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: July 21, 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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Official County Publication Established In IS79'o'

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|blic Hearing Set For July 28 .American Legion Junior Baseball District Tournament Commssioners Plan Budget Increase *

i $J6C2.967 School Board Budget Will Open In Starke Next Thursdays But Hope Tax Levy To Remain SameThe

I The Bradford County Board 6f Public Instruction will I RIKEs BALLS i? M OUTS Board of

i public hearing Friday, July 28, at 10 A.M. on its pro- 1.1 f County Commissioners met here Mondayand
a budget for the 1950-51. 10 estimated its operating expenses for the new fiscal year
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S60",967.00 year jl ljj2 at $220,735.00-s'Ome'
$20,000 higher than. last due
In spite of the fact that state support of the public school' ? 2- i --l J-Z mZt...** largely to anticipated increases in expenditure in the Road
Bern has been trimmed because of a shortage of funds inS & Bridge Fund.In .

aha 8ee, the local BOard .i is, compelled by law to budgethe : -1SITO, : fl spite of the increase in the budget. several Commissioners .-
of a full appropriation-whether the is
basis money I voiced the opinion that it would not be necessary to
coming or not. 'm increase the county's tax levy due to
the first three months of the fiscal year-July, August, / s r i 4---i". w an $10,000
During from the
new "seventh cent" gasoline tax.
I Septemberthe' Board will get only 71 percent of its promised Expenditures budgeted for the year Just closed June 30 totaled
pdatfon. and after that It U believed that the cut will be trlm- itOME i'T I -I Iw $$199.742.
Unless these cuts later ..
are restored
J to 10 percent. by some Most of the current Increase Is account for In the' Road k
Ira legislative action, they would cause a shortage of some f 33,000 Bridge Fund. Last year these expenditures were budgeted at $38- .

llwol funds for Bradford' County. ,_ 175 56, while the current budget nets forth $$73,000.00 In this division
The countywide .chool levy: as proposed In the new budget, reoPd The purchase of new road equipment and Increases In the costs of

I a( 19 mills, the .same as last year; The Interest and sinking timber and other materials for bridges and Culverts accounted for
j levy !in Dist:3 Is one mill and in Dist. 18 la 4 mills I and S levies ; the enlarged, figure. .

lit.6 and Dist. 12 were dropped because bonds were paid off ilur- A comparison between last year's "permanent" budget, and the !

[the year. new tentative budget Is as follows: d I

[Following Is the notice.,calling the public hearing, and the es 1948-80 1950-51
pied school budget for the new year: : __ Genera' Fund 46,580.10 48,37S.00:
RESOLUTIONsuant _______ Fine &: Forfeiture 17.B77.7l 20.76000

[ to the provisions', Section' 237.12, Florida Statutes 1941, 'Agricultural 5.808.78 6,200.00
ended by Section 8 of Chapter 22839, Laws of Florida. Acts of 11.0a.l8t Bridge 38.11:1.1\8:: 73,00000New

notice Is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by the Jail Building 65.029.21! : 63.60OOO i

ity Board of Public Instruction of Bradford County, Florida, on 1 k t'K \ Service Officer 1,837.03 1,800.00
Hospital Fund 4,18007 11.000.00f
Uy. July 28, 1950, at the hour of 10:00: a.m., In the County BoardIng ,

room of the county courthouse at Starke, Florida for the I f 199,749 220,735

iiaie of discussing with the citizens of the County the proposed The minutes of Monday's meeting at which the tentative budget

xil I budget of said county for the fiscal year beginning July 1, : Was adopted, are as follows:

) and ending June 30, 1951, which budget Is summarized as fol- e The Hoard was railed to order by the chairman and Ed Carsweil,

s: i 4_ representing "Florida Highways," official publication of the State
['DGET FOR THE SUPPORT &: MAINTENANCE OF SCIIOOLS '" !Road Department and of the Florida Association. County Commissioners

Anticipated Receipt. ; ., met the Board and solicited an advertisement for the county: .
PERIL SOURCES: V. _II lie stated' that the rate In the publication Is }15B/ per page

1101 Vocatlopal Funds 1,000.00 Commissioner Crawford moved that the Board take a two-pace

1103 School Lunch Funds 15000.00 advertisement. The motion was lost for luck of a second. Commissioner

1104 -.Other Federal Vet's Education 21,600.00 I Prevail moved that a one-page advertisement be taken.
POST 56 JUNIORS: Johnny Arnett, Byron Newcomb, Clyde
37,600.00 Commissioners Crawford and Prevatt voted aye, and Commissioners I
ATE SOURCES: '. Post 56 Nine Mallard, Harold Davis, Jimmy Rowe, Ronald Andrews, John Tickets On Sale Wilson and Chastaln voted nay.
Richard, Jack Hazen, Delano Thomas, Bob Roberta, Bert The Hoard Board
1201 State'Foundation Program Fund: adjorned as a of CountCommissioners for the
Newcomb Billy Dansby Joe Rivers Arthur Winkler Quen-
purpose of organizing .. a Board of No
1201a Instructional Salaries 236,396 Kquallxer one appeared to
]201b-Transportation 24,625.00 Has 10 Wins tin Bloodsworth, Billy Weldon, Benny McRae, Lemuel Williams For Series HereThe bot heard at this time and the values as fixed on the Tax Assessor'sroll

12010 Other Current Expense 31269.00 Sidney Jackson, Aarley McRae. were duly accepted.The .

1201d Capital Outlay &: Debt Service 41693.00 Board" of Commissioners then reconvened and authorized'

1203 State Free Textbooks 5.334.00JlMV The Starke Junior American Methodist Pastor Two FFA Member Baseball Junior Tournament American for the Legion Lglon's ... a meeting'to be held August 7 at 10 a.m. for the purpose of hearing
Baseball Team won It'a
359,817 Legion I complaints front property owners as to the Values as fixed by the
Is Plan To Attend Fourth District will get
tenth) game of the season (out of Rotary Speaker ; Assessor and the Board.
accepted by
t: SOl'KCKSl: 12 played) Thursday afternoon underway with a bang Thursday
1301 Taxes1 Assessed games, July 13, when It trouncedthe Rev. T. O Mitchell pastor of Forestry CampMeed night July 27, at 7:00: o'clock at R A. Oreen and L. F. Plnklns requested the Commissioners to

130la-County General School Fund 33,064.00 Gainesville Junior Legion Team the Starke Methodist Church, was\ C. Lewis and. John R. Bradford High Park when District exercise every'economy possible In the formation the 1950-01 budget -

1301b-Dist. No. Current Fund 2",798.00 6-1 at the local ball park. guest speaker at the Rotary. Club], Davis of the Bradford Chapter, Commander Slgsbee Princeof They stressed. the fact that taxes) on non exempt rental proper
1301C Co. Bldg &: Bus Reserve Fund 8,266.001301dDlstWdg Billy Dansby pitched the entire Wednesday, relating some ijf? his Gainesville throws In the first ties are In many Instances equal to from 23: to 33 percent of.the gross
experiences as a Navy Chaplain Future Farmers of America, will baseball to Mayor J, R. Wain- rental receipts and, that such a tax burden, It continued\ would dls-
A Bus Reserve Fun 12,399.00 for the local club turningin .
: game In World War III. He aladt, discussed attend the second week of the .wrlght.JfoTPpeting. courage Investments of that nature.
1306 Commission Funds excellent performance while .
/lacing 37,1100.00 an .
1307 -... intesest! .':: -. ,., C Cary pitched for GalnesvJH! 'On some of his flrskxlj l 17met\t j>iMjdons (( 16th Annual ,Forestiy....Trelnlna, In the DUtricJ Tour They were assured' that very effort, would be made to,cut every
;, 1M.00.-y and
4 of Starke eom > > "
: 18,76200 the Starke Team Thomas got three ] Camp to be held at Camp O'Leno nament will be Junior Legioif expenses possible and both Mr Green aD'd Mr. Plnklns were requestedto "
erf"some has
of the things ha
hits, Bloodsworth hit a double and State Park beginning Sunday Baseball teams from Drain, convey the same message to the other taxing bodies la the county.
found here Including the AmericanLegion .
The tournament
I and Btarke.
tal anticipated receipts from all sources 613,897 Arnette, Rowe Richard and Rob- Junior Baseball program. August 6. Gainesville will be a double-elimination The Board then took up the matter of making an estimate of'

LLAM'ES AT BEGINNING OV YEAR: erts got a hit each. Gainesville W. H. Graham president of the, At this camp the FFA boys content meaning that before a necessary expenses of the county for the fiscal year, October 1, 1950to
1701 Cash balances all funds 64.58800 made four hits, Evans gettingtwo club reported on the alms and will be given practical forestry team eliminated must be. beat September SO, 1991, and having considered the receipts estimatedby

1702 Investments 24,50000 and Possan and Rowell get- objects for the new year, and Instructions and will participateIn en In two games. The public Is the Clerk, and having given full consideration to the needs and

89,088.00 ting one each. Junius Smith gave' a report'or I a recreational program. The therefore assured of double-header necessities. of the County and the requirements for the fiscal year, rave

>TAL AVAILABLE CASH AND ANTICIPATED I Last Monday afternoon the the District Assembly Murianna. camp Is financed by the pulp- games for Thursday and Friday d<:determined and do hereby daclare the following to be the estimated
CURRENT 602,967.00 Starke Team took the first gameof The program was In charge ofT mills. lumber mills, and turpen- nights and a single (If not a doubleheader expenses and all special and extraordinary expenses, contemplatedfor I
RECEIPTS I a* double-header from Green H. Slade.Tennis tine operators! of the state ) on Saturday night. Local the year from ad valorum taxation and estimated receipts front'
Proponed Expenditures' for the
Cove Springs. Pitching
fans are predicting that the Starke other sources which will be available, '
General Control 15980.00 I Starke nine was Bert Newcomband of -
Tourney Club under the leadership TENTATIVE': : MUIM1KT': 11)90-11131: )
Intsruction 303.934 catching was Johnny Arnette. Bradford BOYS Coach Herb Thomas will walk 4'
Operation of Plant 18,400.00 Scoring for Starke were Hazen ., Pairings Made I away with the District Champion <.WNERAL: FUND C

Maintenance 20000.00 twice Bloodsworth, twice, Arnette I ship In thin their second' of County Commlnsloners' ______________________$ 3000.00
Auxiliary Agencies 116,100.00 and Richard. Pitching for Green Pairings for the city tennis Tour Take 4-H HonorsTwentythree exlctenre.Tickets. Salary Clerk Circuit Court _______________-__._____ _. 1,800.00

Fixed Charges 12,400.00 Cove was Jerry Fountain. nament, which will Include men'ssingles went In sale early this Supervisor of Registration -------..<--_*.----..----_. 60000
only were as
Other Schools (Vet's Education) 21600.00 The Green Cove club held a follows by athletic: director James week at Koch's Drug Store and Attorney for County Commissioner -_---?_..___?.,__ 2900
Capital Outlay" 117,254.00 five run lead until the fourth Inning Hobbs: 4-H Club boys returned at 'Alvarez Store These Tournament Commission & Fees County Assessor Taxes ._?._? 4,000.00

Debt Service, 19410.00 when Starke narrowed the' July 20: Hugh Ingram vs Cliff i Saturday, July 13. after tickets (giving/ admission Commission & Fees County Tax Collector ,___...___-.__.. 400000( )
lead to two. One run In the fifth: week at Camp Cherry to both the, District and the Area
TOTA PROPOSED 525,078.00: Curry. July 21: Buddy Bishop vs spending a Main. & Repairs Co. Court House (Repaint inside l A out).. 2.0/)0.00
fSER\ES EXPENDITURES Inning and three in the sixth put Maurice Williams. Winners to Lake near Madison, under the Tournaments sell for $2 each and' Janitor ----------------__.-..______ I.--..*._______ 1,500.00

Reserve Starke In the lead and the game playoff August 4. supervision of County Agent T. will entitle the holders] to at least Lights, Fuel and Water ____..__..________.....______ 1.50000
for Contingencies 14,000.00 endt'd8 for the Post 56 team. Jr. All a, ten ball If not more whichfllrur..s I
11: McClane
Cash balance .July 22: Billy Colson vs Comer reported games of Insurance _. -_-- ___ ._ __________.___...-_,..-_____-.- 2,1100.00
out 20c
to be carried over 114.389.00 time an wfllas to a price per
Investments The second game went to Green Perrvman. July 24: L. M. Gaines thoroughly enjoyable classes In! game. The derived from incidentals ---________. ________________________..___ 1.:100.00:
9.500.00 with of :5-1 fcome Interesting money
TOTAL RESERVES 77,88000! Hazen Cove Springs was on the mound a score for Starke vs Ralph Baanett. Winners to swimming, 4-H club organizationand the sale of these tickets will go' Expenses of Elections __ ___________..,_-.*?..__...__._ l, OO.OO

TOTAL PROPOSED EXPENDITURES I I and catching was Johnny Richard. play off August 3. organized recreation. According to defray expenses Incurred by the Legal Advertising and Expenses _________--f-j-m_+_, 30000
local club In Its current and Administrative and ___. ____
AND RESERVES 602967.00,,, Green Cove put their star pitcher to Mr. McClane the Bradford << season Supplies Expenses _-_ 4000.00
Festivities To Open county boys walked away toward taking care of the various Indexing ___., _
ntI)GET FOR DISTRICT INTEREST &: SINKING FUND 1 1 Mike Callahan, on the mound. -----------------------H. -? 4rp.DoCourt i,
Cash I Callahan kept Starke down to one Lake City Tobacco with practically all of the honorsat tournament expensesThe House Furniture and Fixture. ________.______ 4000.00 '.
beginning of 1568.00 will feature
year Tournament
I run with some of the best pitching camp. Three Bradford buys (Safe, 2 Counters Blinds)
Taxes '
Assessed 4,00700 wen In quite some time.. Mike has Market July 24 I were cited for special recognition the teams winning the Champlonchlp Fees and Costs Clerk Circuit Court ______.._.__-_ 1,1100.00

Total cash and current receipts 11.573.00 a record of allowing one earnedrun Fireworks and a bin street dance because of their achievement at In the Legion's It Is 3rd, 4th. Maintenance County Jail --_________ ._______._____rn__. 75000:
Districts. predictedthat
Commissions members and 5th
Tax Tax Assessor &: II and 13 hits In seven games will again herald the Lake' City 1 camp and 8 out of 10 Bradford the teams to meet In the Area Inquests Car) _.__._______-______ ____?_-.-____./. 300.00

Payment Collector 253.00 and fanning 102 batters. Starke'sonly Tobacco Market, which opens on of the honor squad were Tournament will be Lake City, insanity[ Inquiries --.____ ________ ._ ______--.______=_ 200.00

of Bonds 2, OO.OB score came when Delano Monday July 24. I(i I county boys and | Starke and the Po.t 9 Generals General Welfare ._________,__j______.f___________.__ 3,800.00
Interest hit stole 2nd and Wendell Kelly son of Mr.
on Bonds 1185.00 Thomas got a ,!
Last year' events were so from Jacksonville. Tubercular Patient State Sanatorium ... ... 4000.00
awarded -? ------- -
Cash balance 3rd and came In on a catcher's Mrs. H. C. Kelly, was
be carried over l,6M.00 attended that It has been decidedto I
of ..
Operation a County Unit 4,400.00Publicity
best in camp| ------- -------,-- ..
Total appropriation and balances 5,37300: error.Lovett's, make them a part of the official the title of the sport
friendliness, and and Public Improvement ------------- .---- 60000SalnrU.i
*cessary e millage! levy to be levied 'on the 1950 assessment roll to produce opening display again this will year.be double The fireworks the, for cooperation his attitude In every camp actlvl-i 12 In First Call (Chamber of Commerce __.._160000)). \ 1,

revenues for these budgets for the ensuing fiscal year are Reopens size of last ; Amount Payable Under Chapter 24063 (No. .:so) of 1947 -_ 450.00
: An entire block will be roped I(I ty'The boys are divided Into squads Reserve for Contingencies ________?__,..,?,_??_ 200.00
County General School Fund 8 mills off In the downtown section south of 10 boys each who In turn electa Of Local TOTAL .----.------.-----.-.--..__f 48,37S.00: :
District No. 1 Current Fund 6 mills 8:30 A.M. Friday of Olustee Park for the big street squad leader. Ronnie )(cCl..I-1 FINE AND FOKFF.ITfKK FUND

