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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 19, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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County Includes Drainage \Wells 34 CandidatesFor Tornado Squad SCO New Voters' | Bridge! ContractsFor I Council Service AgreesTo Houses All County Schools To Open MondayFor




In Final Version Of New Budget; I Report Thirty-four To boys Hobbs reported to Register For City Road 225 I If R.Conditions A Oreen appeared Met before First Time Simultaneously;



Millage Up Slightly Over 1948 LevyBradford I Coach football the Jimmy practice'preliminary Hobbs this week for conditioning early and fall began Election, Sept. 13A : Will be Let Soon City that on Council In water a building Tuesday and' lights of and his bo on requested 'West turned Enrollment Will Pass 3,000 Mark


process. Call St. next door to the American -

County's budget for Those reporting and the position rcccvd vote Is forecast for Sen. Charley E. Johns and Rep.J Legion/ Home, stating that a An of morn than 3,00'')
army
1949-50 as finally adopted by the Maurice EdwardsTo i' played are: Mal'VlnVarTen* lit, the City Election, Tuesday Sep. i P. Roberta have been advisedby faulty had moved into the place Pecan Growers students and 100 instructor personnel -
Board of County Commissioner Tom McClane, rh; Donald Bennett, expecting the lights and water to
Be Awarded tember 13, with approximately 500 A. A. McKethnn 1 chairman of Will Get Ballots will converge! on BradfordCountY'1I
in qb Bunt Crews, be turned After discussionof
a special meeting here last Saturday ; qb; Leslie Phil- on. a

morning provides for expenditures High FFA Degree lips, e; Earl Norman, c; Geno j new voter added to the city's I the State Rond Department, that : same by the Council and Mr. This WeekendPecan colored schools seven next white and eight
Monday as
of $199,742.05. The new Shaw g; Vernon Reddish e; Ken ,I qualified list of electors: during the department will advertise for Green, a motion was made by L the 1010-50:

figure la $38.584.0.1 higher than Maurice Edwards Jr., of Starke neth Johns c; Glen Conner, Ih; I I the registration period that ended I bids and let to contract on August I'I'I O Hazen that lights! and water be growers and shippers will under term officially gets

last year's budgeted total of $161- Is among the six Florida FutureFarmer. Joe Frith, rh; Edward Massey, e; II last Saturday. The new addition 26 the following project In Bradford turned on In the house ami would I receive Information this weekend It Is way.the first time, probably 1 In

158 00.The. named to receive the Wiley Coley e; Edward Parker, t; I i! County! be left on for a period of 1)0) ) days announcing a referendum on IIPropoK' the
of the all
bring; the total number qualifiedon history county, that
American Farmer Degree at the John Douglas David e Wallace but In the event that Mr. Green -
; :
I
budget, as finally adopted, "Job 2811-102 ,j Marketing/ Agreementand
schools have
I drainage ..tI'UCI opened simultaneously
22nd annual FFA National Convention Whiting. e; Ronald Andrews, t : the city book clone to 1,3001 failed to brickvcneer the building Order
likewise ahowed Increase of ; proralfur
an j | lures on Road 22. between Road / pecans on the same date Heretofore
$34,983.36 over the estimated total to be held In Kansas City, Delano Thomas, e; Billy Weldon, an all time high. j 100 and a point North." I' as permit stated, services wouldbe grown In I the southeastern states, rural schools have opened In

of $164,757.49 advertised by the Mo., October 1013. g; Charles Cooley, t; Clayton Two new entries were made III 'This job Includes the long I bridge discontinued l and further that County Agent T. IC. McClane announced July and August to permit students -

Commissioners In July. The American Farmer Degree Strickland, Ih; Carl Lamar Johns, the City Council nice this week, I across Wateroak just north of I he could not expect any water and. today.' Included In the to be free from classrooms
highest award made the fb; Charles Hutchinson fb J. T. light service In additional. build- letter
by organ ; making a total of five contenders will he a ballot which the
The budget In Its final form willS the O. L Sapp farm, and a shorter In time to help with the spring
require a levy of 15.60 mills which Ization Is given to Future Farmers 3revatt, rh; Jack Eaves, t; Ovid for the two seats to be filled In bridge between the Rufus Alvarez lings( until such time as. buildings producer will\ mark and mall back harvesting of fruits. and vege
who have achieved distinc- Bennett c; Jack Hazen Ralph were completed The inotlftn vlu&4seconded to the
qb; the forthcoming election. I I Department of Agriculture.
Includes a 1.75 mill levy for the and Rodman Reddish places.Work tables. On the other hand, Starke
tion In supervised farming pro- Davis rh; William Fowler, e; M. by P. I. Bridges and carried All growers who receive ballotare
a
new county jail building fund W. 1\! Edwards, familiar figure :- I: Is at a standstill on Road school has customarily opened on
and for high ratings In Ratliff g; Bobby Dyal, t; Markleolauleraon by unanimous vote of the
grams urged to vote.
Last year's levy was 14.125 mills In city politics for manyyeats 223 nt the present time as wet the first Monday In September.
Without the Jail levy of 1.75 scholarship, leadership and farm fb; Billy Booth g; announced his candidacy for I''weather forced the contractor to council.: Extra ballots are available at The August 22 opening date

mills citizenship.The Dolph Reddish, mgr. the Council did R. J. A request was received from, W the County Agent's office and can
the levy for general operatIng as (Romey) move his equipment on to another was decided upon by the School

expenses would be 13.85 01 degrees are given only to - Andrews, well-known local barber. job. but It Is expected that work S. Melson and F. L. Durshtmer to be secured by any pecan groweror Board several months ago as a

.275 less than last year's 14.125 FFA members who have been out I Mr. Edwards has nerved a total will be resumed as soon as. weather remove two oak trees on Nona shipper by calling at the County compromise that would enable, the

of high school at least one year New SwitchboardTo of It years on the Council, tt conditions permit. i Street advising that same were Agent's/ office. Growers who county school system to obtain tha

total.New Items of expenditure Included and are showing evidence of be- years of that time as chairman,, hazardous to their homes'! Council do not receive a ballot prior to highly desirable (from an admin

coming successfully established III agreed to do same as .soon as Saturday August 20, are requested
pos.slble. istrative standpoint) objective of
in the final version of the With next Tuesday the deadline' Funeral Today .
farming. ServiceSaturday :'I and urged to obtain a ballot
budget, but not In the July estimated Speed for qualifying: as a candidate for having a uniform opening and
budget 'are a proposed $2. The Degree carries with it a any city office, the ticket so far:, For Mrs. DuncanFuneral P. M Barefoot appeared! before and vote. All persons growing/ I'loHlndll/ to for all schools In the

S 500 for the sinking of drainage gold key and certificate, and a IK as follows: Council requesting that the city pecans for sale are eligible to county. The new plan has not
cash award of $23. Some 237 midnight will mark a services for Mrs. ROHU the full of vote In the referendum. met with organized l-
wells in Sampson Lnke, and $600 For Mayor: J. p. Roberts, Incumbent ,pay amount. paving pioJects : any / opposition
for the Chamber of Commerce. farm boys from throughout the significant milestone in the pro ; and J. R. (Nookle) C. Duncan 71, will be held In the to be> placed arounil, the on the part of the public.

Notable Increases In the final nation will receive the awards at gress of telephone service here Wainwrlght. Lake Butler Methodist Church I I school house. He also stated that Duck HuntersVs. The Starke School will open
the national meet. ho understood It was a practiceoth..r with an $37,063.83 construction
budget as compared with the estimated !- when the Starke Telephone Co., For City Clerk: Carl Johns, Incumbent Friday: afternoon at 4 o'clock.
of but the
municipalities to pay Hut program underway new
version are: cuts in Its Rev. Fred Martin of Winter Haven
new Kiree-posltlon 800. : and K. Leslie Biggs. full amount nnd not make asHe.R- iiilldlngs will not be completed In

Maintenance of county jail from, Mine Permanent line Junior Master Built Kellogg For City Council: P. 1... Bridges, will be the officiating mlnlnter. mont against adjoining property. Fishermen time to relieve congestion that Is

$250 to $430; switchboard Incumbent: W. T, <(
Care of tubercular patients In The new switchboard Is described : Geo. B. Flynn, W M. Edwards Wednesday. night In St. Joneph's write a number of municipalitiesto Increasing enrollment at BHS

state sanitarium: $1.000 to $5.000; Rotarians Told"We're as the most modern obtainableand and R. J. Andrews.For Hospital. Savannah On, after an obtain Information as to what Duck hunters and fishermen will every fall.

Bradford County Health Depart will make possible an estimated Chief of Police: W. E. illness of Home tIme She was the manner they handled paving of have It "round and around" at a It Is expected that three elemen-

ment. $3,200 to $1,000; speed-up of 60 percent in Thornton Incumbent; Earl F. widow of the late L A. Duncan of streets. meeting to be held In the Keystone ary classrooms (for first grad-

Salaries of road maintenance here to stay" TremainF service. The company plans to Miles, and Ben C. Holtzpndorf. Lake Butler I Heights Woman's Club eras will be set up temporarily

crew: $18,016 to $20,000; Robinson of the public rein- do away with all old-style "crank"' Mrs.' Duncan la survived by two building/ Friday night August 19 In the USD'! building ,until the new

Purchase of rights of way for Ions department, E. I. duPont de phones In the city and Install new Corn Contest To Be daughters Mrs. Garland. rRrn lI. |i Pitcher Trouble at 8 o'clock.Question elementary building (providing
for debate will be four classrooms Is. .
proposed new highways: $1,500 to new ) completd.
Jemours & Co., Inc., Wilmington, common battery sets, possibly i I I Savannah' Gil.; Mrs. Rosa Adams,
$2,500: ; !' Judged Next Week / whether or not motor boats will .
Delaware, told Rotarians hero within the next 30 days or as' Neptune Beach; three sons 1... A. |
Hospital I I l baa i ,prohibited on Levy's Prairie It. Workshop classes will be held
expenses Indigent: $3,
Wednesday.In soon as the old equipment can be |, Duncan High Springs; T. E Dun- Hampers LionsA '
819 to $4,18067. j Teams have been selected fo.' | northwest Putnam County during In the "bus barn" near the SAL
a brief talk following the Rotary taken out and the new put in. ran, Gainesville; and K:, G. Duncan -
duck
Expenditure for the proposed judging/ corn of farmers who have !' season this year.It depot until the new cafeteria
luncheon, Mr. Robinson, whoIs With the new equipment theInterval Starke; one sister Mrs. Clara
new county jail was listed at seems that dui-k hunters In building. also under way Is finished -
$10- paying his first visit to the between picking up the entered the corn contest sponsored Jones Macrlonny; and two broth- I "depleted". Stance I.Ions team
635 In the estimated budget, and this area' are Interested. In banning When the cafeteria moves
ompany's ilmenlte mine east of receiver and getting the number by the Bradford Farm Bureau era, C H. Drlgrers and O. C. < journeyed to Callahan Sunday. aft
563.S2rt.2i in the final / the motors while of into the new building, the workshop
version. Dome
Starke, stated that it l is du Pont's you call should be only ten seconds :, The Judging will take place next Drlggrrs, both of Lake Butler, |ernoon and lost Its league game of the
However, it Is explained that this 'I fishermen who use Levy'sPrairie will be set up in the wing
intention to make the Trail Ridge It is said. It provides '-for| week' and winners will be Interment will be in Doklc the week by a scum of 11-3. With
was an error in the estimated an-I' a great deal are .Just .,!asVociferously ., of the high school building nowOcctmpied'
of his
mine ,its permanent domestic automatic..ringingwhich mean nounced. Cemeterywith arrangements none four regular pitcherson '
j unf : / of
budget, as It Is to budget advocating that tmrfr, by the cafeUrla.
necessary < source of supply of Ilmenlte, the that the signal at the other end I Approximately $500 In prize charge of DeWItt C. Jones 1. 'dr'1k. Manager Buddy, Bishop| "happy
for tha full) amount of the jail fishing giound' bo lerto".n When that present conatru..Uonrmgram
mineral that Is now used chiefly of the line continues to ring at money Is. bring offered for the body will lie In state at the churchan left the mound assignment. In the for
_ cost If that amount is to be use .of motors.Quite Is completed, Stark4
spent ae a white paint pigment.He Intervals until someone answersor bent yield of corn In Bradford hour before funeral services 'willing but unnriMiHtomed hands, of
during the fiscal a controversy has school! will have a plant valued at
breakdown of year.A the new mill- said that some Ilmenlte Is until__u___ .von_ u _renlnea_. _.__ the_n_ receiver_ __ _. County. begin I Jim Pavld, who was relieved III ed. this Issue at two previous developed $6:10.116383.: The three projectsnnw .

ages, as compared with last year'sare till being obtained from India. on the hook. The operator Is relieved -- - the .eighth Inning by JeromnJohns meetings of the Game & Flesh. under way and their estimated .

as follows: which was the chief source of supply of the Job of having to Water Fish. Commission with the i costs. are: four elementary

lois 1849Gen. before the war, but emphasized ring the signal manually.The i i Farmers' Home Loans Must Be Administered Callahan' made a field.. fill V of lesult that It has been decided. to '(flussrooms $33,081.50; cafeteria

Fund 5 75 4.9 I the fact that Internal conditions local company now has 318 : To Result In Improvement To Propertiesas I this. opportunity, to score a win make a thorough Inv..tlRlltlon'ot. $38,81000/ / ; and concrete bleachers

Fine & Forf. 1.25 3.0 being as they are In that country, phones Installed In Starke, and Its first In the second' half of the mutter anal all Interested persons for athletic field. $11,76933.

Agrl. .50/ .50 "you never know which way the employs a total of seven op..rators ', When Congress appropriated others, Is available and must league. piIlY.ThIHH.IIlY. are Invited to attend the intimate aim Is for 10 more ele-

Road cnt will Jump". It Is therefore two to A shift from 8 am night of last week the meeting. classrooms (In addition
& Bridge :523\ 4.3 funds for operating loans to farmers he fully utilized by our borrowers, tonight ( Friday) at Keystone mnntury
Seiv. Officer ,313.4 highly desirable for the duPont to 10 p.m. I I I through the Farmers Homei he said Lions ol
Hospital 1.00 .73 company to have a dependable Among other Improvements ,,i Administration this fiscal year If the of majority 3-1 win over n handicappi-d, Mc- A"IIIVf'HllgllthlJ( "onunltt..efrom the new site recently acquired by
operation a
Jail 1.75 domestic source to supply Its cable has been laid for three toll :| beginning July 1, it was made unmistakably IntOHh team on the Starke fieldkiwin the llnmn & Frt'lIl1'lItl'r the School Board.National .
of the tenant applicants: are to beimproved ( for Starke' allowed but.
needs. circuits to the State Prison( Farm Fish Commission will bw
--- clear that the agency present
Total 14.125 15.60 Mr. Itoblnson stated that there and these will be placed Into service -I'I must administer those funds in a must substantially be reached, an between understanding thiue hits while the lorn In obtained tn referee this "buttle. of the r..n- Guard

The Item for will be a temporary shutdown at ,with the to the five from Mcintosh pil1'h..rWebb. tory
the changeover
Chamber of manner that will result in substantial
Inn tenant, the and the
I I landlord The Mclntnuh team was And Robbins Play
the
mine while
during September
switchboard
Commerce new I
was placed In the per Saturday night. Improvements In the farm and FHA concerning Impiovemenls to

manent budget at the request ofa additional new equipment is Installed It will then be possible to make home operations of borrowers i be r.iade In farm practices, and badly undermanned since most of Life-Saving And For 2nd Half Honors '
to with hard and Its regular( lineup waN unable to
large cope pan toll calls directly to the Farm.
delegation of Starke busInessmen I says H. Deal, county supervisor how they will be financed and the
who appeared before the ancient burled trees, two unfor- Heretofore, a toll call would follow for Bradford, Clay Duval Union benefits distributed.., SupervisorDeal participate. In thin K"me.Tup..tlay Swimming Classes Biggs. & Baker forfeited to National

Board Saturday morning and requested reen factors that have caused a circuitous route from Starketo ; St. Johns and Nassau counties.In said. night on the hum field. Begin At Kingsley Guard In the City Softball

this support which had complications In the dredging operation Gainesville to Lake City to a policy statement to State the Lions lost 8-1 to the Gainesville League/ last Friday night becauseIt

been omitted from the estimated and have kept production Lake Butler to State Farm. Director Texada Administrator The State Director declared that I Merchants. SuffI'lnplh'h..r! / Jack Trawlck, water safety couldn't field a team.
from present borrowers who have not trouble again Jim Rogers (short-
reaching the anticipated
budget. i Dillard B. Lasseter emphasized chairman of Bradford County Hed National Guard chalked up two
When these made substantial progress. In Improving stop) handled, the assignment. for
The businessmen also spoke In quota. problems are I Another Veterans that the credit and supervisory Cross announces. that swimming more wins by defeating Coca-
their farm and home the I.lons, while for
operations Young
licked he said It Is that pitched
favor of Increased funds for the possible service of the program must promote and junior life saving tourHea got Cola' tl-8 last Friday, and winning
Health Department which It was the mine will yield the expected Agriculture Class the kind of agriculture that must not be given fur Qalnesvlll underway at Strlikland's Landing 5.2 from Alvarez Monday nightConsequientiy
ther assistance unless the necessary Thursday night the Lions
played
pointed out is performing a wonderful 100,000 tons of'ilmenite annually.Bob To Be should he perpetuated State Director Monday afternoon. the Guardsmen will
OrganizedIt adjustments! and Improvements a league here. with Green
InterestIng game
,
service for citizens In all) Metzger gave an I Texada said that regulations The life saving/ class with Chares play Rubhlns tonight (Friday) for
the convention of are planned with them and Cove but the score ,was not known
parts of the county. report on has been announced that another :> have been revised to Implement Mount/, us Instructor and Hon championship of the second half
A. L. Crosby, Jr.. Rotary International which he recently I there Is reasonable assurance that at press time. r>.avls This the Starke
County Super this policy. Fundamental assisting/ begins at 4pm. Saturday night
attended In New York Veteran's Agriculture Class they will carry out the plans. The locals, will have this Sunday
City I
visor of Registration appeared I' adjustments mirli as. the uppllea- This course should b" concluded, bv All-Stars will play m\| return game
will be started here the first of oft and resume activities next
before the Board and read House tion of basin soil treatment establishing Annual loans will be made onlyto tho end I of the work About 13 with Luke Butler there

Bill No. 833 which provides for a 200 Guests Enjoy October or November In order | Improved pastures fencing.obtaining those eligible applicants who Tuesday night with II home game people are participating'
the Chunh All
against league
re-registration of the voters of I I Legion Supper-Dance to do this It l la necessary to have ] or improving foundation sre conducting/ family-type farmIng Stars of Jacksonville, Mr. Trawlck, assisted by Comer Church Youth GroupsTo

Bradford County and making all about 10 or 12 trainees enrolled.If livestock, using Improved varieties operations of a satisfactory Perrynmn, holds. the swimming

registrations heretofore null and Jones-Langford-Whlte Post No. there are any veterans In the I j of need adequate fertilizationof nature and who need annual Next Thursday night the Lions class\ at 5 o'clock. So far :20 per- Sponsor Outing
return with the
play a
void. He was advised that while 56, American Legion, was host to county, operating farms, and who '! crops and pest control measures this credit to continue their operations Gainesville Merchants game on the soils have been attending this An afternoon of recreation and
there was some opposition to the want to get In training, please must be practiced on borrowers' year rlaaa.Frow.
a crowd in excess of two hundred Starke diamond.
law the Board had Annual loan assistance will no Strickland an evening of spiritual feasting/
provided sufficient I leave your application with V. R. farms.f.umlfl has been very
and their wives
veterans at a '
funds in the budget to defray Ferguson at the Bradford County I ... iitilncr' fhtt" nrnoram. 'will" lomrer' be extended to those who There are two remaining league. generous to the. group providing being planned for Saturday afternoon -

the expense of a rereglstration chicken supper and dance stagedat High School. De encouraged; "to participate i in are carrying on the type of farmIng games on the schedule: one with them with kick boards and August 27, beginning at 2:30:
the Legion Hall Tuesday night. I I Mandarin on Sunday, Aug/ 28) In sup- o'clock, at the Salvation Army
In case it was accomplished.A The purpose of this get-together The class cannot\ be organized and receive maximum assistance that will likely require a continuation !Starke'! : and one with Macclnnny porting rails for the needed leg
Camp near Keystone Heights.
resolution was received from other available of such loans after stroke practice
from agricultural year and offering them
unless applicationsare
was to the local veterans the necessary '
acquaint !! 4 In \
'on Sept. Macclcnny. i
the Board of Public Instruction with the Legion Hall and facilities re on file.Restaurant. programs. the State Director .said. year Instead of developing the the free use of his landing.The The gathering Is being/ sponsored

setting forth the mlllages neces- Applicants for new loans, or present farm so that it will become self- demonstration scheduled! by by the local Youth for Christ
and to let them know that the
sary to be levied for each school Legion strives to serve all vet. Closed I borrowers, unwilling to pdrtlclpate sustaining/ State Director Texadu Today Last Chance the water safety Instructor's class groups of Lake Butler, Hampton,

fund of the county for the fiscal erans whether they .are Legion I In other agricultural pro- said. Many borrowers who have For Free Chest XRayFinal I was cancelled lust Friday because and vicinity and various churchesof
the 1the Interest of
area
year beginning July 1 as follows which essential to received annual loam In of unfavorable :
: grams are theirSU"'l'e conditions
members or not. It la planned to F. J. Shaw, deputy hotel com- preVIous// wrath..r Christian recreation and fellow
General Funds (support and main and have benefltted years will not qualify but there will be
make an annual affair of this mlsloner, announced Monday the ll which opportunity for a free I a demonstration

tenance of schools) 8 mills; Coun. Bradford County Veterans get- closing of the Little Lunch Restaurant other farms In the area, should policy .cheat x-ray will be afforded the Thursday September 1. .with ship.An inspirational of

ty Building & Bus Reserve Fund together. : a colored eating place In not receive Farmers Home Administration Veterans will again be given I public today (Friday). Since the members of the swimming and program
dlally extended to all. Those attending
2 mills; Special Tax School Dlst. After the supper at which some Reno, due to the violation of several assistance. The helpof preference. and they will be provided I ervlce began here on the 9th, the life saving/ classes now In progress will bring a covered lunchto
No. 1 Current Funds 6 mills: District the Soil Conservation service the best and participating
ISO:, pounds of fried chicken was state laws governing the operation credit supervisory I itatlonary unit In Torodu's Chevrolet outdoor
Building & Bus Reserve Fund Extension Service, Production and assistance the Response to the Is enjoy together an pic
consumed Uncle Ott and his FlorIda of such establishments I possible I showroom has x-rayed more program plik-
tile Swimming and softball -
3 mills; District Bond Interest & Troubadours played for Round Hr, Shaw said the place was closed Marketing Administration, as well county supervisor stated. I hen, 1,100 applicants.The I Ing uIt/ you have never learned! supper will be the of

Sinking Funds: No. 1 (Starke) 1 and Square Dancing until a late "because of extreme unsanitary stationary' unit will be aDen I to swim, you ought to take advantage the afternoon among sports

mill; No. 6 (Lawtey) 1.23 mills; from 10 to I and of this opportunity.
today
a m. m
hour. conditions and not hot p
No. 18 (Brooker) 4 mills. water"I I Attractive New Home On Water StreetThU from 2 to 3 p m. The outing Is being held In cooperation
with the recent Bible
The mobile unit will also complete Board Of
-- I Review Conferences held In the area with
:1-
Child Injured When Change In Georgia Marriage Law Its schedule today at the
For Rev Al Troester of Doylestown

Struck By Taxi May Bring Some Of The, Business Back Home from Reno 5 Theatre to 8 p.m.front 1 to t and Scouts TonightA I I'lL. who will be the speaker of

-t the evening.
Tloy Scout Board of Review
Little Kay Fowler 3-year-old County Judge E. K Ferryman across the Georgia line ,where I will be held' In the Scout building I An Insptratlonlu program of

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil figures that some of the marriage- 1 couples could obtain licenses. with Music Aptitude Tests tonight (Friday) at 7-.10:: o'clock I song and special music Is being

Fowler of Starke license business may be returningto out s test and waiting period. planned.
was Injured a- To Be Given At BHS according to an announcement by
his office about the last of """hat was left wasn't a dropIn I
bout 10 o'clock Thursday morning ,. Herbert Deal', chairman of the
when struck by a taxi driven by August. the bucket," the Judge said.. All I II
students Interested In playingIn I Troop Committee. All boys planning I City Absentee Votes
There time when the
was a "Nobody married here
Millard Douglas on Temple Ave. got any the High School Band will be to come up for advancement ,
judge did a brisk business In Issuing more unless It Be Cast
was who May
somebody
The child was taken to Shady- f given a "Musical Aptitude Test" and merit badges are expected' to''

crest' Hospital for emergency: license and performing wanted" to' have a big church wed at BItS on Wednesday August 21 :Attend. Starting August 29

treatment and was carried Thursday marriages for couplespeciallyIn ding. The test will be given by one A Court of Honor will be held

afternoon to the Jacksonville the early days of Camp Bland- But now Georgia has decided to 5. of the largest music stores in the In the Methodist Church Sunday Absentee balloting for the city

Naval Air Station Hospital. Her Ing.Then do something about the "quickie"* South and Carl Roberts band instructor night, August 28 At 8 p m. election will atari August 29 and
,
the Florida
Legislature
injuries were not considered marriage business on Its own hook desire that all sixth, I Thursday afternoon Scouts and will continue until September 9.

critical, although she might havea passed a law providing for a '- .w. seventh, eighth, and ninth grade Scouters of this area enjoyed a Any person wishing to have a ballot
three-day wait between time of and after August 23 those who
possible slight fracture.It -L students, who are Interested In swimming meet and picnic at the mailed to him will have to

Is reported that tha child and Issuing the license and time of want to marry In Georgia will -'--- I band. will take the test pier on the Camp Blanding :make formal request to the city

her mother were standing on the marriage ceremony, and also provided not I b, licensed without medical All students participating In reservation, Kingsley Lake. .clerk.

sidewalk near the Waiheterla that the contracting couples eXamination. including blood) tests. ) attractive new house fin South "'at.strt was rerrntljrby this test will be started off together This Saturday afternoon the, I The city clerk will then mall a
must undergo blood test. I rompl..tp.1 S. K. for ww a rental It. T. Thomas. f
a Hparlu *
The Judge is off his. property
when dusting
the little girl ran Into the I : in a separate class, and Scout under the supervision of form to be signed before a notary
Presto! Tha Judge lost practically marriage licenses and) expects wax the rontrSMtor. At present the IUIIIKO l I.. occupied by the J. K.: n. '
taxi. Mrs.
street In front of the I[ Mr Roberts hopes to add to the Scoutmaster R. O. Davis. ,will fire public and returned to him,
Fowler signed an affidavit absolving all his marriage business to business to pick up around Sep-f, Heath landl,. Mr. Heath i" a member of the stall -k""plnK complement ,regular band from this group, thus 22 calibre rifles on the Camp and then the city clerk will b.

