Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 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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County Publication Established In 1S79

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OUI vei Gainesville and ll:I battery was composed of Arthur I tOLTME Ii''>E\' ;: n'-T\\'O 1+ .\itK":. aLORJU.1. FRiltY, ,\riaJST t, 19$0 NIl\IBERTllitIE

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II ,tinier,
VI he''.nAaged'" fr< in a determined O'vllle 0000201 333 E II' Suwannee Presbytery Secures Site For

the Area title Starke 1010000
.11 323
Are e ourney, pitting Starke Starke's defeat forced Gainesville Being Circulated Bv School Boardi

.tL.&" City,and got Police under PostJalksonvllle way determine to return the Saturday championship.night to I i: $100,000 Youth Camp Near Here

games tonight (Friday) and the evening when Jack Hazen:i, Board of Public Instruction for the purpose of calling a bond i The Suwannee Presbytery M

ay nightt at a fever pitch held the visitors down to one hit.|I election to be held probably in October authorizing; the issuance : ... .. .--.,.....- _. '"" '.. .. of the Presbyterian Church
here IS winning the Score In the sixth Inning was 150. .!: of $400,000 worth of bonds to finance a program of. ;: U.S. (Southern) has boughta
\ Starke With no chance of recovery insight I I school plant improvements throughout Bradford
It <:or<1 for called County. I .'. 40-acre tract including-
title. anda.eball. Gainesville the game.I I k
(dance at game are A homer by Delano Thomas and I i James L. Graham.' Director of ;. beautiful little Emerald Lake

ted M be broken here this heavy hitting by Harold Davis Administration and Finance, and Prisoners Escape in the southeast portion of

end.rgr. Larry Reddin Quentln Bloods-, James T. Campbell, Assistant In From 7a Bradford County as they site

crowds overflowed the worth, and Jack Hazen featured!I Surveys and Attendance both of County Jail of a proposed $100,000, devel
night during theit the State Department of Education
era each last weekend. this game. i; met with the School Board' Edgar McGee, held here on a -e t' opment. 4

I, tournament Thursday Starke went Into the second, last Saturday morning for the a forgery charge, is still at large 14. Announcement of the 'trans-
played ?
first game. game against Gainesville with!i of I after breaking out of the county action well made at a meetrag of '
the Poat liB boys working out details of the ,. }
IJT saw Hazen on the mound again and proposed election. jail Tuesday night. McGee a the Presbytery held In Jacksonville -

La'by Jack Hazeu. rack up Johnny Richard catching. In Iron-! Using the small man, also wanted on forgery ',. last week. Dr. J. Ralph Neal,
Ocala. Not preliminary estimates
Litter '
against fashion charges in West Palm Beach pastor of the Keystone
man Hazen held Gainesville Heights l'
Jdld pitch a nohitterlalso as supplied by Sanford W. Coin, .... v.
Hazen down to one hit. The visitors i: architect, as a basis to work from apparently squeezed throU&'b"small '.. '\ f" -' Community Church Is chairman of I
the third ,
In .:;) oo
came up opening at a downstairs window :-( the Presbytery's Religious Educa-
put pitchers Arthur Croy, Maurice It was determined that .
minimumof i .9-
L to slam a homerun. Catch- Beck, Billy Tucker, and William' $100,000 would be toj I I in the jail, where one bar (.. P' k a aw tion Committee, the group responsible -
Rlch- required +
Rr, Starke was Johnny Rowell on the mound In a des-l complete the Individual I I had been cut In two In a previous ; '" for recommending the devel-
for Ocala was Vlc- projects jailbreak .. site.Intended ,
Pitching perate attempt to stop Starke's'heavy outlined. attempt several week opment .

funleh, who also pitched thed hitting, but all their com-' After a review of the financial ago primarily as a summer I
game against the visitors Gainesville.mg was blned efforts could not atop the structure, of the county, It was determined Sheriff P. D. Reddish said that"Uncle" ),f if.!'.. camp for young people, the of,

|, for local lads from collecting eleht by Mr. Graham that the Charley Farley, who war ." Emerald Lake location will also be

f( Bullock. hits and 11 runs. Gainesville maximum amount for which coun- substituting as lllor' Tuesday; \.t' put to some use throughout theyear

Box !Score scored only two runs. Jack Ha- ty could be bonded was approxi- night heard a sawing operation ;.. .' i" tfh. as a conference ground and
H R E going on upstairs In the jail and) other Dr. Neal said.
zen presented the fans with a mately $400,000. The principal and w1.r purposes It
lte 0020011 542 found that Louis ,',
| Brosky and will be named Camp Montgomery,
Interest ,
:would be
Ual eln .aullw.loJ.I.JdtUIQalld. \ payable from the v-
La 0000200 022 nothing desired." I Capital Outlay and Debt Service Joseph Blankenshlp. both being y In honor of the family of Dr. E. F.
went into the second game held on chicken stealing \ KBYSTOHC AIRPARK
; The final two games saw a Funds received by the County from charges Montgomery, pastor of the Lake

e evening against Gainesvillelost red-hot Starke team that would) the state, It wad explainedThese were attempting to saw their way Jt. .... 'tda e : .... .. .. City Presbyterian Church. Dr.
out 59. eliminating them out. McGee, who also occupied M h be I non t f
funds ontgorrtery as en prom n !.
not be deuled the district champ are payable to the
| County boys from the ionship. Heavy bitting on the County at the rate of $400 for each their cell, had already escape! SHOWN IN THIS AKUIAL PI1OTIIAI'H Is the location 'of I Camn To Be Named youth work of the church YMCA,
through the
lament Pitching for Galnes- part of Kenneth Lee, Jack Hazen, Instructional unit per year. The previously sawed Emerald Lake. In the southeastern part of Bradford County;; selected and Boy Scouts for many years

Iwai Maurice Beck and catch- John Richard, Qelano Thomas, current amount being received opening larger and, but could the other men wer" aa the site of the Suwannee Presbytery's new $100,000 camp development For Dr. Montgomery The Suwannee Presbytery has 1
Iwas Rowell. Foron not make It.
Quentin Bloodsworth, and Larry here Is $45,000 par year. Mrs': Dorothy Emerald Lake lies between Crystal Lake and State Highway been holding camping periods at i I
mound was Victor Blankenahlp, wife I
the Reddin kept Starke In the lead.' It was moved *y L. A. Canova of of ) 100. Camp OLtno near High Springs,
one the
,i-h. who gave a brave per- Expertly executed sacrifice plays and seconded by L. T. Johns that hed prisoners! 1 la being but this arangement was not altogether -
Iince and catching was Way- on suspicion of having supplied because of
McRae and Bert New- the Board proceed with the neces- I satisfactory
by Arley
ullock. comb contributed to their team- sary steps for a bond election to Sheriff the Reddish prisoners with the saw Out of State Pilots r conflicting dates with other groups
Box; Score mate's be held as soon as practicable to Following City Election using this facility, Dr. Neal said I
scoring the
break attempt, and Enjoy Meeting At
H R E I raise the amount of 400000.. Hence the decision to develop a ,:
[Mile 0010303 893 Box Score It is estimated that there'are 2,- Blakenshlp were carried to the'I Keystone Airpark camp for the exclusive turn of the h,
II R E State Prison for safe
ala 0210101 895 200 qualified freeholder voters In Called Bv Mayor nw Presbytery J.
8 11 1 I
lading hitters for Gainesville Starke 2305000 the county, and It Is necessary Last weekend established the ; The site surrounding Emerald
I '
Bill Pasiian. William Ro- Gainesville 0000020) 823 that 23 percent (around 600)) sign Civil DefenseMeeting I flrst trans-meeting by air of Mayor J. R. Wainwright this Lake was purchased and subdivided I

Billy Tucker, and Maurice Umpires for the tournament the petition In order to call the flight clubs for a joint weekend week Issued a call for the regular In 1947 by a Jacksonville group ;1

aI I jo .I1dwn Jal'P 1an8 .i.C-I atom election. After the election is call- jamboree at Keystone Airpark. City Election to be held on Tuesday ;:4 headed by W. W, Fish. No further .

day night's game found the Florida State League, and ed, it Is necessary that more than I Arrangements for the meetingwere September 12. development of the area was

Gainesville nine taking advan- R. M. West, Jacksonville police 50 percent of the qualified freeholders TodayA made by Perry Smith secretary Elected at this time will be three made, however Purchase of the ,''t/

| ot each Starke error. Mike umpire.The vote in order to make the of the Columbia, S, C. Aero city councilmen. All other city site was made by the Presbytery .

ihan, pitching for Starke did winner of the area title here election valid. Club. Wally Sohanz State Aviation official are "hold overs" this time. h n rq.R through 8. E. McKay, Keystone 1

_|I day's work only to lose outhe thin weekend will report to Wau-, A detailed description of the meeting for the purpose of I I I Supervisor, and Don Strem- Qualifying deadline for candidates Heights realtor: for an announced ;

final inning when, with chula Monday to compete for the projects to be Included In the setting up a Civil Defense organization !- mel (better known as "Flannel for the Council is 12 noon consideration of $T, OO.'I .

Ifnville at bat and two outs, state championship. | 400,000 program will be published 'in Bradford-County will I Mouth Don" of the Smiling Jack Tuesday, August 22. Emerald Lake, though small (COY i

|>man In scoring position the A. J. Thomas, Jr., commander In the next Issue of the Telegraph be held In the county courthouse. comic strip) and Roy Browningof The city registration books close 'I erlng an area of 17 acres) posses

I'sy called for two intention- of American Legion Post 56, this afternoon (Friday) .t 3 o' the Keystone Airpark at 8 P. M. Saturday, 'August, 12.

laei so that an attempt'eould ed that officials have atat-\\ Council Prepares clock. Poor weather reduced the estimated I bop-I

hjd alb put 'm .a sulfas. plU.c..wJ.t: the rmaagewlnwhiul. The meeting Is called by Cle number of 75 pilots to JW, : ''its center give It a. remarkable
I play did notwork: Bill pafJllllf -. the district and area .foiirnainents t For City Election j of the Circuit Court A. J. Thomas, Recreational sports and enter Governor WarrenRecommends asa ,.green-blue'coloring-: -

In on a steal from third, have been conducted here, that, carrying out Instructions from the tainment while at the Airpark Use The tract purchased by the Presbytery "

i scoring Gainesville'swinning they have asked that the State The City Council met In regular Director of Civil Defense of the consisted'! of fishing, swimming Pictured above is the outstanding also Is adjacent to the western j

Catching for Starke was tournament be held In Starke next ses lon Tuesday, August 1, State of Forlda. The Clerk of and horseback riding, with a bAn-, Of Camp BlandingGovernor yiiuth leader for whom Camp shore line of Crystal Lake, 1

r Reddin. The Gainesville year. I with the following members present the Court in each county Is charged I quet held at the Keystone Airpark Fuller Warren this Montgomery, the proposed new and application Is being made' to

-1.. : James A. Lewis Chairman.L. with the responsibility of set- Cafe Saturday evening followed Presbyterian camp to be developed the Civil Aeronautics Associationfor

I O. Hazen. P. L. Bridges, and ting the defense program/ In mo by a dance given by the week urged the "If reactivation' of In Bradford County, will be permission to use this area

tarians Vote Unexpected Haul Wm. T. Jackson.A tion.Mr. : Airpark officials for their guests.! Camp Blanding" circumstances named.Dr. also

bill for $2.60 covering bat- Thomas has sent out noticesof Everyone expressed approval compel. E. F, Montgomery, pastorof
Sponsor Course Of Illicit LiquorWhoevel' In a l letter to Defense Secretary I The Suwannee Presbytery Includes
teries purchased for Policeman the meeting to a selected groupof of the location selected and, the the Lake City Presbyterian
Louis Johnson Warren said ) Presbyterian churches in
leads E. L. McKnlght's motor scooterwas citizens, and It Is hoped that members plan many more enJoy- "while Church, Is an old hand at camping.
I their said "one thing Jacksonville
regular luncheon meet. that Gainesville Lak
It Is personal hope a re-
ordered paid, and the Clerk all who are notified will respondas able trips to this area. : my H. ,conducted camps for local
I here Wednesday members .of to another" certainly knew what activation of Army camps will not City, Ocala, Palatka and Perry.
their assistance Is needed In church before
was Instructed, to notify Mr. Mc- groups long campIng -
[Rotary Club voted to sponsor he was talking about. become necessary. I wish to stress I
this vital
further undertaking. became even an experimentalchurch
Knight that no repair I
ale Carnegie course In effect For Instance, take the Incident scooter Sheriff Announces the strategic location of Camp Sailor Turns Car I
bills would be paid on the program.
speaking and leadership that occurred about three miles as the $10 allowed each monthwas Boy Arsonist Appointment Of Blandlns and the facilities now He was one of the leaders) In Over Near LakeA
Ng to be given in Starke south of Starke on U. S. 301 available there. the Boy Scout organization who
for maintenance and upkeepof
|e time next month. New Jailor-Deputy In the meanwhile Senator Holland -
kh Wednesday night of last week. this machine. Receives SentenceBilly located the present site of Camp Chevrolet sedan driven by

McHwaln. who la con- C State Highway Patrolman Q. The Clerk was also Instructedto I Sheriff P. D. Reddish announced announced In Washington Echncatee, where Scouts' have been Ennls R. Taber Jr., a sailor stationed -
d with the Carnegie Instl- Powers, 14-year-old farm that an Army spokesman had told
A. Flllinglm saw an automobile notify John Spence tnat effec- yesterday the appointment of Cecil camping for a generation now at Green Cove Springs
I In !
Jacksonville, was a guest with headlights lad pleaded gulty to a charge of him that In the event of all-out located
ker approaching Improper tive at once he and his crew on L. Sewell as county jailor and When Camp Immokalee was turned over on a Highway 16
| at the and dlsd before Circuit A. Z. mobilization reactivation of Camp
meeting Judge
low. arsony
-one high and one the truck shall receive Instructionsfor I deputy sheriff to succeed R. V. at Keystone Heights by the curve near Kingsley Lake at
< some of the highlights and Adklns Thursday of last week and Blending will doubtless be fitted
''Iti He stopped the car and proceededto work from S. R. Hicks Alvarez whose connection wltn I Jacksonville YMCA Dr. Montgomery 12:30: A. M. Sunday
to be derived from this sentenced to two in the Into training plans.
Rudolph years the first leaders -
driver, of
question the An ordinance was passed setting the sheriff's office terminated was camp State Highway Patrolman Q. ;
Charles E. Bennett Is also
Jefferson, a young negro, who of boys reformatory at Marlanna. I 24. Rep. assisting with the first group
for July
Monday A
the deadline qualifying Flllnglm, who the
e program was In charge of Florence The boy had been held In the at .work on a brief on the proposed of to there In 1925.: Investigated
gave his residence as candidates In a city election at Mr. Sewell was formerly connected -I I reactivation boys go accident, said that Taber appar-
of Starke
Blade Villa suburb of Winter Haven. county jail here since his confession of Iden- Blanding. Dr. Montgomery stat. that It Is
a 3 p.m. on the last day of the period that he. burned down the with the Bureau City and Chamber of Commerce ently lost control of the car on
While, questioning the driver, within which qualifying/ fees may tification at the State Prison officials are cooperating with the hopnd the facilities of the new the curve. The driver was only
farm home of his mother, Mrs.
the noted that the car where he has been assistant Identification camp on Emerald Lake will accommodate slightly Injured with lacerationon
patrolman be
paid. and
Coaching School Roman Powers. His father Ro- Congressman In the matter, It 200 J
was loaded :wIth a suspicious instructed'to or- officer for the past two as many as young his right ear. Two other J. A'
The Clerk was h..ldIn In likely that a local delegationwill
I man Powers, Is still being people and some 30-odd adult I leaders -
HS> Head Coach James Hobbs looking cargo and upon lifting der cold-patch from the State the county jail on a charge of years. He and his wife will move go to Washington In the near time. sailor companions were uninjur. "

leave Sunday to attend a one- the cover found 24 fivegallonjugs Road Department.The non-support of his family. Into quarters at the county jailon Buture to promote the Interests of at one ed. The car was damaged to [
k of Illicit whiskey. I August 7. the extent of about $430. "
| coaching school at the Unl- following",; inspectors were The Powers boy told SheriffP. I Blanding. ,
Ity of Miami., Before leaving Thus, to the "Improper lightIng" appointed to hold the city electionon D. Reddish that he set fire to Mr. Sewell Is a graduate of Mar- Although many of the tempo.rary.type Recent DeedsRecent :

ch Hobbs announced that Tor- charge was added a more September 12: T. S. Williams the house following an argument/ Ianna High School, where he served .: wooden structures have deeds recorded In the RED CROSS! NOTICE

a 1 football practice will begin serious one- that of transporting F G. Hemingway S. E. Sparks,, with his mother. as captain of the School Boy been removed from Blanding It courthouse were: Mrs. Edward Burns, former

> Monday, August 14, and will illegal liquor and Jefferson i George Flynn, Jr.. H. W. Lappe. At the same time Judge Adklns PatroL He Is also an Eagle Scout, ,has many valuable facilities stillremaining. 1 Mrs. Jessie Carlton of Bradford Executive Secretary and present !

I Held dally from 3 to 5 P. M. was lodged In the county jail. I The Clerk was Instructed to advertise -i also sentenced Calvin Nelson to and served as Junior Instructor These Include most of County to Mrs. Emma Murrhee Home Service Chairman of the Ji

I for bids on tne .lease or me; one year In tthe State Prison liepleaded while active In Scouting.State During Prison: the water system, a part of the of Starke. Tract of land In theSE Bradford County Chapter, Amer- : '
to stealing s pls- his two years at the lighting system, the sewage disposal ican Red Cross, and W. H. Sewell
Young Cattleman Buys Brahma Twin garbage disposal dump to anyone guilty and received his cor of the NE quarter of the ,
Interested In securing the use of I ondtol from John Waldo, a produce he completed Criminal Identification plant, incinerators, paved SW quarter of sec. 21, twp. 6 8, Chapter Chairman will be responsible y.
diploma In roads, drainage structures, some
Brooker. for the activities of the
hogs. buyer at 22 E.. ;:
It for keeping I Institute of Applied range
Studies from the permanent type building, and Chapter during the absence of :,
III. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rhoden of
Science, Chicago much else.An .
Mrs., Ruth Morse, Executive Sec- '
Field KindergartenRegistration Bradford to Louln H. and
Nearby For the past two years Mr and Army spokesman hall estimated retary, who will be on vacation ):
Jewel E. Redding of Stark.
ReactivatedCecil Aug. 25 Mrs. Sewell have maintained their that Blending could be rebuilt from August 3 until September 9. k
Being Tract of land.1 In the NE!: cor. of
residence at the State Prison dur- for around 25 percent of the, All emergency messages, need, (e
tile NE of the SE
Field near Maxville was Registration for the fall Kindergarten Ing which time their social and coot of the same camp In a new quarter quar- etc., should communicated to .
I ter of the NE quarter of kC 29
returned to active term will begin on Friday, business connections have been location.
technically 6 S 22 E. Mrs. Bursa i
status this week as officers awaited August 23: .t 9 A. M. in thehU, In Starke. For the put ten Jwp. range

t orders for planes men and civilian 3. O. Building. months Mr. Sewell has \been a Shuford & Hercules
+a 1 ,} employes to be returned 'o the ,This school Includes children member of the local National 4-H HONOR SQUAD

base. who are five years of age and 'Guard Company Tied For FirstIn

has announced that those who will be five by next la announcing the appointment Softball LeagueShuford J \
xy The Navy 1. Hours will be from the fact ':f
fleet January Sheriff Reddish '
Field will become a Operations -
ik; _.' a7 Cecil base capable of handlingtwo 8:30 A. M. to 1 P. M. and regular that Mr. Sewell Is well qualifiedfor and Hercules were tied A 1

and their maintenance. classes will begin on Monday the job and will be of great for first place In the County Softball .

