Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:t Two Boards Will Hear Taxpayers J. R. WainwrightThrows Hat In Ring 'National Guardsmen Have It Hot j Miles Candidacy Announces For Chief I Contests Develop In City CampaignsFor I

:.A Express Views On Estimated Budgets_. I And Heavy In Dusty Carolina Camp Jr. / Mayor And Chief Of Police

;, The Bradford County School Starke's National Guardsmen Rernreutcr. Jr. Albertus J. Cone. A spirited City Election 1 1. In

Board will hold a public hearing Chief Ebb ThorntonOut left here Saturday In a showerof Thomas C Huz-n Jr. Draft Board Hours prospect for September 13 with

: *.'. at 10 o'clock Saturday morning For Re-Election rain and arrived In South Carolina First Llqutenants: At 1 K. Carlisle Receive TrimmingIn contests already developed In all

.. on Its estimated 602475.20 bud Sunday In a cloud of duet James NeSmlth. races except for the two placesto .

.-: get for the 19-19-50 fiscal year. Chieft of Police W. E. (Ebb I The temperature at Fort Jackson Second Lieutenant. : Hubert T. view of ,the curtailed action be filled on the Council.J. .

It was announced that complete Thornton announced this week Sunday was D7 degrees! anti Mann.Master required of the Selective Service R. Walnwrlght. young Starka

,. detail of each separate part of that he Is a candidate to succeed South Carolina. has been shortof Sergeants: Albert L System, Loral Board No. 18 located auto dealer and farm operator

the new budget are on file and himself In this office.In ruin for a month Crosby Jr., Rub..rtV Drake. I In Starke, will bi open onlfoncl"Y" announced Wednesday for the office .

are available for public Inspection making his announcementChief ,,, The Starke unit went Into camp) St-rgeants' First Clam. : Merrill from 8 n.m. to 12:00: of Mayor now held by Jake

at the office of the County Superintendent Thornton called attention "" )'''' in the sprawling National Guard Edwards: Soeber D. Clooilmnn. Jos Noon I'OO: p.m. to 5:00: p.m. P. Roberts, who Is a candidate

of Public InstructionIn -RJ T Kirkland: Jr. .1. T. Pollard.\ for re-election Mr. Roberta
tent that at | Local Board No. 18 has was
to the fact that he has served city grew overnight jurisdiction
the Courthouse. They will also Theodore J. elected to fill out the ,
Sergeants: CJomlgo unexplre
Jackson. I the counties
on the police force for 23 years Fort The green tents over following : '
ho available at the public hear. Oliver P. Wm. C. Rhodpn. I term of Harold C. Wall
Hutto resigned.
Bradford and Union.
and has been Chief for the past soon become dust covered as the Clay

log Saturday. two years. During this time he : heels of trucks and the feet ofmen V. L. Starling The curtailment of opcratlonjof A three-cornered race shaped
School HarmonP.
Superintendent has "endeavored to help every'' kicked up a fine, talcum- Corporals Ralph L Alvarez.. the Selective Service" Boarddoes up for the position of Chief of
Morgan stated that "All interested Albert J Burroughs, James II.
'' man, woman and child in our like film from the dry Carolina ( not waive any requirementsof Police with announcements comIng
persons are cordially Invited said. I ,, The ab- Godwin. B. C. Holtzcnrtorf Jr.. in rapid succession from incumbent .
town at all times, the Chief clay noil. boys would pro the Selective Service Act of
participate in the public F Miles. Drew F. Reddish,
I Ily have given their next i paycheck Billy 1918 and young men who become W E. Thornton, who
hearing and to discuss the school
ContinuesTo for a swim In Klngsley 1 Kirby Swindell Richard Carter, 18 are required to register with. offered for re-election; Ben C.Holtzendort. .
progrem and budget for Bradford Balloting Raleigh V. Crosbv, Lewis D.
: a former member of
Lake about that time. Tent pitch- in five days of the date of their
county for the ensuing year. Pick All-Star J. R. (Nookie) Walnwrlght yesterday Ing isn't exactly the most pleasant Halnps. Jr, Jack W. Hall. James Earl F Miles', local soft drink eighteenth birthday where possible. the police force and a previous

The Board previously announcedthat announced his candidacyfor job In the world even under O Phillips Clarence M. Reddish. distributor, announced yesterdayhis If by reason of the fact that candidate for this office; and EarlF.

Its general levy for the new Softball Team the office of Mayor In the City favorable weather conditions.The Virgil L. Robinson Wm. E. Sapp. candidacy for the of I'Ice of the registrant cannot fulfill this Miles, local soft drink dealer

year would remain the name as Election of September 13. SAmmie S. Sasser' Wm. C. Smith Chief of Police. Mr. Miles hut Carl Johns
last total of 19 mills. Considerable Interest Is being local Guardsmen. are part requirement of the Act In view Incumbent
There year-a have been small reductions shown In picking a team of all- Mr. Wainwrlght was born and of 2.200 Florida National Guard Menlnmln Starling ..11'Vn\. S. been a resident of Starko for of the curtailment operation of Leslie Biggs are competing for

In the I &: S millage In two disc star soflball players to play Dependable reared In Starke, the son of tho troops now encamped at Fort Ste Privates rI lag. : Henry B. Bennett about ten years. the board, then he should register the office of City Clerk.

;, trlcts. Cleaners (Gainesville late Mr. and Mrs. N. D. %Waln Jackson for the annual two week's on the first date that the office Of the two Council members
Frank W. Jr., Carl T.
I, Anyone desiring to discuss phases Class B team) here Monday night wright Sr. He Is 35 yearn old period of summer field training.) Edwards Rodney Dryden.P. Hall Lester Lions To I. open after his birthday. whose terms expire In September.

I of the County Commbslonera'I and all fans who have not cast a married and has three children. Also living In the tent city !art! J Kite \Vm. Van Priest Geo. W. PlayMandarin All other requirements of the P. L. Bridges has announced that

I :,. new budget will be heard at the ballot are urged to hand one in He owns and operates a farm 5,500 Georgia Guardsmen the two Teston.Recruits'. Act are also still In effect, and .
he will be candidate
st.; : regular meeting of the Board on to A. B. Baker this weekend. and Is also in the automobile states making up the 48th Infan. : John 1... Alvarez Ovid registrants should Reep their local L.a for reelection
but A. Canova
business in Starke; la a member try Division. During the next HereThe I board advised of present
f change
Monday August 1. Softball were rained out any
games T) Bennett, Odls K. Browning,
of the Council will not
of the Methodist Church and Lions
< two weeks the 7,500-plus men :of of status.
'. The Commissioners previously last Friday night, but the schedule Club. Ralph T Biyan James M. Bryant, be. No other hats had been thrown
estimated their levy for the was resumed when a the division will undergo extensive
new Saturday Carl N. Carter Chas. E. Cooley Into this
to Ume
year at 14.111 mills a fraction protested tilt between Robbln.i. In making his announcement training on the firing ranges Robt. B. Crosby, Floyd .Cnice A. Sttrke Lions won one ami Pepper To Interview ring up press
stated if and In the. training areas of lost two of their three encountersduring
below last year's total of 14.125. and Alvarez was played off with Mr. Wainwright that I.J. Eaves III Floyd J. Futch.

.,. .j The new levy Includes 1.75 mills I one out to go. Robbins won the elected, he would "treat everybody famed Fort Jackaon. Tames L. Godwin, Clifton E. Griffis the put week.In Doyle Conner On city's registration books

7 N' for a proposed new Jail building I game 4.3 by'virtue of Billy E.JI alike" and w9uld give a fair and The local unit .which Is H v A Ray F. Grlffls Calvin C. their onlv North Florida Weekend BroadcastDoyle are now open, and new voters who

for Bradford County. I wards' double with a man on Impartial administration of the Hq. Co., 2nd. Bn. 121 Inf., will 1 Kelly. Gene K. Kelly John Klein League. Game the locals lost to wish to qualify for the electionIn

The Commissioners' estimated ,second and third.Coca.Cola'a office. depart Fort Jackson on Its'return Herbert A. Masters Jr., Levy K. Mncclenny Thursday night of last Conner September must register at

budget totals S164.575.49 which team, didn't show up trip Saturday afternoon Norman, S. J. Osteen. O. Dan week by a score of I\-t. Oodvln' of Starke, National the City Hall before August 13.Being .

Includes an expenditure of $40.. for the 8 o'clock game Saturday August 6, and la scheduled to arrive Priest, Alva R. Sapp Edward D. pit..hed' 8 Innings for Starke President registered on the county.

635.00 for the proposed new jail. and consequently forfeited 5-0 to Free Chest X-Rays back In Starke the following Starling, James R. Starling, Vernon striking out 8 visiting batters of Future Farm. for books the does not qualify a voter
Alvarez.In morning at 9:37.: L. Starling Leslie N. Thomas while Hurst pitched 3 Inningsand era of America city

the second regular scheduled While at Camp the mailing address Fred W. Wimpy George A. Wink. struck out S. ,'., will be interviewed

Board To Receive game for Saturday an "Improved" Begin August 8 of members of the unit will ler. Mitchell Brown pitched for on the Betty Ann Denmark,

Robblns team downed Hercules 11- be: Hq. Co., 2d Bn., 121th Dlv. I IFin. Two Starke officers members. Starke Sunday, afternoon giving ,. regular !weekendbroadcast Amnesia Victim,

6. but not before the stump- ( Part), Fort Jackson S. 1C.I of the Battalion Staff, are ala up onlv A hits, but Keystone of Sen.

Bids On Stadium knockers had thrown a bad scare Plans for conducting a free :I Naturally, the mrn will appre. attending camp. They are Msj T'I I IK managed to eke out a close 3-2 f\ tor Claude Pepper Now In Jax Hospital

Into the winners by staging a chest x-ray survey In Bradford [elate receiving letters and cards McClane Jr., Battalion Execu-j. win over the Ltona. Although I 1 The broadcast .I

last-inning 4run.rally.. Clay and Union counties beginning from home while they are away. tive Officer, and Ma|. R. G. Kldd, Stnrke outhlt the visitors gettinga i\\" '! Is heard at On her fifteenth birthday anniversary -

.. The School Board will receive August 8 .were announcedthis I| Personnel of the unit attending. Jr. Battalion S-3 (Plans & TrainIng total of 8. the local lads just. );,r >:' 0:15: pm. Saturday Wednesday Betty Ann
Bobbin has become the most .
bids until! 10 a.m... Monday, August week by Dr. A. Y. Coving camp Is as follows: Officer), Battalion Commander didn't get '(lm when they needed 't over stationWRUF Denmark, described by article
15. on concrete bleachers for Improved team In the league since ton. director of the trl-county I I Captains: Hugh B. Ingram (Com. In Lt. Col Itobt. B. Hurkne.su 'em most and again In the Miami Herald as a victim -

the BUS athletic field. DetalH "something new" has been addedIn health unit. I I pany Commander), Charles .H of Lake City. In a return game with Keystone it 1:15: p. m. of amnesia was In a Jacksonville .
the person of some talent from W J AX. hospital for observation
of the Instructions to bidders are The health officer In urging I Tuesday night the Lions emergednn Sunday over
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Lawtey. The team at present -
contained In a legal notice In this Law- that every person In the three the long end of a decisive Also Interviewed on, the program and

Issue of the Telegraph. almost entirely composed of :counties, more than 15 years of 0-1) score Keystonn managed only I will be F.rwln Martin of According to Herald stories

At the last session of the Leglslature teyltes. oge, take advantage of _the service Hobbs Announces 49 Grid Schedule I ; one run In the third Inning while Indiana Immediate past presidentof Betty Ann was found by two
- .. "- National Guard In' getting badly Miami officers curled
police up
'.: a special act was passed stressed that tubeirulosls can : Rlnrke came through with one FFA. and H. E. -Wood state

authorizing the Dnard to Issue behind In Its schedule, having I be "wiped out" only if the dlnen.su ''In the "second two In the fifth director of the FFA program In In their pAtrol c r'when they r-

bonds or other evidence of Indebtedness been rained out three times and Is discovered! and treated early Football Practice To Begin Aug. 15 one each In the sixth and .seventh Florida. turned from a nearby restauant \

for the construction now unable to play for two weeks A chest x-ray will find Uiburcu-; nnrl, four in the eighth. I, Young Conner who is attending Tuesday evening, July 19, The

and irnintenance of a stadium at more because the boys are awayat lode In Its early stage I I Tlntterles, for Stark.. were Ret- a meeting of the FFA Hoard of I Herald story said that the girl
the athletic field at BHS. camp. Coach Jimmy Hobbs thinks It's here. had left Starke the day beforeto
Trustees' In D C.
otherchest Washington
He also pointed out ihut cher A Hurst: for Keystone Baker
-- abnormalities siu'h as heart none too soon to start folksthinking Oi t 7 Putnam High ( Piiltitka I & RldiniKht' StriknoutsKey: this week, was honored at a visit an aunt Mr. J. R. Thom.

romHtions: end tumors hud bi.>endiscovered '' and talking about font- here. atone 3, Stnike. A. luncheon given Tuesday In thnprlvlltu as in Crescent! City. All she could
Monument Erected In Norway Will Honor Or?.. II I P K Young (OainiHvlllit Senate and tell them was that she rem..m.bered
I through the muss x-ray ballAt The LIons will M.imlnrln dining room
play .
I I least that's what he mild as ; ) there attended. Vice President Alben "walking around all day"Medlcnl
Memory Of Lt. William H. Hudson And Crew survey. here Sunday afternoonPlayers hy
The survey will contlnmthrnttga, I he announced: yesterday' that he I kt. 21 Alachna hereOct. picked. by the fans In fliirklev and. Agriculture Secretary examination at tha
''would call the Tornadoes here.
I to begin -Newberry Jackson Memorial Hospital IIhowf'.1that
Mr. and Mrs. ?\f. F. Hudson of' II August 19. Mobile x-ray units recent all-star hallotlnir are. : RalpnR Charles Hrannan.
football practice on Kilday August Nov. 1- Open ( to be home the gill was In good physical
Starke have received! an invitation will be located at convenient spots I 'I I "'Hgiii>. Jlmmle David, Mao McOrlff Other executives of the FFA
Pupils Entering BHS ] I 15 just one week before BHS game). condition. She hail, not suffered
in the counties
from the Norwegian government anti Jlmmle Hurst lIea lIe organization attended. ., accompanied
I opens for Its 1919-no\ term. Nov. It Union High (Liiko any blow on the head that might
to attend the unvellln of For First Time Must Schedule for the first week'soperation led the poll with 7.1: vote by Senators from their respective -
the coach Butler there. of
I Simultaneously an- ) have canned a sudden lapse
a memorial on August 7, 1910 In follow.: An all-star game! will he "played' states The luncheon was
Register August 17 nounced the 1919 schedule complete Nov. IS--Columbia High memory of their son, Lt. WilliamH. August 8-Doctor's Inlet and In the .ksonvll'e ballpark on sponsored by Senntor 1"'Ip..r.Ooyle mwmmry.J
Hudson and other member of IlHctsock section. with the exception of one City) there. Atiinut. 31 when the North Florida received an aililltlonnl E. Denmark of Starke, an
Bradford High and ElementarySchools home garre on November 4. The Nov. 23--Clay High (Green
a If B. Army Air Corps crew who August 9-10--Orange Pork and 1.011 KIII" nll-Ktnr meet the Jax honor when he. WDA mentioned Inn uncle of the girl went to Miami
will have a pre-school new schedule discloses that Cove) there.
were killed In a plane crash In Lawtey. City League all-stars. speech: on the Senate floor bv for her last, Sunday and brought
registration! of new pupils on Wed Gainesville, Montlcello. and St Hobbs stated that the Tornadoeswill "
9.13-Orecli Cove her back to the home of her
a mission over Norway In April August Senator Pepper, who said: "Doylo
nr day, August 17, from 9 a.m. Leo have been dropped while Ala- be back In the Suwannee grandmother, Mrs. P. S. Denmark.She .
Springs and Starke. Conner has established, a herd nf
1945.At to 4 p.m., according to an announcement chua and Willlaton have been add. Conference thli year and have Funeral SundayFor Inter taken to the Jacksonville
-Keystone was
the time of his death Lt. August Heights beef rattle through his farming
Hudson was a pilot In charge of yesterday by Chas. (opposite Post Office) and Rul- ed to the old list of standbys.Coach four conference games scheduled Mrs. Alexander projects In vocational agriculture/ hospital by nn aunt, Mrs.
S. Partin, supervising principal. Hobbs felt that Monti. which will entitle them to awards
D. H. of Lak lan 1.
Hanley. <
mission attempting to drop And the returns from those cattle
paratroopers and Philip E. Adelshekmcr, principal ford.August cello and St. Leo (Dade City) etc. If merited.
buck of enemy lines to 12 Pennev Farms. Mr Florence Gill Alexander, I will pay most of his expenses Mrs. Denmark states. that Betty
of the elementary school were just too far away for his It will be the team's first sea
August. MldJleburjr Sthool .10, died Friday July 22 In Shady Mr. ant
support an Office of Strategic : through the College of Agriculture Ann whose parents,
Services. maneuver. They withm..mbfors "New" pupiU are classified as and Lake Butler. boys to make a trip there, play son on the newly conditioned athletic crest Hospital after an Illness of lilt the University of Florida." :iVlrs. Claude Denmark, have been
l IA and return home the same day. field "There Is no danger
of the Norwegian underground those who were not enrolled several week. divorced I. has lived here with hermost .
the Starke schools last and Gainesville was passed. up because of any of our home games having I
year She born In
were harassing German Simon L. Griffis was Mcintosh of the time since rhe waS
troops and their communications are expected to enter school for the size of the school was considered to be played out of town this Sept.. 17 1010 and was a daughter Keystone Rotarv Club two and a half years old. Doctors -

In the area. The entire crew the 1949-50 school session. Died SaturdayAt just a little large for BHS year because the field Is. under of the Into W T. GUI! and Mrs. Has Best AttendanceIn have said that she has a
to aspire to be In the class water," Conch Hobbs said "The
of 12 men was killed when the New Pupils from the seventh I same Fay Prescott GUI. Rhe had spent type of schizophrenia (split per.
Sampson City : As announced Coach Hobbs field Is In District 242At
fine and
by shape playing
plane crashed against a mountainIn through the twelfth grades will I her entire life In Stark. and for sonality) and that at times she
the 1919 schedule Is as follows: conditions should be the best here
North Norway.The enroll at the Bradford High School Simon L. Griffin 83-year-old 1 i many years was. employed at the does not remember things In the
I Sept. 23--Wllllaton there. this year since BHS started play- Shell Patrolenm bulk. the District Assembly. of the
office. here and
monument hns been erected lifelong resident of Bradford pest or recognize: friends
Sept. -Seabreeze (Daytona) ling football." he added. Clubs of the North Florid
I Rotary
near the town of Snaasn. near the First grade and new pupils. up ty died Saturday. July coun'l I where her husband' ,is agent relatives, Mrs. Denmark said

scene of the ill-fated crash. Il I I. through the sixth grades will enroll I his home near Sampson City. I Survivors are her husband Jese DistrIct No. 212 the Rotary Club Doctors hold out the encourage-

partially constructed of stones at the Starke elementary He was born In this county on : e B. Alexander: her mother: of Keystone Heights was present ment that her condition will Improve
Better See A Man About A Fire TruckIf ed with a plaque given bv out.
taken three sisters Mrs. J. D. Doyle,
a cairn where the school office. March 7, 18A4 and was. a son of ,i her grandmother. said.
American Starke: Mrs. K F. Prather Jen- going District Governor FrancisBridges
flyers were first burled.
Pupils who were enrolled In the late Lewis and Sarah TllllsGrlffls.
Among Norwegian and American the Starke schools last and He was a member of the flings La. and Mrs John F. for the largest percentageof
year Robb Colun>tl... S. C. two bro attendance of any club In the Funeral ServicesFor
Army and government representatives who are expecting to re-enter for Baptist Church and farmed during You Live Outside City Limits ;
district conference In Pensacolaheld
to attend the ceremonies his active thers. W. T. Gill. Jr., and Prescott Mrs. Richard
the 1949-50 session are asked not years.
In of this
Donovan will be MaJ Gen.. William J. to register on August 17, but to Funeral .services were. held at Sorry but If you live outside I I many trailer owners have all Funeral GUI., both services of Starke.were held In At the May same time year.Mr. Bridges Held Here Tuesday

wartime head of the ORS report for their first day of schoolon the graveside In Sapp Cemeterynear I the city limits and your house their worldly possessions In their announced that the Keystone
the Starke Church
Baptist Sunday
who will
speak In appreciation Monday August 22. Ralford Monday morning at : catches on fire you needn't come home-on-whi'els. Chief Plckett afternoon at 2.HO: o'clock with I Height Club had ann the attendance Mrs. Zoe Adelle Richard. 81,
of the honor :
war dead. paid the American First grade students should 111 o'clock! with Rev. W. C. Burton running to the jnral fire deportment thought he'd do the "humanitar Rev L. D. homes officiating Interment : trophy for the year 19- widow of the late Robert T. Rich.

