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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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: '' BRADFORD HOME\\EETESTSTRAWBERRIES OF COUNTY TUBS BRADFORD COUNTY TE LEGRAPH APPRECIATION WON'T DRAWING MISH) DAY ;.!.



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TillS SIDE OF HEAVEN Official County Publication Established In, 1879 COlTtTIIOUSE 4 P. M. I

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VOLUME SEVENTY STAKKK. "'LUKID.H') \%-. JfLY 15. 1949 NUMHRK: FIFTY-TWO

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JUNIOR BASEBALL TEAM DONS NEW UNIFORMS

Commissioners Hold Estimated Millage ;


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At Mark Slightly Below Last Year's Levy


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Second Half Of Determined Effort Is Made

.J Hall & Edwards Awarded ContractFor Softball Schedule


Now Under WayS To Keep Expenses In Line

New Cafeteria Building At BHS

,,<'ond half of the City Boft-
In New
:< ball League, got under way lust Preparing BudgetWith

Hall & Edwards, local coutrac- The new cafeteria buildingwill I' Friday with HiRgs & Baker taking

I tors and builders were successful be of brick veneer construction I the first game from Cora-Cola
the Hoard of County Commissioners this week
bidders on the new school in keeping with other structures 12-4.

cafeteria building for BHS. of the OHS plnnt. It will Concluding/ last Frlilny's dimblo- estimating an actual fractional decrease in its millage requirements -

Sealed bids were opened by be located, near the athletic. flell header Robbins defeated National for 1') &19-50 I!rail ford taxpayers could heave a

the School Board In a special house so as. to be conveniently: I Guard 6-3. siKh of relief at learft until the Hoard of Public Instruction -

''Lw Hall & Edwards entered a "base ent well the the
r plant as as new National Guard defeated Hercules new year.

.> ,_-_' '.,.,.....'< bid" of $30,230.66 on a al':34x65 con tJ'u'tlon. 10-8 but the game between Meeting here :Monday for the purpose of compiling Its estimated
building which will house large The new contract brings the Alvarez and Robbins endml In a budget for the new year, the Board announced overall proposed expenditures .
above In their smart new uniform* piotlded by the. Andrews Motor Co., are member of cafeteria kitchen and dining pace.
Pictured
total of new school constructionnow decision and
protested will ba of $164,737,49 for the year 1949-flO/ the total Including a
(lh.. American Legion Junior Bawball Tram. The team l I... sponsored. Jointly by the Legion and the Their alternate bid on a 26x36:: under lit Starke to $93-
way played at a later date. $40,63300 Item representing partial cost of a proposed new county
Ford .Motor Co. ami In one unit In a nationwide program. extension was $3,031.69.: 8.15.66. '
Tonight ( Itorrulel will
Friday) jail.
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and T. C. Haien Jr., commander of the Harmon" P. Morgan\ Superintendent
E. J. O'llara member
Standing from left to right are A $30.80300: contract for a meet Coca-Cola and
and
Delano of Public Instruction Blgfra Due to a decrease of $12,042.30 In the amount budgeted for the
Bert Newcomb Jurk Rave, and
local Legion Pouts Player Tommy Harding;, Ronald Andrews four-room classroom unit for the Baker will play Alvarez. .
stated that the State Department jail this as compared with the amount budgeted! for the lameproject
year
of Andrew
\Andrews th
Jr. J. owner
Thomas, Cotton JamCd Hobbs; Legionnaire A. L. Crosby. ; Starke elementary school was recently Saturday night will bring contests .
will permit the local Board to last the new budget has a net total only $3,399.49 more
Motor C<>., and A. J. Thomas, Jr., amdntant. manager of the team.Kneeling include the "base awarded to the M A G between National Guard and year
only 30230.66
(left to right) are: Vermin Underbill Jimmy Rowe, Harold Davis" Edwin Prevail Tom building" in Its current budget Construction Co. of Gainesville Coca-Cola and National Guard than last year's.Ex"'udlng .

McClane, and In uniform at far left Is Masrot Jimmy Hobbs. but that it Is hoped that the and !work is now under way on and Alvarez. the jail Item from both budgets however for purposes

The Junior Team lost to Lake City 1S-O In a game played there Monday afternoon. A return $5,051.60 extension can be worked this project. The Starke Lions their of comparison, this year's budget shows ail estimated $13,641.99 (a-

game will be played here on July 22 at 3:30 p.m. Into the Board's next budget so Also under construction Is a first !game of tho second won half of bout 13: percent) Increase In the cost of administering the various

Th team played In .a tournament at Gainesville Thnrmlay hut results. were not known at press time that work on the extension can 34330.00 brick unit for the negro the North, Florida League ncnedu phases of Bradford County's government.

go forward about the time that school in Reno. Low bidderon le Thursday Both the General Fund eel. the Fine" Forfeiture Fund showed
yesterday _ _ _ _ _ _ _ the base la this building was the Palmer night of I""twe..k.
building completed.The defeating Callahan 5.1 on Increases of around $4,000 each while the estimated expenditures In

extension will Include additional I Engineering olio Construction Co. the local diamond. the Road" Bridge Maintenance Fund were set at $9,516.00 more the.q'

To Hear Trio Move dining space.Business of Jacksonville. Starke took an early lead l I.- last year reaching a new high of $52,516.00.
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Court Negro the first Inning! when Ralph
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These Increases were partially offset by the decreased amount
Hengue knocked out norm
a
Census run budgeted for the county jail! and. the elimination, of $3.300 designated
Appreciation Day with one man on base bringing
In two runs, Callahan failed to last. year aa "Publicity and. Public Improvement", Including $1,100

For New Trial Friday Morning tally until the seventh Inning. for the Chamber of Commerce), $1,000 for the Library building fund

Under Way HereA Begins July 20Interested Stark racked up nine hits on and $300 each for several. county commlwiloner districts

convicted of first degree Callahan while J. Godwin pitchIng Another factor making possible the Alight lowering of estimated
Attorneys for three negroes "'
for the Lions held the visitors millage for next Is tho Increase. In county values as reported by
of Starke storekeeper Dave L. business. cenus the first In year
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murder in the May 4 slaying Keystone Rotarians to six, .;
I shoppers from Tax Assessor Guy Andrews. With a net Increase In values of closes
Silcox will argue motions for a new trial before Circuit Judge 10 years was started in Starka A casualty of the
Guests Of Salvation throughout the Starke trade area game was to 400000. the estimated 1919 levy of 14.111 mills by the County
John A. H. Murphree in the courthouse here at 10 o'clockthis'morninar this week by the Bureau of the I Buddy Bishop, playing right field...,
are expected to gather at the who Commissioners will yield $61,161.10 or $1,43091 more than the $56.100.16 ,-
(Friday). Army At Camp I Cemiis. This business! cerni in ,be. broke an ankle In three
realized from last of 11.123.
year's mlllnge
Courthouse Wednesday afternoon places during slide to home .
a
If the motions are denied : ing taken in the entire United plate.lie '
three defendants will hear Guard Keystone Heights Rotarian* i July 2!), at 4 o'clock for the first will be out of the lineup for Last years actual mlllagon, compared with the new e..tlmatetlleviI'll.
the National States and will the activities -
the of Gen. cover ,
were guests Brig. the
of death -I ; Appreciation Day jackpot drawing remainder of the season. are as follows:
the sentence pronounced Will Drill Monday Ernest Pickering Division Commander of the 1918 calendar year The Lions plnytul Marclcnny 19IH 11..9 l 1 J
them a* is man- I / staged by 23: biiMlnes firmsof
upon Florida law in To CampThe of the Salvation Army. Enumerator Tracy 1\\[. Baker, here Thurmlay night but the outcome General Fund _________:.uunu_ __ 5.73 3.491
datory under Preparatory at Camp Florida on Bedford Lake Starke. ) of
first degree Jr. of Keystone Heights. a veteran the name wan not known Fine & Forfeiture ______n_____.__u__ 1.25 2.215
convictions .for last Friday at noon. Members of World War II will conductthe Under the plan, every time at press time.
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without recommen- local National. Guard unit Agricultural ____________ __________? .50 .464
murder a were served a delirious: dinnerand customer makes Hturke haw
census, working out of the I a purchase at acooperating won one game and
of ,will hold Its weekly drill Monday were "royally entertained". I store lout two Road A Bridge Malnt. _____-_____.____ 5.25 2.954 :
dation mercy. Jacksonville District Office of the he Is given III during the ,second half
The three negroes George Wol- night. July 18 Instead of the regular Capt. C. Williams Jaynes did Bureau of the Cenus. I ticket upon which to write his. of the schedule Service Officer ...?.__.____.__._____ .375 .344 '

fork Jr., 20 L. D. Robinson, 47 Wednewday time. The change himself proud as Camp Directorand Firms In Starke and Bradford i name and drop In a box. If his HoHpltal ______n.___________________ 1.000 .893

and Walter McDonald 23. were was made because of pr..parntlon.stlu1.t had charge of arrangements name la drawn at one of the. Appreciation. Mas New Jail Building __.__n__-_____-____ 1.750
the County to be asked for I X-ray Plans
need to be made prior to In the Information I
convicted of first degree murder dining room. Day drawings!: to be -- -
by 'a Circuit Court jury here I time the advance detachment. ''Capt. Mary Rather,. in charge I are thomi engaged prlnr{'ylly heldeaeh- Wednesday he will) receive Are isrussed 11123 11.111
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June SO. after a trial that consumed 'I leaves'by motor truck'on annual Wednesday I -f Vespers did a beautiful job In marketing and selling merchandise I a percentage of the jackpot At Meeting Here > (li'liiTiil. Fund. Increase '1
The jury July 20 for the encampment of conducting the choir of chllIren's The percentage he receives will
four full days. Fort Jackson S. C. or commodities to retail Under the General Fund. llu following Increases are noted in the

announced, Its verdict after deliberating at the will be voices. Capt. Rather's cornet ers and to Industrial, commercial vary according to the size of the Planx, for the T, H. X-Ray Maw current, estimated budget compared. with last year's actual budget:
hour and 55 mtnutcfl. [ Compo lng convoy Holon were also thoroughly en- l purchase made. The Jackpot will
prof"RHI"nf11 niters, and to those. !
one Survey which will
begin .
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the Headquarters Company 2nd Opt'r1'tlon t. Salary of Clerk of Circuit Court from $1.500 to 2200.
joyed by the visiting Rotarian! In continue to build week week
personal biiHliiHan, ami repairservice up by In Stnrke
Co., 3rd on August 0 were 2. Commissions. and Fens Assessor Taxes from $3.000 t l
qn.. J here In Starke; Hq. Prof. James Nellnon I County <
attorney music director and the Interest
S.L. Scruggs of Gainesville operations. Hotel and on the part of I dixciinHeil lit. a meeting At thetlridi'nr.i .
Bn., Eustis; Company l. 2nd Bn. $ ..0110.)
stated from Oklahoma, thrilled hid the public Is. expected to
for Robinson yea amusement places rome within i Increimeas [ r'oiintv! Health .
terdny that the new trial for Ocala; and Co. Q. 2nd Bn. Gaines ludlence conducting the bund the scope of the ccnmifl. the "Treasure Chest" get on July 11. Department 3. Commissions and Fei-H Comity Tax Collector' from, $3.000 tm

defendant will be asked on ville. which played Salvation Army mu- larger and larger The customer 4000.(
this The information to be obtainedwill Mrs-. R. I ..
local who J.l..ur.
unit of of
the tha
. that Judge Murphree Men from ilc composed by members of the must be present at the drawing 4. "Kxpenncs: of Klertlonn from., $:lOOO( to 3000.
grounds members of the advance detachment include such activities as Bureau. of Tuberculosis' Control t I
erred In permitting a "confession" are Sgt. 1-c Jos. T. ":organization, Prof Nellson .Is to sales' and purchases, payrolls In order to claim his prize. I of the Florida State Boanl of I 5. Courthouse furniture. ,and fixtures from $::100( to $2. 00.
are
made by Robinson at the State He commended for the work he number of employees, inventories, Merchants cooperating In thin Health 6. Fees and roxts Clerk Circuit Court from JSOO to 1500. I
Theodore J-
Kirkland, Jr.; Sgt. gave: suggestions for the
Prison to be allowed' In evidence. Goodge, and Cpl. Albert J. Bur he las has done In the very short time and percentage of principal typesof plan are tinted In an advertlsenunt campaign. She "...\\II' thnt the (front- 7. Maintenance County Jail from $100 to $250.

The motion for Wolfork will be roughs. I been with the Camp FlorlJa business done for the 1019 I In this Inane of the Trie- pat rrnhlpm.wall getting the jwn- 8. (Coroner'. "lUf'lIlN] from, $100 to $300( ).

asked on the same grounds plus Two other members, Clarence < group. calendar yeti r. graph. pitto take. advantage of thln-op- D. Tubercular patient In State Sanatorium from $1,200 t...

two additional points: 1. That the \l. Reddish and Robert B. Crosby Brig Gen. Pickering escorted All Information given In the ,nnifiinltv Tlie rnspcinHlblllty for $1.000(

judge erred in not granting VVolfork'i of the Company leave by rail Rotarians around the beautiful Census of Btiflln ss will be kepi Lawtey Scouting I Informing the population lies WI lbthe .
motion to quash the jury iroundH of the Camp which inilude It was minted out that Items I I. 2, 3 and 6 1 above do not represent
venire. and 2. The judge erredIn Wednesday for a 4-day pre-camp a lovely white sand beach nlrlttly confidential/ to the Bureau Meet Is SetA county hivilth official. hlan'varied actual. Increases In the amounts, paid. the clerk assessor. and collector
school. of tho Census and other and timely of
not granting the defendant's cooks end piers of steel structure for no I ways publl- fn reality, they, have hern. drawing this. much' In recent year. It wasexillneiI
All personnel on the advance agency will have access to this meeting. / for all parent. of edition and. l IIC'v..rtlNpnt' for the
request for severance (separate 'he safety of the children. At th"Iose although! the amount budgeted, / heretofore were not sufficient -
drive .
main information. were demountmte,
detachments will join the boys 8 through/ II, who are Interested l by Mrs.
trial). I : of each camping season the Manure and to take' care of feint and rommt.'mlona (if these offices. The difference -
body of the company upon Ita arrival In having the Cubbing linrtt A. Higgins also -
The new trial for McDonaldwill at Fort Jackson. I piers are removed oiled and Grand and Scouting program In Lawtey.will of the llurenu of TubercuUmUControl was later maui, up by transfers from other budgeted funds..

be asked on the same ground The main body loaves here Saturday stored for the coming Reason.: The OpeningOf he held! at the home of Mr. Thin year. In order. to prexcnt "a more reallxtlc, budKet" the full

as RoblnHon'a plus the ground afternoon, July 23. by pull- beach has three lifeguards on Pelican Club and Mrs. J. K. Wall. Jr lit 7:30: ) (Others ntlemllug the meeting' amount expected' to bu drawn by these offices, through fees and CornflII4MiOhl -
erred In not grant duty at all times.
that the judge man. The unit will assemble at'I Saturday NightThe p.m. on Friday July 22. were; Pr S I D. Poff of Iho Rur H set 1 by law, was Included In the budget.

Ing his request for severance.atated that the armory at 2 p.m. on that date I' __The Rotarians were shown the The meeting.will b.. coiulurtctl I I'' ..1111 of Tuberculosis Control' oft Items. In the Oem-ral Fund, .showing estimated. decreases! were:
Attorney Scruggs clinic or first aid station. ThU
for last minute Instructions and I Grand Opening of th T. A. II ii,,, Florida State lIon Ifl of I
\if the motions for a new trial are building contains two beds for ? by I Howand. th'ldIcoul:: II Hi'itltli. Maintenance' and I repaint to county coiirthou-ie from $2,500 tO.<
preparations prior to departure.A I Pelican Club | .J"k, Trawlck. ,
on Highway IS between executive. siinltnrlnn. Mrs.
denied here today, counsel for all adults; also bassinettes for maternity ,, $7.V:\ Onernl, Welfare' from, $1.000) to $3.ilO.( )
total of 68 officers and men .
Starke and Kingsley Lake Preston, R. N. and Dr. A
three of the_ defendants will appeal will leave with the main body by cases In an emergency.The i Is announced by the owners Mr V C'ovlnirlon all of. the Bradford Tho amount, estimated, for the county's stake In the operation ot

to the State Supreme Court. rail. The total may vary a man or rooms look cool and comfortable and Mrs. J. \V. Jordan for Saturday Jas. O. McCullough rVmntv It.....I", Dept. Rev. J If. the Health Department remained, the same 3200.

two. depending on enlistments bc- and moat inviting in every night, July 16. Hill reprewnllng' the minister of Oilier I IiicrciwenNotable
James O. McCullough 81, died, I
Lester Austin NamedTo '''N'n now and camp way to a patient. The Jordans announce that the!I I In ShadycreHt. Hospital on July. this city ami, Mrs J R Wainwright hoont In the Fine & Forfeiture Fund were

New PositionJames I Recent enlistments the Compo Visiting Rotarians enjoying this occasion will be "semi formal, 2. lie had been. residing at Ken I ;| ; fhnlimnn of the County 1. Other law enforcement agencies from ".liOI) to 2000. I

my who will attend summer camp meeting with the Keystone Club and that music will be furnished I ney's Kent Home in Starke. Tuberculosis health Committee 2. fa
Lester Austin, son ofMr. j with the unit are: Carl N. Carter, were Jesse Olxendilenger of Chat. by the Swingtette Orchestra and I I were nlHO participants. :3 WltnesK fees from $HOO) to 1000.!
Funeral ..
J. Futch. Ovid D. Bennett, tahoorhee and Dean Walter Math- services: were h l l4 and Mrs. J. S. Austin of Law- Floyd couples or parties are advised to I tho DeWitt C. Jones Monday 4. Jurors. payroll.* from $300 to $MO.)
James 1\(. erly of the University of Florida. Chapel
relations | Ralph L. Bryan Bryant
tey, has been named public make reservations early. afternoon at 4 o'clock with Film At Rotary Kstlmateil: Increases In the Kon t [ '
the Carneige Institute and Jack Eave4.Mitch The Keystone Club .wishes to I i
director at I
Rev. L. D. homes officiating Interment 1 I. Salaries: for road maintenance I )
In Pittsburgh., accordingto of the training at Fort express Its sincere thanks tBrill' A patriotic film. "Letter fromAmerica" ,
Jackson will be familiarizationfiring I Cemetery WorkingThere will he In Crosby Luke 2. n.iolln and. fun) oil for road, <
an announcement by James M. Gen. Pickering and his associates wee shown at the K<>-
Bovard. president. In'addition he of all the weapons in the for this wonderful meet. i iI Cemetery tar), nub Wednesdiv/ / with W 3. PurchaSH of new equipment from $: '
of the local unit. Some of the weapons ing. I will be a Cemetery WorkIng Only known survivor! of Mr C Ithoilen. of the local N.itlminl 4,' Insurance from Jl.OOO( to $1,500)
will serve as secretary I
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are the Carbine rifle, Ml rifle and at the New River Baptist McCullough Is a sister, Miss CarneyMcCullough Guard A. Timber and other material* for
Institute Society. company doing the exhibiting
Carnegie Church Thuniday. 21.
July Everyone ut I'ulmyra, N. J.rdvpiEroK
Mr AtiAtln active in the field .SO calibre machine guns. Interested Is urged to coma / The program was In charge SIOniMI/) to I2.00O)
has served in various Meters Yielding of Cliff 'Hnzen The and hospital Fund
of journalism early and stay until the grounds. : :M titaii'IIFI'oRr ; Guy Andrews |prp- Agricultural
advertising' and public relatlona Age Is LoweredFor are. finished!. Those attending will : ilderl! In the absence!! of pre UI<>nlO /
year's.The
capacities in Pittsburgh for Scouts & CubsThe bring basket dinners which will I. S. Newcomb. Hoard will meet the first Monday In

the past eight years and his $100 Weekly be served at noon. J. I). Oiiom. manager of the venlon of the budget and I taxpayers will

many friend In Bradford Countywill Boy Scouts of America ha* R. H. Green, Jr.. Clerk farmers Produce & Livestock Troop 70 NoticeAll bo heard at I that tl m8.
leArn with interest of his ne'vconnection. announced a one-year reduction I Market, Gainesville, report a Jail Item :' ..

