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: May 11, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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rawn annually by some on a matching basis. .I Freak Windstorm Boards Want Call StreetWIDENED !
are clients In Bradford In Bradford County there are Survey

un ill be materially cut if S31' clients receiving aged assist-1' Blanding

>prlatlons bill now before anne average $40.30 per month

of Representatives la If the House bill passes thla would

g,. fat cording to a .tatement have to be cut to an averagu of Tumbles Block Wall Mean Much
In a resolution panned at a was unanimously adopted May
L. B.: Hurt chair- J32.SO Mrs. Burt aaid. i
Jean ailed\
mooting of the City Council
District Five, Welfare There are 303 receiving Aid to'' I, if this propound, widening pro. ,
lam Saturday! a resolution wall I jt''t la approved, It would connect
Dependent Children for To !
mine committee has recom- an average of $31.50: payments per month. i' Kill LaborerConsiderable passed requesting the State Road:.with the pending widening of I Or Nothing At All
Department to widen Call Street ,
This Temple Avenue north to the
? appropriation of $32.- would be cut to $.10, Mrs from I j
? the intersection of Temple
tin State funds for wel- Burt said. The average grant of ." northerly city limit, and .would<
during the next the 23 Bradford Countlans recclv-' Damage Avenue east to the Intersection of result In the widening of U S.

ratioN beginning July *" The ing Aid to the Blind would be Caused By Twister School Board Walnut Walnut Street Street, from and also said to wld..nI Inter. 301 through Starke( from north to I'Eight Installations

tare Board had requested trimmed from an average of $43,SO section south city IImlta.| Circuit Court Being ConsideredFor
south to the southerly city
Budget to $37 month the chairman Last FridayOne
Rt,7; and the State per limits '' All'! tI 0 n was pa-ised j

lion had recommended pointed out Names Teachers The resolution was Introduced by the Board of County Comml" I I, I Future Use
Mrs. Burt Bald that the figures
l 18. man was killed and another hy Councilman, P. I.. Bridges, and I, sloners Monday. Closed Friday !
int said that on a stateis showing cuts are baaed on the Injured last Friday afternoon Camp Blending. together with
( Old Age Assistance overall reduction in available as ',
Aid tolit funds. There will be some the result of a freak wind. Appointment of teachers for the I I seven other former Army installations .
: :-lit 20 percent; Commissioners Ask Rotary And Lions '
p Children 24 percent; I ents who may not be reclPI-1 I Lee Q. Thomas, negro laborer 1131-R2! school term occupied the I' 'I I The!' spring! term of Circuit Court will be surveyed by the Department -

to the Blind 16 percent, because their needs are well\ above died almost instantly aa! the went attention of the School Board at That Brownlee Road To Play Donkey, closed here last Friday with the of the Army for full and

the maximum allowed by State I wall of the Its regular meeting here Monday first degree murder conviction of complete Information
resent appropriation reSrhanged. unfinished factory The Survey Be ExtendedAt Bicycle GameTwo I Claude on all facilities
following recommendations James McCool and Marlon
That la because law. and who do not have Incomeor building on which he was working for which might be required at
teacher .
ately 60 percent of the other sources I collapsed. Foreman E. E. Henderson celved appointments were re its regular/ meeting held different shows that have S. Corbin charged with the deathof a later date.
; from the Board of Trustee Claude Beaver on March 3.
received Injuries and another i of Special Tax School District here Monday, the Board of County been making thousands laugh The defense counsel was given This Information was contained!

ruck Answers Funeral SundayFor but workman was unhurt.was blown off a scaffold One and confirmed: I Commissioners the was advised that throughout the country for several 13: days by Judge A. Z. Adklns In In a Telegram received by the
survey crew
now survevimr Telegraph this week
County personnel: Jean S. years will be presented In a which to prepare a motion for a and signed
of Town Mrs. The I the
ut: Conway, unusual "blow" occurred at Thomas, music: Blanche Hammond right-of-way of the Brownie new trial.! This time will bo on by Sen. Spessard L. Holland. Sen.
Week Time Resident approximately 3:30: p.m. Friday. It school road had been Instructed to, work combined version at Bradford up George Smothers and Rep. Charles -
During Long lunch supervisor Saturday May 19. and If the
[ I IMrll. reportedly arrived from the direction only between Conner Bridge and Park the night of Kay 23. motion Is 1 U.: Bennett
Bradford Judge Adklns
County High School: State Road :
iHldence of E. E. Green onBe Barbara Elois Conway, 80, of Lawtey ripping rooftopsand J. C. Hobba, Madge Whigham, I 223. One of these events, Donkey will probably sentence the men at "Thla does not necessarily Indicate

Farm highway, burned widow of Joseph E. Conway, died taking a few trees and signs Delene Woodham, Eva E. Anderson Inasmuch as the secondary road Ilamiball & Thrill Circus featuresthe that time or shortly thereafter. re-acqulaltlon or reconstruc

ir' surrounding property In a Jacksonville hospital Friday as It came. Oliver J. Edwards Nina R. resolution, recently adopted requested Gold Award donkeys. It Is' A majority of the Jurors Bit tion of these I Installations. ," the

maged about 5:10: a. m.Are May 4, shortly after being admit- Contractor J. M. Edwards build Bishop Ruth S. Frailer Kdna S. that the entire road from owned by Jack Bartlett of Gainesville ting on the case here last week message stated.

ted.Mrs. er of the future Big Dad Manufacturing Prevail. Anna B. Devlin Nathalie Starke to Conner Bridge be setout who says that "it Is the show recommended mercy for McCool' I All of the installations, except

Department,, answered Conway was born near, Company building, explained R. Reid. Helen C. Malone Lucille for as the next secondary road that other donkey companies. try;'I and Corbin. Life Imprisonment Is. Standing are outside of Florida.

put did not receive word Klngiley Lake In Clay County on that the wind came C. Payne. Audrey Newman L. H. construction, the clerk was Instructed to Imitate", and has never been''I the customary sentence for flrat I III Washington Tuesday Senator

fire was in such an ad- January 30. 1871. She was the through the only partially finished Gibson Della Ronenberg, Hazel ,of the to contact the chairman seen in Starke, The latent laugh-; '': degree murder with a recommendation -' Holland Introduced a bill to trans,
State Road .
stage that the dwelling daughter of the late RevJ L. W west wall causing Its collapse. Cressler, Charlie P. Cowen, H. B. Department and maker however la the baseball. of mercy fer 40,710 acre of land In the

gt be saved Origin of the Klckllter well-known minister Worker Thomas was killed as the Ingram, Jr., Kdna: M. Hart, Leola tlnued request to,that Stark the... survey be con- game played on square wheel blcyrlea | McCool and porbln are now bi"- Blundlng military reservation to

not determined. who was the pastor of Baptist I stone piled on him. F. Roberts. Justine Pellum AlmaS. and oklfashloned bikes of !log tie],| in the new county jail the State Armory Board.

i churches In this section for around Foreman Henderson received Sheppard. :Madge P. Middleton, A committee from the Junior the vintage of grandad's day. I I I awaiting sentence. The bill would, provide that

ivner carried a $1,500 in- 60 years. Her mother was the late compound fractures In one foot. Marilyn J. Crosby Carl Roberts,1[IVoman's Club. combating of Mrs. The most unusual angle how Ray Bell a defense witness who Florida could not colt the land. anti

.bollcy on the house. Pauline Jones Klckllter. He was operated on Monday bya Ellen Law. W. M. Scrusgs, Jr.|,,0 J. Edwards Jr.. Mrs. T. C. ever. Is that the Uons Club has I[.was Jailed' during the trial fol It could be taken back In a national -

14 o'clock Tuesday after- Mrs. Conway was a resident of bone specialist In Jacksonville, Verna J. Demoreat Mona A, Ca-I iHaxcii. Jr., and Mrs. Al K. Car- challenged the Rotary Club to a 'contempt of court, was released emergency

{ d'partment wall called to Jacksonville from 1930 to 1945 Edwards said. nova Lillie M. Bridges Erneatine' the llxle.old requested suitable space in game using both bicycles and .after three days: In jail. I

I Lake where a muck and I but the rest of her life was spent The men had been constructingforms McRae. Eunice Searing, Ethel O.Senell county jail building to donkeys. The Rotarians having aerepteii '' Eugene Hoffman, negro. was Council RequestedTo

e Wall endangering aever- in or near Starke. In preparation for the pour- Muriel C. Gay, Cleo R. An- adequately house the public libra- and have picked the blcy- I sentenced by Judge Adklns to 23:

Surviving are two daughters. Ing of pilasters for the unsupport. drews. V. R. Ferguson Ruble Mae Club ry now situated In the Woman's vIes leaving the Lions to their years In prison after he pleaded Pave StreetsAt

[believed that the blaze Mra. Ruby Conway and Mrs. Paul ed wails when the wind struck. Perkins' W. T, Coram, Jr.. building woes and tribulations. guilty to second degree. murder

(hrough the alow-burning ine Thomas of Starke; five 'sons, Edwards! said that the men would Blanche Edwards Marlon A. The committee was advised that The Donkey Show Is the same! He had been charged with first the regular meeting of the

pm a trash fire on the W.m Lacy and Edwin Conway of have been unharmed had the blow Payne, Willie Mae Den ton. Muriel tentative plans called for the that recently played In Gainesvilleto degree murder In connection with City Council last week a committee

property Sunday.s Starke. E. K. Conway Jackson- occurred earlier. They were not S. Norman. Kate D. Sheppard. county agricultural agent, the the largest crowd ever to be In the slaying of his mother Daisy composed of S. E. Sparks T.

not discovered. until ville, William L. Conway, States- working on the fateful walls that Martha W. Futch, Evalyn D. Cooper county home demonstration agent Harris Field. Riley at Sampson City on Nov. C. Jfar.cn. Jr., A, J. Thomas Jr..
Es le and the Welfare Board to have M. F. Haxen and A, D.
morning. Crosby the ember 10 Crosbyrequeateii
.lUcli time Ga. Leonard W. -
| aftetr boro, and In addition to the
entire lower floor Bicycle &I ,
that favorable
but that action betaken
read, uurning the wood- Callahan; two brothers. Lacy Lawtey Junior High School: no Donkey Baseball dame John Frazier, negro. who had
commitments a bicycle
had the
on the A. Z. Adklns Klckllter Stuart. and J. F. Kick- Post Office ClosedAt Joyce T. Futch, Thomas L. Casey the second been made conCorning safety demonstration will be presented pleaded guilty to 8 lJIlult' with In- owners on for petition of property
floor. paving on
| from the lake almost to liter Starke; two sisters, Mrs Jr., Bonnie G. Jones, Doris A. During the discussion Including the right and tent to commit mniuiliiughtcr, received Street. Lafayette

)>ge. It had alao spread Jt. A. Cunningham. Sanford, and New River; Simpson Annie L. Morgan Eunice suggestions were made, various wrong way to ride bicycles In a suspended sentence.In The Council advised the delegation I''

inly close to the Graham I*(I' Mrs. T. E. Strange Palatka; 23 Revenue Too Low W.Roberta.Kelly, Melba S. Partin, Jewell them being one to allow, the among club traffic. Every boy and girl who a civil case trial lust week that due to the urgent need
and wind was carrying it grandchildren and three great has bicycle I. $705 damage was awardnd< to William -
I 1 to build a suitable building on a asked to register for additional power In the light
Ward the E. L. Matthews grandchildren. The New River post office is no Brooker Junior High School: tie northeast corner of the court. It. decorate It. and have It In shape C. and Lola McRa Ruckerof j plant and sower extensions In certain .
I Funeral .services were. held at Loca WhlUBB.\ Martha K. Parker Braden ton who were suelng Joe
\ I Ionipt more house lot. compete for prizes and awardsin sections of town. that It was
action. of the local.i f a o'clock Sunday afternooa In the In a letter Jo the Telegraph, last Hazel Harnell Johpnie Roe. Green, ,',{J;o final noluUon. of the a safety test, .. ,.' I Brown for $15,000 maHer
which fearl 1\\(. Cain. result of an automobllo l, accidenea.L&wteyt !
Church Was
Itl J' elaHd whetemlgfltn r'rAIrpartc' Baptist ,weele. ,ftep. Chan. B. Bennett stated I arrived at, however! and it The combined Den key A Escapades -, In November 1949. Bro'wn be postponed until these items
a fire of serious she was a ember. The pastor. Heilbronn Elementary was laid taken
i very advised School: over for further discus of the Oar Nineties Show were care of.
that he the Post
wall by had entered
ins on the thickly settled Rev. L. G. Hemingway officiated, Beatrice! C. Futch Louise C. Crosby slon. will be presented at the high a counter suit fur It was felt, however that withIn -

|re of the lake assisted by Rev. L. D. Halnes and Office Department that the New Mattie N. Ellis. Salaries of the tractor operators school athletic field Friday night, I 1000. the next six months It would ba

the choir of the First Baptist River office was discontinued as Hampton Elementary School: and bridge foreman In the Road May 29, at 8p. m. either No damage were awarded te possible to take favorable actionon

ing Permits Church. of the close of business on April 3. Louise Raulerson, Dorothy Swan- Maintenance Department were party In a suit and counter the paving of streets.

; Interment was In the family plot 1951, and that It Is not contemplated bom. raised $3 per week and the salariesof I suit between Gustafson's Diary The delegation! agreed with the
Brown, manufacturer of In Prevatt Cemetery. with DeWittC. that It will be reopened., R. J. JoJ. High School: Benjamin the common laborers and of the, Lee Crews, I and Victor R. Guarlno. Each had Council that the power plant and

Jrwelry, has been Issued a, Jones Funeral Home In chargeof J Williams Mildred, Paul Jerushaj' I courthouse Janitors were raised Former Prison Guard I sought; to collect damages as the sewer linen were more important
The Postmaster General i result of truck colllnlon south of
gave $::1.CO a and should be attended to first.
Emit for an addition to his arrangements. V. Anglln Elmer Shell, Mable per week
i Alton road. II Active pallbearers were E. W. the following reasons for the closing Jenkins, Kathleen Greene M A further, consideration of Buried Monday i iRobert Starke annie time ago. Brnwnrd Akerldge; appeared before -
Freeman of the office: E'I salaries II I Tw other civil cases" were set the Council asking for
odellng permit has been Hayes, L. G. Powell Frances Jenkins. Thelma wan laid over until hear per.mit'Isin

i Paul Newsome, Lafayettee Register, Sr., A. J. Thoma. Sr., "Receipts of the office for the Lillie S. Williams. Altamease ing begin.nn the 1091-.13: bud_..re..... Lee Crews 56, a former fur Monday, June 4. These are: to rent two parking meter

amount of $800. O. O. Webb and P. 1\!. Barefoot. calendar year 1950 were 168 while Chandler Arlethla Nathan. Mrs. Mattie P. Gahagan requested -, guard at the State Prison, riled j Arthur H an-i Ruth F Hull v.... spaces for use aa a taxi stand on

,; the postmaster's salary was some street grading In !! SlIt'U''
I $26160 plus one longevity Increase Lawtey Training School: Sallle { Cahagan's subdivision and the! hospital after a long Illnesa. Ifl' j Balla' bill of complaint alleges The city attorney advised -

ord High Shut Out Of Tournament 5-0 or $277.83. This amount C. Price Annie B. Anderson. road supervisor was Instructed \\ Crews was a native, of Flnrldn I, "poor workmanship and negligent the Council that It had no

plus an allowance of 41.67 for Zeporah P. Jennings Mildred, E to do the grading as noon and moved<< to Jiicknonvllle eight construction" on the part of the authority tn< rent parking meter
ilatka as
St. Go To Finalshits Walker. pos
Augustine rent" light, fuel anti equipmentwill ,I III bIt'. years ago from Starke. Ho was a defendant, nn. a building constructed spaces.Councilman.

11 bo saved. In addition to the Hampton Training School: Suz-t;' The supervisor was' also member of Lanes. Avenue Baptist for the It,11) II Uftll. W T Jackson re-
and St. Augustine ad- in one and a third Innings!
Jo the finals of the North- and O'Connell 5 hits In five and above amount there will be an anna D. Williams. I| rd to Hear a suitable rl h rt"III"Rt-1 Church, Jacksonville. j Oran Puppan vs. Cecil Whlteh qunsted, that the City Clerk pub-

Dilon of the East Florida two-thirds Innings. AmJerson, PKY additional, savings of $31.30: by Wateruak Elementary: School: needed. In reopening and widening 1< Survivors Include hla wife, f ,'ad. damages aought aa the result lush a list of major expenditure
,deducting two miles from the star Alice Marie Wilson 'the channel of I\rrs'l' of a highway acclilunt. near madu by the Council for the pastIS
Ye Alligator Creek Annie Laura Crews
In the two
here Wednesday when starting pitcher, went out ; \ ,I
I route that travels from Lake City Thurston from. Luwtey several years ago months.
: the
Inline I Elementary School: city limits of Starke In '!
nipped P. K. Yonge top of the 4th Inning givingup terM Mrs. J. W howell of Dnytonn .
Ian to Pttlatka. Meloneaae Taylor. an easterly direction to the east'' The case of State of Florida vs. A. f> Troshy sugKcMteil to the>
afternoon game, and 5 hits and S runs. Larson( re-i out that there Hide of the R. R. Prevail Beach and Mrs Dave MorrIs Leroy Collins. was pasned for thin Council that the question of takingoff
J shut out lief hurler creditable ball! I It was pointed A letter of resignation was received farm toCoflflc't
Bradford pitched
High of Jacksonville of court. Colluia 'In" charged all ad valorem taxes be placed>
William term
real need for with the ; nans. ;
Is nightcap. giving up only 2 hits and 2 runs appeared to no from Mrs. .'es le L. Young. previously widened I
Dullart the ballot
li'i Wess 3 the post office since a Rural Free General Supervisor, Bradford portion of the creek at that ,L., Joseph R, and Robert HCrawN. with killing of Sherman on In ttia coming election -
GHflHon hurled In his Innings.
Ev be In
I niiln I In Lincoln City on Christmas to held September.
Delivery route runs right throughthe .
Schools. I
ball County r all of Jacksonville and I
j at the I
Tornadoes Palatka and St '
Thursday night .
Robert R. I
town. Snead anil Dohren W.
I Davis and Bud Beckett Augustine played but the outcomewas A leave of absence was requested I Alvin V. Crewa IT S Army; Air ]
Bennett states that anyone and 'I Wlirgert of Dnytona Peach met IMPORTANT FACTS VETERANS'
to Rep. granted to Mrs. Emma P.
jble touch his pitches ; not known at press time. The with the Hoard, and submitted Force; three sisters, Mrs Oscar II
wishing to protest the closing of Hill of the school the1'I I a
Lawtey for
jzen. Tornado I
pitcher was, winner will meet the winner of the proposal for compiling all necea- McCormick Jacka'iDvllle.frll.. AND SERVICEMEN'S INSURANCENSLI
the office should write ,
jfrr 4 hits, home post purpose of attending college toj
a run by Southern Division tonight ( Friday! I
Office ,' nary Information and preparing a j Aver and Miss '
Ind I to the Pout Department complete work for a degree.A I Cox Gainesville
a triple by Gllsson. a so-called "free GI 5-yeur Term April 1, 1913.
for the conference championship D. C. and send him' complete new sot of maps and 'II The Insurlloce"I I
|>y Reid avid a single by' If Palatka won Thursday night Washington. letter. letter was received from the, plats of the county for an approximate -,'I Maggie Crews, Highland, three bill became law on April 21: 1051. and let It lapse at discharge. He

Hazen set down 11 by II the final game will, be played here I a copy of the ] Advisory Committee of the RJK'' cost of 3370. The brothers, Glenn Crew Plant City I, with, the signature of the Presidentof may not reinstate his Insurance 1

II. walked 7 men, and 2'' If St. Augustine 'was victor, the Mrs. Mana Wiggins was postmaster High\ School requesting that all\ proposal wall laid over until a Marion Crews, Lriwtey, all'} Andrew the United States Known as the I since the 8-year period expired, at

|v being hit. Gllsson show-I|I final will be played In St. Augu.iI of the office. teachers appolntixl. on their faculty later date. I < Crews, Lake Butler. | Servicemen's' InoVmnlty and midnight. March 31, 1931:

control, striking out 14 I be required to live In the community of 11131, the law In.//
tine at their demand. An approved estimate of the Funeral services were held at surance Arts 3. Veteran Green applied for

ling 2 tree bases on balls, I I I The BHS boys put the Ice on Funeral Sunday for at leant all of the cost of obtaining the rightofwayof 3 o'clock Monday afternoon in the I be administered by the \'etl'ran'l NSLI 'ypor Term on February 1,

Ing one player. I their return with Wilhston For Mrs. Matheny I I school, days of each week of the Section 2801, K iail 200. Protect Long Branch BaptlHt Chunh with I Administration. I'| 1946. ami l ict it I lapse| for nonpayment '
I The letter .
Yonge, was signed byte
in the afternoon I i iI'thlt 'I I 112 also. known as Temple Rev. B. W. Sweat officiating. With certain exceptions the law of premiums. He Is not entitled -
Ketterlinus 10-7 but Thursday afternoon of last week Joe Morris A. O. Jenkins Htnry Avenue In the of $136- the of new Insurance
Mrs. Ruby Harris Matheny, 39 ) amount Interment was In the church ends Issuance to reinstatement since the
1 conn through with their when they cut loose with a 6-run I W Bryant Saul Hankerson and 21073 duly undwr United State Government!'
died Tuesday, April 24. as the result was approved cemetery S-year period expired at midnight,
n men on bases and lost barrage in the top of the 8th Inning of a heart attack while W. W. Parker. I This amount Is to be .advancedby Life Insurance I lUSOLIi. whtc January 31, 1931 All Term policies .
F KY l knocked A motion was made by L T. the State Road Department In World War I. and Issued after 1
Tebault.j j after letting the home team tie visiting her daughter In Dayton. Inductees Called originated on or January ,
his itartlng up the score 8-8 in the bottom of Ohio. Johns. and seconded by J. S.. Nor- and In to be repaid from the coun under National Service Life In- 1916, are for 3 years only.

IMC -d Inning scoring 2 man to the effect that no teacher ty's ahnre of the surplus gasoline I For May 17thThe (NSLI). which originated. ,
the 7th. Harold Davia relieved Jack She U survived by her husband j jsuranre Any application for new Insurance ,
13 )nsocutlve hits, and aMl Hazen in the bottom of the 7th Jean Whit- would be Issued a contract for tux, and from the seven cent gasoline I Just prior to the United States enI I I
Mrs. NSLI USGLI with valid
and one daughter teaching at KJK If not willing to ,, the of $13OOO: each following list of reentrant ov
tax at rate I try lnt-) World! War II
with the tied and the i Willie
took over In the second score winning lock of Dayton, her father, comply with the provisions requested year of Local. Board No. 18 have been Term Policies under USGLI and I I remittance which wan placed In the
i run on 3rd base. He atruck out the' and two
f>th one out and with the,I next batter to retire the side G. Harris of Starke Harris.; Starke. In the letter of the School The Board authorized a title I ordered to report for Induction:I NSLI that are In a state of lapse. mall properly aildreased to the
[""led struck out the next and force the game into an extra brothers William Harris, !Middleburg Advisory Committee. i I I search of land to be used In relocating on Thursday, May 17: I (fa. DISTINGUISHED FROM EXPIRATION |I Veterans Administration or do-

UP Tebault gave up 5 Inning. and Truman held Sunday The Board received several complaints anti, constructing; an overpass White: James Edward Jordan, ) may be reinstated on livered to an authorized represent

Funeral services were from patrona of the Frank on State Road 100 between Charles Wardell Kldd, Julian Mann or before but not after their term I II
May 6. In the Congregational Norman bus route with referenceto Theresxa and Keystone heights.The atlve of any uniformed services on
I Greene. j I period ha* expired. Also, permanent -,
n To Begin Courtesy Tickets Methodist Church north of Starke. the operation of the bus at excesslve i Board authorized the draw- Maxwell I plan policies, in a state of'or before April 25. 1931: will be
Colored Eugene

officiating. : Eugene
Edward's with Rev! C. H. Rhoden speeds while loaded with ) Ing of a. warrant for f ZOO as In- Wtlllamn Jlirml Deoefleld lapse may be reInstated at anytime 'I II accepted.
Advance lOc Interment was In Santa FeCemetery school children. It was stated that Itlsl payment to E. K. Perryman I
of I 1 Leroy Wlma. Willie Lee Coleman I provided the applicant can World War I & It veterans in
direction wee1permitting
arJ';! Catholic Church Next Tuesday under the the regularly appointed driver for 10 lots In Block 24, Livingston. I meet the reinstatement require-,
Karle: Williams.
"n a Mission I I DeWitt C. Jones. a substitute to drivel,I Truby A Co.'s Addition to Stark service, or entering service, are
on Sunday ments.
May 13, at 8:00: P. M.. it Even the price of courtesy Is goIng his bus who la not qualified In I! to be used for the purpose of storIng ,\t thin point K ls> most Important', urged to keep existing USGLI or
unced Owners accordance with law. The Board the county's road maintenance Color Slides ShownAt NSLI In force.
by the Reverend op! [: Motor Court lo rmphxtlju the act that veteran policies

