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: April 13, 1951
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:03111
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication Established In IST'JOMJIEshKNTVTWO


Board Receives Bids On Drilling -- ''Welcome HODle Charley I

Drainage- Well In Sampson- Lake ,

Two bids on a proposed test Ail "rAlno o well were received by I lots will be used for storage Senator Johns Newly Designated

tlw Uoarcl of County Cimimls.sionrs of road and bridge maintenance ,

lit their regular meeting herein { equipment and tiipplies.\
April 2, The Libby & Freeman The bill of Mrs. C. C Wynn for President Of 1953 State Senate

ompany of Orlando wan de- damages sustained when a coun ,
1 :nreil the low bidder and that ty-owned and operated road grader

firm was awarded the contract, damaged. a water pipe! under the \Will Arrive Here This Afternoon
hubJI."t to a satisfactory working: public road near her home was

... nRreemont/ bring arranged boIw..pn presented.. The bill was dinappioved -

[ V tM'lJ MKMBiKS: : : are pictured above, busy with last the contractor and the since it was stated that A sentimental quest hail! its storybook enilinjr Monday

i In preparation for "Career Day" to be held at the schoolS board.The drainage welli In Sampson cross the claimant the rcrnd had right-of-way no permission with when members: of the Florida Stale Senate elected Charley E.John1 .

ued at table are Ruth Topping secretary, and Charles Lake have been advocated for the undorground, pipe. :* of Starke, as president: of the "upper hoU! e" for( the
Standing (left to right) Edward Massey, Beta Club presi-
received 1953 session.
time Another
some an a measure to relieve complaint wo :
jai Duncan, treasurer; Curtis \tedwards, Katheilne Colson flood conditions In certain parts of concerning a slight change having Senator Johns had long cherished the hope of nomination

[,l Ri ,hie, reporter. the county during times of extremely been made In the route of the In memory of his hl'oth'rtnrkley: Johns Starke attorney
heavy rainfall. It Is believed county road leading from or near
who WHU: elected president of the Senate in 1931 but who died
reparation tor the at the U. S, O. building.Questionnaires that the surplus water the overpass near Theressa/ to Melrose. before fulfilling his term
could be taken off underground This being a repetition of
.cllools' "Career Day" were sent out to of several which the In Tallahassee Monday the 46-year-old Starke insurance
students( of the junior and senior by means wells In Sampson former complaints .
.. b held on April 20, classes In several of the neighborIng Lake. board refused to consider no action ---- -- ---- agent and Seaboard Air Line conductor) nervously paced the

gratifying progress.iHton high schools to Indicate the The contractor proposes to drill wan taken at this time.W : \\ I'fll HIS: IllsTIMirisilF.I) ritMUX'KSMIKS: : : looking down fron 1 floor as the newly elected half of the Senate went behind

from notable fields that the majority of the a 10-Inch drainage well\ "guaran M. Norman requested the ,I the w ill, Senator Charley K:, Johns of Starko was uYlug a with messagMs -' cki 'iHl doors in an adjoining room to designate the presiding

ughout the South- studcnU were Interested In. The teeing drainage of 1,500 gallons boa id to asxixt him In negotiating : / of congratulations upon ht, election as President of tho 193: !I| atfict-r for the next session.As .
| States are among per mliiutc or no pny. for a suitable right-of-way from I 10 votes to clinch the I
JIll, ii results of these forms were tabulated State !Senate.;' Although needing actually only
seemed him interminable
I time ticked on for what an
A proponed widening: and deepening his fann to the county graded
.,11 present Important and delegates have been contacted i election Johns received 12 Photo by Luclan Conner
period staget -
concerning the vari- : of the outlet of Hampton toad. Upon advice of the county ,., ___.. ......., prankster. ..__. ___
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al fields. Lake was approved by the board a.ttorney Mr. Norman was told ",,;..... .. ""... "..." 'Uftl'r. .n u ..
An explanatory meeting will I : .; 1
/ that "the Is deadlocked".
and the fitnto Rood Department that since this was a private matter caucus
'mil, under the dlrec- start the program on the morning was requested to cooperate. In anyway between him and the owners Berries Command 1 ':aualntr the Senator to run a hand

j, (ford. High Assistant of April 20 In the usa auditorium. possible] with the project. of the lund to be traversed by the I, through his hair and 1 swing his

H Gibson and faculty Instructions will ho given and Due to the fact that securing proposed outlet road that the coiuml \\.111'11 rim I n (an old habit) with
'. T Corum la designed programs containing the written road rights-of-way U becoming loners would not Intervene. ,: even greater rapidity

ui lor and senior high schedule of the day's events will mora and more difficult, it was Mr. Norman was /assured, however Top Prices '.. .'..' : : : Arttmlly, no other nomination

it! a better( Insight Inip be paused out, The program will decided to tequest the State Road, that If thfl right-of-way li \ ',' ,," '/ \, .tl i'",,', ;"Ji ,"' i w i nllu1
ti\! vocation and continue until 4 p.m. Department to survey the Brown- deeded ti> the county a road will '; "" ';" '.','; ';'. .'" "d .. fii.;, ,', ; M6il'' ,,, '' :atled only when Johns had the
i ill>nnl fields.t All interested students are lee Road, as noon as possible so ho graded Into his farm as noon I \Vlth no Immediate waim-up Insight :)\ :: ;':\ ;; : : \ '. 1\.,",t'. I firm plndges. of more than a majority

t tlfrom the armed urged to attend these lei'lures. that the securing of the necessary us It can conveniently be done.A the weather front, llriul l. f.ih\ ;: ;' ?' :: ';' I In had picked up' the deciding
auxiliary\ ''serv- They are being presented for the started Immediately In the grade, on ; \. < ,
n's be minor change } ,
t can
n right-of-way was! \ , ., / ,\ I vote) during Uio weekend recent
ford County's strawberry ciop < It'iI-,)' l .
benefit of those students who ''i'II/.1 : ..:. .
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IM Irst the all va n tag,11falnlng of the mud near the Leo Or Iff Is / :; ,'
: \ '' to end his months' long nlpSeiuiinr -
( programs/ and desire to learn more of the details! The bimril unanimously approved farm wan approved. If the electrle! still milking time this week needed wait tihutry I: .. ;:'. ; ;':.; ( 5 ,r",:\'L' ''It ,.i;.'

,. irtial training films about their prospective careers the purchase\ of 10 lots In line Is removed therefrom without Ing for the warm nights ',\. .< -- .,1'1 ) I.' ,,, ,
the bloom now on biuihes < < -1\ '" Jolmlll tirrltelionirt
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Block 21. Livingston Truby & Co. cost to the county.Legislature ,' I
Into niioHUT crop, of fruit : : jN\: \ to: I'' from TullnhiiNHec* till*

Drops Two Out Of Three; I I Second Battalion Asks In,the grower week from harvemed April only(4 throiifirllth 2,578 '. .. : .> I: urieriiiHin, hi. hiMiu,. to>.Hieinl| Nwdleiwi' ihn weekendHI to say'

line Firing At Blanding Congress To Open crates uf fiuit about 1,500) cut to AW" | hi* frli-niN. itrr prruirlng| u
less than the previous week "ar"l wolronufor th high
With Jackson Saturday Welfare Rolls i' I honor tlmt hu hut brought to
The Second, Battalion 124th I Line to the scarcity of fruit there hi* dlxtrlct.andtuck .
Florida National Guard I
Infantry, The Florida Legislature has ask was spirited competition among
with headquarters In Starke be-I buyers resulting: in a>$12B'J pet
didn't fare ed Congress to lift the veil Of
.ball boys
:< Rrlldfurl firing last Saturday In IP for the past week contest with Senator N
/gan range era average
I. week dropping ',AB }[ PO Arc1tIP. secrecy now surrounding public
past drills at Ray Carroll of Klaslmme .
i Andrew Jackson 412 ; JlF a II 0 0 the first of three weekend II welfare rolls. High point of UIP season wai ." ..." .. .. .. .... ..-.. *
from' \"AINU",. nt" 1 0 0 Camp Blanding. The firing/ will Include With both ''the reached Tuesday when an average Traditionally, tho newly elected
( and winning blistering speed will title ( trim IallHrsou
Thu""N' III 4 J 4 2Jipnllelt. Mii.\ i.iwtl IU.N.S niiij miHot ne (Ina u
L. 4 2 1 0JI"o.n pixtol, carbine, rifle light/ House and the Senate overwhelm of 111 01 wan paid for the 53; senators dHsIgnate the prealdlng
tin 00. between Jerome Johns left) and K. Johns who has
watchf I ":I, t' II 0 "1 machine gun heavy machine gun memorial urging crates offered. sc Mia ( Charley officer fur the m-xt seas'ou" from
a .
partlHan crowd J'uvl., 2Ji 3 0 4 I automatic rifle. I ingly approved juVt be >n ulectud president uf the 1903 State. Sennti, Actually however
rifle and the half or the 3"itata
BUS and Lankford of sniper abolition of Federal laws hamperIng So far thla season growers Imv among \ mem
In pitching duel :\ p i The Second Battalion Is the Inspection of welfare records. 1 sold 13.8B8: era Lei of berries for an the pUttire was taken as Jerome an Airman He-mil, depart'd ibers who rest jnust. StA n ..civil-"" ,"
t' up a Clark CJ I 1 1 0 Presidential Unit Hilly fur (m of l tba Naval Air HI .i rvTfnlilliifc '
holder of the I Memorial to Congress r"c days ucccU-rnluJ traluJng a Never 111 recent iilstorhi .f apresidentdesignate
| \Hazen set 14 down by !\tartln. ('1" 2 4 1 0TUn Although: eatlpiryed; return of $160,101,1)0. l
and Uankford 13. The II ,.. C'.... 0 Citation for outstanding: performance 'merely wt forth the teotimeul of"'YlelU tip to this point in only about Unit, Anacoslla, [I. C At the -ml of the training Jerome been defeated

,fine nipped Hazen thought "JPutrl1.\':'... 3D ,' ,, O't .f 0) I 0) 0 0TOT.H. I of duty in action<< In World I the Legislature on an Isseu, thlr 1 CO percent of what had been will be qualified' for advancement\ In rata In hU organUed! resurvtsrruudron I I at the polls. by Ills home folks.

Including a triple and I ., War II against the enemy at Min one would be provided with teeth j marketed( at this time last year. at NAIVTU, Jacksonville Cm'roll, a banker, hud, waged
bud getting B free "banes.i ." U 1 18 danao, Phllllpine Islands during If two bills Introduced Wednesday. .. that anolhei through his frltmdi. a campaign
i pltrher showed great I I."........ April Mny. and June, 1915. i become law. I It 1 I. predicted which\ fur a time scemod likely to
"311 ( I'r The 124th Infantiy Is command One bill provides thnt the welfaie : bumper crop will matin In
the whole game bring him victory JuJins however
ioughout I )IIII.r. 2n I of two weeks if Uie weather wnrniri MESSAGE FROM SENATOR JOHNS
Bill the bottom of the 7th, Weill'. l'.' 3 1 0 ed. by Co!. Maxwell C. Snyder cif lists be filed\ with clerkx [loll HHcd an untiring champion
)".It haw.. r. 8 II U 1 of the In all of Florida's counties. i up sufflcll1tly.It ( .
Jacksonville and Is a part ; court \
{Bradford boy had reachft I "lIllIn. lIP 4 1 0 0nIlN. TO Ilir.' ( ITI7KNS: OP IUt.ltFOItUSn I'MOIS i'OI'NTIKS: In the person of former President
The other would set county In. that North CaroUna
0 0 2 Division composed up reported
> Jimmy Rowe on an I "", I' ISth Infantry 9. Dilworth Clinks of Montioillo -
and I "'1111..", ., 3 n. 3 2 0 II of Florida and Georgia Guards : welfare advisory committees which had 70 crates out Tuesday \\ Ith the help uf Cud! and, n lot of friend J a grritt/ honor him
|(.ith 2 out In the 7th ... Lt. a 0 0It. the Senate's lean und a
1..001. 'could check all welfare reconls bron Unl'm' Bradford, ) anil. I want
near a perfect game ..... L 0" 0 0 men. I bestowed upon und Counties, master IItrat..glst.Johns .
Shitno bases on balls, I }'I II't'k.( I It 2 0 personally regarding their previously hud been
|nit to bat and reached "..Ile..yrp. t II I I I 0TOTA.S Florida Census eligibility for welfare payments. ] In What Appears cuuntles tor having made thin possible by electing me their recognized by hit colleague" ?
and I '.
2-base error: Senato.
1a 26 2t Boost Several other bills have been Introduced through Uietr designation of him
Jivs. up next nicked Gets In an effort to halt the ', Robbery Attempt My beloved brolher E'prettIarldpy! Johns, hid thin lIam as president pro tomporo of the

for Bradford's only hit, Saturday the team goes to Jacksonville Florida's population was given mushrooming relief program and honor bestmvuci upon him nineteen ycnrs Hgo. and ever lrici 1017 Semite Legislatively he hui
Hazen to 3rd. During Broward Akrldge, local taxiowner ,
for a return game with another official boost this week ,,' to weed out unqualified recipient his death It tinx been one of my ambitions In 1 I.fo to fill the chair been l known fnr hln continuing
i element to Jackson and next Tuesday ] "if welfare aid but none of thihos was attacked Tuesday for what he terms bettertreatment"
Andrew Jackson Bureau revised its preliminary that ho! should have fillet! fight
The Census 1
k>lc home for Bradford'sn.nolfnr,1 ; night about 10 o'clock by an unidentified
the calemlar of either
reached i
to New Smyrna Heach for a the firstannounced for the old folks undertim
report 1 man who he wns carryIng I am a great ncllcvnr In prnyr and thu prayers of my frlendx
with the Barracudas. Thurs and add I house. present welfare system.Henator .
i game 1950: nose-count in his cab The all over the Hliito made It fur Iho clectml Senators
day night P.K.Y. played here because state total. I At present' the State recelvennbout as a passenger [pOHHiula newly Johns wai born In Brad
..AllRP H PObturday their field was not in playIng ed 27,569 to the Florida count now i $21,000000 a year from the attack orcurnd on Klghlh;: / Street to pick me us their President for 1U5.1. for which honor am ford County on February 27, 1005.

3 0 0 II 4 0 IIII shape, but the score was not The final at 2.743,736446 percentgreatt.r Federal Government, or some 60 |I just went tit the railroad crossing most grateful Hut the honor belongs to my people, and I amrrouil Ills father Everett F.. Johns was

II 0'R known at press time stands figure percent of the total administered Akrldge/ reported that the man to bring it to them. sheriff of this county for many
II 1 II I tII than 1, 1910.population : to< Florida welfare recipient" The came up to the cab stand on South. I fully realize the responsibilities that KO with thin high honor yeA rs.
for April the
remainder Is provided by
2 0t Walnut Street and asked for and I each of thnt It 'Tim Senator graduated from
0t Girls' Softball I assure you Is going to weigh heavily upon
II 11 State.
II II I I transportation. He apparently hit my shoulders; and I am asking all of my friends. to assist mIn high school here In 1923: and wa*
0t Schedule Opens I Census Shows Drop I Other welfare reform bills that | Akridge In the head with a blunt administration an outlltl&n.linathllte. / In banket-
I II 1 I I are ponding or are expected to be Instrument and then fled when making my Hueceiis
Farms hull and bftneball.He .
2 0 1 0 Friday Afternoon In U. S.
Introduced at this aeiulon are: the driver's screams threatened tcarousei Humbly yours, started "railroading" soon

24 1 U 8. Something new has been added I A sizable decline In the number Requiring financially responsible I people In the neighborhood/ Charley M. Juhni. after graduating/ from high school

""......... to the school's sports program by of U. S. farms was Indicated in children to care for dependent. I It Is reported that the man wore and has 27 -yearn seniority as a
AU H po A Coach Nina Bishop when she organized i preliminary figures from the 10.10! parents. a wine-colored: shirt, light troiiters flagman and conductor with tile
n 4 4 II II II II 0 1 a girl's softball team and | census of agriculture. ; Placing a celling on the number had blond hair, and weighed about Farm Bureau Gaines Is Winner i Seaboard.

1 1 0 t 0 a arranged a Bchedule for the girls I I The tentative count came It< '! of Illegitimates allowed anyone I 100 pounds.Akrldge I Will Discuss In First Week i He .was elected to the 1032:

2 I J4 I to play 8 games--3 at home- -3 5379043, a drop of at leaHt 280.- 'mother before halting ADC pay I wns taken to Alathun House of Representative from

2 II 8 8 away. 1000 for the first five postwar/ mcnts. County Hospital fur treatment fur Railroad Siding Of Fishing Contest Bradford County, and to the Senate

<: 3 I II 1 It II II Ia The opening game Is Friday ( to- i years and a decline of some hall Providing for the State to recover I i, Injuries and shock. I from the 13th District (Bradford
day) at 3.30: pm. on the Softball a million during the past decade i from a dead man's estate the i I The Bradford. County Farm I.. I\.r.\ Gaines carried off lionnrtIn i and Union Counties) for the seslonn -

26 4 21 & field( against the Palatka girls. I'' amount It spent In welfare grants i Rites Wednesday Bureau will hold a special rroetlngi ; the first week of the Farm of 1017 and 1930. He dropped
The roster Includes a bevy of J'INJ;". CATCH to him while alive. This would he i .Friday Night at 8.00: o'clock In Homo & Auto' Supply's current out then because thn district

good athletes, capable of heavy accomplished by requiring him tn 'For C. W. Wright I the County Courthouie, for thepurpose fNhlfig contest. 1 at tiiut time followed a practice ot

afternoon WInkler hitting and good flplding.plu /give the State a lien on his proper ... I of diwuixlng/ a railroad The Gaines' entry was a IT 'rotating the senutorshlp between

'lntlne.. pitched good ball al- some good, pitching Girls selected ty. Charles W. Wright/ 73. a resident I siding at the Far,'mem Market pound 13 ounce black biiHH. I the two counties, and came back

hlu State Farm team,The bv Coach Bishop are Phyllis of Hal ford for the pant 10 All Interested persons are urged There Is no charge for entering In 1041, serving continuously since
and no runs. Joyce Davis.. Jackie Rotarians Asked years died at his residence Mon to attend that time.
Minted, :5 hits off Wild Strickland. I I the contest, but fishermen' must
for Tanner Mary Frances Hazen, day morning following a long 111ness. register before entering their fish "1 shall bIe forever grateful tc
Rhoden To Advise Groups
'l'rn"1I team. Shirley Carpenter Shirley Show!' ; Work Started the members of the, Senate, one

Jlmmie "Moncrlef Helen BnrrvIdell At 'Career Day'C lie was born Wilkinson County Graham Home Funeral Monday and all, for having elected me their
Durban. Judv Green, Carolyn 1 Georgia on Juno 11, 1878 the! teadi for the 19.M session," Senator

n'lfnr"An H 1'0 Aa Kelley Jane Moody, Jlmmie Cole S. Partln principal of BH3 son of the late George W and The foundation has been laid' For Frank Morgan John declared after the caucus.

t 8 n and Ann Johns and L. H Gibson, assistant principal I. I Lou.seVynn Wright He was p I for Bill Graham's fourbedroomconcreteblock I "It Is an honor which I ahull
3 1 8 0 I The Schedule were guest speakers at the I member of the Baptist Church housu. Frank Morgan 81, a resident or endeavor to deserve through the

4 2 1 II 0:I t 0 April 13': Palatkahere -3:30.:: Rotary Club Wednesday outlining Surviving are his wife. Annie KWright. Mel Sargent of Keystone Is contracting Stark for many years, died lust, fair and Impartial treatment of all

2 3 n I 2" "& I April 18: Palatka- there 330.: plans for Career Day to beheld three daughter Miss the construction of thin Saturday while vlmtlng his son In senators as presiding. officer"
.3:00.: the school on April 20.Members : I Plant City.
II I 23 Alachua here- at Raiford. Mrs. Wll
I II April : ; .Juaie Wright/ and three other new houses to be
2 I II 0 .1. .0o April 27: Maoclenny- here- 330.. of the club, representIng liam Splllane of the State Farm built on the new Camp Blanding! Mr. Morgan was born In GeorgIn ''c of C Drive
II II 0It April 30: Alachua- -.th..re.2:00.: different businesses and Dro I: and Mrs. Estelle Client a of Miami; rnad Immediately east of town, on November 26, 1H6U the nor

0 I l\hy Macclenny: .there3.30: fesslons, were told that they might and three sons, Harold J. Wright. These buildings/ lire all being financed of the late L,. V. and Annie Celgat\ For New Members

II ISTt T be called upon to confer with I I Starke Charles Wright/ Danla, and through the O. I. Inan.I Morgan. He was a member of th< To Start Monday
who Indicated a preference Miami. i Church of Christ and a prominent
KaUorilAH Marine Recruiter! students I| George W. Wright I Negotiations wer completed after
POA A 18 for a certain line of work I Funeral service* were held In the a long wait just before the coming/ farmor The 1951 Membership Drlv* of

2 3 AA A n 1 Here April I Mr Partln stated that Caroer' !! Raiford Methodist Church Wednesday June 30 deadline for that type Surviving are three daughters the Starke Chamber of Commerce

2 0 2 8 Information on Day Is "something new" and Is beIng afternoon at 2 o'clock with loan Graham said. Mrs. Wesley Norman Green Cove will be Inaugurated Monday mornIng -

1 A 1 2A 1 e I .t.With_ i_>_.complete* v-Airtiiatlnns_.. oertalning t< sponsored In an effort to help I Rev William Cofleld officiating Bill McRae Buddy Bishop, and Springs Mrs. Jewel Jensen Palmetto at 8 o'clock when a kick-off
,. :X I A TA 1 Itne iBicai. icn"i of both"-men- r- and worn-- Standing guard over one of tn guide graduates Into t congenial Interment wan In Snpp Cemetery.Raiford. W H. Hart are the other future and Mrs. Charlotte Ilelcher breakfast will be held In the Gui

,,' 1 ftA 0 enlistment Marines Master finest strings of black bags seen In and profitable line of work. I with DeWltt C Jones Ir new ham a owners on the new New York City, five mint, Otla don Grill.