In the entrance ages for Its program Starke's 78 parking meters are : Hercules Picnic much heavier sale this week with Boy Scouts are urged to The $10,63500 Item budgeted for a !

of Cub Scouting Roy ScoutIng yielding slightly In excess of $10 prices on slaughter cattle steadyto attend the regular' meeting Monday fund ,
$3.1,030OO on hand in the building
Carpenter's Drug and Senior Scouting, effective yesterday.a week City Clerk Carl .stated Set For Saturday SOc) higher than last week's I night at 7 o'clock. plus around $7.000 which will be raised by


Announces New The September decision 1.was reached after i Through Monday July 10. the Employes of the Hercules Powder sale.The price on packer hogs howmlan Junior Club for Jail building In 1910.

Manager & Druggist a three-year study during which meters had yielded a total of Co. will be entertained at a Increase of SOC par hundredweight Total cost of the jail will range; from $ :\

opinions were obtained from experienced 620.85: In the six-weeks period picnic" at Strickland's Landing/ on while feeder!! pig sold> Has Swim Party proponed. to go forward. with Itf '

James L. Cooper, formerly of lenders and parents. since they were first Installed. Kingsley Lake. Saturday, July 16. up tf) $2550 per hundred weight. I At Kingsley Lake Inn balance, to be retired. by a continuing 8)A

Orlando and a graduate of the After Sept. 1. boys may become May 31 The money Is being, deposited This event Is being staged by There was a good 1 demand for next five year The present Jail has .

University of Florida School of Cub Scout at eight years of age in a special account In the company In celebration of all livestock with plenty of buy. I Member* of the Junior Wo State Prison Boar! and the county ha ..

Pharmacy, Is the new manager Instead of nine: Boy Scouts at the Florida Bank at Starke. six-year safety record attainedby ers present. The prices" of 482 man's Club enjoyed a swimming the construction of a new Jail building .

at Carpenter's Drug Store. Mr. 11 instead of 12. and Explorers at After the Installation fee of $4 the Leases & Surveys Depart hogs and 356 cattle were as follows -I pnrty last Thursday evening at :Minnie of '

Cooper was formerly associated 14 Instead of IS. per meter Is pajd. the City and ment. : the spacious. Klngsley I Lake horn Following are the minutes. of the

with the Florida Pharmacy in This announcement should be the meter company will begin HOGS: No.1. 2075; No. 2. of Mrs. Martha Smith. here Monday at which time the estimated / :

Gainervllle and with Martin & of great Interest to parents of splitting receipts SO-50. Recent BirthsBirths 20.10;' No.3. 20.00: Feeder pigs The buffet table was covered !

Dalton in Tallahassee. He has had boys In these age brackets and 25.50.: with a red linen cloth and a The Board then took the matter of
wide experience in drugs and prescription wilt doubtless result in Increased recently recorded at delicious supper of fried chicken I up
Demorest NamedTo CALVES: Medium, 22.50 to 26.- get of necessary expenses of the County
shop #ork. membership! in the local Scout Shadycrest Hospital. are: wan served l by the hostemej: Mrs.
00; Common 19.OO to 22.50; Culls October 1. 101!). to and.! Including,
Mr. Cooper's wife and daughter. Troop and Cub Pack this fall. Bond TrusteesR. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Robert A. B. Baker, Mrs.. Martha. Smith
14 00 to 19.00.STEERS".
Linda will join him here the first Scheffler of Green Cove Springs\ Mrs.. R. O. Kld.1. Miss Frances considered the receipts estimated by the

of August and they will live In BHS Band NoticeCarl F. Demorest was appointedat a son Conrad Lee on July 2. HEIFERSJ Cutters Colloy.! and Mrs. Frow Strickland. consideration of the needs and! necessities

Mrs.' Paul Canova's house near the regular meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Evert Leachof 1T.OO to 20.75; Canners 13: OO to During the business meeting It quirements for the fiscal year, have ..

. the school. Roberts. new band Instructor City Council last week to fill the Starke a girl. Joann on July 3. IT.00; Stackers 1600 to 19 50 was voted to donate $10 to the the following to bo the estimated expenses
that unexpired term on C. A. Knight. COWS: Common. 18.50: to 21.n .- Starke Girl Scouts
The new manager also announced for BHS announces Mr. and Mrs. Winton ParrUh as half-pay ordinary expenses! contemplated for the!
that Buddy Beville of daily classes ant now being heM resigned on the Board of Bond of Lawtey. a son, Garry Mitchell, : Cutters 15.50 to 1850.; Canners ment on a record player for their tion and estimated receipts.from other

Waldo is now employed at Carp- at 2 p.m. at the school for .11 Trustees. The term has more j on July 6. 12 00 to 15.50. I 1 Club Ifouse.Members. GK.NK.RAL:: : fl'Ml:\

enter's aa a druggist Mr. Seville senior band students. Those desiring than two years to run. Mr. and Mrs. James Edwin Rosier BULLS: Heavy 19.00. I who are laving soap Salaries County Commissioners ,.._.."_" .

is also a graduate of the University to start band work for the Ed Torode Is chairman of the of Lawtey a daughter Rodle No. 4 and No. :5 I grades of hogs wrappers are asked to take them Clerk Circuit Court _ ___ (
of( Florida School of Pharm first time can arrange schedules Bond Trustees, and O. L. BeasleyIs t'Rebecca. on July 7. wen sold In odd lots. to Stump's Store by July 30. Salary (Continued- -on page- )

acy. at that time. | the third member. .





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FRIDAY JULY U. I9)(
PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELRORAFII. STARKE FLORIDA _
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WHAT ARE HIS INTENTIONS: ? CUll, N. J. last Thursday by the contact the traveling Navy Recruiter F.0.n..ct....... .r p.SIICaflon. ..d%. I''I Telegraph In Witness l next' four ball my weekly hand publish and Imiuei thin Order,

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED sudden death of Mr. Ruscher't between the hours of 10 .. AppearSTATE seal ..t tftarke Florida, tin utel'lal, i
OP F Lon I I'M' *.
:brother, Martin Ruscher. 15
\ a.m. and 3 p.m. in the Starke .. need w'1'8! ".. ,'.'"Ulltl''I' 'I I 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNCR-EoiTOn: The Ruschers wish to express post office. 27 L-nilon Illvil. llonuwtml, : "As Clerk of said. hAy ',ma art.,
Haven Crosby D. c.
iobIi&Ht Every Friday and Entered an Second their gratitude for the kind condolences I You are required to J K. .HklpiHM, 211| iirithnm
the nhovv / ,
In flrrvlt C.. nrniKard July Ia 1149! In I ; ... .
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offered the towns : ersin Jarksnm flat. Ally fur I'M
par Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla.olMcrlpUon by Florida !. CliaHiivrr.Julia e..1 Court vorce use, s "
Brnd'"rd <: ) 6-17 4t 7-
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folk. c. Kacd Vlulntlff, v". HurnM' .eeka d

MEMBER (lJ) 'I Mr. and Mrs Hugh Wilson and
!; eons Jimmy and Hugh Jr. of a

Lake City are enjoying a visit
it $2.50 Aanaally For Six. Moe ttu,
with Mrs. Wilson's parents Mr OTARLINGQSTARKEOWNED I
I and Mrs. Edward Wiggins of West HOME
,
c o RS Lake Shore Drive.

F. M Walrath Sr? has joined, OGrocery&MarketdFLORIDA
DJ'rdll Mrs. Walrath at their cottage In
Royal Pines N. C. for the remainder
V VIEWPOINT of the summer.

-# -- I The W. H. Redfeama entertainedover
4'' the .weekend Mr. and' Mrs. SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY JULY 15. 16

E. H. Morris\. and children Tom-
FASTER! FASTER! FASTER! 4 mle, Dick and Mike of Coconut We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantity. Corner Cherry & Call Sts.

Grove, Fla. Mr. Morris Is the
See where the Seaboard Airline Railroad announced that a new I\ {_ r football line coach for the University -
train the Gulf Wind will cut the time between Jacknonvllle and New of Miami.

Orleans by five hours. It will majie California, Texas and Western ydtTAY.PA'1 Mrs N. A. Parker and daugh; Ilbfl HALF PRICE DEAL FLIT

points twelve hours nearer to Florida. I ter.. Jacquelyn left last Saturdaywith -.l

And BO It goes, this mad /scramble to speed up our way of life. Jet MONEY Mrs Parker's parents, Mr. PINTS QUIRTS{ GALLONS

plane now. zoom across the continent In the time it used to take a and Mrs Frank Hickman to mo- 24c 79c
a farmer to hitch his horse and make the trip to town and back. Cam tor'to the Hickman home In Tulsa. 13c
I
and trucks race along good highways at speeds which not so long ago Okla.

would have been considered Incredible. Crack trains have brought the '/ Guests recently registered at i
the White Feather Court Include
North and South closer together making It possiblo to leave North .
Mr, and Mrs. N.J. Fugatt of Chattanooga .
Florida in the afternoon and be bark in New York City the following fYOU Canned TRIPE 39c | BANANAS lb. 9c
: Tenn, Dr. and Mrs. W. -
morning Speed, speed, and still more speed!.seems to be our goal. P A. Cerman of Jefferson" Barracks ,

And where does It get us? Mo, Mr. and Mrs. V. Smith of

Certainly folks enjoyed "the good old days" before the era ofnpoed. ... Birmingham Ala., .!W. 'S. Rooney \
of Pilot Knob N. Y. Mr. and For Cleaning. *Cto
: "O fj
Then there were no automobiles, no moving pictures, or television1
Mrs. H. Hagen and Mr. LLSIhh. 1
Hagen'smother B 0
airplanes] telephoned, and so forth down the long ]list. But they of Cleveland, Ohio Mr. Drains, Sinks Etc. \J
managed to live with and
existing means to enjoy themselves. And and Mrs. Harry Griffin of Mar. _
they did not have tragic wrecks where the lives of 30, ".0. or more CAN HELP! tlnsvllle. ni, Mr. and Mrs. R. W.

people were snuffed out In an airplane crackup. Or frightful automobile Ringwald of Memphis, Tenn., Mr.

crashes In which thousands of persona are now killed annually. Ia a saving of not less than $23-a-year: in YOUR Federal taxes wortha and Mrs. J. Hammel] of Toledo

They led a more leisurely life and If It took two hours to get to 3c stamp to YOU Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Marks Any Bread, 2 for 25c I Smo. Sausage, lb. 17c

Starke to do their shopping (whereas now It takes only perhapa fifteen I YOUR ONE BIO OPPORTUNITY TO KNDPmi.IO of Monroe, Mich' ? Mr. and Mrs.

minute), they got along all right. WASTE & POLITICAL "BUCKPASSING"YOU Floyd Burge of Grove Hill. Ala.
and Mr. and Mrs. Covert Brock
]., then this Age of Speed good or bad? can help save $3 Billions annually In Federal expenditures of St. Petersburg. c

and save $30 Millions in Federal taxes paid by Florida. citizens .
We might as well accept It, for It Is here to stay and Indeed even 49
will increase in'tempo. For at the rate at which we are now Increasing BY WRITING YOUR CONGRESSMEN:' (see list below) Navy Electronics Fryers Fresh Dressed-Drawn LB.
In to speed adoption of the 1loover-Truman Commission Plan for Reorganization .
our speed cars may the future race at 200 miles an hour
of the Federal Government for and Course Is Open
efficiency
trains: at proportionately higher speed and as for plane, there seems economy.Dr.
to be> hardly a limit to their possibilities. With rocket travel now being Robert Johnson President of Temple University and Chair To Hi School GradsHigh
developed to the man of the National Citizens' Committee for the Federal Reorganization c
a trip moon Is not Impossible (but what we'd do
when we got there \IB another matter). Plan has requested FLORIDA TAXPAYERS ASSOIATION. chool'graduate.. who attain 29
(' INC. to lead the campaign In this State a score of 60 or above on Sugar 5 LB. Factory Packed
The answer we think. Is simply one of using speed ;.wIth common the applicant's qualification test I .
He wires that. the next few weeks can bring favorable action on the
_Me. and making upend work for ii'". There are real] benefits that are will be accepted for enlistment
Tydlngs Bill and other phases of the Reorganization Plan IF OITI7.ENS -
available because cars and trucks are fast. You can, for instance pile in the electronics field of the U.
WiLl. LET THEIR SENATORS! AND REPRESENTATIVES
the family In the car on Sunday and go visiting places which were S. Navy according to an announcement
KNOW THAT THEY WANT GENl'INE EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY -
Inaccessible! and make the trip quickly and comfortably or by L. P. Cain recruiting -
you can In ALL l branches. of their government' I
]load your truck and get your produce to market more easily. But you officer for the Jacksonville Flour m-VP, Guaranteed 23 LII. 148
VltllEi, U. S. SENATOR Claude Pepper, Senate Office Bldg., Washington \ area.
run also drive your car like a darned fool at breakneck speed, and killer .
D. C.: U. S. Senator Spessard Holland, .Senate Office Bldg.,
Men under this
maim yourself and others Do you realize that last year three timesthe accepted new
Washington, D. C.Congressmen. program will be assigned to a
population of Bradford County were killed In cars? Wipe out
every
(Address House Office Bldg., Washington D. C.) school] In one of two groups: Tech.
arum woman and child In this County, not once not twice, but Per Can
Hon. J. HardIn Peterson Hon.. Dwight Rogers nical and Operational. In the
three times and you have an Idea of the awful] toll exacted
by speed lion. Charles E. Bennett Hon. A. S. Herlong, Jr. Technical Group are the electronics 1 c

coupled with recklessness. Hon. George Srnathers Hon. Robert Sikes technician, fire control technician Flat Oil Sardines 8

Hundreds of thousands of vacationists and tourists come to Florida Please fill out, sign and mall to YOUR Senator Congressman or both: and Interior communications

now because It Is accessible t'ven.durlng a short two week vaca .. .... .... .... .. .... . .. .... .. .... .. .. In the Operational Groupare ?
tion. That means more dollars for Florida. Fast refrigerated train included the radioman, sonar-

and trucks carry our perlshlbte crops, such as strawberries, aweet Hon. ........ ...' ". ... .. ".... ... ".... ." ... "... ....: man fire control man, and radar-
com cabbages, etc., farther and farther thus ensuring larger mark. I will greatly appreciate (it If you and you colleagues will do everything man schools Chief Cain said.
INVITE YOU TO TRADE
WE WITH US
eta. That too means more dollars Planes spray crops In a matter of possible to speed adoption of the Hoover Commission Plan for The Eddy Test which was THIS WEEK.

mtautm. saving backbreaking work. And there are many many more Reorganization of the Executive Departments Thank you formerly required for the electronics

Instances where speed Is helping us all to a fuller and better life. (Signed) .... .... .._,.,_ .... .... ..... .. ... ........... ,' program Is not required AGNES THOMAS AI.TO'ol'DOOm: ; JOE S. STARLING
Speed, with common sense added to.it, can work for us. Particularlywhen for this) new program, he added
f'B8hl"r C Market
driving an automobile Address: ., ,,... ............. '. Other fields are also open for Manager General Manager
young men between the ages of I

CONFUSION ARISES 17 and 31. Men! Interested should I
: FROM: COMMUNIST-pPY: TRI \f.S! out-of-town plane which was par-

By this time most' of us are thoroughly confused over the various tinily destroyed No one was serloiiHly -

communiat-epy caRes that have been In the headlines so long The Keystone Heights InjurnilR .

Mine-Chambers trial, with Its mass of charges and countercharges, A. Kaiser of the DuPont
hod all the quality of a wild movie melodrama and that of Judith Cop. Bv Mm.'' II. L. Morgan Jr. Company, Wilmington, Delaware 1 : !pU(

Ion deocendiMl at times to the level of third rate vaudeville.An was registered! at the KeystoneInn

unfortunate by-product of the Coplon cam was the widespread Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bird and last week

criticism that followed publication of an FBI report which Indicated I son, Paul, formerly of Keystone Mr and Mrs. John D. Murray *

that a number of very /well known people might be communists or Heights; now residents of Okinawa new owners and operators of the '
LOOfCfUSTENff!
"fellow tru.velt'rs"any readers gained the erroneous Impressionthat I are spending two months' here local Druir and Sundry, have tAk- / Br'SO!
Mrs. Ella )
this report represented the FBI's considered opinion and that the with Mr. Bird mother. en nn annrtment over the store..
I C. Bird They brought with them Mr*. K. Ellis and her son have !
bureau Is making of with
a practice tailing people a red brush on
nn extensive: collection of curiovfrom returned to their home In Ports-
Insufficient evidence;
Japan China, the Phtllipplno mouth Vs after a ton dnv visit
The FBI reports In question was never Intended to be made public, Islands[ and Okinawa. It Is difficult with her sister Mrs' Ray Hearst. 'I

and .was never supposed to be conclusive evidence. They consisted to Bay which pieces are outstanding Judge nnd Mrs. Milton C. Bar-

largely of unsubstantiated complaints and accusations to be used as for the entire aggregation wick of Louisville Ga. have opened ,

worksheets in Investigations that were proposed, pending and Inconclusive is most Interesting and of. a ed their house on Lake Geneva .. _

As the first line of defense against the Communist underground wide variety. for the month of July. This week MUtfi

it .La the FBI's duty to run down reports It receives wherever Last weekend Dr. D. Paul Bird Mrs. R. L. Bthea Sr., of Louisville
another of Bird's amt l Ga., Mrs Charles Rowellof
son Mrs.
lead, knows
they may even though it moat of them may wind up
his wife and family of Lakelandwere dimming, Oa, Mrs. J. >nRUI..s
.n blind alleys. r b,
here as also, was Major of Tallahassee Miss Marv rr
The Government, In the Coplon case wanted to restrict the readIng and Mrs. Walter Andiewson, the Lou Barwick of Augusta, Ga, and
of the report to the judge and jury. But this gave Mian Coplon's John C. Bird's son-in-law] and Mrs N V. Walker" of Keystone

]lawyer Just the opportunity he was looking for It Is a cardinal principle daughter of Ft. Banning, On.Mr. Helirhts are enjoying' a house ON
THIS
of American justice that defendents be protected from secret and Mrs' C. L. Templeton party at the Bnrwlck's place BRAND NEW

evidence- -e\en when these defendants are Communists who sock to nf Birmingham. Ala were recent Mr and Mrs' M. Cook Harwich

,dtsdtrOy> our country as we know It today. With no choice In the mat. ,house !guests of Mrs. Aughtrey and their two, sons of Atlanta will ,

(ffi, ,the judge was forced to rule In favor of Miss Moplan's lawyer. ,Vance and her family Miss Ann arrive shortly for a vacation. 210 LB. CAPACITYKELVINATOR
Vance has returned from a vacation
Mr. and Mrs. R H" Jarneckeand b
Toe Department of Justice had the choice of producing and making
t with her aunt and undo In and have ..
sons Bobby Stevie,
public the alleged evidence, even though In the FBI's opinion this :
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Birmingham.The moved to Ixiultvllle, Ky
would endanger the national security or It could refrain from producing t..
"Keystone. Midirets" tool I Mrs J. B. Schuman of Waldo FREEZERMUtfi
the reports and let Its case aorl'lnstlItIS/ Coplon go by default.It .
n. game from the 1VeaeonnettMidgets has concluded a two weeks visit
was a difficult point to decide but we believe that a majority of
] ,:; of Jacksonville last. Wednesday with her son-in-law and daughter,.
American people feel that the end justified the means.R.B.ALVAREZ&SON I afternoon by a score of Mr nnd Mrs Tom Whlttlngton.Mlsat .
II II I 18-7 Paul Rivers star pitcherfor Gertrude Houser entertained pst ti w

I Keystone held the Jax teamto with luncheon and bridge '

TRANSFER ANDSTORAGE : 2 runs In 0 2-3 Innings After lust Friday July 8, In honor oIn. (

CO.o the game.all the boys enjoyed a \\ John C. Bird of Okinawa. p
swim at the Keystone Heights Invited guests were: Mrs F. M. -I
Beach Walrath, Jr., Mrs S. E. McKav,
\\' operate ]local Ray "Shorty" Hearst has been Mrs. N. A. Parker Mrs. R. K.

