Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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_ ____ _:_ Council Believes Census figureIsTooLowForCitvOfStarke Big Alligator
Reported To Be Coroner's Jury Returns

In Hampton LakeB.

i:_ ;. i S. Hardman. veteran commercial .

_ I fisherman and operatorot Defense" Verdict'In
The City Council met In regular make. the trip. It was also brought Hardman's Fish Camp on HamptonLake "Self

l f session Tuenday afternoon at C to the attention of the Council! state that a large alligator

,. o'clock with the following member the burning of trash In the crowd.ed estimated to be about 14 feet Ir
t4 present: James A. Lewis chair. alleys of the business district length, has reportedly been steer

man L. O. Hazen, P. L. Bridges and various other place of bust- ': In Hampton Lake recently.It .
H. A. Bishop, Jr. and William T ness and Chief Picket brought|I 1 la believed that the alllgatoi Wainwright Death

I Jackson. out the danger of this being done!was forced out from nefby,

Charles Hardy and Merrll G and what could happen in caw a swamps because of shortage ol

Ui'MUtan presented a Plat of serious fire should get sUtredi In water due to the unusually dry:

Hardy's Addition to Stark for the business district. The Coun-' season and ha taken refuge In McAlister Absolved From Blame

JL. the Council's acceptance. Motion ell agreed with Chief Pickett that, Hamoton Lake. "'Liberty Bell' Heard .

- was made by P. L. Bridges that the burning of trash In pie crowd-1, Mr. Hardman states that according
the Plat of Hardy's Addttlon-ie ed alley of the business district < to his observation alligator By Large CrowdAt At Inquest Here, Wednesday

Starke be accepted and that the' should be stopped' and that they: feed only at night and consequent Ceremony Here

streets be graded as per' Plat would instruct the Garbage Department ly there 1* no danger Involved ton In a sweltering anteroom of the Bradford County court-.

8.. 0M. Motion was seconded by H. A I to pick up all trash dallyIn daytime swimmers. He warns The sound of th. Liberty Bel house ]late Wednesday afternoon an eleven-year-old boy threw

>. Sadenwater, who live Just south of Michigan Ranch onWIII"a Bishop Jr. and carried by un.nl'l the business district. swimmer to be on the alert, however echoed through' Starke last Friday his arms around his dady'a knees and wept.

:Mrs. 100, think she ha something' unusual several pota- mous vote. Supt. Berry S. Johns, of the City for the big 'gator might/ b< afternoon a. one of the 52 replicas The mother stood by telling her son there was nothingto
Jack Trawick of the Bradford Light/ and Water Plant. appeared tempted to grab someone by the now touring/ the United States ai .
"tonuttoM" and too small to com
apparently hve oa top potatoes on the about now. Three other children
which Health cry
i Clinic advised that they before the .Council presenting the leg if they come too close. a feature of the Independence SavIng
of tIM pwuMa vine la''exhibited.above. Mrs. Saden- prehend the significance of the moment seemed unconcern.
One had been able to secure a sprayerto condition that one of the waui Bond Drive was her for an

r lay* If the thing *t .top aren't.tomatoe*. they sure Ipolc like spray the City of Stark In try. pumps :was In. After discussion, Latin American hour at the east side of the county' ed.
lot they all dropped .Off-before maturity so' she COlda't'atve Ing to control mosquito and other the Council recommended that the. courthouse. It wan the family's1 first reaction to the verdict of Justifiable *

ftoe .*"..te tHt. -The Telegraph would be glad to hear from anyi Insects, provided the town would City Board of Bond Trustees ha.. Students Address The bell and It. accompanying homicide that a six-man coroner' Jury bad just re-

.baa. an expb.natiofor tide'strange phenomenon. furnish the kerosene necessary to die this matter. In this discussion Rotary ClubFirst I personnel were' welcomed to Starki turned, absolving Fred McAllster frontblame In the. Sunday
--- mix the spray The Council agreedto n motion was made by P. 1. Bridges by W B. Saweli county chairman afternoon shotgun slaying of II. G. Wainwright

furnish the necessary kerosene that Supt. Johns Instructed hand Information on two of bond *sales A. J. Thoma Jr. McAllster himself wa calm- .
Legion Baseball E. W. Hayes asked If the Council not to loan materials to anyone of our South American neighbor Commander of American Legion with no outward show of emotion was standing 'at the 'southwest

mtnior would be Interested in selling Motion was seconded by H. A. Bishop countries wa given to member Post 56, delivered a brief address just a* he was earlier In the afternoon corner holding a hammer and a

the land owned by the City Southof Jr., and carried. of the Rotary Club Wednesdayby on the purpose of the current when telling the Jury "I ho*. .

mts Off To Good' Start Alligator Creek adjoining Ute A report of the 1950 Canine of students form the University drive whose slogan/ Is "Save for pulled the trigger", but only in '-He 4rw' back his arm and

garbage dump. After a dlscuaslon 2901 population In the City of of Florida. your Independence.". what ha believed to be defense of threw the hammer at me and I

lor Legion 'baaeball got. vn- Diatrictwtll be held at Bradford a committee was appointedto Starke was discussed and the City Addressing the club at its lunch. Following the address all spectators his own life. pulled the trigger apl ." Me-

I Thursday of laafweek 3all Park In Starke on the nightsof / get with Mr.' Hayes and look Council agreed that they thought eon meeting were Rene Scloville who wished to do so were From each successive witness the jury "hoping just to scare

Post M of Stark*'.beat Post July 27, 28, and 29.starting at over the property.Fire there were more people In' Stark of Colombia and Adan Cajlna. of allowed to ring the bell' and the called to testify in the crowded him."

Lake Clt$. 72. 7 p.m. Chief Pickett appeared before than the count showed and that'' Nicaragua. Both spoke In an deep mellow tones were heart courtroom came substantially the Apparently Walnwright' wa.'

ke City drew first' blood in The Northern Area Tournament the Council advising that It this was a matter for the Chamber Interesting manner of their native throughout the city same story Walnwright and three uninjured by the first blast and
fit Inning but soon dropped will also be held In Starkeon was not clear to him as to what of Commerce to Investigate and countries describing geography The tours of tie 52 replica belli companions-Austin Smith. Lester McAllster said he h.ld tile hoe up

d when Jack Hazen got a the nights of August 3, 4. and should be Pine in case of being If necessary enter a protest Pt natural resource, and will enable million of Americanswho Oatlln and Francis SHcox-had with the blade facing out. a* \if to

e i in the second and was fol- 8.'Starting at 7 p.m. called out of town to fires After same until It was found out that. government. Mr Scloville I la have never seen the originalbell been drinking beer Sunday morn. hurl or attack his tenant :with It
1 ground the base by Delanc Playeri. comprising the Poet a discussion of same the Council this was correct. It was also mderatood studying business administration and Who might/ never get tc leg at Hampton Lake. They left "When he drew back the hoe I

u, Wyne Douglas/ ;and L mMlllams 56 ,squad are as follows: John agreed to let Chief Plckett use Ms further by the Council while Mr. Cajlna I I. an exchange!, Philadelphia to see It, to Inspectan there about one o'clock presumably pulled the trigger again' Me-
who waa' ,running Arnett. Byron' Newcomb Harold own judgement in going out of that there are a number of person student In the College of Engineering -' exact copy of this moat hallowed to "ride around" in Wain- Alister said "H* dropped the

kler. The ,visiting team Davis, Delano Thomas,'Jack Ha- town to fires after talking/ to per who felt that there were more :, sponsored by the Institute historical relic, Wright' truck and their jaunt hoe and ran back around th* house
threatened during the rest len,' Sidney Jackson Jimmy sons when call was made In determining than 2901 persons living within..\the of International Education, The duplicate were made at the took them to the home of Buck and Jumped the fence on th* other

e afternoon. Howe." Wayne Douglas. Ronald I whether or' not It wouldbe City Limit of Stark. New York. bell foundry near the Swiss border GriffIn at Hellbronn Spring. side near" where the truck was

| Taylor went the whole way Andrews Arthur Winkler. Billy beneficial to the persona involved There being no further business The speaker were accompanied of France and are said to have the Wainwright/ insisted that Grif tie parked H* fell dowl\'on the oth.raide
for the Fire Department tc the meeting adjourned. to the meeting here by John F. exact tone that the original' / would a hare-cropper tenant of his of the fence and didn't getup
Lake and Weldon Billy Danaby. Johnny
mound for City
e i I .u__ ____ ________ ___ __ __ have If it could be rung. the with them for a
Instituteof get In truck him In the
I In a creditable game.. Al- KopelouBOS Archie Carmichael Martin. Director of the Hi friends put
1 h% Arthur Wlnkler, wan the Lemuel Williams Clyde Mallard Inter-American Affair. at the Mr. SeweR announced this week "rid. around the pasture". After truck and I told them'' to get him
Dr pitcher othertiwho turn- Oliver Aiplnwall Marion Harrington New 'Cattle 'Off Highways' Law University of Florida. H* praisedthe that Bradford County hat reached considerable protest Griff 1* reluctantly to the hospital 5k quick a* they

i good performance on the ', and Gene Shaw.. progress made by these students 44.7 percent of It* Independence: : got in the truck, at the could,"

d I for Starke were Billy: 'W I- Officials are: Herb Thomas in the few brief months Drive Quota. So far' during the IkiftUttnce. of Walnwrlgbt, and) MeAllsUr.. then went Into the

[and Billy Dansby. Coach f WY: M.' Scruggs/ Jr.. Manager Effective At Midnight June 30 they have been In this countryand drive Bradford Countlan have purchased they proceeded to the horn of MeAllstvr. house, put on hi. shoe, walked te

.Monday of this week the ; A.J.: Eaves, Umpire; W, T. said that good evidence of 15,381 in bonds on a quota a tenant of Walnwright's.,tt!lo "'"wav and flagged down a
traveled. to 'Green Cove Coram Storekeeper;' Edwin and I this I II. the fact that they were' of 12000. who was) said to be dju.'I.: ; in passing. motor tut.. Wardolph John

Igs for Its flm defeat The Edgar Akrldge bat boys. At. the stroke of midnight Fri. occasional cow horse ,or plgjwlll) able to make a public address fn The Independence Drive ends or his payment ot rent. of Ralford. who brought him tc

[from the banks of the St. .. The\ Post 56 ball club Is sponsored -I day June 30, livestock "booby wander onto the highway no matter English after *o short a time. July t, It wan a hot Sunday afternoorand town. 'letting' him oft at the jail

I River used ,to good 'advan- Jointly by the American traps" will be outlawed from Florida what precaution their owner Both student closed their" addresses MeAlister WM lying on the where! McAllster, reported to Jailor

|their heavy hitter and the Le(1ontUld the Andrews Motor highways. ,take to prevent,It." wlU ,. an expression of a Lion*:Win From bed with his shoes off "fanning I n. V Alvares that he had killeda

i of the local team.. Final Co.. local Ford dealer. For this contribution to Increased The new law provide that an desire for a continuance of the Post Nine Generals the baby" when he' saw Wainwright man at his home and asked that

was 14-4. There were? 'a! : There Is no,' admission charge highway safety the -driven of owner' who Intentionally willful] free relation now' existing between truck pull up In..th41" .Ianarm'side the:,Sheriffbe" 'notified..' :McAHs-

close! plays In. itohlcb". the : f6r" horn game and the public Florida' 3,000000 motori vehicles. or' ,negligently permits livestock 'Astray the United State 'and .their' t." ,'The-Strk*:"u'ons'defeated the of his house, i tell:.w" thereupon locked In a cell
a-I avoee4-thuPoet--td\ 'is"I: :lntta 1tvttt'ct''to' a"'::b'LIt ::-ptiH coujrtles!
Scoring for"Pos\, oo''tvs* and enjoy them. -=can give thank (o ,the 1949 liable' for any damage resulting The) program was in charge of Tuesday sight for their MoAIIster said, and Silcox whc 'the coroner'' Inquest Wednesday

i Jackson and Thomas.. ., On Thursday June 29, the local Legislature and Governor. Fuller from accident' In which. the animal Han Walker of the International eleventh win of the current sea had been working with Wajnwrlght afters oon.

cher Jerry Fountain .went team will play Green Cove, Warren. are involved. Relation committee. son. Cain pitched for the Generals In com timber operation for a Wainwright. 80-year-old farmer
a i way for Green Cove I and Spring hire at 2:30: p.m. One year ago on June 7. Governor Even if a stray animal causes nc and,Arnott for the Lions. short while, called to.J/lcAllllter' of the Hellbronn Spring section

... Ited with the win. Those They, wBl meet the Post Nine Warren signed into law Senate accident.its owner may'be found Welfare Payments Kerr Lion shortstop hit a to come out of the house...' wa dead on arrival at the hoipt.tat. (
law duty for Stark"were Colonel frorn Jacksonville at Brad7OO Bill No. 34, which make It unlawful guilty, 'of a misdemeanor' and sentenced home run Into the bleachers In !: A* h* cam* Into the :yard, Hllcox Th charge of small bird shot
Id the for any owner of livestock "te six month. In ,jail or Total $319,278'During began cursing him. McAUster teat. .
o'clock the side.He
Andrews Harold Davis : preceding game seventh Inning; for the game's had entered his left
to permit the animal to run' at fined $500, or both. fled and said they would give
Winkler' and Jack Hazen.C ford Ball Park ,,Thursday night at Year 1948-49 outstanding highlight.In : U survived by his wife, Mr
the Here other In the him until six o'clock that
Lions and the large or' stray upon public are point law' after
Junior Legion Baseball between the Starke an effort to stimulate at- Inca Starling' Walnwrlght tnvr
roads of Florida. 1. The owner will be liable both : noon to vacate the house. McAllster
ament for ,the Legion's,! 4th, Post Nine General Public "assistance payments must telldance. Manager Buddy Bishop daughter, Carolyn and Linda Sue;
"Eventually this law will prove for the property damage and per' .replied It would be ImpossllU
rank of announce that valuable wll"b
be placed in the top prlxea Mrs. Maude Sap
Iris mother
of monetary value to all raiser of sonal Injury to Ute driver' or pa- I to "hoove out on such
I Bradford County 'money-producing given away at every home and sister Mr. Alton
nal I Guard Company Needs 12 More Menreach cattle and hogs Governor War. songs of a motor vehicle In ar "Industrie" game. At the game this Thursday -i short notice and asked the men U Walnwrlgtit;Waldo.a ,
ren said this week In. discussing accident In which the owner's livestock ,go away and leave him alone Bole of
Full Strength Time For Campweek the statute. "It will result In. improved is involved The latest report of the !Stats! night he stated that the pris They came In the yard however Funeral: service were held Tuesday
Welfare Board just released, show would be a ltd permanent wave :2 o'clock In the
pasturage controlled fattenlng 2. The sheriff and deputies ol and Mc/llstcr saying "You all are afternoon at
saw the local Nationrd mall town unit* recognize stll donated by Ruby John
total of $319,27800 In public of
that Church.
and better breeding each county are responsible for the fixing to mob m* asked his wife tc Baptist
unit receiving 'perhap' another group of distinguished mer "As a safety measure,.-no one ,Impounding of roaming livestock assistance payments went to Brad With the addition of several new hand him his gun from the house which he was a member. Inter
ge.t payroll for the current who contribute that extra effort player recently, the Lion now
1 ford County welfare client In the in Conner Cemetery under -
estimate the also ment was
begin to They .are charged: along :withhighway
o the amount of *4,5S.O7'; toward National Defense .wnlcr can number even of live it wUl save. the patrol officer., with en. year July 1, 1948 to Jun. 30 1949 have a good team aqd merit better Oatlln and Smith testified that the direction of DeWItt C.
e familiar green check have makes it possible for these National There vyss a total of 719 clienta attendance at horn game they opened up their shirts baring Jones.
will forcing the law.
number of ,11 pre. their cheat and told MeAllstei
w made their way Into tht 1 Ouardam to attend drill and vent." the Governor added. "Nc 3. Impounded livestock may be of June 1949 but the case load than has been the case this sea they didn't ,believe his "powder Xllter. a 32-year-old former

registers and of Starke mci- annual .encampment. These men longer can tourists say that Florida sold to the highest bidder within :has Increased to more than s son. Bishop, state that theyhave would burn", State Prison guard recently resigned -
the Guardsmen of the local employers
hay are. course value on a cow three day after the animal are thousand now. 'this work because of I
higher lost
J back to await hit hard places money on every game, State' Attorney T. E. Duncan
the who pretty
next are frequently
pay: than on a human, life." picked up provided the owner hat ,JTh report shows that during and physical condition and I la at present -
that I I.
oft that can'tgo to In
when half of their help moves something Interrupted at this point
Warren reterl'ed to a compilation been legally notified and does not the year mentioned 492 recipient unemployed. He had been
wilt this time will be 'muc' to discharge. military obligations "prepared from Florida High, call for the stock and pay all In: of old age assistance received on forever Admission priceshave quire "You were so" drunk you working at the prison\ for three
| eventful, a* the. local unit These men are backing up theli Patrol accident statistic curred expenses. 1228,06460; 23 "aid to the blind" been lowered to 85o for adults did that, were you? I
.for annual when preparedness way The reply wa In the affirmative year
3. encampment or: country at a time which showed that In 1944 there 4. Impounding fees Include f2.5f client were paid $10,10750; and and ISo for children In order that Following the Inquest warrant
The period between now has become the best insurance for each 204 children received ,* McAllster said that the men
live dependent
were 65 accident involving animal mileage serving everyone-Interested In baseball were taken out for Smith. Gatlln
i will be spent In prep. In the world. stock with 6 fatalities; 1945 65 notice, car and feeding, advertls. total of $81.106.00.Amount made several lunge at the"I'Un charge of threatening .
and Bllcox. on
n attend.
for ,
this annual local organization need may It from him'
event The trying toget away
accident. 5 fatalities: 1946 174 log and disposition of animal. The received by welfare with a deadly weapon. Smith
I particular emphasis on re- 12 men to fill up Its new, enlargedquota. accidents, 4 fatalities; 1947 297 service notice will be 1150; feed client In other nearby countlel So far this season the Lions and that ire backed up about a* far wa released Wednesday afternoon

IC Most Guardsmen whc Jf these men are recruitedand accidents 9 fatalities; 1948, 884 and care 50 cents a day; whatever was as follows: Union U9 ,7 lS.50, have a good record of 11 wins a* h* could against the back porch potlng .$29 bond but the
om in just before the sum the organization goes to cams: 1949 I I. for $J and 4 losses. of the house, entreating them tc upon bond
I accidents. 2 fatalities, and necessary advertising; Baker $$203,924; Clay 1193471. other two had not made
training period get off tc full strength Starke and Bradford! go/ away and leave him alone
for the sale and ando till
402 accidents, 2 fatalities' disposition BO. Thursday morning and were'
I _
military career 11a, mar'* County can well be proud'of their who began an unwavering cent for report of sale Oatlln carried a heavy walkingcane
lent manner This Ia. nc National Guard unit. It can be The Governor If I and Bllcox held part of 5 In Jail
livestock S. there la bidder for an
due to the concentrated out with, justifiable prld / campaign to get broken axe handle he said. 'No charge were made against
pointed off the highway/ In 1939 Impounded 'animal, the stock can I Still As First Half went on the jaunt unwillingly
I ent at the beginning of,their that' Stark. 1* the smallest town! urged all citizens particularly livestock be killed and the carcass disposed Lawtey Leading During the argument MoAllitei Grlffl who and apparently wa a
period. This fact win a unit testified Walnwright went around
M the State so
to co-operat with of. If any money' I Ia received it the

