Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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I. FBI Finds Poison In Soft Drinks Legion Thomas ConventionA. To Attend Opening Day Enrollment Sets Record Absentee MondayAbsentee Voting Mayor Disqualifies Self In Trial I

Ex-Wife Mate LeftC. J. Thomas, Jr., Adjutant of Of As BBS Begins New Term voting In the .forth' Of Local
Says Estranged the local American Legion Post 1,304 !! coming City Election will begin! Attorney On Parking Charge :

will leave Friday afternoon for next Monday and will continue

Philadelphia Pa., where he will through September 9. Any person
Water. of Union She related the Incident to. a With enrollmentof Louise Educa. Mayor .1. P. Roberts
C. County
attend the 31st Annual Convention an opening day Beyers Physical wishing to have a ballot mailedto voluntarily
has been released under $1,000 Forest Service official who. visited of the American Legion from 1,304 the highest In Its history ,r tion.Carl him will have to make foimul disqualified himself Monday after. was taken on May 21, 1949, shorvIng I,

bond by Clay County officials the station several days later and August 29 through September 1. and more than 100 increase' Roberts, Band Instructor. request to the city clerk.\!: noon from presiding at the trial Mayor Robert's car parkedin !

after being arrested on a warrantfor he brought the bottles to Starke Thomas was elected a District over last year the Bradford Sara. Glddena. Music Instructor The clerk will then mall a formto of T. Frank Landrum, I local attorney the same free space that

attempted murder of hi. dl- and placed them in the hands of Delegate at the Legions 4th Dis. High and Elementary Schools began Audrey Newman, Librarian. be signed before a notai->' pub who was arrested Monday Landrum was using at the time i
vored Wlclla Mae Rauleraon Sheriff P. D. Reddish who In turn their 1919-50 term with a V. -R. VocationalAgriculture. morning for violation
wife trict Conference held in Ocala I Ferguson, lic and returned to him. The clerk: alleged ofStark. of hi. arrest. Mayor Roberts and
Waters. sent them to the FBI In Wash of 44 Instructors.The .'. ,
last Spring and will also represent faculty will then be autho'Ivud to mall parking: meter ordinance City Attorney Patten agreed to ,

Mm. Waters, who la employed ington for analysis.For the local Post at the Con school here began Its new'' W. M. Scruggs Industrial Arts. the ballot to the pet'son winning Mayor Roberta stated that Lan- place the photograph on file.

as watchman by the Florida For- its records the FBI num- vention. He will be accompaniedby term with an $387,563 construction Madge Whigham Home Economics. to vote. rum had parked and refused to Landrum stated "I'd like to file

est Service on the tower between bered the bottles Ql to Q6 and Mrs. Thomas who will attend program under way and move from a "free apace" In frontof the same charge against the

Kingsley Lake-and Penney Farms sent the following report to Sheriff the Legion Auxiliary Conventionto which, when completed will par- High/ School instructors: T. the Davis Hotel on Call Street Mayor that he has made against

told officers that Waters calledat RecMLih: : tially relieve the congestion resulting Coram. Jr., social studies; Linwood ExaminedIn Landrum told officers who asked me."
be held In Atlantic City, N. J.. 2,293
the station recently and Insisted "A chemical examination of on the same dates. from the steadily Increas- Funderbtirk civics and him to move his car that he was With the disqualifying of himself .

on leaving six bottles of soft' specimens Ql through QO showed. ing enrollment. 'assistant coach; Lawrence Gibson parked there waiting for someone by Mayor Roberts, proceedings '
drinks. She was in the Spanish and English Ellen Law In the hotel.
on duty i ; came to a halt and at the
Under construction the -
tower at the time. Mrs. Waters I the presence of a large amount of : Lions Trounce time are: four at elementary present English and Mathematics.; M. L. Mass X-ray When the case was railed In present time It Is not known who

said and called down to him that' a fluoride containing substance. (classrooms $$33,984; cafeteria, Nagle, Jr.. science; Ruble )(. Perkins May r'. Court at 4 p.m. Monday, will try the case. Council Chairman '

she did not want the drinks, but The fluorides are powerful. corrosive -, ) mathematics: Alexander Roberts announced his Intention to I.., A. Canova who would ,
$38,810f)0 and concrete bleachers
; A total of 2,293 examinationswere
,that he replied he was going to poisons causing, rapid and Purcell Commercial; Delia Rosen disqualify himself because) he said ordinarily serve as next In line
for athletic field $14,760.33.The
Green Cove made during the recent
leave them anyway. painful death. The most common 182Starke berg, commercial; Delene Wood. It had been rumored that ho ordered -* for the Mayor, will not preside be- :
fluoride, sodAim fluoride.' Is one of new Industrial arts work Chest X-ray Survey In Bradford the arrest because
Mrs. Waters stated that ham English. / of alleged cause of a case now pending; In
examined the drinks later her the poisonous constltutents of shop classes are being held In the Junior High Instructors: Eva County as follows: personal animosity toward Lan- the State Supreme Court chal.

suspicions became aroused when roach powder The powdersare trounced Green Cove : "bus barn" near) the SAL depot. Anderson Hazel Cressler, Verno1Demore.t. I Starke Clinic l.nSI drum. lenging his right to serve as Councilman
used and be obtained Springs 18-2 In a North Florida Them classes will later be moved I Lawtey (WAG) 223: Hollla V.
she noted that the caps had apparently widely may Blanche Edwards. Knight and A. J. because of alleged residence -
been removed and're I at hardware. fertilizer or League game here Thursday nightof to the wing of the high school Elementary School Instructors: Hampton 143Urooker : Thomas, Jr., counsel representing outside the city. Presum-
placed. One bottle of Pepsi-Cola 'drug stores." last, week. building now occupied by the cafe Llllle Bridges, Kvalyn Cooper, Willie 140 Landnim, thereupon filed a motion ably it will be up to the .City
had a Jax Beer cap on it, she Mr.Waters has custody of t1ecouple'a Ed Doss, pitching for the Lions I teria. The change will be made Mae Denton, Anna Belle Dev Lincoln City 89 of "demand of defendant fora Council to appoint one of Its mem.
struck out 19 batters as he faced when the new cafeteria building is Pleasant Grove 33:
three children. written
said. lin Ruth Frazer. Martha 'V. charge", and also a motion bers to preside.At .
but 30 men. Doss belted a homer completed.This Reno 191
Futch Muriel Gay Ernestine Mc- to disqualify Roberts "be. the present time Landrumla '
with Retcher aboard In the year's faculty Is as follows Mlddleton Reports have been received on cause of
Helen personal and
Rae Malone Madge prejudice under $23 bond which was
Glen & Co. Is Low Bidder eighth and banged< out two more : Muriel Norman Martha approximately 94)0) of $his total animosity". Knight also Intro- for him by W Hogan Smith.

Searing Ills in his four appearances. Hid C. S. Partin, Supervising Prin Parker, Justine Pellum Edna Prevail As reports' are received those .
I homer traveled about 353 feet. cases with negative results will
Nathalie Reid Leola RobertS -
QCS 000 000 1102 4 8 cipal.P. E. Adelhelmer, Elementary Eunice Searing Ethel Sewell. receive notification by carltCI&II..S Contractor Time
On New Street Paving Around SchoolA Starke 302 115 13x-18 18 4 Principal. Kate .Sheppard, Alma Slrmans revealing regards any simpletons Fights & Weather

James C. Hobbs Coach. Gladys Wa din. pathology, all ( tuberculosis fl
In a non-league game played or other condition. of the

low bid of 16330.73 was sub- loading and unloading' children here Tuesday night Starke lost 5-0 lungs or heart, will be notified 1 To Complete Bleachers By Deadline

:.imltted by the Glen G. SearingCo. who ride school busses and private to the Church League All-Sara by letter All Individuals showIng -

., of Jacksonville on a city proJect cars. of Jacksonville. The visitors col- Seven In Contest For City CouncilAs any pathology other than

for hardsurfaclng streets The paving will be surface- lected five hits from Doss, while suspicious tuberculosis will bo The MAO Construction Co. of pleted In time for the major portion

bordering grounds of the Starke treated Um rock. Searing's bid the Lions] chalked up only two referred to their private physl Gainesville la racing against time of the football season, 'the

school, north and south. was $16,330.73 for paving with from Shuman. The All-Stars Deadline For Qualifying Passes clan for follow-up of this condl and weather to complete BHS's School<<: Board allotted M ft Oj 58

The paving .will consist of 7,907 double asphalt surface treatment came through with but one error., new 1730-seat concrete bleachersIn calendar days to finish the bleach
-- -- -- tlon.It
'square yards with some 4,200 feet and $15,102.49 for single treat while Starke- made four.A In expected that susplclouj i 158 calendar days cr5. agreeing/ to pay the construction -

of concrete curb and gutter and ment. return game with the Gainesville Two last-minute entries In the drews.: signs of early tuberculosis will be The Gainesville company, also company $::10 In addition to

.necessary grading. The project Seven bids were received and Merchants was played here race for City Council brought the There were no laat.m Illute found In approximately one percent constructing the new BUS elemen- the contract price for every day

Includes three blocks of West opened by the Council at a special last night, but the score was not field to a total of seven contestIng qualifications In any other race. of those x-rayed. A follow.up tary: building, submitted the low cut off from thla finish time. If

Washington, St., along the 'north meeting Tuesday afternoon. They : known at press time yesterday. for the two places to be filledIn leaving the slate as follows: clinic for examination of all bid of $13,93.133: on the project. MAO: requires more than 58

side of the school grounds from ranged up to a high of $21,440.17.It I Sunday the Lions will play a the September 13 election. For Mayor: 'J. P. Roberts. Incumbent suspicious ruses, using large' x- 3lds were received by the School calendar days to complete the Job.

Temple Ave., to Grand St..; and Is understood that Searingwill league game with Mandarin on S. E. Sparks and Al K. Carlisle, : and J. R. (NooklelWainwrlght. ) ray film will be held In Starka on Board from nine companies on lit will forfeit $50 for every day

Eighth St. along the south side of start on the project at once the Starke field.It local businessmen qualified Tuesday Tuesday' September 20. All these 'August 15. The contract was a. over the limit.

the school property from Temple and has stated that construction Is expected that a game will near the deadline adding For City Clerk; Carl Johns. Incumbent patients will be notified and con. warded to M & G, and the com- I At the l present time the con-

Avenue to Grand St. Also Included might be completed. In 30 days be booked for next Tuesday, but their names to the growing list ; and E. Leslie Citrus.. acted at an early da te. pany began construction ,work the ntructlon company In. making good!

is a plciJparea! !65x180: for with favorable weather conditions. ISO far nothing definite. of candidates for Councilman. For Chief of Police: W. E. A Mobile Unit will return to following day. headway on the project but has

Thornton. Incumbent; E. F. Miles, his Hoping to have the stands com- been ,
Those who had previously announced county at a date announced hampered somewhat by rain ,

for this office were: P. L> and B. C. Holtzendorf. later to complete examination of
Camp PayrollOf ; Pvt./Leroy Olive Rites Last FridayFor Bridges Incumb'nt; Billy Jack. The new office holders will take high school children over 15 yearn 301 Boosters Want

National Guard Given Merit AwardFor Mary C. CasonMrs. on. Ceo. Flynn. Sr.. W. M. Edwards office at the first Council meeting of age and school personnel. Route ExtendedTo I Woman Seriously

and R. J. IRomey) An- In October Dr. A. Y. Covington Director Injured In Anto
Totals 5195.16 I his, outstanding work at the Mary Crews Ctsoii 75, of the Bradford Health Depart. St. Petersburg

-. motor pool at Vance Air Force lifelong resident of Bradford County mwnltated. ; "It Is felt.th6'l the Accident HereA ...
The'V'iyron of the Headquarters
.- Base, Enid Okla., Cpl. Leroy died at her homo near New/Judge Perryman"Already 'Notes Effect clinic was very satisfactory us to I ,Tli5"Tobacco Trail Association .
and Company Second !Mrs.\
Headquarters Brown of Jacksonville
Olive, Jr., was recently presentedthe liver on Wednesday August 17, Of Georgia Ban On Quickie MarriagesCounty the number examined and I wish favors' a move to extend U. S.
Battalion 12tth Infantry, during Flying was seriously Injured 'In an automobile
Division's Certificateof .
after a brief hInes She wui a to 11
extend at this time
the summer encampment recently our greatest Highway 301 from Tampa, where accident at
the Intersection
Merit. Cpl. Olive was recommended widow of the late Jed!lt'l Cason, and be married home
wished to at or .
Judge E. K Perryman appreciation to Individual '
concluded aggregated $V I It now terminates, to St Petersburg of Cherry &: Eighth Streeta t\
10 .16. according to Captain HughB. by his squadron command. was a member of tl'C Long Bridge stated yesterday that there was. In a local I church. I to all Individual helpers and others afternoon.
Ing officer, Major Forrest Armstrong r."rl"\11!: ChurchSurvivors But things are be different : who have
commander of the already a noticeable Increase in gonna helped make this a The In \,
Ingram, car which Mrs. Brown
local The officers rnd for unusual Industry and In'j udc a OaujVter.! \ the number of marriage license. from now on. The lost i HiicreHs." The Association Is made up ofepreHentatlven f
company. was riding, a new Ford driven by
the day before initiative on the job. __ Mrs. Winnie !Mm AmJiewn, Lake l Issued by his office and the num General Assembly (legislature) In'' from cities along Mrs. '
men were paid Gludys Huuser of Jacksonville
leaving Fort Jackson S. C., so As a motor vehicle dispatcher, Duller: *.w,) son K''ver: an.! ELh-: ber' of marriage ceremonies performed Georgia passed a law. effective Alcoholics Anon. :301 and him ax Its purpose the was going north on Cherry f
he Is responsible for reporting in : publicizing and promoting of this
altarboundcouples !
25, requiring
most of this returned to, ridge Caaoit b"th ot Luke Uiillei ; here following the curtailing August Street and collided
local trade channels.money all vehicles frequently working two brothurt .luff Crews, Wan of activities at Georgia's' to undergo physical I I examination 1 Praised At Rotary Hipular, route which follows State Studebaker, driven with a new ',

several hours overtime. He also chula and Gurney Urew"I." Ralford! ; "quickie" outposts Folkston and' and serologic tests for.yphiti. :2:10!: through Stillke, and la brlnir-, by Mrs. Ertel. <

Captain Ingram emphasized that i Is credited with setting up a status four sisters Mrs. rUiocl-i Dowll.ig% Klngsland. I Though the new Georgia Dr. Ashley C. Ixivejtiy of JacksonvIlls I leg Increased tourist, travel thru a Navy wife who lives on Klngj-
of Guardsmen while ley Lake. Mrs. Ertel was driving
the gen the where.
pay board which shows
New law does not specify: discussed "Alcoholism h..re.
River Mrs. Julia any asa
; Staiblnl Time was --- In the early daysof went ': ,
erous for time actually spent in abouts of each vehicle at all times. I on Eighth Street which Is a
Apopka; Mrs. M. :S.: Hayes, Gainesville !- specific waiting period the ne<<:fllI- public health problem" at the
training is supplemented by retirement Olive I Is of Mrs. Camp Blandlng when Judge stop street Intersecting with
Cpl. the son : of the two examinations. will Wednesday luncheon of Funeral
; and Mrs. A. P. Moore' Miami city meeting TuesdayFor
which would Cherry. The Ford hendon In.
benefits ran
Olive of Starke. His wife Issued several hundred
Leroy Perryman provide couples with sufficient the Rotary Club. .
; and eight grand' hllclien.
to the side. of the !'
cost as much as $100 per year if and three children also live at F. W. RosserFrank Stll.ebaker.turnlnll' .
licenses But to think
marriage annually. time things over. ,
Dr U Alcoholics"
purchased from life Insurance Funeral services were conducted: : >vejoy praised the Studebaker over.
Starke. the business dwindled to So It looks If there will bea
away as Anonymous for the work It Is .
companies.The Friday morning ut 10 o'clock at 'V. Roimer Sr., died suddenly Mrs. Brown received a severe
mere trickle when the Florida definite return to "trailing athome" doing In this field and said that
the !!
resumed Long Bridge ChrUtlan Church In a local luiHpltal Friday head Uijury' and one, or perhaps
local unit has arm
Douglas Elected with Rev. Fred DoiM officiating Legislature passed laws providingfor for marriage licenses from this. organization has the right August 10, following a brie UN both kneecaps; were apparently
and contemplates an
ory training a blood test and a threedaywaltlnll' here on oiit and officials In South approach to the problem in that
time at the Camp Union RepresentativeIn assisted by Rev. Tfiby Para Ish. ness. Ha was born In Indiana broken. She received emergency
Interesting period for marriage-mind will end to the .
Georgia see an nothing can b done to "cure" an
firing later In Interment was In Crew Cometery April 8. 188S, and h.i.l been a treatment here before being car.
Blandlng ranges Special ElectionCecil ed couples. Unfortunately at that lucrative business that they have alcoholic unless he IB willing to ,
with In resident of Starka for 25: neil to Riverside Hospital.
the summer where the firing of arrangement! chirge years.Surviving
time Georgia had no such restrictions had from North Florida In the help cure himself,
heavy machine guns and other Douglas Lake Butler I lof Wilson Funeral Home, Lnko so the bulk of the marriage lant several years. are two sous. Frank No charges were preferred as

crew-served weapons is projected.Ten pharmacist. was picked in City. business from Starke and the rest "I've already issued several, licenses Dr. Love Joy criticized:: the ten W RoH er, Jr., U. S. Army, sta- the Ertel car was said to carry
dency In some cases to coddle the enough liability insurance to take
vacancies in the company special election held Tuesday to of North Florida began going across for couples who would loned In Texas, and WlllliiPi Ftonner.
alcoholic and said he did not cure of the damages
remain to be filled and applications serve as Union County Representative C. W. Colson Receives the Georgia line. Practicallythe probably have gone to Georgia" think Starko; anil. one sinter
It to
right set
are now being accepted at for the unexpired term of I only licenses that were still Judge Perryman commented yes. up tax-sup. drs. Euola Barnard of Indiana. .
Degree At StetsonC. ported organizations to deal with
the) Armory. Math J. Sapp, deceased. Issued here were to couples who terday. them. "The alcoholic cannot bhelp..d Funeral services were held In jfltel LETTERS
received 501 voter while DeWitt C. Jones
Douglas the Chapel Tues
W. Colson of.Starke receivedhis unless.. he him the Individual "
his opponent, C. A. Roberts, polled day afternoon at 2 o'clock with > z National Guard
Bachelor of Science degr'o In Vet Farmers Enroll Lower Scout Age desire to do something/ himself .
413.Twelve. Rev. Curtis Harris officiating./ ::
Business Administration at commencement ," the said
To Play B & B erment In Luke e 'EDfTO'Dear
exercises Stetson UniversIty For New Class Effective Sept. 1 was Kingsley ;

For Softball Title CompleteLife Friday, Aug. 19. I Shepherd Attending Cemetery.
Bradford County veterans who The new lowered entrance age
Colson Is a charter member of Editor:
Championship of the City Soft. Saving Class the Lambda Chi are now operating farms and who for Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts Television School I KEYSTONE; ; NOTARY
Alpha oclal fra. .
ball League 'Will be determinedthis hcrom effective September 1 as ENTERTAINS ;.MIIHJETSKeystone \ (: Just a few lines in reference to
Twelve young people completed ternity chapter at Stetson. He I are interested in joining the proposed County
the bus drivers of Bradford
weekend in a three-game play follows: Chan C Shepherd local radio
: the junior life saving course served two terms as treasurer and new agricultural training I Height Midget/ Hill school I was talking to one
off between National Guard. win. I Boys become Cub Scout diialer and service man, In attending
taught by Charles Mooney last one term aA president of the fraternity I clasn. may Team the other and he was
ners of the second half, and Biggs are urged to leave appllcatlons a two weeks television and Manager P. Witann& of them day
week. Junior life saving badgesand and was also a at ft years Instead of 0; Hoy
and Baker, who took first half rcpresentatlve with V. P. Ferguson at the school In Jacksonville In order to were !guest of the Rotary Club at telling me what ho receive last
certificates are being Issued < of his fraternity in the In Scouts! at 11 Instead of 12 and :
honors. I : luncheon recently at Keystone to drive a bus, and was
give the public here the benefit of
t high school In Starke at once. I
to the following people: Clifford ter-Fraternity Council, and servedI Explorers at II Instead of 13. r : to hear what ha suld he
the latest! Information In Installing Inn.
National Guard took the second A new class will be started here I
Beasley Billy Boltln, Linda Cleveland as treasurer of this organ'zatlon! month. He aid thehlKheat
half championship by defeating Billy Dodd Robert Haag. "I"for, one year.Following In October or November if 10 or This announcement should be ': and servicing TV sets. Odls Hlnnant director of Camp 'i received per driver of the county

Robbins 11-8 in a game played John Marcus Howard Angle Howell 12 new trainees CBJI\ be enrolled. of great Interest to parents of Mr. Shepherd states that for lonmokaleo directed a lively program paid
hU Col month and
graduation received $00 ,
last Friday.Drivers'. 'Joyce Merritt Sandra Merritt, The class cannot be organized unless boys In these age bracket and I this reason he will not bo In his !: In which the boys and mem- only per
'I asked him how he lived on sucha
Mary Kay Murphree Townsend son returned f> hM home in the necessary applications are will doubtless result In IncreaHod I shop except on Saturdays for tho bars participated Lindsay Walker -
the things are now.
Licenses Strickland and Sonny Roberts. I Starke for a vijlt. an file. membership In the local troops. :next two .weeks.Jacks. AI Watson, Ed Wiggins: and lie salary said he didn't way know, but that

The swimming class under the Cam Bastedo .were put on the makea
he had to do something to
Florida's 1950 drivers' licenses supervision of Jack Trawlck ._.tan_uu,_! ,tut.._* .n. ftttlf9......._ _fciktialn.1.tlma _......... _Each____ .
will go on sale here September 1 water safety chairman and Comer a question was not answered living.Wow

In the office of County Judge E. I Ferryman will be finished Hunters Argue 1 1 1By Lose properly nne of the boys was as for myself I wouldn't

K. Perryman. Prices remain the this week. provided with a big paddle.'. Al I drive one at any price because I ". .

same as formerly: $1 for opera. -- --------- -- Watson, Jr., surely had a red face know .what those drivers go
tor's license and $2 for chauf. On Dean's List when he had to apply the paddleto through with. But I don't think
fer's. Jesse L. Hill Teal papa and mama Pintail and lure's worthy an Anthony over, tlon from the first sputter of his dud./ they are being paid enough moneyIn

the Mallard families wouldn't the bier of a murdered Caesar. the tUlle to the final crash of the accordance with everything '
Friends will be Interested to Friday. August 18. at 8:00: Some of the boys were awardedprizes
have liked to voice their objections Some of his argument found the bomb! else They are not allowed\ to
know that Miss' l Shirley Mueller, p.m. the Woman's Club of Key. ; for their' ability to perform
to duck shooting period'But target, perhaps. but a large part Many prominent guests were drive the bus back home through \
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Heights put aside Its seasonal tricks
Revival services will begin at ah me it was the hunt- of It will wander as homeless as presentAmong. them: Senator the day, and If they drive their
Hall of Starke was 430 air of quiet decorum and
1 he New River Missionary Baptist among became er's evening. F. M. Walrath. Jr., the "FlyingDutchman" forever Charlie Johns Lester Varn and R.: T RtiHhton was welcomed asa car back' and to what will they
FSU students named to the Dean'shat an arena; or more descriptive
led off for the "no motors" here and there distress rocket Neat Tyler, From fitarke new member
Church Monday night. August 29, of the College of Arts &: Sciences a battlefield.The : group ] a were: have left out of their salary
S at 8 o'clock. Rev. Buzbee will ,and ably pointed out the advantages flared burned brightly momentarily Titus Olson and "Nook Ie" Wainwrlght. Don Pangborn announced thaton If you will notice the county Is
for the Students
be the speaker during the services spring quarter. State Director of the of "poled" and "rowed" craftIn and faded among the raft These gentlemen .were Wednesday, August 21 there paying their men on the road gang
must have 2.0 (B)
a average
and will be assisted by Rev Fresh Water Fish and" Game duck hunting. lie touched on ers. They served their purpose, In the "no motor. corner. will be a Fish| Fry at Johnson more money than ever before. So
to be listed. Miss Mueller Is
Truby Parrlsh pastor of the also a member of the Student Commission Coleman Newman, the theory that it was more fair however. Several sportsmen Coleman Newman refereed the Lake for Rotarian. and Rotary why can't these drivers get more?

church. presided while the proponents to the ducks and more sport for supporting his opinion launched I meeting with the calm detachment Anns. Time set Is 1 p.m. Now I don't believe In women or
Judiciary Council at the FSU summer and exponents of duck hunting the hunter. Frank's Address craft and de. of Solomon That same evening Rotarians EdWiggins ,
R. H. Green Jr., church clerk. session. was rescue with skill a and thoroughly high school boys driving these
Is from motor boats on Levy'sPrairIe followed by a brief but concise termination.. demonstrated his qualifications F. M. Walrath, Jr., and busses but I do think they should
says. "Everyone urged to come
and with engaged In verbal pyro second by his brother, Larry The final decision "Motor for the' position he occupies. Cam Bastedo drove all the Midgets hire the best drivers they can and

worship us. District Scout Meet I technics. Representation was prominent Jacksonville attorney.The or "no motors" will be made by H. Is a worthy successor to Jacksonville where they pay them a living salary. If you

DANIEL !MILLER COWEV:' large (and wordy) on both sides; argument for the use of the Fish and Game Commission, of his splendid and gentlemanly: witnessed the Tars' defeat at the ,get to thinking about It, they havea

I Boy Scouts. Cubs and thclr families and now that the flame has died motors was opened by J. Barn- of course. A report of the meeting predecessor, Ben Morgan de hands of the Greenville Spinner. big responsibility much morn

: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie P. Cowenof from the New River District I and only the faint aroma of hill, who operates a fishing campon will be presented to that body ceased. Manager Aragon Invited the boys :than the teachera, and I think the

New River and Gainesville announce enjoyed a basket picnic and swim I I burnt powder remains, we are a Levy's Prairie and rents boatsto by Mr. Newman. And wh.tev.rtheir The argument Is done and the Into the dugout before the game. School Board and Superintendent

the birth of a son Daniel meet at a Camp Blandlng pier on :I bit dejected and wonder why -we hunters and fishermen. The decision It cannot be said vote In. Who will win "mo where they met all the players should think this over and see

Miller on August 18. In the Ala- Kingsley Lake Thursday afternoon neglected to notify the duck heavy artillery of his group Mr. that they didn't have the lighthouse tors" or "no motors"? We can't and of course received autographs. what they can do as I don't think

chua County Hospital. Before her of last week. A short district I tribe. so they might have presented Barnhill fired broadsides in all of public opinion by yhlcti answer that question but we It was really a day for the boy. they could live on such a salary

marriage ),(rs. Cowen was Miss meeting was presided over I their own arguments If directions ,-- burning tons of to '.teer the craft of State In the know the IOll
Eloise Johns of New River. by T. A. Rowand, field executive. I any. I wonder tf Mr. and Mr. verbal powder and !utilizing; ges- case It was democracy in ac- ,brother, the duck! years to com. A Subscriber.