the driver from blame. Folkston. Ga., the closest point t tember 1. at the I?. S. :'nal Itrsene Training Center, Ualn-'"III.|.. making possible a larger band I Blanding ranges. authorized to mall the ballot to>>
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ltvf S0 atLal faculty moats Seaame Airy sit domes: garasa. d ItYra Ta mpI ed lot TlsarvdajrIc nbt|! T*- *tlltof tM WK:M4.t'> .//III> a .,t&eti sg tr.arat at '
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Bradford County Telegraph .*. Iaut term vKb JCr*. Oil.* and ca.uJIIII .ta >ftrti liraldu.Jitrv !Mrs Y T Atwretthyaer '
HAMPTON M. Prtan .a* iwmcyml. and Jfra. a auner C'1t' x.0..-..... Jtdtc XdDzAey anddren chit Mr anI1 Mrs rT.lt W.t->f;, uw.,1Ut7'M.
Aaaamds" Beath
anA.SUSHED 1.7f Eo L w.ATT..r..s, Oer Cwdarrsarrstis.d ... __ P"Y.7 $1iU.-- )dart 7 XT aid Mr Cmard J"Ltiler ad: vise Tia&icr )dr. sad Xrc iMr., tAtm Wynn an4 r.bl.'I'ft' .h !2U
...... 1111' M. 1[ CtwL Sit utbtm and *fir Lora.ae. P.a a.cn .:'- f fast Ettl1r& d Hnn stlta4. artriartw4 Albert :Kevrnna at :Starts hurt J Mr.. C B P....t..rt.. Mr and MraEdar4 > 1 1Mzs ,been am1t4.og .ctaae Use 1'l.i' littikI'
Lest' rTosy W L.dtef r zrrtt.e. be a"'JU/tfIwn, .,,. Jr.r clj> IMAbe1. ISerry Dyal sat fan
r eiezeeCtary 4at3ler. t Wetmxwday aftasiaraz
C.b __ ell cw Pace oe.. ar ttt.raw fla.. I an4 daUCMer, ay. left $a.dty ( cttrrT7L.c'L J QJKL4:: ,
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Tbeazid tacttmtoWae. fttm 7AdSer 3Crr aad >tr I..aI.bor:: 'of'sCbcaam Qufi a few tram beta aU.eadbd > CAIn was
Ti, tea ay: B ale Cocf trwwie. Hoetir', a ebrxoasI drama left TiMWEJuy a their "-nmur t.ns Uujvli at B.urr'd.1anb: :: M. e- ;Brame. Vta an4 Mra Jahn Mtafbur7 rCbMaskim readW.... JTajaiaut attoncartdby
) 1949 Hifir C W Y.urVm .I II bet ;"' Sm>urb >
MEMBER bra' orifl a CtmanunCTr J 1':kY
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({! Cedar Err /'
ab HaIl: vbnrr
tmat
I trao Ocnunuxnirr mWetl.aadar 9ret ca- day mF has alao trio .
: "t T : Ri. A.. Ttr.aer: te Prt Oil. T McKtnr.7 left > u-xtrj : ..s.Urea
atgtst d kilt k. La pets io rnjry rir fixture Jar a Owrica4 stars nisi: Monday.Azz .
.. gyf )o..ady glA rsr Biz IaatlrMttesae. '; 3>arr r.;i. curiae a: 9th day amRtR 4 large lLIoICl.el.lar 'nw bw B104IliIr.otk.or 'few CaTL i = .....1hour rood temcbrr. !''w rrsdy for Calrf'/rnui wbefa'ihe b ra.V.V
acts tibnvtuaia+ bsw'utC Lemreiv.d stat.1rAJ.e4 .t Kurt Wblf. j, are .grad t.o report" ta sand
mary : JaUr r p Era: SruokiD: ctf FT :aekamt, Y.a Erne: Cvdy.dt a \
are tcrngtbejuid t-y the prate ,S. C-. *i ...-me b paxexsa ]rsand ] and JCrm BiAAue burrer r7of Mr, .lid Mr/ !Harry ParhHunrt' vt "ra'theJ I>ra wthii r hKMrnt u

rrYttra C r and gMtdJtMOTMi 'ttf Gad*.I jtbetmn 'd steer act bmadred Eamp- ICrm Ce+ ir Etwaia ?a q*were bere la t tfedt.cr sad tam), returo 4 VI their! br"nin ftut* fast: t.:-nand aT '1,',

sewed A fif..fn imsutc jvrvrrw m6ytfr* TiPCifc. adtaatage d C :z:. &.utun Km baa tMec tq.ecdtag day tn touwaMoi Graham sunday arurnnon artetry.rtdmC Urne

aeetmt tmM rack rv erg pre tb rr- chest X"y, er.amDu the yatit two --u 1121 Cxxige ){ra. R. Rjnt aWl chZdmi were a week tUlotwn1i1C: > tot
W .:ram J I..Ia to '- -
crrAf N ie a itdrtJt '.ti bra tr-oticr: to Ocaia: bastwett. ; Pt't..burcII' uilotMurr mg 'UI
: mmutABib..r Stnfrjnrtnedja&ety: / T An4r'W' Mr Olfre Birk.
Itlate; Board d a-Jh 1 afrr. Dr;1Ut era. and Mn A
L!".en the tft-vtcjon Wbue m t .
Rampl.nn the Kjrr Trvrvurr as. mat tt was at Hernia -- ..... ....-- ,. -
Stare. Mrs Prwrum. tururTy zran>e.
i rote! tb bcinie rf Ids aad tart |
.Lura gtfraessTo
*r : L ZayTttla.G 'e cprea.ed boondf .sa rreesaety. GRAHAM WHY DRIVE
I pIMOfIJ".h tiH> entire tt.tr. rurvYtsry
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s. .j a.. Jw.... xrLmr y
r APO. taravcd tkw ACu.t Oar Ir ear+e li* rwpe uf U.a w-.1.er. Iea ....UfUtTT i >Cr aid Mrs Henry Ha mi u.-

.d0aar Ds ._ tarag.v .e:. Team :J"t : U aa woe and The l.uDp"1: r :"_' ramc* the tart d a w a. Char., XT aad ICn. lornmdf cm'7 y / e.- .

ar. h'-. nr cand.spra. teat pratx UI t.eee" avrcg this mauler A juyd a 4p.h yitfaJ wttm tad y>cUK -. IF7xst eo 'W.-4r_ alr. Az.Cuat. Jot. Sa&Jurd aad x.ra.L. I> Graaani

J aw a3nt mem.rr.t laces asnimr UI u.e ..gM I jwirrr tt Ruaqniam Lake: enf i :to Sba4j er fit Htwpatal. Tbe new off Hci'.T; KJI mranacnf lit aaflXLra.
Tseidty ..-.e'MIOZ last www& }art! tit to taxed: for lira. Sts.: i rilrwttet Juts. XiKaateyIZr Ftrdry
!.aU..la.1toA a ruts tee u a bank a burr v&u&k rf fart. drop
j .bo was a lithe aad Kra Oarenoe )1.2tunaad GREYHOUND
arts. tie was r Tat a see Go
I pets .'''-E&-lL WTOC3Ctra : &I'-'T r-
I : war cttr7dtm
me a..mded ctJJ.nb bme!
va .l.ry atmr ..-.y a eon: .
ht' s JrU.eB tea coaststaxrry t. T Jirfrn* and JCrt Itc Mr and Xr G. P li adrst.rt. : faattuyHOWARD'S
said The "':er oounxr, Amnrta4.awMt I Mafr4t-t aster-arced the 7tmtor :
ar .tr cter.a.-.G .Lt a dmnv-1 -em John Ydstmry was witlcrg .L
ttm a ruStrfi cunaat and tarp .--. Tw6y' I bad a Eaarh3 Team with a. TielaryWiener .*ti.evaay eaexz GueCa .md. 4 and SAM

mmd. letter trum the C. '..... Blau! tome .-<<. srs WVdwrirtUjrruftst ,Kr loW! Xr J L At i*=Tini:_ andgraa&MW. ,

T Jtory our** Carr aCe jaunty: ate $ m Omnairr A rir who art: teourrt tat tan-w irk Tbe niaat wa. i )c..kt :IoCr and 7Qr Jt :

10 feather; ,J iuxd woa aitI cas tuck: herd oa the baMbaJI round: eautwf C ffyijt sad acm K"T>|. ctf Stark

of ae bvUer way that to mtaefrr7.d. tcnm. txtfl waa ( nai e honor lint Din Burton. Rome, Gar. Xr
'f' Walk: RSO and Lent the 86 thuMr tJwre and f. .-
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Hb tile
r nxr teaina victory mer tbrCanzue and kits. W J Jotmaan 1 : and chtrdrra I II -
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ga.d, fI as4Yld prrvtset another: ward K.Ttaar He gb $ Ia4C,7.EizHI,4I .:&. "..... C*. >tr and ldra4C I
T !cave a Irttrr aayte g 7VII arc 4._. Ica, .* clay HilL AX I E.Ersaac Ca.ftq Etrad g b- -

w.odf Ian' wen at tb Pad L**.C" bank. ,PAST. rfCstom< "aDy. ltxle x. Atwdrtwm I D RJJ Only H the Cost of Driving

,-,"4 ccrcancn thDop cats }aea 'Tt1f'J' 4o ezjir: the sew rand aad : Sweeney cele.junnd. a and Carat ftaziKlt>& ,.tIT Jtam 7f I IUamT I Ja.ka.nrW.. Lfe Atiaata 'oM

tare zoe. tout .e.oofd there r kits of etan;+try: near Iii tnat&rr or tier ISSJe frjwxtaitCtn ss t4vatlrg. at biT': Cay a2r ,I Miami! '..u. *tott- D. C. stir

'T till ark r>e W'.II7. pte ca.a I do :id they Law tbev day afUTZMMua from thrw to ractrreptrat I 6IETHOONO. IDS STATION =Tamp : *.71 clriraga beet

eouid not 1.e1LVo'. ; Xiftfta. alttamrfe r tury did KM : free .clock: m uOebratKBi d :ber Brut: : 1o/tunId/ ar Tr.-)... \T-. SUrVe Fla.PtH TaJlaha..r a-. hex T. et :U.
...._ V Y.mawman enatta 't.bem in her VrOrr AtEtnoUaaffa. I r ,
;rrwd all Ttcaday b inais n ao.n- .
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tents A Sew brlra. 1LM
tertbdny JUdvmiu7 Orlawla 5J2
..1'..* B**e 147-J
:""T,cal thine cam nrr coe ,. -Lckey P-artf" ranr war enjoyed .
fu aDd wntnir ::1e are SirL ; l.a.
Bow I lore Junt the .T ; 7f'JJ7 and ..,.ri YS sere awarded t.. Ey36r. I II "". tI.S.Tat. IrftA; s..qa e-.4s f
rrtrjf ]&t df..c2 jl
$ th9tge
;arparax ruola Cart Erna 1tn 'ttua w ctk
.rl The d L0y rvetme .fULC the wmtmra RtTrnalm rBl s erf ice -. -
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the teacher* tlu wttae: Cal II -
J !.for nm vfc., wbae RbrDa I Il ar r Sae redt.Me 4r g
and ark, wish Leer
b.teLk a.t i* a JuT jf ow :hu AO three. I tta6erct. wIS KL ytarra. cream: pink I
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Krr and tarKJber
bad acm reed mgltta ___ Tb. __ Ixwrne Soda at BORIC baakr.i IlL rant' aU not roe.Ytr. It two motOfrt aahraltb ......d,. at werss.torIW
: J Yra.. Joe Cay d Punt Ccybrr istgtbdag
sf tfuryttig -.D s JMoro&c t.o .& IaTrrwbdcS u. bcet- I
tor aj>fl brr fnuftarr airs wiU ptta nu. week wrCb : a_ -'Dcto- w e pride taw tart _
relax: and tarffttaf t.tw.p that award bet nary jwrtty Ciao, '
acntwl at a.Iw'r'.a P-qde at w.r XnL FIanos Wadertrrh. a.n4' I
"''rt fret one. T* be truiy :hay. Clay RiD are fir tztg. IUCL Jack I rbuM attntdaic **. party we: Xatsha4Y the acrapwiu.a esantaer wbie3 ,
tarotfarrm. Sbeljrj and
317 err eaMt Be li&le .* jr.r" Nth ,Ctrrui Jean Jaw. Jyoe Heal
Wisemans and ti"7"7 wy there: u a a w.es .
j zas.
hcjbb X turn loU j J"noIJhJL Eartara: leas x-4i e.e.T tI aP _pb -
U es. f tttaca
,lence all aicw!? tbe sued t? La.g X-r. a&d Kra. Garenc
t. Uudk: about. Stra>re how CoP I:Braarb Cborcfe. BrTUt Ot.t eapared ).&ttbtV, EalJmeCazawth.Itarma j .to woe .filL the1mrW.
trod ChOOreB d Oak TTTfl.: wTrtareekerd
bD rot bout everythnc bnt v-f" ..../ Uu wt-k. a>e U Sue Ett akmL P7'ria nay. I gnetrs of ) --_ Yame1teats 1 ur
raw ut rirmi. a2uttf the grraCt. AJbrn Crfjtn't sY.Ghtr. Aim U1 Patty AJBB AdkiaL PScere GJam ) J PHONE TAfvae !
I cac: lade out the wmdow I tad tm.yam HaiEt3iaci .
saws' Stcrtry: Mued.ya graze: ia.Pbc. 1C.- and era ZX: )L. Ke%;b. e,ffawoer4a Teog4e S1ari e. Fta.
aid asx the l.rety ccAura .rraav I
A dear *4d. :lady. wrf3.pra: hie os dear rbrt > and Mr dX...1.
and yuryi ants red yredunucatizic
HZLI"I'TL" %T"J fN111: day ticawtmg at ":IS a..m.nw J. S. Sazn d S-arise wr< Tae -'
They nee bad jAa&j at<< rasa bract)Ihi
wits criiojntx: a poe anmixid brfiawr
""* made a true fTcnrtk 4eT -'
,I adCe With tw9 SrtCera. 7nRRad atYdig
Le the rUkd! and .--. We '
'. roar Tsa and wind lrrtt. roar' f'JICwd:
siKht I
than to ..a.1er __ in
warn every CTARLINGCsmRKE
ft-sx. unotaor vtedov I caa: to HOME 2
ao-fciie aa yu ertiuy the let But*
a pje trot k.4ed wttk tad'4'? '
Trey arc tf a wwt arirty aodil ,trr Try pourttuf kertweiie Mars I OWNED FLORIDA .
a ..... a;* to the aik ifvs. wt lrY-d
: 4 Froe ealn A. end lire L.L .
oonrttane it..2 CIJ&I
>Bla .r the mRpon. Urt b Grocery &MarketWEEK
ahrey wet. the tap of :TTT pw
&By 4Yit* '-'At.t and Iou burs
with ..ecf ndSc before J uttj f te
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far aevcira] day The aicfet are
,
eenl ao we atorptH ]aa took to
n e t.* the park lull a.ijbt' wtocfcbt here to a cake *bMte wrtt iomua WE RESERVE: THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY C....... CJ X. Cfcrry Streets f

aett alone the X awurl RjrerW I RED cH:
at far a ttew on Msat ......< the _.... We could J .Jrw to1t I I tv. aq.e !V-i V2 tap 1 WE PAY 60c PER DOZEN IN TRADE FOR EGGS h

*Eats L* L4.a C k Puutt wateru laf aoda. 1 ev> ttdlk.JB Ya.! bj

u.- {ieanMid tec* and bnc it k> j rt la a<>d aacar. add "*.!. mea StiixUrd BrxW. N.. 2 Size Cam A REAL BUY! >,.
the aetnec' :. air kke a apear a trar and bral, Add the era: '!,.

The pmt.ie d a train traSed a- 'aid JV aJMma&Hy wi. b a pmof c

kW'f'" in Che rra&inf air Use< traoas -.]'_ I cat. bit. to aud .<.-

above its back AS wra..slrca: uorrrd an a eel: .* )oi water 1st it .

hard B*>- ta t.. Pdr pies atwt

a6, 4..p )s*. uro tut ir"n Tomatoes 3 29

a.te asdng ") cake: w u

PHONE 218 3..4 to -.A' \ FOR

COLONIALFLORIST The
ww4 fmm! tbe bIo p:.. tljbath

ia soar b to i.ter but .1.. b *:.err-

tt{ ate today I have wr, ', Fart

cwrmijianArm* ourae .,..r.,e I "
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: 33" BLEACH Ouart Bottles 2 for 29c
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tarrarty Gal J9a Sure day I I -

*sT w. te rn aw* e but tmnt a cUt vdg

bMne roar Ioou" at tbrRe r.rru, New SWEET POTATOES 3 Pounds 19c
a
ba actor ae / rtactrte re'T'-c'' - 5e ,
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rat r- sad raog* j. t.o.z: He a 'y gy .

bur beauttfid bedrooia ,furniture HI-LP BEST BUY I.N TOW: J
tax *a the xtxU UT '\',",:m.&. H*

!. .>H otcrjr tbe be- It ft 'it rai / Iwra

FLOWERS \ tout t ,Tner fc : c

FOR ALL OCCASIONS. I ;J. w H
agar the beat, i fit at jr 4! :::>i I If .T J 1

DISH CAKDEVSPOTTERT roes the BArf coyer It ispretty \
25
] >tr .. F* fVf oat: H.w- FLOUR .
: : ttutt bad %
Two w eka. >i at de aad bubtoy at 1J
KITTED FLAKTSFWWEPS J
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I bum. aad< they ate -wbat and lb. I

WIREDANYWHERE Wbf1IJ they .ra9""" d t. aoj T .:;..-.. i ,

tLc..bn NIT idea .'J a ;1eaaf>tvaoUcm I I

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""Coss !M Btark God blej all OIl Yani and beLsksg f

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you lat. fete Fresh Cut OKRA Per Pound 9c ff
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) fit Beers sfo 11'r Lmt BEANS: 2 for | lb. 39cSUGARS29 ITS COOLER.
37c
CHUCK ROAST
(?5. mt *. - O. Kitchen with efectne CI

9 e-3f Then its Bafflesan& : ranges are cooler by actual! tests. Too. ou o- e';

kU rttsAett you0'brewfrcsfr"dellk"D c :L:3: = cooler motic control places.I.ken.: p you out of the kitchen. in v L','

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4 y CLEANER.
+ ; ... CHEAPER thLout.
open
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Jill \ : a.o+d.,, t.g! ; nortune bee bid. l-.ot is fthded. And M doat food leueteelrioty th
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hit, ct.o. Moat Motet. pof-wethuig .... __ torp" y.
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your orwxioe prize M. er
per wOn IHMT.

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''.s Jis'eiciac APPLE JELLY .. 15c| NECK BONES lb. 17c j jI

I yr.FLORID. .

Don't forget! STARLINGS Gin Ticket On The Wg Drawing held :

<00DBeer! At The Court House Every Wednesday' : ).l( POKE ) GHr CDHP1\Y) \\ Y..


AGNEs THO'I.Sl.TOS DOBHS JOE S. STARLING .
al 1JJI i _. : ft.ey
Carrier Market Mawarer .a..eeal Jbaarr "ILI g
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Television Will Keep Children Home; Housewives Rely On The \Washeteria I




I Shepherd Ready To Sell & Service To Save Valuable Monev And Time I!

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I "Television will open up an entirely some programs, such a* historic\ Take the drudgery out of washday litIon to prepare her school age I

new world for the school broadcast schools of the air etc. children the good hot. evening

student," is the opinion of Chas. will actually be assigned as class j Thin In the slogan advocated for meal that they require during the

Shepherd local radio and television j busy housewives by the munnge- sihool term.

dealer. room work by many teachers. I ment of The Waaheterla, nt 3J3 "If a mother ruins her health by

The popularity of present day Thus today we find radio ami' ttf I I Temple Avenue. !'overwork,. then she. has saved

radio la given credit for having television serving a double significance I "Just plnee your laundry In on<> nothing In the long run. anil, may

enhanced the Interest of young not only entertainment of our automatic machines Ant In actually' put the family on the

Pre-Sckool Check people In good music and when but education aa well. The HO minutes receive them apiitlixvlyI : financial rocks," the XVashetnriasays. \

Television becomes a reality here news broadcasts of today. become I and readto Iron! "Our service la very economically

this fall it will give audiences the pages of history of tomorrow. | "This convenient service. costs priced or.l actually It

For young and old a chance to see Every school-age child should j only 40c per machine of J n pound* : saves you money In the long run. I

Children the best In the theatre opera have the advantage of having hia <'II purity. Illoach furnished free'!" Just. bring your family wnvh to Students Enjoy

sports and other entertainment own room equipped with a small I! This Is. the good news brought theV"heterla. You can either

I fields. radio set of his very own In addition !''to tired mothers by the rmimiRo-,:: Hit and wait In comfort while we

! Urged By Koch'sWell Mr. Shepherd's advice to the to the larger family television ment of The Washetcrln. All do your clothes, or you mayo/ on Good Meals

I public Is: "Avoid the rush set in the living room. Excellent work there la done In automaticiBendlx I and attend to your other shopping

I make appointments NOW for your small radios can be bought I washers. soup furnished j rhol'''". When you call for your I

It was a wonderful summer Television Set." He l la qualified to I for a* little a* $2900 and just No mother can do justice to her- ,"' "th...... you will find th..m'on\ At Brown Derby

I wasn't It? No matter where Install and service Television and Imagine the delight of your child: i iIf solf or her fnmily If she attempts'' and sweet Just as good, or better

you went -- mountains seashore will handle complete'lines ofStromberg you present him with one of' to
  • the houHohnM launilry In than If you had done them at

    or lake Carlson Bendlx. these wonderful little Instruments 1 addition, to her many other duties home. j I I What a grent convenience it
    no doubt the children
    Emerson and 'Sparton TV sets at the beginning of the new school j i A mother who is tired out after Remember \Vanheteiin\! phone .
    will be to student* tnli vear to
    had a wonderful time jid will return when they become available In the yearl Also imagine the cultural I' MONDAY a duy of laundering Is In no con number 213.Winkler's .
    have a nice\ rectnurant like tha
    to school next Monday brown near future. advantages! that will come to him .
    Brown Derby located convenient
    as a-berry, full of ,vim vigor and In stressing the importance of as the result of the fine programsthat so
    to the school BO th"y cnn obtain
    vatality and rariiV to go. radio and television to the student come in over the air during .
    Labor-Saving dellclom home-rooked meal
    Appliances a !
    But fall and winter are Just Mr. Shepherd points out that every hour of the day! AUG. 22 I at a reasonable cost

    round the corner and unless a-I I

    are armed with the proper dru Are A Big Help To Busy Mothers Brown Pop Derby.Blumer In proprietor proud of hH of" newr the

    velop necessities a common your child cold that might de.j Farm, Home & Auto Supply Ready i ; restaurant and well he might \

    1 be. The appointments are at
    cause him to lose all the wonder- I
    j I Now that n new school term Wlnkler Is also dealer for tho beautiful as any :vou will find 'in,

    he ful has reserve built of up strength during and the health jum- / To Fill Needs Of Rural Students : II I will soon be under way. It Is I famous Mot point line of electric this part of Florida and the food

    esKcntltil for mothers of school age: refrigerators another "must" : Is excellent comparing favor
    mer. I'
    children. to begin planning how to for the thrifty houiewlfe who ably with real home-cooked meals.

    During the next nine months I Future Farmers, Future Homemakers sections. For instance if they tme their time during/ the day to must economize by saving all foixlpossible. Pop has been catering: to the

    your child will come In contact and 4-H boys and girls I II I ride to school] In private cars they! : The Modern Mother Must Save'Time : the best advantage. I You can buy a Hoi point tastes of young and old In "Stnrke,
    with other
    children, some of whom will find In the Farm Home & I need never worry about a blowout. With the servBnt problem .btlll now for m little ns 10 percent for many years, and he knows

    taglous diseases: he will be exposed Auto Supply the dependable tools or a puncture If the car is equip unsolved it Is for down anil $0 .15: per month. It Is just what they Ilkw to ent. With

    to the cold and damp of the and farm implements that are so ped with the sensational new necessary I really false economy to be without his new restiuirnnt right on the !
    winter school With Good Bob Kite ers! to rey| more and mnth-I I
    Saw
    months; therefore, Appliances ;
    necessary to success in modern Gnodrlch Puncture Proof Tires : thla modern food-savi-r when road to .school he I III looking for

    the most important phases ot getting I methods of farming and home- Even the best drivers will occasionally Inbor-Bitvlnir devices and it can be. had sn reasonably.Of I ward and preparing for a heavy

    ready for school is to provide making. run over a nail or a place 'home appliances in order to have course, Wlnkler's Is nNoheadquarters 'school trade snd he promises

    your child with a thorough cheok- I "Our farmers and future farmers of glass but he doesn't even have A smooth-running wellorganized there U no reason why mothers of any leisure time at all. Trial\ 1 I"I for radios, Including ''meals thnt nre sllr..' to please\ tu-
    household\
    up before the term begins. No should the habit of buying to stop If he Is using these magic la absolutely necessary even the largest families should 1 where the nendlx home laundry.,' all models of such well known | dents of all age*.
    child get for the well-being and happiness not hAve several hours of leisure
    can get what he should from I
    their implements In Starke where self-sealing tires that have been Hold In Starke. by the VVInkler' makon an O. K., Motorola nndZenith. ,I "The school boy nnd 1 girls. are
    I
    "
    his school work unless he Is in of the family especially time duy, Mr. Kite stated.
    every
    they can see what they are !getting I a smanh hit since they were Introduced Electric Service can be a real "life And with Television to bau my friends," Pop sayi 'I give
    school months when
    good physical condition indeed I and where they can be bought several months ago. The 1 luring every "For Instance many women' do 1 ,saver". for mothers of school chll- reality In Florida. Oct. 2. Wlnkler i I them their money's worth and
    he minute counts. This was the observation not realize that j I
    might even endanger his own If ordered from price Is moderate too -- only a new Maytag I dren who find, It difficult to keep In also readv to take onlnm really appreciate It"
    just as cheaply as they
    life and the lives school I made this week by J. R. Washer be for
    of his can purchased only '
    '
    the $23.95 plus, tax Mr. Andrews their youngatera In clean clothesi for these sets! Install them andservice
    house In North
    mates. some big (Bob) Kite of the Electric Service $13 i.1)3! and that this may be paid I It Is so nercsiiary'' too. that t children
    of points out. 1 i at all times. Many women do not them after you purchase.If .
    says Guy Andrews proprietor & Supply in discussing the approach $13./no down and (1083 a month. get' a good;: warm meal'dur I
    Koch's Store would like 'realize
    Drug In the Home & that trouble
    this well-patronized establishment. closing Farm they can buy a genuine you're having wltn
    middle IIf If
    the the dny. they
    of the new school term. Really there is for ing
    to suggest that you take your I Mr. Andrews announces that he Auto Supply wishes. to remind no excuse any liendlx for as low as $170.US.: any electric appliance, or want im. ,, th
    be t work In
    i A modern mother with the ever- woman without this are to do their "
    child to the family physician for 'a"going 'has become the local dealer for folks young and old throughout I doing convenience and on convenient terms too If estimate on wiring etc., ju r"IRHrOOI1Nn matter good
    Increasing demand on her time when' It be had for {[
    over" early in the new I the International Harvester line of this trade area that this store can they desire. It will pay them toIlm'e"tlgllte to your phone and call Wlnkler's.. '
    luni h might be It
    { home-packed
    must have the assistance of mod so little, Mr. Kite said. a
    school term. If the'doctor should .
    Cub Farmall Tractors and invltew gives away the Appreciation Day | these facts at Winkler's. Your troubles. will be' solved pronto
    cannot take the place nf awellbalanced
    conveniences and Just
    ern appliances if "On the that already
    suggest a tonic as a "builder-up I coupons used at the drawing in appliances you !' i,
    the public to see this versatile j Burn In
    I hot menl '' as
    round of she Is to devote the necessary attention have we can also be of '
    per" or a health-giving Starke after
    equipment that can work wonders every Wednesday served at the Brown Dei by.
    vitamins then to Koch's to her children Mr. Kite assistance to you In keeping them
    where each and come and at the same. time Is small In noon. "We give" a ticket with stated. "That Is why we are always running at top efficiency," Mr.
    every prescription size and easy to handle. every purchase, Mr. Andrews Smart Shoppe Offers $1 In Trade [
    It given careful consideration. said "and once you have your glad to welcome mothers Into !Kite said. "The more hopeless you iI

    You should start on vitamins right! I There are many other ways In name \lit the pot you should bo our store and to demonstrate to think your appliance Is, the more .

    now so that the child's resistance which the Farm Home & Auto sure to attend every drawing or them the many ways In which we skillfully .we get: U back in workIng rt.r

    to colds will be built up by the Supply can make school days you might miss a sizeable slice of can bo of service and show them order. Even their trade-in I With\ Every Purchase Of $5 Or Morel I ... '- >.
    how to save a precious minute value will be greater If keep
    time cold weather arrives. you
    more pleasant for the boys and the juckpot. Be sure to attend the

    Koch's also announces that It It girls who attend from the rural nnxt Appreciation Day drawing" ,, here and there." them properly repaired now. And f
    installing its new soda fountain -- Electric Service & Supply is we. handle every appliance large I At the end
    local headquarters for applianceaanil or iimall in the same accurate lire sn uavil to running n- the in time for the of
    just opening equipment made by the following careful" way. When we repair \v" round, In slacks anil, shorts thnt the shoes they' are wearing' are. I
    school and this spot will undoubtedly Johns'Provide
    At S. R.
    ) be a popular hangout with: : Healthful Foods well-known manufacturers: guarantee our work and] we employ it'* hard to gt' >t them buck into not too short and Injurious to their, \

    Croaley Norge Universal Maytag only professional licensed vchool clothes. thAt IK. unlensI feet. Slnc.. this. store Introduced
    school students of all in their
    ages anil Eureka Vacuum Cleaners. electricians.' I the rlothj-s" are so attractive. llknlhns [ th! Acrobat line of children's" 1' ''

    room.leisure bourn"We are away going from to the cater tleys-'j to ''I I Energy For School Children "With the many labor-saving devices "Jiint pick up your phone and .. at '.the !Smnrt' Shoppe. thnt shoes to Starke and vicinity sevem The Brown Derby l 18 open on

    the young people and try to give I;i offered by these companies call 76 we're at your service!" 1 they Just can't resist them and. ,,,1 I yenri agi,::", they tmvn met Sundays too, and ninny families

    them the fountain specials they ]I With the cost of living still near larger, quantities of the proper _m are /glad,' of the privilege of with wlilexpread' acclulm and approval are taking advantage of thH service

    like just the way they like them," 1 an all-time high/ the thrifty building vitamins, than the S. R. ing them again./ 'N\ar'l How fortunate It In thiit so thnt mother cnn go to

    says the management of KochV. hmise-.vlfe will have to use her Johns Grocery where quality and Gem Jewelry Offers Finest Watches The Guy Hales ('! children" can h* properly outfitted, church with the rent of the family
    aVe thi Smnit Shoppe. ar! rendy for ''In HIM ciurect. size. "mid widths. in
    "We cordially Invite them to pay Ingenuity more than ever this economy always first consider. ;I and not have t tl) stay at hom aril
    I the opening of school with a complete school. shoes right here in Starke, ,i
    us a visit." winter to keep her school age ations. In these days of rising Inbor over 'a hot stove. What.a.

