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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 24, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME SEVENTY ST.AKHE. FLORIDA) F1U1*"\\', JUNK 24, DMD NUMBER KOKTV-NINE: :

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Parking Meters Trade Stores Promotion To Sponsor Tax' ComplaintsTo Change of Venue Denied Negro Murder Suspects;




Yield $235.94 Campaign! meeting of HereA the Merchant Be Heard Doctors Declare Trio Sane Trial Begins Monday j

Division of the Chamber of Com- ;
On 4th
In 18 Days merce and merchants was held July

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on the courthouse lawn June 16 -- -' -

to develop a trade promotion plan .
Starke's 78 parking meters between merchants and customers. I The Fourth of July might be a Witnesses Testify
holiday tar most folks, but not
have yielded $235.94 during the This plan Is designed to give the
first 18 week days of their opera public an opportunity to obtain for the Board of County Commissioners i

'l! tion. It was announced yesterday. some extra value through trade of Bradford County. i 1i Fair & Impartial
The Board will meet that
This would mean gross receiptsof tickets given by certain stores in on day i
$13.10 per day for all meters, Starke. I with the County Tax Assessor, asa '

or an average of $.17 per day The members Board of Equalizers, for the purpose & -i---: S PossibleMotion
per meter. following comprise of taking testimony of own- Jury J
the committee developing the
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real and-
ere or agents estate
One spokesman for the City W. H. Graham chairman ]
plan: ,
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1 or personal property In Bradford for a change of ven- :
described this yield as "far
Guy Andrews secretary-treasurer; j County the value of which has filed by the three
yond expectations" and be'l A. B. Baker, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, ue negro I
{ been set by the Assessor. I
with first degree
ed the good return to the Mrs. C. G. Barkadale Mrs. Ruby : suspects charged -
enforcement that has been in effect Johns, and Al Carlisle' (I The meeting will be held at 10 -1j murder in the shootingof

here since the meters were Present to award tho a.m., Monday. July 4, in the office D. L. Silcox, Starke merchant -
plans are 1
Installed of Clerk of the Circuit Court. '
first "Jack pot prize" on Wednesday -! on May 4, was denied
The City Council will meet for _
The meters were first placedin July 20, at 4 p.m. Further yesterday by Circuit Judge .
operation on May 30. From then details will be, announced: later the same purpose in relation to John A. II. Murphree.
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until June City property Tuesday afternoon,
0 they yielded $139.56.\
The motion for change of
July 5, at 5 All I
During the week from 'June 9 p.m. persona own-
to June 19 they yielded $96.38. League Leaders Ing property subject to assess venue was made after two
Collections will be made from the ment In the city are notified to doctors appointed Wednesday '

meters weekly, it was said.A appear at this meeting to protestor by the court, had declared, I

total of $48.38 was placed In give testimony In regard to the r ,11J.. 4'p that the negroes are in their '

the meters between the time theywets Play SaturdayThe value of their property. opinion sane; and the three

v a ,. had been arraigned and pleaded
first installed and the time 9l riROC Y -
they were made effective on May Bishop Short not guilty to the charge of

30. two top-ranking teams In To Be Lt- first: degree murder made in
the City Softball League-Biggs SpeakerAt .rt an indictment returned by a

Wildlife Officers & Baker and ,.Coca-Cola, each Pledge Supper Bradford County Grand Jury
with three wins and no losses to two weeks
Will Be TrainedAt Its credit-will meet for a finish Bishop Roy H. Short will be the ago.
fight In the second game of Saturday speaker at the Pledge Supper at The defendants, George Wolfork,
BlandingA Jr., L. D. Robinson, and Walter
night's doubleheader. the Methodist Church (Recreation

wildlife officer training school A record crowd Is expected to Center) Tuesday night at 7:30: Court McDonald here, were brought Into
Wednesday
morningat
will be held at Camp Blanding turn out to see one or the other o'clock. At this time pledgea will 10 o'clock for

.beginning July 3, according to an of the two leaders topple from be taken for the regular church This step was postponed arraignment., however .u'
budget for this conference
announcement this week by the first place In league standing, as year '..d.a. when. attorneys for Robinson and :I
State Game Fresh Water Fish the other outfit emerges victor Bishop Short Is an outstanding McDonald filed
Commission. ious. speaker with a pleasing manner THE SMALL: GROCERY STORE where D.- L. Sllcox was fatally middle of the .street, however and died before he could he taken to a motion requesting -
that the
"sanity or
Thirty-six candidates will take In the first game Saturday night and an attractive personality. Thin wounded by a revolver fired during a holdup attempt on the night a hoNpltal. At upper left above are! Walter McDonald, George Wol- the defendants be Inquired insanity"of Into .f''
will be the State congregation's fork Jr., and L. D. Robinson trio of held here* first de-
National Guard will Robblns. negroes on
play and
competitive examinations at of May Is pictured above. Located, on Rant Tenth Street (Highway examined. :.,
opportunity to hear him. His murder In connection. with the crime. At 1.a Is
Gainesville on June 25: for Tonight's games Friday( ) are groe charges upper right Robinson and McDonald had I
ap- 16)), the store halt remained closed store the owner's death and members -
pointments. Out of thle group 19 Coca-Cola vs. Robbins, and Her- schedule la rather crowded and recent picture of Mr. Slices ttltnesm told the Sheriff that the car previously been adjudged insolvent :
e will be selected to take the in- cules vs. Alvarez. it Is doubtful that there will be of the family state they have no plans at present for reopening| In which the three are believed. to have made their get-away was and the court appointed the :

tensive one-month basic training Last Friday night Coca-Cola : another time to such come.opportunity for some tho business. Dotted line shows) the approximate path followed by parked on the right hand side. of the highway some! distance.. beyond. Gainesville law firm of 9. L. .

course. It was originally plannedto won a hard-fought game from Mr. Silcox after he was hot just above the heart and attempted to Ut. Mllcox Store, probably" just this side of Happ's Store In middle Scruggs and Park S. Carmichael

train 30 officers in a three- Alvarez by the narrowest of margins All members of the Btarka reach his home diagonally across the highway. lie fell about the distance at right. to represent Robinson and another -

months course but the IS percent 2 to 1. Parmley handled the Methodist Church are requestedto I -- -- _. -- -- -- Gainesville firm, Osee R.
reduction In the Commission's pitching assignment for Alvarez' forego all other plans and be Fagan and Carlos Harper, to re-- ,
'operation budget forced' it to cut i and Yancy for CocaCola.In present for this occasion. It Bishop Re-elected Annual MeetingRed Legion To Sponsor Rotarians Hear present McDonald. H. O. Brown.

the number of students to be I last Friday's other game should be one of the big eventsof Head of Lions I Cross Chapter Fourth Of July Oillndu.tryRepre.entative Starke attorney had been retainedby
trained to 15, and the durationof Bobbin's eked out a 10-9 victoryover the year for all. Wolfark as counsel.

the course to one month. Hercules. Do'not forget the time and I I;. A. Bishop, Jr. was re-elected I To Be Held Monday Dance In ArmoryA Following the joint motion filed f.

The school will offer intensified In last Saturday night's doubleheader date-7:30: p.m. Tuesday, June president of of the Lions Club I by Carmichael and Fagan, Attorney -' .
Instruction In up-to-date methodsof Alvarez bested National 28. A similar supper will be with other officials chosen aa follows The annual meeting of the Bradford special Fourth of July Danna Earl L How son of "Jacksonville Brown asked that he be permitted 19

game and fisheries Guard 10-4, and Biggs & Baker served to the children and Intermediates : i County Red Cross Chapter and Beauty Contest was announced representative of the Oil to file a like motion In behalf r.
t- management scored a 12-9 Hercu- Wednesday eveningat |twill, be held Monday nlgbt, June Industries Information Committee of, his three.
law enforcement court pro- victory over 1st Vice President" Q. J..' MS-. this week by, America> Legion client All, deu'fendunts ,
27. at 8 o'clock, in theVoman'a ; was guest speaker at "the
les. Frick for 6:30.: were examined
cedure pitching &
Biggs briefly
and conservation educa Orfff; 2nd Vice President Billy Pont f>8. The affair will be heldIn II
I IClub, according to an announcement Rotary Club Wednesday and
gave
Baker
by
tion. Graduates the course will struck out 6, allowing only Judge Murphree. Robinson and ,
go Into a replacement from 4 hits. GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe Jackson; 3rd Vice President Bill yesterday by >)irs. Junlus the armory beginning at 7:30: some Interesting Inside Information Wolfork' stated that they considered '
which future additions pool Kronenberger; Treasurer, Carl I Smith, chapter chairman.All p m. and music will he furnished on the Industry which he themselves sane and that
to the
state Johns: Secretary, A. B. Baker; ,
game warden force will be aken. Junior NineSchedules Girl Scouts had their regu- officers and members of the by Uncle Ott and his Florida described ns the second largest they were capable of knowing
Tail Twister, James Hbbba Lion
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In the U. S. -second to
Classes during the course will lar meeting Wednesday afternoon. Tamer Fate Drown I executive board are expected to Troubadours. only right from wrong. (

be held In the National Guard Game The Troop is glad to have Marsha attend. All persons who gave $1 Entries In the beauty content agriculture. McDonald stated that he re- \
L. O. Hazon and Billy Dowllng In the annual fund drive Mr. )Howson stated that the oil cnlvud a head while in
mess hall area at Blanding. With Gainesville Kay Hazen and Patsy Green, as ; or more arena follows: Miss Lucille Sweat Injury service y
I new members. Glad to see Ann were elected to the Board of I became members. of the chapterand Starke; Mis Opal Smith. Lake Industry produce some 5,000! Items during the war, when an

Rites Wednesday Ii i The American Legion sponsored Bunch back aL the meetings, too. Directors. are Invited to attend' the Butler! ; Miss Clara Crawford and that Its dally output of ml niiimiinttlon truck exploded, anilthat t
Installation of the officers alone Is around six he had jo
Junior Baseball Team will new meeting. million barrels spells of not knowing
play Plans
made for decor-
are being Starke; Miss Betty Dyal, Starke;
For Mrs. JonesMrs. Gainesville Juniors here Wednesday ating' the building for the square will be held July 6 with District I Officers for the new year will Miss Heli>n Adklnn, Hampton; Ha said there la no need to what he was doing. He spoke at '.
Governor Reeves .servingas be elected at this time. about the of times with k''
Tony oil
afternoon June 29 at 3:30: dance that Is to be held July 9. MIHH Gwendolyn Uielllng: Lake worry supply great difficulty because
Sarah Elizabeth Jones, 82 o'clock according to an announce Plans are being made for the Installing officer. I I Butler. running out -at least! for the next of a. pronounced stuttering which ,
died Monday night at 11 o'clock Three 2.00O. years. he attributed to his war Injury. I
ment yesterday by Manager A. weekend] camping trip starting new members, Robert Bradford Assessor
at the home of her son E. D. J. Thomas Sr. A return game July 1, Barksdale M. C. Wells, and i' The program was In 'char u of I When asked If he knew right .),
Jones, in Sampson City, She has will be played with Gainesville Adolph Gay were inducted at the'! Completes CourseGuy County NearHalfway Freeman Register Jr., and the I from wrong he first said "Ask i I
been In falling health for some i there on July 6. Please we wish to make a cor- last meeting. MarkIn speaker was Introduced/ by Freeman '- my lawyer", and whon the question
rection on the score put In the Andrews, Bradford
time.Mrs. I Manager Thomas stated that CountyTax I Register: Sr., local oil deal was repeated replied, "I }
'paper concerning the game between Assessor, was a number Bond Drive "
Jones was born on March the game scheduled to be played Deeds Recorded among IeI'. i iI don't know.
6, 1S67 in Graham the daughter here with Macclenny. last Wednes- | the Scouts and the Junior of tax assessing official. who I State's Attorney T. E. Duncan

of the late Mr. and Mrs. Berry S. day afternoon was cancelled by Woman's Club. The score was 21118. Deeds as recorded In the County received "diplomas" after completing Bradford County Is nearing thehlllway Fire Department said that the State had no objection -
The Scouts victoriousover mark In its of sales
I were the course In Assessment quota .
Thomas. She was a lifelong resident Macclenny.The Court House: to a sanity test for allhive ,
the Bloomer Girls Monday Procedure at Florida State University for the opportunity Bond drive. Assistant Hired of \
of this and the defendants, and JudgeUurphrep
county was a Starke Juniors will enter
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D. E. of Bradford Cif
night. The score was 1810. Knight recently. According to the sixth report
member of the Graham Christian the State Tournament In Gainesville with the consent of
Speaking of baseball the Scoutsare to R. L. Blackburn of Starke: Bradford Countlans. have bought Fire" Chief Ptrkett to
Church. She was the wife of the July 14-16 Mr. Thomas- Assessor Andrews was well reported the attorneys concerned, named
late Frank Jones.Surviving stated. going to have a motherdaughter parcel of land starting from the pleased with the course, and stat- "3,10'' worth of Bond. duringthe the City Council at Its meeting Dr. Dlllurd L. Nix of the State

I game soon. The catch In It SW corner of SW1-4 of SW1-I of ed that the seminar was most In- current drive, representing Tuesday afternoon that he hadengaged Prison and 1>1'. Walter 1':. blur
:Mrs. Eugene H.are Durkee one daughter, Is that when the mothers tire out NE1-4 of Sect. 16, Twp. 6 S, R structive. All phases of tax assessment 45: 2 percent of the county's $20, /( D. W Carpenter of Jacksonville Three of Gainesville, to examine
of Hollywood City Registration I the fathers take Poor 22 E. 000)
over daugh-
quota. as an assistant to '
Fla. four procedure: were givenadequate NIICceeil the: defendants and make their
Jones, Ft. Pierce; ,sons Howell Franklin P. Books Open SoonThe 'ters! Louis II. Hill, as administrator : treatment, he salilIIOUAIU J. ChlldreHH, who recently report to the court at 9.30: a.m. I
P. Jones I -Scribes: Lucille McRae and of the Estate of George F. Young ::I Johnson-Roberts resigned Carpenter will assume 'Chu rsday. .
Atlanta Ga.. '
burg, and E.Berry D. Jones.S. Jones, Lees- registration books of the Mary Sue Epperson. Estate of Bradford County to L. ( ) IN HOSPITAL I I his duties Sept. 1 and Lewis A change of venue was asked

City and brother Sampson City of Starke will be open for I P. Rafune of Lawtey: the NI.2 of Mrs. Lola Johnson of Keystone Halnes, Jr. has been employed on hy attorneys for the defendantson
Thomas; of Palatka.Funeral one Tom C. registration of electors from Fri- Realty Transfer lot 1, all of lots 2, T, and 8 In A. C. Lee of Bushnell. Is hanill Heights announces the cngagomen a temporary, basis' during the the grounds that their clients I

day, July 15, through Saturday Blk. 22, Town of Lnwtey Fla Ing prescriptions at Howard')) I and approaching marring summer Plckett stated' that the could l not obtain a "fair and Im
services
were held Wednesday August 13 at the City Hall. Louie Frances Roberts of Starke Albert S. McCay of Bradford drug store while Dr. V E. Howard of her daughter. Mabel to (ieorRCriobnrts out of town man was engaged partial" trial by Jury In Bradford 1
afternoon at 2:30: o'clockin New voters .who wish to Qualify \ Hold to E. J, O'Hara of Lake Butler Cu. to Win Kctldlsh of I-awtey: Is under observation in Hlver- Jr., .son of MM Coords}{ !after efforts worn exhausted to County. t

the Graham Christian Church for the City Election in Sep- a plot on Road 230, East of lot No. 28, sect. 18, Twp. :5 8, R side hospital. Mr. Lee can bo Robarts and the late Mr. Roberts I obtain a qualified man locally., Judge Murphrpp's ruling deny

C.with Rev. Fred Dodd and Rev. W.; tember may register during that Starke. The transaction was made I 22 Woodlawn/ containing 1D reached at Mrs. A. A. Durdi'n's ->f JnckHnnville The wedding, will The Council expressed appreciation ing the change of venue followed

Burton In Mt.officiating.Sinai Intermentwas period. through the E. A. Strout Agency. acrell. for after-hour prescriptions. be an event of late summer. to Florida Plantics for the testimony from a number of witnesses -
Cemetery at
Graham under \offer of the site of Its large that In their opinion a fair
the direction of
-DeWltt C. Jones.Tomlinson. -_ building, that burned several and Impartial trial could be obtained
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__ months ago ox n parking lot for In Bradford County.
business men and shoppers. This The denyIng tif defendants' motions -

Grows space Is located on East: Call St. by Judge Murphree left the

Man-sized Corn and may be IDH-"| by anyone who status of the trial unchanged.
r desires. with proceedings net to begin In

Frank L. Tomlinson of New : court here at 10 clock Monday .

River baa placed on exhibition Keystone Heights morning.
1n the Telegraph office l' dozen Silcox was shot In his grocery 1

ears of corn weighing a grand Goes On RadioThe store here Wednesday( night May

total of 25: pounds Mr. Tomlin- I. and died )philp trying to reach

..on states that the corn Is Okla- beauties ami I attractions his home across the highway. ,
homa Silver Mine roasting corn. it the Keystone Heights area Wolfork was arrested: three day
for sportsmen and homeowners Inter In Jacksonville, and Robinson
We also have ,
on display an "
-- ere being "aired" over station and McDonald .
v7 were
unusual "ear" of corn brought in ', 'L ear apprehended
WJHP. Jacksonville every Thursday at different points In Ga.
by Eddie Norman who lives west 1
night from 8 to 8:15.: According to Associated Press
of Starke. Instead of the one
Arrangements have been made accounts Wolfork has confessedthe
customary ear this stalk bore
about 20 miniature ears, closely by the Keystone: Chamber of fatal shooting of Mrs. Mary
"Jommerce to have", Jim Murphy: Fount Jones during an attempted
grouped in one large cluster.
JacksonvilleJournal fishing col- holdup In Columbus, Ca. last February .
Both of these unusual corn umnlt .
to tell the Keystone story
exhibits are well worth seeinland ver a period of 13 weeks. Listen- Sheriff P. D. Reddish states)
have attracted a lot of attention in this that McDonald last
nrs vicinity are urged to Saturday 1
tune In and tell their friends to signed a confession admitting that
Games' Sheriff Arrests 7 Two Starke 'Streets Get "New Look"Among I Zinnia Show Set lo likewise. he shot August Tantillo In smother ,l

Baseball For Courthouse holdup attempt at Augusta. ,
Rained OutTwo In Reno. Skin Game the changing vistas that greet the eyes of Stark lies these days are the two scenes above.! Rosenberg Injured Ga. last April. Tantillo also died t tIn

Street has been for the better! by Saturday addition to these crimes the j
Sheriff P. D. Reddish arrested The view looking north along Court (at left above) changed >

attempts to play Macclenny In Reno "akin the handsome new wing of the Baptist Church building now in the process of construction. This. > wingIs : Sam Rosenberg, local merchant negroes are belived to be Impllcat. .''l
seven negro men a The Home Demonstration Clubrof ed
out for SOO School At the arrived home yesterday after be- in a number of other holdupa eat
have been rained here during practically complete and contains classrooms adequate Sunday pupils. present .
week and the Starke game" Monday night and all have forward with Bradford County will hold s ng hospitalized in Jacksonville different points in Florida and
the past Ume the Sunday School has An enrollment of more than 400. It Is now planned to go .
nine was scheduled to play a been released under $25 bond except construction! of the main auditorium of the church. soon as finishing touches have been put on the Zinnia Flower Show !In the front A-lth three broken rib and a bad Georgia.
North Florida League game with Jsjnes Smith who was gash on his head. He received

Callahan here Thursday night. At charged with operating the gambling wing.At right above Is shown how West Call Street looked during the process: of removing a block of hall of the Court House Saturday, the. Injuries when the truck heWN Rev. Hall Back '
the time for going to presa It .Is house and whose bond was June 23.Everyone. driving was struck from be- r
venerable oak trees. Practically: all of th..bar. trunks shown above'have now been removed by the
known whether this wfll $60. hind by another car as Rosenberg Rev. W. E. Hall will be back lit
not game Is Invited to
City. The trees! Uken out at the of owners In the block who stated that they cordially
were request property "
at the Pine :
be rained out or not. Arrested with Smith were Sam was stopped waiting for a red the pulpit Level"
Starke .is scheduled to play Man- Bennett Aaron Holly Jack Jones.S. had plans/ for beautificatlbn of .the parkway come aee the array of flowers. light to change. The Impact Church this Sunday after being .

darin there this Sunday afternoon D. William, Elijah Gibson and Oaks were also removed several months ago from the south side of the Woman's Club buildingt says Miss Dorothy Ross, Home caused Rosenberg's truck to skid absent for the past several Sunday .: :'.:

The Preston the request of the Club's Executive Board whose ,members aim announced plane for beaut if Ication. J Demonstration: Agent Into a light pole. because of Illness.