H. Neuhaus. paator. The Starting next Tuesday, May 13,1 HereA agreed to reduce the speed of the ,, equipment and materials. Full Rotary Club .* mint reinstate their lapsed 5-I' All World War veterans In

will be conducted the ticket" find 'I, Organize bus by having a 33-mile-an-hour: ,, purchase price of the property Is levrl-pntnlum-terni poll-lr, *
by the courtesy you year Starke and Bradford County seek
onj I''I placed on it, and to In-1'I 80O. and the balance of $600 Is
p-edemptorlst governor Lt. Col. T. T. who recently l.
Missionary your car will cost you lOc Instead meeting of the motor court Long. before the term period "nan expired.otherwise' ing further Information their
of the December on
vestlgate the qualifications to be 'paid on or before
rend Thomas J. Tapp. C. of the 3c heretofore required. I of Bradford County was returned to hla home here after a the term policy ran never -!
1 owners driver.A j I Government Life Insurance
from Wlllon Motor substitute 1. 1951.: tour of duty In Germany, showed reinstated.Examples' and the
N. C. The the Starke be
The will also tighten up on held Monday at i advertise
City Instructed to -
will continue letter was received from the)I The clerk wa.< colored film slides at the Rotary : I{ procedure to be following In con-
through the ;
ek with the the enforcement of the $1 penalty i Court. firm of Ebaugh A Goethe consulting -:' notice of desire to pue Club Wednesday, taken during s Jones applied for and] verting or reinstating their policies .
Orlando 1. Veteran
grand clos- of
If the courtesy tickets are]! Pendleton GaineS i for the
charged J engineers, Gainesville. containlnjf chase certain equipment are Invited to call upon A. J.
Sunday, May 20, at 3:00: the day 22 county I | tour of Europe. ; waa granted S-year Term NSLI on
not paid by 10 a.m. on ,' who haa organized 1 i recommendations for the new county jail. Included In the were carried this In- Thomas. Jr.. County Service Officer
group 19.13. lie
following receipt. J: court groups In the state heat-1 I The attorney was authorIzed July 1, I .
[Iaes will be celebrated motor talk on the alteration and repair of the county scenes taken In Germany, England : aurance until June 19-15\ : when hwaa to counsel them In these mattera.
holders I I Interesting directed to secure a ditch
A list of unpaid ticket an at Elemcfltary and .
a through gave I Ing systems Hampton Italy France and Holland and 8:00: Saturday at will be furnished to the police department ,, need of organizing a county group.of'II' i School and Lawtey Junior right-of-way through the NW During the exhibition Col. Longanswer non-payment of premiums. H* lal I
a.m. respect stressed the phases of SW Quarter of Sec 3A

zither I Tapp will give\ the weekly for collection In ,[' He court also"problems and the need for I]i cost High of School.repairs The waa total set at estimatedi I3.50O., Tp.Quarter 8 5. Rang 22 E, by deed from *1 questions In these concerning countries.lie lifeand 'l still entitled to reinstate to his mi.l.night In.- I School Board PayA
i.Jtructlon. I custom time prior
paid at
after the the event tickets are Board authorized theSuperintendent the owners or by condemnation. It alliance any '
Masses. He will preach warrant will be Issued for persons I' organizing were'' and with' nereaaary. "said, that while food la strict- I II June 3'). 1951 since this is bill providing S&0 per month
meeting to negotiate
< Sermon tickets and It will Attending the I becauseof I U rationed In England), there U no I! the date on which the original salary for School Board members
nightly at holding unpaid ConnelU provided This la made necessary
R- firm
the engineering
kls In
MM. Ruth S.torae. In and 3 Bradford County was Introduced!
Of rrlty Germany any 5 plus years
be for them to appear couldbe drainage to relieve a:, term perlo.1 years
necessary '' E. W Hayes,1fr. and I IMr. that the necessary fundS proposed tel! in tna House last week
S be which will Increase Fred Cole, vlclnlty. ,art..tyand quantity of meal extensionwill expire. I Ii by Rep.
In that
only the one MaM In the city court Carl Johns mad available during the flood water condition
t it 9:15: o'clock. Father the penalty of the ticket .. Robert Metzger. 1' months I aiailahl* In German restaurants I j i 2. Veteran Brown applied for Doyle E Conner,

[ c aver the sermon at considerably. and Mr. and Mr, Gu} Ardrews. I summer


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--- -- NOTICM TO APP..' "t mil fit'> 111\.1"I has peen ni.j '
I dry quickly. In Circuit barb. nmdfurd County.r'lorMni acHlnnt/ you In the above named 'd
I Here I III a little poem I always In Chancery Court and reuse and you are required TI,
Bradford County TelegraohESTABLISHED loved. It Is entitled "Cares". I Onrdon P Hchaefer Plaintiff, v. t<> nerve a copy of your anal, '., .
i fretted Nelly H Schaefer, Hefondiint swi>r or pleading to the complainton w.: .
r The little cares that me. Case No 8401 the riiilntlffs Attorney A J. slap|H: I' ;
E. U. MATTHEWS. OWaaa-EDITOII Jr,. Starke, Florida, and file !
1870 I lost them yesterday :Notice '.'0 Al>l>i-nr. Thomas nitt.i ,
the rerl-ldenci' the original' I In the office of theClerk (OFFI'' I I.\L ,
above whose
Among the fields sea. To: Nelly II 1'I'ha..t..l'' of the ('ir. ult Court on .>i ,' ;
winds at play and ad.lie. Is 12831 Klll.ourneHt L'th day of May. 1051 I .. '
Enfant Second Among the ; I.for. the B! If,, ,
and M e. Dntrolt 6. MUhlwan I r
Friday the allviratloni of
publl.hetl Every herds antherw'iaa
of the
Fhu Among the lowing You are hereby notified that
Office at Starke
Clam Matter at the Post of the trees,
The rustling
ill/lara Btfrqess Ato6rPONCA.NEBR Among the singing of the birda, .. -

MEMBER <3> 1951 .=== The The humming foolish fears of the of what bees. may ''...........- '''.''''''''hUQrtrrr

$1.00 For Six Months \\liiTrln the Utile wren "" Ing the battle to show the world .
Subscription >62.5OAnnually I clran' unit plant and .. n.turn"1 that freedom Is a way of life. The happen.I all
cast away
I vividly, / rwall the May "' ; best way and only a coward wishes
clover scented :
I the grass
I to be a slave Indeed. So I bow Among

; Real Meaning Given To Economy alt"I heard a woman My she did not my head In a prayer of thanks fqr I Among the the new husking mown of hay the;corn !

By Action of Road Board _% know boys like Sammy and Jack and Where Among drowsy poppies nod
: Whether or not she cared for Jimmy and John who are over I and "
Where 111 thoughts die good to'
in there. When they do return we I
I It is' always nice to see a compliment print being In love. are born,
friend. That is' why the Telegraph; took no muchpleasure As if It were a sown or jewelor shall give them a welcome like we I
old .
an our General MacArthur. We Out in the fields with God.Elizabeth 'I
I in a recent editorial in the Florida Times-Union glove gave Barrett Browning rare a7oaa sz. {
of Do I -
proud boys. yOU
With which she could adorn are so you i
the above title. Chairman herself and go know and hear? A young man I Those lines were written by n
6aThe Road Department
editorial concerned Out happily or seldom choose to who Is a 4F said to me just to-day woman given strength thru her ---
knowing .
McKethan whom we have had the pleasure of love for her himbund. So Y//////M.
Alfred It.And "Is there anything to laugh about I great
numbering among our friends since college days at I' each of can take on a new life. Reserved Prices Good Thru .
:' and O, I knew she was so newly these days? I said "Yes I can us Quantity Rights Sat..1\
I, the Virginia Military Institute Mr. McKethan has many come 'always see something funny tu !I Life with love and peace and joy .. -......- -- -
I friends in Bradford County, and has already been instrumental I To loving that thought It were laugh about. Iin ones heart. Over across the
M I in contributing' much to the welfare of this county burdensome.She This morning I cleaned the living street the Nursing Home Is slowly "FREY BENTOS" 1

'? through his i cooperation in the farm-to-market road program had not yet discovered she room. It looks nice. I put up I 1 getting Its patients I lovo every
f of U. S. 301 through the curtains. one of the old people. My heart
I as well as the widening and improvement must bear It. summer They are
Starke. _iElamo V. Emans nylon. I washed curtains yesterday 1 goes out to them and I look out of cQpBEEFiNEDDOLANDAU 12.oz Can 1

I I It ill a genuine pleasure to be able to reproduce the following There are some people that go and this morning too. I used the window to the hills. I know

i editorial which appeared/ in the Sunday Apri122, i Issue: thru life never really loving any my new stretchers. I have three I that life is good. I am happy, ]
do and I love
work to my
pair to wash perhaps In the i have
t of the"Economy Florida is Times-Union preached in: government at every level. Regrettably one In my heart 1 IJI a deep pity for I morning. I will then finish clean- i I 1 good husband so, very much. Soon GREEN CUT ?fOUNTy KIST" PEPPERSparaqus -W.

cheer that person. They know not the' ing the spare bedroom. It will not be my fifth wedding anniversary. I
The American people
it is seldom practiced. of the! God has led me to a : i3B1
officials but they have mountain height joy nor take me so long on the dining Whoopee. Cbl9
elected ,
I promises of economy by utter despair of a drep hurt. Those room. I plan to take life a little promised" land out where the west
f for the most part to regard it as a hollow pledge.; I
4 1 come things soften the heart and makeua easier this summer. I have my new I winds blow.
& : "Since then economy is the exception and not the rule human. Only those who love I quilt on the bed here on the sunpoich. God bless you all. Love Lura MiinnimiHHHiinmnnMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHininnjiiiiiinimmiuuiiiiHn' !'''' !: !!!!! 19111ni1IlNllniIIEEIINIIIInEIIllIINtniNIIEIIIIIEIIIF1i'r.? ? ?? ? ? !( !? ? :::,...,

I today it is refreshing to see an example of that longsought- and have loved and lost know the I have It all cleaned nice LIBBV'S SLICED I /JRro GREIN+r.GWN/rf

" fit; C after but elusive element in government practically applied. human heart. Mother love too is and I am out here writing. I have :! In tlfirltlni, (Irrnlt In(Court( bnn*ery.Marolllne Hradford. CountT,

t "We refer to the State Hoad Board's rejection of a combined deep and strong The Mothers of my strawberry bed made and after U. Kelley, Plaintiff, vs. I Beets 2 LANs: 25. Limas .2 cANs; ::3I 3 3r

I bid for construction of the substructure and superstructure 'the boys In Korea have suffered supper, I will set out about 75 I Horace Kelley Defendant Case No. 1344I

of the Gilmore Street bridge in this city. The Board I with aching hearts more than any plants My everbloomlng strawberries I 1 Order nf...Publication. And %o l lf> 'In

I not only rejected the combined bid of $5.460.176 because it other war, I do believe. I think 1 are doing fine. I see' some, Horace tnprar Kelley r\ll! whose OP PIOIIIIIV residence"'lot Is jyI

exceeded estimated costs by more than $600,000 it also serv- know the soldier boy pretty well are In bloom. I planted my gourd I Unknown:

,I ed notice that there would be no retreat from its previously I having worked as a WAC with seed. I recall helping Mrs. Brlu- May You 21 are, 1991 required, In the to above appear named on

I announced intention of holding costs: on the Gilmore Street I,' hundreds of them. They are Cod's son at Hugh plant her gourd seed Court and cause wherein plaintiff 12!

bridge and the Jacksonville Expressway within funds avail- finest I can see the faces oft In I I I loved to help her. She :was so aeekv control seeks of divorce minor, care child, custodyand

r k able. my half waking dream. I see the sweet. I cannot bear to think of :I Bradford County Telegraph shall I
tired but the boarded her this Order In next four
merry eyes as not being there. So time publish
"This is not the first time the State Road Board rejected : face, the mud on their clothesor marches on.Helpful w**>klv Issues. officialsnnl VITAMIN-RICH STOKflX WRITE House

i i II, a combined bid on the Gilmore Street bridge because the bid dust. I see the heavy equipment, Hints: When you want I Ia I witness at Starke my hand Florida/ and, this April

>> was excessive.l The first bid was 19 per cent over the enRineer'a they carry. The gun and knife; fire out along the beach where 14th 1951 3uke( 225limmffl'Hi 1uice oIa L
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .T. Thomas a ,
i r : estimates. Even the revised bid was up 12 per cent. everything. At least as I knew it is damp, try soaking a common As Clrk of said Court
When it is realized that the Arlington Street bridge-a unit them In 191 t. I see them carry brick in kerosene" for a day or so Iy Haven Crosby) Pentifv Pl-rk40
,: 41 5111 ( !! !!!? NlhRifnO'nillhIt811NlltHnnlt0lWlttIlfalltlttnlllNlNnlaiiiN! ? ! -
in the same overall project but a much larger span-was machine guns up Korean mountains Lay it down then and put your ____
1 only three per cent above estimates then the pattern of Rugged men, free men driftwood on It and set It afire. II ll In,..rllnt Circuit' In(hnni'rry....1'1. llrniKurcl County, I 6U III DELICIOUS I DEL MONTE

mounting costs and the danger therein is clearly and un- Other men back here may smell Is as good as fat wood. I Anions E. Mobley. *Plaintiff vs. aitJaSPotatoes

mistakenly established. better and have freshly shaven Put a knob or handle down low Joseph T, Atobley, Defnaant Case No. 8383Onlrp ) .223'1u 3rllett Pears CAN::

"Only a fixed amount of money is on hand to complete the aud scrubbed faces and ride with on the outside of the screen so the of. l.iihll<*ntfou( And \..U.*. 'I'o
Expressway Highway that Jacksonville needs to relieve the their best girl In convertibles with small children can open the door Joseph'pp..n.. T."'I'U'M 0..' FIOIIII Tel '

traffic congestion problem that is so pressing. If one unit the top down. Men may live In easily. Lock the'gasoline or fuel Is': Unknown Mobley: whose residence 1',
big houses on the hill with long oil barrel with a harness snap. It You are required to appear on
in the overall project is permitted to run wild in the cost '
May 21, 1991, In the above named I'
pedigrees to their names, but I say will be too strong for a small
field then the entire work is imperiled by the threat that Court and cause, wherein plaintiff/
I to you, "Boys you are better men child to open. Old nylon hose makea seeks divorce.Bradford .
will become exhausted before the te completed.
t money project than any of them' You are fight- good filler for shoulder pads and I County Telegraph shall
"Thus the richest agency in the State is a penny-pincher publish this Order In next tour

t where the people's money is involved. Rejection of the Gil- of the State Road Board's efficiency. ,I weekly Witness Issues.. my hand. and official
more Street estimate was a sound and businesslike approach "Little wonder the State Road Department and its ad- seal at Starke Florida thl. April "P/NfGROVEs SWEET YUM-M-M ITS

1t' A decision to award a contract for construction of the substructure ministrative boards have won Statewide recognition. They 11(OFFICIAL. 1951. BEAU A. J. ThomasAs 4 II 2

s ; alone so the project could begin is another example represent good government in action." I! Pv }f..v..n1'. Clerk"...... nf Depntv said Court Clerk 3-25 t SalmonfcfitCWIWL! :
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Pates A Lowry, 14 W. University !
Ave., Oalnesvllle, Florida nnlnnnniNin
I Attys. for Pit. 450| 4t Bill allilllll311nI1NllniEil1811111111nnnunln2lnillnllninntn!! ? ? ? !? ? ? > ? ? !? ? ; ? ?? .

TO \\IIOM IT MAY ruNCCRN'Notltie :
IH hereby fflvvfl of Intention
to apply to the 1931; session of the 33
& Florida eirlHliiture for a bill
t-- which bill shall. pertain to the rnn
strurtlon or acquisition "Htabll..h.n.nt.
equipping '.maintenance and
operation of a ptihflr hospital at
..edi Starke' In Bradfntd County, for the
With fine-car V-8 benefit of the citizens and residents, -
a engineA
of Bradford County and to .provld
: '- powerful road ruler in. Ford's Victoria fop the appropriation. of money and Kraft Tropical i
'- 1'S f et. the lalslng. : of revenue for the con
1 = with the Mine tll| e of ciglit-cylinilcr' engine rf :
strtictlon or acquisition
III J: now powering America's coollirat coral -_ j maintenance and operation: : of such'; 39 Ii
hospital. bv the allocation to such Mayonnaise Tomatoes
hospital. of portions of the racetrack
funds which may be received
by lira J ford County
427 4t 5'HOTirK .-- -

:> "'0 tPPKtllIn Safer For Clothes I Swift's Superbrand ,
rlri-ult ('curt. llrnclforj County,
1'Iprldat. In 4'banr.rv.Lillian .

Charles 8 Kent.Kent Defendant Plaintiff Case v.No.Hurry 11404Node. D U Z et35c i 0 L CuE

: T. ..tppear.To Colored Qtrs.
: Harry Charles' ? Kent whose Margarinelb.Giant '
reitldxnct Is t'nknown
You are hereby notified that a _
; stilt for Divorce has been flied Cheese Food Loaf 2 lbs. Qtrs.,
Kiralnst you In the above named 69C 21
I Court and <'''"H'' and you are rquired >'- Box Pound
i to .serve a opv of your an. Ghee-Zee 75c
saver or mending to the complainton
the riulntirrs' Attorney Knch IfDoiiKlas .
05-5nT t.ynch rtulldlns. -" -
Jacksonville, Florltla, and file the
orlKlnal In the office of the Clerk
"*t the r'lictilt Court on or .before the Sweet
p at Path dnv of :May. I"B1 : otherwise the COR. N.4 Roasting I
sllevntlons of "'Complaint will,
be taken as confessed liy you Ears For
This notice shalt b* publishednnce
each week
for four consecutiveweeks
1. In the Pradforil County.Tele- -
Dated this 3RIh day of April. 1131 Tropical GoldBANANAS New Red BlissPOTATOES juicy FloniORAnCI-
SEAL) A .3. Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk
IT.S HERE 3JTOW 4I2T' 4t S 14


TELEVISIONSets Used 2 Ibs 25c Sibs 25c 5 lb Bag Mesh

.. A glance will tell you' that -.1 .
Fancy Wlnesap Tender GreenCukes
Firm Juicy
car-at iriiw' -can r
any (" b.yw

equul till' iM-aiity of thin iwwiurd in "r: .",,,gia. + .H t f i $59.95Up Apples 3 29c 3 Lb.. 25c LemonsAGEt1 2
1'irl i +x Ut. Hut come
and "Test Drlv,," this. Ford b/ e, fr l/ 1 -

iitorlu. )',,"'11 lind IUlicuuty ; / J r T Clias.
l { C. Shepherd
'U lure than skindurp. '_ .

\mi II feel the .smoollt
Autuuudionidolamirul.rilling rmiKie of Kord'a +,",,4 o? tf: ? 307 W. Call StarkeATTENTION "' \\ / i/
\ IL'I
I ho comfort of Ford'* /8

Aiitomutic I'oHliire Gndnd."e's; i> .
And you'll' l Use lbrdulunlide !t ?I l a SIrawOOrn"
the newest, smoothest, moot tE.

tlrxihln of Uio uuUiiuuliudrives. It F ,. u '; i ,, :
Optional or ..". If You Have
'''?''p..a', oc .
....,oc. to chaitg* wifftavt Itotic* PINE OR CYPRESS


Till.( jIIrRSL 0'i' O1 11 1 Large or Small Tracts "Sunnyland" n1'andHAMS

?' For all iu beauty, Ford' new Vktorin itcany \We\ Buy All 4-7 Ib J
to own. \>'hra you nee the ciiHtnni Ready to Eat

/ tailoring of iU Luxury lounge Interior PAY TOP PRICES I PICNICS ILL 5c 8.12 lb. SMO.

I ,any. price.yeti agrea you call buy bettrr at Per lb. U HAMS, Ib. _,

ease. You can pay more hut you can't l buy better! Write or Call Eat-KiteTenderay ChUCk Roast t Lb. 73C Tender Slic l

B.T.THOMASLUMBER B e e f Brisket Stew Lb. 49c LIVE

ANDREWS MOTOR CO. CO. Hamburger Lb. 69c .

PHONE 211JP. Mt. Vermont Hickory Sweet .

Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118 O. Box 733 Bacon Lb. 69c Bacon Lb. 59c Pound tEn



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1, 1981 COUNTY TTXKORAril.: '
-- 8TARKE. 1'"LQ.UlD.\
'---- ------------- .----._ __ ________ __ P..\C.E.. THREETON
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their teacher Miss Louise Rauler. visiting thfn I
mm-in-law and TI\ ''u'ro'\\U,
\1. ni'tiriid that
The fifth and sixth i W srd ( IIF .8.. T 20 rain,,, l"ii rt 1'1' nr SF."I'
son. grades won daughter Dlr. nua Mrs. B. M xuit fiM, t-ui.rm habe.. n filedagalntt I of NIv nf NI+'L ,

I the special award by having the Thomas at Brooker Sunday. Court )'011 In tho above named. lot A of I\lk 1 1IIr. r. A. Green ft4LOI ,In \\ 110 ft dInI 1
and cnnno and you an- reiiilrid 1..1 : r 1:11.: rt I it 210 1'1 N
most parents and friends .. L. A. Brow" I.T2
presentAt ,
C sw..neyII NO.IK' (" it HCT\ a COP of 'ollr an- 4 i 1l1k U D. C. Slicks: 220 ln5:: ft' to b..or II 1 II... So F. Keller A.l. r. ':0:
the business meeting plans i: 1'" %U'S'I'\ -ui-r or | "'Adlnl< to the complainton E 411 rt of 11' Ink F"tt Coil, tit N11 nt
In Irriilr I ....... llrnlor Corny tho riiilntltfn Attorneys, Hothteln ..r fo'o, NIt ?
I I Ink I 11"1" 1-
were made to buy chairs for the frlurlilni In fill Harr.n 1G 3PL"I .rrtSIo"W:\
< hiiiu-er & Warron, ing Smith llullrtlna. : 4..t elk 18 ) A I 3 :
)' school lunch room. Furnishing the I- ..ui.,.. tt Mliioi., 1'iiilntlff v .. Le.. Jack nomine.I Florida and. file 'h."rl..lnnlln \ I 11. 12 ot GilT Harr.n 179 r"r a pt .t Leg iI1H'II"
,.jiti-rtalned" with I f IL; Miini> Dt-iviidant.. the office of the Clerk of 1 l,11/, I' rllnV 310
lunch room with modern furniture I'ase. No. (400 the Circuit Court' on or before the L lit :'. .'I' 7. 41 of ilk L. A. Drawn" '.IT tl N 1M ft II! 310 tt

no of Ms parents I has been a major project of the I Notlvr.. To .tiiear.T. hA'f: a'r..nIR'i; 10(11( ; otherwisethe I ;; .,. N IOr tl to Rrg II Q I II ',1 3. r. Keller. Age 1" :
< Brooklns. Lratrr it I. Alllruy whore resldeiKo | said Complaintwill 8JJ.t !'IF'I 20 DIr.Wivnlyn. 91,31 Lnt 5. Ilk I ; .wnn.
jprvlll Thomas
A. this school 441 F '
P. T. year and this 8\\ X' l'ark N'D
I In fnhnuwn be taken an conft-Hncd by you \.t 'f iii all n. dll- y.
|ht in celebrationh organization in to be congratulated I Y..II. iu'r i hei'vhy notified that a This notice. shall be published i:1 "t :Np'4: tI of .' Ibrd In'ed I Ilk 84. _

birthday annl- ', suit fur 1 UlMn-uo has been filed I once each week for four consecutive. \ 11 7 10 Carlton 1,19of l'lt' 40P II 1 II'1"- ,,, Moore 4 nn.I..Ia.nl
80 R. R.
of on successfully completing this ug.iln.t )'.," In the above named weeks In the L"radford County Tele All : "t NlN:

i gay round I undertaking Mrs, F. W. Dryden (''tilt cud i elide mind you are reOulyd ,, graph.Pitted. lIa' nil II 'I 10 10 L. S. WUllams 2.08 / '1'.... .f Clarke 2. 0 2:1
httonnl birthday lo this Sl .t day of April 1951.OKFlClAt. or S1PLf & 5Ev
a copy of your anHWIT -
Mrs. W. W. Hammond and Miss or pleading to time complainton ( SI'Lt1J A. J. Thomas. 4f NWS1, w" bl Lots' 8. T. ot Rlk t8 litre W.1',
ool'adeII Marshall 1I r. R4
e and I Dorothy Swanbom were hostesses 'the Plaintiffs Attorney, Zach H. Clerk of I the Circuit Court' Nab of I'mlla II 'I IG' 100 C. F'. Ivltdeett/ 4.57 IIIft, lo 6J11 fl of Lots 1 .
\11. otIi'll.: 19 Ex: si
twenty guests lioUKlim. 506-307; Lynch HulldlnK., Ry Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk al S
for the social hour. They served, Jacksonville, Florida, and tile the 4127 4t 5118 All NEI Nay Nut of :ltd 18 7 to'' 3 Le W\11IAml 058 ft I bnfa. ::118.21
I I delicious home-made Ice Cream/ orlirlnal In tho office of the Clerkof :Nn': 1'1' NE4 of a 14 I.a tI.
In Irrult '..... of n.1 rl ofV.y
( ,
adds: the L'llcult Court on or before the llradfnril County; t1 18 T I' 1'1 R. n. Carlton 8 ItI'
'cold 0'
home-made ToUt
rake cookies, frlitrlilni, In hnnrrrr... 14Nl i 4 lit N 10 tit
asth t KUV
day or May 1951 .
friends ; otherwise all :\ nt WYo
| Hampton drinks and coffee. Hllt'iralioiis of said) Complaint will Theodore H Tlnderlck. Plnlntlff, vs. I.ut' S." 8. A N ofPeHd 2 8' It 1 Julia Fryer I.n IIlk 20 ot Lot n ot r
iny afternoon and School Play be taken nil oonfonHod by you UlKa Kiuleilck. Defendant, 17. 37. 1R,119! 40. tI .a410.P 1gbOra. 2"::. 44
at the new Thin notice I xnnll he publishedonce Case Nn. 811S 47 '" : III 70 rt ot Lot I of 109 eq T 4n
;ouse each week Order Of r..hll..n Cadell.e. To 51' :J' :g. U. &0 ,
for Ink
On Friday night May 18, at four consecutiveweeks B4. 66 27 .
I Mrs. Fred Dodd I In the Iirailford County Telegraph *1'1"eae 'I"'S'.J IK KIOMIIIt Tel 67: n'R. RII 01 6e. I.ot 3 .t Nk 87 Mx A. a. AW14 lefi.. Jr. 06.01
thts. j eight o'clock the eighth grade is. Ol..a )Haderlck whose residence Is 8.1. \\'Ioodhi..II' 01. 7

'I giving their annual school play entitled i iI Hated (tils 21t day of April. 1H51 Unknown. Lora In. 12. WooI1Awn 11 U 100 la T... Rhoden 88 99 tCtll I 8 BIU Caranlsa G8 48I
h gave a wienie (OKFICIAI, SEAL) A J. Thomas You are required to appear on Ln15 88. 87. 8M u.t 10 14 I" lthfAvn' 1 D5I" t"8ft tt ot I..t. t.

| night of last "Aunt Letty's Niece". fleik, of. the Circuit Court MAY 2Kth, 1951, In the above nBn.1Court & ,vy8M1 Iota 18: 4. 18
uy ny Haven and cause, wherein plaintiff \\'oodlaw'n50. ((5'4 tmlrt J. 1 JoIoMplt.1 770,07Of
I I I The indications are that this frosby, Deputy ('. .rk seeks divorce rtradforrt Countv 11 S U 10 Out FL'IIl'o..lInr.. .18,4' b

L Hicks. Miss ., will be one of the most amusing 4127 4t 611801'S.J Telegraph shall publish, this OrderIn E.\.r' A1aw's 50. 55. S 'Di; VItl, N171 tl nt Till.. ,11.01'nft \ 79:4

\: '1'0 i>i'Ktit next four weekly Issues. Lots 39. 40. Wn"Ullwn II' a JI 1ft i1uv "rloro 802 l : lUk 59'
:: y.
I Longford Hicks I plays ever undertaken in this In ( Ircult'curt. llrnilford. Ci...sly. Witness mv hand and official seal. 10 1.. 0, W.akl'Y. 5 54 to tlneey eI

pent the week.I school. The characters are: Morliliii' In (.h........... At Stark, Florida, this April 19th hat :1-. IVondlS w1) l1 Truate" DInt A. W' Anl"\ i
II 410w'.ii" S'0
Lot II W' .Jtpntla TL
Kntle Lee Taylor 1-lnlntlff, vs. Leo 1P! R1 I. 5.. 5, 7. H. 8. H'. 10 100 tt l'' lit
Jladys Hicks at-I 1 I I Aunt Letty the boarding housekeeper 1 Edward Taylor Defendant. (OFFICIAL RKAT. A. ,T. Thomas.As I1 .\ 24., 20, !In \V hy Ion tt N lit Nhou

-Senior Prom In Margaret Hersey; Elmer, :, \ntlve l To ., .. Case No, 8401 TTnvon Crosby Clark nf Deputy said Clerk CotirtTtv Lot 211. 2t\ 1)17 28. d7. 111 1 U 1\0 L. I" HhOI..1I 25.78L hy ,n.I..1'all St.nn lit North St by '

night, ''the perpetual lover Frankie Loper; 1'01''' nay! .MeMon. Soldon I-dB| Daytona W'nodlnw'it' IIr".lwAY Let U 0 22 I'Iun..oI' .
? To- Lee : I,1 !
i : Edward Taylor whoseresidence. Late 1 11 S" 80 C. L. ,"o'nll' 1017 'J 1(141to'I"M. ( \
Tteach. 3 '
chapter of 1).2. .14. 16. lit I"
Christ the farmer .
Billy girl Marilyn KlI Is Unknown. tnt 17
1 I II i Attvs.. 4 27 4t BUI & 1V ty of I..t fomat; : .nN1V for of ..
I Rend a picnic atj'I land; Adolphus Fortune, the bank II 48: all Lots 811. i .. Ilroml- 1 t'. .. .'
I' 81 "
wav H A N
run loll
|on Saturday. I I er. Ray Brookins; Milly, the love NOTICE \t'nodlawhn8' 5t. In ri w mi rt H inn ft .T;, .

