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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Final ActionOn Free X-ray Offer Threatening Note 'j Received Here Lions Score Win Contests Loom




County BudgetSet I Will Continue .. ,= Over Wesconnett; In All DivisionsOf



For Saturday ThrougbAug.19 i I Play GCS SundayThe City ElectionA


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Bradford County's mass x-ray Stnrke Lions turned. in ii. I three-cornered race for the

Final action on, the 1019-50 survey, which started Monday will a.'' surprise 0-2 win over an undefeated two places to. be filictt'?' on the City

budget was postponed bythe continue through next Friday, Au- ir ,, p second half Wenoonnettt Council In the Sept, 13 election

Board( of County Commissioners gust 19.Busln'J8s. on, the local diamond. Thursday shaped' up this week with an.

until Saturday morning at 8 has been brisk at the ,l : : night of last ,week It was nouncement of his candidacy' by

o'clock. The Board met Monday stationary unit set up In Torode's 9 'e WoRronnctt'a only Ion in 11 North I Ceo B. Flynn, Sr. Mr. Flynn has .
morning for the of 4I not held public but
purpose considering Chevrolet Co., and an almost con- Florida League games < any office
the budget, but other .I) I at one time was superintendent
slant stream of applicants has Jim Hurst, pitching for Starkd,
mattera consumed much of the of the city light and water
I plant.
applied for x-rays since the unit : ,. hurled n Ihitl'amo/ while
time no that final adoption was With only n few days remain-
was placed in operation. ,. Llnni collected 0 from the thr.1
again delayed. .{ '' I ing before the qualifying deadline,
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The schedule for the stationary ''' pitchers who tolled on the
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Dr A. Y.. Covlngton director ."', ,, ,: rnnnett mound Tuesday, August 23 the following
unit the ., (-141-1
during remaining I I
:ti ,>> [ I have announced for the various
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of the County Health Depart \ .I'
II days of the x-ray period Is as for \ The Inst of the eighth proved
ment' addressed the Board in the lows: '-, .r. <, ,,\ .. :f. .l/; to bo Sttn'ke's big Inning whel1th..y city offices to be filled:
; 'El1iJ...', For Mayor: J. P. Roberts incumbent -
foi "f
interest of a previous request ;\ )
5 after two men
Friday Aug. 12: 10 to 1 and, 2 scored runs,
1j ; and J. R. (Nook>
an increase of $800 In the appropriation to 5 p.m. 11i1' ttj: were: out with pitcher Hurst Wainwright
the of
for
operation the with hit that
clinching a
the department during the new Saturday, Aug. 13: 1 to 4 and A threat-note demanding payment !tame the For City' Clerk: Carl Johns, Incumbent -
brought two men across plute.
5 to 8 p.m.Tuesday / ; and K. Leslie Biggs.
Dr. stated that
year. Covington of $1,000 "if you want to Right/ Fielder Jerome Johns of :
because of services and & 16- For City Council: P L. Bridges
expanding Wednesday,. Aug. Slnrke and Weitconnett's
keep jour son alive" was found S'col1dl incumbent; W. T, ( )) ) Jackson
Billy
the growing case load it would be 17: 10 to 1 and 2 to 0 p.m. Basemen Gaines each collected ;
under'the door of and CJeo B
stuffed screen Flynn.
Impossible to operate the department ; Thursday, Aug. 18: 9 to 1 p.m. three hits In four tries I I
at full withoutan the front porch of the E. J. Dah- For Chief of 'Police: W. E.Thol'nton .
efficiency Friday. Aug. 19: 10 to 1 and 2 Son
In their non-lengue Sunday 1.11II.s
AnA ) Incumbent; Earl;: ".
Increase in the county's ap to 0 p.m. mer home on South Cherry St; I
***** game tile Lions fared not so well ; and Bon C. Holtzendorf.

propriation. The above dates are for the last Friday morning losing 4-2 to McIntosh on the Ocala Saturday, Aug. 13, Is the final

Tile Commissioners stated that stationary unit at Torode'a In A photoetatlc copy of the noteIs diamond Mitchell Brown hand- date for new voters to registerat

although they appreciated the Starke. reproduced at right while led the mound asnlgnmcnt for the City Hull In order to qualify

splendid work being, carried on Remaining dates for the mobile I Frank, the Dnhmor's five-year- ;' Stark.>, allowing McIntosh 6 hits. to vote In the forthcoming elec-

In the county by the health department unit are as follows: old son, is pictured above. J Starke collected 5 from Savage tion. The Clerk's office will remain -
they could not see th..lrway WB@'M
clear to the Tuesday Aug.. 16: Home's Store Up to date Investigating' officers In Tuesday' night's non-league/ open until II p.m Saturdayin

Increasing the appropriation Hampton 10 to 12 and 1 to 3 p. have no leads to Indicate . !game the Lions scored a 11-6 win order to accommodate. thorn
beyond amount
appropriated m. whether the note is a genuine over Hawthorne. Godwin for whe wish to register on the final
last year. threat Starlet nil'ink nut 12 visiting bat- day
or a gruesome "Joke" per-
Wednesday, Aug. 17: Rahn'nStore
The Sheriff was instructed t-> tars before relieved by Mc- I
with misplaced being
levy on any and all personal 3 Brooker 10 to 12 and 1 to petrated sense by soirfone of humor or a perhaps I d'r ih < crec : e" ra .e r' H Grief In the sixth. Hawthorne obtained
p.m.
property formerly owned by Rosier I written with some other ilx hits while the 10c,11Icame School To Begin

Bros Gas Co. In Starke for Thursday, Aug. 18: Colored warped motive At any rate it through with 12.
the purpose of collecting the 1948 Church, Lincoln City, 5 to 8 p.m. .
has given the Dahmer family sonu The Lions took an eiuly decisive
unpaid personal property taxes. Friday, Aug. 19: Reno Theatre, very uneasy, momenta during the ; lend by scoring| B runs In the first :dew Term Aug. 22
1 to I
4 and 5 to 8 7r.rh
p.m. : 13..iA-l7dl'd
He was also directed to levy on past week.. cm P ) Inning. Hawthorne was held scoreless -
J:91-1
The mobile unit took
x-rays at :
all personal property owned by Y.r '
The Dahmers were away' from until the seventh Rldought/
Lawtey on Tuesday and Wednes
Earl M. Campbell for the purposeof day of this week. home at the time of discovery of and Webb handled the mound assignment Pre-srhool, registration of new r

collecting the 1948 unpaid personal Everyone the note about 8 o'clock last Fri for the visitors pupils will be conducted by Brad

property taxes. In thexcounty over day morning by John O. This Thursday night the Lion. ford high and elementary schoolson
Kemp
15 years of age who has not already .1 II'y II1 "ji
Salary of Newn D Burney, who had a free chest U young Starke printer and employe $ :Iz e. q r':1: "f'hI played a return game with McIntosh Wednesday, Aug 17, from (Dam
x-ray
has been : the local fluid but the to 4 m. at the school
promoted to grader operator urged to study the above schedule of'the Telegraph Kemp, who occupies : on p house

was raised to $42 per month. II and apply for one at the time and an apartment In a separ- -." .- ':'ii score was not known at presilime In Starke.
The Clerk presented a letter ate building on the Dahmer property /r yeHlpl'dILY. I I The 1919-fiO' / term for BHS begins -
place most convenient.Tornadoes .
received from E. W. Hayes former was leaving for work when .1. A .h-k i.r. For their assignment this Sun- Monday, August 22. the
Tax Assessor, in which he objectedto Miss Hazel Phillips, employe of YI1'j? ., ft I S I ,1./tbF day the Lions meet Green CoveIn earliest opening date In several

the following items being/ the Dahmer newsstand and, gift n league game on the Starke years. School customarily begins

charged against him on the Report Begin shop, drove up and asked him to > ? ,, diamond, here on Labor Day, the first Monday
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of Errors, Double Assessments jet the Jacksonville newspapeii '. .' ; ,1/:, :,; t: ft'\1) ::\ ;;:; ;' ;' < Staika Is now in fourth place In in September The date :was

and Insolvencies on the that are left by carriers on thu Pc I, c d W ')J\"r :IIf l'I't'fJllytIgut1'j/: the league) with a percentage of moved up this 'year, however. In
1948 tax roll: Practice Monday Dahmer front porch every night. ,I \ ,429 ((3 wins and 4 losses) In the order to permit all schools in the

R, C Buford. amount on E & As Kemp opened the screened second half Mandarin Is leading county to open at the same time
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.. v door' he discovered JLfte ,not ,sad. ; ':' with 'a record of'-S wins and 'no Most rural ''school In 'pr Vf u.i'
I $4003: ,7'if .
tr Report ; : ; : r"i ii .....
BHS Hobbs ; .
Conch < ; : ;
Hospital, amount on E & I Report Jimmy wfll after leading, gave it to Mis / .A : .>. ..fAt: ,1. ; .. 't. \/-t" : : ;( :., ,, ; InflHI'S. years have opened several weeks
I return tomorrow from. a six-day ." .. _.. ,; ," :. -. :;. .. For tliii complete season so far before the Starke school
who the .
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Dahmers ,
Phillips .. '
50 telephoned Mi't. .,
$409 ; : : .' ': ... .; ''::;; : ;,
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coaching clinic full of Idea }.... .. ..) ... ,, ; 'M.i.F
new "
.. I"'i .. both and non-league Pupil who were enrolled In the
league
at their .. (
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State Prison Farm lands amounton apartment house in .. .. ( .... .... .. .
E & I Report. $2.742.66. which his 1949 he Tornado will begin to impart to Jacksonville. n... ,, n. .'I7'ii' !) "j ;{'jI.i.' .. ; ....._... ." ." ';.,'. ;. (. :. ::1"l; ; ,. .1. .'iI t I'?". .C4. games) Stnrke has a record of 0 Starke school last year will not

In his letter Mr. Hayes said he return to the squad old when theboys Mrs' D..hmer'and Frank hH p # ; '.v .:.,.j.... .:_1nnjfflL. ,: ''r' ., ,;I."i"tt! ,'. ,, .... wins and 19 !tosses: or a \percent have to register on August 17
stamping age'of ..321.Tnlvldlllli. Parents are reminded that chit.dren
was not In error in assessing Mr. been in Jacksonville several days,
ground Monday to begin fall football
of the
batting averages entering first grade
Buford on his property and that where she was having some worlt
the to him of the homestead practice. done CommendedFor the Lions are as follows: must bit six years of age before
granting! on the apartment house Mr. Starke National Guard Unit
. exemption should not be The clinic, second a.-nual eventof Dnhmer went up Thursday as I is .4 tn 'li.fitl Jan 1. 1010.:\ and birth certificate
Its kind In Florida, was held in I I.eil4M. 1..00. '\I must bit presented to thna1l'8.
charged! against him; that the his custom to buy prove
phonograph
KIIIKII. 271 tae ItUII.
hospital was a legal assessment the Jacksonville Naval Air Station records for hU shop on that day' It's Record At Summer Encampment I .."...." IoU III 210e'rvre" .
and
gymnasium outstanding run Ono Ito
and that he had and
had
no knowledgethat remained overnight planning "luivliliiiiiirr 330 H71 8'11
the Board of County Commissioners college coaches served as Instruc- a trip to Jacksonville Beachon 70 Guardsmen terrific back blast Needless to |:other, methods have' been nil off I \ 271 ao" 2/s Mrs. Kenyon WinnerAt
tors during the six-day school. Last Sunday happy .HII.... 21)205/ 224,1.IIns
had granted It ah exemption First Tornado Is Friday. arrived at the Starke armoryfor say the onlookers were properly | or rendered unsafe for .cominiml-I l40. : 2'11 Appreciation Day
practice caUed nee
on the 1949 tax roll that I WnnirHuriil, ale nun
: vital infoi million. Spe-
of
After much to cation
for 3 p.m. Monday and all receiving the phone call. their last active duty formation awed. There was more 100 070 ON1
he was Instructed by the Board to Intend to go out for football boyewho from Miss Phillips, they returnedto of the summer encampment.If the demonstration but space restricts ''cirri Taint Is dun Sgt 1-C 1''::<1- Halin. ., 271 2.1.1. 8'111I..h..r Mrs Dorothy M. Kenyon was
carry the State Prison Farm landsat Starke and wards, Corporals Mllox, Godwin, (11111 81:1: 121Iflri.v the winner of the
this year are expected to reportat Friday night Mr the readers do not believe that description 100 U.I Ud AppreciationDay
the values shown on the tax that time. Both and Dahmer left a note in a large home Ie the beet place In the world The 121th Infantry Regiment 1I0It.1I101.f. and Recruit Wlmuv, MnliinoHrnwiiv one Ira III drawing sponsored by Starke
roll in spite of the fact that the morning brown at the received another excellent rulingon who tllmbed many poles. before ( 000 lilt Oil merchants Wednesday, afternoon
afternoon sessions will be held envelope bridge stat to be, they should ask a Guards- I louse eu '114
return flied on said lands placeda ing that he could not while he accidentally rut his foot. Hers wan a 10 ticket
next week. Coach Hobbs said The obtain $1,000on mAn. The two weeks spent at their training nt camp percent
lower value. morning session will bo droppedwith such short notice, and asking Fort Jackson were interesting and More than one of the very high' The Intelligent Section' header. ) which entitled her to $23 In trade
Being convinced of the reasonableness that he be 48 hours officers the 48th Division furnished with local I stores, .
the opening of school on given to complete nobody can deny that they hada ranking on by Corporal Burroughs Softball Stars
of Mr. Hayes' request' August 22. negotiations lot of fun, but all were happyto Staff pointed out the Second I an astonishingly! lifelike maneuver Names drawn before Mrs. Ken-

the Board approved his explana. I With the first game only six As he stopped at the bridge, arrive at home station.On Battalion with pralne. At the DI- enemy for the rifle ronipnniis I yon's were Ruby Edward: ((3 percent

tion mentioned and declared above that the Items weeks away (Wllllaton there two cars were close behind him. Monday the rear detachment vision Review it was reported that Some of the rifle company boys" seat Lake Butler ) and Mrs. C J. Basted ((2D)
should not be
Sept 23), Hobbs will let no grass One containing tourists, stoppedon arrived via( convoy. They the "Singing Second" did not lose were artrnlly afrnld for n few percent>

charged against him. grow under his feet or the feet the bridge to ask road directions had an Interesting# trip with no one man due to fatigue and heat moments, when they slipped upon I Next week the "treasure chest'

of his proteges once the skull and the other passed on by. accidents for which Captain In- The "Singing Second" received thin an outpost and heard Cup- I i Saturday night's game between will total $27206.Marines .

Baptist VBS Closes; sessions get under way. With on- It Is not known whether the second gram expressed his gratification. name because; of efforts tn sing" lain Cone tliittalmn' ; BlRK"/ &: linker, and National GUArd

Attendance.Good ly eight lettermen out of 23 returning car possibly contained the Their Itinerary included leaving; about any and everything that Officer and Recruit Intellljl"nl.1 1 1 will determine whether or not FiringAt

to BHS this fall, the Tornado writer of the note, who might Fort Jackson at three o'clock In occurred at Fort Jacksorf carrying on a rapid conversationIn them will be a play-off for championship '

The Vacation Bible School of mentor realizes only too well have been "scared off" by the the afternoon Sunday, arriving at The Regimental Commander German The section hail, special I I of the second half in the Camp Blanding

the First Baptist Church concluded the yeoman task he will have In coincidence of the tourist car Savannah that night where they Col\ Maxwell C Snyder was profuse uniforms patterned after the I(City Softball league Detachments from the Marine"

its activities on Friday August whipping a team Into shape before stopping at the same time. At any spent the night after supper at In his praise. of the men, uniforms used by the maneuverunits I I If B &: B beats N. G, then It Barracks attached to the Naval

5, having been In session for the inaugural game. r rate, the envelope wan not pickedup Morrisons Cafeteria. Breakfast throughout the encampment, butafter at Fort Knox, will meet Robbins the following Air Station, Jacksonville com

five days The average attendance Losses by graduation last spring Friday night. again at Morrison's the following; his praise he pointed out Hq. &: Ilq Section Platoon did I I week to settle the championship plete their first period of firing

for the entire school was 100 with left the Tornado squad virtually! In discussing the matter with morning, lunch In Baldwin and some of the corrections that cotiU' an outstanding job In planning'', If B & B loses however, Robblns. on the Camp Blanding ranges today

the enrollment being 112. "endless" and "guardless" and the Telegraph yesterday, Mr. Dab. a: glorious bath and clean clothea have been made. and coordinating the function of '.will carry off second half honors ,

The Beginner Department /with Coach Hobbs Is faced with the mer made a statement to the In Starke that afternoon. At the end of the camp the Buttallon the vurloun staff and service seer I'I by virtue of its 4 wins and one The second t period will be held

Mrs Mary Lawson as superintendent necessity of moving men up to effect that "If this Is no Joke,. I There was only one casualty III Commander Lt Col llobt tlons and definitely. did more than i I loss August 22-28, and the final period

hAd an average attendance'of' fill these positions from the backfield request the writer to contact me the Starke company during# the B. Harkness called the Second their part In making the encamp-,' Tonight (Friday) National will be Sept 7-9 Approximately -

23. The Primary Dept., Mrs. Tom where his losses were lightest again by mall. It was Impossible I encampment. Recruit Fred Wimpy together for the express' purpose ment a complete succexs I Guard will do some cat<'hlng-up 20) men, using M-l rifles are

Harding averaged an attendance "The backfield prospects look for me to carry out the Instructions of Graham had a nasty slashon of thanking them for the xoip- Four recruits have already made on Its schedule by playing a firing during each period for expert

of 40( the highest In the school nice" he commented yesterday. i as suggested!: In the first: his foot received while wearing/ tlonnl display of cooperation high preliminary application for enlistment double-header with Alvarez and and sharpshooter medals .

The Junior Dept., Mrs L. D. Lettermen who will report backto I note because I was out of townat a set of pole climbers when ha 'morale, and Initiative. He reminded and will probably be accepted Hercules. a The public is warned against

Haines assisted by Mrs R. B. the old grind Monday are: Glenn the time it was left and too Inadvertantly placed his feet too them that many of the met at the next regular drill Last Friday's league content trespassing on the Blanding

Alvarez Jr. and Mrs. Yancey, had Conner hb; Carl Carter hb; Jack many people knew about It before close< together.: It was Just one of had no previous military experience on Monday Aug. IS. saw Coca-Cola down Alvarez in ranges especially near the Impact -

20 as its average attendance. The Hazen. qb; Carl Johns fb;' Jack I did. If the next note Is mailed those things. except for several weeks of a lopsided 16-2 contest Murray, area, during the firing.FARMERS.

Intermediate Dept., Miss Janette Walnwrlght t: Jack Eaves, t: I will be the only one to know Members of the company were armory drill and he omruend Eight QualifyAs I pitching for Alvarez allowed 10

Priest assisted by Mr. Clyde Kenneth Johns c (played guard about it"District treated to an exhaustive dlspla those men and their leaders on hits while Yancy for Coca-Cola

Priest and Mrs Frazer Shaw ha. last year); and Tommy. Hamilton of new equipment during the waning their proficiency at the end of InstructorsIn held the opposition to 1,

an average attendance of 18. The end. ConferenceHeld days of camp when one of the the encampment. Swimming CourseEight Last Friday's other game was !

Juniors and Intermediates had as line companies together with heavy The motor section! received commendations a non-league exhibition contest In

their work project the stringing of I Swimming And By Colored weapons company put on a from the Regimental .. residents of Starke, completed which Biggs and Baker got revenge Are you reading "Farmer'

s the! TB tags for the X-Ray drive ; Methodist ChurchesA half-day demonstration of weapons Commander, the Battalion Commander the Water Safety Instructor on Hercules. with a 10-2 Dlury", thi highly entertaining -

now In process.. A mission offer- Lifesaving CoursesTo currently used by the bat and some very special Training Course recently conducted win. Since It was a non-league new column found on page

Ing of f 18 was given by the school Begin Aug. 15 total( of $2,200 was raised at talion of which; Starke, J.ck..n.vUle. words of praise from Regular Army In Bradford County by I tilt. II & B pulled out all the tit of the Telegraph eachwerfcT
to the building fund. Leesburg Gainesville ant personnel who commented( that stops even to recruiting talent
the highly successful District Con Richard E.;: Langford. Special I If nut, you're' missing
Rev. L. D. Haines was principal Jack Trawlck Bradford Count ference held in the new Pleasant Ocala are members. The demon- at. all times the battalion had Field Representative of the from the Starke Lions baseball one of the moot Interesting department

of the school. Due to the recent Safety Services Chairman American Grove M. E. Church. stration included a display of the adequate transportation, even American National Red Cross. team. Hercules refused to "go of the paper, and one

long revival and the building Red Cross has announcedthe The convention terrible' effectiveness of the new though there was practically no, Jack Trawlck, Bradford County professional" and played Its regu- that U of especial appeal to
program of the' church, the sup beginning of swimming and was opened recollless weapons just Issued to time for maintenance. At the lar lineup. Bradford. Courtly farmer and
Services Chairman announced
Wednesday Safety ,
port /given: to the Vacation Bible lifesaving classes at Strlckland's night July 27. witha the Florida National Guard. One final vehicular Inspection conducted In an all-star game" last Satur their families.
School is commendable. Landing on Kingsley Lake. fine program by Rev. A. LPick. phase of the demonstration must by the Regimental Staff Representative that the eight Instructors day night Starke took a 13-6 decision
.. will begin teaching swimming and This column I I" conducted by'
Mr. Trawlck stated: "We wantto be described In order to give credit the Second Battalion from Lake Butler. The locals -
lifesaving at Strlckland's LandIng 4. J. McOarvey who, although
Water DemonstrationAt provide swimming instruction Thos. A. Ougen. District Sup to Its planning and effective was lauded for the excellent con- I got off to a flying start with
Klngsley Lake on Monday, comparative newcomer to
for erintendent conducted the dition of their vehicles 10 In the first then
those who cannot swim and convention execution: The mo- runs Inning
.
August 13Bradford them parts U rapidly learning
Kingsley Lake lifesaving methods for those who and the program commit An "A" frame was erected and tor section of course Is from drew a blank for the next four,
tee was composed of Rer. E. M. Starke and Lt. Robt. l la County's new' water back In the sixth his nay around and l ii. goingto
5 P. M. Friday already know how to swim." an M-l rifle suspended from the Mann just coming strong
Both courses are to be held In Hurley Rev. L. H. McLendon. crossbar. A 73 mm. rifle and a1IDm. as proud as a peacock.The safey( Instructors are: Miss\, Polly with S more. tell yull..h week what hees .
..* and beam that Is of intrmt
Students who have just completed the afternoon. The sw1n>ming Rev. Inca Johnson Rev. H. J. rifle were also suspendedfrom communications section: was Mann Miss Clarice Thomas MissFreddie Yancy and Frlck sharing pitchIng to our farm .rider

the Water Safety Instruction class will) get under way at 4 Blunt Elizabeth Mundy, Eliza- the crossbar. The M-l was the first In camp to establish a Wlmberly. Ron Davis honor for Starke struck out I
best Austin and Eleanor Hurley. rocked It battalion communication and Tom Slade Jack Trawtck, ComerPerrym.n. 9 Butler batters and permitted, Mr. McGarvey Is always on
Training Course,. The total amount realized from 73 Lt Carlisle's have been f.rnt-; and Charles Mooney. 9 hits Mackey for Lake Butler
ley Lake by the American Red Instruction. to begin Monday, violently. Then the mm. was men If
so neighbor
Cross, will stage a demonstrationat August 13, and probably will con- selling\ refreshments. was $102. fired and the suspension ropes remained ers In nearlyevery phase of Regimental "These people are offering their struck out 3 and allowed 7 hits are doing you anything or your that-

Strickland's landing this afternoon tinue through the remainder of During the convention there still. This was quite a communications The men. time and energy on a voluntary would make
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(Friday) at 5 o'clock the: month. "There are no age were many visitors from Jacksonville shock to the observers. especiallywhen enjoyed their radio work very basis to the people of Starke and NOTICE drop a by newsworthy the Telegraph paragraph

The pubUc ls Invited to attend jmiti on the swimming class Gainesville. New York. they saw the difference between much and special Interest wan surromdlng communities; I hope City registration bocka11\ anil .Iratr word for "Sam": or

the show in order that they might said Mr. Trawick, "but lifesaving Brooklyn and other cities the results of the firing of shown In the big radio that the each person In Bradford County close Saturday, Aug. 13. The office see or write him at hill farm

become acquainted with the Important class U limited to those swimmerswho The closing ceremony was by two weapons Other demonstrations company has This radio I.' the who cannot swim will avail him of the City Clerk will remain near Law try.

program being carried on are between the age of 12 Rav. Zack Smart with the recollless weapons one that furnishes communicationto or herself of this. opportunity to open until 3 p.m. Saturday for

by local Water safety !instructors. and 13.: Lillian CumnUnjs, Reporter. Included a demonstration of the rear areas In combat when all learn stated Mr Longford. the convenience of new voters .
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FRIDAY AI'Gt'ST
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PAm TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA -- =-.
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attack recently. Word has Mrs. Tom :WhlttlnRton for .
heart severe
Heights. Ray Hearst Frankie Walrath. Beedle who Is days. Mra.. Whittington
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Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Manager W. P. Wilson and Mr. Charles Kilpatrick and David been Mrs.received that he In Improving.: company them to Key Went and aCt i

[b and Mrs. P. H. Hasklns accompanied Swartzwelder.t i spending several months here at will also travel back vlth them
1378fftobllKlied E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNtn-EoiTOH: them. White Feather Court, was calledto to Goldsboro and Winston Salem
Another birthday In Wilmington. Del. N. C. to visit relatives there '
Every Friday aDd Entered .. Second! 1 that of F. M. her' home
Keystone Airpark celebrated was of her daughter. Mrs\ W J.
,
Illness Whtesld,
Wal-I I the
[gase Matter at the Pont Office at Starke, Fla.MEMBER Visitors at Keystone Ranch and rath, Jr. who ,was feted due We to are glad to hear that Kutnle daughter, Olenda. have gone and

Airpark last weekend were Mr. gathering of neighbors and much better. Charlotte, ''N C. and to
Jr. Is feeling Portsmouth
(lj) 1949shacMpUoa 'TZyJiura garqess AfaftrPONCA. and Mrs Bill Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening.. Va. for several weeks They ,

NEI32. === H. D. Sheldon Mr. and Mrs. John S Baptist WM8: Meeting visit Mrs. Whlteslde's will
nAG Annually 11.50 For Six Months Fisher, Messrs. Lawrence Church Mrs H. S. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. The meeting of the! Woman Mr. and Mrs. A C Porter Parents.,

Wherein we have a terrible are rented out. It Is good to have Richard Wilson, Walter Lesbine Brody Harris and daughters Darlene Missionary Society of the First Charlotte and her sister in

storm with much damage, yet I faithful frfends. and Norman Rearson all of Jack- and Cathlene and Mrs. II.tho J. Baptist Church was held at the J. Wright Jr. In Portsmouth Mrs T.

feel I am till rich with! morning ABOUT THE WORLD. Letter sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Lyons oper- Egger of Live Oak visited home of Mrs. Charles Gibson on Mr. and
skies amt aU Messing. from Betty Whittle of England. ate the Lyons Flying Service at A. B. Watson's and W. H. Red- Thursday. August 4. There were Mrs. C J. Ba ledo

DI7" ;U- They have had a hot summer but Herlong Field. ferns last week. Mrs. Wright Is twelve members present. and daughter Bobbe and Mias Su-

I am still rich. she enjoys It From Jullla Arjon- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Workman and the mother of Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Bon F. RiJenour. president Daytona sle Siprelle Beach.spent, Just Sunday .t

V1 VIEWPOINT The morning comes with oldtlme llla In Belize British. Honduras I party visited the Airpark Sunday Mrs. Redfern. opened the meeting while the de-
cheer: America still hot Mrs J. C. Wallace of by Mrs Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrill
"". Central they are and enjoyed swimming and dinnerat Mr. and votional was given of
The sun breaks thru the blurring and dry. Her school has started the Airpark Cafe. Mr. Work- Raiford are occupying the Bar- liam rixler A study of the Year Jacksonville with their nephew

mist; and she Is a busy teacher 'man flew his four place Cessna wick cottage on Lake Geneva for Book took place. Several more Marvin Mollnow were guests of
8TAHKE BEGINS WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR COURSE' And all the sorrows of the night ABOUT USA In the ranch and 170 which he had just jurchased. the month of August. Their nieces, meetings will be devoted to this the F. N. Walrath Jrs. on Sunday.

