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: September 1, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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!'aried Program At Kingsley Beach :

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Official County Publication Established In '1879
I will be "grand and Labor Day--next Mondaywill
t'or D Jay Kinsley be a mixed holiday for Bradford
.. the new ,
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""' LareI CounUans but .. -
George in the food-clothing- --- ; 8EVEX
L ,,'* owner \0LLMEVENTY.Tho; STAKHK:; H-01UUA. Fill HA V. SKITKMHKK: 1, 1030 NUMBER
h extensiveran lines I _..
Competed an banking-mail you'd better do .. -. .. -
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It Saturday! .

: of improvementfl.of the program wil' W. H. "Bill" Graham chairman Police Chief To Remain BHS Attendance Hits All-Time High I

1 h Cwtlonal) acts staged by of the Merchants Division of the SuspendedUntil Lions and Rotes

'ten Jet Ski TeamKlng Chamber of Commerce, state
! teN nine boys and glrlt that Labor Day Is one of the regularly As 1950-51 Term
Of Begins
'f November Council 1,401
roup cypress Garden. This scheduled holidays for C of 1 Decides ?
1 ied presented on C members-which Includes Just The Goats
alao be To Be "
will\ atmoelphere'ot Harold Hazelwood. Assistant
stoW Amid an 'get
each day about every retail store In Starke
and will begin, By a majority vote of the I and History: NinaR.
Coach Civics
laY Members of --and they will all remain closedall City 'In response to motion of Thorn down to buslnens--quick, Bradford ,
.1 12:30: iP. M- Dick Hayesy day Monday. Council W. E. Thornton. Starke ton's counsel. City Attorney .Pat. High school opened Its door; Bishop,' Girls Athletic and
ski team are Chief of Police. was suspendedfrom ten set forth that the Chief wa at 8:30: o'clock' Monday 'morning Physical Education; Audrey H.
, Tinnev. Bill Brown. Sonny ; The local bank and post office I, office -until November 1 previously suspended on March 9 Listen my children and you shall hear to receive a total of 1,401 students Newman, Librarian;,; Carl S. Roberts

ckland. Billy Harris. Brown Bobby;' will not be open Monday, as U : 1950, following a hearing here 1950 for a period of ten day by Of the battle royal of the year close to a hundred Increase over Band Director; Wm. M.Scruggs .
Jane Atkins, Betty, their custom on national holidays. Tuesday afternoon on charges of the fox Industrial Arts; Madge.
r\I\ Mayor and the Council Rotarians clash the opening day enrollment last
Lions and tonightIn
Morilyn Norton. I. For Bradford County's 3,000 odd "gross misconduct." "malfeasanceand "conduct unbecoming to an offi When All other schools throughout Whigham, Vocational Home Economics -

amy Tucker of radio station 8.11'' school kids' Labor Day will actuallybe misfeasance In office" anf cer" and notified by letter'that "if a never-to-be-forgotten fight. year.the county, began their term ; V. R. Ferguson, Agriculture -

)Q, Jacksonville will serve a day of labor, for they will get "willful neglect of official duty." this occurs again, more drastic Monday in accordance with Uu ; Marion Payne, Typing: I A
Both sides not to
the vowing yield
ceremonies for no "break" as they enter the "" Arithmetic and General
M of In addition to Its suspension order action will have to be taken. policy of recent years of opening. II Business
? Day events. I' ond week of the current term. the Council "publicly repri The bill of particulars atateethat And give their all on the softball field. all schools simultaneously., I Mathematics; Della Rosen

ralBement attraction at the The courthouse will present a manded" Thornton for his conduct "subsequent to March 9 But wait-you ain't heard nothing yet The increase In opening day enrollment berg; Bookkeeping, Shorthand
include outboard speed boat mixed picture with the School while on duty as Chief of Police 1950, the date of the said suspension expected anf Typing and Business Arithmetic:
ch here was
* water wheels; pony rides, Board holding Its regular first Through his attorneys, T. Frank I and subsequent to March 19 (You'll split your sides at this, I bet) was in line with the annual step- Charlie P. Cowen. General Science

L water akts, surf boards Monday meeting and the Superin Landrum and A. Z. Adkins, Jr.. 1950 the termination date of said Their uniforms from head to toes, experienced In recent years asa Biology; Ellen II. Law. English 9't.

r boats, night swimming andr tendent's office remaining open Thornton, entered a plea of "nolc suspension the said W. E.. Thorn up result of the heavy blrthrat.durlnC' Algebra II, Oeometery and Trigionometry \

horses. until noon. The County Commissioners contendere" to the bill of particulars ton while on duty as a Police Officer Will be composed of ladies' clothes the war years and the ; Detane W. Woodhant,

hi day' program will also Inh however, have postponedtheir filed by City Attorney G. L. in the City of Starke con A sight like that was never seen, natural growth of the community. English in and IV: Wllmer T..
swimming races ducted himself In such Coram Jr., History; Hugh B. Infrram
prizes for customary first-Monday Patten, setting forth the grounds a manneras annual Increase of around
bowling con teatl.Ullc meeting until Tuesday and the offices upon which Thornton was suspended to be guilty of: At least on this here village green. This 100 students is expected con- Jr., English 8 ft 10; Eva

for -dancing Labor Day; of the Clerk, County Judge on August 13 by Mayor J. "(a). Gross misconduct In The Lions have vowed they're out for blood tinue at least for the next several E. Anderson Arithmetic, Grade
,i will be furnished by Tobydy Tax Assessor and Collector will R. Walnwrtght. By this plea the office and la the main contributing T A 8; Hazel D. Cressler, English;

and prizes will also b* observe the "long" weekend. The defendant indicated that he did not "(b) Malfeasance and misfeasance .- While Rotes'just say "Their name is mud. years faoltor In present! overcrowded Versa Demorest English Geography -

nted In the dancing contests. Sheriff' office will be open If wish to contest the charges. In office Plenty of fireworks seems in view conditions In schools throughoutthe and History; Blanche B.
,... Beach has undergone Edwards, Science 7 A: 8. Arithmetic -
PV necessary. After ('c) Willful neglect of his official
hearing City Attorney county.
b-- and old ane With both sides ready to die or do. 8; Ruble Mae Perkins, Al-
renovation Hall will in that the said W. E without
nplete City personnel : .take Patten explain the plea In the duty Monday's opening was
patrons will\ be delighted advantage of the holiday. crowded court room of the county Thornton while 'on duty as police. So gather up the wife and kids ceremony except for a brief assembly gebra I and General Mathematics.The .

the/ Improvements that *ave courthouse ,where the hearing was officer In said city did: for high school student Stark Elementary School

made. The beach ha been Rites Held Tuesday held at 5 o'clock, the Council\ retired "1. Indulge In the use of alcoholic And put your troubles on the skids. In the auditorium. Even thoughthis faculty la 'a* follows:

oed and a lighted concrete and after a brief consideration beverages Head for Bradford Park tonight gathering was limited to the First Grades: Helen M. Malone -

has been constructed along For M. E. Griner, the body returned and read "2. Uttered and used vulgar And witness this immortal fight.Lions high school only there was not .. Madge Mldflleton, Nathalie

cure length. New driveway State Farm Employe 1 the following "verdict:" j. profane and obscene language on enough seats In the auditoriumto R. Reid Leola F. Robert

parking areas have extended been I "Mr. Thornton, you have entered I the streets of the City of Stark.. ( vs Rotary Softball, BUS athletic field, Friday, Sept. I, 8 accommodate all students and Second Grades Evalyn D.

t,the piers have been makes Martin Ely Griner 66. arsenal a plea of nolo contendre tc "That 'at all times prior and< I Admission 2Sc and SOc.) P.M'j teachers, and some were crowdedout Cooper, Marilyn Crosby, Anna

underwater lighting manager at the State Prison for the charges filed against you with subsequent to the suspension ----- Into the hall Belle Devlin Martha W.. Futchv
I bathing a new and exciting the past 18 years, died of a heart) the City Council of Starke. The aforesaid the said W. E. Thornton- Chas. S. Partln supervising Edna S. Prevail.

jure. attack at'his home there Sunday Council has given careful consideration failed, neglected and refused tr principal, announced that schoo1, Third Grade: Essie) I*. Crosby
1s expected at L !H. Hill Board To Sue
crowd Justine
capacity Lawtey at' Ernestine B. McRae. R.
resort this weekend morning, August 27. to your case. and weight obey orders and Instructions frorr .1 will let out In the afternoon !
popular Mr. Griner was born November has been given to the fact that the Mayor of the City of Stark 2:3,1: : Instead of 3:15: as previously Pellum, Alma N. Slrmans.
Kingsley Beach will untidy IS, 1883 near the site of the old you are'elected by the people of and the City Council of the City scheduled. The earlier hour was Fourth Grades: Lime M.

) be the mecca for fun town of "Brooklyn! ," at that timea the City of Starke. It Is the decision of Starke, to make arrests for Leader Succumb Stadium BuildersIn made possible by eliminating one Bridges. Edna U. Hart Muriel S.

n from Starke, Jacksonville! part of Bradford County. He of a majority of the City traffic violations In said City. horn room period. Norman, Lucille Payne

oiville, Green Cove Springs was the son of.the late Johnathar Council that you, W. E. Thornton, to wit the 13th day Louis Hardee Hill 71. lifelong 1 This year's faculty In the Stark Fifth Grade: Cleo Andrews
other surrounding cities onr and Ida Foxworth Griner, pioneer be and you are hereby publicly of"That August on 1950. the said W, El resident and long prominent In a called meeting here Thursday school total 4T Instructors Including Muriel. C.'Gay, Eunice P. Searing,

Day. settlers of that section. reprimanded for >your conduct while police civic and political Ute In Bradford morning the Bradford County i the principal-three mort Ethel O. Sewell.
Thornton, on duty as a
'while Chief of Policeof Board of Public Instruction votedto than employed last year Sixth Grades: Willie Mae Denton -
In addition to his widow, Zore on duty as officer in the of Starke, did County died Friday. August 23: were
ro Drowned When Relnau" Griner, he is survived by the City of Star*. so carelessly and City negligently operate In the North Florida Clinic. employ Ben Hall to replace the The addition were made In the Ruth S. Frazier Kate B.

one son, M. E. Griner, Jr., a master "It li also the decision of the vehicle the streets of Starke, as the result or an attack crumbled northeast wall of the elementary department where the Sheppard. ,
ssed From Boat sergeant in the U. S. Army City Council of the City of Starke the a of Starke over that h* endangered of pneumonia. BHS Memorial' stadium and to In- stepped-up war years' birth rate It Elementary School Music and
City '
illlt Meadows Gainesville busman and one brother, John Griner of that you W. E., Thornton, be and the lives of other In Mr Hill was born September 4 tltute suit against the M & G being felt the most High School Glee Club : Mona A.
He member of the are hereby suspended from the Construction Co., Ino. of dallies This )'ur'* faculty of Bradford I Canova.
was drowned about 5Kk Melroae. was a said City and caused property 1878 in Lawtey. ,lira parent '
Sunday afternoon in lAke Masonic Lodge and the Methodist office of Chief of Police of th* damage. were the late R. O. and Helen vllle end the Glen Falls Indemnity; High School U as follows: Countywide personnel Is com

i Ca near Keystone Heights Church. City of Starke for a period from "That the conduct of the sal( Stoughton Hill pioneer residents Co. of New York to recover all Charles S. Partln. Jr., Supervising prised of: Jessie Lk Young.. Gen.

:II when the speed boat Inc FuaersleervlCes: were held Ir and 'Including August 15, 1950 tc W. E. Thornton alleged hereinIs of the community and he was the costs expense of replacing the Principal,' lAwrence' H. Gibson eral Supervisor; Blanch Ham-

c he% and four others were rid. the ,; Stark<<* Methodist Church and Including October 31. 1930. against the public as interest am drat child born in the town of wall Is estimated at around. $I,-' Vice Principal. Spanish and mond, School Lunch Supervisor;

Ip led them into the water on Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock "After you resume your official the health safety and Lawtey.Mr. 800. English I; James C. HObbs, ,Athletic Jean S. Thomas, County. Music

ira with the former pastor Rev SIt duties as Chief of Polio of the jeopardizes welfare 'of' the residents of thj,' Hill' wa a graduate of the k .The 1,700-acat. ,stadium was I! a lIt.. Physical ,Education,; Teacher., _
Hilt ofvDumwllon, officiaUgr; City "(, Starkey on November 1 ompleted last October at a'Oo .
sTeers vainly 'tried to.r vlvJidowa' City of Starke, Florida."" Florida' Military Academy ,Lakt ,
Interment in the family J950 you are advised to so conduct I of< 13933.33. paid for by the
flve-year-old eon, Hal City and during moat of his ac- Hicks Rotarians
taint of Patrolman Matt Morgan If Pvt. John D. Hear
plot In the Melrose cemetery with yourself that no School Board out of capital outlay
Wit aJao Involved in the-boat- tive business career was
wrongdoing will attach Itself tc serving as acting Chief of Police engagecIn funds and had been used for
accident and died Sunday the DeWitt C. Jones Funera! ( the of Thornton'r real estate. He was the orvnei Killed In Korea Magazine Praised
official position. during period athletic events and other outdoor .
I Home in charge of arrangements you your 1 I of forest lands In Clay and Bradford With U. S. MarinesMarine .Jax
By Speaker
ulstant Chief D.. W. Carpen- Masonic rites were administered In the bill of particulars filed suspension. Counties.He programs during the 1949. O

aid Engineer R. A. Eberle of at the grave by'' the Starke and had served as a member ol school term., Private John David George Tobl advertising manager

Starke Fire Department Ralford lodges. the Board of County Commissioners School Superintendent H. P Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A of the Jacksonville Journal

wd the call for help with Football SlateIs Negress Freed a School Trustee, was Morgan said that the unusually Hicks of Lawtey was killed In I and chairman of the magazine

department's, emergency Into Starke To Be Host the second Mayor of Lawtey aria high temperatures experiencedlast action on August 17 while serving commute of the Jacksonville

The Starke firemen at the time of his death was nerv June apparently caused an with the armed forces In Korea. Rotary Club, addressed Starke

lied for two and a half hourtto For Junior Area AnnouncedThe On Habeas Corpus Ing his thirtieth year as town undue amount of expansion along Pvt. Hicks joined the service Rotarians on the subject of "Our

See year old boy, but were Tourney Next YearA. clerk. the 210-foot concrete block wall two years ago, when only 16 Growing Magazine Family' at

to revive him. 1950 Tornado football He was a member of Grace causing It to buckle along more years of age and was the second the Wednesday luncheon meeting.
,> other passengers in the J. Thomas, Jr., local Legion complete with i Lily Mae Bradley, 35year.old: Methodist Church and held several than half Its length. Althoughthe member of the family to die In Tobi was Introduced by W H.
I. Mr .and Mrs. John Bra 1Dg- Post Commander, was Informed schedule, virtually of one date negress held here since May 18 on positions of leadership Including wall did not tall i It was subs- action with the Marines. His Nbllmari, chairman of the Stark

wd/ their sons John Jr., were yesterday by A. W. (Bill) Hard- the exception announced this open week by a warrant for "feloniously and membership on the Boardof quently torn down In an effort tc half-bother Francis Marlon club's magazine committee.

11M by Brent Rogers who aker of Lakeland, State Chairman wfos Head Coach James C. Hobbs a* without authority forcibly and secretly Stewards, church secretary and save damage to Ule'blocka end Hamby, died during the Invasion Illustrating his talk with displays -

111 to their aid with a large In. of the Legion's Junior Baseball confining" her mother Hat. superintendent of the Sunday prevent possible Injury to person of Salpan. from' the recent issue of
follows: tie Merritt, was released Thurs In Its proximity
tube. Program that Starke had been here School. He was also a member,or "Th* Rotarian," Tobl said that themagazln
September 22.-Wllllston, Pvt. Hicks was born In Jacksonville :
"C flve boat rt3ers left for art selected as the site for the North 29-Seabreeze (Daytona morning on a writ of habeas Knights of Pythias Modern Wood Following an Inspection of the on February 27, 1932. His compared favorablywith
trip Florida Area Tournament again September corpus brought by her attorneyA. men, and Woodmen of the World damage.: / Wm. Stewart Morrison
Just before Meadows later "the big four" In format and
Beach), there family moved to Chicago! and
Z. Adklns Jr. of Gainesville
w Mr Hill Is survived State School Architect said that
family were to attend a next year. October 6-Palatka. there by hid wife moved to LawUy when Mr. Hicks quality of q>ntenta. Even the ad-
letter to Commander In a hearing held at 10 o'clockin Emma Pearce Hill. "It Is opinion that the damage
While) In his my
taking a turn at October 13-P. K. Yonge, here! retired from work with a railroad vertising In "Rotarlan" i* carefully
'pe d the boat flipped all Its Thomas Chairman Hardaker October 20--Alachua, there the chambers of Circuit JudgeA. Funeral servioes were held at done was due altogether te company. selected, he 'said and represent -
!nPrj Into the water but did wrote: "It Is not necessary to go 21OpenNovember Z. Adklns, State's Attorney TE .' the residence In'Lawtey Monday Improper construction not in accordance "the cream of the crop" a*
October Duncan stated that he had been with the best Besides his parents, young Hicks
afternoon 4
"rturn. further after receiving your at oclock with Rev. accepted does
any other of
here department
3-Deland. Is survived by three sisters, Mr., every
"WingIn the rescue'was1. a letter today, this Is to advise you November 10-Lake Butler unable to produce any evidence Incriminating E. D. Boyer of Tampa and Rev. trade practices." Wlnfred Martin of Daytona Beach. the magazine. "show me a good

t manned by At Watson Car) that your Post can again sponsor to the defendant In' O. V. Lee officiating. Interment So far the School Board has had Mrs. Batty Wolfe of WilmingtonDel. Rotarian and I'll show you a man

er and. Bernard Musleh. the area tournament. I know that hereNovember 17-Ketterllnus (St connection with the disappearance was In Kingsley Lake Cemetery no satisfactory settlement or ., and Miss Helen Hicks of who read the magazine," ha said.
have a good field and that of her mother early In March. I under the direction of DeWltt C. promise of settlement from either
you ), there two brothers S. A. Hicks President W. H. Graham .
Augustine LAwtey; announced
Id will make every effort to secure An order discharging the defendant Jones. Nephews of the deceased the M & 0 Construction Co. or
Head Branch you November 22-Green Cove : Jr., of Burnham, 111, and Floyd the lineup of the team ,
Issued Ad I
the best housing and eating was by Judge served as pall bearers. Its bonding company.
Springs here I I Hicks of Chicago. that Will oppose the Lions Club In
Be Featured facilities for the visiting teams. the Tornado's firstyear klns following the brief hearing. I The Board desires to have the Softball
This will be Friday night.
National "I certainly appreciate the hard of play In the East Florida I Fire Control Unit stadium repaired In time for the
Campaign work and the splendid Job that recent BHS I Brooker RevivalTo opening of the football season the Four FatalitiesOn .
Conference. In years I
old associates have done Petition AvailableA last-of this month,'and Oil May Cause
Head and your Bradford RoadsIn .
Branch Stat Park I I you has been playing In the Suwannee Begin Soon 1
Junior Baseball ly' voted to ahead
the Thursday
Keystone In promoting I go Cars To Slide
Heights will be but other teams tn .
Conference petition calling for a vote on First Six MonthsFour ,
:red> this season and hopethat -; '' with the repair work and institute
by the program '
Florida State Ad- this group were beginning to I the establishment of a Are control Councilman Warns
do better suit against both Ute contractor S
tog can all an even /
Commission In its year- we that Starke had outgrown them and \' ., unit in Bradford County Is now at and the person were killed and 37
akiet, "Florida_All Year Va- job next season. there wa an Increasing reluctanceto > the S. E. Sparks barber shop and company.New Injured In highway accidents In Councilman W. T. Jackson

*% Land." schedule games with the Tor 1-"J S will remain. there through'' Saturday Bradford County during the first warned auto driver to be careful f

I October Issue of' "The Sat- 'Broken Arrow'On nadoes. Consequently, Coacr .' :.f, '. SCe for the convenience of property Social Security six months of the year accordingto when driving from an oiled dirt

'Jday"Evening Post "Life" and Florida ScreenThe Hobbs felt it was desirable tc ,*,'A owners wishing to sign it Law Passes Congress a summary issued by the Stat. street onto a hardsurfaced streetIn
magazines will carry a change conference at this time. Any property owner who U a Department of Public Safety A wet weather. Several Instances t'

page advertisement of Florlalnlng panorama of Indian-white Deland and Ketterllnus are the .n. :4 qualified voter In Bradford Countycan ,, "Final,end favorable action by total of 47 accidents .were reportI I have been reported where car

lit I a coupon which can relationships. an .unusual love most formidable of the new opponents sign. both house of Congress was had ed In this county during that per- have skidded ;when proper caution t

to the' commission requeetI story and the challenge of the to be met by BHS. Owners representing 83AOC: this week on the new social security Iod. Is I not used the Councilman said. .
COpy of the booklet. Hobbs states that It U SF. lv'S. of land In this must law for The street
1 In the great outdoors are the Ingiedlentiof Coach acree county which I voted. Congressman Tha mileage death rate (number were recently oiled In
Center of this mailing piece "Broken Arrow;; already hailed Impossible to predict at this point \':).*>:,. o-S *i S sign before the question can br Charles E. Bennett said of death per 100 million Vehicle attempt to Improve them but

I"a color picture of Gold as a movie of magnitude elsewhereto Just how his current team will "iir.'d. S_ submitted to voters on the Nov. last week. "adding some IO mil. miles traveled) was computed at until the oil oaks In thoroughly
bttw Blate Park with some <>en show Sunday and Monday at stack up when the opening '? ember election ballot. It 1 1. desired lion persons to the 39: million now 13.8 for Bradford County. some of It I Is apt to adhere to f.