At the time of his death Lt. meet the following qualifications ,officiating. Arrangements were In I for help unless you have ian thing" and went to see if he was In Crosby Lake Cemetery 44-49 by having the best attendance aol died Monday morning In a
charge of DeWItt C. Jones. "made, arrangements"I could help the fellow out. Instead .
before entering school: previously under the direction nf De- record at weekly meetingsof Jacksonville hospital.
Hudson was married and ;
father of a baby daughter.was born the 1. Must be six years of age on Mr. Griffis Is survived by three I I .I '.: have signed an agreementwith of being one mile out of Witt C. Jones.. any club In the district There! She was born In Clay County

after he went overseas and three or before January 1. 1950. daughters Mrs. Annie Jordan of the city that you will pay town It developed that the trailer Active pallbearers were C C. are a total of 31 clubs In the district Oct. 21, 1867 daughter of the
Jacksonville; Mrs. Pea rile Green the cost for said service which I H was about three. miles nut an'!, and Dilla-
Keystone Heights had late Lawrence and Joscflna
months. before he was killed. He 2. Must present birth certificate Stanton Carl Johns' H. K Tucker
Starke. and Mrs. Effie Green, .
rightfully duo "rly to taxpayers of course before the tire truck attendance 07.3 lived In Jack.
attended high school in to of child. Charley K.: John*. J W Selph a percentage of berry Wall. She had
Augusta prove age Lake Butler; three sons: Rollins ,i within the Incorporated limits ofthe got there It had burned to a
Jr., and percent During the Rotary yea"the sonville since 1014 and was a
Oa. where he was a member of 3. Should have physical check. Grlffls Hellbronn Dean
the football Springs: I I town. crlap. This run a considerable Keystone Heights1; Club had member of the Methodist! Church
team and if
received up possible. Grlffls, Sampson City; and Maine. "Them's harsh words", or they expense to the taxpayers of 21 consecutive 104))% meetings
hia Richard Is survived by one
In Mrs.
wings 1944 Rites
April at I
Moody Orifflt. Jacksonville: and one sister : mlirht sound like harsh words at Starke, had done the. trailer own WednesdayFor and the
during year had a total of Jacksonville
Field Valdoata Robert L.
Oa. son,
Mr. Hudson stated yesterday GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe Mrs Isabelle Hood of Gaines i I first blush but Fire Chief C W. er no good, and might have had Mrs. JohnsMrs. of 37-10OC meetlnif ; a brother W I... Walt

ville. I Pfckett says he has "orders fromeadqimrteri" some serious repercussions If, by j The trophy Is being presentedby
It .will be Impossible for him and Girl Scouts had their regular II!I of Starke; and a sister Mrs. W
his wife to accept the kind Invitation afternoon. I H so that's the way, chance, there had been a fire Ida Williams Johns 81. durance Gay, State Comp II. Hoffman of Clearwater. She

of the Norwegian Mattllane meeting Wednesday Perdue of Bowers To Conduct It's gotta be. I within the city limits while the longtime resident of Starke. died troller and Is known as the Gay was the grandmother of Mrs. W.
govern Julllngton I Chief Plckett says his natural Chief wan on his mission.Consequently I Tuesday at the home of her son Attendance Trophy which goesto Starke.
ment to attend the ceremonies Creek near Jacksonville visited Revival ServicesAt J. Epperson. Jr. of
Instinct Is to go help a fellow out acting on ordersfrom Calvin Johns In Starke. the Club In the district havingthe
but they have been assured that the scout I Funeral services were held in
troop.Mrs. Pine Level If he's having a fire anywhere the City Council, Chief Plck' Mrs. Johns was born In Jasper, best attendance. for each year.
they will receive photographs of Carney discussed the program i the DeWItt C. Jones chapel In
within a reasonable roiiius of cit says he can no longer. answer January 23. 18H2, the" daughter Any club winning the trophy
the monument and the ceremonies, afternoon at 3
for the three-day campingtrip. Revival services will be held &t > Stark. and he has done so on calls outside' the city limits un of the late Jasper and Eliza Williams. three times gets to retain perm. Starke Tuesday

Around 10 girls are planningto the Pine Level Baptist Church beginning j,several, occasions In recent months. less from property owners who She moved to Starke from anent possession l of It. o'clock with Rev. 1. A. Shepherd

Junior Women Win go. We are sure that a good July Si.) and continuing i But now It seems that these outside have previously made the necessary Live Oak In 1007 with her h..... : officiating Interment was in the

From Girl Grads time will be had by all. The girls through August! 14. Services will ], runs have caused some criticism arrangements. He advisesall band. the late C. S. Johns.Surviving Crosby Lake Cemetery

are ruing to meet at 8 o'clock begin each evening at 7:3O: o'clock: | from taxpayers who maintain persona within a reasonable besides', her son, Cal. Future Farmers Active pallbearers were H. C.

The Junior Woman's Club Monday morning at the Scout with Rev. E. R. Bowers of Hilliard that .when the fire fighting distance outside the city limits yin, Is one daughter Mrs.. 8. B Elect New OfficersThe Wall. J. M. Darby. W. A. Bessent.H. .

emerged winner In a cutthroat leader's home. We will be bark doing the preaching. eoulpment Is taken outside the to see him at the fire station or, Bevllle of Inverness and one sis M. Rlcharde. W. J. Epperson

softball gsme with the High School around noon Thursday. There will All persons living on the regular I city limits. It leaves property In see City Clerk Carl Johns at the ter Mr. R. W. Sweat of Lakeland Bradford FFA Chapter Jr., and Chas Metcalf.

Grads Monday night. The contest be no scout meeting Monday or bus routes operated by the church town unprotected for the periodof ty hall. II IIcl Funeral aervlces were held In held a special! meeting. Thursday.

went to .even Inning. Instead of Wednesday.The lire Invited to ride the busses to'' time that the department Is ..It'. going to be mighty hard the DeWItt C. Jones chapel here July 21, for the purpose of electing

the usual five before the tie was Scout's regular baseball service. |answerinr this outside call. I to turn a fellow down If hl-ij f fI Wednesday" afternoon at 3 o'clock new officers HOMECOMING

broken 18-17 In favor of the team Is planning to play the high Rev. W. E. Hall pastor of the I Chief Pickett admits that city I house I III on fire and we could I II with Rev. W. A, Scott and Rev They are ss follows: President AT HOPE CIIVIICH

Junior Club. school graduates August 22-the church, said: "We hope and trust property owners have a good argument -I possibly get to It." the Chief says. I.. D. Halnes officiating Interment Glenn Conner: Vice President, The annual Homecoming that

Nina Bishop and Lou Byers ,day school starts. It Is going to that you will avail yourself of ami. ruefully recalls are. "But we have to draw the line was In Santa Fe Cemetery. Harry Green; Secretary. Clinton was postponed will be held at

handled the pitching assignmentfor be awful going back to ,school, this rare opportunity of hearingthis rent Instance when It was reported somewhere and those who fail Active pall bearers were R C.utord. Norman: Treasurer. Seeber Doyle Hope Baptist Church Theressa.

the winners while Alma Thorn.I They are also planning to play man of Cod at he expound. : to him that a fallow's house to come In and make arrangements K: A. Ysncy Henry Me- Anders: Reporter Donald Bennett on Sunday July 31. Everyone 14

as pitched for the Grads. the parents sometime soon. 1 the .word of God." i trailer was burning up about a will have no one to blame K el I v y Frederick Watterson. Sentinel! J. L. Alvarez Invited. .C. Sullivan, church clerk.

mile) south of town. Knowing that [ but themselves' Adolph Cay, and Chas. A. Darby.

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I .n Gainesville for the next three ad"ue?

Bradford County Telegraph weeks, where! she has embarked I

I (l on a new course at the University RISING From where I sit... by Joe Marsh

ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNCR-EoiTrm, \ of Florida. Hy I\lrJl. Edward Norman -

Mrs. Julius Recher and -
daughter :
pobU..h<.Hl Every Friday and Entered.. an Second
Han Matter at the I Font Office at Starke, Fla.obocriptlon June, spent Tuesday through NOUMAN-JONE3 I For The Ladies:
of last week in Jack
Miss Ruth Jones, daughter o'

MEMBER ({j) 1949 ,I *ey Jiura r POMCA.:>gttrQess> NEBRr Afohr=ai \sonville.A.. J.. Wint and family of Law- : Brooker Mr. and, and Mrs.Herbert R J.E.Jones Norman of, I 4;;. A Diet That Really Works

toy, moved Into the Frank Williams son of Mr and Mrs. Edward Norman -
I2JSO: Annually '1M Fur Six MoothaVIEWPOIIWT i herein I meditate on Vacation me or If he will be too busy. If hou o last week.M'I. were married Thursday, July We went out visiting the other trust any of those getthinquickdiets.

.* and dream of old friendsand not I shall have to go by bus 01 Thos. P. Brown and family 21. night and the ladies were talking .Simply cut dawn on desserts,
h.I..n behind. train. I have bread butter sweets and fats but
I been
|iIael's never to Sioux reducing diets. -
ytt. and
with Mrs. Gordoi For her wedding the bride chose about weight-
Falls. It will be adventure and J.I away "15 day when you do, even do your cuttingdown
Renew old friendships with the Worst and children, spent Monday a powder blue satin dress with One of them had a special
()) hope they soon have room for me. moderately"From
In St. Augustine. which she white accessories. diet"guaranteed to slim
sun and wind. wore Hollywood
(J !' Identify the fluting bird. poem My: pal In Wisconsin sent this Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth Following: the ceremony they her. down fifteen pounds'worth.Another where I sit, moderation

visited Mr. Wadwort'i's left for to un bananas and is the watchword. Moderationwith
Greet the blue star upon the zenith The farm wife nephew a wedding: trip an was living on
pinned her chores paused a momentIn L, E. Wadsworth, In Bunnell last announced destination. Everybodyin him milk! food, with smoking or with

weekend and Sunday visited Ma- this section wishes them much missus the enjoyment of a friendly glassof
Till Vega can be more than just I might have known the
Arrested the
by starlight
rine Studios. happiness. beer orale..
temperate Actually
A rrni.K' HEARING is A PLACE: TO HE IIEARI a word.LOOHP head. would get the bug, too, and sure ,
and Mrs Margaret Humphrey and Rev. Whltte filled his regular she asks me, moderation adds to the enjoymentof
other day
all Idea of the
Within the next few days the Bradford County Board of Public hurrying "Sometimes the stillness almost Miss Maggie Klnsey of Gainesville appointment at Corinth Church enough diet do just about anything.
kind of you
rout 'Joe what a
Instruction and the Board of County Commissioners will hold public breaks my heart, were guests of Mrs. Florrle Sunday and was a dinner guest of : "

hearings on their new budgets for the 1919-50. fiscal year. I Little resentments tunneling and It muHt be gay In town to-night Belle Brown, Tuesday oi last Mr, and Mrs. Edward Norman. think I ought to go on?
1t 1
nesting she said. I "the only dietI
week. "Mother says
Mr. and Mrs Paul Faulkner 8ce
Figured together, the two boards will spend more than three-quarters
.. of a million dollars during tho ensuing twelve-month period. That'j I Within the mind; rekindle. faith High in a city tower a woman Mrs. Grace Beal of New York had as their guests Sunday their I would ever recommend to anyoneis ::
| about to die; City, Is spending a two weeks Vacation mother, Mrs. Nolle Lewis, and sons, simply moderation. I wouldn't
a lot of money, any way you figure It. The operation of our countygovernment
A million flashed million
Look to some far horizon resting lights/ on a with her daughter, Joyce Reed and Mead Mr and Mrs.
and our schools Is, in truth entering the realms of "bit
Front much preoccupation with panes. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Woodrow Thomas and childrenof Copyright,1949, Unite Slant Bremen Foundation
business". but that la to be expected: for we are growing upcoming near things. Nolan ran rampant softly the Adklna. Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Russell

of age as it were, and anything that moves forward is bound to cost Walk for the Joy of walking, woman sighed, Home left to Carter of Heilbronn, and Mr. and

:moro money as It grows and expands.The I climb a hill I "It must be quiet tonight In country Billy on Sunday Mrs. II. H. Lewis. .

nation's schools are facing the greatest crisis In history due to At sunset hour .when gold contentment I lanes." Crystal attend a Lake.two weeks *Camp on I Mrs. Margie Underhill of Starke Don't Let Summer Static
So each of shall '
us vacation I
the unprecedented increase in population and the failure to expand rings I Mrs. Mattie Thompson of Jack- was visiting her son and daugh-
The entire countryside, and let differently. The beat vacation I :
facilities during tho last two decades The U. S. Bureau of Census I II sonville recently vlsltod her Sister ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
the still lever had was in a cabin on, the Underhill,
I estimates that 8,210,000 more children will be enrolled In the first to( Mrs. H. B. Wiggins Thursday evening. INTERFERE With Your
Gulf of Mexico
Small voice of God in me, which near Panacea,
twelfth grades In 1938-59 than are In the alreadyovercrowdedclassrooms now and then Florida. I am thankful for that Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and NOTICEMrs.

today. To house!: these Increased enrollments will requireat Is crowded out be clearly heard quiet month. children of Lawtey, were visiting Kitty Andrews will close

least 250,000: additional classrooms. again. God bless you all. and I shall Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams Sunday her steak house on Temple Ave. RADIO ENJOYMENT !
also Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Bradford County is no exception to this nation-wide trend. Enroll -Elaine .V. Emans I be thinking of you all. I,Williams and family, of Dunnellon, until Sept. 1st, during which time

ment in the first grades has shown a steady Increase In the past What In a vacation? What In LOVELURAHAMPTON ,were' at the Williams country she will motor to Chicago on an Demonstration

several years and is likely to continue at this or an even greater It for? To me a vacation Is a home. extended vacation. ASK for

rate, for dome time to come. As these first graders move on throughthe change of scene and as I growl I 1\IOTICFI F IVT in your
older I am more content to rest.When All claimant t" funrtd turned FREE
school they naturally require expanded facilities all along the line over 10 the IIntl..rolll'n..1 ee .111'.01' a home
I taught; In Florida and to A. O. Andre. an sheriff of Brud' I|
The three new classrooms that are now being constructed for Starke
lived nt Clay Hill I used to watch i ithe jI ny 11"f.! C. !SweeneyLudlen LAKE GENEVA ford County Florida, are required 1
elementary'school to take care of at leant a part of this increase can to present their respective claim .
I Run go down every night In C. SHEPHERDAT
; with the pnrtloiilnr .thoroor tn the | CHAS.
certainly not bd classed as luxuries. An Increase In students 111.ewlae all Its glory; T heard the whisperof By Blanche. CunninghamMrs. undersigned on or hefor .." I

means an increase In the number of instructors" an Increase In trans the pines, the song of the whip- Council bar will" 1, 1944, otherwise such funds
be nnlit over to the County
portation costs, and an Increase in "free" textbooks-which, of course poor-will and watched a lovely The monthly meeting) of the Carrie Shaw and son Fred, Commlffftlonerti of said l county GAY'S SERVICE STATION, Madison & Court Sta.
Ladles Council was held at the This July 14l r, I
are not free at all-having to be paid for by taxpayers' money, Justas moon go nailing across the sky. of Connellsvllle. Pa., Miss Edna 194P.. T>. ReddlRh, PHONE 10 -
home of Mrs.
Is every other governmental benefit. Yet-though an increase in Every evening was a contentmentand May Sweeney on ierrtngton of Broadford, Pa., and AN tariff of Bradford county.Florida. .
Wednesday afternoon, July 20. 7-15 4t 8-6
student body Is Inevitably accompanied by an increase in coats, surely God seemed near. I had leisure Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth In Jackie Butler of McKeesport, Pa.,,

there Is not one among us who would say, "Admit just so many beginners to listen to the still small charge of the was are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer

program arrangements
voice within me. That la one rea forsythe and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
to the first grade every year and let the rest go uneducated and the topic was "Letting
son I loved Clay Hill. Is Forsythe and Mrs.
If that's what it takes to keep down expenses." Hurry Cod Me!" family.
-through I IN
i tiresome and I find life just gen Shaw Is the mother of Mrs. Elmer A R L STARKE

We are a growing community. We cannot stand still. We have no tle and kind< If I take things ata A "Life Problem" question wasdiscussed and Mrs. Charles Forsythe.Mrs. Gs

desire to stand still. To stagnate Is to perish. All the giant monsters slower pare. To make every- In general. Followingthe James Hayes and three HOME'ST FLORIDA

of Prehistoric ages are gone They did not know how to meet changIng thing adventure and I have vaca- business session Miss NormaSweeney children of Vero Beach are guestsof
served refreshment to &M k
conditions They stood still while the life around them passed by. tion in my own yard. However. It Mrs. Hayes' parents Mr. and rocery ar
guests wns Mrs.
Egypt and Persia, Greece and Rome-all the great empires of antiquity looks as |If I am going," someplaceafter Mrs. L. N. Wagner.
Lizzie:: Wynn of Starke, who has
-perished when they ceased to grow. China built a ,wall around all. For several weeks nowI the'hnUlle Wills! Batten and Verol Glover
hnve had an aching back limbs been guest of >Mrs. T. of Penney Farms were calling on WEEK ENDING JULY 30th, 1919
herself and stood still for 1,000 years. Today she Is paying a terrible C. Chastain for the past ten
and stiffness In neck and have old friends here
twice for her backwardness. In all Nature, to cease to grow Is to per my days. Sunday. They WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets
headnchea. So the Dr. says I needto resided here a number of years
ish. Certainly we desire a greater destiny than that for Bradford Celebrate Birthday
gn," to the hospital. It will be
Mini Helen Adklnn entertained ago.Mrs.
County. a minor operation. I have In my T. M. Finley and daughter,,
There have been a few hasty criticisms of several Items IncludedIn application at the Veterans Hospital a number of friends at her home Martha Sue and niece, Francis c

the estimated budget of the Board of'County Commissioners, but at Sioux Falls, South Dakota. last Friday evening, celebratingher Finley, were Gainesville! shoppers i Real Good!

we believe, In every Instance, If the critics took the time and troubleto It Is a new hospital just open- birthday anniversary. After Friday.Mr. .

Investigate the circumstances they would find the expenditure justified Ing Sunday. So next week no enjoying swimming at the lake, and Mrs. Ray Forsythe were
the folks returned to the
and would be forced to admit that the Commissioners, on the doubt I shall be notified to arrive Adklns young home and had a business callers In Starke Tues STEAK COME AND 39
whole, have done a reasonably good job of pinching pennies In their I However I shall not miss boiling;, and enjoyed Ice cream day.Mrs..
my weekly visit for I shall write Sue Myrick had as dinner
proposed expenditures for the new year. After all, Bradford County < I and cake. Those present were
from the hospital If at all possible. quests Sunday her son, Bob and GET IT!
has grown a little in the last decade and there Is no reason to believe I| So all of you think of me, ,I Louise Adklns, Hampton David his wife and little daughter of

that the Board of Commissioners can operate on their budget of ten I Yarborough Charles Mickey Wai Pine Level and her
ay a prayer and wish me speedy daughter-in-
yearn ago any more than the family of any taxpayer In the county recovery and I shall soon be back ) do, Dot Prescott Betty Dval, Ln- I law Mrs. Bishop Myrick of

can get by on what It was spending for food and clothing In 1939. I with Don my home and my pets. j ci'le' Sweat. Mr And Mrs L. J. Gainesville.EXPERT. .
i Kite Jr... Mr. and Mrs. R. :M.P'eerntt. .
Nothing we have said here Is Intended as an apology for waste Yes n vacation for me of a sort Brvnn I

or extravagance by any of our governing boards. In any way, shape, or I I shall try to think of It as one Rtnrke Henrtrloka. jT-
1 Donald
and. rent well. I hate to leave Drlggrers, I.ekeButler, and Pure LARD 8 lb. bkt. 1.69 Jewel Short'n 3 lb. ctn. 49c
fashion. Any leaks that are costing taxpayers one thin dime 'more than Digger He I Is dear Pal and Lisle Stone of South Carolina. ,
Is absolutely necessary should be ruthlessly ferreted out and eliminat my Mr. Stone, R. R. Signal Main-

ed. Taxes are high and they hurt when we pay them. Of great significance ) I will miss me I know.AUOI'T tamer spent the weekend visit dad /
Tilt: WORM): I have p Sauerkraut 3 lOc Shot Gun SHELLS ]1.69
too Is the'fact' that there Is less to pay them with than in the two letters, fmm England this I! Ing Mix Adklnn.i cans -

lush war and post-war boom days. But on the other hand we might week I think the English people :'i The Keystone boys won a de-
well face the fact that la cost ',vision 7-5' over the Hampton CubsI
just an a growing community going to are very fond of UN American.

more money and that money mu..t come from the source that It has and It speaks well for our soldiers I at their Junior Boys Rinprmll d III-UP or YELLOW ROSE

always come from--the taxpayer's pocket. that have left so good feelings game; onV..rlnpqdRV., July 20,
played! At the ball diamond pork

So remember the dates' of the budget hearings Saturday cards nbrond ton.AROI'T They. were both birthday I just._ cost of town.: ,Walter Recher

July 30, for the Board of Public Instruction, and Monday, August 1, I IK the peppy and efficient manager <
1'04! \. From' [
lAnl1orJlllne I
for the Board of Commissioners The estimated ; of the 'epaSERVICE
County budgets of : Hampton bays team.
; !\ I have Word Is raining I
these bodies have been published In recent Issues of the Telegraph. It S. .i. O'Hteen .was amour: the ROUR 148FLIT
hut has been so dry. Same In Sun-
would be gratifying It a representative number of taxpayers would cook New Hampshire. They are Bradford County group leaving

look these papers up, study the budgets Item by Item, and then attend : catching good fish to eat. In Al- i: Saturday on" National Guard "'tty'ror Chas. C.

the public hearings, prepared to discuss the Issues Intelligently with amoHH. Colo heat and bugs are summer field training at Ft.
Jackson Ft. C.
the members of these boards bud Been hot In West Va. but ShepherdAt
The many friends of OrvilleI
Whether or not yo\i\ think they have done the best job possible un- I rain and much cooler. San Franclam i I i I Brookins heard with deep regretof Gay's Service Station

der the circumstances Is beside the point. Attend the meetings for \III cnnl. No summer heat at his accident last week while

your own information If for no other t purpose. After all, it's lOf'K! I nil. Portland Oregon cloudy! summer ;' at carpenter work In Gainesville

money that is being spent, and you have a perfect right to make and plenty rain and cool.! Mr. Brooklns had the misfortuneto .
Hero we Are over thousand feet 13c BANANAS
a lb.
Spray pint 9c
known your approval or disapproval. in the elevation. We had a few loan the tips of three fingerson per -
his left hand by a pinning:
hot days. but It has been so cool WELDINGL4
saw, and has been In the Alurhtin
THE LADY IN TilE HARBOR now for several weeks The nights County Hospital Gainesville, torseveral
are wonderful with showers I Happy Kids Syrup 39c Rat CHEESE lb. 47c
There is In the harbor of New York a statue which symbolizes to love these summer days :II days. Although in a weikencd qt. -

us. and to a large part ofthe peoples of the world Liberty and the I ('1.\'" Mll.I.t Shirley MOllIe \ condition. Mr. Brooklns was
American of life. There be In the future but not resting comfortably at the latestreport
way may certainly writes she Is going," to visit with
and it Is
now, a Russian statue which will also be as meaningful. < her Aunt Lena a .week. Her slA- hoped he will ( '
I be home shortly
What Is it that has made the Statue of Liberty the beacon thatIt I ter's baby, Mattie Bell Austin Issn Mrs. George Williams and son,

Is to the suppressed, the freedom-seeking people of the world? If big and pretty. Ilia :Mae Johns Howell left on Saturday for Wi, "- TALL

we believed some of the things said and printed about our country ![Went to church at Long Branch Ington D. C. to spend a week We, offer the people of Starke

and our people, then certainly there would be no need for us to have '', She saw Lorene Padgett I know i I with their aunt Mrs. Chas', Runge.
the sun shines so lovely at Clay' MILK Silver Cow
quotas on Immigration, for few foreigners would want to come to our '' They were joined in Jacksonvilleby and \Mnlty one of the most ocSNUFF
Hill. I
am thinking of everyone
shores. Again, if people abroad believed that America wan. a corruptand back. there. Mrs. Leo Wiggins and duigh-
modern and finest equipped
decadent democracy where a favored clique lived on the fat of From Smoker I have such a them.ter, Marie who accompanied Per Can j

the land while the masses suffered abjectly, then would they want to nice letter from my good pal Mm.niwhop Mr. and Mr. J. W Horne and welding shops anywhere.

come and live here? Thomas. She celebratedher
lion Junior, left Monday morningon All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S
We think that, despite the clamor and cry about Communists In j jour i birthday and )Mrs. Tyre visited an automobile trip to pointsof "

midst, despite the bickering and quarreling between large and I her. I always like so to get a letter Interest In South Carolina. They GARAGE '

coherent groups" despite the fact that as! a country and a people we from Hawthorne, Fla. Etta expect to return the end of this

have faults, we are moving slowly but surely to our destiny. We think I I Fowler.llorsRIIOI.il..! HINTS I week. Mr Horne is on a two AND MACHINE SHOP I 3 for 25c LARD 48 lb. 6.95
: I had toBurt can -
weeks vacation and J. C.
that the same principles which made America grow, are still in effect. I Wynn, _, ,
time-honored h..rltage'' the mortuary. Four large )lot Starke, Is Depot Agent In his Temple A"f'. StarkeHOWARD'S

of Perhaps freedom we, but accept It !la without a living part appreciation of every one our of us. ', Inrge rooms doors to dust, making all connected almost one by place.Mr. and Mrs. T J, Perry are I Marion si. Bacon, lb. 21 c Fresh D & D Fryers lb. 49c

The current cold' war of propaganda notwithstanding, the Status ; room. I got an old sock and put''' spending( two weeks In Wunforil: .

of Liberty still symbolizes a land where men are free And not onlyto on each hand. Dampened with a N. C. visiting Mr. Perry's I

us, but to people throughout the world. little furniture polish and went lives reill-I

i to dusting with both hand. Window A, H. Kelsey returned "
sills were I rubbed the I IWt.'ek c
from Indiana where lie had
IF YOITKE one of the diminishing number of persons .who still dust from my hand socks Into a visited his home folks FACTORY

has a dollar In your pocket It might interest you to know that It la waste basket. When mending; or Little Ray Simmons arrived I

now worth fifty-nine cents-almost two cents more than Us value ( darning, wet the end of your from Chase City, Va. last week I uJtR PACKED !

last September The Labor Department( says- this Is the most substantial -i: thread Instead of putting, a knot. for an extended visit in the home I la N

gain for the consumer since the post-war price rise began three 1''It works and does not leave a of his uncle. R. O. Simmons. I yg> rT;'

years ago. In June 1916, the last month of wartime price controls the i hump Make the babv: a big bib! Mr. and Mrs. R. D Moon, of uUvJri.1v
from old washcloth
an that has
dollar bought seventy-five\ cents worth of goods and services In ( worn thin. My dnughter-ln-lnw Valdosta, Ca have bees: recent 5 Pounds

terms of 1939 prices. Remember the guy who cussed the OPA and said i makes pot holder from worn wash guests of the Lynn Hall family.

prices would quickly adjust themselves as soon as government controls (I cloths. They are nice. I Mrs. Douglas B. Flncher and .
little son Doug of Macon Ga,
were removed? It might comfort you a little around taxpaying time, Here. I I" the way DIM like '- -

however, to remember that every dollar you plunk out Is really onlytlttynlne String R..an.: I cook the benna'with 'I', were visiting with Hampton
friends, Tuesday of last week. Call on m for reliable ilrugand
cents! a piece of ham or bacon. Be- I I They were enroute to Daytona FRESH PRODUCE! ICE CREAM
fore they get cooked down to i I Beach for a two weeks vacation .health needs. at worthwhile ETC. !
I take some out when
LABORATORY announces the Invention of a greasy
A RESEARCH I Mrs. Katie Minton arrived *.vlll"". "'e prIde ourselves on
, knife blade, whirling at the speed of sound, that can shave a piece of tender. I put a dash of sugar on I I home Saturday after spending a CHICKEN I FEEDS !
them and a bit of vlnegir. He will the scrupulous exactness which Fresh Meats & !
The scientists believe Poultry
1 metal less than two millionths of an inch thick. eat them only that They are week with her friend Mrs B. P. .

