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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03112
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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:. are pUturpd above oil tOI|> rigging of Trail Kl
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that IH B.mtline nrceiwtury In order' to Iw heard o.er tIi., roar

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I 001, Corbin To Face Grand Jury; :, ,, :: ; ,r''. Was' ImpossibleTwo

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Other Murder Cases On Docket years. ago Staike was elated -

i IN .\ K.\HK 11Kwllh 1U huge cutter head exposed above water IS the 20-inch suction type with the promise of a miningperatton

dredge that must pull some 7,000,000 tons of sand a year In order to make possible the recoveryof that would. It was predicted -
of State of Florida versus Claude J. McCool
p case 100,000 tons of llmenlte. Operating "around the clock", 24 )hours a day, seven days a weekexceptfor employ ISO persons with
(Bob) Corbin will be presented to the
nnon! Symes ( an occasional shutdown for repairs), every hour this dredge turns a block of sand a payroll of $330,000: per year.
when it convenes here Monday morning at the The
Jury promise has been
approximately 12x12x120: about the size of the Starke Hotel. In the background can be soon the I fulfilled
term of Circuit Court. .Jin., more. Now
as the presence of a stab wouiiu floating barge of 1,100 spirals where heavy minerals are separated by means of a whirling-wash. I entering upon
the two defendants, ..., ,. _. Its third of
('ted. _..1 I. = _r year operation the
In the lower abdomen. of
murder ot Claude ing process\hleh throws light quarts Hand to outside, lets heavy-minerals cling to Inside edge : Trail
the Ridge Ilemenlto Mine Is
[with truck driver for I Also to be presented to the spirals. 1C It weren't' fur Humphreys' patented spiral process mining of the low grade Trail I ('. K. II.\UEU. plitnt "uM>rlni4-n.li-iit (left alxr) confer with 4>ffli-<. currently employing250:

young Grand Jury will be the') ease"O'' S. I. .lurknon. llawr I.. proud of the fart that till* mine Is person
powder Co., will likely be Ridge ore would not be economically feasible.--Photos by Holcomb Kerns, University of Florida. manager with a payroll of $800,000 peryear
term of court. I I Ihae State of Florida versus* Eugene now |>r this Hoffman, negro, charged with the
since their It was an awful bumpy road
been held murder of his mother DaisyRiley WATER PUREFIER SOLVES ANOTHER PROBLEMThe
those first
,it.;*,re on March 3 following at Sampson City on November I i two years with many
of Beaver's body on 19. Humphrey Gold Corporationhas tlon to this, the process will requirean It leaves the mining operation tcneutiallzu ,I 1hlJ to eliminate and many aniiimfurmmeen

very seat of a burned auto- In the case of State of Florida found an answer to the wastewater additional outlay of 10 to 15 the settling agent, obstacle to overcome,

I onglng to McCool. Doc- versus Leroy Collins negro State's : that farmers living In the thousand dollars per year to keepIt Tests on the released water are' v: but lust now.operating with at the 100 plant percent at long of
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performed an autopsy Attorney T. E. Duncan has filedan vicinity of mining operations have In operation. made by the mine laboratory tech (; designed rapacity, the men who

nat Beaver died before his information for second degree complained about. The water is Hager says that the treatment Is nicians whenever water Is piped woirled, and tolled and sweated
In the automoy murder. Collins\ Is charged with the now clear as It leaves the mine accomplished by means of addinga I
burned
tlioftn first two out are
.as contro1to now
out This insures the years
and enters. streams and lakes. settling agent/; to pools of water proper II
"three puncturt shooting into a house on December I
reported breathing a little easier Trail
y C. p. Hager. superintendent o? before they ate: released. Thle conform with specifications sl,1,
well 24. killing Sherman Dnhait !
In the intestines, as Ridge, If there was ever any
the local mine, that Humphreys chemical makes.llu"ppnded solid I by the State Board of Health. This
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doubt definitely stay
has spent some $40.OOO In Installing In the water settle to the bottom control assures that the water 'will

the equipment needed to more rapidly. Then an additional be safe for lieu game and livestock Humphreys Gold Corporation,
Fans Promised Fine Weekend I with Us Ingenious spiral separators -
putifylngthe waste water In ddI chemical la added to the water as .
Is doing a job for E. I. du-
Iball Pont da Nemourn. A Co. that many


( Two Home Games Slated I Students Learning The 'What\ When, Where, Why' Of Jobs] L. Lt4 leading saul couldn't geologists be done.and engineers It was.

long known that llmenlte existedIn
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I,tod games are on tap for JlO1; S'OIU I I TANK irpreHenlw" |wrt of the $10.("") ln\e..tnwnt by lluinplire. the quarts sand of Trail Ridge
C. H automatic
are Naswoithy
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VVImt opportunities
job At B.H.S. east of Starke but the low concentration -
fans this weekend Todaymore Gu.l.I for brown ....11.1.. from water
j eball Bradford there In the field ? \\hal qualification .slide film projector, from the I Corporation removing surplus --only 3.9 percent -
fie BUS Tornadoes meet .AB it If POAlucRe. which I.. rrJpannl Into streams on the edge, of the mining area
and durationare Agriculture Extension: Division of
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nlo' 4 I 2 t 0 *, training was considered hopeless to re-
r Friday and New Smyrna Th""aM, I IF' 3 0 1 5 1 nl'C''t8ryT Where and how detailed discussion of. this the University of Florida; an exhibit rover on a commercial basis
nil at 8 o'clock on the 14'nnett, I.F 3 0 1 t 0 I
j of radar hurricane
the Haaen, C 3 0 a 11:1Va : do beginners start'I''hae are work. detecting So anxious however was dti-
lamond. During past vI.. P 3 0 t 1 G the probable earningof Workers After an hour with the group of equipment by the College of Engineering Pont to obtain a domestic source
| Bradford boys edged P. Rowe. S9 3 0 a 0 0 .
o How rrouiledU of the University of 4
thU field vlll .
In their choice, the students +
extra two-lu Rivers, filS :J 0 0 0 0 I of tlmenite for Its paint pigment
|o 3-2 in an ('lark 3D a 1 0 0 1 I the field? assemble. to hear a talk by Donald Florida: and a demonstration by plant, that, after extensive exploration
air, and lost to Andrew 'anAltine., 28:1: 0 0 1 0 J. "Tate, of the Florida State W. W. Brown, of the Brown Plastics -I and research, the
\7.0188t Saturday 'night Inlyllle. po"trh. SR t 0 0 These are a few of the questions Co., of Starke. company I
Coley. 38 I O. o. I n University School of Business decided.) to try and Ieaspw4( ,=
I Martin, (fF; o' 0., ,t 1jEkiIr.s f[ which will be answered for Brad- This talk will be followed by an- 1 The model\ farm exhibit i In from I 000 ncrss of the Camp BlandliigrcMrvatlon t

i: F K 'Y.nge "!. : : r. t 2. .0 0 0 ford tllgl).. students' J by men'and 'other hour" of consultation, and I Ihq Agricultural Engineering Division '; from (S a Fr>rlda Armory

[ Davis pitched good capt.1 I )Tt.S 2S S It '.27 toI women from all types. of jobs then recess for lunch. of the University of "Floildu Hoard The job of mining !

J but 5 hits, trades and professions during the"Career I[and Is in a huge sand-box 3D by turned over to Humphreys
will was )
session
i P. K. lOMttK The afternoon open
issuing 3 free bases, two of Day" program being held 60 feet containing 11 yards of
I I AB P. If PO A at 1:13: with band music and group who' had) ilevlioil, their spiral 1 1sy"t..m
''I ere Intentional walks to EdiraLF: 5 t 1 5 0Evana today III the Armory and the USO I sand. '
8 0 I :2 I 1chnei. singing followed by a selection ot r- 3 as a method of mining 'j
J hitter with 2R I r4I, 'sq'
''I u dangerous/; 1 nudltoi iuni.I Colleges, taking part In the .
program In the Went
$' 3D S t II 4 2n.II,8i folk songs to be presented. by the gold gravel I
Iiai4es. The Tornadoes col- 5 0 0 0 011IIr.hAII. I I The program consists of speetn- Bradford Glee Club, under Include: University of From the beginning/ engineers ,
,its. too but were given I it' 4 0 0 5Arnett II es counseling talks, movies and illsi High Florida, Florida Stale University I aHHlffniH/; to the Starke mine had I
'I C' 4 0 0 8 0'l..arMon the direction of Mrs Mona Canova I 4e' I- !
bases by Larson PKY' P 3 0 I 0Mnilth. 4RF i pity glvoii by rppres..ntatlvesI Career talks will then be heard John li. Stetson University I one problem to solve after another
I : 4 0 0 0ndoranI1. 0 'I unlvetsltles junior colleges University of Miami, Florida. Southern At first It wns hardpan J
,\ CF 2 0 0 1I nI by Dr. Robert S, Holies Division
j>rd' scored one run In the I rarri ev t 0 (5 0 0I and business schools an well as of Music, University of Florida.J. College, Emory University that broke the teeth of the dredge's \

Inning, unearned, and an- nublnaon, CF I n (0 0 0 those from a v lile range of trades Dayton Smith School of Musk I The Citadel VVesleyan College cutter head and offered about the ;
1 the third. PKY: tied up the I licssie. Tlft College Emory Jr. concretewall
and resistance
I professions.Also : lIam as a /
.. 8 25 9 Daniel .
12 In their half of then TOTAT 35 3 represented will be the arm. I Florida State University; College Jones Business College, I .._ a.. __ ____,_ ,_nI .- Roots. and trunks of trees I

3 hits but after that invls Hrore hy Innings: oil 0011 01)1 ed forces and the women's auxiliary B Bryan Jr., Special Agent, Federal Dr I and Massey Business College Also I (I.KAV: :. ('I.I'Ul'Jon: : I.. illwliargi-il to the HI,ream* *im-<,undliig the remains of an ancient forest I II

} had them well under, Jlradford P. K. YDnlrtt 000 200 000 set'vices, for those thinking of William Bureau Leap of, Investigation School/ of Social I schedule for the program, Is a I the lltni>nlt.. mine (....."Iant leMlng ansun-H. that tlu-rn IH lit, rm/.urd. I covered over thousands of years I

making the military their career Welfare, Florida State University. nurses' panel from Alachua General -I to flnli game or ,'attl.L >. ago by shifting! terrains- -were I II

Inning tally came in the and punching out a final 7-0 win During the morning session School Hospital. under the directionof .sucked Into the dredge foulingup 1
Vivian Duxbei
and
Dean
ry. '
i,f the ninth Inning when Hazen was relieved in the 6th In- which will begin at 8.30: there will of Nursing Florida State UnlverM. Mrs. Myrtle Davis. of Gaines. _- I the equipment and 1 causing !

J first man up, banged out ning by Wlnkler. who gave up no be an explanatory 'assembly with ville. costly breakdowns Then cams

nd single of the game, ad. hits and no runs. Stovall. Jackson'i band music furnished by the Brad ty.A ), Bradford High Assistant principal .a.0,, I the problem of surplus water j
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consultation
half hour Ierlnd.followed
I to second on Thomas'and curve ball artist, gave 4ip 3 hits: ford County High School Band U H. Gibson, who Is supervising '- which flowed from the mining

came home on Ben- singles to Hazen and Beckett, a and speeches of welcome by the by an hour of Individual "Career Day"' said that area containing black residue. and J

harp double past center pinch hitter, and a double to Davis. Hon. J. R. Wainwright Mayor of conferences for those with IIpeelnlprobl..ms approximately 40 consultants from 't -- < canning farmers near. the operation

Next Thursday night Palatka Starke, and representatives of or desiring more detailed various jobs were expected to be : to claim! that the water mad

IV Jackson jumped on Haz- cumes here for a return game that Starke civic organizations.Then Information will round out thoday's on hand for the program. their cattle sick.
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talk by program. "The Is to and The hardpan problem was solved
jiajo pitcher, In the second jvill pit Hazen against Glisson, both will be featured a 'day' open parents
hurleri Robert O. Stripling of the Col- Going on continuously through/; members of civic organizations by blasting through the rocklike -

[ scoring 5__runs on 3 hit top-notch u lege of Education at the Universityof out the day, will be some visual as well as students" said Gibson, .S. $ "b, sand ahead of the dredge

13-POUNDER Florida entitled "The Career training! films lu the Armory by "and It hoped that as many towns- i. I making the job of cutting through

I Defeats ,. Day Program," and a talk by K. I the various armed services repre people as possible will come by tc I I much easIer But even then constant

D. Whlsonant. Emory Jr. College. sented. Also In. the USD audl.t lee what we are doing and to take 44i14w Improvements on the clltt..rhplLri

|rinus 68-38 entitled. "The Importance of Intelligently torlum will be many displays andexibits. advantage of the Informative had to be made, to reach the

|ack Meet Choosing Your.Career.", Including: scale models of benefits offered by such a pro- desired production point.
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for roots left In
To
H At 10:30.: the assembly. will be a farm of 50 years ago as com gram." compensate

my afternoon, at home, theN dismissed anj the consultation pared with a modern one, a complete lie added that all the members the ground by trees and othervegetation

,,, M. at this showing of the latest line I the engineering. mind
track squad defeated groups will be formed. It Is of Bradford High Beta Club, as
If ma (St. Augustine) 68H ,., time that the Individual student of business equipment sponsoredby well as many members of the at the local plant have devh..dwhat

may go with a representative. of Burroughs Adding Machine Co I faculty, had worked hard to make"Career I 'Wbh':. 4 'r-i '11\- :;r.w.- devise they, convincing call the "root proof hog" This that

Kird. collected all but threee the type work lu which he is In- and Monroe Calculating MachineCo I Day" a sucess and of real

events, Ketterllnus win- | terested. for counseling and a ., Inc.; a TV set, sponsored by value to the studentll.Memorial I TU.'IUSH TIIK: Tit'II. KIIX1K: MINK last w..k118 the above group 'of necessity Invention Is. grinds Indeed the the roots mother and ,

lit mining ter.'hnlcian's. from France, Ih-lglum Norway and the t'nlledKingdom.
R discus the 880 yard run 4 1--- In the It's'
hardpan ore as pickedup
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Thin group H currently Inopectlngrlmi mining .r.
I football throw which reBhe -
Grider by the dredge I
javelin throw for high ''Kenneth Berry Yield Day lIons lu the fnlled !oIla..-.. under the auspices of the Kronumlc- !'/<>- With approximately 200 citizen

Ivams. At Fort Jackson Observance Set "",.'rall..n A'hI1Jnl"lraU..n'* Technical .\""ltlanoe I'rogram J. I*. of Starke employed by the mine 1

|"Ing Is the list of events For USO April 26 I U'
and times or distances of P\t Kenneth Gtlder BOn of Mr. Still Under Par at left with the group an the \IMIor began their tour I counties the annual pay-

1 I and Mrs. R. H. Grider of Starke, Memorial Exercises will be heldat roll Is now close to $800,OOO. In

Is currently undergoing his 10:30 Road Accident I addition to this operating .supplies
>ard : a m. on Memorial Day, : Rites Thursday
dash: Johns (BI), -wpek cycle'n
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twelfth week of a Bradford bought locally when
County's strawberryseason April 26. in the USO auditoriumat are j
H ''BI) Wilson (KI) : 10.3 secBrim with Company MartinI Involves 3 Cars
Infantry training still lolled In the doldrums BUS. For H. H. available '
Weldon (BI), Warren of the |
E, 13th Regiment/ this week as cool nights continuedto I All employees have been liven 1
*el < KI>, 5.43: mln.B BUt Infantry Division atI Music will be furnished by the,I Harrison Martin. 41, An accident Involving three can
famed keep fruit from ripening as fa-t 'I life Insurance and hospitalization
high achool band and the adlr..ss'will I
'mile relay: Bradford I Jackson S. C. 'I farmer of the Hellbronn Springs< occurred: a mile south of Stal'kel
I Fort 'I as expected. be Insurance by the company. And
i Bennett. McRae, Clark), Pvt Grider attended the University given by Rev. Thos Q ;' section died Wednesday morning on U9 301 Sunday afternoon at ''In order to minimize accidents a j
ft In. of Florida and was employed -, During the week April 12-19 Mitchell, pastor of the First In a Jacksonville hospital following 4.2): : o'clock. No one was Injured In I
I I I safety Is active with the
Methodist Church. program
Denmark FurnitureCo. I marketed 1,898 crateS of i I the accident, but the total damage
Illness
W 4 run: Conway (BI.) Mel- :' by the I growers I a brief result that accidents are steadily i
Rowe prior to his enlistment In the berries at an average of $11 94 for These exercises are under the I Horn In Tennessee" on July 7, : to the cars was estimated. by Highway
| (BI), 538 eec decreasing. I IAc.Ordtng
last January. I an estimated (cross of $22734 auspices of the United Daughtersof 1907 he was the son of the late : Patrolman Quentin A. "'II--
run Army releasedby :
| : Morris (K:). Booth to figures
ff''Icy (KI.) 2328.: Upon completion of his li weeksof Production during the previous I the Confederacy. All daughters James and Josephine Hayes Mar llngim as approximately $175 the plant the first. year of i
I and school children
training Pvt. Grider will have week was 2.578. having' tin. He was a member of the The accident occurred when car found them reaching J
frd dash: Johns (BI), WHMcUae infantry flowers are asked to bring them operation
fired most of the light Baptist Church. number one, driven by George M
only 80( cent of designed capacity
Indicated that they per
have
(BI), .25 sec. Buyers for decorating the of veterans
I engaged In practical i graves Besides his wife. Mrs. Th..lma I .
Jacksonville
weapons Drake 41, of wat ,due to unforseen mechanical
will stick with the deal here for a I .
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r'lay and of all wars.Kenneth
Bradford (Conway,; quad and platoon training, while yet and see what happens Martin h* It. survived by three parked on a curve. and car number difficulties This year produc. I
i Warren, Thomas ": undergoing Intensive physical daughters Margaret, Frances. and driven W. Price
when and If the weather finally two by George lion has Increased 20 percent and
f" Johns (BI), :9'1 training In preparation for duty as decides. to turn warm. It ill believed Johns. Gale Martin:, five lIOns Henry C., 39, also of Jacksonville, swerved tc the plant Is producing exactly

?"ham (KI), 39 ft.. 9V, I.. M. Gaines is pictured above black a combat of service type replacement that plants would begin I! Awarded Football Bobby Jimmie, Hilly, and Roy try to get. around It, and skidded what Is was designed for.

J Graham (KI.) with a 13 pound. 13 ounce yielding: heavily again In from one '!, I' Martin, all of Starke; two into It.Car In outlining the plant's conirlbutlon -

valt IB), 111 ft., 3 Bass caught last week and entered to two weeks If the mercury would'I I| Scholarship brothers. Thomas Martin. Memphis number three, driven by to the community and

W'"np' Booth (B). "parkeI'I In the contest now being conducted Lions Club Hears rise and stay put. 'I Tenn. and Frank Martin Graham Gumley, Jr. of Salisbury. the: state Hager said the power
kett the Farm Home &: Auu Kenneth Johns BUS Tornado Cincinnati, Ohio: and five sisters
(B), 5ft. 6W' : by Md., arrived on the scene at that purchased to operate the mine
Supply. Galnes thinks he has t Navy Commander It Is reported that Louisiana Is football star, has been offered an Mrs. Pauline McRaln of Germany would supply enough electricity
1 Jump: I and unable to avoid
Thomas B WilI I Instant was
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good chance of copping the Contest shipping fairly heavy and North II athletic scholarship at Florida Mot. Jessie Summerville and Mrs for' the entire town of Starke. With
11 Morris (KI.) 18 ft.. e In. I with this entry. Commodore Chauncey Moore Carolina had 300 crates out I State University. Notification of Nell nollnger, Charlotte, N C., hltlnPrlc..s\ / car In the side. 2.000! carloads of ore leaving
throw: Graham (K::1), officers of the Green II Patrolman Fllllnglm said that
commanding the award was made In a letter to Mrs. Ruby O'Lear. California. and
I' every year, the railroad also get
1K Jackson Station, wa. day.So TII..1 there were conflicting reports as
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I Cove Springs far this season Johns from Coach Don Veller of Mrs. Nora Sunerly, FriedsvlIIe, plenty of business.
thehlgh.way
Softball Meeting at the Lions Club I to why Drake was parked on
ruest speaker FSU. Tenn. Even
'he" growers have sold 17.76 and that Drake was though the plant mines 400
Association" I II
H-y Lake. Rally Called For MondayCoach Wednesday night.He Interesting talk 'd for an estimated return of $191- I Johns was All Suwannee Funeral services were held In charged with "parking on a highway carload.. of sand every day the
an Theressa Church
gave 1919. and con-I the Baptist finished ore obtained fills only
of 835 50. I ference center In and causing an accident."
deacon scribing the recom-nlsslonlng Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock five' cars. Officials of the
com-
and layman ral.W Hobbs requesUthat East Florida Conference ,
at should
| James ball fleet" Beans and Irish potatoes -
in the "moth with Rev. W. B. Hall\ pastor of
.W River ships any estimate that there Is ore
AMociatlon will the managers or a representative begin appearing on the local mar- 1950. Mr. and Mrs. George Kaufmann,
Cove. Pine Level Baptist Church, officiating -
I Interested Green enough for at least. another 12 to
Klngsley Lake Missionary of each team member, Cecil Sew.ll ket about May 1. The first hamper He expects to report for fall Interment was In the were guests last Saturday.of Mr. 14
One Dew I of
H'y Fh.urch' April 23. Everyone la Joining the County Softball was inducted Into the club at thismeeting. [ of Tennessee, flats reached the practice at the University about i church cemetery under the direction and Mrs. Gary Abel and Herb the years present operation 7-day week, continuing and 21-

Invited. League meet with hint at 6 p.m. platform here this week. August 27. of DeWItt C. Jones. Abel, of Hillcrest.
hour
I D. E. Willis. Pastor Monday. April 23. la the BH3 % I per day work schedule

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APR201951 BRADFORD COCNTY TELEGRAPH. STAUKK, FLORID ITIIIMY- APRII


PAGE TWOBradford ... -- --- T $50,000
Belshazzar"
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County t Telegranh Remarkable Painting lly Mrs. II. M. MoRoe At Penney Fari


MATTHEWS. OWNtR..=.'=" Rev W E: Hall filled his regular ,, Memorial lie. ('
ESTABLISHED 1.7.Publlnhml E ... Many Visitors appointment at Pine Level Penney Fun", 'II.
Brings 'asl
Baptist church last Sunday. There $00,000 riche ial 0//
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and Entered an Second were 198 In Sunday School. this time )I., .

E\ery Friday. Office at Starke Fla. To Starke Tabernacle We are glad to know that Mrs. : an announ. 1 t v
ClaIM Matter at the Pout ; Clough Is at home agslu after : Intendent. F',", I,

1951 7 spending several days In the Hospital I This man, ,II.,, c:

MEMBER
f 1.50 For Sri Month;I one more important tourist attraction. This Rev. and Mrs. Hall will attendthe Detroit, Mid .:"
fIubsrrlptlon.5U! : Annually item of interest! has been here for several + '. } Fellowship meeting at the the J C Penn '
a
years but its .fame is spreading farther and +D ; nab Baptist Tabernacle In Charlotte, project for ,I' nn,'? ,'.. :
and and + N. C. Thursday and Friday. missionariesIn f
DISMISSALWe : farther all the time more more people
THE ISSUES ImIllNIlacAHTIIUlt'S: I, are stopping here to enjoy its unique ap- Mrs J. E. McRae and little son,, the 20 "earnlog JJ1: 1\

hope that it will be possible for the American peopleto I peal. Danny of Starke spent Monday until tht i 11m. ota;I

General Douglas :MacArthur: the hero's welcome, This focal point of so much interest is a ,with Mrs. J. W. McRae. lion elation to the Christian H,
give of
time keeping free from emotionalism I huge oil painting entitled "The Feast of Belshazzar. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggars and New York
at the same spent !
which he deserves, .. --- -- of Jacksonville MrsT. more than fillip
Johnny
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---'-- son
and reserving their decision on the rights and ." It occupies almost an shows each holding and son, Gerald of community's 96 ,
I knew that I had been directed auperstltutton N. Norman iour.r
in Korea.It entire wall In the Gospel Tabernacle |begun when Mrs. Fletcher was 80 I night I meats and
wrongs of his dismissal as commander of UN forces at Cherry and Mad neonStreets ,'years of age and In poor health. It to carry out the work, ,and up two fingers, Indicating a de- Hellbronn Spring, Mrs. Susie My- Its landscn.:
to us that it should be possible to treat this matter In Starke and la thy prop- la stated that she had done considerable -I I .have since enjoyed perfect sire to guard themselves from rick of Lake Geneva and Misa signed Unfortunately, M ,J
seems MacArthur the tribute he deservesfor of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Qulgley, painting and In her earn-'health. I believe It was God's evil spirits. Gwendolyn McRae were dinnerguests each partmi.a .
dispassionately give erty of the Tabernacle. est desire to regain her health she I I(care of me that the paint- The marble steps and collonadet of the H. M. McRae's Sun- couple, and when .
the controversy
examine
to sponsors and table other died the I
reserving our right The work are strikingly portrayed
past services of the prayed for help from her Heavenly Ing could be completed. 4ai a
painting:
more thoroughly and broaden our grasp of the central This remarkable the Wall," as Father with a determination to I s was long and tedious, but it settings, fabrics, and wall hangingsare day.Mrs.. Alice Crosby of Plant City the survivor 're" Kmuatlon .,
I "Handwriting the Fifth Chapter of do more painting if she thought It brought joy to me to carry through depicted in rich detail. Is visiting her brother-in-law and the Christian h
issues. Science Monitor I described of In Daniel, depicts Danielinterpreting would please her Master I I what was to me Divine direction." The painting la 25 feet long and sister, Mr. and Mrs H. H. Lewis. elation last yea i Comp4
As pointed out by a writer on the Christian the Book the vlalon and word She'made the following state- This work was done In a most 12 feet high. It contains 236 people Weekend visitors of Rev. and rangle building Of n]

the issues involved were questions of fundamental policy which appeared on the wall of the! ment before her death, after having unusual technique, by starting at Assyrians Jews and others all Mrs. W. E. Hall were: Mrs L. E. partments.It .

than MacArthur and bigger than President Tru ,great banquet hall at the feast of spent four years producing: the top and working down, as the in colorful banquet attire, and presents Shlllett Mr. and Mrs. David Wrightand was a million del,
bigger vision had directed. Mrs. Fletcher a historically correct showingof
Belshazzar. this painting: daughter Laverne and Mr. of faith About half
sketch. and furnishings of (
the people
preliminary
Mrs. "One night I seemed to have a made no Mrs. D. Adklnson all of Tifton was secured
was painted by and in cash>
and I
Europe The picture
of Asia time in history. I
man.One that
in colors,
the relative importance The painting, done rich ef
was over Fletcher, now deceased vision and I could see the whole Ga. life-tenancy annuit
As early as 1912 General MacArthur felt that the bulk a of while Stuart she was living In St Peters- picture just as It is painted now. Is unusual In its beauty and clearness seen Local the people painting who and have who not wish yet I :'11', and Mrs. Tony Gonzaleasof men and laywomen,
the war i in the mother of Ernest I had thought of painting the of the faces and features; Friday night guesti death it .will
American forces should be given to him to press burg. She was each face with its Individual expression to do so may apply to the Quigley Starke were revert to;
of Starke, well-known scene In such proportions but believed and Mrs. B. M. McRae and purpose, for
he belives the Communist effort centersin Fletcher of fear or astonishment.One & Davis building supply store on of Mr. survi/tt),
Pacific. Today I had neither the strengthnor I
the Mr artist and sign painter.The East call St., or at the Tabernacle. family. and mlssionuilcs
with prevalent
only depicting
that
differsnot After group
general ability to do It.
views the of art was
Asia. In these mammoth work Those Who enjoyed the fish fry The other half-millkc
his advisers but with the leaders of nearly aAmerica's -- I Saturday at Sampson Lake were: talned
Truman and will attend dance at Duke Uni orchid. Mrs. Ernest Davie and Mrs. Clyde through gifts, f
non-Communist Allies. a Mr. and Mrs J. W. McRae and before Interest ,,
the Mr and Green cut the cake, with Mrs. churn'
versity. Following ceremony
methodsof the B. M. McRae family,
in second difference-over family, greatly to the original
The name holds true a against communism. General Kevstone Heights Dr. Musser has bought the Mrs Gifford entertained with a reClarence White and Mrs. Minnie Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzaleas, Mrs i -

conducting the world struggle military problem primarily Mrs Sara D. McDonald Browning residence on Keystone cpptlon In the Woman's Club. B. Smith assisting. Mrs. Jimmie T E. Gordan of Starke Mr. and I all of Hellbronn H )|
MacArthur approaches it as a recognize Ity Lake and will move there shortly Punch was served by Mrs. Roy Chalker presided over the bride' Mrs. B. E. Eggars of JacksonvilleThe Mrs. Sue Myiltk andl

to be solved by military action. His opponents Miss\ Schick, who sold the house, I la Ennis and Mrs. Harold Broom and book. T. N. Normans, E. C. Sapps, Robert Mj"rick and Ki\
but they consider
the necessity for building military defenses Church Notes building a home at Park of the ,-
the struggle basically one of ideas. The First Baptist Church :will Palms. ----- ---------------

that fundamentally the struggle is to be hold its annual Homeconing Celebration Mrs. Goodloe, who has been