D. May left lastjligton sick maid, Virginia Williamson; tJ'i'ii1'0,- 'I. ''J'rehv given thAt the following dekrrlhed 1nnd will\ he sold Lots 98. 3t In \Vuod. 18 5 22 ta8 3a I.. Rhoden 8101v0 1 R HO rt to pt of heir 88 '8:2 W A. nssnt. Jr, 17 90
and' r-lil. "i''L."i"" the. Z"h( 1IV| of :Mnv' 1<>SInl I o'elnpk noon, at time \ ...ml Iaumm Com ill, XW: for of 4 ,
D. C. Mrs. Van Snob who dislikes Hilly, Hall Biarka. .' "., to pay the amount ,due' for 11BO fanes, herein Lots 21. 2T. 21. 23. 84 10 b u to 1. 14 nh."n 090a6 I l', / ..

|,il. where they will Shirley Jackson ; Marchia Mrs. -.t n"I..I\. "' In the rnm.i together with all costs of such Bale and.. adverOrlulnnl :Ia. ::17. ax it Ntr. Lot ft run N 70 rr
I 1I..lnll' of Lot 311 & ; W: 2to ft for a PI of
will also all Lilts
jer Snob's daughter Barbara Matchet; 40, 41. (bag 'thence sun 1C
duughter-ln-l I' S.uepv.'town M' 4n. 45 51.'o'd'III'n ,4rl\ to Proiit
8' 5A Pt.
.and Cynthia Fortune who wants to ul "fn.". :34' 0 :1:1: R- : 81. 63. III thence. 8 along 8t.

ftrs. R. V May at help Billy, Earl na Norman; r.ot21: s.67 of nik 11 Mrs. W. T. MarshallSunseal KB.03 Leta 1 2. ::1:1: 41 42 41! 17 II 1 s JOG L, 1. nhn".n 40.92 2fl. n ft ,In lllk H trig 1
1 Ft of ToM q 50 ii them.t 14ft
'I l\1 G2. 611: R4'nil'
Crack-their BoneB
Carthy, the 1. ot Bm Kxa ". ft N 27/1/ ft to pt of

L. A. Halla last wrestler Tracy Jonea;; Ned Met- 1:1 A F Ijilioratorles, 4895 :4. &57.)N All' .t 61.lot 62; 83 14.: hag t8 8 U ;Mra )r. K. loll ?, 751I

day through SunMrs calf an airplane designer, Jay Alderman 94 21.1 Ft of vof 4 Inc.unseal. In' W"u'wn 18 5 U US L. L. Rhoden 42 96 I'IInesten. 'I'.h. A I'e'. "II of
\FJ4! of : 26
'I'1'.r 3' \RS 12'J
nd Red del ; Jerry Allen who falls In hat 4 A N m Ff 1 '', I.etx" & ,

"Goody Boy"a. ot WI4 of MFr 8 of-. I 7'J'4 r" I.ui t40. 61. &I: Lilt 3 of 1"lk IT & .
n i, love easily Rothell Jones. Tllk 20 i Tjibora B3,(' i ; 43 In 11'(4 of l."tn I I. :3 t
r {> : H'uodln 19 Hhollon 991 J.t 4 .,.
tOries Inc. I \\'ooIIl1wn 3 U 20 1.. le .tIlk IB N- I.. Pullunl 9711
Lot 2 ot fIIk 27 Ex Nut l9 U 10 L. J.. IIho.h.n 171Lot. .
'Wesley G.t f't.'jt :: Jeasle.
Oscar H ? been 89.111
E 7A mil Caranliasunseal 13.78 \ ... :, I ft N& Sbv
i past weekend ata. E'6 nf Loin I. '. 5 of 9. xwn 4 19 II 2a 6 Otto S.-hon"lt I.U on rt R It W In I'll' .

with Mr. andBThey PINE LEVEL fllk 28 C "Inc.' Laboratories, 9.78 13. H'I i'l I. 22.7 21.8'2n P; 57r ot Lilt 5 nt Ilik -

25: 1I0m.r ,\dklna
visited Wes- 8 01 Ft of V- 111 Ft lawn In AVood- 1 N.t Ions. I I. I of IlIk 1&1&1'2M 6,00
Uy Mrs. If. !M. :\lcRae of R so Ft of lllk 89 II U 1 10 n 51 N:. N ftn rl of
El! .
M. of : Pfc William ot 51 :
a. Extended on Kn- NE14 II U 10 : nee N:4 ot Lot S MIII11I. IeIl Aulln
19 51
)ther-in-law, NPW- soy Map A.V., Anderson 22 J7 RmtellTenn It 3m. fi ot lot I of

of whom are Rev and Mra.V.. E. Hall left '..... ....... Sol 111k7 Motile Lurn.. TI.lmer 251
th .11. .tn..... "er424> A 22 at I.." ,.,.. %5.-s. 2. !Ilk n Nnllle ti'Ilimi$ 18 91
for Greenville fom n' Itallway 2:1: 12:1 I..t :I I.
Monday morning; 10S 8 of M-: for link tN T. J. Ahl..rmRn In

Ga. to be In the Revival meeting of BIH< of NI';Ii, ft W Do ft .t Lot 4 otRlk

pf Pompano spent run W 210 Pt S I lOft ,, / ;\Innle (7rlffls. A"mr. 1874111k. 1.It lnaatnn'I'ruhy o\! I'... 5.1,1. In Starke" 3N: 6 I I:1:
with Mr. Ft. F. 210 FLN105' 8 J.x Lot
week 1
t 10 n..... J. F. Keller. Asrt. 205 U \Ir. I'nn'h: Urlffla 79S lot I Iin,
Mrs. Edna Chance returned to
axon. 'om nt XK for of SHMof N'4. of nlk U i'harhe Ho\V. 7 pn t of! t., 1 ..rl J.\

'hlfer of Jackson- her home in Jacksonville Monday NB'/i run, 8 105 (alt I'lk 7 (Ixn.. 10'. V""AIt' 214Ulag & I l.ut h""n..1 ou,
P't. W 210( Ft, for a Lot 2 Cleo. F. Y"1t'' t.t1 1t N. .\ N
g relatives here after spending a few days with T't of Heir thence Eva A. Urnnt lit l'y 101 tnl I '..'t t11 7 .

Rev. and Mr.. Hall. run W 210 Pt, B ion lit II hv ion 7 ot ilk .

Mr and Mrs. Tony Gonzales ol Pt. H 210 .'1. N- 100 Tenn .f I........,.. Iinal: .f nail...,. In Serl..n ::1.1, 21. :l1J, ::11\ 5 :'J2 I 11,. '1'. & (')',. A.IIIi ,
Ft to Pea J. F. Keller. A*t. 199 \\oJ: h. ""h..y, 8t. "Arlton f"ha.'nln
Starke .were those who attended Com at :XK for of f fW Lot 8 I..t 7. IIlk 3 11101
among IIIr. .
| A. met on Salle Crawford 384 U p. 1.lvlnKatan R.16
P. T Lot Y
4 of BELT of Nn<4 :UhdIV of lot U holm', 4. 6. of Il1k 19 ,
Naunuel Redick' 161NItW1s flluly.
school auditoriumee the Fellowship meeting at & run W 175 Ft forI't Lot : Will ,N, Inn tt .t Lot 8 of HArrlnKton 11.57
Lee 195
Berea Baptist Church in Tampa a of Hear thence I I ot ='IW'4 ot Ink I N) H M11tthe Wa
friends runV no 1. !H N4 IS II U 10 1 Amid ",\" 'OJ' Nlnrke" 18 8 22 1IIr. M. 8.
lIa"S. Dinkins ENt 452 owllnc 5379
The meeting was recently. 105 Pt. R 80 Pt. N 6E14 of NWlf ot w Iv, of IUk Iq J.x 1 .'rInd

I 'Visiting Mr. andIrs.. A, J. 105 Ft to I't of I'IW as 5 22 10 John Allen 517 N of Iht I" !IN" I
by the president Reg. O. JlJ' Little 444 'S"io ot NK'f' of eEm.of f '..r on rt 1 1-{: & \" Jov .

man who led the Fender last Saturday" night were One rot 100, Ft E NW'I.Sh.t4 35 5 Willi.. Cnln 1100W44 Ion tI N .. 1'1 1-::c
lit11 hv 105 Ft N & ot NWI4 .t AI'4 25 : n hurt sold to T. I.onk I.
Alton Dobbs and 1 10
Mr. and Mrs. e. C. N're.t 148 :: :
first and second H' hounded. on N hv '. of SI'"I ot '' I l'eek'. Ad to

delightful musicalthe daughter Eloise Mrs. Inez Kelly f"nlllt A W by & all NN:o. ot :NE4e stark. 14 5 22 Cecil :Manning IO.PI
Broadway St. Flunseal 7. ibora- 4S.27 of $%V'V ot ltv 26 II U 23 :So T. In. Pith III P".k'
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodmanall Prevntt
and 1604
directions of tori... Inc. ,, N- of '" ;\/\V"\/ ot Ad.1 to Ntnrkr" IS' 12 I. RI'IINI.. .11.
of Starke. Com 282V4 Ft R; of NRror ))4 \" of811ty ,

McRae was visiting in of Broadway, & lI 1'1"' 0' NJ.\ of Oily 'n.k "II W. 1"s Add tll .larks IN II 32t
Arley Ifovt Hts' ,, & run NW'' of SW'' .4 28 II 22
Jacksonville Friday. N 105 Pt, H 02 4 Ft. That 1"'lIon ot NW\4 7 J. T. Pr.v"tt 8 9tot \ PO rt .t Luis 1 1. 2. e_ I1.I

H 105 Pt, WB2V4 Ft 04W'.4' lyingV ot ot IIlk 2 .
horoughly Mrs. B. M. McRae Mrs. JW Erie n. "yd.
am. to rt of lies Clyde Vfr Colson 10.71 State ltd S.., 200 & K'4: .t Late 4. 5 ot1Ik Ti II
j.e, q
McRae and sons, Arley and Com at NW for of FJ "r old Ntate H" ,. :\ '. \ 8 J. Fred Guy

ur Clothes Benny, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lot Haptlst" run ParsonnK N 70 Ft." H I.,". :". No.p.rl'of! 13 Ii S Nino ono r..c that .4 '. ., ; ""..... t !'- 'M41js ..r',11'i, i.... I 1..t Ilk 5c'nn' plI"tI'o01 desc In Iki>. .d -'III ;' ,... 0 12 --.1.- ._" .onRr" Orlttl. 18,95

H XOwp, attended,...the singing at 210. Nit for. a *', nf A :"< ;,4 0. :., IOW ', (lrlW'LIYlnlt' '" ... \' "" ",(. e I lot t'" 'l IoJ Wby 4 111
4d Heir. thence run W 10" e I W of State litl No,, \, I ,, ,, .? .r. loll ftN 1/1 'In '0
t th Providence Baptist Church last 141 Ft to front Pt. } aoo J.., }M. N... 18 ";: NW ('or of I'J i ot

Sunday afternoon. thenno 8 along Hv ,, ..x a triangulirpier. I I let :1 oI'a l,ot lit
[ 40c! 285 Ft. to Hlk S 4465 ft 17 & Won W 10 tl .r I I' % of
Mr. and Mrs. C. ,W. Batten and fJ'lr46TFt thenre '.' ,,1"" 101 end hy 718 tt lot :1 IA NIAV. tit
children Jr. and Lee of N 275 Ft. N N nnV, 51de. In M'/1 iiw rerorded
If Desired! Mary to I't of Keir.YllMrellanefiiiM :II. KJtu" ExtateLneklnM 4 B4 NEJ Corner 2/ 5 22 U James A. Collins 71.89lit f,",: { Ilk 19 Fe:

Stark Hampton and Mrs. R. L. Batten ';' SKI 19 8 21 If. I.. O..r' 195
Clarke" 2H 41 :23 Lt5 of
of Thereasa were visiting Mr. and { f.it 6' 8larke 1elghtsIlal'at '
Lot 1 of Hlk 1, West NW'o of NF511% & F. ( to 8 II Boland JIf. Btua.t
Mrs. A. J. Fender Sunday after Fine Sin O. V.. Le. 1.68 of 81Vt of.NV'A' of .58

I noon. Corn at ,",W'& for MvrtloSts nfMadlsotl *1E14: 28 II 29 to rr..lpy & Thllr.n .56 ..Ina. ..I1) ('''" ( "\oo! ot 5N:', w of Sty 3:1: II 1111 I

Visitors of H. M. .McRae'8 or & run W 210 Ft. .. NW11)t 8W4 nt IIF." Ur..n 1.,1., I. a .t hut 3 llaltle NtRrk.. 910
B 210 "'1. for a I't rf I.J PIN tt ot ", w\1 Lot I "t Ilk n 1ou154 Johnson
Will I Thursday of last week were Mr. Peg thnc-e r...nV of tt 811% 25. 22 I. nknown ,Lille I. 3 .r IlIk 5 Mattis fltRrk.a 15115 433Ilk

and Mrs. W. R. \Vood.- rs. \V. M. 210 .rtl. S 210 Pt. T2 \V.it, lW'\\':\\4 of -v\.o- \ 111 ,(.t 0. \ 8 %% i1). 1\IeCI.o,1 .a 19
210 N 210 Ft, to of IIW'1. Luis 4. 5. 7. 5. 1)t111k .
Clothes20c 2. II U II ltIelftr, l W'Kllinm' ( .
ir i Sikes Mra. L. F Connors and Mrs. Pt of Heir. D. C. Holuendorf 4 NOne E'. .t Slily ot NW\ :I.U Jia ileitis 8tBrk. lit/

O. J. Raulerson all of Jacksonville. tract of I yiil fill .. NW4 28 5 22 5 Thnnuus Powers 188 Tats 1 I. 4. I1lk 14 Louea( Johnson 4 :s
H hv SOO Kt Nw4" ,' I'IIV Cor ot INIVu I "
N *
Pt : mr of 01? .t
: NWt4,
NI'4 10
of the H. M. Me 34 5 22 O, C. lI"Ororf 4aOW"L .. A
I Dinner guests H W In BR ror nf rum at S\\ ('..r .t .t't" run

Rae's Monday were Mr. and Mrs 8K4. of BtCVi' Ex, :-: ot NW\l & '17 30 tt 1'1' Boy ftt ., ,,_
parcel' J. ::103 tt It RRM rl topt _,
run N B30 tt ..
iftomotlc Drier t 4iiroe.1
I Tony Gonzales of Starke Mrs. B Ilk 80,. I'aR :Mrs A. M MlxonM 23.67lily \\1 .r hag th.ncs r..a,1) of .beg' 13 8 U.51 6 t'ohimbuo Chem!>... it a.

M. McRae. :Mrs. A. J. Fender Pork. C D. w Jt C"s .,.111 1n Slarke I ..... : II 32Krlrt 'V: 7'0 HfI tt tt II N 400 460 tt Con Cur,, Uo lOt tt tI NE'of trnm N\V _
rl to
Arthur McRae and Mr. and Mrs "'olOnt;: 2 of Lots I. :2 I. fl. Ilvrto 1. 07 S ",\.f; .ff brg of ex, hid: 25 II U 8 Dart/y Hamilton e 12w N 1'1 47,1'1\ lit rt r.,14210 Nil". tt 1VN tt 4

0sheterna J. W. McRae. Lot !II of Blk 2 H O. Nunnery 7.40'' NNt1 of I1rlffl UII tt ,.. BA ft fI 2 YeeOn FnroYlh
dinner Hlk 2 Tax (f-rtlflxnt (Mrs.Oeo. 1.40 .\\,1 \J. Its 10 8 22 4 To..olh Ir 194IoIW'4 .f hNWjS A.a Sell
Miss Sherley McRae was a Lot 4 of Fierce) .W'"t 8E'f 'I' 0 23 Ijt .r. M. I".anolftr 6RS'y ?. 4 I/f "WIl of RW'A, \ I Mary "_" !etl 9PII

guest of Miss Alice\ Reddish in of In"-'o', II 5 23 40 John, Johnson 1200 SW) of ut "I I'' Y. 'I'.r..II. 615

section Sunday.Mr n.,.. linn's "..hnh 1..1.in SH A :2':. & of 8E'S' I,, I': oW' 4 'I 21 II Lydia Collin.
Rising N\S'l4 .rB. 1.71
Marian fowling Long 2.07 of 51'4 00 rt of thnt1"r'IIIn
N :1:1\1: :
of lllk 2 'rime
and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were Ej: IS 8 23 ::10 1:1.: K. Perryman' 10,72nll r.t W 14 of
tddIUno 'f) "tnr"I\I: II 2:1 All YK ..", NI..tNWI: ,. Wllf
Manrlcs Kdwards, Jr. 1 84 rr.i : LV 10 T 21 4 A
Ions 2, It of Blk BLots toorN:3, : Arhenk
t. 2 of ilk 12 Floyd flreen 479 :NRA nNN.S. JC of 6 .1dr1r411iLr.W'AAl .. ,, ;n.1 lit NW4i. ...t 10 7 11 40 Cora Lm' V. !At.vents! 1595

One Acre In SW cor, C* Mrs. N. n. Rosier 1 88 In NW Cur t5 8 H 1Rb Elmer V. Van Brunt 1020n A INSyhid NP",: "rilf $i141Vnf

Hlk 12I.hlnketnnTrnhy ., "t1'1.;/ ot NWI' ti. aruded: Itd. IS 7 IS S Anthony

*. "*'.-Add. as 8 I 33: NN", 18' I U S James F, Manley 4.84II. 1 A dnn'rlh.d inD.ed Lelareayk. iN
l S 4 A of WIa ot NW14of "fI : : 111 IS 'I U I "Tnaga
m'0 9g .
lads 8 11 01 N 9 [ FloY"Or..n 2211 8FI? t5 r.:3 I Cleveland Hunter 401 Baker 1.81
: Rik .:; ; L"lcyele Shup
ra4a of Tot ft Intersection ofSlat.
I 5 of Silk 21 Jim WallsUnknown .PI ,rum, TO yds W ot IHIIn.
.nt .
ltd No. 18
Rlk 29 .85 ( 8cc 19 & run 'V 1
_ Frac'l. Lot 5 of with S line .' .
: :. notwN : 24'1 tt 1'1 710 tt N I
Isingsfnn.Truhy1)'S. ftnbnulslona I 3" n 31M \ % 110 tt joj 310 fl ii '.
l I I F.. Roberts 4 7- r. run Nnrthwppt.erly I4ag Jq T 21 1'. n. Ciarn
efi'1' Lot WH 2 of of Hlk Hlk 29'II Ethel Lloyd 4 7842S 210 tt E: 210 tl .lad r. In Keuel.r'a Add 19 1 II. Emma DII5un KakA 24 17
'I 4 10
nun .Ulh..t.y t9
ot lot 14 lOt \Ilk II Ulsdya
jj, 60 FI of Lot 4 Ida Simmons IO tl to pt of" beg 17 8 U 1 C'au"Moar".n! : 11411Bt rem, .n .N .Ike. of I. Hhafe, 171
Nik I 83O0Ft11.7 } hr 'Ml." :". ot I'IW4\ Nt:4 where
NW'4 of
5 30 W N In PK:('Br "" .t NW i/t 17 8 U II Annie O"oolwlll au suid 4 8cr llnn in. .. o"I" ,
Re :
2 of Hlk 21 IIOmaIAdklna I.P8 1 A I In NL ('or or E'. inserts W side o.tats .r .
of Lot B Ft of Littt 'I or NEy of Hf4 210 Jrt 1\,1 21 & run N
Lot 2 Hlk SS inla, 11.11 K NV by 410 Minn. .. W .101. or 1t.1
Lot ft nf 41 ."' "11I.. Wllllnms 111 ft N & 18 8 U 2 Wm Tyson Jr. 180N IH.4 rt for a pt of
Lot:: 2 ii of Itlk Silk 48 T, J. Alderman .73 2.1 ,.; N'V'l ofNWLf hag Ihenen I run 1tAt
Lot 17 Ales Tf43 I..
II 8 U 'ummln/l./ rl.-ht Sngl.s
Peek'sildllliiB. t.. M".". 2" 22Wilkie N ht SSV'f' rot NWL4 18 1 U 17 I..Hoy Deli 8" had 2111 tl N 210 ftNl
Hlk 29rrao'l 220 \V 0 A of I 11'4< ot "W'4' 110 rt t. lol. ...
Lot 10 of AI'lnehurst James H. Walker. 68 11 U 6 z. n. Sawyer 188 ,hence H 110 tt tll pt0t
.* Rlk W..t.J'"Wr'L' NE4 1)t8W' : beg DB T U 1 D. L. B1.nk.nahlp. II If

.h-III.I..I.. :1\1 8 3J: U 8 U r 7 r>Dorothy Jennie list I.UWI. All 1114 ot I'IW' % .t ,

,, L.,. Lots 5, 8 of Elk B Nannls Oraham Baunilers 1.87vision .., NP.'' or 8I'-' IB 8 U eo O.0. n"n.lwlna 100N4 NW4 that II.. 8 uf 1 ..
: "r Nf1: tot 8114lx tats TII U n 'I.2 + 5 V. So .'.d.

a Sunny tram "uli-l>l 21 A 33 If A. Manassa 1 88 i 2 In 18 8 22 It Frn..at Pol" 1127 IIIk 0 Ilunptnn Psrk. 177
:1P,1 J.o;
; '
ram at 'or .N.:?/ .t 8Ft4:\ Naq
Lot 7. of Hlk 1 Albert A. .:Ill<.!t TlsonW. 100 ,
Lot rOofHmk'! 2 c. nsvls, Jr.If 1 08 lit run W 108 tt for 3l4' 't of w".W' 0'( ,rMIVII.
lot: 2 A. Manansa 1 88 a Plot beg' thanesrun & t. 1 U
n. Mrs
at Hlk B N SOB tf 'v USrt Sarah Dru/l/l.r
Lot ft IMile |I' Westun 1541 0'IV / / 799
of N 10S tt 1'l 105 ftto All chat portion
Leta I.nt \ 6.41k11: "t Dlk 4 Alfred Barnes. 220 pI of beg 20 8 2:1: L.'er Prevatt 1890 '4'" 1'11'1'' of
22 a
d M ART. JOHNS!' corn at NE Cnr of Rea NW'44fh'' 14W14 1':11 10 Tony Drnm..o I II

.. Tax Collector City of Stark! Fla run W 318 ft for a :- A .r way. H I r- ao J Frank Devls
jiff ot th n". ofht' U I 22 40 Nmm. 1015
Y ft fl
Alt rlelb.rget
NOTICE loll W 110 AofSbeg : :' 10 II
1': 110 tt to pt ot NF,4: ew
: 20 II U I.r P.natt 12.82 All I4W'1.