J- title is the thinnest slice ever made by man, but they have obviously good.I way. ,I Walker, In Euatls. Mrs. Walker gown Into every single prescription

forgotten the guy who slices ham for those drug store sandwhlche. am out on the sun porch of Maryvtlle, Tenn., returned to we fill. WE INVITE YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE !
I her home on, Monday.
where It Is so cool. Don Is at the 1;I

INTERESTING; : 'INFORMATION' gleaned In weekend reading: Columnist store I am still thinking! about I thli Mrs.week Carl In Brown Jacksonville Is spending with PHONE 70 AGNES THOMAS ALTON DORBS JOE S. STARLING

Ed Durling says a man wearing a blue shirt will be stung bysix my enforced vacation wondering j
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Kntory Temple Avenue Starke Fla. Cashier Market
times as'many mosquitoes as the fellow wearing white': Quick when I will be called how long I I II Sparkman. Manager General Manager1

Gertrude toss those blue pajamas In the ash can. I will .tay, and If Don can take Mrs Ola M. Perkins Is staying ... .

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ily. star Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs T. W. Murkey TtIP,,<''tAY.
Mrs. Harry Baxter and daughter and Mrs. Resale Colson and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis and !
BROOKER of Jacksonville visited her children and Mr. and Mrs F. F". Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis Jr.. SUNNYBROOK LAWTEY\ CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION

By Iva.. Mac L.wls parents, Mr and Mrs. Wade Har- Flume of Starke were dinner of Jncksonvlll. and Mrs. Atha Sty \Vandn C'rby I11.. ""Ifr'hThtt
rell a few days last week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Q. B. Col- Starling of Qrnhiuni were dinner i |\.MOCO Gas & Oil Electric Welding]
Mr. and Mrs. Vernor Hunter son honoring his birthday Sunday.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Bax Revival at the Cavalry
Mrs. J. W. Brown and Mrs. H. and daughter, of Live Oak visited and Mrs. J. E. Hardee of ter Sunday.Mr. I Mrs. Loran Conner and daughter Baptist Mission is progressing!; according W..hlnc Greasing TII'.. Tube .t Batteries' Are

P. Beckham of Hawthorne visited Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sunday.Mrs. LaCrosse visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mr*. L.V.. Barry and Peggy, of Sylvester Ga. lire to the Pastor the Rev Sold ..n BUDGET: FLAN:
Mrs. R. F. Gano Thursday. Wilson Green evening. II visiting relatives this week It. Mat\ PHONE 147 FOR SERVICE
Lee Green of Gainesville Wednesday family visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C. A. E. Masscy. Rev. J. tux
Mrs. Eddie Browning of Plant visited Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Law. Wilson Green was In Gainesville I Deese and family of Branford Mrs. Vera Alston of Lake But of Macclenny Is the evangelist,
City and Mrs. Barney Andrews of horn Thursday on business Saturday. Sunday.Mr. ter was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and : HIDE FLORIDA GREYHOUND BUSSES
Lake City visited Mrs. E. J. Llllte Miss Wanda Deese of Sam Mott and Miss Mary Mott and Mrs. T. W. Markey William Crosby Friday I' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead are SI'KKI Mt'ET'OU'OltT: FfOXOMV: :
Lewis Thursday afternoon. I Branford is visiting Little Mlaa visited their slater Miss Alga vtnlted his sister Mrs. R. A. Jor- I Mr. and Mrs J. R. Kelly and enjoying a stay at Hot Springs,
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ellis and Jackie Barry this week. Prevatt in Valdosta, o a.. last don Charles Newmans were visiting Ark. Before going to Hot Springsthe .
In Jacksonville Wednesday \
children of Worthington Springs Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan, weekend. afternoon. I In Miami last weekend and were Whlteheads enjoyed a tour LEARN TO FLY the easy nau. Pay at

visited Mrs. Lottie Edwarda and Jr. of Sparr visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O.V.. Barry visIted Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown were I accompanied home by Kathryn of California. \\llou learn. Special charter trips and sight
son. Harry, Friday afternoon. Carol Adkinson and family Sun Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Robert Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Robert iwsicr of
Mrs. Mary Thomas of Jackson- day. Saturday attemoo In Gainesville. on business Friday I Vincent Kelly of Miami Is Jacksonville were' business visitors \\seeing trips by appointment. Phone 117.\

her villa spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. W Barry attended Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano and George, Hazen has returned 'spending a few weeks with relatives. In Lawtey last Saturday.Miss .
brother E. J. Lewis and fam Ada Edwards VisitInff .
Web- -
the Farmers Market In was
Mr. and Mrs. Myrlu Gano visited home after visiting B. J. Hazen
...-._- -- --------------- Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin In In Plant City and H. S. HazenIn | The Corinth B. T. U. had) an In Jacksonville\ for several
Waldp Sunday. Center Hill several days. I lice cream supper at the church days during this week.

I Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry visIted Mr. and Mrs. Elton Taylor And house Friday night. Miss Barbara Moore returnedto TRANSFER AND
her home here last Tuesday' R B ALVAREZ & SON
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Browning son visited Mrs. Bannle Mott I There will be a revival at Cor STORAGE CO.
from Henderson-vine, N. C.. where
In Starke Sunday. Sunday at Worthlngton.Mr inth Church beginning August 1
I Mr and Mrs. Leslie Green and And Mrs O. J. Mott and I Ichlldrt'n I The speaker will be Rev David she had been visiting with herbroth..r
children were In Gainesville shopping of Rnlford visited Mrs.I Thomas from Stetson University and slster-ln-lavv Mr and tie operate loral

Saturday. Bonnie Mott Sunday. Everyone welcome. Mm. J. 'v''. Thomas. rf/!!/!!; .V long ill-Mm
II Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dukes of Mr and Mrs. Fred Hazen of a.J..1: : t"I'\ ri",'*'' '- I Mrs T..1. Trrry and Mr Joyce,
Lake Butler1 were dinner guests Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. : Flitch and children, Marv Julia -gLitHa anywhere In t'.l.!
I Helped fill Prescription of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes Ralph Hazen Sunday. ; and Ralph were week lid 1 ptu: >st'"*
your NEW RIVERAND txctu.ts'r: : :
Sunday. Mr. And Ittra. Sanford Rltrh and of Mrs. Terry's slater. Mrs J. L

Mr and Mrs. Gene Long of son, Gene, visited Mr. and Mrs LONG immr.K; Jones, In Ormond Bcndi: 5 sronxr.r.;
Starke visited Mr. and Mrs.\ Eu-! L. A. Brown :Saturday; afternoon I Ky Mr: Y.. A. Sapp Mrs. H. C. Kelly: returned to % .
!gene;; Long Sunday. enroute to North and South Car. her home here last Saturday } ; .'.\( ILITir.SSec !
I I Iu Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mott spent olina on a vacation trip. rU"III11':1I1II1It11''':! '"'''''II'' from Tallahassee. where she i nt.
Friday night with Mr and Mrs. Mra. Everett Oalney and Chll-I I Mr. and Mra. Meadows Anderson tended the first term of Sumner Ajjents. For -

I J Hamp Connely In Ocala. dren are visiting; her. and children of Delund' were j school at F.S U. DelcherBros.
Rev and Mrs. C. B Norris of South Carolina. I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Granger The Vacation Bible School at us first!
Worthington Springs visited Mr. Mrs Eva Harrell has returned Sunday. the Methodist Church will clone '
I and Mrs. Buster Rahn and Mr. home after a visit In Tampa and I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll of today (Friday). They hay! hud
several other points In the south Jacksonville were visiting!! Mr. and :>n average/ attendance of 'to
It ern part of tho state.Sidrley Mrs. Ira Merritt Sunday. Mr. and, Mrs. O.V Honor's

t Ann Parker visited Mnr.\ / Bill Williams'' of Lake Butler hail. ns their guests List: Sunday
('11KAV Hazen In Starke lastweekend. visited Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews Mr and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox of
Saturday night. ... C. \\'. I
Marvin Ogdon and Jacquelyn Rev end lIfl. Gldil'ntfS
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody. attended SP/Kt:
Ogdon of Pompano visited Mrs. were buslnem visitor to Oalnmvlllo -
L. L.. Parker Monday afternoon. the tobacco sales In Lake last Friday While there Rev HAVE YOU
Mrs. Earl Green and daughters City Tuesday Cilddlngs; enrolled. for work In the I r:
/ Shirley and Linda' visited Bobbie Crews and David South- second session of summer school HEARD )''A4IYOt
erlnnd motored over to Union ..
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton of at the ITnlvrrsltv.Mr. .
r Waldo Sunday.You City :Sunday; afternoon. I and Mrs. \V 11 Kdwnr l Miss Cosctte of Jacksonville '
are Invited to attend the Jr., and children Billy and AII"Iln.rl'IlIrl'lp.1 ,
d Revival which will be held at the Is visiting her parents. Mr to their home In AtlAnta I
and Mrs. E. A. Sapp this weekLong after vlHltlna, relilives -
Baptist Church beginning next n"t Sumliiv' ; -
week. Dr. Gamble of Lakelandwill Bridge Church was filled In Lnwtey for savriil days -
with folks who came to nee tl.e Mrs I.IHIiin Pence of T.ttlnhnnsi'p..
t' .. lam.li be the speaker.
Everyone In Invited to attend picture of the Missing Christians and Mrs\ Ruth Kramr- of I, <'I'! .
THE ONLYDEFENSE Cottage Sunday night. Everyone enjoyedthe sonvill<> were vlaltlng their ni.'e"Mrs. .VJ
!; Prayer Meeting, which I
I will be held at the home of Mr. message It brought.Mrs. \ Sarn Cildillngs/\ last Hnturilty
I IWHIM R. T. Bardin of Canal
and Mrs O. W. Thomas Friday and Sunday. i
her brothers
Point Is visiting Mrs. Joyce Futch Is homo after
night.We are sorry to report that E. A. and M. J. Sapp for a few I attending' Summer' :School; at I the lW..Jt"Yo/hr. 4cwr b
you bring a prescription to us to b. fllltd, our pharmacists I little Martha Is days M. J. Supp Is very sick at University or Florida for the first
Long confined to
against Windstorm is tills writing. ;; hG /.5 1b t/"vr.r #*
upon tile host of tho world's rasourcts for tho fc omV" Shadycrest Hospital In Starke. section I teim.Mr.
Insurance to pay for We wish her a speedy recovery.We The tanners of this arc I and Mrs. Nell Jovni-r anti acctsa'1z h d' /ifrrl1aL4.
Ingrodttnts which wo skillfully compounded Into yourodjclno. are glad to .welcome Mr. very busy grading tobacco and fnmily of Slurke .attended J'hui'i.'hat *t
thedamageltcauses.See hauling to the market at Lake' 'I i
the Church lint !PunIn
and Mrs. J. A. Parker to our town nuptial -
Perhaps IM thousand pooplo hon helped to gather, pro<<- Us! He will be the Principal of our City. The market opened Tues- I V.

os sad purify tile dreg that coma from all ever tho globo to .. I Junior High School next term.A the day sales and everyone on opening Is pleaded dny.. with M,. and Mis. O., F.: :Strlrklnnd;
large crowd of people attended of lAlnesvllle vl..I",1I'M.! Btnekland't -
combined by our pharmacists t* exactly fit your Moods.KOCH .. Charley E. Johns the Primitive Baptist Big mother Mra. T J. Terry
Annual Meeting which was held Recent BirthsBirths last :Siinilnv.; I /eStSlIC Yr!
Agency at Rock Church last weekend. The l.iiwtev l Four-ll Club (fllilol
Phono IS STAKKH. FLA. as recorded this week at met with :'IIH" n DRUG STOREPHONE Shadycrest Hospital .were: ppmrtiiHtrrttlonnent.' on the GI/VII
t Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Eugene; school campus for their rcpiilnr .ri !
I (.; iv,"UI riiKiir ('U i iir. mi tI>POIM. Perry of Starke, a girl VancBB monthly meeting last Moml.iy: nt'>
53 I '" ,... 1I.:II Y. on. July ]8. lernonn. 1 iaoj BFEe
j q.prw.ntlna THE TRAVELERS Hartford Trust Herbert'1'.RIfU"1,1'iimon hunter Hunter' Plaintiff, .r..n.\.nl.. VK. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Milton Mr.' nnd ]Mrs. Hniirre. Cox and YIIY

.e.__.________.________._... CUHO Nn. 7401oitnrcu Poppcll of Perry, a boy, Milton Mr. and Mrs. nd !Ilobnn of J. cksonvllle
--- OP' PIT'1'f.T'OAS Wayne, on July 18. were. weekend. guests. !/ 01 i t
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8TATK OP ..IHIIto: Herbert Mr. and Mrs William Henry Mrs Paul Dlnklns .-....
l.tmrnnn Hunter whom rfHlilunr' Walters of Starke, a boy William Mrs Louln belle Moore of F'lnnl
and address: IK, t.nl'in; : rtollvlu." JX IREWINO COMPANY JACKSONVILLE I ILOAIOA
>q irs You are riMinlrnl. .to ni>iii. >nr on Henry Jr. on July 23. Pity wa-i visiting friends end rrl.i
August 12lh. ISIS, In the HhnVD Mr. and Mrs Ezra Jo'rank11. r the week
lives! in Lnwtry during
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: : IVI.irriiith Hhiill ntihllHli' I :tltlH Mary Phyllis, on July 21.
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s 1I6fJOS at I'M1)' "Starke, Florida. 'thin' July 13th Harris of Starke a boy, James NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU T-R-Y

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FRIDAY JULY 29. 1MKcttl'lenre <

.. v YWA Study Course Dorothy Mae Lloyd. I Sorority Executive Birthday Party Methodist CirclesTo Birthday Party

) Held At KingsleyThe Weds In Orlando Here To Organize For Lucille McRae Meet MondayThe For Bill Green
"" \\". Y. A. of the Baptist Local Chapter Miss Lucille McRae was!'! hon- WSCS of the Methodist Laat Saturday afternoon m

Church met at Strickland's LandIng ored on her thirteenth birthday church will have Its regular pro- three o'clock at his home on Walnut
Mm,. William Dottle Alexan-
":-- '. J on Kingsley Lake! for Its study der of Miami and( Atlanta) Ga., anniversary Saturday. night, July gram and social meeting next St., Bill Green, son of Mr and

= course last Thursday night, July Field Executive for Beta Sigma 23, with a party given at the Monday, August 1, at 3:30: p.m. Mrs. Lex Green, was honored with
21. home of her Mm. Marian Bertha
y Phi Sorority, is In Starke for the sister Circle One, with Mrs la I petty celebrating his sixth,
Polly Mann O"'e In the absence of the president, purpose of organizing a chapter Crawford, on Church Street. Pearce as leader, will be enter
Phone 113W: Editor I'hono 20 I Miss Dolores!< McKnight, Miss here. Twelve friends of the young home of Mrs. A. I birthday anniversary.
tained at the
Geraldine Shaw, vice president, honoree shared the occasion with Twenty-five friends of the honor
.,,, - ----- Mrs. Alexander has just returned VV. Anderson, Sr., on Nona St.
presided.' I her. Games were enjoyed through j guest attended. Bingo was played
from Cuba where she founded the
WMS Holds Frazer Shaw the out the evening and use.. Mars Titus Olson will be co-hos-
Miss Audrey Moore Baptist Mrs taught first Latin America chapter In many throughout the afternoon and
young ladles from the Y. W C ..p ful and lovely gifts were received. tess. rain started the
will the
Kite Mission StudyA Havana. She return to San when children -
Weds L. J. Jr. Manual, and the duties of the different by Mills McRae. : Circle Two with Mrs. L. D.
del Valle Cuba
Diego and to Car- went Into the house and
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey R. Moore mission study for the Wo- officers were stressed acus, Venezuela when her work Tasty refreshments were served Green as loader, will be entertained listened to records.
truer Missionary Society of thuFirst throughout the course. here Is finished. "' the guests to conclude the gay at the homo of Mrs. L. D. I
of Starke announce the manlagcf held After the helpful and informational I atfalr.AsalstlnA'. Pink and green were the colors
Baptist church was She states that Beta SigmaPhi onV.. Madison Street.
Ruth, Vining !
Audrey to decorate
their daughter used tastefully the
from 10 o'clock in the .
Tuesday meeting the members attending I Mrs. Crawford wan the
has over 70,000 members and Mrs C. E. Hernwall will be co- ,
8, to L. J. Kite, cake and Ice-treani served the
on Friday morning until three that afternoon honor guest's mother, Mrs. Bar
Jr., sot of Mr. and Mrs. teeter at the home of Mrs. F. B. swimming enjoyed a picnic auppM'and 3,000 chapters, 60 of which are ney McRAe. hostess. guests at the end of the party

J. Kite, Sr. of Starke. Beard on Klngsley Lake. Potted In Florida, with the others located Circle Three with Mrs. J. R.// Assisting Mrs. Green with the 1

Brad- plants and summer flowers made throughout the IT. S., Canada, WOW NoticeCamp Wainwright us leader, will be party were: Miss Mary. Rivers ,
Mrs. Kite graduated from attractive decorations.The Junior WomenTo England, Scotland, Japan. Hawaii tertained at the home of Mrs.en-I Stubblns, Mrs. Leslie Shepherd

ford High School last June. Mr. study course entitled, "The Meet Aug. 4thThe I, 4 Alaska, and Cuba. She says that Commander Orrlc Andrews H. Slade at Klngaley! Lake and Mrs. J. R. Kite. I
', Kite Is In the pulpwood business Apontlo of the Chilean Frontier"was Beta Sigma Phi is the largest has called special meet-

The wedding was held at Bt. taught by Miss Betty' Smith Junior Woman's Club will ";;1.1 sorority in the world, being International ing of the WOW for Friday I II 1

Mark's Epiacopal Church with of Itradenton. Miss Smith, a recent -,hold its regular monthly meeting ... : In scope. She describes night, July 29, at 8 o'clock In the III/I! / STORE ;Men's Clothing 1 11

Rev. B. E. Simmons officiating Junior graduate College of, Mars Is doing Hill (N..work C.) next Thursday evening, August 9w..tJ.1Iit" -'- .f 1 and it Is being servicing of "a nature cultured, ,uniting social, secretary Woodman, Hull A W. Masters, I ALVAULiL Established 1891 .

The newlyweds went on a short with the Home Mission Board this 4, at 8:00: p.m. at the Club House young women in fellowship and I
,. 1
wedding trip to Thomosville, Ga summer before entering the University HoHtesfles will be Mrs. Ralph Alvarez friendship through Its planned

The young couple will be at of Florida In the fall Miss Louise Stern, Mind ...;::: ,.' 1"/-1-/;. programs with its ultimate aim ,
home to friends after August 10 The Interesting and entertain Mr. and of making an art of living."
Klma Lee HIckey, and Mrs. Car Mrs. Joseph Wltting.j 1
in their home next door to Mr. ing meeting was enjoyed by 21 Mrs. Alexander states that a lt ANI I AGI
son Roberts A musical recital ton are pictured above they F
Kite: Sr. on the Brooker Road. ndlps. A covered dish luncheon member of outstanding women are .
.f and swimming: were added feature has been planned as the programfor 'cut the wedding cake at the reception I affiliated with the sorority including AJV&4I .