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of first. Such lovely 'letter work. If you smell faintly of pkg. lemon Jello, 2 cupa boiling

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED LAWTEY en care from Mrs. Bishop Thomas of(I perfume, how they love you. //1 1 small can crushail< pine.

Brooker, who went to church and First get the child's love and drain off the Juice one

1878 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWN..EDITO". i.. II. Fut(." [l saw Mrs. Ara: Molts Bless their I respect by .well grooming and ground. Dissolve geia.
Cr, hearts. Nice letter too, from my I manners, then discipline will be, tine, and when It begins to thick
PubUIJVlfMI Every Friday and Entered M Second David. I have found It so. Novf en add pineapple and carrot.
friend Mrs. "Jo' easy. I put
CUm Matter at the Foot Office at Stark., FI& Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Yarbrougli good yourself see how good In molds. Chill until firm
of their Jimmy her son, soon be going up Serve
look pretty lettuce.
4LA4euA4r feel to know you
back to college In Colorado. you
to Wilkinson
MEMBERiriptloa 1949 daughter, Libby Wesley with a bit of rouge, a touch of Here Is a poem I love:
CLAY RILL letters from
son of Mr and Mrs. Andrew Many
bit of perfume.
lip stick and a A Betting sun In
==- clouds
Wilkinson, on Sunday, Aug., POMCA. NEBRJ love them. of
Clay Hill and how I dress.
"_ $2.00: Annually '1. 8 For Six MentionNEVER Cast aside that old faded rose,
11 In Monlac, Oat These Wherein I lift to the To should be
popular my eye er. me age some- Now that my dear friend Betty That is not for children to look
.. young people attended Lawtey tops of the elms. and my thought thing to be proud of that we have occasional long. Letters from An Autumn tree In leaves of
'' Junior High School, graduating travel' upward, while the rain braved life so long. Only the Strickland writes an I at all day Hazel GrlffU gold;
SWEEP UP A Manning
from the Ninth Grade They are pattern on the roof. coward given up and quite We Long Branch column, I am relieved Dorothy May' we wear lovliness
Mosley a like
\ a man has a repair job to do he ensembles all necessary of Highland, Shirley
of much news gathering. I
making their! home in Lawtey. Mr. all sometimes feel like being a of this
tools. make maybe a blueprint. Not Lift to the of card, Mrs. Winton Parrlsh
My father would a drawing Wilkinson Is employed at the your eyes tops the coward. Then I lift my eyes to Thanks, Betty. I can visit about When we grow old!
so a woman. She will fuss with her hair a minute and pull out a State Farm. trees the tall elms and know that God things probably more Interestingto Lawtey. Yes

bobby-pin. Years ago she would have stepped over to the dresser and Members of the Lawtey MYF Where the branches brush the I Is there watching. He cares and all my dear readers. School I IIKLPKI'L HINTS. I'have a recipe spirit and age care soul,bring when beauty We of
picked up a button-hook or a hairpin.My and their friends met at the ; my thoughts, travel up. Forgottenare soon starts everywhere. I want for making beads from pare to meet our Maker. pre.

father had a big roll-top desk In which he kept, among other church Thursday night of last Keep below them'not* on the walks the aches and cares of this to just say one thing to all lady rose petals. They are black and rain still patters and I love The it.

things, some beautifully sharpened pencils. Nobody took the pains toharp..n week for an Ice' cream supper. Let them; see how the tall trees world. I see beauty and knowl- teachers from experience. Dressup fragrant. Anyone wants the I wish this morning I could shake
for the children.
pencils like my father. They came down to evenly tapered During the evening they elected grew, edge that makes us human beings pretty They I will gladly send it to tho, hand of every render. I can
thin cobweb. No patented I officers for the next follows with a soul like our Maker instead enjoy seeing you fixed up. How recipe
points: that would draw a line aa aa a pencil year as using a tie rack that think of nothing better, and /
; much! better feel too and them. Try say
sharpeners could or probably ever will do as good a job. We children : Don't anchor your thoughts on of dumb brutes. Then I am can demand respect.you They like revolves for holding pot holders. God bless you all. I am there

always knew where to get a pencil but the pencil didn't always President, Ada Edwards; Vice the paving; gloriously happy. to nails Put it near the stove ,with _you anyway In spirit.
see finger pretty
get back, or if they did were minus the point Then the. desk wouldbe President Idell Durban; a Secretary Let them follow the branchesup I I The rain still patters on the when you help them with their IIERE IS A SUNSET SALAD. Love Lura.
Elma Crews Treasurer, Linda high; roof. I had letter.from student
locked for a time. My mother would sometimes need to get some ; a a
Carter; Worship Chairman, [ Don't miss the beauty above you in Baghdad, Iraq. Wishingme
thing in the desk during these locked periods and It my father had the .
Esther Shuford; Recreation Chair Where the elm leaves sweep the a happy birthday. Another
button-hook. A few deft twists
key In his pocket, out would come
man, Ann Carter. sky. letter from a housewife and
J the lock would .
ar open.A
There were twenty young people Don't widow In England. People want
woman can make a very satisfactory cotter.plnWith/ a bobby- present life weight friendship and love the world over.I

pin. The heel of a shoe has rapped In many a nail. Nail polish and your ; They are eager to be friends. Let
Mr. and Mrs. L>. H. Futch were Rise with the limbs in the air;
chewing gum have been put to weird and wonderful uses by the ters from Starke: Mrs. Nettles,
visiting relatives In Mlddleburg Let your eyes and your thoughts
lo:.:tly: hands of Ingenious women. last Sunday.. travel up and a get-well card from dear r

During the last war women workers solved ,many "Intricate"problems Miss Lou Edwards of Jacksonville To the sky for Ood Is up t ere. Miss Olive Ray which was forwarded Never B-U-Y Before You TRYSUPER
to me from Sioux FalluHospital.
which had male engineering talent wringing their hands. In. spent Sunday here with her -Mavis CollinsI I had a letter from

one instance, an aircraft parts manufacturing plant, working feveris parents, Mr, and Mrs Will Ed. love hills for they make you the hospital, soon they will have __

ily to get out equipment badly needed at the front, was tied up wards. lift your eyes to the beauty about room for me. A lot of emergency

bv the faulty operation of a machine. After a delay, a battery of Miss Mettle Harley of Jackson you. If we go along with our cases which .must be tak-
beatmln"'dedmale.. available converged on the balky machine. ville was the weekend guest of her
the eyes to our toes, we can never see
They were astounded to find the machine operating at top speed. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Har and appreciate the beauty of a

'The'girl at the machine did not even look up. She was too busy, for ley.Miss tangle of vines in'a thicket, as 1 STORESYOUR
Ada Edwards spent several PHONE 218
as each part emerged site assisted it to completion with the aid of a clays In Jacksonville last week used to se along the sand roadsas

PAN-CAKE TURNER.So with relatives I walked to school at Clay
when your wife tens' the urge to do some fixing, don't hand Miss Perla Townsend of Val- Hill. Good roads are a blessing,

set a hammer. She would probably smash her thumb. Don't laughat dosta, Ga, was the guest of Mrs. but they also disturb the natural *
her, just let her use the heel of her shoe, some chewing gum, nail Effle Miner during the weekend. growing-vegetation. I FLORIST
remember how
polish and a few bobby-pins. You will be amazed at the results. Miss Joyce .Newsom of Starke tangle of flowers underneath and vines rana the THESE & MANY MORE. GROCERY. & MEAT SPECIAL SEE JAX PAPERS

Sam McQarvey.HK1 was the guest of Miss Esther Shu-
ford for several days during the path made by the hogs. I never SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 & 27SnoUp
saw a snake In those places. So

STONE'S FLYING MARSHAL week. today I lift my eyes to the top of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells anddaughters
Talking to the residents of the Keystone Heights and Starke the elms and distant hills this (j) Silver River Fancy
Mary Ann and Nina, of
areas Is like reading some of the publicity released by the California Adel, Ga.r were visiting Mrs. morning and think of the good AlaskaSALMON
of this fine "Land of Lakes" are ness of life, with its mysteries and
Chamber of Commerce. The people Well's mother Mrs. Effie Miner, Pineapple Armour's

justly sold on the natural advantages that these areas have to offer. last Sunday. Mary remained here would great beauty.not have If we It willed we FLOWERS ik

The little town of Heights has been energetic In its otherwise. GRAND
Keystone with her grandmother and will attend
Little Town" In Sometimes each of us thinks our FOR ALL! OCCASIONS No. 2 en. 18c 6' Tall 39c
attempts to make Keystone Heights the "Biggest school In Lawtey this year. lot la just a bit the hardest. can
Florida! Keystone through the, foresight of the City Fathers Is the Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp had and think Stop
It over. Would DISH GARDENS
only town of Its size In the United States than can boast of its own as their guests: during last week change places with anyone you you PER K D E A L I Green Giant

Municipal Airport and Seaplane Base, its own municipal beach and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pendry and know? I know I would not wantto POTTERY

c.a fine climate and the natural 'surroundings that make "every daya family and Mr. and Mrs. Ivory If I could. Table Grade ( Tender Peas
Thompson and of Miami. POTTED PLANTSFLOWERS
holiday" for its own sport-loving residents and visitors /who come family Out the window I can see my
from all parts of the country. |.r Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sapp and bed of zinnias In full bloom,along WIREDANYWHERE ROMAOLEO 303 can 19c
two daughters of Tallahassee 2
were large packages /
Keystone is also publicly minded. The fine 'group of businessmen visiting relatives and friends In the garage. They alone >,were t

and the Chamber of Commerce sponsor a Keystone Radio Pro- Lawtey during the week. Mr. spared me when the hail came. Gingham Girl
Digger Is Nona
curled St Starke
ria.-n! : every Thursday night at 8 p.m. over Station WJHP, directedby Sapp was reared In Lawtey but A up asleep near
me. rain Is
Jim Murphy. The history of the natural facilities of this area are moved away twenty year. ago and pattering softlyon
the roof. Out over the hills to 33
s.'t forth on the "skyways" each week. this was his first visit back to his the east
a misty veil hangs. It
Keystone: now has another "First", A well known -resident of the old home. Their friends will bo is cool this morning. I have apples 19c Ib.

toW, Jesse L. Hill, Lieutenant Commander of the U. S. Navy retired, Interested to know that their to make jelly, but I am so 16 jar 15c

has just received his Flight Rating and Is now considered the only daughter, Barbara Jean is In enjoying these rare, misty days so oz.

"Flying Marshall1', Mr. Hill won his wings at the Florida Aviation training In Riverside Hospital and uncommon out here In August HOWARD'S"JIP4

Academy, located at the Keystone Airpark. So "buzz artists" and will graduate in the near future. that I am putting off the jelly I[MEATS MEATS MEATS MEATS MEATS MEATS
Mr. and Mrs C. E. Crosby and
low flyers beware! There la a Flying Marshall at Keystone Heights children, Richard and Frceda, and have making ordered until a sunny day. We Bess GradeWHITE
some more
Miss Joan Walker of Wcsconnett for a I BACON lb. End Cuts 15c Center
A SPIDER IN THE PAPER were. visiting relatives fit Lawteylast where hedge the ambulance Along the garage : ; Cuts 29cWilson's

Many years ago Mark Twain was editor of a small-town news- Thursday. I unloads. I''
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aim have ordered K.I ht t.1 Rindless SLICED
g 35c
paper. A reader wrote In saying that he had found a spider in his Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon and Ing I UIVU"- -
phlox have In mind ,
paper, and wanted to know If that was an omen of good or bad luck. two children were guests of Mrs. other shrubs many
and plants to brighten [Meaty WESTERN SPARE RIBS lb. .
Mark Twain answered: "Finding a spider In your newspaper Is neither Mlxon'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. up the grounds. The roses and -

bad luck. The spider was merely looking over our paperto Will Edwards last Sunday. things I
good nor set out this spring are
see which merchant was 'not advertising su he could go to that Miss Eloise Stanley of MadisonIs growing fine. Don helped me reset I (Western PORK CHOPS, End Cuts, lb. 39c1I"on'lI

store spin his web across the door and lead a life of undisturbed the guest: of Miss Faye Mllesat the iris and I have them all \\' OrtifUilALLPORK. .
her home west of
Lawtey this
weeded now. Small things that Call for reliable
peace ever afterward. as on IIH drug
week. one grows older makes I. SAUSAGE 1 lb. roll _ 39c
Retailing has come a long ,way since those days, and the art of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buchollz life In and health ne N at worthwhile ,
advertising has .undergone great development. And advertising, by teresting. Never get the Idea that
of Dinsmore
were looking after
you have lived past the age of Hating We pride ourselves on HAM SALE! Cudahy's or Kinghan's!
stores or any other kind of business, a typical outgrowth business Interests here last Sat. usefulness I
or that life no longerhas
competitive system. It in the bent possible means of reaching thc urday. Interest for you. One can al. tho scrupulous exactness which I I Shank End 39c Ib.-Butt End 49c l Ib.} Center SI. 89c lb.
people who want goods and services, of urging the merits of one Robert Whitehead Is upending be Influence ,
ways an for the good. Into
goes every prescription
brand as against another, and of encouraging the consumer to go to his vacation here with relatives. Being cheerful at any age even FRESH BELL

some particular retail outlet. That it benefits the consumer goes Mrs. Joyce T. Futch, Miss Mary In pain, can help the younger we fill. I PEPPERS SUGARCrowder

No could excessive price Julia Futch and Minton Futch TOMATOES Lb. .' 15c
without saying. storekeeper long charge an person to appreciate age and say, PEAS
with competitors offering in print the same or an equivalent productat I spent the week in Quincy with "I do wish I could be like grandma PHONE 79

a lower price And deceptive advertising always defeats Its own Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Futch. They when I am old." For we are Temple Avenue Starke, .,... Gravestein; Eating
also visited Walter Terry who Is !all old matter' Lb. carton I I lOc APPLES 2 Ib. 19c I
purpose. The wise merchant advertises aggressively, but he bases a patient In the Thomasville, Ga, : do getting no If we 'III lb. lOc -
not count birthdays long
his story on appeal not fiction.MICHIGAN. Hospital. u any __ _u
I Mrs. T. J. Terry, Miss Elizabeth

RANCH Terry and Mrs.: Florle Durham I

were visiting Mrs. Terry's sifter, Once. q.
Mrs. J. C. Shelton, In Jackson Drive it ..
3 MILKS SOUTH OF STARKE ON ROUTE 100 ville last Friday

: Miss patient Selma at St.Eunice Vincent's who has hospital beena And You'll Want to Drive it Always a,

tnZ Is convalescing at her home here. TM

zo Felman Redd of Macon Ga., Is

o.-::1 a vlolting his grandparents, Mr. and

-O < tn: Mrs.Mrs.O Rosalie J. Phillips.McLeod of Gainesville MAKE A DATE WITH THE T i

i was visiting friends In Law.
.rJ( ri
i tey last Monday evening. PWOiVE fOR
:c The Junior 1A I
O( Lawtey High opened
Q -= HIIINO TUN: ENTIRE rr1 last Monday for the 1F.1p-50 term. "ROCKET"OEMONSTRATON

FAMILY TO DINE en There are five new teachers

IN OCR CLEAN CAFE the school this year. A. A. Cook Is I4p

-_ principal and Mrs. Morgan Mrs.
Jones Miss Simpson and Mr.

Casey are the new teachers. We 1
CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION will give more news about the

opening of school next week.
I AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric Welding) Please send in y.ur newa for .. aaa4., ,.

Washing GrcusliiK Tire. Tube &; Batteries Are the Telegraph on Monday after. r

Sold on lU'DGKT.: PLAV. noon.Mr
and Mrs. J. M. Browning "- .
have recently bought the D.V.. ,
Starling farm west of Lawtey and -..

FLORIDA GREYHOUND BUSSES moved to It last week. -. --- -_1
t'E"t.O.OU.f: ECONOMY: : -- Li
SPEED \ .. ,. "- --.. (

FLY the Pay asl _

you learn. Special charter trips and sightseeing

trips by appointment. Phone 1/7.1

Futurmmlf OUimal 811" Fear-
TRANSFER AND ,>nor Union mth "Rocket" Enftn

R B ALVAREZ" & SON. STORAGE CO. 'llytlra-Matic on Series fries"98"itnnJard/ and ff'Pnumt *WamhU "-

local We warn you you won't be.at6Ged. ( with any other I rare once you've aptionul txtra rout an"76J*
We operate
driven the "83." For tliu U a "Rocket" Engine car .' and your tint

!fj!!; &; !long distance minutes at it. wheel l will give you a completely new point of view about \ t

anywhere In U.S. motoring! Here's eager power that make traffic driving easy. Here'seffortlet 12. \,\

power that' tuned to.the open road. Here's true Mgh- U ,

EXCELLENTSTORAGE compression power that coats less not more, to command! And it' paired \U\ OLDS M OBILE

SS IlT PHARMACIST with the new cue and safety of IIjrdra-Matio Drir *. All this plus Futur-

FACILITIES mic Styling iu compact yet paciou Bodies by Fisher!But you've got to A GlHtKAl MOTORS<< VAlUt

Phone 64 STARKE i/riV it to believe it. : ; 10 make your date with the "83"t! Call your Old.*.. .

Agents For by inolila dealer-now! PHONE YOUR NEAREST DIALR
n- Service .

.DelcherBros. See us first! DAY & NIGHT .

Ph. Ill, TORODE CHEVROLET CO. or visit Call & Court Sts., Starke, Fla.


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By Mrs Bryan "'bIUt..ldSummer Blanche Cunningham

hOlidays ended Monday Mr. and Mrs 'R. L. Chrlsten- WELCOME BACK r KOCH'S FOUNTAINE
for the boys and girls who attend berry of DeLand are guests of
Bradford High. Jimmie Godwin lathe Mrs Ida, M. Gentry.Mr. .
Farm's representative In the and Mrs. Bishop Myrick of
Senior Class this year and there Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Bob .
are four first ,
graders Richardand
Myrick and daughter. Kathy of
Mary Dugger, Billy. North and Pine Level surprised their mother,
Judy Carol
Crews. Mrs. Sue Myrlck. Wednesday
Betty Williams wa routes at evening wjth a birthday supper,
a peanut boiling at the home of Including a nice cake and other
her parents, Mr. and Mr. W. H. dainties. _
Williams Saturday evening. Boys Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsytn Mrs. a .. i t i ,
and girls from the Farm and.Rat- A. Carlson, and Blanche Cunningham r
ford enjoyed games around a bon: were: Starke callers duringthe
fire for several hours. I week. ,- i ,,I 4F

Mr. and Mrs.:J. G. Godwin were Mrs. Raymond Cams, who has ,,
In Belle Glade Saturday and Sun- ,
been on the sick list for several
day on account of the death and weeks Is Improving and Is now
funeral of W. B. Granger who able to be up and around.
had been superintendent of the
)Mrs. Burt Busbee of Silver i
prison division there for
a num-
ber of Springs and her sister, Miss Lillian -
years. Mr and Mrs. Granger '
and their son, Walter, Gentry are spending a few
former days at Jacksonville Beach. I' F:. .
....,--,._..residents.- "- and. sympathy- ,IS
i"*|.u"u0 LUC uercaveu rela-

tives.),fl'. and Mrs. Wallace Went VANDERBILTMISCELLANEOUS vr

and their son, Wally, of Toledo. ,
Ohio and Mr. and Mrs Eddie West u i l X11. v
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and their son, Johnnie, of Jacksonville : SHOWER r- ..4"sra +r ,
were dinner guests of Mr. A surprise miscellaneous-! shower -
and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell 'Sunday was given in honor of Mr. and
'when on their way to visit other Mrs. James M.\ Norman on Sat- -
relatives In Ocala and Tampa. I urday, August 20, at the home of '
Mr and Mrs. Rudy McDonelland Rev and Mrs. G. E. Cutshaw, Thu w \ A t'
son of Dunnellon spent the home 'Was decorated with gay w
past weekend with Mr. and Mr spring flowers of different varie
R. P. McLendon. ties. The hostesses were Mrs. .-9 :' Y
Little Misses Johnnie Cowart and Mrs. G. K.Cutsha.w. .
Nancy and Linda
Games I,
were enjoyedby
Simmons of Starke visited Rev.
and Mrs, 1.,A. Shepherd from Fri the group. Refreshments of
day until Sunday I,'served sold, drinks after and which hot Mra.dogs were Nor- ", Pictured Above Is The Handsome New Twenty-Foot Fishman Soda Fountain That Opened

Mrs., Isabel FdTvards of Jacksonville man opened her presents. About To The Public: This Week In Koch's Drug Store.
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. forty people were present at this
J. C. Wallace at their vacation lovely event. .
cottage at Keystone Heights.

family Spencer Mr. and reunion Crews Mrs.attended at P.the S. New Crews'and the Crews'River children School glad of to Is the see here Vanderbilt It start again much! All sectionare earlier .the Call Street This Week Is Welcoming Back One Of Its Most Popular Institutions And Gathering t

home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp than usual. We wish them a

Pundtiy.relatives. and present.Mr. There Mrs..Milo were Seigler about and 200 happy Miss Jimmy Mary success.Lee Gasklns Rudolph were Sapp visiting and. Places --- The Soda Fountain And Lunch 1 Counter At Koch's Drug Store. We Are :,}

son of Tallahassee spent Saturday "Nookie"! and Gloria Norman. Sunday I

and Mm.night Bryan and Sunday Whltfleld.with Mr John. Carter was visiting Mr.\ i: Particularly Glad. To See This Improvement Because It Is Evidence Of The Confidence

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson of and Mrs. James M. Norman on
Jacksonville were visitors of Mr.

weekend.and Mrs. R. %V. Brannen last I daughter Friday.Mr. and Gloria Mrs H.were L. Norman visiting and In That This Establishment Has In The Future Of Starke And This Entire Trade Area. This I II

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle re Gainesville Friday afternoon. I

Great lovely turned Smpkles vacation home Friday that trip Included through following stopovers the aI were Halslap Mr.visiting and Saturday.Mra.Mr. and F. M.Mrs.Norman W. R. Is The Way That Towns Are Built --- Not By Any Overnight Flash-In-The-Pan Mushrooming -

In Asheville,
N. ,
C. and Uat- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman

Hilllard.and linburg Mrs.In, McDonough Tenn.FeAgle While also-, visited Ga.away, and relatives Mr.in- were Norman Mr.visiting and Friday.Mrs.Mr, and Paul Mrs.\ Faulkner Lonzle,I I .-- But By Steady Growth An d Expansion And Constant Improvement.

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben
During the past week Mr. and Faulkner Saturday night. Mr. '
Mrs. J. M. Bradley had as their
and Mrs. Ben Faulkner have goneto
guests Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox
Kentucky for several days. I -
and their daughters of Orlando Mrs. J. M. Rosier and Jimmy I
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie BEST
Bradley and
Lee were visiting Mr. .and Mrs. CONGRATULATIONSTO
Bon and* Mr."and Mrs. Jlmmie' H. L. Norman and family Thursday KOCH DRUG STORE.
Bradley, all of Starke. WE\ ARE PROUDTO
Mr. ond Mrs. Newton V. Tur- I I On The Installation Of Their KOCH'S DRUG STORE :1
Dry and their daughters of Dallas, their daughter of Tampa were :
Texas were visitors of Mr. and Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs l I Modern Soda Fountain ANNOUNCE
Mrs. C. bf. Turney last week. Mon R. M. Markham. FROM
day' Mr. Turney Jr., left on a I Mr. and Mrs. John L. Walker
business trip to eastern points and were hosts at supper at their home STARKE MOTOR COURT THAT '
Mrs. Turney and the girls :wentto Saturday evening entertaining relatlves -'
visit relatives in the southern and close friends at a combined George II. Bunch, Owner TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
part of Florida and they will makeanother birthday and farewell party:i "One,Of Florida's. Finest"CONGRATULATIONS ,
short stay here before returning In honor of their son J. W. Waij j
to Dallas. ker. The occasion was his 17th i
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams and birthday anniversary and just pre-j BORDEN'SICE OUR VERY BEST WISHES
children of Milton visited Mr. and! ceded his departure for Callfor- :
Mrs. J. L. Williams Intermittently nla following his enlistment In I i TO KOCH'S DRUG STOREWe To One Of Our Very Best Businesses
last week going to Jacksonville the U. S. Army. i 1
. for an overnight stay and attend- i are glad to see this fountain' hack KOCH DRUG STOREWe
ing a Sunday School Conventionin ASK' TOR I Foe in Starke a convenient place to meet
Auburndale during the middle
of the we..k.Dr. CHILLSFFIVR our friends and get a refreshing drink. CREAMIS me /glad. to !see that they have

children. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera and 666A ANDREWS MOTOR CO. enough confidence!( in Slarke to install
returned Saturday from handsome modern
[ new Soda Fountain.
Dokle Beach, ,
near Perry where
\A I A i A /wb Ford Sales!! & Service
they enjoyed a week's outing.
Mr. and Mrs. T.. W. Brown and Mslsde Phone 118 Starke, Fla. ON SALE STARKE BUILDERS ,SUPPLYCONGRATULATIONS

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I'leave I'hone I l16 l()
: Constant Service Over 50 Years
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"j We Welcome This Sign Of Progress-- CONGRATULATIONSTO

I- The.Installation Of Koch's Best Wishes To A Good Neighbor-

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FBQElNERrLI'X Drug & Prescription Shop
I All Types Of Insurance ,..