S 0 1 A I eI en In the U.Thomas S. will visit th. these parts in many a day three li I i charge of arrangements.I Blanding Road.Wilbur Harmon, and Ferrcll Morgan all Directors and workers of the

"IT" Sgt. Ray from 3 untl Winton Parrlch who. with Permit Issued t of Palmetto Clyd of Plant City Chamber will meet at that time
1 0 11 I Starke Post Office ... companions, landed the four big and Couselma Morgan of Green
with O. L. Llnsin drive chairman
,, Apni I Red Cross Fund Griff
6 Wednesday small ones shown For Thomas Home
p. m. fellows and seven Cove Springs; two brothers, L. If who will outline plans for the
1) afternoon In Falatka.ns. .I Thomas explained that age rqulrements above weighing a total of 47'i Still Under Quota On Police Force Morgan Starke. and Orrln Morgan campaign and assign districts.
stalvrdiffer recently[
displayed a well and dependency pound. A permit was Issued Ruskin; two sisters, Mrs. J I
team with pitching and for male enlistments In blggeit of the bass tipped;! : for the building/ of a residence Bradford county's Red Cross Wilbur Crlffis a former resident A SaJiser State Farm and loll'sOllv..r Goal for. the year la 200 memberships. I
,: and tn< The valued at 110 000 to A. J. Thomas with I The minimum membership
Jtstandtngr. won 7-2. regular Marines the next drive Is still progressing Starke
the scales at IK/4 pounds I of Starke who recently returned Underbill
fee Is 1S
i Is collected 7 hits but I. Reserve. Other than the 1 Jr., to be built on Lafayette to April 10 | per member although
Marine Corps and one at $194069 In account up
h. at 101., one at 8 3--&. here to !live. Is a new member of Fun ral services were held Mon business houses take
bunch them together to of service however total J, Lloyd Farber has obtained aremodrllnl' treasurer Lillian Stump announced may
the period small ones the night police fore*. He assumed o'clock In the
8 1-1. The seven \ / day afternoon at 2 out as
'illy difference many memberships ai they
Donald Bennett bat- there Is no valued at I
that permit Tul .
day.I .
explained 3-4 his duties on April 1 Starke Church of Christ with Rev
ed 8 desire.Business.
tot: 2 singles to lead the two components."Both $300. for his house on S Adams St
the contributorswere
In Winton wer Among the latest to Stark Jones officiating. Interment
I Prior to returlng Victor
Palatka Accompanying men are urged to have
hit 9 times that said
,I"I a home run and 2 doubles., men and women Par. Dick Thomas. Mitchell Brown, sndI A remodeling permit was also I Dr R. P. Stubbing $10;; Grtffls lived In Daytona when was In the family plot in thlr membership checks written

I-; t >r Bradford were Wink- Thomas, "are transferred to Men I John Brown. They said the j Issued to Anthony Cermenaro for Richard Morse. '10; and Charley he was a member of the force for I Conner Cemetery with DeWItt C out and waiting when the solicitor
'by and Hazen. Gllsson"tthews 1'1. I.land S. C for recruiting( 1 caught the fish 'In "a local lak" his place on Thompson Kt Value of Powell, 13: bringing the total account four j'oars. Jones in charge of arrangements call.
eight weeks training : this work has not been set. to U96 139.
w're batteries for receiving six." I using Jitter bug*.
while women receive


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r APRj4.J. 9 :5:> 1 nRAOf"ORO COUNTY TELEORAPIt ST\RKE, FLORIO.\ -- I-- FRinty ,put't'

-- Better Brown pointing the finger of con- publish it. forces were present. namely, IIu- shame r,
" and that In turn mean growth in every direction. fidence at me Sunday!) Yes, I Miller Johns Is still selling to. lan' Herndon and J C. Johns. down as n '
: t' Bradford County TelegraDh roads better school, better opportunities In every way are\ got out of It; I calmly said "How mato, collard and hot pepper Gertie Fairtloth has been on the nice IItllttlnlshell 11
possible in the near future. many of you girls and boys sing?" plants. Seems as that plant bed is sick list for several days. J, L a' t
Of tour.-'e, growing pains are inevitable but we think that r asked them If they'd come up to like the asphalt Lake of Trinidad, Strickland has had a light attackof ii n 1"
L MATTHEWS. OWNIR-IOITO: : trouble And in the meantime, the flu, now his wife Bessie, take intro.
ESTABLISHED 879 E. the result will be worth the the front and lead some of their dig up the asphalt and more comer
welcome to the folks who have made Florida their new home. school songs; I wanted to know upKeep pulling plants out and Is ts king.a severe cold. and atti'ii."
We hope you like living here as much as do the older in- what they sang. Then we called on I more plants still there Mr. Strickland announces that only wavchurch
weeks' revival) here u
he will a
Entered w ,
Published Every Friday habitants. the men to sing a verse of one vfthl'lr Stork Shower t
at residence, beginning April this ohm.
Matter at the Tout at Starke, Fla. selections (you bet) and the Friends of Emma Lou Tomlinson n'; lc
Class 15. All are invited to attend. Sept 30 ,, ,
WEEK ladies would sing one and then the met with ''her Saturday night al qe
NATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL There will be services at the
you can at' ,
-MEMBER (3)) 1951 school children. Then for that one her home and enjoyed a stork 29. We b hC
( Padgett church April planto with us am'
The week of April 0 to 15 Is National Non-Sectarian Sun- spl'ech--I told them I never made shower. Several games and contests have all day services and dinner Often \\; rur tt
Subscription 91.SO Annually For Six Months day School Week. speeches at the beginning of school .were enjoyed. In an automobile on the ground. It is really a terostedn ,
For" the past:' generation the United States has been under I always liked for the trustees contest the two "whiz kld kII
of world We have had depressions and parents to speak for the chil- Mary L. Andrews and Lou John
the shadow and effects wars. J
VEKO BEACH A TOWN WITH OOMPH: and false:' prosperity:' caused by war. -\Ve have been so dren had months to hear me. The tied for prize. It was decided tc IIALVAREZ'I STORE Estahlishll
parents and trustees spoke and t draw straws for the prize and Lou I
material matters that of us have forgottenthe
highways are wonderful" things when you're trying busy:' with many dinner soon came. was the lucky gal. Then In another q.
Express and of us would want simpler things that make life really worthwhile.How ol contest of words i
to Vet! somewhere in a hurry, none They enjoyed the opening day Jumbled
back the process! of modern four-lane supqrduperhartfroa many families!'! dress!' up on Sunday morning and go school and so did I. We were all Lou won the prize.
K' but did you ever stop to think how many winter to church and Sunday School as was the custom in less the best of friends throughout the The hostesses, Gertrude Kelley
and summer: visitors, too. miss some mighty delightful spots strenuous days? Children are losing something by being term of school. I was invited back and Beula Mae Moody served de- e.rFrom, where I sit....Do? Joe }I
along the way in their all-fired haste to get to Mee-ammy? out of touch with some religious activity. Going to Sunday 3 or" years and still love to go licious sandwiches and mixed soft s
Take Vero Beach for instance. School gives a child an intangible character foundation to back there to visit. I always feel drinks, after the honoree openedher

The present route of U. S. 1 plows through the outskirtsof tie to in later life. grateful for having lost that many useful gifts. Buzz And
that beautiful little city, and many unsuspecting! tourists i Six years ago a group of public spirited citizens of all speech and thinking to call upon The out of "town" guests were The 0
hint of the delightful business and residential faiths established in the United States a National Non-Sec the children. That lesson I learned the two Mrs Mengn of Hamptonand .
never a
{ district get lying within a stone' throw to their right, nor of tarian Sunday School Week. that day has been very helpful tc their mother-in-law of Ohio Off-Key Baritone!! a

1. the excellent beaches and seaside hotel accommodations to I It is asking little of parents to devote an hour or so each me since. Mrs. Johnny K. Douglas and Mrs Reverend Lester of the church doesn't I '
If you can sing-go to the con- Charley Cowen, Starke, go < that d
their left. week to see that their children have an opportunity to attend vention-If you can't stay away! out on Hillsboro Road coaches. his he's so tone-deaf' f
In a way, that's mighty unfortunate for the tourist. He :some' Sunday School. An important time to begin is now. I thought I was doing unusuallywell Young Peoples' Choir late Thursa tune in a bucket heca! ((!

misses some of Florida's loveliest attractions simply by yield- selves more. to "harmonize" with a note 01 day afternoons-after high school From where
!, ing to the all-American passion for speed and getting there Hut whatever the reasons Florida is growing by .)eaps two out of each song till Raymond LONG BRANCH basketball practice i I lets out. that Buzz didn't, Int..I.'.;.|
the 'mostest" time left in which to and bounds. And more people generally means more capital Icouldn't
have then
"fustest" so he will flabbergasted me so-- By Sirs. J. L. StricklandThe Buzz Ellis/ pastures cows next mon with those I
do nothing after he gets there. much slower pace here and folks do not have as much money even read the words much to that church. Around /5 o'clock doesn't divide follu linl I

And it isn't only the tourist who's the loser in this great perhaps, but they live more leisurely and seem to enjoy them-= less pick up a tune revival at the they used to make a lot of racket he's. "with" or 'aum."b|

. game of speed-and-more speed. We native Floridians are Phyla Turner must be feeling church closed Saturday Highland night about wanting to go home. That tics, your personal.. PIt!
just as guilty, and most of us are woefully ignorant when it "again" him), A way back In 1927 good here lately. She's uh fishing April 7, with 24 additions to the made it kind of rough on the choir. the fact that yoU like,]
!r< comes to being aware of attractions offered in other sections The Life And TimesOf when I first began teaching and nearly every day. Those fish are 'church, 20 for Baptism, 3 by letter. When Buzz learned what was glass of beermean M I

I of our great state. New River Folks learning, I taught my first schoolIn going to get wise to her racket( Nineteen of these were Baptised going on ho salt to Reverend Lesway to Hut lie',.If>
The Florida Press Association had the good fortune to be Jt-HHle Lee La/enby or near the Suwannee River 1 and Sunday afternoon at Crosley'sLake ter: "I never yet heard of a cow to et-erytiudy!
Uy stop biting. wondering
of swamp in Suwannee County. It Winfred Wilkinson was present could key. So, I'll just
invited to Vero Beach for its spring convention/ and many I It she's using that highly advertised that moo on
was the 8th grade, one teacher at the Baptism, he "
although little earlier. ..
'em in
and women who, theoretically should move a Q r!
these men Doodle oil ,
newspaper Frank L. Tomllaon and wife with modernism non existing. Oh or Hadacol on her looked rather pale and weak he '(<
know something about everything, were seeing this capital Emma Lou are trying to give the how thrilled I was! I was sure of bait. Wish she'd tell us. She's really stood with the congregation This started me to thinking. Buzz 01. ,
city of Indian River County through leisurely eyes for the Gi'o. Anderson some friendly tom 2 things: ((1)) was making: a good rakln' 'em in and if we can extract through the services. Also two of
first,time. To say they: were amazed and subsequently. charmed pntltlon In the hog bUll ness. While Impression-especially! the first! the secret from her, we'll bur boys who are in the armed Cop)right,1951, United i'/nl lit, I
by what they !saw is putting it mildly Frank L. went fishing; one day day with a good speech to the
Here was a spotlessly clean and modern city with all the last week, Emma Lou was presiding children and their sympathetic ant1
advantages of the more highly publicized tourist centers, but nurse (In absence of a doctor) most understanding parents and
with an additional charm which can come only with the per-' ,dining the arrival of 13 pigs. trustees. ((2)) was to graduate that
sonal touch-the interest! shown in the visitor: by the people Emma Lou said she was worried I bunch of "younguns" that very
of a community which is still small enough to care whether about thin young Duroc gilt, sinceIt term! (I was definitely sure of the LOVETT'STARKE
I you come to see them or not. was her first time to bring pigs. 2 objectives had the confidence
Well, much concern was shown alright-but, Lawscy me, as the
''i The and shown side of
newspaper men women were a over her condition and welfare foi years dragged pn and more am
Vero Beach that they had never taken time out to know and
'several days so the young sow more ;water flowed over the dam-
appreciate before; the lovely seaside hotels and motor courtsone was not too lonesome much of! how that first year's confidence
of them, the Driftwood, perhaps the most unique establishment :' I the time Frank, or Emma one waned Into that "golly, I wonder If !
'J of its kind in the country; excellent golf courses, I; ,stayed a good bit of the time with I can feeling") Anyway; that long FLORIDA --- Prices Good Through SAT. APRIL l H

,. offering all that could\ be desired:' by devotees of that sport;j ]her, Then Frank couldn't resist looked-for day arrived after n ,- ,
the well-known and justly famous McKee Jungle Gardens I a fishing trip knowing well sleepless night which preceded It! - -- -. -- -- --- .-. -
with its exotic display of rare orchid.and other tropical enough thot Emma Lou would The kids came, the parents were -

wonders; Dodgertown, the city within a city, where the i I watch the expectant Duroc there and those solemn old trustee BACK
g Brooklyn Dodgers train ; and countless other attractions. mother She did! Stayed In were-all out- at the appropriatehour B k- SODA AGAIN
"l1 What is true of delightful Vero Beach is true of many the pen, with "Red Susie" till the I cleared. my throat anc a log
other towns up and down the Florida East Coast-Titusville, 1 last of her 13--21b pigs were born! braced up for this one time of my WHILE 77 LAS
Cocoa Melbourne and others. One seemed a wee bit smaller than life! Well, the speech! It was goneI
the rest. Emma was afraid the now looked
hurriedly through every
Why not resolve right now. the next time you make a
would mash some of them so she book and box of letters I had and'
trip that way, to take time out to look around these lovely
put them into a basket and took still no speech! As my temperature KIM
localities. Perhaps you'll find a vacationland never FREY BENTOS
you them away from their mother. 'rose and my nerves tightened 1
dreamed about-a Shansrri La that fills your heart's desire When Frank L. came home he thought right quickly about get I
even more than the destination:' you had in mind when you took them to their mother to nurse ting the crowd to "let their hair
, started out for a change of atmosphere.! At least, you'll be and then took them off again. For 'down" by singing. Singing! yes :i
hiEtrnitig I something more of Florida and how can-we. expect ,>everi4' days, he lets' the young I singing! The first;, long..hit my MILK Corned
to sell others on our state Unless we know its charms ourselves mother tee her Children only at feeble brain was "America"1 dnd )
? "vitamin time" and then took them I was-facing the whole communityno
I Ir off and kept them warm. Now the speech! no song no time! 1 Beet
LIVE SLOWER-LAST LONGERThe I little family are all together en didn't actually know the word tc
joying the cool weather in a (ton the first verse let alone tho tune!
,:, .. latest:' figures released! by the Census Bureau show of) grass bed under a good (And to think that Raymond!

that during the ten year period from 19 10 l to 1950: Florida has shelter. 3 TALL 25 c 2 6 t
had a population increase of 41.6 percent a truly phenominal Minnie Johns and children spent m l"I... CANS
Sunday with her mother Mrs. N.
rate of growth. And while abstract figures mean very Let Us Thoroughly CANS
{ little to us all, it is easy to figure; out that these statistics A. Conner' at Midway. Mrs. Conner

i r show that for every ten people living in the State in 1910, had said a family reunion and Minnie Wash Your Clothes
all the for
family was present
there about\ 15.
; ,' The are reasons for this great: increase are not hard to find. the Anita first Moody time III and years.sister Edith 9 round.For PEPSI COLA CTN.Plus 19c O.1 CANSTOKELY'SFRUIT:

More and more folks all over the country are attracted to Waters of Lakeland were visiting< 40c! DepositNO.
Florida by the numerous advantages it offers. Anita's husband Vernelle Moody COCKTAIL 2

Lots of people come here to live, we believe because of and mother FronJe Moody FREE Bleach If Desired! ,
; the mild year 'round climate which is ideal for living out of this weekend. Vernelle visited them Temple Ave. Stark 2'/i' CAN' '" -
doors most of the time. Many must get their fill of snow last weekend. ARGOPEACHES 3 LH. CTN. JEWELSHORTENING
and ice and sleet and frigid weather and come to Florida in Pledge R. Johns says his tobacco .
the winter for a rest and discover' that it i ilf not a vacation Is really good. There are severa' 25c
land only, but an ideal place to live. rows without a single missing 7
We Will .
place and several with not over
Some folks pull up stakes elsewhere and come to Florida
because they are tired of the one miss He has already given It ,
I never ending struggle to make Dry Your Clothes NO.2
2 CAN DOLECrushed
plowlngs. lie estimates a W/'a
more and more money so that they can buy more and more '
and just about kill themselves in the process. Living is at a good stand. For 20c
i See Lou Johns struttln' around BLEACH

I -- ." :. -" _.,: ..., ..4 -IiIJI! with .a It surely pretty looks new good permanentwave. la New Automatic Driers! 2 FOil 25c Pineapple 2 2Ic

PHONE 218 Evelyn Southerland Is recuperating e
from a strep throat. She was '
COLONIALFLORIST In bed moat of last week. : SALE

t If You Have Fannie Crews has sold his place The Washeteria DUZ
I. (the Carl Wynn place at New River LARGE SIZE 27c TREND 2 3
PINE OK CYPRESS ). Guess .we'll all be on the move ,
soon-Where? bite Where? -
The Hansen Trailer Camp has i
Large or Small Tracts almost vacated-just trailers left!
FLOWERS The Leonard Colsona are still BUTTER LAND O'SUNSHINE

We Buy All FOR ALL OCCASIONS setting out flowers fruit trees and Free 1 loo 6f
vegetables. Their garden is certainly
PAY TOP PRICES pretty \ _
M. L. Johns* Jr. and Ervin Andrews :
@ of Gainesville spent thlr '
weekend at their homes. 100
1 WrilerCall{ Are you a good Singer? ILiJJiECEfFIESGOLIIEN !

DISH sLUMBER If you can't singlet me advise j
you to stay away from ainglni,
B. THOMAS FOTTEHYPOTTED Conventions! This la from the l RIPE

CO. PLANTS ed voice madly of experience over to Brooker Sunday I to rush.the SugarWITH I' BANANAS2 LB.25C PICNIC HAMS Lb.
Sing Just to enjoy listening. t< ,
those good singers and Raymond ANY .

P. O. Hox:; 735 Nona St Stark Brown Singing, president Convention of, the got Union upend Co of PHIL COREFRIGERATOR L. S. NO. 1 ZT" pORK CHOPS Center Cut Lb.b

STARKE, FLA. \ all things- pointed to me and Insisted LBS ::
... .... to Mr Ardell that I 3 19C
.. Crosby ONIONS
""IIIiI'Ia", lI:' __F.-': -_" -;:: ', .:: _.: YwrPURE !!! & :!LlIJI.l.-r could -and SPARE
sing- got me to lead a or Philco Range RIBS Meaty[ Lb. .
song! In fact he had the audacity ,
to say I was a "good singer 'causeI GOLDEN
Limited Time ONLY '

SERVICE came ever from I wn Long. exactly Bridge"like. ListenIf the :2 2 WHITE Lb.PQRJLJjVELLb.
) STORE 13C Fancy '
dissatisfied skeletons who were $3 OR $10 CELERY Stalks AC.ON, eCALIF'
PHONE 189 locked up In an old trunk up In ,
an attic, it was at that moment DEPOSITWill
State Roads 100 & 200 SAUSAGE
(One of the skeletons laid to the LARGE Smoked Lb.
STARKE, FLORIDA I other, "Oscar, If we had the grits Hold For You ; SIZE :

we'd get out of here", I was sc .
OPEN A.M.: TILL 10 P.M.: completely over "came" that 1 I See OurS CARROTS 2 FOR 19C : :