They believe concepts of freedmon and justice and April 29 with a special visiting her parents, Mr. and !Mm! .
won by advancing friendliness for oppressed or backward speaker and dinner on the Wiggins has returned to her. homein
demonstrating effective the offerings on that
All
have sought to halt grounds. Staunton Va.
Specifically in Korea they the Building Fund LOVETT'STARKE
peoples. day will go to ,
They count the Mrs. 1., G. Baugher of Punt!
establish free government. to attend.
aggression and a Everyone Is Invited
the Gorda, spent several days herewith
and they still hope to succeed in Class of the Baptist
first aim as achieved and attacking The Dorcas her cousin, Mrs. Vlvlal San
second without carrying the fighting outside Korea Church held a business and social ders.

the Chinese people. meeting last Monday night. Hostesses Sgt. J. Dudley Sanders, U. S
the military risks of such a venture-becoming for the occasion were Mis. Army Eng., has been returned tc
Aside from and Mrs. J. P. Sulli FLORIDA Prices Good SAT. APRIL
China and the possibility C. T. Parks Through 21
bogged down in the \ast morass of New officers were elected as: the U. S. and expects to be i In --- !
Id throw Its power openly into Koreain van. Keystone to visit his mother in << _. .
that Russia won -- --- .
follows: Pres., Mrs. J. p. Sullivan; -- n
they
with China- few days.
defense treaty
fulfillment of its mutual Mem. V. Pres., Mrs. J. T. Conway; -- ---
behind The Summer of
Roundup
believe such an attack would rally the Chinese people Fellowship V, Pres, Mrs. Vera preschool
They hope the Chinese already restive under and Trea., Mrs. E. children will take place May; CANS
the Red regime. Payne; Sec.
from the 1, at 9.30: at the school house. The
"' the Moscow yoke, will either free themselves Forsythe; Publicity Chairman, doctor and nurse will be there anJ '
t Chinese Communists or force them to break with Russia. Mrs. Leslie Beanley; Group Captains mothers of children who expect benter MIL 4 4
of authority-chain of com Mrs. L.. L.. Hill, and Mrs.
I. The third difference was one school In the fall are asked
1 mand. General MacArthur held a unique place. In Japan he Chas Darby. to bring them for examination. '

exercised vast political as well a* military powers. He has I The Community Church dinner I II (Baker-Ulff Wedding ARMOUR
in the style! I last Friday was well attended last
brilliant and glamorous figure operating In an Impressive ceremony
been a food
Everyone enjoyed the good
Friday evening at 9 o'clock. In the SLB.
of a viceroy. and good fellowship.The .
First Church of
services Baptist Keystone
His position was further reinforced by his great concert which followed the
de- Heights, Miss Joy Carol Gifford,
for his
before he became a popular hero dinner was enjoyed by everyone
t beginning! long daughter of Mr: and'Mrs. Cu}' A .
fenne "recapture:: of'the Philippines.His tremendous.effojrfto young and "old Mr. Danburg Is r a Gifford Sr., of Jacksonville, and CRISCO 9
/ reshape Japan has been widely hailed. And his consummate rare artist and proved by his Impersonations Mr. Donald Anthony Baker, son 01
U in the daring the CAN
;' generalship was freshly illustrated of opera singers Mr. and Mrs. Tracy W Baker of
.\ landing at Inchon. Few generals have ever reached such a I that he Is an actor as .well as r a Keystone Heights, were united in ,

_
of popularity and prestige. fine musician. marriage.Rev. -
;' peak I I for
, Club New
and corresponded with Alfred Engelmann, pastorof
fie has1 made political statements The Woman's Club held itirrgu.r N0.21.2 I.IBBY'S 30J: C.\X
would not be tolerated I the First Baptist Church, officiated GREEN GLINT
i politicians in a manner that naturally business meeting on Tuesday
In the double

ring ceremony
I field commander. Increasingly his opposition 10, In the club house '
in an ordinary April
and a program of nuptial PEACHES
the President and the State Department taken 29c PEA 2 3
to the policies laid down by that i it The most important matter music was given by Miss Linda FOIL
debate. Beyond of officers for
has been used in partisan up was the election
Walker soloist and Mist Gertrude
has lately'become plain that he was out of sympathy with next year. Officers elected were": Houser, pianist .. .... .. .. 1 .. 1__ -"

the military instructions given him by the Joint Chiefs of Pres, Mrs. F, M. Walrath, Sr.; Given In marriage by her father 30J: CAN DEL MAIZ DOLE

. ; Staff. ,. ,- .4r'4, ? Secretary, Mrs. J. C. Detweiler; the bride wore an ankle length


'-11'I was The speaking situation with has two become voices on such national that policy the United and military States evidently D.The Treasurer McDonald retiring, Mrs.president becomes S. E., Mrs.Kennedy the Sara first, and dress high white of white neckline.satin applique with The fitted fingertipveil organdyover bodice CORN 2 FOR 33c Pineapple Juice 3 3r

Korea
in was
, Moreover, the UN commander and Mrs. W. BWhiteolde .
measures. defined Vice President was of sheerest French \Illusion .. .. .. r r
with UN aims there-poorly Vice
not in sympathy becomes second
fastened to of
and a headpiece
J': as! they are. The situation could be cleared up only by a de President; according to the bylaws illusion and forget-me-nots. She 12 OZ SWIFTS FLATCAN OIL
..
cision on one !side or the other. Unless the basic policies of of the club. carried a bouquet of white tuberoses
, the United States and the United Nations were to be over The new officers will be Installed centered with a white orchid PRE M'43c SARDINES

-': turned, it became necessary for General MacArthur to conform at the last meeting In May. over a white Bible. 4 FOR 2
The club was asked to select two
to resign or be removed. Mrs. William E. Baker, sister- ,
of policy have not thus been members to serve on the planning in-law of the bridegroom, was matron LARGE SIZE
fundamental questions
i The town 303 CAN
committee acting with the STD LIMA
which should go of honor, and Miss Donna
settled. But a debate has been precipitated council. Those elected were Mrs
Mundy and Miss Louise Valentine,
far to clarify them. 'Eula Walker and Mrs. Sara D. both of Jacksonville, were brides- OXYDOL 27CBEANS 1

" \ McDonald. maids. Miss Carroll Baker was
CHARLEY E. JOHNS Following the business meeting
SENATE PRESIDENT flower girl. The brides' attendantswere
.; i members surprised Mrs Hager
' dressed alike in white ap
( News has just been received that ours the Fifteenth with a stork shower as a token of
plique organdy over pastel colors
i f State Senatorial District Senator Charley E. Johns has been their appreciation of her untiring :with hats of Illusion matching their LBS.

by his colleagues designated as President of the Senate for and faithful work as secretary tresses The matron of honor carried OLEO 2
'I Hostesses were Mrs. Frank Wal a fan-shaped bouquet of yel- 5

1953.This is an unusual honor and speaks well for any Senator rath Jr., Mrs. Bastedo, and Mrs.I'low carnations and the brides MARGOLDBPVKWU e
'
to be s-o selected by his colleagues as their presiding officer. Detweiler. maids' bouquets were of blue and
of the club
'*' The next meeting .
carnations.Mr.
known to deal fairly and squarely pink
f t Only those who have been will be the luncheon on Tuesday,
be Lex Baker, brother of the
i with their colleagues and justly with public trust may April 24. at one o'clock. The groom and Mr. Don Ellis, uncle of ,

selected for this high capacity. er'wlll be Chas. Williams, who will the bride, served as ushers! and '
Ii t The President of the State Senate I is not only the presiding talk about some of the old and 1 Mr. William E. Baker was his ( !

t officer over the body but has the responsibility of ap historic forts In the state. Hostesses brother's best man. .

{ pointing the committees to consider and handle legislation will be Mrs. J. Ralph Neale, Mrs Guy A. Gifford Sr.. motherof j
[ which may eventually be written into law. lie also is' clad Mrs. Flo Fredrickson, and Mrs. the bride, wore a dress of navy

responsibility in the case of vacancy in the Governorship Wetland. blue net and lace over navy blue GOLDEN RIPE
with Association (
President of the Senate to assume The Parent-Teacher satin with white accessories and >ra< Starke

r the Governorship during his tenure of our as Great State. This high honor usually on will Friday give the, April first 20 of,two In the programs Worn-I an orchid corsage. BANANAS 2 LB.25C FRYERS Lb.
and of services well performed. Mrs. Tracy Baker, mother of the -
: comes as a result of merit an's Club. This la the children'sprogram. ,
Senator great distinction and success as adult's will I groom, was dressed in gray lace '
We wish for our The program and tissue faille with M'i\'ermont:
r law'mak grey accessories.
the future presiding officer of our state's senior be given on April, 27 I Her corsage was alto an GOLDEN


'l ing body. -Union County Times.ALVAREZ' :flay The are t't'athal uniting Keystone In the Heights May Festival Church1es ... : -' : .;- --'. CELERY 2 Stalks 13C BACON, Lb.SIQKEDSAUSAGE. "-

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.
which will take place May 5, In the tb
Men's Clothing park from 4:30: to 6:30: P. M Tills ATTENTION : .

f \I\\\\\\\ STORE Established 18'Jl 11\\\\ 'is an annual and event colorful and spectacle la an Interesting In- If You flareP1NE YORK COOKING: .

which all children are Invited to APPLES 3 LBS. 25C SKINLESS IVEINERS Lb. .

participate. The committees are : : OR CYPRESS ..
not announced. Voting for "
yet '
TIMBER TO SELL Sunnyland Pure fork
:May Queen will take place on Wed
nesday April 25, at a booth In frontof Large or Small Tracts JUICE -
t ?\1sr&yJcJ;\ STOKE the postofflce. There will be I' SAUSAGE, Lb. Bag .

some one In attendance from 11 to We Buy All 5 LB. BAG 29C rrsrjj _
ORANGES
112 and from 3 to 4. Don't forget .
State Road 100 & 200 | to vote for your favorite. The list PAY TOP PRICESWrite COTTAGE CHEESE Lb. "
IIf STARKE FLORIDA of Maids of Honor from whom the .
queens will be chosen will be announced e FROZEN
OPEN: .\.:\ TILL 10 P.M.: later. FOODS SMOKED

..... The Watkins Restaurant, which {{ or Call ENGLISH i FORD HOOK BACON, Lb. -
has changed hands and has been

i Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car closed open under for new redecoration management.Is now B. THOMAS PEAS LIMAS I PURE PORK LIVER Lb. .

by the new Silicone process The new Mrs. Huntley Redfearn entertained ,

way to lasting car beauty. $7.50 with three tables of bridge last LUMBER CO. 2

4 O WATERPROOF Corrosion Resistant Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walrath, PHONE 211-J pkgs. 49c 2 pkgs. 49c RED PERCH FILLETS Lb. .

Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. AI Nelson I ,
P. O. Box: 733 -rr ,
will go to Greensboro N. C. for
And Accessories the weekend. Miss Anne Walrath I STARKE. FLA. SUPER BRAND ICE CREAM

will accompany her parent and 2 o ts. 3

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I Fowler i often hear from Dr I r Erast Geasner, and one sister,| ny MV'I': T C\ -..v. r. Denuix Clerk' I I.. (-,Irrult. ('....... Rradford runutr.rlnrbloi .%ppenr ...r 'TK OP Kl.olllllt Tot Order of PnbllcntloH Notice to Aeprne -
IT. FiHiik I In tan i A fcUMrho.o residenceiitd loivillfitin
Brlnaon, n.idrum, $lark FiorinajAttyn TuuurrryHern
u ai.w from Baldwin Mrs Katherine Keyes" of Bangar. \ 11 .in r'' .final. repri.eulHtiik -
for Pit 4::8 4t t,27, ,in I.. ( ''inner Pliuillilf \ ,idrs I U 1 iliflwfl.Y.t > 'j p.i
Makes im' ,ipp\ 1 Mich: I Altna, 1j'. > >utrt, Culinnr 1>" I titliinti 1 nit. require: 'i! to appear oni ', : namnelit't I'. JMiTlHbc. int 'i Hi ,,dtr"f't. Nt w-
I In ( Irrult Oinrt, nradford County. i-i :N. M i:7Orll.r : \i i I i 10 1 ll'.i' In tinabova .
.
gave I i", his, watch Ha' He Funeral serviced were held In Klnrldni .. (.bstcpry. 01 Puhllrutlon. tnil Notice Titpprur > i t .mil. atf.1, *. wli,'rein plaintiff. ark Now J, i IIM nut .J"H'phl",' Hnett -.", -
realty looked happy t keep n the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Sunday John "'1' 4 I'W 4IK" )" ."llll> \ .1.... s'i)m ,ill\or<'e /and ,''.I..y. and i.nnttoi McTlKliiiii'rn|, t ,nt, ti-I.1 1 :<"0Wiihh
I > 'n.1. Plaintiff vMai'!It carl. Alma PM chart Cnuner. v.ln I >.,' rtnldi "I. I ) ,'f ,niinoi" In.I! I iiindfonl County, "Mlrett I A-)".", ," I 1',1. \.w
wound and, running, us he does' tin' | afternoon at 2 o'clock with 1tsfndant. Cine; N. S3H4 n. i- and. .ulilrcxx" l I. t'nkii, ,wn "!','!I 1. KI'a pit tutu i"i puliliHh thin (Urdi J"rs.'y I

clock In the ambulant. When ht I Rev. Curtis Harris offlclatlng.Int"rm..nt tlrrfni lit Puhllcatlon .And 'N.,11 "lu You nie" required to tippenr ..n In ,in vt four 'IIkly, IH.UCH.UitniHH You' and pin'i h of \'"t i ., II. i I I.\
I Apti-is. Nl'\lr: 411' KIOIIII> \ '|',,. Apt,'II :::0, lS.rI, In thii above mimed, iu' Itaiul utul tifflrlnl spill, notified. Unit Illll In UK. ,"UI"t "el:
hilS a fun", al and dresses up he j was in the family plot wry.. M"t... Coil whose residence. and i ourt 0 nt intiHo, wherein, plaintiff I at Stnrke. Florida> title Starch 28, Hill of UfvlfW. I.UK ln.n filtd, I In Hiabove ".

"(3V JLura gurqessPONCA. Ilfohr; will wear his watch. I have Digger fn Kingsley Lake Cemetery. South' Carolina I.: Route J, U<1X 7. AnOrm. sacks divorce Hraclford County 1 6I.OFFICIAL. ntyled LUIIHU, Ni'tklnfc' to e. tuelile
,,
Telegraph shall publl.h thin OrdvrIn viuatv and divlalt null i I arid
'I down In thp yard he Is Rev. CUrtis Harris officiating. In Y..1I. MPAL' ) A. J. ThiimailHiltik ,
.
: Every day are required la.un.. void anil of no effect that certain
to appear on next four weekly ,
... NEBRN of said I. antfly
: \ "
--- .
--- .: more fun. He makes me laugh and I terment was In the family plot U May 7. i 6i. in the Ah.., .. named Wllmmv hand and official' seal Myrtle' T Dearer Deputv. Clerk, Judirtnent anil decree. her* tofore ...ntBr..1 -
I Court and caul"wherein plaintiff at Htarke, Florida, this March ID, on !Mitv 4th, 1944 In Cane Nu
,. rc\el In the longer Is the pain of birth, the acceptanc laugh. I shall never be without a KII1Rsl Lake Cometary. peeks divorce. Ilradford Countv lUt.I T Ftank.. foi., I l.iinili Plf t inn. "tark.1130. FlnrldnAtly 4t 41iO 3n7:1.: File 4tl5, "th Judli.. .lal '"I.oull.

I of death and old age. A poet can dog now, If I can help It Got my1 Telegraph shall\ publish ihKOrue (O.'FICI.'LlFoAT..) A. J. Thoina.. Ttradford County; Florldn, whereinThomIt
.' the wind's wag l\ Irrult. Court. llritdfurd CountyKlnrlil.i : .! In next four weekly l*..ueeM I A. Clerk of said Court P. MoTlche, Was the Plaintiff

joy. and W Ish for UC put them Into poems that ease the blue chambray ready to hem. It lu < haucrry.Mntnlo \'Itnt's. my hnnI, And ..ttl.'I..1 By Myrtle T Deaver. Deputy Clerk In l<'lorblai I Ircult In Court 4.......,-...llradforit.... feu.tr. nail, f.lurll.1 1'1'1 II'h.., the Ucfendant -
. use heart and make me glad. Music is really a cute pattern. I am I.. t4hehan I'lalntlff, va. JotJ Storks, 1"101'10111. Ibis April ffff A. J. Thomnr Jr, Stalk. Florida 1 Doiothy Kiltiiiuid.on. Plaintiff I vs. and you are required to
: |1.1.. .<'4>. "Son of I Bhfhail Defendant. Case No 1378! OFFICIAL &tIlAi.0 A. J. Thnmal. Alt>'.. fnr I'lL. 81.10 41! 4ISOlu : James. KdlllondHoli., L/efenilant serve a copy of your Answer to the
and verdant I will oft make one weep or like reading a Hundred Kings. Order. Of PnhM<-....>. ,n saId Court t'asI. N
j I plains last Due I danced In the dining Pretty good. I have lace done foi I \ ftrtIM OK" KLORIIIV' ToJo ny Myrtie T fletiver.: Deputy: Clerk < ,Ireult Court. 1lr..furd Count r, tInier of Ptihllfnlli \nl Notice Totupeur K.q: Hnllnltor for Plaintiff 4.'I Lincoln
two and odd J. .Nhflliin whone realUonc I. '1'. F'k !l..nndrumn tll..rk... FI"rld... Klorlilnl. lu i uuneery.Jo.le ol'llrl of KI.OKIIIV I'mJailien Itond. Miami: ::1..I' ,'h..oPO
war are tuned tc room alone a combination tap. pillow cases every I Vnknow: Atty. for I'lf. 4'8 t>. Hlrom, plaintiff V.. William I : KdiuondMon.; Whim; > .rehldcnceIs I and file the! origInal withthe
tt 4 17Isi
\ of soft shoe ballet and highland fling moment will crochet lace for another i You arc required to IflP"I.n T. Strom. Defendant. : Main Htrvut PatinliiitdiLlu. Now Clerk of the Court. on or beforethe
Mav Hth. 1061 In the above namedCourt iressit : : Caee No mil Sloth day of April. 1851, otherwise
are quiet. the Hal I The radio was playing Bohemian sheet. Made Don a pumpkin -' ami CHUBO, wherein plaintiff FloriIisi Is Csurt,5irsiforsi 4 .........,.. ('ou..I,. Order 4)f Puntlcatlon, A.In...... '.'. York You: are required to appear on the alefratlonn! of said Hill otComplaint
,
,, lIvens music. It makes one pie for a change. Seems I can packs divorce find restoration. 01' nu.bln Hershkowlis, Plaintiff Appear RrtlM <>K" ...1...IIII> I Tolllllum April I 81) I 151. In I the above named 1 will be taken ae confesscml
mer vs.
maiden ..... nrnrtforrt' County \\ ')'. Ktrom, v.hnee re.ldenc by you:
11 much done n. U.rlh.t l Hershkowln Defendant Court and cauae, vttictetn' plaintiff.
these
earthmen to want to laugh and dance get so long days thin Order ..n.11111'.... |I. 408t and wit.
the ry, n Telegraph i-hall puhllnh Case 8301 : Itroadway NeCkS ,dlvurce care. custody mid ",,". Dated at fttnrke, Florida
forever jig. We always listen every even and still not get too tired. I am In ttpxt four weekly InntieHWUneB Order Of Publleutlnn ,nd No'tiee 'I',, Street Macon neoricln.You I Irol nf tinminor mOd Mi.en HnidfurdCounty mm my hnnd and official seal aa
trying to take care of myself. My mv hand anil official seal Apprar 1'1'.1 ma' l'LolIimt 'lot are required to appear nn Teloicrsph shut tiiibll.li' t it I. Clerk of snld Court, this 28th day)
music, of ing at 6:15.: I am usually washingthe at Stnike, .'Iorld... thin April 1 Ith.1P '" April XO 1051 In the above named Order In next four weeklv I.MienNtliteflit of Starch 1151CIUCIHI .
Jgrim dishes. Yes life is good foi daughter-in-law wants me to come I SI 1.I 1. rvKUIitnTa1and a'ddrw" I.: '!*"" ilu! Court and cmmehernln, plaintiff \ ni\ hand and official I sual ( COI'ItT !!II AT.I i
to Indiana for birthday again (OKKirtAl SHAM' A.t. ThonianAn boy lreet.. Brooklyn. New York neeks divorce liradforil, County at aturkn, Florida thla M.u.h 21, A. .1. Thomas, As Cleik of d4i. :
forth the me. Every dog has his day they I my I Clerk of said Court 3 .'u. are r.qulr..ct tn Toli-nraph shall publlHli hie Ord..r lull .1;JO 4'JO

brings say so if you are having a hard this July. I so much want to see Hv Haven Croiiliv. Deputy Clerkflay I rt'.y.7. l'"lt In the above"PI.r nnnied on In next four weekly I I........ OFFICIAL iAL: ) 0\. J. Thonul.
I dear little grandchildren *HpMon Si-Men. I""III'., Daytona and J! ) mY
the green time or unhappy Just hold on my I I Henrh, Vlorliln, divorce. CotinVv By Myrtle T. 110'1\1', Lit'puty i"I..rk Notice IH hereby given that the
hi; mothers life Freddie and April. I love them all ; .XMsrn: for IMf 4IIS 4t B4I !< yee.k TMeitt, .spit shall nradford at Stark. Flniiiln, thIs liloreit HiIBB1. .11.10 It 4''l 1I Ii,ti, ii'..tgns'mi IH enKUK'-d >I", bu.lnt.I I
a pnhll.h
tight say prayer put your this Order .iimli. l I' the rictlttoiiN, name of k'lue'l'a'rii
Stevens. in God's hands and like myself so much and I get to see my sisters I I| In II.M four 99'oel|, |ty limuea. (OFFICIAL S 111,1'.) A J ThomitaAs I.. '. hI' < Irrtilt. 4.....rt of the NikJuilltlnl at .:".1 Tenth Ht. Starke.linulfi .
1,0 Turnldge ii HIM I'nitcil I !State.! DJatrlet Court I hn Cloak uf .aid .. ,ind In-
1 Courtriv
anti Floilda
uho are so sweet. My sun has uVil'i"1 iV.N "ffl.-lnl seal 4 I Ircult., llrailCord. 4 oun4r, id Counlv
,
have been someday you will find a Deulaii fi>i ito 4i.uth "tn I"Hull-lit of Klnilita > .. Fi"ri.ia. this April 1. 1961. Myrtle ') Dca\er. I Deputy Clirk lorldn. In 4 hnitcerr.Ijtiuta I ttnilH lo Klater' "a,,1 fu'tltloua
,rj moments I Land. But you must work hard begun attending the farm school Jin'knoiivill.' Ulvlnhin In the nmttfi, I (lWI"II'IAI. HKAL: ) A. J. Thomaa, Chan. It. )HLN, 201-nn (Iiiuianti' l.irvlllilir I Mi'I time, nlittt I, known n. ,t't', ... In 'the offli.e of Clerk of the ,!
f'fV1Ilam\ Now has 160 of I Mm'Icy franklin Sirnnic, Hunkiu A" Clerk' of said I Jack s,.nvlllH.I FlorlihiAttjK PlaintiffH I I i o'II"lIlt' I Court of rundfoid County
.' poetry of evenings he acres I Cmut I 1 1."U"t"I Chaduli-k l I :M I. TlKhe j
; ,' has always stay with It, look for the good in |>l. In Hankruplcy l''o. 4UU7JNutlcn I H V M''I'1, ,. T n. -nv-r, Deputv Clerk for IMf 1 10 It 41:11| () \. Tht> ICttnti: t I ""r 'rhoituiit I P Mi. Fli.ii.liC {

I roetry I places. in people and things.I of land. and beautiful buildings i I of firm mrrtlnif of creditor T A.'/r'1..lrulII., stnrk.. '' TlHlie. ,dect-nsuil, and .'......I'hln.I.n' II. Hlmrunk, sols owner Starke.
L m> innerself. that I I and tractor farming tools -10 To the oliilltom,' of harley KinnkllllHliuliir At! llf 4'rsj'V'AJu In (Inillt, ( .....1. Itrnilroril, toiinlr. nett McTlKhe I I tet'ndit. nt Fla :3'30' 4t 4'20'
4, Ills have come to middle. of Mluike, Kliulila. it bank- I btrhlai. In f hniicerrSllsl.i
itself.
t<' xpress accept little pigs. nine calves 13 lambs' "nipt ; Notice l I. liereliy given that .... ;: "'" (. Hi>\l,al. I llnlntlffr> .limc-
It Is as the beet time to live. One hm ..rv hrierV.1" "-"" .
ft-cl for people. age and a lot of baby chicks. Whoopee !tI nulil Iliitley FranklIn Strong I ( phlne UiiTlnl Defcnitnnt
exaltation has wisdom and tolerance bei-ii ndjnilireil a bankrupt on apetition Florence n Comber, PlaIntiff Cane No 814S4)rder
more v
feeling: of 'I am so happy fur him I am aboutto : fllfd bv hohlrl'n; March 31 t William Joseph Comber Defendant Of Piihllc.tlon ,loll ......10.r '!'.. WHOEVER YOU ARE. 1
i look about me atIf and does not expect so much from bust. Ha! Must to the store 1'lil.: anil that liteptiflirhis o tllpenr N I.* I..: 4IK. 85.41St ,ill \ Tin
world. It Is the I life. Then we are happy. I thoughtI go cieilltori' will hit held at CountyCourt I 0...... Of PuM.e.n Cud"\o"ee. 'l" JiiHelihlne. IInv 1801.i WM>MO ,','."1,'"'''' WHATEVER YOUR JOB. .
the Tra-la-la shall sing"a Bohemian "Starke' Florida. on _
Ultimo In Pimenr MI', 'M: ""H'HII.l To" I I. .Munt'''','lila dl i ('rosa a',,, V'viona.Italy .
I,r others' sorrow. The never would get used to helping song. God bless you all. 'April 17. 1W at 11:1111 I : o'clock A M.. William Jo.-ph Comber, w ho.e 1'.1. :
I take rare of the dead. My fear at ,hlrh place ant time I the naldcrvilltorM dance is: 8.8 791h Street. ,
dear IIrt
(IBS, of my own LOVE LURATHERESSA mav attend prove their New York >ok"n.Mv" You :1f..I ..61.lr: to appear' on
The something I had to have lots Atoll ) the nbuve tsmnetCstirt
all loved one .. was cliilmi. appoint I 1Iru.te. appoint armnmltteu .
and
I I cause, uhereln plaintiff
examine the fliiir'1n"1.7l1P" on
of will to Why ? of creditor, ?. dlxorce. 1 Itrndford. Countv
passing of the years power conquer. trannact Pitch other 'I1' > .. named socks .
v bankrupt and ... Court muse, wherein Telegraph. ullilll I I piibll.li this 1 tinier
the Just ask yourself. It is the come. h plaintiff
properly
come.in
tuiHlni-fn am lofty l
fre lines seeks divorce. Ilradfurd' In next fourvvekly (iaslsea, .
County
I hold most dear. It mystery of death the awfu' 1 .fore"n\lll.Maid. .. Flnrlila.meeting April Hated a. 1451 at J".k-Km-' I T li.Kriiih. | shall pnl.llHh, this Order' W''it itess' mv hand and, offli'lnl I aentat

silence and the feeling of great met "' "tll y. lleferee In nnnkruptcvl In next four weekly 'limueaWltneas Starke Florida. I thla Man ill.1M1. j
413 my hand and official seal .
loss. Now with God's help I have at Htarke, Florida' this April a. 1981. .OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thn.." ....
overcome" fear. It Is another mile- (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thonm. As Clerk. of saul! Court
218 Sgt. Rodney Hall from Fort Ben. l> Irvult ( .....t. llrmlfurd Coun r As Clerk, of nald Court JOy Myrtle T heaver, In-piny "h'k i

LONE stone in my life. I am glad. nlng Ga. is visiting relatives and Eirtdei. In i haut'ery.Andivw : Vs. AliceJoititlo lIy : lyr"erT.->" V.'1, Ueputy (1.1 \Vlllliini H. MOIKH". B07 Clnrk llllld-

