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 25, 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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I[County Schools To Onen Monday; <


rollment Will Reach 3,000 Mark COUNTY TELEGRAPH '

$1.:100.000:: public 1
system orda will spring to Ute Charles S. Partin Official County Publication Established In 1879SOLEIEjfj
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I nIY'S the twelve nlne.month school term.plant tc tin of BHS Starke Principal Tuesday Charles recommended S. Par. Lt. Herman Blankenshin Dies In Action Lions vs. Rotarians -

1"t of 25 busses will trans. sites for a million dollar Orange ; Ball Game ScheduledIn Council City Taxes

1 youngsters living County Negro school. stC i,
the 1200 is First Women's ClothesA
of Local .
,n easy walking which The team headed by R. L, John Casualty In Korean \War
tails of declare are made- of the University of Florida reported Softball clash between local : To Rate In StateFour

ci, officials two sites to the Stat The Korean Rotarians and Lions, calculatedto
this year'itei war moved closet
t tAl to accomodate and Board of Education as acceptable; to Starke end Bradford offer halartous comedy as well r
enrollment conse. ruled out the third site that ha this County as entertaining sport, will resound -
MTwItt be overcrowded. The been .under consideration M "toe week when the first known on Bradford Ball Park here Friday Levy Reduced
is seekl Casualty among the service
001 Board this month far from the greatest concentra many night September 1 at 8 o'- Rotary District .
men from this Qualify
000 freeholder signatures to a tlon of Negro population." Both of county was reported clock. The catch Is that every Governor Here r

calling for a bond elec- the acceptable sites player must "report for duty"
,don brought protests Killed From 12Mills
In action In Korea
would j.rite in-
which 1' approved construction from white residents in their 31 was First Lieutenant HermanW July drusacd In women's clothing! I For City PostsWhen j'

a $400,000 school vicinity. The survey group, I In Blankenship, according fo the _' _w Fans turning out for the gameare .
nm ln Bradford's sysI making its recommendation, stated official 4 cautioned to wear corsets to
Department of the To
Army 8 TuesdayI'
would relieve congestion, It avoid their sides from
I was :"imposaible to select any telegram received here Sunday by splitting the qualifying deadline
r better facilities. site which, ;would meet the approval his widow, Mrs. Margaret Tom- laughter and a field full of tan. passed Tuesday noon only four
enrollment .and staff of both (white and la expected to be on hand due to '
aa Ilnson Blankenshtp. candidates had paid the .$18 tee Taxes were slashed from 12 to
t equal to all others In the groups." The sites are near Or The brief telegram to Mrs. the modest admission prices of to run for three City Council seatt only 8 mills Tuesday night by the
Bradford ElL .- 2$ and 50 cents. 1
lando. ,
combined. School In Blankenship said: "The Secretarw which became vacant October 1. City Council, giving Stark the

) and High of the Army has asked nie to express I The election will be held here lowest shown ad valorem tax rate
sj thIS year expects 1.400 stuThM his deep regret that Tuesday, September 12, in the In the State of Florida.
| a teaching staff of Par-47, Plant City Finn husband let Lt. Blankenshlp Her. RegistrationOfficers 'City Hall. The three Council! Recently Mount Dora claimed ,'j'

ling Principal Charles S. man W., was killed in action In posts are the only elective positions this honor by announcing a 123w

I ud an assisting staff of nine Korea 31 July BO. Coat irmiing to be filled In this year's "off mill levy, when In fact the local

rterla Janitorial and secretarfgenonnel Wants Broccoli letter follows. (Signed) Udward Meet year" city election. I 1949 levy of only 12 mills was low..

.) F. Wltsell, Major General, U. S : The) three incumbents whose er. For many years Stark baa

TTnclDal partin stated this A., the Adjutant General of the Bradford of terms expire October 1 are II. A. been a' taxpayers' paradise, and ,

Kt BHS hours will b* 8:3,0:= An ullmited market for all broc. Army." let Lt. Herman W. DlankMmiUpj County,Albert Supervisor L. : (Buddy) Bishop, Jr., Lucian Ha- will now be even more so. The) '
divided Into abC: per. colt that can be raised here was Lt. Registration I len, and James A. Lewis. All new cut applies to thIs :year's tax
Blankenship 31
3:15: p.III. only years of Jr., attended the state convention
each. This laLr this week offered to Bradford have r-electlon bills letting citizens almost
minutes qualified seeking enjoy
trf 65:! age was Dom ana reared In Stark- Lt. Blankenship served with disj of supervisors at Tampa last Friday
dally than offered County farmers- by Southland The only "outsider" to Ir immediately the lower rat*.
period vllle, Mlsa, the son of Mrs. Edna tinction In Company F of the' 19t'IntantrJC and Saturday, The conclavewas
system last Frozen Foods Inc., of New York the race was State RepresentativeJ. Starke's 8 mill
the live period Blankenahlp and late Mr. Blank. Regiment, which is a part held. In''the Floridan Hotel new levy will belied
extra period will en- Roberts, who hopes to unseal \ entirely for
ijul the City.The enaiilp of Starkvllle. He enlistee"in of the famed 24th. Dlvtaon'' now there and a majority of the atate'i operating expenses
\the Ichool to offer student food concern, through it. the Army prior to Warld II at fighting so. valiantly In Kor_ 67 counties were' represented, Mr one to the Incumbents. The three"high" Leland W. lllatt because the city has no

eter elective range. Plant City office, has placed en the age of 18 and when stationedat The young officer served hl Croaby stated upon his return tc: men in the four-corner bonded Indebtedness and conseqnontly *
forced to advertisement with this race get the three vacancies. Leland W. Hiatt, Governor ot Ira poses no debt service)
his I year BHS was news Camp Blandlng here in 1943 met country's Army for 15 years and Starke.
room for three additiona? paper offering local farmers contracts and married the former Miss Mar. In five more years could have re About 1,000 city .dwellers are District 343 Rotary International, mlllage as do moat Florida cities.
One of the chief decisions reached -
to If their qualified to visit the election paid his official visit to the Stark City Clerk: Cart Johns '
er units In the elementary grow broccoli garet Tomllnson daughter of Mr tired. convention the poll. on pointed'
by :was that
due to heavier enroll- soil Is sluted to raising this vege and Mrs. Roy Tomllnson of day, but balloting Is expected club this week receiving committee out that In terms of dollars and !
uunent Besides his wife, mother and state legislature will be asked I club
reports at a assembly
tt earlier grades caused table. ; tarke, and made this ,city hit to be light. cents Tuesday's tax cut will reduce
In the when it next to I
t children, Lt. Blankenshlp la.survived convenes spring Tuesday night and addressing the
"birth boom." Allable R. E. Frank home. They have two children City Clerk Carl Johns the levy from 11.20 to only
the war time ( ) Johnson of thfirm's amend the law requiring that city announced luncheon Wei!.
meeting on
by t"3: brothers. !, Fred an? 80c per 11,000 of asses ed valuation !
USD build- Barbara Ann 6 ;
space In the procurement division, said aged! yeara an4 aiivl county precincts be districted' yesterday that absentee! ballots nesday.
will be used to car for these this week that the demand fo Herman Wayne, aged 9 months Robert Blanken&hlp of Starkvllle separately In all cities of 1,500: or for next m' nt'h election wll! In his address Hiatt emphasised and will save taxpayers) approximately ':

I.j, although the building II frozen broccoli Is Increasing fast Mrs. Blankenship and the chlldrer and three' sisters, Mrs. .ADene more population not later than be available from August 28 the International aspects of the boon $7,000 to Starke annually. Another

the designed nor suited for er than new acreage Is being reside with her parents at 303 Lemons and Mrs. Mattie Pearl 1952.:: The law as It now stand, through September 8 at the City. organization which now embrace owners'' I the "modest rate"property of

L purpose. planted and that his company I I. East Tenth Street since her husband Fulgham, of Starkvllle, and MrS would require the separation ot Hall. some 300,000 "world cltlaene" I In assessments here-In response to
schedule the looking for areas in Florida where went overseas last January Addle Brown Gill of Jackson Bradford
H3 wiU run a full County's precincts all parts of the globe. "No club the Council's advertised Invitation
i, tret day, Mr. Partin said soils are suited to the growing of 12. Miss.Lawtev's :. (north Stark.) and three (south Legion Thanks Public is too small for its Influence to be not a single property owner

del seven through 12 will ... this vegetable so that production I Starke) Into "In town" and "out For Supporting TeamThe felt at home and abroad the showed up at i Tuesday's meeting

ble In the auditorium for or- may be greatly Increased. of town" precincts as precinct Urn District Governor said in urging to complain about his assessment I

utlon at 9 a. m. and then go tore "Broccoli," he said "does no' Team Takes ChampionshipOf Its would have to stop at the city following letter was recel/- that more stress be laid on International Starke homeowners residing on

rooms for schedules he ex- like thin, sandy soils. It does beat corporate line, and rural citizen ed by the Telegraph Wednesdayfrom service' during this time their property get the best tax
liedther on the same soils that are suited could not. vote with "city dwell the Starke Jones-Lamrford. of world unrest. break in th* State of Florida, \

) white schools In the I to' strawberries, cabbage, collard Bradford Softball Associationnight era." The Supervisor's Association White Post 00, American Legion: The new District Governor has they are exempt from all city,

aty are: Lawtey Junior high and potatoes-known as Blader hopes the legislature will amend Gentlemen: been prominent In Rotary for the county! and state ad valorem taxes

i 1. Cook principal., tenten sands and Bladen fine Candy loam'It the act so that this action will Please permit me this -! past 17 years. At present be I. up to a'property value of $3,000,

[ grades one through nine; does best In cold weather and The Shuford Service Station Aug. 18 by trouncing Nat. be optional with the various court to express on behalf opportunity c o tJones.Lan..rordWhlte Superintendent of the Apalache. Mr John' reminded.

rittr, James A. Parker.: prtnet- temperatures below, 20 degree team from Lawtey emerged with lonal Guard 16 to 13.' ties.The Post 69, Correctional Institution at .'Cha Starke has $1.079,095.00 non-

toe teachers: grades one I are ,usually required to seriously apparent ease as the "grantf The Association will award, a Association adopted a resolution The American Legion,.'our appre tahooche. and was Florida's Stat exempt real property and :'G50,-

ugh nine; Hampton Kr Ola injure the cp,' champions" of the Bradford County <-handsome trophy to the winning asking the legislature te elation to the members of our Junior Welfare Commissioner for almost. 255.00. no -.xempt personal property .

run* principal; three*teachers I "Broccoli: Is not;; a gambling crol\\ Softball Association from the teams in 'the near future, BH prohibit Individuals from "swItch. Legion -'rum' for their effort eight years before taking his pres. on its assessment roll the

nl'tllrougti''et tt''lIII\ct :Tmf TT does Turnrfa..steady, dependable finals--played' off d Bradford Coach J. C.: Hobbs, pre ldent61 leg parttes'..on registration book and hard work 1IIIrl1'll'' the' recant 'Vi' poaIU2II., City Clerk.ld. At the old 4) mill

linen, L. H. Futch, principal I income during the cold Ball park here August 14-13-16.: the Softball league, said thl In the period beginning 3,0 day baseball' games and the tournament .' He complimented the Stark rate.rthis ,yielded 120,738.00 an-

et teachers, grades one through winter months," he. continued During the entire' season the week. before the first primary until I f! series. club on many phases of,its activity nually for city operation. The new'

hi. "Since the quick freezing of broccoli Lawtey experts played 17 gamed I The end-of-the-seaaon standing days after the general election In These particularly Us sponsorship ot 8 mill levy will bring in only $13-,
boys down to the las
came to Florida four ycari and dropped only two of the of the seven Associational team an election year.Reelstratlon the Local Boy Scout troop another '" 839.00. The difference Is more -
ill white schools have cafeteria man played heads-up ball throughout -
farmers have been able td< to opponents.The was as follows: re-rcglatratlon ant youth projects.Defense than made up, he explained by
14 will operate underthe fedtitatecounty ago Association composed ol Team Won Los' absentee the entire season and rackedup the new., cirarette tax i&.a, ....,.e,4
contract all of their broccoli voting were main topic --- -
school lunch pro- a good record for infant
I seven tea-ns, opened competltlot Lawtey 15 :2Herculea" of discussion also, of an In the last ..essioeotthe"stat.LMglalature I
tram. The white'school at duction at a price ;which gives a and Secretary club from a small Post. Equally
here 6. At the midway marli Council returning .to cities
10 State R. A.
where 7 Gray and Assistant I
good return yields are aver
barn term bent Important was the fact that wh.naway
closed this
the Lawtey aggregatloiwas a portion of the .tobacco
July 9 Humphreys 8 General ,. taxes
age or above. It is expected that I J 8 Attorney Howard Bailey from home
enrollment fell below the Associational they conducted! collected within
talent minimum. .Its' 19 pu- broccoli will winter become our for mdst Florida dependable champions automatically for the first half of National Alvarez Guard 6 7 11 C were speak among to the state assembly.officials Mr.presentto Gray times themselves as. gentlemen at all Meets Sent 1 1The .'. revenue from boundarl.e.Stark. this source.
between: Starke crop aa was evidenced by the
i were split up the season by winning 11 gameS American Legion' this year will be about $28,000.00
4 13: brought out the tact that some
which too cold for beans
areas are good wilt the Stark. Club created
Hampton schools. Mr. Johns
of dozen atarta. No ot.hei said. The act provided!
and other tender vegetables." a Stat Malnt. Shop 7 e Changes In the Hating of name i in Wauchula..
H I. county's seven N.grc team could match this record. Ir A game between Humphrey will be made on the general executive committee of the that cities must cut their 1900mlllage

ools, open Monday. SUIT Local farmers, If they believe the second portion of the season and Alvarez was rained out, never tlon ballot next November elc'j' Before we had been in Wau Bradford County Defense Council to no more than 70 per

ool I In Starke, under Principal they have the type soil requiredare however, the Lawtey lads :won tout rescheduled.The chula two days the entire town will hold its first meeting Friday cent of the 1948 levy, but Starke's

le Thompklna, has 11 teacher asked to write L. O. Owen games of the five played but ac State Maintenance Shop John C. Deckle of Tampa I 1'1 wee rooting for us to win and be night, September 1, at 1:30: 0'. council Tuesday night went further
of the
president Assocatlon
1 1 II the only high school for col4 -I Field Representative of the Company also did the National Guard ant team participated In the first haIr and lleve it or not. some of the citizens clock in the office of the Super. than required and cut the
purpose of the organization I Ito I.
I ittidenta, just as BHS is the care Southland Frozer Hercules Powder Co. teams, of the season only but made s have elections In the State 01 of the tournament city were Intemlent of Public Instruction levy to 66% percent.

' county high school for ;white Foods, Plant City, Fla. "Time w necessitating a triangular play-off good showing. Florida carried out in efficient broken hearted as we were in the courthouse here, Director Councilman H. A. (Buddy)

'ton. The six colored cram getting short" Mr. Johnson said for the second half championship The Lawtey line-up for th and honest an when we were eliminated. Our Harmon P. Morgan announced1 Bishop, Jr., made the tax cutUngmotion.

r ichools in the county are "because seed should be In the The original schedule called toe winning game Aug. 16 was flubs Croaby said. manner Supervisor club has been a mobile Chamber this week. which was seconded by
toy ground in September if a good half to play the of Commerce for Starke on all ot Councilman Lucia Hazen and:
Training School (S teach- the first champs Wells, sa; Donald Bennett, rf; Vii Director Morgan urged all members -
i, Brooker ((1 teacher), Hamp- yield Is to be secured." second halt winner for the "grand Frees, Sb; Jack Wainwright, Ib; : our road trip. and We have re- of the Council to be present unanimously approved. Th* other

training School (2 teachers) championship" but the Lawtey Ralph Darley 2bl "Yogi" Frlck p: BHS Tornadoes Begin celved Invitations to visit townsall at the meeting as directives and three Council members are P. L.

teroak ((2 teachers), Thuraton hurlers made this game unnecessary Ray Grlffls, If; Geo. Shuford, c; Pre-Season Practice over the State of Florida In the training data will be distribute, Bridges, Wra. T. Jackson and

LIncoln City ((2 teachers), and Police Chief by winning both. and James Wilkinson cf. next year's baseball season. to the 16 committee and division James. A, Lewis, chairman. I

nP*>n ((1 teacher). The three tying teams vleing The Bradford County Sot tbal Bradford High Tornado pre-sea Therefore, In spite of the fact tha'trnen. and a program< ot:

V public school system is the for the second half championship Association was organized to promote sonal practice with Coach J. C. that we were eliminated In the action planned.Mr. Lt. Tracy Baker, Jr.,

W>et business" in Bradford Hearing TuesdayA agreed to rest the decision on the Interest in the sport las, Hobbs putting the 40 candidate, State Tournament at Wauchula, I Morgan has prepared an Back In Air Force

M'y' To run the plant, which results of a double elimination spring' with J. C. Hobbs president; I through their paces was well tinder consider our boys real Champions overall defense map of Bradford

"mated to be worth U, OOooC tournament. The Hercules nine Vic Frees, vice-president; Hugh B way this week, although the Champions when the win-and County which will be available Lt Tracy Baker, Jr.. of Keystone It
buildings, equipment and real City Council hearing scheduled was eliminated Aug. 14 In the first Ingram, treasurer; J. A. Eaves hot weather has the boys "stew Champions when they lose. to Council members in his office, was one of the first of this

"te, the Board of Public In-, for last Tuesday to review the night of play by losing to Lawtey umpire:' and Buddy Bishop score Ing." A few more prospects are W. are proud of the Junior and organization charts have been section's young World War II veterans ,

*Uon has budgeted $602.967 tc' Council's. August 15 resolution 22 to 4, and to National Guard e keeper. 'The Association was self expected to report for practice Baseball Team for the height made. "The Defense Council must to volunteer and return to

spent for the next nine months' suspending Starke Chief of Police to.. The next night Lawtey and T supporting and has a small fun when the new school term opens they attained for their conduct be ready to act not only In case I active duty following, the beginning

"Ions! Of this amount only W. m. Thornton from office was National Guard clashed in the first on hand to carry over for next Monday. both as winners and as loners. of war but In the event of any; of the hostilities In Korea.
27 postponed until next Tuesday.The two with Lawtey season's Al This year Coach Hobbs has the Under the type of disaster or emergency'' '
Is paid by Bradford of their games re-organization capable leadership of He left last week for Perrin Alt
"% and tti citizens-the other delay was granted by the coming out on top 12 to 2. Lawtey games were played at night on able assistance of Harold Hazel- Coach Herb Thomas and Coach the Dlrector'stat.d.. Force Base, near Dallas Texas,

tHO comes from state and Council following Mr. Thornton's clinched the tltlo the following Bradford Ball Park west of BHS wood, new Tornado line coast with/! Arthur Hardee, we will all look Th Defense Council organized and was accompanied" by his wife

