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 28, 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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rotrqIo listrict Tourney BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPROfficial .

nidiF G I nder Way Here

li 11II County Publication
will be the center of mf Legion baseball'1'' team r- Established In 1879
i.rke of
f:t ,t American Legion Junior I they are mighty proud and which, VOLLMs, S 'V .sT\' O :-

.ball i fsrns this weekend and citement Is pretty high over the ex _. -_._ --_ ST.\UK":. FLOUIIU. ,,'umn: .'LV :eit. 19 O
MU district and area tour- prospect of the Post 56 club --- -- NVl\IB .

Jnts, ar played< on the local ing In the area tournament play next I Lions Accept Rotary's Challenge --

and. week. New Owner To'Make
district tourney got under "One Kingsley'B
of the
e special h
night with three: of! To
Thursday the Softball
tournament, Game
I, -.Starke, Gainesville, and 0.partiCIP9tT according to a In 'Ladies Wear'The
,. report from Coach Herb Thomas
Outcome 'of i Is the Outstanding Resort
umpiring. President Earl i In This
elimination was nolM I Starke Area
double Bussey of Lions
the Florida State League I Club at its the Lions and "Swifty" Dowlingwill
time yesterday,,
at press Is sending the umpire-ln-chlef meeting in the USO Wed
of:I catch. "Tiny" Noegl will
I fans have high hopes I his ne day 1 _
Starke circuit, Lyle Buck( of night accepted a (challenge function .
Palatka. (
more less The
or shortstop
at head
) of
$ what
the l local nine will emerge i to officiate from the Rotary Club la believed to be the largest
in to
t the
a softball painting
games. Base 'land with few
and thus be one of the game to be a more dark ;" ..J.JI contracting firm in the world is the
lorlous, umpiring will played here
participating In the area M. West be handled by R.I I near future. In the horses in the Lions' stable, the Beach. new owner of Kingrsley
l? police umpire of Rotarians
Jack- will have plenty to
Jney which begins here August In a transaction
II sonville. The I
accepted on one con- worry about when this "battle of, on July 7. George Laria
__ formerly of
'A. J. Thomas Jr. dition-that the game be the century" Ambridge, Fa., bought out the
start at 7 P. M. and Post 58 Com played comes off. K : i"L D. holdings of VVm.
:,1 games i In ladles Cordray, including 900
meet will continue mander, announces that after the clothing They figure The date of the game has not yet feet of lake frontage, for $55,000.
dutrict district the Rotarians will get all been announced i \ 4t When he completes his extensive
Saturday night. tourney this weekend tickets : tangledup and will depend I I program of improvements
4 he
ugh be I in their petticoats and thus somewhat hosv % will have $100,000 invested ,
on takes in
may purchased starting long lt\ k the popular
tarke has gained much favor- be no match for Bill I r" 4 ra Is told the resort. Mr. Lar-
this season by vir. Monday for half price, good for the fast-paced. Graham, president of the & :' .i Telegraph this week.

TEI. of publicity Its highly successful Junior the 'hree nights of the area meet !I Lions Rotary Club, to work off enough I I -4-, -'re ,. Under its dynamic new owsjer
ext Coach weight to yL >
week. Into
Jimmy ladles
Hobbs get
They some
are crtfSale at' was Kingsley
which has won a total of appointed Beach Is undergoing
Koch'. and Alvarez Store. clothing. It Is hoped that it wont Kingsley a
Thurs- I manager of the Lions Popular face-lifting
ut of 14 games played. I be too operation that must
long. however
of last week the Post 58 boys The area meet will get underway team and Is planning to pull plenty has for Graham > be seen to be appreciated. A

ated Tallahassee 19-1 on thee Thursday night, August 3. when of surprises out of his hat. "Shor he observes gone on a strict diet which k I fleet of carry-ails, tractors bull- ,

'1 field, avenging an early Madison American Legion Area Commander i'i ty" Gay will probably pitch' for I In leap year.every fifth Whitsunday ; Even In 1902 machine i dozers, ten trucks, and a ditching
son 20-1 defeat at the handa of Koontz receives the first are among the heavy

capitol city lads. The regular ball pitched in by Earl Bussey, ): I ., equipment being used to trans ,.
,on play was ended Tuesday president- .of the Florida .State: I t The development now In progress form the area into an even more
Een the Starke nine journeyed League. City Ups Fund Starke Guards at Kingsley Beach calls to mind i inviting playground. Twenty car'I I

I. Lake Butler and loat a tight Participating in the area .will be that the Telegraph as far backas penters and painters are busy as

t to the Union County boys 13. Lake City Police Post 153 of the turn of the century-even beavers remodeling, redecorating,
Jacksonville, and the winner of the For Health Unit Begin Training I IStarke's "I before- -has been singing the pralsea and generally modernizing the of.1
of this
, ;n his column of July 26, Joe district here this weekend. The delightful spot existing buildings. i

d,' mgaton Jacksonville Journal The team winning the area tour.,j The City Council met in regulai: the June following fl, 1902 issue news of item from be The existing 700 feet of pier will ;1
rII editor. said: ney will report to Wauchula onj I j session Tuesday, July 18, wttt National Guard outfit, graph Is Indicative the Tele. by 1,500 additional ,
of feet
the and J
Interest six
Folks in Starke have a Junior August\; for the state meet. j t the following members present:: Hq. Co., 2d Bn, 124th Inf., pulled In Kingsley Lake the more cabins will be
1 James A. Lewis, Chairman, L,. Into Fort Jackson. S.C..early Sun- the pImple of Starke on part of,' 12 constructed, bringing the total to 111.
even at that available for
O. Hazen William T. Jackllo .. H day morning to begin two weeks early date: 'I A weekend visitors. i
verely Crippled Children Will Benefit A. Bishop Jr. and P. L. Bridges, of Intensive summer training. The, \t<," TO mritOVK) HIGHWAY from hard-surfaced the drive will be built t 4

om Unique Encampment On Crystal Lake Motion was made by Bridges I I trip was made aboard air-c<>n-l I '," iiarkt. and Klng..lry Lake Road: through the highway making a loop !
that the City raise the donationto t dltloned Pullmans. a convenience] ",I, C'nniNiny. tensive property, and an ex: 'f,

|?"ire 20 severely crippled chil- dren will be accepted from other the Bradford Health Clinic, envied by those of the 7,0001 t ..... Citizens of Starke| have awakened I, paved. parking The beach area will also be :"

n-with preference given to counties at the average cost per from $150 per month to $175 per r Guardsmen of the 48th Division, *( 5Mw :... .4 to the fact that :within five p and widened Is being improved I

kw afflicted with cerebral palsy child for this special camp. I month for the ensuing year. Motion who traveled by truck. ,I ,JOSEPHINE AND GEORGE LARIS, the new owners and miles of the corporate limits Kings.! mately 23 feet across to approxi

nill enjoy a unique two-week The special staff will consistof was seconded by Hazen and I The Starke contingent enjoyed t 'operators of Kingsley Beach. They are now in the midst of ley lake offers the loveliest, coolest waterfront. the entire : ,

ping experience beginning Au- director, physical therapist, carried by unanimous vote. an early Sunday breakfast attended -' large scale development of this popular 'I' and most restful health-renew: "We hope .,
st 13. Camp Crystal Lake been nurse, dietitian specialist in cor- A petition containing about 42' church services and made)I. report. ing summer resort in the world, looking nice to have everything ,
Starke and Keystone Heights rective exercises from the College names was received from color- their tents as comfortable as 'pos- With water clear as crystal having Laria by Labor Day." Mr. t
I be used and children from sev- of Physical and Health Educationand ed people living in the section sible.The clean, sloping sand beach, fed underwater His plan include "
by t
to twelve years of age will be Athletics University of Florida known as Pleasent City with a schedule on week days Is Suit Is Settled Hercules Leading Inexhaustible mineral springs un night swimming lights to encourage '//4:

utered with all expenses paid and several counselors. request for City water. The City more rigorous.. The local unit, a der the surface of the lake always for tours a Heat of boats W'

m funds derived from the sale Those with speech defects will Council advised them that it was headquarters organization I. composed cool and refreshing, men, women I a children's around the lake, add \

Easter Seals. Application be helped by a clinician from the customary that when water was mainly of specialists. First Out Of CourtA Softball LeagueHercules and children simply shout for joy playground. ,',,1

nks may be secured through Speech Department University of furnished beyond the City Line Sergeant Robert Drake handlesthe as they plunge and swim and sport I perlanca Having had considerable ..x:1::1

I y health department of the nineties Florida. Emergency medical ser" the City also furnished the electricity company administration. Master 'In the clear, silvery wave On I In such operations, Mr.
In the organization: A, vice will be provided through arrangements and asked that they make Sergeant J. T. Kirkland ia the suit for $50.000 damage soared to top position I a bright still day a shining nickel I Lana brings to Klngsley Lake the :f

hull, Bradford Clay Gilchrlst: by the Alachua County another survey to determine,.operations and training sergeant. : brought last August by W. H. In the County Softball League can be seen thirty feet deep down I experience and the funds with I

'y, Marlon, Putnam and Union Medical Society. There will be whether or not the proper number -' Sergeant 1st class Seeber D Newsome, local dairyman against (second half) this week with a: In the beautiful cool depths. The which: to transform the shore area. t' I

by writing Miss Janet Wells, stand-by hospital service. The would use the City l'lectrlcltyi Goodman uses his skills as a Foremost Dairies, Inc. was this record of four wins and one loss lake Is about two and one-half r Into one of the greatest recreation

mp director and84cretary of Psychology Department of the before they gave. the answer on, service center operator in a well- week settled out of court for A National Guard and Shuford I miles In diameter and almost per. and resort spots In this part of r

Society Recreation 'Center, University will assist In testingand water. run motor pool. Sergeant 1st consideration of 9750. (Lawtoy) were In second place, fectly round. It sparkles like, B I he Florida. Up until two years ago \

nervUle. counselling. I Motion was made by Bishop class Merrill Edwards heads the In his declaration' Newsome alleged with 3 and 1. American Legion I, gem of light and lite( upon an elevated club was owner of a popular night t

This camp project sponsored Miss Florence Schenck, physical, that two sycamore trees in frontof communications platoon. Sergeant that t M, Daniels driverof i brought up the rear with 4 losses I' plateau of clean, open pine In Ambrldge as well as Darl I
the Alachua County, Board of therapist, is a graduate of the Dr. Parks' home on Walnut first class Sammle Saner a Foremost delivery truck had and no wins I forest; and Its surface In, per ington Lake Park.

lie Instruction, the University Vanderbilt University Medical Street be trimmed provided that leads the ammunition and pioneer ""falsely and maliciously" stated The srhrdule haps. at greater elevation above Mr. Lane,' his wife and two

JTbrldaT'and! ; the'North Cer.tral School department in p!'ysjifii: ,ther,.: Dr. Parks will take the trees down. platoon and Sergeant William I that NewHome's" milk was "not. fit Friday night after was a resumed wfek's lay last! the level of the lea than any body daughters reside In Green Cove

Ida Society for" Crippled Chll- apy. Is widely experienced and at Motion was seconded by Bridges C. Smith the intelligence .secjJLun-!, to drink. nit due to rain. Hercules of water in the'sUt. Springs where ha has been carryIng -
'n which sponsored' the Easter present director and head clinician, and carried. Battalion Sergeant Major and L .The- -salt; originally braught fasttnl American Realizing that rapid transit Is out a government contract
ti sale In the nine counties. Happiness House operated by the I Motion was made by Bishop Sergeants first clam. O. P. Hutto here, was subsequently transferred Shuford handed Legion National Guar, whll I p r the great necessity, Our 'cltltfM: fog''pnljjU&g-JLha "moth ball'-) 'ftoee

It 20 applications have not been Crippled Children's Societies of that the bill of 23.79 for repairsto and Theodore J. Goodga super,' to the United States District Its first defeat in the second half have formed a Good Road Com. for the past 21 fn&Trrtts.:' This'

elved by August 1-signed by Sarasota and Manatee Counties, Policeman McKnight's motor vise supply and mess activities, Court. Jacksonville Division. 12-tt. pany and N. T. Ritch, J. O. Al contract has recently been ex-

",nb and a physician limited who is donating two weeks of her scooter, used in enforcing park- respectively. Newsome _was represented by I, varez, and C. L. Peek are trustees tended. At times ho employs as
her of One hundred of the Evan T Evans of JackoK"vlle! Last Saturday night Hercules of the company to : high as 400
cerebral meter percent enlisted
palsied chil vacation to this camp project.j Ing regulations, be paid manage the painters on this con
and George L Fatten of Starke. won over Alvarei 9-4, and Hum.
Motion was seconded by Bridges men of the unit are In attendance building and grading of a carriage S tract.
and carried at this year's phreys downnil, American Legion and bicycle road from Starka "Our
by unanimous vote. encamp- to company has
famous Story Fire Department I Motion was made by Jackson ment. This Is a record matchedby : Mrs. Susan Barefoot 11-2. I Kingsley lake. erous picnics and parties held at! num- '

f Treason Trial Thanked For Part that the traffic light on the corner few of the 60-odd units of the Dies At Age Of 96 Monday night saws, Hercules, win I The shares are $29 each, and all I Beach and that Is how we Kingsley first-
of Temple and 10th Street be division. a doubleheader, beating Hum subscribers will be entitled tn .n became Interested
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i New Park Film In Rescue AttemptFire placed on caution from 11:00: P.M. The local company is under the phreye 3-2 and scoring a decisive, the pleasures and benefits of the I no 55(5. "We have travelled resort.all .j -

until 6:00: A.M. each day. Motion command of Capt. Hugh B. In- win over Lawtey 12 0. road.Work over tha,United State. and I
|Determined to make It possible Chief C. W. Pickett this,I wall seconded by Bridges and carried gram. No Softball games are scheduled has commenced, right: never snen another spot have
(r the predominantly democratic I week received the following letter for this weekend because of of way secured! and nearly one suited for swimming so Ideally

Wlc In Eastern Europe to see of'appreciation from Janet Wells, I Fire Chief Plckett advised the Snake Lore Is Topic the District Junior Baseball mile of the road already, ileared sports," he laid. and water

e> true story of the Infamous :, director of Camp Crystal Lake:: City Council by letter that Cap- Tournament being played In Starke of stump It hoped to put The new

lion trial of Hungary's Car- "I would like to express ourthanks I tain Edgar W. Wilkinson was resigning Of Odis HinnantAt July 27, 28, 29. the entire line In good fast traveling -, sive recreation owner plans an exten

; Mindszenty Produner Jack and gratitude to your department his position with the Fire Rotary Club The schedule fur Monday, July order by July 1. Day which will program Include for Labor

rather and Robert Golden have for the very prompt and I Department effective August lat 31, Is Alvarea vs American Legion The stockholdors up to date races possibly boat swimming

tiered( "50 prints of "Guilty ,of efficient service you gave us Sunday I I and that he had hired Russell Rotarians literally "saw snakes"at and Shuford vs Humphreys. ate as follows: J. O. Alvarez, C. I bowling tournament.Mr. races, and a

elaon made on 16 mm. film to I do not know the name of Kberle to take his place providedit their Wednesday. luncheon meetIng L. Peek N. T Ultch, Wm. T. Larls

naked into Iron Curtain the fireman who came with the I met with the approval of the when Odls Hinnant, General Tobacco Contests Weeks. J. p:. Kdmonclnon, N. W, ing his would consider mov

unl"les. Inhalator, but we will be eter I| City Council. The City Council Secretary of the Jacksonville Francis, B. H. Matthews T A. find "a family to Starka It he rould

I Local movie-goers. however, nally grateful for his help In our approved the action of Fire Chief YMCA and director of Camp Im Create Interest Knight & Co.. J. M. Alvarei Jno. of yard."big, nice house with plenty

I'll' not have togo under cover tragedy. Pickett. mokalee near Keystone Heights, Among GrowersPlans C. Wills A. H. Freeman Gao. A. located, In He Is very comfortably

lei the picture-they will have The incident referred to occurredon I' The City Clerk was instructed gave a talk-with live modelson Gardiner, M. G. Row, W. M but would like Green Cove Springs

Mir! opportunity next Sunday July 16 when the local fire to' attend the League of Municipalities his favorite hobby. I and regulations for the Soloman A, V. Long, J. E. lake If possible to live nearer the

f"inlay and Tuesday when .OullV department received a call to send I meeting to be held in L Several Rotarians were seen :second annual Florida Flue-Cured I Futch, B.) E. Johns, and Powell

V' Treason" plays at the Park Its Inhalator to Camp Cry-tal: I Jacksonville at the George Washington to move their chairs back several : Tobacco Award Contest are announced -' Powell. Lions

'ifatre here. Lake In an attempt to revive Anne Hotel on July 20th for the paces when Hinnant fished a four- I by Director II. O Clay Any citizen desiring to take a Have Record

The film which brings to the Marie Thomas, 12-year-old daughter j I purpose of discussing the effectsof I foot water moccasin out of his ton of the University of Florida share, and by so doing be enti: Of 15 Wins 4 LossesThe

ttwn the startling story of the of Dr. and Mra. John Henry the Cigarette Tax on the 1950I bag and climaxed the demonstration Agricultural Extension Service. tied to all pleasures and bene ,

Fmgarlan Prl mate'. .'trlal." star Thomas of Gainesville. I I tax: roll. S by milking the reptile of a As In 1949, the contest this year fits of the road, can call on any; Starke Lions added two
hines BIckford j The Council agreed to place a thimbleful of venon said to be one of the trustees. and more scalps
as the Cardinal. win subscribe. to their
Include $200
It is reported that a lightningbolt ', Mrs. Susan Adeline Barefoot died I In prizes provided victory belt
| ita Granville, Paul Kelly and struck a tree about 100 feet sidewalk on the North aide of I enough to kill four or five men. Friday, July :n. at the home of her by a good friend of Florida during the past week giving the

chard Derr. from.. a cabin where the little girl I South Street between Chorry and Other live specimens exhibited daughter, Mrs. L.uIa\ Wiggins, In tobacco growers and will be supervised Stock taken to date sums up local nine a record of 10 wins and]
Church Streets at the request ofChancy' : included boa constrictors, king the Extension I5T3: .00.Plans. 4 defeats In the
and three had taken by Service. current
companions I Tampa. She was 99 years of age. season.
E. Jones who advised snakes rat snakes coral snakes
:: ,
t. Wayne Sargenteaves shelter. The nearness of the light Mrs. Barefoot was born on Nor j; The purpose of the contest In to I are also perfected to connect Thursday night of last week '
that J. T. Quigley was in favor and others.Hlnnant
fling apparently caused the childto 16. 1853 in Greenville N. C. and I encourage the production of high I : Starka and Kingsley by Lions defeated Lake City 10-8
For said that the
Japan go Into shock, Inducing a fatal I of same. averageperson's was a lifelong member of the Baptist quality tobacco In this state. telephone. So many of our cit with Arnett handling the mound '-
Council and revulsion toward snakesIs
The adjourned reconvened
I Wayne attack of asthma from which the Church. Three preliminary contests at izens are planning to spend partof assignment for Starka.
Sargent SOD of Mr. and for the purpose of bearIng not well founded since they are -
I the
11. M. M. Sargent of Keystone young victim suffered. ||'; complaints as to the evaluations not "slimy" to handle, but feel Funeral services. were held Saturday Live Oak. Jasper and Lake City- telephonic summer on the lake thai I Tuesday night/ the Lions trounced

eIghts, left Sunday 'for active C. J, Sohaefer of the Starke placed on the 1950 Tax-roll. more like nylon to the touch. He afternoon at the WIJ on- and the state sweepstakes contest of pleasent connection Is a kind I Wesconnett 20behind the
'lit)' With Fire Department carried the inhalator advised Sammon Chapel In Tampa with at Lake City will be held on August -: necessity.Swimming : effective pitching of Tommy Stevenll.
the handling
extreme caution In -
L.11 Army In Japan.> There being" no complaint, t*
e II iKraduate or Bradford High to the camp and worked City Council adjourned.Sunnybrook them however. In order to Rev. Mathew Crawford l In charge. 10. In ;ach of the preliminary The visitors held the local ti

received bto for several hours In an unsucccss- avoid the poisonous varieties. If The body was forwarded to Key- contests first prize of $23: ,: Classes nine scoreless until the fourth, '$,,
iWhar degree 1 I
.! ? of Florid_ __ .nn_ ful attempt to revive the child} Club handled gently. all snakes are McCabe Funeral Home In Jacksonville second of f 13, third of S3: fourth Now Under Way Inning. when Starka began Its
H u and burial took place Monday and fifth victory march
"nll: prize of $2 and a with five runs la
which to he
time' very unlikely bite said.
issioned! a. a Second he Lieu-was Butch Smith Wins Plans Picnic I The camp director was assisted afternoon at 3:30: o'clock In the' sixth prize of |1 will awarded I At Kingsley Lake the fourth and seven in the fifth.
family plot In Olustre Cemeterywith and Goorge Ken ,
'Dlnllill In his demonstration by two a grand prize of f50 will be was credited_ with n n.. ._
Track Meet Medal I The Sunnybrook Home Demonstration youths Rodney Hoeltzel of Jack- Rev. E. Bray of Baldwin In awarded to the winner of the Red Cross swimming classes I home run for Starke.I .

