Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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APR 2 ? 1951

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Bill Advertised J I BHS Career Day Termed Success I Hoffman Draws 25 Year SentenceFor I

Some 350 junior and senior .

I To Provide students from Starke, Waldo, Lak Slaying Mother At Sampson;

4 ft Butler, Green Cove Springs/ Ala-

j4LL k4 1 1I Hospital Funds : floss chua preview,and and professions into Hawthorne the world at were the of givena bust-.llfat" McCool, Corbin Trial Set For Mav 3

annual Career Day held at Brad- ..
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Notice ot local legislation for ford High School last Friday The trial of Eugene Hoffman

the purpose <)f providing funds for Assemblies\ exhibits, and gr-oJ.d. Accident Fatal negro charged with the fatal

tht. construction or acquisition, conference combined their. techniques \ To EngineerAt shooting of his mother Daisy

equipping, maintenance and opera. I to give atudentk'unvarnish' Riley at Sampson City on November

tOIl"ot a public hospital at : ed facts In an effort I Id"help them Silver LakeAn 19 came to a quick close.

Stark'-' began publication In this select thu career wile\) they'll be! Thursday morning.

Issue of the Telegraph. i I happiest and most usetul.As unusual accident occurred,I Hoffman, Mho had boon Indictedfor
at Silver Lake neap Theresaa last.:
Tile advertisement state that E. D. Whlflonant of Emory first degree murder by tl! j

the funds shall be provided by''I, Junior College told the group:; at the Sunday electrocution. afternoon of lamt'Vlllptt resulting I In,I grant! Jury here Monday signified

the allocation\ to such hospitalof the morning assembly period'"The hi* willingness to plead guilty to

portions of the race track 'I most Important thing: In life Is 63 sular a Life building Building engineer JacksonvilleMr for Penli. second degree murder, and his

funds which may be received by' getting Into the right Job." motion was accepted by Judge A,
Willett has a summer Wed -
Bradford ("uuty." I I exhibits In Z. Adklns who sentenced
; Some 53 displayed him O
Insertion of the advertisement I the usa building. graphically A MODM: : MOI1KKN: FAItH was exhibited In miniature by the Agrl-j end cottage on Silver Lake and It 23 years.

was authorized by a local committee demonstrated to students the varied cultural l ICnglneerlng Club, University of Florida/ at UHS's Carper ,ls the reported water to that Inspect he had a strainer gone Into nn The grand jury Monday also returned -

of which Mra. Lex: Green \ attractions of different professions Day last Friday. Contrasted with this was another scale model of an the end of a pipe running; Into the first degree murder indictments .

is chairman, and S. E. Simmons'', branches of the armed service outmoded farm of yesterday. Photo by Billy Cressler. I lake and connected with a pump against Claude J. McCool

co-chairman. This committee I colleges and universities. and Marlon S. Corbin charged with
-- ---- -------- which supplied water to the hnum e i
grew out of the recent actlou of I During the morning assembly, It Is believed that In some mar: the death of Claude Heaver young
of local firm
the Starke Woman's Club adopt. F and representatives of the representative some
superintendent truck driver on March 3.
R. plant occurred
C. Hager. npr short circuit cam
1Efl lug as a project the securing of Schools of Music of both mateuniversities. who would be qualified to give the
Starke of the Trail Ridge Ilemlnite desired information log the pipe to carry a chnrg The McCool-Corbln case was ser
facilities for ,
hospital I east of Starke, described the nature which apparently electrocuted the for trial on Thursday, May 3, at

Lndsome new building of the First Baptist Church Following the formation. of this of that operation and work. The welcoming address was given Rtlward Masaey president of man while he was In tho water. 110 a. m. At their arraignment hero

of ceremonies committee, negotiations were. .entered -: opportunities there. by C. S. Partln, supervising the Bradford Beta Club, presided' He wan! a native of Chicago and Tuesday morning bthIen! entered
[will be the scene impressive into with the owners of the lather speakers; during; the day principal of BHS ami the invocation at the morning assembly program I had lived! In Jacksonville for 8jears. pleas of not guilty.A .

[when the congregation will join with distinguished now defunct local hospital In an included Dr. Donald J. Tate, FSU was by Key. L. D. Halnea The BHS Band and the Glee Club He Is survived, by his wit third

tn speakers and guests to formally dedicate the : effort to see If anything could be School of Business; Daniel B. BI'y.1 During the day consultation furnished music during the day. and, one married daughter. Leroy Collins murder, case- .that of
charged with the
anctuary. worked out whereby the building special agent FBI; Dr. William' those Interested All arrangements for Career
II an, were formed for death of Sherman Duhart, on December
dication sermon will be preached at the 11 o'clock and equipment could bs purchased School of Social Welfare,
Leap In undor the direction Conner CoSponsorsBill 24
In specific business, Day were general -.wlll not likely be tried
and a hospital bya a
executive secretary of the operated aa FSU
>Ir. M. Chandler Stith I FSU; Dean Vivian Duxberry These were of L. H. Gibson, assistant at this term of court since Collins'
local board to be appointed by dustry, or profession. To Take Tax
who ordained by there Robt. O. Strip
Columbia Convention, was School of Nursing;
f the Governor. I then assigned to confer with a principal of BHS. attorney, Zuch H. Douglas, la out

in 1926. Up to date, however due to ling. College of Education, Uof.. Off Farm GasolineRep. I'of the state.Tflsiructed.

et dinner will be served at noon. complications arising from the I 1 verdicts of not guilty

(r the afternoon service, beginning at two o'clock, I fact that the hospital and equipment .I Local Post Sends Berry Deal Still Doyle E. Connor of Bradford were returned by the jury in twocases

Maguire, executive secretary, Florida Baptist Con- together with some othe BHS Nine Loses Three DelegatesTo County was a co-sponsor ot ot I I tried earlier this week
bill Introduced In the House
)r. W. G. Stracener,'pditor Florida Baptist Witness ; properties Is mortgaged to thReconstruction a They were: lottia Adams, charged<

E. D. Solomon retired editor of the same publica- Finance Corpora Legion Meet In Slow Trot'Prolonged Representatives last week provIO l.1 1. with non-support of minor child;
Ing for a refund on part of th
of Three
heard. tion, no satisfactory settlemen Two Out and Robert Sullivan charged with
>e Three Legionnaires from Stark Houd Tax on gasoline which I
Rev. L., D. Ilaines, will show moles has been arrived at. 1 grand larceny In connection with
the pastor
'clock the Amer
attendance at used In farm/ Impllments. Rpp.
In |
church during recent It Is reported that the presen were' winter cold ",Hn't' I the theft of three barrels of turpentine
of activities of the years Conven Connor advocated such legislation
hitting Department
and the heavy (lean Legion's
the sal Costly errors
owners have an offer for dunn right" by Bradfor Countystrawb.'rry gum valued at $50.
the construction of the building from start to fin- In of opponents combine Lion held In Tampa last week 8JI during hla campaign for a seat Ithe I In'l''
of the equipment to a hospital power crop. Total produclUm In the case of State of Florid.
Alabama. \ to down the Tornadoes in two out delegates of Post G6. Those attendIng at this point I U Just halt I whn Legislature."Similar vs John Frailer, charged. with .
entitled "Clouds Witnesses", willd the the Friday through Sunda;; bills have been Intrc a.
ening sermon, of three games played during It was at lhU time last year anreceipts sault upon Llllle Mae Hood
at 8 o'clock. week. Bradford beat Sea sessions were W. H Grahnm \V I duced In the past but this bill' with
? by the pastor Local TelephoneCompany past are almost $110,000 lens.During Intent to commit murder, the defendant .
of the observance will be the distribution of breeze 3-1 and lost to ,New M. Scruggs Jr. and A. J. Thomas deals fairly with the farmer IInd
ure the week asked and
April 19-2/ received
Observes the agencies which have been ri-I permission
of all departments of Beach 0-4 and Palatk Jr.
photographs Smyrna
itaining many sold 2,380( to
growers rrnten at IIn change his previous
The local Post came In for It' calving revenue from such a tax,
h. aM historical pictures of persons who were 50th Anniversary 5-2. share I of honors at the final sec average of $8.36 for a total return i Connor stnt d. "We are allklntor/ II plea of not guilty to the charge of
in founding and development of the church. The Jack Hazen pitched effective;; of $19,875.00.Monday's assault! with Intent to commit
refund 7c
when Departmr'nCommander only 4c of the present
In this book was of service to the< axaiiint Seabreeze, striking out slon on harvest murder and
material and other information Fifty years Donald K. Carroll pre. totaled 6.0cratea State tax. The remaining 3o wilt entered a plea of
Starke community is currently being 15 batters, walking :5 and allowIng Tuesday's 482, but Wednesday's guilty to assault with Intent to
:Mrs. Alma Hough. with an Honor RIbbon be reverted to the counties for the
y _ _ tented the Post '
celebated by the Starke Telephone i 2 scattered hits. dropped to 204 It Is he- commit manslaughter Thla motion
for 1951 together with a bIer construction of roads and bridge
Company. Harold Davis likewise pitched Service Certificate. Thee. lleved, that yield will loom n""t The terra "agricultural purpoaiea" e. was granted and sentence was suspended -
emonstrationbserved Foreign Student" to existing records, New itorloua week but It la doubtful how muc
According good _ball against Smyrna Items were earned by the Post because aa used In the act, mear by Judge Adklna,

Heard At RotaryThree the exchange was established her but errors proved too costly. Brad of Its successful member longer buyers will remain herewith motor fuel used In the operator, ot Kenneth Thompson' pleaded notguilty
of May 1901 by; the other market coming In I INorth In.
the first In ,
around ford chalked up one run trhvwgrfor:
; .fliP campaign for the.Y1ar.19)1and tractors auxiliary r : 01 nonsupportof
Latin American student;. M. Q. Rowe of.Madlson,who late first Inning to go ahead, but ii Carolina Alabama, anTnnesse. minor children and 'the
emonstration Club for the preceding! two years. other farm equipment Used e>' \ cato
B'ltdr' < County *t the. JU'iiiveinlty.,of Florida Her,,sold to .1. L; Warren also of Madison I the aedond trame''New Smyrni The name of Post Commande its .., and Loulalana now at elusively I In, planting, plowing, I was diSmissal upon request of

iemakers' across arll'l mel Guardia of Panama, Julio Gutierrez moved to Daytona Buaclistudied scored 3 runs on 3 hits and <3 A J. Thomas Jr. wan certified to< poak.Ho cultivating, harvesting, or procei plaintiffs.
of Columbia and Ivan Un law and la now a Judge. far this season growers have
In Alaxka Hawaii, andO the convention as Commander-elec sing of farm products on the tarn,
the I of Chili were guests of The first phone serviced by the< evened thscoi'e .. sold 20,146 crates for a total ot ,
in highlighting durraga The Tornadoes up of the Legion's Fourth District h or used to pump water or carr Sgt. W. R. Edwards
the Rotary Club Wednesday each Rowe exchange was Installed foi In their half of the< 5211,7J 0.116. Lllllt year at thl
home In preserving having been previously elected Rt out other necessary farm Opera
briefly on some phase 01 N. J. Jones father of DeWitt C 2 ... ..! time they had marketed 40,42 Given Bronze StarS
oala. speaking I second inning, scoring runs the Constitutional Conference 01 Lions, and no part of which Is use

lit out the significant) his native country. Jones, who ran a hardware ston hits base on balls, and one error the Fourth District. The Conven crates for a return of $330.000.:; In any vehicle: or equipment cuntn. 1

Home Demonstratlor The students were accompanies here at that time. New Smyrna scored an unearn tlon then ratified and conflrmei Growers In the Plant City ar"a i marlly driven or operated upon the William R. Kdwardt, son

being observed. JWlainsa here by John F. Martin director The present owner, H. A Bishop ed run in the top of tho 6th to< the election of Thomas us District reported one of the mllllt 8u'lpIIII.ful public highways I of Mra. B. K. FMwardi, of Starke,

Student Attain purchased the exchange In 19 deadlock and gull seasons In recent years with Before shall he Issued has been awarded the Bronze Star
Bradford Counts of Latin American break the ommander for the coming year.E. a permit
119 Lonnle Roberta, At that F nn eHtlnmteil return of ",.717.150for medal for meritorious service In
nArration Agent, Btat at the Unlveralty.I from eventual victory. Both pitcher: who ti I Ia the applicant shall file with the
time It .was still located in its or out A. (Lnddie) P.owton, om club member are re- I Preceding, the student tallu upstairs In the gave up 5 hits, Davis striking brother-in-law of W. II. Graham fruit Comptroller an appllrntlon unde 2 through November 2, 1050.:

heir support of de- John Godwin secretary-elect of the Iglnal quarters, 3, Carr striking out 13. The Tornadoes Is Acting Department Adjutant 01 oath, giving detallml duacrlptloiof
ims on the home front'rng I club. reported on the Rotary din building now occupied by the committed S errors, New the Legion's Department of \FlorIda Starting Friday the auction will Ule make model motor number The citation states that:
of Dr. Brownlee. The ex. at 10 a. "His' service through all phrasesof
their homemak trlct conference in Jacksonville the flees Smyrna 2.Tuesday. and has friends In Legion open m.Middleburg .etc.' ami approximate per hon
and many
97 military
then served phones operations was conltmultaely *
coW and leadership ex-- change night the Pulutki tin motor fuel consumption of eaclmachine
1 i first of this week. circles In Starke and over
daytime : marked
one with
there were two operators Church to bn him, I distinction
operated by
Ith other homemakers Rev. L. A. Shepherd spoke entertalningly 1 Maroons handed Inn Tornadoes another state During the critical action In thu
it all America may b< of some of his experiences and one constructed a loss, hanging out a 5-2 vie Plans AnnualHomecoming and the manner In which the applicant arlv ph.mo nf operations he worki'il .
1927 Bishop
I during a recent trip to Cal In ; tory. Hazen started on the mound, Intend to USe the refun for extended,
and moved the periods without
Home Builda Tomor building relieved In the top of tin' Race Funds Total motor fuel Including a statemen
II, (ifornla.i location. There Is I but was adequate rest or relief.
its present jf the number of acres to be work
M'.( Is the underlying eightof i 6th Inning by Billy Danoby, doing
is week'a obaervanceUK I i now a total of 13 employees .\ relief job. Palatka. touch,cI Hompl'omlnc', bo celebrate' r.d In row crops, groves pasturetc. "All through the campaign he
Baptists and the exchange a great I I performed his duties of Cook In
Keystone them operators .
both the famlly-llf ,, 'Hazen for 6 hits and 0 runs In !1\ So Far I at the Midilleburg Methn.lln the
I 500 1 phones $70,000 Battery Maintenance Section
services some
nd family health will Plan Homecoming has been in the telephone Innings. Dannby !gave uprone hit Church on Sunday May 6. Tlili Connor believes that this bill hat III nn exemplary manner. His tire-
Mr. Bishop 101th of excellent chance for ir
t attention wherever In 2 Innings.Bradtol'd year marks the year con in passage
nstratlon galh- Sunday April 29 business since 1903 and was and no runs the first (6 tin uOU worship In the presentt'hurch the House I ess efforts and devotion to duty
women I' Southern Bell In hit twice In So far this season Bradford contributed greatly to the success.
by Reverend
communities.. employed and In the bottom of theseventh total ol building. The
before Innings County has received a Tul accomplishment" of his -
cities orranlatlon's
will be annua
Sunday April 29, Jacksonville and other John E. Rice, pastor of the Methodl
II at last started rapplnjiGllaaon frorr Bradford Men
) saluting $70,000 track revenue
programs Flral t has race vital mlll lon.
the He now
for Starke.
Day to
Homecoming coming I ..t Church In Green Cove Spgi
dude: I I Keystone business hla for hits that meant runsThe 'the State. This Is divided equall) "In addition his normal
of of the Ft. Jackson to
Baptist Church 8.' co-manager did show life and Com. will be guest speaker The Rev At
1 p m. -National Farm John Pearce Bap Jr. Tornadoes II between the Board of County lutles he war often called
Heights. Rev. son H. A. Blahop 3 hits and 2 T. B. Ray who has served as pastor upon
(our. I I for this anniversaryMr. spirit banging out missioners and the Board of Pub Wllkerson. to tasks not
tlat. Regional Missionary In observance of the the 7th. of the Middleburg church foi I'vt. James Lewis : perform many nor-
9pm.The Telephone district will be guest speaker al Bishop plans to have on display runs In the bottom of He ,Instruction. the past 12 years will concluc ion of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Wllker nally expected of his grade andmsltlon.

I I the Morning Worship Service. Dr. within the next few days a Monday night Gainesville Higli I I Racing receipts ore running the services. Mr. Ruth BarthlovIs Kin of Lawtey, and Pvt. Upnjl.lmlnStarling. In every such Instance

p. -Cavalcade ol, John Magulre executive secretary telephone built In 1901. the year will be here for a> game. Tonight. .lIghtly ahead of last year's and II arrangelng the program of mu Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs >I. responded In an outstanding

of the Florida Baptist Convention the exchange was established her. (Friday) the boys play In St. Augustine la I believed that :when the final I ale with Mr. Rae Biggs Wella ot tienjnmln Sterling of "Starke. arurrently <' tmnrwr and performed all duties)

will occupy the pulpit at the 2:43: This will be contrasted with one and next Thursday May I figures are In the total will br Lawtey and Mrs. H A. Chalkei : undergoing their twelfth with marked efficiency

r18 Defeat afternoon service. of the new colored phones In most 3, they travel to Wllllston. Monday. found to equal or exceed the $82- aa organist and Mrs. S. Bryan week of training In a 14-week "Sgt. Edwards' outstanding per'ormance .
the last
Dinner on the ground will be. modern design.Bessent I night's game will be regular : too received In 1950.) Jennings, Sr. as .olol t. cycle of Infantry basic with "A1 and complete devotion
8-4 a feature. of the celebration. I home game of the season will Everyone: Is Invited to come flattery, 45th Field Artillery tin. to duty without regard for hHwn

The church was organized two I I the Tornadoes. However fans Merit System Exams and a picnic lunch. Ith Infantry Division, Fort Jack ) physical. well-bring reflect
girls' Softball team ago in the home of Ben Buys be able to enjoy the conference i bring ion, 8. C. treat credit on himself and the U

heir first victory Mon years FUdenour at Keystone Heights. I' Fixtures InBankrupt baseball tournament to be played Scheduled For May FyI Starling was formerly em- S. Artillery."

'ti. defeating the visit- from his home the congregation I here starting May 9. Drawings and Burns Retires toyed as a mechanic In Starkemd

girls 84. I iferrowed a tent In which the Store gametimes will be announced Examinations for a wide variety After 12 Years was a member of the local DPS Extendseadline

ent ahead in the first members could hold services until Harley later. 'lof positions will be conducted by National Guard. I'vt Wllkeraon

ring 2 runs. but the they could construct a building, Flxturea In the defunct were purchased I the State Merit System Council At Alvarez Store vas engaged in farming prior to ) To May 30

( In the church has : F strong jewelry store I II Sunday : arly, In May Rev. H E. Sparks entered
la Funeral
r surged forward Jn these two years $600 by W. I ilw' Induction. Both men
building on High I last week for District No. 5 Board Member, said I Itoday. With the retirement of Edward The Washington Offlre of Price

Ins( 3-2. built a 122,000 the structure Is almost A. Besaent owner of the building., For Mrs. VanAlstineMr I : Applications to lake the eximlnatlnns aurna last week, customers at Al the service In January. basIcViikeniinmi rtablllzatlon has extended to Miy
and I of their
100 completion
closing Upon I
score knotted 3-all, way At the present occupied by Strong until the : must be filed not later I /area' Store will be musing a fanlliar 31) th, deadline for retail rner-..
free. will have
debt and Starling
ked up one run In the being made to of the store several weeks ago I' Edith VanAlsttne, 70 dle.l than April 24/ and examinational figure who has been on hand hauls to tile their price charM!
plans are tired most of the light Infantryreapons
lee the Bradford lasid time educational unit for ex Strong filed a petition in bank- ant Friday In the Alachua County will be conducted the following to greet them and help supply under Regulation 7 and amend-

the circuit for 5 big build an I Tjptey on May 31 and a meeting loepltal after a brief illness. She: Saturday, heir needs for the past 12 years engaged In practlal squad I tents A. Reid Mann, director of
and under-
bottom of the 5th. pansion. I was held In the native of Glennie, Mich. and, platoon problems, ,
14 members at the jf his creditor vas a and stenogra- "doctors orders" Mr the OPS In the Jacksonville area
were I I Welfare visitors Upon training In
There Intensive physical
'ea Hazen and Idell organized here on April 17 a' and moved to Hampton In 1910'rom ( (;one announced today.
eel i for tine time the church was rourthouse appointed: >hers are needed by the State andDistrict I Burns submitted his rellignallol'f'trpclIve I reparation for duty ai a combitr
a job was Wla. I
up membership la time a trustee Park Fall ,
deadline April
nnd now the total Welfare Board In many last Saturday. service type replacement. The former was
md catching. I School ha* of his assets which total. She was a member ot the IlIn.tevery
107. The Sunday to: dispose and' parts of the state Rev. Sparks He Jokingly says that It 31).