!'III' l funds. request-made through his attorneys -, a University- .. ot- Florida back for our team to cantur.. -- -- even- August 4 at .the courthouse hereby and two small sons.
T. Frank Landrum of siarne ground, and the two coaches ar higher honors next year.- a group of prominent Bradford The son of Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Daily SynopsisLists Rites Held SundayFor working to County citizens, works with the,
ivers and A. Z. Adklns, Jr., Gainesvillefor prepare Sincerely yours, Baker, of Keystone, Lt. Baker saw-
Licenses the Starke riders for the tough. State Civil Defense organization.
a bill of particulars and for Articles Larry.Crosby six year. of service with the V, S.
eat schedule ever faced by the A. J. Thomas, Jr.,
o On
Sale Sept. 5 additional time to prepare his de- Army Second Commando Group In
' fense. City Attorney George Pat Wanted By.Gov't.. ,Funeral services for Larry local eleven, which this year will Post Commander.. Cecil Field Opens; the; Asiatic-Pacific Theatre.. Sine

ra<*ord motorists were given ten stated the Council gave Mr of Com- Lamar Crosby, aged two years see Deland added to Seabreeze his release from tJw Army: .Ah-
Chamber To' Be Jet
:lnce The Stark. son of Mr and Mrs. Haven Croabyof IU ,Augustine and other teams Local '
notice Uus week b1y ; Thornton A copy of the bill of Bank Pores at the clew of th. /urar. Lt..
office located on courthouse Stark. held afternoon from schools larger Ulan Stark..
were Sunday
Judge E. K. Ferryman particulars Tuesday. meld To Set New Hours The Navy U planning to. spend Baker has. been, In,the Air Fore
receiving a dally at o'clock from the Pine
they The new time set by the Councilfor square Is now 13,750.000: turning Cecil Field Reserve.
must have new 195 -IU Level Baptist Church .wIth the
ers. the hearing is Tuesday, August copy of the "Consolidated Synopsis Call Street Firms W. B. Sewell. president of the near Maxville. Into a "master jet
license.1 pastor the Rev. W. E. Hallot.flclaUnl' -
.October 1. The their possession 29 at 4:00 p. m. in the circuit of Department of Defense and Burial wfn Uiefamlly Make Improvements. Florida Bank at Starke, announced base> :' according to information Bradford Students ,fGet
CO ) new licenses court room of the Bradford County Services Administration. this week that effective 0ep- given to Rep, Charles .C. Bennett
tn ale at his General plot In Conner Cemetery with De- U. of
If. Degrees
office In the
rthouie courthouse.. Information" bullet-' In Several Call Street eaUbllah- tember 1 the hours of the local In Washington last week. ,
her. Tuesday. procurement Witt C. Jones Funeral Home
3. the Judge pointed Septem. announced this week. charge of arrangements. mania have spruced up their "pub- bank will change slightly, so that The new facilities at Cecil Field Three Bradford County men and

tdcIed that the cost this out. and FuneraJ .Tuesday I in> it was list the Items the The child died In Glendal Hospital lie face" recently the> institution will be open for located about 20 miles north of women are slated to receive de-
be the year These bulletins Leila's Dress and Gift Shop installed business from 9:30: a. m. to 1:30: Stark., will provide everything from the
Palatka. of last frees University of Flort-
same Thursday night -
as last: $1 for For Mrs. ThorntonMrs. I wishes to purchase and attractive fDlald- tile p. m., dally except On
ordinary< operator's government week, following an limes of six an I Thursdays. necessary to service the newest da in Galnesvlll during commencement
for ) ; floor constructed handsome display Thursdays the) bank will be
the haffews license. Virginia Grtffls Thornton, any person or firm in a poaiuono weeks. Larry Lamar was born In open jet carrier planes built, now exercises there Saturday evening '
* Year 4.500 15 resident of Raiford, diet? sell the articles to the government Palatka November 12, 1947. shelving along the east wan I from 9:30.: m. until noon. building. or still on the drawing of next week Sept. 2. Unl- j

Sold drivers licenses a in North Florida Clinic are invited to submit a bid. In addition to his mother the 1 lad of the interior, covered the old In the P..t banking hours were I board,. Bennett said. ersity President 'J. Hlllls Miller

i.' O1flc.through Judge P.rry. Sunday brief Illness She was The "Synopsis" (as the bulletin la 11.1 survived by his maternal grandparents -1 east wall board sheathing with 9:00: a. ra. to J.00: p m. dally except -I This new jet status, 't Is believed will preside at the ceremony, which .

liCense Receipts from drlv-, following a November 16 officially called) lists the descrip- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cros- elotex panelling, separated the the Thursday half-holiday will end the up-and-down begins at 8 p.m. ,
sales I *o toward de- : born In this county wanted gives directions main store from the office with was observed. ''car..r of the Held and make It Bradford
and quanUty of Starke
ag the Gordon and lon by and other relatives. expected torecelv.
are I
1934. parents .
expense of the Flora a neat lattice. Installed a beautiful deactivation. In the
securing specifications "The proof against ,
Griffls of Raiford. for change In hours, which degree are Bonnie Gilbert
wty Patrol. Alma Funeral Tlndle services were. held at and bid forms and lists the agency Trophy On DisplayThe' new showcase and painted the conforms to banking hours observed past two and half years It baa I Jones, BAD of Lawtey and Oliver

Pine Grove Cemetery and address with /which contact entire store. In neighboring cities wlU permit been deactivated twice and reactivated ohnson Edwards, Jr.. MEd. and
7 Purchases the graveside In be made. : The Hart Furniture Company all officers and twice. Edwin
Railord Tuesday afternoon should third place trophy awardedthe employees Spencer Sheppard, BEE of
'v Police near with the Rer The Synopsis can be examined at local Junior Legion Baseball baa enhanced the attractiveness of serving' the public to work an nn- Cecil. located: on a J,120 acre tarke. At the Mnte time degreeswill

Carr 'I' at 3 o'clock officiating under merce office. Team August 11, In Wauchula following Ita furniture display room by installing roken shift until closing time," reservation was first used as a be conferred upon !MS other
. James Williams
eight large 2-tub fluorescent satellite to the big Malnsid Air
Council Junior President Sewell stated. etu enta.
1 the stat Legion
1\.aesda C of Ice.
rde4 night : the ''dIrection of the DeWltt merce lights, which show' off the Station (Jacksonville) In Decem- *
AAdrews Baseball tournament there is now
U. :Motor Co.,< the Jones Funeral Home. merchandise to better advantage ber 1941. It served. '
,e ot Supplying I Olive SAW CEMETERY WORKING on display in the window of Koch James Roy Chasteen III a training HARCIA.'DIANE'SELEY
Ptroi car to th. a new po- Besides her husband the deceased Mn. J. C. Jon. of Raiford announced Drug Store. Next month the and ease employees' eye strain. Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Cha teeD. Jr.. baa and air station for thousand Mr. and Mrs., William Gordon
'1 city. AD. :Thornton, and her parents, Carpenter's Drug Store removed of of men duringth* war. but was
W1 a low this week that a "work- trophy, an Inscribed gold statuette Starker announce the birth of eley of Stark- are announcing
r5 Of U l,5760.bidder With Ule Is surwed by one daughter Marlon will be held at the Sapp Cemetery of a baseball player will go the wooden canopy from, the a son, James Roy, III In, the A- finally reduced to'caretaker statuson the birth of a daughter Mat
. OIicetol Janet; five brothers nr" Raiford next Tuesday, on permanent display at Andrews front of th. store and Installed laehua County Hospital in Oalnss- January' 1; 194$. Mane, on Sunday, Aug. 2O at

$ Dep&l'tmeJ\t'. pr. Amen, Johnny. Vernon and James near 29. AH interested persons Motor Company, co-sponsor with la It* place a handsome aluminum vile on Thursday August 17. During Its periods of activation Munroe Memorial Hospital, Ocala

1 ta. car wu severely dam. Oriffls; and three slaters. Mrs and August asked to attend, bringing tools the local American Legion Post of awning matching! those of nearby Mrs. ChaaUen Is the former Miss many of the personnel find living .Irs.. Sel.,. Is Oe former Miss
I. eolUalon Sunday Ltter4IJCUlt Lulu Tinman and Laura are buildings. Madge Brownie of Starke. quarter. In Starke. Lola Thomas.
work the team. Mae
13. Sarah Criflls, all of Raiford. to ,

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PAGE TWO and Mr.. W. u. Brown and their I -- =
'(' service will be held at different -I Green Sunday. ed to West Palm Beach with their dren of Gainesville and Miss Doris son, Glenn of Tallahassee, and Mr. ,'
prayer Mrs. J. E. Ewing
h' Mr. and Mrs. Rube Kirby of La relatives for a stay of about two and Mrs. Johnnie Outlaw and their QucliiEfi
Telegraph] home. In this community by Swing/ of Mobile, Alabama, arrived -
I Bradford County the Baptist church for our revival Crosse and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of "veekn. Sunday to visit their relatives daughters, Gwendolyn Jo and
which begins Sept. 4th with the Starke visited Mrs. John Cone Mrs. Calvin Williams and her Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Williams Pamela, of Waldo. PRICKLY

ESTABLISHED' 1879 E. U. MATTHEWS. OWNCM-CDITOM Rev. E. E. Ernest, of Gainesville Sunday. daughters, Sandra and Sherrie. and Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mrs. T. T. Flllyaw, Mrs. M. D. 800Ua prickly! I...., Hf
McNeil, of Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. "ompU, '
7. C. son were / Herbert "lib IIoiI
preaching. Mrs and Flllyaw at. LYco.Bo.RCI
and Young
and Enlrrrd a* Second Mrs. John McNeil left here Mon. s. Hayes in Gainesville last week Sunday guests of Mr. " Published Every Friday Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholster of M. E. Grlner were Mr. and Mrs. tended Flllyaw family reunions In '..t...,..mooth....1110<1 by soy,
at the Po tMEMBER Office at Starke, Fla. Jacksonville visited Mr.. Rosa Pin. day to join the U. S. Marine Corps their children, ...few.. .aU IaJOO1' Ala
Class Matter end.Mr. Martin Relnau and Lake Butler Thursday and Sun by ...t.."1110 ...... 1nt1ot
We wish him the best of luck. and Mrs. R. M. Markham ,-...
holster Sunday. of Palatka. at the respective homes of Mr.
Joan and Billy day 1 1I
Miss Tessle Wagner of Archer Tuesday
1950 crowd of people from had as their dinner guests I( had and Mrs. W. C. Townsend and of
A large Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers
visited her uncle and aunt, Mr evening/ C. G. Scott of Cary I
here attended the funeral services last weekend Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Flllyaw.
last as their guests
1J50 For Six Month and Mrs. Albertua Miller vllle and Mrs. J. D. Scott and chil
Subscription,2.: iO Annually: $ for little Billy Hazen in Ocala Friday week. ,
Billy was loved by all who
Mrs. EfTIe Mae Wheaten of
knew him and to Ute family we
himself very I Apopka visted her mother Mrs
and everyone extend our deepest sympathy
last week.
Mary Rogers
BROOKER much. Mr. Cassle Laramore of St Miss Mary Jones -of ITmattlla Chevrolet alone offers such a
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Crawford Petersburg visiting friends and I and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Normanof .
By Iva M e LewlllM1M'.f"lIan..111 of High Springs Attended services relatives here. Rising visited friends and relatives
at the Church of Christ Sun Mrs. Victor' Jones was In Lake Sunday.
Shower.A day and were dinner guests of Mr. Butler Monday.Mr. i Mrs. Bishop Thomas of LaCrosse

shower Wall and Mrs. Edgar Dukes. and Mrs. U L. Parker and '. and Mrs. Hershel Lay field andOoNdcfk/cAoeI '
miscellaneous In Miss Velmarle Dukes is visiting two daughters are spending a few of Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs ,
given at the Community Center her aunt, Mrs. Laurence Crawfordof days vacation In South Florida. 'N. C. Mott Sunday.
honor of Mrs. Bill Miller Thursday i High Springs, this week.V. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Waters and I Little Glen Layfleld of Gainesville
afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs E. Jones, pastor of Church of baby Martha Lee of Dundee visited visited his grandparents, Mr and at the lowest prices too !
T.W. Markey, Mrs. J. V. Edwards, Christ Starke, visited Mr. and Mr.,and Mrs. N. G. Stokes last and Mrs. N.C. Mott last week. e ,
Mrs. Edgar Dukes Monday. :weekend. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mann ant'!
and Mrs.
Jr., Mrs. Dave Green Mrs. Lottie Edwards' mother Mr and Mrs. Earl Green are daughter, Theney, A. I. Mann and
Ernest Edwards. Refreshments of Mrs. F. M. Norman, of Starke spending this week at Brooklyn daughter, 'Ethel, and Mrs. H. E
punch and cake :were served to and two sisters, Mrs. W. B. ,Lake. Stoke. were light-seeing and attended Come In and take your choice
about forty-five guests Several Bloodsworth of Ralford, and Mrs. Friends of little Donnle Martin church In St. Augustine l
games were played and prizes Ellen Barber of Jacksonville, visited ion of Rev. and Mrs Donald Mar Saturday.Mr. II ot swank convertible; or at: ; ,
were won by Mrs. Earl Green and her and attended the miscellaneous tin, will,be glad to learn that he and Mrs* O. W. Davis and f "
Mrs. Malcolm Harrell. ahower iwhlch was held Is Improving after his third operation children visited friends and relatives ateel-topped Bel Air }'
here at the Community Center for on his ears. of Glancivllle Sunday after k
Birthday Wry her daughter, Mrs. Marie Miller, Misses Lillle Mae and Ethel How noon.Mr. a
A birthday party was given at of Jacksonville, Thursday. ard of Fairbanks are visiting Miss and Mrs. S. M. Mott visited IIII t
the Community Center Saturday Miss Vivian Stokes has return. Carolyn Kelley this week. Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott of
night In honor of Miss Betty Ra- ed home after an extended visit John Willis of San Antonio, Gainesville Sunday.STATE II
born'* 15th birthday anniversary with her sister and brother-in-law Texas, Is visiting friend and relatives -
Chaperons were her mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. RUBS, of Apop- here for a few days. ft*
George Raborn and Mrs. Lloyd ka.Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Max Lewis of FARM ea
Barry. Refreshments of drink I Frank Polk and children of Jacksonville visited Mr., and Mrs. ..
and cake were served to about Trenton visited her sister, Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sunday. By Mrs.. Bryan' Whitf laid
forty guests. Games were played Wilson Russ, last week. Mrs. R. F. Gano and Mrs. M Take choice of
Mrs. Marie Dick of Dundee visited M. Gano visited Mrs. J. W. Brownof Family Reunion ., your
Miss Geneva Stokes Sunday, Hawthorne Thursday.
Mrs. W. H. Hinton of Waldo were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lewis and Sunday, August 20, at the home Standard Drive or

Let Us Thoroughly dinner guest of Mr and Mr. Earl Uttle Brenda Haddox visited Mr of dependents Mr and Mrs., including P. S. Crews many ) POWER GLIDE/ Automatic Transmission*
seven sons
Green Sunday. and Mrs. Dave Cook of Fernan-
Wash Your Clothes and daughters, of the late Mr. and p
August 28 through Sept 1st, dlna Sunday. Mrs.. b Combination of loweraffd.AutomatleTnd
S. C. Crews "
Master Chester Deea of Bran- of Union-Brad 105-h p. Engine optional on Dt Luxt model at extra con.
B Pounds ford County gathered for their
k ford Is spending this month with
annual reunion. To add to the
kFi& hi. grandparent., Mr and Mr. O. ..
For 40c! attractiveness of the home for the
W. Barry. occasion the lace Take choice ot
FREE Bleach If Desired! 666 gFEVERr1i.Ii. Mrs. Frank Playford and son, room table was centered covered with dining-a .t your

daughter-in-law and grandson of low bowl of specimen zinnias and nE t Styleline or Fleetline styling o .
St. Petersburg visited Mr. and ,
WITH QUININE arrangements of other seasonal
Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday. Mrs. blossoms were placed at points of e- at the same priceAmerica's ,
We Will Playford was reared here and will Interest throughout the rooms. At ?
be remembered as Miss Mary Col- noon a covered dish dinner was
Dry Your Clothes FREE lins. served buffet style from long
Mrs. Allen Connely and two tables on the lawn.
For 20c For Prompt> FREE Removalof sons of Leeaburg, visited Mr

Dead, Crippled, &Worth.. and Mrs. L. W. Barry last week. Patsy Kucera was listed among
In New Automatic Driers! Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holland of the five glrjs who won the highest -
less Cattle, Horses, Moles, Wauchula visited Mrs. HoUand'ibroUlerlnJaw number of points In their dl-

& Hogs and sister, Mr. and vtsons In Camp Immokalee's re- Seller
Best America's Best !
s Call 132 StarkeWE Mrs. L. W. Barry last (weekend cent Aquatic Meet. She won Buy
I place In the
Mrs. Eva Harrell and daughter 25 yard back
ALWAYS' COME I Yvonne and Misses Francis and stroke and also achieved honor In

The WasheteriaTemple Helen Berry are enjoying this underwater swimming and diving.
Florida Renderers
Mrs. L.
week at Salt Springs. F. Chapman returned
Ave. Starke INC. Mr. and Mr. Dick Raulerson of home Tuesday following a three
I Dundee visited Mr. and Mrs. Rufus weeks' stay at Assembly Inn, TORODE CHEVROLET C
-- Monteagle, Tennessee.
Mrs. J. C. Hardee
,1. :: t 'nesday from New Jersey returned where Wed-, PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT S

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Hatcher of Oxford, she had
been to see her brother, Robert
Hatcher, who broke his neck when
f diving. Friends regret this accident 1898 1950

,_, I n celebration of and hope for steady Improvement t
In Mr. Hatcher's condition.
40 years of service while their parents are still In New
Jersey Russell Wilbur and Ken- .
Gulf Life presents. neth Hatcher of Oxford are here 1i
with Mr. and Mrs. Hardee.
F" Miss Peggy Caldwell, together
with Miss Sue Biggs of Starke,
," has been visiting Col. and Mrs. O. (i 0'I.
W. Griffin in St. Augustine this

k IbfIJlfJ 1tJII.l put:Monday week.overnight, guests of Mr. iM M

and Mrs. J. M. Bradley were Mr. t&rnitnmcvny
and Mrs. S. T. Bradley and Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Bradley of Monroe,
pr. Georgia and their hostess, Mrs.
(; : PROTECTION, M. F. Coker Sr., of Jacksonville. 500 MILLIONTH >
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and ffffffjJj
Frances Caldwell were visitors 'of
Mrs. J. B. Caldwell and Mrs. Viola '
r i.s for YOU Luffman In Qcala Saturday. GOOO/'iE4R [
Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. C. ; jfl [
M. Turney had as their guests Mr. i
and Mrs. John P. Turney of Jacksonville
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pneumatic Motor Vehicle
W. Turney and family of Fruit- I II
in Guff LiFe's) ftrLow-Cosf land Park. Mary Carol and John
Jr., who had been here for a week, TIRE \ //1 i
returned to their home In Jacksonville
Special' 40TH Anniversary Policy! with their parents and Joanna A hall billion a production record

,, and Margaret of Fruitland Park unequalled In the tire industry. Here is
here for this week with
:,: their grandparents. experience that has made Goodyear the ,
r\:" Yes, you'll want 'lo ask your Gulf Life Man about the amazing Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rahmes of world's leading builder--"of tires for 35 con- \