Here we have had wind and snow friends here this .weekend. : Greta clrvlu, ,Defendant.Cane 1'lulntlff.: Attys. r ton 4J7| i I"... JackHonvllle. Florida. !
i '
4I30
ONIALRIST and mud. I have been notingthe and Bobbie No 8974Order In (Irenlt ('......1. llrnilf.rri. ('Dual?. Atty., for Pir .11.10 4t
Raymond Mersey .
Of I'ullI.iilt..t. .\. grass how green It is getting. Hall visited Norrlshe's' Cattle \ >enr .. !. HH .>!.. .......UI.>' '1'..l Morris Klorlilnl In ( keneerr. In t Irenlt ('ours. llradford. inunlr.
| |
.
I Mleitrl: I. I'lalntlff. v Minnie
r lorlilni In ISm linncery,
I know that no one will be happierto Alice Jennie Uivla, Whose reeldenoe Nloitel '..
I. Iiefemlnnt. ( ., N... H.1HBttriler
Ranch near Ocala Sunday.Mr. .h I I I.iuuliiMI"
U, L'lunihlH' !lluutl \\ 11'011. Cunn: ull> ellteii'n na mn
.
Of '
see Spring than the boys! in Mrs. G. W. Ezell and PnhllfalloB nd > .ll-e 1 oAP""f" I'lKlntirr vs Durothy Allvnu Ijiinbult. Your Servant
and cut: *''' ('I'S'S (4.' rI.OKIIItlot
out of the ruina \.u..re required' to appear onMay l><>fendilnt.
Korea.
Perhaps Jacksonville Rleael' whore remdencp Of Ihl Century
son. Gerry of were the above nltln. la-: Cone No. 8141
few flowers will spring and Mr I Uth. 1951. III wherein plaintiff IOU ? nat Id71h \SI, reel", Uronx, New Drier. 4f lptibllcnl... % nd '..t ire 'Ilinrnr a.
of Mrs. Ezell's parents Coin and onuae, .
guests y..rk
: .. ...
.
County I I \ I M: 1.1111"1'
Kradford
will sunshine divorce
JO WE R S Mother nature spread and Mrs. R. M. Hersey over the TvlvKraph seekS \ (hall publleh this Orderin 11Ifu7..r: required to appear on I Imrothv I,: Allcne I l..itnbert. w h lIce ie.ldcnce owatt
and grass over the ugly places. weekend.Mr. I next four wneklv iKfilieiVltiienii .. I I, In the above msamlCotart iind Hililreni' la: Unknown : ed4 ;
L OCCASIONSGARDENS Perhaps the wind will blow sweet \ mv hand, and official seal. .1I nnil' cause, wherein plaintiffjocka : You. lire requited to appeal' on
and Mrs.: R. M. Ireisoy were at Htalkv, Florida. thin April llth divorce. Dradford Conntv. \tull I i no Hint.I In i tbe nbove nnnii'd
breezes to drive away the smell. ItJiH.UI..ICIf.. Telegraph .hall. 1'"I of lends i at Sandersonsand In next four ,
guests I weekly InnueNWitnena .evka illvorre. liraiiriuil Ciiuiiiy
We so. I wonder If all of you SEAT.) A. J. Thomnn.A '
pray attended Church at Dlnkh11!. ( Clerk of said Court my hand mid, official .eal TeU'trrnnli .'11111 I I publl.h t I I thladrib-r I, ,
have been disturbed with current l ', Deputy Clerk at Storks, Florldn thla April 3. 1911 In next four weeklv I.Hiie.VltneHsmv ..
events as much as I have." I still Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dobaon I Dy Haven Crosby 4113| U 614| IOFKICIM. HKAI.) A. J "'h"",... \ bund and otth'llIl seal
wer guests of her parents !Mr. and I An Clerk of .1\I" Court A t staike, l-'loildii I l ibis I Manli Z'.
h'ave faith In our President. but oh Ttv Myrtle '1'. Beaver, Peputv Clerk 951.

such bungling and heartbreaking Mrs. L. W. Alford of Sanderson l> Ircult f'.f. llrnilford tooolr.Klorlilnl Attya. for Plf 4 < 4t 4 27 OFFICIAL HKAL) A. J. Thiilim., BETTER FASTER CHEAPER
also Margaret Donald Dewltt and In ( hnaeerr.lUibilt As Ch-rk nf mild I',,",s't
things that are put in our papers J. MC.I-KH. I'liilntirr. VK Mnndn I Ml I'M H fly Myrtle) 'r. Denver.. I '''I''V Clerk
Daley Hersey They all attendedthe A. .e No. 8178: Notice ,in heri-t.y niven that theUndfmlvned Fl.nl.liiAttjn. ,
mis ) : 'I'. Frank Lnnilriltn Htarke,
.
OTTERT I try to think some are surely Dinkins Church. I tinier r:1.::; ;; :, :: % llee ToM IB etiiraced. In buxlnen.' 'I fur I'lf. 31SU.1: 13"n 'eli.
takes. After I heard of the MacArthur >limr urtlll OF .. loitliil 'lOt under I has flclltlous I I name (>f KtarkeIMIIdiTH
I prayed and prayedfor Sgt. and Mrs. L. G. Johns were I ;Miinili A. Moi" aet Whose rualdence !I.: Hiii| | firing. I FLORIDA
ED PLANTS guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall Unknown .. "btiirke' Ilradfurd I'on ma I V. Florida I lorldni, IM 4'hiincrrrRtllih (1'
God to guide our Presidentand Von are required, to appear on and Intend to reirletvr unld flclltlnuinn I .1,.1cnv<>. I 1'111 I mit it t. VM Jamen.
to them to hon. Saturday. I May 14th lout I. In the above named OIK In I Ito offk-n of Clerk of I the A. Kcavo lief".dant.
ERS WIRED leaders bring Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Alford of Court, and cauae, wherein' plaintiff I circuit Cmi mt of Strati ford (County. Cane. No. 8341 .
SYWHERE est doing and not be swayed bj ....k" divorce llradford County Florida. (trder 4)1 lubllcnll. ,nil ,..II.'. '10
felt better then. Sanderson visited their daughtersMrs. Telegraph shall pulillnh, thin OrderIn Carl Jnhna. Hole ow'nor., Sfarke, Fla
personal gain. I al1,1frs.! four weekly lunue
Clyde Hersey next 4.8 4t 4 27In
Starker HELPFUL HINTS: When poaching I WitnesS mY hand and official', neat f_
Blanche Dobson and families! at Starke. )Florida t thin April B. 1951. flreult Court Ilradfurd Counlr,

an egg, use a glass custard Saturday.Mrs. (OPPICIAt. "HRAf.' A. .1. Thomaii l-'lnrlilni' la 4 hnnerrr.Celln. .

and put the egg in the cup I chlldienof A. Clerk of nail! Court Thomas. Plaintiff v*. Moses
cup Gertie Carson and HV Mvrtle T. noaxer. neputv. Clerknov Thoml1).nd8nl., .
'I- and set it in an Inch of boiling Palatka spent the weekend fli-lden. Relden Fldir.. son Main ('.... Sim

skillet. When cooking Straei, navtnna. lli'acb FloridaAttn. \ Order Of Publication. Sad Notice. To
watfr In a with her mother Mrs Daahle for Plf. 4 W4t it//It Appear HrAfK OP .....>..11) Tot The fuel for todays

|s Thoroughly dumplings put a glass oveawear 1 Swindell. Mo.ee Thomas' whole resIdence l I.

lid on the kettle. No need to lift Raymond Hersey and Bobby In flreiilt ('..iurt. flrndroril Connty. Unknown :
You are required tn appear on
..
Fli rl lni In ( hancerr.Oeoriite
four Clothes the lid to see how they are gettingon Hall .were visiting in Palatka Sat. Pratt Hlalnllff. v. MabelF'ratt !May "I, 1951, In the above. named.

and make them fall. When Defendant I'anf No I117',, !> Court and cause, wherein plaintiff' ,' Ti r" : -t*
udray night. Order Of Pnhlleatlonnd ....siI.'e, '1'.. .....k. divorce Ttrndford CountyTeleirrnph ( /
Pounds patching. pin your patch on good children of Theressa enjoy. Htinll tmlillxh thIs
The *1'1'."" II'T 1 TH OK PIOIIIIIV lot Order
first. Some use small safety pins. the b.Tthday party of Linda Mabel Pratt v hope. Vexldence le lTn In next four weekly issues
ed 'Vltn.... hand and offli.lal seal
I mv
> 40c I use just straight pins. Make the Williamson Saturday at 2.30.Cluirih : known You are. required,, 1 to appear on I..t Sturke., }Florida. t 11,11 March 31, powerful new engines J Jr

patch neat on your men's clotiilng.Don't New May llth. 1ft1.! In the above named
[each If Desired I send man out with I Parkof Court and catifle. wherein plaintiffneek (OFFICIAL. PHAt. A J Thoma. ,
of
StarkeWe your Brother A. C. Fiegret. divorce. Krndford l ConntvTelexraph Ae Clerk of said CourtIty

pig's eye patch or a patch of odd the Palms is conducting a revival hail pubtli.li thin Orderin :Myitla T. Heaver, L'epiitv. Clerk' -
I next. four weekly iHHiien. 4 4t 4 11 I
material. I see it every day. Church.April .
at Hope Baptist Witness my hand. and official seal -;

take pride in matching. I cut a 7 Is 1 date night everyone at Starke, Florida, this April 12th Nttrit] H
1931 Notice I I. hereby given i-f Intentionlo *
piece out underneath of same ma 'come and bring your date. Services (OFFICIAL SKAT' ) A. J. Thomas, apply for 1 loots) or vpei-inl. IculnIntlon .

| Win terial. start at 7:43.MKS. : A. Clerk of call Court. at the 1951 SessIon' ..( the
hIP Haven Croehv eputy Clerk Levlelature' of the Slate (.f Florida 1
Try this. QUICK DESSERT: : n K. Perrvmnne StalkS., Florida bv whhh. the city ",.until of the

four Clothes Roll vanilla wafers until crumbs.: : OKSSNER;:' Attyi. for Plf. 4113 41 S14IX City of rUarke will be authorlx-d ,

of canned peach, to expend, Hiima of nmnev not otherwlae J.F: WANT the best out of car the top performance
Take the half a .. budKeted cir pledireil.. ., for the YOU very .your
,,
< 'ult Court, llradford ( o n r
79 a
for 20c.tutomatlc roll in the crumbs. Place on individual Mrs. Alfaretta O. Gessner, FUirlilai, In (..........,.. purpose uf .dverll' "lni( the uilvunl-
of Starke for the past 28 plaintiff. sees and facllltlea of sail, city it. fill of Crown Extra Gasoline at I
dessert dish, top with resident Victor !m. llainmimiin, vs.Itose Call Johns, City Clerk the manufacturer built into try a

I. Drier tfasheteria cream and you have a years died at her residence last [ Olanimunso DefendantCnnn No. <17< 4 8 41 4'27

whipped Saturday afternoon following a Order Of Pnhlleatlcm, ,nd Police. '1'. neighborhood Standard Oil station. This premium quality motor- ; v I
dessert in a jiffy.
'O"'U t; your
.. Nrtlr: OK KI.OIIII Tnl
0 Lots of letters this week. Nice long illness. Rose\1.1.e r(ninmmiiHHo whose residence Notice' I I. hereby Klven of Intention the I

Lang my good She was born In Toledo, Ohio on and nddrma i u 4717 189th Street to apply for lo.nl or upeclalloicl.latlon fuel (which leads in popularity) is engineered to enhance luxury
letter from Daisy at the 11BI rie.nlon of
Been March 12. 1872 and was a mem- KhiHhlnir. New York : the. ) LeirlMlature, ..t the Stale' 1
of Florld
for so many jears. You required tn on the smooth
friend are appear and deliver
but they have had ber of the Boatdrala Baptist May: 14th 1051 In the above named .. by which the city council of the ride built in today's high compression motors,
I lots of flu about Court and cause wherein' plaintiff' 'Ity of Htaike will be authorlxedniherwlee '

time to go to revival meeting. Nice Church. peek* divorce. ITrndford ConntvTeleirranh I" rontrlhmste stuns of money not needed] for effortless ddv og. .
Hawthorne. Etta Survivors are her husband.Tile shall, ptlbllNh. this OrderIn I builireted, or pledired. tn the flow of extra power ,,
letter from nvt four weekly Imiuea. ,'Itv.countyheauth" .unit or other I
Witness mv hand and official? seal public hen Ith program., .

at tint Starke, Florida this April llth. 'i Carl Johns. City 4641427II Clerk

(OFFICIAL SEAT) A..1. Thomaa.An -
Clerk of said Court 4 Irrult ('....t. llr.ilrord. fuuutr.
) Pv TTaven, Crosby. Deputy Clerk I .1.....lni let 4 ..........,.
T. Frank I.andrum, Starke, FlorIdaAttyss. Frl\n,,,.. Johnson Hart. Plaintiff VI. 1
;) for F'lf. "'13 4t S4| llollla Hart Defendant Many itlJtr cart, too far' .
-- I cane No. taU
Will Mfiweit's In Irenlt Court. ",,,.Uo..1 ron.r'l ........ 4)f I'b 5 I.'n I i.so S ...1 Notice. itApiseap licularly those with enginetlrpatitt F' 'tWY .
: Fntui-K rl..rldai In 4 hiineery.Max NI'S lr: 4IF rlolllllToi '
( loldi. ..111.. J'.I.. nil"?, V*. Kna- .Mr llollla. Hart whose rmldnce. andnddr will find CROWN // ,' .
.
.
trlc Ooldnteln, I'efendant. I R la: lion NMIllaina' Street: ,
9 i'iIe.. No (1412 Pa sea vouln, Mlna I : EXTRA an extra /tower- / t
Order Of Publication 4nl Not. .Ire To1 I You an required, to appear on
,,' ..... ;May' 7, lOll In th.. iibi.ve named'
Tot
lIt' ..* Itni/ % peae r tl M FI.OIIIIH .. ackerTry, a fit and let
Ten1nji'fi Mr. Flentrlce OoldRteln' wbone residence Court and caunli. .i.ln,m plaintiff
seeks .divorce and clLlody' iind 1 .
and addreiiN In: A49 Faille ion '
be the juJge.j' .
Street llronic. New ynrk: Irol of minor child Mradfuril. County your motor /

You are renulreil, to appear f>n Telegraph. .hall publl.h. thIs Order
bnck sound your judgment was when, May 7. 1(51. In the above named ,In,, next four weekly .isnu....
The first time you stand choso a Pontiac. For.: by Court and cauae wherein plaintiff' VVItneiia my hnnd and "frl..1. deal
and admire your m-w Pontiac you you'll have discovered cocks divorce and other relief I'rnd., at H'arke, Florida. thin April 4, 1951
behind the wheel that time I ford County Telegraph ahall publlxh (OFFICIAL tol AI.1 A. J. Thnttm.,
is
and then Ret drive that thin beautiful car as this Order In;: next: four weekly! \ Ifl- I A. Clerk .f eald (',,urt ,
for your first thrilling carefree as a car can be. sties. Tlv Myrtle T. De..ver. I>eputy Clerk,
you'll enjoy the wonderful \\Vtne| my hand end official. coal '1'. FrankJin.Irutn.. Htarke, Florida
glowing experience of owning a Only the years and the happy at $tark,.. Florida' this April 4. I9>lOFFICUL Attyi. fur i-lf. 4 is 4t 4 17In UTRA I '
motor car miles will toll you how re"'lly ( PRAH: A. J. Thomas, .
truly great I Ireult ( .,...... .,
it i is that. Hollar for Dollar Ai Clerk of eald (',,urt nradford ('stat, \
But the next few years will five true Can't Heat a Fontiacl Tlv flrrtle T. Deaver, rieputv Clerk Klorldal, .. Ikuaerrj.to.alyn .
You [ lleyer .: Plaintiff v.
idea of how 1'. Frank Landrum fltarke, Florida I"n.
you an even better Attyg. for pIt 4'6' 4t 4Z7In Israel Ic. ttp.teln.: Defendant. ':
Ca.e No 8306
Or.lee.. Of PohileIstios 4 nil Notler '1'0I \ $
< .Irenlt Court, llradferd. ('on.1' I M
tnpe.r STare: tip F'I.ouIIIlt 'las
.. .
,
.1"" In < SteePly.Hettie
I .
: lj. Youa. I'lalntlff. va Donald .Mr.. J.rael K; Kp.teln, who.o r.'ol.Iance | ,1 ._
and addre.u |I. rar..t K.n1..1. -
I. Y..u D-fendnnt Caen No. SIKOOrder. '
Of Puhlie.ti.e "...1 %..11... '('0 I 1171 Stratford Avenue, Rronx, ,
New York
artlIc Or Pl.oltlllt Tot
: Donald Spocur I. You, whoee reelflence !I.: You are required tn appear on ;
.. -
iioulevard, Khr.veport. IA. May 7, 1951 In the ab nan-d .5
302H Court anil oaiiie, wher.'ln plnlntlffiieeka ,
require to on
Vnu are appear
divorce and rcnti.ration' > r
May 1, 1991 In the above nam..dC..rt
maiden name, and rti.todjr, and eon.
and wherein plaintiffse..k'
< auae.
dlvor' o and other relief' Iiradford trol of the minor child I 1'ndf. ,d
County Telegraph shall publi-. th '
-- ( "tinty Twlevraph shall publIsh .
Order In four klv' li*"
next wv*> HWltneae
thiOrder In next four weekly l Is"lea -
my hand ni>d 'fff ..1 il I

-.- ---. vitne.... my hand and official seal at ritarke, Florida. thl- April, "4. II'! 1
at Stark.*. Flnrlda.' this' April 4. 1951OFFICIAL (OFFICIAL BRAH A. J *
.
A* Clerk nf "i i .1fly
( tEAr: ) A J. Thomas
.
An Clerk of said Court Myrtle T. Deavor, D'i, : -rk
T Frank Landrtim ),t." '.. F -If.Attyn.
S4iA .,Id.lar tly Myrtle T. Deav"r. Deputy Clerk "
cAnq "
occ.uou aRl grin. WN't' Charles n. H..... SD -n5 unaranty for I'lf. 41 i 41 t rIn
Eg'dp""" Life nulldlnv, Jackionvllle, Florida'

Alty. for Plf. 45 4t 4127 (Irenlt Court. llreuford ( oust,..
rlurlilal I. ( Starer,..
In Ireult Court. llradford ('....,* Mary. Utunley ix.nr.. P '(: Iff. v
: J" rtarlilei !. ( Satire.?. Fred Long Defendant. Case No I'.F.S
:CorDol1arJ: ,. cant :heat: a Uorrlx KrumhoK. Flalnt'fr, v.. Harold ...d... Of Pukll.-e>tlon. ,.... Notlee To4uunr .
O'1 KrumhoU Defnda..t MTArH or' rltlHIIlt '. .,
.
Cane No 8304 Fred long, whole r<..ld.n Unknown 1

.... ..........-Prl..... S4rl &b< El.b. I Order Of P.I' II..llo. <* . \ ene "'r 1'" OF n.OHIIM Tel You are required' t' appear on
Priced tar wiSh G5t llydravMeule: ) Mr. Harold Krumhola whnae re.l-l ldnoe May 7, U6I. In the ..'" i- < "". d
..n.... 10......... .. .*>. mt) .and a..>lr... I.: >4< Montnomery Court and cause, wh-r. ,n ta plai" i n !

I li.l. f Nllve-r Str.*k Fg1n.a"rnlUh. P O I ac You Htre are..t, Prooklyn required' ,tn Vew appear York on maiden seeks divorce name. and Ilradford-t.ration. "C'.'intyTelegraph uf STANDARD OIL COMPANY ( KENTUClt'y ) ;

& Kltfht .e> ftlx May 1. 1951 In the above nl\m..1 shall publl.h. thin Order

'... Ilvuurllal Thin .n Wb..I.cGRIFF. Curt a "l caime, wl.ereln plaintiff In nexl four weekly la.uWltnesa .". ,j
e.ks divorce and oil,.? relief I'rad- my hand and .off!< lal seal ji
f..r4 Cnnnty Teleirrinh hall publish Florida.' this April 2. 19SI
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this Order In next four weekly l I. OFFICIAL HKAL) A. J. ThomnAa AGENT i
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Clerk of said CourtI K. G. DUNCAN
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at Htarke. Florida. this April I Caries K. Ifarper. 204 W. University

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9 Merry Beth Knight Weds William ColsonIn WMU Meeting I I Christian I Have Supper MeetingMembers Elect Officers
MeetsThe
Bible Class

1' ] Lovely Church Ceremony Sunday Night Held At Church of the Woodman'sCircle The Intermedia.
of the La.
I meeting
Th business and program nee social meet in the WOW hall Youth Feilow y''
I will hq '
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3 of the Chrlstiar
II Baptist WMU was held dies Bible Class 7:30 o'clocktor Methodist t',
ing at the Tuesday evening at : Churn, ,
the home' ol n i
I held at
building Tuesday Church was I1c l,
S educational and of
in the a covered dish supper officers on '<
at 3 o'clock wit I Mrs. Homer Swindall Tuesday 'IDII81| "'"
afternoon April 8. with
th ,
room was decorated meeting i w, .
; night. The living '
1 61 members present.Thr being elected '
guests Inl'ludlngMis8 Ml /
with glads and lilies for the Distinguished ?;? ,
office Ida Darby Circle presented occasion. Games were played Abbie E. Holden of Jacksonville president; Miss ,tn?,' Po..:

Phono 29 r ,yI the program with Mrs. L. D. throughout the everting- Refresh- and Bessie Green of Live vice-president MI ,?Ckl',

Haines. program chairman, 1 In served to approximately Oak, will be on the program for secretary; Rodd) youth\ 'I
.. ments were
..... ... charge The devotion wee i give: 20 ladies the evening. A closed ritual or; and Marcus nap. 'J*-

Ward Biggs Elected by Mrs. Dave Paulk followe The social and buisiness meeting meeting will follow the program. the Methodist Youth, F'ul\\l*-:
Yvonne \
i Joyce Mrs. Wesley An Carol
II with prayer by White I Is
th.
I I has been changed and also AH members are urged to be 'oJllnBtIt!,
Weds C. Wiggins New President drews. Sylvia Paulk and Tomm; combined. Both meetings will be present and to bring a covered the Intermedlat sty)." ''

i I Haines lang a duet, "Jesus Doe at meeting and will always )- dish. officers will be 'nWa,J1
8 Of Men's Fellowship held one
|: On Sunday, April | H r Care." be in the homes. Sunday evening ser lal

Miss Joyce Yvonne Ward,' 'i Leslie Biggs was elected president The topic, "Glimpses of Youtl meeting will be the Mrs. Barefoot

I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John IIJ ,'I'( of the Starke Methodist Around the World," was presented .- first Tuesday night in may at the Hank Graham Host

Ward and Mr. Charles L. Wig ,I Men's Fellowship at the seml-an- as follows: Germany Julia Lawson home of Mrs. Leon English. Luncheon HostessMrs. At Theatre
f election held ; Nigeria Allese Lawson; Ja Party
gins of Brooker and San Diego,jnual Monday nightat
Law- the Methodist Educational pan. Helen Haines; Italy, Joan PILAU SUPPER Barefoot hostessat
It t Calif., son of Mr. and Mm. +, < P. M. was Young Hank Graham
Brooker were Building. Other officers elected to Tenly. "Vanishing Luncheon" Thurs- (sty,
of a
rence Wiggins I for the his \little friends ,,
married Sunday, April 8, at three I serve with Mr. Biggs for the next The girls trio sang a number A chicken pilau supper day for the benefit of the WSCS i in ,hf
f Methodist Church Tuesday afternoon .uj
benefit of the ,
o'clock In the afternoon in the she months are Guy B. Williams, with Julia Lawson at the piano Methodist building fund. on ",
> Memorial Chapel of the vice president and W. W. Calnes, Mrs. Lox Green gave a talk on the building fund will be given by the of his ninth blrlhd8IRnh', ,,
I Livingston Svelyn Deal Sunday School Class Mrs. Barefoot had as he guests After the show
i 'Wesley Foundation, Gaiuenvllle.\ Jr., secretary-treasurer. Mid-Century White House Conference 28, In the Mrs. Daisy Perryman, Mrs. I. N. went to the .th "gory,
W
'm Saturday right; April H I
A chicken pilau supper woe enjoyed on Child Welfare that she 1Jrah111\j',
baskets of white gladioli I \
Tall Mrs. L. J. Green Mrs. C. H.
wille Seig, where
I duratlonal building. Supper sandwiches .
with I Halnes
and by the men present attended. Mrs. spoke on
chrysanthemums, palms i I II 1 served from 6:30 until 8 O'c10..k,1 I Quick and Miss Juanita Phillips cake
standing candelabra holding taper. the following\ committee in charge: I "Plans for the Youth of our > : were nerved

Carl Johns Leslie Biggs, Guy Williams ._
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the chapel. | ----- -
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Dr U. S. Gordon, pastor of the and Woots CalnPs. Ben r t The cuisine+-a meeting was presided

First Presbyterian Church, officiated I I Hall oupervlsor of constructionon 1i over by the president i Mrs,

at I the.double ring ceremony. the new Methodist Church S. E Spnrks.
: ) I building was the guest of honor ,*
Mrs. Floyd L. Northrop, chapel \ ; r
''and spoke briefly about the con 7-" f
choir director, presided nt the truction of the new church. Carr YWA Meets With /
of
,organ pre-nuptial, presented music a program j Colley was named chairman of the\ Miss Sue Biggs

supper committee for the May 21
of white nylon
A wedding gown
'net over white taffeta was worn by1 I meeting with Tlerry S, Johns and The YWA. met at the home of

the bride. The fitted bodice of taffeta Ovid Lewis as assistants. Sue UlgKa. Monday, April 16. The

had a sweetheart neck line meeting was called to order by

and the bouffant skirt had a .wide,I BPW Election Helen Haines, and opened with a
of net over taffeta. | I the Y, W. A. dedication and song
flounce nylon I II
Her veil, of nylon Illusion fingertip ;IJ Held Monday Night I "Oh ZIon Hasts.! Jo Ann Sllcox

I r length, was held by a pearl j' Mrs. June Brownlee was eloctd ." A- led In prayer. In the absence ot

J incrcsted tiara. She carried a pray. president of the local Business the program chairman Clara (t
SUPER-
Thomas Sue Biggs and Joan Ten- RIGHT
i er book centered with a purple [! and Professional Woman's Club ,, Customers
-Photo by }}ull wood
the ,,
Y ly presented program "Stop
l: [orchid and satin ribbon streamer at their April meeting Monday ... Corner
Look and Listen A short business aA
4 fphowered, with orange blossome (II evening. Mrs. Bobby Mapel will Miss Merry Beth Knight daughter to advantage throughout tho reception ro ....
meeting with committee reports -> ,
fTtie bride was given in marriage nerve as first vice president withi of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V room in decorating for concluded the meeting. Refreshments few years ago we had Ready to EatHAMS

'j [by her father. I Mrs. Thelma Dlnklns, second vice Knight became the bride of William the occasion. The fireplace was were served. The quite a few complaints
Miss Elizabeth Dunn, was mali !president; Mlxa Madge Middlpton, Colson, son about the at
14th at delay
next meeting will be May our
:>f honor and J. Howard Ward j corresponding secretary; Mrs. Melha Lemuel Colson, In an Impressive held a centerpiece of dainty spring J
Clara Thomas' home. checkout stands. *
:' >rother of the bride, was best man Partln, recording secretary; ceremony performed Sunday evening flowers in a silver holder. o4Ij

i Ushers were Gene Rttch and ,John i! and Mrs. Maryon Arnold, treas- at 8:30: o'clock In the First The bride's table, covered with a We worked hard to solve A

., [rabham. I I I'urer. Methodist Church. Officiating al linen cutwork cloth, held a center Dinner Party this problem! by increasing : SHANKS, HALF, Ib. 6 6E

The maid of honor was gowne'i I The nominating committee was the double ring ceremony wa arrangement of seasonal flowersIn Given For Couple and improving the stands :f:

Jo an Ice blue taffeta and net,I[ composed of Mrs. Margaret Miller, Rev. Thomas G. ]Mitchell. a. sliver container. Silver com- and training our checkers BUTT HALF Ib.

ashloned on the same lines aa that Mrs. Dolly\ Sullivan\ and Mrs. Mildred The church was decorated with potes contained dainty mints. The Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Fowler and to do a more efficient job. 71

,f the bride. She wore pink carne I Doyle. Plans are being made arrangements of white gladioli and tiered wedding cake was placedat Mr!!. Ruby Collins entertained Has this effort paid

Ions In her hair and carried e for Installation of then new officers pink carnations In tall baskets and one end of the table. Miss Merry Beth Knight and William off in A&P PICNICS, Tenderized, Ib. 4llgood 4';;,

Jnatciiing bouquet. I at a dinner meeting in May banked with magnolia and native The receiving line consisted of Colson at a turkey dinner at your

Mrs. Ward, the brldtt's mother, when members of the Jacksonville greenery. Graduated candelabrawith the bride and groom and the maidof he: Fowler's home Wednesday la there minimum oJ) .\

Wore a navy sheer dress com pit- i! club will be Invited as guests. Mrs. burning white tapers cast a honor Greeting the guests at evening of last week. delay at the checkout

i "Dented by navy blue accessories.ler Lorraine Champion will\ be In soft glow over the setting. As the the door were Mrs D. E. Knight The white linen-covered dining stand BACON, lb. 49c Smoked
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corsage wag of pink carna- charge of arrangements for that wedding guests assembled for the and Mrs. Lemuel Colson. Keep- table held a centerpiece of red Our checkers strive constantly .

