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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-- BUILDING GOESBOOM [ End Spots Chief \Worry of Coach I: Starke Gets New MayorIn --




: As Tornadoes Begin Season On 23rd _


With only four A-Squud football (tober 29 esecnt. City I'I II '

I purlieu scheduled, for Bradford 'IA Squad I I. |
I Heated Election
Park tills season Coach November .I. Ketteilinus (1St 'i City

a .. Jimmy Hubbs Is trying to "makeIt Augustine. ) B-Squad j I'

up' to fans by bringing In November 1(1.( Palatka TJ- I

r- t three n.S'luad(0' / me" to take the Squad, I

k I piece of a fifth A game' which he Holders of season tickets both I .. _
''I led valiantly. but unsuccoss- general admission and reserved Wainwright Del eats Koberts By

,' :HI (fullv to book. Heat will b,. admitted to these B- Reserved Seats For Ail Home Games 15 Votes .Johns And Thorn-

Couth Hobbs explained that the Squad' games without additional
unusually low number of home charge, to take the place. of the ton Retain Posts

games i IH due to the fact Unit In filth\ A Squad l game that could Go On Sale Today At School] Board
"('('I'llt >"enis Starke hm had more not bit brought here. Hobbs H"ld. i Starko will have! n new mayor on October 4 by virtue

I that Its share beran.se. It could On the eve of the openingof of 15 \otra' the slim margin; by which J. K. ( Nookie)

I II offer a lighted field for night the season, and, after a month' of Reserved sent tickets for all I squad: Wainwright. nosed' out incumbent ,Mayor[ ,J. I'. (Jake) Roberta

I games However more and! more rugged training! Conch Hohbs homo football games: played by It will also entitle the, holder m tho wonl-breakini city election hold here Tuesday.

touns art aoldlnIIhtll/ ; and are feels that he has a backfield that the hIllS Tornadoes this season to u reserved aea tot nil .h.,1 The race between Roberts: and Wainwright was one of

now demanding: that r"turngam,11 "tll'kR %up with any In the Su- will go on Halo today nt tho activities" held 1 on the! nthletlc tile closest' : ever recorded: here being nip and tuck right up to

be played en their fields wnnnee* Conference, good tackles Sihool Hoard office In the couitholwei field 1. except graduation ifeerilneH the finish line. Wainwriffht tallied 57 1, while Roberta: polled!
Tho Toinadoes open their "set-' and renters; but After that the It wa announced. It wax stated. it near-mis. or 559.!)

Bon next Friday\ : September 2,1: picture fitdcH out rather alarm- Thin ticket which muni bepurchiiHed The leHrrved' Heats will bo In City I Clerk
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with mi out-of-town (game at WllliMton. inglyNot In addition to thu. rrgular it choice Hcitlon of the new! 17.10eat Carl Johns
retained
r:." .';:.. The first home /game IH only did Rraduxtlnn cut general admission .a."n. *- connote bli'aihers which MayorElectic I his position ... I'I\,
.::- with Seabreeze (Daytona ) here loime. 18 players from last year's ticket, will cost $3 (including are being rushed. In the hope tif by a com- ''of' ..

Tho scene ahote. which looks like a page torn from a |iliolo. on September 30. team but it hit the end and taxi 1 and will entitle the bearer having them ready for the first ,' for table marof ''' ,

album i>f war-torn Europe, IH not howler, the result of any Originally a home game was Ktiard posts hardest' Five Intterflankmen to a icsorved seat t lit all home home gam with Seabieezu (Uaytona '

,l bomb atomic or otherwise.It I scheduled on November .1 I as 1111 and :lour! veteran football.. games both A and" 11 ) on September:\ '' 103 .. I
for open date, but Hobl n wan unable! guard have departed leaving/ votes polling a .
storage room
the building used by Sam Rosenberg as
l Is In Stal'ke.having to fill the spot, and compromised four w..aklpots and keeping( total o f 621to '\'
his used furniture business. It is one of the older buildings by scheduling a r..turnllme/ Coach Hobbs from, getting too Funeral Friday Humphreys Official
of the as 'a :waret J 152.1 for his op-
turn century
" been constructed before the with A lachu.t(there) on December optimistic about the team's For Abb JohnsAbb Dies In New York ,
t;: house for the W B. Haynes Co. but Its age 1 Is not entirely the 2.The. I chances this Hennon. "Without experienced i p'Ine'nt LeaoiieLa tDlggII.

reason why the walt came tumbling down. revised schedule In ai fol players 8 tends and Johns 50. lifelong real- D Grant Brown, :ftfl.: vlre president I- \ .;::1Will.

i According to Mr. Rosenberg. railroad crw had recentlycleared lows: I guards' we'll be. lucky to break dent of Starke died maidenly of the Humphreys Gold (lD11y".l.\ :: J ,t

out the llt<.hes along the main line of the Neuhoard, Btn Sept 21: Willlston. There even: he commented. Thursday Sept. 8. at bin home Jackson young Itelwt l
-. they cut t< orl I 30 -. Seabreeze Here "Not only are UIOHM spot Corporation. died Friday September ,
In the foreground of picture ahc"p. In doing Sept. here as. the result of a limit at- Starke business man and newcomer
.M. ... to the foundation of the biillilkng, Mr. Kose .b..rg wild', pointIng j II Oct 7 1'nliitka Hole weak but we lack good receivers n, In a New York City lionpltal .1't: to politics, led the ticketIn

out that he protested. to the section foreman at the tin,,'. Oct. II 1 -- P. 1<. Yonge/ for I Maxell's passes and our' kickIng tnck.He was born in Slarke on Sept following n heart attack .J- tho 7-wuy Council race witha

Rosenberg decided that he would reinforce the foundationwith Gainesville. Is below par Hobbs added 6, SilO, the son of the late !Mark suffered while on a vacation visit | total of All/ I votes. Jle will
Mr. and the morning that the wall came tumbling Oct. 21 Alachun Here. Starke. .won Its only two conference and Annie Strickland Johns) Hi with relatives In that city take his seat. on the city governing -
cement block on i. 4
Oit. 28 Nexvbcrry Here last y"j" but wits ..
games r.
was a member of the !\Ietht>dlstChul'ch. body with Its first meetingIn
worknran. Albeit Mercer was engagedIn !Mr. Brown directed the! cooporatlon's --- :
last Monday a ti
down Nov. 11 Lake Bt'lr ThereNov not eligible for thi. championshipbecause a veteran of World War October
work. Mercer stated that a long freight/ train load'dwIth mining operations nt :i .
this repair 18 Lake City Th..reNov. It did not play thn requited \
of Amcilcnnlegion
1 and member "
a beach road r-- Incumbent Paul 1...
that shortly Its plant on the near Bridges wasreturned
10 o'clock and
rock: went over the track about 23 Green Cove Theas.Dee. I number of games to be Post 36.
Jacksonville and nlsn nt the Trail to the Council for another
he heard a cracking noise and jumped to safety 2 Alachuu There.The in line for the crown. Ilowever.
after It passed It Is be- Besides his mother. he it survived I Ridge mine on the Camp. nlllni term\ being "second, high,
brick.
Injured by the falling three B-Squad games to the Tornadoes have the needed .w.I.
barely In time to escape being t by a brother Allen Johns, | ding/ reservation east of !Btarke.' man In the field! of seven, with a
of the long freight, together with the he played In Bradford I'ark are number of loop opponents to be I
vibration
lieved that the and a sister !Mil' Errol!: Alvarez. An engineer: by profession Mr. total of &3I$ votes
building to split. as follows: In the running for 19ID.
wall of the
caused the rear
weakened foundation, all of Starke. Also nIece, !Mrs In Jacksonville
I a Brown had resided Chief of Police W. E. (Kbb)
R. ttalnu right
Char-
The structure Is owned by Mr. Kc.senberg's. son-in-law, -- R.V.. ]McGuIro of Orlando. off and on for a number of Thornton, was re-elected to another -

lew KAHenberg. of Tallah.It ...-. I i Lions Win 1711In Funeral services were held in years. Ills home was at lint: : two-yenr term his, totalof
It Is to rebuild the building at a cost 6Urft .''I. the DeWItt C. Jones Chapel Fll- Boulevard School
was stated that planned WEl .-'j1mR1 Ortega Growth Of 619! votes being more than tho
estimated at several thousand dollars. It Is not known yet what ...:..:.. :;jji:::::::::::: Non-League Tilt clay a ttPl noon at 3 o'clock with Ho wait a member of the F.pls-, combined totals cast for his twt

settlement If any. will be made with the railroad. Mr. Rosenberg :! j : \ Tuesday NightThe ftev J, R Hill officiating. Intel copal Church, the FloiUlu Yacht And Band DiscussedAt I opponent

estimated the damage to his used furniture stock at several hundred : .I ) men t was In Santa Fa Cemetery Club Tinmquana Country Club, Rotary Meeting !i i The scene at the City Hall

dollars. He had Just recently spent $PflO, In having the roof recondition : : ..... .... Sta rile Llonn defeated the near Hampton.Methodist Ponte Vedra Club tho Masons i Tuesday as 1,180) voters crowdedthe
.. ....:... .. ............ ..-A Church League All-Stars 17-11 and the Shrine. H" was a vet P R.: Adclhelmer, new principal -
he said. I : :::::::: ::: : poll, was something new for
I on the local. diamond Tuesday Church eran of World War I and was a of the Sttnrku olvmentitry city elections. In Starke The
I II VERSOS DAVID SILCOX. .III., night Attendance wan poor because of Ohio State Unlveriity. school and) Carl Roberts high
t graduate total vote cast was 80 percentof
'. W. M. Scruggs Headi I Levy Prairie Issue I' Mr.,.and Mrs. Vernon D. Silcox of competition from the The' revelation of Jemit\ to si'tiiiol j band instructor were the 1.IM10 qualified, and walt

Industrial Arts To Be DecidedAt I of Starke announce the birth ofa ., city election. where a large crowd be found In history In the deeper Funeral services were held 1 In guest speakers at the Rotary 400( more than the previous rec-
New gathered around the poll. Club. In-
Wednesday discussing
of the human heart And
son. Vernon David Silcox Jr., purpose Jacksonville Monday afternoon, ord of 73 Course At BHS Sept. 19 MeetingAt Mitchell Brown handled the in the truth about God. The ser- terostlng, phases of their work nt
Interment In
on Thursday.. Sept. 13. In St. pitching aHsignment for Starke., moo subject. for Sunday morning with EvergreenCemetery. the school. I I|election of 19 IT,

w. M. Scruggs, Jr.. of Monti. a meeting to be held In Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville. striking out 12 visiting butters. will be, "The Kovclatlcm: of, Mr. Adelnelmcr hi'lefly re-I A line was waiting to vote A.*
I Tallahassee on Monday, Septem-'r rI The Lions will play their last the polls opened at 7 am, and
Mrs. iJe"
graduated Before her Silcox
cello who has Just marriage I U8. viewed the history of the public'
ber 19, the State Came and league game against Mandailn Jack Pot Winner voting continued In a steady
from. the University of Florida i la I Commissionwill was Miss Patsy Roberts of Law A German woman bn'ilnJ' tin, i I nchixil. lii-re from the time It w.."
Fresh Water Fish I on the local field Sunday afternoon Htrunin, without let-up! until closing
Arts Instructor at teyJANKT. Iron curtain after receiving two !Mrs Rdward: I F I ',pfttiitillshpd In 188-1 with one fir- '
the wits
Industrial take action on proposedban The /game was previouslyset PhlllipH / time at 7pm. The big night
ford High School for' of motors duringthe fish through her church fromoverseas winner at thn DI\Y'' 'iilty member, Pro (leo rNoriin'v
ad County of the Appreciation
Bi use : LYNN I'ERKYMAN" for last Sunday% but was lescheduled. of the day cain after 5 p.m"wh..n
said, "We are nut for- 'r in ihnrgi' of I hut entilei I I
.
the coming school year. duck hunting season onLevy's drawing 'p'lInMtl"y' nern..n.1 workers the
Mr. and !Mrs Kmmett 1 KPerrymnn I.I I. just off job.1II'I'al'11 ,
Rotten we are not forgotten"There \ ', "IKIII, ). tf> I hit present lime when
the I I five ticket t, she
of Prairie.At Holding .
He was the recipient a percent at the polls, causing
Jr, of Bethlehem Pit,
,
that I I 1.11.1: students enrolled th,1 I
two degrees. Bachelor of ScienceIn present air boats are prohibited the birth of I are Home things we was a winded. $17 I In trndicou, r / during HID waiting line to stretch almost
announce a daughter:
Education and Bachelor of but many sportsmen have Lawtey Junior Hi must not foigct/ last we hoC rJesus pons The names of Ll/.rli" I Hall 'first week of the new term | half a block.
Janet Tuesday -
Lynn on September '
the indicated kickers ban- I Defeat siiy "Innxmui' an, yn did It and Griffin weie called, Mr Adelheinier staled that
Science In Agriculture( on they want : 11.: !Mr Perryman IK the Brooker George "It's the first time I ever lm l
Also ned also. Preliminary not unto one of the leant of but they were not present Next I the: hoot's.. (I rat Rrinliiiitln/f. t i i I
Commencement program. aigumentj I son of Judge and Mrs K:. K. to wait In line at a city election
I I Both teams these ye did It not unto me Itattthere Chest will limn In 181)11) had two members,
at th. University he completed In the matter was heard at a l'err '",,8n of Starke.Recent of the I Lnwtev week the Treasure top p < ," was the comment frequently -
394 credit hours :30 more than meeting of sportsmen held In i iKevstone Junior High School won vktorl.'sover are some tiling. that t w. t.il $1S721. ,I<:'luuUo A Ivat cit: and C'oiiiclht. heard.No .

needed for the two degrees and : Heights recently The I births at Shadycrest Brooker Junior high on the! would do well to forffet The I I 1"'I'k (now ]Mrs F. I I. Long' / )

aveiHged "B" grades in all his Commission took the matter tinder I Hospital were: Luwtey field last week sermon subject for Sunday evenIng St11I.tlt; : B\rusr' j\' ,viiereuiu. last ynar t tint giudiiatliiglas rleur-rtit Issues were Involved .

work. advisement at that time. i Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sweat of The Lawtey gill> defeated the will be, "Jo'ot getting Yester had, 81 I members to account for tho record-

Sciuggs, a former Captain and The September 19 meeting has1been Ralford a girl on September 9. visitors 7-6 and much credit. In day." Four ,r.ew members" will be Imp-1 I Svvcriil m-vy iluiMrooni, Of nn breaking! bnllotlng, I AlthoughStIlI'IIO'1I
with the 8th AAF. called especially for the I due Betty Norman tile pitcherfor All r"lular'tmlnjl' service begin tl/ed at the New Itlvcr Hllptl'tlr! ,iltrn-nioilern, type are now Iwlngiinsliiii recently acquired parkIng -
E-17 W. C. Rhode of
pilot Mr. and Mrs.
been active In campus political purpose of reconsidering the extentle.1 I I Lawtey a* not. a single at 7:30.: Church Sunday morning lit 1 141'f' 'I < ted for tine by (lie rletii'iiturv meter may have been an
IMS 11Mr
I and fraternal affairs while quail season granted to Starke a boy on September Brooker player was walked during The Youth Fellowship! meets at o'clock. They are Misses JacHU.iliMe :- ,' ",whiml which will purlully "undercover" Issue, no candidate.

student.In certain northwest Florida plan. I' and Mrs. Q. W. Well of I the entire game. 6:30: Sunday evening. P.oime. Mary L. Andrews ( relieve t thn <'ongt.Htl"n In ran on a definite for-or-against-

u he tatlons and which has aroused Hampton, a boy on September The Lawtey boys trounced Sunday School l begins lit 0.15; find. MI' and Mrs Guy 1'mflnli !'i ho first eight gradm: (he s|>'ik. 'meters platform. In the opinion
student government was considerable adverse public opln- It. Brooker 25-3. Ed Oriffls started Sunday morning. There la a The biiptlNntal I ..prvlcIV III be' ,,r SfiMMr 'nf[ must observers, the big vote U:

Chairman of the All-Student ion. | Mr. and !Mm. E. W. Hall of as pitcher for Lawtey. and das. for you. held nt the usual plate the ] Koheitu reviewed, his work I Recounted, for. by thc! growth of

Tarty and Secretary of 1918-49$ VeteransAVf1LIUS was Hampton a boy on September was relieved by Randall Martin You are Invited to corns and mill! furant. on the Moody. Htev- I v lith I the Ip,nol, which he hnl)"" In I'i Htitrne In recent years and the

and during 11. and A. Q. Smith worship with "". InN turn. I!'I(ii, I Fiict that th"revo" a spirited
Piwt Commander; District Commander New Bookkeeping | |i Ii live' whipped i into Shlll"| In time I
contest for every. office on the
for I HIH first home rlnlhall, me I
and on the State Executive Service Will Be : "ni' !'Sipt .'10. I Ha ntnted that gui he I I ticket end' many of the candiditesliml !
American
the
of
Committee I
Sanitarians Convene Here Tour Mine made
Legion Offered Here arrived here on .Inly' I to begin concerted efforts to
u-uik wild the (Undents ami ntthnl I net: new votem, to qualify nnd

He has also been president of I LouH K. Dean formerly of ,, I lime. only seven imported. fur I then get them out to" the polls.

Lamb-la Chi Alpha. social fraternity Ncvv York will open a tax consultant Members of District Three. liniid, iirnrtlci I Thi-ro are now nn Tuesday' '' Pur onnhtlcs, rather

: a member of Kappa Del- I and bookkeeping service "'IoridlA."oclation. of Sanitarians rrnllt11\ to II.' Hindi-tit. out for, I than Issues, seems it) have been

ta 1'1. education honorary scholastic office Monday at 120 S. Walnut met here Saturday morning, bund with a pl'iylng unit nf u- I Ihe main fi
\ fratE'mltyIorld": BluaKey. Street. : Inspected Staike's'' model $85.000 rininil I I ,''lif: I hit lust,'astnr suld I the big vote

honorary leadership dance fraternity Mr. Dean has had many years I.sewage disposal plant and climaxed "\Vn are working); .day nndinelit It win almost 2:30: am. before
; Cavalicis. society: of experience in this line of workin their visit with a tour of ; tfi hitve II hnnd In readiness, t: red election offlcl, completed

Industrial Aits Club: Chalk nnd New York. Some time ago he the Trail fUdge Ilmemtc Mine. t$ .rfI' I I'll a ofifiihig I Cut I hut. football Hfiti their tallying and went horn.
Kroner Club education society: .
and Mrs Dean decided that they Beginning! the day's program ...'I i: II Ir' Knhnrta' sa i'i' "and with I f Following Is the unofficial
and Klnck and Hrullc, agriculturesociety \ would like to come to Florida. and |Iin tlc Legion/ Hall at If) a.m theI # I the, "I..I.'hll.t I ) I tots shown hv I Ih..j oiint us announced by jeeps, -

sHe I live and after stopping In Starke I Kiting "sanitarian, were welcom. Hlnit, ...iilM" I 1'II..v.I| we, cpus doit torn:
in married and han U.o several times with intermittentvisits ed by County Commissioner E L. ( r ,I' I'or :Ma.tor Tno'Par*

(!liughtcT" I to other cities In the state Crawford and Dr. A. Y Coving- I 1',' Minted'' flint,, nt Ih,' beginning, I J. It. Wainwright :.171.t \
'ton. Bradford County health: offleer. .' 1'. linberta. B59
they decided that this was "a I III i" si" II lull the bdlld' Wnillil.
Utilities To Be Off nice little town" and returned Then followed a discm ," i unite .."lrtH111.1 troiimrntli liar (ll) < l.-rk," 2 \i-urt

here to make their home. sloan of Starke's sewage disposal hnnd, i upH hilt It Is hopedrhttt f'arl Johns 28K.

Short While SundayIn I At the present time the Deans system by Jack Trnwlck sanitarian I i otitN, "enn Ije purthused lur- :. L. III ga. Jr. 521for :

Northwest Stance are stopping at the Starke Motor Kssoclated'
Court until they cnn find a ultible unit who described It an nne of Doth! xpi. ,iker left one nmln. < 1 ewr.

B S. Johns. superintendent of apartment the best in the state for any ''i'i ,tpreiKion.. on I their audience Wm ( Billy) Jackson SI I

the City Light & Water Plant. town of comparable size ''h, I I :itHl' Ie""' IMS, it It,","'.I 1 SLhnol arit'iinp P.iul. I,. Dildgps :A31riwo

announces that water service will Rites SaturdayFor The plant was const rue-ted! under { Hi-hoiil, .anti I nne that Is n Flynn ... .. 337It
be off Sunday morning. September the public works program I I. I("I I 11.1 l I tit a, heroine' VPII greatert J (Homey) Andrews 21 *

18, In the northwest part of Mrs. FutchMrs. during the early days of the war .. ., expitrinioii' pri>|tritin eonI I Al K Carlisle 131: I

town In order to move a fire i nt a cost of $83,000: In federal and nun" < i I''W. _M Kdward-i: .... .. It*
plug at the corner of Washington Virginia Futch 8:;. widow : lo<*nl funds, Tra'wlck salil. The -- : : ''ft. l K: Spark .... .... 115 ''J..

and Temple Avenue. of George L. Futch. died In' II .city has Just completed' 3.0OO .., .....:: :w. '," :1'.i-::",. Biggs & Baker Win I'.... ('iii..? nf Pi.llio
Starke hospital Friday morning, i i '.. ,
., Electric service will be off In feet nf new sewer line giving a --.q rt Two \ *
this same area Sunday afternoonin September. after a brief \Ill total of around 9 miles within : operation( Is re-rlrculated. being assistant xuperintendent arranged (' -1 :.s Softball Title W E Thornton ... 619

order to move electric lines ness. '| the city-limit's, he pointed out. I'I'F ,{ 'used over anti over so that thereIs for a demonstration| of the ,,> I: In ,I Bon C Holtzendorf 372 ,
Mrs. Futch was born In Baker 1 no dmpcwtl problem and consequently patented spiral by which i City LeagueA 1 UJ.
on Washington St. !.. F O'Neal sanitary engineer process r _? : K: F Miles "t" .. o,..
County, August 28. 1861, and was j with the State Duard. of I no iontatnlnation, of the heavy mineral are recovered. : --
:, A linker won the championtrip -
These changes are necessitated a member of the> Methodist; 'other streams. I I from the sand of the Camp Blan 4.
Health addressed the
by the new street paving now group: at 4 h;: title In the Bennett To Speak
Church. For a number of years I the noon luncheon which was Following the luncheon the ding reservation. This part of r I ball r"'lIu: by defeating Natlnn-I I
under way An Washington St. she had made her home with a held! In the Pelican Club. Mrs. 'visiting sanitarians were takenn the program was In charge of J. : al riuar'l) the best tjvo out of I And Confer With

daughter in Lawtev. I'[ONeal, had been assigned by the I a tour of the mine as guests C. Dftweit, Humphrey's chem $ '1 : three Public SaturdayRep .

GIRL SCOUT NEWS Surviving' are four daughters Board to study and work with officials It)t officials of the duPont and let The!' decisive game walt played .. ..,

Mrs. Beulah Revels. Lawtey; of the Trail Ridge mine In I Humphreys companies. T h ft J. If Carpenter Humphrey's : Saturday night when D & U won j Charles B. Bennett wilt

Miss Oleeta Creen, assistant Mrs. VV. P. Smith. Palatka; Mrs. solving problems that might arise I I motorcade was conducted to the engineer, gave the visitors a ,. Jj"l' I ".3 over the Guardxnnen. Biggs speak briefly In Starke at 1 p.m. 4-
leader conducted the Girl Scout R. O Lanier, Miami; and Mrs.B. in the disposal of wastewater nine site by W. B. Johnson du of the .
I' graphic picture separation I &: Fldkrr remained behind for the I II Saturday September 17 and at 'i
afternoon.The M. I ;
meeting Wednesday Cunter
West
Palm Beach
; from the dredging opera I Pont f Industrial engineer and tipm process by use of scale models first four Innings but managed the same time will btl glad to receive \
girls are planning to go on and one son, E. M. Futch of Law tion. C arrival there the delegates. of electrostatic and) '' : '
j magnetic sep to tie the score In that any suggestions or requestsfrom .
a camping trip Friday through tey. | Mr. O'Neal stated that the I t leard a general discussion of the I') arators. They were then taken V 'a'r. I I then gained a lead with constituents who have not .;

Saturday. It will be a junior and Funeral services were held In I first plan to channel this wastewater ; r fining operation by II. L. Mortan -' through the dry mill and on to runs In the sixth. Frick fourth'j had the opportunity to see or "

senior. trip. The girls spent most the DeWItt C. Jones chapel Sat. Into Alligator Creek would : Jr of the duPont Company I the wet mill and dredge.At "tU H.'t'" V. Manltary Consult- the pitching assignment write to him In Washington.

of the afternoon playing game urday afternoon at 4 o'clock with I have soon contaminated the, lakes f Although the mine U shut j th. conclusion of the tour, .inI ulllt (the Main Hoard oil I winner, while Burroughs I Kep. Bennett ,will speak: briefly

and .playing with "Junior", our Rev. Winter Glddings. pastor of ; fed by this stream and consequently J Iowa at the present. time for'' cold drinks were served) In the Health. ua'. ono of the promln-1' the mound fQr National Guard. In com down town location following

pet t'sod spider. the Lawtey Baptist Church officiating. the practice was abandoned t he Installation of additional duPont office, and each visitor eel offliluN attending, the dlt- I The first game In tho playoff which ha will have conference .

,Scribe Sue Epperson AL Interment was In tha i At the present time the e'quipment C J. Baitedo. super. was given a sample container of 1Id t ftunltarlunt meeting here was won by Blggt it Baker bya with anyone wishing to

Florence Brown. Lawtey Cemetery. I water being used In the mining 11 ntendent, and W J. Slprelle. llmenlte. lait Hatunluy scorer 9-1 take up soma matter with him.r .




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PAGE_ _T\'O. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEQRAPII. STARKE, FLORIDA 7":;


Bradford County Telegraph! BRANCH Clay nil') Hill and recently Harry Padgett, EugBJI (went Ver- Drivers Licenses I i cen"3."" .Where---the operation of( a I-Iy No.meetings 70 Is hpld.sponsored The Cub by Pack St. rllt'r Tone for Dellle only $60 Portable(lax taclutbed Type. I

LONG New
last :week to pick up the load of Now On Sale; motor vehicle ia merely a convenience Mark' Episcopal Church, ). Regular price $$1.2'J Ideal.