.air groups It Is expected that these i August 28. assistance to the sheriffs office I League this week as the sec 3 3,3

will fly Jet as well as I NURSERY CLASS because of his excellent trainingIn ond half schedule drew to a close C '1

r air conventional groups aircraft. If aa many as 12 enroll there office experience, criminal Iden- I In Monday night's games Al-

Inactive since there will be an afternoon class tification work, fingerprinting, I wares defeated American Legion

The field has been maintained sufficiently for children from 3 to 4H years. and identification photography./ I 23-2, and Bhuford downed Hun- 1
February but was This class will last from 1 to 3:30: .

to permit quick reactivation. -.P.This M. pre-school course and nur- Mrs. C. W. Dozier : phreys NeXt .12-2.Monday night! a rained- 'j,3s

out between Alvarez and
It is expected that reactivationof sery will be under the supervision Dozier game
Jof... Corrie Williams National Guard will be played. If
de- :
Held will Increase the of Mrs. Martha Smih.
this ,
Ashvllle. N. 1
Starke M died suddenly in I the Guardsmen win this one-
mand for housing in on\ Thursday July 27. Her husband : which .Is likely-It will put them ,
have re-I
many of the personnel Lions Lose Game wad the late Dr Harry C. at the top of the heap with Shu- f

sided here In Uie past 9-0 Dozier of Ocala, who passed away ford and Hercules with four wins
To Macclenny ,
two and a half years sgo. and one loss.Playoffs .
Funral services for the Infant Handicapped by the absence of Mrs. Dozier has visited In to determine the league 45xa {

of Mr. and Mr* H. A. Bishop two regular players, the Starke BUrke. quite often, being the sister championship will be held

son died In the Alachua Lions lost to Mscclenny 9-O of Mrs T. S. Wlllams. She during the week of August 14.

Gene Shaw, YOuthful Starke cattleman recently purchased Blue Jr.. who Hospital Tuesday mom Tuesday night on the local AeI
y, one of the famous Brahma twin owned by Mrs. H. C. Boyer of. County were held at the gravesidein Mitchell Brown pitching for Ocala and one daughter, Mrs. CEMETERY: : WORKING Pictured above are the Bradford County boys who won the distinction .
8oY Ing. struck out three and gave Hugh Chase of New York; two Mrs. J. M. Conner announces 'I'"
r Wednesday Starke the Honor recent 4-H Club at
Ranch sire was Dumpy Crosby Lake Cemetery of comprising: Squad at the Camp
northwest Blue Boy's
of Starke.
sisters. Mrs. M. W. Bomar of that there will be a working at
'sad the dam breed Is famed morning at 10:30: o'clock with up 15 blta.Gatblck Cherry Lake. From left to right: Glenn Reddish Darrell Edwards
This 1
its. wa Blue Director Orlselda. pitched for Macctlenny, Newark. N. J, and Miss Belle WII- Conner Cemetery on Friday.August ,
prolific' and< early breedtGg. Gene plans to buy two registeredhman Rev. L. D. Haines officiating striking out 11 Starke batters and liam of Ubnetta. S. C.. and I 11. AU interested persons Kenneth Mott. Huey Crosby Stanley Green, Billy Moore. Ted Edwards
hel' Mrs Boywon DeWItt C. Jones was In charge of and Benton Futch.
r era ta the near "tare. In the above picture only two hits. three grandchildren. Are urged to attend. :

holding the $ ,000 check which she received for Blue Boy.. arrangements I fallowing

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Bradford County Telegraph was A handsome rosebud presented cakes electric the couple were percolator served as a Come In And See Starke's Newest And Finest Food Department Store!

ESTABLISHED 1379 E. L. MATTHEWS. ewNtnEDITOn'ubUehed gift from the church. Mrs. Gray

Rntrrinl as Second also received a corsage of pink I
r Every Frl.lay her entrance. '
(lass Matter at the Poet Office at Starke, Fla. Out-of-town upon guests attending

were: Mrs. Earl Ayres of Lud- .
MEMBERAnnually<3> 1950 Ington, Mich. Miss Betty Fu .
ler of Cocoa, Mrs Frank Wl -
rll n$ $LSo For SIX Month. I Hams Dunnellon Miss Betty Dur
ling, Mrs. Leo Wiggins and Marie
Wiggins of Jacksonville, Mrs.

FOOT SOLDIER !STILL" "TilE" GUY Fred Dodd Keystone Heights LOVETT'SThese
and Mr, and Mrs. Robert Barks
In the light of current event. it \III Interesting to look back about dale and Raymond Howe Starke.n.IEIJI.14 .

A year to the time when the headlines were largely occupied with de-I WEINER KO\tT!:
bate over what kind of weapons we needed and how the next war I The members of the Junior
would have to be fought The star of the Air Force was then in Its Baseball Club entertained a num-
were arguing passionately ber of friends with a wiener roaston
scem1ancy, and Its more extreme partisans
that the airplane-and most especially Jet fighters and the hugh Intercontinental the ball grounds Monday

bombers-could do practically all of the Job. The Navy, night.Mrs.Chaperones'Rudolph were DeWater Manag'rand .

the argument ran. would In the future be only a minor, auxiliary Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, Mra. T. J
,service and should be deprived of most, possibly, of Its own planes Alderman and Mrs. U. T. Johns.
and carriers The tank was obsolete, or nearly BO, because. new Raymond (Lucky) Howe, of Low Prices Good.Through Saturday, August 5th
weapons had made It practically AI vulnerable to fire as a Jeep. And Starke was a guest speaker on

the role of the foot soldier, always paramount In past wars, would Sunday morning at the Baptist \

,.tw a relatively ml"or one next time. Church. .
Tfcl is what prompted U.S. News A World Report, In an article 'A large number of folks from
"War In Korea) la putting here are Attending revival services '
..on military planning and strategy, to say: (
IT. S. military ideas new weapons, and strategy plans to the test of at the Graham Christian ARMOURS "STAR BRAND"
Church and the Theressa Baptist COCA-COLA
On the basis of the record to date, the report card on tall
be marked 'Flunked.' For our experience Church. 3 2 Se
first performances can Mrs. George Cottman bf Ocala,
certainly that, In this particular kind of "small" MIL K
In Korea has proven has been the guest of her sister -
.war at east the new weapons and new ideas have not worked the Mrs. T. C. Chaatain. Mrs. Chas cans or PEPSICOLABottlea

expected. wonders. tain recently spent the week -
In this war the biggest bombers have not been used nor are they end in Live Oak. r
likely to be used to any extent. They are adapted to global all-out Nell Williams of JDunnellon In Ctn.
-war. In which they would carry A-bombs to vital enemy targets thouesande spent last week here visiting rel- 303 Can LAND O'SUNSHINE FOR

of miles away from their bases atives. Oc6 18
1 (Plus
Ida Maxwell, of Jackson
and.has Inflicted Mrs
The Air Force has performed splendidly In Korea PEAS
. have ville, :was the Sunday guest of SWEET Deposit
heavy damage on Red forces. But reports from the front Mr. and Mr. W. H. Maxwell. or exch.)
said time and again that the Jet planes.In this type of campaign have Mr. and Mrs Charlie Ousley
Valuable as they are in air combat, they are
been a disappointment. and sons, Butch and Don of Ferine
loo fast, and too limited In the time they can stay aloft to operate have been visiting relativesIn

fut well In close support of troops.* plston-englned planes. Hampton. They ,are spendinga 22 oz. JAR SWEET MIXEDPICKLES
Navy air, once written off as an obsolete weapon, has proven month at their camp on Bedford 46 oz. CAN HIGHLIGHTOrange

enormously! vital. The carrier planes operate In support of the ground Lake. 1
troops, and are a major defense against amphibious landing*' A tra- The Community Hall Is rerelv- I
Ing an interior paint Job this Juice28c .
otftlonal Navy dominates the sea lanes and the harbors.
week, given' by Owen Simmons 0
The most dramatic example of the worth of an old weapon is
and Hershel Parker. The hall Is
tank. It was thegreatest single factor In making possible -
found in the
used for all civic affairs, the
the North Korean drive. The Russian tanks which, the Red '
monthly town council meeting 25 lb. LAND O'SUNSHINE
superior to ours in fire and armor. f
.troops used apparently were power and the weekly picture show
Finally, the role of the foot soldier has again been all-Important.

Despite all the new and revolutionary concepts yet uttered, the "poor FLOUR $1.7

itJWxly Infantry" has been the queen of battles In Korea.It LONG BRANCHBy
may be that In the future and in another kind of war, If It .

.....aee. those new concepts may find some Justification. They have Mrs. J. L. StricklandWILKINSONWATSON
not to far1, and it Is evident that It would be a disastrous folly to accept -

them at theoretical value. I Is 3 IU. CAN QUEEN QUALITY/
:== her mother Mrs. Hugh Cham- MIMI Sylvia Watson and Billie KERITE 77c 2
bo sa. Wilkinson were married Thurs TEAlb.
Keystone HeightsTly Visiting with Mr. and Mra. Al- day July 20. In Georgia. The .
of Mr. and
bert Nelson are Mrs. NeUon's parents the groom
Kay BeaUMiaa sister, Mrs. Joe Wright Betsy Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson and the
and Billy Wright, and friends, mother of the bride, accompaniedthem
Emma Kate Mansfield Mr and Mrs. Ed Sweetman, all to be married. They are LB. BOX EDUCATOR
to her new office In of Greensboro N. C. now living at the Half Way Station .
the plan McElrath open building on the cor Miss Virginia Neal Is visitingIn helping to operate it until TisSUE 3 ROLLS 25c SALTINES 1

Boulevard and Ellwood City, Pa., where she: Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson in able to .
of Lawrence .
:meT will stay two weeks. take over the work again.
Cardinal Street next week. She Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McMurtryleft I Harvey Padgett and ,brother-in- _
win operate a bookkeeping settle yesterday for Philadelphia. law Virgil Padgett came to the ..
and sell office supplies. Miss ''P*.. to visit Mrs. MvC-Iurtry'a Strickland's hunting fry 'chickens e rJELLY
Sunday. They got the chickens 2 10. JAR APPLE 303 CANS WHITE11OUSE
mother. to her
JlanllWld will\ be in the office They plan bring "
aunt, Mrs. Gertrude Burch, backto and we had a nice visit.
O until 1 and can be reach
from 25c 2 28
Dora Byrd has had the mumps for
ed by appointment after those Keystone with them in abouta APPLE SAUCE
but is about well again. Mrs
hour' The office will remain .
Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. CharlesFields ,
open however, In ,the afternoon Miss Gladys Tlllls will return
this Sunday from a vacation and Harry Padgett are all
Mrs. Brown was honored last
which she has been pending in recovering nicely from their operations
Tuesday night by a surprise baby
shower given her by Mrs. Martin, Port Orange visiting with her and broken bones. Mrs. MAR-GOLD COLORED !i'a WEBSTER TOMATO
Field is at her mother's home In
cousin. Miss Tlllls' last
Mr. Tom Campbell and Mrs. Alfred weekend In Lakeland stopped with Miss Jacksonville. Mrs. Wilkinson will 19c 2!
3 No 2
Watson at the home of Mra Gertrude McArthur. not be discharged from the hospital oLEO..ib. JUICE

Martin on Keyatone Lake. Miss Marge Tracey will leave for several days. Harry'sleg Cans
Another surprise party honored this Sunday for Pittsburgh, Pa., is In worse condition than
Mrs. Haaklns on her birthday with her brother, Erie Mecklem. they thought at first but Is do-
last Saturday night. The party She plans to stay several weeksHAMPTON Ing: very well. Gertie Falrcloth
was given by her daughters Mrs. Fell through the porch Saturday
Bryan. Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Jackson but says the scare .was the worst inU.
and, Mrs. Webb, at the home of Injury she received so we hope cTisn''riHrii
Mra Hall and Mrs. Bryan on she Is back to normal now. !

Lake Brooklyn. Mrs. Florence Hornsby of
Mrs. Peggy Pflfer left Keystone By 1\1.... M. .C. Sweeney Starke and two of her sons Wil-
Sunday with her grandson, bur and Mutt, and Mutt'st family,
S. No.
Toppy" Barr of Miami, to visit PASTOR! AND MH.!. came to see us Saturday Just
In Birmingham with, her daughter. OKAY IIONORED after the wind and rain alorm.Th..y POTATOES 1 0 lb. 29

Mrs. Charles Binton. A delightful reception, honor- were on their way to Jack e e
Mla Nancy Ellzabe'th Morris, ing the Baptist minister, the Rev.' sonville where Florence Is to be RIB or SIRLOIN PICNIC
of Newport News; Va., daughterof R. C, Gray and Mr. Gray, the treated for an eye trouble. While LARGE 360 SIZE
Mrs. Thomas Campbell, Is visiting latter the former Miss Charlene here they decided\ they liked I 19c 49Cdo
with her mother. Also staying Butler of Tampa, waa held Sun- chicken too, so bought some of STEAKIb. HAMS LEMONS lb. or
with Mrs. Campbell are her day afternoon in Community Mr. Belt's Rock and also sampled
Mlater and brother of Somerville Hall from JJ:00: until 5:00: o'clock. some of our cantaloupe preserves
:and) Riisaellvllle, her mother,I Several vocal numbers were rendered -* which they pronouncedvery SWEET
Mra. Carrrie V. Roberts. of St. by the Quapelalres, male good. ,4'lh. 29

Stevens S. C., and a friend of quartet of the local Baptist o I 69c lb. 45c POTATOES CUBAN e e ,

J,, TMs t t GRAHAMBy AVOCADOS .2 for 19

Mr's.' John
McKinney e

nloaasdVII N Gr. A Breakfast BACON LB. 55c
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Altman of ,
Nichols were supper guests of CARROTS 2 bchs. 19
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones Tuesday
night. Weekend guests of the
Jonea were their son-in-law and Cottage CHEESE LB. - -17c ICE URG
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Russell 25
Starling and children Tampa. LETTUCE : 2 lb.
Mrs. R. R. Jones and daughter, e
$$21 .50 Mrs. Ruby Warner and children, RIB BRISKET STEW LB. 39c
of Tampa spent a few days here or .;:.
visiting relatives recently.Mr. i
,- -, $10 down and Mrs Foster Reynold

__ ONLT a5ao and spent son.last Rlckle.week here of Key with West Mr. CHUCK ROAST LB. - 59c FORD nOOK )IINIT )J.\ID

Reynolds grandparents Mr and Lima Beans Juice
OUAIANTIIOPOI' Mrs. F. T. Abernathy. Orange
FREE aosirsar .
Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Page, of
Nw..,,....alit.....br_" Aera. Lawtey, were Sunday visitors of 45c
BUTTONNOLER ... ........ It. aeI Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. Either SKINLESS FRESH 25c 2 for
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Starlingand
This Week Only
children are now making
their home In Tampa. Weiners or Bologna SHRIMP AGEN-BLACKEYE PEAS
I Miss Annie Cox and Otto Hicks
of Jacksonville were the Sunday 2 PkdS
1 guest of 1tr. Joe Call. BROCCOLI

ACMEACME Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnny Ib. 35c lb.
and children: Mrs. Willis and Mrs. AGEN SPINACH 49C
E. Roberta attended the Bradford-
VACUUM STORES Union Christian Church conven- DEVILED CRABS
412 West Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Florida tion in Starke Sunday. .
Mrs. H. M. Wasdln and Mrs I I
.T would like a free home demonstration of a beautiful rebuilt Ruth Fraser have returned to '- Id
their respective homes here following ---d
Singer Portable Sewing 1Ichlnecomplete for ,n. o. hospltallxatlon. Both are .