Thomas-Donn of the gathering. the evening. I'' given following their mar I Eve Curie OHa Johnson, 1
,riage on April 31 at the home of Mildred Seydell Dorothy Can- 1J

Miss Nettle Bee Donn and N. the bridegroom's brother and sis field Fisher, and Countess de Fete
D. Thomas were quietly married ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Allen who came to this country with t

Friday night at the home of tho Whittington in Orlando. the French Friendship train. I
groom's sister Mrs. Lois New- The bride Is the former Miss Mrs. Alexander attended Brenau ANN PAGE FOODS ?q 1t 1t

mans, by the Rev. Windell Witte, Dorothy Mae Lloyd, daughter of College In Gainesville, Ga., stu- I
pastor of the Corinth Church. Mrs. W. E. Goodman of Starke, died at the Georgia State College/; .. ,
The bride chose for her weddinga and a senior In Bradford High for Women In Milledgeville, Ga. I -

lovely gray dress with black \\'."U, folk I'm beginning/; water kept getting In their way School. They will make their homeIn and the University of Georgia In .PP8P.f Z;
to wonder If Call Street Is reverting They've already eaten the I Orlando where Mr Whittlng Athens. During World War II 1
accessories. Immediately following held to type, or If It's just the hot 12-pound bass that Red caught, ton Is engaged In business. she was a Civil Air Patrol Pilot "Super Wlthtn Quality Heavy Western Beef ;1I I
r the wedding a reception was I
weather that's making us see all though: Hear that C. M. stationed in Atlanta. pen Page )1'I I
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Newman
for the wedding guests who these strange things Remember I Turney has been ordered to the Open House Event She Is stopping at the Magnolia ROUND STEAK, 16. 69c
consisted of the Immediate families last week I reported I Shadycrest Hospital for an all- Enjoyed At LibraryForty Hotel and requests that if there Salad I.
turtle' nonchalantly out he Dressing
of the couple. The glimpsing a rest-up Hope geta are any former members of Beta
meandering down the middle of back In circulation for he'li CHUCK ROAST lb. 45c
living and dining rooms were I soon participants in the B. H. Sigma Phi here to please contact : - \
beautifully decorated with sum Call Street? Well, a few certainly be missed In tho Rotary 'S. Summer' Library Program entertained her there. FISTS: QUARTS c
days later Mr. Nat Williams comes I Club and by the Presbyterian their mothers and friends I t
mer flowers, and the dining table :
by with dead quail that he Friendship Class, which he teaches ,ALL MEAT STEW lb. 53c 22c
was covered with a linen cloth. > a I I at Open House on Friday, July 22. I MARCIA JUNIOR 40c
picked up In the street around so capably L. A. Davis and The spacious room was beauti- ,
After a short wedding trip the by Starke Dry Cleaners! .I ISe..ma (I Dr. W. B. Parks were also takento
will be at home fully decorated with drawings\ and BY LADY FAIR
young couple Fresh GROUND BEEF. lb. 39c
that the befuddled bird hospitals Wednesday following artistic work which the children t
with In Starke.ENCHANTMENT.
new out from the Baptist Church sudden Illnesses had done. Of special Interest were BEAUTY SHOP r

property ,where all the construction the booklets illustrating summer ..Park Mpratt Grade ".\." Ann Page
work Is going on, and stunned Not that Charles Mooney Is a reading which the children had .1l
itself' by flying Into the glass ofan peroxide blonde these days-another ,accomplished. I - 40c
auto parked near by And victim of this growing fad Grape Jam
D I C Committees were as follows: IIF
AaRSTARKE now, to cap the climax, comes among the young bloods DecorationsRay Williams, L''n- (Jack :Npratt;, Tender
FL': Macon King reporting that nho Grace Osborne leaves this week I lb jar :2 lb. Jar })I
ell Docld. and Pat Hobbs, Re- Smoked Shankless PICNICS Ib 40c
found a possum with ten babies :end to join Ted In Texas, and was ,
In her backyard tother day the honoree at a farewell fish fr..shments--Lllrille Green, MaryR. 19c 35c I
Stubblns, Jackie Hobbs Julia :
Seems the critter had so many supper at Nasworthy's on Kings-\ Lawson, and Constance Jones.! JI.-rl>wn'" orange Band "
chillun they couldn't all get In ley Thursday! night Elsie I I -
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back> And to think that all Is away National Guarding, spent their guests by drawing Impromptu 1 I
I.un..Mon..Turn.' Jul. 31-Aug.1 r
sketches of things which the Ann Page
this la happening just as we were the weekend with Margie Dowllng .
branded n..t Grade
David Nlven. Teresa Wright Beginning to believe that Starke All the disc jockles are play- Library Program reminded themof. .

Also Shorts was Retting right citified ing "It's Cold Outside", but Harley rArh WHITE BACON, Center Cut, lb. 29c PEANUT BUTTER 1t 1n,
Now I guess If things get any Strong says they're absolutely The Library program which has I
Wed.' Thurti., Aug. 3, 4 wilder around here the Indians wrong--It's hot outside! AndI been in session since the close of 1 lb. jar 35c
DOUBLE FEATURE: will take over again guess he's absolutely right school will end on Friday, July t llllt'k Frozen e
1st Lt. Chas. S. Partin (tin non- 20th. The library will open for RED PERCH FILLETS, lb. 33c Itt!
I REMEMBERMAMA] Judging/ from report" I get, the military life principal of BHS) school students when school starts + ID W f SO
the Appreciation Day drawings I left Monday to do his Reserve on August 22nd.AldermanClay. Pale Il l-
"P. itttitioa. then.. Th.'......
be M U (lulek l'rll1.'n'Headless
must going over with a bam Corps stint at Fort Benning I lI
Dot Kppe-rson (Mrs. W. J.. .Trs.. Partin and Buster will spend mgt than think win k4 to teti"! & Dressed WHITING 1b. 19c PORK & BEANS ,
Irene DIIIIIK, G<-<>. StevennALSO ,
Jr.) reports that upon! arriving the time with, relatives In Grace- !>o

home Wednesday afternoon from vllle while he's away Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Aldermanof I_ _ _ _ 16 oz. can lOc
a visit with her mother In Jacksonville Grandin announce the engagement LAJ:1: ( fAIR FEAUTY SHOP
Me & Mv PatLaurel I/ she found the followingnote / And new. If you'll excuse me, of their daughter, Lorene. ttow Vtre BEAUTY' SERVICE
from NT colored< maid: 1'no I'll try to get rid of a few of these to: Tommy Clay, son of Mrs. R. BV SENIOR OPERATORS I I
& Hardy : gone;( to the treasure cheit. I'll heat kinks In' Kingsley So T. Clay of Hastings, and the late C'AC'L\: ST AT RAILROAD JEWEL OIL
he back and finish my ironing long See you In the next Mr. Clay The marriage will bean .FDA'APPOINTMENT/ \ PHONE !e
Fi-U Hat., \1111( 9, 8
when It's over." Margaret -Carolyn event of late August f I
Burdette called me In to are the '
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Rory C'arlton. Audrey LongSTONE ful, and seem to catch the atmosphere Only$39.95Casll.

ALSO I of the Orient Judging \ California JUMBO IDEAL DOG FOOD

OF from the elaborate preparations CANTALOUPES (very large) 23c
now going on, the supper
will be super For A BigBeautiful I 2 for 25eCulit'ornla
SILVER CREEK ABC Washer Vine-Ripened

Guess. that Noble Mnxwell Isn't, I '
With Back Jones HONEY DEW l\IELONS 33c
the only one with sn "eggstrnor- I
Also C'otncily A. Serial dlnary story to tell (see thldW1'ek' I Ajax CLEANSER
----- -- -- Farmer's Dlnrv) F.r- ON DISPLAY AT OUR STOKE; -
----- ------ i New CropYellow
vlna Rennolds (Mrs. It. A.) dropped I E
In Tuesday to report that ONIONS 3 lb. lIe
1\1 EN' S her Poll Parrot, a dignified matronof You Can Save $60.00IF I ,

40 years, laic two eggs week
WORKCLOTHESOveralls before last! Krvlna says that I Large South Carolina Elberta
she's heard of such YOU HAVE; THE
things happening LUX t
/: in ZOOM, but It's definitelynews i PEACHES, 5 lb. - 39c FLAKES

at her house Hear thatL.
M. Gaines who has been attending LUCKY KEY I Large Box 26e
\ the Radio & Tell'vl"lon'nlltltutl' ''l.arge'ushed California White Rose

] In Jacksonville for
) Were $3.75 past, four months, la going to t"1 ,! -- 2Sc
some real-life experience {

ning Monday He'll broadcast HERE'S HOW YOU WIN Montana Fresh LIFE'.. BUOY SOAP
I for one minute over WIVY. Jacksonville -

3.25HOY'S at 3:1A: : p m. for five RED RIPE CHERRIES, lb. 29c 2 Bath Size 2Ie
days Look out Arthur God- 3"TThe: FIRST 200 ladies who come to our store will

frey! .
each receive a sealed key!! (HURRY FOR YOURS!) Sew York State (48's( )

HOY'S Hnnatnr ("u rl..y .Ioh,," H how-- PASCAL CELERY 2 bunches 19c LUX
Ing/: off n snapshot received from D"F- The FIRST KEY to unlock the padlock on the ABC

ex-C..ll"treeter Van Carclen. showing -
; :: OverallsWtre his 4 1-2:! month. old daughter WASHER will receive this outstanding value! Cuban\ AVOCADOS each lOc 2 for 2Ie
a Jane The Gardens are
$2.69! residents Washington now D-F-'" YOU may have the LUCKY KEY!
Bill & A lyre Graham left Sunday"

NOW for a leisurely two-weeks vnratlnn COSTS NOTHING !
to try Swan Regular] Bar
with no particular destination

k 2.49Men's In mind .First. stop ,"'11.' lona FLOUR, s. r., 25 lb. 1.39
St. Augustine, where they fished PADLOCK WILL BE UNLOCKED WEDNESDAY 3 f for 23e I
a couple of diivs, then on to seethe
I folks In Kustls, and "where Wht. Hse. MILK, 3 tall or 6 sm. 34c

from there" they wouldn't know NIGHT AUG. 3rd 8:00 P.M. AT OUR STORE 1
I The Bill( Randalls and 1 family :
Work Shirts |of Tampa are staying with the DEXO: 1 lb can 26c; 3 lb. can 71c RINSO (Large)
lOaham children at the lake COME AND BRIKG YOUR KEY !

NOW $1.50 I Incidentally, hear that Bill Randall -
Jr.) plans. to become a "Bro Bright Sail Bleach: qt. 11c; = gal. 21c 26c

ther Rat" at VMI next fall .

BOY'S SHIRTS COlli"! ".....' ItirMy' llntl round Furniture Our Own TEA, 1.4 lb. - 25c
Were .
$1.39 HART
town lat weekend and hear that Cashmere Bouquet

NOW $1.19 he'a on his way to Jacksonvilleto Fruits for Salad, No. 2% can 49c i J
Interne on the Times-Union for
I a month before returning to CompanyCALL 3 Regular] Size 23e

. OaineHVllle to head up a T-U news
Sullivan'sDRY bureau for thla thriving section

of ,Florida Red & Thelma
ST. Slarke Fla. PHONE 80
Alvarez returned aftera
Monday IIALM0LIVERegular:

GOODS ellon week's fishing Thelma vacation says they at didn't Dun. FREE PRIZES OPEN HOUSE FREE PRIZES !

147 West Call Street catch as many as they should Bar 7c

have b.rmme hyacinths that were .... - - .. - .. '
Starke. Fla. being! cut loose farther up the' .., _ _n_ _ _15<1II 1-._ ._ __ 11 a & -




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Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nuss- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jxudon visited > Mr. and Mm. A. F. Suul* had Uniform Hunting Season For All Florida mission qualifications will be allowed

baum and son are spending this relatives In Tampa and attended aa their weekend guest Mr. I to extend. the sesson.
home Siml's diiiiffhter Mra Evelyn S. Adopted By Commission For First Time
month with Mrs. Nussbaum's mother a family reunion at the Daily bug limits of game w-
Mrs. B. Jacobs at Kingsley of Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Jaudon ot Bcrnat and chJldrcn Miss Mary buck 1 X
deer wild
Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jack William Brandon Sunday. I Ann and Bobble Maddrix of FoitLuuderdulo. I history For the the first State time lame In Florld.i and J Feb. I, will be restricted to gob- quail 10: cut: squirrel turkey.12; and;

and children who were with Mr. Mr and Mrs. C. A. Jenkins and l. [ biers in all districts. However, fox squirrel. 3. The season bag::
I 1"'l'e'HhVatpr
Jacobs during July have returnedto family of Jacksonville\ were visitIng S,.1c on df,,ss fahrir. :V.!9e t ;per{'Tuesday. Fish Commission on I turkey hunting will be closed In limit WQ.Slet at 2 buck di-er sail
I 10
July uniform -
their home In Gainesville. J. L. Silcox Monday and Tuos- yard at STUMP'S: STORE.Mr. :. statewide hunting adopted season a I Alnchua, Bradford, Clay, Hardee 4 wild tuo'k..y.Humin" .

,-.--.-.- -,-- '-- Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Stewart and Mra.and... day.Mrs. and Mrs. Sum Anderson with the same hunting days In Hernando, Sarasota' and Union I: dates and bug limit
/family of Baxley Ga. IlawHon J. Davis left Tues have as their guests this week
each of the state's five I
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green'sdaughter Mr. and Mrs.: Gnrl Matthews M. A. Hart of Surrency. Ga. spent day for a several I week's visit M-Sgt. and Mrs. Cecil Tolbot of districts. conservation Counties. anti In parts of Columbia on duck geese and other migratory

Gayle visited Mias Gail have had as their guests this week Sunday at Klngslcy Lake with with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. deck In Ell: Pallo. T..xlIs.I and Baker Counties and Col- birds will be set in the near

Moore In Lawtey last weekend. their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W H. Hart. Mrs. Seymour Ill. The Cleeks will be I The. five-man board selected iimbln and Suwannee Counties future hy the Federal Govern
Mra. Tate Gassntt I
:Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Alvarez returned Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Matthews and I Hart remained for a longer visit remembered!' as former tenants at I is spending Nov. 22 as "opening day" on all that are closed to deer hunting. ment.
the with her Hon-ln-law\ I II
Monday after spending a little daughter Patsy, of Atlantic 'with her son and daughter-In-Iaw'j the Duvis' home during the war I and summer daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wallace -I legal game, leaving the first six [ Quail and squirrel season was

week fishing at Dunellon.Dr. Beach. I SALE': on years while Mr. Cleek ;.was stationed Carson, In Pittsburgh Pa. (days of the season open to huntIng I I set for Nov. 22 to Feb. 1 all over Mrs. Herbert Rltch spent Sun

and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton Mrs.\. L. A. Canova and :Mrs. '7.03: and 8.93-Now 2.93 and 4.95. at Blanding. The Davis' but closing Mondays Tuesdays' I the state. However In the Third day at Jacksonville Beach. Her

had as their guest Monday, Mrs. jTom Harding are attending a dis- S.MAKT: 81101>1'1'':. daughter Mrs. L. F. Smith, Jr. Mra. Bonnie :J.: Carter with home the I and Fridays thereafter.Another .i District all well-estnbliahed quail sister, Mrs. Bvwlyn Cooper of

Middleton's brother Ernest L.Dowllng I Jlrict P. T. A. meeting in Jacksonville I Irvin Robbins will return Mon. will keep house for Mr. Davis in improvement specialist first on conservation I plantations which meet State Gainesville returned to stay with
of Jacksonville.\ Mrs. Middle today. day after a week's vacation at St. Augustine while her mother office of Home DemonstrationWork I records wall the banning, of the Came and Fresh Water Fish Com her that night;

ton's sister, Mrs.: Mae Jones: Mrs. Peggy Tillle Shaller and I his home In Gainesville. Is in the north. Mr. Smith is taking last In Tallahassee wa with conferring MissDorothy taking of turkey hens. all over tho I
Jacksonville\ is visiting her Coiner Perryman has returned Forestry Training in Way- Saturday state. The comnUnsion also reduced
HHO! of daughter. Peggy accompanied by Rosa home demonstrationagent
thU ;week. :Miss June Hirll: and Pat McGriff from the University of Florida in cross, Ga. until August 8 when the quail dally bag limit
I Gainesville where attended the : for Bradford County. from 12 to 10 bird.
Friends will be Rlad to hear spent, Sunday at Jacksonville\ Mrs. Smith will join him In Lump-
I first session of summer school. lie I been 101.\L.: on SmntiHT, MHM-H. \\erp Nov. 22 to Jan. 5 was set as the
that Q. J. McGriff l Is getting; Beach. I kin Ca. where he has assigned Pelican Club
I lis with his parents the E. K. 7.1)3) niul H.II.1' -N,.w 2.0.311<1 4.IIH eason for hunting buck deer
nicely\ after a recent operation a forestry position.A
along Mrs. Alton Dobbs
Mr. and were I Perrymans at their home on -SM: .\KT !SIIOrPK.Mlaa ':. "with one or more antlers/ not
In the Alachua County Hospital. and & It Radio Batti-rli-H $5.0.1.
guests last Thursday of Mr. I
of leaa
Klngsley Lake. Kllnoro Durshlnicr than live Inches long: In
Mrs. Lex Green and Pat Mrs. Eddie Murrhec In Milliard SEE Farm Home & Auto SupplyiHfore I"arni. 11"1111'"tn, Supply. Washington D. C spent several the second! ,district fleer huntingwill tliglmiiy' t 1(1( 3 :Ml. from* Stilrkf on lilnlL"I,')' IM.IOIttind. .

McGriff visited} him there Tues Shirley Ann Parker was a recent jou IIY! TIKES. CWKltl.( Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. Anderson d.iva with her brother and ulster- I \ bo prohibited for an intlefinI\ I I Offers the best- ill lining amcmui"
day night. Mr*!. McGriff is staving guest of Marcia Kay Hazen. .Jr.. returned Saturday from a I/OH "
$1I.Di: pint tux./ in-law. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durshlmer ite period of years/ in Gilchrint
with her mother Mrs. Y. A. Mrs. Truman King, and sons two-week's vacation trip to Washington Monday through
Dr. and Mrs.. A. W. Quillian of last wpe k.Ht'rb..rt Alaclum Bradford. Clay anti UnIon Saturday night.We .
Harris. In Gainesville during her Brian Malcolm. and Wesley returned D. C. Philadelphia Pa.,
Columbus. GIleft Wednesdayafter Megan will be back at : Counties; nut) In that part <.t
)tl1' band's illness. last Saturday after spend. visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. H. New York City and Pittsburgh/ the A & P Monday after a vacation Baker and Columbia Counties Invite! You To Come C Out To :Sund.iv; Dinner.Altsotiitely .

Mrs. Rene Garcia and daughter Ing six weeks with Mrs. King'd: Slade for several days. Dr. Quil Pa. They were accompanied by [ at Brooklyn Lake. south of U S. Highway:: W( from NO flEER.: On Sundays.!
Vivian left Saturday for Chicago sister, Mrs. Cecil Jones In Nashville Miss Frances Ca Id well of the
I,lian is pastor at the Rose Hill Mrs H. A. Rogers and daughter Jacksonville to Lake City. and
JIto\ visit her brother-in-law and Tenn. and her mother, Mrs. Methodist Church in Columbui.Mrs. State Farm. I will return Sunday toVps that part (if Columbia and Si,. OUR SUNDAY; IHNNKIJ :SPKCfAI.; : SI.S5:)

sl lpr. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Mon. A. McDougall in Memphis, Tenn. Bertha Pearce Is In Winter Mr. And Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonhad Pilm; Bench after having/! spent wannee Counties south nnd l
relit for two weeks while Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sullivan Haven for a brief visit with rela I as their guests last week\ Mrs. I]' a month with Mra. Claude John of State Highway 217 from Luke I (.O( TAIL

riarcia is on maneuvers with the find as their dinner guests Sunday, I Lloyd Albert and son. Lynn of I I Mr. and Mrn. L U. Morgan Jr.. City to th! u\\8nn"I' River I Tomato or iraM-fmlt| 'I utiecS

Florida National Guard at Fort Mr. and Mrs. Carl VVlmberly of tives.Mr.. and Mrs. E. M. Davis had Bradenton. Mr. Albert visited of Sparr spent the weekend' with The Statewide, Turkey "allon'l I

Jackson. S. C. Gainesville. as guests last weekend Mr Davis' I them on Saturday and his family h'a parents Mr. and Mra IU continuing from Nov 22 until j jFUot tI.I)
friends will be interested jI I'ututo l.rtliirpi .Tomato, or C'limMiiatloii
Her fir. E. Clapp of Tallahassee brother returned to Bradonton with him.
and stster-ln-law, Mr. and 'Morgan i Sr. On Sunday the MorIgana I
tn know that Miss Audrey Carlisle spent last .weekend with Mr. and I Mrs. Bruce DavIs of Arcadin I Mrs. 'V. J. Epperson and children -i went to Brooker to be with I IIO.KK: OK KNTItl.K:= : ::

started work at Alachua Mis. Alton Dobbs. Dr. Clapp was Mrs. Davis' two ulsters. Mis. Pauline Mary Sue and Sally Ann Mrs. Morgan'a mother, Mrs. Mel- Don't I lluki'd ('hl'k"n.Uro'.hllC

County Hospital in Gainesville\ substitute minister at the Pine Stone and Miss Mamie Anderson ,spent a few days last week with vln McKlnney.Ciront : Bother' M. I I"m lluknl Virginia' Hum Iliirlx-i-ned Herf <>r I'.irk

this week. Level Church Sunday. and their friend Mra. George ;Nfrs. F.pperson's parents, Mr. and Mule lAwn Mn\t.*..... hull. \ Dust.d wHit' "Fried Shrimp Fried Chicken
STAR RAND work shoes A & B Radio Batteries' $:J.9iS. L. Thomas. all\ of Archer. Mrs. R. L. Richard In Jackson I I bearing, a'lf-slu*rpcning. $I l1I.U.t at \1KT.\IU.KH: :! Miol.-e.. of Tuu

& dress shoes at STUMP'S.Mr. I"a mi. IlonM' & Auto Supply. 20% off on Raincoat at the 'ville. Mills Mattllane Perdue returned 1 I'urni Home & A iti, > Supply PUtVEJDDT" ('....on"." Anpimtgiis: n'c',1" Corn O'ltrl.-n
and Mr. H. L. Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. Vascal V. Hazen Ron nil* Uonnle. with them to spend several 1\11" Jackie Strickland who Is 'I'I.1e'1I U'ttflle Fried I'otatoewDKSSKKT '

hud 'a't dinner guests WednesdayMr. had as guests Thursday of last Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal" returned dave with Mary Sue. I working in Jacksonville visited '

and Mrs. J. M. Stith and week Mrs. Hazen's grandparents last weekend from an extended ;Materials for hack-to-school her parents Mr. and JIll'''. Clayton : :
Stith of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. McDavid and : I leo C'reiun. ('''Ito' or lee hut 1'1.! .
Miss Marjorie Deland. visit In the mountains of :I [tlrp!"se & "shirts., : Strickland, this weekend.Mr. .
The Stlths were on their way to her mother, Mrs. J. H. Sowell.of North Carolina and north Georgia. I Miss Joan Jenkins STU\IP'S'I, I ] and Mra. T. F. Hullo of Hot lea Ito v Rails. Coffee fir TrMH'c

ICen tucky. LaCrosse and her uncle; S.V.. They are spending this week at Madge Brownlee spent Sunday Jacksonville were Sunday guosta .lelf'S 'IM 0" specialize in private parties. Make

Miss Jncqtielyn Ogden and Mar Goolsby, of Miami. Jacksonville Beach. sod Monday\. in Jacksonville with I I of their parents Mr. and Mrs.
vin Ogdcn of Pompa Beach Mr. and Mrs. Truman King and' Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick spent Miss Betty Ann Flynn who Is attending I L. S. Hutto. Their son .Franklin, : CAT OWNCRSi To riil your Ml KOIFNONB nf this>n Pulvei
were visiting\ Mr. and Mrs. Vas- family spent Sunday In Palatkivisiting last weekend with their soninlawand : Massey Business College'I' remained. with the Hutto family Powder.Spccul'y; "be airs '0"'" fuqmt.i.ir.I l h>l cm.

cnl V. Hazen Monday of this week. Mr. King's father\ C OKing. daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I for an hui..flnlte'Islt.. -

Mrs. I.. 1'>. Green is i in Tampa 1 Jonea and little daughter, Beth.In there.Mr.. and Mrs.. E. D. Monrrlef Miss Mary Lou Durshlmer* I'
Milting rplll tlvps. Mr. and Mrs. Maxln Carter attended Waycross Ga. 'and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Selserof I visiting her -aunt Idles Margaret .