\\on! of us advantages and its the Florida Theatre here. The whistle sounds for the flrso game ti> to have a.. many owner of small covered by old-age insurance benefit I tires causing a car to skid when

14 near Keystone Heights. Twentieth Century-Fox large- with Williston. The squad I. tract of land sign the petition as *. raising Insured pensions by Recent Births' It gets on the slick pavement.

Head Park. third largest scale of an Important chap- weak on ends and guards but >" "" possible in order to make It rep- about 77'/i percent approximate Jackson warned. :
Park |In slorwa hasan ave < ter In American lore was filmed In outside of those two headache t: ( > j /,>, resentative. It was said. ly doubling the wage taxes fot I Recent births Inhe North
Of '
'IIOnlh more than 3,000 visitors Technicolor and stars James Coach Hobbs has no unusual : coverage, raising from 13,000 tcI36OO i Florida Cllnc were: Beryl D. Casey J J
can seat 1,100 at with worries he says. the amount of wage taxed
$ pic. Stewart as an adventurer I. tfje Mrs. M. McCutcheonFuneral Si
Iei, and has had aa many aa to'ploneer fair treat- for the Insurance, and providingfor Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Moseley of Wearing Navy "E" /
the .
courage 'Y1' Lawtey, a daughter, Patricia Ann
In one day. It con- Indians and feature Defense Council I service for Mrs. Minnie relief payments, to needy, totally -
ment on August; 22. i Beryl D. Casey, fire control
1./11,300 acres on the west end an Indian girl Carter McCutcheon, who mad net disabled persons."This "
'/ Lake and Is said to be Debra whom Padget he as fall in love and Will Meet TonightThe The public is Invited to hear home with her daughter Mrs. 'J I i Is probably the last major I Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Kukunskl of technician, third class, USN, received -
'llgheat spot between with social legislation Involving substantial -I Jacksonville a son, Albert Subs a "well done" from Admiral
Jackson. Jeff Chandler as the renowned executive committee of the Rev. E. E. Earnest each evening J. Oroes, of Jacksonville were J
Cedar Key Cochl e. Council I at 8 o'clock In the Brooker Baptist held at 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon expenditures which will; on August 22. R. L. Connolly when the Battle '.
: chief Defense
e Indian .
park W8.IJ established to Bradford County Church. Rev. Earnest i* pastor of In the Hardag and Son Chapel be passed until the present International Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ricks of Pennant
W I will hold Its first meeting tonight Starke, a son, Larry Joe, on Aug- Efficiency was awardedto
was Is he
: ,
developed by the the North Central Baptist Church She was a sister of Mrs. ErTle emergency
ielb License at 7:30: o'clock in the his ship, the heavy cruiser USS
Pilots (Friday) ust 22.
Conaervatlon!? CopP. In Gets I, Gainesville and will conduct: thisrevival John ut Starke. Following funeral said. "It wa first passed In the
It Wa5 Dedicated and opened received courthouse office of the Superintendent from Sept. 4th through the services In Jacksonville the boWIe about a year ago." Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Starling of Columbus, a* the outstanding
Conway Instruction.
ht, PUb110 U offer unexcelled Lacy Frederick airman's certificate of Public director of 10th. Everyone I la welcome. body wa sent to Orlando for Starke, a son Joseph Earl, on cruiser in the 1949- O Atlantic
ltie* to his private pilot Harmon P. Morgan, August 23: .
1n4 the public for recr... at Conway Airpark Tues the county council, urge all members burial. To Receive Degree Fleet competition. .
enjoyment. I
served a* nil at Uu meetingas New Banking HoursBeginning Enlisted members of the ahlp
Conway to be present
day. Lacy CARD OF'TIIANKSW Mr. Johnnie R. Green of i New Drivers Licenses
fltee flight instructor. directives and training data today the Florida wish to express our deepest Brooker will receive the degree of company are now authorized to
Voting to the 18 committee : < I
will be distributed chairmen. anda Bank at Starke will be open for appreciation for the words of BAE from the University of Driver's licenses for the new wear for one year the coveted "E"

'st 0 City program the beautiful flowers during out on September 2. Mr Judge' office: beginning Tuesday,
2 Electloa started AU-! INTEREST Defense Council organized P. M. dally except on Thursdayr their uniform signifying the part
and WUl the doors will close at 12 recent bereavement. We will Green ha been elected a memberof Sept. 3. Fee are the same as
of when
continue In.eaminl'
4 played the
through by a group they award.
T. Sept., Three following Jlew. and changes her on August ettlsens noon. Banking hour here were never forget th*' kindnesses of Kappa Delta Pi. an honorary formerly: ft for ordinary oper
Councll- County
sill The Tel* prominent Bradford edu- ator's lte 'nae and for thechautteur'a Casey I la the son of Mr. and
be elected In the voting of addresses received by the with the Stat Civil formerly from I B A. M. until 2 our friends.-Mrs. C. R- Manlre and1 professional society In 12 .

ttlalcel place on Tuesday graph will be of interest 39-0 to friendS.Mrs. S. HUI. Defense, works organization. P.M. and son. cation. license. Mr*. T. L. Casey of Stark*. I

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children of Fernandina and Mist Linda Crews were fishing at Cedar CHCRC110F
McCormick, allot Jacksonville, Mrs. Pete Sapp Mr. and Mrs. SCrews Edwards of Gainesvillewere Keys last saturday CO)
Mr. and Mrs. SIeber Edwards of I and children, and Mr. and Beatrice 8th 4 St
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED LAWTEY\ the guests of their mother, Mlsa Arthurlne Blanchard of CI
Tampa, Mr and Mrs. Hamilton of I Mrs. Dempsey Sapp and daughter Mrs Leona Edwards last Sunday. Jacksonville spent Sunday here SUnday SchOOl 10 .
Punta Qorda, parents of Zedra of Gainesville.Mr. L. II. Futcb Mrs. Frank Jones and children with her father, A. M. BlanchardMrs. Sunday Morning
1879 E. l_ MATTHEWS. OWNKH-tetTOK Hamilton of Brooker, Mrs. Susie and Mrs. W. H. Andrews I accompanied Mr. Jones to Gaines- J. ST. Eunice. Sr., returnedto Sunday Evening&,
Entered Second Andrews of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville were recent guests I School Enrollment SOT ville last Saturday and spent the her home last Sunday after' Y. P E Service'rut
Published! E\ery Friday and as Fla. Lee Green of Gainesville, Mr. ant! of Mrs. Andrews' sister Mrs Bud The Lawtey junior high school day with friends. spending last week In St. Marys Prayer ;deetinrla44e
Clam: Matter nt the Post Office at Starke. Mrs. Leaston Wynn of Hampton the 1050-:
Moody.\ opened last Monday for Mr. and Mrs. Wellan Sapp and Georgia, with her son-in-law and
Added to this dinner was a sur It you need a good substantial /61 term with A. A. Cook, principal Pierce were daughter, Mr. and Mrs.W. A.
1950 : birthday cake and Ice cream three children of Ft.
prise first
MEMBER enrollment on the
truck body built just call on The Bailey..
I for Mrs. Rosa Plnholater.i recent visitors In Lawtey.
expected '
Seeber and Earl Moody to do the day was 307 with others Miss Lou Edwards and Mist
Subscription*2.50 Annually $1.50 For Six Month i Ches Andrews has been picking work. They surely did a good jot during the week. Other teachers I Mr. and Mrs. E, E. Burney were Barbara: .Mooreof Jacksonville'
T. L, Casey and visiting Mr. Burney's mother, Mrs.
I those peas and squash last week on Seeb. truck. on the faculty are the visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs.I
high Georgia Ann Sapp, during
and this Russell Green has a large The C. B. Carrolls and childrenof Mrs. Emma Hill, junior I Will Edwards and Mr. and Mrs
The Life And Times son were visiting In Tampa and I pea field, too, but his aren't quite Jacksonville were recent visitors teachers; V. :J. Rape, sixth grade; weekend.The Fred Moore during the weekend
Plant City recently. Melba Partin five A; Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Robin
ready yet. Folks, he's real here. They reported some fine Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede
Of New River FolksII The Guy Parrlsh's are stl11plcklnR' !neighborly, so watch this column deep sea fishing trips of late. Joyce Futch, four and Jive B; Mrs. son and daughter, Miss ,Dorothy were
okra from their two acres. 'and when they start picking over Jewell Roberts three A and fourB Ann Robinson, moved Into the visiting friends here during the
I.naenliy Ervin Andrews enter.
JT Jp..le lee It to recently threeB Robinson weekend.
Russell Green Is hauling Miss Annette Simpson pastorium recently. Rev.
at the Green farm, Just carry tubs ;
'. .,, EU.It'rv with which he talned a large crowd of young two A; Mrs minister\ at the
} \In market along peas I trucks, and crates and fill 'em up. folks at a peanut boiling. Mrs ; Mrs. Eunice Kelly Is the new
Lou Johns, Johnnie FrancesCrews Is handling for some Brooker boys He won't have so many to pick Andrews served cake I Bonnie Jones, one A and two B; First Baptist church. Miss Rob- '
punch .and F R E E
Joe Leslie Forsythe, Bob, Charley Welch, who lives just then-! after a number of games had been I and Mrs. Anna Laura Morgan be inson entered high school 1r.1 e

by Crews ana a few friends In I across the river In Union county all Tommy Thomas of Ft. Myers enjoyed. ginners. Starke this week. For Prompt FREE Rempval

Lake Butler gave Sylvia and: Is say picking the okra okra price also.la holding They up son of Luclan Thomas, was visit Mrs. Jay Moody and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman Mrs. Bonnie Jones exercises will at attend the I I of Dead, Crippled, &Worth-
Butler ing his aunt, Mrs. Reddish Andrews : Camilla Jane, have been visiting and Bobble Norman and Mr. and commencement
Rhoda Ann Sapp of Lake comparatively well. less Cattle, Horses, !Mules
I of Florida next Saturday ,
and his grandmother, Mrs: her sister, Mrs. O. S. Collins, In Mrs. :J. C. Prevatt, Sr., were in University
a farewell party last Friday Mrs. :J. H. McCormick of Jack. Della Thomas, In Starke last I Miami. Jay says he's batched Ocala last Sunday visiting the J. night. Mrs. Jones will receive I & Hogs NOWiISOo
night. Mrs. Agnes Sapp and the sonville visited her mother, Mrs. week, but left Sunday morning for' her degree at that time. .
and long enough and is heading for C. Prevatt, Jr., family. Call 132 Starke
girls have moved to Orlando where W. M. Lawhorn of Brooker, home.Jon I' Miami too.Eustace Mrs. Emmett Banks and son Miss Mary Ann Wells who spent I check year f,
then attended services at the NewRiver Lazenby and Donnie her vacation at Fargo, WE ALWAYS COME !
they'plan to make their home. Kelly la planting about Gilbert, of Birmingham Alabama, summer I once policiw,
revival. Crews enjoyed a nice dip in the Georgia, returned to her home here,
Included Mr. of MrsBanks'
Guests from here 20 acres of peas for the fall were week-end guests Florida Renderers
:Jane Cowan, niece of Frank L. ocean Saturday ,
evening. Their last Saturday.Mr. 1
and children and sister,
and Mrs. Jay Moody market. brother-in-law FREE
and Roy Tomllnaon, has returned cousin, Jesse Marvin Cason of I INC. SER'
and Mrs. L. W. Page and
and Jon Lazenby. Tempting refreshments Friends of Mrs. Herbert Par- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones.
to her home In St. Petersburg Lake Butler, went with them and
were served to the rlsh met at the home of Mrs. C. Freddie DInkins who has been the Misses Virginia Nettles and r
Everett Renfroe, who has been they all reported
an time
many friends .who had gathered In E. Andrews recently and enter. spending the summer in Avon ..
In the government hospital Gene Andrews is now employedby
there to goodbye. tamed at a stork shower In her returneeS
say Park with relatives, has
Memphis, Tenn., U now home with the Florida Roofing Co., Ir
Mr. and Mrs. Granger are back his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jacksonville. He spent the weekend honor.and prizes Several awarded games were to Mrs..E.A played -. to his home here for the school FOR YOUR rflT1 REQUIRE'lIENTSIt

home after an extended visit In ,Renfroe. He Is permanently discharged with his parents, Mr. and Sapp and Mrs. E. L. Kelly. term. SLJiMitLSn
Mr. Granger's old home state, from the hospital. Mrs. C. E. Andrews, this week. Visitors during the weekend of CharleyAgen
Refreshments were served to the Pays To Trade With Slade I
North Carolina. The Eustace Kelly Moore family were the
REVIVAL ENDED are workingon 16 guests after an afternoon of the Fred
Wilbur Turner left Sunday for The Baptist Revival, conductedby their new bath room, which I I. Rev. E. D. Boyer, Fred Boyer and PROPANE" GAS
a camp near Seattle, Wash., the Rev. Fred Green of Jack. beginning to be a source of worry fun.Frank Tomlinson dusted Russell Mrs. Jewell Royal of Tampa and Phone IS glftepreiantina
where he will be stationed with sonville, and the pastor, Rev. to ,get all the necessary equip. Green's 29 acres of peas last week Mrs. Grover Highsmlth and Miss GAS pplian'fIIo
the 747 Tank Battalion B. John Truby Parrlsh, closed with a large ment. Cement seems to be the John Dukes and wife, Sam Ella Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville.Miss .
Dukes also will be stationed there. basket dinner out on the long, big draw back. Eustace certainly moved from our midst last weekIt Mary :Julia and Blnton SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc.
Wilbur's wife will make her home covered table. Among those from has a field of beautiful hogs seems that'Uncle Sam" got In Futch were attending church at ,

with the R. J. Turners. out of town were Mr. and Mr.. especially a bunch of big Durocs a little bigger hurry than :John had Evergreen last Sunday. E. Call St. tarke. Fla. -
Russell and Lucile Green and Carl Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Mack These are for sale and he plans tc planned on. John knew he was Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Tucker and THE TRAVI
I take them to market soon. If
any. supposed to reenter the armed
one would like some or" one of forces on Sept. 3, but now he will .
these! for breeding '
purposes bet. go somewhat earlier. Mrs. Dukes
ter see Mr. Kelly quick, before will reside at Lake Butler where
C. H. Nasworthv General Supplies they are hauled away. I she Is employed as high school
R. J. Turner, Jr., and a friend English teacher. John leased nil

232 E. Call St. Starke Phone 198 Wllleene Terry of Ft. White, were I,farm and pastures to Mr, Lawson LOVETT
Visiting the R. J., Sr.'s Ihls week. of Starke for five year.
r r r.. r r r They all.went fishing but the luck -
was "not advertised." Frank L. Tomllnson certainly
Beautiful Refrigerator has hog feed this year, and he had
CHURCH AT LONG BRIDGE the hogs to consume It, too. He
Philco Special - - $194.50 Services were held In the Long believes he has enough feed to STARKE FLORIDA Prices Good Through Sat. 2nd
last until ---
Bridge Christian Church Sunday December or :January ,
morning and afternoon. Rev. Fief However, he'll sell most of hit
Broil Under Glass Dodd, pastor, filled the pulpit 'hogs earlier. He has his market

Philco Range w . $144.95 Services are held each second an? hogs now on corn, and will put
fourth Sundays and a special ser them on the peanuts soon. He
or- vice la held every Monday even has chufas for his brood sows. ALL FLAVORSJELL

Philco Freezers . $193.00 ing.to Everyone attend. Is cordially Invited EASE PRICKLY HEAT COCA-COLA

.. r" '" ,, and Diaper Rash FAST!
Mrs. Ira Merritt received a message ,..\101 from prickly hoe tnd other minorskin
Philco 1951Television concerning her brother, Eron Irritation corn*. fast when you UMPl.aic.Ud
Wester of Brunswick, Ga., stat au minor Skin
IrrltMloni. Sold withmone'b.
12 in., - $169.95 ing that he was in a serious con- .... tuaranUe, el all tfruffilnuLYCOBOROL .

r. dition in the Savannah hospital
Mrs. Merritt was planning to gc
1951 FM Console3-speed phonograph W at this writing.

Philco Radio Combination Miss Ida Merritt recently returned
$229.95 6 Bottle

,she attended from Douglas the funeral, Ga.,of where her Let Us Thoroughly 1 7 c3for 1

Freezer Paper, 400 ft. Roll $ 4.25 :gett.maternal Mrs.aunt Padgett, Mrs. Ophelia has visited Pad Wash Your Clothes Carton

I. r I II here and we all knew her and regretted 9 Founds
I to hear of her death.
Speed Queen.Washing .. Peter and Gerry Sapp and son For 40c! ,

I Machine . 99.95 'Mike, are back from Palatka NO. 2 VAN CAMP
FREE Bleach If Desired!
I Pete has three more weeks of
r r r ,
work there, but Gerry ''is going BEEF Wi J
t Red Rubber 10 Year Guarantee I II to finish her last year in school at Pork & Beans132c

I Garden Hose, 50 ft. $ 6.95 :BHS. Junior may stay with hit
grandmother Mrs. E. A. Sapp We Will
.. 'while mother begins her role as a v
,dignified senior. Dry Your Clothes
$69.95 Ice Boxes $ 19.95 Tommy and Vivian (Dowling) QUEEN

Holden and son, Danny, of Jacksonville For 20c 35c Pte 2
.-- r r recently visited, their ATYi; lb.19c

"2-in, Well Pipe,, 5-ft.. .rTA.RITE $ 2.50 uncles and Dowling.grandmother, R. J. and, Roy Mrs. Turner;Rhoda la New Automatic 0 Driers! i

A. P. Moore stopped for a short
visit here on his way to Texas
] Well Pumps Mrs. Moore will remain In Miami
The WasheteriaTemple EVAPORATED 2 Ib.APP
Among those from here attend-
ing the Sam Crews reunion at the picKLES 1 9c
State Farm recently ;were Mr Ave. Starke

and Mrs.\. E. A. Sapp, Mr. and MILKS JEL


tall 29c; TOMATO 2

cans JUICE TEn3for25C ,


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1 :i- ...,. '-'i I

Sirloin or ClubSTEAK Half or Whole TenderizedHAMS U.S. NO.1 11L

1I LtAuE Potatoes W.