". spent the next 10 minutes swallowing -1' E-E-D -
air rocks. Finally I believe

Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car by thoroughly; he chose convinced a very competent Mr. Cros- Washing Machine FROZEN FOODS Dry Salt JOWELS BACON Lb.1k

by the new Silicone processThe new leader and the sing went on according ,
way to lasting: car beauty. $7.50 to schedule I SNOW CUot

o WATERPROOF O Corrosion Resistant This is what I should have told C. H. Nasworthy Orange Juice BROCCOLI \\VEINERS
the crowd (not Raymond! I'll havean Skinless Lb. a
Pure Tires Tubes Batteries ,
entirely different' speech Tot 232 E. Call Starke Fla. .
And Accessories Just that wait promoter and see.when If h I. ever lee him runs! .. 5 cans 99c 2 pkgs. 49c FRYER BACKS Lb. :

for an office lUll be sure to vote .. -' _




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deep pP| dish and bake until lit Slui UK. Florida" thin March 25 .' .." Circuit f........ Hrmlfnrtl ('.....,.. I..",11. P1I1IMnr., I ,'c.k s divorce 1 I rni c, riietody' anil, eon 'voTiru
brown. There will be a light cake 11'! ihI.1AL ...?...., In I knnrrrr.I'uikliv <'n-.. NI < n"i "tii"I>l of th i i'r'i hlldreii Itiudfnrdi I Vullre In In, r.If". II that thetIll.roiKnh
( ; !SEAI.' ) A. J. Thomas, 'I'' liii Plaintiff \.. Ji.hn, (........ Of PiiMlontlon. tnil Nollee, 'In MInly' releainpl MmII I puhlleh thin' I I. nu.IM<.il 'in immilln ".
mixture on top and a lemon curd As Clerk of Mia. Court ,... I UN., \. n.'f,'mlaiit Cane N... Hilt tpprnr "'r\IK OK I"Still I Ii t 'lotli'iiith ((:;-l'i', In; next four, weekly\ \IIMI,.e I. <1<.,r tin. r., rlin.MM fl..ITII', ...r phi' .
[ bl' l'ath. Surely\ Is different. By Myrtle T Pvavrr, Deputy: :CltTk: ..... or "'..hll,'." "" \n.1 Notice. '1'. \. .Mil-tie 3.aiuh'rt. a I.h.,1. \\ itiifi* m\ hand and official Heal Ti\\"in, lit r:<,_l Tintli. 'it i :stiirka.
A .I 'Iluimnii.' .lr., Stark Irlrida..tI'3 .\ |>l>ritr II I' \i'Ilit.. : .. KI..KII> \ '1.,IIfihn di ni'i and ndilrexN IH nknittn, ii nt Stark,. F'lniI, .. tliIn Man..ll J4 Hrnilfoiil, Coiinlv, Kli.i\ ,idii. .md In-
Here Is a secretDon't you tell for" PIT S'.IO' 4t 4:20! i 1 linUt i, .\ who I ..> renldonri-, I I. I Y,,'u alo Tfl)1) ml irod t in tipiuiir, ,,,iiApi '' tends to rvfrlHH .11,1 r" till "us
Don 1 have a lovely Hamilton inikii..mi mil wh..'... mallln n.lili.i.' '' ,'II .in HIM In the aliiiM' nutiii-d' ) I 1'l"li'lAl. SKAI.J' A. J. Thoman. minii- In tinuffl..-.' if i '. rlt of the
wrist I. Clrmlt '.......1. n..f...... fimnlr.I .'I l I. .,iri if Miirtln J tin-k lev. No. Court find muse, wherein' plulntlff An Clerk of old Court ('frrull Court of ltradtl. ,, i '..unt\. .
wall h for him. Just got It 'lorlilm In < huarrrr.Jo : 111..:" ?i'th' Stic.-t.. Tloaftdnlt. L"nc 1 ".",.k* .l i",o'ru." Bradford' (''',","i t\ 11y :M)"l tie '1' Leaver, Deputy Clerk Fli.rKIn
this morning from Sioux City. I .io n Strom. Plaintiff. v.. William 1.'w, : YnrkYou : ....Jrr..h hall pulill.l> thin llldflIn 3130 4t 4'30' C. II. IJIntriinK ...,le i,u n. r StnrUiFIB. .
T. Strom DefendantCncc. a r,' I to next four weekly lanuea.ltni .1 1 10 4t 41 20In
jLura garqess Aohr( traded my old wrist watch in and No SIS! I Apt 11 :i, iv.t;iciiulied m the nliove appear named on \v >nt. my hand and offli'lnl Mini In Hie Ireiilt, .....t or tk. "Nth' .
-- they sent me a 17 Jewel watch. 1am Order. ot ruhllmlna* >nlli<. '!'. i (',,,tlit nnil ratine, wherein plaintiff at Htnrke' lorltln tlila Man-li, 34. .linlli-lnl ( I."..I.. llrnilroril l.'...".y. ('1...*.... (*i...llradfnril Coimtrt
: PONCA NEBR.; -== Appmr !> r ii:: of Ki.oiimi T..I Knits divorce I ate runtody and con- l'5lOFFIClAt. Iliirliln., In t hniieery.l.auiii lorlilni In 4 hnnirrr.Wlllin I
paying for it with my own"' \IMIam T. Strom, whnio re lrt>nc. triil of minor, ,children lirndford "''F1.\T.} A. 3. .Tholllan. I MiTliciie. nlnn. I known an M.. :Jr"y. I'liilnilfr. \ Fannie
ll circus In my new back by two In the afternoon. I gota money from allowances so I am so and ndilrem la: 408! Broadway Pi MI in I v T.'h'gtaph *hall pit I b lish thlOrder IB A. Clerk. of wild Com IPv l.iiuiu Cl idwl"< k SluTlithe, I'lnlnllff. MvKlruy.! Hffomlaiit, I.
I > > "cii-rk
T rioaver, I i nutv No *3 4Ordpfi
Myrtle CIIBI.
,, ,
Street MAcon Georgia,. In next four Weekly Issues 'M. Thi' 1 KalalH: of Thoinan V Mc-
. \\ft and go to church. I navy blue coat long and full happy lie needs it to wear on You are required to appear' nn'' Witness mv hiinil anil. official neat 1 '1'. Frank I.andrum Htnrke. B'lorldnAtO \ '1'iKhii) it,...,..fte'il nnd .loneptilne its n- Ikf lnhllf-ittl \nil Satire. t<* I
b and I think of My dress is gray and rose hat a funerals to be sure he has the April 30. 1!'S1. In the above named at "urk" ,'. Fltirldu thin March 21. .. for 1'lt a"l': 41 4 SO lInt MfTIVlie' Defendant. ,v..mr NI' ,'l'I.t) 0' ."....11111.t To
pray- Order. .. "' 0111.. P MrFOIrov. "*hovi' rimldnn 4la
g Court and cause, Wherein plaintiff 19fitOFFICIAL ( l.uhl..II..Ih': ti %p* '' ; i
lavender and purple. White gloves service on time to the minute HU ., ',. J4O Currli-r street.. Atlanta .. j
corks divorce. nrndfonl County ( "P11AI' ) A .3. thomas In (IreHlt Court. tlrnilfiird (ounlr. p. r lWllllatu
waite of empty navy suede slippers and next funeral I am going to present TeU-icraph shall III.bll..h thIs Order Ax Clerk of saul Court Klwrltlai In ( knnrrrrKdlth i Ryan Knit perxoniil reprenentatlve tleoritlilYoii : \
O > desert pink I It. Ha! In next four weekly. lmua.. Hv Haven Crosby, lleputv, Clerk : .1.. t<.'1\,..., IMaititlff. vs JAITKIN, of the l ISntnto of Thomaa are requIred. to appear on
i scarf. Can't I am not going to wait until Stlrd, IDAlt In the above nnmefl
I' Kino' liroad April
you just see me ? andI Wltneia my hand unit official seal Evan. 1'. Kvnn, A Neal n F.v"e. Jr A. SCRVO L..tualnnt. McTlKhe. Wlroot.: Newark
Lcn respite for had perfume. I had never been Christmas or Father's Day. I AtSiarke. Florida. thin March 55 103 IM\V Rirhanite: l\"lhllntr. Case Nil. 1344: New Jerniiy and. Jonephln H.nIO.tt Court und,' cause wherein' plaintiff I
granted 1951 JaokxonvlUe.,, Florida. Order Of PiiklleKllim "inl Nolle. '1'. McTlKhe, A 1"1, m"nl D-l I, 17(10Webli ( peeks divorce. Bradford<1 County
to church on Easter since I came.I never was so happy In all my born (OFFICIAL, SEAT. A. J. ThomRR'I'' Atty for Pit. 818 4t 4118: 11...... "'r' l'H nV t ." "I> .1.... yn-: .ot. Anbury Park N.wJerney Tvloarraph ahnll imhllch ,this. Order \
will be days. A. Clark of ___ JaiuvM A. Hcavo. who, i> rnaldenc' : In heat four weekly lamina \
11 may look upon your soon here five years. ",... ; :: You 1.1I'h, of vot, are herebynotified Wltnena my hand nnil official seal
By Myrtle ji'. Pnaver, Heputy Clerk In ( .It Conn, nrmlford Cnmmlr and injures.' In: Unknown:
Someone always died and I got All for now and God bless you all. ('line, n. llvmi, 204.05<> tluaranly. Life Ftnrlihii. In ("hn..'....,.. You required to appear on that mil in tint Nat ur., of a at Htarke, Kiorlda' this March. 20th I
LOVE LURA Hhl..... April 80.rel \. In tie above named Hill of ltev law him been filed. In the 1951.
Jew( the surge of soul too busy. Well., I did not sleep any JarkKonvllle for 1'lt. Florida.Attys a30| 4t 4130 William (Oeorit oeffler, Jr. Plain- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ahovu ntyled i'HUM* nnukltinT to net OFFICIAL 8RAT) A. J. Thomas, .
Iff. v !Marie Moves T.oeffler Mefendanf of said
too well that Saturday night. 1kept seeks dlvorca and ruatndv and control anlde.aonttt and I declare null anilold Aa clork Court.
power In (.,Irrult .. Pane :.o. 83SS of minor I rhlld I. '. lltndfold County I \ and of no affect that certainJiulRntent Tly Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk
thinking of Cut.Irnarot f i .t r.frlnrlilni Order (I' Pnhllentlon *.ml. >.eIe. Totpltenr .
search deep my new Easter hat ,, nnd .dene. heretofore entered 8123 4t lia
I >u may In Toleltraph hall pulilliili his urdor -
fl hnnrrrr ...
4o r\ll] or PI OH I It I \ .1.
and If the telephone was going to PINE LEVEL slid lihlno.. ItovlHKl HovlMl, Defendant rlnlntlff. v*. Joae- !II,'.. Maria. Meveii neffler, hone. In\\next i i four mv weekly Imnd I nnd litnueii.llnenii ofCtrlnl. .i'"lnt i : : File on May 24115.l 41
ir ,va quite fire still ring. Ha. Such a beautiful morning 1 Cane No 83411 renlflt'in' aril. addrena ,IN: Tak IMno Stnrko' Florid I. thin :Mauli 28, Comily' 1"liiia I ) r, inThuman frlorlilnl. In I hani-i-rv .
; :
:; : .ihe'i'i ,
Mnrlt' M Now JaiaryYnti I.
n dfcird. AnniL Nolnn. fliilntirf. Hurry
Mr. P McTlgfie wan
II. .
stars shining. I got at five By M. McltaeWo Order Of Puhllnatlon ,,,.1 >llrv 'I'mppmnr 1\95 I. ,' .
&A4 glit up s I' till, up Pl. \ Tel mi* ,loqulrod to appear on .OFFICIAL PICAt. A. J. Thomas, tiff: and Laura .MrTlich'the I I \ J>"- Nolan nfnnilfttit? .N. 9J:;,5lirdrr ..
lie heart's firm em- tip-toed into the bath room and' Ji'Hi'ttlilnr KntlXBl. ivhoHU residence. April :'t. 1M. In the above named A. Clerk of .nl,' e Com tPv fend.int, and you are requlrad; I I,, of I'iII t'mi ttn tmlollrr <
n* I In' '''nI'.hl,. Ul Cruniirueronn, Court and "-a""0. therein, plnintlffnei I I Myrtle. Denver "eputy, Clerk "r\e A "ropy of viillr Alinwer to the \IMirnr H-tin IIK "" ."llll> trem t
shut the door. I bathed powdered
c' 8- had good attendance at Italy 'k_ ,dlMini\ Hrndford County T. Frank I'Hndiuin... eitaike' FlurlilitAltyn within I i nult.I upon Morrlntl I. Wiirner" I Hurry I. Nolan whose r.h''n' la
311 )ur assurance this perfumed and dressed. I went to Church last Sunday with 113 In "- required tu appear on Teli-Kiuph shall puhllnh this OrderIn fur 1-U 1 :10 41 4 I'O 1'1.: | Sold lior' for Pliiihtirr 420 l.ln- Siln'V, N",It hm''n, Iiinilfvari1. Manliaam.lt. -
Schoo'l. API..i'luIr ma.' In ttio ntmve namedrourt iinxt four. weekly. IniiuedWitti .oln lion.I. Miami lleai'h Floridaiintl \ I.IIIIK Inland. N.'''' York
early service, at the Lutheran Sunday and raune, wherein plaintiff -M mv hand and offu-ml, ....1 U.. In-ill Court. llrnilfiird fininlr.liirlitni ft 11.* I h. orltrlnal I thereof with i t You in"r.. ii'iniri'd| to appear' on
into Later Don took meto church .... I Ihei Clerk of the I ')'''ilt. on or 'liefontin. April, Zlril: I'IM.! In the ahoy nnme Ipurt; are spanned our Arley and Benny McRae were seeks ii vot'co. Bradford County nt f si irke. Florida' thin Mirch SI, In t hnneerjrlioiothv .
Teli-Rraph hail. pul lii ll ich this 01 tier inr.iOFPH. l ,iliniilulMon Plnlntlff.i I \*. I aorh Iii, of April 191 I I. ntheru Court and ''nuse. wlii-ri-ln plaintiffn
the Presbyterian Home at 10. dinner guests of Sidney Jackson In next four weekly lenuee.Vltnen ( IAI. IH.: \1.1 A .1. Thoinn, Jamei 1 KdmondHun' Defendant (MM the I alleiratlon! of nnld Illll of ..fka illvorm I tin"ford l OuinlvTHleirraph
voice and I \ .. mv hand "ni offlrlal pealat As Clerk of nnltl Court '11... :No D1irOrder > t'oinplalllt I l I will I I pu taken a. confenned shall puntlim thli OrderIn
hear your Boys started raking the yard In Starhe Sunday.It .
.1)t : ... .. .. ni-xl fimr weekly I I..u '
Stark, Florida thin March IU.l 11'n I ,, I'roaliy, Heputy, ClerkT Of 1..hl..II. \ nil % .1.' 1' Itv 30,11.lltel
Jiand last evening. Today It I Is raining. I was a great time at Pine Love1 l 1VMOKKIC1AI.. Fi.Hik Laniliunt Stark., plorldnAltya tppenr "'r \1'": ....' Klollllll I'mJaiiien at Slnrkii.' Florida. and. wlt- Wltnene. mv hnnd! nnd tofthtal aenl
Mat -h 20th.
H faith that rises love these showers. Our "BEAM' A. J. Thomas fr, rif .T23' 4t 4'l.1In 1 KdnioiidHon. v. hoii.* .ii'iliti'niiIn neHrt ill? hand and official ., ..1 a* at .Stark Klorlrlit, thin
>our April Baptist Church last Friday night AH Clerk of Maid Court Main Mtruiit.: Fnrmlnirdali! .. ,, "I I f.rk| of ci,,101 Court I loin 211th dn< > Thomas.A. .
lawn is getting so pretty and when the young people of Berea HvMvitleT. Heaver, Peputy Clerk I Irrult ('.....t, llniiKord Counlr.llinliliil York .r Mnr.-h, 1111. I FII\t. HKAIi. > A of 3 paid Court.
climb to glimpseland. : Wllllnni' 1). Morgan; on. : I'lurk I : lnllilInit. In < hHneerrXteph You aro retiulred! to n PC' ir ifi,1 1 'lUcl'llctH'HT, UFA I.) Clerk.
nay green. The robins sing of morningand Baptist Church and Johnstown met I J,ii,'k s'n vIlle, FlorlduAttya. n \\H.lilnKt<>n l.nnili. ,i" April. 3A lt',1 In tin ih ,v. IIHII' dCunt A .1.. Th 'm"i Ai Clurk ,if aide lift P.? IlllVl U '. K\t\\ '. 1J"l :UY.flI 14.
hop about on the lawn. Tulipsare for the Youth of Christ meeting. for Plf. 3)40) 4t 4120 I'liilin I ,M', \i Dorothy Allvio L.au and at ." \vhei i in pluintlfr I '111 41 4i9' -
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with --
we part we go up. Life 1 Is good. Mrs Carl Thomas and children

lugn Some people seem surprised and Mabel and Clarence of Rising were

to which we both cannot understand how I can be visiting Mrs. B. M. McRae: Saturday .

DO happy living In a Mortuary. afternoon.

-Mary K. Linton. One girl wrote me she did not like Miss Gwendolyn, McRae was a

_,.i nothing about poetry to hear about people dying. It dinner guest of Miss Dorothy Judd ,

Idi wr feel in our heart made her blue. There Is the secret In llcilbronn section Sunday. the

[ ti 'xpress. So many We must accept life as It comes Miss Bonnie Clark of Rising wat- Getting

I und this I have not If It Is a new baby welcome It. If a dinner guest of Shirley McRae

iiiy years. I lenow that It Ifl death abed a tear hut accept Sunday evening.Mr. .

El I you all by the hand It. No matter>iat happens. It one
and Mrs. Robert Myrick and
1 it has me. On thl has faith In God and that It Is Apart
daughter Kathy ;were dinner
ire very much earth- of his plan In life for you

j tied to one spot. Wee then you can accept what life has guests of Robert's mother Mrs
Susie Myrick at Lake Geneva.
)< a living. and earth- to hand out and make the best of It
Mrs. H. M. McRae and children
Ins' hold us to a certain and be happy. That is a good way :.
and Mrs. J.V.. McRae and boy S
Sunday our Minister for the boys In service to think

J death and the KesurIshiill about things. I used to sing as I attended the Singing at Corinth sA.L/v \
have new bodies scrubbed hands "and knees Baptist Church Sund v afternoon.Mr. 1
on my
I and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas '-
1 have all these llmlta- as a WAC It is all In the attitude )
Brooker and Mr.
and children of
nks. We shall be able you take toward life in general. : .
and Mrs. H. M. McRne were dinner
i other In Heaven to be All criminals think life has given guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. 5'r'I

Aether if that Is what them a raw deal and feel sorry for Lewis Sunday.

Is another life thru Ihemnlvei. instead of bucking up of ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner .
j and on In the and '
Eternity on looking the world eye Staike and Rev. and Mrs. W. K -

)u =No doubt those who saying "I can take Whoopee!" Hall were dinner !guests of Mr. and

|before are just sleep- HELPFUL HINTS: I tried put-,
Mrs. R. R. Crosby at Sunnybl'ookSunjlY.
ting the paint brushes In a plastic ,, ; ,

until Christ's coming bag without cleaning when I wantto Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Thomas and I IS.

JIl'nt us the wink of an use In a few hours. They do not children of Brooker were visiting .1

hut new and wonderful get so dried and hard. Take the Mrs. Thoma 's parents the H. II

fen As Will Rogers onceen back of a shirt to make a nice Lewis Saturday night and Sunday. h--

wonder why we try waist apron. You can bind with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lacomb of

] hang onto this old tape. Lots of wear In one. I tried I Jacksonville and mother, Mrs '

This is wiping the furniture with a damp daughter Elo
the so greedy. ; Eula Carlton and ,

ling ground for the chamois. Did pretty well did not I lie of Water Oak were visiting ,Mr. S t. .., '. t

f wU leant that was the'ol'd" .leave hate <* f1 and Mrs. Robert* Mj rick and the, i ) I I ---
",. However I feel From New Zealand an under H. M. McRae's Sunday afternoon. _::4. -

f as I can get about and taker's wife, Lucy Hope. sends me\ t'unntyFlorida / .
In Ireiilt Conrt. llradford
jfht mind I would like this recipe: Lemon Pudding 1 In C kaneery, S Oj 0 -
jpould live to be a hun- cup sugar 2 tablespoons butter. Alma Herman, Kverhart 1.. Conner Conner Plaintiff nefemlnn v. .

old. Whoopee! Juice and rind of 2 lemons, 2 eggs {'n.e, No. sa1' -
PlihlleBtlon And lIce 1' ,
Order Of -
Unday I went to church 2 cups milk (can use canned and tlipear "tl'tlll: .>!"' KI.OHIHl '!.... ,'

1 a whole new outfit. 1Jin water). Alma Kverhart Conner whonw 1'1'.1-l lJo
run, and. addrenn l b": Unknown:
Saturday. Drove the Cream the sugar and butter add You ere required to appear on I 0 -

(Sioux City. I do not go 4 tablespoons flour then the lemon April Court 30 and 19J1.cause In wherein the above plaintiff namei I '%

'van quite an event. I Juice then the milk and egg yolks Meekn dlvoree. Ilrndford County (- ,

I th: house and did not beaten. Beat egg whites and fold Teleirraph nhall publlnh this. Order
In n.xt four weekly -
'mill 11 o'clock. I was in the mixture. Pour In a greased my hand and official s..al \ -




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1 1951 FIt1U.11', .\I'IULI

: I ,-Miss Rita Baskett Beta Sigma Phi I Rummage Sale I Spaghetti SupperAt I Spaghetti There will be Supper a spaghetti: supper I Alrpark The WMU i w. i M. .'.