Mrs.' James A. Griffin and Mrs. the annual Moose biirbe-: Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hartmann : Macon Ca. and Mr. and Mrs. I Durslilmor. this week in Brooksvlllfl. -
(' '::; : ('AII'ENTEWS: !;; CtItPENTEI'S': : eAU'STt't'S! ': :
Owen Griffin of St. Augustinemet cue in Jacksonville Sunday unit returned Saturday from a bu.sinesn F. D. Burrows of Jacksonvillewere .IU'-1'JoU'H -

their husband. Lt. Cola. spent Sunday night and Monday trip In South Florida. They spent I weekend guests of Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherdhad

James A. and Owen Griffin In visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thursday in St. Petersburg, and 'Mrs. T. 1?. McNelll.! as dinner guests Monday night.Dr. Jo) t1E'

Sa\'annnh Oa. lnt weekend.Dr. Faulk and Mrs. Carter's bro- that night and' the next day in I Mr. and Mrs. James Lumpkin and Mrs. A.V.. Quillian of SUMMER R ELI E F 1)11'F ) Ice Cream Soda

and Mrs. W E. Middleton ther, C. B. Starling, who has been Sarasota with Phlll Hall the div and children Jimmy and Linda. Columbus. fa.! and Mr. and Mra.

hud as thi'lr guests Sunday. their seriously\ from a heart aliment signer for Mr. Hartmann's furni- of Atmore, Ala. spent last week George Miller. Dr. Quillian was .. rJ

Ron and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mist :Madge Middleton. a 'member ture. Coming back through Floral with Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hill. the officl.itlnR'\ minister at !Mr L":" /.

:MM. K L. Mlddleton of Jackson. of the Starke elementary City, they picked up little Ed who :Mrs. Lumpkln and Mrs. Hill are and !Mrs. Miller's wedding 18! nngl Rex - 63c Topped With liisciOhls .. :?:

VillA who rnme for their daughter school faculty, received her BAR had been attending the Good Coun- sisters.OriMit. years. ago In Adel On.

MUw ]Marjorie Sue Mlddleton. degree: in commencement cxarrl- sailor Camp there. States I..."n :Monrr, bull Mr. and, Mrs. Bustle McKnlglil Whipped 1

Also guests of the Middleton on see at the University of Florida Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson i ii-arlnsr. (u-lf-Mharppnlng\ $10.05 at left Thursday to visit Mrs Mc-! LOTIOS ('rI'Am

Sunday" were Mr. and Mrs. E. L, last Saturday night. marking the spent Sunday In Montioch visiting 1'itrni I Home & Auto Supply. I. Kntght'a: mother who la very 111 Calamine I oz. 27 II' 2 0 C qV

Patten of Jacksonville and Mrs. end of the first summer school their brother and nlater-ln-la.w. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee in Columbia, S. C _ ( lit'rry ,.r ;
Roy :Slmmona:: of Tampa.Mrs. IIP/tHlnn./ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons. have as their guest until AU/oI.tJst.1/ Mr and Mrs. II. F.. Tucker antI 4bt ,

Leslie Biggs and Mrs. Jack( Halle will arrive this weekend Miss Marian Brown Is visitingMrs. their grandson Jimmy Stith of : guests Mr and Mra. Monte Horn INSECT REPELLANT
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Patsy Siloox v"dtl'dIrs.. Hilcox's from! Baltimore. Md. to spend Junius Smith at her cottagi, Washington, D. C. 1 will will leave thin week for fis *' With No. 448 59c
mother st St. Vincent's Hospitalin a two weeks' vacation in Starke on Klngsley Lake. Miss. Thelma Green spent the Ing camp In Pine Harbor On. Liquid, -

..Jacksonville'ednealby.. and Miami. See speciiil sale on butcher weekend In St. Augustine with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts. hud Your Sundae
Mr. and Mrs. F. F Flume had .\ & B Radio flatteries Wft.V' linen Avondale chambray & Mr. and Mrs. Owen Griffin. aa weekend guent" Mrs. Robert's c; Y I' '4 Y Favorite Fruit I t

as their guests, Friday and Saturday Farm, Home & Auto Supply. IfaitMi fabric at STUMP'S.: Mr. and Mrs.. A. N. Hollldiiy slater Mm.' Lillian Bitnkston and

of )last week Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pauik and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and son Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Holllday Sr, daughter, Mllllanna of Bunnell .... 4 I

Dewey DOM and two children of daughters. Faye and Sylvia returned O. L. Haynes Jr., of Madison are leaving this week for Detroit, and Mra. N. J. Johns and daughter :::: r/i4 Cherry St raw bi'rry
Savannnh Ga. Wednesday from a two spent the weekend with Mrs. Mich. for n two weeks visit with PntilclH Ann. of Lake ButlerMr. () m -....
SEE; ': Kami Home Aiito Supply" weeks' tour which took them a Haynes' dlluA'ht..r.Irs.\ A. N. Mrs.. Hollldny's relatives. and Mra. W. T. WeekS and P. Ifill Pineapple

before v'11 I'l'V TIKF.S. () fur north as Canada by way ol Hol'iday' and family.Mr. Mrs. Jeannette Kllcald ill\ with children of Tallahassee were gimst< 'l" \\ IIIC..I\ ?

$!)I.II.1! plus Ia". 6001'1' Niagara,:: Falls.'I and Mrs. M. F. H.i/en had typhoid fever I Is recovering at of Mrs. Cl. K.: Bennett last week ,., 2 0 C
\\ h'I'I" (.1'.1...
as dinner guests last Thursday. Tnmpa Municipal Hospital/ on Davis
Mr. and \Mrs. J. P. Hazen and Island. end.Last Wednesday, :\ night Mlsi Bel- LOTION, 6 OZ 75c
Phone 52iL _ _ _
I I children of Ocaln. I5ack-to-school! $ clothes! and ty Dval. Miss Helen Adklna and

I 8pBbQ.DEe> svicr. Mrs Hartmann! Mrs. 1.l1lafoil! spent the weekend shoes for Imvs and RirN. See Miss Dot Present were hostessesat Plenamins 144 capsules 4.79
w. .otiow ".. ".55 In Lake Butler visiting Miss 'them at STUMP'S: STOK&.: a chicken pi leu u supper givenIn ,
Vidi Dekle. Mrs. "1. .1. Klynn vacationed honor of Miss I.nrllle, Sweat to

[ Miss Elma Lee Hlrkey spent for three days lust week with her celebrate her birthday anniver YOI' MA Y HI'! : C'ON FIIH'N1'! ) : that your Pn'I'I'rlption I Is (l1I..dV it It .Vclih-

the weekend In Jacksonville am.' Biiepts from, Dothun. Ala. at Lake sary. l'I'alp Curl" and Skill hy l'xpt'rit'nced: r.rlldullt I'hllrDmd ii4 I'X\'TI.Y:

Every Branch of attended the barbecue sponsored Hewitt.A. Mrs. Dolly Sullivan spent Thurs., 1104 3'l'ur Jul'l..r. hits dl''rlb4'" '

by the Moose Club at Keuben's B. Baker returned Wednesday / day In Jacksonville on bunlnem.
INSURANCEH. on Gooldsby Lake after a vacation fishing trip Mrs. A. N. Holllday entertained. I'IIO I I': (fli'Otrll I PICJoHCHlI'TION: N"EJ: DAY ..r :% IWIT !

irenit" States Laun Mum-rn, hull to Lake Okeechobee. Mra. Paul Coursey at a bridge

--- --- ---- bearing, Nclf-Nhurpening $111.11.1: u* Mrs. A. K.:: Wall left Sunday luncheon Wednesday* of last week
Farm hump & Auto Supply. to visit her parents In Clncinatti Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Dixon: re CARPENTERS!! THE REXALL STORE

Mrs. \V. F. Godwin and Mrs. turned Thursday morning afteia
C. WALL\ AGENCY W J. Chandler returned home Ohio.Mrs.. O. L. Heasley's mother short visit to Miami[ where they On the 'linit Service I'lwlw 6J S/.ke. Fltt.I .

Saturday from an extended vlsll Mrs. A. C. Durdcn Is recoveringfrom attended the funeral of Mrs.. Dlx-

TLEASB PHONE 146 in Griffin Ga. with their sister a recent Illness/ st the homeof ()n's sister, -I

Mrs. II. B. Montgomery another daughter Mrs. C. C Simplicity prlnN-d pfern'4; l

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Male on all Hummer ilrensv. nunsiiitn Hoppe In Tampa. nt ST.MIIP'S: ( DEP1.; STOKE.:
and |>liiafore_20% off ut 20% tiff on l>,\thing suits at the The following young people of Tills MADOF SOLID WOOD !

.C Ronnie Uminle .Shop. ItoankIjonnie.. Stark will return Saturday after
--- --- .-- ----- --- --- ---- spending two weeks. at the Good "mil for this Climate

Council Cnmp the Ccthollc camp 3 piece Suit'A' ::N
at Floral City: Ann Monasaa, Hilly I

Heinlz Anita Stock Gladys I
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- -- -- ----- -- II iIUKi1; I Carney and Barbara and, Nancy I
KAIt.M.: 8-room bunirHl. iv Bedroom
roll ,SAI.K, f.-d. radios phomKinphn. HI Al'llli: I'rlnli.niii'' Bates of the State Farm. J
.. "II1t' I wlrv-.l. fruit trff I
,. porl bliH' 1 5% ""
Kxiltoa Seal Coven I.,..'..I"" between lrookp n II d Ills friends will bo clad to 4 p
l' Shi-pheril. HtH. 'f Sds' C', n",,r tide llnril, Hh. II '''''|' _ _ _
(rourl .Mmlmon' W J. Churchwell
I tint, rhuroh, ,fr Mm 7-22!I'.Id'iPrescott :Saturday. July ::11)$() I Tues! ., Wed A Aujur. 2.J: 'I hear thnt Rev I (;.MIMl I.I".r ltrrt"* I'oM HIM!- __ _
on the place -- former pastor of the Methodist .
Kl.oltlliX V KI.I. llllll-I.IM' co DOUHI.K .FEATURE: DOUBLE; .FEATURE.: church her, returned to hit home urilroliranil \HiiU,) .

II-Inh, ;; eII... pump.m. ,SALE: !Strawberry plant bt I I 13'utliuif, UnUhKcgular _
2.. 46; Kim Jacksonville from the St. Luke's _ _
$ _'."." ...._'..... I Ihlicit.. M Kh i d,'n. 4 ml It''r< >'r .'2'91I ', GOLD MINEIN My Dear Secretary n I .
'hnn. 13. or Writ to: Hialr* Farm Highway. Hospital Wednesday
.1. \. RiKI.TTMaCCiflflY. : I THE SKY Day & It. Douglas I Mrs. F.olln Smith Mra.' Nell Andrews i $150 Value
J-4tflyr ,. l
'Ia. Kim MAI.15'' strawberry pl.int hI
I the bi-tl. O. !C. 1''','<. It'. I. II"" i II: ; Gene; Autrey AND I. and, Mrs. Putiiv Hllcox visited : SAJ.": I'KICK! : -
I Mini I l-rc beyond Kin. I'ow.-i' 1, Mrs. Sllcox's mother Mrs.Jewel .
SELL YOUR TIMBER l.lKht. thIrd huuH un rlKhi' .after I II AND
NOW I I urn. "P I Roberta of Lawtey At St ? I

Paid -. ; VUicent's Hospital In Jacksonville
Highest Cash Prices! I |.-"" HM.K, I tl I ou. ft. giant .ii|"ucllyrhllcu mV.v. Tuesday where aha recently un I 1091ou
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r..frl*' riiior. >nlj I s II
IN BULK down pmt. All lleluxr' r''","" ." derwent an operation.Rev I )"
< tl. :.Nu- ....orthy Jenerul. )flit*" and Mrs. 1... t). lUines hadas
OR IN UNIT i'li. '
their guest last weekend Mrs. 'I
.. 'U MAI.K: henrt I. Lucille Kurx and daughter
EflWINWPECK '.. I2S Pr 1011.( Ira J. I I' \
: alibi e\fM-rt l.. (iiiy uiu'I h a
John W. TurnerP. ::. Ihix 4. Hampton. Flu. IT of Jacksonville.
Or I Mrs P. ]\f. Barefoot Miss. SarahBarefoot more! Sen It liny Ml
O. Box 463 .,,itiN'r: or 14 L ): Kh"u. "
nl'ii, .."wi. ; Miss Madelalne Kennedy
Gainesville, Fla.] I ?i1..CUKiV" All C
miul'rn, | ; env.nieflCes.'"n Heights lift 'A'CCW.t. and Mrs. Betty Funderb'irk spent b '.

I |It Ju Send me a postcard and CAR SEATS The FamousHomeComfort Ioilile, Ufllll"
will see you. :; KKNT, : Jacob Hour* Apt.beilrnw. .. WIOBft 108MltX p ,
< 'IL
come K
< right. r and! Mr.. C. W. Pickett Serla
furn.. SIn Madison tli. 8J.5UJ lUll! 11511 Capt O D O R A
H.. JN. K.: 'VII..." '<\11"> FOR KAHIES; t
doWn. and daughter Carol Ann. spent
KI1.fi Irny 'T ..... r. ... eErsbs'. full St. last week with relatives In Miami.\
,) %IIMFft.s: ..|ffT "MOP.FOU If I 11"1: \\Lo2G.' 1111 ShelbY ronillirl'lnr ; hi I.i.'v'I,-'' -I.! l-lus "Pest From the West" I !MKK: Farm, Home Aut.. Supple' Only $2.95 CLOSETSSale
flood Ihurs. Fri. J\ujC. 4, ;5
tys .
blda. n...' Ho" R2. Hturke I UP Comedy & Serial "Batman & lief.ire }'ml BUY TIKr.H. 60OIU.
bus IiKNT..a.: *: em.''IFr tor: hl".a y-.JTj Robin"Sun. DOUIM.E: .FEATURE. .; iIoI.II.\! pin tun. I ( Regular SI.: !).-> Value!) Now Only $29.95 : !Price -
= lrlmnkMorm.'
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QillKl-y. Ht rke, Knit M \ : 0./
rifrlareminr.Both I .1.! .In". waoll A-I -m".inl. "IH. <. DARK PAST I Hook fin the' lurk" of ear ...-..t.... (.<'",pu.... ulih any *119.3! : *) $4.95

SfWANVKK' rol'NTT t.tVF.RT.K a hlL.lfaln. ... 104 N Ch>r--y- lip .Mun.. Jul. 31, Aug. 1a Ladies AuxiliaryThe
MAIIKKT: : Am-tlon. .*!t. .*cn wen Wlllli m AND:; Takes, (Inlii<>e of n rmll'l.r nattress .anil ...-<* for yuurvlf..
Owned & np.ra,." b" J. I' CoeI..m. s. *
Fla." C.I (,i lt riKNT': -rm. eotluvt NOt. M-G-M'.tfjgfl co.utruu.ioi. ..t I ibis iiuil-
Jr.. fh. 211U. 1.1"" &)ak. K "rt P/T.-h. l-r todies'! Auxiliary of thePresbvterlan I 1 rm
bath .cr.en Ht'jCul $ (1.05
IKTTKR1Nrar Pl..."" p::; ... f: stoVe .* trutfr: : MM.ll t 4? TECHNICOLOR Chur* ,-h held Its regular also hate Thu)er Strollern Irrnn It I hut ..f many higher I
J'I..AICTII ,,'lilt I.. furn. Nn rhllir-n
with your nan; ,IooP pl.SI'Ie'I. .: .1 I I I. Blmnioii.. IIIV.. MdUon It PRODUCTION monthly meeting July 26 in III"",:. ('''al..... ami (.1'11.. .priced one*. ValueIT'S
5l1.Vuldi'nirVl: '' 'plates'Uc' Worh.: etc.. ".Jj'j",. tli. Itp I the home of Mrs J. L. Simmons:'! I
C. with 13 member and two guests
Pi&. APT Foil 'U::>!T. down'.tftIrN.om' I
aphonnr.ph. ,1..ly turn.. all utllltl. fu..n.. present
HlB "M.i-: <:on ol radio frlK.rafor.. Fora
.Lctrle r
Can l.. ...n ai n. new | I'h III. The meeting: wan opened by the
..ij. roupl' B. M. Lavls.
.Alv..r.. ICnn W.11105.r.h u.. Onhighway. J tllark. "PW president\ Mrs. If. H. Young. Mrs A FACT YOU CAN I) 0 BETTER AT
l'hon ___
ptock lurEsm.rtmeflt B. C. Holtzendorf was In chargwof
In.nd to a
tj ..rr i white .OW. wt. .about 2O .* ilt not of apptlanco. hut wran '
.. '. the devotional.Mrs. .
|I"". :Notify N.w.om. i' iry.Ktarkn. Biiarunt*'* a.d". d..II".r. ,;.nsoY STUNEILLKSOHPETIR Furniture Co.PHONE
K..rd. 1-:3 "p aCpiLaN'a. Beg. "' BirtMll !\. W. A Btern. program Denmark
buOIIkSPIflC.pr.eertnie ., with as muh an 20 p.r-..nt SET- LAWIORO- MARGARET O'BRIEK leader, gave a biography of Edward I .
Li.:4II :: put "m. to t'AKBT sit'':-'. IUFOK -'
InK you.
beN" tatn.nI. --
profit Odell.)
monthly' or a' 'nc.r".I.! HAI.KTJ7! wTll..n sedan ./.EUZABETHTAYIOR-JIIHETUISH! 151 STARKE. FLA.
noriaj hour the

wi........ "'.0. Bo" ..,. Itp t wh*.l-barrnw type "P" "; 4 4cs ARt ASIOB During the
b.rr.l.l N. Walkern.lford : uo inotii SAY COLliNS nerved a refreshing salad
UIKI t, ..Ie..p.oW Bt. 2. bos titark tora after highway t p.m.a< llth 81 In It; News & 'Cartoon course: to the ladles present. _'____________ __Se________eeeeeeeeeeeeflees.t .------.. .. .

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let the unexpected guests come IN rinriiT rOt.tlT. nntnponn Inei I) Hunton. Defendant Cave. at Clarke Florida this July 13.
on! Bradford (Growers; (-OI %.TFI.OHIIIll 1% ('IIA:>I. No. 7412 1949
Approve Quotas; CKIIV. OrtKKR; OF PtT-LIfATiO'V- ((, ."C'IAJ. 8KAL) A. J. Thomas
C S *
of saId'
Aa Cleric Court.
Cyril A. O. Sister Plaintiff' ANI> NOTICB. TO APPEAR
: STATE OF FUJtlll'A to: loss 1'). Hy Haven ,CroPby D C.
A farmer out with a Hilda May ftlatar. Case
DIARY'' say No. 7411.OHHER. Defendant. Hiipton whoSe residence and ddrepa 'r. Krank I..>ndrunt, Starke., FH.
ing this week which we think Is Begin Moving Tobacco To MarketsFortyeight OF* PtTTfl.\TION la: Unknown.You Atty. for PIt '->* I-S
required to appear jnAuRimt
Instead of the : are
I quite apt. saying ASfO'rI'tl:: TO Al'I'KAH 15. 144', 'In the above named IN .rniciir c'01 n r. BHAI FOHI>)
,. By Sam McGarvey A farmer needs. strong back anda Mae STATE Hlatar OK whose KLOIUDV to: rlll.irri.oiiu> ti iN: 1 ('11''IoItV. '\_
reMldanPa and atlilropp -
eneka Bradford ( : .
The author will be gUul to re- weak mind, he says: A farmer Bradford County || pounds of golden leaf to market luphil l Is.:. Klichliury Iri-hoHtar lined Telegraph divorce.shall i>ubll...h this County OrderIn Milton Weleer. PlaintIff VB. Olady

needs a strong back and a tiling tobacco growers visited the polls' than they sold In 1948 and the 'land n Nurthamptunahlra Ens- next four weekly 'lapueaWltnepa : M. ''elper: Defendant Cape No 7410.OKDKU .
= lntre official..
orlve Items of conc'rning my hand and seal OK PUBLICATIONAM
the m-tlvltlm. of farmer. In I mind! In the courthouse Saturday to grade Is as good or better than You are rrritilreil< to appear on at Htarka. Florida, title. July 13, > AOTIOFI: TO APPKAH
S C their of last AilKiipr. 15. 1940 In the ahova nam. 194\ STATE OK" FI.ORir to: Illady
place when
stamp approval on year's 120 million
Itrailfnrd CVnuity. Suggmtlonn. may I IA TIIOHK IGNORANT nutns crop. ril I'linrt. Hint. ,'..u..... wherein plaintiff (()OFPiriAL SElL) A. J. Thomaa, ft Welxer, whose repldenca a...I ad-
office or I marketing quotas for another pounds were sold in Georgia and p..iika. divorce' ndford County Aa. Clerk of said Court. dress la: Charlotte North Carolina
b* li-ft at the Tvlegraidi Did you know that crows can'tcount three year period 14 million In Florida for a record Telegraph' shall publish this Order Rv flaven I'roHby. r>. 1'. You are lenuireil to appear on
nmili-il to Sam MoOarvey, Lawtry, I ? We, didn't but Mr Hill of In nest four weekly issue 1'. Frank, Tandrum Stacks, FlaAtty. August II. 1949, In the abova named
I The vote here wan unanimously high average price of $1743: per Witness. my han and official seal for Plf. 7-U 4t 8-5 Culirt and cause, wherein plaintiff
Florida. Lawtey assures us It la true andhere's In favor of extension of quotas, hundred bounds. At Htarka. Florida, thla July 13, seeks dlvoree. Hrailford CollntrTelefiraih
I t< 4'' IV ('III*'I IT (0' III'. B" 51)50111)
this OrderIn
-- nhall"
I- the explanation. Three men and reflected sentiment through. Last year Bradford growers sold (OFFICIAL, SKVr.) A. J. Thomas I <>l S'SC. KIOIII" \| IX tllVM-'' ; next | four weekly: "Ipauea,