I .:" features of this NEW policy which, In your younger and more active weekend West Palm with Beach Mr. spent and Mrs.the Mar past secutive years. \' \

f. 'working year., actually fives: you and your family double-benefit, lon Crews!, Jr. Mrs. Crews and --. a .., : /
their baby daughter Nell, return.tntrlottant .jJ') .
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shown on the hOI of your 40th Anniversary Policy. ,

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25, 1950 (0 J I'iI iI t'



Christian Church nth home again from North Florida Navy Vessels ReadiedAt !. Tlrralt C...rt. Bradford. Commir IK Circuit Ce.r .....,.... Ca.* Clinic in Starke. and Florida' Im Chancerr.Krtli | tm Chancery tT
"Every family should attend LONG BRANCH we hope l*>nf Lindner, Plaintiff yeGala. Manuel D. Vardua-qi Plaintiff Vav p
Bible his health will continue to Improve. Green CoveFrom .. WlTford Under." 1.>".n1l..nt. Natty Q. VerduBO. Dofendent. ,'
school. the Rev. Homer Can. No. (010 Cap No. lOll f.
1 Swlndall minister of the First By 1\1"". J, L. StricklandSIXTIEn :Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman, 20 to 30 of the hundredsof Order Of I".fcllo.tl4>. And Notice To Orde ef Pvbllratleal A aid Notice T* ,I',
Christian Th<|rman Jones and Miss Mary Appears UTATrO OK F1.OHII Iflalne Appear. STATK OF- FLORIDA TOt ,
Church ships in the "moth ball" fleet .
Starke said Wllford Lindner, whole ree- '
Betty O. Verduaro. whop residence Hand
Tuesday in announcing the schedule ( WEDDINGANNIVERSARY Jones were visiting Mr. and Mrs. at Green Cove Springs will be put, ld no. U Andr...... South Carolina.You addreea !U ... ,I
R. J. Jones (in Brooker are? required to appear on Sep! Loa Angelee. .htltIA.pnan.
/ of services for Sunday. back into service immediately, In th.
S the coming tember 4th, 11)50 above nantd You are required to appear on
week. "So plan to attend out August 15: Mr and Mrs C. B. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman i it was announced last week by Court and cause, wherein plaintiff September. 5, 1960, In the above U
Reek divorce Bradford
has as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs County named. Court and oauae. whereinlalntlff \i
school Vice
thts Sunday where there are Belt were mildly surprised when Admiral Oscar C. Badger Telegraph. shall puhllnh this Order eeeka dlvoroe, Bradford
Methodist Church Thurman Jones and Mary Jonea ofUmatllla. In next four weekly ,leiueit.Wlfrnena i :t
Church classes for all age. groups under several of their friends and near commander of the Atlantic Reserve County Telegraph shall publlih. this
ng( Mr. and :Mrs. Elam Le- Fleet. Florida ami official teal Order In next four weekly '...11...
qualified teachers Bible school begins neighbors came In to spend the at Htarke / this Sntl of Ail- Witness mv hand and official seal
unday morning at eleven tn: the absence of their pastor at 10 a. m. each afternoon and to congratulatethem wis of Starke and Mr. and Mrs The ships have been "stored" on Suet, toed.OFFICIAL. SmALl at Starke, Florida, this Au.uet *. !i
Sunday I ( ) A. J. Themes, S
1M sermon by the Rev. L.el the Rev. Thomas 0< Mitchell and morning under the direction of on the event of their sixtieth Herbert Norman and Mr. and Mrs. the St, Johns River at Green Cove! Aa Clerk nf aald Court. 1950.(OFFICIAL A. J. Thomas .>.WAa
of the Flnt Gordon Jones and daughter Carolyn for the four Myrtle T. Dearer. D C. 'tr"k! of aid Court. '1
pastor Mrs. Mitchell who Clyde Colaon Superintendent"Other (diamond) past or five years, H'd. dolon.Ianl
will beg are vacationing wedding anniversary. Little :John :J. Kaq, 4813 By Myrtle T. Deaver, (j
of Starke Eugene and Julian and have attracted thousands Ave Jarkaonvllle Florida fif. (,
ot ,
Church services Ch. R. It.. JH4-OB Ouarojttr
In the New at the Mr. and Mrs. Belt marriedin
the presence of 8 England states this Christian were Jones returned home to Umatllla sightseers during that time. Att).. for PIG Rid*.. Jacksonville., Florida/ I lj;
"In This message is an month Methodists last Sunday Church this coming week are: Dayton, Ohio August 15. 1890 with their parents after spending IU.4t-. l2BI Atty.. for PIG .,?_,._..?. 4 4NOTICR ,
od. ;series of experience morning were privileged to haveas Sunday u a. m.-Mornlng and both are native Ohioans Mr two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sealed CAM. von BIDS I Circuit Co.r; Bradford Coast y, :' -- '--
the worship. Subject. "The Divine Belt was born Feb. 27, 1889 end bld win be r.otlv.d by KloHdni Im Ckax-ery. O--Er.ECT ,
The guest speaker Dr. D. L. the
Christ. Scudder City Council of the k
City of .
of Name." Harold Place Plaintiff, ve. Etta K.
e 'LIre the head of the Department of I The Lord's supper is ser raised near Bellbrook Ohio and Stark! at the city Hull In Blurkn, Place Defendent. T, J. R. Walnwrlcht Mayor efRtarke.
will be under Mrs.nova Religion ved at florid, until R:oo o'clock P. M. Florid by virtue of the
11:15: a. m. Mrs. Belt on Ca. No. Oil
(Katie Winstead war authorlty vested
at the ) I la me by law do>
with University of Florida In Tuesday the ith day of September .
of Green Order f Pnlillratloa AsS Nellve Tovrar.
Luelle Hammond Gainesville. Sunday Sunday 7 p.m.-Christian: En bom in 1873 at Xenla, Ohio, and A. D. Leto! at which time I and place ".. KTATH OK FLORIDA TO. hereby call. an election to- b..14 i
at the night at the all bid Cltr Hall In the aforeaald
LAKE received will !b. publicly' ... rwh.b
GENEVABy Etta K. Place
deavor Wb. residence la
evening service Charles S. Partln under. direction of Cecil early moved to Tennessee with oponod and read aloud on the tol- unknown the qualified voters on I
her lowing ieaday, September IS, 1450, for the'purpn.e
but !
Douglas. family returned to Ohio,, I
8 o'clock principal of Bradford high school You are required to appear on or' of electing the following
evening: Cunningham FIve year loaiv of garbage dump .
before 4th.
September In the
Ll singing will be cone addressed the congregation.Next Sunday 8 p. Evangelistic near Dayton later where she met for p ..tur. follow.II..K with and married Charlie Belt. described a* : NW<4 o*' wherein seek divorce Three Alderman tea Two TeamInnpertorff .
service. plaintiff
I nt the Happy Hour Sunday morning at 11 o'- Subject "The Newness Weekend of Mrs. Ida NKK *xo..pt fh. We.t KB feet Bradford County Telegraph: .: shallpubll.h of eald. election T. I
of The Belts the of guesfa Townnhlp a South n' William, J*. O. Hemingway, &
L. F. Christianity. are parents ,
of Mrs. clock John faU"118 thin Order In nest four
iorgan-duo F. Sproull of Palatka, :)I. Suet! '
Gentry and daughter Lillian In Bradford weekly (lauea.Wltnena 10 Sparks, Deorco' "Flynn Jr. and
and hire E. C. Mann Lay Leader of the Gainesville District Wednesday 8 p. m.-Mid-week three children William of Neon, were Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Hanbury, County. Florida. my hand and official scat. )f. W. Lappe,
message by the pasbe of the Methodist will service and Bible Training Class. I Ky.; Mrs. Bessie Strickland of Th Bald City reserves. the rlxht at marke! Florida/ this Ind of Au.guet la testimony I whereof I hereuntoaubecrlbe
The Church of Birmingham Ala.; Mr. and Mr*. to accept or reject any or all hlda I860.OFFICIAL. my name and oauae the)
"Above the Clouds"eervlce have charge of the worship, service The study subject "The Perfect MaxvlUe; and Mrs. Orlena Hewitt Burnard Adams, and family of City I of stark, Florida. ( SEAL) A. :3. Thomas. seal of the maid. town to be hereunto I'
la held each and Unity of the Scripture"At of Brattleboro Vt. They have 14 By Cart Johns CUy Clorfe A* Clerk of acid Court thin the Ird day of
; Sunday night at 8 o'- u..tt1''h.
k Thereby. Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Her U *"* By Myrtle T. Pnaver, n C. tt&O.
1 nIght at 7:30: 0'- clock J. L. Cooper leader of the grandchildren and four genera. bert Priddy and family of Port !. rlrr.lt :John J. Hendereon. En q. 491;. Colonial (Official Seal. J. R. Wa..aw..labt...
tlons were represented on their anniversary C..rt. Bradford C..atJ'. Ave, Jarknonvllla Flo..lda.AU Maynr. -
th the message by the local Mejthodlst Men's Bible Class, 'The TabernacleThe Arthur Texas; and Mr. and Mrs. Florldai Mm Cha...rr.Thomai )'.. for Pit., ATTEST! ( Carl John, City CJerfc: 1
the Book of Revela-will conduct the meeting. Mr. Belt la 81 year of W. O. Watkins of Jacksonville. Prwlvo. Plaintiff. v.. TII1U ?,.?..,? Ilt.It-'ll
TbII week following the Sunday school will begin at Of4S young people and older age while Mrs. Belt has turned 77, Sunday Mrs. Gentry and daughter. Older O(DoroniUnt.l>......."..H A Case ma Nolle No 1031 To
and both In health. .._.. .
Rev.' Haines are good relatives A BI'ATH OK FLORIDA TOlTllll .
-rvlce the a. m., and the Methodist Youth Fel- ones of the Tabernacle-enjoyed A and from Ala., Jacksonville PrvrlTo. whose r" ldno* andaddra .
pictures of the whole lowshlp meets in the educational visit Saturday night to-2i New' The month old daughter and and Plerson held a reunionat la: Wl*'. ctollna I Powlat Lee. J
? of the, church. I Testament Homes. "vlslts,1 only child of Mr. and Mrs. Karl) Keystone Heights beach. Twen ko Poor. t,.iko, WoJ, R.....lon. t
r program building Sunday night at 7 o'clock. You are required to appear on
invitation Is extended A fellowship hour meets in the will no doubt make the readingof Mosley died at the home of the ty-five guests were present and September It, 1950, In tb* above ; '

to worship at these and educational building after the Sun. the New Testament more Interesting parents here August 13. The funeral report having a good time. named plaintiff Court peke and oaun, whrli.4 c Ai'II

mces at the First BII{>- day evening services at 9 o'clock. to all who participated.This was held at Long Branch I:. Davit had the good fortune County Phdli.PQir.: : this. b )
Order In next four l lieu.
and to enjoy the sing- The with the Rev. Edward Harvey officiating. to'hook HVi lb. baas in Lake
,ret midweek Prayer Meeting is Saturday night's meeting a Witness mr hand and official ialat
[ congregation heard held Geneva waters last week and l Stark, rioriaa, thl. Aucuat *,
the! Wednesday '
night beginningat promises to be of special Interest 1960. ,
day evening at 8:30: by 7:30: o'clock.. also. "Come and see some favor- The following Monday Mr. Mos: needless to say he Is very proudof (OFFICIAL SHAtA.. 3. Thom... : 1h'w
over the tower ampUark' I ley suffered an attack of appendicitis his catch. A. Clerk ef said Court. "'
i The pastor will return from hli te characters portrayed on the Myrtle T Doav" D. C. ,
thereafter :Mr. ....kBr.... : 1'IloridsAtty. : ', \i:!
vacation in time to conduct services black board. Awards suitable for ad the Thursday and Mrs. A. J. Tolin of T. 1"1'. Stark. '
In the Veteran Charleston S. C., recent for Pit. ,.1
hospitalized were y.I,
the following Sunday September use In school, to all bringing at I was till 4t *|1rlrmtU '
EpiscopalL 3.CATHOLIC. least one new pupil" the Hospital Lake City where an ap guests of the E. Coopers. \), .." ,
sponsor .
> Cavrt. Dradford Caa. .
B. P. 'Vicar announced.All :pendectomy was performed :Mr. Mrs. James Hayes spent Saturday IB C......rr. r.Vlorldai e MaNt__ """; ,,,II' J'1'4
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Simmons, Mosley Is now 'reported to be recuperating with her parent, Mr and Mrs. ndwln A. Jarmuft, Plaintiff vs. Rose
CHURCH weekly services will be held Def.nd.ni.C." t
Brooksle Ik N. Wagner. The Hayes family, Pretty Jarmua
and sermon serI as usual with suitableto Last'Sunday .. No. IOSO .
nr f prayer Sunday Mass 0:13: : a.m. messages Mosley and family as well as other formerly of Palatka are now Order O( l>nkll_tl..il Aaid Nollr ToAvvmr.
conducted at St. the times.Boatdrain. the'
I be Sunday School 11 a.m. living in Holly Hill. aTATH OK FLORIDA TO. has A
Episcopal Church here relatives visited him. ROB Pr..nt Jarmu., whose r.ul- only FORD TRACTOR
Week Day Mass 8:30 a.m. August 14 Daisy Lang fell and Mrs. T. :McNaln and two children danc and addr.*.. (t.. E41 Went lot
( morning; at 11 a. m. by RevivalA Street New York City New York
returned home after
Sunday ,
dayBible broke two ribs. Her husband
.' to appear on Bept -
,, w. Creasey. %
g. Study la every Wednesday Fred took her to St. Luke's Hospital pending a two weeks' vacation 'b'rl.1r"I'l: ::, In the abov named
hurc11 II open dally ford at 7:45CHURCH: revival will begin at Boatdrain Jacksonville and it war with relatives in Georgia. I Court amt divorce.cam, Bradford wherein. plaintiffpaeke County. PROOF. METERfJf

1 meditation. Baptist Church located about 4 found one rib had punctured the Mr. and Mrs. T. :M. Finely and I ; prov..h rvblu.I.:: :: OrderIn .
OF GOD miles southeast of Starke Wednesday time next :
lung. She is improving and is .are I Wltneiii. my hand and official seal.
OSTAt HOLINESS 8th A: St. Clair Ste. August 30, and continue staying with Jacksonville\ relatives with relatives in Tallahassee! and at Starke, Florida this Auguet t,

|Bt and Temple Ave. Sunday School 10 a.m. every night at.7:30: o'clock through until well I enough to return home. Georgia. They expect to return I960.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 1.: Thomaa, Now Standard Iqvlpmtnt' on Ivory How Ford Tractor 'p

j School 0:43: a. m.; :MomUp Sunday Morning' Worship 11 a.m. Sunday September 10. The Rev. Charles and D. B. Lang returned home for school opening.Mr. I A. Clerk of aald Court
11 a. m.; Evangells7.00 Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. W. H. Edwards of Alachua will to Clay Hill from Lutz where and Mrs. Bob Myrick and T. Frank By Tendrum, Myrtle.T.Starke.Denver, FloridaAttya. I>. C BUY ON PROOF Instead of Promises

; p. m. Everyone Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. bring the messages. The Rev. C. had been since the week daughter of Starke and Mr. and for Plf. I
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.Rev. C. Harris is pastor of the church. they Mrs. Bishop MyrIck of Gainesville Hit\ 4t till| Why lute. about tractor performance-btfor* you buy ,

a Everyone Is welcome to attend school Mrs. was H. Avers out last returned spring.to New- were recent guests of their la rirvnlt. r*...nr-, nradforit Canmir, ''or ./1',. ;you buy Now guesswork is no longer nece..ryl I \ I

ti*.:.e special services. port News Va., after spending a mother, Mrs. Sue Myrlck. Florida Harbour In ( ...nrarr.Nettle jVlatntlff. v.. Thom The new Ford Tractor Proof-Meter shows ptrformanct, I
Lewis D. Haines Pastor home folks. Mrs. A. Carlson and Mrs. B. Tlarbnur. TlefendAnt. Cam Nn. 8019 fffititncy and aconomy tight before) j
few days with '.
Order Of l-nkllrnllnn Aad Notloe "
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Seven new members enrolled into Cunningham were in Starke shOp- A....... ,KI'ATM" OK FI.OIIII TO. your. eyes on the dashboard. It will I
OF LATTER DAY \INT3 ping last week. Thomae Karbnur. whole residence \,
5T T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke The Church of Jesus Christ of the Mission Sunday School last Mr. and Mrs. R. Forsythe and I.: Rout 4, Box St, Clanton Alabama pay you to, see this Proof-Meter- _
Sunday brings the roster up to 28. rODAYl the Ford Tractor haBit! r
the Latter Day Saints (Mormon Mrs. A. Carlson were In Augusta, You, are r'..n..lrtiil. tn appear on Sep-. Only 3
person & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Attendance was good and we are :
Church) holds services each Sun Ga., over the weekend.Mr. lemher 11, 1050, In the above named

PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130nrooX' day In the USO building on North expecting others to Join in the and Mrs. J. Curtis, and Court neeke .end IIlvD"cause"". PTadford wherein plaintiff County. Co. Inc. ,

Temple Avenue as follows: neara future. daughter, and Mr. Curtis' father, Telegraph next four weedy: IHBUM'. thin OrderIn Equipment }

LNDAY SERMONS M.. 8:09 P. M. 10:00: a.m.: Sunday School. J. Curtis, of Meridian Miss., are WltneMa mv hAnd and official Beat WfftiFDixie St. '- OalnaevUle' I1a.)
at Rtarke, Florida this' Aucuet 0, .
6:30: p.m.: Sacrament service. visiting Mrs. Curtis' father B. P. .
lay School,9:45: ,A.M. Training Unions 6:45: PJVI."MVEEK The public is cordially Invited tc: SUNNYBROOK ."Red" Stalllngs! and enjoying\ I960(OFFICIAL mA'.) A. :J. Thomas. .assert erw/rp '1

SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M." attend all services.Keystone. plenty of good fried fish as Red Ily A Myrtle* Clerk T.of Deaver..aM ,Court D. C,

Mills Wanda Crosby is one of the outstanding fisher- 1''!. K. Perrvrrmn, Stark., Florida, iII.

|.IM.: "Standing: In the Presence of a Silent God.. men around here. Aty..forPf. 1111 4t 311
Heights Forest and Hazel Crosby of
8 P.M.: "Above the Clouds... Miami are spending a vacation

By Kay BeaU here with their parents Rev. and

Mrs. C. A. Crosby. I.