tt, inarrlag Powell to the former Miss Club met at the appointed sonville, who has been working charge of the service. sweepstakes at Lake City. Only got under way at Strickland's I No further games were payed
of Starke wu an Butch, Smith son of Mr. and Active first place winners In the three Landing on Kingsley Lake this
Vent of June i time with the Demonstration Agent with him In his hobby for several pallbearer were A. J. Monday week because of the Junior
U. Mra. Junlus M. Smith of Starke, Maxwell Cole preliminary contests will with around 73 enrolled. Baseball ?'
krs Miss Dorothy Ross, In charge. years, and Chris Patte of Clinton, Joseph Donson. competeIn Tournament being held
llaband Sargent accompanied her was awarded a gold medal for I There were ten present. Miss S.C., who has Just picked up his Combs Jr., Paul Mlkell. and John the sweepstakes. In additionto Jack Trawlck Water. Safety In Starka but a game will be>
u tar as winning two first places In the Croft. the caah prize, each first place Chairman
California. Ross demonstrated making plastic knowledge of snakes since he has of Bradford County, II I played here next Tuesday night
third period athletic meet at wallets which was very interest been at Camp Immokalee. Surviving are four daughters., winner will also receive a certifIcate being assisted by the following

uth Turns Over Camp Immokalee last week. Hinnant concluded his talk Mrs. Lula Wiggins and Mrs. Elizabeth of award. I, Instructors: Miss Freddie Wlmberly Public
Raiford In the "Midget" classificationButch I Ing.The club decided to have Its with some practical first aid tips Rltter both of Tampa ".. Any Florida flue-cured tobacco, Starka and Miss Gerry Homard Hearing

RoadRUby took first place In the annual picnic on August 30 at for snake bite victims. Nora Peters of Geneva, and Mrs., grower may enter one exhibit of I and Dan Rivers of Lake Butler. On School Budget

Lee LaYfield. broad jump and also in the 23 Hampton Beach. Further plans The program was In charge of,TUlle Darby of Lake City; two sons 50\ leaves of tobacco he has produced I I The classes begin each afternoon Set For

del at Dew Drop Inn 38- who re- yard dash. will be discussed at the next reg- A. 1. Thomas Jr.I P. M. Barefoot of Starke and W. the entry to be filed with,I I Monday through Friday at! Today

VI.. recetve4 on Temple:. ular meeting. August 22. I I I 'I F. 'Barefoot of Sanderson. Aso the grower's county agent on or' 4.00: o'clock and are open for all, The Board of Public
ell the new 195 Injuries I C of C Secretary The meeting was dismissed with surviving are 23: grandchildren and before August 7, Entries' will be''' ages from six years up. Instruction will hold a public Instruction
( I Bradford Countians hearing
II Chevrolet abs displayed Chandler Bros.. Warehouse at 10
driving Miss Ross presenting each member 40 great grandchildren. at Is given for beginners, a.m. this
I more
tate Perm turned over on the Leaves On VacationMrs. with day lily plants. Receive Degrees In Jasper, Growers' Warehouse advanced swimmers junior life proposed morning$602.967. (Friday) on Its
U-,, I'Oad about three In Lake City and Independent savers and senior life budget for the
Wilkinson Resigns savehs. The, 1350-01
nOrthwest I school
Ul'day.lltete of Starke last Marian Howe Executive' Station Site Bradford Countians who received Warehouse No. 1 at Live Is no charge for thAt Instructions term.
Secretary of the Starke Chamber Buy degrees at the first sum From Fire Dept. Oak on the morning of August 10, and Frow Strickland has generously Complete details of each sepa ,

Ito*, Hilhway Patrolman FUcc of Commerce. will leave Sunday Freeman Register it Son. Gulf mer school commencement exercises and the first place entries In the I offered the facilities of his rate part of the new school budget N
!lit, who 1fl'estlgat.d the >- on a two weeks' vacation and Oil distributors in the Stark area. at the University of Forlda Edgar Wilkinson has resigned three preliminary contests will be lake resort for the school. are on file and .ore available for 74i
18\(1.\ that business Washington D. effective August 1 as a full time exhibited In the afternoon public inspection at the
t she apparently. trip to have purchased the site for a modern on July 22 were as follows: of the All who wish to take office of
or to Control of the car ln attempt- C.. New York City and Buffalo.N. filling station at KeystoneHelahU. Lawtey: Paul Leroy Dink ins, Jr., employe of Ute SUrke Fire De same day at Lake City. All Judg. this advantageof the County Superintendent of Pub
opportunity. and lie
ret It bark be accompaniedby partment. He has accepted a lug will be don who do I Instruction.
will boards
r on the highway y. She to be operated by the BSA; Philip Craig Shuford. BSA. by qualified not have transportation to
t 11.000. the car was "Umated During the absence of Mrs. Howe, located at the junctions of Highways McKlnnie Edawrds. MEd; Co.The Farmers) planning to enter the for this purposa. The provided bus- Invited to participate In the
'lib faj'hue The driver waa charged Mrs. Kelly Thompson will be In 100 and 21 In Keystone and Reese D. Kllgo MEd: : Albert vacancy on the Fire Department contest should select. leaves that will stop and pick up public hearing and to discuss the bI'

.<'tlille. to have a driver's the C of C office for the convenience was purchased from P. H. Hat- Kruse. BSA: William Garland will be filled by Russell A. are as nearly uniform in size at the USO at t o'clock passengers each af, school this program and budget for
kins. Godwin. BEE. EtMrle. color. and quality as possible. ternoon. county for the ensuing fiscal
of the _
public. year.
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Every Friday EntrmI as Second
the FontMEMBER .. at Starke, Fla. Union IMrnlo
Clam !Matter at !
I The Baptist and Methodist

(3)) churches of Lawtey had a union
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church school picnic at Strick I

V,$ubMriplon; 93.30 Annually IO Fur HI* !Months land's Place on Klngsley Lake
Thursday! of last week. The oc-

caslon was enjoyed:! by both old
and The picnic dinner was
Nine out of ten stolen cars have had the key left In the lock reports LOYETT'SThese
spread on tables at seven o'clock
T. J;:. Murphy In the August Reader's Digest Police records I
stolen In the United and there was enough for a group;
show that among the 400 or more cars dally
States 90 per cent were left on the street with the keys In, "all set to I twice the size. This la one of the I
go." Law-enforcement authorities are almost unanimous In be-1 annual events looked forward to
lieving that auto thefts could be virtually ended If the public were aware -1I by the younger people of town.
of this temptation to car thieves and acted accordingly. I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and
Murphy's article, condensed from the Hartford Courant Magazine, two children, Maxine and Tommy
says most stolen cars are taken by youngsters. Of 19.000 persona arrested -I are spending their vacation at
last year for auto theft, more than half were under 21, about Daytona Beach: visiting relatives
3,500 were under 18. and 343 were less than 15 years; old. All had the',and enjoying the place of InterestIn Low Prices Good
I Through Saturday July 29th
same story: "I wouldn't have thought of.it If I hadn't seen the key the resort city. ,
in the car." I Mrs. L. H. Hlghnote and daughter

Six states and about 15: major cities- Including New York have .. ,Virginia of Miami were guests
of the O. J. Phillip family last
laws barring Ignition keys in unattended cars. But the laws are
week Mrs. Hlghnote and Mrs.
largely Ignored. Illustrating how strict enforcement of such laws can
reduce automobile thefts Is the case of Decatur 111. In 1945, alarm- Phillips are sisters.Mrs. ARMOURS "STAR BRAND"
O. W. Roberta and Mrs
ed by an epidemic of car stealings Decatur's authorities decided to (all
Catherine Teare were business I
enforce a law that had been "lying dormant on the books." Forty- visitors In Gainesville last Tues- MILK.: 3 29
one persons were arrested In the first two months for leaving keysIn day afternoon
their cars. In the following six months not a car was stolen in the Joe Allender of Jacksonville .. cans

city. was the guest of his uncle and
Other municipalities, notably Bridgeport! Conn., and Milwaukee aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest,
WIs., have reduced car thefts not by enacting laws but by educating during the weekend. C "PREY Bt 1 US" CAN
the public, through warning slgna and booklets, in the danger of Mra. H. C. Kelly who la attending Ei 1
leaving a. parked car with a key in It. aummer school at Forlda 29NO.
State University, Tallahassee, was R CORNED BEEF
horn for the weekend here with
Are you going away for a vacation or a long weekend? You'll
have a better chance to have a home to return to If you make a "tirecheckup" Miss Enxa Blanchard was visiting
in Jacksonvlle during this
before you leave. .2 Can "TROPICAL" 46 oz. CAN C
The National Board of Fire Underwriters has made some simple week.Mrs..
Effle Miner was a visitor
suggestions which should be followed to the letter before you take t totf. to Jacksonville
Here they are: 219
Dr. Shuler Peele., District Supt.of TOMATOES Orangead25c d
Inspect every room for cigarette butts and empty ash trays and the Gainesville District of
waate basket Methodist Churches, Was In Law- ,
Turn off all electric appliances-radios, fans, lamps, and so on tey on Wednesday evening of last s.
-and all gas ji'ts. If you're going to be away for a month or more, week and while here held the first 25 lb. .
pull out all flexible cords from the electric outlet. In the walls. quarterly conference at the Law-
Inspect closets and basement for accumulations of combustible tey Church. "
rubbish and clean it out. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch spent' $1 49
Remove all water-filled jars and bowls from near windows-sun- several days In Greensboro visiting
light shining through such vessels has caused fires. Mrs. Futch'a brother, L. B. Crosby e .
Have a neighbor Inspect your home about once a week just to Sr., and other relatives.
be sure everything Is ,all right. Probably he'll be able to spot any Miss Helen Walters of Jacksonville
trouble before It gets! serious. ,. apent several days here last QUEEN
These are all little things-but It's the little things that can save week with her parents Dr. and DIXIE DARLING
Mrs. W. T. Walters.
a home and a life when It comes to fire. Have a fine vacation-and 23c 11
make sure your home will be there when you come back. I Mrs. Fayte Redd and two children 1-4Ib. BREAD ,
returned to her home In Macon e
aasa..u I Georgia, last Friday afterspending
several days here with

From where I sit,..Jy Joe Marsh her Phillips.parents, Mr. and Mrs O. J. 303 CAN "AKUO"

kins Phillip received Shuford their and Bachelor Paul Din-of SUGAR PEAS 131cNO. BLEACH 1 10<

Arts degrees form, the University qt.
Take Your Choice of Florida during the commence- ,
ment exercises held in Gainesville
1Sitting Saturday night.
The Rev. J. D. Robinson 2'i'' CAN -
of Live
around lad Frld.f'e-)- having a glass of beer ale ,
or on
ping the talk turned to the beat occasion.Your"sociable beverage" Oak deivered the morning and 35c JELLY : < 2Si
evening messages at the Lawtey PORK & BEANS for
way of getting to sleep when it msybea"Coke"orbuttermilkorseems First Baptist Church Sunday.Mr. 2 ,
you just can't. "The way I maybe a cup of hot coffee. and Mrs. J. J. Hancock of
always do"says Sandy Johnson"is. But enjoying our preferences Is Miami and Mrs. Carrie King of
to breathe deep and make beliere I a right In this country and each of Bunnell were guests last week of
weigh a ton." us Is entitled to his own. The Important Mrs. Joyce: Futch and family. WEBSTER TOMATO
I "Just throw away the pillow-It thing Is to respect that Mrs. Fred Moore and children. MAR-GOLD COLORED l'sJUICE fiOLEO
works every time."saYI Buzz Ellis. right in the true democratic spirit Jimmie 1 Charles and Irene, and N.2 25c
When counting sheep came up of understanding! As a matter of Mrs. Joyce Futch were visiting 3 ; lb. (
right away was the question:What fact,what a tiresome old world this In Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr Cans .,
kind of sheep would be If we all did have the same T. J.Terry and Miss Elizabeth
From where 1 sit,you could arlike. and dislikes! Terry were visiting Mrs. C.
gue 'til Doomsday and never get E. Strickland in Gainesville last
complete agreement on .tat of .;If A. ./J week.
things. Now, take me. I'm all forCoprriglr,1950 Miss Barbara Moore returned to *s'
her home here Tuesday after
spending a vacation In Hender- "
,VnittJ States/ Brewers Foundation sonvllle, N. C., with relatives.

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other tow-priced earYet i byr LARGE 360 SIZE
owe a V-4J for buinlrmb. I.you.... than cut 19C
even mot.learn.What'Size.Ford. "SU" lot LEMONS lb. or 49c doze STEAK STEAK

a stopper! POTATOES SWEET 4 lb. 29c Ib.69c lb. 69c

I'' Ford's 95%eaakr-acting; Sing Sine e 19cBRlSKrr

you Drake stop.use Like ear.momentum.....d.* extrs-ruggrii to help STEW lb. _ .. 39c
'lifeguard". Italy, they Rive you ,
the kind of protection you j eiixwt F CARROTS 2
only of coKllmt" .. car*.And for aildeilsafrlr bchs. 19c
mod comfort thrra't the low rand
level"Mid! Ship" Ki.le-you're SKINLESS 3
t cradled between the wheel' I ICEBURG WIENERS, lb. - -


What a looker !1 FROZEN FOODS BOLOGNA, 1b.-ea----3 3

Ford's the Tuition Car of the
May good looking

outdoor with value bked-on which." The with.Goiih...... Strawberries Orange Juice Perch Fh FILLETS, Ib. - 3 35c_

sing ooaU. ,spell re
.raiterFRD 29c 2 for 49c

fird Il-An aANDREWS. SMOKED Small_Picnic



'4 ; AGEN SPINACH' 49c- lb. 35c lb. 55c

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Madison & Adams Sts. Starke, Fla. Telephone 118



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try 2L 1850< JUL 28 1950
Pa. has purchased the place across, of barracuda PAGE THREW
Heights from the fire tower on Highway bonito, crevalle. klngfish, E. Bone Ralph E. Bone, and Will --t
21. amberjack, and two sharks L lam Bone. ADDRESSESOF Houston. Texas

tone Mrs. Agnes Lawrence has moved Friends of the Jack Norks and The bride selected for her wed- Noel R. Hardy, Box: : 1223, Pompano *
Kay Brail into her new home on Lake Gen, Norbert Parkers will be inter ding a beautiful gown of pink INTERESTThe I Beach, FM *
By _,a eva. Bated to know that the Norks and white
art organdy over whitesatin. Bill Mathews,
care O'Brien,
following new, renewal, and
presently In
TWblt. Camden S. C". and She carried a bouquet of Winter Park, Fla.
fonnell. Right front probably will be there another a white orchid with tube roses change of addresses received by
1" have noticeshaggy d Rotary Mrs. Joe Thrasher, 210 N. Ridge-
year while
\\.t wit Attending the Rotary Parkers are in a white prayerbook. the Telegraph will be of Interestto
conven wood Daytona Beach, Fla.
t green aPPear tion In Marlanna Ind. Mrs. Bone chose for her daugh reader:
lv? will be glad to hear, the officers of the recently Keystone were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J, Souther- ter's wedding a gown of pink ry JLura St/njess Moh T. H. Osborne, 5802 Southurat. Mr. C. A.. Cox, change from
frown Council has voted Height l club: Albert Nelson land of Atlanta, Ga. arc Visiting, lace over satin. Mrs. John L. DOMCA. NERR Miami to Hampton.
Operations prey In I Mri. W. S. Gibson, 404 E. Mulberry -
1 the town ident; S. E. McKay, Keystone Height at the White Winter mother of the groom, worea
L manicured city !will dent vice press Feather Court. I blue Wherein I finish my house. cleaning grief effaced. gave me for Mother' Day Go St., Qoldfiboro, N. C. I
B. T. with ,
: Martin, They are crepe gown a lace
E Our fire siren' the Prank M. secretary; and plating building In contem bodice. and am preparing. my clothes -Agnes W. Wallln with me--*tay near folks, let' I Cpl. Donald Hardenbrook, change
Walrath Keystone. .
rjole on the corner. ot Kay addressed Jr. Mr. Mc Mr. and Following the wedding for the lung looked for "...Uon. This day-and every day the take a vacation. Whoopee! God, from California to Sta. Det., Engr.
? Nlg"W"Bterepalred "Mr. the assemblage on Mrs.Vllllam Slperelle reception was held ceremonya This day that brought such hours fly swiftly To some It bleaa ;you all-LOVE LURA. .Seth.. Ft. Belvolr, V*.
> : last weekw Secretary, the Job Is Yours.!" recently spent several days in honoring the hurt distress and pain. brings hurt, distress) and pain.
couple at the
At southern Keystone Inn.
t Electric. a recent luncheon meeting Florida on a vacation Will be as lost among the fleeting Each of us must bear a cross. I
from Clay of the Keystone trip The couple are traveling northon
ki along Route 100 I. to club Mr. Francis Clark Heights Rotary their honeymoon to return to As years. try to throw off all hurt and any I -NOTICE- I
of Penny dancing snowflakes .wind- 111 feeling that
long last reside In Waldo may my way.
at where
Farma Mrs. Winter
1 down. spoke. on the timely sub 'elywed l News will teach. tossed In the spring We cannot escape the wounds of,
are receiving a ject "Korea.. who Mr. and Mrs Johnny Rivers, Or rain drops) falling slowly time, nor the hurts other people. All boats approaching or leav-
shoppers,/ were
when they enter' I married last Sunday in I Keystone's like your tears. give us. I find it I Is not so much
surprise stores Private Cloe Dene Rivers of the' Sanford, plan to reside In a cottage new professional Remember this and foil that what happens to Us as how we let I
and( Rcdfearn's WACs returned to on Silver Lake. Mrs. Rivers .pride, Dr. O. 1. Haynes, a dentist feeble breeze It hurt docks in
the faceliftingU Keystone Is was delayed In us. I just say over and ing piers or Kingsley
fcm noting Heights the former opening hla office
Saturday Mary Ellen Which "
green paint which has on a 14-day Leasing. due to mechanical Installation dif shook that house of over, "God help l me. I feel a''
furlough from Governor's Island dreams so feebly braced. calmnesa steal over and I
Ublned lied they into find a the unified two N. Y. ter Miss of Sarah Mr. Caroline Bone daugh In ficulties.Keystone He Heights will be Saturdaysand practicing The sunrise of another day will smile\ and forget the pain. Yes Lake must not exceed 5 miles
Mike Baker, who re-enlisted and Mrs. E. H. Bone, bring : there Is pain In life other than
advertised by 1 In
center M the Air Corps several of Gainesville, became the bride Mondays after Monday, July A calm sweet Joy, to find your from disease.
with dry goods and weeks ago. of Martin 31. Appointments may be made
Parke .
Idppartments.sign has active received orders to report for In an Impressive of Waldo In through his receptionist, Miss' Kay tor and Jacksonville Journal columnist Girls, does hubby ever bring In per hour. t*, *
fevalsto Keystone HeightsRr I duty. Community Church.ceremony the Beall, In the McKay building- has purchased a home on unexpected company? It Is our
( and Mr. Charles R.itio Mias Gertrude Houner has returned at the Officiating phone 2931,, Lake Brooklyn. place when they do call and say
have leased the Baker ] to Keystone Heights from Rapt Neal ceremony was Rev. J. RotariAns returned from the recent Dr. J. Ralph Neal attended a they First: be are cheerful bringing a guest, to All skiers and speed boats or
* Is employed a month's visit with her District fact. ,
Mr. Hager brother, Convention In Mart-
music meeting Tuesday of the
Harold, In was provided! by Suwannee If he calls on the telephone set
t- of New York Cityaced Mrs Chicago. soprano soloist, Mrs. Sydney W. the anna holding two awards won by Prenbytery In the Southslrie Presbyterian about at once getting that table boat traveling 5 miles
ole Eula Walker has recently Godwin, who "Still Keystone Heights club, one Church, Jacksonville set any over
sang Is the for all the Then
home go
Olsen on of
I the returned from which, donated by state Comp .
a trip which Included Night" and Mr I
"Because, and Mrs. William about
villa Highway. He and visits with Mrs. M. C. Bar- led by Mrs. Florence Janes.accompan troller C. M. Gay, compliments the daughter Jane and son Bill Reynolds with When hubby getting cornea the and meal ready the hour
fplan to remain In Key- wick in Louisville, Ga., chapter for the best attendance sees must stay beyond 309!
and Mr. Mr. and
Lights permanently. and Mrs. Walrath In The bride, who was given 1 In record In the district, while the Ralph Thomas: planto table set he will feel at ease, per- .
Is building a rental N. C. Royal Pines marriage by her father chose as other leave Keystone for Highlands, laps be happy to entertain the
Nelaon Mrs. Walker was awarded because the
[in the grounds of hla I her sister, Mrs. T. S. Arrlngton also visited her matron of honor Mrs. Charles energetic Keystone chapter surpassed N.remainder C where they will vacation the guest a bit while you finish up feet from docks and pieis: in
Geneva. In Caldwell of Lake Santa Fe. Brides of the summer dinner or lunch. I have found It }
Lake e"l Southport, N. C.. area in the number of Mrs.
accompanied by Frank Merrill of Jacksonville 80,
maid -
'I was the slater-ln law
ella i from Conneaut Miss Linda Walker. of the
bride, Mrs. Ralph E. Bone and Rotary spent several days with Miss! This week we had a funeral for Kingsley Lake.No
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McMurtry. Peggy Gladys Till Is at her new home 01Lakevlew r .
wI Ann Bone, the bride's niece,, been warmly complimented on his a little boy ten years old. His
I I' Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Tate, Jim was flower girl. Bridal attendants speech to the assemblage "Mr. Drive. first name was Myron. Me lived
cwus Murphy of the Jacksonville Journal 1 wore lovely dresses of pastel Secretary, the Job IH Yours." Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dock am with his father and six brothers boats without mufflers are allowed
and his wife, and Eddie Wolf re organdy 4>ver satin complimented daughter Terry, of Miami, visitedover The mother 1 is in a hospital ..withan
New property owners In Keystone the weekend on Kingsley Lake. .
1 C cently enjoyed an ocean fishing by Dutch caps of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Peggy Incurable disease. The boy
| trip out of Mayport on the Vag- Mayor Gene T. Heights Include Mrs. Josephine Pilfer, Mrs. Dock's mother and two smaller ones were play [
Os to Bailey of Willis
QUININE i Wlaris abond, skippered by Bill Pacoe. ton stood as best man. Ushers Morrison Carpenter, Sr, and Mr. William days Karl In Mecklem Is spending a few Ing along stream when a landslide THESE ARE STATE LAWS!
I The Heights with
party reeled !In a good catch of earth down
.were brothers of !the bride, Elmer' Jim Murphy, WJHP commenta his sister Mrs. Margaret Tracey. and burled him came completely.: on Poor him I