County Bldg &: Bus Reserve Fund 2 mills : dance with music by the Florida lan son of Mr. and Mrs. L. I Twelve men, representing Local Salary and Fees Prosecuting Attorney ___._.__._$ 60000 '

District Bldg Bus Reserve Fund 3 mills ... Orange Pickers Both events will Clellan; was selected by the camp Selective Service Board No. 18'. Feu and Costs County Judge __________...__ ______ 2.000.00

District No. 3 Int. A: Sinking' Fund 1 mill The local Lovett's food storewill be held on Wednesday, July 26. staff as the best aged< leader at first quota under the revitalized Fees and Costs Sheriff .___._.___._...__________ 9000.00

District No 18 Int' Sinking Fund 4 mills be open for business as usual The fireworks display will begin camp. The boys themselves elect-I I draft law, will leave Btarke early' Bailiffs --------__________._____ _____"'______,- 20000
OlDplete details of each separate part of the school budget summar- at 8:30: a. m. thi morning (Fri. about eight o'clock, and the dance ed Benton Futch son of round Mrs I I I Monday morning for pre-Induction I'I'I Sheriff's Commission on Fines Collected _________ 1,000.00Other

ed above are on file and are available for public Inspection at the day) In its new enlarged, remodel about nine o'clock, of as soon as Joyce Futch, as the beat all of four'[I examination In Jacksonville. According Law enforcement Agencies ..___........____. 2000.00
ce redecorated store on West the crowd can be assembled after In the group i I "
) of the County Superintendent of Public Instruction at the led and of the camper This ls quite al to Selective Service Board I Feeding and Care of Prisoners __-_____.....___r_____ 2.50000
Lake DeSoto, seen present. 1
St. leaving counties will be
:wtnouse, Starke Florida, and will also be available for such pub-: Call fireworks exhibition. 1 district honor as the boys themselves policy, their names not I( Guard at County Jail ._....______._....._______ 1460.00

searings together with all supporting statements and information. Among will the Invite new the departments public are: 'The four huge warehouses are decide who gets this award Inducted.announced/ until they are formally Witness Fees ______-___-._.____..___..___.______ 1000.00

0 interested Persona which complete frozen foods dep.rt.ment now receiving tobacco and Lake Benton was also squad leader of I i I The twelve men In this first Juror. Pay Rolls ______.__________...-_______. 600.00
hearing and to are cordially Invited to participate In the pub-this a a self-service dairy depart- City U expecting the largest tobacco the Honor Squad which was *ected -|. call ,will be the oldest In the elIgible Reserve for Contingencies -____.-_.___?_._._______ 400.00

vnt7 for the discuss the school program and budget for ment, a health and beauty de- market In recent years. ) a*, the outstanding squad|. age bracket of 18 through TOTAL __-_-_____._ __-,-____..__.$ 20.160.00
ensuing fiscal year. partment, and an enlarged candy Known as the friendliest marketIn In camp during the week. Eight I; 25-years-old. No men are being AOKICf LTt'KAL FUND'

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, department. The produce and the belt. Lake City annually of these boys were from Bradford called who have reached their 26th County Agent Salary & Expenses _____._........__ 3,60000
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDAH. meat departments have been enlarged attracts thousands of tobacco farmers : County'; one from Citrus County The birthday anniversary f In other Horn Demonstration Agents Salary Expenses" ._.__. 1,700.00
P. )'(MORGAN and modernized. from the tobacco producing and one from Levy County. I words, whose birth date Is prior Demonstrative and Illustrative Material and
County Superintendent Everything possible has been counties of North Florida. will be eight Bradford each county of who boys received in the to September 1, 1024), The 12man Girls Short Courses ____--______--___.___._____,._ 30000 N
Free parking privileges Honor squad Is for Bradford. Clay, j
convenience and com quota
done for the 4-H Club Camps (Olrls) 50.004H
to the farmer and as follow.: ----------------
extended again a ribbon: and Union Counties the area served
l*'tea Thursday E. Moody, all of Lake Butler; two I fort of the shopper with new type his family in the downtown area. Benton Futch Huey Crosby, by Local Board 18. Club Camp. (Boys) _____.____..___ 5000 '''I

Or Marion brothers. Barney Moody ,of Lake shopping carts and Ernest more adequate Phillips Police have been instructed to extend ttanley Green Billy Moore, Kenneth Mrs. Rhoda Dampler, Board Incidentals ______________,_________..- j -..- 30000 _

Moody Wales, and Obey Moody of Lake cooling Manager all courtesies of the city to Mott. Glenn Reddish Ted clerk, stated that some confusionhas Reserve for Contingencies ___.. ...______.-.._______ 200.00 .

ka r\on\ Henry Moody. 7*. i died Butler two sisters, Mrs Lizzie ttated the visiting tobacco producers and ZUward! and Darren Edwards. resulted from men above th TOTAL, ___.__.__.____S 1.200.00
Y In the Starke McKinney of Starke, Mrs Fronle their families Adequate parking 25 year age limit coming In foi ROAD AND BRIDGE: MAINTESANl'E FUND !
ng a brief 111neas., hospital Johns of Auburndale; and seven Land Transfer pace has been provided In the. Guardsmen Leave re-classlflcation and other pur Road Tax Due and Payable to Incorporated

1r. Moodyy a nun farmer grandchildren. recorded In the warehouse area and the roads leadIng poses. She emphasized the fact Municipalities within the County _____-_.._..,.,-_.... 5,50000 '
*" barn In Union County Aug- He was a member of the Church Recent deeds: In to the sale sections are In Advance detachment of Headquarters that the present draft applies. onlyto Salaries for Road Maintenance Crew____*_ _______._ 20000.00 .II
12. 1874. He had made his of God courthouse were Colar Williams of excellent condition. Co., 2nd Bn. 124th Inf.. men 18 through 29 years old Repairs and Upkeep of Road Maintenance Equipment 9,00000 "
lie In the Mr. and Mrs. The market will again be concluded week for Fort .. under the act of 1949
5'dford New River section Funeral services were held Bradford County to Thelma Harrisof this. with the Jubilee, left early In the It for Gasoline aad Fuel Oil for Road Machinery ..,,___.--. 4.00000
year and the main bodyof ls not necessary anyone
..., County tor afternoon at 4 o'clock at Tract of Jackson SCH Purchase of New ,____._ .
.. many I Thursday Cemetery Bradford County. Ball and the crowning of the Lions' the will leave Staur- who U 26 years or older to reportfor Equipment -_-_ _..--__ 10,000.00
fides his I the graveside In McKInney land In the SE cor. of the NE Club Tobacco Queen. for the annual summer en- reclasslflcatlon at the time ($63000 per mo and new truck)

OOdy, he Ia widow, Mrs. Emily near Long Bridge. Arrangements DeWitt- quarter of the NW quarter of The date of the Jubilee will be day she explained. Insurance __-___..,....--..-..-...._., ,*,*..-u -.-__,,_ 1.500.00
of campment.
'III, euntved by three were In charge S 22 E. announced later (Continued
Joe S., Albert and Chester C. Jones sec. 35, twp. 6 range .- on page eight)

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accompanied; their daughters.Nancy I. ._ :_ : : : : : : ;
Bradford i and Barbara to Good
Counsel Camp near Floral City
Sunday. Nancy and Barbara

ESTABLISHED 1879 E. MATTHEWS.. OWHKH- OITO,, plan to enjoy a two weeks camp-

Ing period. ..
i (rnbiiehe(1 Every Friday 0X0X9 aid Kl"rrwl M Guests of Mr. and Mrs W G
Class MatUT JIlt the Post V Office at 8tark, Fla. Strlngfellow during the week

end were Miss Melba Stringfellow

,MEMBER 1950 and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barkleyand
their children Margo and
,...1lut.crtption II''loGO' : Annually; *lbe For Six MonthsLAWTEY and Mike all of Jacksonville
Mrs. L. F. Chapman was
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S.
her sister, Mrs. Nelson Blocker Chapman In Orlando Monday and .
at Atlantic Beach. I Tuesday of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Jack Fletcher and Mr. and Mrs
; spent the weekend with relativesin Milo Seigler and their son. Mike

,L. II. Fntcb Jacksonville.Mrs. of Tallahassee, were visitors of
Q. W. Robert and son Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whltfleldlast
George and Dr. W. T. Walters ) week end. They were ao-
Mrs. Bessie B. Gibson and son were business" visitor to Jacksonville companIed by Miss Joyce Cason DOORS OPEN 8:3o P
of Rochymont, N. C. are U., Tallahassee
'Ellis on Wednesday of lam week. a student at F. S. '
looking aftf'r property Interests Visitors of Rev. and Mrs. W. T. who spent the week end with FRIDAY! JULY
Trtrre thiS week. Walters during this week were her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe __ ..
W. F Moore and son. Freddie Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walters Jr., Canon in Ralford.
were visitors! to Tampa and Plant and their daughter. MUs Helen Mr. and Mrs. Jlirf Godwin and COME IN AND SEE STARK

City lat week. Freddie remained Walters and Mr. Walters' sister, their baby son Jlramle of Belle
In Tampa for a visit with his Mrs C. B. Turner all of Jackson- Glade arrived Sunday to spend
;grandfather, Rev. E. D. Boyer their vacation :with Mr. and Mrs NEWEST AND fOOD:
ville.Miss J. O. Godwin and with other relatives
MiMnt Ann end Barbara Moore Judl Wainwright of Jacksonville -
'are visiting their sister Mrs. J. Is spending; her vacation In this section of the state DEPARTMENT STORE
On his return trip from Camp I
"W. Thomas, In Hendersonvllle, here with her grandparents Mr.
Stewart Ga., to his home In Pen-
TPT. C. this week. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright.
Mr. and Mrs H. C. Crews andAnew Luckie Howe a student of Bob sacoU MISgt. Martin E. Orlner
Jr. was the truest of Mr. and Mrs.M.
of of Greenville S. C..
and Melvin Thomas Jones College
Grlner last SundayMr
at the First
dinner guest of conducted
Hrilbronn were and Mrs. Grlner and Set. Grl
;Mr. Crew's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church last Sunday. ARMOURS "STAR BRAND" LARGE
In Palatka of
ner were as guests
c. R. Crews, last Sunday, Because,, of illness, Mrs. V. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Relnau.
Hotter Browning has re-enlisted Reddish has been J.visiting O. Godwin with, Last week end Mrs. Jack Nelson tall '

tn the service and left )last Sun- at her Ralford.daughter Mrs.Mrs.Reddlsh's friends of Jacksonville and Mils MILK 3
for Fort Dtx. N.J. His parants 9cTID
Cay will be glad to know that she has Ruth Beasley of Lake Butler .
and Mrs. J. M. Browning,
,Mr. Improved and returned to her were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. cans
ud David Browning accompanied W. Brannen.
home here.Mrs.
him as far as Jacksonville. Charles -Carter rand son Mrs. W. O. Strlngfellow spent
Misses Faye Hogan and Vella Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
Lary of Tallahassee are visiting FANCY PINK 3 TALL CANS
of Jacksonville are
Tray Kirkland Mr, and Manassa and family in Green
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Hod- Mrs. Carter's parents Cove Springs. Mrs. Manassa and with or
sjrem. Miss Hogan Is a niece of Mrs. J. P. Wyrick. jft their children were supper guests =
Mrs. Hodges. The W.M.U. of thenrst Baptist of Mr. and Mrs. Strlngfellow SALMON $1.00 ;
church held their regularstudy
Mrs. Louise Appleby and children Monday. OrderKRAFT'S
.Beverly and Buddies of Stuartare course meeting at the .
guests of Mrs. Appleby's parents home of Mrs. J. E. Wall), Sr., )last,

Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Warren. Tuesday.Mr. '
Rev and Mrs. Winter Oiddlngs I and Mrs. Roy Reddish of LONG BRANCH ,- FAMOUSMIRACLE PEPSI COLA or

were visiting In Lawtey during Webster were visiting relatives By Mrs. J. L.' Strickland
last week. here during the weekend.

Mrs. Mary Sapp of Miami a Ronnie McClellan Johnnie Wall COCA-COLA Cm. 1
Mrs. Jack
Wilkinson to
former resilient of Lawtey. was Benton Futch and Wendell Kelly came
visiting friend here last week. returned to their home here last the Strlcklands Saturday hunting WHIP
fry'chickens to take to the Max-
On his Seventy-fourth birthday Saturday after spending the weekat .
vllle church, for dinner for the
anniversary Thompson the 4-H camp at Cherry Lake.
was.. honored last Sunday with a'' They I all won ribbons for achievements people who were working on the
birthday:, dinner at his home. EnJoying -'I at camp.STATE. church building. W. understand
this occasion with Mr. and they have a. working every Sat. Pint 29c

x.... Thompson were his daughters urday on this building. It seems $1.4
Mrs. Fannie Starling Mrs.I they have the old time spirit. The .
.Avte Pearce, Mrs. Katie Wllkerson FARMBy ones who cannot work on the

,and Mrs. Floy Bennett of Lawtey I grounds or building prepare lunchor
Mrs. Bryan Wldtfl..ld dinner for the
ones are
'end Mrs. Thelma Harris of Starke, DIXIE DARLING
working. We need of this VELVO
atml arm Ivory of Lawtey. Monger I more (
of Worthington and Marvin Visitor' Entertained,, ,old time spirit to prevail. lOc

tot Jnrksonvllle; twelve grandChtidren. "Teen age" visitors were the I I Buddy Padgett and wife moved BREAD COFFEE lb. 6

Glenn Williamson of Inspiration i for Informal get-to- from Olla Padgett's store where ,
they had been
JtBckmmvlIle and H. T. Markham gethers durIng. the past week running the store
at Gainesville alxo attended. |I'A.three I I They Included Ann Sewell. ot for Olla, Buddy's mother. They
week's revival Faith and returned to their own home Sun
at Mexico Beach, Joan Nancy
:Baptist Church Rev. A. E. Masry. -|I Mynlhan and Mary Wells of day.Mr. SUREK'LEAN SCOrS WALDORF
Pastor, closed last Sunday,.Jacksonville, Mary B. Cox ot and Mrs. Harry Padgett enjoyed
with dinner at the church. Rev. Orlando, Wynnette Goodman ot a chicken dinner at the homeof BLEACH 1 Qc 2

W. Church B. Davidson Tampa, of was Cavalry the Evan-Baptist ham Cuthbert of ,Chattahoochee.Ga., and Marian Hostesseson Whig- Lottie Mrs- Starling Padgett's; Sunday.mother.,' Mr-*,, .. q t.. y...J TISSUE 4 for, .

gullet for the first week and Rev. separate occasions were Peggy I. Circuit {'....... Hradrard Cotiatr.
3. E. Parrish of Grace Baptist Caldwell! Mrs Bryan Whltfleld Florida* I. c:........,..
Church. Bradenton, for the )last Patsy Kucera. Mrs. J. C. Wal- Uaorira HIM Hill,,!'Defendant IMalntirf Va.. C.Mary... No.Elliaboth -
two weeks. There were seven lace and Mrs. Cecil Sewell) each 1989.

Additions, three by baptism and' entertaining in her home. In- Order> of A.Pnhllratloa....... or Other Had Pi.Notlvo8vrvt ......*.. JELLY 25c PORK 31WEBSTER
four by letter. terest was added to Mrs. Sewell's TTK' OK ri. HIIrot & BEANS 2 for
Mary Elisabeth lint
1'Ofn..J. H. Jenkins and children I party by the fact that that day, Is unknown: who. residence .
isunhl'Lou and Johnny of Jack.lamvtlle Thursday July 13, was the birthday You are required. to serve your answer j i

are visiting her parents, anniversary of 'her guest, 1ft, 1160 or other In the pleading above named on August Court
'Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders this Ann Sewell), and so refreshments and cause wherein Plaintiff aeekadivorce .
...._k. included the traditional cake. ftradford County Telegraphshalt TOMATO
publl.h this Order in next: SUPERBRAND COLORED \\'a
Mrs. Catherine Tears and Mrs. tour weekly Issues.
Ceremony Consulates Wltnena my hand and official s...l 19c No. '2 2
a. W. Roberts were business visitors Attainment of at Sauk. Florida, this July 5. 1IBIK O L E O lb. JUICE 3
to Galnsvllle last Tuexday. ColonelcyIn (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas,
The H. C. Walnwrlght family keeping with traditions of By Haven. An Clerk, D.of said Court. CansGrade
were business visitors to Gainesville the U. S. Marines, Mrs. I* F <>eora-e I,. Yalt.n. P. U. Hog 404.