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Bradford I8T County E. l_ MATTHEWS.TelegraphESTABLISHED Ows!-EDrroesPabtl 1 Clay Hill Kesio; Heights Pine Level i I 1 HeUbronn.viSTttog Mrs.Thursday' T. S.at Norman last week.of I ]


By IMT BurrloILr t By :Mrs IL )I. :MtRae ,
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7 Fr4dy aid L.aed r be.wsd -
pXetIr, BL.-\l.lIt of t'KUILCLYOrK I ..
Clam Manr- the F.at OfOoa mt Stark, JI'I& I I II y 4NI/aMV 1i
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By Fran MorgaajTrlrpawate I HOME WITH I NN'L II
of JackonriQe
Rev E. R. Bowers i HomeCk"J omd Qp.rohd by
MEMBER I Wbereta I hale a (VtrkuM visit" : rr K.yst..e b ,'... filled the pulpit at Pine i THE :NEtVSUNMASTER
1949
1"1tt, my d>*r stfvter. aid ea>.y the I The Southern Bell Telephone' I Level Baptist Church last j Sunday I J. F. JAUDON ;I

.- \y MKterroi JosteUme.Wasn't Company baa started construction hnth a large attendance in church. : H
4-44k. t't.3e .Aa.rDy S1. I For Six
-I I of a telephone exchange which :,and Sunday School. .f A. LL ALUMINUM: : : 115: West Call St. Starke Fla.
II it pleasant O. brother of will: afford dial service to the people lira R. L Batten and family I AWNINGS

tune, of Keystone Heights: and nearby -!'of Therein were vUatir.g her aon- I FYEEEiTIMATESt : Accessories Tires .
Auto
Za those old days of the lost sun- points. Long distance cans win to-Uw and daugbter, Mr and :Mra.A. I INSTALLATIONMcCORD Complete line Motors F "*""*
ahlae be handed: the Gainesville .. Batter!** Outboard 0
by J Fender, last Saturday.Mr :
Hundreds
I JULY 4, 1949 II Of youth, when Saturdays chore switchboard and Mrs. B. M. McRae and i!i FrRNITURE: Tackle Radios .0 Bicycles 00 And -

wen thru This improvement: Is welcomedby children and parents Mr. and : & NOVELTY SHOP of other items .

sad Sunday wood in the kitchen the townsfolk! who have bad and )(ra. B. M. McRae. Sr.. visited I B." 245 S..,..... F1a.I 0'J

Have national nobda i lost a great deal of their real significance! too* only the use of a few ton stations )lr. and Mrs Robert Taylor in I

Do these days set aside: to commemorate historic events tend to become And we went ..u.tl.me! and you out of Gainesville J iCw.tru Jacksonville Sunday I
Out to old Aunt Mary's.James .
more and more mere opportunities to get away. from the d&11J'gnDd Whiteonb' lie. Of 4drwalk.Comau A. D. McRae returned to his ,

For instance, will many people enjoy this Independence Daybbtid.y RJey. tiction of a cement sidewalk home in Tampa. Saturday after BEFORE YOU T-R-Y
several here utthreiLres. NEVER B-U-Y
without one. pausing: to think of the rich heritage which istheirs WbatCII'I forf1il visit I am around the corner near the spendicg days i I

having with my sister I met herat Inn on 'f'd Lake Shore Drive
is now taking place This will 1\ Miss Jo Ana Myrick of Jack-
To some the day means a parade with bands blaring and flags flying the station on Wednesday in eliminate 'socville is visiting Mr. and Mra"Robert .I
a great hazard and will
and and lemonade followed fireworks Sioux City. Iowa and we bare I
; peanuts popcorn by at :Myrick..
safeguard our children who must
bad such wonderful
xugfct.: : A day of exitement. of Boise-, and patriotic spouting.To a time tsDurgover I
our former year together 1 walk this Kgbway: ia: order ta I Misses: Gwendolyn and Shirley
others it means a chance: to get away, to the country with the cannot remember when I d>4 cot get to sehooiBIRTIIDt McRa are spendxg' Two weeks la

family for a picnic fit Mr-f or ",.inn.: A day for the family. to hare my. older sifter Cap to depend PARTIES Jacksonville with :Mr. and Mrs. I

celebrate: together, to reaffirm family tie. upon. Sbe took me to school Little Jane Robert Taylor.Mr .
MeMurtry. daughter
STORESYOUR
To a minority of Americans the Fourth of July doesot mean: a the first day I bad my first date of Mr. and Mrs Kyle MeMurtry, and Mra. Everett Parrisa!: of SUPER

tftirg- at alL These people are so wrapped. ; up ia their own bra that with bet and her eOow, Yes we celebrated< ber first birthday last Jacksonville and Mra. V A.

they cannot think of much of anything but their selfish needs and! are having; such a grand what' Monday June 13 with a party :!Browning and son. Bobby of this
Thank Heaven Last evening Don took as for a I section. have returned home! after
orwre* for
though they are! a minority. the young try
nde over the hUla and acro a the ,|a pleasant visit toew Hope, Ala.
But to most people the Day has a deep and abiding meaniz De oratxins and pretty flowers WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK
farm laud The view from the | Miss Shirley Denmark of Tampa MONEY'S
which becomes :more real as the yean p*. They reflect on the word !bill U nmpry wonderful. I am were' ia pink and white Birthday' arrived last week for a summer -
Liberty, and think gratefully, even reverently, of the band of valiaxt cake ice-cream and candy wereserved 1 & MEAT SPECIALS SEE lAX PAPERS
sure they en'>>oy d it aa much a* vacation with her aat r. THESE A MANY MORE GROCERY
men who dared the might of the leading:> nation on earth to found I I did. I ten them Un U my Taxation to Stme Jamecke: John' Betty. Jo. at the home of :Mr.. and
Spencer Jacquelyn Parker Veasey
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this country as a Free Republic too. It baa been really- cool Mra A. J. Fender.
CDdeSam was a toddling infant' then la a world beset by many aad a pleasant breeze ia bknricc;; and Julie Walker. Daft)' Slue! Mr. and Mrs Russell Thomas 23c
,key and Jane brothers, Kyle and.. The Walk PEACHES No. 2% -
Cock 0'
difficulties. Today be is strong and through a3 the :years he bas been We are out on the sun: porch. She Jimmy.Mr. are receiving' : cocgratulatjona: emI can

nounshed and endowed by liberty.. And it is up to aU of us to see that is looking at my old family album : and Mrs. C J. Bastedo entertained tike arrival of a title daughter.
the which have made this symbol freedom that Mama said I should ,I 'The I young: lady has been namedBonnie
principles 0 country to last: Taesday June 14.
I bare when abe passed on. It ia i I FayeMrs. .. i j 25c
in honor of their daughter. Bobby lb.
: :> GRITS 5 -
MEAL -
red covered book
Frenchman" a pludi and a Robert Myrick: :Mrs J. W or
: who was celebrating ber eleventh I ,
I
gift from Papa on her birthday. I
TKo have a good time on Independence Day, but pause for smeet love to look over the portUNoSe'l't'ft birthday. '
and thank God for your freedom. I the sometimes one does have The youngsters swam. and enjoyed I Fraher. Mrs. H. L. Morgan; Jr.
m parcel of colorful baUooc .' Florida Cane SYRUP 1 gallon 69c
-sam can
McGarveyGIVE a sad feeling; that the passing which was thrown into the water. : Mrs. R. K. Bed Mrs C. J.I Sugar
yean does take a lot from as. I'Bu1-Pdo.lra. Harry Eby: and Mra. .
A bobble-gum contest followed. !
TtKXE OLD FIRING: RANGES WIDE BERTH I seem to be repeating the above W J SipreHe.!
Early this year five ;persons were killed and two injured by th poem. It is one of Jane: ""bit- with prize awarded to the Tin- The Rev. Rex: W. CroasdeU 1 25 lb. 1.69Armour's
ners Golden Rose FLOUR bag - -
explosion of a shell wmcii was removed from a farmer Army installs comb: Riley'a and I lined to have Delicious cake, ice rneam and I hall taken up his: duty of filing -
as Aunt Mary so have &.Jway.loved I the pulpit at the Community
ton for the purpose of sale to. scrap dealer. Recently 1IJ1eX JocS. punch were served from a testaedecorated
ed projectiles were located in a scrap yard in the Third Army Area ber. in pink and blue : Church:::: each: Sunday+ during the
have been late I am going to make my. visit. !I summer months m the absence of tall for 29c
Several instances reported of where individual Many lovely gifts were presented: MILK 3 cans - -
short this time. Doe has been out Rev. W. G. Aldridge who with
have trespassed onto inactive artillery impact areas and have pickedup to Bobfce. i I ,
to deliver a present of a nice chair Mrs. Aldridge is' on an expended
such Unexploded projectiles or "duds" and have soid them to scrap Guests were: Mary Lou
U Father's vacation in the north.
Day and
iron and metal dealers.Suefrite.T.a pretest mire Beverty Tresca and Loin&-1' Mr and Mrs. W R. Lee of 25c
my brothforlD1awflt along Jackson of South I McGrath's Sweet Honey Pod PEAS 2 cans -
of news. are of especial significance to the people of They are back home :now The Sure: Gainesville, Mrs. L-e' sifter, the ,
Starke and vicinity because of the proximity of the Camp Bland rag wrens are singing and D rrr It' Siprefle Mary Morgan. Lees son. '\\". R. Lee Jr. and
ea Mane Brown. Frankie Walrath.
firirg range areas some cf which are still in use by the National down In the yard. I eel as tf I I their grandson. W R. Lee d cel- I
Guard. am on a vacation too. I am just; Lulls Ruthtofi. Arthur: Rusher. I II abrated Father's Day. Sunday witha SUPER SUDS large size package 25cSetzer's
I Ray Hearst Micfce' ] Redfern. - -
The public has been repeatedly warned of the Inherent dangers of taking hie aa easy aa I can and David Swartrweidrr am! HaydoaHaUuna party at Keystone Inn. I ,

:removing projectiles from impact areas and that it ia Illegal<< for any- enjoying; their list I aH of Keyctone.: Also entertaining in honor of I
Vcne to trespass on these areas. It b also unlawful to purchase or sen ly letter fromwt I Father's Day were Mr and Mrs. I
material removed from Impact areas without proper authority andiDspe '.KWs FROM FLORID: Lovely I Mrs. Robrrt ",...1<.. operator of Shattghne&ty of Melrose who had BREAD: White \Wheat or Pullman lOcBALLARD'S
ber Also letter from 'visiting at the summer: borne 011 I:iShasghnessy's>IIN' a
It is to the credit of this community that accidents and offense picture. my
Mrs. Retta Shad Doctor's Lake. |
dear friend Mrs. Ruby NetUes on | Mra Juntas Stnith of Starke
of this nature have been kept at a minimum but with the passage of She had lots of meprf'Ioenti oa Guerts' registered; at the Inn and children Bob and Joan, and

tune, we ate apt to become lax and forget the warnings: of the past :Mothers day. Mra. Waiter Lang last week included Mr Whittakerand ,Mrs. George: Bennett of Jackson- DEAL-

It; U wen to remember however, that these ..ocanedduds' have of Lutz wrote tne wet a nice let a party of three of the E. P. !vine spent Sunday. with their par

been known to explode and cauae serious injuries even after being t.r: and has been visiting her Me Lean E ineerixg: : Co. Moul- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks.
submerged to water for several yen-so It b never safe to take m :Mother at Clay Hill but no doubtis ,tr>e. Ga. and Mr Lewis Bates of Mrs Wenden Griffin and heidaughter. Com Bread & Hot Roll Mix both for - 34c

chance. The only safe course is to keep away from such. known areas home by now. I the DuPont Co.. Wilmington. DeXMr Peggy are vacationingin ,

and 10ar.I others who might not be aware. of the dangers involved. ("L"fULL >EWS: Letter and Mrs. OOP- Orlando with :Mrs. Gnffti=/.

from ),(ra. Bessie StritkUndJim burg and family of St. parents. Fresh Water CAT FISH (Dressed lb. 35c
burg: former residents of Sta&e-j The Girl Scouts wish to express ) -, -
SOMETHING FOR :NOTHING s-OfND* GOOD. BIT her husband was picking beass: ,
stone Heights, spent the .' > their thanks to an those
"something for nothing" idea! still persists in some quarters. and tomatoea. She baa been'" canning ,
at the Inn. who donated to and patronized
one of the !most recert manifet-tatioRa being the determined efforts Lorene Ftolda and Hu.elOnHoIs Mr Gilbert Haag of Jacksonville I their bake sale last Saturday A I

now under way ia Washington to Pen Federal Aid to Edticatxia to the ,,J Hill .working who graduated In Green from Cove Clay was also a weekend guest. .pUJ of JS8.1T toward camp was Fresh Ground Pure Beef HAMBURGER, lb. 29c
people on the basis that: it's aa for free''. and doesnt cost. anyoneaaytnieg. Mrs. P H Klaustermeyer Jr realized.
Springs They bad a good: rain atclay
was bastes at a debghtfU dessert ),I r. and :Mm. Roy C Powt

Just' aa soon as Corgrens: passes the ben and the President. signs I 14f.IiEJJ'iTL bruise last Thursday evemag: in i who are connected. with the Inn lb. 25c
Good WHITE\ BACON
::
If IXT'
: Try putting: her home at Beath.Suoe - - -
it. Uncle Sam win reach up and paD the t3Oa.OOO.WtO() out of the air: are Tacatxtiing, Daytnca ,
then everythlEg win be aH set and everyone (especially the burfmrats a tablespoon of cold water to each Lemon. tarts and coffee were | SipreUe: Mary, Ann Mor'
egg: : wbn making meringue fora served at 7:30 to the invited guests gan. Bobby> Jamecke'. Bob Morgan
< > wiz be happy--or so the story goes." pae Add before you beat atorig who were: Mrs R. H. Brownicc: and Dale SipreJe; are stud-i I
Bat: actually as has bees painted out by DeWitt Emery I Fresh Honeycomb Beef TRIPE lb. 25c
presidentkf with a daub of salt Riese ink Mrs., Bert diristoffrr. :Mrs. C. ects at the Stammer ScJvril;:; belrg j jc I .-
the National Small Business Men's Association, this wd stains ,
money tmtnediaiely in cold water
H. Newman. :Mrs \'VViHiam :Me- it ducted at S't.ard. s Calbo- t
have to come from the ssaoe source aa all the other money our FederalGovernment and then in a chtorox soluttoo. Crary. Mra. Fred C..... Mrs Pat ': Lt( Church: in Starko
I
ft'9-t.bat is. out of your pocket out of our pocket Then three times! in cold water .
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and out of the pockets of aD other taxpayer I bare been using the acacaronj --

Since the case taxpayer U going to foot the bin ia the last anal- that comes in a box with the

jrava, we fail l to see the advantage of setting up a new bureau to enable tbeese: To make a bit* Afferent
the to trickle back to the states after round dish: add a couple of bard bcd<<
money : a trip to,
\Vatlur.fton.: D. C. I eggs Make that it taste are' a cut h tOe ia quarters different TRY THE MOST THRILLING NEW GAR ON THE HIGHWAY !

lad la good when eaten cola
FLORID cr.RD PETTING' ENLISTMENT P..CE
FVmda is ere of the twenty-two states which have achieved: I can near music t""f'r0 faintlyfar 7
off A cool breeze is' Mowing 1
more than fifty" pervert Gt their ultimate strength in the NationalGuard. : MAKE DAK."I
acrosa the nun porch.: I have such
Tftoneyour
Florida is seventeenth on the list and has enlisted 53.4 per.teat
a feeling of peace and security'
of Its aotboruod strength' having $, %: officers and nrea on its Life is so. good and it is' so grandto : 0dsmo6e 7

reOs at the present tine. t have sisters to runt one. My ,

It is a source of pride to know that wkQe! Florida ia' among the !son is' monng into: his new borne
Vealei'TODAY
twezry-two state teadtag the country National Guard the last of July.. How woBderfnU WITH THE U

the local company ia undoubtedly. setting the pace for ellllstmfl'Jt.1 life I l '

Florida. At the present tune our: Headquarters company I have been studying" at ...a.noou'time. :

five percent of its total authorized strength of officers < on my Bible: lesson I am

men This Is a record that can be matched by few units in the entire gig; : to have meat loaf for sup-

country and one that should :make every Bradford: citizen proud. I 1""'.

I ball have a better visit next

I week Be thinking: of all of you'
Tea I am having a vacation ir
I ay own back yard. It can be doDt-
and I am feeling thoroughly. rest


Wiz' YOt/LONr EAN lYE HAVE ed.God bless T".' aTLOVE; .
LCRAlaVe

N /0 HEAVE rll/s cTaxaEER?
> .M swap pad* wrk Lie

aew with ..r rubher swap p.4
su q GOOD SeerThe / iah. F_r etM. .. Uc per Jar. bradford

Cmiaty T.Mgrwp.


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r .%."a..A"b"bf'dri..ror-tk.SJp 1 ; Tow law .v-*re the master' ., every tnllie !,'-'" .._, -s-e-.. ..-..-.c..r-

Wuod theSind of the brilliaait sew Fsmsr sit.......... 'Tnesj yon"re ovt of the city--sit tie X6 'r rr- _..... __ .. __ _

V : title "8&" sad see b... sew and iifftmtBx tbe ept'tI road! Here's wbere "HedetEar". \ ,,\

@ >Wia{eau be. Yell sense the diffrrvatce the power reaDy pays. off! Swiatgiaxg ai.eg! t.:e Co \\ tt

I n.n. \ViH tfc.dtJw bigb-eon prr. "Bort.rt' straifntaway: -t.'pinjc the kiE!. with I-(...: .* T

jtgWW .spna !. Lie. Earrrly- easily-eWl.ITMJT stnoro. Cs i jWt, rutUirr.itmmtmt. SSMCSSCII. febm.'S 0. D S M O
FLOWERS: aa tbrrad year .sy tbroo b oty traffic. lrr.-e h jimnrlC M ake a date-ita tae B .. E

FOR ALL OCCASIONS h.c is liable: alert, ......<
t.Of price of beer tan be loaded with trigger.ej icl to aas.er yaw ereq coasaod. lot keeps.It's at your OU..afc dealer's a-.! A OINIRAL MOTORS VALUI
DISH GARDENS?
d freight or it can be loaded uith flavor. \

L t If you'd rather buy flavor instead of POTTEIiTrOTTED a PHONE YOUR NEAREST OLOSMOBILE DEALER
ti e freijht buy JAX Beer. JAX is especially -i
tailored to the tastes of the South'east : rtANTSFLOWERS

And because you don't pay extra CHEVROLET
WIRED TORODE
PHONE 111 COMPANY
: for freight you get FIVE bottles of JAX \"WUEr.E: ,
t-- for the price of rocs bottles of Locf-

Datance" shipped beer.lLLSItWIIR.QSMt11T.J1CiolltLLE. ? .na St Stark or visit Call & Court Streets, Starke, Florida1'&CB

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."-, JUNE 21, 1919 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .

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ALB 111. Appear. ".... nt Florida tor by order of the City Council of the MOTMK TO trrlul: of Florida' the service of a summna.In .
Doug Fairbanks, Jr. 1."tO Warren whose ro.liionc.e ta city of stark.. Itradford (''oiiiity, TO: Klnvtw Toild, MiixhpH, and I."wl. Chanc'i'y" upon whom would, blndi/
R. K. Hester change of address unknown: Florida.. Juno 7. A. U 1919. I M lIUKhen, whose Innt known ...1- I the saul Clnetit: Todd IluitheN, amt
Don't Let Has Starring Role from Maxvllle to Rt. 1, Box 310 You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL! "I .\I.I Carl Johna, drsss.. wan Conway, South Carolina T.ewl H. I ifnehes( you are there
Summer Static July 11 I. 1MO, In tae, abova named 1-17 U City I'lurk U ,herein It 111">|>ear. In thttt ct.rtiim for ordered' to appear In laid cause
In Park Film Dinsmore. Fla. Court and Cause wherein |>luliitlffMttHkN CUIIBP now prndlnic, In the on or hvfoiu, the Illh .day. of July.A .
Mrs. Edward J. Schwab 2 Sun. divorce. llradford County In Irenlt ('..... nrait..rd Cou..,., circuit Court of the Klwhth Jurtilnl I) IIIV! olherwlna' the allegation
'IVli'iirapli limit piihlmh thla 1 Older. frlnrlilai ,. Clianerrr..luliii | >' Circuit of Florida In and. for of. mild. .I'etltlonvra will be taken an
INTERFERE With Your Douglas Fairbanks, set Drive Skyline Terrace West tit next four weekly lftue. .. .. c. It" KiHdford' :County in..1 in ; .. ,
,
dadngaot Wltneiiii haiul and official H herein Hart w I
r to top even the feats of Mlfflin Burough. Duqucsne Pa. ... IYIV K. Iteed. "1'riillalossdsNallr./t. : / wlftDra9 pterlhefpuMl, .
.nl At Btarke, KlorlOa. thla June Order of .. Alice llphella taterH, hlH .. hNdroncedes. ht week
East 2. I94'OFKHTAT!>. for the adoption. of KIchard !...
his famous father in the rousing Mrs. Arthur McRae to Appmr for four conHeuutlve weeks In thenradf0r1l
( SEAL) A. J. ThomAs. llilKheH' that the said. 1 KU. hard I...
RT.* T R UK FLUt. I n AHarold Hr e ('uiI1II.. .
film, "The Fighting O'Flynn"which Beach Bradford R. I, newe-
HiiKhen la the minor
TRIrlroulation
RADIO At Clerk of until Court.IW child of thesold .
ENJOYMENT F lleeil, a'hnse renldenci' le of
sans put**
will be shown at the Park preen haven A Orroii Crosby. l ,. I'stark: ('. ., Florida, I 37 I.i'iuton' lllvil. Hempatead., N. Y. la .... Klnela HuitheK/ Todd, and, MmcheH that. the and plac I.ew-...freeldence filler In Uradford County, FlnrldA.Ualed .

Theatre Sunday Monday and Tues .Atty. for rif. -10 U 7-1 You are required to appear on end the 1'oxt Office aildrcen at Sturke. Florida, thla 6th.liny .
.... Julv IH. 1441. In tin ahove namedCourt of June. I 1949Orllclal .
In Irrnlt ( PI. KlKhlh: Judicialtlrcnlt. of the mild Klnpta: Todd
T? Demonstrationin day. lit. und for. llrnilford (Cuuv :Sons MNotice : and oaua. wherein plaintiff Miiuhcfl. and. Lewla. R HiiKhea 1 .. In H. ( Heal) A. J. Thomas
ASK 1 seeks divorce I llradford County
for
\/t Young Doug uses his fists feet, 1rI-1o. rldI. In t .."n....Y, la hereby> given to allcretliiorK Telewraph. hall. publish this Order 1't.Ht known to the pelltloiirrn ('"n- Clerk of Circuit I Court, Bradford.
.. Karl way.oIOIIh/ Carolina, that Florida.9lim7l .
yourhome Mlvralrbxtrc 1 rialutlff. v I and rlnlniuntH atfitlimt the and thereIK County
FREE F IVJL, teeth a gun a sword and evena W. Wel.Mer Defendant. Divorce. HHtHttt, OfV. I I'. Hinlth", flODMIHOll" I, next.,four my weekly hum': I and laauva.': : official; no perBon or persons In the !State By Haven Crosby D.C.

a shlllalah, in overpowering his The State of Florida. to: Kail: W.11'ebster ... :thnt you are to Ill: u 1'lt. rliiltiiH.ilnly !:: : 1..1 At $'nu'ke' Florlilu, Ihla June -- .- ..
ItN5ldNlll'N' unknown. It In nvi nrn to, with/ IVrrytiiiin. Inls.IUFFII'1.11PR' .
IS. .
enemies 'Inally l going BO far as oltleied that are re .. of IIra.It..1l'.mlllY. -- -
hereby you County Judge ,
I 1I.1 A. .1Thomas,
II to hurl a barrel of beer at a to e on the; llth ditv Klorldn, within right. I Aa. Clerk of laid
I ofUJuly A. Y11944. l.fol Ulu above montha from, first Court IIIII ALVAREZ' STORE Men'sicioth1891
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDAT bevy of bullies in this most rugged entitled Court I' ,! to answer to the tills millc-H or I the nine it imtillruUonof III l>.. Imrr I .fly .Haven K. kfl.Y'3R' ilrahiun C..low. PlilK. :: : 8 Jjff

picture ever to star a Fairbanks. I lull nf Complaint" for Divorce., aniladoption >d by Htatut of Ulmltutlonn.. Title .lacknonvllle' Icon Ally for IMf
..Mlnur Child riled atcaliiHt June 10th 1HI1.Myrii -
GAY'S SERVICE STATION, Madison & Court, Sts. Helena Carter and Richard you In the above styled. """,''. Ntnlih, 1'nrngdn. and 1VltonAV / D-17 4t 7-8 -
iiiul I the. ttrudfoid. County TelearrapliIH -
\nrimUoft. KwuiitorM. 4t? tIn
PHONE 10 Greene share acting honors in heieby. dMnlicllilted at* the neunirnprr In -. this exciting film. In nhlili this Order shall hapuMlMhcd Irrulf' Court* llrailforil' C'lillvtr. .I la kancerr. *
once a week. for four con- Klorlrtnl In < hnnrery.lino Carl ,\\llllaiiix.; I'lulnllff, VM lie
***llivVllllnniH.. 1 Hefentlant, 1 Canr No
NrrutNe w..k.
( |Ilrl i l ilriiro, 1'liiintlff. VM t'lemenllne -
\\ linen my tmnd. and. Heal of this Pel (I Ham, Dvruiulimt. ('..*.. 7nOrrfrr: Starling'sGROCERY
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ADDRESSESOF .'..url at Htarke, Uindfonl. County. N... 7318. or nhlleatlon and Notice.ti
1.n"hIlL., this Hill day. of Juno A.II. Order of Pntillrnllitn. end >..XIi'Ti Appear
INTEREST I'M'! II. % T.VTI1 OK I'1. Oil I II A tol,
| prnrSTATR .
Otllclul. Hi'iill I. A.. .). 'ritoinnx. IJ Iff Kl.OUin.V 1 toCttmivntlne -. Itl'Mellli \\lllllllllN. It'llOMI' I I'I <*|.1.| '"! re
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Farm I'lrrk ..t oho "rh cult Court, Bradford Prl Tsars. w hone reel IN unknimn
Our a. I The following new, renewal I i"ouniKlorhlft.' drner l. unit. add. ,rose In Via f HUM(ip'" I You are, reiiulreit to appear on & MARKET --- Starke, Fla.
and change of addresses receivedby I I'\' lli\fii fioMby, 1.>. C.llIO I \>nll, ..... I-I'U. Llvolno |Italy : tuft" 1'. nil in the ahux tiiimxilCourt .
4t 7.1In You are required. to nppour on I and cause, wherein plaintiffeeka IIO.MK.. OWNED
the Telegraph will be of interest .Julv M. ,IIM', In tits nbovp niimi'd, ,,, cll\orce.I llrailforil County I
TRACTORi..can to readers: Circuit Court. llradforil Cciunty.Klorlilnl I Court and, emu Ilse' \therln ,plaintiff Telecruph I shall. Pu bllel.IOI'oIor I
Machinery I In t'hnnrrrY.uuN seeks divorce. Krildforil' County In next four. weekly laHiiusWltiiDaa : I
.flss Ruth Johnson change of ,.. "' 5 r. KulnoiiK( riiilntlff. vs. Ann. I !TfleirrMph: Mhull" puMlnh this Order: my hand. and. official I SPECIALS FIUDAV & SATURDAY JUNE: 21 & 25WE :
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I Kiilm.miIivfendant fags :0; In fleet four. weekly IHMUPNWltnemt eal .t! "Mlaike, Florida, thin June.
address from Bynum Ala. to 71<7. II. l'M'' i
oftlrlelMeal
hand atnl
my
Orange Park Fla. I Order of lnbtlatli and \o1le l lit tftnike Kloildn, thin Juni IOFF1Cr.1/A., / I Clert k A. J Thomaa. RESERVE THE RICIIT: TO LIMIT QUANTITY
Service t. .tppearSTATK 7. Iflfi of aalit Court.,
: Edward C. Plaze, 721 VV. Peach. OK KI-nnlPA to: (OFFICIAL 1'11' >:,\1.\ A. .1. Tli..mii., Ty. lliiven Crosby D. O.II .
tree St., Atlanta, Ga. Ann V* Kulnitnv nh me rcHldctioe. aniluililifMx I A. Clerk of said. Court. I IT 41 7V
"h' \ l I. TO, KIRK Xticvl I. Wuter- Py Haven Crosby P I'T I -
-...;.. ... L. H. Gibson. Box 2528. University ton... MtiHHiichtiHct' : Frank I.limli"urn, 'Hturke, Klorliltl. In (Irci.lf {'....... llraitford County. In Sticks( C
You are teciulred to appear on.lillv Ally. for IMf -IO 41 7-1 l-liirlila lu < .hauerry.lrKiuiii Butter 59
Station Gainesville, Fla. II. 1919.1 In the above nnmiMlCourt ,. .
\ liiOKil. I'lainllff VH l.oiilfII
time and and. cause, wherein plaintiffHeckn In Circuit Court, llrailritril < PIT Pound
'dusty .
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save you money C.H.! Johnson 1 East Oak Arcadia divorce Bradford. County tl<.rlilNi lit hiinwry. Order IVnvel..(Kfremlnnt.Publication 1'Itse end No Notice 7157:

__.<_!' .r Fla.Etigena. Telclrrnph/ nhnll publlxll thin Older t'Htrlrk J Monahan( Plaintiff, va. .. Appear
.
In next four weekly InHUen. Marl I I'!. Mormhan, iffendiinl. CamNo TATR ... .
)
i service? Long 522 N. Broadway Witness my hand and official 'slit.lrdrr: l Ionia II. llenjiel( I. FI.OltllA whose lealden' '" Marion SLICED BACON lb. 29c
HEADQUARTERS Just what Baltimore 5, Md. seal lit) 8taike' Florida, Ihl. Jiuiu .>f Pnhlli-atlftn. anil Nollrr totliprnr. and address, la 6A.I lltonn River -
7. !Q4" i MI-UK 0' F'1./)11111\!
do UoMd oukerH, New
to York
here what we try :
(OFFICIAL SEAr A. J. Thomas &larle. K.: whose mesld'ncnt
S. A Perry. Kite. Jr. FASRAN Monahitn. i You ara required to
appear on
.
i for A. Clerk of said Court.fly t In 37 1'aik. (HowVallhiRton.. NewJersey Lily .
| x. I'M'I.! In the .h"v".1
Ford Tractor 109 care Fleet Post Office New lInen: <"ro ibv, D. C. : .
Ford Tractors Keep every York T. Plunk l.iimhuiii. Hlnike, Kliirldn.Atty. You are roqulreit to appear on Court aecka and. CRUSH, wherein plaintiff. :
City. divorce. llradford
i and piece of for I'lf. 0-10 4t 7-1 Co..nlyI 5 Ib
every July 4. in VI. In the abiiMi monadCourt Telearaph slush put>llah this. Order Sugar29c
Mrs. John 1009 S. W. and wherein plaintiff I I
parts and accessories Dearborn Farm Equipment Crlng. rnllnc lu next four laauea.Wllneaa '
2nd St., Apt. 3, Miami. Fla. IV rinrrip {'O" "'. BHAI>FOBItOIMl > Meek dlvorcn llrailforil. c'onnlyTelfKraph my hang r and official;
working at top efficiency ', FI.OHIIttl IN CIIAM shall puMlnh thin. OrderIn neat HI Hi tnrkn'" Fluilda. thin Juii
Dearborn Farm Mrs D. W. Hicks 3613 Gordon C'lI": next four weekly lesue 1.1.:! I Ift'iOFVlClAr" .
and be Johnny- 'John t:. Womdale.. Jr. 1-liilntlff.. v.. "Itiieni my hand and official ( "RPAt.' ) A, J. Thomas 1 I
Equipment and parts when Oaks Newcastle St., Brunswick Anita Worxditlv. ., Defendant. Cane enl nt Mtarke. Klorl'la.' this Junu Aa Clerk of said Court. Fresh Country EGGS dozen 55c
on-the-spot some- ;No.: 7141OnnKR 1 I. I04'l' fly Haven. Crosby, D. C. -

.. Expert service thing goes wrong. .......,. Ga.H.. P. Morgan change of address AND NOTirn OF PI'ni.ICATtOM TO APPKAH (IOFN'll'IAfAs!' t'irN. .or A..J,.> Thonma.l4 ,'Ollr!., T.Ally Frank for: I.mtdruul lit; : rtiaike" 6-17 Florida 4t 7.5 ,
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STATK' 1P FLORIDA tn: nv haven Cronliv.
Some of our service is from Brooker to Starke. Anita K. Wnrmlalo, whose reeldonee John J. llemlarion, 11"1.| St.imtlne Aull'- In Circuit. {Court .;.. fort/ {.....n.".
Farming Information anil nddret In 132-20 82nt1Ht Florida.' ltirldin' In t .haaerrr. '
Mrs. Neta Johnson of Great Northern BEANS lb.
I free; some costs only for change .. 00..", > Turk 17. :New York Atty. for Plf. 6-J 4t '.241 :Maviiel. II..... I'"''nil rr, va. Annie 12'/2c
address from Hampton to Patterson You are required to Laura. lloxx, )I..r""""III. Caao. Ni. ,
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the parts; some requires a :: i v"em:3 In t'Ir.ult'our', llradforfl Countr.rinrUIni .
In b. 71.11.Order
July 11 11O 1 the
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reasonable labor charge.But Court and cause wherein plaintiff In I nt ,'"..". ...,. andntlef> tot
V. V. Hazen change of address seeks divorce. nradford, County l I'oiln" l.nn. Adair. 1 I'liilntlff. v Kil-: \ ppi>ar. Ml i'll] OK l<.|.oillltt ..,
you'll find us fair Teleirraph shall puhluh thin OrderIn win Marsh Adair. Jr.. ln.feiuUnt.I'BHB Aunlti l.niiia" lloxx.. wh..... reHldencaIn 48 lb. LARD 6.95Colored
from Brooker to Starke. next four weekly InatienWltneBN Nn. Til: *. .. Itouli? I. llux' ill( \\ ..I......... North can -
Y.tie. ttpvrnr. .
we want to keep on serving mv fian' l and official\ seal Order "' Pnhll.-all' anH Carolina
Mrs. L. M. Francis 18 Wasp ., June N'I't'1'01. OP Kl.oitlll tin ,
spat 1 Al Htaike Florida thin You al'" required to appear on
for a long time. ,Milwln: MarBh Atlnir. Jr ahose r.- .
t you Road E. Greenwich Conn.J. 7. I'M" Julv 4 I int'l. In the above named
Burton Rosier Rt. 2. Box rierk of said. Court. I I'ortKinoiitli Vtriclnla: soak. dlxorce. llrnilford. County c
108A, Palalka Fla. Hy Tlaven 'ro.hy, D C*. Voii are. reiiilrpil| t" AI'I..ar on Taleictaph 01..1I'lIhll.h. \ chlfi, orilar OLEO Sticks" 29
T. Frank t.iindriini. larke., Florida. Jillt.. ,lil'i!I. 'In the ahnv namiylCourt in next four weekly lanuea.Wllnena .
DIXIE Inc. Robert E. Taylor Rt. 1, Box Atty. for l-lf 8-10 4t 7.1 and Caner. wherein, plnlnllff mv liniiil and nfflrlnlseal Per Pound
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EQUIPMENT ,, ,'k iltvorra.. A cure, Pll"lo.lv. Cnn al Hlnrke, Florhla,.. thla May
489-G. Atlantic Blvd. Jacksonville In Circuit C''u.'. Hrntlford Couiltr, rut l of minor chi lit. ,ITadford ", ,-"UIV 27. I I141OFFICIAL. .
Lla. r'lorlilat la ( liancerr. T<>l lKriii'>'h ,.al1 i>iil>llnh title Otd..,r ( //01101'\1.\> A..I Tllomaa.Aa .
1436 West !Main Street, South henry, P. Warren. 1'lalntlff. vs t- In nest four. weekly Inmiea.Wltneii Clerk of "...1I'liuri.,\ ( KRISPY CRACKERS lb. box 25c
offli-lal
Pfc Perry J. Kemp, 3353 Tech. retie Warren, l..r..n.l..nt.'a.e. No my hand ,and, this May Itv ""v'n "croaliy P. CAtty ,
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Phone 2639 Gainesville. Fla. Tng. Sqdn Branch P. 0., Chanute ..f I'lihlU'ntloii. and 'allce. tn 21. 1844.
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DAYS YOM-' M, AF.SO I'AINTINC! Smoked SAUSAGE lb. 15c
3 Nollie IK herehv given that the
City AKMeHHor. lit ra 0''' for" I Im ,I'lty AMI KK)KC KATINn
of Hlaiko, llra.ir.ini ('"""IV. |-lorld.i., '
will moet with the. 'lly "'"'"1\11 of FOR ISTIMTKiirrr.:
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FRIDAY, JUNE 2 1. 194<> I
PACK POUR, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA .

Saturday Haven, Hospital. Jacksonville, WII.
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Miss Margaret Monteith Weds Mr. McGriffIn B&PW Members Ellington-Rivers Arch .Ellington May 28.of Starke. on submitted to the secretary She

Church In Eustis Plan Chinese had stated that she would. .'onu-
,. Lovely Ceremony The ceremony was performed by over and give a talk to the auxiliary

--- I Garden PartyThe Rev L Q. Hemingway Norris at Kellyof his at the organization' .-. n.venlence \.