(Guest Editorial by Richard! Langford) By newborn ray. of hope are farming country of Wyoming the : He Is with the Clearwater Flying the misses Reba Dunn of St. purpose Fred Lorraine, also of Jackson

kissed.! harvest la on. My good friend :Service. Louis Mo., Mary and Patty Langof Mrs T. U. Gibson will be hos- vllle, accompanied them.
I wonder how many of you realize that more than seven thousand Up and rejoice; a spirit cries Hattie Krakow lives on a large Lieutenant Jesse .Lake Worth and Nancy Mynl- tess for the next meting which Other weekend visitors at the

IxTsons1o.se their lives by drowning each year? All of. those drown- What is your loss with morning ranch. We have been friends 'since Johnson Last'Sunday arrived in his PIn! from han of Jacksonville are accomp- will be on Thursday August 18. Walrath home were Tyler Aldrlch

Inga are preventable none of them "just happened. It used to be aklrs! her sister-passed away a year or Air D. anying them. Misses Barbara end 1 and his roommate Bill Masser
Base Washington.
fuihionabln to think that a certain number of drowning tragedies I t am still rich. two ago. In Shubuta Miss. Waver Boiling and few Nancy Bates of Raiford were recent Miss Ann Walrath Is. In Atlanta.Ga of Jacksonville.

live to occur each season-In fact many people still believe that. My friends are faithful as of old Toney is decorating her home. C.Guy Storer spent a made a days.substantial weekend guests. for a week as the guest of

Actually, very few good swimmers drown and then because of unconsciousness They trust me past my old desert CLAY HILL, and Fla. I have flight of nearly five hours In his Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. was Miss Mary Jean Aldrich NOTICE

poor judgement or exhaustion. It Is the non-swimmer They ask no gift of golden gain. word of the death of Myrtle Pad Lalster Kaufman sailplane. This hostess at a dessert card party Bob Durden of Nichols visited Mrs. L. J. (Inez) Green wishes

and the novice who get Into trouble. They do not have knowledge of But only love With their- strength gett the wife of Harvey Padgett.I sets a new record for the Keystone Wednesday, August 3 at 1 p.m. Mr and Mrs. Mike Funderburklast to announce that she was not the
girt She leaves several awardedto week. Mr. Durden Is Mrs. Inez Green who was one of
am so the
sorry. Prizes for bridge were
water safety nor the ability to swim well. They use poor judgment. Can f not face the road ahead,
of a letter In .
email children. Her daughter Lou- Field.Miss Martin Funderburk's cousin. signers last .week's
They try new. skills they have not developed and, when caught in a Tho some old treasured joys are Mlkey Browning, daughter C. D. Whitesldes, Kitty Southerland the
and her O. paper protesting
ise was my school girl 'and Kathy Redfern while Gladys Mr. and Mrs. P. stopping ofI
critical situation they become panicky because they don't know whatto dead? of Mr. and Mrs R. H. BrownIng -
daughter Jewel. Such .a lovely Tlllls and Marge Tracey took the of Goldsboro, N. C. enroute to i I American Legion dances in the
The result In too Is drowning. I am still rich.I operators of-the Airpark returned -,
do. cases.
many and
letter from Ella. Mae Osteen. Her prizes In Oklahoma. A draw prize Key West, stopped with Mr. armory.
Since 1913 the drowning rate per 1$>,000 population has decreasedby have my work which constant 'father's foot Is still. sore from the from the National Soaring she was won by Lois Walker. I I I .
calls Meet at Elmira N. Y. where -
one-half while the number.participating In aquatic activities has ; Injury of a tree and saw falling entered .- of the contestants Have you seen the water tankin "' "'IiH......
I: could not loiter If I would; was as one
Increased many fold. One might well ask why the drowning rate has Each moment has some task to Lila Mae Johns' sister from Georgia A landing mishap, the its beautiful new coat of silver?

decreased while the number of people participating has Increased so speed, Dorothy has Manning been visiting and Mother her folks.have day before the contest opened You must not miss this Home message Ot e1 From where I sit.. // Joe Marsh

greatly. That decrease In the drowning rate did not happen of Its own Some work to do. How kind, how prevented her from entering the "Keystone Heights -
accord. It Is the result of careful planning and diligent effort by vol- goodIs been visiting at Daytona Beach. events. Mlkey was quite disappointed Good Water" ,which Is lettered on T
She Is still to
planning on going
unteers and paid leadership trained In the art of water safety. This life that God grants 'to me- In not being able to return the tower.
school at Starke. One of Clay Hill'sformer returned
Mrs. W. P. Wilson has
(Iralnlnff! has been supplied by organizations like the American Red A segment of eternity! teachers, Mrs. Bernice Ut- with the National Ladies'Championship from a week's stay with her mother Specs And I See
the YWCA and Girl Scouts athletic clubs -Thos. C. Clark. for this area.A .
Cross the YMCA Boy
sey. Is to teach In Galnesvlllo Mrs. J. C. Lynn of .Brunswick -
Colleges and universities and municipal recreation departments. It hall We have had such a wonderful again this year. She has graduated new student Bud Jones, arrived Ga. Eye To EyeAsked

been .a long, hard road but no one can deny that ft has been very summer, Just enough rain and only from the. University of Fla. from Chicago at the Florida A recent guest of Jeanine Brown

The Red Cross water safety program offers Starke and Bradford a few hot days. Then Sunday Mrs. Ruby Nettles of Starke tooka Aviation Academy. He will take was Miss Lucille Fox of Neoga, hunting to what I thick. is right.Ice no cm
,night a terrible storm struck our nice ride thru Baldwin, and commercial flight Instructor and : Specs Allen to go
the of participating in this groat movement of'waterproofing" Ill dislike for not seeing .c"r,-
opportunity to
County life you
i and seaplane rating at the Academy. him all my
town and vicinity. Wind, hail past the road that leads to ClayHill. S last week. Known
America. This program has gained nationwide ac when h. Mug the way I se. it"
rain. The wind blew down trees, Mrs. Winton Parrish and new Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Melgs ot .0 I wisn't surprised
ceptance. It Is founded on sound principles of teaching and Is the remit the hall ruined corn crops and my baby Garry are home and doing Kindergarten May Be Cancelled Miami stopped with the W. H. showed up with no !Run. Specs From where I sit, open-minded-

of more than thirty years of actual experience In the field of wa- garden the wind blew leaves, and fine. They spent a week with her Opening of the new kindergartenwhich Redfearn's last weekend enrouteto doesn't like to kill anything. ness is a wonderful quality ThereCoulin't

ter safety It consists of two phases Swimming and life saving and all rubbish to every lawn and cor- Mother Mrs. Fred Lang at Clay Miss Emma Kate Mansfield their summer camp In Maine. huntare plenty of things Specs admires

water safety.The lieI' The water again rolled down i M. A., former teacher and leaderof Miss Gertrude House and Mrs. ask for a better that I don't care for. Like hit
the hill, flooding the lawns and Hill.HELPFUL HINTS Hem youth In Columbu., Ga. had ing companion, though. We tramp buttermilk.I'd rather
swimming phase Is a series of courses of Instruction which be your S. E. McKay; arrived home last fondness for
gins with the non-swimmer and ends with development of the expert basements. It came just at dark, plastic curtains with Scotch tape.If planned may be cancelled altogether Thursday from a delightful vaca- around the woods, and whenever have a glass of beer anytime .

who can take care of himself In almost any situation that a swimmeror and such a terrifying half hou you ever want to change the To date the response has tion with the J. J. Norks In Camden the dogs flush a bird I blaze away 'but Specs Allen and I don't let
we all spent. However water did hems there Is no stitching Use been very small. If parents are S. C. and the M. Walrath while Specs just watches. the
aquatic enthusiast might be called upon to face. These four courses Interested F. little differences get In way of
are; Beginner, Intermediate Swimmer and Advanced. Red Cross not get Into our basement. We are Chlorox to take fruit stains from really school in for kindergartenor their chil- In Royal Pine N. C. Told him once I was surprised he something big like friendship.Copyright. .
still rich though as the poet say your hands.. Here Is the way to nursery Sidney Jackson son of Mr, and the !he
went along feeling war
certificates are awarded to all successful candidates In each of these above. We have the dren and have not contacted Miss
always newborn make a good broom holder. Takea Mrs. S. L. Jackson of South Jack anything
does about shooting ;
courses. day with hope. We raked board four Inches square and at Mansfield at the Pangborne sonville Is a house guest of the he "you do what Cl..:. tt/.4} ,
"Well Joe
'' says,
The life saving' program teaches fundamental principles of water the leaves from the yard and only least one Inch thick. Fasten two Apartments they should do so C. J. Bastedos this week. /vv I
and I'll stick .
safety, simple rescue methods the techniques of making swimming our broken windows tell of the spools in the center about an Inch i within the next week.A Ivan Bemkopf of New York you think is right

rescues the /safe use of small craft and their use In life saving. There hail. Don had Insurance so tnlngk apart so a broom can rest between i kindergarten and nursery who resides In Keystone Heights

are two life saving courses: Junior and Senior.In could have been worse for us. In paint and fasten In a handy place. school requires a sizable Initial during the winter suffered a 1949, Un;'. this broad farming country with Don Is down stairs talking to Investment and,cannot be main-
these courses the Individual Is taught to recognize unsafe swim- Its fertile acres, where one man a salesman. Digger Is In the yard.I tained with a registration of fouror

ming places and ways and means of Improving them. He is taught will have In 100 acres of corn. acorn have hadno word from the hospital five children.

safe swimming practices and many unsafe swimming practices are crop. destroyed means a lot.Yet MyTaack Is no worse, so Mrs. Bert Chrlstoffers and >

brought to his attention. Causes of drowning and ways to prevent how kind, how good Is life I sing and am so happy. I can't I daughter Barbara, are on Long HOME OTARLINGO I STARKE

them are pointed out and thoroughly discussed.. He Is taught the how when we carry on with a new day.My jump out of bed of mornings butI Island, N. Y. for several weeks

when and why to use the various approaches necessary to make a safe [ dear friend from. Wayne, still like to get up and make where they are the guests of Mrs. OWNED FLORIDA

swimming rescue He learns release methods which will enable him to Blanche Llndvall, spent Monday coffee, so we can smell It cookingon Chrlstoffer's aunt Mrs. C. R.

break away from a drowning person It accidentally grabbed by one. afternoon with me and I so enjoyed the back stepping porch. Life Bettes. Grocery & Market
her visit She and her husband
In Is good despite the storms. bean
In addition he la taught the various types of carries used towinga Mrs. Peggy Phlfer formerlj

drowning person and under what conditions each Is to be used. hove three large fertile farms that laugh and sing. My son has moved of Keystone Heights, now of Birmingham 'WEEK ENDINK AUGUST 13, 1949
his family into his new \yom, In old
Ala.
is
The safe use of small craft Is'an Important phase of life saving Indiana. Is life that now Cod; : friends In town before visiting WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Ccr.) Call & Cherry Streets
or
training. The limitations of these craft are pointed out and the student v--; grants to me a segment of eternity to Miami going

is taught to handle them correctly and to take advantage of all their I ? If so. Eternity will be won C
Miss Jessie Rowland will return
safety features. Throughout the life saving course.. problems are presented (78EE derful without a sore back. Whoopee -
to her home on Lake Brooklyi: Tall Cans
for the students to work out. This offers them the opportunity )I' God bless you all.
at the end of the month. She Iv
of actually experiencing the situation which they later may be called Love--Lura
the entire witt-
spending summer
Silver
upon to face. Individuals who successfully complete these courses are j YOU l t T her grandmother Mrs. J. W. Row

presentedcertificates and permitted to wear the Red Cross life saving land Sr.? in Patterson, Oa.

emblem on their bathing suits. I Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. 11? R. Brown arrived MILK,3 Cow

Many communities, such as Starke have taken advantage of this,! 5 home on August 1 from an (Look What

Red Cross! program by requesting the services ot a national field\ rep ;. Rr :Mr. If. Morgan: Jr. I 18 day motor tour which Inf'ludtdIItODS

resentative. Those field representatives will go into a community and, fn Kansas' Indiana ant' .A Price!)

qualify various local swimmers as Water Safety Instructors giving FOR Wa'shlngtonuj.C.)
Nt'I..m..rs: For
them the authority to teach the Red Cross swimming and life saving I Four new members Rotary were intro I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace D. Doy.
at the Tide
ing are registered !
courses. Such an instructor Training Course Is now being conductedIn j duced
at Rotary Club meeting at
Starke and within two weeks Bradford County will have several Keystone Inn last Friday. They month Hotel In of St.August Petersburg for the FLIT SPRAY Quart t Size i - 24c

new swimming Instructors who will be capable of carrying on a water were Harry Owenby, C. J. Baa Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Rohlln nni.
to aid in the reduction of the tedo, H. U Jr. and \" ,
safety program designed high percen Morgan Karen
daughter, of Tampa ar*
tage of drownlngs every year. J. Sip relit'. here for a few days. New SWEET POTATOES 3 Pounds - 19c

If you don't know how to swim and would like to learn-.or If you Speaker of the day was! Otis Birthday Parties ,

know haw to swim and would like to take life saving training-,you Hmnant, Director of the YMCA The J. J. Siprelle's lakefront was '
hill
will soon have the opportunity to do so, at no cost to you. During the Camp Immokalee His; subject was the setting for a birthday :pzrt.V: MONEY CAN
"South of the Border".
ext few weeks classes In Junior and Senior lifesaving and In beginner Having Saturday afternoon August 6th
swimming will begin here In Starke. Watch for notices concernng lived in Mr.South America for ten given in honor of Mary Jo Slprells
Hlnnanfa
these classes and take advantagevof the opportunltyto learn how vivid years with firsthand talk was who was five years old. Pink and !
experiences
to save your own life or perhaps the life of someone else. Believe me. and knowledge.Next blue streamers hung over the
long table which Was centered ROURUEST
yon can't take better training to save your life! _-, .. Friday the local Midget with a huge cake adorned with 148
Ball Team, will be
guests of the
-l dolls and cars. Each doll and car
THE OTIIER FELLOW II.TROl.BLF..., TOOA ,,4 e club at luncheon. That evening had a streamer marked for all of
Rotarians are taking the
boys to
the little guests. After a swim anda
large expensive car was stopped at a railroad crossing by a Jacksonville to see the Tars play.
peanut hunt refreshments were
gate-tender who slowly swung a red lantern to and fro as a long ...4Yes Don Pangborne Is chairman c.f'i'i served to the honoree and Darlene

freight train rumbled along. From the rear door of the car, a well- the committee which Is planningan Campbell. Linda and Paula Brown
you 5bo
'
cl-SHsed, prosperous-looking elderly man emerged and approached the qet entertainment for Rotary Annssome i Veasey Walker, Mack\ Hall, Douglas -

gate-tender, who was dressed In worn, work clothes. At almost extreme fttes ofjx Beer night soon. Graham. Bessie Ridenrfur Bob

ends of the economic standard, the one man fabuously wealthy, Keystone Height Midgets Morgan Mike Walrath Roger Felene TOILET TISSUE 4 Rolls for - 29c

the other barely self-supporting, the two talked as the train groaned for the price of 4 ,The Midgets lost a game to the Pangborne Patricia Louden, Butch ,
and rattled by. Hampton Cubs Thursday. August4th Fox. Mike and Dickie Slprelle.
ooff/es of at the local field. The Number 1
ry0a9c'shrnce"beep IRISH
score
When it bad gone, the wealthy man got back Into his car and was was 11 to 9. Jerry Shockley a "Ricky" Bass was the guest of POTATOES Pounds - 23c
driven off. The back / .
went
gate-tender slowly to his shack. "What a
newcomer, batted two doubles andsingle honor at a surprise beach party
,lucky man", mused the gate-tender "money to buy anything in the a for the town boys. For his birthday which was also C

world be wants." In the car the rich man thought "I'd give anythingto The same evening four member Saturday, the 8th. The highlightof !

be In that man's shoes-he has riot a worry or responsibility in the of the team, Alfred Watson, Hayden the afternoon was when Ricky's

world!" and Charles Hasklns and ,father took the boys for a long

And so it goes-many of us envying the other man's situation or Rulie: Rushton traveled to Jacksonville 'speedboat ride all over Lake

possessions..City dwellers wishing they were on farms. Farmers wishIng to appear on the Jim Geneva. Birthday cake Ice cream Fryers.49

they lived In cities. Doctors wishing they had more leisure time D Murphy program on W.J.H.P. from and cokes were served during the
I" ,* tJ tJ4r 8-8:30: p.m. When Interviewed the afternoon. Enjoying this affair
)there desiring more duties or responsibilities. Firemen ruefully think- s, i
boys all expressed their love for with Ricky his father and his
ng policemen have "a good racket" and other way around too.
their home. town and why they grandparents were Mike Redfern,
Now let's try to take stock of these conditions and see where we Zt always ,wanted to live In Keystone I Alfred Watson Arthur Ruscher,
stand. Take the example of a person caring for an Invalid for many

long years. It Is a trouble and bother to be so tied down but what \

happens when the invalid passes away? Often those who cared and t ctQof Np. 3 Sclno Georgia Hot III.Roger .

tended for miss him the, and experience.Or grumbled. too are lost and find that. they subconsciously Cars & TrucksALL PEAS, 2 for 33c I Smoked SAUSAGE 23cSUGARE29


think of parents raising children through "thick and thin" and

wondering time and time again :why they ever put up with the trials C

and tribulations of raising a family Grumble and groan fuss and
AND MODELS
fume, through the whole long years and yet when the )young ones MAKES !

get married and leave home, the parents are lost.
xis
How about the man or woman who puts In long years of workingfor r aa c, SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY,

the Joy. of retirement? Many of them too are bored when they srx'tia

get oat of harness and have no daily work to do. And you can cite SELL OR TRADE !

many many other examples of all of us, who are envious and jealous

.f other persons.

Perhaps If we had the power to do so we would not enjoy so much

lying the other fellow's life We would miss many of the everyday DOWLINGandWAINWRIGHT "

precious things which are ours and which we do not esteem highly. Look what a price! Fre.tt

_lnd we would undoubtedly discover that the other fellow has his problems -
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) too, even If they are not apparent to us. - | NECK BONES, lb. 17c



Men's Clothinjr ill IMWIII. OMMNf.JKKiommu. Be 8ur.oto ask us for Appreciation Day tickets: for the big drawing!

II ALVAREZ' STORE _Established i 1894 I rioiio. Phone 179 310 Temple AT Starke, Fla. You get tickets for every purchase of 25-cents or more.


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grandparents Rev. and Mrs. VV. Hodges In Archer I they are away Mrs. Barber's son, at Starke.' Florida this July 21 SI. 1941. -'I'up to 10 o'tloik. A.M. K.K.T, Man .{
IIJFFICIAL. -il
-- E. Hall. The table was beautifully Mrs. Roxie Yarbrough of Jacksonville Jerry Francis I i. helping his uncle 1949.(OFFICIAL. !SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas, ( A."8KAL' Clerk) of A. laid J. Thomas Court. day and, AllKUft plum nil tIll,bid.'1949'* at which tiino. b f.'j

EXPERT PINE LEVELy decorated with a lace cloth. some visited Mrs. Seeber Moody Levy Norman around the A. Clerk of laid Court. Hy Haven Crosby D. C. putillcly ol'iTKd; ..t. : 4eIJ for* i
ny Haven Crosby v. C. Ilay Seliien. Helden Bid*.. Daytona ftirnliihlnir all maKrlal and labor
beautiful white flowers and a
Sunday. 7-22 4t 112IN tleach. Florida
Mm. II. M. McIUa farm.Mr. and I cnnntrui'tllllt (narrrf* HlmirlM-r*)
ltoLdIG birthday cake with eleven candles. "Mrs. J. i. Wester of Lake But and Mrs. Nelson Faulknerand Ally for I'lf. 7-29 It g-19 fur Hriir..m tonal* Illah, Mrhl.
'
'Rf'TI'r < 01 liT nn inronnf ,
\Xtarkv. Florid
Those who enjoyed this occasion l ler visited her granddaughter little twins. Dottle and Dick 0' >.Tl., FI.OitiItl IN. .ciit- Is (, CaseS. ..."".." Any bid rtioBlved attar t h* upacl- I
We are glad to say that we havea with Edward Hall were: :Miss Mrs. Beulah Moody Tuesday. ie, and son Tommy have returned C. "V PI.."ira'r'l. <(<:.......,.. CmmmlT'"lelen flod dm and date will nut b* uunIdorrd. -
large attendance at the revival Miss Eloise Dobbs Oliver &. Anderson Jr. Plaintiff, PhonipHon. Plaintiff. ".. Paul !
June Conner to
their home
I in Lakeland bt.ndtnt
Among those who attended church v Aline Andorion. Cues.:4o .Thompaoii, liefendant.. Ca.s knelt bid must 10.. accompanied i
meeting at Pine Level Baptist and Gerald Crosby. Others present after a visit at the old home :/ 7425.' i,1 No.Oid.r hv a rUflHd' ch.>'k church each night. Rev. E. R. at Lake Butler Monday night were OltPEJl OK Pl'flLlCTION: of Paklleatlit* a.4 ? the amount of Ply. percent of the
besides his grandparents were place with Mr. Faulkner's Metlc
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore Mr. parents ASH NOTICIti TO APPEAH t. "pea. bane hid a. nvmruniea that the bid' ,
Bowers of Jacksonville la preach his mother Mrs. J. E. :Murrhee Mr. and Mrs. Ben Faulkner. The I I STATH Lull'. FtAMUDA I,,: AlineAnderMon. ITATas Of' FLORIDA tier if awarded. the contract, .will
and Mrs. E. A. Sapp M.. L. Johns M'ho* .!denc.. and ad Petit t.l within ton
Ing. Come hear this great man of and Mrs. C. P. Johnson of Milliard Nelson Faulkners movedto re I" .1i.mpi.on. Wh...* r..l lence, conHnciitlv calendar day I
and children Fred and Louise : recently dress I I.: rnknown. and' .addren. IK unknown; I after written nolle UHK| niv of
and Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Lakeland from St. Petersburg. You are required. to appear on Tou are required to such award. enter Into a written
"C God.Mrs. I and B. L. Crews.VANDERBILT. I Auirunt 13, 1941 In the ahove namedt'ouit A ,.."''t 39. l$4'7! I in I hi, aIv.. "mSd contract with the Hoar of t'ubllo
epa Sue :Myrlck of Lake Geneva Conner. '
Friends will regret to learn that and cautfe, wherein plaintiffeeek I I loi,rt and cause, wherein plaintiff Inxtriictlon of Pradford Counily.
,cI".oN." llradford CountyTclearnph "....k. Florida In :: ,I
,is spending this week with Mrs. K. D. Conner (tho former dlvorc. Hrndford. County Hcconhtnua with tIle accepted
SERVICEChas. ;'; abs Il nnbllnh this! Older Telegraph shall puhll.h thl. hid and nlv a conrlictsurety "'
her Mr. :
son and daughter-in-law Delorcs Bloodsworth) was taken to 'n next four weekly lueVltneiiH iti next four weekly' Isues. "ra"Vltn ; bond Htl>factory to .nut
and Mrs. Robert Myrick. \ mv hanoi and official seal \ *>* mjr hnmt: and official Hoard In an amount. ciiual f> on,
St. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville nt !starke, Florida this July 30th ....1''iMfi CLarke:' 1"iritlus l this hunilrd. par cent of the eon'rac\
C. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman of NEW RIVERAND last Friday for medicalreatment. 1941 22. ( July price,
of the (OFFICIAL\ !"EA(.) A. .T. Thomas, (OFPICtAI. enL) A. J. Thorn. No bidder may withdraw' bin' hId
ShepherdAt Starke were dinner guests She Is a niece of Mr. An I'lnrk of salt) Court '' A. Clerk: of said' toa period: ofhlrtv: : diiy :after

H. .M. McRae. Sunday.We LONG BRIDGEBy Most of the residents of this and Mrs. F. M. Norman. Ry Haven.. c'ronhy, D.t". Sly Haven Crosby D. c. Court, the Cute mat fof lha openlna, 'her.
A. U. o, ..wn. Mtark. Fin ( 1"1|
E.
Mrs. Sapp 1 iicSk.o "
Cay's Service Station are glad to have V. L. and section met at the old Dyal Cemetery Mr and Mrs. Milton Norman Ally for I'lf. 7.22 4t 1-12 r"eVo1rTd.,,;:?: :, ichanut., < of.All work dish .h* <)l.iniIn ac.

Bill Starling back home again after and who were married In Waycross Ga. 1''r.;:; ; ;;: Ally for Pit 1.19 <( I-U cordance with ..laIlH. npeclfloatlonit
last Friday morning gaveit iv inn iiH %nKoiu) I and contract document t* relatlv. *
spendingtwo weeks at Ft. Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Brown a thorough cleaning. It was on May 22. are moving; Into one ( .ll >_'I'3'. KI. IHIIII IV tlllNRllsa I r. (' ....." thereto which may h* examine
Jackson S. C. of Plant City Mrs. .Nona Brown of the F. M. Norman houses in iphI: ."i..pIdi I..rrajKr,1r": -"- at The office of the tfiuicrlntendent(
.out several of
the best turn in years : liuff Ptromra. Plaintiff, "*.1 I Mariraret. I'ubllo Innruction! Slarko. Flor
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling of Forts Myers and Raymond and the grounds certainly look this section. Mrs. Norman Is the Peter Stroiiffti. 1)..f,,"<1al'. ('..... :No. vs. j'euifleIh H. ('McCiilloch.I PlainT'it'. ida or at tho office nf "Sanford \V.

of Glen St. Mary and Mrs. Ode:! Brown of Worthington Springs much This Is of the former Joyce Carter daughter 74J3. 1'I ant ('ass No ..V.Culto'h': t-H'ft.nd. Uoln. Archlli'ct. llalnnevllln.. ".' 1..rld'L. I
improved. one : ttie id t of
tinnpn op prm.ioATiovAMI : midi niiin* a nil
Green of Hellbronn were visitingMrs. were visiting their uncle Marlon oldest cemeteries in Bradford of Mr. and Mrs. d. B. Carter of P NO'r!("!>1 TI' .APPRAItf )|SsrTf .WrVr'ii,' ...'.. "ac. $.: doclimelltM and forms for c.r11I"1' ::::: :::
,.
.\T I': ttV FIXlllinA Peter ,, """. 9 b* mKiirrd l.y Uenrral.
: fontractnm
Alma Starling Sunday. Moody Sunday.Mr. "" .Ih t'. >"" -
County and more space is badly Hellbronn, and Milton Is the son PtroiiKH.' n'hone reeldeuc. anil ad- 'I di-nc; and 'IIII..nh. w h,.., re.?. from either( of- mild officeS

FLOOfUfsandinglg Miss Ruth Johnson of of Miss Jacksonville Joan- and Mrs. Meadows Anderson needed. Arrangements are underway 1 of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman. dies You*: In.1I'e: Unknown.reiiulred' to appear on ,'" \v.You...,,. ???udilron, ?, Mlnneapoli l h: 4iiin,., Mnn, InC: hv FIve deposItIng Liollura.\ (15)il"rewlth I In cii.h the op .money inn of

? ) was a guest of Deland were overnight to obtain a new plot ot After graduating from BUS he miKiiiif.J. 194H In th. above. namedCourt A'.I' !! Vf, >BTn'L'aVvr, ; ? .. on .'ido'h; :; depoult i will' b* refund .'
I ,
Starling Monday.Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Granger ground to add to the cemetery and anil caune wherein plaintiffeek C..urt ai, Caiao. IIA..01 miomlmilon of a hnnn fld. A
Se Ella Neal of Gainesville.Mr. served a year and a half In the divorce, and( reetoratl,: n .of'' Peeks d".or.i .,. wh..r..ln plaintiff "bid. and reluin of ald 1 plan aol. '''
,
I 1Iradf..rt' .' 1//
Saturday.We It Is hoped that an announcementabout maiden name Mrndfoid, County .I."r"l'h ( (.tmi'y contract dncum(5 I lit wood con.
and Mrs. T. N. Norman of welcome Mr. and Mrs. Robert this can be made soon. Army and received his discharge ;Telegraph'; shall nubllrh: thl I. Cirder in iest! four shah P"hll.h I Ihl. Order dition within ten diiy after ho
: isuea. date
Hellbronn and Mrs. In next four weekly Untie. j I LVIttiesa :...yW.'i.I net for openluK (lhe> hid. Any _
Barney Kggers ,
Carlton of the Vanderbilt Among the out of town folks who early this year. He will now engage AVItneH. niv hnnd and ..official i 1 and( official additional .ei.! ren.uenti.ct for pur-
5a'k. '
of Jacksonville were visiting who have moved Into came back for the cemetery cleaning Neal ar Miirke, Florida this' July J2't" 1"iorIuls uiu July pose other than. the nuhml<..li.n ni )
section In farming. a. bid' will be .
relatives here Friday.Mr. 19. tMOtOFFICIAL 1) I lOFFIC & SmA L)
Painting Redecorating Mr. and Mrs. Carson A. .t. Thomas. ual coat of
the Lavender home in our com were 815:'\T. ) A. J. Thomae. A. duplication( but without ..
and Mrs. Woodro.w Thorn a J Norman of Jacksonville. A* Clera of Bald (",ou't. nv H.ve t'1.rk of laid curto"'c refund.
Paper Hanging and children of Brooker are spending munity.Mr. Deeds RecordedRecent Hv Tlnven Crosby, P C.T. ,1 ..1i. "",'nnk f.anIru t.I..hy...,. D.totllrk.C. Illdderit', qimim, I I ">nHi>n* mni.r h*
FOR ESTIMATE WRITE and Mrs. Troy Dukes Joe Friends will regret to learn that Frank I.nnrtruni, atarhe, FIn. All)'. fur I-IC. P'1orii Rntliifactory to the Hoar.l. of fiibllo
a few days with Mr. and Mrs.. Atty. for 1'lf. 7-33 4t ..U I 1-29 tt 8.J)? Iniitriictlun of Kiadford County.
II. P. Paul Moody and Mrs, Minnie Granger Mrs. O. L. Sapp has been con real estate transfers announced I 1 Florida .)
McKELVEY Faulkner. We to
are sorry In Lake fined to Shadycrest Hospital for iv ('IIKII f f' ..,.n'r. 1(5 u..n) In 1..1t$ e..".,. n'.f. ... The' HiMinl of. ruhll. limtructlon,
attended the tobacco sales by E. A. Strout "
P.O. Box 266STARKK hear of Mr. Faulkner's illness and Agencyare ClltlFl.(""II ti IV ( HVNt i"isrida, ,. I'hu.i.'y. I, (if Itrad lf".1, .'u n I 3. Klorlilit. ri..
.,
wish him a speedy recovery. We City Tuesday.Mr. several days last week. as follows: I-.H: 1'1 1 virrl'hK.ii<'T'"IMf'! I'lalntlff i'.. I..rv... the right to waive Informal' '
FLA. I lot M ,I. :\Io'"RI"hy. Plaintiff I I va a"f" '"-"II.I. III In any bid mid to reject any I'
of Mrs. Ellen Barber of Jacksonville .le"i.inth7jr'"nuro: ; > .
Johns ,.
Mrs. C. H. all
miss him so much at the church. and Romey Naaworthy lot at 1<:lng8It Monte Marie ;MuCarlhy, 1>. 'it or blili '
New Work Old Work Belle and niece. Miss Gloria Norman > Order' .l .-...tI..tlo.. sad The linnril of I'uiilic Innlruc-
And Edward Hall Murrhee of Milliard Jacksonville visited Mrs. y Lake to Mrs. Elizabeth B. I.'R.I": 7420OUHKH Yoe. i i.n rf .'..
: OF "(' "' .t'dllnl'l: *" Appear I, !! Hradfnrd .lIIt". Klorld- I'i
ALL. Work GUARANTEED!' | son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johns Sunday. are spending a week in Miami Williams of Jacksonville. AMI I ;NOTICW: Td .\P" Sr 9Th) 4(1" "",..... "> 9 '('II i 7t i'u I'* ;Mur.1"1' :$: .. "-"<.ry. ,
Murrhee celebrated his birthdaylast :Marklee Moody spent the week.end with Mrs. D. B. Aly the William 8TATK! : ..t. FUOHIUA! MonteMarie Alice KIKHlieth. .'''.I.nRro. n 7-29 ,.