) one day last week. Chapman Jr.. pinned his "Eagle tiff Htarke, Florida, Attorney 7-14 for 4t Plain.S-4
Mrs. W. L. Bargett returned to on her husband. Co). th F. Chapman .
Jr., In the Ie> Olrri.lt C..rt, Hradford {'...tr.
tier home In Shreveport. La., last Klorldai la fhaarrry.' F
imf1Ts n o.
Friday after an extended visit General's office In Quantico Va., Hall Nuv..'.. Plaintiff. v.. ''Wilma
last week. The Impressive cere- tltepheneon Nuvola, Defendant Cams 'ccsnp(
with her mother Mrs. A. H. Har- No 7991.
Vy. During her visit here Mrs. mony marked Col. Chapman's Order Of Pajkllratloaj A ad "Notice' ToAoffMr.
to full Colonelcy) Con- STATH or FLORIDA TOl
Xfaggett, accompanied by her mother -
Wilma Stephannon Nuvoia vhoaereeldenoa .. ., -
spent several) days visiting gratulations are extended. and addre la des Barton ,- .
Road Memphis, Tenneaaeot
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish returned You are required to appear. on
August 14 1051) In the above named CALIFORNIA LONG WIIITE
RELIEVES ?: :: to their home In Lawtey: Court! and cause, wherein plaintiff 5 29c
... II.. Thursday after having been with Meek divorce. Bradford County Telerraph lb.
ahall publlith this Order In POTATOES A Western Grade A WesternCHUCK
DIAPER RASH ;!.:?I?; Mi', and Mrs. J. O. Godwin for next four weekly Inauea. .
...tda'seslblea. m.dlc U4 LVCO-BO-nou several days on account of MrsReddlsh's Wltneal my hand and oll\olal..l.
rueed .T hetpltala let ever ao ,..... :Wow at Htarke : 'l"Lhl.A; July 10. I960
Illness. hope .
i ( J.
..W.. e1r*.e.*flsl.alt.. mine Money ikln knell. If notLYCOBOROL"I....Al.,. for continued Improvement In her : A. Clerk of maid Court. 19c 49c '
: condition. By Hay Haven Molden,Crosby Selden, Build Deputy Ini.Clerk.Daytona LEMONS lb. or doze STEAKIb. ROASTSWEET ]

Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates, 3rd Bench Florida. .
Atly. for Pit. 7-14 4t 4lo.

Klnrldal rirr.lt In Coors('.......H..,....'... well
Mlllan C. I.... Plaintiff v> Angus lb. 29
I.ee. Defendant. Cane No. T9'.. POTATOES .4 59c lb.
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WELCOME. Order Of Pakllmtlon A ad "N' tlr ToAooeor. :
I Anvua I..., wh.... residence and ad-
dresa le unknown: CUBAN
i r---- TO TILELake You. are required to appear on 2 19
August 14 lltso. In the above named I for
,Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
aeeka divorce and ftustndy of minor BRISKET ---3 3
children. P.ra.Un.d County Telegraph STEW lb.- _
shall publish this Order Inoe ,
City "t four weekly Issues.wltnee .
my hnnd and offlrlal' seal CARROTS 2 bchs.19c
: al Starke. rls'i'li)1 thleJuly' 19. ass.. .
( : A. J. Thomaa..
As Clerk of said Court '" .,

TOBACCO MARKET By Ralph Florida Haven U, Thomas Croabv.Keystone Deputy Heights Clerk, ICE BURG 2. SKINLESS$ WIENERS, lb. .

Atty. for Plf. 1.14 4t s-4HOWARD'S LETTUCE .lb. 25c .


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:\,_ always: receives r a square deal., .' 3 for 99c .2 for 49c Grade A Sliced Small Picnic

Attend the Rig Free Street Dance AGEN PEAS BACONIb. HAMSAGEN
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.; and Spectacular Fireworks Display Call on us' for reliable drag BROCCOLI Z Pkg

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r 1' Wednesday, July 26 .."IDcaVe pride ourselves| on AGEN SPINACH 49c 49c Ib. 43

: ep.m.toi2pm.1VIARKET the scrupulous exactness) which DEVILED CRABS

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NEWS ON THE AIR we fill.

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--- Mr Preston swimming :.were enjoyed. gram and ,
ting the cake was son Set en'y
I Rev. J. G. Childress Mamie Morrow Smith Weds f. L. Anderson Jr. Keeter, and serving was Mrs. Julian Among those enjoying.?the Kirkham and tamlly Air .
in serving occasion with the Syzmczaks j Scanlon, Mr AI
Church Perkins. Assisting and Mr,
7 t V Honored WithFellowship In Recent Ceremony In were Mrs, Vernon Mlze, Mrs. Horace were Mr and Mrs. Robert Drake Male and children Arise l c.r.
tamilY and'Mret! T. 'C.1 III
.- ..- 4 Zetrouer and Mrs Catherine and Mr. Crosby and Mr 11M adtU-
I and Mrs. H. B. In Mra A.
r Irhi% ,., x, M k Sutton. Hazen, Crosby, Jr. and sor I"
Rev. J. Q. Chlldress was honor. 5 Following the reception Mr. .
J :) ed on his birthday anniveresrySunday and Airs Anderson left for a wedding ..-- -

July 16, with a Fellow. trip to Daytona Beach and -
I Hour at the hpme of Mr South Carolina.
oiitre DARac
Fri. Sat.
1 Iteel nre .
June Caldwell and Mrs. Homer Welch of Lake s d, v I Mrs. Anderson Is a graduate of noub
I*. Stele Farm 45 Editor l'boD 29 July 21. 22, "FL-\\
Butler Yb the Alachua General Hospital ___ ,_._. TA"RK Feature
Appropriate entertainment was rC Training School of Nurses where -
1-- enjoyed by about 35 guest The she Is employed at present
:(Miss Ellen Bowers Starke BPW MembersAt I program included numbers by a Mr. Anderson is a graduate of 'Angles In Disguise' & 'Law of the West

male and a duet by Bradford high school and at pre
Weds: Mr. Wadsworth District MeetIn Leo Gorcey & Bowery Boys -
; visiting student of the Columbia ent Is attending the University of Johnny Mack Drown
J:In Bunnell Friday FernandinaTen Bible College. Florida. -Also Short & Serial-

Those assisting Mrs. Children Among the out-of-town guests
Miss Ellen Bowers, daughter members of the Starke in caring for the guests were at the .:wedding were Mrs. Dora Sun., Mon., Tues. July 23. 21, 25:; -

of Mrs. A. A. Wells of Palatka Business & Professional Woman'sClub Mrs. Welch and Misses Jane and 1'.i":' Burton of Rome, Ga., grandmotherof CECIL '.
and J. M. Bowers of Bunnell, andI ; attended the first meeting of Bessie Winn. -'Ii." of the bridegroom: Mr. and b : ;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiciii'i;!:;;: : ; : : :: iii i iii?:!' :': ::? :! ; ;;;: :! :,;;;li :;!iii;:;:;!iiia::::;::i\:!;:::::::;

Thomas Holden Wadsworth, son the club year with others in the 'if t. R. A. Harley of Dorchester, S. C., ti fH:tl:i
I of Mr and Mrs. Gordon P. Wads-, Fourth District at the Fort Clinch useful Rev.gifts Children on this received occasion many t Mr. and Mr C. A. Bauer of ; '!jl11110"\ : ; i !H jW ![ \\1''IIf :..1.

Beach Lodge In Fernandina. Sun :. ,. .... : :
worth of Hampton, were united ,'/, Brunswick, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. :, .... ."; ,
J in marriage in an Impressive day. I i W. J. Johnston of Atlanta, Ga.; -" '1,1.- BY vEANl1 HAC-PHERSON
candlelight ceremony at eight The District Chairman Miss Birthday Party 't\ tj. Mr and Mrs. Curtis Raulerson of ;.oCr.:-. Reissued '., .and bock again in its

I]o'clock, Friday evening, July 7, Aulean Martin of Jacksonville, presided ForJim Lewis 't' J, Deland; Kenneth Dougler of De- 'I'\; magnificence and sublime beauty. re.erent
|, In the First Baptist Church of / over the business session. ':\ land and Mrs. J. L. Alvarez of

I''' Bunnell. Rev. J. M. Dlckson, The welcome was given by Miss Jim Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. :. Ocala. "$ince it was produced has ployed to 600,000000

I, pastor, officiated in the double Bertie Bowers, President of the James Lewis, celebrated his fourth ,T,' < persons. No other film has had half nlan.

|.' ring ceremony. host Fernandina club. The pro birthday anniversary with a party 'N'r',.. ,}I' Surprise Picnic spectators." RaJClr'6t rrr, May 1944 o$issue
The church was decorated with gram on the topic of "Measuring on Monday afternoon, July 17, at ,
arrangements of white gladioli Up" Included talks on measuring his home on Church Street Hostess t. For SzymczaksThe
spiritually, In health and safety NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
against a background of potted up on this occasion was his
ferns and native greenery.>> White financially, as a citizen, as a mother!! k pier at the Enlisted Men's Also Short News & Cartoon
leader and in club bulletins. f Lake was the
The Club on Kingsley
tapers In cathedral Games
were enjoyed on the lawn
I'lighted' .the setting principal address was on the 19BO01 / during the afternoon after which scene last Saturday after.ioon; of Wed., Thurs. July 26, 27 Double }'eatur-
program and was given by Ml'si a delightful "surprise pIcnlc"honoring
Preceding the ceremony, a pro. Helen Krauss, First State Vice- the children were invited into the : Sgt. and Mrs. Norbert "D KE OF WEST POINT"Louis

j gram of nupltal music was pre. President, of St. Petersburg. Susan house for punch ice cream and //if Szymczak and their daughter; Hayward and Joan Fontain
llaented: by' Mr. J. M. Dickson. birthday cake. The cake was Iced,
Spencer, State Education and I Sally Anne, who will leave soon AND -
n'Mrs: James Crews lighted ,,the with white and decorated with/ pink
Vocation Chairman, spoke on her tor Fort Bragg, N. C.
1,candles and green and held four white "Six Gun Music" with Tex Williams
work and Dea Chace of the Jacksonville covered dish
Miss' Bowers had as her only i candles. lunci1-1 Also News
club a brief
gave reportof was spread on the
In-law Mr eon
attendant her efater- Favors for the'afternoon' were
William/ Bowers who served as the National Biennial held early,]many colored toy whletlee.Mre. during the afternoon: games and
in July !in San Francisco. -
matron of honor. The best man ; | Lewis was assisted In t'
The Starke -
for the bridegroom was lamer'Crewe. Club won a prirA .
caring for the guests by Mrs. Vernon .
tor the
largest percentage of merd
bers present and Mrs. Mildred 1'\0.2 Can
Mrs. Bowers was attired In sI'street ,I and Mrs. James Dennis. ,
'' Sapp and Mrs Maryon Arnold
length dress of
Those this affair
enjoying with
1 nylon with white accessories. Her were among those receiving' door I i
David Silcox,
prizes. were Brenda j - - 27e?
shoulder corsage was of white Lewis, Henry Lou Dennis, Mary i .,
[ carnations. The Fernandina Club gave : \.. '
Louise Haines, David Maine. Su- -
The bride, given In marriageby short entertainment during al 1
dellcloua zan Wiggins, AI Yancey, Steve The marriage of Miss Mamie full skirt formed a court train. I
her father, wore an informal luncheon served in No. IONA CREAM STYLE WHITE
Yancey Sue Deaa, Steve Edwards, or
Lodge Morrow Smith, daughter of the Her finger tip veil of sheerest
of Dining room. Place
gown nylon with navy cards
accessories. Her flowers were small cedar boats and Seleta Thomas, Buddy Bishop III, late Mr. and Mrs. George H. Smith bridal illusion fell Into graceful
were a
programs Beverly Baker, Carolyn Biggs, of Jacksonville, and granddaughter folds from a tiara of tiny seed GOLDEN CORN
shoulder corsage of pink carr a were printed on a paper Jane Adams, Marsha Kldd, Rich- - lit
tions. product of Rayonler Inc. After of Mrs. John Monroe Smith of pearls The bride carried a white
Immediately following the the afternoon session those present ard Wainwright, Richard Fowler, Blytheville) S. C., and Joseph prayer book, topped :wIth a white
Myra Jane Ward, Mike Ander Lyle Anderson, Jr., son of Mr. orchid and streamers of lllles-of-
I wedding, a reception was given .njoyed a trip through the Fort!
I at the home of W. H. Deen, maternal Clinch :Museum, swimming on liic lion Vicky Struth, Mary Beth and Mrs. J. L. Anderson of Starke I the-veltey. ANN PAGE RICH CREAMY PTS. ql'S

| ,grandfather of the bride. beach and a cruise down the Amelia Colsen Crawford, Janet Hardy, Margaret was solemnized Sunday after I Mrs. Anderson, mother of the
The bride's table was overlaid River./ 'I I Bobble Sue Barksdale, noon, May 28, at S o'clock In the I bridegroom, chose a dress of gray
with a lace cloth and centered The next district meeting will and Jlmmie Blackshear. University Methodist Church In, printed silk. She wore a shoulder SALAD DRESSL\lG---27c 47e"SUPEItRlGIIT" 4 c

,with/ a double wedding ring cake be held with the local club here Gainesville. I I corsage of pink carnations.

and flanked with crystal candelabra on Sunday, October 8. Baptist WMU The Rev. Thaxton Springfield, Following the ceremony a re

holding lighted tapers. Mrs Attending the meeting were Met 1 TuesdayThe pastor, officiated at the double ception was held In the recreation Sultana '
Z. p. Holland, Jr., aunt of the Misses Pat Lambe, Madge Middle- ring ceremony. room of the church. The bride's THIN SLICED 4"iot

bride, presided at the bride's ton and her guest Margie Middle- Women's Missionary Union The church ours decorated with table, overlaid with a white OLIVES . 33c
table, and was assisted by W. W. ton of Jacksonville, Mrs. Mildred of the Baptist Church held Its white gladioli in tall baskets a- :Madeira linen cloth, was centered FANCY BACON l IK: 63c Ann PageSALAD

Darn and Mrs. William Bowers. Sapp, beta Mildred Doyle, Mrs regular program and business galnst a background of palms with a three tiered wedding cake, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wart"vorlli: lust: !iii..jralo-ie;; : Mrs. Margaret Miller meeting on Tuesday afternoon at White candles In cathedral candel- topped with a miniature bride and MUSTARD. 8c

during the evening for a short Mrs. Maryon Arnold, Mrs,, 3:30: o'clock with 34 members pre. abra lighted the setting and the organdy yokes were outlined with "SUPER-RIGHT" Cookedy Ready to Eat 5.716. Avg. Ann Page, Sweet Garden 10 oz.