P 1st encourage now. young prospects official owners charged/ with enforcing hall go toward expenses and L- I Of Softball Schedule Nears CloseState the faced front north of and the when house'next, which seen altercation.silent bystander throughout I

re 1892. when the 'Guard 26 4-H Club Girls I the law. These Include sheriffs there I la no ready sal for the meatIt I
,, and state highway / can b* given to a county statt
upstairs over a local stable Will Leave Monday : sheriff deputies .,
or' city-owned Institution or' to s Legion Will Hear
Rites SaturdayFor
me of year has mj.kedj: patrolmen."I Maintenance Shop, going Saturday night'' game were

the period of preparation. Once: For Summer Camp !i believe owners the, vut already majority have of recognized the county charitable or area.Institutionwithin all-out for a victory over league-' rained out. but activities were Robt. W. Mills Report Of DelegatesToBoys i

to men are making., arrange- '.,Tvir*nt.lx 4-H Club girl from i livestock -for keeping their 6. In case :where livestock li leadingLawtey\ last Friday night. resumed Monday when Hercules State :.
i.5" "og' from their made provision within hailing distance of trounced American Legion" 16-4. Robert Williams Mill*, well _
Hampton War balanc. after deductionof card. '
the Starke.Lawte, old,
r civilian jobs &" order tt Hellbronn, Brooker, and Sunny-l animal from the highway out that It expense any stall be turned over success, but couldn't quite make Lawtestaged Its second victory known .In.Jacksonville real estate The Btark American Legion ? T: ]
Id '. ren said. He pointed Lawtey of the week Alvarez circle, died at Sic '? >
encampment julp brook Clubs will pack their bath- I counties had special to the owner on proper proof of the grade. Consequently over and building Peat will again be hosts to the. ]
th | mp" is th*' watch- clothe Mon- of Florida' 67 Proof must be mad added two more' during the past 7-3 making all of It* run' before .home In that city Wednesday after Junior Legion Baseball Team and
and were ownership
cult 17 counties
of Ing camp and *
the local I fencing laws string of victories being topped cold when Alvares noon as) the result of a heart at next
unit, and it.tM da}'for' a week' stay at Cherry before enactment, to the county commission within week to It. long the Legion Softball Team
0' receives the coopentlon't ., Madison. This is a I partially fenced 90 day' after the sheriff reporti and remains at the top of the rail in a new pitcher. James Tangle tack. Tuesday nJght/ at Its) regular m....
*** In the'past It wlllb* Lake near in good of the tate-wlde law. I I heap with ten win and only one of Etowah, Tenn. Tangle The son of the late Wallace and Ing, It was announced by Commander
4-HClub site for Governor the sale
Ie to permanent 1948 campaign
take In.his the remainder of the Newberry'MUla.. who cam
pitched Carrie.
a full ,loss. J. Thomas, Jr. The program
complemeat lo- Is established A.,
In beautiful to makean 7. Unless ownership .
"rt condition, and a which he pledged ,
Jackson. In The SMS rally cam In the game allowing only two hits. to Bradford County from Texas will consist of two film
activities are the the court clerk baa author.
:Rational Guard'. distinguish- cation. All camp all-out effort to eliminate I last Inning which opened with Schedule for the ensuing week following ,the Bjkrt'tjhArrmrlcanWar Ball. Son" and "How tcBat
/ supervised and often observed -1 'to let any incurred balance "Play
and- Ity
l Of serVice hal been made well planned highway menace Warren start' vert to the county fin and !Lawtey on the, Wg end of the 4.1 I ia u follow: he was a native of Stark Like the Big LealfU8r*" together -
It h, the continued voIunUei' wholesome fun. activities that "highways do"not re'j score. In the bottom of the fifth. Friday June 23: NO v* SMS and had lived in.Jacksonville sine with a talk by Coach Herb
.of the beat of the Nation's Among/ tome of the and stop at county lines. feiture sale SMS scored two runs and had Lawtey' v* Legion 1918. He was a member of the Thoma
,,. 'n"who distinguished will be classes swimming. crafts Even with 33: Florida countle* 8. Permanent'recorda of all ; two more' men on bases but Its Saturday.' June 24: Humphrey Northwood Baptist Church. W, O. Callln. Jr., and Curtk
distribution/ :
disbursement ant
IVea In many fields at ciVil- and car of clothing In the mornIng fenced or' partially fenced It was } court chances for a much.hoped-for victory v* EMS; Alvares v* EMS Surviving are his) widow, Mrs Edward, delegate to Florid
must circuit
*vor have recorded sich and In the afternoon the girls Impossible for a motorist\ to driveto I kept by fizzled when the next two:. Monday. June 26: NO v* Hrreulasi i Ovella Dover Mill.; one daughter Boy1 State being held in'Tallahassee -
eer Service will enjoy ball game and moreswimming. Key West from Jacksonville. or clerks. Out. : Humphrey v* Hercul both of will also be presentto
with the Nation commissioner must men at bat filed Mr. Robert E. Manotet this !week
rd, .. from Pensacola to Jacksonville least 9. County Impounding places thesheriff Johnson pitched for !!8M3 while: Monday* game l will wind up Jacksonville three sisters lira report their experience while
re Wa.hinton Ml'girl active in 4-H Club without passing through at provide mound the first half of the softball sea State. '
Patrick .* the a- attendingBoy's
Hen- the will designate a "pound- Darky handling Ann!* Lewis and 'Ira. Carrt In.
John M "*all. work are eligible to attend one "death trap" county.. added to AH Bradford County veteran are,
at himself Lawtey.
various for
the Igament
Waiver master and son.League Stark and Mr' B. H
made it worse, of *
Pl'tcedlng "What In the standing to date are: gram Invited to attend this
and camp. homer
during the feed and make certain hi*) laurel with a
ttonary War commanded the. The girts are asked to be at the commented, "wa the fact to that\Inform must that provide the animal are,fed and third. It wa In this Inning that Lawtey eol srdSn.o; Hardln of Jacksonville; two brothers 'meeting to be held at the Legion ,

I 1flfantry now tt. 176th USO at 11 o'clock to board the there were no roadside that signs they wert given water at least twice dally. LAwtey cord three of it* four W on Lost ,' J. B. Mill of Green Cove Han at 8 o'clock.Registration! ;

01 the National Guard bus which will take them to camp. motorists counties In which live 10. While the owner has a liability run*. Final acore was 4-3 Law Lawtey 10 1 Springs and H. K. Mill of St

tI"tlnCUlahed the men who ha"e They' wilt IN accompaaied by Miss entering/ permitted to run at to the people for letting animal te,.. Alvares '' .ft S Augustine. Books \

Rational Guard art Oleeta Green. local leader. and stock..was roam at Urge he also ha In the second game last Friday Hercules 5 S Funeral service will be held at
'lD, Abraham Miss Ron, Home Demon- larl(8. Registration books) are open In 'j
LID. Dorothy Impounding
need his right. If lie scored an ay EMS .4 4
will be nofor
Cbetter Arthur oration Mrs. Nelson Although there bond night Humphrey 3 o'clock Saturday v afternoon ]1n the office of the Supervisor of .r
Agent. h post
Troopi 1 are unfair may 4 6
th fee
July Guard, Humphrey
Sides of t Civil Wag will drive the bus. such sign beginning exceed "fair value" on 10-3 victory over National S the B. A. Kyle funeral parlor in Registration In the courthouse each
Green to a 4
flll'niabed Warren urged motorlstito (not the cellar In the 1 Legion ,"
by share" Governor suit ir till occupying : I Saturday' from B to noon and from
the National Thl year the girls' will driving carefully because the animal) and then file Natl. Od. 2 S Jacksonville.
League. ,
from St. continue Bradford County :2to5p.nn. /I'
eompany the camp with 4-H girls "It 1 Ia a certainty that an equity. .
commander of, Johns And DIXIe Counties. f'
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realdence I at fltnrke. Florida this June t1i,16OFFICIAL I =--"
whose / ,
I I8urqe Bertha E. Mat here Hared whoseryld.nce Paula Van Relnen MKAlL) A..r. DYRY' Haven
Laan 61A ( Thoma.
and address la 105 St. f and address. In Teyllnur 1 Frank ('ro'h,,
I Aa Clerk of nisi Courl'n" Itt
Bradford County Telegraph Marka Avenue, Hall B, Apartment im..nh.lm. required Holland:to appear on Haven Crosby., Deputy Clerk tor: r.t' ,dr tRlIn I
.A, BrboklynNewYork' : You are above named John J. Henderaon, Knn., 4811 Col.
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You are required to appear on July 17 150 In --
L wherein plaintiff onlal Avenue Jaekoavfllo, Florida Clr'.lt .. -
July 17. H60. In the abovo named Court and cause Tel. Atty. forPlf., s-II'4t 11 i iIn Florid.. .PI ,
ESTABLISHED 187O E. L. MATTHEWS. owNan-tDITOR Court and cauve, wherein plaintiff ...... divorce. Bradford. County In; I" tb'Meq.
.' k* divorce. Bradford County Telegraph '- graph ehall piibllnh this. Order 1 Clrenlt Court. B....'... E"ld Jot.I'.r
Cnbllslwd Every Friday and Enured .. Second ; shell publish. this Order. in next four weekly hand luauee.Wltnene and oalnlalseal Florid In t'baaeery. CoejntT. Casa Howard oPT rpN r'l"I lu

mass Matter at the Pos Office at Starke, FT*. next WltneM four weekly my hand issues and official avalat I at Htarko.Florida my this, June u.1950.1 John F. Hack Plaintiff vs.. Elsie' 8. 4
Defendant. No.
Htarke, Florida, this Jun 14 I860. (OFFICIAL> HEAD of A..I.said Thomas("ourt.y Ord Hack_ Of _b........... And Notice 7tn. T Appear.Purldk'tltip..,
1 ; *
a s (o/ir (OFFICIAL SEAf.) l laid CnurLRy A* Clerk Clerk Appear STAIR OK VLOHIDA' TOl H.rkl. I
1950 Aa, Clerk Haven Crosby' Deputy and eddre ..,
MEMBER ((3)) PONCA. r- Clerk. T. Frank Landrum Floridaf Kiwi 8. Hack whose residence endaddr..a Deilalre. .
NE091 r Kay. rn.C( :rn Building, Day Atty. for Plf. 8Ia..k..I I I" 101-011' lldth New Street, rNl-| July Newlfoi.:t
air., Lang Island York: u17tis r"q l
tons Brach. Florida
guhocrlptlon sine Annually ;1.60 For Six Months Wherein I Ct.! house and get suppose .omeone will pass away Atty for Pit. 1.11 4t T.T !. Clrcair r.art. Bradford Ceamtr, You are required to appear on COurt o ,
!. Chanrery July 17 150, In the above named leeks dlvdruB.
point on my gliuM; I love the on that day. Seems' something .. .. Fiends jntJtf. v*. Nina .
rlrvult ..,. Bradford Cona y, Ray Palmer, Jr. Court and Cause wherein plaintiff Seraph .,
June day. and I am tired but glor always happens, so I really. don't ... .. .. tm Chancery.r Palmer.. Defendant.' Caie No. 742. seeks divorce, Bradford County Telnextp hUt tour Shall....'Obllt!,
YOU'RE AS YOUNG AS YOU.FEEL loiwljr "happy. count much on It. .. rene' Lee peterjnan. Plaintiff y.. Order Of Publication And. Notice ToAppear. weekly! thl* Order )nWltna Wllntt thn I...:
TOlNina my
? Dave. Feterman, Defendant. Cane No. TATK Oil' KI.OIlll four Isnoe* at Sta..ko ,0
Whatever may my road Here la a LIme Chiffon Pie sent T1I4. Palmer whose reiildence H my hand and omclalseali4. (OFFICIAL 1adlJHr I
We have all heard a person described as "70 years With sun or shade above to Miss older Of _kllr..l.. And Votlr To 621 Oakland. Avenue, Charlotte, atRtarka Florida,thla June 1910.OPFICIA I! ,j
me by Peggy Payne ot Appear. STtTU OK KIOltll TOl North Carolina SISAL) ,.J. laves cro Ih
:young, or "a man of 80 summers. The implication is ob- I praise) a' little byroad Keystone Heights,, Fla: Dave Peterman whose residence You are required to appear on ( A* Clerk of said Court.HOWARD'S' '1'. Prank ti,
vious. Despite the accumulating certain individual] A* worthiest of love. and address la unknown July 17 150, In the above namodCourt ,0. A.tty. tur LalldrUIl. ,
years, LIME CHIFFON PIE You are required to appear on and, cause. wherein plaintiff. I .. .. .. ... Pit.Save
cannot be called "old" because they still have the vigor and No traffic lawn to bind me. 1 envelope of plain unflavored July 17 I960, In the above named seeks divorce< Bradford. County Telegraph t' 1

vitality, physical energy and strength. associated with youth.In No clgna to irk my soul. .gelatin, 1-Z cup cold water.4 eggs stoke Court dlvorc and cause Bradford, wherein plaintiff* next four shall weekly publish I tHMueinWltneM this' Order in
1900 a man was lucky if he lived to to be 50 Today, The man-world left behind me separated!! 1 cup sugar 1-2 cup graph shall publish ..faou : my hand and official*ealWELDING Tung
next tour weekly Inane
I .lluuik largely to advances in medical science, most of us And no far place my goal. lime Juice. 1-3 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon Wltnei my hand and official' *eal

'have a reasonable hope of 1 living. longer than our .grandparents Can But we lonely not now turn la. from my road men of grated rind' and. green at(OFFICIAL Starku. Florid, SEAL,this) A.Jun J. Thomas 1 160., and M
< did. coloring A* Clerk of .al And down a little byroad By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk.A. .
I Today a person between 40 and 50 years 1 la still considered Find paradise. again? Soak gelatin In cold water. Beat J. Thoma, Jr.. Stark., Florida, Pounds

young and can normally expect to live .two or more decades :. Lalla Mitchell Thornton eggs!! in top of double, boner beating Atty. for Pit. _. t-18 4t 7-7 t.:5.. : f 9

longer if he does not abuse his health., This. country Is full of byroads.In !in 1-2 cup sugar, time Juice !Klorlaal. ClrenK In (Cknnmry.'...... Bradford County. .. LaundrrOnlt

The health rules that held good before the age of 40 fact, Ponca la virtually on a and salt, cook over simmering water Robert E. Doahlln Plalntlfr. v*. He- I
by-road. It..la On- a gravel road Ion Mae Doeblln, Defendant. CaaeNo. I. '",
are not radically different in later life but the minute, 7911. '
emphasis five \, stirring constantly
turning off ,a state road that Is Order] Of P.,kllr tl.. And Notle ToArvrmr. #
changes, just as the body's reserves and needs change. There paved. I love those quiet by-roada. until mixture- coats a spoon ST.'TW OP FLORIDA TO.H.I.n .' 11111

;h I Are certain health rules that people should be sure to follow They have people who live down Add gelatin after removing' from addre Ma Doeblln. I 18 MS..,"whose"" Dip-re.lae.ceand higher -

r :As1 they grow older. These include: along them who love their homes, heat stir until dissolved, ad? Whe. tl.y Farm. Paoomb Brldf. We offer the people nf Starke -..,., 40
Ester Devon, KnirlandrYou ....
Periodic physical examinations'are important at all ages their neighbors, and their God. I grated rind. Chin mixture until! are required to appear on Call om na for_ fellable. drug lyTo
s mid should not be neglected after the prime of life is reached. love Ponca because it .is quiet. I this begins to set Beat egg July Court 17 and 150 cause In. the wherein above plaintiff named and vicinity one of the mostmodem

Through these regular check ups, the doctor be able to love the security and safe livingIt whites stiff and dry, gradually aeek divorce Bradford County Telegraph I and.health needs at worthwhilecaving
may gives We beat In'' J-2 cup shall publish thl* Order In and finest equipped
are not bothered with
detect early signs of approaching illness and advise accord- sugar. Fold hitc next four weekly Ixaue. .. We prt,J' .nraelvea) OB Chits
Uielvlng In Ponca. One can lie gelatin mixture and add few drop Wltneaa my hand and official seal !
ingly. down safely at night without lockIng of green coloring. Pour Intc at atarke Florida this June I 1910.OPFICIAL welding shops anywhere.All the scrtipnloua exactneea which 40TheWr

Exercise is still advisable to keep physically fit, and the doors. Many. women live cooled baked ,crust' The Croat ; ( A SEAL* Clerk) of A.said J. Thomas Court., GuaranteedSMITH'S I

there is no reason why the middle-aged person should not!alone in Ponca. One can safely Caa lee :Made Of Graham Crackers By Ray HaVen Seldom,Crosby Solden Building. .Clerk. Work I goes Into every single prescription
Daytona -
participate in sports if he has always done so. It may be walk about at any hour of the : 1 1-2 cups finely ground graham Beach, .Florida we fIlL
necessary however, for him to modify his activities and not night knowing no one will slug or crackers, 1-3 cup of ole Atty. for Pit. ..It 4t TTI. GARAGEAND I 4

to engage in sports which are.to strenuous. try to rob and hurt you. Ye., the and 1-2 'cup sugar Mix all together Clreml C...-r;.-Bradford c..t,.. PHONE 79
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d by-roada are where one lives close and line ,nine Inch Florida| !. <<:'.....'7. MACHINE I
me quality, ir not the quantity of the diet must be main a pie George Van Relaen I Plaintiff' v*. Temple Avenue Starke, Fla.
to God and the weather.It pan. Pres out with back'of Paula Van Relaen, Defendant.
tained. The body will always need the proteins minerals spoon Can. Temple Ave. Starke
has been 'cool and cloudy all Bake 10 minutes..at 350 degrees No. 743. 323 Tmph
and vitamins supplied by milk, eggs,lean meats, poultry fish Order Of Pvbllfatlon And KTotlr* To
Serve all 'cold.HELPFUL .
cheese fruits and day. I have the upstairs all clean.' Appear. STATH OP FLORIDA ..0.
vegetables. Too much weight may be. ed and am I ever happy Whoopee! HUrrHl To clean .
dangeroife lit middle and old age, and the person who finds i Such a. grand and glorious feeling siamed or corroded bath tub pour -
he is overweight with the years should consult his doctor. to walk down the'hall glance intc in a gallon of vinegar and fill with

The person who keeps in good physical condition all the rooms and see the neatneaa, water over rings; let ,stand overnight
his life is not only apt to live long but to get pleasure out of smell the'varnish.and admire the next morning 'drain and

life regardless of how many years "young" he is. clean new curtains. Only a woman scour; tub will be clean and white '
who has 'cleaned house with Pin baby's sock together at th<

its accompanying aching limbs .I toes with a safety pin;. they .won't LOV1ETTSTARKE
knows the Joy of having finished.I get lost in the wash 'fry: using

i I ALVAREZ' STORE EstMenis Clothing 1- got plasticdrapes for the boy'i a damp chamois. for, dusting UF

189.f .- room this summer; He can have the linoleum. Rinse. first In cold ,
his window up now a. much ube water and wring dry. I find *
care. to and the drape. will not shoe bag handy on the"closet door
f be hurt. At present they are .c to keep dust args, furniture polishand FLORIDA Prices Good Through SAT. JUNE 2
wax cans in. ,
new they have an odor. I am .
t FOR YOUR 'glad I did not get them for the ClAy IHU.I .AH are fine at

I I If GAS REQUIREMENTS bath and kitchen.::, I got snorv Clay Hill. I bad a letter stating LOCAL DRESSED. & DRAWN
white curtain material of cotton that they had been seeing rattlesnakes
// Paya To iraae 'Ith Slade 1Ii and made them for the bathroom. again at Clay Hill.Strangeas

I painted the walla ivory and the long. I lived there X never saw

I'UOI.ANE GAS room does look clean and old one. My eyes were always on the 4SKINLESS

GAS Appliances fashioned. I love it that way. 1 I lovely blue sky the waving most FRYERS
( have lived in an age when we did on the trees and seeing''' the sunrise -
Ii I I not have so many conveniencesI and set. I did see-a wild cat
SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc. remember our first telephonethe once. Whoopee, Hat! Remember!

radio the first automobile Don had to deliver ga*.. I washed .
E. Call St. Starke Fla. then electricity with aU Its gad out the bedspreads and r curtains

gets. There are Iota of handy that were dirty will use them RIB or BRISKET SPl

things, but a few of the,old tried next winter again Now I, have

and true thing I like to UU en- new white spreads. and ,nylon cur.
R. B ALVARE 7. &SON TRANSFER COD Joy, such aa white, freshly starched tame. WEINERS I
..t STORAGE curtains Here la a poem I thought good 's'TEW 39MEATY
o ... We had a funeral yesterday. An I do .not ,know the author;, 'lb.

elderly lawyer who was such e I like men. Ib. '29c
.ss We operate local good friend of my husband and I They stride .about : I ,

.. Jk long distance had learned to admire him, too. They reach Into their pockets .

enjrwhrr la U. 8. He and an elderly dentist along i And pull things out .
i with Don's father were the first ; They look important

EXCELLENT early residents of Ponca.. They arc, They rock on their toes. ALL MEAT HICKORY SWEET BREAKFASTBACONlb '

all gone now. The old land marks They lose all the buttons
STORAGE too, are fast disappearing. Title Off their clothes BOLOGNA lb. 29c

q:: town was founded In 1894: ,and They throw away pipes, .
e next week we are having a celebration They,find them again; ,

Agents For ; the men hay. let their Men are queer.'ereaturea;
.wb..kere'8TOw. out'and the women I LIKE MEN. '

DelcherBros. See first will wear long old fashioned dresses. Ha! Cut*.'and truw'- all like FRESH COTTAGE

ua I havn't any this. ;year may men.. "They are bur sons, at 1...' MULLET 23c

make one yet, I don't .know. } of some one. They are the salt of lb. CHEESE lb.
have to work in the stand 'of the the earth. Cod blesa them.. ,

-_ American Legion Auxiliary I God bless you" all, ,

.. Love. :'Lura.