.,w> Ions. evening. ceremony, a program of pre-nup- Ing the bride's book was Mrs. carnations: In a low crystal bowl, to be courteous, ef J SunnyfieM Super Right BACON
A navy ensemble was chosen by i irs. I The local group has been contributing tlal music was rendered by Mrs. Richard Fowler Tanked by four burning white ficient and accurate. BACON lb. 59c
.( Wiggins, mother of the bride. each month to the expenses E. K. Ferryman, church organist.The Assisting In serving at the reception -
room. Her accessories matched ,I of a girl who Is a junior In traditional wedding marches were Mrs. Ruby Johns, apers In low holders. If you have any suggestions LB. SSe

jher dress and her corsage was'I denomination school, studying to were used. Mrs. John Mixon of Mrs F. F. Stump, Mrs. R. A. The hostesses gave the btide-to that will help them Heady to Cook Young

also of pink carnations. ; be a missionary to Japan. They Gainesville and Don Page of Green ,Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs ) be a piece of her chosen china as improve our checkout sereDUCKLING Ib. 65c ---

The bride's parents gave a reeptloti are planning to send her a box of Starke, were soloists, accompaniedby ''C. H. Nasworthy and Miss Peggy a remembrance of the occasion.BW6ACT. ice please let us know ,

in the lounge of the Foun- I clothing and useful articles soon. Mrs. Perryman at the organ. Caldwell. Please write: ._ '1 Fresh Salt

atlon following the ceremony. I The retiring club president, Mrs. The bride, who was given; In After spending some time with

I .. lore than 150: guests attended. I, Pauline Torotle" plans to attend marriage by her father, chose for their guests the young couple left CUSTOMER RELATIONS,* SHRIMP, lb. 69c BACON.
dec. the State Convention, of> BPW and only attendant : Mrs. DEPT. -
White flowers were used in her maid of honor for a short wedding trip.
1 : rating. Ace cloth covered the f Clubs to be held i* Miami In May. her sister Miss Nancy Colon chose for traveling a pink 4420 Lexington Ave., Ocean PerchFILLETS LB 33e

ride's table'' which, was centered I I Hostesses Mrs. Melba Partin Lee Knight. Miss Knight wore a tailored suit with matching accessories -- l New York 17 N. y lb. 39c

'' Ith a three-tiered wedding cake and Misses Annette Simpson and beautiful gown of pastel blue nylon and complemented with a I ,

!.r iurroundod with nylon, net and : Della Rosenberg served delicious net featuring a fitted bodice and white orchid. After April 19 Mr. a'Q m- II I

'.Pleating; on a reflector A miniature refreshments following the business a full pleated skirt. She carried and Mrs. Colson are making their ANN F.\GK: PURE uGRAPE

,ivbrldal couple under an arch of,I meeting a nosegay of sweetheart roses home In Orange Park near, the JELLY, 12 oz. 22c ,

I '"llIe. of the valley, topped the cake I with white satin streamers. I Naval Air station where Mr. Col-

'he punch table was covered with I TEL Class Meets Acting as best man for Mr. Col- son Is stationed. ANN PAGE CREA1IS1IOOTII :-

N lace cloth and: centered with '' ion was his brother-in-law Edward I The bride Is a graduate of the "" '

hyl 'Sl' luw arrangement of white snap- .At Barefoot Home J. Wilt, of Detroit Mich. Gainesville\ High School and attended Cot PEANUT BUTTER, 8 oz. 23c. .. ,

'. Anne's lace, i I The ushers were Charles Knight, the Florida State University .-.:
Its ragons and Queen The T. E. L. Class of the First X.. r
A alanced by a punch bowl at either School met at the Corner Perryman, Jewett Fogg In Tallahassee.Mr. ANN PAGE ..\-q.!
Sunday
It'nd of the table ,I home Baptist of Mrs. P, M. Barefoot last mil Mack Futch. Colson recently graduatedfrom SALAD DRESSING, qts. 53 : : :.V; .
Mrs. Lucille Ward, cousin of the afternoon for the monthly The bride was gowned In a the University of Florida

jh [bride was in charge of arrangements I I,business Friday meeting and social. floor length model of pink candle- and holds a Bachelor of Science ANN PAGE TOMATO DELICIOUS OR WINESAP
bodice

fl h .,Pauline for Bryan the reception cut the cake.and. Miss II.I The home attractiveness was enhanced of the for Barefoot this Slow iivl bouffant satin with skirt.a fitted Her shoulder degree About; 150( persons attended the KETCHUP, 8 oz. 16c APPLES 2 Ibs. 2 25

bridal Illusion' fell ,
h Mrs. Christine Ward cousin of occasion with vases md bowls of ength veil of wedding and reception. Amongthe .
from a headpiece of lace and net out-of-town guests were Mrs. SULTANA
he bride, and Mrs. Iris Rltch pre- Spring flowers placed at vantage e UM.al TL D.M aaa W
*' aided at the punch bowls.Mrs. I I and dining and the bride carried a white Alice Thomas, grandmother of TUNA FRESH CRISPLETTUCE
.i points In the living of satin Every time the clock ticks, FLAKES flats 28c
and' prayer book with showers the bride Mrs. A. M. Dobarganes ,
T J. Price greeted
iii rooms. mil net streamers Mrs T. O. Ritch Mr. and Mrs. someone benefit from having
,Introduced the guests to the re- I After the study of "Outlines of ANN PAGE headFANCY -1 1
e i the Mrs. Knight chose for her Oscar Smith and son Sidney, all the right Insurance. IKm't lei MACARONI Ige
line. conducted
elving: Bible History" by
assist-i laughter's wedding a floor length of Jacksonville Mrs. W. W, Bar- time pass without checking your LINGUINE 1 Ib. 17cAMKRICAN ,
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Miss Alice Marie Thomas Class Teacher, Mrs. H. L. Hough, -
' I gown of dusty pink crepe, stud- ton of Washington, D. C., Mr. and policies against your need*. See
serving. short business session was presided TKNDEHCUCUMBERS
it led with rhlnestones. She complemented Mrs. Edward Wilt of Detroit,'
1t Edna Jane Stanley was In over by the Class President, IM this week
her costume with a pale Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Col-
of the bride's book, which Mrs. R. A. Thomas. The offering i CHEESE lb. 58c lb.1 H
fin green orchid. son Jr., of Panama City Mr. and -
covered table. The Class
on a lace amounted to $9.50.
Mrs. Colson wore a beautiful Mrs.. D. C. Jones Dr. and Mrs. J. ,
for traveling a to the "air con.dltlon"
bride wore voted to give $10 -
pastel blue chiffon and lace gown K. Malnea Mr. and Mrs. John Mix- FOREMOST! CREAMED
, linen bolero suit with white fund of the church.
with a shoulder corsage; of pink on, Rev. Fred Yerkes, all of LARGE SUNKIST
and her corsage was an I At the close of business the Cottage CHEESE, 12 oz. 26c
roses. Mrs. Edward Wilt sister Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Garland
,,, orchid from her prayerbook. Mr, 'hostess assisted, by Mrs. F, F. GENERRUWURRNCEc'c LEMONS S 2
doz.
in
at the groom was gowned Godwin of Palatka Robert S. Bird
i 'Iggins and his bride went to the Flume served coffee, tea and iiftcouiyiioittjr KIIAFT PIMENTO 5 OZ JAR -
i white crepe with green accessories. of Jacksonville Air Base, Robert ,
ast Coast for a wedding trip home made cake to the 12 members -
i Cheese
I ''"' White of St. Augustine Charles SPREAD 26c
,
fter which they will stop at points I present. Immediately tollowinl{' the ceremony R. Myers of Jacksonville Mr. and FRESH CROOKNECT YELLOW:

1 {of Interest en route to San Diego a reception was held In St. Mrs Hal Y. Malnes, Mr. and Mrs. i'L..INTERSCocktail!

where they will reside, from j Rehearsal PartyAt Mark's Parish House. Numerous Joe Hill Williams and daughter PEANUTS SQUASH 2 Ibs. jjFKKSII (
Mrs. Wiggins graduated Inn arrangements of while gladioli Miss Jo Anna Williams of Lake 34c ,
1941 Avery
lalneaville High School in
and pink carnations were placed Butler.

and attended. the University Of A lovely dinner party was held I ac GLIM for the dishes 28c : SWEET YELLOW
Florida.Mr.
Wiggins finished at Bradford Saturday evening at Avery Inn Starke Musicale Young Women's STARKE& FL-.1\
2
Colaon-Knlght wedding CORN 4
the
High School In 1947 before entering ,' preceding rehearsal for members of Plans ObservanceOf Circle Meetingi BABO, Ic offer, 3 cans 25c ears -

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the University of Florida. He Is I.
the wedding party and friends. Fri., Sat. Apr. 20 21 -
,
dental technician, Music WeekThe
ow serving as a i
I I Numerous arrangements of i regular monthly meeting of AIR WICK, deodorizer 53c
second class in the U. S. Navy. Double Feature -
in variegated colors i he Young Women's Circle of the
sweet peas !

l ding Out Included of town Mr.guests and at Mr.the W.wed.W I I decorated room the of the dining Inn.room The and dining living evening Starke at Musicale the Club met House Tuesday I held First at Presbyterian the home of Church Mrs. W.wall 1. Blues Busters Ideal DOG FOOD 15c A Real Coffee Value

Seckinger, uncle and aunt of the I' with Mrs. Mona Canova president .
table, overlaid with an Importedlace Jackson, Thursday evening April Huntz Hall and Adele. Jergcn*
bride and their son, Charles!, cloth with garlands of colored presiding. 12. In the absence of the presi- UNCLE BENS; CRESCENT CITYCOFFEE
andMn. Plans for National Music Week ANDRANGE -
Secklnger of Montbrook; Mr. crepe paper, held a centerpieceof \dent, Mrs. J. B. Bunch, vice-presi RICE 14 oz. 19c
I
A. B. Folks, cousins of the, May 6 to 13 were discussed anda ,
larkspur, stock, roses sweet dent, presided over the business LANDWhip
White family was planned
program
Volumnia
bride, and Miss
breath. The service
meeting.
of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. J. Emory!'peas and baby for Thursday May 10. featuring Crisco Shortening 3 lb. 1.17c
; for the buffet dinner wan I I This month' program entitled, ,\\INon\ and Andy Clyde ,
Cross, cousins of the bride, and songs by Stephen Foster. "
!served on crystal of pastel shades "The Home and the Church was Cartoon anil Serial
An enjoyable of piano and CHICORY
of program
Mann
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence carrying out the pastel color motif. I IMr. rendered Lu given by Miss Louise Stern. TIDE large pkg. 31c
aunt numbers were by -
Bchnauas
Mrs. F. H. ,
Melrose; .. Pearce poured hot
Bertha Green, Bill Green and Buzzy Following the program a de- A&PRlend
You'll)) enjoy this famous
Sun. Mon. Tues.
of the bridegroom, and her son I Russian tea and coffee. ,
Green. lightful social hour was enjoyed, DUZ SOAP of New Orleans tyP
John Schnauss, of Jacksonville; Enjoying this delightful occasion April 22, 23, 21 POWDER 31c
by the 12 members Mrs. low ,
present
uncle were Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Coffee at the amazing
and Mrs. N. Wiggins,
Mr. Knight Miss Merry Beth Knight Luncheon Given Jackson served delicious refreshments Kirks Castile SOAP 9c everyday Price of
the bridegroom, of -
and aunt of j William S. CoUon, Miss Nancy At Pickering Home assisted by Mrs.: Guy Andrews AMBUSHRobert

Jacksonville; and M. F. Wiggins,'[ Lee Knight Charles E. Knight | .

uncle of the bridegroom of New Mack Futch, Jewett Fogg, Comer Mr. and Mrs L. N. Pickeringwere j The May meeting will be held at Taylor and John Hodlok Camay SOAP, reg, bar 9c C

Perryman, Mrs. E. K. Perry- hosts at a covered dish picnic .
ver. the home of Mrs Guy Andrewson Alto News and Short
man, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilt luncheon Sunday honoring I their Ivory SNOW Ige. pkg. 31c 59
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Ave. ,
Rev. and Mrs. T. 0. Mitchell and son. Seaman Michael Pickering Temple

Used ,[Mire P. T. Bartow of Washington who la on leave before reportingback Wed., Thurs. Apr. 25, 26 Per

D. C., Mrs. John Mlxon of to duty at Bainbridge, Md. WCTU Convention Double FeatureVendetta Ivory SOAP, med. bar 9c Pound

TELEVISIONSets Gainesville and Don Page of Nasturtiums were attractively
used In decorating the Pickering,! The Laura Scott Union W C. T.
Starke. P & G SOAP 8c -
home for the occasion. .'U., was well represented at the


$59.95UP Ladies AuxiliaryThe and Wayne Attending Mrs.Sargent R.the C. of party Dunn Jacksonville were and Mrs.Mr.i,district Tuesday convention The held in following Gainesville ANDGuerrilla Sweetheart_ Soap, bath bar 13c A & P Food Store

Ladles Auxiliary of the 'I member. attended: '-Irs. W. N.
Beach Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lewis'

Presbyterian Church will meet and sons Homer Jr., John Hal Johnson president; Mrs. J. Command All Price shown here (Including\ those of The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea&B I

Chase C. Shepherd I Thursday afternoon, April 2q, at and David and Dale Slprelle of I Thornquest vice president; Mrs. With Anna May Wong Item not subject to ceiling) are guaranteed ..lr. Comtrwtm e.ayrtatrL J W*

Radio T.V. Seat Covers :Z o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. ,, Vlrgle Avery, :Mrs.: Ruby Good Alto. Latest News Thursday, April 19 through Wednesday, April 300 East Call St.

307 W. Call Starke IIC'1 Wynn. All members ore asked Garl Mathews and Pace Lewis of man, Miss Edna Nocgel and Miss 23. STARKE, FLA.

[ be present. Starke. ,:,Susan Wallace -' '.- :, ::"', "Y' ..-'
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BRADFORD COUNTY TF.U GRAPn. STARKE. FLORIDA
20, 1951

Mr and Mrs. Julian Peek and Mrs W E Thornton Is WINNERSPictured Jury Venire 1* ll,,\"n. < ', ."-bv Pt'puiv clerk I Court and ,i u whin ,", plaintiff.
Iat.. A LnwrIr. W University seeks dlvorinani" ",. < .1.I.n t ufirt naldun
baby son of Atlanta Ga. were Ing a few days with her spend-I: '! For Spring Term .nr. Oalnpxvlliv, Florida.MM ', and nv\ .>" ..t miner "child tu
visiting Mi and Mrs J. H. Rite In Auburndale and a few below are the winner fr I'lf 420| 41 Bill d..r.I"nl.
at Kingslej LakeSaturday whlUenrouU her sister 'In Plant City. In the recent children popularity Of Circuit Court I Bradford. < Tnuiuv, lpuraph, nhnllpubllnh ,
I I this urdi In noxt fuur
PdIN. tt Fort Lauderdale where' content sponsored by the Eastern In 1'Irrel1'nurt, RrnUfitrtl ('0..'', weekly issues.Wllnes. .
they will make their home. Mr Mr W N. Johnson has returnee Star chapter The following men have beer I t-'lfirlilnt' ,.IH I-C linfirrrr.Manllln Kelley Plaintiff VHlltii my hand and> ,.frllal.

Peck, a former resident of Stark from a week's visit with friends, i I selected to comprise the jury 'HI ,. Kt'llt'y. rcnflHiit t < 18 Heal 1961.lUKIniAI.at .MtarkP, Klcrld, this April

lEaaaalS 1 IR going in business In Fort Lau- In Jacksonville.Mr. 1ti venire for the spring term of circuit I uric, .r 1'ubit.linend(fim...No........AU8'I''" ; MI At.1 A .1. Th.anM I.
A. Clerk of said'< '.urt.
derdale.. court which will\ convene hen l ppeer aI'I iI'1 "I" RLUIIU'Ire ,
J,1), finrh
T"v v ICavi-n rroahy
and Mrs. J. G. Kellnm of! Monday morning at 10 o'clock., Borne' Ki-lli-y. whose rfrlitonce IHI'ukmiwn. T. Frank indrum, Atarkr!' Florida.

spent the week Mrs. Bill Sexton and son, Stevle, I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede ol Tallahassee were dinner guests of: 7 O. C Cason Wesley Halek You at',i rptitiiro' l tn npppitr on Altyn. for IMf 4'io' 4t ,ill

!g.e Zeta Sorority I of Atlanta, Ga. are visiting their Jacksonville were hosts at a firm Mr. and Mrs J. T. Quigley Sat.ur Freeman Register, Jr., Carlton Mnv. B. I IPfil, In the uliove named l -
Dolta uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Cal I dinner John Shuford, Dan Thomas court and, caiiHv' wherein plaintiff In < Irrult ( ?ure. llrnillord fountr.
ly party Sunday celebrating day. Mr. Kellam was for many Davis
& esvme.S socks o'ko ilivnre I carr. cimtodvml t>.Iu.....' In i nnnrrry.Knnvh .
| I I vin Johns this week. ; the birthday anniversary ol years head of the Florida State Oscar Carter, C. J. Crews Aubre,> i-ontrol of minor child 11 Summvrall, Plaintiff. v-

at the Uglow Mrs. Thede's mother. Mrs. 3. W College for Women. Since retiring R. Moore, W. H. Hall Lucian Conner Bradford .County Tolt-iirmih shod Lillian Summitrall. Uefrnilunt.
publlxli lliln order In next four Case No. 83SJ
*| xte Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Brown of Starke. Helping to cele he has been engaged in the real Carl Carter Sid Shuford Guy; weekly lnnuf. I ........ JOt luhllt.HII .%uti Jullf '!-
"J ,n. Mrs. J. L. drove Mrs. Hardy's sister, Mrs. brate the occasion were Dr. and estate business .cv. Farrlsh, Lonnle I* Crawford. Jr.,. \Y itnee.a mv hand. 1 and officialseal tvwvar artiH. OK ....01'11.\ Tot
and
Mr: I I at Stnrko.' Plnrliln' I bin !Mrs' Gillian
Wlllard, April Hitmmerall whoa renU
Jr. Jacksonville
Mr. A. R. Furnas. to Mrs. G.V.. Brown of TallahAssee Nathan Hall, Ro; Green .
three children. Hth list.OFKICIAF. dance and address la 108 H. Humlcr
McDowell andjrfand Tuesday where she caught a planeto and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown of Mrs George Flynn spent last Wynn Lloyd Dyal Raymond ( SEAL) A .t. Thomas. tit 1'.1.' H..mler, Huuth Carolina:
ill L. her home in Unlontown, Ohio. Starke. t Faulkner Adam Green Douglas P. A. ('li.rk of Hld fourt. You are required' < to appear on ,
Mc- and i
Mrs. J. P. week visiting her son-in-law i try ll.lVftl Croaky llenntv Clerk May SI, 1051, In the above named
Jacksonvl11e. Mrs. Furnas has been visiting daughter Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Hardee Johnnie Cheat W. H. (::20 4t lilt I Court and< cause, wherein plaintiff' e
:adT n of friends and relatives In Floridafor Mrs. T. G. Bitch and eon Tom Jr. In Macon, Ga. Harrell, Russell Norman Guy Hat __. ', seeks. divorce award< of childrenand
I, the past month. tell Floyd Crosby B. M. McRae, In flrriill Court llmrtford <'|>....,.. aupport' money tn McCormack visited Jr. of Jacksonvlllft were Sunday KlorMni, In < nnnfrrr.Bmiy I Bradford< < County Telegraph shall
*- *- mne- *< I
< si the first M;:>rfiil"_(-- ;= i ; i night guests of Mrs. Ritch'i Crosby Dawklna. aon-ln-law ol George Rivers H. C. Harley Joe amine lln 'lrr. Plaintiff VM publish I thin Order' In next four
rt Petersburg Mrs. Harriet Hart Lamb of .la.. Moody Harry H. Lewis J. T. Arthur Travis Under. liffndHni I I weekly iMuea.Wltneia .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mr. and Mrs. W H. Nollman was Csse N... x107 my hand< and official t
Earlfos! -
Penney Farm had as her luncheon Brown Land. Lonnle Tetston, Onlrr ..f Pee hi Im Ionml sent I
promoted to a first lieutenant last i %ullcr'I'enn.ee at Htarke Florida I this April
guests at Avery Inn Tuesday, ley. Russell Green "I' t'rij of Klollllil TolArthur HIM. 1 1911x'h'Fd9.1L
D P Orr of North Mr. and Mrs. Win. McKee of Penney 1 week Lt. Dawkins Is being transferred I IlU Travis healer, vrhi.n reel, ( SDJAU A J. ThoniftHAN
4 guests of her Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Jackson and from Cherry Point N. C. to di-n.,' and. addr.'.s |I. Hute 1 1. i-ii-rk "f .nir "n""
$ were Farms and Mrs. Sarah n \ SU.K': ThoniiiRtnn, (l.! --truinY..II ''', ii," n, ,fi ,,sin liop11n i 'K
m ,wand cousin Mrs. of Washington D. C. L'I son visited Mrs. Jackson's parents Quantoco, Va. the first of May. an, 1"1"1'.1" ,] ,' ti t,. app.nr .,>n T "Kimik l.ntidium HtiirH 1,1., i .. I
their way home I Ehbrlng Mr. and Mrs. A. G, London Sr.: A bake mile will\ be held Satur May 21 IDIil" In |iii|,, nl>.".v minixl AtU" for t'lf 'I po tt -111
"
' r4."n I
in Sarasota. 'I Sunday In Keystone Heights.Mr. ( Mrs. Herbert Ritch returned day. April 21 at 9:30: o'clock by
,\IIi t g I Mr. and Mrs. Hans Walker were
I
I home Saturday otter a week's l1 I the Junior Woman's Club in front
fS ,.n> of Jacksonville overnight guests of Mrs.: Marlon and Mrs. J. H. Ritch arpaving I stay In St Vincent's hospital :where KINO: Stephen) Prevail, son of of the Bradford Hardware Co Alii :
Faulk In Jacksonville Thursday
'ilkI' "d guest of Mr. and night. i (" thla weekend for Newton, she underwent a major operation Mr, and Mm. Edwin T Prevail members are asked to bake a
nith and Miss Joan (is. for a few days visit with Mrs 1 cookies etc and have them turnedIn

'tin: I Clara Peek and Mrs. C. H. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bcgue had Friday afternoon or not latex
)M For print you will lie proiul to '
Sheriff and Mrs P. D. Kt-ddish their weekend Mr am /
chow friend Bring in as guests than Dl: A !M Saturd.ty morningPlense
I :M. Albritton of films. your fur developing and print'Ing. jour' R. P. McLendrm. Robert Green and Mrs L. I'. ChR lu'llnnd son. Mikeof turn In baked I goods: ti "Motlraro. Tn Community Better Service _
Than
dinner Phil ViUky attended the funentl ol Wildwood and Mr and Mrs M Eer"Sat
e Sunday Holly% <<.Photo and Jewelry.Lt. Katherine: Carlisle of phonic Eve
]Hans Walkers. I i Sheriff Edward Porter In Ocala Howard Engltiking of Detroit,,
II I Monday Mich. Edward, phone 223J. Members are I Apr. -ONLY:
Col. T. T. Long who landedin
I to food contain'( Tucs., Wed Apr. 21, 25
Icon returned home New York Tuesday, joined\ his also asked\ put on )Double I'Yaturt _
I Jessup. Ga. where family In Starke Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and! MISH Phyllis Sneed returned t} h era that do not I'c'cto\ \ be returned :

i visiting her son-ln- daughters, Emily Ann, and Gwenn home Sunday from St. Vincent's I ; 4 rsrfr fiiun $uur

i'lter' Mr. and Mrs. duty aft@'rtwoandahalfyeal'sof'l were In Charleston, S. C. < last l hospital where she underwent an "WANTED; COri'ONH" j THIS TOWN I

5r a month. Friends Thursday and Friday on'bu8Int'8s. appendectomy. e DON'i Sd'B'i71
x If have any coupons, please
TI- you
i hear that Mrs. Long will be assigned to the Third'
i. Julia (Mrs. J. D. Army. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter were Mr. and Mrs C. Muhlhofer, who save them for Kate.And .

'19 been seriously ill I guests of Mr. and Mrs. L Z have been visiting their son and I bring them In Sunday, It I

n ?t to Welter Reed Mrs. Louis R. Dean will attend i Austin In Tampa Tuesday night. daughter-in-law, the Wally Muhl- won't be too late
la' \\'oshlngton. D. C. the convention of the NCCW In i I molars for five weeks, r..Lurn..dyeMtl'l'd"y .Q Hut If you forgot them you still

Tought, her grand- Sarasota Sunday through! Tues! Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr. and to Chicago. They will\ be ; e'- cant fail *

J. Carol back to day. Mrs./ Dean a delegate to the'I daughter Sally -Ann were overnight back soon however, to make their BCCIMIHC! any the size mall.bundle\ ran go
through
(,'1'' until her mother convention from the local deaneryis guests Thursday If lust week! home at Keystone Heights where lovethem
children we
Now these are our
IIf he hospital. on the board of directors for of Mrs. Epperson's parents Mr. they purchase a lot on Lake Geneva e so ,''rar.Let' .
Diocese of St. Augustine.\ Father and Mrs. R. L, Richard in Jack and will build. I all ae..
I then
scud our coupons
CSeal CiinEiilrnm and Wm. H. Newhaus will also attend sonville. Sally Ann stayed over the } null afro
Ihe
jjwUer Linoleum ai the meeting. weekend with her grandparents I Recent guests of Mis.\ W N through kind year.good!
are
I Any
[ Co. Friend. will regret to hear that Johnson1'1'0' Dr. F. P. Daniel ol We Kate Smith. .\nll- Aimitiileil-Omi Kgu" Short
Mrs. Wilma Dockstader and Mr. Sally Ann became ill with chickenpox New York and' London. England,.
v. J. D. Bridled of 'and Mrs. M. L. Lawson spent on Tuesday." and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Owen 01' .Sha.w/reW.....mrw.r-JTenw, Isles " QUEEN Gloria RAe Bell, ( \JU) <)!" TIIXNKS
were Saturday eve- Tuesday In Jacksonville on busi Mrs. J. P. Johnson of Lexington \ nwrn
daughter of Mr. and l Mrs. Ray ,
If Mr. and Mrs. J. ness. 13 Ft. (fold| Seal Cnngolciim and, Ky. : I wish to express my heartfelt 1.

(Mr. and Mrs. J. C_ a Armstrong. Quaker IJnoleuni al mond B"II.Beta appreciation for1 the lovely floral / ., 1)aAl ., Fri. Apr. 26. 27

Kenneth Grlder'; who is station.pd Hart Furniture Co. Mrs. Effie Johns had as her pl..ceslIven, and all kindnesses'
tuawur
,
at Fort Jackson, S. C., was gueftts last weekend her sister,, Phi and expressions of sympathy nx- g

Al Fisher were I home for the weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Landrum I II Mrs. Carrie Smith, and nephew Sigma tended to me during\ my recent HIS GREAT LOVE... COLD1HIS

and Mrs. L. J. I and daughters, Idell" Frances and nnd wife Mr.\ and Mrs.\ L. C The bi-monthly meeting of Beta bereavement, HIS ONE WEAKNESS...WOMEN!
(day while enroute and Mrs. Roy Reddish and I Martha spent the weekend in I Smith all of Webster and her. Sigma Phi will be held l Monday Ernest Geimner. | (Chan. I "llrmw dentry"Sirlitl

ollna to their home son, Bobby of Webster were Sun- Brookavllle with Mr. Landrum'' brother, M. D. Carter of Lake evening April 23, at 8 o'clock al .niirt, llrnilf.ir.l C'oUHly.Klorhln i and ItimiiltMl Iliingaloiv
In I Irrnlt <
r. Fisher and Mr. day guests of their nephew and I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Land I Worth. the home of Miss Evelyn Newaomo | In hnni'rrr.Arl i'artntin "o-tA 01-9
IfcrM, War I buddies. niece, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mc- rum The occasslon/ being Mr .orm I'II..hl) y. I'tn, 'Inl Iff, VH,, IN
,....,.
I JuHPiih T Mnbl..y1..tnol\
Kinney. Landrum's birthday. Attending the 80th birthday an Case No. 81K* Sun.. Mon. Apr. 22, 23) IGll't
R. A. Colson and I niversary party of Mrs E. C BHS Girls Lose 1(iris of '*...10110....il %n.l .%.lo e l.e TAr I s'tn
and Mrs. Q. B. Louis R. Dean will be In Daytona t |.|'<--r v 1't'I|'M OK 1.1.0111U1'l,l.InHrph -.... \\t1.
r. Mr. and Mrs Hayes Pattersonof Sparks of Gainesville Sunday were Softball OpenerIn .' T. Muliloy, whciBU roHldnnp 0'AlE11EDANgpAA \ t)
RMr. and Mrs. It. C. Beach Sunday to Tuesday I Columbia S. C. were guests of her son and dauKhter:ln-law. Mi'. IN: ITnknuwn! : I OaY1DDAIAN

Inesvllle Sunday. attending an Insurance convention.Mr. Mrs. Mattle Gahagan last Friday and Mrs. S. E. Sparks Mr. and their opening game of the May Toil tl are, 1U5I.required. In the to above appose named on f SUlUyap

Mrs. D. L. Thomas and children season the Bradford High girls Court find THUMB. wherein iiliklnilffHpfkn MON
Ritch returneday and Mrs. Charles Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller have Seletta and Leslie and Mr', and soft >aJl 1 team lost to Palutka b> dlvnrrn. I 1 1AERCEDESMp
after vlslllngy family .were- la Palatka Sunday Cn'raoif. Roberts: TtI"pdry 1 of 18 to 5. Bradford Cnitnly Telegraph shall
aa their guests this week Mr. and Mrs. a margin puhllKh thU Order< In next four
the N. T.nl where they attended the weddingof Mrs. Carl White of Nashville was held at the home of Mr. and I Mary Frances town pitched the wofkly IJ.HIK-H Jo UROAN'PAGET'CHANDLEI
2 I for ten days. Mrs. Hardy's brother G. C. In Waldo.( for Bradford which was I WltnnnN. my hand and official Aiwa "WMu Olk'n Spurn". Curtix.nanil
li i to Miss Jeanette Bell Tenn. The Shallers also had ua Mrs. A. H. Sparks II opener Mal( n' Stark, Florida' thin. AI"'IIlFI. .\NO! "IMraxeil to r.t011" Car.
McGauley, their weekend guests. Miss Margaret played last Friday afternoon at the l. Trouhle" ShortMOTHER'S
( Jack- : I t..1aaul ...,..."t Newn. "Annlverxury
Mendoza of Lambreth of Gainesville. The, Col. and Mrs. Harold Wall and local school's Softball diamond. ( ; L\r. FC'.'Clerk H. of A, old J.' Thnmn"A 'C'oult

her parents Mr. Mrs. Lex Green and son, Mike, Shallers and their guests and Win family of St. Augustine spent the I Other members of the team whc I I

Griffin, and Mrs. spent Wednesday In St. Peters Ray Tilley spent Sunday at Silver I weekend In Starke attending to saw 'action In the season's first .. ".. ..--" ,
I ..-. : :: .: ,: : _:
old catcher >
fttdnesday. burg. Springs. I business and visiting frl"ndl1'l were: Shirley Shaw, ); \

They stayed at the J. E Wilson I; 1'hyllla Strickland; first base;, CENTRALRESTAURANT I .