I wedding trip and upon their re Pauline Torode, Mrs. Marion Howe Bent family pews were marked, with ruffles The full skirts :were of RELISH
turn Vill reside on North Church and Mrs. Desta Dyal. Mrs. T. K. McClane the white satin bows. I PICNICS 49C"SUPERRIGHT" . 20c
gave I three tiers and the attendants wore - - -
Street, In
Bunnell. devotional Ann
followed with the program Prior to the ceremony, a pro-. lace mitts Mra. Raines wore PageTomato
Out-of-town guests Included: WCTU. Notice by Doris Knight Circle with gram of nuptial music ] blue, Mlsa Alvarez and Miss
Mr. and was given I I Ketchup ,1ScCHUCK
Mrs Gordon Wadsworth, Mrs, : J. A; Griffin leader* "The by Claude Murphree,- ''organist, CrutBlrd wore yellow. The bouquets Western Milk Fed Veal
Sr. Mrs. J. C. and Waldon The ', 1 White ""*. *"
Wynn W. C. House
T. U. will hold Its program topic wasMlaakm WorkIn and Paul Tew, soloist. The traditional of the attendants were fans > Large

and Wadsworth Mrs. Gordon of Wadsworth Hampton; Mr.Jr., Mrs.regular meeting at the home of Atrlca'" Taking part on the wedding marches were ,,with nosegays which matched their STEAK lb. -- 69c MILK ,. . lie
W. N. Johnson on Laura program were Mrs. E. C. Mann, used. dresses. ,
of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Street next Friday afternoon Mrs. D. L. Thomas and Mrs J. A. lona 25 Ib.
Anderson, Starke; Mr and Mrs.A July 28, at 3:30: o'clock. Oriffln. Mrs B.: A. Green and The bride had as her matronof 1'he bride, who was given In "SUPER-RIGHT" Spring Shoulder FLOUR 1.49
her brother-in-law . .
A. Wells Palatka; Mrs. J. E. Mrs. E. C. Mann, her sister, Mrs Tetord marriage by

Wyndham, Lorraine Wyndham Augustine: Mr. and Mrs. Z. Q Mr W R. Morse accompanied, pianist, by, Raines. ;Bridesmaids' were Miss Teford C. Raines, wore a gown LAMB CHOPS lb. 85c Dexo 3 Ib.
LouUvllle Bang Marian Alvarez and Miss Jeane of white marquisette over taffeta -
Ky., Mrs. Lee Dupont, Holland, Jr., Grant and Zackery "He Walks and Talks With Me", SHORTENING 79c
Jimmy and Joy Dupont St.I Holland, Hastings.KoSn The program was closed with Cruthlrd, all of Gainesville. The fitted bodice was designedwith .
pray Best Harold a ruffle of lace from a sheer
man Johnson
!./.by Mn.'F. B. Beard. was A. Quick Frozen D &D HEN Gr. A 12-16 Ib. Avg.
of yoke with a high neckline. The
I .'Mrs. S. E. Sparks, presided dur Starke and ushers were Try A & P's Famous

I ling!were the read business by Mr meeting.* W. L. Minutes and Ernest George C. Lindberg H. Smith of of Gainesville Columbia, groom.Receiving guests at the door TURKEYS Ib. - ,- 65c Ass on
Andrews, ,
RC lE DRUGS secretary, and the treasurer's report S. C,' brother of ,the bride.The were :Miss Helen Crenshaw and
given attendants wore Identical Miss Janet Anderson, sister of
by Mrs. M. M. Morgan. American (Sliced)
The gowns of embossed organdy over the bridegroom. Mrs. Oscar Sand- DoubleYour '
the W. M. U. officers committee was named for taffeta. The white embroidered berg kept the bride's book. Cut- Mel-O-Bit Cheese, lb. . 43c

CLEAN UP! aa follows; Mrs. Paul Raymond,

VISIT OUR Mrs. F J. Shaw, Mrs. F. F Flume. I Cottage Cheese Ib 16c
. Back
PAINT Department .Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Mrs Ewell Money bw
*Ntffi Lawson, and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Special Clearance
I Enamel & Color Varnish The meeting was closed with BACON SQUARES, lb. . 35c GuAt'af1'I 8 '
prayer by Mrs. *"
R. A.
15e & 39c Thomas. Ter tae Ten Ir
Quick Frozen Readyto-Fry, Fantail -an ..ea "'s,,M

Good Paint Brushes ':WMU Circle Has Ladies CATALINA SHRIMP, 12 oz. .. 7Sc .fcark/tM it rN ko*
lOc 15c 20c 25c 98c Hamberger Fry rat Ilk* mm wrrll a-.
: Suits kttr '"'.
The Deris Knight Circle of the Bathing Fresh Produce ..>- te.r ;
re ever t.-t-
Sand Paper, Pkg. 15c I Plastic Wood 25c Baptist Women's Missionary Union '41'J ; +
net 'on Tuesday evening, July 11, At Refreshing Prices. ;
at 8 o'clOCk In the home of bin

Bakelite Hopalong[ Cassidy ,J. A. Griffin, leader, tor a hamburger WERE NOW { TEA BAGS;
Bed LampsIN Knife fry and their regular meet. BURGIIEAD t
5.95 3.99
Ing. -
: a i Box of 16. 13t
with Strap Mrs. O. L. Linaen gave an Interesting tea I .

devotional on "The Hope of 7.95 4.99 LETTUCE 9c Box of 48 37c

2.10 1.00 Glory". bin D. L. Thomas, program a Banded together Both
chairman, presented an In for
9.95 5.99 only
teresting program on "Nigeria".
Thermos Jugs 2.79 Mrs. J. A. (Griffin, circle leader California Pascal Stalk -r
up ; presided I 13.95 Landry Soap
during the business session. -

treasurer's. Minutes were read and the CELERY, 36's - 19c P & G ., . 7c

Pt. Thermos Bottles . 1.59 Community Missions report given.chairman The Hardwater Soap

ell lYl ported a colored woman and child re All Ladies Cuban 4045'sAVOCADOS KIRKS . 8e

carried to Jacksonville tor brace Toilet Soap Res- Bat

Qt. Thermos Bottles 2.79 used literature given to colored ea. -- - 9c CAMAY Be ea.
., .rt people and food given to needy! TSHIRTSRegardless ,
.. A letter was read to Toilet Soap !Aled.lia)!
POCKET Ladies Dressing the circle from Miss Knight, the TOMATOES, ctn . 25c IVORY 8c ea.
, COMBS COMBS missionary who spoke here last of Former ,'
lOc & 15c 15c & 25c month.At the close of the Price j;.. Golden RipeBANANAS IVORY 27c
delicious : : Ib. SNOW . .
hamburgers were en - -
f l Gillette Tech RAZOR . 49c joyed by the 22 members and three _, Ivory Soap

visitors present. Hostesses on 1.19 Washed Texas Red Bliss ''- FLAKES 27c

Water GLASSES, 6 for . 49c this occasion were Mrs. E. A. Yan albs.
Miss POTATOES Ib Veff. Shortening
cey Wilma Alexander and : 6c
1 Mr J. A. Christmas.Woodman CRISCO 85
6-12-Insect .
Repellent . 49c -Thompson

/ Beat The Heat WithAmmen's Circle SEEDLESS GRAPES, ] 29c Destroys offensive odors' 53c
Heat Powder . 29c Met Tuesday California Medium Yellow Dash

"Meet Me At Koch's Fountain" gathered Members of the Woodmen Clrclr ONIONS, Ib 7c G FOOD 2 f or
W. O.
W. Hall *
ICE CREAM to TAKE OUT on Tuesday evening tor their reg. Kibbled Dog Food 5JJ
ular meeting. 19c DAILY 6le
1.49ROBBINS' . .
Borden Pints I Lady Borden Pints Mrs. W. L. Andrews presided lr _

30c I I 40c the absence of :Afro Vlrgle Barks- ARMOURS CANNED MEATS .
dale president.

The hall was decorated tor the Tasty Treats . 43c '

DRUG STOREFREE orchid meeting The and with green.the circle colors Corned Beef . 43c I \ IJ ,(''III/It Ifll.l tt,'

distinguished guest at this '

K 0 C H meeting' was Mlssi Able E. Holden Corned Beef Hash. 35c '--'
DELIVERY of Jacksonville. : ",,
iness meeting plans During were the made bus "" .' ", ,,,, .., ,,

Phone 53 Starke, Fla. to attend the district convention In Chopped Ham 50c 300 EAST CALL STREET

Montlcello on Friday, July 21. The Store of Values

regular The meeting form wu closed In the I Vienna Sausage 18c STARKE, FLORIDAJUl.21


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Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Smith,' Ronald Andrew. and Bert New- Mr and Mrs. E. U Matthew Francisco Allamlrann Lopez, I 'WOT'f'1O' agents of ownra of flea V3a t.i*c
Jr. and son. Larry of Lumpkin| comb last week Orlandoand r.n.t. ("a. Nn T"***. Nolle la hereby;! nlvrn that the Peraonal or lntn IM* prBoa u
spent In spent the last :weekend In Orlando .. .. ..
Sa, arrived Order 0 kllra lttH 4 N !< U.'I Board of County < ommlnalonera' of Property the ".Iu. of which -
at the home of Mrs Klsslmmee sightseeing dur- -'......... lFE.r ....naID' Mradford County Florida. will, hold been fixed ry the County A**. *1ir'
Smith's parents Mr. and Mrs' RI I ing the rodeo. Mr and Mrs. PrMnrtaoo Altamirunit L.opea. .., a meeting In the Countv. Commla- of Taxes and accepted by the _..... I
K. C. Bounds of .
3. Davis raaldenc and adilren* la tTnknown: pfonera Uoom In the County Court ny order of the Hoard of CountyCvnimlaMlonera
on Church street yesterday -I Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight were Green ..Cove Springs spent last You ar. riMiuirrfl. to aiipoar onAusuac Hnua at 10.on o'clock ..,..., August thla July IT 1."*.
for a two weeks vacation guests of Mr. and Mra Hal MainesIn Sunday here visiting Mrs. Bounds SI, IUMI,. in the above, named I 7th A. I'). 19 r 0 for the purpoa. of I A. J. Thomna. CJ..rkU.
Court ami .11"'h..ln plaintiff, h.iurinr complaint from ownera or
Y7INThE NEWS prior to moving to Green Cove Lake Butler last Sunday after- I brother and Hlster-ln-law Mr. and a..ka ,II Iv....'" and r.'ratlon of uu_ ____ _______ I
Springs where Mr. Smith will ro- 1 Mrs 8. 1':. Sparks and Mr. and maiden nut'toe. Hradford County if
noon.Mra. Tlvaraph shall puhllMh thla Urdvrin
sume his work with the Fosestry H. I.. I Mrs D ,
*" Speer of Pahokne U Thomas. next four weekly .11"nWltnvaa
I IHarrv ; Division. and MISS Betty Speer of Athena Dr. and" Mrs. W. B. Middleton mv hiind antl ufflrlal R...1 I i-i
Mooty and tr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and at xtarke, Klorlilii' I, thin July M, 1 MOKFICIAI. >
? !. guests ofKm family moved to their home on Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlve.' 0*. spent Monday here visiting I had as their (guest .several days ( I. MIOAI.I) A J. Thomas uqi'
were returned last Mr. and Mrs. A.. flerk nf oald. ('....r(
GerrY St Pet- Brooklyn Lake Last Sunday. Saturday after "]>end- R. A. Green and Mr I this week their granddauichter.Miss fly Haven Cronhy, tieputy Olork 1
tilt I Ronald Andrews left Saturdayfor Ing several days vacationing; in St.' and Mrs. Q. J. McGrlff. I Margie Midilleton, of Jacksonville hay Xelrtrn. ,....I.n ItullOlnic .1'ny.
Beach Sunday.lrlton Kina ... ... h. KlorlilnAttyi .
Augustine Beach. Mrs. S. L. Keating; has returned Dedicated To Community Service'
Jr. Aberdeen Md. .
where he will
chasteen, I fur rif lilt| U. 1111|
we. J. R visit his brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw to her home In New Orleans Mr and Mrs. A. E. McKInney, ":\10\1.... Are Better Than Ever"
and sister returned -
'aturdoy m Jacksonvllla. for icveral weeks. -t last Tuesday from a two( after a" three weeks'' visit with had as their guests last SundayMr. In rireult In.<..,nuBverr.Maraaret .t. nmd. ,.rd ('....tT.Klnrldm .

ti j i week's trip to the Smokey Moun- her muther, Mra. John Christiansen. McKlnney'a brother-in-law W .Flower., Plaintiff va Saturday July 22 Sun., Mon., Tues.-July 23-25

tains. They are at home to frlC'ndsl I : and sinter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Q.Mllllcan JohnVallate J-nkllenlInn 1 Klowera.*.* it.fpnuientOrder Xotlt-e toAditrae. -Dot'OLETUR.: .._. "Prince of Peace"

at the McKinney appartments I Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montelth of Palatka ,I'r'Vi.I OK Vl.Ottlllt Tl,l

Ly Branch of Call Street. on of Euetls. were overnight guestsof Mrs Laura Wilson has returnedto den John. Wallace and addreen Flowers la ITnknown'Yuo whoa.. real: Plus Latest News

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grahamat her home In Green Cove are required to .I'p..r on
11 Mr. and Mrs H. G. '
Davis Jr..1 Kingiley Lake Au."., II. 1S.V In the aliov. n.m.dCourt Wed. 26
Tuesday night. Springs July
Sunday after .
INSURANCEAGENCY of Gainesville formerly of Starke I spending and ra".... wherein plaintiff
1 moved to Tallahassee The Monteltha were on their way several weeks hero; visiting her a*.ka dlvoroe. IVndford CountvTlearaph Y.a"B-N_ KApRM5e-Mmas
-- .. Saturday home after attending: the annual son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Hhall' 'lihIlsh: thla Order '
where Mr. Davla has been transferred '' In next four Weekly InaueMWltnena %
with Monteith family reunion In'Phoenlxvllle I'Mrs. Ira Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. inv hand and offlrlnl tent. MILTON f
the Florida Times- at Htarke, K.rlili| thin July ID. I8AOOFFICIAI.
Pa. and vlaitlnf *. F.. Spark SiCompare
I Union. ( Si.ALI: I I A. .i. ThonmiiAa ; :'BERIE
WALL Niagara Falls and other points of Miss. Joan Carpenter spent last derk nf naM Court '
t Mr and Mrs. John P. Udell of Interest. weekend In Jacksonville visiting I'" \Mvrtt T Pi-aver. Ki-imlv Clerk '0 .....-.-
T Frank l.iinilrum' Hlarke Klorldn
PHONE 146 Lakeland formerly of Starke were Miss' Polly Mann la substltut *>r. and Mrs. T. G Hitch and other Ally. for rif TISI 4t 811VOTH : VIRGINIA \\1'

)PLEASE Friday overnight guests of Mr Ing/ In the School Board office frlemlH MAYO
K OK sl.MI' '1111.\1(1 {
Service Over50 Years and Mrs. Harry Mooty. while en- while Mrs.' Grace Ritch Is on va Mr. and Mrs. i;:. H. Bevel of Not!)'* In horehv S'lvell that 111* .'
.Constant, route to Philadelphia, Pa. and cation. Wlldwiiod Ttitarri. of IMibllo InHtrtirtlun ofItradford :........._ ._._ _.1
spent) Sunday her" visiting rniinty. .pin. will reedy.scaled .
Newark. N. J. where they will John Uglow and Mrs. C, F. MraBevel's brother and .hldK. fur the >al.. oamler -Mrm cm mTmSml 1I ...-"

apcnd) their two weeks vacation Ward. accompanied by Mr. and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. A. je.McKinney. the hilt hour KlvmentKrv of: 10 00 o'rliu* ,' .kl. m hulldlnit, Mnnday I UUUaarSS: =;

-- 'IIldozers- visiting friends and relativesComplete Mrs. R. L. McDowell of Jackson AuKllxt T. I ill o. lit I.1'hl'h time Pills "Neptune's .Playgrountfrand

photographic wrvlco" villev are visiting relatives In Miss Junnlta Wilson returnedto all hlda r..r.lve<1 will "or puhllrlvopanml "Tar with Star" Cartoon.
and, r,nil, aluiiil' In rea ul re
Hollywood Camera Gift Shop I Orlando and Lakeland.Mr. her home In Green Cove ....'ion of I the Crttinlv' I HoardItiddVra

For Rent opposite Florida Theatre Ph. 265 I and Mrs. John Jenka of Springs last Thursday after spending submit thelt are herewith prnpoHnla Inat fur rutted the. n to" Thurj., Fri. July 27, 2* I