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fi.esh If k/lld,1ftI':,Jf71/1' 4a/ir nlsAd Gt/c1 l/'ewt'ry.A'fo./gy.l ED SIMPSON -- GEM JEWELRYSeaboard FLORIDA FUEL I K K O M

011/c. !I 'Railroad Watch Inspector Rutane (>at & ..tppiiencesCOMPLIMENTS C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.CONGRATULATIONS.

Our Best Wishes Extended
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The Occasion Of Opening Their
Dowling & WainwrightNEW TO KOCH'S DRUG STORE"Our
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..... 't : & USED Friendly Neighbor"LOVETT'S .

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jj Phone 80 Starke. Fla."

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B. S. Edwards Miss Jeanette Priest Weds George T. Jones LIVESTOCK REPORTA MARKET

,. & .'' Honored At ReunionB. In Baptist Church Ceremony Friday Night SUNNYBROOK light sale with high priceswas
\ S. Edwards was honor guest liy Wanda Crosby the report at the Formers

at a family reunion at the home Produce Market In Gainesville

'}' J of his son and daughter-in-law. Y 3 BIRTHDAY PARTY this .week. The sale consisted of

l Mr. and Mrs L. S. Edwards, of Beverly Jo Crosby celebrated her 146 cattle and 372 hog! The :

Jacksonville on Sunday August lyt eleventh birthday anniversarywith market on slaughter cattle was

Residence Polly Mann Office U. He celebrated his 71st birth- a party given by'her aunt $1.00 to $2.00 higher than last Recent births at Shadycrest Hos-
pltal were:
Phone 173W Editor Phone 29 Mrs. Floyd Crosby, at her homeIn week. The market on slaughter
All of his children at-
day. seven
I Mr. and Mrs. Austin
the Sunnybrook sectlnn. calves and steers was $2.00 higherand Smith of
,... rrrssrnerrpsrersprrrrrS tended. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. steers and was Starke, a boy Austin Cary Smith
Indoor games were enjoyed under stocker cows ,
MeetsAt Folks Smith, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Edwards the supervision of Rev. Wen- $1.BO/ to $2.00 higher than last Jr., on August 18.
Class Young
TEL Enjoy
Mr. and Mrs. Ned
and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. fra Merrill Edwards and Jerome. Carol Coleman -

Morgan HomeThe Birthday PartiesBilly Mary Lou, and Steve, and Mr. dell Witte, and at a late hour week.The market on butcher hogs I 20. of Starke a boy, on August

TEL Class of the First Bap- McIntyre son of Mr. and and Mrrs. B. E. Edwards of this about cake and 60 young punch friends were served of BettyJo. to; ,was steady from with$20.00 good to feeders$2200. .Mr. and' Mrs. Vlnnon Forest %Naz-

tist Sunday School met Monday Mrs. J. A. McIntyre, was honored city were present. MM.. ,O. E. 1e She received many lovely; bringing L. H. Porter's pigs toppedthe worth ot Starke, a boy Eddie
afternoon at the beautiful coun- with a party celebrating his sixth Ray and five children of Monti- I Ralph, on August 20.
home of Mrs. L. U. Morgan birthday anniversary Wednesday iI4 S4:4f gifts.The market at $22.00. Mr. end Mrs. .Tommy
try Franklin
cello, and Morris Green, Mrs B. table was covered with a (Hog.
with 15 member present and one afternoon August 17. Twentyfive Edwards of Starke, a boy, Robert
linen cloth and and
S. Edwards' brother of Jackson gladioli pam No. 1's, $18.55; No. 2's, $18.00; I
friends of the honor Franklin
visitor. guest I pours were used to decorate. Mrs Roughs I I on August 22.
No. 3's, Heavy
gathered at his home on Temple 'ville were also guests. ; Mr. and Mrs Leslie
The first hour of the meeting w Crosby was assisted In serving bj $14 no; No. 1 Heavies, $17.00; No. I Franklin
was"devoted to the study end Avenue The affair was also a housewarming Y @ Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Misses Wan- 1430. jllsson, of Starke, a boy, Larry

class discussion of the book. "Out- A color scheme of pink and for the new home of the 7.. r ?a.; 9T4 A' 4yfy da and Mary Alyce Crosby. 1 Roughs, Calree Franklin on August 22.

linen of Bible History", this discussion white wan used throughout the L. S. Edwards' In Jacksonville. S t
\ Common
to $2150 -
Medium. $2050 ;
led Mrs. H. L. living and dining rooms. The din Club members Some
being by Christian Culls.. $15.- of UK'no
ChurchBible $17.00 to $20.50;
ing table was centered with a
Class Teacher. livestock will
Hough projects be offered
Junior'Women to
00 to 17.00; Stockers, $18.00
and white birthday cake
I School 10 for sale and In return these mem-
a.m. Morning 2300.
preover which was surrounded with green To Meet Sept. t
Worship 11 a.m. Evening Wor- Stern And Hflfern bers will be wanting to purchase
fern. Zinnias of the theme colors
Class President. The Treasurer ship 8 Wednesday night' $1900 Canners! different animals for new projects(
were placed on the table around The Junior Woman's Club will\ p.m. Cutters, $16.00 to ;
reported that the Class paid $10 the cake. Ice cream cake and meet at 8 o'clock Thursday night, vr Bible Study. You are Invited to $13.00 to $1600; Stockers,. $15.00to If you have any animals that

Into the Church building fund thl punch were served to the guests. September 1, In the Woman's visit a friendly church with the $20.00. would be suitable and would like
The $l1.n.: to offer them for sale please!
month. offering was Billy received useful and Club building. visiting preacher Bro. O. A COMA call
All current bills were voted paid. many oti Hark, assistant Chief of Police of Common $1600 to $18.75; Cut- or contact the Farmers Product-
"Health" will be
Mrs. F. F. Flume, Che Irman of entertaining gifts.Mrs. A program r i fat +,r 'I4t. I racksonville, will be the speaker ters,' $1300 to $16.00; Canner.. Market, phone 2106. Over 700)
Assisting Mylntyre on
the Nominating Committee sub- presented with Mrs. C. L. Currie I Sunday morning and evening. $10.00 to 13.00.On'September. farm families will be representedso
his occasion her mother
mltted the following slate of officers were as chairman. Hostesses will be H I Ivr Come and bring a friend. 24th the 4-H Clubof lets'make It a big day for the4H
Mrs. W. E. Thornton Mrs. W. Olalle .
who were unanimously elect ,'Mrs. J. H. Morris and Mrs. Miss Evelyn Stump, Mrs. Ralph L. vr Alachua County will hold their Club member

ed for the coming year: Mrs. R. A Violet: Thomas Alvarez, Mrs. Willard Pass, Mrs. 1t' Recent DeedsDeeds annual fair at the Farmers Pro-

Thomas, Pres.; Mrs. O. R. Mat A. J. Thomas, Jr.. and Miss y M duce Market Inc. This fair will Shop in ease for the entire

thews, let and 2nd Vice-Pres.; Mrs. J. H. Dennis entertainedwith Louise Stern. recently recorded in the 'consist of showing and judging family at THE BIG STAR

Mrs. Kinney Personal Ministries a wiener roast at her homeon courthouse are: the projects of this County's 4-H STORE
Vice-Pres.; Mrs. F. F. Flume +r r 1,1nr Millard R. Judd of Starke to
Mrs.I I Water Street Saturday afternoon GIRL SCOUT NEWSWell i
Stewardship Vice-Pres.; August 20. Honor guest on "j's William Graham of Lake Butler

Freeman Register, Class Secre- the occasion was her daughter, school has started and we W 1-2 of Lot lOot Block A of Phone 52.J
Mrs. D. L. Silcox Aast. Sec- Y.DEt
tary; that division BABY SEt\VICE
known )
as Mount
Charlene Dennis, who celebratedher expect a1of\ our members back
retary; Mrs. D. W. Moore, Busi- Pleasant Airs.\ Ilartmiuin
Tr I eighth birthday anniversary. again. New members will be wel- on Silver Lake.Mrs. : w. FOLLOW TNI .Ton
& as-
ness meeting Secretary .
Twelve girl ,friends In Char- come. Vacation Is over now so George Olive Groeger Blrk

urer.The President Mrs. ene's age group .shared the occasion back to Our books we must go. to Alex T. Shelph, both of Gra-
appointed with her. Outdoor Poor ham, lot and house in the center Yes The Tourists And Transients
games us Like
L. V. Morgan and Mrs. W. B. ..
of Graham, on the west side of T
enjoyVd and wieners
were ,
Alexander Group Captains to : were It seems that Lynn Davis I II*
.. & J Railway, north side of Starke Our Food. .
roasted in the yara. c.nanene ... -
serve for the period of three working on- her Community Life a '" >TL. p c ':: and Brooker

months. was the recipient of many lovely Badge and Is keeplrg the building The marriage of Miss Jeanette nations. The bridesmaids Misses Edward D. Highway.LaMontagne\ of Ala- t But we still have time to cater

During the social hour the hostess gltts. epic and span. We hope more Priest. daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. Nancy and Elizabeth Jones, sisters chua County to Lannle H. Thomp yi1 to the home folks We ap-
served a delightful salad Scouts take up Community Life. Clyde G. Priest, and George T. of the
Miss groom, wore gowns of son of Alachua county lot 31 of
Graham honor
Joalyce was '
course. It keeps the place clean. (That Jones' son of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle pastel colored organdy over Unit 1 of Indian Beach.F. -2 predate your business and always
nest at a party celebrating her
The Class acknowledges with would be the only way. Seniorswon.t Jones of Dunedin, was solemnizedat matching taffeta and carried a C. Holllngsworth and William L
fifth to friends
birthday anniversary at theummer try please our at home
beautiful table for the touch It. Too much school
a the First Baptist Church Fri. of carnations
home of her Mr. nosegay Kronenberger sold 15 acre farmon
Class room together with a cash I and Mrs. W H. Graham parents on work, you know). day evening August ID, at 7:30: The flower girl Salley Ann Szym- new' Chastain road to Edward
gift of $5 from Mrs. Alice Lang- The rule was made by Mrs. Rev. L. D. Haines officiated. czak. S.
Kingsley Lake last Friday after- : wore a gown of pink or- Munsen of Buffalo N. Y. The Still Serving Our Famous Business Men's
ford of Lake Butler; also an at- barney at the regular meeting The altar ;was formed by an gandy over taffeta and a pink hat transaction was made through the!
tractive table as a gift from Mrs. noon.Twenty Wednesday afternoon that adorned with cluster E. LUNCH 50c
friends shared the occasion any arch covered with lace tern Interspersed a of pink A. Strout Agency.KINDERGARTEN. -
Kinney with her. Swimming was girl who misses three meetings In with white gladioli. On rosebuds to the side She carrieda

enjoed throughout the afternoonand succession. will be suspended from either side were seven branch basket of rosebuds. Jimmy Ma- NOTICEMrs. GUIDON GRILL

Joalyce received many useful the troop for two months. candelabra holding white tapers lone served as ring bearer. Martha Smith wishes. to

gifts Ice cream and cake were The Juniors and Seniors have and baskets of white gladioli a- ,' The brunette lovllnesa. of the Interview mothers of kindergarten GEO. KOFELOCSOS;

Saturdap OnlyFREE served to the guesta. been divided again for the winter alnat a background of banked I' bride was enhanced by her gown pupils on Friday, September 2, at

months. Juniors will meet on palms of white slipper satin. The fit JO, a.m. 'The kindergarten wit

STAR BRAND shoes for Mondays and the Seniors on Wed; Dflbert Sterret, University of ted bodice was adorned with a open on September 6 at 9 a. m.

oys' & girls at STUl\U>>' nenday. Florida Glee Club Director, sang large round foliar sprinkled with Hours will be from 9 a.m. to 1

Starting with the next meeting Beloved" and "Because". Ha seed pearls. The long sleeves tap p.m. CREWS SERVICE STATIONFormerly

the presidents of each group will) was accompanied by Mm. L. A. ered to a point over the bride's

conduct the meetings. At the Canova at the organ. Traditional hands. The fingertip veil of MARCIA JUNIOR

Children' S kllltl.. ...acbChild' next Troop Committee meeting wedding marches were used French design was fastened to A ( Ktdd's Service Station)

D AaR C the president and vice president Louis Dooley of Gainesville served -I tiara of orange blossoms and the BY LADY FAIR

DreMFREE FL': of each group will be present. aa best man. The ushers were' bride carried a white Bible top. UNDER MANAGEMENT OF

I STARKE Scribes: Lucille McRae and I Maxie Carter Jr., and M. C, Wll- ; ped with a purple orchid and BEAUTY SHOP

kerson of Dunedin. The bride was showered with tuberoses. Her .
Sue G.
Mary L.
Epperson. (Tiny) LOVELL
Sun., Moil., TueH., Aug. 28-30 given In marriage by her father only ornament was a strand of

(EMETEKV WORKING Clyde O. Priest. pearls a gift of the groom.

THE DUDE The maid of honor, Miss Justine The bride's mother wore a navy SINCLAIR GAS& OILS
Zipper with each $3 Material .There will be a working at Priest. cousin of the bride of WI1Inton blue crepe dress with navy acces

GOES WESTEddie Sapp Cemetery near Ralford on wore a gown of yellow organdy sories. Her corsage was of gold
August 30. Bring tools to work ; over matching taffeta. She carnations. )
Albert, Gals Storm POLISHING
with. Mrs. J. C. Jones. carried a nosegay of yellow car.Li Mrs. Jones mother of the groom,
Also Sl':"rtnl.
chose a pink crepe with navy blue GREASING

\\ ., ...hllr...., A IIII'. 31 I. Sept. 1 accessories. and a corsage of pink

Thread with each 91 Material DOUBLE FEATURE: carnations. Goodrich Tires Tire Batteries
Repairs -
Immediately following the ceremony

MELODY TIMEWalt Li LiGlad : a reception was held at the -- And Other Accessorles-
church service center. The room

FREE DUney "SM| ><.laity and was decorated The with bride's white gladioli ALSO
palms. table over-
AM) I to -.t-;:; laid with a beautiful white damask I I i
1 Handkerchief with each nee (Priest) Ing" at the University of Minnesota t AUTOMOBILE REPAIR WORK
CALIFORNIAStraight Jones and her crew-cropped; bride Hospital In Minneapolis cloth was centered with a yttt t -

l'alr Dungaree, $1.69 groom, George, back In town aftera She and a friend flew from At- three-tiered wedding cake toppedby 10

swellegant wedding trip to points lanta a month ago on an emerg- a miniature bride and groom. "0h. Johnny you're
On either side were branch candel-
In West Florida Hear they'llbe ency rail from the Red Cross Uut..an4 "', sit M Ir..."
Men'ft Work Pants Wit h John Wayne leaving .soon to set up house- Lois writes that "Starke was abra holding white tapers. Arrangements -
of the table was made ALL WORK GUARANTEED
keeping In Gainesville where
like this
never Eapelallcy the mosquitoes' I
.'rl.. 3- by Mrs Van H. Priest, aunt of LADY FAIR FEAUTY SHOP
Socks FREE! Mat., Hopt 2, George will\ be a Senior and Jeannette '! And can you imagine,
the bride.
DOUBLE FEATURE a Soph at the University of they don't say 'you all'? However COMPLETE BEAUTY SEMVICtV
Mrs L. A. Canova assisted 1 In SENIOR :351 Temple Ave. Across From Jail
HOUSEKEEPER'SDAUGHTER Florida Theirs was certainlya we're liking it fine, and feel that OPEMltMSCALL County
pretty wedding, and about the there rould be no ,worthier cause" cutting the rake. Mrs.. Lex Green ST. AT.RAIL.ROAO
presided at the punch bowl, and FOR APPOINTMENT *HONK !I.
only real church wedding we'vehad All of which reminds me.
Sullivan'sDRY Jinu' Bcnnrtt this summer Usually while visiting our own hospital Mrs. Maxie Carter assisted In ..
Alen- there's about one a ,week from Tuesday I noted they didn't havea serving. About 250 friends of the ., .. r ... r -- _- -. I IC"U"ENTEIl'S

June on, but things seem to have thing In the "Infantry" but couple attended I IWebster's
ANI :::
been unusually slow In that line bnby boys five of them! During the evening the newly- C.1RPE1'TEIi'.. CAUPENTEU CARPENTERS'

GOODS The Lone Rider this summer, If you want a son maybe you'd weds to left Tallahassee.on a short They honeymoontrip will re- !

better go to the hospital now .
Ride on Roper Street in Gaines SCHOOL
117 West Call Street CROSSES RIO got The under annual way trek Monday hark and to BUS not Seems to be contagious. t ville where they will both con- SUPPLIES Dictionary . 59c

With Leo IIoiiNtiin tinue their, studies at the Unlver- i
Starke, Fla. ed quite a few new Interesting I Cull Street vn. Also Short & Serial
faces the Haven't '
on faculty
come an' go Edgar Wilkinson Out-of-town SUP ,: Pencil Boxes .
guests .
attendingthe 59c
29c &
had to meet -
an opportunity any t
_- _- _.__._ Is back Bt the Fire
--- ----------m----- Department ,
wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
of the new teachers yet, but quite '
'I after a week off the job nn.l R. J. Priest of Lake City, Mr.
make nice additionto
sure they'll a
FISIIKKMKN: If you want the limit and a mil (''iy'.. 'olltln" the community they always whrt-h he spent at home Olin I land Mrs. M. C. Wllkerson of Colored Pencil Sets . . 15c I

try the "Airlift Service"! of 110. Florida ,\\'hit'nn''a.I..y.' do Heard recently that Wayne White Jr., has returned to Car- I(IDunedln. T. R. McIntosh of Ham;>-
at the Keystone Ranch and Airpark. Our ".\irllft Scrvlca"opens Sargent son of the' M. M. Snr- penter's, and Annie Hutchings Iba..k \ ton. .. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle T.

up new territory for the rUhomian. inaccessible Virginlake gents of Keystone and a former at Is.Alvarez off to: South. Elma Carolina LeeHickey I and Jones Mrs.and Van family H. of Priest Dunedin of Madison Mr!- Plastic Rulers . . tOe t
are within a. few ntlnutr. by Seaplane., "'., furnish the BHS-ite, was awarded the Silver
and Nelma I Keen handed that way Mrs. Lula and Newton Prte.tot !
Seaplane, pilot, anil operldl Mat, take yon there and return Key of Merit as outstanding of thin week tooVhllc Charles R.I.
WiHlBton and Mr. and Mrs. |
for you.Keystone. flcer cadet from the University Shepherd attending. Television L Chalk and Mary Elva of Dunedin NOTE BOOKS t9c ERASERS .- . 5c
Florida at the ROTC,
Alrrxirk In the moot complete recreallonul tenter lot Army nrhoril In Jacksonville, Dewey ,

In the. country. Hotel lounge, anti caret huo .Inken. and nulmmlng I Fort Benning, Ga. Congratu- Taylor of .lax has begun, workingAt
beach. A government approved nvhnol tho Florida jlatlons. Another honor -- his place an. .sent lover man 15c CRAYONS . 20c

Atlatlon Academy offer Private, commercial), Flight Instructor Hear Doyle" Conner Jacksonville wan guest I. Maybe\ they'll nil nettle bn! k
speaker ar the ,'
Seaplane, and Multi-engine rating, I Club last Monday Rotary I down with. the return of cuol LONG BRANCH PROTRACTORS 5c COMPASSES t5c
treated between Slarke and weather
Keystone Height Drop In andsee By Mrs. ;J. L. StricklandThe
u* ank for Roy II. Itrounlng.KET8TONE A
Friend of Marian r.n'e111 bo LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES
RereUetl. a request| from Cpl
RANCH ANDlRI'RK Interested to learn of her engagement ;
I Donald Hardenbrook this .week fora I Jim Glllla family have -
Box C, Keystone Height, Flu.& I'h. Keyshioc; No. 11 to Harold 1 Francis Knudsen I moved from Brinson's We
Ensign. USN The wedding subscription to the TelegraphHe's I camp.
1 will take place in Miami. November on flalpan Inland a understand they went to Arcadia. RUG SPECIALS

10 Marian (la former Call "fur" pier from Call Street I'd'': Mrs.\ Susie Padgett ,was suddenly
." taken ill Sunday. She was
utreeter) U a National Air Lines say Had a pop mil frern ex-
RIDINGCOMFORT C of C !sitting In the swing taking care
Secy. Kvclvn (Stephens
stewardess at the time
and Ensign Knudsen Is stationed Kendrick and the Colonel early !of some of the children when : 60c MURINE - 54c SOc EYELO 33c

at the Miami NAS Incident. this week They'd been checkIng I'she fell to the floor unconsciousThey -
rushed her to Starka where :
up on thing round his home.
ally am Informed that Billy Lovereturned
to her home In Homa- St. Augustine before starting out the trouble was pronounced high : 1.40 1S

AT ITS BEST anssa Springs Thursday from a for his new station In the Pacific blond prensure.Mrs. I I It E; I : T'I C A 1.21 7Sc Listerine 69c

three-weeks visit In Holland with fear that Pvt. W. R. (Bi111Edwards Elgin Padgett has repaired -
arrived In Japan about the floor and sills In her

With i Shepherd's Plastic I her trip mother from New York. On her It Just return so two weeks ago He's the son dwelling house.: She J U now hav- 7Sc COLGATE TOOTHPASTE
In II"th& house wired for .; 59c
lights. -
happened that the stewardess on of Mr. snd Mrs B. K. Edward, - -
And trained VVoss :Mosley of Baldwin -vo*
board her at the Aberdeen Proving -
was none other than
SEAT COVERS Ground In Maryland before calling on peopl'In this section
daughter Marian! .
going overseas His new address last week trying to interest CALL "64".CARPENTER'S

Lila Netvuome., who graduated Is: Pvt. W. R. Edwards. Bat- them in new electrical equip

last fall from the Georgia Baptist tery B, 13th F.A. Bn.. 24 Inf. Div ment. He informs us that the

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD Hospital School of Nursing In At- Arty.. APO 21. Unit 4, care Postmaster new Baldwin school house Is completed -

lanta. Is now doing "Polio num- San Francisco and ready for the'openlnA' .
RADIO TELEVISION of school there on September :5.
Seem. to he all for now Mrs. Lang returned home Sun- The Rexall Store
Court Madison Sts. Starke. Fla.' Phone 6J Florida
STAR BRAND dress and I So long See you In the next duy from Starke where she spenta Starke,

I work shoes for men. Stump's. Carolyn week with relatives 4.. ,

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Mrs. W. E. Starnei and son,I Miss Beverly LImbaugh, who has Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jaudon were Friends will be Interested to Mrs. Raymond Howe spent the Carl Roberts, Bradford High moved Into the M. F. Hazen daughter, Diane of Miami are

Clayton, of Wilmington N. C., been visiting her uncle and aunt, In .Jacksonville on business Thurs know that Mrs. Selma Bronson of weekend with Mr. and Mrs F W. School band director, and sons apartment recently. Mr. Rape visiting his mother, Mrs. Carrie

1 visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle I Mr and Mrs Charles day afternoon. Orange Park attended the funeral Doylng of Keystone Heights who are living In Mrs. Carrie Kltch'a teaches at Lawtey.Mr. Hitch and uncle and aunt, Mr. and I

Friday ofDoyle ]last week Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Snow of of her father-in-law in Orange- are spending the summer at Red. apartment on Cherry Street. Mra. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch and Mis. T. J. Griffin this week.L.YEZ .
Mrs. lived with theMr.Starnesand for the past three weeks returned Dublin, OB., spent Thursday night burg, S. C., on Wednesday. Mrs dlngton Beach near St. Petersburg Kates, Mr.\ Roberta' slater, ofLeesburg

In Wilmington during the war. to her home in Montgomery, Ala., with Mr. and Mrs L. D. Vinlng. Bronson will be remembered as is visiting them indefinitely. -

. Col. and Mrs Flannery Pope of Tuesday. They were on their way to Day- bliss Selma Thornton. CARLISLE FOR COUNCILMAN.Mrs. STORE

Dublin, Ga., on their way to the While on vacation Mra. T. M. tona Beach, Dress fabrics & Simplicity: Grace Pearce and son, Mr. and Mrs.\ V J Rape and Establishedh1891:: 'I Iu

VFW Convention in Miami, spent Hatchings spent some time with Mrs. Peggy Tilley returned patterns at STUMP'S. Vernon of Plant City are visiting son, Marcus, of Fitzgerald, Ga., ; :
Thursday! from Nashville, Tenn., Mrs. Pea roe's alstcr-ln-law, Mra.
her Miss Sharon Hall
last Thursday night /with\ Mr. and daughter, Mrs. R. O. Dodson accompaniedher I tr 0 o. r j-j-jj-jj-j-jj-j-j-j jj. aaaaaaai
D. Vining. In Jacksonville. where she visited relatives. She I grandmother, Mrs L. S. Hutto i J. H. Fields, for a few days this
Mrs. L.
was accompanied by Roy Turner I week
Mrs C. Q. Barksdale and Mrs. Men's dress & work shoes and daughter, Mary Ella. Her to Mrs.Jacksonville Hutto visited Saturday her ann where an,11 Mr. and Mrs. William Holeornb SAVE AT DENMARK'S USE OUR IJUDGET; PLAN t

Luis Mott visited In Salt Springs for every purse & purpose at Sister Mrs Nancy Gunter, and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. T. I and Mr. and Mrs J. Earl Mvrri

Sunday. THE STAR STORE=* daughter Carol returned with F. Hutto and children. of Eustls were Sunday guests of ,1 t CLOSE OUT .......r
t I them. On the return trip they Miss Frankle Morgan returned! Rev.. and Mrs L. D. Haines Rev. : oNE:: ONE -'" [

topped In Valdosta. Ga., and visit- to Alachua General Hospital in Haines la a formec pastor of the! I ONLY riece: OSLY. \
Every Branch of ed Mr. Turner's daughters. On Gainesville Sunday to continue Kustia church.