little' fellow. I went with Don

Pledge to the American People to I i pick have figured up the out body.several things

:hat one must have In order to be
happy. and enjoy life. Here they S%

1. Are you healthy? If not 1
do, something: about 'It. Isl

by 2. Do you like people? Create i
seeing the good and try \ !
3. Are you In love? People whr
are In l love are contented.
4. Do you have a clear conscience? \Oa s Ij
I learned when a child that you !
he Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea CompanyWe could right.l not be happy unless you did r '

B. Do you like to be alone? If <
you are not frond company for et.
yourself ask yoirnelf why? j
6. Do you have a sense of hum j ,

will resist all unwarranted price rises with all our might. T.8. Do Hive you you have stopped curiosity learning? ?

Keep on at a hobby. I
S 8. Do you have a hobby? Get

We,will make every effort to hold our inventories at the lowest point con on.10. at
Do you pray?

sistent with good service to ourcustomers, because hoarding, whether by whole- Perhaps Ask yourself It will help these you questions clear upa r \

... situation If you score a hundred
salers, retailers or consumers, will cause higher prices. you have chances of being 1
happy most of the time. ;; I Ji

HINTS. Freeze mfTk
We will continue to maintain the lowest profit rate generally prevailing in m the Ice cube tray for the children ,;, ",..tal
on hot days. It will be a ,

the,entire retail industry. Our net profit now is less than one cent on each dollarof treat good to Empty keep bobby lipstick pins tubes In youpurse. .r tp ; '

sales. i
Try this) recipe Tor \
lo s creamy ,
H pt. Bream whipping)

We will continue to strive for more efficient distribution. : 2 1 eyes cup", sugar j

A little vanilla ansi lemon u
Whip the cream, add andVKH "
We will fight waste of food, or time, or money all along the line so as to < croitlruui besting,sugar add thiflavoring

narrow the spread between wholesale and retail prices. .I at your the tray.coldest and"Pet enough point your refrigerator milk and freeze to fll ,\\\ fer ( ::,

slniihy. Take out and beat! untlrrenmjr. 11
Longer the better rutbat1c

We will devote all our energies to giving you the most good food for your p-/ normal.in Cover refrigerator with waxed and/ set paper at &

and It win not cryntallz. '
money every day 'r>f the week. It Is real cool and/ nice here J : V

went to Sioux City yesterday and
got a hat and ..
ho rt and a new ,
We will strive :always to do what is honest, .fair, sincere and in the...best 7 t and dress. I am packing my things ..i, 1. "
having Joy
doing It. Diggers Oyer-all LUBRICARB
} ; staying with my neighbor lad 3 lubrication-including
interest of and customers.
our country our I win .
hurry back as we are exacting I !N inspection? of your Buick
** aLA THILL. Been raining \ from radiator to rear end. I I
this and the low cost low profit policies the new road bad. School will l inspection of brake
As most of you know, company >:t. soon start. Always !get a bit r I wheel lining and
r bearing.
attack. tft homesick when I know it le Ume.I .
that built it Are under tl
:. was a happy tescher.t .., 3. Inspection of tires,plus cross

We are defending ourselves against a suit brought by the antMrusl f. 'w. me to am on Woux!the leaving train.City.Wednesday Don Next will week mornlng tak J I \ \ V-J' a money witching on of wear wheels and to mileage.save you '. ,t.

lawyers to put A&P out of business. b= will write from Indiana., I s hal 4. Headlight aim corrected I.1i1 I.
JT put on my blue milt, linen slippers :
and my straw colored hat an" : Jb. 5. Stop light and other
But the greater conflict in which our country is now engaged takes prece- .,.,e ::_ straw bag; that my son and wlf \:.P ma. /.M \. .light checked. warning I

dence over all else. .' if. J -: ,-- ,/1, 6. Lngine'tune- -for snappier

.. ,;' t<. Jij' performance; and increased ;
Today, with our boys fighting in Korea, we believe that all citizens and ':. "." :.' HOWARD'SCall mileage& economy. ;!:

and little should devote themselves wholeheartedly to a 'V Phont this ""d0" erica and
all businesses, big 4a 1 an o'mmlhqo" th* flUjt'u'1our

the public interest.
We promise the American people that we will cooperate unhesitatingly : ";

In the present cri. .. '
with our national government \ I. Sp

We promise you that we will continue to do everything in our power to '. :':,. 7 'ett J

put more buying power in your food dollar and more good food on your on IM for reliable drug I l .b

\ aa4 health seeds at worthwhile .

dinner table. .. ..ring*. We pride aurseh... on D \
t8U I j jbt"

for the scrupuloos Into every exactaeM single preaerlpU which- \

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John A. Hartford, Chairman ,



28 19 5 0 -

P GE FOUR I __ .

to N. W, Manson of Bradford Physicians and Surgeons. A & P Pledges the present crisis
Fields-Green Hints to HousewivesKU1TERT County. Tract of land In the NEquarter EDITORIAL COMMENT: Witha Resistance To "We will make

of seCT new courthouse nearing completion hold ellOll
of the SW quarter our .7
', j) .l Mrlro,, I ,11 ,I''R RW Ru CONTROL TELLS: INSECTFE8TS HOW twp T S, range 22 E. water and electric light Price IncreasesThe Point consistent inventories the, '

\ qt TO HOME Mamie J Geiger of Hillaborough plant Is In course of Installment to our With" IlOO41n\! \.
:: AROUND' County to Murla Geiger Walters a summer normal school In pros- Great Atlantic ft: Pacific said, "because customers hoardin M' Iaru!

:) Gainesville Fla.. A' little, time -.f Tampa. The NE quarter of the pect and an eight months'for term the Tea Co., largest leading food dis by wholesalers retail "Iitu.

and effort and the right Insecticide SW quarter of aec. 34, twp. 6 S, of public school assured tributor, has moved against inflation sumers will cause rs or
will simplify the problem of con- range 22 E. future there appears to be no room) by pledging to "resist all "We will higher p

June Caldwell Office t_,,, trolling roaches and other pets Mr and Mrs Jesse Altman of for citizens of Starke. to complain unwarranted price rises with all the lowest profit continue to ,"elJ'tt.

Ph. State Farm 45 Editor Phone 20 In the home during the summer, Bradford County to L. Q. Alvarez I of lack of progress.ADVERTISEMENT our. might." prevailing |In the rate ,
.. to Dr. Louis C. Kultert, : Rye Whiskey emir" tedep
- -- according and :J M. Alvarez of Starke. The pledge Is contained in an dustry. Our net
AI entomologist with tile University The SE quarter of the SW quarter I $2 to $5 per gal.; Corn Whiskey advertisement carried this week lees than one cent profit ROW ,,
Executive Board of Florida J\grlculturallC'tperlment 5 21 E. $2 to $2.50 per gal.; Gins $2 of on each bp
TEL Class Meets j of sec. 28 twp. 9 range by the Telegraph and other newspapers sales; he continued
I White\ Wheat
Station to $2.50 per gal.; ,

With Mrs. MathewsThe Of WSCS MeetsThe r :. .....,r Dr. Kultert pointed out that I Bradford Mr. and County Mr. L.to F.G. M.Alvarez Norman: of Wlskey, $2.50 per gal.SPARKMAN1 Jug trade| In this,throughout statement, John the A.Nation.Hartford : we"With believe our that boys all fighting IRK.r..

executive board of the Woman'lI \ summer weather l III favorable for''jr. of Starke. The SW.quarter a specialty. _C. M. chairman of the 91yearoldfood businesses, big and citizen 11I4
of the
Class Baptist
T.E.L. Society of Christian Ser numerous household pests and, |If, of the NE quarter and the NHof &: CO. chain, announces that the A devote themselves little,

Church met Monday afternoonat vice of the First Methodist Churchof not controlled they may become the NW quarter of the SE quarter &: P "will cooperate unhesitatingly to the public Interest'c tertll,! !

the home of Mrs Garl Mathewsat Starke met in the church Wednesday a serious problem. To help homemakers -I of sec 33, twp. 5 S, range 21 E. Bradford Exceeds with our national government In ford concluded. lU IItr

345.: .N. Church Street with nine morning at 10 o'clock. to control each pests, he i Mrs Frances McIntyre Wilkinson Bond Quota

members present. The session was opened with a L offered these recommendations:I I"f Starke to L. B. Hughes! Jr.? ; f- i- ,

Following the book study, the hymn followed by a prayer by Mrs. Apply 2 percent chlordane or B j I of Starke. The S 35 feet of lots Reaches 129.4 Pet.W. 1-------, ... .. .. : n..:
A. Wood. Mrs. Titus Olson Is nerrent DDT solution to deodor- 23 and 24 and the NV4. of Iota 9 I "" nun m"muwNnmioir .
business meeting was held. It bed kerosene to all where B. Sewell Chairman of the
president, and most of the business places end 10 of block 2 of Dowlings
was voted to give $10 to the church was devoted to roaches may hide: such places Include addition to Starke. U. S. Treasury's Savings Bonds! ;r
meeting Mrs J. H. Fields of this city
building fund and a motion was preparation of quarterly reports announces the engagement and areas around slake' back of Mr. and Mrs C. M. Ritch of Committee for Bradford County'II 1 The I l
made and carried tor change the under the leadership of Mrs.. L. approaching marriage of her stoves and refrigerators, in and 3radford County to Mr and Mrs. announced today that the report of Finish-r
around cupboards, behind the final .week's sales In the In-
meeting date from the first Monday D. Vlnlng, promotional secretary.At daughter, Hazel Irene, to HerbertA. and bale" I T. G Jackson of Starke. Tract

in the month to the second the conclusion of the bu.lneall Green son of Mr. and Mrs boards and door facings. Ten Percent of land in the SW cor of the EH dependence Drive added $1.524i f'j emuuuunnn"''''' ',,,,,,,of ,,
I. DDT or 5 percent chlordane Series E, U. S. Savings Bonds to I I
of the SW quarter of the NE
meeting Mn. Vining was Adam T. Green of Starke. Planefor i
Friday. The next meeting will drat be used Instead of the previously announced total of
the I
may In T, S
sec ,
quarter 7
hostess to the members presentat the wedding:, which: is to be an trip range Can wash and Iron for
you for
be at the home of Mr. W, B. a. delightful luncheon in the event of autumn, VH| be announced -',",?:'J'i The, Idea InQ\ g-t Tith.sroroutth ;: 22 11:. : $14,003. This brought BradfordwnntY'e 'I work your family as little a
Alexander on Friday, August 11, Church' educational ,building. later, coverage that will last I Charted S. Oebbra) of Bibb figure for the entire cam- .: .
for weeks. The coverage 'Is more palgn Up to $15,827 which If 129 i% '
a t 2:30: o'clock. County Ga. to J. S. Eunice, Sr.,
Attending were the Rev.. and I' e.t.., h..dnd end .....t7' alma ... ..
4 complete if the solution 'hi applied of Bradford of the county's quota of 12000. |'I I nee .01' at r"',/.\
* The closed with Mrs. Thomas Mitchell. Mrs. Olson, Carter-Frank County. Lot 39, Wood- .... ..,,01 boar pleat ,... weak. the ........ coal p.. VI'I.5
meeting WM bn.dle
with a brush.To' lawn 'n sec. 14, twp. 5 S. range The promotion period of the 11:1.1" 0' sauna 5555 d.pp.4..11 the .,.. at rase .. au
Mrs Mrs. W, G. Halle, .,,_... .. famllr see tile
Vlnlng _
: namSee of
by Mrs. R. A. Thomas rhanare per .w..t err I". ,..
prayer control ants In. the home, Uiea 22 E.Mr. campaign which featured an exact able.. sad. He p... lb..a fiat work. row....w
11'0. pos ...
Mrs. Wood, Mrs I. P. Shepherd, can't .n w
after which Mra. Mathews served pvrethrum spray in the vicinityof and Mrs. F. M. Norman, Jr. replica of the Liberty Bell as its I a dress. .. ahlrt.. and ace w..t 7.. is at1Yln.n roe roue.C. "'fI
Mrs Bertha Pearce. Mr.. J. M. .... ::0.:
Nobs '.11 ciccktd bailed' and ....... AU
foodstuffs, 2 chlordane of Bradford to L. O. Al- symbol extended from 15 to .4 to lI'.a' '. ,
light refreshments Hembree. Mrs. E. K. percent County May ..01 Is ...... Yoor better .1...... are taken to .d mar
Ferryman solution In deodorized keroseneelsewhere varez of Starke. The W'i of July.. The accounting period .......... and alven npeelnl ...411... There le. the drr rle.h.. .e..
.0 dclail
Mrs. N. T. Green, Mrs. J. H. Rltch, ... t. ....
In the home, and 5 the NE quarter of the SW quarter ended' July 17 to permit the I erookl. far u. handle w. roa elatbs are I. .a. rare.
=><== Mrs. T. H. Slade Mrs. H. H. Adams percent processing full, laa....._aad Par all ....0....'. ...,.,. wren
chlordane or 10 percent DDT in sec. 33, twp. 5 S, range 21 E. and transmittal of sales
Mrs. J. R. .
W. Cressler.Wtlmvrlght Miss dust In ant nests In the yard. Mrs. Elka Balln of New York : resulting from the drive activity. V..r I'...01.,. ..4 dry ..,...,.. worrire ... .... ahem ,...
i Amy Co- Air, brush, and shake clothing N. Y., to Adolph Hachberger of i trim,
The week's
final added
report '
burn and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs I FAMILY
DA.811.CTARKE frequently to discourage illverflah. Starke. Lot 12 of block 26 of $3,305,006 to the state total which SERVICECall
If clothing is Infested, spray It Livingston Truby and Company' I
n-: [ brought the state sales to $9,017
Junior Woman's Club with S percent DDT solution j In Addition to Starke. 325 or 109.1% of Its quota of 28-J and ask for our route salesman to call on you for ant

deodorized kerosene. A ply' the Mr. and Mra. H. A. Reeves of 8265000. The people of tHe nation -I pick up and delivery service.
Fri., Sat., July 28 ,20 The Junior Woman's Club will same solution closet walls, pref. Alacfcua County to Mr. and Mrs. brought 110% of the national -', I

DOUBLE FEATURE enjoy a luncheon and swimming erably with a brunh. Shelves and D. C. Akera, Jr., of Jacksonville quota. Florida finished In 18th '
party Thursday afternoon August the backs of bookcases should be Tract of land In the NW quarterof 'I
place nationally. In all, 44 of
Noose 3, at the Officer' Club on treated with 10 percent DDt duet the NE 'quarter of sec. 13, I
Florida'! 67 counties oversubscribed I Starke Dry
Klngsley Lake.Members to control book lice. twp 8 8, range 22 E. their Independence Drive: & LaundryI

I planning to attend'!!: ?trccrd. To eliminate mosquitoes from a Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp of quota, I
Hangs High should make reservations with rdom, use a spray or aerosol bomb Bradford County to Lucile and *, \lrflmlm Bmltk

Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr.. or Mrs. I containing two-tenths of one pep- Fate Brown of Starke. Lot 1 of Bradford County Savings Bond I Phone 28-J Free Pick Up *: ,
Abbott A CoKlelloAND Leslie Biggs not later than Tues cent pyrethrlns and thlooyanates.Sprav block "A" of Mount Pleasant subdivision Chairman W. B. Sewell stated Delivery Starke, Florida
day, August 1. that he had received an expression
behind pictures and curtains, In Bradford County.Mr. .
... .. in closets, and under chairs and and Mrs. H P. Gainey of of gratification from State Advisory r- L--:2
- 'Chairman
Gun Runner beds, and keep the room closed for Bradford County to Earl O. Cook V. H. Northcutt
20 minutes afterward. For lasting of Brooker. Lot 5 of block 16 of of Tampa and R. L. Markham,

Ulth Jimmy Wakely CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION benefit, apply 5 percent DDT solu- the town of Ward City now State Director of the Savings Bond
Also Cartoon Serial Mrs. Rosa Smith of Breece Ill. Lion ,In deodorized kerosene toscreens known as Brooker Division for the commendable participation WITHY

announces the approaching marriage ,idnor facings, and other Lizzie Petterman of Starke to by the people of Florida
Sun., Mon., TUPS., July 30, 31, of her daughter, Betty Louise pllu'p. where mosquitoes may rent. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Easley of and of Bradford County. The

Aug. 1 PHARMACISTS Carter, to Kenneth Frank of 'In using DDT, chlordane, and Bradford County. Lot 8 of block point out that Individuals In FlorIda
Breese Ill. The wedding will take other Insecticides, should 6 of Lincoln have increased their holdings
care be City In sec. 32, twp. .uP'HILC
Guilty" Treason place In the late fall. exercised not to get them In fon<(. 6 S, range 22 E. of Savings Bonds by more than

tuffs or'In dishes and other utensils Mr. aAd Mrs. T. F. Grady of $9 million which sum will be worth

Bonus Granvlllc, Chas IllrkfordAlno Fowler-Melvin for fond and the user should Starke to Francles M. and Jean- more than $12 million if held to

avoid Inhaling insofar as possible nette V Williams of Starke. The maturity In 1960. New 1951 Neoscope .\'iLowA'
Short & Noun .. ... .. .. .. .
1 > spray or dust S'4\ of lots 5 and
I' particles, Dr. 6 and the Nt/
Wed. Thur. ,. Aug. 2, 3 t 1I I Kultert Said.RURAL. of lot 8 and all of lot 7 of block Board Will Hearo 'Philco Television 12/ in.149.9!!