Miss Jerry Coates, A. R New Orleans will arrive Monday several days here visiting Mr. mount that th,.y ar* wllllnir. to pity
for week's visit with her In cash Into the hand* of the ('01111.'
Forodora Sr, Mr. and Mrs Louie a and Mrs. S. K. Sparks Emrcir
tv Hoard of uhllc In.lr..lInn lint twin lilT Or A haw:
Forodora and son and Mr. and I mother, Mrs John Christiansen.' Mr. and Mrs. W. O Engramand the tiullillKH ..only. an IN anti where :

Land Clearing Mrs. Sam Early left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grahamand family had as their guests I is.NoMd other than a eealod. Mil, will (MIFORD

of last week for their home In Junius M. Smith attended, Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Charles h* accepted and no hlil received. after JOAN
Stumping I the Rotary District Assembly In M. Snyder of Jacksonville. the hour of .1 10:no o'rlorlc am ,
Pennsylvania after spending a will ri-lve th. enstdsruillnnlb. of
week here In the home of Mr and I Marlanna Sunday through Mon Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling had County. Hoard of 1'ubllo InelrucT I SU-5U5.UASS

O Drainage Ditches Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. I day. Mr. Graham Is president of as their guests last Friday Mr. -tJon. ...,1 of Puhllc tnNtruitton -AND--. DAVID B AIl1ur

Mrs. Y A. Harris of Gaines-i the Starke club. and Mrs. J. L. Ogden of Pompano .. Hradford ("olin tv. Florida
Road Grading Mr. and Mrs. Elby Wlmberly II. I*. Morgan HncrctaryN'O'IK
villa spent Monday here visitingher enroute to their home from Hot \\I Vwiw

daughters. Mrs R. A. Greenanuf and children of Nichols and Mr. Springs Ark, and their son. Lee ,
I' and Mrs Carl Wimberly and C. Ogden and Marvin Ogden Jr.. M 10 t'itrtl'roltO.All
Mrs. G. J :McGrlff. fteraona having.; claims or demnmla -
Packham daughter of Gainesville were both of Gainesville. avalnnt. the *etat.; of r*. A. *
I George C. returned to lIawt .. ,
DAVE PAULa Johanaon tleeeaned. are hereby not.
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.B W. E. Plummer of Eau Gallic
his home at Thereina, last Satur- tried and reigulreil$ |o file their '
day after spending' three In Sullivan last week. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M rlalma In th. ,,'fl.-* of the County we.... !: *
years Mr. and Mra. V. V. Hazen and F. Hazen last I Judir of Hradford (""nv. Florida -
the U. S. Navy. In the County (ourt lint,,. at ..
Del. Starke or Contact Me at Crosby LakePJ family spent last weekend visiting .. .
., Mr. and Mrs. James B Godwin Sunday MRS accompaniedby Htark Klnrlila, within elirht calendar \ .. WALD
II Mr. Hszen's brother and sister- month" from the luIe of
and son, Jimmy, of Belle Glade I wife and children Patty first nuhlirnllnn vf Ibis police. ortha -...-----.-.--
I arrived Sunday night to spend' a in-law Mr. and Mrs. Alph A.i Ann and Ida Lou who had visited aam will heromi. void Chap. 1 "King 1 of hocketmenV Travelogue: "Ontario' land

two weeks vacation here visiting I i Hazcn of Orlando. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Hazen for sev- Insc to law lal Thin? 1-ovr Jnlv.*IB .."r..rd'i I Serial and "Lonesome Mouse"\ or Lakes" and "Toys will lie

j Sunday their daughter. Mar- eral days. Kit.cut rl* of the test %%' ,
Mrs. Peggy and at the State) Cartoon Cartoon
/ Tilley Toys"
... .
I'[ sha Kay, remained to visit for two Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr., Teatment of I' A. ""
Farm with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. oaaaed 1121 I
\)\\ SERVICE StORE Godwin. i weeks. spent several day. recently as the

Charles Knight Hollla Knight!i Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and guest of Mr. and Mrs C. A. Coggins Lgw71:; ;

PHONE 189 I sons Kenneth and Harold spent and family In Tampa.
Jr., Miss Nancy Knight and Mra,
last weekend visiting friends and Suzl and Stevie
State Roads 100 & 200 Merry Beth Smith and son, Cecil Panama Broadway spent k and choice j
relatives in City. several days this week In St. field Performance your ,
spent laat weekend In Daytona
STARKE FLORIDA Beach. I Mrs. J. T. Carol and daughter Petersburg visiting their grandparents f will be a II :",

OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M. Mr. and Mrs J G. Caldwell and of Plant City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Broad _ :
I Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas andfamilP way. They were accompanied by JOHN DEERE (:
daughters June, Peggie and Frances -
hut weekend
Mrs Nancy McCluer.Sen _
and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. .
I Mr. and Mrs. Earl George and and Mrs. Chas E. Johns and MODEL "' M"Th
Tubes Anderson, Jr. left to
Pure Tires Batteries Friday spenda 1:
I family of Orlando spent last week. daughter Marhlee Ann spent loutweekend
two weeks vacation In New
And Accessories I end with Mr. and Mrs. a. B Sul- In West Palm Beach
myrna Beach. They had as their, John Deer Model "M" U *:
livan. They were accompaniedby where witnessed the dedication .
guests over the weekend Pat McGrlff tractor that invites comparison.. [
t Mrs. Ida George who returned of the new Lantana Tuberculosis : ,I '
and R G. \White, Jr. .' ; In usable power in ease of handling "
home after In
spending ten daya Sanitorium. -
Let tI! SIL-I-KLEEN: car Mr. and Mrs J. L. Anderson Jr., Orlando relatives. i; and comfort for the operator.
visiting Rev and Mrs' Homer Swlndal!)
by the new Silicone process The new of Gainesville were guests last Sun- Mrs. Ovid Lewis and childrenand spent several days this week visiting : 'ft -<<'"i" In day-ln day-out economy In

way to lasting car beauty: $7.50 day afternoon and evening of Mr. Mrs. Harold Mills and chil- friends In Fort Pierce. ... 'et._; ease oi servicing it offers y ii&.

.WATERPROOF Corrosion ResistantLASSIFIED and Mrs. J. I... Anderson. Sr. dren will leave Monday for Tchula C ... .'*. extra: value.

_-- .--- .... and Gulfport Miss where they JivClub Board ., 4% .. In the Model "M" you'll find all'the
will visit friends and relatives i fundamental feature. which.

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION for two weeks. Has Luncheon I J .f.' have made John Deer. 2-cylinder"

Jimmy Hazen son of Mr. and At Lake I t ..,.., 1 Tractor. so successful' down

-I Mrs. V. V. Hazen, visited his Meeting I I I ; through the years-simple, rugged '
cousin. Billy Hazen, In Ocala this ;.,iI w J k .
The Executive Board of the ... S design proper weight distribution -

Junior 1 I extra: lugging power, aodL ,
0' PHARMACISTS week.Mrs. Woman's Club met at the .L .:J
M. Hazen of Brooker '
TO fll'Y Acreage on SINOEH SEWINd MACHIVB (" I Kingsley Lake home of the prl'e..1 other Built-in Touch-o-matio hydraulic -
|.iy Muni be high andJ.tartc 402 N Marion St, Lake City, Fla: !spent! this week here visiting her adjustable
ctitrol self
: available. Plate for NEW and I'SED Singer Uew- iden Mrs. H. H. Adams, t' .Ii' starter, -. '1
hI. private, caah Write log Machlnea. Reanonablu. month. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and day July 13. Luncheon was served -' t" ,.' ...: air-cushioned seat, ad- i
PTHilforrt County 'Ttol.- ly, term and eperlal Quarterly Mrs V. V. Hazen. t :
Ilt' from a linen covered table centered : '' JuslAbl..teerinQwheel.andatand.
turk Kill 210-7128iahma Kami-Annual and Annual term '
for farmera. Cojne In to ua Mrs. Jeannette Young la visitingMr. .l.!;.' .. .
coo with an arrangement of, $'.. ; tag platform are regular feature
bull wt. 1010: 1b*. or phon 880 or writ UN or free and Mrs. J. L Simmons In .ul.4 I
'h'd Branded, E with demonitratlona In your home. Orlando this week. zinnias. Guests were seated at e: .' -(1; :',,i.;.... 1/I/;. :. ..:J3' A wide variety oi ,Quik-Tatchv.

vrnntlnn 1-rnMlh, John. 125 for Whitehead return If Mrs. J. C. Larramore of Home- Individual tables on the spacious !1: )' p:, ,.vjli't: .' ,,\, "''tf :*> working tools, four forward speedsv;.

I'OI' Lake Fuller 4tp-Hill FOR FREFl TELEVISION:. IN YOUR. 'and returned home Sunday after sun porch. > I II i-II' "ir r. '(I! i i:., : :..w ;.km,, r.t1 and power take-off are other "If I
"tirHBJ PHONE sis' cha C. Officers! and committee chairman S
I itrailiiMe nurnea for Shepherd H..d". .. Seat CovernT. upending a week with her parentsMr. tot i ,6'ti. I.j ..;: jl"" : features you'll appreciate. Plan to
"''ly In 41 bed hoapltal V. Stark.. tf and Mrs. Elam Lewis I attending were Mrs. W. C. Powell: ;"' :tJW-"' '.L :J .,\ o.\\ ;.ft :..r-l.. ........ f. see the M" at work soon; see ua

11200 little I per Burke month., Fla. Phono North I Mr. and Mrs. K. O Duncan W I vice president; Mrs. 8. G. Denmark ;(. J .ii. ::t'y'1.o.i'i:: : : :: .; .iZ'"t ;;: :;; '\, for a demonstration. a' '>
1 secretary; Mrs. Vernon Sll- ;
it CARPENTERS spend hla weekend In Tennlle, Ga.I "j

t\\T.\ A KfCKVirn.erylce -. When you want it builtor They will be accompanied home by Jr.cox., treasurer; Mrs T. C. Hazen C. H. Nasworthy. General SuppliesEast t
folio. Phone loA.Hferrte their daughter, Miss Margaret I corresponding secretary; Miss'
repaired see us.
$H.rrlr. tfIE Lillian Stump finance chairman; "
-0-- Rose Duncan and Miss Sue Dun Mrs; D. t Thomas! chairman Call Street Starke, Florida Phone 198-J
SERVICE program
110.... S- ON-THE-MINIT
: farm with can of Gainesville who have been
!... All farmabl land tine Every Kind of Building \ ; Mrs. Roy Ward membership
I ml. n' of Lawtey.Itman :Wood Cement Blocks- I I visiting their aunts Mrs. Roy chairman; Mrs. Robert Grf'en.house ,
T 1"l box 192. Lxwt.r. ...rlth in Tennlle and Mrs Garland
SIp T-M or Concrete. All Work Parnell in Savannah. Mrs chairman; Miss Evelyn '

0108 REPU1I'F.PI'h. guaranteed.J. Day 64 Night i Smith will return for a visit in,I Stump, International relations: C :
I" All Model. I ; Mrs. Richard FowUr,
..., .. Starke Jlth the Duncans.
V-. C..HIIPPHBRnHAlLINO. nara.tttd. .D. Ricks & Sons -'" -v movie chairman. Unable to be S,

A lid.I ... Ctarke. .rh. S3tt) INQUIRE I present" were Mrs. Guy(Sale, social 1 .."- T' -

a SOS ST. CLAIR ST. chairman chairman; Mrs. C. L. Curry health Shop At DENMARK'S And Save Visit Us Today-Open An Account ,
of any kind I of The ; and Miss' Nina Bishop ;
J Ph.Jirkmn, Jk"r>n Tr n.- or Rt. 1 Box: 267, Starke The Management I citizenship cha'rman.
165 '
or 49W. U
TheatreAnnounces The following new appointments USE OUR BUDGET PLAN
"p..4f o lb. dunn white GOOD titlE!) UKNEHAL.!: ELECTRIC were made: Mrs. J. R. Chastaln, :
." Snln .Blip No (21 nn'flOre.n. refrlg-erator for .ale. Perfect run-! Jr., American home chairman;
UP log condition. Can b* Been. al Pride
... 11 i'..rn 808 Lafayette St, Stark.. with Mrs. O. J. Edwards, Jr.. publicity
<).PHfofRCpIC.1intn.A 2t-TI28 chairman; and Miss Louise Stern, Trade Your Old Mattress in on '
iHlII.;. n..1 SPECIAL 3-DAY ENGAGEMENTOF music chairman.
LEft C fHEPHBRD: HOUSE PAINTING don to fit your I
Modl.on Fr.* eatlmatea by area During the afternoon plans were : .
fit.., Stark pur.e. The Famous Home Comfort
Experienced and with equipment OF made for program', the Year Book
: Albert .Martin. Rt. I. Box lit. for the coming and swim.
L year a
Stark ming party to be held next month. Innerspring Mattress by 'Serta

't FOR SAUB-Houae of 11 room. *\ Prince of Peace It was announced that Mrs. Jim

Cash Prices Paid bath. S acreen porch**. Built- Cooper Is the new Club Spoiuior.
in ....blnVn.'lan blind. P*-

L RUTIN BULK ran.. F1I.nl.h..rt i for 1 art_I ((29.95)TEKMS) -
St.Stark. --- "
OR IN net H.. John.on. 111 Church 1IP I >. ('I...... <-.....>. 0....'.... (....,y.
ttarHtmt I. ( .......,.. ,is

; FOR PBNTLara: -* '.room BOllitllltlea I. KrnMln: M KlhrMan.: PlaIntiff .. Choice of Double & Single Size
, wiPECK: furntah'd, nrlvat *nt. ..- Krn; t M ICtbrldK, L'efenlant./
..._ Ph"ROIIW2. fan. No IIOOII
John W. Turner I n Starke tr* 1.. I> Oreen 1DVf | .>*4rr .( f>..."...... ".. .0.... 1.
P. I ......... s1.5TI, OP KI.OHIIIA' T MKrnmmt
" O. Box 463 I At.P'. _.nn0* hoti... ""'.""" I }.T. EthrMr*, ...h.... .**.,i4lnc
;ainesville. Fla. >n' floor. Venetian' blind". bathelectro and adilr.** la, RI. I. ft.,. I.U (M.ll.is FULL SIZE COIL SPRINGS
pin <1.orgla. j
..*,... _.. .r. 4 acre ,
'.. l I..n", CIt f......-. required" to appear on
">ort atra rh" "uo't: ;
".ne!' a post card and I ftla-dt on Hhwa. .. IAn .* nil. : 1. 1950. In the abov named I ICourt SALE PRICE
Htarke. IT *"" "*" and cauar wherein plaintiff 13.95Heavy
' of .
!Lome see 5tarl **k dlvorc and restoration of I
. you: John Children. Box 824. ,,.pW. maiden ...m.. trradford County
Telegraph ahall. publish$ the Order f
tf' ,.Irni"'nv"1 Porto Rleo .*._.T>. Ian. ........1.i r-1 trl,.hpotato In nest four. wkly. I..un. Angle Frame Numbers & Numbers of Coils
Hln.hi1""* ready at farm at Kdward Wltnea my hand and offUlal

'!fflULa.... road. J. R. o_"._aeed, i* ..\t InquIre,. -oti..>.i.. of .?.*.*.rAn "....' .tn*al,11)0OFFICIAL at) Htark. Florida thla July
ip t.Iqb'NOrTCE
0" 0..111.' ( BRA' I.) A. J, 'lhnmaaAu
.ft': Clerk said. Court Size PLASTIC PILLOWS
I-Thom of
. D".n Irove bunsalow and nd" ha"lnafowa'.. ,.fjrvr B" Myrtle T. r...".r, peputy Ol.rfc Standard f> __
on Halfurri "
V l" cull sm' <'harl*. R H..... ZU-". Guaranty
CIty r IItoelt-
limit .
i.,.".. with all ., 1401,1 If l.ir. Bid.. Jacksonville.' FloridaAtty WINDOW
,. near .chool Jama. : .. Jaa. 5.95
'. rt. 2. boa 148 Stark.. fop Kt. Pit !S-l 4 .. for Plf. 7121/ 4t sill

It .
, t- TILE I I.> flrevlf e.ms.Ne.dV.rd> f...tyrlxrttfat .
"R..r.1 Nu... AI...... I In fk..e.r.. Per .Pairnice
tD.ri.flc.\ u"lr..d.. Almeta Andrew (iQul,,. Plaintiff
,.:rlll. ('lInl". "It"Apply ifC W* l..tll .11 .....* .' .11. I. .M Sun. Mon., Tues. July 23, 24, 25 v.*...Jtoburt .1. O'tjuln, r'fnilnt 1.45 -0-
': AT aM'nlFlcm .. ..w etr4lUW- Order Of P.fcll_.t.. *.* 1. r": John.on Outboard PRICE: Hard TIle for baths k1tchefl.rntroog' *. I of Jesus Christ %**.... *'r"Tl or r-|...HIII/" TOP k '
.. nw' for The Rotten, J O'Quin. who.. r.ldnc -0Burn -- ,
.f. IImllh One Rr.llrnt" Tile i I. tTnknownTou : I Proof Tear ri ,
()n. pIntEun. donbl,. TH, portrayed in color ar* required to appear on @, Need ,
"I rif II..r' '">r. A.mlna-. Hooni much a' A.halt For the first time August II. 1*SO In th* ahov named Proof & Color Fat Do You A

!Strona: or. !beat. snn.ria. Cork Tile lJ_ol am y TUe rofirt .0d eau,;*. wherein plaintiff I je Nice Pair of PiJ-
.. J.weler. .. of .
.. eka reetoratlon
.,, dlvorc and ..
; ; See Them Today
I tpyr. Yard Goo Bur, etea" ... INTRODUCING GINGER PRINCEThe maldan' ..a...*. Hradford County Iowa 7'

Rent" ,norn he.0..to*. all fur- AI. PIeIaWk. CarSaf... Sensational New Sis.Y t1Ir-Old Star T.l.a-raph n.*t four shall weekly puhiiah l. u.this.. OrderIn .