I Friday at the home of his with his mother Mrs. T. :fI[. former Miss Velma Norman. WhileDon't bought 20 Kroneberger A. farm from of Wesley Stark and addreee McCai'lhy I I.', Cnknown.Vou who. rOMI ....
... lou are required to (loll Kill .No, INHJ :
. Johns at Hampton.Mrs. AuiriiMt 23 ire.1,1.reiitlred 11)40)| I In the tu aboxe. flit",- Aputust I" ISA.. 1. I"- .h. ..I....,_ ... Not.In* I I.* hereliv I given 'that, O. It. .

Bessie M. Dimbar of Fort fd tiff Couit peek anil divorce.:.. caune llradford--herein County plain t.'eek oiirt. dlvor.and cau.... ;,>, wherein llradford( ; ;;.pli.i'County;; ; ii Alvnre certificate* the. holder hill filed of 'the mild'following certifi t

McCoy bought 80 A. known as Telegraph I ', 'hillI I Order Telegraph shall publish thl Order catefor n tux d.il\ to b* lemied
; : 1u'I.:: : In four thereon The .
next rerllflciit
weekly' iaiuea. numher
In four
next
Priest farm from Gertrude Greenof \VltiieN, mv weekly hand and official neat tVltue, mv ban: and official' and year of ,l-nuuiu-e. the deNcrlp- "
New River. |"ror'| .'.. (h''. lion nf I the property ulid t the name I
nt Stark, Florida) this July IVth. S! lYi"lnrh"1 July
In
It! whlih It
Let 'em Do 1041.IUFFICt.nl.. Witc as.e.eh are ax I -
,. RR\L: ) A. J Thomn, 1..1 SK: ..l-> A. f. Thomas follon: Certificate. Vn, 33. Year of "
We have a nice line of stapling A. Clerk or BUM Court, A. Clerk of .a14 C'UrlAlly INNIIIIIIC I 1147 DONcrlptlnn( of fro. .
Hy Ilinen, Crtmliv l>. ('. Py Haven Croaby O. C. peri'z a t A of Nifc of HWi, of .J I,
machines and staples. Staplerscost I S I.. I Patten. dtnike, Florida Itny H..IoI..n. 14'Ihit fuida'. rJAYlnna Nut4 :Hcctlnn:t :3, TownNhlp' I 0 Hnllth. I
only $4.75. taples tide for Atty. for I'lf. 7-84 tl -2 hlech i"l'.riii Itnna 21 KaNt.. containing, 3 acres.nurs !
for or I ICNH Name
I'lf. 7-29 41 S-19 in which aNeNeeil -
DID YOU five thousand Bradford County _____ K ;I'. Alvarei, fr. All ofald ,
KNOW THAT .
Telegraph. Call fur Hid I.. CIrcuit .." '$. llrartdiril fount. irntelty being' 'In the County I
Notice ,IN hiirebv given thnt the F'h...1,1,..t h'I 4 Pta.......,.. of llradford( Htnte of Fl'irlda. (I'n.
tLun ri of County I CmmnliiNloiier of KdwnrdV.: llll, ..'"... Plaintiff' V*. lea. mich certificate. or crrtlflcatea
llrndford County, Florida, will, re'. P l.miiin I i .1. KuncoM, liefeiidunt., ('".. Nball' P I be redeemed( acciurllng I to Ia wit
1. A State Sales Tax CAN BE LICKED with Your Help la.llatlnn To Hldder* celve Heulcd 1 bill until 10'Oil A.M. S".1434. ,.. property: itenrrlbud In .u'h certlflcnt .
City nf stuiku lliudford County on Hcptelnlier, ft, 1941) for the leaf Order. nt "-"hll..."... mid Nolle t. or celt incite* will' be ."hIto
Florida. by It a* I tiiNtieo from month' to month *nr>."1'. HT % IH nv Kl.Illlllt tal' tIe blghent' Mdder. ut. the court
DOes' Healed propoHHl, for the conntruc- for entv-four month. fiom' de. I l.llllnn( .1 HiiNciie. who. rvnldenc ho,,INH C....,' on the flrnt Xlnndiiv In -
2. It Has Been Conclusively Proven that the State lion of aeven thotmaml nine hun : livery end with an option. In Ih. U: 11 I! Nnppcrhiin. Torrace, 1'lea- month of Bcpiemher' 1141. which I...
dred aol .even t7B07> Hriuaru Yard Honrd to purchnHe and apply all lantvllle, .New York) the Mh they of .Srplemher.' 1941.lilted .
of pavlnir. together; wltn Mom*I rr.nt a I.or IC :pun: th. inirthase: :; I You are required to appear on I ., IhlN 7* il"v of Inly., l 191" .
Not Need Any NEW MAJOR TAXES fort.v, >two hund'i.HI! 14.201)' feet ofooncret (irlce, i ho following I equipment( I 1' Augunt( 2", I'H9.<1 III III* shove nnmed (nrrtrlal h Heiill I: A..I Tllonia: *. Clerk -
cu, t b and fruiter and nec.us.ary (o-utt.; fine, new, or slightly. umiil Court, and CHOSe, wherein. plaintiff of lrcult Court: a if Irnitf"id: County 1
irrudlmr" will l bu r..ct>lved. by In new condition and ciirrytnir. mime.; I I Iguarantee seeks "I I voles. HruiUord Count'ty Florida, 7.20 41 S-19 i 1
the t'lly Council n. (new( I..llnln.'h "]I iihall ,
of "Clarke" until Telegraph nuhllNh Ihl Ordel
3. We Can Have Good Government At Less Cost If We 3 I'. M. on AuKllKt HI, IIMlt. and then grnder power controlled I. rubber. ,[ In next fnlir, weekly I iNNlieH, ,
puhllcly& opened at a ntetttlnatu, "be I ired. wit h ,..| foot moldboard.Niiltahlo I. Wltnen' mv hand and official''nenl I ,
held I In the City Hall. ( for U... with exlutlng *. l' HI, Hliiika, Klnrliln 'thl July r ,
Are Willing to Work for It Kuch: propoMitl miiMt b* nccnmpnn. iillpmi| (if, I tlul. Horird', mid weigh' Il-,. 11I4QIOF"'Il.'rAf.HI.I.1
led hy a certified hork In th. 1 I Ing not I leu. than Until' illinium. to : ) A. .1. Thomas
amount of one tliuiiniinil I I 111.HMD( ,) I IIB delivered I at Hliirka' '"Kli.l Ida with I( ; A. "Cleik nf said' Court' WELDINGt..4i.4'' ;
dollar diuwn, on a Florida, bank Ill three day. from acceptance of Hv Haven (Crontiy D **.
4. Added Tax Burden Will Dangerously Reduce or a bid bond for a I llk I amount bid 1. Address all hid* to I"....r" of Itnv I ,Heldi'ii I Huldiin I tilIg. ., I'll y tons :
Any written by a ninety company' II. Couiily I CumnilMolonerN... .( cm'* Clerk I llei.-h: Fliirldll i
cenned to du lummox In h'lurldii.' circuit ( .", ,. Mtxrke, FlorIda The Alt. fur I'lf. '-29 4t 5-15
Detailed Hoard r"-.ei".'''* the right to reject I
plan and I
Purchasing Power and Seriously Hurt Business proiional form, specIfIcatIon.and may Im ubtalned nnv and all hldN. .. and exletlni IV ( ihi(.I II' (.III HT" lilt tllKOIIIIi :\ j
from the .engineer Hubert eiiilpm| ( ''int ol I the Hoard/ miiv, I bnInHpccted. i ( IIIVI KIOIIMI\I' IN < II 9.
M. Anuai.. (.'p .itltIng t'lvll( Knitln. I 1 Hv onli-r of mild.. I Hoard., C lilY. ., ((1I
....r. 44(1( tllldelirandt llullilln. Juik- thl* .lulv 29. llll CnpHn 'It I.* \\ll-iin I'lalnllff, v*. ""
lion vi I In, Klorldo. M. o. J llurrvll Chairman.' fleenluVllHon, I II.I .,..",1"1., CIIH* No. s: t #? : ;
This Is No Time For Increased Taxes! The City oiinctl reserves the 7-29 3t 8-12 ,' 7417.
right to reject any or all lildi11rr I I I.--.t.; tiitDnn I (IP riTTii.ioATiov: ;",'.
of nrtiiKM. in the llrail'oriiI I AND MITICM( ) T"l AI'PMAII: \\'" offer tin p.'..pl.. nt !Stark'
I'"y. ("rl John..' City t-'lt ,.5 It .a.u| F'axtun 8. ,'IIiliIo'il IMillntirf.' I ye. Wlleon w hoi** nilitrcNA," I.: I'nknowu.
I ... Vlrwllllil; ]::: Kip. Campbell: I You am ieitiiri-il| I to atipear. .... of trie most r
In (Ircnlt ('...,rt. llrailfurd. ....uaty. Ucfondiint.. AugiiNt, 2., 'I" ill. III. I bo abova named (Mini t trinity one
It Is The Time For Real Frontier Frugalityless e'lorldni In I linii.....,.. JU."I.hln.'lrll'l..l.I Ia T'rp.: Campbell t.Iil rI nud I ciitine, W hen ,i plnln
I Piiullnti I I llrllt I l>M i...arilH, ( PILLI II I I rr. vt. ,it, hereby notlflt'il I to flli< an,, aiif'| 'ar. I tiff I ....1... oil cotta. I llrnilford, ) CountyT moilrru" lit"! llnc o t equippeduelilln
.lumen A. Igilwardti, Defendant I lieu ,line, III thin Court, In I the iunveatyl..l I litgrnith, nluill I I imbllNli thl ie Ordwl' 1
S... 1UO. cut,_<> on Miindiiv.. HeptrintierH In next: four %veeHl\> le.Uee.
tinier. ..t Pnlillcatliin. ,.... \<.tI.I -, Tot IIM'I. In/ a (hill fnr dlvori fllid wil a..". mv' hnnd tin) cfflclnl I eenl ..fii'i"" ..11)I I I
of a Sales Tax measure would by no means less' than $1,800 a year, before paying taxes to spend |>ner. "lale ..t Klorliln '1'..I UKalnnt In.r hv P 1'iivton. N. Cumibi-ll'| ntUaiki. -. FlorliU, thl July in.

put an end to any problem. It would merely add one and that 75; percent of our families! live on less than Jet I I. ,,,l 1020,,,. A.cink Kilwnriln Hired, whnne, Norfolk reII.'ne. Va.: KM llnliillffIhlx! 37lh iluy of Jill 13', II 11149 iil.'J.'ICIAT; I HK,: \r.i T Tlinmn. All Wortv (;Guaranteed:\ I

more tax to the many under which we now struggle. $210 a month. Business< and industrial activity and You are ri>iiilr(I d to pienr| on OFFICIAL. 8KAL) A. J. Thmnna A, "'l.'i| k nr atil ('", ,,'1.
Clink (' ','ult lit II.I\'n I' (
aeptember '
t lh, 1il9: In the above Court. I'.by.
It would not for long, replace any existing: tax. It is the purchasing! power of the great mass of our peoplenot mimed: Court and, caititw, whereinFilalntlff I Tty I Iii v.'n cronhy: i I lii'puty.; I:) I'I'r k.M.'rtigga i I :2I fI 1.12 SMITE i'S GARAGE

the history of Sales Taxes that this additional cannot stand further tampering at the hand of the County., Teli-irrnpli seeks divorce.I nhall pulillHh llrndford I hi* Flu., Ally'Ar. c'lirmd fur 1'lf'huel, T-Ui fliitneRvllii,!I. 41 k-lli I I I <. Call for lll.l. ,. Nolli. .e (.> I...ntr"........ MACIIINK\ SHOPT"IUII.
AM
drain would relict us of other taxes. tax collector. llidfr' In neat four weekly Inftuim inrUe.. KlorldiiHinliil '
any ? \ ItncM : I' .' lililH tvlll. I be received bvthu
my )hand and official I i In Ireiilt .'.....1. llrndford (' seal at Stark, Florida, till "Hoard ..f PiililliInmriictlun, of lf .\\r. S>l"rk.
AuituntOI'KlOlAh .
Sales Tax proponents would vendor license! some A limited Sales Tax Is defined as a Sales Tax that 1. un. florldni Kilo: IVarl I 4 Martin hnnrerr.1'lnlntlff, \ e. lint,Coi'.i, I'Diiiity i .. "Florida' nt th*

:30,000 Florida merchants making tax collectors of exempts the necessities, of life. Hut it's.a Sales Tax. AH Plerk:'' of 8KAW until: Point.,A J. Thonmil, No John 14.ic.li'r)Henry. Muriln.I pcfendiint." Cn.e office. I linlrin-i nf, :I III\*1.111 Hupel in ililenilent'Stalk' lorlilii of 1'ilI.iii. *, I .f

them. and then burden the State with a cumbersome just the same. Can you name the necessities of life? .fly Haven Urnnliy. I). (j. ..f riililleiitli.n.lli'e. totppene. -. --- - - - - - -- -----------------,, :
John .1,. Huniliii-Hiin( : ------------------------------------------- --- -
1'1.| Tillhard.iion K r i'1.: IlK I-I OH I in <.!
of inspectors investigators auditors and administrative How about dining room table the family auto .
army your / lrlC"'I'li JaukHonvlIlK, Morldii I John I ll.*nr\ :Slit I IIn. wh'iMi* leHlilMiuc' '
employees. Peak tax revenues! are produced a kitchen stove the clothes you're wearing building Atty. ., e-6 U28 and iKlilniH" .If. iinhniiwllYou Fresh Sca Food
,
are t '|1"11..1 l to appmir onAilKUHl
when business is good, when employment Is materials!I for /a new home soap dishe!l. a lawn mower .M fieeriir (..II III', net turoiinfOIVri il'l. I'M'I.' In I 111- above namedCourt

high. and when people have maximum purchasing light bulbs!I and so on. ad infinitum. Don't let -anyone ('En r..iicy Pl.Ollllltl 1% till*.. aeeka divorce find I <...*A.. "iaie.wherein, ciletodv plnlntln' I A I* JDSQ."t.;: ,, ..

power. This is no time "to make Government more tell you that a Sales Tax does not include everyone faneallo. Plaintiff, V.. Put. control of niltuii,' "' i>,hlld.i Itrmlford;:,
constitute rlk l r"' ( Ilii, Defendant. c....* No (county, 1'"I'I"III'h" ( sPin II pilbllNh thlHOrd /MIKSSKItleadi/ For The ran
alone do
burden less Foodstuffs not
of and of items. .
a a blessing. of those Tess. ( 'r In ne t four weekly liiue1' ,
Let us not forget that half of Florida's families have "the necessities of life". (')Ri'R PPBLIfATfOV WltneHa my; hand 1 and: oflTlclal, I'
AM NOTICK: Tt A PI'U:All seal at STark, Florida, I thla July,' AIL'I.LKTSIIHI.MI: != :SKA THOUT KKI FISH .
HTATI1 OH1. "KLOIliriA to. Patrick 20. ..t'l. ;
'arlKilllo. whim remdonc* I U, : 143 (OFFICIAL ('"HAD A. .1. I CAT FISH And All Other Kinds
Houth ( ,.lumlui, *, dallnn, Ohm.. A. Cleik, of .iilil 1'1001111"1
You CAN do constructive about this You are leotilred to appear on fly Tlaven' Croabv, |" 1.. When Available!
something
A intuit SJ. 1540.: :In the above named A. J. Thomae:: Jr., ;Starke.. Floi''l.ln. |
(',,"rl and! cauae, wherein plaintiff Ally for I'lf. 1-39 4t II I 19 AKRIDGES FISH MARKET
.....k. divorce. rtmdrord. ',, _
( ""ly
Telegraph I shall publish' I ehln Cjrder In ftrenlt. Court. llradfiird 4.wimtr. TKNTII: AT OAK ST. :- NI' An S.A.F )DKPOTCHAIN ) :
situation by acting now. Call on Legislators In next four weekly :I Unite, Florida, IN 4 haneerv.Kllen .
your WltnenN official .
mr hand' and sea) .: Knnur llced( rlnliitlff vu 1 --- ---------e-eneeeeep e-e-eeefleeeeee4
at Stark .Florida thin July 21 I l.nther Frank Heed, liefeniliint.Caee .
I 4'i

(.""FICIAl.A BRAT.} \. .1 Thom,. Xi n r, I'lihlleaHiin 7413llnler ", and. \..t.i.>* t.ilmeae .
before 7th and them the benefit Clerk of said. .
September give ; Courty ,'r'l .1! OK f I..lll III 3 lot"I
< Haven Crosby I). r. Llllher. Frank Heed W hoee '....1 7-8 4t l-lf la clo llrerhnuml I Hue( I I"'I.ot.( HOI

'v' I'IULrI'Vmimer.. HI, *lroui) Crown Htreet, New Haven ('1,1,11.

of your views. They want to serve you well. (CSilnuet's'01.:nv.",'i'Y D. FMIIIIIMl Maxle I, plaintiff l\ tllAM v.Ithn .. AltRTUHt You. and are 2f. I 1D4Q.cailee reouliefl I In, wherein the to.llbove' appear plaintiffeeeke 'nmnedCourt (on

divorce restoration fmaiden
and >
W. Maxle, linfendant, CaNo .. name "urn.t fori I'""ip(yTelegraph

but only if tell them what (Ot'FflIS'7424( ( : prnMrATtoNAVr ehall piibllrh, thin Older,

They can --- you you NOTIf'M Til AI'l'I'iAlt: ''n %next'ltn..four. rnv wpp'bund Iv' ,iMinew anil, 'ffl. 'al

MTATK OF FMirtlllA to: J..hn W till' July' 1
eal I at !Htarke Florida
.
.
tnxle whu realdence' and adIre.eI.

want. You owe it to them to do so. Not next t.: Vou rnknnwn.ars requIred to appear on
A ,, ,t 13. 1 IfMtl. In the above namtl -
'ourt and enrtite, wherein. plaIntIff .
eeke divorce. and. reet'iratlnn. I Here's tho .
',r maiden name. Hr..f..rd.1I1V. tb
TODAY!
week -_- BUT ;Telegraph'; shall publish 'I hi I" In neXt four weekly :INII<>*. PLOW A
Wltne my hand and official seal you need I m I
F a e .Stark, ."Iorld". thla July 20th, I iU
'I.

This advertisement sponsored! by the following merchants who do not (OFFICIAL A.UK:Clerk A I.) or A.aid J. Thnma Court for breaking sod t.' 11' .... ..... .


want to become TAX COLLECTORS and have to become a party to Itv haven .Cronhv.. li ('. I
"huc. R H 204-01 Ouaranty IlfliMr. The Dearborn : m\\
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this unfair means of placing an !unbearable and unnecessary! burden on ,Ally for Jacknonvllie I'ir. Fla.T-J 4t i-ll .- plow. Ford I I. mad Trctor.forth

the low-income citizens of Florida. cv ("HI"'T ('''' ".... sic ti.........11t"l It ha* no whreli, axle, tongue, -- -- =
VTV. FI.OMIII ti inv. > ( II ,'If. clutrli. springs or lever butEood -
.- sturdy b.*m. and fine
!Varxaret "'....art Rvana.: Plaintiff coulter und Jnlnl.....
".. Itayford (: KvaiK, Ilefendanta STORE BRANCH
DENMARK FURNITURE CO. TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY .. Va. T42S.CIRf With Ford Hydraulic! Touch,
>RH: ..f I'l-BLIfATlOV:" Control holding right drptlui
AVI) !'lOT"''': TO AI'PKAItSTATK (...\1'. or any size store!
GEM JEWELRY THE PASTTIME OF .Kl-oltllH, IO. HarforAKvana .
f.:. Ihre
ED SIMPSON whoiie realdenca and ad y djuiitmenlii. Only
'I". la* 1'nknown. rrra.sun flttlnf\ --- -_

Vt>ii are Tenulreil 'eo appear onAuvuet to lubricate. See i&\ for lower for fi!,. lafefy for tfrucfu'dl kfOtfy
maintenoncf'
SETZER'S SUPER STORES. HARLEY F. STRONG Jeweler 22. /1949, In the ahrive namedr u* If yon' want'' i ,
..urt and raiiMe. whervln plaintiff new build it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. In lower inturonct rate and

I eeeka. divorce and reetoratlon of ...perl...plowln'lIXt, f 111..1l. :f'-l !cj't.fer ,.,01. ,olue mok. it o sound inxttment.f .
HART FURNITURE COMPANY SLADE GAS COMPANY maifl' (,,n name liradford (:...,.11111T..r."h

I In .nevt" four Khali" puMlMh* thiS* Order f' ......... for compute details. W. deli>.,.

HARDWARE CO. EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY Wltneee toy 'h"n.JY.. ,i'or'I: : <'lal ...1
BRADFORD ,it Mtaike, Florida, this July 201 h, l.L'4c1 m4rl ,
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<( ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY Conway Flying Service & Service Station A a rierk of ..1<1,'...our'. CONCUTlILOCU.UICIIS.I"SU
By Haven Croehv 0. r'. ..._.._ ",_"Tc..aoat
I" o llrown, gtarke. fta. I.- Hu4a. -.(-. .5;. HOOH. DRAIN AND ROOF tillMAOT.MDUO'
Western Auto Associate Store GREEN'S STORE Ally for Pit, -11 41 112it 8- .c: :; CONCRETI .AND CIMINT

ttMitiT !;;;T. "R'lIrORn 1u1z -. .

H. PRIEST COMPANY S. R. JOHN'S GROCERY 4'lti TV. n.UHIKtl IV c.'iCt! >.
VAN C KHV.nn : MEETS ALL A. S.T.M. SPECIfiCATIONS
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..l. Hill. Plaintiff vs. William I
Hill. Defendant. Caee No. 7419. _
DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO.SULLIVAN'S SAM ROSENBERG & SONBARKSDALE'S
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAXP A(...H.$Ii.H.'I. Na d..fl.q abssi.
11I0'1'1<''' TO APFKAKHTATK i.. ta ;
Inc.
OP FLORIHA to: William ). Aiinis; Builcling;! Supply,
DRY GOODS STORE Hllla, who. r"' known.You.
I are required to appear onAnienut 19.M-10I8 W. Main St., Sooth
KOCH DRUG STORE I 22, lIe5. la th* e"hove name4 Inc.
Court and wherein
cause, plaintiffeeeka
decree Bradford County 1IS. Wrwc Malls lie.. SouthGainesville GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

Telecraph shall publish this OrderIn Fla. P.O. !*., ,2 rh.ne 217-21$
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Beta Phi of this month. porch. Following their swim the young-!
Sigma Chapter Installed Here
to sit In the I folk gathered around a bed of oak
With the hostesses In the receiving Guests were Invited
; !) yl.es6ya/tlll, 'l.re.ac line were the honoree her living room after being served. coals In the yard and roasted<

\l 1 ,ste rpw' .sib a mother Mrs.' Clyde Priest and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. played wieners which were nerved with
e I cold drinks, baked beans
and
the af- slab,
McIntosh
.. s Va her grandmother, Mrs. piano selections during
The beautifully decorated
A color scheme of pink blue, trrnoon. Dahlias, zinnias, marigolds birth
day cake centered a long
) and white was carried out. A floor and roses were arranged to table
in the yard and after
being
basket filled with delicate pink decorate the living room. Mrs. cm
L. G. Powell by the young hostess, was served
and Mrs
Office a and white gladioli was placed near Robert Kite
Ic-hlpn"e Polly Mann with toe cream.
r the! refreshment table. An arrange, aided the hostesses with the
4n /
Phone 175W Editor Phone 20 Out of town
ment of asters centered the dining flower arrangements.The guests were Marv

... .. ," .. r _4 table which was covered with a I honoree chose a dress of Agnes' uncle and aunt, Dr. and

white embroidered cloth over pink champagne crepe with diagonal. Mrs. H. B. McLendon and daughter
Junior Women Have Mrs. Mary T. Brown silence cloth. Over the table which bands of chantllly Insertion on I Jeanette, of Orlando.Woman's ,

Regular MeetingMembers Observes BirthdayMrs. wall placed at one end of the front the waist and skirt for the oc

porch hung three silver wedding :casion. AuxiliaryThe

of the Junior Woman's \ Mary T. Brown celebrated bells .with pink rosebud clappers About 150 guests were invitedto

Club met last Thursday eveningat her 74th birthday anniversary at Mrs. L. G. Powell. Mrs. L. D. be with the hostesses and Miss Woman's Auxiliary.of thi

the* club building with Mrs. the Haines, Mrs H. A. Lawson, and Priest. Episcopal Church milt Monda

H. H. Adams president, presiding. In-law. Mrs. Alma Hough presided at the night at the church with: Mrs

Plans were discussed regardingthe Brown.ter- Enjoying: the day with her Ala .. punch bowl. They were, assistedIn Mary Agnes MatthewsHas William Noegel as hostess.
remodeling of the kitchen and serving by Mrs. O. J. McGrlff, The meeting was In the forma m<
three other Wilmot
were sons r }
Mrs. W. C. Powell was appointed Brown of Hellbronn Spring. Lacy 3 Mrs T. F. Landrum. Mrs. F. J. Wiener Roast baby shower for Mrs Stanley
Chairman of the committee to Shaw; Miss Helen Haines Mrs. Noegel.! Games were enjoyed by
Brown of Starke and William
oversee the work. Several memo Rich- Roy Ward Mlas hisses Dodd. MIne Mary Agnes Matthews celebrated I those attending, and gifts were
two Mrs.
bers volunteered to assist with ard Brown Clarke of daughters Corinth and Mrs. 4 tit tr k Frances Morgan Miss Sharoh her eighth birthday anniversaryby I presented to the honoree in a banplnotte. -
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the Chest X-ray work now. goingon. -'. Hall, and Misses Shirley and Ger- entertaining a number of her Delicious refreshment.
Rachel Sasser one brother, Boy d C w ,
a s I ? a a '; *'''''' '" '
;', 'f aldine Shaw. friends at a swimming were served to the ten members
dge Davis, and two sisters, Miss "*,, 141f.KNI./fji! j ,i";:' young
.. "'" .. 'tI. T4#. : and wiener roast at the The Auxiliary will
: Bingo was enjoyed as the pro- Lulu Eulsh, and Mrs. Florence i ?tf" Mrs.' Gladys Canova and Mrs party present its
_.( ='" O L. Llnstn assisted In showing summer cottage of her parents united thank offering at the eleven
gram for the evening and amusing Jones all of Jacksonville. There
s, awarded. Delicious were 22 grandchildren and 11. I'lctiirpil! above are member'of the newly org/ nl'd' BI.taIna" / Phi sorority at the formal InNtallullon the gifts which were arranged on Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, on o'clock service Sunday morn

prizes were great grandchildren attending. and Initiation of officer/ held lit St. Mark' Parish house last Friday night. Mrs. Win. II. Alexander low tables at one end of the large Kingsley Lake Tuesday afternoon ing.

refreshments were served by the Other relatives and friend were field. cxet'Utlvc who organized the chapter here .In. atamllng In center behind flower arrangementon
I hostesses, Mrs. Al K. Carlisle, .
I Miss Elma Lee Hickey, Mrs. Car- Mr. and Mrs. Mathal Green, Ml' table* -- -

I eon Roberts and Mrs. T. C. Hazen. and Mrs. Johnny Jones, Mr. and'f I I Phi held WSCS To MeetThe Miss Priest 'HonoreeAt
Beta Sigma/ sorority
Mrs. C. A. Grlffis Mr. and Mrs. Scores Smart
I Louis Crlmsby, Mr. and Mrs. Ed formal Initiation last Friday evenIng WSCS of the Methodist Lovely ShowerFriday .

Addison, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Addison In St. Mark's Service Center church will have a short businessand R -

Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Bryd when 18 new members took partIn program meeting at the afternoon August S, Mrs.
It
ac J. W. Denmark, Miss Jaunlta the candlelight ritual under church Monday, August 15, at 3:30: ) W. B. Mundy Mrs. Maxie Carter 1 S TAR E

J AaR Denmark Mr and Mrs. Smith the direction of Mrs. William 'H. o'clock. After this, the secretariesof Mrs. R. A. Green'and Mrs. L. A. #' ..... -. .

FL-: Manning, !Mr. and Mrs Cecil Roe, Alexander, field 1 excutive, of. Mi the different departments will Canova entertained with a tea
STARKE .
Mr. and Mrs L. B, Dowleney of ami.The have their blanks given to them shower at the Klngnley Lake home Housewives Say:
Jacksonville and Rev. and Mrs. Impressive rite were held which will be filled out and hand of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova.

Cur tin Harris of Green Cove by candlelight and arrangementsof ed back to Miss Olive Ray as soon :Honor guest on this occasion was J J ,,
Sun., Mon., lt-16 I'
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Aug. Springs yellow roses were used to decorate as possible. Miss Janette Priest bride elect aA /

Everyone enjoyed the day and 1 for the occa lBn. AssistingMrs. <

THE LAST DAYSOF wishes the honoree many pare Alexander'' at the ritual table I\

happy returns. were Miss Nina Strickland, .!
President of the Alpha Lambda -
POMPEII I Ann Page '"
Looking for bargains!' ? do; toSTUlIP'S chapter from Gainesville; Mrs.
Preston l o tAr.lan Half, SALAD DRESSING
I Lindon L. Culnn, Mini Betty Carr
DEP'T. STORE.
Basil Rathbone David Holt and Miss Betty Jean Celton. also Quarts . 40c
of Gainesville and Mrs. J. M.
AND Hembree. ; Funny how thing happen Isn't ford County" Pints . 22c 4TT )))) .