1'i scored by Helen grown ifrom a handful to a total id less than 1000. Hampton Methodist Church "Qualifications for welfare man who get,* to retire twice Items sold In retail stores affect-
ten 1, Shaw 1,' The Baptist came to Starke during loyal Neighbors of America, Wisconsin Mr 'GRIPE BOX'Like
enrollment of 159. Strong i vlsltorll include graduation from In a lifetime. It seems that ed by Regulation Seven Include all

1, Jackie Tanner 1, Training Union has an enrollment. the: early days of the establixiimentf a : chapter. m accredited college or university,! turns, who had been In the bank. about commodities usually sold In men's
late thing
and operated widow of the to complain
Cole 1.rnon functionIng Standing' She was a
is also' a "retired"ome
and there > Camp business In. Texas and shoe-
65. of and women's apparel
of ng *
th'tPost survived specified type to'sult ,
underway concession In Silver VanAlstine and Is although some when they don't (o you
(Friday) Mac- WMU. Plans are watch repair 25 ago and moved V.Starke. of items carried In
years most
of a there until the end :I by a son. Earl E. VanAlatine ofoeoa. work experience can be aubstltut-: Well there U one place In town
I organization Exchange leisure I
play the locals here for the He found too umlture and floor covering
Brotherhood. it the war when he opened a held at ed for part of the required college i lot to his. liking, however and haebeen ited.where your gripes are actually ''I ores and more than 73 per cent

Rev, Pearce served aa pastor for Jewelry store In Starke. |I Funeral services were raining. Age limit Is between 21 employed at Alvarez Store ot 1 the volume handled by depart-
box for thl
church was \ t week for hi\* he residence Sunday afternoon A special purposeas
Working I& few months and after until the Rev. David He left I home Starke In Atlanta where he at 2:30: o'clock with Rev. H. T.i"olry. I md SO years but the minimum tor the past 12 years. been provided at the Carl tent stores Mann said

organized rorrner offlclatng. Is Johns Feed Store and Builders The Jacksonville! Office of Price
Siding called as the firstaator. would "look for a job" : Methodist paator. I. waived where the applicant

Thomas was the Rev. Al- aid he I I IGirl Interment was In HamptonC..meterv a four-year. college graduate. Decent BirthMr. Supply on Washington Street. Stabilization has a supply of II-
At present ,
) of who dlsgrunted istrated books
under the direction 'uatomers guide explaining
e E. Conner announcedhat :Jr. la paator. and
Leader Further Information application -
rred Engelmann. Invitedto Scout JeWItt C. Jon... and Mrs. R. G. Dodxon of over any phase of the operation how the pricing charts should berrpared
he has contractedr The public I Is cordially blanks can be obtained the birth ot a invited to I I
of special services as Carlisle I* the ,renton announce ot these businesses are and copies) may be half I
Agriculture Wa these
in regard to the con- attend all services of the church. Mrs. Katherine leader of Troop|\ Decent Birth roar 'the District Welfare Office i son, Harold Randolph on April rite out their complaint: and I any retailer doing business Inthe
well Scout
as Girl
a railroad at the new with her every ,. at Green Cove Springs, from the 22 In the Alachua Hospital. Mrs. drop In the box. Jacksonville area by applying
siding )ne. The girls roeet So If you're the type ot person'ho to I the District Off tee.
school Mrs. Harlan Smith anlounce the former :Janet ,
and Is
te Farmers Market. Birth Thursday afternoon after Mr. Unit Office at Green Cove Springs; >odson to air grievances,
likes your
I Recent house At the birth of a eon Alan of Mrs. T.M. The Jacksonville office serves
o has agreed to workan kt St. Mark's parish ,i T from the State Welfare Board utchlngs daughter IrO ahead. Here's one place that

effort to formulate Mr. and Mrs. O. B. William announce heir last meeting Mrs. Carlisle| Vayne. on AprU 2 In rememberedre Bruse 111. Jack onvU\e\ ; or from the State Hutching and the late Mr. your suggestions win be welome. 43 counties In North and Central

e Seaboard birth of a son. Gary on a walk to I Iitudy irs. Smith will be lorlda."
Railroad to the took the ten girls 1 Merit( System Tallahassee. lutchlngt." .
uch S In the I as Mrs. Rosa Carter.
a sldlng.-Conaer Bernard on April birds. .
City Hospital.

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------ -- -- We obliged him and if
Harold and Janice time ago. Starke
brother-in-law. Ted Hall. The two Sunday W jj
Harold had the road hadn't been so banked
I Gainesville.
Bradford County Telegranh and were deep they sea really fishing"raked"not long'em ago In hurt Shiver his In arms badly some time ago with this high-powered :i1all.,,
His business, he'd have to oblige Fr.Ga
[1tV That Is a real good' place to go coming down an electric pole '
the fulfillment of his H j
and he with 11
fishing, and Ted Hall knows how arms were up
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. U. MATTHEWS. OWNIW-IDITOR: : a fish said that he really had suffered -we hear he's dug "them la/
tq lots from It 'hu "l
The Geo. Andersons are havinga
breathing spell. They haven't had Minnie Johns and girls spent P MaC:.
Published Every Friday and Entered MI Second now-In two weeks Sunday ;wIth her mother, Mrs. PINE LEVEL
Office at Starke Fla J.lIrll burgess JO[ !: 1 any new pigs of"I
They planned to plant millet Conner of Midway :
-PONCA. IMEBR: === Tues-I n Mrs. II M. Mcltae Iltol,
WMEMBER day but they might not Betty Jo Moody's mother, Beulah iy
I 811t
(lj) 1951 \\hpreln I meditate on courage me a ring and said he had to go plant for several days now. Unlessthey'd [Mae, entertained a group of ,

i and that Innrr. peace which paawth out In the country to deliver some: use an amphibious tractor.I youngsters Sunday afternoon, out We had a large attendance k
RubncrlplJon i.50 Annually $IJ>0 For Six Month a undemanding. My little don thing. It will soon be time to start Bill and Marie Banks are rather near their home with the former's church last Sunday with 183 ltw \\I.
School. '. StJ
dinner of their white j Sunday ,
Is InJur..c1.Cou'age sad about the death I 8th birthday party She enjoyedthe
In the price that Life HELPFUL HINTS: When sowing Persian cat, which got killed on event very much and next Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall, w !Mrp!

OUR MOST IMPORTANT: SAFEGUARD exacts for granting peace, fine seed such as petunia, mixa the hard road recently, and the year she'll be making it Interest- companied by Mrs. Inez Kelly Black t
A number of curb-and-gag measures introduced recentlyin ) The soul that know It not little cornmeal :with, seeds. Adding roving disposition of Chippy their ing for some beginner teacher. It Mr and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez ( SUnday, ''
smart- Knows no release from little a tablespoon of vinegar to.the
last she
the Florida Legislature indicate that some sources pet"-squirrel. Dill says Chippy lea seems like only year
ing under the stings of a critical press, are yielding to the things: starch on wash day brings Out, big girl now and she leaves homeratLrly baby. Time files as we get older
Knows not the livid loneliness of the color gives a shlny,1oo11to ,
temptation of attempted reprisal by statute. I every morning and doesn't Oh, yes, Russel Green promised!I
fear, the cotton dress. 1 co..ef''myrlaLng where I sit
till before dark. Mana Wiggins and me a big bas- "a From ..by Joe '
Thanks to the level-headed judgment of a majority of Nor mountain heights where dough with a plaaUt( 'Fever W> ne home just j
abortive l J!.' members' of the Florida Legislature, these measures bitter joy can hear my sister gave me for my birth
usually die aborning, but the mere fact that they are even The sound of wings. day. The dough does not form** season!) we'd not press him for news for t
Nettle Moody spent the New River "Colyum" some
conceived is the reflection of a dangerous trend. How can Life grant us boon for crust dT" Jtop You've Got To I

Look what happened to La Prensa of Buenos Aires, a living, compensateFor I hear Don down emptying: up '.4...,.,.". ..,., ,
which was founded in 1869 and long enjoyed a dull grey ugliness and preg the ashes. This morning has gore ( '. Hand It To Sand
newspaper t
so fast. I will have to and
nant hate stop get
for integrity and accuracy. La Prensa
worldwide reputation Unless we dare dinner. He may have to make'a '% SERVICE I
achieved a large circulation and prospered accordingly.But y\1RF. STORE wife "Tiny wonderful !
very The soul's dominion? Each time trip. More after dinner. Sandy Johnson's U-?
it did the unforgivable-it was often critical of Juan we make a choice We pay Dinner Is over the dishes dcwe.Don ;' PHONE 189 suddenly asks him at breakfast hare bluebirdi-uj
Peron's dictatorship in Argentina. So finally it has been With courage to behold resistless has gone to the store n;Ja 1 the other morning"Why don't yon on some birdhouitu
done to death as a free medium of news and opinion. It has day, raining outside. Time 1:30: p. 11I .r ': f, State Roads 100.& 200 build ne some bluebird houses?* From hen 1 nil

been taken over by Peron's government and is now beingrun And count It fair wonder how my Digger dog is f'Z: .' r; STARKE, FLORIDA "What for?"asks Sandy."Why with more underilike

under the supervision of a committee from the dictator'srubberstamp -Amelia Earhart. had goulash for dinner. It was for bluebirds, of course" says Sandjr-. Til
congress. Its distinguished editor Dr. Gainza Who of you does not rememberour made from pieces from our roast OPEN 6 A.M. TILL 10 P.M. Tiny. "We always had 'em at lpeeta her liking....!

Paz, escaped to Uruguay after a close brush with Argentine > beloved Amelia Earhart' who pork loin So many things one """ home when I was girl. May bis. lie likes i Ifs K
arrest him. wrote the above poem? She was can make with beef but this is beer
police who were trying to sound silly-but I aorta miss'em. now and) three,
of Argentina with a single exception, is now one year younger than I. She was my own special recipe and Don Let SIL-I-KLEEN Tiny sticks to tote
The press lost at sea. She says Courage Is likes It. us your car' Well I know'how busy Sandy's
wholly controlled by the government. There will be no dissenting '- the price Life exacts of us. How GOULASHCut by the new Silicone process The new been lately and the thought of lire Sandy likes la 01

voice, no matter what the dictator does. true to-day that one must have In small cubes the lean meat way to lasting car beauty. $7.50 taking time out to build bird- they and live let Ii,.-..
all the safeguards which a people have against oppression houses could have made a lot of so happ ll,
Of courage.I from the pork roast with a bit of WATERPROOF O Corrosion Resistant
e the free press i is the most important. It is not a coincidence who am so happy moat every fat. Dice potatoes, onions carrots men blow their top.' But not ,

, f that every dictator-communist, facist, or what have moment fell Into utter despair last and some celery. Use any pro- Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Sandy. He says "No, Tiny. It
he takes over the portion that wish. I like doesn't sound silly. I think it's aCopyright
you-starts to muzzle the press a? soon as Wednesday evening. My dog Dig. you more And Accessories

government. That is a matter of sheer necessity for dictator- ger got his eye hurt and had to be Irish potatoes, about one onion, a .....
and publish what they believeto few stalks of celery. Season with Y I 19$1' United State
ship, for when men can speak taken to a dog hospital where he Brn
s be the truth, injustice cannot long survive. Truth is what still remains. I have always taken salt and black pepper. Boll slow-
ly until the and
all dictators fear most. such good care of him. I had him potatoes vegetables -
are done and the is
One of the dangerous measures' now before the Florida tied down In the back yard. I wan Add a bay leaf if soup you like thick.the

Legislature in one which would apparently allow a Governor, upstairs working and I heard Tlim taste. I often just use meat potatoes -
and there his left
Went down
in a national emergency, to take over or suspend all news- yelp. and onions. Don does not like
papers. It is easy to see the abuses that might arise from eye just was wept.knocked I could out of not its help socket.I It. I the carrots and celery A good one I LOVETT'STARKE

such legislation.Of dish meal with a lettuce salad.
called Don and he came home and
course, the press has a grave responsibility in ad- took him to the veterinary. He Here Is Don's Lettuce Salad:' I
ministering this precious right of freedom. As one spokesman kept him and said to call Mondayand half I shred on a course cutter, a
has pointed out-"American newspapers cart't justify he might be able to have blm head of lettuce Add a gener-

press freedom by inaccurate, biased reporting, intolerant ready to come home. I have missed ous some helping vinegar of to sugar taste, a and bit of a little salt, FLORIDA Prices Good Through SAT. APR 28t

editorial attitudes, smug self-righteousness: and headlines him so very much. Yesterday was sweet cream. Toss and serve at ,
, ,. that distort and obscure the news. Nor can we safeguardour a bright day here so I started once In Individual dishes. Adashof ,
constitutional rights by taking advantage of and pick housecleanIng. I cleaned the attic. Paprika.

ing on public officials and candidates for public office." I washed the curtains and of I am cooking beans to bake. I TALL
windows and them
There is no doubt that some newspapers have abused their course back the I moved things put, swept, bought a yard of weiners Ha. I
right to freedom of the press' and have shown themselves unworthy mopped up.and dusted. It Is fun to like to hear it rain. Our lawn Is MILK 3 2

of the grave responsibilities that this constitutional look at things. I have quite a few getting so green. It Is almost all CANS r
lf guarantee entails. But to attempt to place gags and curbs; i things up there, including my raked. My iris and tulips are com-
a on all newspapers for the sake of bringing reprisals againstthe trunk with my WAC clothes. I ing up. The peonies are peeping KIM

few who are guilty of abuses is a most; irrational pro- just have a uniform and a few thru. I noticed my ever-bearing
:> cedure and one that cannot but bring widespread condemnation souvenirs. I also looked at mygrandchildren' strawberries are showing green. I
was afraid
they died this
,upon its proposers.ALVAREZ'. baby pictures and winter I leaves
put on them but
my son's. There Is an old phono
'I'' graph up there and I played the they blew away every time. LB.

Establishedh1893 old records. One was "Till we Here Is a thought: found In my SPRY 3
tl 1 STORE II1II Meet Again" and It brought back church paper: If we achieve the 9

memories of the first world war, deeper peace which\ pauses understanding CAN
of many people I knew and loved, our state of mind must
VACUUM some have passed away, others far Include tension rather than denial I
mciAumiHandsomely distant. My son was born the year, of it. We must at the same time be
ACME that song was new. So life moveson terribly dissatisfied with our- I
REBUILT and It will soon be May, II selves and with our world, and yet
VACUUM planted out some old fashioned I convinced that at the bottom this I ,o LEO: SUPER BRAND
I l.p tfr.e.m ky_acM..rh.ly bleeding hearts a farmer's wife I is God's ,world. Mont of the time 2
_- imr ACMI: brought In for me. People are so these days, I try'' to forget the !issues

good and sweet. I have lots of I' of the day, as I con at this II .LB.KRAFT
flowers starts. Don just now gave moment d>> nothing about It I just .
live each day as It comes and be I NO. 2 1-2 CANPEAR .
.. _
' '.:': .:,c...... .:::....: .: :..::''-, as happy as I can. I am cheerful .
. I IA I and kind and thankful. I shall not

" ATTENTIONIf attempt to reform the world,' only PIECES 33c
make some one a little happier for PINT

having passed their way. I shall r, ..
LRpNtR You Have try not to be afraid of the future, 303: CAN ARGOPEAS "
jdUMv or anything that may happen I 303 CAN ARGO SLICEDPineapple
ants PINE OR CYPRESS shall take courage !in prayer and
atta hmOm TIMBER TO SELL' keep smiling. When called upon be 2 CANS 27c

$ ready. CAN
Large or Small Tracts God bless you all


Of New River FolksBy 2 LB.JAR 35c 2L1uo.\F1

Jessie Lee Lazenby "r
$ .95 r.T.ae1pM w.s Write.*__r rail LARGE SIZESuper .
Fernie Moody, Troy Dukes, and MV-T-FINE
Mr. Ellis went fishing near Foley,
FCLL upATsa Tool. B.T.THOMASLUMBER I Ga. but no luck. It "must a been" Suds Box 27c DESSERTS
oasnPRICMI the weather! 3 PKGS.fi'Mr .
CO. Bud and Nan Moody spent Sun-
r sots e0uteNOaI day in Jacksonville with her sister,
PHONE 21I-J Mrs. Andrews.

RAiI .u1T1e P. O. Box 733 Mr and Mrs Pete Yarboroughof VKR wire .*. )' I

Orders RaIford were visiting Mrs. Emi- t ,

Filled /" eSend "' STARKE, FLA. ly Moody Saturday.The \mmm 6.
: S
Perce Outeens are enjoying ,_ .: ._
$1 nllll" e..v.. a visit from his son and daughter- I =-

Deposit! I / .,...".yl.10.DAY in-law. Pvt. R. A. and Lorraine GOLDEN RIPE
Osteen of Fort Bliss, Texas. It ha.

TRIAL PLAN been about four years since R. A. 25C FRYERS lb. GRADE ,'
was home and this la Lorraine' BANANAS. .. .
'. vnA'al first visit. They plan to be home
Liberal till R. A. leaves for overseas about iIALF OR WHOLE!
9it pS May 9. Lorraine will extend her NEW RED BLISS

Trade-In visit until R. A returns from CURED HAMS lb.
t overseas duty 5 .
Your They have a 16 POTATOES ""s.29' ,
on months old daughter who, Is with
her maternal aunt in Wisconsin.Mrs. :
!Old : \ v Sts Gerald Crawford (Lola BREAKFAST BACON a. -
CleanerlFree) c OH teen) and daughter Linda, of WINESAP ,
IANta Columbia. S. C. are visiting her CENTER CUT
c parents, the Perce Osteens this APPLES 3 LBS. 25C '

week. She came in response i s Po RK CHOPS lb. .
wire from R. A. and Lorraine and _
& Is now enjoying a visit with her

F r Home Demonstration. 1 t PropertyOwnerNeeds other.brother long time since since it has they'd been seen such,each a* POTATOES(KILN DRIED) SWEET 5 "*. 49C LIVER SAUSAGE, each s O.II-

Jack Whitehead who Is now

-' stationed in Germany was lucky COTTAGE
r-------- I enough to find a boy from home, CHEESE 16. .
Windstorm InsuranceCost who has been
I \V. Fonyth St. there for over a year. FROZEN FOODS LARD
Jacksonville, Florida I The two Long Bridge 3 ft. jar
is low-Insure Now boys got BABY LIMABEANS pure _
together the other ,
I WITHOUT OBLIGATION I would like a FREE Home Demonstration I day over there
and visited Ernest
Southerlanif BROCCOLI
of brantUul. rebuilt Elrvtrolux with S attachment
a complete Charley E. Johns Jr.
another Long
Bridge boy whc FRYER
,I for $12.03. II 1 1I I Agency Is also stationed In Germany but BACKS lb. .