    l children well nourished with good, living costs It Is Important to Best Service lino of Little OlrliT Dresses, for. everyone knows that proper- pleasure It JII) for families. to dlne>

    i IwholesomS food at prices the make every penny count but at'': Repair Lovely Jewelry, HklrtH, and KloiiHes, In Karen Sun fitting KhopH are the very foiindntlon together in the ('cool : II... well its Suits Shoes and Shirt of a child's, well-being and
    the time wlie will of tho Brown Derby
    Educational family budget will allow. That Is I same no parent I II

    I why Mrs. Housewife is more appreciative want to sacrifice nourishment 1I11'I Yes, railroad time must be dependable Since its establishment. in Starke for the lioys health. i I' Why not enjoy a fnmily ge'-
    Featured In the new full st.vln Acrobat: and Trlmfoot Hhnen have
    than ever of the co- : order to save a few rents on thi> -- that's why It Is such the Gem Jewelry has come to be I together at the Brown D iby itixt

    Value Of Movies |operation given by S. R. Johns food bill. Your child's health a high compliment to the Gem recognized as synonymous with | army at th.. Smart Shoppe IIrt'IIII..h rigid.' flrm-Hiipport arches flexible Sunday? You'll bis! delighted wi" M
    I nationally known names frce-for-Hctlon soles, and foot-
    | Grocery In supplying her family comes first. Jewelry that Its watch repair department quality Jewelry and expert watch ani arn the food., the service and the atmosphere.
    i Doris.. DodHon.. !Sue'! Teiry nml 1 TcmlKralg health Insurance for the future
    with quality foods at the most Mr. and Mrs. Johns realize thatthe Is the one officially designated repair. Ed Simpson I .
    I proprietor In all !the new colors.. InIgarbadlne Strong supply leathers anil sterling
    j, reasonable prices! possible. success of their business dupcndtr I: 1 for use by the railroadS says: "We offer everything In the
    Is and fiillln,, Also count ruction: make them
    Emphasized !popular rugged
    Boys and girls need a'nd deserve upon! satisfying their customers Starke. nicer line of Jewelry and are
    I you
    aie. tho extra nlortii! In new and goodlonklng.
    both and ,
    the best foods In order that as to quality Another distinction of which the always assured of real value when j In rirruil (..... .
    j colors by IJoVHl Apm 18"III'. an I Ilovely II Kt.ASII' Hi-Ing this ad to the .f. llmrtli.rj mmmtr
    "Students of the present day they might keep fit both In mind price. That Is why they give so you Hhop with ua." I I KliiriilNi. In 4 hiitirrrv.Kiln .
    have a great advantage over their |I and body and thus be able to much of their personal attentionto Gem Jewelry In ppf>ud Is that >tI Watch repair service at the Gem :i iIs I sel'vtlon r>f lingi-rle ami IK- Smait Shoppe! and It .will ontltle : *! KIIIIIII loril.. I'lillnllff' vl.ntliiT
    I I. the 'authorized Bulova cesporled1'nrcntn. to $1 In trnde on ,, KrHtik In ril., I inVmiiint.I'UHH .
    only & you any pur-
    the business and alKo! :
    parents and grandparents, says learn rapidly and also give a good why they noted for Its high ntandard and Nil 71'12.rilr .
    :Manager Harris of the Florida |I account of themselves on the atheletic have such a firmly establishedclientele Elgin dealer in thin city. And It owners. of fine watches are Invlti' l III mine! In i chime of $.*'a> or more.Hmriothlng .> t.( riitMi.. >Mrl,.m. Mitl "nil.. 'oo
    throughout ,, ... ..
    .pp.l l III-: I.1..111" % ItM
    Theatre In discussing the opening field. Their growing bodies of pleased patrons. mU'h'to .. .. .. .
    would mean so that boy this area have depended on 1.lIlh..r Kiiink 1C* (I w hi'** i i 'hlen *
    ot'school next week. : must be kept strong especially "Parents who give their children or girl: of yours to start the fall Mr. Simpson ever since he has j ''I.. I'||> lliryhnlllKl. Illl". I '.1''''. Sit
    I '."it bumpN, strongly,:: t'riiwn Hlffi>r, Ncn lliv-n Ci.rm.:
    "Past generations could read thewonderful during the winter months of the lunches to take to school should term of school with one of these been In Starke to keep their timepieces ,! Starke the and ... Illl '111)1111.)' 'll ll> .tl''a".11. "II
    old clasxlcs and that Is ..school season. In order to ward off nationally advertised time piecesEveryone operating with precision' Bedding I stowing sen ma covering ''v..... 21. 1.9.! ) 10 IIIalMiv. mliriilCourt
    .
    choose from our line of good fresh with a new fabric of your choosing unit t tuiNN, tih.irln, plaintiffMiiitkN
    all nowadays, students can not 'diseases that would endanger their : knows that a reliable accuracy. HlMir.i' nml.' nl<>"*, i, .,ftftiililnri
    only read these famous books but. lives, as well as the lives of their vegetables," Mr. Johns says. watch In a student's most valued Many other useful gifts await I You will be agreeably surprised I 'NHIIH Hi.iiiritnl. I'liinly,'
    Gives New Life tit I the moderate cost for' Tiili'MTHpli' .,,11 |.i"ilt-L" II.iCr.lrr
    the medium of schoolmates. "Sandwiches with fillings varied friend and constant selection .
    through magic companion. your In attractive displays this. li** t fniii" t\ipkl\ INII* fWltmMi
    With this increased emphasis on from day to day entice the child's la I nervli e. 1 niv I.,.Mil. anil i.ffli" Inlnl
    movies they can actually see Punctuality one of the most Important at the Gem. Handsome. ... .i'' -Mill,. lit KI..I; nl.i.' MilJuly,
    those famous characters such asIvanhoe the importance of proper nourishment appetite an that he will eat his traits a young pernon can fountain pens. and pencil sets. are Did vou HVnr stop" to think I hilt it. inntOK'KK'f.M.
    the thrifty lunch and be able to through To Mattresses your teen-age ,chlldri want a .MMI.: ) A..I Tin.m.i. ..
    could
    Micawber. Hamlet RobIn .where carry learn and a good watch Is the another "must" for the busy student .
    I \ 'llTk *'f HUI,1 I "lit I.
    hood. and all the others in real mflhf'ro/ to find a greater the day until the hot evening meal best way to teach It. No excuxc and when thonu all-Import nli-elV (1I'n".1I, home one that I I IllY Iliivi i'i. .,..hr.> i .
    they ('inn' !lie proud of when they Invite I ItaHi..III.* .-.l.l.'ii tllilti L>.i\ti>na.
    without loss of ( "
    of foods containing energy.
    action. Just as if they were living variety tasty / then to be late to clasnes or appointments ant birthdays roll around nothing No one can' r..nllv ii'iunl,. I" discard 1 I """,'h. ,I'M ii'1.1..1.
    today. The Gem Jewelry Is could be more suitable than a I their frlendu around' Nothing Ally fur, ,I'lf "' I'' N-I'I
    an old 1'iultreHn them
    ilnvieHpoclnliy
    can destroy tho beauty of a
    to muaic also, displaying for the first time the beautiful birthstone mounted In n .
    "When It
    comes sennationfal when that mHttre..* 'homn quicker th'in uM.! dilapidated. In < ..,.|, Court, 11..dl..d I n.i.lr,
    the movies are a gieat source of Hollywood Camera & Gift Ready new Minn America handsome setting. Mr. Simpson KliirlilNl. In I h.....**...
    inspiration and education to the and Director. 15 Jewel complete earnestly solicit your business can tip lemade 10 expertly by the / furniture !lt'" no tuny to Improve Kilt I'.r'1.' ." "... "I'lHliitlf \ ".
    theppeiirance of home nndmM John Ili'lliy, .Mnrlh.. lufriiitiiiii '"if. *
    music! lover. He can hear with snake band or expannlon[ and Invite* you to drop In at anytime StHrke Dvdillng( Uu, to nerve nnuwHonifH your N. 74 IIInlrr
    young of Mozart. band priced at only $33.75.: Fully and look around. where thtre are sihoolchildren ""I Its comfort/ at thn same ill I'Mhllvillli.n. A %..tli'" fittpvrnr.
    the great compositions Take Fine Photos Of All Events I
    To .
    time An oM, chair, (padded. with .r'II, l>f 1"110tu.l
    guaranteed See our .window have to he evicclallycaieful .. ..
    Chopin Strauss and all the oth'rfamous diuplay.Dn'ggers | .1,.1.11.' II"nI". "",. .h.. |, |" ,"I. ,.
    new fining; recovered and ImndHomefv / -
    played by the about keeping down ex.pensen .- Hn.l. nililr,' <'r.M l I. link imwiiVim
    composers furnlilidii'. will glvu you .iiriini. il .I. ,.|.I..r LIII '
    top-ranking artists and can also Nowadays a wedding doesn'tseem to the Hollywood when the occasion 1111'y..t'\ .it Is ettxenllnl that IIHUMt ."I I'M'I. 'III '111' !ll,>"VI I .im..l'.lC'oin
    histories of these great demands Furniture your (children an well an nil othermembers yearn of iiiMi-il' service at a fraction ..I anil. in >''i'i.. wh-itn| |".l.nlirfMiiliklt ..,
    learn the complete without a photographer and get everything Company Urges of t the coHt of u new piece ill* ., inn ill-lnlv Ailillil .
    men through their movie autobiographies you need. of the family have a I ,,,,"..1 .., "" "... .. Uriilfi.i.Tiliiciiih I
    Mr. Hirris pointed on hand to officially record comfortable matticHu' on which Inleip i Although ,the Sturke Meddlng ,. | Hluill i.nl.ll.l. Ihl*
    :;:::. : .
    ,In nitl f..ln wi-i-Kly llf- 4
    out. the event' for posterity and the Private Study Nook For If they me tu get' the proper ('n. IMS b..NI i located here .lens \Vltni'iHNnAl IMV hiirtil' .Mini. iffiriiil 1
    Students rout and do their .. .'n''"
    best work. Ml .Mt.irk.< "l.'l.irliln. "-
    "And when It comes to keeping same thing H true with birthday j than u year" ,.It .has already built upi 28. I'H'I.

    up with current events you Just I parties, .wedding anniversaries and I .,; I II II' .i 'imputation' thifiiighimt thin area IOFI'ICIAI1.1 Afl, ,> ,ill ."f. ..,ii nl Th..m.courtlly ....

    can't beat the movie newsreel. I all other events of great nlgnlflFcance. Yes It'" hard. to believe that vacation terest your boy or girl will la'ie; f' ,r excellent crnftxm.mshtp: ( utIn..I'rllt lliivin' "r..d.v.. II i*
    I A .1/ 1 hi.ln.iH.. (I. 1'<'l.ufci. Fli-rlilii. .
    facilltle the studentof It )Is al
    Its In ready
    Through home work f.rl'cH.
    r I III days are already over if you give him the Ally. f..r I'lf 1.2"!' 41 a.I'!
    world: affairs can keep up with 1 but the fact remain that school thing* to work with. N'owndiys nil times to serve you with uph'llxterlug. ,
    events "The picture you didn't take to- \oiii .: nr i.i: l''! KIVt.
    history-making II when auto neat
    all the fherw are so many! outside, Innprxprlngi j jcovem
    I tart next and 1 I- Iti.i. 1.. Mnn.r.' 'ci irli ,
    day can never be taken tomorrow Monday parent "
    such as United Nations peace conferences attraction to competn. with parent .box ('prlngl. slip covers, Kli-rl.li.. l.v vlii.n.. i.f 'Hi" iinlhiTllvveMtfil ,.
    the signing! of treaties. ,'* says Roscoe Bullington of wi"<"a' 'In MI. hv litw ili. .li..rtM. enllHH

    Important speeches etc. the Hollywood Camera A: Gift thinking of way snd means to a* possible In order to and,, feather pillows renovated All Hull. HiMlli.n In ,Ihi. in..r...hi-., MIII h.-lil|. .titMrli MI ih liv, .riiv thUlilirillll ,,

    "The motion picture also Increases ,,i I Shop and no truer words were make the of stuuy pleasartand keep their boy and gitln around work Is fully guaranteed: by theHOpnojilu <| Vnll-r* ..n Tll" And become year >.mhpr II. I'iri." fur 'Ihi ruirp' HI* nffiietlnar
    : ever cpoken. picture expensive equipment. Juit come
    who have hud than 20
    In the fireside. more ,
    Interest j jyriuH .
    student's
    the j profitable for the children. No | th*> fultou Inir "'''| '.r- '
    geography and the world about j][ more and morn valuable as Boys and girls are encouraged Have you ever thought how important experience( In the business, Twit M'l'i." .." n r.Two. VIMII. *.
    ''the years go. As the children child can obtain the highest mark Oil! .11-W today! ClniMiivi.r. f"i Twi. Vintlnii .

    him.visit the Through far places travelogues of the he earth can :.>grow up --. those scenes of their I to take more snapshots of classmates without a certain amount of home It Is for your child to havethe I "u. .... I'hli-f.....,.. ... i.f....'.'1'iilltifur'.'.."... ......."...Twi.ir..."... .. or|. .,.."...
    and events around school.
    leave the community ': happy childhood day become absolutely I study) and he I I. much more like proper rest. If he I I. to get the I I ..N........ .Hllll, 'I'll X ...11..1..1.I fill, TWO
    and never even Intlluflntt. T. III..d... ......
    I priceless.Mr. And how nice It Is that they can r. .
    I most out of hi school
    in which he ]llvea. These I ly to stay home snd apply himself life both I I i < Itv' of stiirk. ">, Hrtttlfurtl. County InMII| .,IIII-M i.f NiiiilT. ..l..i ll in
    education In Bullington\ always on have them developed right hereIn In the classroom and nn the 'I", ...a..._ H. WllllliniHP .
    travel trips are an to> hi* book If his hrme provide play I t HH(".| pri>|>nHt I* for thi* ronMtriiu- .*. .It Mullllll, 'tf WH V *
    themselves.. : hand and ready to answer the call Starke without having to wait ground' If you are not providing I tiun, of .nn IhoitMAml nln. hurt* I M. W: HimrkJ'unl ..
    pleasant surroundings, and ilfi'fl f7l"'7) *
    to take picture of wedding parties Mm Nvn miiiiir ynnt* KiiyntiMMlleiirw
    mothers are also learning a long time to have them snnt out comfortable './ pHVlntr' hr '
    "Many a mattres for your | t'ipfff wun ttini<* ** !>'tin. Ir.
    for their entertainment etc. at a of modern convenience That'llwhere f..rfy-rwo hun.lr*..l 14.2M( / f.*>t uff I If. W l.iii.i.-. ,
    that theatre parties very moderate fee. Simply drop town before seeing the prints Drlgger Furniture :ttl.jie growing child you are doing him I I ..'....r..l.ar" uinl. nuttr IIn.a l ntic* lt .K .li.-.ii..r.--t
    are a delightful way to fviHury wiudlnic will Ii r."ulv11 l" !In .. ....
    youngsters No mailing fees No long delays vth timllnioiiv w h r* nf t h unfitulittrrlli
    It Is to let I by the Hollywood Camera A: Gift come In.M..ny a grave Injustice and undoubtedly I *> I'tlv I'fittrM..II. nf. Mark, .. until .. .. ** my IIHIII.*.' IIn.rRU..' thvunti
    entertain. How easy I Shop and make arrangements jint bring your film to'' handicapping hi* school work 1 P -\I"n AniruHC 21 !1910, Hnil th *nly .....a ", ''h., ....., I.... n '" ".. h..n.
    the little guests go to the movie with him in advance the Hollywood and well I do the: mother and father are I I C :::" f:pmi| Ht M iii''Ktlnif t'> "e AfriBH' *!. rh>- ihitllh lluv <>fAIIJTIIM
    a day or so
    rerreshm.nt.afterward. Every boy and girl should have *>I In lh City Mjll., A l> \lt"OKKH'IAI.
    and then serve them and he will ba there ready to record rest. You will be delighted with wearing glaime* today Decausecf. 1 KM: h proptmul niiint I"A urcompitt* ( HI-MI.: !
    This relieves the tired the the the careful attention .we give each studying by improper lighting In a private, room (or at Ifajt a corner &: r I ,fit r.y .. crtlflH.. | chrrk. In thjttn .f I* Mi'lxrM. V.yor
    event at
    of having on film "iint nf .mr thou.itul 1IMKdi.Hwrn > Alton!, furl li.hii. I'lly ':|>rkllt
    mother of the problem proper time and place. Individual print getting the their youth. Surely you do not ) where he or she can concentrate rtmwn on u Florid. .Imnkr rt >-!)
    ,
    to plan and conduct games and best results possible want your children to labor under the Parent of growing children wtli fro/n yournegatives. without being In the same I ty a Nurcy. compuny ||
    contest In order to keep the same' handicap and a good <*C>IIN.**| fo rf'i |,,|.Inu. In ...'.II-j. |

    young folk entertained." also be Interested to learn of a Don't forget -- for special events floor lamp or student lamp from room with the rest of the family If you have an old mattres* ana 1,>.1311..1 pr"imMwl pinna ftirniH.n.1.| ASK TOR

    Why not plan a theatre party new service now being offered b> I Drtggera' will solve the prohlom This room or nook should bit attractively that ha* gotten beyond the "com tAlnr
    for your child'* next: birthday? the Hollywood. They rent movie of any kind make arrangements very nlc ly. furnished to suit the fortable*. stage, just call the .X. AnirnM <'nnNiiMnif| Civil 1 Hucln*
    "'. 430 H'Mchrandt' )"'il' You will find the little folk will camera at a very modest rate with Mr, Bullington to bon A private duk of hi* own i Ia another child' individual taste and O"lgIfere Starke Bedding Co., phone 51-W. ....".11.... '..,rl.'". < 6 f EVER

    be delighted and you wlil agree and now you can take real "actionmovies" hand and take those AU.1m- i "must" for the serfou* I la ready to show you how and we will pick It up. Our expert rltflit' The to irity r.j...i'nunrll'f nntf nr r nil....rv h'.I.'.|'. rh"j

    If* the easiest party you ever of tho. boy and girls portant pictures. Years from now young student and you will be thi may be done at a very moderate craftmen' will completely ITV OK to r "' .

    gave. without investing a large sum in you'll be mighty! clad you did. surprised at how much greater In cost. renovntv it, addin? new stuffing. ,:, 1 MV,."rnri ,..hna. City i'l..rk.

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    PAGE_TWO_ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
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    I 1619-50 school faculty remains the day night dinner guests of Mr. Youngblood Jut Thursday nightin Those attending the singing at have moved to Gainesville where
    Is attending a
    I.i he course at
    Bradford County Telegraph..i HAMPTON mime as last term, with Mrs. Ola and Mrs. Carleton Chastain. Mrs Waldo. I Mrs. F T. Abc-rnathy's Sundaywere university.Mrs. the
    M. Perkins as principal, and Mrs, Heath Is a sister of Mrs. Chastain. Mrs. John McKInney and children Mr. and Mrs. Flake Watson
    ESTABLISHED B7g E. L MATTHEWS. OwNCft-EoiTon I Floy SuUlvan, Miss Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Onard Parker and were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Leon Wynn and children Amanda Smith, who. has
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    nv :\ M. C. RwpPOI' Swanbom and Miss Louise Hauler I son, Buford, of Homestead, are Albert Newman In Starke last Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. 'I been spending some time viKittng
    ubUllhNl Every Friday and Entered Second
    Joe Call, her brother Berry Dyal and
    son as elementary teachers. visiting relatives her*. Wednesday afternoon. Edward Broughton. Mrs family
    ttaMeU..r at the Pout Office at Stark, Fla left Sunday for her
    hems
    BIBLENFEItENCE CT.OSFSTho ; The technicolor film "Motherand Mr. and Mrs. Luther Watterson Mrs. Olive Birk and in
    Quite
    a few from here attended
    ton day Bible Conference, Home". a. Christian drama, left Tuesday in their house trailer' church at Hampton church Monday Bonnie Mr. and Mrs. daughter'j Virginia. Sha was accompaniedby
    MEMBER ({j) 1949 being held In Community Hall was shown at Community Hall on for Cedar Keys, where they expect night. KInney and Rev. C. W. her grandson, Jlmmlo Smith
    with the Rev AI Troonter In Y. McKinrey left who has also been visiting relatives .
    Wednesday night of last week toa to enjoy the fishing for a Our school starts next Monday, Pvt. Ottls
    rtacriptlon $3.60 Annually' f LAO For Six. Mootbay charge, will clone on Sunday night large audience. The Rev. Haddock I few days. August 22, with our good teacher, Wednesday for California wherehe here.
    with many Christians having/ been of Jacksonville, presented Rex Brook Ins of Ft. Jackson, Mrs. Ensle Crosby. Is stationed at Fort White. We"are glad to report to friendsof !

    revived and strengthened by the the picture. S. C., is visiting his parents 'Mr.( Mr and Mrs. Bobble Surrencyof Mr and Mrs. Harry Parkhurstand Mrs. Ethel Dempsey that: she
    studying; and meditations of Cod's Well over one hundred Hampton and Mrs. Orvillc Tampa were here last Wednesday family returned to their homein seems quite a bit Improved at t this
    Word. A fifteen minute prayer residents took advantage of C. R. Robinson has been spending on business Graham Sunday afternoon after time.
    [L meeting In held each evening pre the free chest X-ray examinations the past .two weeks In Orange Mrs. R. Hines and children were upending a week vacationing In "
    ceding the service and a thirty William J. Millis Is vtaitmg/
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    Park, where he la
    on Tuesday In the Florida a substitute vlnltlng her brother In Ocala last/St Petersburg
    a minute Bible Study Immediatelyafter State Board of Health Trailer, Depot Agent.GRAHAM. week. Mr. and Mrs. A. T Andrews mother, Mrs. Olive Blrkr ,

    the devotions. While In I which was parked at Home's -. >-......... -- "'- .....-mv.Ti ....
    Hampton, the Rev. Troenter In a
    Store. Mrs. Preston, county nurse,
    if Lure Burgess AofirWherein !Sliest In the home of Mr. and Mrs.
    expressed herself as extremely
    C. L.. May.TRAINING. WHY DRIVE
    I POHCA. NEBR.;==:a pleased with the enthusiastic vol-
    HXIOVSUIM untary turnout of the many adults. By 1\11'11. John McKInney

    this. August' day I save the gurgle of the water I : PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hlnson announce / I..b

    tiiiMlitaU on the common thing acid "Don Isn't it so nice and The Hampton Training Union I the birth of a son, Charles Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKInneyof
    a Melt pleasure m!ami rejolee Hull peaceful here along thl,! river?" A enjoyed a delightful swim and picnic Priest, on Wednesday, August 10. Sanford and Mrs. L. D. Graham
    \ Mil still alh p. moment Inter across on the other party at Hampton Lake on In Shadycrest Hospital The new of Holly Hill were visiting Mr and
    last week arrival la named for Mrs. Hlnson's Mrs. John McKInney
    Thursday afternoon of Friday
    To take a plate of cookies to a bank a huge chunk of earth dropped
    brother, who was a casualty In Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton Ia.. GREYHOUND
    friend; into the water. Tho water Go
    nstuU.'IF.SFIC; ROAST
    the late war. and children attended church herd I ,
    To let a kitten In, come stormy was slowly. eating away 1com Mm. L T. Johns and Mrs. M. Mr. and Mrs. O. Wadmvorth Sunday I w .yr,z
    weather, field. The river course changes. M. Matchett entertained the Jun-
    entertained with a dinner party on John McKInney was visiting A.
    To Iron a ruffled curtain and Alx>.ut the world. Today I had a for Baseball Team with a Victory Tuesday evening. Quests Included and SAVE

    to' mend; I letter from the United States zone Wiener Roast, on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, and .-ae ,
    In Germany A girl who. wants to night of last week. The roast was ICIJ
    To keep one's courage Jaunty asa grandson, Mike, Mr and Mrs. J.I fJmT ,,..
    feather; correspond with me. I can think held on the baseball grounds east C. Wynn and son Keith of Starke, I TJJ -

    To walk in sun and know the air I of no better way than to make of town and was given In honorof I Mrs. Dora Burton, Rome, Ua., Mr. HOWARD'SJR. ......'
    I friends with those over there andIt the teams victory over the and Mrs. W J. Johnson and chil- -
    I It good; ; ."" -_______ _---- .
    I might prevent another war. Keystone Height Midgets. dren, Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.C. : -.t
    TQ have a letter saying you are About ..1.... anti (lay Hill. All I E. Burton, Camp Blanding. Incidentally
    well- I,I are well at the Fred Lang home BIRTHDAY PARTY little Mike Andersonand rV Only % the Cost of Driving'

    Such common things can pleas 1 They do enjoy the new road and Connie Sweeney entertained anumber Carol Johnston were jointly ---y, JII'k"OIl\Ur. 1.0AtilUlt.., 7.88
    ure me, but should. ,have lots of company now, 1 II of her little friends on celebrating their first birthday an- t1lE Miami 7.5.1: Washington D. C. 17.08

    You ask me why, perhaps :I understand they have their electric Monday afternoon from three to niversartea. GREYHOUND BUS STATION Tampa S.7ITallahassee Chicago %0.6-4
    could not tell. lights/ although Daisy did not Corporal Bruce t>. Maxwell arrived -
    five o'clock In celebration of her New York 29.21
    -Elaine V. Emans I mention them In her letter. At on Tuesday to visit relative. Temple Avenue Star k e. Fla. S.CJ7.. .
    tenth birthday anniversary. A Orlando .....'" New Orleans 11.30Pius :
    makIng
    Strickland's, Beadle
    Rev. was here. He Is stationed at Camp Phone 147-J&
    Common things can pleasure me "Donkey Party" game was enJoyed -
    jelly and writing to She
    /flow I love Just the every day me. and prizes were awarded to Campbell Ky. .- .-- U.S.Tea JIg/ EXTRA ravings on rotmJ-fr'l> H..I. _
    Is lots of
    preparing gaud thingsto
    JVBIH. The dally routine of getting the winners. Refreshments of Ice Mrs. Carl Brown left this week -- __ d .. _. ._
    feed the teachers this winter. Cull
    for Flint Mich., where she will on IM for reliable drug
    breakfast la a joy If one has ream and cake, with pink favor
    All three, I understand milt stay
    her sisters and brother.
    visit two
    had baskets of and nuts and health needs.
    a good night's rest. The secret candy were at worthwhile
    there Lorene Fields Is at home
    Mrs. Joe Day of Plant City Is
    of sleeping well la learning to served, following which the honoree -
    now and her mother says will go spending this week with her slater waving We pride ourselves on
    relax and forgetting things that opened her many pretty gifts.
    to school at Balwwin. at
    People
    Mrs. Frances Wadsworth, and
    might fret one. To be truly hap Those attending the party were: the scrupulous, exactness which
    Clay Hill are fencing, too Jack and Marshall
    py one must have little things suchas Norma Jean Jones, Joyce Beal, brothers Shelley
    hobbles. I have lots of things Wilkinson and they jay there Is a Frances' Hall, Barbara Jean Matchett. goes Into every single prescription -
    fence all along the load to< Long Mead
    Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
    to think about. Matchett, Earlene Nazworth, Martha
    Strange how the we fill.
    Branch Church. Nettle Osteen
    and children .of Oak Hill, were GW
    hall got about everything but my Sue Brookins, Sylvia May Swzth&i
    passed away this week. She is Mamie
    weekend of Mrs.
    row of zinnias along the garage.I Albert Ostecn's mother Also little Polly Ann Adkins, Florrle Onann Mead. guests PHONE 79
    can look out the window now and Emojean Hall.
    Shirley MoMey's grandmother.A Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Heath, of Temple Avenue Slarke Fla
    and the
    see lovely colors, organe
    and purple and red predominating.They dear old) lady.HELPFUL School will open here on Mon. Fort Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
    , have had plenty of rain hence HINTS: I found day morning at 8:13: a.m. The S. Sapp of Starke were Tues

    hnve made a brave growth de.nMte when crimping a pie around the
    the wind and storms. We edge with two fingers, instead of

    t"rt more another rain window and wind I can last see nlghLOut an using them In flour warm on water your every fingers once wet In TAR L I N G STARKE 2

    apple tree loaded with red apples. awhile as you crimp the edgd. Bit S r

    They are of a sweet variety and ter Try pouring kerosene down OWNED FLORIDA .
    good for eating. A cool breeze i a drain pipe In the sink If stoppedup .
    brows In on the aunporch. ''It Is I sometlmes.it ijvill open It. I JGrocery&MarketHOME
    really quite hot out and has been :, always wet the top of mv: pie' fW/I
    for several days The with sweet milk before putting In
    nlghU are
    the brown WEEK ENDING AUGUST 20, 1949
    cool so we Bleep well. Don took oven they ao nicely. to
    me to the park last night which Here Is a cake made with :cocoa. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets I ,

    borders along the Missouri River RED CHOCOLATE 1-2 cup r'rr
    We sat for time 1.2 or fat, 2 qrl li'r'(%,.,
    a on a seat along sugar cup spry eggs ,
    the bank. We could look-over Into two cups flour, 1.:: cup cocoa, 1 WE PAY)60c) () PER DOZEN IN TRADE FOR EGGS
    South Dakota. Elk Point water tp. of soda, 1 cup milk, var.llla f i l r;ll J "

    tower gleamed high and bright/ in Beat. fat and sugar, add eggs one Standard Brand No. 2 Size Cans A REAL BUY! ..
    the setting sun like a silver spear. at a time and beat. Add thu milk "
    The amoke of a train trailed a- and flour alternately with a pinch c C',
    long in the evening air like tresses ot salt. I ant bat In sod.i dissolved 'to I
    above its buck. ,All was silent in a hit of hot water. He it j I
    hard. Bnl'.t' In two 0 Inch pini HI
    tod/ <'It''01 t,. Most men IIK. t',nc: Tomatoes 3 29 I Ij
    late Icing n II is cake w!..Ci' I le
    PHONE 218 tad in co'or.:: FOR j