Mr. and Mrs. H. K.: Tyus had aa home. H'len Barry .second base; Carolyn .

their guests over the weekend Mr Kelly third base; Jimmy Cole,, ""W DAY

and Mrs. Mac Wiley of Panama Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas were right' field; Jackie Tanner center tit

City, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter and visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tid- field; Shirley Carpenter, left field;

r Office Supplies son Bobby and Mrs. Rente Carter well in O'Brien on Sunday. I and Jimmy Moncrief, who played Sunday, May 13

of Daytona Beach and Mrs. Alice short slop. :

Slmms of Perry, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch of the Nina Bishop, team coach said t \;/B\ !)
I State Farm gave a surprise birthday that she felt Bradford lost the 11i Inexpciwive Gills Can

1 Mrs. Wm. Heintz and son Billy I dinner Thurcday evening ol opener mainly because many of ti ; ;/

ui Joined Mr. Heintz In Pensacola last week for Mrs. Ewell Lawson. the team members live In outlying i l ;J He So Wflcnme

ast Friday where they will make I Mrs. I. N. Breazelle was confln- towns and It has. been Impossibleto ..-f.T "
their home. Mr. Heintz Is a chief pd In St. Vincent's hospital thi? get them together for a practiceThe I&:

Instructor In special devices In the I INavy. early part of the week with an In-I next home game will bt

I fected tooth. with Alachua Monday afternoonat
NOW FeaturingA
I 3 o'clock.
Senator and Mrs Charley John Mrs. Jane Anderson of Tampa Is'' Special CANDY

had as their weekend guests Sen.. I' spending several weeks with her i Lions OrganizeAt I AND I

)nell Rogells and Jack Rogells of son-in-law and daughter Mr. and MEN'S MENU i ,

Sarasota, Mlsa Helen Kennedy of Mrs. Jack Trawlck and family. Penney FarmsUnder STATIONERYBOXED

Tallahassee and Mrs. Huldii Morgan Mrs. A. F. Sauls returned, Sunday And A Special
the sponsorship of Green 1
of Jacksonville. from St. Vincent's Hospital
I where she underwent a major oper Cove Springs, a Lions Club has LADIES' MENU

You'll Say. 1 Rev and Mrs. James Ormand I' ation. She entered the hosplta being organized at Penney Famine i

'' and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whitner of I: Tuesday of last' eek. I II with the following officers" elected O Breakfast '
"The best-writinar C. guests last I FINK SKI.KCTION OF CAKDS
Shelby, N. were : C. M. Burkhalter Sr., president -
.fountain pen Iever week of the Mr. and Mrs. Jim I Miss Mary Demaree of Oalnes- Ul'IC. Luncheon ,I
used I' visitor of her sister ; George nick first vice presidents -
villa was a
I Ritch of the State Farm. Dinner On Display
Mrs. H. C. Rltchf C. W. Starke second vice p

AND ONLY 2.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. ,Edwards, president; II. M. Sawrey ecre--
and daughter, Fredrlka, of Jacksonville Cynthia and Priscilla Cox of Ury-treasurer; E. G. Nagel. tall OI'KN)) : 7:00 A. M. DAILY

Wednesday. guests: Live Oak spent the weekend with VISIT OUR
were
twister. :301 I
POINTS REPLACEABLEFOR of Mrs. W. H. Struth and Mi sKate their grandmother Mrs. D. L. SII.CO" The new club will hold Ita charter Temple Ave U. 5. MOST PERSONA I

ONLY' 35cA Struth. I Starke I la.TUCK'S Gift COUNTER
and banquet on April
meeting I illitl l
Wide< Variety Of Points Rev. and Mrs Homer Swindall I Mrs. W. F. Godwin waa hostess : 24. y: .FOR

To Suit Every Taste had as their guests Sunday and I to the Canasta Club Tuesday even- I _
the weekend Mrs. Alfred Test. Ing. Mrs. Godwin served a dellcl I. GIFTS PEAHLS

Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mock and I, SUB salad course to the two tables CAFEIliway

-- // Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Test. Jr.. all AUTO I SACHET COMPACTS

of Fort Pierce. The latter couple I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman .

was married Sunday afternoon at I; seat the weekend at Cedar Key 301 At South City Limits COLOGNg BROOCHES

the Christian Church parsonage by ,, fishing.I .

Rev. Swindall. i I Joe Montieth from the U. of F \ Toilet Water Perfume Powder

Mss --.. Mr and Mm. Leslie Chllds and and his cousin, Paul Canova of Sl'KCIALS I

Rev. Homer Swindall Sunday. I of Joe' brolher-ln=law and sister $1,33SIIItIMP :
.... Young will leave Mrs. O. J. McOrlff Jr CHICKEN -
Jessie and _
Mr. Cleveland. Ohio to attend -I Mr. also visited other friends and ___- ___ ____ __ ,____ ___ -- 1.00
Friday for They .90
SNAPPER PINCERS ,- -----
Convention RED
the African Violet relatives In Starke. Delicious SPECIAL SALEAT
will STEAK .75
and flower show which WESTERN CUBE: ----- -
STEAK _____ 1.00)
convene for two weeks. Mu. Randolph Crosby and Mrs BACON WRAPPED: SIRLOIN OUR

M. Milton of Lake City were All Basket Specials! Include French: Fries Choice of

I oNSMIEIEO Mrs. Homer Swindall and son. guesta of the Maxie Carters Wednesday Salad Toast or Rolls

Anthony, Mrs. Havana Johns visiting and of last week.; SOc & SS Counters
Dorothy were
daughter,
tr. and MM. Leslie Chills Mon- Mr. and Mr. Alton Dobbs and Let Us Solve Your GIFT Problem
day daughter Eloise, visited Mr. and Sandwich Specials
-
Mrs. Eddie Murrhee Saturday and
POINTS Chief and :Mrs. Paul Keleher Sunday In Folkston Ga. Hamburger with French: Fries and Slaw ____ u .15

Thursday. April 19. driv- __ _______ .60
will leave Pastrami on Rye
-----j lleautifullu Wrapped
to Marcus. Iowa to be presentfof Mr. and Mra.' J. E. Hardy and Roast lied with Homemade Potato Salad _____ .50 f All Gills

cc6t&nwoh the observance of the Golden daughters Janet and] Jane and Roast Pork with Homemade Potato Salad .______ .15
Kxtra ChargeKOCH'S
, Wedding of Chief Kelehera parent their niece Charlene Hardy spent! Baked Ham with Homemade Potato Salad --.--- .15 At No

1lNlW.pONtOpN7AN, UN *, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Keleher Sunday In Fernandina sight-see

r@'turnlay:! 1. !
will Ing.
'f FOR SALE AT They

.. Mrs. JImmie Pollock Mr' Rev. and Mrs. Garfield Evans Fountain Drinks DRUG STOREStarke

(I' Bradford County Johnson of Plant City. andMr. Methodist Missionaries' \ to Cubs
Esther here Thursday of last Shaken ---- .20
W G. Struth of were visitors Rich Creamy Milk Fla.
Telegraph and Mrs. the new __ ---- .20
Sunday week.' They were driving Malts __ __ .
Siesta "
Jacksonville were Ueer and Ice Cream) - .15 .
W. H. Strutn and MissKate car presented to them from Florida Brown Cow (Root I -- -- -
Mrs.
of MethodlsU. I

Struth. .

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" APR: PAGE FOUR 20 195 1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, BTARKB. .FLORIDAOfflro ____""FRIDAY----- pfd h


Merry Beth Knight Weds William ColsonIn WMU Meeting Christian Ladies 1 WOW Members Elect Intermediate My\ ..

. Have Supper Meeting Officers
,', Lovely Church Ceremony Sunday Night Held At ChurchThe Bible Class Meets ,
I.. Woodman's The
" of the Ladles Members of the Intermediate I
meeting
A 'r business and program meetIng The social Circle will meet In the WOW hall Youth Fpllowhll rb&.
Christian
of the at
.. of the Baptist WMU was hel 1 held at the home' held
educational building TueS' Church was I Ita,
In the and
A a covered dish supper officers on
,
Swindall Tuesday
,. ;J day afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Homer April 8, with sunda r
meeting. the
: night. The living room was decorated ''u
members present. ihSnenj
61 including being elected n:
with glads and lilies for the Distinguished guests MI
.h The Ida Darby Circle presentedthe occasion. Games were played Miss Abbie E. Holdeu of Jackson president; M8| lane "
Phone 29 program with Mrs L. D, Bessie Green of Live vice-president p.
throughout the eveningRefresh- ville and Mils '
_____ __ Is Haines, program chairman In I for secretary; 'Irkk \
,... -r fi, ments were served to approximately Oak, will be on the program R0id tltNih>!, >
charge. The devotion was givenby 20 ladles.The the evening. A closed ritual erj; and Marcus ;Rape _'
Ward Biggs Elected Mrs. Dave Paulk, followed will follow the program. I the Methodist IItIt. ;
Joyce Yvonne social and bulslness meet- meeting Youth,
P'un4
i An-
Wesley
with by Mrs. Carol '
White
I prayer changed and also members are urged to be .m the
has been All
New President Ing cum\ ',
Weds C. L. WigginsOn drews. Sylvia Paulk and Tommy will beheld covered the Intermediate
combined. Both meetings present and to bring a MYF
Sunday, April 8Miss Of Men's Fellowship ,. Care.Haines" sang a duet, "Jesus Does,1 at one meeting and will always dish. officers will be ,'nltltied 1\\
Sunday
be in the homes. evening service
Joyce Yvonne Ward Leslie Bigga was elected president The topic, "Glimpses of Youth; The next meeting will be the lit)
Barefoot
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. j of the Starke Methodist Around the World," was present first Tuesday" night in May at the Mrs. i Hank Graham

Ward and Mr. Charles L. Wigging Men's Fellowship at the semiannual ed as follows: Germany Julia Lawson home of Mrs. Leon English. Luncheon HostessMrs. Hop
of Brooker and San Diego,I election held Monday nightat e' yer ; Nigeria, Alleae Lawson; Japan At Theatre Party

Cal'f.! son of Mr. and Mre. Law the Methodist Educational Helen Haines; Italy., Joan PILAU SUPPERA P. M Barefoot was hostessat
of Brooker were j Building Other officers elected to Tenly. Young Hank Graham
rence Wiggins, I I a "Vanishing Luncheon" Thursday kol 1 \
married Sunday, April 8, at three serve with Mr. Biggs for the next The girls trio sang a number chicken pilau supper for the for the benefit of the WSCS his little friends lathe t

o'clock in the afternoon In the six months are Guy B. Williams, with Julia Lawson at the piano. benefit of the Methodist Churchbuilding Methodist building fund Tuesday afternoon ln CI.;.
Livingston Memorial Chapel of the vice president and W. W. Calnes, Mrs. Lex Green gave a talk on the fund will be given by the of his ninth birthday snot
Foundation, Gainesville.Tall Jr., secretary-treasurer. Mid-Century White House Con.' Evelyn Deal Sunday School Class Mrs. Barefoot had as he guest After the show the

Wesley baskets of white gladioli A chicken pilau supper was en- ference on Child Welfare that shttended. : on Saturday night, April 28, in the I! Mrs. Daisy Perryman, Mrs. I. N. went to the W H Grahallli\-11:,

chrysanthemums palms and Joyed by the men present with Mrs. Haines spoke e on educational building. Supper will Selg, Mrs. L. J. Green, Mrs C. H. where sandwich, Cf ,. ,
standing candelabra holding tapers the following committee in charge: 1 I "Plans for the Youth of our be served from 6:30: until 8 o'clock.I Quick and Miss Juanita Phillips. cake were servoa ta

f were uaed In the chapel. ''I Carl Johns, Leslie Biggs, Guy Williams 1 1J 1ti Country." .. .. ,-. .. .. .. _
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--
and Woots Calnfs, Ben ------
, Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor of the I Tho bulslness meeting was pre-
, First Presbyterian Church, officiated I I rail, supervisor" of constructionon sided, over by the president, Mrs,
Methodist. Church
the y\
new
at the double ring ceremony. S. E. Sparks.
Mrs. Floyd, L. Northrop, chapel building, was the guest of honor I

choir director, presided at the : and spoke briefly about the construction YWA Meets With
: of the new church. Carr

[prenuptial organ, presented music. a. program of)Colley was named chairman of the'I '. Miss Sue BiggsThe / f.
21' e
committee for the May
supper : e
white nylon i
A wedding gown of .
I1it: 'net over white taffeta was worn by I I'OJ. meeting with Berry S. Johns and | Y W A met at the home tSue

the bride. The fitted bodice of taf. : Ovid Lewis as assistants Biggs, Monday April 16. The
I
[feta had a sweetheart neck line''' meeting was called to order by

Wand the bouffant skirt had -a wide BPW Election Helen Haines and opened with

flounce of nylon net over taffeta.er the Y, W. A. dedication and song,
veil, of nylon Illusion,'finger. Held MondayNight, "Oh' Zion Haste." Jo Ann Silo:

held by a pearl) -- led In prayer. In the absence of
tip length, was Mrs. June Brownlee was elect-
1 incrested tiara. She carried a prayer ed president of the local Business :. the program chairman, Clara lt

!\.. book centered with a purple! and Professional Woman's Club Photo by Hollywood 1)1'Thomas presented Sue Biggs the program and Joan"Stop Ten, : .--. Customers** SUPER RIGHT
streamers,
satin ribbon
!L orchid and at their April meeting Monday Corner *
Look and Listen. A short bust
r,'. 'lowered with orange blossoms.I evening. Mrs Bobby Maprl will; Miss Merry Beth Knight daughter Ito advantage throughout the reception committee '-

te bride was given In marriage serve as first vice president, with of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V. room in decorating for ness ports meeting concluded with the meeting. Refreshments re- A few years ago we had Ready to Eat
y her father. Mrs. Thelma Dlnklns second" vice Knight became the bride of William the occasion. The fireplace was
served. The quite a few complaints ,
were
r Miss Elizabeth Dunn, was maidf president; Miss Madge Mlddleton, Colson, son ft Dr. end Mrs banked with fern and the mantel
I will be 14th at about the at
next meeting May delay our
> honor and J. Howard Ward corresponding secretary; Mrs. Melba Lemuel Colson, In an impressive held a centerpiece of dainty sprint: i HAMSSHANKS
I Clara Thomas' home. checkout stands. $
>rather of the bride, was beat man. Partln recording secretary;; ceremony performed Sunday eve : flowers In a silver holder. -4
Tshers were Gene Retch and John and Mrs. Maryon Arnold, treas. ning1, at 8:30: o'clock in the First The bride's table, covered with a I 1 We worked hard to solve *

rabham. I urer. Methodist Church. Officiating at linen cutwork cloth held a center Dinner Party this problem! by increasing : HALF lb. .
The maid of honor was gownel The nominating committee was the double ring ceremony was arrangement of seasonal flowers Given For Couple and improving the stands -i sand 6

In an Ice blue taffeta and net J composed of Mrs. Margaret Miller, Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell. In a, sliver container. Silver com training our checkers BUTT .
HALF
I lb.
Itl fashioned on the same lines as that Mrs. Dolly Sullivan and Mrs. Mildred The church was decorated with potes contained dainty mints. The Mr and Mrs. R. T. Fowler and to do a more efficient job. ,

it the bride. She wore pink carna- I Doyle. Plans are being made arrangements of white gladioli and tiered wedding cake was placedat Trs. Ruby Collins entertained this effort paid
ions in her hair and carried a for installation of ,three. new officers pink carnations in tall baskets and one end of the table. {Iss Merry Beth Knight and William off Has in A&Pl PICNICS, Tenderized, lb. 4 fl
latching bouquet. I at a dinner meeting In May banked with magnolia and native The receiving line consisted of Colson at a turkey dinner at your

Mrs. Ward, the bride's mother, when members of the Jacksonvilleclub greenery. Graduated candelabra the bride and groom and the maidof he Fowler's home Wednesday. Is there a minimum oj)

' ore a navy sheer dress compllicnted will be Invited as guests. Mrs. with burning white tapers cast a honor. Greeting the guests at evening of last week. delay at the checkout \lIgooII

; : by navy blue accessories Lorraine Champion will be In I soft glow over the netting. As the the door were Mrs. D. E. Knight The white linen-covered dining stand BACON, lb. 49c Smoked

!er corsage was of pink earns charge of arrangements for that wedding guests assembled for the and Mrs. Lemuel Colaon. Keep- able held a centerpiece of red Our checkers strive con-

, ;Ion II. evening. ceremony, a program of prenuptial Ing the bride's book was Mrs :arnatlons In a low crystal bowl, stantly to be courteous, efficient .J SunnyflfM Super Right BACON
A navy ensemble was chosen by The local group has been contributing music was rendered by Mrs. Richard Fowler. Tanked by four burning white and accurate. '
frll. Wiggins mother of the bride- each month to the ex- E. K. Perryman church organist.The Assisting in serving at the reception BACON, lb. 59c
r In low holders.
ff{ Her accessories matched I pensen of a girl who Is a junior In traditional wedding marches were Mrs. Ruby Johns, tapers If you have any suggestions LB 55c

r.\her\groom.dress and her corsage wasffrMIlao I denomination school, studying to were used Mra. John Mixon of Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mrs. R. A. The hostesses gave the brtde-to- that will help them Ready to Cook YounffDUCKLING

of pink carnations.The | be a missionary to Japan. They Gainesville and Don Page of Green, .Mrs. W, B. Mundy, Mrs.C be a piece of her chosen china as improve our checkout serve ] lb. 65c

bride's parents gave a reception j are planning to send her a box of Starke were soloists, accompaniedby H. Nasworthy and Miss Peggy a remembrance of the occasion. ice, please let us know. ,

In the lounge of the Foun- clothing and useful articles soon. Mrs. Perryman at the organ. Caldwell. Please write: "'-'.. :.4 Fresh Salt I t
latlon following the ceremony, : The retiring club president, Mrs. The bride who was given In After spending some time with

fore than 1,50 l guests attended. I(I Pauline Torocle, plans to attend marriage by her father, chose for their guests, the young couple left CUSTOMER RELATIONS.... SHRIMP, lb. 69c BACON
[' .
mjbATI ,
'BPW / ,
White fluwers were used in dec- the State Convention, of 'her maid of honor and only attendant for' a short wedding trip. Mrs. '" DEPT.

rating AkAc) cloth '''covered the I Clubs (o be held 1* Miami in May. I her sister, Miss Nancy Colson chose for traveling a pink 4420 Lexington Ave., _. Ocean PerchFILLETS LB 33c

ride's table' which was centered! Hostesses Mrs. Melba Partin Lee Knight. Miss Knight wore a tailored suit with matching accessories -- New York 17. N. Y. lb. 39c

vlth a three-tiered wedding cake I and Misses Annette Simpson and ,beautiful gown of pastel blue nylon and complemented with a ,

urrounded with nylon net and! Delia Rosenberg served delicious net featuring a fitted bodice anda white orchid. After April 19 Mr. as
refreshments following the business skirt. She carrieda making their ANN PACK: PURE
resting on a reflector. A miniature: full pleated and Mrs. Colson are
rldal couple under an arch of I meeting. nosegay of sweetheart roses home In Orange Park near the GRAPE JELLY, 12 oz. 22c
lilies of the valley topped the cake'. with white satin streamers. Naval Air station where Mr. Col-

he punch table was covered with I TEL Class Meets Acting as best man for Mr. Col son Is stationed. ANN PAGE CREAMY! SMOOTH:
Ed- of the t r
brother-in-law 1f
graduate
his Is
bride a
The
low lace arrangement cloth and of centered white snap-with,I At Barefoot Home son ward was J. Wilt of Detroit Mich Gainesville High School and at- ti PEANUT BUTTER, 8 oz. 23
i II Knight University i
Charles Florida State
The ushers were tended the
k'bi
ragon. and Queen Anne's lace| The T. E. L. Class of the First Comer Perryman, Jewett Fogg In Tallahassee.Mr. 1 ANN PAGE fir ,
alanced by a punch bowl at eithernd School met at the
Baptist Sunday and Mack Futch. Colson recently graduatedfrom
SALAD DRESSING
> of the table. P. M. Barefoot lastFriday qts. 53
[home of Mrs. The bride was gowned in a the University of Florida ,
Mrs Lucille Ward, cousin of the I for the monthly
afternoon candle- of Science
model of pink Bachelor
holds
ride, was in charge of arrange-'I business meeting and social. floor length satin with a fitted bodice and degree. a 1 1i 1i i ANN PAGE TOMATOKETCHUP: DELICIOUS OR WINESAP

menu for the reception and Miss The attractiveness of the Barefoot glow bouffant skirt. Her shoulder About 150 persons attended the i 8 16c
I awl oz.
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cut the cake. i iMn. for this 2
y4 'aullne Bryan I home was enhanced length veil of bridal illusion fell wedding and reception. Among 0e APPLES,2IbSe. |
Christine Ward, cousin ofKlhe occasion with vases and 'bowls oil .
lace and net Mrs.
j from a headpiece of the out-of-town guests were SULTANA
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Iris
: bride, and Mrs. pre-'! Spring flowers placed at vantage and the bride carried _.a white Alice Thomas, grandmother of
ilded at the punch bowls. | points in the living and dining prayer book with showers of satin the bride, Mrs. A. M. Dobarganes, Every time the clock licks, TUNA FLAKES, flats 28c FRESH CRISPLETTUCE

Mrs. T. J, Price greeted and rooms. and net streamers. Mrs. T. G. Rltch. Mr. and Mrs. someone .benefit from hating
,Introduced the guests to the reviving After the study of "Outlines of Mrs. Knight. chose for her Oscar Smith and son, Sidney all the right insurance Don't let ANN PAGE MACARONI Ige head .l 1

line. Bible History" conducted by the daughter's wedding a floor length of Jacksonville: Mrs. W. W. Bar- time pans without checking your LINGUINE 1 Ib. 17c ,
Miss Alice Marie Thomas assist1 Class Teacher, Mrs. H. L. Hough, studded D. C. Mr. and ,
gown of dusty pink crepe ton of Washington policies against your need*. See
t .d 1 In serving. a short business session was presided with rhlnestones. SIM com' Mrs. Edward Wilt of Detroit, UM this. wrk.GEjtERRtJfttURRN'CE. AMERICAN: FANCY TENDERCUCUMBERS
I Miss Edna Jane Stianley wall in over by the Class President, plemented her costume with a pale Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Col-

charge of the bride's book, which Mrs. R. A. Thomas. The offering green orchid. son, :Jr.? of Panama City Mr. and CHEESE, lb. 58c Ib. 1

all on a lace covered table. amounted to $9.50. The Class Mrs. Colson wore a beautiful Mrs. D. C. Jones. Dr. and Mrs. J. ,

The bride wore for traveling, a voted to give $10 to the "air con- pastel blue chiffon and lace gown E. Maines, Mr. and Mrs. John Mix- FOREMOST: CREAMED

' Ink linen bolero suit with white dition" fund of the church. with a shoulder corsage of pink on, Rev. Fred Yerkes. all of Cottage CHEESE 12 LARGE. SUNKISTLEMONS
her was an I At the close of business the oz. 26c
iccessorles and corsage roses Mrs. Edward Wilt sister Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Garland i ic.c

irchid from her prayerbook. Mr. 1 hostess assisted by Mrs. F. F. of the groom was gowned in Godwin, of Palatka, Robert S. Bird as ( my, AGtnrfr KRAFT PIMENTO doz. 25 2 .
Igglns and his bride went to the Flume served coffee, tea and white crepe with green accessories of Jacksonville Air Base, Robert .WAlNU7U. PHOMI25 5 OZ. JAR ,

act Coast for a wedding trip I home made cake'. to the 12 ..'members White of St. Augustine. CharlesR. Cheese SPREAD, 26c -

iftcr which they will stop at points I present. V Immediately following1 cere Myera of Jacksonville, Mr. and FRESH: CROOKNECT YELLOW

'>f interest en route to San Diego, mony a reception was held In St. Mrs. Hal Y. Maines, Mr. and Mrs. PLANTERS

'here they will reside j jRehearsal Party Mark's Parish House. Numerous ;Joe Hill Williams and daughter, Cocktail PEANUTS SQUASH 2lbs. 11
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Mrs. Wiggins graduated from InnA arrangements of whit. gladioliand Miss Jo Anna Williams of Lake 34c ,
lalnesvllle High School In 1947 | At Avery pink carnations were placed Butler.
I.C
and attended the University otj I l lovely dinner party was held f & GLIM for the dishes 28c FRESH: SWEET YELLOW

Florida. Bradford Saturday evening at Avery Inn Starke Musicale I Young Women's STARKE n':.'
finished at 2S
Mr. Wiggins Colaon-Knlght wed- BABO CORN 4
the Ic offer
High School In 1947 before enteringthe preceding ding rehearsal for members of Plans Observance Circle MeetingThe 3 cans 25c ears /

University of Florida. He Is i| and friends. Fri., Sat. Apr. 20, 21
the wedding party
technician, |Of Music Week. ot AIR WICK
now serving as a dental Numerous arrangements of regular monthly meeting Double Feature deodorizer 53c
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second class, in the U. S. Navy. colors I he Young Women's Circle of the
in variegated
Out of town guests at the wedding sweet peas and liv I The Starke Musicale met Tuesday First Presbyterian Church wet Blues Busters I
|' decorated the dining room Ideal DOG FOOD A
Included Mr. and Mrs. W. W.I room of the Inn. The dining evening at the Club House I held at the home of Mrs. W. 1. 15c Real Coffee Value

Seckinger, uncle and aunt of the I ing overlaid with an Importedlace with Mrs Mona Canova president, Jackson, Thursday evening, April Iluntz Hall and Adele Jrrgrns
table,
bride and their son, Charles |I cloth with garlands of colored presiding. MusicVe'k.. 12. In the absence of the presi ANDRANGE UNCLE DENS CRESCENT CITYCOFFEE
Seckinger of Montbrook; Mr. and centerpieceof Plans for National dent Mrs., J. B. Bunch, vice-presi RICE 14 .
held oz. 19c
a ,
crepe,paper May 6 to 13, were discussed anda -
Mrs. A. B. Folks, cousins ot the i larkspur stock, roses, sweet family program was plannedfor dent, presided over the business LAND _

bride and Miss Volumnla Whiteof peas and baby breath. The service Thursday. May 10, featuring meeting.month's entitled Whip Wilson and Andy Clyde Crisco Shortening 3 lb- 1.17c
Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. J. Emory [' for the buffet dinner was Foster This program : .
Cross, cousins of the bride and of pastel shades songs by Stephen "The' Home and the Church." was Cartoon and Serial!
crystal of
Mann of [served on An enjoyable program piano given by Miss Louise Stern. TIDE and CHICORYYou'll
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence carrying out the pastel color motif. numbers were rendered by Lu large pkg. 31c
Mrs. F. H. Schnauas, aunt hot Following the program a delightful
Jelrose; Pearce poured
Mrs. Bertha and Buzzy f
Green Bill Green Sun, Mon., Tues. enjoy this famous A &
and her son, and coffee. social hour was enjoyed
Dof the bridegroom Russian tea DUZ
Green. SOAP
delightful occa- April 22, 23, 21 POWDER 31c Blend of New Orleans tP
this
John Schnauas, of Jacksonville; Enjoying by the 12 members present Mrs. log
Mrs. Hollis Coffee at the amazing
Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Wiggins, uncle sion were Luncheon Given Jackson served delicious refreshments
| Knight. Miss Merry Beth Knight, AMBUSHKolwrt Kirks Castile SOAP 9c everyday Price of
Band aunt of the bridegroom, of William S. Colson, Illss Nancy At Pickering HomeMr. assisted by :Mrs. Guy Andrews.

Jacksonville; and M. F. Wiggins, Lee Knight. Charles E. Knight, .
uncle of the bridegroom, of New Mack Flitch Jewett Fogg, Comer and Mr. L. N. Pickering The May meeting will be held at Taylor and John Hodlalc Camay SOAP, reg, bar 9c C

Perryman Mrs. E. K. Perryman. were hosts at a covered dish picnic the home of Mrs."Guy Andrewson Also News and Short

ver. I Mr. and Mrs. Edward! Wilt. luncheon Sunday honoring their Temple Ave. Ivory SNOW, Ige. pkg. 31c 5 9
Rev. and Mrs T. G. Mitchell and son Seaman Michael Pickering,
Mrs. P. T. Bartow of Washing who Is on leave before reporting Wed.. Thurs.- Apr 25, 26
UsedTELEVISION !WCTU Convention Ivory SOAP med. bar 9c Per
ton D. C., Mra. John Mixon of back Nasturtiums to duty at were Bainbridge attractivelyused Md. Double FeatureVendetta I Pound

Gainesville and Don Page of The Laura Scott Union W, C. T.
In decoratingthe Pickering P & G SOAP .8 _
Seta Starke. home for the occasion. t U., wall well represented at the c

Attending the party were :Mr. district convention held In Gainesville

$59.95Up Ladies AuxiliaryThe and Wayne Mrs.Sargent R. C. of Dunn Jacksonville and Mrs. members Tuesday.attended :The Mrs.following W. N. AND Sweetheart Soap, bath bar 13c A' & P Food Ston'

of the
Ladies Auxiliary Beach Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lewis Guerrilla CommandWith 1T''hhe
Presbyterian Church will meet and sons. Homer Jr., John. Hal Johnson, president; },In. :J. All Prices shown lure (including these of Great Atlantic and Pacific Teat(
:
Chas. C. Shepherd Thursday afternoon, April 2"$-, at and David and Dale Slprelle of Thornquest, vice president; Mrs. Anna May Wong Item not subject to celling) are jrtitirantrcd. EBllr C.mtrm<. Co..rr1 k<... ISM

3 o'clock at the home of Mra. C. Keystone Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgle Avery, Mrs. Ruby Good. Aim Latest News Thursday April 1ft through Wednesday, April 300 East Call St.