G.ah..cI F.Na .... Aalnl t.wl given i that tin following described loads will bo sold Com 420 ft N from or It? t3 t t2 19 Emma n.lbe.e.r. f.31
hereby .. D. l\ft.
U ant II f nlk Juard
Nolle- at Btarke, the KMW"
31st .t
"I' Col' ot NW4 .
"r'lon payttheasmnuel hereinyset l'I."nt 10'0' a. n.rd..1 -
.Florida duo for taxes
at public to W 116
!ltale of such ?.. ..n' J'I.t Ilk I.
Bradford. together with all costs sale and advertising f t 50 t E 111 f t II 1 21 !
/ lluean
same, H .
opposite to the 8 5&& fl ': Pt of beg u 1 U Jo""phlne EIl..n 0 44 I'g lie. 11ft. rl."t.I 619
_ On. ]Load t4'ar Trlovs. It. T. R. Arise OwsjerAmerican Tsies Tract

.,. Trip Oar Round Unrrlpinrt. asses Arras ".........I.ln. 21 22 .I II tak.o'i;: ; :. inl 13 II Fred Dodd

I., Mo. 18.20 29.:10 ('...... ", .. 111.- UI.l1I: 93,4,1M II\O'i..t\: NEl4 .. E4 of 38 6 11 120 Tuns 38 54 H. A. Mminassa' 110I.ot Tr".t.. to. (Inri Voll.' 1 ask
11lk 1 ofNW4
ItD fir NW',4
T. "t
lA.TO 81'-110 F..t "...tt. K.... :II1.fS M.SAa. SE"\ Orov**, Inc. 9. RIk Alberta Tyson 119 11 1 21 \... I. BrWAot'k I
... kI we xis Jr. 119 741kN tot 8 l'
Nis, 2f.30 "..tS NW'4 lot 10. 11. A. Manassa 139 fart
1013 1N.30 ..ode City. K. AW4out IIWII, t lot 8. talk S WCnv1 I I.ak..hl.
LI'II. r). 'VaRL..n
,. Ai... n.'NI, :".'" Lravr.w'ik. Ken39: 53 "11.18 W 10 A of NE4! of 13 'I 13 90 n. }(. Faulkner 1007 Lot 4. lilk I 2.19 ;.:ot U I II f1dw. 'Y'. :ltaCD.m'ek' 14"NWI. Y

... Nla,. 10.- 11t.-tO .....1....... K7. 13.'S: :2193'i. : IIW",...tE'- k 1 AIn Steen 1I. ....y III 911'14 0' ... 1114 0' lIF.t4 4. Woo.f4! : of "r.4 1 tF.t4 A W'Mt iF.-&Co.:: NF'i
I':'I. U I II U
fI :n e :It..t of Fred e, Dodd
., "do, 111.10 IIt.1O LOriluFllte. K,.. U.so 2o'S.7:1: SK: r..r ot NE44 14 5 20 42 Jessie) Lee rjisenby 11.71 Wllb.rt ihiahee. 182 W 930 tt ot E: no ftof 1222

..... ot NE,! It' 20 28 Ray Saw Mill Co. 613ya I. Rlk'i Josephine II... 174 11'4 lit NI'4 U 10 Ur.. Sldn.y
.. "d. ,. ::11I":1: 1. 10 n. Dod'S0
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111.311 29JW AI...... MI. njt4Wye ew4\ 24 Silk U Lonnie Flowers e 24 About 14 A In 8W"' '' CnrI
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MAY 11 19 51

..I' ,,, PAGE FOES JiT -;---= qlyt I ,I
.. .. -- .-- --- ----- leader, met with Mrs. C. K. Hayes I ()rd..r... t',0n-, ,"_,-.
1(' Parties T Methodist Circles .,'I Apne.e T" ""'n'''n'
'Hutto-Parker Birthday and carnations wen
Mrs. Powell HostessTo I where gladioli Vat.,. 'OJ I
Met MondayMonday used in decorating Mrs. E. L ,nit I I lt1 I
For Young 1.111"
UDC MembersMember Engagement the devotionalreading "
t Matthews gave .
I Is Announced I' afternoon at 3:30: article entitled "WhcIs Vim
of the W T.'epk'' ,1 :\li and Mrs 0 L. Llnsln' enter an hex in'
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Chapter UDC ini-t at the hum,' I i t..1., .1 I at a joint birthday party o'clock the three circles of the My Neighbor" Mrs. Jame I n.. I', rHI
Marlene Methodist WSCS met for! their Hobbs spoke on conditions i In i'lilt t i'""
ol Mr, 10. I Powell \VVUncndaafteinnon \ tii. I iuir) two children" Ida. ,
II. I afternoon, on devotional program and nodal Europe and gratitude for our home 'In <.
of last wet k Mis Biota ,n) I Il.rry. Saturday that' "ii

i -, CJuhagun arid Miss Etta/ TiMi,, s> i 1\- th, l.in-in:,w lawn on Adams direct meetings land. IH"I'll I(II,,
U I. Gladys Moody ed aw: (ohcwitesi". K. M. 'I'll,' was fl years old on the Circle Ohe. with Mrs. Bertha to fib

Phone 3:t5 The meeting WIIH* pn-sd' ?\ >II ftli ,,nd Iarrwas 7 years old on Pearce as leader met at the home I1\KB s\I.K First .1"nil!1.1",, |It. ""'
of the
Iby the vUe-prenident< Mis W Gi I In 6thr of Mrs E. S. Matthew, where the The Senior Choir aft"-,' ,.,n
.a I I I II deco. 'rooms were Methodist Church will have 8 serve
f I i Haile. Reports of tin Mi mor. i said was attractively spacious lower floor .. ..1.1IIn" i

c Weds Charles R. I 11'xer( iBeu were. Rlvc n at whlc ,i 'i Kith balloons and serpentine decorated with Easter lilies and "Mothers' Day" Bake Sale on Saturday ( ,"t\nlnln i]I.,

Miss Joan Carpenter MyersIn I'D.' < Rev T Q Mitchell gavi,' th a ,, n' era hanging: from the trees Queen Ann's lace May 12. in front of the the. 11....,

Lovely Church Ceremony Saturday Evening; :Memorial address. Prizcf of SIC I .N Th. hlldren had great sport In Mis. E. K. Ferryman gave a Slade Gas Company office. Mrs. ilioniiftBllllll' IIIri ,

i 'h were given to Tat Kucera, L ry .'<>. lug: who could burst the most well-chosen devotional program G. S. Newcomb, Bake Salo Chair "nil>'lIciMli l\.' ",

,. nlohljjh: school for her essa balloons A lovely arrangement of and Mrs A. F. Sauce read a fine man states that beautifully deco. I again, |I",

,* Florida part of the war between ,1 M'lyummel' flowers centered ther article on family worship. Mrs. D. rated cakes will be on sale as W1TNIof I:. '

I the states, and Uarbara Le8 I. fn, shnient table, where the P. Carpenter chose as her subject well as a number of lovely red. Our ', ",
school for her traditional birthday cake emboss- of May: i I'Olrpt' ,
olley Junior high I "Who Is my neighbor? carnations to be worn; on Mothers'
Matthew Fontaine Maur I d red and white, individual ( .viJly
< in
ay >n Circle Two. with Mrs. L. D. The proceeds of the sale will \ 1
)'y pathfinder of the seas alte1. and punch were nerved,. leader met at the home I
Green as
I ''tlIY81YAtMD'"?"" ill The '""nvtery committee visited r., sides the balloons, the young- of Mrs. "'. 11 Nollman. Miss go Into the Organ Fund for the ll.i,,t

'''ii'+ lot II| cemeteries and placed I' dors received whistles as favors. Olive Ray opened the meeting with i new Methodist Church. I

re'lton) graves of all Boldlerbjt Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Llnsin
w prayer, and Mrs< A Wood gave a ,
ill viiis on Confederate Memr l in attending their 00 guests, In. Bible reading She ,,,il oga\o inte =--

r4 LcIMW.gBI1M i II) r> ',u. April 2t1. I 1// I'ludi-d 80 children, were Marlems renting, dlscu-Mi'n of ;,'otiinii'work STORE :'tlen _she2' ,

dX tlI! -4----- Th h.stork-si: program wall giv- .and Larry's grandmother In the ohui' h JALvAREZ'I Estahli I

4'h 1 1I' b Mi' Powell, who had as her Mr and Mrs Lawrence S. HuttcI I Mr"' Gertrude Llnsln Mr. and Cirrle Three :MlT H Slid)

h ipi 'Cltizi'nshlp of SoldlerH". I announce the engagement; of thuii Mrs. Charted Oakes Mrs Ned
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Guiulta, to ChailesI I I II "
1 daughter - ----
the 13mpmhcrh Eldon and - -
T During the social hour, Yancey, :Mrs! Hardy, r --
present enjoyed. delicious I I Creighton Parker, son of Mrs !>Irs Ernest Phillips':

r rrc hmi zits served by the hooIP Lt-lt.e. Parker of Jackxorivllle.
; J. :, The wedding will be an event olI t Mrs B. A. Colsrin of ,.W. Madison -

I Sunday June 21 I, at 4:30: p. m. in street, entertained at a lovely I Extra Savingso1

the First Methodist Church. lawn patty Thursday afternoon of
Mrs.Vm. S. ColsonIs
No Invitations are being Issued last week for her daughter, Di-

ComplimentedAt hut nil friends of the couple arc anne, who was celebrating her

Invited to attend seventh birthday anniversary.The -
Afternoon Tea linen covered table was Famous

centered with a white birthday
4 4s Mrs William S. Colson, the Merry Winkler .
} ne cake embossed with pink ro.ebuds. s
former Merry Beth Knight was
rainbow color scheme was ,
Chosen As InternIn A
the at a delightful in- I
honor guest j
4 'A" :
I carried out in Individual cakes
formal tea given at the K. L>. : f' J
Dietetics and favor baskets of candies
Matthews home from 3:30: to !9 | CoffeWhen
Helping Mrs. Colson entertainher A&P
o'clockVednes''IY'' afternoon. ;
daughter's 35 little guests
leases for the occasion were
liaS-I were Dianne's grandmother M>:7 i iF '. ,
E. L. Matthews, Mrs E S. I
F Flume and Mrs. G. B. Col- ,;:;-
thews and Mrs. W. F..
son Also assisting .were Doris "" You Buy the3 311.1
Pastel arrangements/ of seasonal Vickers and Iris Williams

;' flowers with Easter lilies and snapdragons -, '

predominating were usedIn ei. Mrs Denver Devrlck entertainedat /

1 ? decorating the lower floor of the a lovely Monday afternoon birth. .
f1T home. The tea table overlaid withan day party on the Devrlck'a lawn on :;J O'CLOCi

Imported cutwork cloth was \V South street, for her daughter >t! ::1 .

I centered with a low arrangement of Vicki, ,who was celebrating her $2.25Q' "

pastel spring flowers, balanced by sixth birthday anniversary ( .
yellow burning tapers in silver i The .yard was decorated with _: ,

holders. 1{ streamers of pink and yellow crepe :/ -- \ 4' r'''
paper. A yellow an pink party : ; RED CIRCLE
The guests were greeted Informally s'
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cloth with matching napkins adorned
t by the hostesses and the
A wedding Interest was the J. M. Brownlee and Mrs Edward;: honoree. Punch was served duringthe (I the refreshment table. The If .- $2.31 I.La'J

marriage of MINe Mary Joan Carpenter :' Burns of Starke and Mrs. S. T appointed hours by Miss Nancy i white birthday cake embossedwith #'''.N ?

daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Junlus Dell of Gainesville. In the receiving Knight, sister of the bride. I yellow buds held six pink "" r'; /

L, M. Smith, to Charles Rich- line which stood In front of''! In the candles, In yellow holders. # / '- /;}t"r7.jT .

ard Myers, of Charlatan, S. C. and the beautifully appointed mantle,' guests Attainting were the entertaining bride's mother The 20 youngsters enjoyed gamesdaring I BOKAR COFFE

Jacksonville, son of Mr. and Mrs.Parnwcll I were Mrs. Smith, Mrs Myers and' I the afternoon and were
Mrs. H V. Knitht. and her grand
R. Myers of Charleston, the bridal party. given favors of balloons and candy. '."
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Mrs. D. E Mrs. ..
mother Knight
a '# C. which was a beautiful event The bride's book was kept by! M. Rlcharde and Mrs. T. 1-1'1 Miss Merry Winkler of Starke,I Assisting! Mrs. Devrlck in caringfor \ $2.37 ;

pf 11k1f! relay! evening at 7:00: o'clock Mrs O. J(. Bennett aunt of the! Landrum. who will be graduated In June her daughter's little guests ,,

In St. AUrft'f Episcopal Church 'bride Mrs. H. C. Brown cut the from Florida! State University were Jo Ella. Hardy, Era Wasdin v ,{'J'4/
Officiating at the wa the I Twenty-five guests were invited and Luree Edwards.
Tallahassee has received
wedding cake and was assisted 111'Set'Vlng an appointment
to the IlUalwltn th Mother's
Rev enjoy : Day TreatsJane
Fred I Yerkei. 1 1 by Mrs. E. L. Matthews, honoree. as a graduate Intel In

( r --Prlor to the reading of the mar Mrs 3, n. QhaaUePi Jr., Mr RObert -' The I dietetics at Charlotte Memorial I Junior Club Plans ;. Customers'Corncr
hostesses their
riage vows, a program of nuptial I Turner, Miss Doris Moncrlef,\) presented bowl Hospital, Charlotte N. C., for the Social Event .. Parker.* Mother's Day ,
of honor with
guest crystal
< rendered Mrs. E. K. a coming according to an .
music was by Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mrs, George Pat- year announcement \
Ferryman organist and Mils,.I ton, and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee. as a remembrance of the occasion by Dr. Doak S. Camp. For Senior GirlsPlans I HEART CAKE u

Gene Williams of Jacksonville I Ieolo I After spending some time with I bell, FSU Prealdent Mother's Day has a special -
'I Elaine Edwards for the annual tea honoring meaning for the men
lt. The traditional wedding their guests the couple left for a Miss Winkler, daughter of Mr I :
R used in the service. the BUS Senior girls and their and women of A&P. Jane Parkers Mother's DayLAYER
s marches were I wedding trip to the southern part' I
Weds and Mrs. E. A. Winkler qf Starke,
Large vases of white gladioli of the state at which time the! Sgt. Dowling. Is one of five seniors from FSU mothers were made Monday eve I Our business has been

and Buster lilies were used to advantage bride traveled In grey silk suit '' In Quiet CeremonyAt receiving such appointments to ning at the regular meeting of built during the past 92 CAKEJane 1 1t
the Junior Woman's Club. Mrs S
In decorating the sanctuary complimented with orange acces- the of
I' major hospitals throughout the years by patronage .
O. social chairman is in
with native greenery and Borles. a lovely simple ceremony country for a 12-month training Denmark five generations of mothers.It Parkers :Mother's Day
charge of this affair.
palms placed throughout the' The young couple will reside at Tuesday. evening, Miss Elaine Ed- period. Preceding the meeting, Mrs has always been our
church Lighted white tapers inbranched 2334: wards of Mrs. Mae Edwards CUPCAKES3l J
B Riverside Jackson- daughter
candelabra, entwined avenue Upon completion of the year'sinternship Homer Swindall distributed the job to give the mothers of

'l with Jvy, cast a sort glow over the vllle after May 20. | of Starke, became the brideof 1lIas'Inkler will be new year books. Mrs. O. J. Ed' America the best of food

+4 setting.!' 1 The bride Is t a graduate of; Sgt.V.. B. Dowling: son of Mr. qualified as a professional dietitianand I wards Jr., president,. presided values and service.If .
and Mrs. A, C. Dowllng of Rai- -
Bradford High School and attended'
I I will also become a member of over the business meeting. Mrs there's anything we
The bride was given In marriageby "Super-Right
Top Quality
the University of Florida where'she ford.Rev. the American Dietetic Association R. A. Green, chairman of the do to make
her stepfather and selected ,was affiliated with Sigma !II L. D. Haines performed the boa Winkler, who Is a graduateof Senior Club Hospital Committee can your shop-
Thomas Ritch of Jacksonville easier please let
Mrs. O. ping us
Kappa sorority. ceremony at the First Baptist Biadford High School will re explained their plans for the Build
as her matron of honor. The know. Please write :
bridesmaids were Miss June Caldwell The bridegroom graduated from ( Church In the presence of ten celve her Bachelor's degree in Juntas IFreedom With Youth Contest

of the State ffarm and Miss Charleston High School and frond, clone relatives. a major In food and nutrition in The committee from the Junior CUSTOMER: RELATIONS Quick Fl'07l'n

of The Citadel majoring In Civil': Easter lilies, ferns and Queen the FSU School of Home Econom- Club to work with the Senior com DEIT.
Carolyn Hamilton Daytona
Beach. LlttIa"N iicy b. Wall of St. Engineering. He Is employed at 'Ann's' lace were used In decoratIng mittee Is composed of Mrs. Vernon A&P Food Stores RED PERCH FILLETS, lb. 2."

Augustine cousin of the bride, present by the U. S. Engineers In | the altar for the quiet cere- ics.Miss Silcox, Mrs. Al K. Carlisle, Miss 420 Lexington Ate.,

served as flower girl. Jacksonville. | mony. Margie Wall I Evelyn Stump and Mrs. O. J. Ed- Tew; York 17, }'. ". Portion, !Shank End

The honor attendant chose a Out-of-town. : wedding guests Included I The brldp chose for her weddinga wards. HAM, Smoked lb. 5;
lovely gown of pink net featuringa : Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Bennett beautiful faille suit with fI Weds Joseph Lamb The Junior project for the year

sheer bodice with a wide tucked West Palm Beach; Mr. and I white batiste blouse, compliment Is to raise at least $25: toward the I Sultana Longhorn

pink net stole. The ballerina Mrs. Ernest Jones Orlando; Mr. | ed .with brown and white acces- Miss Margie .Jeannette Wall State Junior project contributionof CHEESE -
skirt was poised' over satin and and Mrs. W. T Weeks, Tallahassee niece of J. E. Wall of Lawtey, $1,000 as a gift to the State lb. 5-

I layers of net. The bridesmaids': ; Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, became the bride of Joseph J. Hospital 1 for the mentally ill TUNA FISH AlIlI'oo Slicrl

dresses were designed In identical St Augustine; Mrs. C. F Myers, cor-sage Lamb, son' of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Miss Audrey Newman, guest

lines to that of the maid of honor. Miss Virginia Myers Mr. and Mrs. I, ; Lamb of Starke Friday evening at speaker, gave Interesting reviewson Flakes Flats BACON, lb. 4 4.,
the Baptist Pastorlum. Rev. L. D. the latest two Pearl S. Buck ,
G. F. H.
Dehrmann Mr. and Mrs
Miss Caldwell wore a deep lavender I .1 I II ter's wedding, with a corsage ot Super
W. Haines read the ceremony before'a novels. Right, Fully Cooked
net while Miss Hamilton's I H. Segrett. Mr. and Mrs. .1.1 pink carnations Mrs. Dowling I
M. Kerr Jr. Miss I small group of relatives and Delicious refreshments were 28cAnn PICNICS 4Fancy 4
Jeanette lb. .
dress was of light lavender net wore a navy blue flowered dress. _
friends. served by the hostesses: Mrs
Coyner. all of Charleston, S. C. !
Little NancyVall's gown ;was on ; (
A small reception followed the
Identical lines In pink net. The Mr. and Mrs J. M. Carroll Mr. The bride ,was lovely In a crisp Lawrence Dugger, chairman, Mrs. Center Cuts .
at the home of Mr. andMrs. I'agftSalad ,
ceremony D. L. Nix Mrs. Jim Ritch, Miss ,
and Mrs. W. D. Carroll J. M. Car- '
bridal attendants wore headpiecesof pink sheer organza frock with a SALT MEAT .
I j J. D. Doyle. flowerswere lb. .
tulle matching their dresses rol, Jr., all of Columbia S. C., and : Spring; shoulder corsage' ,,of pink carna June Caldwell Mrs. Richard Ray, Dressing, pts. 32c ,
In the
attractively arranged
Mrs.\ W. I. Coram, and Mrs Don
Mr. and Mrs E. D. Hart of Miami '
with forget-me-nots, and wore tions. She had as her attendantMrs.
Doyle. home for the occasion A
'I| White HouwtMILK.
carried bou Springs. (I Wise. Lawson, Page
silver slippers. They I beautiful Ralph
wedding cake, decorated
Mrs. R. V. Turner admitted
was Garden &
quets of purple iris. I|I with wedding bells and surrounded !served' the groom as best man. to the club as a new member. I 2 Tall Gang 27c Fresh Fruits
Barnwell R. Myers, served ai'll' Rehearsal Party with Shasta daisies and
QueenAnn's Mr. and Mrs. Lamb are making
best man for his son. Ushers were I, lace centered the white linen their home in the Bulllngton apartment I dexo Shortening 3 lb. 1.07 VEGETABLES
Larry Smith and Dr. Thomas At Keystone InnThe covered refreshment table. house on Cherry street \Mr Birthday Suppers ,

Rltch A ,beautiful both of Jacksonville.gown of whit I Keystone Inn at Keystone I I j I Sgt. Dowling will return to his Lamb is an electrician at Hum.phreY'1I I Saturday Evening lona Plain or Sclf.Rieing Inesap
[, base at Fort Monmouth, N.J. at Gold Corp.
Heights was the scene of a lovely
I Chantilly lace was chosen by the after rehearsal buffet dinner the end of the week where he Is Mrs Titus Olson entertained at FLOURS Ibs. 37c APPLES I
dress party I
bride for her wedding. The 3 Ibs.
,1 I connected with the Signal Corps Miss a dinner party Saturday eveninghonoring -
Friday evening for members of Marilyn Crosby
featured a tight-fitting barque Mrs. Dowling will remain herewith Mr. Olson who was celebrating Ann Page CoadenedTOMATO ,
the Carpenter-Myere wedding party i,
with seed an pearls illusion with yoke a long outlined sweeping with and friends who had ent..rtalnl'dl'I: her mother for the time Weds Carl Roberts his 60th birthday anniver j SOUP 1QCGorilen WhitePOTATOES

train. The fingertip veil of sheer recently for Miss Carpenter. I being. sary.At of Interest in the din-
Miss Marilyn Joy Crosby, CrapPotato
held In Two long tables were placed on | Attending the wedding and reception 101bs.3G
est illusion was place a
daughter Mr. and Mrs. room were ol
of Ing arrangements
Juliette appliqueJ with seed the glass enclosed. dining porch, were, Mr. and Mrs. A, C : Huh Sticks Can lOc ,
cap ; Easter lilies and
Butler Crosby of Brooker. and gladioli petunias.
overlooking the lake where the Dowling and children. Vernlce ant
pearls.. Her bridal bouquet was a Carl S. Roberta, ion of Mr. and At the conclusion of a delicious Fresh Black Eye
centered l buffet supper was served. The Tommy of Ral ford, Mr. and Mrs Dally
cascade of white roses table.. were overlaid with white Elbert M. Edwards of Daytona Mrs. E. C. Roberts of Daytona i dinner, Mr. Olson was presented

with a white orchid. linen banquet cloths holding centerpieces little Jean Bullock of Tucker Ga. Beach were married on Friday,,1 with a white birthday cake with DOG MEAL 5 Ibs. 48c PEAS lb. l li liFr
Mrs. Smith was attired In a becoming Mrs. April 27, In Kingsland, Ga. t I I six white candles one for each 10 -
of colored C. R. ScogKlns and
pastel gladioli. daughter
dress of Navy sheer with 1 i I Junket
which she wore mauve accessories s Interspersed with maiden hair fern, Mary Patricia, Mrs Fay Gill Mrs Mrs. Roberts Is a graduate of years.Following the dinner the Olsons Sherbert Mix 16c .-..h SweetCORNy4
of and balanced with tall pink burns Mae Edwards, and Mr. and Mrs. J, Florida State University and la "
and a corsage pink roses.Mrs. I their 12 the
Myers was gowned i ling tapers. The guests were seatedat D. Doyle, all of Starke. now an Instructor in the elementary Frank Landrum guests birthday joined party at CALO DOG FOOD 14c

powder blue and wore a shoulder small tables In the main dining department of Bradford High Landrums. I ears -

corsage of pink carnations. room. St. Mark's Auxiliary School. She is a member of A. O. the I Old Dutch Cleanser 12c

Following the ceremony a re- Following the supper the SO I Pi social sorority. The T. Frank Landnim home on Fresh Hard Ripe

ception was held honoring the guests enjoyed singing, accompa I The Women's Auxiliary of St. Mr. Roberts Is a graduate of the Eighth street was the scene of a Super Suds. lee pkg. 31c

couple in the St. Mark's pariah nied by Mrs. J. W. Kincald at the i Mark's Episcopal Church held iti I Army Srhool of Music Washington delightful outdoor supper party TOMATOES .?

house. Placed at points of interestIn piano. I regular monthly meeting Tuesdayat D. C. and is at present band Saturday evening In celebration of SNOWDRIFT. 3 Ibs. 1.09 -

the reception room were bouquets Hostesses for this delightful af.j "spend-the-day" party. Instru..tor"of Bradford High SchoolThey Mr. Landrum' birthday anniver

of white Easter lilies calls fair were relatives of the bride: ', The day waa spent painting fur. are at home to friends at sary. Sweetheart bath New Crop Tea. Yellow
lilies and gladioli Interspersed Mrs. R. A. Weeks, of Keystone, j I niture and repairing upholstery in Long tables .were placed In the bar13c'

with greenery. Mrs. S. T. Dell of Gainesville Mrs. the rectory. A covered dish lunch- their residence on West Madison j game room where supper was served ONIONS 2 Ibs. J 11A I
1 Woodburys
The bride's table, overlaid withan J. E. Wilson. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee j eon was served at noon. I Street buffet style. A massive arrange. reg. bar 9c r -

Imported cutwork cloth was and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee of Starke, I ment of gladioli chrysanthemums

t centered with an embossed three- Mrs.\. George K. Bennett of Palm I,WMU NoticeThe Beta Sigma Phi and fern centered the buffet table. Palmolive. reg. bar 9C

_ tier wedding cake surrounded with Beach. Mrs. H. C. Wall of St. Mrs. Landrum was assisted In & P Food Stort

calla lilies. Blanking the cake were Augustine, and Mrs. \\'. T. Wet'kal| program and business meet- The bi-monthly meeting of the I serving and entertaining her guest Rf'c. BarCashmere

lighted white tapers placed in of Tallahassee Ing of the Baptist W. M.\ U. will Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will beheld by Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr., :Mrs.! C. BouQuet 2 Teat
silver candelabra. Small nosegays The hostesses presented they j be held in the Educational building E. Johns and Mrs. Harry -Tucker. The Great Atlantic and Pacific:

of white pompoms and silver compotes honored couple with several] pieces Tuesday May 15: at 3 o'clock. The Monday evening at S o'clockat :Mr. Landrum was the recipientof 1 Octagon Toilet Rail. Camtntm Ca."rrlk, tea> rasa

also adorned the bridal table\ of their hoaen <_' :na as a mementc I Dora Alderman circle has chargeof the home of Mrs. Eddie Hartman many lovely gifts from the 40 Soap 7C 300 East Call St.