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!. The Clrralt C..r Rlaatk ..... .SWlfTNING SAL.TINES

dollar Top dollar "Go"YOp 7iar elal f*.at/ClreKtt.> F....,!....Aad!. Chauecer F.......'.N.*.-. 21FANQY CARR

Stylo Only Ford in It* field offers n.1t r.u. .Ia...... ,
t: ,.
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Never before could you let you choice of "Oo"*powet .......t.._ P""I...,,. t.0. M. WllllaMn. a.
.o much car beauty far M : either the araooth 4r.. ft ml. It.f........ PINK
hale money .. only Ford pracition-built 100-h.p.-. V-a THH STATB MOTICH of sirr '
|,- been elected far the or its companicuv-in-quality. Leila, Mae William or FI. )HII>A_TOJ 3 69c
f ;;JPaahion Academy Award. for the advanced' 9J-h.p.. Six. 'H... J. Hammock her huebattd. 0 .fan SALMON[ : 39 2 Bun
Qoraa! -
,: two succcMive yeas .1 t \ I "heirs.. dvleea. :sratea and the,"".."..1." ":1
.on. crdltore. ..
claimant. Iru.t. a'td 01".. .
Intereet In the

1 I.nd through WUIIama brlnaftr under Dr.. or deecrlhd aaalnet O.,, br M. Blue OSAGE ORANGE 46 oz. CAN DOZ. LAHLEMI

ksa Dollar lull YOM .... hereby d.'ed.notified thatXa LEO
Top 0 M.ha William town filed.rr'L acalnat and Mary you Nell and .JUICE29
WUIIarna, hit wife, DeWitt&Jonet
a. AdmlnlMrator or the Ktat it ,.
1H a tt.
8r. depead, and
r. abore United*.neltl.dosud Btatea of .America, In th. 303 CAN ARCO

., JlY .Mrre-vtssrr hereby -.to.. "..1''.nama. upon you sad plal-.are... 29" lb.

:...H. ...rae'.".appear* ",:?"hereon'. 'et *...your bill cot iom" PEAS 2 FOR25cB 41T
t' et'
*::," *&&$&P.......& **

h..o ( .or decry pro eoo-
p tor .will b. at.red-au .iaet you OLD GLORY PORK AND
't relict. prayed la the. bill_ of ff* <* gBEANS

I:.;" ,1 I 1c complaint,...Th...,,1..1'. nature'. on of the said followlac mule belnir
gal' rrlbod property: ; Sweet Pi

." ., ship. 6 South NEV4.. Rjtna-fltctlon>t Eastoand ..
th East ,r
1 It <-r*
ta \ of the 8m of the ,
BBH at the NW14 of Section 't, CABIN '
Township l Ii 110"1,. Ra"II"

th th.* BBH Fait .I of e 1 acre t... NW or%the of 0H 11...East' tae..: 59C lb.
Bald a.
( .. tion
; '. '. 11 Kant 14. Ming TownahlD also f drrtbd South. Banes aa th. MEAL 5lb.29c 5 Lb. '

'I i' of uses 114 fu l of the South' ... foot .
I the ;
j ii? :. 'I.otts.onar mileage hi" S South Range nf Section 11 II.11...,..Tow*_- -
r Witness ny Sand and th. eealof '
'-f Low Dollar aid Court o> 8tarh PII".. this. ,. VELVO' -f
Hat only do mike onlal
seem costTop I'.y Jackaoavlll riorlda,
I i p..: .tarter in a Ford but they Attr. f.pi't. i-l 4t SMCtr Fl EYBENTOS,
,. coot you leu. A Fordeconomical lt Cart. '
l to buy. economical VlMTMat Itt MradfrnA Crmmtr.
to run and. because of 9tanv I-t.:;: ,. Plaintiff COFFEE B
t' dollar Yaw ". ratrlela .. Corned
Its loeg-hyed quality' high L Qlrard Bull r
r to value at resale tune. w T lk l- Carter.. Da........... CaM* No.Ord.p .

.. Ford brine* big ..... -
!"r you -c.s Of ..1. 44 1 Of.;.le. T*
feature at amallar e.aea..TATwz .
/" /M coat features .> Patricia Ueuellen. Olrmrd Ballork
w FonTs 3J1t easieract.tit.. drew Carter' I* *whe....0. inc brake" Sof..wide T.. ar. required to appear on Lb. rc Per
h44, teas, smooth "Mid Inly I*. HIS. la the above ......t
Court and _.
Ship- Ride fat a sound seats dlvorr eaa. Bradford where* plaintiff .
conditioned-LUecuamT* akaJI ...1011.... this County Order Telegraph la-
Body: -a body that's next four weekly Icwuo .
built and finuhed to"live Wltne mv hand and official _*
outdoor5O *..*. at OrriClAI.Stark riorlda.thla Jane T.US* CanYou
A. X Thomas Bag -
A Clerk of old Court

''c ;it ,Como in and "Test Drive". a 'Ford Todayl T Atty.Br rraak Haves for Landrum Plf.Crsbyt.puty. Stark 4.5 Florida.4t CUrk.Isle

I .n CtrmH CWT*. rndfovel c-.:....,..
YIoe4d.e tmk._rT. .
ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY Nathaniel P. Barad. Plaintiff -
i BerthaK.. Mather* Bared, De/etW Get

,1e4ad1eoa &'Adams Sta. Starker Fla. ., .. Telephone US j _antCa appear 4H**>rvkMratleM STATV K.K 1M.or" rtoaiioA Ane. *_o.l.*>rot.... What's Advertised At Starke'shading' Food $>

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,SSSS-fnoredRoberta>=-- Boys .Today ,

al.I shower entertained for Mrs To Make ,
Ee II Friday at her afternoonThe home on ,- Better Men Of Tomorrow .
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house was dec.attractive \

,,, and gardenia arrange,. : '
r lilies > "
Kbouq, 'totPlnknd SUPPORTAmerican '
11, adorning the man.e 'i :: : ;qy ''e1.3

received many UH .
gi tts. Lovelyplayed } yh'm' '
Mrs, Charles during] the R. ar-tae '. Legion Junior: : 'F' i
Mll i ps Mary Julia
Ada Edwards. Vocal, ,
ere also given by
Misses M'ar&r1e&
iey ,
Edwards. At the .
J?da musical program re- \ ,, .
lee cream .,
ire eerved. 11&&
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ty.flve guests P""c ','" '
Ids pleasent] affair ,.. ':
forme :, h
the ,
,ea la : w@uavu! ;, flaai'
riteVainwrlght ,,
wn guests attending ro e" ," ,' :
of !:,. ., .
; Mrs Joyce Virginia Newsom Selly, ', -'' .. y>
a Silcox and Mi' *
and Mra; .
Word Lgford of Starke,of and Lake daughter Butler', SPONSORED JOINTLY BY AMERICAN LEGION POST' NO. 56 AND) THE ANDREWS ,

ties of the Methodist
re. co-hosteeses with :
mF Yz
|ale and Jackie Harley "
g their cousin, Mica ..
Iley, at Hellbronn durk. -

Jlrs., and Vernon Mr. Silcox and Mra.and Home Games Each Thursday Afternoon'

[r and children" Ann
Tof Starke, were upI -

1 I kn.of Sunday.the W. T.G.Walters W. Robert and, 'Bradford High School Ball Park 2:30 P. M. : ::1;

[in. L. H. Futch at- ., "
rict meeting of the
(butches of the Galn.ea- '
let at Bellevlew' last : : No Admission Charge :

tter Lafton of Al xanfnla r
Is visiting the J. ,,:;:, ;, ,; v. > ,. '
Itlila week. '",..'i i '' "
|f ra.spending A.A.Cook their and aoA va- :" 1 Come And' Bring The Entire Family. Good Fun For All. 1' ?r' '

relatives In New.Or- .
|slana. .' ,>., .
Mayo,Jr., and daugn- -,-CLIP AND SAVE THIS SCHEDULE "
lax Sparks, and grand- ,'
|;u>Mn.Spark Mayo's, of parent.Tampa,, DATE OPPONENT LOCATION JUNE 29 GREEN COVE SPRINGS STARKE :" :

[frs. J. H. Moots?, this' I .

IMn.I of and JackflonvUJe J Mlsa B. Dye Arthurm of'were Fort '.JUNE45 LAKE ,CITY "- STARKE{ JULY 4 OCALA < .. 'WEIRSDALE" _1. ..


|supper guests of Mr.
vm Edwards were Mr, : >.
I hex Lou Mixon Edwards and ,children Clyde JUNE 22 OCALA STARKE JULY 11 OCALA.OCALA',,, ;,>, ,
I *
Jerry Roberta, all of

{weekend 9hlllips of here Macon with, Ga.hit, JUNE 23 TALLAHASSEE TALLAHASSEE JULY 13 GAINESVILLE STARKE "'(I f':gi*. f i.l:;

fr. and Mrs. O. J. PhilI -
I ml Mn, Jr. Paul, and Moore Canine and ofpe JUNE 26 LAKE CITY LAKE

[last rents, were Sunday., Mr.visiting and Mra.Mr.J. JUNE'27 GAINESVILLE GAINESVILLE JULY 25 LAKE BUTLER LAKE BUTLERT ,

unit ton of Mrs. Joyce .
[visiting\ his uncle andand
I Mra. G. W. Dill"Screven "
Georgia this- I Advertisement Sponsored By The Following Businesses,And Individuals Interested In The Welfare And Future Of Our,Young People.Best I I

'ere Mra.weekend Roy Reddish guest of of Wishes,Team! Here's Hoping! You Have A Successful Congratulations! Jones-Langf ord-White
ph's parents, Mr, and .
Reddlah. Season,'Team! .

vine.Burney are and visiting eon Bobby Mr, Service Center Service Station :.'/ --s PHIL VITSKYDon't Post 56 American Legion

Inn Sapp.Pter ,
Giddings was a bua- Tires Western Auto Associate Store .,
Sinclair Products Goodyear. ', *
mr In Lawtey last Tue ... ; ... .1./' /.. -
g.of I the Baptist Church At South City IJmlto On Route 801' "., .' Starke, Florida, :. ."f':,-.,: miss a single game! Is Backing'The Juniors-YOU Back Them, Tool

e home of Mr." Fred _______ **
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Tuesday afternoon *
!studying Japan during .. 'r.r ,
y period. During' the Compliments Of Compliments Of Rest Wishes, Team, ., From'Koch
f'Mrs. Moore served her Hooray For Starke's Jr. Legion Nine!

race cream Browning and cake.waa a Winkler Electric Service"Your Drug :Store
Ilultor to Gainesville laat Slefanelli'sGrocery B. P. 0. ELKSBest

Phillips who has been Hotpolnt Dealer
n his Macon.home here Georgia laat,Sat-no- & Market 'Starke, FloridaCongratulations Of Luck, Team! PII. 53 Starke, Fla.

Mrs.Henry Bennett and
i grandHons,
'e of Jackson- We Hope You Win Every Game Compliments Of
visiting relative. la Hay A Good Team! From
turday. ItV A:Fact:

ft Mrs eonard-aa Lawtey Arthur the Sapp dinner now Peace, a guest residing former.Ba.of- And It's A Fact That You Can Do Better At Starke Builders Supplies} .... Setzer's' Super Stores tI ,'. 0 .. A tt J."! '

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: Denmark Furniture Company Carl Johns ". ., : Starke, FloridaWe're ., S'tar. Coca-Cola Bottling, Co.
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PHONE 218"
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'; .' ,, -. ", Best Wishes To,-The Team *'
Team q Left do, Team : Backing Boys ;
Legion _
We Believe Our Junior ... t""" .

Will Have An Outstanding Season! .. Lawson's : .. GemJewelry
Chas. C. Shepherd ,.
LOWERS # Market & Cold Storage A -. / Ed Simpson -
ALL OCCASIONS S. R. Johns' Grocery Washington SC,Starke, Fla. Radios -. TV Seat Corers JlaJlwaJ' Watch. Incpcctor 1

(j) Compliments Of Compliments Of Here's'Wishing You Ten Home Runt ,
Bent,Wishes To Our .

H GARDENS Junior Baseball Club! Florida Bank at Starke. Florida Power Per Game.

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Cottrell Home Methodist WSCS tg new Chris-Craft in which the New Florida Film
Birthday Party i l:.eVY.Canova family '1. riding the

For Cecil SmithCecil Scene Of LuncheonOn Met At Church i waves these days,. Cowen Teams Allyon.PoweD

Well. .Seems to be all for now
,Smlth son of Mrs Merry Saturday, June 10, Mrs. J The-Women's Society of Christian -So long. .See you in the next Gets i In the mood for IInIi
Beth Smith celebrated his thirtf B. Cottrell Worthy Matron Waldc Service of the Methodist laughter will have ,

birthday anniversary Tuesday afternoon Chapter 120, O.E.S., entertained church held its regular business -CarolynNEW Uof F of hie and her life at h1.0 the ifili!

:> June 18, with a party at with a covered dish luncheon hon and program meeting at the gratlatlng romantic -Kr a

the home of his grandparents Mr oring the Worthy Grand Matron of church Monday afternoon. Reformer COmedy,.7h,

Ii Re.lde.ic. June Caldwell Office and Mrs. H. V. Knight on Walnut the O.E.S., Mrs. Ethel Hayes, anther Mrs. E. K. Perryman lead the DegreeCharlie bring June and A"y80n the Redheal"< "hill
husband. H. O. at thr and
Hayes Dlc
Hi. State Farm 45 Editor Phone X9 devotional which consisted o' ell (Mr and p,,
I The theme for the party was Cottrell home, CanTp' Blanding.Luncheon In private
song and scripture, an I to' the,Florida Theatre litl)
6 a circus, with decorations of balloons was served from long screen 8IQ.
A. W Anderson Sr., program day and Monday.
and crepe paper streamersIn picnic tables placed In the yart? P. Cowen, son-in-law of
chairman, a talk on "Why
WMS gave .
New Methodist Meets With Miss
Baptist and blue AllysoncR.t
yellow pink and decorated with hibiscus ant ,,.
We Must Give More This Year. M. L. John of New River, receive *
Pastor And Wife I At Church TuesdayThe Games were enjoyed on the...lawn greenery. She was assisted.. In presenting keeper's daughter with spent!
In Agriculturefrom *
after which Ice cream, cake, candy his Master's Degree aggressiveness to
Assisting the Worthy Matron lr her by Mrs. J. H. Hitch ARRIVAL : match her ,,
At hair,
Honored Reception Baptist Women'.Mls.lonary and pink lemonade were served the University of Florida lr and Powell playing.
serving were Mrs.Leonard Hall who spoke on "Missionaries. In Mr. and Mrs. William T. Jackson c?at
The Women' Society of Christ' Union held its regular programand to the little guests and their moth Mrs. Emma Jane stephenson. and China and Japan." announce the.birth of a son on the June 5 commencement exer both Ing mayoralty a candidate who I'01IIi'
1 and the Board of busbies meeting in the churcli ers. Mrs Elva Stewart. Wednesday June 21 in the A' cises. political mtdk.
Ian Service
education building Tuesday afternoon Mrs; Smith was assisted by Mrs Mr. Titus Olson, president, and the zoo's most
Stewards of the Starke Methodist at 2:30: o'clock. H. V. Knight and Miss Nancy Those enjoying this affair with conducted the business session. lachua County Hospital. He graduated from BHS Ir.104e thl. -go-lucky ferocious |w