A Friendly: From A Principal of Keystone School Mrs. Bill McCormick of Raiford,

\Friendly Church Is Extended To Allarling's Miss Gertrude Hoiuer has an- Mrs. laura Colley and Carr Col- .5
nounced that school registration ley of Starke and Mr.. and Mrs. FIRST IN FLORIDA.

will be held August 28. Seplember C. Sullivan of Theressa, were

5 will be the first day of visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cros .

school. by last week. '
GROCERY Episcopalian ervlces will again Miss Wanda Crosby :was the .
be held by the Reverend Fred :weekend guest of Miss Ramona

& MARKET Yerkes at 9 'clop.ic Sunday mornIng Roberta In Lake Butler.
in the office of' Mills EmmaKate Mr. and Mrs. Jack; Salmox of
Mansfield. Ohio were visiting friends in this M

Corner Call & Cherry' Streets, Starke Staying presently at the White section Monday.Pierce.They were en- FIRST IN THE'SOUTRl! I

FeathenCourt are Mr. and Mrs. C. route to Ft.
i Good Thru August 29-quantity Right Reserved Wetland of Wilmington Dele.Yare, Mrs. Ruth Broadway and a
Nan :McClure "
children and Mrs.
who expect to be here for several I ..
all were visiting Mr.
of Starke
months. Mr. WIeland Is connected !
NO. 1 (Limit 10 lb.) 10 POUNDS with DuPont. Mr. and Mra..William and Mips.; Floyd Crosby recently. .
Our community was sorry tc
Coleman who are vacatlon-
learn of the death of little Larry ; ": ,
leg !In Florida spent several .
' Lamar Crosby and deepest sympathy .
months at the Court before trave- ,
extended to the family. t
otatoes19C I ellng further south. S. E. Wood, 4 ) .:
of Macon, Georgia is enjoying a
week's rest and relaxtlon at the

Court. PINE LEVELBy < I', .

MOIL 3 FOR friends Mrs.with in LydIa a her canasta home Hurley party.Mouday entertained evening M.... IL H. ICBM ::" ;'. j''.1.'

Mrs. S. E. McKay Mrs. F. M. .I This commutty was made sad ,
'Walrath Jr., and Kay and Mike last Friday by the death of little ':1

Walrath are visiting with Mr. Larry Crosby who passed away -'{ ,' ,,'
lardines19C and Mrs. F. M. Walrath in Arden the preceding evening In Glen-

North Carolina. dale Hospital Palatka after several ,% ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Walker weeks' illnesa. We wish tc .. .., .

have returned from Savannah extend our.sympathy to the en- < > .

Georgia where they visited with tire family.
TrLE Mrs. Walker's folks. Miss Cornelia J. E. Murrhee of Hllllard de-
Ctn. Limit Plus Deposit) .
( 2) ( ,' '
Knight Is also. recently home livered the morning sermon and : P

from a Savannah trip. the Rev. Harmon *Cox the evening ;, 3 .4 t1
Mrs. :Margaret Tracey Is due to message Sunday at Pine Level ,. r .
return to Keystone this Saturdayfrom Baptist Church.. ,;- ( -,\ ;' :, ., \\ -
oca-Cola her vacation. I The Rev. and Mrs. W. E.; Hall :

Mrs. Jane Brlttaln. who has been were called home from a Lakeland .

staying at the Keystone Inn for I revival meeting due' to the death I .
several weeks has returned to her bf Larry Crosby. They had a* ,

home in Atlanta Georgia. their weekend guests Mra. C. B

'have many, many more specialsBeto Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy with Chance of Jacksonville and Mr SnONCtsT proof of die quality and all-round expect at die Standard Oil Jgn.. Standard. Oil dealer*
their daughter, Madeleine, enjoyed and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and son
come in and see them, please! a trip to Key West this last of Hllllard. economy. of Crown and Crown Extra Gasolines I It the endeavor to match die extra quality of die products

weekend. teaching Owen McRae position has In acceted Norwood. .fact that cheM two m<
school Jacksonville.Mrs. popularity ..not only. l in Florida,!but la Mil the touch conveniences you want.

e wival .. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva cm states In which they arc sold! For carefree and low-cost
Continues Him Sept 3 spent Sunday night here with motoring transporta

her daughter-in-law Mrs Robert and Crown Extra die tbolct theirrespective lion
Crown are cult see your neighborhood Standard Oil dealer.!
Mrs. Lavon Alvarex of Orlando, of thousand of r "

Evangelist Donald MartinOF -/ are Ralph visiting Halt the of Jacksonville Robert Myrlck spent motorist 6cwt3taadInhllfldfeda performance.. STANDARD OIL'S FLORIDA sal.srIet anal "", ,,,1,. .

MIAMI but weekend here with Ma grandparents \.,. la fwy kind of weather on every kind of rood. Good slogs dditioiu to taut maiMtoUHtu _/ FWJ/ *

Rev. John 'Sible 'Song Leader I McRae., Mr. and Mra. H. M "audit, on the road, ubtrt tonnes la the aatwer to pl eta $ and t fa/fount l/tear..rrd lax,, including .

/ such an overwhelming public preference! text wbteb tollttttd end Staff
''Yea eI j'7 } I frodutl v t paid to

1st Batisu t t .rch Hampton y RISING Another reason for the preference for Sundud Oil of florid fulboritUt,amount. to ovtr|.7/XK>,o00o i

product I It dx extra service motorist have come to in 1949.

8-OO_Each Evening ; Mrs. Edward Norman ,

EVERYONE( WELCOME Friends here of KIM Bonnie Clark ..

J will regret to learn that she underwent STANDARD OIL COMPANY" ,"

an appendectomy in Cocoa .
Bob toI ,
Gray- Pastor + hospital last week. We all wish her

TlJE CROWDS a speedy recovery. Also our community -
COMING TO J. glad to Me A. I* Grif .

Phone) 83, ; : K. G. DUNCAN, AGENT ,I( t 8taritc. &



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FOUR ty mission chairmen; Mrs L. D. leader; Mrs L D. =-

,,,... I Long-Seiler WeddingIs Miss Henry Becomes Bride of Mr. SaundersIn Baptist'' WMU I Haines, mission study; M.... D. W. I Ann Hutcheon Mrs 11a1n"\V.
or Officers Moore 'children' home; Mrs. N. person. Sr., Mrs. i'
Selects ; Eva
Swan Lake Event Lovely Penney Farms Church Ceremony O. Maxwell, training school: ; Mrs Mrs. B. J. Dowllag

Appoint CirclesThe Paul Raymond, Margaret fund; Floyd Green Mr P *'
I 11 1 tor.
.... Friday, Aug. Mr. O. B. Flynn,house chairman; Mrs. Ira Wilson. Mrs. it.t
the Baptist
of -I .
( Mrs. DeWitt Hicks: of Melrose 7 7r P August meeting Mrs. L. O. Powell, flowers; Mrs. lee, Mrs. J. E Fetch Dr
Union Mrs{
:-. :;.-- is announcing the marriage of her Women' Missionary 1 Maxie Carter, social; Mrs. Clyde man Register,, i Ir hln. .,
daughter, Mrs Louise Hicks: Seller was held in the church education I Priest, young people's director.At Thomas, Mrs. J B

to William N. Long of Gainesville building Tuesday', Aug. 15, with : this meeting the society was J. E. Wilson, Mr. A' bl'J Sl.pp,

ItHhlence june Caldwell offk.Pit. son of Mrs. Cornelia Peek 30 members preaent. I reorganized for the coming year Mr. Palmer Willlamy|| 1r.....11

State Farm 45 Editor phone 28 Long and the late Mr. Felix H. Mrs; F, B. Beard opened the :and the following circle appointments Plckett. Mrs. A 0 An41'11

Long Af Rtjirlrftmr.. 4 o'clock, On devotional were made: Mrs. Gladys Nunnery
..... --- -'. -- meeting with an impressive
Friday afternoon; August It. The followed with a program Circle 1: Mr. B. T. Thomas

Townsend Reunion Woodmen Circle ceremony took place at the homeof directed by Mrs. L. B. Daniel. leader; :Mrs. M. F. Hazen. co- Circle 4: Mrs G B P1)11g
the bride's mother at Swan t + Daniel an Interestingtalk Mrs. Sarah :McCall. Mrs. er; Mrs. L. G.
Mrs. gave leader; Powell
Held At Lake Butler Met TuesdayMembers Lake. ( ;T i d ?, on :Mission Work; three songs O. O. Webb, :Mrs. I* O. Hazen, Mrs 1. B. Daniel. Mr. P'COoIt B.

The Rev U. S. Gordon officiatedat the girls' Mrs H. L. :Mrs A. A.
were beautifully lung by Mrs. W. B. Alexander Durden,
CIrcle .
C. Townsendwere of the 'Woodmen iin
W. n
Mr. and Mrs.
gathered in the W. O. W. Hallon the candlelight ceremony be- TII quartet composed of Misses Helen Hough, :Mrs. J. T. Tomlinson, Mrs. 1 Bryant. Mrs. Laura Tha,.*
hoata at their home In Lake Tuesday-evening for their regular fore an Improvised altar of green Haines, Allele Lawson, Joan 811- G. H. Bennett, :Mrs. E. D.;' Tenly, I R. Morse, Mrs. L N. PIc,

Butler on Thursday evening:, Aug meeting. Mrs: Bessie Greenof ery and pink asters, in the presence r 1 cox and Joan Tenly, accompanied Mrs. 'Anne Richarde Mrs, M. M. Mrs. Pate Gassett Mrs. .

10, entertaining members of their Live Oak was the distinguished of the family and intimate by Miss Julia Lawson, pianist Morgan, Mrs. H. C. Boyer, Mrs. I Hayes Mrs. Maxle Carter,II

family in honor of their parents guest on this occasion. friends. the Rev. L. D. Haines told of his Charlie Powell; Mrs. Annie Register :L. Peek Mrs. E C Prtest,

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Flllyaw of Mrs. Virgla Barksdale, president Mrs. Florence Janes, organist, trip' to the Baptist Alliance in Mrs. V. S., Hicks .Mr*. Ver-" N. O. Maxwell Mrs w M
presided during/: the meet- played the traditional wedding Maryland; and the program was non Nichols, Mrs. J. E. Chambers, ,wards, Mrs. A C Durde
Lake ing. Mrs. Lavern Outlaw was marches. During the ceremony closed with a song, "To The Mrs. R..H. Cox, Mrs. W. S. String- 'A. A. Wainwright. Mr. 1 1.A
A lovely supper was served on graduated from the Junior Wood- she played "To A "Wild Rose' Work," by the quartet.In fellow and Mrs. J. W Pierce. nolds, Mrs Delia ThoBu

long tables on the lawn. men Circle and was welcomed to (McDowell). the absence of the president, I Mrs. Ella Johns Mra. Etla-

Those present on this occasion the adult branch.' Other memo I The bride chose for her weddinga Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Mrs. A. J. Circle 2: Mrs. F. J. Shaw; leader -

were Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Flllyawand bers being Initiated at this meet- ballerina length dress of white Thomas presided over the business ; Mrs. G. R. Mathews, co-leader; Miss RoweVeds

children, Jimmy and Jobble Ing were Mrs. Rose Lee and Mrs. embroidered organdy over pink.A session Minutes of the last meet- Mrs. Jessie Newsome Mrs Lee

Dub and Noma Townsend, El- B. T. Thomas. half hat of pink maline and ":,' s f Ing were read and treasurer'sand Morgan, Mrs. R. A. Newsome, Charles Hardenbroi
bert FlUya.w, Mrs. Freeman Johns 1 At the close of the meeting Mrs roses completed the costume She < : \ 4 4f other reports were given. Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. A. E. McKinney : -

Tommy Flllyaw and Ira Young W. L. Andrews and Mrs. Virgie carried a colonial: nosegay matching ,Jr>, f 4, 4 The nominating committee' report Mr*. D. W. Moore,. Mrs. Mrs. Jewell Rowe of Sir

all of Lake Butler; Mrs T, T. Barksdale served delicious refresh her pink gown j .j on officers for the new year T. B. Harding, Mr. G. W. Alderman announcing the marriage ,

Flllyaw, Mrs. M. D. Young and ments to the :member present. Mrs. Hicks, mother of the bride, '1"' .. was given: Mrs S. E. Sparks, Mrs. J. H. DuPree. Mr. F, daughter Freda, to Chula]
Herbert Flllyaw of the State Mrs. Emma Jane Stephenson Invited wore a black sheer dress. Her president; Mrs. G. R. Mathews, F. Flume, Mrs. Nat Williams, Mrs. enbrook son of Mr. and

Farm; Mrs. John Turner and all members to her home corsage was a purple orchid. ,.v; secretary; Mrs M. M. Morgan, Freeman Register, Sr., Mrs. Coy J. Hardenbrook, of Starkewedding .

children, Grant, Leon, Linda Faye for a covered dish luncheon on Mrs. Long, mother of the groom : ; '. f treasurer; Mrs. M. F. Hazen, second Stephenson, Mrs. C. C. Camper, was an event of F
and Brenda Joyce of Tlfton, Ga.: September 13. chose for her son's wedding a blue t'r vice president and program Mrs. William Norris, Mrs: W C. August 18, in Folltston. CAll .

Johnnie A: Flllyaw and Carl Fill- sheer crepe gown with a purple chairman; .Mr A. J. Thomas, Coram, Mrs. J.'M. Brownlee Mrs. friends of the couple
yaw of GUroy Calif.; Mr, and Harley F. Strong spent Wednesday orchid corsage. membership chairman; Mrs. O. L. Clyde Priest, Mrs. W. H. Perkins, vited to attend the reception

Mrs. Roy Flllyaw of Jacksonvilleand In Daytona Beach attendingto Following the ceremony a reception : Limon, (stewardship chairman; Mrs. W. N. Johnson orlng them which will be he
; Mr*. Frank Meredith and son business. While there he vis- was held at the home of the ir Mrs. R. A. Thomas. literature the home of Mr. and Mn.

Leroy, of Molutrle, Ga.- I ted with Kenneth Starling.' bride's mother. The bride's table chairman; Mrs W. R. :Morse and Circle 3: Mrs. W, U 'Andrews, Hardenbrook on Tuesday evi

was covered with a hand crochet. S Sfr Mrs. Eustice McKnight, comrauni- leader; Mrs.. A. J. Thomas, co- August 29, at 8 o'clock.

ed cloth. On one end of the table

was a three tiered wedding cake sit DEPEND ON YOUR A&P TO BRING YOU THE V\d\

KOCH DRUG STORE surrounded with pink asters and OF THE FLOCK IN.
tuberoses with asparagus fern.

On the other end was the crystal

punch bowl with crystal candlesticks \FINE POULTR

CUT RATE PRICES. in the holding center. pale pink candles 1 ; .

During the evening, the couple e ( THERE'S NO TRICK IN PICKIN' A REALL1

left for a wedding trip to Key j CHOICE CHICKEN FROM THE BEAUTIES OFFER'
West For
traveling, the bride
chose a white linen suit and hat a't' ,' ,
with brown accessories. Her, corsage A&P.

Back To School 'u.was. a. purple orchid. lGt At FrIendly Prlrr Tw
I Miss Martha ?
Ophelia of
Mrs. Long attended Mary Wash. Henry, navy sheer with navy and pink Come take your cholt
ington College at Fredericksburg, laughter of Mand. Mr. A. H. accessories. Her corsage was of r4g,( .' 4.1 I tempting ulewtri and
Henry of Starke, became the pink carnations. era for dollcloui Bui!
Va., and is ...
a graduate of the dlnn. I I John Hopkins School: of Nursing. bride of William Samuel Saunders The bride, given In marriage by !',- g ,.(S young bird tc broil i
SPECIALSFridau of State crisp, iroldeiv. brown..
and ,
She has been Ion Representative her uncle, James L. Boone
employed for the of Tallahassee .. / a tantlni pi
past three. years at the Alachua'! Mrs. S. D. Saunders of Mlddleburg chose for her :wedding a 't '" q .,.' hearty dunk !c'roant.'''
on Tuesday evening of- last week r f a A&P prlriet Iwltln
County Health Unit. gabardine suit of aqua with white prime poultry It fan'
Mr Long is a graduate of the August 15, at 8 o'clock in the accessories She wore a shoulder r 1ji, a wide. *clf>ctlon I Iq
; s" a the nation i,adln(HiFla.
Black Creek Baptist Church near (
of of white
University Florida and the corsage orchids. a

& Saturdau ONLY University Law School He served Penney Farms: The Rev Harold Mrs. Henry, mother of the bride, 1
in both the American Maxley officiated at the ceremony.The : '; Dressed & Drawn Grade A
and Euro- wore a smoke grey crepe dress

15c SCRIPT & Army pean theaters during of World war War with the II cathedral church style was with decorated baskets of In carnations with white formed accessories.her corsage.Pink FRYERS, lb. 59

white gladioli and seven-branched
5c In college, he was a mem- Mrs. Saunders chose for herson's
ber of PI Kappa Alpha social fraternity candelabra arranged before a back
wedding a gown of moss
PARKER INK Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity ground of greenery.A green crepe with black accessories. Quick Frozen Dressed & Drawn Or A

and Alpha Kappa Psl business program of nutlal music was .
corsage was of pink carnations
fraternity. He Is now an presented prior to the ceremonyby TURKEYS lb. 6J
attorney at law in Mrs Julia Sturdevant, pianist, ,'. ,
COMPLETE'LINE: OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES practicing' Following "the ceremony thf''young
Gainesville. f, of Penney Farms. :Mrs S. Bryan '
couple left for a wedding
Among the out-of-town guestsat Jennings, accompanied by Mrs. trip to Chattanooga Tenn.. .Dressed & Drawn Or. A,Florida

PENCIL BOXES LUNCH KITS the wedding were Judge and George A. Chalker of Middleburgsang After Sept. 1 Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. A. V. Long, Mr, and Mrs. "Still As The Night" (Bohn) Saunde.-s will HENS .Ib.J 54e
be at home In Mid- .
29c & 59c $2.59 W. B. Watson A. Z. Adkins. Jr., and "I Love You Truly" (Carrie dleburg, where the groom is associated ,
and Mr. and :Mrs. O. F. Stock, ol Jacobs Bond.) The traditional wed In the lumber and cattle
Gainesville; Mrs.' Felix Mrs marches
SCHOOL BAGS Long ding were used. business with his father.
Cloth Loose Leaf T. T Long, Mrs Richard
Thede, Miss '
Mamie Henry served as Among the out-of-town
$1.95 Mrs. Myra Peek, Mr. and :Mra. S. 'I guestsat .'d9e 2Htf4Ann
NOTE BOOKS maid of honor for her slater. Best the ;wedding were Mrs. J. L.
L. Peek Jr., and Mr.
and Mrs.
man was Charles Taylor.and ushers I Boone and Miss Ina Boone aunts Page Salad
WATERCOLORS 2 & 3 HOLES Roy Ward of Starke; Dr. and
were Ralph Saunders and ,.of the bride, of Tallahassee, end
Mrs. B. S. Carroll of Jacksonville
; Charles Saunders cousins of the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hammockof MUSTARD8c "Super-Right' Fancy SlicedBACONlb.
:Mrs. Comer Long of Miami; Mrs.
groom. Live Oak, uncle and aunt of the
William H. Elliot, Jr., Mrs. J. C.
PBKS4 HIKHONS The maid of honor worff'a dress groom 6-02. 9--. 65
Pope, Mrs. J. C. Pope, Jr., of 1 - -
Bring: us your next prescription and experience Fayetteville, N. C.; and Mr. and Jar Jar He. .

for yourself the dependable, accurate Mrs H. R. Randall and son of Junior Ball Team Brown-Griffis .. Rmdy-to-Eat Small Cooked

economical fast prescription service Raleigh, N. C. Ann
EntertainedBy Page Currant
i? Mr- and Mrs. A. C. Brown of PICNICS lb"SuperRight"
that has made Koch's Starke's lead. -
- -
ing drug store. Mrs. R. H. Futch Legion Post 56 and Starke approaching announce marriage the engagement of their Jell y, 1 12 oz. 23c ,

ti '. Honored At LawteyOn Jones-Langford-Whlte Post 96, daughter. Geraldine to Ronald M. ... I Fresh Ground

'The American Legion, staged a Griffls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ann Page CherryPreserves

her 64th birthday anniversary swim and supper party for the Grlffls, also of Starke. The wedding BEEF lb. ,-, - a 5
August 14, Mrs. R. H. Futch lb. 31c ,
Junior Legion Baseball Team will be an event of Saturday ,
was the guest of honor at a dinner members and their dates last nightat evening August 28, at 8 o'clockIn ,
held her home in .. Super-RlKht" lit 7" Beef
at Lawtey.