ESTABLISHED 1878 E L MATTHEW OWNlu.EDITOlthbu.b. Ily 1'lr. J. L "lrlt'J
.... Every'; Friday Eateroll Beooadt1..r cut when Ben wall fatally bitten, charge of his duties' /I dls-I Hu'n ('II.tN'E: to get Bradford. (bmty
Matter at the Peat .. at Slarke, F1a. Elgin Padg..tt has installed S and they found six hogs dead The office of County Judge E. Ilcen" is not requir..d. For NUN'S It..mlnJrt..n 'ffI\ T..Kra&I"h.MICHIGAN .
deep freeze and an electric re- all snake bitten. The boys cut K Perryman began Issuing the ample: a person who la employed 1& braswl. new
frigerator In her little store Shedoes 4 tree on a large rattler and new 1940 Florida driver'a licensee for the purpose of solicitation OJ"
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MEMBER ((3)) were too scared to try to kill it
; a big business to b. IO far last week. The 1949 II- orders or collection of accounts RANCH-
ran for Eugltn and Dave Tan- .
chauf.I T
be renewed hold
--"P from town and not on a hard- I. Ct'n8es may during Is not required to a
$2.o Annually' For Six 8fmtba1ELB151ONCS surfaced road nero Dave killed the Inake. Lit September without a penalty. (reur' license. ,
I Saturday Lunnle and Hardy Pad- ST.UtKE OS ROUTE
Notification ot the to i MILES ooo"ftl: ot' : 100
The Clay Hili school haM a fell ran Into another rattler following I Everyone I" urged cooperate 3
: ('OMINOIn > nice new gal range In the cafe- NhiJe cow hunting, and they kill. changes in policy have been received I. with the County Judge and I
I by Judge Perryman from the Drivers' License Division by en
teria. It IN much more conven-
the immediate tutur a levlalon alation at Jacksonville ld it, too.
Ient than the wood stoves they the state department: renewing licenses early this year >
will start telecasting a test program, 10 be followed shortly with en. I We wonder how know
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have been IIlIlng. The schoolhouse many 1. Special Challtt..ur' Licenses Avoid standing In line and waiting 2
tertaunmernt programs, moving picture, sports events, news I also has electric lights Installed. :hat the first person burled In will 110 longer be issued to any by getting that 1950 license a
euVhat'a television like? Remember the first time you reelN'1 This is a great help, Gong Branch Cemetery was bit- person except those under 18 early in September. o 0
radio and the thrill you received? TOil have another thrill ,.for despite the numerous win- :en by a rattlesnake and died years fJf age .who drive a motor -U 4 to
h see you first .see tel vholon. dows, the class rooms were very within 40 feet ot where she was vehicle while in use a. a public CUB SCOUT NEWS _
burled. She was also w n
Frat; time we saw It was at the World's Fair at fo'iullhlnlC' Long dark on cloudy days, and the a Padgett or common carrier ot persons or j i .1
and Jived north ot the
141: d. N. Y. It was really a stunt program, you merely saw the pupils found it difficult to study. I While she. and her two cemetery. property Those persons now Fourteen new cuba Joined the L&J ::c '
Even II we are In the back-woodll I daughters holding special chauffeur lIcense Q BItINO Tilt: ENTIRE: : f1
pee e standing outside the little buildirg you were In. And its were picking huckleberries ranks ot Cub Pack No. 70 at a
our children should have some of to operate buses, taxicabs, trans- .".UIII_" TO DINE en
81 t too Impreaal\e. But the next time really stirred u" up the conveniences( the town chile one day she left the dog with far trucks, etc" will receive a parents meeting held Tuesday CLE.1N CAFE
ont
IN
':e had been trying, to get tickets to the rmy.Notre Dame dren have.'e all appreciate the children and took her gun regular chauffeur license In evening at 8 o'clock In St Mark'lI

f, at .11 game and flnlOUy after hard trying located a pair of tlckelll these. advantages. and crossed. the branch to where 1950 unless they are under 18 Parlllh House, according to Jack -

a $. r eae-h. But reason prevailed and we were resigned to missing Rev, Jim Strickland has his the cemetery i. now She wu years ot ag. Trawick, cub master.
so long that the
gone be-
girls
tl1 ame, when a friend Invited ua to see the game on his television corn crop harvested, all in the 2. Where the dillies or occupa- A training meeting for den
came uneasy and went home and
sei, That game was a thrill never to be forgotten. A tight/ game, crib. He has the best crop In told their father. The men of tion ot a person are such that mothers will be heM on Thurs- ANNOUNCING OPENING !
w tr both teams reluctant to open up, it ended a scoreless tie, but 15 years and says It Is due to the neighborhood started a they cannot be assumed without day evening, Sept. 22. at 7:30: o'-

wsw it on televielon Months later ,,'e bought a ,set and then having the weeds and trash cut search and after they crossed. the use, and operation or a motor clock In St. Mark's Pariah House

eta .""oj a long list of eXCiting programs brought right Into our home I and plowed under last fall.Bev. the branch they found her gun vehicle, a chauffeur's license IS with the Rev, B. E. Simmons, from
L\ 18 magic or television. Percy Knight/ tells ua and pail where she had dropped requIred. For example: a person Scout District Commissioner, aa Due to many requests our

I'fng.) football, racing, moving pictures., plays, cooking It'S- that he has resigned the pastor. them A few feet further on hired to sell and deliver bread, Instructor.A .
I ate ot the Long Branch Church they found her. The snake had loft drinks, etc.. could not perform second general meeting will will
..0'newa events, chlldrens program, science pcturell. Interviews old customers, we open our
I bT ause he has tull.tlme work bitten her on the upper lip, evidently the duties for which he ia be held on Thursday September
with "big" names, discussion groups or. In short, just about the I I
at the Whltehouae Church where aa she stooped over to employed without the use ot a 29. at the same hour and place.
same programs that radio had been bringing to our homes, but with ;he hu been than motor vehicle, cub
pastor longer pick b..rrlea. Her husband put and will be re- Following this meeting the Curing Plant onOCTOBER
the mportant exception that you SAW what happened with your here. We do not know yet who a wild cherry tree at the foot quired to hold a chautfeur's 11- dens will be organized and weekI -

r "yes I has been called to Long Branch. or her grave and requested that .....
Television sets are atlll relatively expensive (although not for .. .lltrs. Walter Lang returned to he be buried by her Thla was 1st
-ntertalnment they bring) they are simple to tune, they will i'I Lutz after a brief visit with home about 1820, and from then on the I

r rule receive programs telecast from distances up to 75 mile, rolka.I ground around their graves wa CREWS SERVICE STATION

ar.d installation .n your home is not Involved. I I Uncle LI.h Lang continues used as a burying ground. The
I very weak and unable to be up 1 first log church Wall built about
With the of television to Bradford County another milestone -
coming
le7o Reduced Price
land around very much. Sinclair Gas & Oils Special :
will be met. For it Is another step In knitting the country Mrll Gertie fo"alrcloth Is at
closer together and offering farmers something which until the
home again but Is so weak she
advent of radio had been .sadly lacking entertainment after long has to stay in bed most of the WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING Per Pound
PINE 2Ihc
hours ot l'ard work, -- S. J. McGarvey. time. LEVEL EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS

hir rind Mra. :1'nle: Padgett 1Sf' Met, H. M. McRMrs. -
Goodrich Tires Tubes & Batteries
1I1flLY;! P.UIJ 1'1F.SSfNC.F.n: BOY moved to Jacksonville last week. ,

What are the duties or the presidential military advisor? Genrral Our little Sunday School at I H. M. McP.ae la still at TEMPLE A"E_ OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL Either Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt Cure
Vaughan has slated that he never took any money from big the Mission Station of LongBran..h the home of her daughter Mra.

businessmen for hlm elf. Ue was merely the messenger. / boy who Church Is holding up Alien Hall, In Jacksonville. Mr. Same We Have
Competent Operators
carried campaign donations from businessmen to the campaign well In attendance. Each Sun- Hall la much Improved since last .
rhairman. A basic principle of our judicial system. Is that a mania day we learn a lesson. from the weeks report. He will have to
Bible and how to It to Had For The Past Five Years
just apply WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE
b. that
innocent until he Is proven guilty Vaughan must given remain In the hospital two more
Individual Jives. There III
benerlt. However, Is it not fitting that tNe question. his value as a our week. Mr It M. McRae and
room for all ,who wish to attend. We are moving our }'ishIarket: from the Depot
Mr. and Mr. A., R. McRae and
military advisor to the President If, by his own statement, he thinks
Why not come and see just what son, Buddy, were visiting the to the market formerly known as The :Magnolia
of hun elf a. a politician' messenger boy? The United States Malta we are doing here? Our preach- Also Private Lockers All The Year -
are certainly capable ot carrying a check from any businessman. to I IHI Ing service at the Mission Station HallM SundRY aftt'rnoon. Fish :\Iarket. We will carry the same line of Fish

campaign manager. was well attended Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neugent and Seafoods at this new location.COLEMAN'S .
In times such as these, when we all know with what dlaaatrouaaudd night, with the largest congrt'ga- and three children, Paul Jr.,
Donnie and Diane of New York Starke Ice Co.
-nness another war could start, It would boo comforting to feel I lion In a long time. There were

that our military advisor was completely immersed In hit. sp'clflc i two conversions Eugan Pad.g.tt are .vllllting Mr. and Mrs.Mrll.'' Neugent's Jimmy Star-par.cots. FISH MARKET I
and his daughter, Lavina
job. ling. Mra. Neugent will be
remembered -
President Truman hu been quite frank about who shall get his Lang. They will be baptized as Miss Vera Lee Star- Call Street Starke, Fla. PHONE 12
September 18, at 2 o'clock In the
herds in the pork barrel. We all know that almost of necesaity, the ling
creek at the old ford below
II built votes and rewards but If ,we lone sight of .
party system upon Strickland' hou..e.. They will be Mr. A J. Fendel and children --- ----------
the Ideal "the best man for the job", we are looking for t.'ouble. h feltowshlpped Into the Long/ visited her mother, Mn. R.L. .
General Vaughan In his position because he la the man with theIreat..t Branch Church on September 2i.: Batten in ''I'herelllla Sundsy.
I. he there because he has frlt'nds Mite. McRae had
military knowledge, or It seems we have more .snaked Shirley 81
wino contribute generously to campaign funds. than we cnn manage around dinner guests Sunday Misses
Vonnie and Marion Crawford ot
Hellbronn and Mist Hazel 3outherland .

of New River. 1I' .
Miss Barbara Ritchie of Starke 1
spent last Tuesday nIght with I

Miss GwenlJolyn McRae.Mr .
and Mrs. Robert Myrick
and daughter] Kathy, spent Sun- {
day at Lake Geneva visiting !Mrs.Sue Valuable'r
Never fJ-U.)" JJtdore YOll T-R.}" lIIyrlck, >u 7c0
Mr and 1\1 rll. William Moss
and children have moved back to
this section from( Alachua.Mr. .
and Mrs. Russell Thoma"
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and family visited Mr. Thomas'
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parent, Mr. and Mrs. Herman r
Thomas of Rising Last Thursday

niltht. lTizes
Mrs, Robert Starling and chile f
dren spent part ot last week
visiting/ her slater, Mrs. R. C.

Cannon ot Rainbow Ranch near vvvx rw -.
YOUR JJJONEJ"S {WORTlJ OIl YOUR MONEY BraCI! Palatka. She was accompanied
I home by her mother Mrs. Viola
THESE & M.ANV MORE: nROnv: 4l MIAT: "1'f'I.\L14: SEE JAM P.PER4 I Cheahl..r, h srif

SPECIALS }'lUnA Y & SATlIlUM. HEPTEMHEU 16 & 17 A large number or people from '
I this section attended the revival I 'x

Hunt's PEACHES No. Can 21e !at! Corinth reported Baptist enjoying last week.Iv..ryone the.
21// - - services. very mue-h.

Little Roy Thom, son of 1\1''


I r i4ott's Assorted JELLY, 12 oz. jars, 2 for 25c :and I\rs.Saturday his Russell 5th, September birthday Thomas anniversary 3. celebrated The-- Rk '00000 r

I Ilrmour's three tiered cake was banana

\ SHORTENING 3 lb. 4ge rur"R', and the topping white
pkg. - :with, pink rose bud. Around the CAR-SAFE.TY

cake a spread Jr fern and pink

VET'S DOG. FOOD 4 Tall Cans - - 25ct :rose rifts! bllLl"the Blessing After Ray was opened BAked his by x .f

hit three year old brother, Leon, CONTEST
I then cake. cookies and colorful

t hick Frozen Colonial Sliced Strawberries, lb. pk. 25c ;.rvel.rated mint .andy at"hls hume and occasion cold with drinks was just were cell'-the s n


amity present.

Golden BANANAS 3 Pounds for 25c r
Ripe - :-- -- -- \ J.7 1(25



I fresh TOMATOES Pound Carton -15c Shoes Repaired HIRE'S ALL.. ..'dooCU.o"IIEW FORDS
- ASY' YOu DO. Air'n'keo V.e" FO

5 and )art 1.

Fresh Danish CABBAGE, Per Pound - 5c WIIILJ-.U.WAIT 8 'n"\ yOUr free car to contest us, for entry a free blank,of.ty and checkup free safety 5 "E..", 'QRD Or.drirgne''';"eomp4ls" '. INIIITS .wo/llirp Redet/ ; .,



RED TOKAY GRAPES, Per Pound - lOc New Low Prices! get in,"" !5 your ma, wardsor for your! less Cof.cobs, on and,the trucks entry should blank b.comple'e safety_' to .s.lId""ofe oOyb:.MSit OUly FOIfO Aie'MOd.8;,1 F'Cpi S.,Soar oil mint oRUCKS

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.. Ihis because
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Sol. $1 50 Y checked, perwdicolly (airily I on yOU' Con/yf, Enhy: ""a; ,:wh; OI>>Oonoju: PP.4dwrh i Rg.rnthBox :
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SPARE RIBS Pound 2ge 'I..n' address Con'es'' 0
r Western ( and 23 .
Meaty - I Y our name os0 ty Your _$1.000 n4.. p rlly p/"Ix.s 10 ,h:d's .
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Print it ca
mail i ? iOA
and fcr nr.
2'; U for
blank
Y entry midru9M, ;g $ s' "IIC
Roll 1I,1t Solesumrn's $1 00 HeadqJart'a'; postmark lover than : $ .U, $$0"9' B ;
Pure BUTTER Pound 57e "0.
Creamery - (N ) < entry oct b"';31', 1949. in occor dal\Ce wish rule --$. (U.l. S$. !0"9."'nlgj9 80Id"d.ndada

awarded -
PIG FEET & HOG MAUL Pound lOc I.lldie (Lift: 2.ic up / prises will be the of( clot entry blank. sOP, Land
- - let for'h' on .

HIIOfS SIll lm

Fresh Sliced LIVER Pound 2ge .\T
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Fresh BEEF LIVER, Pound - - 4ge STARKESHOE ,I FREE REFLECTOR INSIGNIA 1ARtjT rAr



FRYERS Dressed-Drawn Pound 4ge REPAIR
Ga. Shipped ANDREWS MOTOR Co.

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Madison
ROAST Pound 39c .\..,...... SL form Park Theatre & Adams Sts. Starke, I'la.r .
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 19-18 BRADFORD' COtTSTTT TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLORIR P.1C.K THR

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for the coming year took place... so began classes last Tuesday I three mOil t h.. Eiland of Sebring and Mr. and 1 At Stnrk. Florld.l, this Ausunt 'II. 1141! Court anil cause, wherein plaintiff

I Keystone Heights Those elected are: Pres., Dulcey About 23 students necesititated nR'n I (tK I'.I4T'Mrs. Mrs. Al Perrln of Green Cove I! 31 ph ,'t'i 1849.. ti AT. $...:.\1.) A. .7. Thi.mnn. ctFFLI'f.tt." SEA('lurk.. ,) of A until.1.. ThnmtlliAn "Court, 1. Tolmrnph nerk. rtlvnr shall<-.. publish Ilrn.lfnrrt this County 0"1'In

Brown; Vlce-Pres., Michael Red- the use of a separate bus for Springs. A M I cii-ik of xitld o.nrtPy l"y llnvxn 'ronby I.. ('. next four weekly IHHUHII' "
\V H. Redfearn entertained Haven Croiiby, D. C.I..i '1'. Frank .IjiM.lriiin, Btnrke FI..rl.ll1.11) Wllneim I my hand and:: official\
fearn; Sec.. Ann Vance; and Keystone Heights girls and boys. .i.'ho J I lli-iul.ru' "Ii. K:.n... IllrharilNon .\ fur I'lf. DU" altIn sep55 l nt Mtarku, Flotilla. thin Alit t
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with delightful -
By l\11'fI.
II. L. Morgan Jr. Treas. Huntley Redfearn Jr. Heretofore they had been transported on Thursday a Knlldlnir' Juckaunvllli' -J Klorldn 18. 1949.IUFI'ICIAL.

In the same vehicle with bridge! luncheon at Keystone !Slightly UH.-U Remington/ Deluxe Ally for n-i&. e- 4t U-S4 4 IrciiU. ('...."(. llrmlfiiril. 4 .>un<". KKAI.; .) A. J. Th""'....
Starting Thursday September frlurlilnl. In 4 Irniii'vry. A. rierk
KEYSTONE PLAYIIOfSE IS students from surrounding terrt Inn at 12:.10 p.m. Portable T}'|,e,, rlter u In 4 Iritul* 4 i...,,. llrnilffiinl 4...unlr. Uooritn' John I In u IT. plaintiff. VK By Haven Cronby. D.of C. Hid' Court.
series of three classes on I
a Yellow chrysanthemums centered ram tiargain lit $.10. C..ud i l annew. I "rliliil In 4 hnnfrry KlliHlnttli: I Iii uer, l 1..r..I.. t fin... I i.I'i M.'ii., H.'iilen. Unit. DHV tH
ANNUAL SIEETirvO Parllmentary Law will be com tories. Attending the high UtthHit Cornflum p ttpp I I luiger. tMitlnnrr No. 760.1llnlrr .a, 5 h. Klorlita.
menced. The second series. of school for the first time are: the long luncheon table Ilradtnrd County Tele I \H. Horotliv Man Hi.lUnKcr. Hi>- of I'llhtlratlon nnrf. Nnllrv tni Altv foi, I'lf H it 41" > i.In .
At an Informal Coveted Dish, which108 set on the spacious fitndant. CIIUPo.. 741I \'. tppmr. "'1"1'U: <>K li>llll> l tin,
Supper at the'oman's classes will be on the subject Linda Walker Frankie Walrath graph. I I.>rrtrr ..( I'nhll.'Htloll'.. .nml Nntl.'i. tn I l.lixHlt;I, ,*tli Hinti'r. ', wlioHi. ri'nl.li-ni. ,** Circuit, ('....,t. Bradford Co..t,.
Club on "The Ann Vance Marilyn Ann RuHh- dining porch of the Inn. Dainty I S |iornr. "'l'\li: DK hlolllllV tinl.orolhv | & n.l.lrfHH In I..nh". "In li $,ipit.. !II"! .. lorlilm' In tkanrrry.Mur .
Monday, September 5, twelve Simple Debate". tallies with a birthday emblem \otl... off. tt|lli>MtU I ... for 'In* "r.nl I : MIIV. llnlllniivr! w lion" 'irntditnif .1I I I'ltill.p .I V 551,1' a.Ni''.. 6."rd''ii Inliiml. \..n Ni'lHon u e'Plaintiff u VH'.
Henrst. All
ton and Nancy graduated / IN *t I. < IH unkltounYou Ni'n YhirkIYpipu : :Xahloikl. I Ni'lnon: / Ui.fi'ndant
membeis of the Upon completion of classed :-/"u. hvrt >> KivtMt ttmt I. l .
Keystone Play. from the local school In marked each place und everyonewas i'ow.ll 5 tit*' holdti. uf t th.. V.I Llimtnnrort I' .BII' .:|" .*\\lh.7.! Appnnr ott'll ..i rpiiulrvil' to nppitnr "m No 74HNllnlrr .
house local junior dramatic work will start on a three act much surprised it to learn' that I fits 1 ,'. hit n tl\l-t1 mi Id owrt 5 lft. toh.. i l t. i inn, I in., S isis at. tip,no.tt'iurt Optoin'S t. I I'M'i. 5 In I Ih.. nliovt'. pie nuii' of rmillrallon mid Notice
directed to be to the June. 1'111., 'K fin,. ,ii tax .I..d l lo b. 'limnedJ us ...1 .HUH. wh..11I phtlnllrf' L'ii,,,i-t Pu nil i HUH0 wh..r..11I |*!iinllffHHlkH S 'n Appvnr
play .
!group by Mrs. Jesse L. presented pub It was the howtens's blrthilny hi,'.,,,... Thu ",*"Ift.d.i .* numtn I ee.kc illMiif$ I It."M"I County, .5 t s'u'i'u'' A.. lllMtllllV. Ht ,...ui..11'.1' sr\rn: i.f ion i lit in,
Hill and Mrs. Ralph L. Thomas lie. The second project of the I C.IKLSM> Bon After receiving the felicitations and y*.,it,IN .r iNMiniiit, .i*. tin* .......-'.11'- I TpliKinpli. xhall .iniblli.il i thin chriS.., of minor .'hIMi.'ii' Itriulfoul' diiinly III.--p :/.ahlor'kl P u :N./ ..Sit"... whiiHHm -
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held their club lion .r tht* p ''' '''rt> a ,itS 5 h.. namfH i In nixt i. font \%' >* klImniitH I I T.'I.'Kiupli shutS imliiiHh thin Orilor 'P IN South Mopmeailow KI P
will be
"Radio Show" to .
annual meeting. Hunt- a UOINU 1O ( 4)LI.F.GK of her guests luncheon was serv- In u hU'h It u ... iiHNf HHIM,! "1''., u* i UIIII S i .. m)' iou nil an.I. .nrrii'lal I ..p"l i I In ni'XI I foul, 5' \\iikly I |Seal.*... 1..1011". \ Connirtliut :
ley Redfearn Jr., the president be given probably next spring Freshman students who went ed. follottH ('cit I ties p e .-;". 70 War uftHMUunri' nt KtKikiFlorida" Ship AnvnatOF11CIAI. \Vllni'Hii I in>' Iii,iiii ,"nil offlilnl t uenl I Toil: are reiluireil' to appear oiliti.It.lpiiu.r
1 I IM-H- ::11. 1144". I nt "Stark Klorlilu, thin I 27, I I'M'*. In shove ,is.mp-4
May 31. \.11.I 1 11M7.: Aiivimt!
presided. Tho elected officers
newly to Gainesville In order to Mrs. Al Nelson at : ., : '
Sunday was high c'rli'ttat< of moptrlK'' : i: ". uf M1nf '. ( SHU A. .T. Thomnn, II I fM'1 Court and raune whereIn plaintiff.
Three new members Dulcey were Installed with President be ready for Freshman Week at bridge, winning a set of attractive sty t U M.-Lltoh II I TovMir-hlp 3 A* I..11.1 k of mild Court | \1>&Io' 'I.'I\I. si.t: ti .\. .t. Thnmnii, seek. dlvorm. ftradforil County
Mouth, ittnto, ay .KiiMt: ,: .:imialntnitI : IV HII\IMI: : Crimliv, It c. 1 A s I'li'rk. of mi hI Court. Telegraph Hhall puhllnh thi* Order
Brown Bobbe Bastedo and Joyce i Redfearn handing the gavel over 1 the University of Florida were gold trimmed glasses. Mrs. 10 Metes' titora or' less, Nninu In John .5 I. I Hind I <>rmiit, KMH: .: VUHinrdMI.II fy Ma\rn t'roMl.y. I It. C I '.. next four weekly IKHUVIltnrHii .

Brown were admitted to the to Miss Brown. Dale Siprelle son of Mr. and Mrs. E: R.Brown second with I "hh'h I it Muii'Msuiii : I t'itinmn' [KU, >\... &'ii.I Hiilldlnic'' Jiu'knoltvlll.1. I Klotlda: T, h'riink I.:nnilruiti: Klitike' Plorlila: \\' my hand and offi'lil:
ALly for I'lf. i is 4t o aj fur l al Htarko" Klnrida. .
I *("!tlfli I pp t a No. 711 ) tai I' uf I lnHLiiitu'' ** Ally I'lf. tt-J 4t K-aJ MPH thin Auornit

club.Business discussed PTEXECUTIVE W.engineering J. Siprelle course who; will Kay take Boall an tiN novelty her prize.salt and Recipients pepper of shakers other i |.May,n>|>tlWV SI A.Iu.S I'M7 of! [H\\' '1 lH'm 4 of i'M-Ji4 l|>tluti, [HttI pit,!- lit 4.hr.,....It 4.....-.,. llrnilfonl ('olin SU'IerII.it ,., I '...10.. at 101011..1._ for 'rn, ...." I (2 OFFICIAL!$; 11141 8FAL': ) A. f. Thnmtn
In .
and 4 has..r
decided IKMRU MEKTIN4)Keystone I | I llolit.ii Hill No. S I8R3 Ai tIerS of said Court
ti Idiunge
tlon I II' iiMhlp South
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. ptlzes were Mrs. C. J. Bnstedo I i. i'lii.rli'H H Jo h iush nui, I'lnlnllff u vil. VotUit I In Rv Haven .
upon Included a limitation of PTA Executive 2i 10.1.: I <(,,iitHlninir 20 ut rtn moreor : : 1 hflrliy itlvctl t thntV. 8 Cronhy, D C.llollln
Heights !MHI-V\ Leo ""IlI..J..r P .lolitinlnn.' Hor.'li.lanl I Ihi' holiltr: :: : wln I V KnlKlH. HlitrkrKli' In,
Hlltl.y nf till' Sot""h.
Beall! who have recently returned and Mis H. L,. Walker. l l'Me. Nttiitt, lit H I hU'h lies. .eel! : ; : ;
membership to 20 and a regular Committee convened on t'linuTnti, Stov" (',>. A II of MI,,1.1| ) pm- "n.u Nil. hut I'l-rllflinli'H" ,hit* ril.nl, Nit I'S (.rttfl-I \iy. tsr \lit 14.26 41 4
I : to Keystone Heights from .'.. Online .,, 1u bIS'nt tout lI nil >o meeting time ,
of of Itiiulfonl
Thursdays at Tuesday September 6, at 2 p.m. California W. I.. Reynolds. Is a patient at I pi'ilv ltfln..c of In tin "nl" ..... MII'h- ....'..'. Kltli: ...' ." .""1\1' .ntMIIIV S 'on. Tlm e rtlfioutn ritttnUorpnnil 'n 4S'sht' ,.n..... 11..1 cent'.,
and 14" 1"1"101"n.I
Bill son I $ .
7:30: p.m. at the Town Hall. at the home of the president I Demery Slindvcreat HciHpital In Starke ti.rt I ftiu p i.i. 11.rtlfUati t P .H utiall) oe !I.. ,. Cntular i .tohnxton H honeri' / >'nrN of iHmmnro, the <|I.HI.rlp- ;I l.1ur liSps i In I tinnrrr. .
of Colonel and Mrs. T. n. Dem -ldi'li. < & 11,1,1 reci IN unknown I llon of I tilt' i.rcii.trty. nnil thu nititiiii.. I '"" ni c ndi'n. 1'iiiniirrs? -
Election of officers. to serve I Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. A budgetwas former residents of this Miss Mabel Johnson sustaineda I 1',1 tlcHLTlbud HiLortllnir 1 I t In to..h law.'nrttf.ihpro-h'nte I Ior .Volt me I'5'iI|"h.,1 to' appear pinit. In uhlih It uim ......'..'.,1 urn nu nuo, K i hli'it,. fi. r. ml p u I. t i H--.
composed and plans for the ery 1"1". HIM .. ut. ao l I'D l'i. In I iho Rlmvit nu' in...I follouv, S I'l-l'tlfli S '''Hlv N... 74. Y.'.., 74llnlrr(0.
broken arm \in a fall last! Wednesday i iItiptt.u' will be noltl to thehltth .
of Va. Bill ..111'1' iinil CIIIIMH hnri'ln of of "'...hlh'nll..n.tI.; I. .
plaintiff
town now Arlington .. IxHiiani'K I mill; 1..r'I.'I.' n nfiloii.it .l
t HI hldtlf at t tli Couit t HOUHWdour ,
j I coming year were formulated. morn I UK', :. .. |ItM Ihs ir.i.' 1.,1, r..1 "i'"iinlTnlrtnph |Ii \' 1 \V a. of Ml-/; of XVViii \vnrnr. "I' \'rI I : 4>l' riftllllKtO. ....
| Other officers serving are Mrs.R. arrived last Friday to be a house- Friends and feted >"nf t tinfIrwl NoviMtiher,. Mmtdiiy I 194"*. uhUh In I he ICI I lmonth Nhalt pnhllr.li thlH' ttrditIII l i 1 iP'i.i n iuitii'1 5 of I hi::ml r!2H ft K ttV I ", ,,1,, ,,!! K' rh\o" "I.-. r, Hi.. I
guest at the W. L. Reynolds neighbor I tlftxt i folll MltfklV I sic".*. l.v Hhfl ft. N 8 In :NK.; I'm, "K.-' ..t I I.. ,4'. lube( I'\'k pi.b,,, I ,I... ky" -
lie 7 itiv lOt i LII..I>
Novtnini I
V. Spencer Vice-Pres.; Mrs.E. Mrs S. K. MeKiiv with a surprise i r....IV49. ,, Viltui'MH nthiind ami ..,tt'tat I .. a..atnt 1'1'| It H.' I'.unm. 2J .K: ;Nnmn In w hlrh i :. "I .win,
thin x play of s-.t tnlM-i 11149.I..I..I \
home on Crystal Lake before S | i ,
going Stark' Florida' thin A f 'i. .1 I i ,
111(11.1 | IIHKLHHKI ii u i isi' ri .i'p'nr4utit'
A. Rushton Sec. Mrs. Ray Pu ii ilpiwin. All\ cifHaul
; (< I \ I. SHM.: IhoiiiHN, .
birthday Friday evening (I" ) A. .1. .
patty
an .in4'iOFKIClXl .lilt Jll .h".I ,
to Gainesville on Monday. piotprty| lii'ltiic, S In the < "tititof \ I : |I" > I
,
Hearst. Treas.Chairmen "'tech i <.r h,',, 11 I ..urt( of itraIfi.r.Ieiiuuuiti ( I sr\l.) J ThotiiiiRAl .11.1, "h. .. ,. .
September 9. \ Itra.lforil.' Plain. of Kiorl.lii. t'n Coin' ( itn*' 'n> put
Second year students at the i'Iiiiit., U-l 41 l -JUIMI. 4'li'tk. of mild. C'otllt. 'tMH HIM'h efrtif. I .li'itti. or "'uri I f Iris I II It..r- itop'It. 'p .puS irt' -.. Hi, ..,. ri Ctl
of various commit. U Jane McMnrtry, baby daughterof 1*S. )Iivnii t'r.isib3I I It I. C. I """11 he 'p"01".1| nnmritlnir. In InuIhi T..l KiHph Hhnll l>uM) this Cit, r'n
of F Include Richard E. Clapp William. N 'Lonu IIn$ '.. llh. Kin... .. .. four '. I I. ...
tees present included: Hospitality Mr and Mrs. Kyle McMurtrey.who KOH Hill : I "' v I pi r'tpi.itv itp |t| Ilioil In .It prtlfl.nlo ni.xt M l\ tt
Jr., William J. McCrary Jr. N>: t I i "or' |tt-tin.'tiU'ii u will I I I he sold, it 'tii..ui. mv "i .i' "il off ,it I
Mrs. P. H. Haskins; Study who was In the hospital lastweek Itniii. i"r Bounty ( '"11I11111'1'1,,,...*,.H ..t t to l"hit Ii I g hu's.t Itl.M.-r" nt i bps i.itirt v...il I .l ii I xnii, I In'i.'. iidi., 'h ," A'i ,
made Deans last
Group Mrs. VV E. Morrison and the List Is home now and doing Itia.lf.ml" r.ninty. Kloii.lustll ,HMt'lval.lil.H In 4 Iri-iilt 4 niirl. llriulfiird t........,.. huh,.,. .l''r oil I III. flrwi' M.. .* : 1"1"
semester and who la majoring Inforeign utilll, t I III.M I oiloik on l>*'- li.rlilni, u lit I Sal pulp.?. I month 5 of Ditohfr, 1 lOI'l'! a huh IH (OFFICIAl. PfAf.l! A..1 1'h.-.. -,
Mrs.V.?. H. Redfearn; Safety, I nicely. I".10..i .1.t t I'M1)t ') for tin- leant* 1 by""It UNiPNHf .. i'.I. 3liS 'II Ii.. I 'II in'utii. t'talnlirr. .Ill.. X Inv of tlilolirr, IIM'I' IHltfil \i' "pi i ii, nld I..Ii.c. .
Mrs. W. J. Siprelle; Magazine languages and Frank Guests of the N. A. Parkers *.. 'from nidiith to mouth for VN. lie I It.h. Canieoln, | tifi,tlitant. CHHO IliU enth tIpsy, of AllKliHt ttl'l ,.i'Su .K Skipper. S2I nru. "
Demery another son of the T. R. not, |Ip.MH i hall :lit nirint hn ii spit) nottni't. No 7501Itnlvr I Uiffli-lnl I ",'nll I A. .f Thoiium (,Inrk IkullilliiK I riok.oiivHI... .'I" p
I Mrs. N. A. Parker; Membership. this week are Mr. Patker'sbrother ,'.' thuit. I ts nionlhH from U-li\prv. .,t I...I.Stun. t 5.. ... M..., ,ot I.. .. to 'I .r lrc-nt' | Court 'if IVnilfnrrt, S lS untKlorliln Ally for Plf M-U 4t
Mrs. E. R. Brown ; Hallowe'en Demery's.On and sinter-ln-law Mr. and whli...h ,IH,HIM 1, shall )lop tpL nlftod bY tuipent.. oct11: III frlolllut tot' D.I 4t P-2
In I Italplt I i "Camellia. "h......" i'Hnldinii* A _
the 18th Ann the l liIIiti and w Mh an oiillnn' -
Miss
REPLACEMENTCosts 1 Carnival Mrs. R A. Weeks; Library Wiggins Mrs. Lowell Parker of Indianapolis ( hi I"iMInl. to tiuirpliac.atuil, apply .t.l.lii'MH, IH :lit I N.! 170 HI.' i Illfinx.S. In <'In.'uIcent.. llmdCuril ruanlr.Klorlani I'' JarCHILLS

Mrs. Henry Hall and Visual daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ind. all ,iM'Mtnlrt, ti''I upon the '.uurIitcopi ..'\' "'.,,'k Cltv I In 4 nnnrerr*
I YOU mi riitiliI'll'| tit uppunr' on 10:. II. iliithrln. I'liilntlff, Ki.th.rDntlirlf
Wiggins will leave t hi"*, f it ml for I ih> following for VH
Education Miss GertrudeK. The Wuilncp D. Doylngn are lie.. pillS, t Iho Hoard 'xl.tllIl 0. I 11. tolift 't. I'M'i'\ In t tin1 ntintti nnnii.ilf ,I'Vu.l-t "I'IIHI. V 74HIItr.lrr .