MARCIA JUNIOR Installation it? Just as the AppreciationDay I 11 )
SHE Both the Initiation and the \
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started Wednesdaya lIr..ly.r. a lot of FFA dignitaries -
BY LADY FAIR of officers took place drawing and half the around town last weekend, Ann PagoGRAPE '- If)

Helen (iahngan. Randolph BEAUTY SHOP before a table bearing the sorority crowd downpour got drenched came Then what with Doyle Conner the National JAM : J
Scott A Cast of 10.000( scroll and centerpiece of yellow President returning from a
ten minutes later just as the 1 Pound Jar 19c" )
roses, official Betal/ Sigma/ Phi Trustees Meeting In Washington, -
ceased
the rain
stopped
drawing ,
\Vil.' ., Thu...., Auic. 17, 18 flower. Corsages were presented and the sun came out The D. C.. and -bringing home with 2 Pound Jar 35c 1. 1 1_

the officers. him Alton Brazell of Lubbock _
name of one of our Keystone
ANOTHER PARTOF Immediately following the ceremonies Texas National 4th Vice President .?
neighbors Mrs. C. J. Baatedo was I('na I Can Trust A&P.f
: i a buffet supper was served and Max Cobble of Midway,
20 ticket,
drawn for a percent
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THE FORESTFrederic Black Greek letters on yellow which would have netted her Tenn., National Student Secretary TOMATOESNo. "1 rio all my ...opp".. for food*' at oar AAP super M. I do

frosted cakes emphasized the sorority Before they left Sunday.!' 2 Can lOc It heeauM. I ran franf them
there
wasn't .
March Ann Blyth. around $43-but she .
... .
h market affords and to
colors of yellow and black. Doyle 'em a quick tour of I "1 run triiMt them tu any the that '
gave
luck time
Dan Duryea Better next No. 1 Can 2 for 15c Guard Its quality nod rrewhneiui. until! I eome for It.**
The cakes were served with open the Interesting spots in th's part ,
AND N : 7 I face sandwiches hors d'oeirvrei, of Florida, and they went back "I .know It.. their policy, M hrn they. mark teas t.rnile-* to keep
Among the faithful supportersof ,. .... ... .
ARIZONASTAGE loiltt them *? they'll hi r3rml % when 1 tiny themrN<]*> .t
punch and mints, each topped witha home with a very favorable Impression -
the Starke Lions who went to eirirw.. you kiniM. well nut ht tirnilv; .i If they .lltturr too lo.. I n
i"Golly yellow rose. Miss Betty Can of our wonderful Htnte PEA C H E S the. ......)..'
COACH presided at the punch bowl assisted Ocala for the McIntosh game were Doyle left Wednesday to at- .
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kno v that If for any n I nm nut entirely' HntlNfletl with
by Miss Betty Jean Celton. Charlie Parker Sue Williams, J. tend state conventions In North No. 2 Can 21c"t..........n.. I hue hnuuht. they.'II jKlmlly. repine** It cir return my
Kay (Crash) Corrlgan At the close of the ceremonies 17. Denmark Elma Lee Hickey, and South Carolina, and then Will nunry;'

a brief post-organlzntlon meet Tames Alvarez, Ruby Johns, L return home to start preparing NutlryOLEOMARGARINE "! triiMt their. prlfi-n throitichnut. the. Mtwre and I know f wiiwldt.
!, Frl., !Sat! Aug. IV, 20( ing wai( : held which featured singing for his big Job of presiding/ over nate hy' Hhttnfilnir" nrouinl: the town I ilou't myna that Hi meoneitirenn't ,
M. Gaines Lillian & Buddy Blah-! hnie a a.yerlnl' on Momethlnic none time at n lower prlte
: of Beta Sigma Phi songs the Katlonal Convention in Kansas than' \atl, '. I menn thnl when. I .!*. nil a.,. Nhopplnic therev week
:1 TROUBLE INSUNDOWN It with Mrs. Lindon L. Gulnn op and little Blah, Monk Dlnklnu City Oct. 10-13 1 Pound - 20c In anil buy week*" ...... I'll Mote money and .hn k>.. the he*.t that mouryinn

I hl i 10 ugly!! it. cute...then AND positivlly n. ale she Iii Iml", Officers installed were: Rodgers the C. L. Curries and A.B. Alli-ar St.| John Anderson
will soon be heading bark to the ..
Prt'lIldent-Mrs. C K. Hayes Baker Quite a nice delegation -
States now that his Airlift duties' eeI Can Trust

Keep 'em Flying LADY FAIR EEAUTY SHOP tat Vice-President-Mrs. W W. I'd say Dropped Into are about over In Germany I r.i:;'

I p' < OMPLETE ft< AUTV SF.HVT.' Caines ,#' Koch's the other day, and looks Imagine It won't be a bill too soon

%' Abbott Cfmtrllofurtoun BY JENlQK OPE<'WIiALL < "" 2nd V. r.-Mrs. Eddie hartman like they're moving out But, to suit him, either si-eln' as how ?;. fi7/j Can Trusthrn

51 AT RAILROAC.DP he was shunted from Japan to .'What they Ilnt Items likeletlui .
: < Serial makingroom I
Alm) c In reality 'they're just .
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PHONE !IS In theirailvertlMlnir
AWKHNTMENT: / Germany without so much as a ," r. eelery
Rerouting Secretary- Miss Freddie All the I I ,; ,, '
for a fountain ]1 ... It's been my e -
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; Wlmbcrly girls are talking about puttingon stopover In the /good ole USA 4a'v-. .a'-M..-.I.': ....... ,.iprrlence. they have a flood. ..tL- -
'. Card from Grace Osborne nelertlon of the Nile henilnthey
Corresponding Secretary-Miss weight and I can easily see ailvertlwe. at th* ntl>rrtlnel I bur a ...nk at .%.P I
"ayll"hello., etc. and advlHin' ." .,. ,,,,
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: prt.'rn know 'lt Iwvf front a c. -
be
MICHIGAN RANCH Hazel FieldsTreasurer1lIss how they would! There'll that her new address is 3933' Mar- steer, ..|.rrtlv. Ml.fl44l lit the flrtplnrv
Marian Brown some changes at Carpenter's too Large Hipe CubanlAVOCADOS mill well trimmed to iclve mrmr
lowe Houston S, Texas C.M. m.ney'n vnrtft.; men,. without -
Committee Chairman are as fore long ; Cooks like they're (State Farm I Turney too mock. rat :.ni': .hone.**
S MILES SOUTH OP KTAKKK ON ROUTE 100/ remodeling .. says 3 for 25c
follows: Program-Mrs.\ S. G. you can qualify for the Old Timers -
Best Brade Wht. Bacon lb. 23c
Denmark, Social.-.Mrs. Robert Club If you can remember whenIt ,
Barkndale, Project-Mrs. J. W. Kill & AJyre Graham got back was quite a mark of distinction (Luscious; Ripe California,
I nice vacation III C.ra week after Drawn
this a ; ,
tnZ McIntosh Scrapbook-Merry Beth to have a (then rare) burned-out

1rn It Smith, Publicity-Mrs. N. D. South Florida They "played with electric light bulb up on the man Seedless Grapes 2 lb. 25c Florida FRYERS, lb. 49c
wise" and left the chillun
it
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I o w 0 Walnwrlght, Jr. telpiece as an ornament! .
sister In while they
Bill's Tampa
t I Lots of Callstreeters weatin' the Armour !Star' Short Shank Sugar Cured. !
.e tn fished around at Ormond Beach
Teen Age DanceThere "I've had my xrayHave you had Delicious Vint Ripened Calif. Jumbo PICNIC HAMS lb. 43c
Clewlston Sarasota, and Crescent yours?" tags Tom SlaUe and -
....1 i nt.IJ Beach Catch wasn't remarkable
... :I: -< will be a teen age dance -just enought/ to eat. Quite Jack first: to Trawick get 'em were. Have two of had the CANTALOUPES, ea.19c Jack Iratt|; rade A Klndli-m"

Q .:; BRING Tilt! }:NTnurrt on Friday night at the USO. sponsored different from the story I heard yours? Here I go'for you mine Sliced Breakfast Bacon, lb. 43c"SUPERRIGHT"
W.
B. P.
FAtflLY TO DIVE tn Jointly by the & Guard. from Dclene Woodham who said .k Green CABBAGE, lb. 5c .
Club and the National that her brother-in-law, Grant
IN OUR CLEAN CAFE!: I -Carolyn
Festivities begin at 8 o'clock. Godwin, caught oodles of good-sized .ulifurnla Long WhitePOTATOES

1 bream In Lorhloosa last Saturday ,:t'a.: 5 lb. 33c HEAVY WESTERN BEEF:
Bill & Alyce also report a Center CutChuck

nice visit with Glenn &: Marthn LEMONS 432's doz. 29c ROAST Ih. 45c
Wood In Clewiaton and also CLEARANCESALE ,
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of
fished with another ex-Callstreet- ,
p Red GRAPES Small' TenderCLUB
er, Richard Long who Is now a Malaga lb. 23c

; resident of that sugar metropolis I STEAKS, lb. 69c

: Calif. LETTUCE, 2 for 25c

Prime Rib Roast lb. 59c
Gladys (....n..va. who's movingto ON ALL SUMMERDRESSES l I .. ,

GainesvilleMonday, says that DEXO 3 lb. tin .. 71c Quirk FrownPERCH
.,.,. she'll surely be lonesome for ui FILLETS, lb. 33c
CalUtreeters and that If we're t,

FRESH SHIPMENT Dial Deodorant ever over that way we bad bet lona FLOUR, 25 lb. bag 1.39 ({lurk) Frnrrn llcadlrH. ,.\: Dressed.
ter drop in to see her at 1732 W. I

ron SUMMER Soap . 25c Columbia St. See a new face Wht. Hse. MILK, 3 tall cans 34c WHITING FISH, lb. 15c

-'t In Judge Perrymnn's office these

ENJOYMENT,, days Sharon Hall Is helpingout / I Ann Page KETCHUP 14 oz. 18c
Octagon 8c
OLD SPICEWhitman's : during the drivers license Cleanser .
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season which will soon be In full \nn Pane

Sampler 9} Toilet Water $1.75 swing that, .her Evelyn family Newsome had a little reports PORK & BEANS, No.2. lOc Tide, giant size . 69c


scare on the way back from strip Ion Dreft large size . 25c
$4.00WHITMAN'S SPECIAL! ,
2 Ib. - EXTRA lavender to North Carolina .
I ONE GROUP Yardley': Seems a car came out of nowhere I Tomato Juice, 46 oz. can 23c
Woodbury Facial 4-29c
I $1.00Antique around 'one of those mountain 1 Soap,
SANDWICHTRAYS TALC I Ann rage Crramy Smooth
and had to
curves: they really use I

I I Heaven-Sent Cologne( I II the brakes Evelyn and her Peanut Butter, 1 lb. jar 35c Swan, med. sz. bar, 3 for 23c
Box mother got a few bruises, and

I I Values 1 to $5.00 Compact $1.50 luckily those were the only injuries Daily Dog Food, 3 for 25c

1 lb. - $1.50 25 ,

Film Make-up Talco, Horse Feed, 100 lb. 3.85
Silk
! 1 Thought I wax Mvln things Tea Value
NOW *
i Jacobs Summer Foundation $.25 Iry when walking I /glimpsed down Mrs.Call Laura Street Mos-th" $1.25 to $2.98FORMERLY Talco Scratch Feed, 25 lb. 1.07

.. keep yen eon. ,.... "'. .1..It.. hot wench for
I Lowly Summer t>ha i Package $1.00 ( snowy white cotton In h...- hand Itwn ".....-.d tee. ynt. .re .... of ..._ Laying Mash, 25 lb. 1.23
,-ylmt teed tM .t Its ....rN._...._...... kMl-heal.
She Informs mo that while on AT 2.98 .. ...... .
remodelled to give you, TO 4.95 heat at f" .f glee p..nUle .
Our Prescription Department is being I II'a, visit In Rome. Oa last fall her 20'- Dairy Feed, 100 lb. 3.85r

our customers, the Quick, Efficient Service that you deserve.' son-in-law. C. W. Johnson, went OUR OWN c
out Inline field and 64 49
pulled up a
-During this time we are slill compounding your Prescriptionswith stalk of cotton and gave It to her I TEA BAGS ....

the same Utmost Care, and fulfilling your Prescriptionneeds to bring home She planted Sullivan'sDRY
the seed In a row In her garden when. Pe visit ,sot .tap. you win h*> .51., toprrehaw
DAY and NIGHT. last March and it is fw. .......... ., Our ..... 'r.. n...
now getting banded ........ ... luU.... for ..1,. 4IM. r
Just right to pick Mrs. 1\fos-
CALL "64"CARPENTER'S ley says she hasn't seen a single GOODS 1 BOX OF 16 OUR OWN TEA RAGS

boll weevil, and next winter she, AND

r Intends to comb out her cotton 1 BOX OF 48 OUR OWN TEA BAGS ..
117 West Call Street .
and make It Into some pillows

The cotton Is now on displayIn Starke, Fla. Total 64 TEA BAGS-49c !
the Telegraph office and I will

The Rexall Store' Phone 61 Starke, Florida 'I confer on Mrs. Mosley the title

of "big grit cotton grower In Brad-

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Mrs. Emmett Rainey and daughter Her friends will be Interested Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gllchrlst of

Suzanne who have been visiting to know that Mrs. Marvel War- Brunswick Ga. were weekend GodwinTillyt Welfare Payments "o'ru. 1.1 or,, Ei.sv'riov
I 3 V Itoltert Mayor of Starks,
her parents Mr. and Mrs. en's daughter Sandra Jean Rowe.undt'nvent !quests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Reach All-Time Florida, by \irtu.. nf the ath .rltr
Floyd Green her a tonatlectomy at Sha Biggs. Vested.l In .riitt by law. ftu hereby call
: accompanied by
dna : High In June I1n tlnctloii in h. holil ..l tlw City "
later, Minn Anice Green and Mrs. dycrest hospital Monday morning.Mr. Mrs. P. E. Canova and two llHll In 'tht. "r""ld town by this I
Carrie Hitch, drove to Miami and IIrs.111 II a'" Hilt otndluna cMinltflflrl voters on Tuesday 'Heptmb -
daughters, accompanied by Mrs. R.
Public assistance, payments In 11. lint' for the pirprse ot
G-IN THE NEWS ---' Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. are visiting their bro Q. Kldd, were In Jacksonville Fri Florida reached an alltlmo high ., r".1" the follnwlrm, : tffiesrs
-- N. T. Ritch. They returned Saturday ther-in-law and sinter, Mr. situ v Two Alrl*>rmfn. for Two Tsar
both In number and amounts, during 'f>ni Vnvnr for Twn
day.Mrs. Years .
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___ __ night.Comrtlrta. Mrs. Bnrney McRae this week. -------- --- --- ------- Jesse Newsome left Wedues- June, according to Rev. S. E.Spark fi'llce for Two yitnrn. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rchcsds and One fin' .Pl lerk. Tr..'....'reI'. Tax
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line of't'o': Clothing day to spend the rest of this ,week who is Member Districtno.
Lcstef Ptckett of Waycross, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale children Steve and Ann. of Jacksonville ,%N.sitair, itnil Tux rullift fur Two
at The STAR STORE. with Mrs. R. M. In Jack- Yes, .
Coopor Welfare Board. ra.
the weekend with his brother and daughter attended the birth-
I
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spent ,
spent the weekend with Inspector nf KHI| | "h..tlnn: ;
Mr. and dinner of Mrs. Misses Joann and Jean Burns I sonvllle I .
fold sister-in-law day Barksdalo'a Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and During the month State war T. HK. tvilllnnmOooriri ,.\ .5
Mrs. C. W. Plckett.Mr. father J. W. Horn. In Hampton I of Atlanta Ga. are visiting: their family at Klngsloy Lake. Mrs. Jim Drew returned Sunday rants went to 00,383 recipient .. K II l lH Hl'ark"nlll Ilan.Iniiwtiy' '.

and Mrs. Barley Strong, Sunday. grandmother Mrs. Celia Manass. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs' had after upending A week In Lyons. to aid 122.716 Individuals. There I I lii. ,)'fli'nl
and their Mrs. T. F. l Fin l Jr.
aunt Ga.
Grady her mother.
visiting
Jr. and little daughter Helen) of Miss Lucille Alvarez spent the ns .weekend guests their brother- were 01.016 recipients of old age H. W 1.0""DDK"
Atlanta. Ga. will arrive Saturdayto weekend In Jacksonville with her this week.Mrs. In-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sue Biggs! Is spending this assistance 3.001 blind and 22.- In It. V" |11t''I..t> .

spend ten days with his par- slater Mrs. O. P. Dyal. Ernest Phillips Is spendingtwo Ralford Brown of Plant City. The' week with Col. and Mrs. Owen 3-12 dependent children families. I teHllmnnv,inv nHtnw wiirrqf.:nnd: I cause herunfoNtinHcillm lbs
weeks with her slater Miss Grlffen In St. Augustine.Mr. at-Hi! of lbs until town to b" her.-
embracing lo6 children.
ents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Flynn spent Browns are on their way to North They unlo ..,rl..I. thin the Bill day of
'Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier Sunday night at Lake Hewitt. Lois Jordan, In Miami. Carolina for a vacation. and Mrs. T. H. Slndit were received a total I of $3.677,912 of AufiTtlnf A. n.> ,I'M', .

and son! Billy visited In Gainesville Mrs. W. D. Faxon and daughter Friends will regret to hear that Friends will be glad to hear In Buxley Ga. Saturday on busi ...iVtiJ which $2,313,724 was Federal ('' .'.'It'IAI. $1'.1.:"I."t'.1. llrihort Mayor.

and High Springs last .week- Donna Dee are visiting her daughter Mrs. E. J. Dowllng, Sr. entered that-Mrs. O. L. Beasley's mother funds. '\tt".t' Carl John.. City ClerkSheets

end. Billy remained in High Mrs. M. C. Ford Jr. In Sum- Shadycrest hospital Saturday Mra. A. C. Durdon. and daughter, ness.Miss Peggy Ann Wiggins and I ,i_ \it. June was tho first month since 8.J2 lit P.D

Springs with his grandparents. ter S. C.STAR. morning for observation. : M,.. Jeanette Klncald who are her grandmother. Mra. \A. Q Hemingway :"' start of the public assistance.

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dampler. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Helms of recuperating from recent \illnessesIn : returned Monday aftera a'S. program In Florida In 1037 that pillow ca!' es. towels

Mrs. L. G. Powell. Mrs. Mattie i Brand Shoes for men, Jacksonville and two sons Davfd Tampa are very much Im two week's visit with relativesIn the number of applicants had & wash cloths: at STU II"S. ,

Gahagan. Miss Pauline Boyd. Miss I women & hildren.: STUMP'S.Mr. and Bobbv visited Mr. and Mrs. proved. It will be the first of Elizabethtown N. C. Mrs. Peggy Sheller V>f Starkt punned the 00,0(10( mark.In I

Barbara Jones, and John Powell': and Mrs. W. H. Graham \v. Q. Halle part of this week.! September before they will re Mrs. A. F. Saul entered St.Vlncent's announces the marriage/ her Dradford County, 402 aged

visited Rainbow Springs Thursday returned from a ten day fishing Mr. and Mrs.. Tom Harding and turn to Starke, however.Dr. hospital in Jacksonville daughter Peggy Juanita Tilly to persons receded' $20,20100 2.1
afternoon.Mr. .' I I vacation this week. Leaving the Mrs. H McLrndon and, Jim Brown ; Hll1SHR'
Tommy left today for Atlanta Ga. and B. Sunday. It Is hoped that she will Godwin sun of Mr. blind CI
and Mrs Leo Bradley. Mrs. children with a sister in Tampa where they will get their daughter daughter! Jeannettc. were guests' have speedy recovery. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the persons received 1023.00/ ; 666M -

Izona Bradley and Miss Elaine the Grahams visited. among other Miss June Harding and continue several days thl" week of Mm : State Farm on Feb. 18 In Kingston and 201' dependent children families t [
Hull
Hand Niimmerettea Ten.nis
&
Sikes of Miami visited Mm. W. places Crescent Beach Ormond to Lookout Mt. and Chattanooga UcLendon'a parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ga.Water. representing 481 children re- A I A A I
Shoe at The StAll STORE. reived I
$8,11200.Saturday. .
B. Mundy and Mrs. J. C. Sapp Beach. Clewiston and Sarasota. Tenn. They expect to be E3. S. Matthews. The McLendons R'EPAIIAT.QN.

last weekend. Lt. Col. and Mrs. James A. gone for a week. went to North Carolina for their Mr nnd !Mrs. Jim Rlteh had as Class

!SEE US for Bark To !School! Orlffen have returned from a daughter! .who has been In summer their guest last week Dr. F. J Safety "

C liithlng" and Shoe. for your. children. week's visit with, relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Nettlesad camp there and then visited relatives Miller of Grncevllle. Guests At Supper Yes The Tourists And Transients; Like

We feature Acrobat Shoe Lakeland. On their return they i baby, Pamelo Jo are sp..ndInA' In Tennessee and West FlorId Mrs. F.. A. Raney, who will be

for children that will fit and wear stopped by Lake Panasoffkee for two months In Schaferstown. ,,.' They have returned to their ,j j remembered as Caroline Green Members of the Life Saving anti rrj rt Our Food .
Pa., where Mr. Nettles la Inspecting together with her daughter, Sujznne. Water Safety Class being held ;/
lunger. SMART SIIOPPR. home In Orlando but Jeanette X tk
some fishing.Mr. renalned '- I Ij u.u.. still Ila\4' iliac fo cater
,
tomatoes. Their home Is now
Miss Betty Lou Harris of Wah.Ington. and Mrs. Hogan Smith had I for a longer visit with i and her sister. Anlce Given" at Strickland's Landing on Kings- v. .I.":>.

D. C. is visiting her uncle as their guest last weekend their In Adel. Ga her grandparents.M. 'left Monday morning for Free- I Icy Lake gathered' at the homeof v:' 4 to th,' 1.tint. f.lk"'e apor

and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Misses Margaret! Ann and MarI C. who 'I man Va. where Anlce will visit Mr. and Mrs. T H. Slado after
Green niece Miss Mary Ann Weaver of Thomas Is now em- it r 1 pnvlattt. y.nr bimlne. and. always
r'
tha Jane underwent for the class last
this week. Louisville Ga. I Phillips a played[ with an Insurance C'om"nvIn next several days Friday night.

J tonullertomy In Shndvcrest hospital Lnkevtlle Ind., Is spending I I j Dr. and Mrs.. A, Y. Covlngton Combining study with a plena-' iJ OOfiit try to .hiltuise, .u, reiMto| ut ..-
Wednesday morning. It Is 'and son Irvan and Dr. CovlngI -
several weeks here. with his mother ant social' gathering the guests
hoped that they will soon be well ton's mother, Mrs. A. I. CovlnfiI '
\ enjoyed
delicious
I Phone 52-J Mr.. Mallory Thomas. i I spaghetti supper
l 8pB, '?r..DEE' SEttVICE again. Girls bnrk-to-school dress-! 'I ton of Paducah Ky, visited St on the comfortablo porch of I Still Sen ins f; Our Famous I5usin.es" *. :Men's

: Mrs. Itartmann Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thornton Augustine Sunday. the hosts' home. Afterwards they
W OW THU roan ,< pa.! o had as their weekend guests' their at STUMP'S STORE. I|I I Mr. and Mra. James Preston adjourned to the living loom where

son-in-law and daughter Mr. and and son Jimmy visited In Valdosta they were shown two films on
Mr. and Mrs.. Miller
George I GUIDON GRILL
Mrs. Hubert! Branson of Orange .Turk, will visit Mrs. anl'l(j json. da. Sunday. water safety. ),.
I
Park. | Mrs. W. M. Haight of Jackson
Those attending besides the
brother find
nlster-in-lnw Mr.
VOTE FOR ville Is visiting her slster-ln-law. fJKO. KOPFI1)t'sO4Iii.i
'
Miss Llmbaugh' of Mont-
Beverly
; members of the class and their
Mrs. I P. Shepherd, Jr. In New-
Mrs. J. It. Fields this ..week.I .
gomery, Ala. is visiting her uncle
nan, Ga. while Mrs. Miller IK on' Instructor Dick Lan ford. were
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charles I j I IMrs. i Dr. and Mrs. W. E. MUldleton Dr. and Mrs. A. Y
vacation from the A & P store Covtnujton/ I
.
Earl F. Miles Shepherd thla week. R. F. Prather and dninrb- '!,had at their guest Saturday theli and the doctor's mother of Pad,..
i nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs.
!SEE t'H for IljKlt To School ter, Sandra hive returned to their Russell Dowllng ,of Gainesville cab Ky.. Mrs. Jack Trawlrk and A 'THEATRE /'
nothing antI !Shoes" for rlill- Mrs. Rod Davis. ( :
your home. In Jennings, La. after a j Miss Claudia ;
I|I flaxen conducteda STARKE
ilren.Ve r.uhmAC'ro..t. Shoe.. month's visit with Mrs. Prather'amother. ',' IjTileM. i
Young People's at
_ For for hlldrcn that will "jtmt wear Mrs. Fay GUI of Kings- Lake Swan Palatku Assembly lout Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sullivan

I longer. SMUIT sHd1.'I>E. ley Lake. week. near spent Sunday visiting his. parents August & Wed., AUK. 16 & 171)OUIII.E .'

Mrs. Peggy Tlltey: leaves Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Ed rnr Wilkinson. I I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Sullivan, of DOUItLE FEATURE : FKATUKECEHWfl: .l.le
CHIEF I urday for Nashville Tenn. Her spent Sunday at Brooklyn Lake There is Maiden! Form forevery Branford .., :
tyne of figure. Select
sister Mrs. Nannie Gunter and ;
.
visitingfriends$ Mr. and Mrs. J. I
: : of niece Carol will return with her. B. Mills.. I them at STUMP'S STOKE. Boys' lack-to-Hch) : clothes: :
I I
Ralph Rhodes and Joe Montieth Jimmy Ritch, Mrs. Grace Rltch's I Friends! will regret to learn that -pants, shoe*. Morks and underwear t

nf Eustls former residents. of son spent the weekend with hli. i'Mrs. Titus Olson entered Shady.crest at STUMP'S. .... ...
POLICEIn Starke In town business ( Hospital Monday. It U ex- c :
were '
on grandfather, T. C. In Her-
Hazen .... __
.. '
.. .. u.. .. -
Wednesday. nando. ceded that she will be able to -- --- .-- j .
I
the CilyElection Mr. and Mm. T. H McNeill Mrs. J C. Edinondson and chll-j' return to her home the last of the : I i AHGEwTH ;

: have returned from a visit toNew drcn of Miami are vlxltlng Mr. and i week. "1 _40 ,
'|I Mr. and Mm. A. E. Shoes Repaired SIl "
ofSeptember Smyrna Beach. McKinney DIRty FACES"
Mrs R. R. Crosby and family.
\ I Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and I visited their brother-in-law and I < .
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tegg of :.g -
:< 13 :, children spent last week at Salt (Norfolk, Va. and Mr. and Mra.. sister Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mllllcun, IVIllLIS-U-n'AIT, <<, !Ot\c\ ) j (Sal. : p.,

'ir Springs. Jack Anderson. of Jacksonville In Palatka Sunday. Of' [ / I I i iB

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph P. Miller I'were Sunday guests of Mr. and I, Mrs. ..D.V.. Moore visited' ,! her I HUMP,,,' antsDOART'SHQIllAll
: : left Thursday morning to make sister Mrs. G. F. Brown In Hump j.
.
.
Mrs. Jack Trn.wlck of '
,;$' ;j. HE PLEDOESAn ; < their home at Ormond Beach. Lt. Lake. Klngaley'(j ton Tuesday morning. New Low \ A mimic Plctuill| B [ Prices .
and Mrs. BasHett will I Percy Sullivan Jr. .spent from 11
Honest Fair impartial Ralph move DUFSS! :'\I.E now at The STAR AND ANDTHEY
,
Into the Long home. Lt. BassettIs "STORE.iFriende' Wednesday through Sunday with

Administrationof l .with the National Guard. will be Interested t lolearn his grandparents, Mr. and Mr* Half Hole. .. ROSE of YUKON DRIVE _.
Miss Sylvia Morse has accepteda ''J. B. Mills"', In Green Cove. Springs $1 50
,
that Harold Mills has accepted :Mrn'i ( lirodie-Dell) BY NIGHT
(
_ _________ the Office if Elected position with the Welfare Boardat last week. ) .
Orlando. a position as aSlltlltantmltn"II'.r Mr. and Mrs. A. R.. McKlnney & Cartoon : "(;ioKKle. : J Fishing ( t.o. Haft, Humphrey Uogart

YOU t VOTE & SUPPORT WILL HE Mr. and MTs. Qnrl Matthews Oak / of Setzer'o Store In Live had as their guest last SaturdayMrs. half Sole. .* flu r" & Serial : "fliit man & Ann Sheridan

GREATLY APPRECIATED have returned from an emergency Mr. George Flynn and Mr Mcl(lnney's father G. W. (Uimii'ii'H) $ 1 00 ICIlbIlln. ." I'lus News
I trip to Des Moines, Iowa. Hazen of Brooker. .
and Mr W. C. Powell ,
Mrs. Ella: Ifardee who Is.. visitIng hove .gone to Clewiston and. children try'-i 1 Mrs. S. B. Dennison of Plant & Mon.. Autr. It & 15 Thtir & Fri., All;:. 18 & 1 19

her RUter-ln-law Mra. L. A. City visited her brother-in-law and' I nomiu; J.'F.ATIlIU'A'III :
I rl
visit Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood. > .R' eM Lists -.>< up( -_... --
Davis wait visited last week by Miles and Edwin Sheppard at'' Sister I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thorn I

Every Branch ..fINSURANCE her two sisters Mrs. Anderson and Gainesville visited their mother. ton last week. On Friday Mrs. : 4

Mrs. L. G. Thompson, of Fernan- Mrs. T. II. Sheppard over the Thornton and Mrs. Dennlson VH-! SHOES; SIIINEI) I

.
dina. ,weekend. Ited their coimln. Minn Minnie
AT
:
Chesterfield Hals, for men I Bill !Smith' who has been at Brown In Union County. :1

___ .. _u at STUMP'S: IJEP'T. STOKE. !Miss Mary Sue Eppernon and
Fort
Jackson S. C. with the National '
Mrs. C. M., i-iildips of Bristol, Guard for the pant two'| Mlsn. Mary River 8tubblnn arrIIttendlnlt' STARKESHOE L5Y'

and son, J, Elton Ormond, U. S. weeks. la visiting. relatives In RIP- the YMCA camp at I'

H. C. WALL AGENCY Navy are spending this week with yard N. C. for the next. two werks. Camp Immokalen on Brooklyn bV'ERY6 I.e| IIMMHTOI '* ..i 'a

Mrs. Phillips' mother Mrs. Laura Mrs L. O. Powell, Miss Lake for the next two .weeks
HnrbnrnJone REPAIR PENNY [OWARD 'CH.IRIII RUSLL!
PLEASE PHONE 146 !Moflele]?. Elton has just completed I *. Miss. Pnu'lne Boyd, and 'i|that His George friend Anderson will regret to heat I I1. Xl E wwiMOfiNA mm -
underwentan '
one enlistment In the Navy John Powell visited( Marlnolnnd 4gIgg6Ej

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- and went to Green Cove Springs Sunday. | operation at St. Luke's hospl.j :M.I I'. I Hudson. Proprietorrr '

while here to re-enlist. Mrs Nona Dyer of Ft. Myers! I|'jtal in Jacksonville Tuesday. He is : )

Gene Walker who has been visiting spent Wednesday through !Sundiy' making the expected progress and < SI. form I'urk Thciirre I 1'lu.s! NewH & "Fox Pop" Car- JOHN LOVES MARY

-- his cousin Jerry Lawson. of last. week here (with her hi other I I jit is sincerely hoped that he will I._ : tiisn (Iea an.Cl1nlUn),
soon be .
i fully recovered.
left Thursday for his home In and .sister-in-law Mr. and j' =_=-=--= ->-- -==-=:-=-=---J: -
Savannah On. Mrs. Fate Brown. Senator and Mrs. Charley E.