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1: 1 spent 5 minutes and saved $$1000" i Ib. 69c- Ib. 59c GRAPES, Ib. \*

'; Say Walter Boyd, Los Angetei, Calif. Com !In see how you could pay $1,000 moro and still not get TOP

","II"; all Dodge extra room...ease of' handling..famous dependability FANCY CHUCK ROAST lb.59c CARROTS 2 bane

, .. .. L_ you can rarely spare S minutes driving cue you've never expert-
e ). MI-r..L; especially when that' all it take enred before rnggedneta and de.9tJ.t" SKINLESS ,
:r. to tee exactly how yea. could pay. 11,000 pendabilily to lave yon money mil WEINERS lb. 33c
14)0., Il swtR more without leuiDleYer'tbin. Dodge after, mile. These are thing that belong ,
( t ;'\ .I.t." :-7-- give, *yon! to Dodge and only la Dodge do FROZEN FOODS
:,J ., D."t.1 Yea, in jest S minutes behind the 70a let them all! SLICED BACON Ib.-------49c.
st; S < ftI,sg fitaR wheel yoo.ll discover room in"- thai Come In today how easj It U to
l} I '\. A"1 cart coating much more don't give yon own the new Dodge. ol your choice.


lb. 45c
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,1 a-mm rr COTTAGE CHEESE, 1b.-e---- 15c Pkg. 19c 19<


Over 2000 Items Are LotJ.tSE'P,1150
Cheaper At
I 600 Temple Ave. Phone 69 Starke, Florida

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children of Gainesville visited his Helen vlsted Mrs. K. C. Long and: family reunion at the home of Mr. Bradley Geiger or Jacksonvlll In Circuit furl Bradford Cnn y,, !, Circuit Court. Hrndtcrd C.",,,.
parent, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott, daughter of I Jobless Benefits I riorldal In ('''..''.P?.- Florida In C'huucerr.Nettle .
JOKER last weekend. Betty Raiford Fri and Mrs. George Rivers In Graham were visitors of Mr and Mrs.' J Thomas Prwlvo, Plaintiff v.. Tlllt Uarbour Plaintiff 'YS. Thomas
day. I Total $600 In County Sunday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs Prtvlvo, Defendant. Care No. S031 Harbour, Pefendent. Caaa No. lOll
Stanley Crosby enjoyed last M. Bradley Sunday. The Geiger Order Of Pukll'ntlon Aatl Notice T* Order Of Publication And Notlc* TAppour. .
ew4s Mr. and\ Mrs. J. P. Baxter vlilt- During July Crews and of Mr. and Mrs. Sellers Appear ..'"T..I OF KI.OIIIUA TOI BT'TH OK n.ORlnA' TOI
a Mrs week at Salt Spirngs. ed her parents Mr. and Mrs. during the :weekend their visit occasioned were called to the Farm on account Tllllo Prwlvo I whoa. realdeno and Thomas Harbour whose rlanouIns
Forrest Crosby of Miami and W addrea* la;: Wie'.Sollna PowiatLas- Rout 4, Box 88, Clinton, Alabama -
Johnnie Lewis of Jacksonville last Bradford County unemployed by this event were Mrs ; of the death of M. E ko Poor I.eko, Wo, Ri....lon. t

nrlll l\f..etlni'meeting C. Crosby of Leesburg visited their weekend workers received almost $600 in A. F. Thornton, Mrs. Waldo' Griner, Sr. You arc required to appear on You are required to appear on Sptember >.
S. baalneaethe sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm September It, 1050, In the above 11 I960, In the above named
church Harrel'' unemployment compensation benefits Pringle and her son Harry and named. Court and wherlt Court u wherein plaintiffKeek
Bapust Mrs. J. W Thomas last I Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera and oaute dadvores es'
were week. attended Baptist Church service to Mrs.Emma Rivers all of Auburn- plaintiff peeks divorce. Bradford .* .. Pradford. County
emOOI\. There Mrs. Grover Moore and sonsBrya.nt at during July, according their children Patsy and Brian County Tvlearaph shall publish this. Telegraph shall publish this Order
had Hampton Saturday night Helen I. Slvla, Manager of the dale, Mrs. Bill Atwood of Jackson I' returned Thursday from New Order 'In next four weekly laua. In next four weekly Uiuei.
preeen mg They con and Buford of Starke via Mrs. Cassia Larramore of St Gainesville office of the Florida ville and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Witness my hand and official seal, Witness rnv hand and official' ...1
,vable P ited her sisters Mrs. N. C Mott Smyrna where they spent several at Stark, Florida, this August 9. at Btarke, Florida this August 6,
Petersburg has been Rivers and their
chaJrma.n, visiting her State Employment Service which son, Charles days. I960, 11&0. ,
and Mrs. E. C. Lewis
e program The next Sunday.Mr. sister-in-law Mrs. Mattle Sowell takes care of Bradford County Henry, of Marlanna. I (OFFICIAL SmA T.) A. 3 Thomas., (OFFICIAL SEATA.. J. Thoma..
Thomas. and Mrs. Dan Lewis of I I I Aa Clerk of said Court Clerk of ..ald Court.Rv .
for Ona I. Circuit An
two weeks. Miss Court.
held at claims. Lee Dunn of St. Louis Bradford (0. '",
rtl. T Drawer D C.
be By Mar D. C.
will Kingsland Georgia visited Mr I Klnrlrim .. C'kmirrrr.Thinalil : Myrtle T. Oeaver
ung 6. atEveryon5 Miss Lubedla Pinholster I Mo., is spending her vacation with M Simmon i T. Frank fandrum. Stark. FloridaAU.forP FI. K. Ferryman, Stark, Florida
sept and Mrs. N. C. Mott and was Payments ranging: from $:$ tc Flnlntlrf. va. .
lurch Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Wallace.: Mr. Th liiia, Mac Slmmonn, DvrendontOnus : Alty. for Plf.
Starke business ?
4t ?
is Mrs. E. C. Lewis last week. on Tuesday. I $15: per person fluxuated during No. S044( 1111 M \J1NOTICI

Mrs. Nora Sapp visited her son the four week period from none and Mrs. Wallace spent the past Order Ot PwMli-ntlon And Notlro To '. Bradford -
ttendior, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Parker and I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dan App.... arAlH OF Tel In Circuit ( .0" Cou tr or RMCCTIOtI. :
son Danny were in Gainesville and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs In the third week to twelve the Thtlnm MM. HimtnnnR, w11114 realAnne. |- Florlani IPJ CSaenry.Edwin Plaintiff. Rose J. B Wainwright. Mayor ef <
school Harry Sapp. of Jacksonville the fourth week. Payments Bryant in Jacksonville meeting In Wanhlna-tnn, D. C. UU A Jarmui Defendant.vs. Stark Florida, by virtue of the k,I
high average : Prenty Jarmua, .
Saturday. ; Miss Dunn there. Parkland Court, s. K,j authority veiled In ma by law do
8:3C: latter part of last week. eight week. Can. No. 1090 election to b. held
morning at per I You ere r"1"lrpd/ to appear on hereby call an
daY of 172 Mr and Mrs, Herachel Layfield Mr. 'Mr. and Mrs. Lyle A. Noland Kr' |>tmh<>r lath, 1B60 'In the Ahoy. Order Of Publlcnllon Aud. Nnilce To at the City Hall.. 'In the aforesaid
I M and children of Gainesville and and Mrs. T. B. Mann John When layoffs and unemployment -I named Court end rmiiio, wherein Ap....... 5'1' 'ATid OF .. )HIIJTOI town by the qualified voter onTueHduy.
Substantial tne Freeman and Miss their daughter, Meredith Ann plaintiff seeks rtlvorru.I nrndfnrrirminljr September 13. Hal, for the .
Theney Mann occur the economic shock land : : Hone Prenty Jarmun, whose repldenca .
a Mr. Mrs. !
eats and Jack: Simmons of Telegraph' hall. publish thl of electlnc the followingofficers '
enrolling attended the Raiford I hits Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. J. B and address I*: let West aot purpose .
} 1949.50 Montioch' visited their parents Baptist bap employers in business and Order In next four weekly (nationWltnvn Street: New York City, New York I I
exercises werehool tism services held In KIngsley lake Industry as well as workers. Such Strickland and their son, Johnnie mv nand and official. prut" You are required to appear on September Three Merman tar Two Year ,
Mr. and
ThevIce Mrs. N. C. Mott SundayMr of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs lit Htarkc, Flnrlila. thla August la, II' 10GO In the above named Iniipertiirii nf paid election T. '
unemployment Is
l auditorium. and Mrs. E. C. Long and Sunday often beyond 1950, Court sn.i cause wherein" plaintiff H. William. F. (d. Hemingway 8. r
was given by Wright Crosby of Greensborc ; the control of Individual employer Marcus Reddish and their sons, (OFFICIAL 111 \T.) A. J Thoman, peek divorce. Kradfard County 13. Sparks (Ivors. ; Flynn Jr., and
daughters Betty and Martha of A. Clerk of nitld Court, ,
Roger and Dennis, of Hellbronn Telegraph shall nublleh this Order H. y I.pp' I
'slits, speeches were Raiford visited friends here Sat- visited Buster Crosby last week Springs were guests of Mr and Tnnn J.By .Mvrlld, n'F.r.ItVtr'c;: O In next four wkly IBRU**. In testimony whereof I hereunto
I hand and official sealat and ,
prlnclpa.1.Green. Wltnem the
mv eau*
Miss ubecrlba my name
Parker Maryland Crosby daugh- During 1949 approximately
A urday afternoon.Mrs. I : lonial Ave. .fnckionvlllo) Via
thla Au ut I.
Mrs. A,, C. Davis during the week mark, Florida oal of
president of O. W. ter of Mr. and Mrs. H B. Crosbya $26,000 was paid to Bradford Alty. for Pit. __ 9135.4t; -9115 lean. unto frX..e.r.alhlt"t; the tgrJ''lIahri :.
Barry the first
of this week with Mr.spent Barry's sis graduate of F. S. U., began i County workers in unemployment end. In rirnl /r'nt. ; "' Bradford ri . tOFFICIAl,A SEAT* Cl Inrk) of A. said Curt' August A. D. 1850. r
Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Fervid,. tit f lianivrT.nonrio (Official Seal) J. R. Wainwrlsht.
teaching her first term school at compensation. from Myrtle ) ,
\al ter Mrs. II, D. Lynn of Lacoochee Employers MlloSclgler of Lake ButlerBryan W Blna-li'ton.' Plaintiff, vs .... FI.ankT\r... .. : 't'I k".h.'IJ: \\Ir..or.
iiofthe I : who has been confined to the B. H. S., Starke Monday. this county contributed slightlyover Mary Singleton Deiendent Attys. for FIG ATTEST!: Carl Johns, City Clerk
nrSeptember Whitfield visited relative Case No (AmOrdrr 114.lt-111 .
$6,700 to the Unemployment Silt U 1111
Iwill Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott visited
hospital dUB to illness Mr. and or Publication 'Cad Vntlrr ToAnprar
EU, conducted by Rev. her mother Mrs. Brook Perryman i Compensation Fund, :wIth the result and friends In Fruitland Park and a-r1H OF ri.0..ll.\ Tot
Mrs. Barry attended the Baptist
Leesburg Saturday Mary Rlnprletnn whORit ru"lpn"
iinesvllle. Everyone Revival services held at Antioch of Gainesville last weekend. that $19.300'more was spentIn In and aAdraee Im 41ST Frame PUoo,
attend. Little Glynn'and Darrell Lay. the county In form of Insurance Mrs. Carrie Thonton of Auburn- Flnihtnir, Lnng Inland, New York I
church last weeK.Mr. dale was the guest of Mr and You are required tr appear on
than la es.
r field of Gainesville are visiting payments was paid the Peptember &n, 1MO, 'In the above 51 '
and :Mrs. B. G. Miller of Mrs. Dave Thornton this past
daughter oft their grandparents Mr. and Mrs form of Insurance premiums. named Court and rauaa, wherein
Fowler, '.
h Jacksonville were guests weekend. plaintiff peeks rtlvorre. Bradford
I S. Fowler and supper N. C. Mott this week. Unemployment Insurance also County Telegraph: hall pnblleh thlp i i0
? of her mother Mrs. Lottie Edwards Mr. and Mrs. P, S. Crews had Order In next four weekly IHPIIANWttnen .
I IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carlton and helps to prevent the scattering mv hand and official pealt -' ,

In, were married Sun- daughter were in Gainesville shopping ,of trained workers during tem as their luncheon guest TuesdayMrs. "'I.rke. Florida this Auvuit 13, :::,: I I
Mrs. Guy Harrell and children Beanie M. Greene of Live 1SBO '
|n In the Fowler resllUott Saturday. porary layoff periods. In many (OFFICIAL, "mAL) .. ,. I
visited Mrs. J. V. Edwards of Ben .
Mrs. G. W Davis and children Instances unemployment Insurance Aa Clerk Court ,
netts Lake Thursday.Mrs. Oak.During the week Mr. and Mrs rty Myrtle T. Heaver D. C. ,
has kept workers from leav-
were among those who attended Carlo H Harper 104 W. Unlvaril- i iR I
and Reed and Mattle Sibley of Theressa church at Rook Sunday. ing town for* new jobs. It kept Dennis Fancher and their youngson tv AT*'. Oalneiivlll, Florida. 17 1 ii i,

visited their uncle and relatives of Miami visited Miss Beaty Carlton visited well trained workers In the com Pete returned home following Atty. for Pit- sh5.4t| -9115| ..' I II

fl.. and Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Carrell Adkinson Friday. Miss Lillian Andrews of Lake munity and employers could re- a visit with Mr. and Mrs. P In Circuit Court.. IlradCord Couutr, Vwra .;, !

Fmt City last week. Mrs. Carrell Adkinson and hire as their business permitted D. Fancher In their cottage at Flnrlitai In ( kancrrr.Jullui -I
Butler last week. N. Plaintiff, vs +
and son Lar- Ilean attended the Hendersonvllle N. C., and with w'r ;..: 1
I Crosby daughter Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and Instead of going through the long Orac W, I fndnt.
visited friends dinner In honor of Mrs. other relatives In Atlanta, Ga. Mr. fan* No 1044
fcjboro birthday of
process training new workers .,,,.
Mrs. Ned Hicks were in Lake Butler Order Ot Publication And N. ToAppear "
last weekend. Emma Rivera of Auburndale Mrs. Sivta pointed out that and Mrs. Fancher Sr, also are at Mr*'in OF Ki.omuA TOI

Mr8. Pasco Mott and 'which was given at the home of Mrs.on business M. L. Tllgham Saturday.and children workers are not allowed to draw home again after an enjoyable Uraca.addr..W.was Wnrren: Z1HU, whose North tact Alabama known, only the FORD TRACTOR has the

her son George Rivers of Gra Barbara Ann and Lee of ,unemployment compensation benefits stay in the Carolina mountains.Mr. Uslnnvllle, Alarhua County Kla:
and Mrs. C. M. Turney were You ara required to appear on
ham.Mrs. Gainesville visited her parents,. when work is available September 25, 11)50) In the above
Carrell Adkinson and Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs named Court and cauls, wherein
HONE 218 Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott. Friday plaintiff Peek. divorce, custody and
Charles W Turney In ,FruitlandPark. PROOF-METER
daughter, Ilean were In Starke on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer of Recent Births control of minor rhlilren and other
Little Misses JoAnna and relief. Hradford County Telersraph
ONIALIORIST Business Monday afternoon. Eau Gallie visited relatives here returned to their hall publinh this Order .In next
Mra: Guy Harrell and Miss Geneva 'I last weekend and were accompan- Recent births in the North Floe Margaret Turney tour weekly ,Ineuea.Wltneea .
Fruitland Park home at that time mv hand and official arse!
Stokes were in Gainesville :. led home by their daughter, Pat ida Clinic were: after having been here with their at ',Stark, Florida. this August 13, Now Standard Equipment on Every New Ford Tractor I

shopping Monday. who has been visiting Annette Mr. and Mrs. E? L. Manning of 1KHO(

Several from here attendee I. Green and other relatives for a Starke, a girl Rubye Mae, on grandparents Mr. and Mrs.for E.a F.;week.Redding had (OFFICIAGA.ECIerk of A. aid 1. Thomas Court,. BUY ON PROOF Instead of Promises !

church services at Antioch last I few days. 10. By Myrtle T. Heaver D. C. I
August as their dinner guests Friday Mr Carlos H. Harper 204 W. Unlveraltv ,;
IOWER week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and Mr and Mrs. L. M. Gatlln oi their Av rinlnesvtlla, .Fin.Atty W.b.gueu about tractor performance-before you buy I
and Mrs. Frank Crews and
sILL Mr. and Mrs. V, V. Hazen and *. for PIG s2| -4t-015| J
children Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Starke, a boy Lester Morris, on baby Sandra Susan of Arcadia I or tfttf you buy Now guesswork is no longer necessary '; ':,

OCCASIONS children of Starke visited rela- Green and children Roy Green August 10. and Mrs. Marion Crews Sr., and 8cald CAI bid... will Fore ho in received in by' The new Ford Tractor Proof-Meter shows performance, i

tives here Sunday. and children. Miss Mildred Mann Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Blackburn her daughter Delyne, of Lawtey the City Council of the City of tfficltitcy and economy right before '
1>fr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker visited Mr and Mrs. Dave Green and of Rtark at the City Hall ln-8tarke,
in Starke a daughter Sharon Mrs. J M. Bradley was in Jack. Klnrlda. until 6'no o'clock. P. M. onTuesday your eyes on the dashboard. It will !
R. T. McDavld a patient Julian, and Mrs. Mary Green .
son Marie on August 10. sonville from Thursday until Sat the 6th day of SeptemberA i
Proof Meter-
Alachua County Hospital Gainesville enjoyed Sunday at Brooklyn lake >' 10SO.( at which I time and pine pay you to see this. TT5r7cn
@ Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Arant ot urday as the guest of relatives. all...1 'bid. received: I will\ ba publiclyopened IE11DOGOLOIDixie : : '
afternoon. We wish and 1'ODAYOn'ytbeFordTractorhasirl : !
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green
Lake Butler a son, Donald Mikeon Pfc. Johnnie Crews of U. S and road aloud, on the following -
him a speedy two children Mrs. Rosa Pinhole :
recovery. August 12. ry Point, N. C., was the visitor of Five year |lease of a'arbnir dump
n! GARDENS Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and : ter, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinhols Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Harvey"ofGll'n Marine Corps, stationed at Cher. for pitMtur privilege. .. onlydescribed Equipment Co. Inc. ; j
follow: NWU OFNIC'4 ;
children attended the Hines reunion ter, Jr., of Jacksonvlle are upending au
St. Mary a daughter, Glenda Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Davis MondayMr. except the Went 195 feet ,
|POTTERY which was held at Poe this week at Crystal lake. Ruth on August 16. and Mrs. W. O. Engramhad of Maotlon 83, Township Bradford A South 1026 So. Main tit.. GaJnsevllle, Fla.I .'
tt F.n.t In
Sunday. Plnholater Miss Lubedle Ftana-a
Springs Truby Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baggett ot as their luncheon guest Tuesday County, Florida.
PLANTS Mrs. Cecil Moore visited with Pinholster, T. B. Stewart. Mrs the rlwht t..sr.awuaw..ttnwe.a. '
I Th. and c'lly reserved
Green Cove Springs a son, or HM.: L. R. Thomas of, Hell all bid,
Gainesville Thursday. and' son, Lloyd' Bar. to accept or reject any or :
ERS WIRED friends at Kelley August 20. bronn Springs.Mr City of Htarka Florida 1 I ., "
fSYWHERE Mrs Relta Brown of High ry and son Wilbur enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs. Hollan Payne ot and Mrs. Vance Geiger and By Carl John., City St clerk let I
Springs and Mrs. L. A. ,Mott and fishing trip on the Suwannee rivet
Keystone Heights, a son on August II
Stark children Wednesday.visited the zoo at Jacksonville Thursday. 20. ti, n 't I d r I

Mrs. Lloyd Barry and daughter ( IIARVESTYOfK OWN ,


Four-yer study carried on by Floridians seem to be putting

iREZ STORE !"-0---1891 IIIII the Forest Service U. S. Depart more faith In matrimony as a way

: Established ment of Agriculture Indicates that of life If figures compiled by the

the owner of a Southern woodlandcan Florida State Board of Health

Increase his gross income Bureau of Vital Statistics in Jacksonville .

from timber as much as three are a reliable barometer ,

TRANSFER times if he does his own cutting of romantic urge. ,

[ALYAKtrL & SON STORAGE COD logging .and hauling Instead ot For the first six months of this' A PART OF FLORIDA .

selling his trees on the stump. year 13,632 couples elected to
b F- U_' ._;<'iV1f'1--' : ;.' .r 'We operate local The statement Is based on findIngs travel In double harness as com

of the Southeastern Forest pared with 10,639 couples duringthe

R.t.&,o"M& ftMll'1 '; >lone distance Experiment Station at AshevilleN. first six months of 1949.