Jt home Ushers were providing she I In ,IVIMIat
-' regular June meeting of Jacksonville and Gerald Craw- least two weeks' notice

the Starke Business/ and Professional ford ot Starke. The president took the nan,,'x
Woman's Club was held bride choRe for her wed- .
The of all members interested :.r.: ,t.
Thursday evening of last week in of powder blue with I
dross
Office Gladys :Mooty! nemldeaee ding a tending the Legion Convention m
St Mark1 Parish Hall. A very which she wore white accesories.Mr A
Phone 20 Editor Phone 33 tl++0 I Gainesville Sunday. prize will
will
J r Interesting report was given by :! and Mrs. Ellington I be given to the unit with the
,. Mrs. Lillian Davis ,i Starke
I pss-ssrasssarrSSSSrSJ the Treasurer make their home near largest attendance
and the Committee making arrangements 'v where Mr. Ellington Is employedwith Plans were discussed f",r i
Sue Biggs HonoreeAt Marks-Martin for the Club's bulle- 4 Humphreys Gold Corp. Mrs. kitchen shower as utensiU dre
tin. The Starke Strawberries reported graduate of Brad-
Lovely PartyThe EngagementMr. Ellington/ Is / badly needed and a commnt'eon
that distribution would begin School.
ford.High .
:
arrangements was \appoint. oj
and Mrs. George II. Mark* with this issue Jane
Officer1 Club at Camp Three new members TI.I-
Blanding was the scene of a lovely of Deland. announce the engagement A report was made about the r: Legion Auxiliary wick, May Rusha and Mary Co\
party Wednesday evening, June of their daughter Marjorie dinner given at St. Edward's Re- ington. signed membership applications
IS.: when Lt. Col. and Mrs. Owen Sue, to Richard Martin son of creation Hall the previous week Plans ShowerThe and paid their fees,

Griffin entertained In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Olin Martin, also of and plans discussed for a Chinese : of American Le- Following the meeting refresh
Miss Sue Biggs In celebration of Deland. The wedding will be an t Garden Party to be held on Friday '- Auxiliary held its monthly 'ments .were served and a socla''
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her birthday anniversary.The event of late August August n, at 7:30: ( p.m. In gion Post night at o'clock.. chat enjoyed.
refreshment table was overlaid Miss Marks was born in Jack ry St. M I"k's Parish Hall. An educa- meeting Tuesday auxiliary did for
work the
with an Imported linen cloth sonville but has lived In Deland I tional feature will be held In connection the The Children's Clinic was NOW: The ball point pen the,
with Insets of lace and centered since childhood. She graduated with the party with a Crippled be successful. There work waited for "'.\Tl:1t.
with a tiered birthday cake In from Deland High and later from display of Chinese prints and art found to very of sandwiches and :MAN'S, With long-life cartridge.In .
ornamented with 16 objects. Other types of dinners w! Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers of were plenty
,
she polors.
pale green Stetson where was presidentof leftover 'beautiful Only $1.
with many
drinks, a good
pink birthday candles. Around the I PI Beta Phi and a member of be planned In a series followingthis Graham announce the marriageof I Small Ue, just right/ fur lwnY.,

cake were puffs of pink tulle and ,Who's Who. Prior to attending one along the lines of Inter- their daughter Selma to LeonA. The address of Sara Williams handbaBradford/ Co u a t yTelegraph.
silver and pink satin bows with a Stetson she was a student at est In the United Nations with .
Ellington, son of Mr and Mrs. I orthopedic field nurse In Hope
sprinkle of white fever few. The Agnes Scott College in Decatur, typical dinners of various foreign
cake was flanked by five-branched Ga. She majored In elementary I countries on the menu.

Oliver candelabra holding pale education and has accepted a position t The President, Mrs. Marion
green> tapers at one end of the In the Crew Street Elementary e Faulk announced that the local
table and at the other end were School In Atlanta. club donated 20 key chains with -OR HAPPY IAT1NO-Indoors orCoop Outdoors.Coma to A&P For "

liver compotes holding: artistic Mr. Martin was born In Quit- glow-in-the-dark tabs for favorsat

arrangements of white fever few man, Ga. and graduated from the the National Board Meetingto FOODSAT mt
and pink carnations. Silver bon- Deland high school. During the be held in Jacksonville in July, WEATHER Il : l

bon servers held pink and white war he served In the Navy and She also displayed a new gave i
mints and nuts. A crystal punch was stationed aboard the aircraft which was presented to the clubby

bowl centered the punch table carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt. He I Mrs. Edna Van Acker of Miami SAYINGSHOT J J J z I.
and was embedded In fern, inter- attended Stetson one year and Is who is the new State First
spersed with fever few. Mrs. Les- now majoring in electrical engin- Vice-president. .

lie Biggs presided over the punch eering at Georgia Institute of I A discussion was held regard- .

bowl. Technology In Atlanta. .. Ing the meeting date of the club
For Flavor-Perfect Iced Tea.
Dancing was enjoyed by the Miss Marks Is a niece of Mrs.S. and It was decided to change the I I I .
lb. 19cWhite
50 guests during the evening with L. Peek and J. M. and C. A. The First Baptist Church ol corsage. day to the 3rd Monday In each I Nutley Oleomargarine,

music furnished by A. W. Anderson Darby of Starke, and has visited Eustis, decorated with a profusionof Mrs. McGriff attended Bradford month with the July meeting to Our Own TEA
Jr. here on numerous occasions. white gladioli and chrysanthemums County high school in/ Starke be held on July 18. A social hour :

against a background of where she was graduated and later will be held at the Kingsley Lake House Evaporated MILK:
palms fern and tall candelabra where she Home of Mrs. Pauline Torode at
Stetson University

Executive Training! for the holding setting burning for the white beautiful tapers can waa majored tion. in Business Administra- this business time immediately meeting and precedingthe mem- 1 lIb. 91c --- y lb. 47c6 small cans 34c 3 tall cans 34c

dlelight wedding of Miss Margaret bers to Invite
are prospective
Mr. McGriff graduated from
HIGH SCHOOL Monteith daughter of Mr. and Andrew Jackson high school in members whom they would like Bread 1'"i' lb. home style loaf 18c
_... Mrs. D. A Monteith of Eustis toGreen Jacksonville. After serving in the to introduce to the group to at- I ,
Johnson McGriff. Jr., son IonaTOMATO
tend this social. Mrs. Torode
U. S. Army for two and
years
!of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. McOrlff of Vflss Madge Middleton and Mrs.
returning from overseas he en-
GRADUATES I'ac'kage nf 9
Starke which took place Tuesday
Elizabeth Andrews will be In
tered the University of Florida
June 7, at 7 m. JUICE Jane Parker Walnut Buns 25c
p. where he Is majoring In physical" charge of this event.A ,
The Rev. L. A. Shepherd of education.The call meeting of the group was
Ralford officiated at the double
young couple will reside In held Monday evening for further fan. Parker '

, ring Given/ ceremony.In. marriage by her father Gainesville discussion of the club project for 46 ounce can 23c Golden Loaf Cake, 17 oz. 25c

Out of town guests were: Mr. this year and to complete plansfor
the bride was lovely In a
I and Mrs. R. A. Green, Buizie and
k
r"t of traditional white satin the Chinese Dinner Party.
/gown
Rill Green Mr and Mrs. W. H.
I which featured. a scalloped neckline Mrs. Margaret Burdette and Mrs. Jane Parker POTATO CHIPS:
Graham, Bobby Biggs. Mr. and A&P Grade A
For the young man who can make the grade, the U. S. Army yoke. with The long an/ sleeves Imported of the Illusion fit. Mrs. Leslie Blggi I Mr. and Mrs. Del Colley are co-chairmen for 5 oz. 23c 10 oz. 45c
John Dean and William E. Hayes this event and will be assisted by
and administrative training ted. bodice tapered Into calla' lily
offers technical oppor
great new all of Starke; Mrs. W. P. Randall the entire club Com Salad
at the wrist. The gown membership. Fruits for
points
tunities! the Army training program you get oil of Tampa; Mrs. N. B. Davis and
Through fastened at the back with self pleted arrangements will be an- A AT: :Marv'lSandwich
leadership and experiencel I covered buttons. Her full skirt Marjorie Davis of Palatka; Mr. Bread I1'! Ib. loaf 18c
to a fast itart-advance steadily in and Mrs. Carl Ortalanl of Roy- nounced later. ,

details' about .Jt iht ended. In a cathedral train. The ersford. Pa; Mr.. and Mrs. Nat Mrs. Mildred Doyle and Mrs. No. 2*/ can 49c
Sff your recruiting officer for full finger/: tip veil of Imported Illusion Sternberg of Daytona Beach; Dr. Mildred Sapp served delicious cupcakes

advantages of art Army careeilAMERICA'S valley fell from and a she tiara carried of lllles-of-thc-an arm and Mrs. H. B. MeLendon/ and with cokes following the DEXO: 3 Ib. can 79; 1 Ib can 29c
Miss Jeannette McLendon/ of Or-
of white bride's roses and business session.
bouquet lando; Mr.. H. L. Speer of Pa-
RE RY TING FINEST MEN lilipH-of-the-valley/ centered with a
Ann
hokee; Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Page
white orchid. Her only ornament/
CHOOSE U.S. ARMY CAREERS! Gainesville grandmother of the
rhinestone necklace a gift
was a
groom; Mrs. L. A. Shepherd of
1 of the /groom Ralford; Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Harper MAYONNAISEQuart
POST OFFICE BUILDING Miss Sue Biggs( of Starke, maidof Jr. of Gainesville and Mr. and !
honor wore a yellow taffeta Mrs. R. L. Vaughn and Yvonne pAa FLA.1111L r+

STARKE FLA. gown fashioned/ like the bride's and Bobby Vaughn of Umatllla. STARKE 59c Pint 33c
with a tight bodice and full skirt. ---

t Mondays 9 a. m. to 12 noon A garland/ of daisies adorned her Presbyterian Men .

hair and she carried an arm bouquet I Mon., Toes., June 26-28 ...--...... -:- .q.: ,
of shasta daisies tied with Entertain Ladies 29c
Ann Page Sandwich Spread pt.
aqua satin ribbon. At Gold Head ParkMen The FightingO'Flynn California Vine-Ripened, Size 36's
The bridesmaids Miss Joyce Ann Page Creamy Smooth
Moody of Eimtls and Miss Betty of the Friendship Bible Peanut Butter 1 Ib. jar 33c Cantaloupes Jumbo's each 19c
Speer. of Pahokee, cousin of the Class ,
of the First Presbyterian
/groom were gowned In aqua tafFeta Church entertained the ladles of Douglas Fairbanks.. Jr.I'hl" Ann Page Pure Grape: Jelly lb. 23c
GEIf''She I with garland/ of daisies In the class at a delightful three- T. \Vprm Orrli. &: Cartoon Washington Pound

their hair and carried an arm course dinner at Godhead Branch Premium Saltine Crackers, Ib. 25c;
bouquet of Shasta daisies tied with CHERRIES Bing Red 25c
yellow satin ribbon, Park Friday evening at 7 o'clock. 11'ed.. Thnnt., June 29. 30DOdlUS Ripe
The men were the losers In lac"SuperRight"
Joalyce Graham of Starke cousin a FE.Tl'REThere Sunshine Whole Hed Pimientos
recent attendence" contest between
of the bride, and flower girl Goes California Long WashedPOTATOES
themselves and the ladles and

sure is wore fashioned a deep with pink n taffeta bustle dress back deserve a lot of credit for being'\ fw felt MMIIM White 5 lb. 29cFirm.
Heart Mwtf.HnjlMsvrt
trimmed In delphinium flowers! and such fine losers by planning/ their I Mv -
with she also wore delphinium In her own menu, preparing and servingthe eh**** AiP's FSIMVI Qualify"SuperRight"
pleased
1r new food etc.
hair With Fre.It'rl.Iau'h: Hard) HeailHLETTUCE

Hank Graham, (cousin of the After enjoying/ a nice swim thetIdies AND Meats Iceberg 60's, 2 for 19c
hrlilo, served all ring bearer. were Invited up for dinner
The bride's mother chose for her by C. M. Turney, Class Teacher Man From TexasJump
laughter's wedding/ dusty pink who like the other mole membersof !South Carolina Onld..n Jubilee

crepe model! fashioned with an the class, was attired In a Craig Lynn Sari PEACHES, Large, lb. -I'l'l' 19c
imported lace yoke and she wore beautiful feminine apron and chef HEAVY Western BEEF:

tt f,14I /a corsage of di-ep pink roses. cap. The menu consisted of shrimp Fri. Sat., July 1, 2 Red, H'IM'PLUMS'|
The groom's mother was /gowned cocktail swiss steak, creamed potatoes )><><'IILR FKATIKK Sirloin Steak,. lb. 89cCenur Calif. Beauties Ib. 23c
In an Imported bronze Chantilly pens tossed green salad -

lace end. her corsage! was of talisman assorted pickles rolls coffee Mystery In Cut
roses. drinks, and ice cold watermelon. Fresh. tJrren TOIIJN"tI.Irrn" Root

I Mrs Y A. Harris of GnlnesI Soft dinner music was enjoyed Chuck Roast, Ib. 59c CARROTS, 2 bunches for. 19c

I i vlllt, grandmother of the groom. throughout the meal. MEXICO
l. Fresh" Made. Loan
(I wore a white crepe dress with a ,W. W. Brown acted as head William I.limligan Jarqurlln
corsage of pink roses chef. Assisting under Mr. Brown's \\'lllt<>, Ricardo Cortez Ground Beef, lb. 49c Large, Red, Ripe WATERMELONS:

1 Pntrlrk MeCJriff brother of the capable direction was Tommy AND Whole 59c Halves 30c
sty groom ,served as best man. W. Attaway assistant to the chef

i., : Doubt wall Ushers were Joe Monteith, brother Walters were: O. W. Hunch, Guy The Return Of "SuperRight"MILK
of the bride and William Lee Andrews, E. C. C. CShepherd.
Hardln. VEAL
i'yi'* .sx.BtS'.sr" ur J*? k..p water hoi FED :
Harper of Kustls. R. G. Paterson H. C. Daniel Boone

M. F Carter of FAmtls sang'\ Bowers, Billy Jackson, T. 11. Me- TUNA FISH Sultana 7 35c
75c
lb. oz. can -
;l "I !Love You Truly"* and "B,- Neill and C. M Turney. Cartoons. ".."".y Harvest"Chapter Loin Steaks, ,
( 't Steel chani
, c usf>", accompanied by Mrs. L I : 111I..kfOd: :Marvel"'
W j .rIR-r) ,otrg i t for longer IIf.tfE A. Canova of Starke at the or- delightful Forty-six affair.members enjoyed this h"I.h'rChops GRITS, Jim Dandy lb. I'I' 29c

A gan. Traditional wedding! marches I lb. 63c
were me i 1'1'Bowlshaped tub soft music was rendered.A r lb. 51 lona Plain or Self-Rising
tfE )-;. i forfosterwasl.ng: reception was held at the I Chuck Roast, c
Howard's FLOUR 25 lb.
."'", t s i Grand View Hotel. The receptionroom I Drug bag 1.49
f -\1.; j"t; Super duty with trellises made of- fern Intermingled & lb. 49c
FRYERS
Prescription Shop Grade A
t .:,.'"
, ., I gardenias and arrangements of
,_ palms and tall baskets of gladioli Sliced! lil lona CUT GREEN:' MEANS, No. 2 can - 15c
J I and chrysanthemums. H, BACON, lb. 59c
The bride's table was overlaid
lona CREAM 1 STYLE CORN:' No.: 2 can 17c
$14.95 ;with a white linen cloth centered Kern KingSliced
\ with a tiered wedding cake and BACON lb. 49c
t DOWN I flanked by burning white tapersIn DAY & NIGHT SERVICE Sunn>'field Ass'tM. CEREALS 10 pkgs. 27c
silver candelabra
I Smiikeit! Pound
Mrs. Matthew Arnow and Mrs. Sunn field PUFFED '
RICE I
B!, oz. pkJr. tOe
I K. J. Burrell greeted guests at PHONE 79 BACON SQUARES 25c

a Speed Queen always brings new joy the door. Others aalll"Unwert"/ Sunnyfield PANCAKE MIX
YES I Mrs. Fred Helton. Mrs. W. H. Cellophane ".ral'.t. round 20 oz. pkjr. 13c:

every home. Clothes are cleaner, Graham Mrs. W. P Randall and FRANKFURTERS 49c

wash days are shorter, laundering costs are the :Misses Carolyn Byerly. Mary Talco STARTING MASH: 100 th. 3.75; 25 lb. 99cM
Jane Treen and Virginia Britt
lower service calls are a rarity! Stop in Mrs Ralph Rhodes presided over 218 TEMPLE: AVE. \\etrrn Loin End Cut Pound

his week. the bride's book. STAHKE FLA. Pork Roast or Chops 59c
When Mr. and Mr. McGriff !
Well Trimmed
left for their the
wedding trip C

C. H. Nasworthy General Supplies bride was wearing a blue suitfashlon..d \'.\:>IS": :MARGARET Quirk. FI'Uft'DPerch
on tailored lines, with Fillets lb. 33c
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a white georgette crepe blouse HOWARD
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" Mrs. Eustls McKnight was call Chris Carrntt son of Mr. and Miss Watterson Weds Mr. and Mrs. Watterson. wherea Mr. & Mrs. Duncan pastel green. Balancing the center

I t. ed to Columbia S. C. Monday because Mrs. A. H. Carratt. Is attending large number of friends gathered arrangement were two three-
.. of the serious Illness of her summer school at the V. of F In Mr. McMahon In to extend best wishes to the Celebrate Silver branched candelabra holding burnIng -

<. mother. Mra. E. L. Langston. Mrs. preparation for his doctor's de Hampton SundayA newly-wedded pair Spring flowers Wedding AnniversaryMr. white tapers entwined wlthi

,I- McKnlght was accompanied to gree. !Mr. Carratt received Ills were attractively placed throughout pink pompoms and silver ribbon.

n Columbia by her daughter Dolor bachelor's degree at Stetson, last wedding of beautiful simplicity the rooms, which were opened and Mrs. Kasper Greene The buffet was decorated with

es. year and received his master's was performed in the First ensemble. Photographs were taken Duncan of 420 N. Walnut Street an arrangement of pink gladioliand

< Friends of Nate Dyal will regret degree from Tulane University In Baptist Church of Hampton on of the bride and groom and their were at home to their friends on white pompoma In silver urn.
to hear that he suffered a New Orleans the early part of Sunday afternoon at 4:30: o'clock I wedding! attendants. Serving at At the other end was a silver
11 1.-_ JJSSSSSrSSSSrS p broken foot Monday while at this month. when Florence Harvene Watter the punch bowl and assisting with [Saturday evening, June IS, from candelabrum.Soft .

James B. Rosier Mrs. D. E. Johnson and tlaUlth.// Mrs. the cake and mints were the 3:30 to 10 o'clock at which time
II Mr. and Mrs. work but the Injury Is mending New $3.05: I>res.oe4.! Stump's.Mr. son, daughter! of Mr. and : music was rendered! by
p and family of Palatha were' Sunday ter. Miss Ruth Johnson and son nicely. and Mrs. F. J. Sha'V and Martin Luther Watterson of ,Misses Jane Recher. Peggy Illn- they celebrated their 25th wedding Mrs. J W. Kincaid and Miss Virginia

guests of J. L. Sllcox and Ernest of Bynum. Ala. formerlyof See the Cloth at son, Lamer. were business visitorsIn Hampton. became the bride of son. Sylvia, May Martha liuV'ne< anniversary. Sewell.
Starke have moved to Azalea TlJI"'S'1 of Margaret Hall\, Mrs.. Irene Faulkner .
family. Jacksonville last Friday. Donald Wine McMahone son Pink gladioli tinted fever few,
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Mrs. Jessie L. Young is In Throughout/ the evening, Mr"
1I' Mrs. Steve Simmons t la visitingMrs. I I Courts. Orange Turk. Miss Johnson Tallahassee from June 13 until I Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mrs. Mrs. Evelyn Fensier, of Ft. My- Mrs. T. J. Mersereau and, rail lillles and carnations Wf'reus",1 T. R. Duncan sister-in-law of the

Anna Bell Street' in Miami has taken a job with the July 1 assisting In the publication -! W. H. Nollman were at St. Augiiistine "- era Mrs. Mildred Snpp. throughout the lower floorof hosts served punch on the run-

I for several week Jacksonville Naval Air Base. of the State DepartmentPublic I Beach the latter part of The Rev. Wilbur A. Scott of Keeping the brides book at the the home In decorating for this porch. Th' > crystal bowl was.