Houser. boro Va. where forva.nes'j back in their attractive new / ii 11111'111.1. t pp-a II One upep, ",..torCrt.r :.nrt :anil: .: .111101' : hiTfltt:: : pliilntlff: I I' of Fuhllentlnn Had > llp. I 0
,
UP her second ,,1'10 fi.ur p.filmier. linen.1 u.'ki divorre, ipHtorntlon, of ( APIMeNC
The first regular meeting of year at home after spending over a rIO, .. Itrndfotil' Coutitv T A T M tV I
..I"". 5-. 1.1., nt SeeN (h.... tOt ini.r sun sip riolIIIa < the association will be held. on Elmore C. Vance better knownas month In St. Petersburg h.rceu.n' ..... ni..h Cmiii no..'h...10'", l.'Hiupli. Hhitll S puhllHh. thlR (SI p1st I : .| >|' I Illlthtll'' W ItoHl. t l'Hlllf II'.o'
Clout rI lM. ....IIII'.|I.tC .tlllt. rut limper. ''n >'I'i xf four t..t'lilv IHHU.M. "'Pu', iiu, pi 5 Mill.Ut.n I t I ,. """ 1.1
Tuesday September 20 at 3 p.m. "Spike", left two weeks ago Mrs. Lola Johnson and daugh/ II'I ..... uiih IIMI day dclUi-iy, 1<... ..11 \\' 6 tln.i. m\ hit nil and I i.ffklnl' I .i>nlu 1 You ae cinlrcil to appear" on
Let us check your Fire at the school. for Clem.ion, S. C., where he Is ten Mis. H. T. Godwin and Miss Hlinld'. Kloilditlilils I stark. L.'I".hl", I tltlH AuHtmt' S..,IHl'lllln'1 'll. I VI'4 ItS, In ..Iou' .. nailli'il,
Hill\ ; IH then
I t nips itppnrittelvrmi'lviil
student !Mabel Johnson traveled to Nichols ,
a at Clemson College. tin ..II'h fiiulpnu, onnili ,w.w'v5493- .
insurance before it's SCHOOL Ol'KNSWith Miss Madeline Kennedy daughter Ga., last weekend where Miss "h h..,-,. and with Dm I l.l.lil.'i-, nuiMMHlMK -
an enrollment of 69 pupils I ami, .Ieil Itt flit upon t Iho renm
of Mr. and Mrs. S. E Kennedy .. Johnson was n bridesmaid for the lo in'i"tin' too late Keystone Heights School will to Jacksonville this wedding of Miss Margaret Bow- Mllhln. Hi first IA nionlhH of the
opened Tuesday morning. September go ll'HM-tl. I .,, > p Ihl* folloUlllHr. IXlNtlllKIHtlllplll.nl .
Sunday where she will enter ers. of HM III lloillll. to-Wit\
6, at 815.: Ten little pupIls .llliir ..ilrr Mii.ll lIIJ
Riverside Hospital as student Mrs.! Pat Fraher and Miss One 4 iili-r| Motor .r
a
entered school for the first :. split nltn<*liiititli. Hitil MlthhulliloriiT
Agency nurse. Gladys Tlllm leave Saturday I llllllfhliifnl S lit !<. irmrn,
time. Mrs. Caldwell enthusiastic I IIUUTlln. morning for Helvetian and Miami ........."lull '....I %..lllw. ,lil nr, ,,"" 9iNOWFollow
Charley E. Johns beginners are: Paula Brown. .\,. .........K...' .,r ,Inupillel.. reeulI "I.
where will vacation with
I'RT'I I I they I. a nrrglit.l. I" 10. t ..,,1.,1, III pup. a
Phone IS STARKK, FLA. Danny Dodd Michael Walrath Mrs. R: T. relatives ".".. .111 III P.111,uti 1'1&1. ,'r lit the

Richard Fleldler Larry Brown at her home Lake "JIll.pup "r II..' 11..1"1" pie a ......cllI tii".uU ,'
I
on Keystone
.
..
U iS ,it ,ipips ,tie. .is.. 1".1.
Paulette Tyie Mickey Baker on Wednesday September 7, at3pm 111.1,_ ii i 11 "IKn "lie t tu'n "IIIIr..I..lv.
..'t. Terry Swartzwelder. Robert Red with lawn rt.i'I.' ',,1 I .la. t tie 1I..rd fir' t"Si.. "II''
honorIng .
a party -
STATE t'y II ,,f t ,p,. culi S 'ipteltilIIiii' :M..lnr
... .... (earn and Robert Morgan. / her little son Johnny who FARM I (tuppil, ,", "lIh 1IIIII'hn""I. nllOwllh\
The largest local group ever .."1101..Zi'. lit tehieuitM.. III ii ,....."
was his
Rtprmntlng THE TRAVELERS Hartford celebrating third birthday Hy :Mm.. UrjiinVhlt field' ....1 ..io, IIIIn t unit alt hoist w"'r1, Y
to attend Melrose High School al- The CrowdsTo
,'x""I" III"I. I. \v.II."t.I., rur I..h.
.--- .t.it..5. <11"I.\ .. I 0 Itopurit' nt t'plfli, V
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All the little girls present received p '"ppi,,iiii, ...Iii'rn., rare Curb. t'tr,.uiitli
tiny cradles with dollleias 'URTIIU.1'tTY .',""" :> p hi. i.'i..rldi. 1'h. 11..111'.1'
Miss Joyce Davis celebratedher .". P 10. 'h.' rIght. t.. rehput tInY
as favors while t the boys were 11".1 I 1111 1,1,1, nn.1 tr.ft-rn.c niny h.or" .
delighted with fire trucks. birthday anniversary with a '..ii "Il I'h.' .i'uu a.. S I.. 101.1. ..1"'lty.Inl Camp Blanding
I nnity at the home of her parents < II 1,5, .'I,. reputeS' ,, fur the first H.
KNOW YOU Chocolate cake with fluffy intuit,"In" of tin* mud' ti'I'III xl..llnl:
white frosting trimmed with colored Mr. and Mrs A C. Davis Saturday i tlll| ',.n'nl,i ..f t hit J"aui I 11'IH V I lit*
> eM>ning. September 10. A intipi". it.,il lly nrdnr of MIIhi Hoard

-j CAN GET I the lie cream wee gum guests.drops patties and were candies served and to ''urilor\ Staike group of Halford boys and and girlamorn the ,' ,this.i.i* .M: loC'I''lIIh..r I | .\I.n."nrr'II.H I-. IUU" t 'huh man For These Pre-VVar Buys


.
Farm enjoyed a marshmallow In <'\In.till, 4 ......;. llrmlforil CoiinlJ.

On Mrs. roast and around bonfire l-l..rIIi In 4 hniicvrv.
Sunday Sidney Church games a -
I fohn' I-' Muiphv" rhiltttirr., S.<. Matha "-
and her daughter. Mru V. I.Sanders Then in the living room ( I 11 %l 11I1'I.hy. J ffinditnt, CaneNo

? motored to Highlands. where arrangements of white ..: 7My.rtlf r I at. l-nliM.*n S pin HIM..1 ..i pitS. ... tPiiHr. .. NOW ON SALE I

5FOR N. C. .vihere they will spend sevlefnl.wetJis. roses and coral, vine were placedat \ C t'I'II OK l-'l....nll' toP .

.I .. points of (interest, the lovely M 1".IIn, H. M ui'phy. whiiHH ivntUvncHmid
,
addr*>MM In 5 lTn known: -
gifts were opened. In the adjoining ....! nMitolni 1
Commander Jesse L. Hill was Yon .pita rnii 11 to RI..r i P pd"-.4't2.' '. '"'
the |III. I 945. 'In the ahovw nip nil 4'1'I
dining beautifully
recently surprised with a visit room Court u nd ,''' line, w horttln pltilni IffHI LUMBER t I
,r/ from Lt, H. P. Hendi-rson. a for- appointed. table was centered .i kn. ilivoi' ".. Itrinlford fount :v .- ;
with the trAditional cake. Its T..ft'.III'1I. ,.ImII I ptiMlnn I thin OrtliIn ROOFING
'' mer buddy of his whom he had n.... foil i we.*k I ly IHHIION.A 1-inch "h"lIlhin
Don rob yourself pay for freight! not seen in 12 years (de<'orations further emphasizedthe \.S ttn..rx* tIP V hand nnd nfflnlnl' I Ii
chosen color scheme and the ..1 I III Htm. .'ke. Horltla' t IliU H" pt I't'r c _- '
o/.kx the Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Blhea 7. I'M't.OKKK'IM.! 1 $4r *
Gel 5 bottles ,. priceof and daughter. Carol have moved tiny lighted tapers that toppedthe ( HHXTA) 1 Tlinmnn' I 101)0( ) . _ _ _ _ -

cake the four A H ( Mnrk rif said Cnurt? 2 i to 2 10 90 I.h. Koll
4 Aoft/es shipped beer 0( from Oriole St., to the RuppeitApts. proclaimed I' Pv ifnv.n rii'NhY i B. <"*. k x =::-----'.
teenth anniversary. Slices of T. KiHiirt, t.ii. niiripi,, Hlarki>. 1''UI'hIA.' Per '50
the cake were served with lem- \ttv C'Pi i nr Y.D tl o-ao loii( . Per St.| .

/-.c Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Detwellder onada. Mrs. Davis was assisted 2 x 1-.2iih& 2 ILK _ _ _

iti of Jacksonville were guests of ... ...., l-ft.
I i In I.1. 'lt I t. limpS f.r.l Coui.tr l.fnitllmP.r
in hospitalities by Mrs. Marcus
67HdTxt the W. J. I. lorliliii. 4 his Me.,?.
Siprelles lust weekend. C
: KeJ.llHh of Keystone Heights. 1 I II,;: II.N..II'.I: ; I rialntlff, v... llclntiW 5 ) :
The John \V. Murruvs and Mrs. : Sriri; | lill In-fvndant. ('upNe No I hUt) ) $ Q.7SIIMIIf

is: 54'chIp Lula Williams Mrs. Murray's Young Johnnie Bradley of i I 75lnI Order: ..f .'..1,1 0..5 I.n "A nut 'Wet l \ii.. 'I 1'.. I'.r 7-ft l.rnnlh' 0.11. 1.t''llh. =
", e mother had as hmmegueHtH nt Starke. spent Thursday and Friday % |.|..11.. Side 4if FliirlilM, lilt 40 I'e, '
\t' IIIIMI . ** ** ii
their camp on Spring Lake te- with his. grandparents Mr. llvli.n. :Nxidfcldt.'; Mhonii 1'.1.l lil 0I

cently Mrs. R. R Cummins of and Mrs J. M Bradley. \t\ 'iHliitiKton I IH 47DJ. it O.KlKlttll HI. N.W.i I'm* "eim. neil. del' dcil, rraile.. A leo khmthliviI ..

; t1t7t7lJ Savannah, Ga., Mrs. Virginia Mr and Mrs. Sentell Chambers, i' You: mi., : i.i-iiilri:i| I >il to Biipi'iir .inn. I V It asciI I x H. $.10) |ier 10(10( and up. I it 3 anil, Nu need In wall any iuct if tun .ne. il a new

,ipii'i, inth.' ) 194, In tlm iilmvtiiiiiiifd I X f. $2; per 1000( ii nil up. gulpS Iuiruhle. ah trsiip; soil in colon-.. ,
.
Richards, Mrs. Rubble and Moos of Inverness ...
were weekend visitors ( "psp t itnd "" whirflii ..
# I I ,nlalniirr. I I Hiek divrirm t Itrpipi fi.r'I' i .
Bobby Weaver Miss. Ruth Met-
of the formei'a" Mr.
i parents I County t Ti.l.*Kniph, Hhnll. I I imlilinh thinttdr 111 I
Bee.f tinger Mr and Mm Ed Srmnn, and Mrs. J. R Oinmbi'rs.Mr Iii, nvm four wii>hly' |husheS.
NIs Nissen and Dr Otto Tonls- Wllnrim t mv nitml. and "rrs hat' ATTIC
and Mrs J. C. Wallace PLUMBING
; "ml nl Sim' ko, Klorlilii, t Mil,I.' Ki..ptH .
cc
sen. nil of Jacksonville. :
returned Sitttiriliiy from Lake I t9il 1. _
How nice it Is. to the F M. dl iI"i. .Il 'I t ) A J. IhoninrI'trrk
see :
Lj' Worth
wheio, they had visited .<, 1r"U'r".u: ;; 1 i. Vi
Walrathn Sr back from their! Mr. r- 1 r oll'4 FANS
and Mrs W. J. Lung for a Kv HHVIII Cri.Hhy. I'. 1?.
summer home In Royal Pines N. week. John .t. I H.-ndiTHiin KB.J.. It Ii hA.1 I
JAX iREY/INO C5MPAHV. JICKONVSLLE FIOIIP I.MII i IIhho''k..vll'; I I'In. Florldn. China
C They have been gone for overt Spencer Crews left Sunday for .Mlv. t... I'lf D.9 4t U '0
I Tin ItIs I :n J aInth :'
I the University of Florida. Mrs. 29

P S. Crews accompanied by ,... I Ircul. l..ui. 'hrn.itri 4 uuiilr.
I .lorliliti p lit 4 ,iMiitrrry.liotlK '"
tr Mrs. F:. 1-'. KivlilInK, : and Misses .5'I. "Komik. "I'laintlff', vii \\ ullii _ 10 42 $' ".
You ought to be Betty William and! Erma Jean I .\. Ki'XHk. I Itifotidiinl' CUM ._ 12'
"l'hi.\ Inchrtillete. .
Godwin took him to Gainesville! Order of ''....11..11. l ion nml %iitlff I > Iniinir. .
l from $111.1)11th! ) rhrunt
driving a recti T' *
V9 I Miss | '" l t ll.: tsl.' ."I.11"11.I I hiP
Mantle Hutching of Stance t\ ,ill."t .t. "isitk. whoHV rnilili' '. I <* fliiill ...a'1.No mile. of pipe nnd. filling h ll nty-4>linif fans of pr.." ar iimlil| atlit l

t | Sp"'iit the past wi-ekend with i I.< I IMIiM.III.' .'. Nuwarlc N T Ton wnrrifirf prtcpri. l less than I"e.warlh"I.e'! price I ** ** ni4.'.in, -
Muss, Peggy/ Cut ldw'Il.! \' HM, iiiiuliid, to "I'| i V.iii i
p i" i.t.i.. i .1. "I'M'i. 'In flu. almnnii.. il'
During/ the! |pant i week Mr. and 'nut, ".1 laiiMi* whiTHln' (ilHlntlrrlt '

I Mrs \V. N. North' and their. mm.Hilly. .,'..IIM ill* ., Illiiilfnril. "Couiitj ELECTRICAL WALLBOARD I SHEET IRON
Ti, .li'irl iipli' Hhtlll. ptlMlNtt t thin Onlr',
visited! I>r. and Mrs. J. H 111 II..XI I flllll Hkly IffHIII

Freeman In Durham N. C. Rev \\III| ,,",N ups haitrl anil, .i.ffli, Mil. u. ,ilit .
Slm-ki', ', I'h.i-i.Ipi.! i thin Vnicn" I tis. 10...... .alh..h' h.te.. pynli ,;,.,.1",. h.rh. ......1 hn..isIi.... .01..1. flat. mu 1.1 ibech. .a
and Mrs. G Van Stephens. In "'11 Illl'i.' itlIet.. tuiuiSe sfluhuiirS pIpIStIui
Angler N C.. anl Commander i.\I.. I SI': M.I) .\ I Tli 1 iii .. .01t,.. II,,t,..c lip it. ....hi.I n .Ili.U.ln., 'let i1.llSepI. a..I't ,23 p., Pa n.I..n. ....... It..p .his.. "...

.\ C 1'rtc| of .11''1st 1 ,n 15 il I.Ii Ccii u.Ihcp .s'.pous V i Pu'nc I .... ....... .. '
md Mrs\ O J. : ., .,, ""' prr ., ci.. lIP,. C h, .
Itcaieis In Coi- .>'ny Ci I'lf i J i' I nu.eni.i u hi.u'uS a S inn's S han

_______________________________________ l'lmbhl. S C., returning home Ilunker'. ....-.. ".,. rh. flrhpuP I. ".. ... Iipcai
I In I In nil 4 ourl. ".'.....,..1 liiilnlr.l.irliliil .
I Sunday. I.' i lit 4 Hniiirr> .
Kn Ulllliiin II \\ rpps., 1-laliiU'r, -
route their
to home
I i In ,,.., ,
I, iitiLi \\ITIIUII, /ii. r. iil.'icn
Pain tka from a vitiation trip to .,. v. 7r.iniitnlrr
Louisiana. Mr and Mrs. i.it l.iilllilli. .ii nml i itli>i> In
MartinI i5pear| HI tilIII': l-llllllllt hub ci$7: t/
I I H<'Inau and their children Joan :NI nil- l.i>fio v ,','nan. a /hop.' iil < >; '.
and Hilly I.., ft ailihoHii" |'I' I M W Nfi r, II .
were supper guests of si. !..iii-iiotritr., I..nl iHlnm, N ",
Mr\ and Mm. M. K. Grlni-r Tuns- Viii "ii .. ii'biblSu'tiI. to itui "1 piP ;"", -c-:
II. I ..""i 1. I t I'f tn Moa \ii. .. dUIIHI I
'lay '....irt mil ,' whi.i...ln p iilitlntlff'
I Mr. and Mr Jack Nelson of ".. kK pIty"1'. "'. itiadfoid' unt> PICNIC TABLES 111 lIm! ;
Juckionvllle' TI-IIKI' Hi'h oh..11 I i ,.uhlloh 'hl" Or.he' ::lk
% were
tr. overnight .
4 ?'n.da./nd ..
4"L.
I j In niHi I TourUiin 'ifkly )MHMII.I .
''guests of Mr. and Mrs K W .H h'I.' midWELDING..HI K ,ciii ___ _
Enjoy; Picnic Party in
Brannen a

JT/ % /t 1' ""llf.I! ,,' L I.r-I' Wvntlvrful it: ,/! I Mr. and Sunday.Mrs. Milo Selgler and Your Own Hack Yard $2.75 I'P BEAUTIFUL HOME

their baby son Mike, of Talliiha -

ee visited/ Mr and Mrs Bry- 0 ,

W hrrtvrr you go you hear |people' talking al-ml. she. new "riHiiiiir.aliiriillT in Whltfield 'Ut week. I WindowsSinxtc

74 a great many |peojle| | talk fimt about INiniiai*.n out Mr. and Mm A C Davis hadas VtCW: Only $875 Total) "

-'- .taidingbeauiy., th'lrCU"lI/ Sunday Mr. and ? !- sash .. tnflown t'n..t ..
'
"""' i A great many other they haT heanl rriMtrla of .Poiiii. ". |Mrfurmance. Mn. J. B. HtrtiklnmJ !and their : lit I IfM than I ,-

"c \ its ali-rttiemt. in Irdflir, its nnin" nim.nt malerulHI'K !-

\ .1 cnnvrmrnre of (>M I Ilydra-Malic. l>rive.* Mr and Mr. John I' Ttirney ( .' Lite
!- : : thit 2-brtlriM, beauty on ili'plaj al,

.f .... !Still otlirr tell IM what. sue have heanl alioul. l' itliac'a, m.OIKMIIT.Ami and their children of Fruit In nd s:: ( I Camp Illanillnf..

\ ; well thrv might, fur l>nntiai' M ,n..hl" lrn. ....1.jatl ,,how Ui.. Park were visitors of Mr. and ji$1 15 ,

--1.", ...,. And it w no lliiToiiKlilr' ii..1.rndalh.| that it will, give Mr C. M Turney from Friday I \\' ulttt the.. {M'oplx' of Starke .- ---- 5. .. 'ii.

wears of pleasure' anil .lIr-: ,...,t,..."'....'.. with onlv iiiiiiifiiuiiiftervinng. until Sunday. Open Mnn. thru SaIR.\. M.

Conic: in twMtn anil I get the. uhiA. I'oiilid- cow,. Mr and Mra A. L. Crews and ami tlrlnlly line of the nio..t Double hung 12-lilc tnilows only $7.95 to S I'M.. Cloned. Sund"w ,..

."....".",.. '..,.ce.ccoI cc .11 ..... ....geq _.
family attended, the ,reunion of
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_' -", .-._. _:--. '_-, _, _-r--7;: 1 ,_::'" @r_-...""_" the descendant of David U. and m.MI"1I and finest eqiaippn.iariiing ) !

Idella Browning which was hi-ld ,
shape anytchere.
at the Union County home of Mr I
YOU CANT MISTAKE A PONTIAC Silver Strrakl ',ne .....
and Mrs. Joe VV. Holmes '
.Irikinji; new Bodies. by Kmher combine, to make. the 19 !'> I'fintiaa !! Sund.uyOther All Work Guaranteed =
relatives who assembled at
truly the moat beautiful thing on wheeh.
thft Crews home for the event I SMITH'S GARAGE

were Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Faulk. \

McGRIFF MOTORSTemple net and Mr and Mrs. Bennie AMI MACHINE ShOt'Temple ; :

Sheppard and rhlldren of Jack.

Ave. & Pratt Sis. Starke. Fla. lIOn vIII". Mr. and Mrs. Cecil EI.'I'''I'' .\\''. Siark
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FlUD.\'i SEPTEMBER 18. I 1449
r\r.K TWO
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEQRAPII, STARKE. FLORID __
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D..Iu\e; Portable '
Pock Tone
Clay Hill recently. Eugan (Ver- cense. ly meetings held The Cub TyPe-
Drivers
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED LONG BRANCH nle) and Harry Padgett went Licenses 3. Where the operation of a No. 70 Is sponsored by St. writer for only $00 (tax \ln,|,,d.|

In at ,week to pick up the load of Now On Sale; motor vehicle la merely a con- Mark's Episcopal Church. New I ed). Regular I price $81.:27. Ideal
1879 E. L, MATTHEWS. OWNER: .EDITORFubllnhml toga that Bon and the had still enroll
Ity Mrn. J 1. Strickland boys New RegulationsThe venience to a person in the discharge cubs may gift for college or high IIrhoc.1

Every Friday and Entered as Second cut when Ben was fatally bitten, of his duties!, a chauffeur's I !student. Bradford City
tn get
and they found six dead 'S 101 K CIIXMK
Claw Matter at the Post. Office at Starko. Fie Elgin Padgett has installed a ill snake bitten. hogs office of County Judge 1CK license! Is not required For example =\0\\ Remington '!'"II- Telegraph.MICHIGAN .
deep freeze and an electric' refrigerator The boys cuts J Perryman began Issuing the : a person who Is employedfor I u brand new !
in her little store She tree on a large rattler and new 1910 Florida driver's licenses the purpose of solicitation of
MEMBER @ 1949 .eie too scared to try to kill It
docs a big business! to be so far last week The 1919 Ii-I orders or collection of accounts
ran for Eugan and Dave Tanner RANCH-
from town and not on a hard- censes may be renewed during is not required to hold a chaufleur's
$nterrlptlon $2JO Annually" .80 For Six. Months1FI.KMXIO.VS Dave killed the snake. Last without
surfaced road September a penalty. \license.

The Clay Hill school has a Saturday'jott ran Lunnle Into another and Hardy rattler Pad- Notification of the following I Everyone Is urged/ to cooperate 3 :MILKS SOITH OF STAKKE ON ROfTE 100

; ; COMING: nice new gas range In the cafeteria vhiln cow hunting, and they killed changes In policy have been received with the County Judge and
In the Immediate future, a television station at Jacksonville It Is much more convenient It, too by Judge Perryman from the Drivers' License Division by [/)
than the wood stoves they the state department: renewing licenses early. this year
will Hart telecasting a text program, to be followed shortly with entertainment We wonder how many know C/3 COP z yJ
have been iwing The schoolhouse 1. Special Chauffeur's Llcenstmwill Avoid standing In line and wait-
programs, moving pictured, sports events, news reels, I that the first burled In
person
,
no be Issued ,
also ha electric lights Installed longer to any Ing by getting that 1950 license
etc'httt'JI television like? Remember the first time you heard a This Is a great help, Long Branch Cemetery was bitten person except) those under 1yeal's early in September I o c >
radio and the thrill you received You have another thrill coming for despite the numerous window by a rattlesnake and died or age ,wno drIve a motor <

fe ieyou first see television. H, the class rooms were very within 40 feet of where she was vehicle while in use aa a publicor CUB SCOUT NEWS 3
burled. She was also n
a Patlrott .JJ.
First! time we saw It was at the World's Fair at Flushing, Long dark on cloudy days, and the common carrier of persona or t ( L
and lived north of the cetry: ..
J.I 1: 'I, N. Y. It was really a stunt program, you merely saw the pupils found It difficult to study, While she and her two property. Those persons now I Fourteen new cubs Joined the wL :I: -<
I daugh-
holding chauffeur : ;
special licensee
backwoods
outside the little In. And Even If we are In the No. 70 at RHINO TIIK: KNTIRR: PIF
pro e standing building you were it ters ,were picking huckleberriesone ranks of Cub Pack a
children should have some of to operate buses, taxicabs, transfer
our
x u: t too Impressive But the next time really stirred un up. the conveniences the town children day, she left the dog with trucks, etc, will receive a parents meeting held Tuesday .\\111.TO DINE [/)

\v'e had been trying to get tickets to the Army-Notre Dame have. We all appreciate the children and took her gun', regular chauffeur license In evening at 8 o'clock In St Mark's IV OCR CLEAN CAFE

fi' ""t .11 game and finally after hard trying located a pair of tickets these advantages.Rev. and crossed the branch to where 1950 unless they are under 18 Parish House, according to Jack: -

a $ "> each, But reason prevailed and we were resigned/ to missing Jim Strickland has his the cemetery Is now. She was years of age Trawick, cubmuater.
gone so long that the became
th ime, when a friend Invited us to see the game on his televisions corn crop harvested, all in the uneasy and went home girls and- 2. Where the duties or occupation A training meeting for den

That game was a thrill never to be forgotten. A tight/ game, crib. He has the best crop In told their father. The men of of a person are such that mothers will be held on Thursday ANNOUNCING OPENING
w tr) both tennis reluctant to open up. It ended a scoreless tie, but 13: years and nays It Is due to the neighborhood started a they cannot be assumed withoutthe evening Sept 22 at 7:30 o' !

HO iw it on television. Months later ,we bought a set and then having the weeds and trash cut search and after they crossed use and operation of a motor clock in St Mark's Parish House

He ")d a long list of exciting programs brought right Into our home, and plowed under last fall. the branch they found her gun vehicle, a chauffeur's license l is with the Rev. B. E. Simmons,
b\ le magic of television. Kev. Percy Knight tells ua and pall where she had dropped required. For example) : a person Scout District Commissioner, as Due to many requests from our

'loxlng. football, racing, moving pictures, plays, cooking les- 'that he has resigned the pastorate them. A few feet further on hired to sell and deliver bread, Instructor
lecture {, of the Long Branch Church they found her. The snake had soft drinks, etc., could not perform A second general meeting will
sotnews event, chlldrens programs, science Interviewswith old will
customers we our
I bwause:: he has full-time work bitten her on the upper lip, evi- the duties for which he Is be held on Thursday, September open
"big" names, discussion or, In short Just about the
groups
|lat the Whltehouse Church, where dently as she stooped over to employed without the use of a 29, at the same hour and place.
same programs that radio had been bringing to our homes, but with 'I i he has been pastor longer than pick berries. Her husband puta motor vehicle, and will be re- Following this meeting the cub Plant
the mportant exception that you SAW what happened with your here. We do not know yet who wild cherry tree at the foot quired to hold a chauffeur's li dens will be organized and week- Curing onOCTOBER

reyes.!. I I has been called to Long/ Branch of her grave and requested that .
Television sets are still relatively expensive (although not for I Mrs. Walter Lang returned to he be buried by her. This wa! J -

th ntertainment they bring) they are simple to tune, they will I I Lutz after a brief visit with home I about 1820, and from then on the 1 1st

rs!! rule receive programs telecast from ditancesIP! to 75 miles! folks ground around their graves was CREWS SERVICE STATION I
Uncle Lich Lang continues used ai a burying ground. The
Hi/: very weak and unable to be up I first log church was/ built about
With the coming of television to Bradford County, another milestone I
and around very much. Sinclair Gas & Oils Special Reduced Price :
will be met. For It Is another step In knitting the country Mrs Gertie Pairrloth Is at

closer together, and offering farmers! something which until the home again but \in so weak she 1870.PINE
advent of radio had been sadly lacking -- entertainment after long has to stay In bed most of the WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING
Per PoundEither
heureof bard work -- S. J. McOarveyIIH7MLY time LEVEL EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS 2Vc

.r -sir- arm Airs' .srnie Padgettmoved Hy Mn. II. M. llcRaeMra.
.'.\MESSENGER: nov to Jacksonville last week,, Goodrich Tires, Tubes & Batteries

What are the duties of the presidential military advisor? Central Our little Sunday School at
H M. McRae Is still at TEMPLE AVE. OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL Cure Or Plain Salt Cure
Sugar
Vaughan haa stated that he never took any money from big the Mission Station of Long the home of her daughter/ Mrs.
businessmen for himself. He was merely the messenger/ boy who Branch Church Is holding up Allen Hall In Jacksonville Mr.
carried campaign donations from businessmen to the campaign well In attendance Each Sun- Hall Is much Improved since last Same Competent Operators We Have

rhairrnan. A basic of our Is that a man day we learn a lesson from the weeks
principle judicial system report. He ;will have to
Bible and how to It to Had For The Past Five Years
1s innocent until he la proven guilty Vaughan must be given that I IbeneCLt. Just apply remain in the hospital two more WE WISH TO ANNOUNCEWe

However, Is it not fitting that we question his value an a our Individual lives. There Is weeks Mr. H. M. McRae and
room for all ,who wish to attend. are moving Fish Market from the
Mr and Mrs. A R McRae and our Depotto
military advisor to the President If, by his own statement, he thinks
of himself an a politician's messenger boy The United States Malls Why are not doing come here and see Our Just preach-whatwe Halls son Buddy, were visiting the the market formerly known as The Magnolia Also Private Lockers All The Year -

are certainly capable of carrying a check from any businessman tone ing service at the Mission Sta- Sunday afternoon. Fish Market We will carry the same line of Fish

campaign manager.In tion was well attended Sunday Mr. and Mrs Paul Neugentand and Seafoods at this new location.COLEMAN'S .

times such as these, when we all know with what disastrous. night, with the largest congregation three children, Paul Jr.,
Donnie and Diane of New York Starke Ice Co.
suddenness. another war could start It would be comforting to feel In a long time. There were
are visiting Mrs.
Neugent's
that our military advisor was completely Immersed In his specific two conversions" -- Eugan Pad- ents Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Star-par FISH MARKETCall
gett and his daughter, Lavlna
Job. I ling. Mrs. Neugent will be re-
President Truman has been quite frank about who shall get his Lang.. They will be baptized I membered as Miss Vera Lee Starling Street Starke Fla. PHONE 12
September 18, at 2 o'clock In the
hands in the pork barrel. We all know that, almost of necessity, the I .
creek at the old ford below
party system Is built upon votes and rewards, but If ,we lose sight/ of Strickland house They will be Mrs. A. J. Fender. and children !

the ideal "the best man for the Job", we are looking for trouble. Is Tellowshlpped Into the Long visited her mother Mrs R.

