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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 17, 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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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By Sam MrGarvey
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After a short spell of farming here In Bradford County, th*

writer has decided that SEI.IJNU! his crops Is one of a farmer's Corn Season Lura's DaughterinLawJoins Big Crowd Sees Governor Dedicate

most difficult problems. For example, when a man raises snap

beans and then can get only $1.15 a hamper for them mmie- Name Competition

thing J8| urong somewhere. But for the purpose of discussion, Sets New HighIn
t New Baseball And Athletic Field
I here's a review of his experiences.He Perhaps some readers have wondered Whatever you title her column

, bought a 50-acre farm near Lawtey about three months HereOne why the Telegraph has not I I hope It will pay her tribute nSI I II

ago, convinced that that section offered the best possibilities, Receipts yet announced the selection! of a : think she'a a very woriierful nnJ

compared to otht'r sections of Florida. The land was fertile, new name for Mrs. Lura Mohr'i remarkable person. I I' F Between six and seven hundred

neighbors assured him that It ,was a 'good farm, and with a of the best corn season "Clay Hill" column, or at \least, P Yours truly. 1 fans, believed to be the largest
State decision to let the name stay nIs. /> Mrs. Albert F. Price Jr crowd ever to witness a baseball
Farmers
Market only seven miles away, and the City of ever experienced in Bradford '
:(: J Jacksonville 35 miles distant, good markets for farm products County drew to a close this week MldUletown Ind. game In Starke, crowded the

: seemed guaranteed. after a hectic four weeks' harvest Well the reason for this deloj' bleachers Thursday night of last"week

; tha start he sold mustard and to : that is believed to have broughtgrowers Is the fart. that every time we Indicating how the readers: of to see the newly rebuilt
At turnips, cabbage a the Clay Hill section 'afll\ about. ,
Bradford Park
I think we have reached a derision dedicated by Governor
retail store In Starke. That was a small Income, but It did at least 75000. the proposed change In name
In the matter another one of MrsMohr's \ Fuller Warren.
total
help pay the grocery bill. However, the writer soon learned : Accurate figures on the :Mrs. Mohr hits received the following
movement from the county friends sends In a new Only disappointment of the
I that a store manager has many farm customers, and It became : corn haveto letter from Mrs. Ivic; Nor
are unavailable since In additionto batch of suggestions and we evening was the 10-6 score by
.
apparent that such competition soon drove prices down to a : man of Highland: i
the bulk of the crop which was start all over again. Although which Green Cove dealt Starke its
point where no one, not even the farmer supplying the store t tJ "Dear I.ura: I
handled at the State Farmers the contest was announced eI eighth loss of the current season,

J could make any money. And, of course, retail stores Indivldua- Market loadings were also made I I month or so ago answers are still' "I never did meet you while\ you | J leaving the Lions still at the bottom

ally, use relatively small quantities of produce. from the Brooker platform and an coming in and we have decided to were here. but heard lots of folk i of the heap in the North Flor-

I His first crop was Red Bliss potatoes, and he took them into the field. and some corn was car ,wait until everyone who wants to talk about how much they liked | Idii League.

the Jacksonville Market at two o'clock In the morning. The rled to Jacksonville and other surrounding make a suggestion has a chanceto you and I Jiuvj always t'nl".V'lt"e .1e3' Governor Warren, who carried

.1 potatoes were vt'ryearly, they were good, and he sold them to markets. do so. Therefore we are not riuy Hill column and al.\ay< rend .me.eI f Bradford County In both the first

. a chain store buyer at a fair price. Now It seemed that tho After a brief flurry of "40c adozen" /taking. any promises as to when It first of all. I wouM' '" II'O! to moo r and second primaries, apologizedfor
Ilf ) will be (the name remain CI&y Hill foi. C l"' .
ot the new name ( an
at the beginning any
sell at the Jacksonville very his 20-minute
answer to the selling problem was simple late arrival stating
settled downto nounced. that In how It began, and I Ia' it end
the
Market. the season price that the recent Legislaturehad

This rosy hope, however, was dispelled later when he sold 2Sc a dozen and held steady at A very Interesting letter came III that) well way" for no name wouM suit & left him so many new lawsto
that figure throughout the remainder In this week from Mrs. Mohr', tll
read and digest that he foundIt
his beans at the same place.. His "first picking" beans
snap Carter of Law
of the season. daughter-in-law, and we believe.It Mrs. Lela Mae difficult to break
t\ very away
- brought $2.00 a hamper. Arguing for a higher price, he was Activity at the market I Is will be of Interest to all followers. ley also wrltns. : "I think llu namo' t xm mmn m & from his duties. He left Immediately -

told, "I can buy all the snap beans I want at $1.33 so take it dwindling rapidly, although some of the Clay 11111 column: should stay 'Clay 11111' We all after his speech, attributing
leave JU"!" New at the business, and needed badly back at VMON TIIK, DIGNITARIES: attending the d'dll'allon of Bradford
or butterbeans, pepper, peas and Dear Sirs: !lov. Mrs. M >h.so mua.i. his early departure to
pressing
the farm to tend his corn among other things he took it. But Fordhooks are still being snippet Mrs. Lura Mohr, mother- i-lrs.' May Dlklns.. B .* 137 San. I'ark athletltt Held. Thursiiaynlght
he learned a lesson. A farmer had to be an expert at SELL- The last 10 crates of strawberries in-law, has asked me my to submit fc '.1, Fla., sa- J: "Perh'I after ill State !Si-nator (.t" rlt'y R.': John. nov.'mor i Fuller Marrent, Ki
ING, or all his labor and money Invested, would be dissipated bya ,were brought to the market some titles for her Clay Hill\ column tlicfce years 'it III just iis well to and State KOMI! .I..rlu..n&| ( ...lnl1ltn, Alfred A. McKethan. was State present Road Department

pleased and whose on June bringing to a close the leive the heading as Is, though arose --
buyer who could afford to buy or not as he In your paper and I am listing ; 'Chairman Alfred A. McKethan,

efforts were not needed urgently elsewhere at that time. Buy. longest season on record. Duringthe them In the order of my preference by" any name would smell assweet. Glenn Conner |I whose cooperation made possible
six months' shipping period .
ers can wait, let a grower "sweat it out", for the grower Is on : Rites Wednesday 1 the fllllng-ln of the huge BHS
that began last December a total Mrs. J. S. Austin, Lawtey, Fla.. Picked To Attend
a hot griddle. He 'had to pick the snap beans for example be. 1. Return to Story Book Land | athletic field. In his brief talk
of 27,393 crates of berries passed thinks "It Is nice! to have a new
cause they were ready, and having picked them, and taken them : through the market..with returnsto 2. Across the Miles name but not to rob the Clay Hill Annual Boys StateGlenn Chairman IIfcl<:ethan expressed..

to market, he's stuck. He can't put them back on the vines. : growers estimated at $241,867.. 3. Memoirs and Today people of their news column." For A. 0. Andreu himself as gratified by the splendId -

Of course at the Jacksonville Market he can sell a few t 80. 4. Sojourn In Memoirs She suggests: Bits of Sunshine or Conner, BUS graduateand athletic facilities now avail


hampers at a time to peddlers stores consumers etc., but can : Figured in pints, this would bea My reason for No. 1 Is that each Lura's Sunbeams and Clay Hill /son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon able here.Senator.
week I read her column t recall A. Oscar Andreu 60 lifelong Conner, Route :2.i Starke, has been Charley E. Johns served
? It as
he afford to stay there eight. ten, twelve hours or longer; : total of 093,348 pints, and the News.
her letter.- of her resident and former Sheriff of /selected by American Legion Post as master of ceremonies for the
so vividly : Halle 1350 Lotkwoo.l Road
seems that there should be a better way to sell farm produce. t average price per pint throughout Jack ,
The writer's next picking of beans were also taken into t the season was 24 1-3 cents. school-teaching days, her daily Balclmore.lS. Md., ruggnsts/ t h" Bradford County died Monday at SI to represent Bradford CountyIn dedication program, and also Introduced
Berry volume and receipts this walk to and from school her dascrlptlon catchy title of "Lura' Linen" and his Hummer cottage on BedfordLake the annual Boys State to be Rep. J. P. Roberts and a
the Bradford
lived'
Jacksonville\ Market even though he near following a heart attack. He held In Tallahassee June 20-25.
of the house she lived In Hill column number of visiting Legislators.
year are more than double last adds: "I enjoy the Clay
County Market, and even passed by there several times a day. had been In 111 health for some
season's figures when 13.008 with Daisy Lang. built upon poles every week and lock forwardto Florida Boys State Is sponsoredby Starke played Green Cove on
That market, he had been told, was all right to sell strawberries crates were shipped for an estl. off the ground the turnip greens (he Telegraph\ as I always have. time. the Florida Legion to "educate I equal footing through the sixth Inning .

but nothing else. So, he went again to Jacksonville, had mated return of 10211280. etc. One thing that stands out in It really means a lot to a fellow: Sheriff Andreu was born on our youth In the duties privileges I when the score was 6In

his load of beans rejected by the chain store buyer, and finally my mind Is the way she described a long way from home." December 23' 1870 at New River, rights, and responsibilities of favor of the visitors. The seventh

"unloaded" them on a trucker at $1.15 a hamper. Maybe the Protested Softball the green beans being planted And so the Telegraph hopes that the son of the late George and American citizenship." Young spoiled\ disaster for the local lads,

beans weren't worth more than that, you may think. No, It the sandy ground with a little fertilizer our readers will be patient whilewe Dora McKlnney: Andreu. He had Conner will be one of 300 youths however, when three hits, an error -

wasn't that: the beans were all right, but the market was flooded Game Will Be and how quickly they !grew, carefully weigh the many suggestions spent bin entire life In Starke and selected from all parts of the and a couple of wild pitches

and no one could get a decent price. The writer knew that Played Tonight while up here we have finn rich' before making a final ,de. vicinity with the exception o( five State to participate In this annual allowed Green Cove to come thru

when he had them picked but what else could he profitably do? noil,' but we do a lot of hard work cision. We are frank to admit years' residence In Stuart. event. with S runs. Starke continued to

Now don't get the Idea that the writer Is a "cry-baby". Ha Biggs and Baker swamped Rob and coaxing for beans to grow. that this U one contest that caughtus /\ He served as Sheriff of Bradford The BUS senior was chosen/ by wilt as Green Cove piled up 3

wanted to get into farming likes it, and can take hard knocks bins 30-4 last Friday night In the My mother-in-law Is one of the off guard as we did not antic County for 12 1-2 years and was the local Post from a list of certified more In the 8th and 3 In the 9th.

else Bat darned fool Ukea to take punish- only game rf the City Softball weetest and most generous (both ipate the unprecedented response a popular and respected official\ boys compiled by the high Starke scored! only once In the last
with anyone only a League to go on the records. The r-aterlally and spiritually persons that has come from far and wide Due to falling health ha did not school faculty He and the other I I four Innings.

ment. Saturday night games were raIn. I know. She has a way of We are highly pleased, however, as offer for re-election In 1948. boys will elect! their own state, Godwin pitched, 8 Innings for
Includ.
At last, after talking the problem over with others, cd out, and the second half of lo rl. Mdjustlng herself. to adverse .cjr-: the heavy volume of suggestions/ lie WIa lifelong member of county, and municipal officials,I i Starke and was' .relieved In. the
4 ing County Agent Tom McClane ha took eight hampers of snap day's doubleheader in which Coca ('urn stances and getting so much l I. Indicative of the great Interest the. Starke Baptist Church and 'from governor* down. They will Oth by Smith. *

beans to the Bradford County Market got a receipt and left Cola was leading National Guard Rood and enjoyment from so little, that readers are taking In Mrs. served as a trustee( of the churchfor also frame, present and pass their Krokroskln for Green Cove '

them, there to be sold. Three days later, he picked them up and by a slim margin of 9-8 at the and living her life to ih! fullest. Mohr's column. more than ten years. own laws and ordinances which I struck out 12, and allowed 8 hits.

took them back home unsold. But that had been hardly a fair .nil of 5 2-3 Innings, was left ui. When I read her column, nor very If anyone else has a suggestion Surviving are his wife, Mrs will he enforced. by their own James Hobbs
Manager announced -
test, as the beans were NOT good a fact proved when the hogs finished because of a protested da soul! seems to flow right with It. to make please get It In as soon Edith Swindle Andreu and one sheriffs and police. officers. They

refused to eat them. l.tlon. We feel she's right beside us. I as possible, as we do hope to an. daughter, Mrs. L. F. Dlnklns will perform the function of I that probably two night games

While visiting the Bradford Market, however, the writer The protest of an umpire's deIslon wonder If her friends in Clay Hill\ nounce the result of this contestIn fiturke: one brother, Orvld! An. Judges and attorneys In their own a week will be played here during _

discussed his sweet corn crop with the market manager, and on a time out period was ,I feel the same way? the near future. tlreu. Miami; and one half sister, courts. the remainder of the season.

learned that preparations were being made to get a corn buyerIn made by National Guard and was Mrs. Alice Padgett Jacksonville. The local Legion Post Is paying League games will be played on
upheld at a meeting of City I
to handle the corn crop. This was something which promiseda League officials Monday night Funeral SundayFor Bradford Reaches I' Funeral services were held In. I the $25!) expense for Its quota of Thursday nights with non-league
the First Baptist Church Wednesday one boy.
better deal. The buyer :would pay all the same price, would ThIs' game will be completed Fri. T. C. EdwardsTheodore 44.8 PercentOf afternoon at 2 o'clock' with games on Tuesday nights. It Is

take a large volume, and there would not be any frantic scur. day night in addition to the reg. probable that a game will bo
Rev. I I. D. talnos officiating. Interment Dr. Frank Goodwin
rying around looking for someone to buy. ular double-header. Carl Edwards 48 a Bond Quota was In Crosby LnkCemetery played neat Tuesday night although .

In actual practice, this method of selling worked out pretty Jerome Frick, pitching forSigga resident of Lawtey for the past According to the fifth report. under the direction of Speaker At RotaryDr. one has. not yet been definitely .

well. The buyer Inspected the load of corn, complained of worms and Baker, allowed only 4 1 19 years, died Friday afternoon DeWitt C. Jones. scheduled. Hobbs said.NrtTI .

(later tests showed about 40-50 percent worm-free), but boughtIt tits, and struck out 10 batters. while on the way to a Starke hos. from state headquarters, Bradford Active pnll bearers WITS, J. R Frank Goodwin, profesxor '

at 25c a dozen. During the week this procedure was repeated George Flynn, Jr., pitched v for pital after suffering a heart at. worth Countlans of US have Savings bought Bonds$12.002 durIng I Kelly: Chan. Darby T. 1 K:, Me- nf economics at tho University of I' .: ;!:'M tKrrurn
Robblns. Morldit told members of the tlo-
,
times until the was sold. Aside from Interminablewaits I tack. Clane, Jr./ W. U Munily Guy
many crop the current Drive,
Tonight (Friday) Coca.Cola will Opportunity Lury Club here Wednesday. that "'I' U'.IUn" '
have been avoidedor I Mr. Edwards was born In Starkeon Halo, Freeman Register Jr., S. A.
which it might .
to get unloaded ( seems play>l Alvarez and Robbins will representing 418 percent of thocounty' people generally\ would be a lothnppler .." All 51 II PO.HII. .5
decreased). this certainly was the best system for selling so meet Hercules Powder Co. August 27, 1901, the son ofLula 120,000 quota. VVeldim, and T. B. Harding. If the search ... I.? 1\ I t I ,0.I'hns
Dyal Edwards and the late Honorary pall bearers wore they gave up It 1\\ I II I I ,0
far tried. In talks with the market manager, the! writer learned Saturday night National Guard The State of Florida has now for non-existent rules and formulas lIrvint, ::11. a a t aH'arIroii

that a .which comes first the chicken or the egg" situation will play Alvarez and Biggs and Lacy R. Edwards. He was a life- reached 63.9 percent of Its 12. trustees of the Baptist Church In an effort to solve all the K... .. nh t 0 II 0 II II
long member of the Baptist and courthouse officials. r' 1\\ a a 0
existed. More buyers would not come to the market, until more Baker'will pair off with Hercules 180.000 quota. problems of mankind' and discover 'iIisIi.p'. I 110. 1\\ 0 I I II 1 0
Church and a member of the W B. chairmanof ()...Iwii,. II.. 0 1\\ 0 I N I
Sewell county
and would not In last week's it was stat- that It's the little in life
growers brought their produce there, growers go paper W.O.W. i things (..iiino. 210 4 I II 3 C
there because there were few buyers. Furthermore, he discovered ed that Coca-Cola defeated Na. the drive urges everyone to Junior Baseball that count the mo t. II........,". .s 4 I n n I 3
Besides. his mother Mr. Edwards ''O..lwl", J. 1) 0 (0 I 0 114iIIh.
buy all the bonds possible before p
lonal Guard 7-0. This stated that there Is
was an The
that the market officials prefer growers to come In before Starts WednesdayThe speaker I I' 0 0 0 0 '1'li,5mb
.
la survived his wife Mrs.Leona
,
error, as the team defeated wan by the deadline, June 30 In order very little that we, as Individuals IItI ii N :IT U
picking and let them try to "line up" buyers.As Edwards three daughters,
; that the reach its
Hercules Instead of National county may Junior Baseball Team sponsored can do about the international (;..... ,...... ....In..
know what
a newcomer, the writer could not possibly Mrs. L. L. Wainwright; of Gaines quota.
Guard. by the American Legion will situation, economic cycles, etc. so line-mp A Ii ,I ii I''' ..5M'furitiI
if anything, Is wrong with the Bradford County Market. lie ville Mrs. B. W. Tucker of Fern- make Its Initial bow next Wednesday we should. not waste our time and : ... eN 4 4 II 3 LI'itrcie

can, however give his reactions to It. after trying many other Girl Scouts Lose andina, and Miss Beatrice Pu Ed- ,' Sheriff Captures afternoon when It meets energy .seeking to solve them. "If Tia.k.r, 310,,'s S t u 0 3 I 0 0 0 1

avenues of selling.It wards of Philadelphia, ; one !i lljcclrnny Juniors at 3:30:: o'clockIn you will take care of the little 1'i'II.. ., "a a III U
the State Mar. To Junior ClubThe son, Carl T. Edwards of Lawtey: Another StillA the xr'kr..kia. p e I 3 0 4
there I influence
to him that selling through that can
seems Mrs. Wnsrlln, Bradford Park A return game things' you luh'hlnor.. 'Ii" 4 3 3 1 0
keting Officials Is Infinitely better than trying to hit the jack. Girl Scouts played their three sisters Riley will be played,I: with Mucclenny big Issues will usually take care ('rabtr.'e. iii 1\ 3 I. a 3
Mrs. Ray Bell and Mrs. Jack ":d- search last Friday for some I'"rrl.h., "t Ii 3 t II
pot at.Jacksonville\ .where prices fluctuate widely even In a 21. first' night softball game Monday wards, all of Starke and two (lost cows led Sheriff I>. D. Reddish j I there on Wednesday June 20. of themselves, Dr. Goodwin said ('i.e. if 3 t 1 I 1ii'isr
hour Here are his reasons: 1 Bradford County Market night and suffered their first loss : It 3 a I 0 01iie
( I
period. brothers, Leo Edwards of Fern- to the discovery of a 200-gal- ,. I If I. I I II
Is closer appreciably, 2 It Is HIS market and officials to the Junior' Woman's Club with andina and Harry Edwards, Culla- Ion moonshine still In a secluded I .1.01.,,. ii ID It 2; 5