\church entertained with a reception J. A. Griffin leader of the Knleht. Mr. and Mrs. Haves and the liom. The minutes were read by Mrs Recent births In North Florida and received his BSA. degree along at a faat-and-furlou story T
In the church educational building tees were Mr. and Mr&Vlnc; t !
'Chlldren attending were Vicky James Hobbs. Other routine business Clinic to provide
were: la September some of
Doris Knight circle, had charge from the longest
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock hon Brice, Mrs. Lena Bird, Mrs. Nancyt Ia/
of the and Mrs S. E Vsnnell, Merry Beth Crawford was attended to Including Mr. and Mrs Shirley McGowar workon loudest laughs of the
oring: the Rev. and Mr. Thomat I program Rickard, Mrs, Esther Livingston 1949. He plans year.
Beverly Crawford, Marlon Rose final planning for a reception
O. Mitchell Mr. Mitchell !la the Sparks gave the devotional from Mrs, Esther Bush Mrs Lloyd Fan of Starke, a daughter, Katherine his doctor' degree and win
Green, Karen Biggs. Richard which wa held on Tuesday evening
Genesis 21, followed with Fay on June 14. -
of the local prayer Dee. Miss Gladys Haskell and Mm
newly appointed pastor He
the field of science
Hobbs McClane the In
Katheryn Gary honoring new pastor teach
Methodist church. by Mrs. W. Lwt,. Andrews. Thpro&'l'am Mary Priest, all officers of th Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie WUkerson 1 Complete
The hall .was decorated with aprofu.lon topic was"On the Rock of Cole Richard Fowler Barbara, Sue Dear OES: ; Mrs Rebedea Cppes .and! and .hl. wife. of Trenton, a daughter, on June 18. has accepted a position as memberof lIollywOOd'Camna photographic see
Louise Haines Sue
'flower the Rock." Those taking part Mary Miss Ruth Eppes of Tallahassee The meeting was closed with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rhoden of the High Springs school faculty & Gilt 81,1,

for the occasion of cut with summer, roses pre were Mrs F. B. Beard. Mrs. D. L Barksdale, Stevie. Denmark. and Mr. Ruth Dee., Mrs. EvaB prayer by the pastor the Rev. Hampton, twin sons, on June 19 this fall. .' j opposite Fla" Theatre tf
Betsy Hayes.Margaret V
Thomas and Mrs. I* D. Halnes George. Mrs Martha Strickland T. O. Mitchell.,
dominating.Greeting The program was' closed with III Mrs. Bettee DeSha and Mrs. Minnie

guests at the door was lovely reading;, "Building a Bridge Colson Haskell of Gainesville; ant'Mrs. Woodman CircleAll Food Values For.With usewife
Mrs ET. K. Perryman. In the "
[ for Youth, by Mrs. Beard. Has Birthday.Party Susie Griffin of Waldo.ParleyBennett .
I relieving line .were Mrs. T. Olson
,Mrs. Sparks, president con members of the Woodmen

president of the W. 8. C. 8.. L. ducted the business meeting Little Margaret Colson celebrated J:;> circle are urged to attend the A To
O. Vlnlngr, vice chairman of the Minutes various : : Family Feed !
were read and reports -
to '
her fourth birthday anniversary .. meeting be held in the W. O.
Board of Steward: the Rev. and I
given, followed with a discussion last Wednesday, June 14, with a Mr. T. T. Darley of Lawtey W, Hall Tuesday night beginningat
Mr*. Mitchell, and Mrs. Mitchell
on the Vacation Bible at the home of her announces 8 o'clock. Mrs. Bessie Green \
.. party parent then. engagement and
parents. Dr. and Mr*. T. Arthur School. A donation from'each 7 Baths Luncheon goiuiyfleld
on West Madison Street hostesson approaching_ marriage of her or Live Oak will be the distinguished Crisp Cora

Mosley of Eau Qa)le. ;& circle was given for. buying supplier this occasion being her mother. daughter, Marycllle- Virginia, ,tc guest at this time. 7 Meat, 3 for '. $1 Flakes . 14c
The two tea tableware covered !! for the church,kitchen.
Hiram W. Bennett
Mrs. R. Aj: Colson. son of Mr. ant
with Imported faces cloths and The meeting was closed with I A'' color scheme of yellow and Mr. H. T. Bennett also of,Law O.E.S. Correction. 11 Pampa Corned WhltehouM. Evap. Tall
centered with of by Mrs. Haines a )
arrangements prayer '
blue was carried out with, tey. ,1) Beef 35c
crepe . Milk '
red radiance roses. At Interval: J . l He
The will '' '
decorations, and wedding be
a yellow
paper an event of At the banquet of the Waldc \ : .
on the table were silver trays Ladies Auxiliary''' birthday cake decorated with blue Friday, July 1, at 8:30 o'clock p.m Chapter No. 120 of the Order of I i ( J Walkers Atutex Beef .' -. ton.Plain or S.R..
holding sandwiches and Individual holdlng'four blue candles, was the In the First Baptist Church of Li t; ,"
Eastern Star on June 9, Mrs. Elvi : .
cafes Presiding at the punchbowls The Ladles' Auxiliary of the First center of attraction. Lawtey. Stewart and her committee i I Stew . ." 31c. 25 Ib. 1.39

were Misses Carnlta Huttc Presbyterian Church will meet at Tiny colored hats served ..* ,, No Invitations. are being /sent Mrs. Martha Strickland and Mrs i Cold Stream Pink, .. Sunnyfield

and Sharon Hall. the jiome of Mrs. Janle Avery on .favor for the afternoon. but all friends of the couple: are Irma Pennington, had charge of Salmon t Rice 2 Ib
A 'musical program was preby Walnut Street Tuesday evening, invited. . 37c .29c
The many little guests enjoyed\ arrangements
aerated June 27. All members ....- Premium Jim.
Mrs. Ferryman, pianistthe are urged games in the yard before enjoyingcake -.. ,, ,. .DandyGrits
Rev L. A.. Shepherd, who to attend. ice .k a Crackers lb. 25c
,and O'I'eam.1n the dining 5 lb. 33c
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sang "Old Man River" and .a .
D. Haines, and.the Rev, 'Shepherd. .
sacred song, and Ml*. Qarnlts *
Mrs Colson was assisted la carIng .
Those In for the
,Hutto who ,S4Jif "Blue Moon." guests* ..were assisting Mrs H. caring C. Bitch, Mrs. for the children'by two grandmothers $- H Every Item Is

following' the program Short A. D. Martin, Mrs Shelli.'Hall Mrs. FV F Flume and

[talk were given by Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Bertha Pearce Mrs.. W, 0 Mrs. O. B. Colson, and by Mrs. I PRICE-!; u
[Mitchell tor, Mosley, the Rev. L. Halle and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs.H'ART Gene Long, Mrs. James. Seymourand -- ---- I a

Mrs. Robert Barksdale. I Well, a few more days like the I she'll find It cooler there than'F 4 %
Enjoying this affair with Margaret MARKED!
put week and well all 'sweated! her.. I Iii]
wer about 40 of her little!I it (
-- -- --- down to mere shadows of our 11I
friends former .elves. .Charles Cooley ,Spotted an' J.otted: George Jones I I. 'r' ttt( NO MORE'GUESSING, not even (
Furniture CO. says twas 102 in the shad at husband of our Jeanette. (Priest) o r 1 Junior at what the<< correct price is till

Carmichael-Schultz Klngsley Lake tother day, and If filling In vacation from cotiege bywo..king ,e' every<< item you buy (or the price is plan',

It was 102 out there,, it must surely at the Ice plant. ..A pretty ((1 ly marked on each container as well!on..
STARKE Mr>and Mrs. A. C. Carmichael) have been ISO In town. .(Aside good place to fcar.garound this the shelves. A&P givej a Cash Rag,
f ..1..,T.ra. FHKK UKUVKHV )f Starke, announce the approchingmarriage to Chamber of Commerce-I wa kind of weather, I'd ay Bill an : rot you purduscsai
of their daughter Mar only joking). .But anyway Jean Edwards up from Palatka ister slip too, checking your '
in! See
jory Dolores, to Stanley Theodore figure it, the temp's' been torrid where Bill Is with tne Florida Industrial as you put them away. Stop
Schultz: son of Mrs Wynn Schult and If that be treason, make the Commission.. .Charlet lit helpful this A&P Price Markina Polio

of Ann Arbor, Mich, and Dr. A.'D most of It. .And speaking of ,Mooney home for a few days but \ t .,an. be to.you_:*!

Kitchen SpltcliltINCLUDES Schultz: of Columbus,: Ohio The Charles-hear he went down tc already off again for summer JANE PARKER POTATO.. '
marriage will be an event of June Stetson Wednesday to tryout ROTC camp at Fort Knox, Ky. FLAVORFULMAYONNAISE

29 at 7:00: p.m. at the First Bap. for a football scholarship. Surely Margaret! (Monteith) McCri f i CHIPS

tlst Church of Starke. No invlta. hope he made the'I'adel.! .f spending few days with the BID - .. .13c .

tons are being sent but all friend Grahams at KIngsley Seems she .... ..
and relatives of the couple are Heard of lots 'of nice Father'I rated a brief vacation from her ftirv.1.- (-JUAKT- -- --

5-pc, Dinette 95 Invited i.\, attend. Day gifts, but quite the nicest duties in the Physical Education I I JANE PARKER Angel Food JAR;, 35c: a JAR 6Jc

to my way of thinking 'was the Dept. it the U of F. .Ethel Se-

79 CASH BowersWadsworthThe one which Ann Hayes bestowedon well pleased as Punch wltli a handsome BAR CAKE - 39c PROCESS CHEESE FOOD 2 Ib.

1 Set Dishes onTERMS her husband, D... Candler K. new screen for Her North .
engagement and approaching Twa an oil painting of theirblonde Carolina cottage presented by CHED0BIT,2Ib.83cMild

marriage of Miss Myra Ellen daughter Betsy done by friends at a covered dish sup MARVEL HOME STYLE V/t! Ib.
1 Stove<< (3-burner) Bowers,. of Bunnell to Thomas :Dot (Christoffers) Newman, .the per at the Adkins home on Kings-

Holden Wadsworth son of Mr Keystone Heights portraitist 'ley last week. BREAD loaf & Mellow A&P Coffee

and Mr. O. P. Wadsworth, Sr. An ideal way to remember father - 18c
of Hampton Ia announced by thr I I'd say Hear that Jimmy Peek Pat Lambe avers that her passport S O'CLOCK.; lb.-----67c

bride-elect's mother, Mrs. A. A and bride, .Wills, are expected picture, obtained for her prospective .
Wells of East PalatXa, and fatherJ. back momentarily from their ;.wed trip to Canada needs onlya LITTLE DARLING Fordhook IONA
9 Room Suite M. Bowers of Bunnell. ding trip, spent in the mountain number beneath it to qualify her Cream Style No. 2 Can
.. pc. Living 119.95 of North for the rogue's gallery. .The Bel- LIMAS .
i The wedding will be. an event Carolina and Tennessee nap tourist court contractor. - 21c WHITE{ CORN 12c
Harry '
of Friday, July 7, at 8 o'doclt'tJ'th. .It's. good thing the bank hair I -
Sevita of Lake Wales, has had hit ...
evening In the First Baptist conditioned, for this weather I
10 Bedroom Suite relatives visiting him for
pc. - $109.95 [Church of Bunnell. would certainly be hard to take past
after couple of weekends and touring Guaranteed
> No Invitation* are being sent of.week.mountaineering. for. a couple around St. Augustine and the various "Super-Right"( 1 Meat Values (,y
but all friends of the couple art beeches .Hear that Della
Invited to be present.W.C.TU Rosenberg, after
Hear 'that Dorothy and Jim receiving her degree "
Cooper are all set to open their from the U of F ,tile year "Super- /

Hart Furniture Co. NoticeThe antique shop at their home on plans to leave,the 5th or Ath for CHUCK ROASTB t

North Walnut. .Have lots of further work at Columbia Univer -. 65c J
J a) next meeting of the WCTU Interesting collector's sity. Librarian Jeannette Young
items, I'm
Easy Terms. No Carrying Charges! will be held In the Tabernacle Informed.. .From. all reports, Bill returned at the zero hour Monday Extra Fancy Quick Frozen Dressed & Drawn
annex Friday afternoon June 30, afternoon for
work after
and Alyce Graham are a vel'pleasant ]/
certainly HEN "
s at 3:30: o'clock.CARPENTER'S weekend TNRKEYS
enjoying their new outdoor fire-1 at the near Keystone 57c '
place at.tHe lake.'. JUyce Heights home of the Fred.rickeaona. : r6'
they'd had it Hear that Mary Ann Dressed & Drawn f "Super-
year ago. .. .Say'I ,' ,. '
'- CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'SINTRODUCING that' Bill enjoys outdoor ,Smith (Mrs. ;Foster Shi) returnee -( Right"

so much that she's hardly chefflng had tc j I home Wednesday from Alachua FRYERS, Gr. A. lb. 53c .. .
County Hospital with the .
r e Weekend cook a meal since the' Smith'
completed. fireplacewas i new son, Stephen Foster. "Super-Ri>;htTM EXTRA LEAN Fresh -

B BoND STREETBY Y RDLFYd.; ;;;: Klngsley.mother Moore pending, my Mr a.favorite.She's.few P. Glimpsed day still A.airline with Moore with hostess Hazel East., her at, water by children.Louise spending Beach.Kite., .Hear with a Is'few besting Luclle;that days the Green at the Clear.entire heat and? GROUND HERMAN'S ALL BEEF MEAT,Skinless lb.. ,- 59c Boneless_ ;Shoulder

ern making her
headquarters In Softball audience moved down U WIENERS I lb. .
ous leans the French Quarter of New Or. the hospital last .week when UtU pkge 45e ROAST lb. 87C

-lucky girl .Says she't red-headed Mike Frick was accidentally ,
planning a vacation to Mexlcc knocked -
by a car at
this summer. the end of.the game. .No Injuries IONA BROKEN SLICE No. 2 VS Can
This Favorite Perfume In A 50' however. .,. .Saw L. M. Oa.ln.. n....
See :Jim and Myrtle Deaver back pining for the Softball I PINEAPPLES
C home league Ust wt VEGETABLESLARGE 31c C
a -
delightfully cool (they week and new.Scoreboard hat -
Purse Falcon say) vacation in Miami Jim
1.50 value plan been
- erected which helps greatly ANN PACE DELICIOUS _
: a little layoff; from book learning .Margaret Miller and family.. m.
and won't return to ,
until the second semester.aummer. school!: turned last Friday just In time tc TOMATO SOUP 3for27cFOR
.Every' catch, the beginning of. the" heat -
' WrJ:65vaJue' body wondering wtio'a that apeet1ball. ; 'wave here,! '. WatermelonsEa. ,
.Says they took In
Bond Street Toilet : pltcner'wha, did such a good everything from Hell's Kitchen.U CANNING QUART SIZE'
job on the 'mound for
Monday night Hear he's Carnegie Hall. : -Mrs. R. S. Fernandes MASON JARS doz. 75c
a guestof who had been .visiting'In 59c ; -
Blake 'Jackson: -James Tangli '
Pennsylvania returned
; 'with then
*$ a'r of EtoWaJx Tenn. t .Well. I must .Hear that Burke and Freddy ,
say Ma name 1* very appropriate ,,
t Ellington 'ere taking It ,
around Sweetheart
easy 22c
t .H. really ,can "tangle" the Silver Soap Bea BAR 4 for
Both Lake after CARROTS '
opposition up I*.knots with those hours these days... ., working ;2 bu. 19c
fast balls 'i .If he could stick Calif. LEMONS CamayToiletSoap; BAT: lie
19c BAR
around the rest of the Summer Marion Howe relates that .
recently ','
For't t Alvares might be leading the when thing got even more Pascal CELERY J7c Ivory :.
league. Snow 27c
:, ,, confused than usual around the C LARGE PRO.

of C office she just up and took Iceburg Lettuce, 2 hd. 19c '
Ivory 27c
... ...".... ..../ Bummer Is the traditional|i,off on a bus to clear her mind. Calif. English Soap Flake
: g and avid Peas Ib. 17c
/ f r When sbe got- to OalDeevtUe.ahe. '
CaUtreeter certainly seem to be Hill didn't feel much better, so Red Beauty 'Ivory ToiletSoap ME. BAR 2 for 25c
Served Iced Tea doing their share.. .HowelT Nas-1 I rode on down to Ocala. walked 25c

Our prescription department carries worthy Atlantic I* enjoying the cool breezes. around the street for a while, and DUZ Lrjf. Pkg. .. 27e ,_ Tide, ,, .Lrg. Pk?. . 27t
a complete stock til City .where be is attending ]1 Naught[ another bus home. WeD, JUMBO SB's

1 fresh drugs and chemicals at all fimea. Your prescription a big. Phllco convention that's one way to get a changeof Dreft.'LrgPkB.... 27e, | Lava,;''R g. liar..9r
: Tom an Flo Blade '
are back
.*. filled exactly as the doctor has written and delivered toy after a several _ka' trip'which, some atmosphere.time.See. .Think Ted m an'try Free it CantaloupesEa.

you without delay. Quality drugs at minimum prices. included.among other 'terns of'Int.rt. Duncan an' chillun enjoyln" a

'- .... the Indianapolis races j Kingsley'vacation.\ but Ted sayt
; and the Rotary Convention in he hairs been able to do anything
; Detroit .Audrey Newman has |much but
: sleep out there so fan
CARPENTER'S checked out for the Kansas City .Note that Roy an Fran Ward

Centennial celebration but will are constructing a bath house on
be back early in July to open the their
Klngsley and
;;, '. ." ,The Store When Y'Ou See Your Prescription Filled BHS library. Diane GUlen left around to building a cottage may get before ,BORAX . 18c '

Tuesday night for Camp Men too long now. Another BORAXO 300 East Call Street

Mac. North Carolina, and I hope Klngaiey additions the beautiful . I7c I
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Miss Frances arrived Burden this week of Jacksonville to!' Nylon; hone, 81 gauges, $t.lLrlb's. I Patrolman GillenI ,hosts last Saturday evening wher his sister Mr. J. W. Horn. They Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Strickland 1 I

visit Mr. and Mrs. S. R. they ,ntertainted Mrs. Kelly's Sun were en route to Orlando and Brad and son, Horace, of Ad l, Ga. (
and I Jack Haile left Thursday Uj I Being Transferred day school clan with enton. of '
family for several a party.HAMPTON and Mr. and Mra. H. Folsome j
spend aeversl weeks In Miami and
'State Robert Cox, U. S. Army arrived Gainesville :wen Sunday dilutes f f
other Highway Patrolmen H.
In p.
Narroline points South Florida.
girdlesat guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. ,
Monday for
a furlough 'i
Stump's. I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Ft. Gillen who baa been assigned to I

-:7IN:: \ THE NEWS Miss Irene I Pierce were overnight guest*-< Bradford Union and a portion of visit with his parents Mr. and Mr OUmartln. >
Mobley and Mrs. the Clay Counties Q. C. Cox. Robert has just, returned I Mrs. Frank Hicks and children t
Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swin- since September .
Rdseell Judd had as their guests dall 1945, will be Mrs. M. O. from Alaska, where he Mrs. Marian Gnann. and Mr*. Ida ,
- ---- Monday. transferred to Fer. ny Sweeney
-- last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Leslie' I nandlna haa been stationed for the pasteight Maxwell all of Jacksonville. wart 1\ \
Van Patel and had effective July 1,
Lace trimmed family at
of Belle Glade Nylon pcuitle Blackman and Mr. and Mrs. Herman ., Since months.Mrs. visitor here last week. *
udd In color their gu'sts last weekend Mr being In this area. Patrol
barejamflY 'only. $3.50 value fol Blackman of Birthday OHebraUon
weekend Miami and Al- man Gillen I Beast Bryant of Ft. MyersIs VUltUg Mrs. Stella 'Colllu > [
and hIs
4 two and Mrs. Merton family have
Leila's.Xhoa Galloway
$1.08. vln
friends. only I Pope of Jacksonville. I Honoring small son, Keithon
and relatives this .. \
daughter. Linda of Palatka. made their' home In Starke and visiting here. week are her granddaughter.Gayl.
attending the funeral his second
to of 'anniver.sary
be interested Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johns of they have birthday Mrs. Q. C. Gentry, Ft. Lauderdale and Bobble Jean John .
friends here' who
Ill Cotton
U Mrs. Mary Hill Mother of Rev, rayon Jersey. (own* many Mrs. J. C'Wynn' entertained '
OVId; D. Bennett 104th 3. R Hill) In Colemen last Thurs Martin Kentucky. will arrive I$..98 sad $3.08. at Lf'1..'.. : regret to learn of their departure with a children's party at her horn 1 I has been the guest of netparents. of Jacksonville and Mary Katlx ':; i
80. Friday to
''d with C. upend several days' Lt. and Mr. Francis Marion' Gillen state. that In additionto Mr. and Mrs. George Sax: anne Wadsworth of GalnesvUl- ,
afternoon Mra. Saturday afternoon. arrival
day were L. Upon
Kg., ot the U. S. ICOrPI D.I vacation with their daughter. Williams the five year he hu served Friend will be Interested: to '
Miss Kate and son Ricky arrived each little colored on.Rothfel
Green truth, Mrs.Bertha guest a
U Great Lakee.a Mrs. Homer Swindall. They will yesterday from here he worked around Camp I Jones and little brother hear of the new residence of Corp $ [