. Saturday night the group had a her nurse'a training after spending I I Mr and Mrs Jim Preston and Living Room

INSURANCER party at the: Pelican Club with 14 a month with her parents, Mr son, Jimmy, and Wesley King

I ppople present, and on Sunday and Mra. Matt Morgan. son of Mr. and "Truman SUIT r,

they enjoyed a picnic at Klngsley Mra. Thelma Thomas and Mrs King apent Sunday at Jacksonville a

Beach. C. E. Beam spent Saturday with Beach where they met Mrs (IteKular $159.50 Value)
l CARLISLE FOR COUNCILMAN.Mr. Mra. Beam's daughter, Mra. Dave Preo cot's brother-in-law and! sister I

C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE and Mrs. Ralph_Rhodes of Penoyer, Mrs. Luther Addison and Mr.\ and Mrs Pnul St Clair, 'I
Eustis visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lorraine DuBose of Jacksonville. of West Virginia SALE PRICE $$149.50 Z

PHONE 146 Graham and family at their homeon I Charles Mooney left Monday Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and 'r _

Kingsley Lake this weekend. night to resume his studies! at friends from Sunnybrook visited KXTKAl EXTRA EXTRA !

1 Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED Mrs. Effie Johns and nephews.John I, Clemson University In South Carolina in Orlando Sunday.
Smith and Ray Smith of i Mr and Mrs, L. F. Smith, Jr.. FREE FLOOR LAMP7lven

Buphnell, spent from Friday until Visit of Lumpkln Ga., visited their par- ,
the new & complete *
Sunday In Fitzgerald. Oa., asguests service ents, Mr. and )[rs. R. J. Davis Absolutely FREE. : With This Suit SEE THIS RARftAIN JI!
sewing at
of Mr. and! Mrs. U C.
and L. F. Smith, Sr., over the
Smith. THE STAR STOKE* weekend.

.. Mr. and Mrs T. B. Harding and Mra. Matt Morgan Is staying I II i BARGAINS EVERY DAY METAL METAL Nl\ l('" For Your. Claming

son, T. B., Jr., returned\ Friday with) her mother, Mrs. Mooty, who AT THE STAR !STORE:; Cabinets Cabinet Bases

FOR SALE!: Used radio, phonographs -' FOR SALE, 11 ruft giant eniMK-lty I night from a vacation spent touring I Is very ill at her home at Penney I! Mrs. C. O. McCranie of Jacksonville Utility Odora Closets .
I portable, l.yit up. ("ha..1 Phlloo refrigerator- Only 31150, North and South Carolina. Farms. ,
( Shepherd, lladlos Meat Cover, down pmt. All deluxe ,. visited her aunt, Mrs. Ada : 81"11:1.: 95
Court Madlaon Sts. tf, ('. H, Manwortliy General 1: They report a very pleasant trip I Miss Marlwell Bennett returned Alexander, last week Dont $23. (lte!'. $9.95)Nice ) !
P Ilee. .a..r..I: and said that they saw other to Baldwin after visiting Mrs. c.j Mrs. Nelma Keen left' Tuesdayto
FLORIDA WELL DRILLING CO vacationing Starke friends also. ''E. Beam and several Table SALE:
FOR SALE 1949 Crop. family days. visit her son-in-law and daughter Top
2-, 4al .-!.... well A pep. Palmetto. Honey. I:< .. Howe Mordock of Miami spent! i Ronald! Scaff of Clearwater la Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McCon- 12.95 For Work THICKLarge: $4.95BEDROOM t tItt'Jr
InMallrd required pound tin for 12.10 postpaid, the weekend with his '
Phone 13, or Write to: U. Groover, Lnuouchee, Fin. J'I their family i visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. nell In Florence, S. C., for several
J. A. B1H.VK.TTMacclenny.: : : : 4tp 9-1 cottage on Klngsley Lake. and Mrs. Frazer Shaw and family weeks. Mrs Keen's daughter, 18.93 2-Door Model.
I' 1 Drawer 2 Doors'
Fla. 8-4tf1yr, Mrs. Ruby Kehoe of Miami Is
this week. Miss Barbara Keen, an, employeeat
FOR ALE: I good home 7 Value
yr. old. visiting her brother-in-law and! I
Extra gentle, work.. anywhere. &, Miss Ann Beam of Green Cove Springs, returnedto With A Mirror\
Tampa spent
SELL YOUR TIMBER ride. Or will trade for : sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pickett j Jacksonville SAVE We Have Wall Cabinets ..
NOW I of equal value. fete Walnw.llfhl,1Lawtey. this week. Friday with her mother, Mrs. C. this weekend $-1.00 To Match And Shelf
Highest Cash Prices Paid Fla. 2t|>826! "SPECIAL! Ladles lovely E.-Beam.. ,where school she studies.will resume her night

FALL 8TTLKS available In "Mndnrn: :Miss: Phyllis Steldley of Winston
Manner". & "MalHonette" dre *e*, rayon lace trimmed slips! $1 Mr. and Mrs Terry Terple amt' SUITS $69.50 UI' Durable Beautiful Useful.
WILL BUY IN BULK milt, coat, sweater,., lingerie; Hi THE STAR STOKE*" Salem, N. C., arrived Sunday to I'daughter visited Mr. and Mrti.'I ,
OR IN UNIT aleee ta to 60 Reaiillflil materlalx. spend a week with her mother, See The Many Savings On Our Bedroom Furniture. NOW8
,214 Plnoe, Starke. It, Mrs. VV. D. Faxon and daughter, Jack Trawick at Klngsley Lake I
Mrs. N. O. Maxwell. She
was accompanied -
Donna Dee, returned Sunday froma 'I this weekend. Mr. Teeple Is a the time to buy during our inventory reduction.
EDWIN W. PECKOr FOR SALE: a new mowing maoh.. two by Bruce Poaf.
weeks vacation In
Tractor drawn. Priced to move t.1 ,sanitary engineer with the State
John 'W. Turner Tl.' WaadlnValdo.' FI.... 2lp'n20FOR S. C., with relatives. It Is reported that Mrs. A. F. Board of Health.
P. O. Box 463 Sauls for the three
SALE!: You'll find no better' Mr. and Mrs. A. VV. Anderson; a patient past I Miss Audrey Newman, Bradford
Gainesville' Fla. strawberry. plant In Bradford' Jr., Mrs. A. W. Anderson, I weeks at St. Vincent's hospital In High School librarian, returnedlast

County not By the than hed mine or -thou A they nndl. John moat I Misses June and Peggy Caldwellof Jacksonville Is Improving greatly .1 weekend after a vacation In Furniture Co.
Send me a postcard and I n DIVKK. 1H ml. :N. of Stark on the State Farm, Pat McGrlff, Friends will be Interested to Oakrldge/ Tenn.CARLISLE .
will come see you. I Route 301. ---- 4tpB-ff I and Jay Mullin of Philadelphia know that Mrs. Essie Crosby left : FOR COUNCILMAN.! : J JHOME

NKW Singer' Sewing :\11I"hln".1 Pa., spent Sunday at St. Augus Shadycrest Hospital Saturday Mr. and Mrs Alton Dobbs and i'HOT'E 151 STARKE FLA.
I--II.M l.RFT BEFORE llOO P.M. Cnnh A Term are available I In ,
tine morning after spending days
RB4HV AT 1 KM P. ... "NEST' D.'Y.I thin flection only: through Singer I Mrs. Dobb's mother, Mrs. Inez .
IIAIIMKH'8 niFT ...or. tf, SewlnaMachine Co.,

BUWANNBR COUNTY LIVESTOCK I ate Inn St write' ., Lake or visit(City our Fla._hot>.Phone Our Atlanta, Ga., were Sunday CARLISLE: FOR C'OfNCILMAN. Brantley In Grandln, Tuesday

MARKET: Auction eale each Wed. Kate' & Service car will visit guests of Mr. and Mrs Harley F. L F, Smith and sons Bill and night.
Owned ft operand :J. D. Odom your home upon reiiiet. tf
by ; Strong. Mr. and Mra. Carlos Summers
:Jr., Ph. IOM-,- Live Oak. Fla. 4-1 Tom, returned SaturdAY morning
? ,' FOR SALE Conolfl radio & Mrs. J. Frank Plckard! left Mon- after an extended vacation In and daughter, Diane, of Gainesville STARKE
FOR SALE: Strawberry plant. by phonograph Can be iieen at R. II. day morning for Oklahoma City visited Mrs. Ada Alexanderlast
North Carolina and Indiana Mrs. I
the bed. See I*>Mr Prfvntt At I' Alvarea & Ron Warehouse on Jut
ritlrii Service Station 1 mile North highway Phone BIOS. tf where she will stay with relatives Smith went on to Washington.D. Friday. OWNED FLORIDA
ot Htnrkn. tip until her husband returns from n Mrs. George Flynn will return
Foil SALE' : Front-proof Auptrnllnn. C., where she will visit her
FOR RENT: Cabin. with nhower, Pine. FlottlphriiKh., Pot Plnnt". Mediterranean cruise. daughter for a while. I Saturday after spending a month t
xn. 2 ,epic Turn' or n .rn2tp MKlnn RI'I Mamie Podd. Keystone lit.. 2tp8 26 Miss Elma Lee Hickey Is visiting :with her son-in-law and daughter,
: y, 808 N. Cherry Ht. Charles Shepherd Is attending u
FOR IlKNT- : 4 roiimit, modern, on \ her sister In Partyville, S. C... Mr. and Mrs. Glenn 'Wood at
television school In Jacksonvillefor I I AU( IiST 27 1919
FOR RENT: 4 rtn. huMR ((1 Church St., 130 month. Also 0 this .week. ClewlMton. Mrs. Wood and two*
porohen, llrhts & water). Inquire room..*, modern >1ft month Apply two weeks.
\VE RESERVE; THE IUmlT( TO LIMIT QUANTITY 'or. Call & Cherry StreetsPride .
nt The Little Store 2 ml I R. of 410 Center St., Stnrke. lip I Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nnftel! and 'eons, Bill and Glenn, Jr.. will re-. -
Klark on old< Illnndlnit r":2'I.RI28" ; (sons, Cecil and Bobby of Birmingham Mra. Irene Johns of Green Cove ,, turn with her
'Olt HUNT:'< : :'l-rm. elect Ice
FOR SAI.R Corker. Spaniel Pup. I hexgee. Move heat.apt :Mr. g. R. Ala., ,'Isiled(1'] and Mrs. Springs spent Sunday with her i j I Mr. and! Mrs S. F.. Sparks had
AKC KlHtpri"1.. 0 week nlil.Mr .' John., Hr., 103 Washington. St. It Sale at their home brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Guy their
on Kings-/ aa guests' Sunday their of Suwannee Pure Pork SAUSAGE lb. 49c
: ". Kill Thornton, P. O. Tin* Mra. L. D. Green. Mrs. C. D. -
172, Stark. ate 8-29 KlHt HUNT:" Wllllnma 4U5 K,{week until Williams of Tampa, also Mra.
: Ih'ASltj. Sunday. Albert Wilson of BronMon.I .
"SpKrlAI. nlR'Uohi .
AnKortPd t. Ito .. ;; ; HALF
Greene slater, visiting her this or
> Mr. and Mrs.' J A Mrs. .
prli?d per rioKpn from ben MCintyre I| 'Artford Brown of Gainesville
13.00. ro1.OMA1.. FLORIST, 402 FOR :.iTT.Fllrn. cabin C2 mna & Jr., and children, Billy and Ouraln, week. visited her Mr, and c
Nona St., Phone 218. ItLOST bath). r"H"OOlllol.., awn llatb ie AMK.' parents
17. 608 W. Mafllnun Ht. Itp attended the funeral l of J. A. Mc- Mr. and! Mrs K. M. Davis and' Mrs. \V, Hogan Smith, over the
: HiiHtern: Star Pendant. hotwepn Intyre, Sr., of Auhurndale. They Mr and Mrs. J. H. Mlxon and weekend.
Torode ('hpv. ro. & I'rl..t i Foil SA Ids: Htraitherry! plain'. hy
lOn Ktora. Keward If returned to the bed. M. rthiulen 4 mile oitt 'stayed from Thursday' night until family spent Sunday In Jackson Mrs J. C. DuBosa of Vitro Bench
newnpaper off Ire. It on State Farm Illirhwiiy. 2tp2!){ Sunday. villa They took Wnyne Mixon Is spending thin week with her sisters HamsWHOLE:

I hnme and while there, they visited Mrs. D. W. Moore of Stark,
- """"" - - - -
-- GeorgeAnderaon at St. Luke's )Mrs\ A. L. Sullivan of Theresa
- - - - -
hospital. and Mrs. J. J, Branncn and Mrs. i
ROBBINS' FINAL SUMMER | Mrs. T. G. Carter. of Providence T. F. Brown of Hampton. Dr.

'spent Thursday through Sunday and Mrs. DuBose celebrated their

with her mother, Mrs. Laura 1. Colden Wedding July 23. They
vr.e y y 41 \: Powell. have 31 children! grandchildren!

I Mr. and Mrs. E. It. Smith visited and great grandchildren, 39 of

her brother and slater-ln-law, .which were present to enjoy tho "
33" BLEACH Bottles 2 for 29c
Mr and Mrs. L. S. Edwards. In occasion with them. Quart - -
Jacksonville last weekend.HALLHAND I Chesterfield" ( hats. for men .
i arch #guard at STUMP'S!:; DEIT. STORE

Mrs. Carr Colley: and daughters, LINDY PEAS 2 for 29c
r THE tennis STAR& basketball'STOKE! shoes at 1 I Barbara and Jackie, accompaniedby cans - - -

(I r Mr. and Mrs Wallace Kaulk their house guest Mian. Beverly -
Burch, of ,
visited in Starke Friday of last. Hollywood, "'1\.,

All Summer Ladies' All-White CHILDREN'SDresses week. motored to Blackahear, Oa.,
Recent vlsltora of Mr.. W. A. where they spent several days 48
"lI, Col ley who Is a patient at Shady-, with Mrs. Colley's mother, MM.

crest hospital were her nephew, Daisy Perryman, and slater, Mrs.\

Shoes Sandals Sam GUllMple, Jr., and family of Marlon Moore. FLOUR 25Ib.
I Fort Mead, her grandchildren John Udell spent Saturday:: In
Winter Haven
II I Mia Ruby and Bill Gllllsple, hOI on business i
II I niece and son, Mrs. Basil. May andI Jay Mullln of Philadelphia, Pa.,

I _.- I I Jack of Heraando. and Mrs. Bell arrived last weak to visit his .
uncle and aunt Mr.
tAND McCormick and Mrs. Ada Kellyof : and Mrs. A
Ralford. W. Anderson. Sr.
Friends will bn
glad to know
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McIntyre
visited her sister, Mrs. Selma that George Anderson Is at his

Bronson In OrAnge Park Sunday' home now after undergoing an
operation at St. Luke's 25 Pound Can for 4.45
'I August 14. They brought their I fin Jacksonville hospital L-A-R-D - - -
| son, Billy, who had been visiting ,
his aunt back with them I Kay Whitney ladll'4' dresses

j:I Mrs. Sam Gllllapie of Fort Mead $:.1.05 at THE STAR STORE. KRISPY CRACKERS 1 Pound Box - 24c39C
i la spending several weeks herewith Mrs. Maxie Carter returned last ,

50 |, her mother, Mrs W. A. Col- Friday after spending a week ir>
} ley.i Jacksonville and Jacksonville

i I Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Edward who Bench with her sinter, Mr.. Clifton SIRLOIN
''have been visiting their son and Buff and niece, Mrs. Royal I

i dnufrhter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs.' L. Hawkins and other relatives and T-HONE:,
19 88 IS' Edwards in Jacksonville will friends.
r 1 return Sunday. Mrs. A. B. Cox and Mr. (;norg.' Steak (CLIJI1.' rCHUCK

I Gotham (old; Stripe Nylon' Schents Waldo visited and daughter, Suzano, ot :; 0
i Mrs. Ada Alexander -
o hose at 4TU IP'8 STORE. Sunday.
i Bobble and Fred DuBose of PER: POUND
Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
I Ray and
Vero Beach were visiting their i
children of Montlcrllo\
1'aunt Mra. D. \V, Moore Sunday. arrived
Wednesday to visit Mrs.
FORMERLYUP Friend. will be glad to hear that Ray's .
'' Mrs. S. E. Sparks' mother, Mr. brother-in-law and sister. Mr anti

TO $10.95 Laura Wilson> Is. recovering at her Mrs. E. H. Smith.
Ladies White IRISH POTATOES 5 Pounds for 23c
Handbags ': home In Green Cove Springs after Mr.of and Detroit Mrs Mich.Charles W, Srhafler - -
announce the
N-O-W [, spending several weeks In a Jack-
birth of a son, Richard Edward on

88 1 i sonvllle Mr. and hospital.Mrs.. Herbert Hitch returned August 13. Friends. will remember
Mrs. Schsffer as Mils Eleanor
Monday night after vacationing !
In the mountains of Ken- Conner of Starke.
3 2.00 Tax IncludedRobbinS' Mr and Mrs. W J. Johnson of
tucky and spending ten days In :
Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Dora Burton -
i Wsynesboro, N. C. Mrs. Flitch re-
of Rome, Ga., spent last week
ports that thia was an enjoyablesight
.. with Mr. and Mrs. J. U Andersoi. !
seeing trip. They took an
I and Mr. anti Mrs. Charles Burton.
{, Interesting tour over the Btltmorti
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre ant
i Estate, and enjoyed the ride
daughter, Miss Nancy DuPre, returned
the Smokies.
,, through
Sunday night after
Mrs. Lola Colley Blackburn arrived -
weeks' trip that Included Oa.ln.-
1 Thursday night August 18,1 vllle, Ga.. Murphy, N. C., snd Outllnburg. -

|! for mother Blackburn an, Mra.extended flew W A.visit from Colley.with Tangier Mrs.l on. Tenn.the way.Men's They. visited relatives Best_ Blue Rose RICE, Per Pound - 12/2c|

I, Morocco via Paris and Shannon, uniform suits that
Ireland leaving Tangier Wednesday match in all colors at THE:
HI( STAR STOItE* SARDINES "Hat" Cans One time 3 for 25c
I 10 a.m., and arriving In Jacksonville -- more --
Thursday at 10 p m. Mr. and Mrs. Q. L. Beanlcy had

The Store OF Values I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Beall and as their guests over the we,
i daughter, Linda of Charleston, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Bcusle} Cashier Manager General 3fanllc.rf
C.. visited Mr. and Mrs W. J. and daughters, Mlssej Hue anc.
IS. Jr.. and family last week. ,.Jean Beasley, of Lake Alfred,

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much higher than the tractor. There'a a practical aide to television Elva Abernathy of Tampa, and of last week ,,in Shadycrest hos Saturday morning the Vacation I I Hampton Lake. All reported a
Place was almost a zoo a grown that. hasn't been talked a- Mrs Fred Fredelck of Mobile, I
] rabbit' darted out, later a tiny bout yet because of Its entertain- Ala. pital.Mr. I Bible School went on a picnic at goon J time.

bunny rabbit ran UcKety-split upa ment value. and Mrs Lem Brown were -.. ..... --
-0 I
visiting Howard Brown In Orlando i. = :
) DIARY furrow about five dozen assorted Ms. Julia Starbird of Apopka is '

rats and finally a large fat Carried our red gilt up to Nel- visiting her sister Mrs. Rhoda Sunday and he Is still Improving. From where I sit..Iy Joe Marsh I
Dowling for few .
a days.Mrs.
By Sam McCarvcy snake crawled out."e almost son Green's place to bs bred to NOTICE I

L ;& got the snake did get the front his big Duroc boar. Said objec- Lonnie Drake of Lakelandla There will be a revival at Cor- r
The author will be Kiwi to rerrlve .
visiting her sister, Miss Ida
I' V tire over him, but he wriggled Into tive accomplished, returned to inth Church beginning September
Item of Iriterwit conrernInff -
the activities of farmer In a ditch. You'd he surprised base of operations, where we will Merritt.Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll and 4. Rev. Edwards will be the I ... If They're Wild,
M *, what a dlffnrcnco It makes whenyou're wait and hope that a tine broodof I speaker.
Bradford Suggestion maybe
County. children of Jacksonville were
sitting up there on a tractor pigs will result.
left at the Telegraph' office or Belong To !
and see a snake Innlcrd of e weekend guests of Ira Merritt. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL They
mailed to Sam ', Lawtey.Florida. ". _
Mrflaney ;
; Mrs. Harold Shiver and childrenof
being down on his level. Got the story from "Jule" Eu: Rev. Wlndell Witte of DeLandand
t Gainesville are spending a few last week and been like the rest of folks la town 1
Saw Tik Anderson
Here again because we have the nice how he plants and raises cab-' I Mrs. I* E. McRae of Jackson-
days with Mr. and Mrs. Bud of his right not to>
reminded of the first time I respectful
tractor, we're able ro tackle land bage (Tom McClane says Jule U ville ;, vacation bible was
NOW have throe! newcomer to with his head to get his dinner that has not been used In some one of the beet winter farmers a- Moody. Mrs. Shiver Is just out school supervised at Corinth Church for the ever spoke to him. The missus had tell where "his" berries crow. I
isfeeling \
of and
our place three turkey poults I Anyway, Alice was trying to get time and which Is overgrown. In round here). Jule selects good Shadycrest much better.Hospital past two weeks. The school was sent me out one Saturday afternoon From where I sit, respecting: *

from six eggs put under a settinghen. his feed to him, and first thing fact, we'll be able to
The poults (Bronze Breasted I she knew the big galoop had step size of our garden.. which has been previously fertlllzed. Cowen Friends of Mr. and Mrs.with Charlie them\ tendance was 48 with an enroll- took a long hike and couldn't, our town in Ameiica for that

e e When seedlings are about are rejoicing ment of 01. In the beginners I to Tik'a matter! Whether it's ,a person'
well with ped on her little toe. A visit to lb. find any. Finally, came
) seem to be doing over the arrival of a a boy
the doctor confirmed the fad Carried 3.1: of our WMte: Holland six Inches high he transplantsthem department. Mrs. I:*. A. Crosbyand house along that low stretch east right to enjoy a temperate glass of
born August 18 named Daniel Miller
their foster mother' who Incident- I that It was broken. Now we'll fryers to market this week. They to beds which have been In Alachua County Hospital. Mrs. Louise Norman were of the fork on River Road. "IIi beer or ale, or whether it's Tik

ally, will no doubt brag all over eat him when the time conies with totaled 103 3-4 Iba. and got 32c 40 fertilized with 100 lbs of 4-7-3 Mrs. Carven Is remembered as teachers. Primary, Mrs. Lillian there" I says "any blackberriesaround Anderson's right to keep secret