Weds Frank Rosser Gives Rushee Tea I Sponsored By UDC St. EdwardsA Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. on the Baptist Chun.;. r: t 1/
For SaturdayA spaghetti Is lawn of the First Christian Church night, April 4, r
delicious supper
1 In Fort Worth, Members of the Beta Sigma Ph i I Set for Saturday evening from parsonage. The supper will be 30 o'clock. Tht I

sorority entertained at a lovely; sale will be held all planned at prepared and served by ed to order r' '
be served sponsored by
Sgt. Frank Rosser wn of the Preferential Tea Sunday afternoon, rummage 8:30: to 8 o'clock to
of Starke day Saturday by members of the Edward's recreation hall the Women's Council of the Louis Thlgpen
:> late Frank Rosser. Sr from four to five-thirty honorlni the St.
and Miss Rita Baskett. daughter U D. C. In the former cafe In the by members of the Altar Society. Church. All the ladles of the discussion Wet I'
the club's rushees. The scene fo; '
Lawson building, near the depot with prizes I Church are Invited to come and tetra Lacy O >
: I of Mr and Mrs E. R. Basket ot this delightful affair was the home e Free bingo games y
Offke"boDe Fort Worth, Texas were married Anyone having rummage to donate will be enjoyed by the guests fol bring a friend with them. presided over i .
: of the club's sponsor, Mr8.V. B '
n8Woman's I Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs.J. '
phone session.
I April 7. at 8 0'- please lowing tho supper
Saturday evening Sewell, on N. Walnut street.A ..
'" ..+ ,I I clock in Calvary Methodist Church R. Wainwright or Mrs. L. A. In charge of arrangements is Wedding Reception -
Fort Worth. The ceremony wall yellow color motif was carried lJa vis. Mrs. Loyrce Hartmann, who will All friends are Invited to the IV Yloeldal rtrpKlt In /Court:h :e H'"'"' '"< '

Club Votes To Sponsor Non-Profit performed by Rev. A. D. Roberts, of out yellow m tho attractive spring flowers arrangement used in!a At the regular monthly meeting have assisting her Mrs. Joe Wallace I reception which will follow the HUB Victor QlaminutPubllvnllun 18. tHumn, r ,' ,I
I church, held Wednesday afternoon of last Mrs. Ogden Bates, Mrs. Rob Beth
of the Merry
pastor of Miss
Corporation For Operation Of Hospital The bride had as her matron ot decorating. The tea tho table home, overlaid for the ocraslon. with- week, Mrs. L A. Davis presidedover bie Shaller, Mrs. Gllhooley, Mrs. L Knight marriage to William S. Colson, Sunday Order Of UH vh I,

honor Mrs, Carline Baskett of Cov the business meeting in the R. Dean, Mrs. Anna Hock, Mrs. April 13. The marriagewill Aporarllo ll a'1'\1'FS; ; I or n.,?.Vlnmniuw |
Mrs. W. R. Morse, ldent of J. Edwards, and Mrs Mores a beautiful cut-work cloth, wtu J. night
pre Texas and other attendant absence of the president, Mrs. Paul Keleher and Mrs. Emery at 8:30 o'clock in and ndilrenn l h 4* '
the Woman's Club of Starke, an Details. of the plan will be re'..i j Ington centered with a graceful arrange R. Kite. The meeting was held at., Cooper. take place and the FliiHhlnir Now V
nounced following the regular leased soon and Mrs. Morse state,d were Miss Martha Galloway meet of yellow Iris. In a silver bowl. Kite with theVoman's Club, reception You are rcmili-, .
: the home of Mrs. J. R. Tickets be obtained for theaupper Mark'spariah ,
may St. Hlh. I'
the May
bridesmaid Sharon Ward, flowery will be held In 1951 In th]
meeting of the organization here that the cooperation of every individual / Ward bear Flanking the centerpiece were silver \ Dies J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. J. E. I from any of the abovementioned Court and cansflAAkrf ,- AI ;'
ring house.
Wednesday afternoon that the club and group In the count;:, girl, and Tommy candelbras' with burning yel- Wilson as cohostesses.Mrs. committeemen. dlvorxiTeleitrnpli "I
has entered the contest sponsoredby will be needed and expected. low tapers. Mrs. Sewell presidedover I 10 at 7:30; 0' shall] n '
ter.! Sgt. Rosscr had as his best mar L. G. Powell had on her day evening, April in n xt four w.\
the Kroger Grocery Co., offer- During the program period a t the silver tea and coffee "Witness' mY hot.
I Pfannkuche. Ushers historical program an episode of Lioness Club NoticeThe 'clock at the Lion's Den. .
Woman's Club R Sgt. Toby service jftarke.; FIorIAI I 111 I |
Ing a prize to the the meeting Wednesday, Mrs for this meeting will I Ap
Norman Perry and Sgt i the Civil 1 War, "The Surrender at Hostesses
completing the most worthwhilecommunity H. Kelly of ]tie 1 r ore, wife of a i were Cpl. The receiving I line I was composed Phillips, Mrs (OFFICIAL. SI3M: .1 u
which I Pauline
Appomantox" regular monthly dinner. be Mrs.
Bill Bugelholl. A fTlv
former commander of Bland I e
project.The Camp of the club's officers, Mrs. Leslie and Mra. Edna .,
.. white satin on April 9. business and meeting of Frances Gottsburg rT.
The bride a program '
club voted Wednesday to Ing, gave an interesting and am using wore Biggs, president? hire RobertBaiksdale Frank Lnndnol, ..
ot experiences encountered .. wedding dress with a fingertipveil The hostesses served tempting the Lioness club will be held Thurs- Wells. ,Attys for Plf.
chose as Its project the sponsorship .account vice president, Mrs. S
of a non-profit corporation I on a world tour enjoys, I of illusion fastened to her 3. Denmark, treasurer, Miss Mary refreshment during the social -- - - - ... I ",,. .--- .

to provide a. community hospital by the Kellys last year. I hair with a satin band and orange Beth Knight, recording secretary, hour.
tor Bradford County.Mr I She stated that contrary tc, 1 blossoms She carried a bouquet and Miss Dorothy Ross, corresponding

!?. R. A. Green was Homed popular bollc-t all foreigners d of' |' of white gladioli on a white Bible secretary. Mrs. Ned Yau- Beta Sigma Phi Want Frcof That Fine, Toods Needn't! Be Expsns-

not try to take advantage of Amer Mrs Rosser graduated from cy Invited the guests to the dinIng
chairman of the planning committee icans abroad, and told of some 'J I high school in Covington, Tex., and room and Mrs. Herbert Green Installs OfficersAt -- Yau Scvc With AP's Tr rtft- 'r* '
;with the following members very pleasant Incidents to illus hits been employed with an InsuranCe assisted In serving. = ': Sec\) HOY :
the bl-monthly meetIng :; '
: Mrs M. R Brown, Mra. R. trate her point. company in Fort Worth. regular '
I I Mrs. Arch Thomas, Jr. rendered of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority /
P. Stubbing, Mlsa Audrey Newman,, Tho speaker was introduced by Sgt. Rosser received his diploma 1' .
Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. II. C. Mrs. Edward Burns, program from BUS after enlisting In the I' delightful Beta Sigma Phi pianoelections Monday evening an installation of )
Rltch, Mm. Junius Smith, Mrs, O. chslrman. I Air Force and Is now stationed at hours( during the appointed officers took place. The club met J:; l-iRn IiOOUSIf
at the home of Mr Mural Gardner i ; I age
Carswell'AFB near Fort Worth a* I II I and bits Jacqueline Moorer. ,
an aircraft sheet metal worker. ( .J'
Coffee Complimenting I Children's Committee Sgt. and Mrs. Rosser are spend And Mr.-Mrs. Class Mra. W. B. Sewell, the club's

Merry Beth KnightAt Hears Mrs. Green ing a few days in Starke and are Elect Officers sponsor, Installed the following you think fooJa sent U bah Mh In guilty" end fur I I U>",
officers Mrs. Moorer ,
: Jacqueline mind when you try AaP'aCamout AIM PiprM
of Interest ,0.'Ueh..R'your
Parish House Give Report visiting different points Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth president; Mrs. Ned Yancy, vice + II...-. ..hri 1. < */", Ow Uilm Am 1'...Food Aw*..r.S .
In this vicinity before returning were r ..
president; tilts Eugene Long, re w AIM Jdf reds.*,BecauM our own food tpOLUIiiUctrtfvltht { ,,..
Mrs. Ruby Johns, Mrs. Lemuel Mrs. R. A. Green, who was one- Monday to Fort Worth.j elected Mr. and Mrs. President 6f I cording secretary; Mrs William 4\ .ingTedtau. lot Ann l'.g.Food,and Kandl.very Hrp d,.pp.,
Colson and Mrs. Edward Wilt were of the Florida delegates to the< the "Mr. and Mrs. Fellowship" of ,Ir lion. undo coniunt Ll+raorr. control hiihm. quilii. M v-
I Scruggs, corresponding secretary,
the Methodist food *'. Sid Only*"4l Stem ,l_
First Church of 2. Ann fig
hostesses Tuesday morning from White House Conference; oii Chll j j Birthday Party and Mrs. LaMarr Curry, treasurer. ? i In.bares ...pomo> Ifo lUmlnalrd.. Siring thin made win
10 to 12 o'clock at a coffee complimenting i dren and Youth, was the speaker Lawson Jtarkc, at the regular monthly : .ilh ro....ud jrout budget braefiu. / whili foul family niopbb
Mills Merry Beth at the April luncheon meeting of For Sonny fellowship aupper held at the : A r

Knight. whom marriage to William Uie Bradford County Children'! I Methodist parsonage on Thursday : OES MeetingA ,
( S. Colaon will be an event of Committee at 12 noon Monday at Sonny Lawson celebrated his evening April 5. Other officers yjy +yr 3'' ;w Ann Page Pure Old F'axhtonr4,

Sunday evening at the Methodist Inn.Those I ninth birthday anniversary with a elected were as follows: regular meeting of Starke '
Avery party In his third grade classroomon Chapter No. 224, Order of the GRAPE JELLY 2 2inn ?
Church. The setting for thin de present to hear Mrs I Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Calnes, Jr. -
Wednesday, April 4. Eastern Star will be held Monday
Mark's ParIsh
lightful affair was St. Green were Dr. A. Y. Covington, Mr and Mrs. Vice president; and
After number of refreshments evening, April 16th, at 8:00
. House. i Mrs. Doris McKnight, Mrs. PaulIne .I a games Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingram-Mr p.m. ,; 0 + ', .\ Page Creamy Smooth 1 UOi,
Pink roses and fernery were ; Torode, Harmon p Morgan, were served by Sonny'imother and Mrs. SecretaryTreasurer.The \
attractively used In decorating the, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Jack Tra. '' Mrs.V.. E. Lawson, assisted P'NUT BUTTER 31Ann
couples enjoyed a welner
I' his teacher, Miss Marilyn
room for the occasion. by CENTRALRESTAURANT
reception wick, Mlns Dorothy Ross, S. E roast .wlUi the following committee .
The serving table, overlaid with a Sparks, Mra. W. R. Morse, Mrs Crosby. In charge: Mrs. W. B. _:"-
centered 1'he young honor guest received Thompson, Page SaladMUSTARD
linen cutwork cloth, was
and Miss
Edward Burns
Mrs. John Torode, Mrs. Art Holli-
with a graceful arrangement of I many nice gifts.LewisAtkinson
of Green Cove Springs.
day, and tetra T. G. Mitchell. t4 .
sweet peas, delphinium and pinkroues. Mimeographed copies of the report :C r w
i Silver compotes and silver !
, on tho activities of the Brad
trays held tempting refreshments ford County Health Department for I Mrs. H. M. Richarde 1 Ann Page Cl'lerYou

: that were served buffet style. I 1030 were distributed and will be Mr. and Mrs C. L. Atkinson of Luncheon Hostess

Receiving the guests at the door ,. discussed at the May meeting. :Brooker announce the marriage of w VINEGAR. Dts. -II

were Miss Knight, Mrs. D. E. Mrs. Green told of plans madeat i their youngest daughter Ilean to Mrs. H. M. Richards of State : know what
Mrs. Lemuel Colaon Mrs. !, Kmery: Reed Lewis, son of Mr. and I ,
Knight, a pre regional conference ir Farm was hostess at a Vanishing % I Introducing! at A & I'
you pay
Edward Wilt and Mrs. Ruby I Jacksonville last week .where It ,Mrs. K. C. Lewis, of Starke. Luncheon Wednesday for the WS- because A St 1* Ann Page Flavorful Cherry I t
Johns. Presiding at the silver i, The couple was married on St.
was decided that Florida would CS building fund for the Methodist
I Another Favorite
A 81' marks ,
coffee service, arranged at one end have two continuing committee! i Patrick's day March 17th by Ceell Church. I price PRESERVES 3n
of the refreshment table, was :Mrs. 'Conner In Folkston, Ga. After Blend of Coffee every Item In the VI
on family living and guidance, She Enjoying Mrs. Rlcharde's hoa-
'I which enjoyed a short wedding Crescent Z
Mattie Gahagan. Assisting In servIng they City More from A to
urged all members of the committee I trip to Silver Springs. pltallty were Mrs. J. H. Rltch, Mrs CURB Ann boos Spaghetti ArC
Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs.

'.' i 1 C.,13roAtn were and Mrs. F. F, Stump. which to attend will be the held regional-In Cainesvill meeting! < I graduating Mrs. Lewis class was of a member J949 at of Bradford the- ,'Smith Titus Mrs Olson Gilbert, Mrs.Newcoroh/and Foster :: Shl ANDDINING '0 F I' E -MACARONI -11

!I; % The honored guest was presented In May,'and to see that thq youth High School, and la now- employed Mrs. E. L. Matthews of Starke .

:with a her piece hostesses.of hap chosen'chinafrom of Bradford County la well epee at Starke Dry Cleaners. and Mrs. D. L. Nix, Mrs. Williamsand ROOM And CHICORY -.._

armed at the meeting. Mrs. Green, Mr. Lewis ix at present employed Mrs. A. M. Rlchardo of State

said that much credit Is due the< at the R. D. Reddish dairy. Farm. SERVICE fainoua .\ 4: I' blend of NewP.rlrans AJ'iAdrFAhd/rkrrAnA./'r0.ly/rkulrr/asu ,b
St. Mark's AuxiliaryMet Home Demonstration Department They are residing at 407 Center tjpo Coffee at the M' ,,

Monday NightThe liberations for its part and in publicizing directives the of de the street. Mari FellowshipThe Breakfast amazing"; low everyday price of I /JSuper- 9ht/' MeatsHEADY

Stt Mark's Auxiliary held White House Conference. Starke MusicaleThe Men's Fellowship of the O He?. Luncheon Tmdv, lulq ,eupv airM" neW err rlr.p deed r
q rdrnvd ,
At the close of her talk, Mrq ,
First Methodist
Monday of
Its regular' monthly meeting Church Starke
evening In the parish house. Green read sites Pledge to Children Starke :Musicale will hold its will have Its regular supper on O Dinner 59 Per

The meeting was opened by the which was adopted as a closIng next meeting Tuesday evening, Monday evening', April 16, at 7 p. found I

Directress, Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, activity by the 4,020 delegates with] April 17, at 7:30: o'clock at the m. In the Methodist educational OPEN 7:00 A. M. DAILY

with devotional followed by the voting privileges who attended the Starke Woman's Club. building. The supper committee in Enjoy These Other TO MAT:

, I Lord's Prayer. Mid-century conference. An interesting program has been charge la. as follows: Carl Johns, Temple Ave. U. S. 301 A & I) COFFEES PICNICS. Ib. 41
Mrs Edward Burns announced Guy B. Williams, Leslie Biggs, W. -
that she would be In charge of the Sewells EntertainFor \ arranged and all members are P. Clifford, Jr. and W W. Calnes Starke Flu.Fri. 1 Lb. Bag

'' Girl Scouts at their next meeting urged to attend. Jr 8 O'CLOCK -
I Visitor
and that a bird walk had been I I 77cBACON
, planned for them. I 1 Lb. BuK I lb. 4
, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell entertained -
In connection with Career Day ,
at a small gettogetherlrrlday Sat. Apr. 13 1.& '' RED CIRCLE 79c
Wed. Thurs
18 19
to be held at the Bradford High evening honoring Mrs >_e Azalf-a Piirn PorkSAUSAGE

A" School on April 20, the Auxiliary : Sewell's slater, Miss Johnnie Bennett DOUBLE FEATUIIE '" DOUBLE FEATURE 1 Lb. U2BOKAR; ;
DA 6
will to have two representatives ,
try of Marianna, who was the A LADY TAKES
of Christian Education,. Mrs. guest of the Sewells last week. a "'FLMADNESS Sic: Azalea

Ann Hunter and James B. Orth, I The Sewells' new apartment lithe I n A CHANCE --'-

present. new county Jail was attractively OF HEART resit Fruits /' FRANKS, lb. 51:
Junes Arthur, John Wayne Sun. Mon.- Tues. .1IiIIS
a The social lelatlona chairman decorated with bowls of sprint ,

hire Edward" Burns, advised that I flowers. Refreshments were servo AND- Apr. 15' 17 IVIth Margaret Lockwt and Vegetables, Pork'ShoiiliU-r; Boneleiu' 4 Ibs 13 01.> .

01 the magazines schools this had month.been taken to ed and buffet dancing.style following games ACROSSTHE WHERE DANGERANIJ t-um-y heel ix-llclous PICNIC'S, Canned, 3j

A survey of church women of'' Enjoying the occasion were Mr, SIERRAS LIVES BUNCO APPLES 2 Ibs. 25c Sugar CuredBACON

',' the St. Mark's Mission will beconducted and Mrs. Hub Huburch and Mr. SQUAD
HolH-rt Mlti'hum. Faith Fniih Sweet YellowCORN. SQUARES. lb. K:
by the Woman's Auxil and Mrs. Archie Crawford of the With lUll Klllott: Kobrrt Sterling & Joan DhonCarttM.n
lacy Questlonnalrs have been State Farm and Mr. and Mrs. Ray JomerJrU" 4 for. 29cFrenti =
printed and .will be given each Mapel, Don Ray Tilley and Drew and H..rla.l News and Cartoon Also. News. -
woman of the Church to see in Reddish of Starke.SubDistrict. -- -- CrlMp ru cal
\ d

what to way her was Church.she can appointed best A visiting be of by service committee the 'I MYFThe Thursday, April 19 ONLY --- Adm. 14c & 48c F'renh CELERY Julry Ige. stlk. lOc + t

Directress- Mrs. II. C. Brown Garfield Evans Sub-dietrlc
e Matinee and ''t+"
Mrs. Edward Burns and tilts hut[ ''ot the Methodist Youth Fellowshij: Night ORANGES Ibs. 33c A

tie Gahagan. I met In the Methodist Educational 1 ?A}

The Woman's' Auxiliaries of the Building In Starke, Monday even Calltornla LarKeCARROTS

Diocese will hold a district meeting Ing, April 0. The annual electloi ON STAGECol / 2 bnch. 19cSelected
...tU..C ,ha..h"'WIdo
April 15 at St. Mark's Church. of officers was held with the following r

. Lunch will be served at noon at elected: 'SQ SizeSweet
Thrifty AtP Teas
the parish house. The registration President-Miss Evelyn Nor 'If. ) biasCowboy '
um Potatoes 3 Ib. 25c
committee will be Mrs. Stanley wood, Waldo; Vlce-Prealdent-- -n-.I..bo..A.P l
Noegel and Mra H. C. Brown. The Miss\ .Pat Sleg, Starke; Secretary 't Teti rd 11M errlp rn rlni4a ...1

Serving committee; Mrs. Al Car -Miss Ann Johns, Starke; Trees. Comics 9talry CubeSTARCH Our Own

lisle, Mrs. Herb Thomas, Mrs O. L urer.-Miss Ann Cressler, Starke: TEA BAGS 48
.. 6cItegular -
Beasley, !biro Mattie Gahagan, Mrs 'Publicity Chairman-Miss Betty

R. J. Davis and' Mrs. Della Hoover I Durban, Lawtey; Worship Chairman 3y'ed' MUSTARD ., BarPALMOL1VE Npolar
After the business meeting the -Miss Phoebe Green, Starke;: 51
Program Chairman, Mrs. Lemuel I Community Service Chairman- 9c TEA, 1.21b. l

Colnoit, gave an interesting Quiz Miss Barbara Mizet, Lake Butler;:
program taken from the magazine 'Recreational Chairman- Paul Rivers Cashmere Bouquet 15cToilet La Choy BeefCHOP

"The Fourth". Keystone Heights; World t I & GRAVY SUEY S&

A dessert' course was served' by Friendship Chairman--Miss Anne w n' '' *"r SoupOCTAGON' -

the hostesses, Mrs. Stanley Noegeland Carter Lawtey; Pianist- --Mis I 7c WESSON OIL, pt. 42
Mrs. Mattle Gahagan. Florence Brown, Starke; Adult

Counselor--Mrs. Nelson Green,, and their \ Large 'kK. Quart 83;

Business Circle Starke _
meeting 1.- 31c
Following the business
' Of WMU MeetsThe Miss Oleeta Green led' the group '_ LoFtUDIN. ..:: BUTTER 33

'In fellowship singing enl refreshments VET lge.I P k Jt.; 31c
BUlllne88Vomen'8 circle of
{ tbe First Baptist Church met Mon- were sewed by the host -RVr"M" &OYS:: 1 Lb. CanSNOWDRIFT _Pard DOG FOOD -_l

t flay night in the educational building ..- church.

Mrs. Kate Sheppard circle 38c Swifts CHOPPED HAM 59'Rf'Knlar

chairman welcomed all members
and visitors present. Mrs. M. L. Legion AuxiliaryThe Son s.' s s BarSweetheart
! you
Lawson gave the devotional. taken monthly meeting of the II SOAP 9c

from 10th Chapter of American Legion Auxiliary Post ComedyMusic! / A & P Food Stort
} W. M. U President [Mlltthew'l StcA Lotugh Blu White FLAKES 9c
r Sparks and Mrs. J, O. tI6, will be held Tuesday, April IT,, : You -

prayer, Mrs. J. o. Gay introductj at 8:00: p.m. at the Legion Home Liketoht ,c reen Till I.f- Swift PREM 51c The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea CT.mtlrt <

j the program topic "YearningYouth'
Rgdi ..,.... I'-'*
A general discussion was W. M. U. To MeetThe HuMs All price Hhnwn here (Including thnx ofItem Coutrmtm Corrl

enjoyed by different Hostesws. members Mrs ot and business meeting I 1. .. ,__, not nubjnct to price celling), are
the group. were program -- 300 East Call St.
guarantee Thunela,. April 12 through
Sara Lawson Mi <. Gloria King, ; u':: the LaptlatVMU will be -
I Wednesday, April 18. STARKE, FLA.
and :,Ir, W a tn '<:r, Then h..: l 1 It; :'I.e: %Ju .llIor.\1 bull.:.in '. I

were 22 members present I I: Tuesday, April 17 at 3:30: o'clock. : l; : ,- .: :. : ..' ._ -. 1 1'A # .# ... ,,, I ___

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,,; .1PItIL n Miller bushes Mrs. J. XV. Kincaid and Mrs O April 10 ittll,. in the, niHivif nammit'oiirt <:;OKFU'IM." 1. M'AT.) A J. Tli i" le.
was (
a ,
plxlnUffu"kx '
. K. W. Witt open George unit n-' 'i wh 'Mtn .
. Mr and Mrs. I .
, Mr ,
and Mrs. I f ild art
" Harley Strong L. P-easley spent the early part or rtriilfi'i'l CininlvTi I- ri I u -
dlln t
Orlando Monday. ? ,
this weekend with Mr. Wltfimother ; visitor in ., r.MiHi' 'I"! i ,i I"[ |pan I t 11 h\
left Monday for Atlanta Ga. where business. li Kiiii'li I -hi,1 I I ii'iMixii' Iho..l..r\ ,
-- the week In Tampa on fly ,
("h.m II. '" '' i.if.1
Mrs. Pate Gas ett. Mr and Mrs T J Griffin and: lit, II* \t\ fl'lllV.. I KII I'MUI'H I Jl salts, ,, I
I ,
they will make their home. Mrs. James A. Griffin of Cam; \\illiixi,t, nit, hi nil. and "(fl, \Illl ."nl I l.lillC Jlu'I I. nut. F. )nAll ,,
Hardee of Fernandit Mrs Carrie Ritch had as theli .' .t..l"r .1 4' < .0
Mrs. J. R. Mill ill <".I %
Rev L CJ Ray and son. Larry Blandlng had as her luncheoifiueita t' awl I. I.I 1 I ?I I I till
ia&ti5 of Mr. and Mrs. N, Sunday guests' Miss Emmy Heibergii I II
and daughter. Diana and Janet was guest 1. Thursday/ of last week Mrx - --------
A. Davis from Wednesday to Fri< I and lfrs."ntnn Cartel -
of Lak.0'.1. last -
'" were guests T. L. Wall Mrs Alex l.iinntK urn'
Saturday nt the home of Mrs.. J. W. day of last week.B. of Jacksonville I Mrs Bernard Sikrs of JacksonvilleMrs.