.,,-_...., li an \herein U. S. C. Using equipment availableto .

'. .;.;.MOV154fi...--h' \ the average farmer the Forest lyf v 'h, p '; j jt

V EXCELLENT Service's experiment station grossed STATE FARM .

113,770 from a 302-acre wood.
1 STORAGEFACILITIES land during the period from 1948to B, Mm.. Bryan \YhItflcld ? e 1 rik aek

1949. If the timber had been !

w sold as stumpage gross return VI
Death of 51. K. Griner, Sr. .
For 3910. .
would have been only I-j,
heart attack M. E.
'sl Following; 'a
return on
The acre gross '.'c
her per Gainer Sr., died at.his home ; 1
first the woodland averaged $11,36 syear. .fjr( ; i
I See us had been folf here Sunday morning.: Funeral
; If the trees
services held in the Stark
1. on the stump, the return would 1
Methodist church Tuesday afternoon
have been only $3.23 per acre. '
with burial In Melrose. Survivors MOTORISTs '
particularly tourists must
........ include, Mrs. Grlner their .
son, MSgt., Martin Grlner Jr. have motor products and services, and on- :

and two grandsons. Martin HI .v the-road conveniences available where.,,,. 1
and Harold of Pensacola, and a

brother.John Griner of Melrose they choose to drive. :

Mr. and Mrs. Grlner have been : + i
Since the first oubof-stare car drove onto a r :
Farm residents for many yean .
'*10''" been sad ?: Florida Standard Oil has been the ;; \
l .. and our communityhas ', highway, yx
.I> : 4
x :" ."" ,fg h dened by his death. Sympathy I' ,
%< in these services '
,*' 11:{' ; pioneer providing products
extended to the bereaved family jA .
4 '
on your:' reIu"rn> to schoo'lG r 9 :'\ and convenience From Fernandina to Fort

{ ." .' Johanna Mulllln of Media Pa., ,
:: from Pensacola to Palm Beach. "
,:: Myers
Starke relativeswas
GttEYHOUNr !? who Is visiting '

o the overnight guest of Frances the motorist is seldom out of fight of the I

." .,,,. "' ,- .. .. .,..' ..- .. _,,"'"'...._..,.u."',''.'"'"'''',....-.,";.;.#>> Y' I Mr Caldwell and Mrs last Tom Friday.Lowrey and ;' '.. familiar Standard Oil sign. $' -.lire a. :

their baby. Ann of Wlngate N In money and people In plants and b :.

de 7) eHee C., were Sunday visitors of Mr 'il'' ..equipment. this Company has its largest r' ,
SatJe and Mrs R. H. Cox; L

After an extended visit with stake in Florida, because we have always be. \ J /

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow lined in Florida's future

Miami ..11$ "".... 6.. "e.1II3.::1$ and with other relatives in this great s Aes \ )
.: II.C.
T.0.1.,11'..... 595 Jab 4I.-ms."._'". .... Las section of the state M. D. Carter \\ In 1949 alone, this Company's Florida salaries ;- ;v tt !

L 6akelad a..... kal.i..... \.1''. ;ated" returned to his home in Lake !
additions and t
... lurkaiu. :> and commissions to re .'
11 a.
1'a IIa4.a. ... 11.30' '
of last week. !
\ukrull.. re Worth Thursday '
n.I.. .. ParkYorfc It :.7.1141""." .,..Ia...'..... *Kr.la.f.alureTllle aam: :: Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Redding maintenance of Florida plants and equip \ + :.'. \ .j:
Tuekeg. .
T.w City JII.I3 ,... f.... r '
rp7" .
w Farm resident having ..
are again and k "
Sew 0.1..., L. II..MS ".' IU") /' ment.Ifcenses taxes, Including pro \ ,
A....,.. Urn. 5.55 t.rrcavlll 'i. eO, moved last Tuesday from Hell- y l
r.S Auk.ru.Colnuibln.Ala...C r5..103 T..I.t .I. t..u.utor .. SIC. 5.55: 4 bronn Springs Into the house for duct taxes which we collected and paid to k'a

Plus t:... T.s On All .,ae". Fare merly occupied by Mr. and Mrs State of Florida authorities, amounted to el,. I 'I

/i/ C KIrkland. Wet itvtntttn million dollar } ,
Vacations ended Monday for ,

Greyhound Bus Station Farm boys and girls who attend i

FREQUENT school In Union and Bradford

Temple "ve.. Starke SCHEDULES counties. Beginners this year In ,

clude John Howell Barton and s '
Phone 147..J Sunny LJbhart, while the senior :;STANDARD OIL COMPANY 1, --.
: tic_ :
D are Peggy Caldwell 'and Dewey (KINIUCKY) (
OLLq 'l'.. I
Thornton. .
SAV/ With their daughter Deidra. .

,J.t FARES \lr. and Mrs. R. 1. Dobbs of .Si4 I

Memphis. Tennessee have been recent .it

a A MKk visitors of the L. D. Dobbs '"I
e I 'J 4 $l as I f 3At t. : .
k ramily. .I

I Mrs. P. S. Crews, Bill Rivers t
and Mr and Mrs. Spencer Crews.

A and Mr*. C. D. Sellers and her I

'Y children. Patricia WlUard and

j'i ? iar3 i-. Emma Lou, attended the Rivers'

,phone;; .1 I I K. G. DUNCAN, AGENT Starke. Ba i .



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... .,. .. .. .. .,.. Friendship Class PTA To Meet tember building,7 at, In 8 o'clock.the Woman's Club

Has Supper EventThe The Starke PTA will hold Iti Mr. C. L. Curry, program / and
... LJ\. first meeting of the new school chairman, will present a health / / your choice
Friendship Class of the / will be
year In the USO building Tuesday program. a
Presbyterian Church held its regular night, Sept. 12, at 8 o'clock. MrsH. Hostesses will be Mrs Elizabeth
.# monthly supper and business A. Lawson president, urges all Hogan chairman, Mrs. Lucille JOHN DEERE
meeting in the Sunday schoolrooms members to attend. Godwin, Miss Sharon Hall, Miss "
; last Friday night. I Carnlta Hutto, Miss Lucila Alvarez. MODEL ...
Residence june Caldwell After a delicious supper the Mark's Mrs. Jewell Noegel, Mrs .
St. AuxiliaryThe The John V'J
Ph. State Farm n Editor Phone :29 business meeting was held with Loyree Hartman, Miss Hazel Model
! '. : .,.' '. tractor that invites
W. T. Jackson presiding, and the St. Marks Ladles' Auxiliary Fields Marjorie Dowling and t;'. : : .. ",.'-4 In usable compn0
--- ; : power i in
I ,
following appointments were Miss Frances Colley.PatrayCrews I' 6' ease 01
j, HostessTo TaylorThomasMiss made for committees: hostess will hold Its regular monthly }..,;, ., y: JO-} ..-: .r cUing and comfort for the
Mrs. Quigley meeting on Monday eveningSeptembe' { in day-in operao!
,: .
} day-out
I James Bunch visiting Mrs. .
Mrs. ;
11, Instead of the First \( ; xe economy" '
WCTU MembersTwo .. : / ease of!
: Ruth Thomas, daughter of I Guy Andrews and Mrs. Charier i t ', servicing, it offe
Monday. A covered dish luncheon ,0
J. extra value.
,Mrs Fred Lanler of Hellbronn' Shepherd; social, Miss Luella Mrs, L. L. Rushing announce ,
and a has been planned. All member '
teen-age girls Springs, and Leon Taylor, son of Mitchell and Mrs. Walter Muhl- to. attend. the marriage of her daughter In the Model "M"YOU'U
White-Ribboner were guests of the Mrs. W. H. Taylor of Screven. Ga. hofer; promotion, Mrs A. Lib- are urged Marie, to Gene Patray, son of Mr r ,. : :" : the fundamental l features find a
Laura Scott W. C. T. U. Friday were married last Sunday, August' hart; and publicity, Mrs Sam and Mrs, James Patray. \M':.:;"lz have made John Deere 2.cylin whic
meet. Ga. and Mrs. T. li. Me- Team Entertained 1 Tractors
afternoon when the regular 27, In KIngsland McGarvey The ceremony took place In .l so successful
Ing of that organization waa held Tho Rev. Hebert Ethridge per. Neill. Mr. Caro Chandler was W: H. Graham was host tc KIngsland, Ga., on Monday, Aug y ; ,: through the years-simple, i dow
at the home of Mrs. J. T. Quigley. formed the ceremony In the Metlv appointed class secretary and 'members of the Alvarez Store 7, Accompanying the couple were ? o ';:r'c;. design proper weight dislrib ruqq
At the close of the devotional o period the two girls sang a temperance Witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. Del secretary.The Wednesday evening. The fish were tray, brother and sister of the rm: if others. Built-in Touch.o.mat g h'h't
song, "Hear the Brook bert Crews of Starke. class discussed many Inter. prepared on the outdoor grill at bridegroom, and Robert Johns, '4 ,r...- draulia control, self starter c J'
let." The couple reside at the Palm eating plans for future work including the Graham summer cottage on The former Miss Crews Is 9 'o'P..,-.: ; t )justable air-cushioned Is now the possibility of obtaining student at BHS. Mr. Patray attended .."" t:: ustable l
here Mrs. Taylor steering wheel
The minutes and treasurer's reports Lodge Klngsley Lake, and a very enjoy .. .'' ands
: the Blue Bird Grill B. Stuart Clarke to speak at BHS until he joined the ,',',-'r"r..". .. sr'i ing platform
read. The employed by able fIj! are
were adopted an evening was spent by those "' >oI-:",' : regular feature
Is employed by the Presbyterian church when he Armed Forces recently.Mr : '. i, ;: "'. .n ) .''" ... "
election of officers was the Im and Mr. Taylor attending. "t ',;x i}#; : ,4 wf'4. A wide variety of
Co. Is In Starke visiting In the home and Mrs. Patray have been ;- : Quik.Ta|
portant duty of the meeting. After Wlnn and Lovett Grocery 7} '4 ' :
consideration by the Union It was of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Scott Jr. Woman's Club making their home in ColumbusGa. 'r. '* .1tG'6 ...Wf. I.o '!;:i// _. ..t. :... ,,'''f 1t, and power Uke-off are speMj
other ]
re-elect the same roster To MeetThe Mr. Clarke Is well known as n .. near Ft. Banning, ;where Mr. t> \(. 'P :;o :,! .' : \ ', features *'
voted to WSCS missionary and Is also director of To Resume MeetingsThe Patray is stationed. ot ;: : f. :%; { you'll appreciate. Plant
served for the A' '. r %
officers who have : b". : the
of .4'y'gd' q'''a m Ml :? see M" at) work ,
': soon
radio station HCJB in ;
past year. Delegates were chos WSCS meets Tues. after Ecuador. He has been In active Quite Junior Woman's Club will New fall suit, size 10 to 20 .t' ,J ':f1t' :'' K'<:"W: : : ''':'h "t..'...'_''' ..;,$ for a demonstration let
en for the State Convention to beheld noon, Sept. 8, at 3:30: o'clock. service for some time in South hold its first meeting of the new and 14/, to 22'$16.05' at Ltlla'BDmos
In Jacksonville on October Circle One, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, season on Thursday evening, Sep Shoppe.ASIHEfRANWNO'KNOWSYQURWATtHMAKERI. .
America and his station broadcasts General
24, 25: and 26. One member was leader, will meet at the home of C. H. Nasworthy Supplies
the In lan
Gospel many
chosen from each church repre Mrs. Frank Hollingsworth.
union. 'guages. At present he is in the : : Starke Fla.] Phone 198
aented In the local Theyare Circle Two, won Mrs. L. D. 232 East Call Street
United States on furlough from
Mrs. Ara Moltt, Christian Green leader will be entertainedin his missionary work and If it If .;
Church; Mrs. Jennie Thornque.t.Tabernacle C. the home of Mrs A. Wood. possible for him to speak here It WArcNy JOHN DEERE Tfro-Gytfoefe'* TRACTORSJane
Mrs. C. Wynn yau
; Church Mrs. W. S, Circle Three, Mr Tom Slade, will be a great privilege for the \ y
leader, will convene at the home.
Church and people of Starke. The date will be
Johnson, Baptist ;
of Mrs J. M. Hembree. announced later, :
Mrs. R. O. Nunnery, alternate.
It is hoped that all of these delegates hostess, Mrs. Quigley, assisted by The regular meeting of the
may attend as well as many Miss Dorothy Lee and Miss Peggy Friendship Bible Class is held in Parker Fresh
other members of the Union. Mitchell, served dainty refresh- the church parlor every Sunday WEINER: or SANDWICH G
At the close ot the meeting the ment to the members present. morning at 10 oclock with C. M \ ''fPKG
Turney as teacher. Visitors art ROLLS
always welcome.CrewsEngram. A&P Has All The Fine15c
f My personal Integrity and profession, backed by 40 years of 8
t of experience In Fine Watch Repairing, is your Guarantee
pFARMF s Mr. Farmer of SatlRfattlon. Authorized Distributor for Hamilton, I ,' Foods Picnickers Prefer

Mr. and Mrs. W.,,O. Engram of Elgin, and llulova Watches. ;
J the State Farm announce the ma 'Ed f w i a ...
t Learn what the United -. rlage of their daughter, Virginiato Simpson Jane Parker Sugared
Delbert E. Crews, son of Mi. Srnboanl Airline Hull mar Yates Inspector DONUTS "doz. 19
w Farmers of America and Mrs G. E. Crews also. of the GEM JEWELRY .k (( VI/I) !/

47 ? e tr "Cost of Produc State Farm. The wedding took I It liIb.. MarvelSANDWICH 1 -.' 0
., Ij n Can place In the Methodist parsonage 'LOAF .-18c .
tion Program"
In KIngsland, Ga., on Sunday _
Do For YOU! August 27. The ceremony war l
performed by the Rev, Herbert Jane Parker Large I /.
oPAMEaAGP Jfo'l10 Ethridge. . ANGLE FOOD CAKE 49c nn
I .. ,
The bride wore a steel blue .

All persons interested in agricultureare dress Witnesses With! black were accessories.Mr. and Mrs DRUG STOREFREE Jane SPICE Parker CAKE . 29ci tti ahrurl nrprc

Lroln Taylor and Mrs Calvin Wi.
Hams, slater of the tii ,'aq, frr In pirnle I.fi I.
groom K 0 C H Jane Parker N na'

urged to attend meeting in the Bradford Mrs. Crews high graduated school from with the the ,,,,DELIVERY GOLDEN; LOAF 25 \tl\ C / V11 or In Inar tour prm.n,

class of '47 and Is now employee Phone 53 Starke Fla. f
Legion Home Starke 3:30: by Colson and Womcklurf here Jane Parker La 4 i } Ii bask rare rnr
p.m., Mr. Crews was also graduated JELLY ROLL 33c ,, .,III read all a,
We are NEVER undersold in Starke -We
BHS 47
from In and.le now employed A 1 / MHlM >iiu prefer
'' '.I*" by Wlnn'and Lovett Grocery p- r a
all advertised !
Saturday Sept. 2. Co. meet prices i 1, Mt Jour 1rledilr "

+r+ j- .,, : .\.tP prlcrd..Dne
The couple is at home to friend;
at the home of Mr and Mrs. F. F Look at these low prices, then say to W'fsf n. P"NNlbl..

Flume.. yourself, "Why not trade at home be- l &/- &S'

New shlp.t:; Gotham Gold] h
cause we now have Jacksonville pricesin '
Stripe & Holeproof Nylon] CLOSED ALL DAY
I hose at STUMP'S.Business Starke.

Y .. ..
Leaders '

long of wide expert Elberta Peaches Ib. lOc
upon years Hail Value of Reg. $8.95; \0-Inch: - I
ence and Serving dignifies this funeral ,

] home with a superior excellencein EFFECTIVESPEAKING 1 POLE BEANS, lb. : 15c ,
Electric Fans

I handling affairs of sacred discretion GREEN CABBAGE, lb. 5c -

5 oz. Jane Parker Potato

$5.95 Western Cantaloupes, ea. - 19c
DeWITT C. JONESPhone CHIPS ,_ _ 23d

Firm, Ripe TOMATOES, lb. :.'. 15c 10-oz. 1 Ib.C..V.
7 Starke Fla. 45c 79c
Pepto Bismal for Upset Stomach 57c New White Potatoes BAG
Funeral Director Ambulance] ServiceOur 10 lb. - 29c

local 'funeral home enables us to. offer convenience and 75c BAYER ASPIRIN TABLETS, 59c COLDSTRKAM PINK'
services not otherwise available. \ FI a. Avacados ea. - 15c SALMON - .

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and I PICKLES, 8 oz. 21
Supe'r-79it: ?Heat Vaue4
accept ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY Colgate Giant Sz. Tooth Paste 43c KRAFT of 8
CHEESE (Asst) Pkg.
company as payment In part or In full on a funeral.
Consultation carries no obligation.wm $1 FOUNTAIN PENS, Now 39c "SUPER-RlGHT" Fla] Dressed & Drawn Grade A SLICES _ 33c

,..d' 60c MURINE EYE WATER - 54c FRYERS 2 5 Ib. avg. Ib. 59c Cream Philadelphia I Cheese, 3 oz. .. lac

/ / / / .-,. 15c to 2Sc INK 5c Popular Assortment Sliced
----- --- - - I I,10c Ann PageStuffed

1 / i "DALE 110'" <.. \CARNEGIE.%1. Frl.....* unit%Inflame.,... .f POCKET COMBS - 3c COLD CUTS lb. 60c Olives, 4Vi' oz. 41c
"How ftV
'I'.pl. to.. rrrl' I
.nd slap l.lvlac.If ANN PAGE

you aspire to Bnnlnei Leadership TOWELS - I. - 39c up ;'SUPER.RIGIIT" Smoked Skinned Shank Butt Salad Dressing qt. 50c
: or ;
you will find there DO substitute Portion
for Effective and WASH CLOTHS lOc Ann Page 24
r' Spraklng - up oz.
II MAW the Ability to Handle People. For HAMS Ib. Peanut Butter 55e
88 years, the Dale Carnegie CourseIn MASS DISPLAY OF CANNON TOWELS 65c Ann Page 6 oz.