    COLONIALFLORIST The days swiftly are pnsnlntr.
    No word from the hospit-il.' My .
    back In l Home boiler but In bothering ,
    me today. I have written. for

    a correspomlom'M course I ijom the "33" BLEACH Ouart Bottles 2 for 29c
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    University 01' Fla. Son e day I ,
    nope to !graduate: but must study _ ]
    it home now Don I 1'1 at the utoro.Ho .
    has some .,e.,, electric refrlgc- New SWEET POTATOES 3 Pounds - 19c
    (j) rut and b 4 Y A
    i rt tango.i ;n to sell lIe sy hill

    has beautiful bedroom furniture HI-UP JJKST BUY I IN TOWN! T'
    r''i'li\: in the atil of Virginia.!: He }
    s'I'e!' only the be"_ It ll fun to goat 'J
    FLOWERSFOR "' look t.: ..1'r( <* "iU nin ,
    ALL OCCASIONSDISH I.I'. la no. <') spite the heat, 1 got my diploma I
    GARDENS from the Bible roursc. It Is ,j 'r, vX
    25 i
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    pretty. Mrs. Fowler of H.IW- FLOUR 148Fresh 1 r ,
    POTTERYPOTTED (
    thorne had vacation at !II"i ..i<.*.
    PLANTS Two weeks, just she and hubby at tl'
    home, and they ate what and Ib. l't
    FLOWERS; WIREDANYWIIERE when they waned to and woikcd l'I
    I together. My idea of a pleunnnt
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    vacation. ., I'a
    Nona St Starke I God bless all of you and be V.ryn i I't,

    '. thinking of you all. Love Lura. Cut OKRA Per Pound 9c itt
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    easy lltelt !ls 6o,1eN :lIfd ranges are cooler by actual tests. Too automatic ge

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    SUPE SUPPLIES t re Shepherd Ready To Sell & Service I To Save Valuable Monev And Time I II



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    .L Take the drudgery out of wash- (dillon to her school
    Television will\ open up an entirely some programs such as n'.storicbroadcasts ; prepare age :I

    I new world for the school schools of the air etc. :, daylI 'children the Rood hot evening I
    6f Chas. I This Is the slogan advocated for meal that they require during the
    student la the opinion will actually be assigned as class I
    Shepherd, local radio and television busy housewives by the mnniiKe- 8 dealer. room work by many teachers. I ment of The \Va h'll'rla, at 323I I "If a mother ruins her health by

    I The popularity of present day Thus today we find radio and I Temple Avenue. 1 1I 'overwork. then .she has saved

    radio i la given credit for having television serving a double significance | "Just place your laundry In one nothing\ the long run, and may

    enhanced the Interest of young -- not only entertainment ,1of our automatic machine and Ini actually put the family on the
    i 10 minutes receive them spotlessly flnnnclal\ rocks," the \
    Vashctfliias
    people in good music, and .when but education adell.. The
    Pre-School Check Television becomes a reality here news broadcasts of today become I clean and ready to Iron'I >\ys. "Our service Is very economically -,

    this fall it will give audiences. the pages of history of tomorrow. I "Thii convenient service coats priced ar.l actually It.
    onlytOc per machine of I 0) pound silver In the long run. j>
    child should you money
    young and old, a chance to seethe Every school-age Students
    For Children best in the theatre opera. have the advantage of having his !! capacity. Bleach furnished free1"' Just bring your family, wash to Enjoy

    with a small This Is the good\ news broughtto the Washeteria You can either I
    sports, and other entertainmentfields. own room equipped I
    radio set of his own in ad- \ tired mothers by the management sit and walt In comfort while we
    very I -:
    tele- _: of The Wnaheterln. All do your clothes or you may go on Good MealsAt
    Urged By Koch'sWell. Mr. Shepherd's advice to the dition to the larger family
    : woik there la done In automatic and attend to other
    shopping
    public Is: "Avoid the rush vision set in the living room. Excellent I your I
    make appointments NOW for your small radios ran be bought 'S I I BemlK washers soap furnished.No ChOI'I'II.Vhl'n you call for your'clothes

    It little $29.00. and just ;; \ : mother can do justice to her- you will find them clean Brown Derby
    was a wonderful Bummer Television Set. lie Is qualified to for as as /
    of child ) : self or her family If she nttemptt and sweet just as good or better -
    wasn't it' No matter where Install and service Television. and Imagine the delight your
    will' handle complete' lines of if you present him with one of to do the household laundry In than. If you had done them at
    you went mountains, seashore addition\ to her other duties home. '
    Stromberg, Carlson Bendix these wonderful little Instruments I many What a great( convenience it
    or lake no doubt the children I A mother who Is tired out after nomember the Waaheterjn' phone'
    Emerson. and 'Sparton TV sets at the beginning of the new school I will\ be to student this venr to

    had.l a wonderful time and will return when they become available In the year! Also imagine the cultural I MONDAY itt a_day of laundering, Is In no con number: 213.Winkler's I have a nice restaurant like the

    to school next Monday brownas near future. advantages that will come to himas Crown Deihv. located .HO convenient -

    a berry full of vim, vigor and In stressing the importance of the result of the fine programsthat to the school so. the"y cnn obtain -

    vatolity and rarin to go. radio and television to the student come In over the air during I } [ Labor-Saving Appliances a dollclom hnme-cooked meal

    But fall and winter are just around Mr. Shepherd points out that every hour of the day! ; AUG. 22 at a reasonable cost

    the corner and unless you Pop Blumer proprietor of the

    are armed with the proper drug i Are A Big Help To Busy Mothers ; Brown DI'rhy. i I.* proud, of his new

    necessities child develop well he
    your might Farm Home & Auto Supply Ready _. restaurant and might \

    a common cold that will I I b... The appointments are at

    cause him to lose all the wonderful Now that a new school term I "'Inl
    reserve of strength and health I To Fill Needs Of Rural StudentsFuture will soon be under way. It U I I fnnimiM I tot point line of electric thin port of Florida and the foodI

    he has built up during the .. sum; >i essential for mothers of school age; refrigerators: another "mimt" i I excellent comparing favorably -

    mer. children to begin planning\ how to for the thrifty housewife who with real' home-cooked meals

    During the next nine months Farmers Future Home- sections. For Instance If they IIHO their time during the day to cutlet economize by saving all fond I Pop his been catering to the

    your child will come In contact I Save'Time the best advantage. powtblo. You' cnn buy a Holpolnt tastes of young and .ld In Starke
    makers and 4.H boys and girls ride to school In private cars they j I The Modern Mother Must 'I I
    now for a.* little ns 10 for and, he knows
    with other children some of whom will find In the Farm, Home & need never worry about a blowoutor With the servant problem ...tillunsolv..d percentdown |I many yenri.
    taglous diseases he wii be and $9 8.:\ per month. It laronlly I just what they like to rnt With
    I
    ; exposed the Is
    Auto Supply the dependable tools a puncture If car equipped it Is necessary for mothers
    to the cold and of the fatso. economy to bu without I I his new restaurant right on the
    damp
    and farm Implements that are so with the sensational new to IInd
    winter school months; therefore \. to success In modern Goodrich Puncture Proof Tires i With Good Appliances Bob Kite Saw! I rely More more on this modern, fowl-saver whenIt road to school he Is looking! for
    necessary '
    the most 'labor-saving. devices and modern cnn he had sn renHonablv ward and preparing for H heavy
    important phases ot getting I method of farming and home- Even the best drivers will occasionally -i'
    ready for school is to provide i nail 'home appliances In order to have Of course Wlnkler's ,Is also I school tried, anti he promises
    or piece
    run over a a
    your child with a thorough che.-k- making. but he doesn't have A smooth-running\ wellorganized there Is no reason why mother of any leisure. time at all. That Is headquarters, for radios., Includingall meals that tire IInI'e'I to please students -
    of glass, even |
    "Our farmers and future farmers household Is absolutely necessary even the largest families should I
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    up before the term begins. No he Is these magic whore the tlendlx home laundry models of such well known of nil ages."The
    should the habit of buying to stop If using for the and happiness not have several hours of leisure!'
    get well-being
    child can get what he should from self-sealing tires that have beena sold In StnrU by the Wlnkler malms as O. K.': Motorola] and 1 school boys and gills are
    their implements In Starke where of the family especially time every lily Mr. Kite stated. Electric Service, be rt'itl "life Zenith. And with Television to baa "
    his school work unless he Is in smash hit since they were Introduced can a my friends. Pop snys "I give
    they can see what they are getting during school months when every "For Instance, many womf>n' d<. .
    good physical condition indeed saveral months ago. The nover" for mothers of school children reality In Florida Oct. 2, Winker I them their- money's north and
    and where they can be bought I Iprl'e minute counts. This was the observation not realize that a new Maytag '
    U also to take "
    who find It difficult to ready ordorn
    keep
    he might even endanger his o\"-n Is moderate too only I they really nppieclate It.
    aa cheaply as if ordered from made this week by J. R. Washer can be purchased for only I
    I just :
    their In clean clothes for these sets, Install them nnd
    life and youngsters
    the lives of his school Mr. Andrews \ that children -
    95 It Is too
    $23 plus tax so neceiuiary.
    mates. some big home In the North. (Bob) Kite of the Electric Service $131.95. and that this may bo paidT13&0 at all times. Many women. do not R..r\'It'e| them after you purchase. meal'dur!
    out.
    I Guy Andrews. proprietor of points i & Supply In discussing the down and $1083 a month. I get a f(1K,1. wnrni
    says approach realize If
    that they can buy a genuine you're having!! trouble wltn
    Koch's Drug Store would like In closing the Farm Home & InK the middle of the day, If they
    this well-patronized establishment.Mr. of the new school term.A Really, there Is no excuse for any
    Ilendlx for low > electric
    as as $179115.and Any appliance or want anestimate
    to wisheu to remind beat work In the
    that
    suggest you take your I he Auto Supply are to do their
    Andrews announces that modern mother with the ever- woman doing without this convenience
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    child the and throughout I on convenient terms too. Itth..y on wlrlnl't: (" just go j No how good
    to for old classroom. mutter
    family physician -a dealer for folks young '
    has become the local Increasing demand on her time when it can be had for
    will them toinvestigate to and call Winkler's.Votut' .
    that this store doslre. It pay I your( phone lunch be itjust
    over" In the this trade might
    going early new area a home-packed
    line of
    I the International Harvester must have the assistance of modern so little, Mr. Kite said. will
    troubles be solved
    facts at Wink- I
    school If should the Day these I pronto take the of'
    the'doctor
    term. Appreciation cannot place awellbiltuncecl
    gives
    away
    and Invited
    Cub Farmall Tractors conveniences and appliances If "On the appliances that you already lor's. !
    suggest a tonic aa a the public to see this versatile coupons used at the drawing in she Is to devote the necessary attention have, we can also be of I hot meal such as la

    per" or a round of 'bUllderuP'1 ,equipment that can work wonders Starke every Wednesday after to her children Mr. Kite assistance/!! to you In keeping them served at the Brown Dei'by.

    vitamins, then come to Koch's .!and at the same time Is small in noon. "We give a ticket with stated. "That Is why we are always running nt top efficiency," Mr. I

    where each and every prescription ;size and easy to handle. every purchase." Mr. Andrews glad to welcome mothers Into Kite said. "The more hopeless. you Smart Shoppe Offers $1 In Trade I
    I fa. careful "and have
    given conslder..tlon'l There are many other ways In sold once you your our store and to demonstrate to think your appliance Is, the more I, I

    now You should HO that start the on child's resistance: I"which the Farm. Home & Auto sure name to in attend the pot every you drawing should bo or them the many ways In which we skillfully ,we get It buck In workIng 'With Purchase Of Or More
    can be of service and show them / ordnr. Even their trade-In Every $$5 I
    to colds will be built up by the Supply can make school days you might miss a sizeable slice of how to save a precious minute value will be greater If you keep

    time cold weather arrives. more pleasant for the boys and the jackpot. Be sure to attend the" here and there." them properly repaired now. And I

    Koch's also announces that It I It i girls: who attend from the rural. next Appreciation Day drawing. Electric Service & Supply IH we handle every appliance largeor At the end of summer! the children .,",1 let the Smart Shoppo chock

    Installing- its new soda fountain local headquarters for appliances small in tho same accurate% ; are so lined to running n- the children's foot to bo sure that

    just In time for the opening of I and equipment made by the following cnrefuf way. When we repair we round In slacks and shnrtv that tho shoes they are wearing nre. &
    I
    school and this spot will undoubtedly I Healthful Foods At S. R. Johns''Provide well-known manufacturers: guarantee our work. and we emI I it's hard to get. them back into not too short and injurious to their\ "

    be a popular hangout with: I' Crosley, Norge Universal May tall', ploy only professional licensed school, clothes that t In. unless (('('t. Since: this store Introfliicnrl \ .

    school students of all ages in their and Eureka Vacuum Cleaners ,electricians. I the olnthfn are so attractive like I the'! Acrohnt line of children's,

    leisure hours away from the cltit-1' Energy For School Children "With the many labor-saving devices I "Just pick up your phone and those At .the Smart Shop I'''. that' shnofl. to Starke and vicinity several The Blown, Derby Is. open on

    room. "We ate going to cater to j I : offered, by those companies cull 78 we're at your service! they Just rnn't resist them and I years ago/ they. have met Sunday, ton and 1 many families

    the young people and try to give j are glad: of the privilege ofyear- with \M'lo"proa', l ncchilm. and l ap'I are taking advantage of this service -

    them the fountain specials they With the cost of living still neat larger quantities of the properbuilding Ing them again.: I jprnval. How fortunate It 'Ifl that so I hut mother can to
    "go
    like just the way they like them" ; an all-time high; the thrifty vitamins, than the S.and R. Gem Offers Finest Watches The (lily Sales' proprietor of I children can ho properly outfitted 1 church with the rest of the family)/'

    says the management of Koch'y. housewife" will have to use her Johns Grocery' where quality lder. Jewelry ,! the Smart Hhnppi.' are ready for In tho cotrect size lucid widths, |In I and, not have to stay at hnnit ard

    "We cordially Invite them to payus Ingenuity more than ever thl>i economy are always first con the opening of school with II complete school, shoes right; here In Starke.! labor over u hut IttO'P.Vl'at a

    a visit." winter to keep her school age atlons. In these days of rising line of Little Clrla' Dresses, for everyone knows that proper- pleasure It )J" for families to dinG

    children well\. nourished with good living costs It Is Important at'to Best Repair Service Lovely Jewelry $klrts<. and Hlounes, In !Kiirrn Site fitting: nhoen are the very fniitvlittlon together In the (cool cloun atmosphere -

    whol. oniti food at prices the make every penny count but as well ns Suits Shoes and Shirts of a> Mill's well-being and of' the Drown Derby

    Educational family budget will allow. That Is the slime time, no wise parent will for the Boys.Featured health i

    why Mrs. Housewife Is more appreciative want to sacrifice nourishment In i Yea, railroad time must be dependable Since its establishment In Stnrke In the new fall style) Acrobat nnd Trlmfoot shoes. have 'I Why not enjoy a family gef-

    than ever of the cooperation order to save a few cents on the that's why It Is such the Gem Jewelry has come to be I arches together at the I Brown Ddiby uist
    at the
    Smart flexible
    army Shoppe art'put'h rigid flrm-mipport .
    S. R. Johns food bill. Your child's health a high; compliment to the Gem recognized as synonymous with Sunday? You'll b> ilollgnlcd. WI'' 'u
    given by I known froe-for-nctlon soles and foot-
    Value Of MoviesIs I I nationally names 1111 are .
    Crocery In supplying her family comes first. Jewelry that Its watch repair department quality Jewelry and expert watch I' Doris DmlMoii., Sue Terry and Toni health Insurnnco for t the future. the fiuiil.. the lIt'rvil-e. and the at.mosphere.

    with quality foods at the most Mr. and Mrs. Johns realize that Is the one officially designated repair. Ed Simpson, proprietor 'I''l Kralg, In nil the nevcolom, III Strong supply leathers and uteri-,

    reasonable prices possible.> the success of their business depend -I for use by the railroad, "AY"'e: offer everything In thenicer Kiirbmllno un l fulllo Also' popular log construction! make them rugged

    Emphasized Boys and girls need .and deserve upon satisfying their customers In Starke. line of Jewelry and, you are me the extra' skirts! In new and<1 goodlooklng.Ft.AHir .

    the best foods In order that both as to quality and I Another distinction of which the always assured of real value when I'1[t'olors' by lloyd Spottsvvenr nn I u firing this ad to that In (.,.....14 (..i.irl. llratl,..r
    "Students of the present day might keep fit both In mind price. That is why they give so you shop with us." selection\ of anti l Small and It will entItle 0-l.irlilMi' In < .hMHrr..
    they Gem Jewelry Is ptj.ud Is that :it lovely lingerie'/ ncresnrirles Shoppe I'll:e I mi Kliitur, I ll.-i-cl. ri.ilntlff. I v...
    have a great advantage over their i I and body and thus be able to much of their personal attention Bulova & Watch repair service at the Gem I ,: you to $1 I In trade on any pur- i.nt leer, Krnnk. lOat.. l"rf.'li.
    parents and grandparents." says learn rapidly and also give a good to the business and also why they f Is the only-authorized Is noted for Its high standiird anti Parents ui<> Invlti< I tti mine In I iihnio" of I'l:; or more. ..filer N a".,. I'nlilli'wttwn 1112.. a!*.! Xnllr* i.e4CC'sr.
    Manager Harris of the Florida I account of themselves on the athe- have such a firmly established Elgin dealer In this city. And It owners of fine watches throughout S I' S l 'l': 1'F' te'uJall II. 'a leS

    Theatre in discussing the opening' letlc field. Their growing bodies clientele of pleased patrons. would mean no much' to that boy this area have depended on f.iilhir Kitink, Iti. ..I. a "ha... 'r.*Mtliii..H
    .
    ,
    co| lllryli.,1111.1 I |ite .I'p't, IM
    ot*school next week. I must be kept strong. especially "Parents who give their children or girl of yours to start the tall Mr. Simpson ever since he has I I InmoothlrK rent bumps, strongly: II.Crown Ntriti-t, Nuw Iliivi-n. '.'..nn..
    term of school with of these boon In Starke to their timepieces Vllll .lie, .I .I11II'I| dl| ,I.. ..kl'll'.l.' 'IIAliKiixt
    the one keep -
    of
    the winter months should Starke tho
    could read the during school sawing noiimft tutu cov..rlnKwith
    take to
    "Past generations lunches to I Bedding ft.) Ifll 19. Ill, t h. .lltiivi, ,afla'iaij .
    wonderful old dainties and that Is i< school. season in order to ward off line of fresh nationally advertised time pieces. operating. with precision : I I a now fabric of your rhnonIng -, ('. t .unit ,'ai..11.., vthrieln b t liluoitlff, I
    from good
    choose our ,
    ,
    seeks illvnr., '< ami, "I,lntiil .1,I. ifinnlil.in
    i.
    known that reliable
    students not diseases that would endanger their Everyone a accuracy I Vmi will bo agreeably mjrprl'tiol '
    can ) ,
    all -- nowadays \ "''''' 'lltaiirnril. i iintyI
    only read these famous books but lives as well as the lives of their vegetables, Mr. Johns says. watch In a student's most valued, Many other useful gifts await I Gives New Life at the moderate cost for 'iel.'ice'ai'tu" ",,1( 1'1., .... 1101., ''.....rI'
    "Sandwiches with fillings varied and constant selection In attractive displays In Hunt fmii \.ikl\ l I..,". *
    friend companion. -
    through the magic medium of schoolmates.With your I I thin Morvii. I Wliiifi.int,a, It.inil. .it,".1 ..fill.,ml
    from to day entice the child'sappetite Is of the most Important at the Gem. Handsome ... .,
    movies they can actually sea thin Increased emphasis on day Punctuality one 0", :von ever stop to think that ,,1 n -
    those famous characters such as the Importance of proper nourish- so that he will eat his traits a young person can fountain penn and pencil sets are I To your Iren-ngo, children want a ci(OVI-'ll'l. l IDI"' \l. M 1': M.) A.r Tin, ., "nm.,

    Ivanhoe Micawber. Hamlet Rob- ment. where could the thriftymother lunch and be'! able to carry throughthe \learn, and a good watch U the another "must" for the busy student -' Mattresses nicely fiunlxheil, home one tliut i ,\- l.-rk i.r ..in.I. ', 'nit.
    until the hot evening meal best to teach It. No excuse and when those all-Import I liy' I lluv. i-K.Hhv, r> i-
    Inhood. and all the others In real go to find a greater dRy way they nun hit proud of whon they Invite lily. H. .i.l., 'n'. -.l.l.ii. I.I.IK |I'..\ ,1,1, ,,
    action Just as If they were living variety of' tasty foods, containing without loss of energy." then to bo late to classes or appointments ant birthdays roll around, nothing No ono can r,'n\\v\\ a"onl l Is be Ally fur. I'lr 7-j't It R : it
    The Gem Jewelry cnuld more suitable than a
    card old KiultresR.
    today. I an these
    "When it comes to music also displaying for the first time the beautiful birthstone mounted In a especially when that mattress home quli-lior.. t than ol iI l. til lie p1'in ted, In I'I,Irriill I.....",, IS riseS'(,,.,. I i.unlr.fliirlflm .

    the movies are a great source of Hollywood Camera & Gift ReadyTo and sensational Director new 15 jewel Miss, complete America earnestly hnnd&ome solicits setting. your Mr. Simpson business I cnn b.. tornado, so expertly by the'terke I .Hnnlture, It's HO {iiMy to Improve a Cllit: .. fun, In.I I ll.ii Imm-rrr... "nn, IMuliiiif, I .t \ '.
    ,
    inspiration and 1 education to the the rppenranee of your home nnd Jnhn H.IIIV,,& \litrllit. l I'" f iiitmi', ''..H..
    with snake band or expansion nnd, Invites you> to drop In at anytime I Budding Co, ti> Mere nriew No 74 l lllr.lir IN
    young music lover. He can hear look I!Homes where there ho.,1chlhJ..n aiM 'In UN comfort, lit the mime, at i'sbIS.'aiel.n. Jt ....eet...* I.>
    band priced at only 3375. Fully and around. are m .
    compositions of Mozurt. Fine Photos Of All EventsNowadays time' n old ,hnlr. padded with \iirnr.' r\li P : <>! tlllHMlt, i."
    the great
    Take have to be .. ..
    guaranteed See: our window display. expeilullyLareful John. M.. Hi. % M.u. 'li 1"'* u In .Innil I- |t"ui
    Chopin, Strauss and all the otherfumniiB about keeping down cxpcnsvii new, filling' recovered! and hand- adair>"'.M I I', 'link" .....w itViiil
    rnmnonara. .nlaved bv the minio'v! rum I slit-I will Rlvo you iir*. .." ..". .1 C n' aiit| .1 < nAllKimt
    lend yet It In exncntittl. that ."i I'H'l 'in Hi.-, .il.i.\. nn.lfourl
    i p klKrtl t aO'd can also to the Hollywood when the oc- yearn of ail'li'd service at a fraction .
    wedding doesn't your (rhtldrmi nn well as all other tlfiil.. HII uh.i.ln I, I'll, I"muff
    learn the histories of these great caatfin demands) and get everything Driggers Furniture Company Urges ..mbem of tho. coHt of a new piece, ."',k. .11\...i. A .eu'. a-I., .ts &
    seonv complete without a photographer "i of the, family hll'eI ciiitlr.il. >.r us", I",... .hiiil in, iilfuiil, ,
    men through their movie autobiographies record you need. comfortable' muttremi' on which to AltliuiiKh. ; the Stnrke liedilingf'o. "'..,"n'Y '1''I.h' | .liall, pnl.li-li.., thin.

    ," Mr. Harris pointed on hand to officially and thc :lloc|) If they ale to get thai proper hat been located hero tunsthnn oril.%Wlno In IM\I;,mi, rear t In: n.I, w..111.1.kly: :>-.le'CYril, :f

    out. the event for posterity, Private Study Nook For Students : reat and do tholr bent work u It has already built seal. l Nt :MIU.| KI..I l.lll. tlii I .. .1 ii I.