DOUBLE .-. ."'1.l'JtE 1I I "A" of N. J. ,Jones addition t Tax Complaints ,

I i COMMONSENSE Starke. Freezer: Across the Top As Low I
Wings the MorningIn Mr. and Mrs. M.: G. McMillan of On August 7th

I Starke to the Rlvervlew Enter I Philco Electric 194.
prises.! Inc. of Jacksonville Block The Board of County Commissioners Refrigerator
FORFWTS llAVr.fANY! a o( Government Lot 2. Lake Side has set Monday, August 7,
Henry Fonda, Annalx-lla YAMrF.f4.1 tivrTPyS10N; :: sub-division: at 10 Isms as the time *** "' '
of for
sec. 22, twp. 8 S, hearing
PLUS r + FORESTED EXPLAINS range 22.c.: complaints from owners or agents,!! Philco'Dfeep FreezersFrom 193,01:

ON-THE-MINIT SERVICE "Forests of owners of real estate
are more than so many personal
INCIDENTJane board feet of lumber." 48 YEARS AGO ,}or intangible personal property

Fraze, Warren Douglas PHONE That statement, made 'recently the value of which have been fixed See Our New Philco Electric Range
Also News by Louis T. Nieland of the Univer. Items from June 6, 1902 issue by the county Tax Assessor and ;
Day 64 Night! slty of Florida Agricultural Ex. Bradford County Telegraph: accepted by- the Board at Its last

=- -- -=-=-= tension Service, Is :worthy of at. New River news-A. Z. Adklns I, meeting. Broil Under Glass! Single or Double Thrift Oven!

. tention and consideration by all delivered an address on "Higher Also at this meeting the Board'
4It9 land owners and others interested Education" at a banquet at Lake I will give further consideration to We Have In Stock The Very Famous

In tree. Butler In honor of its school. His its budget for 1950 which was advertised

E The Extension!: Service\ forester, address Is said to have been eloquent in tentative 'form last
of course, pointed out that Florid and Instructive.Prof. week. Speed Queen Washing MachinesLong
farmers receive thousands of dol. L. C. Ray has been elected

lars every year for the Umber they: to the piinclpalahip of the Palmet Sing Association
tell but he also emphasized: that I to high school with an Increased Good Service!

STARKE "it' t forests are valuable for their ef. salary The Marion County Singing

-" :.apt feet on the soil and the clirhate and Mrs. Struth and children of Plant Association will meet Sunday, Sta-Rite Water
for other products besides timber, City are visiting Mr. 30 Pumps
Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lex July for an all day session at
Trees In an unburned forest drop Andrews. Simmons Baptist: Church located
Brooker announce the engagement their leaves, twigs, bark, and seed J Capt. J. R. Davis has six miles east of Cltra
lasued on the
A PORTION OF of their daughter, Edith Jewel, to the ground! and thus return to order changing! an Orange C. H.
the Springs road
weekly drillsof according
to Cecil C. Melvin, son of Mr and Nasworthy General Supple
the soil much of
the nutrients they the Guards to L. L. Thompson
THE EDUCATION from Saturday secretary. ,
BUILDING Mrs. C. C. Melvin also of Brooker. take from it in to
growing. a full Dfnner will be
The marriage will be an event ofAugust stand of timber Monday night. All members of served on the E. Call St. 1984CARIENTER'S
27.Ladies. pine for example, the Company will govern themselves grounds and the public is cordially Starke Phone
the accumulation of such material Invited.
has measured as much as 20 ton accordingly.
Must be removed from premisesFor Auxiliary ina year. Plowed fields, exposed S. B. Denmark was here Tuesday
long to the sun lose their produc. and report that his cotton is I
Entertained TuesdayMrs. I tlvcnegs, but soil in the forest continues blooming.: 'Other farmers In different -

W. J. Chander and her rich and productive.The sections of the county say CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTERS!

sister Mrs. Will Godwin, entertained tanopy of the forest protects they have a considerable number'!
Further Information the Soil from. of cotton blooms. I
members of the Ladles' hot sun, strong! ,
wind, and M ss Etta Butch, SPECIALSSUNGLASSES
who has
Contact Board of Trustees Auxiliary of the First PresbyterIan pounding rain. end serve been _
to the soil attending the high
Church In their home Tuesday moderately cool] school departeda
Starke Methodist ChurchT. evening, July 25. In summer, moderately warm In few days ago for her home at Weekend
winter. The force of pounding rain Montbrook. She was accompan;
Colorful arrangements of summer -
II. Slade W. II. Noll man L. A. Davis flowers were used In deco- Is spent by the time it reaches the led home by Mrs. J. E. Futch, who{ Fountain
rating the rooms. forest floor, as the tree tops reduce will spend a few weeks under the Specials

-. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, president Its descent to a drizzle| or drip, and parental roof. I Your Choice of Salads
--- :
the roots of the trees and the FOR REPRESENTATIVE: I
conducted the business meet-
/ the surface mulch hold the soil, thus hereby announce myself a candi- t.11-- 2 C
> devotional ing, Mrs., E.which M. Davis consisted gave of preventing erosion. I date for Representative, subject Congealed Fruit Salad S3c i

Trees are Nature's (and Man's)1 Y to the action of the Democratic .
and scripture; followed it
a. song prayer strongest weapon against wind and primary on July 15. I respectfully ,, Chefs Salad Howl 25cChicken r/ PAIRCarpenter's J
by a stewardship
,' program.
soil erosion and floods. solicit the support of my fellow
the social hour the hostesses
During -
W .,.' were atnlted by 1011'11. Henry Great stretches of trees, Mr. Democrats. V. Long. Salad SSc l .
Nieland a'so pointed out protect In going North, Mrs. J. M. Rifling
Godwin in serving a fruit salad
I growing vegetable and fruit crops who is spending the Summer ,
ITT course with Iced tea to the guests. ) IIt'r tI"ltb
r Ie from extreme of temperature and In Philadelphia stopped at Charleston STATIONERY
I < : from wind damage.Forest. lor a week visiting the
S r I Recent BirthsRecent '.. also provide cool rerre- exposition. In a card to the Telegraph -' Pickles & Saltines

I $ 'ation in hot weather and their Mrs. Rising says the exposition
e' births in North Florida green beauty is of high aesthetic Is wonderful for a city no -
2 boxes
U'Of Clinic were: value to all who see them. larger than Charleston.
.'ts g. C' I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jordan of Unturned forest lands are a J. p.. Gaakins has returned from I

";: so Ot&, !' Melrose, a girl. Nancy Lee on haven for countless birds, and they New York where he has been a. now open until 10

.S\t& en. July :20.! are a source of wild berries, fruits Student at Columbia College of P.M. to meet and fill all of 00
Harold Starling
W "to"- Mr. and Mrs. and! honey. I 1

;Y O"Oll" '" : $6GJ.OQr of Lawtey a girl Linda Joan on "While Umber Is aji Important : drug store needs. Stop by and be
July 16.
source of Income to many farm. convinced that
\ tor tor. :' "...,. .. Mr. and Mrs. Cline W. Pelt ers" the Extension Service worker MAGNOLIA our service is

. 1 '' t Alp:: \t&1.tor.\iiCea1n\\t'l A fe- pew. '.r.dd of Starke, a son, Daniel Cline, on declared, "it Is by no means the friendly and our prices right 1 Formerly To 130 Box

tWd'.l, tar t111ng lueludSt'6 July 14. only valuable thing we get from FISH _
:::t td i top. r1>&':n".i Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. demons our forests. So it behooves us to

.\ \oueB Dewtitulallblia ". ODc1 &1\ of Hellbrona' Springs a ion, protect and Increase/ our forest /"eu Y'

: $1 r.1 indrtaro rid V4 pusga Clifford Lamarr on July 11. lands for the good of all." Our prescription service meets all of the'demands of tur'
Wljllat> Mr. and Mrs. Vollie Grlftli of I
ptlltegtOsN.. to *
,a atMt Raiford, a son, on July 24.

0\11.4a1 '&bt.\1\ an toua S eaATIpN .JOYCE LOUISE DENMARKMr. Recent Deeds MARKET 'r leap, quality, and fair prices. Your satisfaction is oura:11I.:

MiM MGO .... Le touNp Big and Mrs. S. Q. Denmark of )II'. and Mrs George Richen Il

GREG Starke announce the birth of a dollar of Miami to Phillip Mar. 104 E. Call St. \ Telephone "64" "
,.. ,-lt: ; IJ..V day or night for "on-the-minit'8fri'ice.
tineau of Dade The
-. ,, :: daughter Joyce Louise in North County. 8W .
.r 'r. "I *r Florida Clinic on July 17. quarter of the NW quarter of I Open All Day Thursday -
see. U twp. e S, range 20 E. _

HARRIET YORK MAINES Mr. and Mrs. H. E.: Starling of :Special Price: to Church**, Club,
GREYHOUND Starke friends will be Interest
Graham Jennings Starling
S'te. I** nsi supply yon for BarBQ -
to learn of the birth of a daughter, CARPENTER'S
Graham. The NE quarter of the Flak Fife We have paper plate.
Harriet York to Mr. and Un. SW and the of
North quarter the
Temple Avenue Telephone 147-J Starke, Fla, NV4 aaplUa, forks spoons. Ph. 243
Hal Y. Mains of Lake Butler In I SB quarter of sec. 19. twp. 7 S, 1 The Store
L'.... ). Kl irr Un... ... tb 'M.... M... w..- ..< Pr!. tie p.w. the Alachua County Hospital oJuly n range 21 E.!: JVhere You See Your Prescription Filled"Jl1L
W fU .. .
& Si* ynr '.1. 18. I
J, W. Prtvatt of Bradford County



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Mr. and last Mrs.week Robert Metzgrr returned -I Mr. and Mrs Johnny Redgraveand Mrs. Bertha Pearce had as her Straw hot*. wluecd to half price Mr. and Mrs Cam Williams of Margaret Rose Duncan la spend-
form a month's I children spent the past weeki I guests last weekend her" Alvarec .. I
vacation with friends daughter at Store It Bradenton former residents 'of ing this week in Gainesville visiting -
In the North. and relatives i i at the Nasworthy cottage on Mrs. Mary Lane and granddaughter Capt. and Mr*. J. A. Scanlan Slarke are vacationing at their! ; her cousin Sue Duncan.

J. W. Wade of Kingsley Lake. Miss Mary Beth Lane of Jacksonville : and daughters arrived Thursday of cabin on Red Water Lake near Friends of J. F. Klckllter will
was the weekend Ga.,I Mr. and Mn. Freeman Register last week from New Brunswick Hawthorne. They come up every I be glad to know that he is Ira-
brother and guest of his Jr., spent Friday afternoon of last E. R. Smith spent last weekend N. J. Mrs. Soanlan and children: summer to enjoy a rest and catchup proving after an operation In St.
THE NEWS aiater-in iaw,
IN Mrs. Charles T. and week In Jacksonville here visiting: On hla return to will remain In Starke while Capt. on their fishing. All friends I Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville.

Sandra and Wade recently.! Mr. Leah Stevens of Tampa,I New Orleans La., Sunday he was Scanlan la assigned to duty In are Invited to go out to their place

chua are vl Billy Lynn of Ala- spent several days here last week, accompanied by his wife and children Japan. Ha will report to a portof to fish,, swim visit and picnic. CARD OF THANKS
Clewlston is Mr. and Mrs Carl Mathews ltlngtheir grandmother visiting her sister Mrs. W. H.I who had visited Mrs. Smith's embarkation In California on
ot Mr. Mrs. W. 0. Godwin of
Lone er Mrs. Scott and I wish to heartfelt
vacation here and son. Bruce, spent last weekend : Andrews this I Struth\ and other relatives mother Mrs. Bertha Pearce, for August 11. express my
weeks Gainesville' several here
week spent days gratitude and appreciation to the)
wo Mrs. F. H.e at Neptune Beach at the Virgil Miss Lillian Stump returned by several weeks. Mr. and Mm Henry T. Godwin.
this week Mrs. Godwin's
1110thrr. Mr. visiting friends who
Mrs were so helpful
s Mathews home. j son. Harold H. K. Tyus and I plane Tuesday morning after Mr. and Mrs D. L. Thomas Mr. and Mr. A. O. Edwards and mother Mrs. Bertha Pearce and and many thoughtful during the recent

photograpl1lc service Sgt. and Mrs. Norbert Szym- tona Beach spent Sunday in Day-spending a week in New York spent Sunday In Palatka visiting John Godwin spent Sunday at St. Mr. Godwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Illness and death of my mother,
Gilt Shop cask and daughter, Sally Ann, left lulling Mrs. Tyus'j City Mra Thomas' uncle and aunt. Augustine Beach. I
fpmfra b brother and J: Q. Godwin of the State Farm. Mrs Mary E. Cheshler. The beau-
Fb.-163 Monday for Fort Bragg, N.C.j sister-in-law. Mr. and ,Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Bounds Mr. and Mrs. T A. Yawn and
Thratre. I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson Martinet
orf\a(\ Mrs. R. L. Carter On Mr and Mrs. Joe had tiful floral offerings and expressions -
of Mrs.received where Sgt. Szymczak will be sta their return Mr eon. Terry, spent last weekend
sister Jr. and children of Montlcello, and Mrs. S. E. Sparks and "
y Slade they were as their guests this week their of sympathy were very welcome
a wire Wed- tioned. He has been segeant Instructor Bobby Carter accompanied by will arrive today (Friday) to grandson Leslie Thomas, visited visiting Mrs. Yawn's parents Mr. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and .
and eons with the local National who spent this week and Mrs. J. 0. Caldwell at New I
the weekend here Judge and Mrs. H. S. Wilson in '
K>ng j visiting
t Mrs here with them. I Mrs. Joe Pizza and son, Alan, of -George W Che hler.
t Germany at once by Guard Company for the past Miss Joan | Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump and Bronaon last Sunday. Smyrna Beach Tampa.Dr. .
to arrivemyke three and a half years Carpenter had aa her.Misses Mrs. O. L. Boaaley, Mrs. :J. W.Klncaid .
and Lillian Mr
expected Evelyn Stump. and Mrs. V. V. Haasen' visited
are (guest last weekend Miss : and Mrs. H. B. McLendon
Mrs. Suzanne Mra. Kate Shepperd Mrs. Haynes To Keystone
Edward Burns
within the next her from three weeks'has returned Ramsey of Daytona Beach. I I Miss Marilyn Capo of Ormond Mr. Hazen's uncle Fred Hagen, K. 0. Duncan and her house guest I and daughter, Jeannette, have returned I ti;
and a course at
I In
)fre. Long with at the Kanuga Conference of the Kenneth Tyus will return home Beach Is visiting here at the home I Gainesville Sunday. Mrs Roy Smith left Thursday of to their homo In Orlando Dr. O. L. Haynes has opened ,:'

f been in Germane. and Episcopal Church at Kanuga Lake today (Friday) after upending of her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Nelson -' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones and last week for a week's vacationas I after a vacation here with Mrs. building; In Keystone! Heights. Ho ..1.1I

{ for about three weeks visiting relatives T. Green. daughters Beth and Tarn of Way- guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McLendon'a' parents Mr. and Mrs.
until at dental offices In the
remain I N.C.Mr. in Panama City Chatta-': Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jones and Cross, Ca! and C. H. Quick Jr. Sewell in Little Switzerland, N. C.' K. S. Matthews, and with other McKay
KrtnU bpllevedIntrrnatlonal ; and Mrs. J. E. has
It Is Is the son of the late Dr. O. UHayncs
I Green
hooChee and Grand, Ridge daughters Beth and Pamela of Spring were week- relatives at the Gulf near Mart- -
and Mrs J. U And..non.Jr. ,
situation his
aa guests Saturday mother Mr. and Mrs Riley Wasdin and I Way ro"a, Ga.. were guests of Mrs.Jones' end frusta: of Mr. and Mr. C. H. ., of Gainesville anna While In Starke Miss Jean of Starke and before movIng -
earlier de- Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr., had na their
oned their daughter Linda | parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Quick Orlando, the to I In Ma llaon.
l and his brother-in-law and sister spent Monday guest Ian weekend little Mike Porter of was guest Keystone practiced < -
Irom Europe. In Jacksonville on business. I H. Quick last weekend Mr and Mrs. H. L,. Brownlee Anderson of Starke. \ of Miss McLendon. .
reducedL Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and J
La straw hats G. :J, McGriff spent several j Mrs. Juanita Phillips and Mlas Mr. and Mrs. :J. R. Chasteon, Jr.,I
days _
2* daughters of Gainesville. .nn .., .
t,at Alvarez. this week in Tampa attending the Judy Green' spent Friday in Jack and Mrs J. E. Futch spent last .-'- ,"_ c' .. c- c '0 _I _, .-.-- _, .
General' Electric' Sales College sonville.\ weekend at St. Augustine Beach.

All dress straw nan half priceat Friends of R A. Newsome will Mr and Mrs. Ben Rowland have SHOP SAVE AT DENMARK'S FURNITURE COMPANY f

Alvarez St4>rr. 2t regret to learn that he U confinedto aa their guests this week their

for Rent Mr." and Mrs. J. A Gilbert of his home because of Illness. daughter Mrs. Dwight Marshalland -
dozers 3-PIECE .-. ':'A tr :
Georgetown Ky., are visiting Mr.I Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had daughter, Sandy of Apalachicola ,

and Mrs. H. C. Ritch for two as guests last weekend Mr. and t A ., watt r.r.
weeks. They are at the Dowling Mrs. Frank Kosrick! of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J, L>. Anderson .1

Land Clearing cottage on Kingnley Lake. Beach Mr. 'and Mrs. Eugene had as their guests Sunday their) ecirooitiSuits
9 G. :J. McGriff, :Jr. spent several Loadholtz and Miss Janet Load- son and daughter-in-law, Mr and

Stumping days this week here with his holtz of Lowpa. and J. W. Wells Mrs. J L. Anderson, Jr., and Mrs. ,

motehr, Mrs. G. J. McGriff and daughter, Burnlce, of Pensa- Teford Raines and sons Johnnyand

Drainage Ditches Mr. and Mrs J. E. Hardy and cola. Bill, all of Gainesville.