DRUG STORE Dinner was served at noon on Club.the After Camp a Blending fried chicken Officer's supper The the Rev Boatdraln C. C. Harris Baptist, pastor Church.of Ann Page FancyKetchup 7

long tables on the lawn, and Mr o'cock and the RIBROAST.lb."SuperRight" .
C H at,7 present.atlon the church, will officiate at the 19c .
K 0
FREE DELIVERY from Futch her received friends.many lovely gifts of awards to the players, ceremony.No - -

the boys were guests of H. A inVitations are' being sent Top Sirloin Bed
this affair with Mrs.
Phone 53 Starke, Fhu Enjoying Carrot at the Park Theatre In but all friends of the couple are Ann Page Sparkle
Futch all of her eleven children
were ;
Starke for a show. Invited to the wedding, and to-the STEAK.ft.--------J 9"SuperRight" 9
and host of friends and
a Commander A. ,J. Thomas Jr., reception which will be held Immediately Gelatin 6c
relatives. - -
presented each of the players witha I following the ceremonyin
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Smoked Skinned
wallet bearing the Legion em- the church hall.
I blem on one side and the wording Ann Page Fancy
'Junior Legion Baseball TeamAward1950" _ems.TAa HAMS Shank Portion Ib .5!
Macaroni lOc
and choice on the other, with - ,
jr Field'Performance your
the: individual player' Initials on 5S"SuperRight" 5
Compare will be a the Inside. Like gifts were also t IICTARKE ; 'Butt Portion Ib. - .

given to Coach Herb Thomas and ,

JOHN DEERE Coach Arthur Hardee. W. H. Graham FL-:. Pork Loin

President of the Starke
Rotary Club, presented Coach: FrL, Sat. Aug. M, 16 'Mel' END ROAST lb -Jlona 6
Herb Thomas with resolution .
"M'; a r DOUBLE FEATUREHenry -
Model ,
The John Deere U ag'
e1r r e passed by the Rotary Club commending -
'r &i The
; t tractor that invites comparison.
him for his
4 % In usable power, in ease of han fine work .
v.-ith the local team. Thompson SeedlessGRAPES Flour, 25 lb. .
*e' r dlin comfort for the operator, Rainmaker
w tihn- r t' in darine day-out economy, in Guests Invited to attend the lb.
f 10c .
8iN .In addition to the lona
party players Peaches
't ease of servicing, it offers you Raymond Walburn, No. 2% -
their dates and coaches were: W.
value. Walter Catlett
extra .
..s ,, ''x In the Model "M" you'll find all H. Graham, George Maeassa. Sam PLUS Dexo, 3 lb. can . . .. 1
Anderson. James R.
r the fundamental feature which Walnwrlght, Cantaloupes 19c

+N 1 j*:$ have made John Deere 2- Under Harmon Morgan Gil Newcomb, Trail's EndJohnny ea. Milk, White House 2 tall .
J. W. Andrews, A. J. Eaves, H. ,
d Tractors so successful down 6 6
4; A. Bishop. Jr., Frank Reyes andE. Mack Brown Tomatoes . .
ctn. 19c
I'a Afi c' through the ya s-simple), rugged : Silver Dust . 2
"' design proper weight distribution L. Matthew Plus Comedy Serial Soap Powder

e. extra lugging power and Mon., Tuva, Aug. 17 29 Cauliflower ) 1
f others. Built-in Touch-o-matlc hy Miss Edwards Feted Sun lge.hd.25cCabbage Marcal Napkins .

f e draulio control self starter, adjustable On AnniversaryMiss ., ..
t m t air-cushioned seat adjustable Woman In Hiding 5
Jewel 1 Oil .' '. .
lb. . 5c qta.
r .h at! steering wheel and standing Carolyn Edwards celebrated
'p :u ? platform are regular feature her seventeenth birthday anniversary Ida Luplno. Howard Duff "

l t J _., I, A wide variety of Quik-Tatch with a swimmias party rtssr Cartoon,. Short, News Beans, Pole: lb. 15c Surf, New Suds Discovery

r.- working tool four forward and dinaer' at the KIngstoy Lake I .
r and power takeoff are other "M" horn of Mr. and1' Mr. F. C. Hotllncsworth -,Wad Thar, A.B. M; 31 Lemons, )Ige. sz., lb. :- : 19c Old Dutch Cleanser,' i

}' r! b"* feature you'll appreciate. Plan to Friday August 18.'!, DOUBLE FEATURE -
Toilet Bath -
Y Hostess this occasion Mrs. Soap Bar -
on was
the "M" at work .
ee soon; see u*
I; for a demonstration. J. M. Edwards. Young Lovers Sweetheart' . 12c
Swimming was enjoyed followed Bath BarLux

with a fried chicken: dinner with' Forest.Keefe Soap . I2c
C. H. Nasworthy General Supplies all the trimmings. I Sally Brasilia Regular Bar ,

Enjoying this affair with Carolyn Swan Soap . 2 for 17c
Eest Call Street Starke, Florida Phone 198-J were Misses Nancy Knight -AND- Regular Bar

Geraldine Shaw, Shirley' Shaw JoAnn Pirates Ivory Soap . 2 for
Prairie 17e
Milllgan. and Wanda Agner. Medium BarLifebouy ,,,,,. -,. -._
J. T. Prevail. Herman SmIth Bill .
-: : Glrdy. Carl Lamarr Johns, Michael Tex WilliamsAlso Soap, fez bar. -. 12c Fla
L New 300 Call
E. Starke
Clark.Pickerin and Connie Mack Duz Soap Powder .' T iSe ,

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;',, Johnny oneS"SSd Mrs. A. E. McKinney and Miss Miss Carol White spent last Mr and Mr. F. F. Stump had at Mr. and Mra. R. A. Colson and (oFFICIALAsEClerk of'saidhCourt. which there Is an ..xl.tlnastai./ ri 10 a<'r... '
Elliott i Sarah Barefoot spent Thursday week visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. their children road. A* to all lands title to on.. TAU8TKES OF THE! INTERNAL
guests last week their son-ln last week vacationing
)II'S. Jackson afternoon of last week In Jackson Underwood By Myrtle T. P..av..r J>. C. halt of all petroleum anlhrMfourths : IMPROVEMENT FUND OB" THE .
visItors to of Brooksvllle.Mlas law and daughter Mr. and Mrs at Lake Santa Fe. Carloa D.Iarp.'i 104 W. Unlv.r.lty of other minerals will b* I!TATE Q1'' FLORIDA
e8I Av. ., fl material ,' TRUSTEES 1.. t. FUND
week Florida reenrv.d. All lonabl. v
rday of last ville.Mr. Hazel Phillips returned W. H. Thomson, and family oMontlcello. Mra. Lamarr Curry has as her Ally. !Jor fit. 884t18| \ | I. r.nrrv.d. : :P.y A. J. Thomas. Agent
WadsWorth spent thLt .'and Mrs. Herbert Deal left Tuesday after two weeks at a Bible guests this week her mother nnHCRlPT10NSW\4: of NW'4 of ,'"of BRADFo.RIJ:; COUNTT.U I

.on and daughter- this week for a month's vacation conference In Asheville, N. C. Miss Joy Dollar and Jerry Dol- Mrs. Lillian Brlgga; and her In Vlnrldai rinvlt Im Court hancvrr Bradford C*.atr, 8WV. \{ see. S3, '''P. t a? Ran.,. II

her end lIfrS. T. H. wa.cisBunnell. in the mountains of North Caro- Complete photographic son It't' lar returned to their home in Carlo grandmother, Mrs. S. K. Klttler Julius I N. Warren beteadent Plaintiff' vs- e. .
AV. ,
Urac Warr.n
lina.Mr. Hollywood Camera! & Gift Shop Ga., Tuesday after spending both of Columbus Ohio. I Case No. 8049

crosby, H. Dawdaughter and Mrs. W. G. Underwoodand opposite Florida Theatre.' Ph. Z65 a week: here visiting their uncle Mrs. Alvin Barge and three children -' Order. Of Publication .And Notice ToApvrar
yrL Emily Janene little daughter Gaye of Freddy Thomson of Montlcellc and aunt, Mr. and Mrs J. : arrived from Atlanta to open Grace W Warren whose taut known NOT/C
last Sunday; ; Brooksvill spent! last weekend Is address was: ttot North Alabama
spending this Kelly cottage Lake
week here on Kingsley
vllls, spent visiting Kite.Mr. R'j Ualn.avlllo, Alaohua County ..I...-.: ourrcue-
II'S. DawkinS' father visiting: Mr. and Mrs. W. O. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. E. F. Miles for two weeks. She has as her You ar. required to appear on In order to provide more efficient and quicker service! to .
J) White, Sr., and Miss Carol White. F. F. Stump. last weekend in Warner guests her parents Mr. and Mrs. September in, 191111, Irt! the abov.named '
LunM... Court and cause, wherein tomers, effective) September 1, I860, our banking hours will be:
Ga. Milton L. Fleetwood of Carters plaintiff k.
Bill F. Miles left visiting Mrs. Miles' mother, divorce, custody and
last week for San Antonio Wednesday Texas of Mrs. A I. Brown. On their return I villa and Mrs. John Mount of At- control relief Hrniirord of minor County rhltlren and Tel.rraph other

Branch of to report for duty with the Army trip Sunday they visited Miss Lily lanta. Mr. Burge and Mr. Mount four shall "weekly publish iH.ura.this Order in next 9:30: A.M. to 1:30: P.M. daily except Thursdays.
Tg will arrive Saturday for a stay of 1 ,"
Air Force. Starling In Hahlra, Ga. Witness my hand and official' sal

INSURANCEt Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite had as Mrs. Rosa Girton of St. Petersburg member several days.of the Mr.construction Burge Is firm a at UIO.Htark., Florida, this August 13,I Thursdays. 9:30: ,A.M. to 12:00: Noon:

: their was in Starke and vicinity (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma.,
guests last
.. weekend Mist of Strother-Barge, Atlanta Mr. A. Clerk of said Court "
--- last weekend ,
----- visiting Mr. and Mrs 1<<
Evelyn Carpenter and Miss Ray Mount la an executive of the Coca- By Myrtle T. 1-.av..r 11. C. '
McCarthy of Atlanta, Ga. Cleveland Neel and other relatives Cola Company's Atlanta office, I Carlos Av..E. .Gainesville Harper, 104, Flu.W, University The change* la hours which conforms to banking hours observed In

Miss Garnlta Hutto returned and looking after property :while Mr. Fleetwood is president Attya. for I'lf. US4ti16NOTirn | emp10y.e .servingthe
WALL AGENCYPLEASE interests. .. neighboring cities, will permit all: officers and
Sunday after spending two weeks' I and editor of the Dally Tribune- ,
vacation In Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson had i News BRADFOnn' public) to work unbroken' shift until closing time.
Washington, D. C., visi and The Weekly Tribune- COUNTY, FLORIDA, .
PHONE 146 ting Mrs. as their guests last weekend Mr. News Au,.;".. 14. A n 19(0. '
George K Cartersvillo.
and IS JI1CRKHY: GIVEN thatpurnu&nt
Mrs. A. B. Walker of Savannah -
Constant Service Over 50 Years The Rev and Mrs. Jake Thomas Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson i Mrs. A. II. Harley III and Miss 1501)6) Laws to "Unction Florida 9 of, Chapter. of :
and son of Lake 'Janice Dlrham 1837. known; a.o ;
Butler were guestsof and their guests spent Sunday at returned this week the Murphy Act, the
Mr. and Mrs. after spending two weeks visiting follow InaJenorllxiil<< land In Hrailford I
Johnny Chlldresaand
Marlneland.Mr. County Florida. will b. off rt -
family Saturday of last week. and Mrs. George H. Bunch Mrs ROBe Porter in Plalnwell. *( for sale at public outcry for the Florida Bank at Starke ,
Mffhef.t and hunt hid
Mrs. W. L,. Blair and her sister, and daughters Barbara Ann and Mich., Mr. a ad Mrs. Edgar Dlr to th. rlsrit: of the rash Trll.t.....subject of th. .
Mlaa Amy Coburn are of flames formerly ham In Preemont Ohio, Mr and Internal Improvement Fund to s
spending Georgianna, City reject any and all bid., at the :Member Florida'. National Group
Mrs. J. V. Robinson in Mechanics-
a month visiting their sisters, of Starke. have returned from Courthouse, .beginning at 10:00: o'rlock -
Mrs. J. Don Smith In E.1: Dorado, their summer home in Banner Elk burg. Ohio and Mr. and Mrs I. bar A.D.PliO.AM. on. the 1 day of Octo. Member. Federal IK-poalt Insurance Corporation I
D. Wells in Outside of muntrlpalltM. -
Kan Atlanta Ga.
? and Mrs. Don McCann of N. C. While there they visltec aiiimnt for road right
Dedicated To Community Service Caspar, Wyo. Mr. Bunch's parents, Mr. and MrsA. W. H. Noll man, who is spendingthe of served way from SAO feet wlcl. will\ .h. r.' -

"Movies Are Better Than Ever" Dr. 'and Mrs. M. C. Stith Jim W. Bunch in Statesvllle, and summer in Ashville N. C., arrived any parcel through

Stith and Miss Sandy Stith o< Mrs. Bunch's parents, Rev. and here last Friday for a few -

1' Aug, 26, ONLY Tues. & Wed., Aujr. 29 & 30 Washington, D.C., and Miss Mary Mrs. A. C. Swofford of Shelby N. days stay. (

COLE FEATURE Brownlee and Miss Joyce Hum C. On their return this week the Miss Sue Biggs and Miss Peggy .LOM RLINFACYOR ihi 11

A yi phreys of Baltimore Md., were Buncha occupied their newly completed Caldwell returned Thursday after Copt Y SERVICE ;=

/i god guests of Mr and Mrs. H. I* home on Peninsular DriveIn spending a week at the home of

Brownlee this week. flames City. Ool and Mrs. O. W. Griffin In

who tried to St- AuffUHtlne. I GUARANTEED REPAIRS:

be good..1is II i ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing 1111 1111R. I to B.spend a. White a weeks'Jr.,vacation left Saturady visiting -' 'Watches, Watch Bands Cloc Jewelry Pens!!!, Lighters I

Established 189 his parents, Col. and Mrs. R.
that A II O. White Sr.. in St. Augustine "Your printed Factory_Guarantee-h Just Like Monty To Mel"Ray

bad? Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome, Marlin :
Miss Evelyn: Newsome and Morris

B. ALVARII Z & TRANSFER Williams returned last weekend --- '-; _..- -- -. --- ::ioF--:4i.--L" : ::. : :-- -. -. .._-
> SON STORAGE COD alter' spending a weeks' vacation I ICARPENTER'S

In Lenolr, N. C., and Atlanta, Ga.

7 '' Q. C. Jinkins of Lake City ls
A- o {ve operate localdistance relief manager of Lovetfa whilemanagf'l' I
.e Ernest Phillips Is on vacation
R e ALYtptZ C SO& 4 I A long
for two weeks.
rrw..e Ira anyu'hero in U. 8.
..v'y gMOVINQ Sv + Mrs Selma Brunson and daughter '',
.SUERIDANMAIUREWEFete It 'G..a n.' I EXCELLENT Jane., of Orangeburg, S.C., : S

t spent Monday through Sunday of FOUNTAIN SPECIAL Get ,
Smith Specialty Si Latest STORAGE! last week here with her parents Get

News Chief and Mrs W. E. Thornton. Large Limeade

Capers" Cartoon dt FACILITIES Mrs. J. A. McIntyre and children ProPhyLacTicAnahist

lUng of Rocketmen" Thurs. & Fri., Aug. 31, Sept. lMon. Agents For al Billy and Ouraine, of Au-

burmlale, spent Wednesday Cool SC Refreshing

.. Aug. 27 & 28'DrClllss DelcherBros. See through Saturday of last week ToothBrushes
us here with her parents Chief and ,

rt ; Mrs W. E. Thornton. In anAtomizer '
j jIt Air. and Mrs John W., Mullin
Baked Ham Plate
and daughter, Johanne of Media,

OF IDAHO Pa., arrived Monday for a visit Homo baited nerved with IAAed. '

r with Mrs. Mullin's brother-tn-law beams green salad, brown bread. I'
ibMig ,
and 3 For
sister Mr. and Mrs A. W. (

WILLIAMSVAN Anderson Sr. The visitors 10 cc size ,

paused a day en route to visit Only l'

JOHNSONJOHN their eon Jay Mullin, who recent 5Oc

ly Joined the Marine Corps and l I.

LUND EFFICIENT training at Parrla Island, S,C.Mr -'
.. Veda Webb' .
1 III I'I and children,
uifonTtfOroheatra This funeral home is dedicated to reliable Ruby and Fred, returned this week SI 59CI

lust XewsLASSIFIED after spending a week visiting
flue LaWst 'Marsh of Time" service. There are no boundary Mrs.' Webb's sister Mrs Lucille i

47 lines to the territory we are always Siren, in Perry. r -
-- --- ----
-- ----- -- -- Mrs.
--- Lettie
Parker 'of Tampa
ready to serve. Is spending some time here visiting j,

her'son-in-law and daughter,
_. -------- Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Listerine
--- --- ---- Wynn Tooth Paste (2 reg. 45c tubes) ONLY 59c

1940 CuHhman motor MOVING HAULING of any kind DeWITT C. JONESPhone Recent visitors at the home of
(in rood condition S.. See Billy Jackaon Jackaon Tran. Mrs. Ara Moltt were Mr. and Mrs
Bradford County T.I. far Co.. Ph. 165 or 49W. U W. A. Alvarez
of Jacksonville,
7 Starke Fla.
SINGER SEWING MACHIVB! CO., Sidney C.. Alvarez of Glendale,
t Ont Remlncton .21 an. I 402 N. Marlon St,, Lake City, Fla. I Funeral Director Ambulance Service Calif.. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Car We render dependable pre.eriptlon'service and com*
I rifle, brand new. Loads I for NEW and USED: Singer SewIng -
> stock. | o-F. I. B.lly, i Machln.. Reasonable monthly ter of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs.J. .
4 I County Telegraph. dhIIEI t..r.... and special Quarterly Our local funeral home enables u to offer conveniences, and M. Hull of Lacoochce Mr. and pound your prescription exactly the way your doctor :
Bemk*Annual, and Annual terms
for farmor Com. In to ace u. services not otherwise available.We Mrs. J. Max!* Hull of Tallahassee desires It.
ft.. A SEHVICR!-.!.. or phon. (80, or writ. u. or tree and Mrs. R: Kennedy of Quality drugs at minimum'priccs assure,
.rrvlre. Pkoa 164* d.mon.tratloni In your horn.. I 6' .I I'
Eltrtrla S.rvle. tRKPtlllEL stal River. you satisfaction.CARPENTER'S.
furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and

't-iou All Model.. FOR HOME FREE PHONE TELEVISION 239'! IM Chan.TOUR C. accept ANT life Insurance policy In force issued by ANTcompany I... Clrenlt la (Caaecery."_... ........ ('...tr.