    "And when It comes to keepingup seine thing is true with birthday I year. up 2$, I'M'*. .
    (OFKIOMI., "K: C I.I \.J 'iS'naa.
    with current events you justcan't I parties .welding anniversaries and I i I imputation. throughout' this 8r..Rr'r .> ,i'li rl .., ".,.Ii '..ur'
    newsreel. v.... It's hard to believe that vacation terest your boy or girl will la'ie excellent trnftiimunslilp .at lie llnvnn. e'r...tv' II c*
    beat the movie II all other events of great significance moderate price It I lit ready xt A. J '1 haCas,.. ./Ir.si.ul.. k. P'l.'lilI|, .
    Through its facilities the student days are already over In home work If you gibe him tilethln's .Ally ,.,, IMf 1.:" 41 I 19I
    ). all time' to nerve you with up- "
    to work with.
    of world affairs can keep up- with but the fact remains that school Nowaday auto I .51)5'li i.: or, : n !'"'lItI'\I'\
    h'tlfterliiK. sect
    all the history-making events( I "The picture you didn't take to- when there are so miry outside Innei-Hprlnn: 1 t. J J I- Huh.M.iv.ir, .., murk, .
    United Nations conferences I day can never be taken, tomorrow starts next Monday and parents attractions to compete with, parents covets' box iifirlng, slip covers Iflnrlil l hI' vlrftin I i.f th- itillhi.rltvvimleil I .
    such as peace I '' Roscoe of with "school children siiould bethinking make hollywooil boil* anil rnnttr..xi..,'i4ami I In til*. hy IMW. .!i.. h-r..I I.t inl. IItin |
    says Bullington age must the hoi.ie at attractive .
    of treaties. .
    the signing .Ixitl'.n I C In h. hrl.l. lit tli. ('It! Vlitil
    etc. the Hollywood Camera & Gift / of way and means to as possible/!! in order" tokeep feather pillow renovate.) All In .th' .1" r..i,5'...Hiiiil. ruwri lit the
    Important speeches work these ,,,..11,1 I v..im.. ".. TIIHM.LIV. HupIvnih -
    i* fully guaranteed by a.
    I Shop, and no truer words were their hays and girls around .. .... ..
    "The motion picture also Increases make the year of study pleasant r I II.I I I'M'i.. f'.r. I Ih. .isurfl. Ia
    ever spoken. And pictures become expensive equipment. Just come the ftrenido.! people, who have had more than :2/<> 'lea'lln.i 1 10.. rnllnnlii. I ..rrl'r-. ,iTw.
    the student's interest In and profitable for the children. No In the bUHln"H" I ., .
    more and more valuable a> years experience" \|1.1'| MM* n f" i Twi Y.'ini' .
    world about Boys and girls are encouraged Have you ever thought how important I .. ..
    and the ,
    geography child can obtain the highest marks Call :,11-W today!Ii On Mnv.ir ? Twit Y HIOitii .
    him. Through travelogues. he can the years go. As the children to take more snapshots of classmates It .Is for your child to have i I'hii-J ..f, l.iln.i.. f.ir Two \ < ..rn..
    .,
    -- those scenes of their without a certain amount of home t ccc l-ltv 'I rti 'i'r.isar' TaxI
    grow up
    the far places of the earth and events around school.! the If ... .,
    visit become absolutely proper rest he Is to get the i I A.. tMir aol Tii 1 x sill* tur f. Two
    the community happy childhood days study, and he Is much more likely I I iMtllntliin 'In HM.Irri Yrttrn.InHttnetiiri.
    and never even leave i priceless.Mr. And how nice It Is that they can home and him. most out of his school life .- both i ilv .,f Hturk". llrttilforil .""unly.I f.f -iil.l' rU. "I lull, ,
    which he lives. These to stay apply ,
    in 'I. "1.1.4 ,
    I
    i M WIIMunin
    In Bullington Is always on have thorn developed right herein In the classroom and on the play.ground' 1 1'.1..1 | '.Ni4lt for tho runfttruc- *
    travel trips are an education I self to his books If his hrme provides prui.. it$ 1I."w"y
    hand and ready to answer the call Starke, without having! to wait If you are not providing I I tiun ir M vrn thnitnitrMl ala' litinilr //1'. N Hlmrk'
    .
    .
    themselves. pleasant surroundings, and ) nnil nvn (7,11171) H'l'lnr,' yMnt* ".. Hit, vni.iti.l. ,,
    also learning to take pictures of weddings parties a long time to have them sent out a comfortable mattress. for your of pavlnir. '......Ih..r wnn Komiforty.I I ...>rK. KHnn., .li,u'.
    !'of any mothers are modern conveniences. That's wit hiin.lri.il, 4.211(11 Vest nfnur II.Ii l.sisp'r
    | |
    entertainments etc.
    at avery 1 I
    ,
    theatre parties for their of town before seeing the prints growing child you are doing him "'< ..t a (""Ii ttiiil. Kutt,I ..r, Hnil nncfinry II. .K 1'.1' i
    that moderate fee. Simply drop where Driggers Furniture :Stjie" : ." gritillnir. will I..* rwrwlvi.il. lvth 1 I In twHlliiinnv I wh, ..r.**ir. I 10.*,. unit., ,
    youngsters are a delightful way to the Camera & Gift No mailing fees No long dolays I a grave Injustice and undoubtedly l-lly. .I'nuni.,il. i.f H'urk, until KuNiii'rlhi* ",uy c nitim. ant i-min, the
    entertain. How easy it Is to let by Hollywood : film to'' comes In. 1 I I' %f: on Anvil, 21, ISiS' unii .lliinly .MMUI I nt C ih.1 ->iiiil I ti.u. n ru h, h.*r..
    Shop and make arrangements Just bring your handicapping/ his school work p...i.e...'a nurnxl .,.' a lilKntliitf to I li. stat", nrri 1...... ih'the !nh day ".fAufftlMt
    and fathers
    the little guests go to the movies the Hollywood and well do the: Many mothers are h..1. In the City Hull. A |It. 14'.
    and then serve them refreshments with him a day or so in advance rest. You will be delighted with wearing glasses today "boceuiw. cf Every boy and girl should havea KM.: "h. prop.."fHl. mtiMt b* .Arconipnn. lOD'KK'IAI. HK4I.1:
    and he will be there ready to record I eel l.v ,1Itl.,1| rh.rk In the .. .
    ( at least I it .1 t II. rt' \UyorAtlniit
    tired In room or a corner -
    afterward. This relieves the the event film at the I the careful attention: give each studying by Improper lighting private, amount nf unr CI| >,".,..,aI ( Relict I I'nrl, J.hn city fl..rkI
    ,
    mother of the problem of havingto on individual print getting tile their youth. Surely you do not ) where he or she can concentrate rt.ilium. rtrmxn. i proper time and place. % bill toni fur A ilk unmunivrrlitim
    plan and conduct games and! best results possible, fnyn your want jour children to labor under without being 11the same by a Surety company II-
    contests In order to keep the Parents of growing children will I, the same' handicap and a good "eneral. t.. d i tiuitlni'M. In l"l..rils.I.taiIsl .
    negatives. room with the rest of the faMily. l plan and speclfiettonianal ASK FOR
    young folks entertained." also Interested> \ to learn of a I for went floor lamp or student lamp from If you have an old mattress ir"lo.,Ml forniit may hit nb-
    Don't forget '- special Driggers' will solve the problem This room or nook should b* attractively that has gotten beyond the "com.fortable" IA'Inf.I. from the nKln-rr I It.ih.rlM CHIOSS
    Why not plan a theatre party new service now being offered b> AntfMtt 'nntlltlnir Civil 1 :
    '
    ; kind make Hua-ln-
    of arrangement call the
    for child's next birthday? the Hollywood. They rent movie any very nicely.A furnished to suit the stage Just ..,. 410 Illlilfhranilt, iiulIlung. Jack I 666
    your will i with Mr. Bullington to bej private desk of his own t I..* another child's individual taste and Orlg- Starke Redding Co., phone 5t.W noiivlllv, Kl-.rl.ln., FEVER
    folks modest rate :
    You will find the little cameras at a very I Th. nty ('.......rll romrven. the I
    be delighted and you will agree and now you can take real "actionmovtu" on hand and take those nil-fan-1 "must" for the serfbun 1 I gers Is ready to show you how and we will pick It up. Our expert rides' lit ,.J...'. Hnv nr nil.. hi.inirr j :
    student and will be this be done at a moderate craftsmen will completelyrenovate < or -rIIlK !.
    ever of those boys and girls portant picture Years from now young you may very '
    it s the easiest party you [ at how much greater in cost : It, adding new stuffing\ "I..rk'l
    gave. I without Investing a large sum in )'0\1'11 be mIghty glad you did. I surprised j ,I' 31 I-I' I I


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    PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELy..onAPR. TA1UCE. FI.onro" -


    Jimmy Stith and Madge Brown- Miss Thelma Green Is making I Mrs. Frazer Shaw visited. her

    WMS Circles Name lee accompanied their aunt, Mrs. her home with Mrs. Grace Bitch sister-in-law Mrs. J. O. Tomlin-

    . New Officers And I J. E. Futch to Lakeland Wednes I son, who Is a patient at East
    1j4itAhd1fr now.Mr. Coast Hospital In St. AugustUa
    T3T MembersThe II day. Mrs. Futch will spend two and Mrs.\ Willis Smith and *
    I Divide Monday.
    weeks there with her sister Mrs. two daughters, Jenova and Sher- last

    -- WMS of the First Baptist' I T. N. Limbaugh. re, of San Angelo. Texas are Mr. and Mrs. E. R. PoppHI of

    ::> Church met Tuesday afternoon at um.... _____ Mrs. Adam Green and grand-I visiting their uncle and aunt Mr. St. Augustine spent the weekend
    Howe returned I and with his sister, Mrs. Annie Coition
    the church for their montfily business daughter, Gayle' and Mrs. F. F. Flume,
    1111"1
    __ and meeting with 33 \\t-tt, It'., hard to believe, but come along with some warm winter Sunday after spending two weeks and Mrs. R. A. Colson this Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkins

    Kraldrnra" Polly Mann Of flee members program. the fact remains that dear ole clothing to go with the shoes ,' with her son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. W. T. Jackson visited her Mrs. W. C. Ward and Miss J'.vcpWird

    Phone 173W Kdltor: I'hono 29 present.Mrs. BHS opens Its doors next Mondayto the Chapter will be all fixed to' Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese and sister Mrs.' Frank Weaver, In \ visited relatives and f.lends
    M. F. Hazen program students who are just clamor- answer fall calls for help children Dot Green Jean and In Plant City and Tampa over the
    week. I
    ---------- Williston last
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    r rsrrrSSSrS-1\rSStS chairman of circle three had Ing (ha, ha) to get back to their [Jocle In Montgomery Ala. weekend.

    Mrs. Vernon Silcox Trawicks Hosts charge of the program. Topic for studies Vacation has seemed Blankly Bishop, manager of the Miss Mary Sue Epperson returned Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkinsand Hack to school clothes for
    discussion "Christ the Answer Miss Ward spent Thurs
    was. brief as a dream this summer but Starke Lions Is certainly havln' Wednesday with her grand Joyce
    To Swim for Errors of Catholicism". the Idea Is to advance day through Sunday visiting relatives l buys & eirls-select them at
    Honoree At Shower Instructors the openingof pitcher trouble these days mother, Mrs. R. L. Richard to
    The meeting opened with soi.i? and Starke schools a little and delay Seems as If three of his mound. spend a few days with her in In Plant City and Lakeland. I STUUEPT.: STORE.

    $t. Mark's Episcopal Service Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trawick en. prayer by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. A the opening of rural schools a men are out of pocket right now, I'Jacksonville. Mrs. Richard'spent Rev. and Mrs. Warren Kauf Lamarr Simmons of MonteochaIs

    Center was the Betting last Friday tertalned with an informal supper very Interesting talk on catholicism little so all schools in the countycan what with Jim Brown; Godwin oft Tuesday night with the Eppersonson man will return this week from an visiting his uncle and aunt Mr.

    morning for a stork showerin at their home (the O. L,. Beasley was given as the devotional: begin their terms at the same In West Palm Beach Jim Hurstnursln' her way from Tampa to her extended vacation at their sum and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson this

    honor of Mrs.; Vernon Silcox.Centt'rlng place) on Klngslcy Lake last Friday by Miss Caudle Hazen. Mrs. II. time' Sounds like a worth- a bad arm. and Mitchell home. mer home In Corning Pa. week.

    night. A. Lawson told of some experiences while Idea even If you do have to Brown in Shadycrest Hospital Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.- -l!U--
    table
    the service wasa
    The supper was to celebrate the given In Royal Service. pull your youngsters out of Kings/ with a strep throat "Oh woe mond Tenly last Friday were Rev.
    bowl of zinnia*. and similar Phone 52JMrs.
    pink completion of the life saving and The business meeting was presided ley Lake a little earlier than I Is me," moans Buddy as be Is and Mrs. Martin Edwards and

    flowers were around placed the at appropriate Theflrf'place water safety class of which Mr. over by Mrs. S. B. Sparks usual Lots of new teacherson forced to run In a short-stop to children, Judy and! David, and 8p'8}_ 'OyDe? Sy1CE Hartmann- I

    spots banked room.with bam Trawick was a member. The with a prayer by Mrs. R. A. deck and hope to be able to fill the gap When the team Mrs. Lowell Llclestner and children W. O t tOW TM. STOsS

    was scheduled demonstration of the Thomas. tell you more about them next plays out of town the troubles Kerry and Marylln. Joan ,

    boo. One.table with the symbolic class was cancelled because of br.d I The executive committee sub week Hear that m_ Carl__q Roberta n_ __ multiply and here lately the boys Tenly accompanied Mrs. Llclest
    stork was set aside as a gift table. weather but the members enjoyed mitted the following! officers to (new band Instructor) and familyare have had to do some tall piecing. ner to Birmingham Ala., where Yes The Tourists And Transients Like
    of the shower
    To add to the theme
    a delicious\ cold-plate supper at be recommended to th3 chi-rch; for comfortably located In the I together to get up a team she will visit for a few days.
    therewas bassinette :with a big Our Food.
    a I .
    the Trawicks' nevertheless. the coming year 1910.10.VMS; Nasworthy house on Madison St., Last Sunday in Callahan Jimmy Mrs. W, J. Epperson Sr., hadas
    doll in it.
    baby Pres., Mrs. S. .E. Spark; First formerly occupied by the Devllna I David pitched and Paul Canova & Q'
    Those attending besides class her guests Tuesday Mr. and But UP! still have time to caterto
    Fifty friends of the honoree Vice-Pres., Mrs. A. J. Tl.omas Sr.; .
    members and their instructor Dick Audrey Newman. vacationingIn played. too It Isn't that the Mrs. P. S. Prosser and three children. -
    - -We present. Hostesses for the Second Vice-Pres., Mr*. f. B. the homo folks We
    Tennessee postcards that she'll substitutes are so bad It's appreciate -
    Langford were Mrs. T. H. Sladc just Jimmy Bill and Judy of .
    occasion were Mrs. R. O. Kldd Mrs. W. R. Morse, Dr. and Mrs.A. Beard; Secy., Mrs. \\'. L. An- be back in time for the grand that: we miss the old regulars Jacksonville. ;- ,1 your buslnesn and always
    Mn. A. B. Baker Miss Barbara drews Treas. Mrs.\ V. V. Hazen; -.i
    .
    ;
    opening How about
    Y. Covlngton and son, Irvan. getting together, fellow Adam Green and daughter Mrs. '
    I
    -
    Cameron and Miss Winifred Wlm- Young People LenJur Mrs. II!., F- try to please our friends at home.
    Mrs. A. I. Covington and Mack Don Page and Katherine Page of
    who Mrs. Silcox Members!>! Mrs.\ A.
    berly, presented Futch. A. Lawson; AH III and iloun Call Street spent the weekend in

    with a very useful baby stroller J. Thomas; Program, Mrs. F. B. folks are cleaning house and perk. have looked high and low for Jacksonville Montgomery. Ala., with Sgt. and

    In honor of the big event. YWA Meets With Leard; Literature Mrs. It. A. In' up for Fall Some delays Enos Hayes (Jr.) this week, in Mrs. R/ W Reese and children. Still Serving Our Famous Business Men's
    Thomas Community Mtsuriouui.Mrs. .
    ; developed In the Installation of
    They were accompanied home by
    Birthday Party. Dolores McKnightThe W. R. Mjrse and Mrs. K.: L. Koch's fountain but 'twill reallybe practically every nook an' crannyon Mrs. Green and granddaughter, LUNCH 50c

    McKnight; MUslon Study, Mrs. L. ready by next Monday Call Street, but can't find him
    says Gayle Rowe.
    I For Eloise Dobbs YWA of the Baptist Church D. Haines; Children' Home, Min. Steve Simmons Leila's is put anywhere Wanted to Interview "There is a Maiden Formfor' GUIDON GRILL

    of met last Thursday, August 11. at D. W. Moore; Stewardship Mrs. ting its best foot forward with a him about that fabulous bicycle -
    Miss See
    Eloise Dobbs daughter of figure.
    the home of Miss Dolores Mc O. L. Llnsin; HOUHO Chairman new coat of paint Shirley trip to Miami but he must every type GEO. KOPELOUSOSUNDERSTANDING
    ,
    Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs, was Allo-ette and other brassieres!
    Knight the president We were Mrs. M. F. Ha zen; Margaret Pollet over at Robbins was doln' be hiding out From what I
    honored at a party Monday night, glad to have Mrs. Plckerin visit. und, Mrs. Paul Raymond Circle some sort of dusting Almost gather from other sources Boos by Maiden Form at STUMP'S.Mr. .

    August 15, at her home on Lafayette ing us in the absence of our lender, Chairmen, Mrs. B. ". Thomas. Mrs. mistook her for a bird the way started out on a bike In a bathing and Mrs. Clarence Melton
    Street. The occasion was Mrs. F. J. Shaw, and Mrs. RoyVard.. she and Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and
    Nagle. was perched on the wall suit and
    birth. up by the time he got to
    the celebration of her tenth
    Circle One, Mrs. B. T. Thomas, theIr families. were among those
    Program chairman. Miss Alma Remodeling at Carpenter's is Ocala he was so sunburned and
    day anniversary. leader Mrs. M. F. Hazen. co- attending a family picnic dinnerat
    ;
    progressing and the Barksdale's he had to
    Thomas conducted the sore stop and rest,' and
    Twenty-two friends of the young program leader. Members are Mesdames I the Hampton Lake home of
    are making arrangements to move come back home for rehabilitation
    honoree shared the event with her. The president was In charge of Wm. Norris, Paul Raymond A. A. I Mr. and ,Mrs. Carlton Davis one
    Into their new store Another before he started out again based upon long years of wide experience -
    After playing games, they adjourned the business meeting, at which Durden. F. B. Beard, K. A. New- milestone of progress will be Originally he planned to on evenlnlast/! .week.: Others present

    to the dining room where time, Miss Marian McRoe was some, N. O. Maxwell, l.>. L. Sil- marked up Saturday, too when down to Key West but spendingall go were Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal and Serving dignifies this

    the table covered with a lace elected program chairman for the cox W. R. Morse L. B. Danlrls the Starke Telephone Co., changesover his Money In Miami he decided and Berry Dyal Jr., and Mrs. Jim
    (cloth was centered with a beauti- Rufus Hutchins, E. R. Lennon O. to Its new switchboard, he'd better start on back Smith and grandson, Jimmy funeral home with superior excel-
    ful pink and white birthday cake. coming year After other routine O. Webb, Jesse Newsomc, C. C. Smith, of Graham.
    which Is said to be the last wordIn If these facts are not correct affairs of sacred
    The hostess served the guests this business the meeting was adjourn Corupler. Julia Register, W J. Fp. such how Jack Hails returned Saturday lence in handling
    equipment making pos- about droppin' In and
    givingus
    traditional ice cream and cake and ed with prayer by Mrs. Plckerin. person> Sr., Q. A. Andelson, V. V. sible ten-second connections the full story Enos? I I to Baltimore, Md., where he Is em- discretion.
    Refreshments served tu
    presented them with clever favors. were withArmour & Co., after
    {azen. James Lewis Joe Wilson And so Call Street continues to ployed
    Red roses were used In decoration. the members attending.FlorSmith two weeks with his -
    Julia Bryant Laura Tyson. move forward MtH of prominent Callstreeters spending parents
    Among the many gifts receivedby Circle Two Mrs. F. J. Shaw, vacationing this week but most Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Halle. DeWITT C. JONESPhone

    Miss Dobbs was a genuine chl- leader; Mrs.'' G. R. Mathews co- Those of you who're always on of 'em stick In' around home be- Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson and

    wawah puppy given her by her leader. Members: Mesdames W. the lookout for new recipes might cause of stories of terrific heat son W. S. Colson, left yesterday 7 Starke Fla.?

    father. The engagement of Sgt. Darwin (I. Alderman W. B. Alexander, J. ask Lonnie Sullivan how to prepare In other parts Noted a* signon (Thuri.r'ay) on a motor trip ti>

    D. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Tomllnson T. B. Harding A. his famous "$teak a la Shel- Joe Hoover's studio stating he Detroit Mich where they will Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur

    H. Smith of Starke to Miss IreneE. J. Thomas D. W. Moore Ira Wll- Inc And thereby hangs the I was closed up and would be back visit their son-ln-Uw and <
    son H. A. Lawson L. A. Ren- funniest tar, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. \ laugh-I local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and
    Flor of Frankfurt-Main Germany story I've heard In sometime August 22 .. Joe Wilson al!!otakln'
    Back To SchoolBoys' has been announced. Sgt. folds Carrie Williams Marlon Seems that last weekend a couple of weeks off. family. The Cotsiis!, will services not otherwise available.
    Reddish H. U Hough, P. M. Bare. Lonnie an' Dollie Sullivan and catchln' up on his reading an' vl.ilt' relatives In Hasting ami
    Smith has been stationed In Germany p' ttle Creek Mich. heforn .. .
    foot, J. H. DuPre. W. C. Goran J. Ray an' Bobble Maple hied downto loafing Gil Newcomb like. 1'1'.1 "
    for the past two' years.1t'FLiI. Brownlee, Palmer Williams A. UirnlnR home Stptember 5. service lowest and
    occupy the Frank Landrum wise among the "gentlemen of | .. We furnish the highest type at prices,
    I Walnwrlght.. A. O. Andreu, camp In the National Forest elstire" this week Hear that I Ol'n W. VVhlla Rr.. r I I'ruin accept AIM !f life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY

    Floyd Green, Pate Gasset, Lillian Arriving there about 11:30: Sat Frances Wills of Ocala Is takln' I Jackson, Tenn., Tuecdny. I Isnd company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral.
    .hore he visited hla son-ln-Ja'v\
    Wilson. urday night, Lonnie felt In the over at the Farmers Home Administration j Consultation carries no obligation.
    !Mr. V ,V \
    Mr. and
    Circle Throe Mrs.'' Ward' daughter
    : Roy I mood for eating and proceeded to office replacing
    I leader; Mrs. H. L. Brownlee co. cook up four nice T-bone steaks: Helen McCallom of Crestvlew i-une; and tlie.ii son Benny.. '1

    leader. Members: Mesdames K. I". He put a good coating of Mrs. Wills plans to make her homeat rlends wil! ")r.. sorry t<. hear S
    D. Tenly, A. M. Richard R. A. : that Carr Colley ,was In an
    1 what he thought was grease on 321 Call St., with niece
    Green Etta TI=:lon, L. G. Powell, the griddle and laid In the steaks dred Prather, and daughter, 110111-1 mobile accident In Wllliston auto-// SERVICE STATIONFormerly

    F. F Flume M. M. Morgan Max- And then there issued up I day. His mother Mrs. Laura CREWS
    Sun., Mon., TIK-H., Aug. 21-23
    lay was Injured and Is being car
    Ie Carter L. G. Hemingway, W. such a billowing smokescreen that Spotted an' Jotted.i Guy ,
    L. Andrews, Freeman Register, they all were almost suffocated Betsy Andrews leavln 8n'//ed for at Shadycrest Hospital. Ir i
    LIFE OF Is sincerely hoped that bhe \\III'' ( Kidd's Service'Station)
    RILEYWith Sr., Freeman Register. Jr., H. C. Lonnie thought he needed for a good ole family reunion .

    Boyer, J. B. Sapp. S. L. Peek more grease, so poured In another Whythevllle, Va. Valrle tOdd have a speedy recovery.SDI.UCITY UNDER MANAGEMENT OF
    William Brndlx Clyde Priest Coy Stevenson, E. application and matters got worse eatchin' up on his fUhin' after printed pat- |

    ''f! .HMO.. Jimmy Ilor..>y & On'h.Wed. W Hayes, Carrie Engram, Hiram When the atmosphere finally selling out his filling station tern! in stock at THE: STAR I

    J Wynn P. S. Denmark. J. E. Futch, cleared and they got the smoke Hear the Kldds: may return to the STORE' G. L. (Tiny) LOVELL
    L. A. Canova Nat Williams. out of their I Miss Marian Brown accompanied .
    eyes, they found out ole home town In Virginia I
    .
    Thiirt.. :24. B3
    Pants 2.49 Aug. that Lonnie had cooked the steaks Helen Griffin Mrs..- O.W.__ __ _. _nn,_._.n nl._ ,,,1, by her aunt Mrs. J T'I SINCLAIR GAS & OILS
    DOiOLloTl' IS Mrs. Torode HostessTo In shellac Instead of grease! Ing a few days with Martha Wallat Moore left for Plant City Toeday.

    Boys' Dress Shirts Kingsley Bobbie Miss Brown will continue onto

    Maple .
    THE SCAR B & P W Club Hear' that Marion Faulk assist thrilled over being the winner at Clearwater Wednesday to visita
    1.25 & 1.98 WASHING POLISHING
    Miss Christine Ran
    ed In entertaining at the tea and the Appreciation Day drawing schoolmate
    I Paul Henrrlil, Joan Bennett The August/ meeting of the l garden part given In honor of Wednesday Received $27 for dall. On Wednesday night they

    Boys' Sox 30c ; ANDLONE Starke Business A Professional Florida's first lady. Mrs. Fuller her ten percent ticket Hazel .will attend the wedding of out: of GREASING

    Women's Club was held Monday Warren. on Wednesday In the I Kersey was the first name called. their sorority sisters, Miss Cun-

    0"11' I RIDERRIDES evening at the Kingsley Lake Granada home of Mrs. Arthur D. but she .wasn't there Charles Stance Graham in St. PeteriLut Goodrich Tires Tire Repairs Batteries

    Undershirts 59c home of the Club's president, Mrs. Mewklrk Jewel Faulk (Mrs. !Mooney conductln' a Red >tMmtmmln' Miss/ Brown will return this And Other Accessories
    I
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    the short
    Pauline Torode. During .
    I Wallace) also attended the tea In class, and planning to weekend.Mr.
    Boys'Shorts 50c i ON business session several Items Mrs. Newklrk's lovely garden.which return to Clemson on the 21th., and Mrs. Charles H. Quick ALSO
    With Oeorm HoustonFrl. were discussed among them beIng was recently awarded first They're letting him switch from returned this .weekend after a I

    lloyV' 0lu6Chambrey a change In melting place for prize for being the most charming aI-back: to wing back (his old two weeks vacation trip. They
    the September meeting which will and attractive outdoor living room position I this year, so maybe he'll visited Mr. Quick's hbme in Collins AUTOMOBILE REPAIR WORK

    Shirts ., Sat., Aug. 20. 27 be on September 19. In Jacksonville Dropped In make the I grade and be seen In Miss, for about ten days.