N., .'' enuple or ESTtM-4TES. Witness my hand end official'
.r..;..:.:., MtCliditloner'lIdr..n. or pet.-I UP Call im for>FKCE* < > ...1 at Htark. Florida this JulyFlC1Af. .

. 1, -0JNEQUALLE1J' :( BAL) A J Tho....* I Denmark Furniture Co.
Hu..ldlfl.r.; said' Cuurtftr
:. .t.Th.tonly d" .v.ry PhM. of JUDD TILE cO. ( UNEXCELLED! Mrrtl. Aa T Beaver Clerk of Peouty ri.rli,
"Itary wayrv M. R. Judd
.... .
""ntlo OI..Bo- AI.t .. ... sta-J Greatest Story Ever Told PHONG 151 STARKE. FLA.
X 1.1, .. The ,. CtrrmH r. - U.. cabin. I """L" ........... I. ( ...._rr.
;: 4r. FOR RENTFurn. **,.r. Emil H.lvt lx>p.i, Ptalollff ca
; hot
' Knmere. lr..ti.r. ....I.. electricity l lIb. I I
Rt ..
: -l4iflS l'olm JMn.hur.l Tourist Court.
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JUL 21 19 5 0 FRIDAY,
)!l Lake A were in Atlanta, Ga. a- --
Wester of
Mrs. J. R. Crew of Jacksonville brother, Eston
Thomas, and children, Kenneth I Mr. and brother, BronWeater Jacksonville caller last week Save
and Goldla, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow day.Mr.. and Mrs. Wilson Green :I last weekend. I City, visited Brunswick their Ga., Sunday were Mr. R. Forsythe, Mr*. A. PHONE 218 Time, Work
BROOKERBy Marcia and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Mott of Rat- In ,
Ronnie and daughter
Thomas and children Carlson and Mr. B. Cunninghamand
I and Lenda Sue, Mr. and. Mrs. J. were In Jacksonville on business ford visited Mr. and Mrs. N. C'I Is COLONIAlFLORIST and Money!!
Iva> Mce Lewis and Mrs. O. A. Mott Saturday afternoon. Jimmie Crews, of Miami. sons.
R. Mott and Marshall Mott, all, and visiting Mr. :.. ) had
1 of Brooker. Plnholster, Jr. Wednesday Livingston Russ Is spending s: pending a few days with Leslie Elam Glisson. Jr. (Dago Pounds
Lewis ReunionA Mrs B. G. Miller of Jacksonville few day with his brother and sis. 3app. the misfortune last week to havea Of 'oar,
Church' Reunion Edwards ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs French of Jacksonville cow kick him in the eye. However 9
,I reunion was held at the home visited her mother, Mr Lottie Little Dickie Carroll Laundry Done
t of Mr. and Mr*. N. C. Mott SUnday New River Baptist Church was, last weekend. RUM of Lake City. is visiting his grandparents even though very painful II
H. C. Douglas was in Lake Cityon Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ and It seems to be doingO. K. Only .
a Merritt.Mr.
A greatly surprised Sunday Ira
I in honor of her family. business Saturday. and children visited Mr. and Mrs.Francis Mr. and I Mrs. F. L. Easterly, of Jacksonville FLOWERSFOR
delicious dinner was served atgoon Reunion after an interesting ser- Prof. J. A. Parker took the Russ of Lake City last and Mrs. Ethan Sapp visited spent 'Monday with her
underneath the beautiful mon was made by Rev. Truby Junior Ball Team to Hampton I,weekend. I Mr. and.Mrs. Pete Sapp of mother, Mrs. B. Cunningham.Mr. ALL OCCASIONS Minute ]It 11

shade trees In front of their home. Fairish, a hugh dinner was serv Lake Friday. They enjoyed it I Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hick visited Palatka, last Sunday. and Mrs Ray Forsythe 40 Washed SpoUe*
Those present to enjoy this affair ed. Those present to enjoy this much. Mr. and Mrs Sanford Hicks of Iy {
very celebrated their forty- 'lean-Rea4
with them were, Mr. and Mrs. affair were, Mr. and Mrs. Leaston Kenneth and Stanley Green enjoyed Starke Sunday.PINE quietly To tf,
W. E. Lewis of Plant City, Mr. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs Carl Ward, last week at Cherry Lake. fourth wedding anniversary Tuesday (j) Iron!
and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Guy Plnholster, Mrs Rosa Plnholster visited LAKE GENEVA July 18, at their home here,
:Mrs. J. L. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Alice Oliver Mrs Canty Mrs Lee Green of Gainesville last LEVEL Cunningham Mr. Forsythe U a retired B. & O. Cents Is All II
Tommie Lewis and children, Mrs.. William, Mrs. Mamie Gregory,, week. By Blanche railroad conductor,, and formerly DISH GARDENS
Bobble Lewis and two daughters.Mr. Mr. Mrs. Willie Mae Hazen, Mr. and Mrs Francis Russ and baby ny 1\..... IL M. McRae ) lived in Connellsvllle\ Pa. POTTERY 40 Costs! Try (Our
and' Mrs. Elam Lewis Mr*. Purvis Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. of Lake City Visited Mr, Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Forsythetad
and Mrs. Paul Faulkner, Mr, and Ted Duncan, Mr. Anna Alex Russ Friday. three children left Friday RED FEATHERPET POTTED PLANTS Service Soon!
:Mrs Edgar Wilkinson, Mr. and ander, Mrs. Mamie Clemons, Mrs. Mrs. Bill Plummer and daugh- Mire Shirley Hall of Jackson sight for a two weeks, vacation
Mrs. Grover Moore and son. Bu- ville Beach .U spending a few dayswith ) CLEANER
Tommie Johnson and daughter ters, Pat and Lou, of Eau Gallic with reatlves In Sonnellsvllle, FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
ford all Simmons of Starke and, Mr.son and Lamar Mrs., Edd Pinholeter, and Mr. Hadsel are visiting her sisters, Mrs Leslie her grandparents, Rev. and Pa, Mr, Forsythc Is employed by Keep your dog happy this summer The \WasheteriaS25
Jack W, I
Mrs. E. Hall.
and Alexander and family. Each one Green and Mrs. Malcolm Har- the Hudson Paper Corp., at -keep him free of all fleas and
Mr. and Mrs Herrhel Layfteld had a very enjoyable day. tell, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman of Palatka. ticks. Keep them oft. Nona St Starke
children Darrell Glenn Mil Reta Andrew Suited Starke, accompanied by Mr. and ) to !SEED! CO.I ._,. ,, Temple AnuueI
I and Bennie of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Connely and Mrs. Mr. A. J. Fender and children of Last report from the Finleys SISTRUNK (FEED 'J" ,_."
Lewis and Meed Mattie Miss Mary Mott and Mrs S. M. who on vacation, that they "
| Mrs. E. C. sons Lou Cook of Ocala were are 1
Pine Level, returned home last -1
,. .
and Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop''' guests of Mrs Mattle Eowell Frl- Mott last week. She left Sun '
day for Duke week after a trip to ,Silvia, N.C. ': : "
and Nashville\ Tenn. >
Mr. and Mrs. Alex William of I
Mrs. Lllljan McRao and grand.,
Jacksonville visited her parent
FOR YOUR son, Danny rtiining-,- and Mr.: I
frfTLHfo. REQUIREMENTS Mr and :Mr* Dave Green, last
weekend. Clyde Johnson all of Gainesville,
were dinner guest of the H. M.
// Pays To Trade With Sfadc / Miss Iva Mae Lewis and Mrs. McRae's on Tuesday of last week. FiARL
Charles Rabbit were united with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Myrick and!
1.ItOI'A '" the Missionary Baptist\: Church children of Culman, Ala.;; Mr. and INC'S
_. ,,: \ G.o'l.' .
here by baptism Sunday afternoon
J I GAS v AppllanC'Pa Mrs. B. M. Myrick of Gainesville,
-.-- and mother, Mrs Sue Myrick of: l
Mr. and Mrs. Q. W Davis and Lake Geneva, were visiting Mr.
SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc iie5 children are visiting: in Dundee and Mrs. Myrick Saturday. I
Ii and points south this week. Mrs. A. F. Hall and children
J Misses Mary Jones and Ernestine '
E. Call St. Starke. Fla. of Jacksonville, and Miss Agnes,
Russ were in Gainesville,shopping Jewell of Waldo passed through:
Thursday. this section Saturday on their wayto STARKE
Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Rues and Ft. Lauderdale.Mrs. HOME & Market
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Francis Robert Taylor and chil- OWNED Grocery FLORIDA
rr Rues of Lake City last week- dren of Olustee were visitors here

end.Brooker home by her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
welcome Mr. and Mrs. Saturday and were accompaniedH.
M. M. Gano to make their home M. McRae and Miss Shirley
here with Mr: and Mrs.R. F, Gano. McRae.
T Tr Mr. and Mrs T. S. Mann
Mr. and Mrs. O. W McRae were
daughters, and A. J. Mann and business visitors to Jacksonville. ,
daughters visited relatives In Saturday.

17 Lulu Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John Schultz and daughter, We Reserve The To Limit Call and Cherry Streets
Right Quantity-Corner
Mrs. J. D. Shaw and son. Le- Mildred, left last Friday for their
land, of La Crosse were supper home in Pittsburgh, Pa. after "
.. fruests of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. visiting friends here.
Mann Saturday night
'- Miss Betty Raborn visited rela- OVERSEA "FRESH" PINT THAT GOOD BAR

only the. FORD TRACTOR has I the tives Gainesville daughter Mr.In and\Ocala Mrs.Saturday visited three Wilson(weeks.afternoon.friends Green and In NEW By: Mrs.RIVER E. A. SappA Mayonnaise 33C P & G Soap 7c

Mr. and Mrs W. 'Newsome of
Starke visited Mr. and Mrs E. J. group of Southwestern Bible PARD BETSY ROSS TINT:
PROOFMETERNow Lewis Monday afternoon. students from Birmingham Ala.
Fred Cone of Miami visited were with us at Long Bridge
friends and relatives here MondayE. Monday night. Everyone enjoyed) Dog Food 2 for 21 GRAPE JUICE'19c
M. Lewis was in Gainesville\ the wonderful message and mu- ,
Standard ft !lI;=;:;: on : :jy t!::v Ford Trader on business Monday. lie they gave us.

ON PROOF Instead of Promises! Doyle Hazen and Clara Fay Ward Our community was shocked
of Jacksonville and Clara Thomas Tuesday by the death of one of
nf Starke were supper guests of our oldest and most beloved cltl-
about tractor: performance-before you buyor Best Blue Rose
Why guess Mr. and Mrs R. E. Hazen Sunday tens, Marion Moody. Mr Moody
alter you buy Now guesswork is no longer necessary! t night. h.ui;bjen.: Jiy'bad health for several!
The Dew Ford Tracto .Jroof-Meter shows performance, Mr and Mrs. O. W." Barry* *>-!slted yursbutYa \.taken worse: a.few Ibs.

efficiency' and economy tight before different points south 'last week' day ago add pissed away,In the RICE 3 :19cGOOD
your eyes on the dashboard. It will Miss Carol Hall of jacksonvIlle\ Starke hospital Tuesday after only :
pay you to see this Proof-Meter Is visiting Mr.- and Mr. Lloyd noon. He was loved by everyone
Dyal and is attending the Bible tnd will be greatly missed by all.
the Ford Tractor has itl
and Mrs. Jonnle Andrews
School which 1* being held at De- Mr. "A Knockout Price"
dan Baptist Church this week. and children of Lake Butler,
Dixie Equipment Co. Inc. Mr and Mrs. L. L. Parker were visited Mr, and Mrs.. Lester Johns'
In Jacksonville on business Tues Sunday. ___
logo 80. MaIn !!It. Oalnsevllle, Fla.' Miss Cosette Sapp, of Jacksonville
day.Mr, and Mrs. Buddie Lewis of visited her parent Mr. GRADECorned KOUNTY KISTCORN
Starke visited Mr, and Mrs.. Bud- and Mrs E. .A. Sapp, Wednes-

., Ale Russ Sunday. lay night and Thursday.Mrs. Beef Hash 3lc 2 for 21'
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry visited Thelma Merritt and ,


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Baptist ChurchThis Clerk of said Court. 1)71. --
South Tl JJ
.. : ni Kat. amitiiniainlnar ( HAL> A. 3. Thomas,
Ix-puty ctork Order f PwMlratlnai sail \tlre C..tpteis J .
Sunday 8Mrk., ...10.1.... ,. nr\IK or 'nill\ totl.llllan Name In which assessed more unknown or l lass As Clerk at said Court."!,
during the absence I : o.I : 1'y! Hdvon Crosby, Deputy Clrk. ((2
1-1 4t l- if a Kleanor; whoa* realditnrn All of aalil 1
of being In the ctina. ;
Rev. j R II.ss, tot-OS
L. D. Guaranty]
Haines. who : and addieva taut known I I. County of Bradford Htm of j-or-| .
;; [
Mrs. Haines .. llradfnrd <...t,.; linklnii.1 Motor Court O..kl.nd.I.'al- Ida. If. Building Jacksonville, Florid,]
IS atenclihR! the Baptist .......,.. ifornia: AU)'. for Pit. .-<0 4t 7M
World I'nltaa' aurhortlfl<-&f* or rorllfl.cat _
Alliance Plaintiff Ma-
va. You are required to appear. on
Cleveland. ReJ E.Congress In 'I, i Defendant.. Cam' Juli 31m 19rut" in. the abov .a", ..," .. *law* shall the b* redeemed ae..ordlnll't. NOTICHNotlo
tirop.rty drscrll.eit In
DuPre I| Court and cause. wherein plaintiffeek I such ti> debtors and rrdltoiof ..
Live Oak will\ be supply speaker |I! ; ":' .ll' n sad Klotlrv 'V.I 1 l .dlvoroe Bradford ('. 'l1 I,. si.M.corlirirat t.. the highest or centrical hlilftcr at will the the. "I.t. of Lillian May Oon
| (>K KI.OHII Tel
and deliver egraph shall publish this gwen Dodd. d..d. to tile
both Courthouse door youi
on the firm .
sermons on Sun. \ llrennan Whose r Hl-1 i next four weekly issues.VItn.s .lIl\lyor"j Mon claim aalnat the estate with SS.
I day In the month ,
day. .. Ixiilnicton'I '1 nf August, 1)SO.
la 147& \
RE'n'MEETING i I I Nw York my Florida! hand, and : which U the 7th day of Auicust 19oYr" K. I'orryman.:: County Judge of Bradford '
At The Tabernacle Rev. any City at Htarke. thla Jun l 50. County, Florida, within eight:
SATURDAY I DuPre is no stranger at : I| (OFFICIAL 8KAU> 10, J. Thomaa, 'IA (4> calendar month from the flrat,
TO BEGIN the First Baptist '' .. In appear on I Clerk of aalil Court. .. 'thIs ?Jri day of June> to.o publication of this notlc, hay In.+!
Church as he .,. In the above named I'v >lnvi. < > A. rk '
Highlights of the n Cronliy Deputy Clerkllreeii : oIh of claims duly sworn to, oK said claim
weeks' : o..n
has been 1
will ser. Circuit
meeting: begin regular ) e wherein Vlntnllffi A Court ITml '. nl .
i revival supply preacher : : I Oren Mtarke. Florida will b* barred by Statin of Limitation -
22. at the I vices at the Tabernacle Included for the last six I llradford County: Tel- All)' for I'lf. -XO 47at Florida. ..3u 4C 7.31 *. This June SOt h. 1890 ,