Rev. and Mrs. Lewis D. Halnea Mlns June Patel tins returned 'Johns and Markleyann attendn!
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}Ult KALK.; (.trtt laiiuia, iihi.noftrar 1 'l. ...AI.I'l !. Xiawot-iiy, |"iiiitlH" I.)' and children Mary Louise. David to Starke to live with her family ]'i the tobacco celebration' In Llveoak
>hM. "' .rlab!.... l.''5 up. "hn,. I ho hedf! Fthnl.n l 4 nil. nut nn Tommy, and Helen, visited Mrs.Haines' For the past year she has been. [last Saturday. We Give Tickets At Denmark'sCEDAR
C Court. I WhiThoi-fl< .. Madl Kurt>i<>Ion n at-t5.Meat fovm'H,tt,: Stare Farm highway 3tp814. | mother In Breman Ga. employed, at the Naval Air Sta- II I See the wide "selection, of Away Appreciation Day

I.< "I t SALK: I II I i'li. ft. Klunt f-npiiflty for a few days thla week. \lion In Jark son villa.! Miss Patal I' drp'H fabrics' at STUMP'S. I

KI.OMIIIlVKI.L, nnil.M (.> down I'hll.'o pmt.rvfrla-vruKir All deltixn Only fenliin.ii.. JJ.to I| Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode Jr. plans to take over the management I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal arc

l' If. NaMW; orthy ttenerul Muppll and two Billy and Charles. at home after an extended
S-. 4.a flI.hweII. Jt ...".p. .... '7-2mf eons of her father's business | vaca.I Beautiful l! I =
Inotnllrd A rrpnlrrd left Sunday on a two weeks va "Van's Cafe". tlon In the South Carolina and 1n1JmI
Phuna 13, or Writ to: I."'''It It ENT' :a-rin. <,nttH.ie apt ,I cation. STAn Ilrand drew & work |' north Georgia mountains and at S
j. .t. 111 I nM4rrMrtcclenny.
Fla. S- tf1yr |>vt. bath... gas airei-nMcl stole Atlfxtvr pnrh! ,eliT.refrite. alt f Mrs. J P. Ht minork and daughter shoes for men at STUMP'S. t Jacksonville Beach. / 7V\ :;! ,

utllltlea furn. No <-hlUi\ n. Mr. Hotty. \ of Jacksonville are Friends of Mrs Miriam Kick- : Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Moye and ere' a v II !fl, t tr\r
TIMBER .1 i I.: Mrmmunx. 214<< VV. 1...<1I.nll 1.
SELL YOUR St. lip upending this Wi>c>k with Mr and liter formerly of Starke will beinterested son Charles of Orlando visited Trc'lAre Jtflfti/, \
NOW I !Mrs. R. V. Alvarez and other rela to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr .
Paid tl TW:;::l alrl.lt Eti' .11'111'l l (or tile, work learn that she now Floor I v
highest Cash Prices tives. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb woon Lamp
,
-aHphalt' rubber: A hard bath resides!! at 418 Center St., Green, over the
type Alan rhlmnayM, "I ti'n| A Hlflewallta -I Mr. and Mrs. O 1.. fJ"R'tlt'y and Cove Spring I weekend. Charles a sergeant In .

WILL BUY IN BULK. .' Other lltUNonery. i'hnnetier. lists' A. C. Durden .spent the weekend Mrs. Bryan Ptttman of Chenn- the Army Is visiting hU parents i! DOOR MA'l'SONLY

OR IN UNIT with Mr. and Mm. C. P. Tison a I 'while on leave. I
peak Ohio and Mrs. JSella
FoR> HALE S room fram hotiaC.1sth. Mt'alorof
hot A void. rnnnlnir 'water. Fernandina Beach. Beckley W. Va.. visited! theirhater 1! Mrs. E. M. DavlH .spent Tuesday lOCENTS/,/ 99.5It
EDWIN W. PECKOr 4 acrea of litnd with new 44.inchfence Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. In Jacksonville and her sister .
lorateit 2..... flubs' 8B of.iltnrk Mrs H C. Boyer last week i .u \\ ,111<1 y'I
John W. Turner left for Ga. :..Mrs. P. E. Stone, of .. C
on Pulntka KlKhway. Will Luinpkln.' Sunday ]Miss Alma Thomas visited Mrs. Archer r I"'C'I T" I'uy
P. O. Box 463 aHcrlflc,, for Immediate "..1.. John ;where Leonard will be employedwith turned lo spend the night with
E. J.
(lhIldri's.u. F'. O. 1..1t At4 Htarke.Fla. Daniels In Orlando last Week I \111' h 1(1r.
Gainesville Fla. the state forestry commis her. ,
HP end. Mrs. DAniel, himband who 5
sion. hey & ( lrl" *.ho..1 l clothes 'S
: at
IJJ"'T Hill Krilil l 2"> A II hill"'ar recently held the Big Tent I G .
Send postcard and I Mrs. W. H. Thomson Jr. Rr-I f The> STAR "MTORE.
me a Title. H. S ( ari nrlvera' and vival here Is working In S
will come see you. T.l<-en". ... Rward J, W. MO- children Margie Ellen Fred and now. Mrs. T. M. Hutrhlngs began a

n" Jtp Evelyn, are enjoying a pleasant I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mooty had two week's vacation from Alvarez SJ/II'.JIEN7')
FII.MH IP.rT BEFOHR 1i_ P.M.RFltltY l-'tH HAI>K Heavy duty tock stay with her. parentsMr.. and I.. I) Store Monday morning.Mrs. .
.. .. their' guests Sunday
*T lie* P. M. 1BT "'V. trailer alwn miller .01,11. heap their three
D.tIISSFR'S: GIFT HOP. tf fnr rk""hTa'So A. K. I"r: Mrs. Fred Stump at Kingslcy anna Glenn Lee and Alan H. E. Tucker began work WARDROBESIN /> jiooM .
$ ''I. ';. Lake. all of Miami. at the naval bane st Green Cove -

SJPWANNEK: ; Auction COfNTY ate r.1'F.1ITOI"KMARKFT .ach WedOwned FOR HAI.K;: 1049 Crop <'ranre or' Mrs. Eddie Murrhee and anti Mrs. J. T. Hoiiz of Va IofootY'1! I Spring Monday morning.Mr. and
A operated br J. T>. Odnm, Palmetto honey$1 Htralned. In-. and Rev. Klbert Bowers of Milliard Ga visited her and Mrs.. Willard PUll andyounlf' Rig Double) Door)
10 poxtpalil J.B.
: Fla. 41toll pound tin for -
Jr.. Uva Oak
Ph. tlBM.
were Thursday dinner ion. Gene drove
Groover Lacoothee Fla I I gu..atJlof daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. C to Dad Living K oomSUIT
HAm Attention Muela, 4tp 9-9 Mr. and Mrs. Alton D<>bb.. !Mann, Jr. Sunday. City Thursday to get Mrs. Pass'" $63.50 Value

TeacheraSollit,. recondition Mahogany R.psflCP.enmpI.t.I ...""- NOTK-'K: 1 hove rl.,"eri niT cabinet I' Col. and Mrs. H, C. Wall moved I Mrs. Lillian Chapman of Atlanta mother, Mrs. L. D. Green who S
fill wood an-" tone;' 327 W. Call and milt work whop at the Pine.hurst from St. Augustine Beach to th* has been visiting, her sister Mrs.J. .
bacaua of spent several
fltarke.' Mra. Barnadlna Weet. lip Tonrlet Court I will new Sistrunk-Futch days last week I F. Hunt there. Sale Price $59.50! :
reasons of health. announc. place on at the home of Mr. During/ her va ---
I and Mrs.
... t will forMlalneaa J If S TA
LAKE HA.NTK FE .s.aott K whore and when reopen Klngsley Lake this week. cation. !Mrs. Green also visited
Kurnlnhed. Ele",. lito"... pl.e. K.- at a latter data. It. A. I t George Flynn. During her stay
frlcrrator, modern Plumhinir. l"nft. Nettlea. lip I White Nylon nOMe at The STAR they visited Jacksonville Beach. her slBteri, Mr. D. J. Clark and Ion ii ill .wtte the rimt ..t thl tu uirlrol.e
lak. front $3700. Adj.lnhllg T woMSCIpt etaoln Hhrdlu nnnWANTED STORE. Mrs. C. D. Williams In It K I V K I) !
lot ..W "with' ious., or ..eporfltlv l lt Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Middleton Tampa. 'In clothes. I... OIM- year.
.. '(nt( additional. Walrath decent white woman j and ann Clay of Jacksonvillewer MothJna.irn..hIolieYansI"
W.lrnth SC.y.toflS 1f.I..hl. Open to take par of two children It0 > ; SHOP US .1.0"W.: 11 KAKGAIKS fUSE '
hoard WriteMr" weekend ONE' TEN DOLLAR 4
*
7 day a ...*.k. per week room fluot Don'tBother guest of her unrl | tiuaranK-e ln
LAKE_ : II"S'EAppr."lm"t..l"" ( Orvllli.. Fla.W.hlln. Jllan"lnCoutt..8tarll. Itp '-II M and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Fate ,i :MACHINE PF.JLlANESTFOR

3...G ft. Larr. Ia.'lful o"k.. .. I'm DutlodPULVEX with Brown. i, $7.00
Randy' R.ac". tOO f'. "".?. Ct l.. )HED UIRL N.al. rood. d'' Mr..nd Mrs. A. R. LaFaye an'I'I AND BRING A FRIEND
DDT' OUR
find I"1Trn '). poeltlon. children plaincook. BUDGET PLANIT'S
prtty a* on* can : h'l:
> Walrath Walrath, Inquire on Calvary two daughters i>t Jacksonville AND GET ANOTHER
Keystone Helglta.l Open I day Church Clara Rawllni. lip I were Sunday guesta of Mr. Paul FOR' '1.00 I

a> week.LAKE Nsw Singer 8ewlnaMarhlnel. Canova. t BOTH WAVE,.. Ml'NT !
Caeh Terms are available Ini i A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
H d-
ford Bprlnv.III!:: EVA Beautiful Brooklyn.bull.Una thle Motion only tnroiifh Hln..r8ewln Mrs. Mae Edwards and daugh-i I BE GIVENAT

.1...... restricted and unr..ulel..t I '*- Machine Co.. 4'"1 N: Mar. ter. Elaine. spent this weekend at NAME TIME
proi>.rtla. 100 ft. lake front lots' Ion. $'.. Lak City Fla. Phon Dayton Beach with Mrs. Ed- Male' from Fri., Aug. 12
t'O* op. T.rma.. Walrath I sql*. writ or visit' our "hop. Our Denmark Furniture Co.
Walrath. Ky.ton* Hlhta. Open Sates Bervlce rare will vlalt ward's son and daughter-in-law. To Aug. 20HTARKE"
T .. your horns' upon ratiueat. If "*
"y. a ** I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert M. Edwards.
__ CAT OWNflS rid yost ne" Lesi....

FOR t KC KAI.K R..I.t"rM.: Corker I Spanl.l week. 'up oldMrt ... FOR phonograph.KALE -Can Console b. eeen radio at R. B.*]I .br.. Iw .... M m r..K.a ROTENON* Their BOn, Bobby returned with hU BEAUTY ShOP PHONE 15J] TARKE. FL.A.
P11a Thornton P. '). line I Alvarea A Man Warehooa on Jashighway rir DWW.Specially fananhtterf fee c-. rrandmother' for an Indefinite Vi.- I j Phone M -
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. BTAUKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 12. 1949
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Beta Sigma Phi Chapter Installed Here of this month. porch. Following their swim the young

t With the hostesses In the receiving Guests were Invited to sit In the I folk gathered around a bed of oak

.) line were the honoree her living room after being nerved. coals in the yard and roasted

." fiI. \ Vy.. '.p7t mother Mrs Clyde Priest and Mrs. A. J. Thomas. Jr. played wieners, which were served with
: 'C w wp her grandmother Mrs. Mclntosh. piano selections during the af I cold drinks baked beans and slaw.
The beautifully decorated
-- A color scheme of pink blue ternoon. Dahlias zinnias marigolds bIrth-
day cake centered a long
and white was carried out. A floor and roses were arranged to tableIn
basket filled with delicate pink decorate the living room. Mrs. the yard and after being cut
L. G. Powell by the young hostess, was. served
a and Mrs
Itonltlenre Polly Mann Office and white gladioli was placed near Robert Kite
with ice
Phone 175\V Editor: Phone '29 the refreshment table. An arrangement aided the hostesses with, the cream.
of asters centered the dining flower. arrangements.The Out of town guests were Mary

1 1 14 table which was covered with a honoree chose a dress ot'' Agnes' uncle and aunt, Dr. and
white embroidered cloth Mrs H. B. McLendon and daughter
over pin c with diagonal
champagne crepe
Junior Women Have Mrs. Mary T. Brown silence cloth. Over the table which bands of chantllly Insertion on Jeanette of Orlando.Woman's .

Regular MeetingMembers Observes BirthdayMrs. was placed at one end of the front the waist and skirt for the oc
porch hung three silver wedding caslon. Auxiliary

of the Junior Woman's Mary T. Brown celebratedher bells .with pink rosebud clappers. About 150 guests were invitedto

Club met last Thursday eveningat 74th birthday anniversary at Mr. 1.. O./ Powell. Mrs. L. D. I be with the hostesses and Miss I The Woman's Auxiliary. of the

the club building with Mrs. the home of her son and daugh Hnln..", Mrs. H. A. Lawson and' Priest. Episcopal 'Church met Monday
H. H. Adams president presiding. t rn.w Mrs. Alma Hough presided at the night at the church with Mrs.
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ,
discussed regardingthe n tri punch bowl. They were assisted William Noegel as hostess!
Plans were : ,
Brown. Enjoying the day with her r u Mary Agnes MatthewsHas
remodeling of the kitchen and l In serving by Mrs. C< McGrlff, Tile meeting was In the form of
Wilmot
were three other sons,
Mrs. W. C. Powell was appointed Brown of Hellbronn Springs Lacy Mrs T. F. Landrum Mrs. P. J. Wiener Roast a baby shower for Mrs Stanley

Chairman of the committee to Brown of Starke and William 1, Y rt Shaw; Miss Helen Haines, Mrs. Noegel. Games were enjoyed) by

oversee the work. Several members Brown two daughters Mrs. Rich- A "l: Roy Ward Miss Manes Dodd Miss Mary Agnes Matthews celebrated those attending and gifts 'Were

volunteered to assist with ard Clarke of Corinth and Mrs. Frances Morgan Miss Sharon her eighth birthday anniversaryby presented to the honoree. In a bas

the Chest X-ray work now. goingon. Rachel Sasser one brother Boy- ( i + 7454 Hall, and Misses Shirley and Cer- entertaining a number of her sinette. Dcllciojs.. refrcBhr.KiiU
t 2 aldlne Shaw. served to the ten
ot young friends at a swimming were member
dge Davis and two sisters, Miss r r .
Bingo was enjoyed as the program Lula Bulsh and Mrs. Florence '- Mrs. Gladys Canova and Mrs.O. party and wiener roast at the The Auxiliary will present its

for the evening and amusing Jones all of Jacksonville. There L. LJnsln assisted in showing Hummer cottage of her parents united thank offering at the eleven .

awarded. Delicious were 22 grandchildren and M Pictured ahme are momlx-rn tint newly orCnlMil( Ifc'ta Sl ma Phi sorority at the formal InxtaJlallon the gifts which were arranged on Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, on o'clock service Sunday morn.

prizes were served the great grandchildren attending. and Initiation of officer hi-lil! In St. Mark's Parish lloune lost Friday night. Mrs. \Vm. II, Alex low tables at one end of the large Klngsley Lake Tuesday afternoon ing.
refreshments were by
hostesses Mrs. AI K. Carlisle Other relatives and friends were aster field -*
Miss Elma Lee Hickey Mrs. Car- I Mr and Mrs.! Matbal Green Mi. nn table --

eon Roberta and Mrs. T. C. Hazen. and Mrs. Johnny Jones Mr. and t hell WSCS To MeetThe Miss Priest HonoreeAt
Mrs.. C. A. Orlffls; Mr. and Mr.. Beta Sigma Phi sorority Scores of Smart

Louis Grlmsby Mr. and Mrs. Ed formal Initiation last Friday oven- WSCS of the :Methodist Lovely ShowerFriday .

Addison Mr. and Mrs. Oils Addison Ing In St. Mark's Servlre Center church :will have a short businessand

Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Bryd when IS new members took partIn program meeting at the afternoon, Augusts, Mrs.

ac J. W Denmark, Miss Jaunlta the candlelight ritual under church Monday August IS, at 3:30: W. B. Mundy, Mrs Maxie Carter ;1' JSJTARKE

F paR Denmark Mr. and Mrs. Smith the direction of Mrs. William 'H. o'clock After this the secretaries Mrs. R. A. preen and Mrs. L. A. .'

STARKE FL':.' Manning Mr and Mrs. Cecil Roe Alexander field excutlve, of. Mi of the different departments will Canova entertained with a tea / !

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Dowleney of ami. hove their blank given to them shower at the Klngsley Lake home Housewives Say

Jacksonville. and Rev. and Mrs. The Impressive rites were held which will be filled out and hand- of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova.
( ,
Curtis Harris of Green Cove by candlelight and arrangements ed back to Miss Olive Ray as soon Honor guest on this occasion was J
Sun., Mon, TiK'w., Aug. ll-16 I.
Springs.. of yellow roses were used to dec a* possible. Miss Janette Priest bride elect _/

Everyone enjoyed the day and orate for the occasion. AssistingMrs. '

THE LAST DAYSOF wishes the honoree many ;unr Alexander' at the ritual ta- / .: ;; / c

happy returns. ble were Mlns Nina Strickland >
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President of the Alpha Lambda -
POMPEIIPreston I I I Ann PageSALAD '"
'Looking for bargain? (:in to chapter from Gainesville; Mrs. DRESSING
Foster Alan Hole
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STUMP'S DEP'T. STORE. Lindon L. Oulnn, Miss Betty Carr o
Basil Rathbone. David Holt and Miss Betty Jean Celton also Quarts 40c
I'I'i -
I'I of Gainesville and Mrs. J.
AND I Hembree. ; M'I Funny how thing happen, Inn't ford County" Pints - 22c ))
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SHE MARCIA JUNIOR Both the Initiation and the Insinuation it? Just as the AppreciationDay :- 11 i
Surely. were lot of FFA dignitaries -
BY LADY FAIR of officers took place I' drawing started and Wednesdaya half the around town last weekend I Ann PageGRAPE io.. If) "

Helen tiahagan, Randolph before a table bearing the sorority downpour came what with Doyle Conner the National 1 JAM
BEAUTY SHOP I'I's..roll crowd got drenched Then i
Scott & Cant of 10,000 and centerpiece of yellow from ;
president returning a '
ten minutes later just as the 1 1 Pound Jar t9c'J
roses official Beta. Sigma Phi drawing stopped the rain, ceased Trustees Meeting in Washington ",,, I

W<. officers. him Alton Brazell of Lubbock

ANOTHER PARTOF Immediately following the ceremonies neighbors name of, Mrs.one C.of J.our Bastrdo Keystone, was Texas National 4th Vice '' I'ma "I Can; Trust A&I' :,
served. Preald'I'I e
a buffet supper was 20 ticket ant, and Max Cobble of
drawn for a percent .
for food .t our AP Super Mur..... I do
THE FOREST Black Greek letters on yellow which would have netted her Tenn., National Student Secretary do nil my hopplnv
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fronted cakes emphasized the sorority wasn't there! Before they left Sunday' ; I' No. 2 Can lOc It hrcauMe 1 can trait ''' .
Frederic March, Ann Dlyth, around $43-but she .
J colors of yellow and black. 'em tour of I "I... trust them ti. buy the hart that' the market afford and to
Better luck next time Doyle gave a quick .... **
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Dan
DuryeaAND 1 The cakes were served with open the Interesting spots in th's part No. 1 Can, 2 for 15c guard It* quality and frr hn until I com for It.
hors d'oeiivrei 'I know ltn their policy. when they mark egos rrnil A, to keep
face sandwiches of Florida, and they went back
Among the faithful supporters Imia them freak no .....,..11 he Orail A when I bur them (ir.de *
ARIZONASTAGE punch and mints each topped witha home with a very favorable Im-
I of the Starke Lions who went to rags you kll..\v, will. not l... tirade. .% II they Iliiaer tntt loan lathe
i! yellow rose. Miss Betty Carr pre M10l1' of our wonderful state PEACHESNo. More).**
COACH presided at the punch bowl as- Ocala for the McIntosh game were Doyle left Wednesday to at-
.
"1 know the) If foe n"r rrnnn I an not .all''r' stifled with
sisted Miss Jean Celton.At Sue Williams J. terd. 2 Can 21c
by Betty Charlie Parker state conventions In North wmethlnic. I hate htmuhl. (her'II NtlaiHr replete It or return mymoney.
Kay (t'rifh) Corrigan the close of the ceremonies F.. Denmark. F.lma Lee Mickey and) South Carolina, and then will .**

a brief post-organizAtion meet- Tames Alvarez Ruby JohnA L return home to start preparingfor Nutley ..! trust their. prlren thrniiichout. the store iiml I .know I wouldn't. .
Fri., Wat. Aug. It, 20 1 Ing wai' hold which featured sing- his big Job of presiding over OLEOMARGARINE Mate hy Hhopnliia: urouinl, the town. I 4lout menu tint 'm me.nel
I M. Guinea, Lillian & Buddy Bishop ?e tt't hate a Hpri'tiil; on Moniethlnir Monte time at a lower price
Ingof Beta Sigma Phi songs the 1'atlonal Convention In Hanson than %At*. I mean lint' when I dOl all my Mhopiilitic there, week
' TROUBLE IN.SUNDOVN al with Mrs. Lindon L Gulnn and little Blsh Monk Dinkiiu. City Oct. 10-13 1 Pound - 20c ian anI buy.week" ouq I'll .n... money and have L"lew the b..t that wooer.

"GoHy, h'l 19 ugly!! Ir.. cut*...(her*'* Gainesville, pianist. Johnny Redgrave, Mrs. Jimmy .... I ran trust %..!... ,and If'. a nilaraty romfortable feellan.*'
AND wltivtly! M MM she pie? Mm!" Officers Installed were: I Rodgers the C. L. Curries and A. htear) that"Sitt. John Andersonwill '
soon he heading b'rk: to the
Pr'sldent-Mrs. C. 1(. Hayes B. Baker Quite a nice delegation
States now that his Airlift duties r :::c eeg Can Trust
Keep 'em Flying LADY FAIR EEAUTY SHOP 1st Vlce-Pre ldent-Mrs. W. W. I'd ay Dropped Into are about over In Germany 1

OMPv.ETt '3""raUTN SF.KV Caines ., och's' the other day and looks Imagine it won't be a bit too HOOD sf

Wild AblHitt Si ContrlloAl SI iENI'W' OPERAIi-KS :12nd V. P.-Mrs. Eddie Hart- like they're moving out But to suit him either scein' as how i Beg Can Trust
'.ALL *T AT RaiLKOAO he was shunted from to .
Japan
o Cartoon & Serial man In reality they're just making IIi "tthen they. llmt Item like ,
fan APPOINTMENT' PHONt !ill \ lettuce and celery In theiradverllwlaic
Recording Secretary--Miss Freddie fountain All the Germany without so much as a I i ,.......11 'hTkk.' It'n brew e.-
room far a i my
Wimberly girls are talking about puttingon stopover In the good ole USA 1 ,it.j..! -:..... ,-.,-...;-. ..... ,w perlenre. hey have a irooilnelMctlon '.."
Card from Grace Onhoinenayln of the else! headMthey
Corresponding Secretary-Miss weight and I can easily see lvertlMe.. at IK* .d.>er.fined .. ""''...n I buy n steak lit A&P 1
"hello, etc. and advlain' ........*' '.
p. know lt heel from a itrsila-fMl
RANCH Hazel Fields how they would! There'll be that her new address is 3935 Mar. steer. etprrtIY ...,....,..., h. the .r.t
MICHIGAS N TreasurE'r-Ml Marian Brown some changes- at Carpenter's too Large Uipe Cuban phew! and well trln. ..*.e.l t.. else M*
lowe, Houston S, Texas U. mjr monryH w.rth In meat. with
fore longLooks like they're out two much hot mill ......-."
Committee Chairman are as M. (State Farm) Turney
SOUTH OF ITAIIKK ON ROUTE 100 remodeling says AVOCADOS 3 for 25c
follows: program-Mrs. S. O. you can qualify for the Old Timers Best Brade Wht. Bacon Ib. 23c
Denmark Social-Mrs. RobertBark"dale. Club If you can remember whenIt ,
(n Project-Mrs. J. W. Bill & Alyrtt Graham got back was quite a mark of distinctionto I Luscious Ripe California
)0 this week after a nice vacation in Grade l A l>r<*nm. > (/) CO -i McIntosh, Scrapbook-Merry Beth havo a (then rare) burned-out
N. D. South Florida They "played electric bulb Seedless 2 lb. 25c Florida FRYERS Ib. 49c
:J ,Smith Publicity-Mrs. It wise" and left the chlllun with light up on the mantelpiece Grapes -
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Jr. aa !
Wainwright an ornament ,
o) )0n Bill's sister In Tampa while they
I Lots of Callstrecters well.In' the Armour Star Short Shank Sugar Cured:
-< fished around at Ormond 'Beach
Teen Age DanceThere "I've had my x-ray. Have you had Delicious: Vine Ripened Calif. Jumbo PICNIC HAMS Ib. 43
and Crellc..ntBeach
Clewiston, Snrftnota. -
,
Uw -i iI" yours? tags Tom Slado! and
Catch wasn't remarkable :
t.rJg will be a teen age dunco. -just enought to eat. Quite Jack Truwlck were two of the CANTALOUPES ea.19c Jack pratt tirade A Klmllrn
I' first to get 'em Have had ,
A RHINO 'TIF.tMILY : ENTIRE: CI'l on Friday night at the USO sponsored different from the story I heard yours? Here I go' for you mine.Carol'n Sliced Breakfast Bacon, lb. 43c"SUPERRIGHT"
TO DINE (n I jointly by the B. & P. W. from Dolene Woodham who said Green CABBAGE, lb. 5c .
Club and' the National Guard. that her brother-in-law Grant "
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IN OUR ft JOAN CAFE at 8 o'clock. :\- .
Festivities begin Godwin caught oodles of good-sized California Long WhitePOTATOES

bream In Lochloona last Saturday --- 5 lb. 33c HEAVY WESTERN BEEF:
Bill & Alyce also report a \ Center CutChuck

nice visit with Glenn &: Martha. LEMONS 432's doz. 29c ROAST Ib. 45c
Wood in CtowUton and also CLEARANCESALE ,

fished with another ex-Callatreet- .
Small TenderCLUB
Red GRAPES lb. 23c
rr, Richard Long who Is now a Malaga ,
i h l 1 I STEAKS Ib. 69c
11 i resident of that sugar metropolis ,
Calif. LETTUCE, 2 for 25c

Prime Rib Roast lb. 59c
ON ALL SUMMCR I .. ; ,
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Gladys ( "nova. who's moving

-- to Gainesville Monday says that DEXO 3 Ib. tin 71c Quirk FrozenPERCH
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/er xhe'll surely be lonesome for in DRESSESThin FILLETS, lb. 33c
Callstreetrrs and that if we're

FRESH SHIPMENT Dial DeodorantFOR ever over that way we had better lona FLOUR, 25 lb. bag 1.39
drop In to see her at 1732 W WHITING
FISH 15c
SUMMER 25c Columbia St. See a new face Wht. Hse. MILK 3 tall cans 34c lb. -
Soap - ,
i. In Judge Perryman's office these ( I

ENJOYMENTWhitman's days Sharon Hall Is helpingout I Ann Page KETCHUP 14 oz. 18c
during the drivers license Octagon Cleanser - 8c
OLD SPICE I
season which will goon be In full \nn 1''le