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Howell of Mrs. T. B. Harding' and son. Class Room Instruction : last week. Starke. officiated at the Impressive entrance of the living room were lovely affair.Margaret placed on a table surrounded by

Clewlston were Wednesday guests Tom. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Bulletin.Mr. I Mrs. Loran L. Conner and double-ring ceremony and Miss\, / Haven Crosby and Miss Rose, attractive young shasta daisies and fern.

of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs. and daughter Janet returned Friday -I and Mrs. Dutch Fun
Friends of Mrs. Grace Laving- from a two weeks visit in burke, are spending the summer Ga. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. vows with solemn sacredness The large wedding cake wag anti Sue Duncan, their niece lace covered table in the music

house Welch and Miss Llolu Lpe, Knoxville, Tenn., Rome and Atlanta at Georgetown, S. C. F. J. Shaw and, family Monday Mammoth palm fronds formed topped with a miniature bride greeted. guests; at the door and room.

" will be Interested to learn that Ga.Miss I evening. Mrs Conner and Peggy the back-gronud of the chancel anti groom and, was a masterpiece presented them' to the receivingline
they have opened a beauty parlorIn Madge Brownie, Miss Mrs. Robert Young and daughter : returned to their home Tuesday with two tall white candelabra, of beauty In design. I whl..h'l1a composed of the The guest list Included\ the two
Connie of Jacksonville I
I were night bridge clubs n few Intlmatxfriends
Mobile, Ala. on June 2. Mrs. Mary Brownlee and Mrs. J. E. after spending several days hero beneath an archway of fern Interwoven The ninny lovely shower and, hosts Mr and Mra. Duncan and
last
guests of Mrs. P. K. Canova of Lake Butler Mr. and
" Welch and Miss Lee are former Futch are returning home this with relatives.Mr. with white gladioli, wedding gifts were on display In j Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of
week. Norma Canova acompanled Mrs. T K. Duncan and daughter.
residents of Starke. I weekend. Miss Madge and Mrs. the Youngs back to Jacksonville and Mrs. Calvin Johns had I which formed a span over the the sun parlor. After an hour with Tampa who were also observing, Sue of Gainesville and Mr*. Roy
i Futch have been visiting In Washington I altar proper. Large floor baskets their guests Mr. and Mrs. Mc- their silver anniversary.Mrs. .
Buddy Faxon has returned to for a week's visit. I as> their guests last week Mr. and I Smith of Tennllle, Ga.
I. Florida-Southern for the Bummer D. C. and Baltimore. Md. Mrs. W. D. Sexton of Atlanta of white gladioli were on either Mnhone left for Silver Springs : Roy Smith' sister of the
4 for three weeks and were accompanied Miss Garnita Hutto, Mrs. Carolyn -' side of the altar rail and the and in South Florida where I
points into
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school term. Hall Ga. and l Mr. and Mrs. Thurman I I hostess Invited the !guests
yo Mrs. Iva McI 'Mary for a weeks visit before were in Washington, D. C. from the motif of shady dell .
a
Conner and Miss Barbara re-1' Macon Ga. < moon. Mrs. McMahone chose ather I served refreshments.
/ to Starke. Miss will Thursday of last week until Mon. and visiting membersare
turning Mary In soft candlelight.
j seen traveling attire a dark blue
Conner returned Saturday from a Mrs. Ed lIniioiof Jacksonville I The table, overlaid with a beautiful
On Wednesday they were I!
be home for a three week's vaca- day. The bride, who was given in gabardine suit with pink nylon Invited to attend a regular
three weeks visit with Mrs. Paul met in Columbia S. C. by Mia. Is visiting her mother Mrs. Bertha cut-work cloth was centered!'
Denmark marriage by her father was beautiful blouse. and gloves and Navy accessories. meeting of the "''alde, OES Chap!
ine Hlghtower in S. C. tion.Mrs. Shellie Hall and Mm. Klnney'i Pearce this week. I with a tiered' wedding cake, Icedin
Smith of Tenmlle Ga. of
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Na worthy Roy In a gown shimmeringwhite With these she wore n white and pastel green and ter. Friday, June 21, at 8 p.m.
is visiting her brother-in-law and son. Wayne They all will visit Mrs. F. J. Shaw spent Wednesday slipper satin with a wide .
purple orchid corsage.On will be held'
Brunswick Ga. the of bride's Also a banquet which
were in over topped' with a nosegay
relatives In Columbia until Sun in Palatka with friends.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. 1 K.: O. Duncanfor flowing train. Chantilly lace wn their return to Hampton
weekend aa guests of Mr. and roses and valley lilllt-s outlined at Schenck's at 8 p.nhonorlnjC
several weeks. Mrs. E. C. Sparks of Mlcanopy worn at the neckline, and the they will short while with
Mrs. J. O. Deaver. day.Mrs. spend a with incline The cake rested on I the official visit ofIr: Florence
Miss Ann Klrchniann of Belle P. E. Canova and son, Paul Is spending this week with Mr. basque waist was' enchunccd! bya relatives and will then leave for Grand Matron.
Lawn. a lace mat surrounded with pink Carter Worthy
Lndy Slipper Pique I Glade Is the guest of the Claude and daughter, Emma Jane and and Mrs. S. E. Sparks. row of tiny satin-covered buttons their home In VirInla.Amonlol' / and silver meline bows. Further Those desiring to attend should
\Vatfi2: Pique. Indifin Head. Johns' family for two weeks. Mrs. Gladys Harrington were In of with long tapering sleeves, of
Little John Keith Wynn. son out town guests attending carrying yiit the anniversary motif -I notify, Mrs. Ruth Dees, W.M.. or
Print & Solid Color Cloth of, Mrs. Fred Guy of Gainesville Gainesville on business Mondayand Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn, celebrated the skirt was slightly bouffant, the wedding were: Mrs. I was. the date 1021-1019\ In Miss Louise Hauler-son, Secretary.Sapp's .
old; at STUMP'S STORE. Mrs. 'V. H. Thomson Jr. of Mon- 'V.. nesday. his first birthday anniversary and the wedding veil was of lace Evelyn Fensier, Miss Gloria Poff. ..

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gentry and: I tlcello and Miss Lillian Stump of E. P. flitter of Hamlet. N. C. Saturday at a family dinner. trimmed sheer illusion worn overa Mrs. Bessie Bryant Jimmie and

two children Marllou and Leenanof Starke are spending from Thurs arrived at the L. S. Hutto home Walter Barnes of New Orleans, beaded coronet. The bride worea I I David McMahone!, Ft. Myers; Cor-

Pensacola are spending two day to Sunday in Miami. last Friday for a short visit. On Conn. was the guest of Miss Alice double strand of pearls a gift bin Camel) Orniond; R.C. Gray

weeks at the Week's cottage on I. Orville Morgan of Ruskin was Sunday and Monday Mr. Ritter St. John and Dick St. John from of the groom and curried a white I Jr. M.E. Smith, Deland l: Mr. and

Kingsley Lake. visiting relatives here last week. and his sister Mrs. Hutto, visited Friday until Monday. Mr. Barnes satin-covered Bible with a deep I Mrs. R. F. Touchton, Bell; Mr. Store

Mr. and Mrs. .oe. Wilson hadas Billy Dampier Is visiting his relatives in Tampa and St. Peters waa enroute to Miami and will purple orchid In a shower spray. I and Mrs. M. N. Strickland, Alaohuu -

their Sunday guests at Kings-/ /grandparents Mr. and Mrs. P. A. burg. I stop with the St. Johns' this week- Mra. Archie G. Elland sister of II I ; Miss. Louise l Kelly: !Mrs.

ley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dampier in High Springs.Mr. otham; Gold Stripe Nylonsat ; end on his way home. the bride. was matron of honor, Bessie Hazen St. Petersburg;

Wilson and son Robert and Mrs. and Mrs. L. F. Smith, Sr. STUMP'S DEIT. STORE. Mra. Julia Sukaly of Yardly and wore a pale blue taffeta' Mrs. O. J. Lelte, Mrs. W. L. Summers SPECIALS: FRIDAY & SATURDAY JUNK :21 1 & 23;
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Lee McDonell of Jacksonville.Mr. had as their Sunday guests. Dr. Diane Gillen, daughter of Pa- Pa. will arrive here Monday to floor length gown, of extreme, 'I Mrs. C. E. Stelnhuuser, Mrs

and Mrs. E. M. Davis I left I and Mrs. George A. Dame, Mr. trolman and Mra. Hal Gillen, left spend two weeks with' her daughter simplicity with puffed sleeves J. M. Maxwell, Mrs. Leo Wiggins/ ,

Tuesday' for Ogden burg, N. Y. and Mrs. John H. Dame and Tuesday for Camp Montreal N. Mrs. E. T. Shull. and family and flowing hem line. Site held I Marie 'VIo'gln.Ir"/: Theo Urnnnlng. I

and Canada for a three weeks va i George A. Dame Jr. of Fernar.- C. for two months.Mr. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and n nosegay of blue pompom rhl'YI I Misses Madge Gay Betty Standard Pack Fancy
dina. santhemums.Bridesmaids. Durling. Winona Sullivan, Jacksonville ,
cation. They were accompaniedto and Mrs. n. C. Dampier Miss Llllie Thomas of Jacksonville I
New York by Mrs. H. H. Rev. Fred Yerkes returned last had as their dinner guests Satur were guests of Mr. and Mrs.V. I were the Misses ; Mr. nnd Mrs. O. J. Rry-
week from London England Louise 1 Kelly: of St. Petersburg ant Waldo; Faye and Lena Starling RICE
young who will visit relatives.Mrs. day. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Orlffls M. Wimberly last Friday even I TOMATOES Blue Rose
I S. L. Peek spent the weekend whore he spent the past six weE'k..1 and daughter Marcia, of Theres- ing. and Mary Ella Ward of Starke. Mrs. I D. V. Underwood, Mar. I
brother- Rev. Yerkes was assisting the' dressed In Identical gowns\ of pink lone.. Mary Elizabeth and 1 Martha
In Deland with her sa. Mrs. J. W. Clapp and daughters Ladies' Rain Coats & Umbrellas -
clergy of the Church of EnglanddurlnjC and, yellow taffeta silk respectively I Underwood l. Mr and Mrs. Audrey
I in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Pat and Bobby of Atlanta, $2.!>* lit STUMP'S.Miss .
I the Easter advent due to and holding colonial nosegaysof / I Turner, Betty Joyce Turner, Mrs
i Geo. H. Marks. Ga.. and Mis. Julia Marie Dam- Sylvia Morse and her houseguest
Mrs. T. K. McClane. Jr. attendedthe the clergy/ shortage there. pier and Parker Dumpier of Jacksonville. Miss Thelma Hngberg ofHlaleah pom-poms to match their I l.itti'attei'stn, Gainesville' 2 Cans 25c 3 lb. 33c
Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Sr. had as gowns. Moth{ the matron of honor Mm. Paul Meng! and son State
Tallahassee ,
PTA Short Course in returned Thursday of last I II
her dinner guests Monday and bridesmaids wore matching Farm; Mr. and Mrs. Fred S.
from to
Mr'l
Tuesday Fridayof week from a two week's sessionat _
week. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson nnd Mrs. Lox Green and sons, Buzzy taffeta bandeaux, on their hair I Dodd" Mr. and Mrs. Lester Miller'
this
R. L., Jr.. of St. Petersburg and and Michael and Mrs. H. L Speer the Baptist Student Union As. and white nylon gloves. Keystone Heights Mrs. R. U
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Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and I aembly In RUlgecrest: N. C. Miss | I
children and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. :Mrs. O. A. Anderson of Starke. of Pohokee are spending a few Hagberg was a guest soloist at the Little Alta Marie Eiland daughter I Crosby Mr. and Mrs. J. C Snpp (Great: :Northern" Plantation or Jim Dandy)

Hazen spent Sunday with Mr and' Do ;you sew' ? Beautiful materials days In Baltimore. Md. Mrs. Y. 'Baptist Revival Sunday evening./ of Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Ktlaml: { and sons, Mrs. (I. 10:. Culshnw.
I A. Harris of Gainesville Is caring 'of Hampton was the diminutive Gnrklmi\ Freida Green., Mr
at STUMP'S: STOKE. Mary
Mrs. Purvis Hazen in Ocala. and
C
i j Mr. and Mrs. C. Hoppe
fur Lou and Bill Green while Mrs. flower girl, and was dressed In I land Mrs. P. II. Faulkner Miss BEANS : GRITS
weekend
j son. Jimmy of Tampa were I
Green Is out of town. aqua pattercned after the brldes-' Haven Crosby Miss, / Many Kiln: ,
of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. ,
| /guests I
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hartmannand
mulcts' gowns. and wore a srlf- Ward Hellbronn Springs; Mr. and i
I
Yes The Tourists And Transients Like I son Eddie Jr.. have rented Beasley. material bandeaux, and nylon Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr.. Miss Ed-.
the Dlshinger cottage on Bedford New selection of Skirts, in gloves. She carried a small nqim I Inn Noegcl/ Leonard Nuegel. El-

I ( Our Food. I Lake for three weeks. solid colors & printed 'sizes silk basket flllud. with rose petals, 1 mer Johns. Mr. and l Mrs. UohtHiirksilulo. 2 Ib. 23c 5 Ik 28c

Hut we still have time to cater I Miss. Isabel Fernandez assist 21 to ::10.) $2.1!)S at STU II-8. which she scattered In the brldu'n I Miss Carol White Mi ,

ant professor at Elmira College Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Brown and pathway. i and Mrs. Wilbur Scott, Mr und I -

to the home folk We ap- I IPl'.clate Elmira. N. Y. Is visiting her mother family of Tallahassee are spending Mr. McMnhrme had as his best i Mrs. T. .1. Merserciiu Mr. and I

business. and always Mrs. R. S. Fernandez.Mr. thin week at their cottage on. man, his brother Jlmmle M<'I\la. I I Mrs. Jlmmle Beaver Miss Dorothy !
your and Mrs. Robert W. Metz- Kingsley! Lake. hone of Ft. Myers and ushers I Ross Mrs. W. B. Alexander. I'IU'nI.BEUT:" : Valley Prime

try to please" our friend at home.! ger and daughter, Irene are Vacationing Mrs. J. H. Fields< and daughter were David McMahone another Miss Wllma Alexander, Mr. and

for a month In Connecticut Hazel were weekend guests of brother, of Ft. Myers Frederick Mrs. Guy Andrews and, son, Tommy

Massachusetts and New Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Haight in I.. '''WntterHon brother of the bride, Mr. anti IIrs.V.. L. Ward.. TOBACCO Sweet PEAS !\

Still Serving Our Famous Business Men's 1 York.Maiden Jacksonville.Mrs. Archie G.: Kiland and Emory I... Mr. and Mrs. (I. L. Lovell anti

.-Form & Cossurd; C. G. Carter of Providence Brown, Hampton.Mrs. I daughter/< of Stnrke nml Mrs 1 I

LUNCH 50c Bras at STUMP'S STORE.Mrs. spent from Thursday through Saturday Wattrrson mother of the 'Charley 1<:,'lIy. Brooker. *

J. \V. Pooser was In Tampa of last week with her mother bride wore navy blue crepe, with
GUIDON GRILL Mrs. Laura I. Powell. Mrs. lOc Per Tin 2 Cans 23c
I St. Petersburg and Bradenton fora navy accessories and. an attractive Birthday Dinner
few days thin w..ek.Mr. R. E. Tanner of Baldwin was also white dahlia corsage I

GEO. KOPF.LOUSO9 and Mrs. J. H. Dupre and visiting her mother, Mrs. Powell Mrs. Fensier, the groom's mother For Mrs. Prevatt .'

daughter Nancy spent the weekend over the weelu-nd. I was gowned In n summer ,
at Atlantic Boach. Mr. and, Mrs. James Hale of model of white crepe, with blue Mr. unit MI'''. Claude Prevail. I

Phone 52-J S. L Peek Jr. returned Monday Tococca Ga. were recent visitorsof floral design and her!' corsage: was and children are ovciuping lil.idys, OCTAGON; ) CUT-KITE

8pB Qy.DEe SEt\VICE from a vacation spent in New. Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Colon of variegated brick-rose baby dnh-: MunsHI's\ cottage for a few werkr I

w. .ouow ?MS SON4 Mrs. Hartmann York City and Washington D. C. Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Covlngton lies wit h two-tone satin ribbon. While there Mrs" Prevail gnvn n

Mrs. Carl Wynn attended tha and son Irvin and Mr. and Mn. A program of pre-ntiptiul mimic birthday dinner for fii-r. ninthei. Soap or 'PovderV\ AX PAPER

State Convention of Disabled J.Li Trawlck and daughter attended and the traditional wedding I Mrs. C. M. McKlnney

American. Veterans and Its Auxiliary the State Board of Health picnic marches were played.. by Mrs. Out of town /guests< were Mr

Every Branch ofINSURANCE which waa In session Friday at Rubin's picnic grounds in CliiiidM I.. May who ulsr ,uccoin- and l Mrs. E. A. Hutten and son,

through Sunday of last week at Jacksonville on Saturday. pnnleil, Miss Norma Sweeney ust and Mr. and Mrs Jim Burns all
ft. roll 25c
the Hotel Mayflower In Jackson H. P. Hoerlg of Milwaukee, Wis. she sang "Mi-cmmc"( und. "I 'Love of Jacksonville" ,. 3 for 25c i 1125 I

ville. was visiting In I Keystone Heightsand You Truly." 111'8.f'Klnney\ received, ninny

Mrs. Ben!' Holtzendorf returned Starke last week. Mrs. May's) gown was of petal lovely gifts.

home Sunday alter visiting her STAR HIMNI) Shoe at pink hi'mbcrg, with flower design" ___________________. _________________________1
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STUMP'S) I DEIT.: STORE.Mrs. ) and her shoulder I
mother. Mrs. Koolbeck In Jasper. corsiige wax a

H. C. WALL\ AGENCY fig While there Mrs. Holtzendorf's E J. Duhmer and son pink dahlia with rosebuds l SALE SALE SALE !

sisters from Texas and Georgia Frank are spending two weeks Ii Miss Sweeney wore .u formal :

visited also. Daytona with friends gown of poiulre blue, with brorndoMleivc's. '
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PLEASH PHONE: Mrs. Abner Gordon of I'ensa- and her flowers> wire

Constant Service Over 50 Years cola was visiting her aunt, Mrs. I Make old stamp. |HUH| work Ilk dark-red baby dahlias with mum' F
MabrI\ Sullivan yesterday. Abner new with our rubber otantn pad bows Floor Lamps jJ !
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and Helen are going to Cur con Ink. four '0'''. 8:1(' |,ier jar. llriul! \Following" tnu ceremony, a reception .
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Ven.-zuelainAiiguevt. font County Telegraph.. was held ut the home of : ,;c t'lASl'tTTf ) -

Mrs.. R- L,. Richard of Jacksonville I' H I (' ..: 7-W.tY I. I (J II T SOnly HCTr
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spent Monday and Tuesday J Jj

with her; daughter, Mrs. \V. ) SNACK TABLES ; 9.95

---- J Epperson, Jr.. and family I
.n-I. FOTl f'ALB..pd raillos, phonoffraphN. III IIia JTI YiIviJflSatu.rtlay :%
FUIJXISHED. !' *'> "..rtahl *it. l.ld up. '*hAn Mrs. T. Frank Landrum an.1dlluhteno. S .95
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furnUhod apt* .
A I.'. Shfphor.l. ltn lio M aat Cuvor /! Martha and Francesvlslt..d
able. All convnlnc Utr-1 Court It MurtiHon m,* IfKl.l. j .. ,,till uiiilii.t' la"Io'lorlh..h.
Colunln.1. Inn. 101 W. Mailnon. | Mrs. Landrum's parents,, "
-_ 1.011'1)) I I"..t.II.%.. co I Mr. and Mrs. Rogers in Jarksonvillt .\1.... He sure" and net one while
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M>UKI>. .NUK-1 'l\nU\I" :8_. 4A tt-lni-h MrlU pump ; ', June' 23: nuk. we have; this nice lamp on
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& Z-ln.-h well") I'rlrf r Mucclenny. Corbln and Gene Carnell of
.Im-h...hah...>. Water or nn pay.Muttyarl. John I Ormond DOUBLE) FEATURE; DON JUAN _
III. 2. "boX *:JI.1' are visiting their grand -
Jr. 2tp6.4ALF. SELL YOUR TIMBER father. F. A. Krr..l l-1>nn, IV-lty l.ln .stark.. Flu. Scott, before leavIng .
NOW '- ''-- sl'il\9.(11\ I! _ A $20 Value .
bo*. IIS;i for Camp of The Wood In the 'Ztr ; oo.a % ,, & Cartoon "Lone Star I
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FOR : A 75-lh Highest Cash. Prices Paid U9.MlnEI ; "
3rollpr Adirondack '
a l-hom wagon, 123; a | I Mountains New York. I j 'ttjtk i Slate
nn. mill.' $.iS.! All In wood ahflp." I Miss Lucille Dixon of Bnuiford i !!: a
:J. E. Adkln: }( mptOfl. 2tp H WILL rnWiN BULK 'I ;II O R A I_
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FOR RF.='IT: 10-rm. honi.*. s..wly OR IN: Ul'iITEDWI'i Mrs. Martin Land. I I" TIM-N., "''...1. June 2H( 311
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palnd' rea.natl.l WrIte or call and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza : ftt >In. v.ry l lilY' care UaIfldNVItt' .tFI'':. : W. PECKOr and Gloria Johns of Jacksonvillewere I DOUBLE: "FEATUKE IJLF .
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P. O. Box 463 M..... T. J. Griffin. AND

=1 3rm. garage apt """ I Gainesville. Fla. Carnell Kissing BanditFrank
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Send me a postcard and I Iwill Ruth London of IKtWID If lOVE TURNED 24'ri
In "Xfhonl <>flha'rmacy Daytona Beach Slimtni Kalhrjn (ran I S.,11.1 V.is.iIJuiin
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"". by: Part'senior'n'P; come see you. ,' and Fred A. Scott were dnn..r'lI'1pstll BPlu.H COlDI I II What A 95 .