IM White They were relurlnR home S. Datisby of Orlando was Lt Col. and Mrs. E. D. White Carrie Rltrh left WetlneH,

----- I from Jacksonville after attending the Friday night guest of hti of Griffin, Ga. spent a few day I day for Miami to spend a ft-v Marlin Factory ServiceWATCH
the funeral of their aunt. Miss brother R. O. Dansby. and family this week with- Mrs. \\'. F. Godwin days with her son and family tin!'
Welsh of Friends of Dr. M. B. Herlong Lillian Allbritton. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Oakes ol and Mrs. W J. Chandler. N. T. Rltches.

,.j Mrs Oren their son-In-law will regret to hear he Is seriously I B. J. Dowling1, Sr. returned Nashville, Tenn. will arrive her Mrs. H. E. Tucker Mr. Ads Mr. and Mrs J. E. Hardy am 1
I\, x 1 lSlt-: and Mrs. M. ill in St. Vincent's hospital follow home Saturday evening from this weekend to spend two week Alexander and Miss Wilma Alexander '1 dauRhtt'ra. Janet and. Jane wen G

.tghlr. Mr. on Sunday ing an emergency appendectomy Riverside Hospital where he had with their son and duughter-ln visited Mrs. M. L. Maynar.1 visiting relatives In Calnvsvllli
,,m and entertained family at a last Saturday. He had been under been hospitalized with asthma fora law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oakes and Mrs. C. O. Dupuis in Alachua Sunday 12fi Court SI t. Starke, Fla.

uvson her blrth- observation In the hospital since week. Miss Mary Sue Epperson had ai i Sunday. : Mrs Edward Wilt of Detroit

nner celebrating guest Mr. Tuesday of last week Lt. and Mrs.V. B. Boyd visited her guest last weekend Mlsi, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jackson i Mich. Is spending several week! .

f, n..d as her and son, Billy. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pekie of I Mrs. Boyd's parents Mr. and Mrs Mattilane Perdue of JacksonvilleMr. \ and family of Jacksonville open with her parents Dr. and Mrs. ,

pockstader Chicago, Ill. are guests of their W, H. Nollman, Monday evening and Mrs. R, O. Dansby and the weekend with Mr. Jackson Lemuel Colson.
;tell Sewell and Mrs. M. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and while enroute to Lt. Boyd's ship family visited Mrs. A. L. Carr Ir mother Mrs. Carl Jackson. Mrs. "Bobble" Mapel and Mrs

,J and daughter, Barbara Johnnie Mrs. George Kaufmann and family, docked at San Francisco Calif. Jacksonville Sunday Merrill McMillan has accepted "Dolly" Sullivan spent '\'l'dl1lscJay I l
; Stiirke and Miss Kor prints you Mill tip proud to Naval Uase. The Boyds had been Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John an a position on the H-Bomb project afternoon in Jacksonville i II

'of Mnrlanna, were business of show your friend. Bring us jour in St. Petersburg Fla on business guests this ;week of their son-in with E. I. DuPont in Augusta, Ga Mrs. M, C. )Ford Jr. spent from ,
,Inesvllle Thursday films. for developing and print Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mapel celebrated law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs visiting I
to leave here withli; Monday through Thursday
I expects
r ing. Hollywood Photo and Jewelry their wedding annlver> I Jack Stdman In St. Petersburg.Mr. two weeks. Mrs. McMillan who II friends In Sumter S. C. I -- Dedicated To Community, Service 1 1I \
Marlneland and and Mrs. R. A. Colson "p'nt Motlm Are Uriu-r Thin Ever"Saturday
April 1 by visiting I the Florida Inv
i St. Augustine Sunday in Jacksonville visiting. Mr employed with In rlrrult Cmirl. llrniir.ril. ,'....nth>. I
i I provement' Commission at Camp "'...rlilni .In 1hn.ucca. I 15. Ifi
Mixon and family Sun, Mon.pr.
K. Johns and Mrs and Mrs R. W .
Charley .
her H M..I. rininiirr rIta
Hlandmg. will Join II I (ONLY'I] '
I April -
W. B. Mimdy Jr. spent the early Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Molander of Mm, alrl.. d. Uff.. ml.mlOrdrr I .ne"......
I I part of the week In Tallahassee Hawthorne were Sunday guests oMr. In Augusta the first Earl of May.Edwards) 0' I'nlilliMtllon tnil t'.'"''....N:.:tI.'t..1. r "Ti.-. \I'm( ': KE.MTUE I. \GREGORY' PECKr"
Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternberg of and Mrs. Edwin' St. John Mr and mr tr\li. ; lllllll\ 'loIt. I
'I O Edward: ., ,.,,.t , !
l visited, Mr and !Mrs. Leo 1 -- i MIL" M U uh M i |I. i"
Slid' Ci <> >'om
Daytona Brach formerly of Stnrke 1 1. Ft. Gold >"K; Mil.I.. IIlll, -N r /sill:I' Pi" ,,d." ,
old friends here TUB. tJimkiT I.lniilfiim ali in Fernandina Thursday and Frl Ml ? I Ml, .II C i.: ,.rKit. I I ) ....
were visiting .
week. | I .1 I I ONLY .
(' day of last Y .VI t I I Hill' l 'IJIIH "
i Hurt Furniture 0.I ,. .
day Seaman Apprentice Mike Pick\ Mrs. I. P. Shepherd returnei Attending the Grand Chaptei ______________.________1iWHEN J? w ''' 1. L}" /. !

erlnK Is home on two wevks, Ivavofrom I I home from St. Vincent's ho ptaWednesday of Kastern Star In Tampa Tuesd'ij !! ,1 I' 'd;. \ THE a ''' ,
week and Is to Saturday of last week were Mrs ,
with the of last Iii ,
his boot training TO ( :
I .
Navy at San Diego Calif. Aftei, getting along as well at can bi J.Mrs H Wlno.Cottrell Mrs., Mrs.Elva Cleo Stewart Hurley' i TOME A\ I ,' } 7fA'LIANT'I :
his visit with his parents, Mr. and expected. k 4 / -
'. and and :Mrs L. D. Green.FREE -
Mrs L. N. Pickering he will reportto Mr. and Mrs. E. Jo Gunter I : I the HiMU'tt"
Jacksonvillewere i I ., :1/.t:; Ali> "Ilruuly tin
Balnbrlc'.ge Md. for : daughter Betty ,
the base In ', i'urtiHin and Latent "e\\s ;
five month's study In MedicoCpl. I weekend !guests of Sgt. and W---i --1"" 1

Morris Williams of Camp tire J. A. Christmas. I I '5 1 Tut'H..Wt'd.-\pr.17,1 1
Atterbury, Ind. was the guest Mrs. J. H. Fields was hostess For Prompt FREE Removalof

Wednesday oCJust! Week of MissEveiyu to the Canasta Club Tuesday even- Demi, Crippled. & Worthless s i i.. She also had as her guest f'
( don't know
Newaome.! You
I Mettle Gahagan. Cattle. Horses!:' :Mules. ""e: + ,. .
Cecil Sewell and Don Kay: Tiileywere Mrs. u'd ""
:;. women-till
I "1' .t....\
W. E. Dowling ..
business visitors In Marianne Mr. and Mrs. & logs I '
Tuesday of last week. They spent' Tuesday and Wednesday In StarkeWE I j. you know them i
132 ERIFo dl 1 1nkEOIVUlE'I
I brought back with them" MrsSewell's Jacksonville where their son 1 1t 1 without
: sister Miss Jolumio: Jimmy underwent a tonnllectomj ALWAYS COME: I men, \
who remained here until in St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs "
Bennett, E-'rl 1 \
Monday. Roy Mathews of Palatka Mrs. Florida Renderers,

'S I Mr. and Mrs. Dt'lwey'arrell I Dowllng's mother stayed with the INC. \ ... I

V Greyhound Fares Remain Amazingly tow %: and sons Dewey Jr. and Phillip I Dowlmg's children Margie Ann 1 .. : i

visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lyon and Billy during their absence. \SII- l L
I Valdosta.. Ga. Sunday. .LOCAb IKAUbUAIIKV M. tfl ;

fine Hmittilrip \\ n)' TrillOlll .. i i .n Mr- and Mrs. L. f': Smith, Ji I 0- It puss lo lie iinmlilrrntin
\\n rI ItlllllllliM.n.i < and son. Larry of Penney Farm AUTO CAFE right inv wt' ore lulKliiK uliiinlMII r:3l!?

."",In, 'I... Kl.ilO 11150'hunpulsK: Ill :1:1.Jo: 'tt'IUII. i spent last Saturday with Mrs'j' TUCK'S | |( coimliliTillii lo jour hank AU.. "Favorite 1111. k" ('''rl'''' I

"... III.TO :l.t..1ll Fort !vnilt. harm xn.r.t :ILaaulndnt : : t; Smith's parents Mr. and Mrs. urc>uiit li.v Inn I tog; I In- right l I / smith \\'".101 NVnnThnrs.

+, Minn.' 10 1.1 Jl.ao: lloilur. (ll>., H.... :aT.io2J : .111.13 r"J Davis. I Hlwny :lot At South City LimitsIhlsKET /InonniHIM 1.4'l IIH help you plan J

u.kti.M, 'li15.00. : -1.110 I.nitciin-lh. Kan. /ft* 4II.HIXI.N.1 "+ I 13 Ft. Gold Sral Congoleum amArmstrong jour proKrnin.GENERfltlWUftflNCE. \ ., Fri. Apr 19. 20 :
Linoleum a' ** RANDOLPH SCOTT
limb K. ,"*-. 1O.KOIllmiirp 111.111 l.rvlnKloii 1 I ft WABMKII Mwotft. *
.. Mil.. 10.10 S1MMI l.onlNt Illi", hr.. i I.MIi 3.13: Hart Furniture CII.I II i BROD CRAWFORD ''I
Monday :"= Pass
Mrs. L. Q. J'owellisleaving SPECIALSCHICKEN
.. = Baton
.urrntiim n. ,It,. lll.An IIfI.tIooI..n..I. Ml-* '.IHI 511Nanren : I Columbia S. C. for i iweek's aI 1Itnby

.. l.n. 11.115/ lll.UI: IIn..... II......... I.It. vt.axI.1.IM: :22: mr fl for visit with her mother Mn,.. $t L:1.: :; I _I..... ........

nnln' (.n. O. iSII. / i.in: / i.ukr. <.hiiiH I.... > HI' .y91rna. I A. H Fripp and her sisters. Mis, 1 1 1 : 1.00 ; \\ants Spinach" ('iirlix. MORGAN NEAl l. COCHRAN' v

1I..n.. I.... ..Ill IInaew/ / Orli'nnn, l.n. 111.Nl) 111.1.1 : I Etta. 1"I'lpplnd Miss Louloe Frlpp HIIHUIP HEn SNAPPEli FINCJEKSWESTEKN ;: .1)0!)I mill: "Alum: .ManH.. "Supermini '... = 1 f fANi ;
l.n. Il.tKt0.1111: of Branford Delicious I > ;') Srrlnl. tistpsy" '
!. ILL sn.-M: : ail.ll.1 Nhrrtrport. Mrs. J. J, Lipscy .75 .U".I11 ( "rtoO n
spent the weekend with her son : 1.00 _
'oI..J r""Af A_h... in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs, BACON WRAPPED SIRLOIN STEAKAll : : '

l wd a'ee I'I'Plot Foster Shl Smith. Basket Specials: Include French Fries Choice of I-n
1u e"a' 7yuli+-( .rtcr. 9w
t X01' Mis! tolls(
Mrs. Eunice Newsome Salad Toast or :
Lola New ome and Miss Sari I

GREYHOUND BUS STATION \Joyner of Atlanta. Ga. are guest. i tEtIii if
this week of the Jesse NewsomeiDr. You've Be Goodto
Starke Fla. t
Temple Avenue Phone 1-I7-J- Dr.. and Mrs.,C. J<:. Hayes of Sandwich'Specials,

i Starke and Dr. Hayes' broth ''and Slaw .43:
'1 I and sister-in-law. Dr. and Mn Hamburger with French Fries -. .' .60

Art __
Harry Hayes of Little Rock. Pastrami on Rye _
,a aI .50
s. the medical meeting Homemade Potato Salad
are attending Roast Reef with ;')
in Hollywood this week with Homemade I'otato Salad
Mrs. Bertha Pearce la spending Roast Baked Ham with Homemade Potato Salad .15 1

I l I / 1 a few days the end of thin wed
with her brother-in-law and alter out illlffOJlt !

I ; Miss, Mr.City.June and Hall Mrs. accompanied O. F. PhillipsLake .lI..r In POlllltaillJri"ks .20 Star (

brother Pvt. Jack Hall, back t to Rich Creamy Milk Shaken

Camp Pickett, Va. last week Cl..rPvt. ]. Malts __ __ .20

Hall's seven-day leave which Brown Cow (Hoot Beer and Ice Cream) .15
with his family. Miss Hal I
Office Supplies enjoyed he spent a sight-seeing trip 1 to I Year after year, CROWN and CROWN EXTRA I

Mrs.Washington Emmett D.Rainey C. and lii also Freeman visited gasolines lead in popularity in Flori..:.. in their

I" Va.Mrs. !, respective fields.
H. B. McLendon of Orlandi
r her parents Nand I ..
stopped by see
Mrs. E. S. Matthews las ARRIVEDAT This continued leadership is due to Standard '
eveninghile enroute 1 tithe
Friday A.D.PI sorority
the Mr.University and Mrs.of Florida.Fred Hazen of I I 1 of quality for their gasolines.: Florida motor

Gainesville visitoia of the were V.Tuesday V. Hazens.Mr. evening. I O ists have learned from experience that they get

children. and spent Mrs. the Martin weekend Land and I li o >0 full value for their gasoline dollar in mileage !

I Tampa as the guests of Mr. and and performance-with each fill of CROWN or

Mrs. Lewis Land. I
You'll Say Perry Newsome underwent a CROWN EXTRA.
operation In the Alachui
"The best-writlntr major

fountain pen "I Hospital Mr. and Wednesday Mrs. L. N. Pickering You can buy with CONFIDENCE= [ at the 1

ever used. and R. C.son.Dunn Mike at visited Jacksonville Mr. and Beach Mrs. n-. A COMPLETE: : : NEW LINE OF' BOXED.; familiar Standard Oil sign ... the sign of dependable Ii J

Sunday.Mr and Mrs. J. B. White wtu I products and exlni service

a farm on highway I *
REPLACEABLEFOR have purchased I YOU NOTES: -49
16 north of Starke have Just DIF" THANK -
ONLY 35cA returned from the Aberd<>en-An. ,

Wide Variety Of Points gus sales at Columbia Mo. wher CORRESPONDENCE: NOTES' .19 to .')HI
TastaiHntfoinr they had four caws In the sale. The DIr I .
To Suit Every
the sale wai
cow and calf In I II
owned top by them and brought $1.075 Selection of MOTHER'S: DAY II I .
The others brought $800, $850 and''I .\ Beautiful I STArlr.P.D!! OIL COMPANYKINIUCKYI

LfaMr $679.Friends Louise Newman I
of Mrs. I
will be happy to hear that she Ii li I .50: to $3.9S'\ : ....,.... .
... Mr SUN
.... now home with her parents. I ;
and Mrs Lester Kite. Mrs. Newman I II
w from a rnajoi : Fisherman I
Is : BAIT for the :

-Q.. ..;; operation In and Gainesville has been In Alachmhospital I zfieNew$1.09 to $1.21- Rods Reel! Lines. s I

sal Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swlndal'' I
Friday who I I. for !
visited Bill Rivers sodtt fountain
in the Veteran's hospital in Lak DON'T FORGET to visit our

....y ..,.\ He WM seriously Injured 111
'" City. PresStrallbf! TJJ Shortcake / -
an automobile accident.Mrs. : ZUC

John Ross Hillyard\ ant" Cream
4 and Robert o' "
t children. Carolyn ,
Enfleld 111. were recent guests o.! I

.; sister!Mrs Hlllyard's, Mr. and lfr'V.brother-in-law. E. Lawson are i I Your. prescription is but a slip of paper with draw directions upon
Mr and Mrs. Ottis Morgan and written on it but your pharmacist wishes i,
were here thtfirst I science! to translate: the !
@ lUluun POINTS family of Ruskin a score of skills and ,
restoring -
of the week to attend thefuneral I of physician into medicines that will aid! in

of Mr. Morgan's father your health. That is why it Is important to select your

ccdte4szooh Frank hrorgan.Mrs. pharmacist: as carefully as you would your physician. ulw
and daugter -
Robert !
I Metzger'sfather
and ,

I *FOR SALE rouHtAiit AT nn Stratford. Irene, are, Conn.visiting for two of relatives Columbia week.In I KOCH'S DRUG STORE ,

Mrs J. B. Drennan of Mr. and Mm.M I Starke, Fla.
S. C. Is the guest DUNCAN AGENT
,l. Bradford County Claude Crowson.Mr. I K. G. ,

Telegraph and Steve Simmons I i
this week InlIaml- 1 I D / PHONE: 83: STARK, FI.A.J.J .
spending U
era mother' Mrs.llB 1
visiting Mr. Simmons I

.1 T. H. WUhelm

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.APR 13 19 i FKID.\yFARMER'S \
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i T. Deader, Deputy Clerk Court and can .
turn and da liy which III* rlty council of the I at Starke Florida, this March 31, Hy Myrtle. for Plf. 4,6, 4t 487| seek dlvoro* ."i, '
ed and we do not have too much: 1 when making a sharp Cltof Htarku will b.. authorised 1961. Ally ford Countv T. '
need have to out and crank. But .. OFFICIAL PHAL' ) A J. Thomas, this Order
moisture In the soil but we you get to .Titrlliut" Hums of money not ( said fnurttly County, In t tBUttft.
of BrnillToril
otli,. WHI! budajefd or plnriitfd to the As Clerk In ( Ireull Court. .
trouble finally traced to n i ,
Dome really warm weather the was I Dcpiitv c.rkNO | .
T Dt-uvi r
rlt\' .iitnM, htulth unit or other Sfvitl<' Florida i In f hnncery.llubln Witness
t my ii
weak cell in Uie battery and now rkul'>n<. h" alth programs.carl .::0 4t .::27I Ilernhkowlti Plaintiff vsiH'ithu at Hfnrko, Fl" ,.i ,

:" DIARY Our field of sweet corn, for ex that that has been corrected Ul Johnn, City Clerk 'runXotli llerslikowlts, Defendant.Case No. 83117Order I (OFFICIAL sty [

ample. Is not growing well at all Is well again., What a wonderful 4'6' 4t V27TiradforA : I ,.o Is h..r..by given In 'that business the Of Puhllemlim' tndi.clie Tot ToApprnr Hv Myrtle TA i I ,
occaslona' the self-starter Is. !\'rarFl undemlirned Is eniravod SI'VIK: OF Kl.OIIIIlt T. Frank Lniidi, ,
Sam McOarvey It la spotty with an Invention of Htnrke vrhoseriwldencc "
I5y name ,
fictitious Hershkowlts
County Florida April 3, under the Mrs. l l"o'rlh/l Atty... for iifI
stalk doing well but other around fuUdem Piipplli-s, at Washington ftnd addreHH Is: 560 Atni -
'I'ha uutlior will >be KbMl to re>- that 19MNuTirn NI., Btarke lliodford County. Florida Mire..'. Brooklyn, Now York: .
It seem Blunted and the renult I It: You hear lots of folks say is HEnnnr: OIVTSN tnntniirxunnt I' Intends to register sal.1 fictitious ->-nv- -- I In. t 'Iri-uU t.??? .
'anil, on .
"vl\e Itcmn of Interest c..n..rn.Inr that the field look very bad. We'regoing you live much more cheaply on a to Roi-tlon 8 of ChapterU21 name In the office of Clerk of the / You are required In the to ahov appear. named I ,....10101| I. t I.,,.,,'.,.,V""N' ,, I
Laws of Flr.rl.ln Acts of 1887 County, May 7. Uettla It You
the activities' of farmers) laItriulfortl J circuit Court of Bradford wheroln plaintiff i \
to harrow the corn and see farm and we came here to Florida known as the :MURPHY ACT the Florida. Court and cause, County I. YOUII. Di'fpnili,
County. Muggcittlorm. may If that will help to get It going. follow fnir o>ffrrlhi rl Innd.. I IP nmdforil Carl Johns, sole owner, Starke, Fla. seeks divorce*. llradford this Order Orilrr. ff I..toll'nll.", *
be left at the Telegraph office ormallfil convinced that we could live like County Florida will he offered fe, 4t 427' Tfleittraph shall publish Issues.Witness A pprnr I.N' ] ?,. "'!
I for Kale at publlr outcry fur the In next four weekly I>onRld You": M"'ll"' '
to Sam MrOorvcy Lawty, Will plant Dixie 18 field corn kings If we could take In about highest and heiir clifh hid. ntlbjcrt In ('Irrult Court, llradford Counlr.Florldni my hand and official seal. 20214 Boulevard 'I.
Florida. to the rlRht of the Trustees nf the Ptsrke Florida, this April B 1901.OFFICIAL You am
with Our 10 IA f hancery.Morris at reoul'
this and month.
week Interplant
$100 a expenses A. J. Thomas. May 7
o Internal Improvement Fund to reJeot Bleirel Plaintiff, vs. Minnie ( SiAL) J95I !In "
Dixie runner peanuts.Ve'Ve been far. are quite different as we know anv and all blcln. nt tho Courthouse. Hlea-el Defendant. Case No BHIVSOrder A* clerk of said Court Court nnd ranHoeks "
heR-lnnlna at 10:00 o'clock A. ,.. .tnd Vodre Totnprar 1 Mvrtle T Deaver, Deputv ClerkT divorce
of There's no thrill In the world like told that this la not a good Idea Of PuHII llon nv nnd
When visiting the office that It costs us about $73: a week M, on the' 7 <1nv of May, list. OutMo ...rATH nv Ki.cmm i..i Frank I-andrum I tftarke>! Florida.Atlys. furcl County T.-leiri. ,
starting up a new business and see because the need at leant of I : l 4e| 4t 437| this Order .
T. K. McClane, was peanuts municipalities t easement for Minnie Slefrel whose residence Is: for Plf In n ,
County Agent It grow day by day. one hoeing but we're going to try to run our farm. And that nnd right of wav 200 feet wide 1025 East 187th Street. Bronx, New I County, au ell.
which was will hn reserved from any "orr..1Ihr..u.h In Circuit Court. Bradford Witness
shown a deformed pig luxuries by any Torki my hni '
and what do. We have mean .
see we can any
whlrh there Is In < hunrerr.John
an exlstlnir Klurlilni at Htarkd' l.'li I !
to on rclH
born with only one eye. Not avery The flowers which Jessie Young to raise feed for our hogs or sell : means but food light, gas Iniuiranre .tate.. .....nd. As to all land,* title tonohalf Mnv You 7.are 1851 required In the abrwe appear named Carl Plaintiff vs Case. Marl No. Carl 83A4Ordvil (OFFICIAL, SK.IMy \ '"

pretty sight (don't ask Mrs of Starke gave Alice are all plant them off as feeders. gasoline and oil feed for onA of of other all petroleum minerals. will and threentirthff h.. ..*-. Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeka Defendant, of Publication. .tiiil >..fl.... 'I'o 1 Myrtle T. ijf; I ICharles