there aid him In selling. 3 There is an opportunity to PLAN a score of 4 to 18. It Is believed' han, spot along a branch In buck of Daniels Revival Will Enter Final Week ": .i'i'i", Kr..>.kmMn' HatchIIIKN. .
that the Scouts were under a dls- I i Mlt H. "Maluito' I I MaiiHon I, J.
based on fact, then Is there not Dyal Cemetery In the western end
ahead. If these reasons are Funeral services were held 1 In With Outstanding Series Of Special Events lloilwln.Kr I .
advantage with five regular play .... ....
eliminate of the haphazards of selling farm of the cnuntv.. ''' U..r. nwll. PS. t
the chance to some Church Sun. -- ---- -- -- "
ers absent and playing for the the Lawtey Baptist, The Sheriff arrested W. Tf Reddish I ';kn,;>.klit' I I.: HutcliliiH i ; ;i; ::1.I --'r.-' ';' >
produce? On the one hand, you grow a crop pick when you think day afternoon at 3 o'clock with Crowd continue to overflow sure cure for divorce anti a guaranteed :fiirrlxh, ::3. ('". I I. UMIUIT' 2. MI>|.M
the time Is right. take It all the way into Jacksonville, and hope first time on a lighted'field. A Rev. O. V. Lee officiating. Interment of Union County In connection '! -I the tent revival being conductedby recipe fur perpetuatingthe I. lilies 1. Hryunt. .2, )Kwttn1; 2. KolitnoXtiilHii .
return with the Junior I I
to get a price for It. On the other, you work with VOUIl mar game was In the family lot In with the operation of the the B .1. Daniels revival partyon honeymnon. Although the II.....ii :..'.(...norlln. Hutch.Inic .-
Women will be scheduled at an Santa Fe Cemetery with D..VVitt till, and three others, believed to the high school groundx. U ,- message Is for young people of 'I.I I'riihlri. ***, I'urrlnh.
ket and save time, and feel less like a push-cart peddler ; '
expense early': date. have been annoclutml. with Reddish I MnrririvvB: l.anitlin. ( 05. l.rtt
C. Jones In charge of arrange cause the rains have made It difficult marriageable age, and for married ,. Htark'
fruit. Perhaps the on l I.fi flrcffi) Cove 10 10.
trying to get someone to buy over-age The Troop held its regular meeting ments. have not yet been appre. to care for thu overflow people, all ages are Invited. A "||"..*. on hiillM, 1 K rnkruwkla, 4...
writer Is guilty of over-simplification but that 1s the way It Wednesday afternoon and hended. Reddish, was later released film will be shown. DIM!IVIn 9. Hrnllll. I I. "'Hlrtk nlllKmkroNklit .:
crowds, extra seats have been gospel II (....''wln 7. Hnillh, I.
seems to him, and he merely presents his views as a point otIntere.t. many summer activities were under $200 bond. placed Inside< of the tent increasing -I Another feature service will beheld Him ..KrokruHkltt. .,. H, I Oodwln .14.
planned' During the vacation Pvt. Tommy Hicks Sheriff Reddish took 33' gallons night when all Xrnlth, 3. Hit by pll' ('her IVyitnt
aroun,1121JO. on Monday
the seating capacity to I hv KrukrtiNkliu. Wlhl pit*'hKr ..:
Certainly, as a farmer there are enough challenging problems months the Junior and Senior Stationed In JapanPvt. of Illicit whiskey! and also The tent grounds have been of the, Church members In this ..kr..Hklt I, llmlwln a. Hnillh 1 I.
groups will have their meetings confiscated 1 1-2 ton Dodge I "I'lixnixl.. ball: U. Mnilwln 1. Tlm l
which the writer gladly enlists the help of trained. qualified a drained so as to prevent water area are asked to be present. Aroll 2:43.:
officials. When he wanted to check on his water supply he did together, but will have separate Tommy V. Hicks, son of truck and 1916 Font sedan, used from seeping Into the tent during ,' check will be made of the

not net his own laboratory to test the water. No, Indeed.: programs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon 9. Hicks of by the shiners In their operation.The rains. members of the churches sponsoring Funeral TuesdayFor
up made the tests because they were Quite a conversation went on Route One, Starke, recently became vehicles will be sold at auction Dr. Ditnlrls. has announced that the meeting. Dr. Daniels
The State Health Department among the girls concerning which a member of Heavy MortarCo. and, under a new Florida the best in music films andmessages will deliver what Is known as his Mrs. ThrowerMrs.
trained to do that work. Needing help on a problem with a boy each is going to Invite to the ., 31st In?. Regt. of the 7th law, the money will go Into the I very will be featured during' "Siipor-duper Surprise Sermon""
the writer did not in fact could not spend the time Square Dance. It's a matter ofwho ; Kffie, Thrower 76. a nativeof
dairy cow, Inf. Dlv. at Camp Crawford. Sap- county fund instead of to the, the closing week "f the revival. Those who have heard It say It Is
learning all about dairy cows. He went to the County Agent gets there first between two port, Japan. H. was previously State. He/ has announcnJ' the following unlike anything they have ever Starke died Saturday at her
hogs presented many vexing members of the Troop. home In Jacksonville after a
and got the desired help. Raising stationed with George Trp. 7th special services: heard.

questions; the help here was a fine booklet Issued" by the State Patsy Kucera gave a demon. Cav. R<-gt. In Tokyo. )Friday ((17)) will\ be YOUTH On Tuesday night of next week lengthy Illness. She had lived In

delivered free of charge. And so It goes all along the line. Cana ration of artificial respirationat Pvt. Hicks entered the Army NIGHT. A double feature pro- the visiting evangelist will speakon Jacksonville for the past 30 years.

farmer be an "expert" In all the things h 'should be an "ex the Wednesday meeting. She July 27, 1948 and upon completion gram has been planned. A color "Startling Things I Heard and Funeral services were held

pert" In? And especially in selling, which the writer knows la working on her swimming ot his Basic at Fort Jackson, film on "Mother and Home" 'Vlll Saw While Visiting the Negro Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock In

entirely different qualities than other activi badge. S. C., he sailed from Fort Lawton, be shown. It lasts for BO min Who Claims to be God" He has the chapel of Key-McCabe Funeral
personally requires Lucille McRae and Mary Sue Home with Rev. Sam I. Smith of-
Is It for example, that a business concern hires a Wash., on Nov. 16, 1918 on ordersto utes. Rev. Daniels will deliver a Interviewed the so-called. 'FatherDivine" -
.
ties. Why Epperson, Scribes. ficiating. She was a member of
manager Not because they want to. because often the Japan. brief dramatized message on, "In a Negro who claims to
sales the Starke Christian Church.
of the Before he entered the service Love With and Married to the have fifty million people who worship -
than the president company.
sales manager earns more art in Itself.. Sullivan Party ot the Army, Hicks attended the Births as announced by Shadyrrest Wrong Sweetheart". It Is said him as Christ returned to Survivors Include her husband,
No. it Is because selling Is an A, Thrower. Jacksonville\ ;
Ralnsville and Starke High to hold both adults and young people earth, to perform miracles even Osgood
Probably, all other things even any farmer In Bradford Mrs. Percy Sullivan entertainedat Schools. He took part In all Mr.Hospital and Mrs.: Frank Thomas spellbound. It Is so "wldn awake" to raising the dead. four daughters, Mrs. Florence
could learn to become a salesman. But If he did. what a birthday party Friday afternoon Newsoma and Mrs. Fannie Moon,
County ports. After he /gets out of the elsey of Theressa, a son, Frank that a $2O bill Is offered One of the outstanding services
to his farm in the meanwhile ? The same thing of last week for her son, Jacksonville; Mrs. Ina Pearl
would happen Army, he plans to go back tohis Thomas Kelsey Jr.. born June 9. the young person who sleeps thru announced for the closing week Is
that would happen if he decided to become an expert on pasture Percy Jr.. who was celebrating old Mel- the sermon. Vames Jacksonville Beach; and
job. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Z.
at Gaines his sixth", anniversary. to be held Thursday night ((23)), !Mrs.\ Mardle Lane Brycevllle: six
the available help over On Saturday night the Evangelist -
soils. Instead of relying on son of Starke, a sen, Robert Calvin
: : The refreshment table seC up In will bring his famous lectureon when Dr. Daniels will speak on, sons James K., Morris W. W,
born June 9.
ville. the yard was overlaid with a lace New Barber ShopRoy and G. H. Thrower, alt of Jacksonville
"HOW TO .BE HAPPILYMARRIED" "The of Bible Proph.
This writer may possibly be wrong but he I I. going to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Heriey of Superman
cloth and carried out the and Col. Earl C. Thrower
pink
the problem of .srlllng his produce la the hand* cf .. green color motif in the table appointments. L. Morgan, popular local itarke. a son, Dwight Oliver, born He has written two ecy". In this message he promisesto \Fort Smith, Ark., and Li. Col. M.

ficial at Bradford County Market. That la what they are P..I barber, has opened a new shop onUS May 30. books on marriage problems. His prove that the great supermanIs C. Thrower. Guam; a sister Mrs.S. .
bias. revolutionized, the in the world today, and
301, north of the city limits. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zack Anders message living
for. The eleven little guests enjoyed S. Paul. Miami; 39 grandchildren \
H. advertises "free parking of Starke a daughter, Lon- married lives of thousands of will one day be dictator over the
games in the yard during the aft and 12 great crandchUdrea.9 .
S sss-sstr S J rrrrrSS tS Iris SSSSS a SrSS r rrs ernoon. pace" out of the meter zone. j nla Yvonne. couples. He promises to give a earth.



JUNE 17.
TAGB" !: TWO __ __ ___ __ BRADFORD CWUNTY TKLEOnAr. STARK. FLORIDA 1949
u
----=-

.' As Clerk of .cU <.otirt
o hot fore ordered next four weekly issues
\ set cooking utensils to appear In said causeon !In Haven Crosby, D. C.

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Hill 1 VEGETABLE: HALAtt: Try this I Pine Level] AD or Ut9.before otherwise the llth the day allcKatloimat of July, Witness my hand Florida and, this Otl'IClalUY May! J nh n J. Hen-lemon.. Esq. Saint
at Starke
Clay on those hot days. I pkg of lem- said f'etlllonvr. will be taken asConfessed. 24 aeal'19 t-f. Augustine l-MorliJi.,

1870.. E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNCR-EDITOf I on jello. 1 1-2 cups boiling water. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas, I I Ally for Plf. Br 4i /.,irIII
.
Bjr I.urs Buru'esn MohrPonca Mr IL M. MrRae It la further ordered that this .
1.. cup lemon juice 1-2 tsp. salt, By order IF -
ubllhed once each week
ITnWlthed Every Friday aiijiiy and Entered M Second Nebr. 1 shredded 1.2 for four consecutive week In the
cup raw cabbage
('laM Matter.& the PoM l jSvW Office at Stajrfce Fla. I I11..ln tlradfonl County Telegraph, a n.w.- Men's Clothing D IIDon't
A cup shredded raw carrot. 1 chopped paper of general circulation nullillhud -
We had good attendance at In III 11111 I ALVAREZ'STORE I
red and one green pepper.Dissolve Hrailfnrd County, FloridaDated Establlshe-i i 1891
\\ I meditate what makeshome I
church and Sunday School last at Clarke, Florida, thin MEMBER B'ml 1949: : and clean away. I know too Jello In boiling water. with four members day of June 19.9.
I Ai salt. and lemon juice. Chill Sunday add- (OflUlal Heal A J Thnma"
!
that I Power that ruleethru :
wend a Clerk : Court; Ilradfurd
roll for Preach i>f Circuit
ed to the
baptism. ,
.bet'rlptJoa '2JO Annually JjB 3& ,I.%(G For Six Months love and la,. slightly. Into this fold cabbage, County Florida'
carrots and peppers Pour Into ing was by Rev. Olson Hodges of 6110/t7t. liy Haven Crosby DC.In Let Summer Static

Love Is the essence love Its Inmost molds and chill. I serve with sal- Jacksonville. We are glad to
EC'ONOYIS'e know that our pastor Rev. W. E, Irrnlt, four). Klaklk Judicialtlremt. '
LEGISLATORS: SPEAK OUT tOK heart ad dressing.And .
!. sad for Hr. In a statement issued in Tampa last week Perry E. Murray, The pulse forever beating In Its Hall. Is feeling much better. ly, fr l..rl. .la. In (10.......>, Your
there shall be laughter and ;MyraehNter. INTERFERE With
Speaker of tho House of Representatives said that It 'Is the opinion of veins singing Mrs. R. E. Taylor and little W. Webfter, defendant Plaintiff DtvoKe VM Earl:

many, both in and out of the Legislature, that 'if all waste and extravagance But many things have their own daughter Charlene of Jackson The Hint of Florida to: Karl V'\'.
vital part And a time for love and for ville spent part of last week with. Webster, Itealdeni. 'e unknown. It la

were eliminated* there would be sufficient funds from In the making of a home: clear mirth, her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M. (hereby quire: to ordered appear that on the you llth ai. day ra- RADIO ENJOYMENT !
present taxes to carry on all essential functions of Government. window panes While the small, clenched fist of McRae. of July A l I. 1944 before the above
"Undoubtedly," Speaker Murray added, "all waste and extravagance the crocus I entitled Court to answer to the
That let the sunlight In, the Mrs. Sue Myrick returned last Hill of Complaint for lvoree, and
should be eliminated, and I am sure that the majority of the I Hstnra------ that close Thrusts its green way through the Saturday after spending several adoption of Minor, c'hlld. filed. a-I
waste and wherever it earth. garnet you In the above fetylml 1 cause. ASK for
desire to eliminate extravagance
Legislator Against the wind and rain yet weeks with relatives and friendsin and the. Hradford Bounty Telegraph F.M.Demonstration
Is found. wide la Hereby designated aif the
open Alabama. "WM-
Junetlme I.! here.Ve shall paper In which 'this Order shall I a FREE
several other Legislators have given voice to opinions in the genera Like hands held out to ; a' apubllHhed
? eager have laughter and singing. My Miss Shirley McRae spent last. uiiLe week for four con*
] tone of Speaker Murray'e. Rep. D. Graham Copeland of Collier welcome those sister is coming. We will talk week in Tallahassee where she attended I aeputlve Wltne ueeka. Ih'lo

county has stated that a special session of the Florida Legislature la Who bring good cheer and com- and t at and have a grand time the 4-H Club short course. Court at Starke my hand. Btadford and Seat County of ,' CHAS. C. SHEPHERDAT

"absolutely unnecessary; it would cost the people an extra $200,000 radeship Inside. Think of us and I shall be thinkIng The girls enjoyed the trip very .19t9.Florida this >Dth> day ut June A.U.

which they cannot afford, he said, and addeu that present taxes are A"lamp, a fire, a table, chair and of all my dear friends out much. ClerkOof( l the Seal. ) A. Jrhomnx, GAY'S SERVICE STATION, Madison & Court Sts.

sufficient. to provide all needed state services. "It is up to the state bed there who read this. God bless A. D. McRae Uncle Duncan IydHavent Circuit'I"rl<'... Court IJrad-

budget commission to trim expenditures< to match Income,'' Rep Cope- Wherever these dear household you all. Love Lure.Hampton I as he Is widely known of 3-10 41 1.1Nslire l'ro.. I>. C. PHONE 10 -

treasures be Tampa Is visiting relatives In and
4.11.U U1111KS. I .. -
summed the situation around Starke. He is spendingthis \vrllratloa tar Ta, Deed.
Rep. Dewey Allen jot Levy County up There Is home where one can llou.e mil No. 188i) .
wben he said: "I believe the average taxpayer is willing to finance his break bread week with Mr. and Mrs. H. Notice la hereby given that A

State Government and to the point that it will be progressive, but And rest secure beneath his own M McRae. Z following Adklna,certificates Jr., the holder has died of Maid the R.B.ALVAREZ&SONo TRANSFER COD

roof tree. Mrs. Robert Myrick and daughter cert meat.. for a tax deed to be INBIJ.ed STORAGE
first he neeus to be assured that. his tax money la being spent wisely. By Bin. M. C. Sweeney thereon The .
""There was a feeling In the Houae that due to the national Income Thy blessings on all home, Lord . Kathy. visited Mrs. L. II. yeara of issuance certldcata, the description numbers &
God I pray. Hayes In Gainesville last Friday of the property, a.nd the namea In
un'pping on ai the rata of about one billion dollars per month The world has -desperate needof This community learned with afternoon.Mr. Iowa which: Certificate It was assessed are .. fol- b We operate local
unould No. 19. Year of
and the biaie s business declining proportionately we" ap- I these to-day. deep regret of the pasting Mon and Mrs. H. M. McRae and Issuance May 31, A. I> 1917 t>exrlntloii -I sit long distanceanywhere
.
venture witu considerable caution, Rep. Allen of their i of 1'roperty E 70 ft of Lot
proach a large taxing -Grace Noll Crowell. day friend and former
Uncle A. D. McRae visited Mr.and t of Blk 27. Original Town of Stark
concluded Sheriff Oscar Andreu of Starke Mrs. E. J. McRae at Waldo Section 2*. Township 1 South lunge In t'.S.
added emphasis In a I washed windows and cleaned who held 13 .:...t. Name In which assessed. J ,
The opinions of these Legislators were given was always In high esteem .
Friday of last week.Sunnybrook. Fred Our. All of said EXCELLENTSTORAGE
this and I worked and
statement by the Florida Taxpayers Association this week which said: morning as and affection In the heartsof property beingIn' the County of

"The Slate can continue to operate even without any special sessions sang I thought of this lovely poem Hampton citizens. He shall be such Bradford certificate stale or of certificates Florida. Unlena.hall I I
sent tome by dear Mrs. J. T. .
greatly missed by those who b. redeemed '
at about the same progressive level as the last two years, according to law the
Quigley of Starke. What a knew him well property described. In such certlllcat 11 FACILITIES
the Legislature commenuably abolished 'continuing appioprkuuoii or certificates. will ba sold to the
because privilege It la to be a woman and The John H. Parker .
GroceryStore highest bidder at the court house
*' and enauied the Cabinet Budget Commission to hold down ex- make a home for her loved fam- changed hands last Friday By Wanda Crosby dour on the firs Monday In month For -

penuituieti: to lit the record $lI>lttUuuuuoo of revenue provided for the Ily. Yes, we get tired and the and Mr. Underwood of Gainesville . ot of July July, 1949.IM( <>. Dated this IK the Si day of DelcherBros.

next two years."Citizens going la rough sometimes becausewe formerly Lexington, Ky., :May !9U.A. ;. See us first!

and taxpayers who are already having to cut down their get so weary. But when the assumed charge of affairs. Mr. Rev. Windell Witte of DeLand Court. J of. Thomas Hradford. Cleric County.of Florida.Circuit .