0 daughters Janet and Joyce, spent I
Sunday in Jacksonville.
tRoad Grading L
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bereah of Branch of '
Every Designed BeautifullySeel! 1 Y
New Orleans, La., were guests of ;

Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Johnson and Regularly 119.50 '
DAVE MOIK laughter on Monday of last w..ek.Mr. .

and Mrs. Ellis Thornton, .
-- -
Mrs. Edna Hart Mrs.! Pearl Col-

In. Del., Starke, or Contact Me at Crosby Lake son Mr and Mrs. Henry Hill and ,
John Christiansen attended theWard 7950
I Conference In Jacksonville .
Mr and Mrs. John Jinks and PHONE 146 SALE PRICE

twin daughters of New Orleans.La. Service Over 50 Years
., arrived last weekend to visit Constant -

y\\\\t\\\ SERYJCE'STaDI) their mother Mrs John Chris

PHONE 189 : U; tiansen. METAL See Our Nice Selection of N

Mr and Mrs. R A. Colson and
State Roads 100 & 2AO family spent Sunday In Brooker Boards Lawson Sofas

STARKE FLORIDA visiting! Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Coition. THEATRESTARKE / iW! Ironing

Mr and Mrs E. J. Dowling Sr.,
TILL 1 .mFIUNOr. AROUND Your Living Room j
OPEN 5 A.M 11 P.M. had as their guests last Monday Lasting ( ..n"lru'Unn (

Mrs.. F T Elerbee D. Dyal of of Panama Brooker.City Mrs.J. and. Dedicated To Community :Service-; \ |hares with any fit Board! Will\ De "Snmrt" {{'Itlt". Thin. I. waonUcg. f ij.I

Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Mrs. Ruby Britt of Ocala. "Mo\le. Arc Better Than K\rr": l.I\\.:t. At Special I 1IO.no Vain.. !Ia"ft

Mra. L. Hood and son, Jim, of 795 11I20:1.950:
And Accessories I Palatka were guests of Mrs. Hood'n Saturday, July 29 ONLY Tues & Wed., Aug. 1 & 2 I Price of At Hale I.r..f. .

brother-in-law and sister Mr and -iOt7BLE; FKATIJHE: I Ir

MrR. W E. Dowling of Kingsley GREGORY r
Let in SIL-MCLECr: ; year car Lake for several days this week WJ1: Excellent Values Are Always To lie Found At Denmark' I

by the new Silicone process The new Mrs. Charles Hardy visited her FlUDV t PECK i '
t 7
way to lasting car beauty. $7.50WATERPROOF mother. Mm. G. E. Mc'Gauley In tilOVJf Visit Us fuse Our lludget Wan. 't

[ 0 Corrosion ResistantLASSIFIED Palatka' last week. \ ) The I ,
RO well McGauley visited his I c>

brother-in-law and sister, Mr and t

,.. Mrs. Charles! Hardy last Sundayen t t Denmark Furniture Co. t tI
route from Palatka to Califor- ( rI
I I i'cTerror +
nia.Mr. I site PHONE FLA.Barksdale's
151 STARKE .
and Mrs. L. O. Hazen had I er G MILLARS MITCHELL I

-- -- -- as their guests last weekend Mrs. I Olrietvd by Produced by ,

Hazen's brother-in-law and sister] HENRUING'NUNNAllYJOIINSON'luM .
Ihwuv fist he high and 402 N Marlon Ht, lake City, 'Ioifor Mr. and Mrs. George Bsrbour and I ''Ii I .
fI..trlc: available. 8tat!! NEW and USED Singer SewIng Richard, of Gainesville.Mrs. "
son Latest News & Tlinry UrIron"
Vic*. private, caHh. Write Mactiln Reasonable month I __
T Prmlford Countv, Tl8t *- ly terms and special Quarterly A. D. Crosby and Mrs. M., Cartoon /
rke, Fla. Zip-7128 Heml-Annual, and Annual terms F. Hazen spent Tuesday In Gainesville .
for farmers, ( In
tome to MOA UB
rahma bull wt. 1080 Iba or phone 880, or wrlte UH or free on business. I i "JAND Thure. & &Fri. Aug. :3 & 4 :
Birked. Branded with demonstration In I :"
E your homy.tr Mr. and Mrs.! Eugene Long and SummerBegins
Hirneiitli. nil for return '
'm.Unn.John AVhltah..ad.plOJ daughter Mary Ann attended the I ,_.. --"! BIG( STORY 8
Lake fuller 4tp-8111.S
I FOR FREE TELEVISION IN YOUR Goldwire Co IRon birthday celebration I
'''. *, SF.RYICF.-also Shepherd Radk'a. Seat Covers. in Brooker last Sunday.Mr. I BEHIND THE f I
..lIn. ..n lr.. r.... IttH.ft A T. V. Stark, tf and Mrs. L. O. Hazen hadas Texas ... _
..mire.f AIRLIFT! 1
Flrrlrlr: from !
their guests Thursday

ll.E: lt-acr.* farm with 5'M CARPENTERS.When .- through Sunday their! son-in-law A Fast Action Western t rK TodaSALE EVERYTHING
All farmable land. Un- want it builtor and daughter Mr. and Mrs Don Also. Cloap. :2 "King of BockeUnen" f. '
1 ml E. of Lawtey I .. \ ,
Gainesville. :\, I
l olrman, box 193 Lawtev repaired see us. patray of & "Bungle In Jungle" Cartoon 1 ,
alp T2Snik -0-- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy had I -., 1,

'DlOII REP"IREnl Every Kind of Building as their guests Wednesday herparents Sun. & Mon.,,July! 30 & 31
| .. All .....1.. Mr. and Mrs. O. W Barry Ii .
I. ..h'.... .......t..... Wood Cement Blocks: **. .117-; "
4". ('. MIFPIIKH"lpM of Brooker. asswa-a 1 DRESSES
.... ,., !I..rk. .. arks a.'ItI or Concrete. All Work Mrs. Shellie Hall and Miss Shar- I AOsu . .' 89c
guaranteed.J. weekend In l
I Hall spent last

B MHAVLINO'"r Jark. .nn. Jack.on of. any Trans kind D. Ricks & Sons I Jacksonville on with Mrs. Hall's :Yi11p1iipog r 1 lot CHILDREN'S DRESSES 1.89

Ph. 165 or 49-W. U ( brother and sister-in-law! Mr and I''

I'. IN PsFn HAOIOS, INQUIRE Mrs. T. F. Hutto. YJlRi1I1L E EFlu 1 lot CHILDREN'S DRESSES 2.49 '
,506 ST. CLAm ST. ,
t.Pn(1NoIn\PR5' .. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. LittleHeld .... >"""'.
T4NI.., ......... .., I .L.--r --
IKLEH "C SHEPHERD.t. or Rt. 1 Box 267, Starke and children of Ochopee and Miss c-:.:.=:=..- -- ----- -- I 1 lot CHILDREN'S: DRESSES 0 .. 3.98 ,

It Madison Sti, Stark :Julia Brown of Folkston. Ga.. ., latest World New. A- "CH Y

GOOD USED GENERAL ELECTRIC. I were weekend guests of Mr. andMrs. of Children" Parade Plus Latest .March; of Tlmr"J 1 lot Children' SUN SUITS (were 1.98) NOW 98c :
.L YOUR TIMBER refrigerator for iale. F rf t.t ru n- Maxwell Vickers ,
Inn condition. Can be seen at i
NOW 208 Lafay.tt. St., Starke. -
All Our 6.95 & 7.95LADIES'
.l t Cash Prices Paid 21-71211

HOUSE PAINTING don. to fit your I
ILL BUY IN HULK pume. Fre. enllrrmtea by area DRESS SHOES NOW\ 4.98
Experienced and with equipment a e
OR I IX UNIT -Albert Starke. Martin, Rt. 1, H"418'11NOTICE 2V.' .

P\MN' vv! PECK : Anybody. having cow for I Hot I Ladies' & Children's SANDALS 98c '
122 Fath
John W. Turner .al. contact Ovid trfiwln. .
R>., or J. T:! Price HO* Stocktf; r. t
P. 0. Box 463 ton St. Th. S-M4K, fax. I II

Gainesville Fla. TILE I F Ladies' SUMMER HATS .* 98c i

me a-post card and I w. IwMall all-kind. of tile la old J K : Ladies' SUMMER BLOUSES 0 e . 98c & 1.49 ;
ill tome
see you: or sew .trut.r<..

I n: "n..al Nursed Aldir' ... Hard Tile for baths. Si kitchens. Ladies SUMMER DRESSES (were 9.95) o. NOW 6.95 I
Tile for I "
nc required. Apply Armstrong's Reillent '
yinrlda Clinic., City. tfn' floors such a" Asphalt Tile., Retrulor) 5.95; & 6.95 ,_
) : I-room apt. all fur- Tile ,
Cork Tile

"...r.mc nt cheap 81..ldr.to.* or couple Dal-lip.-or Yard AIM Goods 1If..,..Rugs.... ('ar etc./rtl. r. I._.,,";..;:.0-""-'. LADIES' SUMMER] DRESSES Now Only 3.98Men's ; :

,J EE; :'IIo'F.Y kan1 FOR TO"I Call ua tow FREE ESTIMATES

VPRINTI.D*.I Vnn2for fUrlMmas(' > bIR' Card. I SPORT SHIRTS (were 3.95 & 4.95) NOW 2.69Men'

i'. rSl. foriChristmaaill, JUDD TILE CO. disking at all time.. Operation is limple.
I* M. H. Judo1 Think olul! In lees! than two minutes you
"*J Peachtree mntg on approval.. rbFOR SIB-J Mai.*.* hook the John Deere Pickup Disk Smooth, positive Touch-c-maHe hydraulic SPORT SHIRTS (were 2.95) NOW, 2.29& 1.98 -
eta. NEmul Dept. can lIP lower seta the disk
pa, Deere "M" or MT"control: raises, or gangs .

"fT..: Modern fur" I-.m liD a. bath RENT.lectrlclty: Furn. cabin* hot 2 wat.r.Plnehuret rooms 110. Harrow to a be John on your way. There noWmfwagied at any working depth desired :. on the go. Men's & Boys' Bathing Suits Greatly Reduced!
Rt. delay.
n .r..n'd
Court. .
porch apt. All Tourist no lost motion no thl pickup harrow andThere's
tonsnlrnrs. Mr.. J. t I Phone 17-R-l-l. J4'7'I'FOR harrow Cloce-coupled l :
to heavy
114 W. Madlaon.; lipeen house and all or struggling to lift a the your "M" or "MT" Tractor handle ea.lly Men's POLO SHIRTS ( 1.95 2.95) Now 1.25 1.98Boy'
SALE: -rm. muscles to massage were
IM.: ,
: "* on nc sore
I".Raby crib ,In good part of IH acr. pecan "> >limits' In place; at row-end along ditch bank, in tight

.rks Thoma. E. Lewis lip. 111"8-4 with Kalford all conv.nl.neea hl.hway In. Near city "ho,1." next day. to the corner: anywhere you want to disk. POLO SHIRTS (were 1.50) . NOW 99c ,
Box ;
I.P. 2O- Jamoa' N. Walk. Rt. a II.p\ Excellent dishing U ? *& Plan now to lee this new harrow; try it in
ot ser. farm 1 mill Btarko. of the John Deer.
ehrlt.' fixed-angle construction: in '
on Jao Come toon.
III..bway.1I the
tradeufor: for ale lioi: EWI>cat .... ..-".1' ri.lllo1l? the right angle for good ;
I set at lust (
Disks are .
... or
aeoltk Discount On !
.!!..... cow. Earl Its A *S'r"'RKIiI" .11.JER5EY. _. flURY..n,.. 2.2.."pet. _..- Store-wide Savings! --- Everything
II"' K
vloml a> .
'M'All 4.rm *0".. AnI(. 1 toe irltvr*** to 7.:: *_ ..H i>"""- Nasworthy -- General Supplies t .
I.'lt. H.
northaof Start. -!*+* xlth 2.2. C. 1 1BARKSDALE'S

C",.Iml.!, RC I, Boa 13.L. FOR RENT: t-rm modern montb.heel.APply on. SUrke. Florida Phone 198-J Starke
--- Ito Church lit. at PO per Itp East Call Street Fla.
41* Cent.r lit.. IItark. "
nrAaPle: bedroom. ..t, a .
amlltaa, 071 the, lur"Uur.. FOR BALK: Strawb.rr mla? *i'.'.lBo =OKN Oagtt .y v
Madison Wainwright 1 ? ,
Ave.Ito 'H.C. .
Lawtay. &&Q .'
r t I a ,
jh iL c0OPls' oifant ,
-- Irotpelnteeel FOR RENT upl o. -
; > I
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:'b. -mnd.rnly "rnl"Xd 7plhnuii "
etYU."ondl- ..1 >
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N. It 45 J!:. Iltb -t" Stark.



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Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Hailrud of Wynn's brother, was their week daughter Carolyn, were visiting I cousins, Mrs and

scraps and minerals along with all Trenton attended church services end guest Mr. Jones' parents Mr. and Mrs Johns in St. Petersburg Ily...
eat. When the
she can
.* the meat corn scraps were first put In front BROOKERBy held at Rock and visited Mrs. H. Mrs. Marlon Crews and baby RTJ. Jones of Brooker last Friday. Mr. and :r.fr .

p. Gainey last weekend. daughter Nell, of Ralford recently Mr. and Mrs. Karl Morateln and Gainesville O"I11PSPY&q
; of her she dove into it as thoughshe Iva Me Lewis were
DIARY would never stop eating. But Mrs Everett Gauvy and children -. visited relatives here. family of Rising: will soon be: of his parents. Mr' andy toA

1 apparently she was starved for are visiting her parents in I II i I Mrs Ola M. Perkins returned' moving to their new home in De-' Sapp, SundayMr lItt

: By Sm McGarvey protein supplement, for after a Birthday Honored North Carolina for a few days. ,i home Saturday after spending land. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis of Miami : and Mrs
Mrs. Q. B. Colnon honored her several weeks In Gainesville where Hayes
t.. while'she less and less of It t who have bought the Mora vllle
ate I Several farmers from here are attended :
husband Sunday, July 23rd witha she did first semester work at ehuto 11 its
The author will be glad to recrlve -
until now only a few mouthfuls I attending the Lake City tobacco teln place, will move to our section Bridge Sunday K
In their home
Items of Interest, concernIng birthday dinner I the University ot Florida.
how i We wish the
j. seem. to be enough. But sale soon. Mors- I Mr. and
J' here. Guests for the occasion Mr. i ,,
the activities of In
farmer and jo'
she has grown! She was only a Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May telns the best of luck in their new 'r""*
Mr. and Mrs E. C. Long Little Ray Gano Is spending a daughters I
were ,
Brsutfprd County. Suggestions may 60 pounder when we got her from sons were visitors to Hampton home, and also welcome Mr. and Cethrrn) Ind
be left at the Telegraph office or I'I and daughters Betty and Martha few days with his parents, Mr. visited MI'II. E Btr
Mom but now she Is almost as Sunday. Mrs. Ellis to our section. I A ,;
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, Lois of Ha i ford:; Mr. and Mrs. i and Mrs. Ovid Gano of Gainesville. I of last 'aPDTt
big as Porky (:who weighs about Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Allen and week.
Florida. P. F. Flume, Mr. and Mrs. Gene I
323): ) and growing all the time.I children spent Sunday In Pa-
.. Long and daughter Mary Ann, I Mrs. B. H. Conerly of Orals and -.
So the bag of meat scrape, even latka. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas, Mr Will of Gainesville
Mrs Conery NEW\ RIVER
After the heaviest rainwe've old friends, Sam grabbed up the at $7.50 a hundred, was a good Maurice Ed yards, and Mr. and visited Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott Malcolm E. Smith of Bradenton, PHONE

ever experienced In our short time Ice water bottle which was standing Investment. S Mrs. R. A. Colson and' daughters Sunday.HAMPTON. had charge of the Baptlat Sedvices By Mr*. E. A. Sapp 218
on the sink, and took a' drink
here In Bradford County, our field Dianne, Margaret and Kay, all last Sunday.
of It. When Alice discovered it,, The only stork we've seen on the i COLONiAiFLORIST
soaking wet. But we of Starke; Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Those from here attending the
were really Brother Fred Dodd conducted
she was -alarmed, for she had put NoFencelaw
highway since the new
and C. J. Crews of Brooker. I Gray-Butler Wedding at Tampa
have early Hairy Indigo seed to some ammonia In It to clean it, services at Long Bridge Christian -
went Into effect belongs to-
Friday evening, July 21st were
get planted so we had to get and she chased Sam down to Shutord' Mrs. Ida Weeks of Santa Fe Church Sunday and .Brother
usl! Three of the Seven Dwarfs Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. Mary
going. In the middle of the week Service Station to call up visited Mrs.' O. B. Colson Friday.Mr. By Mrs M. C. Sweeney Brackman brought a timely message
we drove Powerful Katrlnka (our Dr. Middleton. His advice ,was got out on the highway and we and Mrs. V. V. Hacen visited Williams and son. Howell Mr. Monday night. The services
I and Mrs. Otto Hicks, Mr. and Mrs.
tractor) Into the Pole House Patch followed (a level teaspoonful of| almost had a fit when we saw friend and relatives here Sun were well attended. I
Gene Bit Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
and began discing. It was heavy dry mustard In a glass of luke them. Now have to find the place day. ,. Reception for MinisterAll Mr. anti Mrs. A. P. Moore of Miami FLOWERSFOR

going-really more like dredgingthan warm water) and all was well' where they broke out and fix It. Reed Lewis of Starke visited friends are Invited to attend! Miss Allen Maggie and family Johnson:Mrs. Mrs.Bert Dyal J. L. are back with us for a visit. ALL OCCASIONSDISH !

cutting up-and more than again. I' relatives here Sunday. a reception honoring the Rev. and They have their house trailer with
Makes us snicker, though when Williams, Mrll. 'Dan Johnson, Mr.
once we would have bogged down of Chattahoochee Mrs. Robert C. Gray at the Com them. Folks of this community
but Just when the big wheels The electric water pump Is of i) we remember what .we read in a Rev. Guy Owens munity Hall Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Frank Williams Mrs. give them a cordial,welcome.
started to dig down we'd lift the again! We have had Mr. Phillip., book on hogs: "If hogs have enough Rev.,anti Georgia Mrt. Donald has Martin visiting fora July 30th from 3:00: until 5:00: C. C. Tldwell Mr. and Mrs. Ed-I Deloran Hodges ra visiting Iliar @
shade and water ward Saxon. Mrs Bertha McIntosh -
harrow and get out of the hole. (Lawtey electrician) check the, feed they o'clock.
Anyhow we" did manage to cut wiring, Florida Power and Light will. not break out!" That Is a few days. | Mrs. Mamie Mead, Misses #

up the field and achieved our main check the :voltage and a ServiceMan I lot of good old-fashioned apple. Vance Russ and Mrs Francis H.V.B.S. ProgramA Doris' Parker Josephine Thomasand

purpose which was to allow the from the outfit which sold sauce. The Seven Dwarf have Runs and children of Lake City commencement program of Peggy Dyal, Charles and Otto QUICK RELIEF from GARDENS:

field to dry out. Several days us the pump work on It. and still II 7 acres of corn to eat and a whole visited here Monday. | the Dally Vacation Bible School Hicks Jr., Frank and Emory. rOTTERYPOTTED

later we got Into the patch again we have no water! Trouble I Is, pond of water and yet they broke Friends of Rev. C. A. Crosbywill will be held on Friday night (to- Brown, Junior Home, and Earl PRICKLY HEAT

and this time really cut It up, and with the motor, which runs for out. Why? Just for the devel- be glad to learn that he Is Im- night i at 8:00: o'clock In the Bap. Norman. I Booth nrlckljr hot and diaper rash PLA.TSFLOWERS

then Alice sowed the Hairy In a while then hums, gets overheated try of it probably. One of them proving. We wish him a speedy''' tist Church. All parents and son promptly to work wlttt fut LYCO-BO-ROL.ilvlnt' the akin Medicated a Ml.v.tr .1.I ..

digo. We did not attempt to and quits. And then we said: "Let's have aome fun! Let's recovery. | friends of the children partici- I MnoMhMU.Wed ky doctors: 30 r "n. WIRED

cover the seed, but waited for have to carry water, boll It for bust out and see if we can scare We are proud to report that Mrs. pating are cordially Invited to be PINE LEVEL Pin for all, with minor monnrbMksiurinUi.LYCOBOROL akin Irritation Bold. ANYWHERENona
bf druMliti
the next shower to do It for us dl'lnllnr..flrry :water for stock the wits out of the d. Yankee. John Cone has been able to returnto present I
We did not have long: to wait! and our beautiful tathroom Is e her home here after being confined -' J By Mrs II. M. McRae Stark|
lust about useless. All of which Think we have the problem of to Alachua County Hospl- Ladles Council .