Pearce; Mrs. L. S. Hut- be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. 'where Lt. Williams Middletown has been pa"j I Blanding for two yean, and consequently balloon. and when all had gathered Ardel Brannen returned{ to theta oral and Mrs. Bruce 8. MaxwellIn !

wonderful, Job en to Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs. I.P. Frank PIckle. brother-In.law and tioned at Olmstead Air Base near feels that this U "home". snap Keith shots then' were taken his of the group love.ly home this week after being patlenti Hopklnsvllle, Ky., Cpl. Maxwell I;

wash. drrMed.eOId1pltkUP Shepherd. sister of Mrs. Swindall, and two there since He expressed' appreciation to the opened many In the Hope Haven Hospital Jack I la stationed at nearby Ft. Camp
r December After] .
and dellverlChonera !'" E. T. Rltter of Hamlet. N. C., nieces, Rose Ann and Barbara two I f public forthe cooperation and glfta.The sonville.Mr. bell Ky. .
weeks her with hit] refreshment table .
& Laundry.1on. arrived Tuesday to spend several Pickle. father T. S. Williams he will consideration that has been ahown ered with a white lace was cov and Mrs. R. C. Gray Sr., of Miss Margaret Hall spent Mon -t'j'

S. Hutto had day here vislting.hle brother-in- Suit. 'I him during the spreadand Tampa were weekend visitorshere. day shopping In Jacksonville.Mrs. "
L. and Plain DresM-s dry! leave' for a tour of duty In the time he has aerved vase of delicate roseS
sl. last weekend th trghlerIn.law law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. cleaned only /SOc each. Free pickup Philippine Islands. His wife and her. adorned a the table which pink also heldthe They were guests of Mr E. E, Lewis and baby .',t,

Mr. and Hutto* and' family. and delivery. Starke Dry''child will Join him at a later data.Lace .I I' It ha not been learned yet whc large beautifully decorated yellow and Mrs. K. B. Watterson and Mrs daughter. Wanda Unette. 'of ',",,
of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mra. James Deaver returned -I Cleaners & Will succeed Glllen here. ,T. F. Brown. Stark., has returned to her home ,)
Hutto I| trimmed satin and
: white cake
their eon to their. home here last gonna birthday Mr. and Mrs. U R. Stricklandand after suendlng ten days with herparent. "
Bum Sunday I Mr.. Nate Dyal!, Mrs. T. L. Casey ,.and $3.08. At Leila's. ta.9I.1 I which Mrs. Wynn cut. A circleof I
weekend after
spending .. :
a two Le
to spend< this FFA son* Roy and Charles ., Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dyat
alned and Mr. and Mrs. Convention'I
weeks vacation with relatives In Judy Casey were shop-t Ernest W. Leach 'chairs surrounded the table -'It1'"
ith his grandparents. Miami. ping In Jacksonville Saturday af.l I IL arrived from Niagara Falls Canada holding the gifts and cake. Th .- _
Begins June
iMrt. E. C. Long and l tornoon. Miss Casey remained Tuesday and are spending I I 26th party was held ,out doors In the 'qBulldozes
un of the State shipment Bemberg, $1.. with her Mrs.. several day here' lawn where the children could
aunt E. T. Vestal as guests ofT Cbas. S. ,
1 guests of Mr. and 29 value' SPECIAL 98c PER- for this week. | S. Williams. Mr. Leach I I. a Bradford High Partin.School principal, and Bar.of play freely and happily. ; For Kent : !
Lake YD. STUMPS.Ricky
..iig at Kingsley I Maiden Form brassieres at retired U. S. Army officer. mon P. Morgan. Bradford County Assisting In serving the let I :'

and Eddie Herndon of Stump's.Mr. Mr. Effie Johns spent last weekIn Superintendent cream were Keith's aunt. Mr
of Schools will
1. W. H. Nollman left Valdosta Ga., are pending some and Mrs. J. M. Edwards were Jacksonville visiting her sinter be among those receiving honorary Alvera Johns of Green Cove Spring I ,' i
several weekt time visiting their cousins, Frank. Mrs. Mena McCrutcheon and Mrs. Frances '
spend and nelce Wadaworth i
attending to business in membership in the Future Land
Pensacola Farmers Clearing i
y/ vlUe and Highland,lin' Rltch of the SU.t .Farm and Wednesday and Mrs. J. 3. Gross. of America at the annual Assorted flavored .lolly pops were Jt'
Thursday.Mrs. statf
I : t
Ray Judd' of ,Starka. E. B. Canova Is occupying Mr..and :Mrs. James T. Spurlln convention to be held at the University presented' ss favors. Those attending 'S Stumping : ,':"

her Klngsley Lake' cottage for of FItzpatrick. Ala., spent several of Florida In Gainesville :were. Emily Johns, Billy I }

several weeks.Guaranteed days her* this week visiting friend June 28-30. Saxon. Larry and Brendy Dean Dralnage'Dile/el'

RASPECIALI and relatives More than 600 Whldden, Patsy Roark Dlani i \
| non-run rayon pant- schoolboy mem.
[ .. len, SOc, at Leila's. Mr. and Mrs. O. U Beasley and bent of the FFA will attend the Hardy, of Hampton; Wayne Road Grading I :' ./7, ': '.
Mrs. Diane and I
Mrs. Nat Norfleet and daughters J. W. KIncaid spent several convention with a good delegation Gwendolyn Wynn .
___ days this week Larry and Sherry Noegal' ,. and?
*edl.f.n Ray and Nell, of Madison were visiting Mr. and In prospect: from the Bradford
Mrs. C. C. Hoppe in Tampa. Chapter. Mike Anderson of Starke; and<
overnight guests of 'Mr. and MrsE. ;
L. Matthews at KIngsley Lake Mr. and Mr. P. M. Barefoot and< 1,>.During the convention -the school' Jennifer' Johns of Green Cove AMY ..PIIOl i 1
Mr. and Mra. W. Spring !
Thursday. S. Barefoot of boy.farmer. will compete In various &

Shirt and clrannd Sanderson spent last weekend 1n, contests for cash prizes totalIng Thirteen
pants dry member. attended the :
ACME, EXPERTS Tampa visiting Mr. Barefoot' c.. Del. Starke Contact Me at Crosby Lake
BY .
only 25* earn. Free pickup and I $2,200 nine cost-free trips U W. M. U. meeting last Thursday or =

WITH ACME .PARTS] drflvery... Starkn Dry Clxaners & mother who Is seriously III, at the, the National FFA Convention U afternoon at the horn of MrsEugene '

fT"rnri LAundry. home of :Mrs. Lula Carver. I ti, held In Kansas City, Mo. II' Birt.Friends .

Mrs. M. C. Stlth and daughter Friends will be Interested tc. October and five scholarships tc of Mr. and Mrs. Johr> 'I'II"

Sandy. of Washington. D. C., and know that Mr. and Mrs.. R..,.1 the University Florida. L. i Hall of Milwaukee, WI.., wll\* '
are now residing- at. 62C
Miss Mary Brownlee of Baltimore be interested to hear of the ar.

Md., returned to their homes last River Street In Pal atka while Mr Mrs. Mary Hill rival of their daughter on Saturday E.i /
Davis 1* on an .
the Vacuum weekend after' spending a week assignment1there. June 17th. The baby II Iii ii !Y4II1flDedicated

Cleaner witK here visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L ,. Mrs. Mary Hill 84, mother' o' a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs

Brownlee.Mrs. Miss Frances Morgan of the Rev. J. R. Hill former pastor of Lynn Hall of Hampton. \

Alachua County Hospital in Gainesville the Starke Methodist Church, died I ;
Peggy Tilley spent last Friday Attending the birthday >party To Community Service <-

evening In Jacksonville vIsit. spent last weekend here with Tuesday. June 13, at the home of of M \ Ruth Sibley at Theresss "Movie Ar Better Than Ever". .

ing friends. her parents Mr. and Mrs M. M a daughter In St. Petersburg.Mrs. last frrtdny night were the following .L

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Broadwayand Morgan. Hill was a native of Wild. young folks from Hamp. Saturday June 21 ONLY Tuea.' & Wed., June'27 & 28

children StevIe and Siizl re Cotton slip and petticoats., $1.98 wood but had lived In Coleman tont Misses Margaret' and Lucllt '

turned home Monday after spend. at ......Ia.., most of her life. Funeral service Hall, Louise Adklns. Yvonne Brook. DOUBLE FEATURETwilight |I ;

ing ten days at the A. H. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs hadas were held there Thursday afternoon Ins, Sylvia May, Martha Home : J ft '"I.j

.12.95 cottage on Lake anta Fe. their guest Wednesday night June 19, at. 3:80: o'clock In Norma and Joan Sweeney, Wayne, In '' I I '1

Mrs. Edmond Tenly is attending Frank Fraser of Chester, Pa, Adamsvllle Cemetery' with Rev I Matchett.. Bert Hlnson. Jr., And r------------( ,

uti state people's M. B. Cox of Orlando officiating Hick.. ,
young camp epon- Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot lOtto Jr. ,

CASH raici / -ored by the Baptist Women's Mis ,spent Monday in Sanderson visiting Interment was In the family plot Roscoe May of Washington, D The Sierras .. l

slonary Union as counselor at Mr. and Mrs. W S. Barefoot In Seville. C.. arrived last week' for a visit ;. I -1

DEPOSIT Camp O'Lena this week. Friends from Starke attendingth with' his parents' Mr. and Mrs H I
Mrs. R, S. Fernandez returnedto
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd of St funeral services were Mrs. L D. May. The Wilson Mays, 'olWllllston with Roy Rogers
P G-DAYTRIAL PLAN ONE YEAR GUARANTEE her home here this week aftera .
D. Green MlM Kate truth, Mrs
'Petersburg spent Friday evening were their guest Sun
EVENING DEMONSTRATIONS GIVEN here visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H several weeks vacation with! Bertha Pearce, Mrs, L. 8. Hutto day. ANDHarbor 'Jr : f

Nollman. relatives and .friends }In, Corning Mrs. Titus Olson, and Mrs. I. ,P I Mr.and MM. Marvin McAlhany

[ sb-; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkins Shepherd Reevesvllle, S. C., stopped here
cine Vacuum and Miss,Joyce Ward left Mondayfor I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle had The sympathy of the communltj Saturday for a brief visit wit

412 \V. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. I Ifou.1l several 1 weeks vacation to Hot' aa their guests last Sunday Mrs Is extended to Rev. Hill, now pastor ,

Ark. .Carlsbad. N. Mex. feilybplle Carter and son, Clyde of Ui* Methodist Church a1 -.- .. Missing Men HolidayBENDIX
\ likv; a free homo demonstration! of a fully Sprinps ,
and El Paso Texas. They will I Carter of Madison, Ga., and Mr Dunnellon, In his bereavement.
irantiwd Rebuilt Electrolux: Vacuum Cleaner I and Mr. A. B. Hollis of Atlanta
visit Mrs. Perkins' brother ane< CARPENThRSPRESCRIPTIONS with a great castt 1 1HOAGY
bplrte with 7 for
attachments $12.93..
tater-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. WPoppell I Ga. en route to Daytona Beach Elks Plan Dance .
Flu 9 "Ghost. of' Zorro"A
where Chapter LWILLIAM
; they ;will spend aeveraweeks.
------ -- ---- while In El Paso.

RES8: ..' ____:-__ ___.___: ___:: I Star Brand dress & work Members of the Starke Elks "SpeJItmund", Cartoon 1s CARMICHAEL,'

____ STATE __________ ..: atStump's. Lodge will be host at a dance Ir PHARMACISTS
------ -------- shoes for men boys -A Men"
Also NVWN "Suprr Cu.
you uyt ON URAL ROUTE.: WKITC: D''ICTION. I Scouts Leave MondayFor the USO building Thursday night
- - June 29. Music will be furnishedby Sun. & Mon., June 23 & 26 RhortThura.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman
Jamboree EventLife .
Larry Gibson and his orchestra
--- of mat week I
were guests Thursday Proceeds from the dance, abov Not Just ACirndy-imBIOT! .. & Frl. June 29 & 30 t
LASSIFIEDHlO of their son-in-law and daughter, Scout Tom McClan and 'expen.aello I .
will go into the club'schaiity
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkins Star Scout Billy Dodd leave from .

Janelle, in Jackson. 'Jacksonville I 2 fund. ." \\t\
-- -- sad daughter Monday night at i

nAnio ""'.11:5: Jt CIIRVIfF..terttrIr.r.tio. ville. .o'clock to attend the National \\,, t\\. 1HREEOWE ,

HFPAIRKDIkm .nvrvlr Ph9.. iml.VIklrr Straight rut tailored' slip by Jamboree at Valley Forge, Pa. : \\. \\ i ;
All M._.... \ KiMtrle.rvlc... tf Leila's I SUNNYBROOK I '
f ka,1... ......._. I'almy s.. S2-4I. $1.69. Some 47.000 Boy Scouts from al) \1 ;; i '
C'. "fPHIo"n: : FOR HALE 19. Cunhman motoiiiuot Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edmoru parts of the United States will be Miss 'fa1A\t't :
.... ...... ,r. 23.) .,. ]lk. new juflt painted. Tenly during last ;week were the encamped at this national shrine Wanda Crosby 1\\f .
Ix>ta of ntrai. Parcaln price 'i (
I HAULING:' of kind John Kemp at r....ep.p.r office Rev. and Mrs. Earl Willis and son for the highlight of the Scoutingyear. t\\ 1"
< ,, Jacknnn soy T .n-- Jerry of Alachua the Rev and Mis Romona Roberts of Lake ::a ,., o : : HOME
US ; :w Sewing Maohlnai. Butler last weekend with A@ .
or 49-W tl Singer Mrs. C. F. Hooker of Galnesvl)!* The two local Scouts were select spent :
Caah A Term. are available In
TELEVISION IN TOUR thla lection only through Ulnir: .r Mr. and Mr*. Dixon Hooker and ed to represent Troop 70 on the Mary Alyce ,IJ .

HONE last' Chan.. C.Seat Bewln-' Machine Co.. 4A8._ N. liar.Ion Jack Trevor of Lebon Tenn., antf twsl* of their outstandIng record I I Crosby. ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE CUVDEnl COLBERT
Redk... cover, 8t.. Lak. CIty, F shonesilo. Me and Mrs. Billy Crosby of I 1
tark.. tfm writs or vlalt our shop. W. R. Walters of Reidavllle, Ga. and service to thj organization :
Bales; Service care. .will. v't.I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dahmep and McClane is the ranking Scout In Dade City and Mrs. J. W. Thorns PHONE Flue New "Sceola Sweden" f
inr-n HAUIOS. your home upon ,.q.... tf and son Gwynn and Stanley Crosby Plus. "Happy Tuts" Cartoo .;
PHO"04.RAPH.. .. son are spending two weeks Ir the troop while Dodd Is servingat 64 Short I .'
BI.F.I. G..............I MALE! HELP WANTED: man with Michigan visiting friends and relatives. present as Senior Patrol Leader of Brooker were visiting the Day -. Night "Norway" Travelogue
Eli C HIiEPHEHDlIadl.on car for Rawlela-h business In city Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby. Mon ,
lit... 'StarksFwu.iaS of Starke. Prevloua 1I..1IInll' experience _
not e*.entlal MU1J10aced A whale of a Cannon sale 'A portion of the expense of send. day.Mr. .r 10)
pr".rr.d..ar.old' and \Jlrs. J. R. Kelly and
*''*. ttmrn, man .... ... Ing the two boys to the Jamborees
xiulpm>nt. l.rr. .aloo- line household ,nec, nltl Write igiving i at Stump's.Mrs. daughter Katbryn. Mra. Beulah, ,
nrlr.ii' Q.ck; ..rvl".. atr. and experience Rawlelahs -. B. C. Holtzendorf returned being borne by the Stark. Root '
FAF-l70-il. attention Kelly. and MIlS Wanda
"5&-Rjs, Np.uI.a., Iay54 "f Dept,. Lawi P. O. Bo* t467,, Sunday after spending a week wltt ary Club. sponsor of the troop were visiting Mr. and Mrs. cro.bY'1 EXTRA SPECIAL!
llallnush Rd. tf
.4ltemphl.2" T."". Btp TTNOTICBj her mother in Jasper. While there while the Scouts themselves earn Sunday at Bedford Lake.

fort sisters visited ed the remainder of the necessary
YOUR TIMBER. Anybody Jiavln cow' ) Mrs. Holtzendorf Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and JL

NOW "8th ale St.contact,, or J. E.Ovid Price Lewis, I40H. 1JJ Stock 13 from Brunswick Ga., and Houston lunds.I children were guests of her sister I HOY! Will We See Who Reads Our Ad! .

Cash Prices Paid ton St... Ph.S-.f... ..*... tf ,, and West Columbia Texas. I Protractors 19; at the Bradford Mrs. H. C. Brosdway Friday Of

: CURB URL WANTEP: good work-, Straight rut love trtasnwd Seevnv County: Telegraph. Also last week at Santa Fe Lake.