own personal expenses snould understand that the so-called !State: deficit window panes shine and the curtains Parker left Tuesday for Flint filled his regular appointment at (Official Seal -27 4t 6.17Yotlee

is not a duticlt in actual need but merely a deficit: In what the I are starched and ironed they Mich, for an extended visit with Corinth Church Sunday. Rev. .f Appl/rotten' ; for Taw DeedNolic.l
said. give the rooms a sweet homelike his three children Witte was accompanied by his No -
Association Dennis Parker 186i
would like to have to spend the isshereby .
politicians: smell. Yes I still have the cloth Mrs. sister Miss Laverne Witte. riven that Joe .."... -...-
and Mrs. Dor-
who Opal Smith
The Taxpayers' group maintains that the howls of alarmists OrirriM. the holder of the following I
curtains in my bath and kitchen.I othy Lee. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and certificates has filed. said certificate
ay that the schools and hospitals will have to close unless a general The plastic are nice but I like daughter Jo for a. tax deed. to be issued thereon From where I sit. Joe Marsh
Beverly were shop b'y
..
not true. "The public schools, ,which The Youth for Christ dismissed. The certificate numbers. and year
aies. taxi. passed are simply to wash and starch them, so when with their ping In Jacksonville Saturday. of Issuance, the description of the
received J80,000,000 in the current biennium will get even more InState Ironed they look old-fashioned and regular Saturday even- Mrs. Harry Broadway and property, and the names In which
Ing services and attended the E. It was assessed follows;
are aa : Cartiflcate -
of from $10 to
and. In addition may receive an Increase homey. I went In the attic r
funds up J. Daniels Revival in and children, Mrs R. E. Mundorff and No 1S3 tear of Issuance
$12 million in new revenue as the results of Increased property tax and got down the old base rocker Starke children Mrs. Nan McClure and June 1. A.I>. 141 eacrlptlon of
saw the religious film "The Missing Properly Ixila 0, 7 of Blk a lake
'assessment,' tne Association said '"therefore, school teachers should that Don's mother used to have.It Christians A large num- John Mundorff all of Stark, were Klna-Kley Flights. In NK-4; of MGt4\ J Dcn't Fence Yourself In
salaries cut. and they should refuse to let themselves Is good yet and I am seriously visiting Mrs Floyd Crosby and Section 38, TownKhlp. mouth Range
not have their ber from Hampton are attending 22 .:a.t. Name In which aaaeaned
tax burdens their fel thinking of making a needlepoint G. M. Bennett last Chaa. H
De used as an excuse for huge, unnecessary on the services there each evening. Tuesday. :IIrll II 1..0. All
embroidery for the back and seat of said property being In the Countyof
low-citizens whose incomes are shrinking Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams Mrs Edmondson and her daughter Bradford, State. of Florida. Un- .
I could Every spring Handy Peterson good Maybe we'd all be
refinish then and It wouldbe reason.
used less such c.rt. or aerta hall be
the and children Mr. redeemed
bill Introduced in the Legislature and family moved on to are visiting
tax Monday
livery! major new according' to law the and Easy Roberts the better off if of them
a thing of beauty. I like to sit pro- patch up some were torn
and Mrs. R. R. .
front' but actually included enormous hand- Dunnellon where Mr. Williams Is Crosby this week. p..ly.rlb..d In such certificate.
.,hook as a 'respectable In it. While ago I sat In It, rock- Howard Brown Is or certificate. will be sold' to the stone wall that separates their down, instead of kept standing.
to City ($17 millions) and County ($32: millions) Governments to ed and employed with the telephone com Improving highest bidder. at the court house
outs churned. I still churn a In the Orlando farms. They walk along lkingFrom where I sit. Handy laid a
without accounting to pany. Mrs. Williams' cousin Mrs. slowly Hospital. door on the first :Monday In monthof
rail salaries and spend for otner purposes roll of butter about every ten Frank Hicks and Mrs Bob and Julv, I9t9! which I.I the 4 day I Easy on one side Handy on the mouthful. Take the "walla of intolerance"
family are occupying Taylor daughterof
days. My eldest sister Is coming of Jut 1141. Dated this 25 day other-picking the fallen stones
any their house at the present Jacksonville and Mrs. H. M. of May: 1949. up that people build up
Instead of condemning the Legislature, as has been done by many vlth her bubby. They may comeon I I time. McRae of Pine Level were visiting A. J. Thomas and putting them back. against each other. I like a tern
Association commends It for protecting the the train so it will be a holiday Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
sources the Taxpayers Mr and Mrs. Gerald Adklns and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crosby last Count.r'lFJ II a. Afterwards, over a friendly perate glass of beer now and then.
people from this "brazen grab". to go meet them. I also went r t daughters, Helen and Louise attended Monday. (( ; > 5-57 4t17 glass of beer. Easy says, "You you may prefer buttermilk-but
to the dentist the. first day 01!
know,wull-mending la a nice neigh that's no reason for me to criticize
the funeral after1 In Clrenlt Court, llradrord Coejntr.Florida .
June. Adventure? Yes. I had Sunday
.M'KLNDTIUUFT FINANCING .st.EMS; ON THE! WAY OUT than nc( noon of Mrs. Adklns stepmother, TO' Klneta%OIIK Todd TO Hughes APPKlIt and [...wl.. In 1 hanrerr.Bert borly custom, but we really don't you or you me. Let' live and Iet
more to the office wher
Not only In.ate"' \ Government, but In National Government, too there was got a great down pour ol{ Mrs. J. VV. Prlester of Macclenny, .H trreNe. lluirhffii.. was Conway whose. net South known c'arolina ad.*, H.T. \Nalllntr\alllnK.. Plaintiff Defendant vs CaaeMo Ktelle *- need that wall. We keep it up just live logethtr-making more friends
forced to become more and 7329 because it. happens to be there." and fetter -
those responsible for spending are being rain and we held our breaths foi r who died the preceding Friday In hereaa It appear In that certain Order at Pnhllratlnej R. <11'i>tlr.. nAppear. "waU..1
more economy conscloull.lIatonan.. may write that some sort of fear the electric current would gr, a Lake City hospital. Wednesday : cattne<5
political awaxerung has happened to the American people In this era off then he could not clean m)f of last week, the Adkins had as Circuit of Florida/ mid for. Retells la: lleaufurt.T. U a South I linn.' whose<'arollna'You residence wall and fences and boundaries cSk1 tfAuIt.

of grace" writes Washington\, correspondent Holmes Alexander The teeth. Best of all he found nc, their guests Mrs. E. L. Kelly and Hradforit Hart County.Jameaalers In Chancerywherein ami i.A i. are required. to appear on keep on separating people for no -

present revolt in Congress against spendthrift financing and govern- cavities. Last Sunday Don and 1 I[ daughter Helen, of New River. for Hie the Ophelia Adoption Waters of., his Itkhnrtl wit., pray(l.re I Jens Court Z7/and, IU cause. In the wherein above plaintiff named'

mental waste has spread like a"loose rumor." went visiting to Coleridge to hli, Jackie Robinson returned Sunday Huarhea.. that the said Hlrhard lee seeks divorce shall PTndford tltli County Order Copyright,1919jllLlfijSlatePrrwersjpwtJuiioa;
on the National brother and wife's home. We hadMuch from a weeks' camping trip "::3h.in.: IN the minor child I of the Telecrnph publish
In the past, one difficulty In the way of economy Hall .. Todd Hughes and Lew I -
on Lake ---
knew how to go about it. No one had ever a nice trip and so much enjoyed near Gold Head !Is H Huvhfi, and that the place ofreiiiriVnce -
front was that no one Branch State Park. The and the Post Office addtei.it .
the nice dinner. This week camp
analytical study of the sprawling central government.That of the said. Flneta. Todd
made a complete Commission we buried a new born baby. J was sponsored by a Sunday School llua-hea and Lewis 8. Hushes, la ahem .
lack has now been made up through the Hoover dressed It ever so carefully and class of Shiloh Baptist Church known to the petitioner, Con NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU T-R-Y

survey This tremendous work has examined every nook and crannyof loved doing It. The tiny caskets I Green Cove Springs. Rev. and I I.way no South pirnnn Carolina or persona, and. In that'IhaHtatertf there

the Government. It. has pointed out hundreds of Instances of are 30 Inches long and of white Mrs. C. R. Robinson and Jackie Florida .the service. of a autnninnfffit
ChancMry whom would hind
waste, duplication and over-lapping, and hat proposed means of eliminating brocade velvet satin lined left Monday< for a two weeks' visitin I the.nald. Elnetu upon Todd 1"d

them. If It U followed, billions can be saved, and Congress .\8017 TMK \\ORI.Di I know Green Cove. Lewis 1.0. Hugh.*. you are there-

seems to be taking It seriously. This District's Representative In such a sweet Spanish young ladyIn latka'and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Hicks of I'a- JII>..-\L'mi. & 1'HliFC'f;
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. '
Congress, Chas. E. Bennett, report tbat he has supported and voted British Honduras, Centrala Kalch Jr. lOVK IIOlTIl:
and small son of Jacksonville -
for the two bills that have been before the House to carry out the America. She Is a schoolteacher.She were Saturday visitors THK ?.KW:

Hoover Report findings Such reports are encouraging as being Indlctlve Is at home now In Belli. She SUNMASTERALL

of the new trend toward economy. says It la very dry there. She here.Mr.. and Mrs. P. W Kelly of SUPER StOBiESYOUR

It doesn't require any deep analysis to see why this attitude is loves the United States and wroteto Miami are visiting Mrs. Kelly's ALUMINUM
congratulate President Trumanon
gaining more adherents every day. The cost of maintaining our his election and received an parentsMr. and Mrs Jim Adkins AWNINGS

growing military establishments, the European Recovery Program answer. this week. FREE: ESTIMATES!

North Atlantic Pact in which we are the dominant member Mrs. Katie Minton left. for & INSTALLATION
the ABOl'T I'SAi My good friend Marysvllle. Tenn., Thursday of MONEY'S WORTH OR
these and other established policies will require tens of billions of YOUR MONEY BACK
Amy Preislg has arrived In Washington last week where she will visit her McCOKD FURNITURE

dollars. Any possible cuts In expenditures even though they may be State to visit her daughter. friend Mrs. J. A. Walker for sev- & NOVELTY SHOPBox THESE: & MANY MORE GROCERY & :MEAT SPECIALS( SEE SAX PAPERS
:ndividually small, have assumed an Increasing Importance. She sent me a card of Mt. Ralner. eral weeks. 243 Starke Fla- .

Although economists generally believe that the current slump lean My son has his new house well Mr. and Mrs Lester Miller

adjustment of an abnormal boom condition, rather than the begin- under way in Indiana. Letter who are staying at the Salvation .. ..

ning of a depression, the fact remains that much of the money baa from a friend Lois Sandbeck in Army Camp on Bedford Lake, Fresh Ground; AllReefHAMBURGER Grade AFRYERS

now been spent and the national Income Ms down from peak. The Alaska and she Is now moving were dinner guests last Thursday

the individual level Is over and It must also come to thc state of Washington. evening of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
spending spree on .\IU>IT FLORID I Mamie Lou Eiland. lb. 29c
governmental level city state and national. lb. 49c
the
end on
Ro.Jn Johns ,writes from Mlddleburg FLOOR "i -

that it Is hot down there. She has .. .
Law have to pay the damages and been swimming. Fler school Is sauulDg i

NeLiabilit Y show ability to pay them for out and she Is sorry. Ruth Pad- Lake GenevaBy '! Sliced (Daisy

For Auto Drivers [other possible, accidents during the gett graduated from High School.

Effective July I tat next 12 months If you can't She Is one of my former pupils Blanche Cunningham Breakfast Bacon lb. 29cGood
show your responsibility you will I am glad. Her sister Minnie. CHEESE lb. - 35c
Florida. lose jour driver's license for a !I. married All are well and hap- .
1. 1849 every ALSO PAINTING
After July have liability year Under the old law, drivers py at the Winton Parrish home at Mrs I. J. Snow and daughter
must
0 automobile owner risk were permitted one "free" accident Lwtey. A dear young mother of Danette of Sarasota have return AND REDECORATING
on his car or
Insurance license but this has been eliminated three who makes a clean happy ed to their home after spendingthe FOR KSTIUITB WRITE Brisket
of his driver's
the loss by the new law. home. God bless her. In Miami past week here with relatives '

under responsibility: terms\ of law a revised passed financial by the The driver must be able to pay Mrs. Cox had beautiful zinnias "Dad" Forsythe accompaniedthem II. l-.O.P. McKELVEY Box 266STARKK. BEEF ROAST lb. 39c STEW lb. 25c

and signed by Governor sl. oo for property damage $ .OOO from the seed I sent her. She hada home also Emma K. For- - -

Legislature Warren. for ueath or Injury to one person, I bouquet in the house. That sythe. Mrs. Snow Is a sister of :. FLA.

automobile I JIO.OOO for death or Injury to makes me happy. Mine are up Ray Forsythe and Mrs. Blanche New Work. Old \\'ork.nd .
If you are at fault In' an ( several, I inches high along the (gar- Cunningham.Mrs. .
accident after July 1 you'll |more than one. site. Ray Forsythe, Mrs Arnold ALL Work GUARANTEED! lb.

(LAY HlLLi Wonderful letter Carlson. Mrs. I. J. Snow Mrs

from Daisy Lang x so enjoy her Blanche Cunningham Danette BackBones 10

letters as I can always imagineI Snow and Emma K. Forsythe .

1 1HUNDf2EDS am back there with her. She spent Tuesday In Jacksonville as
218
PHONE
Maid they had a much needed rain. guests of Mrs F. L. Easterly whoIs

//1 1of There were two graduates from the daughter of Mrs. CUnning. NIALFLORIST Glouchester Golden
COLO Sceptre
Clay Hill. School Is out and commencement ham.Mrs. Tall Can

over. Lorene Fields Elmer Forsythe and Mrs

details: are managed and economically and Hazel O'steen were the grad Chas Forsythe were Gainesville\ CATSUP - lOc SALMON 39c
- -
uates. shoppers
]Miss\ Wood the primary Saturday.
trained ..
attended that only a teacher took her children to the Mrs. H. Ayres has returned

and careful organization can attend beach. Mrs. Gussle Wilkinson home from Miami where she spent Fresh:
helped take them. Daisy enjoyedthe some time with (Mende.E Stilt's
when the urgent need for servingis Revival at Long Branch. Gnann is In Tampa visiting

at hand.DcWITT. Nothing like a good old Baptist his sons. (i) TOMATOES 2 lb. 15cFresh CORNED BEEF Can 39c
Revival. Eh? Soon have the Mrs. Wm. Wagner left Thurs ,

lights at Clay Hill. The poles are day for Shamcokin and Sunbury ,

C. JONESPhone up." Mr. and Mrs Alton Mosley Pa., where she will visit friends -

visited his parents last Friday. and relatives. She expects to be LOWERS Golden RipeBANANAS

7 Stark, Fla. Harry Mosley's baby now weighs away several ,weeks. FOR ALL OCCASIONSDISH
22 lb... so says Lula Mae. Little Mr. and Mrs. Giles Phillips and

Funeral Director Ambulance Service Jessie Edna Carter has bad the measles. Arthur Wilds of Jacksonville are GARDENS Green CABBAGE, lb. 4c 2 lb. 19cFathers'
Manning has been pretty spending the week at their home ,

Our Vocal funeral home enables us to otter convenience and ill of heart ailment. here on Lake Geneva. ,POTTERY

services not otherwise available.We IIELPFUL IIINTMi I have found Friends of T. Seals will be glad
If you cut a tab to take hold of to know he 14 home again after POTTED PLANTS

I" on the paper you cut to cover fryIng spending several weeks In Glendale FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE

furnish the highest type service at lowest pt 4ce.. andaccept meat. It Is easier taken off. I Hospital, Palatka followinga I Day Cakes 79cl"AGI

ANY. life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT just cut around a lid I have several heart attack.T. .

company, as payment In part or In fall oa a funeral. handy. Try rubbing your oilcloth W. Cunningham of the NAft Nona St Stark
Consultation carries ao obligation. with raw potato.- Takes oft Jacksonville\ spent the weekend
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We hope you never do. No one but those who have gone through the terrifying experience of seeing life hang in the balance depending on a pint of the right type

of blood can know the heartache and physical distress that comes at a time like that. All of us think, "It can't happen to me or mine," but no one can know what

the next day or even the next hour may bring. When and if the need arises, think what a comfort it would be to know that you had a deposit of blood in a

nearby bank just waiting for the need of you or your loved ones. It might be the means of saving your life or theirs.



The people of this section of North Florida are indeed ,, ,, I AM JM11' / V{
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ernly equipped Blood Banks in the State. Through its Est

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in the bank and have it ready for any possible emergency tk

yc use in the future. This blood is placed to the credit of the ;; t tt

t % donor and may be used later by him or any friend or .

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on* pint .f blood for the St. BdwairTn. Church Blood Fluid.FatherKantatter friim the red cells. Thin nmrki the beginning! of the proccnxlng -
wan the first to donate for thU. fund of St. Ed- of the |plasma which taken place after th. blood. near Its "'1-
Hard', Church and the church now ha* a number of donation to 1lrlltl..1I date Om. pint of whole. blood.. jlrldn not quite one half I pint
their credit. Anjbody can contribute to this. really charitable fund. ge of pliinum.The .
No charge whatMiever Mill be made! by the North Florida Blood
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A \le\v" of the laboratory where Home of I hit work In. .II..c.U..n withAerology
"')"hili.. 1..* ilnne. At I the left. In Hhoun. a Kiihn. shaker and
bacteriology laboratory work bench shows nome of the equipment A "largo SO cubic foot autoflnte built. Into the wall In. shown at. the w'ater bath.
next to It stands a
which l lit used In performing blood typing t* tn an well a.. crottnmatthlng left with the door cloned. The. main bndyof. the autoclave, In 'In the
donor and recipient blood prior to transfusion. In order i boiler room .behind the "1111. The open. "door" at the right penultn, u
from "left to right one can are a sterilizer, a \lew'Ing box, a rotator look at the big holler where the steam In generated to i>|>erute thi1 big
and a mlrrtmcope. Mcrlllzrr. Thin name boiler. nlno provliten! the entire "laboratory wltli
hot water u* well an heat In the winter time. Tho autoclave. optralenat
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V .___J Today To Have Your Blood Typed For The Records? Everyone ThN l big shining" appitrahn I li u h>'ie| \\al'r Mill./
\ lot nl ,pure. water Isueetrdln' it bland' hunk and
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plasma In I. "Io It In I of great I Importance that

the maintained temperature at a In definite which degree.whole.blonj Upon, In looking stored at In. Should Have ThI Information I f For II0\\VO Satisfaction S f ___ Just t free water.

the thermometer when above picture wan taken It
read 5 degree Centigrade which In equivalent to f.
Phone 230
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BLOOD HANK AND: UOI.'LD: LIKE TO SKK: ALL CITIZENSOF ;
FLORIDA.
PROttll OK' OI'K: NORTH
THIS PAGE SPONSORED IITilE FOLLOWING INTERESTED "'R ISIJ !INPIVIDITALS WIIOHF. :
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H. C. WALL AGENCY FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY .

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J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA, 1949!
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I Miss Lucile Johnson Weds Henry T. GodwinIn I Miss Watterson 'Guard Officers I'Jr.Friends, will be of glad Mrs.to E.know J. Dowling that she, new Make with old our stamp rubber pad stamp work like JMU]

.- Lovely Ceremony At Keystone Heights Honored At ShowerIn Have Pre-Camp Party i Is tomy recuperating at Shadycrest after Hospital.a tosllec- Ink.fond Four County colors.Telegraph.SOo per jar Brad I

\ Miss Thelma Lucile Johnson, Hampton Officers of the National Guard,
: with their wives and friends as d
H. L Johnson
of Mrs.
;: and the late Mr. Johnson becamethe complimented with a miscellaneous guests held a chicken barbecueand

bride of Henry Talley Godwin bridal shower in the Community dancing party at the Officer's USED CARS
son of Mrs. William Godwin Hall, Hampton, Thursday :I Club at Camp Blandlng Saturday :
Office Gladys and the late Mr. Godwin of Starke ? afternoon. June 9, with Mrs J. evening.
Phone 29 Editor Saturday afternoon, June 11, at W. Horne.., Mrs. Claude L. May Approximately 150 members and
4:30: o'clock in the Keystone end Mrs Thos. F. Brown, serving friends enjoyed this "precamp"social and TRUCKSWE
i" ., Heights Community Church. The as hostesses. The shower table evening.
Rev. B. M. Montgomery of Madi-
decorated with
Have Box PicnicThe son, officiated at the double ring was low beautifully arrangement of deep pink: a expressed herself as amazed at the
number of chivalrous males who
of ceremony.The carnations while a vase of tall dashed her and WE
Young People's Clang to rescue helpedher
the Methodist Church under the At chancel of the church was I'iwir '-> "' "'i3'''S.' "Ji Jr *''- flame gladioli stood on the piano. to her feet Says 'twas almost -
banked with amllax, magnolia vsc*? The refreshment table wall centered SELL
direction of Mrs. Herbert Deal., worth the accident Dr.
leaves! and native palms. At pointsof r 'r the bowl
> by large punch
met at Keystone HeljfhU Park Tom Ritch returned home with
interest were lighted white flanked by twin glass vases of OR TRADEAll
last Friday evening for a box her and, will begin interning at
picnic.Swimming tapers In branched candelabrasand pink crepe myrtle. v St. Vincent's soon Surely
supper and games were enjoyed we baskets of white gladioli. The Miss Watterson and her mother I miss "Uncle Wlily" (Dr. W. D.)
by the 33 members and their family pews were marked with Mrs. M. L Watterson, were given i Russell from behind the prescription Makes & ModelsDOWLING&WAINWRICHT
families\ clusters of white pom-poms tied corsages at the door and led to : counter at Carpenter's .
with satin ribbon. J the seats of honor. Two solos 'Hear he's under observation at
i out Miss Lorene Alderman of Gran- "Forever and Ever" and "Al I Sriadycreat and wa all hope he'II /

Ing din rendered a program of nuptial ways" were sung by Mlsa Norma I be back on the job soon ,
Why Not Let Dad the nnualc. The traditional wedding. Sweeney, with Mrs Lester Miller, Phone 179 310 Temple A\e.

marches were used. Mr. Brad as accompanist. Martha Horne \\vll. sm. to !>.. all for
Be KING On Hamer of Tatum South Carolina gave a sentimental reading "A i now So long See you in Starke Florida
was sang "Because" and "I Love You Bride In June." During the game, the next Carolyn.
His Day, June 191nULOVA Truly." "Your Home Town," Mrs M.1 M.\ I
and John Godwin brother of the Matchett Mrs. May Sweeney and
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bridegroom, served as best man Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh were awarded -
and the ushers ,were John Livingston prizes.
of Gainesville, Talley Mont Eight young ladles assisted Miss
gomery of Griffin, Georgia Ned Wattrrson in opening and display FREE Parking! White House Milk
Yancey and John Powell of Madge Middleton, Mrs. J. M. ing the many lovely] gifts, and in
Starke. Mitchell Miss Lucile Mitchell, serving refreshments.