Radio T.V.Seat Covers I C. Wjrnn. All" members are asked Qart Mftthews and Pace Lewis of man, )Miss. Edna Noegel, and Miss 2'-
307 W. Call Starke" Susan Wallace I STARKE FLA.
I Starke.
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IUL ao> 1051 ? BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FXCUtrDAH.ll {
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. Mr. and :Mrs. Julian Peek Mrs. W E. Thornton Is spending 1
and< r WINNERS Jury Venire Pi haven Oroahv r i pntv Clerk Court andaun. wh rein plaintiff
baby son of Atlanta, Ga. were a few days with her daughter Aau A Lowry 18 W University seek, dlvuruu, rr.toatnn|. at maiden
visiting Mr and Mrs. J. H. Ritcl In Auburndale and a few days with' I Pictured below are the winner For Spring Term .Ave .. (fsln.svllle( Florida name and. awuid, of minor child to
\tty for Pit., 1120; 4t till d.'rond..nt.Dr..M..d
'dnaui 4- at Kingsley Lake Saturday while. her slater 'in Plant City. I Inn the recent children's popularity Of Circuit Court County Telegraph shall

enroute to Fort Lauderdale where I content sponsored by the Eastern I I In Circuit fort llrndfonl fonnlrI'lorMni publish this. Order. In nest four
they will make their home. Mr. Mrs W N Johnson has returned II Star Chapter: I The following men have been :, IN fknnrrrr. weekly Issues.Witness my hand and official
Mat;
ulllno tr
Plaintiff
,
?M THE NEWS Peck a former resident of Starke from a week's visit with friend I selected" to comprise the jury I hors,,,- K lli-y,Kelley Defendant. VB seal. at "titanic, Florida, this April
.
la going. in business in Fort Lau- In Jacksonville. I venire for the spring term of circuit I of riihllc-mloii.. And Case Nittli-No. 8.1Ortlrr 'I'oA.pear II, 1051.iotf 'n iAt HEAL) A. J. Thomas
derdale.! court which will convene here KI'tlH Aa Cleric of said Court.rv .
itlr
.101111) To
Mr. and Mrs. J. a. Kellam of Monday morning at 10 o'clock. I I Ilni-Hi'it Knllny, whose rmldcnca III Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Afro Bill Sexton and son, Stevie, I Mr. hknown. T. Frank Lnndrum Htarke, Florida.
t s spent the week- and Mrs. R. R. Thede of Tallahassee were dinner guests at O. C Cason, Wesley Halek You Ally for Pit. 4'SO' 4t Kill
Ga. their ara required to appear on
of are visiting
1la. Zeta Sorority Atlanta Jacksonville were hosts at a faml Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Saturday Freeman Register Jr., Carlton I ;May 31, 1961, :in the hnv. named -
1\Ie.\ uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs Cal- ly dinner party Sunday celebrating Mr. Kellam was for many; Davis John Shuford, Dan Thomas ;' Court.... and oim''., wherein plaintiff In. l'Ircal'oar.. llmilfforil Ci.ntttr,
.
(d vin Johns this week. the K* seek. divorce, care, custody larltlHi. In 4 kanpery.KnotIt .
birthday anniversary of head Florida State Oscar Carter C. J. Crews AubreyR.
years of the I and control of minor child. II. Hummerall, t'lalnllff, v.
at the Uglow Mrs Thedu's mother Mrs. Q. W. College for Women. Since retiringhe Moore, W. H. Hall, Lucian Con Bradford County Telegraph shall Lillian 8ummeraltr"' Defendant.Can. ,
J Mrs. R.Jr. Mr and Mrs. Charles Hardy Brown of Starke. publish thla Order In runt four No. 1392
Mr. and Helping to celebrate has been engaged in the real ner Carl Carter, Sid Shuford Guy .
weekly lamia .,.... ''
drove Mrs. Hardy's ulster Mrs. (Sell. of I'uhllcNlloH ftiiiiiw !'u
and Mrs. J. L. I the occasion were Dr. and estate business ParrUh, Lonnie L. Crawford Jr., Witness my hand sod official, tPHi-ar Mr.VIH OK" KI.OIIID1 TolMm.
children. Mr. A. R. Furnag, Jr., to Jacksonville Mrs. Q. W. Brown of Tallahasseeand Nathan Hall Ro;. Green Wlllard\ seal at Ktarka, Florida, this April Lillian Hummerall whose rentdene -
1 h hree Tuesday where she caught a planeto 14th, 1H5I.WfVKlAT. and address la. 108 8. "SumterStreet I
, McDowell and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown of Mrs. George Flynn spent last Wynn Lloyd Dyal Raymond SEAT.) A .T. Thomas Humtttr, Mouth Carolina:
d Mrs. J. P. Mc- her home in Union town. Ohio. Starke. week visiting her son-in-law and Faulkner Adam Green, Douglas P. A. Clark of .Hld! Court. You are required to appear on
Mrs. Furnas has been visiting rev Haven Crosby, Denntv cinpir, I May 11. 1951. In the above '
Johnnie W. H. namedCourt
Jacksonville Hardee Cheat
I'of daughter Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phil 4120, 4t 5111 and cause, wherein
friends and relatives in Florida plaintiff
Mrs. T. Q. Ritch and son, Tom lips Jr. In Macon Ga. (I r Harrell. Russell Norman Guy Har- seeks dlvoruei. award of childrenand 0
jcCormack visited for the past month. .. I Jr. of Jacksonville were Sunday tell Floyd Crosby B. M. McRae, In llreull ('..or.. llrndford ('ouu.,.. aunport money to defendant. .t
etersburg the first a*? i* *' :'L-----:: ; ; : ; i night guests of Mrs. Rltch'i Crosby Dawklns son-in-law ol George Rivers H. C. Harley Joe nelly Klrllni Ioul In..o t himrrrr.111",1.... Plaintiff, va I publish Kradford this County Order Telegraph In next shall four

Mrs. Harriet Hart Lamb of parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman wan Moody, Harry H. Lewis J. T. Arthur Travli Hairier, liefendnntCane I weekly lasuea.Wllnonn I
Penney Farms had as her lunch Brown.Mr. Land Lonnle Tctoton, Earl Mos- No. 8.1113 my hand and official
guests at Avery Inn promoted to a first lieutenant last Ontre of Pnhllratliin And Vi.tloe. To seal at Htarka, Florida, this April
of North eon Tuesdays ley, Russell Green. lnnrnr "'I'1'1'E nF .
X P. Orr week Lt. Dawkinn Is being transferred KIOIIIII 1..1 Lath 1951.lOKKMCIAf.
guests of her Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKee of Pen- and Mrs W. T. Jackson and from Point, N. C. tn tore Cherry mid
ney Farms and Mrs. Sarah I. 1I\KR SAI.F' address la Route 1. AM Clerk. of *al and cousin Mrs. son visited Mrs. Jackson's parents Quantoco Va. the first of May. Thnmaoinn' OsoritlR. ':-V Un'.r CrMthv. nepn"- c'"rk I
way home Ehbrlng of Washington, D. C. I Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Loudon Sr. You arc required to appear on T Frank fatndnm, Htiirk.- rit.rlcla,
their A bake sale will be held Saturday May 21. ISfil At( ,
I I, in the all">v mimed > for Plf 4120| 4t 5111IIiiEIE7iuir
|In Sarasota.of Mr. and Mm. Hans Walker were: Sunday In Keystone Heights.Mr. Mrs. Herbert Ritch returned April 21, at 0:30: o'clork by I l

overnight guests of Mrs. Marlon:: home Saturday after a week'astay the Junior Woman's Club in front -
Jacksonville and Mrs. J. H. Ritch are I I KINO: ; Prevatt, of !
Faulk in Jacksonville Thursday in St. Vincent's hospital where Stcpheg son of the Bradford Hardware Co. All I
guest of :Mr. and night. ); leaving this weekend for Newton she underwent a major operation. Mr and Mrs. Edwin T Prevatt, members are naked to bake a coke I
Sth Miss Joan Oa. for few days visit with I u
and a Mrs cookies etc.. and have them turned I !
I For print )'ou ulll) he proud t.. Clara Peek and Mrs.. C. H. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Begue had In Friday afternoon! or not Intel I I

show your frli-rnl Bring 111 3'11'1 Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish as their weekend guests Mr. and than 0: A. M. Saturday morning. )'

J. M. Albrltton of I film for dce|,>|)lnjt awl printIng. R. P. McLcndon Robert Cri-en and Mrs. L. F. Channell and son. Mikeof Please turn in baked goods tr I I -- Dedicated Ti Community Service
Sunday dinner lloll\\o RUB Walkers. l'I Sheriff Edward Porter In Ocalu Howard Engleking of Detroit, Katherine Carlisle,< of phone F.v..1 I

Ltd. Col. T. T Long who landed )I Monday. Mich. Edwards, phone 223J. Member are Sat Apr. 21 ONLV:'

fcon returned home In New York Tuesday Joined his) I Lewis also asked to put food on contain. Double Feature TUt'l4., 11'ed.Apr.. 21. 2.)
'soup. Oa. where I family in Starke Thursday eve- Mr. and Mrs. Ovid and Miss Phyllis' Sneed returned h ers that do not need to be returned

eon-In-r ning after two and a half years of daughters Emily Ann and Gwenn home Sunday from St. Vlncenfi I r A MYSTERY KIM STALKS

|i duty in the U. S. Zone Army of'I were In Charleston, S. C.I last hospital where she underwent an "WANTKII C'ori'ONS"! r .; ms TOWN i
a
Friends
|a month. Occupation In,, Germany. Co!. Thursday and Friday on"business appendectomy ON.tld.
ear that Mrs. TI- Long will be assigned to' the Third I -. If you have any coupons, please
Julia (Mrs. J. D. Army. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Cartervere Mr. and Mrs. C. Muhlhofer who save them for Iate.

i been seriously ill guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Z have been visiting their son and And bring them In Sunday, It R

t to Walter Reed Mrs. Louis R. Dean will attend Austin In Tampa Tuesday night dnughter-in-law the Wally MuM won't be too late.
{Tnahlngton, D. C. the convention of the NCCW In I hofers for five weeks returned Hut! If you forget them you still

t 'ight her grand- Sarasota Sunday through Tues Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr. and yesterday to Chicago. They will be can't fail a'k

> Carol back to day. Mrs. Dean, a delegate to the daughter Sally 'Ann were overnight back soon however to make their rlccniiHo any size bundle ran go

until her mother convention from the local deanery guests Thursday If last weekof home at Keystone Heights where through the mall.

hospital.l is on the board of directors for Mrs. Epperson's parents Mr. they purchase a lot on Lake Geneva Now these are our children we love
Diocese of St. Augustine Father and Mrs. R. L. Richard In Jack and will build. them so dear. I

1 I Con enleam and Wm. H. Newhaus will also at. sonville. Sally Ann stayed over the Let'H send thorn our coupons all i uniiic rltTlaa

krr linoleum ai tend the meeting. 1 weekend with her grandparents Recent guests of )(I'S.V.. N through the year. g "9

Friends will regret to hear that Johnson were Dr. F. P. Daniel of Any kind are good And -
and iuM+fs 1 Kate Strut)!. I II Ala. ""'anl"-"-4>ni> F.mt" Short
Mrs. Wilma Dockstader Mr. I Sally Ann became III with chickenpox New York and London England Ii

J. D. Bridles of and Mrs.f. L. Lawson spent on Tuesday. and Mr and Mrs. J. E. Owen ol' D..1I.1 i ShsaalGre/J//a k " |ire Saturday eve- Jacksonville on busi- of QUEEN: Gloria Rae (1.\UU: or TIIVNKH! NY.a M"salt', line
Tuesday I Mrs. J. P. Johnson Lexington \
JMr. and Mrs. ,J. ness. 12 Ft. Gold seal Congolcum and Ky daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I I wish to express my heartfelt I nw
lien
J. CAl Bell.BetaSigma.
and Mrs. Armstrong Quaker Linoleum aI'' floral'
Kenneth Grlder1, who is stationed Hart. Furniture" Ct>. I Mrs. Effle Johns had as her I i pieces appreciation given forthe and all lovely klndm-sites I #;; ., Fri. Apr. 20( 27

at Fort Jackson S. C., was last weekend her Ulster, i .
guests PhiThe : and expressions/ of sympathy extended uearin *4 l e e W< "e"i"'e-p*'***"*
Fisher L.were J. I home for the weekend. Mr and Mrs. T F. Landrum i Mrs. Carrie Smith and nephew to me during my recent .. = HIS GREAT LOVE... COLDIrHIS
nd Mrs.
I and daughters Idell Frances andMartha and wife, Mr. and Mrs. L. C of Beta : bereavement. .
bi-monthly
ay while enroute Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish and, spent the weekend In I Smith, all of Webster and her Sigma Phi will be meeting held Monday I Ernest. G nan"r. I Also ('lisp. 1 "Itrm-n Urnlr)'" ONE WEAKNESS..WOMENIE

ilina] to their home son, Bobby of Webster were Sun- Brooksvllle with Mr. Landrum' i brother, M. D. Carter of Lake evening April 23, at 8 o'clock at --- -- Serial and Itnnulcil lliingnlo\v
and Mr. .. .
llrailforil
Fisher day guests of their nephew and In .I"'QII I our n
parents Mr and Mrs. J. A. Land- Worth. .Q..I .M
the home of Mla Evelyn Newsome Klnrlilai In I hanrrrr.Arlaona 1'artiHin Mb v_Aw.
,
(]lil 0 War I buddies. i niece. Mr and Mrs. A. E. Mc- rum, The occasslon being Mr.Landrum'e 10 Mohloy. .Plaintiff V8.Jo..ph ,

i A. Colson and Kinney. birthday.Mr. Attending the 80th birthday an. BHS Girls Lose T. Mohlity, I>ir(*<'nilatit.11.a 'No. 81 Hllrilrv Sun., Mon. -Apr. 22, 23 IN\16111
JR. niversary party of Mrs E. C. off Pilbllratloll And 'Inllr. 'I'Mtpnrxr ...
and Mrs. a. B. Louis R. Dean will be In Daytona and Mrs. Hayes Pattersonof I Sparks of Gainesville Sunday were Softball OpenerIn "TVIH ..r fl.omn i'..iJoupph : ... r"t
| and Mrs. R. C. Beach to Tuesday T. Mohl y, whoiia residence I ,
r. Sunday I E
\\
Columbia and Mr.and BRI1N'I
daughter ln-Iaw.
S. C. .were guests of her son ; I., Unknown: \
esville Sunday. attending an Insurance convention.Mr. Mrs. Mattie E. Mr. and the Toil are required ti> appear on u u
Gahagan last FridayMr I Mrs. S. Sparks their opening game of I : S\l\.U\\
May 21. 1001', In the above namml 1A I M\\\1\
I Mrs. D. L. Thomas and children season the Bradford High girls'aoftl.hll
Court and catii, wherein plaintiff
Ritch returned and Mrs. Charles Hardy and
I and Mrs. Robbie Shaller haveas Seletta and Leslie, and Mr. and 1 team lost to Palatka bya neck fllvorrn.Bradford lQ. \) \
after'' visiting! family .wera. In Palatka Sunday ,' County Telegraph. shall MEACEUUOpM, \\
Trte "
their this and Carson Robert: partywas .
i guests week Mr. Mrs. margin of 18 to B. ....r
the N. T. puhllnh this Order In next four
attended the weddiitg
nlly where they Mrs. Carl White of Nashville held at the home of Mr. and Mary Frances Hi,>zen pitched the weekly Iflmiea.Wltnana IOUROAN.PAGET'CHA.N.DLER '
for ten days. of Mrs. Hardy's brother G. C.
r Tenn. The Shallers also had as Mrs. A. H. Sparks in Waldo. opener for Bradford which was I my hand and official: Alaa "Whin Open Space" Cartoon
McCauley to Miss Jeanette Bell. I eal at Slarka, Florida thin' April
Alpo "IMmanl' i lit Rat You" C'ar.
their weekend guests. Miss Margaret played, last Friday afternoon at the IT, mi.
endoza of Jack- Lambreth of Gainesville. The il Col.! and Mra. Harold Wall and local school's Softball diamond. OFKICIAfe FlI'' \J. A. .T. Thnmn"An laud and Latent Np",... and "Annlveroiiry Trmihlr" Hhort
Mr. Mrs. Lex Green and son. Mike, Cleric of inlil. ('uu rt.
her
parents Shallers and their guests and Von family of St. Augustine spent the Other members of the team who

Griffin and Mrs. spent Wednesday in St. Peters- Ray Tlllcy spent Sunday at Silver I I weekend In Starke attending to saw action in the season's first ... -- ,
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dnesday. burg. Springs I I business and visiting old friends were Shirley Shaw, catcher; '
They stayed at the J. E. Wilson Phyllis Strickland; first bane; CENTRALRESTAURANT \

Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus had as home. I Helen Barry "second base; Carolyn D'A"y j

their guests over the weekend, Mr I Kelly third base; Jimmy Cole Mo..r..H.
and Mrs. Mac Wiley of Panama Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas were right ,field; Jackie Tanner, centerfield

City, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter and I visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tld-i ;, Shirley Carpenter left field; I

Office Supplies son. Bobby and Mrs. Renle Carterof well In O'Brien on Sunday. i and Jimmy Moncrlef who played Sunday May 13 ,
:::,.. ,
Beach'and /
Daytona Mrs. Alice short stop. \: .:
Simms, of Perry, Ga. I Mr. and Mrs.' Jim Ritch of the Nina Bishop, team coach, said 1 -.1.\"F .
I: State Farm gave a surprise birth. that she felt Bradford lost the \'

Mrs Wm. Helntz and son Billy day dinner Thurcday evening of opener mainly because many of r 'fI{ / Inexpensive Gilts Can

Joined Mr. Heintz In Pensacola last .week for Mrs. Ewell Lawson. the team members live In outlying
last Friday where they will make I Mrs. I. N. Breazelle was confined towns and It has been Impossibleto JNOW ,, l lIe So WdcDlnep

r their home. Mr. Heintz Is a chief In St. Vincent's hospital thy. get: them together for a practiceThe 5' ; &t

Instructor In special devices In the)1 early part bf the week with an infected next home game will be

Navy. tooth. with Alachua Monday afternoonat A
I 3 o'clock. Featuring

Senator and Mrs. Charley Johns Mrs. Jane Anderson of Tampa la BOXED CANDY

had as their weekend guests Sen. spending several weeks with her Lions OrganizeAt A Special

Onell Rogells and Jack Rogells of I son-in-law and daughter Mr. and MEN'S MENUAnd AND
Sarasota Miss Helen Kennedy of, Mra. Jack Trawlck, and family. Penney FarmsUnder

Tallahassee and Mrs. Hulda Morgan -' Mrs. A. F. Sauls returned Sun- A Special STATIONERYFINE
of Jacksonville day from St. Vincent's Hospital the sponsorship of Green

I I where she underwent a major oper Cove Springs, a Lions Club has LADIES' MENU

You'll Say. Rev and Mrs. James Ormand I ation. She entered the hospita belnf organized at Penney Farms

"The.bestwritlnafountain and Mr. and Mrs. Fred VVhltner oil I Tuesday of last,;week. I with the following officers elected Breakfast
N. C. were guests last ,,
Shelby
SELECTION OF CARDS
I : C. M. Burkhalter Sr.. president i
pen week of the Mr and Mrs. Jim'' Miss Mary Demaree of Gaines. e Reg.1 Luncheon
ever used. Bitch of the State Farm. I ville was a visitor of her sister, ; George Dick, first vice president I
Mrs. H. C. Rltchf 1 ) C. W Starke. second vice 0 Dinner On Display

AND ONLY 2.00 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. I*' Edwards: ) president; If. M. Sawrey secre 1
Fredrika of Jacknonvlllp Cynthia and Priscllla Cox of A. M. DAILY
and daughter tary-treasurer; K. a. Nagel, _tall OPEN; 7:00: i I
were Wednesday guestsof Live Oak spent the weekend with
POINTS REPLACEABLEFOR Mrs. D. L. Sil- twister. Temple Ave U.) S. 301 "'SITOUlt j
Mr.*. W. It. Struth and Miss their grandmother i
35cA The new club Will hold its charter MOST PERSONdl E
ONLY Kate Struth. cox. Gift COUNTERFOIl j
Flu.TUCK'S .
I meeting and banquet on April Starke,
I
Of Points iI 4y?; l
Wide Variety Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swlndall I Mrs. W. F. Godwin was hostess 24. to FOIl
To Suit Every Taste and Club Tuesday even. !
had as their guests Sunday I to the Canasta
the weekend Mrs. Alfred Ing. Mrs. Godwin served a dcllcl GIFTS
;; Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mock Tellt'l ous salad course to the two tables PEAHLS 1
CAFE
-i ilii \rr. and Mrs. Alfred Test Jr. AUTO
SACHET
of Fort Pierce. The latter couple Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman COMI'ACTSCOLOGNE

was married Sunday afternoon at spent the weekend at Cedar Keys Hiway 301 At South City Limits
the Christian Church parsonage by, fishing BROOCHES

Rev. Swindall. i
Joe Montleth from the U. of F Toilet Water Perfume Powder

Mr and Mrs. Leslie Chllds and and his cousin, Paul Canova. of SPECIALS

daughter Marie were dinner guests Gainesville were weekend guest BASKET Also HOUSEHOLD GIFTS

of Rev. Corner Swindall Sunday. of Joe's brother-law and slater I
l- $1.3' *;
.-l < 1
taMf will leave Jr CHICKEN - "
McGriff, -
Mrs. Jessie Young Mr. and Mrs O. J. II -
"' Y++,''rra for Cleveland Ohio to at also visited other friend and SHIUMI' -- .""
Friday They ---- -
:
Aj.PEltF Cf'-RS--: .90
Conven- j S .
tend the African Violet relatives In Starke. Delicious IlED -
sS0' '1 tion and flower show which will WESTERN CUBE STEAK; ___ uu_ .75 SPECIAL SALEAT

convene for two weeks. Mrs. Randolph Crosby and Mrs BACON WRAPPED SIRLOIN STEAK 1.00

,pJ@ M. Milton of Lake City were All Basket Specials Include French Fries a Choice of OUR .
1 0NOYIEAEO Mrs. Homer Swindall and son. guests of the Maxl Carters Wednesday Salad Toast or Rolls
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daughter Anthony. Mrs.Dorothy Havana were Johns visiting and of last week SOc & $::1. CountersLet

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie ChiMe Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and

day. daughter Eloise, visited Mr. and Sandwich Specials Us Solve Your GIFT ProblemAll

Mrs. Eddie Murrhee Saturday and
IOIMT$
,I Chief and Mrs. Paul Kelnher driving Sunday In Folkston, Ga. Hamburger with French Fries and. Slaw __ .,I 15

will leave Thursday. April 19 Pastrami on Rye _, __ __ --- .60
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to Marcus Iowa to be Presentfor Golden Mr. and Mrs J. E. Hardy and Roast Beef with Homemade I'otato Salad .50 Gifts Ileautl fully Wrapped

&te4woh the observance of the daughters, Janet and Jane and Roast Pork with Homemade Potato Salad .15
Wedding of Chief Keleher's par their niece Cnarlene Hardy spent,J Baked Ham with Homemade Potato Salad .15 At No Extra Charge
Keleher
alelw.po/er /QVNMIJI/ fft ents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sunday In Fernandina Slght-see'j

They will return May 1. ing.
FOR SALE AT

I Mrs. Jimmie Pollock. Mrs i Rev. and Mrs Garfield Evan. I Fountain Drinks KOCH'S DRUG STORE

Bradford County Johnson of Plant City, and Methodist Missionaries to Cuba -
Bother
of were visitors here Thursday of last Milk Shaken .20
Telegraph )Ir. and Mrs. W G. Struth Rich Creamy Starke 1 Ia.
SUnday week. They were driving the new Malts _, ___ __ - .20
Jacksonville were guests ,
them from Florida Cow Root fleer and Ice Cream) .15 u .
Mr y,'. H. Struth and Miss car presented to Brown ( .. -., .. -- "
lof
Methodists.
Kate Struth. ,
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pent the weekend here with relatives girls areProject
about an acre of loana sweet corn Starke on business Monday.Mrs. Working ou ,
A Day Helps Keep "Herm" Hamilton and had nc Earl Green and Mrs. Ernest Miss Rcu. '
Orangegg for r-iI'
* FARMER'SDIARY ,, trouble at all. The rig we are us- Edwards attended funeral Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stokes hadas several of lh, elrq,

, Doctor AwayAn now works out pretty well, services for their grandmother, their dinner guests Saturday Stratton Of p j,
lag
fertilizes, and plants all Mrs, Lee in Jasper last week. Mr and Mrs Everett Padgett and I whIch makiogT'<
J hills up. wapolIllmethods
If the soil had Friends of Mrs. Malcolm Lewis children of High Springs and Mr < ..L
In "me operation and leveled before regret to learn that she is backIn and :Mrs Harry Bleasdale.] Jr. of I ot .
By Sam McGarvey : been well cut up blnlng the 111- Urtbl ;
the Alachua Hospital. Gainesville. :n
diesb
t I !
planting There r
The author will be glad to re- i S Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Lottie Mae, Orin and Edward ot wrln 13 gra!!
1 ( t rolve Item. of lnt the activities of farmer laT sister, Brown of Worthington Springs Crosse of Bainbridge, Ga. were camp .t W" ii, it
Gladys' The
and
-' Bradford County. StiggFHtloiM maybe Gladys Graves showed them Mrs. N. G. Stokes and Mrs. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs, older gin, VB"t t

left at the Telegraph office or Mrs Jones. We big kick out oft Horace Stokes were shopping in Ernest Russ. -sr-r ;>tllablaset JI ,l
,
and got a
T mailed to Sam around Starke Saturday.Mrs. .
MeOarvey Lawtey, when they were able to name Lester Tilghman and children Better." ltakitlDiEp'
!
Florida.Dont because they had read Wilson Green and' sister visited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes,
calves
the Mrs. Troy ,Curly were in Lake p
about them. Tom stopped at a Saturday.
know :what Is happening tc things come up at alL We like tiny spot of White Dutch clover Butler Monday on business. Revival MeetingThe

other folks'] berry production but peanuts roasted and salted. Have growing in the pasture and show Mrs. Ozena; McCalllster of Brooker Baptist Simultaneous -
never been to a "pLnder boiling" dried Gainesville was the weekend guest which
the
could take Revival meeting began
our Is really] sorry! We are getting ed us how we r
ao we don't know if we like them seed and scatter it around. We I of Mrs. Rosa Plnholster April 1, with Rev. J. E. Strick
few that It Is hardly worth
ao that way or not. think that clover will do well In Mrs. Mildred Harrell. and Mrs. land conducting, and Malcolm r
picking and the woret part Is that SOur our pasture for it is usually rather Lily Cone were shopping in Gaines. Tompkins song leader has ended.
something happened to the new field of sweet corn Is grow moist land. ville Tuesday. Twenty-two joined the church by

fruit causing It to turn brown and ing very slowly and as usual we I Valmon Harrell of Gainesville Confession of Faith and two by;
dry up. We have a lot of bloom butwa're to In our runner patch of his mother Mrs etter. Baptismal Services will be
have only a fair stand. The weather Got get was guest
wonder if the
beginning to coming week and hoe out the I Beulah Harrell last weekend. announced later.A .
berries are ever going to producethis has turned dry and now we're this weeds and fertilize the plants. We Mrs. O. W. Davis and children record attendance1 last Sun-

year and right now we're :wondering if we should cultivatethe will do that by scratching a fur- were visiting Mr r and Mrs. Francis day with 90 in Sunday School and

worried about getting our money corn, and If we do we're afraid b? row as close as we can to the Russ In Lake City Sunday.We 68 in B. T. U.

out lot that of we folks put Into stopping them.at Havea the that we'll lose too much moisture & plants and putting the fertilizer will in are glad to report that Tom Everyone is cordially Invitedto