;Name _________-______________________________ nicely.reported to be convalescing; very OVER 2000 ITEMS ARE CHEAPER

Address ____?_______________..________________ Graham The revival Christian'now in Church progress will at EVERYDAY AT tOVETT'S

City ____________________ State ______________ continue for another week. A
If YOU LIVC ON RURAL HOUTC. WMJITK DIRECTION good attendance with a numberof
visitors from Hampton .Is

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STARE F1.ORmAlers PAGE TDB.J:111. !:

Keep Busy Out New River Way will was continue 111 and friends to Improve.hope that she, 9.Inlaw C their son and daughter-- Fender MUs' --- t

Bonnie Crawford, of
LazenbY Luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs : Sunday vj'itors of Mr. and Stark, was a dinner' guest of {

lISle tee hall been en- and son, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins of Jacksonville visited Mr J. Wallace Tuesday of last week' Mrs Ida M. Gentry and daughter Miss Shirley McRae Sunday. ,

Andrew profit from Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton Mrs. Troy Dukes Sunday. and were Mrs. H. C. .Warner. Miss Lillian :were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Sue Myrick, of Lake Ge-

rather unexpected nice source of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Davis Harriett Warner and Billy Warner W. 0 Watkins, Mr. and Mrs neva, and Mrs. B. M. Myrick of ..
and Melton Kerce and children, Rev. Southerland who enlisted and Mrs. Dan W. 0 Watkins Jr.,
picking and In the Bryant, all of Jacksonville and two Gainesville, were visiting Mrs.Robert .
tle'a been crowder peas and ;Mrs. Lawhorn, of Brooker. wrote his Army this summer children, Mrs. R. De Florin and Myrirk and Mrs. McRa INTEGRITY .

labama l.rond crop this and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Greenof sent to the parents Korean that he was Mrs. J. B. ,Segree of Macclenhy two children of Jacksonville, Mrs Saturday night and Sunday.

their not any work Brooker Accompanying the Theatre spent Wednesday with Mr. and Bert Busbre and Sire' K Rich- SEr: and Mrs. Jack Myrirk and of conduct and dealing with better
M. ,
peas had They Greens were Mr. and Mrs. Lorlna I L. Johns, Jr. who Is train- Mrs. J. L Williams ards of Silver Springs Mrs children have returned to their thoughtfulness and

ce early "Pring.which made Green Surrency's two children of ing at Beckum's In Gainesville as Herbert Watkins Sr.. and Mrs. Busbee are home at Oilman, Ala., after a economy in all our i

heir leaves, vines New Orleans, and Rev. FredGreen's an optician will soon be through: and his Fillyaw, Leslie Bradley r daughters of Mrs Gentry. pleaaant visit her with relatives I\E'rvlng-thE'se! mark the reputable
-jUBt baby daughter Melanie, f
sight' and ready to work. I
..ullar son of Jacksonville.The He has and friends ,
nice peas They pro- picnickers all visited with been staying with his brotherinlaw |I were In Orlando last weekend. quality of this well known firm
and Redhe i They visited Mr. and Mrs. A. BfRTIID.rfI.F.nn.TlON t
crop and sister 'PINE LEVELIt
ecellent the C. A. Roberts Charley and Eloise I
family next
has never before ex- Cowen but since fliey're Noland. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox A birthday pony was given
door to the Schnauss
each an unexpected the day. place during to Starke, M. L. will occupy moving a (:and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Evans.I Mrs 11. M. McRae last Saturday afternoon In honorof
room at the same I Melanie remained with Mr. and five-year-old Sandra Starlingat DcWITT C. JONES
has a fine, Thin Package Contained Mrs Evans The Fellowship meeting at Pine the home of her parents, Mr.
Andrews Eighteen Rattlesnake Cleo Andrews is still in Sum- and Mrs Robert Phone 7 Starke Fla.
Level Church Thursdayand ,
and pea crop In the mer School ) Mrs. W. M. Rhoden of Baker Baptist r
bun of you begin to W. N. Johns had an exciting has two Gainesville She County Is the guest of her son-ln- Friday of lost week was well I fter enjoying! a number of

Kjust f be patient a few I time Sunday morning whenhis fun" more weeks of "sweatln' 1 law and daughter, Mr. 'and Mrs. attended and enjoyed by all. lames and contests, the little r Funeral Director Ambulance Service )
over there.
believe itL dog jumped a rattler In his fieldas She has been Those who were overnight guestsof !quests were served refreshment
A. C.
t don't .
We the two were teaching in Brooker but will, Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and .r.,
before he canmultitude' casually walking Rev and Mra Hall were Rev of candy, punch and cake.
long around. teach in Starke next term. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney went services not otherwise available. '
The dog, running ahead and Mrs J. M. Parrish of Lake \
uesiues, I The honoree received'
I "' Mr. lo Dallas Texas Saturday for a young! ,
found the snake which struck at and Mrs. C. B. (Dick I land Sirs J. E. Murrhee and son, ..
all his toinch ,, and those enjoying '.
already sold him. W. N., Carroll and children of Jackson-I I two weeks' stay with Mr. and Mrs. ,, many lovely Rifts "
by this
time John
was P.
Edward Hall. Mrs. C.
netted a very goodthe ville Newton V. Turney. Mr. Turney this event with her were: We furnish the
alerted and rushed up with his I i spent Sunday with Mrs. Car- son and Mrs Reed Hlggenbotham highest type service at lowest prices and
oil's parents, Mr. of Dallas had been to points In Betty Jo and Kranklyn Starlingof ANT life insurance In
rifle and shot the 5-foot cane- and Mrs Ira all of Hilliard. Stark'e accept policy force Issued by ANT
tobacco has gone break rattler's Merrltt. Little Dickie had the Eastern part of the U.S. audi Mitts Dixie Cannon of as In In full a
payment or funeraL
head company
off. In the spent I We are glad to hear that little' falatka, Misses and Barbara part on a
Irkct So far the ''own- some time with his came here Friday to accompany! Joyce
shooting, part of the rattles grandparents Larry Crosby la Improving after Jean Ray and Leon Thomas, Consultation carries no obligation. !
his hU
ace sold are averag- were shot off but eight remained.He previously home.parents on theirtrip to I being seriously ill In the!' Palatka Buddy, Harley and Gary McRae

jf.u or better took the snake to a boy, The Carrolls have bought and, hospital for two weeks. He is Bonnie Fay Thomas, and Robert I
I Moody and his grand. who moved to Mr. and Mrs A. C. Kirkland! and '
lives just across New Riverat their new home. 5721 still very sick.\ Starling. Others who were thereto
JB Moody. planted onelear Long Bridge Rest who had Greenfield Blvd., Jacksonville between their sons Wayne and A. C., Jr., Mr. and Mrs Harvey Chester enjoy the occasion were Sire NOTICEAll 'I

which they consid- previously asked W. N. for his the new beach road and, have moved to their farm home of Deland, visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas. Mrs. A. R. Mc

I a very good quantity first victim. They were going to the Miami highway. They would i i In the Evergreen community. A. J. Fender last week. Rae, Mrs O. W, McRae, Mra. boats approaching or leav'i''i
fiv They have taken skin the snake to make the boy a enjoy having any of their friends Their guest, Miss Wynnette Good- Iris and Lamar Clough spent Viola Cheshire of Palatka and ,

lounds so far, but they belt. When the skinning process visit them. man of Cuthbert Ga., Is contin- several days with their grandparents Mrs. H. )''f. McRae.

Ifcrading and cooking. got underway, they discoveredthat Troy Andrews of Morrlston and uing her visit with them there at Grandln. ing piers docks in Khgsley I
or { :
sold yet. 1 'Mrs. J. D. Scott and childrenof 1
1 not ofV probably a Caesarean operation brother. Levon, of Starke. spent1'I' Elizabeth Jackson' and Barbara ,,
I planted about three might Increase the reptile the night with their Gainesville were visitors of Mrs. Conner have been visiting recently
,vhlch, due to drykere I population. It did! The mama and sister, Floyd and Mans- M. D. Young and of Mr. and Mrs. with Mr and Mrs. Bill Lake must not exceed 5 niles''
not so encourag- snake produced 17 premature Wiggins, recently The next R. M. Markham Sunday. Raine at Chiefland. I

lever, the few which did babies about four or five Inches day thev attended to hiiMlni. in<', Mrs. J. H. Verner of Jacksonville Mr. and Mr. Robert Groover t

rlty netted a fair av- long. Live Oak and WE'rej- d-- :,, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M.I hour.
Belated News Item I Mrs Van Cone Johns and Clyd..1Colson !I Bradley from Saturday until Monday McRae Saturday, per
Ind Eunice Moody have I Recently New River Baptist of when she returned home with Sunday dinner guests of Mr '
Starke before I I
fecco all graded and Church was the setting for a New River. they left : Mrs M. P. Coker, Sr., and Mrs. and Mrs. H H. Lewis were Mr I ,

[the market, but Albert gathering of the Uncle Billy and The A. P. Moores are back! from I I Valle D. Wlmberly also of that I and Mrs. Earl Cook of Starke, aescAtr ; _1J' All skiers and speed boats, or

waiting for.a "real Uncle Will Pinholster clans. It Miami with city, who came down and spent Mr. and Mr*. Bishop Thomas and
their trailer
hey planted 2.6 acres was the regular church Sundayand This time the day with Mr. and Mrs. Brad children of Smoker, and the I '
they parked at the boat 5 miles .
entity and quality were Rev. Truby Parrlsh filled the Merrill's grocery. Before, when ley. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall. !I IMrs. any traveling over
j u good. pulpit. I, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarborough E, C Lewis and sons of
Nan Moody have 8.00f | These "oldtlmers" returned to they came up, they always parked had as their guests Sunday Mr. Brooker were Sunday dinner i '
at Long Bridge Church. !
tobacco on the floor in their old "stompln1 ground" for Dr. Roy Schnauan and family and Mrs Albert Yarborough and I guests of Mr. and Mre. Paul per must stay beyond 300
It was to have sold their two children of Gainesville j Faulkner.
the .
reunion Call
happy : Mrs. Maimee of Jacksonville and un us for reliable drug
Part Is graded and parted I I Pinholster Clemons, Miami Mrs. ,I Lake Klngsleyj I I I Mr and Mrs. \\'. It. Hatslop
; spent Monday night with feet from docks
I and in
I Tommy Pinholster Johnson CJn- I Mrs. Schnauss' brother and sln-, of Sunnybrook, Mr and Mrs. Fred and health 11",1.| at worthwhile piers

.ihn.s 1,100 pounds sold cinnatl and her son-in-law anddaughter ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. I NEW RIVER Halnlop and children of Rising, sating We pride ourwlvri on
of last week. He o.Vr t Palm Beach i and Mrs. Inez Kelly, of Starke,
I acres which yielded, I I ; Wiggins. Tuesday they all left i I were recent visitors\ of the A. J. the scrupulous rxadnrim which Kingsley Lake.
well Mrs. Malmee Oliver Gregory,I for Cedar Keys for a deep sea I BY Mm. E. A. !SappA j
weather, not as
f Philadelphia; Mrs. Canty Oliver fishing trip. The Schnausses are goes Into rtrry single presrrlp

lading.vhitehead frpected' However, he Williams and mother, Mrs. Alice on their vacation, and will go onto I large crowd attended churchat I 1 tK I tlon u. fill. I No boats without mufflers are allowed i f.

Pinholster Oliver, St. Augustine; i one of their farms at Cecil Ga., Long Bridge Christian Church CrWiSrSFWIB
is ahead ofIt. Mrs. Willie Mae Oliver I on Kingsley Lake. i
Hazen Lou Johns spent Thursday! and'Friday ,, Monday night Including Mr. and
All his Is sold-
t. of PHONE: 79 I
i Gainesville; State Attorney and with Sylvia Sapp In Lake1'I Mrs. Brackman and Mr. and Mrs / 1
[ pounds. He averaged I Mrs. T. E. Duncan Gainesville; Butler. d of T..mll."nue Ntarke, (.,...
| children
i 53 cents. He believes I I
Mr. and
11 I Mrs. Guy Pinholster, Mrs. J' Charley and Eloise Cowen have Lake Butler the Rev. and Mr. fflkJi1llJ
sold his now
Anna Pinholster Alexander, Mr. moved from Gainesville and will' Wilbur Scott of Starke, Mr. and .

rave! 1.9 averaged which 57 cents.''he I and Mrs. Carl Ward" all of Jacksonville !I soon occupy their home in Starke Mrs. Inman Harrison of Raiford,, -. ....... T .
ted acres
; Mr. and Mrs. L. A. !, which they have rented from !lIra.I of Thersesa. .
I Hazel ,
Miss Phillips '
Ban unusually good yield I!. Wynn of Mrs. .Jt't: 'o : ? '11'', w tJ u1 ia I
Hampton Rosa
; Gladys Harrington on Water St. I I Mir. and Mrs. Dick Carroll and !
fact It had a bad I "i'l\
very Plnho"!ter, Hrooker. I; !Mr. Cowen has accepted a pos-1 children of Jacksonville, were visiting .tfJ '\; tIli, \>\., t '.,, t
All brought large dinners and Ition as science teacher in Bradford Mr. and Mrs. '
( waiting for the groundt it spread on that long roofed table High School. He recently- Ira Merrltt her parents Sunday and Monday.Mr. First nf the Fine Cars ;in Value/ ; : g ,' "' r t
enough believe( or
lall which baR shaded many a won received his Master's Degree and Mrs A. P. Moore and tI
this rain) to begin
his derful mt>al. 'from the University of Florida. grandson Jimmie, spent Friday I
| strawberry plants.
Some of these folks had not and did ''
: some work the first semester through Monday in Gainesvillewith '
3 acres are. all ready seen each other in years and It' towards his Doctor's Degree -! Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes : (I
nu. He
plans to buy was. an exciting time to meet up Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp, of : ....:

somewhere in South once again at their old church Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Pete I 4" i "t n I II
which most of them attended In I and Mr and
of Palatka 4A
I Churl'hnle! Sapp / j' ": t
their earlier years. No doubt ; recreation trip to Day- I ra. "
enjoyed a < .
ry LakeRiver many of these meetings In i STATE FARMB and Leslie i r- 4,. ... -< '-,
years Mrs. Ethan Sapp son ,
v' Bpptist Churchy a. .. >,..... ,
| school attended a pici gone by resulted in a real romance | :Sirs Brjan Uhltflrld tona Beach Sunday t '....--.,...-.. ., V. : ::- -w.e. LI I
which still stands staunch today! Jonnle Frances Crews Is visIting I
i home of Dr. and Mrs. .
Floyd and Mana Wiggins remalneJ I Carolyn Crews at the State
|'UJs on Kingslev Lake ft!!e" .church and ate with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyson of Farm for a few days. I I

y. Swimming.-boating their old frlen'' l!.' | Miami announce the birth of their Mrs. Pete Sapp and baby ot'' Ir
I eating! were thoroughly third child a son, on July 31. The Palatka were visiting her mother r 1.! ;i 'I

( M. L. Johns, Sr. Is home now little newcomer Is the grandchildof Mrs. Ira Merritt, Monday.A II ,
imams Is remembered after aHE'ndlnFlorida Wildlife ,
/ Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tyson good crowd from here attended j )
Wiggins of New River. Officers School li
Training near
Accompanied by Mrs. G. C. Richardson I revival services at Gra-1 I
[toying the ruling: were Willltlon: f"'r a' month. Duringhis Mlsa Botavla Richardson ham Tuesday night. Brother Fred I i .. .

And IVI and children, "school days" he enjoyed listening and Frederick Rlchard or. of Crescent Dodd and Brother Preston Dur- :

IMrs.. Reddish! Andrews to and rubbing elbows with City the Rev and !Mrs. L. den are conducting the meeting' |, :: .
' -
n MIPS Mamie Bloom, state biologists officials from the A. Shepherd left Tuesday to visits I i _. -

Parrlsh and children,. Wildlife Department and Game Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Williams In j

hh, Rev, Truby ParrishREE Commissioners from other states. Ringgold, Georgia. They will attend LAKE{ GENEVABy I

They also enjoyed field trips and the Prestwood-Williams wed. ,
visits to Marine Studios, Rainbow ding which will be an event of today -j Blanche Cunningham/:
Even Wiser He Seems
Springs and Silver Springs (Friday) at 8 p.m. in the!

apt FREE Removal I Willie Spear and Rev. R. J. Ringgold Baptist Church. Rev.|' Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Finley and

I. Petty of Raiford were visiting the Shepherd will officiate at the wedding I daughter Martha Sue, have returned -wt\f ._ ......... .... ,,I !-. -- .
Crippled to:
Worth-- I Melton Kercea recently. Mr. ceremony. The bride-elect Is':' after a vacation spent In .. .a"

|tie, Horses, Mules, Spear is Mrs. Kerce's brother. I, Miss Mildred Williams who has. Georgia.Mr. .... .f'
here travel a man power plant at hi" toe's comlie found fewer extra charges in
' Troy Dukes is been a frequent visitor of Rev.I and Mrs. Elmer Forsytheand PLAINLY .
,' the of fine mand the obvious levelness his delivered with such .
carpentering this week. He anticipates and MJ-S. Shepherd Following three children returned home ways by" price,

132, Starke about three ,weeks work their wedding Mr. and Mrs. Prest, Saturday, after a two weeks' Vacation motorcars. of the ride he enjoys, the swift things a. Dynuflow Drive, foam ,

ALWAYS COME 1 Ida there. wood will reside Jn Chattanooga] spent with relatives In ease with which Dynaflow Drive rubber cushions, windshield
Earl Oscar Gibbon and You know that b fourVentiports
Tennessee Connellvllle, Pa. Mr. Forsythe e
rich solves I hit traffic problems.What washers I electric clock I even
Renderers Robert and Earnest Carlton are Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fillyaw and is employed by the Hudson Pulp and the sweep
with theNetlonal Guard at Fort their Tommle, of Lake Butler I & Paper Co. of Paltaka. flon-g I are rearview mirror ink
son of which mark his
IXC. .. chrome car i is not so plain from what
Jackson, S. C. eluded the price.
and their visitor, Jodie Ohern, Miss Betty Addison. Miami i
W S. Rhoden and son, Elbert,i U.S.N.'Norfolk. Va., were guests l I la spending a vacation with her as a nOAV. fASTlm. you see U! that here also i* a man

of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young Sun uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs E very wise in what today's dollar If you know fine cars, it won't I

day. Cooper. I You know it should frail should buy!
I you take fifteen minutes behind aUOADMASTIK
Mrs David Dreaden and Sirs. Guests in the home of Mr. and

tart g' I George' Lewis and her children, Mrs H. Ayres are Mr. and Mrs. / him on the highway, by the wheel to see that

Judy and Joyce of Jacksonville'' Ayres and daughter of Columbia smooth lift of the big Fireball cur this man }has all that a fine here is one of the finest.

came Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs.,I car owner ran sick for -brilliant

L. Durden. Together with their,, r1 performance, a ride without If you have inquired about prices,

guests Marianna Mr. and Tuesday!Mrs. Durflen to spend wentto 3 equal for gentle softness, fmifer': a single glance .at the delivered

N G their vacation: with relatives. OnlyDUICXhMMifttajUnv easy handling, abundant room figures establishes! this as the big "'

Mrs. Tom Mack and Mrs. Geneva I DRIVEall around him, .styling that it buy of the field. '-

17 5 d/ Russ of Winter Garden and cmily! the most distinguished on '

Mrs. L E. Mack of Daytona 1 and with it gout the highway. Why not make both J checks:I ,

a v Leach were' dinner guests of Mr. especially! since your BUick :.

and Mrs.. J. G. Caldwell at noon f HIOHI'.COM power' 110,.. IUSl'ON'i0".ol..IIO"8Od"tnglntl/ (New t 263.101I11O.1t' Yet he paid considerably! less dealer will be glad to arrange II

Sunday.En route from New Orleans, La., I ) 'Ufll m<
to their home In Tampa Mr. and 1r /MUiri-OlMHO forefront, roper IfcroiehIfKdtri. elsewhere. you care to call on him? 1
." y the FORD TRACTOR has the Mrs. L. A. McDowell were guests{ J .
of Mr. and Mrs. ),t. E. Grlner from ANOit YltlllUTT, elGl.-"" load .1.! hath -
last l<*w<*4 end back 0 ItMHC-HANOY SIZE G y
of %
Wednesday net.
Monday until /... ...r.oll Ienptha tailtr parking/ end r.

week. proem/ 'larl' tinning ro<4>v> EXTRA.WIDE
PROOF-METER Mr. and Mrs. G. E Crews had I SLATS t'adltJ/ b.'w..n ffi. ..I./ SOW

as t"pr18Itors! during the past fUlCK HOI, from all.toll" .", ;10111011.; Sojr-

week Mr. and Sirs E. H. Clemons tld tint, low ", ....,. leer, lldfittadflna
and their children Lillian. Ruth,1 earquteub. 0 WIDE ARRAY Of MODELS

'Standard Equipment en Every New ford Trattff I Calvin. Carrie Bell and Maurice, with, Jody tf fl.,..,. -

r ON of Miami. The hosts and their A Policy .SIe.""..,I_ROAOMAaraRe.Noeel.t..hewd I ,
PROOF Promises o
Ins'ead01 guests. had\ outings at Orange' an St/C. *tut HI'lIAL r.d.Y.r .