The bride was given In marring. Mrs. L. Q. Powell and John Among out of town guests at- 3 Tall Cans 34c
While At
of by her brother Edward Johnsonof Powell of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. tending this affair were: Mrs.\ Shopping
of St. Augustine' and had her sister B. J. Alderman Miss Lorene Alderman Bessie Bryant, aunt of the hon-

Miss Mabel Johnson of Atlanta Mr. and Mrs Eugene oree. Ft. Myers; Mrs Robert A&P Food Store 6 Small Cans 34c
Georgia as her mold of hon Brontley of Grandm.
Barksdale, Miss Haven Crosby
or. The bridesmaids were Mrs.
I and John Livingston of Gainesville, Little Folk Enjoy Miss Mary Ella Ward Starke;

sister of the bride Mrs. W E. Mrs. Fred Dodd and Mrs. Lester JANE PARKER NOVEL 1 1:2: lb. Loaf
PartiesLittle
I Johnson of St. Augustine, sister- Birthday I Miller. Keystone; Heights. I IFATHERS'
A&P Marvel Sandwich Bread 18c
in-law of the bride Miss Madalene I -
Barbara Sue Barksdale Miss Watterson'a marriage to DAY''
ro ,the Kennedy of Keystone Heights a
Donald W. McMahone. of Ft.
celebrated her first birthday an-
,at :i cousin and Miss Catherine Heitz- niversary Sunday afternoon when Myers and Virginia, will be an Jane Parker Sugared Do Nuts doz. 19c

man of Gainesville. Rhenetta her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert : event of next Sunday afternoon in HAT CAKE
Johnson niece of the bride wastlowtr
Barksdale entertained at an In- the Hampton Baptist Church. Jane Parker
ping !< girl and Freddie Fredrika-
w son was ring bearer. Helping Barbara Sue celebrate Golden Loaf Cake 17 25c
oz. -
formal family get together WSCS To Meet : ,
The maid of honor wore a nlle
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green organdy dress designed witha Mr and Mrs J. W. Horne i The WSCs' the Methodist Jau Parker
fitted bodice and full skirt. The of Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. C, i Church will have its regular business 'i; I Peanut Crunch Coffee Cake 29c
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bodice featured the yoke and G. Barksdale and Mrs. J. M. Mott, and program meeting at the q !; r 2 ;; I
waistline encircled with a gathered Mrs. Resale Colson and daughters, Church next Monday, June 20 at .
ruffle. She carried an organdyfan Dianne and Margaret. 3:30: o'clock. 69c Jane Parker Creme Layer Cake 49c
accented with a cluster of
Id..lfaI.d. d lavender pom-poms.
Jane Parker Dessert Shells 6 for 20cIn
The bridesmaids wore gowns ,
fashioned like that of the maid of JANE PARKER'S
honor. Mrs. Livingston chose I Cft1 4hfr = [ Heavy' Syrup

orchid and carried a fan accented. FATHERS'DAYLAYER A&P Peaches, No. 2'/' Can -' 31 c
with orchid and white pompotrn.Mrs.
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Johnson wore pink and carried I
; CAKE IONA SELF RISING or PLAIN
orchid and white
?_ pompomsMlfls Well, I do believe that everybodywho rived home than some of them
FLOUR 25 lb. 1.49 10 lb. 63c
Kennedy wore blue and carried : ; ,
Is anybody was at.the opening began trekking off to summer
In both Pocket yellow and white pompoms.The
baseball game Thursday nightof school again Comer Perrymanand
flower girl wore a long yellow 85c"SUPERRIGHT"
and'rh.. style organdy dress and carried a last week, and the girls were Billy Smith will 6e among Ann Page Ketchup, 14 oz. 18c
still craning their necks to see our
basket of rose petals. thoughhis :those summer schooling at the U
We have several popularxtylet The bride chose a of traditional handsome Governor even Wilson Mor Chopped Beef 12 47c
; gown engagement was recently announced of F, as will Virginia Sewell, who oz.
Ivory satin. The fitted California beauty recently arrived home from her r
to chne from. to a
bodice featured a round neckline. Yes our Fuller went to California I teaching duties Among those Wilson Mor Chopped Pork '12 39c
The yoke and waistline were encircled oz.
Values"I to find out about their who are home to help brighten up .
Also MANY Other Gifts : with gathered nylon lace. oranges, but seems to have woundup the main stem are Charles Mooney
Satin roses trimmed the center with a' peach Instead and Billy Edwards from Clemson Dog Yummies . 9c
that Dad has been waiting front. The fitted sleeves ended In Those bleachers got a mite hard Merry Winkler Mary\ Wei-
points over the hands and the and his don Barbara Horne, Shirley Muel-
waiting for the Governor
for. full gathered skirt terminated In party to arrive, but I could hardly ler, and Claude Johns Jr., FSU lona Gold. Cream Corn, No. 2 can 13c

a train. The finger tip veil of blame him after hearing about Ona Demorest Evelyn New- .
imported Illusion was attached to
that sumptions supper Ted Johns some. Jeannette Priest GeneFogg
a coronet of orange blossoms. She (Mrs. Charley) served her distinguished Chas. Knight Jerome Johns, Jane Parker Ann Page

GEMJEWELRY carried a prayer book centered !\ guests topped 'off George Powell Leonard Smith (a Potato Chips Salad Dressing
with white roses. Her only ornament I
with delicious Bradford County grad, Mack Futch, Harold] Johnson -
was a strand of pearls. strawberry shortcake So we'll Don and Billy Patray, Lyle Quality 10 oz. 45c Qt. 45c; pt. 25c
The wedding ring was the one forgive 'em, this time Anderson Merle Grider Enos .
used< by the Grandmother of the e Hayes Billy Colson Don Champion Trimmed Western Beef:

bridegroom.Mrs. Quito .A bit'' of change-of-job Olin White. Jr., Steve Weldon Ann Page Ann Page
Johnson, mother of the new.Jobbing. and pinch-hitting going Jr., Barney McRae Jr., Owen Sirloin Steak, lb. 89c Creamy Smooth
Only Authorized bride wore an orchid crepe with on along Call Street these McRae, Jim Deaver, Hugh Ingram, Light meat Tuna Peanut Butter
white accessories. Her corsage days Note John Godwin a Darby Peek Anise Green, Marion Chuck Roast, lb. 59c
BULOVA & ELGIN was of pink carnations. new addition to the staf In the Brown George Flynn George Beef lb. 49c 7 oz. 38c 8 oz. 21c; Ib. 35c
Ground
Dealer In Starke & : The mother of the bridegroom, H. C. Wall insurance agency Powell Paul Dlnktns Philip Shu- ,
Mrs. Godwin chose an aqua crepe Says he likes it fine, thank you ford and Alex Yawn all from U
gown. Pink carnations formed her Mildred Sapp of the FHA office of F; Sylvia Morse fa grad) andC. lb. 59c HOME STYLKBREAD Our Own
... Sunnyfteld Bacon
"u.nn.. Is now In the County Agent W. Colaon from Stetson; Henry ,
Following the ceremony are. office (her old stand), while Helen Manassn, and Buddy Faxon from 18c TEA lb. 91c
ceptlon was held :at the Woman'; McCallum of Crestview is working Southern "p"'rRIhtl11k: Fwd| ,
Club where the rooms were decorated at Farm Home .
temporarily
with arrangements or' Harvene Watterson of the Starke Rotary Is :well represented Veal Chuck Roast, lb. 51c
spring flowers. County Agent's staff has chucked at the International Convention w

The bride's table was overlaid It-all for the bells of matrimony In New York this week Dressed. A Drawn Grade A
with a lace cloth and centered which will ring out June 19 . Bob and Erna Metzger went
: with a three-tiered wedding cake< Polly Mann is secretarylng In the up a week or so ago, Junlus & Florida Fryers, lb. 55c e
surrounded with white pom-pom: School Board office while Grace Virginia Smith left last weekend
and fern and flanked by lighted Rltch Is on two weeks vacation and Jimmy Peek flew up Saturday

tapers in crystal candelabras.Miss . Peggy Tilly recent BH9 grad.Is Bob postcards that he's Quick Frozen .
Cornelia Knight kept the clerking at Koch's: this summer seen Jimmy but hasn't laid eyes Perch Fillets, lb. 33c i
brldu'g book and Mrs. S. E. Ken and Dolly (Lamb) Sullivan Is on Junius yet Looks as if
nedy cut the bride's cake. Assisting leaving the name establishmentafter Brother Smith will have to do
L In serving were Mrs. Mike a four-year hitch Hear some accounting-for when he gets Wentern Loin End Cut, 2 to,4 lb. Average

01 Fundorburk Mrs. Harry Eby Mrs she's embarking on a new business home Sorry to hear that Car Pork Roast or Chops, lb. 59c
William Shockley, Miss Sara venture but I'm pledged to sec rie Hitch returned from her Fresh Green CABBAGE lb. 5c
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Barefoot and Mrs. F. E. Stitch- ,
recy for a, couple of weeks yet month's trip to New London
berry. Watch this column for fur Conn., with a sprained ankle and All Meat Franks lb. pkg. 49c
Formerly 11.75 After spending some time with ther developments broken small bone in her hand
their guests Mr. and Mrs. GodwIn Says she tripped in the lobbyof Wash. Bing Cherries lg. lb. 29c

Formerly 10.95 left traveled for a in wedding a beige trip.suit The with bride a Hardly had the rollrge set ar the Crocker House Hotel and Assorted Cold Cuts, lb. 55c ,

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Formerly Calif. Iceberg Lettuce 60s 2 for 19c
navy blue accessories. Her corsage I ,
lb. 25c
Formerly 8.95 was white rose bu
.6 Juno Keystone IS, they Heights.will be at home In Announcing The Opening] "SUPER-RIGHT" Quality Fresh CROWDER PEAS, 3 lb. 23c

ONE LOT' OFMen's Among out of town guests were: Of
Sgt and Mrs. W F:. Johnson and Grade A Lamb California 5X3
daughter, Mrs Jennie Lindsey of

Pants St.Livingston.Augustine Mr.; Mr.and and Mrs.. Mrs.Winston John MORGAN'SBARBER Leg o Iamb, lb. 89c Red Beauty Plums, lb. 23cNorth

Summerhlll, Mrs Eddie Dean Feeroll Whole Shoulder, lb. 53c
and daughter/ Mr and Mrs.
Formerly 6.93 Frank Heitzman and daughters ; Carolina Washed. LOOK or llaclrpd

Misses Catherine Belle and SHOPON Octagon, Soap Powder Large 20 New White POTATOES, 10 lb. 45c
Frankle. Mrs E. R. Simmons
Mrs. Sam Gaskins and daughters, I '
Now 4.99 !
Mrs. Gibson, Miss Betty Carr, HIGHWAY 301 Octagon Toilet Soap 3 for 17c New Crop Red Bliss Potatoes 5 Ib./'35c
Miss Ruth Tyro of Gainesville; I
Alterations Included r! 1 Mr, and Mrs. Jim Godwin of Ral- JUST NORTH OF FLORIDA CITY LIMITS Octagon Cleanser . .. 8c 4 Dozen Size' I
ford; Mr.\ and Mrs Merrill Shaw STAUKE,

'" of Ocala; Mr and Mrs. E. H. Register Large . 27c I II
GoldenheartCELERY,2for25c
Miss Catherine Register of I I Ivory Snow
Other Items Dad Will
Miami; Mrs. Frank Merrill and of FREE I
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George Roberts of Jacksonville, Plenty Ivory Flakes. Large 27c
:Manhattan, Mark Twain & Hamer of Tatum. S. C.; Rev. 21 Pounds Average WeightWATERMELONS

Ties Socks Itelts nd Mrs. B. M. Montgomery. Large Par lie
...... Shirley and Joyce Mont SPACE Ivory Soap. 65c & Less
WE GIFT of Madison; Mrs Ed PARKING ,
and Miss Mabel Johnson of Camay Soap Bath Size 2: for 23c

; Mr. and Mrs. Talley
Montgomery of Griffin. Georgia: Woodbury's Soap Bath Bar 12cParson's

William Godwin. John God- No Meters
Mrs. W. J. Chandler Mr. and Parking Ammonia, Pint 14c
Sudsy
n at Ned Yancey. Mrs. I. N.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mc-
\\r The Store of Welcome . lie
N. B. Roster Jr., Mr*. E. S. Everyone A-Jax Cleanser -
Matthews Mrs. E. K. Perryman
H. Arnold. Mrs E, L Mat .
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Johnson and Rev. Hill ReturnedTo I Telegraph shall publlah this Order Ixiiila >r. llvnfvel whose> realdenravand
and Mazie. of In next four weekly 'lM.ue.. aMr".H la 653 ttrrtnx }t.b.i'
daughters. Nancy
Witness my hand sail official I-toel. onkera, New York:
Arcadia spent several days here Methodist ChurchCitizens ..'..1 nt fcttarke- .q"rhlll., thla June You are required to appear ...
this week with their son-in-law 14. lino. July, I IA, I((1 4!'I. In th" ahove name lCourt
(OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas. and cause, wherln plalmtlfv
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. V. S. of Starke and vicinityare A. Clerk or said Court. .....k. illvorre. Bradford ConacirTelegraph
Nazworth. Mr. Johnson was for- pleased to learn that Rev By Haven. .Croaby. iX c. Khnll) ptibllah. this 01'_
r.H u-17 41 1.
: J. L Hill wall returned to the In oust weekly leiaues.'
THE merly connected with the Express eOll.y: :; hand and .ffUia.1HMHl
NEWS office here and is now employedwith Methodist pastorate here by tile. In Circuit! ('....f. Hradtor Couaty. nr tol'&I'k..rld.' \ .., thfa June.
Florida Methodist Cortference held rlorlilai I.'IrN' ( .........,.. 11. 1949.
L__-trrS sssflrr rJrrjsr r'r the company in Arcadia. 4,.. In Lakeland last V I I ala' H"ltMCHl. I'ltilnflff I. VA. Lfinln, (OFFICIAL !REAL' ) A. 3. Thoman.A .
: ; ; I Sgt. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and < week. If IVnicvl l 1.1.nl. CIIMV S... 715?. .a Clerk cf said Court.
Fred L. Penland Seaman. USN I M. Sgt Mrs. James daughter Judy Carol are expected Members and friends of the pastor Order ef ruMlr.tlcm.. cad Settee. fly Haven Crosby D C.
Appear T Prnnk Lunrtruin, Hlark FI"rM
husband of Mrs. Dorothy E. Pen- Moser and children Robert and to arrive here about July 1 and of the chinch are delighted f\TE OF FLOItlni
land of Route 1.. Starke. arrived Putty arrived here Sunday from after being In Japan for the last 'bitk to have Rev. and Mrs. Hill remain -

In Athens Greece on June 10 for Dayton Ohio where they spent two years. Sgt. Smith will havea I In the! community anti withevrryonl"s Yes The Tourists And Transients Like
a week's visit. He Is a memberof the past winter. Mrs. Moser and 30-day furlough before reportIng 'i cooperation, the church

the crew aboard the destroyer children will remain at Kingsley for reassignment and during / should continue to go forward a Our Food .

DSS Meredith. Lake while Sgt. Moser will report this, time they will visit MrsSmith' I under their leadership.
( / I : Itut still have. time hi esw' **
to Fort Knox, Ky., July we
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Mrs. R. C. Dampier and eon mother, Mrs. Laura TI- ; f (

Billy:' were guests of Mr. and Mr*. 8 for reassignment. Ha expectsto son. ; ',,'I'U'..: ..l.. (6 to the home folk. We ...
Join the Eastern Command and : p' LI: The rperirtruitin. h"nk. tlr the ('Ityof (
W. T. Zelgler In Jacksonville Wed. Sue Duncan of Gainesville Is
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IIIu'k. will I I I h. "tuui ri' lea no.H.
neaday and Thursday of lart be stationed In Japan or Home the guest this week of her cousin. qviv'4 I 1,10 .r ei'i...... r...." 1'rilay. Jill) \ ]' predate" > jour hunlneiM and .rv.ay.

week. of the Pacific Islands Margaret Rose Duncan. "'111I II.I U.: "IlfU IllVl'!! ; Inchmlve t h rough, M..tll.h.'UII'"I at. the I'llv Mull I 1 --Fl 1.I try to please" our friend at bsa.

Mr. and Mrs.., Tony Stevens and Strait Cut Slips* sizes. S'! to 41, Camp BliuitllnK repair John. for futl I Jnhnii, ItVKlHtiutUin: : nnuerMl : -

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer $1.97 at Ix-lla's Dress Shop. ali> at harley F. Strong J.."<.!- d.1J 2t II.U

spent Saturday evening and Sun- Mrs. Frances Land of: Mayo is ....... : -'I''t 1.2Otl'L' : Still Serving Our Famous!' uslnl.'ssIeo'f:
diy with Mr. and Mrs. Herman visiting this week with Mr. and },fro and Mrs. Martin E. Land ,In hot oIv. itlven I that' thi.
City AHNt>.... of ,
.r Taxea
for tit llty\ LUNCH 50c
Inholsen (n !Savannah! Ga. I Mrs. Martin Land. and sons Robert and Edward of. "rc"'k.., Hiatlfortl" Cittimy, .KlorlilaIII .
spent last weekend in Tampa with \\ m.wl'h.\ the, City Couiull I of
-S xnlil' City In I 111" office. of I III. City, GUIDON GRILL
Mr .and Mrs. Levla Land. .Clerk. In. .the ,'",. '1o.11..t Hlarke. ,
I Phone 52-J I II Mrs. Guy Andrews and eon GRAnr.VTK.S of the happy Heart. Klmlrrjtnrten are pictured atmv Klnllil.l." nt ft:00 oi.loi-k I p in. .'.IlllVi&

871B) Oy.DEE Sv1ct I III Tommy. returned Monday from a I a. they rr
I ws 'OLIOW TN. 570CC Mrs. IlartmannIIaD3E' two week's visit with relatives In I torlum last Friday night. Front row (lift to rl (htM) Kay Hurt Sully I I,lemlinony. I aa. to I the value, uf unv I
.
rpriipi-rty real I
or I..H I. a M s IM| .
.
I Wythevtlle and Richmond Va. 1 Ann Sz .m..zak. A.tui !Malth "'., Johnnie JiM-a. Second l row (left to I lay I Iha saul, "'\AHNI-MHOI- of Taxenon --=-'-:'---_: ---'----- '-'-'-'--- --- -- -- ----- ---- :,;!'!o
Mrs. W. S. Wilder and Mr. and his ,
aum-HHiiient lull for the VPIIIi
right): MIchael IVnton Tom Smith lliwlcr I'urlln Kill Mrs. Bill\ Crocker of Miami are )11&10.""'. kindergarten In taught by \Mrn. :Martha lIIlth.I I ".','lIn". n>.>elMnir' ..11,1 I ..iiu| >ll.per liiit
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F1 my .',,'h ............."IH. The I Clt\. .,MrelO,,,

Miles from Wednesday\ until Sun- I oalne\I-;: .- -. t continue>f Taxi'a, In.iiml ai>NHloi I In'|City fioin a Connill ila\;, |Ii' 'may tin\, Starling'sGROCERY
10 '
II day of this week. Mrs. L. H. Gibson of \ HaganPhillipsMr. for ,one w t.r.k or an Ion* un ni<..n

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty spent was a visitor to Starke Saturday Nary All to\pviHooa aaaettninent, UV\IIIINT| I In I Hie'propeitvmlliject Cltv'

last Friday and Saturdny In Orlando house-huntlnR nnd subscribing to "f t.l'k. "",,"''nr.I Coiinl,>.. i"loiIln." '
where attended the the Trlegraph Her husband nn are n..tI'. ..." to ,appear .at ,..lchl mi.i-i, & MARKET Starke Fla.
...., \\'.. Harry P. Leu Inc, banquet at ex-GI completing study at the n. KIVM mull leetlmonv. aa lo HOME: OWNED
1)01 in.K: FEATURE the Orange Court Hotel Friday University of Florida this year, t the I valiif. of anv propt'ity. "l.,...1 I ur
peimiiial' ..
an Hietl > .
>v t lb City -
evening. will tench English; and Spanish at ........ Of TllXI-a. Upon, his IIXKHHe.nn .