TilE NEW TRACTOR: Is still I they disappeared and a walk over go Into a corn field and only two out the six Southern states where 196, 06 pounds of tobacco for a Haven An Clerk. nf, said Court. <'Kit r.Walter Witness my hand and official aeat
the attentionon I 30 acres failed to bring them up. out. The third armed witha Crnphy. f ( J. Allen Plnrntlff ''a. Lucille at :lark., Florida, this July IX,
receiving most of come growers voted 43 to 1 In favor of total of $9 .204 .00. Average price 'r. Flank lumlrum Starka Fbi' J.. Allen Uafendant. Case. No. 1941
our farm. During the week we Same thing must )happen time and shotgun blazes away at the extension A nearly complete per pound'received by growers "' "Y. for rif. 7-15 4t J-8 7403OnnKR (OFFICIAL. SHAD: A. :J. 'i'h"ma".

rut up three patches of land and time again because when we were crows .who return to the field, because count from Virginia, the Carolina here was 483. Yield In this county 1'\1 C 111"1 I'r <'''''II'r. nit U''Olln NOTICE OF' PfRtIfATIONAND Tt> APPKAH fly haven Aa CroBby Clerk It.of C.T. .said Court

planted mixed cow peas in the looking for feeder pigs we had the they can count one, or two s. Georgia and Florida gave last season ,was estimated at 993 : ((.'III I-.H:. s'rs I.. FLOI"U.I: I ('II SN"' STATE OF. FUOHiriA to: l.ucllle Frank r.nnilrum Stark. Fla.
T/. Allen, who,... fur 7-15 It 8FLOORt -&
one field. Storm came up quickly same experience at another farm but not up to three. It may be so, 220027( votes for the three-year pounds per acre, the highest on I r>onnld U Mi-r I'' rthy, Plaintiff ,la .unknown residence and address Atty. Plf

:while planting and raced the er's place. When you don't want for all we know, but It sounds si period Only 3,118 voted against : record up to that time. l.Monte....* No JlarloUCurlhy. 74'le." Uefandant.t.,I You, ara required to appear on. ,
AuiciiMt 12
1941) the
f "white rain" to the tractor shed them they're right under your very queer! quotas entirely, while 2,041 asked Buyers have announced that <1HI>KII OK PfllLir'ATIO.N- I Court and eauae, herein above' plaintiff named yr

and shelter. feet but Just try to find them Speaking of crown, we heard for only a one.year extension. domestic demand Is strong and AMI :NOTH'IJ-. ( TO AFPI2AH seeks ,dlvnr". Itrndford (rounty. !
STXTM OF FI.OKIDA to: Monte I Telettrwph nhall publlph thin Order,
i Incidentally before starting to when you want them. recently of a pet crow that really Alabama the other state In the'I the export market Is good for Maria IIIcC..rthyr.wh....... residence I '111 next four, ueekly ipHiiep. t

I work with tractor there are several Ce.Transplanted drove a family almost crazy and referendum Is a minor producer' this year's crop. The news that and acldrepa l is: unknownYriu at Wltneaa mv: hand. and official peal
lira Stacks Florida, I hip July Utli. ( \ t
rpcmlreil to
J chores which must be done some of our strawberry yet they loved the doggone/! pest.. of tobacco. Its vote was by mail I Uncle Sam has earmarked $20- AnvilPt. 22'HI.' 1IH9 In the abova appnar namCourt on. 1'149. ,

i and they take more time than I runners this week, and plan Seems that one day when changing and ban not yet been tabulated. 000,000 to bolster the tobacco- cr1:! a''I'o'; ; :wherein plain (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas, ianding0] t
tiff seeks ,. HiiKlforil Aa Clerk of aald' Court.
:r.iule harnessed up. Greasing fillIng to !get rest of them net out this\ a tire the man carefully puts There is no dispute that production I buying power of dollar-short Britain TnlcKraiJh' shall inihllHh' this County Order By Haven Crosby. n. 0. ,

I up with gas, tightening up coming week. Am going to makeup all the lug nuts on the running restrictions through quo. came ni a "shot In the arm"to In next .four wvokly \laauea.WltnvpH rhrtp.III....... U.larkponvllla. Mean.. 3 4-ofi Fla Guaranty Life

j nuts cleaning air filter etc.. all single beds with the tractor, board of the car, but when he tas Improve demandand prices the trade. at Stark,mv hand and official seal Atty. for Plf 7-15 It 8I -& .
this July
take time but once done you set out the rest of the plants went to get them the crow had Growers are expecting good prices Then too, there's the Government 1949. IDth 1 I I _
and then try to keep ahead of the thin but whatever C IUFKICIAI.. / KB.4.1.) ., iv, fiiKiir. < 01 ItT mi ti>Kom> \
start to roll and then the work carried them all away. Not only season, they standing by, ready to prop A. J. Thomas, ('III S'i'V." FI.tHIIU1 1'\ I II 5:\. ALSO PAINTING II

goes quickly. Then too noticed weeds and grans.. that, but any Items small enoughto turn out to be, tobacco men real- prices should the company buyers Hy Haven. An Cranny Clerk, n or<'.said Court r..:..1. I :

I that whereas man and mule start oo be carried away by this friendly I ize that they could .have been falter The farmer knows that he a T.. "'..u..n. Bturke, Florida Jeani-tta IIIBCaran Caret, Defendant), Plaintiff v". Irv. AND REDECORATING
:Mr. and :\11''''. ('a.1'ynn., whose worse with unlimited Atty. for 1'U. 7-22 4t S-IJ 7409. FOR ESTIMATE WRITE
i to work briskly and gradually I II thief always disappeared mysteriously. production.As can always count on at least the :

I slow down as they get tired the I farm Is located on Blandlng Road, Yet what happenedwhen warehouses opened Tuesdayat loan support price which averages IV,<'01( IH\'F'< i.I'r, <'ni n'r, lilt toPFOIII_ ORDER AND NOTICI OK" /)Pt'Pl.ICATIOV TO APPKAIt II. P. McKELVEYP.O.

tractor does not get "tired" and about a mile east of Starke the crow got lost You Lake City Live Oak and Jasper 42 5 cents per pound. (...:n'.. vi.oiniiti inits STATE OK FI.OIHDA to: Irving

\ glow down nor does the operator. dropped In for a talk last week. guessed it. The whole family went Bradford County's 84 tobacco All In all, It looks like another r-nptm Otis' Wilson, Plaintiff. \r.. Caren U: Unknown, whose residence and address: Box 266
]< > |
i ppaVllxon, ... ,,
They have a fine large farm especially 1)efendant Cu N You STARK FLA.
However after a spell of tractor- out searching for him. growers began carrying their fragrant 1417. are required to appear on ,
I good season for the tobacco Aiiicupt
suited for raising! live I S leaf to market. This growers <)RI>En (tie. TtTlLICATION 15 1441. In the above nam-
tng are tired In a different countyhas "d "ourt and New Work Old Work. And
I you enu e plaln-
of Bradford County and elsewhere AMI: :o.OTIC'I'P..J,\ .
stock. Now have about 40 headof It lift
We miss birds a total of 266.3 of to- peekdrvono.; Mradford
sure our mocking acres County
| 1 sort of way-about the same feelIng STArK OF FLORIDA' t..: HoHHla' Telegraph I ALL Work GUARANTEED!
cattle. mostly Jerseys plentyof bacco this If the next iTw weeks 'IlHon, tvhoaa addrraa shall publUh thla Order
with Unknown
you get from driving a long these days. Upon Inquiry from year ai compared You : in neat four weekly:I Ippuep

11 I I time. good pastures with ample proVision folks around here learned that 197.3 last season. bring $100,000 In new money Into August me 23. I 10 required 4!'i. In the to above appear nam on Wltnepa my nanI and official seal r.-Srrrflrs.trs"SSr-rS 4

I So far It's running fine although for shade and water. they are nesting. Hope they hurry Farmers throughout the flue the county you will see a broad ed tiff Court seek and dlvorca.I cause Itradford, wharln, County plain

/! it did fall once In the field. up and get back on the job cured tobacco belt are generally smile on the face of merchants as Telegraph' shell puhllnh\ this Order

of making sweet mimic. It, helps optimistic. They're taking more well as growers. In next four weekly issue
to It back to the
Managed get Witness my hanil, and official seat
Bhed and discovered that the air start the day off right somehow at Starke, Florliln, this July m, Build it with

cleaner /was clogged. Put fresh CSI 'Ul"1949.'fl'I.\f. I j oil in It, and It has been running Built a fine hew dog house for 60,000 Free Slash Pine Seedlings Aa "I"'k, of ....hi Court

fine since. Every once In a while. Leo our Alrdalo. Up to this time, fly Haven. Crosby, D f 7-22. 4t 8-1S

have to "blow the tractor's he had been practically In the
you I v el ii('t IT 'oIuI'r' nn \i>poitiHnrl >
nose", so to speak. some position an other house To Be Available For Bradford CountyBradford .'III \'I'Y, ..,.0..111\1 i IN ('11.\: .
hunters looking for a place to .'I'llY: .

MITLK ITCH REMEDY: live. When completed, we led Leo Edwalut HtiHton. Plaintiff VH

Had' occasion to stop In at Nelson to his new mansion, he walkedIn county farmers and making out the necessary application 'I -

Greens place to PRY for having sniffed around and hm been other landowners can obtain up forms and in providing Fe,

our sow bred and learned very content since. Hated like the to 5,0(111( free slash pine seedlingseach other assliitance The trees of CHILLS

that Harry Green has been elected dickens to take the time to build for planting next winter. course, will not be ready for

vlcp president of the local K. F. While showing Carl our electric something for a dog/ who certainly County Agent! T. 1(. McClane transplanting until December 1. I &FEVER I. ; IIo

4. Nice people the Greens, but fence and explaining how to putIt doesn't do much around our announced this .week. These free seedlings will be f. .

you can say that about pretty up. heard a shout and learned place but reasoned thin way that Mr. McClane statnii, that there booked on the basis of first come ;o: '

nearly everybody around this section that one of our hogs had 1 broken If you have an animal take pro. are no strings attached to this first served, while they last Interested : : .

Nelson gave me a recipe for out and was out on the highway. per care of him or get rid of him. offer, The trees are being given farmers are urged to .'-'. -

treating our mule's itch on his With our guest's help got the hog And it i In such a satisfaction to away absolutely free by.a Florida place their orders as soon as pos ,J' ".

face and neck. Might as well passit back Into the corn field and then take good care of the dumb animals pulp mill Interested In reforestation. sible because this offer may be I -
PHONE: 218 -
along to you: Make a mixture took up Carl's offer to help doctor who depend. a on you These free seedlings will be withdrawn after October 1. I

of one pint of "burnt" oil, 1-4 lb. the hog's ear which was Infected e available to 4-H club membersand The pine seedlings are producedby

of sulphur and 1 oz. of carbolic with screw-worm. Trussed Took I'rliliour .calf away from Future Farmers also. the Florida Forest Service In COLONIALFLORIST CHAIN STORE BRANCH

acid; mix and apply to area but up the hog and treated It with his mother this ,week. Don't know The County Agent announcedthat their nurseries at Olustee, and

do not put on in rainy weather. Smearex No. 62 and then put It whAt was causing It, but he continued 'the trees will be distributed reprp..ent the highest quality or any size store!

eWe In a pen for watching/ and further to get scours every time he through his office and that he nursery stock that can be grown

are now getting an averaga treatment.Car nursed and It stopped when we will be glad to assist farmers in the County Agent said

of 1 1-2 eggs a day from a flock stopped and neighbor Calvin made him skip a milk feeding For lower maintenance for fire safety for structural beaaty

of about 3ft Took and Ami now feeding him a mixtureof I I build. it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. |Its lower insurance rates and
barnyard hens. Mann came over complimented O. J. suffered a dlulocated hip nttttarke. Florida) thin July 21,
20% dairy ration scratch, a 1949.OFFICHU. greater resale value moke it a sound investment. .
the newspaper out to the henhouse us on our four Durors. and all the ligaments except one
and showed the ladles the Further talk dial'lotted the fact little cottonseed meal and a plnrh I ( IIF\r.) A. J Thomas, @
Phone for
i( were torn loose from his right Ac Clerk of laid Court. ......... complete details. We deliver.
price eggs are bringing!! and gave that he -has a tractor too and of minerals. He seems to be doing knee. He underwent lengthy By Haven. Croiliy I). ('.

them a "pep" talk about more uses It for almost all operation fine on it, and we are at last getting I treatment In the Daniel Unit of 7-23 4t 8-1J ,

eggs "or else". on hit' farm,, Said he has used 11 the cream that he bad been the Duval Medical Center and iv riitriir <...ii 'r, nit 'i>KomiOil p-. 5- -

Fact Is, they appear to be jealous successfully for cultivating cornIT.SEFfL j getting. He's bawling now for then was confined to his bed fora CKHV.Ml. FIOIIIIMl" 1't M\\- FLOWERSFOR CONCRETE BLOCKS BRICKS BASIS

of our new flock of White S Ce more feed so back again for the month at the home of his father I..m.y runjrnllo. Plaintiff V". Pn>trl ALL ,.. FLOOR DRAIN AND HOOP Till
writer to chores and ''k J'nnirallo, V..t..nd..nt CH..I. No. OCCASIONSDISH
Holland pullets, a new hybrid I BULLETINS: plantingmore J. S. (Buddy) Norman near 742S. l-- ltIADY.,.IXED' CONCMTI AND CEMENT

breed of large white chickens We have received a lot of valuable cow peas. Lawtey. ORDER PfBLlr-XTIOV. GARDENS

which are to combinethQ and Information C S S AM! ;NITl'ETI) AI'I'KAIt .,
' supposed help from Howard received crushed kneecap
i a
good egg production of the pamphlets and bulletins avallablu I F.GGSTR.ORDlS.RVIN. and hl. left leg was brokenIn r; :fh"IIO whose ill ",'.. I In: I 1431 I Ii POTTERY
White O Maxwell who recently ., J= :;. OhioTo <
Leghorn strain and the free of charge either at Washing. : three places below the knee.

"meaty" quality of Barred Rocks ton or Gainesville. A lint of bulletins : bought the Jesse Newsome placeon He has been In the Veterans Hospital i AiiKiixt.. ,, are 22. 1"4'P required! : In the to above appear numedCourt on POTTED PLANTS Aiuiis Building Supply Inc.

or New Hampshire Reds. It's a available at Gmnesvllle maybe I the Keystone road has hit the at Lake City most of the .. nnitmine' wherein i plaintiffeek I I FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE ; ,
I divorce. Ttnulford .
neat trick If it can be done andwe'll obtained by writing to: JAckpot with a New Hampshh'o'I time since then. Telegraph shall publish thin County Order
Agrl.1 1036-1048 W. Main St. South
I pullet that lays a double and In next four issues. ,
let you know how they turn cultural Experiment S t a The boys have really had a weekly .

out. In the meantime, eggs are I Gainesville, or at Washington by triple yoke egg not once not tough time of It and I know that nt Witness Htarlie.. mv Flurliln.hand. unit this official July .,21.I" Nona St Starke. GAINESVILLE; FLORIDA

, worth their weight in gold (almost asking for Popular Publicationsfor twlre but every time she lays! all their! friends will rejoice with 1'HtOFF1CML! I I. P.O. IJox 62 Phone 217-218: !
Now I've ( SUM.) A..r Thnmnx.A .
) on our farm. I the Farmer and Homemaker heard of hens that pull me In the fact that the worst Is Clerk "f. mild.. Court.

S. Mst No. 5;, Office of Information, such a stunt occasionally but definitely behind them. Ely Haven CI'ooby.1./ ('
1.22 4t S-13
:Alan mimed Ron Douglas stopped United States Department of Agriculture usually It's a very rare event and

( In lost week to buy hogn. Uuesi Washington 1W). C. We ,' they'll cackle about It a month. ID ciiiciir blur. IIIIn.11I
I Some folks tell .11", too that oncein is <'iiiriii' < ..t HImi. u..lln1" I..01. Mt KIOHIIItl IN llltN.
our feeder pigs must have known wrote and obtained the lists then ( oh '\' %'. ..'1.11111\1 1'(11 t- .:tu..
what was In the wind because wrote and asked for and receivedthe a great while a chicken's layIng lltY.: Fllxa: Duff, RtronBa. Plaintiff VII.p..I..r ..
mechanism might get out of MlnutittH t>. Matle, Plaintiff, vnItihll Stroutfa' iJefendjiiit. CUHe ;Ni;
bulletins which we thought i!I .' W Max In, Urfemliint. C'unu 7421.
would be useful. They have provedto [ kilter, causing her to lay three or No. 7414.OltlllOrt. onnrR! op prmirMTiov
four such eggs and then die. But OF' PUnLICATION-
be "
Invaluable and we now havea OF FLOI1ID.to: PeterMtrougn
no one I've talked to has ever ANOOTH'N:: 111 At'fKAIt: I whone renld-MiLa .tni! Hit-.
small library of Interesting and<1 8TATM: "V "'f.OI1I1"to- John. W. dress: Ic Unknown.
helpful facts. heard of a layer putting on such Maxie. whoHe resilience and addritaaIn ,
You required to
: Unknown. era appenr onAuirtiHt I
'S C S an extraordinary font of prowess 22. 1144. In the ahuva namedCourt
\ You are required to appear. on and herein
has CUIIHB plaintiff
A 'LF.AS.\NT VISIT as Mr. Maxwell's.The Ana-lint >3. 114'J In the nhove immmt ,. ,.....k.. fllvorea and restoration of
t Court uuil. CIIU.Vh..r"ln, ...
owner tells that this mnlden nntna flrnilforil' CountvTelegraph .
Dropped In on Mr, and Mrs. W. me a-f-k divorce and Mtnrntlim"
shall linh this Ord..r'ltn.
F. Covington at their farm about pullet was In the flock that went of in..Id.-ii ..&a... lftH lfur l County ;In next four weekly :limiieM

1.2 mile north of I.awtey. Theyare with the place when he boughtthe TeU-Kruph In next four shell weekly: publish IMHIIPNVltn 'thin' urd'r \\ ..... mv hand. anil nffli-lnl 7
\ .. hnnil' spill at "Htarka' Florlila. thl. July
very proud of their fins stand Newsome farm She started HH. niv ami uffMal mnl' 19. ,Q4q.to"'FICfA1.' .
at Florida. thin
July 201 h.OKfcIClAt .
of corn and of their cattle. Sav out laying an average of three 4fl""k. ( !SEt.' ) .1. J. Thomas,
( KRAI. A. J Aa ClerH of stud. I I'oultHv
their three registered Guernsey double or triple yoke Thonitin .
a week
.. Haven Cronhv P C'p.
An I'l rk of nalil... Curt. .
good farming calves two heifers and ono bull but "laid out" In about a month. fly I Irnaa Haven I'roRhv, l it <* : Frank Tandrum, Stnrke.. 1"ln8
I which are and started II Hem, 201-Oft fluurnnty Life Atty. for Plf. 7-2J -13IN
really "pretty" as a netting Mr. Maxwell .
with .
starts good plowing ifl'tt.I. Ju kminvlllo. Flu. .
picture. Understand that Mr Cov that he broke the CIIKIIP ( OIIIIHit tllrl>llll
says up setting Ally for /l-lf. 7-33 4t S-IJ .. .. .
I.<>1'r .1111\1 i l\ < II \ \
Dearborn LIFT-TYPE Ington bought them at the Dins- and the pullet resumed her layIng oiuiir s 01 n "'. mi %POIII) I I'.itS'.
more Dairy that they are directIn schedule on July 23 ,with H < 01 1\1"l ', ,,OIIIIMl 1% (11vrln t. Pavton' Hortenee 'TertlnnlM, flair
tiff v". Avery .!,uek Viillunlr I I'if
( 1:1.1': .
MOLDBOARD PLOW;, line from stork worth $10000 whopping egg weighing a quarter ij:J. AnilnrBon. Ir rinlnllff! fondant.' : Case No T411.OHhEH .
a head and that he paid a large of a pound and measuring a full vit. Anilwrtiull.: tlofeiulullt.. : Case OP Pl'l.1.111TIOV' IJ
No matter bow much. disc and fear. 74JBOHUKR. AM NOTICE TO API-EVIl'
yea No.
amount for them. However when three Inches In length. This egg Of'. STATE OF" "FIORIH\/ i Ave" ,
row you east correct s poor plowing* I : IM'TlMfTHlV .
Job. So whj. ool get s plow UiaI IJI".. you look at fine calves like those la now on display at the Telegraph ANt ;MITICK 10 AfPKAnHTATK Jat k MiOlnnlx, whop. renld. ica amiaddreeM '
I food lob I. Uio Sill plaaeT the difference !'*' FLOW t',\ to: .line u. Unknown .;,:jI
you you can tee Needless
office for the benefit of any AmleiHon.hone nlil-nr..* unJilreuM ", You Mia, reifiilreil, to appear >tiAilKUPt ..-
This D.lIole.. flow ... 1M .
to IA. 1949. In the ely halt
he taken chlckrn-rnlaers
excellentrare who L'nfcnuwn.
say. want to see it !I.:
ford eil I Court anil. mime, uhereln ,lOnln
; ::.t-: aalauto of them as well na all of so they ran tell their layers what You are r-iiilreil| in sensor ..n tiff ..peek dlvoree. Prailfitnl' 1 CiiuntvTeleicrnph
llfla an1 $tow. his stuck. also have the AtltftlMt 2J 1941, In Inn llltonnnipil:: : shall publish thla Older )
They several other hens are doing". Mr. 1 I
eri 1 by th. tie.._( l-ourt ami ruuija, 'hrili plttlntlffneekn I In next. four. weekly |issues. |
Hreraalle Teeak._ fine Jersey cows and a nice little Maxwell Is toying with the! Idea at.llvorr.. Itrnilforil! I','u",it'VTelegraph Witness. mOl hanfl and offli-lnl peat.

Control. r>iatra l [ Black Angus': bull which belongsto of letting the pullet set on a nest next four Htmll.wendy puhiuii io.i'i.Witness ..thin. OidirIn at lull'Htarka, Florida, thlt July 11.

lo has yo. rreaj 1 1e their son, Adrian of those eggs just to fee what itiv hnntl anl ciffli-lal seal. (OFPfCfAL" !SEr.' A. J. ThomilP.,
plb and 01..*. nt Htark*, Florlilu, thin July Stilt A* Clerk. of Huld Court
..woll-iu.. ,... r_ _. I.- Newest thing on their place i ia Is would happen. Should bean Interesting U4 Bv Haven. Crophv P. C.T i:
r..... wtik a nlii wttk row* *aria ... experiment at any rate. (OFFICIAL SEAI.: > A. .1. Thorn.... "Frank Ijinilrum, "Mmrke.' Fin.
.... of oteoo ... eeevlae p..I..... deep-freeze refrigerator which If An Clerk of soul Court Alty for Plf. ilk 41 *-5GUARANTEED )
bottom .. (M every We I Hko .o know Mrs. Covmgton Is quite! plt>asod anybody throughout the length Hy Haven r-ronhy. n: '-.