Lake that were made enjoyable'
guess about tractor performance-befor* you buy by unusually good fishing lucfc- fit
' your
'"you buy? Now guesswork is no longer necessary! Mr. and Mrs. John Jenks and I

Dew Ford Tractor Proof-Meter shows perform**", their lithe twin daughters Pamela Needs
Personal ,.. .
Orleans, M HENRY A TAYLOR UIC N.roak. nwr Mo.dw.re.l.e.t
earl and" and Paula of New I
ttonomy right before '
eyes the past weekend with
on the La. spent
ton to lee this dashboard.Proof.MecerAYOnIcheFordTnaorba.id If will _. Mr. and Mrt.' L. E. Moseley. Prior Charley)<< E. John ;, r
Mrs. Jenks was
to her marriage
)- Miss Beatrice Mosely. a former Agency Buick Company 1

Farm resident. Additional Sun- STABKE. FLA. ,
of Mr. and Mrs. PIaoDe IS _
Co. Inc. day dinner guests "
Equipment were Mr. and ,Ir.. John ;
Moseley' 225 Temple Ave. Phone 226 Starke, Florida
so.Dixie 8t.as Oafauevllle! FU. Christan of Starke. &o: r
J. O. Caldwell was the ;::
Mrs .
InO- .. ...
of Mrs. J. B.
cola guest last Thursday ar.d Friday.At anMntln TMB TRAVttg*. MmrttoH ... .- r ..-- .. .WHEN hull AUTOMOSalt All tUftT SUtCK WU lullS THIM .- .. l
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Spot This Summer ADDRESSESOF lege Ave., Tallahassee, Fla. ;! ::::,,=
BHS Library Popular Mrs. WUlard Pass, 322 W. -. '
INTERESTThe Beard St., Tallahassee. Fla. i

1J -.' r-- T Robert Wheeler Rt. 8, Ports Ef
r 1 ,! renewal and
following new lglC
C'i'; mouth Ohio.
change of addresses received by f-r
; 4. iJ the Telegraph will be of interestto H. G. Davis, Jr., change from STARKE FlqFrl. '

:> Its reader: Gainesville to 221 W St Augur I .

l Il, Lenthall Wyman. University tine St., Tallahassee Fla.' I I .. f iat.. \1111' C, a

Y- of North Carolina, Raleigh N. C. Anthony Cermenaro Changej I I10CBLE; FE.\TrnE
june Caldwellora..eria. .y from Starke to 553 W ., ,,
State Farm 43 Editor Phono Zt I Roy..f. Sutton 1132 N. Broad North Adams :MaN
way'Greenburg, Ind. P'L' ABNER
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?frs. H. A. Bronson Rt. 4, Box
I Recent Births le O" '
''" Orangeburg, S. C. Win.
Dyal-Starling Mrs. Morse HostessTo a t x- it I O'Ir1OI',1\!!
,w, m i '4 J. W. Abel, 26 N. Buffalo Ave., Recent births! !in Shadycreat
Executive Board -AM)_
Ventnor N. J. .
MIsBS Catherine Starling, daughter Hospital were:

of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Star Of Woman's ClubThe Pfc. Bobby G. Patray, Hq. 3rd Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Armstrong BEYOND THE

ling of Graham, and Berry Dyal, Inf. Dlv., Ft. Sensing Ga. of Starke a son, Hubert Sherman SACRAMENTO

Jr., son of Mf and Mrs. Derry Executive Board of the Pvt. Geo. W. Hicks, BUy A, 57 on July 25. nun
Dyal, Sr., also of Graham ,were Starke Woman's Club met at AAA AW Bn., Dlv. Tns., 3rd Ar Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Bryan of 1 EiiM:

united In marriage In a quiet Crescent Court, home of Mra. W mored Dlv., Ft., Knox Ky. Starke, a son! Lloyd James Jr., Chap. New Serial "-nalilc.-," ,

ceremony on Saturday afternoon R. Morse, president Thursday afternoon Mrs. Cella Manassw. 4843: Algonquin on July 27, Ghost City" A <'.f fan.;

July 29 at the First Baptist July 27, at 3 o'clock. Jacksonville, Fla. I ,1 I
.. .. ... SnnMonYoretu,4:
Church In KIngsIand, Ga. Those present with the presl Louts Shafkln Lincoln Road, ... -.-- -- -- )[ j

The ceremony was performed dent were Mrs. R A. Green, 2nd Miami Beach. Fla.Mra. KID
In the presence of a few relativesand Vonda Inman 311 E. Col MAGNOLIA FROM
friends including, Mr and Vice/ President; Mrs. James Lewis these summer days for a large group of youngsters In the 8 to 14
Vice President Mrs. R. P, The BHS Library Is the focal point
:Mrs. of the 3rd : to plant but then not in FISH
Starling parents conducted by Mlsa Audrey Newman we are
Edward bracket who meet there dally to enjoy the summer program TEXAS
Stubbing Health; Mrs. age
bride Mrs Dyal, mother of the that clear We're still! learning
each child, and supplementary
Program F, la reading at the proper grade level for ,.
Burns, ; Mrs. F. Stump school librarian. Emphasis on -
: groom Mrs. Wilson Hendricks, A.M. until the ropes, ao to speak, and are not InTtHhnlrolor
Conservation; :Mrs. T. B. Hard features Include handcraft, films art work and film strips. The sessions are held from 10
Miss: Josephine Thomas and James at all sure of what to do. We are O Gain Storm
Education Miss Newt uiHll school starts the test of this month. Miss Newman Auilln Murphy
Audrey continue
Thomas all of Hampton. ing ; noon Monday through Friday and will told time and tlm.galn that this
The bride wore a dress of white man Youth Conservation; Mrs Is assisted m conducting the activities by Mliollc Barbara Simmons and Ernestine :Mobley. particular section is not Ideally Plus News A: ShortWe
J. )'f. Hembree Citizenship; and
Nylon marquisette over'udrlte located In regard to market conditions -
Mrs. Jim Cooper Junior Club *!., Thorn., Rug. 9, 1DOLBLE j
satin Her shoulder corsage %*Of !" MARKET21M |
( Youth bred Angus In other words, when we
ivory rose buds.( */C;, Sponsor, W.C.T.U. Meets Methodist tiara A: "That's nothing! Red I come In with things here, our informants FEATIRB -

Mr. Dyal la now t'mployeJ"*, y Other members of the Board who With President Attend AssemblyThe the new boar 'Is registered and tell us, so -1o a lot of E.; Call St. GREAT

Quigley and Davis in Starke and were unable to attend were: Mrs. he came from the college at other regions and we hive to compete RUPER]

the couple will reside in Graham. M. F. Brown, let Vice President l ; Mrs. W. N. Johnson president Rev. and Mrs. Thomas G. Gainesville-he told me all about with them all. And we are Open All Day Thursdays

Mra. C. J, Fnler,4th Vice President and her daughter, Mrs. R. O Mitchell are serving on the faculty it-and he speaks foreign language too far north to compete\ with Jimmy Ourantc. Terry, :Nora""

Daisy Fowler ; Mrs. H C. Bitch Treasurer Nunnery were co-hostesses las of the Florida Conference Methodist '" regions below' us. Price to Churches, Clubs, AM _

I '; Mrs. Worth Lamar, Recording Friday afternoon to the WCTUIn Youth Assembly this wet'kat, : Comfort: "I don't believe it. Well we've heard it time and etc. Let us supply you for BarBQ Cheyenne

Circle MeetingThe !Secretary! ; Mrs. K. G. Duncan,: their home on Water Street the Methodist Youth Camp In What language" time again, and maybe it's right Fish Fries.! We have paper platen Cowboy

Fowler circle of Correapondln Secretary Mrs. It was announced that during; Leesburg. Mr. Mitchell' is teach :Mrs. A.: "Pig Latin! I But we still have to plant and s llsomething napkins, forks & spoons.. Ph. ItS Tea: Williams, Llna Roma,
Daisy the
E. L :Matthews, American Home; west Florida ing the course on "Choosing a Plus Latratrue
election to
a recent a make a living!
Baptist Women's Missionary Mrs. C. K. Hayes, Publicity; Mrs county voted dry and_ this waseneounging Vocation" and Mrs. Mitchell Water on-water off! Been go- ==_._ =---,_
Union met Tuesday at the home F..J. Pellum, Finance; Mrs. J. R. the heads. the course "The :Methodist for almost a month -
news to mem Ing on now
of Mrs. A. J. Thomas on Kings- Kite, Membership Mrs. J. R. Four of the
; Youth Fellowship.
ley Lake. bers. Mra. Johnson told -of the and we are getting desperate
Wainwright/ Internatlonl Relations of the Starke MYF are
progress made by a new organization members Pump runs tor a while tarn it
Mrs. H. A Lawson program and Mrs. L. A, Canova dele- rvr* I* .*
; attending the assembly aa
chairman of the Union In Lake overheats and motor burns out!

and presented gave an Interesting the devotional Music" City, and It was voted to send gates, and are: Miss Anne Cressler. When we tell the story to others,, I See Why Thrifty Thousand* Say

gram. The business meeting pro-waspresld..d At the clone of the meeting refreshments their president some helpful! ma '. Miss Florence Brown, Miss many tell similar stories of their a

were aerVed by the terials. Attention was called Phoebe Green and Miss Shirley troubles. You never .
past pump
over by Mrs. F. J Shaw
leader! After routine business hostess. to the coming State ConventionIn Carpenter.Bert mien the water till the well runs You Can't Beat j Yojir A&P %1 Fine

was dl polled of the meeting was Jacksonville In October,, Dele Newoomb. the president dry will have to be changed to

closed with prayer by Mrs. L. MYF Outings gates will be chosen later. of the., local MYF and Bily Cress. "till the motor burns outs!; .1 a I IJ
N. Pickering. At the close of the meeting a ler are to attend the session of the '

Following the meeting swim Held At KinsgleyOutdoor shower of delicacies were presented Assembly In Leesburg August Florida Power & Light man VALUES!
to little Haroldlne a' White 2128. almost FOOD I O I 1
ming and boating were enjoyed, picnics and swimmingwere here checking on voltage V 1..J
Ribboner who has been 111. r
snake In
followed with a lovey covered dish enjoyed by the children and stepped on a our pasture
The July meeting will be held couldn't tell what
luncheon youth of the First Methodist W. S. C. S. Notice After killing it.
Church last week. with Mrs. J. T. Quigley at which kind it was. Markings similar _
time the annual election of officers Circles of albs Methodist to rattler, but different shaped
Birthday '
Party Children who have attended theChlldfen's .
will take place. The new WSCS will hold their regular program head and no rattler
For Diane Ritch Story Hour at the officers will be installed In and social meetings next .
Church enjoyed a picnic at the A&P Marks Prices 1 ..
September.* 3:30 o'clock. aavlna .Inn ?
Monday afternoon at : Why la It that Just when eggs
Little Diana Bitch daughter of home of Mr. and :Mrs. T. H. Sladeon the ( .f verywkrrr lint nktirnm'll ,
will meet at
Circle One are most scarce feed prices go up r
tile and Klngsley Lake Thursday July All Items! err HI UP. F., m
N. T on
Ritch of Miami SONG PRACTICEThere : home of Mrs. Titus Olson on to the highest of the year! And .ai .
27. Adults the tietleee krrplnji' prim' ii
celebrated her fourth birth will be a Song Practiceon
South Walnut street we are told that there Is more y / low .
r C mm werun .11'"
the Rev. and Mrs. T. O
day anniversary last Saturday afternoon were Monday August 7. at the Circle Two will be entertained hand than Is need You ,
grain on really can keep track Q ', t=:' In 1 3 diirfiitpnt lit
Mitchell, Coach and Mrs J. C. "'
at the home'K Woodlawn /
Baptist Church two
hewgrandmother at the education building. Hostess edThen WHY are prices so of -what spend .11 through thr Mart .
Mrs. Floyd .Gwwp Hobbs and Miss Kate Struth. Mrs miles southwest of, Lawtey.Charlie t you .. .. .
Opn will be Mrs. J. B. Cottrell. high? ,a y ( JaMt t it I r il d )*fcrtII
West Call Street. Hostesses Clade served as hostess. Bacon of Jacksonville will Circle Three will convene at and check purchased through IM ..ah. Ri

this occasion wore :':rs. Ureen, Memtfcis cf the Methodist Youth be the conductor and the public the Klngsley Lake home of Mrs We from the '0 '" with your caohKtMier < scar Cr..rt .n.ln.. Ikiikrtp ,
are breaking corn
:Mrs. Bitch, and Diane's paternal Fellowship enjoyed a welner roast Is Invited to attend. T H. Slade.FARMER'S. "';r<- slip at home Ife! ,h red !<.. thr icraM rut< >
field and using it to feed Big Red
grandmother. Mra. Carrie Rltch. and swimming party at Klngnley and the little row Our plans for _-- thanks to A Qo..P'spolicy rr >.. ..... .d lor fund. S''"lUncle

A color scheme of pink white, Lake on Thursday, July 20 Mr. storing the corn Include putting of marking the price on t f;, Sa a a sert

and green was carried out in the and Mrs. 8. R. Johns'and :Mr and shed every Item. ty,.
it in the feed and fumigating ?
decorations and favors;which con- Mrs. T. 'H. Slade had charge of
it. Hope by then that the cats
stated of horns and pink plastic the supper wlmmlng,'and recreation '
will take care' of the rats. '
baskets filled with candy. were enjoyed by the group. J DIARY Ben Rice, 14 oz.19c A&P Sliced No. 2/'CanPINEAPPLE
At the close of a merry afternoon .
Have a stand of hairy indigobut
of games the 18 I CEMETERY WORKING
young 33c
By Sam McGarvey nothing to brag about. Un-
guests were served refreshments Mrs. TV D. Dyal of Brooker derstand from "T. K." that the Armour Pure Lard, 3 Ib. 69cSnowdrift .
of ice cream and birthday cake. that working will will
announces a The author be glad to receive
very first froat will kill it, so will
The little honoree received many be held at Mt. Sinai Cemeterynear Items of interest concent- lona Self-Rising:
lovely gifts from her yong friends Graham on Friday August Ing the activities of fanners In have to replant In a hurry If we 3 Ib. can.85c

Assisting in entertaining the 11. Dinner will be served on the Bradford County. Suggestion may want to get any. .good. from it. FI our 25lb - $ir49

guests were Miss Kate Struth, and grounds and all interested per- be left at the Telegraph offloft or Crisco 3 Ib. . 85c .
Alice has some cokes can -
two of Diane's aunts :Mrs N. D. ions are urged to be present and mailed te Sara MoOarvey, Lawtey _
in the kitchen blolliom-j
Roller and Miss Anlce Green. bring tools for working. Florida. Ing / A&B Cot'neft.lintlL:
that's about all have
we !
Woodbury Soap ..7c
n reg. -
except for a few beaten-up e&g-I Hash 16 29c
Have been busy building a we will be "shut" of the peats. I plants. But It won't be long now oz. taD - _

7 ta1eta breeding pen, a farrowing house before we"ll be bedding It up a- Sweetheart Soap, bath lie .
and a loading chute to handle our Bedded up some land for Car gain, and then we'll have it in Ann PageSalad

hogs. Having learned that ordinary son Griffis. which he promptly Full production again. -
W. J. SIPREttE.l' : pine posts that have been planted in turnips And they are te SALE! Dressing qt. 47e

Box 33, Keystone Heights Fla.Furniture. kinned last only about a year so scarce now that you could almost We planted a row of peanuts Jergens Soap 4 for 27c -
we Investigated methods( cf preserving name your Own price. !for our own use but we did not ,

) posts. Discovered that a l I get a good stand. Probably should I Ann Page 1 lb. CanPork&Beans
product called Sel-Cure Is. j have treated the seed In Palmolive
widely had a delightful visit (and a some way Soap, reg. - 8c 1
JII" used, so we got a gallon and sprayed wonderful .teak dinner) with Phil before we planted. Or maybe as lit

two applications on the posts.' a neighbor said, the mole crickets
and Garnet Studer owners and WILSONS IDEAL
Co. The pens will be 8'xlO', covered' of Phil's located jot- 'em.Rain Ann Page 1 Ib. Can
Cafe Prepared
operators Dog Food . 2 ,
with a roof and will have automatic on the Gainesville highway. They Cans for 27c
HAR T waterers. and a novel feed' have and rain, rain. Hardly a day 2for25cFor
'j I a good cow some really Spaghetti t -.
STARKE trough of our own design. W.'re'pretty heifers chickens-but no goes by without a heavy shower _

6 ., Trr.e ,_ PRCR D6W'FnY racing against time, trying to get I[hoga. Garnet tells a tunny story I and our land doesn't get uncovered _
the with water before It Is soaked
farrowing pen built in time I i, story about the trials and tribulations i ,
to accomodate Porky who is due 1 again. Feast or famine! This
of owning!! a sow that any y More atiirtcttery, i i'SuperRight1'Mil
Good, Eatinj
to farrow. 'faU we'll be carrying water to
Warehouse Sale I owner of hogs will get a kick out set out plants no doubt. } ,
of. The Studers are another .
No doubt many folks have seen who wanted to live
couple out In
ON USED KEROSENE our little red pigs on the highway I''', the country and "take things Have been able to get a lawn I ( I

during the past week. It will be'1'I easy". Some one will BOOn have started where !it was said that I I

5 Burner Cook StovesTO well understood we believe that to build a Rest Home for all the ,none would grow. We put stable] BI BSn SSfVOB J -yv means

they were there simply because I|I "broken down" folks who moved ,manure and lime on the bare sand I| AP's: "Super-Right" Meat Policy bet"Jj

we could not keep them In a field.Ito the country to "take things that was there, and put out somei Ing . better value every,time! All AAP: i'1

We kept repairing fences dally, soy,? ,_,, I sod and now it Is growing pretty I IweIJ. Iceberg Lettuce, hd. - lOc quality+ all "Super-Right" trimmed before a1t '

$25 $55 chasing! the pig back, and only(l o ': |I Every pound Is sold with a guarantee of c |
to discover later that they were Wrote to the Aluminum Co. of I I We have rediscovered the joys of I Peppers, Ib ,. 19c {faction.. In plain English you get your mon> bI
out again. We were worried stiff,I I Neat I U Well
America (Pittsburgh Pa.,) for a north U you don't tblnk AAP:; "Super-Right"
books again. Up
because reading
we not only ran the risk
of insist our pigs, but with the i I booklet on overhead we were too busy (fat least we. Western Jumbo coot!.

..- new law we were liable to It Is Intereatlllg--covt'rs Irrlgatl4ln'l thought' we were), and we are Beef f
pros Western
the data needed.
ecution. Then about :busy here, but we decided that we
just the
The Washeteria time we despaired of ever keeping one field illustration of strawberries shows under a 40-acre Irri I i. mast do some reading so we took and Cantaloupes, ea. 25cElberta Ch rSt kYr: 69c!

them In and( even had the idea out a card from the library -
gallon-"protected against droughtand
of shipping them to the Texas have had many hours of,, pleasure
clothes frost." We are "studying" Got a manual oh Florida Peaches, lb. . 15c
is now equipped to complete your King Ranch to see whether they since.
the Idea, bat have so much to do Brisket -
would stay put If burled in con Trees, and now can tell a longleaf Stew lUe ----g
that can't It done
now we get
crete In the center of that Ranch) from a slash pine etc. But Fresh Green Corn ear'6c ,
without taking on any more. ,
we got the Idea of penning them so tar enjoyed reading "The YearlIng" 57cCANNED
DRY Thinking up new things to do leBuyIt's Banner Sliced Bacon Ib. -
up and practically nailing them u It is written about this
them that's hard.
down.We doing. I region, and the author did a wonderful Large Juicy Lemons, lb. 15c
had planned to bold them I I job of portraying the folks.