The back field which we planted strengthens our conviction that Comfort and her scouring solved tal for a few days. ,I The July meeting of the Ladies
I Council met with Mrs. G. P Wads- The Rev. W. E. Hall filled his! -
her first ;
last Is sprouting We let nurse and then I
in Indigo week. we will never again buy anything Mls Almetia Dyal Is a patient I
for a short time at each I worth on Wednesday afternoon, regular appointment In the pulpit
up all over. We were afraU that unless we have a guaranty that only one In North Florida Clinic at Starke
have of the teats, and then before she July 19th. Mrs. J. C. Wynn was of Pine Level Baptist Church,
all the heavy rains we we will get prompt service. But We wish her a speedy recovery.; FOR YOUR
knows what's shove i program leader, and the subject Sunday morning and evening. A t REQUIREMENTS:\
had might have washed the seed there's no use in crying over ,pilled happening we Valburn Harrell of St. Petersburg -I'
I "
her out into the It was "Overcomers. Miss Norma good attendance was noted at
away, but apparently all that milk (or In this case no water) ray Is visiting relatives here this
happened was that the tiny black and we'll have to get the problem not be the right thing to do, but week. I I I Sweeney was the visitor present all services. One member joinedthe It Pays To Trade With Sladt I

square-shaped seed became covered solved somehow or other. at least she has come back to ( and gave interesting view points church by baptism
and she Mr.' and Mrs. L. V. Mann and as a student of Christian Educa! night. Sunday/ "
and then came to life. Our normal is eating some PROPANE G.-\S
Bobby and F. A. Mann of
main problem In planting cover But these doggone troubles grain now and Is grazing. How Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and ,
Dundee visited Mr. and Mrs. T. ApplluiUn
crops so far has been In properly pile up one on top of the other. much longer we will be able to S. Mann and daughters last week Bob Davis Ian Hay and Hugh 'Miss Sherley McRae returned GASWiJ

covering the seed, and when we You see, we have our electric handle her this way .we don't Coombs of Bryan home Saturday after a visit in
have tried to disc In the seed know. .But we will wean her University Dayton Olustee with SLADE
fence connected up on the water end.Mr Tenn.; Jim Harris of Grand Mr. and Mrs. McRae' GAS COMPANY Inc
lightly we have covered It too pump power line and In order to 'when she. gets too big to toss W L. Thomas of Baldwin Mich. son-in-law and daughter ,
Rapids School of the Bible
visited Mr. and Mrs.. T. S. Mann
deeply. So now we are depending around. Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
shut It off, we shut off the electric and Music; and Dick Griffiths of Taylor. Misses E. Call St. Starke Fla.
and daughters last weekend.
on rain to do the job of coveringand fence And when we do, Red Columbia Sherley and Gwen 1'elcH"e are visit
C. Bible
It apparently is ;working. busts through the fence and wanders Jay and Harold Eunice have Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughters i were the College, ing Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Connors In

When you get a field planted In all over the pasture. So we bought a registered Brahma bull Janet and Jayne of Starke visitedher ; the young men comprising Jacksonville this week and Mr.

a summer cover crop, you can at have to stop whatever :we're doing calf. They certainly have made parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Missions deputation team of Foreign and Mrs. Taylor were Saturday

least cross that part of the farm and get Red back and fix the what appears to be a good investment : Barry Thursday afternoon. Fellowship which recently dinner guests at the B. M. McRae
off your worry list. It the indigo fence again. Some day we'll writea for we read In our cattle I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles of the First Christian home.

grows well our fields will be Improved book entitled: "How not to manual (Beef Cattle in Florida. Lake Butler were guests of Mrs Church here. They are now hold- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae Mr. .
sent free to of E. J. Lewis Monday. Ing meetings !In West Virginia.J. .
Instead of deteriorating. farm!I" on request Dept. and Mrs. John Edwin McRae and
Agriculture, Tallahassee) that 8 A large crowd of Brooker people H. Parker left on Friday fora Mrs. H. M. McRae were visiting

Had friend from the North, Something was eating the foliage purebred bull achieves more In two I attended the ordination services visit to Flint Mich. He was in Jacksonville Monday.RISING. CHARACTERand

:Mr and Mrs John Slligt of Irvington generations than a grade bull with held at the Baptist Church accompanied by Maurice Lee, who
off the trees and vines in
New Jersey, visit us for a our 8/4 blood does In five. More and 1 for Rev. Barney Andrews Sunday returned to his home In Flint. well known standards of Service

few daya. John enjoyed his visit I orchard' so we mixed up a solu- more stock raisers In the Countyare afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. Andrews Mr and Mrs. Wallace Collins are have been earned and maintained by

tremendously, as In p"-irr.G wltli '..c.i' containing' nicotine (as the improving their stock by leaps has been called to La Crosse spending some time In Went Palm

a lot of other city folks he lives leaves were eaten). We will see and bounds. Baptist Church.A Beach. t long years of faithful attention in

for the day when he can settle what happens and if'that doesn't While speaking of cattle, we large crowd of people from Mrs. J. D. Day and Mrs. male Mrs Edward Norman Serving economically in this vicinity.

down on a little arm. He made stop the trouble we'll use something noticed that our dairy cow, Joy here attended the big annual meet- Morrow of Plant City spent several -

friends with Leo drove the tractor else. But the trees-orange, keeps the grass around the laying ing service which was held at days last week with Mrs. Mr. and Mr. F. M. Jones and

and helped to chase the hogs lime grapefruit pear peach plum, house grazed down closer than Rock Primitive Baptist Church Frances Wadsworth and MarshallM. little' son, Bruce of Ft. Pierce

out of the cornfield. Like most and pl.'can--are all doing well elsewhere. We figure that It Is last weekend. I Matchett. They were en were visiting their uncle and aunt, DeWITT C. JONESPhone

folks who visit down here they otherwise.. Certainly glad that we because we whitewashed the lay- Mrs. Ada Kite of Gainesville I route to their home after a three Mr. and Mrs. Edward -Norman, ''
talked about coming back and got the orchard started, as it Ing house, and there ia some lime I was dinner guest of Miss Lubedla weeks' visit In Atlanta and Macon last weekend. 7 'Starke, 'Fla.

settling down here. Is which In the soil there Plnholuter Thursday. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. James Normanand
a thing many
S Mrs. E. J. Lewis and son of Columbia
Mrs. Lottie Ga.
but were Funeral Director Ambulance
people plan never quite get Mrs. Fred Whidden has Service
In the excitement of meeting done. And all the trees we have Another tractor demonstration Edwards were shopping in Starke guest her sister Mrs. as visiting in this section last week
cost around here this week. It's a Wednesday afternoon. Ayers, Our local funeral home enables us to offer convenience ud
only ten dollars!
a over of Lndington. Mich., and end.Miss
pretty safe guess that the number Miss Iva Mae Lewis was dinner Sandra Jones of Brooker services not otherwise available.We .
Betty Fuller of Cocoa.
Save Time Work Alice tried to persuade a Barred of tractors In this County is goingto guest of Mrs. J. E. Hardy of returned home Friday after spend-
increase rapidly soon. Starke Thursday.We Little Janice Alderman has been ing three weeks visiting Miss Car- 6 ,
Rock hen to set on a nest of .
and eggs but although it was broodyIn S are sorry to report that Mrs. visiting reatlves In Tallahassee. oyn Jones of Rising. furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, tit

Money the chicken coop aa> soon as she Hear everywhere that strawberry Eva Harrell Is a patient of Ala-1 I Mary Katherine Wadsworth of Herbert Norman, who has beenon accept ANY life Insurance poUcy in force Issued by ANT
runners are going to be chua County Gainesville. :Gainesville spent last week in the the sick list for
out it on a nest It flew around Hospital, six weeks, is company as payment In part or In full on a funeriL
Pounds Of Your like wild and screamed bloody pretty scarce this fall. The big We wish her a speedy recovery i I home of Mr. and Mrs J. C. Wynn. able to be back at work again. Consultation carries no obligation.

9 Laundry Done Ia murder. After a number of ""aeon'plants' nlmnafr ItnnKtttlnable u..uu.-' Truby Pinholster Mr. and Mrs. I Charles Parker, of Madison Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and

from Arkansas and not near U A. Brown and Mrs. Rosa Pin.
'* patient efforts Alice finally
Only. '
ly enough from Tennessee\ holster visited Smiley Pinholster.a ,
threatened it with an ultimatum:
Mlnutee. It Is Wahed Set on those eggs, or simmer in a e e I patient In a hospital In Jack ....
Looks like the danger of a sonville Friday.Mr. .
pot 100M. but it tasted good
40 Spotlessly!' Clean I grasshopper" plague (ia ever present and Mrs. Steve Hague of

Ready To Iron I Came across a formula for according to reports from points In I Gainesville were supper guests of
I Florida and Georgia, but prompt Mrs. Florence Varnadoe Friday s .
successful raising of broilers: a
I* All It 'action seems to keep the menace night. Drive homeS
5,3.3 yardstick for measuring results.
(1oCGostel contained. Shudder to think whatIt Mrs. John Thomas of Jackson
Try Our Ser- Using this teat, you should '
have no more than 6% mortality would be like to have a horde ville and Mrs. Carey Dukes of LaCrosse
vice Soon! '
the birds should weigh 3 pounds of grasshoppers descend on our visited Mr. and Mrs, E. J. p '
farm and strip it of every green Lewis and attended the big annual S
at age of 8 weeks and should have ,
Cents DRIES Your consumed than 3 growing thing. meeting held at Rock Church last
20 no more poundsof .
Laundry! feed for each pound of gain. weekend. -
Probably this idea has merit but It's wonderful the Improvementthat Mrs. Pearl Jeffords of Stlen- factsStep

broiler production, as we under* a gallon of paint and some hatches and Mrs. Carrie Dell La. 't nsr. -
wall paper will make in a room. I hauls of Miami visited Mrs. Florence
stand It, has become a big business .
The Washeteria# with a small profit on a large Our living room was dingy and Varnadoe Saturday afternoon.Rev. .
number of birds. dark when we started, but now, Guy Owen of Chattahoo-

S thanks to wallpaper and white. chee Ga., preached a very enjoy *
823 Temple Avenue Speaking of feeding, Henrietta paint on the doors and trim It. able sermon here at the Baptist into a TOWER %z Chevrolet

shows the results of being fed meat ia beginning .to .look. attractive. Church Sunday morning.
Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. Mattie

Think Planning we will our attempt fall crops to raise now were Sowell.in and Starke Mrs.shopping J. P. Monday Baxter ,t& and enjoy the big driving thrill of the day

some of our
1 own plants, but fall

I'I' ing that we will buy them. Going am.Mliis Geneva Stokes is spendinga $ 'S tt smooth, effortless no-sMjt driving at lowest cost!
try to get started early as "
i few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. "
last year .we did not get under B. Runs of Apopka. / .P

1ty\ r way until it was really too late. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford' Hicks F a 0 rd, I I II Come In! Sit In a Powerglide Chevrolet and drive homethtst
II : Another
!' resolution to keep! and children of Starke visited her ,- I facts. Here's finest no-shift driving at lowest cost;

-. parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Q. Stokes., '( &v I for all you have to do in ordinary driving is: Set the

Sunday. ''rat; s, J I lever in "DRIVE" position-press on the accelerator- n

i. I Misses Betty and Martha Long I glide along smoothly, silently, at ony desired speed-with

: u of Ralford attended services here s ''; I out clutch pedal or gearshi/ting! Remember-Chevrolet is
R at the Baptlat Church Sunday I Transmission
the only low-priced car with Powerglide Automatic
morning.Mr. I
'aa and 105-h.p. Yatve-io-Iiead Engine-the: only
ada and Mrs.
n G. A. Gay were in '
Gainesville on business Saturday. y a priced car offering the no-shift driving reeulU listed below.

I Mr. and Mrs. George Rabom

only the FORD TRACTOR has the I Gainesville and daughter Saturday were shopping in

Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Gay and
eons Gerald and Austin, visited No Clutch Pedal- I So Much Simpler-

PROOF. METER relatives In Trenton Sunday.Mr. r, I No Work to Driving! So Much Safer! Ti.,7

and Mrs. C. E ParrIsh of '

Lindon and Mr. and Mrs. Billy .

Now Standard qtlamont on IVtrjr Now ford Tractor Streamline your Crosby of Dade City visited Mr. Smoother Powerflow Full Chevrolet Thrift .JIl

.-" Mrs. J. W. Thomas-last week- at All Yr
BUY ON PROOF Instead of Promises! lire Insurance end. r Speeds! In Over-all Driving '

M'sej' ; MarcIa Key Hares" of .

Why guess about tractor performance--Ae/of. you buyor tarke visited Miss Mary Francis i- Levels Hills-

slier you.buyl Now guesswork is no longer necessary! SEECharley H....n Sunday. .- I Cuts Driver Fatigue-_ "..._.'... 01 ,....._.liM. I"JI .,.;.

The new Ford Tractor Proof-Meter shows pnJor_&., C. L. Adklnsnn and daughter" Multiplies Thrills I Increases Car Lifel! : ':arGeese t:: './,..'.".""..,.""

tfiicititcy and ttonomy right before were. In Starke...ahopplng Wednesday -

your eyes on the dashboard. It will Mrs Rosetta Howell and grandson Is drive a Owmbt. .. wW yw'UFIRST ., (l r yw"
pay you to see this Proof-Meter E. Johns Ronald, visited her daughter ......."...... wily We re..aw.s.w Gate In *.!" a Chassid l .. red

TODAY!Only the Ford Tractor has it! Agency Mrs. Colene Wiggins of Jacksonville ......, W why',IfAMERICA'S .
last week. SElLER
Phoa. 1$ STARKE, FIJI. Mr. and Mrs. Abe BEST
Dixie Equipment Co.. Inc. Jacksonville visited Mrs.Crosby H. P.of AT LOWEST COSTI'! a. .AMERICA'S BEST IUYf

10:6: So. Main 81. Galnsevllle, 11a.f ... Galney Mrs Saturday..
V Strickland and daughter
..trw war ae..r-.er .. .. Joyce of Pahokee. visited! Mrs.
.. .;01'
1 H. P. Galney: Saturday. CHEVROLET CO.PHONE
II' '_eraMntll*THE TRAVELER*. Hartfar* I Edd Galney of Plant City. Lee .

GaJney. of Jacksonville Mr. and 111

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-, Christian Church .: ''his a very nice gift-but who]I..raph shall. publish thin Orilel, in, I.n K.mp.I" ndant Cue No II I TIOu...
STATE :, wouldn't" Elgin lives close to next. four wfiektv Iniiuen.witnena TP 45.Ird.e. AumiKt 7.*l D50.required In the to above appear on
j Homer Swlndall FARM hand and official/ named
'lA1 [ l.A.rcflT" Minister of Publication Court .
:-. The Convention of the Clifton and family and Vlnniews MY.rldnlhle July. 111. inso I 1 I IOFFICIAL taprar. H'r.t I'H OK rLonillt and Neelre T To.i casks divorce unit cause Bradford, wherein County' Plaintiff Tel
Christian ( KF.AIA.: J.
Churches of Hy Mrs, Bryan \VhltflrM that he has plenty cooked to An Thomas ,I !Marlin Kempen. whose renldence eirtaph. Khun publish thin Order In
Clerk' of said Court
Bradford and Union and address In. 1431 Slut. neat four .
ti-rriittt- vat and takes care of him as a T Counties | Island City, New- York
will\ be held stay Meldcn : : hand and official
at the First daughter Holden Building nay- my teal
Christian Church ;j should. tuna 1 Hewch Florida, I i I You are requlreil. to appear on at Hihrko. Florida' this July I, 1901.
L 3O on Sunday July Of Interest to friends Is the fact Mrs. Carter sent this ItemI All r for Plf T-B It '-4 I Auwuet 1. IOr.0. In the above named OWIC'lAb i SKA I.) A. J. home.
WI SunD The following program will news I I Court| : .and souse wherein Plaintiff Am Clerk of sold Court..
k A 111 be carried out: that Garland Godwin was a member I I through; the mall and asked If I IK the> Iri-iiK. Court. of llradfontMlonntr :i peeks divorce llradford. Aunty Tel- 0" Haven Oenhy, Deputy Clerk..
of the clans graduated on r-crMni| In t .......,.. 'I, evraph shall. nublinh thl. Order In I i H o. Brown, Starke... Florid
Morning |, wanted it for the news Items for W to Hllilvy IMalnllrf, va Charles. next four weekly Inauea. j I Atty. fur Pit. .T tt 7.2ei
Methodist Saturday from the University of'' Capper, et .al.. Pefondanta.otlre Wltnena hand. _
Church ChurchThe my and official seal
ptist I 10 AM. -.Blble Sihool. Clyde Florida Gainesville! He received the paper Why can't some of \ of .r>eelal. Manfrra Kale I at "mrkw, Flnrld. this Jets tVttsiKi I[ In IreiiK <<-.. Itredferd C..t,..
Colson Superintendent Tak.< notice that tender and In'I (OFFICIAL" SKA: U) A. J. Thou..s.'| florlrial In 4 lM.nr.rr.i .
t ''J Haines, pastor of public Is cordially Invited his degree In Electrical Engineer-1 I| the rest of you do this t It you I arcordniif<> with the final decree of An Clerk of mill Court Paul I: Hruheck, Plaintiff ... Arles
r Baptist Church of to attend the following services 11 AM.-Song Servue Special ing at that time. Mr. and Mrs have received a nice gift that foreolunun, entered. 111 the above J ny Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk i I 7982.Order Hurt Urubeck Defendant Case No.
'aune the undernla-ned T. Frank
First" 'eturn from Clevcivck. : at the First Methodist Church on music. I J. G. Godwin and their visitor ,others. would be Interested In Ppeolal'. Master. will nell, to the hlith- Att,.. for l.andrum.1-lf Htaike,-,, Florid 41 1--J.u. I ef Publication and Netlre T*
}ke 11:30: Mr. and Mrs. Jim B. Godwin net and bidder for essh, at the 1\I tnpear. a'1'A'rWIM
he and A.M. ofB..lIe FLORIDA Tel
,, where Sunday. July 30: --Message( :;:It It.II ;
bv Walter ., ;
thisHaW i i knowing about some of your Hnulh '' of the County Court I In Irrult<< r..nr/. Itradford Alii'e Mart whona real
mended the Baptist 9:45: A.M.-Church School.|I Mansell. Penney Farms. Glade attended the graduation HI.UHP In rttarkti. Mlol'Idx. during the. I Plurlilal In beocrrr.. fount dntu-e and addrena i'IrVI; ( Bench,
Congress and Classes for all I 12 exercises. Mr. and Mrs. family or friends are gone; on vacation lent hour. of sole on Monduv. ". I Iunl llernurd: Kremian., I'lalnllfvs.. Ma-1!; Vlritlnlif. :
III! A) nance age groups. | Supper. Offer- T. 11SH. the following property He I Hunan llrennan, efendnnt, You are required to appear on
the message this Sunday 11 A.M.-Sermon by the pastor Ing. Basket Dinner. Garland Godwin have also been are sick or anything you situate In Bradford County. Klorldu. ;No.- 1957.INer Case,| Augunt T. Iftttfl. In the above named.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Godwin''think to-" 1': >1 < of Puhlli'allim Court And cause, wherein Plaintiff
to the Peo- Rev. Them. would and Notice To I
huff A Report O. Mitchell. Subject: Afternoon make news, why not TtHgln at the Northeast. corner of, 'eer" ... 1'.1 l ] u. .'...u.11> \ To.1 seeks dlvo...... Bradford Cuuntv Tel
"Anything left for God". 1:30: P.M.- during the past week j lust|i mall a letter saying what you NK'' :''.. of NKV) of We.X, Twp. N 8 ,I Ii | !Marie 8unun llrennan. whuno. rneldsnr. eirrnph. ehall publish' this. Older In
Song Service Roll U. 21 10. run thenre Mouth. alunit'irWtlon '1 and addrena neat four weekly Innuen.Wltnena .
Visitors Marion think is. la 1471
of Mr. of t.eslna'ton
7 and
Mrs. Interest ?
I meeting broughtXL' P.l\.f.-Meetings of the Senior Call of Churches. We will see line' HOI sa fort trt hand and .
Cleveland! i : North: i,, Avenue, Co| II.""tI). New York City, my official aeatatHlkrke
from around the and Intermediate Methodist Youth Crews. Jr., during the past week that it gets to the paper. When rlvht-of-uuv line of Keystone, i New York : July 6.1151).
Baptists 2 P.M.- HelKhta Air Ttane. .thenrel I OFFICIAL :I't1thi.: !
ther Special music. were Mrs. Pearl Rahme of Miami you don't find from railroad You are requlreil to appear on I! ( $ : A, J. Thomas,
not only from the Fellowships. any news our run itithwenterlv' alona salt, North August 7 In the above j Aa Clerk of nald Court.
6,1,i, coming also from Canada 8 P.M.-Evening Worship. The 2:15: : P.M.-Message by Dr. William and Miss Betty Durling of Jacksonville I section in the paper, you can lIaywalln.t llitht.or-wnv line of said railroad Court ::1I vaune, wherein Plaintiff named !I, Ry Yfaven (Crosby Deputy Clerk
tales, but : t). Daughtery I there' 470 feet thenoe run North R3t feel ;; mocks IIlvo...... Hradforrt County T.Isgraph A, w. Chadwlrk Jr., S17-SI City
Countries from all parts pastor will use as his sermon top minister of I, much of Interest to thenre run. Knnt Kn feett tfieneernn -T' IIMIMIng.' I .
/ Haines aald. ic: "Does God Answer Prayer Riverside Avenue Christian Joe Shaw of La Crosse was the (' write about or at leant I didn't North HSU feet to North tine or said next u'.h; ..t\III'I\ : Order In'] Attr. fur pf,: Au.u.tln"t.T T-5tE
,, globe. Rev. Church Jacksonville ''know ertloit, thenre run Kant slang naldnnrtlon Wltnena my hand and official
about seal
It. So
will\ not be dry ? guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews help to make line n6 feet to .point of liealnnlnir t*t tnrkn, Florida, thla July *, Itid. 1 I
,hiS message 9 P.M.-Youth Fellowship Hour Evening Wednesday of last week. I our column what you want It to containing In til 10 acres, (OFFICIAL. <.,"I., A. J Thomas,
uninteresting but nllghten- I' be There more or 'lenn, KVCPTPT rlithtn-of- Aa Clerk of rid Court.
( and should in the educational building. 8 P.M.-Song Service, Lord's Mr. and Mrs. R H. Tyson have I are enough people In war of County graded road and of Hy Haven. Crosby, r>epttiy Clerk
and awakening Prayer Meeting; Is held each Supper. Special music. as their their this sectionLong Branch Clay I xtate lllKhwav No hereditament 101)\ lonrlher with I T. Frank IjinJrum. tit....... ..I......... WELDINGWe
by all Christians. as a guests granddaugh- tbs tenements, and Att)". for Plf. 1-T 8 I
Highland its
card the minister Wednesday night at 7:30: o'clock. 8:30: P.M.Message. ten Linda and TerlAnn Tyson of Maxville all appurtenant'en thereto hetonitlnir or ____>
of the times, The subject for the I around- -for us to have a nice long In airy way apportalnlnaA In Clrrnlt (...t. Bradford fen.tr. t 1.C 1.
The choir, directed t by Mrs. Bible Study is One of the most successful con- Miami. Harry Tyson accompanied -, column in the each .1 I Thoman Jr florlder !. paper week r
"The Favorite Psalms." ventions thus his daughters to the Farm ,, William 1), Itavfleld. PIAl"urf. ,
far is vs- ,
[, Green will bring specialL expected be- but !the correspondent has to know f.llln. V Knight AIYu"neyllfirrr'lf. Hhlrrev Rayfl.1,1. rv.fei.tant. Cane Ii
cause of the Friday July 21, and returned I j ,.14 3t 7.!e .
:o.lrs. Mona Canovabe outstanding preachers I the; No 7JteOrder
and At The TabernacleThe that have been home after being the overnight'' i news before she can send. It __j .' r..It....... and ....... Toe i tJ .
at the Hammond. secured. "The i' to the paper. So let's have a little Netlc of' Pr.rerdluaa for law A"' _.. NTtTn TIM ....on... T. #
of his
convention however guest parents H.." Shirley TO fie
evening the Happy can be a help. WHOM"IT"MAT r Id. whose renlilence
nday Mrs. Leslie Crews TO CONCKRN: : and aififrena la unknown;
message are often and her :
greater -
warmingat success
feature the singing of only by the presence Ton will take notice that the
I will and cho- the Tabernacle services but of the followers of Christ daughters Judy Carol Nelda Jo I I|1 I'. Irralt <<-..... BndOrd r...tr> f>iard of County Contmlnalonere of offer the people of Starke
irrational hymns Florida In .'a..rery. Bradford County. Florida' will
the pastor's messageg the building is always cool and and those seeking Christ as their and Sandra returned Wednesday u..i>rir.. Hill rinlnlirr. v.. Mary K-: II :on o'rlork' A. M on Ihe Tth day at FREE !
I i with Men In a Tub." The comfortable."The personal Saviour." Rev Swlndall from Douglas. Georgia, where they 7DHIIOr IKnhtth. Mill Defendant. Cue No. County of August. 1BO, at Ita nffloe In the mod vicinity one .f the most
"Four Court tloune In Btarke,
duo of Mra. W. R. Feast of Belshazzar" (the pastor of the church stated. had visited Mrs. Crews' mother organ) large oil painting) still holds the Everyone Is Invited to attend Mrs. T. L. Roberson for several erns. Aswer .. Orbs PI....,._ determine whether. or not the County. modem svail finest equipped
and Mrs. E. C. Mann i NT4TM OP FIo1111T o I will vacate, abandon dlnoontlnue. Dead Crippled & Worth.
e i days.
Interest of lovers of fine art anda and to bring a well filled basketto I I I Mary. Kllmhpt Hill who rtfldmnct and rhea the hereinafter described I
lead the singing. Jr'l group of young folks from Jacksonville share In the fellowship at the Mr. and Mrs. A. C. LJbhart and \Is unknown: portion of that certain County Road less Cattle, Horses, Mules, welding shop anywhere.