Receiving the gueiU at the o/ the caslon. the guests. ., ...
o' program
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-11" I.t'I.i I > i "tmnp' and Miss t VisVtinun !Silt' oX and Mrs, H. M'V 1, .1 t3pporm>n. S I' nnrtMi Mr J I D Smith th. l I"rm. i r
Evi-lMi. Slump' \ \\ite visiting! in iH I Adamere In Jacksonville .mil] Mrs U A Anderson had ,JIIIaTI8"n.: would like in' hoot I I
:Monti ..lln and Tallahassee from' Salurday." I ns RUI HIM .luring/ last week Mia:' from her old friends here v. hiltunder : (II iLiei-1 tJ f
\\Klm.sd.iv to of. I Kiiiin: i
Friday last week. :Mrs Ethel: :McColskev, of Lake Isiiijjht of AmerirtiH GR. observation for the next ,
:Mr and Mrs Leonard F. Mr: iiinl Mis Footer F"ldof Ala- "month at ,
a hospital
Smith. City WHS the weekend guest of : They nm\ L k kb
Jr mid .hu.i :Mrs Palllc and : To Service
Dedicated Community
son Larry visited 1.11'111,1, Mrs A. E. ;McDonald and Mrs. Epperson write her ill Walter lived Hospital. ,
. : THE: NEWS :Mrs, H r; Davis, Jr. In Tallahntwe. Jennie Roper. i.niH.], ,| ) r. KiitlUTlne. of Lake Butler Ward' R. Washington. D. C lnIt'M Better Than Ever"
.' from 1 and 1 R. L. Epperson and son. !! ___
Friday to
SlIlIlay.III' Friends of J. C. Hoover will be bee the :NKW'\ ItKMIMiTON:: : :
: Df St. Petersburg |
tS'llllams wai n business visitor happy to hear hii returned l home County Telegraph.' / All the mlnntiiKPH I. I Salurday. M.i 11! ONLY Ttii-s.I Wt'd.Iay: ]15: ISI
In ,
Munson Sal Miss !Sara! Barefoot and Miss I iCarolyn >
i Hlldebran Xfr. and Mrs. K'- urtlay I Wednesday from St. Vincent's hospital I > of a standard iimchlne In I >!, AMAZON BEAUTIES STAMPEDE 9
t0 1 iry and Linda,I and infant son of Drookavllle were Mrs..1. K. llurnctt and little where he had been under observation Brown of Jacksonville roim-nlent porUiMo> "lr.In I lit)l'Itf.F: rK.viriiK: I JUNGU RAIDERS A
daughter of Charleston S. C. and and C F. yatoman of Bristol ] at ar ar r Ass w ins s.
FosterHl' weekend guests of for the week. Bare-I 1 .
Morrlf- the T. I
Frank past .
Mi ..
4 ? Mr Rip pfaohler of Sumnierton. weekend guests of the P. :M. /malt < .c. llrn.Uvr.l ,'on nly. JOHNNY
Landruma. :Mrs.: J. D. business .. nmmyShamrak t\
Saturday. I S. C. Doyle was a foots. I ftiirMiu' In < hnn >rr.Rnnrh I ,
I \V T Jackson had Dr. and Mrs. C. 1!'. Sayles of are visiting Mrs. Burnett'smother visitor In Jacksonville "'edne sday. '! Tl SiimmiTiill.' rinlntlff vii 1 I 1 I ..
lilt Mrs. Had ley Ueece Beth ,Ton,- of Lake City \'Istf'd'! Lillian Sumnior, Defendant EIIISONa.r. ;
Miami on
Mr. and are visiting Mrs. R. :J. Pnvls. Mrs. A.V.. I
!" SE U I ,\ gueots Jr and daugh- Mrs E. K. Perryman Judge a few and Plaiullng road,! Mrs. Reece entrrtnlned .... Mr. and Mrs. Carl her grandparents, Mr. and, Mrs l j l>..I..r liihllnfl,ten tt.I! >.No.olli i.ea''In. Bray.HAYDEN. : I
""Ion days at luncheon C. II last week. I t ltnrar MlIT*; n.' II )
lIt PI.
Tuesday for Quick .Ill 111'l'ot JWEISSMULLER. M
of Key- while enroute to Johns and Carl Lamar were In '..
id Harriet Little Switzerland her Mi Lllllnn !llImm..rali.'ho.... It' t
Jt/'It':/ and Mrs Frank N. C. to spend the guests and also had as lunch- Jacksonville on business ]last Frl- Gail Duke of Gainesville spent] .I..nee and nI summer. .
(dl ""t. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. L Brownlee eon Kiiestx Mrs.' Sam Grimes and 1 clnv. the weekend with the H. C. ( Street lOum't'r... South Cnrnllnn.-: Wry .elyh, -. IIOf
r.1tlnd/ Mrs. AI MoorIer. > <<< '"
Seaman of ui"r Iu.lr"'t appenr on
>, (III of Vll1Iston."It and Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and Mrs. { Jacksonvilleand Mr. and Mrs. W. H.:011111 an; Browns and,I Jacqueline : I May) 1961.r 'In the above named I Ile mend aenen -- :.a III I
'lib ', ,,11II.\ .. prou.l to i lavgritor Sandy RI'entVE'dlleR Mary Plolt and Mrs were Calesvtlls visitors. Tuesday.j Court und cause, wherein plaintiff I ,
,11 .
Janle coin
A divorce; Award of ,
very.Mri chllihon
" ;lends, Bring/ u+ yoiii I day of last week at St. Augustine Mrs. Vergle Avery nan moved On Sunday afternoon Kaspnrnuin and support money to rtcfi-nd-int -.1NO-:' CON ;1 11.
sad semi \"Iupillan'/ I print-' Beach. J. M. Slhes of Fort Wayne, In Penney Farms to make her 'an Jtiinuil Jimmy Hoppe anda publish\lrn Jpwelry.Ind Richard FiKl. will he the overnight home.I.t. school students Orcltir In nnxt f<"ur
,I I'hoto and Long of rii-wuton spent guest putty of Tampa hlh weekly' l.H4iAji.Wltnmn ; I''rt|i 'Itlnl In Ixe" ('arI -
11) of
t E Hardy and I the weekend with his mother. Sirs\ Mr. and :Mrs Titus Olson tonight and Mrs. Crosby H. Daw-, rt'r a week's educational niv hiiinJ and iffl,'Ml ..
, \ I It "n & Think .u'r.ut
and, Jamspent F. IF. Long (Fridnvl Mrs.. Map Haw- kins of Cherry Point. N. C. are ton/ They spent two days In sent I nt Burke. Flml.ln. this April
.""rf pit t Hardy s parents Col.! and Mrs.\ H. C. Wall and kins of Waldo' Mr SiUcs' dnugh- vlHltlng Mr and! Mrs. W. H. Noll- Wellington, U. C. and, the remainder i lath'''1'11'1'T.191. !OI'r': ,. 1 I 1I'. .. a m-a'm'u i iulliy.; :yleiuekes4'P
W Barry. In family of St.; Augustine ter. will also. he the guest of the omit before being transferred to of the week In New Yotk.I IMr .1", t'I. 1..1',. .. ,',I.. 1 daring,
, .
J iA were OlHonw h"- IT ; + Thur,. Fri. :May 17 I IStonCRAWFORDwendtnCOREY
weekend guests of Mrs :J. K, Wil- today the Marino base at Qiiantieo. Va. and :Sirs. J. J. Richter Jr. Frnnk T.nndrnn. SlnrtuFl, it'd' n R I -
t !I snn 13 1'r. Geld Seal Coiiic.ilfnm:. anti] Mrs Grace filch underwent an I end suns Jimmy and.) Hobby, ofIn'kollvillr Atty for Plf 41 I"n o '" I u motion
Among the out-of-town .\rll1 lrollJ:' ({linker Linoleum at appendectomy, at the Alachua were weekend guestsof picturci WIt.li li liI
h weekend I
guests of the :Juniua Smiths liar I-'iirnltiire Co. Hospital last Friday. Visiting Mrs.Rlt.h the, J. M. Vickers. Phone 501 .. d ttJaJI'
FT Y I were :
: 'II III atr. and Mrs. Ernest Jones of Or- Word 1 has been received recently during her confinement were 1 Mrs 1 K G Duncan and daughter OSCA R DELL I
lando. Miss Carolyn Hamilton of,I from I.t. R M. Silvernail! that he I Miss Haven Crosby, Miss Frances Margaret Rose, were guestsof .\I..n "Hrnee iciilr' >" Serlnl and I6ttC
DAytona Beach Mr. and has been promoted to Captain. Crosby Mrs. Evelyn Harvey Mrs. Mrs. Kmmie: Lee Thels at Ihorecital DRY CLEANING.
K.;: Bennett of West Palm] Mrs.Bench O 'I I C pt. and Mrs. Silvernail are now Glen Duke Mr. and 1'11'9. T. C. In which the appeared Ht "SmMeiily: II'" 1'I11I'1nJt"11'''''''' r

and Mr. and Mrs. W. iHtotlon.'d In Trieste Italy. Hazen Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. the Friday.\ Muslcnle in Jackson- '. Starke. Fla. //1 1
a-.4-.. of Tallahassee. T.Veek j| :Mrs. Janle Avery had, as her H. Rltch. vllle Friday evening Mrs. Theta.. !,. I t/dl .

yl Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Celger andson I dinner guests Monday I'vE'nlnlt. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr. Is H piano pupil of W. J. Croslnml.Dr '> AI.I KINDS OF Hun.Iun.: May I I.:J.! 11Aliso I I1.
Mri.. J T(. and, Herlong \
>r Nelson of Green Cove Rnrnett of Charleston, son J. Roy left Wednesday and, Mrs M. B r:
Springswere I S. C. Mrs I'fnehler for Atlanta Ga. for Mr. and i
weekend guests of Kip. of Sum- a few days had as Sunday guests
Mrs :J. D. Doyle."" Mr. and !, mervllle. s. C. and, Mrs Ha.lley visit with friends, and, relatives. Mrs I'hlVonl.\ Mrs. Mary Edwards UPHOLSTERYWORK

Mr. and Mrs. :J. R Chasteen :II'. Keei-p cif. Starke.; Mrs. A.V.. Redgrave, / and Mrs.' and, Mr. and SIis. Claude "
and sou. :J. Roy visited St. :Mrs. Jv.. Prather and children Carl Johns underwent, operations Robinson of Jacksonville.Mr r
Augus Anita. and of In St. Vincent's C. A. Knight! spent t I
tine Beach Sunday. Harvey Pasadena. hospital Thurs and Mrs. fO.e YO/ Qau.AAru I
Calif will arrive by plane day. Sunday with Mr.:' and Mrs C C Expert rrnffsmcn!' _
Rev and, Mrs. L. D. Halnes and next Wednesday ,to spend ten days Mr. and Mrs Joe P. Tomlinson Shepherd. In Lake City. Hest Material: toed ,
laughter, Helen and Joan Silcox with Mrs. Prather's and J. V Knight
i 1 mother Mrs. ann R Attended the funeral Mr. and Mrs. 11.
ejy visited the Rlngllng Art MuseumIn A. F. Sauls and Mr. Sauls. It will j of Mrs. Addle James in Argvle. visited their son-in-law and daugh/ Chas.C.ShepherdUadio qatfte(7'ezd&
Sarasota, and 1 also visited [in bo Mrs. Prather'a first visit herein OH. gro.. nt,bay. They also visited t.'r.Tr.] and )11'''. Wm. S. Cots Latent :News mill. "SherpPh|

Bradentoii and Tampa/ Monday. 14 years. Mr Tomllnson's mother Mrs. ann in Orange Park Sunday.Mrs. T.\. Scat Covers .\No "Turin and flowpm"' 1'urtoon
Mrs. Havana Johns was a Sunday Mr. and Mr* N. Walnwrlght W H. Hunter In Valdosta. Mural I Gardner and Mrs 307 U' Call \\'..If" NOW FOR dinner guest of Rev. and Mrs. of Hollywood, will arrive home Rev and Mrs\ Homer Swindalland Jacqueline Moorer and children Slarke .
Homer Swindall. Mother's Day to visit the A. F. son Anthony are leaving spent Sunday visiting the StephenFoster -
JDUATIONGIFTS 12 Ft. Gold Seal Coiijfolomn and I Saul i !\Wainwrlght'n mother) Sunday for Martin Ky.. where Memorial at White Springs ..of!! llilr.-- '_- -. '':''': ., _.....--.r ;, -.-;------""-' -\'ii\ ( '-;.:: : : :.:- :-. ... -: ',
Armstrong Quaker Linoleum at for a week. Mrc. Swindall anti, son will visit Mrs. J.V.. Andruw and Glen
[ Hart Furniture Co. I Mrs Janie Avery had as. her Mrs. Swindall's parents Mr. and, Duke of Gainesville were fishing

to-A I wall Plan Mrs. Albert Lee returned home weekend guests E. R. Carswell of Mrs W. S. Johns for n month. anti crabbing on the Oklawahn
Sunday after spending several I Tampa and J. R. Hunson of Largo. They also will visit Rev. Swin- River over the weekend
UTIFULECTION ,days with her mother, Mrs. A. I Misses Dot Johns, Lucille Alvarez ,ilnll's mother, Mrs. M. T. Swln P. A. Dampier of Jacksonville
Hughes, in Naylor, Ga. Hilda Watson and Marion dell In Cllntwoiid. Va. while en- wa a recent visitor of his son and

[ .. Henderson spent Sunday; at Ruby route. Rev. Swindall will returnto daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. R.
", ---. : .. ':,. Johns'. cabin at Santa. Fe Lake. I Starke the early part of the C. Dampler. \.t\
OP Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Sr. and week. Mrs. Carne Rltch spent the :
ilton1'o. daughter Mrs. Fred Guy of Mrs. Mattie Gahagan In. leav roily part of the week in Jacksonville S
am NO BEERS Gainesville left Tuesday for Nor hog today for Savannah Ga. to visiting Dr and Mrs. T. G. Ati

& Elgin folk V... for a visit with Mrs. Acl- upend ten days with her son and hitch and Dr. and Mrs C. C. Men- I tt\

E R-VE D khis' other daughter:: Mrs. B. A. family. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett TCHES Pope, and family.Mr. Gahagdn. Miss. June Iatel was shopping In
AT and Mrs. S. E. Reyes Jr. Mr. and Mrs Win. Brinson of I Jacksonville Saturday. I
and baby Steve, of Jacksonville Valdosta Ga. were weekend Mr. and Mrs Ralph] Yarhray
spent the weekend with Mrs. visitors of Mrs.'JlrIn"'>I1'R father and family recently moved into the is. PC. Daystrom U

I Ia CENTRALRESTAURANT. Reyes parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Turner her sister Miss Mary former Presbyterian manse at 3-tS DINETTES
S. Sapp and family.Mr. Ella Turner and her grandmother, N. Cherry St. .
and Mrs. E. W. Murphreyof Mrs. 1>:Ua Johns Friends will be Interested to I Chrome & Formica

Baxley! Ga., formerly of Starke, Mrs R. S. Fernandez Dr. and know that Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Mc
were visiting friends here Sunday. Mrs. :J. W. Kaufman Mrs. J. O. Millan who recently moved from
Mr. and Mrs. James Deaver Llnsln and Mrs. John Shackelfordwere Starke. are located at 602 Marion
And DRIVE-IN spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Sunday visitors at the Stephen st", Alken, B.:C. Mr. McMillan him. '
Mrs. \V L,, West! In Bradenton. Foster Memorial.Mr. employment on the new h 'drgE'n'
I Mr. ant, Mrs. P. C. Newsome also and Mrs. B. F. Hazen of bomb project. 69.95NU 79.95THIS
Smartly Styled visited.. the Wests last week. Gainesville were guests of the L. Jack Abel leaves today for n
Filled Casenul'S it' Mr. and Mrs. Maxjo Carter had O. Hazens last Friday. vUlt In Washington and New
as Sunday guests Mrs. W. A. Mrs. T. D. Dyal of Brooker was York and will then go to his homeIn
: FROM Starling of Jacksonville and Mr. the weekend guest of her brother Ventnor, N. J. for the sum

and Mrs. C. Whitehead of Law., and, sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. mer. He will return to Starke in
.75 and tey. J. DowJIng, Sr. the fall. WEEK ONLY

up I Mrs. H. H Young spent" the

\\11TED TIME I weekend with Mrs. John F Fred-, ,
You May, 'BYing Your IT'S rlcks.m at Keystone Helnhts. ,
tONLYindow Jacob Rech recently left Starke

ENTIRE FAMILY and Is now residing In Richmond FURNITURE COMPANY
[ \\ Display Hill N. Y.Friends. I
and enjoy good KOCHS will be glad to learn T

HEM wholesome food and i I I after that week.Van being Patel confined Is feeling ut.. home better fora PHONE Starke, Fla.80

I Mrs. C. D. Williams and Mr. :J.

.in a I F. Hunt of Tampa. are guests of .. .-. - .. .- .. -'' ... ., .. ." .-,, ... .. .. .
their brother-in-law and 1 sister, t. ,. '' -- ..., -- .
NICE CLEANATMOSPHERE And Greeting Cards Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. Last
elry weekend Mrs. Green and her
guests visited Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
lard Pass In Tallahassee from

)AnD R. R.Inspector. You're ,Always Safe ivilh Saturday through Sunday. On I
Complete their return home they stoppedfor \
B Yoe
Fountain Service visits with relatives In Perry

and Mayo. : t\\'
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Davis, Jr. t \
... and son Greg, of Tallahassee will .
Termite Control he home for Mother's Day, visiting SAS

Household Pest Control I, the North at State Farm and ', t.
Rat Control the R. J. Da vises. Mrs. Davis and il\\\\
II Greg will remain with her I
Shrubbery Spraying parents
I for a week's visit Mr. I
Tree Pruning L. F. Smith, Jr. and son l.arry,1\ I
Tree Surgery I of Pl'nnf'YarmR., will also be | At 1'renent I We Do Not Have A Regular SalesmanSO

R WRITE spending Sunday with Mrs. I I
I Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. \\VK ARK OFFERING YOU THE JOIt
da Pest Control & Chemical Co. J. Davis. R'I I

Mrs. Irene! Johns of Green Cove'''
V. 6th St. Ph. 6033 -- Gainesville, Fla. Springs was an overnight guess'II IIof '

her sister Mrs. L. D. Green, ,
Wednesday Ordinarily wo pay a Salesman 10) Percentfor
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the huslnt'MH he brings UK. Let us pay

CAFE WHITMAN'S BOXED& HOLLINGSWORTH CANDIES 1'frl'' 1b tTI : YOU this 10 Percent. If you are Interent- I

CK'S AUTO r ed in a Range here is how it works:

301 At South City

Glassware ... Plastics ... Boxed Stationery 1 1l 50 Gal. Propane Tank (Line Lease)

BASKET SPECIALS Cologn .. Powder .- Perfume Full of Gas, Installed 66.50

__ $1.35; '
: : 1.00 .. ,.. ,..... I RANGE '- 99.50
___ _____ ___ -- .--- ONE -
RED SNAPPER FINGERS ________ .90 1 1
et t Specials Include French Fries Choice of SIX TALL GLASSES ; 166.50

Salad Toast or Rolls
AND PITCHER 1 l- Less Your 10 Percent .u. 16.50
Sandwich Specialser I .

er French Fries and Slaw __ ____ .15 $%.39 1J : t I -- 149.40

on i Uye _____ ____________________ .60 -- Sales Tax 4.06
*f with Homemade Potato Salad ____ __ .50 .., I -
rk with Homemade Potato Salad ___ ___ .1':' I I a

m with Homemade Potato Salad __ .50 Plastic Luncheon Set for Four 2.49 153.46
o uxw. I

Cold Plates Cannister Set 3.29 :
Plastic ,
Music to the ease: "Of court I
Jam with Potato Salad, Lettuce & Tomato .6;) your policy. cover chut". Iiw '.,
rk with Potato Salad, Lettuce & Tomato .75 Glass and China Vases 98c up i help you plan a complete Insurance !Ij

d with Potato Salad Lettuce & Tomato .75 program that will amint *- This
r- Outstanding Applies Any ApplianceWe
|ate ith Potato Salad Lettuce & Tomato .85; Boxed Stationery 59c to 1.79 that ixmrr.. See us this
"'POol;. Sell During the Month of Mau. DON'T WAIT ACT NOW

Boxed Pearls 79c to 8.25
Fountain Drinks -

my :Milk Shakes __ ________________ '0 and Brush Sets 4.00 IIt
.20 Comb SLADE GAS CO.
j"w (Hoot -Beer and Ice- Cream) :---- :.15 1i

t Where Treasured Gifts STAHKE:, FLA.
Sundaes J7 i7 Our Gift :

Strawberry Chocolate .20 Range in Price from 98c up




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4 j__ -- "" -- .. Kiit. J. Livingston, do- I I I. ,
I '" .1" HItton
..'l' nine pigs grazing and apparently and Mrs. Alex Sholp, Saturday. and remained for a longer visit I ed Ken Turner each Thursday butcher at so l d.l." 1 EI1/O Moignn, line. Ll\lnit di"i eased tiin., Lee dece Mor-..a. ..;. i

relishing the feed. And as millet I Ia ic Mr. and Mrs, Pod Starling of with Mr and Mrs Davis. chickens Jr dei i.nsi-tl, The' Florida. Laid 8.: II
of Turners that he (an now ,, .. .. Company nf Flori' ,, .
It should helpto Bell were weekend guests. of Mrs. Saturday luncheon guests Hut
vigorous grower I and tell exactly ., )Known to be xlstlnir or Hiailf,
i keep duwn the weeds, which are Kate Starling Mr. 'mid 1Irll.V.. G Stringfellow a feather \'... and ll. unknown ..1\.-. that ,ill. ",
DIARY taking over.Speaking. Mrs. Kquilla Roberts and sister wer :Mrs E. O Allen and Fred much the chicken "'M. trustees, Htotkholders nnd roller 's '?''
Mr. within an ounce or Inlmnnts t.> the hereinafter, ami! ..i"t
S C S Mrs Millie FORK visited friendsIn Cloik' 1)>( St Augustine and come,, .ed lands. claiming b.1 lands ,_
By Sam Mcflarvey of Joy who IB goingto Hawthorne Monday\ and also and Mm Albeit DeMacedo: olPhilidtlphln I I' it". If any of you readers .. under 01. age list It: Flciil. title t th n i ion
of fellow to help you, we n,1 and ItninlkTintlnn\I Comimny/ pi) .
Mrs Roberts' mother-in-law in Pa. Other guests / i i"'
calf next month we were ..I vti Kliirlilii rorporntlon, and title. ,
drop a I
The author will be glad to rr- Lake Butler. Mr\ ,mid Mrs. Strlngfellow during; he'll be available every day k n/OW n 'tlC'MNVM, trll.I....., dufcmliu,"t"i
(,,'ho! Items. of lnter.tt concernIng talking about her to a nelghbnt I I Hilly Broughton and Robert the week were Mrs. George Ma- Thursday r" Hint, other. clnlmnntH to thu You ,1., I Ireqttli
.. deHrrlhed, Innilil claim- ,
I ii tlM activities of farmer, lallrodfiiril and ho looked at her and Bald Cain were sightseeing in Jackson naHsu and daughter Christine of Junior Gibson Is celebrating through r uniler or against aid !r.in
11 C'u.ntySuggetInnM may that he would not be surprised It ville Friday night. Green Cove Springs who were arrival of his and Ann's I : 8 fly mul all. I persona. Interest,'Ial"a. A.r>. i'iri C
i lulu, till", Ibn or after .
be lift at the Telegraph/ office or she hud twins. Now wouldn't thnt Mr. and Mrs Austin Kelly:: and here Thursday. j non. born April 24, in Lake to th,> following, described Ing to.tc it,ril.

t T mall,-" .to !Sam" l\'cGan'ey. LawicyI'IorIiIa. be something! And especially In Maurice Kelly of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Crews and I j I Hospital Lake- City. The new sltimt"Florida In, to-wlt Htarke! Bradford ("/ th.nnd un,iourt ,
visited their brother-in-law and '
I view of the fact that their daughter Carolyn .were I rival weighed 8 j Ibs. 4, S, i. 'T. 8. 9. I" ii I. 12i: Holllft v K
Joy was
sinter Mr. and Mrs. Htarke ,
George and Alvle Werr and 14 of Hloch 10 of Living Fl. '
artificially inseminated with semen Rivers Saturday.Mr. hosts at a turkey dinner at their I George Truhy, & Cnmpnnva Addi plaintiff, i
"Hang a snake on the fence, and two so they can't jump and also from I certainly making to the Town of fit rke, In of said ..tl
tee If we can't string a strand of a $40,000 or $50,000 Jersey and Mrs. Arnold Wasdln of home Thursday evening. Their ... 58, Township 6 South confessed l h,
you'll make it rain" la a saying barbed wire along the top of the ; bull. We'll be delighted if we geta Jacksonville visited his parents.Mr. guesls Included the following I round their newly 22 Kast; It Is fin' ,

:we've heard many times since fence. nice heifer. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin Fri. members of the family: Mr. and home. They've set the and each of you are hereby. ler pear of he PuMI ,
suit has been In

S a
d we've been here. and last week S I day.Mr. !Mrs Dolbert Crews and Mrs. (can't blame Alvle-.she .. In the Circuit Court nf for four v",

Alice did It and this Is what hap Finally cultivated our aweet j I i i, One of our neighbors, who Is and Mrs. L. 1:. Ratllff were Calvin Williams and her daughters have so much yard to clean!) ",.. Countv Florida I In ('han- Jradfriquaiii'ieI n C< ,,
versed In such fountv ne-
things forecast a In 'liradford
visiting Jasper Sunday. wherein
pened: To begin with Alice and corn but not before it was choked. and Sandra and Sherrie planted two nice cabbage palms] "" Kntelprises: Inn., a Flori, f Witness U''
very stormy windy season "
out; quite badly with grass and I Starke. Mr. and Mrs. John .ip. Mrs. Tanner killed a big snake (aon.poisonoUe weeds Used of and coming this year on the ba.pls/< that 0.// the gate. George Is forever ii you, and also, Jessln Q I County Fie
kind perhaps a a pair sweeps "the sour Is blooming"Ve and their children, Allan 1' I -t.t:: a widow, Marl I Mnn- April A. n
dine hlllers and threw up as much I grass STATE FARM Sharon of Monticello; Mrs. Joe, Ing something They her husband 10. O. Man- A .1
chicken snake) and as our place think that we have quoted him accurately bunch of and nice ;Margaret. Curler and her hin- n..
earth as we dared up to the corn of New River and Mr. big hogs a
and link Carter Kmma' lllchnrd II- .
F' /
Alice laughed .1110f
rain don't
needed I
In the to the weeds pretend to Ity Mrq. Bryan YVhltfleldllrllgtrmirlieoit cow and calf the other day. ,,
attempt cover and Mrs. M S. Hayes of Gainesville w nnd T. Williams" a wld- '
said she would hang the snake on We've been told that the time to understand these things but one I m defiMidantii/ ; that tho lands iroiiin V. I k
I the fence to make it rain. A whilelater thing we're sure of is that .we, d In *aldnit Is: Stake Flor
black and the cultivate Is before it Is necessary ADDRESSESOF ,lit 4, S. 6, 7. '8, 9, 10 11.. 12; Attorney fi
hope he'a !
it wrong
grew very and that makes good sense, but Mi',. J. Q. Godwin( entertainedthe
wind began to blow and Alice the folks, that tell us that do not S S STalked Starke Bridge Club at The Life And TimesOf INTEREST !
went out and took the reptile off briefly to a forester about a
tell us when you can find time to bridge-luncheon gt her home
the fence. Hut apparently Bhe was do all the things which need doing II our wood lot, and questionedhim of last week. Wednesday New River Folks E. K. Ferryman Jr. 1775 I

too late for the wind and rain .. S S about the advUabillty of sell harmony was Lovely color Ity Jessie. Leo l..azpnby Union Blvd., Bethlehem Pa. ;
captured in
did quite a bit of damage around There Is some kind of leaf blighton ing the timber. He said that todaywe variety of summer blossoms the Mathew McKinney, 3819
here. It blew the home Jay and oaks In front, would get about $5 for it for mond St., East Chicago Ind.
of the :water
one the
d Frances Eunice were living In off I pulpwood, and that 5 years from party rooms. Among Tho George Andersons are proud Mrs. W. W. Hicks 3618
want to senda
its foundation and about wreckedthe of our place and Gainesville w* to now' we should get about $20 for the membership Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of their 25 acres of millet. It grew' Oaks, Newcastle, Brunswick
leaves to see
furnishings blew few It for won high prize while Mrs. C. M. to about two Inches high one weekafter ELE
Interior and lumber. Guess we'll take his Leon W. Carter, 518th
what be done about It, Shade __ _
can Turney won the guest for ____ _
off part of Tim Blackburn's porch. lot here In Florida tip and hold on to it as long as prize planting.We Combt. Co., APO 168. care ,.1 .
trees mean a high score. After the C. "Sit dsw.
blew down a lot of signs and blew to we can. progression are sorry to lone our good master New York. N. Y. U "..,y "its...
Needless to and if possible we are going try S S S luncheon was served buffet stylein neighbors, Leonard and Pearl .Col- Il c.,.... FI..d,
lot of trees. Geo. W. US53003642
FTqI, over a to take care of ours. the diningroom.. Sparks Ii C...,... T.bisI $
ff say Alice will never again hang Walter Wllkerson sold his feeder White gladioliand son. They purchased a new home A, 2nd Bn., M.F.S.S., Fort 'II I I D.,.. C...,... 7!
other flowers that were in 2'. miles from Starke, toward]I aI'w. I I Po.,... ChOitt
4 ;i a snake on a fence. Weighed Forty's litter of nine pigs recently. They were 3 pastel tones were |Houston Texas. ,- I PlOIt'O' Du.
as. weeks old and averanred DO lha. WaI ... artistically arranged Camp Blandlng-Just off the new Mary E. Allen.5740 Aguila ...,
I 1 Well our berries are coming In pigs at the age of 12 weeks and I think that Is pretty good. -- in a silver bowl that cent Camp Blanding Road. The new I Goleta Calif.