: V long dlitnnceanywhere confined to his home with a strop Beedl-, Mrs Alfred Nelson :Mrs.R. .
.ss s throat: L. Walker all of Keystone)
P lNG In V.S. It Is nice to see Mrs. N. V. Itelshs and Mrs,, Frank Hickmon $21995BUILT
Walker home from an extended of Tulsa Okla Only a few AIow
0 e KXCF.LIJCNTSTOR: : stay In Georgia and the Carolina Miss Ann Wrenn of Greensboro. ,
Mountains. N. C. will arrive this week to beth
: .*OK this low !
. e A rumor that the amphibious ", boinegnest of'the AI Nelsons at price
- '!!t:! Yw FACILtrtrsAgents plane which crashed into Lake and their little niece Miss Betsy r ,

Geneva: on the Fourth of July I Wright /s 11e ThSost
Fur was a plane from Keystone Airpark Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Rusher r
Is entirely false. It was an and family were called to Secau-
DelcherBros. See us first!

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FRIDAY JULY 15 1949 BRADFORD COTTJJTT TELEGRAPH. 'i,! \RIE. FLORIDA P.UiE' THKCH;
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McRae Bryant Carrel Jr., Jim-. I ry Rlcharde, Patsy and Brian tie I.Hnilon 1>..,..", lant. Case No. Clifton Knirene. flowers .. ',..n.lllnt. August, u.%. Dated Ihl* :21 day of such remuneration aa was 4)ltd| to Caae No. 7.1XK.tlrdrr .
7379. I, Cane No. 7370. I..r 194!>. the officer holding the respective
STATE mie and Martha Susan Ritch and I Kucera and Carolyn Crews enjoyed Order. .( P.............. Jt Notice tn Writer. of lnblli-a
FARMBy Randy and Ann Johns. I a repeat performance of .'ppr.... "'1' TK or KI.OIIIII\I 5Ip: I>K ILOHIIIt. lot'. urt of Itradford County, Florida next preceding said general "election R. Clllllfleld' I I whose.1.\reitldoncoIn tAlvy <
I'a :\Mvrtl anilnn, whonv reiiliteitffr I*j Clifton Rllifno lti>Kfi .it, v hi.HO renIdence (Official Seal I) 6-34 4t 7-lli 21 duya prior to laid election iii ::
Prime $ ,
ride to Starke with t. South
a (1.orgetwn
Birthday DinnerIn bicycle .. la': No. US Surletv Klrvet <>lll>l% \NCINO.. Iao-t
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1\I1'II.! Bryan VI hit field! 'linnon.. It. I) t. New J in y! Section I. Thla ordinance hall Carolina:
lunch route and Charleatnn. South' Carolina: %n Orillnnnre lerrlna: inC 555.55Inc -
picture
honor of their grand.daugh- picnic en You required to on apply to any and all candlilittea' for
are appear .. You are required tn
on
ffeee all enndlitatmfor appear
.lIr.ln. on .
.
You are required to the otr. .
MeIntooh show attendance as the trip's re- August 1. 1949.! In the above tiamfilCom appear on reupcctlve whether theyare Auicuat I, I1IU. In the !
ter. Miss Cecile McRae of eir'Iis. moiilflltal. attires In IbeC'lty ahove named
July 1 Ibe abi
85 44. In >" liHiiifilCourt candidates to :
t and wherein plaintiff succeed themaelvea -,
Bridge Club cause ..ff ant ...laina for Court and cauae, heroin,, plaintiffaeeka :
Meeting "Hlnrke. pr
> ward. and wherein ; .
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Mr. and Mrs. J.: A. Bouvlci -..k. divorce. rvndford ('. usntY cause plaintiff ... or otherwlae.Soctlon ; divorce. Ttradfnril. County
the amount of nwneMnnient to
Mixed flowers In artistic arrangements were hosts at a family birthday. Frances Caldwell Is enjoyinga T.lr..r ph shall p..I.II"h this Order Telegraph eeekn. divorce.shall publish CTndford this Cminty Orderin mail and pfotltllnic. thee the paIent .* 3. The qualifying. foenamed Telegraph. shall pnblinh this or"al'In
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In next four weekly laauea.Wltnmn ... herein mulct he paid and the next fotir weekly Iniiuea.
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were noted in the dinner at their home Friday July to Washington D. C.. New fast four weklv issues.Vitness of Much atmrMMnaent or t thereof
trip my hand and official \ hand ond official 1t",1.", fee ,...all! be n condition wblrbninnl payment shall' he condition AVItnaaa mv nil nil and official
home of Mrs. M. E. Orlner when 8. Their guests were Mrs. York City and other eastern cost at Starke, "Florida thla June seal nt 8tarke' my riorlilu, this June ... met before tbe name nf which must be met before tho name. seal at Starke", Florida. thin Jun.
of candidate .
Otherwise 1949.IOFP'tClAT.
any Zt.
she entertained the State Farm Cecil McRae and her other daugh- points of Interest with her bro 25. 1049.! S3 1949. nor eanillilate.. otherwise qnnllfleit ahull bo qualified
(OFFICIAL !SRAt.! ) A. J. Thomas, (OFFICIAL !!lEA I.) A. J. Thomas, hall hiprlsutel on the. official Ballot printed on the official ( SF.Al.) A. J. 'Thomas.
Bridge Club Friday afternoon. ters, Mrs. David Hamrlck of ther-in-law and slater Mr. and Aa Clerk nf said Court. Aa Clerk of aid Court. at any municipal election.NVhereax ballot at any municipal election. AH flrrk of said. Court
Prize winners at this meeting Gainesville and Misses Patty and Mrs. A. W. Anderson of Starke. By Haven. Croaby, U. C.Atty. Py Haven ("',...by. .r. C. timter the 1..wl.I" of of Section ordlnancea 4 All In ordlnnncea conflict herewitharo or earls By Haven. r-rnnhy, 1>. C
John J. HemlerMon, Eaq., BnlntAtiaiiatlna the City Chinur i>f the City of i llenilcrHon' hard.
for 7-t 4t T-8 '
were as follows: for having' high Eleanor McRae. Patty and El- Mrs. Julie Holly and little Miss I PIf. Florida Stirke' Florida ceitaln I iniinlctpalofflcera I hereby repealed, l-on nli'I{ :. Z7in\; Florida.:; ,
acore Mrs. :J. C. Wallace won n. I eanor have continued to be visItors Holly Johnson of New Britain, i I In rlr<'iil. (""..;. Bradford. ( Atty. for Flf. -24 4t 7-15 are elxcleil by the <|iialiriiulvotira become"Section' effective K. Thla ordinance .ahnll, Ally for PIf 7-1 4t 7-SJ:
"o.n''j' of the Cllv of Htarke, and Immediately upon
pottery pitcher: the second high of Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier Conn. have been visiting Mr. and Flurldai Iw tisasserry. :>.. ..f ppllrnllen far Turn l teed \VhereaM. In conduction, puoh elecllnna .I its btifunilnir" a law.Pnaa In .
Circuit
pslze Yardley's soap, went to Mrs. I through the past week. Mrs. A. C. LJbhart since earlyin Ovaiinre Rniiilln. lv 5naIls.>r.. and if putt 1919. ..d. this 7 lay of June, A. D., Florldat In Court Chancery.Herlha nrailferel. Cenetr.
.
C. HI. Turney and in "bingo" Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. William'and July. Other recent visitors of of Publication and "Nolle 4Appear. Shaw, the holder of the. \v heretic. under I the Hllelikt laws I* A. ('...nova.I Mnran I'lalntlff.. v. Joseph
H. M. Rlcharde won a Jar of fig their son, Pat and Kenney the Llbharts, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lnura .Sniallti STtTH, whose OK KI.OHII renldeno>\. tot la following ceftlflcatea ban filed Haldoertlflcatoa of the State nf Florida the City, I 1'realdent of lily Council Mnrnn.Order. ef Oefenrlnnt riibllratlen. fana and No.:Vetlceto 7Ail7.
other thliiK"
Council In,
t"ra laau- Attest .
tat deed to be amonic : tart Jnhna, City Clerk.To .
preserves. After the games end- of Montgomery. Alabama have Llbhart have now returnedto 101 Kelly Street.. New York Uronx, ed thereon. The cerlincate numbers Ayears autliorlieil. I to I I..p..e fee t,n randldittea I- I,. the h..n"I..hlt.Iavo': of > AppearT
ed Mrs. Griner served a frozen been visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. their home in Lancaster Pa. N;>You w Vorki are required. to appear on of issuance, the dearrlptlon for miinlclpiil i ..'tlr.... and City i.f Starke: :ndl hereby J'lNfph" V Moran T F.; or Whose ORlnA ten
of th. property nml the names In Whereas, after due conolderatlon that. the above fore-a-nlno residence and
; 'h"1
fruit salad course. i O. Engram this past week. Mr. and Mrs. :J. O. Caldwell AtiHUHt I, 1949.> In the above namedCourt which It wale aaaemifld are aa fol- the ('ltv Counrll of the fltv of nut n's. Wn.. dtilv adopted and. pa. Hddreaa la unknown:
Outdoor I' Mrs. D. L. Nix and her baby and cause. wberjln plaintiff, Iowa: Certificate No,' 59. Tear. of Starke. la of the opinion that It hv the City Council. of the City You are required to appear on
Party Miss Peggy Caldwell and Miss seeks divorce Dradfonl Cn..nlVT.I..raph | iHauanea May 81. A."n. >. 1947 He would I be In the public Intercut to "Starke on the 7 dnv of June, A. D.. Title 25 194't In the above named
Tommie Dowling was host to J Ja daughter Margaret returned Sun- Helen Whitfleld spent Sunday with shall publish this'. Order, crlptlon of Fropertyt: Wt of NWU levy and assess iiuallfvlnir fees on 1919 while In regular session Court and cause., wherein. plaintiff
In four laauea.WltneaA
I next weekly of NES."t'"n 13, Township SKiiuth all candldnteM. for municipal officesNow Carl Johna City Clerk. Peeks. divorce A rentoratlon. of maiden -
group of boys and girls from day from Commerce. Georgia Mrs. J. B. Caldwell In Ocala. my hand and official llanita. 82 Bant, contalnliiK 20 Ihel'eforrt, be. nrdillned. bv Th. above. and foreicolnir ordinance nan.... The flrnilfnrrtCounty
the Farm and from Raiford at where they were guests of Mrs.L. until I at Starke. Florida, this June acrea more or lew*, Name. In which the City; Council: ,,,1t the ('lty nf waa. received. by.... and, ap Telegraph' shall publish thin
Clifford Williams and his friend 211.IlH.l > assessed I'lnkle Juhnmin. All ot saii, Mt' .ark., Bradford Citutity. Fltirlda.In proved l hV "n Order, In next four weekly lHaiiea.Vltnena .
J. Sharp and of Mrs. D. M. : ; me thla, the 17 iluy of
the home of his !SEAL; ) A. 3 Thomnii
parents Mr. and Mr. Grenshaw both of Griffin (OFFICIAL l>rnt>..rlv .beliiK In the County of reKular. MeMKloii' June, A. D., 1949.' \ my hand and, 1 .offlcl l
Mrs. A. C. Dowling. Saturday Nix tot two weeks." They were Aa Clerk of said Court Hradford.. State of Fli.rUla. Unless Si'vilon I That nftei this ordl. :.r. l.. lIo'rlu.uttlvos' peal at Htnrke Florida, thiN Jun*
accompanied home by Mrs. W. B. Georgia were overnight guestsof nv TTaven Crossly, D. C. Niich cnrtlflcute. or rertlflcntea shall nnnce hccr.mptt a Inw nu,r peraonoffering ?' of I ho city of Slarke I it, 1D49.
night. Games were played arounda T. Frank Lnndrum, "Hturke' be redeemed law the blniHelf ir her, .tlf HR Acnnilldnle fl-al 4t T-15
Mr. and Mrs. %V. II. Williamslast accorillnir to ; (OFFICIAL PRAT.> A. 3. Thomas
bonfire and wieners were- roast White and her son, Rodney, of Ally I fur IMf. 7-1 property described In such certificate for election I". uiv ilectlve A* 'I"'k Commerce who visited Dr. and Tuesday.Mrs. FlorldR'1 or certlllcatea will be aold to thehlKhent munlclpnl.. .."h'. In tin '*'''I)' ofstari I tn Circuit. ........ llrmlford County. ,' By Haven Croaby r>. C. .
ed and served with cold.1 drinks. H. R. returned In Circuit ..n.t. Hrailford ," bidder at the court house <". i Hrailfiird' Ciiunty Florlfln' ,: Florldni. In 4 ...."....,.. I J. S llarrlaon. l.nw Nohana..
Birthday CYlrhratlnn Mrs. Nix for a brief time. Miss Linzy Sat. Klitrldnl In ( bnnrrry.Fare door on the rrst Monday In month sits,I it be required tn pay n uunllfvInir : ; I llertle) Yeadon. .I'll ulfleld.I $ Tllllntlff.I i I I llnlldlnic.I i .lai, ,knoni.Ille i r'ti' >rM, t.
M" Polly Sue Sharp also of the urday from Tallahassee where she l>ell ItoKorH Plaintiff va iif AiiKiiat, 1(149( vhlch l I. the 1 lay tee In: the Hum of >"" "in nf \n. Alvy It. ( ...usltieiil. nefotidunt.1. I .\ for I'lf. K-31 4t 71g.:

Mrs. H. Rlcharde complimented -I Georgia City has been visitingDr. visited her parents, Mr. and MrsC. --- ss--- - - - -----..-.- pppa a. ._ -
her with -
son Henry a
and Mrs. Nix since Monday. J. Rose for a week. She was - - -- - - - - - -

swimming party at the Klngsley Mr. and Mrs. John Gadwin and accompanied home by her daugh.
Lake home of his grandparents I their Johnnie ters. :Misses Wanda Lee Elsie and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. sons Ray and Billy
Ritch. Saturday
afternoon July 9. The occasion -- were In Watertown Saturday to Betty who had been with their Starke Merchants Appreciate Your BusinessThat's
visit! Mrs. Mary Frazier. grandparents for three weeks. C.
the 10th
was birthday anniversary :1. Rose, Jr. of Tallahassee also!
of the honor guest. After Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
came with Mrs. Linzy and th.
)
their swim Mrs. Rlchardc J. A. Bouvier were Mr. and Mrs.
served slices of the traditionalcake \v. F. Rousseau and C. A. Smithof girls and was -here until Monday

and rookies with ire cream. Jacksonville.Mr. Why They're' Staging This Gigantic .

Those enjoying this celebrationwith and Mrs. Garland Godwinof LAKE
Henry were Mrs. A. M. Gainesville spent Saturday and GENEVABy

Richards Brian Kucera. Carolyn Sunday with the former's parents Hlunrhe C'uiinlnuhain

Crews ,Jane Rlcharde, Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin.)

Barbara Bates Patty and Eleanor Jimmie Moncrlef Jane and Hen.4e -
Mrs. Wm. Wagner has returned I

to her home here afjter spending

several weeks visiting relativesand

C/. friends in Sunnybrook, Pa. \
.
Terrill W. Cunningham N. A.

YtJl/ GET S. Jacksonville, spent the week-

end with his mother and brother's

Mrs. R. Forsythe and daughter

Mrs. A. Carlson were Palatka

callers Monday.Mrs. I

5F5 B. Cunningham and sons
were business callers In Palatka

Saturday.Mr. .
and Mrs. T M. Finley and

daughter Martha Sue, and nelce

Miss Frances Finley were Lake

City visitors Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde itanbur;

N#' ot4a- /h of Birmingham, Ala. 'were recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ida M. I

/,/i4.t.k.s o/4eh'e! ,/ Gentry and daughter Lillian.Mr. .


;:#/3 rvsqM'r, 'bH// Crystal. and River Mrs.are Hay guests Nuttles of Mr.of CAN YOU USE $10 $50 $100 $500 IF SO BE HERE S

Nuttles' mother Mrs. Wm. Nut-
ties.



(;;: .K ADDRESSESOF INTERESTThe Every Wednesday 4:00: P. M. Courthouse



following new renewal and ,


$ ()) ;; the change D.friends Telegraph B. Thomas of: addresses will change be received of of Interestto address by .



(temporary) from Lnwtey to Hot

BEER./ Spring, Ark. First Drawing Wed. July 20

ocj Miss Dorothy Rivers, 401 Robertsville ,
? Road Oak Ridge Tenn.

Mrs. C. F. :Miles\ change of ad.dress v

from Lake Butler to 1628 N.

Marlon St.. Lake Fla.t .
City
FLORIDA
.JAX MEWING COMPANY. JACKSONVILLE.
Miss Ruby Conway change ot
t address from Starke to care ot

r L. C Klckhter. Salt Springs, Ci BE PRESENT !
.
I tra, Flil.James.

P. Andrews 2711 Kiawa

SAVE ON TIRES Ave., Columbia. S. C. .
Mrs. Melba hutton Grand Ridge,

Fla.Mrs.. C C .Melvin 1501 Wheeler Your name may be drawn for a percentage of the

,". St., Plant City. Fla.REVIVAL .

'i';i", ,rs J Save yourself trouble from thoso
; NOTICE'
tires. Trade them in I
worn now
-. I ) Revival services will be held
Jt before troubleYOU starts.Or_ at the Congregational Methodist .

-. Church on the Brownlee road beginning Community Treasure ChestEvery

Sunday night July 17
Preaching" will\ bn by Rev. L. G

I 1 Hemingway and the public Is cordially

invited.

In (frrnlt ('."or' llrnilforil. TnuntrMarry .