unday School under the availed themselves of the noon hour. their children. Sunny and Robin' w.You.r or ar nth.. required r pleading. t to Inv.;. on your Angus ana .t""h.an .th or* Kirby not the Crewa County' hoed willrsnounre & Hogs All Work Guaranteed t,

Ip at> E. C. Mann Jr. opportunity of viewing this magnificent "We shall be looking forward are In Hartford. Conn., for two, 15, I960, In the above named l'ourl and dlartalm any right of

1.15: A. M. studying; great picture one day this week. to seeing you at the convention weeks as visitors of Mrs. Libhart's and cause... 1 Hradforrt wherein County Plaintiff Telegraph seek the land County or Interentn and public therein: ) In I and, aonulred to I""any Call 132 StarkeWE SMITH'S GARAGE :

Ttcters of the Bible. I Visitors to the Sunday morning : Sunday," Rev. Swindall said. mother Mrs. J. Holly, .. puMlKh thin Ordern neat for road or highway purponen, all ALWAYS COME 1

mining Unions gather at 6:45: services Included Mr and Mrs. R. I relatives. I I I four Wltneen weekly my Uiuel.hand .and official. Heal. said In and Klrhy to the Crewa following Itoad. rinrtlon nltuate of In AND MACHINE SHOP .

f fellowship, worship and dlsJsion J. Lowe and family of Lake But : Mrs. Archie Crawford Jr., and tat SftirKe, rl..dhl.. July', into Itrndford County Florida, to wit: Florida Renderers, I
St. Ave. StarkeALVAREZ'
Mark's Temple
Episcopal little Carmen (I1M l. A. JThmA. nM1s, All" that part of the rlantof.wayof
groups for all ages. ler. Crawford are visit- Clerk. of said Court the Klrhv Crewa Hoad. lying he. INC. il
Ild-week service Is held Wedday The Tuesday evening Bible Rev. II. E. Simmon*. B.D., Vicar ing Mr. and Mrs. Archie Crawford.Sr. By" Haven Pronby, r>, C. Iween the Went line of the Itavlena. I
Ditiirice I', I'ntten. I'. O, Do* 101 Klvhwav (Hlnle Itoad Silt) and, the rt
at 7:30: P. M. with the study was conducted by the Ladles' Services Sunday at St. Marks' In Macclenny and Mr. and Htnrko, Florida. Attorney for .Plain Kant. line (and an extennlon. aoiith ,
leading In a "Study from Auxiliary who Mrs. E. J. Burnsad In Moniac. m,. T-H 4t s4la erIe of such lint)) of Unit certain .
tor presented a
I program Church .
Episcopal are 'as follow: "'ounty 1 land known aa the J. R.
elation. on "Women of the Bible" Georgia for two weeks. rirrull 1'a.rt. llrailferd .. Kelly lined ,
C < ,
L 11 >a y LiiiAND
00 .
\. cordial Invitation Is extended which was both Interacting{ and : A.M.-Morning prayer Mrs. L. F. Chapman went to Klurldal. la < .........,.. 1'.rnw. ..t..I... ....,. ......... III STORE Men's. Clothing [
and. sermon by the Vicar. Administration 1.1 Ulan O. Lee, IMnlntlff. vn Anvil and be beard at lea lime. sod slag &
these I Monteagle Tenn., Monday for ...... .
all to Join In worship I Informative. of the rite of Holy Bap a Lee nvfrndant. Cane No. 7t14. apr.'Itled.e _
stay of several weeks Ore>r or Publication turf Km Ire T.I The Hoard of Counlv. fomrnlalonera -
with the at the Assembly
the church t
at The next service will .
res special .. .
,1glng A. ... eTA'rN.. PI.omit* TOi of Hradford County Florid
; tower". be Friday evening July 28th tism.The church Is open dally for Inn. I Angus !.*e, whose realdeni. .and atS.d'o. liy M u. llarrell. Chairman
.. !I. '
Miss unknown: T-7 4t T-8
Evelyn Spears of Tallahas
when Patrick Arnold will be present _____
prayer and meditation. I You are required In appear on
ICRCII OF JESUS CHRIST to tell of missionary work i in see has been visiting Mr. and Mrs..i: AuKunt 14, 1950, In; the above named In Circuit "'....... .....'*..d Chuolr,
r LATTER DAY SAINTS the West Indies and show slide H. R. Inzy and family since Sunday Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff rlorlrial In I'hnneerr.lluhv R.B.ALVAREZ&SON STORAGE CO.
I neekn divorce and rllntoriv (if minor Wllll I a' oo Havla.' I'lalnllff J
Hie Church of Jesus Christ of pictures of the different phasesof Airpark Baptist I children. JTadford County Tel- VM, Norman Haiton Davla, I>ef nil- (
Latter Day Saints (Mormon work.PENTECOSTAL. Mrs. Cecil Sewell is spending j.arRl.h shall. publish this Order In t ant Cnee No 7HHItOrilrr ,,1 l
j the neat four weekly tumiea.Wltnria of Pu allratlx..wA lollre To
The Air local
I Park Baptist Church of I b We operate (
lurch) holds services each Sun. two weeks with her mother Mrs. my hand and official. sea 1 'are.... ,,ATM OP M1.111111T.t .
In the USO building on North HOLINESS Starke will observe the first anniversary B. E. Bennett Sr,. In Marinas and. at Htarko, '\.Llhl. July 10. 1(50OFFICIAL. Norman Hailon' ruivln. whose realdence .ss: '
y of Its founding Sunday ( : A. .1 I. ThonmaA : and addrenit In 411 WorahaMtreet ft long dlatanoeanywhere
jnple Avenue as follows: lOtli St. and Temple Ave. with Mr. Sewell's parents Mr. and I > Clerk of aald Court "' 'Imnvllle. Vlrglnlaik In u. 8.
0:011: ) a.m.. Sunday School. Sunday! School 9:45: a. m.; Morn' according to the pastor the Rev Mrs. G. F. Sewell at Mexico fly Haven Cronhv. Ileputv' ('lor You are required to appear nnAuall..t j:
I.1 G. Hemingway In honor of Itnlph I. Thomas, Keyntone heights. ?. 10nn. In the ...h.1n..m..1 l
13o'pm. Sacrament service. Ing Worship 11 a. m.; EvangelisMe Beach. Kloildn.Atty Court and cause, wherein IMalntlffneeka QI EXCELLENT
Jrlie public Is cordially Invited 1c Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone !, the occasion a "birthday" dinnerwill Carolyn and Johnnie .Beadle y for Plf. 7-14 4t4 divorce I and ciintoily of mln.. :
or child' Hradford County Teleitraph
lend all services. welcome. be served at the church be went to Orlando Sunday to visitMr. la rireilllo.r<. ......,... CoMtr. shell publish this tinier. In HTOK.tGK:
ginning at 12:30: Sunday, the min and Mrs. Gerald Cox and tam Klarleel IK ham-err.. nrxl four. weekly Innuea.Wltnene .
ister added. Sunday school begins halt h Nuvola. I'lalntlff, v.. WllmftHtpphiMiflcm my hnnd and official. peel sr FACILITIES k
Nuvnla Jivfendant. Cane Mt Mlnrke. Forll| >. thin July 1. 11)50OKFtciAlw
Ilaines Pastor at 9-45: a,m. Sunday followedby P. S. Crews and her brother No 7993Order : ( HWAIil: A. .1..I Thomas: f
Rev. Lewis D. services conducted by Is f Puhlleatlon *ail Nollee ToAevear. Aa Clerk of gold, Court. Agents For -
I worship : Bill Rivers were Sunday visitors, MI'tlM Ttv Haven (C'ronbv Meputy. Clerk. f
Evangelist John Pearce at 11 am., of Mr. and Dire G. W. Rivers in I Wllma: Pt'; i" nnFIVuNS ;Martin J. Pearl. au l Connolldnteill.ulldlna '' Delcher I
starkeJefferson the ninldunce and aildremi la 42(111( liar .tauknonvllle, Florida.Ally See ua first
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and at 2:30: p.m. a history of Graham.Mr. ton Road Memphis, Tunneaiifte.:; for I'll. 7-7 4t 7.511n d

church will be presented Rev.: and Mrs. Paschal Martin You are required In appear on | ; __- I Bros. i
AuaTUHt 14, 1D50, In the adove named Ircnlt four errdfnr'n.aly
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Hemingway concluded. of Orlando and Miss Louise Cox Court and 4-auxe, wherein plaintiff Florida. I IM Ibanrerr.I ,

PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 of Montverde were visitors of. Mr peeks divorce Bradford-- -- County-Tel I Henry Kempen, Plalnllff. va. Mar __" nu' __ l

CATHOLIC CHURCH and Mrs. R.. H. Cox from Friday I-
Sunday Moss 9:15: a.m. until Sunday. t tat
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A. M., 8:00 P. M.
Sunday School 11 a.m. /
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crews had
( Sunday School 9:43: A.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M. Week Day Mass 8:30 am. as their Sunday supper guests

MID-WEEK SERVICE ,WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P. M. dayBible Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Turln ton and

____ IV Study Is every Wednes-< their son, James of Ft. J'I..rc9 and IS THE REAL
Jay at 7:45CH1'RCII Mr. and Mrs. 1'. E. Faulkner of
11:00: A.M. Subject: "A Report to the People" Jacksonville. Additional Sunday

8:00: P.M. Subject : "Four Men In a Tub" OF GOD visitors of Mr and Mrs. Crews 4.

8th &: St. Clair Sts. were Mr. and Mrs. J, M. BrownIng

r. v Sunday School 10 a,m. and their son, David of Law

A Friendly Invitation From A Sunday Morning Worship 7:30 11 a.m ley. TEST OF itGASOLlIE ? ;
Sunday Evening Service : pm. During the past week Rev. and

Friendly Church Is Extended To All ,1 I Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m Mrs. L. A. Shepherd had as their 2..t
Prayer Meeting Thursday p.m guests Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wicker -

-- and their children. Dianne and ''VICORRECT t ,

Tommy of Atlanta Georgia and .. -,... ,- .... ..4 I ,. ,.. _- :
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ervin and their .,

daughters. Dottie and Gloria of .J

SPEND MINUTES WITH USSAVEOWf Chattanooga Tennessee. .....,. ?, .

t Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kurera and ,-. _-J. r" .,, J. .'.W \'\\' -. '11........." ... ',. '

t their children. Patsy and Brian f 'y e
CAN returned Friday from ; 4r .' t-" J.'i,1' ... .
a lovely va- (, ..,". \j1j! .. .. -'M.j.. .;
cation trip through the Smokey ,.. 'M 'r >:.

Mountains having made their OCTANE .. .. .
headquarters at Catllnburg Tenn. 't

1000i Luncheon guests of Mr. and! +.;. RAANa: :::
Mrs J. .;. is
I* Williams Thursday of t

I last week were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert .\
Edwards of St. \
Petersburgand : '
I ,
Mrs. V. V. Flowers and Mrs. .zfi1( t

Marlon Edwards of Jacksonville

Mrs. W. O. Harrell. and her sons 1

Michael and Joe of Richmond. a

I Indiana visited Mr. and Mrs. J. I

L. Williams. from Sunday until -


Misses Peggy and Franres Caldwell -

spent the past week In Winter _

1 Garden as. visitors of their aunt

Ar I Mrs. Tom Mack.LONG '. .%5., .

/ .: ; RANGE i

k r

, e. By Mr.. J. t. MtrU-kUmd .

Mrs. Charles Fields underwenta

major operation at St. Luke' .

Hospital In Jacksonville last. Mon! CONSIDER the pyramid above. The very ounda. line quality, when it is but one of several factors thai

day.Last Tuesday, while Harry Pad. tlon of gasoline quality It the distillation-range of determine performance in your car.Today's ,.

{f You l oWQ'oq f1000mosndnotgetsDoQ9e gett was helping: saw a load of the base stock It I I. on this distillation range that 1
l oge, a tree failed to tall the way Crown and Crown Extra gasoline hats

r they were trying to throw It, even thorough vaporization depends. Also Impor added anti-knock power. ,But along with higher

YouFpi centcarmay fell Into an oak tree and slid back tint are-whether or not the gasoline contains tot-
octane they also the other which
! iaom..e onto Harry, breaking his right< possess qualities :
.seof'lrna 4i nem"agair'6ewvi' leg between the ankle and knee. Vent additives (to minimise gum deposits), and make for smoother operation,'and more power.

.. ; The tree knocked Harry back. whether it is made in Htsontlgtadts (to assure pro-
.W what we;? ive YOV01f/- wards Into the branch and had The real I test of a gasoline I Is Its ill-roundpttlotta, *
f tection/ against vapor-Iocic in hot weather.)
r him pinned there where he would
Take S minute* and see for yourself jort how anc* in the motor. How adequately Crown and ,

I "njff gives! you r.otnneM| eoMlier ears cant a..ces aro it will r.fe hall wvtr fIN i have not drowned been for In a the short time hadIt of Motorists should not make the mistake of think. Crown Extra meet this test is shown by their leader'

"Mich. Tab the wheel and discover handling Sawa. M U fttf MW ft..L.1| presence j
ea/e money eiD' bay anywhere eiee! ppaest mind of his father and Max Tan Ing that "octane-rating" It the only gauge of IUO.hlp in popularity in their respective !fields. a ;

"( edn.M that belong t. Dodge, and Dodge Your present. ear mop be worth mare ner, who were the only ones with .

alone' Y... yon could pay MOO more and Mill in trade than It ever will be ...ia. Share him. Max: ran up while Eugan 'K7I t

Opt gel .U Dodge |I... yes! Com la tedall. I In oat .acre... New model* are held Harry out of the water and I; tv
t rolling I off lbe productionDodge line in record Jerked the tree off of him. They CRtNyiMIa.savullt
a..:::: end .. Mara earlydelivery and : 11
volume, can you soon got Harry on tbe truck
.... ,....
w """, ,. ""a' favorite model. s.
on your took him to a doctor at Starke

de now-.ael uv.( where his leg received treatment.He .

DO Is now at home where hie #9TK fffltt 'i

D. ." ',, wife Is taking care of him.
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson under- ,
.' .
/4e/e taraW:+.aeae"Ia.Mrt.a.Aniglaa.rlJo / went an operation. Thursday fora STANDARD OIL COMPANY ;
I spinal i

E. H. Carter of Clay Hill made (KIN ru c ICY) ,

his son and daughter-in-law. Clif-

P Roberts Motors'I'tdn: and Vlnnie Carter a present
home I:'hon.8S K. G. DUNCAN
of SO acres of land and the AGENT Starke, F1a.1 .