-ran work 121. ",; of Mr. and Mrs. J. T a's'1j I AND: ) LI Plate.I..eMlrrr'; .
FIlMS
)1. A Hun." Phono lIFT: KKPOItK 1|OO P.M.nK .
\nv CTti4Nv, ... ... SKIT i IJII \'. Quigley Sunday. : ,
Jo'on II.\T.." 1I..lrdu'nplnllf lwt hay. Jtl.rake.flod 2. "....::1.u"r miop. if Richard H. Long of Clewlston KING of GAMBLERSMartin ._- C
COW. Jeff Ideal fur ctor-
HI ,; Is !
HOT 12*. $stark It FOR RKNT: .m. store bide near spending his two week's vacation CASH' \ .AM ('ui,,,,.* In a.,1 l Mlri-t
vines. pu..rt"1 hue ..,... A nrhnol. on hlway. J T.StrWANNKK with his mother, Mrs. F H. : A U'rlichtTlinr Ing your winter
JenR SALK- Potato... nd{" you 1.I"11If1.. St4rk.. Ftc., 4-22" Long. I XTut ....
Itlean.II.BO, / p. thoii. I I ('11)1 hing. CAICICV" .: O'If' : ii "rlt.
b'a'Cs.
rut them.. Ida !Unreal Kt. 2' 7..lI I COI-'NTY: I.IVKSTorKMARKKTf :!' Dr. Tom Ritch left Wednesday I I

.. Owned o".ra..d Auction by nalit J.*T..'ch. Otloni W...., for Jacksonville where he ha* taken -' ... 'rl-"n. 34. July 1 |>rlrr. !fUSE
FOR IIAI.E' 1.hor.e Wfltflfl. novae the : utIle 1UJDGET( : PLAN: 1 : .
ParsaIfl prirCnlit Jr. Ph flUI. l.lvo Oak. Flu. 4-1 position as resident physician ...

farm Whit.. npl.mnt.'. Utor. w.... of ""ltn..1 It!> POTATO VINES FOR BAT.R. If at St. Vincent's hospital. ,i ;'Si. I.eI._:-r.-_..d__.L.t, n_.154",'-_- .4 DOUIJLE! ; FEATUKE; Shop UH thiit u-eek. Manu bargains ttM numerous to mention.
hide.FOR vot wwnt irnod fopp skIn Porto Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and'sons.
.. bn.n RIco "'..tatn Vln... srnwn from .rr .
Richard
A. chl.-k.n SALE: hou lit a.".fl'prIde?. "'tnrk"ho.ui n' Afl-ItO tlfled" a thotinitnd rtrnwn an.rut me.Jk Any d..I1.e".o"l amount In Mayo for the and weekend Edward.visiting were I now Place Like Koine" 3 Godfathers IT'S1t'FtCT YOU CAN I) 0 BET TEll AT

plr 41/1/ rent.r $thvm.] BO John s tholloanl D. 1'11(0.uncl rIght you nonlil rut. Mrs. Land's parents. Mr. and Mr. IMth John Wayne'tN I II
I LT.Et! CnppP skin !potato ... of Robert
FOR d..llnrpd( hlirhway( 301 1'mll north Lancaster Sr.
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vln $1 p"" th"u..n" l4tark ''I'!> 7 H( & Chapter 12 "Frank & Jennie
In vniintv. F. C. Io4CeN.*'B?..-.1* Mr. and Mr. Ernest Phillipsand : D Denmark Furniture Co.
to..x HI. HlArk APT. FOR RENT: : Furnl ll il. rail Mr. and Mr.. W. T Powell

1.1" ,.,, ......1 .1"" Riasi-, .t 13J T.mpl. 'or. IH> left Thursday for a two week's | I GANGS of CHICAGONolan i

n... Prof...lon&l Womens atHurt WANTED: 2nd hand shy play p..n. motor trip to New OrUan and ,: James" Serial. I t" M..._ I PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.
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awarded a unique vase. be with them for several weeks. Icy, were In Gainesville -
FarIit Miss Wynette Goodman of Cuth- Thursday. shopping ville spent last week: at her home who make a desperate attemptat lone survivor and although he U

State THEATRE P\RTY bert, Ga.? arrived Wednesday to HamptonBy here.Mrs. escape over the desert, fighting apprehended, a twist of the tale
and Brian Kucera: Jane Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Miller of Roaa Plnholster
Patney! visited Mr.
.
visit her brother-in-law and sister storms, harrowing thirst, and turns him from vtlllan Into hero..
By Mr.*. Bryan Whltflcli' and Henry Rlchardc, Jimmie Mon. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Klrkland. Mr*. M. C. Sweeney Jacksonville visited Mrs. Lottie and Mrs.! Floyd Wiggins of New
the ominous shadow of Is In top form as the
Edwards last weekend. their pur- Wayne
River
rrlrf and Nan Robinson enjoyed a last weekend.
Other guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Evon Harrell attended the suer amiable two fisted leader df the
cooperative picture show party in .
Mrs. Cos<
Kirkland Thursday were Mrs. SWIM.MINO ile Laramore of St.
'bRIDGE nxn MEETING Starke Thursday. The group Clyde Griffla, Buddy and Miss PAKTVThe' Baptist Assembly at DeLand last Petersburg la visiting Mrs. Mattle Complications arise when they desperadoes. Armendariz, aj his

)Are. Tom Conners was hostess. went over on their bicycles having Geraldine Griff of Lawtey. Hampton Training Union I week.Mr. Sowells for a few days. I come upon a dying mother and are excitable lieutenant, contributes

at last I weeks meeting ot the lunch at "Twin Tines" on the Robert Flllyaw left Friday to enjoyed a Swim Party and Picnicat and Mrs. T. W. Markey Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Cano persuaded to adopt her infant to the comedy overtones, and Har
the Salvation were
J. Farm-Starke highway. Army Camp on visited his sister, Mrs. Rose Jor child a situation which gives way I Carey Jr, makes an auspiclom
State Farm Bridge Club. The spend a week with frlenda In Bedford Lake, In Gainesville Wednesday.Mrs. ry
afternoon
Thursday of Jacksonville to both
day
tender
Friday.Mr. and humorous"! debut in the dramatic part of
C Wallace home was the setting: Mrs. J. L.. Dowling and her son, Florence Mr. and Ky.Mrs. A. C. DAvis had I of last week. Homemade Ice cream and Mrs. Pitt Baxter visited Buddy Russ and Mrs. moments. In the end Wayne Is the I Ir' the wounded boy.

for this party and exquisite summer J. L., moved Monday to their for. and assorted cookies were enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis of Truby Hodge were In Gainesville
as their guests for the Father'sDay ,....
by the than "
flowers of delicate hues added mer home In Mactlcnny. more thirty guests Jacksonville last weekend Sunday morning. "
weekend Mrs Marcus Reddish
Mr and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland and present Miss Harvene Watterson :Mrs. Hamp Conerly of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano visited
Its charm for the occasion.
to and her Roger, of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirkland were son Keystone the Junior Girls Teacher was visited Mrs. Mattle Sowell Satur her mother, Mrs. II. C. Martin of WANTED 500 SALESMENREWARD
Mrs. Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle :
Having a dCBSfrt-brldxe/ presented of
In Gainesville Thursday because ot a gift crystal as a Hawthorne. Friday,
la mode immediately A. N land and their daughter, day.Miss
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nerved
Gunnvrs pie a parting token from I
the death and subsequent funeral the Training Louise Kelley: of St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs Ovid Gano and
Meredith of Orlando
after her guests arrives Ann and Mr. Union.
services of Mrs. Ernest Kirkland: visited her Mr.
parents Mr. and son, and Mrs. Muriel Gano of
and Mrs. J. Strickland
the B. and
the
During progression
of that, city.Following. Mrs. Charlie Kelley last Gainesville
weekend. visited Mr. and Mrs. for
pluyrrs were refreshed with Colas. their eon, Johnnie, of Gainesville. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
an extended stay Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Gerald
Gano
lUr*. Sidney Walker of Waycross, 'Mrs.. R D. Whltfleld and Mrs. Parker of Flint Mich., will be Interested Robertsof Sunday evening.
with relatives In Miami. Mr and Starke visited Bert Stokes Mr and Mrs.
MJ. A. Bi>iivl r returned homoSunday. weekend. children of Branford and Mr.
Joining the club mem- B. Clopton and Miss Doris CloptonIn their second daughter Linda Sue, and
Knrouto: they visited Miss Mrs.
Madge Blosa of Miami la Raymond Crews of Jacksonville
tsrrw, in the games and In bingo Jacksonville Friday. on June 11, In Flint.
Mr. and Mrs Cecil McRae and Mrs. Vernon visiting her mother Mra. Buddy visited! Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
won a handkerchief. For club William E. Yarbrough of Slado entertained
N. North family In Mclntoxh. Gainesville, the week the WMU at her residence Russ this week. Barry Sunday."Three To Whom
Itutnf, prize, Mrs. W. rewO Mr. and Mrs. Garland Godwin spent past on Livingston Russ, Vance Russ, We Sell
var Kleenex. In contract Mrs. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday afternoon, June 16. A
of Gninoivllle spent the past and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Russ
J. K Kite won Card as high Ernest Yarbrough. Air. and Mrs. Youth Program was presented by Godfathers"Feature t Either Hot
Range
Mr. Mrs.
weekend' with and J. O.Godwin. visited relatives In North Carolina : ,
prize and Mrs II. J. Kucera, asmolder I Yarbrough had aa additional Sun- Mrs. D. %V. Johnson, leader. last week. At Florida

second day visitors, Mrs Ellice Davis and Mrs. J. H. Parker and _
of high score was( 1 daughters _
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hose, C. J. Leslie Green and children, Mrs. Water Heater Refrigerator
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her grandson, Joe Hill, who are Helen Jean and Doris, left Next Thurs. &: Fri. ,
I HornJr and Miss Evelyn Spears T. W. Markey and Edward Endl-
also from Gainesville last Friday for a weeks' visit with
I of Tallahassee were guests of Mr. cott visited Mr. and Mrs. R. K.Duk..s Death Heat-
Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradleyand relatives in Alabama.Mr. Valley, California forma. : or
and Mrs. R. II. Linzy from Wednesday Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
their sons, Clinton and Jack and Mrs. D. P. Hardy have the spectacular background for a
until Friday Misses and Mrs. Ahe VIR
of
Wayne, of Jacksonville were had as recent guests, Mrs. Wm. Crosby thrill-packed technicolor outdoor ers:
Wanda Loe, Elsie and Betty Linzy Jacksonville visited Lee
guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Brad.' Hodge and children of Columbia, Gainey drama "Three Godfathers", which
nrrompnnjcd their relatives home last weekend.
ley Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim S. 1 C.: and Mrs. Woodrow Hinson will be shown at the Florida
for a two weeks' visit In the Cap- Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Green and
I/ THIS 4I082K74HUNKOFCHAN6E: and Theatre next Thursday and Fri
j itol mie Bradley of Waldo were also children Rcba Jean and
city. children visited Mr. and Mra. W.
day, June 30 July 1. IFFIN
here with Mr and Mrs. J. M. George of Jacksonville.
Mini Blanche Snpp of Hawthorne H. Hinton of Waldo
Sunday John Pedro This BeautifulOVENETTE
Bradley Saturday and remained Mrs D. V. Underwood and Wayne, Armendarlz
visited Miss Dorothy Morgan through Sunday, daughters, Marlene Mary Elizabeth Mrs. Earnest Edwards and son and Harry Carey, Jr. an costarred PS

CAN BE YOURS from Tuesday until. Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambersand and Martha of Gainesville. visited Mr. and Mrs \V. H. Hinton In this film which Is
day. Harold Sapp, also of Haw of Waldo Monday. based
children of Live Oak spent have been visiting relatives here on Peter B. Kyne's memor- ""
thorne, was an,additional Friday the past weekend with Mr. and, this week. Mrs Annie Lewis of Jackson able tale of three western badmen 'P FREE
and Saturday guest of Mr and ''r
Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Chambers. Robert Mrs. Bessie Hazen of St. Petersburg ,
W. }I. Morgan.\
I Earl Chambers also the of and Mrs. Ethel of PLATE
Mrs. C. D. Sellers and her son Meyer For each customer your
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers, had Columbus, Ohio, have been recent
daughters, Patricia Willard and bring in to whom we
Emma already come to spend his summer guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. El-
Lou are visiting Mrs.
Emma Rivers and other relativesn vacation with his grandparents. land and family r/NO; sell any ot the above

( Auburndale. Sunday visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. Lisle Stone, Charleston, S. C., 't PAN appliances.ACK .
M. D. Young were Mr. and Mrs. was the weekend guest of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and
their W C. Ellis, Sallie Jenkins Mr. Helen Adkins and Mr. and Mrs. DUTIES
| son Billy were supper guests A'V:" EXAMPLE! Mr*. loaN
''of and Mrs. W, E. Fillyaw, Tommie J. G. Adkins.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr.,
In Gainesville Flllyaw and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mrs. M. L. Maynard of Alachuaand bring"! In Mrs Smith, who pur
tJ Saturday. conscientiously performed with
modesty
Miss Helen Whltfleld loft Thurs- Young, all of Lake Butler. Starke, was a Sunday guest SE chase n range from us. Mrs.

day to visit. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ducharmeand of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams. and no lessening of Service have
A Mr and Mrs. Milo Mr. Jones. will be children of Clearwater were and Mrs. Luther Wattersonhad
Seigler In Tallahassee and Mr. and
Mrs. Graham Putman In Birmingham dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. as weekend guests Mrs. Eve- won for us an enduring regard in O\eiM-tt
M Markham lyn Fensler Miss Gloria
Ala. at noon Sunday. Puff Jim-
,
% I w. Linda Johns of Starke They came at this time to bring mie and David McMahone of Ft. the communities which we serve,

overnight guest of Jane Richardo was an Mrs. S. R. Dobson who remained Myers, Miss Louise Kelly, St. To anyone who brings in as many as five customersto

Sunday.Mr. for a longer visit with Mr. and Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. R. F. DeWITT C. JONESPhone whom we sell some appliances, we have an
Mrs. Markham. Touchton of Belle. On Monday additional FREE
and Mrs Charles M. Snyder gift a beautiful aluminum set
Mrs. Josie Judge and Mrs. Hiram of
of Jacksonville Moore of Lecanto Bryant of waterless cookware
s.4'a' Mr. and Mrs.V..were visitorsof and Mrs. Katie Petty of Inverness Ft. Myers were dinner guests of 7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance.

tk. lust weekend. .O. Engram returned to their homes Wednesday the Wattersons. For the BEST PRICES & the BEST SERVICESee

f Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Outlaw after having visited Mr. Mr and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth Funeral Director ServiceOur
and Mrs. R. M. Markham since attended the Silver Anniversary
and their daughters, GwendolynJo the early part of June. Open House at the home of Mr. local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and SLADE before you TRADE

and Pam.. and___ _Hill.__ _Rivera_ n_.> '
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nn. and Mrs. services not otherwise
Tom Carleton In Haw- available.We .
Hague ,were Sunday visitors of thorne Tuesday night of last
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. ,. ,. SLADE GAS CO.
week. On
Sunday, Father's Day, .
During the
past week Mrs. Ger- New RiverAND Mr. and Mrs. furnish the highest
Money piles up fast when you aid Cox and her daughters, Gordon Wadsworthand type service at lowest prices and
children Jerry and Mary accept ANY' life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY Two doors from Railroad
salt away a bit regularly in U.S. Minder Elizabeth, Geraldine, LONG on Call Street
and BRIDGE Katherine of Gainesville, were company', as payment In part or in full on a funeral.
Patsy Lois
Savings Bonds. Irene, of Orlando Ily I\lrll. E. A.
dinner
Happ guests In the Wadsworth Consultation carries no obligation. Starke, Florida
were guests of Mr.
For example: Only $13.73 M. Bradley and, of Mr and and Mrs.Mrs.R. J.. . . home. 'I ,_
Mr. and Mrs.
L,
raved regularly each week H. Cox. When they returned A large crowd attended servicesat been ,D. Eiland have I, I
visitors
recent to DeLand.
Crows to $10,828.74 in 10 short home Thursday they were accompanied Long Bridge Monday night. Mrs C. L. May and Mrs. May .
by Mrs. U. H. Cox who will Shelton Thomaa of Lake Butler
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ynr* Sweeney and daughter. Connie.
brought the message, which every -- -
Start today buying bonds at one enjoyed. were overnight guests last Tuesday
of
Mrs.
dais bank and soon this/ hunk of GUARANTEEDatpkIR Mrs. Rosa Plnholster of Brocket Jacksonville. Marlon Gnann In From Light-Duty Carriers to
was a weekend guest of her Heavy-Duty HaulersAMERICA'S
change can be Little
yours. niece, Mrs. Mana Wiggins.Mr. Carolyn Ann Simmons of
Jacksonville has returned to her
and Mrs. Dick Carroll/ and
W children of Jacksonville visited home after a two weeks' visit In

Put Mr ants. Mrs Ira Merritt Sunday the home of Mr. and Mrs. U. L. -- / N";
moroOPPORTUNITY afternoon. Hinson. ? I NoTRUCKS 1

Mrs. Lettie Parker of Jackson .
Guests! of Mr. and Mrs E. A.
in ville and Charles Parker of Starke .:
Sapp
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.

your future I Pete Bill Richardson Sapp and Couetta Mr and Sapp Mrs, all were The Sunday members visitors of the here.McMahone- '- )!!

of Jacksonville Watterson wedding party, enjoyeda ,
delightful refreshment hour
Mrs. Jessie Lee Iozenby of
Invest in Gainesville visited friends and relatives after rehearsal last Saturday
evening In the M. Watterson
3-DAY SERVICE In this. community Mon home.