    Were 1.39 DOUBLE: FEATfKK A discussion was held about at the Red Cross office tother some Tiger games Surely hope Then going through the mountains -

    At 98c furthering plans for the regular day and could hardly see Mrs. so of Tennessee both Lookout COURTEOUS SERVICE
    Special INDIAN AGENTWith Friday night dances which the Morse for all the shoes In the nnd the Smokies and on up thru
    ALL SIZES club sponsored earlier In the year the Blue Rldtje Mountains of Virginia .
    "
    room! Seems that Irvin Robbins '11. gtiroH that winds up the ALL WORK GUARANTEED
    Tim Holt but which have been discontinued.Mrs. gave millions (or so It lookedto I little black book for pits time they arrived at Washington

    .ANI Thelma Dlnklns accepted the me) of shoes to the chapter So long See you In the nextCarolyn D. C., where they spent two days

    Sullivan'sDRY i office of Club Historian to replace Now If someone will Just .1 with their ,son, Harry The Quicki 351: Temple Ave. Across From County Jail

    Mrs. fjrace O borne who has left -----.-.- --.----- returned to Starke through! North
    Black DragonsJoan the city. I and South Carolina and Georgia

    GOODS The group made tentative plans WSCS MeetingThe Teen Age Dance : following Route 301 all the way. .
    Hardily. G. ". IVinbroke Ii) attend a District Meeting on I STAR BRAND: SHOES-Jill
    117 West Call Street Also Short & Serial Sunday. August, 28 In s't. Augustine -, WSCS of the Methodist There will be a teen age dance !I: sues! for men. women & chilurn. .... ....---- ,,

    jl Following the business sos- Church held its regulir business this Friday night at the USO. I
    Starke. Fla. at STUMP'S STORE.Miss ;. f
    .. _-__ ---__-__-_u _-_---- -__-__- --__' .- don refreshments were! served by and program meeting last Mon-( pnonsored Jointly by: the B&PWClub i dance Thomas left Sunday -
    .. -- .. ".,:.; "- ..'II.. the hostesses Mrs. Loyree Ha day afternoon at the church. and! the National Guard. '
    to resume her teaching pod'tion
    I mann and Mrs. Torode. rt-// Mrs. W. Q. Halle, president pre- I Dancing will begin at 8 o'clock! at Lee School In Jacksonville .
    High
    FISHKKMKNt: .: : If y.m ,\1)11. the limit an,1 l n rt'nl tiny's. mulling sided. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was In I
    .
    Florida .\vlall..n,1......), of the which I CAKIl OK THINKS: .
    charge was
    try tin- ".\irlif$ Srrtlw" uf tlir. I Beta Phi i program !
    at I Hi.KejMono' Ranch rind 1 Airpark.. Our "Airlift !'S.-r l le" Sigma about Burma. Mrs. E L. Matthews I I wish to thank my many |I ,

    rmieII'e up new territory for the fUhfrman. Inaccessible ,'lrgInIniku" To Have Bake Sale I II and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh friends for the kindnesses shown -- -- -

    within a few" minute by Seaplane.Vr fiirnUh I tIn' participated. The devotional was I me during my recent Illness.
    are I
    The Oamma.Th'ta Chnpter of Mra. F H. Long. and the'
    I given by
    Seaplane, pilot, ami ........1"1 ""''Ll. take )ou then ami I return Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will hold l meeting .was closed with prayer Mrs. Carrie Edwar<1s. Shoes Repaired

    fur )n" n Benefit Bake Sale Saturday by Mrs. W. E. Middleton. About
    l.p.tOIl.lrIHuk U Hie ", Oh. compM recn-all.mal o-nu-r morning beginning at 9 o'clock 20 members attended. FLORIDAOOD S.-\\\1. WIULE-V-WAIT !
    two lakes till ..wlninilng STOR"S1.1'1:0: '.
    ami cafe a
    In the cmmlry.' Hotel. Imingo ; on the corner at Canova's Phar
    'rnnient approve! school tin.' HnrliliiAtlall.m delicious assortment of .\T $1,3,000.000:
    ... ....h. A go\ macy. A Conners To Celebrate
    offer 1'rHaie. rontmenlal.. Flight Intriirt home-made pies and cakes will be I
    Arailiiny
    Florida wood naval stores the
    'r, Seaplane, anti Mulll-t-nglno rating" *. available.It Golden Wedding modern version of one of the New Low Prices!
    Starke and Kryotimt Height. Ur"l| I" an,l was decided! at the Monday
    l..H-utrd. hi-twrrn to meeting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner :will State's oldest Industries now an
    ..,." u" auk for Roy II. Browning. night meeting change celebrate their fiftieth weddinganniversary Important part of the State'seconomy
    and third Half soles
    dates from the first
    1t.NC'USU AI HI'.%RK were valued at approximately -_ .. __
    KKY9TOMC: house
    ... Monday In each month to the second with open at (:Men') $$1.50 .No. 5vI m .
    bnC_. KejMone Heights .,,'. Ph. Kr)..tu.u' S II. It and fourth Mondays. The next their home on the Ralford Hoad $15.000.000 last year, the

    regular meeting to be held September Tuesday afternoon August 23 research and Industrial division IT'S PAINT-UP TIME !
    ,
    12 at the Woman's Club from two o'clock on. No Invita- of the Florida State Chamber of Half. Soles

    building. tions are being sent, but all relatives Commerce reported recently In Women's $1 00 Revive those slumping
    i its weekly business review. ( ) summer spirits by
    RIDINGCOMFORT and friends of tile family arc painting: your home :NOW. Make your !selections --

    ( \VSCS Bible StudyThe cordially invited to enjoy this occasion : I from our full line of famous Sherwin-

    with them. Indies Lifts -. 25c up Williams Paints Enamels and
    Local News : Varnishes. Askus
    ; WSCS of the Methodist i
    NOTICEA for any painting advice ou need Look
    Church will hold a bible study Bible Study will be held at I SHOES SIIINED; over our color charts this week.
    Tuesday August 23, at 10 a m. at
    AT ITS BEST the Educational Building. The remainder Pine Level Baptist Church con. Mrs. Vlda Dyal returned Saturday :- AT -

    of the book. "The New- ducted by Dr. D. B. Clapp of after a month' visit with her F.II.A. Remodeling or Repair Loans can be

    With i Shepherd's Plastic will ness be of given Life"by by all Eatelle three circles.Coran night Tallahassee, August beginning 22. 8:00: p.m.Monday, 'each daughter., In Russellvllle Mrs. Lillian, Ala.Montgomery S'T A.RKESHOE obtained. Let us explain to you. .

    evening throughout the entire Miss Josephine Beasley and
    A covered dish luncheon will
    I
    COVERSCHAS. week.I Frank Lee Ayers of Ocala were
    SEAT follow the conclusion of the study I
    period. This meeting has the pro- hope you will avail yourselfof weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. I .REPAIR

    I mise of,being wellworth attending. this opportunity of hearing this Nate Dyal and family and of their I 'ZTARKE'iffRS'SUPPLI5* .
    great man of God. Come and sister Miss\ Madeline Beasley, who

    C. SHEPHERD Wesleyan Guild i bring your friends. .Is spending the summer here. >l.: }'. Hudson, Proprietor
    i W. B. Hall Pastor Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and c:

    RADIO TELEVISION: SEAT COVERSCourt Wesleyan Service Guild of the I Ladies while shoes $1 pair daughter Marian Rose, spent Sun.j Acnw St. form Park TheatreI I" S.A.L. DEPOT.(7Eh.45w...
    Methodist Church' will meet at the
    Mr. and
    with
    Fla. day in Fernandina
    Stark.
    Madison St... (values to $6.95) at THESTAK
    22.
    church Monday night August ; Mrs. Al Manassa and daughters. i
    at 730.: Regular meeting. i I STORE








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    Dr. and Mrs. M. C. 'Stith and, Dr and Mrs. M. B. Herlong returned ,' Mr. and Mm Jim Cooper motor. I Mn.. G. W. Alderman has as her Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crundwell Mrs. Nell Crews visited her I .PETERS: shoes for ladies Mr. and Mrs T. G. Car\

    daughter, Sandra Beth, Bob Stith, Sunday after spending several i ed to Keystone Heights Sunday. guests her daughter, Mrs. Blanche and two sons of St. Augustinewere mother Mrs. T L. Rob'nson, In & girls: at the STAR STORE I Providence visited her sister\

    Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stith, and days with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 'i The Coopers> moved Into the re Vandivlere and grandson Stewart the weekend guests of Mi Douglas Ga., last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. VV. L EUwar'U J. tl. Fields Sunday

    Mlslt Peggy Tasker of Falls Robinson in Jacksonville The cently vacated home of Mrs. PaulE. Vandlviere of Bay Pines. They and Mrs. L. D. Sullivan. Tommy Kninos wa tho week. and daughter, Predrlcha, of Jacksonville The State Nursing Consultant

    Church, Va., 'just outside Wash Herlongs left yesterday to upend I I Canova, Jr., on Washington St. will be here for several days. Mr. and Mrs.\ Alex Yawn spent end guest of Dutch Smith: at were guests of Mrs. W H. I Mrs. J F. Sogaard of the State

    ington. D. C., arrived Wednesday a week at the Robinson's camp In this week. Mrs. Jeanette Klncald arrived the weekend In New Smyrna.Mr. Kingsley Lake. Struth and Miss Kate Struth Sun. Board of Health In Tallahassee

    night to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ocala Forest on Lake Delancy. I Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Williams of Wednesday from Tampa to spuiid and Mrs. Bill Graham: had Dress fabrics, patterns! and day. I I spent some time last week, with

    Brownlee and family for the next DeWitt Crawford who is attend Gainesville spent the weekend at I a couple of weeks in Stnrke. ss their guest Sunday Mrs. Q. J. '"-'''in-* notions at STUM18.: Mr. and Mrs. AV. M Wimberly the .county health nurses Mrs

    three weeks. ing the summer session at the their cottage on Klngsley Lake. Friends will be glad to know that McGriff, Jr., of Gainesville. On Mr. and Mrs. C. I.'. Buyer' Jr., had as dinner guests Monday Mrs. Rustlt: McKnlght and Mrs James

    Mrs. Marion Reddish returnedto University of Florida visited hU Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyhad she Is feeling' much better although Monday Mrs. Graham's>> brother-in- and daughter Miite: viait-U their Jessie Mae Blakely Mrs. Uil] Preston.

    her home Sunday after spending parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Craw. as their guests Sunday, Mr. I I she still Is not fully recovered law, F:. A. Row ton, of Tallahassee grandmother M-... Dell Manning; Thomas, and Harry Sanford all of Mr. and :Mrs. I. II. Hazen of

    three ;weeks with Mr. and Mrs. ford. last weekend and Mrs. McLure and family and from her recent illnessof visited them I'd aunts here Sundty. The Boveis Jacksonville.Mr. Jacksonville and G. \V. Hazea of

    Al :Manasaa of Fernandina. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tanner of''I Howell Brantley and two friendsall typhoid fever. Glsbon Mann, Mr. and Mrs. K. ) are fro n nl"n8.l Frnrie, soil. and Mrs. H. B. Boyd of Atlanta Brooker were Sunday guests of
    of Jacksonville.Jay I Di'ihill b\-lts & suspenders: C. Mann's young .son, spent am planning t > mnke their< honin will arrive Saturday, to \Mr.\ and Mrs Lucian O HUen.

    Mr. Dallie Katherine Epperson and daughter Tampa were Friday night guests!I !Mullln of Philadelphia arrived at STUMP'S: ( !\TOItE.Miss Thursday. and Friday of 118tI"k! in Jacksonville. I spend a .week or ten days with \Mr\ and. Mrs Don Patray oC
    Miss
    Epperson andflrL of Mr. and Mrs J F. Jaudon. The Dolores with his Mrs. A. T. their brother-in-law and sisler Gainesville also visited the Hai-
    Wimberly of Lake Butler I Tuesday for a three weeks' McKnight and Miss grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. W H Hart und
    were Tuesday night guests of Mm. Tanners to were returning, from a ,visit with his aunt Mrs. A.V.. Dottle Sue Biggs spent Tuesday Houze, In Valdosta, Ga. daughter Kay, .pAnt S'imluy In Mr. and Mrs. Harley K Stiong .1 ens over the weekend
    trip Augusta Ga.
    Anderson Anderson Sr., Jay rode a motor- night and Wednesday with Dr. A little more for a little loss! Jacksonville _._. _._._.._.._u.__.._._,_._-.-_.._-.,--.--_._--.--,-.---
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    Every day bargain dayat cycle down from Philadelphia and and Mrs. A. Y. Covington at their at THE STAR STORE;; *. Mr. and Mrs. Carson R rt4 ,
    Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
    Halle Jr., the STAR STORE j had some Interesting experiencesto Kingsley Lake home. I Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch and have returned from a two w ..k..'

    and two daughters of Miami left Mrs. Lula Mott and Mrs. C. (I. tell on his arrival here. Mrs Annie K. West of Halatka, children Martha. andCharley of vacation visiting their p.ir.-ntu..,
    Saturday wfter spending week Barksdale KOCH DRUG STORE I II
    a
    visited Mrs. Ellen Kerce
    Mr. and Mrs. Willis F. Smith Tallahassee arrived to
    here with their parents, Mr. and who is was a recent guest of her cousin, Monday Mrs. Miiudn\ Roberts, and Mr and
    a patient at Alachua
    and daughters, Sherre and Jenova Mrs. Lelia Mae Weeks.Mr. spend a few days with his parents, Mrs. G A. Grahame, of MicinopyFriends .
    Mrs. W. Q Halle. They will visit
    County hospital in Gainesville!
    of San Angelo Texas are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch.
    and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell .
    spent will be Interested i to
    Mrs.\ Halle's family In Arcadia before Sunday. friends and relatives In Starke Mrs. Emmalyne Matthew of "
    .
    returning to Miami. Mrs. B. T Thomas and daughter I and elsewhere In the county this last bbs weekend sisters.In Mrs.Jacksonville H. B. Garret visiting Ocala spent the weekend with hur know that Milts Joan Carpenter. I CUT RATE PRICES I II

    :Miiu Virginia Engram spent Miss Alma Thomas visited friendsin week. Mr. Smith. a former student and Mrs. R. A. Lee. patents, Mr. ant Mrs L. U. Mor.Sen. will teach the second grade children I I

    Live Oak Monday. of BHS left Starke about 12 for the first two weeks! of
    Sunday In Jacksonville: visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin have
    Buddy Faxon was at home from I years ago and is now a surveyor Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty had. school Miss Carpenter Id also '
    her uncle and aunt, M-. and Mm. had their grandson Cliff Mendoza.
    Florida Souhtern College In Lakeland with the American Petroleum as Sunday evening guests Mr. and planning to enter the Universityof I
    Charles Snyder this weekend. Corp., In San Angelo. of Jacksonville visiting them the :\1 rs. MtLji;: Sc Peter and' Miss Florida In Gainesville the cornIng I II I
    I past week Cliff's mother Mrs.C. I
    Chesterfield hats for men C. Mendoza and Miss Gloria Beryl Moil-in.I l ot Galnu tilli\ >. term. Back To SchoolSPECIALS

    I t "= TUMP'S DEPT. STOJIE. Johns I ,
    spent Wednesday' with the
    Every Branch of Mr. and Mrs. Van Patel and
    I
    Griffins and
    Cliff returned to
    Miss June Patel visited Mr. and Jacksonville with them. MICHIGAN RANCH ) I
    INSURANCEH. Mrs. M B. 'Galloway In PalatkaTuesday. I
    'Mr. and Mrs. H P. Gillen and I)

    -- Friends will be interested to daughter, Paula, returned Tues I S MILES SOUTH; OF STAUKE ON ROUTE 100
    day night after two weeks'
    know that Sgt. John D. Andersonhas a visit
    with Mr. Glllen's parents. Judge en
    arrived back in the States
    from and Mrs. Guy Gillen, in Lake &) >
    C. WALL AGENCY Germany and is now at the -i
    Friday & Saturday ONLY
    .
    Westover, Ma: s. AFB He experts City.Mr. Z
    to be home for a visit In and Mrs. Billy Dowllng! had o 0 >
    PLEASE PHONE 146
    as Sunday guests Mrs. Dowllng's

    Constant a few Misses days.June and Dottle Patel parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Matthews <: en'J ,15c SCRIPT & cI
    Service
    Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- of Palatka and other 5I1 -
    were shopping In Jacksonville Fri. .. 5
    friends ,Mr. and Mrs. James Dyer, n I I
    day.Mrs. of Gainesville.Mr. I '.
    Kffle Johns spent several -<
    and Mrs. L. B. Jordan an1 Q PARKER INK
    days In Jacksonville visiting her ItKINO Tin: KNTIUK: l

    sister, Mrs. J. J Gross and niece, son, Harold. of Oviedo visited Mr. FAMILY TO DI\K en

    Mrs. Mena McCrutcheon, and also and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. IN OUR CIJCAN CAFB
    Carrie Ritch last weekend. I
    a friend Mrs. T. Wilson.

    FOrt KKXT" flirn 3-rm apt. EI..... FOIl UKVT: At Uiwtey: !-rm... A Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. Newcnmb Milts Diane Gillen, Mr. and Mrs COMPLETE LINK OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES
    Htuvt .A.. ,refrlfc., utllltl tur.__.. I*. beth tllrn. ft"t.i Kitchen nan vlec. and children of Orlando were H. P. Glllen's daughter, returned i
    D yesterday a two month's vacation
    lin.' -lalli IIOUHC_l''tt Water weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
    FOR SALE: VRpft radinn. phnnogruphH heater quired for Clove, Contact G S. Newcomb. at Camp Montreal for I THEATRE PENCIL BOXES LUNCH KITS
    / ptirtablefi. 15'! "" "". fhflflO Mi. ,. Jovce TKut; <'h, itFlilt Girls at Montreal. N. C. 11 II
    Shepherd.) RadIus Seal Govern. Friends of Lloyd J. Green who STARKE I 29c & 59c
    Court & Madison StH. tf "SAI.K:. 11 tu. ft. giant rnparlty underwent an operation last Thurs Mr. and Mrs J. L. Ogden and $2.59
    I'hllro rerilirxiutor. Only' J1 DO .
    Lee of Beach visited
    son. Pompano
    I down day at Riverside In Jacksonville .
    ... pmt All deluxe featured Hospital
    .1111.LL 1)1111.0' 10Z ,i'.. .1C...N- ,worthy General I'IIP.lIe. will be Interested to learn Mr. and Mrs E. J, Dowllng. Saturday, Aueust! t 20) I Tues.! Wed., Auir.: 23.: 21DOUHLK t I t SCHOOL BAGS Cloth Loose Leaf
    : 4AInrb writ 4k fmmt 7-UI%f Sr., Sunday. The Ogdens were
    ....< .. that he ex poets to be home the I JlIIn.l'EATUlm : FKATURKVIHOINM
    .U. oA rfi..tred 1 ,
    Phone 13, nr Wrlti to: Foil,' fUl:':: '' ::.rm. rottnira. apt., first of the week. returning from a six weeks' vacation $1.95 NOTE BOOKS
    p\t, barn mreeried prh. elerrefrlir I LAW OF THE
    J. A. ntft'4errrMaoclenny through Texas, Oklahomaand
    ria. a4tft'rSELL vim, >toe A beatar, all l Mrs. Frances Dodson and son, I
    .1 iitllltleii. I I I.I. ,Slniniuim'''rn., No 311 4 ihllilren.W.I Ma.lHon' Mrn. Darrell, returned Tuesday from a BALL-HAND Arkansas. GOLDE N WESTHale MAYO WATERCOLORS 2 & 3 HOLES

    YOUR TIMBER St lip two weeks' visit with relatives In rubber foot- ( ) ZACMAtf
    Searcy Ark. wear! for the entire family at
    NOW roi 11! H M.B 11g49 frxp Orange or AND I SCOTT '
    Highest Cash Prices Paid ,Palmetto' Honev. "Ir.'n./I.. inIii.mid Mrs. R B. Wester of St. Petersburg TilE STAR STORE OOKOTWV
    11. tin for (210.!2, "poxtpuld. ::1'1 stopped for a visit .with relatives Mrs. T. H. Slade visited hrr I SOS SUBMARINEForeign MALONE HOME NEEDS
    Uruover. Lit' out h.*". Kin I'
    WILL BUY IN BULK il'| 9-1 In this section on her way brother and sister.In-law, Mr. and I' ( Cast) .. '
    WAHNtl MOI ttaw
    l i
    OR IN UNIT F'.nidflern'It I llr\l t : ..etilo|Furn.' neulv IIOIINO t decoratedilln.lvK licdtniH!';: ; ';::. I back. home She from visited a' her visit son In Clnrlnattl. Roy- Ga.Mrs.. lust J. W.weekend.Jackson in Baconton j. Also "',"ouden Indian" Car JOUVHOM 'SitS anmueessi_ WStIil s.aasI.ti RIUiAliD BWIt 10c. & ISc Water & Tea Glasses 5c I

    EDWIN-W. PECKOr t Hnrrliiirtoit" 4D5' 1 12. I 10thSt itp Roberts Jr. in Lake Butler and Her friends will be glad to hear loon & "Batman & 1ohln"Serial AND) .

    her uncle. C:: A. Supp, at New that Mrs. Titus Olson returned to .
    John W. Turner ,,'nnI.I:: 1 "KOCH" home. 7 vrm.. old. River. her home Wednesday afternoon A THOUSAND "ThirtTIlSTAUTHINTIC I 25c WATER PITCHERS - 19c''
    1'. O. Box 4fi3 J.\trii; gentle. uoikn, anywhere Mrld Sun.. iMon., Auir. 21. 22
    *. <>l will. t'alfor low & calf. .Airs James Smith and Mrs. EfIV after spending about a week) at CHILLS I It. t
    Gainesville, Fla. .., ,... eI
    .r unl I .
    .u.) 1'etoalnwrlicht.I
    Johns will spend Saturday and Shndycrest Hospital with blood: WARNER BROS! New t
    ;
    69c
    I.HW BREAD BOXES
    l -v Klu 2t"|>H'2(1( t.. $1.00 - -
    Sunday In Tlfton, Ga.. rel poisoning Mrs. Olson reports that # :
    visiting
    I Thrill InTh ) RI811.filE
    Send me a postcard and ', I '
    Af.r STM.r: nxalluble In "Madern atives.Happy. lie Is ,
    much better
    feeling but i U
    will \Ahuin i I' tV MaiHoiiette:' ilreflnen., I nttaimnint :
    see
    come you. fllttA """,.. MWeatertt. HnKurltt.Klxoi : 'Home! ladies' dresses still rather weak. I II L filE fl'UPlfllYlfll 75c TRASH CANS - 39c I

    ,...It.P'T HFFOHB: itnn ... ...I ...214... [:'i..rk.-I to Ci"::. ,lluaulirtil,..., Htarke I i mnterlulx_ It I $1.9! !).> at 1'111STAI: ( STORK: *" I Friends of George A Anderson i.r' n.i..se' U.U Unllacl Mist.ThIlrs. I t ,
    IIKtOY: AT 1MM. P. .V. ''-'\'r HV.l .- -' Mrs l P M. McMillin of St. I will bn happy to hear that tu Is L
    ,; (.IFT 1HOP.BUWAXNKE tf KQFtLi:-.at ""UAVa.l nil I )iod-
    > IIIM n'O
    ., Improving after a recent operationat I : Reg. $3 Toni Special Combination ,$2.29 ,
    rm milt 1'1. HIM, .'h(HIT,, A InrierMprin" I Petersburg spent the first of thlll '
    POfNTY T.I\'F.>1TOCK mnttr"HM. H.*rtf n wHMhfnir "much week with her mother Mrs J. J. St. Luke's hotipltal In Jiicksonvllle .
    Roll bed Mm.O. Hrown nt .. Fri., AMR. 2;) :2DOUKLI
    :MAHKKP: : Ant-lion Kale .aeh W*<1 1Ownol I away I He expects to return to his .
    operated I Ig I. n Odorn _Lorf'nsoeenhoi_ ; >, It pIjOM'p RlRdon. and 'brothcr-ln-luw and 25c BRISTOL BLADES 5c
    Jr. Ph. 21! : Tin plr red| in n!" (fee"n t l.*>
    RAI..K: You'll fInd n.. bptti'imrnuherrv ., "" IMi rent.dark l l..gs. Name Knte.' RI don and grandrlnlighter, (;iothum Hold' Strut' Ntlon .
    plants in liinOrnn. !, Finder jtl .HHt* notify Leroy Tim. Vlda Jean Gentry returned to StPetersliiirK ''I..n It,t STITi\H"S STORK. CYCLONE AC/7OA4 .. ::
    .
    .
    Cciunlv than mln..-* thev must I I miin Riiiford Kin' ItpNTBD' i iI .' t DRESS & POCKET COMBS 3c
    .it'.! !lIy the bed. or tho.*.uid( John with Mrs. McMillln Mr. and Mrs. B. IIatz: : ail)
    1). DI,.KH. lb >'''1. N, "' $taI kIttfa .,1.8',"' W I.\I :- Ii oil: ...White* w'k, Mi woman Nitty. i un to pteio-, dolight Wednead.iv and wlTl spend the rpt family of Miami visited Mr and r IRLwINon/N6f
    .101 4li> I l IMPS ftt* dnv a ....k r ''nv" woe,int of the week there. Mrs C. W. Plckelt this weekend 35c Size BROMO SELTZER 29c
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    FOR HAI.FJ"... :: 2 mo. ,,1 lr1 ,pointer. bird' _rvndford rounty Telegraph. liP Mr. and Mra. Hampton Gay and Leslie Starling! of Miami i I.
    .
    t'lvnnl nnlre 3 Frleml 1litl'l' :
    FOR HAI.K: a new mowlnir' math. sons of Marlanna were here Wednesday I visiting! his brother-in-law and slater
    Stark PIIVBV ,
    Shop '
    _ }
    .5.1SW&i'
    Ttnfor draw' n I'r"ul to move KR
    8ITTIVOlnv: or nluht In I A\n.,dln Uiililo 14'la.21p11211| | ( Visiting Mrs. U J. Green.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs James Deaverat 70c Size BROMO SELTZER 57c :
    your' home. Mrv.!' (1.) llnl'lo, 505TmpIa I B. A. Pope and children j their home on Klngsley "Lake
    .. ,
    Ave. Ph. lfe<. It I, FOR HALF : Krimt-nroof, All tr llnn returned Mrs S. L. Peek .
    PI",.. llottleht' "ch. f"t f'lant* Saturday to their homeIn and Mrs. J l\[
    )OR nEST: rahln l with shower, RI.lo Mamie' To".I.' Kevntone! ...lila. 2tpS2ATTKNTIOV | Not'folk. Va after a visit with 'Darby returned last Saturday IERE. : $1.40 Size BROMO SELTZER $1.15 t t'l
    2 .pf fiirn' or .iinfurn', MrKlnnev We will Mrs. Pope's parents, Judge and I II after a week's visit with friend..'
    : = MOTHKHS)
    203 :N.rh.r. V Mt. !Stptliti! ,
    keep your babies & little folk I Mrs. A. Z. Adklns at Klngsley In Sarasota' Tampa and K'I L\l ROY -
    FOR REVT-: rn'. h"2, 1upnrrheH ... bv the hr wk' ,lav. or mo. Mien Lake. "I I
    : ; Myers.
    I
    ii,1.
    s nt 'U r on H. Orange StMm ,
    llatrtfl wA'.rl. In'I"Ir.i iTCuII1COLOR |
    r
    : i.l nin'I Ten h' lip i Bert Newcomb la this Mr. and Mrs 13111 Graham haves < ,
    at The Little *it"r<- 2 ml, I I" rfStnrke spending
    on olIrtIavllngrd_ 2tpR'2ft) jj-\V: SHiltor' Hewltm, Machine. week with relatives In Orlando. 1 as their guest for the next month :KOCH DRUG STORE'Prescription

    )T1R SVI.Kon ft. frontaae nn Jazhlwav ra. ..h & Term. are available. ..I In Mrs. W_ M Prescott: and )M''"s Mis. P. A. Montelth of Ruslls. MiMontleth EDMUND O'BRIEN I
    In city: IIml&e.rm.. I h".1.... thin eei-tlon Machine\ >nlv Po thloniih. oi N Sln""ehSewlnir .- Kiln Clare Sim. of ValdonU, Ga, visited them from Sun- AND i iJ
    I Hin store bMir., 4 Htn. hn" .
    In hack 3 "m ,IIOIIA,, ..M ftirn,, H<>llre1i lon St. .l.nko City. ."'h.., Phone were guests of Mrs. J. H. Weeks liy WednrsdHy of Ihls week "S. ROBERT[ STACK Called For And
    .. nil), write or vlclt our nhon oort DctirvredPHONE
    rented Pell for $eroo I. mh.If .
    I ",,1,1 at nnr.. ]n. Thompson St. ItpFoil home tiptm rll'.t.'. tft'oiinole and Mrs. Jack Sullivan and :Ira Mae WellH" of Atlanta Cu Plus News Jt "What Makes
    radio & little daughter, Diane visited Mr. I land Billy Wells of Orlando spentthe I 'i,1 I
    "oli "a.ti.l'; J
    .\KC M MK Fte..-li..t.t'oikvr red. II Spiinlel weekn IMipn olrtMe phr>norniT, "h. Plin be seen at R JAlvnrea and Mu. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. I| weekend With \\1<11'. and Mrs. Daffy Duck" Cartoon (Olillt-n) L

    .n;!*,.Slnrke.:nl. Thornton, p. 3tp n. 1-28 nor *Phone MonVnrehoune 9'0' $. on JuithlKhway tf' Carrie Ritch Sunday. 'Hartley McRae. I _--.-.-- -_----ee-.-..-.-.,.-.--a.e-.-

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    S A L Kr : LIMITEDMJMIIER: 5.00 old
    Only I $1.95 25 $14.95 mattress

    I ,R Ie KRIJHKKRIZED : rvK>irclless of condition,
    $$24.95

    .-. 2 (;et your odd chest now whilethis

    Metal I Wardrobes b : : N O N $3.00;) I'uJonth L'.isy: Terms

    SALE sale is on !
    Regular
    6 950 h14CK SKIDRegular _ _ _ _
    Val.I'ltCE i 1 Reg. 9 12 Glamour
    $99.50 $18.95 II .\ H V X Rugs

    I 5. 95
    $ Rug
    NOW I is HIGHCHAIRS I
    If you have been! waiting They are finally hack: on the Sale Price $
    your chance Lower than ever before --9.95
    market! Light/ mahogany finish ("'anliriil .\..M>rteli.r'. hartn-uw., firry. ('oral.

    You Would Expect To Pay $125 I -Keeps" dust off your clothes I llt-ilfi .\,.1ua, 1'i'Ui. Stonier flr..n. Mulberry, 1.lp"t"'k| l : $575 (You Save $5.00)

    llfil. Sloe, Kuxty ICiiw, :MI' <> Ci..n. Yellow, anil Or<'hfil.. .
    '4t-:,, Sofa Beds
    We are to take inventory the '
    Platform
    SALE PRICE
    last of this month. See us now Never Before Have We Taken Such A Chance lie Get your tickets! for Jack lot


    : 89.95 for bargains! Sure And Stop By Today! )Drawings Itt Denmark's! Rockers


    It autiful Tapes _
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    PAOH! SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK!:. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 19 1940FARMER'S


    cardboard and at first glance received ficlal" advice; we will probably on the Strick lands Sunday. They dene anil address la: 461S SndAvxmie Apl._... STATH OP FLOHIDA t. cate for a tax dead to be laeued
    quite a shock. Howeverwas follow most of it -- and save time lived In our neighborhood about a Mouth Minneapolis, MInniYou Lillian J Itunroe. whoae' residence. thereon. Tha certificate number
    are required' to appear on IK: 19! Napperhkl Terrace Pluasantvllle I".uan" .
    of the
    relieved to discover that it and money but still try some year ago and they now live near Aua-u.t 21, 1949 In the above namedCourt New York: I and yearn description

    wan from the tractor people Inviting things on our own and learn "the Tim Blockburns near Lawtey. seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford Wherein plaintiff County You are required to appear on I which of the It property was assessed and. the ar namesin a...