Effective: Speaking and Human AND WASH CLOTHS MONDAYJUST -- Pure .. 25 e
T Relations has successfully trained "SUPER-RIGHT" Fancy Grape Jam, lb.

1l thoiuuuuln of ambitious men and Sultana

women'throU&'hout the country RECEIVED SLICED BACON lb. 65c Tuna Flakes 2ge

l Learn how this training can help [
( } you achieve positions of leadership, Ph.6. ARMOURS STAR ALL MEAT 0" KOOLAIDCOCA _ .. 4c
enable you to speak with poise and
confidence In private and before FRANKFURTERS Ib. 53c COLA CASE
groups; prepare you for increased (Plus DrpiMlt) _

earning power. t : S fa tub for "SUPER.RIGHT" Fully Cooled (Small]] Large Bar
me FARM ALL si/pea AV Plans for Fall Chu-e. will be an.iiounred GRADUATEPHARMACIST Eat ) Ready To Swan 14c
later Course will be sponsored Soap -

, f fI Club of Starke r'' t-. Lava Soap 13c
OWNFARM. Hill Graham, Prmldcnt.MewmhUr .
ON1YYOUR? : for further Information .- ( who Dubuque Canned Cooked Large Package

WE WILL SHOW YOU ON ANY and your FREE copy of NYLONSNEW ;vc curate N PICNICS, lb. - 79c Rinso - 2&
I : "Quirk and Easy Way to Learn to
0, JOB YOUAWANT TODO. !Speak In Public," mall the coupon FALL 1' fills ydurprescript ARMOURS CANNED' MEAT -

r CALL: uslTODAYli=oirA right away. SHADES to nKOCH'S Tasty Treet 49c
I i .
r FREE DEMONSTRATLQN.iaL I P. O. B.. 9548 I 01 & 60 / j'\j4 Vienna Sausage 20c i
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(FAHMAUr PROVED'POWERFOR'IMPROYED FARMI)1G .',,.:., Cap r. .( the b..klr, r 43c
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Farm Home & Auto Supply' 1 l'f."MIi1 _________.___ ._.t S RATE DRUGS Chopped Ham . 53C ..

I .ADDRESS --_._ ______ Corned Beef '
W. Call St. Ph. 20 Starke, Fla. CITY .. '- Hash 300 E Call Sf Starke Fla.
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SEP 1- 1950

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StrOng, Jr.. of ..At.'IOn 910 off on all summer suits atAlvalrs' I Mrs. A. E. McKinney R. E. Haz: W., F. La Morte of New York I :Maiden Form Brassieres at The Rev. and Mrs. W J. Church. Save 910! Buy your unmPr Mrs. C. R. Manlre and son, P'redC
at Mr and Mrs.strong Store en attended the funeral of then City visited in Starke and Keystone .STUM% "'S. well of Jacksonville were dinner milt now at AlvareB' Store. of Jacksonville are visiting Mr*.
Of this city. I.. F. Smith, Sr., returned to hli I uncle. W. M, Lewis, In Miami Sun. Height last weekend. i
duty home here Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr., guests Tuesday of Mrs. Shellie Rev. C H. Allen and family of Manlre's mother Mrs. Hettl
active Sunday morning after Mrs.V.c.. Jones of Uj
: Tampa a
to of Macon. Ga..
called atK day.Mr. I arrived Thursday tall and Miss Sharon Hall. Pine lias Park were overnight Jones this week.
He reports pending the past two weeks visiting and Mrs. Charles Hard j guest at the home of Mrs. I. P to spend Labor visiting
Day weekend
It Is ex. In Brevard, N. C. He I School dresses arriving: dally !- guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. C Tnok'e Auto Cafe tor the vieralty'spcclai
8. war spent Sunday in Gainesville visit. I Shepherd this week. : Mr and Mrs. O. B. Flynr .
at STUMP'S. Holtxendorf Tueiday. I | either Shrimp or ehldwnt.t "
be accompanied home by his son Ing Mr. Hardy's parents. Mr. and I Turk Auto Cafe for delicious her and Mr. and Mrs. O. J

Springs Thomas, who had vi lilted In North Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr. fried rhlckrn. Phillips, Si in Lawtey. .. .. ., ... ., A. Au1 < ; I!. I C\I ., ,
ave Itfrvlce.C8111era \ Carolina for the past month. h1.. ...::-,:". ..",,'lif'K'. : : :::; (\ .1'1 JIll' F < ;&
phntographle Mr. and Mrs. Don Pa tray of
Shop Mr and Mrs. John
3' W. Mullln
I"- 2615 and daughter Johanne, Gainesville will arrive Friday tr
Theatre Thursday i
wide spend three weeks here
O. Hazen will to return to their home visiting 1
in II
Mrs. Patray's parents Mr. anc' SHOP & SAVE
L"guests' this weekend Media, pa., following/ a ten day Mrs. L. O. Hazen. d1"

f'', brolherln-law and visit here with Mrs. Mullln't The favorite Hunilulrhp at ,,, 1
A. P. Ashurst i brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Tnck'. At DENMARK'S : \INm, \ h'V
and.lra Auto Cafe Dedicated To Community Service \ I \,1, '
I Sill \
Mrs. A. W. IIYsillYlt
Anderson, ) '
nit wU8 f slips I Charles Bickers of Miami Sr. war I I Webster Mr. and, were Mrs. guests Roy Reddish of theli of "Mo\les Are Ilettrr Than Kver" .\I, j,4 "', \\\I\'I\\!' p d ii'dilitY; eIk. ,a/a1iYII, \ 'r

at 1.11&8<< the guest
41. f.IM \V. G. Halle.Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs A Saturday. Sept. 2 ONLY! Sun & Mon.. Sept. 3 & 4
E. McKinney for several days last .DOUBLE FEATURE. '"jM.MtMIWJMIINW
HKIV1Ly Star Brand shoes for boys &! STEWART.OKEN BEAUTIFUL
Branch of girls at STUMP'S. p : t j

Robert Wells returned to his

INSURANCEC home In Pen cola this week aftera / SOFA BEDS

two weeks' visit here with his I
brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and I .
Iii JEFf_ CHANDLER 1 +gAwaM "
Mrs. M. C. Wells.
Mr and Mrs. J. P McDowell) 1\ett. 3 CartiMiit Comedy SALE PRICE
WALL and Infant son Larry. of Jacksonville .
spent last Thursday with Tues. & Wed., Sept 5 & 6 (11'hile They Last!) r I't t
PHONE 146 their grandfather John Uglow A 1I4-.I At NlKht A Sofa Ity Hay
and aunt, Mrs. C. F Ward. KOMANCflAOVfNTUKll Covered Arm*-Coll Spring Coimtruo- I srf egularly89S0.
[(Constant Service Over..cO Years New fall dresses, hag and hut I flan
at J.AaU"'fI IlrpM Shnpp INTRIGUES
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle, Sr. E A S
and Mr and Mrs. W. G. Halle Jr.i I

IiAsflED94A --I of .Miami,some reutrned time recently In RutledgeGa. after'spending S : METALIRONING PLAY PENS I

t .c
I A. F. Sauls returned Wednesday BOARDS
Cu hni n motor MOVING & J-rACLINO of j I
'n lord condition. Seetredford See Billy Jackson Jackson any Tr.n.kind. from Morgan City La., aftera / / Buy One For Your Child
County Tedh: .; for Co.. Ph. 186 or 49.\V. tt three weeks visit with his eon "

SINGER SEWING' MACHINE ('0., and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. d / WITI-ILEGS }
One n.mln..ton.n Loads au- for NEW and t19 kinger'Sew.: A. F. Sauls Jr. They Like The Sun And The Fnwh.. Air. Think
1/1./ brand lIew. : 910 off atrotluwLtlet>rrl .
O.-F. Inll Machine Reasonable month on all Hummer writ atl I SALE Of Their IlmUiJi!
County Telegr, ph..SsldinLse ly term and upeclnl Quarterly Alvarez' Store i jl s+nra.alor.aMMMr tu*.*m M'V '
Semi-Annual, and Annual' term ,
.. for farmer Com In to see u* Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry and .YI News & Science Short
a IIERVICE-el. or phone 180 or write u. or free little daughter, Vida Jane return I
,.e..ervlee.. Pea. 180.HI."lo demonntratlona In your home. \ .
Yenlew tt tf ed Thursday after spending the !
past two weeks In the mountain
Most 12.93
of To
,JT All MorffU. HOME: IMIO.NE 13D! Cha.T G. Tennessee and North Carolina.On Equal
1"MiFPMSHii f7.ru", : .D..t.... & T.:herd V, Citarke.- Radk, Seat Covers tf. their return trip they visited 4

....., !Hl.rk. 'Pfc. MO), friends and relatives In South

II'DIOS, TILE Carolina.Straight rut wainproof > Denmark Furniture
e I" 1'1110 8111'1 Co.
.rllO><)(.HAPH AIHI.KH. I sizes 32: to 44. ':!.Oll at ) '
;C. t>.ll..all.....kind.1'... of the la old Drew Shoppe. Aim* "I'ajlnif HM riper" Cartoon

ES si.., Stark I Chap 7 "King of Korketnten" PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.
llidlnm Hard Tile for baths & kitchens Serial Flips. Cartoon So Shaft
Armstrong's Renllent Tile for .
floors! such a. Asphalt Tile,
NOW Cork Tile, $ _. _. _
Linoleum TUe & I iV i l i i ili i < Ji '
I Prices Paid
Cash Yanl Goo
I Also Mohank 1

bR IN UNIT Call us for FREE ESTISLVTKS.: Fri, hat., Sept. 1, 2 I
Ilohn W. Turner I M. It. "...... I The Son Of .
I'h. 21.1-J '
1.0. Box 463 Sharks

Jtinesulle, Fla. FOR. RENT:4-room: house, "Arca Davy Crockett : 1
dia" with bath, garage, etc. J.
T. Qu Iocle)'. If -AT-
a post card and I With Bill Klllott I
FOR RENT: "Powder Box," S-
I come see you: rooms shower bath, garage., j. T. rocs

I I ton WANTlDSo rain: -no pound pant for or FOR Qiila-lrjr.SALE. : One 1941 2-door Ch.v If: Ghost Camera
Bradford County Telo- rolet sedan new tlm; one 1844 I
I 4.3 HP Champion outboard motor; WIth Ma LiiplnnAUo N ewKingsley' Beach
Awb cypress boat one new hunt
trailer. Mr*. M. K.: Crlner. rbone "Short' &: Serial
RAilS: The Bradford 83, Btate Farm. It
)plturaph- elan old will cotton pay. rags So FOR SALK: Cabbage. plunn'. (oral Sun., Mon.t Tues., Repr. S :3 s
or button. grown etatrunk Food: A S: 0..01
CIt ComancheeTerritory

WATKINS ROUTE Is :FOR PALE: hones on big lot. flmffnnnblA .

In lili I;/Inttreittd brat locality.Routs, and This between In le one the Nt.. .O.mark Box if 165 enld or by apply flp!>t.409 1ft.Stp-11115 Center WriteP. (Laris' New and Modern Beach On Beautiful Kingsley Lake) .

tft K and 5t!, determined In Tf''hnl..olor'Ilh
money Company write, The J. R. FOR-SALR: 1 acre fertile land, a :Malirren 0'IIara, MacDonald\
169 West new modern 2-bedrnom house, all
Street, N. E., Atlanta tir conveniences, priced for quick Carey t

r'It'.1%frpt..nicely'i Seer krhle on Bp 15 town.turn.Farm.:''ent desirable apt.Mr.ltd.(1 at%,Elect.take Carl ml.I.I FOR cabinet bath.wale.County SALE,Near 9 Telegraph Venetian screen Stork Hou.*.porche. of Apply blind Box 11 CLM.rooms Bradford Built-in pwanM.liP 2 Also., Thurtt.Short FEATUREBandit ,&:Sept.News'Wed. 6,7DOfBLE Fun! Sun! Sports 1! All DaySwimming

Furnished for 8 a"lt. 000. II. John.
u Tall Ht hrldge:> ttLlvlnr ,
son 114 Church St. Starke. Itp he
: Lady
room sofa and
FOR RENT: 2-room furnished cot-
Phone 2831, Keystone t.lr. with Greened porch, elect .
lip refrigerator, shower. gas stove. Vklm Tamlroff. Fay Balnter
Mr*. J. L. Slmtnon' 214 W. M dl-/
,Imornln A evening ride son pt., Starke. Itp -ANDBlack -
Rift'1"1"1"""* except Sat.
'"ill"-1\ shore County txprniitm.Telegraph, In. FOR BALK: 2-pc. llvlngroom suite, Races Bowling''' Contests PrizesAll

1tpt'RCHRIRTMAS ;; coffee mattress table.2, occasional feather. pllllws.chair,Mr.felt, MidnightWith !!
CARDS Vasroa Ha en. E. Washington ft
'Ire .I..tlon. See Mr. Stark Ph. 250-W. liP RotMy :McDowallAlo

ebin1. at Alvarez Store.ItpALTF.RATI0NS. FOR RENT: 4-rm. house for small. Latent :New Contestants From Among Our Patrons.
family. City equipped. 138 mo. W.I ..
BoaElll Carroll 3 ml. N. of Starke on
r. Thornton. Itp Jax highway.: ltp


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the,tie Clrrnlt Cenrt. llradford C.nntr, 1. Clreulf -
the main auditorium entrance taken over the GrahamHamptonroute. Hampton school will be interest. series of entertaining games Klortdul In Chnnevrr.Krn / 4 Ceor4' arayop'Florida \
The Pledge of Allegiance to till ed to hear that she has accepted hostesses served delicious refresh- ..st Balflore Plaintiff vs.. Linda William S. Sutherland.. : t...
HAMPTONBy PINE LEVELBy Belflore, Defendent.Caaa Cecile
flag was given while all stood at A successful year of academic the position of librarian in th ments of cake and fruit punch. Seal No. 8051 Sutherland, bae.Ia!

Mr.. M. C. Sweeney' attention as the banner was rals. progress seems In view. Mayo school. Mrs. H. M. MenThe Mrs. Mandy Smith was the Order Of Publication....A'I'R. OP FLORIDA And Notlr TOt T.. Order .. Pshllr.O. Caae 1p ly'Cecile ""',
Appear. .
ed to Its new post by Jay Alder- Ewlflore, whose realdonee .. A..
The Rev. R C. Gray Jr., i it Linda Scala '''
man and Donald Slade. "Cod Steven Lee Allen guest of Mr. and Mrs John and address Is: Via' Romacna I Fena $rtherle0Ql lal) ,,
School Opening; Mr. and Mrs Dan Johnson are commuting dally to Raiford Rev. W. E. Hall filled his Sunday guests No. I Fossallo Racuaa, Italy dent's lei I Chula "' I
Bless America" then by Monday. I Burlingame
was KInny
sung where he Is a teacher in that In the pulpit You are required to appear on California\ Vllta Dr.
Hampton school opened its the spectators. rejoicing over the. happy news of school. regular appointment of the McKinnys were Mr andMrs. September 85, I960, In the above tember II required
doors Monday morning for the beginning a grandson; Steven Lee born tc of the Pine Level Baptist of San- named Court and cause,. wherein 1960, In ihepp't,o.
1 The faculty and staff remain the Mrs. Ernest Triest (the former church Sunday morning and evenIng Leonard McKlnny plaintiff seeks dIYnr ... Bradford Court and cause whereht0. n.
Mr and Mrs. Johnnie Allen ofSanta Mrs. Telegraph. shall publish this Peeks divorce .
of the 1930-51 term of ford and Mr. and Eugene .County Pial
same as last with Mrs Ola Miss Carlle Mae Hall and tlradlO'd
year Over 200 were present In Order next
school. At 11:30: o'clock assembly M. Perkins as principal, and Miss Barbara, Calif., on August Miss Ruth Sibley of Thereasa Sunday school McKinny of Mascott.Keystone neee my and:t.and official: seal nelnextptShall, lblleh I lhlr0pro()
14. The Aliens formerly lived Ir flt.rke. Florida, this August 23,
held with the Rev. Donald at
was Dorothy Swanborn, Mrs Floy Sul- with Miss Martha Horne and Miss and
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Johns 1950 isS-warcS"<< .
frequently visitec .
:Martin of Miami and John Sible livan and Miss Louise Raulerson Norma Sweeney: of Hampton en. children of Lake Butler were visiting {OFFICIAL SEAl,> A. J. Thomas. 4UI
the Johnsons here.
of Tampa was special speakers as teachers. In charge of the joyed a reunion supper at the the O. W. and H. M. McRaes HeightsBy As Clerk of said Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J.

L. T. Johns school board member cafeteria are Mrs. Nlta Johnson I Ladle Council) Meets Brown Derby in Starke on Thursday Thursday afternoon of last week. T By Frank Myrtle nndrum T. Deaver., Starke Deputy Florida Clerk By A. Clerk' e f aald Th tn

was also present. and Mrs. Effle Bedenbaugh. Custodian The Ladles Council enjoyed an evening of last week. These Mr and Mrs. Gene Petcher of Kay BeaU Attys. for Flf. 825| 4t 915| MYrtle T. Deerer,5.. .
Promptly at 11:43: the childrer of the school grounds li out-of-doors meeting on Wednesdays four young ladles were in the I Jacksonville spent last week here .... II

marched outside to attend dedication J. W Bedenbaugh. C. Sullivan of last week at th Theressa I first grade together at Hampton i and in Starke, Waldo and Gaines.. Coleman
services of the new flagpole, continues as driver of the high home of Mr. E. S Sibley. Dur. schqpl. and all are graduates of vllle visiting relatives.Mr I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Now More,

which was placed to the left of school bus whila Lester Slade haiACMEl Ing the business session, Mrs Bradford high school, class of '49. and Mrs. Herbert Kerseyand will be leaving Keystone within

Jimmie Swindell was enrolled asa Mr. and Mrs M. I* Watteraon little daughter of Jacksonville -I the next few days for Wilmington,

new member. and Mrs Don McMahone attendee were visiting the H. M. Me- Deieware. Mr. Coleman, connect

For refreshments, Coca Colas. the funeral of Judge Hiram Bryant Rae Sunday. ed with DuPont, has been transferred POWERFUL
TNe i e f cup cakes, salted nuts and homegrown at Ft. Myers last Friday. Ralph Nettles of Jacksonville to the main plant there.left last
Major Andruason Byrd
..leaserelYlll grapes were served theguests. Judge Bryant died on the preceding
spent last week here with his wife
N i Wednesday from Injuries received week for Korea leaving his
In an automobile accidentHe grandmother, Mrs. Alma StarlingWe Margaret and son Lance in Key

Baptist Girls have Party was the nephew of Wilson and are sorry to report that Mrs. stone to await his return. Than Ever;
Robert ] is ill in GlendaleHospital
e / Entertaining her clasa of Junior Leland Bedenbaugh, Mr. and Miss Nancy Elizabeth Norris of
In Palatka. Mrs.
girls of the Baptist Sunday Mrs M. L. Watterson Mrs. O. Newport News, Virginia, left last
At' Johnson is confined to North
school Mrs Frank Thomas chaperoned Pearce and
Miss Beden-
Florida Clinic in Starke with Sunday after a visit In Keystone
the girls on a picnichiketo baugh of Hampton. Mrs. Wat
sickness. We hope they will be her mother Mrs. Tom
Hampton lake Wednesday of with Camp
terson Is still in Ft. Myers visitingher
back with .us soon, well and
last week. On Friday afternoon sister Mrs. Bessie Bryant, the CR01nr p
X21.50IO strong. bell.Mrs.
Mrs Otto Hicks gave a weiner Judge's mother Ella S. Bloss was visited
roast for her Mr. and Mrs. McRae and son
Baptist p/lmary
class. Both Friends of Mrs Marjorie Harris Buddy, made a business trip to last week by her daughter and \t
outings were report. Dyal, of Green Cove Springs, heard Jacksonville Saturday. son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. H
; doses quite
enjoyable. with deep regret of her death on Owen McRae of Jacksonville
OMIT MacLean of Orlando and !
Friends of Miss Edna Dudley, Tuesday, August 22, in a Jacksonville spent the weekend here with his x EXTRA
two children.
of Newberry, former teacher In hOIlDI. tal. family. CROil1 i
Mrs. Ernest Hunter and three Nearing completion are two new : ..