Mrs. Wlnona It. Moore has returned BUS next fall They are originally I hv: nt onl.,roll..r of...the I they City nniv: Cmim-ll rtunlri-' I. of I liven. the SPECIALS FRIDAY &:: .SATUKDAY, JUNE 17 & ISWK

from Daytona Beach where from Illinois and have a nine, city of Htalke., llrinlfonl. \ ,'""nIY.
she spent a week with her sister- year old eon."STfl Klnrliln' .lime 7. A. I II I14'l!. : KESEKVE: THE RIGhT TO LIMIT: QUANTITY
1"1"1.\1
NI1.\I.) 1'1 '
inlawlrs.. Grace Van Fleet and Hrnnd Shoes' are *." It City. c'iA"k!

her sister Mrs. Jessie Just. better." STUMP'S: STOUE. .... .
In ( .11 Cenrt.
See the new assortment of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams and Klorlilai, In (.......llrailforil.,.. County,I Factor cPa'ked
dress fabrics Julia, c. I 1I.red. I l-laliulff. I v". I in r..li lb. 29KKKSII
-Lady Slipper children of Gainesville and Mrs. .K. ItcHil, l>..riMiilnnt. ., Cane' No 7111(1\( 3 Sugar
Lawn. Butcher Linen. Pique Williams mother\ Mrs. n. Jacobs Order of IMibllcaUon. a.4 ISotlcet .

Indian Head-at STUMP'S.: are occupying the Jacobs cottage UTATM I) K Appeur KUUItlllA tel
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tucker were on Klngsley" Lake. I Ia.r..I,1 !I", It.I, whim.. reHil.iu.p' (in :
l7! Lfnilon I 11"1'.1.11.1." | t V V
called\ to Sparta Wl3., last Fridayby Mrs W J. Epperson. Jr. and You lire rugulreil, to appear on
CLARK ALEXIS( SMIli! 'ZACHARY SCOTT the sudden death of Mr. and July a, i IX.1 I Ill4'l( In I lh. 1110..,.. ii",ilel|
I daughters Sully Ann MarySue Court nnd, 25c
cause, wherein plaintiff. TOMATOES 2 lb.
ii iitn LY..I. 1 SMUII-tumuliAM Tucker's. mother Mrs. Louis returned Tuesday from Jacksonville "....k. divorce llrnclfui, ........ .. ,
--- -- Tucker Funeral services wert' leleirraph ehall puhlieh this. Order
_? _..,__
I been
where had
'0. '" they In next four wnuklv lamiea
held Monday afternoon. visiting Mrs Epperson's parents.Mr. Wltnena my liaml, Hiul officialHIIII
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Graham in ", ,,,,,'k... Klorlilii' thin .Inn<.,'. Swift.
) and .Mrs. R L. Richard for I1*. H 4lUPKIUIAIj. "
I have moved from their home in a week. While In Jacksonville ( !'1M' \I.> A. .T. Thomaa' Corned Beef f 39cLARD
Ala Clerk of tnlil r.'remlum
Court
Starke to the Alvarez cottage on Sally Ann underwent a tonnl.ec- nv haven Croaby., n. ('.
BLACKMAIL Klrifjsley Lake for the summer tomy at St. Vincent's hospital Joe' 1 K. tokll'I'""'. 221 llrahani" UMir .
months.Mr. JurkaoiivlllH" Kl.i. Ally for I'lf
last wl'ek.Rw. .
Thursday of
B-17
4t 7.8
1'la..haU.11"'" Mara and Mrs. Gerald LeRoy and and Mrs. J. U Weeks of I 48 lb. Can 6.95

daughter: left Wednesday of last Norman Park Ga. were re'pnt'I : Him Haifon 0: 1(4 South In Klurldat Circuit. In(Court('''.n...llrmlfnril.,'.
: FrI. June 23. 24 week by automobile for Alaska guests of their sister-in-law' Mrs KaniHia' Street.. / lIna, Kanttli' uil- Carl, I N.! V lilian,.. I'liilnllff( VM Ite
,
N,'I Nil I. Wllllania I I |I''n""n'' (' .
where Mr. LeRoy has accepted an Leila Mae Weeks. 'I 1 nounreN the ennranemi-nt and al"I | :, 'al No7IHH

DOfBLK FKATl'KE engineering and construction job See the beautiful rtu-k nt $.' ,I prowhlng. marriage or hi. .iluujrh-' Order, of rilhllmllon nail :>iillieto I EXTRA :OT\NU.\IW; I "OSCEOLA"Tomatbes

for three years .ilrenwa. nlxen. 0 In I II I. at I-i'llil'\ ter, :Mlts F.tliel l-oulw. hogan In A Tit sir AppeneT 1.'l.lIlIl II' to,

Cpa Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Ilna. Slinppe.. Sgt. \\lllliim ('. Phillips, M>II of llnm-lln/ willliima. whoee, reelilniifeYou .
couimii' WilliS ,
moved Into their Bummer homeon Lt. Col. and Mr. James A. Griffin Mr. and, :\1r... O J. I'hllllp. ot IH Ililtflnss'ii are :'reiiulreil lo .appear. on : 2 Cans23c

LARRY PARKS Klngsley Lake Monday. of Camp Blandlng spent four JA"t..y. .Inly, 'IH' KM'I( In Ihn III", .. ntiniiHCourt ,

t "' \'ny 1'wd, WaU-h KuarantJ days last week In Atlanta Ca.! on ThvNIlInl( Hill he an e\eiit of Sueke illvuroe..ant, "oauan wherein lirmlfurd. plaintiff County, ,

,: at lIarl.. y F. Strong Jewelers. business. 'I I July 7 In the. lli H<> ('tlll1| of tin-

: ( .l'Wordsmali, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Phillip\ Miller liargalnn In "'",'d l \\atchen at i Smnkey Hill Air Foreo 1141s1.
-
: .;; and son Ralph II. of Battlo Hurley F. Strong J<-\\eler... I Siillnn Kansas I

I iI'-- nuH"DRE'II: "'" Creek, Mich., have moved into the Mr. and Mrs. E. 1. Matthews PROBLEM SOLVED Potatoes 10 Ibs.39c

T T Long home on Washington and daughters Mary Agnes' "

AND street. The Millers had occupied I Anne, and Betsy will spnnd this; Mr. and Mrs. .1. CJ. Mlllltnn of Fweil" u'llh: t Inn |iri>lili'ui "I

th.'HR. ''Edwardscottage'* on I'I'I weekend at Coquina Beach near Pnlatka were guests Sunday of I haulIng a Job l ?' Flint more thun
"MARSHALOF I Kingsley Lake last winter. Marlreland Mr. and Mm. A. E. McKinney.Miss DIIESSED &' IWAWNFryers
I just a Job In tile ,r. H. Arinyami
Mr. and Mrs.' L. M. DeSha and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto have Polly Mann Is home for
daughter Marjorie of Wildwoodand as their guests this week Mrs. the summer from GSWC. Vnl- I IT. H.lr Force. Job erurliy.

: RENO" Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards T. f. Hutto and children of Jack dosta Ga., with her brother and IntereNtlnjr w'.rk. Trtt-
.
RR.'I'm.. Wild Bill EDlult. and daughter Fredrika of Jack sonville. Blster-ln-lnw Mr. and Mr. E. C. I I \. Adventure.[ .'. Primn>llon up- 49c

sonville were weekend guests of Ernest Phillips attended themanagrr'a (Mann, Jr. I IHirlunltleM. ltellrem Ix-nelll ib

Mrs. W.' H. Struth and Miss Kate meeting of Lovett'sstores IbMMtniUtlonmlVatch. fully ami opportunity In learn a

Struth. In Jacksonville Wednesday trail... Von rail. alxo luke eollegn
fftmrantaril at llarley I". "Strong
C.: M. Ttirney of Starke and Rev. and Thursday.Mr. Jeurlor' .. credit, i-oiirocH uhllo In too

Larlck of Orlando are attendingthe and Mrs. N. D. WainwrIght .Hertli-e. of '
Everett McKinney State Inspector your (''"ntr). Solve c
Thornton Orphanage yearly are spending the latter part of for the R. U. Public Utility I Ito |i''ir..l"lvin liy acting "u",. 3 LKe. Milk ::: 33
celebration, In Clinton S. C., this this week In Tallahassee on busi Commission has been transferred d
week. The Thornton OrphanageIs ,.
nell from Tallahassee. to Stark. America' Finest Men
sponsored by the Southern i Mr. and Mrs. E. 'J. Dahmer end Mrs. Harold Turner of Hnrn (hash I It Cairn To A funtnmor)

Presbyterian Churches. Rev La- son. Frank and Mr. and Mr Raton visited her cousin Mrs Leu- Choose
rick was the guest of Rev. and Hubert Hogan were at Jacksonville
lie Biggs last Friday. 11. S. Army ami
Mrs. J. Warren Kaufman on Sun Beach Sunday. the We Deliver Orders
Spending Sunday at FlInliop'H
day. 1 U. S. Air
j "There is Forty
: a Maiden Form I camp at Salt Springs were. Mr.
Rev. B. M. Montgomery and for every Ivne nr figure." See and Mrs. James HobbS and family Careers

50 Years of children.Madison Shirley were Gene guests and of Joyce Judge I i them at STUMP'S TOnJ<;. Mr. and !Mrs. A. B. linker and Local Recruiting Station We Strive To PUane YOU Our Cutlomtr/

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining will\! family and Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman last Frl-'1 .'....t orrirn. IIMg.. Mtarkn Joe S.
go to Dublin. Ga., Sunday to meet Bishop, Jr., and son. StarlingCoil
day and Saturday. Mrs Vlnlng's parents Mr. and | Miss Lois Jordon of Miami Is :Mondays 0 a.m. IAN 12 noon
!><> you sew' ? See STUMP'S: '- -- -"' ___ --- ._ =;7
Mrs. -'-- -
W L. Joiner of Atlanta. 0:1.: j f visiting her sister Mrs. Erne
for beautiful yard good The Joiners will be guests of the Phillips thin week.
.,.
,,
Mrs. 1 ersrrprrrssps. ___.. ,,_ .e-eeeeee-e. -- "
M. "
F. Brown will returntomorrow ---------------------1
Vinings for two weeks. I Mrs. W. J. Kpperson: Sr., hud j jae
I from a week' visit Mjr. and Mrs. Harold Wall and ,, her guests Wednesdiy: of list I Platform 1 I

}' .: Used radios, phono. with her parents In Tampa. children of St. Augustine were-' week Mrs Dallle Kppcrann and ,I, _ Springs;
I .*. portablHK. 1.\V5 Chits Mills a
.. Kaillos Hunt. up.Cover' Joan Carpenter Is spending vl.ltlnlthe\ A. E. Walls Tut'sdiv: : ,daughter, Katherine of Lake Butler ,
) Ac Madison. Sts. tl.i this week with relatives atJacksonville I and Wednesday.Mr. I and Mrs. Fouler" Eddy of Ala. Rockers 19.95J'Only

Beach. and Mrs. F. F () COILS _
'> \ ll.i. llllll.ll, CO Stump pcjit ehua.Mr.
: Mrs. Leon Moorer and daughter the weekend In Montlcello visit and Mrs. K.: M. Davis and
: : A $-I.. ....II.. A PII.n".
\ ..'aU... Jt remlrpil Lee was In Charleston S. C., ing Mr. and Mrs. W. H Thomson Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon spent 16.50
13, or Writs. to: Wednesday and Thursday to visit Jr. The Stumps brought their Sunday In Archer visiting Mrs. P.
j. A. n i iusNrr4lacclenny : her I'
: FI.... S-4tny' husband a merchant marine grandson Freddy Thomson hack E Stone and Miss Manila Ander.
who was docking there those two to Starke with them for a son Heavy AnfclnIron

YOUR TIMBER days. sAttending Visit. Wl't'k'.j KemrmlM-r r'alhcr'( .. Hay June I t* nlrti .tki.nMADK
.: NOW the Christian Adventure !Nest the .beautiful ralts. nf $1 i HI. nln..t Alvarez store). I

: : Cash Prices Paid Methodist Youth Camp this ,dresHcs, size* 9 to 41, at 1..11.1'. L. C. Ziegler of Miami attended I TO LAST

__ !!! week near Leesburg are Polly lrrsa Nhoppi. i funeral services for his aunt Mrs. I Comfort I'nnutU-heil. I''W'
Brown. Ann Johns. Anne Cressler Mr. and Mrs. Effle Thrower In Jacksonville ,
'( "' : BUY IN BULK Robert Durdcn of I
Phoebe Green Billy Weldon and Nichols ,:
OR IN UNIT were Saturday guests of Tuesday. k-. ,,.
/ Jo Ann Smith. Mrs. Hogan Smith Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Gray or''

W. PECK and Mrs. M. F. Brown drove the Father will appreciate. a gift Pell\ City Ala., were gucsta of I IroninglloardswithPadsV

J John W. TurnerP. group to the camp Monday. II from Alv.rl'ziltorl'/ Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Lawson, Tuesday -

O. Box 463 Mrs. O. W. Whit spent a few Mrs. L D. Vlnlng had as luncheon and Wednesday, They are )

)'( Gainesville Fla. days In Jacksonville this week guests last Saturday Mr. an.) touring Florida and were accompanied -j Only I 3.95
I her Regular 29.95 Value
visiting son-in-law and daugh .
.Ira. HaUls Hope. Jr.. and Mr. to Miami by Miss Elizabeth I -

Ff : me a postcard and I ter. Mr. and Mrs.Father'C. W. SavageRemember and Mrs. Dan Boyd of Atlanta. Lawson who will\ visit them there I- lts. Many n on liiuir thl, of extra comfort special In,rla'r-liii* J

Day June Ca.! who were enroute to Daytona. > few days. 1
come see you. 19. Gift sit Alvarez Store I: ,' Regular 5.9.1; Valut'"Cash "n rs'kvr.

APARTMENTRKNT FOR r Free "'al hp". nay Gift I'.UR. :
Ft'RNTRHKD fit"M. KPT KRPOHR' 1 P.'I.: Wrap iic.
.. l>..tn. S.I''HrI OccasionalRockers
: : 1 rm ... ping at Alvarez .\
60J TempI. MR'OV CT IMM P.M." :" f lNb .Store.
entre.ii.P.Ay*. Phone. A.It of Scott.14 "P UtHHKII-4. (.IKT SHOP. tl Mrs. J. If. Weeks was called toThomuvllle. FARMER I We KILL, INSECTS by iii And Carry

WKl.1t' DRIIAIXOf JW-lnrh.\ 1.. FOR nEST: *ni. .lot. bldit neAr Ga.. recently becauseof Airplane SPRAYING! 12.95
well.\ Price reaennable. hum ets. on the death of her
Inch. A I-lnrh nephew J. C.
:.O'p. hlw.Y'li2'i
Water. or nn par.. >7"tMity [ Qiilirl'y, stwrk | |,., Knight who died QUICKLY, COMPLETELY, CHEAPLY,
suddenly. Fun..rslluvlCe8
.rl. Jr., 1't' !. 2. boI'.5J7: ;
.....rk.. Fla. 2tpl'U' 8UWAVVF.B COITNTT MVEflTOfKMAHKET were held with military : Tf5;:
: Auction mil* o."h. Wed I IOwn'd
APARTMENT!: FOR RENT-' room operated by J. I) Odom. honor. In Thomasvllle.
.
fnrn. "... .to"e. .1.... relrlir. ... Jr. fh. 2IM. I.lv. Oak: Flu.: 4.1WANTEP Charles J. Schaefer Seaman We'applicate a.s cheaply a!* $1 per acre (plus cost of
water heat. pvt. b.th. 33T. N. URN, husband of Mrs. toxic and with the latest Aerial Insecticide STRAW RUGS----11.93
Walnut. Ht 1M -I'AHT TIME. WORK Margie L. ) are equipped -

IHnltv rre.hyterlan. I office*.. ,IA pH/roll.(.o 30 hour or typln wcokly.KvonInifi ; Hot. Schaefer of Route 2. Starke. arrived Service to 'destroy insects" in the following crops:
I.OHT" Bar pin.
Church' : Sun., Jin. *. )II''. W. JFpnemnn 411V::, tI....".. Kin. ?"-IT In Bristol England on June Peanuts. Strawberries"". Pepper Tomatoes! Watermelons!

J.. Ph 14 I. It l..kIag ,., Ns..al, .lft., fuel- 11 for a four-day visit. He Is a Egg .Plant ....a... Pecan Trees. Potatoes Cucumbers, SIZE 8x10
Furn. Apt.-bedroom. hess A pr..f..lnnal Womn' crew member aboard the desroyer -
FOR RE.VTl:
( lob hfl* thorn Corn Cabbage, Tobacco iSfua.| 'th, Celery etc.
hath. eereen porch --on at USS O'Hara.
kitchenette ;
.". refrl nol ?"'*'. Hart Furniture Co., b.f.rlP:: .: '
utove, J
va Also
In town. "I... T. Ul.on. 221 ". pro).<-.. 4i "..1IIITI' Strait Cut !Slip, size 33 to 41. 6x9's - 7.95
Walnut "'. Up $1.97 at Lrlla'v Drew Shop.

r OIRT, IN NEF.D 'TIO".v..f.WTFDi..,........"lSv.oldgirl ,. "..". Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott were We use 2-4-D Weed Killer sure deathto
00 > > IIOMK FOR ,_ ....... .. _
..IIOIlon In New el ,.*' .. ".., alt.Ig. In
Will York pay flood tran...1.1'"iw.>... Writ P.".". .! 'W.tt. P.O. bat ."'Hl'. C '.. Oakland Sunday for the marriage Ground Dog Crickets, Grasshoppers, Come in and nee our large selection t
I 141 Wed End A y... N.W 'York :H.rkaa. ::1:5. u.I'OTATO of their nephew Robert W
'IT It VIXES FOR BALE If I Halzau of DeLand to Miss Eliza. Mosquitoes and other pests. Regular 17.95 ValueAsortpd
('uliaris ... ,
APT FOR P.KVTrm. apt. with iron want ffrwd Copper Ilk I" Porto beth McBride of Orlando. Rev. 1J.jra.
.. Rico Potato Vine grown from rr
n"t. tintn. Beery nOVefl1.OCC. J4IV. Scott performed the
tlfltfd. drawa. see me. Any amount ceremony
ftP
cherry Pi II a thoUsand. cut A d.llv.red or which took place in the Oakland S-E-E IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
TS-lh ,... "boT. $11: $].10 a tnnuftanit. and you rut
FOR KAI.B: A ] Presbyterian Church. '
; .... ... Mr. Glat-
.. MS: a -roll" ibm John T> 1>1. right hwald
w eon.
.a..."l.i. mill r "5. All In ......> .. "-, highway' 101 I Vi mll.. rxirtti. ',1Clarke lea, who has visited In Starke onumeroua Lacy Conway or Leslie Libby

J B. AiUllne. Hampton. 2tpC24 tip 7'tl occasions!, i* now at.tending (Union Bus Station) (Temple Garage) Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE

FOR RENT It-rm. non... N..lylIaln'.d FOB RENT= : Nicely' lu", 1-rm. the Orlando Junior Colege. Phone 147 Phone 32 .
ln>l .......n."I... Writ or rail Frlfffdalre.' ... water heater .> Starke Fla.
Fred"err 0"". <-.1''' U..ln..I1'. <'......- .'leet turn For f*..ple Ph. 114 or Buy BaxgsJiw In Used Uavt lMItarVj -. 151 STARKE. FLA.w .
cola Routine Co.. a.lnen.lll n.\1t.. P1't.\ Temple r.,* Mr.near P. )e>bus little.IIta. cur 19th lip* at F. Stroag "_..Ien.. ." .----- .,. ", .. .