Sapp to MOW It to you) but an lntercBtlng 'I I ,.Out_.. nn.t.. four calves. 0 chickens, K..rv..(l All flRDlnniibln material In divorce. Itrrwl/orrl County \ppesr nrflH OF FI.OIIIIIV I'mMrs. n He. I
ed around the Roadstand end one - Telegraph .hn1.IoII.h\ this Order and v
of what happens 16 We know reservedDflccrlpHon. Marie. {Carl whose resldcnca Llf. Uullillnif, i
example Like most farm people we Imagine six hogs and pi gR. In next four weekly Ipsueii.Witness 7 Andrews JU
13ux ,
of the Is In bloom. We TWr rtOIil ACr address Is: Houte 2, Atty.. for Plf. rIn
:when nature goes screwy. Our poppies just as soon as we take In an that it costs us that much because is that It was caused by want to make the stand look ai extra dollar think dozen keep accurate records of every 1314 of NWV ,' lit fltarke. ]Florida this April. t, 1951 You are required to appear on (.'I.,1t, roiirl,
guess I we up a we (OFFICIAL, "SKA I,) A .1 Thomas.As 1851, In the above "am..rIC"urt lini.ir ..
A Lot e of 8KIJ 21 Sfl' Ufo! MAV 7, .... .
folks talk 2rtOTrustees I' 1. !!., |n l.h....... '
some sort of deficiency-perhapi 1 attractive as possible. ways to spend It. Right now we penny spent. So when of thA Tntornul Im- I Clerk of said CourtPv And cause, wherein plaintiff Dorrls rr
ClerkAtlys. Krumholx.' i
Mvrtle T. Denver Deputy Bradford County
Iodine. are thinking about the poNHibllltlcs I about retiring to a farm and living I>n>v.>m<'nt Fund of the 8tat of I. for Plf. 4641427' Telegraph fHi kH divorce shall publish thla Order old Krumholz Dc' '
But berries are as slow as of for on next to nothing they are In Klnrldn, IssuesVltne .
our an Irrigating system the ''In ni.xttour weekly .
Tiy A 1 Thomns Agent, Trustees Order Of ,
Irelilt Bradford County seal ,
In f .un. offlclnl
Our latest batch of pigs belongIng a boy going to cut a switch. The kitchen garden. We would like to for a shock .when they keep records I f. Fund. Florida i In ('hnncery, i \ **, Florida my hnnd this and April 4, 1951. Appear .'I"'I'I H "!"" i.'\'."I II? ..

to Henrietta Is doing quite plants keep getting bigger all the get an overhead system for the of expenses. The answer Is, we believe rrodford Countv. Florence T>. Comber. Plaintiff, vs. at(OFFICIAL Starke SI3AI.!: > A J. Thnmas Mr. Harold Krunr. '"Iuonoe '

well although they have become time and they are putting out a reason that It would bo mighty i that a farmer's. costs have It me| William Joseph Comber. T>rfemlnntCase Am Clork of said Court ClerkT. Street and addreerv IToolc" j' :

sunburned behind the ears and on lot of bloom (Alice says there's one helpful In times of early frosts gone skyhlgh. In I..n.Circuit. In rniirt.I'hnncrrr.Pnlla llrnilford. CoiiMtr: *, Of Puhllrnllon. tntl N No.,.t"l -e SIMOnlen '!'0, Tty. :Frank Mvrtle Lnndrum.T. Deaver.Starke Deputv, Florida You are remili .,

their tails and need oiling. But the size of a silver dollar) but the We even talked about thn Idea of ThomnH Plaintiff vs. MOBOSThomaff tpprnr XTXlrl OF FLOIIIItt Tut Attys. for Plf. 4'G' 4t 4U7 Court May 7.nnd' J951 cause, In ,!ih

problem Is that we have to shut s aw n Is rolling along and we're having a flowing well but "T. K" Came across this little poem recently Defendant. rand 8361Or William In:Joseph 845 Tilth(Comber Street whose, Brooklyn residence In I'Iri-nlt Court llnidford
Henrietta up securely before we afraid that by the time we get berries told us that to Ms knowledge there I and thought it good enough I <
can touch ono of the pigs, or she'll that the weeds will be eating Is not one In the County so we to pass on to our friends: Hr\ll] 0..' lo'I.Olnt> V TnlIVfoHpa You nre required to appear on Doldxteln Ooldxteln, Plaintiff Defendant.Case.. vs.. Bea. .U"". n*
1 7, 1D51 In the above namedCourt trice
really raise a fuss and try to bite up the rows. And then too the guexs that's out. Anyhow as Is Of all the many friends of m'n.1, Unknown Thomaa, whono renltlencd Is': Mav. and cause, wherein plaintiff No. J1H2 Witness mv hand,
Totlipenr at atarke
! you. Someday we hope to have our price Is bound to drop later on usual after talking about all Uie There Is none more faithful than You are required. to nppenr on I seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph Order Of"PuhlU'nllon'r\TK OK Fl.OIIIIlt And Voile*TolMri 19151.
Mav 7. 1161 In th Hhove nAm".1COllrt shall publish this OrderIn .
stock properly fenced find housed things we'd like to do, we detlded the hen. ftnd cauaa, whernln. plnlntlffH next four weeklv IssuesWitness : ". Ileatrlce Oolflsteln whose residence (OFFICIAL SE'AS,) ,.

so that we can keep them where We art out about 3,000 pepper to wait and nee how things turn Of eggs she lays a mighty heap; ..fktt illvorrw. Hraclford, CmintvTolPirrnph my hand and official seal and address York Is: 949 FalllaStreet By Myrtle T.A i.D'It.,
we want them and treat them and they seem to be doing when they're cheap iinll publlnh. thla Order I at t Slnrke, Florida, this April 9. 1951. Bronx. New on T. Frank LnidrumAttys. ..
plants out. Particularly In next four weekly IcfueoWltneis (OFFICIAL PFAI>) A. J. Thomas, Ton are required to appear
when needed. But In the meantime all right. Now have 1,000 tomato When they are not, she likes to my hand and official m>nl As Clerk. of said Court :May 7, 1951 In thn above named for rif.

" these seven pigs are getting big plants and the peppers in this When we first came here and rest, -- -- -. -

, and fat. patch and Intend to fill It out with And just leave feathers in hot
the tractor
got we cut as close tc
a few Valencia peanuts Fordhooka, nest.
our fence as we could without GET MILEAGtin
Had as guests Mrs. Dowllng of ,and Alabama Crowders. Small GREATER

Starko and her visitor Mrs. Ogden. I planllnga of a lot of different knocking down fence posts or tear And there's more truth than

.'!I'' We very much enjoy having visit ,crops will bo our program from Ing out the wire, and thought that j jwe poetry In Uiat I'd say.

ors and hope someday that we will] now on. t were doing the right thing
have which will be In 4 trcult ('"u" nrndforil ConntrKlitrlilni
a place wo
But when wo did we also plowed! In C himirrr.Knmilyn .

'mean prouij an to Interruption show. Of cotirso In our visitors work, week Sot out and a they row of seem eggplant to have last up and a made lot of a soil ridge next along to It.the Result fence Israel. K.lli-yer KuHteln.,: Dpntnln.Defendant.CaBO Plaintiff No. 8315Oriln va. the LONG RBI .: > : ,\ \\rll\(

iX"' but then we are always glad to caught on all right but we decided la that we lowered our fences, so A..o.or. *tl''.III.U..o..n," lll, 01. .%Kl.Olt ml %.i.>tl,Y.*e ToMr '!'... \ ;

take a rest. to give them plenty of fertilizer to speak and In some cases our bra..1 K. Epaieln, who** re..ltlonce l- 6"l .
so we got some dried cow manuere calves and nddrfHN la': care of Kan- '
can almost step over. And .,,1. 1171 Stratford. Avenue Bronx wit h J' ,
Our Roadstand Is doing very from the cow shed and put a trowl- .
I now tho rascals go from field tc New York!
I well In a modest way. We are delighted full around each plant and worked field at will. Just You ara required to appear on
as oou as we
by the number of folks who It In the soil. Which reminds us May 7, 1951 In the abovo nanioilCourt "
can we're going to throw that and cuuso, wherein plaintiff
, really want fresh vegetables and that we have a good size amount of earth from the fences and eeks divorce and restoration of '
already we have had a number who chicken manure In the laying away maiden nnma. and custody and control i
suppose that when we do that our of the minor child. HradfnrdOoiinty GOOoIYE4R .
I back and told un how house which we'll have to out
have come get hogs will learn to root under them Telegraph e hall' publlHh thin ,
. good the English peas or spinach In the kitchen garden. Onl r In next four woi-kly IHHUIS.Witness .
Well live and ."nl
learn and we guruswe rny hand find official
or other things/ tasted. For one are learning but who call at Htarkn, Florida, thin April 4, 1051OFFICIAI. Aj AjWhen
thing the Rondfltand will assure Crows are flying around our ( 8KAF) A. J. Thomas.AM .
chasing calves and hogs all day Clerk of atd! Court
us a market for the things we place now and we suppose they long living) Tly Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputv Clerk TIRES
grow and that has always been our ire scouts which are making a T. Frank T.nnilrum Starke Florida,
number one problem. For Instance survey to see where the best eat Ally" for I'lf. 4J6 4t 4127
Our snap beans are doing very -
\i L* we know that folks like fresh ing will be later on. h. Circuit Cuurt, llrildfurti CoiiafrlorlUiii ...
! English peas and wo can plant poorly. There was only a fair staivJ In ihunverr, it's value that counts, the final answer to tire values
stand to begin with but now some Mary. aiililey Lrf nir, Plaintiff. VH.Prud .
knowing that we will have ready The :weather stays wet and cool
of the plants are very large and it Xjunir. Vet..nd..nt. CUMU: lIIo.! 83MOru how trouble-free miles tire delivers 1o
market for them. And then too nights and things just are not "r. UC ft'ublUmlun Andoll.*. 'iuAppear many a
nice deep green while others have 8 I'.l I'H) OK fcLolill>.V 'lul
Alice enjoys meeting people and growing the way they should at yellow leaves and have a stunted 1 !!'.'Ud Ltoiitft wliuva reaiduuitt la Un- its cost. Get long-mileage Goodyear quality and find out
we are getting a constant stream all, at least not on our place. Most knuwn:

., of folks stopping In each day. of our fields are fairly well drain- with appearance.the next Hope planting.We we. do better May luu 7,ure 1'JSl required In the to abovo appear.numuuCourt on for yourself why more people ride on Goodyear tires than to Remember.give longer,,,

., : and VUUBH, whuieln plaintiff
, .ttuka Uvoice. and rvHtoralton ofmulilen on any other kind.Let's trouble-free mileage
I are asked frequently how numt*. LlrailCurd. CountyToleirrapli
TRANSFER AND muill. publlHh thin Uidvrin. every new
long It takes to land
cut an acre of
R.B.ALVAREZ&SON next four weekly IHHUUH.WltneHtt Goodyear tire deserves '
STORAGE CO. and have not yet been able to give my hand and official Meal.
a suitable answer. Of course it la at Hlarke fc'lorldu, tula April' t, 11)51.UKF1C1AL folk fires..sfop in today a HIM
( MAL) A. J. 'lliomui Goodyear tube.
We operate local obvious that the typo and condition As Clerk of ald Court
;!::, & 1Utnnc of the soil vary so greatly that lly Mytlln T. Liuavwr, Deputy Clerk.
long Curio 10. Harper 204v.. University
anywhere In IT. 8.EXCELLENT you cannot give a pat reply. Guess Avenue Oulntmville Ftollda.Attya. .
the best comparlnon is that it all fur I'lf. 1,0 4t 4127

. ;:. depends on a lot of things, just an fit tlri'Mlt Court-, llrudford SERVICE CENTER STATION

it does In hoeing. l> l..riuii.1 la tImm.tfr)'. .
\.ua..j I I
.-. .-. .-. fc'runuea Jolinnun Halt .. SEEDER GOODMAN:

STORtOnFACILITIES Joy our family milk row, Is dm llullln Hart, DvIenUunl.Order ".'".0- '"' Phone 206 U. S. 301 at South City LimitsAmerica's St.ar.ke.. ..Ia.

to bring a. calf In a little over twc Of l'iil.lltullon .tin;! %.;!'i,."' 'I i:oApitvnr , L" .. ---- .. _
} HI'lIK UK Pl.OIUOt 'lulMr. I .' : : -.h :_ ." ,- .i. .:: :..: : _... ., .. ; :: :::.". r ; : : ".,', .;:.; .' ",.._ _
months and
," .we will have to dry ilolllif Hart whone residence. andaddress
I her up soon' BO as to give the old Is; 1108 William* SHout, -,- -.- -- ----- --- ------ ---

ARents For girl a rest. She Is such a good producer 1'UHCUHTOllla You are required l\I. Inn.1 I to appear on

<: DELCIIEKMHOS. See us first! that we have to dry her May 7, 1U51, la the .abovu numud
herein plaintiff
Court and cause
tip or she would
'i keep right on suuks divorce", and custody ami control
ZT --"'- .. giving milk and not have the prop of. minor child. Itradford CountyTalKitruph
er rest In which to build a fine shall publish thla urdur
" In next fuur weekly lusues.Vllnestt .
, calf. \ my hand and official seal
at Htarke Florida this April 4, 1161
.'1 tUt'KlClAL, HliAI>) A. J. TIniinllH,
Will her calf be a bull or a heifer As Clerk of said Court

ATTENTION ? That la the 364. question and lly Myrtld T. Deaver Deputy Clerk:
T. Frank landrum tttulke, Florida.
as the sire was a wonderful registered Attyn. for rir. M 41 4,27,

Jersey bull (Joy was artificially
and FinestLowPriced
TOBACCO GROWERS Inseminated) we naturally 10.1.11..1N"U..e Largest
of Intentionto
are hoping fervently that she has
apply for local or special legislation
Let Ua Write Your a heifer. But that Is one thing boy6nd at the lost Hesslon of the ;" ..

control of science so.for.. hv ltlslature u/hl.li .MIA of the ell v Htate pounoll of Florida of the ; Car !
City" ;;i-'tll.r-ke: 'will -be authorised ,, .

HAIL INSURANCE After a small yield: of asparagus to expend Minns' of money not otherwise
budK'-ted or plxdtfod fur the
from our patch we have' (topped puipose t><(< udvortlHlnir the ndvantus -
cutting as you have to do that ': *."* anil rll<'lllll..n of iuld ...lty.I .
NOW lie fore You Need It Call Johns City Clerk I .
you might damage the plants I 48| 4t 4.37
What we had this year was most
[ MMKI-!
Every Itranch of dellcloui but not enough and we [ Notice If hereby given of Intention
hope that next year we will haven to apply. for. 1'Mnl or sp"rlull
l 1"1 Kl 1..11111.! m at th 1961 Reunion ofthu
INSURANCEH. much larger yield. TpuN1itiiri,' of the, EUato of FlorU

Read that watermelon do well '

on new land so we're golnor tc POPS I

plant n few hills of strawberry 50 CRISP! SOTAS7V!

C. \WALL AGENCY melons |In the patch where we havt I
our runner plants. GlleRwe'll alno ,

PLEASE PHONE: 116 I plant there miwknuIons ton. and cucumbers I


Enjoyed a visit by Dick and! ,
Service Over 50 Years -I II II
Constant I Edith Ferguson. While here Pick ;

showed u.t how to fertilize our runner II .. ".., ... r -

plants and we're going to tr' I -- ',= -:: _. n. l >/l.lln. Ds lu.s 4.Boor *"-,

it and see how it works. (Conlliwallen/ of Handard tvilpmti", o" ".
I lral'd It cf.pnKj.nl as

Got to get our brooder housecleaned

and out whitewashed thoroughly so disinfected that we- I Yes LARGEST. Yes FINEST.

can get at new laying flock started ,

SUPERIOR Going Hampshire to get Red 200 pullets started.and hope New and the facts speak for themselves and here are the plain-spoken reasons

to have them In production by the

in every necessary detail in a service winter when eggs are scarce. It'* LONGEST In the low-price field a full 19754 Inches of tpirited FISHER BODY QUALITY, renowned for solid and lasting 8*'
action and clean, iweeping Ii"... It's HEAVIEST in the low-price ness. UNITIZED KNEE-ACTION RIDE, smooth and 9ii";
available locally and widely known Katrlnka caused us a lot of

extra work during the week when field, a staunch and solid 3140 pounds in the model Illustrated. VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE ECONOMY, spirited performan* |

for its modest cost, its wholesome the only way we could get her I It has the WIDEST TREAD in the tow-price field, a road-taming lowest cost. PANORAMIC VISIBILITY, with a big curved **'
going was by cranking. That U
courtesy, and always tackful sympa hard work for us and particularly 53% Inches between centers of the rear wheels. Longer heavier, shield and large window area. JUMBO-DRUM BRAKES, big' ?

thy. vexing when the motor stalls WE FIT with wider tread that's the measure of Chevrolet's rock-solid In Chevrolet's field. SAFETY-SIGHT INSTRUMENT PANEL, *

DeW IT T C JONES value big In looks, big In handling and riding ease, big In shielded Instrument lights. POWERGUDE AUTOMATIC T

Phone 7 Starke, Fla. SPECIAL ON Fire Insurance to your road-hugging performance.Why settle for less than a Chevrolet MISSION, billion-mile-proved combined with 105-h.p. valvl"

SLIP COVEUS I personal needs. Call when Chevrolet the lowest priced line In the low-price field. head engine optional on De Luxe models at extra cost.

Funeral Director Ambulance Service SETTEE: $12.50 t

Our local funeral home enables 09 to offer convenience Charley .

services not otherwise available. MADE TO ORDER I Agency
Thin Prlco In'IltI1'8 Labor Only.Itneii !
.. Phone IS STARKE. FLA.intlna .
>ot Int lu
lowest prices and .... h. I CHEVROLET CO
service at .
We furnish the highest type Starke ..... .
accept AN r ":-in: policy: In (nf'*''. !!' .ed by ANT Bedding (t 1.;

company as payment la part or In full on a funeral.Cuusulutlun Company I
., carrle no obligation. Phone 51-W Starke .._ THE TRAVELERS, Hsrlfora FLA. CALL & COURT STR




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I r the McIntosh Cemetery Sunday I G. B. Colsun '"f Brooker and Mr. I week Mr\ and Mm W 0 Engram

Keystone Heights LAWTEY\ BROOKER afternoon Immedlateh following and Mrs. Maude Edwards, Jr.. of had as their visitoit Mrs Ray Mc-
!! funeral services In the Williams, Starke. Entee of New York City who is

J By :\Ir. Sara MeDonaU: 'I I.. II. I'utch lly Carolyn KelleyU ville.Funeral Home chapel in Gaines t (Held over from last week ) vllle.visiting other rolatii m Jackson

t'hurehNoiei Mr. and Mrs. John Crew, and llurdeo
Mr,, and Mrs. George Arwood U .:\ Daisy During the weekend Mr. and
The t.Est will their children Allan and Linda Mr. and Mrs J. C. liar lee an Mrs. W. L. Wells
Bapl Church hold o and daughter of Miami were visitIng 'rh.I.V.! met Wednesdny af- Sharon and their daughters -
w Sun kM k A k baptismal service on Sunday his parents, Mr and Mrs. H. B lornomi at the church, with thpresident I Montlcello returned after to their home in flounce the birth of their daughter Charlotte and Marva Dean,
Friday been
April ll i Those interested are Arwood, one evening and night last Mrs. Eugene Crosby I guests of Mr. and Mrs.having | In the Gainesville Hospital on and Mr and Mrs Jack Nelson all
& asked to meet at the church at 2. week. George's friends will be interested leading the devotional.! Sirs James Crews Q. 1 K 1 Tuesday, April 3, 1951. They have of Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
Allau had been
fjst Church Christian ChurchThe 30 in the afternoon.The to know that he Is being W. Thomas presented an interesting I about a week, having come here with f"ri( named her Jo Ann. and Mrs. R. W. Branncn.