General Vaughan, In his position because he Is the man with the Branch Church on September Z">. I Li. Batten In Theressa Sunday.

greatest military knowledge, or Is he there because he has friends It seems we have more snakes Miss Shirley McRae had at

'",'ilo contribute generously to campaign funds? than we ran ninnugo around 'dinner guests Sunday Misses
Bonnie and Marlon Crawford of
Heilbronn and Miss Hazel South-
erland of New River.
I
Miss Barbara Ritchie of Starke
1
spent last Tuesday night; with .
Miss Gwendolyn McRae

Mr. and Mrs Robert Myilck :;

and daughter, Kathy, spent Sunday ,
nt Lake Geneva visiting Mrs. I rk t fk
A'ercr 11-U-1' lief ore You T-/M" Sue Myrick. Valuable
700
Mr and Mrs. William Moss

and children have moved back to nP r

I his section from Alachua .
." Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas .. .n -,-- '
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and family visited Mr. Thomas'

parents, Mr. and Mrs Herman

Thomas, of Rising last Thursday'
night. izrO

Mrs Robert Stalling and chil-
dren spent part of last week
Isltlng her sister, Mrs. R. C
Cannon of Rainbow Ranch near

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY HACK! 'alatka. She was accompanied
home by her mother, Mrs, Viola
THESE A MVNV Ilo.nlORORY: : MBIT MI'KCl1 SEE JAX PU'KKS: Cheshler. s 'InFORO'S
Y
:SPECIALS:; FRIDAY & SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER: 16 & 17 A large number of people from
thIs section attended the revivalat


Hunt's PEACHES, No. 2/2 Can - .. 21c services Everyone Corinth very reported Baptist much. enjoying last week the Buecr

Little Roy Thomas, son of Mr

!Pott's Assorted JELLY, 12 oz. jars, 2 for 25c and Mrs.Saturday his Russell 5th, September.birthday Thomas anniversary ,3. celebrated The-- ( "C'J01OOOCARSAFE.TY


three tiered cake WAS bnnanna

Armour's illlng and the topping white
SHORTENING 3 lb. 49c
pkg. - with pink rose buds. Around! the.

cake a spread of fern nnd pink

VET'S DOG. FOOD 4 Tall Cans 25c rifts rose buds the Blessing After Ray was opened asked! his by !
- - Y
his three year old brother, Leon,
then cake, cookies and colorful CONTEST

Frozen Colonial Sliced Strawberries lb. 25c mint candy and cold drinks were
I
Quick pk. er\ed at This home occasion with was Just celebrated the- XX J

family present '

Golden BANANAS 3 Pounds for 25c C' {
Ripe - -- -----. -,- -
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Fresh TOMATOES Pound Carton -15c Shoes Repaired
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Fresh Danish CABBAGE Per Pound 5c WIIILE-U-WAIT to U\ .for a free and free: safety> N E." .,..' dWhir mpfet,. *rth,
tar
: blank
- Bring YOUr contest entry .sid." R0di0r,
f. : oR 0'ff'T".
V year D .,
get ,

RED TOKAY GRAPES Per Pound - lOc New Low Prices! insi9n'c.SO words for rout. or less car: o the entry: should blank be camPiele: safety-' Orld"wT&H.:: .0"1trvtks .,lOtto Y MOdel,, F"(0 s,P"OIJO/j V_d ,If U,.> HS

mir Soles! .a/ In Ibis stolements! A II tors 0nds. o' 4111 S 0'r,, ; 'i:Air's H::,:8ui0. T9in; ; :r Ae4er IO

50 Y checked:\ periodically: beeouse'I Your Corl sr/ E,, Wi"rI.o. uL > ''"''Pp.gsvirhsfl-jnch
$1 : iQnal
f Mealy Western SPARE RIBS Pound. - 29c (:\'n') name and address Caf- lety ConieS' I 4 'V fl''0*.,W/la/ 'P.c eily;
Print' 0'' and mail it ford 77r \\\I\ Your 4i iooJj'0o. scaSSSs: ,.
blank : (o
Chicagomidnigh'. S.
/ entry 722to '

Pure Creamery BUTTER, Pound Roll - 57c half(\\.omen's!Sale,. Jl.UUladies' ;Headquarters entry October must 3,bear, Box.Po+tmark\ .no later with rules 200-30-$$30..13.iQ Q(.J.1(S.S. s4vl SQ1I9'ggt 800lld,,

do"e
i in aCCor;; (ll. SSO\OI1I9'
award.d

PIG FEET & HOG MAUL, Pound - - lOc 1 Lifts 23c; up y/ Prizes Set forth will on b.the ocial((; entry blank. 9 p 8o"d c5,

SIIOKS: SIIINEI:

Fresh Sliced LIVER Pound 29c -\T-
Pig - - fREE SAFETY CHECK-UP

tr

BEEF LIVER Pound 49c STARKESHOE 5// FREE rA
Fresh
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Ca. FRYERS Dressed-Drawn Pound 49c REPAIR

Shipped M. F. Hudson; Proprietor G I'hone ANDREWS IIS MOTOR Co.?

.term.. su form Park. Theatre -Madison( & Adam Ht" -
ROAST Pound 39c Starke Fla
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER: 18, 1948 BRADFORD COTTNTT TELEOHAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA

IS : .. _ _ P.tfiK THREC
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for the coming year took place. so began classes last Tuesday three months. Eiland of Sebrlng and( Mr. and nt I'IHke.; .Flurliln this AllgiivtI .11 1141 Court and cause, whoroln plaintiff

9* Those elected are: Pres., Dulcey About 25 students necessitated, Mrs. Al Perrln of Green Cove I I 31: 1949. tUKKlI'Mf iF'7' ti.) A. .7. ThnmilH' ., hacks 1tvnr<*.. Bratlforil County
Keystone infer it IAI. SKA): 1.1) A. .11. Thomnlt '
Heights URIIRT'" Aa I'liTk of unit) ) ( ,,ulrt. Tolnrarh "hall publlnh thin Or..r
u|. Brown; Vlce-Pres., Michael Red. the usa of a separate bus for Springs. Aa rifi-h, ,.of nalil Court. I l"v? tin v"" I'rnttby. I l>. ('. In nuxt four w Akly limuva.
fearn; Sec., Ann Vance; and Keystone Heights girls and boys. Mrs.V.. H. Redfcarn enter- IV Haven Oronliy.: I>, C T. Krnnk Ijiiulruni, 8turkt>. Plorl.lu" W)It noun, my tianil :and offIcial'
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mlHil By Mm. II. L. :Morgan Jr. I tamed on Thursday with a de- lohn J llftmlfrHoii.. lOng.$ : Jlli-har, Atty. for I'lf u-a.t 8-a.i null I at "",,'k..s. FHnKlii. Uiln AU g T. t
Treas., Huntley Redfcarn Jr. Heretofore they had been trans non' Illllltllitir i l Jnckaonvllle.)I I"iu'r lula. IK, 1949.OFFICIAL.
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ported In the same vehicle with llghtful bridge luncheon at Keystone Slightly! lined Remington Deluxe Atly. for rif. 9-1 41S3: 1 In flrrult ('onr., llrmlftiril ( nuntr. ( UK: ';A 1.1 A. J. 'Th..u.

KEYSTONE! PLAYHOUSEANNUAL : 15 Starting a aeries Thursday of three classes September On students from surrounding terri Inn at 12:30: p.m. Portable Typewriter urare I In Circuit (........ Hrniirttril Cuuntr. (Kli.rlittti Jnhn In 4I.nn.r.Ilrguu liHiiitr,". plaintiff.( VKHIIUHl.fth By Haven Croaby.Aa Clarlc:: D.of C.Inuy aald Court

tories. Attendingthe high Yellow chrysanthemums centered I bargain/ at0.: Clniiil. i I"I.rIIej. In ItOutuurt hMHt'rry. : ) klHUtir, I lll'fDIItlllllt. 1-llKtl. ...,lilHii. ', Htnilnn' IlKllf., Tll) n
JIEETIJra: Parlimentary Law will be asI
com I CoriiehiiH' llalllnirrtr, I'laln-' :N./ 76112 lIne' h. Kl.irl.la.'
At an Informal menced. The second series of school for the first time are: the long luncheon table new. Bradford County. Tele ttff, \'''. Iiitrothv M...' ItttlllnHur, IIPftntlnnt. I 4 leI*. nt W'.hll..tI..n nntl %t.ft.l totlmritr. Ally. fi.i IMf 5.56 41, i .11
Covered Dish' Linda Walker Frankie Walrath. which wns set on tho spacious graph. ('.... No, Hit.1 !) 5.'I' tI'I'i! OK KI.OHIIIt C...
Supper at the Woman's Club on classes will be on the subject dining porch of the Inn. Dainty I,i Orrter nt !''W. ,'"I Inn nnil NiHIt'' ti: EII''I: t ll Itinifr, whoNo rt'"'tiloiirci.V In Circuit, Court. nmdford CKlorlilni 0"7.
"The Simple Debate". Ann Vance Marilyn Ann Hush- | S lirnr. SI' '! OK KIOIIIItill ntlilri-itH, I.Miinhattiin, ; StIll' Hi.nPltnl. In ('h.n.......
Monday September 5. twelve ton and Nancy Hearst. All grad tallies. with a birthday emblem \........ of* \ |'|.lltiit'Ion I.,. 'n' IkrtnlNollfe I liorotnv. ;.Mnt> HHlllliKel I I I ', wlu.ni. > iral. ) V IU.IHNo.. :<< II. \nrd'a. iHliiiul.,, Mllivwn, Nt-lHon, "''1011,1 1ff. VH. :
members of the Keystone Playhouse Upon completion of classes marked each place and IN hi'lfhv' KtVfii I that 1.. II. I d'teu' IH. unknown I>I :Si- . uated from the local school In everyonewas : : I I Vim are rtviiitifl' to on I I I You .
local Powt'll I I I lie hnlilul I of t tilt fullonlnic I npponr" 11115 rrtiulroil, (to appt-nr on 74KKOrtUr .
junior dramatic work will start on a three act June. much siirpit.sod! to learn that u'ert "loHtoa I linn Olttl. Haiti rertlfl-I tit'toht' i ::1 I. lIt 49, t in f thi> nhtivf 'nani'MliCiMiit fit'toiler, :I. 1141' III till' llhtivt' nunitMt) of Pnbllratloni and NeSt
/group directed by Mrs. Jesse L. play to be presented to the pub. It was the hostess's! birthdayAfter rat, H fm" tax tli'fil I ti a he IHHIUMIlht I I' and; iliumhffeln. ) CluOtit Itt Court. anil tmiHi* whi>rt'ln I I,lul I'ntler I fo A""...
Hill ,1 : -ioon., : ''h.. t ..i't t Iflu\ .uttt immlicrHinn ; I ni'fkH illitittM I I llrnilforil. t'onntv HIM'kM .lll\0ltl) ft tMIHttlllV A tlllltrolof "cr51: 01" 1.011111' TliIt ,
and Mrs. Ralph L. Thomas, lic. The second project of the I GIIU.Slil: ) ROYS receiving the felicitations! yum' .H ..r Innuitiii e. 1 ih) ** .I"M''II"- I Ilion THfirmph. ; nhall\ ptihllnh I I I thin Or tier. minor, i.hlMrtin., Itiiitifottl, ('""nIY ,,-', Xal.In.-kl' I NolHon, W hose. -
held their annual meeting. Huntley club will be a "Radio Show" to GOING TO (l.l-F.rK of her luncheon of I the, proptiland. the n..H'. I )In next font t' \\t>tl4lv' |HHIH, l'O. TflfKinph she II .iiiihllnh) I thin Ortlvr ,ulehuel'. IN, Ho: ,u tli Hopmttfidow' tI-
guests was !serv! I \\ltnenn I liantl. nut .official) ) ntnl I In ) .'.
In ulilrh \it! \\IIH UHHeHHeil are u* my It noxt I font ut't-kly I lHHiitHVltiittHH .. 1C1".II'v. .nn..ttr..l.
Redfearn Jr. the president, be given\ probably next spring; Freshman students who wentto ed. follow. t''i't tirirllli'I I .No. 70 \cut r ofInminnrti nt Sim I Ii.'. Kloilila) thin' Annual ; \ ) my liMinl ,antl, of fit'lal nnnlat You: are requIred I to appear onHptmt
presided. I The newly elected officers Gainesville Sunday in order to Mrs. Al Nelson was high at May 31. VII 11147 llnrrlptlon I SI. ,IM4MtlFl'MCIAt. Ntnrki, .u', riorlila) I.hl."lfll'" I'r 27. \I I'M'I.\: 'I) I In above namprl
I of pitipvrt : K1: .. ..I NU I *.* ( SKAI. A. .T. Thomnn, ::11. ,I'M'ItiFKU'lAI.' Court mitl cati.,.. whwrMn plaintiff
Three new member Duloey were Installed with Prt.sldt'nti be ready for Freshman Week at bridge winning a set of attractive -, of SV.' I, Svi'llon II I, Tounnhlp 3Houth An t'lu'ik: ,'t mi II eu"r"1 I ( .. sn\f A. .1. Thom.lH, w.'.ekn illvorr) Uradford County
Brawn Bobbe i Redfearn handing the gavel over the of Florida I Unmet2j Kant, tontiilnlnu, I'V Ifavpii I'ronhv. It 4', I An "'"'rk of Hiihl tiiuit. I .I"II'"I'h. ) shill puhllnh) thlit Ordrn
Bnstedo
University trimmed Mrs.E. .
and Joyce were Raid glasses. 10 ......0.. morn 01 I.*... Nnino hiM ,1..hn.1 ll I I<'u'iuI.ruuut KHII: Ht.ho..cl"i' ) I'V Haven I'roMhv, l lT I'. e neSt four' wf*' 'kly InmiAa.AVItnf .
Brown were admitted to the il to Miss Brown.PTA Dale Siprelle son of Mr. and Mrs. R.Brown nec'fanil( withnovelty hlt'h aHHHHHetl.: I'".o'I.. on. !Stottl, en. non/",: Jncknonvllli') 1 Kloiltla Km nk I.ut ul ruin, lIi': ."i k ., Plorliln' I PR my hand: and off!MaiIPH
club. I W. J. Siprelle :who will take an salt and Blinkers i"'I'Ulh..I.I.. : ... 72tar of I tHHuanee, for t. 11-3 4t D :23 ,tt( ,,,. for I'lf.; u-a= 4t 8-a.l tit. .Clerk, Floritlii) thin Au.''<*t
EXECITI\K; pepper May 81, .\.I". I I'.MT. l I.H i>rl| Business discussed and decided BOARD MEETING; : engineering course ; Kay Bcull, a.. her prize. Recipients of other ,propel, "ty \t >, of rt\\' V4 of SK'4;' rtee- I.. Iri-iilt ( .....,. llrntlrttril ....n I.., :\.>tli*. *.tf '.........."..n for. Tnv llrrilllonnv \21.OFFICIA T. RFAIA.? or. Thomftn
I I lOll I J. TmiiHhlp I II) South, UaiiKe2J I Kltirltln' I In t hmii'rr I I Kill No. I 18113. An riArk of saId Court..
upon Included a limitation of j Keystone Heights PTA Executive I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. prizes were Mrs. C. J. Btistedo Kiint: c..n..lnill"! 20 ",.,... mornor 4'tIll r l.u, H. .1 oh ul.l ISIS, I'liilnllff.I I ".. Notion In 'livri-liv gl.'ui I thatV. HSllilfy. I1v llftvn Crosby! F). C.
membership to 20 and Beall who have recently returned and !Mrs. R. L. Walker. I .It'nn Nairn. I In \t tilth iiHni'HnmlCameron : Miirv I.ew' I.'II I It iii. u' .lolinntiiii' 1 llof.'tnliint ) thr liKl.lfr..: of (:It": following: II..IIiM! V KnlKht) Hlnrko. Fli, .1",.
a regular I Committee convened on Slovti t.'ii. All of Hiilil pio- I 11. Nu. 74'H1 ,'"'.lIt.I.I u's him, fll.'il Niil.l c..rtlflflll )- AtSy. fI' |I'lr, N-2* 41 i 1
meeting time of Thursdays at Tuesday September 6, at 2 p.m. to Keystone Heights from : pt.ltv' l.tMiiv In the County of Itrail- Orilrr ..r I'llhlli'mlltiil. I unit \ ..t tIC ,., .'K for, II tllX ,llPfll, to, tie issullIulI ,
7:30: California and Bill Demery son W. I.. Reynolds is a patient at I fortl. Stale' ..r Kl.irl'lit' I'lilt-nn ,'h % 11111-nr., I' % l'I'; OK II.iItII.> 1 ttit Ih'itMin I I Tim rwrllf Icatw numlifmanil .In Clrfittt ('e.ieuiirslfr.I. (oiinti .
pm. at the Town Hall. at the home of the president Rhndycrest Hospital In Starlle. I i'urt irIuut" or <.>.rtif' It.alt.H shall'" lie'rtt1iMin '1 Mm;. v I I.....* 4'nlHJar t ) .lohnHton., u I hont. > >'t>nrH nf, iKHiiiinfu., thn ilnnrrlp. t Klnrliliii. In liiinrrrtI'auhn .
Election of officers to / Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. A budget of Colonel and Mrs. T. H. Dem I .>d .ttttortllnMT, i.. law I thiipro-j I I rt'Mlil) ,iK f AT ntliht'HH, I In unknown, I tillS nf (1100 iiroiiurly( and I he namtIn >. < "c"'n.lIlIrr." i \ \ .* -
serve Mils Mabel Johnson sustaineda Voll. lie', .. ,*, ). K ,. ft.,. ,,,ul.uou ,
ery. former residents of this pel,'IV ilt'Mi. i.11>..,1 In M'h, .1.11 t Irate |1"1.,1 to appt'iir on I u huh It11" HitHt.HHi'il nri* .imfulloUH on. n < rtrn" aOrtlrr -
was composed and plans for the Mi-pt. .1 0 I 111'9, in I iht I, > ahoM< nami'tl iVi-llflt'iilu No 7449!I
broken In fall last Wednesday 1174 YmirOf
t 'If"It
arm a or i.1 t alH will hi< Holil to thhluht '
formulated town now of Arlington Va. Bill hltltli-r '. I'0>I 111'1 'iiittl. ,I'liiiHtt w herein) plaintiffm I I iNKIIUIIft', I'ulu: ). I IlKHCrlptlotl), I llfiriiiilt nt ''..hll'n. S I"H ,,..>l %...I..e! ,,.
'I coming year were 't at' I the I 'uui't HOIIHW I|I .
.
\\r;,. arrived last Friday to be a house- morning. ,ilo. 'ui..,n I lh.. first l Monilav,', I In, I he I l lDlonlh II I 1'kn illxoiio, In,',u.lr.. ."i.l. '.""nl\' |I | \' : \V : of NK!< .N\V % sends. S | % f |: ..K t-ll.lllllXolnninii ,l's "
[ Other officers serving are Mrs. TolPltrnpll' shall I IIn IHHH \; 11: .rl'1 K lltl'.i. uh.I, 1'.1
Friends and neighbors feted ..November:/ .., I 1I4'I! a Iuluh In pllhll li thin Ol'c'1' n lulru"l I liinil, 1u25 ft. W |
I guest at thet.. I.. Heynolds iit'xt I finiiefklv l )iHHiit'n'ltni l.v H" ,10 .Mil! I'm, U \M 'nut' I I I.'k-
"'" R. V. Spencer Vice-Pres. ; Mrs.E. I Hit, 7 ilav! i.r :Novenih<< II,1! I 0 ft. :N i ill H 111 N 17 Cor Ht'i-l 1 IS. .
[ home on Crystal Lake before go- Mrs. S. E. McKay with a surprise this 1 flav i"f Septeinlx'l" I'M'I! i( \\ >HH 'inv hiinil. ,nntl 1 ..rfl'I,1 ,NI>II..1| T\\p H .1'.ui tine SJ K :Name 'In whichHKHt.HHt'il. : ,.I, HI.' ,.I Iu
A. Rushton Sec. ; Mrs. Ray IIKKH'I. I I nt Sliukf., Plot" Mil t thin AllHUHt, I I "Ilk II"uw fl. All I I of y.. ,n"i reti, 'i'' il I .>"i'piarl" .
birthday party Friday evening ((4 "I)-: \I.I \. .1. Thoniiix' .
,
to Gainesville .
ing on Monday. :Ilii I'M'II'l'TIl ,: Jfl |ii th..vt> I
Hearst, Tread.Chairmen t lerU, of i'lit.1111 ('. of IlinilforilColiim mi Iti pmpprty' tiplng I In th<< I t'onntiof :'tIlut. "" .1' I n
September 9. .uri ( '' 'I! !. 8n\l.: .nil i >" .. F
( ) A. J. ThonuiHAa Iliailfonl. Stat of Kl.irl.ln, (tin Conit I I t .ul"' vt >p ,plaf
I. l"iuuidui.i llUIt V-JO
of various committees Second year students at the Jane McMurlry: baby daughter I II | I'ltiik. of Haiti ('"",'1 I less mil'h ft-rtlfInntft( or. I'nrtlfIrntoi., ._.> 'kK .llv.irt'i) 1..1, "'.
U of F Include Richard E. Clapp.Jr. : 1v Utivt'ii ,'roHltH.. C. tiall l Iuu. rt'tlMpintiit' nororillnic tu, Innthr "' 1I1nl.h, nhnll put u 01 I ibIs Or r
present included: Hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle MrMurtrey I vI.I. fr'OH IIIDH Wllllnni. .v l.inic.' )llalni'H\lllf\ Pin.' I pi"tpurtv, .1.11".1) In Min-h ,rot. ''n 'tc." four w. t T. I l\ 'it'H
i Mrs. P. H. Hasklns; Study ., William J. McCrary Jr. who was In the hospital last Not h .. i lu. hi'ifhy KUt'ii" that the Allv. fi.i, I'lf. 11-2 o U-a.t: I tifliiitt I nr rrrtlfli'nlfiii I ". I will I I I li,, Nolil,' V. lInt* niv '.i ,t1! .>.! off. ..1
who mnde the Dean's List last 1 ii ton i d n| iount v < oinmlNMlomris. of. ____ to t Ih,' hlKhi-Ht) lilililur,' nt I tint f.iinlhoiiNi .. ...il'1 .u ilinkiPL, "" !"' 'tl I.' 'MA 5 ,
Group. Mrs. \V. E. Morrison and week la home now and doing Hi'mir' 'ii uf| ,'..."II'y' Kloiftluvfll.. t riM\tt In (In-iilt I I'.."..,. llrniiriirit timntt.l il '''ru'.. lh,. fit-wt' M" .t. .I' .' "I',
Mrs. \V. H. Redfearn; Safety, semester and who is majoring! In nicely. I bliU unit u II! I to A M I n Ittrk. on ortol S'I.rt.tu, I Iii C ken...,,. ,month' of. ,ti.l.pr.. 11)11)lilih, ,IKtill' ('OF .'If"AI. PKAI.I A .1. ThoMt .
foreign languages and Frank Io., t. I I'M'I!) for I th. lea HP bv) It UN' i' ;Mul.i'l .MffnhK,u ulull""..III. I'tillnllff 3: .llav .nt frtiihi. >r. I IH4II I lnitt'il 'u' I, situ f',, .
Mrs. W. J. SIprelle; Magazine Guests of the N. A. Parkers .'", from niunth to month. for VH, llal I"h| fmiieola. I H'f.'li.liuil. .'11.0 I thlH) 2.It til lIllV .,f AllHrnnt, I 1411I \ lixi.'ph I K Skipper 331 I! mlTtillhtlnK 0
Mrs. N. A. Parker; Membership\ Demery another son of the T. R. this week Mr. Parker'sbrother II..H.( It'MM i luin, .11; .....,,1 IIH 'mill' not No 75111: I official, I fun I) A. .1 I Thninna., (riorktf I r..k. fII.vl""II". Kli)". iAtty
Demery's.On are I ,. I than I is monthH rr I'lr.-nlt. (',",rt of; ITnilftrrt ,I'onnt for flf 5.25 4t
Mrs. E. R. Brown; Hallowe'en' and slHter-ln-law Mr and l, 1,1 h. p*,i'lnl clue Ii be wixtrifti'il, t>v \.n.| CI' t'I'I'; IIP IIOIIIIIl till Klorliln !)-2 41 fl-21
REPLACEMENTCosts Carnival Mrs. R A. Weeks; LIbrary the 18th Miss Ann Wiggins, Mrs. Lowell Parker of Indianapolis I the Ithtdi,! i it nil \\lth' nit o|tlmi In Itnlpll I'aiiifohi, w hoHe rfnlili'lioi), & ,
I the "I'uiii, ,il I to. iiun-hnHi. nn' 'l npply, jiltlif..H| lit :I lit |17;. 170) St. Illonx In (" .,'ult rniirt. llmiirnrd Cuuntr. ASK l FOR
Mrs. Henry Hall and Visual daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ind. ,all) "IIInl..h/ upon ttin imrrluiHOprlii :Ntr\ Voik, 'lt\ I KlorUIni. In C'h.......... I
Education Miss GertrudeK. Wiggins, will leave for Waynes- The Wallace D. ,'. ..r is nut for I tin. follow. Inir for Von lire ,reiinlri'tl t to appenr' onlitlnlier "10. II. llntlirltt. I'lulntlff) V.. KHthertlnth : CHILlS
Doylngs are "',. u II h I lie Uotird'N,. fxlHtlnK", vinltMunnt I I 1. I'Ht I ') In I lite nhtivu, ., ", *-!"'. I"ii.rf.n.t.tnr. CHNI, > :V:" -4M1 I
UP Houser. boro, Va, where she will enter buck In their attractive new (II' i* I t I"-\\It <>..*. iirw lotorcriilr C>ori. ( mitl' ,..ii.ui.'.. uht'rdn) t'I.,.11"1/I S I / 0...... o( Puhlli-atlnn. nntl Nut If* 666
The first regular meeting of her second year at Fairfax Hall. home after Mil hI..".. ..> llntlrr llrlnri,, ...'..1... ilivort'e, ,'.'. ..,.. .. ft* ttmfnr 5FEVER[
spending over a dna Iu.'p ..11>. ....t I..,__ than onht ,, riotniT, name. "Mratlfoiil I'otiiitv, STATI.1 O P I1'l.OhIlttS tnii I
the association will be held on Elmore C. Vance better knownas month In St. Petersburg. .r.HM." .,. n If li full I nifM'hnnli'iil I I II' Ti'It'KlapIltluill" ", plllillnh) I IhlH) Onler. ':-'tht'r I lull h I w 1 hone, t.i>Hltlttif.. In'i"lmn *i tMilan
..., ...... I ',. xt I font, I < I ,'I liil.n.mi'.,
at 3 I left two I r.ls. .p''cli' "It It ru hIper in n wt'Hltlv Issues Hill I ,
Tuesday September 20 p.m. "Spike", weeks Mrs. Lola Johnson and !
daughter
ago \\ iliu.w, nihiinil, anil offUMnl I nnnl 1
Ire \\lih I 1"ii day| ilovury' )| K.O J.II I You ore rpqulrnil to appear on
Let us check your Fire 11 t the school. for Clemson S. C., where he Is Mrs. II. T. Godwin and Miss HUH I Uf Kloi'IdiL, .11 "' tnrkt. 1'Iuu'IIuu' I IhlH. August Sl'ptf'lllhlM, Jtt. t !1 lIII.ln) IllUIVIliaillt'll. "

a student at Clemson College !Mabel Johnson traveled to Nichols Mills. M I 1)1) aim) I lut thwn, Hfpttrittiivr ,
.
I u'M Hl l fur urn'h ,iMttlimnt| on --.-. -- --.
SCHOOL :
OPENS -
,.,. -
insurance before its --- '
Miss Madeline Kennedy, daughter Ga, last weekend where Miss I nut'h li.,iit. atul wit h I tin* uUlilcr. no
With an enrollment of 69 pupils <',.II| hug; ,niHl, <*'MMlltlnw upon, the rt'ruw,
of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Johnson WilY a bridesmaid for the .
Kennedy .
late I i Heights School to DI'I i in' i with .HIH ninjor ,rrmlttB
Keystone
too will go to Jacksonville this wedding of Miss. Margaret Ilow.el' ulihln' I tli.<' firnt t 15 nuuithN. nf the
opened Tuesday morning:, September h'MHt'it., in, > i hi r..lI..wlllll i-xlMl lnniutpim
t 6, at 8:45.: Ten little Sunday where she wilL enter ". ni I ..r mild ltuti't.. to.wit
pupils
Riverside Hospital as a student Mrs. Pat Frailer, and Miss Ono I uliTiillltir. I' Motor '..nol.. lloilrl l
Agency i entered school for the first I 112: \* ,ltd titf ii.'hiiiiiti mill w Ithiniillt
:t time. Mrs. Caldwell's enthusiastic nurse. Gladys: Tlllis, li-avo, Saturday IiuIlI.urr gel."..h........ I.I It. urrMCiut
I morning for Sebastian and Miami .< Ion I niiilH ,lti,... iirrniil. S. grNiNOWEoIIow
Charley E. JohnsPhone I beginners are: Paula Brown. IIIKTIII\Y \RTV where they will vacation with ri.1'...*'.. itr lti"|,MMl.* rV'dI.t| tIll.I. I.I I.
IS FLA. I Dodd Michael |I. %"iirrmifeil. t I.> I I. t nuliMl. in UK u
STAIIKE. Danny Walrath Mrs. E. T. Martin entertained relatives ,'I" ,III up'',n "",'h "rntuIN, oi' at thus
1 Richard Fieldler Larry Brown at her home on Keystone Lakeon option, t ...r 'h.. Moiiril. tin i tii'Oit uporIM '
h ,, .llll. \ 95
.. '. I Paulette Tyre Mickey Baker tllll H pii
.
Wednesday September 7, at JtlllH W 'III "| ,iHO I llM thlll M4>pltl. Ilt.. .>lV
..S.p.ntlnll ::, Terry Swartzwelder Robert Red 3 p m. with a lawn party honorIng "I'd" "'t 1\ t| ,hthrt, )lloiinl for thr jml''
l bv it <.r 'ih. ,alil t'ntti Motorilnult
( and STATE FARMBy pillar
.. .. earn Robert Morgan.
.. her little who .
son Johnny i u ,il t'h tiiohMHMiir t ami& with
THE Hartford The largest local group ever was celebrating his third birth. Iuuilh'z., i r ,"t"tiirh"men in, In UK lures'
TRAYELERS. Mr... Whltflelil ,,,,,
I to attend Melrose High School al- Bran nl. ,1111 ion 'nnd. without. wumtntvpxi ,
.
day.
The CrowdsTo
-- opt. I titl.-' IH xvai i untml. for uiiMh
AiMit. ., .'...
nil liifN
-- -- -' H to lloaiil of .n. v
All the little girls present received I ri..innii-4, '.iIu-I'H.' ,' ear.. Clerk Ctrcult'oiit ,
tiny cradles with dollies IURTID\Y PARTY < .i .Mt' ". .I..\ "',..rhl... Tho, lloiiri!
Miss Joyce Davis celebratedher "11,.", i .* t'I..* elitIst to reJ.Mt iinv
i as favors while the boys were Mini' all 'iHdH, iinil. prcfcri'nctt, ....11h...
r dellghtnd with fire truc-ks. birthday anniversary with a Ifl'h.I .' I.*"*.. to hhlx HptMfvIIIK Camp Blanding
KNOW YOU ) Chocolate fake with -imty at the home of her parents. a I I"''sr i rfMitiil for. the flrct I Hiin ,
fluffy 111,, ho ,,,
('HI "f t rent t tort i 1'xl.II"; (
Mr. and Mrs C.
A Davis. Sutui
white frosting trimmed with colored i'"iiulpon 1 I ,ni u ,.if t 110", I I'".uuiu ul, IIIHV, loll
> 'day evening September 10. A IU.-IH... f uu'ut lf)' ordi of 'sit...1,1 Itonri)
gum drops and candles and 'lute .-C. pt." 'inbur If. II4't )

-i CAN GET50R4 I ice the cream wee guests.On patties. were served to from unlor Starke group of Ralford boys and and girls the I'i ..t't .F't I \1. i O. Hiiri'i-11, u 'h.." man Far These Pre-War Buys


Farm enjoyed ,a marnhmalluw'roast In I Ireiill ttiirf. llrniiririt. ftnintt.llttrlilril .