the hen house when she Is relieved relish. per lb. Haven't figured It up ex- percent organic. If cabbage do Miss Eloise Johns. Conner and Mrs. Gladies New here?" where his berries are, it's oil a biff
from her present duty. "I don't e e I ,not come along right, he side mann In the Junior, ),(re.' William part of a real democracy 1 i
It looks though we dresses la Invited td' attend Tlk 'There used to be but ,
actlytobut II" them with 100 lbs per Everyone says 1
know how many eggs you ladles Trying like the dlcke.ni to get ] Crosby and Mrs J. R. Kelly.In .
hrnak even on the cockerels. of the revival whicu I much about things -
acre nitrate of soda, or nitrate at Long Bridge don't know
have been laying lately but I lime fields to the Intermediate, Mrs. Teresa f
on preparatory
Bought 200 straight run chicks of That's started Sunday the 21st and wild.* Later I found QJU .
have hatched and raised three fine getting cover In. Finally potash. the way ho runs Crosby and Rev. Windell Witte. that grow H ,,
crops Lost about 55, partly becnune the does it, and we're going to follow through Sunday night the 28th. how Tik supports his family by Oel.,
turkeys which will no doubt weigh after did truck Commencement was held Fri-
many delays get n
seller did. not guarantee llva delivery his system and see what happens Evangelist AI Troeater, of California picking berries. Ever since, I've '
25 Ibs. before the year is over! Into the first field, and then half day night and each departmenthad
by mall to Florida (they Is a great teacher of God
the a display of the things they
way through lime-spreader later gave us credit for part of and all who hear him will comeback
Saw Han Starling' fine pas )broke down. What bothers us a them) and' partly because the again. had been doing. ._ ... Cop rifhl.( 191,9.United Stain prt' "..F'UIIJGl
ture and his small herd of registered lot Is that several of our good NEW RIVERAND -
electric brooder did not functioncorrectly.
Black Angus cattle. Some neighbors who had their orders In
; Now have flock of
around here like White-Faced earlier, let us get\ ours first and a LON BRIDGEBy IONA FULL PACK STANDARDTOMATOES
about 70 pullets and ;
Hereford some like Black Angus, still .we. have a delay Anyhow It things from them. expect great Mr'*. E. A. SappCEMETKUY SUNNYBROOK
Anyhow gladto
and others the Brahma and
oneman's makes you feel good when your
rid of the cockerels,
get &
meat is another man's lly Wanda Crosby
pois neighbors cooperate to help
those boys really liked to eat. .
on. But you'll have to go far to ,out. .
r There will be a cemetery working ,
see a prettier sight than Dana e S
By the May, would like to add at the Ben' Sapp Cemetery at Miss Ramona Roberts of Lake '
pasture and cattle. Had n good talk with Vollle. and New River next Butler spent last week with her NO. 2 NO. 1
'' our small tribute tr the fine work Thursday, September ice 2 TSCt
W Bryant Reddish about their pastures being done by the ".H, FFA and 1. Everyone who ii interested uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs Wll- CANANN CANSAnn
Another man stopped In and have ""
and Stock. They about In this lam Crosby.
rHA young people. Seems: to us cemetery please
wanted to buy Pride, our bull 85 head on over;: t p hundred\ acres, that young folks who belong: and come and bring the necessary Mrs. Floyd R. Crosby Miss fib J

calf, and before the week was Vollle likes Pensacola Bahia, and participate; In these organizations cools, .to clear it off.REUNION., Mary Alyce Crosby and Miss I Page Pure
over we'd almost given him a- also Kentucky 31 Fescue. Helays I Kathryn Kelly were visiting relatives
!::ave a great advantage! ovet their GRAPE: JAM 1 lb. 19c
ivay. Seems that he can't get he has a nice ntand of White CREWS I In Lake Butler Sunday aft- jar -

over his nursing days and still J Dutch: Clover In one pasture. Has counterparts. in much the large cityareas. *A great time was had by the ernoon. 2 Pound Jar for ., 35c

has the Idea that he has to butt some trouble with "Buck" tickson They are more capable eight brothers and sisters of the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mr.
reliable and Interesting than
his stock. Puts a -Irop of Tick non-member. We'll make a bet Crews family last Sunday August and Mrs. Marcus Conner Floyd I PAGE Ann Page KETCHUP, 14 oz. 18c
Repellent on a tick It dies In a 21, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crosby and Miss Wanda Crosby .
that the average 4-H club member -
day or so and does not leave E. A. Sapp. This the
an was first attended the sing at Worthington
> has money In the bank, 'andmows 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE lb = 41c
open wound for the screw worm time they had all been togetherin Springs Sunday. ,
the value of money, long SALADDRESSING
fly to attack. about 36 A large table John Is sick
years Kelly at this writ-
his city brethren does. No,
was spread under the shade trees: RED CIRCLE COFFEE, 3 lb. 1.31
money Isn't everything, but It sure ing.Mrs. .
.B Got Home more of our farm "cut helps .when want in the yard with plenty to eat and Essie Crosby spent part
up" thlR'week., Did the section you# eLeo lemonade to drink. The brothers BOKAR COFFEE, 3 lb. :. 1.39
we call our "truck garden" which and sisters were: Mr. and Mrs
our Alrdale got tired "Flies Don'tBother
la about two acres In Mze. Weed ap- George Baker of Birmingham

/'If ..1y 1 had really taken over and were parently of the meals we've been I Ala, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crews of M. 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE, 3 lb. 1.19
living him, so he helped himself I'm Dusted with
Miami! P. B. Crews of Ft. Myers.Mr. .
I II I to a fine young pullet which cost and Mrs, P. S. Crews of Florida PULVEX DDT" QUART
good fanning
us about a dollar. Tried .every- 40c
State Farm, Mrs. Nora
thing we can think of to break Sapp
starts with good plowing JAR
of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs Bill t
I him of the habit of killing chickens -
Richardson of Jacksonville and S.
Dearborn UrT-TYPI : but he can't seem to under-
L. Crews and Mrs. E. A. Sapp who PINT JAR 22c
tand. Or -
he likes
maybe just
live in this ..Rau nrAs
community. A host
( e of children and grandchildren and

Ma' melts haw much ,ea dim and hu also the only .Crews uncle, John
raw you e. .o't: earoct a poor. plowing ( While uniting for truck load of I Crews of Lake Butler attended CAT OWNES.To rid you..t or(aeu and Daisy Chedda Cheese, lb. 53c FREESTONE

Job. So why net ... a plow that (ITW l i(lime to be delivered the other day, Others were: Mr. and Mrs. ], lice.,be mil 10 UM Pulvea ROTENONB rot '
you a food Jab" In the Aral plaaoTTMe : had a good talk with Phil Shuford. Bryan ;I He Powd..S iallyfofniiil.,ed forearm.Cattleman ( '
Durban Moldboa'4' flaw e.. 1M Wester of St. Petersburg, Mrs Sunnybrook EGGS, doz. 73c PEACHES
I JA senior In Vocational !
Macho la: foraTrarlar We offer the people of Stark. Agrlcuttur"l'1 t
I In .eIs 1 over at the University _. ..
ala. .lift. ... I_ I 1'; '.: /";. Grade A MILK 25c +
Mlle. <
art by lh. b. "'....11. T..... and vicinity one. of the most I footsteps of his uncle, Dick Ferguson >', ;'.;, :5. Tampa MurntnK T"bult. Jllne. 10th 4 lb. 25c
Control. Doalo and teach GoIng ; '
.. modern and finest Homogenized MILK 26c
give >oplh equipped \ i qt.
and ...., on the assumption that a ., : > :
wall-inrnad IntPBOM M owio t.. welding shops anywhere.AU man who likes his subject will ., .', FIRM RED, RIPE
..wa with a aolaa- with ran naru, nd make a good teacher, Phil oughtto '" CREAM CHEESE, pkg. 17c
lion .. alioi and ...,,1.! prablama.' .
_t..... to M wiry w.'. Hka .a know'' Work Guaranteed succeed. 't
..u .....111_ yon bate. e predicts A&P TOMATOESFresh S'-

SMITH'S GARAGEAND Tim talk we gave the ladles in

DIXIEEQUIPMENT our hen house must have done Tub BUTTER, ]lb. 68c

USG West Main St., South Inc. MACHINE SHOP have some good now because upped egg the 30 production of them 1 ore Farm : ; :: Libby's 11 Ounce .2 pounds or 2 cartons, 25c.Spaghetti

Temple Ave. StarkeDon't to the dizzy heights of one egg|I i1+ .

Gainesville, Fla. per day. Perhaps they've adopted I &;: e Freezers ; & Meat Balls 23c YELLOW ONIONS, 3 lb. ISc
the 'pm
slogan of "an egg- a day keeps ,
the hatchet away". Guess we'll I Libby's 4 OunceVIENNA

put a sign up out on the highway' 4 j Red I Bliss POTATOES, 5 lb. ,- 29c

Bury Your Dead Animals reading "Chickens For Sale" and :" SAUSAGE' 19c

see what happens. I CABBAGE Fresh Green lb.-
I / 5c
FREE, PROMPT, SANITARY REMOVALOF Heard that Troy Bennett had n. : A d, Libby's Veal Loaf, -7 oz., 29c

fine crop of Fordhook limes not 2.t 9

DEAD HORSES, MULES OR CATTLE long ago And that he Is going j 1 Llbby's

to raise a lot of winter crops, too. Fresh, Yellow SQUASH 2 lb. 24e

VlHltf-d hospital In Jacksonville :i it '
PHONE STARKE 189 to see sister Clara who is doing Libby's IS Ounce CANTALOUPES, jumbo 36's, ea. 23c

If You have Difficulty Call Our Jax Office Day, better now On way home stoppedIn I r WESTERN
Corned Beef Hash 35c BARTLETT
at sister Ruth's place in timeto -

Night or Holidays see her big Duroc gilt produce '

a fine litter of eleven pigs Saw SWIFT'S OIL PEARS 3 lb. 25c
)PHONE 13500;);) JEWEL -
"wolf teeth" clipped out supposed ,

to cut down danger of biting PINTS 25c 47c
FLORIDA SOAP CORP. each other (with subsequent ,

screwworm Infection) and also be ... NATIONAL RAND
easier """

Doctors Inlet. Fla. Ph. Orange Park 2196 furnished on this sow'a gilt milkers.with equipment Nature ........r; ......., "SUPERRIGHT". 12 Ounce Can

to take care of only 10 pigs so

man there told Ruth she'd have to Corned BEEF
.. f 35c
I kill one. Bet she doesn't. She'll I ;ee. I'''''.. -
.a..... ,t,,;!"'"'' i '. < :
I I get out a nursing bottle and try \ j .'

to raise the extra pig. '" .( .: ,\ -
S ." '. .. v Western DEXO llb.29
Build n with 3 lb. 71c
"':.- ," 1)) ,
Went over to Santa Fe this week

to witness a demonstrationof ,, Enriched Marvel Bread,' I1/!, lb. : 18c
a corn picker. Took place on ... MEATS
n.l-ncre: corn field owned by V. K -

Davis. ; way that that machine Marvel Sandwich Bread, l'/s'' lb. 18c"SuperRight"

went down a row of corn and ;

picked husked it, and dumped it I II :; Jane Parker Golden Loaf Cake 25cAPPLE"
I In a wagon was a sight to behold. > ,
t In about half an hour it picked !,
.4u r PIES, each - 4 Jc
S3 bushels. Speed at which nompicker BEEF

worked was just a little j

bit faster (Cat least that's our I You'll save the price of a General Electric home freezer A&P Potato Chips, 1 lb. can 79c

/guess) than mule speed. Cost of :> BRISKET STEW lb. 25c
by stopping food waste. You'll make a profit on a -
Is !'
picker little
Just a bit over
.OO. General Electric home freezer by saving many long' -

4. I trips to town. You'll save drudgery and work by having CHUCK ROAST, lb. 49c"SuperRight"
Nabisco, Thin. Crisp
Learned the other suds of the food supplies for your own use or sale safely kept

_-_ fertilizer story this week. You' right at home. In four and eight foot sizes so that you Western Pork PREMIUM SALTINES, 7'1 oz. 14c

.. may remember that last week we f can have one or more arranged In systematic units to

CHAIN STORE BRANCH reported matter that in the fertilizer amount wrs of tho organic ,i your own particular needs. Loin i ROAST VANILLA WAFERS, 12 oz. 30c<

Important thing. Well, our Informant : S WDFDRWf800K1trre

or any size store! this week, takes issue "HOW TO PREPARE. PACKAGE. FREEZE'AND END CUT lb. 49c
Iona FLOUR 25 lb
with that. Says that there are etit COOK FROZEN!: FOODS" :: -

two schools of thought and that prepared by Central EUetrie Consumer Inititutt
For tower mointenonc; for fir. safety" for ttruefurot' he is In the school -------- 10 to 20 lb, average wt., cooked ready to eat.
beauty non-organtc ------------------ Cashmere Bouquet Soap, reg.,3 for 23c
build it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. hi lower insurance rote! and Don't shoot, boys, we're just try-
gre ter reials value make. it a sound investment Ing to find out what'll make our GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES. INC. BIPT. 0 Smoked Skinned'HAMS .
70 reg. ea. -
phone ......... for complete details. We deli.". snap beans growl. !
ehear Gentlemen I would like to hue on. of your free booklets "How Whole or Half, lb. -' 63c
To Pr.p"rt, Package Frttl and Cook Froltn Foods" V-E-L each
more and more talk about large package, 25c

television now. We have a set N.me' Lg. Sunnyfield HAMS lb. 59c
CONCRETEILOCKS IIICKS' > IAISLOO and can't walt until' the stationat ,,Add,.... SUPER SUDS giant 63c
Town RFD sz., ea. -
> DRAIN AND ROOF Jacksonville starts telecastingand or
Till -
9 then we'll get our set and My (1-E ct.*.., ,'. name 'I. Fresh Headless, Medium ..

'NADY.MIXID' CONCRCTI AND SWIM have some real home entertainment riesi advise name of dealer netreit rae_ SHRIMP lb. _ 35c Octagon Toilet Soap, reg., 3 for 17c

,c Movies, sports events, ,
t .. MEETS ALL '
playa, news reports, etc. Perhapsnot
all this right at the 'start. Sliced
Jack Spratt Fancy
but once started the programs Im-
Building Supply, ) Inc I
prove ,rapidly. Time will come '
when farmers will see latest results GENERAL ELECTRIC

1' 1036-1048. W. ;Main St., South from experimental station BACON lb. 45c -- --

for example right. in their own I ,,

GAINESVILLE,- FLORIDA homes. Or see a livestock show APPLIANCES INC. 'I I
P.O. Box 62; Phone 217.IA from hundreds of miles away. ,

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I church here Sunday and were dinner ,visited Mr. and Mrs. E. D. P rriaa -
Revival To Begin Baptist Church JJTHERESSA! and supper guests of Mr. and Thursday of last week.

Monday 29 I I GRAHAM )1 rs. P. O. Starling. i iMr 1
i1d Aug. i Two morning worship ware >' I I Pvhool opened here Mondaywith
1JV At Hampton Baptist held each: Sunday at the First,' By rWrrte Gnaasi By Mr*. Jobs )kKlaaey and Mrs. Lem Brown of an enrollment of 23.
.--',- Baptist Starke. to accommodate, Sunnybrook were dinner guests of Horace Casa has bought th*
the great number who gather toworship. I I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Parnah ::Mon Louie Dempsey store.
I Mrs Minnie Rhoden was honored :. Mrs EquiBa Roberta visited relatives ,
I According: to the Pas' Mr. and Mrs., A. Padgett of
elf by a stork shower at 3 o- in Lake Butler Sunday afternoon dayHorace
'tor. Rev. Lewis' &11I". 9:45topic i i clock Saturday afternoon. The ,! MeKlnney: spent the : Hague Station visited Mr. aM
for the First Service at I table was decorated with a linen weekend Waldo with friends f Mrs. J H. Surrency Saturday
),11'. and Mrs. A. M. Euatt and
t be Twin Sons". a service: especially .'table cover which was centered Mr., and Mrs. Noah Jackson: and afternoon.
PENTECOSTAL! HOLINESS I .. Second bya children of Miami were visiting I !! Mrs. Edd rela
Methodist ChurchThe forouth.on. children were w jting Mr. and Parrish visited
{ lovely bouquet of roses. After ,
Mrs. E. XX Parrian
19tli St. and Temple Ave 'Service will be Mid at 11 o'clock ,several word contests., Mrs. Rho last hr week mother Mr*. John McKinney Saturdayafternoon J' tive. In Tiftoa, GA, the first of
month of August concludes Sunday School 9.41 a. m.: Morn- (with the sermon being; The den opened her gifts and refreshments last week.
the first quarter of the conference Ing Worship 11 a. m; Evangelistic Aught of Da this U the last lathe of cold drinks, cookies: and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jones of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes and' There win be a cemetery workIng -
year.:: Dr. Shuler Peale l Superintendent Services. 7.00: p, m. Everyone series -August Augbts fChristians' or peanut butter sandwiches: were Tampa vtatte-d Mr. and Mrs. Carl daughter! have moved to Brooker. at Mount Sinai on September
of the Gainesville\ District welcomn. v The youth Chorus Jones last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Franklin L AU interested come and being;

will preach at the 11 o' ; for the first service wU be directed wl"l"td.lr, and )ire. C. R. Baker and Mr. and Mrs Clarence Melton of the Jacksonville NAS and Mr. tools and tancb and let's clean
clock hour Sunday morning The CATHOLIC CHURCH q x t by Mr, *. Mona Caaova while children of Gainesville. Ohio visited and children of Starke attended and Mrs. Lee H. Smith of Miami I it off.
:FIrat Quarterly Conference will be Sunday Mass 9.13: a.m. the Adult Choir of the second service :Mr. and Mrs C. Sullivan ores r ,
held Immediately following this Sunday School 11 a.m. la directed by Mrs. Lucille the weekend. They had UVM
:.service. Officials with reports to Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. Green Mrs., Canoe will be or-J with Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan! while .
make are urged to have them dayBible |ganit at both services Mr. Baker was stationed at Camp

Teady. Study U every Wednes- Sunday evening an amplifying\ Ii Blanding five years ago.' They HOW MUCH RENT
TH Boy Scouts will hold a I day at 7:43: "system make it possible to> take,;are going to travel as far south

court of honor at the conclusion Bible." 'the't message to any who are In as Orlando so they might<< see the
adjoining rooms and there U one ':orange groves.
-of the evening service Sunday. Sunday School begins at 9.4S: : great service with about 200 In Mrs. L. T. John and children

This service begins at 8 o'clock.1'he Sunday morning. There 1s a class Rev. JarnnL-So.gsler> I attendance. The Happy Hour of Hampton were guests of Mr. WILL YOU BE PAYING
Pastor will deliver a message or there will be
a class for you. !feature. the singing of hymns and and Mrs \\'. II. Hall last Sunday: -
suitable for the occasion. The sub
are Invited to worship with E>'a gelst 'John U Bray of choruses: requested by the congregation. afternoon.Mr. .
ject will be "How To Read The us. Jacksonville present pastor of The Pastor's message and Mrs., Arthur MilUken

the Raiford Baptist Church: will win be the second in the series and children visited Mrs.. Mina
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke begin a meeting at the Hampton : untangling the confusion of "grace ken's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L.. 6 MONTHS FROM NOW ?
Baptist Church: on Monday. i and worksFollowing; The Sullivan. Sunday.
Rev. Lewis D. HaJne. Pastor August 2$. continuing through Grace: that Saves" message of last ,

Sunday September ,4. '{Sunday, the message at 9 p.m. .
v 6 Rev. Bray has been In evangelistic '1 will be the "Works that Count" Your Feet Know The .
-Ie The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof Ifo
work since 1943 and has with message next w ek. "Grace Difference %&z.Beautiful
The People"A preached in 14 states and Canacla. -.1 that WorksThe Youth Choir '

I v vv I V He Is the author of a number -': will,sing during this service. .1ft
Southern Baptist Church For AU People of religious booklets and a'''', Sunday: School: continues to

I v contributor to several Christian:grow with attendance fast reachjing ,. .
Morning 'ortII\lp-IIOO: Happy Hour' 8:00: periodfcals. ;j towards 300 with more than Ci
Rev. Roland L. Jarrard. par ,j J6O officers: and teachers for each rC 70 -
Sunday tkhool8:15 i :
Training Inlon--6-13:
tor of Penlel Baptist Church ,age group meeting at 9:45.: 4 _
Midweek S. Wednesday, 8:00: I*. M. I I Palatka. will be the song leader Training Unions gather at <::43

v '"* and choir director. I\|I with a strong and active Adult I _
TWO GREAT SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES': Rev. Robert C. Gray. Jr., pastor Union as well as younger age II 1 \

1 9.43: Sermon. "Twin Boys"-11:00 l\1..ag..The Aught of IJo" of the Hampton Baptist I;''Unions.' Mid-week" service attended I When You Bring[: Your *0.' ..
Church, extends a welcome to 'I by nearly 80 last week Is Shoe Repair Work To .s
Sunday Evening: 8 P. M.: "Work That Counts""Visit visitors. Services sill begin I jthe t high-tight hour of the work I tie f
each evening at 8 o'clock. week. BIGGS & BAKER
I I V V v Youth and adult vie for
The Church With The Visiting Pastor" |''greatest number attending. Ctrry jute large or small' gives
St. Mark's Episcopal j I To all services .
: a cordial Invitation our best workmanship with the

Sunday. August 25: .:4$ a.ra.. I I I U extended and a friendly best materials."
,welcome received by those attend-
Summer Session Church School 1 j ",
11 ..m.. Morning Prayer and Sermon -1{ing. An air circulator helps keep I
REVIVAL MEETING 'the church comfortable during
by Rev. S. W. Creasey. The n.
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church church Is open daily for prayer jj i i the hot summer days. I
and meditation. 'I .....
Beginning Sunday August 21, 7:30: P. M. CHURCH OF JESfS CHRIST At The TabernacleThe

The Church of Jesus Christ of Good News Bible Hour conducted -
last week at the Tabernacle I
Latter Day Saints will hold Its
:MEETING BASED UPON: "THE SECOND COMINGOF : Quarterly Conference on Sunday.:I, : exceeded all expectations In''r Home

CHRIST'. August 28. In the Woman's Club ,attendance: and enthusiasm. The!
on Riverside Avenue. Jacksonville.!.Chapel was filled each afternoon'''
I'ND\Y! : : "What will happen when J..IIUII'i'Ometl' In the air?" Sessions will be held at 10 sm- with happy boys and girls eager

1 Th....... 4:13 Si 18UOSD. and 2 p.m. j to take part in the exercises: and ONLY >S75 TOTAL COST
The principal speaker will be'',hear the Bible stories and felt
.\V: -Uhat will happen In heaven after Jesus come In Elder Harold B. Lee one of the 12,''talks prepared for them. Another 3.

the air'" 1 Cor. 4:1'i 5; 2 'or. 9:9 & 10 apostles from Salt Lake City. meeting of the Bible Hour was -
Utah. Everyone welcome I held on Wednesday afternoon of OPA U sow history.' There are .o controls te pre. l E\V i ,
TUESDAY"What will happen on earth when the church Is this week by unanimous. vote. L01Y PRICES rw
School Hew It will
The Sunday at the USO sat year rent from going ep. nigh to | I
gone?" Matt. :24: :21 23 A representative group of the BUILDING MATERIALS
in Starke will be omitted next spends en tae worm aiinauon. nay. merry ow .r ... 1
Youth For Christ wW I Pl.aee send fand.t.11e ea Real L.
I participateIn .e
&EDNESDXYliat will Jrnim returns to the !
: hal'pt'nhen Sunday. In the futareT. Rig post-war economies la fine Camp Cwt tlensinr

.earth In glory Rev. 19: 11 & 18 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST) night the at youth the meeting Salvation Saturday Army. Protect: your Blandlac. kn.II... stake possible. ceastrsttlen ., jame ..'....." ..* .. F .-.. ....* I I

rilfRSDUhat will\ happen. during the Millennium?" OF LATTER DY SAINTS .r f,Camp but the regular meeting: borne with beautiful lifetime. homes al.nbeU.,va LI ly low prkea. I 'AjjrM .
Rev. 20:1 & 10 I I The Church of Jesus Christ o*i[will be held at Tabernacle as enough For fall II et.1... j Just mail the M""B>. 1.OPEN _" J)
Later'Day Saints will hold Sunday usual.
FRIDAY: "Uhat will happen at the great white throne?" I j I school In the USO building\ | An outstanding event of this Rare Insurance

n..,'. 20: 11 &: 13 ,on Temple Avenue every Sundayat wk was the Literary and Musical .

STt"RIY.. great gospel'' film to ho nh
titled "Th.11..lng! ChrLNau"8t'NDAY CONGREGATIONAL I Thursday evening at 8'' o'clock. Agency

: "\\'hat will\ happen- When the world' I I" no more?" Services every first and third Presbyterian Church ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP.CA.MP t

Rev. 21 Saturday night. Sunday morning\ .
and Sunday night, 11 a.m. and Morning Worship 11:00: o'clock. :
COME AND BRING: YOUR FRIENDS TO HEAR ethoI I I,Our pastor will be In the pulpitThe I i PH6NE
!J I p.rn. at Congregational ..,.. HLANDING. FUA. P. a BOX: MS STAKKC riJV, ftil
THESE OUTSTANDING GASI'Kr!: :MESSAGES(; die Church on Brownlee Road. theme will be. "Ufo's Inescapable -
<, ..
". School ft erMMtti a THI TftAVCLCR. Hartford
Sunday at 0.45
Rev. Ernest Griffis. pastor.
I a.m. Come early for the openingexercises. I.
I The Friendship Class
for men and women will\ meet at ,
10 o'clock. with our regular
MUi HEAR teacher. Mr. Turney, conducting I'
the study period We were delighted .
t to have him back with us .
EVANGELISTJohn last Sunday, and greatly improved '
In health.

3 On Friday of this week this trv

BRAY !class: will hold Its monthly business r
4 L. meeting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Billy Bowling on Kings-
I ley Lake. Meet at the church: at
OP JACKSONVILLE six o'clock. J

John Warren! Kaufman, Pastor.ClIt"RCU ir7w ; 7ls.'" ..I&taya aevrole". w//I St7 S1$' me... ..

Aug. 29 THRU Sept. 14 OF CHRIST I
? : \'. E. Oftllnl.ter: "
A T We are now engaged in a Gospel 7 ( know it more
meeting at Brookrr. Servicesare ___ r \ gives
held each evening at 8 o'clock. I ,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Attendance Is good and Interest I"
for f .
I Is great Tonight (Friday) 'the my money:
subject will be: If It were possible .