Nurse, seer..tee. 81i.ph.rd" Radios, Seat cover, as payment In part or la full on a funeral. Ern.et 8."lor., Plaintiff ..... Linda
I. t. T. V. Stark. UTILE Sc.la '
IHrPHBHD Beltlore. Det.nd..n.
lid,..., Starke. tPk. SOP) Consultation carries no obligation. Case No. :
Ord. Of _""..atl... AM N.......Te
... ;
'" i 'I'ATH 0"1 "I.OIUJ TOt .
II' .I\ 1.1.1) 1 ff11 1 1.lnd. Scala '
tJRoVOORAPIIS. Bence and ddr...irr.7Vla'1nomaVn"a
,au;". ,...... W. l.stall all kind of toe l I. older No. t Poaiallo flames Italy" The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled f
LEa C. SHEPHERD! sew ...."..r... You are required' to appear on ft I

IIldl.on St.. Stark Hard Tile for bathe kitchens.. C. Nasworthv General Supplies Hrpt.mber named Court IS, and 1950,Cause in th., wherein above t

... .
Armstrong's Restlent TUe for Plaintiff k dlvnrc. Mradforf' l
YOUR TIMBER County Telegraph .hall public thin
floors such as Asphalt Tile Order ln next four weakly I..U.K.
Starke Phone 198 /
NOW 232 E. Call St. Witness my hand and official, seal :
t Cork Tile, Linoleum Tile & Florida, thl. August
Cash Prices Paid st60.Stark.: 23. '
Yard Goods eta SHOP AT DENMARK'S
,, Bugs (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thom.. SAVE!
L BU YiN AIM Mohawk Carp.lla A. Clark| paid Court
BULK'OR Beautiful Refrigerator IJy Myrtle I T, Dearer, Clerk
| Call for FREE ESTIMATES. T. Frank "< Stars: : : .
I IN UNIT as Ii? II'u'n. Florida
.. '
Philco Special e $194.50 A ttl' for fit. ||25 41 MI, it
1w! *" Circuit *"...-... II...(..r4 Coa.lr. S Visit Our Store For Unusual :
PECK JUDD TILE CO.M. Florid. !. 4'a..e.ry.
I John W. Nancy. Xlavl. UO"dlnw. Plaintiff
Turner R. Judd v.
Pk. ::1115.... atarko Broil Under Glass Marlon Douflmm Uoodln, Defendant Bargains "Every Day
lf.0. Box 463alnesviIJE' Case ,
No 8040
) Philco Range - $144.95 .. .. ft r..U.a.... N."... To
', Fla. HOi;!BWI VF.SI. Save.._ _Moa.y.".. and. .k'lpSTARKU !: App..p. TATH OF
.__.... _.. ... __ ___ FLORIDA TO
.uup m. .. Marlon Douglas Use Our Budget Plan
,. Uoodlnv' whoi. /
a-t JEH KY DAIIIY pa.ten.rl .., I 6 residence l I., Unknown:
It _Ilk. FrMk d.Hr.. a per
card and I You
I . ..... are required to appear on
H..1. -
'. < !! < to your .r. R.pt.mber 15
19110. in
;. the abov.
eome . $193.00Philco
see you: ... ..d milk 2Zo: tit pip HM(: Philco Freezers named Court and rau.. wherein -
Southl.n"Fro..n Plaintiff/ .."k. divorce and ....tnr.- Your Last Chance At Thin!\ Price'To Buy The .
WASTED: 80 ATTENTION FARMERS: lion:/ of mald.n nam. Rr.dford
uton asno pound pants for or Food..I no., of Plant for City th.jrl.lil ., I (Bounty Telegraph .hall publl.h thl. Famous Perfect Sleeper (Uy 'Serta)
Bradford County '1'.1.'R .- Florida de.lr.i 1951 Order In neat four w..kly |ta.u.a.
from a broccoli acreage In Witness my hand and official .."!
the Stark area. It you have the .. ..' at Mtark., Florida this August 11,
lLIoII Blad.n loam type .oil write \,. u Television2Yi! in. $169.95 191ft. Innerspring Mattress'
Ttl'ltaph The Bradford Owed Field pre..ntatlv, Care OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas at ,
will pay 10 of Southland Fro..n Foods, Plant' V srsfsr ff-fJ-r* rm rmrr\ -f ir-r- A. Clerk of said Court
1 or Clan old colton r.... City Fla. Th. broccoli l I. to b.,. -j j fff t-rf RMyrtl.. T. D.a...., D.pnt. Clerk FOR
button. plan..d near Oct. 1. 1960, for ba 6116-/t.Iil{ Price Advances To 59.M Sept. 1
vest during December. JanuaryiSK" 1951 FM Table Model 4950
P CHILDREN "", aDd until M5.rp"i"; .. Clmlt C...... firadfr "I"I In my Philco Radio - a $ 62.50 Fgrld.i !. ttimmrrrr.onald .
'.. Ih. week > >. .
Un. R.a.on. I Simmons. Plaintiff ...
Clyde Prl..t. FOR BALE:: Solid mapl. dinette Th.lina Mae Simmon., twr.nd.nt.
1ep a-1a suite. like new 6 chair., table,, ("... No. 11044iffntr. 1 The Bvolutlonarjr, tTncondltlonallySmooth : Guaranteed
and china cabln.t. |9S. Attaway 0.de. 0' PublIruti... Aed ....1.. T.
t11.TjKyllryB. TbI.I.Eon. 107 Lafay.lt. liP Freezer Paper, 400 ft. Roll $ 4.25 I h.lma A Mm STATE Klmmnn.OP Ffonil, whurrrl. 'Tl. Top Innerspring Mat. '

tlntereeted"b..t Route. In the FEMALE HELP WANTED' Call on, nc. .I. Wa.hlna-tnn/ D. C., H33 tre... A teal Bargain.
ot 15 and between friends, make money'! Phow ri- ... .6 Parkland Court., K. E.: +
honer anti. l6. d..tumh"d card ortm,,ntH. You arc required to appear on They Arc Going Fa.C-Ha Sure
write Th. So R. Rig valuesa.Iltmaleight. p.y 100 Hrpt.mb.r 15th 19110, In th. aboir. $59 50 j
8 rune nr. $6r W..t percent potlt. Floral Statl"n"Y. Speed Queen.Washing} named Court and cause. wherein, And Don't Ge; Left Out. r
N. E.. Atlanta compl.t IIn. Extra I'nnus. Machine "- <. $ 99.95 plaintiff/ ...ka dlvorrRradtord
at 6iE. CHARf 598 PeachtreeN. t County Telegraph shall pul.ll.h thl.rdrr .
J "II a:1: r>*P aos; Atlanta, na HPETXTINOUISHERS ...... In nest four weekly' I...".>. a
.. Ch"vrolet Sedan.a I Wltn.M my hand and official aesl! r

10.battery.1.. A.Ra<.Inuo< AnItp FIRE Also wV dill ."tlneul.h.e.FOR SALE Inquire Red Rubber 10 Year Guarantee 119111."t Htark., Florida/ this Aucuit !J. Look! Look! Lamp Close Out!

at fire elation Htark. ItFOH ft. $ 6.95 I (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J Thoreau.
> Garden Hose, 50 - A. Clark of said rourf.
ttalrt "Arca- J>y Myrtle. T. Dw r> f.

...',*-,'htM....OBilnln.'*dru.*,. .afllms...h.fr!...at..n. T.diwtt. Q.igler RENT:4..:..-..rOOm.tJt., garage house. etc. If J. .., Joke nnlat 3 Av.H.. ""/JackMHrvtll....... ITM%. Pie.H23 C.* ,Beautiful Table LampsDenmark '

N 95 AIIya for Plf. .1 .- t..IU
.. -TsY .
t rsrnhhel bou... : FOR niBNTl. P bath" ?er.2I1 garage' Tt'Qul.I. $69.95 Ice Boxes - I. n....'. ("_-;;:-;;... ... <<:.*..ff.F' Rptar f15.83 .alUI'II'' "
1urator room .
.., "" Cfeflia..pv.i I
... a. oro.. .. ftfffjj-fm-t rf rj ff i -B f f*
'oooonL Vacant 1., .., (i..or.. W. Singleton l Plaintiff. **.
II' IICMabnnIt Sept.1lt.w NOTICE Do not buy ..cond hand .. $ 2.50 Mary Singleton' > Defendant. BALE ,
stolen If 5ft. Ca* No .4. 795
b. Well]) Pipe -
farm tool. tb.y may 2 in .. mICE --' 1
nottt) fled.* Of rmHr.H *l 1lrr T. 6
plee. .
AT already _P"r!h iou ..
Inf.r.eted Stark and -p mir "T''TR OP FLOIllnA TOP
ulllldll\C In trading Mr. H. C. Boyer, UP ... Mary Singleton, who.. r..ld.nc. 1
I"t. .
with' lIvabl. I. citY will. not lose.LOST and ad<1r... I.: 4117 Frame Place, -
The\ lot.. Nate D0.hou... .01'... ...,tlon ,rolld."d lu'hlnr. Long Island, New York
,at aoUt In bu.ln..a Too are require' to appear on1
City limit., p... knits with Well pt.mbr IS, 1160 In tb. abov.am.d ..
Itorshop.qulpmeat .101.... Valued for .ntJm.ntal returned ran STA-RITE Pumps Court and ...-.., wherein Furniture
t .on. Reward. If. 1:0: plaintiff ue.k. dlvorc/ Bradford Co.
'''''. D' newspaper offlcu.FOR County Telegraph .hall pnhll.h thl.rrd.r .
n.. ater.1. Bow ap.rt- In fleet four w..Mly lrt.o.a\
ltp JUCWT: Two I.room Witness my band and official s.al! PHONE 151
I\Brabmr .. manly with electric refrigerators a' fltark. Florida. tale An.o.t 21. STARKE, ,I'LA
yearll g 111111. and stove. Rent 'mn : 1
sat U"
ulCoenee: bar .... :
: U.ItD. ..W..bID..on. 8L.0starti. It '11





25 1 9 5 0


Television Great Education Aid; -Winkler's Labor-Saving Appliances Pre-School Physical tteck-Up |

I Shepherd Ready To Sell & Service t I, Are A Great Help To Busy MothersNow Of Children Urged! By Koch's I IWell

j it was a wonderful summer tion
dealer for the famous -Indeed
O-lIlachool Starke' ,
that the new t9l> he
The miracle of Television has, room work by many teachers. : Is line of electric refrigerators wasn't it? No matter where danger his might
under It Hotpolnt
be oWn
will soon way life
opened up an entirely new world Thus today we find radio and i term mothers of school- another "must" for the you .went-mountain*, seashore, of his school and
essential for mates.
for the school student Is the opinion television serving a double purpose housewife who must economize or lake-no doubt the children had Koch's Drug
of Chas. Shepherd local radio -not only entertainment, but age children to begin planninghow the thrifty In these days of high foodco.t. a.. wonderful time and will return suggest that Store wOUld,,
to use their time during you
and television dealer. education as well. The newt day to best advantage.With by saving all the foods poslble. to school next Monday brown as a to the family physIcIan takl; **

The popularity of radio Is given broadcasts of today become the the servant problem still You can buy genuine Hotpoint berry full of vim vigor, and vitality ing over" early 111 the nn

the credit for having enhancedthe pages of history of tomorrow. unsolved It Is necessary more and refrigerators and range and rarfn to 1'01! term. If the doctor
interest of young people in Every school-age child should laborsaving small down paymentand But fall and winter are just gellt a tonic shoe
more that mothers rely on now for a as a !
good music drama and other educations I have, the advantage of having his devices and modem home easy terms. It is actually fals. round the corner and unless you or a round of vitamins"bulldtr"

forms of entertainment I own room equipped with a small appliances in order to have any economy to be without these mod- are armed with the proper drug to Koch' where tb
In addition each
of his -
radio set own
Now that Television is a reality I very when they necessities your child might de- prescription and
That Is kitchen appliances
television W leisure time at all. ern gIven|
to the
it will give audiences, young and the larger family Excellent rI the Bendix: Home Laundry sold In can be had so reasonably. velop a common cold that will side ration. You MOuld carer

old a chance to see the best In set In radios living room.be for Starke by the Winkler Electric And of course, Winkler's is also cause him to lose all that wonderful vitamins right now

the theater opera, sports, and small little can Just imagine bought the Service 222-224 Temple Ave., can headquarters for radios television reserve of health and strength child's health 10,!I
money /
other entertainment fields. delight very of your child If you pre .. '. be a real "life-saver" for mothers and combinations and their' built up during the summer. colds will be built V2
Mr. Is trained and i all mode In the next nine months your cold weather-
Shepherd sent him with one of these won- of school children who find It difficult extensive line Includes arnvet
to install and service G. E., : child will come In contact with Koch'
qualified derful little Instruments at the to keep the youngsters In of such well known makes as also remind (thit
Television, and handles complete beginning of the new school year! clean clothes all the time. Most Zenith, and Motorola. Another : other children, some of whom may soda fountain-lunch i

lines of Admiral, Bendlx, RCA and Also imagine the cultural advantages MONDAY a mothers and housewives do not realize point to remember when buying ''I be the bearers of contagious diseases I open every day .enC",

Sparton sets. that will come to him as a that they can own a genuine electrical appliances Is that Wtak : he will be exposed to the quality nourishing 2

In stressing the I importance of result of the fine program. that Bendlx Home Laundry for as little ler' "service what they sell," and : cold and damp of the winter and sandwiches so pop7tt

radio and television to the student, come over the air during every AUG. 288:30A.M. as $199.95 and on convenient terms, If you're having trouble with any school months. Therefore one of lunch hour or after *

out that hour of the day. too If they desire. It will pay electrical appliance, or want an the most Important phases of get- young people "

Mr.some Shepherd programs, such points as historic See Charles Shepherd for your L them many times over in savingson estimate on wiring etc., just go ting ready for school Is to provide cater tojta J-wmifcoJtf-
and call Winkler'inumber ., your child with a thorough physical to
broadcasts," schools of the air etc., new radio or television, or serviceon laundry, and In and con- to your phone the fountata
venience. 166. Your troubles will check-up before the term, be- they like the
will actually be assigned as class your old set. way they life
Winkler Electric Service is also be promptly solved! I gins. No child can get what he Steve Simmons
Head these important "Back to School" messages on this page should from his school work unless said "we owner ot

from our local merchants and then shop with them for your he Is in good physical condi- to pay us a cordially visit. Inl'!
Gem Jewelrv Offers Finest Watches school needs.Modern. .
Good Clothing! For All The Family

Best Repair Service, Lovelv Jewelrv Mothers Must Save Time At Modest Cost Is Sullivan Motto Setzer's Low'Prices On OiiaKtyFiJ

Tes, railroad time must be dependable -' has come to be recognized as synonymous Boon To Budget!! Bound School Mnti
-that's why it is such a with quality jewelry and With Good Appliances Bob Kite Says HERB WE GO AGAIN! On'' will make SULLIVAN'S their!

high compliment to the Gem Jewelry expert watch repair Ed Simpson the threshold of another grand shopping headquarters. Our r

that Its watch repair depart-' proprietor says:, "We offer and glorious school year. school clothes are carefully chosen Plenty of fine wholesome foodis Setter's prices are rock)
ment is the one officially designated everything In the nicer line of A smooth-running, wrtl-organ- Maytag, Automatic Continental Yes the prospect is thrilling for wearabillty simplicity ad economy p "must" if children are to remain By selling for cash and h

for use by the railroad ir jewelry and you are always assured !Ized household is absolutely necessary "With the many labor-saving but alas and alack it also provides and we cater to the little healthy and full of pep dur- the "self-service" (when

Starke. of real value /when you shop for the well-being and happiness devices offered by these computes some serious headaches for boy as well as the little girl. ing the long fall winter spring mere select their purdiait

Another distinction of which the with us." of the famllyeepaclallydurin. there is no reason why mother mothers who are confronted with For mothers who prefer to school season Educators and' out clerks) method, i
school months when every families should the problems of outfitting their make their children's clothes we doctors alike agree that health
Gem Jewelry is proud Is that It is Watch repair service at the Gem of even the largest keep overhead expenses dm
the only authorized Bulova and and minute counts: This was the ob- not have several hours of leisure youngsters with good, warm cloth have a nice selection of piece and energy are essential to a childif pass the savings on to theli
Is noted for Its high servation made this week by J. R. ing that will wear well and and notions he is to maintain '
Elgin dealer In this city: And If time every day Mr. Kite stated yet goods --color fast and good grades, satisfied customers In the I
would mean so much to that boy owner. of fine watches throughout (Bob) Kite of the ELECTRIC "If you already have ill of these not put undue strain' on the family wear-proof fabrics for as little a* participate in sports and keep lower prices.

or girl of yours to start the fall this area have depended on Mr. SERVICE SUPPLY in discussIng conveniences, we can still be of pocketbook.At 490 per yard. absenteeism at a minimum. And the harried I
term of school with one of these Simpson ever since he has beenIn the approach of the new school assistance to you in keeping them I a tune like this when the If you are faced with the prob- Setzer's sole mission In Starkeis mother can find anythln

nationally advertised timepiece. Starke to keep their timepieces term.A running at top efficiency," Mr .' rising coat of living makes every lem of outfitting one or more to supply the largest variety of wents in the food line at !