    DIARY us to a demonstration of a hard way". Mrs. Mays has been very III for Telegraph hall publish tbls OrderIn August SO, 1949 In the ahove nam.dJ follows. : Certificate No 33. Year ofEssusnee
    next four weekly IHHUWN.Wltnean Court and cauee wherein plaintiff 1947. emrlptlnn of Property -
    "corn and telling us that some time but has recovered
    snapper" Tom recommends Pensacola Ba. .
    hand official
    my and seeks. divorce. Bradford County : S of NM of SWV of
    l'trnnA
    By Sam McCarvey they had Installed a new CycloneAir hla for good pasture from April! enough to go around again. neal. at Htarke, Florida this July Telegraph. ahall publIsh this OrderIn NBl 8 8. Township e South,
    27. East S
    IU49. Hang 21 containing acre
    Cleaner on the tractor. This! to Novemvber. that stll next four weekly Inauea.Wltneaa :
    .. Says we Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Hickey (OFFICIAL SAL: A. J. Thomas" mor or lent Name Tn which a**
    The author will bn glad to r device filters air before it to my hand and official leaned R. M. Alvarea, Jr. All of
    goes do not have a good year-arounc Aa Clerk of said Court .
    and seal at Florida, this July
    night .Starke
    Sunday Monda.ywith
    celvn Item of Interest conccrnhig bath cleaner another spent Ov Haven Crosby, D. C. Bald property. being; In the Countyof
    the oil
    1919.
    grazing which will work. : zn .
    system Bradford.' State of F1rida. Un.I.
    In Mom and Dad Strickland. T. Frank nndrum, Starke, Florida
    the tu-tlvltlra\ of furmern safeguard for satisfactory opera- SElectric Atty. for Pit. 7.29 4t 8-10 (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas, lees .such certificate or certificatesshall .
    Bradford County. Siijfirextli.n' '' may Terrell helped Dad to do some repair -I An Clerk, of said Court. b* redeemed according. to law.
    tion during extremely dusty con- fence l III nhorteil and By Haven Crosby D. C. tho prop*'rty deHcrlbod In such certlflrale .
    hr Irft at the Tflpgrnph office or Jltlona. now and ,gilt are running arourvj, work while here.PENTECOSTL tit CIrcuit. .Court' .., nradford. CommtTf Hay Helden. Hvlden' UMir., Daytona or ,rertlflrata will be Hold
    I-a Florida C k rerr.JnNrph the highest bidder at the court
    lienrh,
    nialltxl. to Sam MvOarvrr, \\tey, Florida, to
    I It's surprising how soon you can and Centering uw all over the.pla4'e. ('HHtaniiro., Plaintiff v*. Atty. for Flf. 7-29 4t S-i house. door on the first Monday In
    Florida.an II1Ior. Alice Kllxahnth I rimtanaro, Defend ,.
    HOLINESS month of September; 1049. which U
    Ordered Ammate
    I learn to operate a tractor. At | some ant. Cane No 7436. olice ..f Application for Tee HeedHOUXII the Ath day of September 1941.
    first it's strange. but before too weed killer to keep w red.* .from 10th St. and Temple Ave. Order of Publication a.. Notice Hill No. 1103. Dated thin 29 day of July 1949!

    \ ..... example of what good to the amount of water Insoluable I long you gain confidence and thenit growing and shorting fence. Sunday School 9.45: : a. m.; MornIng OK to AppearM.'rtTH KI.OHII TOl Notion the la. herehy holder, of given the that following O. R.Alvarei Official Circuit Seal::1rt A.ot J Bradford Thomas: Counts, Clerkof ,

    blood lines in livestock can mean: nitrogen and divide by the total goes to work for you. Learnedthis SAt Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic All'" Kllaalictit; PaManaro, whoae.reNlilence certificates has. filed aid certifi Florida. 7-29 4t 8-19
    A Groveland 4-H boy la i raising nitrogen That will give you the week that the bush and bog last got an order for our Services 7.00: p. in. Everyone and aildreaa, In al Aen-
    wIck tttrvet Nwwhurijh. New York! ------------------------
    two pigs one I la purebred the total amount of available organic harrow works a lot better at high White Holland broilers. SolJ welcom You are required to appear on
    other a common scrub both are matter present In the fertilizer. No and with the them at a place where chickens Anvil 21., 1949. In the. ahoVu immitd, I
    ppeed very pleased In ('.Irrnlf ("'''1. 1.If..r", County. Court and cause, wherein' plaintiff Fresh Fo6d
    the same age and are receiving doubt this is old stuff to many results. are dressed and drawn so white .-*...rl..lHi In t boner,., seeks divorce. Bradford County': .IggSea
    Identical rations. At this time experienced farmers hpre in Bradford I S color makes no difference. These Pauline llrltt Kilwnrilu: Plaintiff, va..laiiiff Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
    A. ICilwaidn. Defvmlunt. Cane next four weekly lesuer.Wttzeas :
    the scrub .weighs 85/ pounds while Cojinty but to us It Is vital Oil way to Stark, a ride people want broilers over 3 No. 74i>0.Order I my; hand 'and: official
    gave ,
    information. .., I'hIl.'tin ...... "toiler. To real at titarke Florida thin. July
    the purebred weighs 116 pounds a pounds. The Pan!
    to a Mr. Parrymore who has a .\pprNr. "lnl. nl lorlilil... tatMIUHH 211. 1949. DRESSED Ready For
    difference of 31 pounds or 36 percent Which reminds us that Dick Is I II small patch a few miles north of S S S .r.. A. icl I"a rds. whowi* .hl..n"e (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.r.: Ttiomai

    I just like a lot of other friendly I .own. He Is going to plant some \\'bpn IllneHH .strikes It does so I In Yon 1(120( are Ouk, rpritilred:Street. Not to 'appear folk' Va.t:'cm: By: Haven Croeby.Aa Clerk: D.of C. said Court MULLETSHRIMP SEA TROUT RED FISH

    S S people around here. We have yet English peas this fall and had a swiftly. Sister Clara from Jacksonville S"I..m'l Mh !194! In th. aboveflameil Ray Seii-n l l Hitlilen. Hldw, Daytona CAT FISH And All Other Kinds
    CONSIDER TilE SOURCE : to call on farmers for help or talk with him about how good they underwent: serious operation Court ami, cause., wherein Hearh. Flnrldll. ,
    plaintiff seeks dlvorrp. ti.H"t..rdl'"nly Atty. for Plf. 7-29 4t 8-1K When Available
    ... Had an enjoyable visit from advice :when it has not been given. are. Incidentally Mr. Parrymorolike and all praying for her safety. TtlK raph shah publish thin
    _. outer In next four weekly lutiues.AV In Circuit (Court llraiffflrrd County.PI .
    Dick Ferguson during the week. S the rest of us has a lot of In a hospital you really "sweat it n,' .. my hum, and otti.1a1peal .rl'''., In ('hs.wi'ry.Eiwar.i AKRIDGES FISH MARKETTENTH
    As Is the case when people get Still as xatlxfliMl with the tractor plans that are held up by a lark out". She seems to be better at Wtiirke.! Kl.irlilii. thin August .. "'. nu."..... Plaintiff, va. AT OAK ST. .:- NEAR S.A.L. DEPOTpss.rrssssrrr.rrrsStaaerrsrrrsrrssarrssr.
    .
    ,
    4 I'M'IOKKH'IAf. I.llllnn Defendant CaneNo
    together who are interested In as we were despite the fact of that darned stuff called money. I PK\I: ,) A. J. Thomas, 7434'J. ItuHcoe .
    .
    ,.
    farming and livestock we found that we got stuck out In the field S S C Saw some cotton raised by and An Clerk <.f aa 1.1 Court I Order of l-ohlli-atlon and Notice to .

    lots to talk about. QuestionedDick Did some more work on a field Spent several t hours wateringour brought In to the Telegraph office !lAy John Ilnven J. Henderson CrnHby.' ,D.Esq.:C. Rlrhnrd-

    particularly about fertilizer and when the sun got too hot sweet potato plants, and It by Mrs. Laura Mosley. Understand Non "::11'11'' .. ..Iucksonvlll'Fiorlila,
    as we did not know the "inside decided to call a halt. But In the has been raining ever since. Hopeto a lot of It was grown a- Atty. fur I'lf. S-3 4t 8-24

    story" of how to select it. lie meantime had opened up the reserve someday have an overhead irrigation round here at one time but the In CIrcuit. Canr*. Bradford Co..ty.Florida ) OV'LLSAV
    gave us two yardsticks to use In valve on the gas tank (Our system at least that1 boll weevil put the Industry on the ) In Choocery.1Irlen A

    the future. The first Is to pay attention tractor has a valvo on the gas line the type that Dick Ferguson rec- skids. Wonder If planesprayingcould F. Thompson ThiiinpNun, Defendant., rMulntlff,Cape V., Paul No. "

    to the source of the fertilizer which holds back a gallon of gas ommends. Then all we'll have to be used to knock out boll 7 11Order of Pnhllratlon and Notice "Best Iced I Tea For Me!

    whether organic or chemical so that you get a warning thaiyour do to water our crops la start upa weevils also? to Appear

    for the reason that our soils here gas Is running low and you motor or throw a switch. Pipe Paul STATE,, K Thomleon Of" FLORIflA Whore residence t.l \: fciMAftV; WHO PREFER A & I* TEAS

    need organic matter badly. The still have enough to get back to dream? Sure it Is. But aren't we PRETTY BUT DEADLY and adilreMa IH unknown.: SAVE *
    UP TO A'
    second is to determine the a- your shed), Instead of going directly all planning hoping dreaming, Got our first look at a Coral You, are. required to appear on I ; 15c ON POUND
    AtiKiiHt 2'* 1&4f> In the above med
    n
    back to the shed though snake brought Into the Telegraph S Based! On National Survey Averages
    mount of organic matter in the and workingtoward the fulfilment Court and c.cause wherein plaintiff .
    fertilizer as follows) add the a- did some rambling around the of our dreams? office by Game Warden Miller aeeka divorce. Bradford County: ', i FINK: TEA SINCE FOR DEEP-DOWN: REFRESHMENT;
    Telea-raph hall publleh this Order ALL SUMMER LONG. ENJOV OUR
    mount of water soluable nitrogenHoro's field, forgot about the gas and I C C C chns. Black with orange bands In next four weekly" inauea.Wltneia J839 PARKLINO.. FLAVOR PERFECT.
    I'thus became stranded. Of course Met farmer C. Itsrh and had and a black nose and snout and j my hand and official NECTAR: OR OUR OWN 'icco: TCA.MILLIONS : ..
    aeal at Utarke, Florida. thin July .
    or PEOPLE: BUY TEAAT
    made a resolution to never do thai about 14 or 16 Inches long It does '
    a talk with him about the cost of 23 1M1.OFFICJAL A&P. AND THREB: OUT OF
    \ again. labor. Too high. says Mr. Letsch not look as deadly as It I.... ( :; KB A!.) A. J. Th"maa. FIVE: PREFER: : A&P'S QUALITYFAMOUS -
    the A. Clerk of Bald Court. OUR
    : NECTAR AND OWN
    After visiting the Telegraph office and people who do farm work say Did not think much of it until By Haven Crosby D. C. TEA AND TEA: BAOK. JOIN THE:

    yesterday and reading about It costs a lot to live, so where are reporting to Alice its description. J.Jacksonville S. Harrison. Florida Law. Exchange, PhI If., NATIONAL CORNEDBEEF WisE: MILLION WHO PREFER: :
    THESE FAMOUS FLAVOR-TESTED
    PLOW
    you need the threatening letter sent to Mr. you? he said: "That's what the one Atty. for Pit. 7-S9 4t 8.19 A6VP TEAS.
    Incidentally] he has had n trac- over In the packing shed looked .
    sod Dahmer (we're as about it like!" In ClrenU Court, Bradford ( ...at7.
    for breaking angry tor since 1939 and does a lot of And that's the one she Florlilai" In (.honcery.Margaret NECTAR TEA
    as you are) came back and went work with It. Said that when touched when she put her hand In 8, Mi-Ciillorh Plaintiff. ,
    out to the tractor. Got the the sack of field Gives va. Kenneth C. '' Delend- _/I
    a Th.D.arbornplow on war came on and armies were peas. you ant Cane: No. 7440.;.CUIlO"h. I
    Is mad for seat and stared at the throttle unbelievingly. mechanized he decided to do the a i funny feeling when you realize Order of Publication. and VntlreAppear. tn 12 OZ. CAN ,

    the Ford Trader. There was a' hand same on his farm. I how close to danger you have Kenneth. HTtrH McCullorh.: nv r'l.nlillit. whose real-tot 1 Ib. 95c37c

    ''It has no wheel, axle. ,tongue. lettered note on a piece of rougn Told him of some trouble wit,
    .
    clutrh springs or lever but
    good sturdy beam and fl.. Bermuda Grass In cropland and
    Your Feet Know The
    Bsm. coulters and Jolnleri. he said a good way to get rid been.LONG Ib. 49c

    With Ford Hydraulic Touch I of It Is to plant lupine In the fall BRANCH Difference #/,_'
    _
    .
    Control
    holding light depths WELDING that It will starve out the Bermuda
    Is ell.". '
    Easy sdjustments. Only three L- Grass. By Mr*". J. L. Strickland ANN PAGE .1.5. TEA BAGS
    ..... C *
    gun fitting' ; f 5-ow.---
    to lubricate. See t tas Trouble with ticks and screw. ,. "'

    a new If yon plowing went fill' LI I worms on your hogs? Heard that BEN WILKINSON SALADDRESSING .'.-'-..-. _ 100 79c

    experience.oflfeHxImiU. ( .praying them with a solution of Death called another of our ( I
    # DDT and BHC will do _
    a pretty friends whom we knew well and I '
    good Job of control. See Tom Me- who had been in the Long Branch I ) """ j
    '
    .. 48.43c
    [ [ ii iiWI.w Clane for details. section all of hi; boyhood and ana v

    I .. We offer the people tit Starke S 'S I young man. Pen Wilkinson suffered ? .. .
    '. ; Bought a lot of tired this weekto a heart attack 10 When You hIring Your _

    .ID...........eo.I.a._. UydII.T..hV.ntzd nis plow. and \lrlnlty" one of the 'most plant cover crops. Got some which proved fatal. He August was 41 Shoe Repair Work To PINT QUART} OUR OWN

    O-Too-Tan Soy Beans, Hegira (HI- old. '
    modern and finest equipped Gear). Mixed Cow Peas and years BIGGS & BAKER JAR JAn

    Crowder Peas. Also Mr. Wilkinson was born in Max. K\ri-y Jon large or small given TEA VALUE
    got some
    r' welding shops anvulicre.AH vllle and had lived In Jacksonville:
    Inoculum for the Soy Beans to for 31 years whero he was an our liest workmanship the 22c 40c r

    Work GuaranteedSMITH'S put the nitrogen-fixing bacteria Dent materiaiw.EXPERT. TEA
    employe of the' Seaboard Pallrond
    MeiteuuMntwhmtawI the soil. Will mix all these wp-ecli 49c 64
    low lomra plow. ktte oloVo.11. shops. He was a member of the HAGS
    and plant by broadcasting on ten-
    GARAGEAND Murray HII 1 Baptist Chu-rh. the -
    DIXIE acre field. They should do a job Masonic lodge and the Shrine.': i e _ _ _ _

    EQUIPMENT, Inc. 7MACI1INE SHOP of.While Improving at seed the store land. met a far. He Is survivej by his wife, Mri. S PeL-RMI1t' >I'I'e5t> ; ; Herb-Ox Cubes lOc

    1436 Went Maid St., South Temple AVP.' Stark.Don't mer who has patiently spent over Bertha Mae Wilkinson, oie sljier. -
    Mrs. Fred of Hill and I .
    Gainesville, Fla. 29 years developing a new. strain Lang: Clay ;
    of collards. Managed to obtain live' brothers Charles and John. di0iPSepatlc Armour's Star or Jack Sprat Dexo: 1 lb. 29c; 3 lb. 71c
    Wilkinson
    I some seed, which we will plant Jacksonville; Arthur

    this fall. If as good as wo hope. Jack and C. E. Wilkinson of Max. SMALL SHORT: SHANK lona Flour, 5 Ib. 31c
    vllle.I .
    should be something extra special.
    Bury Your Dead Animals S S Funeral services were held In
    Oleo. Ib. 20c
    STRAFE TIIOSR WOKMS the Key-McCabe: parlor in Jacksonville PICNICS lb. 43 Nutley -

    FREE, PROMPT, SANITARY REMOVALOF Have been reading the adver. I with Interment In Long ,

    tisements of Conway Libby Flying Branch Cemetery. Rev. Percy lona Ketchup, 14 oz. 18c

    DEAD HORSES. MULES OR CATTLECALL Service on Aerial Spraying and :Knight was officiating minister. : Jack Sprat Sliced Rindless

    decided to get more Information.Met I A-IVnn
    Curtis Starling suffered a heart
    OUR PHONE OPERATOR AT OUU EXPENSE; Lacy Conway who said he's attack about a month ago and we SERVICEI Motor Oil, 2 gals, 1.65
    been flying since 1035; althoughpresent
    understand he Is in serloiih BACON
    a very I III.43C
    PHONE STARKE 189 spraying operation start''
    condition yet not allowed to nitup Chas. C. : Boraxo S tin 17c"SUPER.R.IGIIT"
    ed In May of this year. They fly oz. -
    If You Have Office or exert himself In nny was
    Difficulty Call Our Jax Day, a Boeing open-cockpit plane over ShepherdAt
    We also hear that
    Hardy Taylr.rf
    a field at only 18 feet from ground. lone No. 3 Can
    Night, or Holidays 'Western Beef
    Lawtey suffered a stroke of :
    Service StatloCARPENTER'S
    spray from an 80-gallon tank Gay's
    Cut Green Beans 15c
    -
    I paralysis.Ve do not know for
    JAX PHONE 45500 which covers acres In about 40 CENTER CUT CHUCK
    4,0 certain about thin: and hope it isnot _ _ _

    I I minutes.Lacy said 1 they offer "Insect con. true. 'I ROAST Ib. - 49c Calo Cat Food, 2 for 25c
    FLORIDA SOAP CORP. ,
    trol" for practically every crop Gertie Falrcloth has! ben on the ,

    I( grown here In Bradford County sick list for several days.! ; [ II TENDER ROUND 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE

    Doctors Inlet Fla. Ph. Orange Park 2196! |:and that they have about 150 satisfied Sammie Starling Is staying with
    customers round hnre. relatives in Lawtey for a few days STEAK lb. 79c 3 Pounds . 1.19
    - -
    .Cost Is surprisingly low and con before school starts I ,
    Frances Padgett stayed a few
    to
    trary our conviction that theirI
    I with her Lorcne DRESSED & I DRAWN FLORIDA or GEORGIA; '
    I I service wall only for the "big days sister ANN 1 A( EGRAPE


    Build it with small farmers"patches.We they. are eager to do Francis father urn, ,Is. and staying and brothers.grandfather a few Lorene.days Duve'unticr. with in I I I FRYERS, Ib. - OM.. 53c JAM

    sprayed our sweet corn by .
    I hand with a tank-type sprayer and '

    that Is a monotonous slow job. Mr. and Mrs. Ed: Mays\ culled Pan Ready WHITING, lb. 15c 1 Ib. 19c

    Who knows maybe next year jar -

    we'll have these fellows "strafe"our Flea* Don't

    earworms away. j Bother M Red Perch Fillets. lb. 33c
    ,
    |I I'm Duil.d with 2 Ib. jar 35c

    Hail. a ri-ally ilrlioloni. homemade ? PULVEX DDT"

    t dessert this Week which wife Ii fresh Crops .
    Alice invented She crumbles up PRESCRIPTION FRESH CALIF, Inn.. Full-Pack No. 3 Can
    some chocolate cookies In th! but- ? & '
    PHARMACIST : BARTLETT TOMATOES lOc
    -
    '. tob of an Ice cube tray then pours

    in a mixture of slightly whipped -
    Prices Or2No.1 sz. cans 15c
    ,
    cream, vanilla. and sugar then Phone 64 STARKE PEARS
    sprinkles some more cookie I Case (Parked 24 Cans. ) :!.4ft
    On-the-Minit Service
    &
    crumbs on top ami puts Into re- To rid ot Aral inj FRUITS r
    CAT OWNMSi your CM :
    frlgerator and freezes. Good! lice, be sire lo .... ....I.n ROTENONB I DAY & NIGhT 5 lona PEAS, 2 No. 2's, 25c

    fin Powder.Specially formulated for cm. i ,-J VEGETABLES 3 Ib Sa 29c
    I PROHI.F.MS
    PASTI'KK : ow- "
    I ---- -'-- ... In a recent "Pow-wow" with lona FLOUR, 25 lb. 1.39;

    j 'Tom McClane discovered thaI.
    LARGE ELBERTAPEACHES Mix 33c
    "minimum" soil conservation Freezing -

    FARROWING HOUSE assistance given us will be $20. M P FARMER!I WK: KILL INSECTS BY Alit11111. -

    for better pork production! Understand that this amount will I l'I. \SE SPRAYING . S.39c "Junket", asst. flavors lie

    be Increased., If .we qualify for It, We applirale as cheaply as ,?'ICKLY. COMPLETELY: : A:

    if Bradford County quota Is not $1 acre (plus coat of
    per . SURF
    For conveniene, efficiency end tonifotion; ; built) your hog douse earned bv all farmers or if FlorIda toxic) and are equipped ( llEtrL': _ _ _ _ Ige. -. 26c

    of CONCRETE BLOCKS. It will provide, dry worm quarter and as a state has money not fully
    with the latest Aerial Insecticide" Service to destroy
    it only kept fret from porositts., Th...'.o iixt fofitjcwr ittds. whole subscribed has extra or if funds country avalluble as a Injects! in the following crops: Peanuts. Strawberries Fresh CARROTS, 2 bu. 19c SWAN, bath bar 13c

    Phone ......... for complete dcfoili." W, del,..,. Boiled down understand Pepper Tomatoes. Watermelons. Egg Plant. Peas" Pecan
    sa we It.
    Trees. .Potatoes, Cucumber Corn Cabbage Tobacco, LUX, reg. bar, 2 for 15c
    .. \VR get S20 If earned, more proportionately CABBAGE Ib. _ 5c
    I If more money la Squash, Celery, etc.
    I. CONCKITt hOCKS flICKS lAStS I available. LUX, bath bar, 2 for 21c

    'i-t-._ IOOI. DRAIN AND ROOf Till I Checked our tentative year- )H'e use S-/-D WEED KILLER sure deathto
    Potatoes 2 Ib. 25c
    I '- alADY....IJIID CONCRCTI AND CIMfMT round pasture plan with Tom. and ground: dog crickets, grasshoppers mosquitoes Sweet RINSO, Ige. 26c

    he agreed with some, disagreedwith

    ;! SPECIFICATIONS other Said we can plant and other pests. Thompson's SeedlessGRAPES
    : MEETS ALL I. S.T.M. LIFEBOUY bar 7c.r
    __ kudzu if clay subsoil Is within 18 reg.

    I inches of top. Agrees that Ken. SEE
    Aiuiis Building Supply Inc. tucky :.11 Fescue Is good "hopesto : -
    : have all around here plant Lacy Conway o r Leslie Libby

    .. 1036-101 W. :Main St.. South some of It. Ladno! clover docs not (Union But Station) (Temple Garage) \
    do as well aa White Dutch Clover, 32
    Phone 117 Phone 2 lbs. 19cw
    GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA and Serlcea Lespedezea doe' rot _

    I; P.O. Box 62 Phone 217-210 do as writ as Common or KOO

    i That' the benefit of having "of-
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    PAGE SEVEN
    FRIDAY AUGUST: 19. 1919. \DKOKD C'OlSTTF.I.EGJUPII: STARKE. FLORIDA

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    1 I both Moore and son James David, of Sullivan, for the last week.Jackie .
    I organist for hours of worship Dedan Bible Schuol
    : for her homeIn
    Archer. Jarrel left
    There"!! is one great service Sun
    THERESSA
    day night, the Happy Hour featur The successful Vacation Bible Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sullivan have Jacksonville Sunday after visit! HELENA RUBINSTEIN'BEAUTY *

    ing the congregational singing of( School of Dedan church closed __ llv Ftorrlf Cinann been the house guests of Mr. Sul ing her grandparents( and
    requested hymns and gospel livan's parents, Mr and Mrs,, A. L Mrs. W. VV. Packham.
    Friday night August 12. under the
    choruses. The
    pastor's message
    direction of Rev. Earl Willis. The The revival meetings of the
    this week will be "The Grace that
    enrollment of the school was 82 Hope Baptist Church which wereconducted BONUS
    Saves". Hear this vital message with an average attendance of 76, by Rev ft. V. Hogs: rth CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION
    un the of salvation, the dial
    way The faculty consisted of Mrs. R were closed l last Saturday night.
    In a series of 3 messages unsnarl J Waters, Mrs. Roy Gallop, and These services have been enjoyed AMOCO: Gas & Oil Electric Welding|

    Methodist ChurchThe Baptist ing the"works'confusion. about "grace"and Mrs. Jim Williams In the Beginner by the people of Thrreesn and Willing Greasing Tires Tube it Butteries AreS lave up to 331.! Ok Of'BEAUTY.PAIRS '
    Mrs Earl Willis other communities since
    many
    Department;
    public' schools open Mon The "Aught The Youth Choir will sing as a and Mrs. G W Davis! Primary,: August 1. The baptismal service ,,'" on nriHIKT: PUVN.

    day for the new school year. Our third "aught" feature of this service as directedby Mrs. L. L. Dyal and :Mrs. Eugene was held Sunday at Minnow Pond. I'llONK 117 FOR 8KUMCBK1DE
    families\ will be back In town and Mrs. Canova and Mrs. Ruth Crosby, Junior\ ; Mrs. R. R. Carl- Those baptized were: Rmojnan':
    ready for this Important time. gust Aughts Morse will be organist. ton and Miss Madeline Crosby,, ]Hall, Geneva Lewla, Margaret FLOKIDA fiUEYIIOUND BUSSES mad. I
    to go-together
    la the "First of the be the sermon School attendance continues Florrle Gnann Billy Hall, F.CONOMVLEARN : : -
    Sunday Day" Sunday Intermediate; Mrs. M. M. Phillips Mersey. SI'KKI' : : ) IFKTY: C'OMFOKT: -
    week so'may we be In Church Baptist Church to soar throughout the Pianist and Miss borothy Crosby Bobby Joe Hall Ernest Triest,
    School at 9:45: : and may our families vice, 11 o'clock ;summer averaging over 250 with a Secretary. Merle P"ckham and Chester \ LIMITED SUPPLY!
    trained staff of than Seartf TO FLY the easy way. Pay as
    sit together for worship at ln>'f. At the capable more
    the 11 o'clock hour Sunday morn. 9:4S: : the title of 60 teachers able to teach correctly St. Mark's EpiscopalSunday Rc.sUlt.Tts of There AI1 were Indeed you learn. Special charter trips and sightseeing
    The sermon subject will be any age person in hid own LIMITED TIME!
    will be
    Ing. sage death
    sorry to hear/ of the ; Phone 147\\
    "How To Get Out of A Wreck". means of the age group. August Zit: 8 a.m Holy trips by appointment.
    of Rev. J. N. Hiymttn of Orange
    It Is a good thing to know. And vices the large Training Unions gather at 8:43: Communion;: 9:43: : Summer Session Heights. Those attending his
    foresight Is better than hindsight services! are with the attendance retching' up 'of the Church School 11 am. funeral from Therefwa last Thurs
    This la not Just a "covey shot" dated c toward 100 with an active, enthusiastic Morning/ Prayer anrl Sermon by day afternoon were Mrs. W H.
    butte a personal message for each The adult Adult Union for the the Vicar.
    I Hall and' daughter, Ciirlio Mile, TR.ANSFEU.AND
    one of ua.Sunday. the second purpose of "Training In Church i The church Is open daily for &SON
    Ernest. Trlest Mrs. J. A Gnnnn R.B. ALVAREZ STORAGE CO.b .
    evening at 8 o'clock we tion of Mrs. Membership. I prayer and meditation.Singing and W S. Slbley, Mrs. Delaney
    will continue with the subject, Canova directs Mid-week service, the vital I Dickinson, Mrs. Ii:. S. Sibley and
    "God's Hidden Ministries.' In the special prayer life of the church. Is held ConventionThe L Q. Sibley. Rev. Hayman was We operate local
    .
    Come worship with us. worship each Wednesday at 7:30: with Interesting a former pastor of Hope Baptist t lone dIsbance.
    thoughts by the Pastor Bradford County Singing I Church hers "

    for all ages with a large number Convention will meet Sunday,, I Miss Sylvia Milliken and her anywhere In 11.5. f tli
    of youth being active in attend August 21, at 2 p. m., In Union. brother, Glen, returned to their J
    JERSEY ance. County at Sardls Baptist Church,, A EXCELLENTSTORAGE
    STARKE home in Ocala Sunday after a
    All services are held In the Sun Worthington Springs, Everyone two weeks' vacation with their ILfflr.
    day School building during the Is Invited to attend. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A, L. 23%/

    GRADE "A" MILK erection of the new church sanc Sullivan.Mr bf ; F\'JUTIES HIAVIN. -IINT.. EAU DI TOIUTTI
    tuary. An air circulator helps GOSPEL MEETINGV. tegular pike 1.00
    and Mrs C. Sullivan were
    Delivered To Your SlepPasteurized keep the church comfortable" for E. Jones minister of the! shopping In Jacksonville last Agents For HIAVIN-IINT. COIOONI COMPACT

    all services. Church of Christ Starke. will week, DeIcher See 118 first 1 pecial sin
    A cordial welcome Is eAt ndedI I conduct a series of Gospel MeetIngs Marlon Hall returned Friday Combination ...Iu.. 1.10
    -:- rontor"I to all to meet and worship at at the Brooker Church of from a two weeks' vacation withan Bros. BOTH FOR..lJIiw
    I every service Christ beginning August 22 and aunt In Jacksonville