1 IV now. Just when the season Is about the largest weighed about 62 Ibs. S SHad ered the refreshment table that place has more acreage ((163: Pfc Bobby G. Patray JimJ (Ht
; was covered with
l4d; over. We are g tting- a lot of fine and the average for the litter Is a very pleasant visit from Additional a cut work cloth. acres) and a larger house. They Hq. Co. 2nd Bn. 15th: Inf. _

4Ii big berries but people for the most about CO) Ibs. That Is not very Jessie Lee Lazenby on a recent players enjoying this purchased it from Albert Kruse APO 468 San Francisco, Calif. J -
when Its Sunday. We read courtesy were Mrs. M. F. Brown The Harry Swishers have reoccupied -
tart don't want a product and enjoy her Pvt. Shalle M. Abernathy
others but It is G. J.
good perhaps
Mrs. Fletcher
( plentiful but will hunt high and New River column very much and Burnett Mrs. L. F. their old place. It looks quite 63081856 Bstt. D, 5th AAA
the best we have been able to do Chapman, Mrs. J. W. Andrews natural to their trailer
low for something :when It Is were glad to have the chance to see lightedup 'Bn.. Fort Bliss, Texas.
; scarce. However, Alice is selling so far and we feel pretty good meet her and get acquainted. Jes. Mrs. L. D. Vimng- Mrs. K. O. Dun again at nights Too they've E. L. Dirt, change: from : 145 W. Call St. Stark,

all we can and the rest she Is putting about it. But we have been pour-' ate gave Alice directions for makIng can, Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. 1"'. burned off their woods all around. to Pompano Beach Fla. ,

In our deep-freeze. Ing the feed to these pigs as we hoe cake and Alice Is going to D. Fancher, Mrs. H. J. Kucera and 'Think Harry's been sweatln' from H. O. Brown change

t Don't know about other folks. want them to get a good start so try it. Mrs. Herbert Thomas. fight in' fire but it will be prettier I Starke to Worthington Fla.

-,, but .:we'll Just about get our money that when they are turned into the S SC Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman returned with.. _m _All___ thA m_ linrlprhriiah_.._______n _ramnvatl_m____ I

out of berries which we put Into orn and peanuts they will be able We were busy enough before we Sunday from Orlando and green grass growing. Welcome : OTICF or Knlit, TO tHK y\. rroiKslnte <.....
thorn. And all the work we put to really put on growth and started our roadstand, but now we where they had visited Mr. and home Swisliers! All creditors of the estate of
into them we'll have to write off weight. Looks now as If we will are swamped with work. Folks en- Mrs. Robert S. Chapman since Ira and Thelma Merritt were Mna A. Rennolds deceased, are ,

wa j as good wholesome exercise. Maybe take them to market when they Joy getting vegetables which have Friday.Mr. seen in their old stompin' grounds claims bjr. notified or I demand and required which to they rile i I FULLY EQUIPPEDthe

it'll be better next year are about 8 months old and wantto just been picked and we can and Mrs Jack Nelson of around here recently. They've have against said estate In the I
S. see how close to 200 Ib. averagewe understand that as there Is all the Jacksonville spent Friday night looking for a location. Think they floe ford of County the Count Florida Judge In the of (' ,

i Sold 12 hampers of Tendergreen can get them. But think thatIf difference In the world In taste. with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. BrannenMr. 're going to Gainesville to "shop" house at Starke, Florida. I I

beans at $2 a hamper at the we try this stunt again (of raisIng And then too, we are getting to and Mrs. Garland Godwin around this week. date eight of calendar the first publication months from of !I most modern and efficient equipment
market in Starke. We had pretty out hogs) that we will start know more people when they stop of Palatka were visitors of Mr. Convention I be notice In Each claim or demand i I available to the profession is

'i good beans this year for a change the litters later no that we don't In that way. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin last week' Our Long Bridge Christian place of writingand residence and must post.of slate C "**t.,
4* ht with only very slight trace of rust. have to buy so much feed for S S S Church Convention was attendedby address of the claimant and used by this funeral home In maintaining -

I cL Have another patch coming on in them. Those old demons the hawks end.Mrs.. E. J. Richards of Newton an unusually large crowd. It agent be sworn, or to his by attorney the claimant or It ,

U a few weeks and hope that by that S S have been getting some of Mac Kansas Is here with her sister was a beautiful day and every become void .."cording! to law. I : its well known standard of
April 27. 1951.
H L4 time that we will not have to pay Thought that our tomatoes were Griffis' "biddies" and Mac has Mrs. Lola Johnston, and with their one seemed to thoroughly enjoy It. OEO. L. FATTEN ,
pj'' someone to take them off our doing fine until we Inspected them been having quite a time trying to father, David Baker. Dinner! Well, it was the same old Administrator of the t I Service.DeWITT .
;w handa for us. Still you never can and discovered an Infestation of kill them. 1 story. There wasn't room on the ceased of Ervlna A. Hennolds,
tell. orange colored bugs with black S C S Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis had as table for all the food! It seemed, C. JONES

I S S dots on them eating up the patch. You've heard of a fighting bird .,their visitors during the past I as though aa much food was taken 1 hi nnntr The Florida rirrsrit I.tenet( kaaeerrPYadford Of '.. I Phone 7 Starke Fla.

Toby (the half Jersey-half Brahman Dusted the plants with 3% DDT but until you've seen Jule Eunice's weekend Corp. Johnny Crews of away as was brought-after feed- : County Development:

4 ) decided that she was a doggone and it stopped the bugs at least I torn turkey you havn't seen any Cherry Point, N. C., Pfc. Edward'I' Ing the crowd. I've been around terprises.Klrhard". Inc.a widow Plaintiff, ..t al.vw. .. Director !Ambulance Semi I
I antelope and jumped the for the time being. But we have I thing. That rascal wilt really try Crews of Ft. Sill, Oklahoma! Long Bridge for quite a number of ants. '

fence In back or our farm and pretty good vines with a lot of i i to take you apart if he gets the Misses Irene Crews and America years and I've never seen a dinner pp..r Order of Thi.PuMiration otate..if and Florida Mntlre'' local funeral home enables na to offer convenient u|

joined Harold and Jay Eunice's fruit and should have ripe tomatoes I| chance. Rhoden of Taylor Mr. and Mrs. spread that wasn't bountiful.Mrs. Ana-ellne. Welter If alive, and. services not otherwise available.
dead her unknown heirs. .
herd. That was bad enough but very soon now. Harry Plnkaton and their daughter Aubrey Welch's mother. v-rantees., creditors and other
she also took Comfort along with S. e Our cow and calves have been Ann, of Worthingeon Springsand Mrs. Jones of near Lakeland was ants to the hereinafter' flescrll) ,

her and we (with the help of Jay Lots of things drive you pretty pestered by large hatchea of flies Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Rhoden visiting her recently. or lands against claimingby her: the, unknown through furnish the highest type service at lowest price. It 1

Eunice) chased the calves around near crazy on a farm (mostly hogs and we finally did something a- 'and their little granddaughte., Karen 1 Junior and Kathleen Johns of devisees, irrantees, creditors. ANT life insurance policy In force Isstied by A."

7 the woods In the dark half the breaking out-or busting Into' a bout It by ,spraying the animal.llwith Rewta of Taylor. Mrs. America 'I' Gainesville visited their aunt duftrlhed other claimants lands claiming to the ... company, as payment in part or In full on a funeral

I night before we finally got Comfort cultivated field) but every once In Marlate. It Is a real satisfac- Rhoden of Taylor came to the Truby Hodge, recently. under or against' nay or all! n : Consultation carries no obligation.
I back Into our pasture. But a while something works out fine tion to be able to get rid of the insects Farm with Mr. and Mrs. Rhoden' Everett Renfroe says be' help- llnms Livingston. deceased, deceased Kata, Livingston Mary" T ,, I

Toby will not come near us and and you get a kick out of It. For that easily and especially as .

iL we have'not yet got her back and example, we- planted some millet the poor beasts cannot protect ALWAYS BE CAREFUl DRIVING _ -
then a few days ago Comlortjumped and cowpeas for our stock to themselves

,/** .fence again so both graze on land which we were not .. ...

1 d i calves are A W01.. When we get going to crop. and now it is a delight With a poor stand of sweet corn ""SII1""' + -_ ..

? them back, we'll shut them up In to look at the green field and In a big field we have been doinga ,,uSI '

the barnyard until we can. fix the i Bee Joy (our family cow) and the I lot of thinking: about how tc : ::

combat the ear worm. Now we are _

H SPECIAL THIS thinking seriously of using the '
; mineral oil treatment which consists i

of Injecting about 3-4 cc. ot

WEEK ONLY !II mineral oil plus pyrethrlns Into the
silks when they are beginning to

wilt. The timing of this method la

extremely Important as If done too
: 'I soon It will interfere with pollination '
, and if too,lat8' the earworm _
will already be in the ear. This pro. _
cess i Is not advised'for large flclddit

c it In slow, but we think It .
may be what we will do for we
have a poor stand,. and it would -
, not pay to have it dusted by plane -- --
and dusting by hand would mean
J 1 -
too many trips over the field. The
data we read Indicates that the results -

about from aa mineral satisfactory oil treatmentare as any 1M d44wwm q0e4 mete tliwt SkLvPeep:

' other method. We got the Information -_-
from bulletin 466, Con '

trol of Budworms Earworms and Nobody wonders what you're driving The_power is different-eager and
j Other Insects Attacking Sweet sure. the tenseness out of driving -

i Corn, put out by the Agricultural when you roll by in this one. Buick's high.compression Fireball responds to slightest wish with a
I your
Experiment Station at Gainesville.
C S C In the 1951 lne.up' its b ran d-new engine does wonders with fuel and surging swoop of power.

We're afraid to even look at our front-end styling stands out with a no matter what you demand in emer. '

runners as we simply have not had beauty all its own. gency, there's horsepower to spare. No doubt about it, what you get in a
the time to take care of them. But
(\ if we have lost them it will Indicate Handling is different-this Buick is far more than just a new car

"''l,; .1. quite clearly to us that It is :"ibu're the proud owner of a Buickand to steer itself car seemsit's a whole I new experience in getting

U., r't', just downright foolish to try to dd the whole I world knows it. on straightaway or curve pleasurably from here to there.
", V' : ; so many things that you cannot -and swings lightly into parking spots

LIMITED needs.give each So perhaps thing from the attention now on our it But you-at the wheel 1-enjoy a long inches shorter than you'd think you So why not explore this difference?

motto will be "plant less and take list of differences that go far deeper need. Come, take a Buick over and find out

SUPPLY better care of what you plant". At how much satisfaction smart
than looks.
the present time we are not running ...- .. ..__ Capping it all, there's the silken' versatility very

ORDER TODAY! the farm-It Is running us. ) of Dynaflow Drive that takes money can buy.
The ride is different 1 level 1 ._,
We don't own the farm-It owns t;- and true ......----.r.eet asIJi is 55"Q'...-..""

us! ')bu sit the road with special assurance

... e :" : ACME because Buick's torque-tube drive No other ptovidma mil thlsi __

HOME keeps rear wheels firmly aligned-soft
$ coil springs on all four wheels soak up 4-WHltl
: 408 W. For >th St. Dy Mr.. John !McKlnny the bumps and bobbles-honest weight
keeps you on a steady keel.GREEN.
:Mr. and Mrs.\ Foster Reynoldsand INSTRUMENTS e DKSAMUNt STYUNS

I USE HANDY COUPON BELOW son Richard spent last week BODY ay FISHER
i - here with Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
r-------- I I Abernathy.Mrs. .""""".'* 'tOADMASTU.oottasot el sure rates otIwr to**

ACME VACUUM! STORES. L Lizzie Hines of High r.....t.HFN'' J. TAytoC AaC N.t _n Msd.v ...e&_ WHEN im AUTOMOtlUt AU SOIL WICK WIlL tWlD THM

'[ I 408 W. Fornyth St. I Springs is visiting her daughter r

Jacksonville Florida Mrs. F. O. Starling,. this week.

' I WITHOUT OHLIO\TION I would like a FREE Home Demonstration I Mrs. Lizzie wynn spent Friday
with her brother. John Mc-
with 8 ttarhments night
of a beautiful rebuilt Eloctrolu* complete BUICK
Kinney and family. COMPANY
I for $12.93- I Mrs. P. O. Starling vlilted her

daughter, Mni. Frank Thomas In

I I Name I I Hampton Sunday. 225 TEMPLE AVE. LEX GREEN FLAMAY
Address __-n____ Mrs. J. F. Crenshaw of STARKE,
spent the weekend with her

I city -._ _ Stats I daughter Mrs. I... K. Ratllff.Mra. .
It K. F. I). !f'nd! Specific. IJI..tJonll Lloyd Garber of Starke
I -J I was the guest of her parents, Mr.
a - S Si
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At The Tabernacle St. Edward's Catholic Walker; the Maid of Honor, Nancy o f.,,,11 m ,I, ""J I I t. "R' (I.
I Hearst and the crown bearer .tiJ.N., J4I "''If ,I.. I"u th I" 1n ,r,". di. ,'rn.. .lIn
Bejflnnli 5 vith Friday e.. Rev William H. Neuhaus :"tichlyn Mustier. Her train LAKE GENEVA I V>. or..t l--imnr.. ..Turn-. A.n 1049. ell''. II 1 1 ,n,,i i.Id .,, ?I .rtlrl'a., ..
pas was .
,, .
when the Sponsor r> nailn! f Prnprrty WW\ of will I.- t 'Hi- "I h.t bl.ldi
brought a pro tor carried by two ,-VV' r SWi'. ,. lOt the I h" .. ,
I white satin clad Blanche 'f "- 4 T 6 S.. It. 13 .u II "" d"a| "II the fir"
phetic meiaace from Ezekiel andon Mass lly Cunningham:" i| I': 10 Ar nCame Mnndny In "".'"h..r June 1uhlch "< '
Sunday at 9:15: a. m. pope boys Vcnsy Walker andRobert '
through Tuesday night the | In which *...... Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. I ICcnfesslons Jackson Jr. When she had 1 Ilrnwn Dated thin 25th day "I Vpni I I..f
I *am proplu-tic strain was con Saturday 5:00: to been Rented on her throne, the The many friends of E Cooper I i I All of .",ul property being In the A ,T ThMiiiAHflork "
s ;' tinued and those hearing these' will be glad to know he Is doing I'''"",,ty of liradfurd. at Florli of i-Hc (' ,
sunny 6.00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. Queen of the Falrl.... May Ches- i i da Htata mi "Up' If I
remarkable i, Brndfnrd .. .
messages from the Inspired i Children's Catechism Classes, alngtcm presented to her various nicely following a major operai t.I1Io.. eu-h cortlflrate certl- rminix Florin ?
Word<1. know pretty well the' Saturday 10:00 of tlon In St. Lukes hospital In Jacksonville I or t.lt| 4t A-t
: a. m. groups dancers who
Methodist Church times In which we are living and last week ...... - -.. -.. --- - -
Church I Adult Religious Instruction her pleasure. These Included '
what '
I to expect, and their heartsare courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., the Bunnies the Rosebuds the! Captain and Mrs J. Nowickl andchlldrf'n I'
1 rvance of Christian The First Methodist Church of' 21 cheered by the words of Luke and by special appointment.The Daffodilly the Brownies and the left Friday for Seattle
close this Starke cordially Invites you to attend : Dolls and I Wash where Capt. Nowickl will ;
: 'i; comes to a public Is cordially Invited. finally the May Vole Marlin 1 1i
the First Baptist our special Mothers' Day A lovely basket of flowers was Dance. The Festival was under the be stationed. He wan formerly at Factory ServiceWATCH

4'f Day" will be service on Sunday morning: May placed Ian Sunday In honor of ...f.VTEl'OST.nU:: ES'l: direction of Mrs. Wllllnm Reynolds Ft. B..nnlnGIL.. while Mrs. No

I iIwt! I Family all of the 13, at 11 o'clock In the StarkeWoman' :Mothers' Day by some who expect 10th St. and Temple Ave. who was also director last I wlckl and children were here visit

f :t: mghout to be out of town. Sunday! School 9:43: a. m.: Morning year. Its success was due In large!I Ing her parents the Austins

.t" he day. The Pastor'sit Club building. Special I Special Mothers' Day music will Worship 11 a. m.; KvangelU. measure to Mrs. Reynolds untlr- | Two of our local fishermen had i,, KKMUILDINT.

the eleven o'clock:I music will be furnished by both the be rendered at both services Sun tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyomwelcomn. I lug efforts but also to the cooperation : the misfortune to fall from their I 12(5( Conrt St.

fIIf 'Building a Christian Senior and Junior Choirs and 1 day. of business men and moth- boat In the lake last week. However Starke, Fla.

hick time families will baskets of flowers will be presented I Visits from Missionaries are era who gave: unselfishly of their 1 after their spill they caught!
I scheduled for the near future. some big ones one 8 pound and
LAWTEY time and
and the youngest: to the olden and money I
ft youngestmothers ,' Watch for further notices. There will be a special serviceat success. i one 9 pounds, and quite a few
miners presented with present and to the mother the SlU'llll!; heals smaller ones. Who were these\
First Baptist Church Sim-
t \I oleo, the largest family having: the largest number of the Airpark Baptist day for Mothers' Hay. Service Mr sad l Mrs. R. F. Miller of I boys? None other than Red Still- R B ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER AND
will bring
. J IB choir Immediate members of her family will start at 10 am.Keystone Camden N. J. have been visiting lings and Ernest Davis How I STORAGE CO.

jJ' ,,10 with Mrs. Lucile Monannlat. present. The pastor. Rev. Thomas Sunday School at 9-43.: Lacy !\ 111,1Irlt.. Kyle McMurtry for I IIr. about another xplll boys, and bigger i
and Mrs fish?
tnr Conway Sunday School .
d Supt.
the .
1 O. Mitchell, will preach on the past week.Mrs. We operate localS
', ; ,' Morning Services 11:00 Heights Ruth Wilson of Green Cove I Mrs T M. Flnley and MrL ss::::: : tang distance \
) Happy Hour sermon topic "Children Deserve B. T. U. 6:13) | 1 In mm In Jacksonville
d ,? veiling' : 1 Sprlufa; spent last week, with herj i spent thursduy -I R.&AvAREIt50s anywhere In U. s.
.43 Rev. Haines' mes- Christian Homes.' Evening Worship 7:30: Ity )1 r... :Sara n. MrDoiiuld son \v l>. Wilson, on Lake Brook- QJ MOVING tnumf ri* .

Culled or Sent. The Sunday evening at 6:30: the Senior Come worship with us. I lyn | Gainesville callers Saturdaywere IM" a....ee.Y I \
and Intermediate I! Rev L. O. Hemmlngway Pastor (hnrch :NoU; I' Mrs L Hamm and Mrs. T. ) EXCELLENT
Methodist a Col.
in will be led In slnjr- I and Mrs. McDowall havegone I ;!
[Stahl with Mrs. Thelmathe Youth Fellowships will give a 1 The Young: Men's Class and the for a ten day trip to Wash Ml 11:lean. $ 8TOKIGHFACILITIES

piano, and Miss, Sandwich supper in honor of their Presbyterian Church Gulden Circle Class! of the First 'Ingtnn; D. C. Children from hero taking part q:;

un at the organ. The parents In the Methodist Recrea- Baptist Church met together at Fay Sargent has returned t'.ll I In the May Day celebration held In : :

directed by George tion Hall. Following the supper. 9:43: Sunday School. the Church last week for a social Warm Springs: Ga. for 'Keystone: Heights Saturday were I

sing Sunday School a new.film "Is Your Home Fun ?" 10 a. m. Friendship Bible Class and business meeting. There were Mrs Uniliey Walker treatment'j): Martha Sum Flnley, Shirlene Agents For t

43: with teachers and will be shown to the entire group. 11 a. m Services conductor by 52 members present."" fonnln Knight: were i Hamm, Sylvia Olisson and GlenilaWhltewlde. ,

r classes for all ages. The newly elected officers of| Rev. Charles Imbrle, of Penney On Friday, May 11, the' choir Savannah this week DKLCHKUimos. See us first

.'nlims gather at 6:45: both the Senior and Intermediate IMYF's | will have a business meeting pro. Dr., MiiHser and family havemoved ,' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wil.H I and ___- __,_ .... I
Church of Christ coiling choir practice. Any one In. son of Jacksonville spent theweekend
Mr Ceo Jonea.lnvitation will be installed at the 8 Into their newly purchasedhome
I terested In singing In the choir isinvited at their summer home
Is o'clock :
.. worship service to be held Keystone Lake.
nrahlp at the mid-week in the Woman's Club. Mr. Mitchell Turner 10th and McMalu.nBiblo to attend. Miss Schick has moved to her here.Mrs.

jlnestlay at 7:45.: as welle will Install the officers and School-10 A. :M.: There will be a special program new home at ParkofthePalmsMrs. Ida M. Gentry and ,daughter -

Sunday hours of wor- preach on the subject "A Charges Preaching A.1and 7:30P. : for Mother's Day In the Sunday G. E. Wiggins has been 111 LJlllnn spent Sunday with
To Keep I Have." I :M. i|I School and In the morning serviceon for several days at her home but relatives In JacksonvilleIn ATTENTION

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Sunday May 13. la. .
reported .
recovering. j
each 7:30 I rlrrtiU (Court ttmdfiird t imnlKlorl.lnl ,.
Wednesday : P. M.
There will be a special programin Mrs James A. McDonald! anil I In' hnnrrrr.llll TOBACCO GROWERSLet
Everyone welcome. i I .<> \\ 1II''fII'' ', Plnlnllff. \ .\1- u:.
i, SUNDAY 11 A.M. the Community Church on son. James A. Jr., spent this week CJ Wlllliiiux. |i..roiulitnl,
1 j Mother's Day, with corsages for with Mrs Sara D. McDonald l <'PL.,. N MOllrilrrt Us Write YourHAIL
'The Responsibility of Motherhood"Jful ..., .. .
i St. Mark's Episcopal the Oldest Mother and the Youngest Thieves hnve been at work againIn Of Pnblli'Dllon %n i< laApurnr
Nl'\ll! OK1 Klolllll Tot
Corsages will be given to Mothers: presentin Mother. There will b.. a BaptlHiiml Keystone: Last Friday night Alvin 14. William, ,, "h,.". i r. -,,Jn .
this Friday. May 11, 7:30: p.m.: Instruction service, and parents who someone entered the home of .... i* "t'nkiinwnYou INSURANCE
Class Rev Fred, Yerkes arc rtviiilrnt t" 15Pt.II in
have' children to be baptized are H. Ilasklns and took cash mid Jillin 41 h, Ittfil In Ihf, Mtun named
ST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton I Sunday May 13: Church Sihaol invited to bring them several mticlen of value 'I'ouiL and, "HUN*., \vh..r..in pl.ihitirrHiioltH '
I sow lie fore You t\etd It
9-43: a.m. Morning Prayer 11 a.m., The tliviiriu. ireiioinl equitable r. -
The playedthe I IeL
Concert given last Sunday
non GRAY, Pastor Mack Futch. Lay Reader.
MolroHo Elementary School on Bradford County' 'lNrnpll: hull
was enjoyed
Evening Service 8 ".:\1. everyone presen publish thin Oid.ir. Itt n 51 r ,i r ui
Monday May 7, In Keystone.: The I
ciirncii OF GOD It was the First Methodist Church weekly I Issues, ., Every Jlranch of
"How To Have Happy Home" Choir of Gainesville directed by score was 10 to 1 In favor of the Wllni'NM luy hand and iffl, "al il\ I
8th & St. Clair Sta. Midgets.; nt Hturku, Florida, thl. Mil: d, r

mice will be a special recognition of FamilyA Sunday School 10 a m. ,Mrs.' Carter K. Ruff at in the Jones with and JamesV. Russell IJ.ni| s (lull OrKitiiUfilLaxt (1'ini Ol-'FlCIAf SK.M.) A. J Th'imai, INSURANCEH.