Everyone knows that a reliable operating with precision accuracy. modem mother with the Kite said. "Th more hopeless penny count the buying public children with warm winter clothes fine foods to be found in any supermarket -no need to waste preciou

watch Is student' most valued Many other useful gifts await ever-increasing demand on her you think your appliance Is, the depends more and more on a place that will stand lots of hard wear In this vicinity to the going from store to store

friend and constant companion. your selection In attractive displays time must have the assistance of more skillfully we get It back in like SULLIVAN'S DRY GOODS and yet be attractive, come to people of Bradford county at the the various groceries and
at the Gem. Handsome modern conveniences and where a conscientious effort Is SULLIVAN'S and let us help lowest prices anywhere. When
Punctuality is one of the most Im- appliances working order. Even their tradein you eLe\ needs. Be It canned
I portent traits a young person can I fountain pen and pencil seta are If she Is to devote the value will ba greater if you made to keep prices at a low level make your selections. You will be mothers do their dally or weekly fresh fruits, frozen food

learn, and a good watch, Is the another "must" for the busy student necessary attention to her childrenMr. keep them property repaired now. Our friends and customers know delighted with our merchandise food shopping at Setzer's, they are meats, dairy products dot

best way to teach It. No excuse : and when those allImporttant .. Kite stated. "That Is why And we handle every appliance, that we are trying to supply their and agreeably surprised at'th assured of their money's worth of bakery goods, or what hay

then to be late to classes or appointments birthdays roll around, nothing we are always glad to welcome large or small in the same ac needs at a reasonable coat, and moderate prices that prevail fine guaranteed groceries and If it's something to eat, Shave
The Gem Jewelry it could be more suitable than a mothers into our stores and to curate careful way. When we they seem to appreciate the ser And we not only cater to chtl meats The savings effected by illMothers!

now displaying the sensationalnew beautiful birthstone mounted in a demonstrate to them the many I repair we guarantee our work and vice.This dren. There are plenty of ItemsIn trading at Setzer's allows house- I don't delay! It

Miss America and Director handsome setting. Mr...Simpson way. in which we can be of service -, we make the appliance look like season those adorable little stock to Interest their mother wives to add variety to their not already one of Setzer'i

15 jewel, complete with snake earnestly solicits' your business and show them how to save a new and run like new-at a low school girls, who are just as fash- as well. You are cordially wel- shopping which will be reflected ands of satisfied customer

band or expansion band, priced at and invites you to drop In at any precious minute here and there sensible cost to you. We employ ion-conscious as their mothers, come to come In and look around. In better more delicious meals on today. See the savings In

only $33.75. Fully guaranteed.Since time annd look around., that quickly add up into hours at only ;professional, licensed. electricians. the family dining table, resulting and time that can be yo

its establishment In See the Gem's beautiful window the end of the day" he continued. In better appetites and healthier shopping In this complete, n

Starke in 1940 the Gem Jewelry display. ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUP- "1f you are having trouble with Driggers Furniture Company Urges bodies friendly food store!

PLY is local headquarters for appliances any electric appliance, or wantan

I Healthful Foods At S.R. Johns' I the following and: equipment Crosley well-known? ., Shelvador made manufacturers by, problem to your estimate phone will be on, and solved wiring call "TO.just Your go Private Study- Nook For Students. Housewives. Relv On The Washetei

I Provide Energy. For School ChildrenWith I Starke Shoe Repair Offers DiscountOn the Yes vacation it is days hard are to already believe' over that In things home to work work if you with.give Nowadays them the To Save Valuable Time And Money

but the fact remains that school when there are so many outside

the cost of living high and ety'or tasty foods, containing tarts next Monday and parents attractions to'compete with, par Truly the drudgery of wash day of laundering Is In no

going higher all the time, the larger quantities of the proper Family Work As School Special with school children ents must make the home as at- day has been removed for the busy I.tlon to prepare her aclu

thrifty housewife will have to use building vitamins, than the B. R. ,. should be, tractive as possible in order to housewife. children the good, hot

her Ingenuity more than ever this Johns Grocery where quality and thinking of ways and means to keep their boys and girls around Now THE WASHETERIA located -I meal that they require dun

winter to keep her school age economy are always first consider- "Now that school Is opening I make the year of study pleasant the fireside. on Temple Avenue is equipped school term.

children well nourished with good, ations. In these day. of rising next week your children's shoes Is and profitable for the children.No Have you ever thought how Im- to render complete DRYING
"If mother her fcea
wholesome food at prices the family living costs it is Important to will be getting harder-wear than child can obtain the highest portant It Is for your child to have SERVICE, returning your clothesto a ,
overwork then she has save
budget will allow. That is make every penny count but at ever" M. F. Hudson owner of the marks without 'a certain amount the proper rest If he Is to get the} you ready to put away or iron. '
in and
why Mrs. Housewife is more appreciative the same time no wise parent will STARKE SHOE REPAIR shop ot home study and he Is much most out of his school life-botl .The Washeteria can now thoroughly ing the long run, m

than ever of the co-op- want to sacrifice nourishment in reminded parents this week. "And more likely to stay home and apply In the classroom and on the play- launder 0 pounds of cloth- tually put the family on )t
nanclal rocks" the Wausays.
eration given by S. R. Johns Grocery -I order to save a few cents on the that Is where we can be of great himself to his books if his ground T If you are not providing Ins In only 40 minutes, for'just 40 !II
In supplying her family with I food bill. Your child's health assistance to families who find home provides pleasant surroundings a comfortable mattress :or your i cents. There is no extra. charge "Our service very

quality foods at the most reasonable comes flat they must economize to make end and modem conveniences. growing child you are doing him for bleaching if desired. The new mlcally priced and actua

prices possible. : Mrr and Mrs. Johns realize that meet In these day. of soaring That'. where Drlgger Furniture a grave injustice and undoubtedly DRYING SERVICE takes only 30 saves you money In the long

Boys and girls' need and deserve 'the success of their business depends prices." Store comes in. handicapping his school work extra minutes and costs only 20 "Just bring your family

the best foods in order that they upon satisfying their customers As a SCHOOL OPENING SPEC- Many mothers and fathers are Every boy and girl should havea cents. the Washeteria. You can

might keep fit, both in mind and both as to quality and IAL Mr. Hudson announces that wearing glasses today because of private room (or at least a This is the good news brought sit and wait In comfort wh
price. That Is why they give sc he will put the shoes 'of all the studying by improper lighting In : corner) where to tired mothers by the manage- do your clothes or you may
body and thus be able to learn much of their personal attention their youth., Sorely you do not he or she can concentrate ment
children in A-l condition at a of The Washeterta. All and attend to your *<
rapidly and also give a good account -I to the business and also want your children to labor without
why they special reduction of 10 percent If under being in the work done In automatic Bendix chores. When you call for
of themselves. on the athletic :have such a firmly established the same handicap and a good same room with the :washers
as many as three pairs arebrou..ht rest of the -soap furnished free. clothes, you will find them
field. Their growing bodies clientele of pleased patrons. to him at one time from floor lamp from Driggers' will :family. This room or nook, No mother can do justice to herself and sweet-just as good, o
must be kept strong especially "Parents who their finest service! The fastest service! solve the problem .
childrenlunches nicely.A
: give the same family. This should bea very should be attractively or her family if she attemptso tie! than If you had done ft
during the winter months of the "With present-day high prices furnished
to take to school .hould private desk of his own .It do the household "
school season in order to ward choose from our line of good great help to mothers who art this no time to be tossing out another "must" far the serious to suit the child's Individual taste, to her laundry in addition home.

off diseases that would endanger fresh vegetables," Mr.'Johns says. always worried over the shoe prob- shoes," Mr. Hudson states, "es young student, and you will be and Driggers' i Is ready to ohow A mother who many Is other duties Remember the Wast
lem at the of school tired
their lives as well as the lives of "Sandwiches with fillings varied beginning peclally when you can rejuvenatethem surprised at how much greater you how this be out after a phone number: 213.
"Good shoe may done at
repairing a
their schoolmates. from day to day entice the child'sappetite so they look like new and interest your boy or girl will take very moderate cost -
With this Increased emphasis on so that he* will eat his gives more wear saves money last twice as long."

the importance of proper nourishment lunch and be able to carry through and keeps"the comfort you like In It is important that school children Educational Value Of Movies

where could the thrifty the day until the hot evening meal old. shoes"Don't, Mr.give Hudson up good pointedout. comfortable .'-especially, have several pairsof Starke Bedding Co. Gives New Life J
mother to
find "
go a greater varl- without loss of energy. shoes just' because the shoes in good condition so that

they can rotate the wearing of Emphasized By Park Theatre Man
soles are worn. The expert workmanship -

I Wholesome Meals At Guidon Grill used and,by high us make quality old materials shoes same them pair and day not in have and day to wear out. "In the To Your Old Mattresses Reasonably.. .

this the shoes will last much --- ----- "The modern child can travel eartl
like new. We standAeady to I"fv.your' way the far places of the
longer and the change will also No'one around the world before he i. never leave the common":
With = shoes newness and smartness can really afford tc
Popular All School Students the feet of grown and never leave travel
prevent damaging yourchlldr.n home.
that will be a delight to you." discard an old mattress these days This which he lives. These
if of shoes \ was the odd-but-true '
...... The Starke Shoe Repair also any one pair especially when that mattresr state- are an education In thenuei'"Many
happens to have a flaw or Is 111flttlng met made by Mr. H. A. Corral
On the threshold of features WHILE YOU WAIT can be remade 10 expertly by the mothers are also I
advises manager of the Park
school service and customers are Invitedto Mr. Hudson Starke Bedding Co., to serve a.n.w. discussing the Theater in that the theatre parties for
year, George bring their emergency troublesto Bring.all your shoe troubles to Homes where there art next opening of school youngsters are a delightful
the GUIDON GRILL wishes to Mr. Hudson who will fix them STARKE SHOE REPAIR 116 expenses and yet It Is essential. i'e "Past to entertain. How easy It l II

tend a'special invitation to promptly and courteously. Th Ithe I( Walnut Street, Starke.Lawson's school children have to be especially wonderful generations old classics could read the the little guests go to the nand

groups to dine In cool ---- careful about keeping downthat ;1 I alt. Nowadays student and that was them serve them reft**'

at this moat popular of your children, as well as all e only read these famous can not afterward. This relieves the

places in Starka.During Market & Cold Storage! other members of the amllyhavc through the magic medium books of but mother of the problem of ba j
whichto movies III
mattress on
the put decade of a comfortable ,1 they can actually plan and conduct game
see those
if they are to get the tests order to keep the jl
service to the In Starke famous character.
GUIDON has established a Has Fine Line Meats & Productsvarious proper rest and do their best hoe, Mlcawber. Hamlet as Robin-Ivan- folks entertained," Mr.

spread reputation for good Work. hood, and all others in real concluded.
hospitality cleanliness, and, If you have an old mattress that Just as if they were living action today.,, Why not plan a theatre ptf

erate prices. It Is popular .. Lawson's Market and Cold Storage school lunch rooms of has gotten beyond the "comforta- "When it comes to music also your child's next birthdaY
located the fresh, uncontaminated meals ble" state just call the Starke the wm find little folkJ deft
only with the people of 'I near depot on movies are a great the
There source of
County but also with vial Washington Street, carries the This assists the school lunch program Bedding Co., phone 51-W, and we, Inspiration and education to the and you'll agree it's On e

town and our many even finest line of fresh meats and meatproduct. '' to cut down expenses and will pick It up. Our expert craftsmen young music lover. He can hear party you ever gave!

friends.. eJrI'T",I available at mighty fairprices I' serve more and better food. will completely renovate It, the great compositions of Mozart,

And this popularity Isn't In these days of skyrocketing The Cold Storage offers farm adding new stuffing, smoothingout Chopin, Strauss and all the other Cpl. Norman San

understand, for ,where else I open coats families and others the opportunity the bumps, strongly sewing famous composers, played
"you sit down to an appetizing r states No school'child's: meal,'i* complete to>>" 'store away freshly the seams, .and,coverlne ylth Snew'fabric comely furnished will give you op-ranking artists, and by the Now On Okinawa
can also
consisting of meat, two without Mm sort of nieat.- 'tchrd'meats) <.or,meats,bought of your choosing You years of added servico at a fraction learn the histories of th
a nice salad, and hot corn ad the body's chief source of protein in large quantities, for long periods will be agreeably surprised 'at of .the cost of a new piece. men through their Maybe great Copt Norman 9aadeAMr.
for the unbelievably low price so Mr. H. A. Lawson, owner of this of Urn at very modest cost the moderate cost for this ser- The Starke Bedding Co.. has been ,- M*;Catrat pointed out ,.and ::'Mrs. E. C S

BOoT We doubt that any with old. et.ahJUled. Starke business, This refrigeration service is de- vice.Did serving the people of this area almost "And when it comes to keeping Starke. has arrived on 0

restaurant anywhere could have pointed out. Mothers of schoolchildren dependable and .safe and for the you ever atop to think that two years and has built up a up with current events, i for a tour of oversea duty tFar
this\ bargain in good food. I a,, should come in dally and past few years has proved t> be your teen.... children want a reputation throughout this section beat the movie you jutan't pruentIJ
Is why GUIDON is so popular select their meat course. from a extremely popular in this section. nicely furnished horn* one that for excellent craftmansblp at moderate I Through Its facilities the newsreel. Eat H* Is poet
the young folks. Even' the it is large variety of choice gevernment This service becomes available they can be proud of when they invite prices. It Is of! world affairs student 'signed to the 21st JaM
ready at an can
on) a modest allowance can in Inspected cuts on display in this October 1. when Lawson's modern, their friends around? Nothing Umes to serve you with upholster ,I all the history-making keep up with floe. emit of the Army ot
.joy a good nourishing lunch of the clean and sanitary market. sanitary meat-curing department can destroy the beauty of a ing. Innenprings. auto seat covert *s United Nations, such tion In the Ryukus Comffl
Is so necessary if they are to .! A, a public service Lawson's also begins Its annual operation home quicker than old, dilapidated box springs peace conferences of
slip covers, mattresses the signing
of student
energy to do their best Market and Cold Storage stores offering sugar cure and smokehouse furnitur It's so easy to Improvethe and feather pillows treaties important A former
renovated. AD speeches etc."The
the classroom and on the You and refrigerates the meats used faculties to stockmen and appearance of your home and work 1s High School. sandell
fully guaranteed] motion!
field. dollar in the cafeterias of Bradford county others Reading toes services, add to its comfort at the same people who by these picture also Increases tor a three-ye&r period

Another drawing card at schools free of charge, thus "'We invite your Inspection of our time. An old chair, padded with years have had more than 20 the student' interest In geography .& H* was prevtoUJI1
experience In the and *"*
business the *"
GUIDON is the pleasant and assuring children eating in the ,facilities" Mr. Lawson said ,new filling, recovered and hand- Call 81-W today! Through world about him. ed at Camp Leroy *
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"; ==== tie Wall and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Get!> _
Wall, Jr.. and children visited die your County from C.. No. tOrder plaintiff: neck* divorce. Bradford : T. Frank r..nclrum. Starke, Florida A._.. UTATK Or. FLORIDA. TO,':I In nt four wklr le.e ;
AfTEY Miss Richard. Bradford TelegraphIEvl'rythlnl' Of Pnbllratloii A.4 NotlMr T. County TM.Rraph l shalt publish thU Atty for Fit. I-IS 4t '-SIn Ceoll. Fna Sutherland whose real- It Wltnea my band and official east
parents in Lake foe the office t A.r. STATIC Of PIOHIUA IIxiulee Order In next four weekly l I..u. den let IIO Chula Meta DrlT, mal at Stark. Florida, this Ann"
City last Sunday.Mr. Murphy, Yvhrme reeldenr/ and WltneM my hand and offlalal seal!. Clrralt C..rt. tlraatorel C..t. Burllncam. Callfornlat 110. 1.60. _
'J. II. F and Mrs. D. mlrtrem U: 41-14 lltth Street, FluehInir. t Rtark Florida thus Augu.t I*. PI.rtda 1 I. Caaae.ry. to appear an Dep- (OFFICIAL BEAU .. TnomaiJ.A .
A. Jones and I. n..lt Coss Rredtird C..t. Lone Island. New York 1(00. William 8. Sutherland, Plaintiff, ,VS. t. nb'rlel: ItoO. la the above named Clerk of sold Court.
daughter of Orange Park were Florldal I. Clueaey. You are required to appear onBeptembor (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :JT, Cecil Fna Sutherland, Defn RaSmussen has re- William Murphy. Plaintiff, ... Thom..1 i Case No. 8032( ...k. dlvoroe. Bradford CountyTlvraph By :Myrtle:: T. D.a. .,
John visiting friends In and around Loulse Murphy, 11 18BO, In the abovenamed An Clerk of sold' '11L '11
from a three last Daf.ndant. Court and cauee, wherein By Myrtle T. ....". Order .f r.k1f. tlonAB4 Nellee To hall publish this Order

returned vlalt with her daughter Lawtey Mrs. T. J.Sunday.Terry and daughter I -,- T. "- .. ._" .... "..-.... ...- "J-.._ ... "'- ... .... "" ,,_ LA ...... ... "'- .... _r.... _,_ ,,,. ...... "J ._ .... .W J ''''''.f'
addaughter In Avenel New Mrs. 3, P. Wyrlck, were recently
visiting relatives In Branford. .
T. Walters who
ln visiting In St. Peters- School Open Monday I
Vlaml n 1 and Key West, arehome Lawtey junior high school will '

I urch!Dr.as Walters next usual the Sunday.at will last the conduct of Metho-this school open Cook Monday for announced will, August the be 1950-1951 In this 28.session week Mr.term nil A.next that day A. t n p RO f E S S I ION A L' u "

and ;1Sr1: ZellDands Monday. Lunch will be servedIn -...-
i ) the cafeteria as usual.
I er1 Westconnett were visLawtey .I"
n'-of last SatuMaY.snd I Those from Lawtey attending
VV' B. Rieves anilE the teachers' picnic at the Of l' v
Mrs. of Honey ficer's Club Camp Standing, last
P.E Smith ,
node are visiting: the Dan Friday were Mr. and Mrs. A., A. ,I
TeW here. Mrs. Harley Cook and son Charles, Mrs. Joyce
Ljlleves are daughters of Futch, Mrs. L. H. Hill Mrs. H. C.
II\ : Kelley, Tom Casey and Mr. and t1OllhtJMTY HEALTH PLAN
Pf. H. Harley and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch.

U Harley and their guestsj"lver Dan Wainwright spent last week "
Springs on Saturday visiting relatives In Plant City. J

t .eek. They visited rel- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brassell of r
on Sunday.N. Jacksonville were .
,m Deland visiting Mrs.
3. Blount and Qraydonffrf Braasell's parents! Mr. and Mrs. .
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. '1'. L. Wainwright, last Sunday.
Ft.Hill of Arcadia 'Mrs. Miss Hilda Crews spent part of FOR THE FUTURE HEALTH SECURITY OF THE CITIZENS OF.

f. Couraey of Vadalia, Ga., last week In Jacksonville visiting .... '
,. a Jones of St. Augustinetint the Rev. and Mrs. T, C. Williamsand '

Mr. and Mrs. I to* H.be family. Bradford and Union Counties Florida ':
|'These\ relatives came Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and
i Hill because of Mr. Hen'sement family visited relatives In Bost- ;
In the hospital. wick last Sunday.. ; J ,
and Mn. Rex Miwm and Lee Taylor, one of local boys,, Is .
of t Jacksonville were vis- A. ,
i relieving E. Massey. agent for
,and Mrs. W. H. Edwards the SAL
r r railway here, while Mr.

|ud 4ay.Mr. Curtis Canon of Massey Wesley Is Arwood on his of vacation.the U.S.Navy (Oae4c Ee JM9 7 co4caafed lieu' II iD'UJje4 t ttat" iD e'UAtte-e4 Sheer p4" a,a f, '950)S .