Sampler 1{;) Toilet Water $1.75 awing ports that, .her Evelyn family Newsome had a little ra- /.7. I II PORK & BEANS, No. 2 lOc Tide, giant size - 69c

care on the way back from a I Dreft 25c
Lana large size - -
2 lb. - $4.00WHITMAN'S EXTRA SPECIAL! Yurdley's, lavender trip: to North Carolina i
ONE GROUP Seems a car came out of nowhere Tomato Juice, 46 oz. can 23c
Woodbury Facial 4-29c
$1.00 around one of those mountain Soap,
SANDWICHTRAYS TALC -
Ann Smooth
1'.lIe Crramy
and had to

(Ileaven-Sertt Cologne the brakes Evelyn and her Il Peanut Butter, 1 lb. jar 35c Swan, med. sz. bar, 3 for 23c

Antique Box mother got a few bruises, and / I

Values to $5.00 Compact $1.50 luckily those were the only Injuries .. Daily Dog Food, 3 for 25c

$1.50 25 ,
1 Ib. - t

I 1 Silk Film Make-up Thought I wa ......In' things Tea Value Talco Horse Feed, 100 lb. 3.85
' NOW *
Jacobs Summer Foundation $.25 when ley walking I glimpsed down Mrs.Call Laura Street Moa-the, $1.25 to $2.98FORMERLY Talco Scratch Feed, 25 Ib. 1.07

.. ,, .
I la keep. ran root when .11... hot reorh tnt
other day with a nice bunch of ,. .... ....... .
I Sha.lce) SOLO .II. treaty a4s.f teed tea Ie'
. Package $1.00 (Lovely Summer snowy white cotton In herhand a/lne ..... ..........t....... ,... eaa. are ..... .. ... Talco Laying Mash, 25 lb. 1.23
, J..ylnr. Seed teN at Ii,. .............._hl.... ._._........
remodelled to give you She Informs me that while on AT 2.9S TO 4.93 Inn he.t at the I....... price pnsnlble. 20'-'
i Our Prescription Department is being .* visit in Rome Ga last fall her Dairy Feed, 100 lb. 3.85

, customers the Quick Efficient Service that you deserve. non-in-Iaw C. \\'. Johnson, went OUR OWN c
our out Itvth field and pulled up a 64 49
r During this time we are still compounding your Prescriptions stalk of cotton and gave It to her TEA BAGS ....

with the same Utmost Care and fulfilling your Prescription to bring home She planted
the seed in a row In her gardenlast' Sullivan'sDRY nhru ell ..l.lt r*"** AJtP T.. will kr ..klraw t.
DAY and NIC/IT. March and Is ....... ..... ..rk...... ml err ...>. 'r_ ......
needs It now getting .......4 ......".. ao Coll.w. twr ..1,. 4H4i
just right to pick Mrs. Mos-
CALL "64"CARPENTER'S ley says she hasn't seen a single GOODS 1 BOX OF 16 OUR OWN TEA BAGS

boll weevil and next winter she AND

e Intends to comb out her cotton 1 BOX) OF 48 OUR OWN TEA BAGS
147& West Call Street
and make It into some pillows

The cotton Is now on display I I Starke Fla. Total 64 TEA BAGS-49c

in, the Telegraph office, and I will
The Rexall Store Phone 6i Starke, Florida confer on Mrs. Mosley the title

of "biggest cotton grower in Brad-



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Her friends will be Interestedto Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gllchrlat of
Mrs. Emmett Rainey and daughter Godwin-Tilly Welfare Payments ,,'rlt.: OF t.F.t.no:

Suzanne, who have been visiting know that Mrs. Marvel War. Brunswick Ga. were weekend I I J P Hoh, rt., ;Mayor of Htarke. {

; her parents, )[1'. and Mrs. en's daughter/ Sandra Jean Rowe, quests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Reach All-Time Florida, 10)vlrl u. "if ,the authority 'J
vested In mi hy law, ilu hereby pall .
Floyd Green accompanied by her underwent. a tonsllectomy at Sha- Biggs.Mrs.. High In June All rliHtll", I to tie, hold at In* t'lty .

ulster, Mian Anlce Green, and Mrs. dycrest hospital Monday morning.Mr. P. E. Canova and two Hull nullified In I thi Voter' .HftireHHtcl. on Tumduy town by, Heptemlinr the- j

Carrie Hitch drove to Miami and Mra. William Hi fl o daughters, accompanied by Mrs. R. Public assistance payments In II, MM1)' ), tor the pilrvnvtt' of .i,

: Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs Indiana are visiting their bro G. Kldd, were In Jacksonville Fri Florida reached an alltlme high emirilnR. Ii.,.. fnilnwlnv. offuera ./
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Tw.I..rm n f Ec: N. T. Ritch. They returned< Saturday ther-in-law and sinter Mr. HIM day. both In number anti amounts dur- 'On,. Mivm.. for Twn Year. ,

,, ... night.Complete. Mrs. Barney McRae thin week. Mrs Jesse Newsome left' Wednesday ing June, according to Rev. S. K.Spnrka one On. Chief('It\. nf(.Iork Police, for, Two run.....
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ectv'a' anti' rest of this .week who i U Member District
linr of Men's, Clothing to spend the .Haniiur. ami Tux 'fullrrlvr, for Two
of Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale "
Pichett Waycrosa,
Lester at The !STAR STORE. children Steve and Ann of Jacksonville with Mrs. R. M. Cooper In Jack. no. 5 Welfare Board. Years, I
spent the weekend with Ills bro- and daughter attended the birth- spent the weekend with Innptti'rorM of HHI| | ',l4-tl Ion:
MI" ell Joann and Jean Burnsof sonville. II During the month State war. T. H. WIlHunli.F. .
slater-ln-law Mr. and dinner of Mrs. Barkadale'sfather
ther and day Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and 'I.1 'll...mtnn\vay.
Mrs. C. W. Plckett. J. W Horn, in Hampton I Atlanta Ga. are visiting their family at Kingsley Lake Mrs. Jim Drew returned Sunday I rant. went to 00.382 recipient. /K. B.: HimrkiPitul

Sunday. grandmother Mr!.. Celia Managua after spending/ a week In Lyons to alii. 122.716': Imlivldnala. There I. Itnyrituntlt5ot ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harley 3trong./: Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs hud' ..* Klvnit, Jr.
nnd their aunt. Mrs. T. F. Grady Ga. visiting her mother. Were 6-1.013 recipients of old age H.II.. I.IIMIM
and little daughter, Helen of Miss Lucille Alvarez spent the us weekend guests their brother- "
jr. weekend In Jacksonville with her this week. and Mrs. Miss Sue Biggs Is spending this antlRtance .),O04 blind, and 22- 1C..KIn ... I I.'n'.t,. "
Atlanta Ga. will arrive Saturdayto in-law and sister. Mr. "' >ny"ilhHc'illir Wh.'renf. I hpr.unto-
spend ten days with his par- sister!' Mrs. O. P. Dyal. Mra. Ernest Phillips Is spendingtwo Ralford Brown of Plant City. The week with Col. and Mrs. Owen 312 dependent children' families mynf n,,,,,," I unit case. the
Griffen in St. embracing :51,706 children. seitI the ttii' town to bn h.r.- t'
weeks with her sister Miss Augustine.Mr. They
ents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Flynn spent Browns are on their way to North untn, .offlxiMl. ihlo the Bill tiny ofAuviKt
Lois Jordan In Miami. and Mrs. T. H Slade wen- received! a total of $3.677.012 of A. f'i. IU4il.
Mrs. R. C. vacation.
and Dampier Carolina for a
Mr. Sunday night at Lake Hewitt. 4 which $2,313,724 (OKKII'IAI, ., UK:A'I.I "
and son Billy, visited in Gainesville Mrs. W. D. Faxon and daughter, Friends will regret to hear that Friends! will be glad to hear In Baxley Ga. Saturday on busi : was Fede'alCuntlR. .I t'. l htoh.rts.! : Mayor .

and High Springs last .wl'ek-1 Donna Dee are visiting her daughter Mrs. F!. :J. Dowling, Sr. entered tha Mrs. O. L. Beasley's mother ness.Miss : AMjBt Gt. (0.9Sheets'H''M I JohiiB' City Cl.rk ,:

In. Shadycrest hospital Saturday and Ann and : :June was the first month since
end. Billy remained High Mrs. M. C Ford, Jr. In Sum- Mra. A. C. Durden, daughter. Peggy Wiggins --- J
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Springs with his grandparents. ter S. C.STAR. morning for observation. Mra. Jeanette IClnraid. who are her grandmother Mrs L. O. Hemingway start of the public assistance ; .
pillow towels I :
)Ir. and Mrs. P. A. Dampier. Mr. and Mrs Walter Helms of recuperating from recent illnesses returned! Monday after program an Florida, In 1037 that ea'-rs. ,

Mrs. L. O- Powell, Mrs. Mattie Brand Shoes for men, Jacksonville and two sons, Davrd In Tampa are very much Im n two week's visit with relativesIn the number of applicants had & wash: cloths at STUMI"S.FMR'.

Gahagan, Miss Pauline Boyd. Miss women & children.: STUMP'S. and Bobbv visited Mr. and Mrs. proved. It will be the first of Elizabethtown, N. C. Mrs. Peggy SlmlkT, "of Stork panned the OO.OOO( mark

Bnrbara Jones, and John Powell Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Graham I W. G. Halle part of this week. September before they will return Mrs. A.o'. Sauls entered St.Vincent's announces the marriage of her In Bradford! County 492 aged

visited Rainbow Springs Thursday returned from a ten day fishing I Mr. and Mrs Tom Harding and to Starke however.Dr. hospital In JackR..nvlllttSunday daughter, Peggy Juanita Tilly, to I persona received $$20,26100); :2J CHILLS

I vacation this week. Leaving the and Mrs. I-LB. McLendon anti Jim Brown Uodwln, son of Mr.
afternoon.- Tommy left today for Atlanta, Ga. It Is hoped that she will blind persons received $02&.OO; 666 .c.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo! Bradley Mrs. children with a sister In Tampa'j where they will\ get their daugh. daughter, :Jeannette, were guests have a speedy recovery and Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the and 201. dependent children families -

Izona Bradley and Miss Elaine the .Grahams visited, tee' Miss :several days thl* week" of )fr>>. State Farm, on )Feb. 18 In Kingston .
June Harding, and continue Ball Hand Hummerrtte* & Tennix representing 481 children received -
Sikes of Miami visited Mra W. places Crescent Beach Ormond to Lookout Mt. and Chattanooga. : McLendon' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shoes at Thc STA It STORK.Mr. Ga.Water. 841200.

13. Mundy and Mrs. J. C. Sapp I Beach, Clewlston, and Sarasota. Tenn. They expect to be E. S. Mat thews.. Th. McLendons P l A r ON
and Mrs. Jim Stitch had as
last weekend. Lt. Col. and Mrs. James A. gone for a week. went to North Carolina for their their guest last week Dr. F. .1. Safety; Class
SEE US for Back To School daughter, .who has been In summer
Grlffen
have returned from
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Nettle Miller of Graceville. juests At Supper Yes The Tourists And Transients Like
Clothing and Shoes for your. cMI.ilren. week's: visit with) relatives in ramp there and then visited relR- <
.pnd bnby Pamelo Jo, are spendng Mrs. E. A. Raney, who will be
We feature Acrobat Shoes! Lakeland. On their return they lives In Tennessee and West Flor- ( Our Food
two months In Schaferntown remembered as Caroline Green Members of the Life Saving anti c;:; -1
for children that will fit and Ida. They have returned to their | \ ) \ "
Lake for
wearlonger. stopped by Panasotfkee '
Pa., where Mr. Nettles I la Inspecting together with her daughter, Su- Water Safety Class being hold ; ,
/: 1. \ .,:
.. SMART SIIOPPK. some fishing. I home In Orlando but Jeanette remained ij l' Hit ue> Mill hiu, > tlme to rater'
tomatoes. Their home Is now sane and her sister Anlce Green at Strickland's Landing on Kings- ;
Miss Betty Lou Harris of Washington Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith had In Adel, Ga. for a longer visit with left Monday morning for Freeman ley Lake gathered at the hum 4) Hie lunne folk ", &t- ':;,
D. C. Is visiting her undo their last weekend their her grandparents.! i 1
; ss guest
of Mr. and Mrs T. H. Sliulo after I .
Va. where Anlce will visit '
Misses Ann and Mnr-
Margaret
.
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green niece Miss Mary Ann Weaver of ,__Tif: C. Thomas, who Is now employed class last ra..J.\ x-luti jmir buiUiie! ** and ulvta}*
this/ Jane Phillips underwent a for the next several days. Friday night. :
this week. with an Insurance comninvIn
Louisville Ga.
I I tonsllertomy In Shndvcrest hospital Lnkevllle Ind., Is spending Dr. and Mrs.. A. Y Covington Combining study with a pleas'ant I to "plroao. our frh'nilx. at '''m ::

and son, Irvan, and Dr. Coving- :
social
Wednesday morning. It Is several weeks! here with his mo gathering the guests!

52-J hoped that they will soon be well ther. Mrs Thomas. IGlr'4. i ton'B mother, Mrs. A. I. Coving- enjoyed delicious spaghetti Slipper -
Phone Mallory
VP.DEe ICE again.Mr.. ton, of Paducah, Ky visited St. on the comfortable porch of Still S ring Our Famous Business! )!Itn' 1 4
l8 I ,. )t bark-to-wbool Hr Augustine Sunday.Mr. the hosts' home. Afterward they
oi.t.ow T H. ITO Mrs. IlartmannVOTE I and Mrs. W. E. Thornton "!iI. B'-OOS. socks! & underwearat and Mrs. :James Preston I.UNCIL-Oc; I
had as their weekend guests their adjourned to the living loom where

I son-in-law and daughter Mr. and STUMP'S STORE. 1, and son. Jimmy, visited In Valdosta they were shown two films on
Mr. and Mrs. George. Miller and Ga. GUIDON GRILL 1 1n
p Mrs. Hubert! Bronson, of Orange i Sunday. water safety. I
I son. Jock will visit Mrs. Miller'sbrother \ Mrs. W. M. Haight of Jackson
Park. Those besides Ill-
attending t
I
.
sister-ln-lnw Mr. end GEt..
and sister-in-law KOPl'IAtSO'.4fIia
ville Is her ,
FOR Mine Beverly Llmbaugh of Mont visiting members of the class and' their I
Mrs.! I. P. Shepherd, Jr. In New- Mrs. .-. H. Fields this .week.
Ala. her uncle Instructor Dick ford
gomery Is visiting Lang were I
On. while Mrs. Miller Is on
nan
W. E. Mlddleton
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. CharlesShepherd I Dr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs A. Y Covlngton I
vacation from the A A P store.
theli
this week. had alt their guest SAturday. and the doctor's' mother of Pudn-\ I
Earl F. Miles Mr. R. F. Prather and! dnturV|nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. '
cah, I< Mrs. Jack Trawltk, and /
!SEE ('S for Ibuh To School y. "THEATRE/
ter, Sandra have returned to their!' I Iham. Russell Dowllng, of Gainesville n

Clothing anti Shoes for your cliil- .. In Jennings La. after a j Miss Claudia Hazen conducted. Mrs. Rod Davis. l V/Klli//V STARKE J
ilivn.Ve fp'itirm Arrnhnt Hlicx'H ,
month's visit with Mrs. Prather's |a Young People's Assembly at
For I for children. that Hill flt_.nd wear mother Mrs. Fay GUI of Kings- Lake Swan Palatka lust Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sullivan

linger. SMART: SIUft>PE.I lev Lake. I I'M j week. near pent Sunday visiting hili parents Saturday August 13 I Tiu'.s. & Wed.. AUK. 16 & 17

Mrs. Penny! Tll'.ey: leaves Sat- -- ;:: -and Mrs. Ed"'rar Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs R. S. Sullivan, of DOUltLK) FEATUKE )noum.i) & : FEATUKEDmnrFAGES1': l
There f is Maiden Form for
CHIEFof I urday for Nashville, Tenn. Her spent Sunday at Brooklyn Lake. I a Branford. I

sister, Mrs. Nannie Gunter, and visiting friends, Mr. and Mrs. J I every tyPe of figure. Select Hoys' buck-to-Hchool clothes' i

niece, Carol will return with her. B. Mills.Jlmmv. them at STUMP'S STOKE. H-
I -pants shoon.! Hoc-ks and undtrwear. I'
Ralph Rhodes and Joe Montiethof Rltch, Mrs Grace Rlt'I1's'son Friend* will regret to learn that .
I Mi-s. Titus Olson entered Shad ;. at STUMP'S.Shoes : .
KiiHtls, former residents. of spent the weekend with hM. > ) I \ifI'
POLICEIn creit Hospital Monday. It In ev-
Starke, were In town on business _
grandfather, T. C. Hazen, In Her- I
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_
Wednesday. pected that she will bo able to :"' U- f

!:,-.- i the CityElection Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McNelll nando.Mrs. J. C. Edmondson and children 'j I I return to her home the last of the I 4 FUkriTH 1.

have returned from a visit to of Miami visiting Mr. and week. '
are I II ,| Mr. and Mrs. A. F.. McKlnney Repaired .
New Beach.
; ofSeptember Smyrna
; : Mrll. R. R. Crosby and family. '
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and I visited their brother-in-law anti I --
Mr. and !Mrs. W. B. Tegg of asciI pa,
13 children spent last week at Salt sister Mr. and Mr. J. O. Mllllcan, : '
: : Norfolk. Va. and Mr. and Mrlt. \\VlllLE-V-WAIT CGNEY
Spring! I Jack Anderson. of Jacksonville'were In Palatka Sunday. I O'OllN[ I IsuMw.Iv
'' I Mrs. -D. W. Moore visited her '
Mr. and Mrs Ralph P. Miller Sundav guests of Mr. And am. IDOBAH1'SEQIDAN

: left Thursday morning to make !Mrs. Jack Trawlck or ','sister, Mrs. G. F. Brown, In Hump.I B 1
Klngsley'
\
liE PLEDGES; ; their home at Ormond Beach. Lt. Lake. I I ton Tuesday morning. New Low a IimiUC r-ICTUIIj !
I Prices!
: Percy Sullivan, Jr. spent from -
ANDTHEY
An Honest' Fair Impartial and Mrs. Ralph Ba.'Bett will move IMIFSS," \LR now at The STAll | AND -
'Wednesday through with
y Sunday
Into the Long home. Lt. Baasctt
STORE.
ROSE of YUKON DRIVE ......
I his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs ll.llf
Is with the National Guard. Suit'sMt'n's
Administration 'Friend will be Interested to"learn
Lts : Miss Sylvia Morse has accepteda that Harold Mills has accepted J. B. Mills, In Green Cove Springy ( ) $1.50 I ( Itrodie-lcll) BY NIGHT

of the Office, if Elected position with the Welfare Board a position as assistant last week. & C'lirtoon "<:KKlt Fishing .
Orlando.Mr. Mr. and Mrs A. 'E. MrKlnnev : (,< <>. Raft, I Humphrey Hogan

YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT WILL HE at anti M7s. Qarl Matthews manager of Retzer'a Store In Live had aa their guest last Saturday Illlf: Soles IJeur" & Serial : "Hatman & Ann Sheridan

have returned from an Oak ',: Mrs. Mcl emcrgeneytrip
GREATLY APPRECIATED Mri. George Flynn. and Mr ('t.isuhi'u'N)
Flaxen of Smoker,
Mrs.to Dos Ella Moines Hordes, Iowa.who 18.vlRlt- and Mrs. W. C. Powell and children |I, Mrs. S. B. Dennison of Plant Sun.;, & ,M<,n., Au r. II it 15ev' Thurs. & I'rU Aujr. 1H & lfl|

have to Clewlston to
gone 110(1111.1) ( : FEATUKEAND:
ing her sluter-tn-law, Mrs. L. A. visit Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood.) |I City visited her brother-ln-luw and I.miles' Lists" 2.;)o tip| -.-"
,ister Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thorn
Davis, wits visited last week by Miles and Edwin Shpppard ofGainesville

Every Branch .f fi her two slstem' Mrs. Anderson! and \ visited their mother ton last week. On Friday, Mra. SHOES: SIIINEII

Mrs. t* G. Thompson, of Fernan- Mrs. T. H. Sheppard. over the. Thornton and Mrs Dennlson vlx- I
dina. Ited their cousin, Miss Minnie
INSURANCEH. i weekend ,
Oevtcrfield lists for men Bill Smith who has been nt Brown, In Union County.
Miss Mary Sue Epperson and I II Sf'kkESHOE
- -- at STUMP'S DEP'T. SToRE ,
-- Fort Jackson, S. C. with the National -
; I Miss Rivers
Mary Stubblns arrattending
Mrs. c. M. i'UUiipH of firistol, Guard for the past two

and son J. Elton Ormond U. S. weeks" Is visiting relatives In Bic- the YMCA camp at I

\ Navy, are spending/ this week with yard N. C. for the next two weeks Camp Immokalofl on Brooklyn

cyyiti0&9riCY! Mrs. Phillips' mother, Mrs. Laura Mrs U O. Powell, Miss Bnrbnrn, | Lake for the next two ..weeks REPAIR I I1. PtNN thWARtS'ChAlLIS IUSflL vNJtANTtl'DUNNAWAYN
j His friends will regret to heat
Mosele Elton has just completed :Jonen, Mis* Pauline' Boyd, and! I that George Anderson. underwent (
enlistment In the
one Navy John Powell visited Marlnrlimd "

Constant Service/ Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- and went to Green Cove Springs' Sunday.' I jan operation at St. Ltike's hrmpl- :HI.\ I;'. I Hudson, ProprietorSt. taiNt ,t. tins Wtti us et it torn ,
In -
Jacksonville lie
while here to re-enlist. jtal Tuesday. Is
Mrs Nona Dyer of Ft. Myers :|
Gene Walker who has been visiting spent Wednesday through Sunday making the expected progress nnd "St. form 1'iirk Tlialr Phis: News" & "Fox. Pop" Cart : JOHN LOVES MARY

-- 1 his cousin, Jerry Lawson, of last week here with her bro It is sincerely hoped that he will I __ __ on ( Itt'iitfan-Carson: )
PH
j be === .
soon fully recovered. t== ,
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left for -
Thursday his home In ther and sister-ln-luw, Mr. and j

Savannah, Ga. Mrs. Fate Brown. ,. Senator and Mrs. Charley E.

Rev. and Mra. Lewis D. Halnen Miss June Pate! has returned, Johns and Markleyann attende/l'
-- --- --- ----- ---- the tobacco celebration
Foil-$-Al.I.d--- ....II..., phol'uKranhi i'I. "'>A l.l'j& .'Iu i.awo."i y iiluiiti., l Iy nnd! children, Mary Louise, David, to Starke to live with her family i J'' lost In Iveoak

.. pnrtab1. 1.'I5! It ft. ('hR'. I he be.I.' : Rhi..l..n. 4 ml. nut on Tommy. and Helen, visited Mrs Fur the past, year she has bepn >, Saturday 'We Give Away Appreciation Day Tickets At Denmark'sCEDAR
Co "r". State Farm
I'Court 8hrphnl.MadlHon; HiidloH( St:- .Seat. tf Highway. 3tpll| Ifalnes' mother In Breman Ga. employed at the Naval Air Sta-j i See the wide pelpcfion of

I.lllt MAUK'/: I II I ,%''. tt. irliiitt' capoaltyI'llIeo for a few days this week. tlon In Jacksonville.. Miss Patal'' dri-sH fabrics at STUMP'S.

FI.UHIIIiVKI.I.. Dlii I.iU fit down, pout frlniTiilor.All, il ltixn(inly feAturiH. 3.160,| Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode Jr. plans to take over the management I! Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal: are V

2-, 4'. A III...." nrlU piimimiB.KllrU <*. .."r(.. >worthy (herai, 72D.tto'lIlt ...uPpll. and two ,sunn. Billy and Chalice' of her. father's business j> at home after an extended vacation Beautiful i f I ','-i. '
ili1
Jt rrmilmlPhun left Sunday on a two week's va'cation. "Van's Cafe". | In the South Carolina and S

IJ, nr Wrlto to: HUNTrm.: "uotmir. /1pt.,I north Georgia mountains and at qt1m
.1. .\. Ill KWI"I'" : STAR Brand clrr<<" A work '
bath. m r iunl h, .l.u'! f1W' i'Wf.1
Maccl nny, Fla. S-4tflyr r/I/: .: IIHM tto'S; A I'"r'|Luster, all l I Mrs. J. H. Hnmmock and dn tighter shoes for men at STUMP'S. ;{ Jacksonville Beach. / 7-Wav '

utlllrle' turn. Nn rhllTr..n. IIIr... Hottv. of Jacksonville are Friends of '1 Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Move! andson.
SELL YOUR TIMBER .1 1... HtmraunH, 214 W. :MadIson'' week with Mrs.Miriam Kick- Charles, of Orlando visited I ..% ;:r.
St. lip spending this Mr. and, liter formerly of Starke will be T/"' it re ,IOU/II/ .:
NOW '''Mrs. R. V. Alvarez and other I their son-in-law and. daughter, Mr
Paid 8I-W: : ?.'".I.AItI' .1'f'l', l fur t".w..rk' Interested! to l..arn thnt she now I and Mrs. WOOl() u Floor I Lamp V"'VDOOR -
a. S. Newcomb the
Cash. Prices tives. over
Highest HHphalt., rulilier, A hard l bath rela'i reside! at 118 Center St., Gree i
type AlM, rhlinneyn, ntei,> A Chnn1 ulilavulkv -:| Mr and Mrs. O. f... Beaey! Cove Springs. i, weekend.! Charles, a sergeant In I., MA'l'SI

WILL BUY IN BULK Other innHunery. A. C. Durden the the Army, Is visiting his .
__ _u ___.__ 215.f. tItus spent Mrs. Bryan Plttman of Chesa- patents
UK 1IN DIN 11' r with Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tison ol while on leave. I I
IT>n "SALE 5 room fram hnu*. peRk Ohio and Mrs. Xella Meaclor ONLY lOCENTS// 99.5
: Mrs. F., M. Davis
llalh.. hoi, onlil runnlnsc water. Fernandina Beach. I of Beckley W. Va, visited their spent Tuesday
EDWIN W. PECKOr I 4 spreE of land with new 4'<-lnch I I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. slater, Mrs H C. In Jacksonville, and her sister 11th \\ tiil'l 1'':".
Boyer last week
f. nco, loratrd >S mllo HP; ot C
John W. Turner Htark. on I'al.-itka KlKhuray. Wilt left for Lumpkln, Ga. Sunday Miss' Alma Thomas visited Mrs Mrs. P K. Stune of Archer returned \ Iu.S 'lit. I'lty

P.O.Boc463Gainesville I *M(llatp Male John where Leonard will be employedwith F.. J. II to spend the night with tlui.h.Mtre
Daniels
.. in
0.! t'IiIldr.a., ('. O. fox 414 altar... Orlando last weekend her. 1
Fla. Fla. HP the state. forestry commlsslon. Mrs Daniels', husband who
r Soy* A ftlrf.. .school f
clothes at
:!: '.(I"T Itlll Kold $J" II I hIlls.I f|I lecently held the Big Tent Revival The // / G >
Send me a postcard and I I I'ar Till, rt 5. ('11 r" Driver i Mrs. W. H. Thomson. Jr. and here Is working In Jamaica I UTAH HTORE. -'. -

will come see you." I I I r.N-. .n... Howard J. W. McI children, Margie Ellen, Fred and! Mr. T. M. Hutching began u -- -
Ra. Itp Evelyn. now.Mr. two week's vacation from Alvare S H 1PM K N Tit
are
enjoying a pleasant .
and Mrs.
H. B. Mooty had
BEFOHK 1i- P. ... KOIl SALE Heavy tty stock !Store' : Monday .
FILM tBFT stay with her parents. Mr. and morning.Mrs. "
Hr.n"T'_ 1'.11'I.' F.x'r I1Y. I trailer also miller ...dll. .... Cheap their guests Sunday their three K }) ROO.J1
1''HJlF.R' GIFT8UWAVNEK SHOP. ., for r'i..hT.: SM- A. E. McKlnncy at Mrs. Fred Stump, at Kmgsley sons, Glenn Lee and Alan Mooty H. E. Tucker began work WARDROBES
Murvlcn. ZIp 5.19Fruit Lake. all of Miami. at the naval base at Green Cove

: COfNTT LIVESTOCK 8A1.B] IM 9 Crop Orann. or Mm. Eddie Murrhne and ,son Springs. Monday morning. and
MARKKTt: Auction aale each. Wed Mrs. J. T. Houze of Valdostn.Ga. .
Owned nperatiid t v J. I>. Odum, Palmetto' Honrv Htralned 10. and Rev. Elbert Bowers of Milliard Mr and Mm. Willard Pass and Big r Double 111141r>
i-i i tin for ft.Ift pontpaid J. visited her son-in-law. and
pound
: ... !
Jr,. Ph. SteM. Uv Oak Fl 1*. Oroovnr, Laco..ch.. Fla. j| were! Thursday dinner guestsof daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. young son, Gene drove to Dad" Value Living ROOSU
MuskS tip lNOTK'B Mr. and City Thursday to Mrs $69.50
>'iK .\I.E Aitenllon Mr* Alton Dobbs. Mann Jr. get Pass'
Teachers Solid M..lio*..ny yittrompltly ..., Col and Mrs. C. Sunday mother. Mrs. L. D. Green who
H. Wall
r.condtln'4 "*..,... I han rlnnert myrahlnet moved Mrs. Lillian of SUIT
Chapman Atlanta
fill, woort ..nd ton;' .117 W. Cell. and mil work nhop at th.* Plnehurnt from St. Augustine Beach to the. I has been vtaltlng her sister Mrs.
of spent
W..l. ttp Tourist Court hecnua several day last week i Sale Price $59.50!
Burnadln
"lark.. Mr.
reaiion of health. I .will announce. .. new Slstrunk-Futch place on at the home of Mr. and Mrll.George |'I J. F. Hunt there. During her va- JUSTA
where and when I will reopen for
cottuwFurnl.hert. Lake cation. Mrs. Green also visited
LAKE: MANTK KB N..t Klngsley this week.
.. tiunlneii at a litter date.. H. A Flynn. During her
Klec. Stov, Klff* Kfrl Nettle.*. pl Whit* Nylnn. Horn at The STAR stay her slaters. Mrs D. J. Clark and Vial ulll sate tli,.. rust of ibIs sarJrttSe. '
r (or, ; : 7. 'nll": fhrdlu they visited Jacksonville Beach. U K I V I. I) !
ft. Uh front d.r10't.IU T woMS; Clpt etaoln nnn STORE. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. D. Williams in Tampa. In clothe, In one year. .
... A. C, Mlddleton
lot now With hou.. or p r"tlvt
Waleath WANTKD fjecent white. woman! and M..th Inmintnr* Policy\ anti
a tHOO aridltloncl. son. nay of Jacksonvillewere ,
to take rare ul two children. tlOf r SHOP US POll KKAL RAKGAliVS I
vv.lr.th.( K.y.ton<< heights. Op n
oNE TEN IMH.LAR Ciuamnfer 'nd"I..I.
7 da.a it w..k. per week room hoard 'Writ: / to$ Don'tBothur .weekend guests of her unrl j
Sire. (irvlllVahlln.. Blandlna c:111 and :MACHINE PERMANENT
Approxtmitt.ljf! Court S.ka.. FI... 2tp ,-.UCUI. M. aunt. Mr. and )fn. Fate
LAKE 'IE. EVA -
aol ft. f..rlf.. n*..'lful, <)*;i 5C. die-1' I'm Dutlfd with Brown. FOR t".Ilft

Bandy pretty a.B.....cb.on. 400 cdt. ft find.de.p.UII'"' position..)UED, GIRL children- Neat niira, .good. plain. PULVEX DDT1' Mr..nd Mrs. A. R. LaFnye and ANt BRING A FRIEND USE OUR BUDGET PLANIT'S

T..rm.. Wnlrmlh W*lr th.Kr "....k. Inquire on hill. Calvary two dauthter.of. Jacksonville) j AND lET ANOTHER
.ton. Hiights'' 911. T d5Ya Church. Clara Rawlln IIP were Sunday guests of Mr. Paul !I FOR ".00

week.LAKE i"IENEVA IW: flna-er dewlna; Machine Canova. f' BOTH WAVES Mt'MT!
A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
H d- Cah Term are .available. In BE GIVEN
Brooklyn 101... Mae Edward and I
daiigh-!
eectlon only
bullrtlniclt thla
ford R ullful
Mprlnir. 1hl'I
... rv..trlctd. .end ut"r.trlct.. prop.rti.g tea ft. Ink. front lots Ion. Ht.. Lake City, Fla. Phoneinn. I PULVEXI Daytona Beach KaJw' from Frl., Aug. 13
with Mr. Ed
H IIII up. T.rm. W..lr..th writ. or visit our-ahop. Our I ..nun-ii4 01 f Denmark Furniture Co.
W.lr.th.. Ky.ton' H.l hl.. OpnT Hale* at Service car will VialS. i a eowoit ward' son and daughter-in-law To Aug. 20

ilny a wt.... your home' upon requeat. tf Mr. and Mrs. Elbert ",. Edwards. MT.'RK'eBEAtrTY :
CAT OWNttSiT rid jest rae*'*...ua.