I. B Yi V BULK I Ins- condition.. pay. Must have purfe slip, all size. $2J9Leila's I ruler protrswtors.' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were Table Lamps i

>R IN UNIT BAM references Drive*In.health card. Appl"It Friends and relatives visiting I

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. quigley ,on

IW;: FOR RENT: I bedroom nnuae. furn-I Sunday at the Avery Inn ;.wer*'F Assorted Designs .olol'lll 1 12
PECK liihed Elect: refrigerator, auto- .
h.at.r" range.S A. Scott, Mr. and Mr I
matlo rae water Beauty ITnmatfhedt Regular
John \V. Turner blocks from eourthou Mra Scott Miss Carol Young of Bronx .
0. Box 463ainegvilJe ft.K.:, J.or powlln phone J U.trt Larse 837.lawn W. with Call vllle N. Y. Corbin Carnell and r- ;' .f:", I. 15.95 value! All newt Limit

}'la. plenty of. shad tr.... It Gene Carnell of Ormond. Miss 1 '.:!}, .. I* two per rtMtonMtr. Two forth J

; .WANTEDt!: One small modern home.Mast Edna Noegel Leonard Noegel and I ,, .",'! ''-' price of onel! A real, buy r*
a pof flt card and,I I be reanonabl for canh( 81..1, Miss Susan Wallace. ';'
fOmt'' ,of lot Immaterial. E. W. -p 'i'
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ML Rtak.. $tpi.DiNtibat. ..10... fie. Mre. I.. A. Rennoldn '
100 Walnut lit. gt-rke. It
w..... xpens Denmark's Has
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CII"qu..t Clab-(1ap.tt. HAJnd. <|. Rt. *, JlO& 1411AA.flC.k. ."t CU. [' FIBRE RUGS '
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8.. .Selley' at tmn..hhouae near Kin.",. .." La". ",. ,... ., IN STOVES! .4
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and Mr. Noland the Strickland. Thornwell Orphanage Clinton Mr. Vance Geiger. Bradley Oct.- tiff "... Johnnie Ma Jeffr.nn Col-\thence run easterly alone the North ofbeginning. I West to lln.a point of said of beginning State road, $ I .10....1t1. point*.aid Blat.of Road tali r"l--.1

FARM and Miaa Davis left on a sightseeing -I S. C., spent several day. with Mr. ger, Mr. and Mra. Jimmie Brad. II... Defendant.Ot rmMfmtl. Can A No..* W 7.2T.OrdOT .l... T. tin. of mid. being Lot 1 the to .alel propertY point ('' feet run...*.t..ly.t 105 right f.et angle.* tb.nc.1 f I.coctlon* .* ,...Township' .beginning and Ran.: aU.I"......
STATE all ? with :
trip through North Caro and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell and with ley and their baby.Gloria.and:Mr. Ap_... TATBJ or FLORIDA TO. A. 1>. Martin and OoMn Martin SSrth.rly a parallel I'rndltament. and the ton.DI'nt"
In Bradford County Florida. t\60 t'h "-
JffrOM Colllne whoa !
lina. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrew. In Mrs. Reese and their Johnnl Ma S"at:: road feet to Booth thereto belonging. "'
By _In. Bryan WBltfleld and Bradley unknown of the intersection .
( I ra.ldencej Also from the point of a street, thence ran Kail I A. J. T" .... j,
Mr. and Mrs. Chariest W. Turneyand Starke. MODS Clinton and Jack, jjl of I Ton are required to appear on of the South line of said line along said street 110 fet to said I. Hollie V. Knl8'b.AtorhBY" .1.' ....
Jacknonvtlle.! I I July 10. 160 In the ahov. named See. 11 with the West line of State ... road thence run southerly a- tiffs. tor J>a:
For the weekend that Included their children of. Fruitland Mrs. Roberta Kerce of Jackson Court and oaua., wherein plaintiff road 100 run northerly along the 8t. 1S ...
i Park wer.guests of Mr. and Mr. vllle was the guest of Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mr. J. A. Bouvler' Sr.. Seeks divorce. Bradford County Tel-
.' Father'* Day Mr. and Mrs. A. C. M. Turney Sunday. Other visitors -' M. D. Young Sunday, of Miami came Wednesday to visit ,graph...t four nhall weekly pnhlt.h l..u this... Order In '

C. Davis had as their visitor Mr., of Mr. and Mr*. Turner. Sr.. Maurice Barton left Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner 'and Wltnen my hand and official nealt
.. Florld. ..'itbl June (, 1950OFFlChAL .
and Mrs. Lyle Noland and their were Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Foster last week to spend ten days with other Farm friends.. ( Stark, BKAl-t A.* J. Thomas.
daughter. Meredith Ann. of Or. and Mr*. P. A. Newman of Knoxville his mother in Wellington, Texas During, the week TjSgt and Mrs. A. Clerk of said Court

lando Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Red- Tennessee and Mr. and Mrs. Following; a vtult l; with relativesin ,Jack Bradley and their daughter: .I ny 4t Havrn 430 Crosby; D.puty Clerk0C NOWHERE ELSE CAN YOUR

dish and their sons, Rodger and John P. Turney and their childrenof Auburndale Mr. and Mrs. Ernest!: Gall and Jean of Atwater California I. Clrrmlt -('...-... *.....rt Cmmmtr
| Dennis of Hellbronn Springs and Jacksonville.1st i Bryan and their son. Kenneth arrived to visit Mr. and Mrs. florMal In <'k..r...".
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland Lt. and Mr*. James R. Jones Jr., of Dothan Alabama were J. M. Bradley Plaintiff, v. Frank Oalvator.Msrch. .
.... .
Defendant. Can No. 7120
and their son. Johnnie, of Gaines- and their children. Linda, Barbara overnight guest of Mr. and Mr*. Lt. (Jr.) and Mrs. L. :M. Francis 0..,. Of PvhllralloB Am* N' .._ T.
( vlUe Mice Joyce Davis accompanied Jimmie and Mike, of Fayettevllle C. D. Sellers when en route home. A._.... TATM OP KI.ORIDA TO.

| Mr. and Mrs. Noland to N. c., arrived Friday to Patricia Wlllard. who had been Ann and and their Marcia children Jane, of Quincy.Merrill r.phI.nc Prank l Halvator and addr March.. I I. ..*.9., whose Arch.wood .
i their home and visited! them for spend ten days with Mr. and Mrs.R. visiting her grandmother, Mrs. ) place, car. Bannno Altadeno. MON El BUY !I'
R. I., arrived Tuesday of last California AS.H
j aeveral days while Clifton Davis S. Rosier. Rivers in Auburndale for several : .
week to spend the rest of the are required to appear on
visited Johnnie Strickland until En route to visit relative Jn weeks returned to her home here month with Mrs. Francla' .J'uTu.. 950, In th. above named

Wednesday. At that time Mr. Clearwater Dickie Bluffer of With Mr. and Mr. Brvan. a'nii par.ntll.Mr. Court.. andau. _. _wherein. _plaintiff! !!. .
O. E. Crews.
4 Mrs. .eu alvor. .u..oay 01 ml..or I
Brian Kucera a di;; Harden child Pradford County Tlcraph'
After having Visited Rev. and hall publish this Order In next fourweekly
went to Camp Immokalee ...
on j u
Vtrs. L. A. Shepherd for several
Every Branch of t \ : Brooklyn Lake Saturday for a Wltnens my hand and official .ea1
J.t. day Mr. and Mr*. J. T. Spenceand
two ''week at BUtrk Florida thl May 30 1950toririciht.
stay their daughter Nancy. and SEAL:) A. J. ThOTnaaAn ; PAY
INSURANCEH. Miss Mary Bee Cox of Orlando Clerk of aald .Court '
Mrs. T. A. Wicker. and her children .
Bjr Haven Cronbr, Deputy ClerkT.
la visiting.. Mr. and Mrs. J*. H. Dianne and Tommie, returned Frank l-andrum. SI.rke. Florida, .. \ ''OOO

Cox and Mr. and Mr. J. M. Brad- to their home in Atlanta. Ally.; fur Plf. .-a 4t -2l .... .11II. MORE i

ley.Mr. Ga., Saturday. I In Clrvult ("....... .....,.. H. C. WALL AGENCY and Mrs. Hardy Crussclle' Little Melanie Bradley I Is spent ..1..1...A.. |Duncan. (.......PI.lnUtt.far.rr.Dorjn !! L \ ._ .,.;;;;;. ..... :
of Atlanta. Ga.. I '
were guests of ng this week with Mr. and Mr ken Duncan. fndant. Case No70Z4. ..-5N.eii. I
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Mr and Mrs. M. E. Grlner last. Jimmie Bradley in Jacksonville. __ fetiselKe. .
PHONE 146 weekend. Onus Of Pnkllm i> A.4 "' .11"". T* 51"'II
Miss Botavla Richardson ot A"_,. ",'TA'rM OP WI.OIUOA TO. : ...
Mrs. Rudolph Rosier and her Crescent City Is visiting; Rev. and Markea Duncan, whoa. residence .1..WD"'to
Constant Service Over 50 Years _, children, 'Judy and of .Is unknown: -.
,Randy Mrs. L. A. Shepherd.Mr i You are required to app.ar on ,,. I .
Lawtejr and Jimmie Nettle of DeWitt Sinclair' returned ''July f. ISO, In the abov named
Olustee were guests of Mr. and Court and cauw., vhrtn palntlf w -
Saturday from Winter Haven .*.10.* divorce. Bradford County Tel. --
Mrs. A. C. KIrkland Sunday.Mr where she had visited Mr, an4 arraph shall publlnh this Order In
*. Spencer Crew went to rlrs. Harold George for two weeks next four rekly laauea. '
Witness my hand and official seal' -
SERYWE Belle Glade Tuesday to Join Mr Mr. and Mrs. George accompanied at Stark. Florida. this June I. 1050.OFFICiAL : -

y\\1\t\\ Crew who I I. now an employee at Mr. Sinclair home and were herewith ( *' A HEAL* Clerk) of A..I.laid' Thom) Court., (,, .-
State Farm Nunmber Two.Father' her and Mr. Sinclair until By Haven CI'.b,.. Deputy Clerk 0'L .
PHONE' 189 Day guests of Mr; and Tuesday. Mr. Sinclair's. stay tn ,iou. .K. IIklpperj arid&ill ,Oraham. Bid*, -w-r t I so.. 61uE'I %

State Roads 100 & 200 Mrs. J. M. Bradley, were Mr. and Winter Haven at this time was .Attjr; for Plf. _____ *-l miles and ahead.
STARKE. FLORIDA occasioned by the wedding; of a J... Tkv'Clre.lt. c..... Of Th. Rlk.kt I How today's, New Dodge puts you money. .
II close friend Mrs. George being ........1 < lre..lt For .......*. C....
satisfaction to yonloteof
OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M. FREE 4.. FIt.. lot (;.._....... "WHAT a to know longer INSIDB give
ne of the bride'. attendant. Ja.ph f. Kmbeck and hi. wife J'Ge- 'tb t Dodge VALUE in rooiaioeas heed room leg room,shoulder t
.phln.8. Rabck! Plaintiffs 1 va Lawrenc comfort mile. Yet even with its'longer';'
For Prompt FREE Removalof L. iioward, *t ci.. DefendantsNH mean extra every
., HpecUll ....._ Sal you drive-that Dodge VALUE in wheelbase for maximum'ridingcomfort
Pure Tires, Tubes,.'Batteries, Dead, Crippled &Worth. Tak notice that und.r and In aeeordanc ruggedness mean you 11 spend ,parking is easier,simpler .

And Accessories less Cattle Horses Mules, PINE LEVELBy foreclosure* with entered the in final the decree abov entitled of. let on upkeep over the yeAI'll.And because Dodge* shorter OUT _..." .UI_TlEAI

& Hogs Mr*. H. M. McRavs cause. the underlined Bpeclal what satisfaction today BIDS.,No"bulky overhang* frost,, :
II beet Maatcr bidder.will. 'sell for cash to th, *at highest and big Dodge gives in handling ease. or rear. wish MAB TRIAD for "hetter.stI
Let Call 132, StarkeWE front( door of the County beC'uUr\- You see. Dodge it wider and High-compression"Get-Away" stability.'A huge new KM"picture
us SIL.I.KLEENyour car Rev. W. E. Hall pastor of Pin house In 8trk. Florid during' the wind-1 allows murk
by the new Silicone process -The new ALWAYS COME 1 Level Baptist Church .was backIn Ird legal. 1960 hour the of sale following on Monday described July "- .' engine formance.gives Ana you thanks.ahins-.JMl'-to Fluid! .s&tr.resr' .'view_driving viuon.

way to looting car beauty. $7.50 Florida Renderers the pulpit for service ,Sunday roprty, eltuate In Bradford County GYBQHATICAUTOMATIC Drive,starts and stops are velvet '
Florida to-wltr That
part of SH
WATERPROOF A Corrosion Resistant following absence due to conduct- of 6K% of HW4\ of 8.... SI, Twp.1 smooth. No bucking or jerkins; Now Bigger' ValueDODGE

INC. ing .a revival in Charlotte,_N.C.- : __ S.road, R.XOO 12 E ejcept, lytnaWe one lot>t of 160 State t.et LOWln..ICID -lens gear-shifting, toot! :
J Mr. and Mrs. Robert uroover u& quar* In the northeast corner thr**
See this
Mr. and Mr. of Brooker were visiting excepted lot beln Im- ,
proved by; a stucco house) and cx.C.Pt TRANSMISSION Dodge at your dealer's DO'W.Drive :
.. B. M. McRae Sundry. > two lots described aa follow: the new car that gives most
Billy Fender of Orlando and Mr. Lot 1. beginning where th*aouth.line HUES YOU MOM SHIFTING
Batten and babyof of said Section 11 intersects the Ay......sa C.-MedslsLa. for your money today-in com.
and Mrs. E. want rlarht-of-wy line of said State .. fort ruggedness, dependability. Just m f.w dolis.nor.
Old Starke were vlaltlng Mr. and road, thence run northerly along ., .Coot
tires -areDANGEROUS Fender and family Sun. said State road 100 feet. thnc run Stop in todayl than the Iow..prlcecl cars?
Mrs. A. J. westerly and parallel to said Sec.
day. tion.Jine. 220 feet, thence run southerly .
Mrs. Charley Crosby and children at right angle eIOuf..t.t: : saidSection :
I line, th nc *
of PalatKa are visiting Mr. along said Section line to point of j P. Roberts Motors
Starling. Beginning, being the property of .
L J and Mrs. Robert Sharon Hall; Lot S. from the Interaction -
Miss Ardelia Hall of Jacksonville of the South line of said

I I. spending .thl week with mat H'ctloi.road with ran th.northerly Went line along of said the 600 Temple Ave. Starke'. "FloridaGUwnin

her grandparents Mr. and Mr Vent line of said State road lot

L for H.' M, McRa, Mia June. Conner act run. no to>a th point"rlx; 'Along of beginning th. Went, thence. IIn.at ,
hard ot'Rilling', Section waa 'a dinner ald! road right-of-way 180 feet 8?
henc. run wvaterly and parallel to
guest Sunday.A the South lln. or said Section. 120
-- -w \\IMIV _.J revival series begin at Pine feet thence run South at right an- \ cw1.
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Church Sunday glee to the line InMt aforenald to
SUIII.rnerDriving Level Baptist the northwest. corner of said Lot 1, a (
Everyone 1* welcome.
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Mrs. E. A. 8app ,
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Mr. and ')Irs. Arthur Wilbur of I

TTT Cortez, Colorado. are visiting Mr. I .i ,

S. and ,Mrs. Roan Turner for a few a'S
week Mrs. Wilbur Is remembered
as Mia Bonnie Turner. daugh '

TRAD.E N'OW".FOR te?of Mr. and Mr. Roan Turner. .
Mr. .and Mrs. D. A. Greek of
Jackdonvile were dinner guest of ,5

Mr. and Mr*. S. L. Crew Sunday.
Little Miss Ethel Cook of
-tI S ''G"t few Gainesville days with has her been aunt spending Miss Ida a LET US CHECK a 179.75 '

OlD Merritt. ,, .... rnvX
l S. I* Crews and daughter Jon- YOUR FIREINSURANCE I C,.
'austSWWUS Die Francis. Mr. and Mr. Ethan EASY
Sapp attended church at Johns

f((''DM1S town Sunday.Mr. NOW TERMS TOO!
\\ and Mr*. Roan Turner Mr.

and Mrs.,:Wilbur Turner Mr.:and

ANDFOR : Mrs..Arthur Wilbur and Everett, .

Renfroe are enjoying a nice vaca ,, ,,
'i-. tion at Orange Spring this week.
4WORNOUJI extended to Charley .
Sympathy i Is ':
-' Cowen upon the death of his Charley E. Johns I
? ''No .. brother in HuntsvOle Alabama.Mr. \
and Mrs. Cowan left Sundayfor Agency .

.. DE.IN the funeral. .. t ''tI.....*....___._ ,
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Phoa IS .
VAlUE Little Ruddy Andrew of Gainesville BTARKB FLA.5e.eetiis '. ,-
1* ,visiting his aunt and un .I
.. cle. Mr. and :4n. Floyd Wiggins. .*White,. 1. "' '

.. -:. ..... tor a few days. tonkinUftwRigl, ,II.,, '' .

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or I .,- jzWe'll :*_,;;: .;- I. ( !.(Cbaarerr.Raymond r* C ty.FUrMal ; THK TMAVCLCM Hart....*l C-Dseinhssd: "....with) : "- ",,

Ross Collins, Jr., Plain- J
trade"y u mile for mile -, '. 0-f riSings Gtt..**. ,

Trade you safer, new miles in .. .I IopotoIl Unit )p ,I' I

GOODVEARDELUXE I Stark Summer Dry CJeaning'Rates I II

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old! tires. .1OOO, 2,000, ;3OOO... 1 | PANTS I The: DISPOSAL Unit by

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miles f. et.eu Ike It".ets.... the.espe..g.. e.sis, erok'.

as many as you have left! ShIRTS..0.' I ..-'ss.d. ..eens5s...Me is OSliKISI c_. I&......4....e4....lusepeta_.......,..imu_ .

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Christian Church Baptist Church"The At Tabernacle Hodges a few day last week. and Reed Lewis of Starke and Mr I Jacksonville visited her parent

"Father's Day last :e.fn. Rufua Green la visiting and Mr. Woodrow Thomas of Mr and Mrs., Dave Green, I&.
has ( Sunday) World Mission Team" will The Saturday youth meeting at relatives In Dundee this week La Cross visited Mr. and Mrs weekend.

to come and gone, and It war appear at the First Baptist Churchof the Tabernacle was again In chargeof Mr. and Mrs G. A. Gay were E. C. Lewis Sunday.Mr. .

truly a wonderful day at the First Starke this Sunday morning at I Miss Edna, Noegel, assisted. by 'In Gainesville Thursday of laM and Mrs. J. R. Mott visited Land
Christian:: Church of Starke," the 11 o'clock. The group of four other young people. A new chore week. her mother, Mrs Brook Perryman

Rev. Homer Swlndall minister young people from Wayland Col- us was learned, and another delightful Billy Rimes and Heubert Harp of Gainesville Sunday Recent deeds recorded In thi

stated this week. "Many were lege, Plain view, Texas, will bring story told by the leadei of Frederick Maryland, arrived We are sorry to report that courthouse were:

enthused over the play presented their testimony for Christ representing captured the interest of all. A Monday morning. They plan tc Mrs H. E. Stokes .Is patient In. I
Baptist Pine Level Sunday evening, 'The Prodigal I their various nations': Miss young visitor from Lake Mary visit friends and relatives for two Alachua County hospital, Starke Mr. and Mrs. Fate Brown o
Airpark BaptistA Son.' Please remember-there'r i Julia Melnar, Hungary; Merl! rendered a vocal solo and anothei weeks. ville.\ We wish her a Oalne"l. to Mr. and Mr. James O

I revival now In progress at' revival will be held at Pine always a welcome and a hand of Hlratanl of HawaU; Miss Muriel I young lady gave a piano selection Mr. and Mrs Mel Vickery antt'htU.tr..n covery. In GUI of Jacksonville. Tract of lane
theSE of 27
cor. 8 Su
A. Baptist Churchof Level' greeting for those worshiping at Okamote from Japan; and Stanley, thereby adding pleasure to the of Gainesville visited Rev and Mra. C. A, Crosby ol see. twp.
the A.lrpark will dale Sunday night Baptist church June 2? the friendly church." Wang of China. In their color j service. relatives hero! Sunday. Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W range 22 E. J;
through July 2, with service each ful costumes they make an outstanding Ovid Thomas Tuesday and Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell
Wording to the pastor, the Rev Mr. Swindall announced the Visitors to the Sunday worship Lewis of Starke 'was dinner
llfo Hemingway. The aervlcerfeaturing night beginning at 7 o'clock with following services for the impression as they witness hour Included Miss Carol Young guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. J Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis of Bradford County to Mr. and 01:

I Evangelist C. a Emery the preaching at 8 o'clock the Rev week: coming for the Saviour who is "no ,of Bronxvllle, N.Y., a weekend Lewis Tuesday Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs I Ira D Odom of Bradford Counl

Berlin are attracting: good W. E.: Hall pastor announced this respector of person." guest, at the home of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. G. W Davis and E J. Lewis Thursday of last week Tract. of land In the SW cor. :
crowS the pastor continued I week. !! classes Sunday for, 10 a.m.; Bible school The choir will be directed by ,J. T. Quigley, and Messrs Corblr children visited Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams of : see 2, twp. 7 S, rang IB E, I
and hear a man of God" ages. Clyde Colson Mrs Luclle Green Mrs. :Mona Can- ,and Gene Carnell!, of Ormond, whc Howard of Stark Sunday evening ,
Dr. Supt. -
"Come I Maylon D. Watklns of Char. ova, organist. I spent several days with their Mr. and Mrs Cecil Davis of -- .. .. '.

h"wor&hip service are held every lotte' N. C., the founder and builderof Sunday, 11 a.m.: Morning wor Sunday evening :to most unusual' grandfather, F. A. Scott, here. Jacksonville visited their parent Sun.lay'Nlch& At 8:00 p.m.