:Ready to put away or iron longer, but off to market they Heard an amusing conversation I s Yellow Cooked Picnics Ib. 9 90c
go. They are about 13 weeks old this I' week, over our pasture (cote. Have learned that wearing: a Onions, lb.. . 7C .

and average CO ft. And with Comfort our heifer was passing good strong pair of gloves when ,

them goes their Mammy: Mrs.)I the time of day.with Mrs. Arbuck connecting up the tractor unhook Large Avocados ea. tOe ABMeatWeinersE55Quick
Arbuckle. We hate to let hei le, a sow. ing: implements, etc.. Is a sensible -

laasMler 11 of clothing Comfort: "Well, It nota We It a "sissy" ,,
We can now thoroughly pound year go but she Is too small to breed you're idea. thought

la only. minutes for Just 40 c*.U-N. extra charge with Red, and ao off she goes too. sorry looking sow You look trick and went ahead scraping Calif. Thompson Frozen, Dressed ,Ready-to-Fry ,
as if you have real Piney Woodstock knuckles whenever a wrench slip I 15c

for blfocalac. deelred. Latest arrivals on our farm are In you and eat out of old t'*
Skanky and Scarey two young catsup bottles! gloves are a good idea ;when skinning : ,

Our new DRYING SERVICE takes. only 30 extra rat catchers, presents from our Mrs. A: "A little more respect logs u gum is really a Quick Frozen

I minutes costs only 20 cents!. kin folk In Jacksonville.\ The cats for a Mother please, you lop- smeary mess.. Honeydevs Melons ea.39c Red J
Perch Fillets lb.LIRBY'S ?
are too young yet to start to eared .lat-legged young baboon.I -
I work but we were Impatient to may have some Wood Stock In Another tractor In oar neighbor .

see if they would learn with baby me, but you don't see them ajead- hood. George Smith Is the; proud _

I rats. Bo, we took them both to Ing to India to get any humpbacked owner, but he says he Is not getting CANNED MEATS

Bring Your Laundry TT'he the chicken house, and dug outa hogs to Improve us. First rid of his mule yet. "I knowI

rat nest. Oat popped a baby thing you know, they'll be crt .e- can make It with the mule," he Potted Meat, 5K oz. 15c P.

WASHETERIAQUICK rat. and found shelter UNDER In*' you girla with giraffes trying alp\ We think he will find that Corned k (// /
Beef Hash //
ONE OF THE CATS. "Fine rat to make something out ,of he can make it too with the tractor 35c /

tan" we sneered.! But after !" -and easier TWBHaven't "
you Beef Stew . 39c
THOROUGH ECONOMICAL teasing Skunky with the rat, lie Comfort: "My mother gives been able to decide yet

Ave. -o- Starke. Fla. got the idea and soon the rat enough milk to feed almost the what to plant for market this fall Vienna Sausage 20c '" '
Temple disappeared. Well anyway we're whole farm and she has borne We know that most successful

;l still plugging away at the ratapro&r&m. and I notice yon get out of her I farmers are supposed to know Spaghetti & Meat 23c 300( E. Call St. Starke Fla.

and hope some day that way! and my daddy wu) a pure lone in advance what they Intend ,

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this Mrs.:week T. M. Hutching returned Mr. and Mra. R. A. Newsome Mr and Mrs. William Brtscoe on Ruth Southard' unusual novel. ) t:

time after spending some had as their guests Sunday Mr. of VaUlosta, Ga.. spent last Friday of a woman with only tea month

and visiting relatives in Illinois and Mrs.: H. W. Shipp of Jack- here visiting Mr. ant Mrs. R. A. to: live who shatter conventionby \

Missouri. sonville. Colson. grooming; another woman to 1't'1\

Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Mrs J Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Bakerof Mr and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot take; her place In the affvrtion of

E. Wilson and Mrs. S. E Brown. Jacksonville were guests of spent Sunday In Sanderson visiting her husband and child. The pSc

THE NEWS lee two have returned after spending Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson and Mr Barefoot' brother, \V. F. lure wag directed by Rudolph Dedicated To Community Service _

weeks at the Weeks Cot. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, 'Sr., last Barefoot who la seriously Ill. Mate and produced for Columbia I -Movies Are Bettor Than Ever"
tag on Kingsley Lake Sunday I by Buddy Adler. I I"
: Sue Biggs returned to her

M B. HerlongfionC Mlaa Elaine Edwards and Mr\\ All dress. .straw ham half price Mrs. A. Z.' Adklns has returned, home here Tuesday!" after spending I Saturday, A u K. 3 ONLY I Tuea. & Wed., Aug. 8 & I \

In Wayne-vllle. Mae Edwards apent at Alvarez Store :!( from Norfolk Va.. where she three weeks visiting Mr. and Mr*. Sales Tax RevenueUp
last week In Jacksonville shoppingand Cpl. J. H. GasHett will arrive spent the W. -lOt'1iLE1 FKATVKE ,
past several weeks with L Baggett in Shreveport and ,
T Shul1 and visiting relatives I home this weekend to upend ten her. son-in-law and daughter. Mr. New Orleans La.. and Mr.< "and To ExpectationsDuring

d the weekend All (drew straw hata reduced! days visiting his moth.'r.11'; and Mrs. B. A. Pope and children.Mr. Mrs Gene Griffin and family of the first seven mon III* -- \

bY.. Tampa and 50 percent at Alvarez.: 2ti Pate Gassett.Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Goodwinand Jacksonville.Mr that Florida' new sales tax hai ... a"tLDIfg"LL [
jve ..
Straw hats reduced to half pricciat i and Mrs Julius Martin and son Jimmy recently returned and Mrs. v.'. T,. Catnes. and been In operation, Bradford .... .'

0 Marshall and Alvarez' Sto..... 2tl, daughter of Ft. McCoy spent l lust < to their home In Belle Glade baby daughter. spent last weekend County dealer reported gross (LUO"nt 9'I,

Wlghl returned to their I I Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Bennett and weekend here visiting Mr. and after upending a two weeks vacation Visiting friends at Jacksonville sales of $2.073,933: ;' taxable sales t1AN1 \ i

sandy this week.JM'ndlng Kendall of Palm Beach, I Mrs R p. Young.Mr. here visiting Mrs. Peggy Til- Beach. of $902,083; and net tax paid \ ,

Apalachlcola two weeks hen I.pent last weekend here visiting I and Mrs. Mae Edwards and Icy and Mrs. J. G. Godwin. I Mr and ]Mrs.! V. V. Hazen and $34,684.. i

Mrs Ben ROW Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. J. M.Erownlee. Miss Elaine Edwards are spending Mrs. W. D. Faxon and dang family left Tuesday to spend a "This total for seven month )-
Ir and : a while in the Plotts week at Santa Fe Lake. I
I cottageon ler. Donna Dee, left Sunday for Indicate that our original tall-

E L Matthew Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and daugh.j Kingsley: Lake. Sumter. S. C., where they will I Mrs! Wallace Canon and children mat of 40 million dollar annual ,

j 1 Mrs the weekend ter Jo Ann, and Mrs. A. O. An- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and visit Mrs. Faxon'a son-in-law and Linda. Carol and Frankle yield will prove accurate," Com ,.

hlers spelll W. E. Mid- dreu returned to their home, sons. Holt and Jimmy of Metier daughter. Capt. and Mrs. M. C. I left Wednesday their home In troller C. M. Gay commented,
and 1I1rO. here after Ga.. arrived Sunday to spend the! Ford. Pettaburgh, Pa., after upending
Middle- Monday spending a The Comptroller again thankedthe
1\11.8\ Madge month of a month here Mr"..Car- I
August at the visiting
d three ;weeks vacation in Weeks and I'lim Latest New.. & "Love Tha'r
; Detroit,! Mr. Mrs. F.. F Miles had BF I registered dealer and taxpayers
Keys son's mother. Mrs. Fate Qasaett.
dar on Lake
PuPre and Mich.. Niagara Falls and Southern their guests last week Mrs. lUlu'broth..rInIaw for their patience and corporation Pup" Cartoon
l H. I Mrs. H. Mrs. Chares had as her
,lMr.! A. Bishop Jr., is experted Hardy
j I returned Canada.Mr. and ah.tMr.. hIring early month of ,
Nancy have to return to her home guests Monday her sister, Mr*.
which they and Mrs. Joe Edwards Jr., and Mrs. W. S. Wilder of Miami. the law'a operation.
.. vacation here Friday from the Alachua Carl Motes of Palatka. and two
nnklln N. C. They re- of Homestead visited Mr. Ed County Hospital in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Dean will nieces. Misses\. Billie Lee and During this aarnw period, the Thurs.-& FrU, Aug. 10 & 11CORIME

htCUl weather, with coolhich wards' mother and sister, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Warren rerkin leave Saturday for a three weeks' Yd rah Bryan of Gainesville.. : sales tax collected In the entire

necessitated haying Mae Edwards and Miss Elaine and Miss Joyce Ward returned vacation to be spent with friends Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Oahl and tate totaled $23,062,999 on nearly

time before they left. Edwards this week enroute to this week from a vacation trip and relatives In Cinurtland. N. Y. Mr. and Mr. B. W. Curry, of Jacksonville 2V4 billion dollar of grows bulln -

ked e fine with the excep- the Carolinas where they will through the southwest, They JT. W. Attaway who recently spent the weekend with .*a. i

e peach crop which war spend .a three weeks vacation. On visited Hot Springs, Ark. Carlsbad accepted. a position with U.S. Men- Mr. and<<\ Mrs. Errol Alvarez.: Plus Serial. A Cartoon '

iily destroyed by.the their return they will visit againIn Caverns, N. ,Mex.t the Grand gel Plywood in Orlando, spent Robert Ford of Lakeland and ADDRESSESOF t

of last winter. Starke. ... .-: Canyon Ariz.. and New Orleans the weekend. with his family In Mike Page of Ft. Lauderdale were INTERESTBen Sun. & Mon., Aug./ 6 & 7 t

La. While in Texas they were Starke. Mrs. Attaway and the, guests of John Uglow and Mr. H

the guests of Mrs. Perkins' 'I children will move to Orlando Carrie Ward on Wednesday. and Sunlow, 203 Ft. Washing. !
'soon as their new home Is completed. -i Thursday of last week. ton Ave., N. Y. 32 N. Y. ,I
erg Branch of brother and sister-In-law, Mr. and In about a month. ) H. Q. Burgett, 234 Tlunkett &dS'onN I 111111$
Mrs. J. W. Poppell. I i Mr. and Mr*. N. T. Rltch and No I .lA:5.! : piool

INSUR AN CE Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Slegr reI children Diane and Nelson of St., Hollywood. Fla. iti tuo I
I turned last week from a ten-day Miami are spending two weeks'vacation [
Mrs. J. E. Futch are vacationing vacation spent with friends and EASE PRICKLY HEATand I Ml YETWAKA LYNN
at their I In Starke with Mr. and -.... ,
----- -- cottage at St.
-- Augustine! Beach. While there relatives In Columbus, Ohio and Mrs. Floyd Green and Mrs. 'CarrieRltch. Diaper Rath. FAST! MIstier WWHIL mmSOUMN I DEAN AMftftft eat h1RLfWtS

other point They were accom- lUIUf. tram prickly beat und. .thr mlnnr CURLY UNDfORJIjttiM I r .1*SAllE WIlSON o. IRMA ,
they have aa their guests Dr. and I .. ,
kin Irritation f* l hut vu U.siediceted
IwALLtAGENCYPLEASE panied by their daughter, Pat,, Miss Ruth Tomey and mother com ... .. I
Mrs. M. C. Stith. Jim Stlth I. Miss LYOO-HO-iiou Now far
r __ .
\ who had spent the past month. visiting have. returned to Starke from *ll minor kn) irritmioni. Sold with TT. -
Sandy Stith and Mr. and Mrs. in Columbus. mnneir.bark vuir..._. .t *U lniKtUU, N..". & ".Uo..h.1ft1.. .- Ansi "Jib to Topsail" Short! *
Chicago so Miss Tomev can finish J
PHONE 146 t Va.Eulon Reeves all of Falls Church Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniel of her senior year In BUS. They I :Ts .] aid)'" Sport Short II I "Silly' 11111 11I11.," Cartoon

Sarasota were visiting relatives at the
have taken an apartment -- -- -- -- -- ----
COllstallt Service Over 50 Years Hollywood Complete photographic erIre..||I and looking after property interpats home of Mrs... Errol Alvarel.r V .- -I_
Camera A Gift Shi
>poppimlte I here last week.Mr. ;> and Mrs. T. O. Hitch are
Florida Theatre Ph. :2IW:
and Mrs. James Lewis and week's vacation In Ash-
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Young recently -' spending a SIOAT DENMARK'S AND SAVKl VISIT US!
children left Wednesday for ariait
vllle. NC.Homer.
visited Mrs. I!I'
Young's i
with Mr. Lewis's brother-ln-
mother Mrs. S. R. Love in Ocaln.
-i ilaw and sister Mr. and Mr*. Carlos r.-
Mrs. J. L. Anderson and Mike C. Boyer
\) STOKE( Shank in Roanoke Va.
Anderson left Monday afternoon THAYER CRIBS "
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nemethand Retired Engineer
PHONE' 1 l daughter, Roseann, are at
will visit Mrs. Anderson's Dies At Home HereHomer t
sister the home of Mrs. Nemeth's mother. MATTRESS
State Roads 100 & 200 : AND NEVER-WET
Mrs. C, A. Bauer for several davs ..;
Mrs. L. H. Edwards, near Hell-I
STARKE. FLORIDA | enroute to Charleston, S. C., Cecil Boyer, 65, a resident ,
bronn Springs. Mr. Nemeth recently Starke for the two Choice of Maple or lllonde
where they will visit Mrs. R. of .past
OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M. A.I sold his cattle ranch near 1'
Harley for two weeks. years died suddenly at hi* home .
9 5
Archer and Is considering: going ..uu.' aCV
Mrs. Edwin Marshall and dAugh. on the Raiford road Friday night, .;
ter Delorea of Into the cattle business In Brad I I July 28. He had bean In declining ruicK I'I
Pure Tires Tubes Batteries Anthony spent ford County If he can find a suita.1 lime. .. ? ) xx f'
health for some ..
Wednesday here AS guests, of Mr.I 1 ,. J
And Accessories and Mrs. 'F. J. Shaw and family. ble location of about 200 acres.1 1|r Mr Boyer was born In Creamery .T.... !SIZE' KTIIRUV CONSTRI'CmOXrOMI'IJlTK: ) I

Mrs. Peggy Tlllev and' her, At the present time Mrs. Edwards Went Virginia on January 6. 1883 .. .

guests. Mr. and Mrs. VV. C. Sinks, Is visiting relatives* In Crab Or-i I I A retired locomotive engineer, he .

and Mr. and Mrs. Thermon ( chard. Ky. j I had been associated with the' ,
Let u, SIL-I-KLEEN your car Flip- Little Miss Gunga Patel Is
Ohio Railroad for
pin of Nanhvllle Chesapeake &: PLAY PENS :
by the Silicone The TuesdayIn spending this week visiting her ..
new process new Daytona Beach. many years. Sine coming to 95 t
to lasting car beauty. $7.50 brother-in-law and slater Mr. andMt'II. Starke he had been engaged inestablishing '
Leonard F. Jr. .
Smith who recently Merton Galloway at their lluy line> for your rhllil. ('hll8 .
herd of UP
a purebred
I WATERPROOF A Corrosion ResistantLASSIFIED resigned as a ranger with home In Palatka. lren like the mm. ,(
the Commission Brahma cattle and was the owner I
Georgia Forestry Mr; and Mrs. J. had ,
,, E. Hardy 4 f
Brahma twins
stationed in Lumpkin. Ga.. of the only pair Chairs
assumed See Our Thayer IHjh .
their last weekend Mr. I
aa guests In'' this of the f
his duties in the part country.I II
same capacity '
--- Hardy's parents Mr. and Mrs.> I
with the! Florida service I I i was a member of the Stark
Forestry I
iO. W. Barry of Brooker.
Baptist Church, the Brotherhoodof '
on August 1. Mr. Smith Is stationed
in Clav County and he And Mrs Mrs. A. H. Hall and children and Locomotive Firemen and EnRlneers DO YOU NEED A STOVE?
-- () Miss Jo Ann Sorrells all of Jacksonvllle -'1 1
---------- and the Moose lodge.
-- ;
Smith and their :young son will ,

lnl>m.> brill wt. 1030 Ibn.irkrc SINOEH SEWING MACHINE ] KrandfM E with; I 402 N. Marion. fit, Lake city Fl.. Mr. and Mra. Wm. More Mis Mrs. J. E. Hardy on Friday of Mabel Lilly Boyer of Starke; Table Top Nesco Range
04"1"I '211 for T.tOTflrmIjnn. for NEW and USED Singer 8w4na last werk. three daughters Mrs. W B. Ra-
$..hn "Whlt'h. < Machln.. HvsHnnablH month Sylvia Morse and Richard Morse
1183, Lake Piul.r. -4tp-.alt{i i"L ly larmii and np.clal.. Quarterly! will leave Saturday for a month's Mrs. W. G. Godwin of Gainesville make of Narrows Va., Mr. J.
H Semi-Annual l and Annual terninlor spent several days here this P. Stone and Mrs. C. A. Bowling, 50
T* A SERVICE!".' rarmrm, Com In to nv* u. motor trip through the West. They week visiting her mother, Mrs. SALE lie\ MUftI To 8e.
t.ll... .rrrlr.. ...... !"";*. or phone ItO or writ' u. or fra .. will use a new house!" trailer that 'II I both of Pearisburg, Va.; his mother 139 I
rr Klrrtrl ..rvI.-.. tf I I .mon.tratlon. In your home. Mr. Morse has just completed.The Bertha Pearce. ; Mr*. Rosa DeHart Boyer; two I'RICE Thin New RaalC.l : t
It Mr. and Mra. I. H. Hazen of
I brother, W. R. Boyer of Spokane
iA.ftF.P"'REDt : Morses plan to visit Yosemite .
"ik.. All 81....... I Ito FOR PREP!) TELEVISION IN VOfR and National Parka In Jacksonville spent Saturday here. Wash and Carl Boyer of f
.k...... ......t_. HO.VIB PHONE i18! Cha. C. Sequoia I visiting Mr. Hazen'a brother-in- Mahan, W. Va.; four sisters Mr*. .
". California, Crater Lake National
C. SHKPHKHttHtdlxm. Khrpherd Radfc.n, Scat Cov.m, 44
I . ..Pb.HAfLINO _. 4 c '4'. V. Stark. tf Park in Oregon and Glacier Nat law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. B. Smith of Creamery, W. Va., '
ional Park In Montana. They will E. McKinney. Mr. Louis Sander of Berkley. We have many bargains we are not adverting 1 :

of any kindly I IJ Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw left W. Va., Mr. Bernard Wilds of
J Jxcktion Jnckccm Trana- CARPENTERS also visit friend In Cornell 111. ing! Visit UH and see!
, Ph When Wednesday for Jacksonville where Lapier, Mich and Mrs. Bird Braggof ',I
165 or 49-W ttIMKD you want It builtor During their absence Crescent'
I they will make their home.
Norfolk. Va. IU
repaired Court will remain under the
R-t see us. open.
'01 H4IMOS. Miss Elizabeth Joiner of Atlanta Funeral services were held In
care of Mrs. Anna Jam s, former
O.PHooRApHC."' .. -0-- -
Ga.. this week here
spent visitingher
% I the Central Baptist Church at
I HIEis.: G..r.I..di superintendent of nurse at the
RLF.8 C SHEPHERD Every Kind of Building brother-in-law and sister, Mr '
Hinton W. Va.. Tuesday, August
I* JUdifon St.., fltarke Wood Cement Blocks North Mr. and Florida Mrs.Clinic.O. S. Newcomb and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng.Mrs. 1,. with Rev. H. P. Hadoney and p.mark Furniture Co.PHONE (