Roadstand asking for berries andit But if we don't, the weeds will the furrow Then hope that we Stewart who is a patient !In the attend all services.Glrl's .
nice' runners. hospital with pneumonia I 18 better
breaks our hearts not having take over. Much' of our farming net some ... .*. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Odom of Clubs Meet DO YOU|
Girl's Clubs met to
'em been constant The Brooker
When has a
them to sell. you've got experience
Omngegg is such a nutritious idea that It's a good suggestionfor Also] have to work the 3,000 pepper Jacksonville visited relatives here gether for their meeting in the
don't want 'em, and when in which we
people succession of events any member of the family, any hour of the day containing as it plants we set out. One thingwe Sunday. I school cafeteria. At this time the OWN PROP
you haven't any to speak of, why simply don't know for sure whatto does eight ounces of Florida orange juice full of Vitamin C and low have plenty of is things to do. Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Layfleld

then everybody.. .wants them. do. And the only way we're in calories and one egg an excellent source of protein food values If Idle] hands make mischief we were guests of Mr. and Mrs N. C. !. rlr.-.lt Court Ilradford County,
learning is by making mistakes. and economical now. Beat ono egg well; add eight ounces of chilled to be able to keep out of Mott Sunday.Mrs. frlurlilal la 1'h.ncerLJames Plaintiff If \fJ
about 20 Ibs. of juice (use the juicy fresh Florida into ought H.JcLeori.] vs soy you need \(
Planted Improved e e orange oranges now coming trouble for a long tl-Jiie: to come.BROOKER Guy Harrell! was shoppingIn Rosa ]Mn McL>eod, DefendantCaHe .
Tendergreen snap beans In and decided that markets or frozenor: canned orange juice) and beat well again. It's Gainesville No 318 Insurance.
Comfort Monday.
been fertil- Early an ingenious way to insure getting an egg a day, and with eggs plentiful Order Of Publication .*.oJ! Nolle To Cott is LJ
va rows that have already they would not stay in the backfield it's an inexpensive meal-in-a-glass. Several attended the Intermediate Appear STm OK KIOHIIH Tot
ized. First planting produced a where we have oats plantedfor ] Sword Drill and Better Speak- Rosa Mae Mclrfod, whose residence. furnish estimate

very poor stand and we believe them, and repeatedly 'jumped er's Tournament held at .Antioch and Street. address Macon< Georgia In.. 1061: Broadway
that it was either because our the fence and grazed the edges of I milk she gives us. a- mean job"tbat is! Don't know if Baptist Church, Monday night. AflVf.U are required to appear on

planter was not putting out seed, the field where.. our. corn is planted. .. we'll get the job done in time to By Carolyn Kell'yForty Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Coleman of Court 30.and 1051 came, In, wherein the above(plaintiff named Charley: E. J JAgency
or that we fertilized at the time So with the Help- ofiIarold andJay Planted a few rows of Ford- plant this year. One thing Is sure: gg = zss =y Gainesville visited relatives here seeks divorce. Bradford' County

of planting and the seed becam.. Eunice we brought the heifer looks and Crowder peas In the we'll never buy them again that children enjoyed Mary Sunday. In Telenrarh' next four'' shall weekly publish l|B..U..this.. Order Phone 13 .
burned. Field where we plantedthe over and put them in the house Pole House Patch and If we raise way, Lots and Butch Willis' and Wayne Earl G. Cook of the w*. S. Navy Witness my hand and official seal. STAiiqR.pr.ntln0
beans has been overgrown in pasture with Toby and Butch them all right we hope to have' Our tomatoes are doing pretty Thomas' birthday party Wednesday I spent the weekend with relatives.] at 1951.Btarke; Florida this March 28,

I sedge grass f.r about 10 years and During the first hour they were plenty to sell on the Roadstand well, but we bought some Copper- afternoon at the Community flanked Mrs. Guy Harrell and Katherine (OFFICIAL ::'g'rk Ani saidhCourt i .'. i.:
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we are beginning to wonder if the together there was a grand tree- Have not yet been able to raise A Compound and some Phygon Center. Crystal holders Harrell were visiting In ,Baldwin By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy. Clerk .........
j,' Boll Is too poor to grow anything. or-all battle during which each Fordhpoks and certainly want tc each side of a white cake decorated Sunday. Char R Hess 204-05 Guaranty' Life : THE TRAVELI
' with which to spray against blight. candles. :, Jacksonville, Florida \
and BliiIT
We'll find out with the beans. calf tried to knock the other calve because they are really good eat with green yellow Mrs. Cecil Moore of Gainesville
.*. Tne plants look all right now but received. 'Cake Atty for Plf.,: 3JO| It 420|
ell down. But now they have decided ing. Have not yet learned to like Many gifts were
.
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, much we think that unless we spray served. Out -- - --- -
We like peanuts very ac and soft drinks were .
that Comfort Is boss Early field peas but guess we will In ...
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that the blight will get them. And
we planted four rows of Valencia next then Toby and Butch, the time. ot town guests were Mrs Major
Understand that I speaking of insecticides, we were and Mrs. 'Tavie Black- SAVE
for our own use little steer calf Is the whipping v I Thomas
at least hoeing summoned by our neighbor Marge and children.The .
peanuts require one least know Our new Roadstand is doing welder
boy. But now at we '
Shulz, who told us a truck had Demonstration Club
eo that Is another job to where the heifers are and don't fine but the trouble Is that we sell 'I Home
worry about, that Is if the doggone have to keep chasing them out of out too quickly believe it or not spilled some bags of Dlthane. We met Monday afternoon to complete SSAVE
got two bags of it and are all set the aluminum trays.
the corn. Now we are planting a lot of different :
for dusting our cucurbits. Ovid Lewis of Starke was visitIng -
SPECIAL ON .
vegetables for the stand tc .
J. Lewis Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. E
SLIP COVERS Of course we had to move Joy sell along with beans, corn, and Some tractorlng jobs are easy urday. VEat OlTlae .Liu
away from the calves as she tomatoes when they are ready. A
SE'ITEE. $12.50 and some are tough. Believe It or Mrs. Mattie Sowell and Mrs
practically raised all four of them, good thing about the Roadstand is
CHAIR 5.00 not, we busted four disc hliters Bessie Carlton were business
wanted to start that lot of folks in Bradford
and they all nursIng a
while bedding up for a neighborand visitors In Gainesville Monday.
, MADE TO ORDERThis again and Joy Is going to havea County are stopping in and we are before we were through with Mr. and Mrs. R K Dukes and .. I
calf In about 7 weeks. So we getting to know a lot more people.
Price Included Labor Only. the job we were disgusted.But children of Dukes were guests of GOLDEN
Does Not Include Material coaxed Joy over to the oats and I e I Mr. and Mrs. E. :3.: Lewis Satur- YELLOW RIPE
she will stay there (we hope) un- Well, Harold Eunice had the next day'we. planted!I BANANAS
Starke til before she has her calf, beaten with his pigs and he day.Mrs. 21
''l Bedding just U'I about 7 acres of Dixie 18, and Howard Douglas was in
when we will bring her back It, so did we, but he bad to 3 Ibs.
Company where we can keep an eye on her over it, so he came here and said:

t Phone 51-W Starke Starting to dry her up and hate tc "Sam. let's weigh Porky's pigs!" I
,
. do it as we sure miss the good We couldn't very well get out oft ,

.- so -we weighed them, and were ,'
agreeably surprised when the larg SPECIAL Dole Crushed, No. 2 ,Can Del Monte


, R. B. ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER STORAGE AND CO.of the about est runt one 9 weeks weighed weighed old 41 22 at Ibs.Ibs the They and time,were even and ;, THIS WEEK ONLY PINEAPPLE .- 29c, RAISINS .. -


we didn't think that was bad, Skinless "
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.
l_ '
-1 We operate local considering that Mama Porky
r ,0 up NECK BONES lb.-17 l
I "S', }' 'Ii' & long distance and left the litter when they were WEINERS lb. 37c ]
.
c .Ae atvnRflu'6'sos anywhere U. ..8.o only 4 weeks .old.. |I 140Me j -
I sl
MOVING)
. OJ r. ........-= '. I EXCELLENT; Henrietta's litter of seven pigs) Smoked Country Real GoodSAUSAGE

/ L' STORAGE: It Is all doing is how well,they but are the doing mystery it, for of lb.- 49c Sliced BACON lb. 4,

she Is not giving much milk. Six ,

Js''t 'I FACILITIES of the seven are big enough to ,. .
nurse when Henrietta is standing

Agents For up reach but the the nipple seventh] and he can't-is out quite of COS[ Smoked Qfi!

DELCIIERBROS. See us first luck (or milk) much of the time 0 EXTRA BA CO N "

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Cowpeas and millet, which we j11O
planted for feed for our calves
e a arsbasedwitk
and hogs are growing. We are In- oacaiae. ir .
tereated particularly In the millet, srefY -

as we have never seen it growing Crispy Good Juicy

ATTENTION before and the only ,way we coul l

Identity it was by pulling up green CELERY, each 7c ORANGESdoz.; I

TOBACCO GROWERSLet shoots until we found one with a
'. seed attached to It. We read thatIt
makes a luxuriant growth and Fresh Tender Pretty Red "Delicious.

Us Write Your that animals like it very much sc ",.
we planted some. We hope that It String BEANS, 2 Ibs. 25c APPLES, 2 Ibs. L

HAIL INSURANCE will supply grazing for our stock
until we can turn them into the
cornfield. New Red Roasting
.
" NOW Before You Need It ... *
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With the help of John Shuford POTATOES, 2 Ibs. 15c PEANUTS lb. L LI

(and Charles Shuford) we butch-1 ,
'r .
Every Branch of little' '
ered She
Runty. was.a hog I tr: __ ,. _
that would never amount to any
INSURANCEH. thing so we decided' to eat her, tll
When dressed (with head and feet ; RICE 10 Lb. 29

still on) she 'weighed 63 pounds, 1

and the meat has now been cooled, Cloth

cut up, wrapped and put into a $f12S Bag ,
C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE deep freeze. We have already had

some of the sausage and it is really .. 4 ,
PHONE 146 good eating. By the way John ft.i

:Shuford good told to eat us, so that Alice the cooked tonguewas it 50 WEEKLY CHEESE 49c FLOUR 25 Ibs. 1 Ii

Constant Service Over 50 Years with some celery salt, bay leaf, ,
salt and pepper and garlic pow 0 Rebuilt by x xa Giant SizeSUPER'
der and thickened the gravy and it MACKEREL,2for-
was a fine dish. It was nice of CASH "' Experts SUDS -1 1:
John and Charlie to help us and: 5-Yr. Guarantee Great Northern P
we are finding that folks In this PAIGE
County are really good neighbors. qe New Motor BEANS,2Ibs. 25cSUGAR
j'j'f
.*. n" .re New 5Speedt5.oo BABO, 3 f for .

We've been asked how much ; Control" .. .. -
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we'd take for Comfort, the black 0 New Stir lira
;s4L SUPERIORin heifer and have answered that '. New Carrying

she was not for sale] and when s y Cosa.L' .
pressed for what we thought she 1 5 Lbs. 46

every necessary detail in a service was worth have answered that she

might bring $150 at the Gainesville
available locally and widely known market. But we've had a few look. .. .
,
for its modest cost, its wholesome ing at her who did not want tc 'r .
buy her and they tell us that she Octagon Jim Dandy
courtesy, and always tackful sympa- would bring 200. Prices for beef ,

thy. graded cattle have heifer gone not sky even high a year when old II SOAP, lge. bars, 3 for 25c GRITS, 5 Ibs. J.

will bring a price like that. MAIL ,
DeWITT C. JONES ,

Phone 7 Starke, Fla. Which reminds us. that we are ._ Th!' '.Coupon :T dGi' SARDINES Flat 7V2c Robin Hood
told that day-old bull calves were ,
e AC VACUUM: STORES Inc. FLOUR 2
25 lbs. .
.
Funeral Director Ambulance Service bringing: $29 this week at the
I market at Gainesville 408V.. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. Golden Age ,

Our local funeral home enable ua to offer conveniences and S eWe J I would bke a free home demonstration of your fully gtJir. I
services not otherwise available.We ordered peanuts back In ntccd rebuilt Singer Sewing Machine at no obligation to mt. MACARONI,3for-
January but the seed company I III MOTOR OIL t
qt.
I m. ....
never did have them :when we I II' .n..nn..No..eu..f I II ,

furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and wanted them so finally we went Address ......... ................................ .. .'I IJ r IF YOU
accept ANT life Insurance policy In force lasted by ANY out and bought two bushels of unshelled I WILL BUY ONE OF EACH ITEM LISTED WILL 5'' A
company as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Dixie Runners to plant I City' State. IN HERE YOU
Consultation carries no obligation. with our corn. We have startedto I If R. ...D. Address-Pl.... bead Speclfla> PrttUona $1.93 FROM REGULAR PRICE
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Children's HomeSuperintendent Lake Butler Doctor to Burbank, California to visit the

The Life And TimesOf former's ulster and brother-ip-law OUR DEMOCRACY Mat: :

New River Folks Found GuiltyOn Mr and Mrs. Ray Hauflcr The

To Speak Here Drug Shepherds accompanied Dr am'
ChargesA
By Jessie Leo LazenbyVernelle Mrs. J, H. Hembree of Starke "in SPEND THRIFTINESS ul :

Federal Court jury In Jacksonville this trip. <

1Is Moody says his strawberries last week convicted Geor- Friend from the Evergreen '
I IN TIMES LIKE THESE, WHEN ANY ,
are off about 75 per cent ge D Noellng, Jr., Lake Butler Community gathered at the hums .44i' [VNNrCfSS4mYPfNDINGINCREASES

from this cold weather. From his osteopathic%surgeon! on charge of of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan I ti./' .f'F TNTNREATdfRUNAWAY INPLA7lOel

patch which yields around crates violating Federal narcotics laws. Sunday afternoon for a "Sing A 1

Church Methodist Church at a picking, he got 2 crales and His wife Patricia Lytell Noellng mong those. attending were Rev SPfNOTHKIFT rCHPKNCffS BECOME i
and Mrs. Jimmie Lingerfelt o' A PUBLIC VW 19 pints, Friday. The prices art was acquitted. He was sentencedby
worship hour at The First Methodist Church of' near Middle burg and Mr. and Mrs.
ng good but the yield if off so badly. Judge Bryan Simpson to nine '
List of Starke begins Starke cordially Invites you to I They are still working on our months In prison L. Redding and children. Mr. and Hill Illlllllluf

fI.I with the Rev. Hal nell' hear Rev. Charles A. Thompson i road from Brooker to 100. They The first count of the Indict. Mrs. Charlie! Redding and children, j ,.

.",, fort for Tears", the Superintendent of the Florida Iv are putting In bridges and culverts. mult charged Noeling Improperly Mrs. Eddie R&sler and her daughter .
'
, Ii"" age in the series the Methodist Children's Home In We cnn't feature a hard road by handling and dispensed. narcotics Sandra, and Misses Lula Mae : :
,1 a message for all Enterprise, who will preach at' I our doors- -only one. hard to stay In violation of the Harrison Narcotics Margie Montelle. Jackie and Opa' 'yl'' i

ho have lost loved the 11 o'clock service Sunday'' on. We haven't ever known anything Act between April 3, 195C: Wllkerson.

h. The choir will bring morning April 22, In the StarkeH : but a bumpy, from sandy tc and November 30, 1050. The seconc: Following a week's vlvlt with 1

under the direction Woman's Club building. Special)I sticky road and we may get extravagant count alleged that on October 12: Mr. and Mrs. 7, C. Hardee Mrs E.

Ie Green with Mrs. music will be furnished by the, and just ride and ride In Luke Butler he and his wife B. Hatcher and her sons, Russell! GOItNNlINT'-ftDRAL,37AT[

at the organ Senior Choir from the Children's when It does get finished. Why I falsely executed a prescription tot and Kenny, returned to their home AND LO&4C- MUST LIAIaH'1O ,

fling the message by I Home. The Church school classes I should I get so excited Fonnle narcotics, giving an Incorrect ad In Oxford Saturday. COUNT ITS PENNIES JNRUvn' t1.sa I

I the Happy Hour serv-' will be held at 9:45 a. m.. the Crews hall sold his place which I dross for the patient a
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THf FCACf-nuS PAT fHOMsrevcHvo
DeathWhat"the children and youth divisions faces thl / new luxury: and now I The contended that /
"After Government
IN THIS last
fate of unsaved Ing In the educational meet.1 he'll be moving soon and since we Noi'llng had purchased more than r HAMPTON ITS

Christless life The the adult division In the live here too- -guesa .we'll) all be I. 3,400 doses of narcotics on Internal Of HA.TIOMAI.EMERGENCY

nl singing will be let Club building.The RHV. CH\S. A. THOMPSON: : movln' back to my ole shanty revenue order forms during a lly Sirs.' M. O. Siwecnry

with Miss Julia Lawman Rev. Thomas O. Mitchell which Is on the other roadtheone i nine-month period.

and Mrs. Thelma will preach Sunday evening at 7:30p. I I Re\- Charles A. Thompson which really should have been Noeling admitted that In 1948 he Meeting at Hall Homp

ie piano. The youth m. on the subject, "AcceptingResponsibility Superintendent of the Florida I macadamized. There Is where most was convicted In the Duval County The W. M. S. met at the homeof I II
for Life." Methodist Children's Home of the people live, but us poor I
bring special music The youth at I. Criminal Court of Record on a Mrs Gene Hall Thursday after I
eorge Jones, choir will sing at the evening Enterprise, will speak to the con-, dummies lot the big-wigs pull the I'I' charge of performing an abortion,, noon with 17 members present. Including iii III I

with service. I I Kregatton: of the First Methodist wool right over our eyes. I natu-I' but said the conviction Mrs. Otto Hicks, Jr., who
meets at 9:45 was re
tool i I Church In Starke on Sunday rally wanted It to go by my place joined the that
teachers and of- The Senior and Intermediate versed the following year by the Society at time.\
of i I I morning, April 22 at 11 a.m. Mr. so that It would benefit the Lacy The Devotional thought "What
Methodist Youth Fellowship will Florida Court,
In
Ised by Ora Wigginst. I I Thompson Is one of the outstanding Johns, Lazenby, Ethan Sapp, John Supreme cross- "
lack
> Training UnionS meet at 6:30: p. m. All young:' leaders in the state of Florida Dukes, George Anderson and the examination he said! that he was I yet? was led by Mrs. DeanWhktden. ''flllOIYlou.o.U.V. Wir MUST LEARN
people are cordially Invited to remain "working for Dr. Weathers" The opening song "At
under the direction at THKtfrit.V AMP ,
In the field of child guidance. He (Ira Merritt) Hansen Filling Station. lh TO SfVtJO
I
l i ; The Cross" was followed by
for Hour" that Scripture
following
|son and leaders for "Fellowship U also a well-known speaker and Whereas It passes Fonnle'llplace time reading The was Wtr 4o I I IMCJffASf ota SAVINGS-
program
the service. I
evening writer having served as. editorof and' no other family-Of Mrs. Noellng also took the witriesg closed with chain Mrs. QCCAUSK THE MONEY witPUT

are made an4' prep- There Is a Children's Hour for "The Florida Methodist." for course the turpentine trees can be stand and admitted that she Hall served her guests prayers fresh straw V i" ASIDE IN Lift INSURANCE

taking shape forr all children between the ages of 6 ;i I the past tour years. Mr. Thompson enjoyed by the farmers and pas- had taken a prescription for nar berry shortcake topped with whip- a AND SAVINGS, R&MOVEO..ROM

r >ay, April 29th when and 12 every Wednesday afternoonat will bring' with him the Sen Bel bys. I signed the petition for It cotlcs for one of her husband' ped cream and soft drinks. SPENDING AND INVESTED. HELPS

i [ meeting will be held 3:15.: Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Is ior Chorus from the Children's to go by my place and liked tc l'ath'nIB to a drug store at Lake Mrs. K. n. Watterson / J TO INCREASE PRODUCTION AND

nlnatlon leaders from director of the Children's Hour. Home and the Chorus will furnish had au argument or two with Jiutler, where It was filled, and President attended W. M COMBAT INFLATION.

to nd, Dn. Chandler Stith special music for the morning some neighbors: If wo hadn't returned the narcotics to NoellngSTATE meeting of tho Society's an U'I J ,

gton D. C. principalweek Christian ChurchThere service Sunday. boon "very understanding people" i I
services Is held Mr. Thompson and the Chorus I we might have "tout". Why cry i in Brooknr Friday.eUToiiurs I senses I uII VIII "
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lo ,
Hampton:
ut 7:45: with Bible dis- Is always a welcome anda ,will arrive In Starke on Saturday over spilled milk? But I still have FARM Among those moving to Hampton .IUin.ot issf r rRobinson's IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IJIIII) I 'j

the Pastor. A cor- hand to greet" you at the friendly evening and will be the guests of u sore "spot" ((111 my heart tho) this month are ; Mr and Mrs.' "

Iby U to all worship aten church inthe heart of town A the First Methodist Church for HO I guess I'll cure It by bumpingin i I Sty Mrs liryanMiltlleld Otto Hicks, Jr., Mr and Mrs. II I- '
council of and out the 1'4' miles to my mother, Mrs. Stephens son Grady Kelly and family How
of the First Baptist Church where the whole I the weekend. The, Senior and Intermediate 1 Charles Hicks, \Mr. and Mrs. Fain I
home with thorn for visit. she buck with the folks
place. I mentioned just now that canto a ever came
Is Methodist Youth Fellowships
God proclaimed. I lnrk Shower and 3
children of
Gainnsville, and
Mi', and Mrs Wesley' Thomas to Lawtey Sunday afternoon and
a we were going to move to ole I
The Bible school begins at 10 a. are planning a weiner my Thursday afternoon of last weeki Mrs. Archie Eliland of HOITIOSHHSU
ITAL HOLINESSand m. with C.V.. Colson as superin roast at the Methodist parsonageon Hhanty.I mean we will If It'll i i Mrs W. E, Feagle, Mrs W, AIl who will reside here while her and baby of Jacksonville were expects to spend some time herewith
Church Street In honor of stay dry weather. If it rains we'llall wf'.k"nItup.ats ofIra.\ Thomas'sparents them
the 1
Temple Ave.. tendent. Plan to attend this Sun- Knight, Mrs.' Mack Sweat and Mis husband Is away in Mercantile!
Jhool 9:43: : a. m.I: Morn- day, bring the whole family. Visitors young people from Enterprise. get water logged or drownedI've | Everett Blume, were co-hostessei shipping Mr, and Sirs W F. Mr and Mrs John Rasmussen
A cordial Invitation Is extended hinted around but the neigh Moore The Thomases were nntheir were weekend: visitors to Fort
11 a. m.; Evangells7.00 welcome. complimenting Mrs. John Walker
are always Mis.
to the general public to hear Mr. bors just simply won't buy a new J.V.. McCormack has recently way to Hendenonvlllu, N C. Myers.
: p. m. Everyone at 11a I with a stork Bhower. With Its
Morning worship begins
returned to her home here, where Mr. Thomas to be
expects
Thompson and the fine chorus roof and and, put it on for us
m. The Lords supper Is servedat go charm enhanced by artistic ar.I'anlfeml'nts Mrs. Emma Hill and Mr. and
after visiting relatives In MiamI. employed for'soma time.
from the Florida Methodist. Chil At this writing-don't know
11:15: : a. m. The morning message i of Spring flowers the Miss Mrs Albert Brown were visitingthe
dren's Home on' Sunday morning. what we'll do. Tho't about my barr Mary Farber of New York Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Tucker
home the setting Hallle Jones In St.AugUMtlne .
will be "What Is Faith". To Feagle wan pretty who family
In
The service will be held In the but ,we have too many boxes fix- for the In City visiting her nwphe'vand and children spent, Saturday with afternoon.
faith / party. appropriate Sunday
have clear conception of
a Starke Woman's Club building up In tables and chairs, etc-Well niece in Btarke, spent Thursday Mrs. Tucker's mother, Mis. T. C
LDING you should hear this message/ an furniture 'and can't figure out contests prize winners were Mrs. with Mrs. L. A, Hall. Edwurcln.Lnry Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and
,
It will be brought from Gods Word E L. Criffis and Mrs. DeVoe, son Jimmie, of Atlanta are visiting
The evening service begins at At The TabernacleThe how to stack It and sleep and eat. both of Starke, and Mrs. Knight Mr. and Mrs. Wllbeit Hull. and Futch of Jacksonville waattending his parents, Mr and Mrs. W,, H.
Endeavor It anyone has a solution-please I The basket that held the many daughters/ Shirley, Wilma Ruth, business In Lawtcy on Edwards
3:30 with Christian -
: p m. 13th Anniversary service at see me. that tc and Regina, of Tampa were Sunday Saturday,
Kathryn Colson as leader All lovely gifts were prevented dinner The Junior Choir of the Methodist
guests of Mr. and Mis
the Tabernacle to be one
promises Well the tobacco Isn't growing
Invited.Evangelistic the honoree was decorated in pink Donald Wllklson of Ft Bennlng '
are entertained
church by
youth Rod \Va was
of the most Interesting ever held Neither Is much uf anything elite- blue tierstin.
and thus the
services begin at 7: emphasizing Georgia spent the weekend with Mrs Will Edwards with a weiner
There will be Inspiring music by too cold! This weather is so un- chosen theme. Refreshments consisted Mr, and Mrs R. D. May spent his parents, Mr. and Mrs Bennett
at this even- Wednesday
30 m. Join us great after choir on
roast practice
p. the Youth Chorus, short messagesby / usual for "Florida! at this season" of sandwiches and cake Saturday night and Sunday with Wllkliinn.
service. Every service you P. M of last week
Ing
different speakers, and other (we're telling this to the readersout with coffee Additional Included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hurksdule at
Jthr people of Starke miss you miss a blessing. guests Weekend guo..t. of Mr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs. W H. Edwards Sr.
features. of state--they think we're all Farm friends, of the honol'e"'J'Uest their camp! at Salt Springs.
Is held Wednesday Paul Dlnklns Sr. Mr and
Prayer meeting were and Miss Ada Edwards! were dinner
,Sund.iy< morning the sponsor lolling around on beaches and tak- Mrs. John Walker Mr. amt Mrs. J. Brannen
Jiy one of the most evening at 7:30.: Bring along : aud Henry J. Mrs. VVm. Pops and Mr, and'MnHorace guests of the Rex Mlxons In
let to. brought wonderful message on ing sunbntha-" ), Thursday night and Mrs. J. L. Walden of spent lest week with their daughUr Cox of Jacksonville.. "
Bibles and us study Jacksonville last Snndny.!!
and finest equipped your the "Stone of Scone: and at the was 1'. T. A., (Poor Teachcis' As- Starke Miss Jessie Mae Uiannen at
gether the 18th Chapter of Acts. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. 1 Kelly and
Homer Swtndall. Mlnlstei evening hour his topic was "Pearlsof soclatlun) In Lake Butler and fet'lIng Community C'lnb :Sleeting her home In IJarlow. Miss lirannen' sons, David ant, Wendell, spent I -,

[hop anywhere Pa'radlae". duty bound I attended to be another The Club room Was decorated accompanied them home on Sunday taut Sunday In Tallahassee'where I AT L.Y-+T! A rotary ,.t.-nrJIiliiplli
All friends of the Tabernacle are sister sufferer I a
so wore ,
ork GuaranteedI'S
with exquisite Spring blossoms/ foi they attended u birthday dinner In ; 'nlor (oliiMitl drum. t)|>e)
Church of Christ cordially Invited the services.\ 100% wool coat suit and a fur last Tuesday's regular meeting of Miss AimcHe Butler and friendsof honor of Mr Kelly's mother, Mrs selling/ for only 151..10' : (plus r,else.

GARAGE Corner 10th anti :McMahon: coat (which I got In Baker County the Community Club. Arrangements Tampa were Sunday guests of Margaret Kelly, who had been I ta\). Inquire llruilfortl t'nunty

Bible School- 10 A. M. Presbyterian Church last year from bear hides!) Listen of stately Amaryllis were Mr. and !Mrs. It. C Gray, Jr.Mflioul spending some time there with hei

IACIIINE SHOP Preaching- A. M. and 7:30P. : : I'm not kidding, I still shook balanced by bowls of smaller blossoms News T"I"graph..J i

A\e. M. 9-45: Sunday School. from cold! That wind whtatleil 1 In Interesting blendlngs of Fifty-nine of our pupils were in

Starke Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 10 a. m. Friendship Bible Class right on through! (Don't know colors. Mrs. F. L Chapman, First some rt'llKcoiin service last Sunday

each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. 11 a. m. Morning Services conducted where It went for It hit me UO to Vlre-F'resident, presided over the 4-11 Club Hall Uumn A

Everyone welcome. by Dr. L Ross Lynn of nothing!) business ses"I1'he hostesses Last Friday nt 1:00: the Hrook-

Tallahassee. Everyone's tomatoes and\ collards were Mrs. Dennis Panther and er 4-ll! Club boys played Hampton Marlin Factory Service i

are living and trying to grow but Mrs. E. C. Harden and they serv 4-11 Club boys, Mr. McClani,

Itev. Lewis I). Haines, Pastor St. Mark's Episcopal they too ate, braving the weather. shortcake with coffee. the 4-H Club \louder umpired the
game. Hrooker brat our boys 7 to !
We all have Marglobes plantedbut Bridge I'luh :Minting WATCH REBUILDING; '
Rev. Fred Yerkes will conduct are wanting tomatoes for 4. School was let out In order
pear Mrs H. M Rlcharde used roses
iT BAPTIST CHURCH Starke the Friday evening services at fall ime. We don't have them so snapdragons and sweet peas mom that all the pupils might see the 12ft Court St. Starke Fla. f

7:30: o'clock.Sunday we just wish -We sent to Gainesville effectively In decorating her home game.