HAMPTON for a sinner to pray for salvation ..
for what could he pray?" -
8 O'CLOCK EACH EVENING I Many other vital subjects will be ) .
discussed In this series of sermons,
I "
-I and the public is cordially Invited.
REV. ROLAND JARRARD Service. continue at the Church
of ChrUt In Starke each Lord's
OJ" l I'Ai4ATKA Day: Bible School 10 a m. Preaching You'r lOMOtST. MIAVIKT Cal IN assn UMttTIIl. Collin.. CVIVIB WINBSMia
Ham., sermon subject. "Refuge ratrlltOwINwlolhrnun' lOOT co..sraucnON. HTMAUMC '..Aan1M fHOAM VISiatUTTIOOT
Leader And Soloist entitled to the.e
Outstanding Sony in Christ. Lord's Supper 12

Will Have Charge Of The Music I p.m.. subject "Why I can't preach exclullve to OWMOMIATIMAINTAINCINtUPOINT. vaLV..IN.HIAD INOINI. PtUl IOW."ISWII TMIS' ,nLl... AHO LUJtUtlTChevrolet
I the Gospel and let other people

.. alone." A hearty welcome Is extended ,
4 ...ar to all to attend services ,, in Its field! STIUINO AND IT'S THE LOWEST PRICED LINE IN ITS FIELD !
lot the Church of Christ I,
We have purchased a flameproof -!
: and waterproof tent and ,t
+ hope to have It pitched In Starke i

in the near future and ite Invite I fro
you to attend these meetings : '
which will. be announced at a'
Rev. later date. BUT OF A til

I nirnni or r.on !

i' BOB GRAY Rev. l. s. Williams Pastor $5 ?8t' if'Ld :7cA.trune.xaPa+i' irelsrbaf ZMayw ,p,' 1
I 8th ft: St. Clair SU. "
z I !Sunday School 10 a m.
(Pastor) Will Be At The Piano Nightly. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.

I Sunday Evening Service T:3O: p>m.
Y. P. E Sesvtce. Tuesday T:3O p.m.
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7.34: p.m.


Anyone having a vacant apartment -

or house furnished or unfurnished The Sty...... De L... 4.Door Sed_
THE REVIVAL for rent please. list .
with the Chamber of Commerce
office. Between 40 and 45 houses
1. and apartments were. rented in the TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

YOU WANT TO ATTEND past week through' the Chamber
?lir and we can be of service to you

If you have anything to offer ) STARKE, FLA.FIt1DAY .
Phone 1M Mrs. Marian Howe. i,
Executive secretary

PAnE EIGHTKeystone FRIDAY. AUGUST 28. 1949

-- Don Pangborn was In vacationing: this week In St First BirthdayPictured Court and cause. wherein plaintiff I
pm. .
and Jackson a k. divorce.
arrangements.Miss Petersburg: Tampa I Bradford County
charge BROOKER Telegraph shall publlah this Order
HeightsBy ville Beach. 'IDW'I"; four weekly Issues.l
Connie Knight was con Gertrude K. House it '* my .; official
week Mrs. By Iv Mae Lewi seal l1 a iarh..,.Florida.a ls Au gust
last .
fined to her home Dade and Sarasota lB. (
travelled to City I9t9.
Mr* II. L. Morgan Jr. oWlciAI
with a strep throat. last weekend with her SCHOOL ( PEAL) A. S. Thomas REFINEMENT

Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Klauster- brother and elster-ln-law, Mr The Brooker OPENS School fly Havn A.Crosby Clark. D.of C. laid Court, .
ROTARY HEARS! meyer Jr.? have returned from and Mrs. J. C. Houser of Jack with 162. HItY asiden N"Wen Bldg.:., Daytona in every necessary detail in a Service
Monday an enrollment of .
to Ileseb Florida.
JOHN IUCRHKRT: : a two weeks' motor trip onville.
John Herbert of Jacksonville, Cleveland, Ohio St. Paul Minn., and We welcome our new principal, Ally for Pit H-Z8/ 4t 9-16 available locally and widely known

Assistant Director of the Florida and Knoxvllle Tenn., .where they I Mrs. Beatrice Phillips James Parker who comes to ua d i"i iiir"li Court Br"<" r* C... ,..
daughter Joanne of Detroit. from the Apalachleola. schools. Cfcan. ,err. for its modest'cost., its wholesome
Blue Cross spoke to the Rotary relatives. ..
visited ..
MuivBii .
Mich., arrived by plane last Friday The other teachers we welcome lIool. flMlntirr, v.. HoneN
Club last Friday at Its regular Mrs. N. A. Parker was hostess Zllblorkl NIxon' UBfcndant. Case
Tues night to spend a week with back are as follows: Mrs. Cleo Andrews >. Toss courtesy and always tactful sym '
luncheon meeting at KeystoneInn. dessert bridge on
at a Mrs. Phillips Order of Pnhllratloa mmi N.tle.
J. Bantudos. ,
the C. Mrs. Loca Whltten, Mrs
Mr. Herbert told of the day. August 16, at 1 p.m. Mrs i '. A.p... pathy .
Is Mr. Bastedo's sister. Pearl Cain Mrs. Johnnie Green, T.'1'17P l<'LOti II>t 1Ol
and Blue Mrs. E. T. Martin _
Group Hospltahiiation C. J. Bastedo Hone Knl lnfkl
i > Nclm.n.
wtiriiie rrAlUVIICH
and and Mrs. Hazel Harrell. We lost
Robert G. Evans ,
Shield plans offered by his and Mrs. H. L. Morgan were Mrs l Is be.uch' lliipnivHilaw Street
ganization. Many local recipients of lovely prizes. daughter Ann of London, Eng one teacher this year on account !HlmHbury:! Cnnnoctlcul: DeWITT C.. JONES
01"1 land era guests of the R. L. of a decrease in enrollment for Seplmhrr required on I
are Interested In joining such Mrs Jane Davison Brittain and 27. Ml! In above nILm.d
Walkers. Mrs. Evans is Mrs.Walker's the past few years. .
Seeks use' I Phone 7 Fla.
plan. son, Walter, have arrived at Key divorce Bradford Starke
sister. Ann will remain The school building: looks mucn County
Welcomed Into the realm of! stone Inn. Walter says they are Telegraph shall publish this
in the States this year and better .with sanded .
now newly weekly ord..1
Rotary at tills meeting was John planning to spend the winter Is planning to skate in the "19SO floors and freshly painted classroom InWitnesso; my hand and Funeral ,Director Ambulance Service
seal ftt !!
W, Murray. Guests were Bill Btrkt: Florida, this August
here.The Icicles" which opens in Pittsburgh walla in pastel colors. k l 11149OFFICtAL Our local funeral
Reynolds and "Spike" Vance. : home enables us to offer conveniences and
new traffic light at the Pa., this fall. ( SEAL) A. ;* Thorn
Keystone Heights Is running Intersection of Routes 100 and PTA MEETINGThe By Haven A..? services mot otherwise available.We .
The WMS of the First Bap-
second to Live Oak with an attendance 21 has been Installed. Brooker PTA held a short .4 llollix V. Knight.Starke. Florida ..
tist Church met Thursday, Aug. Atty for l'lt. r 4
11.28 tt 9.10Is
record of 95.79 percent :Movies are being shown every 18, at 3 p.m. at the home of meeting Monday morning In the furnish the highest service at lowest and
type prices
in July.WedneaOay. school auditorium after the Oradf.rd
the Woman's gen- C..t7.
Tuesday night at Mrs. Charles Gibson for a review Plsrldar' In < hanr......
night, August 21 eral assembly. accept ANYlife Insurance policy In force Issued! by ANY
< Orten,
and the Yearbook.Mrs. Plaintiff VH. Solo.
quiz on rid
wrs Rotary Ann night at a Flsn Club.Robert Croasdell brother of Robert Qulnn's home on Plans were discussed for sponsoring men 1IND. B', ,> l>*fentlant. Case No. company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral.

F-y held on Smith Lake at T the lunch room for order of Publlfallan Consultation carries no obligation.
the Rev Rex Croasdell who has Keystone Lake Will be the set another unit Nntle' t.

been filling the pulpit of the ting for the next meeting on term and for buying play f0'1"Appear' .. rtTH!... OUen or, whore P1OII10 rvxlilnnce tot

Community Church; this summer Thursday Sept., 1, at 3 p.m. ground equipment. With the con Georgia,. : lark Avenue, Hlackeliour.

home on Lake tinued help of the PTA Mr. Par- ,, Von .
Is building a Walter and Wilma Allport, formerly are required ti 1> appear on
ker hopes to keep the price of S pt. ether, 2B, 1S49 In above named
Brooklyn. of Niagara Falls, N. Y.. .t t.d Court.and cause. wherein plaintiff BACK to SCHOOL
FLOORfsanding\ Route 21 was blocked last Fri. are building an attractive per'manent i school lunches at 15c, the sameas 5 sea 'PM >.eka divorce Bradford County

day morning when one of the home on Lake Geneva last year. Telegraph In next four.hall weekly publish issues this Order

f3s. beautiful old oaks in the park next to Mayor and Mrs. Frank The next regular meeting of the Witness my. hand and official' And NEW SUCCESS with

across from the Inn fell. B. Scott. PTA will be held at the school sent 2B. tail.h':'Stark.' Florldalhl. AUIIU..t

E. R. Brown Is enjoying a two Miss Gertrude K. Rouser Thursday night, September 1. uqsr (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas'. r

weeks'! vacation here with his principal of Keystone Heights Please come and bring your dues JII.h. ? K>A.f Clerk IPP"1. of 221 said GrahamAtlydor Court

family. I School, announces that Mlsa which will be $1 the same as last .ravkeonvllle. Flnrl.....
Plfv 8-26 Last Saturday night about Sarah C. Bone and Mrs. C. K.
Painting Redecorating, year.Mrs. above \Is Jack Dowling,
twelve local couples enjoyed a
Caldwell, both of Santa Fe Lake
Paper HangingFOR "get-together" and dinner danceat Earl Green and daughters son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling,
are returning to their same positions visited Mrs. L. A. Mott and Mrs. Jr. who celebrated his first birth- W.C.T.U.
Inn. Guests ? /
ESTIMATE: WRITE Keystone stayingat this Mrs. Delma
year. Relta Brown at Kingsley Lake day anniversary on Friday, August Aa1f.ICA
the fun and
the Inn joined
II. McKELVEY! Gllsson will also be back In last I I(.o.(
events OFT1IR
all decided that / rase.rid.er.r.wr. I
of the lunch
charge room. (
.0. Box 260STAKKK should be held more often. Mrs. M.: F*. Hazen of Starke I.AITRX I SCOTT W.CT.U.
,. ', FLA. A. B. Watson and son Alfred Registration of pupils will take vlHited relatives. here Saturday son Dale of Trenton visited Mr. NULL UK HELD AT :S O'CLOCK

New Work, Old Work And Jr., were heard on the Jim Mur- place Friday morning August afternoon. and Mrs. Edd Polk recently. FRIDAY AFTERNOON 26TH) 1
phy radio program last Thurs 26, at 8:30: o'clock. Beginners Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilghman Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Craw- IN THE HOME: OF THE PRESI

ALL Work GUARANTEED' day night. should be accompanied by par and children of Gainesville visited ford of High Springs visited Mr.' DENT. MRS. w. N. JOHNSON, 1 r
ents who will fill out blanks for s
Mr. and Mrs.. W. J. Slprelle are her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. M. and Mrs. E. C. Dukes and friends AT HER SPECIAL REQUEST.
the: permanent school records. A
Mott, Sunday last Sunday afternoon. 1
birth certificate must be presented -
r at this time Mrs. Mattie Sowells and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dukes and dp

I' I Ethel Russ were In Starke Thurs children of Dukes attended the
Painters are busy this week
redecorating the Interior of the :day.Mr. Church of Christ Sunday.

school building. The ,malls are and Mrs. Wilson Green and Marvin Dukes of Dukes visited Shoes Repaired&d
Hoyt Dukes last week. Hoyt returned -
children visited relatives In Gainesville '
most attractive In two shades of
r \ cool The teachers have Sunday afternoon. home with him. o
sanded and refinished the Dave Dukes of Stelnhatchee la Little Bessie Lee Dukes visited 9

... )mt; all desks. topsof visiting Mrs.. Florence Varnadoethis her aunt Hazel Crawford, of High
week. Springs last week.

a The Keystone Midgets drop Mrs. Sally Dukes of Steins Velmerle Dukes Is sick this J

ped a game to their hard-hitting hatchee Is visiting Mrs. Florence week. We wish her a speedy recovery New Low Prices! Jfeu: '
for "
: dads .Wednesday afternoon of Varnadoe this week. so she can start back to pet moo your morn/

last week on the local field. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano visited I school.A Half Soles every fine when you buy

4. i Final score was 17-9. The boys Mrs. Gano's mother, Mrs. H. C. number of people attendedthe $1 50 'ulolto-"Cj" 0'0 til.lime."
put up a brave fight with their Martin Sunday. Singing Convention which wan (:Men's) .

excellent field work, but were held at Sardls Baptist Church P151001N
unable to hard and far Little Ray Gano of Gainesville '
slug as
Is visiting his grandparents, Mr. ,Sunday afternoon. Half Sole Nwlrna.
as the older men. WMS met afternoon d..
and Mrs. R. F. Gano this week. Wednesday $1 00
On Sunday at 3. p.m. the Mid. at the Baptist Church house. ( ) en M
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews and BULOV .
gets lost a close contest with daughter of Jacksonville visited They appointed a nominating ,
the Norton Realty Co., Junior committee to elect officers for
IF YOUR ROOF COULD TALK Team of Jacksonville. Final Mr,. and Mrs. O. W. Darry Sunday the coming year. Ladies' Lifts 25c up F

.. I it might let you in on some rather score Cecil was Carnes 43. underwent a ton- Mrs Coleman Deese and'children la Clrralt C.nrt, DmdroM c....,., SHOES SHINEDAT opWATCHIS
Florida' !. Cksaeerr.B .
of Branford visited Mr. and
sllectomy last week and Is doing /. H. Uuthrl.*. PUInltrr.. vii. E.th..riiithrla. Vim/
alarming facts about the, serious home- !Mrs. O. W. Barry last weekend. ( r>f>'*.nclnr. ('ae No. 14*1. -
fine.Mr. Mrs Lottie Edwards and son, Order .( PahllmdoH sad Notice'
damage caused by leaky worn-out roof and !Mrs. Alfred Nelson are I. Appear
Harry and Mr and Mr*. Ernest TATI5 OP KLOnlDA t.l
entertaining Mrs Nelson's parents Blither Uuthrle whose reiiiclvnce la STARKESHOE iNtAceo)
Edwards and son, Gene, visited
Replace that aging/ roof now with long- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mac Masters ln, rhan Hill. Aiabamal. TO SHOW DeTAIL
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman of Tau are required to appear on
and their nephew Billy Wright of September 2U, lull I In abovv named
lasting.weather-resisting Johr): Manville Vanderbilt Section and Mr, and --
Greensboro, N. C., this week. Tho
Mrs. Eugene Ellis of Worthington
Roofing Phone 45 for a free estimate. trio Is returning from a two Springs Friday afternoon.Mrs. REPAIR Gem JewelryStarke's
month motor tour of the West
B. G. Miller of Jackson- EXPERTSERVICE
F.II.A. Remodeling or Repair Loans can be Coast and Texas, stopping here
ville visited Mrs. Lottie Edwards M. F. Hudson (Proprietor
enroute to their homes.
obtained. Let us explain to and son Harry last weekend. adoe"a' Only Authorized Bulova Dealer
you. Mrs. N. V. Walker came home Across St. form Park Theatre
Edwardsand <
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
last Wednesday after a visit with
son are spending several daysat nttl' INCIUDIS KOHA1 TArFREE

.., her lina. alstcr-ln-law Accompanying In North her on Caro-the I Klngsley: Lake. nlr: '[in:] r[ E ur n l 11 Jill un

TAR K EBUILDERS' Mrs. Lottie Edwards Mrs. B. ----
trip home ,was her granddaughter, )
G. Miller and Harry Edwards
Linda Walker who has concluded a
were In Gainesville shopping Sat
c stay In Southport N, C.

I SUPPLIES Larry Walrath, Jr., of Jacksonville urday.
i '"' -t S.A.L. DEPOT ".<7 & lo.tL45W< -"r is the houseguest of hie Miss Madeline visited her Green parents of Jacksonville Mr. FREE FREE FREE !

cousins, Michael and Walrath.Mrs. .
Kay '
and Mrs. Dave Green last week-
... James Stein of Rldgefleld
-. -.- -------,------- Park N. J., was a guest at the end.Mr.
r'I r--- and Mrs. Bill Plaster visited ,. BARKSDALE'S
White Feather Court last week.
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clias. C. '
She came to make final arrange. Parrish last weekend.Mr. :
KOCH STORE ments for the building of their ShepherdAt
DRUG and Mrs. Eugene Ellis
new home at Palmetto and Oriole QQAT
visited Mrs. Lottie Edwards Sat- DEPT. STORE
'I Sts., which will start next week. urday. Gay's Service Station

1 Wednesday August 21, Is the Mr. and Mrs L. D. Polk and .
date set for the next dance at .
S CUT RATE DRUGS Keystone Beach. .i/i and get your coupon

I Guests of Mrs. Lydia Hurley for for ,prizes that will be given
two weeks are her brother and THEATRESTARKE

sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Theo- I .. I I away Saturday at 3:30 PM.

dore Erickson and sons. Jimmyand

1I Jacksonville Prices Roger of Chicago. There will be seven prizes in all Also for Saturday
i C'OtlNC'll.! SIEKTS Saturday. August 29 Tues., \V d., Aug. 30, 31

i The town ro'1'tr'1! met bust Tuciidny DOUBLE FEATURE t DOUBLE FEATURE week. With each purchase of SOc or more you will get a

August 9. At the request of

r Now In Starke the Chamber of Commerce t the 8 M III..,.,. ticket for a FREE PRIZE!

rouncll agreed! to Install a traffic LYNN Nr"wwa..mr _

light at the Intersection of Routes .

J 100 and 21 6tiN \'" > Specials For Friday & Saturday In New StoreMen's
The State Highway [)e't. has .f/ our

already! acted and COWBOY
rented .
j Modess..33c i I "SLOW" on the highways approaching [-, .. .
[ this dangerous Inter-, e 4 .

I I I Hoctlon.Another safety measure adapted[ AND AND Dress Shoes 495Men's Ladies' Silk Slips1.98

by the council is the erection of lades unit inuiWIOWIRY mu.,
COLD CREAM 36 69c a
Woodbury oz. I I fence along that part of the now "Duke of Chicago" Ladies'

sidewalk which the creek Work Shirts L29Men's
Townsfolk are very crosses grateful for Ron( it-Long, ) : Satin 3.95

$1 JERGEN'S LOTION 89c I this sidewalk on West Lake Shote ANu "INmrr of Thought" Cartoon Nylon Slips -
X "Italnutn 8 Robin"
: Serial
: Drive and for this! extra precaution Work Pants 1.98

R Nestle Colorinse ((6 rinses) 25c taken for the protection (WYNNI Ladies'

the school children.CIIAMIIF.K :Sunday, Monday Aug-28, 29 Men's

60c Size ALKA SELTZER 49c at The Roy Chamber Browning's COMMERCE of :Commerce Keystone: Air-met SPECTACLE of SVECtAtI fttUSICA Thurs..Plus Frf.News Sept. 1, 2 Rayon Sport Shirts I 1.98Boys' 1 Sheer Nylon Hose- 98c

park Thursday, August 11 at 8 WQNOE0.Ssm DOUBLE FEATURESLIGHTLY Come
Size M. O. 89c And SeeThe
$1 - - I p m. Members listened to the yIONEa hen nKINGCAOSBY u FRENCH

Keystone: Heights Radio Program Sport Shirts -1.19

r PASTE & on WJHP. Rex Croasdell. and Lt. Dorothy ........l1r.Ic.o Anurh

Now!' Ammonium OTT!, POWDER 43c I I George with Tahling Jim Murphy spoke on about the program life Sr PEENING :I Iwau. AND Children's. New Fall Styles I

$1.25 Nvlon Hair Brash & 75c In Keystone Heights. BENDII.. .
Action on future radio programs I Overalls sz.1 1 to 61.15 For Ladies

slating of Pres. E. T. Martin S. E. NARDwICKE a ,

was referred to a committee con- I

Jens Hair TonicBOTH for99cFREE McKay and! AI Nelson. Mil WE INVITE EVERYONE TO COME TO

DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 53 Blanding Ranges

Used By MarinesWatch

Prescriptions Called For And Delivered :. Barksdale'SCf
out for' bullets if you go
: ran 'raim-Mri. TAT UNIT
: .
near the Camp landing rifle ,
KOCH DRUG STORE range. :............................ I I1 ILIA rol/alAr/ 11Ra EtlaafurW1'ii

wlR Di.ll STORE
Marines from the JacksonvilleNAS Also New, & "Bad Link lilitckle" ,.
are firing there this week Cartoon

and there will be another firing .

..- - - -_._- --, -.-.-- period September 1.9. .

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<11 Hull, Hal P.uillen J"h".n, Mi' i It. M. N. '11.)11 T. U.v I In flreult.inrt.. llrnilfnrd Count r.
LIST OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOIl fiENEKAI Mm. llul P. fl! >r w II, -, ,. ,lurk p.MoComb i-'toridat. In < haiieerr.I'diillno .
ELECTION OF THE CITY OF STAKKE. FLORIDA TO BEHELD ll ilden, :. JonepliOoodinan ; : 1'I: \ : : Churl\ :; ,1. : Jon ; ; (u;'lire li..MuMiHun. in-lit\: Udwnrdn! rialntlff.(
Airs lUnnonJlctvlnney Jnnu-K A. Kdwardiv. Dvfoiulant OahoNo.
atatiol JoIuo A \ ,
ON THE laTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER; A. 1). 1949 : till, W. 'r Johnson: :: } illlfj, n It. 1..0.Or.I. .
U rider, 'hIn. R. It. Johnson I.. 1.. Ann ... tit I'linllentltin And >o.10... T)

55.Alvare Dune, Dariiey, Loll W. Jackaon. Frank .Mc-Kiimi-y, LmllHMcCarthy tiear, *into. or Florida' Till
AilklllH A. llllallartr.li
*, A. Li.Amlt'VWH .. Mr*. H. A. Dynl hire' Vide llallu, 'IV. II.Halle Johnnon PoniiloJackBon James. If, James" A. UdwarilH, who! ", renldenIn
J. W., JrAndernon liryant, Robert Loomis, :J. K.DfiiiKla Maude. C. Lilly aicCllnmn. M try A "HO Oak Street Norfolk,Qrv.n
: : : \
A.v UnrneH, Alfllurefotit ** l Iva At. llArtman AlbertIlartman Jonuii tlftorKu' T. llaVny, I.i-na H.aiamiBHa You are requlre.l. to -
Alderman DuraAclklne Sarah' 1 nun an, IClale Johns, Lola V. September Bth 1I4! In the above r
: Lois. liurrauirhi: U. A. Duncan: : 1'Io1''i&'! O. Hart, Kdna. II A. named Court and '..n"'h.. s yl>h.