I Name I none IS BTABKB, FLA. They some are distance all former from the Lake other Butler two 2 pkgs. 49c 2 pkgs. 49c ,

... ..
I .. .. High School students PERCH
AddreeeI It must be FILLErS
I II I fine to meet up over there! i
City. State I The Ceo, Werrs went to Demory' r

I If R. F. D. Send Specific Direct loo* ft.pr.Mntlna. THE;;;: ELIR"H.rtfw I Hill over the weekend. Ceo. was I SUPER BRAND ICE
going deep-sea fishing with hi: |( CREAM
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our life -- business,social;church,school -- in sickness and in deathin time of joy and of sorrow? '

Seventy-five years ago a young man worked feverishly in clearly! and the invention! that was to make the United States The Starke Telephone Co., during its 50 years of existence,
a Boston boarding house to perfect a device he felt could transform natIOn of neighbors" was a reality.Today has kept pace with this growth of the industry and now has
the whole pattern of man's living. more than 85 million Bell telephones carry an average a total of COO( phones) serviced by its 3M miles of line. A
Twenty-nine year old Alexander Graham Bell had for of 140 million two-way conversations n day, with calls modern switchboard, Installed/ about a YE'lirlgo, ham speeded! ,
months been on the verge of achieving his goal- the transmission being made not only from homes and offices, but from auto- up service and gives the residents of Stnrke and vicinity nn
of intelligible speech over a wire. On the night of mobiles, railroad cars, locomotives, ships at sea, and air- invaluable connecting link with each other and the outside
1876, Bell was about to test a new transmitter when planes.. world.
March 10 d' of acid on his clothes. Irked at this interruption Telephones operated by independent companies, of which Mont of this/ expansion/ and development of the local com-
he Phe a jar to his assistant,Thomas Watson, "Mr. Wat- the Starke Telephone Co. is an outstanding example, increase pany has taken place since the businessvas purchased 32
,, cried I out, I want the total in America to 43,000,000 and build the calling rate :years ago by H. A. Bishop! and at this Hmo it is a great
son Watson come her, who had been you.waning in the next room for a test to about 170,000,000 conversations a day many of thememergencies pleasure to commend! Mr. Bishop and congratulate him upon
that he had heard Bell's words or business calls the 50th anniversary of his company. ,
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Donkey Bawball. and Mrs. A. Williams. ironi of a IQ, ''I 0"0
I Seiple-Strickland District MeetingOf AirparkVMS The most hilarious event in I Rev. and Mrs. Weld have> left making a n),, -,h,' :-

Episcopal some time was the "Donkey" Base- for Key West, where they will dents up ,", ,| I." ,,'
The WMS met Wednesdaynight I '
their daughter, and West Tbatsort,1, 11
visit '
Melrose' last Satur'
April 18 at 7:30: in the ball game in .1.
Auxiliary Held day night. The Lions ot Melrose Palm Beach, where theywill visit be dealt ,n, i <
Church for their regular meeting. 'Ii 't
played the Rotarians of KeystoneThe :,[IS.: Weld's sister. I I1.frs. not only,., ,
The Spring meeting of the A very interesting program was .'
Thu ,
closed highlight of the game was Bert Christoffer will leave fire ci I', .:
The meeting was '
Episcopal Woman's Auxiliary District given. "'
Huntley Redfearn's home run. He for Far Rockaway, L. I. gainst dlaa ", %
I Two was held all day Thurs with prayer. Tuesday .
I day of last week at St. Mark's The next meeting will be heldin picked up the little white donkey She expects to be back before the sounded \ | '
OtTkeI'houe for home attend the graduation is hoped tin,' '
I Episcopal Church. the Church colt and ran with It a first of June to :
29St The meeting was opened with run. The Lions won 2 to 1. of ho son, Donald M. Chris hoodlums .11', h

flC -. rrtflSflMrs. .. .... I the morning celebration of Holy May Breakfast Social. NoteS toffer He will be graduated June though It i ,"| ,
i Communion. Celebrant was Bishop Last week was a busy one for 2, Emory Medical School. two local bi ., ,
E. C. Sparks Piano Recital Frank A. Juhan, assisted by Rev. The executive board meetingof the bridge players. Tuesday afternoon Sgt. Dick Clap U. S. Marineshas group earll.., '. ''t,,_ ".

Honored On Friday EveningMrs. I Fred G. Yerkcs. The address of,' the Starke Woman's Club will Mrs Albert Nelson entertained left for California where he

welcome was given by Mrs Mat-I be held Thursday afternoon May with a luncheon and bridge will be stationed near Los Angeles. ......
80th AnniversaryMrs. E. M. Davis Is presentingher : tie Gahagan and response was by'I I 3, at 3:30: o'clock at the club hou e. party. Tuesday evening Miss Glad. Billy Demery Is now stationed Used
piano pupils In a recital Friday Mrs. George R. Andrews, of Cedar the annual May Breakfast which ys Tillis entertained four tables of -at the Naval Hospital in Jacksonville -
E. C. Sparks celebrated her evening at 8 o'clock at the Keys. Mrs. Edward Burns, District -'will be held on the regular meet' bridge. Wednesday, Mrs. Watson TELEVISIO! ;

80th birthday anniversary on Sun Woman's Club.Participating. President, presided over the ing 4ay, Wednesday,. May 9. entertained with a dessert bridgefor Residents of Keystone were disturbed Sets

day, April 15: at the home of her on the programwill !; business meeting. Noon prayers' six tables. Thursday the Club Sunday night by the blowIng .

eldest son, A. H. Sparks, near \ be: Elizabeth Allen, Sylvia and Memorial Service were held had a bridge and canasta party at of the fire siren. It was not
Louise. Alvarez, Florence Brown. Jimmy by Mrs. George U. Meserve of St. Keystone Heights the Airpark.Mr. the signal of a fire, as most peo. $59.95

I' Cole, Kathleen Conway, Darrell Augustine.During1/ and Mrs. C. L. Sipe have pie of course believed it to be, but
Five of her children were pres- Edwards, VIda Jean Gentry Archie the business meeting, liv. Mr.. Sara D. :McDonald gone to Pennsylvania for a brief the work of hoodlums. They Jammed Up
ent for the happy occasion, and, Green, Charlene Hardy,'I I Mrs. Walter Matherly of Gainesville Chas.
that the siren
Miss Jacquelyn the button so c.
showered with Strickland, of the diocese, visit.Capt. Shep| .
Mrs. Sparks was Robert Kelly, Bar I president gave
Kelly. Cathryn
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay I I Church Note and Mrs Timmlns have blew continually until released by
gifts and good wishes by more bara Jean Norman, Henry' Rich ton Strickland of KIngsley Lake,I a talk on the functioning; of theWoman's | On Sunday, May 5, the Community returned to Shreveport- with their one of the fire department. The Radio T.V
and Mrs. Her-
than :50 relatives and friends. arde, Jane Richards, Joan Smith and James Sol pie, son of Mr. and bert Thomas, District Chairmanof Church will present a concert '- two children. They have been visiting same group had earlier dumped 8 307 W. Call r

Dinner was served at noon on and The Flora public Slade.Is 'Cordially Invited to Mrs. C. A. Seiple of Sharon Pa., I, Promotion, discussed the valueof of sacred music by the Choir Mrs. Timmins' parents, Mr load of tin cans and old tires in I

the lawn. attend. were married on Friday April 6, publicizing the work of the''of the First Methodist Church of .. sne---
Amonz those present/ were: Mrs. In the Riverside Baptist Church, Woman's Auxiliary. Gainesville. Featured on the pro -

Anna Maines, Arvll Malnes and Jacksonville.Mr. The noon luncheon was servedIn I'gram will be a cello solo by Proto A Wise Way to Economize Today!
MYF EntertainsAt and Mrs. Seiple are at hometo Russell Danburg. Mrs. Danburg
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Crouch and the Parish House by the womenof I
lion I
friends Serve Plenty of A & P's
Weiner RoastLast at 1831 Mallory St., St. Mark's, Starke. Serving will sing with the choir. There ii I
family, Mrs. Mary Ethel Mann and Jacksonville.
on this committee were: Mrs. O. no admission, but an offering will
children, all of Jacksonville, Saturday night the MYF L. Beanley, Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, j I be taken for the organ fund. '

and :Mrs. Osborn Mr. and 'of the Methodist Church entertained Shower Honoring Mrs Herbert Thomas Mrs. R. J. On Tuesday, May 1, the Community FRESH FRUIT

H. A. Maines and family of Mr'l the Youth Choir from the Child- Miss Davis Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle, Mrs. ./ Church Women :will 'hold i

fl berry, Mrs. G. Gordon and ren's Home at Enterprise with a Carpenter Ben Rowland Mrs. J. W. Kinraid. their regular meeting. Mrs. McKay
weiner roast in the backyard of Mrs. Louis is In charge of the devotional and
Mrs. J. El. Wilson
. dren of Flngler Beach, Mrs. Wll- Miss Joan Carpenter, popular
the parsonage. Hiatt, Mrs. George Miller, Mrs. Mrs. Detweiler In in charge of the
mer Malnea and son of Bushnell. bride-elect, whose marriage to
Games were played ana group George Kopelousos, Mrs. Lemuel program. and'w.
Charles _.
. Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Rogers of singing enjoyed by the 50 young May 5 Myers in St.will Mark's be an event of! Colsou, Mrs. Edward Wilt, Mrs. Do not forget the May Festival, 7 7Vi.

Waldo, Rev. and Mrs S. E. people who enjoyed this affair. Church, was the inspiration Episcopal for Stanley Noegel and Mrs. James Saturday, May 5, in the park. All
Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Rob- The out of town visitors were lovely miscellaneous shower a Dlackahear. children in the town are invited to _
$rts Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas entertainew over the weekend in Saturday afternoon at St. Mark's given In the afternoon session Miss participate. Admission is SOc and _

and family, all of Starke, Mrs. J. A.I homes of members of the church. Parish House. Hostesses for the Katherine Barnaby. who has Just 35c. Supper will be served. VALUES Tender Flavorl"ft

Roberts, and Mrs. E. C. Sparks of party were Mrs. H. M. Richards, returned from China where she Club NotesThursday !-
MIcanopy, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Card Party PlannedBy Mrs. O. L Fatten Mrs. H. C served 25: years as a missionary, April 19, Mrs. 'Gene. '
Mamas W. Condtlons In 'vieve Brown and Mrs. Roy Brown ? *' SWEET
O. Sparks and .cor, Brown and Mrs. E. L. Matthews was guest speaker.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sparks Mr. Lioness ClubA The reception room and lounge the Far East and the effect of I entertained at the Air Park for the ? Customers
and Mrs. R. W. Sparks and children were enhanced with artistic the missionary work by the Episcopal benefit of the Woman's Club. Des- Corner WELL CORN2J
arrangements %
and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. card party, to which the public of seasonal flowers In Church in China was the I sert of pie and coffee was servedin 4 FRESH &

t Crouch and- family, all of Gaines- ; Is invited, will\ be given Tues- pastel tones. The fireplace, in subject of Miss Barnaby's speech, the Cafeteria and then the \ Courtesy doesn't adQ;,-i (

yule. day evening, May 8, at 8 o'clock front of which the receiving line given before 83: delegates. Miss party adjourned to the hotel loungefor anything to the high qual I

at the Lion's Den, by members of stood, waa banked with magnolia Barnaby will leave May 18 for bridge and canasta. There were ity or superior value of the f5' LARGE FANCY FRUITBANANAS

the Lioness Club. boughs and native greenery and Liberia where she will serve two about 35 present. food you buy at A&P.
the I years as a missionary. 1>. T. A. MeetingThe 2 Ibs.
Tickets may be procured from an-shaped mantel arrangement was centered! of with spring a regular meeting of the PTA j t f But it is the ingredient ) -1 t
the committee in charge: Mrs. flowers with gladioli prcdomlnat- Miss Joye Davis was held at the school, Tuesday t that makes your shopping -
Gladys Hobbs, Mrs. Katie Wainwright ,April 17, with Mrs. P. H. Haskins trip a pleasant experience I FRESH STRINGLESSBEANS

Mrs. Lillian Bishop and Ing.A lovely Italian linen cutwork Weds Mr. LyonsMr. president, presiding. Hostesses for rather than a tiresome

Mrs. Elizabeth Noegel. cloth overlaid the tea table which and Mrs. A. C. Davis of the the evening were Mrs. Arthur task.i Ib. 1SUNKIST I
Refreshments will be served dur- was centered with a crystal bowl : State Farm announce the marriage Reaves, Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, and I.i That is why the men and ,
of delicate pink roses and fern. Mrs. Fred Dodd.Members women who operate
to your ,
of their daughter Joyce
the evening. I ,t
ing Pink tule entwined with fern Junior Lyons, son of Mr. and Mrs. were asked to publicize A&P work hard not only LARGE
.- surrounded the the variety shows, planned for :
centerpiece J. W. Lyons of Macclenny. The to f/ive you prompt and
-I--- '
The People of America Flanking the centerpiece were 'impressive wedding ceremony was'April 26 and 27. Interesting and entertaining : ficient service, but to efLEMONS doz. I INKV q
crystal candle holders containing programs are preparedfor I ,
performed on April 14 in Kolkston, courteous and friendly, as
L-O-V-E burning pink tapers. Tho punchbowl 3a. by Farley Burnsed. Mr. and' these shows.Dr. well.*
DJ.IEIL on an individual linen covered Urs. L. C. Chesmond of Baldwin J. Ralph Neale and Mrs. Au- : RKI: BLISS
know that the
table, was surrounded with trey Vance were judges for the They even
The HOT DOGWe sweet peas, fern and') rosebuds. were attired attendants.in navy blue The with bride white was', Hobby Shows. In which a large pressures of rush-hour POTATOES,5.1bs.

The many lovely gifts :were on accessories. number of students participated. shopping are no excuse for ;

Fri., Sat. Apr. 27, 28 display in the lounge on tables I, Officers elected for the coming rudeness _ _ _ _ _
cater to Americans by DOUIJLE FEATURE which held artistic colorful arrangements Mrs. Lyons School is a student and Mr.at Lyons Bradford i year are: Pres., Mrs. W. J. Sip- If they ever fail to make CALIFORNIA

serving the famous HOTDOG of spring flower High prelle, Vice President, Mrs. Elizabeth trip to A&P pleasant
The FLAME ,.. __ ...__ Is associated with his fatherIn your a
Oreetlncr I _
niaatu o i i CTamnhpll_! _. S..t.: rv, Mra.. CARROTS
with all the trim- Mrs. ---- o---vw wn 1..13" Mwr WH9 the cabinet making Business. For a mrn --------J one, they want' to knows 2 I Ige.bnch.l h .1.1
t J11ln s. I I and the ARROW bride-to-be J. E. Wilson, aunt of the tho remainder of the school term Iit. Mann; Treasurer, Mrs. Fred about it. Please write; : ',
and her Dodd.Children's.
mother(' Mrs.
Hurt Lancaster, Virginia Mayo II Junlus they will reside with their parentsat
Smith. Inviting the guests I Program CUSTOMER RELATIONS: FRESH: GREENCABBAGE
the Farm and in Macclenny.
T-R-l" to the tea table was Mrs. Edward A large crowd enjoyed the chil I ,_. DEPT.
:Burn r, and Mrs. J. O. Godwin, I I dren's program at the club house *" N A&P Food Stores Ib.
CodeWith directed guests to the lounge for Miss Mann Elected on Friday night. This was the first '<%!> ''4420 LexIngton Ave., v .

the gift display Maid lOf the two-pal Community Revue "";> New York 17, N. y. _ _ _ _ _
'The Angel'with Jimmy Wakrly Mrs. J. R Chaateen. Jr. and May Queen I sponsored by the P. T. A. High-

Alxo Cartoon & Serial Miss Doris Moncrief presided at Miss Polly Mann, sister of E., lights of the evening was the Jack ANN PAGESALAD '

the punch bowl. and parsing sand- C. Mann, Jr. of Brunswick, Ga.,- and Jill wedding. The girls were 'Super-Right'
CHILI Sun., Mon., Tues. wiches were Mrs. Bobby Turner formerly of Starke, will be Maid| charming In their long gowns and DRESSING 31c

and Toasted Cheese Apr, 30, :n May 1 Miss June Caldwell, Mrs. Bar- of Honor to the May Queen at the the boys were handsome in tux- pts.-

't I bara Casey and Miss. Melba traditional May Festival, Valdosta -;| edos. Miss Bessie RIdenour, the
LOUISARonald Strlngfellow. Also assisting in State College, on Tuesday, May' bride, was beautiful In' traditional SI'LTANA MEATS
,' serving were Mrs. W. Q. String- white gown and veil.

25c ., Reagan Ruth Hiiwto R.fellow P., McLendon Mrs. Ewell, Lawson Mrs. Mrs. 1.Miss Mann was elected- Maid of I I I An even larger crowd Is expectedon TUNA FLAKES flats 28c

Also Latest News and Two Houston Mrs G. B. Flynn Harry Mrs. Honor by popular vote of the stu- April 27, when the adults present Fml JI.nnan1I'u MijwrG-
Cartoon VSC, where she Is their program. There will be
: dent body at Baby Links
Plain 15c George Kopelousos and Mrs.
T. a senior. I a fashion show and a group representing ANN PAGE SPARKLE ORANGE & COCONUTTapioca .
F. Landrum.
Wed., Thur. !May 2, 3 Providing salon music during She will be further recognized) the P. T. A. will do a burlesque Pork Sausage 1 Yz Ib.

DOUIJLE FEATURE the appointed hours, four to six on May 1 at the annual Honors, pantomime. Other groups Pudding 3 f for 1 17c
given In official taking part are the Woman's Club ,
BORN and o'clock Mrs.were J. W Mrs.Kincaid.E. M Davis Day recognition program of those students who I The Rotary, and the REA _ _ _ _ _ Allgoodl

CENTRALDRIVE TO BE BADJoan The bride-elect was presentedwith have excelled in academic work.,'; Don't forget the date, April 27. OCR OWN BACON, lb. 4:

Fontaine, Itobt Ryan from a her piece hostesses of her as chosen a -remem-silver Miss Senior Mann Honor is a Society member and of has the- TEA 1-4 lb. 23c 1-2 lb. 45c

IN And brance of tho o' caalon. I served as its president during the I < .h-k Froz. Boneless FMi P'i'

MAN on her MINDMary Invited to be present were 150: past year.Luncheon. half price sale! GKRBEKS: STRAINED FILLETS lb. Z
'friends of the guest of honor.
Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Beth Hughes, Edward [
; Out-of-town guests were Mrs. S. Given BABY FOODS lOc
Norris T. Dell Sr. 'I -
of Gainesville,
Starke, Fla. great 'For Church FundMrs. Ready To EatPICNIC
Also Latent News aunt of the bride-to-be. Mrs. R.
A Weeks of Keystone Heights and ANN PAGE CANE anelI.U'U: : lb. 4 4'
I 111I j-- E. K. Perryman entertained ,
Mrs. Nat Strrnberg of Daytona
at a "Vanishing Luncheon")
Beach. SYRUP
Wednesday for the benefit of the i oz. 26c Flo. Grade AChicken
WSCS Methodist Building Fund. ,
Mrs. Havana JohnsIs She had as her guests: Mrs. \V.I IEl. | S UN N1FI ELD -- Wings, Ib,4:

Middleton, Mrs. W. O Halle,
COLONIALFLORIST Party Honoree Mr.. J. H. Rltch Mrs. E. L. Mat I PAN CAKE MIX, 20 oz. I3c .
: ir,_: : ; ;'f'
Richards and
Mrs. Havana Johns was delight thews. Mrs. H. I ANN PAGE
Miss Lucille Mitchell.Friendship j
fully surprised at a buffet
given in her honor last Friday supper GRAPE JELLY, 12 oz. 22c FAB, Igs. pkg. 3
evening In celebration of her Class

birthday anniversary. Mrs. John's IONA 1>L.\Ir"1 or !ilJoL: (<"-IUSIXG
daughter, Miss Dorothy Johns, The Friendship Bible Clans; ot AJAX Cleanser 1 r
"Flowers Wired Anywhere" and Mrs. Homer SwIndall were the First Presbyterian Church will FLOUR, 5 Ibs. 37c

hostesses hold Its monthly meeting and _ _
The buffet table was overlaid supper tonight (Friday) at, the[ dexo SHORTENING
3 Ibs. bar
with a white linen cloth and home of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. 1.07 Lux Soap, reg.

? centered with an arrangementof Stump on N. Walnut Street at 1 ,
J" ib white gladioli and day 111 lies. 7:30.: i Lux SOAP
.: ...... I The evening was enjoyed by the Mrs. Billy Bowling is in charges) Ige. pkg. 31c Swan, Ige. bar r

An !t.. -) For 18 guest who sang group songs of the program. All members are
.. accompanied by Mrs. Swindall at urged to be present. Lifebuoy SOAP, reg. bar 9C
4S. the piano. JOY size bot. 3)
Ideal Mothers Woman's CouncilThe WCTU NoticeThe Octagon LAUNDRY SOAP 8c

f Woman's Christian Temperance TUSSYCREAM

Woman's Council and So- Union will meet at the home Cashmere BOUQUET, bath bar 15c

\ l cial meeting will be held at the of Mrs. Jennie Thornquest on I DEODORANT
Gift ;{ Day Thompson St. today, AprlJ 27, at A
home of Mrs. Leona English; Tues Palmolive SOAP bath bar 13c : "
\ /1 day evening at 8 p.m. Every lady 3 o'clock. Mrs. Gertrude Garland big $1 jar 'arks a .
) ;. _,.(/--:'"I Save on thig de- 50 Swifts PREM SIc C)'1J All
p lightfulso.uedeodorasti
UDC To MeetThe
ALL KINDS OF !It banpjllt /
i'bee prnpirMion gas Swifts JEWEL OIL, qt. 80c ::: ..p ,
I ..
We have a complete assortment of W. T. Week's Chapter. odor.checks perspiration moi .......S 'La.. ...01 .., .." ,
UDC will the home of .ltlot. ,
meet at ,
glooming Potted Plants, Corsages, lure,gives longer listing protection. Swifts BABY MEATS
Mrs. Luther Powell 21c : : >
Wednesday J-: rr"I,4:7.;;
Fragrant! T....,Deodorant :.:
Dish Gardens and the Finestin I
always afternoon May 2, at 3:30: o'clock. ts ganll to ikm and clothing. '0'.
Cut Flowers. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Mattie Stays creamy smooth till the '"' ,,,., ;1

-Best Expert Materials Craftsmen Used- Gahagan. last bit U goad! A & P Food Store t

Chas. C. wish to express. our thanks TheGreatthnflcandpadfieTeaCstIre
Shepherd and appreciation for all the kind c...*... C*.7rlskt4. IBM O* AU prkvs shown here (InrludlnK '*''"

NONA STREET CYNTHIA SCHMITT: Radio T.V. Seat Covers ness and expression of sympathy,J I 300 East Call St Item not Mbjert to price relliflW'1'...(.
extended to
as during: the IllnessAnd Waljfreen Agency 2* **
307 W. Call K"fltedThursiiay, April
Starke death of our husband and STARKE, FLA.

ather.. .... -.rsflssn __ _..__ _\Vednesday May *.
.j I' _._ __ j
-Henry :Martin Family. 5.