    RUDY NEWSOM: Owner continuing until further notice. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A If
    At The TabernacleOne Services will be held each evening Sullivan Sunday were Mrs. T. F
    at 8 o'clock and the public Is Brown and sons '"Topsy" and
    of the best meetings yet cordially Invited.CATUOLIC Frank of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. REVIVAL MEETING
    held the Youth for Christ was
    by J. A. Milliken of Ocala Mrs. D.
    Evangelist John that of Saturday night. There CHURCH W Moore of Starke, and C. R. Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
    were several new faces noted a- Sunday Mass 0:13: a.m. I '
    21 7:30 ( .11.I'II'R'I:04 .
    Beginning Sunday August!!! :
    Will be in Hampton for mong the group and every one did Sunday School 11 am. I
    I ': :: KACII': NIGHTSERIES
    his part :well. Week Day Mass 8:30: am. 7

    ,meeting beginning The subject of the Sponsor:: for dayBible OF SERMONS FOR TilE ENTIRE REVIVAL
    ,tU "
    '' the service Sunday morning was: Study Is every Wednesday MEETING: BASED UPON : "THE: SECOND: COMING

    {:'First Baptist ."Heaven and Earth", and provided at 7W3CHURCH: .....-... OF( CIIHIST""
    food for much future thought on
    I
    the part of the congregation. In: I Rev.t L.. S. Williams OF GOD, Pastor ..... raW. "I'NU.\"'1 ""blAt"III happen When\ JCKIIH comes In the air'" I 22%
    the evening Rev. and Mrs. Harry 1 These 4:13 Si 18
    Sunday, August 8th & St. Clair Stll.I .
    Giles of Fellowship Baptist I t0MMANDPDF0RMANCI
    I'Both Pastor Church Jacksonville were present I Sunday School 10( a.m. In Heaven after Jesus <...n...., In
    -4 Si-rtlrr By I 11 a.m. nos U.1 1 "What ulll happen ),M Dl PAIFUM regular price 171
    I and Mr. Giles brought a tine message -!: Sunday Morning Service Worship 7:30 /144 U4 the air?" I Cor. ":11.: lilt ('"... 5.9: 10rUt'YItYt I COMMAND MMOHMANCI
    Sunday Evening p.m.
    SP'C11'| Music at the .' from John 3:16: plus 2 Cor.
    John l. Bray 7:30 I mrUM COMPACT ipeclel else
    I Y. P. E Sesvlce Tuesday : p.m church I.I ,
    visitors the
    5:17. Other out-of-town earth wlwn
    : ""''al will hitpM'ii on
    ; 1 |
    7:30 Combination eat... 2.25
    Bible School 10 A.M.- Prayer Meeting Thursday : p.m.
    were Mr and Mrs. Helser of Se- Malt. 21: XI H 22
    bring. Special music Sunday wasa about Mnne1" BOTH F0R.,1's?
    CONGREGATIONAL dependableFIRE IUN.SU.VIhat: ulll happen When' It-ttan return to the
    number and
    violin and piano a
    METHODIST CHURCH earth In glory?" Rev 19: II 10
    solo with violin obllgato.
    FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The Good News Bible Hour got Services every first and third INSURANCE the 1\.1II..nlllm1..
    Saturday night, Sunday morning ''flu'n1'l1J.\ \Miit will happen during
    off to a tine start on Monday of
    Itev. LeuU D. Hulnes, Pastor.'In this week with Miss Phyllis Martin and Sunday night, 11 a.m. and IU>v. 20: 1 10p'RllA1' I
    3 I at Congregational Metho v
    and Miss Wallace p.m. "
    directing h throll"'
    unit
    will at the great
    Us Church on Brownlee Road.- : What' happen ? r
    The Heart of Town And In The and Miss Noegel assisting. The Rev. Ernest Griffin pastor -> llev 20: II iii IK
    promise Is for a profitable week

    of The People' for the children attending. There ('In'R'J' OF JF.Sl'H': CHRISTOF Charley E. Johns .\T'Un\ The' great goHpel. film to In shown at the> church 23%
    choruses, Flannelgraph Bible save
    are
    I ('....I..II"n"
    All LATTER DAY SAINTS S tilled "Tin' Mining!
    For
    A Southern Baptist Church stories Interesting hand work anda AgencyPhone
    WATitfROOV MASCARA
    I 'The Church of Jesus Christ o
    short period for play. Later L Day Saints will hold Sunday IS 8TAIIKK.: FLA. HI'.NHAYJ:.; "11 hat will liuppfn When ten World In. no issues," regular prk* 1.M

    llomln&Vortlhlpl1:00: Happy : school In the USO building lU-v, 21 RYE CREAM SPICIAL iptclol sire
    : : CII'R<'II OK CHRIST ... ....
    Schad-9:41: vafu, 1.39
    Sunday m Temple Avenue every Sundaj Combination
    Midweek Serb UVdnesduy, 8:00 t' V. E, Jones Minister at 10 am. A cordial Invitations t.'.. ..': COME AND IWINf: YOUR FKIENDS{ TO HEAR BOTH FOR.... loo
    Is invited to attend JASI'EI. MESSAGES! : :
    Everyone I extended to all.K.MKTKKY I TIIKSE: : OUTSTANDING: :
    TWO GREAT MORNING \ services+ of the Church of Christ .l.pr.wn lna THE!TRAVELERS! Hertford I

    as follows: (/ : : HOIIHIN --
    "O Ml'i na.'.." .1 i:all Sermon "The. ,' > 11.
    9::'$, ; Bible School 10 a.m.:: Preaching tw1l.Lat.
    "The Grace II a.m., subject, "I Am Debtor", There will be a working lit r
    SUNDAY EVENING: Evangelistic service 8 p.m., subject Jeulah 'Church Cemetery In Clay sHir,

    I "The Common Error of Hu bounty on Saturday August 27. .
    "Visit The Church With The Visiting manity." All Interested persons I are urged

    to attend.

    ".- 1401save

    Never ll-(1- )' Ilefore You 7'-/:- IIIK-TONI FOUNDATION
    I r regular price I.SOIIIKSCIIIIN r

    Chevrolet j'J PACT POWOIR special II..

    Combination eolue, 'I/S

    the mostforlheleadmoney- BOTH FDa.... 1 so
    offers you ..

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    t'' 'OUR MONEY HACK! u
    ids ar YOUR MONEY'S WORTH Oil ..v4u
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    save

    .ASTiumzErr FACI CREAM SPICIAI


    f 1 tf 3 TOMATOES NI2. Cans 23 C l Tripe ;;;-'J. 33 c] I TASTIURIZIO"Combination BOTH'NIOHT value FOR..laRam regular CHIAM 1 1.010 pieiat price 1.00 the- ,







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    Pork & Beans 71hc' Bartlett Pears 31cOur E ; it 1J J.



    save 331/3%
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    '.,: .' New Market Manager, IS I All JACOIt COWlOLlt, Will "fAJTIUKIZID" FACI CREAM
    ,
    ; regular price too
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    Weekend Meat Specials If Aim ORAINS regular 50, size
    real
    .: ," I' i Ott Your dollar go a long way when your Give You Thene Cambinalian. .. vol... l.0BOTHFCS..IQO
    ; .:.
    I invest In a Chevrolet Adrane.-D.elgn :
    : WESTERN; VEAL: SALE:
    < Western Beef t.
    ,, ,r'\ truck. Here I. quality, pow.r-pack.d. 25c
    y; .
    .; ;.\ ,ht t R Veal CHOPS, lb. 39c Brisket STEW, Ib.
    'h:i ,' : performance, handling ea,.-everything
    " Ib
    t. Veal ROAST,
    L' you want arho loweil II.r Pure Creamery ,

    .. price* In the entire truck field. See v*. Veal Stew lb. 19c BUTTER, Ib roll 57c

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    .. '" t We can supply the right truck far yew. .

    Western PORK 39 Bologna I Ib. 39c save 10 1 %

    CHOPS, end cut, lb. I EMIOOINIC HOIMONI CREAM
    reular' price 1 MU1KOOINIC
    CHEVROLET HO WOM HAND 1OT1OM


    Sunkist Lemons FRESH Calif. Celery BOTH vs FOR..350',., :,special.,0 reCombination


    FRUITS AND
    all prhi flia lea

    TRUCKS Doz. 15c VEGETABLES Stalk - lOcGa.
    ADVANCE-DESIGN - CARPENTER'S'


    Sweet Potatoes Fresh String Beans

    TORODE CHEVROLET CO. The Rexall Store
    15c
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    r%r.R; : EIOIIT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AfOrST IL 1949
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    -- IN MEMOKIAM: ing nerved the City In this capacity office of City Clerk of Starke In active support will be greatly appreciated .t 13 ""JJke- Florida, thin AucuatUFKldAI. .\tfrmr.: Ktat* .f Florida to: (OFFICIAL. S" At.) A. J. I IAn l I. hereby notified 1 to the an appearance *
    Election of on September 13. J K li,nn. whnm realdem-ti lii atUliKo clerk' n.aIJ l Thonl.1 I| In thus Court In the a boY.atyl..d *
    several the September }
    for the pant years City ( SF-U.) J. Thomas I
    In of our dear daughter A. denla-nate'1 K.tiite t, Hox I24U I Ily 1 Haven ('rpsisy, Pepniy Clerk.John .
    memory I feel that the experience that I 13. 1949.I -Ben C. Holtzendor! A. I'leik of. aald. l'nurt. O.ur""lo\\'II. Houili Carolina: I J. Hvndernon. F..>v, nirhnrd.on cause on Monday, September
    Mr*. Dorothy Lappe Ander- have gained will enable me to need the position and will 11 y .Haven fur Pit Croaoy, tieputy.U ClerkAtty. 4t 9.9In You are required to appear on pulldlnaJacknuiivllle/ FInr1,4n..,. 0, 1949: to a bill fur divorce tiled
    fei>temb"r 19. m In the Bboy.n..m..d Atiy fur Pit. -liit .9 against her' by Paxton. S.' Campbell,
    .nn. who pluMed away one year :discharge the duties of this Important be grateful for your encouragement I"OR CITY ('()( S'II. I Court and cause. wherein Plaintiff. ThU :27th day of July

    Ago. Augur: J6 1944.Memorlei office to tho bent Interests and support, and as I am I hereby announce my candidacy Clreult In Court( .bnni-ery., llrnilfurd Counlr.r'lorlilai ., "pllllnllff seeks divorce. Bradford lit the. Circuit' ,....... HradlordI 19(9. .
    .
    County Telegraph' shall ... OFFICIAL )
    I will need re-election Councilman. Jessie OertrudH publlnhthin .u. .. r"lorldn. In I baneerr.Huxton ( Circuit Cour!
    are treasures no one of the people of Starke. no politician. I truly for as City Imvlne. plaintiff Order In next 4 weekly leeuva.Wlinii.il S. Campbell Plaintiff I vii. CSEAlerk,
    am a life-long resident of the City I your help.I I promise to continue to devote !- v* Arthur CaH. No.Thomas 7474 JLmvlne/ Uefnndant my hand and official seal| Josephine Virginia: irps Campbell: By Haven. Crosby. Deputy Clrk..
    teal, I II Carmichael!, Inine.vt*,
    can ut Hiurke, Florida' Scrufff .
    I this Defendant
    and In- faithful efficient full time and effort to) Order of Publication andolle.. toAppear. August
    Death 1* a heartache nothingcan of Starke, a taxpayer my promise you my Stole of Florida tot 17 1 tf 41*, Josephine. Virginia Erpa Campbell Flo? Ally, for Plf. ,.19.. 8lI '
    I I tire Interest are located In I and courteous service. the betterment of Starke and Its Arthur Thomuit lievln. whose
    heal. 'Starke. Since beginning my serviceas Leslie Bigg citizens Your vote and support dente ,la unknown: rest-\

    Some may forget you now that City Clerk the duties of that will be appreciated.Paul September You are 1 19 required! tu appear above'on' i
    1 In the
    you are gone : .. JfU.c..I,I.. i) I
    niimed Court .
    Increased tremendouslybut whereinHiilnllff
    office have
    I ()R :MYOIl L. Bridges I II
    But we shall remember no mat Noeka divorce. PRICES CUT AGAIN
    ter how long. even with the Increase the I wish to announce that I will County. Telegraph. shall lirBc""r"\\

    Sadly missed by AH the' family.POLITICAL costs of operating the office hasbeen be a candidate to succeed myself FOR ('IT'U'SOI.. this Witness order my In, next hand.. 4 and "official' eealHt .

    kept at a minimum. Onlyone as Mayor In the City Election of AH a citizen of the City ol "I'Irk... Florida thin August/

    additional person has been 13. In announcing can Starke I am announcing can- 111. l"49 I
    Srpt. my my oVFIClAI,
    ( "SKAL) A. J, Thomas,
    employed In the office. didacy for re-election I assure didacy for member of the City A* i'lerk ,
    Your vote and active support the voters! that I will continue my Council In the City Election ol Fly Haven' ,Cronhy, lieputy I CI"rk.I; l lHsy I
    Helden "Heldetl Building, Duy- B.F. Goodrich
    j ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR will be greatly appreciated on effort to give the people of Sept. 13, 1049. My candidacy Is ton. Beach Florida' ( ON
    13th. Atty. for Plf. -,.19 4t 9.9
    '. September Starke a fair and Impartial administration based on striving to make Stark .

    JJ CITY CLERK -Carl Johns In the future just a larger and more prosperous In c.'Ireult Court, llrmlforil Conntr., ..- .
    as I have done In the past. I ap- town and also av cleaner! and l-'lorldni In ( bnneerr.Murjorle i .
    I hereby! announce candidacy .
    i my Adeline Welch also known
    for refection to the office of CityClerk I, FOR CITY CLERK preciate your electing me to this more decent place In which to .on. Murjoilx Adeline Htanley, Plaintiff ,-1,

    of the City of Starke. Hav I will be a candidate for the office for the unexpired term of live. Your vote and lupport will Jr.,, also y". Thomas known. Charletonelch... JeitHa Thomas, '
    If. C. Wall and now I hope that be sincerely appreciated. ThanksW. !! Stanley Iiefendant. ('ace No. 7473..

    you will do me the honor of elect- T. (Billy) Jackson Order tif lubllintlon. sod !3fotle. to TIRES
    I 4|prnr. "Hiat of r'lorliln. toi
    Ing me for a full term. Sincerely Thomas. Charleton Welc-h.. Jr., alma
    VOTE FOR -Jake P. Robert FOR CITY COUNCIL known aa Jesse Thomas Stanley jJ
    whose residence la !Mute 1, Kllia-: ,
    I ,wish to announce that'l will beth, Pennsylvania. /, ;
    .. FOR MAYORI be a candidate for City CouncilIn You are required. to appear onHeptember : '
    111!). 'In the above
    I "' 10
    wish to announce that I will the forthcoming City Election, named Court and cause, wherein ,
    Earl F. Miles bn a candidate for Mayor of Kept, 13. I solicit the vote and plnlntlff seeks divorce, care, I-UM- r
    lady und vuntrol of minor child' and
    | Starke. I promise my fellow citizen support of all citizens who are other roller Bradford Sal. Ends 3rdA
    a fair and Impartial administration interested In progressive and eco County Telegraph shall publish. Sept,
    .
    this Order In next 4 weekly IHHUDN.Wltnenn
    ) and an earnest in- nomical administration of our city my hand. and o"lcl..I..1\1/ .
    6 "-'. ForCHIEF treat In the welfare of our City. government. at Htarke Florida, thin August
    18 l.941.r..ICIAr.! ,
    I 11 ask each of you for your vote -Geo.' B. F'lynn ( "HKATA.' J. Thoman, A
    TI' and support and will appreciate Aa Cletk. of sal,! Court.Ttv : 1 IACM
    Haven' CroHhy, Iieuuty Clerk,
    ; ', : your efforts In my behalf. Thank. TOIL CITY ('OI'N'Jf.I : llollla V. .Knight, Slarke, Florida.: I 1 1Ill
    v : I' that I will Ally,. fur Plf.. 9.19419.9
    of ling you wish to announce 1I
    I
    -J. R. (Nookle) Wainwright
    Iaa be a candidate for City Councilin In Clrenlt Court, llrnilforil County,
    the election of Sept. 13. r'lurldai In Cnnnerry.I.atirlne i.

    POLICEIn FOR CIIIF.P': 0V TOI.ICKt ': I promise the cltlzurn, of this I I'. Iconic.Forbes, liefendunt.'tempt:, Plaintiff CUM No VMJ. ,. Ill( ll I II I TIuoIFIANCt

    l hereby announce to the people city both old and young u fair' 74T7.flriler. .I ato
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    Is t.
    of PiiblU-atlon mill blotter to
    S of Starke my candidacy .for and honest' admlnl tratlor.. -
    : the CityElection the office of Chief of Police. Your Thanking/ you In advance for
    v'
    vote and support will be greatlyappreclat..d. vote and support. W.C.T.U.
    ofSeptember your
    I 4,0.1. PW$ TAR
    R. J. (Romey) Andrew
    x 13 -Earl P Miles "IT IS KKTTER': TO BE NEAT BUY 2 ..

    !\ 117l'NThe AND TIDY THAN TO BE TIGHT
    I ('lty (nuncll' "not A"K. 16, 1949.Rt I
    I'OI.ICKI :
    FOR C'lllRF OF a P. I\f. ..t Starke. F'lo. .. I. uYI AND NEEI1Y." -
    I hereby announce my candidacy the regl"tratlnn hunks 0' the {"'Itrof (Florida Good News) Backed by llfotlm guarantee.
    .
    fedlnwingname"
    and the
    Ir HE PLEDGES for election to the office of Chiefof 1I1.U'k. Fla?
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    were .trlk..n from ii' b"k. Wide, full depth non-skid tread.
    I .
    Police of the City of Starke. far h. ruR."n "tI'd.. Th. "u,1t'1i
    An Honest, Fair, impartial I Having served on the polire force will b. In se.slon. "n the Zlrd: day. tip Price reduction on other
    : of A'",.. 1919: .t a .P. M. t" hear
    1I 'f for several years I feel that tho cnngdaint" s. It any and 10 rest are. ([ Defiance .!Iz.s also.L .
    Administration IUlY I1af1Ve Ihlll have Lunn errune.nusly
    I will
    experience that I have gained nl,rlken.Anlr. .

    of the Office, if Elected enable me ,to discharge the duties ..... A. 0.. c'.aclAII.n" 7 $1.25 a Week
    (lroy..r. rsmovulAuenn
    of this important office to the TfUSMOUNTID
    S 'Ire Inla. rnuwwslAster. 1 e
    YOUR VOTE & SUPrOKT WILL HE best Interests of the people of Phyllis. rrmnvndRiggs FLOOR 'UI ..

    I Starke. I have been a residentof IMnfM. M.. (li'iinItrvMnt. ,
    dfMirtInrrp1l
    linear. IItlllyr
    GREATLY APPRECIATED. the City of Starke for 39 years .ton H., removed E TRADE TIRES TODAY and SAVE!
    and Your vote and (r'l.u.wffir<1. Mr. Annie (leadr'hurchwrII '"
    a taxpayer. rimnvtilfhurchwpll
    W. .1. I
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    -- -- Mm. W. .1,, r..moyp,1 -
    Willie 1\1., rrnmvixl
    (rlovpi-MMIIe'nnn". "'. M.. r.oy.,1
    Campo. M.... ('. 1\1.. renulved. FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
    ('hales. Iins. r.yp,1 ,
    ('halal. .. Mrs. flue. removed & Painting, Redecorating

    Duvlr Prl.k..ll... IIII.h Iu refl., dsadDnwling rn,moved Paper HangingFOR Guy: Andrews Starke, Fla.B.F .

    -00' H. II? removed' USTIMATE: WRITE "
    1..lw..r; .. T. H. Jr? dnndIreell
    : )" I'unnIs. AnilI II. .1'. McKELVEY
    I I Mill. Klnrenre, iltiulMiovtr ''
    I Imn lifiitllliHliclrin 1'.O. Box 206
    tWe' I ::: l': "h..d renmviMlllutlichiH Goodi-ich
    I I Mrs Mary Kathryn re.mmved STARKE, FLA.

    I fiirf".r( .1. C.. r..nwy.cl Nr.'wVurk., Old Work And
    I ItmthlH, iltn, removed
    1 Humble I I Mini, removeilI ALL Work GUAKAMIKBD! I
    I"lunt.r, INiridii, riniovc'l.Inhnnon FIRST IN RUBBER
    Al.hle W,. rfniovi.l.lr.tinH.tn.
    I I .l linth. W.. retnnve.IJohlmnn --
    Kilwurd II. remuvtmJonin "
    .r. II. (Kink I. rmniivvilKiifh "
    ( l.imlM W .. rttmoviMlKfirli
    st: to Mrs. f.. W., removed,
    up Kent, Ovum, reinoviMt"
    Lung, Tnls) I 15., removed. .
    "LHIIHT 1 I.! L*., removed
    .... ... 1..lIprm..n! I'.nlpl.! removed'' RE-ELECT
    'YM l...i.. T. I.... removed. .
    t.i'wlK' M.... Mvrrlc' .1. ronmviilMrl .
    ; (lnni'y, Mrs Klorrlt. rrmnvpilMi1Khiuiv. .
    'J / Mrs. N.: II., rcmnvtMlMcl '
    For Your Old Bike ..iurln, I I' I. removedMrljtiurln ,
    ,.I'hHrlhn. removeilMf
    >til'.*llh, Il. .\., removedMontfllh. ,
    of Condition KMtherlnv, removed
    Regardless Multhpw. ,, 4'tinv.ny, fined
    :t 1 MuNnn, Miilffnrel, removed Carl JohnsYOUR
    When Trade for Milton MIHH Katie, removed
    You Mlllliritn, l 1C II., ronioveilMllllKiin ,
    .o / ?Mm f !14.: II.. removed
    New I Moore, Ij. "'.. Aced I .
    Any I MlKtin. If. M., removedMui'Miv i
    I V.rV Thelmn 0.. r.ny.,1I .

    I I Mm Morgan: .mm., :, Thedu harry, W removed:. removedMveiH
    Vsrestone "Iellu Mae. removedMt
    I ion, A. M., removedMlxnn .
    : Annie, removedMotRan. ,'
    BICYCLE It I.I removed
    -,-/ 1 I Nunnery Hutlolnh, removed.
    Norton.. O. "'? deadNnnntfrv
    riludvM. .1.I removedfidoni. '
    1 Wllllnm. N., removedridoin.
    John II,, removetl!
    I'riither. listen, removed
    1'iirrlMh, II P., removed .
    "I 1'irrlHh., Mrx Alphle. removed ClerkHonest
    I'raHier. W. J., regiovedfender City
    fhurlen r* removednulrk.
    ?
    v Mr.. 1'. H. Jr.. removedTlonier ;
    James Tf., removed
    1 ( liiHlr' l>.,rlN. removedHolihlnN. .
    I Alex removed
    Vllitnx, l h I., dead,
    Hipp, l ., .1 11. deadMinilh. .
    1V. F* diailHlxlriiiik .
    Mr? Alma K:., d"'adHlrlikliind I
    \Tji '' \\'. II. removedHut Capable Experienced Courteous Successful
    : ..
    ''left, M. .f, .K? r.n.lredHnIsa "
    |< J I I-' removed
    L ell..Illy..... K M.. removedHmllh. .
    W. II Jr. removed ..
    a Thompson' Murjorle Slitnipriotl..
    ,
    I'lclou. Lnules. deadVnlnwrlvht Duties Of The Clerk
    \White. li-irntbv, N. llav n. deinl.removedWnterH I : I

    1- Mr Hart. removndutera. .,
    Extra LowBUDGET \\ Ddfll removedIn .

    Ireult ('....r'. llrniltorri. ('0""'',

    Special Florlilnt. In C hwnrerr.Hnmiiel . To Records Of All Monies Received And Disbursed To
    Adequate
    Ile. "pit lo. plaint, Iff. y.. ltoiMurht > Keep .
    TERMSFOR Kuplllii, nt. I'n He N...
    Records Of All Meetings Of Governing Bodies To
    Adequate
    YOU KIDS WHO DON'Te4e4 7
    / Sale "\l.>l>e..o.. "Store ..r l-'lorldii. tat The Office In A Business-like Manner Keeping Regular Office Hours
    TRADE |
    ''''' A. t HAVE A BIKE TO Hose Maria Kivjillhi whonn
    ...... .. In :ill''"> Catherine. Me,. '
    KNV. den<- The Office At A Minimum Cost To Taxpayers With Increased
    Operating
    IN.rt, ConneotltiitVon : .. -
    _' ___ _-- ---I urn required, to .." .... ep.I'1
    Heptvinber! I1'. IIM'I.\ In the Work THere Has Been Only One Additional Employe Books
    .
    100 DOWN r-I;; named ,'..".t and rouse, .
    I ;I COUPON IS WORTH ; fountv plaintiff T.neekii.l"nraph ml lly"r.ehall..... Audited Annually By Certified Public Accountants.
    nrRcH..r"l
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    thin order In nut 4 w. ) *
    land Witness nty band. and. '
    $
    as Little as 500 I II .at 17 Htnrk In4rttFFICIAI' Florida. thin August I Wish To Call 1 To Your Attention, Especially. That The City Clerk Has No
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    : .\..WK I Olvrk\l. of A.. mi J.Id Thomnn('.....rl.. Voting Power On Any Question Affecting The Citizens Of The City Of

    75 ANY j j'I T fly. Frank Mrtven Mndrtim t'roehv,, Htarke IMputy, Kli Clerk>rlda., Starke. His Duties Are To Keep Records And Be Able To Furnish The City
    I TOWARD THE PURCHASE OF Air for I'lf. 8-111! H 9.In -/

    1 FIRESTONE BICYCLE AT REGULAR II I'lrmlt .ourt. llmilforil (...uatT.r'lnrlUni Council And Citizens With Information On Questions Arising. He Has Done

    A I PRICE IF YOU DO NOT COUPON HAVE A I II In.....''u.( Nuneerr.Thonm Plaintiff.. va. M..rxarel These Things And Is Qualified To Do So From Actual Knowledge Gained
    TRADE-IN. ONLY ONE CaseNo.
    VV l.utg, llefen.htnt
    MAY BE APPLIED ON BICYCLE. : 7175.Orilrr From Experience.
    WEEK I o' 1'iitilli-nllon Kiiil Mnllr to

    r I L____ __ __ __ ___ ------.1 \.ppeorfors. ..r whoop l-'lorlilii lentdenoeU tin

    . . . . . Margaret unknown.Ynu are W.:required IdtllK. to Appear' on8fplemlir DON'T FORGET STARKE IS A GROWING TOWN AND NEEDS

    named Court 19! and I94-I: i-aime In. ,the wherein above. SOMEONE WHO IS EXPERIENCED TO ASSIST IN DIRECTINGITS

    HEY KIDS LOOK : (plaintiff'1111nttl Telegraph MevkN divorce chill. llradforil publish WELFARE. CARL JOHNS IS A TAXPAYER, A PROPERTY


    Get a Bike Basket at I at this Htarka finder' n In>y Florida.next hand. 4.and, weekly thin official August lemmii.Wltnetm neat. '. OWNER, AND A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN. HIS INTERESTIS

    1 :(OFMI'fAf.; SRAt.) A. J. Thommi IN STARKE, AND HE HAS.....: AND WILL AT: ALL TIMES

    NO EXTRA COST A* ,'terk, of said. .. 1'ourt. OF
    BETTERMENT STARKE AND
    Ily Ilnven. Crosby Deputy. Clerk, : WORK FOR THE BRADFORD
    I'lian II. ll*.., 204-0 (
    With Bike HulMlnir.e. Jnekionvlll..rBnrni:. COUNTY.
    Every Ally for I'K. ..11! > 4t ,.,

    Purchased This Week! In Clevult 4.......1. Hrailfiiril ('.....,..
    Klnrliliii In ( .h.weerr.Kl ..
    :t.l I..Cimaway Onnnv-ny.Defendant IMiuntlff, C.v."... No.Albert Let's Vote for & Reelect Carl Johns


    feef.U.der. ..( Publication. unit. >...1.... Co
    I- \frrmr, Slabs l nf rUirlilo lot
    I4 Albert. {" ..n..w..y. who.* r,,'id..nt-. Your CITY CLERK
    I. unknown:
    .
    You are required to eni
    Home & Auto Supply appear
    4 Firestone < > niher Court III, and It.t:.".In"..,th.wherein abovenamed

    plaintiff( ..".k. divorce IlradfordCnuntv .
    Telegraph chat! publl.hibis
    J. P. ROBERTS. Owner Order In next 4 weekly tenuvii.WttnM ,.
    Ave.
    600 Temple mjr band and official.a!I





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