1..1"0, A I In Stark.I h....riHliillfr.... va. Pnra I time you buy something from one of the undersigned business firms you will be given a ticket on

H. Stark Ji,,ffnd..nt i'a.i> S... 733uOr : .
l.r .,t .*.llHtltkn A %...l<*. t<..
which write With purchases of $1 less 5 from $1 to $5 10
or
A P".O'" HTtll! nf r I OH I lit tn. to your name. you get a percent coupon --- a
Co. JliiillKon' ; : 'Hu-ri.i.; Wilmington:.,
Del.iware" I percent coupon from $5 to $10 a 20 percent coupon and so on. This means that if your name is drawnat
Von am required tn .appear. on
June 27 11141! In,
I hiuliova
ant aivvreq.caune, iTadriird wherein. plitintlfffrifkK CnuntiTili'irrnph namriCiiure I the Courthouse on any Wednesday at 4:00: P.M. you will receive the percent of the jackpot that is indicated

shall publish thlsOnlol.
In Wlrnoia n..t four ray weffclv hand: :IffNUin.anil offlrlanl on your ticket. You must be present to win. '

II9N. Htarke. Klorhlii.. this. MayOFKICIAL
ill,
( !RF H.) A .1. Thomas -
An' r-i-rk .f uld Court
ny haven n Crosby. Ii. ;:.
H. II Dllnran 1 tail T.vm-h Rtllld IT PAYS TO TRADE IN STAKE
Ins. Jarkaiinvllln.$ Klorldii. j
Atty. for Tlf. 6.27 4t -17
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In Clrrnlt Court.-Hrailrwir ('....,.. j
ffIfflIjM k/I7! Klorlilai. In C h......",.
.1".1.| Ir..n.. IjirlKi-v Plnlnflff. vii
llutaon KiluHr; Larlwy Defendant j
MERCHANTS APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESSBe
i: faun, No. 75S WHERE
P..bli.sII.n .
<>rlrr of itnil Nntlr* to
4e) inniiit.-uzw: J. \P.II.'a..n l>.... Kdvar ortTK Larlxry...' tllllllllt whni rnl't., ,

1 dnc IN unknown: '
You are r"'*iurr! <1 to appear nnAiiKiiit

Court and I. 114'valise, In, wh the..r ahoy..in plaintiff nam.." sure and ask for your tickets when making purchases at one of these stores, and attend each drawing-
ssks. ,rilvnrr anil Ntnrat'nn' olTttl '
""."I"n nams Ruo1'"ot. ('DO'n.y
''>irraph shall publish thla Order Every Wednesday at 4:00 P. M. on Courthouse Steps.
In next four wtrkly litiiiiiiii.
\> ltn"mr my hand and offlrlal'Hi I .
I al Jttarko, Klorldii'' this. June
an 1041OPKICfAr.
( IIF:,".) ,\. J ThomanAn
Clerk of said i Court

By AllY'r"A. Z.Hav: Attain.r n IMf.'rosiy*. Jr.l (D.Unlnn-vlll('. 71It. Kin 7-2J, Alvarez Store Est. 1894 Starling's Grocery & Market Starke Builders Supply

DON'T NEED CASH
In ('I..... (.....t. Bradford C...lr. Harley F. Strong Jeweler Biggs & Baker Sistrunk Feed & Seed Store .
.. .
Flrtilal (5a.v.I"
We offer a friendly. personalized Easy Pay Plan. l>. ..n....... Hlalnllff.* v., MartOrdrr *-
.Buy tire and tubes with only a small down 1..1" nyder .,,,'.n.I.nt. C ass S...
your 13" The Guidon Grill Ruby Johns Beauty Shop Carpenters The Rexall Store
payment and terms on the balance that you arrange .( P.kll..atl.n asS .''.tin

to suit your convenience. As little as 1.25 a Cr II I: ....... Appear..1..... ... liii Farm Home & Auto Supply The Smart Shoppe Driggers Furniture Co.
week buys a set el FOUR New Goodyear Tires and "Ma.iI.In. "ny.l..r. wlt..a.. r.uid.nrII ,
I I.. tit BndmaMi Slreot. Cincinnati,
Tubes. Ohln Bradford Hardware Co.Leila's Robbins' The Star Store
You sri rvqulrtd to sppasr on
Auicuiit I 1949 In the atmv named
Court and ...caua. 'h.r..ln plaintiff
-- Barksdale's StoreStump's Bros.Canova'
....ka dlvorc. flradford County Dress & Gift Shop Darby .
Tol."raph hall pnhllah& this Ord f .
SERVICE CENTER In n.t four w."kly' laaut
WItn.ss my; band and officialseal Pharmacy Store Denmark Furniture Co.
at .Mtark. Florida, this Jun.

fi State RotuI; ZOO (t.". S. 301)) ((!< IS4oFrICIAL" A.SEAT Clark of A. said J. thomas Court, New Method Cleaners Slade Gas Co. Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop

At South Cltjr Limit. By Ilavan Craaby O. C.
McrwUk Anderson, Or...n Co**
t Seeber .D. Goodmnji Owner Hprlnir" *. Florida C. H. Nasworthy General Supplies
for Fit.'l 4t 7'2)riml
Starke Fla. Attr. _____
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FRIDAY, JULY 13: IM9 I
FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST,VRKE. FLORIDA


Mrs. Wilson HostessAt Miss Joyce Haskins Weds Sgt. Raymond HallIn bride, and Mrs. A. C. Ubhart. WMU Rally TodayThe ''B & P W MeetingThe I


,::; '- 1 Farewell Party Ceremony At Orlando Air Force Chapel bride's Miss later Ann of book.Nelson the groom of Jacksonville, kept the, Quarterly WJfU New Rally River of Association the p W July Club meeting will be of held Starke at the BA

Mrs. Ira Wilson was hostess Baptist Klngsley Lake home of Mrs. Pauline -
will begin at 10 a.m.
Thursday afternoon of last weekat After attending the Taylor. Antioch Torode, Monday evening Ju-
farewell for Mrs Doris Nelson wedding in Jacksonville today (Friday) In the 7:30 All membvis
a party the an ly 18th, at : p.m.
J' This Is
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Nelson left Church.
Baptist
Rlihtdloux, who will return noon attend'
4 to her home In New Orleans for a wedding journey to Ash- I nual Young People's Rally. please I

Residence Polly :Mann (fibs The Wilson home was decorated vllle N, C. and other near-by
Phone 175\V Editor hon" 29 with arrangements of zinnias, i points of Interest and upon their Men's Clothing '

occasion red roses and carnations for the t return Among will additional reside In Jacksonville.out-of-town j IIIL| ALVAREZ' STORE 1891 IIIIr. I! IEstablished


Business Women's Bingo was enjoyed during the guests at the wedding .were W. I*
.
afternoon with prizes won by'Mrs.Jean
Nelson Miss Mildred Nelson, sister -
Circle DividesMembership Prevatt and Mrs. Edna Jones.
1 : of the groom Mrs. R. E. War- WOMEN WANTED
Mr. Richidloux received many MEN or
souvenirs of Florida as parting ren, Mrs W. L. Johnson Walter

The Business Woman's Circleof gifts from, her friends.At Moorehead, Ben, Wllllamc, Mrs.

the First Baptist Church met I the close of the afternoonthe :t 4 rt Claude E. Brannen, Claude Taylor, TO DEMONSTRATE
t +
Tuesday Night at the Church with hostess served refreshments, Paul Reid, Mrs. F. C. Johnson I
i assisted by Mrs. Lula Slad. of ito WASHERIN
22 members present MAYTAG
I Hampton, and Mrs. Ruby Jones. p J F. C. Johnson, Jr., Miss Cecilia I The Famous
Chairman, Mrs C.
a The Circle Coffrin Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ash-
A. Knight, gave the devotional I THE HOME:
mead, Buddy ABlunead, Miss
John 1:1-2 John WSCS To MeetThe
thoughts from : ;
3:17: and Romans 3:23.: Frances Taylor Miss Margaret! We Train You For A Successful Future
WSCS of the Methodist Reddish, Robert Fltzslmmons and
During the business session the Church will have Its regular bust- Ashmead Jones, all of Jackson-

Circle voted unanimously to divide newt and program meeting next ville, Mrs. H. P. Oalney, maternal I Electric Service & Supply
al the Circle martin with the .
grandmother
Monday, July 18 at 3:30: o'clock. of the bride of
meeting, having all
September Brooker, Miss Dorothy Crosby of
business women in one circle and Gainesville I Starke Fla.Choose .
Charles Mooney Mrs. W B. Mun- and Melvin Spoonerof II
housewives to attend at
wishing
dy, Jr., Mrs. E. L. McKnlght, Mrs. Fahokee. I Ir I .
night In another, with both Circle
H. C. Newsome, Mrs. Fred J. JI
Perry P
: meetings at the Church the w .
Pallet Miss
Pellum, Mrs. Shirley
tame night and at the same hour. f ,'
Dorothy Rosa, Mrs. Charles lour
The program Chairman, Mrs. t lq.t, a
Mrs. Earl Searing Mrs.
D. Li. Thomas, presented an Interesting Schmitt 'la; 'Iq FatorllcH From
Miss Janette Priest Kate Sheppard Mrs. A J, Thom
program on Oriental religions all, Jr., Mrs C. L. Wise, Mrs W A & l'N Tempting
To Wed G. T. Jones with the following huilesdresH..d H. Yawn and Mr R. F. Young.
In native costumes, tak Array of
Mr. and Mm. Clyde O. Priestof Mrs. Elizabeth "NIGIIT CIRCLE"Mlsa / '
ing parts Seymour
Wilma, Alexander Mrs. .
Starke announce the engagement Mrs. Mary Lawson"" and Mrs. AI. M : ;
R. L. Alvarez, Mrs. Charles C1al'k.Mrs. r :
of their daughter, Eva Jan leen Llnsin. : :
Mrs. Alva :1
,
ette, to George T. Jones of Dun- Margery Colley x x'fY ( FRESHBAKED
edin. Hostesses were Mrg. Bubble Alvarez A. Cook, Mrs. A L. Crohby, Jr.
Mrs Mona Canova. Mrs. Mrs. R. O. Dansby, Mrs. J, H.
The wedding: will be an event of Sue Miles, Mrs. Margery Colley, Dennis Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr.
August 10 at 7:30: o'clock In the
Miss Wilma Alexander and Mrs. Mrs. T. L. Duncan, Mrs Adolph(
First Baptist Church with Rev. Willie Mae Denton. Gay, Mrs. II. P. Gillen, Mrs. R.

L. D. Haines officiating. Following Is a membership tie: A. Green, Mrs. J A. Griffin, Mrs. i h
All friends of the couple are of each Circle: L. D. Flames, Mrs. J. F. Harrington
invited to attend. III'SINEHSOMN'S: CIRCLE Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mrs A.
Mrs. H. C. Broadway, Mrs. R. B. Howard, Mrs. T. W. King Mrs. 1 :; : \
DELIGHTSJane
STRAW HATS ONE-THIRD C. Buford Miss Frances Colley, C. A. Knight, Mrs T. Frank
OFF AT ALVAREZ TORE Mrs. A. D. Crosby, Mrs. C. L. Landrum, Mrs Bwell Lawson r 1
Currie Mrs James W. Deaver Mrs. J. T. Lawson, Mrs. O. I.Klnsln a ,

Mrs Willie Mae Denton, Mrs. L. ,, Mn E. C. Mann, Jr, :Mrs. MHH| Jjtlla Joyce Haskins. Walter Bryan of Jacksonville. Mrs
F. Dinkins, Mrs J. D. Doyle, Miss T. K. McClane, Jr., Mrs. Q J.McCriff daughter/ of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. John Hall, Mrs. John Zebedee and
S. Elma Lee Hickey, Mrs. H. H. Mrs. A. R. McRae, Mrs. Hanklns of Keystone Heights became Mrs. Evelyn Jordan of Gainesville Parker Loaf Cake 25c
Houston, Mrs. Raymond Howe L.. M. Nagle, Jr., Mrs. 0. U Pat the bride of Staff Sgt. !Mrs. Jack Eddy of Waldo : a
Sr.? Mrs. T. M. Hutchings, Mrs. ten Mrs. W. A, Patten Mrs. E. George Raymond Hall, son of and Miss Helen Monte de Oca of .
Gladys Harrington, Mrs. A. H. 'T. Phillips Mrs. Byron M. SaJter, Mrs John Hall of Gainesville, Tampa.
Johna, Miss Florled Kllllngsworth. Mrs. J. D. Seymour, Mrs. Lloyd Friday evening June 21, at 8 Bar 45c
Mrs. W. M. King, Mrs. Blanchard Suggs, Mrs D. L. Thomas, :Mrs. o'clock. Pauline Brannen ANGEL FOOD Lady Baltimore -

Sun. Mon.-Turn.-July 17-10 Law Mrs M. U Lawson, Mrs Riley Wa.. dln, Mrs F. G. West The candcllght ceremony was
YOU GOTTA Gene Long, Mrs. Emmalyne Matthews Mrs. Orle Wiggins, and Mrs. E. field In the Orlando Air Force Weds Mr. NelsonAt

Mrs. E. F. Mile. Mrs. A. Yancey. Base chapel with Chaplain CarlI. State FarmThe Ring Cake 39c
Maple Nut Layer - -
.
- - - Malra officiating. The chapel
STAY HAPPY
.was decorated. with white gladioli marriage of Miss Pauline
; and lilies against a background Brannen, daughter/ of Mr and i 65c
JIIIt. Stewart. Joan "Fonialn AnnouncingGRAND I I of fern with white ,taper Mrs. Ftniford W. Brannen, and Sugared Donut 19c (;olden Pound 23c:
Fiddle: Albert j Jack\ Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs
SHORTS & NEWS OPENING In graduated candelabra W. L. Nelson of Jacksonville was I Jane Parker Jane Parker Lady Fingers 33c
i A program of nuptial music Jelly Roll 37c
solemnized Saturday evening, July
Potato
Wed. Thiirn. -July 20 21 wile rendered by Mrs. F10renceGam..rlclc 0, at 8-30: o'clock at the State Chips li! lb. Loaf ;Marvel Ji! I lb. IAlar
I 1 Pound Can I
Mrs. OJnmerluk
oigiiniHt. -
ItOtntLK FEATURE Farm home of the brlde'a par'
Pelican ClubHighway accompanied Cpl. Caral Coach, Home Style Bread Ifc; Sandwich Loaf l"c

RACE STREET who sang "O Promise Me", (do ents.Rev.. John L. Bray pastor of 79c .

Koven) and "UeiouHo" (d'Harde- the Raiford Baptist Church, officiated
IB 3 Ml. from Starke Lake Road lot The l
Ge on Klimsley ) traditional wedding the double
<> Raft. "'m. itendiROCK YAnil + At impressive

\ > Most Modern Nile Spot In North Florida | marches were used ring (ceremony. The Vows were lona Flour', 251bs. 1.39 ,
The bride, given in marriage pronounced before an Improvlsod
RIVERRENEGADES DINE & IUNCE: TO THE MUSIC.OF; by her father, had her sister, Mrs. altar marked with tall basket Ann (PageKetchup;

SWING-TET OR ORCHESTRA Robert C. Jackson an her matron of white gladioli and carnations 14 oz. 18c
of honor Richard Lankford flanked with cathedral candelabra ,
$2.00 I'er Couple Cover Chars
served as heat mAn for the groom holding white tapers. The back
1. Ray "CraNh" Corrigan I $2.00 Per Couple Minimum Chnrjre In Private Rail Rixtnij( ( and ushers were Cecil Copeland!! ground for this beautiful arrange- lona Tomatoes, No. 2 can 2 for 27c

John "OuMI)'" King After Ii p. M. Daily nnd Lloyd K Miller. ment was the mantel with a cen I

lOtlll SPECIALTY; ; : Old Fashioned Pit llar.R-Q) The matron of honor wore tral floral I piece Candlelight casta I Ann PagePeanut
Frl. Sat. July %2. 23 Cooked Over Oak & Hickory Wood Pork Ribs! ., blue and white organdy with soft glow over the setting.A I Butter, 1 lb. jar 35c Jumbo 36s: Each

UOrilLK FEATURE Reef Pork Ham Take Some Home \ white arcefMorli'n' She curried a program of nuptial music
Fighting Ranger bouquet of pink carnations.The was rendered by Mrs. Alvin Wynn I White House Milk 34c Cantaloupes 15c
[CHICKEN IN' THE.; I1ASKKT SIZZLING: STEAKS J of Lake Butler, pianist. Rev. L
bride selected a pink linen I 3 Tall or 6 Small
With Johnny MiU-h Brown SIIItlIMP FRIED GOLDEN BROWN A, Shepherd sang "Because" and
Amt. RED SNAI'I'ERSTEAK Broiled With'Lemon & and batiste suit dress featuringmatching "The Lord's Prayer". "The Bridal I Loose or Bugs JOIb .
embroidered, '' insertion In: I DEXO, 3 lb. can 79c
Forty Thousand Butter Sauce I the bodice and pvpliim. Her accessories Song" from Lohengrin was usedas Potatoes Reg-White 39c

PRIVATE; PARTIES OUR SPECIALTY I were white, and she carried the processional II

HorsemenWith Open Sundays 11 A. M. Till 9:00 I'. M. I a round bouquet of .white The bride WAS given In marriageby Large CubanAvacados :2 for

SKKIAL: Grant si CARTOON Taylor I Try Our Food No Veer On SundaysCARPENTER'S I II{carnations Tho and baby breath. maid her of honor father Mica and Dorothy had as Ash-her Luncheon 13:7:: 1 29c

I|I mother of the bride, Mrs I mead of Jacksonville. Ralph E
I J. H. H.iHlUiiH chose Navy blue Iceberg 60sLettuce
I Warren of Jacksonville served as / !
..I I sheer with navy aeresnorles Her
best man for Mr. Nelson and W
corsage was yellow rosebuds. L. Johnson of the some-----city I I 2 hds. 19c

Mrs John Hall mother of the. lighted the candles Sliced Assorted ,

groom selected an Ire blue crepe, Miss Ashmead was gowned in
with white accessories and a corsage s, aqua silk with white accessories COLD CUTS. Utah DingCherries Ib.29c.

SUMMER LUXURY AT EVERY DAY PRICES of white carnations. and her corsage was of white 1 II / ,
I Following/ the ceremony, a reception carnations.The 49e '
was held In the home of bride was attired in a a a Loose in
or CartonsTomatoes
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Monte deOca. white gabardine suite complimented .
I I Arrangements of gladioli were with navy accessories. Her'corslle
\\K NOW HAVE A 2 lbs.9cPeaches!
FREE n* used to docoratn the living room : was a purple orchid. : ,
COMPETE: LINK: OFYARDLEY'S and sun porch. The brlde'a tabln! j Mrs. Brannen, mother of the "
.;;/."w- .
was overlaid with a laco cloth bride selected a navy crepe dress I ,11
"TRY-IT" SIZE I centered by the three-tired wedding -(I and her corsage was a spray of '. :'" ,

I BATH SALTSFace f-JUWCM-S. } / cake, Lighted tapers In crystal -| white carnations Mrs. Nelson II ,,/ '
i I cnndcliihin were placed at each I I mother of the groom wore pink

I'owder 1.00 \\ITH IJEODOKANTTWINSSZ.5O ''I"nd of the table I printed silk with white aCCPR"orI I Picnics 5.716. avg. 40c lb.

., Mrs Opal) Love rut the bridal Ilea and a pink carnation corsage; ,, I
Cream Shampoo 1.00 COTVSDusting I Cake Mrs Jack de Ora presided Following the ceremony Mr. "Super-Right" Heavy Western ,
nt the pun<'h bowl and assisting and Mrs Brnnnen entertained with

Bond Street Powder In serving avertMrs.. LloYd E. a. reception for the assembled Round Steak 69c lb.
Toilet Water 1.63: I Miller Mrs Eugene: Allvlns, Mind 'I guests The bride's table In the
$1.50L'Almant Dell Drawdy and Helen Monte de dining room was covered with Western
"Super Right" Heavy
Lotus:, Cologne 1.511Ien's ) I Ora. I a lace cloth and centered with a

:\ Talc .00) ) L'Orijan I During. the evening Rgt. and three-tiered with a miniature wedding cake bride topped and Chuck Roast . 45c lb.
Mr Hall left for a wedding trip
Shading: Howl .10 Paris Emerunde to Daytona lieaoh and other pointsof groom. Twin placements of silver
I interest candle holders and compotes of Breakfast Bacon, lb. 40c
mints and nuts balanced the cen

ti Mrs. Hall was graduated' from terpiece. Serving the cake were Skinless Franks, pkg. 53c
Bradford 1 High School and Is
employed Mm. J, G. Godwin Mrs. J. A.
by the L. B. Price Mercantile Bouvler, Mrs L. F. Chapman and "Super Western
Right" End-Cut
\ Co. in Orlando. Miss Agnes Nelson, sister of the 2 Ibs. 29c

Among the out-nf-town guests groom Presiding at the punch Pork Loin Roast .
VALUE were Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hasktns bowls were' Miss Ruth Beasley of 49c Ib.Hcsl .
1 f Charles! Hllsk In... and Mr. RobertC. Lake Butler, cousin of the
j For $I.5OI1KLKN Jackson of Keystone' Heights Miss Helen Whitfleld, Mrs. Nutley Oleo. lb. 19c

I Mis. James !\Webber and Mrs.. Sponner: Pahokee, aunt brld"'j
ENJOYMENT: Tide Large 27c
.VRl'BENSTKIVS u .. Iced -
Tea. for Sle!:

::1 : I I Fab, Large 27c
t U MEA DE. Deodorant Cream Don't Bury Your Dead Animals Tit M4NV WHO Mlfll Atf TICS


Deodorant Colongne FREE PROMPT, SANITARY REMOVAL SAVE UP TO 15' Ivory Soap, Ig. bar 14c

DELUXE 15c i ON A POUND,",,!) lona
oni PItESCRII'TION: OF ON..tOlOUSES, MULES OR CATTLE '.--t'-3-"A-- 4fi oz. can

Fresh Fruit Limeade Served With Lime Sherbet DEI'AKTMKNT: : : : Tomato Juice 23c
offerthe ..rnlrt>. nt three CALL OlUt.PHONK; OPERATOR AT OUR EXPENSE::' Nectar Tea, Ib. 9Sc

Fruit Slice and Cherry. U m m m m Deli' registered pham"w'I to ghe PHONE ; 189 Ann Page$ SaladDressing

boo feat efficient service and STARKE, ?- Our Own Tea, Ib. 91 c qt. 40cPAGE
cious On Hot Days. If You H.ue Call Our Jax Office Day.
quality drugs In your prr..'rli. : Difficulty TEA
lion nei-ds. ur
Night or Holidays

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\DFORD COt/NTY TRUBGRArn. ST.XUKE. FLORIDA
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Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mrs Lex Green returned Friday Mr and :Mrs. J K. Douglas I Mrs. Thelma Thomas

have moved to their place on I morning from a two and a visited Mrs Douglas' patents Mr. I Sunday In Bushnell as the guestof spent GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe job of helping out also.