U.S. SAVINGS BONDS day.The ,

NICE GIVE OF many friends of Charlie .
Cowen'Pgrt.t to learn of his Ill- ,
FLORIDA BANKat WATCHES & HANDS ness. lie Is a patient in Alachua Brooler

County Hospital. in Gainesville.We .

SANDERSWATCH all wlHh him a speedy recov- Ily Iva Mae Lcwto

STARKEMember ery. . .
REPAIRI.CH'TF.U Folks, everybody remember that
there OF'I'I'ERS. : EI.F.CTtU: :
IV HOLLYWOOD[ will be services at Long

F.I1.I.C. ('.\ IUt.\ *: GUT SHOP Bridge next Sunday at 1 a.m. and The monthly meeting of the

Member Florida: National also at 8 p.m: Everyone welcome I Brooker held Home DemonstrationClub Y4f* __ v 3
was at the Community I
.
; ('all Street at Itailrutulsr.utKF .
Group' :. IL.V. Ralph Merritt visited Mr.. and Hall with Mrs. T. W. Markey pre .

I Mrs. Tom Cook In Gainesvilleover siding.
I the weekend. Business of the meeting Included i

the election of officers for the
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... :.. Iii.>>-'" coming year/ as. follows:

President Mj9,, E C. Long.

EXPERT VIce-Pres. Mrs. If P GalncySecTrens .

Mrs, H B. Crosby
ad/o I Mrs. Markey gave Instructions

i on tufting bedspreads and also

some principles of arranging flowers

6 0 8 8t [In preparation for the county

flower show to b.. held In the

Court House Saturday. June 25th.

u .
Miss Lottie Edward was In /

Jacksonville shopping Saturday.Mr .

and Mrs. L. I. Parker and + -

r 'children were visiting in Georgia Top-volume production brings you

Tif'gn Im ii SERVICEChas. Sunday. top-value features!
u Mrs. Retla Brown of High

llj -- '' -'(01.I" C. Springs visited her daughter, Mrs. 4-SPEIO SYNCHDO-MISM THI CAI THAT "..U THIS"* CHEVROLET
Shine Mutt and family last ,week. TRANSMISSION
Outside air' It drown In and used
ShepherdAt Harrell was in Lake
\Mrs. Guy Chevrolet's, n.w. smoother. and
't' __ 1 business air forced out! H.al.d In coldweather.
} Butler and Starke on otftr op.rating transmission.. In \
{ Gay's Service Station .
Friday.L. 3809 series and !heavier l duty ADVANCE-

-- L. Parker and uighter, Shir _d.'.. TRUCKS

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- FRIDAY. JUNE 24. 1949 BRA_rOSD COCNTT TEUEGBJIFn. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE.:8L'YEDI:
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taleer" Scripture, on the proper discipline Baptist ChurchThe I Dr. Daniels Announces Themes Of Three night Another son. TerrtU. of:

for daily living. There was r Lake I the N. A. S.. returned with them
the an especially good attendancefor Sunday morning menage at Services For Closing Days Of Tent Revival Geneva and spent the weekend
Tuesday evening and out of .
the First Baptist Stark broughtby
The Tent Revival being lover 800 definitely I Mr. and Mrs. Forytl
the Big rededicating Ray
town visitors were Mrs. TomRoper the pastor will be "The Presence Ity Blanche Cunningham
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his and Mrs. Setzer of Col of Jeaua". Choir will be directed conducted by the Daniels Revival ,j their lives when Dr. DanleU appealed -,. . . wire Starke callers TuesdayMr .
umbia. Miss. Rev. and Harvey Party will close Sunday night, according 1 for a return to New TeotaIment .
ittalar Mrs. by Mrs. Lucille Green with Sue Myrtck has returned
to announcements made I Christianity: some:500 pledging tt'AGN -KII1F.K:
( Farmer of Daytona Beach Mrs Mona Canova at the Ham to her home here after
spending
,om will arrive Friday for weekend mond. Once more there wilt be by Evangelist E. J. Daniels. Three to tithe their incomes: and Mr. and Mrs. L X Wagner I
oft services at the Tabernacle. These no evening service at the church gigantic closing services have scores upon scores confessing announce the marriage of their i several weeks with relatives In
service will be of interestto been planned. Christ as Saviour. Many others daughter Dorothy "" en. to Robert I Alabama.
especial aa the message will be broughtby
Mark's Episcopal At The Tabernacle ,
St.
church members and all who Rev. E. J. Daniels at the big Friday night June 24, Dr. are expected to "walk the saw Hogue Rider son of Mr and Mrs. Ray For >the. Mrs Arnold

Rev. B. E. Simmons B. D., Vicar I I Roth mrminges at the Tabernacle appreciate spiritual food are cordially tent on the high school grounds.The Daniels will speak on. "The Three ends.dust trail" before the meeting Mrs. Chapman Rider of Pensacola. Carlson and little Carolyn Forsythe .
invited. Dr. Farmer Is Crosses of Calvary". The on June 1. The! bride la a gradu
Sunday June 28th: services Sunday by the Sponsor revival comes to a close Sun- message I were In Gainesville Saturday
I 9-45: a.m. Summer Session of the I were appropriate to Father's Day. filling an appointment here made day night, after three weeks of will be Illustrated by a sound film a . .1 ate of P. K. Yonge Labratory .
Church School. The one In the morning on: several months ago. The Kings stirring message by the evange- showing the crucifixion and resurrection School In Gainesville.Mr. .
'Clennstng. Abiding and Obedi Carolers of Wilmore Ky., were list resulting in the salvation of of Christ. On Saturday Rider received: his B. S.
11 a.m. Morning Prayer and RisingBy NOW! Thehal( point prm U-
flnct'", from John 14, and the one the Inspiration for the Saturday nearly a hundred and the redodication. night the color film on "The Missing degree from the University of
the Rev. S. W. ;
r sermon by Crea- in the evening taken from Eph. 3. night Youth Meeting and were of other hundreds. Rev. Christians" will be repeater :Mr. Kdward: Norman: Florida and plans to continue for I,work! waited for WATER-

. sey. Youth Those who heard experienced a greatly enjoyed. Lelstner with his soul-blessing by request. It was shown two a his Masters degree In the fall. :'"'.\S's. with lonr-Bfe rartrMen.
.. 6:30: p.m. Fellowship tn Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stewart have singing has been a great blessingand weeks ago but because. of rain. I In 'beautiful color Only SI.
deeper appreciation of the word
cooperation with the youth of "Father" and felt returned from a six weeks' vacation Rev. Edwards at the piano many did not get to see iti) The Herbert Norman and Marvin Mrs. Blanche! Cunningham andsons. small sin just right! fur ta Cr
a
greater responsibility
t.. the Presbyterian Church at the to the home and faintly In West Virginia and other has accomplished a great work In final message of the revival will Driggers were visiting in Ft McCoy Edison, Richard and Warren I handbag. Bradford CouJktyTelegraph.

The Presbyterian church is Church. daily for here, and the privilege of a points In the north.Methodist congregational singing. be delivered on Sunday lIght Sunday and J. E. Driggers I were Jacksonville callers Friday I, .
open I when Dr. Daniels will
speak on
l and meditation. closer union with the Family of I Sunday School meets at D:45 in returned with them
prayer With He will
lt God. A uppclnl inimical numberin ChurchWe the new Sunday School Building I Illustrate"Gambling the Destiny"by things Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jonesanj
t PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS the t'\'enlnjt'was rendered! by a and Training Unions meet at 6:43.: message
'he while the sons of North Carolina
sa v visiting gambling
trio composed of Miss: Edna! No- are living In a world of A cordial Invitation ia extended to were "The Funeral That Didn't Take Place"
10th St. and Temple Arc I K"'l. Leonard Xorpel! and Gene compulsions and most of us are all and a friendly welcome awaits i' capitol of the USA visiting their parents. Mr and
Sunday School 9:43 a. m.: MornIng Cnrnell They were accompnnicd living under terrific strain: but, those who visit and worship at Despite the downpour of rain Mrs Edward Noncan la..t'e..k
Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic by Corbin Cornell at the piano. though/ compulsions are part of the First Baptist Starke.e i on many days and nights during :Mr and! Mrs. Jessie. Hicks of HEAR: I'ASTOK non CIIAY ON THIS Sl'IUKCT
Servlcea 7:00: p, m. Everyone: life we need not live under strain. I the past three weeks the crowds
welcome.IItRCH. I The Tuesday evening service I have packed the big tent night Starke visited Mr. and Mrs Alex 1 SUNDAY:" :""ilfiJITT; $oo I 1-\1.:
was In charge of Mr. Cornell of The theme for the 11 o'clock: hour Christian ChurchBible
after night. Usually from 200 to Barnes Sunday.
( OF CHRIST I Ormond who brought a'ery Sunday morning will be "Compul :500; people had to be seated out- Mrs. Lottie Jones and daughtersof
School 10 classesfor
"The Discipline a.m.
spiritual message on I
sions Without Strain: This Is a
Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday of a Christian", using as a all ages. Preaching and the side of the tent North Carolina visited. I her son
Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday foundation II Peter 137.: lie frank facing up to our responsibilities : Lord's at 11 Sermonby In counting the visible resultsof and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. I I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Supper a.m. Hampton
'
Evening Service 7:43: p.m. Sun J brought out many helpful suggestions as Christians yet without : the meeting Rev. Lewis Haines, Gordon Jones, last week Mrs. ,
day. which were backed up by ,strain. I the pastor, subject: "The Spirit the Chairman, pointed opt that
, Sunday evening at the 8 o'clock I of Prayer". among other blessings were thefollowing Jones has been on the sick list 11:00: .\. :\1.: "l.hinjr Close To The Church"
, o : Over 60O pledging to but Is better at this writing
I CYF 7
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke hour theo sermon subject will be Young People's at pm. start family. altars In their homes; J. E. and Marvin Driggers of J 10:00: ) .\. :M.: (title School 7:00: l P, M.: : rTJCONWAY'S :
"Why Pray*" This will be a Those not attending elsewhere are i Lithla are spending several weeks
Rev lewis I). Halite*. Pastor the invited to meet with us. I with their uncle and aunt, Mr and
follow up message to Sunday
morning sermon. Many people do Evening sermon by the pastorat Will Lead SingingAt Mrs. Edward Norman.

".. The Heart of Town And la The Heartsof not consider Important 8 pm., subject: "Christ's powerful Raiford Revival .I There will be services at Corinth
prayer
The PeopleA relationships to his disci Baptist Church Sunday Everyone SERVICE STATION
or at least they do not live that i8 Invited.


I I way. If you miss what you want, ples". All members and invited I [AMOCO Gas; & Oil Electric WeWint(
Southern Baptist Church For All People the Christian Church are
why Are you truly satisfied with ASK'FOft ( .
I i w \>a..hlng Creating Tire. Tube X Batteries Arc
to
I Morning; Wnohlp''U; ::00' ;"py' Hour 8:00: 'I what you) get! worship. Pra'erft'et.) CHILISG St..lil. ..n nl'DGtrs.: : .
Wednesday night
.
Come and worship with usdllRCII
PHONE 117 FOR
School-9:4S 1.'nlon--6:43 666 fRlCr.Hlln :
Sunday Training : lug and. training for Service Class FEVER

Midweek Service Wednesday] 8:00: t'. M. OF GOD lat the Church.
I Thursday night. Fellowship. Sup. site : FLORIDA (;ilKYHOUNT:" IU7SSKSorKKII '
: Pastor The Presence of J Rev L. Williams.. Pastor : !'I.U"tT'UIt'otT: rCOMIMV:
Morning message by : esu>i !per and business meeting. This I
8th & St. Clair Sts.
has been a source of much benefit
Evening by Dr. E. J. Daniels' Final He\hal *
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message School 10 to the congregation. Let It con- &, '
Sunday \ a m. LEAKX TO FLY the tray.'ay
a*
in the tent. easy
message big SundAY Worship! 11 a.m. tinue.I .
Morning CARPENTER'SI
I I ,. I Sunday' Evening Service 7:30: p m. fv I [you learn. Special charter trip and sightseeing -

""lelt The Church With The VMtlng PRHt.n"'I I Y P. E Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. I Presbyterian Church trips by appointment. I'hone 1/7.1
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7.3d: \ p.m. (
Morning Worship and Sermonat as
-- 11:00 o'clock, Mr Kaufmanwill II

preach the fifth. sermon in the I II
series "Heroes of the Faith' He I TRANSFER' : ANDSTORAGE

; will the discuss Apostle how to the Saul Gentiles became. Paul VisItors R B ALVAREZ & SON ( : CO.

( are always welcome Tho! t
Young Ladies' Choir will render \\e operate bleat

appropriate music. Miss Louise, I s::::; .
.t2arr I Roland J.,rri rd R B ALV L & long Stern assistant Chorister. is' taw.rW.r .
again with us In the Choir after Revival services will be held I lit .,MOVING In 1.'..*.
the Raiford Baptist Church startIng a..___.a .
several years Louis Conservatory of Music. St.l\I ending Sunday Sunday morning night.. June July 24 3, and Dr I :If; E.M: FIJ.K.NT:

- 1 Sundry School 9:45: a.m. Join |Walter B. FeaKtns. pastor of the PKESCKIFTIOXPHARMACIST t 0 y ,roR.\t-
r us every Sunday morning in the .
large Calvary Baptist Church in
k I '
t study of the Word of God. Classes 1 r.Sec.\< -$
Clearwater, will be the evangelist =t
for Junior grades and a large j
J during the meetingsDr For .. .
Agents -
:Men's and Women's Class i I Phone 61 STARKK
Feaglns will begin preaching
Junior Westminster Fellowship ;I on Monday night. On Suhdiiy I I ')n-the-.ilinit Scrvict DelcherBros. us first!
for Junior High boys and girls I
will meet at 6:30. June 26. at both morning and II DAY & 4\IGUT .
evening service, 11 a m. and 8
.J.Varren Kaufmanrumen
[p.m,, Dr. F.d Solomon, editor ol __ n' o .
NOTICE.The the Florida Baptist Witness will I ___
-- r
,bring the messages. At 2 p m.. -
Church of Jesus Christ of I Evangelist E J. Daniels, who has

Latter Day Saints will hold Sunday 1 I been conducting the large tent SHOP & SAVE AT YOUR
School\ In the USO building.I meeting In Starke sponsored by
1 on Temple Avenue every Sundayat the Baptist churches of Bradford!
10 a.m. A cordial invitations : 'County and the New I
speaker at a special service There
mSiRfrI.\TIOS: l''will be dinner served at the .-hun-h,
: : CHt'RCII I I.I I.after the morning service and
I friends. are Invited to crone. tin
Services every first and third the first service and stir rc.;lian
I Saturday night, Sunday morning through
and Sunday night 11 a.m and Rev. I'.oUnil Jarrard of Do'aril:
231 1
a'so" 8 pm. at Congregational Metho- pastor of the PenU 1 B.ipttat Free Delivery Phone
e dla Church on Brownlee Road.I"I Church of Palutka, will be the
GOo Rev. Ernest Criffis, pastor. j I:soloist and song director duringthe SPECIALS: FOR FRIDAY & SATl'RDAY JUNE: il I &= :2.;',

meetings Services will begin ,
CATHOLIC ClllRtH promptly at 8:00 each nightGraham
6 eo I Carolina! WashedPOTATOES MIXED 5c SOFT DRINKS

Sunday Sunday Mass School 10 11 a.m.a m. . . . .

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'I.ii t ..F Week Day Mass 8:30: am. >

EA s dayBible Study Is every Wednesday Ily Mn. ,'ohnldilon.., Per Case 89c

at 1:"" .

Re'v' and Mrs.. L. F:. Miller and! 10 Pounds 39c I'lus Deposit

fl9S Mr. and Mrs. Clarence. ". ..Iton. all

# WELDING 0r nt[ Starke attended church services

and were dinner guests of Hath Site IndependentSAFETY
: r Mr. and Mrs John McKinney Sunday

... .
I Mr and Mrs. Forest Reynold MATCHES3Packages
LUX SOAP
shewith [of Jacksonville spent the weekend
6.00x1& : (l with Mrs. Reynold's mother Mrs
'
: Q lire.,. "
( -f-
/ nor old \ 1 F. T Abernathy.Mrs. .
yN Delah O'steen of High 21c
21c
tax 2 for
r" plus ;;,,: \\'e offer the people of "'tarloean.1 Springs spent. last week at the
bedside of her\ mother, Mrs Lizzie
oNpttCES ,. Mines, who Is 111 at this writing
ilrlnlty one of the mOAt
.. ASiO w a K Mr and Mrs. Leonard McKinney
S ,tEI m'xl".n and finest equipped. [of San ford spent the weekend Jungle Queen COFFEE TIDE Soap Powder
; S\.tS\ with Mr. and Mrs John McKinney
,-'pllIngshop" anywhere. .
0'4 Dudley Mines of Jacksonville

All Work Guaranteed house visited his mother this week Found 41c Large Size 25cSweet

FoifiSwer cars, modernize with Sop f cushion.Tires w SMITH'S GARAGE I This community was sa/Merted .
I to hear of the death of Mrs Sarah
-. AND:" MACHINE:" SHOPTemple i.Jones of Sampson. olden; KipcBANANAS : :Sixtein, t I'ncoWcd!
I I There will be a sing at the
Ate. SliirUe

f.e-' '' Everything, a tire can do I home Sunday of afternoon Mrs. F at T.3 o'clock.Abernathy 3 lb. 25c OLEOMARGARINEPound 1 I


this Super/ftishion' does BETTER!