Lturdav ght,Methodist July Church two youth groups from two out. Rev. Haines was away.years The whenever choir ;; .ti'\I'u.: \| : thl H. I. Order In\ In Irenlt Conrt,-Hradford {.....,,., .. rirrnlf (.....-.,. nradr''''. (fount.1,I 8-.10' Frick *. Pod, Exsoutor.: '
gregational will be hand and official eenl r'lorlilHi. la < kaaverr.Keter Plorlitnl lit Ikanrvrr. ._. __ ___ 4t :
direction-of Bro. James standing Christian Colleges! In the under the direction of Mrs. I ... this July 5, IH50 Van, Sickle Williams, Platn-' IVirotliy M. '1'."...., Plaintiff vm
Ldor the Lucile Green with Mrs. Mona '. : LI A. J. Thonm, tic', va. WoodrowIUUnm. DfendKnt *. ('ccii Tannr, Hvrnidant.. fas* No.
church Is located South. Friday night the Gospel Canova Clerk of said Court. ("a... Nn. 7971.Order TiT. I'
The at the ,
I'e.ler Hammond. ..by. I".,nIlY Clerk. I of PnhlleafloH aoil Wotle .o Order .r I'tiMlratl amintl<-* eel
Team from Southeastern Bible A....... !NTlfK OF ... I
Brownlee road west of'larke. Sunday Htnrke Florida. Appear. ar\lr1 or* Fl.ollll Sep I"l.i'itIlt
n the evening the service :will 7-7 4t 7-8H \\ .. IVrll Tanner whose rrslienee and
iitrow William huH
v realctenoe
School :
Is Invited tc Birmingham : .j
The public Ala. (composed begin at 8 address In lith lrd.
p.m. and will\ feature and addreea 1 I. unknown! AV1 t'o.. m 711WELm
An all-day service. with of the four young men and congregational singing led ....... llradford.. Cusady. You are required to appear on Lewis' Washington: : i
ttend by the ...... .Tulv *1st. 1HBD. lii. the shove l nnmed" You are qulni.l. to appear on
nIt on the grounds will be heldnday their pianist) presented a, delightful piano-organ duo of Mrs Morse and ..,, Plaintiff I va. (otirt, and. cause, wherein. plaintiff July Slut I860. In the ahovi named
July O. Everybody Ia Mrs. Mann. .. Defendant. Case aeekn dlvorr Hradford' Countv Tel- Court. anil rails. wherein plaintiff
I program of sacred music egralh' i shall puiiiuh this Order In seeks divorce. rustndy and support
Welcome Sunday School ". .tI... and Motlr. Ie nett four weekly: laellea.Wltnee of minor rhlld. KYadford County
Dor18 Nlller. Secy. testimonies and message. I'' with gathers at 9:45: .: Or. KI.OHII To. my hand and official. neatat T..U..raph shall puhllHh this Order
E. C. Mann. Jr., generalI j ..Id. whose residence thai' 50 Florida, this June 3). 1150.( In nest four weekly I....*.. 1
SUnday afternoon the Bible i superintendent. Training Unions I I. unknown (tOi"rlCtAt. )HKM. A. .1.. Thomae.Aa Wltn.*. my hand and official. anal.
School Hour was given over to I .. to appear on Clerk of said. lourt. at Starke. Florida, thla Jun IT, 1950
meet at 6:45: Sunday evening.A In the abovo named fly Crosby, Deputy Clerk. i
a Quintet of young men from cordial Invitation ..., wherein Plaintiff. ly1l for nl': 6-30 4t 711rlrtltleem I- We offer the people nf Stark

Bryan University, Dayton Tenn. i Is extended to all from to the worship |; publish Bradford this'ounty Order Tel-In N..I. or ............ S. tiis(_ FREE !
They were the Students for Missions of the members : tuu..*. Nam and vicinity one .f the most
First Baptist Churchof hand and official Heal Notice la hereby given that thetntersigned. 1
Team For
from the Starke. | this July 5. 150. under. the provisionsof Prompt FREE Removal
University. Each one of these ( t\ A. J. Thomas, 10'.l".1. Ijiws of Florida.Arts of I modern and fluent equipped
fine students has Clerk of said Court. hr\t1. will regIster. : with: the Dead. Crippled, & Worth i
pledged himself Deputy ,'lerk. Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and less I
Methodist Cattle Horses welding ahopa anywhere.
for service In foreign mission ChurchThe Stark Florida. for PYartford County. Florida' the Mules
fields. 7-T It Ti fictitious i .: name or (Conway-l.lhby & Horn' All Work Guaranteed
service was also Inspiring _____ .
Flying Hervlc* under which wear*
and was enjoyed by all. First Methodist Church In I I mr., Hrodfor*) ('seal,. ena.asM4l and doing businvsa at Conway -
Several Students from ColumbiaS.C. I Starke Invites you to attend the ..\....,.. Airpark: Htark, llradfordCountv Call 132, Starke SMITH'S GARAGEAND I
Plaintiff V* Alice Florida! that the said hue.
( .) Bible College were present regular worship services on Sunday Defendant. Case No. (ness I I. owned and operated by the WE: ALWAYS COME I

at this meeting.At July 23. as follows: \ ) .........* asS %o.le* '. followlnaT I-ai-r Conway Interested Htark psrti.a'. Florida. : MACHINE SHOP "I'
the evening hour the Church School,.-9:43 am. Or FI.OR1UA '1'.. ...>ll.. I. IJbby, iltarke. Florid Florida Renderers, Temple Ave. Stark

was delivered by the sponsor.message He Morning Worship--11 a.m Rev. :; : :.I'.kVI; whose.tnla Beach reel-, e-II 4t 7-tl INC. 1..

Thomas O. Mitchell the pastor I N...... ., Apptleatloai for las. !>***) 1.f
spoke on "Heavenly: Fire. Spec- will j .. ... to. appear on Nolle I I..* hereby given that W. Hdlblev I )
ial music was rendered at both speak on the subject "Christ'sMarching In the above named the. holder of the following f
Too Orders", The Senior ". wherein Plaintiff certificates has filed said certificates .
[ late to Buy morning and evening services.On Bradford County Tel- for a tax: deed. to b* lsudthernon.
Friday July 28, at 8 and Intermediate Methodist Youth this Order In The certificate pppnbers Men's Clothing
p.m., Fellowships will meet at T .t\IIIu.\ and year of Issuanc., the. deacrlp- I iI ALVAREZ' STORE
Rev. Patrick Arnold will be the p.m. hand and official emil lion of the. property and the names Established 1894TRANSFEIt
esidknce Braglary guest speaker and will tell of the At the 8 o'clock worship service I .I.'''. this Ji>ly it. l U 50.I In which It was aaaesaed. are. aa follow .
Mr. Mitchell will preach a bio ( .) A. J. Thnma, *' .
mission work In the West Indies Clerk of said Court. Certificate, No. flO. Year of tsatl- v
Insurance bringing photographic slides to graphical sermon on "Simon Peter Deputy clerk an... May XI, A. D to III. ften'rip- ;
-The Big Fisherman". Follow ) Jr., SJ7-M City I tlim of propvrtyi! ict of NK<4 of
show In connection with histalk.. HKS, Hertlon iN. Township. S Houth,
Mr. Arnold has been here ing the evening service there will AUIrUBtln.t.T Range > Kast, .. .. a'res O.ALVAREZ&SON AND
Inquire ______ : j"O
now be a Fellowship Hour for all more lepe. Nam In assBi'il **- STORAGE CO.
and hls visit Is youngpeople .. ,
being eagerly an. r Hraaferd Coaatr Ernest Dell,
ticipated. In the Educational Build- I .........,.. h_ __ .__ Certificate N... 04 Year of Issuance
ing. I: Plaintiff va \ May21. A. 1> 54* DeHcrlptinn -
Mrllal Martin nf property: '. ;1..1 9 H 10 ft. b \Ve operate local
Charley) E. Johns CHURCH OF JESUS:: CHRIST "The Children's Hour" is held .* No. 7914 nf Iota 13.'HII."k"of Blk. till. Peeks :
.. .. .ss
and 'Voile (o Al.iIIi'n; to Hectlon *, Town .
Agency OF LATTER DAY SAINTS every Wednesday morning from '.1 OP .. t.OKhiIC Set ship (C south, lianaS3 east Nam' long ,
The Church of Jesus Christ of 10 and 11 for all children betweenthe Mrllnle Martin In which, assessed L, II. Harper. C anywhere In U. 8. I
and addreaa I. un Certificate No Ml. Year of Issuance I
I rhane IS STARKE FLA. the Latter Day Saints (Mormon ages of 6 and 12. I .. May II. A. 1>. 144 Description .
..uI.." to appear on Lot 15, I Indian EXCElLENT
Church) holds The
services each. Sun. favorite Psalms are being .,, In the above named ":arh .r.n. r.No 1. Hectlona in 114':,
day In the USO building on Nortl' studied each Wednesday eveningat I .*. wherein plaintiff Township 8 South Hanar II last. _ _ STORAGE
Temple Avenue follows 7:30 In the I Bradford County Tel- .n.. Hectlon I. Township I %
as : : mid-week Prayer nnhloii this Order In
... 10OO: a.m.: Sunday School. Meeting. : .issues FACILITIES :

....... .6:30.: p.m.: Sacrament service. Thursday evening Is "Youth I .hand. this and June official n.. 1UO weal i)1vi&) 4,

_itlni THB TRAVELERS Hartford The public is cordially Invited tc Night" consisting of recreation | HKA1. A. J. Thomas c1 Agents ForDelcher -
Clerk of paid Court. {
attend all services. and Inspiration. All
young O.bY. Deputy Clerk. 666 1
See first!
$40 4t 7-11 us
people are cordially Invited. II
Hradford (,......,.. Bro.. 'J
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor paneerr. __ -. >__ "IIJH .
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. QUININE [
Plaintiff i i v*. L.llllnn

B. E. !SimiiinnH D.n., Vicar Defendant Case! Nu. H ____ _-___ ,
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeJefferson ""- .. '
Sunday July 23-11 a.m., MornIng \ _ .'fl. "::14 I

& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Prayer and Sermon by the''t y's, ,.1 .
Vicar Administration of the rite ( '
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 ____ '
of Holy Baptism. | ____ "
H I The church Is open dully for : I

SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A. M.. 8 ::00 P. M. prayer and meditation. 1 I I : .. ''''1'' ', !

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:45: P. I.l'tJ1DWEEKSERVICE | .

: WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.l'l.nOTH Sunday Mass 9:13: : a.m. .

Sunday School 11 a.m. l
SERVICES SUNDAy'UEAR r' Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. I'A.. *'
-V .

,REV. J. E. DuPREE OF LIVE OAK dayBible Study Is every Wednesday l -- -- I
at 7:43CHLKCII:
A Friendly Invitation From A OF GOD

8th A: St. Clair Sts.
Friendly Church Is Extended To All Sunday School 10 a.m. _

:::- .__ ___-_ !J Sunday Morning: Worship 11 a.m. I .

Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p m

Y P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m :
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.mPENTECOSTAL l


10th St. and Temple Ave. : :

Sunday School 9:43: : a. m.: Morn ) ; .

t& REASONABLE ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangells. ; ] -- -. ,rI

tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone ...
attended with the finest of e,_, \\'i.
charges welcomn.HAMPTON. 1 .... \;:

sincere Serving bring to us the friendship -

I,. we serve.of the, great communities. which at* cw FEELING IS BELIEVING ;i'

By' Mr*. M. C. Sweeney "

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Varatlon Bible School
DcWITT C. JONES The Community Dally Vacation the eye does not tell every. broken, as Dynaflow Drive works for yourself and we're delighted '

Phone 7 Starke, Fla. IJhle School began a tea day see- : -not In this instance. its magic? to help you do so. ; 3
don on Monday with Mrs. Rich-

Funeral ard May as director, and a fine : it tells you ROADMASTER! is Even when you watch RoAD- Your Buick dealer wants you to ,
Director Ambulance ServiceOur
corp of capable teachers assisting I It tells you :t.' big It MASTER! settle down to along steep know about KoADMACTER! first I

local funeral home enables as to offer conveniences and In the Bible Study handicraftand : :; ; : the hand- drive it it
recreational activities. The if you watch closely, that pull and crest top.going away, wants you to try ,

service not otherwise available. school is being held in the First : beauty rides level how can it tell you what thrill ,our feel it out.

__n..irrs_ __r=sr-=-rrrrsrrrSSrSt SeqWI Baptist Church with several 1 even when road- spirits get from such ability? .I
It doesn't '
cost A cent to arrange
furnish and classes Including the popular sing. Ita'its wheels I fairly I ,
the highest type service at lowest prices '
ing groups being held In the adjacent ; :: : : And what can it say of the lift that's such a trial. It can do a lot toward
accept ANT' life insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT I | .
Methodist Church auditor- yours traveling in a beauty that opening your eyes to the day's
company as payment la part or In full on a, funeral. 50 children '
ium. Approximately catches all swivels passing highest standard of fine-car feel
: .
- Consultation carries no obligation.If from ages 3 to 12, Inclusive are & may even Indicate how eyes :
attending with Interest and attendanCe $ lolling comfort there is here heads, marks you by its very lines and fine-car action-not to men :.

- growing daily. Ladiesof ; wide-open. freedom passen as traveling in as fine a car as any tion "why pay more?" prices.

the Community serve refreshments driver know in this gay man can ask for?
at the mid-morning recess. How about seeing your dealer right f-

Your Roof LeaksDON'T Hours of the school properare N. you have to feel sway? .. es..- ;
from 8:43: to 11:00: am. She 1 ': :..J ,(1. .;

I CUSS SEE US! was director of a similar cour.ehere can the eye tell you how c t

two years ago which was oil the .
touching 'great
highly; succrsHful. Her asMstants Only OVICK baa CqiajOWs Xfe/r* *ad.vrltlt it 704.4
that's under this broad
r In this work are as follows: Mrs. H/OMf*-COMM$ION rir.o.ll r>,lr-. (.....*.4 a.**''* '"'.. o.g''".'. (N*.. M 3 *"gl.( In Surt

No Leak Roofing 81 O. B. Hicks. Mrs. Eugene Blrt. ? "'.....) HIW.f11l STYlING, adS *Ultl. UAO faran-Mir. _.| jg5 Sheds.,. "rfovbt* ,

Zfrs. E. G. Saxon. Mrs. E. D. Allen ...obeItilllgkli/ WIOI-AMOll""''''", tI._p row/ pies aln nv...wi< end Back e rlA"'c "

Mrs. W. A. Saxon Mrs. Joe can it reveal I the silken, HAHOf HZIf !.. *_*. bngA for eWer par Hug end 0ar0 i0 4orl Ivraeta raaVvi IXJ5A. '

Asbestos Siding Co. McKowen. Miss Josephine 'Thomas surge of oil.cushwios MATS cradM ...**., m. .xf e JOrf .UtCK HOI, ,..: **.mU" .pnisg/ne, fanAM nan", \

Miss Margaret Hall; Miss Lu-, take-off-smooth,'.ilky, un ..........-. *nx, rWe.rfe.orw9 f orqv*.fee* WIOI Al5A, Of MOO" wrtn loci, .fSnnrforrf 'bAev.
Starke, Florida rile Hall U time keeper; Miss
, Ph. 144 335 Temple Ave. Box 691 Sylvia May and Frank Brown' I : BIt OAOMAiri, tfHaml' MM ..*> BIt furl W SffCMl sraoWai

- have charge of handicraft work; j
Flannelgraph ,
Miss Norma Sweeney ". -

All Kinds of Building & Repairs Storiea; Miss Doris Parker Oa2za t
and Miss Joan
recreational leader; S
freeS. ( i i21 ,

Sweeney. pianist.A ( .*.... ; ,

Plumbing & Electrical Work team of Gospel Singers bre .. jjLYA.S ;

brought inspiring music and a ., 1)1) .. :
) makM
special message at the Sunday,
\ _.'.
Building of All Kinds
Siding morning service at the First : I II
Christian Church. They were
representatives of the Foreign : i

FHA LOANSNo Missions Fellowship organization. ;
Among Hampton folks attend r : t ; : I

Down Payment t tpREE ing the Salvation Army Band Con- I
cert at Camp Florida. Sunday afternoon ,
- were: Mr. and Mrs. 1. Green Buick Company I

J. Wynn. Mrs. 0.- P. WadwOrth. : l

Estimates ,- Work Guaranteed I Lynn Mrs. T.Hall C. Cha.Mr.taln.and Mr.Mrs.an 'H.Mrs.D. l I [ :

C. A. Cox
and :Mrs.
May. Mr. I, 225 Ave. Phone
!Mrs. J. 1. Williams Russell WU-' : Temple 226 Starke, Floridawiiv

L I liams. R. C. Gray. Emory and' .... Frank Brown 1\frs. it C. Sween-I I I j." f'\I.l.R1I\ IUICK ftiU suitS THIM "-I, _. ..