600 Temple Ave. Starke Florida: I where they Uv. They consider 1,



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JUL 28 195 0 .


vs Robert J. OQuIn Dcfondent Telegraph shall publish this Order
I by all denominations. ROnfl In next four weekly Issues.Witness Johaneon ,t' '
Bradford Growers Eddie Hartmann Case No ; .
Hercules Employees Funeral SundayFor Sincerely, Or... Of Pnbllvntlon. And 'Votlre Totppvnr. my hand and official seat claim'.nd, '1 '0..4.1'.4 'ft

Enjoy Picnic-Outing Mrs. CheshierMrs. Pleased With Prices 'Designs Folding E. D. Brownlee, D. D., J.KI'tlH DQuln.OF v>FI.OHlUt bos* residence lltlKubvit at OFFICIAL Btnrke, d.i.\hll\ July. J. 11 Thomas 1950' t Indg,. ,')ii' ..n:,,,, f"r.rll.... I..,t.I

Minister la Unknown! AsHy Clerk of said Court Starke. ,r.
" BeachA For Bright Leaf 'I Camp HouseThe You are required to apimnr on. Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk '.' '11hpgFl. 1
At Keystone Mary Vaughan Cheshier,, Preabyter Church Auicust" 21, ]1950, In the above named Kay Heldsn, Rrlden Building Daylontt flr..t.ndar pJ'rvhlh.'' '
a resident of Starke for 27 years, Court and I'RU.wh..r..ln plaintiff. Keaih.. Florida. the Dmbit.'"lfMlrf: itt'
record at seven years with- in Jacksonville hospital 1 Bradford County tobacco grow visitor to Eddie Haitmann's .. divorce and restoration of Attys for Plf._ 7(81( 4t IUMOTICE | h.1I' to" ....
died a II1Il ..
.. Bradford. Countylegraph .
accident celebrated ers joined others In the Georgia new furniture factory north of ADDRESSESTe name rh Jut
iosa time was .
out a ,
, TO
20. OrdarIn nucniTORSAll
Thursday night, July shall. publish this ] ''I l
the Florida bright( leaf belt In a trek Starke on U. S. 301 Is somewhat having claims 17xerutrfa r Lit '
l last Saturday by She born August 23, 1869,, OF INTERESTThomas next four weekly Issues persons or demands T..t"'enl' I. Ln
I & Lease Department was to the markets this week and surprised to see a neat plywood Witness my hand and official .sgalnst the estats of P. A Ceassil I r \ 7
Survey the 10"" .
In Hardeman County. Tenn., seal at Mtaike, Florida, this July ".
:Hercules Powder Co. with a picnic -' daughter of the late George P. came away -smiling at the pros- cabin standing In the middle of W. Roberts, Rt, 2, Box 19, I960 a aI'ICR '
at Keystone Heights beach. I pelt of prices averaging $10 a the floor, looking like it l Is ready I 111 Heldelburg, Miss. |I (OFFICIAL SEAr) A J. Thomas Notice. Is hereby given that. the foltowlnlJ
and Julia Ragon Cheshire. 1 As of sold. Court sold at public auction on the let day .1.I '
Around 200. employes of the Surviving are one son, GeorgeW. hundred higher than a. year ago. for occupancy. I Mrs. Vera Allen Box 3513, Or- By Myrtle' T Drover Deputy Clerk71214t8111 of Bradford.apposite of ) to nSv August the ., 'I" ;b 4kFlor .

company, representing the five!, Cheshier, Starke: two brothers, Measured acreage In Bradford The cabin .Is just an "Idea" of lando, Fla. I I' advertising u"d..rlo. .'' t0 the sun.., tOll'ether With, .ul'! : .'lu"1!, ''tr4\\I,'
Florida and two Georgia camps, W G. Vaughan, Bolivar, Tenn. County this year !Is 292 4 acres-- Eddie's that he has worked out I Mrs. O !3. Thompson 43: Stimson In Circuit Court. II rail ford Curly< Description. A. T. R. Acres 'g nil"

attended this event. Fried chick and B. F. Vaughan, Memphis, a slight increase over last year's In his few spare moments and In Circle, Fayetteville, N. C. I I'I Florldai End Helvl In C'''Rur.Lopes..,,., Plaintiff vsKranclsco .''IiW'4 o I.A' of In 8K HW14 Cor of of!WU' IIW! l.&, Ilan?

en, chicken pilau and barbecued Tenn., and one sister Mrs. D. P. 2711 Poundage Is believed to which he hopes to Interest some I Mrs C. S. Mattix, change from Altumlrano Lopnx, Tiefondent "' SW'4 I 1 10 12 America,

pork and beef were featured on McKlnney of Bolivar, Tenn. She be off from last year's total of merchandiser with an eye on the Brownsville, Of. Publication Case. No 7098Order And. Mnllcc ToAlipear. NWV', of NW4! Kx: 1 A N *"". I"," T."' I"

Ute menu was a member of the Walnut GroveBaptist 260,850 pounds, however,grawing sportsman. I St. CathTlneaDCa'' S'!'." TW OF FI.OIIII* % TOi1'tanclNco I of Ry 11 7 20 88 ",,, uN14 l", I

Brief talks were made. by B. K.Gooch Church, Hardeman County,, dry weather during the Eddie calls this number a "sport Recruit and A Itninlrano address Lopes Is Unknown, vhnnerealdehcn ( of Lot 1 Ex 10 A W Mills.
Woods Superintendent from Tenn. season Bradford growers real'Hlzod cabin", and the beautiful .part of I Co. B let Bn., 2004 ASU, WAC You .are required to apieu.p on of My 18 7 20U A m..rl"o"

the Brunswick office, and E. C. Funeral services were held at' $9 .19..82 from the 1949 this neat 8 ft. by 8 ft. structure Tng. Ctr., Ft. Lee. Va. August PI. 1950 In the shave plaintiff numid I Afle In Tunt 0"
I'crop. With the Court and cause, wherein J..
.'Mann, Jr. Supervlslor of Surveys 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon In the, current higher Is that It Is held together with J. L. Simmons, Box 1119, Pine seeks divorce and restoration of Tax ('"II.KELLY l rr'

s&: Leases DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. be prices well this over season's the 1100,000 gross. mark.should screws and U hinged so that It I Castle, Fla. maiden. name Bradford County Bradford, ":i,unt,.

During the afternoon swimming:, Curtis Harris pastor of the Boat folds Into a neat package that Van H. Carden, 310 Admiral r

boating: and other water sports drain Baptist Church, officiating The 312.083 pounds auctioned,' can be easily tucked in the trunk Murray Blvd., Warrenton, Fla.
Lake at Lake City on the opening day, an automobile.It .
were enjoyed. I Interment was in Kingsley Monday ]L tot John Brokesch, 1133 79th St.,

I Cemetery. brought $172,609, an would not cost much, If 'any Brooklyn, N. Y. HEY MOTHtLOOKll
average of b5.15.: It ) '
was exactly ,
more than tent of
P. Johamon a the same size, Box
10 cents T. H. Wadsworth 72 Bun-
a pound higher than lasyear's t
but has the ,
!.Win Canning Prize advantages of offering
Succumbs At HomePer opening day average.( much better protection from the nell, Fla.

Miss Rosa Moore spent last Friday weather, and would be much more
August Johanson 88 died
in Gainesville attending the Dyal Cemetery, durable than a tent Eddie pointsout. I
:At his farm homo east of Starke
State Council of Home Demonstration He thinks It IB the Ideal NOTICE,
on July 12. He had been In. fall Newly Improved, Ax' provided by Huctlnn 0
Work. While there, she answer to the weekend camping I"I.21:2br; : :;
ing health for some time. Ida Statute' 1941. "The Hollywood .
viewed the attractive and Informative To Have WorkingE. problem, or could even be set given that the Uame and FreshWater !
Mr. Johanson was born In Sweden displays on canning, for I, 'Fish Commission In officialmeettnr

On October 11 1861. and attended sewing, crafts and shrubbery. L. Crawford, member of the a up lake or permanent beach cabin.occupancy as hold Florida July, closed 8, 1850 In Bradford Tallahassee C" Parade" Is Coming

agricultural college there Bradford County Home Demonstration committee In charge of improvement County to the taking: of doer and
fceforo coming to this country asa Clubs received a prize of work at Dyal Cemetery, of encouraging Hartman factory octtvltity is a scene thesedays turkey COLEMAN NEWMAN Director fnP.r'; 'I'II r F Illy; Starke!

young man. He lived In Wor- $3 for their canning exhibit. states that everything la "looklnfine" g with contracts lame and Fresh Water FishCommission.
chester Mass before moving to with work almost completedon now being It 7-14
negotiated with one of the IL
Stark about 33: years ago. :He the' new fence country's ale .... .
and entrance Circuit Court. .d Co..t,
leaves no survivors. Canning Plant Considerable largest retailers for handling Klorldni !. <.........". See YOUR child on the II tn
gate. new area was Eddie's line of bedroom furniture. Herman. Peblas, Plaintiff, vn E.t.U" ..- ''; :
Funeral services were held Friday !- Has Good Season recently added to the Cemetery I The same company to also an outlet !-t. Kebles, Defendant. Can. No. ;S. f ," the Florida Theatre-All
afternoon, July 14, In the De- and the people of this section 8013 I" you
are for the Hartmann plywood Order .f P.blls lo. and "'...... <. '
Witt C. Jones Chapel with R"v.B. During June a total of 8,504 cans very proud of what has been accomplished boats which are made In 12 and Appear. 11..1<1 OP KI.OIUUA to IKHtrella to do is bring >our child to UK
of foodstuff was processed at the R. Kehlen, whoiie residence Ti
IE Simmons, vicar of St. Mark's locatedon 14 foot lengths. IM U2R AmMterdam Avenue New nolla Hotel
community canning plant
"All people who have York. N. Y.: Monday, Tuesdi
.loved onesburled
Episcopal!: Church officiating Interment the BHS campus. During June Eddie states that If everything You ai. required to
In Dyal Cemetery and all 1 goes as expected on the bedroom Au u..t 8 11)50, In the ab veanamrd Wednesday (July 31
was In Klngsley. LakeCemt'tery. last year 7,000 cans were processed. friends are urged to meet us thereon new Court and cauae. wherein plaintiff.: Aug. 1
A total of 127 bushels of peas furniture contract he may seeks divorce. Bradford County lelerraph -
and beans were shelled during last Friday, August 4, with baskets have to double hla present force shall publish this Order In between 9:31). a.m. and 6 p.1.
Active pall bearers were H. L. shovels, hoe., and rakes for an next four weekly taauee. -'
June. of workmen this fall. At the I Wltnom my hand and official seal ,w
:Brownlee, T. S. Williams, J. L. all-day cleanup," Mr. Crawford'' present time his factory employs at Htarke, Florida this July 23, 1950. photographed FREE forthAge
It Is announced that the canning OFFICIAL : : :
) A J Thomas
Sllcox, F. F. Stump, C. Letsch, and plant will' be open from now o. said "Bring lunch and let'n 18 men. Aa Clerk of said Court. ( limit is 3 months thn
A L. Alvarez. clean up the cemetery. Be tv Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk.
by appointment only. William D. Morgan. 6th Floor Clark j
and be there," he urged. 1 _
Atty. for Plf. 7-28 4t 8-lH ,
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A New Band With Each In <.lr.-.It l (.... .t. .Ilriirf'ord. Count,: Flnrldai In/ Circuit!.Cnart.i.h..r Bradford rr.rhlllU C..titT, r THREE Grand Pri
cr4l: \: Neal r'lorldsl Earl! ( .......,. I Aaron .Plaintiff v... Vernon : .
1 ( '' LocfNor. Plaintiff. v.:
c Aaron Defendant Cane No. 7854
FREE. \ {Watch Repair Job Can ores Dorothy No.f Carol 8009.l ., Loeffler, Defendant. Order ef. STATM Hobllr. .tl OK<.. KI.UIIIItol mid Motif 1Appnr. e r'lie. Awarded To Three f

.- Prbl/aunt sea Nolle to Vermin Aaron, whose residence 1 Is

We offer you NOW our efficient, experienced dense Apartment Dorothy Is Carol 111 E-S South,koeffler Ea.Munn whose Avenue reel. *, CHURCH August You are 28, I960 required, In the to above appear named on ______ fg Kiddies
t '
Orange N w Court and ,
E. D. Brownie cause wherein plaintiff
Jersey; D.O.. Minister
unexcelled WATCH seeks divorce. l
REPAIR Bradford County Tel
You are roourrsd: .t'.b: appear Inverness, FT*. nicraph shall publish this Order 1 Innext I
August 21, mZ al
lean In tn 1 All Children
na four photographed
weekly lesues.
SERVICE reasonable ,
at prices which you Court.sks dlvorr ant causn,, wherein plaintiff July 1. 1990. Witness my hand and official seal '

can get only at Strong's. We serviced over sffraph n..xt four shall weekly puritan Hradford Issues this.County Order Tl in* The Starke Telegraph, Fla. at(OFFICIAL Htarke, Florida, Lth'.J' J.y Thomas 20, :1960.: pear on the screen of the
As Clerk of said
28,000 watches at Camp Blanding-we at Witness' Florida my hand, and official,. seal Dear slrs:> tfy! .Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Court Clerk < Theatre on a date to bean
rJicI; thUJuly 90. 1950 H, O Brown, Htarke. Florida
have the EXPERIENCE to give you first Aa 8KAI. > of A. said J. Thomas Court. I want to congratulate the people Atty. for Pit 7-28
Try! Myrtle T. De;; e.kr. Deputy Clerk: of Starke upon securing Rev. +. .
class repair service. Ray Hnlilon Helden In Clrrslt Court.. Kradford C....,., This feature courtesy of Inmanager
e Heach. Florida, Daytona Tom Mitchell as Pastor of the Florida I !. (......r,.. I
Ally for Doris Bailey. Plaintiff v.. Albert it---
Plf. 7-31 4t 8-18 Methodist Church there.
U Bailey. Defendant. Cue No 1001. ( your Florida'" Thru
Harley F. Strong Jeweler Mr. Mitchell was pastor here Order of PahllratliHi. and Notice to '
'PP"' .. ST.*'TU :
for the past four years and was Albert" I* Bailey OF, whose KI.OI1IUA residence to Hollywood Studio, Inc.

I 1Y.C. T.U. one of the most popular and best and address Is Twin Kails. Idaho; '
You are required to appear on
loved pastors who have ever served
August 28, 1060 In the above named
In Inverness. The Church made Court and cause. wherein plaintiff HURRY! Get your kiddie |
"ALL THE UMPIRES TdflETIfiil seeks divorce custody and control
with Each Range Purchased every possible effort to secure his of minor child and for said
Free Gift : HAVE! NOT PUT AS MANY return. The Church grew very child Bradford County support Telesraph graphed and entered early!
Fri. BALL PLAYERS shall publish this Order In
or Sat.. OUT O.F THE rapidly under his ministry. And Issues. next fourweekly

GAME AS OLD MAN BOOZE." he also served the whole town. Witness my hand and offl'allealat '
CONNIE MACK. Btarke,, Florida, this July 1900
Will you please communicate to (OFFICIAL. S10AL) A. J. .f.ko ,: r
ILLINOIS.. the people of your town the esteem As Clerk of said Court
Never before fy Myrtle T Deaver Deputy Clerk |
a ranger in which he was held here,, H. O. Brown, Htarke. Florida,
Atty. tor Plf. 7-J8 t8-l

with these deluxe features In Tk* rirri.lt Conrt In tad For I| i i

t1 Hradfwrd (toantr, Florida In than- 1 /r
...". f.... No. NOI. ... y

c at this tow price! KOCH'S S4IRATE| DRUGS Pennell.Leonard A.et Hall al.. defendants Plaintiff v. D. O..I I i .. IJ ti1 { r r

0,4.. Pnbllratltm. "Hfato' of and Florida N....... tot to'Appear. i .

I). u. Ponnell. and Toni Pennell. his
wife, whoso residence lit 220 Uabel
Avenue S. E., Canton Ohio: I,
The Store Where The Employees Greet You With A You 'are hereby notified that a
suit has been. Instituted In the above

150R SMILE And Are Willing To SERVE You. hove named. named Court plaintiff and cause asralnst by the U a-O I

Pennell and his wife Tonr Fennel
and. C. C. Pennell. and his wlfo Elsie'
Specials For I Pennell, as defendants, for foreclosure ,
Friday & Saturday Only of an equitable lien. In favorof II I Modernize Your '
plaintiff as a stet Hen over the ,

ford folluwln(County property Florida situate to-wltt In! Brad ]lI
NYLON HOSE 51 Guage 98 Begin 489 feet south of northeast I Home
: rorner of NEVI of $h4 of s..o. 24 .
Two 78.R 11 E'. thence rurf8outh .
4>ttt feet, thence j run West to rlvht I
of way of Htate Road thence II
25% Off On Household Plastic Items! run northeasterly. .along; right oft I Your property does not have to be
way of State Road. IUD for 425M\ feel, paid for
thencerun Fast to point of begin-1 i.
nine\ containing* 19 acres more or
Automatic Electric RANGE loss. to get a loan. You can enjoy the comfort and NO
25 orIn the alternative' that It be 4 P
% Pots & Pans decreed by the Court that defendant #

tltlo D.to O said.Pennell. lands. acquired as a trusts and holds un looks of home modernization while you pay MONEYDOWN

der a resulting trust for and In be ;

.. .,G 'p NO.HMDOWN MOOIl half You of.and plaintiff.earn of you are hereby easy monthly Installments. "
f o v v Reg. 49c ANCHORGLASS . 6 For 35cBorden's required to appear In said Court Our firm will
and cause on August 2*. I960 and
to then serve your answer or other
defense on plaintiffs attorney as required help you with your planning,' financing and
by law. otherwise the alls-
SHERBET 19c iratlons of the Rill of Complaint will .. F.H.A. Title I Loansa
pint bo taken
as confessed by you Th estimate of materials,
Bradford County Telegraph shall recommend reliable '
7 L publish this order Inb/ next four Convenient, Confidential, No I*<"r
(ht. Ready To Take Home weekly Issues.Wltneis .
my hand. and the seal of contractor If you wish.
aid Court at Htarke, Florida this/ As Little as
SStn day of July, A.D. 1950
4.95 All-Aluminum. Coffee Maker 1.89 (SEAL) A. J. THOMA9 -
\. A. Clerk of said Circuit Court .
Helps V. Knight Htarke.' Florida
Attorney for Plaintiffs. 7I2S 4t lit| + Check the Items boo

Automatic ELECTRIC IRON '. . 4.95 In Clrealt: (:'...t. Bradford. (:'...t .. !
"10.1".. In r.......,. ;

ro.a Wallace W. Flowers Flowers, Plaintiff, Hvfendent, v : You Need- With Three Years To Palo <

""' -e. -- Reg. 7.50 LAMP Now Only 3.98 Ap Order John...Wallace.Of. Pnkllvntlon STATK Flowers OF FLORIDA A ail whoso Notleo,realdone TOt To- D CABINETS SCREENING '. D MODERN KITCHEN: or BA

Vf Yuo* and are address required 1 la to unknown appear: on D NEW PORCH O PAINT JOBS

August II, 1950. In the above named D PLASTERING

If We Don't Have What You Want We Wilt Get Court seeks and divorce cause, FYadford wherein plaintiff County D D ADDITIONAL GARAGED ROOMS. D NEW FLOORSi

Telegraph; shall publish Ihls-Orde r DRIVEVAWD
.' In next four'saki! Issues. NEW ROOF D WAKS and

i I It For You-And If We Can't Get It Then It's at Witness Btarke, Florida my hand this and July official It.' I9&seal D SIDING ,' INSULATION

f Not Made As I of said .
Tjy Myrtle T. Deputy D REPAIRS
o t T. Prank D..r.t.rk.. c..urt'l D FAIRBANKS MOUSE
Attys. for PH.
;: .. ONLY 1111. 4t WATER SYSTEMRrpmrnUtlve :

\ H.re>'.the .U trl"range 70'1'.. been DRUGS Prompt, efficient, low-cost prescription In Florldnl ClrvuK'.. tears(:'......llradford.". (:' ,. Mall This Act TociaY-OUr Toll 'N

waiting for. a brilliant new model iA95 service, featuring'always the highest ,Ernest Rrnostlne H M. Rthrldge Kthrldce., Plaintiff Defendant v..I Ob1lpUoa. Will
Cas No. HOOHOrdvr .
by America's leading manufacturer quality drugs blended exactly to .( Pnkllvntlon ". _
Chat gives you all the latest-feature your As>enr. ., "TIII OF FLORID TOi' I ___ .....;..________-.

for ._pul.I, automatic tltctric <...*. Terms Suit To ,I doctor's orders have made Koch's I te I and Ernest, Oeorgla.You address K' Rthrldge. la: Kt., I whoso, Box 111 residence, Ooli ADDRESS __?_________ .......---:

jHgf No extras to buy! Don't delay- MtJCllfTiim_ Starke's leading drug store. are required to appear on

act now at this unusually low price.. August 21.. 1950. In the abov named PHONE __ __----
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

159.95 upW1NKLER soeks maiden 1:1; :-P.h dlvorco::....01.: weekly. and publish Bradford restoration u.I.: County Order of; For All Your Building Needs. Ph. 45-W

ELECTRIC SERVICE STOREFREE Witness my hand and official .
seal at Stark. Florida this July

...... 188 ::221UTemple Ave Starke K 0 C H 10. IleaIOPPICIAL SFAL A. J. Thomas
DELIVERY A* Clerk of said Court
BT Myrtle T Deaver. Deputy Clerk gTARKEBUILDUS. -
I Phone 53 Starke, Fla. Charles IJf Bldg.R. Heea.Jacksonville 9k/eel Guaranty Florida

100K TO ifolp.oinf: Attys. for Plf.. tilt .4( fill '
fOR fit) ...NISI-....". -

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FloHdni In ('........ at' S.A.L. DEPOT."C7
Almota Andrews o'Quln. Plaintiff, 45W' '