Rift will he presented to the family with the Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m organ week a group of 1 Keystone An Clerk nf "..1.1| 'nurt"
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: rn Dnnbtin at the piano. Soloist ny JIll v..n (C'ronhy l>euiiy| Cl"rk ;
largest number present. p Included Mrs William Huringer men organized, a Don's Club. It Is ('him. 11 llonH, illM-lili hiiiriin Lit.
School 10 A.M. B. T. U. 7 P.M.: Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: pm temporarily under the sponxnrshliof I lu,Mil I MIC. .Ia'k."villn. ,''1",, MI1I8faJge! Flnney William for "rif. ,
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m the Staikc, Club until mganlzn Mi 4t 5'G
---- I
Tatum George!: Mason Mrs. James C. WALL AGENCY
Ml'I'KM IIK tl'I'IK' .
Ion Is completed. They hope that ; :TIOfoil .
HOPE CIIfKCII TIIEUESSA Bailey and Mrs Ku.sHell Dnnburg 'I'11FIII i,
the second week In June
by theycan House Mill >... IMIU
There will be the usual homecoming Mr. Danburg played a cello solo. : i PLEASE: : !PHONE
hold" a charter night cHebra No rl'N: l Is IIKMKIir: IIIVKV) : 'that
at Hope Church Theressa The offering went to the organ tlon. C"LI'I I I l"r..wn. thn tiulilxi, if th P.1.| I II"wlnlt
The date has been tentatively -
m.rllfi."tie has hail
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor on Mother's Day. May 13 1931. fund. fixed as June 11, but Is still for it tax deed. ti, h. nldOHrllflf.HfKM ,it i
Everyone Is Invited to come spend The May Festival Saturday Hud. thf-rnoii. The irllf l..at** numbniH j, Constant Service
uncertain Meeting will be h..hIOJI Over 50 Years
and of |lu.ce, the d4nerlptltin .' -
May 5, was tile second to be held yearn
BAPTIST CHURCH the day and enjoy the services.C. the 2nd and 4th Mondays of or the |irrii..rty and, lhuiinii ",
5T Starke I
Sullivan Clerk. In Keystone and it Is hoped that It the M In which It wit n.** .MHI,1 era
the month at 7:30: p. m. at
will be
an annual affair. The set -
iferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town ting was beautiful, under the Inn.

PHONES; : Office 231 Pastorium 130 FREE shady oaks In the park with abu..kdrop Officers elected were: president.
Dr. Miwser; 1st vice presidentKyle .
\ of pine greenery centered McMurtry; 2nd vice pres YOU'REALWAYS
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00: A.M.: 7:45 P.M. For Prompt FREE I by the white throne of the May dent A, E. Anthony: 3rd vice
of Dead Crippled & Worth* Queen. The> lovely costumes of the!
president, E. ; secretary
School 9:15 A.M. Unions 6151.: .
ly : :
queen and her court made It a
less Cattle, Horses Mules, and treasurer J. Phillip Sullivan.
D-WEEK: SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45 P.M. colorful spectacle The Queen, who I
& Hogs I was Miss Ann Walrath was

Call 132 StarkeWE crowned by her Maid of Mono. In flr.'iiU fniirt. llrnilford' Connlrt'l.irl.lm .. WIICOE
Christian Home"Evening .
[ Morning "Huilding A I In ( hnncrrr.iiiiiiin
Miss Nancy Henrnt She was .
pro \\riKiu iiuii" riiiinitrr v"
"Called or Sent" ceded Into the ampltheater by her Mary Kllin.hi.lh I tie tan, ru.Onilmifc'l. Nn A/IA.

Florida Renderers maids the MIRHCS Donna I'lInA" Order Of I'uhllontlnn. And IWiXIr* Ttpprnr .
born Anna Brltta Peterson Jane nrtlM' <>... Kl.111111)4 TMurv .,. ,
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Von' fro' r"'1..1.,1 to rtpnaar nn
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with all the extra riding weakly iMMIICIfVVItnvHH my .Imml unit ofrlolnl seal When on the road in jour car-you're

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IlY haven l'r..h, .I'.Y C'1..k
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*I -- ----- "n .,- K.it J. T.lvins-ston. no- 1:: at' i i'I, ....
( .( nine and apparently and Mrs. Alex Shelp, Saturday. I and remained for a longer visit I led Ken Turner b-itiher ">o nlanI \' .-".L..I' i n.. inn,. LI\lnK, "tun.i.e.deeess- stun" T, ,
I pigs grazing at R. .T t T.. M..t I: ;i IT,in. di i I'lised, illorU tlfin t, I",
relishing the feed. And as millet I Ia IK Mr. and Mrs. Pod Starling of I with Mr and Mrs. Davis. chickens each Thursday .Ir ,to., 11".1. The Florida Tml H'ltt, ,,,, "
.11 I
luncheon or I Turners that he (an now "look at "'I''IIn ('lOmlany, ot 1<'lorld" K.iK,,, "'i
guests .. i
vigorous grower it should helpto Bell were weekend guests of Mrs Saturday I U C be pxl"llntr ordl.I'I Dindr. "
how I II u..wn tO i '
keep down the weeds which are Kate Starling.Mrs. Mr. mid Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow a feather and tell exactly I T.t I. IInl, It- unknown clueI that) Hi,. It",, 1 t'' .;
Allen and Fred'I much the chicken weighed or Irll-I."R' ."..hcllers. and relief I ,
DIARY taking over. Kquilla Robert and sister, wen' Mr E. O. "''''' C, t.,11,1 I' ,
'' ounce or two of .,1",1', ti,'Ifllfl,lit. I to hue hp'olnnfl"r and i onrii, ,,, '
S Mrs. Milllo Fojrir. visited friendsin Clark of St. Augustine and Mr. I' come, within an .11.,1. 1/.1.. 'Ia Iou I nE by lands u" .. .". "
de. I' ,
Hy Sam McGarvcy Speaking of Jo>'. who III goingto Hawthorne Monday, and also and Mrs Albert DeMacedo of it". If any of you readers need a .h"h uii'l-r "> nirnl"i.t It; Florida -, title th', i.. "I,
I Company ,
Mrs. Roberts' mother-in-law ii Phlliik'lphla, Pa. Other guests of fellow to 'help you. we Imagine I.nrlll! I .In,1', Kli.rldn Inimlmnllon corporation anil title<>n plninnu, I,,,I I I "
I drop a calf next month we were a dl"on"I i "ill l-llll' I "
The author will be glad to r.- Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Strlngfellow during he'lbe\ available every day but It*. unknown micccssnr, trustee. defendiini) I '."
rt-l\e Item of Lntr....' concerning talking about her to a neighbor Hilly Brought and Robert the week were Mrs. George Ma- Thursday. "tf"""'.'"'. ,nnil,' i ilwrlbeil other, claimant I Innilii.. to clnlm-Ihe ,You II.mlreimlrim I tl. .,, 'I.,

) |tI", artliltles of farmer la I and he looked at her and Bald Cain were sightseeing In Jackson nasflii and daughter Christine, of Junior Gibson is celebrating the /IIIB hcri-lnnfU'r, i bv, thriiiiifli. under or a alntt said Court i '""

t liruflfonl. County. Suggestions maybe that he would not be surprised It villa Friday night. Green Cove Springs who were arrival of his and Ann's second : : and nn\Hunt iinil, ,;title.!all l.'n persona or Interest clalm- i after A.I>. m-.i.ti\} fit.",,,,, I..

.Irft at the Telegraph office or I she had twins. Now wouldn't that Mr. and Mrs. Austin Kelly and here Thursday.Mr. son born April 21 In Lake Shore In leg or any t" tl''" following, riaiirrllieflInnilw Dr..Mord'. In* to th ',,,1., "t
mallt'il to !Sam McGarvey, Ijvtey, Maurice Kelly of Jacksonville The new arrival BllimirIn' Htnrka, of the undi 'I
be something! And especially In and Mrs. E. C. Crews and | Hospital Lake- City. County Klnrldit, to-wltt (ourt m "i ,.. I ''t,
Florida. I visited their brother-in-law and I 8'n Ibs. 10. 11. 12 Holll V Ki,, ,. I '
weighed Lots I, 1\. d. 7. 8. 9. ; 'i J' I.
Carolyn were
their daughter, ,
I view of the fact that Joy wa sister, Mr. and Mrs. George 13 nn.l 14 of mock. 10 of Living, Htarke, Pim .*1 :
I artificially inseminated with semen Rivers, Saturday., hosts at a turkey dinner at their i George and Alvie Werr are ntnii.. Truby & Company plaintiff l ,,;tr,. : 1".: II'
"Hang a snake on the fence and two BO they can't jump, and also, around tion to the Town of Htarke, In of saIl inmiii b., 'J ''
see If we can't string a strand of from a $40,000 or $50,000 Jersey Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wasrtln nf home Thursday evening. Their certainly making improvements Sec 2*. Tmtnhlp 6 South, Confessed by .. I "" .:,
you'll make it rain" Is a saying I bull. We'll be delighted if we get Jacksonville visited his parents. I their newly purchased. lianoo 22 Kant: ; It Is rllr'h" ,
barbed of the
wire along the top included the following "
; % wove heard many times since fence ''a nice heifer. S S S Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdln, Fri members of the family: Mr. and home They've set the fence in 'I' notified,You anil that each. a suit of you has are been hereby Instituted dor for of four h Piilill. ....",",,,'.,, t ", "Vr.,, :t tr..r

; we've been here, and last week day.Mr. Mrs. Delbert Crews and Mrs. (can't blame Alvie-she won't In the Circuit Court ofIlradforil lIrsti ford c.uii.mil: ; ; 'r "'.':'
One of our neighbors who Is and Mrs. L F. i"
Alice did it and this la what happened Finally cultivated our sweet Ratllff were Calvin Williams and her daughters clean!) and C'ourtv, Florida, In Clmnerv qualified new ., ,I' ''''''I
much to
; versed In such things, forecasts a visiting In Jasper Sunday. have so yard wherein, Iiriulford County Delopmpnl ,
Alice and corn but not before It was choked Sandra and Sherrle, Enterprise. Inn. a Florl- Wltnns* mi i 'I, ."
To begin with I "
: of .,
; and planted two nice cabbage palms by null] r
very stormy windy Reason
out quite badly with grass and : Starke.; Mr and Mrs. John d" ",ip.union,, Ix. plaintiff, and you County Ploi
Tanner killed a big snake (a -, O.'j build- ant' also, Jeswln. K.I i
Mrs. weed Used a pair of sweeps and I coming this year on the basis that and their children, Allan the gate. George Is forever .mil e\ 'h uf 3tl Miirle Man.II. April A, H
I I.Minff-t I ill. H
non-poisonous kind, perhaps a much I "the sour grass Is blooming". We They purchased a li'iliilftlmnd, K. O. Manu A .i
disc hitlers and threw up as STATE FARM Sharon of Monticello; Mrs. Joe Ing something. I i .1 0 II
: chicken snake) and as our place j think that we have quoted him accurately and nice milk! I .MurKiircl: ,'"rlp, and her hu.- fli]
needed rain Alice laughed and earth as we dared up to the corn and don't I fowling of New River and 1>11'. big bunch. of u.hogs .. a_ 'I I KI..ink Carter, Emma Itlchard, III ill
L in the attempt to cover the weeds.We've I pretend to Hy MM. Bryan Whit field and Mrs. M. S. Hates of Gaines cow and call the otner day. I H div .Hint T. 8. Ullllamo, a wldi. I or
: said she would hang the snake on to understand these things but one I >i. "dcfomluntn, that the lands If..III"i ',-. K
been told that the time
the fence to make it rain. A while I thing we're of i Is that ville. x ,I lit Hid "lilt Is: Htaike Florldj,
cultivate Is before it Is necessary, sure Ne Bridge-I.um ADDRESSESOF I. .li 4, B. 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11' 12; Attorney too' \p
later it grew very black and the hope he's wrong!
and that makes good sense, but Mrs. J. O. Godwin entertained
.t wind began to blow and Alice; S STalked I -
off the folks that tell us that do not the Starke Bridge Club at a The Life And TimesOf
the .
and took reptile
went out to
briefly a forester about
tell us when you can find time to bridge-luncheon at her home Wednesday
the fence. But apparently she was our wood lot, and questioned New River Folks E. K Ferryman, Jr. 1775: W,j
which need
do all the things doing. I of last week. Lovely color
too late, for the :wind and rain j I .- S S him about the advisability of sell- harmony was captured In the Ily JeHHle Lee Ij.enhy Union Blvd, Bethlehem }""a. i
did quite a bit of damage around Ing the timber. He said that today Mathew McKinney: 3819 Drum-
There Is some kind of leaf blight: variety of summer blossoms that
here. It blew the home Jay and would mond St. East Ind. ,
,, front we get about $5 for it for Chicago
oaks In
of the water
on one adorned the party rooms. 'The '
Among Andersons
Frances Eunice were living in off senda pulpwood, and that 5 years from George are proud }ors.V.. W. Hicks, 3618 Gordon
foundation and about wrecked of our place and w. want to now should the membership Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of their 25 acres of millet. It grewto Oaks Newcastle Brunswick Ga GEN
its Gainesville to we get about $20( for ERAl $
few leaves to see ELEenc.
won high prize while Mrs. C. M.
..l. the interior and furnishings, blew about it. Shade it for lumber. Guess we'll take his about two inches high one week Leon W. Carter, :518th Engr _
what can be Turney
the I
'4 I off part of Tim Blackburn's porch, trees mean a lot here In Florida tip and hold ou to It as long as high score.won After guest the prize for after planting. Combt. Co., APO 168 care Postmaster %t I I I 1 "1 ., '''.d...''
blew down a lot of signs and blew we can. progression We are sorry to lose our rood New York N. Y. ..,.,, I.....
to and If possible'we are going to try luncheon_uuu___ waR.. __ _aai-vnrl__ __ rtuffaf__uu u MfwlA_,. neighbors, Leonard and Pearl .Col- ii S c..... .,.
over a lot of trees. Needless of C C t// Ceo. W. Sparks, US53003642, Co. II c.",... TCblSI ,
- take
I Bay Alice will never again hang' to care *ours. Walter Wilkerson sold his feed. in the dining room. White gladioliand I son. They purchased a new home A, 2nd Bn., M.F.S.S, Fort Sam I I S D.'.. c...,... 71
other flowers that were In I 2 H. miles from Starke toward I I Pestei c...,
I a snake on a fence. 'I litter of nine er pigs recently. They were 8 i I Houston, Texas. .I S Pl.lc" 0....
S. Weighed Porky's pastel tones were artistically arranged Camp Blanding-just off the new I ,...1 c,...
M weeks old and averaged 50 Iba. We Mary E. Allen, :5740 Aguila Ave. 1 I
at the of 12 weeks and In a silver bowl that cent I
In pigs age Camp Blanding Road. The new
4r Well, our berries are coming think that Is pretty good. Goleta, Calif.
'1w now just when the season l la about the largest weighed about 62 Ibs. C SHad ered the refreshment table that. place has more acreage ((165 I Pfc Bobby G. Patray 21624658, j/&ily

I over. We are getting a lot of tinetftg and the average for the litter Is a very pleasant visit from was covered with a cut work cloUi. acres) and a larger house. They Hq. Co. 2nd Bn. 15th: Inf. Regt. __:

I berries but people for the most about SO( Ibs. That is not very Jessie Lee Lazenby on a recent Additional players enjoying this purchased it from Albert Kruse APO 468 San Francisco, Calif. _- --
don't want a product when Its Sunday. We read and her courtesy were Mrs. M. F. Brown The Harry Swishers have reoccu- Pvt.
tart Shalle
enjoy M. Abernathy US G. J.
but It Is McGRIFF
I for others, perhaps
good ,
Mrs. Fletcher
Burnett, Mrs. L. F. their '
old looks
( plentiful, but will hunt high and New River column very much and pled place. It quite 53081956, Batt. D, 5th AAA Tug I '
the best we have been able to do Chapman, Mrs. J W. Andrews natural to see their trailer
low for something ;when It Is were glad to have the chance to lightedup Bn., Fort Bliss, Texas. 145 W. Call St.
[ scarce. However, Alice Is selling so far and we feel pretty good meet her and get acquainted. Jessie Mrs. L. D. Vlning Mrs. K. O. Dun again at nights, Too, they've E. L. flirt, change from Hampton Stark

I all we can and the rest she la putting about It. But we have been pour. gave Alice directions for makIng can, Mrs Edward Burns, Mrs. P. burned off their woods all around. to Pompano Beach, Fla. I.I |I.
the feed to these pigs as we hoe D. Fancher, Mrs. H. J. Kucera and Think Harry's been sweatln' from
\ In our deep-freeze. Ing cake and Alice Is going to I H. O. Brown, change from
l. Don't know about other folks want them to get a good start so try It. Mrs. Herbert Thomas. flghtin' fire, but it will be prettier Starke to Worthington, Fla.o1'Iei .

but .we'll just about get our money that when they are turned Into the S SC Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman returned with all the underbrush removed I

I out of berries which we put Into corn and peanuts they will be able We were busy enough before .we Sunday from Orlando and green grass growing Welcome : .' or KrTlim: TO C1IEUITOR1r A.. ReitHolil

them. And all the work we put to really put on growth and' started our roadstand, but now we where they had visited Mr. and home, Swishers! All creditors cf the 08101. of Er-
j Into them we'll have to write off weight. Looks now as if we will are swamped with work. Folks en- Mrs. Robert S. Chapman since Ira and Thelma Merritt were Mna A. Rennolils, deceased, are here-i

I a* good. wholesome exercise. May- take them to market when they Joy getting vegetables which have Friday. seen In their old stompln' grounds claims by notified or demands and required which to they file may any i, I FULLY EQUIPPED

.t [ be It'll be better next year. are about 8 montha old and wantto just been picked and we can Mr. and Mrs Jack Nelson of around here recently. They've have against snlit ei-tats In the of-I I

I see how close to 200 lb. average understand that as there Is all the Jacksonville spent Friday night looking for a location. Think they. flee 1 of County the ,Cnuntv Florida Judice In the of ronrt-Itrsdfori I,'

, Sold 12 hampers of Tendergreen we can get them. But think that difference In the world In taste. with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. BrannenMr. 're going to Gainesville to "shop" holme at Stark,. Florida within i the most modern and efficient
eight month from the I equip-
t beans at $2 a hamper at the if we try this stunt again (of raisIng I And then, too we are getting to and Mrs. Garland Godwinof around this week. date of the tInt publication of thin''
[market In Starke. We had pretty out hogs) that we will start know more when Palatka Convention notice. Each claim or denmml "',u.t I
1 I people they stop were visitors of Mr.and be In writIng and ''''''8m.iitinth.1 I ment available] to the profession! is
|good beans this year for a change the litters later no that we don'thave : In that way. Mrs. J. G. Godwin last week, Our Long Bridge ChristianChurch place of residence and pout-office X
4 .' i with only very slight trace of rust. to buy so much feed for S S S end. Convention was attendedby address. of the claimant and rmint used by"this funeral home in maintaining -

I Have another patch coming on In them. Those old demons, the hawks, Mrs. E. J. Richards of Newton,I an unusually large crowd. It agent be sworn, or to his by attorney the claimant or It will hi. ,

-._t [ a few weeks and hope that by that S C have been getting some of Mac Kansas Is here with her sister I was a beautiful day and every become void according to law. its well known standard of

: I time that we will not have to pay I Thought that our tomatoes were Griffls' "biddies" and Mac has Mrs. Lola Johnston, and with their I one seemed to thoroughly enjoy It. April A1:0: mi.. :t,. PATTEV i I Service.DeWITT
[ someone to take them off our doing fine until we Inspected them been having quite a time trying to father David Baker. Dinner! Well, it was the same old Administrator nf the Estate I
[ hands for us. Still you never can and discovered an Infestation of kill them. I I story. There wasn't room on the of ceased.Ervlna A. Rennold, de
I tell. orange colored bugs with black S S C Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis had as table for all the food! It seemedas c. JONESPhone

dots on them eating up the patch. You've heard of a fighting bird, their visitors during the past I though as much food was taken r rn mn Theurt(...of.....,Bradford.. Phone 7 Fla.

Toby (the halt Jersey-half Bran- Dusted the' plants with 3% DDT but until you've seen Jule Eunice's weekend Corp. Johnny Crews of, away as was brought-after feeding PYadforil: Countv Development Enterprise i, -

| man) decided that she was a doggone and It. stopped the bugs, at least torn turkey you havn't seen any- Cherry Point, N. C., Pfc. Edward the crowd. I've been around *,, Inc.a widow. Plaintiff, *I t ,al.vn.Defendant EmmaKlchardx Funeral DirectorAmbulance Semi

; I antelope and jumped the, for the time being. But we have thing. That rascal will really try Crews of Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, Long Bridge for quite a number of .. ;
L fence In back of our farm and pretty good vines with a lot of I to take you apart If he gets the Misses Irene Crews and America years and I've never seen a dinner ., .Order of The Pnbllrallon Htale.of .Kliirliln... N'ollre>Toi totplMitr Our local funeral home enables ns to offer convenient i

I [ joined Harold! and Jay Eunice's fruit and should have ripe tomatoes chance. Rhoden of Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. spread that wasn't bountiful. Angelina Weller. If alive, and ifdeid services not otherwise available.

[herd. That was bad enough, but very soon now. C S Harry Plnkston and their daughter Mrs. Aubrey Welch's mother. grantee. her, .creditor unknown and heirs other, devisees claimant ,_ ___
[ she also took Comfort along with Our cow and calves have been Ann, of Worthingeon Springs Mrs. Jones of near Lakeland, was to the hereinafter. riesrt ih..Ilanl s=r== --' t a -sra-s-s-s-rra'rsssr-.rrrs flr-We

her and we (with the help of Jay Lots of things drive you pretty pestered by large hatches of flies and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Rhoden visiting her recently or iinAlnst.. claiming her: the by, unknown through, under helm, furnish the highest type service at lowest price i I

If I Eunice) chased the calves around near crazy on a farm (mostly hogs and we finally did something about ,and their little granddaughte., Kar- Junior and Kathleen Johns of devlwees. grantees. creditors and accept AN' T life insurance policy In force, leaned bj I'

.' the woods In the dark half the breaking out-or busting Into a It by _spraying the animals en Rewis, of Taylor. Mrs. America Gainesville visited their aunt. other' claimant laniln claimIng to the by.thrnuirh herelnstt.rclesrlt.eI company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral

c night before we finally got Comfort cultivated field) but every once In with Marlate. It is a real satisfaction Rhoden of Taylor came to the Truby Hodge, recently. iinilir or against, any rr all (I W.. Consultation carries no obligation.

[ back Into our pasture. But a while something works out fine to be able to get rid of the Insects Farm with Mr. and Mrs. Rhoden Everett Renfroe says he's help- NtvlnR-nton*, deceaaed.deceased Kato Livingston Mary T. William al-

Toby will not come near us and and you get a kick out of it. For that easily and especially as -

? I we have'not:\ yet got her back, and example we- planted some millet the poor beasts cannot protect AlWAYS BE CAREFUL DRIVING -

'. i then a few days ago Comfort and cowpeas for our stock to themselves. '
' 4ti Jumped fi. fence again so both graae on land which we were not 05 j

i calves are AWOL When we get going\ to crop and now It Is a delight With a poor stand of sweet corn iP I -
.I1n .... ;
. [ them back, we'll shut them up lathe to look at the green field and in a big field we have been doinga ;

barnyard until we cnn fix the see Joy (our family cow) and the I I lot of thinking about how tc _.,

combat the ear worm. Now we are

SPECIAL THIS thinking seriously of using the

; ( '- mineral oil treatment, which consists
of Injecting about 3-4 cc. ot

WEEK ONLY mineral oil plus pyrethrlns into the

: silks when they are beginning to
wilt. The timing of this method Is

extremely Important as If done too

I soon It will Interfere with pollination

j and If too..late> the earworm
t' ,
will already be in the ear. This pro.

cess Is not advised'for large tle1
I as it is slow but we think it ..

may be what we will do for we

I have a poor stand, and it would S 2 ,
not to have It dusted : -
pay by plane, -- -
J I and dusting by hand would mean

I I too many trips over the field. The

data we read Indicates that the results -
1 1'i from mineral oil treatmentare the dilJowa' mote tfe
1j j about as satisfactory as any w 'w qoe& wL

other method. We got the Information ___ -
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' from bulletin 466, Con

::1 Other trol of Budworms Insects Attacking, Earworma Sweet and wonders what you're driving Thgpower is different-eager and sure. all the tenseness out of dm ing -

Corn, put out by the Agricultural when you roll by in this one. Buick's high-compression Fireball responds to slightest wish with a
I II your
Station at Gainesville.
, t 5 5 S In the 1951 line-up, its brand-new engine wonders with fuel and surging. swoop of power.

We're afraid to even look at our front-end styling stands out with no matter what you demand in
runner. as we simply have not had beauty all its gency there's horsepower to emerN. 0 doubt about it, what you get in a
I $ 95 the time to take care of them. But
: Buick is far than new cSl'ltandlingjsdifferentthis
If we have lost them it will Indicate more just a
..' d ) u're the proud of Buick car seemsit's in getting
owner a
"" quite clearly to us that It is a whole new experience
to itself
> steer
... ;" just downright foolish to try to dd and the whole world knows it. on straightaway or curve pleasurably from here to there.

L j 'I';'''; so many things that you cannot -and swings lightly into parking spots

LIMITED give needs.each So perhaps thing from the attention now on our it But you-at the wheel-enjoy a long inches shorter than you'd think you So why not explore this difference?

motto will be "plant less and take list of differences that 'go far deeper need.Capping. Come, take a Buick over and find out t

SUPPLY better care of what you plant". At how much satisfaction smart
I the present time we are not run- than looks. ,l JMj n..r-_ .. ..__ : it all, there's the silken versatility very

, ORDER TODAY ning the farm-It Is running us of Dynaflow Drive that takes money can buy.
The ride is different level and _
We don't own the farm-It own ;- true. qSp54,_._.oi..d.C..i I.-

1 us! Ibu sit the road with special assurance

e : ACME because Buick's torque-tube drive No other car pror/rf all **'*' '-

r il' keeps wheels alignedsoftcoil
springs on all four wheels soak
: ftPp- St.Jacksonville up 4-WHltl COIL/ RINGING DUAL VfNIHATlON
: 408 W. Fomjrth By :Mm. John McKlnny the bumps and bobbles-honest weight
keeps on a steady keel.
son Richard. spent BODY BY FISHER
----I here with Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
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ACJIK VACUUM STORES, L I II Abernathy.Mr*. LJzzle HInes of High T.nt t.Hf'NII'I i. MYieU A8C N.awI. M-,MoaoIa.....,_ WHEN unn AUTQMOVUS AU wia WICK WILl lUlU)ww

I 408 W. Forsyth St. I II I, Springs: Is Visiting: her daughter
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Jacksonville, Florida Mrs. P. O. Starling;, this week.