Ift-rson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town School sat ,9:43.: antis,-, Jacksonville and can't last Thursday afternoon when she On last Tuesday Miss Ross

PHONES: Office 231 Pastorium 130 Sunday morning services will be get them.Birthday. entertained the full membership of taught the 4-H Club girls how tc
at 11 A. M. witha Party make ginger bread We liked It so
held each Sunday the State Farm Bridge Club at p
well we are going' to use It In our
minister. Rev Fender Lou Johns entertained large
visiting a dessert-bridge. In contract Mrs. J
'NDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M., 7:131'.1.: son Penney Farms will conductthe number of young folks Saturday C, Wallace and Mrs W N. North home. Coney Island Sandwich ShopTenth

y School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M.: services on the first and third night with a lively birthday party. were respectively winners of high We enrolled four new children

-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45 P.M.: Sunday of each month. Many outside games were enjoyed, and second high prizes. Mrs. H. J in our school last Monday They & Church Streets
were Betty Jean, Alfred, and Jim'
along with the traditional Scav- Kucera was holder of the lucky

Morning "Comfort For Tears" St. Edward's CatholicRev. anger Hunt. Then the youngsterscame card In bingo. my Fain, of Gainesville, and Jame Featuring Tasty: IfA.MItUIUiEKS
Hawkins of' Bandersonvlllo, Ga.
In for the
parlor games
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. K. 15
Evening "After Death-What? William: H. .Neuhaus, Pastor which they still enjoy. It seemedas Murphy and their little son, Rick We sre very glad to welcome and HOT DOGS; C

Mass at tf:13: a. m. these children In our school.Becautm .
Sunday If there wasn't a dull moment.
of Ocala] Were visitors of Mr ,
ey ICE! CREAM Assorted! Flavors" in Tints and Cones
Dally !Mass at 8:0: !> a m. Lou was assisted by her slstel we studied hard lust
THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR and Mrs. L. W. Murphy
7:30 ICK; COM DRINKS GROCERIES:
Confessions Saturday : Eloise Cowen. and Essie Crosby. En route from Pensacola to Orlando week and were good most of the -

8:30: p. m. and before all Masses. The guests were invited Into the Mrs. M. E. Griner was the time Mrs. Perkins let the seventh ?", Fresh Fruit and Vegetables,

Children's Catechism Classes dining room where a beautiful guest of Farm friends last Thurs and eighth grades make divinity -- ,
10:00: a. m. Open From 9:00 A.M.: to 12:00 P.M.:
Saturday birthday cake graced a lovely. day and Friday. fudgo last Thursday afternoon. In

Adult Religious Instruction lace-covered table. She didn't loll Mr, and Mrs. Feagle had as their addition to having a delightful DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAY
HEAR THIS SERMON: courses every Monday 8:00: to 9:00p. : us exactly how old she Is but the guests Sunday evening Robert B time' we also acquired skills In COURTEOUS CURUSERViCE -
: ; :
SUNDAY 8: P.M. m. The public Is cordially in- cake was "literally" covered with Edwards and Miss. Ruth Perkinsof reading, writing, punctuations and ----

vited. candles which required quite a hit Jacksonville and ),11', and Mrs. measurements The recipe we used: Under New Management
On Monday evening. Rosary. Instructions of huffing and puffing to carryout Lee and their daughter o' In one which Mm. Perkins run
of the Cooper W. C. McCord & L.
Careless Love'ST benedictions traditions--Mrs. Cowen baked St. Augustine. followed sine 1014. The candy war Raymond Hamby

Blessed Sacrament. of attractive cup cakes Iced in Mr. and Mrs R. W. Brannen so good we are punning the recipe Will Appreciate Your Patronage .

Friday evening Benediction pastel colors, which she nerved I were Saturday supper guests of on to you.Divinity .
BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton the Most Blessed Sacrament and with assorted sandwiches and soft Mrs H. I> Gainey In Brooker Fudge

CRAY Holy Hour.cimicii drinks. I Mrs. George Mnnansa and children :2 cups sugar, 1-2 cup of corn
BOB Pastor Hansen's Trailer Park Is all 1.2 cut hot water, 2 egg
I Celia George Jr and Christine syrup, Here's Your Career Opportunity !
OF GOD cleared now. They are putting upa whites 3-4 of chopped nuts,
Bible School 10 A.M. B. T. U. 7 P.M.: I of Green Cove Springs were cup
8th &: St. Clair Sis. rail fence around it which In Sunday supper guests of Mr. and !teaspoon of vanilla flavoring
School 10 a.m. unusual. The enclosed. I of butter the size of a
Morning Worship At 11 A.M.:\ Sunday quite spot Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow. Duringthe Lump
the SERVICES Sunday \Morning Worship 11 am almost demands a log cabin or weekend Mr and Mrs. String thimble, Cook sugar: syrup and
CROWDS THAT COME to OUR Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p,m.T. two. !Mrs. Hansen says many folks fellow also had as their visitor the water until It spins a thread. Beat

," -- ", P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m expressed that Idea. latter's father, M. D Carter. Kg whites until stiff. Slowly pour .
.. !Prayer MeetingThursd' 7:30: p.m You should see the pretty oats Mrs. O. B. Thomas and their hot syrup over beaten egg whites, J'100'

.. at Hubert Rouse's. They are scgreon and beating constantly until candy begins -
Sue Peggy
I daughters, Becky
...=-- .: : : T J ciirucn OF jr.sts; CHRISTOF and full of grain. Lee of Fayetteville, N C. are to get stiff. Add flavoring,

I West Bradford and Union County Residents. LATTEUOIY SAINTS Well, out-of-state-readers, you visiting Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Roster butter, and nuts and beat again '- \Y'
: : ) art! waxed
MORMON
( must be chilly this weekwe Accompanied by Sgt. C. B. Stump, for a few minutes. Drop on
Your Cares :Millions Leave Sunday School 10 a. m. must be downIn buttered plate. Keep In
[ Its Church Sunday Our Florida weather M.-Sgt. Thompson, who Is receiving paper or a rr a
Them There! Sacrament Service 6:30: p. m. In South America. There's nc Instructions at Ft. BenningOa a closed box.
.
,J0 A.M., Sunday r School -I'7 P.M.: B. T. U. r1. Masonic cordial Hall welcome on Call Is extended St., Starke.A ,to week trace-of or It at around this writing.New River tW.:'v Mrs.. spent Thompson the past and weekend Mr and with Mrs .-. ; .

A.M.: Sermons 8 P.M. Sermons all. The Meadows Andursons of De- Rosier. LAWTEY 9'
were' Wrrri
Prior Quf'lItloa".prll Vt: "If You're toil l.n..ud land visiting the Ceo. Last weekend Mr.. and Mrs

&: I'ncertaJn* PENCIL. \RIT-.NF.RS.! n.>..- Sunday. Charles. Snyder of Jacksonville, IA II. Futch

:Sleeting \pr. 29-)Ur, 4 Revival Merlin ton Model U only "!.%3. Bradford Oscar Gibson of Camp Rucker Sunday Capt. and Mrs. J. J. Sunserl of U. S. ARMY OR U. S. AIR FORCEGood
around here
Toward 8 "The Dream of Youth" Ala. was visiting Tampa and Mr, and Mrs Delbert Ninth Grade
PenteMay I Members of the
Telrgrapli.FREE
.. :unty and met his sister Vonda Anderson Crews of Starke were visitors ot clans of the Lawtey Junior High pay the finest of training, and the chance for unlimited

'me for Rugged May 13 "Are We Cheating Our of Delsnd. Mr. and Mrs. W, O. Engram. School will present a play, "Call advancement-all are offered to young men by the Army and
"Ia" Children?" The R. J, Turners went to Wildwood Communications from Rev and Me Darling" In the school auditorium Air Force. And these same benefits and opportunities are

roram of Spirit. May 20 "Spiritual Valor la Sunday to visit Roun't. Mrs. L. A- Shepherd have told of Friday evening April 20, at open to America' young women in the Women's Army Corps
Advance for the Alcoholics AnomTmous" For Prompt FREE Removalof nephew Thomas Turner and f ml.y. 'heir wonderful sight-seeing tour eight o'clock. and the Women's Air Force For a future as bright as the

rcla" Dead. Crippled. & Worthless '. Thomas, who has suffered from! through the West on their wa> Mr. and Mrs J. D. Jenkins\ and future of your country choose Army or Air Force, WAC or

Buttes of Des. May :27 __ "Beware of Bittern *: a Cattle Horses, Mules, Arthritis for year., is now understood confined center piece. If children, Jenny Lou and Peter WAP. Volunteer for this great team of men and women whore "
'' to his bed. It Is cup and saucer
while
their themselves.
Sixth serving country serving
Study of the John, andJhonny and Cheri Red
-
sick. ,attractive out of variegated
& hogs Thomas U quite was
Commandment of Jacksonville Sun.
all were*
Mrs. Ben R nfron are thread. She Is now working on grave
and
Mr. for full details contact
132 StarkeWE of ,.11'.. Jenkln'f yourU.
Call day guests
web center
and around but not feeling toe a scarf with a spider
brdial Invitation Is Extended To You To Come and ALWAYS COME t up spry-they say. Mrs. Renrroe and pineapple edging. The ,center parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. .J S. ARMY AND U. S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING STATION

crochets lots and sells her work was most attractivelet alone theflJ'llshng Anders. POST OFFICE BLDG. Starke Fla.
Worship With Us.ake -
Renderers Rev and Mrs J. D Robinson ,
Florida cute If she were
fast she make. It. A : pineapples. I
as of as her work which struckour offering it to me as a gift. I'd 'were visiting In Live Oak Friday EACH W} n. & THUItS 10 A.M.: TO 121'1iOOS'APR201g'
piece
Butler Baptist Church INC. and Saturday of last week. Mrs
i fancy the other night wa a. take It unfinished.









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5 $3,600 iluwn. made quite a name for itself hl Florida
at 6 pernl 'mtcri" : Starke G
I' 'outsit Kll. bi-lh' Terry, Ills.". providing manpower for high e. Dear Genet born FMdthua AF"TortL
Kin after 1 p. in un ochool da11 office and positions, hid anothe : I N1

Itp feather In Its cap taut week when 1 I want to express my deep appreciation ,

Foil HA1.B:-I pair hound pupil .... a native eon Senator Charley E. I to you and the people
.
black: and tan and WaJk.-i n '. County for the wonderful -
Bradford
President of Uv of
John elected
Age 6 munlha.O Cur. the piK .1.. woe JJI
nn'th Norman.FoRBALktandnrd. Itp 19.13: Florida State Senate. homecomingthat was ac-
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brick wall,. "f Second only In rank to I the Coy : : I rxrk t corded me last Friday when I arrived Ag'IT
Starke. It was just about Iii NoT
President would In
old building- Hampton AppxImatoly ernor the Senate I tot
.
Will ,..llbargain al r _....j. -...._- LEMI'FIy
50M 1 brick. succeed to that high office in the t' I more than an old country boy : n 9
Sea (J. )'. Wadnwor t .e Warren, Senator KINGS
Fuller
Hampton itt 4,,27 event of a vacancy In the Coy HAPI'Y GROl'P l I... comprised of Governor like me could comprehend.I TO Ugpl
I-1" )Ir.. Aqutlla Williamsuuhiut. F'OR FICIN(
) C2
----- --- ernonhlp. 1\11'1I. Johns and seated ( to right ,
Whit. farm hand. J. U. Johns most grateful to you for
WANTED-
his am
.
ocranlon called for a celt )rt*, A. 31. Pettlt of Alachua, I TRGt
Whit*. Itt.! 2. Mi.. 73 Htaikv. The .\ Senator Johns' sister wonderful write-up In your
the
Hp bratlon and when Senator Jotini .>f Senator and Mrs. Johns.
..----.-.------ .- mother, Markleyann! daughter
FOR 8ALJS-Nice chunky mar In arrived homo from Tallahassee foi ------

prfnt condition Can b* u..... a.j the weekend lost Friday, he found TAHUCH!' GKOA.NKD under the ., .- .. .. '
.addl. burn. for Brock. ", ..r.. AI... baked
friend., relatives and supporter wHfht of hams turkey,
Doth I Iflla. tor
oithor* farm waa'on. .
.j Al..o MoCannlck plant' from Bradford and surrounding Means, nalmlit, amorted , ;' '

I Contact Law toy. W. II. L*vlii, It!. :I I.pWILr. counties gathered at his summer and other food. brought along : riJ' .. ". (: COOLERAKELECTRIC

I. cottage on Crystal Lake to do the by proud constltwnts. of !Senator ..il- ,.
fin. '..
KEEP PMIMiKKN ) honors,
w...kly whIM' irmthir w..rk.. Johns.arrangements. I II ..: '' O
.1, H..onabl. rnti-H.. Wrltn I*. <). II... Starting out with the Idea of a I .",. ,.";",,,'i;.. :,,. -. .,'. ...; I',
sal l, Hlarktt, Kla. or a.. Mr III..r- small gathering to welcome the of red and white ._ \.,".' !; "" a e REFRIGERAK
rill/ Kdwnrdx, N. Water He. : : :" ; il"r. r
l side of the ifw ,
: '
On r.'. Senator home, the event mushroomed gladioli stood at each .: ,:/ :," { yy7
.
.I during the week until when mantel. \ ,'* .\r."' t ..1 t

WHAT. .."AltK A Kawltflvh PI,AN* for!HijHln steady. .H*I Ii In.om. I.- Friday night finally arrived an Greeting guests at the door : % ) FLAVOR SAVER FEATURES : 7 cu. ft. d

,.1 hard to bent Hlic lln., well vntullnhMd eirtlmated crowd of COO persona were Miss Helen Kennedy of Tallahassee P '
In Hrailford County! man... Full width freezer chest .
traversed the winding sand road and Mrs. Huldah Morganof I "'t cold: : rtdrawer
"
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Koitd profltft/ No x. |> itrlwtic I Ii f''' .
iiulrnd. Writ. today for Infimatlon from State 100 downto the Sen- .JackaonvllleJ. I ''c. .." / ..f h I I
how to a-et .tari*.d. RaLlgh'1' ... ator' summer home on' Crystal After supper E. L. Matthews, : :N' ly ''Iii 4' Select-o-Shelf: interior'. Quirt.|
1 U.'pt PAD-t70-Z52 Me iphln r ;
fi'l' C Warden Miller John, who served a. master of ceremon W'0L.L ,
TVnn 4p Lake. Game rein, Guaranteed 5-year warranty ,
who wan ata'tidlng, by with a jeep lea Introduced Governor Warren :
.
HAM1: 1 Vnx round uiTrltf "
Foil "
.J In July and oriw! Walker Hun. just In cane anyWi Jy' got stuck In who regaled his good-humored audience : i
'
nlnK Rind; fox and rats 1 yr. nl'.01.. the sand said that chra were parked with humorous stories and ,,: n
Hiiddv Smart Chin i c
Apply tn ThI
reminiscences.. ,
P'errn.awl.v, Kin III' all through the woods "clear *, : ',
I" .
:
back to the hlghway"-a slightxaggertlon On the serious side, the Governor .: .' r+R

f STKAUY tnnll: amount I'OHITrriN of .iMiokkoviilnir for man. to an",10 .. : perhaps---but thore praised the record and ability of I. .. .. (

I, also tight. .work For 'Informatlitmiulr T..I-. were lots of people there. Senator Johns and told how It had --- -- -' --........- _"".t_ ._ -- -

, 'graph.MirK .* It..ltor"unlY 11 Knowing: the Senator's weakness. been the Senator's long ambitionto T.TI<:-A.T.TE: IS ENJOYED "between Governor Go'prnor'al'rt'n., and I

B.\I.F. tor fine food nearly everyone serve In this capacity at the 1933 Warren (center), Cot S. P. Roblneau of SENATOR JOHNS I II II
, DOAT AND KID Von of tits brother. Ihenlaelvee from the heavy
since the death BalM
nerve
-M. Ij>tt..rm..n. Ht. X, Hox 1111. who came brought along some- !Miami (back to camera) and W. G. 8tar..y.Tallah Starry I
2''" ml. South of fitarka on flalneivlllw ... thIng good to eat and It la safe to Markley Johns who was electedto close friend and advisor to the laden table. A three-tiered cake, appropriately
,
1 tt
) rnndWANTEDWhlte say that If anyone went away serve In thlscapacity at the 1933 decorated, graced one end of the table.
GoernorI'hot Stevens.
: hous..k.epi.r I tn ungry, It was his own fault. session, but was prevented from by Tony
stay on prvmlHea. at one. See 1O. doing so by his untimely death. --

Jon., Ht. 1. Max 10, rawt..y.Dtp 6FULL Governor Warren his flew landing In from at Another speaker was Col.! S. P. wonderful testimonial of your faith I I are given a good share of the I ness and politics who joined In
Fla. 'allahassre plane
----. ----_.- eystone Airpark and remained Roblneau prominent Miami attorney and friendship". credit In bringing victory to the with the folks to welcome Senator I
IU'.NT-5 room house on Wn the Senator In the Johns.
and former member'of Prominent among the out-of-town Bradford-Union
nut nt. Inquire Mra. K. Ft. Andri mill the party broke up obviouslyenjoying
.w.i. Klttv'H Plnre. 11 himself as much as any- legislature. He also spoke In praise guests was Senator DIlworth hard-fought contest for Uader. Among the 500/ guests who enjoyed I

with ot' Senator Johns and congratulated Clarke of Monticello a past President i shin of the 1953 upper house. this delightful affair were
FOR r.P'-I'.lr":. rrlKldalrn, lie present. He together '
ft. box. Frlffldnlr Kliirtrlc': Haniri" Senator and Mrs. Johns greeted Ute people on having this honor ( of the Senate and now knownas I Senator Onell Rogells of Sarasota Senator Johns' mother Mrs. A..M. '

Will sell for cash or trod for .cat ome to this district. the Dean of the Florida Senate. Senator Slater Smith of Pettit of Gainesville his sister
tin or bo..... J. n. Whit, Itt !I. the never-ending line of Williams of Alachua
and Mrs. Aquilla
IfoK 13. 8lark. U" ilatory friends and Senator Johns concluded th| Senator Clark Is a long-time friend Green Cove Springs Senator
congrat'l of Senator Johns Bobby Sanchez were among the and his niece. Miss Gloria Johnsof
of and "champion" ,
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front of the fireplace In talks with an expression appreciation
and Jlnr
FOR SAM1:-4* arrvn in buslI Jacksonville. ,
leaders -
houH about 1 mllftfl from Stark.. room of the Johns' to everyone for "this and his abilities as a "strategist"boys many prominent
AI"o I S-Ktory tullillnc on RO-rt.\ Inl

rook nn Tmnl, W..l..
Negro School No effort was made at attaining at 12:30.: Plant superintendent B. S. Johns ing unpaid. 1
nF.NT-1 room ..pnr'tni"nt and- I
porch. All modurn ronvnlnr i.. Will Show Work perfection In an achievement. The All parents and other people interested -I I was instructed to purchase some

near popt rtfflr* and .tnr*". .. Alp" articles on exhibition are the out- in the education of extend the water main north along ; BAKE SALESt.
I
hedrootva.dn..n.ln lpnltiv T..l"'r..la, porrti.Annrtm. llvlni nr. At RJE FridayAnother come of a variety of learning Bradford County's youth are invited !, Temple Avenue.siltInch Edward's Altar Society will

room. rtlnln room and .i.i> rlinnlnpi'd situations entered into by pupils to attend.Council cast iron water pipe tc I hold a bake sale Saturday inBrowne
.. klt..hen. Annn f .Tnm.1 i.. event showing the I Johns submitted to the Council. 254.95
"*. and teachers. Therefore the articles I Drapery Shop near the.
K ton
"
lj.Crr.la Apt. y trrele made in education In
.,., progress displayed were not selected PetitionedFor at Us request an estimate on a Poet Office.
Bradford County will take placeat of sewer lift station and sewer lines
from the beet work of a few 54.95I
.' n',," nrw ''''", the RJE High School (Starke talented but some workof New PavingAt along West Madison St. to the Small Down Payment

All "...... All ....,...1..earl. .. colored) on Friday, April 20. the all most the children is Included. I city limits at a price of $11.956.30ITax ALL KINDS OF

n.n.np i n Si sljaPNIll/ I' Thin project is the result of the 10o'clock the regular meeting of the
at ,
Court Mn ll...... Murk.. Pk. 2:1D: ) cooperative planning of the negro The with program musical begins numbers from City Council Tuesday night a petition Roll Collected UPHOLSTERYWORK Balance on Easy Terms

teachers and the General Supervisor the various schools. One school signed by large numbers of I $200

WANTED: T) PUY rini. Cvpra or of Schools Mrs. Jessie L. property owners on Lafayette, ': 92.6 Percent
I'ay hl..hut ..rlcn, will render selections played by a I
Mitimpitil Hardwood.or In lump slim II. BKu.rof. Young. Details of the programwere band on Instruments made Westmoreland, Call and Orange I ,

lJik Butler. Fla. alp air| ICOMfOSITK worked out by the Negro by rhythm the pupils. A spelling bee will Streets l. was presented approvingthe I Tax Collector J. R. Kelly announced !' Expert Craftsmen I e

principals under the chairmanship follow by the pupils in grades 4, paving of these streets. I' yesterday that tax col'j'l..cUons [ Best :Materials: Used
nOOKKfCBPINQ 8TS. of Eddie Thompkins principal In discussing the petition it was to date total $$143.389 I C. H. DRIGGERS FURNI1
.. will be
for .m.ll bu.ln* ii 9$, and 6. The shop which
'rl M. Ideal in Bradford This is 92.65
of RJE. County.
estimated
nook,. stated that the coat on
need In one at
F.v"r'hl"" you the exhibition room, will open
$1 75. Sn It at Bradforil Count*, Although participation In thin 11:30: and exhibits may be viewed each CO-foot lot would be approximately percent of the total $154.143.34: tax I Chas. C. ShepherdRadio Starke, Fla.

T..ra"h. event volunteer basis, all roll.
was on a $65 for each property ,
the remainder of the day.
feffro schools In the country are owner. Mr. Kelly predicts that after the T.Seat Covers

Sealed Power aklng part. The exhibits consist Track and field activities. Including Any formal action on the petition annual sale of delinquent tax I, 307 W. Call Starke

STEEL OIL KINGS 3t work the children:. have done softball games by both wa postponed until the next property which will be held May I

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& A CITIZENS ANALYSIS


:oi FARM, HOME r

and Auto Supply :../ .. ,r Florida's Income and Authorized Disbursements-Fiscal Year Ending June 30.I35O: !


nl ;.. Figures on IncomeGeneral Revenue Appropriationsend actual expenditures are '.. v..t.Po' ; .

ann4lr0 IIA else-Pllo\o. m 1'0<.""Runo"....-. .
r ni,!.:.. ''"".""'.' .' based
and on anticipated revenues.
1 IIIit l.Ir: ('. HHUlMK.IIIICourt : Departmental and Agency Budgets are
I ,"..011... ..*.. ..arfcOKNU1NK .


.branFomolla.. weil-
,j Unmll. pia". ,' and
I S5plania
rnntcd 7 Int-h.n. IOU for IJ.60:
for N: to 10 Inch plant
alms:. Oauii> Ia-.I' i>'>i'l-I Ita.
} 1175. J6i.per to 85r i-ach. IIKI.VKI: :I 1';1\H ..... pCxArwINL .WUA q1Y w/ae ..Wwa Y... Mlwpy aMMiuauw I etaara .r M/W UIM nYr
t/ A/AI.JoA n.VIU KNi* NUKdUliV' wn'IC 1., 1.sm L+I.w Selo US N+fIrN rRI/rr 1M t .Y n UMfatM".II 1.3 IN I'..... ...... r- 'M 1/r.M_ IM 1Y I. ONIdle. "*. 14 '"asw, .sere IIa.'I.. IYl'w.,LLlnrlF
.
.:..rt..I"", FluFOU ,

BAI-E-Mur lob. and Iunu.rtotnntn ,r

plant. steady to tran- 1p Nll 'y111L '%. r' 1 ,
plane.lie
Hool quality 1
plant S
a hundred t J Oil thuuaand. 1 Vmllwii ,. ral
Houth I Kant: of Htnrkc at Mln- r
file Urlffl Nauman'i Place.KKNT ten i 4bYIaMalr.

Il1..raa Irewrr 5.FI.T I5 S1 JNN Prg.ar.N I5LIw*. Iluraa.e I5.IS.V hteee.M. 5s&. IS I\rMNN il/ryanr ia.1 .MM {IINJrN Ie a (1wllnrW
e r U'ea.
FOR -NIc*. fr...hly dooratdItronm enu..N Ia
ftirnliihd\ apartnivnt Hath / ,
n the kltrh.n drain board ri F. r.- I N C 0 M ,, _rn r.sae
frlKorator gae *tovi>. automatic i uam
hot water h..at. .r. I'rlvatu enlraueeAlso .
I laraw*. Sal XV full Hr Pit ,
It
113._

FOrt riHINT-Furnlnhed (a room rotta ( 1 '
Stove and rrfrlvrator U
.* Kl ctrlc
with runnlnif wati. >r. l..ir..-. r
and b"afh. 637 W Call Ml. fh

L 11.1._It .... .Ye e / IIV4 SOa 3I..MM s r i 4 1 J.Mert1 I.
3

POStTIOX with several ANTF.r-ny)...... *xparl.nre| woman Ingeneral a''r r M ryq'rh 411 4 'b ,

offlca work, trplnir and
ithorthnnd. Alen m-lllnic np"'rlnc. ... = ,,
Rillahli. hnn..t and run ftirnlnhoi -...... ..: -...Ir TNII IWW4'1e
.> >n.nt rffrnp. .. !>>.. U 1-\. "' / + T.'
#w All Earmarked Funds
J./ +
I Bradford <'i> Tpli'grnnh. _9tp ,
11.1 t.!'f I1. H' III
.......... sawa.. ,...... M I.NOLNLAAL Ir r -. 'H' ..
FOIl TtRNTOabln Iurnl.h.d heater Two. tM'' N ............IW' S(1, _. ACYCNUC FUND ww/N M q'1MreKaA'JMq .'44..0 "

ronmn frljrrntor, vhownr.rln..h..t hot. water Tnurlpt. 1_....,. I//N.... ..."".,1/. ;.110.:. l IINNe,701A1 11.
Hlark _....... CNIWr.W' 1 4t>*0 AMIWINNN.NM. I .. .. ...- .. .
Court, Keystone lllKhwuy w /rwM sales fH l*< 11.NINe 1 ware s rwq.e lgldNw. M bNr.NKr. .
4tp 614: Y ,.,'.H...,nrneM /.Iw.U'I... .< ... _.,.. area. -.r rwrrMe. ----w.r rw11lINN1gwl. ... N.poopoo.oo.
. .,,',"'.
roll .* ro.eIOnoNOaNI.| I..e ewes
FOR aprlmrN.BAI.R -All Boat.I.\trailer flnliuratnrocry. Ye .rN IOM t.......... M W M.Nr ? rrw.N.WNg.

...*.yoton. lliichwav.Btark SINN .4 11wNeIlar wr 1 HsS I iS jSs aa1 'a,6N..0000 a ... .oo. .Ia
.. Fla. atu 4 30WEPDINU ,
.
-J.
I / .
,. aIMNMIlia .
AND BIHTHDAV CAKES I .
4
13 ,>. Ord.'re taken at llahinvr'nfllft 4.'.. ..pNr1
ui ,.. .. lw Lw / ,
M M. .,r
thopi| '', I'hon. e0-J. If . 1rIHI '"Re\y... .. ...N. % ZWZVW.y i ieI Hifegae
..
FOR SAt.K-JO.000 Wonder. (Hunt ..... .. . .1. '..... .... ......
Dapper plant' ready to vet 11 t*..rthounanil .... .. t..., .. 1 Sk\ > ......* ..- .... M..IN. F
or $75 for heal. at U..II. .. _..+ 1B X .W. "" ..I .rtM*' .. .....,..... ... "
-U n. %William, 7D7 Ti.mlhi W.I ,".F r / "<( _,.._""_t rr '"
PUnt City. Fla.. I'hon 8UD. It + ,-' ... 1 IT X, >.* wAlvM I.--'"''

,, jsr \ >. N.b.
1"01HAL :-3 OK frlKrator. 7 .
and V ft. Vhlluu C'on...rv...lor.. II .
ft. d...p 'r.*... top and sla. Innnr .
dour with It. own *.h.lv.

Kay: Hplnilrlor.. Htudlo Infidel couch, b.wahlnrmaahln .... pr.. ? rt1..Ne '
war .aprlnic Chat* luunNT. pr.- \
war ourln,... Ljtrv oil painting. by .L/
Mr. Mtorkwall, New BnarUnd *"...n.. ,,4ei \
of w.iod* In green and brown. .. /111.4/N 11wMInM. ., Na11INN */ / /aMMN .u MNMatlswa1 16Mrela /hN.MN
I
Uw.wN /IIr.Wee
Al.u II railroad rail far cattle /rWra.a
l gap. lit. ready rut. attel l fvnu
pout, 2uo *arh. ICUctrlu charger
t end elect po.,. and fnet.ner for
lctrla f.nvi.( new Tlir. nt
barn door hardwar. for .IMIn
: door. 15 vet, Suit ll>. bar
:Dart
( put* paint.I ch |p. 10 ft I{
mow r fur International. tractor. ; ((1'
+ 14-room in id"rnl.*d honi. or a. "'rwr r.a+l M.fl. r M
W ...,
,. IWA s>< iw.rN / rNg.teWe / 1 rnanNr r
nN
1 apl.. and 4 acru land. poultryhoun raMs / w1.IIw vitas:
s.
/
fur 100 laying h.n.. (lO.duu.Out IaLrM rcr uw.rs.rw { N'N ) : +{ ( aA.a. w '
!
/ hou of 4-room atra r' 1..1 I
apt *
I A' I ..I._ e l..e 6untM.w.. a, M / 4111.In..
('all mornlnic Mr. Lurlna M ::._ N4MaNN 911 N' I..Ia'I.e. IM..N15 I.-...... ...,
..... '
Wynn. BrooknUU' R/.nrh. ll ntKoad.
IH mil from. Call tI'. bridge. .. .au... u.w.rrM 1. raw Ie ew r.r LrwuN Ks. I.a'r Mr
W. utark.. II errMnrl e.NI.ra r M.le a.I,INS ..__./:W.MN:.:: : IC 151 s.I.IW.\.. -aN aor.w paI ;.;/r..t"
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