.all ..n tl_. you tmir. with. Every time we! look Into and breadth of Bradford County Ally H O.for 1-rown Pit., Kturktt Flu 7l. 4t -lliv

one of those doggone/: things. and knows of a layer that can beat .
DIXIEEQUIPMENT this nurtir ('01 IIT. nRtii. ."inOIVTV. >
visualize all the fine fresh strawberries please let us know (' PLOIII1III 1% tllt >. I Out
ef over t JO Ford Truck modeli' including ilond-
Until such time '
Inc. corn, beans etc.. we as we hear to the < KIIV.:
" get contrary we will award Mr. Ma..r.t Stewart Evan, Plaintiff' ord stakat, panels, pickup and a variety. o' chains
use Went Main !Ml.! Smith hungry. Someday we hope to own Maxwell's VM. Urtyford C. Evans. C>.Lrfenlsnt.. to accommodate specie bodies such as /those ;illustrated
pullet\ the unofficial r'a.. No. 7421.OIlLFR W I .
one, and stock it with steak butter
Gainesville, Fla. championship OK PfHWATirtN- here you can find the truck that's best for .. Every one is Bonus Built!
berries vegetables, etc -thenDon't ANI: I> NOTlfR TO APPKtR8TATH your job. But best of all., you'f find 'I.-\ilil! ( Monday morning-) : OK !'LORII'In'' fUvfitr.l.
Maxwell C'. Kvana, whnn rttnlUanc Anil nil-. do lots of other lobs 'rust as well. With extra strength' )
Just came In with another
dress InUnknown.: built; into vita Ford
every port. you get a itronger
egg, same size as the You lira veiutrrl 1 to appear on .
quar.terpounder. Atiitimt. 11, 1919. In the ..h..... nuniril truck with a greate' range of u... Extra strength'
Bury Your Dead AnimalsFREE "Just to corroboratemy Court ant cause, wherein plaintiff rneons longer tile too FORD TRUCKS

. story" he said-as if we had .Meek. .* divorce nam and Itrnilforit restoration County itfmittilin Ford Trucks all g.rl! Uting registration data on

SANITARY REMOVAL any doubtswhich we didn't. Telegraph shall' nt.Mlnh this Order 6,106,000 trucks. If. muronce experts prove
PROMPT, S I In next four weekly :(issues. Ford Trucks ast 'longer!
Witness niv hrtnil, anil offli-lnl seat. LAST LONGER
that the two at Htnrke. Florlilu, this July SuIt, Come i" and see the !new Big Jobs .1.3 new

OF DEAD HORSES MULES OR CATTLE Norman brother, O J. and Howard 11141. 3-DAY SERVICE engines two V-8'i and a Six up to 145 Korte-
'I't.H. SEAM A, J. Tl ....
.are getting along no well (n .\> Clerk of .aht >Court.om power.. the Million Dollar Cab W.' tel y""th.

, CALL OUR PHONE OPERATOR AT OUR EXPENSE after their very close call back In Ity Haven. Crrmhy D. C.H complete story behind Ford's oonvs0ui/t, savings.
April when the O tIres, Sturke Ftc NICE LINE= OF
steering nwchan-
PHONE STARKE 1 19I Ally for Plf. f-23 41 SllIN WATCHES & BANDS
lam on their car went haywire -- -
<'IH '1ir I o. NT. HH llr'OHI
If You Have Difficulty Call Our Jax Office Uit)., <\a they were returning from ,a "'0' 'r". "I.'IIt1U"1 S 1'\ 4 II SI '''. -- "Come in
fishing trip In Lake Geneva caus- S'It'opal.
1 Night or Holidays ''ng them to .111. Plaintiff ".. William SANDERS and see 'em"
i'I catapult down the Hllln. rvfenilnnt' Cn.. No 74JOKIiF.lt >.
\ ?Ide of the high overpass between OK PI'BUCATIOV' WATCH REPAIR !b _
JAX PHONE 43300: 'Starke ANt XOTICK! : TO A PI'F\: n
t and Keystone Heights.O STATK: OK" .PLOniPA toWll- LOCATED IN HOLLYWOOD
J. is able to get around now Hum full, whom residence 'In Unknown DEALER FOR 'EARLY
FLORIDA SOAP CORP. with the aid of a cane and tells You are iulreil to appear on

I me that Howard will t>.. able to I In the nhuve named
walk ('::, "a.t"n 1 call*, wherein plaintiff I, Call Street at Rllre ANDREWS MOTOR Co.PhONE
I PHONE 2196 DOCTORS INLET FLA. again without crutches on nwekii. livor-.. Hridfonl County STARK FLA.' .
\ugunt 12. exactly four months Ttlricraph. phall punllih this OrderIn

I from the time of their accident Wltn.next....ftnr my bund weklv and test offlcUl.... ...sl : 118 STARKE, FL.FAGE .\.



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JULY 29 1IU9

Brooker Baptist LITTLE :MISSION! 'CHURCH all of Callahan 1 Mrs Mary a-I, Deeds RecordedCharles
Come Sunday, July 31. at 11 a. I aer returned to Callahan with I

L1d Revival Begins m. to the Little Mission Churchat Mr. and Mrs. Davis. I Hardy of Starke to C. Fresh '' =Sea Food

Sunday! MorningLeon Conway's Airport See a church Miss!' Melba Strlngfellow has
i H. Nasuorthy of Starke Lots 7
house that was built In 21 days
,been enjoying/ a stay at KingRley |
with no money or help to start Lake with Mrs J.1.. llrownloe I I & 10 of Blk 30 In Peek' addition
of with. God said, "I will be with you and Mrs, Earl Johnson during the I' In the NW1-2 of> NW1-I of Sect. DRESSED Ready For The Pan!
cAY : always" and we believed Him and I'I
last two weeks.
28. Twp 6 S., Range 22 K.E .
k started to work. He has supplied AIULL.KTSUKIMl: [ SKA: TKOUT RED FISH
Mr. and Mrs J. p. LInton and E Wasdln of Waldo to J.W. .
the money and help. We do thank CAT .FISH And All Other Kinds

Baptist Church Methodist Church"Our Him for all He has done. There Joe und. Steve Harden returned Pope of Bradford County NW When Available

will be services every night at home Wednesday of !lust week 1-2 except last 10 A Sect 7, Twp AKRIDGES FISH MARKETTENTH

With two Sunday morning servo Response to Life' will be 8 p.m through August 7. Every following two months' stay In 20. Range, 21 E containing 150
ices being: held each Sunday at the sermon subject at the 11 body Is invited to come and worship Bainbrtdge. Georgia and In Chat- acres AT OAK ST. -:- NEAR S.A.L. DEPOTWiOuitMgaatfcMfciisr.
the First Baptist Starke It I I.* with us. L. G. Hemingway tahoochee. ..
possible to take care of the large o'clock hour Sunday morning. Ina Missionary Preacher. __n ____ _. _
number /who attend with comfort football game we often speak

and plenty of room. At the 0:13: of taking advantage of the breaks.. CONGREGATIONALAIETIIODST

service the message by the Pastor But, In life there are knocks as CHURCH I pU J
"Raising Cain" Is from the well as breaks and our i Services every first and third (

Bible story of the first children. both Is responseto Saturday night, Sunday morningand :
tant. If
impoi life seemsto
The 11 o'clock sermon by Rev. Sunday night 11 a.ni. and
Hulnes will be the last in the get us down It la largely because I I 8 p m. at Congregational Methodic "

aeries of "Messages In July from of a wrong response.Is I Church on Brownlee Road.-

The Jewish Swearer"Judges".. The sermon title, Does God His Interested interest in and His concern world : Rev, Ernest Grlffls pastor. [ !( ;ieir 5O S

reach down to the level of individual -; ciiritni or JESUS! CHRIST
In the Happy Hour
At 8pm.
lives? The pastor has chosen i OF LATTER: I).\\' SAINTS I wr
vnngeliatlc hour the Pastor will for his subject at the 8 o'clock The Church of Jesus Christ o!
peak on "Looking for Jesus". hour Sunday evening "God's In. Later Day Saints will hold Sun flUSTEN!(
Organist and choir director for terest."
day school In the USO buildingon \
the morning services will be Mrs.
:Mona Canova and Mrs. Lucille The church school needs you and : Temple Avenue every Sundayat
you need the church school. Comu 10 a.m. A cordial Invitation --
Green. Mrs. Ruth Morse organistfor each Sunday morning at 9:45.We : I M. Gambrell, president of Is extended to allClll'RCII ':- :- :-: -
the evening service of requested have ; the Baptist Bible Institute, Lake- ., ,.- _.-gjWSKWRMWBtJlOOKtY
visitors with
and choruses. some us
hymns land, Fla. will conduct revival OF CHRIST
each Sunday. You are welcome at :
Sunday School meets at 9:45with : services at the Brooker Baptist Bible School 10 a.m Sunday
all of the serv icon of the Church. I
a full staff of teachers to Come and worship with us i Church beginning: Sunday morning Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday
instruct the more than 250 regu- July 31. Services will be held each Evening Service 7:43: p.m. Sunday

lar attenders each week. Training and followed by adult Choir prac evening through Sunday, August ,,: .
Union meets at 6:45: for trainingof tice. Young People's choir rehearsal 7, according to an announcementby
all age groups. Mid-week serv- each Wednesday afternoon Rev. Donald Martin, pastorof CATHOLIC CHURCH ON THIS BRAND NEW

Ire Wednesday at 7:30: preceededby under the direction of Mrs Mona the church.Mr. Sunday Mass 9:13: : a.m.

teachers and officers meeting Canova.All and Mrs. Bob Wever, talented Sunday School 11 a.m.

Ate, services are now being heldIn musicians from Miami, will Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. 210 LB. CAPACITYKELVINATOR
the new Sunday School build- have charge of the special musicat dayBible
ing ,while the church auditoriumIs each service. Study is every Wednesday b
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION being completed. A cordial Invitation A cordial Invitation Is extended at 7:43:

Is extended to all to wor- to the public to attend any or all FREEZER
ship at every service. of these services CHURCH OF GOD -
Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor
8th &; St. Clair Sis.
Your Feet Know The At The TabernacleThe Sunday School 10 a.m. 4 :
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Youth Group rendered a
Difference Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. k-
night consist
program Saturday
Y. P. E Sesvlce 7:30:
p.m. ? ?
ing of patriotic and Temperance e
songs, recitations, solos, chorusesand Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. p

,. 1 wrC other special numbers. Leon- PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
ard Noegel ,was the leader on
Q C this occasion. 10th St. and Temple Ave.

Sunday! School 9.43: a. m.: Morning $ 95
Spiritual meetings were en-
Worship 11 a. m.; Evangells 219at
joyed over the weekend. The servo
.. tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone
v Ahab ices Sunday and Jehu-2 were Kings centered 9-a around moat welcome Only a few How

When You Firing Your interesting account of God's deal-
PHARMACIST Shoe Repair Work To Ing with disobedience. Special mu- CEMETERY: WORKING this low price!
There will be a cemetery working
BIGGS & BAKER sic was added at all services. at Dyal Cemetery on Friday, '
Phone 64 STARKE Miss Betty Mayhugh a visitor y fifit/e "fie kid
is asked /
5. to
August Everyone r
wniall (
Every job, large or given from Bradentown, ably assisted
I On-the-Minit Service bring the necessary tools to give )
our bent workmanship with thebeHt at one of the pianos Sunday this last resting place of our
DAY & NIGHT night.
material loved ones a thorough cleaning.
, Tuesday night Leonard Noegelhad E. L. Crawford, chairman Cemetery -g
3- ------------- --- I charge of the Bible study, Committee.
continuing the training of the k 4-WAIL REFRIGERATION !

youth in church services.. His .4I

HEAR PASTOR BOB GRAY Christians subject of was them.and on two what Mr.things Noegel God He gives was requires STATE FARMBy \ SEPARATE FAST-FREEZING SECTION!

Sunday at the assisted by Albert Hazen who Mrs. Bryan Ubitfield TWO WIRE STORAGE BASKETS!
read the Scripture and led the

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-Hampton singing.Tuesday The night service will be the In charge following ot( who Miss has Mary been here Elizabeth with Mr.Pringle and, BUILT COMPLETELY BY K'.MNATOR I COMPACT-TAKES LESS FLOOR SPACE!

Clarence Melton.Christian Mrs P. S. Crews and Mr. and Mrs.C. .

8:00 To Meet Thy (;00" Church spent the pant week with other
: "Prepare
11:00: A. m.: "Separated LUIng"Other I J. II. Dlvtn 1'a tor. Wilkinson, in !Maxville. ,

Opportunities i Bible school 10 a m. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
This congregation will join the A. C. Kirkland were Rev. Claude REFRIGERATION Sales Service Supplies
Bible School at 10:00(): () a. m. 1J.T.U. at 7:00:() p. m. ;other Christian Churches of Bradford ParrUfh and his son and daughter

"The Friendly Church" County In their regular Fifth of Santa Fe and Mr. and Mrs TEI I'HONK: J II I 221 SOUTH WALNUT ST. HTAKKK. FLA.
Sunday Convention at Graham: J. 15. Rosier of Lawtey Rev Par-
Christian Church for the morningand rish Is the pastor of Evergreen I
f, afternoon services, returning Church, near Lawtey. I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke home for the evening service. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson of
Jacksonville and! Mr and Mrs, R.
Evening sermon by the pastor:
Rev Lewi I. D. Haines Pastor W. Brannen their
completed vacations -
subject, "Make your own choice". A.
with a three day outingat /
r ,rr Tuesday Afternoon 3:00: o'clockVomen's ,
Black Water Fish
Camp near
"10 The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof \ Council meets at the
Church. during the past week.
The People"A Mr. and Mrs. M, F.. Orlner ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS
Wednesday evening Prayer
were visitors of Mrs. W. M. Rel-
r r' meeting and training for service ..
Southern Baptlit Church For All People class. nau and! Miss Faye Relnnu in '?'" fI' ...-. ..

,. Orlando Saturday and Sunday '\.
J. M, Bradley visited relativesIn ._ ,.. _H" ...
!Morning Worship- 11:00 Happy : St. Mark's Episcopal Jacksonville from Friday un- _

Sunday School<< -9:4.1: ; Training t.'nlon-6: : til Sunday. Mr. Bradley, accompanied
: Itev. B. E. Simmons, II. O. Vicar\
Midweek ServiceVediienlay, 8:00: by Ms daughter Carolyn
Sunday, July 31: 1, t
'.r r .. continued his vacation going to I"'t tr ,
TWO GREAT SERVICES SUNDAY 1 MOKNIMS a! 9:43: a.m.Junior session of Orlando Monday to visit Mr. and
the Church School. Mrs. Gerald, Cox and family for
9: 13 "Ita Ising Cain" 11:00:() "The Swearer"S 11 ami -Morning Prayer and several. days. Miss Carolyn 'Hra'l-

p.m.. Evangelistic :Message: "Looking for Jesus" sermon by the Vicar. ley's visit there will be of longer

r ...... Monday, Aug 1: duration. I anw1t

"Visit The Church With The VMttnf Pastor"SHOCKED 8 p.m.-Monthly meeting of During the. past week Mr. and
the Woman's Auxiliary In the Mrs. J, A Bouvier had a* their e :' -
Parish House. guests Marshall A. Uouvlur and
"r, r .. The church Is open daily for John A. Bouvler, Jr., of Miami ...' ..
prayer and meditation and Andre McRnn fit McIntosh
Together with thnlr Miami visitors r---- -
a'A' tr dirndl OF CHRIST Mr. and Mrs. Buu/Ur spent 7J

V. K. Jones MinisterWe Sunday with Mr and Mm. Cecil -- '".
extend to the public a cor- Mcflne In McIntosh ....-- -1!' ,
dial Invitation to attend the worship En route to their home In Per- : ..... I ")
services of the Church of rine from Chicago, Illinois .where ,'

! Christ In Starke. We want you they had visited Mrs. Tyson's ..\' I i.:: .

to be at our services and Investigate relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 4 Its teachings The Churchof Tyson and their daughters Linda .. .-
Christ stands ready to put to and Ten Ann, visited Mr and .....-( -- .I... .
.., '
4 the test everything she teachesor Mrs. R. H Tyson for a week, con J.: toIw_''t,;;
practices. We are not Interested tinuing their homeward journey

8 u... ; In your money. We are Inter- Sunday.
ested in your soul. So lay aside Mr.\ : and Mrs. II 0, Bales ,3rd
Ctjl- "
L.ri- it :7 all preconceived Ideas and attend and Mrs. Frances H. Gilbert visited Cost less to own
'v2--<. : : .
the services Nancy and Barbara Hates at
. rC 1 _... "'I 4,. Bible School each Lord's DRY Good Counsel Camp near Floral
f' ..c..A... .. <- .... ", morning at 10 a m. City Sunday Th, girls had been to operate .

! --...:. ... Preaching: 11 a.m. Subject: "The at the camp for a week and Ear-
Sabbath or Lord's Day. Which?" bare returned home with her parent +

Fn this discourse we take up the Sunday! while Nancy remained to maintainL \
t BY YOUR SHABBY ROOF? question of the observance of the for another week
first day of the week. Mr. and Mrs Morris Barton

i Lord's Supper every Lord Day and their sons returned Thursdayfrom ft
A worn-out, leaky roof does! more than mar 12 noon. Orlando where they had vis- L ___._ .-_ ; ''<;, .

the of home. It can resultIn Evangelistic service 8pm. SubJect ted' Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Fleming .
appearance your | : "From the beginning It .was Since Saturday. Mrs. Fleming and

costly damage. A new Johns :Manville not so." Many great questions i their son Martin, returned to the
will be answered by the Bible. i Farm with Mr. and Mrs. Barton a Chevrolet Advance-Design truck and Again NEW
Lifetime Roof will give your home the wea- Prayer Meeting and Bible Study and are guests of Mr and Mrs.
'John of them all! Reason? LOWER PRICES !
in for 'each Wednesday 8 pm. Godwin. you'll own the biggest money-saver
ihertight/ protection it needs. Stop The public has a warm Invitation -i Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr..

a free estimate this week! : to attend all our cervices. of Gainesville were guest of Mr. You get tripl./ economy I Yes, Chevrolet trucks have lower operatingand
'Come thou with us and we will and Mrs. W. N. North for several i

do. thee good". days during the week. upkeep costs and the lowest list prices. See us and see how much you save!
Cecil Sewell spent the past
REVIVAL AT' DFH.\N: weekend In Quincy and In Mar-

TAR.KEBUILDERS' Rev. W W, Rhody of the Walnut ianna. In the former city he was TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
St. Baptist Church. Lakeland, i with his parent, Mr, and Mrs.
c SUPPLIES will begin revival services at De- i,G. F. Sewell.
dan Baptist Church on August 1. Mr and Mrs. John Godwin bad
-44 S.A.L. DEPOT ..' C7
Mrs. L. L. Dyal, church secretaryand Mrs. George Davis and their children
treasurer. and Mia Jaunlta Johnson,

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New Law Compels Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Ridenourand I. ('lrealt Court. II rod ford '....". tlon nf the j'l I t
Legion Junior Nine I Florida, i la Chanepry. I In property, anl the names bid. Address all bids to F-narrt. of [ la hereby given that said Flo
which It ]
Course Bessie have returned was assessed
Cross daughter
Red Muricaret g. McCullorh, Plaintiff. follows Certificate are as II County Commissioners, core clerk tour Clnu..b. :hus been duly ad
To Get :
No. : Year
Defeats Lake City Auto Buyers from a trip to Memphis, Tenn. VM. Kenneth' I'4'l'Ulllldl. bleiitI.silt Issuance IU47 Description. 3.t. of Property of Circuit Court Starke. Florida. The a bankrupt on s petition tfi!
'ax* U.Order Board reserves the right I to rejectany him on July Ii. 194*,
Titles In 10 Days On their way home they stoppedat :. H a A of Nfe of HVVV, of and all bids, and existingequipment "' and th.
of Pithllealloit and '...fl.. Ceapse. \K Hfcllon, 3, Township:: first meeting of hla creditor
8 South, :
With Bert Newcomb handling; For Swimming 1 Florence. Ala. for their ion ... MTVI'M Of .'1.0'1111' toi Katifre, 21 Moat, contalnlns, ; J acres I liistiectetl.' By of order the Board of ald may Board lie be held at Court. House, In A
aaalfrnment the American Tax Collector J R. Kelly. calls Charles, who spent his vacation Kenneth "I'. AliOulloi'h who** ro.iiI.n.e "more or lees Name in which MSst'ssed Florida on August 8th tt
the this 11:00 o'clock ,
pitching anrl aIdr.es l In: 411K 2nd R. Af. Alvares, Jr. All of July 25. 1949.. : a.m. at whliVand
Legion Junior Unacbnll team the attention of the )public to !anew with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Avenue Houth. MInnwHiMills, Minn: said property heliiK In the C'ounty' M. n. Ilarrell. Chairman. 11 nio the, said\ crodltotl
: : law regarding title certificates Mrs. Grady Arnett. You lira rniiilre| to appear on ,of Bradford State of Fiends Un 7-29 3t 8-11 attend I, prove their Huims. %i
defeated Lake City 7-3 on the Instructors Set Auifiint 24, 1549 1 In tho alinvv. named less such certificate or certifuwtos H trustee, appoint a cumin ni Itcreditor. !
on automobtlHH. Effective Michael Redfcnrn Is sojourningin !! Court and cuuso, wherein plaintiff shall be redeemed according* to law In the Dlatri'tCourt, of the LTnitml -I .. examine the ba:
Starke diamond Thursday after Auguat 1. Mr. Kelly nays, thepuichae.r Miami this week with his. un- seeks divorce. Bradford Count. tile. .property described In such L'ertitlelite States for lie, 8'thern, DI..lrlctcof and may transact such other buHi
T.lmrrkpn shall publish this Ordsi or certificates will coma befoiMmeeting.
noon of last week.A of an automobile must lie snd aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. W. In nnxt four weekly Las,,... to the highest bidder at the oourt sold I.IIn.r'Inrld'i.l'luu\rh.\In the Fttnkrupt matter an of hnnk.'Ioyd Dated. at Jiickxeii

will be played apply for title certificate within Charles.Mr. Witness my liaml and official house dour on the first Mondav. In "I'Jo.V' No. 4'Ir.o-J Not ire of 'Ir..t. I Florida. July 22ml. 194*>. Wrtitfay
return (fame Heal. I at Stark,. month of ; Heferee In tlitnkrupttlruham
Florida thin July September, 1949 which. Is Meeting or ("..,lIt..r... '}'u the orel.itrs .
mtli Lake City this Friday after ten days after buying the vehicle. and Mrs. Kennel.'i Church 37 1IM!I. the nth day of Heptember. 1949.1)ul.d or -I..VII, Laimr Clnu..h. IIf Building Jack
and son. Craig. of Jacksonvllli (OFFICIAL/' H.> A. J. Thomas. this 28 day of July ISM. 14.ark e. lrlrlIi&. a i.mo K rupt': Not ic. Florldit,
nomn. at 3:3: (). The game will con- An rlerk of aal'l Court ( 'mt"\ :) A J Thomas, Clerk
i If the owner does not apply for visited Mr. Church's grandmother, By Haven Crosby. 0. C. of Court of Bradford i'ountv,
dade that current schedule of the I title within ten days a penalty Mrs. Sidney Church on Sunday. T. Prank I Inidtui I giaike., Florida Florida.. 7-29 4t -19