: :-YOUU] or Concrete. All Work had a* their guest last weekend Pate Gassett, Coolidge Gas- Rev. C. E. Walker of Beckley, W. !
,f-L TIMBER sett and Frankle Hoover spent
guaranteed.J. Va. officiating. Interment wai
Mr*. Newcomb' mother, Mr*. H 8TARKE. FLA.
NOW week visiting. friends in Ozark in the family plot In GreenbrietBurial
P. Moye, of Orlando, and her I
;it Cash Prices Paid D. Ricks &: Sons brother Sgt. Charles Moye'who ,JUa.l Park. DeWItt C. Jones \

INQUIRE Friends will be glad to hear wa In charge of local arrangement 1y I
I had Just completed a 20-day fur. ..
I.L BUY IN BULK I 506 ST. CLAIR ST. lough at home after graduating that Miss. June Patel has returnedto *. .' I ICARItENTEU'S

OR I IN UNIT Rt. 1 Box lat her Job with" Humphreys Gold \
or 267 Starke Chanute Field Rantoul HI,
I Corp. after having been in for the
.I I as a specialist on a C-34. Sgt. week. Unusual Drama CARPENTER'S: CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S:
DWIN W. PECK HOl'WK: PAINT1.VU don to fit your I.I :Move left Jackronvllle Sunday for past
John pur... -Fr.. *ntlmatei) liy a.... "'MI. W R. Alexander had asher Coming To Florida
Calif.. where
W. Turner Pittsburgh, he will
Experienced and with equipment. guests Sunday her son-in-law I
p. 0. Box .Albert III. embark for duty In the Far Eajrt.Mr I $
463 Martin. Rt. 1, Box Snllavan. Wendell
and daughter Mr. and Mr. C. C Margaret
Stark t--S,HNOTICE I
*. Moye left tills week for Macon STATIONERY SPECIAL
Gainesville Fla. I i Stanton and children, Peggy and Corey and Vlveca Lindfors" are
: Anybody havIng cow. for Ga., where she will visit relative James of Hasting. starred In Columbia Pictures' "No J
;; *al* contact Ovid' L-wl. 121 KOth before returning to her "
ie a post card and I St. or J. 0'% Stockton Mrs. Bertha Pearce will leave Sad Song For Ve. Sunday and

iU l tame see yon: St., Ph. :::8rt"ja'; .. t' home In Orlando.Mr. Saturday by plane from Jacksonville Monday at the Florida Theatre. Regular $1.50 & $2.00 Boxes 2 For I

and Mr*. O. J. McGriff.J. for Clearmont Calif.. where Featured In the film are Natalie _

IT. .Mod.rn turn. $-rm A TILEW ... of Gainesville spent Sunday she will visit her son-in-law anti Wood. John Mclntlrt Ann Doran
oi'd porch her visiting Mr. and Mra1. G. ..1.McGrtff .
apt. All : Howard Koch
' Richard
Mr. and Mr C. L. HIll. and Quine.
Hioililoilera. T daughter *
Mr J. I
"". 114. W MoOl.on. ItJ Install ..;klB:;;of til. !. .'ld I I Sr. for several week penned the screen play based upIr WEKKRNR

. ..' ..w .(r......... Mr. and Mrs. J. L Anderson, -
!: --
1sby crib In .ood con- Sr., had their Sunday -'.:::= .I FOUNTAIN SPECIAL .
u guest :
115.rh Thuma. E. LwIM. 11th Hard Tile for .h.th.*. ft kltrhen their son and daugjhter-ln-law i :::: r- ---- ..... YESTISSUES GULF
Up I.' ArawtroBK Resllent Tile for One of Our Super '
! ': Mr. and Mr. J. L. Anderson, Jr., ...,..''''...",..........-...,...PIIMW..Wm.IIIIII I II
"with""!lilng"'. m**'". fIt floor nch a. Asphalt Tile. of Gainesville.Mr. j I HOT DOGSwith r
&II 4,"'11 htu.". *rm.. .too" "I' Cork Til!.. Linoleum Tile & and Mr. H. G. Hogan sad I Potato Naiad Iced TAEROSOL

' fur hn.", ....w.. Th. Yard. Good. Rug, etc.AIM E Miller and''
' I ml M>. and Mr* O. Finish I 1

: *. acre. farm with l-rm. Call n* for FREE ESTIMATES. exhibition at Cypress Garden 400 Single Sheets 50c

brn. h"""..u.., >mok.- Sunday.H. I.I I. .. BOMBS
tool.''kflg.' Suay ....*. J. Lyitt left last week to I
I, 0000 ft. tlmb.r. For JUDD TILE CO. week. vacation In I \
O.o. W. Ch..hUr. It vtA. M. .. "..... spend a two I I 0.n you wh and Iron for Four family for M little a4 Z.7S perwerkT 31c
Atlanta Ga.
... :,ia-j stack.IIOVCEWIVEII :
TO Mr. and Mr*. H. G. Hogan returned $1.15
Bty: : I ,
II 5Itrke or rm Save lt..7. mm.* klkr Wednesday of last 9
or .Icholt,. ReaWille '..11,'. S..ltS aelaC, ..r on ,. .f YASCII.Y FPCI5flI I
tlelraph b01l B. rs4ford pwee.TARKB JEHUBV U .IHV .a".t...- week after spending a two week, I .0.....'......'...t.t.. 5aadW... .I..t d sad...seveal. .........t..I.Ih. svmC .... p.e ...... ..aI .
Ito piNed milk. r..... ...11,.. *, pH vacation visiting relative tn ....... eSaC ........ .. I... ..._ .f ,.-. fellV. .... .... ,
e*..rohm U t. ......_ t. ,..... .._.. "0.- .f3.7N.._. 0'.5 .......... pee ........ ......... PC par .... .0 pe.. wee.I .-
'" A..,. booed, ....,,"- ...laedIlk :22. .". Sip PS,211FOR Birmingham Ala. .......- S. .... .. .-. flat ....... awe. eset 5. -..... "WelaSI
Inn. Pia. 11. I' F. D. Key of Palatka, I I. relieving aad per...1... ... ... ...... ... uw aeIItaC f.. swap. 2. All I
TO HALE: Orchard iprayr. pout tot a de'.a Cr a ............. .......... .... rot....... .. vu. p.04, t. U. Listerine Tooth value
Leon.rd Bt'"Y, "i gaL syrup hoi* dlcr, hovl. ..k., ax*,. 314 Manager H. J. Lyilt I riotS. r.-fellt....... y... ........ ..I...... .FC ....... .. tit. ....__.t.. .... Paste (90c ) ONLY 59cProPhyLacTic
Orlt,... .eDlYal In. w'lee' hand plow wooden toll; week. at the local A F aNd 'oo... .. epeelal .......... 'There .. so ......u I.. ..... '
"trk., fla Itp eh..t., l-barnr oil hatrl, ,...Id.I. two latter vacation p.rt.......... f..aed.. .t.ii ........ ....... ,... ........ ... .. see ..... we ... II Tooth Brushes 3 for :
LE. MapI.1 In baby stroller. Jam.. N. Walker tore while t ,...,. ........ ... pa. all ..._...... ....- 59c
thair., lnln. room Raiford. blchwajr at llth st Recent guest of Mr. and Mrs I I II

A'.iI.ble. end table AUIr.*. ChillS)4,.. ItO R. F. Young were Mr. J. M. y... ......O? sad .dry. ........ ..rrt_ er. .... ..... .e. tT .., \\1
Ati&g,.. .., Ala., Ray Our service ia unexcelled I
w'a.ette ,fOB BALE: 100 acre farm with Hester of Florence. FINISH SERVICECall I prescription anywhere; Our reg-
-.---- UpJ room boa*. HI ft. w.lI. with .11eOnv.ni.nce. Alan Danby of Jacksonville I FAMILY
: : ------ .. Be* or writ J."

:::Ilp..I.n'd:, Store. uooe mal.psy.Ie..k. for Lewis, ft. I, box 1I$. St.rk up* 1.11 Beach. and. Mi. June Jartinf *"-J &*d salt tow our rout iuUr_. to call o* you r for ,,.. ___ tstered pharmacists are ready to serve you day or night
Oll.Wit. JofcCoy.1ofr. \

.J:: QUC.kI.1. bo. 545. It LOflT Billfold containing Id.nt'- Ft. .. J. F. Robb and children: pick up awl delivery ,rrvlce.I I e :-_ wiTh the freshest of drugs compounded exactly to your doc t ttor'
'_ 5 ....k. old. Tho Mus'kg Pen9 -- flcatlon ap.r> and a few ch.Ck of Columbia S. C., and Mr. and I I II
.. .... I mL -no eorrency. Reward for return Prather and daughter -
III of
R. t.
11fft.... ilL Ito'er. to H. B. Tucker, box 4J7 StarkTAB1TKD .- Mrs La., have returned prescription at minimum prices.CARPENTER'S.
of Jennings.

tIuo.: HflIHIO. '-roo""" mo4. to their homes after visitIng Cleaners & Laundry I
Ilk. IIt..e. J\.tInt.13O : CHICK; $pfVi'oIJlO,, Gill here durIng the I Starke
Apply Mrs. Fay
Cent.r 8t.Itp New H.mp.hlr 'IJ.SZioo:::: J:
!! ,
5"llno July.
fMrr d Rork. ---- month of IitbPheas
.E VThlt. Bocks .- Edwards of Jonl*). \lrtlmlm 4.
F : t-b."r....'" "liA ......... B. t. B.... -- JJJSrJio' Jolr. and III?,. Joe I
---- O4 Edwards Florida
P'm..nt 114 It. 1ommy E..Ii.h Who L.ghorna. 11 50.i Homestead yatted Mr. 284 Fre lick t'P rUve'7 ,

!....an I.r..u. Be. It 1"-OY'lIln..t.n.flam.a----._ U C01O0iV. olO0 mother, Mrs. Mae Edwards last I _: _. The Store Where Yvu See Your Prescription Filled "

'111tJ'IT.St. 0 I-I'm.. A. lIatll. n".fI... Appr.v.d.Cnrnieh G..r.at'- ...,.T.... d'i LIT'A week enroute to Texas where tQ r-----=J -_ .---1 Ea -.1 _-' !1 1j
,,.. "'n. Contact Ma. Grew-Free D.iJve'rV C I _vera I week* -
.,WI.Pd.. lao .t Rootll Or_ 11.11: :,,,.,,.... T"RKE.Y.FIPIW will spend

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I'I. ..... OFFICIAL, SEAL A. J. ThomaaAa ; Mary Rllaabatb Hill whoa residence Witness
oneness of Faith and service on rirrnlt Cearl fer Ceemtr, aeeka divorce lradford County ( ) my hand
e I Klorlilel la .10.......,.. Telegraph ahall. publish thla OrderIn I I Clerk of aald Court. ia unknown: at Starke' Florida. ann '11I01.I
behalf of our Lord Jesus Christ. Herman .'ebl..., Plaintiff, va. Eetra.lla next four weekly. I lanuea.Wltnea By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk You are required to serve your an,. (OFFICIAL !SEAL' )thlJul)' 10.I I nil"''I
in all the nation to K. Feblea, Defendant Can No my hand and official, sent 7121 4t- 8111| war or other pleadings; on Ansuet A. Clerk A told :;
Help us NIL at Htarke, Florida this July 19. 1050. I 15, I960 In the above named Court By of C-;
t [ become more truly united In Order ..f Pnhllretloe mm* Xetle' to IUFFICIAIAs Clerk. A. J. Thomas'' In rirrmlt <...:>. ;;;.. .... Ce.atr. and] caUKe wherein" Plaintiff seeks Ralph' L. Thom.b X"y"II", ?' ;
meaningful repentance and endearing I I A...._.. MTATR OK FLORIDA tail I of ..M Court. Florida !. (..kaneerr.Knal divorce. Bradford County Telearaphahall Florida, 'tHellAi" ; .
IKnlrella' H. Fehlea, who. realdenceIn fly Myrtle T. Heaver, Deputy ClerkT. Helvl Lopez. Plaintiff ".. publish thl Order In next Atty for Pit.
obedience to Ixindrurn, Starke, FloridaAttya. I I ; It
Thy com 1925 Amter fam Avenue New Frank Francisco Altannlrano Uefendent four weekly luauen.Wltnc I tl I 11
Lopes I
York, N. T.: for Plf. 721| 4t. 1/11| .. and of""lal..1
mand of love. Cause all Thy I I I Cane No. 799H. my hand .
I I You are required to appear onAugO.l i i Order Of PnklleatlfMt A aid Nellee. ToAppear. t HBurke Florida, this July 8, 1950. Fie c; dfurd..
o/r people to grow more united In 21, Jyfto, In the above namedCourt In rirenK ConM. Bradford ...t,1 OK FLORIDA TOIFranclaco (OFFICIAL ,) A. J. Thomaa, Idsl 1. 'bas.er heiq, ,
Jlura irweas ( sacrificial care for the needy inspirit and fauna, wherein plaintiff flerldal In fkanrrrr.Rrnemlne ,I .1'I;: Lopes, whoaeresidence Clerk of said Court. $Ralph 1 ok'v: Plattitir,
tenhen.on ;
I :
seeks divorce. Bradford County Tel
A' By Haven Crosby D. C. lid QanA'Hr,
M ICthrlcla-e, Plaintiff va.Krnent I II and axldreaa la Unknown:: ; ;
DOWCA. NEBR.1Skerrin and in body. ,I earraph shell publlah this Order !In ,I You on George L. patten, P. O. Box 404.Starke 1992.
next four weekly leHuea. 'I M. Klhrldge Defendant. are "required to appear Order Of ..
And we beseech Thee to help. Cuae No. 8001< I!I August II. 1960. In the above named. Florida Attorney for Plain Pnkllatl.i "? ..
WltneKa my hand and official meal 8't AT iJ ""
I to the love home and been ef I'uhllrallofi 4eJ p vlnrtlngr ao my nave U8 so to grow In devoted Christ-,, at OFFSCiAI.Htarke Florida, thlB July 21, 1000., Ordar artTH OP FLORIDA TO. aeeka. divorce and restoration of Weld ocetrndenson Nut;:;tlklb'a, eye' i i i
HKAl. A. J. Thomaa
Mate of my birth. I m'* familiar so gloriously happy for so many like oneness, that among the several 'I ( Aa Clerk) of maid Court.Rr.1ii'.tI.1.t Krnext M. KthrldRS, whose residence maiden name. Bradford County In flrevlt Court. Bradford) C...ty, ton Road ", I
nlfht and my son and family year: that I am aa my neighbor tributaries of the river that Deaver, Deputy Clnrk. and adilroea; la: Jtt. 1, llox: 1.1.1, Oull-l ', Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Kl..rldaii In (.10......,.. You are .., nn.zt1, "lie:
Ha' :: Cth Floor.. Clark; la, Georgia next four weekly iKMiea.WltiMNa Lillian C. Lee, Plaintiff, va. Angus Aug uat 14. 1950tIn, ,i If'' utitprO"
I moe more. named: "home body. I th ? to
a la Christian Faith there shall be Hulldlnar. Jackaonvllle,, Florida You are required to appear on my hand and official Deal Lee Defendant Caee No. 7904.Order Court and "
[ Wasn't It pleasant, oh, brother of Whoopee! more perfect understanding, anda Ally,, for Pit 7-Z8 4t ,-.!( AiiiruHt II I. H60, In the above named at Xtarke. Florida, this July 11 Thomas 1910OFFICIAL ,; Of P....llatl..a And) N.tlr. T. seeks divorce.cause Bradford v.h .I', pii.a!
''' Court and cause', wherein plaintiff: Im..ld..n ) SEALSet A. J. A........ STATK OP FI.OHIH TOi etfraph'ahall tmr7 l.
mine I am upstairs In the home of greater measure of mutual sacs I. (-lrf.lt In those old days of the lout tun- my daughter-in-law'* aloter. It: rlflce, until the Churches of Thy In ('baerry.I'hlllle .. itAme. Hradford County By Haven Crosby, Building Clerkitay la unknown Witness my hand
.. telegraph' shall publish' Orderin ridden, gelilen Daytona and '!
Aaron, Plaintiff, Vernon ; .I. You are required to appear on at Starke. Florida, f6rhlsnl,
: '
ahlne of youth la a lovely home of 12 rooms the I Kingdom 'nn earth shall become Aaron Defendant. (..... No. 79S4.Order next four. eeeklv lanuea.Wltneea Heach. Florida. August 14, 1950 In the above named (OFFICIAL SEAL)this r: 10.nil
way I count them. It la out In In full consciousness the one body of P.blleslaad Notle* .. my hand and official.aeal Attya. for Plf. 7121 41 t 8111MOTICK Court' and cause, wherein I plaintiff I Ichlldr..n. A.. A .
When Saturday' chorea were ...... nt Htarke, Florida, this : Clerk of geld Coos.
.. and
I I I I A. MTATH OK KI.OHIUA < seeks divorce' custody of minor
Cro.by. ,
through the country and ia named of Jesus Christ our Lord. AMEN. Vernon Aaron whoaa realdenu laChlraao "n. 1160OFFICIAL.. JUlY// TO CHKnlTOHR Pradford aunty Telegraph iiy SHaveneMenMelden. i "I/ Cprt.
"Brooklawn Farm. It is a I can hear roosters crowing.The Illlnola: ( I! A' ) A. J., All Deraona havlnaclalmn or demand shall publish (thla Order-In tone 1I..h. Florida. uIIAInb
Aa Clerk of said Court
And Sunday's wood In the kitchen You' are required to appear onAtiKUHt *-ag-alnnt the estate of P. AJohanion next four weekly. Uauea. A Ity, for Pit. -
and son's I
beautiful new .,
place my country Is peaceful. The SI, I960. In the above" named Iv Myrtle T Heaver.281.06 Deputy Clerkfhorlc deceased, are hereby notified It iI
too ranch type house is across the change In the altitude has made Court and cauee, wherein" plaintiffveeka T.lfe Illrtic.- rt. Hess Jnckaonvllle. Guaranty Florida.Allyn and required to file theirrlalrna I -
And we went visiting:, me and dlvorre. Bradford County Tel In the office of the County.II
aU live
road. They good- me feel weak and I shall be glad for Plf. Till 4t 8111
this Order In '.... Judge of Bradford County, Florida, I
Pf'.u"rhe'k': In ( .11 Inset Bradford Cammtr.Vtorldai
you an abundance of everything. I I to get home. I start back next next tames.Wltnea. In (.10......... In the County; Court Houne atStarke. FOR YOUR
Out to old Aunt Mary's.James shall return home happier with a Friday morning July 28. |[ at my hand and official seal, Almeta Andrewa O'Quln. Plaintiff Florida. within eight calendar REQUIREMENTS
Whltcomb Riley. tense of well being for myaelf Here Is a thought. We cannot ((r F''xac.jAosiI't.h! ) \ A.July J. Thomas.6..19BO, ".. Robert No 00Order .T. O'Quln Defendent. first publication months from of this the notice date, or of
I home In the state cir ( Aa Clerk of said Court. Cane the same will become void accord- It Pays To Trade With
Again am and that my son ia in good for see what the morrow will be, Try Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk. Slade I
Ins: to law. Thin July 16 1960.
of my birth. Don took me to cumstances. but today ia ours and today is II. 0. Brown, Htarke, Florida Of Pnbllrallon And otlre T. lal I ) Loyrea Hartmann
'| t>ear. lI'r'TH OK Kl.Olllllt TOIRobert
Sioux City on Wednesday mornIng : A soft breeze rustles the leavesof our loss if we merely wait for Ally for Plf. 7-2S 4t SlHIn J. O'Quln, whose raaldencela / Rxecutrlx of the Last Will' and PROPANE G'1S
TeKtment of P. A. Johanaon, deceaeed. -
The day before It had rained the peach and apple trees In something to turn up. Ve' can ('.....1. Tonrt, Bradford Duly, You Unknown are required. to appear on 7:21-: 4t. 1)11) GAS V ApplianceSLADE
hard and was dark. I took Digger the orchard juat outside the not understand the mysteries-of Florida In tbanerrr. C Auirtlet 21, I960 In the above named. -
Doris Halley "'Plaintiff v Albert Court and rat,"., wherein. plaintiff !. Clrcol Cost, Bradford Couaty, -
over to the neighbors and bid life and Inconsistencies of llfe'but ..
yard fence. A lovely sun shinvs U Halley Defendant. Ca e No. 8001. seeks divorce and restoration of Klorldat In Chancery.
him "goodbye. He made a aad ,flown and between the house we can accept life-bear Its Order .f Fuhllr.llon. and N..t'". to maiden name Bradford County Oeorge Hill plHlntlff ".. Mary T"lUnt.eth GAS COMPANY Inc
Apee.r..TATN. OF KI.OHIUA lotAlbert Telegraph shell publish this' OrderIn Hill Defendant. Case No. ,
weeping aound as I walked trouble If
away and share its
and the road a stream flows fed IA Bailey whose reKldencaand next four weekly Ineueti.WltnM 7999.
which cut to my heart. But soon by a spring. Lovely lawns we share each other's joys and address. .In Twin Falla. Idaho my hand and official' Order of Peikllratlen. and X...lceServe <. E. Call St. Starke. Fla.
You are required to ..... .
appear ,
seal at Htarke Florid. this July A. r Other PleaillnaTM.
In the bustle of leaving home I stretch from the house down to sorrows we can discover It la a August 29, U60. In the above named. ID, 1950 NTATK OP FLOIIln TOi