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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORATO. 8TARKE.! FLORIDA FRIDAT. JUNE t7. 1949

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Cross The Highway In Keystone them as neighbors.Mr. Banks. From Atlanta they will IaClre.K\ I C.u*. H raj ford Coao r.;''I. Circuit C..,?. Bre.f... (...tF, contract with the Hoard of Public Florida.
On a Red Light or a Red Light?". and Mrs. J. A. Stein of"Mac" travel to Tuscaloosa Ala., for a Florida F1.!.Warren< haet'ery.Henry ;I' Florida In (:.nnnrrrr.Dorl instruction of Bradford County. The Board of Public Inatructlon
PlaIntiff v 1.1 Lane Adalr, Ed Florida, In accordance with the accepted of rradford County Florida. reserves
Plaintiff -
v*
Keystone Heights Ed Wiggins on "Corn Bread and McKay's home town visit with their grandmother, Mrs. 1343.rene Warren Defendant Cane No. win M.r.hdalr., Jr., Defendant bid and give' a, contractaurety the right to waive Informal
Molasses". W. J. Whitestdes on Rldgefleld Park. N, J., have purchased Ruth McDaniel. Ca. No. 7336. bondnatlafactory to said I tie. In any bid and to reject any
Order at Pbik'.4l.a ... Netlro oAppear. > Hoard I In an amount equal to one
"Peanuts-Shelled or Unshelled". a lot here and plan to The Misses Mary Lou Longmlre Htate ., Florida tot I Order of. stAre Publication OK end FLORiDA notlrn' tolKdwln toApvenr. hundred per cent of the contract or all Th bid. E.!
A. B. Watson on "Will Spearmint build. and Beverly Trescas of South unknown Irene Warren, who. rRldonco I 1.1, Marsh Adalr, Jr who* rIdenc **- price. lion of Bradford County Florida
The Flavor On A Bedpost Jacksonville are spending tha : I I. 310 Court 1'1'' Courtland No bidder may withdraw hi.' bid By H. f. Morgan lIacr.t.: ...)'.
Mr. T. F.
Keep and Mrs. Reinhardt of
ROTARY NEWS Jllrullrl.9t required! to appear on Apartment, Portvmouth Virginia: for a period of thirty day after 6-3 at '-11
The Rotary Club beld an eventful Overnight?" and Bob Weeks on New York City also purchased a week with Bobbe Bastedo. In the abova named .I You are required to appear on the data Set for the openlnit thereof.

meeting at the Inn at 12:19: : "Peeping Through The Knothole parcel of land and intend to build. Miss Connie Knight is entertaining Court seeks divorce andcause' Bradford wherein plaintiff County July Court 4 and, 1949 can.In*, the wherein above plaintiff named .All work shall be done In ac- MOTHERS! Register The

last Friday. A quintet of members In Grandpa's Wooden Leg". Whltefeather Court had the her parents Mr. and Mrs. Telegraph shall. publish this Order, Meek divorce A care, custody et control aordanue with plan*. apeclflcatlona
In next four weekly issues of and contract For Valuable
minor Pradford document r..I..llv.Ih..r..to Baby
: child. New
consisting of Mel Sargent.W. Next week at 12:13: Rotarians I prlviledRe of being the honeymoon E. C. Knight and her nephew Witness my hand and official ; Telegraph hall publish this County Order I which may b. examinedat

A. Scales E. T. Martin. S. E. will hear John Cooper, District haven for Mr. and Mrs. H. Beanof Ernest Eason from Savannah, da. seal at 8tnrk_, Florida. thin June,'In next four weekly iHMUea, the offlr of the Superintendentof OUt At Our Stare
I 3, 1 ID4D.! Public
: and F. M. Walrath. Jr., Gainesville Good luck to Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Spencer's WItness my hand and official Inatructlon Hturke: Florida
McKay I. or at I the office of lIan'urdv..
Manager for the Bell Telephone (OFFICIAL SEAL! > A.I.: Thomas real at Sturke, Florida, this May :
opened with the regular Rotary I them. lakefront was the setting for a Aa Clerk of nald Court. 87 1949.OFFICIAL.. (loin, Architect, Uulneaville. Florida: '' )
Co., speak on "Co-axial Cables. Mv Haven Oroxhy, I'. C. I (one net of ouch plans. and contract '\'..
aong. Capt. J. J. Watson U.S.A. retired watermelon and swimming party ( KRAI) A. J. Thomas. documenta .
Oreen and forma for
A Following the luncheon a aeries FIVE COMPLETE 8TII GRADE of Colorado Springs, Colo., Sunday evening. Guests were: Ally for I'lf. .io 4t 71TICH By Haven Croaby' D. Court b. secured by Oeneral Contractor eV
i I ... .
IitC..n. from either nf .Id| -
office 7J
Fi..inc ,, .... ..
paused here enroute to visit Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay and inns. Th.e. '
of humoroua speeches were presented Ann Vance Marilyn Rushton > ii.ten National iRnk' 'lI. i "-' by depositing therewith; the t- sun i'of :
by the members. Speakers Frank Walrath III Linda. Walker friends at Daytona Beach. their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Notice I I. h..r..byllv,,n. to all Florida. Jack'onvllle Ten Dollar. <$10) In cash or moneyorder WEAREverything

and subjects Included: :Mayor and Nancy Hurst. completed the Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Beedle H. W. Cherbouny of Rldgefleld .creditor...at. ofv.and. claimant I'.. H.nlth,HKalnet deceased. the Atty. for Plf. 8.3 It '.! upon, which.aubmluwlon deposit will a be bone refunded fide

Frank B. Scott on "Wiggln's Won eighth grade in Keystone School have returned to their cottage at Park N. J., Mr. and Mrs. F. M. that you are to file your,, clnlmH.. In Circuit Court, Bradford County, bid and return of said plane and for the Child
and will to Melrose White Feather Court after Walrath. Jr., Miss Gertrude Hou- duly sworn to, with K. K. Ferry Florida, In huncerr: contract document In good condition
last week a
derful Water B. H. Rose on go man.. County Judge. of Rradford Mayeel O. Hoax Plaintiff, v*. Annie within ten duya after the From Birth to 13 Years Old
Love Life of a Florida Hook High In September. Memorial week-end jaunt to visit ser, Mr. and Mrs... N. A. Parker County. .Florida. within elsrhtmonth Iaurn Voxx Defendant. Case No. dale net for opening the bid. Anyadditional
.
from the firm publicationof sets reriueiited for pur-
friends In St. and their 7333. RONNIEDONNIESTORE
worm" Pat Loudon on ""Explain "WHITE FEATHER" NOTESMr. Petersburg. I daughter Jacquelyn. this notice or name will hn nttr- poe other than the aubmlHHlon of
Friend Capt. Louis A. Golnman of the Dale of red by Htatute of Limitations. Thl Order of Publication and Notice ttpprnr. a bid will be furnished at the actual -
ing Poker Losses To and Mrs. H. Kiel of Kew Siprelle Keystone was June 10th 1941. NTtrK OF KLOHI1" to cot. of duplication but without
Wife" Lindsey Walker "Chang. Gardens, Long Island N. Y., were Indianapolis Ind., Police Dept., among the graduates of Melrose Varnailo. Annie Laura Boxx. whone residence refund.,
WriV.Hln"n and F..It"n In Home 1, flux 10, Wallace, North 228 E. Call Starke
Air In Automobile Tires" and recent guests at the "Court." and his family spent some time High School Thursday June ?. \V. %'arnadoeExecutors.. 417,1In Carolina. : Bidder qualification* must heNatlKfactory
Fuller Fenced the here and expressed plans to come Dale will enter the of You are required to appear on to the Board of Public
'Has Finally
: They :were so Impressed by University rirenlt Cniirt. Intttructlon of Bradford County.
Rr.rtfnrd ('o..t,, July 4, 1949 In the above nam.., I
Them?". Kyle McMutry. "Do You town Keystonlann may soon have back.Mr. Florida in September.The Florlilni In C ...n"..,.. Court and. cause, wherein plnlntlfeeka __ -1
and Mrs. Arthur Sell of Ulno Del Iracn., Plaintiff, vs. Clem. divorce. Bradford. Count ----- --- -
Louisville Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bastedosand daughter I"""" Del CJi-nco, befenrlant.) Ciine. Telegraph shall. publish. this.. Order
Bobbe, spent Sunday In South No. 734S. In next totweekly INHUMM.
Hal Endley of Indianapolis Ind., Order uf Publication. end Notice WItness my hand, and official WANTED 500 SALESMEN
Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. :
are now .5.a. Appear veal at Starke, Florida, this May
OTNGIt a
AMONG enjoying stay.
C AND Fuller Trescas. STATK 1*' FIjOniTJA to: 27, 1949.
Other guests Include Mr. and Clementlnn.. Tiel, ) Oraco whose rexl. (OFFICIAL. 8KAI) A. J. Thomas. .
THM $ YOU HA Vt' Mrs. LeRoy Smith of Charleston, Keystone Inn was the settingfor den' ? and ilIress' I I. Via. rihiMepue. Aa Clerk of "alii Court:
..... a swimming and dinner Vfrdl No. i.p, Mvorno Italv: Yty Haven Croby. D. C.
.- S. C., W. A. Lowder and familyof party You are required, to appear on AU)'. for Tlf. 6-3 4t 6-2, REWAR for
4j8.Xc6'ct'Nt rAST6. Moultrle, Ga., C. M. Merkel and Tuesday June 7, given by Mrs. July I II I, 1949. In the above ".......,1! I ,
Court and. cHum, wherein, plaintiff Call for III..", Notice f.. ContractorNterke. .
Carrie Palmer of Gainesville. Ten
ASK V. P. Moore of Leland Miss., Mr. Meeka.. divorce Bradford County "" Florida BRINGING IN ONECUSTOMER
jh- ... YOtALWAYS and Mrs. Denning New York guests 'all of Gainesville, enjoyedthis TelcarHph shall publlih this Order Sealed biis will be received by
I In next four weekly .laHiie. the l",. ,
affair with their hostess. .rd n( I'll bile Jnotruutlou of
: r() J X BEGR.' City Mr. and Mrs. Gartner of nltnen* my hand and official Bradford County Florida at the
Hyattsville Md., and Mr and Mrs. Registered at the Inn last week 1.Meal ID4D at Htarke, Florida, this June office of the Kuporlntendent. of Pub

H. Talent of Chattanooga Tenn. were: Mr. and Mrs. Talley Mont (OFFICIAl. lAV) A. J. Thnmao. llo up to Instruction 10 o'clock In AM:xtorke., I'.5.T.'td:, Florida'.-. % S To Whom We Sell

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Blt'ha of the gomery of Griffin Ga. :Mr. Montgomery By Haven A.. .Clerk. of saId Court. tuesday, June 22, 1849, at which time
Crosby, D. (J. and
\ Court are entertaining Mrs.Bleha's a cousin of Henry T. Godwin T. Frank I.ilnclrum Starke, Florid. publicly place opened all lda and received read aloud will for lit

sister, Mrs. Grace Servis was an usher for the John' Atty for )'1'. 6-10 4t 7-1 furnIshing all "material and I..huran,1 '. 0T .' Either: Range, Hot
/i\ conxtruftlnK 1U-IU. and her son David of New Jerseyfor son-Godwin wedding on June 11. I.. Circuit fapt.Ur.l ford Comity, rade Mchool for ftvicroeStark .. .
.
Other Florida, In Chnnrery, .. Water Heater Refrigerator
the guests include Florida.
summer. Mrs. Servls will registered : W. M, Dunn., Plaintiff, v.. ret, Any bid received after the peclfled T-- -
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,/ be acting as receptionist at WFC. C. LeRoy Huff Jake Humphrey Dunn. Defendant.. Cause No. 7:112: time and data. 'III'n..e be con : tt4aa .
and E. J. McLean Jr., of Moul Order uf Publication A Notice to KldHred. Heat-
Appenr. "' '''''.: OK KI.OHII t., Each bid must be or
Mrs. Roy H. Browning and Mrs. accompaniedhv
trle, da.. who are connected with I..tn. Dunn whose r.sidence la a certified check or bid bond III
: W. A. Browning of Keystone Airparks the E. F. McLean Engineering Kfiute Von! 2'r..Men reijuired, : the amount of five per vent of the< LI VER
to appear on ha, hid ers:
were hostesses Wednesday ** a* suarante that the bid
Co. and Dr. J. L. June 27, .
Gillson, Du- 194! In the above named awarded the contract, will,
afternoon June 8th at 1:00: o'- Pont Co., Wilmington Del. I Court Meek and cause, wherein plaintiff ,m.lf consecutive calendar; days
r clock for a dessert bridge at divorce. Prartford County after written notice being given of ,,
Mrs. A. B. Watson and Mrs. ;TeleKraph ehull publish: : this Order ouch award enter Into a written
"Skytel. Enjoying this affair In next four weekly ins...*.
W.If. Redfearn had as their Witness my hand and official
I were the Mesdames Pat Fraher, guests over the weekend their sister Peal! nt Starke. Florida, thla May FuN This Beautiful
R. H. Jernecke R. L. Walker 26. 1949
GOOD SeerThe / Thomas Campbell W. J. White- and her husband Mr. and Mrs. (OFFICIAL, SEAL A. J. Thomas. z. 5OVENETTEFREE
$4'C' 9 W. W. Charles of Miami. Wood- As Clerk of acid Court.
sides W. H. Redfearn, J. L. Hill By Haven Crosby D. C.
fin their
Infant
son
accompaniedthem.
.
B. H. Rose H. L. Morgan Jr., Ally for I'lf. 6-27 4t 6-17 '

P. H. Klaustermeyer and Miss, In (Irrnlt Court.: Hradford County,
a. price of beer can be loaded with Gladys Tlllus. Mrs. A. B. Hatson and children Florida I In (:....n"..,.. J


',"f." .. L 01j freight or it can be loaded with! flavor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks of Alfred and Agnes motored to B.Harry Hinrk., A. Dcfendiint.mark' ., plnlntlff Cane :.Vit.v- s.. Cora 7330 PLATt For each customer you

:' 0 rather buy flavor instead of the Inn entertained at a dinner Tucker: Ga.. to be the house Order uf Publication Notice to ,
< If you'd a
1c$ bring in to whom
Apprnr. it'l'A'I'B OF Fl.Olllllt : we
:. freight buy JAX Beer. JAX is| especialI '* party last Tuesday In honor of guests of Mr. and Mrs. George CVra,. B. Htarke, whose. renldonco tol I I.. I I -7 '
South Kinney. Miss Watson will spend )04 Madlaon 1 : EI4STING sell any of the above
I ly tailored to the tasteS of the their granddaughter Miss Joan Street: Wilmington, .

I I 1: I east. And because you don't pay extra Carpenter.Mrs. the summer with the Klnneys who Delaware you in.* require! to appear\ on 4 V JPAN appliances.

\-. .t \ for freight you get FIVE bottles of JAX Ella Bloss Is visiting rel are formerly of Keystone Heights. June Court, 27.and 1949 cause In, the wherein nha.,..plaintiff named,

for the price of FOUR booties of "LongDistance" atlves in Pennsylvania. MISS KENNEDY seekS divorce. Prndford County, A-V EXAMPLE: Mm. lone
Teleitrnph ,, 4CJC
., ; nhi.ll publlnh I 'thl Order 4 ;_ ,
shipped beey.JAX GIRL SCOUT; SlAKE HALE ENTERTAINSITII SHOWERMiss In Witness next four weekly/ :l Issue*, bring In \\\In. Smith who purSE -

Concluding a campaign to raise Madelene Kennedy a .....1 nt IItol'ke.my hand Florida" and, (Ihl.official. .
,. Ji.y fhaHm a range from us. Mrs.
bridesmaid for her Mrs. 26. ,
funds, to be used to defray the cousin
I-IWINB COMPANY. J AC KIO VIllE. r LO 110 l AI costs of this the Tarry T. Godwin who was mar (OFJo'ICIAL SKAT.) A. .1. Thomas, June Hill be given FleEt: one
camp summer A* Clerk of Bald Court. -- .
Girl Scouts will hold a final gal.1 ned Saturday June 11, In the. By Hnven, Cronby. I). r". Our --. O\'motto.
II. H Huncnn.' 1017)I r.vnch Oulldln BurJaryPolicy
Bake Sale at Watson's Grocery .Community.. Church- entertained- ... JackHonvllio; Florida. -
Saturday. June 18th starting at wcanesuay evening, June n, witna Atty. for I'lf. .27 4t 617In

10:30: a.m. surprise miscellaneous showerIn Ircnlf' (.,....;.-HratKord" County,1 'fox To anyone who brings in as many as five customersto
honor of Mrs. Godwin the former Klorldni In t:"........r,.. pays
Build it with Mrs. Marge Tracy Is In Pittsburgh Miss Lucile Johnson. Patrick, J. Miiimhan Plaintiff, v.. whom we sell some appliances. we have an
"'a'I" I i. Alonahiin efendant.. 'CaH 'what
is stolen additional FREE beautiful aluminum
gift
a set
for a month. Summer flowers decorated, the N". 7311, or :
Major and Mrs. Bon F Riden. Kennedy home for the occasion. Order" of Pahllcallon .....1 Nolle* to of .waterless cookware.
Appear. .
MI'tThl OK Floilll .i
our had as their last week- Mr.. H. E. Johnson Marie .
awarded K.
guests : was Monahan Whose lonldenfe
end Major Rldenour's father and a prize for honors In the Jernev I I. 37 :Park How "W.UlnKlon..N..w destroyed. i For the BEST PRICES & the BEST SERVICE

Brother the Rev. H. E. Ridenour, games played. You are required to appear on '

Sr., and the Rev. H. E. Ridenour The bride was the recipient of Court July t and, 11)49) cause In, the wherein above plaintiff,named' Charley E. Johns See SLADE before you TRADE

Jr. On Sunday Rev. Ridenour many lovely gifts. seeks. divorce. Tlrndford County Agency
Jr., conducted services at the Guests present were: Mrs. Lola Telegraph hall publish this Order
In next four weekly l isso's. Phone IS STARKR. FLA.Reprwantlng .
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newly organized First Baptist Johnson mother of the bride the Wltne my hand and official i SLADE GAS CO.

Church of Keystone Heights.The groom's mother Mrs. William 1.enl. 1941.OFFICIAL, at. Htftrke: )Florida this June ,

Mlssea\ Suzanne and Laura Godwin Mrs. W. J. Chandler Mrs. ( PEAt.) A. J. Tkoman,

I Jane Spencer left last Sunday for H. Register Miss Catherine Register Tlr Hnven A Crosby* Clerk p,of r".nald Court (.. ; Two doors from Railroad on Call Street

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Atlanta Ga., where they will be Mrs. Talley Montgomery John J. Henderaon, E.q,, St. Aufftietlne Starke Florida

house guests of their aunt and Mrs. Edward White Mills Mabel Atty. ,for Florida I'lf.. '-3 4t 8-24 THE TRAVELERS Hartford

uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Johnson, Mrs. John B. Livingston e flrtrrflrj4rrs spserSrrrsrr rflrrrrssts-ts

Miss Catherine Heltzman Miss -

I Ida. Gentry Miss Lillian Gentry .

__ GUARANTEED3DAY Mrs. Pat Frnber, Miss Glady TilUs -

__- S a Mrs. Henry Hall, Mrs. Arthur a

1 ;, ; Loudon, Mrs. Tom Whlttlngton ,
Mrs. F. E. SUtch berry, Mrs. W
'
: FARROWING HOUSE w E. Johnson Mrs. O. E. Wiggins, '
I c
Mrs. S. E Kennedy Mrs. Winston
:j! ,
for better pork production f pjiI Fredrlkson and Mrs F. M.\ Wai w ,.
I
rath Jr .