FREE MONRay log$TUTSL young sons, of Pompano, have Keystone Heights homes: that of '
been guests of Mrs. Hunter' Earle Mecklem on East Lakeview '
tra.nt hf
BU7TON-HOLER ;' Ae7Ma WELDINGWe parents, Mr. and Mre. O. W. GRAHAM Drive, and that of Don RIdaught \ )
Saxon. overlooking Keystone Lake. > J

Week Only Miss June' Recher of Jackson' By Mrs.. John McKlnny 000 .... ,- ....- -.- ., .. 'C. v
vllle was the weekend of -' .
guest ,.""
l" :;;;
Miss Peggy Hlnson. Mr. Barry Dyal, Jr., HonoredA :
1 Mrs Gussle Newbern, of Cocoa miscellaneous shower honorIng CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION _

1 I has been visiting her granddaughter Mrs Barry Dyal, Jr., was an

Mrs. Fred' WhIdden. event of Wednesday afternoon,
House guests of the Herschel August 23, in the Graham Baptist

offer the people of Starke Parkers last week were Mr. and church. Hostesses of this de- PHARMACISTS

ACME VACUUM STORES Mrs. Curtis Fowler and little son, lightful affair were Mr. Frank

412 West Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Florida and vicinity one of the most Lynn, of Birmingham Ala. Thomas, Mrs. Dell Melton and I Florida's favorite motor fuels-Crown
Recent guests of Mr. and MilL Mrs. Murrell Starling During the i

I would like a free home demonstration' of a beautiful' rebuilt modern and<< finest equlpwt'ldln& L. Bedenbaugh were Mr. and shower hours the honoree received I and Crown Extra Gasolines-have'been tut-

Mrs V. C. NewBom and childrenof many lovely gifts which were they improved with additional ,high-octane,
Singer Portable Sewing Machine complete for 927.50. shops anywhere. St. Petersburg and Mrs. B. C opened and displayed to the 26
All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Scarborough and daughter, Mrs guests present. Following a anti-knock qualities .. and are the most pow

Name __. _____________________________________ O. A. Fuller of El: Paso, Texas. erful gasolines ever sold at the Standard Oil
I. rirrnlt CD.rt.

Address _________________________________-___ GARAGEAND several Mrs. Douglas days last of week Alachua with spent her Nancy Florida Davis i In I.,.Uoodlnir....Hradlord."., Plaintiff County vs. sign. They will deliver all you expect in

City -___________________ State ________________ MACHINE SHOP sister, Mrs. T. C. Chastain. Marlon Douglas I Qoodlna. Drfeni.nt.Case No. 8040: performance and mileage Drive in for a
Mrs. Mamie Mead had aa Sun- Order of I nbllon lon And Notice To
IrYOU LIVC ON RURAL HOUTC, WMITB' DIRECTIONS. Temple Ave. Starke visitors Appear "'rAT"] OP FIOIIiDA TOt fill, and see for yourself.L. .
day her three
daughters Marlon Poiia-lnft Ooodlnir, whose
Mrs_ Hubert Ellis, of Levering residence la: Unknown:
u You are _required to
anoear on i
Mich., Mrs Woodrow Hicks of I September 23, 1950 In the above
Brunswick Ga., and M.... Eno named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks dlvorre and restora ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE B. (Red) Alvarez Service, Station.
Skinner, of Cocoa. tion of maiden name Bradford .
J' NOW IS THE Miss Henrietta Stengal, of County Telegraph shall publish this Temple Ave. & Call St., Starke
TIME Order' In
next tour weekly InnueH .
J.. F. Dinkins' ServIce
Gainesville was the Sunday over Witness my hand and official seal PHONE i Station
night guest of Miss Martha Horne at 1950 Starke, Florida this August 21, / Temple Ave' & Pratt St., starke

Mrs. Andrew Meads and Mrs (OFFICIAL f'RAI> A. J. ThomasA. Day 64 Night} Harry II. Houston's Service Station
Lois Green of Clerk of mild Court ,I
Jacksonville have e 1'h.89 Starke
TO BUY THE been visiting,relatives here. By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy 8l2S-4t-9ll5! Clerk 'i -.- ......-- -9"
R. I* Dirt Mrs. R. E. John, n

and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Blrt and

children of Gainesville have been'
recent guests of Mrs Eva Blrt :
l and Mrs. Florrle B. Brown. '

In drool Court Dradford County, \\t ; .
Florida .
l In ( .e".T. '
GOODpEAR'TIRES' William: Murphy, Plaintiff \'B.
Lou lug Murphy. Defendent.Case .
Order Of Pukllratlitn Ana *....". To You
Louise A"......Murphy STATM, whose OF KI.OI1IKA residence. and TOt can get even greater economy save withFord

addrene l I.: 1-4 166th Street Plush1njr. 1
Long Inland" New Yorkl Overdrive has been winning more and more
September You are 1ft r.qulred to appear on new friends every day. For Ford owners have ,,_
1960 In the above
named Court and ".u.e. wherein' found that this automatic fourth gear offers more
plaintiff aeeka divorce. Bradford savings .. is worth its cost in driving ease alone.
County Telegraph shall publlnh this KS
/V .. Order In next four weekly I Issues. LESS GAS t -
Witness my hand and official seal',

S '.a ., at 19AO.Stark. Florida this August 16, Now> ;you can get Important savings on highway; .
( r the belt! <(
are By An Myrtle Clerk T.of Deaver said Court D. C., in its field offer ;you this money-saving feature.LESS ""'U"U"r, '*

T. Prank l.andrum. Starke Florida .
Attrv for fir. 8-11 4t I-S WIAR .
e 1
1 Ford Automatic Oivrdrlvt cuts engine revolutions ,..,.

t i 0 In times like these farsighted people ON STAGE 30%.Ford Your is doing engine BO That means at lets 35 wear m.p.h.on whenyew' ;your 1Jf'''

a naturally buy the, best. And when .itj engine even smoother comfort for;you,

+ comes to tires, they buy the best tires.I.That's 1 PALACE THEATRE .
why more car owners today areiturning
I JACKSONVILLE Automatic Overdrive offers the f
to Goodyear tires. That's why greater flexible operation of an auto +,,

we're having a hard time keeping Goodyear 5 Days, Sept 3 4 5 6 7s. matic fourtn gear For' extra passing / (
power, just press down on tht gas a
f tires In stock-despite the fact edalGrad. 6 a7IO
I J>
thane j ... M_ T..*. Wed. Taw*. D f fa11
\that Goodyear makes more tires !
Ire,.'. the big show for1 Laboi I
other manufacturer in the )
any world. Day Week-end S. Bring the
Even if we are temporarily out of your Whole Family and Be Sure GI l

/tire size, it will pay you to place your a Swell Tlmel

order now for earliest possible delivery I II Their Oaly Florida Ingaoemeiit!



I It's Value that counts e&t .

The final answer to tire value Is how Remember we ;a

'many troubto-fre miles a tire da-
don't have --
'livers your S
compared to Its cost. Get

,Goodyear quality and find out for tire size today, it

,tyourself why Goodyear are best.

will pay you: to

(Terms to suit you. wait for new N.z.

|You can still get longer-wearing -:
Goo lyears .. the
Goodyear tires at prices you like to K

(pay on terms that suit you. We'll best l COWBOYCOPAS

give you a generous allowance for S
your old tires, too.

r '' .e AND illS FAMOUS is !

Trade new miles for old t39:;t! Peetoiq! believtna too

9O% of all tire trouble occurs In the last 10% of tire HfeT Why take ,

chances with worn smooth tires We'll trade you new Goodyear miles r 'ant' A "Test Drive" and you'll tea the

for the remaining unsafe mileage In your present tires. Get out of the -".you'U feel the getaway; ,jOWft of Ford'quiet :you'U"sound feel-conditioned"the Lifeguard' Body Ship' :
: comfort
of Ford..Mjd
"danger zone" go Goodyear for safety. -- -WAnd eLAZY HOIIMNC I price engine field)-the or i its only companion"515 t11 > 111 in the 1ow- Iw. .aDd you'U learn the aalet.Y-you Ipt

the quality, with Ford'. 36% easier K ..SII
advanced actiDC q.
DAY 65-h.p. t ix. And
for safer driving get LIfeGuard Safety Tubes: firsthand the you'U learn Brake. -

relaxing :"hush" of Ford's eo-.. rHrs.ls"*..*......

Come in' -.- let's talk tires, tubes; terms i THE COWBOYS OKLAHOMA?J nTes.' Drive" the "Fashion Car of 1950" AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S


I Service Center :MIGHT"( the Children SOe Anytime

State Road 200 (U.S. 301) at South City-Limits Starke. Florida. ....._ Shewi AB D.f

__ SeeberD. Goodman, pwn r. << & Adams Streets STARKE, FLA. Telephone 118SEP $

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SEPTEMBER '1, 1950 .

the follows First Christian Church are ai Sermon subject Is "Like A Tree service, subject, "Tonight We Tuesday, 8 p. m.: Regular board I CATHOLIC cmmonI day at 7:43:
: Planted." : Launch Where Shall We Anch- meeting at the church. I I Sunday Mass 9:13: : a,m. -
't Sunday, 10 a m.: Bible school Sunday, 7 p m: Christian En i lor'i +" Wednesday, 8 p. m.; Prayer Sunday School 11 a m.
T\ Clyde Colson Supt. deavor under direction of Cecil! I I Tuesday, 3:30 p. m.:Women'rCounclh meeting. Subject for the Bible I Week'Day Mass 8:30: a.m. Get: your office supplle. from
'' Sunday, 11 a m.: Morning nor Douglas. meets at the church Training class, "The Indestructibility dayBible the Bradford County Telegraph
ship :with Lord's Supper at 11:15: : Sunday 8 p. m.: Evangelistic I ladles are Invited. AI'I I / of the Scriptures" Study Is every Wednes Everything for the office

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Lpttst Church ; At The TabernacleThe

First Baptist of Starke 1*! first part of the youth \
The ,
ro, a theme during this meeting Saturday night( at the
"gh 'Searching the Scripture Tabernacle was of a patriotic na
aeptember." The pastor' lure A large framed picture of PROFESSIONAL.
ecages will also be with the the American flag' occupied the ,
I )t provoking a deeperKg center of the table, flanked on
of the Word.lIowlng either side by the stars and stripes
the Sunday morning and the Christian flog A Bible ..
at eleven a Gospel of John was placed on the table In front
bee given.to each one attending ot the picture, and the congrega
rom this Gaapel the pastor will tlon stood as salutes were givento -
the four Sunday morning : these three emblems of our
rat the month. Sunday, country: ,
Ktor'n sermon wlllbe "Jesu! A Bible baseball game was very
*Cans[ of Salvation. The Instructive and Interesting and
bring special music un- Bible truths
holr will were taught In a
of Mr. Lucile
direction unique
r the manner with the chalk.
Mrs. Mona Canova at The
reen with Sunday services were con
Kv. Hammond.At ducted by the sponsor. Special
eight o'clock the "Happyour' I music rendered by the four-
will feature the piano-or- I piece orchestra, as well\ as solos

leadership and Mrs.of E Mra.. O. I*Manning PLklns services.duets trios, added much to the FOR THE FUTURE HEALTH SECURITY OF THE CITIZENS OF.

the congregation In sing- \ -

,horusea g the requested Rev Haines'hymns message and tc Methodist ChurchThe Bradford and Union Counties Florida
companion message
dl be a sacrament of the Lord's /; .
t Sunday's "Above the Clouds" supper will be administered Sun- ? : ... .
d will be called "Under the day morning at 11 o'clock in the
wtti Illustrated by experience" First Methodist Church In Starke
In a recent trip. The Rev. and Mrs. T. O. Mitchell
I Sunday school meet at 91tS: a
under the supervision[ of E. C. returned this Week from a vacation (Oven 4ad 72er ltae" jD allc Stce ? 19'iO
i ann, jr, and a corps of 75: England.trip Mr.though Mitchell southern will preach New EUjM, u UP'UJ/e44i Utlte-e d pateua-e> cry .
Bleachers and officers to minister
Sunday morning on the subject,
more than 300 attending. Trainj "The Touch That Heals." At the
Unions gather at 6:43: p. m
Sunday evening 8 o'clock'servlcehe
tr fe'owshlp membership! and training In'uJ'i'11 will preach on the subject, issued. by PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE CORPORATION OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, a Legal

C.d-week service wlfi prove eleasing "Recapturing Sunday school the Radiance.classes are"' -held Reserve Stock Life Insurance Company Over Sixteen Years Old with Over Three and one-half'Million. '

to all who attend and each Sunday morning at 9.43: Dollars Paid to Policyowners. Enrollment only through Duly Licensed; Insurance Agents.
line the Word. This week the The Youth Fellowship meets at 7 I '.
astor Is leading In the study ofIts p. m. with a fellowship hour following
all Important 13th .chapter of the evening oervlcc. All ..
lithe Book of Revelation a Book {
young people are Invited
land chapter for times like these The prayer meeting cordially hour Is 7:30: 'i: .
Following the regular service at every Wednesday evening. ENROLLMENT PERIOD -TWO WEEKS ONLY i, }
IS I.U tile pastor will show moving You are cordially Invited to wor .. .
pictures taken on the recent trip= ship with the First Methodist 4
to the Baptist World Alliance Church.
congress In Cleveland.
I A cordial Invitation Is extended CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST '
1 to all to attend the services at OF LATTER DAY SAINTS August 21 1950 Thru Se -t. 2 1950
I the First Baptist church of Starke The Church of Jesus Christ of ,
I the church with the .slnglng the Latter Day Saints (Mormon
I tower Church) holds services each Sun
day In the USO building on North
I St. Mark's Episcopal Temple Avenue as follows:

|Rn. B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar 8:30'p.m.10:00: a.m..: :Sacrament Sunday School.service. Why- Should You Enroll Where To Enroll ? I f Surgical Operations Benefits ;

The 11 o'clock morning prayer The public Is cordially Invited Ic .

I pal and sermon church at St. Mark's be Episco attend all services.Christian L Everyone needs security from )large hospitaland 1. At Professional Community. Health Plan Head... :An Medical Associations recommend voluntary pre :
Sunday'wlll core
I ducted by Mark Futch, lay leader ChurchRev. surgical bills.'M',". quarters, shown below. .?" paid Medical and Surgical Care Plans.. .;

The Right Reverend Hamilton 2. This Is your plan to fit local needs and pocket X With any Professional Community Health Plan Every Surgical Operation Is covered from 7.50 toe
\West, Bishop Coadjutor, wIV' Homer Swlndall, mLnlstel r books. > Representative xorldng in your neighborhood. '. '$100.00-whether in your doctor's office or the hospitaL -
I of "The church In I I.L
make his annual visitation to StMark's friendly r .
Space win not permit the listing of all operations 'J
heart of town" extends welcome
| 10.Church on Sunday September to all to worship with a the Firs t 3. Through Community Enrollment you S&th\ ._, and accident, but here are some examples

The church Is open dally foiI Christian Church at all\ services. w largest benefit for the smallest cost. \ r ,, ,(other operation: covered for proportionate :4
I prayer and meditation. "Bible School." Mr. Swlndal:1 amounts) ."- ,.
of Insurance). .,
said, Is an Important factor t IB 4. Pays full benefits regardless other l y \ .j;

I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS training our children for tutor 9. New, ailments, as well as old physical! conditions, When Te Eirell l ? / 1. aboomen Appendectomy or any.._other cutting Into ;;
10th St and Temple Ave. generations. We as parents arc -
are fully covered. .)1
Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.; Mon responsible for gettlnng our chll, t !. Double Hernia _$ 80.00
I Irg Worship 11 a. m.; Evangells- dren to Sunday school so let's dc t
Itlc Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone our duty." 1: Anytime during enrollment period. After Enrollment >8. Cutting Into Cranial Cavity. ___,_.$100.00.c,

I relcoms. Services this coming week at ... \., Period closes representative win not i. Removal of Eyeball or Cataract _$ 80.00
r--- be available in lOur community tor enrollment. '!
Suturing of Surface Wounds _.-* 7.50

Rev. Lewis .D. Haines, Pastor Who May ,Apply ForCommunity 0. TonsIUectomy. and/or Adenold ctomy__$ 30.00

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke 7. Fracture of Thigh, Leg or Upper Arm_..$ 65.00
Health Plan I ?
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town "Jt
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 During the Enrollment Period-Every resident Community Health I r
of your County-All ages ((1 day to 100 years)'. ,* ,. ';
SERMONS; 11:00 A. M.. 8:06 P.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:t5 PJI.MIDWEEK All races, botji e.I. 'Insurance Plan Provides: ,- r


..3.... ..>........-.. Benefits
Do Benefits' Start ? Hospital I
11 A.M.:,"Jesus the Means of Salvation" Pays For Registered Graduate Nurse At Home,

8 P.M.: "Under the Ground" 15.00 Per Day, Up To $150.00.
1. AH Accidents covered from date of enrollment: Assignments! accepted by your Hospitals and may be I
ff j fff "f fj jf f j-fff*-rf-** -rffi-i--*<**f *f* re f '
(Surgical or non-surgical). 1'' ._, used In any recognized medical hospital ANY '
A Friendly Invitation From A WHERE, same benefits anywhere you may &'0. \
2. AH Diseases and Sickness (non-surgical) covet .