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UUL 21 1 950

FRI\ .
rAGE GHT I !, .'Lt,

I ing her sister, Mrs. Roaie Gibbsof also
BPW July Meeting reation Hall.Following. County Commission Plans Budget Increase Barney Andrews I Jacksonville for a few days this delphla.pend Iome

Held] At KingsleyAt the business session But Hopes Tax Levy Can Be Kept The Same !I I To Be Ordained Loca News : week. for an and Interview will gob Y

wieners and all the trimming Mr. and Mrs. Clyde' G. Colson a88lgnment e

the July meeting of the were enjoyed out-of-door by the (Continue rom page 1) spent this' .week visiting friends In some fOIl!,
Mr and Mrs. Junlus Smith and, In Salt Springs.,* i w* '
'J3tark Business and ProfeeeionalWoman's member preaent. August meet- Timber and other Material for Bridges and Culverts ---. 20.000.00Coat CARD OF
Club held Monday eve- Ing hostesses will be Garnlta Hut. Right of Way for Proponed Hard Roads ______-___ 2,500.00Conatruction family have returned to their Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Colson spent We wish te, 111.\\\
several in Jacksonville
to, Helen Malone and Maryon Ar ____ ___ 2,500.00Incidenlala home here after spending Tuesday attendingto and express
Lake appreCiation
sling at the Kingsley Lake home of Drainage Well In Sampson weeks at Inn. business. laq'

of President Pauline Torode plan nold. ________________ __ __ ___ ______________ 1000.00 Keystone. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmitt friends who "oven 10

were made for a supper and bingo Mr. and Mrs J. R. Chasteen, Reserve for Contingencies ________ -_______________ __ 1,00000 Caldwell Pat McGriff left Wednesday and Miss for June New and daughter are spending a vacation Our the recent illness asi

party to be held on Saturday' Jr.and, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee spent TOTAL, ____ ___ __ ____________________$ 73,00000 Smyrna Beach where they will with relatives at Flora- .o.GreenThe beloved mother III\
August 19 In St, Edwards Rec. Tuesday in Jacksonville. I POST WAR PLANNING OR Bl'lLDING) FUND __ spend several days with the J. 0. home. rhlldren.Remington .

Erection of a County Jail _____________?__.-______-_.$ ti.OOO.ou: Ou U Caldwell family. Jack Abel will leave the first

Reserve for Contingencies, _____ __ ___.__ ______________ 100.00 Mr. and Mr.. Herbert Deal will of next week for a visit at his Rand Por1ali.

FISH TOTAL _.______________________ __* 65.60000 |leave Friday for Jacksonville Beach I home In Ventnor, N.J. He will the writers' Bradford and Adding IIacr,

(.'OL"N'J'SEIt'JCf.: OFFICKK: FUND where they will be the guests of 'OSIOT1CR T

Salaries __ ______'-________ .___________________?._-_$ 1.620.00 lhalr"u' their brother and sister, Mr. and I
,MAGNOLIA MARKET Office Supplies & Expenses' ___--______--__________. .... 80.00 Mr A. M:; Petty of Macon, Ga., sold Notice at public I. IIu.tlon hereby 011 given the ht that day the of Aus-u..t followlnlll", 1960 d, u'net I

Reserve for Contingencies ___________________-__.-.. 100.00 in their home at Ponte Vedra. of Bradford cet ,oppo"Ite State of 10 p'iorlda the same to, together pay the amount tnc s4r f eq'..,..

201 EAST CALL STREET TOTAL, _____ ______--______________1 1,800.00 Mr.. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas had Underto .. with all ''Mb: otrroq( ,
RNerlplloe T. R.
HOSPITAL FUND l as their guests Sunday their son SWM of SW'. of SWf, Set Oevr

Open All Day Thursday Hospital Expenses for Indlgenta _________-___________-$ 5,000.00 1, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A In SB Cur of SWfe .
I T !O
of SWVi 11
TOTAL ___. ..__ ___ __ ?____._.$ 000.00 Tf. C. Douglas and son, Eddy, of American M'' 1n Tunc Oil
r t ,/ Brooker NWV4 of NWV4 Ex 1 A N
Court be
the Clerk of the Circuit
It was therefore resolved that
of IT T t0 38
WE HAVE A SPECIAL PRICE TO directed to have the foregoing estimates as made by the Board of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. fowling: had ny. 11111111 Amt'rlran, In' run r 011
ALl. CHURCHES CLUBS ETC. Andrews will be ordained as their guest this'week Mrs. N% Of Lot 1 Ex 10 A W
County Commissioners published In a newspaper in the County by one Barney of By; 11 T 10 11 "' n
For Bar B Q Fish Fries ..Insertion', and a copy thereof properly certified, forwarded to the Into the Gospel ministry Dowllng's brother Eddie Matthews Amj-rl. In. runt Oil||
of Palatka. R.
on Sunday July 23, at 3 P. M. I In I KEI.cr
of the State of Florida. TaJ. t'
Comptroller Mrs. Is visit x nlirbr;
the Brooker Baptist Church. Virginia McKinney '
Paper Plates Napkins Forks & Spoons Bradford "ou'ntr,
i I Mr Andrews attended the Baptist

Call your order in Phone 2J3II. Guardsmen LeadIn Rites ThursdayFor Institute at Lakeland for the

Second Half Mrs. DrakeMrs. past two years. During this time
A. COLEMAN he was In great demand for supply CENTER-S CARPENTER CA ''PENTER-S CAR

Of Softball ScheduleNational Sarah C. Drake, 74, a work, having more opportunities to I ::
resident of Starke for the past, ten preach than he could nil at tlm ..
Guard who occupiedthe years.. died In the Starke hospital He ...was licensed by the Brooker
cellar in the first half of the Baptist Church on December 29,
Monday following a heart attack Helena
City Softball League, seems to be I Weekend Fountain Rubemtein'gAIDS
She born In Fayetteville,
FOR SALE redeeming Itself In the second half I Ga., June 20, 1876. 1948.Mr.. Andrews wa. recently call ., TO SUMMER
and 1 Is the field with ,
now leading I 'DAINTINESS
ed to be pastor of the LaCrosseBaptist SPECIAL !
three wine and no. losses. Suford Surviving are daughtnll.Mrs.
(Lawtey) la runnerup with two Cecil Thomas of Starke, and Church. Apple Blossom Deodorant

STARKE wins and loss. Mrs. E. E. Griffin of Fitzgerald.Ga. Cologne
no .; one brother, Jerry Hewell of I .WHOLE TOMATO 1 1 1.I 1.
The advent of the rainy season Heaven Sent
Jacksonville; one son James R. DeororantHonestToGoodness
W.C.T.U.AMERICA I Stuffed with Delicious
threw the second half schedule
METHODIST CHURCH BUILDING Drake of Detroit, Mich three .
out of kilter at the start, but sisters, Mrs Maude Johnson; and I Cream (Tube) . i&I

AND A PORTION OF james were resumed last Friday Mrs. J. W. Aiken both of Atlanta CANNOT BE PRESERVED (Tube) . I
night when National Guard defeated CHICKEN SALAD
and Mrs. Mary Whiddon of New- IN ALCOHOL! Apple
THE EDUCATION BUILDING Humphreys 3-0. and also BlossomHeaven
burn, Ga. nine and|
; grandchildren Levltlcua 10:9-Do not. drink
took the measure of American Legion Served with Tickles and Saltines'
127. eight great grandchildren.She nine nor strong drink. ... I Sent Toilette
was a lifelong member oft I Proverbs 0:1-Wine III a mock-;
Last Saturday night American the Christian Church. j Ier, iitrong drink I III raging. ,. With Atomizer i.8j

Must' be removed from premisesFor Legion forfeited to Shuford 5-0 Funeral services were held tn j I, Proverb 31[4-It I... not good I 50c Heaven Sent

while the Alvarez va NationalGuard the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Thursday for king to drink wine, nor for ::: :
game was rained out. afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment princes strong drink. Body Powder .. ,

Monday night saw a tight game was in the family plot In I I IwUah 21:9-They Khali Mot (Prices Plur Tax)

between National Guard and Hercules Manntown Cemetery near Glen St. drink win*. .. _.
resulting in a 7-8 win for
For Further Information Mary. I Isaiah 28:7-The priest anal the
the Guardsmen. Alvarez defeated
Contact Board of Trustees Humphreys 10.,. Prophet have erred through strong

Starke Methodist ChurchT. necessitated A general by schedule the withdrawal revision was of 'King of To Kings'Coming Park i drink.Ilabbaliuk 2:15-Woe to him Effective Monday, July 2/, 1950 our stor ewill remain open un

SMS from the League, and the that gtveiit his neighbor drink til10:00 P.iJl. to render you complete service in all department
II. Slade W. II. Nollman L. A. Davie.r For Three DaysCecil that puttent thy botl to him and

Guard departure for Saturday summer encampment.The of National. makmt him drunken. ... This is in keeping with our policy to render you competent courteous ''

revised schedule i Is as follows: B. DeMille'a ever popular Luke 1:15-For he shall be greatIn service at all times. Stop by and see us.CARPENTER'S.
"King of Kings" will open Sun the sight of the Lord, and shall
Friday, July 21: Legion vs Hercules .
and Shuford va Guard. day for a three-day run at the drink neither wine nor strong
Park Theatre. This is one of the drink.
Saturday, July 22:' Alvarez vs '
most famous religious picturesever John 4:14: -But whosoever drink
Hercules and Legion vs Humph. 1 filmed and i is now being reIssued eth of the Water that I shall give

r Free! Free reys.Monday- July 21: Humphreys by popular demand. him shall never thirst ,
Hercules It Is the simple Christian story, (COPIED FROM TRACT BSAME Y
and Shuford "
va Her
cules. portrayed with reverence, beauty, TITLE) The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled"

Mond and great power under the maeter-
y July 31t i Alvarez vs '
Legion and Shuford v* Humph{ ful direction of DeMille. I'
/ Among the _records of the world'

July 22nd 3:00 P.M.A reys.No games were scheduled after I! moat tremendous Historical events,
-- : Monday during Jhe week of the 24& I I and in aU the greatest writings
to allow time for night of all times nothing even remote AnnouncinBIGGEST
games to
PHILCO be played in the American Legion ly approaches the awe inspiring
Junior Baseball tournament. magnificence of the story of Jesus
of Nazareth, the King of Kings,
MAHOGANY CABINETTelell'soll whose words and deeds have swayed
The Prince of Peace'la humanity for almost two

Noted Religious thousand ear..
The people of Starke and sur'
Set Film At Florida rounding area will welcome th

showing of this remarkable film
Acclaimed by ministers, priests, beginning Sunday.Swimming TRUCK
Register before 3:00 P.M. rabbin and people of every faith
At this time for Its non-sectarian (I,
the Philco Television Set will be given away. its vital story of brother love,|; Classes OPERATINGECONOMY

"The Prince of Peace", portraying i To Begin Monday
the life of Jesus I I
: '" Christ, comes to)
the At Strickland'sJack ]
Florida Theatre Sunday for a

We think that now is the time to ,buy one of our three-day engagement [ Trawlck, Red Cross Water STUDY /

beautiful Philco Refrigerators, while they last. over With 100 a cant of 3,000, Including Safety Chairman for Bradford ; -
Use our easy payment plan. parts and a new
six-year-old County announces that swimming
SPEED QUEEN WASHING MACHINES Ginger Prince, this actor film sensation Is said toj,)I classes 2at& will Strickland'begin- Monday, July EVER MADE "
have landing on
appeal for
PHILCO RANGES every member of
Lake. ,
STA-RITE WATER PUMPS the family, In spite of the grandeur Kingsley
The will
begin each
of its
theme, It Is
simple, human story of primarily a afternoon, Monday through Friday .
people who everyday at 4:30: o'clock, and are open
C. H. Scenes In the seek film peace, photographed of mind.,, for all ages from six years up.

Nasworthy, General Supplies i In color against the breath-taking, Instruction will be available for
beauty of the Wichita non-swimmers; as well as those
who. can swim but would like to wl.w-..
E. Call St. Starke Phone 193-J 'unmatched are thrilling In their Improve their form. There Is no lc + '-
sweep and
The grandeur. charge for the Instruction. a .
Inspiring ill
musical score Is rendered I pjMI
In order to be in senior lifesaving -
by a symphony orchestra <
and the 80-volce Hallelujah : the swimmer must be at I Ise
least 18 years old, and must beat 1 lr
J EXTRA SPECIAL! I of Story Peace"highlight la the bringing in "The together Prince least 12 for junior lifesavlng.

of two brothers-one a minister Each class runs for two. weeks, ..j.k
and one a bankerafter and the classes will continue for
t AdlehnZ their the remainder of the 4
feuding for 25 year., by the little summer.:

girl who teaches her unclea the full length version of the Passion ..tJY

'"', true meaning of "brotherly love". Play, entirely In color and using :#fJ
The film Is the .
screen's first 53 Bible tableaux.
id.oi/r l ld /
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-=9 tm = --1 I II thousands of trucks from ':'tao
WITH ACME PARTS THE 11t Vrt r 1'''' to 145-h.p. Big lobe p.do
r. .. $ '1 '
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I I II \ tlwoughout America. Woldi (a'
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I 'I The Family FinishIB )0"

p This month, thousands of Ford Trucks of for everyone to see what Ford a1**

,. +tM.IlM, every size and type, in every kind of trucking known right along. Ford Trucks doper
Ov'NG I duty launch the biggest truck operating dollar in your buainea.business. III
I :: : pR economy demonstration in truck
Can wash and I Iron I .
you fur
week? your family for a* little as$ r NO' the Ford Truck Economy Runt! Ford

GaoU The operators of these trucks will Economy is one reason why

I 0...' ... a..dred "... -.e.tv. d.. ........ ., accurate record of allS!'and oil conuumed keep, fa America'the No. 1 Truck Value.andmor:"J
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, (: teeJ Vasto Call 2A-J and ask for our route a*.h>iinuifi to call on you for free FORD= TRUCKS LAST LUNGE

; pick op and delivery servloA.'
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f, ,':I 412 W. Forsyth SU Jacksonville Fla. I I'r II I Of. lneur.ne..ap.rfe pr_. Peed Teveke .kd Iong.,1

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CITY ... -- ._-..... STATE ,--- .. -. I IS-J Free Pick lip Delivery Starke.
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