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Mrs. S. T. I Dell, Sr. of Gainesville 'I Mrs .Tewell] Thomas and daughter -. Miss Joyce Underwood of Palutka. I r. i ,th. i").|I'I--i pi, 1"1"1 1 ,, of in.,'n. N .i mltht \ I.., I. M. ..11 Hi,,. .' tiii> ...r MR)'. .
.1 ,
Hi. ful- -I.-I.l i : iiui, I inI ,
; was the i -I "IMK' .f l iivi-niii' fin Ih. "nMl I" I HitMt'"l > of intiril. hmlltl*
wiekLiid guest of Mrs J Judy of Macon Ga. wore a allege mote of Miss Edna ,.". I H'll ..t I. ""IIUlMlt loll I M 111"1""|.| 5alI .. .. ,",. ..' r. i ..ml IJHM' if u.i\. 2110 !"lini1f..iil. ,IiI',,' i--.i' I I.I will, I 1,1-
1- E. Wilson I weekend gueats of Mrs. Thomas'biothcrlnlavv Noffel pent Wednesday with hci 'n"IH I lit' i 'nan. i' olICliullo| ,,, ..1 l lI MIII hiKHpital r. t .uI., \\ ,II l In. ,i. m'n ill from liffil. 'I! I t'.r -.I. r II ,I'M.!, I h.. ..III.I ,lIII. l\'
for. t Ii. t hlKhiI. I ..ol.. I-- .,"h I I"..l.
Mrs. D I t Is I thi< ullntulli.n' T'' -1I.h l "" \\,1" I tlni.iiirh whlih thi.i IHMat .
A Jones and children i.f and hero Miss I'ndorwood also attended t II. I'h., h' ,,. .
and slater Mr. ,, .. .,. 'iiij'I I I I iulof ( 'I I I llvl t *
.f nf 'tli 1 '
li **pltlil' )"inltli.no> in. ina .1l" "- \-""" "" ail I" nil ,
Orange Park| \.rt. guests of Mi Mrs Ray Mnprl. The family group] tho mi'. lIng i>t the Children K k r",,"1. \vhlih. may )h<' I.IIIMI.1! I."h ''h' l ic,, on.. "half <>.f all pi'trull I ri.jf-i ho I Inl"III1,1' I, (11lo .1,,,,PI all.V.,lilil,II,,,,,..,Ill,, ,I FI101,1,
an') i MI nl i II hiol
and Mm Ralph BuRUe from Siit- Bible Hour conducted each Wednesday lituilf..iil I County' I 110111'u tini.ifourths i>.t .h..r '.. .. ..,
celebrated Mrs Mapel's birthday 42111 r.l 13NO In",,". ,"Ill, \\ Ill llO tllflt-rxlMl. AU flNmalarial ( urt him ''itg I I II'iv II '
:: THE NEWS urday to Tuesda.\ The BPKIH'S alec anniversary Friday with a dinner. afternoon by Miss NOl'g.'I.and I ..I".hh. lit ri Hnrv if
r:7IN 'I II M 11Ir,1.I OutBldi* loiintrlKtit 'I. "
had their Hul.'I.II.| M-.C.: 1'I' itlutIs')
as KvaSunday\ Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin: sang several musical numbers Will I I t h.' rat r. who 'In O<-tohvr... St4 ur s1ui'. .ant-men t for road ..r way I"I

--- ---- and Mrs. Bobby Begue and son, Mrs. W. F. Godwin and Mrs. W. J. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Edwards of I 11(45 plHccd a blanket over I th,* r s'' & teat wide will lie rcHi-i, v.1 l rii.ii, ',t. any, .
Bill of Lake il.'mt. man on hlchwuy.. Klorltla 2110 9i '-i ,::* 1 par'el! through whlt'h th''.rluting I I. n.it 'x
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Calnes Jr City Chandler left Thursday for Atlanta : Homestead were recent guests of at \VHt.Tonk Carve between Hinrk* "'I':' :93 78 23W22K no Htattt. ro,,i1. Aw I.. nil iimlNtllb

ludson of> Jackson-! Clnude Johns Jr of F. s. and Griffin Ga. for a visit I :Mrs Mae Edwards and Miss. Elaine call. I..."'h'Y. please oiium, tu my uff s\\.i", of I ti> ,oni'-hnlf of nil J pi'lri.l.;inn,
and daughter. Candy. are moving U'I nmi three-fourth of othi-r inlnniniH
her ,
Friday with spent the weekend, with his U e or ifiil In touch with ate ty "s\ V, :14 7HKSi 40 .
with friends and relatives over Edwards. will be reserved.l All flKnloniililaIs '
I Saturday from one of the Fernan.dez' mull or tplephoni. Thin was Hfenoif NWV. of N5t4.!
.I.: Carter ents. < nutomnbll I l nntl trnc'k wr'ekI' & 41ci, .if ,natorlaii. r..rv..1
the4 weekend.Mis. !. *
cottages on Water street Mrs Lewis Hleatt and daugh. 1'1'1..11.I.NW(4 "IC'. '1'\\ I'. HfiH.f..
and J. For I'. lU.UIlHh. !HluTlff' "'I ". 17 Sg 29 M23K: DO
prints will I.n
I U U Morgan joti proud to I W. E. Middleton spent the ( ofSvJ
JJ IfN5f'1.
innm the Thomas house on Walnut tt'rs.tary\ Sue and Paula, will 111 4127NOIKIl .,
" (how jour frli'iiils.. IlrlitK UH. jourriliiiH latter of last week In Jack :>/ 11 All 89 ", l 4' All 22E: 40
UrHallofCitra- street formerly .occupied by thr fur developing and part leave Sat. for Guam where they 'I'U ( KltllTOH: of "i4Ve ..r )1\\; "'.,

Herbert Deala. Mr. and Mrs print. sonville visiting relatives.Mr. will $Join Capt Hleatt who Is sta. 11.. of Cre in.. t. lieu."...iu.. of NW', *': 110 XB14. atNV
of Ocala ing. Holl.vHoc.il Photo and Jewelry. A II ,' "'I': ofSKI ((4 II HK 22 R 120s5.t4
Mathews and Mrs. R. T. Fowler and! rr < tore or the settle of lrI : '
n* and son, Jevlo Parnell of Brunswick, Ga Mrs. W. F.1.: Thornton spent the tioned there Mrs. Hleatt and 'I lie A. HeniKiliN' iUpeum><.. lire ""1'1'i i I 17I 1h4' 2H: AO \. iftv'
iy force Mrs. Ruby Collins. were visiting: In l.v nntlflncl I I of thr lntlllllll. Illliroviniiint ) 18 8* HE 40 "
children anil I -
V will occupy the house vacated fc> :will drive to San Fran. r'* onville.V early part of last week with her Marlneland and St. Augustine Sun or drmanilt which they may | Vunil, of tin* glut: All bit Wa
the Caines. slater Mrs. S. B. Denison In Plant clsvo and will be accompanied that have avalniit still metals In 111" orfl of .'''"'hl.. lOr M\V% .
O. Godwin of .'. of I A. .1. ThonuiM, A.... Itt, 111.'v14'j
\ far by her mother, Mrs. PaulineTorodl' > th Ci.nntv Juilic* of llrnil-! Hy
lt weekend with Mrs. J. H. Dupre and daughter City. The latter part of the week day.Mr. fonl County, Klorkln. in Ihe court. TruntiM's I I. I t. I.tu n.1Ih..It..r. of N\V;:, 'IfA
the) and Mrs. Nat Sternberg of who will return to Starke \ '
[ .. C' -x NW',
p' Nancy. were business visitors in the Thorntons had as their guest hon Bt lOt' s,Ike, Florlilii, within ''Ul1I;
fIr. H\\' ill( US 'JB 440 ,
urce.al Daytona Beach were Saturday by plane. eight "slender' months fioni 11 I I11t.1 :
'tla Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. J. A. McIntyre of Auburndnle rtmo of .. 'th TIII-I--, I' .f-I' 'tli In'-t t TIll tinnt -
11 h
Congolc-um and visitors of the Junlua Smiths. Ir.[ Edwards tint imbllontlon of thin .. ,,, '
.. and Mrs. Elbert Ml I'" Ftui'I th- !Slut 1
041M* Mrs. S. R. Johns Sr. Is visiting and Mrs. Selma Bronson. and notlciKiuh: claim' ur iU. <"...".1 Itlet t ..
kl'r Linoleum at i and sons of Daytona Beach are I I", In wntlnir ami Ih..Jr"tll. < '. in,uf,it A|I''t' ". I I11'1'1"1 "I i I-! I lliiII'
Mrs. b. left miiKt stat .
J. Drennan Wednesday t theilni'
relatives at Swan Lake near Palntka daughter Jane, of I r Ti-tt-, Aa-"nl.
at Orangeburg SIC | i.f renlilein <. nn.t ,. :'; r lirUKHV I, : : llI N III il' A i i
( 0. this week. for her home In Columbia S. visiting Mrs. Mae: Edwards and .tldue of tho i-tnlinunt poet and l-fn niii.ie pill."\lnnl* I.. ii., (1.'II .r '"hp'| i iI'l" i. i ,. I.. I I.. !Ii' .mil, ,.
of Providencef Miss. )Elaine Edwards. : ; 'al -I' I ?? ? 0 I
iter George Flynn Jr., a druggist Mr. and Mrs. Edwin St. John and C. after visiting her son-in-law and worn ti. bv the 'Inlmnnt. hKBircnf lni"i"n th' Ml'-UI'MT ((1 41TDedicated ,
1 AIT\
sister Mr* I or bin. IIft", ,,,t.-. It ; i
or will
her Mrs. Edward Wilt l left for her r5
) to from Leesburg spent Sunday night I children Susan and Edwin were daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Claude lieoomivoid. ll.'i-onll nw I III In iv. __ : ?;
from Saturday Crowson fur three weeks. home In11114, suburb of Detroit, April 1 1 27. DM.!
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mrs. St. John's parentsMr. I ono: i r'1'1'l'vA'luilnletraior
Mich of last week after <
George Flynn Sr. and Mrs. H. A. Pauling in :Maiden I'orni Drassieres at' Thursday f.f Ih,. KMtal: '..
c, Stith and daugh- I Hawthorne I' spending almost a month .with her rf Krvlna, A. Ui-nnolilK, rticnaauil
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr. I over the weekend. Stump's.Mrs. .

; I Washington D-"C'I visited Mr. and Mrs. J. O. McGriff j I Mrs. J. E. Hlldt-bran Mrs. F. F E H Register of Miami. parents Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Col- ._ 4iJ7!: 41 r.HH' II
y to spend in High Springs Sunday. Stump. Mrs. Ewell Lawson and the former Margaret Godwin of II son.Mr. '
and Xtlll IIPrmlforil
Mr. and ?!rs.V.. II. Nollman
i, ? parents Stith Gotham Gold; Stripe Nylon Mrs. T. F. Landrum were Invitedto Starke, spent the early part of the founty. Fl.irl.lii. ', AlilllS3 J J10
hwnlee. Dr. were business visitors in Jackson. I 1HIMiTirw J. To Community Service
be judges at a hat show at the
Hose at Stump's.Mrs. week with Mrs. W. F. Godwin and with IH 1 nicmcnv I otvnv: t that Ever"
in the dedication State ville Saturday' and had dinner ":\ \le" Arc Better Than
tt f I Farm Woman's Club Tues. Mrs. W. J. Chandler.Mrs. (.iirHiiant I to Wei'tlon A of t'hnptiti.
Effle Johns had her
Church as
Mrs. and
Miriam Klrkltter daughter.
ai p.c Baptist day. IH2HII" l.awn .of Klomhl. A. t IK ofI"
supper guests Sunday night her Eugene Matthews had asher Miss Dorothy Claire Klcklller >a7. known a" ill,. MI'IlI'IIAI'T.. Sun.. Mon. Apr. 29, 30
the niece and husband Mr. and Mrs. Miss Nina Bishop spent the luncheon guests at KeystoneInn In Green Cove Springs. The Kick the folli.\vlnir d..I.II..d| lunil, In 'iaturtlayApr. 2$ -
[ Brown weekend In Tampa visiting Miss untO ftrl C. "u lit 7. Kloil.ln." will I I hn offered FHED.i\S12\IHE 1
iik In Jacksonville J. J. Gross of Jacksonville. Tuesday of last week: Mrs liters were dinner guests of theNolnuns for ,ale at imhlti, otitrry forth I
After a pleasant three week visit Shirley Scott. Claude Crownon Mrs. W. E Sunday.Mr. > hIghest. and, I ln'j-t' ash hl daughter, on J\NE
.Iaw and Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Hayes had as Jert t" the rIght. nf the Trimtpm of ';,
Bitch and babys. here with friends :Airs. R. T. Bell Middleton, and Mrs. E. S. Mat. and \Mra T. F. Hutto and the I Internal Iml'r..v"nt Knnd l to

I also visit of Skokle; HI. and Mrs. C. S. McCormack their overnight guests Monday Mr. thews of Starke and Mrs. Crowson's family of Jacksonville were week. reject any and all blil 1.. at tin.. IRI rRd9I d ;l/Z r
Brown .
; and Mrs. Robert Olson of Union. Court hoiiHi beKliinlnH: at 10:IMMiislo =;=
n.law Mrs. G. W. of St. Charles HI. left mother. Mrs. J. n. Drennan end guests of the L. S. lIuttos.Mr. I \\ II' COLOR ". iF t tit
town Pa. who
were on a wedding
IVincent'S' Hospital. last Tuesday for their respective of Columbia, S. C. and Mrs. Johnnie Reogravc ljpII >I, .. TECHNICOLOR.. .. ,." ,.. 5jcwMeApcIust
trip to Miami. . a .
&-5.v, H. Graham homes. Mrs. Wilma Dookstader had asher Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Zeigler and spent the weekend In Petersburg 'bi(1i1 N"i$ AUo 1'iipH IH I'liim short Feature,

jjArch Thomas Jr., Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn and weekend guests Mrs. Frances sons, Joe and Dick of Jacksonvilleand Va. C(HE 5 "I'op ('iirn i'ilI'r'arttton an.1Nt"

|s attended the LeII sons Terry and Jimmy of.the, Wills and daughter Aloha. and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier Miss Sharon Hall wa In Jacksonville \".

In Tampa from State Farm moved Wednesday Into I nieces Selma and Mildred Prather and Don, Billy, of Starke were supper shopping Saturday.Mrs. AUTRY' --

ay. The Graham's the Kitty Andrew's house on Water of Plant City.Lawrence guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. DGi'lffis Charley Johns i Is spending 'L'uT wt CO'"U.s; CoRa Weil. :May' 1. 2

with their occupied by thp ami family of Theresa from Tuesday te Friday of this ..dCHAMPIOH
ii stayed street formerly Woods of Rldgeland ?. : ic
I week with Senator. Johns in Talla.
.$. Randall In Tampa. Harley Strongs. C. Is visiting his brother PearsonWoods Monday.Mrs. Ttsle4"
M. V. Johns and children hassee. '
at the home of Mr. and '
I Mrs. Enroll Lawson. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell spent the Mrs. L. S. Hutto MIsa Garnlta : J WOIl : <

i weekend with Mrs. Johns' motherat Hutto and Charley Parker were _I":: =:= 0 .
Miss Hazel Phillips spent Sunday tJI _.. PAt .41155 Of 5ic
Jacksonville Beach. recent visitor at the Stephen1 Foster ti I.D Als stilt_it Nd d.p
AS VITAL as any I and Monday visiting Mr. and I Ii .A0as4 'q'I
Sen. and Mrs. of Memorial at White Springs. :;- -- 4t
George Dayton
ingredient written down by ( Mrs. Earl In Mrs : ,till .11.I, po.H by MIIARO 1044111* In '.
Youngar Sanford. Sf-Itl by On: '"
( ,uh'r' KiiUtxT ('rnient For ,._, 11"
i Dade City were weekend guests of I .eeed by ice usiuse, A 5. e'", -
doctor is the skill with I I' Youngar and Miss Phillips also ,
your Sen. and Mrs. Charley !1':. Johns. III'p'r| | NtU'klnir. N. urlnkllngi -' I

which a prescription is filled. I visited In Orlando. I Mrs. Mural Gardner and Mrs \\utcrpr.i..f.. Tint title; 4 fl. ..:/. P

You can bring your prescription ''I i Jantzen Swim Suits, Shorts; Jacqueline Moorer were fishing on 3.V. llrmlfnrd OHiiity' Tele'griiplt.urIt | ..q.tJJl.Up.: .. '?.... _, '.

to us and be assured that and Tee Shirts for Ladies atStump's. : Oklawaha River Saturday evening J I I1.
I "( hi Torri, : tilIn : .\Id n "lli>Kl 0 uit'r's l.ni k" Shortl'Yitturi i
it is compounded accuratelyby I aid) Sunday. tI IrvnU < oiirt, 11r..1 f nuntr. ; .' .
,.. 'M. CoiiHln" C'urtiion
a qualified registered Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Haen were'In Mrs. Charley Johns and daughter F5rl,5rs. i lit 4 hniirvry.lurdiin . % rr)
( r. H,Imc'f.-r, Plnlntlrr "n.
anil Nt'\\".
4 pharmacist, who uses only I Ocala Wednesday visiting Mr Markleyann attended the FSU IWI1)' u II i Hthiit-rrr, liircmliint1'iine, ; / !

H the highest quality drugs. and Mrs. J. P. Hazen Circus "Flying) High". In Tallahassee )\.,t.I..<* 'u'., .\su.r.ur.| N... 8407 C ......... ,............... I-. ( i iI

III You get exactly what the I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns and last Thursday and Friday.Sen. 'j'", ",.fl%' II St I".rpr. hoMo, rexl lii thi .run "Of roiirm. ., I
Mrs. E. B. Andrews of Lake Butler Johns returned home with his el,.'at's nnil "..'Io..M u ,IH i I2H3I Klllmlirn I I 9 rrc.4
doctor orders. I Kt" ',,'Ir't' !ro. Mli hlKan. your. pollry ...."..r.. tlial'. IA'I \
were Sunday guests of Mr. and family Friday evening.Mr. vats urn hfrct.y m>tlflfi1 hut n
I Mrs. N. B. Rosier. i and Mrs. M. C. Ford Sr. of piulf fur nivori'o him .tit*..n rili'il.. u* lu-lp Jon |>liin a c'n"'I.I..1t| : ,
nKtilnHt. M'ti In I th. nhnvtt n'",,"'<1 EnHiirain. proKriun, hat ulll na
Mrs. A. M. Moore Jr. of Black- Jacksonville were Sunday guests I'oiirt, Anil en. use nml, you. urn" rnilitlittil -4 ;a
iCH DRUG STOREStarke shear Ga. joined her uncle and Mrs. M. C. Ford Jr. .. In serve .a ropv. of ymir. Hn.tiwur unit. that iiiiMut H. |. im this.
Mrs. Marshall and "r iili'iullnir I to th* complaint I ....c.k.
aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davit, Dwight on. thr I'lalnlirrs' Attniiii.y." A. .1
I and slater Mrs. Del Colley In 'daughters, Sandra Kay and Mary Thulium' .5''r.. Hlnrkp, Klnrliln, and\ fill
Fla.CK'S the firlKliml, In the offlrn of the
Jacksonville Saturday. Helen are spending this week with t'lurk ..f th. I'Iri'iilt t'cmrt on nrlicfum

I Mr. and Mrs. Nate .Dynl and 'Mrs. Marshall's 'parents" Mr. and thn '2ttth lay nf .MHV 1 M.otherwiMn .
I I i I the flllvwHtlnni. of *.hi| |
eons and Miss Judy Casey spent I Mrs. Ben Rowland. (CrmliLtnt|) will Ittt tiiUfn lift iiitif**'"'
I the weekend with Mrs. E. T. Vestal -II I Mrs. W H. Nollman was hostessto vd liv, ynti.. :
ThlH imll i'e limit h* puhllHh, : GENERflt tmURONCE A Kiydor PloduetlM,
In Jacksonville and also visited I the Canasta Club Tuesday eve oncn enrli we.*k fiir four. oonnBi-utlv Alm> ('hl'l.t'ra, : .unit.q', (it*ft rv. RllliiMl bi ZOIh Ctnlunf Fol

[ AUTO CAFE the zoo on Sunday.Mr. { nlng. She entertained two tables wepkm In th. ruilfonl County Tel- : .,.". "S""r ** **" ('ltrl"11 "...1
,, ..
I of Canasta era pit. Serial ami "or ) Tr hl.5 C'arliioii
and'Mrs. Titus Olson were playel's.Mr. I>uli-rt thl In 2fltli lay. of \nrll. miOKFICIAI. I ";.Miixh anil I !Milk" Short.