Sunday at 11:00: a.m., and 8OC: the Watklns Tabernacle Baptist ship service. Sermon topic, "The message will be brought by pastor Both morning and evening me. Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and

.with Sunday school beginningat church will deliver the message Seven Unities of God" Lewte D. Haines: "Why ,I Don't ,sages were brought by the sponsor Mr. and Mrs. Lorn Davis last

pm.g:45 am. The mid-week .er. during the revival. Mr. Hall stated Sunday, 7 p.m.: Christian En- Go To Church." Reasons and excuses -| ,of the work speaking on topics ol weekend. "THE PROMISES OF GOD"will
I cleavor. have been accumulated for Mr. and Mrs.S. M, Mott and B
vice !If held every Thursday at Sunday service at Pine Level) special significance to the time
gOO pm. The public Is cordially' Baptist church are Sunday school Sunday, 8 p,m.: Evangelistic years by the pastor, and during'the '' The visit to the Tabernacle ol T. Stewart enjoyed a fishing trip! bat topic of the evening sermon.

Invited to all service I at 10 a.m., preaching services at service Sermon topic, "The Twc past week many have been submitted the Toccoa rail Institute Trio near Ocala Saturday. '
11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Waya'J This sermon will be by members for sermon their pianist and speaker, la being Mr. and Mrs. T, W. Markeyand Rev. Otto flicks Jr., will be the speaker at ,; .

CHURCH OF GOD I presented from the blackboard. composition. The ;Happy Hour!' antlclated with much pleasureThe little John Green! were In both services Sunday in the absence of the

Rev. L. S. William, Pastor8th CATHOLIC CHURCH Wednesday 8 pm.i Mid-week begins at 8:00: p.m. with the piano.I date I I. Tuesday. June 27th Oalnrsvlll shopping Friday after

St. Clair BU. Sunday Mass 9:13: a.m. service featuring a course, "Know organ due leading In the singingof The timer 8 p.m. It Is hoped that noon. Pastor.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 am. Your Bible," by the minister. requested hymn and gospel many will avail themselves of the Mra. Veda Pate and Miss Geneva

Sunday Morning Worship Ham Week Day Mass 8:30 sm The Christian church's vacation choruses privilege of hearing these tine :Stokes were In Stark shopping FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton '
Service 7:30 day' Sunday school meets at 0:45: a,m Saturday.
Evening p m young people.BROOKER Bob
I Sunday Bible school begins 10 and Gray, Pastor
July ,
with department and classes, for Roy Green and children visitedMrs .
T. P- E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Bible Study 1* every Wednesday the
prayer Meeting Thursday T:30p.m: at .7:43 girls mlnlllter.ur&,81 to plan to attend.all boys and every age. Training union gather G. E. McCauley of Palatks Bible! School 10 o'clock B.T.U. at 7:00 p.m. .: t
"/ at 6:49 pm. for discussion: and Sunday. .. I,
worship' Mr. and Mrs T. W. Markey and .

Mid-week service will be held Mrs Mattle Sowell were supper
Wednesday night at 7:30 with the I By lvs Mre Lewta guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelleyof
I Rev. Lewis D. Halnes Pastor'
study of Revelation being lead by Ziff Section Thursday of last ,

at the pastor. I W. M. S. Social Meeting week.E.. T, Miss Lubedls
A cordial Invitation Is extendedto Stewart FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke
W. M. S. social meeting was
all to worship regularly at the rinholnter and Mrs. Rosa Plnholater ,
: First Baptist Church of Starke( held Thomas at the, horn afternoon of Mr*. J. W. were In Gainesville Thursday of Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town "'
Tuesday There
last week.
; '
PHONES Office 234. ''_ Pastorlum 130
'I were nine ladles present. They Rev and Mrs. L. W Lawhorn :
Methodist ChurchThe I"
had a very enjoyable program were In Tallahassee last week. J v
and refreshments of tuna fish 1 Mr. and Mrs Pasco Mott and SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M. ;

t Starke First Methodist Church of salad and cold drinks were served 1 Mrs Fisher and children of Gainesville Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Training Unions 8:45 P.M.,
Invites the
cordially public:
), Everyone I II Invited to atten
visited Mr. and Mrs, S. M
l to attend Its service of worship the W M. S. business meeting ,. Mott Sunday afternoon.Mr. MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY. 7:30 I'. M.

0- next Sunday. ,The church school, which will be held at the Baptist' and Mra. M. II. Gano of -r-*** ***xJ-rf***** *** /

1 begins at 9.45 each Sunday morn I church house Tuesday, June 27th Gainesville and Mrs. R. F. Ganc: 11:00 a.m.: World l\lIsslon'Team In Person
ing with classes for all W
ages. .
at 300: p.m. I '
her H.
visited mother Mrs. C
B. Sewell is the &general superintendent Martin of Hawthorne 8:00: p.m.: Subject: "Why I Don't Go To

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haas of afternoon. Sunday ,. ,. ... Church"h if
Washington. D. C., visited Mr
At the 11 o'clock morning worship : Mrs. M. L. Tilghman and Children
service the Rev. ,Thomas a and Mrs. T. S. Mann Friday. Mrs visited Mrs. 8. M. Mott ant" A Friendly Invitation From A

Mitchell, the newly appointed minister Haas ts remembered- as Miss Ruby Miss Mary Mott Monday.Mr. .
l/ Shaw. Friendly Church Is Extended To All
will the
preach on subject and Mrs. G. W Davis were
"The Hands of G<>d." Sunday eve. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shaw an?
vacationtime1 I In
High Springs and Alachua
Why'use up precious on 1
son Leland of La Cross were
ning,at 8 pm., Mr. Mitchell will business Saturday.
distant speak on' "What Does It Mean Tc : supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. T
wearily en route to ; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chamber
o Be A Christian T" IS. Mann Friday evening. Quest of Jacksonville\ visited her .

: places with far less to offer when The Methodist Youth Fellowship Sunday were Mr. and Mrs D. L Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Hodges parenta
Shaw La Crosse and Mr. and I IMre
meet at'7 p m. each Sunday, with Saturday evening.
we've got* America's greatest concentration Miss Carol( Whit the counselor of of Johnny Hague Outlawand daughters Mrs Harlan Smith and daughter I

the Intermediate fellowship and and Kenneth Frank of Breese
Mr. and Mra. J. A. Parker J FULLY
pleasure facilities Mrs. Nelson Green as the counselor Ill, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. I,.
son Danny visited friends and
of the senior fellowship Follow. Atkinson last week.

right i in our own 'front yard? ing the evening church service relatives weekend.In Brunswick, Alabamalast K. B. Castlen have left for most modern and efficient equip-

I all of the young people are Invited Owensboro, Ky., to make their
Mrs. G. A. Gay and son Austin I ment available to thai profession is
; to the "fellowship hour" in the recreation home
FREE HELP IN PLANNING are visiting Mrs Gays sister, Mrs used by this funeral! home In main..
G building. Mrs. drover Moore and sor,
.. YOUR VACATION Charles Wllkouskl In Lake Worth taining its well known standard of
Mid-week service are held each Buford of Stark visited Mr and
Eloulee, Gerald, and Dianne
B This brand new booklet Wednneday evening from 7:30: tc Mr.. N. C. Mott Sunday Service. IDeWITT
W' Duke of Duke visited relative*
lists hundreds of places' which 8:15: followed by the. choir re Mrs. N. C. Mott and Mrs. J. R
FLORIDA U :L16flT COMW: Mp q1 hearsal. here Sunday afternoon, Mott visited Mrs.. Grover Moore
thousands of visitors spend Mrs. N, O. Stokes visited her
Mr. Mitchell announce: special 1 of Starke Thursday afternoon uf< C. JONES
later, Mrs. H E. Stokes, a patient
Ys: .. Sq millions to *** and enjoy. Pick activities for children and young last week.
in Alachua
County hospital,
people during the summer. There Mr. and Mrs Hershel Lay Phone 7 Starke, Flo
.. up your copy at ,our offic!. Oalne.vl1Sunday.\ .
'.. ,. .. will be a children's hour in the Mrs. Lizzie Green of Lake Butter field of Gainesville and Mr. and
'e 1 educational building each Wednesday visited Mr. 'and Mrs. E. W Mrs Jack..Simmons of Montlocrwere Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
morning from 10 to 11, begin auesr.or tnIpar' nts."MrJ
ning June 28.. for all children be-I and Mrs N. C. Mott last weekend local f o.ral''h.o enables as to offer convenience an

... : {-, \ tween the age of S and 12. There RELIEVES /Yt Yw .et tea Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and services not otherwise avallabl.

""V,' will be stories, games, songs, and ire fire Mrs Mary Green were shopping Ir'
,-- craft. DIAPER RASH T..r.r.with Gainesville Saturday.
"Youth night" will be held each "MoUllns, audit*!** lYCO-BO-ROb Mrs. W. H. Hinton ,of Waldr We furnish the highest type: service at' lowest price*,
Thursday night from 7:30: to 9:3C DM* kf toot bMpiiali all Minor far tkin'IrrtUUwu.> r* n. trowMd AtMnnr and son Bobby visited Mr. ant accept AN I life insurance policy In fore, issued by ANd

beginning June 29. A most cordia'Invitation cis drui IcIm, beak If not pleaMdLYCOBOROL Mrs. Earl Green and Mr. an company., as payment la part or In full oa funeral.

Is extended to all of the Mrs Ernest Edwards Friday. Consultation carries no obligation.

young people.-to join together foi I Mr., and Mr. Paul Faulkner

: an evening of fellowship fun and

hospitality. worship.. Refreshments will be
()r > served


'" The Church of Jesus Christ of
: '
the Latter Day Saints ,(Mormon

t, ti:I"; y J' ( welcome your, ,guests Church holds services each Sun-

: \ < .' '.. day In the USO building Ion North
.(.J'. :' -
;, Temple Avenue as follow:
: : ,:; with ice-cold r.
; 10OO! a.m.i! Sunday School,

..Tj;,' 6:30: p.m.i Sacrament service.
: Coca-Cola ;: ; The public 1* cordially Invited tc:
4"i" Q J" attend all services.PENTECOSTAL -
.1 r

e tasty foods ': a.. : HOLINESS:
St. and Temple, Ave
: ,' Sunday School 9.4S: a. m.: Morn
mg Worship 11 a. m.: IGvangeli-
r tic Service 7:00 p. m. Everyonewelcome :
:. .
t' .k
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Victoria 1 Mmllh.I Plaintiff vs.Willism
: ., B. Umlth, Defendant. Ca..
No. Til*. 1 (
Order Of l-kllratl.. Sad IV.'_ T.
William B. Smith, who. residence
and address !. Tupper Lake New
York I Deer arrest, Tuppu Lake,
N. r.I _
Ton are r'qolr.d to app..? an Drive home the facts.
July t., It", In the .!>.>... namodCourt
ka and CHUM, wherein plaintiff, 4
MeekO dlvorc I and rufltndy of child .
Bradford County :Telegraph .hallpubllnh
: / this Order In n.at lour
weekiy *., .*.
at Wltn.n fltark Florida my hand thia and May'Afrlelat 1A 110 seal and ,you'll drive home in a new Chevrolet ..

n- (OFFICIAL $BAL) A J. Th:.maa; ".
t. Clark of ald Cnart.By ,..
"?. 7 Haven Crosby, Deputy OIerk.I f ,

/ There's nothing like making your own test*-getting your own eyes tell you it's more beautiful./ Inside .

k2rLMaM your own facts-and being your own judge of value and out! And then press the accelerator, glide forth 'lit*' '

before buying any prodiictiThat's and experience a combination of driving and riding

666 ease, performance and economy, and roadability and ,
why we invite you to come to our show safety exclusive to this one low-priced cart 1.11"

/ room, take out a new Chevrolet without any obllga- : ,,,I

C WITH QUININE I WsrM. tion whatever, and Jearn from your own experience Yes, we cordially invite you to drive home th* r
why mare people buy Chevrolet than any other
of Chevrolet
jacu superiority la,your own way and
make of ctUr' at your own pace; for we know when you do this f

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ecrap-h shall Puoli.n IbIs Order Isj ... ;: ;
our main crop gone. we have a( gottenprogressively worse, an Wildlife Officers hard and Rox Mary next four wavkly Issues.' .1 I ....-5S"7...71
; land In the SB Witness, my hand audatStark offUrfal_ :
Starke. ;
second crop In production, and a[ our ,ffort with a anew board and #. Florida, this June li U&o.OmCIAL Mltaiwth ['&
third Is coming; on which will, a couple of nails have been almoi, Will Be Fewer quarter of sec. T. twp. T S rang ( CAC> A. I. Tiomu, 1'1'0.VN.' D565s'd. John.. & :

come In In about two weeka. Alice, futllt. We have visited farm' And Younger 22 E. By Haven Crosby As Clerk Deputy.of said CI.. -.or ...... 1
/k DIARY canned aorrie of It, we are eating here In Bradford County Which'I Mr. and Mrs. Loois K. HOI Atty for Plf. -la 4 co..t'l, John A__.. "' '.\W;
p: rome!' and selling some on the high. have tIne gates (Leon Renfroe'.I Younger wild life officer and Bradford County to Jesse Moor of In Circuit. Co...-I-... ....,... : ,. '; Clarke' ': '?.
( By Sam McGarveyThe way. Peculiar thing about this I place for one) but like-.verythln, fewer of them is tire new policy of of: Bradford County. The W 1-2 rinrldnt In ("h.nccrr.Cere "

corn la that it is about aa worm else they have to be built to last the state and fresh water the SW quarter of the SE quartet : Junes. Plaintiff Case No.vs. 79S8 WlUle You are r, 'ttr.

((1. author will be glad to receive free .aa our main crop although 1 Pop laid that It was unneeeaccry; fish commission game announced in cone of the NE quarter of sec. 28, twp ', Jones Order Of Defendant.Pnkllcntlon And Nwtlv* To I ::rrt'nlr.c.u.: t L t'10".
-- Item of Interest concernIng ..... MTATH OP FLORiDA 'I'.. Ccii,. .
22 E. .
the dustings occured when it wax to build tJlem.o; heavy, so we built nection with a new year operating 9 S, range WIlLie P. .Jones whose residence and maiden dlvor ,.

the) activities of former In 'quite young.S I one of Just a few iltrlpe..ot lumber budget of 11,210.578 Pay raise address Is til Court Street West.Clnclnitalf nam RrM'"I'tI" .
Bradford County. Suggestion may S e AHVISORV COMMITTEE: :: Ohio: .n.xt UfS I>lIhlt.h
ana fence wire, and of course It I month ." 1
, to minimum of $200 'II h
a per ) .
You are requrlred to appear on I. ..
be left at the office or .
Telegraph The weather ha. turned was too flimsy.We .M.\NKS THE PUBIIC n'l
really above
voted with top salary of July S4. 1950 In the named al "tIht ,
were a
; !. mailed to Stun McGarvey Lawte)'. have. The Commitee of the Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Starke llor:;. e.>4
1 hot and sultry. We have had several ever since we've been $235. Present range la S150 a Advisory seeks. divorce. Bradford County T..I1"lIr"ph (OFFH'ULL' '.J.:
I Florida. showers in the last few days here been thinking of building month to f 175. RJE High School wishes to thank shall publjsh this Order in fty Ar "rk ,4./
Hav..n "'
,I ... which were doubly welcome Ito gates -of scrap aluminum tubing the citizens of Bradford. Clay. Du- next. four weekly. Issues.Witness T. P'runk J I'r, ''' IIPOI.

Cut up the 2 1.4 acre bean patcl I nroperly net up does not take sl comfort and for our crop.) but for shaped to regular size, covered. The Commlslon provided wlldlifofficers for val and Alachua Counties whc i Htarke,.Florida my hand, this and June official 82. I960.seal Ally. ror Pit.alldrlll11 Htor

1 i_ preparatory to planting early hairy lot of time. In fact, we are seriously the most part we have had little with fence wire, and hung on good I automatic of 65 retirement: for the discharge of of helped the Committee to raise $1 I.(OFFICIAL As tlEA..1 Cleik of A.said J. Thomas Court.. ('rr...... {....,.,. f.tr.

:indigo. In a matter of about tw( thinking of Increasing our rain. Indeed we have heard of substantial hinges. Such a gate 008 to seat the first unit of our new Bv Haven. Crosby Deputy Clerk. Finri,151' I. t hnn..Iintt..... ,'

J :, hour* cut the old bed down the flock as poultry experts suggesta I sections of the County where lack we believe, would be strong, and 33 officers and for an age range! school Ally for Plf ___ -23 4t T-U VN.Wilma Yu.r.Miller. A lid....,.

I middle killing a lot of grass, rug minimum of 300 hens to obtaina of rain has held back or ruined yet: light but we haven't yet built of 23 to 45 for new employees We- with to thank the churcheS r, Clrrwlt CoBTf BrtrdforaT C. Bty.Klorldni Case No. 7952 AlItlrea... L-

weed, dog fennel. etc. Will let good return. crops. one. But heavy or light, we've and schools of Bradford Count .. dunrrvrr.Phlllls ; Order Appear.. of P""NfI.N ..,

! :-this patcb stand for a while/, thei C S C I S S got to build some soon, or bur' stock Negro Uninjured who gave so generously toward the Aaron Aaron ofendant.Plaintiff Case vs.No.Vernon 79ft4..-Tu..r C' Andrrs'I'\TN.. .or

! P.doublecut It and prepare a. seectied Put Mra. Arbuckle's offspringthe Cut up some land for a man will be out on the highway, and I As Car Overturns .cause. Order Of. Publication OP And KI.OHIUV!N.tlc Toi TnAnpenr. and Madison address, i I. I l$04"ho.11"1. ,

:' for the Indigo. Will sow with Seven Dwarfs-In the sweet Penner who lives In Lawtey this after ,July lit that will mean trou I The money was, turned over tf Vernon Aaron STATIC, whose resfdenoand You are W""Onoln required:

i -A Cyclone' Seeder and cover lightly corn field. Weighed them and week. Job was tough particularly ble. I Sandy Mitchell, colored escaped our County Superintendent whc address Is unknownr Court.tuly U.and 19511. In tho t..""I.

I( ,. 'by dragging a sapling or acme;. found that they ran around 24 a small triangular patch which C 5 5 "without a scratch" when hit ordered our seats :And they have July You are requirea In the;to above appear namedCourt on seeks divorce CRuse. "'b.rwI..