Friendly Church Extended To All __ q ed after 30 days from date of enrollment. ,100 Days for EACH AND EVERY MEMBER of All For This Low Cost -

- 3. All diseases and sickness (surgical) co ;red aft the family in a Hospital room costing up to $8.00 per ..*.

er 90 days from date of enrollm nt. day !In any 12 months period, or a total of _$600.00 Monthly Annuallytlaving ; j
el Ifttt
4 Maternity Benefit (on family group form only) :Also pays the cost of penicillin, drugs, medicines, Single and .
covered after nine months from date of enroll dressings, operating room anaesthetic, X-ray, and men women (all ages) $2.50 $27.50

ment. all other regular and customary hospital treatment ev. Family Croup Plan (Includes

Nurse Benefit from date t of enrollment. charges up to $nnnn. man and wife and all unmarried I
children under age 18). 'Of''l'V'" 00 _-, $6'v.OQ
First-aid or emergency (accidents only)' _____$5.00 .
Add' $2.50 fee to first payment only each Individual
U Also pays for Maternity (on Family Group Plan application. on

T ,,,.,.riiyw .n, ,,,: M .' ... only) all hospital charges after nine months,

pre r u r a +y op to $50.00Also Add $-1.00 fee to first payment only on each family
group application.PROFESSiortnL .
,t pays for Ambulance lo or from hospital _$5.00

l't .
b '+ ;
A q
llBALTIll'LAN You are Invited to caD at Professional Community Health Plan Headquarters for fun details, without

CO} UNDER\VRlTIEN BY obligation ot cost.'The above Is only an Illustration of the plan and .Is not a contract. ,


DON Evangelist MARTIN. JOHN Sang r Leader SIULE i. An old line legal FEgg10NAL reserve, stock INSURAN CE'cOR- a. 1)tJIe 'e 2)eta apORATION AdJ_ I i

the r FLORIDA. 7 J '
panr NVILLE, j
Revival Continues

payable suit DON WALLER, DIRECTOR, OR i 1

First Baptist Church, Hampton 2. An benefits are to '
8:00 p.m.each evening pogo contract. (Policy

Thru Sept. 3rd .F ten'o> 1 13cIi.7so; ) BLOOD BANK BLDG. .r

Pastor Bob Gray at Console '
of the Hammond Organ ., STREETS


.Court! **? ot F. O. Mllk-r Piano Co.. sac .. U T -"- .. .. .. I.. --. ... .. --. '0 -.- ,.. u 0" T -.
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Welch .. E. A. A.. ,'
OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR GENERAL Kyle, Kenneth It. Owen \lrel fhal"r. Zllaabeth Wln..I". ,w7. 'W"nn. .. H. I ierla1 lei., .
I LIST Kersey Llbran Owen Mra. Nora F. Hobble L arH'f. W. H.'VI. > dii. i ",
ELECTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA. TO BE Kaufman" John WaKaufman .n Ormond. J. 1oJ.uw..n. Mauve, Raymond JHchmltt Wise..' Evelyn I. Wynn Ward A. ,
Mr. Alias < D. Cvnthln L .Ch..t"r 11' AI' ,
Jetrgs Rae
A. I). 1950 : 'ftWfl .
JIEJ.D ON TilE 12TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, WheelerKercey i Stuart Roland M W..k., Ma !. lip. ..

OswoodKnlKht Peok. Clnra I* .tuart. Mra. it. J'"" "" I I.
f. I OrldiT, Rufua M.Jrlrri. f'nrkin 111 ggs; : g.w... JrS.S"g Yo" : CircUit
"Ilk)I.". \ Z. Currlfl, < ISKnlKht *, Llnnle h. Lewi, : "uir(.
: 101t' W.l .
Amir, w".1 I w .11' riirrie. Norina J. ( .. I il..iralUDrlilur v.K.rrl..n. I'Hrrynmn li. K. SouringEarl I'. itiu 1"i.rI.i.1, I", I lice ".
Alvui. '. A. b Carrolt. III r.. I'oulnCrawford I': U. JoaephKllllnicaworth Powell Chaa. J. Smith Dannie H. I I".,.
AnI'fl> A. 'nAlilorirmn jamea; F] lolic.-r... 011la C. Mr*. C. Perryman Helph D H. be old to the bidder at th Jam,11 ," .
: h.ol CITY
!IJimi. CleriKinl. llninmn: w.: llellter. I.velyntfreei : C.Kill. Parka: I Hulph, DeloraaHchula LK% IS ANNOUNCKrt FOil Court Hous. hllhOt the first Monday Opel..
,%dkJl.' LOIN Cook Alva A. II KIJreen ... Truman Park, W. B. Mabel COUNCIL In the nionlh, Oi, Oitober 1960.whl'h sit 1..1".1, .
0010. tea C. 1\11. Thelmailoodniun King Macon Phllllpa, n Flhllliia HlmpBon Is. Ia. Appear
Myrtle of
tl 2nd
Ami".l-" I I. the dny oct..b.r :
\lvur.... Annie Champion, lion KColHon ]. foI"ber I). Kite, Uiinlue Mm RoeaPearoe .Imp"on. I-.viira I .Tartud .. I ".I-i
,*,nd'i "i,II. .1. 1.. Leonard K. liuiiilnmn. Mm. KlulseIroeN Kelly Uu Mra Ilertha Leonard 1.Ir I wish to announce that I am a l"6I .. this 30th Dray of .. I <*nr,
.*.lvntx. ,'...n..t.IInd.W 'ol..n. M I'earl.Coturn. ( Ann !ITtfft! Clvila! Oorient Smith, Mra, Leom&i'lPulllvan F. candidate for re-election to the I New yYou,
Mrs "IMIthAlvuro Amy H. 0111..... Hnl P. I L....... (urntlla Peek 1\irn.iyae .1. 9BFFICIAL .T. Thoma .
*. unIt 1 I., lhnmili| t orralnafuti 0111,,". Mm, Hal P. Long, T. TLuliw Paul. A. .... ,, Lnnnla n."Htu.l"til. City Council In the election of Cli-ik(| | of Circuit SItAr Court) A.of Ilradfori l I I tnbei '., i

Andr.UM. NHIo 'hen. Robert 13 (Ooddcn :JoHcpliOoctdman Merwln Powell M rt<. Mildred K.; lIre W. J. September 12. If my fellow County Florida. 9l-4t-922| | CnnrseekK. :,: 1
Alvui', *. LnollAn Conwa::, Hul by lIable Lewis, JameS Powell Nod -w J. ill .
>on. Allen Coleman.. II, A. lllll, W' T Libby U U Powell Maria. Htewart John H. citizens of Starke do me the horforof dit'n MKhnll "
Harah. Urler, Mm n. II. KLennon :. Notice Of .IniiHiiallon For Tax I>. I ,
,"nI. ii><'n. .10'1'110! A. Pulan Mm' / Lennon I'.k. H L Jr.Pti "'"w..rl. Mra, John II. to
this responsible
,11,.1.. .i -''ii. l.va; 1"'lIn. I'ula, KlvlaLandrum .yk. Mr, Myra I>. Smith Mr. Hhl returning me Notice la herel.v given Tha V" toUI., I'I a.,
.%nil.i s' ". Wi-HlfV I.. Ciilnon.llllani S. Hoover J. C.llemlnicnny. 'I 1'. Frank "ow.lI.Vm.. U ( Hilly),> Hhldd, Paul, position r will continue my effort I'Hikham. the holder of \ .
Atoll I *VH. M Ir" MaudeAU'lHBil. (CovltiMtnn I 1'1'> A. V. ". 11'. Q.llayi.1. Lu.ii.lrum. Mr.. T. trankLonir. Pouell Mary. Harriet tHhell.U. Mm Paul of Ina- c"rtfl..t. line flli-d Bald. certlfj I at StKllsl ., 11
."I'. MrH. Ada Ci>vliiKtonMnry C. .. M W. UU" 'hard II. 1'iillum K L. .. XaroM to render the best service ....I.. d.-ed to bo IsHUi'il, If 1. ,
:,)",xiiniU' 'r. WllmaAsulnunll ( iimnilnxii, c'harl\> Hoover Etta Lawson, II A. Piiuin. )'. J. "u'r..n..y.'Ulr., ., I which I am capabje Your vote thereon The c..tfl..I.. ", (OFFIinv' '
.. Mrs Marita. -Chambem: 1*. 11tcliamheiK hoover I>ellallnyn Lawson Ada Mrfl.LewlH I'elliim, Mr.. F J. Iflale and Year of 1..lal' description .
reAlvunr Mra TJ a. .. ..i), llupeHayea Mra Thelma L.Lurantaux ,.i, 1'arker, Maet Hlieppanl.:: ; ItIra. Watt', and support will bo greatly appreciated of tha "rop"rY. and the nam.. it, \
I Mm fnrlne.Aiulm.n (fhrlMtlanBn Jnhnrhrlntlaiii Ruby A. Mr.. Th Unu t Peek. FrnnceaPuiiHi Hpence, Mm. Hurt In which It wan aH""H."" are a* fol- John :l |ill| l.
A. W. Jr. ..n. Edith Marl. W II. Lloyd KthalUimb. A 'll'>i-11 I. 'hiliaJtlviira Ci>.lo, All'iK.. Howe .1: HIlutlo : Mm. Klliaboth Paid' ', Van D.Pendarvlli : (Adv.) James A. Lewis. Issuance Jim I I. A.D. 19411. Description for. ."'It 'ickiott
*, M l I.. rule, J. 1. L H.lluttu. Lawson J'l. I:. J. M..rbro. hrt. of Property Lot B of Rlk (1. ,
Katherln. Mm' L. 8. : Mra B. Trubv C..'..
Mm OuranliAm. ,farter.: Lawaon 1'owfll henrys C. Hcarbro, DeKtta lIvIngston A.ldlt"n -
Ampraaes..1,1.. Joseph II. (Ciimmlnim, A. <\ Halle. W ft.llalln Law, Mr. Lilian. II. Perryman. Corner P. Hlern, Lou In* TO TiE VOTERS 'AND to Htarke Section 28,
Anil-own, Mm. K. E. Crawford P M. Maude C.Itartnian. Lee, L. U I'arker Charles f*. Smith J. W. CITIZENS OK HTARKK: Houth. Range 22 Beet Name In
4.4rewH.. Horn J.AAnms Crawford. Ii tty Albert f.an"lnll'j Mr.. Ti.] B. Preimloy, Annie Mae Hmlth, Mr. W. g. which AssessedJim: Wall. '
H 1C. 'ol..lond. C. Yr Ilartmnn Klal harry' "W. Phllllnii, TCrneat T. Rlmmona, B. E.! Certificate No. 73 Year of Issuance. On Your
Andrews MrH .Jewel. H r.Campeir C. C.Carpenter Hart Kilna' Lapp Maud '. Patten. (> I.. Hlmmona, Mra Janice 1 hereby announce my candidacy May 31, A.D. 194S. Description
AJi.,iiH, Mr*. Norniit J. 1>. W. Hall I4heitIsIlensinirway. I..w HI..n. 'rd I'atton. Mary C. Ht John Richard for re-election as a member of Property. 1 Lot as described InDeed
Anders, 1 RllsabethAilHtln Carpenter. NurJorUV Mm BarahH"ml"way. J.an.Ma.. tin Perklna, John Slttd. T l. Book 87 Pant. 149 Section 22.
IJ I'. (fruwell R O.Crowell L O. Lund, Jetty RuthLong Patray Krnle D. Blade Mr.J. II. of the City Council of Starke. Township 8 Mouth Ranice 22 East

Anthony Harry Edith >: i :'laAnnl.. Marian D.Lonir peterxnn Jamea A. $mail, Cleveland "If re-elected I pledge myself tc Nam In which A..d. John War- ?
:Anthony, Mre. Harry. Havan >i Eugene M. Plckett C w. Mtor'k. Merth ren. '
A Iv..r..*. Half VAlvarea Davlx. U A" Jr. Haueton Harry It. lAblne May ULablna Plckett Mr.. C. W. stock John continued progress and sound All of said property being In the
Mm. Hub)' DavlH I N.1 MPavl. Holland Fleets D. Rluhard J. Parker William W, Hlmmona, James F. County of Bradford State .uf Florl-
Andrews. ..e IVrryman lla. .en. Clifford Jr. Little, LiterLeiigett Prleiit 111... Nona rUminona, Stephen economy In city government. da. .
Albert Parliv Chun.IiemoreHt Hard' Inc. T. BTTnynea Katie Ma. Prevalt K T. Smith, Au.tln C. F. "Your vote and support will be Unl.. such certificate or certificate for at
.Akrl.lKe, Howard H.Akrl.lge. It F. : Georgia K. Lee, Joa Prevalt Mra. Margaret. Scott Roy be r according to
Mary J. Darby Annie HUI| .B, KmmaHaynaa Lapp. Aucuat B. Pelham Kllxabeth flulllvan, Mrs. If n."tubhln. greatly appreciated.Adv. law .h.1 d..em..c In such ON TIME!
.Avery. Jania II.Andrew mvln. R J. Marsh HopeIlarrington Llttlea, TobleLawaon Pooner Mr.. J. W. .. Dr. P. $( .) Luclan Hazen. certificate or certificates b.
., Igllsabeth.Alvares. ])avlH. LurlllBDavlH Mary Ola J. T, Palmo. J. W. Stubbing. Mr*R sold to the highest bidder wil the 'iime
T,. It. lnenemoreat. dyu Lawson Mr.. J. T. Phllllpa, Mary Blloox.: Oeorc* C.tarling Court Houaa door on the first Monday are on Mak.
.Alvarei" Thelma P. Verna J. Hunter K D. Lalnaa lust Phllllpa, C. MPartln $ Iris Vntlr Of Aprllratl.m Fur Tax: Deed In the month of October 1950
.Anstln I.. H. Dell Damon Hairan John I.. Llvlmr. Olen Charle S.Partin. Strong, Harley F. Nolle 1 is hereby given That T. J. which I I. the 2nd day of October your watch service
Antlers Carl Denmark, Emily Hutrhlnm, T M.Hutchin Le*. MariraretUewln Melba 8 Strong Mr. Helen Alderman. the holder of the 1950 by expert
..""rld... Curt I* t>uncan. K. O *.. Mr. Annie Thoml, R] Peteraon. Mra R. 8. I..haef..r. ('h... J. In*; certificate haa filed. .. fOlow-j Dated thla 80th Day of August reB
...Arnold Muryon B. Human Mr.. K. O. Lunadn. Leona N. Peteraon. R. O. Homer tificate for a tax deed to be l I

Aqtitar John Darby .Tohn M. Iferlong.. Pr.Mra.MBMfiiiMton. HildaIliirdlntc Little,. eorg.. 11. !'at..l.) June V.. Swlndall. Bett thereon_ Tha_ certificate (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas.
Jqalar, Manila Lou Darby. Mra. JeanOlnkfni ....-._... S0 0I. Phllllpa, JuanltaPeamon ana rea.or *issuance ins Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
,"Ackerman Ann M. ; Mra. L,. F. : Mra: T, B. Little. lola Eugene Turner Roy V. lon property an l a.crP'j Florida.
,*.rkerman Fred (Thelm a) Ilummett. Moaalloltaendorf Le.[ C. II. Preeton. Jo. Truby J J. It waa aeeeHBed 9IJ.41-912
".Anderson Mrs. A. W. Jr,, ninklna !>. P KthelHoltaendorf LJnuln. (I. t. Pugeley; John V. III Tlaon, 8allla low: Fractional part of Certificate I ,
".**tway. T W. Denmark\ claudDennla Hen Lln..ln. Mr.. O I.. Thompkln., LlxilnThornton No. 80 Year of laauanc May 31, A.D.l'7of I. Tha Circuit Co.rt O( Florida
Attaway Mary Hlvares J. H. Hartman Lnyrca ewla l Elmer K.Newla !:. Quigley: J. T, W. B. Deacrlptlon of Property: Lot Klsrht Judicial. CIrcuIt, la asS ForBradford Jeweler Since 1941
> James, I,. DrHue, OheyTxtHnn. Hartman.. Kd.ly. Pac Mula-ley Mra. MlnnM W.Thomas, N. N. Blk 2, Hunny Acre HubDlvlnion .."., A* Law.Oloba g'
jUvnres. Arthur n JameilDurdon llaien. M... ClaraItolitng.worth Lee, Lillian Quick C. H. Jr. Thornton Section I. Townehlp 9 South Finance ', Inc. a corpora Slr.
..*kerldpto. Mr... Curtis Mr. (Iu..lliowilng l. F. C. Lee, Thelma Ia.MeMhllan. Thomaa, M.r" A. Ran*;* 22 :. Name In which Aa- tlon Plaintiff, vs Mallorv C Thorn-
'Uhrlorht.' HoiAndrsnn ., K. J.Powlln. HollliiBeworth Mm. An'nl HItch J- H Thomas, Robert L. aeaed: H. A. Manaa.
l Hamllel .. CI.on.If.\ B. Merrill Robfnaon J. W. Thompklna, lne (MrM ) Certificate No. 48 Year of Ineuanca .
.Anderson l.yle Darby. Mm ('h... Hnaen M. F.HalKtlnK" ilCKInnny Mra Iva Hitch Herbert C. Mack) May 31, A.I>. 1948. Description
.AlbrlKht. Alberta Danmark S. O.JowII Jam** rfcKlnney, Melvin Rluh"l"..b.lle Tlaon Mra Theo of 'Property 7 Blk IK N Rano W.C.T.U.
_*' ...ry. Louis [ n... William BI Iliiuirh II. U kfcKlnney, A. BMcKlnney :Ray I..r..vF E. Thoniaa. Mr.. 1..u.I H-D Sen 21, Lt. 8 8. Range 21 E
.Alvarez, It. I.. -Bill:'r) llnln..e. Lewla D. 1\Ire. A. E..fcKelvey .man Thoma., Cecil Name In which AaaeBBed. Marl }
**lare. *, Mr. R L. r>ahmer. H] J. Howard. V. H.Hatan J. A. Hitch KvelynRefflHter Thomaa, Mra. Dorotha June*. A LONG HARD PULL
.Dahiner Hernardln J.. O Mcintyre. T J (Mm) Alice
Certificate No. IT. Year of l .. 189 STOR
1YTIshop. + Dampler Rhndn 9!. Haieii, Mm Frankl M. McKelvey, Frank Hitch Mm Carrie Thomaa, George W. uance "I
I..i.It Dlxon Mr. Katie Harrla, William .fuKelvey, Mr. J. A. Richard. HarriettRedmrave Thomaa, Mr. George W. May It. A 1>. 1948 Peai'niptlonof PROCESS, BUT OUR. CHIL
'llrownlce, Etta DennlH Mm Myrtleafowling 1 re.llow.rd. V. K (Mm) McRae. R HMcKae A. W.RedKrave. Thomaa, Mra. Violet Property Lot 8 Blk 18 N Reno DREN'S CHILDREN HILL 100 &
f*..a..1.l v, <>. I.. lament J, Jr. Howard. Joe A. Mr.. Ethel .. Minnie Thonian, Kllnabeth 8ub.I>lv Hectlon II, TownHhlp 6
teaaley, flert ltd* numhlmor. Frank 1>. Howard.. ReulahHarrla lII..el"lIan. T. A. Redgrave, John Thomas H. M"I South Range S2 Eant Name In COMB TO KNOW THAT TOTAL ,
fliirns. ndwardfltiriis ioyhe, Ml Iderd ODoVl W. I). 4cCall. Helma )Redffrav. Lula (Torod)I I Thomaa Floy which A..d' J <. W. Hall ABSTINENCE IN NOT FANATICISM FLORDA
HrHslollritnka. *. Jeffemnn D Howard. Ella Mae Mclntoah .Tlllman H.Mclntyre Reynolds.I Mr*. X* A. Thomaa Mra. IfeMter, L. All nf caM property being In the 1 P.M.
Itorthaf Denton M.... Willie MaDavla Hufatetler, Edgar J. A. Rowe, Clyde' Torode W. B Jr. County of Bradford State of Florida OR ASCETICISM BUT
i>t. r MFlnref Jean P Henry A. HHalnten. McDavld. Roy Rowe. J. H Thomaa, Reel Un1 I..Buch certificate or certificate RATIONAL SELF-CONTROL IN -fl
out. Meat,yTiwruev mmpler, H. C. H. W .Iclntonh J. W. Itltch Carl Thomaa Clyde Nell. ehall b* redeemed accordtnir to
Ofiirare A\F. I>obb.. Alton Tlayea, W. K.Ilolton Rltch Mr... Ruby Tucker H B.i law. the property described In such REGARD TO SOMETHING THE
:: D..Wr.hT.ANc.
fVaaent, W. A. Jr. llohha, NltaDavlH J. n Koblnaon Blanch Wynn i, Tucker Mr. H. certificate or certfl'at"l wil b* USE OF Batteries
nnnham, Mrs W. A. Heater Holland, Elaanor itoCarty Mra. W. IS. Richard H. M Thomaa, N. H. E Bold to the lt the WIICI I FROUGII ,
tlrown., Mrs. Florence; n. Par IK. A. H. Harrla, Truman cHae. Mr. Donald Raymond Paul Thomaa, Ovid Court Houae door on the flret Monday WITH
Hrynnt: Mrs. Llxsle r)yal. Pet Hutto Qarntta rfcKlnney. A. B. Jr. Raymond Ethel Thomaa, A. C. In the month of October 19SO. BY SIR DANGER.
14saent. Mrs MaryHnrney. DrlKer" C. ADarney Rough Mm AlmaHaaxn Mi-Clan. T. K. Jr. Rltth. N. T. Jr. Thomaa, A. J. which I I. the 2nd day of October 1950 TIOlI.\S BARLOW .
: Mrs: lllndy ; i.ni. W.I'yal. Rlale P. 1I1.'I..ne.. Mr. T. K. Jr. Rnaenbftrir, SamRosenberg. Thomas, Eva] Mae Dated thlit 30th Day of Auvunt 19SO TO QUEEN ,VICt .
niirney Mr.. II. W. Mm VI.... HathiMick. Haiti. O. ftcCarty Walter K.: Fannie Thoman, Victor C. (? J' Thomas'
rial tie, MullellTlarksiluls Douclaa J. K ltenry.Mr.. A. It.Hullo. ilcHae Donald F. Rowe ClauileRoHenber Thornton M R. 'ItI Lbourt' Bradford TORIA. KING GEORGE V. I Ian your car