forgot. The train ride :wee pleas the road. My son has a power pretty good old world after' all. Heeka Court and divorce reuse, custody, wherein and plaintiff control --

ant. It was a fast train. I cutter and keeps It all mowedHe When I desire to have a word of minor child and support for said -- -- ---- -== =
chanced In Chicago In the night. also/ keeps his cows over here Alone with God I can be heard child Bradford County Telegraph :::
My daughter-in-law and two children and has a milking machine andI Without a single uttered .word weekly shall publish laMUea.. this Order In next four II III

came to get me. I had to have watched him milk. My or phrase I 'Vlln..... my hand and official seal ,II'I
at Stark, Florida thin July 27. IK BO. I
wait awhile as I gave her the son and I have had some good If' my own heart within me (OFFICIAL. SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas, ''I J

wrong train schedule. talks. H. Is wise for his years prays- Py Myrtle T.Aa Deaver.Clerk of said Cour I
I have been to Muncie, Sulphur and showed me his souvenirs Today I bought a picture of the H. Spring; and Middleton. Tomorrow from Korea, Japan and China.: Lords Supper. It will be nice Atty forI'lf., 7-28 4t 5-5 ST4 Iii

we go to the picnic and re He was also. In the invasion of the to hang In the family room._ I In ')'... Clrrnlt. -Court In And For
union where all my relatives and Philippines and Borneo He haP! shall carry It home. Hradronl ( ....t,., Flwrldal .. ('hnn.eerr .
people who knew and want All C'...e Ne. Idle. ::1
I do
five battle star*. We had a lot hope you Leonard A. Hall Plaintiff, va. I>. O. j
to see me will be. I shall take of fun talking over our life In have been aa happy aa I sharing I'ennell, et al, defendanta. II I I

my kodak and I hope to get. some service during war 2. I never my vacation. Whoopee! The: Order A.......of. Pnbllentlun male. of and Florida.Notice tit to II
nice colored and plain finish pictures saw him In uniform. Yes, we train went "Chew-chew-chew." D. o. penned. and Toni) Pennell. hla I

I will go home with my have had wonderful times talk Love LURA.HEILBRONN Avenue wife,' whoae S. K.,residence(Canton. Ohio I I" tiO: label
edsteq the eldest one,"who lives ing./: You are hereby notified that a II
not too tar I dull has been instituted In the above
come HELPFUL HINTS! Medium named Court and .. ..
.au. by the
back here HOME
Tuesday for my birthday size sea shells picked up from the hova named plaintiff against n. O. & MarketS I

from. everyday It U a wonderful change shore after being washed andboiled Pennell C. C.and Pennell his wife and his Toni wife Penn.1Iand Rial OWNED \JLl I(ocery FLORI: 4
work but I have make 'good Individual salt Pennell. a. defendanta. for fore.closure .
already been a bit homesick and of an equitable lien In favor
dishes. Mix: lemon juice with The Hellbronn Home DPmonatra- of plaintiff first
missed aa a lien over the
Don and Digger dog. I water and freeze In the Ice cube tlon Club had a delightful family followln prouertv, situate In Brad

tray. Nice to put In Ice tea. picnic Thursday afternoon at ford Be-rin County 469, feet Florida. eolith. to-wltl of northeast SPECIAL, FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, AUK. 5, 1950The I
Try putting aluminum foil under Hampton Beach with 28 attending. corner of NFA. of HK% of See. 24.
l Twp. 7 8, H 21 K., thence
run South
PHONE 218 your Ironing board pad._ Makes Everyone went swimming and 42IH4 feet. thence run Weal to right We Reserve
your Ironing! go faster boat riding: after which a picnic' of way of State toad 200 thence. Right To Limit Quantity-Corner Call and Cherry Streets6BOT. !

COLONIALFLORIST I CLAY HILL Sorry to hear of supper was spread on the grounds. run way of northeasterly Htate Itoad 200 along for; 426U right f..I..of
I the passing away of Nelson Prescott Some of the ladles Irish and chicken thencoriin I Kn.t to point of beginning II
.' I knew his wife and children on the grounds using oak limb I...., containing 19 acre more or

so well. Also his (liters. for the fire which gave the food or In the alternative that It be ''I
They have my sympathy a delicious flavor, decreed r,. O.by I'ennell the. Court acquired that and defendant holila- ii iia'

-' Thanks to Rev. Leslie Shepherdfor Those enjoying the refreshing: title to ...lel landa aa a truftee un CTN. FOR c !

*""" I a prayer for Unity. He Is outing were Mr. and Mrs. Ancll der half a of reHiiltlnatruBt plaintiff. for and In pa- III

F LOW EnS Chaplain.-at! the State Prison at Norman and children; Mr. and I You and each. of you are hereby. CocaRAYO -Cola

FOR ALL OCCASIONS Hanoi,' r'.jrlda.:; It la a good, Mrs. Leroy Norman and children; I and renulred canny to on 'Tr.al'28' ,said 1DOO Court, and i', LI3IIT:\ TWO a'

prayer, : Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Norman; Mr. to defenee then Nerve your answer or other. I III
on plaintiff's attorney an re.
PRAYER FOR- UNITY and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and chile I quired .I by law. otherwise the allt I I ( ", Drp.or Exch." ). II
Almighty Cod Father of us allwho dren; Mr. and Mrs. Luther GUI-l gallons: 'fa the Bill of Complaint will I !, '
acknowledge Thee;, Who yard and Miss Ruth Brown of he taken County nonfeKNed Telegraph hv vou.shall The1rlradforil I':1

(j) dlds't prayed hea'r that they Thy Son all might when He bone Orange City; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie weekly publlxh. I this t.anes.Wltneen order. !In its next four I'I' [I::1:114

Con and childrenf Mian- ,Rosa my hand. and the seal of1
:;_ and hast Instructed us !in Moore; and Miss Dorothy Rosa. Mid, Cour' at Htarke. Florida, this I
DISH JJtH day of July A D. 19M IN CARTON
GARDENS Thy Holy Word that there Is one '
Lord, one Faith one Baptism INFANT; DKNIIAM; Aa Clerk of aid' Circuit Court! C I
POTTERY: help us, we beseech Thee humblyto Richard Lee Dcnham infantdaughter Attorney Mollla.. V.for Knight Plalntlffa.Htarke.. 7128 Florida.1 4t 111In I STARCE Iqt. Cool Aid 6for25 :

POTTED PLANTS learn Thy will as we seek to of Mr. and Mrs. RichardC. 'I
I c.O..fo..d:
preserve a unity of Thy Spirit in Denham of Starke died in a Florida Circuit I In ('h.......,.. ('o..t.1 1'1
FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE the bond of peace. Jacksonville hospital Sunday Margaret W. Flower, Plaintiff: va. .

We aak Thee to guide by Thy morning. Funeral services were! Order JohriVallace Of Pebll.allo..4.d I Flowers lefendent."....... To: FLIT I
Spirit of 'Truth the leaders of thechurches held at the graveside In Dyal Cemetery -1;' A....... aTATH OK FLOKlUt TOi
Nona St Stark '< that they may faith- Tuesday afternoon with De- John Wallace Flow..... whoae real ,

fully help Thy people to achieve, Witt C. Jones In charge of ar I denco Yuo and are address required.la to Unknown appear: on | SPRAY pt.15c SPRAY Y qt.39c

-. ...L.-- .- throughout the '/world a greater rangements. I Court August and 21, 11)50 cause) In wherein the above plaintiff named. Iii IiiI


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AUG 4- 1950


day cancelled night with Pat Arnold was i Christian Church i day for her homo in Ft Myers I! Tatuit Mrs. Roberts- remained I
telegram because of after visiting her ulster, Mrs. L.J i In Deland for a longer visit with
the :
sudden death of a fellow The Rev Homer Swindall H Hill for several days. her father III AFVARF7' STORE '
worker. However the congregation minister of the friendly First | I I I Ii
I J. P. [ | Established. 1894
was not disappointed as Christian church of Starke, extends Wyrlck and J. E. Wall I Mrs. Hubert Priest and i
Rev Cecil Underwood and his a cordial Invitation to the I Jr. were business visitors to daughter Loraine, and Mrs

talented daughter were brought] public to worship at any or all j Jacksonville last Tuesday. Catherine" Teare were in Qalnes-

from Palatka to conduct the ser of his church's services this com- Miss Arthurlne Blwumard of '''Vllle lant Monday. '

vices.The. Ing week. I Jurksonville, was the Sunday Miss Ada Edwards, who hai |
Youth for Last Sunday the local church truest of her father. A. M. Blanchard been spending her vacation in At I i
Christ T '
"" There Ig meeting I and sister, Miss Enza lanta. with relatives, has R.B.ALVAREZ&SON f : {
Church I a fellowship hour for this week will be held in the PrIsoner was host to the well attended Georgia J : :
I IRr" I all young people following the of War Chapel Annex ad Bradford-Union Christian Church Blanch*rd.Mrs. returned to her home here i iAlene I

Mitchell will ad- I Sunday evening service from 9 I joining the Tabernacle, and will I Ii convention which Included a full Joyce Futch and Mlas and Melvin Thomas ofHeilbronn \ : '
.. Thorns'Sacrament of The to 10 In the Educational Build- i be unique. Childien. youth and day's program and featured outstanding Elizabeth Terry were shopping In Springs were Sunday I J:!:;:, "U"Ij..!) ;; : We oprrata local

"2 Lpper the First Meth- Ing. i parents are welcome to' the youth speakers. i Jacksonville last Tuesday.' guests of Misses Hiiaa. ant Linda { 1t.IUL'YAllfl. &$0/11/ J. .
in ... .,.....'. Jt long distance
laurel, of Starke at the 11 Wednesday evening ls> Prayer meetings as well as all other ser Mr. Swindall announces 8l'rvle..a I Walter Sweeney and CharlesCarter Crews. ..... '. ,d'J tG' MOVING- I.)\,...., here In U. 8.
worship Beryice. Meeting night with Prayer and vices. at the Christian church foi of Ta'lahasaee, were the Mr and Mrs. I* H. Futoh re --;) : ._h__ "' anyu

dock morning 8. Theme for Bible Study at 7:30.A : Mr. and Mrs. Walter Martin the coming week as follows: guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Wy. turned to their home tiere luxt : !! : EXCELLENTSTORAOK

Communion, mediation ..willThe cordial invitation Is extended and children" of Lawtey were visItors Sunday. 10 a. m.: Bible School!. rick during the weekend. Monday after upending several : t.

Broken Body"; to all to join In worship at the to the services Friday night. I' Clyde Colson Supt. | N. N. Prevatt of Gainesville days In Tampa visiting relatives. I
-' First Methodist Church In Starke Sunday 11 a. m.: Morning '!I'worship. was a business visitor In Lawtey Wayne and Larry :Mtxon of ,
?,rre will be a special Sunday Mlnl ter'. topic; "'I'h"re'J last Tuesday Jacksonville were visiting their FACILITIES

\\'I'Dng! ervlce at 8 P. M. con- Baptist Church Is Great Danger In Becoming I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.\V H I Agents For _
Florida Graydon Jones of ft. Myerswas
University of At The Tabernacle Like I
cted by Those WlUi Whom We Associate. Edwards; last .week.
!/ eleven o'clock uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Ann Moore, who has been See first
the Methodist Student Oriwtlon A long neglected note of patriotism hour Pastor Lewis Sunday, 8 p. m,: Evening Evangelistic ua
I Ibrnth.r.IIllaw
I D. Halnea' H. Hill. Mr. Jones waa. returning spending several weeks with her
on the campus at the (very conspicuous by its sermon will be "A service. Sermon. subject: .
Diversity of Florida. Donald absence in town on a recent July Message for a Time Like This." "Soldiering for Christ." to his home m Ft. Myers and sister, Mr

kamaI'' of Gainesville is the 4) was introduced Into the ser "With many of our own boys already Wednesday 8 p. m.: Bible after upending his vacation In and Mrs. ,J.V NorUi. Thomas Carolina In HenlUnonvtllo has-j

,dent of the Wesley Foun- vice at the Tabernacle Sunday engaged in the conflict of training class. Canada.
at the war, we need to find John Loadholti of Tampa, was returned to her home here. ,
un, and will preside er. night when the Christian: and our part and
place In visiting his sister, Mrs. It. VV Mr and Mrs. James Andrews I!
The public Is cordially In.led American flags were used instead a time like this. Every
-1 to attend. of flowers, and the opening number member and unaffiliated person St. Mark's Episcopal Mosley, Sr., last Sunday of Palatka were visiting the O.
Church School begins at for the evening service was should hear this m<>s.age this Sun Rev. B. E. Simmons, B.D., 'Vicar Phillip Shuford went to Hast Andrews family during the
The ings last to begin hlldutl..s Mr. and Mrs. J. W Tlvmas of
day Monday
the National morning, Rev. Haines said.
Sunday morning with Anthem played Sunday, August 6th-9:15: a.m.
lUlea'3 every for all age groups. TheSInJar by W. B. McKlnney violinist, The choir will be under the direction Holy Communion and sermon by, as vocational agricultureteacher Hendersonvllle, North Carolina, WITHPHILCO
In the Hastings high were the weekend guests of Mrs.Thomas' .
and Intermediate Metho- accompanied by Mrs. Grady and of Mrs. Luclle Green with the Vicar. '
Youth Fellowship meet each Miss Wallace at the pianos. Mrs. Mona Canova at the Hammond The church is open daily for school. parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
? Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede ol Fred Moore. Gayle and Freddie
at 7 o'clock.bin The scheduled for prayer and meditation
jnday evening meeting Frl-I Jacksonville .were visiting friends Moore accompanied them home,
Sunday evening at 8.00: the pi In Lawtey last Saturday for a visit with their brother-ln-
ano-organ duo will be composed J. R. Walters of St. Petersburg taw and aillter.I .,
of Mrs. L. F. Dlnklns and Mrs. E. 10th St. and Temple Ava. was visiting with his parents, Dr. I The J,
M. Moore family of Atlanta
"TRAITORS OF OUR TIME"Will C. Mann Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Mornng -
the with the pastor bringing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic and Mrs. W. T. Walters, last Georgia, are visiting Mr, New 1951 Neoscope As I message following the
sing Saturday.Mrs. Moore's parent Mr. and Mrs.
be the topic of the pastor's message Sun ing of requested hymns and gospel welcome.Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Arwood of Dalton Oeor Will Edwards, this week.If. Philco Television 12l/z in.149.95

day night at 8:00 p.m. I choruses. Rev. Haines sermon gift, Is visiting her daugll t4"r-ln- C. Kelly and sons, Wendell ,

at the eight o'clock hour will CATHOLIC CHURCH law, Mrs Wesley Arwood, and and David were visiting places of Freezer Across the AH Iow AsPhilco
be a character study "God's the Carl Carter family this week Interest along the east coast from
First Baptist Church., Hampton Race." Sunday Sunday School Mais 9:15 11: a.m.a.m.' Paul Dlnklns began his duties St. Augustine to Flagler Beach Electric Refrigerator 194.50

Sunday school meets at 9:45: a. agriculture teacher In the Anthony last Sunday afternoon
Bob Gray, Pastor Week Day Mass 8:30 a.m.
a. m. with departments and class school this week.