Hinay 301 At South City Limits visiting Mrs. R. F. Watson In | and Mrs. B G. Gunter and ( SEAL) A .1.I ThomHU. f rsre.sss--rpsp I _
daughter Betty, of Jacksonville Clerk of I h.> <'ln.'uil CurtIiy eeeeeee.e ___________ a
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Melrose Sunday afternoon. Haven Cro....)'. t-puty' Oprk
BASKET SPECIALS Drew Reddish of the U. of F. visited their son-in-law and daughter 4j27, 4t C 18

was home for the weekend with Sgt. and Mrs. J. A. Christmas, XU'M'Ii't '10 tPPt-MIt: oft' it

___ __ ___ ___ $1.35 .
the weekend. ..
his parents. Sheriff and Mrs. P. over In ( In-iiK. C ori. llrnilfuril ( usty. ,

___ _________ __________________ 1.00 D. Reddish. Friends of Dr. M. B. Herlong 1-li.rlilni' Iti < hunri-rr .. w
l.lllliin H Kent I'lnlniirr HarryI'lmrli'i '
- {tEn SNAPPER FINGERS __ __ ___ .90 Chesterfield Straw Hats will be happy to hear that he re Kent: 1 n-fenilnnl!.
Choice of turned home Tuesday after three l...(... :'O. A 08
|t Specials Include French Fries for Men at Stump's.Mr. .....,u.f. 'uu A,'p""'". Jack3ennym']

Salad Toast or Rolls and Mrs. C. H. Quick entertained weeks Hospital.confinement In St. Vln.cent's 1'.., Hurry In 1'nknownYou Churlm, I Kent, whosero'JIencs c ''I''

at an outdoor picnic Sun iirhereby n..lltl..1 that n
Sandwich Specials celebrating Mr. Quick's birth Lt. Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long milt. for IMvorrB him li.-.-n fllmla
- ; spent Monday and Tuesday at Ft mil,,, you In the nhV. nnmrilCuiirt

b r with French Fries and Slaw _____. .15 day. Out-of-town guests were; Mr. McPherson Atlanta, Gn.' checking unit ,castes I noil you .r.<. r''- :
of nnorKnn -
I and Mrs. Oscar Crews and Miss! iiulr-il to rvi it ropy your 8aves a
||on Rye __-- ._ _-_ ._ ._______ .60 on Col. Long's future work and swer n. ,1..n.lIn.. o the r..ml.lnlnt. many peuw
of Folkslon
Audry Mae Mizell i the .lalntlrr'II A".rIPY. ?,,,'h II.I .
with Salad _____ .50 quarters. Ha will be attached tc ,
Homemade Potato
Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jones 1 I 1..18". nO ill I I.'n'h I I"'lhlln.I I ...

J k with Homemade Potato Salad _.___.___ .45;) and daughters Beth and Pam of I I Headquarters, Third Army and I ,J'k.vlll., I"IrtIa., an,1 file Jerk the
I In the offIce o.r tI he (
m with Homemade Potato Salad ___._ .50 Lake City C. 1C. Quick. Jr. of will report for duty May 11). ..r lie c'lrriilt I ,'", .rt nil nr h-for I he
Green Cove Springs and J. M i Friends of Mrs. J. R. Kite will ZBth lay ,.r M..y. l 1951. ..'th.rwI.ui l the : : with his modern Electric Range!
iilli-vntlnnii I. of rnl'l Poninliilne I will
Cold Platesm regret to hear that she i Is In the
Vickers of Starke. .hi nken HM ronfi-Hnil hy you I
Alachua Hospital with bronchial ThiN notion shell Im pilMlHlimonio 1
with Potato Salad, Lettuce & Tomato .65;) Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis had pneumonia. Visiting her this week mrh week f.ir four i'on"..riitlviiuoikm i

k with Potato Salad. Lettuce & Tomato .75 as their guests over the weekend were Mrs. R. P. Stubbing Mrs. In the ITnilforil County 1'.1.-. Jack Benny, lar of I 4
with Potato Salad. Lettuce & Tomato .75 Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and C. K. Hayes, and Mrs. C. E3. Hern- T'nlril I this 2Blli ilny of April, 10H1OFKlCIAIj I "THE JACK BENNY SHOW' I !
Jean of Gain !SFiAT.' ) A .T. ThnmniiClnrk .
daughter Dorothy (
fte with Potato Salad Lettuce Tomato .85 :wall. nf th, ('lfI'lIlI Court ) heard .v.ry Sunday i
esville and Miss Mamie Andersonand lien','? Clerk' CBS coail la coast
By Haven Crosby ov r
Friends of Mrs.. G. W. Brown i I
Mrs. P. E. Stone of Archer. 4127' 4t Bll.. _ _ _
Fountain Drinks will regret to hear that she was I
----- David of Baldwin -
Mrs. Josephine taken to' St. Vincent's Hospital "(,'u.e: OP'iiUi'l. C TI 'VTo _ "Th mythical Jack Denny of the
: __ ______ .20 was the weekend guest of Mr. wiiow IT MAY co.vcrenNNnlliHi : radio iin't merely
imy :Milk Shakes ____...._____ Wednesday of last week where she really .tingy-h !

'. ___________________________ .20 and Mrs. R. J. Davis. Is under obnervatlori. When Mrs. : nnnlv 1M tn hr th"liv..t9ftt Iveiv sessIon of IntentionII of the _ _ _ hate to spend money," iayf Mrs.
all heric
;IRoot( Beer and Ice Cream) _________ .15 Jantzen Swim Trunks forM KlnrMit Trf-irtiihitliri. for n bill Benny (Mary Lirlnintone to
Brown leave the hospital prob. which hili Khnll ""rtln In the < 01.itriiitlon _- radio Tans), "but although! the real

n at Stump's.Mr. ably the end of the week. she :will or ni iftitHlr Ion .*MtalillHhm I Jack lienny i b mom iieneruu, he still I
Sundaes and Mrs. C. A. Geiger and ..nf. fiqulnnlnir .Inl"n"ni> nnil considers our lleitric: Range real
go to the home of her daughter .>riitlon of K riubll. h..*pltnl III -- "

Strawberry Chocolate __ ___ __ ____ .20 on. Nelson of Green Cove Mrs, R. R. Thede In Jacksonvillefor -tlnrlf- Hrnitr.i'il r..iinn r i. (hh'lt'flt economy. I
weekend guests of of th. I Itlicnf i nnil ri..lilintiif Sure-you have economical opera
Springs were a short rest. i '. J? I
Mr. and Mrs. J. D.. Doyle. TirRitforil' l "iin't' Hint, '> pr lili I _. tlon with the modern.. Llectric ICtnK

., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and I -but that's only one feature. Ie'.
SSSSssrpssSSSS-flSflSSS almost human-different from any
sons Robert and Edward visitedMr. I I range you've ever tried. You don't

ONVENTIONOF and Mrs. Tommy Attaway and i guest at the cooking heat. Flip a

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roland In Or. SPECIAL OFFER! _ switch and you get lust the bear you
lando, over the weekend.Mrs. I ; rni : need. You don't peek or watch while
I things are in the oven. You know the
THE D. F. McRae
Paul We Are Now Giving Our lluxincHH Cards To automatic control are doing that for
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae '
vou. Nothing new to learn-except
:HRISTIAN CHURCHESOF spent the weekend In Fort Myeres Our CustomersThese j ; now much better, how' much racier

sister, Mrs.B. *i- be when have a
visiting Mis. McRae's cooking can you
Miller who Is 111. Justness 1 Cards are (.rH(1 for Win. A. Rogers. I ':41_ _ _. _ _ modern Hattric: Range. You can

13 Ft. Hold Seal Congnlpmn and Silverware made and guaranteed by Oneida. I.t. _ _-I' buI-_ _ learn all about it al you dealer's! I

Armstrong Quaker Linoleum at j Just think of it All >ou I

Hart Furniture Co. do is thoM business I 8 Good Reasons Why r 15tg.
Bradford and Union CountiesAT Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd ate : : APPLE CRUM8 PIE Joclr

J. M. Hembree cards given( you with purchases i You Need an Electric Rang 7 e.MMY'. J.11v1oly
and Dr. and Mrs. CUp P..''d. .I/c.d/

returned home Saturday after a I 40- made at our ", store .KM cmklna ralwlMh'i :::pP oranq. J"Ic. oppl.. !1 1\t:: =dnna-

three week's motor trip through and they are redeemable for brows wOe.. '" nutn,.g
tlMin ICs Msy .to IH. firmly' 100'_ loll
perc. ..
as far as.Los An beautiful Wm. .\. Rogers ;;
the West
...! Irs fast :cup ",onu'o'' cup Jlft.d. -IdI.d
It'. ,thrifty Ifs uu9ar "ou.
Ong Bridge Christian Church geles. Calif. j I Silverware in your choice I 'ob'',,_ SVat.d j cup butt., or marq0i...
It's uucduci
and [ .ut.AuctiS
J. Griffin lt. WhIPP.d
Mr. and Mrs. of two exquisite designs. orange riuw. Cream

Mrs. Carrie Bitch drove the Gritfln's I Start your set today and Th. only way to enjoy ill hue Place ap p I.s I In
Cliff Mendoza. benefiii 1* to haw in Electric Range. No matter what grea.ed d..p pie
grandson will be luree .. pon add
agreeably surprised bl .
Cliff you make cbpoae, bs sure ii'a tLlCI KIC, and ,uu'" lure Com sugars, orange orange
Sunday. rind
you /
29 to Jacksonville I flour. epic
how fast your silver. of havmflj really. mtdm.automatic raDKtl fr. n butt.r ot' margolne e2'" O on"po.
grandparentssince wht,
his .
visiting '
had been ware cards will accumulate.: ) I.nde,. Sp'.ad &niy.s orS
.t Mrs. Griffin remained Oven appl... Balreln,
Friday. 3$00 p. J mod.a,.
i Sunday School Hour In Jacksonville with Dr. and ) This I is made pnsnible for Got FREE copy of and sweetened L-U. Top .acg, ....I ing whO' tloYOt'ed
your whipped
for several r Iit-'a,. you through a special arrangement cr.ont. /.id, 6 108
C. Mendoza ""'" .
!Mrs. C. Mm. S ll ITU "How To Hold A Star"Specially 'g.
j Sermon : Homer Swindall days' visit. ____._, 05I0___U we have made

Noon Communion Service Mr. and Mrs. James Reddish and I with the Rogers Silverware Redemption Bureau Inc. prepared recipe buoklutCorn.* In And s..

of Valdosta. G .spent of 855: Sixth Avenue New York 1, New York. .beautifully illunrated.. Pictures of La.'S
son Gregory .... .
stars with thri. ,
'"' the weekend with the Robert I Send the required amount of cards:. listed on the backof Ibeir mooamoTie favorite i recipes.Don't the "Range the Stars

BASKET LUNCH Green and Roy Turners. each card or in the catalog to the New York Office ,- mias this opportunilyl Get

t. Song and Prayer'Service '. Mrs. J. M. Vickers and and the silverware;will be forwarded to you Tar- your fIlEJ!copyl .....In, urilnrfkaml of course. U. ELECTRIC! I

;:: ters. Janice and Carolyn daugb-I eel Post Insured Prepaid.
In Folkston. Ga.
Afternoon Speakers weekend

''1. O.' Boone and-Jos. Strickland Gowen.Mrs. Vickers' mother, Mrs. A. C.I "Remember to ask for ROGERS SILVERWARE ( 1I.FLO.IDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY.

Mrs. W. J. .
Mrs. W. F. Godwin CARDS. They Are Truly Valuable

: Chandler and Miss Madge Middle- .. j
spent the weekend 2,6 forget tomorrow's modern

Young People's Rally i ton cottage at Cedar Keys. FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY :Q: .; C living will be more and more electric Be sur; your plans provide wiring and

t Mrs. B. myne.of Winter Haven '! outlets not only for your all.electric kitchen and laundry..for comfort cooling with

Regular. Worship Service U visiting Mrs. Ada Alexander Alexanderand th- 11-1 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. { exhaust fans or air conditioning..but also for future electric helpers...time-saving

week. Mr. Haynes. Mr.! I o work saving Sunshine Services still to come!
ERYONE MIJ 18 Wilma Alexander spent .1
: In Alachua visiting Mr. iJ(: 'I
,. Sunday
r -- :M. L. Maynard. t



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.,; (APR 27 1951


q'I'' ;.,/, _-_____________________________________________________________________ _ _ _ _ _-_ _ -_ _ _ I _

tie Sowell visited Mrs. B. W. Mottof I Camp at Salt Springs.MrL App... HT4TR! OK Pl.OtllTi.t IX' flrrnlt Cosr$. Ilrndford C.....,.. I.u..... 19K1. J. ny Myrtl --
1 Mr. Israel l I..:. Epatnln whose rottldonre Klorlilai. In Caancery.K Witness mv hand and official Seas ( Frank i ,.
1 BROOKER Hague last Wednesday.Mrs. Ellen Saxon left Tuesday And nditroxit IH: care of Knn- rt J. Morcc. }pliilntlff v... Maude j at Starke, Florida thla April 6th Aa Clerk of said .Court Attys. foi ,

T. W. Markey and Mrs for Cedar Key to spend the re cal], 1111 Stratford Avenue, Bronx A. Morse., Defendant Case No 8J72Order -
.hll..n..n. And Notice I'oAppenr
Mattie Sowell visited the sick In malnder of the week with Mr. and New York: Of .....
1\1' Carolyn Kcllcy' You are required to appear on STtTH OF KI.OHII IMtiiide
L Alachua Caunty Hospital Tues Mrs. W. A. Saxon Jr. May 7, 1951, In the above earned A. Morse, whose residence Is FOR A MORE
Court and cause wherein plaintiff Lob flown: '/
\\'MS :Meotlng! day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lucky 01 se ks divorce and restoration of Y<,u are required to Appenr on ,
and Mrs. B. Crosby of Dade Gainesville were overnight guest maiden name, and custody and control May 14th. 19.11, In the above named
The WMS met Wednesday afternoon of the minor child. Ttradford Court and cause wherein plaintiff
City were dinner guests of Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Charle ...
Saturday .....k. dl'lor.' Bradford County
: at the home of Mrs. Robert County Telegraph l | shall publish' thin (
Mrs. James W. Thomas Sunday.Mr. Hicks. Order In next four weekly Issuss.: Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
Hiers. The devotional was given Witness hand anl official seal. next four weekly Issues.
and Mrs. John Shaw of La-
friend of Oscar Wesley
by the president, Mrs. Eugene Many at Btark, Florida, this April 4. 1851 Witness my hand and official seal
Beulah Cross visited relatives here Sun- Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. (OFFICIAL. 8I3AI' .) A. J. Thomas. at Ntarke, Florida this April It, 1951.
Crosby. after which Mrs. FIISAL! ) A. J.
An Clerk of salit' Tour (OFFICIAL Thomas.
Davis of Starke enjoyed the delightful -
Harrell led In prayer. Mrs. Hewlett day.Mrs. Bjr Myrtle T. Deaver DeputY Clerk A. Clerk of said Court
: Clyde Henton Is visitingher birthday party given In 'T. Frank I.nnilrum, Stark. FlnrldnAtlys. By Myrtle '1'. Peaver. Deputy. Clerk,
Anderson sang a. solo. Mrs. Earl Green and for Plf. tit 4t 4121VOTICH Hay Solden Selden Bldr 800 MainStreet .
The program chairman Mrs daughters his honor on Saturday night April Daytona Beach. KlnrldaAttys. .

James W. Thomas presented the Mrs. Lucille Edwards this week. ,21. Outdoor games were played by for' Plf. flU 4t B4!

following participants: Miss Lube- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kelly recently the young people. The party ,was Notice. In. hereby nlven of intention In Circuit Court Bradford County,,I
visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur given by his mother and hit wife I to apply for local or special lgla Klorldai. In Cbnneery.nsorae '.
Jla Plnholster Mrs. Mildred Har- lotion at the 1U51 Hemilon of the Pratt. Plaintiff V... Mfll'elPrstt
yell :Mrs. Lucille Edwards Mrs.rm.nthv Hall In Jacksonville.Pvt. Verna Mae.GRAHAM. Legislature of the Stats of Florida Defendnnt. Case No 8179 : F
E. W. lodge I'vt. Stanley bv which the cltv council of the Order' Of Publication Saul NoticeTo
__._.." _.Tnnn___ _Doiio'laa..-U'--.' uu and_ -Mrs.-- City. of Htarka will be authorliod Appenr HTATB OF KI.OItlUA T..l POWER.'ITo
Earl Willis. An Inspiring talk was Crosby and Pvt. Walter Howard to expend sums of money not otherwise Mabel. Pratt whose residence la. Un
of Fort Jackson S. C. spent the budgeted, or pledged for the kn.wn: _
I given by the Florida State WMS purpose of advertising advantages You are required. to appear. on
weekend here with their parents
Secretary Mrs. Ethel Driskell. and facilities of said city. May 14th 1951 In the above named
Miss Iva Mae Lewis of Jackson. Carl Johns, City rivrk. Court anti, cause, wherein plaintiff Ju
Out of town guests Included Mrs Ily Mrs. John MeKlnny f8; 4t f|27 seeks divorce. Bradford County
ville spent the weekend here with _
Mrs. Telegraph shall publish thla
Eldon Hardy of Starke and 'Order
her family. MT1M In next four weekly. I.......
Hler's mother Mrs. Long of Jack is welcome to attend E. B. McKlnny\ of Sampson! was Notice ,Isr hereby given of Intention Witness. my hand and official. Weal /
sonville. to apply for locnl, I or special at Starke, Florida, thla April 12th !
I services at the Baptist Church coca! the guest of his brother and sisterInlaw legislation at the 19.11 Reunion of JU1. 1/U
4. A WMS Rally was also held last Four more members came Mr. and Mrs. John McKln the L.'gisiiturn of the mate of Florida (OFFICIAL REAl) A. J. Thomas. led"htrs'l
Friday the community center. by which the city council of the As. Clerk of aald Court
Into the church last Sunday and ny Sunday. City nf .Htarke will lie! authorised By Haven Crosby Deputy- Clark I
Win.* Ugly I'H/,0 will be baptized along with the Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson ana to contribute sums or money not E. K. Perrvman Htarko FlnrKlit.
A large crowd attended the I otherwise builKoteil or led7ed" to the Attyn for Plf. 4113 4t ill
other 22 who Joined during the son, Richard of Lutz spent the cltv-rntinty health unit or other U .
Toby Dowdy show at the schoolhouse revival meeting. weekend with her parents Mr. and! ttibltc health proirrnms.Carl IV Circuit Conrt. Ilradford Connty.JlorMai .
last Tuesday night. High. I Johns, City rlerk. "| In ( hnn'ery.Vi'tr :
Mm. John McKlnny. 4ti! 4t 4127il 10: Ol.'n"'"HSU, Plaintiff vs. '
lights of the program was a con Mr. and Mrs. Lusflie James and I IOHO: Oil,imniUHHo' Defendant1Case .

test to select the ugliest man In son of Dunedin the weekend 5 (Iriinlt ('....rt. ...,Uor,' Cituinty. No. B37Order
spent Of Publication *nd Vo .lce ToApiienr
Brooker Contestants were Eddie HAMPTON |l here with relatives and friends. I 'ranees.'l*rlilii" Johnson In hiini'ery Hart. ,, Plaintiff vs. Hl'tll-! OH' Kl.llll>t T.l LikI
Lewis, J. A. Parker Hewlett I We are sorry to hear that Russell ICollla Hurt Dvfondant. oi"n, . Cone and Hobert fly ftlrn. 1 M. C. HwrrneyMr. ras.. No. 8.1111Oriler.
Anderson Clyde ,
i Starling back In the hospi/ Of .'...1.11.,1.l ><.tIt'. '!'.. }'Iiinhlntr Now York:
Hlers. Mr. Parker won the prize I You Are required to appear on t4,9_ -o--.i.._ ,
tlipenr HTVI'll OKKI.OIIIIIV Tot
., MAY 14th 1*>51, In the above nnmed b'
t-' of $2.UfmonntriiUU.il. and Mrs. Fred S. Dod and tal.Mrs.. John has returned Mr. HolllH Hurt whose residence and Court; anti, cause, wherein plaintiff
Surrency address la: tOil Wllllama, !!Street .Seeks tw I
I divorce. Bradford County
, wi ( 1111>>. family moved last Saturday from home after spending a week at Pascaffotila, hits.: Telegraph shall puMlph, this Order I ___*

The Home Demonstration Club their cottage.at Mld-Lakea to their the bedside of her brother in Plan You are required to appear on In n<>xt four, weekly ,Issues. I .
met and members are house at May 7, 1951 In the above namedCourt Witness. mv hand nnd official senlr
recently newly completed Key
and cause, wherein plaintiff : Slnrke Florida, this April Ilth. : r
'Lt now working on their new project stone Heights. Friends are rejolc- City.Everyone around here are busy seeks divorce and cimtndv nnd control I InRI.1 .4
of minor child. Bradford County, (OFFICIAL BEAL' > A. J. Thomas. l
of makingaluminum trays. log with them In the of ,
picking beans and digging Irish Telegraph nnal! publish thin OrderIn As Clerk of said. Court j
Beautifying community center this fine modern home. potatoes. next four weekly Issues. fly TTfiven Croshv Deputy Clerk ; __

}* has been a recent project and new Mr. and Mrs. Horace May arrived Witness mv linnil and official seal '1'. Frank I.nndrum Storks, Florida. I
,l Little Roselec returned
McKlnny at Htarke, Florida this April 4. 1991 Attyn f.ir' Plf. 4>i4t r. 4In
tv draperies have been hung at all Sunday night from Perrlne home Saturday after spending 3 (OFFICIAL BRA.) A. J. Ttinmim, ___

lw the windows. All ladles are Invited :where they spent the fall and Aa Clerk of sail Court Ireult Court, llrailforil County,
weeks her sister Mrs. John .
Bv Myrtle. T. Denver eputv Clerk 'lorldal' In t Ion... .". r-
I) to attend these moetlngn. winter. Their daughter Mrs. L. H. son In Lutz. '1'. Frank andrum. Stnrke Florida. \llolilnteln; Plaintiff ". Bearlpn .