I Kingsley Lake for the summer half week's stay lit Baltimore HIU! Mrs N. S. Parrlnh of Brook- John Fleming. The girls are planning to have

Jd flJn Mr. and Mrs L. L. Libby and [Md where her small son Michael .j er Sunday I j I Mr and Mrs J A. Gilbert 01 dance was Saturday enjoyed.night by around square a baseball /game Monday night.
family underwent a tontiltactomy at the Mr and !Mrs E..
J.
returned home last Doweling The
week [ Georgetown, Ky. will arrive tho forty girls and boys Games and parents are our opponents'")
from a visit with Mr Ubby'smother John Hopkins Hospital I Jr.. had a their guests last eek- first of next week to visit Mr. dances this time. I hear
I of the
square .were enjoyed by some
L NE In Freeport, Maine Mrs. Green drove back accompanied end at their cottage on Klngsley i and Mrs .Herbert Hitch.Mr all You should have been
INT"E.! : there dads are
M\ >. anal Mrs\ V. V. Hazen went by her son, "Buzzy1 (fLex, Lake, Mr and Mm J 1 Ogden of I and Mrs A. P Sauls had to are Mr Slade calling the playing.
to Wildwood Jr.) and her sister Mrs. H L.Spear Pompano and Mr and Mrs Jack Talk was bring made about
Saturday for their j as their l'uPlltaVedlle: dny Mrs dances. H.. really knows what he
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Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V. daughter of Pahokee. In WashingtonD. Sullivan ail little daughter. Dianne a camping trip on Little Santa
Knight O. L. Marsha
la .
Beasley went to the hospital Kay C., visited i Mvrtls Hawthorne and her granddaughter doing Mrs Burns did a grand '
had as their guest last week Mrs. Sunday with a virus Infection Miss Virginia Knitrnm leave. they Mrs. Green'abrother of Jacksonville Alethla. and Mrs Rlgd'inI 'Fe Lake in round two weeks.It's ..
and sister-in-law
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Prlscllla Bartow of Washington, He Is showing Improvement today for a two week vactalon In Charles J Harris Mr. andMrs SMART: Sti.B S1IOITR.null going on at the I all of Lake City mid Mrs. Mabel to be for three days. this time.,

D C. Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Bare and it Is hoped that within a Montgomery Ala She expect to Cox of AlachunMr Tommy !Haines Sonnie Tenley Scribes. : Lucille McRae and
the first' of this Mr. and Mrs Bill Powell of Air and| Mrs, Ewell Lawson
tow spent week few visit
days he will be well on the other points of Interest aluo.W and Mrs Jimmy Simmon Bud Lawsnn. Charles. Jenkins and Mary Sue Epperson
In St. Augustine and Jacksonville. to Kingsley Lake and Mr. and Mrs and family leave! Sunday for
way recovery.I S. Gibson aon-ln-law of I iKUlgeland with their daughter, Barbara and Buddy Lawson are five Starke
Miss Dottle Sue Biggs spent { Ernest Phillips returned last Tuesday to attend a reunion 01
the weekend In Jacksonville visit. 'I Mr. and Mra. Robert Green Mr and Mrs T. N. Kendrick, is I after a two week' trip to Mrs. Law son's family.M ( son John, are spending two weeks boys who" are attending the R A
and family spent the weekendIn expected to arrive this |Iin Tennessee with their parents :Make old stamp pads work Kknew ..
ing her cousin.. Mrs. Harry Leigh. from weekend Mexico. En route they spent sometime : and Mrs Eustis McKnlght Camp at Camp O'Leno near High
Miss: Patsy! Clegg of Tallahassee Fernandina visIting lIra.Green's a few Goldsbnro N. C. to spend I seeing the French Quarter spent the weekend In Columbus, Rev and Mrs. J. II. Hill had Springs! this week! Rev. t. D. with our rubber stamp |pad

returned with Sue to visit In brother-in-law and sister days here. Mr and Mrs\ In New ,Orleans. While In Mexico S. C. visiting Mrs McKmght'k as their guest for several days Haines is teaching two of the Ink. Four colors. 33o per Jar. Brad-
Mr. Kendrick'
and Mrs. A, C. Manassn. will return with last week Mrs Hill's .sister Miss
Starke this week. Miss Clegg is Goldaboro him to they divided their time betweenthe mother who Is seriously 111. I classes at the camp.Sittttrday ffinl County Telegraph.
Mr. and Mrs. where they will Louise Morton, of Tampa
Merrill Futch and stay cities of
also Miss Bigg's cousin. Monterey and SitU-
for Lt. Col. and Mrs. John P. Cour-
Friend of Mrs. A. C. Durden children Charley and Martha, of a month. tllla. The Alamo at San. Antonio S\LK\ Mill !going on at the
soy and children John and Martha
will be glad to know that she la i Tallahassee arrived Sunday to visit Jimmy Lvsltt of Jacksonville. Tex. was another spot of interest of Atlanta of I I.\ICT SIIOITr:.
are guests
their parents Mr. and Mrs. C. took over an of that Friends here will regret to learn
showing Improvement after a recent manager the A they visited. Mr and Mrs L H. Mill at Law- THEATRE
& P that Mrs. Paul I
Citnova
operation In Shadycrest Hos A. Flitch at their home on Klngi- Store Monday morning. Mr. Mr. and Mrs W J. Epperson. tey. and family
pital. ley Lake. Murphrey, the former manager I' Jr and children and Mrs. Mar- I plan to move to Gainesville\ noontime STARKE
;has Visitors to Jacksonville Deach In tho middle
gone to Fernandina of AugustI
MIOK !SALE again Friday & Mr and Mra. JeHse Newsome. the manager there Mr. to relieve I Ian Carney and daughter\ Gladys Sundny were Mr and Mrs Nate ;I I I Paul will enter the University' 01

Sitiirdav.: Buy one pair at regular accompanied by their sinter-in- Murphrev I i spent Sunday, in St. Augustine Dyal and son, and !Florida< theie. '
law will now have the position Tommy David July IIIuOl.nl.l. TIK-H. \\il.l. July I 10!) 211
Mrs. Sarah McCall as tho land I ,
|price itml get another pair for visitedIn regular relief Marlneland and the Misxos lIIadc'lIne Bcasley '1 Mrs. K.: J. fiUlhvoith. Mrs L J : .: .'l'T1'UI'nl : :
manager for this 0)QI'Itl.E:
only *l. Cannon)}, at the SMART Jasper Sunday area I'i SIIOK SU.K again Friday & Judy Casey and Lavonne Duncan.Dvlbfit D Haines'. mother returned tcher nr.\'rno:

V1IOPPK. Mr. and 1'oIrft. Robert W. Metz. Mrs J B Saturday\ Buy one pair at regular Casey received his discharge I home In ni'''ncn. Ga. lns I I I t_ __0.w a- -

:Mrs D. E. Knight and son, Paul ger returned Friday. July 8, aftera to the hospital Alexander was taken I price. and ,got another pair for from thn Naval hospital !'Thursday. after a three week visIt .

spent last week at Cleanvnter five week's trip to the north- Karl II very 111 Sunday only $L hash Hilly, at the SMAKT: In Jacks, nvllle Monday after bee ; with her daughter;

Beach and other points of interest ,'eastern states Among the points spent the Johnson of Metter, Ga MIOITK. ., ing hospitalized since December :1 Mr and MM Marvin Tensor' d T

on the Florida West Coast. visited were: Bridgeport, Conn. ''I who are weekend with his family Mr and Mrs. H Wymnn of 27th of last. year following an leave July '21 I for n vacation! trip p 11,11

Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Landrumand where the Metzgers visited their of July Ht the spending Week's the month ,Lnckhart and Mr Silvers of Miami accident In which, he suffered a to Mississippi. They will return po Jr

children have moved to their brotner-ln-law for a week; New on Kingsley Lake. cottage were &uesi: of Mr and Mrs. badly broken aim.Mr August 7MARCIA. MEM'S

Kingsley Lake home for the summer York City, where Mr Metzger H L Hough o'n ,.July 4. and Mrs Billy Doullng, had'
Mr.
attended the International and Mrs K. u Belcher
Rotary daughter of and I Mr and Mrs L. A. Davis spent as guests last week Mm. Dow 11 TlicSunt
Convention! for a week Richmond Va. ; ;,
Mr and Mrs. Fred Sikes and ; Holyhoke visiting Mrs are Saturday, and Sunday at Lake ling's parents Mr: and Mrs, Hoy JUNIOR ,,, ,
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Mass Belcher's
; Union. N. J.; and Ix-hifth- sister, Mrs "
of Clewiston Grandln. Matthews her brother. Eddie and '
family spent Saturday ton. Pa., where they spent the F. L Durshimer and family this BY 1 ,t(' ComcsUp
his. LADY FAIR .t 1
friend. Miller, all
afternoon with Mr and Mrs. remainder of the time with Mr.Metzger's week. I Miss Janette Priest and George Ray of Pula tu I '

Titus Olaon. They left Sunday brother. n._ __.J .,. __ T. Jones returned Sunday night Ik aI BEAUTY SHOP t waning
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ana .111'1.' : B. ,
morning for northern points and tended Herlong at from visiting George's relatives I Miss Linda Johns is MllIn"!
Miss Ann Johns last a Jesters'
Canada. spent Party Sunday: MI.HH.
in Dunedin. Gall Duke in Ualiiesvillt
Mrs. Ada Alexander has as her week at Jacksonville Beach visiting afternoon at the Klngsley Lake this week. j .\ c.. I I II
her aunt, Mrs. H. A home of Mrs Glenn Mr. and Mrs Jiinlua Smith and :
this week Durden Searing. Six,
guests her mother Mrs. past Potentates family have moved to the Rlstrimk Mr. and Mrs T. F Landrum' i ; I I I It
M L. Maynard of Ahichim. her and family and their wives I IIo'ut"h had (1f.J'1: /SMAN4.IA) k lb ref''
were present place on Klngsley Luke fort as their guest last weekendMm. jl tl
brother Mr. J. R. Jones and Mr. Mr and Mrs. L O Hazen had About fifty men I i ( )
bers he Landrunis mother Mrs. J :
summer .
attr nd.-d ;
Earl Summeral of High Springs. ns weekend p: ieatx their other, all of them being F J ?\ ;tOD1'BeS
from the Morocco Mlxs A nice Green Kogcis 1 of Jacksonville :
who attendIng
Harley F. Strong attended the and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Temple in Jack Is r- ,
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Florida State Watchmaker's Association Afhurst of Cm'oa, and their son- sonville. The party was patterned summer school at the University Mrs. %V. II. hart and daughter. 1'\( j 1" .. BG DEAL _
after an old-fashioned basket of Florida In Galnesv'ille tipen. Kay and Mr and Mr*. JohnChrlRtlllnll..n
at the George Washington in-law and daughter Mr. and pic. \n !
nlc. the weekend with her parents, have retuincd home I "DYNAMITE"iiirillil
Hotel Don Urtl.ver..lty
In Jacksonville Mondayand Mrs Patray from the : f fl
N iii
Mr. and Mrs. after a weeks visit lit Ned, rwy .
Mr. and Mrs Floyd Green. ui- < it \\rllenIAIIsr
Tuesday. He reports much of Florida.: A D. Crosby w4U.&Iez wI..u IIsuss mauu :
progress' In the association. Ap- Mr and Mrs r,. G. Powell have purchased a lot on Lafay Mr. and Mrs Edgar Wilkinson leans with Mrs. Chriatunsen't, II .: =NKUSlimn. :
daughters Mis L. J. I and ,\ ('.> Keating iiM 1 TOP
ette Street have returned ,
and from week'
proximately 150 members attended. leave thin weekend to spend a plan to start buildIng a *
two week's vacation at Bailey's a home soon i i vacation at Brooklyn Lake at Mrs. John Jcnks Mule tll".,. they TillS" and serial N... :'I "Hat- '
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iTl. -' Jul :XI > :Si:
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Miss the Okatee the I I' Keystone Heights also went sight seeing In Baton I] ) limn and ItoMii"
) Dorothy Crosby of Pompano Cottages,! on on Mr. and Mrs P. M Barefootwere 1 Rouge La. lHtIII) \ K: I'E.TI'REiiifi
Beach was the guest of Mr. coast of Smith Carolina. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tillie Mr and Mrs III. C Well spout .. -
and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr.: last !'\\Tlt.-\\\' 1IATS ONE= -TlUBD Darby in Lake City Friday. Sunday at Jacksonville Beach visiting Miss Mary Lirownlce who, has I ales JtHHOH fL. f.,1 1F

week. OFF AT ..M.VA11ES1OKK.. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and relatives. been visiting her parent, Mr I Nun Moit. July 17 IX 1 ; (

family' anent Sunday. In ..Taflronn.vllle I Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles have, and Mrs. H. L. Brownies left for an .. P._,tr frr\, Inc, H I "ONE SUNDAY mm3j&' .I

,'visiting Mr. ;nd-- Mrs. Rex as their this week Mrs. J. Baltimore Mil accompanied by I
guest
...something abaft a debutante. ,. ; \
Miss Joyce who :
Yes The Tourists And Transients Like I Mlxon Mrs.. Grace t.a'lnghouzeVelch Columbus Y. Miles.,, Mrs Ga. Miles' mother of 'I, the weekend Humpluey here with spent MixsIJiownliK It's ill part of tier 'coming out'." AFTERNOON" ffiPTF-*{


Our Food. and son,, Dewey accompanied bv I Mrs. Edward, Burns of ('ur, .1 I IN 'IINUOI.OIt; tin IHIUA KNIGHT! //l\\M|)\\ :M"Law

1 Hut we still have, time to rater I Mr. and Mrs. C. F.. Stuard, all penter's Drug Store Is enjoyingher Mrs. Christine Sinks, Mrs Peggy LADY FAIR TEAUTY SHOP ""'"nl... Morgan. /: h.rutby. :Mali And _

I/ Iof Mobile. Ala. are expected to second week of vacationing. Tllley' Smaller' niece who hits COMPLETE. aeAUT StRVia- >m> Don l i'fore JailsI'niga

to the home folks V\e appreciate !I arrive Sunday for a visit with Mrs Harley 1 F. Strong Jr and l I been employed. here for the past !IV IItNIOR: 0I'iCA.1. Of

? }I jl--- ;. jour business. and always : Mr*. Welch's' Mister l Mrs. E. J. little daughter, Helen, will are. six months returned to Nuithvilif \ .T AT MlI."OAD.JfIt'I" Also ('"rlll". "II UK: "CH') Barbary Coast"

1 Flynn and family. rive Saturday to upend a week or ,, icon Tuesday night !)'" NTMN1. .....ONI.e: (jC'rS' : \ (',\S'I'I.i'o.; News \\''hit' A. Knight

1 i! ( try to please our friends at home. Mrs. L A. Davis spent Tuesday no' with her parents, Mr find :Mr and Mrs A. L Tanner of .

and Wednesday In Jacksonville Mrs Harley F. Strong Sr. Tampa, en route to Augusta Ga

attending a State Park Board Mr and Mrs W. H. Colette of and Mr and Mrs Wiley Tlllls of *$&

Still Serving Our Famous( Business!i1. :Men's meeting. Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon I'ahiikie, were, Tuesday ri Rhl )

LUNCH 50c I. Paul Knight left Monday aftera with Mr and Mrs R. I-'. gueata. of Mr und Mrs J. F Jau- rJ1
ten day's visit with his patents Miles. don

GUIDON GRILL I Mr and Mrs D. F Knight Ito Friends will he glad to know Mr and Mrs. L, F Smith! Jr

will resume his work with the that Mrs. Burke Ellington returned spent (sat weekend In AmerlcuM,

National Broadcasting Company to her home near Starke: CJa on bllllll1l..... Leonard left Ves'
GKO. KOPKLOL'aOS: \
In New York Monday from Shadycrest Hospital terdny for Wayrross Oil where'he 'I
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson. where she has been for the past will attend the Ranger's. Srlioul I

Phone 52-J spent Thursday In Gainesville. five weeks. On August '8" hu will report lot, i I ILumpkln. I I Go GREYHOUND

8 .DEF 5E' ViCE nt laie On for peimanont employment i ,
[ .8t.r.? -
: : ITO.K Mrs. Hartmann with the Georgia. For I

rCt'ery ext CommlKHlon 'I''' and SAVOREYIIOUNO
THISVEEK'S\ NEWS Mrs. Peggy Tllley Shaper had :

ai guests Tuesday Mrs Doris i

Uranch of' Andre and Clifford and RobertSinks I I i'7 it + sr L I C t'

n AT KOCH'STONI'S of NflHhvlllo, Tone urlng. / .
INSURANCEH. their visit Mrs. Shaper entertained | -

them In Jacksonville Uiipn. 11I-:: _. ...

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e Mr and. Mrs W M Nollmnn Only ?i the Cost of Drlvlngl'
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spent last weekend
in Lake \S'nlea
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AGENCYPLEASE
C. WALL fl
!Miss Hazel Flo'dit of the Hind- -------I: \\'''.hliiKt. ('. 17.OH

ford 1 County Health Clinicunder, BUS STATIOtlTemple 'i'tutu-----' 371 (''h(illicit 20.61

PHONE 146 went a tonnlloc.tomy In Riverside. | Avenue-Starhe, I-'l.i. Tiilliili.ii., S.\'J! New York 20.21
NEW\ SPIN CURLERS
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Hospital Miss In JnckMonvlllc' Monday Phone 1 17-J Orlitnilo A..1X'M! : '\ Orltuni. IJ.3!
Fields Is
convalescing nt the
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ADVERTISED IN LIFE.. !borne of lends in JiKkmmvllleFriends i Hut' U.S. Tan ttg tilTHA, savings an found hip .......*.

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Mrs Carrie Edwards was. taken j ,.,. .. _._
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to the hospital here Wvdnemlny'motnlng .

ROYAL RUBYBEVERAGE as a result of n hnurtnttnck I !
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j.., ''I R SOLI:: t I.:.. ,il I 'lB.lio., phsnu. ".\l. 1'i.M' KN'H.*. l Lulu-la.wdrd. I Mr Sale! !
graph. iinrtalil.'K 1.!'li up >'has.. tow. tinmarkfHl..' with! paint on and Mm, W H Nollman
',' "Hhrpherrl KHillos Heal ''ovarM hlpnn only :;lili>ntlfl: i ntlon' Irutiirhtrioin I SETS left Wednesday to spend the remainder
itarl & Madmun, 81H tf MiIntiiHli and poHHlMv try-.
Inir to r'lurn111 reward flnd r > of the summer In Aah- I 1
F i.OHIIn: .I. nun l.lISli 4 II for return l"t> : Knlitht tf vllle and Highland, N. C. = 4-Piece Bedroom Suite Consisting of Nice Vanity t

:J-. .Iflln.. h nrllx 4 uninimInvtallrU I'Uit, "4..\1.1-: MniiHf i io soma nndhnth !Mm Hognn Smith spent from I
A rriMilrril' earns, lot 7 Mk from ,IMIM.t Monday until Wednesday In Jacksonville I Bed Chest Bench :
Phone 13, nr, AVrlt* to of ffi'''. U.lr.o. .a h or l..rmR. 19 pieces 1.98
.1. "\. Ill. IIMTTMacilvnny ; Write J'.ox 41 of phone H1-W. visiting her mother. Mrs ,
Kin 3411IYI'SELl. X Itp Weaver I| I Mattress! Pieces Reg. $150.00 Value f fI

I<'OKL : Ilk\ Ac.r..B, h.uH.1 I Mrs Mont Horswlll and her
.. YOUR TIMBER i'h'l' 'kn hoFor iiHf, )barn PrU.<* $1.Ufiolloiiin two children. of LaCrosse, WH 1 Coil 'r Zl t
Ufntfvprythlnjr: furniahcA'
nearly S. 11'995
NOW Apply1a (*..nt.r Hi are visiting her uncle anti stint tilow .
Highest Cash Prices Paid I Starke. Up; BAMBOOFISHING Mr. and Mrs H K: Tucker Mr. I IHormvlll t

HIt HAl..; Mtra, "'lorry plantii by will arrive at the end. l
WILL BUY IN BULK thi boil. -. ,1 l H. I'nx. Hi I I., Au.l17i.IJh'n of this month
left beyond' Fl Power and his f.imlly will Bath Mat Sets Card Tables i
OR IN UNIT third: hail. on rlKhtaftitr :; POLES return with him | Sampson i i.Many

turn Up Miss Lorraine Diillosc of Jm k.
Reg. $5.50 Value Design
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EDWIN W. PECKOr NARY SITTER( I: IJ-vnur-iilil Kirl, sonvllle npi-nt Sundty with her '! t

John W. Turner Notify will do !baliy' o. vlttlnv Hox HI i try Mtarkv or night., ur: mother Mrs C K Beam I' Cuing; ; At $3.50 $5.95
p O. Box 463 302 South ",. Itp 12 FOOTERS 25cASK Friend of Rill Blackburn driver !