: for convenience, efficiency ond imitation build your dog\ house Merit, >
Notice I I. hereby given thnt the
: of CONCRETE BLOCKS. It will provide dry, warm quarters and County,,, AttHeHHitr of 'r"x..* fltr( Iti"ad. meJ10sr 7 ui/ 3/Yofa/il :

: ii easily kept free 'from poroiitet.There's a sue to fit your needs. ford. I County Florida. will$ meet with
.
t h. ISrl of 1,11"ty Coni in Issionersnf

Phone ......... for complete details. We deliver.: Clerk mild I of County the; Circuit In: the Court office at HtarkeFlorida of the' ,

... :I 10:no o'clock: A.M. July
I SERVICE 4 A.l'. D'I.t, for the purpOH :oih..ar.
r In* ,'coiiipliilnl. and receiving text
I CONCMTI ILOCkS.|..ICIIS'| IAIS Imony aa to the vain of .

: FLOOR. DRAIN AND ROOf Till NICK LINE OF I:pcrtv he Ald, real County or pernoniil.AnMemiiir, a. of'W.rrb'Taxe. : '

I 'c-_ JlLtOY.MIXID CONCRCTf AND CEMENT WATCHES & BANDS on his AMM..H.ment Roll for the yea '
I I'M1) and for the 5iuiaoe, cif 11cr- E
"Hold
fectlnw, : receiving ami, : uIu.atlIIlliCaesa.s.ieni Everything"until
Kuril, .. The' County, Anf -
a MEETS ALL A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS SANDERSWATCH .County. ,,..or of ConunlMHloiiera Tnxe, and, I the may l"i...rd contlnue of. '

REPAIRLOCATE In session. from d ,y to day ff.
for nno week or a.* lima, aa nee

Aiu.is Building Supply, Inc. !) IN HOLLYWOOD eitHitry.All.' penon. owning .property ..ub. get hold of the best ..;

( .tMER.: % Si: GIFT SHOP J.'t to naneHMmvnt In Kradfor, you
1036-1018; W. Main St., South (County Florida, are notified to ,,
Appear at Much meetlnir.. or moot
Call :Strrrt at RailroadSTARKK. legs. to make Much ,complaint tKlve >
GAINESVILLE: FLORIDA Much, teetlmony a. to the vnlnof ..
P.O. Kox 62 :. W1A.I any properly, real or personal' I
Phone 217-218 n* fixed I by the County; Afleaor o#
Tat,..*. hi..
upon Assessment llol
I I a*liven they mny by order delr of the Hoard o' Insist on getting these EXTRA VALUES exclusive to Chevrolet in its field !'
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1 County, CoinmlxNlonerM of Hradfon .
County. Florida. Jun 5. A r). 1H49
10lllclni -\. J. 'l'homns. WORIO'S CHAMPION CIITI-SA'I INCH WIOI-IASI WHEELS CUIVID WINDSHinOFAMOIAMIC
1 I Ii 8110218117| Clerk., VAIVI-IN-HIAD INttlNIth HTDIAUIIC StAkES (wMi Ijifm '.w.Pr...ur. hess) wiek. vMiciirrroupplylng

MAMMOTHEverything In Circuit (",...t. Hradfurd Tounty. .ntoaafTlclant: Newer plant' llwfMtUnt (wltk OuM-Ufe IrvctUserake tile wtdoit rUSS In the ontlro lowprMAold That. tr. lilon whlcn .moanaontra
........ ufxy o>.Iu..i.-Jo Cnovralot its
Florid.I, In ( ,. i)&the Irani tar'Uw!mtu try.mHH Unhtfji. ) providing' groilw ndootibility.nSMU .
.lame p. Falloiie' Plaintiff vs." Ann flold.IXTtA
F. Fulaune, Defendant.,:: : ?'ase Nil. BOOT Muring iwinw. Idly, Mono for you and. UNISTIIL
134?. your family. ICONOMICAi
Order ., .................... notice STYLING AND LUXIMY lOST eONSTSJUCTION TO OWN-OPIIATI-
t. found MMwhar. .only an higher prk 4snniNa ION IST, HIAVIMT CAK with, sled woldod tejtool, all around you
BTVTB. OF PPpM> lo, ...... IN ITS rlllO, for majiimum ioliil.ly.i .ouWnoot and MAINTAIN
Ann ... Falion. whoa reldenco', lintisddrps wtoty. and brlnalng you nwo cheat' you tr do(
with WIDIST ItlAD, .. wellliving :
I lee ChovnloU ers'naot t wanttdutodi -'ss or
I* 70 Klnit .
street: Water- CINTII POINT
STORE to"'n.11..h".tt.; moro mom rnoro) rtdlm-comfort
,- Ton aro required !to appear on Mug mailmum Hearing. aua withouttatlguo ...... rosi-sts.din..e. end "" .Iy. !! !!
"car wandai" and found .'IMwnar -
July II. 1949.! In the above na",1, or
1. Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff *only on ooolliar car*. t.

1.f Telrirraph Meek. dlvorco.shall publish Bradford this County Order

f WIDE In n-xt four weekly loane. ,
WItn** my hand and official
Meal ,at ritarke Florida, this June
I 1. 1 15411
(OFFICtAT PAt: ,) A. J. Thomas .
A* Clerk of said Court
By Haven Croby, n .
SALE! T Prank I.nnrtrum, taf ,, Florida. .
Atty for Plf. .10 4t 7-1


4iLkLk; !! 1U 3 Big Days IV 4.nl.si.Pi.ORit cmcriT. -rorHT.$ sennpnRn IY VM'W.rFutv. _

!
I John K. Wi>rdale.. Jr.. Plaintiff. v..

i I Juno 16-17-18 II No.Anita OROF.TnIP 714 R. W..r.dal' PI'Tll.TOATtON.., Uefondant. ('a..


ASH NOTTE TO APPRAR
STATK r>P FLORIHA Inf.
Anita It. IVorndalo, wh.... realdence -
and address la I3X-10 Und
I I I t.O>one I'ark 17. Now York;
Goesc Ton, era required. : to appear an ,
July II. 114. In the abovo named :
Court and ..au.., wherein plaintiff The HooalM Do lass 3.Door$sdWh'e 145054 Si SP __
Held Back!
Nothing sacks. dl"o.,,.. Bradford County -. J
Telecraph shell publish this Order
HVRHYlJUk la neat four weekly laaueo.
Wltnoeo HIT band and official ...1
neal I at dtarko, Florida, this Jun. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
at Stor For 4-Pag* 7. tltl
Sal Cab OFFICIAL EAL) A. :J. Thorn
I Special Aa Clerk of said CoOrS
Ry Mecca Cror.ur,
PrIce List D. C.
T .Frank. I"not'llm. Starko. ..Iorl..... STARKE FLA. -
Atty. for flf. '-!, 4t T-l ,








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FRIDAY JUNK IT. 1949 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.8TARKC.. FLORID. PAGE SEYETf'
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e e e iMate . e e Wit Church enjoyed a little Nelson Moore, $3000 permit to
At The TabernacleMiss Methodist ChurchF.TIIER'S :
at the home of their teacher.partY'1 I
T ; move a cabin from Kingsley Laketo
FarmBy Brooker L. L Parker,
Phyllis Martin was the DAY OBSERVANCE ;: Thursday Christian Street to remodel Into -
Outdoor were
games
capable Leader for the Youth Families are asked to sit together )1.... Bryan Whltfteli*. By Iva Mae Lewis a home.
all. After an hour of fun and I
Meeting Saturday night. The award during the 11 o'clock hourIn S e e e. e. a e. laughter cold drinks and cookie I I A 2-story building adjacent to

given for learning and cor- observance of Father's Day. We DKSSKItT BRIDGE TARTY .UIRTIIU..RTY. were served. 'Church of Christ on McMahon

; rectly reciting the Books in the know of no better way to honor "A Bouquet of Summer Flow- ]' Mrs. B. J. Lewis honored her !Mrs R. F. Gano spent SaturdayIn Street $3000 permit.

e ten divisions of the Bible, was our fathers than to spend this er.'' was the decorative motif used son, Allen, on his sixteenth birthday Jacksonville.
earned by Miss Edna Noegel.! The by Mrs. L. F. Chapman when she Wednesday night at the Community '
hour In church. Wear a rose In Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Dukes I' ASOTT' Ii,
Baptist Church Christian Church gift was a Christian story book. honor or In memory of him. The entertained the State Farm Center. A large crowd at- and daughter, Juanita and Mr.
Several other young people are Club her home last tended. lie received useful CHRIS
sermon subject for this hour will Bridge at I many Jeffarda, of Stelnhatchee visited
"Following Jesus Afar" will Sunday morning message will be working on this lesson. be "Father, the Priest In the Thursday afternoon. There were gifts. The guests enjoyed playing Mrs. Florence Varnadoe last week. 666

be the sermon message by the delivered by L. ('. Chapman, Supt. Regular services have continued Home.' As we sit together In Interesting arrangements of a ,several games, after which refreshments &FEVER
throughout the week with the ex- church, variety of blossoms and the tallies of cake and cold end.We
Rev. Lewis D. Holnes, at of the State Prison as guest we worship our Heavenly I are sorry to report that L.
pastor speaker. Subject: "Fathers Past ception of Sunday evening when Father.' were In keeping with the drinks were served. Those present A. Brown is confined to his bed Mahiir
the First Baptist of Starke, thin and Present. I the Tabernacle congregation attended At the 9 o'clock) hour Sunday chosen theme as were the wrap- were: Gerald Gay, Betty Long sick,

Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. 7 p.m. Young People's hour. I the LeTourneau meetingat evening the Intermediates will pings of lovely prizes. The a- Helen Barry, E. W. Hodges. Harry
With the revival continuing to the Daniels Tent.A wards were made as follows: for Edwards, Ned Hicks Francis
bring us echoes from the Chris,
be great blessing with Evening sermon by the pastor, beautiful concert of sacred high score, to Mrs. H. M. Rlch- Barry, Jackie Green, Lavern Building Permit
a nearly tian Adventure Camp. These are
J. B. Dixon. subject: "The Coast : arde; for second high, to Mrs. C. Hodges, Meed Lewis, Earnest CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
100 professions of faith and hun- songs! solos. Instrumental numbers -
our young people: let us give Building permits have been issued
of Men of
The Faithfulness a
I
M. and In to Mrs. Douglas, Jackie Dyal. Arthur Kel-
dreds of rededications of life, the Fowl.! etc., was presented Tuesday them a hearing. Turney bingo by the City of Starke to:
last week of services at the Big evening by three young ladles Tom Conners. Prior to the game ley, Elbert Mott, Edith Fowler" ,
Bible school 10 a.m. Sunday School begins at 9:15: : Mrs served Ice Mary Joe Green Bobby Dyal,,
Tent begins this Sunday night. from Asbury College, Wllmore, Chapman cream
Tuesday night training for ser- each Sunday morning; Let us keepup I
and cake. Thomas Hamilton, James Hamilton. -
Services at the church will be ICy These charming young peo-
vice. our attendance at Sunday
neld In tho morning only with the ple have banded themselves to- Julian Green. Marshall Mott, EXPERT
Wednesday night prayer meet. School during the summer. In an exchange of visits, Mary Eldrldge Hays N. G. Hays, Pete
choir under the direction of Mrs. gether as the "King's Carolers"
Ing, Bible study. The MYF meets at 7 o'clock Rivera Stubbing of Stark and Hicks, Iva Mae Lewis.
Lucille Green and Mrs. Mona and during vacation go from ad/
Sunday Frances CAldwell spent Sundayand .
Canova at the organ I I place to place singing to the gloryof evening. Monday Mrs. Cnsale Laramore and
together.
School meets 9:45 St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. God and giving their testi Prayer Is Important. The mid-
Sunday at
: daughter of St. Petersburg spent
monies. Their coming was a real week prayer service meets at 8 M-Sgt.; and Mrs. Martin Grlnev
with departments. and classes for B. E. Simmons. K. I).. Vicar treat to the congregation at the o'clock Wednesday evening. and their cons Martin, III and last weekend here.
all ages.A Sunday, June 19th: Harold, of Little hock Ark., arrived Mrs. Mann Hazen visited Mr.
Tabernacle. The Trio left Wednesday There Is a prayer service In the
cordial Invitation Is again extended 8 a.m. --. Holy Communion. morning for Jacksonvilleand Junior Department at 9 o'clock Sunday to spend'helr vacation and Mrs. Vascoe Hnzen and ('hll-I I o o

to all to worship at the 9:43: a.m. Summer Session of other points In the State and Tuesday morning! under the sponsorship with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. CSrl- dren In Starke Sunday
Starke First and to the Church School. I ner and with other relatives In Friends of Mr. and Mrs M. .
Baptist join will return for the Youth MeetIng of the Spiritual Life Department -
11 a.m. Morning Prayer and Lake Butler Mott will be glad to learn that
the' hundreds who fill the tent at the Tabernacle Saturday of the Woman's Society.A .
sermon by the Vicar. night. welcome awaits Come Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Williamsand they are home out of the hospital.Mrs. .
each night to hear Dr. Daniels In for you. Mott Is still confined SERVICEChas.
The church is open dally Those who missed these fine and worship with us.CIlt'RC" children of Milton were visit to herb PHARMACISTPhone
powerful soul-winning messages. prayer and meditation. will have ors of Mr and Mrs. J. L. Williams d,. She will be at home to
singers Tuesday night ( from friends and relatives at the homeof C.
until Sun-
'" another opportunity to hear them. : NOTICE: Wednesday 64 STARKE
j her son, J. R. Mott.

FIRST BAPTIST ClnJRCStarke' I CONG RELATIONAL The Church of Jesus Christ of day. by They M....were. J. C. Williams accompaniedhome who Large crowds from here are attending ShepherdAt On-the-Minlt Service

Rev. Lewis D. Values" Pastor METHODIST CHURCH Latter Day Saints will hold Sun- will also visit relatives In Panama the Baptist Revival each Gay's Service Station DAY & NIGHT
day School In the USO buildingon in Starke.
." Services every first and third City and In Mobile. Ala. before night
,
I'Saturday Temple Avenue every Sundayat returning home. Mrs. J. B. Segree I Edith Fowler Helen Barry and
!. The Heart of Town And la TIle Heartsof night Sunday morningand 10 a.m. A cordial invitation
Sunday night, 11 a.m. and of Macclenny was an additional Harry Edwards I"ft'ednellday I
The People" la extended to all. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Williams
8 p.m. at Congregational Metho- for DeLand to attend the Florida

die Church on Brownlee Road.- CATHOLIC CHURCH Saturday.Mr. Baptist Assembly CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION
A Southern Baptist Church For All People Rev. Ernest Griffis, pastor. and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland Francis Barry spent last week
., ." Sunday Sunday Mass School 10 11 a.m.a.m. and their' sons Wayne and A. C. In Leesburg. | I AMOCO: Gas & Oil Electric Weldin

Moralng 'onhlp11:00: Happy Hour SM: PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Jr.. were dinner guests of Mr.
Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. Mrs. J. W. Thomas was In Wanning Greasing 11.-, Tube' attl'rle.'re
10th St. and Ave. and Mrs. Lester McClellan in
Sunday School 9:43: Training Unlou-8:45: Temple Gainesville shopping Thursday Hold on BUDGET) : FLAX.PHONE .
Sunday School 9.43: : a. m.i; MornIng dayBible Lawtey Sunday.Mr. .
Midweek Service Wrrfnetday 8:00 t ;M. Study Is every Wednesday Charles Hutchison and Fred 147 FOR SERVICE
Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic at 7:MS .) and Mrs J. O. Randall, Jr., Tyler of St. Petersburg spent last
.: Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone and family of Jacksonville were weekend with Malcolm Lewis and
Morning, Sermon by Pastor: Following Jesus Afar" welcome. CHURCH OF GOD guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ran : Claude Crosby. HIDE FLORIDA GREYHOUND BUSSES;;

Evening Service In BIG TENT On School Grounds CHURCH: OF CIIRIST. Rev. I* S. Williams Pastor dall Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Shine Mott and SPEED SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMYLEARN :
8th &: St. Clair Sta. With their visitor, Mrs. K. W. I children visited Mrs. Reta Brownof

r REVIVAL CONTINUES NIGHTLY Bible Church School Service 10 11 a.m.a.m. Sunday Sunday i Sunday School 10 a.m. Parks of) Lake Worth, Mr. and : High Springs Sunday evening. \ TO FLY the easy icay. Pay as
i Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Mrs. W. a. Strlngfellow and Mlsn Carolyn Ielley, Betty Raborn
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" Evening Service 7:43-: p.m; Sun- 'Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Melba Stringfellow spent the past and Earnestlne RUSH were In {you learn. Special charter trips and sightseeing -\

day. Y. P. E Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. weekend at the Weeks' cottageat Tallahassee on a Short Course for Phone 147\\
-- --- trips by appointment.
.._ .__.
-' -- Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. Kingsley Lake. Mrs. George the 4-H Club last week.
ManasHa and children of 'Green Mrs. Guy Harrell was In Gainesville
.
Cove Springs also enjoyed this shopping Thursday.

outing. Mrs. Ave Lee Young! and Fran
: He ililhf/-l New RiverAND For" the past ten days Mr and cis Hollingsworth of Lake City

Mrs. G. K. Crews have had as visited !Mrs. Guy Harrell Saturday fcSTERNVTO
LONG BRIDGEBy
heir visitors Mrs. Calvin Williams afternoon. SIN
;- Mr E. A. Sapp and her daughters of Albany Maryland Crosby of Tallahnsnce 1sI1It &SSOC\Ml\ STOW.Hom .

1/JeSffire f . ,. Gil., and Mrs. John A. Rob Is visiting her parents. Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs Herbert Andersonof ertson of Columbia, Tenn. En Mrs. II. B. Crosby, during her

I DeLand visited Mr. and Mrs. route from Alabama to their hotnd vacation. ._.Ownt<* pnd{ Qperqtal by
/own Ira Merritt last Sunday. In Miami. Mr and Mrs. C. If. Hop. Udlne Crosby of Greenville ,Is

in Mrs. Tom Hodge and children linger were also Sunday guests of visiting relatives here for a few J. F. JAUDON

it Archer were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Crews. days.Mrs.
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R.V.. Brannen Kermit Sikes of High 115 West Call St. Starke, Fla.
Obey
Moody Sunday.
visited relatives In Pahokee and Springs visited her ulster, Mrs,

returned Mr. and to Gainesville Mrs. Charley Cowen I Okeechobee Saturday and Sunday. Dave (Green Friday Complete line Auto Acces.' .oriey! Tires! .>.
Sunday and They were accompanied by Jack Mrs. Earl: Green and children
liatleries Outboard Motors Fishing
1 It's back to school for Mr.
again and Mrs. Earnest Edwards and
Cowen. They have been visiting Nelson Jacksonville.and Miss Pauline Brannenof on were In Gainesville shopping Tackle KudioH Bicycles And Hundred

M. L. Johns and family of other items .
Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Davis, Jr.. Friday
Harold Sapp of Jacksonville of Gainesville spent the weekend The Little Workers of the Bap

visited Mr. and Mrs. E. A Sapp with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North. .
last Wednesday Mrs. J. C. Wallace was In Jacksonville ---

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll and on two occasions duringthe

children and Mr. and Mrs Pete week. Thursday. evening she SHOP & SAVE AT YOURJITNEYJUNGLE

Sapp of Jacksonville visited Mr. attended the dance. revue in which

and Mrs. I. W. Merritt Sunday. Nancy Mynlhan was a talented

George Richendollar and son, participant and Monday evening
Norman, went to Jacksonville on "The Whole Town's. Talking" u
business Monday. play sponsored by the A Y A. Joan

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hammockand Mynihan played an Important role

daughter, Betty of Jacksonville In this performance.
V Mr. and Mrs. F:. H Iteglstwr'
I were guests of Mr and Mrs
. Bud and Miss Catherine Register of I
j Moody Sunday

I eA.'S t b visited Mrs. Pledger Mrs. Johns'Johns"mother and children, Mrs. Mra.Miami J. were Q. Godwin guests Thursday of Mr. The and Free Delivery Phone ,,2 31

Registers and Mr. and Mrs. Godwin -
: N. A. Conner, at Midway Monday
GOOD 'Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Granger were Godwin-Johnson among those attendingthe wedding SPECIALS FOK FRIDAY & SATURDAY JUNE: 17 & 18

have returned home after a threeweeks'
which was an Important event In
4A visit with relatives and
Keystone Heights Saturday after
friends in North
Carolina.
noon, June 11.XU""I POTATOES
Mrs. Wllbert Mann and childrenof C-R-I-S-C-O
OIl ::
Ocala were of Mr. and
guests The ball point |>en the
R -- ; Mrs. Lester Johns Tuesday night worn ualtl for WATER:

!A Wednesday.. MAN'S, with long-life cartridge.In Ib. Can 89c 10 lb. - - 42cPLANTATION'
Mrs. Cleo Andrews and children beautiful color Only 'l.SiimU l. 3 - -

and mother, Mr. Della Thomas, .size, just right for ladledhandhug. .

visited Gus and Lucian Thomas of Bradford." County
Fort Myers last week. Telegraph.
:;
Mr. and Mrs. James Lavenderof

y rn Gainesville were dinner guestsof i HI-UP FLOUR
"'f' i Mr. and Mrs. Ira Merritt Mon WELDING MEAL or GRITS I

I
day.Mrs.
r M 'h Ragan Pace of Fort Myer t .
,, rL
t "16he... was visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. : ; t 25 lb. Bag - 1.89

j Q 6.ti o\d\ ,,,.... Turner last week. ,r I 51b. - - 23c

I Mrs. Lou Mackey of Daytona
pius tax and Mrs. Robbie Addison, of Miami c !I

visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banks

.I I 01'1' Tuesday. BLUE ROSE RICE IILUE PLATE
.
Mr. and Mrs.
Romey Johns of
.
-s\.ASKI.D We offer tile people f Starke
Jacksonville were guests of Mrs.
> S\.I.S\ Johns' mother, Mrs. Belle Johns, : MAYONNAISEPint
.PReIStR Sunday. ..ad'le.IIlItJ' one of the maetlIIod. .
2 lb. 25c
- -
Talk about cruising down the .... and fIt equipped
river on a Sunday afternoon but Jar 44c
- -
O1't Tires Ethan Sapp went cruising up welding shop anywhere.All .