Lk Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Edwards Lambert and daughter Cathy of Mrs.! Horace Cane Mrs. Curl Atty for I'lf 4'0': 4t 4127 OfildHteln, Defendant.Case Nrt. 81rt2

were visitors to Live Oak Monday,Maryland are currently1 visiting ... .... _
Jones wee visiting Mr. and Mrs. In Circuit Courl. llrntlford (... Or Of .hll..nll..n,1. Xotlcv Tollinenr
them. |.'l"rlilni In t hnnrrry.Telia .nU..1 C r t-I',.! it.. U1 I....> .n a ,.....
.- Katherlne Harrell spent last Chester McKlnuv. last Thursday- Tlinmus, PI-ntlff., vs. Moses !Mrc iIentnIefloldtejn.hoerp''j; ; ;; ; _
: weekend with her aunt Mrs. Cecil Mrs. l\i\(. B. Layfleld entertainedwith in Gainesville.! Thomas, Defendant. rtrtncf and address Is: 949 Falll '

Moore of Gainesville. a Stanley Party at her home Ca.ua 8351 8li.: ;,:et,I, Bronx: New York: IIa'I' -- ----- -'t.s' :. ._.' ..... -
Order. Of I'ubllen li>n \nil V, .llvr ToAppear You are required to appear
In (Irrult Court' llr,...lforil ,
afternoon of last week.A County .
& Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Crosby are Thursday ll.(.rlfliii'. In 4 lin...>lryArizona .. .1."I' ."..<>llll> \ TIMVfoses !May 7, 11.11. In the above named
I Court
,t host of Hampton friends regret 10.: Mublay Plaintiff Thomas, whose residence la: and cause, wherein plaintiff
spending few days here with vs. seek,. divorce anti
their son-in-law daughter, Mr. to hear of the critical Illness Joseph T. Mubloy, UofVnilunt.Casa Unknown You are: required to appear on ford County Telegraph' shall relief.publish nrnd-, GET the top performance the manufacturer built Into _

1 and Mrs. James \V. Thomas. of W. T. Saxon of Oakland Party flnl r jif liilill I.'nfl. ...ii %IHiifliM.| No.. .8388'I.l.'nr '..j Court May 7,and 1961 cause In the wherein above plaintiff named sties this Order In next four weekly InWitness r ,your car, try a fill! of CROWN EXTRA the South's most
and Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon \ ortll! tI. KI.OIIIII \ *l ..iJoseMi my hand and official ,
The C. S. Kolloys and Mrs. Mat- Seeks divorce. Bradford County seal)
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Saxon and T. Mobley whose residence Telegraph *' ,all publish. thla Order at 1..1., Flnrldn thin April 4, 1951 popular premium motor-fuel. *
; Is: Unknown: In next four weekly Issues.Witness (OFFICIAL WHAL) A. J. Thomas.
'r Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon left I
You are required to appear on As Clerk. of .
SPECIAL ON mv hand and official,, seal snld Courn'T
this week to- be at his bedside.Mr. Court May 21, 1951. In. the above named at Rtarke, Florida, this March. 31. Mv.rtl", T- Denver. Deputy Clerk CROWN EXTRA is not Just an ordinay gasoline, with extra _
and cause wherein plaintiff Frank I.nndrtim Starke Finnish' '
SLrCOVKKSSETTEE and Mrs. Lynn Hall and .....ka divorce. (b h'IC'AL SEAT.: ) A. J. "f-hninns. Atty for Plf. 4)6)
$12.50 Misses Margaret and Lucile Hall Bradford County Telegraph shall I A. Clerk of said Com, _
publish this Order In next tourweekly Ily Myttlo T. Deaver, Clerk In Clrenlt Court llrndford. ('mint r. gasoline from the
Y made'
Sunday with friends In Valdosta Hp from selected base
CIIAIK 5.00 spent Issues. I IJ"I''l:| (t 4127n IMorldnl' In < hnn.'ery.nettle .
Ga. Witness my hnml, ftml, official L. YOIIS. Plaintiff vs Donnli. stocks with the ,
: MADE TO ORDER seal st Starke, Florida. this. April I Irenlr Court, itratifarui1"iu.ri.ini 4'iinn.,., I. Yoim DnfendTnt Case Nn. Naill' proper distillation range to assure fast start
Rev and Mrs. R. C. Gray Jr. 17. 1951. Oriler. or Publication And Nollev 1 '1'.. ,

4 This Prloo J..C'lu..sl.abOr. Only. had as their guests last, week Mrs. OKPIOIAI. Hmt..) A. .1. ThomasAH Morris Hlf-gel In 1 hnnerrr Plaintiff vs. Minnie Donald Appear" I.X'You r \'rH. OF KIOHIII1 T.>. ing, quick acceleration and extra power. It contains a special I
hoes Not Include) Material f'lprk of mi III Court whose residence Is:
U. Wlndham and small son, fv ""v"n (r'ronhv Tippuiy Clerk Hlovel Of Defendant Puhllvallon nd Cane\.No..t''le"835llrilrr T.5. 20214 You Boulevard, Shreveport T4t.l! solvent to minimize gum deposits, and is made in seasonal ,

: Starke lusty, of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Rates. A Lowry id W. University I AppearrTH OP Kl.ltllIII V Tf May 7,ore 1051 required In to appear on,
Bedding /tv.., Gainesville 'Iorlda. Minnie: Rlea-el.; whose residence Is:: the above. name grades to assure even, thorough vaporization.Try .
Howard Allender 'of Gainesvillewere and wherein
cause plaintiff
Attys. for Plf. 4120| 4t 511| : 1025 East 167th Street Bronx New seeks divorce 1
anti ,
I other relief. Brad
Company .
their supper guests. In Circuit ('....; : llrndfunl CountyI York You ford County Telegraph shall publish. a tankful and see for yourself the powerful difference
required to
Phone 51-W Starke The J. W. Homes spent the first lorllni' In (.ha.......,., appear on this Order In next four weekly issues. -
1 May 7, 1951 In the above named "
Marclllne U. Kelley Plaintiff vs.I Court and wherein EXTRA makes in performance.
of the week at the Barkadale Horace Kelley. Defendant. seeks. divorce.o..u.e. Bradford plaintiff County Witness mv hand and official seal, ..._ '
Ca. No. (386Orilrr at Ptarke, Florida thfsApnila4, 1961
-- ] .. of...Publication_ _._., U _S__nil n'Not.. Ice. _To In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.this Order (OFFICIAL PRAL. ) .,A. .J. .,Thomas.is .
/ l>pe.r wrrI.. or" Kl'Olf IDA Tot / iiern or SBKI Court
R.I P ALVAREZ TRANSFER AND Horace Kelley whose residence I. at Witness Rtarke, Florida my this April official 8, 1951 sea Charles By, Myrtle R. T Hess Deaver, 204-05, Deputy Guaranty Clerk

LI. & SON STORAGE CO. Unknown You are required. to appear on I (OFFICIAL HIOAL.As Clerk) A.of J....Id Thomas Pour. Life.UY"Bulldlnir. for Plf. Jacksonville Flnrldn STANDARD )

May 81, lOG, In the above named By Myrtle T Denver Deputy Clerk 418 4t t 4127 .
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Attyn. for Plf. 4,6,; 4t 4137
rn Circuit
k : : ;We local sieeks seeks. divorce, cars, custody ___ County,
::" : : ; :J v{ operate and control of minor child. !. Circuit Court, First"ford fount Plorldni Krumhola In Chancery.Dorrla Plnlnt'rr va Harold
-j H distance
? long; Bradford County Telegraph shall Klurlilnl !. thaneery Krumholi, Defendant.
I It. B. A. A'SO" I anywhere In U. S.EXCELLENT publish this Order In next Florence D. Comber Plaintiff vaWlllam Case No. 81K8
c" ? weekly" Issues.Witness Joseph Comber Defendant Order Of Publication And Notice. To STANDARD
--;) I MOV'NG' I my hand end Case No. 8154 tppefir Nr\TH OK FI.OItlllA Tot OIL COMPANY
( i.. ..:... ..-- sal at Rtarke Florida this Or.(<.. 'I'o Mr. Harold Krumholi whose. resi (KENTUCKY) /
'r- 14th. 1051.OFFICIAI. fOUl'j Appear NTA1H OK KI.OIIIIIV T..l dence and address Is: 148 !Montvom- -_
< SrcATV)) A. .T. William Joseph Comber whose resi, ery. Street. ITooklyn Sew York:
STORAGE' A. Clerk of .,,1<1 dence Is.: 345 79th "'Street Brooklyn You are required to appear on
; ___ Try Haven Crosby, nenit.T (" New York: May 7, 1951 In the above named K. G.
4120 4t To. are rSnir.nt t.. SflnS Y-. on Court anti cause, w>.ereln plaintiff DUNCAN AGENT
FACILITIES Ma'Y--1.-i951, In'thebo :; ;named; ;i seeks divorce anti other, relief Brad- til'f
,; i. In Circuit Court. llrndroril ('..u..,.,I Court and cau..e.. wherein plaintiff lord County Tcleirrnnh shall publish
._ Vl..rlini. In ( "........,.. seeks divorce. Bradford County his Order In next four weekly Is.. PHONE 85 STARKE, FLA.
Agents For Betty Ixrnlsn Hauler, Plaintiff vs. Telegraph shall publish this Order
Arthur Travis Hauler Defendant I In next four weekly Issues.Wltnesa .
Case No. 8341 my hand and official seal
DELCHERBROS. .jfl See us first! nrdrr of I'liMlvMlon Anti Notlr. To at Starke. Florida, thla April 3, 1951. _ *yADVANCE.DESIGN
.-'---'- A........ TATM nf 11'..""",., Tot (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, /
A'--. Arthur Travis Itaa-ler whose resi A. Clerk of said Court
dence and address Is Iloute 1, By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk Al: ? ,
Thnmnaton Oeoro-lit.'' Attyi. fer Plf. 418 4t 4127
You are required to appear' on
May 91. 19JI. In the above named In Circuit Court. llradford. County.Florida .
Court and cause wherein plaintiff | la ( fcaneery,
I seek divorce, restoration of maiden Rubin lIer hkowlta. Plaintiff vs
name and award of minor child to Bertha Herahkowlti Defendant
.ATTENTION defendant. Case No. 8317Order TRUCKS
Of Publication And To
Bradford Cnunty Telegraph shall W's
publish this Order lit next four Appear STATE OK KLO1 II"\ To "
weekly Issues. Mrs. E''rtha Itershkowlts whose
TOBACCO GROWERS -Witness my hand and official residence' and address Is: 560 Am. .5--
boy Street Brooklyn New York:
seal at Starke Florida this
You required 1 to onMay
am appear
j 18 1951.COI"FICIAL.
Let Us Write Your ( Rm\I.) A.I. ThomssAs 7. 1951, In the above named
Clerk of said l CourtTv Court and cause wherein plaintiff *
TTflv..n Crosbv Henutv Clerk seeks divorce Bradford County $ *
T, Frank Telegraph shall publish thla Order
I.nn.lrum Btarke, Florid
HAIL INSURANCE .,Attys. for in next four weekly Issues.
420| 4t 511In ( Witness mv band and official seal
i this April 5, 1951. .
;: at Stnrke. Florida Tncr1Tr-
.. Circuit ( .
,; *nr Hradforit ( 0. '", Thomas, t
SEAL) A. J. _
fliirMnt I. (OFFICIAL _
NOW Before You Need It Chnncerv. As Clerk of said CourtBy .
I Enoch n. Summnrall. .,.
Lillian Summerall Plaintiff. Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk .
Defendant.Case '1'. Frank l.sndrum, Slarke. Flnrldn I i iAttys. _

, Every Branch of Order.. .. of Pnhllmtlnn. And ",No...tI...8393 Ti.I for FIf. 4'4< 4t 4 37 j, _________ :i ___
> _
ne T 1' \1'1 0,' FI.OHIIlt Tot'
In Circuit' Court, llradfortl Cniintr.Florlilni .
Mrs. Lillian Kummerall. Whose resi In f.10...'....,.. I 0. ,_.,. _ _
INSURANCE dence anl address Is 108 R. Riimter John Carl Plaintiff vs. Marie. Carl -
Street Siimter South Carolina! Defendant Case No. 83H4Ord 5'I _
You are required to .., '
appear on il tlf Piibllfnilnnittl \nller .
May It. 1951. In the above named tpprnr MT, iriiii.: .. FI.OIIIIIl 1.1"1 -' e
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Mr. Marie Carl whose residence anti o '
scuba divorce: award of childrenami Is Route 2 Llox 7 Andrews, l' _ _
snnport money tn defendant. I South address Carolina: : I IYou I : ___ ___ ___ ___ _ _ ,' ,. ___ ____ -. itV4tw' '__,_,
Bradford Cnunrv Telegraph shall are required: I to APpear on
H. C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE publish this Order In next fourwe May 7. 1151. In the above named
.klir Issues. I Court and ...cause wherein plaintiff ',
Witness. mv hnnd and official seeks divorce Bradford CnunU d,
PHONE 146 seal nt Rtarke, Florida this April Telegraph. shall publish this Ordor ; ;_; (Continuation ol itandard equipment and trim i flsP
Hth 1551.tOt'FICVAT.. In next four weekly Issues.Witness I -o.- fro sd |is dependent on availabllitf of malt' tW
( IIroT.\ .5. .T. 'I''maR, my hand and official seal
As Cl.rlc o. ealil. CourtT at Stnrke, Florida this. April 4. 19S1
... tvn'...n r ro.h*. r>"nii*. Clerk (OFFICIAL /BKAL) A. J. Thomas.As .
Constant Service Over 50 Years T. Frank, I".Irllm. Ptnrk FlorMiAttys. Clerk of said Court

for Plf. 4HO! 4t 5U1Tn By :Myrtle T>. Drover, Deputy Clerk Greater
T Frank '.T.sndrum Starke. Florida.Atty on-the-job performacowith
Clrcnl* 1'....... Hrsaforil CnnsiVlnrlditt .,. .. for Plf. 4,6;, 4t 4'27 :
Vn Chn*....... .
Tlnsnlvn "IT-ver Fns'"ln. Plaintiff vs.. IV' rirenlt. .....ar. llradford Cuunlr',
Israel B. Epstein r>ef."i1..nCa" Klorldai. In ( haaeery.Mamie .
.. TH" 8Orrfen 1.r. I.. ffh@han. Plaintiff vs. Joe these
Of Pnhllcnllnn And >otliT. '' J. Hhehan, Defendant. Case No. 8175 great truck featuresGREAT .
Order Ot Publication. And Motlee ToAppear
"'r \ .] OK PI.OIIIIIA 'l'..I
Joe. j. Elh.hant whose residence Is
SUPERIOR Let Us Thoroughly! You are required to appear on ENGINE FEATURES e New Twin-Action Rear Brakes
May 14th. 1951 In the above named. (I-'P _1.// e Large Door Openings Insulated Panel Bodies
Court and cauae. wherein plaintiff S Two Great EnginesValvelivHead e Side Door. Held
Wash Your Clothes seeks divorce and restoration of Nsw Dual.Shoe Parking Brakl Open by Over. e Extra-Strong Stake Bodies

maiden flame Bradford. County e Efficiency: (I-'P -I) Center Stop Gravel Shield
in detail in service Telegraph. shall publish this. OrderIn C New Torque-AcUon .
a brske
necessary Steel
every 9 Fod.For next four weekly Issues. s Blue-Flame Combustion Ilg/INIvtp _It/ Sturdy Construction One-Plece FendersCounterbalanced

availabta locally and widely known 40cl! *tUarke Witness, mr Florida hand, and thla official April Ilth seal s PowtrOat Carburetor Foot-Operated Parking Brake 'i.. Unit-Design Bodies AJII olor-JJ"'

a Perfected Cooling (nsd Ml)tvMb J-4> 0Vi ll lMBeteWMtj PIck-UpBodletwIthFlushSkldStrlps/ Hood
(OFFICIAL IIEAt.I.. Thomas, .
for its modest cost its wholesome Steering Column Gearshift
FREE Bleach It Desired! By Haven A.Croaby.. Clerk Deputy of said Court Clerk C Specialized 4-Way Lubr Icitlen (- drt wOt ,..... ......,..)

courtesy, and always tackful l sympa Temple Ave. Stark Ray Selden. Selden Pld... Daytona1I..a..h. e Thermostatic Heat Control I 4-Speed Synchro-Mesh

Florida' Transmission(im u yw m u,) ...
thy. AttIre, for Plf. 4IU: 41 114! C Call Alloy Iron Pistons ... ". ''It

IV (l..I, C.-"u.r.: ;: Co..," i MOR! It
Florida .. ('stane"ry. GREAT CAB AND BODY'FEATURES /n.1
Andrew tlreia Plaintiff "'. .Alice GREAT CHASSIS FEATURES e CHCVROinS IN
We Win //1 VOl.
Starke Fla. Jennie Onla, Defendant.
Phone 7
Cas No. 174 Wide Range of Spring* a New Vantipan.s In sa/eS THAN ANY "
Order O' Pnbllentlon A.. Notice TAppear Cab ll1
Your Clothes
Dry "T \TK OK FLORIDa Tei C Rugged Rigid Frame e Flexl-Mounted Cab I # OThER RI/CKI/ l
C, Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur Alice Jennie Orela. whose residence
For 20c Is. Drumhlll Road Wilton, Connecticut C Hypoid Rear Axlea Improved Full-Width Cab Seat

local funeral horn enables n. to offer convenience and You: are required to appear on Single-Unit' Rear AxIs Housings Seat Adjusts to Proper.. Eye Lsvel ..

services not otherwise available. la New Automatic Drier! May 14tn. 1981. In the above. named.
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
seeks .Iv",..... Bradford County
___ rSrrSSS
t 4SSSSrSSrs-ss-r.rssr Telegraph shall publish this Order