Gainesville, Fla. for the Slnrlnlr
ROOM Fofl KKSI': Kiirnlfhi" Refining CHI I .
modern cnnvenlenfoM. 134 North ivlll regret to leA rn that} ho lost _
Send me a postcard;; and I I Cherry Ht. John ehrl.lian.cn UpKOIt ( KAY ABOUT THEM l) a finger when lie got It caught 1 SA VK $.'J().()f} l

will come see you. In a motor one day lust "e'k. i 2 Piece .Modern Del.uxe j
:4.\I.t: -- C"naoln radio Al 3
phonograph l Can .lie ...n at K. Tl. let Sgt and, Mrs J T> Rr d'!'
FILM* irrT R -:"OIt.l iioo r. MHtttllY Alvar.a A Sun Wari-houii' on JaxMchwny. "'nd daughter! Julia Carol!, arrived Living I
"T I MM P. >f. H\l' H "% 'j I I'hon "1)6. tfbolt
1)H IIEH'a: .ipr ""01'. tf In Seattle: U'ssh the first of
HM.W: 4-r...... ..140 cottaa1, MORE NEW\ PLASTIC the week from Japan, where they ROOM 1 SUITS i
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FOR REST: : m store Mil* near partly fitrnlHhril (tnn-f'mt front- lave
bun ma. A school im hlway. J '1'. ,irt on HHvnr Lab..' (IIt4 nill* been stationed for Home
Qillirlrv, Sltark. "'1". 4SSlt8UWAVVFK from stark Ho 41, HtarK, Fla !Ime They are expected here this SAI.K; PKICK:

rOI'NTY T.T\"F.4TnC'1 ItpHTIIAWIIKKHY ,, weekend. for a visit with Mrs
MARKET: Alifliim salI. rneh \VfilIwnrd ; I'l..\NT'" -' read ly KITCHEN GADGETS Smith's mother. Mrs Laura Tlson. $169.50
( & nperavd, Ph. 1/1.r.. 1.lv" Oak! Fla. lit Canon. Itp f J. Truby Is in Waynesvllle, !
N. C to spend, the remainder. of
POTATO VISES FOn f AtB. If .Kdt< ",\IN: '''-''r..* tam. rood h Reg. $199.50
vou want wotMl. f'uppwr Skin vortnUlco hnux with vlntrlrlty Fenced. SS the summer with his' brr>ther-In.
f"ntmo Vlnf crown from e.r.tlflod moire from *4tnrkff Smut d. 'n law and sister t
Mr. i
and Mr J.V Value
II .a thnunand. cut d..I1..r..d l ant. Rc" 5f. It.Jo.' d -15 Sip Watch Koch's \ Kllllan. '
IJSO a Ih.n". and nil cut Aug. 1 Miss Ginger Thomas and Jimmy MANY OTHER BARGAINS ..
thorn I II IB ra, right' hMldj Full MAI.K: yard 1 I'II l I') Spear TOO NUMEROUS TO
bor .... .. Thomas returned hom f.er .
hlihwny Pi mil n north Hulck t."" M dan whit aid Friday .
f>tnrk.. I.p 1'15 wall tlrr*. Mpotllicht., radio, nylon spending two weeks with their MENTION !
.
neat e. ": '". trely Lr.k.n In.j
10'114..\Lt:. Htrnwli'rry plant ir lhon 4A After < p:m: phone aunt. Miss Ann Beam. In Tampa.
the 8tat. bed Farr M mi'1 Kl...hway.n. 4 ml 4tp7PIAXTIf ""'on-t. UI4W._It I 7 Mr and Mrs K. M Duvls and I HV Marc COllpfJ/lS For The Appreciation Jack Pot

Kolt SALE -+ I'nrto Rico sweet potato Mrs. Jeannette Young returned /ratci/ifj Kip anil Sign Your Name
LETTKKINU "".1.. vines! 12 per' thuiifianrl. \ nu Tuesday from a vacation of
with your name. door plat) .n. nit them. -- J, H. Auxtln, |IAiwt-v.. trip .
a dv.rtl.ln' pl.l..: .tr _Slt-k'! Fla .. Ito several) weeks, Mrs. Young remained
Moul YOU
.. CAN DO 13ETTFII AT
..'... 4t T.t. 1.tisTslur Shell. r.mm.,1 a-l** 4*
In tan l bather < aiw. Flndr .pl"ap"i New York and Pennsylvania
putt MALI: Copp.r"km t>i Vin. rail 191-w' It while the Deviser went fora
.t.llT. .r..d an"wh.r.. In CoMntjr at on
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$1 per. lhouaand. V C, 1 tolrra l r .Si)TICK. F.ir Fri-.h Flan, *virydijr Koch tour Into Canada Denmark Furniture Co.
lit S. Boa9.: Htark; tp7-l II ....rot*uliilf, from the Bin;Vorthnd* TsivvrnV. Market. Drug Store Miss Pat Lambe leaves today

FUR "A I.': Nl...e Into Inrabd) went dress them th'*> war you Ilk*. lip II for a two weeks' vacation visit !

.Illlht-lt" limit.* walr. rnA. deal itpprovj-d for. "I..a.city .:K.iU HAL.K lift. outboard motorIt with Don M. Connelly. and Mrs. PHONE 151:; STARKE. FL.'.

hum.*. R..trlft"d. Carl. John- ,, ''\t nf Marine | lvwnMl, 4tl Mary A Connelly Wheeling, 1
W Uadlaon. Ph.' IIV Up W, Vs. .. ... . ,
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);! An: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 15. 1949
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I I bought It, along with a Bush and could be In the service of our Ing Christians" will be shown in York City, New York I

I Bog Harrow. Will get other equip- CLAY HILLBy country. Many of my former pupils the Church. Those who failed to You are required to appear on
Bradford Farm News ment an k Is needed. Know of are now in the armed forces see this great protrayal at the RISINGBy July 25 1849 In the above named

many Instances where fellows Liars Burgess Mohr Earl Mosley, and Jack Williamsare recent Daniels Revival, arees- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Mr*. Edward NormanMr .seek divorce. Bradford County
made the mistake of buying the ponca, Nebr. two others. Mr. and Mrs. pecially invited to attend.
Thia week ,;we are beginning a new feature In the TELEGRAPH: "whole works" and mister, that George Mosley have a baby boy. Misses Norma and Joan Swee- Telegraph next four shall weekly publish leeuee.this OrderIn

a section devoted entirely to news of Interest farmers. It is our aim really runs into money. Lorene Padgett write., "I do wish Martha and Mrs. A. L. Griffith Wltnei my hand and official
and outstand- \1 herein I rejoice In the new ney Home and Carolyn seal at Starke, Florida, thl.. June
to serve by publicizing helpful information, new IdeM Several neighbors stopped In you would come back .to school Durden left Saturday for Phila- and daughter were visiting friends tt 1049.OFFICIAL..
for this column and
*g achievmenta by our farmers. Why not tell others how you solveda a.t the demonstration, and were rainbow name In the cloud. see a and see us all some day." God delphia and Stroudsburg, Pa. They and relatives In Alabama the 4th ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
fellow farmers, and help yourself. bless her, how I would love to do A. Clerk or said Court
farming problem, and help your most Impressed by the "hydraulic will attend a week's camp at Pine- of July. By Haven Crosby, D. C.nuiiK .
In doing BO, you will strengthen the position of agriculture here In lift," which saves both time Our laughter is not so far removed that very thing. Card from Mrs. brook Bible Conference in the Ljtmiruin, Starke, Florida
Bradford County and build for the future. So send your Ideas to: and your back. But most Interested from tears, Lula Mae Mosley. They will setout Pocono Mountains. Herbert Norman and Marvin Atty. for Pit. 6-94 4C 7-15

Editor Bradford County Telegraph, Sforke. specie/tor/ wa our mule. He Nor is the pall of night so far strawberry plant if It rains. Miss Sylvia May Is Driggers were visiting in Pen- .. or. "
Farm upending
I[ think had the rain. I .wroteto
I fence with atypical they
stood at a nearby away ten days In Petersburg, Va. with rose, N. C.. last week.
mule-blank expression.! From sunrise and the radiance of : Mildred Sculley. Been sometime
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman
valuable dog. tell whether he was since I heard from my girl.
Crop and Couldn't
Rat. Ate Strawberry a day. and Mrs Richard D. May. and Joann Norman visited rela-
No, we're not kidding. Accord Cost of "Compound 42" !Is estimated sneering to himself "Another Job Our dreams at night are often HELPFUL HINTS! Iron your
I be $18 to $20 a pound.In haul that darned at least almost Mrs. T. E. Simmons R. O. Lives in Plart City last weekend. F100Rsdudli
ing to a reliable estimate dur- to for me to do, to fraught. with fears, spun rayon dry,
Simmons
ing the past year rodents consumed lethal mixtures, this would run thing out when Lt gets bogged With shadowed mist and grue- Any other rayon fabric I wash and little Linda Som- Marvin and J. E. Driggers of !
left
last
or destroyed feed and other about 7c a pound for feed and down", or wondering who his new some fantasy, and roll In a towel for a time then mons Thursday for a Lithia returned home Saturday a
visit with
materials equal in cash to the poison. It Is not available yet. owner would be. But we're not 1 1ASR7DT But morning star of hope with Iron. When Ironing;: a shirt, iron Va. relatives In Chase City, after spending four weeks with .

value of the last strawberry harvest getting rid of him yet. Electricity waking light the sleeves first then the yoke relatives in this section.
And the doggone devils put We've tried several different Is a fine tiling, too but some- Dispel these Images of shrouded and collar, then the back, next Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne hadas Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones

It to good use-to make more things on our farm and still have times an oil lamp comes in very light the front. Sprinkle clothes with over-night guests last Friday, and children have moved backto
rata visitors. Honorsare handy. And no, restore undimmed tran- luke warm water, it penetratesmore Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sullivan-and ALSO PAINTING
the unwelcome the Rising section from North
qullity. evenly than cold. Soon iron family of Jone boro, Ark. The AND REDECORATING
There's a new rodenticide (rat about even between an old- Sulllvans Carolina. We welcome them back.
had
to and me) "com fashioned rat trap and the cat. Read recently that twenty Du- them. apartments with- FOR ESTIMATE: WRITE
poison you
rainbow In the cloudto the
God set His Homes
,
pound 42"" reported by H. J.Spt'ncer. Trouble Is they are wary r-f the val County dairy farmers with a show Cold Drink for two. Here Is the ing seven years ago, dun II. P. McKELVEYP.O.
Camp
biologist with the U. S. and the dog killed tho I total of 1,707 cows organized an way I make a cold drink for Don Blandlng occupation.
trap now His covenant of everlasting grace; .B. Y and '.... Box 266
and Wildlife Service stationed much Interested artificial breeding association. The and me. In my pint measuringcup E. C. Morris recently In rirrvlt ( .t Bradford Coualy.
Fish we're
cat so very
.
at the University of Florida In anything new which will 1 I I association will obtain semen from We do not always see His promised I put the juice of two lemons returned from, a visit to Pom- Florldana iHKllHiill.Caa.erry.Mlrhx.l fmlntlff, v.. Rae STAHKK, FLA.
4\ the Southeastern Artificial Breeding bowSometimes and I in one-half pano. They were accompaniedhome OHKllnr ix-frmlttnt. C..ii. No.
help eliminate the pesky things. one orange. put New Work Old Work, And
the clouds obscure the Order of Publication and 'o
First reports are very prom- Bet we'd all make a bigger effortto Association, AshvlllB, N. C. rainbow cup sugar and fill almost to the by Mrs. Morris and daughter to Appear 7371.\\ ALL Work GUARANTEED!
,
space Sue, and Sandra TATF] OP FLORIDA
And that of Browned with water. Stir well. and Benny
Tests substantiated feed a top warm
ising. Field get rid of them If our group But God kef pa watch above the Saxon. Ran, Gaorllardl, whose reHldence,
laboratory findings that concen- bill Included: 100 Ibs. of corn- County dairymen also formed an cloud. In two tall glasses I put ice cubes address is 8 Cannon Street, New. '" .
He
trations of 46 grams In luO pound for rats. Artificial Breeding Association to to the top. Pour in the juices and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hodges
With love, decrees this veiled ob
of feed were sufficient for a near reduce breading costs and produce let stand a bit before drinking.A Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knabb of i

100% kill The new poison is an See S where a fellow at Blounts- rood calves for replacements or scurity. slice of orange or lemon in Macclenny, Mrs. Mattie Thompson -

anti-coagulant, including hemor- town raises rabbits and does all sale to farmers and 4-H boys. -Emma Beard Nunnelly. the glass with the Ice makes it and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins Build it with

rhage In rats after four or five right at it, too. By name W. J. Semen from proved bulls will be As I write this the thunder look pretty.It sonville and daughter; Marie, of Jack

feedings. It has the advantageof Freeman, he keeps a hutch of 60 used In breeding cows owned by Is rolling Dark clouds hide the Is raining gently. Nice and were Sunday guests of
Mr.
; and Mrs. H. B. .
being relatively harmless to Angora rabbits for fur production members.Put sun and a cool breeze drives in cool too I. had a card from ,my Wiggins.Mr.
larger animals; acts on a body shears them regularly and on the Hunporch :where I sit. Only neighbor ;who is visiting with her have been and Mrs. D. W. Johnson

weight basis and concentrationsput sells their fur for $0 a pound. Normally up an electric fence 1000 Wednesday we had a cloud-burst husband In Para I have such ellon. recent visitors to Dun-

out for rats would not be he gets a yield of one poundof feet ]long around the house pasture -:which sent a wall of water several nice string beans from my garden.I I Misses

strong enough to harm a dog or fur from each rabbit. By selective at a cost of about $32. It feet high rolling down the hill will have green apple pie for Florrie Grace Dickerson and

cat, or humans. breeding he has Increasedhis would have cost a lot more to upon our town. The atorm sewer dinner Sunday I want to bake Gnann, of Theressa, were

The new chemical was used on fur production 20% above the have put up a regular wire fence, could not nearly carry the load. one for our dentist and wife who I last dinner guests of the C. L. Mays

a poultry farm at Earlton, Flori- yield he obtained from his foundation and been, a lot more work. Main Our lawns were flooded, and most are no longer young or feel so i I I Friday.

da. Owner H. N. Hick. used two- stock. reason was to keep the stock of the basements. This left many well. I have a rooster in my pen. I I

thirds of an ounce of the com- where they belonged, and so far places a layer of mud. Our lawn He Is white. :My zinnias are just I I i,1 I l'r7 ; .
pound in 40 pounds of corn meal Had a tractor demonstrationat it Is working fine. Even a sow had corn stalks, corn cobs and beginning to bloom. The rain put : I I I l/ J 4IF III .p -t rrI '

,j and over a 10-duy period picked our place this week. No doubt who heretofore had been unmanageable rubbish from a barn high up the some of them down. What makes ,

\ up 116 dead rats) Prior to this, but that y>e equipment does a now stays where she be- slope. Our basement was not a Saint? I can never hope to be

another poison had been successful fine job question Is: will It pay? I longs. A couple of shocks from' flooded. Nearly all of those In our a perfect one but we can try.

but at the cost of a chicken We decided that it will, and the fence (and we've had ours, I end of town were. Our house faa i Being cheerful when It Is hard

--- too) anti stock stay away fromIt. little higher/ I always know be- to he cheerful, patient when It

-- -,- JitMrfbn. Used smooth aluminum wire, I hind every cloud is a rainbow. is difficult to be patient push "

which will not rust, and have That la God's promise us the above on when you feel like standingstill "

From where I sit... // Joe Marsh less danger of stock getting poem says. The new name for my agreeable when you feel like ,

scratched with resultant screw column that the good Editor hits being disagreeable.! In fact, doing! FARROWING HOUSEfor
toss ,worm infestation. Cost Is supposedto chosen has given me much Joy. the hard things, but the thingsto / '

f be about lOc a month. One It made me think of the saying, make others happy. The thunder / better pork production !

Windy Sure "StoppedThe fence controller (Will charge about "We are a part of all we have rolls In angry waves. It makesme pall "
13 miles of single wire fencing, met." I am still a part of my think of this poem: -Tl- .

Show" or half that if double wire la used. beloved Clay Hill and but an echo For convenience, efficiency and sanitation build your 'dog, home,
In
.. of what comes to me from the the night of storm and rain of CONCRETE BLOCKS. i It *,t\j\( >niHie dry, warm quarter and
With assistance from home Southland He could not have There Is much need of prayer, is easily kept free from parasites.There's a size to fit}UII'UCtI.:

The other night a bunch of us Windy feel so bad, that he's pay. demonstration and county agents, chosen a better and For all life In. nest and hole, Don off
name, thanks
PUt: for details We deliver.
Chant ......... complete
were over at Judge Cunningham's ing the bill and has apologized to 8,054 white families and 1,680 negro to my dear friend Mrs. Cox of Mouse, squirrel) birds and mole. I

retching s swell vaudeville pro- the Judge for acting so smart. farm families In Florida last Miami for sending\ in the name. 1 Frightened, cold-soaked hare. ... !

tram on his new television set. It From where I sit, it pays to year Improved, kitchens storage I will have her present going to In this night of storm and rain LuyiugAutomolJiLlnaur \ CONCRITf ILOCK iRlCKS. IAJtS

came In fine, but Just once the practice a little restraint whenever space, laundries. and other rooms her next week. Then I shall tell Bring them safely home again. FLOOR. DRAIN AND ROOF Tilt'

screen got a little streaky. you what I sent The contest was ace e
: the meddle.
we get urge to Got a kick out of reading in a such fun for Fend the young magnolia tree? READY.MIXED CONCRETE AND CIMINT
and I
me do
Before the Judge could touch Whether it's television or a per- seed catalog that: July Is the hope Shaken by the blow.
all
the knob to bring it Into focus ion's right to enjoy a temperate<< month when the Florida Farmer you enjoyed who it and "Thanksto Watch all roots and keep them Charley E. Johns MEETS ALL A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS
everyone sent In namesor
old Windy Taylor starts fooling glass of sparkling. beer now and Inell flanlng and forgets about the wrote such nice letters." You warm Agency
around with the antenna connection then-let's get a good clear "pic farm. Sure, he can go fishing.( But .have made In this night of cold and storm
"I can fix that(I" he says. ture" of the real situation before who the heck Is going to take me so happy. Comfort them I know. Phone IS STAKKK FLA. Aiuiis Building Supply Inc.
Tonight, a little after ten o'clock: ,
we cause more harm than good. care of Just a few of these things Fend the young magnolia tree
Windy Axed it all right lie .Don has to meet the train In
-weeding the strawberry nursery Guard its seed and mine and ME. 1636-1018 %V. Main St. South
the Sioux and ,
City
show" far the
topped UK, and I get body of
I plants mending gates and fences, There is much need of
Bait Ellis had to come over and doa getting that .an old lady. She Is one of the old prayer. I GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
t1MJLI } permanent pasture My little wrens have left the ,
120 repair job. I understand 80e residents of this town and wentto Representing THE TRAVELERS Hartford.
: started preparing some land forrI..ld Wisconsin to nest, the one on the house. The i P.O. Box 62 Phone 217-218
stay with her
peas !tending stock picking children mother bird was so distressedfor -
and there .
I tomatoes for canning, painting, passed away. fear they would be hurt. Nowit
I Copyright.1919 UniliJ Slates Bremen Foundation .The funeral will be In the morn-
and about 99 other jobs Answer; I rains. I hear father bird singing
Ing at the St.
the,farmer who didn't go fishing. (I I Church. I Joseph Catholic Life Is so wonderful and good. An
can
hardly wait to '
adventure NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU T-R-Y
meet the relatives. I have talked I Death will be the
Here's a message which makes greatest adventure of all. I send
I I with one niece
tense to us i and we think it will on the telephone. my love to each who. reads! this
Perhaps
.
tlEW some day they ran: say i
to you too. and God bless
of me. "She Is old you
an resident of all.LOVE.
IfS "It Is realized more and more LURAHAMPTON
.
R'ItS Ponca
too. This l la my fourth
'hat the wealth' and comfort of
&;..11- 'nrmors merchants, professional summer here. ETZERJ'SUPER

8el neople.. and other groups, the nvel- My company came the 4th. Don's

'are of schools' churches, and 'brother and wife. I got up at
ether organizations short, the four o'clock und had my washingon
llv ;\Jr... ;M. C. Sweeney '
l .veil-being of the entire communi- the line early. It was a hot STORESYOUR '
'tydepend on the proper use of day and we had two electric fans /

i utr natural resources-soils, waters going. I had fried chicken and Honoring. VisitorComplimenting. .

forests> minerals, wildlife black raspberry pie. I like to have their house-

ltJ' Westin house and! scenic attractions. company guest, Miss Peggy Sue White, of

"For generations we've burned ABOUT FLORIDA I Down In 'Alabama, the Misses Helen Jean
Miami Mrs. arul Doris Parker entertained a MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK
'>ff our grassy meadows John Crlng says it has
l cattlemen to get fresh grass for been, raining and hot. Hubby' small group of friends at their

ll<< 't llJ their cattle, hunters to chase out John has und been fishing. Brother : werk.home on After Wednesday\a round night of of last THESE & MANY MORE! GROCERY & MEAT SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPERS
(Jli wild! game for them to shoot, and Harry wife Ben visited them gamesI
smokers through carelessness and over the weekend., John's Mother I punch and cookies were served

''I lack of responsibility. With thefll'e had them over for a chicken dinner by' the young hostesses

i made possible by NEW, EXCLUSIVE, AUTOMATIC goes that organic matter Winton on Sunday. In Lawtey Mrs. I" The F. C.Youth Si-e For Film Christ consld
that produces soil humus---the Parrlnh had company
LARD 21b.
Reel Foot PURE 25c
I r. G0 0i life of the soil; a necessary Ingre- over-nite from Jacksonville. She It a pleasure and privilege Pkg. .
: ) I
Illio@.ill
] [ .
a\: pent for good crop or timber production had been attending the big Revival -

With the fire go bird In Starke, also at Highland ,! ) !