FOH MAlE Cocktr Hp.ni.l "'upe. FOR HAI.K Conaole... radio IK*, .be mu. i. aw Mm' ROTZMONf Their son, Bobby. returned with hU' NIIUPPhon PHONE 151 !STARKE.' FLA.
ARC R>.l t> w..k. old. phonocraph. Can aen at R. B.] .. 91
Mr.. Foil,*->Thornton.rd. P. '>. B.. AI".... Won Warehouaa on leablChway ,: tie.p.4.r.Spec all;faranhml fc ram rrandmother' for an Indefinite vl.It. .- i, I -

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 12. 1
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question. ley In Draper, N. C., Mr. and.Mrs. Rahme, of Miami visited relatives tosh last Tuesday.Mr. our sympathy to his family.

S S S STATE FARMBy C. J. William,* In Griffin Georgiaand here last week.M. 1 and :Mrs. Jack Jarrel and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Clark: attended -

SURPRISE PACKAGE Mr. and Mrs. T. O. William C. Hess and Harold fleas children Jackie, Beverly and Les- the birthday dinner of Mrs.

"The well-laid plans of mice Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld\ In Donaldsonville, Ca. Included In have returned to their home here lie of Jacksonville are spendingthe Clark's mother, Mrs. Mary T.

DIARYBy and men" said a Mr. Burns many their plans was a short visit for from Kansas, ,where they have I week with Mrs. Jarrell's parents Brown, .of Boatdraln Sunday.

years ago, "often go astray". W MUsoa Godwin and Williams with been employed for several months. : Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pack- There were 64 people present.
wentto Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Hall in Danville Mrs. Brown received many useful -
McGarvey had some corn to hog off Henry ;
Sam Mrs. Marie Self and two sons,
of
:Miss Florene Rosier Lawteyand
Livestock Marketat Virginia. Their visit In Don- ham.Mr. gifts.
the Farmers Gary and LaMarr, of Ft. Pierce, : J. A. Gnann and
Miss Emma Anderson cele- and Mrs.
to Mrs. :C. A. Addison
The author wUl be glad rrrclve Gainesville and bought three aldHonvllle was arranged BO they I Mr.and
have been Visiting her sister, Mrs. Florrie and Mary Sue,
S Items of Interest concernIng feeder pigs, intending to keep brated their nineteenth birthday could attend a family re-union in daughters and children of Jacksonville were

the activities. of farmers In them only until the corn was gone, anniversaries at the home of the .honor of the /80th birthday an- Douglas Hardy. attended the wedding of Mr. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
latter Friday evening August S. E. C. Morris is spending this Cnann's nephew In Gainesville last ,
.- Bradford County. Suggestion maybe and then take them back to the niversary of Mr. William's mother, S. R. Clark Sunday.
left at the Telegraph office or Market and sell them. But just Outdoor games afforded enter- Mrs. T, a. Williams. week in Orlando, visiting rela- Friday afternoon.
tainment for several hours for the tives. Mrs C. E. Triest. M. L. Trtest
Lawtey, I
malliNl to Sam McOarvey about the time we're ready to Dr. and Mrs. Frank Goodwin
thirty-five young people from the Freddie Jane and Dees and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Waldo
Libby ,
Florida. load them, we discover definitely And Mr. and Mrs. Garland Godwinof Your Feet! Know The
that one ''of the three gUts is Farm and from Ralford who par Gainesville were dinner guests of Plant City, and Delayne Crews. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs

AT LONG LAST got some have cockerels only. But by his carrying pigs and presumably ticipated cakes In this event.beautiful The traditional and- of Mr., and Mrs. J. Q. Godwin of Lawtey, are spending this week W. W. Packham Sunday. Difference
bred. So instead of were ,with Mrs. Marlon Crews and other I Miss Martha Home of Hampton
this week. method of operation he produces they are all Thursday evening of last week:
sweet potatoes planted 'the hostesses' served slices of their
which should be good selling them, we're going to keep relatives.Mr. I was the house guest of Miss Ruth
fine pullets Mr. and Mrs.
One of our good neighbors!! Invited cakes with coca-colaa. to their W. A. McUuff and
ua to take some cuttings from layers. His place Is four miles them to see what they bring forth. Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Sunserl returnedto and Mrs. Van Daubley and Slbley for several days this week. ..

his patch so we took advantageof West of Starke on the State Farm Curiosity killed a cat, they say, guests. their homes In Montgomery, three children of Dundee, spent I' Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan ,

his generosity, snipped off 750: Highway; If you are Interested In and it looks like It may knock' ud I t$ '\' -Bennett Alabama Sunday after having: Monday and Tuesday with Mr. and and Mrs. Brookins were in I

and planted them In three row. in seeing a well-equipped, efficient for a loop of barbed wire, If all The marriage of Miss Hattie been guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. M. L. Watterson. The Dau- Gainesville Saturday visiting Rev. '

our kitchen garden. Did not put broiler plant. It might be worth we get Is a bunch of runty pigs. .Dean Bennett, daughter of Mrs. O. Engram since Wednesday. To- bleys were on their way home Brookins in the hospital.

fertilizer in beds but will side while visiting: Guess that If you However, hope springs eternal in B. K. Bennett of Marianna and gether with their visitors Mrs. from a.vacation in Georgia.L. I I Mr.'and Mrs. B. C. Ousley and '"
any
dress later on. Am looking forward wanted to buy some birds, he the human breast and we're optimistic the late Mr. Bennett, to Cecil L.Sewell. Engram and Miss Virginia En- H. Lambert, of 'Washington, little daughter from Perrlrie are \ J

already to the first mess of might be able to oblige you that about the final result. In son of Mr. and Mrs. O. gram enjoyed a sight-seeing tripto ( D. C. arrived Tuesday for a spending some time on Silver LakeIn When You Bring Your

juicy yams. way, too. the meantime, we're planting some F. Sewell of Quincy, was solemn- St. Augustine Saturday.Mrs. brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. one of Sibley's cottages. Work To
CS S SC crops (such as cow peas) to free ized Tuesday afternoon August 2. Horace May. Shoe Repair
DeWItt Sinclair and Mr. i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall were
.. Visited 'Clayton Crawford the hAl OUR MILK COW Joy them. In case they turn out all The wedding occurred In the First and Mrs. Harold George of Winter Mrs. Alice Fancher, of Orlando, visiting Mr. Hall's sister, Minnie BIGGS & BAKER

other day and went over his Interesting bred this week to a fine Black right. S S Baptist Church Marianna, with Haven were with Mr. Sinclair Is spending the week with relatives Harris, in Waldo Sunday. Eirry Job, large or small given'

broiler and fryer plant Angus bull named Rush, owned the Rev. B. W, Burns, pastor, of- last weekend.
here.Rev. I Mrs. Calvin Hall attended a bent workmanship with thebent
fields cut
operation. Clayton has two finishing by neighbor "Jule"' Eunice A* Got seine more of our ficiating.Mr. John Bray, of the Raiford our
Boatdraln Sun
family reunion at
batteries now tilled to ca- this combination produced our up with the tractor this week. Sewell Is connected with Baptist Church, was a guest Sun. It the 77th birthday of materials.
day. was
pacity (2500 birds) and I Is build- bull calf Pride we naturally- Now working on a ten acre patch the State Farm Identification Department day afternoon of Robert C. Gray, Mrs. Hall's
Mrs. Brown
Mary ,
which Is according. to our !good HAMPTON
ing a third. One has a batch 4 cided to see If they could once and he and his bride will I. Jr. grandmother.Mr. .
weeks old, and the others are again give ua a fine animal. Of : neighbors, our worst land. Afterit reside here. I George and Howard Young, twin
cut good, we'll plant It By Mr' .. C. Sweeney and Mrs. J. T Land were
hat I I is up I
Mrs. Verna D.
about.0 week4 old or about readyto course, we're hoping that Joy :Mr. and Mrs. Jim B. Godwin are sons of Young, are
market. Breed raised Is New a heifer, as .we really want a goodnurse' In cow peas and let them !grow at home to their friends at the spending! this week in Jackson- in Gainesville Monday on businessRISING PHONE 218

Hampshire Rede.Intere8tlng cow with which to raise I until front, then turn them under home of the former's parents, Mr Evangelistic MeetingThe ville with their grandfather.Mrs. .

of business milk-fed calves In the ; ind let the land rest over the Bert Hlnson and daughter, COLONIALFLORIST
this
phaae some good and Mrs. J. O. Godwin. Rev. Al Troester began a I
ia that a feed company future. But If she gives us another I winter. Am going to get the cavpeas During the past week Mr. and ten day series of meetings; at the Peggy and Brenda Sue spent

really subsidizes the operation. bouncing\ boy like Pride, we'll be Innorulated, as they will do Mrs. J. A.Bouvier moved to McIntosh Community Hall on Thursday Thursday and Friday of last weekIn

furnish the chicks and all satisfied better job of nitrogen fixation Gainesville. I By Mrs.. Edward Norman
They where they have an apartment night, August 11th. Services begin

the feed necessary to raise themto Our plan which we will start that Have way.learned according to statistics Mr. Bouvler's retirement) each evening at 8 p-rn.

the fryer or broiler stage. They when we get some good pastures, : that a tractor operated! follows long years of service and I Rev. E. D. Soloman of JacKsonville Mrs. Elvalee Driggers and hei

also assist In marketing the ready, Is to have a small herd of I about 400 hours a year costs about residence here and they will be editor of the "Florida Bnptlst THERESSABy daughter, Mrs' J. M. Keen and son,
"chicken crop", so .that Clayton missed their Farm "
has all his raw materials furnished dairy-type cows (such as Jerseys) l SOC an hour to operate Includingcost friends. by many Witness", was guest speaker? Florrle Gnann Richard, of Plant City are visiting; @
of depreciation. We're goingto Sunday morning and evening, at relatives In this section this week.
to run the business. When and breed them to beef-type bulls, Mr. and Mrs. D., P. Wright and the Baptist Church.
write off the cost over a tenyear
the crop Is sold cost of chick. and raise Martha and Nan- Ernie Norman of Gainesvillewas \
Brahmans their .
Angus or daughters, A stork shower honoring
period and see how that Members of the Young Peoplesclass surprise his mother Mrs.
and feed deducted from selling visiting ,
are milk fed calves to about 400 to works out. Cost of gas Is moder- cy, of Commerce, Ga. were visitors of the Baptist Church, with Mrs. J. A. Griff was given Norman
and to feed com Maggie Saturday night. FLOWERSFOR
price paid D. L. Nix from
of Dr. and Mrs.
/ and then sell them with- last afternoon at her
1.10 ibs.
ate; so far looks like about a Floyd Lucky, teacher, enjoyed a Thursday
and difference Is net profit Clarence Jones has returned
pany until Saturday of last
out having to buy feed for them gallon a hour in average work. Wednesday picnic fish. fry at Gold Head home. The hostesses were Mrs ALL OCCASIONS
to owner. However Clayton had from Washington D. C. back to
Whole scheme requires good per- S S S week. Branch State Park last Saturday. J. A. Gnann and Mrs. A, L. Sul
to erect buildings (from lumber Misses' Mary B. Cox and Bar- his wife and son and Is staying
Is DISH GARDENS
manent and that goingto livan. Pen and wernentovfd
pastures The Brahman twin paper games
cut from his timber), and buy and registered bara Donney of Orlando came last Friends of Otto Hicks Jr., regret -: at the home of her parents, Mr. ,
take a lot of time, work calves owned by Mr. and Mrs after which Mrs' Griff
equipment to run the plant. that It will Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. to hear that he la confined i and Mrs. S. R. Clark of this sec- POTTERY
money. Figure now Boyer are coming* along fine. opened the presents. Refreshment
Was surprised to learn that he R. H. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. to Hope Haven Hospital in Jack-
take about three years to get Idea Named Pink Lady and Blue Boy, of Colas and peanut buter cracker lion.Mr. POTTED PLANTS
raises "straight run" chicks or into operation. Bradley. Miss Donney was here for sonville, and trust he will soon sandwhiches we served. Out of and Mrs. Edward Norman
they are said to be quite a rarity p
in other words mixed pullets and a week while Miss Cox remainedfor be much Improved. His parents I town guests were Mrs. Rhoda were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elam
-only the second such event re FLOWEKS WIREDANYWHERE
cockerels, as many such plants Ran Into S Delbert SC Green thu: corded. Mrs. Boyer Is keeping a a longer visit with her respective Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks, and. Dampier and Mrs. Fred Dodd. Lewis of Starke Sunday.

other day at McCarthy's Garage record of all visitors (we were paternal and maternal grand- brother, Charles, visited him Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cochran and This community was saddenedby

He was telling us about the dif number 114)) so you can see that parents.Mr. sons Bobby and Allen, Mrs. M. C. the death of Math Sapp of Nona St Starke

GUARANTEEDW ficulty he's having because of be. they have stirred up a lot of In- and Mrs. P. D.. Fancher, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Adklna Castleberry and son Wayne and Lake Butler who passed away ,

in; flooded out by recent rains. terest. Mr and Mrs. Dennis Fancher, I and children and Mrs G. W. Grace Dickenson drove to McIn- Saturday morning. 'We all send!
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Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera and
Said that he got some strawberry Learned that Mr. Boyer, who
q their children,' Patsy and Brian,
WJ beds started, but got bogged suffers with asthma is recuperating -
and Mr. and Mrs. Bills Fancher
down.' So he tried putting some up In West Virginia, and certainly c77il7
and Miss Winder of St. Louis
fence posts and found It even .wish him a speedy recovery, r
Mo. returned to the Farm Sunday ,
too wet'for that. no he can enjoy his beautiful Flor-
following a stay at Dekle Beach
Delbert owns twenty-four acres da ranch.

about five miles out on the State S C S. near Perry.
Hilly Parks of Lake Worth arrived -
IMC.FONH have settled down and
Farm Highway. He raises corn
Monday to, visit his mother-
main made our farm their home. Now
and strawberries as his crops
in-law and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. WG .
on about twenty acres and has named Jean and Darby but can'tfell Strlngfellow.Mr. .
lie \ which Is which. They drive
tour acres left for pasture.
and Mrs. A. C. Davis hadas
SERVICE Is going; to plant some turnipsand t.eo, the doff! crazy, but otherwise' their guests during the week

rutabagas In the fall. they have been S S accepted.S end Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Reddish

NICE LINE OF Got to talking to him about the and their son, Roger, of Keystone ...
\\0< now urn tho dairy cow spray
WATCHES & BANDS "no fence" law, and found' him Heights Mr. and Mrs.J. B. Strick
Marlete which Is recommended Instead -
against It, even If It will become land and their son, Johnnie, ol
of D. D. T. and
on our cow
the law next summer. As he putIt Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle A.
.. calf, and It works fine Whet
SANDERSWATCH it hurts the small farmer,
Noland and their daughter, Meredith -
like .who hasn't enough,. bind milking this morning, though and
REPAIR me, ; Ann, of Orlando, Dan Rhodenof
pestered to distraction by flies
and cannot buy more, on whichto Taylor. Mrs. Nettle William
ind gnats, wondered why they I
LOCATED IN HOLLYWOOD raise some stock. Thin land and I. V. Lee of Jacksonville Mr _

C.tMKRV & GIFT SHOP, means that the small farmer has 'lon't have a spray to use on the and Mrs. Clifford Rhoden of Wal

lo buy more land, or get rid of person who milks too all In this do and S-Sgt. and Mr!!. CliffonRhoden
hot /weather It Is bad enough with-
Call Street at Railroad
his stock"All Jr. and their buoy. daughter -
out a million gnats playing hldo, .
STAKKK. FLA. '
of which proves that there of Columbus. Georgia/
and-seek In
eyebrows.
I are always two 'sides to everyDon't your S # S Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Lang and

their children of Lake Worth were
F.NJOYAni.K CHAT recentlvith
) !guests! of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace ..
Mr. and Mrs. Renfroe wh .

Your Dead AnimalsFREE raise hogs mostly on their Ynrrr Heights at during the lake the at Keystone week. '_ t .
Bury ; past I II
west of Starke. Swapped exper- !
Mr. and Mrs. \V. G Strlngfellow II
''cncea with Mr. Renfroe on sellingcorn i
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ma
George I
PROMPT SANITARY REMOVALOF and discovered again how
,
nassa In Green Cove SprIngs i7
much In common each and every Thursday _

DEAD HORSES MULES OR CATTLE farmer In. Bradford County ha ISdQn
Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. I). ;
with other farmer here. We
every L. Shaw and J. B. Rivers of LaCrosse ..
'"UI'S MORI ROOM FOR TH( MONIVto /
CALL OUR PHONE OPERATOR AT OUR EXPENSE ill have the same weather, same were visitors of Mr. and Mil Mod/43 4.doer! \;- .'. ___..__

bugs and pests and same probe Mrs. P. S Crews and of Mr. and I
PHONE STARKE 189 lems. i- '- .
Seems that If we all work -- -
Mrs. C. D. Sellers. _
together and help each other that
If You Have Call Our Jax Office Day Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Difficulty we all will be better oft. Is
It NEW iI' looks-NE W in -NE V in
M. D. Young were Mr. and Mrs. ': room handling .
certainly human to want to "beat
Night or Holidays
W. B. Fillyaw and their sdn Tom-

JAX PHONE 45500 the nothing other In the fellow".world, and wrong there with.Is mie Butler., and Elbert Elbert Fillyaw Fillyaw had of Lake just I ::-: and priced right down your alley! ;. -

that. But there Is a big difference .\ ,
completed a two weeks training .

FLORIDA SOAP CORP. tition.between rivalry and clean compe- (period at Ft. Bcnnlng, Georgia.Mr. -:> your eyes folks-and New roominess? Swing open the with conventional transmission,

In speaking of raising hogs, and Mrs.. C. J. Rose oi FEAST for your checkbook. doors m thumb-touch does i1!! 120 with Dynaflow Drive. I.
Tallahassee and their visitors Mrs :
Doctors. Inlet. Fla. Ph. Orange Park 2196/.; Mr. Renfroe said: "a hog will buy Lavonla Fussell and Jack, and -and gaze on the biggest interiors :
the horse while will For: here in one stunning, swiftlined t.. here .
a cow buy Surely
a car big
for as
Junior FusRcll of Springfield, N. C.. you can buy the money, your

or .. .. the saddle". Reminds us of an and Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Andrewsand bundle, IS everything with sofa-wide front seats and no fondest ambition-yet price-wise
elegant breeding farm In '
r up Kentucky I Miss Connie Stlnson o? yes, everything-you ve been it's right down ] Fits -
I where they raise thoroughbred less than 12 more inches in rear- your alley
:. Gainesville were guests of Mr. and l hoping for.
: horses. modest family budgets it fits
race They are knownfor Mrs. II. R Linzy Sunday. seat hiproom. as

I their horses, but hogs pay for After having visited Miss Wanda New style note? Well, just look !modest-size garages, puts Buick tat

:I the whole enterprise.C C S Li e Llnzy for a week Miss that brand-new idea in front- Slip behind the wheel. Finger.an reach of still more people I .

Evelyn Spears returned to her '
: hUNGRY FOR GREENS! ft end styling. Grille bumper, Synchro-Mesh transmission f'
I home In Gainesville Sunday.Mr. easy
So here's II"
I rea must see"item .
Planted a row each of mustard' and
parking
and Mrs J. O Caldwel: bumper-guards even if you choose-the satiny smooth J''
: and turnips this week. Both are and' their daughters. Misses June lights all combined in a single, of f Drive On display now, in three .

: coming up all right and hope they Peggy and Frances Caldwell left sturdy assembly that means you ness Dynaflow as optional trim-'n'-tid y body t types, it won'tcan't
don't Ret scalded and die equipment if want the
oil as you
Wednesday to spend their vaca- "lock horn V with other cars! stay long on dealers' floors.. Go
: we're
getting starved for I
some tion at New Smyrna Beach. very I latest t t thing.And .
greens Also Jtimpitl the gun and now-see it and get that order in!
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams
over-all size We've
planted some wax beans Heardof New j
: Miss Williams if f is
Betty and Miss\ power your meat-
( a fellow nearby who has some trimmed inchts from its over-all
Erma Jean Godwin left Fridayto lift the bonnet and look
that are four Inches high, handiness in traffic just
so we visit Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hund- length for

have tried some too. yet here's still the generous on a husky Fireball power jOOjTjuIff

.. Also. started some tomatoes in wbeelbase that spells a levelplant of 110 horsepower*
a flat this week and they are

.- coming up. Hope that by providIng CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION going ride. *Oftitmal tt txtrm "".

shade for them we'll have tomatoes -

right up to cold weather.
C' -" But if we have another mild win- THIS TRIM TWO.DOOI JIDANIT ..n/)
MM / Ck" ..10 ,U7hMta ..m"w.n4
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ter like .
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the last .
Don't Let Your Home Go BeggingAttend one, maybe we'llhave 5 ,........ ---- '
them right on through. Weather ,_, :. _

Is like Congress: blows hot, '. -- : -

to( needed repairs right away. blows cold, but generally blowj. II

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Postmaster, San Francisco Cailf. Buick
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Methodist ChurchOur the absence of the pastor. ne Crosby. Miss Dorothy Crosby' Is your fountain pen a writing

LAKE GENEVA BROOKERBy .f Mr. and Mrs L S. Murphey) of ind Lamar Crosby of Brooker Instrument or a piece of jewelry: *
minds are so taken up with Marianna were" visiting Mr. and.j were visiting the L. H. Futches Our Esterbrook fountain
the "busyness" of life until we often By Blurb. Cua" baM I Ivm Mae LeseL. 'Mrs. 2. M. Browning last Tues last Thursday. pens are
guaranteed to WRITE, and coat
forget that there .U a deep 1 day. G. W. Roberts and W H. Edwards -
undercurrent: that .to far stronger only 11.75 with your choice of
The Revival the
at
Miss Francis Finley of Means- Charles Wlggin Dental Technician i Calvary Baptist were business visitors in
and more Influential than the point. New points cost only 3ic:
yule Ga-.,returned to her home In the Army of San Diego. Mission here closed last FrI- I Jacksonville! last Wednesday
Bradford
surface
current. We atres. and County Telegraph.
Thursday after spending the past California Is visiting his parent. day night.
rightly so. the blessings and ..
many month with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. U W. Wiggins on Mr. and Mrs Roy Reddish of 1
disciplines of the Christian life
ChurchThe ),,11'. and Mrs. T. M. Ftnley.Mr. a month's leave of ateence. Webster were. trusts of Mr. Red-
Baptist At The TabernacleThe that we observe! week after week.
But there are hidden ministries. and Mr*. T. M. Ftnley and Mr. and Mr*. Abe Crosby of dish's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. STARKE
I Jacksonville visited Mr. U R. R. Reddish during the week. JERSEY DAIRY
"First Boat
Ride" Is the Youth For Christ group had of God that wield a powerful Influence daughter Martha Sue attended a '
aeVmon title by the Pastor this our lives. For the "Tall Cedars' meeting In Gainesville Gainey last weekend. Mrs. Richards of Lake City lathe
upon
Sunday morning for the First several additions Saturday even- next few Sundays we want to Friday night- They report Mr. U. R. Cainey visited relatives guest of her parents Mr. and
GRADE "A" MILK
Worship Service 0:45: at the First Ing and a fine program led by present some of these ministries. having wonderful tima In Jacksonville last week. Mrs. J. E. Wall Sr.. this week.