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and In Witness next four weekly Issues TORODE
mv hand and official seal
accept AlII Y' life Insurance :policy In force. 1 Issued by ANT *Marke, Florida, this April Ilth. CO.

company, as payment In part or In full on a tu eral. Washeteria'\ 151.(OFFICIAL PEA7A: A. J. Thnma. ,

Consultation carries no obligation.' As D)" ttikven 'n-i.r. D.-putv Clerk I STARKE FLA.
4.U 4t C'4'; CALL & COURT STRF"'I'



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1.RJL 19/. ,APR 2 71 R1GF 1

Baptist Church I Starling and Gertie Falrrloth was
Christian ChurchThe .
II reinstated into full fellowship

fJllUDDAY I The first Baptist Church of friendly church extends a LAKE GENEVA Sunday night Bud Harris and wife II

Stnrkf observes Dedication Day welcome to all. Our bible school Ily lllnnrho Cunningham Sidney Harris and Mr and Mrs

"debt free and so can be dedicated -, will begin promptly at 10 a. m. Von Dee Durance came from \Max Marlin Factory ServiceWATCH

to the glory of the Lord I I and will be cut short on account of vilte to be with us. We really hada I

Outstanding speakers will In- the Convention at Long Bridge. HIrlInlay I'urty wonderful time that night as I
clude State denominational leaders Communion will\ be served at 10:30a. : Mrs Leonard Hamm gave a well as some other nights Glor. 'i
-S, birthday for her little REBUILDING
If .u while the speaker of the day will m So everyone plan to attend party Starling will be baptized at '
I be from out of the State. A basket Bible School so won't miss theLord' daughter. Shirlene on Saturday o'clock May 6th in the Black creAkbelow
dinner you April II I, at 2: 30' p. m. honoringher 126 Court St. Starke, Fla.
' Tabernacle Methodist Church will be served during the Supper. Evening Services Strickland's house. Lillian
I noon hour with an afternoon serv- begin at 6:30: with Christian En. anniversary Starling was baptized last SundayWe .
enth Anniversary proof The First Methodist Church of ice devoted to former pastors and deavor. Evangelistic Services The following guests were present are a small bunch of worshipers -

{ t Hall and Tab- Starke cordially Invites! you to attend church leaders. The public 1 Is invited begin at 7:30 to attend : Sylvia, Elam, and Betsy Gils- here but we are doing some of ' . .... -
P MiBBlon : plan Prayer son Tish and Richard Tipping, Joe : :,,: :,;::: :,'c"" __' ., ,:;: C" ,. ;tIC..,: ...:: :. .:'
held last Friday even- the following services of worship to all of the services which meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p the work that Is to be done for our

tail'd vase of pink gladioli on Sunday, April 29. Church begin at 9,45.Program: m. our study is the 19th Chaptet Mann, Linda Carolyn, and Nowicki Raymond Master. Von Dee Durance and others Rev Lewis D. Haines, Pastor

1 rostrum and there School begins at 9:45: a. m. witha for the day is as follows of Acts. Forsythe. Joseph are working a mission stationat
dGdh/ he other flower arrang- class for every age group. MornIng : Homer Swlndall, Jr. Linda Lee Anthony, and Marion Nolana ridge now. They say

fts of friends. I' worship service Is held at At 9:43 gathering of Sunday :Minister liraaicy. served after they find It a good place to work FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke
several vooal and 11 o'clock in the Woman's Clut School at which time the groups Refreshments were even if'many do not attend. May ,
W. B. Mo-: building. The Rev. Thomas G, above the Primaries will hear a a number of games and contests. they do much in this field, and Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town
numbers St.
, I remlnescencea of Mitchell will preach on the subject message by Dr. John Maguire, executive Edward's Catholic Tlih and Richard Tipping are may the Lord bless their effort. PHONES: : : Office 211- Pastorium 130
'" ght from Jacksonville and are the There will be at the. 6" 1
Tabernacle. "The Miracle o( Faith". secretary of Florida Bap a working
the Rev. William
jta at H. Neuhaus, pastor aunt and uncle of SJililone.
res were the Introduc- The Senior and Intermediate lists. Long Branch Church Friday and SUNDAY SEH.MONS 11:00 A.M., 7:15: P.M.
Friends of M.
Mrs. T. are
r f Finley 27 and 28. All .
Saturday April areInvited
Methodist Youth At the
It ors, testimonies, and a Fellowship meet 11 o'clock morning worship Sunday Mass at 9:43: a. m. glad to see her home again and who and will. Sunday School 9:15: A.M: Training Unions 6:15: P.M.
( at 6:30: on Sunday evening for hour Dr. Chandler Stith executive help can
.1 >gram under the dlreo- their program and discussion secretary of the District of Weekly Confession Mjs.; at 8: a. m.5:00 to Improving daily after a recent If you want to work onTthe buildIng MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY: 7:15 P.M.
Saturday :
Edna Noegel, with meetings. The young people are Columbia Baptist Convention, will 8:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. major operation. in St. Vincent'sHospital. there will be work for you, If ..

!Wallace, pianist. W. A : cordially invited to remain for a bring the dedicatory sermon. The Children's Catechism Classes, you want to work cleaning the
Recent word from Sarasota Is
[the Bible reading. fellowship hour following the' combined choirs, under the direction Saturday 10:00: a. m. that the condition of Dad Forsythe cemetery, come prepared to work Dedication Day Everyone \Welcome
for there Is work for alL As all
evening service. Mr. Mitchell will of Mrs. Lucile Green, will Adult Religious Instruction
IrxtI has begun for they remains about the same. He Is know May 13 Is Home Coming day ,.
preach Sunday night at 7:30: p. m sing "The Church's One Founda courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M.,
still confined to his bed.
program May 13.Starke on the subject, "God Has a Jot tlon" with Mrs. Mona Canova at and by special appointment.The and all are invited to attend, all VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR

for You". You are Invited to select the organ. public Is cordially Invited. Saturday supper guests of Mrs day services .and, all of the dinner ,- .. .
Sue Myrick were the Robert Myr- .. ,
can eat and to spare, and we -
your favorite hymns for the Afternoon services will begin al you
Icks and daughter of Starke and toe\ nice .. ,. ,
gospel service Sunday 2 p. m. with Dr. W. Q. Stracener do want our grounds -
song every Church of ChristCorner the Bishop Myrlcks and daughterof and clean. .' .. .
evening. editor of the State Baptist Paper,
__ DIIIG 10th and McMahon Gainesville. ., There will be all day services at
[ There Is a Children's Hour each and Dr. E. D. Solomon, former .- ,
; : ; :
Bible School:""' 10 A. M. Padgett church next Sunday, 'Behind Closed Doors'Will
Wednesday afternoon at 3:15: : anda editor of "The Witness", as principal Preaching A. M. and 7:30 April 20, also dinner on the

Mid-week Prayer Service and speakers.The P, M. LONG BRANCH grounds. We will look for you Re The Topic of The Pastor's Sermon

Bible Study for everyone at 7:30: evening service will bring; Prayer Meeting and Bible Study there. Let's attend this little church SUNDAY NIGHT AT P.M..
each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. fly !Mr.*. J. L. Strickland and see if we can't bring it to life
on Wednesday evenings. the "Highlights of the past four
Everyone welcome.Presbyterian FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
again. God's housa Is not supposed ,
years in moving pictures", including .
CHURCH OF GOD Mr. and Mrs. Albert Osteen are to be a dead house, or the people non GRAY, Pastor
actual pictures of constructingthe Church there aren't supposed to be all
the of nice
8th SL St. Clair Sta. proud parents a very
the people of School 10 new building, and the pastor little girl. Their daughter Lois (we dead people, but it seems that Morning Worship At 11 A.M.:
11 will bring the message of the 0:45: Sunday School. are very sorry we have forgotten some of these little churches have Itihle School 10 A.M. Don Hill. Supt.
Sunday Morning Worship a.m.
10 Bible Class been left die hard death B.T.U. 7 P.M.! Otto Hicks Sr. Director
to a
ty one of the moatequlppecl Sunday Evening Service 7:30: evening. a. m. Friendship her name since she married) gave ,
_ p.m. 11 a. m. Services conductor by Why are they built If they were
Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m the the I birth to this daughter Friday, April "The In its Sister
During Happy Hour I Church Hampton Rejoices with
nd finest Rev. Charles Imbrie, of Penney 20. We understand the daughter not going to bo maintained? la )
Prayer Meeting: Thursday 7:30: p.m Youth Choir will sing, directed by Farms. I In in a serious condition, un this God's!,; way ? NO. Some of ut Church in Starke on the Occasion of Their New

ups anywhere George Jones. Mrs. Thelma Dink conscious most of the time. We do I who have failed had better study Ruildinvr Dedication! April 29th." ,

ork GuaranteedS Airpark BaptistSunday ciirurit OK JESUS CIIUIST a little more about the work we .. .. .. .
the Mis hope Mho Mrs. "
Ins will be at piano and OF ATTEKU\Y HUNTS fully lecovers. I should do and not about the work .' :" .. : : .. :: -. : .
Osteen is 111 also, did not learn
GARAGE School at 9:45.: Lacy Julia Lawson at the organ. (:MORMON: ) else should I do. If we .. . ....
someone ,
Conway Sunday School Supt This ;will be an outstanding day the nut t lire of her Illness more than would all do our part these little .. : .. .. .
The Church of Jesus Christ of nervousness and over exertion
ACIIINE SltOP Morning. T. U. 6:15 Services: 11:00B. : in the history of the church, and a Latter Day Saints will hold their caused from worry over Loin's con churches would remain prosperouslive YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO A

Starke cordial Invitation is extended to dition. churches. Let's wake up and!
Evening Worship 7:30 quarterly State Conference at the
Come worship with us. all to help make it a, success and Woman's Club, Riverside Ave. Lige Carter Is very ill at this get to work while it in yet day and REVIVAL MEETINGApril

Rev. L. Q. Hemmlngway, Pastor I enjoy these services. Jacksonville, Sunday April 29 at writing. The Long Branch church time to work for the time will 29 May ,1
announces they will to Llge'sfor
10 a. m. and 2 p. m. go come when,we can not work.
,..- - - R... Apostle Henry D. Mayle, Salt prayer meeting in the near SERVICES EACH NIGHT
- ---- - - -
I Lake City, Utah will be the principal future. Vina and Tina Padgett are l
I at both services. also on the sIck list We understand ,
speaker brunhen OOc
Njlon typewriter Prayer' Service 7:30 Song Service 7:15:
I 10 a. m. Sunday School. these are all suffering with Bradford County Tvlrcraph.IVOTICH Preaching Service H P.M.
RESERVE THE h t 6:30: p. m. Sacrament Service at flu. We Strickland are recover-
: t I the Masonic Hall Call St. ing from our attacks of flu, but we '
on Notice\ le ticrebr 1I1".n that. the REV. JOHN C. SIMS
HIT TO LIMIT ,t iM Starke. still know how to cough and UnclnrnlKlieil In .n.li...!l In hll.ln.ll.
.. Pastor Riverside !Miami
of rk
I sneeze under the fictitious name Ht ,
A cordial invitation Is extendedto
e e '"..1101.r.. HuppllfN, nt WanhlnirtnnHt
l all. Our weeks meeting closed Sun Hlnrkn. llradfortl County Florida,
{QUANTITYONS,21bs. o. r lac o. r tw day night with much Interest and intrude to rcKlNler paid fictitious Butler Church
Lake Baptist
name In the ofririt of dork of the
shown. additions to
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS We had three circuit Court of Urartfonl County,

10th the church, two upon profession of VMorliln .. ..
St. and Temple Ave. ,
Stark" Kin
Carl Johns, cola owner, -- "
faith, Lillian Padgett and Gloria .. ,
Sunday School 0:43: a. m.; MornIng Ole! 41 4117 -" __n_ __ _
Worship 11 a. m.
; Evangelistic
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Services 7:00 -
welcome. p. m. Everyone li' r' I ll I- '-- rE-l\l ""JI JLULtl.-\!\ _.II -
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ickenBacks Lb.28C -: I U Ii ) 1:\, 'I


Ity Mr. Itryjtn WhltflrldLnnrhpon "tl'l the type of engine
t powering America' flneif cart//

CELERY 5c "'ord'. built"
13c "If nrlainlyhns / Over 8'/' million/

A seated luncheon was given r An. ear b.aufylr v-av,

land RipeIMAMS Fresh Green; Friday of last week by Mrs. L F

Chapman. The setting for the af-

J lb.14c CABBAGE lb. --5c fair was the home of the hostr ". p,,

Roses arranged In a crystal bowl ) 'iI ,
formed the ,.
centerpiece for the elegantly d" I
1 g; Large JuicyLEMONS appointed dining table.

ILY 2 Ib. jar.. 29c doz.29c Guests Burnett of Included KingRley Mrs.Lake,Fletcher Mrs. A. I ,

Z, Adklna' of Starke and Mrs. P
D. Fancher. The
.' -------- courtesy con-
tinued the "vanishing luncheon"program
of the Starke Methodist i
Regular Size Church. L1-

1SCPer Bridge Club Meeting

i omatoes Lovely summer blossoms enhanced ,

Can the charm of the home of "
Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair for her meeting -

., ,. of the State Farm Bridge Club

(Tin) the last games Thursday were afternoon.played the hostess Before \

IFF, 3 for 29cCD lb. 79cmalade served tables of a dessert members course present.tit the Prize two America's Lowest Priced Eight

le Ice Box Jar r awards went to Mn, J. G. God-'

win and to Mrs. J. C. Wallace for

5 Ibs. 95c COOLAID,6botk respective high and second hlxh I
scores In Contract and to Mrs. W. i I,
g's MY-T-FINE N.- Mr.North and In Mrs."bingo.Vance" Geiger of You can pay more

!N FLAKES 15cILOUR PIE FILLING, 3 for 25c Bradley Jacksonville guests of were Mr. and Saturday Mrs. J.supper M.- con maker I One are are by twitching learning one, Amerlco'i that to V-8'i.this coitllest type Their of F OR: VDII8 b"but t you ""r'

, Monday Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Nix' engine |hurt can't b. beat for et-up-. can't buy better! I I
and their children Margaret and and-BO and fuel ravings. But whypay
LaFayette, returned from Georgia. I more for o V-8 wh.n Ford off.r. l''
Yellow 1.79 During the preceding week Or I you one of th. finest for hundreds r I
l 1.1. than mod II...? And benefit
and Mrs. Nix were In Augusta for,:
25 Lbs.t a meeting of the Georgia Medical" from Ford's 18 yeas experience .In. A"1 e LUi I
1b Association and their children building' V-8'.. I _, I

--" visited their grandmothers Mm! A 'Tett Drive"' will show you that 1e'' i

P&GSOAP,3io-; : D. M. Nix and Mrs. L. J. SharpeIn power 'Isn't the only reason. why cif ,

29c Commerce.Mr. owners or. convinced that you can't } t7}
and Mrs. Lester Roberts of buy b.tt.r than Ford. You'll up.r'f'

Lake Butler were dinner guests of ence th. to'., smooth stops of Ford's +rtiaf".s. IleiglllRI111 I
fK; KARO KIM Kaporated
Mr and Mrs. W. A. Knight at Double-Seal King-Size Brake You'll w )

29c noon Monday. feel the comfort of Ford'l Automatic
!UP 22c MILK, 3 tall for Mrs. J. C Wallace was th, Pasture Control. And you'll lid.

_ overnight guest of Mrs. Iiabel FM-: ford' quick, easy Key-Turn Starting. (k

F', fan Flat OIL : wards In Jacksonville Friday. : ....... {
Mr and Mrs. W G. Stringfellow ,
1 SARDINES 3 for 21c had a* their visitors: Wednesdays;
Butter 34c 'I New
nut Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rarklry and Advanced AUTOMATIC MILIACI MAKIR/ AUTOMATIC moo CONTROL 1

\ ... .,., '1' 6 : their children, Margo and Bob, of I With all their power and "p, Fard'i V-S and SI* engines) The road you s.. may b.rutted ... but .the road you /../ i.t. i
Jacksonville. ofUr penny-pinching livings. Ford'l Automatic Mileage Is _.... For with Ford'l new Automatic Rid. Control
.... of out of suspension. and shock absorber action le ,
Maker the lost ounce power every new spring
Swifts Silver Leaf 89 c Knight Last week spent Mr.their and vacation Mrs. W with A I(' .j drop of.qu.pas by matching. timing. la foci charges! continuously .adjusting to changes ki road .....dl........ j

ARD relatives at various Florida I

pure 4 Lb. Ctn. Included were visits with points.I!! New FOBDOMATIC* DRIVI '

t r, Mrs. J. L Johnson In Jacksonville '
I' H.r..Ihe n.w.A' .Ones. ), moil Menlble of all .the aufomanadrivei. Come in and "Test Drive" .
" Mr. and Mrs. Otis A. Knight In ....n ".uto",..IIe'* that's advanced ks.....Iop"'.....
Belle View and Mr. and Mrs. G. H offer "trigger-quick gttaway paulng. power when '

t.'chrY1EAT 47c BLACK PEPPER 19c < 1. Knight In Live Oak. 'I you want It end smooth|erb-free ,.rfar",...... the 51 FORD :

Mss e./ of e.0.. we'. F.<.....>. e..It.br..ra, V I e,''r.eW .
Plate Jim Dandy FREE .+wpm.M.entww//I.. .trim Mei,-fe f-fl...,.....-<... ;I'1

onnaise pint 47c GRITS, 5 Ibs. 39ciACON For Dead Prompt Crippled.FREE&Removalof Worth .

less Cattle. Horses, Mules, ANDREWS MOTOR CO. '
& lloict .