Gives you COLDER COLD to freeze foods faster and keep "j(K*, young pines and other too. These people all once lived [j the Salvation Army Camp Tabernacle Alaska Salmon Tall Can 35c
I Snotip .
at Clay Hill. I last Saturday evening. A
still
frozen foods safer-aasures steady safe cold for normal food- trees and soil bacteria. keep truck ; ,
keeptnz. You get HOLD-COLD CONTROL, plus new large "For generations many farmer of nil the dear pupils. !I large group of Hamptonltes at-

Super Freezer big Meat Keeper, two Giant Humtdrawera have misused and depleted their CLAHIM..) The pictures in I tended the Band Concert there on

other great features in the new Westlnghouse De Luxe 9. the soils same by crop repeated for harvest plantings on the of and the paper my boarding of my beloved place and school my Sunday musical afternoon treat, and The enjoyed Band was arare New Pack Michigan Pie Cherries, No. 2 can 25c

same land year after year; by church Just brought back such; under the direction of Professor
Westin house
t ?iuco 6a g..ilit.S pleasant memories. I was so hap- James Nellaon of. Oklahoma City

fly there teaching. Lorene Padgett University. Dinnerette Fancy Sugar Peas No. 303 15cSilver
Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Frank Williamsand can -
I.t CHILLS spent a week with her aunt Mat- I ,
t tie Carter at Lawtey. Cousin Sadie family of Dunnellon, spent I
I the weekend here.

666 SFEVERGUARANTEED to visit then three came days.home. Marklee with Lorene I The Rev. Fred S. Dodd. of the River Pineapple No. 2 19c
First Christian can -
dal tlMalaria is now home on leave JOhn"l I Church has an- ,
I Navy. Hulon Herndon Is also nounced that on Sunday evenIng -


ii! of boys.home democracy I fur think a I furlough.well taught and,the My stressed lesson\ dear! I July 17, the Plcture--"MIU New Pack Kent Field Peas, 2 No. 2 cans - 29c .


1 the need of being strong
so one
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... I failure to plant and plow under I I Hand Packed Tomatoes No. 2 9c
can -
i !egume cover crops, by permitting COLO NIALFLORIST - -
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their soils
; to wash and blow away;


jl\: I. A'A AtA erals.phosphate and by failure and to other replace needed calcium min White Rose Flour, 25 lb. bag 1.49


"Timber nun been cut wantonly


4. I \.I> =r the:ind Nature unwisely supply.has been,Refore.itiation more able rapidly to replace than has @ Amaizo Crystal or Golden Syrup, 3 -1 I % lb. bottles 25c


only scratched, the surface The

/ Ds lux. 9 3-DAY SERVICE result has been' not only shortageof All Brands Snuff 3

(1. to timber floods but and also droughts A contribution, with no FLOWERSFOR cans 25cSetzer's

289.95 :NICE' LINE OF forest canopy to hold back the ALL OCCASIONSDISH
( WATCHES & BANDS: I falling rains.

\ HOW 9 CU. FEET "But the old order Is changing. GARDENSPOTTERr Bread : lOc

7: !, r- SANDERSWATCH More and more people are real-
izing that
ownership of land is

, See- th... GREAT, NEW WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS-at LOCATED IN HOLLYWOOD REPAIR a stewardship the responsibility that carries for protectIng withit POTTED PLANTS Mother's Best (Grits; 5lb. pkg.! - 25c


.C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO. CAMERA: GIFT SHOP and It. Our maintaining heritage and has ImprovIng been a FLOWERS ANYWHERENona WIRED I


t {.. 150 E. Call St.1WNt Starke Fla. Call Street at Railroad grandchildren bounteous one.must Our children also and St Stark S-U-G-A-R Sib. DIM. -. 39cPAn

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FRIDAY JfLY' 15 1949
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA PAGE SE\-Y

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IRevival To BeginAt O. W. Berry last weekend.Mr. be the speaker at Long Bridge' lion called the automobile.:- Thee -

Hope ChurchA SUNNYBROOK and Mrs. O. W Barry were next Monday night Everyone I I-I competent cast sings and plays Realty TransferJ.

Webster at the farmers State, Invited to come.Musical its way through the trials and J. Padgett of Middleburff
Simultaneous My Wanda CnwbyMr. Market Tuesday and visited )fr. tribulations of struggling love
Evangelistic sold two acres of land three miles
,
and Mrs. H. B.
Wynn during the t Romanced set to music. Comedy Is in the'
Revival will be held at Hope north of Starke 301
un Hi-way
I
and Mrs. Carver McCord day.Mr. capable bands of Ben Blue and
Theresa
Church ,
starting Sunday. and ". Heads Week's Bill to Carl W. Schearer of Manatee.
Mrs.
July 31 and continuing for an, in- |lot Starke attended Church and O. t. Barry Rn the six-foot glamour girl Doro
Sun N Lr definite period. Preaching will be I were dinner guests of !Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughter,, At Florida Theatre thy Ford. I
I
by Rev. R. V. Hagarth. The song Mrs. },. L. Conner last Sunday. .lof Starke. visited Mr- and Mrs. Old time melodies are utilized
-- -- service will Shermon and Beverly Jo Crosby'I Coleman Deese of Branford Sun Romance, music drama and for
Methodist begin each evening at effectively a background effect
Closing Baptist ChurchThe Make old stamp pads work like
8 o'clock. j r were visiting :11'. and Mrs. Lacy' day.Mrs. laughs. accent the new technicolor
title Sun-
and the hit. "One
Doris new with our rubber stamp. pawl
Vacation School Johns at New River Saturday. Kelley and daughter musical One Sunday After
second In the afternoon" is heard several Ink. Four colon. 33c Bradford
message day Jar. -
Carolyn were In Gainesville noon", per
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and opening\ at the Florid
Sunday, 7:30 P. M. Jewish series of "July Sermons from Christian ChurchThe 'children of Miami were visiting Friday. Theatre Sunday. The Imposing' times. County Telegraph.
Judges" will be brought Lee Galney is visiting his brother I cast Is headed\ Dennis
relatives by
this weekend and were Morgan
There la fine attendance. at the First Baptist Starke by First Christian Church. J.
Edd Gainey of Plant City. Dorothy Malone Don
DeFore and
home
accompanied
keen interest at the Dally Vacation the Pastor thla Sunday morning B. Dixon. pastor 10:00: a.m., Bible by Kathrynand Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sowells are Janis Paige.
Robert Kelly: who will
Church School at the Methodist "Deborah the Substitute". The School C. W. Colson. Supt. 11 spend In North Carolina this
week.
choir a.m.. Morning Sermonby two weeks with them. I The appeal of this comedy romance
will be Worship
Church this week. Stories directed' by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker were
game, singing and handwork constitute Lucille' Green with Mrs. Mona the pastor. "The Inheritanceof Mr. and Mrs Alton Dobbs and In Hawthorne Monday afternoon recalls the days when the
a full two-hour period each Canova at the Mammon the Elect". 8:00: p.m.. Evening daughter Eloise of Starke were Mrs. E. J. Lewis Mrs. Guy; "bicycle built for two" was being '
morning: Under good leadership "No Satety-but"--wlll be the Worship Sermon Subject "the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harrell and daughter, and Iva pushed over to the side of the INJEGRIJX: :
each department is doing: excel- evangelistic message by Rev. Gospel Train"Vedn..sday Lem Brown Sunday. Mae Lewis were In Gainesville road by a new-fangled contrap-
lent work. The school will be car Haines at the Happy Hour of \ night. Prayer meetIng !Mr. and Mrs. William Crosby I Friday..afternoon. of conduct and dealing with better
ried on through the Sunday morn. Worship Sunday evening at 8: and training class. and children were visiting Mrs.
ing: Church School hour beginning o'clock. The request hymn and Alson In Lake Butler Thursday Ai thoughtfulness and economy in all
at '9:43.: The closing exerciseswill chorus period will be led by the Convention night. EXPERTtad
Singing
be given Sunday evening: at piano-organ-duo of Mrs. Morse \ Mrs. John Crews and Mrs. Opal NEW RIVER our serving: these mark the repu-

7:30.: Note the time and hour- and Mrs. Mann. A baptizing servo The Bradford County singing Townsend of Lake Butler were I /o
AM! LONG BRIDGEBy table quality of thin well known firm.
Sunday evening at 7:30.) ice will follow tha regular worship Convention will meet at Corinth visiting in our community. last
Mr: E. A. Sapp
The sermon subject for the 11 hour. I Baptist Church on Sunday. July, Wednesday
'
o'clock hour Sunday morning will Sunday School continues to hold 17..It .will_ be an all day meeting Miss Ordelia Hall\ of Jacksonville 'c9 DeWITT C. JONESPhone
be "Our Environment. L record__" 'L attendance. as._ the new I ana a DaaKet dinner-- win--- -oe serveu]i spent the weekend with Joyce The New River Baptist Church l
We extend a cordial ouuumjf is usea ror Classes eacn I at noon. Everybody Is cordially Invited Crosby. will have baptism services at the 7 Starke. Fla.
Invitation I Sunday morning. to attend and bring a bas Mrs. J. W. Thomas of Brooker, Moody Stephens Branch Next
to you to come and worship with I Training Unions gather for ket. and Mrs. Warren Amend of Miami Sunday. July 17 at 10 a.m.
us. \ + opening worship In church building were visiting relatives Sat. Everyone Is Invited. peps c Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
nl'I"t")\:! "
Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday the educational building at CIIIRC1I :NOTICE Mrs. Luclan Conner: and baby of Gainesville\ were visiting their) SERVICEd services not otherwise available.
Church Service 6:45.: : and Miss Frances Crosby were grandmother, Mrs. Belle JohnsSunday. ,
Evening Service 11 7:43 a.m. Sunday The Pastor winbe in charge Bro. Will Andrews :will be baptized visiting in Palatka Friday. ,. ,.
: p.m. Sun. of Mid-week service Wednesday I Sunday morning. July li. Mlssea Martha and !Mamie Henry Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crews sn Chas. C. We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and
at 10 o'clock In the Mill Branch of Starke children, .Jlnunl Betty and Catherine -;
evening at 7:30
: with were Misses
a period for visiting ShepherdAt
In Issued ANT
AN IT life Insurance policy force by
testimony and praise.A near the home of ,Guy Parrishon Frances and Glenda Crosby last of Miami, are visiting Mr.' accept
day.CARPENTER'S the Moody and company, as payment la part or in full on a fuseraL
Stephens Mrs. E.
cordial and friendly welcome property. week. A. Sapp this week. Gay's Service Station
awaits .all who worship at any Everyone Is Invited to come. Clyde Edmondson of Miami visited We are sorry to report that Consultation carries no obligation.
service'at the First Baptist Starke Bro. Andrews was born Jan. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby Smith Johns Is In St. Luke's Hospital
13 1873 and came Into our church Tuesday. In Jacksonville and has to

At The TabernacleThe July 3. 1949. )or. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby entertained -I have another operation. I
There will be regular servicesat the young folks with Tinker Johns of Lake Wales
Tabernacle services during the church at 11 o'clock.R. an Ice cream supper last Tuesday was visiting Mrs. Truba Hodges! !
the past week have been under A. Green, Jr., ClerkCIIl'RC.JI night. and Mrs. Belle Johns last Sun Get Nasty

the direction of the Assistant Rev' Wlnd.11'Itte.. Russell day.Dickie
Pastor, R. J. Gomes. Special music OF JF.Sl'S CHRISTOF Crosby, Earl Alvarez, Jimmy. La- Carrot of Jacksonville
I has been rendered by different LATTER DAY SAINTS von' and Charles Crosby. Charles has returned home after spend-

members of the group. Despite the The Church of Jesus Christ o' and Dan Newmans Thurman ing three weeks with his grandparents Wipe Those Bugs Off the Face of the
current warm weather. the attendance Later Day Saints will hold Sunday Crosby, Jack Salmon and little Mr. and Mrs Ira Mer-
at all\ services has been I Incouraging. and Bobby Crosby left Monday ritt.
school In the USO ,
buildingon
I e Temple Avenue every Sunday; morning on a 3-day company Folks of this community are Earth With That Marvelous New
The Group has been saddened at 10 a.m. A cordial Invitation trip at Cross Creek. happy to hear the A. P. Moores
by the death Sunday evening of Is extended to all.PENTECOSTAL. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and of Miami are back with us again. *
Dr. Harvey Farmer of Daytona Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly were They have their house traileralong Discovery
PRESCRIPTION Beach as the result of an automobile HOLINESS' : recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and are living at Long
accident. Dr. Farmer conducted Raymond Oliver of Jacksonville.Mr. Bridge Church.
PHARMACIST a series of meetings at therab..rnacle 10th St. and Temple Ave. Oliver Is seriously ill Rev' Brown of Providence will)
Just .two weeks ago Sunday School 9:45:: a. m.;; Morn- Charlea Tomlinson of Lake Butler JET KILL
Phone 64 STARKE and he and Mr Farmer endeared Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic spent the week with his grandparents
On-the-Minit Servict themselves: to all who met them. Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone ,. Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. I

Prayers are being earnestly offered welcome.CONGREGATIONAL The Bradford County Singing! WELDING
DAY & NIGHT for the recovery of Mrs. Convention will be held at Corinth L-
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: Household Will Not Stain
I Strictly a Spray
Farmer; who was seriously Injuredin Baptist Church Sunday. July .
METHODIST CHURCH
-.- 1 i the accident.'SAVED 17. Dinner ;will be served about Not Injurious to Humans Does Not Contain D.D.T.
Services every first and third 1:00 o'clock. Everyone welcome.LAWTEY I I -
Saturday night, Sunday morning ( In Handy Pint & Quart Sizes

/ and Sunday night. 11 a.m. and i
II SANCTIFIED, OR JUST 8 p.m. at Congregational Metho-
I dls Church on Brownlee Road.- BUY
WHITEWASHED?" I Iu Rev. Ernest Grlffls pastor. By Mary Julia Futrh We' offer the people of Starke I

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UJoAU THIS SERMON BY PASTOR BOB GRAY; I CATHOLIC CHCRCII and, vicinity one of the most I
We regretted to hear of the
SUNDAY NIGHT AT 8:00: !'. M. Sunday Mass 9:13: a.m. death of Marian Boatwright last modern and finest equipped I JET KILLAt

Sunday School 11 a.m. week.Mr.
11:00: A. :M. "BACK TO BETHEL" Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. and Mrs. Alva Cook of welding shops. anywhere.

10:00: A. 11. BIBLE SCHOOL 7:00: P. :M. B.T.U. JayBible Study Is every Wednesday Church Starke Sunday attended night.the Mr.Baptist Cook All Work Guaranteed the Following Stores: .

< at 7:43: will be the principal of our next
school term. SMITH'S GARAGEAND COOK'S:; C.IIOCKKY; : CANOVA WAl.faU'J.XAGEXCY:

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton CHfRCIl OF GOD Freddy Boyer of Tampa Is visiting DAKHY HKOTHEKS: KOCH'S HHUG; STOKE!::
Freddy Moore for a few MACHINE: SHOP SISTIUJNK'S .FEED.; & SEED STOKE(
Rev. L. Williams, Pastor
Come Visit The Singing Church 8th & St. Clair Sta. days.Terry Futch returned Wednesday Temple .\,.... Siarke. Hot tied in Florida l by> Florida People fur Florida (Hug*.

Sunday School 10 a m. from Quincy where he had .. .
I. ::. !Sunday' Morning Worship! 11 a.m. been the guest of Mr. and Mrs
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. A. Z. Futch for a few days. -
Y. P. E Sesvice Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Davis and
Itev. Lewis I>. Haines, Pantor who
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.ST. family have been at Lawtey
.. for a few weeks, have moved t<
"la The Heart of Town And In The II.artsot :MARK'S EPISCOPAL Frostproof.Mrs. Preferred by more users
T. J. Terry. Mrs. Florrie
The People" Itev. B. E. Simmons, R. II., Vicar Durham, and Miss Elizabeth Terry *
r Sunday July 17th: were shopping In Jacksonville. than the next two makes combined !

A Southern Baptist Church For All People 8 a.m. Holy Communion. Tuesday.

9:45: a.m. Summer Session of the Mrs. R. M. Prevatt of Jackson- r CYrrY..
:Morning Worship-11:00, .} Happy Hour 8:00Sunday' : Church School. ville spent the weekend with Mr.
!" 11 a.m. Holy Communion and and Mrs. John Brown. hk
!School .9-4.T: Training Cnlon0,43Midweek :
sermon by the Vicar. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wainwright
!Sen" Ire Wednesday. 8:00: f. M. y
The church Is open daily for of Gainesville were visiting rela a
r, ._ __ ,. prayer and meditation. I tives In Lawtey Sunday. 3.1y
JULY :MESSAGES FROM JEWISH J111).M'bMorning :; Rev. O. V. Lee and Benton -y

: "Deborah The Substitute" Futch attended the dedication of
the Hemmlngway mission near
Evening "No Safety But GRAHAMBy Conway Airport. Sunday afternoon -
___ _, .. a
r :\1""*. J..hnIt'KIDn''Y: and while there were giveran ,
"''!..It The ('hur'hlth The VIMtlng I'astor"CONWAY'S airplane ride. +
Andy Dinkins of Gainesville If Again NEW
Mr. and Mrs. Gene McKinney spending a few days with hi "l "' -' 6
PRICES !
Wauchula spent the weekend grandparents, Mr. and! Mrs. J c LOWER
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. !M. Browning. :
SERVICE STATION John McKinney. -
Happy birthday to Ruth Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes anddauhtt'r. Freddy Moore and Donald
\\roco: Gas & Oil_-- Electric Welding] /! Irene and Mrs. FA'lVardBrouhton Grlffls who celebrated their birth Ray

"'''''hlng Greasing Tire. Tubes. &: flatteries Are /! and daughter Chlsper day annlversarie last week e
Sold on BfDGKT: PUV. spent the Fourth In Daytona with I lift and Mrs. E. E Burnev of e, ,Z.M
HONE 117 FOR SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graves. Jacksonville were visiting Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Walter White H. R. Sapp Suhday. .
and children were guests of Mr.I I Mrs. Callay Walker had the \ ..
RIDE FLORIDA GREYHOUND BUSSES and Mrs. P. O. Starling/! Sunday misfortune to fall and break her Is
SPEED S.U'ETlt'UT ECONOMY Miss Catherine Starling spent leg. She Is a patient In Shady t .' ...w'a
the weekend In Gainesville with I crest Hospital.