Myrtle J"urrouif, HelenHUHHey. riudil W. J. .Jr.Alvares Hall Uhclllti Klukllter.. J. P.HemliiHway ).Miittlunvn, U:, H.. plaintiff: Heek divorce:I Tlrndfiird: '
Anderson. ,Annie Erllno It.KIIHHII.V Dodd. Mm.. W. J Jr.ond..n. air*. Sarah knliclu.. C. A. Manning, DeliaIWIdclleton County Telewrnph, shall puhllHh tliln

J. L*. ) Joe lilla: !. F.Hoylwa lI"tm.t.n"h,, O. W. MUHIinvm Hemliuvay llmnliiwuay: :: ::: ,L Annie O. Kendrli-k IviilKht\ AL's., :T, N.N. L .Mlcl.lU.Ion.: ::I :: ::, NollaMitchell. W. HI.: : Ordernext. ; my four hand. w"and"Kly nfi liwutWltneHH -*il
Alvam. MArlhn' \11'.. LllrlleAlnltlU'WH seal. Starko Plorlila. title Aurrt .
AndrewMIH.. 10 tilthAlMUea t ""'.hll.I': sire, (0'. L, HnM-an DeliaMunition Kondrli-kl at
Hattie Canova. F.unl"o C. Amelia C. Harry H. Ktckllter 111'I.. L. MfM... IdaMlddkton. 4. l\lIq.! l
Nelle Carlton, Fred Drhr..r.t..uk.. I Holland I, KMBIV, li. Kinunt' t'hunlae. Minlire. tOFPICIAL BRAD: A, J. Thomas
.Alvares. .Erroll /",,,'v'", tJtndy 1'..vl.. Lillian, 'IliiMi'ii, Clifford, Jr.HardtiiHT. Knight, I). ;ul.: ManMH" | Ollie Aol Clerk, of Raid, Court,
Anderson AliceAUxander Crew, Maud, DIIVIM, Ronald O.liuliliM 'I'. H. ICi't'lii1. .VeJmuKlrklltcr. Mtirdy/ \\'. H. Jr Ity Haven Crosby H. C.
B. Canova Levy A.Canova (J J.lii.hhu 11..10'''''., tluni-Mia' K, Miriam :'lIlIlIlv.11': ''. Ijella John .1. llendemun, Kxi: |1.. Tllchnrd.' ,

Anderson,.o..orlru.A.J. Mona. A. Airs. U, J. Hutches, RmmnHaynen Klild" IT. t>. Mall..1V.. M I 1, L. \\'y.l I Ir-bi: .lavkHonvllle, Klorliln s-23'
KvaAndrew demon. b'ronla. Devlin. C B.Devlin. tiara llo|>eIIitiruitlMii. Kelly, I I' (I. Mitchell Iui'll 8.5 it

A'lulurHun*., Wesley li.Andrew Carlisle, J. H. "'n", Belle Mary. Uluil. \ Kelly air. Mary MatlhewD. AIrs.. llalol

*, air*. Maud Cooper KithardCuimnttiKH. Deal Herbert. y* KliM 1 Knnloe! c. Manna:: :: AllnaItunter :
; Mnnan
Walter tea 1 Evelyn E. D. KIckUtei-.Dorothy Claire. .
MrH. '"
Alexander Alexander: m..Ad'. Coleman: Joe( :sae y. John I 1. Hanran John L. I I. Mrs. Jeanette Muritan. M. M. I >" TICU nf KI.KCTIOM *

", ..plnwull.11..... Karat:tsarch.lker.:: 1 Mrs.; C Mary, W, m. Paves ttuvls: : : Emory Vi:Is 7Alvares. A. Huu-hlnK Hutchlnu' .., ''Mrs.I 1"1.. Annie Keene. Mra. L"ol.'M'n.jMilion' Clarunre.MI-H., Mattli- L.1lerlong t..J I'- Roberts, Mayor at 8larke,
vlrliio of the authority
Mrs : by
Corine Campbell Douglas. I IF C Dr M. U. Klllingsworth. Mr. Maye. LnlH 'I""hl"l
Mr. In law' do call
Hilda Kate Mutt Airy Maude mo by hereby

.\II'I".n.Julia A. WV? Jr. (Coll Campbell"lInn..n.t., <,Y. Margery:, V.Marjory H, m. Donovan DU lnu rden'den.. .A.Loan LlllaltAlbert C,f..Unpraaua. .. t HouHton: :;;I, :'.ft'I.Mr Mrs. :T. U. r.r.rlo r'letl leorge H. aunlro Mnnlre: :/:: ,, Freda C.:. o", Hevu nn Hall election In the In aforesaid lit held I. town at the by' city the

Alvarez. S. .
I.irkland ainrtlnei Joe qualified, voter on Tuemlay Heptemlier -
Holt rendorf. KthetHoltnulldorf J. 'I'. Jr. ,
Ales. Ouraola (Colson A'. W. "y. Clydo 8. Nellie 13 mill I! for the ufelectlnfr
Lemuol DeSus Clarence Hen "ltltl.1. .... Valrlo. \ R A art. Ior., purpose
.Arnold Joseph H. Colon heals 8nm Moth air.. Ara H the following dfflcerHi l
lliirtinnu Loyro
E : 1111'''. Ada. POW-I'"by. n. O. 11. .
Andrews Mrs. K. ...
King' Walter' V Mnoty, Harry Two Aldermen for Twn y. n.
ors Dan.by.. Mr... Francs.Andrews Hartman Kddylumen .
Andrews. Home J. Clara. Kite Louise H.M".y./ Mr*. Alfred OneI"v..r) for 'r"'n.ar...
Mrn. ,
J..walll.: Carlisle. Ruth J'o"lInll". Marjorie' IIr.
Airs. One, Chief of Police for Two
'lIuk. Urn. Lisle 11,11. U'rha Lee HolUiiKHWorth. F. C. King Afro illorla, U. MnnaHHa A. H, year
n. H. I An- Kite. J. It. Mananna. .Mr. If. A inn City Clerk! Treasurer, Tax
Adams 01..011. Mr. U..lu( E. Drake Mra It.IJ llollinanworth. AIrs Collvvtor:
Norma J. .
Mrs. Assessor and.
'l'ax for Two
Jean Mancuso. 1..111";.
nla Kreiicmoyer
Mrs. Uonnle 11.
Carter 'V. :'1. Drlgvsrs' !
Elisabeth .
.Anders.Austin. E. p. Crocker.0..1..1', .. Acle hazel. R.Dyer nr..w.howling Jame..Anthony Dorothy. linen l HnlHtlnwH:: M.: Fh"S"r" : \ ;, "\\\.vA"\ ',...ri'r Al' hill: :: : 1'a.: F', 'E. 1 I"' Year InniidclorH*. nf mild election:II.

AnlhollY. Harry H. Kelly HeirviiaKetne )ManaHHa, A. C. T. \VllllnniH,
Hough L. :
Mrll. Harry ( ",'II"le. AI K. Drew IIIn. James
: P. O.'llHiniiiKway
CloverHettlf.. H. *-, HalntiH. Lewis I D. >, J. C.KlllliiltBworlh. Mananna, Mm. Rlvn. Leo
\lvlLro", Malt V. Carmlchnel, A. C. Kppemon, i.vunn.KilwardH.W. E. h Willa V. aioere. Mr*. Ploreiico. S. Id. Sparks
Huby IInw.'di..V
Alvare, Tan I Kavmtindtleuriru
Carmichael Dclorle : M. O. Kirkland II. N. )Murphy Thelrnn Genie
'Andruwx, UuyAlbrlKht II.HarrlH. ainiinlnir Dulla, l"lynti. Jr.
Cook, Howard 'KdwnrdH Ruble MneKdwardH I HaxettfrM. i Pi-ankio I\r.Ilnnoy. Carolyn S.
Albert .1 i', ,1 Manning. ClydeKyle II.V.. LappyU.
.. ; .
.. L. Mrs Deli
AI CookV.. K. K,>PITHOM, 'W. J. Jr. Howard. 10. ,Mrs.) Kenneth R. Mom-ley lteauriveHoward
Mary I
AkrUlKo t hereuntomihHrrlhe
I.J. Joe A. III.run Mumlorff, H. R ttHthnoiiyvhereof.
lanle ( rosbv; A. D. Enporsn, Dorothy I. Kemy, ,
Avery, John Warren MaunliiK-' ThelmaKaufman my name and Onus' tlin
Andrew: : ,.l Ellaalteth I \ Caraway.Cameron: Jos Barbara An-His Kdlsnrds:: : :,rds: J.LuclleAnderHon AIAlvarez Howard. W liuulnhHnirlH. a.Hmvitrd Kaufman" ,, airB. Allen Mow-ley. ,, M'.... Laura' real .if the Maid town to be here-
limn afflxud thin the IHh day of
netts Kiln Mae fit hen's. John D,
.\Iv..ro..Austin .L.Th..l1l1.H. p. Crosby Albert r.. Jr. gn.U"h H11glish. .: H.Leona H. I.Anders I : ;stel: ier, 1'ilar Kersey O..W.IU.IWhnel..r Memernau; Thoma! I. W: .itr.\'i.\ I HliAl.tJ.> : Irt49

.'r..by. VI..h.t W' Fadwards' MerrillAttridge Henry A. 11 Knight, Merry, 101. Matthews I'lnrl1I) (
Carl si. IV Knight Ilolll V. (Ifiidy. t'oi| | Roberts Mayor
Curtis 'onll..r. Merman L. 1'"wal..I.: Mrs' MerrillArnold 1I..1..I..nc Aloof Johns Clerk
Attest Carl\ .
B. l'unnor Lorain L. RdlvtardsV.: A.Aqular I IllY"". W. K.llolton "KerrlKnn, JonephKlllliiimworlli ) .1. i1. : city

.. Myron John Christmas. James A. Edwards: Air.' l'"I'I., : :: J, O.Holland aim, C.: Morris: Mm.r"i.i Annie Mae 8-U 5t !p.o
Alamla Lou 'hrl"l1Ia. Edna, W. N"ard.. Elaine' ; MlwanoreHurlIn C. Molt,
Aquiar Ennis OaryAckerman Truman Klnni-s- M"-". IH! Miuiiilntr, Grace
Ackerman::: Ann Fred Al. Carratt Conway' ,. 1 H4 F E'+lvnrd; '. Tiro. It, F. ]tutu,, (InrnltaHoiiKh King, 'r"11".nY.. MllBtlTH) JllllllMaaturn

..\n".r..n. Mr. .\. VV. Jr. (Conner 1 Oula. Alan J nnl... Mrs. Nev"" Yo.ttaway. Airs, Alma" Klnir,' Miii-on ) A. 'V. lit Clreitlt Ctiurl. llrndtforil C.iiiily,
Colson. Thomas' .r. Hberle Mrs. ltti..ellAttaway Haxen, Elsie PHathcock Kite, Eunice: Martin, flulda. A. l-'liirlilm In .. T. 'V.
\ Mary S. tolOn. Catherine a. 1'hvRrI". Jean AV.Alvares ; llaltle\ o. Kelly. tills Martin, A. D Marjorli' Adeline Welch also known
'raw" Louis Floor ie Russell'' A. """- '. aim. A. It. lIhlllllt".it. Lu'cllln, J.. its M..rJ"r',1..11". .. Hlnnley 1'lnln..
Alvarez I : i' ou.rL il. :Crown: : liesle 1\(. Miorl'u: : Mdward C.Akerldge Hutto O. P. long, Cornelia Peek .1Ilnlol...". 1'.hcllr; I'. tiff VH. Thomas Charlelon Welch,
Mrs. Curtis CII..on. Elmo Aberlo. 1\11', rC': I llohlM.. .1 1 C.HobliH I.onll' T 1. MIII"r. .1\' Jr.. also known an JoThomas
Conway Lacy C. (llaiiyHHlckey LOIIK! MyrwluLewlH nnileri .loan, Ntanlev, liefemlanl., Cane No. 747.1.Order ..
Albright. Sol.Hnmuel {'onw ay. Ferris If.o'uleh.. C. A.uvnvin l-ima: Lea Jamo. At lxun, J. H. of I'libllenlliin. end 1'0.>ire. "' Alver Fern.andeo., Eva Hardy, Charles Libby, L. Li, Mlxoti, Jean, P' Mime at l-Miirliln, h.l
.. Lyle
Anderson CreeHler aierrltt W. Paten, Verdln S.vory. Hardy Juanlta M. l.uIIIIUII.I.J. MelHim W, H. Thoman 11111'I"t"n.It'li., .1 r., also
Alhrlght.Iberta CrlbbH. Herbert Ftorn.utdes.. l ul-..lliCvnimlnxH HollldayArthur( N. lennrnr, KlvlaLandrum : )Melon\ air. lleba known an Jesse Thomas Htanley' .
.\ Louise ollle Mao Flvnn, licorice B.ox Harton, O. ID. T, Prank )Morgan, Harmon l'. whose renldence... In flouts 1, Kllna
Flor..n"o' Calvin/ Liindrum T, Prank JI"r""II.nnl... LaurieImm eth t
l rowlllee.. H. L. "' Mm. J. C. Flynn, Henley Mr"l pBiiiiHylvanla:
Cox J. C. P.iuiknor. Paul If Haley. Luke I ILici i II. MII"b..lI.11110 You ore" riMptired/ to nppenr, on
lilHhop" H.. KttaI'.uaMey A.llrounlee. Carlton: :J. D. Flynn, tleorice 1 P Jr. Halnten: : (JertrildilHardy I.nwHon, II A. Mnoilv I :::: Kathleen September, II, HMil In the above
: Lawson, Ada Mr*. Moodv, Luther ,
Crosby, H K. [Kalllkner Irene t.. J. IB.Hardy named Court and' cause, wherein
O. O. C ? Jo Ella. LewlH, Mm, Thelma S, Miithl J H. plaintiff seeks divorce I care, CMIH
IluBHley! ,KdwardIttirtiB llertrildofuriiH CaHHeiH, : Airs: Nancy l"iiii-n: ;"rillkhs.P. HudHon, M I''. Hr.HndHnn A". >Ira. Thelma Min.C: n. 1 loilv: ,find 1 control of minor rhlhl. and

BeanieHronka ('hl...... Randal K.ChlHin. .'0..... AIr... Mllllo J. I Mrs M. F. Sr. Lloyd) : EthelHtlfntetler : :. 1 other relief lira d I ford
Bertha Katherine Pnlli-r, Mr.. Heitha. E. : Lloyd\ Lamli, MI-H. Ell"i both Mundnrff. .1. R. County Teli-wrnph. shall publish
P.t.! Unison tennis A. POK-IC. Jowett C. Ilufntetlur Wilma l.awHon M. Mondiirrr. air j. n.: thin Order I In next i weekly. :Issues
l11r..rool. CnlHon, Clara. F. Fowler llarveylturney Howe C. It. Lawson ,Mrs, R. M""vII'I.Iulr..w'I Wltneiin my hand' and, offlclnl i Hfilt i
Haretoot Heacy W Currle, C. L. Pitch II..h.rtFiiniK.rl.nrk' Howe, I'. It. Jr. 1..w, Ali" .. 1 lloll Ii. )mnirvarl Margaret" HI"in lie, r'lorlda, t tills August
George ,
Currle. Norma J.llonham. L. J. Howe, Marian N. Los, L. B.LiuiHliiir Mueller: : I .r'r'IIN' in I R l IR.
M.BBentV.Mrs. A.W. Jr.A. C.u 1'1'11. Airs CoulnHrnwn. ; Perry MI-H., Mnry P, :llnll: Jlmmle:/ LeeHutcherHon : : aim. R. E. Mlclett, AIrs :; te ,OFFICIALs.. KAL; .> A. .J. Thinner,

; D Craw ford' James X*. P.loryHernwnll : Lapps, W, Al:sorer, Jaciilelln| Clerk of mild CotirHv
Mm Airs" Florence Llzala: ; Clumont.. Herman >v, flrlffln, T. J. : ; : c. R. ::iippe: Maud T.: Milton, HolomonHarry : Haven. CroHbv, it"' lily I'lerttllollin .

Hryant "ook.Iv.... A. (trash, It A. Hernwall Pearl 1C.llnaen louver, .1. CHmnlnmvuy. Mulone, llel.-" III v. Knight Stark (shrills,
TieHHent .tlin. Mary \T'. O.HityeH :Mil.ne" Partin I J. : I :
.1y C'oek. UOHO. C. Orirt'lnlanlle D.I'ul'n..v. [ V. V. Arty fur, l-if. in it u.9
Airs Ola
gurney' s Cloone 1'1.; W. :M.lacler' I 12. Jr.Mimeler
I L.
Mr. a. W ('''"m.lon., Don R. Green Mary K. llnxwn I
Tom (', .iBon Leonard K, fire en, Lloyd J. Hall. 19d word A. Hoover lIHal.ivi .l.'HBle, !MRH
,'..1,.,",, 3f, Peurle lireen, KloydOreen. l'nil. "'..r"u""lIu" at. | >r, Delia. )aillchell ZilllnMilhlhofer. .
Rattle Mabell HopeHiiyrn st.l'" ,r.., \.II..r In I'lreiilt' I'....rt .
"nburn., Amy 11. Mm. N. IntjOreen. Hancock H. L. Haynes, IIr Itriiiirurd < i>ini rl'lerhlai
1'arkndalu... Vm Vlrgle'-bamplon' Lorraine. Ine A41yon Betty Ruby A, Mildred A In I lieni.ce y.
.loin. )Jolla Cutchi-n. Robert e.IIn..lmlln., J. L. H''OI'k. Thomas II", I, \Y, H. Anises, (II I'. Jessie. lien rods liHvlriirnhnfi:
Airs Mra. Sarah flay, A. Howard. O. J. Rows .1. It. Mllni-r. Afi-u Mnry ''V.. Arthur' ThonutH 1 Itn\1 lit, t,
Ci j
i1 wii J flllbert :: ran, Cula, i : H 1"1, 1 rn..llnttJ llarrell .1. Af. Hullo U H, aunnlnir: M.irlon c. a lit. Cane:! No. 7471
ver: Jerry (Coran'nrorY.. Mr. Marion. W.1:108o". )lnroldrd I llnric-ll.:::, Mrs .1, ar. Unto::: ; : Mm. L. a. Mann, I-;, i'. Jr linlee, of Piililli-ntIon unit. Nutlee. InA
- ,iOrd R.: ''clean. Wlllllu 1:1.: Urn, liens. W II. Jr.y llend.feon HI'* 13. IS.frill. I.MW. I'-lanchnrd ;Mann Air 10.: 'c.NewHomo |puce| .. Kline .., 1111.1,1.115o iArthur
Mre. Irma' Ruby Griffis, J '\r.s < .. .. IS. E.: Land, Martin TIloniitH, Ili-xlm' wn' nilenon
Conway" .
JIM Slue f/rihani./ Nathan )I. Mm..I."R. l -mil .l.ltvc Ruth Newpnmu' 1 It: A. IH IInklln,, '

i li. I.j.. t.L'LIlII.;; ;:: l, 't..Hb"A.:: Y. Griffis; : AIrs, J W. mil. Ilev. J. R. Lopes, Rvon Rdnii You urn required i in iip| It inHt'ptemlier
; .we '. In..n. Mary Co ( lalney. Irma ir-.rmleHl"r., W S.Hnfinlenter. Ioim aim-inn" I P NriHwoi-lhy. "c II. 1 19. |94l!', ,ll< ''In ilniiiiieil
I' '1'. Susie Kiicf'ut". )\1. tlnnwrnrthv, '.IIMIlIo..lh' Court .
John it, ( irlftis I I.. L Lew w and .in h
1< files J VV' :d'hlldroui.\:: J Ir/APIs/ : : : F; l.al.lno. May. Ui Norrf, AV. al nlulntirf HimkH dlviiri. (III idf, ,il I
1'w \Mildred/ ; E llldress, : PorotilV Mrs. (h.r. Hamilton, Rrnentirimllton. :: : :
: :J: :: J.l.Mtlen NorrlH. Kl'lnn' '
..Iune' .I'umulingt. Chnrlo4. Irttfls. Martha' : : turtle i <'n' PI..1aril 1 'iMinly[ Tnleitrnph" ihiill\ pool
d'r, :MIH. laines. 1. M. HalHten Julia Titer Nollman, \v. If' thl I.. Order, In next 4 w- ''II{ '

U: n: R.Johnnie' P.d W. t'hnmherH Chambers:: : kCrJ.I'T... EOrson, Mrs, i.n.tlle II. Hnxan, II O l.i-itH-c-u. finite Mae Nollman, Sells If. WllneMM my''hand and. off', ..I. 'ilit I
.ut Alae 'hrl..tlan"'n. John Gray. Dorothy. 1I"lI'nll. 1'II.III..lh': Lee Joe Noel el.V.1 I1. Jr. Hlnrku, Florida' IIIHI. ,
I n, ora. C. "hrl.tl"n" Edith. On...|, I.A. I,, lI..rnhne.I.) .... .1. M.Hembree tnl'I'' '', August D. ''', "ICIIitahlh. I 11149.OPP1CIAT..
, ii. -r, 0.| orite Cols Alice fe.airp. Crnhatii, Alice P.nllin. Dr .1. M.Holmea ' wn, H. C <: I ."W"nn..r T. Newrunl- ,,, l l.lhhy A ,1"1 nt ..hi'
; "I'ole. J. T.. Henry L,. Lonwardllolton '
D (V Florence Mrn./ J. T. Newuonil" .), ri H. Haven ( C'l..rkAny
A Carter KatberlneCutrmlnKM (teoi-K-o. Mr" *. Ida aim J. A. Jr. A. C. . hop, li, I'rawford. F. M. (HrlfflH Henry Hu'hln.nnlu Mao "HenLtvlnwH J-'onwel. Hlnnl.-v H. tuna Ib .,
TUirnoy, O. W. Crawford, flatly mines, Mayiuond J. Mm. Olen. Noeirel.. Jnwell A \tty. : r'hi.&I..rhl. I-ID 4t 0-9
Parton .1. Cop<-land, C. Y. Orlder.' Itufue II. Tnarram Mrs Carrie AT,.*i*, MnrKiiret N..w"I1.'ltlr'Y'' I
flarton If. nreen, (..lUirhillrlffiH. Inorram, )lush I'. Jr. LewlH. Thomas B.Lllnnden ':. Newman Albert .1.
J. Challis
llnnric.lt' Loul uuaBihoS LpmiardOortwln Innrnin.. Hugh II. 'Sr. Lennn N. Newllran Mr.1'1'1. '; J
Louis' A' jr.ChalUs, Mrs. Qua Henry:: T I.lltl. leorue If. Nlx J If. In ClrruK ('", .rt. llradfiinl Cuunfr,
: Airs. II, A. Orlffl*. Ruby' L. lenkln A. O, ..'.n-tt Addle. Nix; (traceNewHome Kli.rlilMI In ( haiteerr.
r.:;,n.; J. A: Davin. L. A., Jr, .TJreen, CarolynUardner :; JohnH. Rlla F. Little. lola Mthel' 1-:1..1.:| | Conaway .I'baintlft, V". A1|

linker, A. B ....vi... E. M.DuvlH licorice A. Johns, Carl Lee, C. II.I NewHome, Ilul.y b ert Ci>naway, hefendant. Case No.
linker Ruth R. Lee Perryman tlardner atrn. Atlnnle DIIl1rnoU. Johnn, M..". H. R. Sr. .til Ml II. n. L. Newman, Arthur.. 74118.Order' .
Hell Margaret luirby Cha "'lai wow Helen E. John, Berry Llnnln -.rOJiJ.L.- t Newman, ailnnle" nt I'nhllealliiu unit Police. luIIHtenr.
Hal DemoreKt it. F. lover Pouter John, Calvin Lewis: I : : ; ; stare of Klnrliln lot
flurdette. H. S. Darby AnnieDavlH. Helper. HermanOrlfflH. John, Charley E. Lewis, Pace Olson, Ft..rile Albert (Cnnaway. whose residence

llrown C.VldellIlryant D. It. J. F1. U Jr. John, Theima HrlnHon oiHon' TltuMOvernlreet Is. unknown:
]crown. DavlH, LinlieDavle. Oil), Prescott John*. Thelma. RedaTrave McMillan.) Merrill T.V. You are required to appear. on
!\In. R R.F. lne Orenham Mattle M Johns, J. J. )McKinney Mm Iva Ovemtreet, n: H. September II, 1949 In the above
T'ullington, J. Verna J. OreMham Morgan H.. .Tones, Emma McKinney Melvin Overntreef Annie lamed Court and cause, wherein
flowers, Lettla M.RiHTV Demurest Damon Helper O. C. Jenkln, Chan, A.I.Klnn"v.! A. H. (Outlaw p a. plaintiff neekn. divorce. Dradford.
"Inns. FJ' L. Jr. Doll Denmark Emily Oreun Robert O. Jenkins. Chan, l!. McKinney Mra A. E.Ou".w. arm. n. 8aicKelvny .- County[ Telegraph shall publlnh
.*. air. R. L. Jr. K. a. Orson GladysBroadway. John. H. E ) J. A. Owen W. K. bin Order I In next 4 weakyesuos.! /
Tiroadway, Ruth Duncan Duncan,, aim. K. G. Oortwln, John M. .John,' Mrs Auby Mi-in'ty're'' T J. (I\rr.) Owen, MriL,, Clara. Mae Witness I : my hand. .and. official: Heal i

II C.p.aenke Darby John M. nnolfby P F. John. H. R. Jr. McKelvey Frank .Owen Irlll .t Htnrke Florida. thin August
Geneva Darby Mm. Jean tlnolHby Mr.. P, F. John.. Allen M McKelvev/ air.. J, A. Owen hire. Nora F. 8. 1H49.
File;*,;*. Robert El. Dlnklnn,, Mm. U F. Geiger Homer John, Mr... )Mellnna V, Airline, B m. flake, c. Tt. (! ..'/ -kAl. RAL) A. J. Thom,

Blair Mrs 0.11.W. L, (Thelma' ) Ocxlwln Annie Lou John, Mr*. Ituby B. : :Jt.iarr.f; Ethel Oaken, Afro. C. R, Ae Clerk of mild. Court
Flrown. B. Judd Mlllard \ A. "ly Haven Deputy Clerk
L F.naSwell OIlHHon: ,
R-airwell, Kenneth 1. Plnkln Denmark: ?Claud Delvrer, .J/r."oen. Jenkins, Mr*. Winnie Nte'atll.elms: Pock Clara I.. Ltty. for I. i.O'hY. -IOt 4t :04In ;
Cleo J II. Orady. Thomas FPowell Alice McIntosh, Tlllman I R. Perkins: I.InnisJohns.
Renton S. Jackson Br. Pennl Obey Oatlln RuanellOrlfflH Mrn. Laura afrlntjrre: J. A. Perryman. PI. K. -

.., Rra O.Runrh DeHue Woodrow Jenkins, Hara F..--Mnvld. Ploy Pfcrrynwn, Lots.Johns .
George. II.Piirnham De8ue Durden., Mra. tussle l lDowllnir rordon. Olica Mm. Pronle'. Mclntonh J. W. Powell (cha J. ( .melt 4'.iart llrnilford ( ..only,