Sunday Mrs. Sidney Church anil games around a bon. I In 4 hniiecrv.
I :' John', K Muiphv." rlnlnllff, \ <. MarHha -
and her daughter, Mrs V. L fire. Then in the living room I II Murphy' liefendanl' I Cave

? Sander motored to Highlands. where arrangements of white .No "Tilj.tinier. NOW ON SALE i
..f l-iilillenllon mill ""I.'" li>
N. C., where they will spend sev- roses nnd coral vine were placed tlMi'-ar. r\ll-; I it" KI.OIIII> \ <..'

.I I leral.weeks.. at points of Interest tho lovely :.Maltha M. ;Murphy. whimu luhlllvnceiintl
,aildienii, IH nknown, : --- '
Commander Jesse kjifta were opened. In the adjoinIng You U VS required I I
I L. Hill was to nppoar nn .....0.4lli< ,-
dining room the beautifully ili ,loin. i u' I in I 111.\0\ ). In lim us .aliov. nnined vli:.
$ ) i/ recently surprised with a visit Court antl en use, herein I plaintiffHI I, LUMBER : t
) 'from Lt H. P. Henderson a for- appointed table was centered ,..eltM. tllvoiti.' Itrailfoid, "t'onntvTrlt ,,' -,- ;
.
with the traditional cake. Its iriiiidi' Hhnll puhllith thin Ord"l, tIn ROOFING
mer buddy of his whom he
had next font, weekly iHHtieH.'ItneM ..
Don'lr06; yourself to pay for freicjnf not seen In 12 years. dec'orations fiutlicr, emphasizedthe % niv hand and offlelftlui.ll I-inch sheathing -: _ _

chosen, rotor scheme and the I at Still'ko, .Florida I his Hept ivr $ jr: I
Mr. and : r-
Mrs. Kilwnrd Blhea
Get 5 bottles' of J' for the 7 IFII'iult"C'I"Y.! ,* *'* ,
,
price
and daughter!: Carol have moved tiny lighted tapers that topped .\ I, ,RR\r.' ) A..T Thnmn. I 1000( . ft el -'

of 4 JollIes of beer from Oriole St. to the the cake proclaimed the fourteenth AH c'lwrk i.f saId Court Ia I lto210 90 Lit. nun
.s, ipped 0 RuppertApts. nv iiaven) ('i', ..sIn 1'). f'.
anniversary. Slices of 'I'. l I"u!iaak u, l.a uuulruuui, Htarlte: l'lorldii',", 1''r '50

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Detweilder the rake were served with lemonade uiv, fin, "I'lf 9.U n D-3'i') I 111110) ) . __:'I:1: Per Htl.I j

itt Mrs. Davis was assisted :2x1 I $1.--2 IL /6& 2 alt _ _ _
of Jacksonville were guests of In honpltalitleH. Mrs. Marcus I I.. I.Irenlf. I I iiiirl, ,., to.'d ('.,...a) S. l-fl. I.enKlhn.
4VdLTXtth the W. J. Siprelles lust weekend by ; l-ltirliliii, In 'h..n....... IVr t"
l Reddish of Keystone Heights. ] II, II :Neldr-ldt, l-lalntirr, VH. llelnnu ; ; '25 _ _ _ _
The John W. Murrnys and Mrs. I u it r. .l.ll I linfandant. ..'...e No7ft 1 011(1) () . $ O.75 .- -

Lula Williams Mr'". Muiray's Young Johnnie Bradley of 10.Urdrr( 7-fl., l.rniclhN 5ff l.enhsl'cr ( = --
StieR
IS: .. .
d I f I..n I And Roller 'Inuu
"\ I4 mother, had as houHpgueHttt at Starke spent Thursday and Friday |ii|'''''r. "lil4> of Flttrltln. 1i.illel ",'r "*

their camp on Spring Lake le- with his grandparents, :Mr. I. n. VV :Neldfeldt. whoHil'' reHlflniii )moo) tw IDOl( ) . OU ?., -rxriKini'il I
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cently Mrs. R. K Cummins of and Mrs. J. M Bradley. j I \I 'aHhliiHlon: 1 15.1' .- Kin set 't'IeuI grrnilv. Also nliralhlnat. ".. '

cOODI : Savannah Ga., Mrs. Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Sentell Chambers' Yon: me "letinlred i flu ntipear' .mi. i x nI > II.... 1 x if. $..11p..r) 10110 antI| up. 1 K 3 anti N.. nerd. In wall( nnv .n'oi) if > on. iir oJ I n n"

rrn Richards, Mrs. Hobble and Miss of Inverness were" weekend visitors f", ,ti.her, Cniiit loth.I nnd Illl't, eatiHtf In flue. wheinliiplaintiff ahoviuntiled ,, I X I i. S:U per I 11101/( / anil' up., roof. Dnrnlilp' .allruclitr. unit in eolor. .

Bobby Weaver Miss Ruth Mottlnger of the former's parents Mr. 'I I I iteekH. dlv'iren i I trlil lr..rol j
(''',,inI. )' TeleKraph Khnll pnhllBli. thin)
Bee! Mr. and Mrs Kd Stntni. and Mrs. J. E. Chambers.Mr Oitler' ,lit next four weekly I iHHiieMVllneHH ,. !

I ,_ NIs Nissen and Dr Otto Tonis- and Mrs. J. C. Wallace \ niv hand nad offl, ''III> ATTIC
OfJ all of Jacksonville o., ill al I Klalke: Klorltla' I his Hi-pit PLUMBING .
sen. ,returned Saturday from Lake II. I 'tilffiKI'li'lAt,
J 'a How nice It Is to see the F. M. Worth when'. they had visited f I I., l HiAI.,: ) A J. Tllomai" u
.\" t'lwrk ..f .RI Ill' fourt.
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Walraths, Sr back from their Mr. and, Mrs.. \\'. J. Lang* fur a flv Haven froMhy I li. f'. Vitreous FANS

summer home in Royal I Pines, N.f week. .lohn,. .F. I MenderHon, F.'I.| III.''hill, u ,dH.MI I ..
A X iREWIKO C3MPAHY. CKtONUIllE I FLORIDA. 1 Illdir .1 f,lekHonvlll I I I.., Florida, ChinaTtiilels
They have been Kfine for over Spencer Crews left Sunday for .It'v.' r..i ,rir D.II 41 II 'I oIII

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E'SKSEISK' ?? P S. Crews. accompanied by 4 ,lr.>itlt < .t...r.. llrnilrtiril f iMiiilr, I Inch\ .
'' I l lrII. ..i lit 4 I..u..........
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P Mrs. E K. Redding! and Minxes .tIn./In .1 I Koxak )rialtitlff.. ,. vn AVu, 1 05) U so ;':;
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You ought to be ., Ki.lnlt _
Betty Williams and Erma/ Jean In 1\. In'f.nil.tinam. )2'
"I'M I! Inch .
Godwin took him to Gainesville Hitler. .,.r I'liltllt'iitltin. .
driving a nail Ntillei* lptipe.r 'Itillel. roi'iii'fd: from Sill\.* ) |iuh !SlontiDDf .
0. rhromv
L9 Miss Mantle Htitrhlni of Sturke l 'ul,l\li I l'; lip' "'I."tlU'' liI, *, ) 's (
\\ .utl''u, .V ">ak. wh"..* retld.'". '. I flush vn'enMHII! mili't of pipe anil fillinu-i Ilenry-iluly roolinx fnnn of pre."a niiultly a\
f7fJ
spent the past weekend' with .i- : | I iih;, At Mime, Nowark, N I IVon ul ."ait;,.. ,prlri". ICHH thnn, pre-war a hoiruune! .priirn! I Ifnml.it. -
: I Miss Peggy Cnldwell I ai.. > ." 1111.1, ,ti, uppuai. Iu i ii.
i.... I i..l. l...i 'I.I I'll'I ', i In, the ahi.M. ,"",.. d1'inirt
During/ the> past week Mr. and ,, anil .mine' wherein plaln'lff' !

I Mrs. W N North and their. turn, 'M..kn .ill \ 'll'" <>. lliadfiMd, f'uunti,,, ELECTRICALYALLBOARD' SHEET IRON?
leKlatih, Mhall' ,ptlhllHh) IhlH Utdiiin
Hilly, visited Dr. and Mrs. J. II
I nexl I ftmi, r ss u.,'I..y) |HHIIIM"
Freeman In Durham. N. C. Rev Wlt"\,, haii'l,.,, and., i.fflilal. I ,tlit I
Stark. ., \KI..I, liln. 'tills .\ngii t I I..... h.,..... a t, .M,'li I....,.) ,"nil .. .pluulu hrnI, .. .......1 InuIsll. .... f OItlinl.I. flat .,...'.1 sheets ISuiallel.
and Mis. G. Van Stephens' In 21\\ lltl'l' .. .......t. ...It..I.) .. I''....,
Angler N C.In.1/ Commander flil'KI"" 'f\l. Hi,.: \ /F.l .\.1 I TIn )", ,", ., ''''''1'1... It........ or II ,. Cflll. C "iunliI t.... 'rl.n.n.l.. ..nI' U\: .p.. I '..n.I..... sIxes, II Ii h... .,',.
.c- .\ I 'l'i 1 il,tu ..ifaid .,,. ll it ti il rril .*f lir r rt'iMimn r I<,IM.t tInni' .
anti !Mrs O J. Heavers in Columbia : lnuuo. I ..1..1. SIB LIeS' SuSHI ala.' .hers'. a ""' .
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I Any. f.n IMf i J ****!**! r<|iil|MMitl Ml .* I hit i* j J
__ S C., returning, home iniikvr'M .*..... '.t. ft.. h..>rttfr. I. per ..l, ItI
la u.. 1 Irt'iill I 'tiarl. llratlritrtl. C.ttiilr.
'I j Sunday. I 'lorlilal' In I h. ...." .
I FJn route to thi'lr home In V> lllliuii I I I I II I U .'man l. 1'1.I ,. nu, 'i,
'I "..II''". [,.".'" WcriLiti., ,I', r. ii|>".
,| Pal.itka, from a vmntlon trip to I I'HMI. V.. Titllll
LQuh4 ana. Mr. and,I Mrs. Martin llrtlrr. .ir/ 1..hll..I1.I I iiittlttler 4ttplirar. .
I'j Hltli: 1,1' rMillllll 11.1 i LTA' I <$>: uq,: jy :
I jru-inaii and their children, Jonn' :N"EIol.esu'; M WeinalJ, w 111.5. i. Pu ..
'and Hilly were supper guests. of lit ''I, e A .adtlu-HH. \I. I II. W1, I, _
'Si, I' i.-In.if. in-. lunti 'Inlnnil,. :V ",'
i'Mr. and Mrs. M K.:; Grln'r Tu.'.- v.in. are retiiii| ,>tl I to app. it'I.I I.
lay. I t'i I i..1.1.t 1. I I'M'I. 'in I, I Hi,.. al I ". tl
u 'I'irt, .",..1,l innti. wli.i.li., ptulnlirr, ,
j Mr. and Mrs Jack Nelson of ...kx dlv.,. .. Itradfonl, intTVIeuiaph \ IIth1! 1

4 lag,.,. { Jacksonville were overnight shell puhllMh 'hli' ortl..*, PICNIC TABLES
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in tout fotti, weekly ]MMIIxvitnei < _
guests of Mr. and Mrs. rt. VV my hand and rri ui u 10,1) .
Enjoy a Picnic Party in
BrannenSunday

it! ** n Wmitlurful Carar< ntl, rfnt Iii, var! Mr. and Mrs. Milo Selgler and Your Own Hack Yard $2.75 lip

their baby son Mike of Tallahassee BEAUTIFUL HOMED

visited Mr and Mrs. Bry- WElDING

\( herever you g i) you bear |rople, talking. Inint the new "'..nill", "*. Whitfield last week.

*' \aliimllv: a great mails |jepIe| talk'' firM alMiut I'otitufV. taitiuy. Mr and Mrs. A C. Davis hud ? r.c tfI.lAi'J Windows Only- $875 1(011)' :

'-'- ; .. Btafiiliiig branly. a* their guests Sunday Mr. and' Single I sash ala.! ('set IS

;'C' ,,. A peat many others nay they have heanl mmrtu of I'IMIIM.--, ,j.r. !\In. J. H. Strl<;klnnd and their I I d"wII at l los'4 than ,

\; ft>.."' ."..... lid alvrtnriM in irS Sic., its ntntMitli lii'''' ..,". rnli, an.1"l I he, son Johnnlx. of (Gainesville. ( freight ....Mt. Built fr ,m finest oTrnmnlSKK material.; !

-"l'' wonderful' ronvcnienrr. of (>M, Ilyilra-Malic I I )r.e.. Mr. and Mrs John I' ( 9 lAte .
Turacyand ,. i : IhU 2-hedoom bcaul/' on ill.'pl.., aJ
." :;.I' Hill) o.h..1\\ what Iht-T have heanl, alwnit "l'oiili';' f'proiMi their children of Frultland I Only

\' y Anil well they. might, for ,loiiti<- m. wnnililv ,.1'.1.)1..' .,A...'.. ih* Park were visitors of Mr. and I Camp Illunilinc.Open> .

..,.y""' ''''.. Anil, it M ... IhnrmiKlilv: "fleirnilii| ) li' that it Hill j.dve Mrs C. M Turney from .Friday WM offi-r the ...-..p''. '.f Stalks, $1 15 -.--- .t'- .. ....
of pleanure .n.' .rh perforinatH'A( .with only iniiiiiinervirin ...''n I
_ yearn auiN, until Sunday. II "
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Mnn. thru cat R V .
)". ( ,.m.. in MMIII anil, get the t.A."# Piailiaf1. mory.f.iftr I I
I Mr and Mrs A. t>. Crews find anil tlilnlly one of. the rnontni'Mltrii Double hung 12-lile ttinduws only $7,93 to :5 ".M.. Cloned buiiilajr.
: .ff.'."...% ".1.*npttnntt .fi mil N WW. or eifrn rtMf.
family attended the reunion of I

.5r."W': ;:;, : :: : : ::; the descendant of David B. and and flni>i( fiiilppei| | I

f._ IdelU Browning/ which was held Leaders In REAL l6w Cost Housing!
Mrltllny shape anywhere.All .
the Union '
at County home of Mr.I
YOU CAN'T MISTAKE A PONTIAC Silver Slrrak .|. |II>K ....1
J-1 .Inkinx new itmlie), by "'i.hrrC'OIObo m.lteh" l'# $l'> .'oUII.." and Mrs Jo. W. Holmes Sunday Work (;uaranteedSMITH'S

truly be most .beautiful' bag on wbecla., Other relatives who assembled at I ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP

the Crews home for the event GARAGEAND ,

were Mr. and M..... P. E. Faulfc-'

McGRIFF MOTORSTemple I ner and Mr. and Mrs. Benrie, = MACHINE= SHOPtrntflf t AMI' HI.ANDI.NC;, H.A. I* f). IWJX 5ft STAHKE, Kt.A.

Sheppard and children of Jack

Ave. & I'ratt Sts. Starke.! Fla. sonville. Mr. and Mrs.. Cecil 1:1'1 .\'''. Siarko'

i land and family and }.f.....

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FOrK BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA FRID."'. SEPTEMBER 18.13f.!

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Woman's Club Miss Reddish To Wed I National Guard Junior Club Has

Begins New Year Mr. Fitzsimmons Enjoys PartyAt Regular I I

t ) With Youth Program Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddish of I Kingsley Lake The Junior Woman's ;

j I Starke .announce the engagementand its monthly meeting at I
The first meeting of the new i Around 70 members of the local
approaching marriage of : Building Thursday
J club year was held In \Voman'sI I their daughter: Margaret ],; National Guard company and tember 1.Membera.
Club Wednesday, afternoon at 4 v..lyn'l' their families and friends enjoyed
to Robert Charles were
June Caldwell Office o'clock.A: I of Jacksonville, son of Mrs. Lll- a company party In the enlisted the Club House,
Residence discussion on youth men's recreation club at
Editor: I'h..no 29 panel lie Splvack and :he. late Charlie f I i has been completely
Ph. State Form 4.1
conservation wan conducted by Camp Blanding last Friday night.
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FItZHlmmons. of diet: city. Two new members
I .. C. S. Partln principal] of Bradford The wedding will be solemnlyfd ; Inspiration for the party was on, Mrs. Jack Trawlck .
I High School In which representatives '- on Saturday evening, Septem .a prime beef which was pre pnt- N. B. Rosier. ]

Recent Bride WMU Circle Two of various civic organizations her 21, at 8 o'clock In :the Eliza- I I..d to the company by the Battalion Mrs. C. L. Cunle,

Honoree At ShowerThe Holds Meeting I told what they are beth Swain Memorial Methodist Commander, Col. Robt. B. Chairman, who was In
I doing! and what they are planningto Church. The Rev. Cathca-t vill Harkness of Lake City. The the program, attend.'I

Woman's Club of Stark Circle 2 of the Baptist WMU do In providing activities for officiate at the ceremony. Fol- beef, together with pork and fish, Stock, of the North } i,

was the rene. of a lovely bridal met at the home of Mrs. W B. young people> Taking/ part In lowing the ceremony a receptionwill was barbecued by Nelson Green Bank, who showed an
shower last Saturday honoringMrs. Alexander on Tuesday afternoon, the discussion were G. S. New- be held at 3320: Fleet Ave. and his assistants, and served to ing Him entitled .

J. B. Godwin of the State September 6. comb, president of the Rotary! All friends of the couple are Invited. the men and their guests with A delicious salad

Farm. Hostesses on this occasion Mrs G. R. Matthews gave the Club; H. A. Bishop, Jr' presidentof cole slaw french fried potatoes, served by the hOlltl! !
the Lions Club; A.'J. Thomas,
were Misses Madge Brown devotional. Mis. A. J. Thomas and coffee.After Evelyn Stump and
Jr., of the American
adjutant
lee, June Caldwell Janet Anderson. program Chairman, Introduced Miss Mary Heintz the feast dancing was Mrs. R. L. Alvarez
Legion Post; and') Mrs Marian' '
Betty Ann Flynn and Joan Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Thomas, I enjoyed until a late hour. Pass a.id Mrs. A J.
Girl leader.Those .
Carney Scout Weds Max D. MannMr. ,
Carpenter.Pink and Mrs. Matthews who discussed I
participating In the program
California King asters and the subject "Gifts that enrich Farewell Singing >
.were Introduced by Mrs. and Mrs. Wm.o. Heintzof I Party
white azalea mums against a the globe. W. R. Morse chairman of hostesses Starke announce the marriageof For Edwards
background of native greenery Mrs.V, L. Andrews, Circle for the afternoon. The Wayne The Bradford I
pro. their daughter, Mary Ellen, to
' the charm of the setting of the business Convention will meet ,
enhanced Leader, had charge gram was planned by Mrs. Ruby I Max Delane Mann son of Mr. Mr and Mrs. C D. Edwards :: : 1
the ernoon at 2:30: o'clock
of this lovely party. mef'tln'i'hlll/ being Johns chairman of Youth Con. and Mrs Clyde Mann of Mum. entertained Tuesday evening First Christian Church 1 : I
various g I
of the
Upon arrival the guests were last meeting year Mrs. An- 'I servation. : ford. Ala. on Tuesday Sept. 6, In with a surprise "going away"party I Everyone Is Invited to ]I
to the reclving line reports were given. .
presented During the business session Starke.At for their son Wayne who
composed of the hostesses, their drews gave her report and expressed 1 plans were approved for redecorating the present time Mr Mann leaves soon to attend school at

honoree, her mother, Mrs. Peggy her thanks. to the members i the interior and exterior I Is serving In the U. S. Navy. Montverde, ]'Ia. .../',

Tilley, and the groom's mother, for their cooperation duringthe i of the club building, installing Mrs. Mann Is employed) In the The people enjoyed a
young
:Mrs.\ J, G. Godwin, of the State At the clone of the .
year. I gas heat, and sanding/ the floors I personnel office of the GreenCove wiener roast and games for several -I For Fine Eating
Andrews, retiring
:Mis
Farm. meeting/ Naval Air Station.
,with a Mrs. Junlim M. Smith tendered : Springs hours at Hampton Lake.
Adding to the enjoyment of the lender was presented her resignation as President of
Mrs. Ira Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Edwards were
occasion! was lovely backgroundmusic flower basket by the Club, and the duties were 'Mrs.I Mixon Hostess and JackUnderhill.
from the circle members for assisted by Mr. Mrs. and FineWILSON'S
played throughout the aft taken over by Mrs. W. R. Morse, .
]leader. Those enjoying the
her splendid work as a I To Young MatronsThe /
ernoon by Misses Betty Ann. first vice-president. The successor party with Wayne were J. E.
Flynn and June Caldwell. Mrs. F. Shaw, new leader for to Mrs. Smith will be chosen at .
her Young Matron's Circle of Tomlinson, Tommy Harding Jr.
outline of
The on the circle gave an a npeclnl Executive Board meet. Value
many lovely gift were Theda Braden, Bobble Wiggins,
at
the Piesbyterlan Church met .
for the :
work planned year be held .
Ing to soon.
Punch poured by
display. was
Lawson, ,
Jerry Algerine Lloyd
Mrs. Alexander assisted by herdaughter the home of Mrs. John Mlxon
Mrs. A, W. Anderson, Jr., Misses Billy Dodd Reginald Underhill Ne
8 with
Wilma, served refreshments Thursday night at p.m.,
Marian Brown, Monty Hutchlns to the 23 members and WMS Executive Board nine members present.The Vernon Underhill, Allege Lawson,

and Peggy Caldwell. Others To Meet 20 meeting was presided over Sandy Breedcn Patsy Benton,
two visitors present Sept.
assisting the hostesses were Mrs. by Miss Lucile Mitchell. The Ronald Andrews Ocle McGee, i'at
J. Q. Caldwell, Mrs. H. L. Brown-
Delano Thomas, Earl Alvarez,
The executive board of the program was In charge of Mrs.
lee, Mrs. George Flynn Mrs. Sam Miss Fitch To \Ved WMS of the First Baptist Church II. H. Patterson Arrangementswere Ellolse Thomas, Harold Lennon, ,

Anderson, and Miss Frances Jewett C. Fogg will meet at the church Tuesday made to continue to help Sylvia Alvarez, and Joan Ten-

Caldwell. September 20, at 2:30:: o'clock. the Young People's meeting on l Iy.
The bride was presented witha Monday Afternoon All officers and circle ]loaders Sunday nights. Plans were also .OLENUTLEY 0

serving dish of her selected Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Fitch of are urged to be present. 'made to cooperate with the Ladles Masons Enjoy
pattern of china by her hostesses The monthly program and busl- Auxiliary In placing flowers In CORNED BEEF.HASH
the
Rush City, Minn., announce Chowder Supper 1 Pound 21c
in remembrance of the occasion. i engagement and approaching neae meeting will be held at 3 the church.An .
Enjoying this affair with the o'clock. The newly elected of. enjoyable social hour followed -
marriage of their daughter, De- After a two-month recess
hostesses and honor guest were leers will be Installed by the the program, with refresh I
Mr. Jewett C. Fogg
ores, to Bradford Lodge No. 33: F & A M
friends from Starke and the pastor, Rev t. D. Haines. ments served by the hostess.
son of the late Mr. Chesley Fogg; held their first meeting Monday i TENDER SHORT SHANK
State Farm.8&PW ,
and Millie Wasden Fogg of night, Sept. 12, :with a goodly 1 lib. 29cNational
Sta rkl number attending.The can

Club The wedding will be an event I first degree was conferred PICNICS
of Monday, September 19 at 5
To Meet MondayThe Catholic c upon n candidate as a courtesyto
o'clock In St. Edward's Pine Hill Lodge No. 9 of IJralldCOUl'ilm

of the Church on Temple Avenue.No Brooker,
September meeting after which the lodge I
Starke B&PW Club will be Invitations are being sent I was closed for the purpose of enjoying HKEF, 12 oz. Sic; SUGAR CURED Ib.&
but all friends of the couple are I 2..7c
heM Monday evening, September a delicious fish chowder" SMOKED
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19, at 7:30 In St. Ed ,Invited. n..n' ".
: p.m. itch, 'I'-c'Uon. coiiio and cineLions lucky) ones elected were Valerie supper prepared by Bro. A ar'
ward's Recreation Hall. Tile go, but the one held here I II Denmark Montle Hutchings.I Rowland, assisted. by Freeman I
President Mrs. Pauline/ Torode, WSCS To MeetThe I II Tuesday> certainly broke all records I Phyllis Strickland, Clara Thomas, Register Jr., and Mack Futch. Luncheon :Meat 12 oz.. 3 for $1

will preside over nn Important I It was a good place to Icicraldlne Brown Dolores Mc- The next regular meeting will Armour Star WEINERS\ Ib. 49c
business session, which all members -. WSCS of the Methodist I I nee people you hadn't seen for ?Knlght/ Marian McRae, and Idell be held on Monday Sept. 28, at Ann I'agn t'rcumy i I'o"oolh-In, Jar ,
are urged': to attend. Hostesses Church will\ have Its regular months all you had to do was Durban.. By the way hear which time much Important business
for this meeting will be business meeting at the church :stand round a little while and that BHS In going to have a will come up and the Worshipful PEANUT:-; IHJTTER 1 lb. 35c;

Misses Madge Middleton and Pat next Monday September 19, at I Wrtit, and whoever you wanted hung-up band this fall They'll Muster, asks all who can Headless-Dressed d Whiting' & 1 15c
Lambe. 3:30: ( o'clock. I
to see was sure to show up march as well as play at the first possibly do so to ,\&,- .