: thing of that aort. When that li'dune lb. each with the exception of.s requIred some intricate maneuver Another war on rats! We think car turned over on Cherry Stree' already been placed tn the differ'ent : l4P&.u'; .:., wherein plaintiff:: maiden. name. nrslf.M.,,' ...
Telesraph /iraph
i we will give a ilgh of relief thin gilt which weighed only 17 ing.* A rectangular patch or field we're making headway on the pesky last Friday morning coming tc rooms of the unit. seeks divorce.I shall publish Bradford this County Order In- next four shall weekly Pllhll.h 1"tt,. \

1 for It will mean that a part of outland lb. Think that while hogging off can: be systematically cut In"lands things, but before we know 1 1they're It rest on Its top. Joseph Morris next four weekly Issues.Witness Witness my hand ..4" ,0Ir
will be during the ," of but what can all Chairman of Committee my ha.d and: otrrrfal..at .t St.rke. Flnrtln thl'J...
; protected with course over again. One trouble -
I tre: corn (along a protein sup It that Mitchell lost at Stnrk, Florida this June 20, I960. (OFFICIAL.H\LI)
Idle period. Have two or three of domestic meat scraps you do In a triangular patch T We i Is that they get Into the top of reported (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas.A : A. Clerk 4.1
plement of control of the car causing it tc !. ('.....u C..rt. In ._ for Bradford Clerk of said Court. By Haven Crosby. 0t5
, other fields which we will alsc were able to do It only because our feed shed, and there Is D'nbt
no. ,
mineral both In way ..
and hog a the curb and subse- County. F'o.''' In Cknnrvrr Bv Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Carlos E. Harp",'. 300
I'',: plant the same way. Interesting feeder) they will gain about 4C the lift mechanism on the tractor of getting them out. WeJU we'll run tip on Inah.ll Wtlchlm, Plaintiff. VM. Bradford H O. Brown Btarke. Florida i Avenue. '',,In..I\I,W r

j to note that this work was done lb. each In the next thirty days which admittedly takes time. Also keep on poisoning with Antu and of quently to straddle the This guy caused wires orranri Ptantlr n.
, when It was so hot that it wa an We will check on this to see what practically "mowed" some old try to keep aU feed out of reach a telephone pole. of the State of Florl<1... Defendant r - -.- -
j the car to overturn about In fron 101.",. *f SrMM-tet Mmmtfv'm *.,.
too which
.effort to move but not hot jc Also our big strawberry beds were over I
put Porky that under
happens. Bradford Co Notice lsier.by rfveit
work on the tractor. sow and her daughter HenriettaIn grown'with high grass. The due\ : [ Library Program of the Engineering. and by virtu. of a Final Decree
j blades cut the but made and entered on the Slut day Jeweler's
the field. They have both been grass of Jun., A. D., 1960 by the Honor- Win(
Reversed the gangs of the bush bred, and we hope'that they will It Is necessary to go over the bedsa To Begin July 8th Boys .State Delegates ..hle, A. Z. AdkInn. Judge of the
suid-bog harrow and bedded part number of times. Circuit Court, In and for FVadfordCounty.
up not get too fat, as we understandthat Now In Tallahassee In Chancery, In favor of
of th. kitchen garden. Plantedone CC The summer program at the and
I. undesirable. Incidentally Ina.bell WIFnem. an plaintiff s-
: feet of Undergreerv. BHS library will get under way .Inet Bradford P.U.... (no.. a corporation
row ((230 long) we don't know how much our hogs Read that Inbreeding of hogs W. O. Collins, Jr., and Curtis oraanlsd. and exlattne under July 1 1st

beans, three rows:of 'ford- will gain In the corn field but produces among other things, a July 8, according to a remlndei Edwards are "Bradford' County'rtwo the laws of tn. State of Florida, .
book, and three row of Zoana' preponderance of male We have this week by Mia Audrey New.[ a. defendants. the undersigned a*
of out there Stati .
there are a mess cows representatives at Boys Special Master In Chancery will offer ,
sweet corn. Know that we are who are living fine. noticed that our white Holland man librarian. 'I which Is In progress at Tallahassee for pale and sell to th. highest
going to have a battle with the; C S S "biddies" which we raised and Story hours from 10 a.m. bidder for cash before the South
bugs and weeds but figure that It which of course, closely related 12 noon will be held on Mondays I Front Door of the Courthouae at will Show that he
Porky by the way. suffered a are each by the Florida Btarlce, Bradford County Florida lie the;proof it i an
I Wednesdays, and Friday. for Sponsored year between legal hnum of sale on
will be worth while If we ean produce which also are nostly cockerals ages th4
nasty cut under her left eye American Legion. Boys StateIs Monday July Ird. 150. all of the AUTHORIZED !
to 9 and DIS-
reasonable Alec on Tuesdays, Thurs.
a amount. caused a bad swelling, and of ten out of fifteen, In fact. We equity Hirht' title and Interest of
ping to plant mustard okra screw-worms got Into It bred a white Holland rooster to 5 days and Fridays' for ages 10 'tf designed to give young men s the said defendants, In and to the TRIBUTOR. .
course of described situate
comprehensive understanding following property
w'eet potatoes, squash etc., this bunch of barred rocks, reds, etc. 14.
As soon as .we noticed it, we doctored and beingIn BradfordCounty !
/year trying to keep our garden* In It with Smearex, and It seems and In the resultant hatch mostof In addition to the story houn their county city and state governments : .n"'I I .., to-wlt: All tar'Mk -.
While In Tallahassee .. and ennlpnvnt of Bradford
production.. a. last year the weeds to be clearing up all right. But the offspring were pullets. Wonder the summer program at the library elect their of. I Pi......., In*, Ivratrd In ""."..
took over and we had practically If this la one of Mother Na.ture' will Include games, handicraft,'recordings the boys governing "1.1'1... Only AUTHORIZED DEALERS will
that Is a particularly dangerous
nothing from It. films, and film strips.. flclals pass laws). and administerjustice ,A. J. Thomas, Jr.,
for an Infection, and we safeguards? a* Special Master In Chancery.John .
IC. place to have ,to watch It S SC All children are cordially; Invited just as If they wer* real J. Henderson. JaclcManvllle.Florida part in this new BULOVA display!
are going
holders. .
Alice supplies the following facts totake advantage of this summer office Attorney for Plaintiff.
; carefully. We think It Is advisable After'struggling unsuccessfullywith 8-n it '-
from her small chicken venture:' weeds around our program. The local Legion post and (he See Our Selection of Beautiful Rings Di
to "call the hogs dally, even growing .
up" c.-B.;: '....
Starke Rotary Club are sharing exnrnses I. flmlf .'... ( ,.
In the first five monti.s thisyear
of If we do not have to feed them, ac yard, we finally went out and rl......, In Cnanevry.Jamea : Seta-Special for June Brides
; 46 white Holland pullets of the two delegates at .. .
our that we can look them over. bought a "lazy Dan. we believeIt Delegates AttendHomemakers R. Tyler. Plaintiff, v Virginia
have laid total of Tallahassee. R. Tyler, Defendant. Case No.
a 4,620 .
S S S, Is called. Using about the same 7 5i.

,. .average of 100 plus; our :sp mi.: Big Red,' our new. boar (Top. motion that I I. applied In golf, one Meet Order Of Pnkllt-allon And Nnllv* TeApswnr. >
ellaneous "yard" hen hav"lald.a cuts swath of .weed In one Recent Deeds MTATR OK FL.OHIIIA T Gem JewelrvED
Cherry' King) has settled down a good Barbara Simmons and Barnes- Virginia R. Tyler whoee residence
total of 1859 eggs-an average of .".>d seems to be much at home stroke, and cuts again In a back- and addreea__ :Route llr Box 14
112. Cost of production. Including electric stroke. who desire tine Mobley were delegates from I I Recent deeds recorded in the Richmond Virginia "
shocks from the Any golfer
After 'few
the Stsrke Chapter to the Florida 'I You are required to appear on SIMPSON
laying mash scratch grit, oyster fence, he la staying within his practice on their swing, and courthouse were: July 34. 1(50 In the above named

ahell medication Is about 2Sc per boundaries. Among his other good lack the place' to practice may|I Future Homemakers Conference LeadershipTralnlnl' at I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. demons of l seeks Court divorce.and cause Bradford. wherein County plaintiff Tel-
"<)ozen; average selling price for points (size, color conformation swing our lasy Dan In our orchard, Lake Butler to Mr., and Mrs. A. .raph. shall publlnh this Order. In Seaboard Railway Watch Iprrtoring

'the period la 42.8c per dozen. Total etc.) he Is docile and we hope )lie to their heart' delight.. But serlously. -|I O'leno.While June at the 1218.Conference the C. Davla of Raiford. The NW next four my weekly hand leeuea.Wltnena and official. neat

production, 540 doten; sol 461 dozen' members participated in a program I I OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thorn,
used )
; 79 dozen Net (
handle used here In the south :5 S 21 E.
month. It la a whole lot easier to extensively of workrecreation, crafts, 36 twp. range A. Clerk of laid Court.
profit for the first five Is gentle quiet hogs than the kind but to our knowledge unknown up Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffls of 'a.laJ.'lt Crosby Deputy Clerk.'
947.42 (to which must be added and ramp life ., 1104-05 Guaranty Life
north. Starke to Mr. and Mrs. W. 0 I
that seem to think they are part Ilulldlnir. Jacksonville, Florida,
This conference is held each
the value of
the eggs we used) hog part wildcat. Bred Big Red S e eWe Collins 'of Starke. The NE cor Atty. for Pit 8-23 H 7-14

This la not'by any meant a hand. to two flows this week--one belonging got quite a kick out of show year front and more Is than attended 200 chapters by leaders located of the WH of the NE quarter of .. <",..... Ceur$,_Bradford_ County,

come profit however w. do have to our neighbor, Harold ing Pride to folks, and In many the SE quarter of the NE quartet Flerlilni In n..."..,..
abundance of fresh eggs an Eunice the a cases we of sec. 29, twp. S, range Ruth S. Benson Defendant. Case
chiCkens: to .eat, and poultry once Faulkner who lives In the western him. Apparently It has startedall : Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Griffls of No. 7949. .

of Braford County. Incident over Again with. Comfort, for Nollamn Elected Starke to Leonard Daniels 'of Order Of PubIh'stloa And Notice. TnAp
; part ...... snArE OF K 1.0 HI DA T..
ally. Mr. Faulkner told us that we were asked what we would take Steward ChairmanW. Starke. The NE cor., of the E% Ruth S. Benson whose residenceand

W.C.T.U.UPON his sow was a. bad as our Lilly for her. To our answer. that she of the NVi of the SB quarter of attnrlllo addrens, Maryland l is 8tOS 89th Place Hy-

when It came to eating chickens was not for sale, the man replied: H. Nollman was elected chairman I! the NE quarter .of sec. 29, twp. You are required to appear! on
but her of the habit "Every animal Is for sale-at a, f July. U. I960 In the above named _
UPON MILLIONS I he cured of the Board of Stewards oi 6 S, range 22 E. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
OF DOLLARS ARE SPENT EVERY Next time we see him we'll get th price." Perhaps that I.* true. but the First Methodist Church ,oi. Melvin O. Griffls cf Starke tc seeks divorce. Bradford County Tel-

Y-E-AR TO PROMOTE story on how he did It. We cured I our plan. for Comfort Include raising \ Starke at the annual election o{ of.fleers .I N. Alva Ensey of the Common.[ ksraph.next four shall weekly publish issues this Order In

DRINKING CUSTOMS. Lily of eating our chickens by her to .18 months and then held Monday evening. June'1 wealth of Va., to' Lot Ensey of Witness my hand and official seal.
selling )her- a quick ,and simple having her bred to a black angus I R. I. Blockr at Starke, Florida. this June 37. I960.
WIIAT ARE:\ YOU GIVING TO I 19. In the church educational build. Newport County (OFFICIAL SBAL. A. J. Thomas.
.AID IN TRAINING YOUNG I' cure. and raise'a milk-fed calf. In other Ing. I II I S3, 39, 46, 47 and 48 of J, M As Clerk of said Court. ADDS

.FOLKS NOT TO DRINK T T t CSS words she I I. the start of a small i Judge E. K. perrym'an presided Johns addition to the town of! By Atty.Haven for Plf.Crosby Deputy-8j Clerk.U 7-14 YEARS

._- (FLORIDA GOOD NEWS), We're very glad trust we planted''I I herd which owe hope to have some- over the meeting In the absenceof 1 f Starke In sec. 28 twp. 6 S, range. I In sweet corn in succession, for with' day I I II Bradford Conalr,
I 'I i the retiring chairman C. H ,,22 E. Plorldni I. {'III..r.J SERVIC
S Other officers elect I ''Ella Parker of Bradford County Baxter M. Shields, Plaintiff' ve. Vlr-

I We have been letting Comfort ed Naaworthy.to serve during the conference I to Ella Mae Tucker of Starke.J F.lnla-.S. "79DO.! Shields, Defendant. CasePIO.

nurse her mammy (Joy) before of 19l5O- l are a. follows:,I I The EH ,of Jot. and. the S 25 ft Order Of Publication And Kfotlro' T.
year ...
we milked with the idea that we the of lot 3 of block 1 inLivingston App. STATE OF FLORIDA T..
of KV, ,
vice chairman. L. D. Vining: secretary I Virginia C Shields) whose residence \ MINt4JRAND
wanted to get rich milk for cream, 0: W. White; and treasurer Truby and Company I and address' ? Route ', ""I1"" Shock WVCA
butter. Well we got less and l ss sub division in the NE quarter VIlle Virginia ) $ Cull
C. E. Hernwall.'Cattleman' .
Where Your Physician'sWishes mUk, until the other day when we 1 of the NE quarter of sec. 28, twp. ,j..r.utrrurg.; to above appear' nam.d on
I revolted because Court and cauee, wherein' pUlntlff
we got a Editor 6 S...range 22 E.' seeks divorce. Bradford County Tel. ADDING MACHINES
pint of milk. We now are milking ,I II Mayhie I. Toomey of Bradford ecraph shall publish this Order In S. IlIIootl'
before near four, weekly issue, / 3 1irAiu'w New TOPflight givii
Comfort and leaving two"faucets"
Law to Albert and Walter
Believes<< New County Witness my hand and official seal ., .IIEr1ifv.r operation-sod yel"*
Realities for her and we are again I Flelschman of Starke. Tract of (ts':rke. rI8"I1.ai.: .June IT. II JO. t; ,.' .quieter .impi 10
Become ; ri I I fan
To Be Enforced I ( ; service. PLUS
getting about a gallon a milk.ing. land In the oNE cor. of the NW .As Clerk of A.said J. Thomas Court.; ..,... : : 'keYboard..handy muldplylubo

It doean ( seem possible' that of the SW of By Haven Crosby .
fst of quarter quarter sec D.puty Clerk. ,6 sad total keys.. "
deadline th.tat."fencing
the corrrctloo
I f July Joseph K.
calf Ml Oraham
the wa getting all that milk 3 7 S. 22 E. HAMJ
twp. range TfiilldlnaJacksonville I MORE-SEB
off ,
bill to keep cattle Florida price
or she suffered no 111 effects and : 'Mr. and Mrs- Joe Peters of Atty. for Plf. 413 714I
4t ft*
she has been like weed. the highway Is only a few dayS. _--- VttCEQ MITinffJ.UJT J' TOTALS TI
growing a away. It Is pointed- out In the editorial I Alaohua County to Mr. and Mrs tlrc.lt <<:..... B...,... Con.tr.
Anyhow 'we don't mind sharing James C. Richardson of Alachus Florid.i. In Ck.nccrr.
columns of the Florida Cattleman Fred NasRif.. ? ;
the milk with Comfort, but .we dc County. Lot 6 of unit 2, of Indian Plaintiff vs. fhtdle AN.R.d
official letenlant. ,
of the Flor. Case No 7m
need some for ourselves too. ida State Cattleman'organ Association Beach In Bradford County.;. 0.. ............ And eeir.- T.

S E.: J,. Walnwright of Starke U JUST"M' ..' :.?.F FLORIO" Tu.
s" whose
HWe believe the State of, residence
Maintenance of fences and gates Mr. and Mrs. J. R.. Walnwright of and address I. 10 Ansbury Street
U an age-old problem for the farmer Florida through the Highway Patrol. .: Lawrence Massachusetts '
Starke.. Lots 4, 5 and 6 of block You .
and for us In particular right and the counties of Florida E of Jones. addition to Starke and? Jul"!! /. 1950 required In the to above appear named on Bradford County Telegraph

now. Every gate on our place has through their Sheriffs, are goingto lots 1. 2, 3 and 4 of block 1 of .HiTr.-V1: cause.. wherein plaintiff
enforce this law strictly," states Bradford County Tel.
Highway addition to Starke. .
Editor Bob Cody. a
Elizabeth De Sue of Starke U

"We believe that they should In Mr. and Mrs. S. W Welch ol "

eB'STARKE the Interests of the traveling pub- Starke. Tract of land In the SW

lie and of the cattlemen as welt' cor. of the SW quarter of the SW OWNEDCTARLINGC: STAl

FL':'. We hope all Florida livestock own. quarter of sec. 18. twp. 6 8, rang

I i1 ] ers will have their fencing complet. : 22 E.Mr...
ri i Nf'A7 FLORID
44 ed, or their land adjacent to atatf and Mra. F. :L. Durshimer of ,
FrI., Sat., June U. 14 : Crocery&Market"SPEcIALS #
and federal highways vacated before Bradford County to Mr. and Mrs .

DOUBLE FEATURE July 1,' Cody continued.ADDRESSES ,I Vassle Howard of Bradford Coun.

I ty. Lots'5 and 7 of block 34 of J FOR 1939WE :
Hidden ,Danger M. Johns addition to Starke lrsec.

I OF INTEREST 28, twp. 6 S, range 22 E. RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call &: Cherry StrStarling's

Johnny: Mack Brown Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T. JOhN -
of Hampton to Mr. and Mr. C. L
Ami .".. _The following new, renewal. and
l May of Hampton. Tract of land

change the Telegraph of addresses will be of received interest by tc the NW cor. of the NE quarter 0 r Wee

: Wires your phyuoian: decdeai. certain drugs will Hold That Baby readers" : S.'range the'NE quarter 22 E. of see. 30, twp. '1 Feature The

J. R. Carrot. 3299 N.W. 67th St.
help you b. writes a proscription but It .Uke.- Leo Oorcejr. Bowery Boys Miami. Fla. Mr and Mrs.' :L. :L. Parker 01 i .

Una Cartoon Serial W. A. McCall TOSN. Barrackr Bradford County to Mrs. Opbellr Local Dressed -' )
th.skiII'.ad bowled oi an exlucatcd,azperlcnosxl / 12 Naval Qr. K, Columbia Piker Moore of Starke. AH of block 2? and-Drawn
translate! doctor's dcainM ;1MG Sun, Mo.. Tu.WI. 15-17 Arlington. Va. of Ward City, now known a< -t.;
pharmacist to ) your
Brooker. 8
twp. ,
M... 11:. K Balslger, 707 Second range

health.living.diM...>fithtjni mcdxila. Th rff. BAGDAD St.. 3.W.. Cedar.Rapids. Iowa. 20 E.MI'.
and Mra. Clark
Hays of Lebanon
MUM Clarice Thomas
die bt In uti al Mnrio chang Va., to Mr. and Mrs. Johr .
for, you want. pharmac In Technicolor with front Jacksonville\ to 1306 W.. Un 4."Once

Hau...... O'Bara ion St.. Gainesville, Fla.: H. Price; cf Macclenny. Tract W
,-end that !i. what ws are prepared to W. W.: land in the NW quarter of the SF .
change from '
... Plus Rosa Morgan Short Gainesville to 5201 Georgia Road quarter of "0. 33, twp. 8 S, rang-
New ft Cartoon 22 E.

I Wed.. Thurrn. June 25. 20DOUBLE Birmingham OUn Graves,Ala.Route 1, Box 295-E, ty Eva to William Blackburn Blackburn of Bradford of Starke Coon
Daytona Fla.
: : FEATUREJohnny SE: quarter of the SE
quarter sodthe FRYL
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Sgt. Doyle Crews
6 S. 21 E.
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