Good Srb.ked 3 9 C Call ALWAYS 132, StarkeWE COME I iJ

Madison & Adams Sta. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118 'I'I

Florida Renderers, t'
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is. ana n <>r moric lu or uivingston -- 0- ,
or before Hit County Florida t o-wit: HiSI' .
niKTIIS |I guests of Mrs. Mae Wells on Sun' the Mh circuit day of Court May,on 1951.; otherwlstth" Lute 4, s, 41, r. 8, e, 10 11. it: Truby& Uompany'a: Addition -I ". "
Brooker Growers Red Cross Total RECENT ; all'-g-atlimx' of said Comiilalnl U and 14 of llli.ek 10 of Livingston : to the 'Town! of Htarke, "j( \\.1",
day. loiircnaed, by Trilby A Company's Addition Section I 24. Township 6 South, ,.,
n you
will be laknn
of of Mrs O. VV, Brown of to the Town of Htarke. In Itange. S3 Erst, situate ,
PotatoesAt Nearing $2,000 Mr. and Mrs, Marcus Reddish Friends This nolk-n shall lie- published
Harvest i Florida,
the ': and former resident ot i .,n*.,, oai-lx "" .,,'k for four cunsecutlvHuuki SIM 21 Township t Mouth Uradford County ]'
Hellbronn Springs announce In the' CTadford Cuuniy TelviYa'ud Uan n 83 East, that the nature of alil suit and 1"1 d, ,
Good Price Bradford County's 1051 Red birth of their third -on, Phillip,i Lawtey. regret to know that she U I :' ". You and each of you are hereby I relief. sought I I. to establish
Croiis fund Is within hulling distance Allen. In the Gainesville Hospital 1 confined to St. Vincent hospital In this lIst day of April 1961... notified that .anult has been In* and confirm plnlntlFf'. title to for"
Bradford I I (OFFICIAL BhiAL! ) A. J. Thomas stunted In the circuit Court ofHradfnrct Brail I Iitn
Although other crape In of $2,000 and Miss Lillian mar We trust she will I Indefeasible, fee. simple ,
April 17. 1931 Before her :, Jacksonville. i I Clt-ik, of the Circuit Court County Florida In (Chan lands a. >l
County might not be fnrlni!! Stump. chapter treasurer I is hoping riage Mrs. Reddish was Melvene soon be home again. I|I By Haven Crosby Deputy. Clerk oery wherein Urndford County Development title thereto. and Bald to cancel title all an clouds right W,
I Inc. a Florida on plaintiff's
Brooke I 4t 5118 Enterprises
4,87 ,
BO .well farmers In the that someone will come along and Davis of the State Farm.LAWTEY. Mrs. Will\ Edwards presentedher I corporation, Is plaintiff and you title claim." Interest. and lien of said offoun
section are doing all right will contribute the $25 needed to make I 1t''I.1 "'0 .t PPM.tit and each of you. cud also Jessie IC.iIving'ton defendants and each nt them and AptIIt'll
In recital in the you and each of you are. hereby
music pupils a ta Circuit ('(urt. llrnilford County a widow Marie hIan.sker
their Irish potatoes. It hit the mark. .
1 auditorium on Wednesday r'hirlilai In Chancery.Jeannett anti, her husband K, O. Mansker required to file an appearance In
The harvesting aeason openet Recent Increases in the fund .Mllroy plaintiff vs. Lester Margaret Carter and her husband Mn 10'ourt\ and, cause on May 2*,
in tha afternoon. Those taking part were J. Alllrny, Defendant.Ca, Frank Carter, Emma: Itlchard, A.l>. I 1961. and within SO days thereafter
April 9> and so far growers have been as follows: $14 collected Jean HIatt, Terry and Ralph .e No. 84(10 a wlilow. and T. S. Williams, R wldnwer. to file your answer or pleading
loaded some 10.000! bushel: defendants that the. landsInvolved to the complaint In tha offtco
area has from the health unit ataff by Mrs \o'ir"pp..r. are : SimAlt ,
'ranged L.. II. Kutoh Futch, Betty Gaskins Johnnie In said. suit Is: of the undersigned Clerk oC said
have ai I To, Lester (l. .Mllroy, hose residence .
of puds. Prices Herbert Green; $10 brought In by -- Wall! Gary Bennett David and Is. Unknown. -Jol 4. 5. n. 7, 8, 9. 10. 11: 12: Court and serve a "I'y thereof. IOn .
high a.I $2.:SO per bushel and grosi Mrs. Worth Lamar from a war Moore. You are hereby notified that a '. I /
receipts are estimated at some veteran now a patient at Lake Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell" Kelley Gayle suit for Divorce has been filed, I. -. !,.tlt.
ol of Blaine Thompson Charlotte Tanner against you in the above named"
neighborhood( W. H. Edwards on
whale In City; $2.50 from Lincoln City; $2 Jackie Court and cause and you tire tequlred I
20000. from Starke residential; and $10 met week were Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Shirley Rosier Harley. 'I to servo a copy of your answer "

They also( started picking: beans from Florida Theatre. I Moore and children of. Starke and Mr'l Mary Futch Ana Maxine Wells Jones Mary and David Julia I on the or Plaintiff's pltmdtnir Attorney to the complaint, /.aoh" HI Owner after owner. }ear after yen ., :;,
around April! 16, with price repotted It is hoped that who( And Mrs. J. M. >..iiH7lns. 603-6< Lynch Hulldlntc.Jarkeonvtllo .
persons I of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs W. Browning. Florida. and file the
as high as $3 per hamper. have not yet contributed will send and iirlirlnnl I III the office of the Clerk
F. Moore. Mrs Louie Lee WainwrIght of the Circuit Court on or before the
their checks or cash to Miss
Starling and children of Gainesville\ were at- 24th day of May, 1 list: otlieiwlse all
ThursdayFor Stump and help get the total above Mr. and Mrs. Doyle of said Complaint will
Rites allegation*
services at the First Baptist ]
weekend I tending 'irs
$2,000.Five children: of Miami spent the be. taken as confessed by you. DODGE FOR

Mrs. McDaniel and until Thursday with hU I II church last Sunday morning.: This earn notice week shall for four be consecutive publlHHedinii
First church recently
The Baptist
VV. Star-
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. weeks In the Ifradford County Tele-
Mrs. Melliasla McDanlel 87 a Teams Enter conducted a very successful revival. (rsph.Hated.
Img.Rev. members baptized thin. 2l.t day. of April 1961.OFFICIAL. "
for the pas' Ten were
resident of Starke Softball League H. C. Hickman! of Union I ( S ,.H.) A.J. Thomas.cleik .
Tuesday afternoon at in a oapttsmai service at tne uf the Circuit (
year, her granddaughter Springs Ala. visited tne.e n' Air Park church Sunday P. M.\ By Haven Crosby.'D.Hltv, "IIurl//
home of
the Representatives of five teams odlst Sunday School last Sunday '&: U !

Mra. James Peterson. met Monday night for the forma- morning. Mr. Hickman is a former The W. It!. U. held Ita monthly I I rn 1'lie Circuit__Court___ O/Mlriidforil I I iEPEN) DAB I LITY I'

She was born on February 22 tion of a County Softball League pastor of the church and his social meeting at the home of Mrs 4 dImly .........1... In (hnnrrry,

1861 and had been a resident of' Teams entered are: FFA, Humph friends were glad to see him. J. E. Wall on Tuesday afternoon of Pradfnrd Countv. Development\ E'\-I
She was .week. !l'l! print, In... .Plaintiff YH 1' "
last I 'n\l'1
for yeara. Shuford Service Station
Bonifay many reys Gold Mr. and Mrs Howard Miner and ltl'harJs. a widow. et al, D"reud-I
a member of the Methodist Church State Maintenance Shop and State son, Butch of Jacksonville and Mrs. Pearl Hem and Miss Linda ant*. I

Surviving Is one eon J. M. Mc- Farm. Frank Wells and Carrodlne of Tampa are visiting ._ Order of Publication' and Mntlce hi iltpenr / IOIE3Jj
:MIst Mr. and Mrs. .\ The ..,.... of .''<'rliln TwlAmcvllne .
Daniel of Starke; a daughter.' Another meeting will be held In daughter Nina of Jupiter Springs Mrs. Heln's mother Mrs. Enoch Wellor, If alive' and If I

Esther McDaniel of Went Florida; the Agricultural Building on April were Sunday guests of Mrs. Effic Grirris who Is quite sick at this dt'ud her unknown: heirs, devisees' ,I LOXGERC
and other ij
and two sisters Mrs Marme Johnson 30 at 6 p. m. Officers will be elected Miner and Miss Mary Ann Wells. writing. Mrs. Griffin' friends hope ants irranteos to the creditors hereinafter deseilliPdlands .. 1111"I I I II

and MtAR Molly Perkins, both and final plans drawn up for Mrs. D. B. Harley and son. Tom that she will soon be up and about I or against claiming.: her' ;; the by. unknown through: under hair.i / I

of Bonifay. tho opening date of play. my are spending some time with again. devisees. Hrrantees creditor and _
Funeral services were held In Texas. other claimants to the hereinafter. _
relatives In Honey Grove, Buster Bennett who Is employed -

(,the DeWitt C. Jones chapel Thursday with VBS Institute Mrs. Harley and Tommy ac- at Melbourne spent the week described under or aarnlmit.Itt' nde. claiming any or by.through all ;n. W::1 __ "Me a, ,

afternoon! at one o'clock wards of Deland who were motor- end with his wife and other relatives. Livingston .deceased. Mary T. Wll-
Rev. L. D. Hamen officiatIng Interment Held llama. deceased Kate. Livingston also ,-I
ThursdayA companied Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ed% known an Kate J. Livingston d..-
4 was In Crosby Lake Cem Ing through and Invited them to go 1 ii..aifd. Emetine, Livingston, deceased _
etery.CLASSIFIE1. meeting of the Gainesville In rirrnlt (Court Bradford County.Klorldni f...., :Morgan deceased. Lee. Morgan -i -
along. la Chancery. Jr. deceased' ; The Florida t.and
District Vacation Church School Mrs. Don Jones and daughters, Frances Johnson Hart Plaintiff. -vsHollis and Imtnlffrntlon; : :c i>mpany of Florida : -! 's
Institute was held la the First Park Hart Defendant. not known to be existing or '
Kathy and Brenda of Orange dissolved and Its' unknown sue.eo'eora _
Case No.- 83MOrder. _
I D Methodist jphurch Gainesville were dinner guests of the Carl! Of Publication "ad Notice. '!'<. trustees stockholders and I _
Tuesday evening. Those attendIng Carters last Sunday. .\pp".. S'r A'('.] UK FLOIIID.t Tin other claimants. to the hereinafterdescribed 'fluvht
claiming bv$ .1 ALE
K. fMrs. Mr II Ills Hart whose. residence antiaddra.s lands
from Starke were Mra. E. a
I Effle Miner and granddaughter through under or against It: Florida
Homestead !50 Is: 1108 Williams $tre.t.i'al.cagoula .. ,. .. .__ _
Nelson Miss ,
S.ALI-Tury Perryman Mrs. Green Land nnrl Immigration Company '
1 FOK -
Wells MI... -------- ---- .
Boron. land fur pasture. 4t undi Green and Mrs. Titus Ol Miss Mary Ann : a dissolved Florida corporation and -. _" :3't Y "A,a
fence. Plenty Umbttr, Come. tuipentlna pleta were business visitors to Jacksonville You are required to appear, on I lIe unknown successors, trustees. ,. I. ely,,,
May 1. 1951, In the. above tan.eiCourt j, aIa- .
trees. ready. to no. iMrt' son. officers and other claimants to the -" that i i,,,,
for about 30 cows. meuKaraite. .. on Saturday. and cause, wherein. plaintiff; hereinafter described 'lands claimIng ,
barn ..
7-room bungalow oompl..t. Another meeting of the VBS Institute Mrs. E. E. Barthlow and Mrs. eeeks divorce, and custody and eon-i I' bv. through under, or against Ovarags dr,9, _
..lid in Palatka Thursday trot of minor child.I Bradford CountyTelaraph and all claimIng out
.. bath. mm water heater was held Elbert Green of Mlddleburg wereL. It: and anv persona ;
$ tank 1 ml. from churchea ..nd 1 10 1:45 at the Methodist u.rh publish: this Order l lat I line rlwlit[ title lien or Interest. |I '"
from to : and still all the
In weekly lasuee. not
school. I'rlce $?,5UI>. payabl neat In 'r' ta th. follow/Ing describedlands I You could pay up to $1,000 more get -sari
4 f3,6l down bal small monthl Church. Among those in attendance Matthews Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Witness my hand and official seal situate In Htarke: Bradford

payments Elisabeth at 6 percent Terry Interest J.U.WKO were Mrs. J. R. wain.: Mm. Hunter and Mrs. Titus' Ollon. !- (OFFICIAL Starke, Florida 1 SEAl.)this A.April J. ThomaslAs 4, 1951 'I extra room, riding comfort and rugged dependability of Dodge

Contact /j-
Fla. after S p. m. on school dayitti. wrjght; Mrs. T H. Slade Mrs. K. Clerk of eald I Court:
By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk II
T. Frank Landrum Stark. Florida Alt..Tile WORD of owners who There's' a safe. rigid all-steel body, SpKlfkofemMJDrv

FOR 8AI.K-Standard brick walla of _Atty for fit. 4,1 i 4 l &,27In Ravenous? T know Dodge value and dependability rubber-mounted to eliminate rattle

old building In Hampton. ApproxImately from actual: experience. "No and squeak.
Will sell at Circuit Canrt. Hradford Couslr, '
4 DOM brick.d. P. Wadaworth Florldai In I banee-ry. Try One of Our T-Bone major repairs in four years' driving" New Safer, Smaatncr Rid.
barxaln. "After another make
21 .121| Theodore It. Iladerlck Plaintiff vs. driving
Hampton. Ultra Kaderlck, Defendant.. 1 Steaks! Jess than a year, I'm back with Dodge Orlflow Shock Ab10rbePf95"" ')
,..... No. 8199: "IIoaL" roads '1'111I
WILL KEEP!: CHILDREN 5 dayweekly Dodge again""Driven my Dodge you over' stop
while mother works. L Order Of Publication And Retire TAppear 150.0UO\ miles' and its still going other' cars cushion vital chassis

Reasonable rntes. Write Mrs P. U M Hoi.r.<. ___ oiga Kaderluk MTATK' whose OK r'l.OHIUV residence'lo Is Just Hungry? strong." These are not unusual comments against road shocks nuke
Fla. see
or DOD
Kdwards, N. Water St. Unknown: In letters' we receive from years' longer.
1>r> HI.'4 -- You are required to appear on Try One of Our Dinner Dodge owners' coast-to-coast. Take 5 minutes to check Dodge
May 28th 1861 In the above named
...." starts with a pendability in long life. extra com
steady Income CI "S..d. Court and ouuse wherein plaintiff Dodge dependability'
WHAT ARE PT.AN8 for If 0l0tW, ...... seeks divorce. Hradford County Specials heavy rugged frame a "GetAway"engine fort and safety.low.colt maintenance / (f FiVe Mwtali
Ttawlelffh liuslness .. .
? A .
hard to bent lila line, well eatab Cft Carriage, "T.ble'.d $ 95 Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn "speed-proofed"' to resist and gas economy. Come in today Drive If for r.|

llshed In Bradford County, timkei Owiel c....... 79 next. four weekly. Issues. ? wear. designed to be a miser on gas. for the complete Dodge story.
rood profits No experience required < _ _ ,.,.... Co.", WItness my hand and official seal Just Lunching
Write today for Infor- _ _ Pt..hc, 0.,....., at 1951 Htarke Florida. thin April t 19th,
started. Raw.lalahi' pc..I c.
matlon l how>ept.to FAD-270-JB2.vet Memphln (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Try One of Our Tempting -STARS OF SHOW BUSINESS SHINE -"SHOWTIME: : t tl.S.\" ABC-TV !M?

; T>nn 4tn CItE' ///;'' Jill}' By Haven As Crosby Clerk of Deputy said Clerk Court Sandwiches!

housekeeper to Ray Molden.. Helden tlda 1 .. Daytona
WANTED- Soe Dr each.. Florida.. J. Fo
*t once. Roberts Mot
stay. Jonea on .premises Tit. 1, Hox 10 I<..wtev., r Attya. for Pit. .. 427| 4t, 6 U Not Hungry?

Sip 64| .
01""T .
Fla. G. J. McGRIFF !%f'rl TO A PPK,\It y ,- .

FOR SAtM-ttaer.a] Anti Clarke 2stnryhnuse In Florida Circuit| I. toart.('aasr.y llmdfurd,. Count. Then Try'a Cup of Our .'HONE 69 S STARK!

2-stnry ahout hU 8 Toll lid In" *from on all-ft. Int 113V.; Call St. Starke Katie Lee Taylor. Plaintiff vs. Leebdward Delicious Coffee! .
Also WII.. ; Taylor Defendant.Case .
Conk on Temnl Wsldn' Ave. atn.I4FOR %ell.. Ti. (pppr. No. 1401 Whatever your desires in I

apartment ah"pnr'h. To: Lee Kdward Taylor whoaeresidence the line of food we can
TlF.NT-2 rnnm
.... conveniences' Is Unknown.You I
All rn satisfy you. give usa
and stors. Alsditmrnstalrs ; are hereby notified that a
near. post nfflne Annrtmnt. 2he4ronlU suit for Divorce has been filed trial.
T.srvestn avalnst. you In the above namedCourt I
sleenlnar, "nr. llvln1room
fHinleninnd and cause. and you are required -
rtlnlnaroom and ele." to serve a copy of your answer II
WHnhen AnneLaCr..ta TtHer*.s9tr Office Suoplies I or pleading. to the complaint" II I
Apts. Keystone .
4HT'V nn the Plaintiff Attorneys. Itoth.I
I slain A Warren too Smith' Building.
Jacksonville.. Florida and file the I
original In the office of the Clerk of NEW LOCATION

a II nm.nC........... -T1.4.a'U'"lIflea'uona't ............. I .
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*. U enrt c*. a......mntConrt .. I
Wtarke. Mndlsnn.

Pine, rypress orHirdwV TIE 8.Lt.TElU: : F.LItKKT II I
: TO FUT Central
,,,!. 1'ay hlKheet. price II. L.*. \V.\TTKKSOX': ElllTOnSD Florida Gas S
In lump sum.
Htumpeil Lake".r Butler Ha.COMPOStTR PfltLISIIEK O.F TUB DfNKDIN !
Kearce. Atp 5''!

TKM: Meal, for. small huslneiieFverythlnic IN IllS PAPER EACHVF.KKl: DRIVE-IN I
YOU need In one book >"THK W'NEDIV TIMES ACCEPTS .
at Bradford CounlY I j Co.
5. e -
.l.low', ..... NO HEKR.: WINK: OR RESTAURANT ,

A..lea... LIQI'OU ADS. IN ANY FORM.: I j
OKNU1SF plnnts.!, .Indlca branched Formosa. and well t AND RESERVES TilE RIGhT Mrs. W. II. Noegel
Small rooted T I"........ 100 for ST.5: 211 TO REJECT ALl. ADS. IV Gene Noegel
for 12: S to 10 Inch' plants ,
plants 9175 oar d"i...". "an'.T."o"l.HRt.VFIIRR' You'll Sou. WHICH REFERENCE: TO ANY U. S. Highway 3Jl( 241 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
25e to 85. each ALCOHOLIC BE'EUAG.S1. :
ens Nt'HfKRVVJnrleton "The best-wrltlnz IS I
A/.AI.P.A OVRDENS & Near Farmers' Market
Fla' :\ .%D F.."
fountain I
pen COPIED: FROM: APRIL Starke, Fla
Two j
FOR TlFNT-f'.bI" furnished ever used. GAINESVILLE FLA.
rooms. shower hotwater heater.refrigerator. "FLO.R1DA GOOD NEWS") ,
Plnehiiret. Tourist
Court. Keystone Highway fit".k". 7. .. '
4tp RI4 2.00tc ,

-lIft IS up.tihoppe.orders Phone taken S8-J.at L>ahm"r tf s ..,, POINTS REPLACEABLE Complete Line Building Materials .

-1.. FOIl ONLY 35c
FOIL HAL.P.--48 acre farm and i- I
dory house. about 3 lnll N from A Wide Of Visit Our
Htarke Also t.storv bultdlnir on. NOW ON HANDincluding tj'I;': ,." ,"J..J Store on These Days
60-ft. lot on Temple. Ave Contact To Suit Every Taste w.
UA fook. Wal.lo. Htp 5'4'
z4 f L..1Ii..
WANTIl--ftIIabIe. man. with car A ..
Ihsurance, route
for vicinity Hturke and Lnwtey. Hal-. ... JOHNS MANVILLE
cry and ,oinmlMnltin., Write P. ()

r lox Interview.tal or Phone 5H11 4lX7 HalnesvllWfor 2tp 614 SIDING & SHINGLES VALUABLE GIFTS

fnr an Insurance debit In Pntutka.Kla .
For. All
for .th.A rlirht wonderful man Phone opportunity M171 or -- and other standard lines 1'.,: it I' f HousewivesAnd

..,,1al 100 South Main !Ht.! Innalnctvllle
\ a n,. ami II.4 Estimates: furnished all
Ix-tween cheerfully
ie ... ,......... I." Balloons for the Children

-. 41.4 Repair Work and Building \
FOR ......
t '>!II! 14H-W Itp

FOR 11KNT--:r-room; If ura"e apt. :S : PRIZES will be given on
: Starke Builders away to those who register
h..lr..oll.tll... bath a..s stove, { SupplyALSO
water .hvetfr Next dour tn Cnlon-
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lot B'"t tw i Our Opening DaYBDaF"

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ford Co Teleicrnph >!4tark.. PRIZE A MAGIC CHEF RANGE
"n 11 Tuxedo Feeds in Print Bags

p ,,'. "" .,.1I:1>_A (rood reliable man Cci 1 .; -- 2ND PRIZEA MIRROR.MATIC cOO<
enpnlyuii...iners with flawl.IihJ" Laying Mash Broiler Bitty Bits .
"'?ducM Wrt"" Rawlelr's Pept NUMILIEDgdteucooA
FAD-Z79-I2T Memphlii Icon.ptnney.r.wnn.ntna.. pDllIlS

Up \'t Starter Grower & Developer I- C

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.. ..n.n..."....""H APH... ACmnr Special Offer of
P.. .......fiFe.' ..--.--...... r o%' Dairy Feed $4.50 per 100 lbs. a FREE Gas Installation and
tItl.p.e I' I
It .......l.<.. ...... fttarhe Cylinder of Pyrofax Gas FREE with Each

I .flUW.'OllU fOuNrsC, p35C N. C. Corn $4.00 100 lbs. Purchase
MAI.B: HKT.P: WAVTEP.2 Itnm.dI.j per of Gas Range or Servel Refrigerator
ate openings for reliable men to
...a1on '...", .r.. Wonderful ot>- FOR SitU AT on the Above Dates.

portuntty.experience $1S reotitred tn ISO In Permanent.Vr" a day. No. : Full Line of Wilson & Toomer Fertilizers Opening .

\ tndv, M'SEI'4R COMPAMTT I Bradford County
>ei.* A. 're.nort. Ill itp R4!

WANTnd.' sober barber 1 Telegraph FEED
nay. 1(. per-ent nolr.-' COME ONE ALL:1
H P trt T. 11 Alta-Vleta 10'n..ook..II1" COME
r\n\ ito KI4JlFFRtOKnATOn I
/ Fla.
FOR 11.\LF.'t
tlervet I r"k ar. .,,! k-,>nilltlon Bee .
at 600 Madison or Call Mre. Crow- .
son 2*.


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