1 are visiting Mr. and Mrs. was visiting his family here last .
[ this week.
McSwain weekend. On Sunday afternoon
ft Bafuse Norman U con- :Mrs. Arwood and son. Butch, and
fin the Gainesville hospitalan :Mrs. Arwood'a I .
an Mrs. Carl Carter, took Mr. Ar by a
Prevatt, Jr.,
find Udren Mrs., Ann J. C.and Glenda, of wood to Jacksonville to catch a Reserve'Stock Life Insurance Company Over Sixteen Years Old with Over Three and one-half Million .
plane to New Orleans
4 lot ipent Mr. the and weekend Mrs. J. C.at Pre-the will again.go aboard ship for where service he Dollars Paid to Policyowners. Enrollment only through Duly Licensed Insurance Agents. <:' '''.Y'

V Bob Traitor of Jacksonville is ,. ,.
f Mailne Richards Miss Mar-
visiting Fay Durban this week.
Marine Corporal Doyle W. Prin- .
gle recently reenlisted in ,
't !
''ENTER'SDESCRIPTION' Corps for six years. He is spend- ,4 ENROLLMNIPERIOI7TWO..WKLQJIIJ .
ing a few days' leave here with
his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ," "
Pringle, before returning to his 1
station at Cherry Point, N. C. .SrA

\PHARMACISTS HAMPTONBy .August 21 1950, Thru Sept. 2, 1950 .

Mrs., M. C. Sweeney:

Miami Baptist Evangelist began Rf>vl"aI'Meettnl'on Donald Monday Martin eveninga of : .. wh'f ShoMW' Yon Enroll Whom Te- EiFol! ? .6;: [ Sfigiul l Opifallolu; ? leaefits .. : _

two weeks' series of meeting at i
the First Baptist Church. John JL Everyone needs security :n Iarg hospital and L :At Professional Community. ZXeoltJ. PIn Hfftd :All MUc I :AjsocjAtlonj romm.rid voluntary. prt- j

Slble of Tampa, is directing the //Ml' surgical bills. .*. ''WHQlftiKlPQKSUlI +t }j"j"U'I, shown below. ',.r Rli: P<;)Pf'Wwr5fr 7wt|{/ paid Medical and Surgical Care Plan r'"e
'''song services, with the Rev. R. C.
Gray pastor, as pianist.' Large This t is your plan to fit local needs and Wfikttf: ; ; 9. With any Professional Community Health PJaBeprMtntatizt EOO.0o--.ether( U covartxl :from $7.80 tI$

crowds from throughout the I'[' 'tft. boob" _..df': ---11 r' "-- : JtaxlslMi In yto.ur, neWkei : In jour doctor" offs or the hospital
county are Attending nightly. Space ado: not permit the listing of all operation
TIE-MiNIT SERVICEPHONE As is customary, the community 8. Through Community Enrollment you get thjgat 'and accident, but her are some example*
prayer service and Youth for largest benefit for the smallest cost. .-jrifflfKBRa. I [(other operations aaiered! : far prvportlanAMamount

Christ have dispensed with their > *).j '.' e s
of other Insuranet. -j, '
weekly services ;while the meetingis Pays full benefits regardless ..... !
by 64 In progress. j : I 1. Appondeetomr: or anfc; oth'ir uttli>ig Into """ *11"'"' ,tai{
Methodist (Sneaker 5.c, art Hew fully aliments j ered., as well as old physical condition To E.LtU 7 .." ,J abdomen ..-, .+? .j r $100.0? ;

George Free, of Lake City, student I ,j. Double Hernia t T 80.00 1 1I'

at S. Bob C., was Jones a College guest speaker, Greenville 1. 'Anytime during enrollment period. 'After EQ. 8. Cuttlnar Into Cranial Carltjr.if. ? _. ,tOO.oq

WELDING with a wonderfully inspiring message ",. rollment Period closes represtnUtlves mil nojto :. Removal of Eyeball! or Catarsct80.OQ
at the Methodist church or bt axlUlble J y.OJU cnm ualtX fojtProfessional .nrQlluientt,
Sunday afternoon. He was accompanied '::1..,' p. Suturing of Surf u .Wounds ......_?_._* 7J59

f'I by the pastor, Rev. H. T. Who May Apply For |f J. Tonstllefltomy. and/or Adenoldeotomjr._f 3 000
Foley, Mrs. Foley and David Foleyof J.
7. FractnnotThlirhl Leg' Upper Arm.,._
I" Waldo. or f 65.00 ;
I Plap 7 \ 4.
Community YOU
# Billy llaxca RIte. tit PAYMENTS MAPS: TO OR YOURDOQTOBonuosrrrAL

A large group'of Hampton : "*+- 1
| offer the people of Starke relatives and friends attendee 1. During the Enrollment Period-Every resident COMMKNIIY Health I < l '" 4
funeral services, Friday afternoonin '" t.I I_ ,
to 100 )
Ocala for James Purvis, (Billy) of your County-All ages ((1 day years ( .

fldmty one of the most Hazen, Jr., nine-year-old son of _'All races bo h 8jg2 *. hMraNoe Plan Provide Ar .. '
: p; :
dern and finest equipped Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hazen of Ocala .: .
formerly of Hampton, who died t i ,.-- NURSE BENEFIT .
dar ihops anywhere. after a brief illness last Wednesday Hospital Benefits
) When Do Benefits,I Start ?
AD Work Guaranteed : week. Interment service / Paya For Registered Graduate Nurse At Home
were held at the family plot In \ .
: $5.00 Per Day, Up To 15000.
MITH'S GARAGE Billy Santa was Fe the Cemetery grandson at of 4 Mr.o'clock.and L AH: Accidents covered! from date! pi .nrg11i Ont. Assignments accepted by your Hospitals and maybe' ,

XD MACHINE SHOP Mrs. L. A. Wynn of Hampton .-. :Surgical or non- urafcaJ). ratk4r. iirtarrsl:. akAe ,nsedln any recognized medical hospital ANY- j ,r
Lake. sympathy of the .WHERE same benefits anywhere you may ntQ( 1
Deepest go.
Itmpl" Ave. Starke is extended the family. t :AH Diseases and Sickness (non-surgical) cos et. ,

II community. i ed after 30 days from date of enrollment r** r100 Days for EACH AND EVERY MEMBER of All For This Low Cost '\ S

Mra. W. A. Saxon Jr., enter. .. :All diseases and sickness (surgical) cQ"red af> :the family In a Hospital room costing up to f 9.00 pet I.

tamed the W. M. U. at her home _? $r5fi dogsbfaternitq from of enroHrnejit.. day, In any 12 months period, or a total of _$600.00. Monthly Alpt
PHONE 218 on Thursday afternoon of last ..yJq et i"I I
week.A 4 : Benefitdate (on family group form only) Also pays the cost of penicillin, drugs, medicines and
OLONIA1FLORIST choir party was held at the covered after nine months from date of enroll. ,//dressings, opera Un, room, anaesthetic, X-rayaaQ Single men somas '(an ages) f 2.80 fl: 187,60: ,

home of Emory and Frank. Browron ment. all, other regular and customary hospital treatment Family: Group Plan (Includes <""?:>O' i J
Friday evening. man and wife and all '"**- *
Junior baseball members entertained 5. Nurse Benefit from date of enrollment. Charge up to $60.00 '
rled,_ children under age 18)e.00 Ji fA I ,NIl ,
weiner friends roast Friday with their night monthly which ''First-aid or emergency (accidents only);._.:fiy.pq '

FLOWERS was held on the ball grounds. Mao pays for Maternity (on Family Group Plan Add $2.50 fee to first paymentonly on each Individual i

"JR Edwin Johns is confined to the only). all hospital charges after nine months, '/. application. 1
ALL OCCASIONS Alachua County Hospital Gainesville ..
this ;week for obsrvatlon and ',- lap tot'Alro .oo Add $4.00 fee to first payment only on each funlly
possible treatment. He hopes tc .
be well enough to attend th I pays for Ambulance or from,ho.pltal--f3.00 r

@ opening of school on Monday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Don McMahone %
moved here last week from Homo- ,
DISa GARDENS ...... Friends are welcoming LTfl PLAN ;Ton arc Invited to can at Professional CotolaQnltr Health Pi R..u> ; mot. tan delilUa,* without i
them back to the old home town ,
POTTERY Mrs. O, P. Wadsworth left Sun UNDERWRITtEN n't oblljtgl4 QJS 9X: cert. The above Is only an lOoalntloji of the plan and L not contract ,
f .
with relatives AND
PO'rnD: PLANTS day for a week's visit 'ISSUED ,
in Bunnell.Mr. I .,1
._ comI
FLoWERS WIRED and Mrs R. C. Gray, Sr. atock w-----"ce 4
ANYWHERE ptoo5 of Tampa were visitors here last 'AnoldUn..legs reserver SURANCE COR- ee '71c:14': D''A 'e I l AI AiII_ _" ..
! Thursday. 1. OI'E8S10NAL 1N a tI """ f/e '+ i ip SYOBAT1Oa
8t Starke Shirley Smith, of Maeclenny 1. th. F 'I oiuDA .. .
pent the weekend with the Wiley 0 "

I Williamson family. : DON WALLER
hvexrite ,
g, AIl bendy .'
C t : ANY
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cattonal Agricultural office of New York, and Indianapolis, Ind. CARD OF THANKS I --
, Mrs. W. S. Saunders B&PW Club Meeting The Life And TimesOf Union County. She really enjoys Mrs. Turner received a card Tuesday We desire to thank you one and

" Is Shower Honoree Held Here MondayAt New River Folks her work. It Is not A full time from the,lucky tourists .and all from the bottom, of our heart
entering Baltimore. for kind word and deed MAG1OGLFI5
i Job but only two days a week. they were Just every
Editor' note: This column wan summer the Turners the long illness! and loan of
Miss: Carolyn Edwards and Mis the regular August meetingof ( Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Nettles Mr. During the our
Mamie Henry entertained with a the Starke Business and Professional written for last week' Telegraphbut and Mr. Carl Nettles, and Elbert and Wilbur spent several days In baby. May God In His Infinite love
miscellaneous bridal< shower honoring Woman's Club held Mon- due to a delay In the mall Nettles attended the funeral ,for Orange Springs fishing and bath- and mercy bless each one of youIs
Miss Martha Henry, whose day evening: plan were discusses Jacksonville, Fla was not received In time to be Charles W. Peeples In Winter our prayer. With the kindest
marriage to W. S. Saunders ol for the :District meeting be held August 13, 1950.: published.) Garden TUesday ing.Last Sunday Roan Turner wife,affections g
Mlddleburg was an event of August with the local club here! In October. Dear Mr. Matthews: By Jessie LM Lazrnby Mrs. Pledger Johns and childrenare and three sons Kenneth, R. J. Signed: Haven Crosby
and Lor I
13: last Monday afternoonat Norma Dean Thompson want to tell how courteous Mrs D. J. Nettle. and grandson visiting relatives In Jax this Jr., and Wilbur, all attended a Mr. and Mrs R. R. Crosbyand
will be In charge you
home Elbert Nettles, celebrated reunion, at' Blackshear
the J. M. Edwards' on arrived Sunday after Turner family
week. They
of the place cards for that event and kind Mr. Flllingim, your Memorial Park MARKS
Madison Street: their 65th and 18th birthday anni- noon and about half an hour after Lake Veterans
with Maryon Arnold In charge ol Florida Highway) patrolman 'Twas the
county ( last Sundayat Ca.
decorated for respectively arrival Barbarah the youngestgirl near TO THE VOTERS AND'
The residence was and Melba Partin, June sal r;
the event with a pastel color favors Brownlee and Thelma Dlnkins arranging was to two helpless. women Mn. Nettles' home.A fell off a trycycle and brok first time they had ever attendedone CITIZENS OF STARKE: ct
Inn last separate, large cake was decorated In the hospital. of these reunions and they re-
scheme carried out with arrangements the .decorations. stopping at Keystone her arm. 'She Is still Open All
of summer flowers placedthroughout : week. He changed our tire and for each with all the candles 'pouted a wonderful time. R. J. Jr. "I hereby announce my candidacy Day
Committee chairmen were announced frosting" and frills that go I'complained that his hands, wrists for re-election as a member
home. and
the reimbursement for Mrs Ltnnte Drake
The honor guest received many by president, Pauline To would not take with birthday cakes Those attending battle of Lakeland and I arms and shoulders were hurting of the City Council of Starke. Special Trice to Cb
Jovely gifts which were opened and rode, as follows: membership It a* he said that was part of his were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deland respectively, have been from acknowledging Introductions "If re-elected, I pledge myself tc! etc. Ll-t 1111 supply '
to do favors of that kind I Nettles and son, Elbert; Mr. and I so many Turn ! there were
displayed for the .guests. Sand- Pat Lambe; health and safetyNorma job visiting their brother, Ira Merritt -said continued progress and sound Q Fish I Fries.napkin ,
wiches, cookies and punch were Dean Thompson; International think men of his caliber should Mrs. A. A. Sweat and childrenof and family, and slater, Miss Ida ers present that he could have economy In city government. I We half
served by the hostesses as lsted relations and public" affairs be commended and I.want you to Raiford; Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Merrltt. Miss Ida Merritt took taken" the bunch "and licked the "Your vote and support will.be *, fork& ,poa.
by Mrs. Edwards. Marlon' Howe; education and vo know I really' appreciate such Nettle and children of Kingsley them to Wildwood this weekendto North Koreans." greatly appreciated.
About 20 guests were present to cation, Melba Partin; news service courtesy and kindness. I would Lake: Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Brown visit Mrs. Huckleby's: son-in- John Dukes says he has to re (Adv.) Lucian Hazen.
enjoy the afternoon with the hostesses Desta Dyal finance, Maryon Ar' appreciate your printing this in and Walter Brown of near Lake law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs port for military duty September3rd. 'I
and their honoree. nold; parliamentarian, June anitfWE ; I your Bradford County Telegraphto Butler C. B. Padgett., ---.
thank' Mr, FilUngim. Dinner was served out under
I sincerely the large shady sycamore trees In Mr and Mrs. L M. Anderson and BISHOP ANNOUNCES FOR REELECTION -
am Can You Depend On
of De- Your
children and June
(Mrs.) Bette E. Shal back of the home. :: TO CITY COUNCIL
SERVICE land/were up here. on business this
S101/E "I hereby announce my candidacy
\ / Margaret Miller; emblem, Lorraine Troy Dukes spent 'this weekend week.
PHONE 189 Champion; treasurer, Mildred here with his wife, Leona. Troy Mr. and Mrs.: Harry Swisher of for re-election to the office of WATCH?
Sapp. Is'still carpentering In"Jax. Findlay Ohio; have purchased the City Councilman subject to the
State Roads 100 & 200 Hostesses for 'the 'September Mrs. Curtlss Dunbar and ion Norman Rlckendollar, chicken vote of the people Tuesday, Sept.

STAHKE FLORIDA meeting: which is to be held at the Ray, went to Shreveport La., to farm and are planning to make 12. When you make an appointment for a
OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M. Kingsley Lake home of Della Rosenberg1 bring her daughter-in-law and their home here. They are living "rve worked hard to make youa time-ARE YOU THERE ON TIME?
three children home with her. Her In their nice house trailer at pres good Councilman and I sincerely
will be Margaret Miller.;, son, Kenneth who U. In the Air ent. They plan to build' onto and hope that I have. All my actions If your watch'is right you are on time. Make)
Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Mildred Sapp Melba Partln and Force, was recently sent to Eng- Improve their new place. and Interests are for the good of are always on time by having: your watch strike
'Miss Rosenberg. June Brownletwill land and will be there for sometime Mrs. Rhoda Dowling lit visitingIn the people in the City of Starke. all work is fully guaranteed by
And Accessories expert, ,
Mrs. Kenneth (and the Jax this
present the program o'n parliamentary week. "If you want a man who doelm'tmind sponsible watchmakers I
,......... procedure at that Urn*. children) will make her home Mr and Mrs. Arthur Wilbur and telling bow he stands
Following reports from standing !.here; part of the time and spend son, Jimmy. of Cortez Colorado, you
Let us SIL-I..KLEEN and keeps his word then re-elect Harley F. Strong Jew
your car committees and 'a report on a the rent of her time with her spent several weeks with her ,
by the new Silicone process The new dinner and bingo party held Saturday mother at Savannah, Ga. parents Roan and Phyla Turner. H. A. (Buddy) Bishop, Jr. Your
way to lasting: car beauty. $7.50 night, hostesses Madge Mid- Ervln Andrews Is entertaining a She Is remembered. Bonnie Tur vote and support..will be appreciated. ''Starke's Leading Jewelers Since 1941
WATERPROOF A Corrosion Resistant lleton and Helen Malone served few of his friends Friday night ner. They left last week for home s 131 West call St. Stortll
delicious refreshments and the with an old timey peanut via Washington, D.,, C., Baltimore, (Adv.) H. A. (Buddy) Bishop, Jl
meeting was adjourned, I don't envy him the bOlUng'1 I
picking 'the peanuts.
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Among those enjoying the tobacco
warehouse dance In Lake
City Tuesday night were Beulah
Mae Moody, Marjorie Moody, Fel-
ton Moody. Cecil Gibson, Marklee LOVETTSTARKE
and Earl Moody. There was one of
the' largest crowc1s'ever to at
tend present. It was'estimated..
Joe Lazenby Leslie: Sapp; Tom

.. a r .li0l,, -. killed Kerce; six and foot Kenneth rattle snake Sockwel'last FLORIDA ---" Prices Good Through Sat., Aug.26th

week as they were returning from
fishing at Scout Hole. The ole
diamond back lacked two Inches,
the story goes, of being six feet
even an he only had 14 rattles. SUPERBRAND EVAPORATED
Oscar Gibson has been Acceptedfor .
Now thousands 2 Fine Fords
; own service In the Army and will
, leave for San Francisco ,Calif.,

( When over a quarter-million famIliM soon.Seeber Mooody .Is planting a big OLEOMILIColored
' sre tao Ford families there. muse garden this week. He sowed 2
t,. be s......01!1'bey'nlouad that while I!: I Ldj.lding pounds of turnips and a half acre
' the familymilesgetwomoneyo 0 of peas. ;
t e Herbert Parrlsh also kUled a
I saving. Fords.coat D near six foot rattle snake last
", little more tb.. Saturday at the Sapp Branch :
drivlnf an* lumber bride. He, (the snake) was a big,
i 153. 2
priced or.
fat. sassy rascal //with one dozen
Mwail. rattles. Several are killed each Quarters lb. ; : Cans
i year In this vicinity so we had ,
.......,..i"-oll..,IrIM.te-..... ; better be careful walking through .. .
.1'4-'r hen.they're_. .
there at nightLacy
/, Johns has about an acre
of three-lnch-hlgh speckle crowder NO. 2 CAN TROPICAL'Tomatoes SOUTHERN BISCUIT QT. SUN-GL

peas People coming are beginning on. to fix land ... I4y

. that easy on the purse little certainly for gardens showers helpful here we're nowadays now.having These are FLOUR BLEAI

Avery Johns of Tampa Is visiting
Ford offers a choice of two gnat his brother, Lester Johns, whoIs

9S economy h.P5iz..Cornsin engine- 100 h.p V-8 and ore IU at his home with pneumonia. 1/ C QUEEN QUALITY

,, R $ "Tart Drive". a 'SO Ford wavy. Beulah Mae Moody has accepteda 91 714
position as secretary In the'VoW.C.T.U. 19 c

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