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.*. Mrs VlroIaItryan. T. IDunuan Hnbba. J. C.Jlolob. ifcOrlfr O. J. Rowland. R IiRowland. Theme, Mallory (*. THOMAS I. process The new
: Mr. Jallatlr..w Marell O.: .. Olinlyn: M'l1rlff. Lee H Klnty Thomaa, Virginia K. Satire Of Application For Tax DewS) BARLOW DIED IN beauty.
n. IIIIDertu liodd. W J. Jr. MIckey, Klma 1.55 MeVay. J. C, Hr. Rowe, LaielaHohlnaon Thomaa Walter Notice la hereby Jrlv.I. That T. J" 1945 AT THE AGE OF 99 : $7.50
*ver, i.rrJ. Dodd Mm W. J Jr. Hardy. Charlea Cnndlchla H It Alvin Thomaa, Sadie T. Alderman the the follow- Corrosion
llnford Duhart. Annie )Ia.Oavill. Hardy. Juanlta MHolllday. Mcintyre Vthhi.r Ma Robblna, IrwlnRealxter Thornqueat, Jennl' log. City of Stark. Tax aertlflcat YEARS. I I Re'cNSt.
finford Mr.. frma O Wtiiirahlmar. Arthur N. IrKnfa-ht. R. I* Freeman Jr. Tenly Rdmond D ha. ald certificate for a tax
Hwrney ,liln Mae Mm. F. I' Harton ('I. B. McKnl..ht.I 1'*. E. L. IlobertN. Roy Tenly Lou Inn deed fled.. iBaued thereon The certlflcata .
ftrldKes. I*. L. Drl.*em. Amelia C.iteEtse ::. Henley Calvin McVay Iran. V.icvay. ._ Ray,. Richard! Thotnnlna. AreiilA. I Number and of la*
nrhl........ Mrs. Llllle Luke Haley LukeHalatn ,, ... (.. jr. Knonen w. ij. Thornton,' ElbertEarl uance, the description Y.a.the
rt.aver, Hunler.Tawnltt Pavl".. Lillian Gertrude rtd-tae Robert M.IcHae ] *. S W. navla Konald O. Hardy. J. VI !\, Oprtle F. Roberta, J. P.Robert. Thomae. A. J. Jr. wa.. oaaeafled are a. follow..: i
Brawn, Mildred B. Dobba. Q. J.Dobh. Hardy. Jo RllaHudBon Mi'Culley, LlnnleIcNelll .. Leola F. Thomas, Suila B. tlflcata No. S. Year of I .uanca
tinker. Mr... Jun. ... Mra Q. J. M F, Hr. Mr*. T It.' Holder Mr.. N. E. Jr. Thomas, R. T. March 29, Description of Property
Harden, Johnnie W. rioTlIn C. YHPevlln HudHon MrM M F.. 8r,. IcComb. Jack PilcCnmb under N- B Jr. Torod. Mr.. ] Lot 11. LIvlmfBton
Kir-van, H Fftarden Anna Bell IlufKtetler, LloydHiifmetler Grace RIcMlllan Refflater Mr.. Fn..m.n I. Turner. J.ul.. Truby A Company'.kJJb Dlvlalon to .
Ora Ma. rfHal. Herbert Wllma lit... Hanson i I Jr Thin-pen, W. L. jr. Town of Htarke, Section 2*. Town
VMamer flaorv C. Deal. BvelynDacey Howe, C. Rlli R., Rltch 1\Ire. Carlyle Thomaa Dan (I. chip g South. Rana-a 2. Ka-t Name
""own. If C. John 1.7. >we, C, R, Jr. rfcKlnny, Ann Rowe, Mr. Ola Mae Tyua, H1 K. In which AeBBed: Homer William
"...wn. Mr*. Florenc A. Davln. Rmory A How. MarUn N. ilcKlnney, Ball Reynal'ln, SurahReynold Tyua Mlnnl I L. Certificate No.9. Year of Iauanc -
Btahop II A Jr. rittvl". Vlda J.n"'u..I. Hall, Jlmmle Lee McCarthy James K.klcciimana *. E n. Thomas. leqa March 19 Description of :
Ifurney O W. ..., H. f. llntohemon' ElorrHernwall. Mary A. Hu.hlnir. Mr. L. Ik Thnmaa., Bernice Property: Lot Jt4 lo k 42, LlvlnatonTruby : -
"Karton .1. C. Donovan Llllah Pearl b. MdVay Lena P. Randolph A. H. Thomas. Jamea !Company Sub Division '
Kartnn, If A. Durden A. C. Hernwall. C. 13. MoOee, Joaeph K. Hushing. I* I.. Thom.., Annie to Town of Stark Section 28, Watches, -Lighters _
n.nn..ttr Louis ..1.IWoi.ky DurUen, I.amlrtiV Ilaien, V. V. McGee. Nela Ma.M..n..a. Reddlnir.. LnulaReddlna Thorn, P. L Township Mouth Range. 22 East I
I.ouls A. >:yi, Clvdn MDeHue Haaen' Clenno II A.latthewa ;. Jewel m.! Thlo-pln, Mn Mildred Name In which Assessed., Julius '
Bishop Mrs. H. A. Jr. Clareni-* Ilitll Kdward A. K. 8. Robert, If. K. Thomas, P.'dille Butler "Your Printed To Mel"
ru.ll. J.: A. r>..n..bv, n ODaneby Hall Marguerite N. 'lannlna;. DeliaMlddlelon Roberta, Mariraret Thomae, Mallory Jr. All of sitlil property being. In the
llmker A. TIlAirnett Mra. Franre llancui-k R I.. W. B. Roberta Joenph M. Thomaa, Leora County of Bradford Stata of Florida.Unl .
Hat Dnwllnir. Marlnrle M. )Hancork Relty Mlddleton NollaMldiUeton Roe Dorothy ThomaH, LolaTomllnnon. I.... such certificate or certificate ![I Ray Marlin
>'.''.r. Ruth n. Dell. n..rtha Leo Howarrf Thoma Mad** Rosier M. K Mr. Joe p b* redeemed a..cordl"orto ;
Hell. MarvaretHurdelte Drake. Mr.. R MDrlKvam Howard O J.. Matthews, Mra IdaMitchell Roaler Loul... C. Tomllnaon Joe P. law.hal property described inSuch --- .
,. H. tI.I1rown. Mra Dnnnl Harrell J. M. III... Lucite Hitch Luran certificate or will
4 P Dow line. Dorothy: Harrell. Mm. J. \MHenderaonr Mart iiiie. OlIl.MunJy .- Roune, Jo.Ithod..n. Ufflow John "rtfleat.
Hrown VldullHrrant Drew, Jamea; Mra II. E. n. -' - -
W. Jr. Loniy l'nd* Mra R F. Drew Mr.. Jam. Hendeeron. 13 O. Mundy Mm Leila Robert, Vance, W. Underfill!,. Paul
Ralllnvton. J. H.lowers fyal. II. O.Fpperaon. Hnfmleater W. S. M..tt h..w.. K L Roberta Joeepli. A. Marcl I
{ Lottie M. Hnfmleater. I.w Mitchell Locus RobertS, P. T. UndMrhl.
VllK-H, KI. U JrBlKKS : Leon Hamilton. ICrneMtHamilton Matthew, Mre. Ha.*lMnnaaea. Roberta, Mm. BeatrIce Vlnnlnir. Mr. L. D.
Mra. HI I... Jr. rdwardn.: W, M
Myrtle Mlna Roberta., Julian P. VlnnlnoL.. l D.
trroadway riuthHiroadway. Edward. Ruble \Ma llalelen' Julia Morwan M. M Roberta, Murrell Vlnlnjr, J. C.
II f.TIIMJKS fd...ard.. Mra DellPppvraiin. Huitan. H. Olloican Melton (Clarenc. Roea Mr. Florence Vanpfy, OcoroIf. .
Itobert KVtlair W. J. Jr. ElliabcthHembin Morgan Mm M..Ula. Ik Illadon Alma \anpfy. Roe. Fl I
Mrs W. UMruwn. Kppemon.. DorothyFdwardn *. Mr.. J. M. Mott Mra Maud Ravn Dulah VanVIeet. H N.
odls HTVucwell. J. M Hembree i Dr. J. M.Holme Manlre, C. (I Runnel, ). W D VanVleet Mra. H. N.
K.nn.th L. Edwards L>,n'tlaKnKllHh. *. LunwardIlolton. Manlre,. Freda RvaMarUnem Roblnnon Evelyn' Vlteky, Philip .
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K Jarkson Hr.! I.fona O.KdwanlH. R R. Martlnea. Nelll. Pet. (Sheriff)). Wall. W T*
_.w.lI. Ksra OMuni ; Merrill Hutch In.a, Anul Ma Moltt Mm Are E. Keddleh! Ruth O W.
'h. (...orlJ. H.Ifurnham FilwardK. Mr.. Merrill llli-kn, R. R.Hlrka Mooty Harry Roberta, Carl Whlt.. Ethel N. '
: PearlHlatkwell. FdwardKV.. AFilwardH. Melallolmee. Mooney Mr*. AlfrelManaaiia Kent-rave, Carolyn H White Noble Ray .
H. H Mm Oarrl Marvin R. A. 8. William, T. N.
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Mary d rN..r.. KKnnln : Intrant, hush IJr.. lIeM. K. F. Scott, F .AHupp Winkle Austin E.VllllamB .
Hryan Wesley WBatten I Mra. MFlmrle. Inram. hugh B. Sr. Mll.., Mra. M F. W. M.Hmlth \ Nat
f. "1. : Mra Rimfiall. J I Moore Mre Florence K H. William., Loula
lbitten Margaret F. Fhprle, Edward 1'. Jenklna. A. O. MurphY. Th.lma ConiaMannln !Stump Eva W1* rlnn One
'''trarksdale. Robert C. KdwardH, Jean W. 'Johna, Ella F. *;. Delia 8. !flllnnx: J. J.. \Valnwrla-ht.. Planch
arksdale. Barbara U.:1i'7'tr..rdl" Iflierie. Ituaavll A. John, Carl Manning, ClydaMi Haul I..*. Mr.. Pearl Wililame, A. R
llruwn Wt. W. r.horle. Mra B. C.Futch. John., Mra 8. R. Sr. ,.pl..y. L4eatrle5Mundorff Rlmmon' ... L. William*. (Uertrud, EASY
;: F. John, frrn! R. El. aiatrunk Jo. M.. Wllaon Jo*. F.. ToP
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nxirnett, Hal Fernandea, EvaFutch. Johna, Charley F 1.! Mr. Laura. : bsinnaOilco Warren Mr.. N. .ifnnl
_rn.n. T>i>rothyIKryant. V.rdl.01.. Johna, Thelma 11'rlh.on Mathewa. John 1>. *, Delia Warren, M T "
: Mnbl Frnandta laabell Johna, Thelma RedgravsJohns Memoreau Thonia I. 5mlth' Junlu M. Warren Albert M
......rh. Jaine P.VWle. Flynn, deorice U. J J.lon Matthew. Clara Vf Swindle, Hannah Warren. Ruvhl
.. 1ni Flynn Florence .1 .a, Emma Mooty, niadya Ud.llMorris "pp. Mr. Leona Wiley. Ja..k'Vlnb.rly.
Vi.Iiop. Nina H. Flynn licorice II Jr. Jenklna, Chae. H. J. H.MoirlH Htern. W. A. W. MWlmberly NO
Tt.y.rM' V. Lou Franklin J hn P.Fuleh Jenklnn. Chaa. A. I Mra Annl Mae tern Th."' *.. Belle
1lraue" : Ralph F.tlegiu Mark RFoKir John. Mr.. Ruby Mutt, 111 1'.. Lula Smith. W. P. Jr. Wiley, Kate
Doris If.flak.r. Jewel fFIIKK Johna, ... H Jr. Manning, Qraoa Sllcnx Henry WlKitlnM, Laura LeekWalC
H.lnii.L. z. :: Mra. Mllll J. John., Allen M Maatere Julia $Hmlth J. F.. I IHa Martha D
"naker Ma* Fowler harveyFuilor. John, Mra. Mali.e a V. Maatera, A. W. RlmaHllcox William ,
pp. Gladys G.
IftlKKfttV.. W. Mm Bertha IB.Fltrh John Mra. Ruby U.Judil. Martin Oulcla A. Lacy Ward .1111'.M.. arrh.
rlrvunt Robert HnhertFnnderhnrk. MlllardJenklna Martin, ,t. D.Mundorff. RvelynSiieaee TfLflth
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,.., O A.tkBerjajfsjhif. Johna. Mra. LauraJenklna. Miller Jame A.Miller. Perk Inl I William d3"Wllllama
HelenIluaaey Orlffln. T. J. Mary Su
Sara F. Jean Spark. S. B Fred Living Room
Krllne II.Ilintsey nreen. It. A. John, Mra. Fronl Mlxon. J. HMlxon Hllcox. Mary Francis William, Mr*. Mary
K1U K. Mantle. 11.! ,e.
Urlfflu Johna Mra. Lola Jean D. Hllcox J. n.Hnarka .
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LlJIlun .
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a.Canovft.. "Runh'. C. Uoodman J. L*. Jonoa, Mra. Maggie K. Moody Kathleen belSalts WUHanm, HalU JiI '
CArlton. Fred fluv. A. JOhn Hert .W. Moo.ly. Luther !\fn. Dorothy Wade, C T. ,-
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*re<...., MamlTnnova. HaroldOrnham ( \\*. T. *. C. ItMill" Seymour, Kll.abeth Katie
Levy A.Otaxiva. W H. Jr.ilriVtt. .la.'kmiii. Margaret. O.Johna. Harold Seymour, J. I>. Wood tf..h\ E. sional Chair
Mona A. .. J W. Joaephln F..Iohnaon. Mundorff.: J. S.! /oItllI.)', Mr. Letl Wood. Martha
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,- J. II. (rirnham Nathan. Oeorve W.Johnxon. !Mueller Hhlrlev M T 8Hhull Wynn. JO.Wllllamnon.. 41
(*not>..r. lilchnrdOtirnmlnKB. Oalney Trmifc Mary K.Johnaon Nlcelett M... Pauline R THhull I. L. *
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(*nlemati Jo. Mm Ratherilrlffla. Ju.l.l.. Freda N. Milton. Solomon Slump 1001I1a""Imp..on. Wood. Florence'
r'halker. MrPI. C. W. Martha. Joyner. :N PJoyner Malone, Helen ftf. ,, ..I. Weeke. R A. Suite
falvmu.i, Mrs. Mary f.Oanno.i !. riiilnea, T.. M. :Jewell;, )f. Malone Curt I J. Sllcnx, Vernon Week*. Mm: Lark I it D : ,',, rC -w Bedroom
J. V. flr..n. Mm' Lucille It.llreen. Juuilon. .T F. Mill'h"lI. ZellleMilhlhofer Htarllnir. H. K. Wllllama, Ethel j.
.rv.>u..,.. Margery. It.l'uliaoni !. C. Jninlon. Mr. J. F. Walter M.Muhlhofer. StarllnaMra. H K. VVllkl. Mr. Hulh
a.lin. t.. W. Or.ham. Alice Fnatlln Jordan N..ton Mlhln.1 A.IIll1n.r. Smith Mr' R II. wnilamn, .,. D.
Lemuel Henry I*. Ionian. Clrnr. C P.Mllner Hewelt I. W. B.: Vard.. Roy Iew.
f".....,n. Mr. Ada row. Uenrire. Mr. Ida Johnaon. Mr.. n. H. Mre Mary Sewell Ethel O. Warren. "nMi.
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<>TH,,... Ruth 00"'..... Raymond J Jolum' Charley J. Mann M C. Jr. Mu\v.n.. ('h... MHmlth. Wlmberly Fannie Win. Spring
.TMiirU Mm. l.lanla tInder Hiifna II. Johneon. A. R Mann. Mra B. C. Mra. Virginia W. Walker Han. T tre
.'.'ul.n III r. Ditaala Ti.raner. Oreen. Gloria Johnnon. Phi III. El. Mill... II. W, ".h'. ....'... Elh I' Walker Mara-aret B.
W. M (ldwn. Henry T. .rti Iteon. I,. tj. Mlllar Lulu Mae Mith; Mr*. Mnry, Ann I White, Carol S. 'a '
4-nrltMe.. A) K. Drlffla, Leonard Jaokaon. Frank IIlnmon., Itasel Wells M C. 1.t1 :: eiitw Rug
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I. Delorea Oreen. CarolynOardner ,.ck.on. Lilly Newdome. Kiln. H. Ward, W. R
Cook Howard 4I.orgC A. Jon.... George T, :Na.worthy. ('. HNaeworthy Roea K.Muolt. Walker. John It.
rro..hy.l Mnrlnn. KOnok. Oitrdner. Mr.. MinnieOIIKKOW r>. John. Lola V; KlliabelhNorrln Wilbur A. William. C. C *
W it.vo.hy Helen H.Irlncr Jackeon, Curtis W. M. $..nU. Lillian Waadln. R 8.
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J.. drlffl". !'J. L. Jr. Lucllla C. Notlman, W. HNollman $ ..;. E "Wlnkler Warren W.
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M F. OonlHby Mr. P. F.Oellter Knight n K.Keen Noe...el. Jew.II A. It.rn.m.. Volley L. Madl .
Onnner, Kula MaOnlKon ,- Homer .. Nelma Newman. Audrey Starllnr. Mary WIII.m., LottU Down Payment
Thontaa F. ()flndwln Annie Lou Kld.l. R O. Newman Albert JNewman. Spance. J MHtone Wlla, John I
Henry Jr. NOT
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r-_....". Farrln It.Wnwny Orlffle, Woodrow Kllllniriworth. Mra. Kate Neweome, HubyNwman. Mr.. Klial 8.Htruth Wllklnaon., I. B.
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l'i_.1... Alver Va.cotlrirfla. Kirk land. 3.. T. Jr.Kenla. Newman, Minnie' Htruth. Merrill 'Vi... a. C. B.
r-T,-l.r, M.rrlltf Mandy 8am fl.Klnir. Neweom, O J. Stewart, James F. M D
fTH>,.. Herbert DrlffU. Thelmit. M.i Walter Warren
Norman. Maud HI John Vincent 8Ht
Warren Mr. M t>. Hart
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tf"'hlam' Randal R. Mural Wllla Outlaw R 8 Smith n..rolh" .. *;* STARKE/
Tltlam Katherln Oarland ilertrud Outlaw Mr B. 8. Sam Ella I Ir
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