Among the out-of-towners com home game on September 30 .. attend.:0
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ing back for the big event were Fruit Cix-ktail. No. 2'i'! can 29c
STORE IlIrlal1Itn<1 Dorothy Clair Kick- The college students are still Fresh GROUND BEEF lb. 43c
KOCH DRUG liter from Green Cove Springs, departing for the halls of learn. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

and<1 Gary and Neva Ennls from Ing Glimpsed Idell LandrumtnltlnA' "Our Own" TEA, '14-lb. 25c;

Tampa Nothing like coming off for the University of JACK SPRAT FANCY SLICED
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buck to the old home town to Florida last Sunday and Frank
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CUT RATE DRUGS 1 vote That's loyalty, isn't It? Dryden left for the same Institution -

Hear there was one casualtyat on Monday Incidentally
BACON
I i the 1'01111. Bill Miintly hear Frank has a dormitory t CHOICE CROPS.Tokay Ib.4Sc

THIS {WEEKEND ONLY broke his leg In two places, lust scholarship awarded for his t .

above the ankle Seems that basketball! ability, of which he

he and Harry Houston were going ban a-plenty Speaking of t
G BEST GRADE WESTERN WHITE J
L : In for a bit of horseplay our band, as I was moment ago/ ,

when the accident occurred I did you know that BandmasterCarl

lloys will be boys, you know Roberts was once a member GRAPES 3 lb. 25c MEAT
I I It of Blue Steele's Orchestra lb. ZSc:

I've heard of stork showers, Understand that if you can
,4fl Nylons
o j t bridal, showers an' such, but Lorraine j yen-Minn(

Champion had a glass show "Sugnr: by Utah Pascal Lfff. :3 l1'!
I R : I er Monday afternoon .while slttln' ,Victor In the early 1930'i you 9:
79C by tile window of her Lady will hear a very torrid trumpetsolo SHORTENING
PHARMACISTS
I CELERY
each lie
t I Fair beauty salon! Seems by none other than our own I ,

o : that W rt. McKinney Qulgley & bandmaster ON-THE-JIINIT( SERVICE
:\ : i 1'
U\l1f-Oo\t: L Davis employee, was power mow .FRYING

I'\tlt TO A J ling his firm's narrow grass strip Quite a gaps party at St. Ed- PHONE Red Delicious 25cde SEaS
Cl'STO111:16K : / I between Call St. and the sldo- 'ward's last Saturday eveningA. 1
#" ,, walk The blade caught up 'I C. McCay won the theatre Day 64 Night j +

"" ft' S : I a small granlt rock that had tickets donated by the ParkBasket APPLES 2 lb. 0
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strayed from the nearby railroad of groceries donated by
: bed and whizzed it across Call St. !St. FVlward's Club, went to Mildred -- I

I I I with bullet-like force, where It St. John Bridge score> =-- I Porto Rush,ii 3 lb. can 75c '

STATIONERY 59c : penetrated the Lady Fair's half- pads given by Hollywood Camera I _- 1I
I $1 - Inch plat] glass window and were won by Bertha Pearce D I.C YAMS 2 lb. 15c 1 I
struck the back of the chair In ,while tickets to the Florida Theatre 1 POUND CAN 27c

which Lorraine wall Hitting, i I went to Mrs. H. R. PlottsA FL-:

50c STATIONERY 19c : showering her with powdered. !I .wall pocket, given bv STARKE : l.arg.'a. h..1 Russet
- ILella's
I glass The chair back probably was won by Janet Anderson I IONA FULL PACK NO.( 2 CAN
| saved, her a serious injury I and the jackpot prize, an Sun., Mon.. Tuo.. Sept 18-20 Idaho Potatoes 5 lb. 33c

I luckily Sam Rosenberg happened electric mixer, went to J, N. i TOMATOES10c

60c ALKA SELTZER - 49c to pass by shortly thereafter Walker Hostesses) were Mrs. Ma & Pa Kettle Large Sire ('11th Brush)
and bystanders tried to I Mike Gllhooley and Mrs Peggy
tell him that a rock from his!(Tilley ;Marjorie Main. Percy KMbrlde I S IIlTE 1OUSE: ":\\I'R.-\TED
Elberta Peaches 2 Ib. 27c
Listerine TOOTH PASTE 43c warehouse, which collapsed, earlier -l i I --- Also Sh..rt"I MILK, 3 Tall or 6 Small Cans 34c
In the day did the d'tmaR"1' I Hear that Arch Ttinntii. Jr. I

Mini' him worried for Albert Lee Crosby and Doe Cov Wed.. Thurs.. Sept 21. 22 I Italian IONA
'. ute The glare was Insured Ington haven't recovered yet Uot' LIo: FEATfKE YELLOW CLING:-; NO. 2''!, CAN

"T2r BLUE BLADES 98c so everybody's happy except from that rugged!! / initiation into Fresh Prunes 2 lb. 25c

G I 14 E T I maybe HR.rold'nll 'the. I.eglon'8 "40 & 8" society at Pioneer DaysWith .PEACH E S - 21cJNK

Ocala last Saturday From
Mrs' Kelly;: Thompson; ; ; and son.. -
I Jack, of mttnmn, Ohio have returned what I hear, they must have Jack RandallANI :'\ 1'ItKF.1tr
i Reg. Size BROMO SELTZER 57c leally shot the works to the
to their little farm south -
I boys all In the spirit of good I r APOTATO CHIPS, 1 Ib. can. 79c
:
of Starke Mrs. Thompson
i
this clean fun, you know !Sorry' An Act of Murder fj*
says they arc here to stay to hear that Liz Nasworthy Is ANN 1'HiE ANN:'\ ".\GE JARS
time, and Mr. Thompson will With' }'rl'drlcIal': <'h
Caroid & Bile Salts 98c .
$1.25 In Shadycrest Hospital for observation -
1 join them In a short time Hope she's back In GRAPE JAM, 1 lb. 19c; 2 lb. 35c
She has been frightened by stories TIIt.U!<\UOSLYI! i j3t I DRESSING '
circulation soon See that A. SALAD
about rattlesnakes" highland moccasins \TIS.ESD: NIGHT! "fQ
B. Bilker, has: concluded that .

i MEN'SPOCKET 60c Wilda0c. ; () TITHETOOTH refuses, bears to let and them buffaloes scale' her, but away -,course he was taking In Jacksonville ON TUB STAGE-POSEY'S 40a"|.lfiiIiJj1! RINSO, Medium 2 for 21c; Large 26c
and is now a full-fledged\ In. Juart t jar
root Creme Lyle Anderson and L. wrsnee salesman -- with Gulf Rainbow Ranch
Gullies caught four big fish LUX FLAKES Large I
Oil & 60c PASTEShampoo ,1\1. Life ro.-ipratulatlons to Norbert I 22c ';.,. 26c
I COMBS ,' Santa K 1" Lake last week PINT JAR "
Szymczak for hitting the
19c together the hugest they weighed tipping the IS pounds scaled) one and only (II be'leve' home GIRLS LIFEBUOY Bath Bars 2 for 21c

3c ( l.20Val. ) at V pound. Seems that run of the Softball season No Advance AdmlHfdonFrl. Sultana' : (Hat Type| Can*)

HOTII nut LIMITED: Lyle had. one on the line that nueafl pin on we him ought/? .to. fix a medalto I TUNA FLAKES, I fi 01. can 2c LIFEBUOY Regular I Bars, 3 for 21c

was bigger than any of these, ., Sat., !sept. 23. 24 _

G1LETTE 59c l.;)c & 25c but pull when It In I the. M.boat reached, the down monstergot to. Hear that Mr*. 1 Snllle> 1.1...... Is norni.K FKATITREBRIDE Carton of 10 Packages. !Sunny'fI..I,1! IVORY SOAP Large Bar 13<:
I headed bAck home after spending I
nJ.ACKRAZOR OFFrankenstein
plug' TUX CEREALS 27c
:
away -
TYPE ASSORTED
INK It months In that far off land I IVORY SOAP Medium Bars 3 for 23c
WE MEET Margaret: ;r Inform m e I of California. She sends advance : ,
Mtrlp.ater- that the first thing she heard word to friends hole asking Iona FLOUR. 21 Ib. bate 1.39.No. CAMAY SOAP
A-L-L niiinH, Carter I them to have some cabbageand I Bath Bars, 2 for 2Ic
2cA I on her birthday last Saturdaywas Boris. KlArl..". Colin Cllve
LOCALPRICES 2eSm..th her young son Jack, saying; corn bread rendy for her ..1NISHERIFF- :3 Cans
Gives Shave 1.1..): please don't tell me you're 38 again they don't have such things In OF I Daily DO! FOOD, 3 for 23c:

!" Hear the BUS student California? No wonder most \ & \
body elected the new cheer leaders folks prefer Florida MEDICINE BOW i \ .
PRESCRIPTION SERVICE FEED \ \
DEPENDABLE TALC SCRATCH : C\\ e\\
last week Seems they I With Johnny Mark Brown \ t ,

Free Delivery PHONE 53: were all so very good It was Well\ Seems to tm all for Also Sort" 25 Ib. bag 93c 100 lb. bag; 3,79P.4OR
PHONE 53 kinds hard to. choose 8 out of now So long Sect you ,

the 29 that went out The ,In the next Carolyn. t.






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SEPTEMBER 18, 1949 BRADFORD COt'NTY TELEGRAPH, STARKK. FLORIDA r1GLr nvw!

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vr Mrs Lois Ccillry Blackburn I Mr and Mrs. E. It\!. Davis-Mrs.-- T. J. Griffin visited her -

l after several \vpc-k visit. with i spent last weekend visiting relatives son and duughter-tn-law Mr. and

her mother Mm. Laura Colley In Archer. On their return Mrs. C. C. Mendoza In Jacksonville .
I
left by plane Monday for New Sunday they were accompanied last week YOU CAN HAVE1Jl'AtdVP

York City. After visiting friends I by Mrs Mamie Anderson. Mrs. Pauline Colley and daughter -

there for a few days she will continue Miss ('e gy"iJudna" of Jack- Laurette, of Winter Haven? 0 f

IN 4HE NEWS her flight to Tangier Morocco lion\'l11e! was the guest of her Fla., Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Gore
I
whore Mr. Blackburn is I parents! Mr. ond Mm. One Wig of Clearwater were weekend

stationed as Radio Engineer :with gins last weekend. Miss Wlgglna/ visitors of Mrs Laura Colley. I
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Ilarrls the State Department. Is In nurses training at St. Vin I Mrs. L. E. Jordan and son ,
Miss Ann Beam and Johnny Mr. and Mrs. Ira and Harold of Oviedo. Fla? were i
Jacksonville
Mr. and Mm. L. D. VinIng cent's Hospital in /
Homing of Tampa were recent family are spending,( / this we..kwith weekend (guests! of Mr. and
Ward
were weekend, guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Roy were
guests of Mrs C. E. Beam and relatives In Douglas Ga. IT. J. Griffin. Mrt.//
MTH Walter Timmerman of \\'I'ell'nduellt./ of Mr. Ward'sparents
tamlly. Mr. Harris Is manager of the Stockton. GA. Mr. and Mrs. Geol'geV.. !Straw HatH half price. : \\ IN YOUR

Maiden. Form Bra*. Stump's. Florida Theatre and Gone Ray- Mr and, Mrs. Carr had .I Ward of Dixie Ga. I they luot ..VI.V.VKKSTOKK.: 1I | ,
Mr.( and Mm. J. P. Burns of nor of Fitzgerald. Ga., suppliedfor Collcy Mr. and Mrs. R L. McDowell
her Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas- I
.viliinta Ga., were guests", last him during his abxence this OIl their weekend guests of Jacksonville were recent
Mrs McMillan Ferryman turned to their home today aftera
mother
vu'ek. of Mrs. Burns mother Mrs. week. guests of J. Uglow and Mis. C
her 8l ter and brother-in- two weeks' vacation in Hot<
Celia Manassa. They were ac- Poll Parrot shoes for chil I F. Ward. OWN
Mrs, M. Moore and Ark.
law Mr. and Spring
iampanjed home by their daugh-j II dren at STUMP'S: STOKE. their two daughters Dianne and Dr. G.V.. Brown and family Rt'nnd Mrs Hugh,:: 'altersand "

ters. Joan and Jean Barney E. McRae and R. J. baby daughter, Julia Ann
Mjrylyn of Blarkshenr, G... returned I last week to Tallahasseeafter
visited their grandmother for Gomes spent last week In Ashevllle I were guests. Thursday of last I
several weeks. N. C. visiting relatives. Mrs. :M L. Muynard: left last pending the summer in week of Mr Walters'

AH Straw Hat. 1-3 0"I..- Ilrs.\ T. B. Burrow of Boston week for a visit with Mrs. C. O. their Mrs.home H. C.on Brown Klngsley and Lo.ke.I MIII'lnn1IIonday law and sinter Mr. and bl.other.III-1 LIVING ROOM 15ifftll

V \ICKZ STOKE.Mr 'Ga.. was the guest of Mis. L. A. Dupu'.a! In Alachuu. I In Gainesville mund '1'.nlv.1Ira. .

and Mrs. Charley E. John i Rvnnolds this week. Mr. and Mm. H. Kelly and spent I S.illle Tlion Is I

].turned recently after visiting MiBS Alice June Harding will sons, David and Wendell, of Law visiting Mrs Glen Duke. i. to return to Staike Sunday/ after
of ,
Jim Tappuhanork.Va. -
Dryden
I
Miami.Mr. return to Atlanta Ga. Saturday tey were weekend guests of Mrs upending' IS months In California -
in .. was the gimst of Mr. andMrs.
Mrs. A F Saul and Lain Colley. : : with her\ brother-in-law and
and after spending' a two weeks vacation several
F.V. days
Dryden
Mrs N. D. Walnwrlght; Jr. spent with her parents, Mr and Star Brand shoe-( for: women last week.Mira. ;'ltolat"r. Mr and Mrs N. N. Nor- FINEST PICTURE

Tuesday In Jacksonville i( Mrs. Tom Harding. & children. STUMP'S Store. Erie. Johnson and family I tonll. She will be aeiompanlelI

Mr. Carr Colley and Mrs. I hero by the Noitoni who will
Lois Blackburn spent. Thursdayof I returned to their home In Met- visit in Sim-lie before returningto MONEY CAN BUY
On alter spending
ter. Monday
visit- their homeCotham
last week in Jacksonville ,
the summer at the Week's cot- NOW OMIY '" '
THEATRE Ing friends and shopping I I Cold: Stripe nylon
.
tage on Klngsloy: Lake.Mr.
II Mrs Thclma '1'ho11a8'all a hose
at STUMP'S: STOKE.
STARKE and Mrs S. T. Drll and
cent guest of her sisters [re'l I Those from out-of-town ntteml- .'
children of Gainesville spent
Dave I'enoyer and Mrs. with Mr. Dell's mother ing funcnil services for Abb H.

Saturday Sept. 17 Tue .. & Wed., Sept. 20 & 21 DuBose In Jacksonxllle. at Sunday her home on Kingaley: Lake. Johns last Friday were Mr. .and t e"II y
I
Announcement has been made Mrs. Jon Braden, Mr. anti Mrs. +
DOUBLE: FEATUREOUTCAST DOrilLE( FEATUREUNDERCOVER Mrs Edward! Burns returned
at Headquarters 357,1th Pilot B. W Curry Mrs. Herbert. Dahl
after week's visit
Saturday a
Training Wing Vance Air Force I and Mr. and Mrs. A. II Cruse,
with her mother In Dallas Tex.
Base Enid Okla., of the promo- all of Jacksonville\ and Mr. and
Miss Evelyn Stump left last
tion of Leroy Olive from corporal Mrs. R. W,. MoGuiro! of Orlando.
OF THE TRAIL MAN I to sergeant. He has 17 weekend for a vacation In Tallahassee I Mr. and Mrs. K. Dufault of St.
and Montlccllo. She was
Mln.l F(nh A.: ill-nil Ford months of service to his credit Petersburg called on J. Uglow

With, Monte Halo and Is at present chief vehicle accompanied by Miss Marjorie and Mrs. C. F. Ward last Friday .
Ellen Thomson of Montlcello.
.AM dispatcher at his base. He was on their way to Masaachnsetts. -
ANDMODEL Straw IlitU half price' While -
recently awarded the Certificateof They will return early In
RINGSIDE Merit for outstanding. services. they liwtt AI.VAKKSTOKK.: October hanging Mr. and Mr*.
WIFE Ktiidale Larch arrived Thursday -
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
\\liti linn "Ked" Hurry Mrs. Dave Penoyer of Jackson- for a visit with Claude E. U. Clan lbnnneau back to their
ville was a recent !guest: of her home
hero fur
the winter months.
With Joan Itlimdell Also I Latest t News mother Mrs. C. K. Beam. Johns J,'. On his return to his I Mrs. Itimsell Judd' has returned K.MHO TELEVISION: : SEAT: COVERS

home In New poit Klchey Mon- Court *: Madison Sin. Muike. Kla.0wi .
All Straw lint 1-3 off. \1.'ARfoZ homo from M vacation trip|
he was accompanied by
\ ; STOKK.Mr. ;. day with her husband who Is employ-\ I

:Sun; & Mon., Sept. IS & 19 Thurs. ,& Fri., Sept. 22 & 23: and 1111'11. Junius Smith rinudo. After a week there botn ed with tire State at Hello (Glade .,, ..
boys will return to Tallahassee/ ,'" ----- --------------------------------------
and family returned to their I They visited with friends in Ii i ,
DOUBLE FEATURE; where they are students at FSU. ,
home here Saturday after spend i Hollywood H n il Miami. 111'8'' ,

CLARK GABLE EDWARDMY ing the Hummer at KlngslcyLulte. M.Mrs K.: Gilner P. D.acre Knncher guests> and of Mrs.Mrs.II. I Harry I'elbt'r also of Still he. accompanied : t A Charge A('('mill I AI I ItK.VMAKK'S: t tr t .

P. Etubbll111Vetlneltll.lY.; Mrs.. Judd on the trip :
Col. and Mrs II. C'a11 of I Mr. iiiul Mrs. H '
YV. 1'.1111'11'.ltlt'lIdIlV
SON Mrs. II. L Hrownloe and I PAY THE: FAS1VA } !
.
St. Augustine spent Tuesday left \\ for a two weeks'vuratun : I
Madge: spent Friday/ In Jacksonville ,
pith Tracy visiting friends and relatives with Mr. and Mm Jui, 'kMapel ,
Spencer .
shopping.Mrs. i.
here I
In MibiiiHUu. I :
Kelly;: Thompson and son ,
AM) Mrs. J. A. Martinez spent Sun
tack of Hittman Ohio have returned I
day with friends In Gainesville SAMi: i mi. S.'w n'mlnlluli
to their\ home south of t i
GRAND CANYON Mrs. T. )'. Brown and son Stnike. Porlalili. 'IM |I"'" rlll'r. I''or, limited 5 BURNER OIL RANGES

Emery of Hampton visited lime ,
ui are calling, the I ITunlime
Also I Latest News & Cartoon lath !tltha..1rl"n lust work. Jim Stltli returned. to his homeIn newt I I t
friends here Deluxe ..Mixli, (regular :

Quests of Mrs. nV MoonXVrdncxd .- Washington D C., Sunday/ |price $ l.7)! ) for only $110
,.ly were Mr. and Mrs after a sexernl months' visit Inrlinleil i ). 'lernm, If Nlrcil.. WIT IIHUILT

R. M Caion of MelrnseMi with his grnmlpiirenK: Mr. and ;, Bradford ('''''"Iy Tflegritih.| [ 7950
L Brownlne !
Mr II.
"
Mirtlne
J and Mrs .1 A. : IN Ol'Kt\ -
Every Branch of spent last weekend with their f Star: Brand dress & work I I.n Circuit f inirt. llrntHoril 1',1.1|. t
L'Inrldnr In
< hniierrr.
ion and daughter-in-law In Jack- !shoes! for men & boss Stump'sJelo.ne '',nil. "MIL. i 1".,,nn iirorrin riiiiniirr. > toII
INSURANCEH. rs. Itlihiul' l-'niiik" Hr -rtltt 1..r."I..
sonvlllc'Chexterfield. Johns and John Anderson : : '
:
i 'nut >,!> vie -;+n, i< Vou Will Inoy'| IIn'udnd Cake 1 lUKcd In Thin
for spent Monthly III Jacksonville. /* 'bt liilw I ( i
hats men npr r liil llinllnt% MiniI| F
-- __n __ at STUMP'S DEPT.: STORK.nverniRht They were accompaniedby *..tttliffp, ,' "r l>'l'.ril.. Inc Fine Stone. I'vasiHiiilile Tn. Opi'rnto. Too! ..
Itlilmril l "mink llremit. a |K.Si i n'H'I"
/guests of Mrs. D. Mrs A M. Petitt who has ..'"... .Hiit. ,uMl-, I If. :No II ,\ I t

II Brown last workvere her sith'r | been a recent visitor of her son- ..,. ,.M--.',".M..Mill. ,Kndh, n,. H.iiM'H('"..in.UnaVtiu :-11"\;. I lliiHr. 1.11 rjl.... 't'witloitr t tCI

I C. WALL AGENCY t and brothor-ln-law. Mr. and in-law and! daughter, Sen. and .in". t'I"lr.1| t In 'I'.r| > :Mrs Charley K: Johns. llrtolp.-r I I7lli., I'M'I., I In I hi- I E: I) A ItWardrobe t
Vero llenohMr
C. DuBose of
Mrs J. 111'1
'liuint, <'I l t'otul I and CHIINI. w' ,
PLEASE PHONE: 116 and Mrs 11 L Brown'..,* Mrs Klla tlarfrnv of West dolor l iff H,...'.1.! .ilviin-i| Ill..,, ..,,. 'til man ';> n '
Palm Ili'ai oas t the guest; of her <*iinty TfU iii) "I'll, shod ,iMihllnlttlllM $9.95 And Up
honored their daughter, Midge., \ "
Ul( dui| t In ni'Xt t 4 WHt'klv I IHHIIMH' r
Constant Service Orer.O Years on her 18th bh'thdsy, with a tripto sister, Mrs U M. Johnson from I wninn, inirvi and. irririni .i.
Marmelnnd After on interesting Saturday! until Tuesday at which i Itit,I II.: Hlllik I'H'iOKKIflAI.; \0'1"' hill.., tllln .... | '" T ,A Wood And OilBLANKETS

afternoon there dinner at time they went to Jacksonville. to ( SKXI) A. J-. ,., >
---- -- - A' t'lPik 01 ,n ..1.1..1. $59.50 =
- visit their brother, K. L. Prescott .
by Madge .. ,
The Dolphin was enjoyed Hjllnv"' riwliv ''' '''' '
and her guests. Thox enjoying/ and enjoy a family/ reunion J
CLASSIFIEDs this creation were 1II"idge. Mr. Mrs. JuhiiHiHi. will return to her Ally I 1'nll.bna i fat "I'lf.In, kr.cnvllU./ a.l0 41 'b''.1'C'I'oll '' Reg. $69.5O Val. % "

s and Mis Brownlee, Mr. and Mrs. home here Saturday. '' : $2.95 And Up
--- ---------- -- -- --- 1'onrb M" I.
--- In I tlrnilfiiril I'liiinlr. Terms $:9 1
Mrs Flffle: Johns and Jonas ,
Jim and San "I'H Its t..r
Stith. Bob To Men
M. C 'lMrliliM lit 4 liiiiH'pry, lieSure
KALE: Um-d radio, phonograph KOK KALE 'II en. ft. giant i>uini.lfhllcu | | \ C. Smith visited Mrs. John Sistlo I I i Anlhony:::: H I ':1-rl.:,:; .I.IIII..lIft.'M.. I PIT Month:
MrM. If.
rufrlKTutor.,, emu' ':110: : dra Stlth Mr. and Vou Mil 1'J"I"
,. 1'100.
pnrlnhlea l J.US up. .. }
(: i I'I hil l >ir ii t' Khepherd. Hnilinn' -Neat. Covert down pun. All tlflnxr fell till ex. Sttth All! Washington.>I1. D. C., /and Mrs Raymond Strickland of .lIh"I.I.... J
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Court & Madiflun Sin. C. ..H..11..rthy.. Uuni-rul 1-2111t Siippll !> and Jim Chaiteen of the State Webster last weekend, llrdpr of. Miration, and %.ilr.* Inpninr. !St'trug" !SpiK-i-. 11 { t" :1II'p' '

Mr and Mrs 'r L Casey and % liilp, of Klorliln: : lol: I :
1'1.1'111 lit \,1|.;i.I, mill.I.IXi to Farm. I'uiliHrln, ." i I'1. it. vvtioHi' rpHlittfiii, : mud: Hot(nut
VJ.\V Hhiuer. Sc-wlnu!' MHcliInofiiHll Mrs. Harold Sullivan and Mrs daughter, Judv. and Mr. and Mrs iul..,lri'U, IIJ Sml Hircer,, JPIw.r Mother Goose Linoleum RUGS I'I'I" .
& 'Termi are nvtillahlo. .MI'. .. .1".
2I ll-lnrli' well Punse.In.I.llyd 'IIV II Now I Key:
l &' rriMlrvd till* .. ..tI..n. i>nly through:; .,.." ,. M.1>cle Carter were In Jacknon- Nate Dyal anti nuns Tommy /and You. are ,'""|..Ir.*" to nnpenr. i.nOitnbi'l I For Children's Nursery $7.05! :
I'hoiie, 13, or write. to: Suwlnir\ M.irMne I'n 40 1JoJ Mm. vllle Tuesday to attend the fun David were Hunday visitors to 'till. I'll'I" In. |the nbl.veunuteJ | \Vi,. lime, Mimy+ Other Slyl.'s' ,
$ Lake I hones ,
Ion City Kin.
t. fifin ,
t and filliMA wh *r 'ln '
:MaaVlei'iiyVi? 3-4tflyr I 0, write or 'IMII "mir ihon Jlllr> eral of their uncle C. M. Hud. Gold Head Ilrnnrh !State Park lihilntirr xix'liH/' illvori'i'' llrii'irnril I 'r" ('h".l'rnm. Iesigned) I Jusl Fur Children's Koonm f fIT'S
Kale. & flrrvlce cars will vlhlt near I Keystom Heights i I (',tiinlv TolfHrnph atoll, pnUllNh I -
anIIr. homr upon" r. 'IU">>" trCi son thlN order, In nest, 4 weekly l..MiieMVltni'FiH t
YOU ) IIETTF:1 11'
FACT CAN I
and T L A O :
Mr. Mrs
SELL YOUR TIMBER I Misses Joyce and! Kiln Ward CaRey were I \ inv' linml and uffirlnl.enl, 1 1I
>'t1,1'" : -. rnnBolB radio A and Frederick Watterson visited attending to 1 business In Jacksonville ,I nt Knn'knits( ( .., Ihln )01..1.1.. nili., 'i iI .1
NOW l>hoiu.>.KrHph. Can l Im seen ur It MAlviirt I III, I'H'I.' '!'
highest Cash Prices Paid >. & Hon \VaiphouH on ..rn'hh.hw..y. friends from San Diego Calif., In MondayDress ,1 (/Urt'i'IlII.sI:1L/( : .1. lln.niii' ,

Phone 9105. If Jacksonville Sunday ) fabrics hv the yard Hy Iliven AH. <'rn lfrk l .'.r.y. f IIPIHIIV>f Hlilil 'Court i l-rk. ,|' Denmark Furniture Co. !

WILL BUY IN BULK :F.tvF: 124 nn non Itpmlnfftnn. port Miss Oleeta Green attendedthe at STUMP'S IKPT.1 ; STOKK. Xnrh 11 li'iiiirlHH. ..., HUT I.)'ni'h (tulle,,
JiK-k-c.nvllI. Kin A M'lI'k II. 1'n't-
OR IN UNIT types, | rater. For llmllfil, limn. un leadership training meeting Sgt. John/ n. Anderson will I t.". Till! I K:: hmver. ., Jm-kiiuilvlllK.. Khlj PHONE 151 TARJ\E. Fr..". \
acs Helllnir the new S Tone il >tiixmini. <>
AirBase f. ,
( for Home Demon.t.atlonVIJI'keu leave Sunday for the Army Ally fin "I'lf. U-lll 41 I"-
1t.1f. $4.Sn for onlv slit i _
ERWiN W. PECKOr I tax'" In'I.I. Terms If fl..*.lr".1.l Sffl. In Gainesville on Tuesday and In Orlando alter spendinghis In f.'Irrull <.oiirl. llr
W. Turner Bradford County TflcKraphfA Wednesday of this week. furlough!; with his mother florltlifi: In f biliii-rry .. .. .. .. .
John ::
Mam fireI'bdntlff, v". l-'frif: -- -- -----.e.e '- -?- -- e.11ti'EN'IEB - -
P. O. Box 463 .\ r.nicc= (,HI:\";. FOIL H.\1.1': Mrs. It I':. Jones, Sr., and Mrs. Mm. A.V.. AndersonMrs. 'I. Urges. lii .//thlnl. I'ltntt NI, TM7.i i -----r
New mlnffton niodnlff, an low an R., E. Jones Jr., mid! son Terry W 1 1C: LI n Yin I of Milford (ipili r ..f I::illUnllit: ;:: ; unAntlrI. fa i I I II
Gainesville: Fla. $121)) Iplll tax). Term, If dcHlinl1trHdford I trnrnr. 'trots of 4'Inrldn. tiitKrrii
County Telegraph' ( __ spent last weekend In Oralu and Ohio and her daughter Mrs : UI v.i n ulinM,. r'nidebrr IM 'rio I ('. : : '4 CARPENTER'S! ::" CARPENTER'S::" .I'snus': ; ii iii '

and I Silver Springs Martha Banett, of Cleveland H>I..III.I. :NIK; .,1, I l"M.t,,,, < lvn./ Now Vurk. ,
Send me a postcard full S.vr.nIra: :M. Andi>r.n property Y.ni IIM ""|11".1, | 'r> "1'1.| *Hr "I n :,
will see you. | M-Atre ftirni A )>itMtuii'" Mrs. ISVIm.i I Kerne has return were recent visitors of Mr and OrtnbI. I7ii>, "I'D'*. In l hi- the,. ,,
come I i
HOIII. hides. frond lora IIon. Twp|i. 'if.1 ed from a three weekvisit with I Mrs. A. R. Wall. nn nod. ''cuit. unit i .I,IIIMI*. lvlit>riln, I
sect, 2, range. 20 1. nn f hlurh\i.i\, plnliillfr' -.1 < tll\'iri'i. nnd "l her One Table of Gift Items
I Ion; 2 ml. to New: Itlv-r COI-XTT MVEHTOCK %Iv ml. t to lake Hiitlpr Thin I i- a her and rI'l1f. Ill'u! .lraII. ,' "n't T"l .
Rl'WAV.NBB: Mrs II. II. McConnell In last weekend were sun <-Kriili|
MAKkKTl: Auc'llun sale each Wed errs good, buy ,11 It: ,HOD.\ I P Nhnll, iHil.ll-h i Indrdcr' In u,-'tlflMM i : \ A s i li: s i: o w L s 75
owni'd & operated, 1. /I. OOum f'rumi'. Hroker. \\Virfj| M i ir Florence A. C daughter-in-law.! Mr mind' Mrs weep Iv I..In I 'M ibM
.Ir'h 2IOM. [.Iv.. Oak. Fla. 41r .... I'nl"Mn1ll". lir W. tad. AvPrland FI-I,,, nix of Mrs .r! (' Smith will, Miles H. Sheppard and son W 1II..... Inv 111".I/ | arty liil 0"01! ', l'hN'I'IItI'Ill'I; 1 ;: ( E; S I II
Fl.... Mp'I .>" nt Hlinki.. n.rliln., till- Sopl'mberI | .
"R IlKNTl: 4 rill. house ((1 'Igag hn ,int.-lented to kimw that she Isleruperiiting Michael. I II I'M'i::; I

"",,'h"M.| lights wa.I.) Imiulr FORSAKE' Owner after. undelgoing an Mrs Russell Judd. I Is visitingher / MiKKICI I., Ml',: M.I. \ .I Tl.omuB, 1
by :
at Th. Little Htoro 2 ml|. Po ,rot An i-lMi-k of mild f.inrt I'F'y i
Slnrk on old Blnnnfn' ril 211.8114! operation In Shadyrrext hospital husband who IH n state employee Ifavffii I'mnitv. Infitv i'l'-rk 1 : t
:3-room cottage on Road 100 Tu. ,JRY. In Helle Glade. \\lllli.ii., r. .M.iriciin Kirih' Kloor I C//INA I'.1 SRS
1-sKn TYPFit'n: ITFRH: port flAI.!':- Clurk 1 Mldtf .In' ''kxnin'III* Fl'.rl.t.i.' I
I n..val l ..t,1.l 15-ln. ca rile g.e H'ti'it :.1-nii. east of Keystone Aria r.., fir U-IH 4l I I". 7 I II
..tnd. <75. AU. > I mlntnn __. I I '
Ilk. new. Height 2 screened porches In'heal ,. ('. : C A N /J" IIS11lS
l I ;: : : .t: i
ISO. rvmlford County Telegraph n nnrry.KlVftl i I II (
deep well modern improvements CLOSING OUT ,. 1 I-: IItti, !.,. 1 IMiilnlirr. \ 1. u
I nl I. l.vnn' I.Illli.::::: I ic f n.I mil. "'tin.: I I c'ICA1I:1'TFJ. 110XES f
electric pump. N,. 7.,2'IQnnpitr. I I 1
WANTEDTurpentine Itrdee of I'uht l.lion .mid Yet lea I P j

Leases well Corner lot 70x160. on hill If-nitl, .r.yllil wale I.It H"' of, where,Florid r.nld..n f. I ll( )) ndtJ NOW 1 t.