es supervised by E!:, C. Mann, Jr. JayBible The Rev and Mrs. George Alderman
Study is every Wednes- Philco Deep Freezers From 193.00
Training unions for training in and son of Garden City -
School 10:00 A.M at 7:45CIU'RCII
Bible B.T.U. 7:00 P.M. Jay :
church members'iIp! gather at 6:45p : I were the guests of Mrs. J, E : WELD NGI" j
.m. Wall Sr., during the weekend.
A new feature of the mid-week OF GOD Rev Alderman|was the geuat See Our New Philco Electric Ranges ,
8th & St. Clair St8.
"Where Home-folks feel at home"Rev. service Wednesday night at 7:30: Sunday School 10 a.m. : speaker at the drat Baptist Church.- !.; .

will be the showing of moving pictures Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Sunday Mrs. T.morning Q. Woodward and evening.and Mrs I Broil Under Glass! Single or Double Thrift Oven!
of the church membership Sunday Evening Service 7:30: .m.V. .
p (f/ '
and activities of the church Immediately P. B. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. guests Johnson of of the Gainesville Joyce Futch, were family the # We Have In Stock The Very Famous

Lewis D. Haines, Pastor following the worship Player Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m. last Sunday.Mr .
hour when the pastor will lead

In the study of the book of Revel and Mrs Glenn Moore U'e offer the peopln i>f Starke Speed Queen Washing Machines j
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke ation. I. Rutherford and daughter of Morrlstown -
LAWTEYL. Term., were visiting their
of the most
A cordial Invitation Is extended I. nillrlnlly one
In uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Good Service!
Jefferson & Court Streets The Heart Of Town to all to worship at the First Bap- Long,
II. FutchMrs. 'H. Moore, recently modern. l ftnext
s>n< equipped
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 tint Church and to listen to the
Mr. and Mrs. W H. Jones and
I I congregational singing! / of old children, Sandra Lou Nangela welding shop anywhere. Sta-Rite Water :

, "SUNDAY SERMONS 'l :00 A. 1\1., 8:00 P. 1\1. 6:30 favorite .hymns each Sunday at David.and J. M.Mrs.Browning Joyce Futch and son and, and Bill, of St. Augustlnf, were All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Pumps f fI
p.m.ciirncii I visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr I
A.M. Unions 6:45 P.M.
I Sunday School 9:45 Training son Terry, Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck and '
and Mm. L. H. Hill, last Sunday
MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY (" OF atsrs! CHRIST I Miss Elizabeth Terry represented GARAGE ,
, 7:30 .1\1. Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. Crews are C. H. Nasworthy General Supplies :
OF LATTER DAY \INTS the First Baptist Church at the business visitors In Jacksonville ,
" The Church of Jesus Christ of union meeting of the New River AND MACHINE SHOP ,

i 11 A.M. Subject: "A Message for a Time Like This" the Latter Day Saints (Mormon Association in Ralford last Sat this Mr.week.and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Temple Ave. Blarka E. Call St. Sturke; Phone 193-J t

8 P.M. Subject: "God's Race"A Church) holds services each Sun urday. were In Oeland last Sunday visIting
I i
day in the USO building on Nortr- Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dye of I \
Mrs. Roberts' father J. H. __ __ __ __
I II II I Temple Avenue as follows: Fort Lauderdale and Klngnley .. i
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attend all services. Mrs. N. S. Blount left last Sun-
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Stark.. FIa. Adams Street STARKE FLA.I Telephone ,
ne 85 K. G. DUNCAN. AGENT Madison & ,


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I. Clrrmlt C..... Bradford Cummir, may be paid.SECTION. .
'Mr. and Mr. R. F. Gano and Mr. tlooh were aupper {ruasts of services held at Dedan Baptist I B. C. ScarboroughFriends I Florida | !. Cb.....r|.. .. All ordinances or e---- -
Mr. and Mrs N. C. Church last Wednesday night. Manuel D. Verduro. Plaintiff vs.teetty parts of ordinances In conflict herewith
week their
: and Mrs. M. M. Gano last parents. I O. Verdug-o Defendant.Can. are hereby repealed.
BROOKER I end. Mott. Sunday night. I Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Tetatone here will regret to learn I No. sA<3 SECTION I. This Ordinance shall CARPE
Order ., P.It".atlu. A*>4 Notice ToAppear. become effective Immediately E
children visited relatives at C. Scar
and death of Bartow
Bv Iva Mre Lewi Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mann and Mrs. R. E. Hazen and daughter I of the BTATH OP FLORIDA TOt Its passage
daughters. Theney and Mildred Mary France, and eon Jack Tituavllle\ last week. borough retired Baptist minister ::.ndl: Verduvo.' iii whose residence: James A. Lewis .* PRESCRIPT
begins ;. In:; South Aeperansa, Chairman, city Council ,
BIRTHDAY: PARTY and A. I. Mann visited Mr. and were In Gainesville chopping Brooker Junior High School of Fabens Texas on July 19. He Los Angeles. California: 1 Attest: Carl John City' ClerkTO I
Mra. Bill Melton of Gainesville, Friday.Mr. August 28. 70 old and died while You are required. to appear on THH HONORABLE J. R. WAINWBIOHT PltAlt.11AC1g
Velmarle Dukes was hon- years September B. 1KSO, In the abovenamed
Miss -
ored Saturday evening: July 29. Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hazen and I preaching in the Immanuel Bap- Court t and cause, wherein t:,OF STAHKB, FLORIDA:
at and Mrs. Charles Rabbit, children attended the American A. C. Carmichael tist Church In. Fabens. His widow plaintiff sacks divorce, Bradford this I hereby certify that the* above
with a surprise birthday party I County Telegraph ehall publish and fnreolna Ordinance. was. duly
of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mr Legion. Tournament In Starke Scarborough Is In four weekly issues.Wltnee. l .
tier home There were about 40 Funeral Services Mrs. Lucy Order next by the City Council of the
of her friends present to enjoy Roy Howard of Gainesville were Thursday, Friday and Saturday a sister of Mrs. R. A. Newsome of at Htarke.,mv Florida hand,and this official August seal 3, City of August of/ Starke A. 'J..Florida 1950. on lot day

Urn occasion with her. She received .guests of their mother Mrs. H. nights. Held Saturday j Starke, and she and" her husband II50.Ol Carl Johns, City Clerk
many beautiful as well as I H. Howard last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Roiin of were residents here many years ( <'FICIA Clerk A. said art; THE] ABOVE! AND. FOREOOINOonDISANC'J
of C
An wan by meland
MrC'Donald' Martin and little Raiford vlHlted her mother, Mrs. A. C. Charmlchael 52, died DO.Clm .
useful gifts Games were played ago. I By Myrtle T. Deaver approved by m. this let day of
throughout the evening. Refreshments eon Donnle are spending a few Bann'e' Mott Sunday. Thursday, July 27 in a Jackson; n. MeH, 204.0011uaranty Life August. A. D. 1980.afavor .
Jarkiinnvllle, Florida. City of Stark..
of cake and cold I duv.rt. friends. and relatives of Mary Lee Lyman of Alachua ville hospital following a brief ill- In Irrnlt ('.nrt. Hradfortl (... At,,* for elf.Ii I J. R. Walnwrlg-ht
drinks were served ': uiaml. and Gaite and Jimmie Hamilton ness. He was a native of Dade PlorldMI. IM Chmnrery.OMa .u..t.j I g44tgj5| | 8U-Jt-IIU

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Colema-I'' Mr. and Mr.. M. L. Tilghman of Orlando vtalted Mr. and Mra City and moved to Starke from 1 Lena Ilndsry, Uffendent.Case .Ii, tOTICR nf KI.BCTIOVT
Gainesville visited 1>[1'. and Mrs. I and children of Gainesville visited L. A. Mott Thursday I Ocala In 1945 in connection with,, 'Ualnea Wilford Liliuley No. 8020 I J. It. >Valnwrl/,,lit, Mayor of

1* L. Parker Sunday. her parents, Mr. and Mra. S Mrs. Wilson Green and daughter. his position as section foreman| 0..... Of Pnhllrell.m And V..tlre. T itppmn ,I authority Starke Florida vented In by me virtue by law of,the do W.C.T.V.SOBRIETY
Mr. and Mrs. L. }Martin of I M. Mott, Sunday. ., Nancy and Marcilwere in with the Seaboard Air Line Railroad -| ilH.niWllford. STATM Undxey OK" 1".0IllltTO." whose. res.Idvnce i hereby cull an election to he held .
.1 I the Hall In the aforesaid
at City
had held .
which he for
services Saturday. Co.,
church Gainesville shopping
:Miami attended Rev and Mrs. Charley McClel Is Andrew South: town by the qualified voters on
here at the Baptist Church Sun Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and 29 years. I are required to appear. on September Tuesday, September 12, 1960, for the AND SELF CON. ON.TIIE-MIMT:
land and and aon-ln-law ,
daughter SER
visited with their children visited her parents Mr. the First! ) 4th 1060. In the above namdr'ourt purpose .of electing. the following:I TItOL ARE TMK FOUNDATIONS -
day night and of High Springs visited Mr. and He was a member of j and cause, wherein plaintiff i off Icerat
I J. E. Hardee of La Woodmen! Bradford County' for T. YearnInHpectorM OF DEMOCRACY.
brother. Rev. Donald Martin I Mrs. I. S. Fowler after and Mn. Baptist Church and the nekn divorce 1'kr..161ermsa r PHONEDay
thin OrderIn T.
.hall publish of said :
Mrs. Lloyd Barry visited wltbr'tndll noon. Crosse !Sunday. of the World In Ocala and was Telegraph next four weekly lnnue II R. Williams. F. U. Hemingway B.K. .I SIGNAL PRESSEVANSTON
and relatives In Mlamlait ] Mrs. Rosa Flnholster is visiting also a member of the Brotherhood -' Witness my hand and official .0&11 Sparks' George Flynn, Jr., andH. ILLINOIS) 64 -
week. I Harry Edwards and B. O. Miller friends and relatives In Tampa of Railway Maintenance Men.Besides a; Starke. Florida this 2nd of August W'. La ppe. I
I hereuntosubscribe
In whereof
of Jacksonville returned homeSunday 19511.OFFICIAL. testimony -
Miss Donnie Fay Dukes is visiting for few days. and cause the --r
a my name
his widow he is survived SEAL) A. J. Thorn,
after month's visit with (
a eat of the said town to be hereunto
Miss Velmarle and Mrs. Wilson Green T
netce. Mr. A. Clark of said Court.
by three daughters Mrs. .affixed this the 3rd day ofAusrust ,
the latter' mother In Salt Lake
Dukes this week. B. Stewart and Truby Plnholster I T. Shalt of Jacksonville' By Myrtle T. Deaver D.C. A. D. 11110. ..
City, Utah. Ok- Stanley John J. Henderson R"i|., HSJ Colon- Official Seal) J. R. Walnwrllrht.Mal" ,
Mrs. WVwxlard, at the
Mr. and Wesley fishing trip
enjoyed a and Florida I
and Misses Virginia Ian I Ave. Jacksonville A New Band
dinner Mrs. B. O. Miller of Jacksonville ,.1 {WitFREE. {
of Camp Blandlngwere lawaha River Thursday. : Carmichael of Starke; (sandrll.1 A tty. for PIG ATTEST: Carl Johns, Cltv Clerk814.St911 0
:guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar visited her mother Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas attended Archie Clyde 8Mt833| \'? i 6'" \\Watch{1<
Lottie Edwards last weekend.We Repaj
held at .
Dukes Sunday. the Union Meeting I. Cire It Ce.rtBradford fo .tr.r'lorlilm onmvAVcn' IMAN a
Starke; his mother Mrs. John D., .' ....... .. I '7" ,
Mrs. Eva Harrell has returnedto are sorry that Carl HodgeIs Raiford Baptist Church Saturday. (" OHIMIANCH pnoviniiwn '"H. .
r 1 confined to North Florida' Carmichael. Starke; two sisters.Mrs. Harold Flare, Plaintiff v.. Etta K.Place THAT 'r 111'1 TIMR WITHIN
her home here after spending Miss Barbara Ann Tilghman of '
of Tampa'andMrs. efendent. WHICH CAVnlntTH FOR RI.KC-
several days In Alachua County Clinic In Starke. We wish him a Gainesville Is spending this week N. F. Crosby Cane No. 1021O..d. TIO TO ANY KI.RCTIVK1 I OFPICRIV We offer NOW !
R. L. Reddish of Starke and plot l (ITV OFKTAHHFI MAY you our efficient
.. TVfrmr.
tli apltal, Gainesville. speedy recovery.Mr. with her grandparents, Mr and I .f PBkllraHoii A d N > <* ,
Carmichael .
two brothers L. R. \ HTATH or PI.OHII" TOlKtta unexcelled
Rev. and Mrs. Donald Martin and Mrs. F. M.' Vtcfcery Mrs. S. M. Mott. K. Place whose residence I" : MY oiini'VAwrFi NO. perienced, WATCH REP
and M.
of West Palm Beach W. .
and son visited friends and relatives Jr., and children of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Cairn Mr. unknown: O'CLOCK A. NOON 0V' THR SERVICE at reasonable prices
Carmichael of Jacksonville. I which
In Miami last week. visited relatives here Sunday and and Mra. M. M. Gano, and Mr You are required to appear on or I>'V 0.. THR PRRIOIt '
A large group of boys and girls were accompanied home by and Mrs. Ovid Gano and son I Funeral services were held Saturday above before September named 4th. 1910 In cause.wherein .the. WHICH MAY BR.rCH PAID.Ol'ALirYINO. CITY can get only at Strong's. We serviced <

a'e enjoying the afternoons at Linda Gale Green who Is spend Ray of taalneavllle, visited Mrs. afternoon at 3 o'clock Ini plaintiff Telegraph watches
the Hellbronn Baptist Church with j I Bradford County BH ITCOUNCIL ORDAINED BY THE 28,000 at Camp Blanding-
Strickland's Landing on Kingsley ing a few days with th m., H. C. Martin of Hawthorne who publish this Order In dlvor"e'l OP THE CITY OPSTAHKK.
lake sponsored by the Red Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Alex William of Is 111. Sunday. the pastor. Rev. Mr. Watson of'' weekly iauea.Wltneaa BRADFORD COUNTY, have the EXPERIENCE to give you
Interment was In con- hand and FLORIDA I.V: REGULAR SESSION:
They are given swimming lesions. Jacksonville, visited her parents Elbert Mott of Gainesville spent ficiating. ,at Starke, Florida this 2nd of August A8SKMBL.RD: class repair service.
; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green last last Tuesday night with his parent ner Cemetery under the direction 1950.IOFFICIAL". SECTION 1. That from and after
Mr. and Mrs. W M. Dukes of weekend. *. Mr. and Mrs' S. M. Mott. of Seashole Funeral Parlor. SEAL) A. J. Thomas the effective date of this Ordinance
candidates for election to any elective
r.ukes visited Mrs. and Mn. E. Miss Annette Green is visitingher Pasco Mott and son and daughter Active pall bearers were Miruel By AH Myrtle Clerk T.of Deaver said Court.1>,C. office In the City of Htarke, Harley F::
Strong Jewe
shall par the qualifying fees an required -
C., Dukes Saturday evening. aunt. Mrs. Bill Plummer In of Gainesville were supper Beach G. E. Beach, P. M. Barefoot John J. Henderson E.q. 4422 Colon. by ORDINANCE NO. *8 A. ,
Mrs L.. A. Crosby Is visiting guests of his parents Mr. and Vasco Hazen O. J. Varnes, and lal Aye., Jacksonville' ,' Florida. not Inter than TWELVE O'CLOCK
Eau Gallic thin week. .
tior daughter Mrs. Louise Thrasha Mrs. S. M. Mott and attended Otis Nye. Attyn. for Pit. NOON on the last day of the period
Mr. and Mr. N. C. Mott.vlslt. I within which such qualifying fees
,- of Daytona Beach for a few ...----
ed Mr. and Mr. Jack Simmons of
days.Mrs. Montloch a few days last week.
Mattie Sowell spent Sunday
Mr and Mrs. Hershel Layfieldand '.
night with Mr. and Mrs. M.
children of Gainesville, Mr.
I*. Tilghman of Gainesville.
and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson of
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano and
. Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons
*on. Ray of Gainesville visited
and Marshall Mott of Mon. ROBBINS'

. Notice To Filling Station OperatorsIn ."

the past couple of weeka there has been quite a lot of

used oil poured in the sewers of the city of Starke. There is

an ordinance prohibiting; this action as the oil slows up the

function of the sewage disposal plant. Ladies' Print Ladies' f Ladies' CATAL1XABathing

In the future if anyone wishes to dispose of used oil, y t

pleas! call the City of Starke which will be glad to pick it up.


li-OCH'S RATE CUT DRUGS were 3.9SNOW were 2.98 eA Sizes 9 to 52 WERE ? ow

7.95 4.9
NOWi99 were - -
5.95&6.95 399

Protect Precious Nylons! 2 1 99' e were 7.95 499_ 9.95'5.' 0 95 ': : : ,: : : : 3 5.9.9

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Amazing UllttIOvrry Run!
g z' \ \ 13.95 ----e-- 7.9
I Sizes 9 to 52 Cotton.. Sunbacka" Beaiborga, Voile fJ
> Treatment Last The Lifetime oll

Your Hone! All Ladies' SANDALS '

One Bottle Treats Twelve IIoselPreventaRun$1! Ladies' Ladies SKIRT I


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2.98 _ 1.99 were 2.98---- '-. -. NOW 1.9

I Ladies' BLOUSES ,' 1.98 - 1.49.. were 1.98 - .- NOW 1.4

ALL KINDS were 2.98 - - NOW 1.99 Ladies' White BALLARINAS -1.99 All, Ladies "

.. ALARM CLOCKS were L98---------NOW 1.49 TSHIRTSChildren's I 99

'Ladies'BATISTE 2.98Children's

1.98 to 4.50Bath GOWNS DRESSES

Ladies' Shorty Pajamas
Sa. Palmolive or Cashmere Bouquet. l.tS value "
1 1.99. 1.99Children's T-SHIRTS

6 Bars Soap In Plastic Bag . 69c were 2.98 _ NOW 1.99< .

were 1.49, 1.59 1.98 - NOW9S

WINDOW SHADES Buster Brown White & BrownOXFORDS 2 98 White Ballarinas1.99 were 1.19 NOW

89c NOW 69

6 It. Long--36 in. Wide ONE LOT were were 69c : : : : .-. _- ,_- + = w NOW


49cto69cPlastic were 3.93! } Lades_ White Handbags --J9 1,

Shades 1.09 399
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Get Beach Toys Now At Cut Prices! Children's Cotton Gabardine ONE LOT CHILDREN'S M ens' T-SHIRTS I

Balls 59c to 1.19 Plastic {Whale 13S I CHILDREN'S Boxer Shorts SANDALS

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Summer Boxed Candy, 35c to 1.25 ,; WERE, Sport Shirts NOW Felt Hats t were 5./J. 5'.9j,

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firing; us your next prescription and experience
1.98 - 1.4 2.98 .
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