Baptist Church Starke. During Edna Noegel. Miss Phyllis Martin Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Fary Novotnyleft Mrs. O. B. Colaon and Mrs, The W. M. U. met with Mrs
regular morning worship at 11:00: home from College In Indiana will hour the sermon subject will be: last week for Mansfield Ohio H. C. Douglas spent Friday at H. B. Arwood last Tuesday afternoon Delivered To Your Step
the Pastor's sermon will be''the be an addition to the workers the The Hidden Ministries- of God- where they will visit relatives and Santa Fa Lake with Mr. and Mr. for a social and bundles

second In the series "August next two weeks. The Sponsors the Subconscious. At the 8 frienda. Resale Colsoa and Mr. and Mrs.J meeting. Pasteurized -:. Homogenized
Aughta for Christians", titled "The' have procured some attractive o'clock hour Sunday the K. Dou< subject Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ayres
Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown of .
of Not". visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Crosby
Aught Each Sunday I workshop material for manual and will be: The Hidden Ministries of and little daughter. Jane Cate. of
Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. RUDY NEWSOM: Owner
morning there two Christian In Tampa last weekend. -
are regular training, and each child God--Beauty. Columbia. S. C. arrived Friday
services I L..A. Brown last weekend.Mr. The Rev. Vlnson of Gainesvillewas
worship with the Pastor attending will be rewarded with
,
The MYF Sub-district will meet! for a week's visit with Mr. Ayres'parents. George Haen and Jack
bringing a different message at one of the objecte used In the the speaker at the Methodist
Mr. and Mrs.
at Kingsley Lake. Monday afternoon Hugh Ayres.
each hour these services lesson. Hazen are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. Church last Sunday morning,
are necessary for the annual picnic. SUPlH'rwtn The new drug sundries store J. Haxen of Plant City this week
if. C. is his
Kelly spending va-
to.care for the unusiiM! :Mr. Gomes brought two fine be served at 8:30; the business under the management of Mr*.I S. M. Molt was a business visitor '
cation in
Tennessee
visitingrela-
number attending during the sum messages Sunday and Communionwas meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Charlotte Major opened for bus in Ocala Friday afternoon.Mrs. tives. 'WHAT DOES THE BIBLE TEACH
mer months and will continue observed at the hour. ness Saturday. This Is one of the
morning Remember- Aktns of and
the Bell Mr. and
school
Sunday Mrs. George Roberts who under.
until the new auditorium Is I I ABOUT DIVINE
com HEALING?
pleted. I Ii begins t at 9:45: Sunday morning many new businesses in the com Mrs. Steve Dukes of Steenhatchee went a major! operation In St.
i
faculty of more than 60 instructall Come and bring your family. munity. Also many new homes visited Mrs. Florence Varnadoa Vincents Hospital last week returned hear this timely: SfPUIXT Sunday evening the Happy Hour You are invited to with have been built and dill ,Monday.Mr. .
ages by ages groups. TrainIng I. worship to her home here last Sat .
begins at eight with request Unions gather at 6.45: for others are under construction and I and Mrs. Wilson Green and urday. Gray Sunday nlftht at 8 o'clock.FIRST

hymn and chorus period. The message group discussion and fellowshipwith I us.St. many more planned this fall, children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Miss Marguerite Wainwright of n

by the Pastor will bo "Hov last week attendance of 93 i Mark's Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hammric :K. Hardee of LaCrosse Sunday. Jacksonville was the guest of her
God Works". An air circulating during this hour. I of Jacksonville spent the weekend Harry Edwards Is spending this parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. U. "'.In. BAPTIST CHURCH-Hampton

system and an amplifying system Mid-week service Is held eacn .Rev. B. E. Simmons. B. D., Vicar with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Flnle)' week with his sister Mrs. Q. B. wright. !last Thursday. She attended
make it possible to care for the Wednesday at 7:30: and conductedby ,Sunday August 14th Saturday Mr. Hamrlck and Ir. Miller of Jacksonville. the picnic at Klngaley 11:00 A.M.: The Damnable Doctrine of Doing"

whole congregation by using additional the pastor with an Inspiring 9:45: : a.m. Church School Sum Finley went fishing in Aklawah Guy Jones of Tampa visited Lake. 10:00: A.M.: Bible School RT.tr. at 7:00: P. \1.
rooms. Session River and'each caught their limit Mr. and Mrs. O.V.. Barry last Jimmie Gill of Jacksonville .
and evangelistic message. mer was (Evangefal; John L Bray I* coming to Hampton Aug. 29)
11 of nice bream. weekend. the: guest of his sister Mrs. Sara
a.m. Morning and !
Sunday School gathers at 0:43: To these Prayer sermon
and all services
/ and attendance continues to break cordial invitation Is a by the Rev. S. W. Crea- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Forsythe Mr. and Mrs. B. It. Connly and Giddings, last week. Visitors WelcomeCONWAY'S { -
extended toall
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aU previous records for like reaSGn. -, to worship and be spiritually sey. Presentation of the Unit and daughter and Elmer Forsytheand Mr. and 1\ra. Polly of Ocala Went Mrs. Joyce Futch. Miss Elisabeth '
A fully staffed, and trained fed. ed Thank Offering of the wo- Billy Rodkey have returned dinner guests of Miss Mary Mott Terry and Binton Futch
men of the Mission. home from a brief business tripto and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott were business visitors In Jacksonville

The church is open daily for Connellsville Pa. Sunday. last Saturday.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke prayer and meditation. Mrs. Arnold Carlson was one Mrs. B. G. Miller of Jacksonville V. J. Rape of Gainesvlll was SERVICE STATION
visited her mother and brother visiting in Lawtey during the
of Hart'sfurniture
the prize winners at
I Rev. Lewis D. Haloes, Pastor Christian ChurchRev. Store Thursday night Mrs. Lottie Edwards and ,weekend. Mr. Rape Is one of the AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric WeUinjVaahlag

,. Harry a few days last week. teachers in Lawtey Junior High.
r r I having won the set of glasswareGRAHAM \ Greasing Tire, Tubo .a Batteries Are
".. The Heart of Town And In The Heart* J. B Dlton.. Pastor Claude Crosby visited his parents )Ira.. U A. Crosby Miss )IadelI. Sold oa BITJGKT PLAV.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crosby
10 a.m. Bible School. 11 a.m.. PHONE 147 FOR SERVICERIDE
of The People"A of Deland last weekend.
morning sermon subject "Mem ,
.- Mr. and Mrs. Barney Andrews
v ories. 8 p.m. evening worship
Southern Baptist Church For All Peoplesr and son of Lake City visited Mr. FI.OHID.GUE'IIOUNU BUSSES
subject: Act 20:32.: Prayer Meeting
-sr -_, By !Sirs. Jobs .:McKlaweyPvL and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and family .,<" SPEED S..YETC'OMt"ORT ECONOMY
j j fj fff r j f rj fj Wednesday
j j ijrj j r fjt r\r\ f r r fffj r ffr evening.
Morning Worship- 11:00: Happy Hour 8:00: Sunday afternoon. .. .
Otis N. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and' ro_..
McKinney enjoyed
Sunday School 9 4.f CHURCH OF CHRISTV. .. "
Training Colon 6:43 FLY the
LEARN TO Pay
a 15-day furlough with his par- daughter. Janet of Starke visitedMr. \ easy icay.
Midweek<<- Service Wednesday, 8:00 t'. :M. E. Jones. Minister ants Mr. and Mrs. John McKInney. and Mrs. O.V.. Barry Sunday *..r .... \you learn. Special charter trips and sightseeing / -\
r Everyone Is Invited'to attend He Is being transferred to San afternoon.
TWO MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES: !services of the Church of Christ Francisco. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Deese and I \ trips by appointment. Phone 117\

9.a.'J' "The First Boat Ride" -. 11:00: : "The Aught of Not" as follows: Mr. and Mrs Forest Reynolds children of Branford visited Mr.
Bible School 10 a.m.; Preaching of Jacksonville.were recent guest and Mrs. O. W. Barry last week. /144 Ut .

Evening Sermon at 8:00: "How God Works" 11 a.m., subject. "I Am Debtor"; of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F end.
r r v Evangelistic- service 8 p.m., sub T. Abernathy. Art her Kelly has returned home
"Visit The Church ject, "The Common Error of Hu- Mrs. Leon Wynn and children after spending an extended visit TRANSFER: AND
With The Visiting Pastor" about R 8 ALVAREZ &SON
dependableFIRE
manity. have returned to their home In in St. Petersburg and Wildwood. STORAGE CO.
Cairo. Ga. after a visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey
PENTECOSTAL: HOLINESS here. visited Mrs. R. A. Jordan in Jacksonville
INSURANCE local!
We operate
AVOID THE RUSH 10th St. and Temple Ave. Mas. Lizzie Surrency of Tampahas Wednesday afternoon.Mr. b
.. Sunday School 9.45: : a. m.; Morning been a recent guest of friends and Mrs. T.V, Markeyand ss:: losg dlataac
Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic and relatives here. Mrs. Hattie SowelU were in
Make Appointments N-O-W Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Starke Tuesday afternoon. _7 anywhere In TTA

welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Mike- Tilghman! EXCELLENTSTORAGE
For YOUR C'OSGRr.OATIOSAL1Ur.TIIOOIST and children of Gainesville were 511
Tel e vis ion Set CATHOLIC mCRCIl CHURCH dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns SS

Sunday Mass 9:15: a.m. Services every first and third S. M. Mott Sunday. -
Sunday School 11 a.m. Saturday night. Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and Agency 4q11, FACILITIES
... We are qualified to INSTALL and SERVICE Week Day Mass 8:30! am. nd Sunday night. 11 a.m. and children visited Mr. and Mrs. W. Phone IS 8TARKK.: FLA.
Television. dayBible 9 p.m. at Congregational Metho H. Hinton of Waldo during this 1 Agents For ..I -
Study is every Wednesday din Church on Brownlee Road. weekend.Mr DelcherBros. "
('ompl't.IIn..", of Stronlllf'r& Carlson, Bemllv. Em"I'IOII.aad .1 ] See us first!
at 7:45: : Rev. Ernest Griffls. pastor. and Mrs. Earnle Johnsonof
Sparton TV !Sri! will be available .....11. I Lake City visited' Mr. Dirt ....... Jter..entine .

I CHURCH OF GOD ciiritcii OF JESUS!" CHRIST 'Stokes Saturday. THC TRAVELERS. Hartford

Rev. I. S. Williams, Pastor OF LATTER DAY SAINTS I A large crowd of people<< attended --
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRADIO 8th &: St. Clair SU. The Church of Jesus Christ o! and enjoyed Missionary
Sunday School 10( a.m. Later. Day Saints will hold Sunday Baptist Revival which was held
< Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m school in the USO building!: last week.A .
TELEVISION: : SEAT; COVERSCourt
... Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m on Temple Avenue every Sunday number of people attended'
MaillHon: : St Starke, Flu.
Y. P. E Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30 p.m at 10 a.m. A cordial Invitation the Funeral of Representative
I: Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30( p.m is extended to all. Math Sapp of Lake Butler which

was held.at. Long. Bridge ChristianChurch
Monday morning..
J Mrs. O. E. McCauley and Miss

Oar II cAioice Willene McGauley of Palatka visited Ner.'er /I.U.Ieore You 7'.J:-}.
/s si/ner/ccrs cfto/ce... Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Green Sat
urday.
Malcolm Lewis was In Jacksonville .

on business Monday.
Charles L. Wiggins D. N, of A

the U. 8. Navy is spending a 30-
:!a-I day leave with his parents, Mr..

d .... and Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins.LAWTEY. 1 1 /

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Chevrolet the the power and that comes The Methodist Sunday School
]like best-it's car economy """ Picnic" last Thursday at Strlck-
likes best. So slick to with Chevrolet ownership. iSo "
America your land's Lake
Landing on Klngnlvy
hold] out for the best and get SEXTANT Deep South Cut
.. guns! Don't. accept a car that gives Kr. was a big success. At the noon
\\ ? '_ your' sure reward :cf:! !i-nmstehfd! hour a picnic dinner was served,
you leas. 4
driving satisfaction.Make America's There was plenty to eat and some! SI'ECiALS
I Surely, you'll agree it would bafoOl.'Mi choice your choice. Chops* for supper. Bathing was enjoyed Tuna I OkraI23C
/ to pass up all those years Chevrolet for the most beautiful by all who wished to take advantage i F H J SAT. **4A

ON THI Alft.1 and miles of driving pleasure buy of all! .'-;. of the refreshing water ol U (5. 12 13 rZ .
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CSS Two MITWOIKCkwh !....CBt......* David Browning Is spending this .'. Joe'S
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII. STARKE.! FLORIDA.
FRIDAY AUGUST 12. 1949
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study and social activities and Invites be one of the grandest
recreationsthat
Tommy V. Hicks
Wildlife Officers School At Camp BlandingWill parent to come with their any city or county could

LONG BRANCHBy children and remain for the study On Duty In Japan, have for their younger generationto

I Be Operated On A Permanent Basis be and fellowship of the claxs. It will Receives Promotion take part In, and I am sure
to have
a privilege
Mr*, .. I. Strickland Layman that no town with that sort of
I Spangler of Penney Farms as Pfc, Tommy V, Hicks, Route recreation would be a ghost town.
j ========== __ teacher this Sunday-a man of One. Box 231-A, Starke who recently If young and old would attend

MR. IIATTIE OSTEKN '4' 1 knowledge and experience in this became a member of the some good old Gospel revival they

We were saddened greatly August field. Heavy Mortar Co., 31st Infantry would have a good time, I am

3 by the death of a dear Everyone Is invited to come out Regiment of the famed 7th Infantrjr ->

t friend Mrs Hattie Osteen. She ._. .. and hear Rev. Post. at the morning Division at Camp Craw- sure.My answer Is to turn to the

I had been 111 for some time, steadily ... } hour. ford, Sapporo Japan, was recently Bible and to God and come out

i j growing worse. Monday night, ; ;: : -. promoted to the grade of.- Private from the world. For in John 3:16:
August I, she Buffered a complete .- ""- 1 First Class. If will read that
; .00 .. . we : "For God
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regained :; ,,- ..., POLITICAL
;
: paralytic stroke and never .-# "> r.o.:7" 0",," .Y Pfc. Hicks entered the Army so loved the world that lIe gave
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consciousness, passing ,-- .3C.:. : July 27. 1943, and after comple
>--J" ':7'" '- :: ANNOUNCEMENTS His only begotten Son, that whosoever -
away at 10 o'clock Wednesday i ting his initial training at Fort believed In him should not

morning. FOB CITY CLERKI Jackson S. C., he sailed from Fort perish but have everlasting life"

She l 18 well known by all, having hereby announce my candidacy Lnwton, Wash on November 1R, I hope all who read this will

lived In this section her entire for relectlon to the office of City 1918 on orders to Japan. Promptly take heed before it Is too late.
life. Her parents were the first h' i r r rJK Clerk of the City of Starke. 'HayIng after arriving ho was assignedto George W. Wells
In this section, as tho the 7th Cavalry Regiment in
settler
served the City In this capa- .. ,.
71 --
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Bells and Ootoens, her forepar- y city for the past several yearsI Tokyo, Japan. f i ::::

nts and her husband's fOrep&r.1 y! feel that the experience that I Before he entered the Army, I T: '
f ents were pioneers In r ; : '7 C have gained, will enable me to Pfc. Hicks attended the Starke ( t'l

f r.ranch settlement. They have con- "4k aI discharge the duties of this Important High School, and also the Gainesville : -r.RN H1 f
live the old home- *
{, hued to on office to the best Inter High School. )

ulcad ever SinN ests of the people of Starke. I ,'

Mra.[ Ostecn, who eves. 71 years am a life-long resident of the Cityof y / I

add at the time of her death, was Starke a taxpayer and my In- /g LETTERS r SOT

.1 n member of the Long Branch tire interests are located In "' 1 I
:Missionary Baptist Church and Starke. Since beginning my serviceas / a t k.r-, ) .

\' had bocn for many years. Sho City Clerk the duties of that ,L're HANKS TO ; j
:
+ ..:... .:. ._
joined the church and was bap office have Increased tremendously' '
tised by Rev. Samuel Godwin I but even with the increase the i I.fr\ I t GEM: JEWELRY

i while yet a young woman. She will I I 4L ; costs of operating the office has To the Editor: r ...t.: I

I be preatly: mimed by all. -L- been kept at a minimum.. Only
the letter to the
I read young
two daughters 1\IrR.j ..... ____...._. one additional person" has been
. She leaves ...,... -...., ..m."ro. ,. r-.W __ 'I people last 'week and I give my

Alice Lena" Mosley Mosley, Maxville Jacksonville, and; Mrs one Camp Blanding< where soldiers L.TW KNFOKCKMENT: : IN one of the most Importa it phases of Instruction at the Blending. school, and employed Your vote In the and office.active support many thanks to the City of Starke i

son, Albert Osteen, Maxville; two were once trained to take life In In lie photo above MulloryVcl<'h (far left) tells nx-jnlHTH about Illegal (le\lern, such as .IhN hoop lII"t. will be greatly appreciated on and its Mayor for closing the

Mrs' Victoria Mos the most efficient manner, Is now which rout from !$23) tu V35! to September 13th. round and square dances.The .
slaters, Mary
ley. and Mrs. Georgia Harris, both being used for a vastly different -Carl Johns question was asked: "Whai WATCH I REPAIR i
of Maxville; 13 grandchildren and purpose-to train Florida Wildlife have you planned for the young
19 f\fl\ prnndch'ldren.' Officers to preserve and conserve FOR CITY CLERK people of the county to do?''
held life 110 this stale will continue to I will be a Candidate for the I would like to answer that
Funeral services were hAve an abundance of game and<.l snake'I office of City Clerk of Starke Ir question, If I may. There' is a SERVICEIf
afternoon In the Long
Sunday fresh water flan for years to the City Election of September service of Youth for Christ meetings -
Branch Baptist Church with Rev.
Knight officiating. Interment come. ; 13, 1910. going on ..every Saturday
Percy One 30-day course at the new I need the position! and will night. If the parents would attend I
In Branch Ceme
was Long school on ,the Blanding reservation be grateful for your encourage- them and encourage their jm sifts cull tilt' It still u,: I'' .

tery. has already been completed, rov .,' ment and support and as I am boys and girls to do the same, t
,, around.
D. banf m !
and the second began August 1 49 no politician I will truly need they would know where. they are
was back at Clay
Lr Harry Sapp with 23 officer enrolled At the your help.I and know that they are not roam- Wind. "ma regularly! i
houses
Hill wiring so
; Tuesday of have end of the present class the school promise you faithful efficient ing the streets and getting Into D.,,', .*.*! ae apt
Home of the rest us can
(.i} electric lights lie was to be here will be closed until after the hunt- and courteous service. trouble. D.,,',wear_whtn wathlnsl
'; Ing season, as all personnel of the -Leslie Biggs Yes, I believe that It would be I
4
. :Monday, but his uncle died Saturday R.peir"my .broken cryitallfr I
to close the shows
Commission will be needed through good picture I
and the funeral was Monday I" I 1.._l and.Ilina,foal
< cbanlng
I and a large building to
that time. The school will be re FOR !MAYOR sponsor
: Clay Hill school will begin Aug.
20. Mr. Maxwell will be on duty opened next March however, and I wish to announce that I will I worship God in. I think that would AUTHOKUID !
will continue on a permanent baa be a candidate to succeed myself ,
and Mr. Nash and Miss
the 15th support of all citizens who are
". Wood the 23th.Mr. I li, with "refresher" courses for as Mayor In the City Election of interested In progressive and eco- DISTRIBUTOR
Florida's 200 wild life officers, Sept. 13. In announcing my can-
and Mrs Terrell Mickey nomical administration of our city
called on Dad and Mom Strick and instruction for new officers didacy for re-election, I assure government.
and replacement the voters that I will continue my '
: land Saturday: evening. -Ceo, B. Flynn
has The well-trained wild life officer efforts to give the people of
Mrs. Jack Wilkinson returned ,,: :
home from Starke where should perform the same' function yHt. I Starke a fair and Impartial ad- I

' she has been living for some In his field that a county agent HOW TO SAVE stranded flail IH another thing that conservation officers need to know, and Welch l is ministration in the future, just W.C.T.U.WHICH lay

time. She has been having such \ill does In agricultural work. In the seen above Kiting a ilemoiiHiruiloii of approved m-thoiln along the Short of Klngnley Lake -- Photos las' I have done'in the past. I appreciate G

V health her condition called for opinion of Ben L. McLauchlln, director Courtesy Jacksonville Journal. your electing me to this
; the constant care of a doctor, of the Wild Life Officers- office for the unexpired term of MAN IS FREE-THE
therefore the family moved to Training School In the permanent H. C. Wall and now I hopo that NOBLEMAN WHO LIES JI VNI( I
Starke, We are very glad that she program at Blanding. wild life officer, Fifth Conservation I Musical Aptitude program consisted of several dance you will do me the honor of elect- ON A LUXURIOUS COUCH OR

has recovered to be District lectured and demon I mixers and social games. For Ing me for a full term. Sincerely, THE YOUNG SLAVE WHO ........ --.J
sufficiently return \VI} want each man to more
Test To Be Given
: home. atrated on Illegal fishing devices : many of the scouts this was the -Jake P, Roberta STANDS! SOBER NEARBY T' ?' 1 Authorized
Starke's
than said Mo Only
a pollceofflcer,
and fish rescue work on the day first formal dance of.their lives. CIIRYSOSTOM
Sit. and Mrs Leonard Strick "and In school At BHS August 24.
Lauehlln
our they
'I Dealer
, the school was visited. Amopg the Mrs L. A. Canova, Mrs. T. F FOR [MAYORI Jiulova
( land In these
were seen
part are being taught legal procedure,
devices covered fish of Landrum and Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Saturday were traps All students Interested In play wish to announce that I wily -
fish wild life
management management -
Jim Strickland and Fred Langare and various kinds, hoop nets, pocket ing In the High School Band will DuPre assisted the troop leader be a candidate for Mayor of
conservation
,
reparlng some of the buildings education of the public, In addition through nets, and drag seines. be given a "Musical Aptitude Mrs. Marian Carney, with ar- Starke. I promise my fellow cit Buy Your Insurance at Charley E. __ 1

on their farms. Ours really to law enforcement" Use of the drag net was shownIn Test" at the High School Band rangements for the dance. izena a fair and Impartial administration Johns Agency and Receive Your jl

need repairing, but It seems Impossible C' the demonstration of fish rescue, Room on Wednesday August 21 ,I I and an earnest Interest .
to lumber which Is employed In transfer The test Is to be given by one On Monday August 8, the In the welfare of our CityI '
buy or materials
The school I 101 modeled that of
for repairs. And we thoughtwe on from low or dried-up streams to of the largest music stores In : scouts opposed their parents In ask each of you for your vote APPRECIATION DAY TICKETS
said to be
of thecountry's
Pennsylvania
could repair these buildings one other bodies of water. the South and the representative ,a Softball game. Only the scout and support and will appreclatt
I
when the war was over Maybe foremost. The course includes Much of the course is devoted to will be on hand to conduct the 'who had parents In the game! your efforts in my behalf. Thanking -
it Isn't over yet! such widely divergent subdivisions law enforcement and the formation test and assist the band director :i 1'played on the team. It was a you, You can also receive ticketsby
II as self-defense lifesaving of a road block, flagging of In examining the students who clone match with the final score -J. R. (Nookle) Wainwright
practical sketching, publu. being 22-20 In the scouts' favor, paying'your account.
vehicles, and searching from hood show Interest and good grades.It I
Legion; Post Plans I speaking public relations, and radio lo hubcap were demonstrated Attorneys Is hoped by Carl Roberts, High and that is with some of the dad FOR CHIEF OF. POLICEI

Chicken SupperJoneaLangfordWhlte communication. lecture the men on proper School Band master, that all sixth, playing too! The proceeds of the hereby announce to the people i
I Biology forms a major part of court procedure. Investigations, seventh eighth and ninth grade game will help the girls buy need-,' of Starke my candidacy foi 5

Post No. the curriculum at the school and and the understandings of legal students will b.. Interested In the ed equipment the office of Chief of Police. Your

56, The American Legion, will Dr. B B. Leavitt of the department terms. band this year and that many The Scouts had their regular vote and support will be greatly
hold a Chicken Supper at the Legion of biology. University of from these classes will be present meetings on Monday and Wednes appreciated. Charley E. JohnsGENERAL

Hall In Starke next Tuesday Florida la one of Its faculty mem As soon as all the state's officers to participate in this test day. -Earl F Miles

night, August 16, at 7:00: o'clock. bers. are trained, 'the school will be operated This Musical Aptitude Tent is

All Bradford County Veterans and Ross Allen, Sliver Springs her- mainly on a refresher basis given through the cooperation of Sheriff Gets Letter FOR CIIiEF OF POLICEI INSURANCEPhone

their wives are cordially Invitedto pltologlst, also Is a member of thu Except during hunting season, operation the Public School authorities and hereby announce my candidacy '
attend this affair as guests Faculty and teaches reptiles study. will be contlnous. Is not Intended to show how anyone's Of CommendationFrom for election to the office of Chiefof 13 Starke Fla.'j6cii .

of the Legion. Field trips to Silver Springs supplement Strict discipline Is maintainedand I. Q. Is but rather jt servesto GovernorSheriff Police of the City of Starke.
Uncle Ott and his Florida Troubadours his lectures at the camp. classes are scheduled for six show the natural ability In a Having served on the police force . -' '''-

will also be on hand to Most of the instructors, however, days a week. Reveille Is at 6:30: student In order that the band- P. D. Reddish has received for several years. I feel that the

play for a dance following the come from the rank. of the wildlife a.m., followed by calisthenics and master will know the weak and a letter from Cavern. experience that I have gained will '

supper weather' permitting.It officers, themselves, and some breakfast; lunch I Is at noon, supper strong points and be better Informed I Fuller Warren commending him on enable me to discharge the ,dutiesof DRUG STORE
was emphasized that the :TO are being chosen for their familiarity at 3:3O: Classes and study as to what to develop In I his handling of the Silcox murder this Important office to the
Legion was sponsoring this sup with various practical periods are scheduled for most each student.All case. best Interests of the people of
per for veterans and their wives subjects.Mullory. Starke. I have been a resident
and that there would be no charge I C evenings. students participating in Dated August 2, the letter reads: of the City of Starke for 39
The this test will be started I "Dear Sheriff; One of my spe DRUGS
for those men are quartered in the off together and CUT RATE
attending. a taxpayer. Your vote
\\rhh! amlstant .'hlcfFISIIEKMKN
years,
National Guard area of the cam In a separate class and Investigators J. J. Elliott, has active support will be
They sleep In a permanent barracks '- Mr. Roberts hopes to add to the spoken very highly of the assistance 13.
preciated on September
: If you want the limit and, a real day's outing building near Kingsley Lake regular band from this group, I that you rendered In the -Ben C. Holtzendorf
try the "Airlift "Sortlce"" of the Florida Aviation Academy, and study and eat in two mesa thus having a larger band. apprehension of the murderers In

at the Keystone Ranch and, Airpark Our "Airlift -r\lce" halls nearby !Much has been accomplished by the slaying of Mr. Silcox of Starke. FOIL CHIEF OF POLICEI Prescriptions Called For And Delivered

open up new territory for the fisherman. Inaccessible Virgin the use of this test In the public "Your work Is a typical example hereby make announce-

lakes are nlihlii a few minutes by Seaplane.. We furnish the Funeral MondayFor schools throughout the nation and of the highest type of law enforcement ment to succeed myself my as Chletof PHONE 5$ -
State of Florida,
the
Setplune' pilot, and "|x><-lul boat, take you there sad return It Is largely responsible for the in Police of the City of Starke.
M. J. and I want to commend for
Sapp you
for you. larger and finer bands in the and I will greatly appreciate the

XrYlllollt'Irlllll'k| U the most complete recreational. renter Native Of BradfordUnion high schools today. ed your In effort.bringing which this materially case to a solu aid- vote and support of each and every FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS

In the country Hotel lounge and rare; two lak,.-. and. swimming tion." citizen in our towns I have served
County RepresentativeMathew Girl Scouts Back you for 23 as a member of
.b ....h. A years
government approved' mhool the Florida i
Reddish has received
J. Sapp, 68. a native of Sheriff a
police force two of these
your
.Aviation Academy offer 1'ilva.te., ..umll1'.I litl. Flight In. Bradford County, died, Saturday From Camping TripThe similar letter from Congressman I years as chief, and have endeavored 25 Percent Off Thermos Jugs!

structor Seaplane andlulti..ngln.! ratlngH.Lorated it his home one mile east of Lake Charlie Bennett.Rotarians I to help every man, woman, on
.between' Slarke and Key-tone heights Drop| In and Butler. He was a farmer and was local Girl Scouts have enjoyed and child In our town at all times

we ns ask for Boy II. Browning. elected to the State House of an eventful week. From CompeteIn be It day or night when I was

1 KEYSTONE \NCI1 AND AlKPiKK Representatives from Union County August 1 through the fourth, they called I reported to you. It mightnot FLASH LIGHTS (COMPLETE: ) 98c
spent on a camping trip withheadquarters Oratory Contest
for the 1919-30
teim.
Box C, Keystone Heights, ..,... I'h. Keystone No. U be possible for me to see
}, e Rep. Sapp was a native of the In Mrs. Ruby Johns'cottage each and every one personally
A. L. Crosby, Jr. won an oratorical
on Snnte Fe Lake.
New River Section and was the but should I miss I still will
you
son of the late Ben J, and Susan Activities during the week Included I Wednesday derby with at the a Rotary three-minute Club appreciate your vote.SIn..erely Dr. West Toothbrush & Powder

Plnholster Sapp. He was a mem- water sports!, games, hikes yours,
"The Joys of a National -
speech on
ber of the Long Bridge Christian arts and crafts out of nature's W. E. (Ebb) Thornton

Church. materials and' choral speech. presented Guard with Encampment"a white dress, He shirt wan Reg. $1.10 val NOW 89c
FORNCiTY 'COUNCILI -
EFFICIENTThis He was educated in the Long Awards based on a point system, I aa an award for his "silver
Bridge and Starke public schools were presented to outstanding hereby announce my candidacy
tongued oratory".
.and later attended Georgia Normal scouts. The following girls received I ifor[. re-election, as City Councilman. -
A Business Institute in Abbeville recognition: Best Camper- I The program was in charge of I: I promise to continue to devote $1.0O. ,DRENE SHAMPOO 79c

funeral home is dedicated to. Ua. He was married to Miss Mar- Florence Brown: Swimming and<.l ,T. H. Slade, who announced the I my full time and efforts to
tan Richard of Lake .best cook-Patsy Kucera Games- contest and assigned topics to
Butler In ; I the betterment of Starke and I Its $1.00 PRELL
reliable service. There are no bound 1917. Mary Sue Epperson; Arts and ;six members of the club allowingeach citizens Your vote and support SHAMPOO - 79c

Besides his widow he I Is survivedby Ccafts-Margaret Rose Duncan; three minutes to get hU will be appreciated.
ary lines to the territory we are always four daughters, Mrs. Norman Best Housekeeper-Barbara' Col ley; : message across Other speakers 60c ALKA SELTZER .
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49c
serve.DeWITT H Wiggins, Jacksonville; Mr*. Personal Neatness- Joann Slade. Included A. J. Thomas. Jr., T K. FOR CITY COUNCIL -
ready to 'James VV Norman. Columbus, Ca.; Wednesday night a Parent's McCIan, Jr., Lex Green Ron O. I As a citizen of the City of

MrsPercy\ L. Dukes and Miss Program was presented consistingof Davis Dr. A. Y. Covuigton .and Starke I am announcing my candidacy 70c SAL HEPATICA Sic

C. JONESPhone Judy Sapp, both of Lake Butler; camp songs, choral speech, presentation Harmon P. Morgan.Presbyterian I for member of the City

one son. Jack Sapp, Raiford; one of awards, and a mystery I I Council in the City Election of

7 Starke, Fla. brother, Ethan A. Sapp, New River program. Refreshments were ; Church :Sept. 13, 1949. Mv; candidacy Is 75c BAYER ASPIRIN -' S9c
; three) sisters, Mrs. Jim Mott served. I ',based on striving to make Starke

Brooker; Mrs. Robert Bardin Assisting Mrs Marian Carney, Rev. Clarence Post of Penney a larger and more prosperoustown
Funeral Director Ambulance Service Canal Point; Mr.. A. D. Connor, troop leader, on the trip was Miss Farm. will be the visiting minister and also a cleaner and 75c LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC 69c

Out ideal funerst borne enables us to offer convenience and Fort Pierce; and six grandchil Oleeta Green., Miss Creen has accepted at the 11 a.m. Morning Worship more decent place In which to
dren. the assistant-leadership of In the First Presbyterian live. Your vote and support will
services not otherwise available. Prophylactic Hair
Funeral services were conducted the troop for the coming year. Church this Sunday. There will be sincerely appreciated. Thanks! Brushes - $1.00A

-- .. ... Monday morning at 11 o'clock In be special music by the young -W. T. (Billy! ) Jackson
the Long Bridge Christian Church Friday, night. August 5, the Girl ladles choir under the directionof
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",r* fxn te. the hffhest" type service at lowest prices and with Rev. Fred Dodd officiating. Scouts and their escorts enjoyed Miss Louise Stern. FOR CITY COUNCILI Of Bahy Fond

l teepG Attf W* insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY Interment was In Dekl. Cemetery a formal dance held at the Wom Sunday School at V.43: with ,wish to announce that I will And
M payment la part or In full on a funeral. Lake Butler with Wilson Funeral Baby Items
drttayC. /; an's Club. classes for all ages. The Friendship be a candidate for City CouncilIn
a..JtaUon carries no obligation. Home, Lake City In charge of arrangements. The hall was decorated with Class for men and women the forthcoming City

... potted palm tree. and gladioli. The continues 1U tine program of Sept. 13. I solicit the EI8etlOn'l) ... -- .'r 0








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