Dead" friendly Church in the heart t Community Church Women transfered from Miami to New program. Those taking part Sirs Crews, Sr., when she and t'ommiriilly Club Sleeting; Miss Mava Lea Thomas of

, Without Works Is of town extends a cordial welcometo met on Tuesday, April, 3. The Atvotlonal York where he expects to be employed were: 1IrsVUson Green, Mrs,, Carolyn Crews, accompanied by Wild azaleas, combined effectively Orange Springs visiting Mr. and
. cnge/ to bert brought by was in charge of Misi for time. Robert biters and Mrs. Earl Wil Mrs. Calvin with bridal wreath, and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. Mrs. Lyle
I at all to worship with them at all some Williams and her.
t '' this Sunday night their services. Gertrude Houser and the [lrolt'ramwas Mr,.and Sire Howard Miner and: Ii.. After the program the busluoiis daughters, Sandra and Sherrie, of specimen roses carried out the Buck of Palatka was also the guest
First Baptist church. conducted by Mrs. Frank Wai- meeting was held. Sirs 1 low- chosen color scheme of and
k.;tl'' not to attend Bible small son of Jacksonville were recent Starko, spent Thursday of the pink of Mr. and Mrs Thomas Monday
under- Why plan
,tit most needed of School this rath Jr. She reviewed the life ol visitors of his mother, Mrs !aid lluuglns closed the meeting past week /In Montlcello. Mr. and white and were placed to enphll'size bridge (.'II.bleeUng';
is the true meaning Sunday bring along Mary Williams, a missionary to \\Ith jirayer. Mrs. Crews and I the charm of the Club Room
4 Effie Miner. I the baby were here Mrs G. J. McGrlff of Starke and
' and (trace. This Is a tig' whole family and your friends? the South Pacific Islands Mrs Thu next meeting will be held at .for several for last Tuesday's meeting of the
dayslilrlhdiiy ,
I age for the Christian Bible School begins at 10 a. m. Bastedo and Mrs. McKay: were Mrs. D. B. Harley was in Tampa the home of 1IIr)(. Robert Hera, .. Community Club. Mrs. L. F members of the State Farm Bridge
i B choirs several last week attendinga CelebrationFrlday Club were Invited to a dessert-
with C. W. Colson days.
"ubla The Youth as superintendent hostesses at the social hour -which Wednesday, April! 18. Chapman, First Vice-President,
t ui-urge Jones will bring There are classes for all followed. meeting of the Grand Chapter ol Mrs. Grover Moore and sons,, evening, April 6, Bernice directed the business session. Mrs.C. I bridge by Mrs. D, L. Nix Thursday
s the Order of Eastern Star, Dowling had a party at the afternoon of last week. Lovely
and congrega- Bufonl and visiting
age group Bryant were
'in! music t Officers elected for the coming home of her M. Turney and !Sire E. C. Long!
the planowill service .Mr and Mrs. N. C. Mott last parents Mr. and Sirs flowers enhanced the beauty of
'nglng led by Morning Worship beginsat vear were: Pres. Mrs Autry Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Massa.l'hus"tts W. A, JJowllngr. This here hostesses and served a salad
all who fete marked the Nix home for this party. High,
bless 11 The weekend.
:21o, a.m. Morning message Vance; Vice Pres., Mrs. Detweiler, were visiting Mrs. EffU the fourteenth course during the social hour.
O.V.. Davis have anniversary of the second high and bingo prize winners -
"Freedom In Mr. and Mrs.
Bondage or Free Miner last week
"' Sec.; Mrs. J. M. McDonald; Treas., birthday of the VanUhlnt l.ulII'h(Oo
Haines the Francis hostess. J lerjtut'sta were respectively Mrs: P. D.
" Rev. Slaves.: The Lord's Is recently purchased
Supper served
morning Mrs. Misses Ad, Edwards, Ann Cart'er
Included In with the fund raising
on "Nine at 11:15: : a. m. Russ. home and plan to remodel a large group of keeping Fancher, Mrs Herbert Thomas and
,g a I Members of the Community end Margie Wall spent the teen aged boys and of the Methodist. l
girls from program
I Christian and before moving In I the lit rs. J. H. Kite A guest prize was
at 6:30p.
the Evening worship begins :
for Church will hold dm- weekend with Mrs. J. W. Thomasof State
fellowship Farm
Ralford, Lake Church Starke for its new building
special music by the in. with Christian Endeavor. Mrs. It O. Brown, Mra. Mary Butler presented to Mrs. McGrlft by the
w the ner at the club house Jacksonville Beach. the Grlffls
i on Friday Community and Mae Mrs. Fanrher entertained at a
Lucile Greens Green and Mrs. H. P. Galney at- II hostess
Mrs. Elaine Colson leader. All youth
rated by organist. as April, It at six o'clock.At Mr. and Mrs. John Wise 01 the EUey: Chapel Ceme | cleuny Outdoor games afforded vanishing luncheon at her home
Mona' Canova are urged to be present. 8:13: following the dinner with i i entertainment From Thursday until Sunday Sir
at 9:43 Starke spent Sunday here l'I'I"t.1 near Worthington the party Friday. The beautifully appointed
meets and Mrs. W. N. North and their
School Evangelistic services begin at hours.
v r there will be concert and refreshments
associate su- a sponsored relatives.( Friday. [ consisted dining room table where the guests
i 'A. Wiggins 7:30: p. m. The Minister speakingon of cake son, Billy, visited relatives In
Lent full staff of of- | by the church. It will be a program Mr. and Mrs O. J. Phillips and Hewlett Anderson, Earl Green and coca colasChnrlm : were seatedlow was centered with a
and a I AmerlcuH, Georgia and In Tal-
the Subject, "Hell BoundTrain" U1.
of piano music bv Russell Dan- i and John Plnholster made a bustneH 1rightCharles arrangement of dainty Spring
to instruct the children, Ola Mae and Danny, were
lasHce Alabama At that time Mrs.
teachers No should miss this ,
,1 I "
who regularly attend. Be person burg. Admission 75c and 3:>c. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs, I trip to Tampa Monday.Mm | W. Wright of Raiford blossoms. and lacy fern Mrs Nello Heavers returned to her home

100 meet at 6:45: un- message. present. Club Note Coleman Phillips In Tampa. Rosalie Padgett! visited Mr died suddely at his home Monday Franchcr's guests on this occasion
It Unions! of J. T. Lawson Prayer Meeting meets every On Friday night, April 20, the and Mrs E. E. Stokes Sunday. I morning/ Funeral servl.-e were Included Mrs A. Z. Adklns, Mrs In Tallahassee following a twc
direction 7:30 Mrs A. J. Davis wan a business months, visit with Mr. and Mrs.
at .
Wednesday evening m.
p. first of two entertainments Those who picnic near held at the Methodist.
sponsored enjoyed a Church there J. R. Kite;: and Mrs. Fletcher Bur-
Urns for all age groups. Our this week will be the visitor In Tampa on Monday and North.
is held regular- Study by the PTA. will bo held at Gainesville Sunday were: Naomi 'I Wednesday afternoon with burial nett of Starke and Mrs. L. F.

Uk Lday service at 7:45: with the 17th Chapter of Acts. Bring along t the Woman's Club. This will be the Tuesday of this week. and June Stokes, Beadle, Helen In Sapp Cemetery. Mr Wright was Chapman, Sire Ii. J. Kuceru and After havingbeen' visitors of

Pastor followed your Bibles and let us study together I children's program, which will hr !Miss Dorothy Ann Robinson and Morris Hay Carlton, Yvonne the father of Sirs\ William Splllane Mrs J. L. Williams Mr. and Mrs Herbert Thomas for

by rehearsal the and teachers' God's word. clU' e a play, recitations. "The spent the weekend with friends In Bruiikln.s, Lamar Crosby and hobby I and sympathy .Is. extended to her Mr. and. Mrs Bob Barkley and several days Sirs Roberta Crutch-

Homer 8lnllall.Iln..tl'r: ,I Marriage of Jack and Jill" by the Jacksonville.Mr liyal.Mr and to Mr. Splllnne.I their children, Margo and Mike, field and son, Freddie, returned to

Is extended to all I primary grades, and other act. and Mrs. .\, S, Perser of( *, Howard Douglas and children Friends sympathize with Mr. and of Jacksomlllo were dinner guests their home In Lakeland Wednesday
Dilation I
hip.| at the services held At The Tabernacle On Friday, April 27, the odull) Jacksonville were dinner: guests of were guest of her Mrs. Doug. Mrs. J. A. Saser in the recent ot Mr. and Sirs \\'. G. Strlngfel- ,

K' at the First Baptist and, C/1 urn prnA'rllm'lIf be presented. Then her sister, !Mrs. H. C. Walnw right. III...' p"r'lllsIr.! and Mrs. ('Iart'nceSll'lcklllnd i death of the hitter's brother Frank low at noon Sunday | Since Sunday Mrs. .1, 0 Cald-

'th( music from the "Sing- The young people are rehears- will -Individual acts, as writ A' and family last Sunday. Other Monday "Cternooll.Chlll'l.s 'Morgan of Starke. Services were Mi. and Mrs Oelbert Crews, of well hits been a patient In St.Vincent's .

1a "'r. ing for the 18th anniversary program skits by various groups In towt. guests of Mi's. Wainwright at this' Edwards of the V olV. I held 1 Monday In the Starke Church Starke left SturdIY.larch( 31 t< [ In Jacksonville
s Gainesville visited Mrs.! KVH; Hospital
which will be presented at This Is a community revue of local time w'reIrs.. Shuler and Mra \ In .f Christ nnd Interment was In t spend their two weeks' vacation

Church tile Tabernacle Friday night, April: talent, and everyone( .....1\.s Interested Green, members of the !Macclonnj H.irriMt! and daughter WeiPhosdayJimmy Conner CemeteryMl with relatives lit/ Montgomery undergoing a major operation

e iodist 20. There will\ be a special speakerand In taking part Is requested) school faculty Hamilton left Sunday af'lernoon and Sire K C Ixing had a-< Alabama. Monday Friends hope for a speedy
for the Naval Base where
it Methodist Church ol also music and recitations. to phone 2301 so that the! program Jimmy Bennett of Miami Is their visitors SUII'laIr and Mrs. I Tuesday! and Wc.'neBiluy, of has' t t roi'upt'iatlon,
I stationed after two weeks
Is In a
a i I
rdially Invites you to at- The public Is cordially may be completed. visting; his sister, Mra. Audrey; .
i I (leave with his family and friendsMr --. ---- -
tallowing services of wor- With the older folks taking ovel'the Illicit I.lftlitH of C'ounell\ ;Meeting Ryder and Mrs C: C Si rauubrrgwere -'

i Sunday, April 15.: The Youth Meeting last Saturday A. H. Rusher, elected to replaciMr Miss Elthe Collins, formerly or visiting Mrs Mary Greer

School begins at 9:4Jmday : night and the young people as the I Whiteside who resigned, took the Luwley school faculty but whcIs Friday and. also attended the ci'me-,

morning. The morn- congregation something differentIn the oath of office now teaching/ Jacksonvillewas u'ry working. Every Day is 'Sale Day'STARLINGS

hip service is held In the the way of a program/ was presented Robert Weeks was sworn In as saying "Hello" to friends hen Rev! and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of l,

'Dinan's Club building at which was both instructiveand Tax Assessor, to complete the unt'xplrl'd last Sunday afternoon. Penney Farms were visiting Mr I

Rev. Thomas Q. Mitchell sometimes amusing.Presbyterian term of B. II. Rose who< Elma Crews, who Is employee and Mis JamesV.. Thomas. Mon

add Sunday morning on resigned. with the Daylight Grocery Company day. Their grandson, Gurenn

.on. topic "The Christian Church Frank Walrath, Jr. and R. L and (Is staying In Jacksonville Thomas Is spending a few day

Special music will be Walker surrendered their lease tc< spent the weekend with his with them. At -

ithe I Youth Choir. 9:45: Sunday School. Keystone Beach. parents, Mr. and Mra. C. R. Crews Mr. and Mrs. Francis. RUSH were ') .

imiay, evening service will 10 a. m. Friendship Bible. Class. Mr. La Monte owner of the Inn, Mrs O.V.. Roberts Sr, ac- visiting friends and relatives here X ..i.Ol ;;...

In the Educational Builder 11 a. m. Communion Services I offered to lease the Beach for a compunled 1 her sister, Mra. Merrill Saturday.Mr., .

30 p m. Mr. Mitchell will conducted by Dr. L. Ross Lynn of term of 99. years and said he I If: Struth, and children to Deland on and Mrs. T. W 1t.ark"yspent Ta( Ol T Ial

.,,11 the: subject, "The Con-" Tallahassee ready to spend $8000 In Improve Friday of last week to spend 1 the Sunday afternoon wltli Mr

of an Honest Doubter. ments. weekend with her father\, Mr and Mrs. H, 1<:. Dukes at !iiukus.

The ,nior and Intermediatet meeting of the Mrs Rosa Plnholxter spent the ,..... ,
At special Mr. drove downon ..,...,
St. Mark's Episcopal a Tatum. Roberts ---------------------- -----" --------- --------
-t t Youth Fellowships meet Council, the following terms to be< Sunday to spend the day and tr weekend III Morrlston.
I: .ach Sunday evening andy In the lease wensuggested Sirs Dorthea Pate of Jal kson-
Incorporated Mrs. Roberts
Rev. Fred Yerkes will conduct accompany
ya fellowship hour at the the Friday evening services at and agreed upon.: M. I';. Hennegar of Lake City villa spent the weekend with heigrandparents FIX;: SAT
x' the evening church serv- Mr. and 11I1.... Gen Round 5t k
7:30: o'clock. 1-Must be maintained and cper was dinner guest of the D. B 69c

It dr.It mean to be a" Sunday School at 913.: be ted 2.i';as:eystone a public citizens beach: using tin Harleys James on Wainwright Sunday.\ of Chlplej Stokes.Mr. and 1Irs.Ialculm! 1.'wlsspent I.I.MIT: 2 US.!

rd n and a Church Member? Sunday morning services will Sunday In Fernamlinu.Mr .
beach to $2 per family peyear the of Ills Mr
pay parents
was guest
t for a series of din- held each Sunday at 11 A, M. with
ubjl' I and Mrs Tom Edwards: of
..__. ..
; and Mrs. T. L. Walnwrlght, on ------------------ -------------------- --- (
aa at th mid-week prayer visiting minister. Rev. Fenders -
a 3-A11 costs of running and maintain Sunday.Mrs. ,WortriiQKton Springs arc visiting -
I >>Wednesday evening, Penney Farms will conduct Mrs. lava Harrell and while hen '
Ing the beach to be paid by; !Mae Wells\ spent two days
7 -p.m, the services on the first and third are attending the revival services JELL 3 for 25c
party leasing the beach last week In Miami with he' -
Sunday of each month. at the IlaptlHt. Church.Mr. MACARONI ,
4-:'<:0 alcoholic beverages to bi daughter !Sirs Jack Bull and 10'/2c
ch of Christ and Mrs J. H. Sowcll attended
allowed the
ern.ItCII OF JESUS CtllUST on premises. family. the funeral of Mrs. Jess GR1':.11' AOItTIIKKX
ner.. lOili and :McMahon: 5-A11 utilities to be paid and Mr. and Mra. Louis Lee Wain
I School10 A, M.Uiing OF LATTEKD SAINTS: maintained by the party leasing wrlght and children of Gulnesvllli\ Thomas In McIntosh, Sunday
(:MORMON) Mrs. N. C. Mott, Mrs drove! MEAL,5Ibs.32c BEANS 2Ibs. 25cImU'T
11 A. :M.: and 7:3: 0 I the beach were guests of relatives In the -
Sunday School 10 a. m !Moore and sons were dinner' guests ,
Sacrament Service 6:30: p. m. In 6-Bullcllngs and Impl'ov..ment.must : Lawley area last Bunda)'. of Mr and Mrs. Jack I Simmons olMontloch
,r Meeting and Bible Stud' be approved by the Council. Mrs, Tom Casey and mother .
:Masonic Hall on Call St., Starke. Sunday. FlU \ IIKNTOSCORNED
dneiday 7:30: P. M. 7-Leae can not be assigned\ 01 Mrs. W. F. !Moore, ware shopping
A cordial welcome Is extended to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mutt and
ont. welcome. subleased without the approval of Jacksonville '
all. In on Monday.The children, John, Sam, anil \Vllbui MAYONNAISE pt.44c BEEF. 35c
Council. I Youtrt\ Fellowship group 0/;/ Barry enjoyed the exhibition bane .
must be kept clean an d I '
OF GUI 3-Beach the Methodist Church, accompanied ball between the Clnclnatt .
CI11KC1I game
1 all times by the Futch ------------------------------------------------------------------*
at L. H.
sanitary lby I H. C. Kelley\ Mrs.
; 8th & St. Clajr Sts. Reds and Washington Senator
: 'WELDING Lessee.la and Dr. W. T. Walters, attended .
Hauls Field 1 li
Sunday School 10 a.m. Thursday at
case of violation of the con the Garfield< Evans Sub-dlstrlc!

Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m dillons, of this lease, the property;; meeting In Starke on Monday! Gainesville. Chicken Backs
t Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m with all Improvements will revert night !Mrs G. II. Column and her LB.27C

Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m to the town of Keystone Heights. Mrs. C. Yarbrough entertain/ brother UauU Crews, were In

I Prayer Meeting'Thursday 7:30: p.m Council Is making/ an effort t,. with a birthday party for her son Gainesville Monday.
'j---'I, ; 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman,
I have the ((3. S. and F Railroad puta Robert, on Wednesday afternoon
St. Edward's CatholicRev. and telegraph of Mrs, Roy Green and, Mrs. Tim ( ,. ,. .--------------------------
Freight Agent of last week. Robert was five yeuu'eold

William H. Neuhaus, Pastor flee in Keystone Heights.It that day and his pre-si-hoo' and Mann Alachua were shopping, Saturday.Mr. in Gainesville. FRESH; GREENCABBAGE: LONG CHAINRICE.3Ib.pkg.;

Sunday Mass at 0:13: : a. m. was suggested that a com age friends were Invited to this Colson
Mrs G. 11.
and were
r.r I he people of Starke Dally Mass at 8.00: a m. mlttee be formed to draw up a occasion. After a happy time play' visiting at Slat Farm Sunday lb. 5c 48cI.AItttE

Confessions Saturday 7:30: master plan for the developmentand Ing out door games, the children Miss Lubedla Plnholster was .

lilnlty one of tile most 8:30: p. m. and before all Masses.Children's Improvement of the town, were served cake and Ice cream the guest of Mr. and, Mrs. T. KChesHcr .

n and finest equipped Catechism Classes. such as lighting/ beautification, Robert received some nice gifts of Alachua. Monday CJOOIl; '

Saturday 10:00: a. m. etc. All organlzntlons'were Invitee and the children all had a good We are glad to have Mrs K, J.

shops anywhere. Adult Religious Instruction to appoint members to serve on I time. Lewis who ha been In the Ala BROOMS each = 89cI

I Work Guaranteed courses every Monday 8:00: to 9:00p. : this committee with the Council chua County Hospital back home SUPER SUDS pkg. 29c

I m. The public Is cordially In- It was decided that all easmenti Mr. and, Mrs. n.V.. Davis and ,
to Lake Geneva and Keystone;: of Mr. and) s
TH'S GARAGE vited. LAKE GENEVA children were guests DKL :MONTE,
On Monday evening Rosary. In Lake be opened up to give residents Sire M. C. Howard In Starke, Sun.

fI) MACHINE SHOP structlons, benedictions of the I access to the lakes. Hy Illuneti Cunningham day. CATSUP 14 oz. 23c CERTO 23cFruit
Blessed Sacrament, Social NolfHCol. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. flaxen ,

'pie Ave. Starke Friday evening Benediction of I and( Mrs. Demery were In VlncPhl'i children were visiting friends and! ---------------------------------, -------------- ,
Word from St.
the Most Blessed Sacrament and ;\ Keystone last week on their way comes relatives here.Koswell .
to Tampa to visit relatives. They Hospital In Jacksonville. that Mrs Kelley of Jacksonville!
Holy Hour. I their son T. M. Finley, who underwent a family IJKHT(: ;)
.. were accompanied by spent the weekend with his Cocktail C
hut week IM 1 u;'t 35
... "Billy" who stayed over, visiting athristofferb. major operation and friends..
I] (: This weekend Miss ting along nicely and experts to! Mrs. Wilson. Green and Mrs. SIXK; CAN

HEAR; PASTOR non CRAY SUNDAY I Barbara Chrlstoffers and Billy will\] leave the hospital sometinntin" Howard Douglas were In Gainesville

NIGHT AT 8 ".M. TELL ABOUT and return, with Col week. on business Monday. ,,
I i go to Tampa C.I irl- ---------------------------- ---------------------------------
Mrs. R. For..ythe, Mrs.
Helen Barry and Mary
'The Cocktail That God 1 and Saturday Mrs. Demery.evening, Miss Barbara ion and Mrs. B. Cunningham enjoyed Saturday at Daytona

Party :|( Clirlstoffers entertained people with a group an ice oli spent with Mr Thursday*. Cunningham's In Jacksonull'1 daughterMrs. liev.Beach Karl! \VilllH. pastor of SURE JELL, 2 for. 25c AJAX - 7'i2c'

i the young F. L. Eaiterly.
Attended' and cake party at her hom Brookcr Baptist Church preached KIM
I cream Little Joe Mann, son of Mr. md In Hal ford, Sunday In the absence.

nn Mrs.the lake.Jesse Hill wa In Keystone Mrs. Raymond Mann, wall pain. of their pastor Rev. Strickland,. MILK 3 for 29c BREAD, 2 for 29c

IRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton : last week visiting Mrs. McCreary I I fully injured Saturday evening,, who has been conducting\ revival ,

T'-: T. L. 7 P.M. RUBLE SCHOOL( 10 A. M. here from Texas to re- I when he fell from a car at HillI services.