For newer cars, I,In the air Monday a m. He and
Work GuaranteedSMITH'S
Shorty Libby started to Valdosta

__ I IEveryt"ing G.... by plane Monday and Ethan's B-A-N-A-N-A-S
stomach took a looptheloopafter GARAGEAND

tire do : ho had only traveled a few: Fresh TOMATOES
a can
mile. and Mr. Libby had to land MACHINE SHOP

it Lake City and let his ''passen Ave. Stark 3 lea r-- r r r r 25c

A NOT this Super/cushion ..does_ BETTER! :gee plane out ride Better Ethan.luck on your next i I Temple 2 lb. rrrr rr rr 17c


That's right-Sup.r-Cuahion outperform conventional

tiro. IA TWELVE important ways! Com in and Ut uwork

out. softer a trad Sapor-Cushion deal foe your TirM pneal will fit your tit**.wheels Th.abiggvr. .. HEAR DR. E. J. DANIELS COTTAGE CHEESE Fresh Dressed & Drawn


but THIS male your' car rid lefts than awl |-(NOTICE! There. will hf NO evening service Sunday night .

.-- at eight o'clock.) 1 lb. Jar - 22c FRYERS lb. - 49c

,
Car Caravan Will Leave Church Promptly at 7:15: p.

EASY TERMS DRIVE IN. TRADE IN NOW. m. Everyone Is Invited To Attend The Tent Meetingin

. ..- ,,
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SERVICE CENTERState I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton Fresh HAMBURGER Center Cut PORK CHOPS



I Road 200 (U.S. 301)) at South City Limits 11:00 a. m.:Bob"Two Gray Sinners Pastor At Church" Per lb. - 39c Per lb. - 63c

t Seeber D. Goodman, Owner Starke, Florida 10:00 a. m.: Bible School


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPn.!:
8TAHKE. FLORIDA
PAGE EIGHT _
un H FRIDAY. JUNE 17,1 "u.....'"
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Legion Auxiliary carry sandwiches.An Are You Wondering How( To Entertain The Kids This Summer? Counselor, Recent DeedsThe ond part: fractional lot In Elk

l'" To Meet Tuesday Invitation Thomas was Wright.received Metric fron' Then Let Them Enjoy The BHS Library Story Hour And Activities The many friends of Rev. C. B. 19 In the City of Starke. ,
Mrs.
th, North will be pleased to know following; deeds have been H. H. Adams and wife, Norma
In
: American Legion Auxiliary Post President, to take part the Vet e. Dust.and cobwebs won't have a that he was appointed pastor of recorded In the County Court Jean to Sunseal Lab., Inc. of
held at .
be
house/ to
.
open chance to accumulate in the attractive house.A
Bradford Co. SE
It r Corner
M will hold Its regular monthly eruns" Hospital In Lake City o n BHS library this summers the Worthington Charge In Union lot at
Warranty deed between Call and Broadway.K. .
*nm>tlng Tuesday night, June 21 June 28-27, and many member and the only "Insects' In evidences County for the next year.A Roy
f" at 8 o'clock In the Legion Hull. arc planning to go and aid In thl be bookworms who have access large number of people from M. Ward, wife Frances Ward, J. T. Crew. of Bradford Co. to

At the last. meeting on May 17 program.The to the library facilities during Lawtey attend the Daniels revivalat M. Hembree and wife, LouverneW. Clifford B. Browning of Starke:
: charter for the unit wa I I the vacation months. Starke each night. The Baptist Hembree W. H. Edwards. Jr. the NE 1of the NW 1-4 of
! plans were made to aid the cripl signed after which the secretarj, qpx i iy bus makes the trip each night Sect. 21, Twp. 6 S, R 21 E, containing
Under the new program of summer and wife Eula M. Edwards of
>fod chljdrena clinic and >several> to secure the signature xt to take those who do not have : 40 acres.
,j wall requested school activities, the school! Bradford County and R. C. Horne
I members carried out thin project, of the Pont Adjutant and,I library ,will be the center of a I transportation., and wife Esther 1 K. Horne of Madison I W. A. Dryden of Starve to John
handling the clerical wont helpIng forward same to Delartml'nlHeadquarter t well-planned program designed to County and the said Roy M j O. Pleffer and Ceo A, Uaae of
I with the children, and serving give children and 'adults too, who NOWf The hull point pen the Ward J. M. Hembree W. H. Edwards Starke: 23 acres more or less In
I dunks and imndwiches for lunch.It All eligible members are inviteeto I stay In town this summer, something uorM Halted for \\'ATKKIMAX'S Jr., and R. C. Horne as copartners SW corner of SE 1-4 of SW1 1-.
.1 was reported by health author- I attend and enjoy the fun amrefreshments' d I to do. other than alt around + t :'\ ullh Inng-life, cartridge and doing:; business under of Sect 15, Twp. 6 S, R 22 E.
I ltl*. that around 300 persons were at the meeting nex t and wish they were at the beach. In beautiful color.. Only I S''I. the firm and style name of Hem-
, present at the clinic for lunch, In- Tuesday: Miss Audrey Newman, personable I Small!' size, just right for ladle bree's, parties of the first part All limb. of office. Niipplle.
dxxfmg'! parent and children BITS librarian who will remain t I!httnilhag. Bradford County and Sunseal Lab., Inc. a Corp. typewriter ribbon, carbon iaiwr.etc | .
Plenty of sundvtlchea were on on duty all summer Is cur- Telegraph. duly organized, party of the sec- Bradford County Telegraph
hand, with about 100 to spare
rently entertaining youngsters
i :Bach member of the Auxiliary rs'pended rather will) BI'IrN'lulo|>| a gift t during the morning hours with a -
to the request that all from Alvarez More.Gigantic .
stories
program/ of. records
... games, and special events Mothers -'
I : :' :'-. : : Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
'' '- who don't know what to do '
with bored youngsters during va- The aftriu'thf tills Library "|m<'lotis and vlell! lighted, I I.* tinrvn- '

.t cation time are Invited to let the tpr of a program of activlties during the summer months.. Adults, a<*
w"e'ekl 3IIS librarian help solve the problem Hell a-4 students, are ln\lted to take advantage of the library faHll-
Closing .
[ by giving the children something tI. ...

I : entertaining and con truc-
ive to do those BHS Nine Has Good First Season
: during long vaca- WIN
We Have Saved The Best tion hours o tireJackpot

The following schedule la being I 1'| '*88 1 fH !
BEST MUSIC' BEST FILMS = carried outsMondays: i r

and Wednesdays:
::0-
BEST MESSAGES Grades 1 to 3, from 10 a.m. to !

5n noon.Tuesdays and Thursdays: / / B ,

Friday (June 17)), 7:30 I'. M. Grades 4 to 6, from 10 a,m.' to 1"
noon.

Double Feature Youth Service 55 Fridays: Grades 1 to 6, from With every purchase or repair job at Hurley Strong, Jewelersyou
10 a,m. to noon.

Color Film On "Mother And Home" ri: !Iolhers'with children In these t,, will be given numbered ticket, regardless how small or

: : age groups are advised to clip
Lasts for 01) ml mi I,.... HIM modern, appliiatlon Both. young Mff this achedult for future reference.Tho large the purchase.On .
and I old. will enjoy it. > ti a
BHS library, which now occupies J ,

SERMON: ",,, Love ,With And Married .y,. second. spacious floor of quarters the high on school the L N each Saturday night at 7 o'clock we will draw out

building, contains around 1,800
To The Wrong Sweetheart"r volumes. A total of 2,500 volumes Although they lost to Sebrlng-12-5 In the first round of the State of the box the winning number.There .
Is needed if BHS Is to meet Class B Tournament In Avon Park Tuesday fans consider that BHS
Dr. Daniel. will deliver a brief nieHMage.. love, courtship, (I'
requirements of accredltazatlon In
has had a successful baseball season considering that this is the
and .aerial problem. for young people. It It. dramatized. A very will be given Watches Diamond Rings Clocks Giftsof
the Southern Association, and it Is away
Hit: bill In offered. to the young .person of marriageable age first year the school has attempted to field a team.
'
who thin heart o believed that this goal will be In 'spite of the of suitable to BE PRESENT.If .
ran slap through IIvenire -atlrring sermon. TJ reached next fall handicap having no place practice all kinds at different drawings. YOU MUST
since Bradford Park in the of rehabilitation
A party will "be given for all young .people from IS through; was process the team number is called the prize will be
3O at the clone.. of this. service. The Important part played by ended the regular season with a record of 4 wins and 3 louses, and I you' are NOT present when your
enE the library in the life of the high went on to the Class B, District championship by Green.
000 school student was shown by a defeating carried over to the next week. A REAL JACKPOT! The repetitionof
Cove Springs and Fletcher (Jacksonville Beach).

EXTRA SPECIAL FOR Saturday (June 18)), 7:30 P.M. 9 questionnaire school[ term by answered 226 students.during the A Members of the squad, pictured above, are (front row left to the radio program "Jackpot Prize" right here in Starke. DON'T

total of 122 said they used the right): Johnny Kopelousos rf; Delano Thomas, Ib; Frank Dryden, cf;
Hey. Daniel. will deliver 1.ls fantouH. message. on MISS ITI!
( library an average of five timesa Jack Eaves, ss; James Phillips If; Bert Newcomb, 2 b; Paul Carter

e How To Be Happily Married week, 29 said they made an 2b. Second row (left to right): Coach Dutch Funderburk; Clayton

w average of 10 visits per week, 11 Strickland 3b; Jimmy Godwin 3b; Arlie McRae, rf; Jack Wainwright F.

a A message needed by every married couple made 15, and two students reported c; Jack Hazen p; Glenn Conner rf. Harley StrongYour
and those who expect to someday be married. a weekly average of 20

en 0 Guaranteed to perpetuate the honeymoon cure visits. .. Mrs. W. H. Jones and family of
O divorce bring: happiness. In the number of books read St. Augustine Other guests! of Leading Jeweler

:: This lecture has revolutionized the lives of thousands during the school term the largest Lawtey the Hills on Sunday were Mr. and
Starke Fla.
of couples. percentage of students, 118.rl'ported Mrs. Bill Wainwright and familyof 137 Wl Call St. ,
U] By L. H. Patch .
of 10. Two
an average Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Nel- .
a If you are happily married come and remain so; students, probably the same two 5 . . . son Blocker and son of Atlantic I
W if you are not come and learn how to be. who said they visited the library ....LT..o
At the annual Conference of Beach.
.. ..
=< -ALSO: A Great Religious Film. 20 times a week reported reading the Florida Methodist Churchesthe I Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby of w --

UJ 110 books during the term. Ten Rev. W. C. Glddings was ap- Greensboro were visiting Mr. and CAMP WRECKING CORPCAMP BLANDINGSEASONED
000 student>> replied that they regularly Pastor of the Futeh ARMY
pointed Lawtey Mrs. L. H. Saturday night.
.dW read magazines\ offeredby Methodist Church. Rev. and Mn Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mrs. .
Sunday (June 19)), 7:30: 111.. the library.Presbyterian. here Sunday and
Giddings were Grace Browning are attending
::3 uTile Greatest Question Confronting The I conducted services. They moved summer school at the Universityof LUMBER
Church into the Parsonage last Tuesday Florida during this term. They
51 World J. W. Gill Jr., and Miss Peggy are both teachers In the Lawtey
Today"Thl Morning worship at 11 a.m. Mr. Miller and Mr. and Mrs Laverne Junior High School.

message. I I.* needed by all, anti would nolle every Kaufman in the series of Sermons Ashley of Jacksonville /were guestsof The Misses Ann and Linda Car 7' Lengths-2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 2x33,,2x10 $40 M
CJ problem of the world' heeded. Rev. and Mrs. Giddlngs on Sun- ter visiting their brother-in-
every person over If It on "Heroes of Faith" will discuss are I $50 M'2x6's8',9',14'
Z will b.. followed by a great film. the life of Saint Paul. Sunday day and attended church here. I law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Wes-I 2x4's-12', 14' .

.o.., 000 School at 9:43.: Last Sunday saw Dr E. J. Daniels, who Is con- ley Arwood In Key West this !! S$50M
00( several visitor from other states ducting a revival In Starke at- week. !I .S

Monday (June 20)). 7:15: P. M. and a very active interest In the tended' church at the Baptist The Garfield Evans SubDlst.I I $50 M
M .
.
lasses for each age group. Church here last Sunday. He wan Union of the MYF met In the 2x8's-12',14' .
d "Super-Surprise Service" the guest of Rev G. V. Lee and Lawtey Methodist Church last $25 M &
The Friendship Class for men family.Mr. PINE FLOORING -1x3, 1x4 upSPECIALNc.
Monday evening. Young people
and women was well attended last
All members of all of the cooperating" ihiurhe. .* uponitnrlng Sunday. The men of the class and Mrs. J. W. GUI Sr., from Starke Waldo and Lawtey 1 OAK FLOORING. ONLY $155 M !
1 hi* meeting are ankeil to be present. A special "...v..rynmbo'r" will serve the ladles a dinner at and Mr. and Mrs. O G. Glddings comprise the members of the district. .
roll cheek service will .be conducted.No Hawkins of Waldo
Jacksonville Rev. Harry
'of were visiting
Gold Head Branch State Park thisFriday PICNIC IN YOUR
one> should IIIH| .* till. ftertlce. You have never heard night at 7 o'clock. and Mrs. C. W. Giddings last was elected president of the union ATTIC
anything like It .before.' You'll laugh and cry. Your life will The Junior Fellowship will meetIn Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Giddings, for the ensuing year. Other officers 3 Inch OWN YARD !
I.m made over attain by the truth of thin. nieHage. Sr., are the parents of Rev. Old- elected were: Miss Idell FANS
the Chapel Sunday flight at
dings while Mr. and Mrs. Gill are Durban vice-president; Miss Ruby PICNIC TABLES
.
---000 :30.: All Junior-Highs are Invited. SOIL
the parents of Mrs Giddlngs. Green of Starke, treasurer. Rev

Tuesday (June 21)), 7:45: P. M. o -John Warren Kaufman Pastor Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill nad as Giddings was selected .MYF pas- 36 inch - 29.75 $2.75 Up ...
NOTICE their guests last Sunday Mr. and tor and Mrs. Hawkins of Waldo PIPE

"Startling Things I Heard And Saw While b i _' I
32.75
-- - -- ----------00 42 inch - ,
Rev. E. R. Bowers of Beauford

Investigating c Grove Baptist Church will fill the of PharmacyUNSEEN .2 9 eft.
Knowledge
pulpit at the Pine Level Churchon 72 inch"_ 84.50

The Negro Who Claims To Be God" Sunday, at both morning and
evenIng services The
regular BUT ESSENTIALTO OVERHEAD
|jt Krgro known a* Father Divine y pastor> Rev. W. E. Hall has beenon
'nut To be Christ returned to sick leave the past two weeks EVERY PRESCRIPTION SPECIAL LIGHT
> earth; To hate fifty million FIXTURES GYPLAP
>bo worship him as pal; To have C'rovena 4-Circuit Plug
angel, resurrected alnt. ., r Complete with m...1
;
perform more miracle* In ono W.C.T.U.ONGKKSSM Fuse Cutouts .ba.. and. whit "lat. WALLBOARD

my than C'hrlnt performed during 4 dY (' :'\ : .W RKYSON:'\ !HAH glob appro 1 13" per r
: .
III* entire li ad.IMnlel. lifetime, even to ralsl g at 5A Re -IK THE Wl7ItCII I'EOI'LF.II'OULD s&S"sV.Mias awwawr- S sV eaern!t6f \\Ide range nf 1.39 mtr. di$2.5/0 thoas.ad

spent a week In his to STAY AWAY FROM { q r i it other. aloes $1.65 ea UnMmmod at $19.00 pr MCELOTEX
lallcil hl'avens. Interviewed the r, TilE BOOZE JOINTS:'\ THEY
j-hrlst 't 13 In>iir-., talked to NEGRO WOULD HAVE TO CXOSK
prepl,, who ilalme-l they had becnWORSHIPPEO h C" TIIEIR DOORS PRONTO: :" beet b1el: Benches
1 front the d<,td. lie has writ- as OQ + (.'LOUJDGOOIJ NEUS) ioil w c.ilise TOILETS
Maas large chapter book Vi" thick.*** epee60D
lhi> movements lie will \ >' 1' thickMU I Ira. I2.) ... 5e ft. Flush Valve
went what heaand heard In a La m k"Ile far theatres,
$100
1fli. almimt untelleveble IIII-M. "r1 1. I Included I charch.seech.. ... -
I ge Tuesday nlKht. June 21, at fr t r Millwork Vitreous chi.... Have
1 |7.45 P. V. G I IR' h r. m a. Sloan-type ,
HART :' .. Flush .01... ROLLER CONVEYORS
E .' DOUBLE
--.0(10.( HUNG
1I11'ednewday $12.50 Far aaty handling .. base, lumber
(June 22)), 7:15 I: P. M. FURNITURE CO.REDS. Windows end .numerous arher it...... In. 12"
Call si. Fla
"How 7'0le Saved And Feel,]!" 'W withFrames 1." sad 14" width*-10' tactiant

G USID . .. .. $1.00.ft.
!of all v "people uhoilulni. to be nated lon'l have the Joy of SOFA I] ELECTRICAL NEW (ttlll crated) $J.OO... ft.
It. This ec-oMiilng| Itlhlo mci''.'iigit will .show from the
JI: Ilible JUKI what one niiitl lo. to lie .saved, and then enjoy I -----M $8.95
::;J ''r feel It. $ 6 9.95 .

UJI' A great gimpcl. film at the clow. of ho ....1\1..... I2lita (2'rNVS"J. Ese.n.a can.ditia UPPLIES BUY AHOME

gal Ready far I"'........ imtaU
--000. 1,?ea bamat, switch basal, wall aut-
I' KW)1 SUITES I..., t..gla rwitcba. ,...., rac.p.
5 Thursday!! (June 23)), 7:15: : P. M. 9 LIT ticUt, ,.w., poet, Rama cables. ,
1X cablas, and a hi ca stack at
;: !!3 l "The Superman Of Bible Prophecy" $119.50 to Is but .up 01 paperY SINGLESASH .tk., ft.,,,,. FOR AS LITTLIAS

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