Jm&nr team which la eponsoredJaafDy I w 'of $1 l Is exacted by the State Mrs. Pat Frah"T returned Monday Ally for I'lf. 7-29 It 8.19 In the CIrcuit-....u... Itrndrord,I MEN
the American Legion I t oontr, Fltvrltln. In honeerr.. f WOMEN\ \WANTED -
c' and
by ?L Motor Vehicle from a trip to Miami. la Clrrult Court. Hrndtord Ciiuntr Faxton H. Campbell I, plaintiff vs.1'
:1'ize .mad the Andrews Motor Co. this penalty Is passed on to the I Don Morgan of Newcastle Florida la Cha.neerrHelen : Josephine Virginia t rps e..l. >b..II.1

county tax collector who In turn Is the houseguest of Mr. and pa'i Thuml'H"| ". Plaintiff v.. I",";'! Der..ndBnt.Jno"phln.. I
-. V Thompson; Defendant. Cana No.' Virginia Rrpa
: ,_. --I.: -G'i' :- must collect It from tho car owner F. E. Stitchberry. 74.1.1. Is hereby notified to file an Campbell appearance TO DEMONSTRATEThe

when he finally applies for a certificate. I Judge and Mrs. Milton C. Order or PnhlU'atlon. and Notice In this Court In the abovestyled

PHILCORADIOSFM I wick have returned to their homeIn STATE OF to Appear e'LOJLIS9A ... 5, 19411.cause to a on bill Monday.for divorce Httptemner, filedaffalnst Famous MAYTAG WASHER
Paul K ThonipMon, WIIOPH ronlflfnurand her by Paxton
Louisville Ga. after S. Campbell
Mr. Kelly states that In the enjoyinga
'nddrcHa, IH unknown: Plnlntlff. This 27th day of July
k--4 past many purchasers of used vacation in their cottage on You ar. required to appear onAnciat 1949. IN THE HOME:
; If4''. 1H4''>, In thi nlMJVM namt. Lake Geneva. : ) A.
: have failed to transfer title Thomas,
: cars Court an,1 cause, wh rln plaintiff Clark Circuit We Train You Fur A Successful! Future
until time for thrm to purchasea Mrs. N. V. Walker Miss LindA MAeka. dlvorc Kradford County Bjr! Haven Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
new license tag. The new law Walker and Miss Stuart Arrlng- To1' "KTaph hall nubllah this Order Hrruggs; & CarmU'hael: Ualnenvllle i ,
In next four weekly lamiea.Wltnesa ; .
f YIsit Om; Showroom must be strictly adhered to in ton motored to Southport, N. C., my hand' and official Fla,, Atlys. fur Pit. 7-il 4t 8-19
xi'iil, At Ktiirku, r'lurlila. thin July Electric Service & )
Miss Arrlngton's home. Linda will 1t'rit'E, Supply
order to avoid payment of the 2i: 19! 9.OFFICIAL. As provided -
by election
We Have A Special ST2.S3.I
penalty, the tax collector says.GRAHAM remain In Southport as a houseguest ( SFAr.! ) A. J. Thomas, : Florid Statutes, loll, notice I Is
of the Arrlngtons. A"COI...,.., nr- .--old.- rv.,1_no b..r"hY Jrl".n .hd 1.1 8 n....._ __.. Fla.
:\!e4sage! For You. By Haven Cro.byD.; C. .'r..h'oi"or. Fish Commission.:;;; ;;' '; ; 'In Starke
I- .1. H. HiirrlHon.; I Law. Kjci'lmnito Fldir., : official, meeting. held July 18, 'Iii.
.;",'kllonvlll.*. Florldit 20. 1949. In TalluhaHsee Florida
I Richard E. Langford. special POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS Ally. for I'lf 7-29 41 8-lD has closed Bradford. County to the

PHILCOFREEZERS field representative of Safety Services By Mrs. John MeKlnnry In Circuit Court, llradrord County flume taking COL.KMAN, of: deer NKWMAN.and: turkey.Director, Yes The Tourists And Transients Lik

In the Southeastern Area. r'lorldat I. Caaavrry.JUHHPII ; inlHslon.nnd Fresh Water Fish r'oin-
FOB CITY CLERKI CuMlHiiani. ; Plaintiff. VM 117-29 Our Food. .
American Red will conduct NO'I'ICK
Cross, .\Ii,'. IlIs h..th Oixtanuro, V..felld.an. .
L. Watson and .
and Notice
Mr. Mrs..R. I.
hereby announce my candidacyfor hereby given that the
I an Instructor's course In w1m- the ( use N'u 74J5. City Council of the City of Htarke, I .l Hut we still have time to cat
of California
daughter spent rclectlon to the office of City Order of Publication. ..* N..... Florldn. will hold .n

mlng at Strickland's Landing on week with his parents Mr. and Clerk of the City of Starke. Having srvri.l OK to Appear KI.OIIIIIl TOl the August City 2U .Jb..td4 00 o'clock:;meeting P.M.In. -s. to the home folks We a
Klngsley Lake beglnning.1'ofomJay. Mrs. Flake Watson. served tho City in this capacity .' AlIce ICUaauHth fantanaro. whoH* pose of !nearlnjr oomplitlnte. for the pur: '

August 1.Arrangementa. Mrs. Lizzie Mines left Fridayto for the past several years.I r.slIenand. ad.lrtNM I IH 51trn- owners or agents of Real. Estate rron I predate ;your bU'llnu8 and alwar
Htroi-t, Nowhtirirh. New York: or Personal. Property /
for the course spend two weeks with her feel that the experience that I You are required to appear onAuirilNt which have been. fixed the J>y values the City of try to please our friends at honoH]
daughter Mrs. Delah Oateeii In have gained will enable me to 2''>. 194't' In the alxiVH. lianifd Assessor of Taxes and accepted by
were announced yesterday by Court and cause Wherein' plaintiff the city Counall.
I High Springs. discharge the duties of this Important seeks divorce. Bradford County Ity order of the City
Jack Trawlck Water Safety I office to the best Interests Toloirraph shall publish thin Order City of Htarke. Florida, this
fitly Still Our
Leo Youngblood left Saturday In nest four weekly It, 1849. Serving Famous Business Men's\
Chairman of the Bradford CountyRed afternoon for his home In Wau- of the people of Starke. I .Witness my hand :duea official It Curl Johns, City (SEAL Cluik.Call ).
nl at Stark, Florida thin July LUNCH 50c
am a life-long resident of the
Cross Chapter. Mr. Trawick chula after spending a- few days 2n 1949.OFFICIAL! .

stated that the course Is for men with his brother. Arthur Young- Starke, a taxpayer and my In- ( SEAT) A. f ThomasAa Notice Is for Illda

and women over 18 years of ago blood in Waldo who has been tire Interests are located In By Haven Crosby Clerk D.of C. said Court. Bourd of County hereby Cnmmlssionera given that the of GUIDON GRILL

who are already fairly strong very sick but Is better at this Starke. Since beginning my service Its, Hrldon, Hddvn I'l'lK.. DnytonuHunch. Bmdfurd County, Florida will re.celve .
an City Clerk the duties of that Florida, sealed bids until 10'00 A.M. GEO. KOPELOUSOS
swimmers. It Is a ao-hour course writing. Atty. for I'lf. 7-29 4t 8-19 I on September R. 1949. for the lease.
and will extend a period of office have increased tremendouslybut hv It as lessee from month to month
over Services will be held this week for twentv-four, months from de.
two weeks. Classes will begin late at the Baptist Church. Everybody even' with the Increase the In Circuit Court. Bradford Co..,,,. livery and with an option In the
costs of operating the office hasbeen Klorldai la ( ...n...,.. Board to purchase and apply all
In the afternoon and will be held
Invited to attend.
': rental
KIIB.'OP. rialnllff. vs. paid upon the purchase
five each ,week. kept at a minimum. Only V.llllan d.r.W price, of the
dayir KUHciift Defendant Case following equipment'
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney: Cars &
one additional person has been No. 7434. to-wlt: One new or slightly used Trucks
I and family returned last Monday Order of fuBllrallon aad Votlra. to In new condition and carrying same
employed In the office. .
"......,. ftTATH Of ..OHIU\ tot guarantee as new leaning wheel
from Wauchula where they at- Your vote and active supportwill I.llllnn J Kimcne, whoso renldenre grader power controlled rubber
tended a birthday celebration for be is: !*> Nnpperhnn Terrace I'lnaH-, tired with tei) foot moldnoard. :
greatly appreciated on antville; New York: suitable for has with .
existing eqiilpinent
FOR SALE Mrs. McKlnney's father. Lee September 13th. You are required to appear on of the Board and weighIng ALL MAKES AND MODELS
Youngblood. -Carl Johns .VuKUKt 21 194'!* in the nnove named not lestt than f 8.0011) pounds., to |
Court and cause, wherein plaintiffs he delivered at Htarke, Florldn with. I
The fifth Sunday meeting will divorce.. Bradford' County In three dfiys from acceptance of

be held at the Christian Church FOR CITY ClERK Tel next"R-raph four shall weekly publtoh|1..11.this H.Witness OrdetIn SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY,

:Sunday: at Graham. Everybody I will be a candidate for the my hand and official W.C.T.U. I
I 1,100 Invited to attend.Keystone office of seal. nt Stnrko, Florida, thin July
II I ''s City Clerk of Starke in 2r. 1949.UFFiCIAt.. \ SELL OR TRADE
II I the City Election of September ( BRAT. A. T. Thnmos
I 13. 1949. As' rierkof said Court The State W. C. T. V. will observe I
Br Haven Cr0510':: r>. f.lav It's .
I need the position and will [ K.ldyn. H lden Bldit.. Puytonnlleui'h > I Itly. 66TII year of organization
HeightsBy FliirlllU I awl service In Ocala this
4-FT. CAPACITY be grateful for your encouragement .\ for I'lf. 7-89 4t 8.191 FalL The National organization DOWLINGandWAINWRIGHT
and support and as I am -
Mrs. II. L. Morgan Jr. no politician I will truly need la ScenIC c....... Bradford (.oust,. will celebrate the 75TII or Diamond .
Plorlilai. la ..h..r?. I Jubilee In Seattle Washing
your help.I Kiln l-'earl 1 Martin T'lnlntlff vs
$199.00 CAMP 1MMOKALEK: promise you faithful efficient John. Henry !Martin\ n..f..ndnnt'. ...<;iNo ton.In
1 eachat
$1 and courteous 74.H.Order commemoration of Uii Diamond -
1'KESENTS PROGRAM service. at Pahllentloa. oil: 'Votteo toAppear. Jubilee
Small Down Payment -Leslie Biggs STATK OF PI.ORIIIV tot year membership
On July 21. at
Sunday Evening residence solicited
John Henrv Martin whose are for thl worthy work '
1'M:: p. m. Camp Imimokalee the Hnd address Is unknown: on "FOR GOD AND HOME: AND Phone 179 310 Temple Ave. Starke. FiArtMV' '
FOR MAYORI You are required to appear
Y. M. C. A. Camp on Lake altruist. 29.* IM'! In the altovo named EVERY LAND".
C. H. Brooklyn presented "The Council wish to announce that I will roiirt nnd .,onuse wherein pliilntln ,
Nasworthy b.. candidate.. to succeed myself seeks dlvorve & care. cuHtody &
of the Seven Fires" a traditional
Clayton Crawford's control ..f' minor I clilld.I flriulford,
Indian Ceremonial of the Sioux. as Mayor In the City Election ,of (onnty 1''I".rol.h| shall I I t'ulill ip.h this

GENEKAL SUPPLIES &'he program was under the direction I'"t.'! 13. In announcing my candidacy (rdr In ,next four hitnd, weekly and official IHHUPMMritnens
mv .
2.12 East Call Street 4 Miles! Out of Red Dawn Sioux Indian for., re-election I assure stml. fit Htarke. Klitrldn. (thla July CAMP WRECKING CORP BLANDfNG
the voters. that I will 2n, lilt.
lute from, Sioux Falls my
specialist OFFICIAL. !SR\M' A. 1. Thomas.As .
S. D. Uoys who have attended efforts to give the people of Clerk ...f Sllld Court '
Starke Fla. State Farm Road
I the Indian Lore classes at the Stance a fair and impartial administration I A fly .1 I haven Thom Prosbv.,".. Jr..D St'arke'"', Florida.lAlty. ', .

camp participated. In the future just i iai for I'lf 7-211 41 I 8-19 SEASONED LUMBER

I have done In the past. I api I i. .
Tho entertainment consisted of
predate your electing me to this In Circuit 4'.....I. ii.11.1 f.rI ( utility.l .
I authentic costumed dances rhythmic l Fl'trltlut. I.. ( hnni'err.KIlKn .

L __ tom-tom exhibitions, sign office H. C. for Wall tho and unexpired now I hope term that of ,I!'I' 1.u: (lice Knnllr1..1.KrnnU; I Ki'ftf. f'II I it-fwndant itiff., .; vs 2 x 4's 10', 12' 14' - J 1000 bd. ft. $502x6's

0- language demonstrations and ritual C'BBO No. 7111!.
you .will do me the honor of Mild Police tounenr
all presented against a true Ing me for a full term. cll'et-1 I, rder' of, !t.Pulillrntlon'r \-tt" : us-. L'l.ItiIP,t tP. 10', 12', 14' 1000 bd. ft. $50
trrjJL11I..J background of colorful Indian l.ulher' Frank Kecd, whtiHo
-Jake P. liux Depot SIS
IH cl<> Oreyhulind
crrl scenery. Cronn Street.required New Haven to nopflur('..nn.onAllBTliHt : 2 x 6 DECKING T & G' . J 1000 bd. ft. $50 I
You urn
Keystone Heights Midgets I
I Fun :MAYOR ; 2**, 194' In the ahoy numi'd
staged an 8-5 victory over the I ,wish to announce thAt I will Curt and cause. wherein $plaintiff
Hampton Midget Team Wednesday I Hanks dlvnrfH" nml restoratltm of 2x 8's12', 14', 18' . J 1000 bd. ft. $50
I a for Mayor of malilnn name llrailfortl <'ntitit .
afternoon of laat week at SUirke. I nrnmls fe'liw .It I Telittt-raph shall publlnh thin Order

Hampton where they played before izens a fair and mv impartial (administration ', In Witness next four I mv weeklv hand Issues find official 1x6, 1 SHEATHING J 1000 bd. ft. $30 up

the largest and most enthusiastic rUarke, Florida" this July
; and seal at
an earnest

She is crowd of the season. Paul In the welfare of our City.I I. 21.IO'FFICIAI.1949' KAI.: ) A. .1. Thomas. 1 x 3, 1 x 4 PINE FLOORING J 1000 bd. ft. $25 up

sure ... Rivers fine pitching controlled ask each of you for vote A. Clerk of said Court
opposition. and support and will VMiytonillleiirh ,
appreciate Helden, !Selden nlda.

pleased with her new The Rotary Club met as usual your efforts in my behalf. ThankIng I.'I.rif.. hho. 7-29 4t 8-19
on Friday for luncheon at Keystone you Atty. PICNIC IN YOUR

Inn. Guest speaker was ,-J. R. (Nookle) Wainwright fall for Illds.' >oll-e: tn Coatrartors.Htarkr. ATTIC FANS

"Red Dawn" Sioux Indian from $oalod lid. 'wlll. r'lorltlafor bH received' by SO LB. ROLLROOFING OWN YARD !

Sioux 1 Falls S. D. who presentedan FOR CIIIRF OK POLICE the IIsl. of Public lnetruCtltn. ofltradford

Interesting program of Indian I hereby announce to the people Couuty. FI..rlda. 0'at Pllhan.lrn"tlon the- PICNIC TABLES
.ffIte .f the Kuporlntendl'nt 36" . $29.75
of Starke Florida
tales. In his talk "Red Dawn"brought my candidacy forth tie In iltark

to light many problemsof office of Chief of Police. Your up to 111 o'clll'k A.M.. l.toI.1'whl.h.. Men'time
at $2.75
vote and lay. Auorll.t U'h. 1949. will b" 42" $32.75 up
the Indians on the reservations support will be greatly anel piai'e all bide received -

In the West. At present the great. appreciated. pUblicly opened .011 read.n"aloud labor forfurniehitlit $2.75 Sq.

-Earl F. Miles all mal..rl..lo HI.......... 72" .
est question pending Is the provision IIul, ...nil'ru'Unll' CoRi'r.te: $84.50
._ 0'._.__._...,_ ...._._ ......_..L
of adequate educational nraaioro: < -- n.n ,

facilities' KOR CHIEF OF POLICEI Hlarkr,bid Florida.' received after the specified LIMITED OFFER
Any be considered. LESS THAN M% OF NEW
hereby' announce time and Oate will not
my candidacy
Each weekend tills summer
for election to the office of accompaniedby THICK. MOTORS EXTRA.
Chief bid must be
L many of the same people returnto Kach
of Police of the certified check or bid bond In
City of Starke. a
'vtt. Keystone Inn to be leisurely amount of five p oorc..nl of the
t. and enjoy two days of freedom Having served on the police force bus the bid an guarantee that the bidder I CELOTEX... .
for several I it itwardttd.. contract will TOILETS
feel Benches
{rom the heat and bustle of the years that the consecutive calendar days "2H."i
city. Recent guests from Jacksonville experience that I have gained will after within written ten notice .being- given of 'tIikke.sstreedc( > .
enable me 'to discharge the such award enter Into a written 1" tbkkse (ff) I2<> . s. ft. Flush Valve
Double watt who donned their casual | duties contract. with the Hoard of Fublta la ., 10 en* 12 fw* .....h.. ,ie aJ

C, fc.*>p wat.r hot clothes and relaxed In the de- of this Important office to the Instruction of Bradford with County the ucceptsd Included far rhaarrea, $ | OO

.-4 -i- 1i&r- ightful coolness of the Inn were: best Interests of the people of Florida hid In untl accordance irlvea contract Millwork I : Vifte... chin. H... c._.... _. . . ..
w Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Moore. Lt. Starke. I have been a residentof surety littnd natlnfai'tory to said 1 h r e m a, Slaa.tyaaHmh -
: the City of Starke for 39 Hoard In an amount" atiual to one .. ..

St..l. chall'l l and Mrs. C.V.. Babbit. Mr. and years hundred per cent of the contract '
: and a taxpayer. Your vote and DOUBLE HUNG GYPLAPWALLBOARD
Mrs. L. K. French Mrs. Wayne price.No
f orjong.rBowfihapwd. withdraw his bid
; active support will bo greatly bidder may $12.50
H. Perrlne Mrs. Grant Cobourn ap for it period fit thirty day. after

> Mrs. H. L. Crawford and her son preciated on September 13. !.... date. let for the opening thereof Windows _

t_ i tub Mrs. Laura Coxwell, Mr. and Mrs. -Ben C. Holtzendorf .Alt work shall he done In accordance ** $2500 ....
C. S. Adams and Mr. Uuy D.Hnrtsfieii. with plane, apeulflcatlonsand ...........
for fatter washing KOK CHIEF: OF POLICK contract documents relative Frames
thereto which may he examined L-g ELECTRICAL Un rimiM i I hereby make my announcement at the nfrim. nf the Superintendentof
II 4.1( 4 Mini. Ann Wiggins. daughter of to succeed myself as Chief Public Instruction btarke. Florida -
office nf Sanford W. $8.95
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Is or at the
-. Wiggins home
of Police .
,- -. ti Super dutyaluminum of the City of Starke 0..101. Architect. (lalnesvllle. Florida.One .
J : r from Fairfax Hall, Wnynesboro and I will set of such plans and contract UPPLIESF I
t -, kj-- 1 I I wring Va. and Rochester N. Y. where vote and greatly appreciate the dcjuuments and f01.me for bidding 12 lit* <2'$'\4'6") Euclhot. .". BUY AHOME
::4-e I .- she visited Mr. and Mrs. Samuel support of each and every may bo from secured either by of tleneral mild officepby IitM See7, 8.. I.dlet. -,eel-
citizen In our town. I have served tractors M baltf, twitch l.a.., wall out.

!\I'Cord.IrA.! McCord U the former you for 23 years as a member of Five defiosltlnic Dollars (U51 therewith In cash the or sum money of i.$... I"N. roaala twitchai. ....... _....

$14.95 VirginiaVlgglns.. your police force two of these .order which deposit. will be,. refunded tic.. .. a.w r panels, a_ c.,,,',

Mr. and Mrs. J. Halt Carpenterof years as chief and have endeavored bid upon and return Hunmlxnlim of aalft of a plans hone. fide and LIT .X c...... ..>4 .... Week .t KM AJ LtTTLI AS

: down Jacksonville spent last weekendat to help "nn Irart docn..nta In genii ....n.dlUon SINGLE I ...... ........

% the home of !Mr. and Mrs. W I< and child In our every town man at all woman times d>&t.. set within for opening ten days the> after bids. Any the GALVANIZED

1p J.!Siprelle.Gertrude Houser 'I IMiss 'be it day or night. when I was'called additional other sets than.qu..1 th. submission fur purposes of SASH m3 t-i [ I SHEETIRON $300
and Mrs.
I reported to you. It mightnot a bid will bs furnished at the actual ;

t S. E. McKay left last Wednesdayon be possible for me to sea refund.cost of duplication but without $1.45 'Galvanltnl flat metal Hherlil: DOWN IASY TIRAAS.

*' L/"ES"a Speed Qu enalways brings new joy N. a C.motor where trip they to will Royal be guests Pines but each should and I every nviss one you I personally still will I. .satlsfai-tnry Bidders qualification In the Hnaril of mii Publlofnstrnetlon ,t h* SUsie .... fee b..... ........ .... Random Slze-. _._.?_ Sc ft. _ _ _

I JL into every home. Clothes are cleaner, of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Walrath. appreciate your vote.Sincerely Florida., of Bradford County. O BLACK. a.tLVANizcn SOIL PIPE

Sr. who are summering thei. The Board. of Public Instructionof PIPE FITTINGS

"'Wash"" days'are* horter, 'laundering costs are Mrs. A. H. Ruvhcr was strlrk- W. E. (Ebb yours) Thornton I Hra-lford the rlnl.t. County to waive, Florida lnforms.1Jtlsa reserves -- & SOLD BY THE FOOT OR TON

in en while In Secaucus N. J. In bid and to reject any .
' serrtce calls are a rarity! Stop She any
i Is home now and feeling much KOR CITY
COlTiCIL The ttnaril of Public Instruc
\ this week: better.Lt. I hereby announce lion nf Bradford County, Florida
\Ed! Timmons of the Air for re-election my candidacy Bv II P. Morgan, Secretary. -
as City Council T-t It 1.12

Force was In town for a short man. I promise to continue to d... "*a NASWORTHY General time on Saturday. He flew
C. H. Supplies Into vote my full time and efforts to House Hill No. 1112. .
Tampa from Fairfield Calif.. with the" betterment of Starke and Its Notice I. hereby gIven that O. H.Alvare .
the holder of (the following

c 232 E. Call St. Starke. Fla. his spend. squadron one night and on Santa waa Fe able Lake to will citizens.be appreciated.Your vote and support certificates for a has tax filed deed to said be certificates Issuedthereon I iLANDING FLA. '.0. BOX569.. STARKE. FLA -PJHONE 61BMDFOBD

The certificate :
I with Mr. and Mrs. Williams.. Paul L. Bridges and years. of Issuance, tha descrlp-' .



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