WILL ALSO BUY to date.shaded.$2900 Abstract$900 up I All Children's SANDALS 11 ;Tuylorxvlllo: are rmiufred l ," :North; tn (appear'iirnliniiVim : :.t"// I __ A e Fop A Y? PRICE I ,

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tkgob.r| I till. I Ml.! 'in 'the .. Cift Later I
YOUR TIMBERIn ,xuitivd, Ciiiirr. and .'IIIMW. '
down bal. $2: mo. Phone ,l.lKlnlirr' .-..I)(. ... ", j

Bulk or Unit Starke 17.1-W.: < ',,tunt Tilivrnnh .""11 Wh"'O'1' / All First ClasH Mercli indinc {Value To $l.;.Mt ,
Land Regardless Of Cost .ihl* ,lird; 1:r In' next' 4 waklv : j i i
With or Without ItBVTAIHMt: your varanrfeiifurnliihi ..- Wlin*> i tnv hnnd nrul
.il Hinrko lorldn, ihli '
>d .
or unfurnished' roomn.apartmrntl
WRITE or CALL holm** with ('.\ liltcor.r.Ky l ,I'U'Ii ,,,..
i OFKIfTA In: A. :J. Thorn I
IIKVTAI.:
AOEvry. inH.
An Clerk .f "nl'l f'oiiritv I
W. PARRISHPh. Walnut I'D. as.! Htark. Flu SIZES'LITTLE
tf.", T>.. f'l''irklly ,
ti "rotihy
'nn.18n'lnu.l ."...rl. .....r..1 In \ tin I I'll 'puty> Itt to ? SERVE: ; Vl'lSiiF()( ) : ; from the I't-niinine hygiene: Ovparl-
:3 Lawtey Fla. .,curing worthy tvnant. S tit 1 TO UK; ::1{ I ,
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II Ladies ment. A !saleslady/ is in attendance at all times, or you
Foil RENT: S-rm. citraice apl. il.">
Call Mtnv" hi>atm, elect r trhr |I''t. I simply nerve ) ours(-lf from our open shelves! !
Furnlxhort Apt Foil HENT.t J. 214/ W.
Lath Mrn. U Simmons 49Robbins'
EXPERT I Iadlo
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.. llnr. cell F ir.k. Worm.. ....I( HAL!':' 5 rniH nf ftiriilliirH.rvaNiinaltlff .. '- .
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K >ll IlKNI; fabln with how..r., Htark .In Knights qultr./ .'"Itp,... l < II A ItefjiHlrrcil I'harrnaciiil Is On Dulll/ To Serve Your I

; !:!'nOw'r.":. *::.mt:: ";., B.turn Klnn.y.I Phil:' (. Need 21 Mourn Or Night !
Day
Z"3 .V, Cherry tt(. Itp FOR 8AT.KIlDUne:: on car. lot I'reHcriplirj/t -
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rm hath" l.l.ln. etch .ir
4-roil. A terms nag. 41 or 1'h j I4I-W. In
Foil VENT Kurn. houn.
hath. Kl'>.t. !Ir. box. gas \t'v.. Stark. llp 1 .all CALL "61"-AS NKAK YOU AS YOUR 1'IIOXKCALL
Apply 301 S I. Water at. Itp e e i
'Olt RENT:: : B"YURfurnlohpd\ J-.
VVANTKO: Tik bUY: baby tralnmc.ii 4A *-rnom .apartnt nt*. Modern
..* 'In Koo4| condition rfiaxiinahly.Mm. ronvwnlpni'r' .. Knci: |...,d :yard with I "64"CARPENTER'S
J. I. And.raon.21) N. I'tiT- lawn. !'..r... poopl' with .mall sepa1ISERVICE
ry St, ntarfc. Itp rhlldrrn. Mr. C. P. Wynn: Ka-t:
ftark.! .181t
SNt1N/l; MACHI.SKd HEUL'II.T -- :
And nw ones for sale\ ur rntM :1
von KAI.K: tO.acr farm Irnnd l
.. 224 H:
U (t. Heminsway trawhrry land. A-rm. hunir.
Thompson Ht.. 8tark. 1'1... lip IlKht. fruit trees. HP* Mr I ire.. Cha... C.
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rott between nraham A Hrnok.r: :
r IIK HAI.K:: If.ft. boat with 1'HII Turn I left oft Stat lid. It.
I Itl" J1CAHM
Also.. trailer. ShepherdAt
.p. Mercury motor. !
t... sale. He* Alton I.nbha, at The Rexall Store Phone G/ Starke

Mtarllnic'. Uri>cry. "P r.gardlens pvni for uf old av' *Colt or nndltlon revnlvern. The Store of Values t Gay's Service Station Florida

w.4.TE1.F'amtlnf: : of any kind' Writ m* what :you have fnr eat.C !* I .
("rtr* .....on."I.. Writ. P.O. Roy W. Inirram, minx: 574 New IJ I .-.-..- - .- ---.-- ------ -- --- --- --

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FAGH BIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 19..9FARMER'S

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i church which followed was In- ed at It. but then came the wind pano, after spending the Bummer !. flrraH Court Bradford Co.. r.Klorldni In flrctilt Court. Bradford C..n(...
I I spirational. Always feel better (and who said It's an 111 wind here l. (.-...*..,.. KlorldKl In i fc...r.rjr.H.rnli ..

for having part in a religious that does not blow some good!) HAMPTON Muriel ZebPrtr Lee., Plaintiff rtobr -. Juanlta Waddell Plaintiff,
r. Miss Jessie Mae Brannen of >rt H. ].<.., I''n'.ol.' Care No. 751VOrdrr v.., Luther l'J. Wadiloll, DufviiiluntCIIH ,
service and with It plenty of extra large .f Pukllratlov %. of'. to No 7813.
i DIARY # e e and very virulent mosquitoes By Mr*. M. C. Sweeney Bartow recently visited her parents App.... STArt' ....' .....OR...* tin Order off Publication. and N....*. tiApprnr. .
We're not In Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen. Hubert ft. Lee, whim r..al tunca 14 ,"'.-.,'1'10) OK" KI.OIMU\.
Had another "blessed. event' a hurry to see another Miss Martha Horne in spendingthis unknown: Luther K. Wadilnll.: whona residence
liy Sam Mcftarvey "Dot" wind like the lest one but FAREWELL PARTY Toil are required to appear onCli'tolier and ndilrnni. ; IB unknown:
on our farm. Gilt we call week with relatives In South
,
a lo, KM**. In thenbove namedCourt
l we wish something would rid us Miss Sylvia May entertainedwith Yon uia required to appear m
showed evidence of farrowing almost Carolina and and wherein plaintiff ,
to Virginia. cnune. rn-tober 10, 1IM9 In the above named
The author will IN rrpclvc -
glad
of those pitch-fork armed little a going-away party last M"ekM divorce & restoration. of prvlouN #- f'mirt end omme, wherein phuntlffHeekn
Items of Interest concerning any hour, so waited up one buzzards. Friday evening In honor of her Mrs. Fred Whldden has returned married. name. fYadfortlCounty I ..I YOre... Hmilforcl County:
A the acts 'ItleA. of farmers In night so as to render any assist home after a brief visit Telegraph. ball puhllnh thin Teli'Krnph hall publish. this OrderIn
.
She started cousin Miss Norma Sweeney Order in next four weekly I l Issues. nex, four weekly loHlieii.Wltncnn .
( Bradford County. Suggestions. may ance necessary. Finally got started on build- who left on Monday to enter her to Philadelphia Pa. "Wltnerin. my hand anti l official. my hand and official,
IN left at the Telegraph office or shortly after nine o'clock and had freshman at William. Jennings Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Copelandof oval at Sturku.. Florida/ Ihhl 1t.'I 1 1.1. soul at Starke Florida, this Sept.
only four pigs, but we're pure ing project in our home and year Valdosta Ga. 8. 194, 7. I'M'J.OKKICIATj! !'.
Lau were weekend
mailed to Sam :\lrOan't'y. ty,
'that If we hadn't been there to "roughc-d In" bathroom First Bryan University Dayton (OFFICIAL, SEAL A..1. Thorns. ( S 1\T.) ,\.1, Thomas
Florida. dry them off and keep them out time we ever did Job like that, Tenn, whore she will major in guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn A. Clerk rt said. Court. Ail Clerk nf said. C curt
Hall. ny Haven Crosby, lC.. rty haven CroMby I>. !"
of her way that we'd have lost. but then if you live on a farm Christian Education. A. J. Th<.niiH., Jr. Slaike. Florida.lAlty T Frank, iildrum, $",,'k... Florida.
Waiting patiently for our White the hog. If the answer la loss one Mother Nature Is most Interesting you've got to do a lot of things Many lively games were enjoyed Michael Denton of Starke recently -I tor I'lf. 9-e! 4t 11.3 Atty for IMf, 8! -9 41 9-31)'

Holland pullets to start laying. than 150: Ibs., then you add. 7 to ,watch In action and J you've never done before. When with group chorus singingat spent several days with his

They are doing a lot of singing, F.xampleVI': measured a gilt on a farm with life and death showing progress made to a the conclusion Lovely useful cousin, Dudley Hardy. I

and a lot of eating but no eggs' and found her heart girth to be elope at hand at all times you neighbor he wanted to know who gifts were presented Miss Swee- Mr and Mrs. C. R. Robinson

But no doubt they'll start producing 32" and distance between base are practically sitting In her lap. we had do the work; when we ney by her friends; among thema and Jackie are spending some B ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFERCOD

soon and then we'll see' of tall and center of ears to bo Many folks argue that animals told him we'd done It, and he unique corsage tied with multi time in Green Cove Springs. .

Just how good this hybrid strain 34". We multiplied 32x32x31and will have their young "the natural said he didn't know wo were carpenters I colored ribbons. Mrs. O. O. Deavers and chil- .., .. 0(1 -

is as far as eggs are conercned. got 31816. We divided this way" out In the woods without we said we didn't knowIt I Delicious refreshments of pistachio I dren of St. Augustine have been &;;;;4l:;). ((1 'Si' :;", We operate !ocaI.ss

We did roast one of the cockerelsand by 400 and got 87 Ibs. Because bothering them, and this Is undoubtedly either. Well, progress Is Blow ice cream and Iced cookies visiting Mrs. W. P. Burt and Mrs. :: ,, *.&AlV1RE'tSOIf' I long distance

it was mighty good eating this was less than 1/V.), we added i true but it Is also true' but we're going to keep at It. were served to the guests by Florrie Belle Brown. a 10 ', ,
yiSvi'iiG'''
i 7. Ibn. and our estimated weightof that Nature la most prolific and Mrs. C. L. May Mrs. W. P. Dur- Sgt. Holland Brown and Cpl. t ta..'...K...h.ea..afi 'J t; 1 anywhere in 1T.S.

JfESSTIMATINO! WEIGHTLearned this gilt was 91 Ibs. Reasonwe makes an allowance for young Really going to plant thla den Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth and Clyde Reeves, of Orlando were t. EtCEU.ENTO
of a "rule of thumb" I are Interested in this Is be. I Miss Doris Parker. weekend guests of Sgt. Brown's I ueM
ones being killed off In one wayor week -- weather permitting. Go-

method of estimating- the weightof cause we frequently have folks another. A sow might have a Ing to put In cabbage, beans, turnips Those from out-of-town attending parents, Mr. and Mrs K. L. I ___ STOKAGEFACILITIES.
hogs. You measure the heart stop at our place and want to Brown Sr. .
I dozen pigs out In the woods, and mustard beets -- and a ,were: Mrs. W. E. Duught- _
I .
girth of the animal (round of buy hogs, and without method I The
I any Wiley Williamson ,
family
she might raise only five of whole long list of other things. cry Jacksonville; Malcolm E. a
In back of the forelegs of them have to
weighing we had
body just and would be And then starts as visitors last week Mr.
them that ample the eternal battle Smith, Bradenton; Mr. and Mrs,
and also measure the distance their weight and that's all and Agents For -
) Mrs.
I guess Davis Johnson and
to keep the hog race propagating to keep ahead of the weeds Preston Durden Mr. and Mrs
from a point at the base I right if you're expert at It (as children of Live Oak.
but aren't we all InterestedIn and bugs. Fred Dodd Carolyn Durden Keystone DelcherBros. See first!
of the tall to a spot between the no doubt many farmers are hereIn Recent guests of Mrs. Jessie .ai us
raising hogs for food and That was the trouble with our Heights' ; Misses Ruth Sib-
Then multiply the Bradford County) but If not Chastain
ears. you were Mrs. W.
W Chas-
therefore need to raise all we Icy, Grace Dickinson Florrie ; .
heart girth X the heart girth X you risk selling at a lower price strawberry nursery plants. We tain, Bradenton and Mrs. Hunter
to both
can serve purposea7t Carlie
did some work them Gnann Mae Hall and
base of tall and should. on everyday I
between than
distance you and daughter Pearl, of
Tampa.
t Bobby Hall Rodney Hall. Ernest
and divide the Told McClane for a while but not enol1gh.apparc'ntly ,
center of ears T. K. about It. I Mrs. Chastain and her ulster
!SF.IUJM: COSTM Trlest, Billy Hall and Truman
for the weeds got ahead -
total by 400 and the answer' is and he kidded us about It (asked Mrs. Wesley Andrews of Starke
be the otHere' If had to the white Speaking of hogs we had a of us, and right now don't Dickinson, Theressa. I
supposed to weight you count spent Sunday In Ocala ,with .
hairs left but he did talk with Nelson Green about know whether they'll amount to another Don't Your Dead Animals
on its leg) Religious films with accompanying sister, Mrs. George Cott Bury
say that "the only fair way Is to getting ours "double trented"and anything or not. Got to do Bible Study are being

have the ....ale... ,we found out that State something about them though man.Mr
hogs go across resented each Wednesday and .and Mrs. Emory Sparkmanand REMOVALOF
the < funds for serum and virus have for we're going to have a strawberry FREE PROMPT, SANITARY
Friday evenings In Community Infant daughter Rosalinn
been exhausted, and consequently crop come heck or high
Attended a Brotherhood MeetIng Hall. by IN Frankford of Green and Miss Hilda Brown all of
PLOW you need of the First Baptist Churchon you have to pay a great deal water. And the way It's raining Cove Springs.The Jacksonville spent several days DEAD HORSES, MULES OR CATTLECALL

more to have it done now. Want right now, the high water looks
Thursday evening as a guestof this week with Mr. and Mrs Leslie .
for breaking sod one of the members Steak od to find out why so we visited sure. Hampton PTA held their Brown. OUR PHONE OPERATOR AT OUR EXPENSE;
the first I meeting of the season In
and the
County Agent got
dinner .was held on lawn of homeof Mrs. George Williams.
Mrs,
the school auditorium on Tuesday PHONE( STARKE 189
Mrs. Ruby Johns. Dinner was story. Hazel Thomas Mrs. H. B. Wig-
'a The Dearborn afternoon of last week. Of.
plow !I. made for excellent, service by the ladlea Seems that for the last 10 or LAWTEYI. ficers for the year were announced gins and Mrs. Dave Dyal spent If You Have Difficulty Call Our Jax Office Pay,

the Ford Tractor. was fine and meeting at the 12 years the State has been last Tuesday shopping In Gainesville
lit has no wheel" axle, tongue paying the entire cost of the II. Fetch as follows: Mrs. Frank- Night or Holidays
clutch springs or lever but Thomas, President; Mrs. Lester
good sturdy beam and fin. serum and virus and that before Slade Vice JAX PHONE 45300;
President Mrs. Vernon
been coulters and Jolntcr that time the State used to pay The Lawtey MYF accompaniedby ; In Circuit. Court llriMUord. femur..
Slade Secretary and Treasurer Florlilni In ('hanrnp.
With Ford Hydraulic Touch half Well, this year the State Rev. and Mrs Giddinga attended Dorothea .Martin Plaintiff. vp.. FrAnk
Control holding Tight depth HOWARD'SCall Budget! Commission cut all expenses a sub district meeting In Light refreshments wero .fllnrlln, (>i.f,.nilant. Cure .No 7S11, FLORIDA SOAP CORP.
..
la eaiy.Eauy. served at the meeting's conclu Inlrr of 1'Mhllrntlon and 'setae.! to <
25 and that Waldo lust t.. ,. ..
adjustment Only three by per cent Monday night. sion. || 'I"T t'i'FS Uf KI.IHII. to,

fTeax>(un nttlnin of course meant 25 per cent less Miss !Knza Blanchard was a Hililr Frnnk.fm Martin IH 2314;\ Avenue whose ,rpKldctx-o L,..Brooklyn ail, Doctors Inlet, Ia. Ph. Orange Park 21!?<&

to lubricate. See * ul K youwant than that, the Commission ruled You urn required to appear on
new plowing last Fililay. Mr and Mrs. Eugene W. Hall npinhrr in, 19<'I, In the aboiv named
experience.A .,,...' II A that the money must be spent in Mr. and Mr. Hubert Priest announce the arrival of their Court and cause, wherein plnlntlfneekii JlitmMttmml

sI equal amounts month by month third son, Edwin Lynn, on Sun divorce ITailforil' County
PA and daughter Loraine, were visiting Teleiirnph shall publish till Or l"l
HO that only 1.12th of the total day September 11, in Shady In next four weekly IKHIIOK.
relatives In Cedar Keys last From where I sit Joe Marsh

lfiJ"- amount could be spent in any one Sunday. crest Hospital. meal Wltnfux at Starke mv hnml Florid...and. this offlcln Sept.. ; GJ

month. 7. IgCa
_
!Mr.\ and Mra. T L,. Walnwrl ht Mr. and Mrs. George Wellsare (OFKltlAI. SEAT.) A.1. ThomnnAm ,
Trouble with that Is that about also announcing the birth of Clerk of Bald Court
were In Oalnesvllle
......_ a pdr.Wbiw.he.nad' last Sunday '
h.to I Fly Haven Crosby r C.T.
SO cent
I..te.t.' ..._pbw.w.I.f r per of hogs treated the dinner guests of the L. L.Walnwrl'hts. a son, born on Sunday night In Prank. r.nncl'u'm. Starke. Florida Sure You Haven't A
are done In months of July August the Starke Hospital.Congratulations Ally for Pit 9-a 4t 9-30

on UK for reliable drug and September and owners. / are extendedto n
Rev. and Mrs. Winter GIddings ; "Blind Spot"?
must get It done then before both families.
and health noiiN, at wortliuhllnnalng hogs are turned out in fields. and and MJ.HB Ada Edwards were in I I Your Feet Know The

thing from daydreaming

th*H.d.ull. 1/.aetoflhlnv. vim. plowklu Well that's the situation and Frldny. home last week from Michigan
_. _. Street last Saturday another car while driving a car to
k. r lower*plow .uetl the vrriipuIoiiH exax-tnriis Which
ns we see it, neither Mr. Greenor I Miss Rachel Boyer of where she had enjoyed a twomonth's movies.
It humming out loud at the
swung out right in front of me.
K<..'.. Into rMTy single prescription the County Agent Is resnuniibl vllln. was the guest of .Jackllon'l I vacation.
turned out to be Buck Blake. lie
DIXIE From where I sit it's mighty-
for It, This of course does Mm. Fred Moore Malcolm E. Smith who had l ,. 1
w
lee fill. not help the fellow who wants weekend. charge of the Baptist services wasn't going/ fast. It was j just that important to be on guard: against

EQUIPMENT Inc. last Sunday, returned he had something else on his mind your own "blind' spots." The otherat
to have his hogs! treated now, but Miss Betty Durban hud the recently
PHONE 79 we hoar that steps ale being taken misfortune to break her arm last I from a visit with his sister in that particular moment. :fellow has a right to his "ehare of

1436 Went Main St., South Temple A\rnu Starke, "'II.. to correct the aituatlon. Monday She If back In school Philadelphia Pa. Mr. Smith and Buck' really one of the nicest the road" too-whether it's having

Gainesville Fla. now. I Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Horne and v ,' fellows I've ever known. But, a taste for a temperate glass

(family were Sunday dinner guests cf sparkling beer or desire to listen
Imagine that all farmers here I Mrs. J. L*. Hnrrell of Jacksonville sometimes he gets to daydreamIng a
abouts are taking a great deal' is spending some time uti i of the Robert Barksdales In When You Bring Your on the road... lie sort of gets to some classical music if he

of care when walking around I I,i the home of Mrs. Effln Miner. Starke. Shoe Repair Work To a "blind spot" to what' going on wants to.
fields and woods, after the fata l Mrs. W. E. Daugherty of Donna -
Mrs. about him!
,: llarrvll was a resident ofLawtey BIGGS & BAKEREvery
FARMER!I WE KILL INSECTS; BV AIK- rattlesnake bite of last week for many years and Texas and Jacksonville spent Now, lot of normally considerate
MR.
rUNE SI'KVINO We have always been extremely! : nnny friends are glad to herl I the Thrusday guest of through Mrs. Saturday as. Job, large or .small givenour folk have (their "blind rpoU." 11'. i l.aUJ{
careful where we walk and par May Sweeney.Mr. bent workmanship with the O"\J
,
her here
for visit.
again a
We applicate as cheaply as QUlCKL"IPI.ETtLV.; &: ticularly about sticking out and Mrs. Ernest Morris

$1 per acre (plus cost of CHEAPLY . hands into underbrush and this 1 Billy Gill of Jacksonville wan and family left on Wednesday of best materials.

toxic) and are equippedwith calamity Is making us even more the weekend guest of his sister, last .week for their home In Pom- Copyright. 1949, Unused States Breezes Foundation

the latest Aerial Insecticide Ht'nlce to destroy RO. Stafford Crews told us a- Mrs. Sara Giddings.

insects in the following: crops: Peanuts, Stra\\ berries. bout seeing a rattlesnake and Marlon Hamilton who has been <-'.=-:-r ._ o a

Pepper, Tomatoes Watermelons Egg/ Plant, I'eas.1'ccan! throwing a hammer at It. and spending some time In Hawaii ,

Trees Potatoes, Cucumbers Corn Cabbage, Tobacco no doubt lots. of others are sees returned to his home here lust
week Count the : i
Squash, Celery etc Ing them, too. Guess the only The Brownie Bennett home just
thing/ we can do Is kill everyone
We use 2-J-D WEED KILLER sure death we see west of Lawtey was destroyed FISHER BODY

hy fire of undetermined origin

to ground dog crickets grasshoppers, mosquitoes Did Homo "bedding* : up" with last Sunday night. The home EXTRA VAL UES STYLING AND LUXURY

has been occupied by Mr. Halesince
and other pests. the tractor and.. this time triedto ,
the Bennetts moved to MI-
get the rows straighter, Have
SEE |been the target of some good- ami several months ago./

I natured kidding about beds.. be- |' Miss Libby Morgan of Lake and you'll choose

Lacy Conway o r Leslie Libby ing crooked and the criticism was City was the guest of bliss Ad.i' J 4lt
Edwards: last week
(Union Bus Station) (Temple Carafe: / ) justified. Have noticed in travelIng i! P L. Dinkins who Is employedIn -
around Bradford
Phone 117 Phone :32 County that Georgia spent the weekend .
farmers hare do a wonderful Joe .
here with his family.Mr. .
of preparing beds that are prettyto
and Mrs. J. M[!, Browning
look at. And anything thatIs
and son, David of Lawtey and. FISHER UNISTEU
worth doing Is worth doing I
!Mrs. Margaret Dinkins and m
son BODY CONSTRUCTION
uell. so we're not In far of
Andy of Gainesville were attending .
crooked" beds, and will try to
: the family reunion of the
keep ours straight! In the future
Build it with Browning Clan at the! home of
I As Alice's father (Pop) returns
Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Holmes In
to our place soon we'd better -::
rtaifonl last Sunday, 0... -. '!>_ -.....
have them looking good or we'll .c-; \... __ --
::?
,
I hear about It. Mr. arId Mrs A II Harley returned I ;\--" _, ..
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6 9 to their home last Suml-iy: '"-.->Zl" ..It
after spending the week at Atlantic =
I Now Is the time, we'ie lu-
Beach with the Nelson
formed to get ready to plant
Blockers.Mr. S-INCH WIDE tASE
'!Ither
Hitter Blue Lupine orSweet
and Mrs L H Flitch wen-,
" WHEELS LOW
J I Blue Lupine the latter plus
shopping In Gainesville List Sat-
'Rood: for grazing and.. both excellent :- PRESSURE TIRES
urday.V. .
as a cover crop. Plant 75Ibs.
J. I.in: of Starke was attending -
of seed to the acre; ffitillze *
\
church In Lawtey Last t
with 300-100 Ibs. of 0-11-10.) nut e\

now Is the time to get both nerd Sunday
Mrs I Jewell)I Koberts: and Mm s.-
and Innoculator. Should be

pliint U during let or 2nd weeksof Cuthri'lne Tenre were attending
to business In Gainesville. List
October

Same Is true of White Dutch Friday While there they visited! I I .
Mrs. A. M. Lewis who is. ill '
Clover; name fertilization and I't (
Cr '
planting time and especially true '

about using an Innoculator Lupine
-
CERT1-SAFE BRAKES
by the way, we are, told LAKE GENEVA E.VTR.t Values
I
I with DUBL-LIFE RIVETt ESS
FARROWING HOUSE will not do well In moist or wetland A

I unless It la planted up on"lands" liy Blanche Cunningham are exclusively yours BRAKE LININGSat
for better pork production!
i, at lowest cost in Chevrolet! pnn.Mb. Do t... SMJ
This is also the time to plant Mrs. Arnold Carlson and Mrs.

Rye or Kentucky 31 Fescue for
For convenience, efficiency; and sanitation build your hog house I early winter grazing. We aregoing Blanche Cunningham were callIng '- ; 1 U! ( > ,,
Mrs. F L. : In JJ ?
'of CONCRETE BLOCKS. it will, provide dry warm quarters and on Kasterly : "' ::
is easily' kept free from parasites.There's a sin to fit your teds. to plant Fescue (we are Jacksonville Thursday Mrs.Easterly F jG': CW vfc :
toM to insist on Kentucky 31); :I ; ifrrr
is the only daughter of g 'ft j r
, rhone ......... for complete details. Wt deliver bout 15 Ibs. to the. acre and put ( Mrs. Cunningham./ \ "' '

i. -. j In /500-HOO()( Ibs.fertilizer.4-7-5/ ((25: : percent I 1111,I Mr and Mrs. Fary Nuvotney *& I -- -_ _-_--.._ _-.';=- ,..'If"IN lf

, organic) We will have returned home after spending -
' CONCRETE nocKS UICIIS IASISP plant during early part of Octo several weeks with relatives IONGIST. HEAVIEST CAR CURVED EXTRA ECONOMICAL WORLD'S

. FLOOR. DRAIN AND ROOF TILE I ber. In Ohio. Mrs. Novotney' sister. ITS MUD with WIND5HIILDTO OWNOPERATECHAMPION CENTER-POIISTT

's AND CEMENT Hope that when we get Fescueplanted I Mrs. Jnnle Oshorne returned
RIADT.MIXED CONCRETE .. will have I i with WIDEST TRIAD PANORAMIC VISIBILITY MAINTAIN VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINI STEERING
we fields In

.r. feessarss n good condition and.. plenty of I them.Mr.! and Mrs. T. M. I
Finley
MEETS ALL A. s. T. M. SPECIFICATIONS
grazing to cut down that dog
i were business callers in Lake CHEVROLET CO.
f TORODE
goned feed bill. City Monday.Mrs. .
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As most of you folks knowwe I' Lillian spent the weekend In I
came originally from New STARKE FLA.
"a m : Jersey was notorious for I I K.; inann has returned.. home I

GAINESVILLE, Its moHfjultoes. Until recentlywe from Tampa where he spent the ...-" ,' ,

t P.O. flew 62 FLORIDAPhone 217-218 abound have.. had so few mosquitoes" +, past several weeks with his sons t W'rf> foorwrina CKcvrokrt" SMP r-S rY ice Sp ctaU'all ihU month-so "ALL ABOARD FOR VALUES UNUMTE3l 1

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Baptist ChurchA At The Tabernacle T Ptekitoo and family- tinted vatting Mr.. aDd Mr Carl Jones (CATHOLIC ointcuI
mend* aad relatives her lad;!jla- weekend I I I Sunday. Man .:15 ajn.

cordial isvttaboa+ fa exteoied A airs: group" of young people BROOKERBy weekend.Mrs. ]'Ir. and Mrs. John! : McKi&oey' Sunday S-chewl< 11 ......
to aU!: to wors&ip with Uw cro.isat took; part la the Touts! Meetingat Ira Mae r-M Dcrts KeCey and cteMrvn and children were. doter gwnstsJof 1{ Week< Day Mast. sal am.
the First Baptist Church the T.lIof>made Saturday aigtttaad visited Mr and Mrs. Vasco: Hxra Mr Win Mellon Sunday tnJWaido. 0 say

Stark It a ceotsatrjr" to IoU a- sew type of Bibie Qui: Mr aI4),1rs., Guy Ptahoister of $:s.-k. SWMlayMr During the afternoon j I Bible Study U every Weimnday .
from Leon- i and Mrs Roy Green and Mr, visited her at T:U
two BsonuRg wcrsMp service was enjoyed. A letter aDd family stated Mrs.. Rot'Ptnhobter McKinaey < cvuslia.
Airing: the construction of th* sad :Noeg t who Is away atschool last _. :) I )..In.. EL J Lewis were in Gaines f O..r MeRocfc ta: the Lake I CHtTlCHOF GOO

I Mk11t new awhtwrtom in order to ac- w-as read and proved: lajurestirg. ,' Mm, TyWr' Jones and children vHS on business Monday. aTter- 'City bo.ptalI f Rev L S. WCTtam*. Pastor

coetmoda:* the great cumber at- :, espe taQy to the young' visited la <% 3ahan Thursday aooe.Mr ] Rev lotLb&_ of Stark! 5th A St. Clair Stet
Presbyterian Church I St. Mark's Episcopal tendurg e.cil SwrdIay.n... Pas" i i and Mrs. O W Barry were i jpmacned at the> CfervtUaa Church Sunday School 10 a.m.
Gainesville
tor's message. at Uw First Service I Th Sponsor's message: :' Sunday nigfetMr*. M F Wiggins: and Mrs.IK. Iin Monday Sunday morning and evening I Sunday Msamg Worship 11 .....
11:00 o'clock MorningWorohip, Rev R. F:. :>!' inwiMMi, Bl>. Vicar >:.43 especially for youth but was on "Faith: sad Works' and :, A Sapp>> of<< New River visited Masses C.en Atkiescei. Edith We are sorry to report' that Sunday Eve&icg Service 1:31) p.m.
sad Alma Leta I>
Sermon by Pastor Kaufman"Goin Sunday September< ISth. open< for all wiDA". Mur. special masse consisted of Ttoha Mrs. Roy Green Thumlty afterI Fowler yaX >Horace Cain had to return' to the j T. P. E Sesvtc Tuesday 1:31) pjn
,.; God' Way1 in. the' Theme, SOl: am Holy Communion. dear A S&eptoerd. A Prwartter" and piano ftuatber and; a vocal I- who are student mines at the tnGainesvttl )Stark. hospital for another oferaton Prayer Meeting< Thursday T:>t J pun.PHONTE .
of the sermon. 9:43: a.m Church School .from UM sen** Great Characters Ssulo sung by a promising young I Ii i )Ir. and Mrs. T. W. Markey Alachua GotMra1I'tt.a1 last Moeday. W* wish i
9:43: A. M. Sunday SchoolOpeiurg of toe Oid: Testament. Tbe tier'' visited: thexr parentsSuaday (
| by in .
Classes from nursery ap I sieger. acnmtpaaied were Ga.lolWfl'tU.r.bl' aft.reenoeo. nun a speedy recovery
: EocereIn': \ the Chnpvl. through> junior high school. ;Youth Owirus directed by Mrs.. molfcer: at the piano. r
The Fellowship Class for Men Mona Caaova win the morning Mr.. and Mrs. Edx! SPulk and 213COLONIAL
11.00: a.m Morning Prayer and sing ( Mrs Jennie Thonxiuest. teacher i; Mr and Mr*. T. W Marhey 1 i
f Ma & Pa Kettle i
Women ii visited )lr. and Mrs L.
and meets In tho ChuiTh Sermon by the Vicar. anthem. ,< of the Ladies' Bible Class. I'and Mr., and Mn. Pitt Baxtervtsitod family I
at ten o'clock. Teacher, Charles 6:30:: p.m. Youth Fellowship In 1, At the Second Worship hour was missed from the Fable ; relaUvea In JatkMivUleMr O. I>yal of Ocala SundayMr ;At Park Sunday !
:W:. Turney. : and Mrs F. W. MarkeyMrs. <
i :0) M. Pastor continuest ,
11 A. the
cooperation with the youth of : j School aDd weekend semis ;retentty. '
Visitors are Invited to all .wrvices the Presbyterian< Church at that j I' *e series. of messages "Septem "baring gone to Jacksonville< to and )In.. HtrsfteQ Ley Sold E. J Lewis and Ira Mae Teamed together for the third
.church. I I!ber Studies of Sins of the Saints": visit her daughter. )..II"L. J. A. and children< of Gainesville, Mrs Lowti were. irt GaieesvUl Toes- time ia ')(a and Pa Kettle are :1 FLORIST
Westminster Fellowship. for the 'with the "Stn of Sgregatxx day afternoon. Mar>>rve laID and Percy KJ-i
The church I Is open daily for |,, sermon DtddeU. .t WUkenua o<< Starke and < 1I I
youth of the Episcopal and Prosbytenan and meditation )". The overflow congregmt ),It. bride and Meg RaadaU and Richard -
prayer i I II R. J Gomes occupied the pulpit ant Mrs Jack Simmons of ,
churches Itnltea oth..rato '! for this hour will find,,. Long The picture< ts plying I
The Church School is now ful- on of the Christian Cttnrcti In Monteoch were dinner guests of {
attend its meeting: Sunday I I1v organized and meets ewry.comfortable seating: In the ad- Mflntch. Sunday morning d&rI I Mr a. dlrs. :N C Matt and Mr GRAHAM ,' at the Park Theatre Sunday t@
evening at 8:30. Rev. )lr. SunI I rooms The choir directed through Tuesday.
9:45 o'clock jotDirg .
Sunday morning at : j ing the absence of the regular and Mrs J. R. Mott Sunday.Mr j
mon will be the speaker ami3trs. In the, church with classes for all.ages by Mrs. Lucille Green will pasta,. Rev Fred< Dodd.:: and Mrs. James Mona: Bv Mn. Josm MeliaaeyGeorge The Main. -KUlbnd. conxbtnatx -
Patterson and Mr. Robert nursery through Junior bring the special music of the and daughter of Jacksonville i| was attempted so successfully
will b* the hostesses. hth school. Mack Futci Is superintendent !hour and Mrs Mona Canova: is ..u.tNllr and )If'&. Edgar : Boric has migned his in The Egg and r for the I
and teachers are: .organist for both services. Church Of ChristBible Duke \last week. r pcKMtion with the Humphreys first time that the two comics' FLOWERS