Pearl 1':. J.liowllnir OrlfflH. VancollrirriH ,!r>hnn, Mr. Lois MclntnHli.' Alice Parka. W. II. Iwrlclnil In f haneerr.'homan .
T'lackwell. B. B. Cleone M.Darby. Mandy John, Mr*. I Dorothy R. Mc.velll, T. If. Park. Jet hel IJt. Lanir Plaintiff, VH. Mar
lackwell.; D'orl. H.Tiinch W. W.) Phillips I R. W. Lang Defendant, Caneto.
Mr. Cha DrlfflH., Thelma !M. John, Mr. Mamie. Mi-Curl y. Mrs -nret" ,
Rut" S. lJ..wllnll'VIIII.m B. Orlffl*. Karl V. John., Mr. W, H. ( Ha. :>,-.fine. \\\rr"A Donald( Prlent. Clydn. .1, T47B.
Bryan Mary, (Billy) Grimes, Ronletta' ana) ) .. E. Jr. I'.aree>, Mr, liertl inter ?f I'nblleallnn Hint Nnllee firvan We.lejr W, Denmark T4 Q. Oorilon A J. Johns. Corley McClano T. K. Jr )'h II II I'*-, Mr Rosa '>| NIMIV of Klnrldit too l
Tlatten C. R. F.. J. Gordon r.tn. A. 3. ,Jones, )Mr*. Mag-Hi B. aicClane. aim. T. K. Jr. Priest Mm. Clyde Margaret. W. Lang, whose reHldanrei ., .
T ...tt..n.tar".ret) F. Dahmer Dahmer "ernardine (irow'. John. f7.Rark.dale. John.. Bert W. McCartyl Walter E. Paul.. A. T. 1 unknown

nark..dal", : Robert' C n.llnmpl..r. Rhoda Z. Gunter. F: ro. ,rnhnnon. Harold A. beaus, Donald P, Powell Mr. Mildred K. You are required to appear' nn
Rsrbara' IIlx"n. Mrs. Katie Junl.r. Air PE.Drown. John*. Ahh )Mcflrlff Ireen Jr. Powell Ned September 19, 1949! In the above
Brown W Hh'nrdla W Dennis. Mrs. Myrtf" K. Gardner. Mural. ,racknon W. T. Mcdrlff. (t. J. Powell Mrn.MariaPeek anted' Court and cause, wherein
F. Dowlini, Ernest J JrFarland. Gertrude Iackon Margaret, O. McOrlff. Lee It.McVay Myra I>. plaintiff neekii "Iv.."... Head ford
T'e11; .h..t\a Durshirner::: : Frank: L (Irlffln: Clara C. .Inhnn, Josephine P. L. C. Hr, Peek. H, I I.. Jr. (oiintv Telegraph shall. publmhIH
Burnett ) Pnyle Mildred' O. Oriental FoII"ab.fh lit lohnHrm. Mrs riehorahi ""'nfn.h..1 W. Jr, Powell" Wm <'. ( Hilly) t | Order In next 4 weekly |HMUH.Wltn .
JI..rn..u.. nornth I Dovle. Jefferson D. 01'101'' Rufus At.Bunch. Johnson. Oeoraje W Mclntonh. PorlnaicCondlchle Powell Mary Harriett HH. my hand and offlclnl sealat .
DrVant. l\I..hl.. Johnson B. If. IT.atclnivr Pullilm Fit! L. .
Denton Mr. Willie MaeIrifnn. Gerald. Mary H'arke Florida. thin August
James. B. Davis. Joan P. 01'1..1' E. H. JrihnHon. Carl A. *. Wilier Mae ..lIlIm.I Mrn. P. J, .7.f 1949.
Hrl". Ines Ittis C.n..yer Inrtd. Freda' N. McKnlarht, J R:, L. Pellum I P. J.
n"mpl.r. n. C. Geiger. \ JPP1CIAL Sit.At.) A. .r. Thomas,
Nina R. ;
Bishop Parker
; I B L MnePnek
Evelyn loyner, N. P.lovner McKnlichlMr' .
V. Lou Dohhs. Alton Geiger PrnnceePaiton An Clerk t>f Paid Court
Dobbs Nlta Green F7. EPogue J..w..1Ir, aicVay. Irene V. Haven Crn.." Deputy Clerk
Rogue. Ralph V': n"vl.. H.'or, ........n.II... Thalma loudon, T. F. atcVay U C. Jr. W. A, .ty'ham It. HeHH, 204-ofl" iiuaranty Life'
Dorl. II
Robert M.McRae. Patton HehaContinued :
Ticker t. Z. Paves. A. U. Goodman, Sober D. "littidon, Aston Fr. iilldlnir.Jacksonville' 1 Floridatly.
"likeI'. Edna Mae "Val Pets nnodman. Mrs. EloulseItasgett Jordan fi>rdnn, hurtle P, on 8-B \ rIOI' Plf. 1-19 4t .-lmt.I
: W. W. Vrl..lI'o.. C. A. Gros. Ann Grace McCulley, Llnnle


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POLITICAL all times be It day or night whenI Continued from 8-A Howell Ethel O. L' low. John
Sullivan Percy t'ud. erhtll. Marl
was called I reported to you. It 1-a.tel.I Van 1). Hohmtlt./ Chun.. M.Hinlth Underhill Paul.

HAMPTON ANNOUNCEMENTS might not'be possible for me to pO.H.r, J. wPendarvls JO.:' .T.Puwoll .Smith,, !\Mrs. Virginia 1 W. Undurhlll 111...rill I"

see each and every one person- u'OUI:f;' C. Smith., Mrs t"K'I:: Anne VlnlnnT Airs L. D.
lay Mra. M. C Rw.npy l..rynanl Comer. I*. Slmmunn, lluzel. Inlnir, L. 1>.
but should I miss I still
ally, you 1'ai'ki*!', Charlus C, AI C
FOIl CITY CLERKI ': ; tfmlth, Julia TI"on Vlnlnir" "
will appreciate your vote. i l'r"MHlty, Annie MaCe "lhlry'J Vanpfv. ,, Ueorva 11Jhllllla .
MISSIONARY MEETING hereby announce my candidacyfor : Union Hit ley, linen; E. Vaui,.>ry. ItiiNuVunVlnet
relectlon to the office of City Sincerely yours. patten. n. I- Wi'ott.Yllliur A., H. N.VanVluet .
Mrs. Earle Van AUtlna entertained W. E. (Ebb) Thornton ration, Mary hnC. Hc-ott. Lillian Airs H. N.
Clerk of the City of Starke. Hav Perkins, hllrox, Paley Roberts
the Women's Missionary Patray Krnlu P.PIfkMit : Wall W. L
Ing served the City In this capacity : Starling, K. K.Hmpmtii .
Society at her home on Thursday FOR CITY COUNCILI 1:. WPeterson. Mrs I'leb..ccaVhlte, U.v..
for the past several years Jamas: A.Plrkofl. rptiiuo, John White. Ethel MWliltu .
afternoon of last week Mrs. 1. hereby announce candidacy .
I feel that the experience that I my Mrs C. W. /Kmllh, ICultna VV.Smith. Noble Ray
E.: Simmons had charge of the for re-election as City Councilman. J."I".t.Ir: Nono W. H.M. Williams: T. H.
have gained, will enable me to Parker, .llIhUIIV.. 1 John, Alice Wall H. C..
devotional! service, and tho topic I to continue to du- .
discharge the duties of this. important promise Prevail, U T. Hlrfanelll. Henry Witlnwrig-ht. N. D. JrI'N..II .
studied was: "A New and Living vote my full time and efforts to \Irx. Margaret "mllh, Victor 'V Winkler, Austin K;.
office to the best Inter- .1. W imams, Nat;
"Im"r "1..t..III, Alrs. floury
the afternoon, betterment of SCurke and Its Jtrs JV
Way Dining/ cuts of tho people of Btarlco. I the Y<'HUI Starling, Volley L, Williams, Louise
Mrs. Van Alstlne assisted by her citizens. Your voto and support .Ihltrn, J'lIwnb"th Starling/ :Mary liffflns.. OriaWalnulight
am a life-long resident of the City Phillips, Mary, Spence 'J 1\( Blanche
daughter, Mrs. Fred Whtddon\ of andmy in will be appreciated. Phillip". e. :\1. $tmx, j'jiln,. Williams, A.: D.
Starke a taxpayer
served refreshments to hur gucsta.HKAOI -Paul L. Bridges I attln. ("hlLrlv" !S.! HI/trlln/ Joe H. WliliuiiiH.' Gertrude
tire Interests are located In 1l\rll". M"lblL 1'1. Smith, IIhl K. Wilson, ]u... K.
Iet..on Airs H. 11. /Siena. Ii. L. Wilson Ilea K'eekeJ
Starke. Since beginning service ,
PICNICA my FOR CITY COUNCILAs "te..on. It. 0. ...truth.Ira.. Klaale S. Warren, Mis. N. Annie
group of junior boys and girls as City Clerk the duties of that Pass. Mm Wlllard .Struth Kate WarrenI. T.
a citizen of the City ol! Pats, Willard Struth Merrill Warren, Albert M.

enjoyed an afternoon picnic last office have increased tremendouslybut Starke I am announcing my can- Pntvl, June V. Stewart, James F Warren Ruc-hla *

Thursday when their Sunday even with the Increase the Phillips, JnanltaPoarBotl St. John. indent tI. Wiley, Jack
has didacy for member of the City Eugene St. John, Mildred H.'Vlml..rly, W. M.Wlmbarly \ .
costs of the office
School teacher, Mri. J. W. Home operating Council In the City Election of /Strickland, HoneSlmmonN : Katie Belle
entertained them at Hampton been kept at a minimum.! Only I Quigley, J. T, :Mrs. Ruth \\ lI..y. LottieWiggins
additional has been Sept. 13, 1019. My candidacy Is Quigley, Mrs. Minnie Smith W. 8., Laura Lee
Lake Beach. They were trans- one person Starkea I. Wall Martha I).
baaed on striving to make Quick. C. II. Jr. Smith S.
ported to and from the picnic in employed In the office. Sullivan. Mabel Williams, Mrs. Gladys
larger and more prosperoustown Hitch J. II. Sullivan. Dorothy I.
Your vote and active supportwill
Emory Brown's large new and also a cleaner and Robinson, J. W. Smith Merry Beth Ward Mrs Carrie
Home be greatly appreciated on llarbvrt Htt.niHhvphard, Weldon, S. A.
rolet truck. Miss\ Martha hitch C. Humra.
13th. more decent place In which to Hitch, Isabella I. P. Weldon :Mrs. Mary
assisted' her mother In serving the September live. Your vote and support will I Hay. olive K. Shepherd: Mrs. I. P Gladysiteglxtvr

young folk.Friends -Carl Johns Freeman; Mialler, ElizabethVllllams I Mary
be sincerely appreciated. Thanks! Bitch, KvclynHeHlHter. Shallvr Rabble L. Williams, Fred

-W, T. (Billy) Jackson Alice /Hauve, Riivnmnd J. Williams, Mrs. MarvWalnwrlght. \
McIntosh Jr.
of Glenn FOR CITY CLERK Bitch, Mrs CurllaRlclmrd. Hchmltt, Cynthia i.- Jame"l h

will be interested to hear of hid I will be a candidate for the Harriott Stuart, Roland M R.
FOR CITY COUNCIL dHriavv" A. W, Stuart Mrs. H, At.Winkler, Mrs. H. A.
marriage to Miss Gloria Singletonof office of City Clerk of Starke li1 Hedfrrave, :Minnie !Smith Lewis Warren. Mrs. S. N. '

Tampa on Thursday. August the City Election of September I I wish to announce that I will Heda-ravu, John /SearingKarl B. Williams, AmosRedgravei
I be a candidate for City CouncilIn Lula ("ur- Hmllh, Hennls H. Wlllhunn Joe
18. The marriage took 'place In 13, 1040. ode) Sclph. D. It s WllllamH, SnlllaWade.

Georgia, and the young coupleare I need the position and will the forthcoming City Election, Reynold' Mrs. L. A. Helph DeloreBHowe C. T.
Sept. 13. I solicit the vote and Clvda. Hr-huie, Mabel\ Wade. Mrs. C. T. .
now making their home In be grateful for your ,encourage- I Howe, J. B. Simpson, I.. L. WalnwrlKht. ICati:

Starke. Glenn's parents, Mr. and ment and support and as I am support of all citizens who are Hitch I Carl Simpson Laura; E. Wood::, Venn K.Wood. .
Leonard MarthaWllllamH
Interested In progressive and economical 11.toll.; Mrs Ituby Smith, F. Jr.
Mrs. Glenn McIntosh, Sr., arrived no politician I will truly need Robinson. Ulancy Wynn Smith, Mrs. Leonard F.Hlihard. Edwin

Monday of last week In Cheyenne your help. administration of our city H.M. Jr. Wynn, J. U.
1 lnymond, Patil L.
Wyo., where Mr. McIntosh .will be I promise you faithful, efficient government. Unvmond.' Sullivan stud..tlli. Lonnie D. Wright, Harvey

employed. They made the auto- and courteous service. -Geo. B. Flynn Bitch: N."l'tl':1;: Mrs. W. J. Wood. Florence
Rosenberg Ham Stud UII. W. J. Weeks K A.
mobile trip from Hampton to -Leslie Biggs Rosenberg.. Fannie Stewart John HHtewart. Weeks Mrs. Larkin! D,
Cheyenne In five days. FOR CITY COUNCILI It"we. Claude' Airs John H. Williams, Ethel J. -
Rosenberg, Delia Smith! Mrs. ShiShields. \ Wllkle, Mrs. RuthWilliams
wish to that I will
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Torruellaand announce D.
FOR MAYORI Rowland G B. / l Paul Ui'Wey
three small daughters who be a candidate for City Councilin Rowland. Klney Hhl"lrla.In.. Paul Ward, Roy :0(.
wish to announce that I will Rowe, Lassie !Sullivan. },,road l D.Varr"n., John I.
have been living In the Christian be a candidate to succeed myself the election of Sept. 13. Hobloft'Jii. Alvin Surruucy, l.lsla' Wlmberly Fannie Win-
I promise the citizens of this Surrencv, Woodrow ifred
Robblns Irwin
Church moved Tuesday -
parsonage, as Mayor in the City Election of .
Walker Hans
Hla-don, J.V.. Sheppard, Mrs. Kate T.
both old and fair
of last week to Starke. Mr. Sept. 13. In announcing my can- city, young a Kealtttor. Freeman Jr. Pntmce, Mrs HurtSpence Walker: Margaret B.White .
; :
and honest aQmlnlstratlor.! : Bert Carol a.
and Mrs. Homer Smith and daughter Roberts, Roy
for re-election I
didacy assure
Wells C.
Ray Richard Hpwnce Myrtle M.
In advance for
Shirley Ann, of Starke have the voters that I will continue my Thanking you Rhoden, VV. U. Stmrhro:: It. K. Webb OW.O'R.
moved Into the your vote and support. Hhodttn.: Clarence F.Srarbrn., D.> *Etta Ward.:
parsonage. efforts to the .
give people of HI
nonnh..ri Leon Stern Louise Walker John .
Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Gentry of Starke a fair and Impartial ad- R. J. (Romey) Andrews llolmrfi' j". P, Smith, J. W. Williams. C. C.
Roberts "Smith 1Ir.V.. S. Wasdln, R. 8.
Ft. Lauderdale last week Li ola F.
pent ministration In the future, just FOR CITY Hosier' Mrs. N. B. Jr. Slmmnna, R. I':. Waxdln. Mrs. R. S.
with Mrs. Gentry's parents, Mr. as I have done In the past. I appreciate Hosier, N. P-. Jr.SIInmons, Mrs Janice Wlnkler WArr..nV.
Mrs. W. Saxon. To the citizens of Starke: Register, Mrs Freeman "'. |OTI.. Richard, P". Williams, Francis M.Williams \ .
and George your electing me to this Hitch *'"- .11 ij|le Slade. T. H. JeanettaVValnwrlght.
I for the
candidate officeof
am a
Mrs. Claude L. May recently office for the unexpired term of Howe, .Mrn OlnMae < < A'i> T. H. Louise S.
City Councilman and having :Reynolds, Sarah !"mill.; (Cleveland Williams, VVIltardVVehli
her and
visited daughter-ln-
son II. C. Wall, and now I hope that Reynolds' n. D. Stork, Martha Mrs. Aneda
law Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Dick served In this office a number of ftck, John Wells, Edna H.
; you will do me the honor of electIng HiiHhlnv. 'r" I. L, : :
in 'J>eterSblll Va. years I believe that I am quail- Randolph' A. H. *' "i ,n'.. James F.SlmmoiiH Wilkinson, FI.arV.: ; .
May, G', me for a full term. Sincerely, :
Ruskin,,", L. t,. : Henry
fled. In office
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson spent -Jake P; Robert My record while this Messing Louis .Hmlth, Austin I.'. WlllianiB, MadiaWllllamH. [

reverul last week In Orlando Is an open book and I invite Iedding' "--1 L. Scott, Roy .. Lottie\
days: :
i Sill" Wolfs..
linlmrls, II. B. an. jrrc. H. B. John Henry Jr.
with Me. and Mrs, -Tories Broome FOR MAYORI (a thorough Investigation of same. H hurt, MuruaretPobortH '',..b"'''.... Dr) H. P. Worren Marvel

and The Broome returned If elected I will serve you as I I I ...-h| M. .' .:'011'\ IIcsVarr..n.. 'nt'k
family. '''. ". ". White Olin W Jr,
Avlsh to announce that I will ., .. Hem, D'i"othy e.
with them Sunday and willv ,0' In the"past.. HosierM.; I 13 :"tiirl'. ,int. Iris \VIIII. 1. V.
tit here for while. be a candidate for Mayor of I will apprer'tate your vote and lto-l..r, Lmilse; .C. Slronw, Hilt'lev \\ lkln.ollnll,1d";
a Starke. Mr Helen \VI-n, 'rhelrno Ii
I promise! my fellow citizens Hitch LornneHhodftn. Strong H ,
active In this
JIV; and Hill Alderman recently campaign. Atlanta WIB a.
a fair and Impartial administration Thanks. house, JoaHhotlmi Turner, Roy V. Warren: ; fr. D.
it Reel! In Branford with
fir c. : Truhy, .1. 1. Warren, Mm. M I)
and an earnest Interest W. : Lonay
M. (Mitch) Edward
Mrs April VVeathorsbee. Ilolirrl.. VenceV Tlsnn SallleThonit Walker, .Ititi.ta .N.
In the welfare of our City. At >khiH. LlnzleThornton : Walker. Mil.lrtd. E.VVIllard .
Roberts 'o..ph
Ml Mr.. J and "
and (). Adldns
/ I ask each of you for your vote Roberts, 1* T. W. E. l, I, WitnbM
e1 t ;titer Louisa visited Mrs. Ad- .1 n. M,'". Deiifrlce Thomas, N. N. Warren J VItoberts
Ulna father, J. W. Priestcr In I and support, and will appreciateyour When you go to the polls on Julian P. Thornton. MarvThomas Warren :Muriel O.
Mrs. R. A. Stove Jr.
efforts in my behalf. Thank- 1I..1..t.' Murrull \V..IloII. A.
Macclenny Sunday. Mr Prlestcr, September 13 elect a businessman hoes. Mrs Florence ThomaH Robert. L. "'hl.han"II: MadgeWhlKham .

who la In Sanderson Ing you to handle your city's affairs, 111.-. 1,,", Alma, ThompklnM, loss (Mm Mrs. Kula
depot agent I --J. R. (Nookle) WaInwrIght Haven Mack\ ) Williams' Homer
has been quite 111 ftr the past With your cooperation and sup- It11x I..U'Ur"hD., Tlson, Mrtf. Theo (Loil- :: .. RooseveltWllltnms

week. port I will strive toward an eco- Itohlnuon. nvelyu il."lya) : leroy
I FOR CHIEF OF POLICEI Rufln, Walter Thomas Mrs ( AVInsrate, MauriceVValnwrlaht.:
Mrs. M. M. Williams recently nomical businesslike administration Reddish, Pete (Sheriff) Thomas. Cecil 13. .1,
hereby announce to the people Thomas, Mrs. Dorotha wine Hvelyn
visited her Mrs. Eliza for the benefit of all. H"\II..h.\ ,
mother I of Starke my candidacy for Nelle" Wise, Chester I..
rancher, in Gainesville. -All K. CarlisleIn Stump F. F Thomas George, w. Weeks, T.ella: Ma.
theoffice of Chief of Police. Your "'Sletrunk It. D. Howell and B Y Saxonare "
vote and support will bo greatlyappreciated. Circuit Court llrniirunl. Count?, Suolt K. A. Thomas, Vlrs. violet Wynn, dill*
In Pompano this week at- F'lurldni. lit Chancery. Happ, W." 1'o"n.. .., P11rshethVelxh, Jo... 'v.timid. .
Laurine Parties I.un. Plaintiff, vs. ., I:. Ii. Thomas, R. M "Welsh. Nfrs. Norma 3r.
tending to -Earl F. Miles Long, Defendant. Cane No Stump Eva Thomas, Floy Wynn, J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams /I4,7 7r' Slli-ox, .r. U Thomas, Mrs Hosier L. Wynn, JeanettaYoiinur

.\p........ state of Florida tot "SaulAfrs.. Pearl Torode. W. K. Jr.
and son, Huwell, spent Sunday in FOR CHIEF OF POLICEI J I*. Loner, whose residence I I.. atplane !Simmons, J. L Thomas RosslaThomas Mm H. H.Ynuii
Dunnellon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hlstnunk. Joe MSlslrunk Clyde. NelleTucker. .Theodore .
deslwnatml.' Route 2, Box: 124L. '
hereby announce my candidacy C. H. If. F:. Yancey f.. A.
South Carolina
Frank Williams and Mr and Mrs.O. for election to the office of Chief Lleoriretown.You are required to appear: onSeptember !;lInu,.. CelenaSllcox Tucker Mrs H. BThomas. Yancey:! Airs F.. A.
D. Delia N. ftThomas Yawn William TI
Gay. 19, 104U In the above
of Police of the City of Starke. named Court and cause, wherein Smith. JunIus M OvM Yawn Afro. VV. H.

Miss Jessie Wright has been Having served on the police force I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Swindle, Hannah Thomas. A. C. Yawn Theron A.
Sapp Mrs. Leona :Thomas: A. J, Yawn: Lila Rae
visiting relatives In Gainesville For several years I feel that the L'ounty Telegraph shall publishihlx Stern. VV. A.. Thomas, Eva: Mae Young R F.
Order In next 4 weekly Inane
and Raiford this week. experience that I have gained will Witness my hand and official seal Stern. Thereasa. Thomas, Victor C. Toung :icons Toung-,
Thornton. 1n.. blood
Smith W. P. Jr.
Sunday guests of Airs. Della enable me to discharge the dutiesof nt 17. !Starke.1949 Florida, this AuituatO'FFlCfAt. Sllcox:, Henry Thomas, Frank F. .

Dyal and Mrs. Alma Saxon In. this important office to the ([ SEAL) A. ':3. Thomas Smith Elms; E. Thomas IE001"Mallory Virginia C.B.Sllcox. .
eluded the following members of brat Interests of the people of Haven As Clerk of sold Court. :. Lacy Thomas, Walter .
Hv Crosby Deputy Clerk
their family: Mr. and Mrs. Ran- Starke. I have been a resident John J. Henderson Esq.. Richardson Stump: Evelyn :Thornquest Thomas: Sadie, Jennie T.Sassea -

dall Rogers New York City; Mrs. of the City of Starke for 39 years Mty.1 I'ulldla-for, Pit.Jacksonville, 8-10 Florldn 41 9-i, SearingM, Mrs r M.. Hunloe Ten v, Kilmond D.Kuth .'

Jessie and a taxpayer. Your vote and Perkins Tenly, Louise
Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Char- -- Sparks. S. K. Thompklns. Arsnla

les Bruce, Jacksonville; little Ran- active support will be greatly appreciated In Circuit Court. Hradferd. Conner.Hlorlda.1 Sllcox.: Mary Frances Thornton. Elhert Earl
I. Chancery.Samuel !Sllcox. :J. B. Thomas >f. J. ,
Lynn Grlgga/ Jacksonville on September Raplllo. plaintiff vs. Rose. Sparks Mrs. S. B.) :Thomas: A. J. Jr.
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Par. -Ben C. Holtzendorf hfnrla Raplllo.. : defendant Case No. Slmmonn.: E3. L.Sllcox. Thomas: : Susie, B, "

ker, Jr., and two children. Clay 14U.Order: of Pnhlli-atla and Notice to Mra. ,Gladys W. O.Toroolo.Thomas,, Mrss R. T.Strlnorrellnw LulaStrlnnf.llow. .

and Diane, Lake City; Mr. and FOR CHIEF OF POLICE %pl>.... dint nt Florida tot Mri. Mabel :Turner: Robert V.
lines! Maria. Haplllo. whose resllenna Simmons, Ida Thlgpen; W "L. Jr. ,
Mrs. H. C. Parker, Sr., Mr. and I hereby make my announ ? Is 800 Catherine St., Bridge Sale Mrs. Dorothy Thomatf. Den Q.

Mrs. L. A. Duncan and daughter, ment to succeed myself as Chief fort. Connecticut! Sale. Guy H. Tyus, H. K. ,
You are required to appear on Seymour, Klmabath Tvus Minnie t,. .
Pam, High Springs. of Police of the City of Starke, September 19, 1949, In the above Seymour, J. D.tltllley Thomas Delia S

Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. and I will greatly appreciate the named Court and cause, wherein, Mrs. Letla Thomas. Bernice
seeks Bradfordbounty Thomas James
plaintiff divorce. !Saute. A. F.
Leaston A. Wynn of Hampton vote and support of each and ( Telegraph shall publish Simmons T. 8. Thomas, Annie

Lake were: Howard Wallace of every' citizen in our town. I have his Order In next 4 weekly officialaealat Issues.Witness !Shull R. T. Thome D.Mr L.Thlvpen. .... Mildred
my hand and "Shull.' IIolr.'E. T. ,
Cerro Gordo N. C.; Mr. and Mra. served you for 23 years as a member Hiarke Florida this August I Stump. Lillian Thomas, Eddie.

T. E. Duncan and children, Ted of your police force two of 17. U19. Simpson Kfl.Slloox. Thomas, Mallory Jr.
oWlCIAt. REAL) A. J. Thomas, Vernon Thomas Leora
and Sue, of Gainesville; Mr. and these years as chief and have endeavored As Clerk of said Court: : Ktarltnir. H. K.StarllnK. Thomas, Lois

Mrs. S. L. Kennedy of Keystone to help every man, By:I Fanvk'nl.-..
Heights. woman, and child In our town at Vtty. for Pit 11-11114t 9-9 Sewell. W. n. Tomlinson, Joe: P,