LEARN TO FLY the easy u-ay. Pay as] Mr. and Mrs. Jack HInes.
John McKinney and son, J. D.
I you learn. Special charter trips and sightseeing -} were in Gainesville Monday on BROOKER

trips by appointment. Phone J/7.J business Mrs. Joe Call has been visitingher nv ha Mae LmtUMr a Yes it's true! Truck users are buying 'more -

parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cox, Chevrolet trucks than the next two makes -
In Hampton.Mr. *. l.cea8tt'U of LaCrosse
and Mrs. Frank McKinneyand visited Mrs. Cephus' Hturcll lam combined. What more convincing proofcould there be
E. B. McKinney were dinner weekend.
Cars & Trucks; guests of Mr. and Mrs. John MeXjnney Mr and Mrs. T W. Markey that Chevrolet Advance-Detign truck give more value I Comein
Sunday. visited Mrs. R. A. Jordan of Jack-
Joe Call returned home Satur I nonvlllo' Friday afternoon. and let us discuss your truck requirements.

day after spending a few day i Mrs R. K. Dukes of Dukes visited 'According to I.I''I officid, ,truck rtwilifton
ALL MAKES AND MODELS with relatives In Tampa. Mrs.. T. W. Markey Saturday.Mrs. reu'\ ...Januvy UvovoAptf, 1X1
A. F.. McKinney. Mrs. L.
Mr. and Mrs., John McKinneyand
O. Hazen. and Mr. and Mrs. P.
W C. Burton attended church ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS
M. Barefoot of Starke .
attended
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY, services. at Sampson last Tuelklaynight. church at New Hope Sunday Mr.

and Mrs. Colin Knight and children
SELL OR TRADE Rev. Johnny Chlldress of Starke of Jacksonville visited Rufus
delivered a wonderful sermon at Sunday.
the Christian Church here Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Curtis' Melvin

night. have moved to Plant City to d
DOWLINGandWAINWRIGHT There w 1(1 l be a sing at the make their home.
.
home of Mrs. F. T. Abernathy E. J. Lewis. visited Rev. D. D ;.
Sunday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Harvell of Plant City last week
Everybody Invited to attend.

We are lOrry to report that end.Ovid Lewis of Jacksonville was TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
Mrs. Ethel Dempsey has been a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
confined to Shadyerest Hospitalfor E. J. Lewis and family Wednesday
I'hone 179! 310 Temple Ave. Starke, Ha. the past ten days. She is .
steadily improving and Is expected Mrs. J Kr: Hardy and daughterof STARKE, FLA.
home soon. Starke visited Mr. and MM.
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of. \ ST\RKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 13. 19"9

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and add rani I It LaPaa, Bolivia itnderalitneil on or before. Thla July I 14th.<< !
Estimated I You urn r <|iilr..tl to appnnr. on her otherwise JoI."t.\, \ 3949P.. D ReddlKh ,
: I August 12th III 111, In tlie ubov will I I Ib.I'd over. "tO the :: ; AA Sheriff of Elrudfoid ": "lIn', .. ., I
( namoil Court and IMIMKH, wherein ComnilHHlonera, of jiald Florida 7-U 4t 8.5
i plaintiff I .seeks Olvoiitt. llradfotd. .. .. .
i County Tleirrai. hnll publish. thla S a a a S -- -- --
Level Ord..r In next four weekly. iMmiaiiltneMH .
\\ niv hand and official neal
:
:
::, I ; at Hlaik' *. KlorlOu, thin July 13th
I : I 1949
l l ( page 1)) (OFFICIAL II! '\.I A. J. Thomas, iSTORE-WIDE!
| ; I';;: I > A. Clark of ....Id.lIrt.. .
| ) \ : __________h______.._ 60000 By Haven CroBhy ?>. f\;
I l t thns. ,U lies., 2IH-B5' (1.iaruinly.IIf.
toe | ( ,, ____________ 5200 111....., Jark.onvlll.., Pin.
: ) ______...__h_______ 2500 Ally for IMf. T-15 41 8.5IIFP0IC.r

a l I I l .' Taxes ____________ 400000 OFODITlO4- OP..

: ': : ) ........._____ 4.00000 iii""V'.Ol"lJ'liK.. HrtllKH IM' '",AT n, IO."A'.1 STARKK] OP CASH SALEAll
t .
I( ) House ____________ 75000: .I..IJAT$IiWO. 0V ,)1'\1 Tilt Clovn JMI, HMD.. OFIll
l I .1I I ______..____________ l.BOOOO\ A....(.

) > I I ____________________ 1200.00 Cash banks halanom, Includlnir with ren other rvbalanceii .

I 1 I ( : ) ____________________ 2,50000 In process, and of Cash follattlon Item, 267,8111 Merchandise In Store

... : ____________________ 1.000.00 United fltatn OovernmentobllRHtliinn

I __...___.___________ 3,000.00 Kiiaianteed,, direct and 1,508.055.46 Marked

: _..?....._._..-___. 300.00 Obllicatlonn. of States and %
I I' political nundlvlHlnim 222,2)448 $ .
1: |< l ( ____?..________- 2,500.00 Lotirta and diHcountH (ln- Down

7 !? : : I ; _____ ....___________ 300.00 iludlnHt ((1101)77 0 ve rdraftn 932,414.25

2:1 I : I ............__-_____ 2500.00: Bank premlnea. owned. $?.-
I l 02ij.81. furniture and
I : : I | ________-___________ 1.50000 fixtures lI.o".4J! 16.10410 *
Itra :I : ; k I I ? t "' Other a..H,,'u u, gr,.noTOTAI
: .. I ____.....___________ 250.00
( .> I I :
*" l ) ( ) : ____________________ 300.00 ASSKT8!:! 2.404.lsa.7Mahlllcle ) .
,
I I | t '| ___.___________u___ 200.00 *
a : '. | I l I I 1 ____________________ 3600.00 Demand ,depovlta par tnemhlpii or Indl.vldiialu SALE BEGINS TODAY LASTS 10 DAYS

: I --_________--__.___ 4000.00 and poratlona, 1.180,88361 .
Time depoMlta of tndfvl- -
,
siu : ; : \ ______-___-_n______ 3200.00 duals, partnernhlpa. and RODS ;(.",\ "
/
( | / : ,: j I I I ____________________ 300.00 DepoHltM f>orn'.rutloni of I'nlted StateaOovernment 27,76r.J4 .::. .3(_:iJ_ Or: ,..
: J. .
(InoludlncpoHttil
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( $300.00))
I .. .
dlU savings) 18,44141
I & (No. 450): ) of 11M745000; UepoMltn of !''Itat...and po- REELS "' --
I 1 I lltlnal KulidlvlBlnnH 3I5.39U.1S ,\ -
Other depoHlta (certifiedand '
; officer' checka, 0 I'J
I ""'.1 17,00468 j
ttol ___________________$ 43227.00 TI : Ill) .\ -
IilR.m.ITtI1.IGD.70lti; LINE .
I } : : FUN I Other :$ 2.43 C ___ -tf;

________________1 1,20000 TOTAL MAP-IMTIRH Tackle Boxes
(not Including aubor
) ? / I I ..:_______.___n______ 1800.00 dlnated o b I II.I a tlona ,
fto :: ___.____.______.____ 5,500.00 I Shown below 3.n8.Ut.U BAIT
: Jointed Poles I
0Ii ____________________ 600.00 I Capital Aee.u.l.Capltal .
21.009 00
.._____.___.__u 1000.00 Surplus J59.00900( (
IfP : .....___.____.______ 2000.00 !rndlvliled (profits and retirement sti.i 11.89Reserves HOOKS Gas Cans .

..___.____.-___..___ 2.00000 account for preferred
capital) U. 8&.9R
aro I !*. ____________________ 1.460.00 !

I ) ____________________ 1.0CO.00 TOTAT!:! CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 237.478 GUNS SHELLS RIFLES

_____.-.'.__._________ 60000 I .
: TOTAL I IABILITIKSANI "' .....
I : > f'AJ'ITA.L AC-

I t( >) _______.___________$ 17160.00 +Thl(UNTH bank'i capital con.2.404,132.79
!
.1 ; ) : FUND I I aliita or'CO"1mon .
stock with total BICYCLESC
...__..__..___.____$ 3,300.00 i par value of 125,000.00
and Expenses ______ 1,70000 Meiowail. .

] .___..._n______ 300.00 Aaiieti to pledged....".ure or liabilities a"fllftned .- BICYCLE PARTS
cash. Other like to accumulate W.C.T.U. 4-H Club Camps (Girls\ .) 5000; and for other purpoHea 370,649,13
people prefer paying -------------- ----------------

their purchase and pay once a month. Still others TilE ROCK ISLAND. ILl. .4-H Club Camps ( Boys) ___.____uu____.______________ 5000 I, 8 JtJ.ek'b: Cmhler. of the BICYCLE TIRES .& TUBES
HAFKTY COUNCIL CHAMBER Incidentals ___________________u___________u__________ SOD. above :; ., do solemnly
prefer to use our Thrifty Budget Plan. Any way you COI I swear that the above atntement l I.
OK CmiMERCR.: PLACKD A true and that It fully and correctly

choose. we have the plan to fit your needs and CAR WITH TIlE FOLLOWINGAiniCR TOTAL ___________.___________.___________-__.$ 5,70000 I repreeenta"mattem the true herein state. containedand of tileseveral .
TOYS GAMES MODEL PLANESAND
any way you pay you can enjoy the same bargain IN HOTEL ROOMS! ROUT AND IlKIDGR MAINTENANCE:' Fl'NI aet forth to. the beat of my -
knowledge and belief.
price and specials offered to cash buyers. "TO DRINK AND DRIVE AND Road Tax One and Payable to Incorporated Corrert.A II...": S I* Peek. :Jr. MANY OTHER ITEMS

STILL SURVIVE. MY FRIEND. I Municipalities within the County ______________________$ :5,00000' :J n L.P Dart Murkham

TilE SAFER SCIIEMK. IS! POUR Salaries for Road Maintenance Crew __...._____.__...___ 13,01600 W. B Mewell.Director. .
FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY TilE AND WHISKEY DRINK TilE IN YOI'R CJASOLINK.TANK" I Repairs and Upkeep of Road Maintenance Equipment ..__ 3,50000 !State' of Florida.County .,. *. SAVE 10 Pet. On Shoe Repairs
,
of Bradford ,
an:
(COPIED FROM "QI10'fFAI'RIL Gasoline and Fuel OH for Road Machinery ______________ 3000.00 Sworn to and aubarrlbed beforeme
GUY ANDREWS STARKE. FLA. 1(I 1B49.) Purchase of New equipment: __.____?_._______________ 7000.00 thin 12tt) .1 l R y of at'' I 1 H4II',
and I hereby certify I am not
t I Insurance __ ___________.i-_..__________________n______ 1.50000Timber an officer. or director. of thte bank
and Other Materials for Bridges and Culverts ..... 12,00000 tKAI I I. !Mae Notary Tk. Mereereau IMIillc

Cost Right of Ways for Proposed Hard Roads ___u_____ 1,80000 I !Mv vonirnlHHlon expire Oitolier. lil. Biggs & Baker

ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP -CAMP BLANDING Incidentals uuuu___________u___ __ __ _..u_ 1,00000 1951. V I>mr'rl"F.__ --' It .

All tlnlnmnta I to fundrt turned
TOTAL ______:._______________________________$ 62.51600 over to the nnderHlwned' lie Biireettitr WEST CALL ST. STARKE FLA.
to A. O. Audreii an Sheriff lit 11..1.'or.1 -
I'OSTIt I'LA.NM.NO OR III'ILIMNO FEINt> County Florldit.... are reiillred| .
SEASONED LUMBERMANY to prenent their remionilve claims - -- -
Erection:, of a County Jail ----------------------------5 40635.00 with th.> tmrtlr-itlnrH. thereof tn )tb- .... '
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TOTAL ____________i___________.:_..______ ____$ 40.635.00
SIZES NOW BACK I M STOCK! ('UI'STY SKKlltK OFFICER ITMI p

Salaries _..---------------________________________-___$ 1.62000 ODDiO7S

2x4's-IO', 12', 14' $50 1000 Bd. Ft. Office Supplies & l Kxpcnxes --________________--__----___ SOOt')I 5, :

.2x6's10' 12',14' . $50 1000 Bd. Ft.. I
TOTAL --------------------------------------5 1.70000)

2x6 DECKING (T&G) . $50 1000 Bd. Ft. I I2x8' IIO-ilMfU. M'MHospilnl : IJ

12% 14', 18' $50 1000 Bd. Ft. I Expenses for Indigent1: u____________________S 3.810.-ID)


1x6, 1x8 SHEATHING $30 up 1000 Bd. Ft. I TOTAL _____________u-__________ h_ $ 3,819 tl"

1x3, 1x4 PINE FLOORING $25 up 1000 Bd. Ft. I It Is, therefore resolved (hat the Clerk of the Circuit Court b"
directed to have the foregoing estimates as made by the Bonn) of

ONLY. USABLE MATERIAL CHAnGED CLEANED: OF NAILS! County Commissioners publishedIn a newspaper In the County by one

Insertion, and a copy thereof properly certified forwarded to the 1

PICNIC IN YOURROOFING State Comptroller of the State of Florida.
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!90) II). Itoll
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ATTIC OWN YARD % II T i (' ,: !H Weli4r, H hnup reHlilvni .iiiul ",,1.1
N..iiu'" In livrHty, irlvtm. that the I drt>HH IHI u Chiiilottinrtli. : c'lIr"lIoll.1
FANS llonrd of I County I'omm" I I..I..r., of You are i iiiherl| to ntiutfiir" .
PICNIC TABLES I limit. fin.,il ('''titIi 110. tr'lortdti, will hold AilKimt 15. 1 Itll'l:', In the ..10". \.. nA""m>
$ "it mt, 'rt. I Intr I In. th. ('..iI n ty ('oinmlnHloiiHi ...1| ('..url unil tiuiHthti. .,.>ln plaintiff ,. .
H I llonm In. I lht ('.."nt y CourtIlotiHo seeks dlvoicv. Ilinilfiirtl I County, I c
2$2 75 "P I nt in'"'' o''I.k, A. M. AiuriitftInt IVIvKritph, vliull pulillrh 'this Order
A I.. I I'M'! fur I thn purptiHt. of lit next Cuur weekly. IxHiiei.
36": . $29.75 hurhiMr. tonutlalntu. from" owners AVIInfiHM I tnv, hiitifl. uinl nffliltil. ,1 ntalnt
r"r "1 1t"'III" of Heal I .entitle: ...r PtTHonnl )Htiirtin. 'lorlilii'. I thin July, \II: ,
I I't'i'i'u'I'ty, tlm vtilutH. of which l 9 4ilOPKK'IAI..
I.lnilti-d Offer have fen. flxi-il, hv I th. ('">untyANMfMHt p
I. SK.U.) A J. ThonlBM.AH
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"r of THXVM tituS HLUTiited" by .
(Clerk or nalil luiirtMv .
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42".32.75 t Its JI".r". I '
In yen < ioHhy |I' ( .
tiv ,ardor nf.. thn Honrrl, of C'minty 'I'. Frank rjinrtrum tftftrktf, Fin.
rnrnmlHMtoiici. .' this, July I II I. 111't.SKAL !!'. Atty. for rif T-15\ 4t H-0
OVERHEAD : ) .\. J. ThonitiM" I
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I It CMvrk. t\ riiKtir' ('01 It r. nn tiI'OhiH I
LIGHT .It'I"%'. .'I.fllllll\1 ltlll\ \.
72" $$84.50'FI I.> ('iiitiir (in, It I'. mi ti>1"UItIl ('I.HV.Trilla .
ES GYPLAPWALLBOARD it>irnoiiiiivi. is\ I .11Iln' \\. TfAfftia Hunter Plilntlff: '"VM,
< : ,
.
llvrbort bHHinnri hunter ifenflantfu
Complete with metal! Milton WVIHPI, riiiintirr I v UIIKIVH' \' No. 7401
LESS THAN 50% Of NEW PRICE bos and whil. .100') 8, W"l 1".r. lr..n (hit ii'tt I IIP ITIt.IITIOV AND NOTH'K" : TO ",'Pt\:
MOTORS EXTRA globe appro 13" di.arnot. ,A\l;: u4(iTl4 Til Afl-KAU !STATR' o F Fl.Oltlll\l : llrrtwrt "
.,. $2 COO par HT\TIS 1>K. KI.CIHIDA, ) to lllM
_ _ f IhouiofldUntrimm --- .. .. ... .00. --------- .....
$; 1 .6 5 ca ;
4 :
Io..t In.ul._ Benches ** LIIll !
CELOTEX ties 5t esilinq, TOILETS I tj

I;i" thickness lf<9 'cl. Zujs ft. 12 Ucal' I
In 8. 10 and foot l ngtht. _
." IhickMit (r.9 I2cl l . Se ft. Flush Valve .
_ _ _ ib tot i.ou.s. 00
I Includedv'itrtoul I churchai, aach, . $1 up [
_ ; china. Hof 1 i
_ _ I h r am.. Sloon-typa iS SET
flush valva. ROLLER CONVEYORS AVAILABLiv.ufs
I
DOUBLE HUNG [ v.

$12.50 t.i, For ..., handling of bo.... 'lumbar QIWLjyjjj

and other ;..... In 12"
Windows _ _ numarout 2'I Fiber ,
\ with ,18" and 24" width -'O' ...etioa.I BJ[ I

I USED . $1.00p.ft. ///p
;I Frames D' NEW (Hill; stated) $3.00 par H.Uaniloni .
I iV' 95
$8.95 Most All Sizes ;


12 lit. <2'8'S4'6"" > hsc.t1.t can.lition OPPLIESFuta .' BUY AHOME [;Q..Ie... ; Fit Most Cars I COJi'ES

/ far Immadiota imtaU -
Rtady All Sizes.
lotion. 100.... switch 100... wall out- -. Not All Patterns in I -
I hi. loggia iwitcha*. bo>.., racap '
", powar ponals. Re..... cobl. Y' ,,1
9 LITI cable and alack "HEAVENS WHAT A KITCHEN !I" RR
< liege ol U
SINGLESASH I ., i....... FOR AS LITTLE AS 11 CO'"E8

Why put up with a cluttered old-fashioned kitchen. &SEDtNSSTOCKS
mltid.I -1i GALVANIZED $300 LIMITED ,
SHEET IRON when 1t.1IJ easy to transform the entire room into r 9.95

$1.45 ..hanl..l Flat :Mclul SI.....'" DOWN EASY TERMS. a model of modern efficiency and charm? We have -

s.1a ..>h lot born.. ..,..... ate. !Sizi's! .. __ Sc Ft. modern kitchen cabinets of all sizes to fit any space AVAILABLE
I I .-' '- a ;:*ist8sViJ
requirements. Come in and let us help plan your

PIPE & FITTINGS. Sold Black Hy Galvanized The Foot: Or Soil Ton Pipe I new kitchen now ONLY 25 SETS JUST 20 SETS 25 Sets Available

_. .. Supreme QualIty Fibre Lonjr Wearing All-Cloth Good Quality Slip-On Style

.- -.--- -' OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY FROM S A.M. TO S P.M.ARMY ""'fo'W...._. Value- Up To $18.95 Values Up To $16.95 I .Formerly Sold For 18.95:

TAR.K&BUILDERS' Now 9.95 I Now 9.95 I Now 9.95
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1 CAMP' I WRECKING 1 1 i I CORP.CAMF SUPPLIES Fit Mont Sedans Any CiMUh or SiqIaic Front &: Back Scat


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