I PRAYER MEETING, WEI). 8 ".)1. i She turn flew with Com. Hill, who has been.'!I crest ka with, while his on mother his ,way tn visit to t'alat-her SARDINES 2 tall f for 29c I SARDINES 4 flat 29c

the Naval Hospital ,
I fail re Looking for a Lhe. Friendly, Bible Belie ins "rHIme/ time at I father, Mr. Wilkinson, who 11 a
1 In Jacksonville.Mrs. STATE FARM ---------------------------------------_.,., -------,., ..
Xew Testament Church, Join the Crowds Weeks of the Inn, has been I patient In the hospital there After -
Coming to Our Church." In Atlanta. spending the night/ In the >los fly !\Ir... Bryan WlillflrMUrl'lRf
away visiting Joe was brought home and
I Mrs J. A. Williams, who hat I we are glad to report he I" ding. LARD
: been visiting her daughter In nicely. Club Meeting: / 4 Lbs. Pure 95C

I Shreveport La. has returned i i Mr and Mrs Ray Nuttle- of When !Mrs J. C. Wallace entertained ,
E. A, Timmins returned -
Capt. and Mrs. Wesconett were Sunday surds< OfMr. the State Farm Krlilgp
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor with her bringing their two Nuttlps' mother. Mrs Wm Club Thursday afternoon of last

Paula and the baby week the flower decorations of her
RST Starke children Tlmmy". Their stay will be brief I Nuttles.Mr.. and Mrs. Elmer Forythe home featured a variety of Spring -- -. ;u. -----
I as Capt. Timmins has only a ten ,and family and Sir and Mrs. blossoms In a pleasing combinationof ;::;T-:1T----;; : :; l'ONFE'TUNEltti;

Jefferson & Heart Of Town i I day leave.A I Charles Forsythe and family re- colors. A desert course was
Court In The
Streets SUGAR
twenty-five served before the tr> the 12cNO.
about fonnellsville. /games
I'll( 130 I party of turned home Sunday from FLOUR 25 Ibs. 1.89 -
ONES Office 23 1 Pastorium -
: ** marines spent the weekend at theAir Pa. where they were two tables of numbers who were ,
--" > g- rrJrrssrSStSSSSt-*-*f I Park last week. They were called by the death of Mrs. Elmer present, Upon completion of the

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00: A.M.: 7:30: P.M.: I from Jacksonville. I and Mrs.\ Charles Forsythes' moth- progressions Mrs. L. F. Chapman JIM DANDY : 2 ('ANGRIIS

day School 9J3: ; A.M.: Training Unions! 6:15: P.M. Mr. and Mrs. C. H Haberstroh that little I led, Mrs. Carrie Shaw Mrs. Shaw here a was bud awarded vase; Mrs.the high P. V.scorn Fancher prize CHERRIES 23c
to announce has visited her daughters SIbs. 39c -
t are happy
IIn'WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7so: P.M. Leene seven months old.has ,several times. the second high, an after-dinner -
.---r ,,- to live with them and be Last report from Sarasota was coffee cup and Mr. Dennis Fun-' :J 1R. CO\S
come I
Mrs. Hair slowly Cher the bingo an ash tray. MALLARDS I
Morning "Nine Blessings"a Mr, and that "Dad" Forsythe was

a EveningFaith. ,- Without Work Is ,Dead",---- erstroh their Keystone very have for own.several been months residents living of Improving two from months a ago.broken hip received death and Sympathy:Mrs.of the M.Is C.latter'extended Roberts maternalrrandmotl1..r to In Mr the, DOG FOOD, 3 for 35c S\VIFTNING\ 99c

Vivian Sanders and I Mrs. Ida' :If. Gentry quietly .
with Mrs. Mrs. LI1IU A. ThornM
IT TilE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR moved to one bf the celebrated her birthday Sunday. / ,
have now f : of Mcintosh Interment was In -
with members of her family.
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are the prnurt pori-nts i .1 ilu IK'' anil cause, wherein tiT, Anita Jam horn Ft day Ap6. ; I : dlvorciHradford his Order IhrrtMin, and I lie ,-lit-,. t-il to tinihiilff, fo, 1 I"'" .
.f.uu' I : .,Kniph shall publish pi-iNoniil" or 'lulxid 1 belmifitlriir. to I the taxpi,\"< i r. 1
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Mr. mid Mfi. Jack' L T> aanittitnee )! TUIIK UfO'I"' I s ,
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the birth of a ,""II> I IlAirmfonl Clerk of until. foult T iiIru'..
l | I fly lluven CruHliy litputy, Clerk
Trnwlck Jr. "n i "
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: _____ : 1051.* Coney Island Sandwich i
"*n I to evt of Chupler
opowrln-r<< ..r adding \\f :. 14tW.t "r I"'I".1/AflH: of 1937,
li..I. jour ,, III .Ml'lU'lly ACT" the Tenth & Church Streets
"itkhMlnic". till <>\'rrttio t an < :
niiwhlnn from ; lowi ti" dcHcrlliol In'ml In liriul-
IrNk. Kojljpe riililxT pails > Cnurily, Klorlilo' will be offered Featuring Tasty HAMHUKCIERS
machine) 1'1' I.3, I I .nlt! .1( iiubllu. nuti-ry for I the
fl.:>O (milling I I .' t and lii'Ht <'n.h bid. mibjfut to
J\rnd'.r,1, ('OII11IY .. and HOT DOS; l jjjf
(tH"rU..r) nt .. right uf the Trmli'i'H of the In. (
an I I Iniltrovi-invtit' Kunil' to reject
.. .. 1 jLvrtrJ I anil nil ,lililit. nt I the Coiirthoune, ICE CREAM: Assorted Flavors in Pints"
beKlnnlnw lii'tii: ) ,,',.Jt'k A. lit. on
,-.- .- "" -_ --. ... I 14 tIdy of May, I Oil l. CHIIKlde. of ICE COLD DRINKS CJUOCEJ; )( ;
sshI.w.c. %: n iIl'ai I t leg enueninnt for ron ld,1
.. robes Sunday ... from parcel Ihn.unh. .
make itt .c nd nppt'arallcIn the now choir on any 1 -- --- -- -

r'S IIJLVSION! !i i log, April 15, at the 11 o'clock!( church service to be held In the -." An'there to ,In nil!mi Iii nds fxlxilnxmate till.to one- I Open From 9:00 A.M. to 12:00: ) |1'.\l 1.

.>F ('OI'u!'\E I ONAl.fOHOI U'ouiun'iChib It was announced this week by the pastor, Rev .of nil |>etriil" "'um ..nd. !three- DAILY INCLUDING SUNlmJL'OUKTEOUS
MANIIO OKI'KNIUS or other. minerals will' be ro- .
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TUB JEISfIJ'UI.F.U Mitchell. choir roboii gift from A. D. Martin All I .IH
AIAVAVS O. The new are a v..d. I riNHinnaula iniiterlnl I

_, IS AND IS KKIKATK.nI.V : Stake anti were worn by the choir members for the first time ;I ....-.110"- ..... Hee. '1'" l p. 14.... Acre CURB_ SERVI'EUnder ( :

IV FOIl A I \TIN(.. A 1A'<>.- Raster Sunday. The choir IH directed by Mrs. T. O. Mitchell with 1 i] :i-4 of HW'i New Management
HOI. LKAUH NOT TO ALCOHOL Florence Brown as the plunUit.. I t"KV4 of NK'4' W. C. McCord & Raymond L. HaJ
DKFKAT.: Mt:l, U 8.S 2SK 800
HIT TO Members of the choir as shown In the picture are:
'1'111'UI.1'TIOS I nf Wli Will Appreciate Your
I.K.AHH NOT TO 1HIT! TO let nv llarbnra Colley Jane Rlcharde. Ruby Green.2nd :r8U.! Patronaire '
L.IFKH; rilOKI.KMH;: Pat Anne J'.hrs. i9'.Vt', 08 2=R 100
OF OK liFt: row Ann CreSHler Slag Judy Green /, of NM'i
1IIK 1t1"4*> 3rd row --Florence Brown, Byron Newcomb Marcus Rape NIS'i' -- -- -
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( ) \ ruw-Bert Newcomb Hurry Green, Tommy Smith Jimmy i %NK'i"-,' of A SW'inf NWiJ' West Bradford Union County Residrn:

l don Billy, Weldon. %VL4

CLASSIFIEDlii.i I I Members of the choir not shown in the picture are Jimmy !: ; rorI 0 '! 2SK 280 Take Your Cares to Church Sunday :Milliwl

I Jo Ann Smith Gayle Rowe and Billy Cre sler: ; I> -3 of Them There !

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'i of SR'. 0 SH 22R: 20
I|I lOt 10J.: Sunday School
tii>m<< : \inint: .. Legion DelegatesAre the Green Cove Springs Naval << I of Nlt.i
\II Mnkr. .Ml- IIod'O..pnpgfl. itunrnnl.. Station. Ho has served a* Coir.mand I I i NE'/I 9 83 2213 8 7:00: IMM. Christian Personality |
HtniMMinltlt I II' *%... C. MIIKIblll xtnrkr., <:llldiurt "..',.. :laD I Elected t f "'l of the Jon"sLanjtfordWhlte ) j I I of if, :

A MiKlloiin, Poht/ 00. ; of
Michael Gllhooly and E. C. Clark 9 53 22P3 10
orI1lIord Clark I la employed by the rail : .. nf 11:00: ( A.SI. :(llGtKHt *> P.1l
1'1'V IMmfyvnfx. were elected from the 14th District
WA STlr.J To hi ah't, |I".. i" road and was transfered here re :', of NIC" (n"1 Pr.jUot .
w.l. 1'iiy sum II. II.K. an delegate to the American Le- NK'i l D RR 22R 9 Prrarhfr April 1.1The :
HtuniiitMl nr In lump cently from Madison. j I "tpe. of I the Internal Improve, ( '
jtlon National Convention which '
iir.-, l.ukclUitlni. ti.O -'li ,&' Flu ntl of th* stKtc I of FlnrldiiHv Prior Qunllon'April Si: S
will be held In Miami in October.GIiIhooly I Tho fourth District includes 1!! I v\. J. Theta Agent, ? you're l.int'. I

niidKO i lIB ne1 I ruck, i inii Is a veteran of World American Legion Post In Alachun Tru, tHe.. I. J. fund & ltKtt,

".-...ii..., -VJT-- ., Tymiil" Av itorekeeper with Civil Service at Citrus, Gik-hrlHt and Levy Counties.4UIiJLJlliLI : ( !I REVIVAL PREACHING; :
dwnuttait ; ( In-nlt faart. IItnilford ('u.unty. JIISSIO'Jpril29 thru*
FOR nF.ST: 1 rn"nl.... Itl :: ,' .. ,"" In f bnncerr
: 1 '- u .
,..rnl.t.1 "1..11111. "t ra flt" at 421 L : J. Morne, I'liilntlff. \'.. :Maude The He,'. John C. Sims formerly of :Miami
,all.. .tV" ,.rl'nlo I.) ''iiarnhor, of __ _U' -.. .... Defendant ('".. Nr,. 8172: ;
\1%{ .hto1I'iI. Ai't" I a t..I'mRII"rr, .1 ... Of 1..11..1111.' .n l.nil \..llce 'I.. Guest Preacher
11)r., r,,,' r\\l.th'r I -I"S" 'H'E E- -T' IM'E "'1' I'll-I .,..' "''."1"1> S TIM

rgI'tt'r0'1. lull.sl,1 3 Y ; I' NOW TO BUY I : .. A.:Morse, whoHi1 residence "in: Guest; Worshipers Always Welcome

p'Ol' 5ALIt .. old. pup.'rswith I I .." pro requtrerl. fn appear on
: 0'11'' hl3 I' ;'V'h.HI tarhlnr.: l'.' : l4ti) 1951, l Ii 'the above named LAKE BUTLER BAPTIST CHURclv
I 2''" 4111WANTF'P and cauaevhereln plaintiff
T tPV. 1'IR. ( .. divorce' Hriulford ''...'nty ._
lamI' 0101 HOME LOCKER ..."ph shall pnbtlfh thin Order
'r'0 rl1rnllnr. J .." four weekly iHHiie.
hII101. :.I \ .a",1 ni flint I 1 tiOt'rrtaird. and : .ltn."H mv hen! and official' ...,al
St.: fl,lt"' I' ttfl.,,,1 Ii,..tlnl.I' SY.Copr ;' ,,,,'k... Florliln\ t thlM April I II. m I
italpih"CnMngl'rVi \ HBAT.) A. J. Thomas.
n... t1 !Kpynr ,,, 41dF'R 1 I A. Clerk of sail. rnnrl' l
:Myrtle T f.nn..pu'v l'1.'k,
bll. "e 1 .. 1 lnivtnna Hench, Florida.
TKNT: lilefU yOII fur--.nmull. F.v..rylhln". .. .t IIratUord CountY i You Can Put Your Confidence : I
7F. 5P It If I 'Irruil C (". >1,'. Ifrntirord ('..... ;
" Telf"r"ph. IN (JENEKAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES : ..1..i In f hnneery. .1".1 I
I .." fratt., Plaintiff 01. Mabel
lIsl'EEL Defendant., fane No S.17B SHC\ ? "Witt:!
Scaled Poner It I'aija To Buy The Best ., O( I'uhll.-nlInn
Sail >nflcr To
I I .,, .', TH, .ii" KI.OHIIM Toi 71'W&4 O Al() $SAVIl!
OIL We Sell at Nationally Advertised Prices : r'riilt i whoiii reolilen. 1 Ii. tTn ,
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Now Available at YOLJCANIflJY I ; "Hth.fine Ilinl recjulri In .lh ii .to above appear uamer on) Small Down Payment EASY TERW
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; ANY (;i. E. APPLIANCE and I a'iur. iu'hotin plaintiff

j FARMHOME II From C.; J. ;\'GI( It'F. Your C.; E. Dealers r'p.. ] -< .Ii vur., f Tiradford County

. and Auto Supply ,\ Cheap in Service Starke n Everything Anywhere We in the Sell Nation. We I| ( .I "" ______ [

.. tllllkH. : ; ; THRIFTY !
,...tII'VII IV I ii: > .. ...
n Easy Terms Plus Good Allowance Your '
T I..U. on
\, i. \i>.n>- i.Ia.: <.iinrn..t.':..11"I.W' I 1 1
I'ilIt r \It NIIKI'llt-.llll. : '
Old 1
.< II \ .. stark Appliances
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Aaaleait.Hmnll J
:>:I'I SI' InIl, <'a Fnrmona *llruoicil I i
OF., ,I i iiliinlf;,. liriim, hi'il for and$? So.w< xr;> G. J. McGriff I (
l, 7 im-li."'' I on ilntuJITo "'
plants fur. 1'2 in'.II"'lIh.IIII."I-10 I Inch | I IHo : ,
I |).f p il<.3.' It. 1I1r.1.v'I'I:1t1'11,1' i USE.t: ; Call St. Phone 229 .
, ,. SI" ti> :ir; -" 'h .; I I \ I I
.- A/.A" .A \IIDIONS! & NUHfKHY I. ( ( ?OO iThiM )

l.itrlt.totI. Flft -. I Starke(. Fla. ; [ ,
anti I nu'Ir.rtinnntu : '
'. FOR HAI-F_-Marilohr Hihiljr* to trunn* '111I'.- ..- .. . ___ -- _' .. N kfew Car Payments
\ planta .
plHiit floml 'quality, \ thounnnil plant 40chunilrml. 1 .)..tnulit's -_ .____ __- nSPECIAL _- \! { I;\ f ;: t \ '
a $ .UU n ..llllln. ._. ; .....-" :"' Y
Hiurko .
Kiint: n
; nl.Orlrrl.. Nuunmn'e I'lace. ; I .. 41" ... .1r: 1" ; I ... "
8ti| THIS ; I I: : II :;I J ...\ l ew Ccr Gruntccd

frmhlv, dvvnrnlvil3rootn _"J-
fort ltNTNiea.fiirnlHhuil al."r'itt.'ii 1. llnthtlln ".;,"" ...,-
II. ":. re ; "''''' ,
bimrd. -
kltrhvn ilrnln WEEK ONLY [ 1MWFACTURED ENC!
rrlK.>ral. <>1'.h..t..r Kan ptove.I'rlvato autnmntlc.ntr..nriAitultn ,./ _._. ,
hut wntr ,
Ml. Phin
only. BJ7 W Cull

: it. p ; l I i : t' I BUY NOW FOR -, For Ford V-8 1932-35

: FOH HUNT--Kurnlnhnd 1 B room poitana : ----. 2RFII04. 08. 12

"Kluvtrlc runnlnic Stove and wilier rvfrlicvra lairice GRADUATIONGIFTS -. ... C 1 Complete as ,hown.c. $511'For li

tar with h"I1'h. 637 W ,'..H 81 I'h : __ Chev. 1932-36.
anil.111. It : I, "s. 2RFI203. 12, 16 20. 24. Jli
? '.-.i '..s':1 I I -"- \\ For Plym. 1935.41

Fon nRNT! except-4 Room Kim ,holme eti>ve. unfnrniHhucI Uil H- < On Lay-Away Plan :L; i: 2RFI308. 12 ................ $11
Wiit .r st Itn New Car Guarantee

iii't.P'ANTl.flWhIt.! .. .rHwnntiit BEAUTIFULSELECTION Expert Installation 90 Days or 4000 Milti

fur clinn-un crew nt ,'..111"* Arranged Other Cari-Stmilir. Sj'inl'.
TilnnillnK, Army I'ump Wriklnc !
Porp. It : I -- Exchance Prices
OP -
l'O"ITICIV AN"'F.I>-'Hv w.tnmn.
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with Hiivprnl yiiiirt i.xii.rl.' In \
....n..r..1 office work typlnir umlfhiirlhKnil. HamiltonIlulova
'. ale" milllnir .,,"'rl..lI. t
Hulllibli. hon trt anti can furnlnh ; & ElginWATCHES
..n..lh.nl rtftrennf. ,INiit. 431A. I
",'..."..rd 4'" Tol.'.irrnpli 211' l

WAVTKH p\"TI'nl for about 20 -p
h..nil r>f ittl.1.. J I. II. \\ h Its. lit 3.I .
OK 7'. Htnrko lip :

FOR URNT- -fnblnx rurnl.lip.l Two : \
rnontM .h..w"r. hot water h'-itt>*i. ''Am.ft -
retrlireriut'r, 1'ln..hn.1'u..r'.1 '
l' mrt. tyetne HlKhwny. Snrk, .
4m 4 ( tr

yon :- All ti.-l. IMii. hur.t : .
firm Ki'\it"n>- Hlnhwiij' P15 ---. .
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Htiil-k, ,' FI... SH 4'2"' i J: :., )
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FOU 1t\.1'--8: roil bunRiilow. 3fInorH '
Mouth o( llriten'H, Htiire on \ -'. -,-' $. P.
\Nnlnut\ Ht. In Stark Apply to1i I
fe.r Smartly ,Gun
II. I1r<*". Ailnilnlntrator\ LIMITED Styledin
M. rir.*n RHtuteWKDItlNtl It
Fanny Gold
___ Filled Cases
Guaranteed !
h. to
:>> Ootperforn Yo
oruVrH. taken at Uahiner H FROM
tip. Other Outboard in
(lilt' fhoppv, I'hono tln-J (0FOIL any !
M AL.K-O.itOO VanIer lllilnt Money
pi'lipHr pluntM reuily tit ..et. It: leerthoueafl'l 0 an d tl.P. Class or Money Back: )
or 176 for tot at flwlil I J. It
; l up
-1_ H. WIlllaniK.\ 707 Tumlm HI Westline
Plant City. Flu. Fhono *lt>H. II .
ACME t : LIMITED TIME r WIZARD '-H.'. 1 '7 Rotary i Ill 'i
FOU HAI.K- (110 U.frlK.'ruti>r. 1 50
and tt ft. I'htlcu Cuimfrvailur, II1 : ONLY Super Twin.:: POWER 1JI .
ft. boll froteo, top and ifUtiH\ 1n.r In.* Vacuum :
ahflvwKaiiy 1 Stores Inc. MOWER
01..1' with Itii own Our Window It'
etptmlrlf modi! WHithliiMCniiAchln l Display s America's fastest grow.
**. JHtuillo couch bad. pra. 408 \\'. For%)th St.Jiuk l | Ing outboard! Flashing 20 iS4CP
war Hprlnicii. "'h..,... Iotinttee. prewar DEMONSTRATION I I m p h. ipeedi. H m. p. h. .ia.. saul
jprttiKM, ljjiric oil puiiitlnir, hy ntiU>!, FU.USE trolling Instant starting pennlpnHealhaniliii"
Mn. t'kw.lI. Nw Knvlund: NCCI1C1 l GEMJewelry lightweight, easy-to- ballbeatcarry. .
of wunila In irrnan anil, brown. HANDY COUPON IIELOWiriIOlT cuI.
AUu 11 railroad ralli fur c"ltl"
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: ,. cut Steel 1 epulp .
ir: "uiiy
KftP. r
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JIK ttuh. KWctrlo charger : WIZARD 10-HP. 1
allt .t. ..1 pets. atutt fieteflet.. (ur I \\' OHLIUATIUN I would like! a FKKK: HI>IIHMiration n..mlla. !t "Super T ,,"> 3''269.50, er. Ball b, II I I
IvctrU. fan '. new Three e"I. of jour beautiful ISrael St.Tank Tjpeafuum I rubber tire. '
barn door hurilwarv fur ullul'taft
S-part dnirx, IS tiU) I Cleani-r fo r f 13.93. : )

rd nuitiitr l HI 0.Peel...i International paint I .t.,. biob"t tractor.. I I : ? : -... .. .. -' .. .. ..
Name _.__ ? -
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14-i' >i>m i' >d"rnli..d hum... or a '
3 .11S.. and, 4 '...reo land, poultryhou I ?? : I )f 4 : ..t
.. : f : :t' S S .h
fur iOU laylnir. bvna $10,010tluiYHt \.. I Addrera __._. I I : .q.. .
houce nC 4roont apt. & I : SEABOARD R. R. .

I'all lluail Vfynn mornlniCH IV Ur.htIiIe, n.iU f Kim'iira.Uanrh."'..11 L.ucln Ht .......1'1 i, City.. If IU F. U. Mend Specific Ull'I"Ctl.lft-Stat- I Watch Inspector Home Owned and Operated J. FW. Jau

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