.. NOT FOR SALE-
Sweet Potatoes 2 lb. 23c 17c -
That' right Super-Cushion outperforms conventionaltires ,
in TWELVE important ward Come in and I.t us
work out a trade deal for your present tires. These Purebred Range Brahmer Bulls

:(t -'iJ bigger softer Super-Cushion Tires win fit your wheels I PURE LARD Brisket Beef STEW\

mako your car ride better than newl
L but THIS j $250 up


45 Pound Can 6.45 Pound 27c

EASY TERMS DRIVE IN, TRADE iNNOWiTERVICE Also Grade Brahma Hiefers

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'CENTER And Bull Calves Fresh Dressed & Drawn Good White BACON




State D. Goodman.Road 200 Owner(U.S. 301) at South City Starke.LimitsSeeber Florida I Santa Fe Stock FarmStarke. FRYERS, Pound 47c Pound 23c


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COUNTY TKLEOBAPH. 8TARKE. FLORIDA
PAGE RIGHT _____________ FRIDAY. JUNK 2-&. 1949LIVESTOCK


: Cutters $13 to $17. )r In rictrldal. rircalt. .!.Court Bradford Tanaty. HII.I. MARKET RE I'ORT All cattle are sold In the order I H..rlh.. Alorau., thaarrry.Plaintiff vn. Joseph York ('Ivy. New York: neal at tftarke. Klorlda, this June
MarxnIeenINnI.. You are required to appear on 22. 111411.
that they are received.. Ownersare ("" No. 7.1D7.:
Order of I'ubllratloii. and Kallva July J5 18411,, In the above named OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas,
J. D. Odom Jr reports n /goodBale ( urged to bring/ their stork In. to Appear Court and cause. wherein plaintiff As Clark of auld Court

on 256: cattle and 311 hogsat early and let them sell early t tI Jonnph"T A 'r f] .. K FLORIDA.... to. seeks divorce l. IIradrord County By Haven Crosby D. C.
MorHiiVlifi rvnliloncu .and Telegraph shall publish this Order T. Frank Landrum Stark. Florida
Tuesday1 sale on the Farmers address In unknown: In next tour weeklY luu. Ally. fur Pit. 6-24 4t7-td
NOTICE STOCKMEN: You are required to appear on
Produce Market Inc., Gainesville. : July 25, I94! In the abova nium-d, .. I I
Cattle and hogs which, have I Court and cause, wherein ..
plaintiff
I
I
Fat cattle and calves prices were .....k. dlvorca &
restoration
of nmld
been placed on the Keystone Airport Births announced at Shadycresc -
steady to strong: and there wan n nnmo. The llruilford' You Can't Afford
.
I by cutting' / our wrre constitutes Hospital: 'ounty Telegraph shall publl.h thin
a good demand for stocker cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie S. Prevatt Order In next four weekly 1..lIu.l
aircraft w i Witness hnnd
criminal hazard to my and official
a
HOGS: No.1. $20; No. 2, $19.- this i of Lawtey a daughter Laura! seal at Htark! Florida. this Jutia
I and personnel that use 21, 1941.
Three
To Miss These
10. =No. 3. $19; No. i, $1905; No. field for both day and night born June 16. (OFFICIAL !SEAL' A. J. Thomas,I

f 5 $17; No. 1H $18.75.CALVES flights,: Responsibility would feat c+ ..11vr tr Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Howard fly Haven Crosby A. Clerkof D. C. Bald Court
n I
: Common $20.75( to upon the owner of stock for any T t vI Bentley of Green Cove Springsa 1illlti: Murrlxori I.HW Kxchnntte: !
Herbert Howard born June I", .KufkHonvlllt. Florida i ,
son Services
Involving] life or prop
$1 .73; Culla $17 to $20.25. accidents / Ally for l'If. e-84 41 7ISAn Gigantic Closing
HEIFERS erty caused by this 1 menace 13.
STEERS & : '
$1823 to $1073; Canners Clltters'j PLEASE REMOVE YOUR | Mr. and :Mrs. Donald Martin of Orillnmicp 1)ItlIV. t'F3 letylnInicniiuliryliiK Ao1211t...n": ........
STOCK FROM THIS AIRPORT 'Starke David born frroun all .. .
a son Larry rnndliliiteiifor
to $1825; Stockers up to $2050.( THE PROP- ......c... municipal. wfClcrn. In Ihr FRIDAY, 7:30 FRIDAY, 7:30:
IMMEDIATELY OR June 13.Stephen.
..
C'Ity f Nliirkr, Soul provlillnii. for
$20.25 to $22.-
COWS Medium
: ER MEANS WILL BE INSTITUTED tie amount of rminirnl fit nrmailw CROSSES
25; Common, $19 to $2() 25; Cut- TO ERADICATE THIS I", Michael' Feailrlfk. anil. nrovlilliiic that the payment OFI
I off Much iiMMCMnnieiit or fiunllOInK -
Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Fendrlck .
tors. $18 to $19; dinners $13 to HAZARD TO LIFE AND PROPERTY fee shell. b* n rwnilltlon. whichiiiiiKt
I (iltor.M. BREAKING:: CEREMONIES: for the new telephone exchange announce the birth of a son h* met before I he name. of \\\I\ C74t

316. H. Browning. In Keystone Heights were attended by (left to right) : E. T. Stephen :Michael, In St. Vincent'sHospital Sin shell. ennillilnte.. othrrMliie iinallfled. .,
BULLS: Common $17 to |f18; Roy be vrliileil on the official ballot
Martin president of the Keystone Chamber of Commerce: Q. E. Wiggins ], Jacksonville on June at any municipal elevtlon.Wtierean. ..
.._ ._ _.__
r--' --,--,---'-'-'--'-'-'---'-'-'-'-'-.!> president of the water company: C. O. Barnett development I 2. At present Mrs. Fendcrick and the rily .I'hiiiter under the of provlHlonn the City' of ofrUarkn 44tJ-

1 SO You're Going On A of Keystone Heights; Wm. Whltesldcs president of the Keystone I young son are at the home of Florida rertnln. munlilpalorfnerM \ .
'are elected by the
her and
Mr. Mrs. iinllflcd
parents Ralph |
.1 representative of the Southern Bell Telephone Co.; S. T. Scott mayor vote, of the City of Slnrke, mill.
I lUirne, In Jacksonville and will
Rotary Club and John Cooper, district manager of Southern Sell I Whereas. In comltictUm nuch e-
: __ return to their home at Washington luc'tliniM the City i.f Mluiko. In put
n und Water Sis. here next tu cunsldcrabl l expon, und C eSaV
WheretiH. under the general laws
j Ground Broken Wednesday. Mr. Fendrlck Is em- of the Stale of riorldu th. flty
ji 'I ployed with the Humphreys Gold Council I.. among other thlllVH,
i iti..icuiWe For New Telephone Local News Corp. HUthurlleii for. municipal to Impose offlcex fees on, andWhirtuN. ciindlduteM -'

Office In Keystone I 4> I the. l-lty .('ounrll after I due of .o".hl..raUnn the Cllv of l

Bradford 4-H Girl Htarke I.l of the opinion hut It
Another step forward In the progress BaptistVMS I woulil lit. In the I public Interest to DYING SAVIOUR
I Wins Blue Ribbon levy and HHHeHM qualifying fees on
I of Keystone: Heights took I Meets In ChurchW. all eandldHtea' for municipal. off Ice. > '
S A I N T
Now therefore ha ordained 1 I bv
place recently when ground was For Dressmaking the city Cunnclb ,it I the City\ of DYING I SINNERS z --....."
II I M. S. members met Tues- Hturke, llruilford County' Florida. .. =- --... .., .....
broken for the new Southern Bell In regular nexHlon .r.-:: ; -- ,
I have a complete t day afternoon at the Baptist Hnctlon I. That: after thin ordl- .:;:::-- .-. --
building which will house an Church fur their regular monthly non,-" 'become a law l any .'eoofrerlhlc

a change for this growing E'X-j business and program meeting rw : : candliliiK, ',,';: himself for election or herself to any UN elective H HEAR THE MOST DRAMATIC STORY OF THE AGES

munity. with 35 members present. municipal, office In the city ofHtarke.
line of picnic supplies Y : Bradford County Florida, RvangellHt DanlHa. will speak Friday, .lime 24, on "TIIKKE: : '
This significant ceremony climaxed j Circle One under the directionof Khali be roiiulred' tu pay a fiuallfyJnif .
fee In.h.. Hunt of fi per cent of CROSSES OF ( .ALVARThl. mt'sPIBI((' will bf illustrated
Mrs. F. Beard, and Mrs. L. C.
almost ten years of conferences !] .. ,
"" remuneration an wan paid tuth
had I by a film Nlioulng/ the crucifixion and resurrection of C'hrlxt.You'll .
Powell the
and negotiations bptweenresld..nts charge pf pro 44'w officer holding the reHpettlveoffice

PLATES of Keystone and officials gram. Topic for discussion was next preceding 1 for the. year Hitld JUKI general, ,prior.election to and never forget/ his menage and film. Also animated

e fs" of the telephone company. It was "Christ, The Answer for Ques- 21 duyH prior to vnld election.Hettlon Kongllh pictures on "Tlif Old Rugged Crow will b'
that the tioning Youth". Devotions were 2. ThlH f>rdlnance. shall .hoWII. }
only recently, however ,
apply. tn any und 1 nil candidate* for
growth of the community has given by Mrs. If. L>. Hough. Thebusiness the respective offlveM whether they

NAPKINS warranted the use of available session was presided over I Net are Vex candldatei or otherwise to succeed them- .000---

*. WAXED PAPER telephone facilities to permit the by president, Mrs. S. E. Sparks.Mrs. H"rtlon 3. The qualifying fee

Installations to be made. H. A, Lawson young people's ,named payment herein thereof must shall be paid be condition and the Repeated By Request Sat. Night 7:30

leader gave her report and # which must he met before the nameof
*. SPOONS *.. HOT & COLD CUPS Present plans are to extend the stated that two girls had been any cnndldate ,otherwise quallfletl -
telephone services to surrounding shall lie printed on the officialballot "The Missing Christians".V
communities to rural residents sent to Rldgecrest. ;yew at any municipal election.
Section 4 All nrdlnanceH or parts
and to those who have homes A study course Is to be held of ordinances In conflict herewithare
*.. _. color film showing what will happen on earth when
*. SANDWICH HAGS hereby repealed.Hectlon ,
FORKS cottages and camps on the numerous the last Tuesday In July. The B. This ordinance shall
surrounding lakes that make Young People's rally Is to be at become effective Immediately upon Christ returns.

.*. Keystone both a summer and win- the Antioch Church on Friday its PaMMeil hecomlnn this: a 7 day law' of June A. D., Thli great film was shown two week ago but because of

*. THERMOS JUGS ter resort. July 15. Members are urged to 1949. rain many did not get to see It. Those who did nee It
STRAWS I A. (
Canova
*
attend.
AND BOTTLES Installation of the central office Offering was $10.20. President of rlty Council. voted later to ask for It to tie repeated.. You can't afford

I la expected to be completed within Attest To the: Carl honorable Johns, City Mayor Clerk.of the to miss this. greatest of all religious films. Contain 12

a few weeks and all residents Methodist Circles City of Htarke:n..r hereby certify beautiful musical number. .

ENAMELED PICNIC SETS of Keystone and the surrounding Assign Members that nance the wait above' duly adopted foregolnaOrdi and '
territory are urged to send In by the City Council: of the Cray.: of .000. .
their for Starke, on the 7 day of June, A. D.,
Complete In Every Detail applications phones at Members comprising the three 1919 while In regular nvNHlonrarl .
once. Telephone company officials Circles of the Methodist WSCS Johns. city Clerk. Final Service Sunday Night, 7:30
have pointed out that after the The above and foreRolnir Ordinance
announced follows received ..
as and
were recently wan by" approved
Take the family picnicking on the original Installations are completed : er V by me on thin, the 17 day of Dr. nnleN will bring/ his famous message on .
there be -M e June, A. D, I I'M!).
might some delay be-
Fourth of July fore additional phones can be cut Circle One Mrs. Bertha Pearce, .1 DHaynr t* Ilobertn of the City, of Starke With
In. leader. Mesdames: F. C. Hollings- 6-54 4t T-15 "Gambling Destiny"Hear
worth. Titus Olson. E. L. Matthews ;
r !. Clrrvlt Court Dradfvrd County,
NOW! The ball the Carl Johns J, T. Stabler Klorldai In Chaaeery.Michael about Satan's loaded dice, and how many gamble' ;
point
|per .
KOCH DRUG STORE world waited for WATERMAN'S A. D. Martin F. H. Long. T. J. llnKllurdl.. "..'..n..nt.. Plaintiff Cane No.v".7:171.RaeOaKllardl : with the detlllien their Mini are at fttako. Illustratedby

: with long-lire .artr"Ile. Griffin. Eula Whigham. A. W. Order of Pukllcatlon to Appear and Kotlce what the Evangelist' saw while visiting the gambling e'capital

In. uiitlfiil. color. Only I $I. I Redgrave Geo. Bunch W. F. Godwin STA.TR! OF. FLORIDA totIlaa of the United Stales.
Mmnll I W. D. Chandler! A, Bes- OitKlliirdl 1 u hoHe rvKldence. aridW.
IIlzp. Just right for ladles
I PHONE 53 handbag Hitulford County sent A. W. Anderson, Sr.. J, R. .000---

... Telegraph. I Hill J. W. White. Carrie Rltch
I Russell VvT" A. Colley, Olin White C. T. U.TIIE Only Three More Nights
Sr.. Arthur Williams, Charlotte .

-- Jeans Ruby Scrlbner V E. ': J('Sf: :MEETING; : 01" TilE

-- Bridges M. E. Grlner, W N. IACHM'OTT \\'. C. T. V.

North. W. G. Halle Misses Kate: WILL ItK: IIKI.U AT Tilt:: IIOMK:: BIG TENT REVIVALSponsored

Struth, Amy Coburn, Olive Ray. OF MRS.: J. T. QUKiLKY ON:

Circle Two Mrs. L. D. Green Pictured above Is Miss Barbara MABLK STREET: KIIJAY "21th.

r- Quen leader. Mesdames: J. W Andrews Simmons daughter of !Mr. and AT S O'CLOCK. MEMBERS: EX- by 19 Baptist Churches of this:. area.

sun Florence Brown. Geo. Flynn, J. Mrs. J. C. Simmons of Starke 1'ECTEII: I"RIESUS'EL<:O\IE: Located On High School Grounds-Starke
The B. Cottrell, L. A. Davis, G. W. proudly displaying her blue ribbon ALSO.

o0 Brown Maude Fields P. D. Fan- awarded for the sun dress she

I cher Ann Guy M. B. Herlong, L. I made and modeled In the State

I S. Hutto. C. E. Hernwall Hattie Dress Revue at the 4-H Club Your Pontiac clcnorr

Hathcock, Shelly Hall D. E. Short Course In Tallahassee, June
\\\
$87 Knight Miriam Klcklitcr E. S. 6-11.

Matthews W. E. Mlddleton W. In the picture. Barbara Is wearing Po1vrxiiqj

H. Nollman W. B. Parks H. C. the sun dress with clever

Rltch L. F. Smith. I. P. Shep- jacket which may be removed

herd. A. F. Sauls. W. M. Struth, for leisure time In the sun or worn
Home L. D. Vinlng C. T. Wade, A.
for street and school. She made
I
2S'X28 Wood Robert Whalln. W. M. Wim- her drawstring bag using a bask. SERVICE

Beautiful Easy I berly, S. A. Benton Misses Florence
et and print material from dress.
\\\ A On I
Wood and Beth Wlmberly.
Barbara has been a member of
Buy
TERS! Circle Three Mrs. J. R. Wain- the Starke 4-H Club for two years 4s15'
lender Mesdames
wright, Charley and this was her second trip to
I Johns, G. S. Newcomb. Tom Slade Short Course. .
\'. ",
Herbert Deal. F. S. Smith C. II. +u
,.
This IH the first time Bradford 4
I Quirk, Robert Green Leslie\ Heinz, t- tr"
County has been represented In
James Hobbs Mlllimt Judd, Juan- 'MJt
the Dress Revue. Along with Bar
Ita Phillips Willnrd 1 Pass J. R. ,
bara, Miss Carolyn Kelly of the .
Wainwrlght J. !M Hcmbrco, II.M .
1 / .. Richnrde C. R Oakes. Bill. Brooker 4-H Club modeled a a. PJ 5 44.e4..v
I school dress" she made. She received -
Powell J. t. Anderson J.V honorable mention. MI. xs

McIntosh, Edwin Torodc, Olin
i.f White Jr.. Arthur Holiday Jean There were nine other girls from

...t.t'f Miller, Merrill Struth A. L,. Crosby over the State In the sun dress ,
< ,7r-wsas 4
n. Jr.. McComb Leon Moorer group with whom Barbara com

Peggy: Cozntte, West Virginia peted. Other groups of dresses

''f I Smith Merry Beth Smith Carr were Judged separately.

Cooley, Selma Ray. James Dennis
jf H H. Adams. I

i ." \ \oflr. ot tppllvittlon. for T." UrrilIllousa
Troop CommitteeFor ( Hill' N... U aNoftcit ) W ta.'x r 4 : z
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t.; ,\ : ': -- Girl Scouts I following certificate him. coed pnltlOfrtlt1cnt
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: Ps ,*,'' ij t Met WednesdayThe thar.on. The rartlflrat number &:
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:: ..tm't'Vh "' ; regular meeting of the "'hl..lIt was aaMeiiaad are a* fol-
,_ 7 t I Girl Scout Troop Committee was IOWH fvrlirifule No. 69. Your .of
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Imiimnr Maw r1. A. II 1147 rHrrlptlon >
held Wednesday evening June 15, f>f property: >Vi tV of Vw*.
= = \ )' keep on paying rent "hen you can I at the home of 1Irs.V.. J. Epperson of Month NK'i:Kanira Section tl Kant;rl,. runtainlnir Tnwnnhlp I ,211(6

he t the owner of your own home for so' i Jr. Mrs. Epperson was electedsecretary acrt more or Ie.... Nnina In whichUMMcwutfil
: Pinkie John",,". All of at..1.l l
of
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BEDROOM BATH KITCHEN' little Here an altracthe home that committee .property being In the County of
II'3a86" Sra8'6' Ii'L" xlZO: anyone would he proud to on n.and it can Mrs. MarlontCurney rnop leader llrn.lfc.nl. State of Flnr""' ''. Unless '1
such certificate or cortlfi'at..hall,
II I he yours in a matter of days-not monthsrJIT disentitled 'tho' summer program b. raf1*.*m"fl afftorrilna; to law the

Veil "show, you a suggested! 'floor plan with the committee of both the |roprlsr or crtlncnta described l will. In ba such Hold rortlttcnt to thahlffhtut

HALL\ providing two bedroom living room hathTI Junior and Senior patrols. hlrtoVr at th. court housedoor '
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i = and kitchen. See "The Sun (Jueen" today The committee was shown the ..Auiruot on the, !1.4'1.rtrnl! which Monday In In the month I day SIGN OF THE EXPERT WHEREVER YOU cor
Scouts'new clubhouse In the rear of Ausne., 1943. Pitted, this Sllt.iyufJun
at Camp Blanding. We're daily from
TI\I open of the Episcopal Church Rectory.The *. I'JIt'
S a. m. to 5 I p. m. A. J. Thomrtu, Clerk nt Olrrult
grounds In back of the clubhouse Court of Hradford County. Florida. It's atwuyi a wonderful feeling to get into Pontiac service the kind of service your
ill I BEDROOM n LIVING ROOM were recently cleaned off (Official seal.> -u 4t T-1J
Pontiac and places! Pontiac: deserves.
Hi !ao'xOJ" II "> y a .u'o" Also SeeOurLOwPriced so that the scout may benefit rn ('I.,... ('..... D."..,... ('....J'. jour go
from many outdoor sports such as Flortdai: IN ('ttaarerr.Knyo We know that "Uu-like thousands and The two service signs you see heN identify
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Pell Koirorn, Pftlnllff, v.. thousands! of other Pontiac: owner will be more than 4.0OO Pontiac dealers across the
BUILDING badminton archery and volley ball. C'lifton Kuirrne. llovorii, l>.t.nJiml.r .
R MATERIALS .. lot of miles this and we -all pledged as
classes] No. 7170. driving a summer country
Tennla will be conducted
i Order .f P..""."". 1...lc. faAprrmr. feel sure they will be enjoyable,comfortable you the finest service by faaorp-rrainedex-
soon. For rainy days there are rTK OF FIOKlUt. l.t
SUGGESTED FLOOR PLAN varied Indoor activities. Cltfton Rug-n. Kovr whose ran economical miles you will be happy to perts using factory-engineered parts and
many i
Idtnca 'Ul No. U Mm-laty Street remember for a long lime. special equipment. y;-
Arts ,and Crafts include glassware ChnrlMton. South Carolina "
Leaders In REAL Low Cost Housing! metalcraft. n. e d I e craft I Tou are required to appear on One of the things which adds greatly to the Before you start your summer travels,. bring !:''''
weaving photography blockprlntIng I July US.and It4. In the wherein, ahov.plaintiff n.n11Court peace of mind that goes with, Poati.towneryour Pontiac in for a check-up. And if you )< !

OPEN MONDAY THKOt'fill M.Tt'RU..lLjJ I'. 1L; OPEN St.M\Y: 10 A: I..31't. leathercraft and painting. Indoor seeks dlvorca.cauia Fradford County ship is the fact that you are never more than ever need service on the road, look for the
Teletraphshalt publish this Orll.r few minutes few miles from sign of the Pontiac -it !
games have been secured. In next four watkly :la.ua, a or a expert expert paysl .

F ARMY CAMP 1 Table tennis and dart games are seal Witness. at Stark my, hand Florida. and, this onMolal JuntII. I
WRECKING CORP.CAMf I among a list of twenty. 1t4" McGRIFF MOTORS

I Possible plans for a day camp OFFICIAL, A.SEAL Clerk) A.of laid J. Tlln.Court...., ,

next summer were discussed. This By Raven Crosby D. C.
BLANDING. FLA. rVb. will be .' Jobs J. H..nd..rnon. E.q.. flalnl 'Starke
worked
IO 569 STARKE, FLA. up during the winter Augustine, Florida ::400 Temple Are. Fla.! :

months and presented, sometime ; :Ally, for nt. IItt 7-11
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