Bethel Revival I Nursery and Kindergarten. Mrs. Sunday evening the Happy School. 10.ajn.: .. Wor- Mr aad Mrs, Edgar: Dukes. and Gold Corp. and has soU his property were. paired again ia -Feudta'. I FOR ALL OCCASIONS'
George Miller and Mrs. B. E.. Hour begin at 7:30 with a request Sub- ,children were guests of Mr and at Graham to. the' Joan Fussia' and A-F.ghtui' and for.1
I 1 1:CO am Sermon I
ship.
Revival meetings Listing: foran Simmons; Primary Mrs. James period for hymn and "Cod's last wta ant Te- ifeet r Mrs Launnce< Crawford of High Shetps of :New York. Mr. Shelpwill < the thUme In Ma and Pa DISH GARDENSPOTTERT
Indefinite period at Bethel, Blnrkshear: Juniors. Mrs. Merrill j choruses. The message by the,''tamenU"Cvemrg Springs last Sunday farm the place in semiretirement i K..tUe.HI to The- Egg
Baptist Church 1 mile east of!. Struth: Junior High. Mrs. Lemuel Pastor win be Tfce Will of G Starke. will begin Monday Colson. Special classes: In t The Youth Chorus directed by : Semre. 7:3O pm. Lake Butler visited relatives leaving us for Jack.nu.nw"j, Miss RaadaH and Long appeared POTTED PLANTS
ing. September 19, at 7:30: \'l'n-I. Acolyte trainingand Altar Guild Mrs. IA. Otaova: will sing with Sermon! SubjectAre- You A 'I here and attended Church of have purchased a confectionary together for the first time
clock.: work will be held once monthlyduring Mrs. Ruth Morse at the organ. ChnsCtan Young People'sMeeting Chrut Sunday and sundries business there and ,I in Cns Cross. again in "The FLOATERS WIRED
The series of will be school hour. at Taro;:! p.m. Subject will take their residence In I
meetings the church Sunday School with attendance )lr. and Mrs Edgar Dukeswen up Life of Ritey' and for the third ANYWHERENona
conducted: by Rev. R. L. Lee Pastor An invitation is extended to r'f'adun.gell' over 3OO has departroeata -Faith-. in Jacksonville on business Springfield at one*. )lr. William Urn inM* and Pa K.t tie-bot-
of the Church, and visiting ,all children who have no church < and clashes for an Tae! public Is invited to attend< Monday. p j MU1U, who Is Mrs. Birk's : cause of the smoothness' with : St Stark.
ministers. Everyone is cordially home to worship and study with .ages staffed by more than 64 the services at the Church of Mr and Mrs.. LrUe Green and!son and who is an officer on a which they handled romantic
invited. ,Pus. i officers and teachers. Training nest We have no Creed but children: and lira John Cone i.'Great Lakes steamship, will svwafMt couple roles before. I
Unions gather at <4.13 with an the Chnst. no Book but the Visited Mr and Mrs. Bill Plum- .' his family while on f'lrio\Igb'j
active Adult Union training In B-bte. met of Orlando Sunday I IMrs. Mrs. HllUard
[ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. I church membership Our Gospel Tent< will be pitched G. E. McCauley and Miss !Carl Brougnlon. end Mr and I ALVAREZ' STORE )I.n' nothln |

LrnU D. Unities Pastor l )hd-. service is held 7:3O In Stake tn about ten days '! WUiene; McCauley< of Palatkaj I Mrs. Egbert Brmigiiton were Establi..tIed I '.
Peach You are Invited to attend then visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green'Saturday 'visiting relative' la MacclennySunday.
I; Wedaesday evening with Interesting -
and learn about .
1 meetings come
"In The Heart of To"nnd In The Heartsof message by the Pas the Church Clinst. You )lr. and Mrs. ,
I tor. Inspiring to the more than of can Charles Hardy of Friends of Mr and Mr. Robert
The People"A SO in attendance weekly. j read, about it in the Bible. There ,'Starke visited Mr.' aDd Mrs. Roy regret to know that their CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION
will be no offering taken at any < Green Sunday afternoon. home was destroyed. by fire coli
r AU services are for the public.risator '
Southern BaptiM Church For All People r and resident alike who \time. j Mrs J. R. Mott visited her unknown origin<< Sunday while j I VMOCO Gas Oil Electric WeUingJ
Hun.I' Dand said: "I was glad when mother. Mrs Brook Ferryman of they were< away from home
seek know and ;
to worship
Morning 'o"hlp-II: Happy Hour i10Sunday I they said unto me. let us go to j I''Gainesville' Monday : Little Ruth Wright of surkal ".king; 4tiT. *iajc Tire*. Tahoe & Batterie Arc
I the house. of the Lord": Are you Mtss Myrtle Hxen of Lake spent the weekend with herd I Sold ew BtTXIKT PL*S.
School -9:1.1 Training t'nloe-CU PENTECOST. CIU'RCII glad If so show it by attending;) \City visited friends and relatives\ grandparents. Mr and Mrs. J Cj PHONE lit FOR SERI ICE
Midweek< Sen'Ice \\t-dne..day. 8OO f. M. I 1 TO HAVE RF.MV.Al. (net Lord's day Come thou ''1 here 1: last Wednesday and Thurs I Moody j i iIle I

1r Revival services will begin *tt: wits us and we" wiU do the good. "'day. ant, Mrs. Perry Starlingand < I RIDE: FLORIDA C.KEYHOUXD BUSSESSFCTV
"TWO"OREAT'SUNDAY :MORNING SERVICES": r George Haxen and Doyle Haxenj.risited :. daughter. Katherin. were
I the Pentecostal Church on Tenth; I SPEED <(<:MFtKT KCONOMT
I' J H. Haun of Mrs. Liute
Christian Church her mother.
visiting
9:43: "A Slain .:g)ptlan" 11:00: "Sin of Segregation" I Street September 19. at :3O o' ; J.clttoon-I'
rifle last wekend.Mr < :limes. at :dewberry Sunday.Mrs \ .
I clock.: Visiting minister will be
11.1'1'IH'II.. 7:80: P.M.: : '"Th.1U of God"Vlslt Rey. SylvesUa Ward of Foley. Sunday School each Sunday at and lit Ovid Cano 01aaUlunlle Buddy Stokes of Brookerhas \\LEARX1 TO FLY the ratty iray. Pay -
6 I' I Fla. 10 a_m Morning Morship 11 a.m. |<. visited )Ir. and Mrs. 1" be<-nII\ at the home< of her
everyone is cordially: in- charter trips and sightseeing -
Evening Morehip ':':30 pjn. Pray I R. F Gano \last weekend. mother.< Mrs. Bunle Broughton. \you learn. Special
v.ted Rev.
The Church With The VisitingPastor" by the pastor. Paul I
1 :Taylor. er Service each Cedneday 9pm. Mrs. Mary L. Green, who has I\\. are Everyone welcome< E! i II spent the past four months tn I IDana. this eating.Henry I
1. I The Bradford County Singing .. Texas with. her son W. Altman Nichols: was I

HOME T A R L I IN church Con..ntlon.11 Sunday., September convene at IS.the at a .;

2:30: p m Come and hear< them.

GSSTARKE ,
OWNED rrNTroosr.\L nouxtssIvth ,\ .C
SU and Temple Ave.
11'Grocery&Market Sunday School 9.15 a. m.; Morning
Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic i
; Services 7.0O p. m. Everyon*- -
WE RESERVE TilE ItKJHT TO LIMIT
CIH'KCII OF Jf:...t"s CIIKKTOK ;JIICKErWAS
LITTER D\Y !S \1XTSTTie THE
LARD, 25 Pound Cans, Each - 4.45We Church of Jesus Christ o' "
Later Day Saints will hold Sun-
day school In the VSO building;
give you C on Temple Avenue every Sundayat

another shot extended 10 a m to A all.cordial invitationis I LAUNCHED /


('OSGRF.G TlOS.\L i
TIDE 24COM :\IF.TIIUUI..T! Cllt'KOIS ,
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nr.ce every first and third ,, r
w: Saturday night. Sunday morningand I
I Sunday night. 11 a.m. and

| din t pm Church at Congregational on Brownlee Road.Metho-( ONE YEAR AGO

: Rev Ernest Gnffla pastor.
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('IIIR(11 1.11SI'PPIR:
COFFEE (Blended just to suit you !) lb. 44c The Lawtey Church of God is I,

I sponsoring an old-fashioned chicken j

GRITS, Jim Dandy, 5 Pound Package . - 32c '( grounds pilau supper tomorrow on the(Saturday church) jI I

i night beginning at 6 o'clock. ,
Proceeds will be used for the. expenses .
STRING BEANS, Florida Gold, No. 2 Cans, 2 for 31c I of the church's adult class I ., : .
: ReY A J Mersey, the Pastor
said. A nominal fee of :iOc.nUI
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III-UI "Hent in town for the money!" SELF-HISING i I for adults and JVcents: for children I ; -and In the 12 record-breaking months since,
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under 12 will be charged I
The public .is cordially: invited. / every phase of the automobile business

48lb. has felt the impact of that historic


FLOUR 25 1 NEW RIVER Introduction by Oldsmobile

AM U I.OXCJ HKIDGE
By Mr*. I.: .-\. SappMr 1KU; ;is the fiat snni.
.n.y of one of the. ri."T TIA or 'N' .oc..r

moll ;revolutionarydevelopment< S..t..ase t-The
( and Mrs S Wester and ianwlurinf "Karkel". plait l*
I B. C Summers ..if take City -.ere htaliirv. roiwplrled..
i : visiting Mr an.! Mr. Ira ;Merritt 5:>:: ().........Mle'. .triUianl; S.q. e.4st. ...>..." IS-"*U.-
Sunday afU-nvxin I -" "Koiirt" 1II(1n: < lpgg _..b.M'. new "Ii_".

Large Dry LIMA BEANS (Best bargain yet!) 2 lb. 39c 1 Mrs. Lydia fuhn. flU GladysCaldwell In one hart year.aaimn et"ptvee.trdtotheprw.the"Racket" Kntine. i.i .hrt.

I and Miss Mary Lee< hat rhanp.l. \en.-; i <>* .,.tNyaIDs first

BEANS, Great Northern, Fresh Stock, lb. 13'c' Pledger Faulkner Johns of Monday.(Ralford visited ,r live Uixl.ir'l level. of*prrl. It'<>rmanre ha brought and, a reliability romiiletelvnew to 1foee..itea. produclioa. coxes saodelRtirket" ooT
I ; 114.
: Guests of Mr and Mrs Lester I motoring. 1 It ha Just A Few! V hat\ IX You Think?!! : Johns Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. (... smuutli, <|UH>t. economical; puwrtt I ...Mkr .-Firclnublw
PEACH PRESERVES, Formost. 12 oz. glass 14c Jennle Andrews and children of I J..ugotM.
1 Rut YOU mot drip it to believe. itt! On this. : "
Lake Butler and Mrs. Eddie Km let.
i I Lewis. Miss Iva Mae Lewis and cnnliatlv.n'.l.t..anni..n."o..rl.I.mot..I..I.I..r' }invite von to take the wheel I of a t ae.eiiev. D.r.-a.e ,.-r.,...

c brother Allen of Brooker. "Bucket", ", << r.njine'(Milr. ami .JM<'O..n 1141'R tFel. "of the new
5 .lb. Fac- ", Fncine ia
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Mrs. Tom Hodge and Earl
son. with
bow the "limkrt"combine Urdu-
the.Hire *'aa UU" ..
Moody of Archer were vtaltiniCMr. .Marie Drive (.* llie mnl thrilling nrrf irnianre
SUGAR tory Pack 29 : and Mrs O. B Moody Monday i 1 you're. evrr known. ph.nae|. rail will being rtMvwre"Raker"you t.nll' .at anew
RZ"sv
a tfinllinj dciuutwlratioa rxl. !( .bwoileredn th'
\O :-; Mr and )In.. A. P. Moore who i )94r ?. ..
= live in their trailer home here I I __bale -W
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hat Long) Bridge are visiting theirson .P 4- M..1t Jl-"Racket". *
Cecil< and family in Miami I I I z ( 0.4 CfcfM': +A 'JMa"L"", Kngine, -83..u kUlrliBibuK )-
J I / recor for few
a days.
I J&'kaon-I 194* .neral Motor*'IVovinf .
Miss Coaette Sapp of j Grouttd.M .

Wilson Corned Beef HASH, Each - 33c Mrs villa: visited E A Sapp her< paronta.over the Mr.weekend and- j i iI r -.. rp ..r-J... t.all'sa".y SO'.R_pace...**

It...SoJU..M.le R_ uIndianapolis.
I Among those who attended 1f4/ .

church: services at Johnstown ....., ...... I-S.ioe..id.
c Sunday morning and : Mrs. Seebrr! Moody and T ration Caatpaiga

Neck Bones Ji.; 14 children. Betty Jo and Wesley.Mrs. .t 7..V. "._..".....1 Drt..V 4.-. 1'-::. launched.p. .
; ; Minnie Granger<< Miss Camilla "a-..." r.._ _. ,.. Aiwu J... 14-10tt.OMtli'Ko .
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Sapp.Jane Miss Moody Jonni, Miss Francis Coiette and I t wee..aoaa". t g Iw r..r .-., ;is built.
.. Bobby Crews. 8. L. Crews and I!
Mrs. Mabel( Sapp. JUTURAMI' OLDSMOB1LE DEALER
SEE YOUR NEAREST
We Give Those Appreciation Day Tickets Mrs. Preston Durden and Muse i
Carolyn Durden of Lake Bradford '
We Also Deliver Groceries! I and Mlaa Hazel Phillip of TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY
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T\C.E FIGHT iw\nroRn rOTrSTV TR1RrtnATrr. tCTtn9711!. r . FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16. 1941
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is the first time Don and I have I I !
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ever been apart over night. I amMO I TIKORXTO.V TII.\'Io' KS \\If''

Hilly over my home that my 1 f t I i VOTERSI W. C T.V. j
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heart hits really ached at. the wish to thank each and
!'himghl/ oi laving 1 hllv. not ra
pully been, homesick vet and every voter In the City of Starke ".I-' Ol'R WAY OH" LIVE IS

snppoHo the coming days are gng <,- for their vote and support givenme WORTH UIIILEl: IF IT IS:

to be the wornt Anyhow nt In the- City Election of September \\OKTII FiailTINO FOR. IT IS:

/r Loral gurqess AloftrMlurrJn the poet In the above poi-m says' 13. \\OICTII VOTING FOR.

DnNC_.. _n_.NEr-s, __P_ z_:==:=a "Kor who but man hllll shed a -- W. E. Thornton (1'ath.Nmlrr.( )
tear, to plead with God and wait Chief of Police

I arrive at the 'lioMpKu'and jnmns and robe In room 460. I In vain," Yet I shall nay u .7 y .. ,..dJ,. .t .t 9r
flat l an enjoyable' journey In 'vixe had delicious meals, ire prayer and try to bo brave One
thing, I am so glad I came here, '
tar 'Kind of l'bf'A""t inter. and a pretty bouquet of There. seems to be plenty of: The Candidates Appreciated Your Support .,; '.

W. pity beast Pray pity man. flowers from Purple Heart Moth- nurses, good doctors and !Burgeons

"Who dreams of stars, yet "'rs. Lots of stationery and plenty of men to clean, : '
knows but sod; plenty of examinations by two curry trays, make beds. I urn i cT. To Make Their Campaign A Success

Who questions life and death doctors Tomorrow I go up to waited on hand and foot. The, *
and plan the operation room at ten o'- last time In the hospital when I:
And dares to cry the nnnio of clock. Although this la but wan a WAC I did tho work

God. Wednesday something told' me to waiting on other people I remember -
,I write thin today for I mAY not how tired I got before
\\ ere we but beast tc> feel and a ,
hn fueling too well on Friday. So the day was over Now I am r Pew .
s ,
I, of '
f.'sr'e I
Ltap far.
fur I MVP: rather enjoyed my glad I was a VVAC I did my ; -
\\ would this brutal I
be spared
:(stay Last Saturday afternoon part as I saw my duty I am
pain, my friends, Blanche: And Carl proud of my record, This In my

I ir who but man has shed H Llndwell, came over and took reward. This la a new hospital
War Digger: and Willlo Bird home to HO clean:| and fresh. There are / e

To plead with God and wait In nre for them until I return. I radio headphones at the head of _
vain? did I not I leave until Tuesday morn.Inj .- my bed. I have a private bnth,
-Louise Goodson /? no I felt mighty, loneHome "shower, new and private room. Now That The Election Is Over And The
without Digger thorn- days and My bed Is white and Immaculate,
'v tourney to the hospital wns nights/ I had rots to do for I even a new white wool blanket *
Football Seasons The Tornadoes
Here
a 'Peasant one. Don took mo to had certain things I wanted to ill has turned quite root here and, 1 M
Si, ux City. I sot: a DIM at 8.10ft : I do before leaving\; I washed and I Moat' nite It waa 47 degrcen. iI 9 rv a !nvI I
IT'. The ronntiv H lovely coin- 'ii-oned! the kitchen and! bathroom I on the fourth floor facing the I ; Will Appreciate Your Support To Make

inn north> to Sioux Faux I meta I iiirtulnH I also did our laundry ,''southeast -- as I could sue the ,
n ry lovely l lady with whom 1"HI and Ironed HO everything would; i sun coming up out of my win- 'Iw""' I Their Season A Success.
.and. chatted all the ,way. Ar- hH clean I baked a cake, waxed' dow. Out the window T can sea
rlv'T'K in Sioux Fall\ her nnil polished kitchen. find bathroom i across the broad countryside, the a "v r
In'aw met her. They bi'.I..tel'-I' tkuiiH I gave everythinga clumps of trees dotted here and SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY -

me in the nice Studebaker good dusting and bid thing I there that shield farm buildings

to the door of the hospital cal'l goodbye. I have been mighty I from the winds which seem to SEE THE TORNADOES PLAY !
in always red tape on .. 'loM" to home for over, three blow eternally. At this momenta
tint loon I found myself In pa- years I have not away. It wind howls about the building
: I with a woe-begone Hound not
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us cozy as the winds at Ponca. Gem JewelryWhere
Had to pniiBe for a moment A

very swept nurse came, took my
temperature and pulse. Another
';.UNDERSTANDING young man dressed In white Quality Has No Substitute

brought me lee water" Yes It Is

based upon long years of wide experience good when ill to belong to Uncle Seaboard K. It. Watch Inspector -
Sam

and Serving: dignifies thisfuneral ('I.A,. 1111.1. School opened Sept 4 St.irkc, Fla.

6 with Mr Maxwell. Mr. Nash
home with a superior excellence -
and Miss Mildred Wood as teachers

in handling affairs of sacred, The two men board at
Strickland's and Miss. Wood at
discretion. Arthur Wilkinson's. Rev Strick- SPEED QUEEN

land now has his elf'ctrlclRMR.\ .

DeWITT C. JONES How. gllI am for all good Polka\ WASHING MACHINE the Finest !
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Little Hardy Padgett was Injured BHS Tornadoes Undergoing Gruelling Grind

Phone Starke, Fla. working last with Tuesday Horace Whitehead lIe was FI SH'N'S To Get Ready For First Game On Sept. 23

on a bridge when a large timber FUN
\BUS: TOKN.\I'.S are shown! above going: through their early season -
Funeral Director Ambulance Service fell on him. I hope he la recovering -
by now. training pace un>ler the watchful eye of Coach Jimmy Hobba

Clue local funeral home enables: us to offer conveniences and II'I.I'I'I'L: IIINTS: I took a It's I a rugged workout the buys are getting, but that's what It taken to

services not otherwise available couple of pillow canes worn thin put out a winning football team. Construction In center la the new

_. ,, I tore them open and tore off 1700 0 0"
the wide hem and all seams andI ready for the first homo football game on September 30. I
W* fvrnlili the highest service at lowest and -. .. _
type prices had a very nice dish towel Saved -- .. -
My nil\! Kaher
Jtceept ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY my good embroidered ones I !with live bait Herman Lee of' end assure the people of Starke VIII IIIjIIIIII IIII II
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company, as payment lu part or In full on a funeral. save empty Ice cream or any I Yes' air If you haven't Starke can testify to that Hd that I appreciate the pleasure and IIII ipI ; i
Consultation! carries no obligation. paper cartons. When I have fish already! found out flsh'n's fun privilege of serving them duringmy ill III III
In with 8 nice
I frying grease or onlona that must you sure have been mitsin' out. came Saturday tenure of office as Mayor. I
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be thrown away I put It In carton (TIs the most relaxin' and e ,
then burn In the trash 1 cltln' apart known to yours truly IbH. Sure, that Isn't' In the prize I J. P. Roberts. I

IN i often nave every paper sick to ). Yip, there's no better feel- winning\ class, but this writer I Idoonn't JU'KXON THANHSI ,
put garbage In -- saves my nice In' than being/ 'vet. hungry. cold, I u II IIi
I
: mind t fish like these OTKKS
JET regularly -
; ( I garbage pall getting so dirty iinJ miserable, and no stiik .j! (UU- I!
To the voters of StaikeIt : '
on his tlinger' Yep --
soiled. huh!) \ (
is a pleasure for me to have i ibeen I ''I'IL. i
Across the hall from me Ise( 1 A few good examples of fjood live bait fishing always pay off! I I = i Ii
elected your Councilman for ,, .
TIlE man very 111\ slowly dying of fishing were shown out our way Tnke It from the oltf-tlme fishermen I the next two year term. I sincerely I I ir I I I I II "
On further down weekend C. F McKendioc Ij ai I III
..-4- I ranter. anoth..r ,,111st They know appreciate everyone's vote : i I I I j Ii

young man who moaned so of Jax came home with one 11 .
last nlte and In much and I small and support As far as I amconcerned I I'I'I
was painhe I pound onet Roy F'lorfdlar.'u II '
,
I'lshiniy In the Central every one voted for ,
IIAR i has had a major opeintlon Browning J. Shim mm and! Kyle: II IJWIii
1If I calls to men nil over the me, and everyone. wilt\ be treated I I
(; I do not I leave far.I and home I I
my room very McMtirtry son came whop! country. Atlanta, Ga, equally Thanks I II j
menu to be quiet and do as ; with a nice catch of 7 buss, ore/ jI
I sends Its quota often. Last week Billy Jackson
they toll me, Soon I shall be weighing/ 7 1-2 Ibs. (Shhh they I I
Dr O L. Haynes Jr. had many I. I I Ii
I home. I flow forbidden !but I
hope happy again Into tcrrltoiy friends down from Haiti: city -
i with Don, mv Digger dog\ and got away without being shot 11 t. They were Dr. and Mrs Jack D. I IHunter i
; Willie bird I have two card I understand) Yes, sir SWEATERSChildren's
and Dr.
son Douglas.
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And You Get table I the tthhl'n down that
on my brought!: one mighty good nml Mrs Win Avery, Charlie '
I with me sent by Miss Olive Ray way. All these fine, scaly choppers De Nomflmle, Mr and Mm. Hnrrlion -
J Home r Today I hAd card from fish, that Is to be
Spare Time Training: at r I a a pen ( ) Deem : Orlffln Ml. and Mis Frank 2'
With Regular Army Equipment pal in Minneapolis. Minn. I hope hitting on Johnson spoons John Richards, and, Kd: Rowan Theyreported I _
J'i tomorrow I shall receive Home" Dlllingers, and 20-0( frog fining! i_ _
Extra Money at Regular:: Army e h more The wind howls. I nm top water plugs fair flshin and I I I
wonder if son Douglas dld:1't: out
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Rates of Pay I
thinking of home and Don God
t \ do the rest" $99.95EASY PAYMENTS !
.. Crcilit, Toward Retirement Pay :. -- bless you all I Plug noting. in:: inn, but you .
Cost You Love [.lIrn.. can't beat good ole rune poles
:No ,
at to Well, folkn -- these are Just a
:\: few fine fish stories. ( true toolgiven
Learn Skills
Promotions You
: :as BUYS FIRST FARMALL CUB
to> aa a get-arqiimfnted( \ rL
Aiding You in Your Civilian Job ,. you
, :; s\\\NAl'\ offer. I hope to be seeing you

\ every week, That Is, If the paper L
4 can Blond! It, you people can rend Ti 1
" 101..1: OKIlq. ( .\tI. \J... Ox rJL1- It. and the stories. hold out. If 98c I'.r I'\...
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i & 1111(| <'0., 2nd Itn.J2Uh .: I any of you can dig up a few
:
choice tidbits for other fishermen $1.49 $1.98 -
Infantry I i to !know, just write to L LtbI
(1 7femple}" Ave.-Ph. 1'J-Starke:, Fla. "DSt..\; '. "Flnh'n's Fun" care or this, rL

t paper Starke, Kin. We'll print I Outing Flannel

I It '"m or brat the man that tried, Stripes Dots t ,
_- ItS the old saying goes- i I '
: fr And Plain ........ -

5 f SACv ; -----t ti tJI w n,: Deeds Recorded I 39c Yard < -; -:;--==---- f


ODOR RfoI 6iv ( i i Mr and Mrs S. P. Howrll'' of Child'sSLEEPERS ,:', _:3s 1 Ni PHILCO FREEZER
Strike' to Mr. and Mrs W MAvnt I ,
y ftVfs of Staike SW Cor of : Small Down Payment -
( NW Quarter- of NK: Quarter Set !
L.
SOW I 16 T-vp" 1S range 22 K: run N $1,59 21 :-Months To Pay

JI a V Nr S07 feet I Extra Pants 89c I 1'1111.0REFRIGERATOR

g i fNr Mr and 1 1frs.: 1. :"tebbins ,
: of Aluchuii. Co. to Mr and Mrs I IIf
i A HeaveR of Alar-him' Co .l 1 I Enjoy the lluilt-In Electro Master

Lot No I of the flu vl'n. Bedford Sullivan'sDRY .freezer Locker.

- 1 'LiFIX rake being pArt of the NW 1.11) =
I II lJow-;
, > of NK 1-1 I Section 13, Twp 8 S. : Small Payment RANGES
range 22 K.IUKU.IIT. 21 Months To Pav
r.. {_ '''''' 7-\ __ lIiI u_ -_"""" --"""" ,- I Ic. GOODS

I .<.<.. ,\, <..ilsiat li-ll shay) pun'hiivd I the' first Ftirnmll ('"h|I \\'.\ : ; TII\MiS. I C. H. NAS WORTHY

i I tractor ....\\.1 In llri: nl O.mitj. l II> the I-'arm, 1I.>n.t .toe Supplj,' VOTf-KS: Iii West Call Street
I thank all the voters of Stnrke
I Iq who ri"truth 'Ix-raiix nal'l" for thl. Iulllllllr| | purr| l uf 'Iull"'nt| | for the courtesies shown ma I GENERAL SUPPLIES
made! l".\ the International Ilurtrotrr C... ;Mr. duii* N u rHIrrdmriliiiiilu the city election, and I for the inl I' Starke, Fla.
2.11: I K.: Call St. Starke Fla.
I und recently |pnrrliawvl l what I.. knmtn u* the oil l l lli'rnunllllani4 or and privilege- of representing; ,

..-, .... i, \\ |'luii- northeast of Murke. Freddie, \\.11..011.. ut rlKht! : you n9 your Mayor We" will all '_- _. J ---
N <-\|>l.linlntt <.lane of the mull l.iiiilinif; fi-uiurcH of the tratlur, to ;Mr. work together- for the "common
UP FOR FALL I Cia..... good.

Make n list of home: repair net-els and i Sincerely

hrinjf It In to us. We: have quality lumber, Yea The J. R Wainwright.
uallhoard. builders' hardware mason i iewpplies. Tourists And Transients Like Enter FORDS:
H.YNN= = TII.\ '
K4! \OTERS
Our Food
Sherwin-Williams Paints, and ,
f.) I wish to sincerely thank the
many other home fit-up needs. 1\ lit we still haw time In rater many friends and supporters who
CONn; mNTJ.Y LOCATED; ACROSS FROM 1 (5' voted and worked with me during $100,000CarS
SEA1IOAKD AIR LINE DEPOT :t.:: the home folk'e ap the recent election I truly

F.II.A. IJcmiKlelintr or Repair Loans can be 2 JjII\ / .'\ yuur business and' always appreciate. all your effort. Sincerely u

obtained. Let us explain to >'ou.J : f.ty ContestS
f9W "
) to please our friend at home. I -- Geo. B. KlynnItOMFKTH .


TAR.K&BUILDERS' : : TIINKSOTF.US!'
Still Serving Our Famous Business :Men!' I I 'vlsh! to take this opportunityto 700hJ!:

LUNCH :JOe thank my friends for their r
SUPPLIES loyal support in the. City Flee

.. .. GUIDON lion of last Tuesday. I extend
-m4 SAL. DEPOt 'Cit&1t. o.V 45 W. GRILL
my heartiest congratulations to S DIAIMK FOR A Flit SAFITT CHICK MHO INTIIY.I.ANK

I 0 ,. I" r 0' r.ro. KOPF.I.on.o my successor J R \'aln\\'rlght,

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