I WITHOUT 01HJQATION I would like a FREE Home Demonstration I Mrs. Lizzie Wynn spent Friday
with 8 attachments night with her brother.. John Mc
of a beautiful rebuilt Elwtrolux complete GREEN BUICK
Kinney and famUy. COMPANY
I for $12.95. I II Mrs. P. O. Starling visited her

daughter, Mrs. Frank Thomas In

-I I Name -I I II Hampton Sunday. 225 TEMPLE
of Gainesville AVE. LEX GREEN .
Address ,-.._ ___ Mrs. J. F. Crenshaw STARKERMAY
spent the weekend with her

_ I City. .__ ___. .Stata- I II II daughter Mrs. L. 10:. Ralliff. PHONE 226

I If K. F. U. Send Specific IMrwtloiM' Mrs. Lloyd Garber of Starke

I I a _ -.1. was the guest of her parent, Mr. -

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At The Tabernacle Walker, tile Maid of Honor Nancy m.. f.II'.w> II. ,'. ,,11 r it.I ll HI. .01.I Id
St. Edward's Catholic i-tlf *I l NM S4V 'If"' '4 th p.< p. rr' 'Til) .1
I Hearst and the crown bearer 11 .f r.nr..Sun.. t. A.D t nU.r. in *rh,. Hi.. i ", "riffisalr .
LAKE ,. .. will b. M i I... n,,. hUrltt blnili
> ( f W(It.
Beglnnlrjt vlth Friday Mlchlyn Musarr Her train was .supi >n Property .
evening Rev. William H. Neuhaus, pas .
>\ ', i.r Wi s<. 4. T 01.. It, 22I m the "IH i P. i ii the fl
when the Sponor brought a prophetic tor I I carried by two white satin clad By Blanche Cunningham: I: \10 A. rv' M"iulftlii' .111,,jut. \\1, ,nf. Jun.1. '".
whl. h U 111. 4 il,,% ..r Jinn. .. H'
me-isap- from Ezekiel and Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. pace boys Vcasy Walker. and I Nimi., 'in win h .n.oiuKl' A. O. lull,,'d lhl2
on through' Tuesday night thesame Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. I Robert Jackson, Jr. When she had friends of E lirownAll A .r T( l1" ,
The > thu
'..u prophetic strain was continued Confessions Saturday 5:00: to been seated on her throne the will be many glad to know he Is Cooper doing I i ''.iinty of urtir df r.f dtatanut Klorl- 'lork i>f c.Mli nil ('."ilirf d i

and those hearing these 6:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. Queen of the Fairies May Ches- following a major operai i da Bradford (smniFlorldu '
unw+ I remarkable messages from the Inspired Children's Catechism Classes,I sing ton. presented to her various tlon nicely In St. Lukes hospital in Jack., T'nttH <",'h c rtlflc le or card .',.< 4t5. y

: Word know pretty well the Saturday 10:00 a. m. groups of dancers who performedfor sonville last week I --- ------ -...-1IGIf""IUI'.- -
" Methodist ChurchThe i times In which we are living and, AdultReligious- Instruction her pleasure. These Includedthe '
Nowickl and
Church I Captain and Mrs J.
i what to expect, and their heartsare courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., Bunnies the Rosebuds thoDaffodills children left Friday for Seattle '

finance of Christian First Methodist Church of cheered by the words of Luke and by special appointment.The the Brownies and the Nowickl will
Wash where Capt.
to a close this Starke cordially Invites you to attend 2123.: public Is cordially Invited. Dolls and finally the May PolelDance I bn stationed. He was formerly at I Marlin Factory ServiceWATCH
H t A The Festival was under thedirection
ftS First Baptist our special Mothers' Day lovely basket of flowers was \ Ft. Bennlng, Ga. while Mrs. Nowickl
the placed la.t Sunday In honor otMothers' FKMTECOSTAt HOLINESS!' of Mrs. William Reynolds and children were here visiting '
.5i 'Family Day" will be service on Sunday morning May who also director last!
Day by some who expect lOUt St. and Temple Ave. her parents, the Austins. :
ronghout all of the 13, at 11 o'clock In the Starke to be out of town. Sunday School 9:43: a. m.J: MornIng year. Its success was due In large j Two of our local fishermen had I REBUILDING

Pastor'st Woman's Club building. Special Special Mothers' music will measure to Mrs. Reynolds' untr-! | I
the day. The Day Worship 11 a. m.; Evangell. tho misfortune to fall from their,) 126 Conrt St. Fla. '
the eleven o'clock music will be furnished by both the be rendered at both services Sunday tic Services 7.00; p. m. Everyone lug efforts but also to the cooperation boat In the lake last week However I Starke.

/j 'Building a Christian Senior and Junior Choirs and welcome of business mm and mothers ,after their spill they caught\.
} Visits from Missionaries are who gave unselfishly of their
families will baskets of flowers will be some big ones, one 8 pound and
* Melt time presented scheduled for the near future. LAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH time and money to make It a and few -
one 0 pounds quite a
,M tod and the youngest) to the oldest and youngest Watch for further notices. There will be a special service success. smaller ones. Who were these I

JPfiiotners presented withrfjalso mothers present and to the mother at the First Baptist Church Slllll !- SorltU, Items I boys? None other than Red< Stal- R B ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER COD

,;; the largest family having the largest number of the I Airpark BaptistSunday >iy for Mothers' lIa). Serviceswill Mr ami hire K. F. Miller of lings. and Ernest Davis How STORAGE

i pjfto, choir will bring i Immediate members of her family start at 10 am.Keystone Camden, N. J. have been visiting about another spill boys and. bigger .
Luclletor Mr. and Mm. McMurtry for I
sic with Mrs. present. Tho pastor Rev. Thomas School at 9:43.: Lacy Kyle flshTAirs. I \Vo operate local

II and Mrs. Monaanise Conway Sunday School Supt. the past week T. M. Flnloy and, Mrs L 5s::: A long distance
O. Mitchell will preach on the Morning Services 11.00 Mrs Ruth WIlHon of Green Cove'f'1prIIlJl'H. ',
; ; Heights Jack 9.
; Hamm spent thursday In E2e6'SON In U. S.
evening Happy Hour sermon topic, "Children Deserve B T. U. 6:13: :' spent ]last week with her i sonville. traM anywhere

ro Christian Homes.. Evening Worship 7:30: Ity Mrs. Sara n. MrDunalil son \\ 1'. Wilson. on Lake Brook -J MOVINGAgents
17.45. ; Rev. Halnes' mes- I I Gainesville callers Saturdaywere EXCELLENT
"Called or Sent. Then Sunday evening at 6:30: the S..n'l Come worship with ua. lyn.,1)1 Mrs L. Hamm and Mrs. TMllltcan. '
for and Intermediate Methodist ,: Rev L. G. Hammlngway, Pastor I 11 hnn-h Not" fcI : and Mrs. McDowall have .
will be led in singStahl Youth I The Young Men's Class and llr; gone for a ten day trip to Washington STOHAflK
with Mrs. Thelmathe 1 Fellowships will give a 1 I Children from hero taking part ro; r w
( Golden Circle Class of the First D. C..
Sandwich In honor Presbyterian Church i F.UIMTIKS
of their
piano and Miss,, supper ] In the May Day celebration held'' inKeystone A
The parents in the Methodist Recreation Baptist Church met together at Kay Sargent has returned to Heights Saturday were

,m.directed at the organ.by George Hall. Following the supper. 9:43: Sunday School. I the Church: last week for a social Warm Springs, Ga for treatment Martha Sue Flnley. Shirlene For r

School a new,film, "Is Your Home Fun?" 10 a. m. Friendship Bible Class and business meeting. There were Mrs. Undsry Walker and Miss Hamm Sylvia GltsHon and Glenda

glnff. Sunday andclasses will be shown to the entire group. 11 a. m. Services conductor by 52 members present.. Connie Knight were visiting in Whltesklc. DELCHERI1KOS. See us first! I
45 with teachers Rev. Charles Imbrle of On Friday May 11, the'choir
PenneyChurch Snvnmiuh this ;week
The newly elected officers of .
for all age I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilds, and ....
will have a business meeting preceding Dr. MusHer and family have I
at 6:45: both the Senior and IntermediateMYF's I I sou of Jacksonville spent tho
L'nlons gather choir one interested ,
of Christ practice. Any moved Into their newly purchased
Jones will he installed the 8 weekend at their summer home
Mr.. Geo at I In singing In the choir Is home on Keystone: Lake.
is extended o'clock worship service to be held here. ,
Comer 10th and McMahon: invited to attend. Miss Schick has moved to her
,irship at the mid-week In the Woman's Club. Mr. Mitchell I 1 Mrn. 1,1M./ Gentry and daughter :
Bible School-10 A. M. There will be a special program new home at Park-of-the-Palms
at 745.: as well will install the officers and I Lillian spent Sunday withrell.tlv..s
Preaching A. M. and 7:30: for Mother's Day In the Sunday Mrs, G. K. Wiggins has been 111 ATTENTION
hours of wor- preach on the subject "A ChargeTo In Jacksonville
e Sunday I P. M. | School and In the morning serviceon for several days at her home, but I
Keep I Have. .
Prayerle"Ung: and Bible Studyeach Sunday May 13. U reported recovering In Irrnlf bare Itrititroril < ....n..1' TOBACCO GROWERS

Wednesday 7:30 P. M. will be Sirs James A McDonald 1 and Klorlitni !...< .haitrrry.niie Alan
1W \ There a special program \\ III" I'ininiirf \ I
Everyone welcome. In the Community Church on I sun James A, Jr.. spent this. week U \MlllnniN. IiHfitiiiliint I
Lrs \Write Your
,'. Let
SUNDAY 11 A.M. with Mrs. Sara D. McDonald. "* N. >II8Onlrn '
i Mother's Day with for .. .
I corsages O< r..hl\.I'.n' til \ "The Responsibility of Motherhood" St. Mark's EpiscopalFriday. the Oldest Mother and the Youngest Thieves have been nt work again M'"' 1'1'14 OK I'01."""l)1 Tol. 1
WllltnniH, who-. ,i. il< nH
II Mother There will be a Bap- In Keystone.: Last Friday night, Alvin J. HAIL INSURANCE | |

fill Corsages will be given to Mothers: presentin :May 11, 7:30: p.m.: Instruction tlxnial service" and parents who someone entered the home of Yon""""OW"are r"'I"| 11".1| ti n "I'r'| ir ,n '

this service. Class, Rev. Fred Yerk..s.I have children to be baptized are It. HiiHklns and took cash Jnn, 4th, 1951 In thft ..lio.i num.' >lCmirt {
P'I mill, ulim, uhnrtln phili.'Iff sowlefore{{ You Need It
13 Church School several articles of value.The I'
CHURCH I Sunday. May : Invited to bring them. NitekN tlivot'eo, Kttnnrnl, eiinltulil r>
ST BAPTIST Hampton 9:45: am. Morning Prayer 11 am.. Keystone: ( MUlgeta lift.
The last Sunday
CRAY Pastor :Mack Futch. Lay Reader. given the Mclrose Elementary School en llrnilfnnl. County TulcHrrnphhull !
BOB was enjoyed by everyone present piiblli.li thlM Old or In if" xt f urw I Itranch of
: Kvery
Monday May 7, In Keystone. The | t
Evening Service 8 P.M.: /*klv HMII.Hvitn
It was the First Methodist Church ,. .
hand and urn nil n\\
citritrii OF GOD I score was 10 to 1 In favor of the \ inM niy r
tutu To Have A Happy Home" Choir of Gainesville, directed byMrs. nt Sim' ''ko, Klorlclu, thin Mt,,-. d.
8th & St. Clair Sta. Midgets. toni INSURANCEH. J
K. Ruff Jones with James ,. ,
School 10 l.lmi'H flub OrKunlsrilLast ( .
a m.
mice will be a special recognition of FamilyA W. Carter at the organ and Russell An Clerk of axed' hurt
with the Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. week a group of Keystone fly haven Crosby l>n|>iily riorkChun
will be presented to the family PunburK at tin piano. Soloists
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: pm men organized Lion's Club It Is It. HOHM, 1101-05 tlll"r"I Lit.
largest number present. In<'lud..dIIrli.\ William narlnper: Ito,lldinR', km.nvlUit, "'... Mi",
Y P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: temporarily under the sponsorship 5ti ,
pm Ally for rif "I" 4t "
School 10 A.M.: B. T. U. 7 P.M.: Miss Madge Finney. William AGENCY
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m of the Starke Club until organization C. WALL\
Tutum George Mason Mrs. James Is completed They hope that ><> HI: OK 1/1'111' \1'1" rou .
'r\i'" UKI-I: : >
HOPE CIlt'KCH, TIIKHESSVThere Bailey and Mrs Hunsell Uanburg hy the second week In June they II"IIIM< Mill %... IXIIJNIITIfW : )PLEASE PHONE: 116 1
Mr. Danburg played a cello solo. IH IIKItliHV; lll\ KV:: that 1i'
will be the usual homecoming can hold a charter night celebration. Purl 'l-riiwn, tlm holilci' of the ;
at Hope Church Theressa The offering went to the organ The date has been tentatively lowlnir' ...lflc"ten*H hnn fll-il ..1'1'
florllflcat for tax 4lt. .ml to h i
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor on :Mother's Day May 13, 1931. fund. fixed at June 11, but In still Mu..1! th. rnnn. The n c rtlflfft.t. Conslant Serrice Ot'er 50 Yearn! ,
Festival SaturdayMay nunt.\
Everyone Is invited to come spend The May uncertain. Meetings will be heldtnl bfIM, and, ynurM of IMHUIUIQ. \ I
services 1 5, was the second to be held 'I the 2ml: end 4th MondaVS of serf pt t fort of thn Asper| (y. and ilm' 1
the day and enjoy the un """ "'"
nod r i
In whli It wan aNr are
IT BAPTIST CHURCH Starke C Sullivan, Clerk. in Keystone and it is hoped that It the month at 7:30: p. m. at the banes
will be an annual affair The setting Inn.

It-rson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town I was beautiful, under the Officers elected. were: presidentDr. < .

PHONES:' : Office 231- Pastorium 130 F R E E shady oaks In the park with a Musser; lot vice president< .

r I r \ backdrop of pine greenery centers Kyle McMurtry; 2nd vice president l' YOU'RE

For Prompt FREE Removalof by the white throne of the May A, E. Anthony: 3rd, vice i

LT.\DAY SERMONS: 11:00 A.M.: 7:45 P.M.: Dead Crippled & Worth. '. Queen. The ]lovely costumes of the! president E. Altman; secretary

Unions 6:43 P.M.: and her court made, It a Sullivan.r .
y School 9:43: A.M. Training less Cattle Horses Mules, queen and treasurer J. Phillip
WEDNESDAY 7:13 P.M.: colorful spectacle The Queen who r
& hogs I't was Mist Ann Walrnth was ALWAYSWELCOE l
.. .
(IrruU fonrt. 1I r
Call 132 StarkeWE crowned by her Maid of Honor .
(Morning "Building A Christian Home"Evening :( Miss Nancy Hearst She was. preceded W,llllHiii Wrlichl In hmirrrr.linli-H Plaintiff.Mnry ,. .. v.

ALWAYS COME: 1 Into the ampltheater by her ; Kllsnhcih Hnt. '",..|"IIrr.lld..nl... NO. Ntll
"Called or maids the Misses Donna I'ang Order Of Pnkllrallnii And Yntle.'I'S..
rrr_ Florida Renderers OK n.Olllllt. 1. liliMirv
r PASTOR 'I born, Anna Brltta Peterson, Jane MI&ry\pprnr'El IL.'I'N, bat.11 l I.to.. whenW .. 1'.1-
CHURCH WITH THE VISITING INC. Reynolds, Marilyn Rushton, Doris IH Main Htrei-i'. IVnnovllln. AT THE SIGN OF EXTRA SERVICE !

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1 I imnu 'I.n"' J r rraarora counMny ,
d. and addn"l l ii. Hotel Strand' Y..in ar.. heroby notlf l 'd that fllonialriat a I 7, A. U. 1901.A .
Bradford Women n Lone Utmrh. I It. ,.., r Ulvun" han bm J. Thoma. Clerk
4 J. M. Darby Leaves I 4 hull faik Av-'nue '.u In the ab..".. named
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Church ,
,I. ;,rf IMnnd.! Now York and are. r.- "
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LAWTEY\ Learn Homemaking V 'u .u.' hereby notified that .,> .- a lopv .,t ynur an inter II
Job I I li. rv
For Keystone I III' for lilt,*.. ban been filed! ouli.d i the Curnplalnt 1 I TalI
This Sunday will be celebrated named '' '' ing to I 'V.I TuckAddre.
","In"U( In the above 'rh'rplli: : Attorney.lie" 11limiBlaH. Shirley IllOFF
heart I,. II. 1'n ten In Club Work"Today's and are re'uii"il on l intlff'M I .. Unknown I
church In the I uri and atlas you Iiundlntr I
at the
_. Mr. and Mra. Chaa. A. Darby a copy of your ll-! *07 I.ym'h I You aro hereby notified that there { .me.
to ervo file theotlKlnul
of town In honor of All Mothers took over full management of / "-wer or 1 ploadlnir to the .an'l Jackwinvlllo. Florida and of the Clerk I HUH 1 been, filed against you bv Rllxalicth : I
_ All Mothers are urged to be Darby Bros. grocery and sporting Mr and Mrs A S. Parser of "Krank on the f-arulrum Plaintiff ritarke Attorney.., Klorldn\ and of the Circuit In I Hie Court office on or beforethe nther-I I of Bradford If. Turk County In the Circuit Florida Court In HII u.54f, ; ,,?':

present. You are urged to be pres. goods store on West Call St. Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof file the original In the office of the llth daY alienation of June of 11151 said: Complaint -I (Chancery her1. Complaint and that I I

ent and bring along your Mother Thursday morniug. Mra Darby her sister Mrs. H. C. Wain- (Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the will .be taken an confeHMedfhall I I the relief therein prayed for I I.* a
oldest I I the llth day of June, 1851:1: divorce.Thin
_ There will be gifts for the will be active In the managementof wright and family. I I othernlna the allegations of said ) ", be published I IK therefore to command you

________ Mother, YoungeHt Mother and the the grocery. Mrs. J. L. Dye and Mrs. Dan H. ? !I iimplulnt will lie taken a* cunt.d ....- once This each ntica week for four oon.ecutl I to file your written appearance In
with the most children by you liradford County Tel"-I sail inUHK on or before Monday All.
Mother attended week In the
of New York notice shall be published Tll\T
who has been Thin
Morgan Darby e Dye I II, lOfil and you .hall thereafter 18
present for the Bible School. partner la the business, will now services at the Methodist church : I ,tm tracks,' each In the week Bradford for four County eonxeeutlve Teleffi rr.nted I thin lot ii dny of May IDG!. I June on or before July 1, 1951 serve FOIts' II.GbMF.. 1'01'1UI

_' Bible School begins at 10 o. m Mrs. J. L. Dye (KKlCIAIj> H i'AT.) A. J. Thomaa I a uiy of your.rtefeiiBen, if any on :';
_ bu associated with the operationof Sunday morning. I 'HihIhiii". l'I"'k) ?, tile, r.tl.mlt, Caart. rnrku M Carmli..... Box 197IIRlo.vlll. To
with C. W. Colson as superintend Keystone Beach, which is being was a regular winter visitor hereIn (inb-KICIAl' thin I. PICA ltd 1.1 day) A.of J.Mav.Thomas 11)91.) By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk ... Florida Attorney torth. (ktMUt9i 81
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Worship begins at the days of Lawtey his ftlll 4t Plaintiff i I and i l"me.lIl1l..ly thorn TI():
ent. Morning developed by Wm. LaMorte, owner early Clerk of the Circuit Court. llrniirord ('ount V. >\t\',
In Circuit C'liurl. after fill the original/ of the lame
11 a. m. The Morning mcs aga be. of Keystone Inn. I tory when she was quite a young I By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk r'lorlilal In Chancery. I
Bill It ail|
: LoOILanyola ....
Plaintiff I vs.
ing "Great Mothers". woman the last winter she spent I HOMO Utnyola,
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The Lord Supper will be served here being that of 1800-1891. M>TI(.'K TO A P I'M AII ijctei'd5nt. Cesi., No. ?? !
J. T. Stabler In C Ireult. ( ourl. Hrailforit C'ounly, Notice To i
at 11:13: : a. in. also at the night Rev. J. V. Robinson pastor of Morlilni In Chancery.Itufuv Order Of Pnblleallim ri.olllllA And T...

service. Died In QuincyJ. the First Baptist Church announces j :Miry, A U"Heath lh., Jr.I'efemlant.Plaintiff V8'J I.OIIIH A|.penr r-nnyolii TATM whose Of renldence IHfnknown. .-, ) I

The night services will be given there will be a Special I I Cane No. : '

over to the Mothers Day program T. Stabler, 74, a resident of Mother's Day service at the I I %.T...!>... Mary Til %|A.>prnr.Heathvhone realI June You,11th.tire 1IS1.rf'pitred,In the to above appear named on! !J Il..T1NC

Everyone Is invited to all our Starke for the past four and a church next Sunday morning.A / f I den, .' IM L'nknoun, Cinirt, and ,'ell"", wherein .plnlntlffKeeka

services. Evening services begin half years died In Quincy on dperlal invitation la tended I I ull Von f..r are Divorce hereby hue notified been that filediicalnut a .of divorce minor, care child""and"tly restoratiOn anil, control ,

at8p.m. Thursday May 3. to entire famlllos to attend In you In the above named t>f prior nnnu.'* Urandforrt County
will be held f nrt and cause ami are re- Telvvrnph shell !publish thl. Order
Prayer meeting He had been a millwright In his "Family Groups. I I I liili" d to nerve, a copy you of your In next four weekly |MBU BWltneMB .
Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. The Will Edwards niv hand, and, official neal
more active yearn and recently Mr. and Mrs. I W'I or pleadlnir to the complaint
: Chapter for study will be the 21st weekend In Jacksonville jn the Plaintiff, Attorney A. 6. at Hturke. Florida, thin May 9th
house Lafayette
operated a rooming on spent AdklliK. Jr. 3 UK KlrHt Avenue. 11111
Chapter of Acts. Bring along your Street in Starke. He was I with their daughter, Mrs. Rex Ualne'tvlllo, l"lnrlrlland file the (OFFICIAL (limA r.) A. J. Thomas. CRISCO 3 Ib. can limit 1
Clerk of paul Court
A please
irla-lnal the office
of the Cl k
Bibles. born In Mt. Vernon, Ala. was returned Mlxon, to be near another daugh- I of the Circuit Court on or before fly I Haven 1'rnnhv. I>"puty,. Clerk
This la building fund Sunduy so I who underwent an -, Uay HeMen\ -Helden llulUllnitDaytona i "
there :or burial. ter Ada. appemlix tin' llth I day of June .1091: other- I
St. Vincent .,. I u *n the allearatlone 1 of anM rnm. Heai, Florida.Attyn.
Mr. Stabler had been in failing operation In Plaint will be'inkn..-confeaned; for 1'lf. SIll It l 811 i Coca Cola or Pepsi Cola 6 botl
Ada Home Builds Tomor C
evening. -
hospital on Friday by you.
health for several montha and was
well and we hopeto row's World" the slogan, for Na- Thin, notice nhall lie publlt>hed !%O'I'U'.1 ,
CLASSIFIEDWHAT I Is getting along Commlpslonera ,
visiting his children In Quincy at I once each week f..r four coneerutlveek The Tloard I of pniintv 6
see her home soon. tional Home Demonstration Week. ..... In the Bradford County Tele- wlil accept sealed offerIngs al
of his death.
the time
A. M June. 4. A. D SALT Morton 3 for
is more than just a slogan to the Ifrn I.h. v 10 00 o'clock
Hunt of Harris- ,
He was a life long member or I Mr. and Mrs. Imted. thin Pth d"yof May, 19J1. lost for the fallowing, dencrlbedequipment
ARm PFjANB for steady income the Methodlat Church. burg, Pennsylvania attended survives women in Bradford County now (O .''''ICIAf. SKAI.: ) A. J. Thomas, \ :
? A RawletKh. Business Is last taking part In home demonstration -, rk of the Circuit Court A "medium duty Commercial Electric -
I hard to beat. l t I In Bradford County. makesBTOO Mrs. J. T. Stabler of Starke; four i Sunday. These people were tourIsM Silt 4C 81NOTICH | cooking surface 24" x 24" (or thereabout Dandy
>1 profits. No experience. re- I- ): or 4 rnlrocl unite of Cornmarcia1
,, quired. Writ today for Information sons, George and Charlea Stable just passing through and Miss Dorothy Ross, Home I TOPPFVH spe'iftctIoflC.A : 6

how to get started. TlRW'1..I.h' of Quincy Sibley Stabler of Tallahassea seeing the church sign stopped for Demonstration Agent. believes'I I Ln. *;'lrrl1" tenet nmdford County 10 ..... ft. (or thereabout) 110rl.annlal .
.l ., Dept.. FAD-270-S5Z. Mem services. that this is clearly evidenced in I Klorlclm in C' :. .. or U type Electric flefnilr. LARD 4 lb. Carton .
BhlK, Tenn **P *'n and Earl Stabler of Blythe Inn W. Robinson, Plaintiff. v.. Bet erator of domeBtlc type. (Specify I a" .
I, villa Ark.; and several brothers Dan Wainwright was In Plant the above picture of Mrs. Ancel ty r.ou. Robinson Defendant.o to deBiicn. ,' A make. of refrigerator & I' -

hi RADIO.. Rv.Pu"v.nl All MmleM.Reasonable 'and sisters. City last week attending the Jun Norman of Heilbronn, picking > ... Tu .tppenr. nuodel hlila, will be. consideredfor T _
lalie Cane 8427 Alternate
i. All i>knr <... II ('llN.. .;. (HKIMI1..III canned some from this and reHldenc.. I. 6nn) k. Dartmouth hY""N.
,.y Cnnrt ......cl...*. ".......... I'h. .,unWANTED CARD OF TIIANKS school there. patch Htreet Denver, Colorado. Uy Older of the noard. of County ." ,
expects to can more. I '
I TO pur Pine. Cypress or We wish to thank Mrs. Pearce Jones and children, JELLY 2 Ib. Jar T
express our During December and January --
Hardwood Pay blithest" prlc' Nania Lou and Pete, of Fernan- .
Htumped or In lump sum.. 1C. BKe.roe. and appreciation to our many dlna were visiting their aunt, Mrs. 18 women pooled their orders for

Lake Butler. Fla. ItO &128 friends for all the kindness and 'L. H. Hill on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. 146 fruit trees and shrubs despite ,-

expressions of sympathy extended the harsh winter. Others bought PIE FILLING 3 for .
of St.Marys .
!ST8-! Warren Bailey .
t ; COMPOSITE] BOOKKEEPING business,, to us during the loss of our loved trees and rooted shrubs Independent COLONIALFLORIST
TEM: Ideal for small Georgia was a recent visitor -
TCvervthlnff you need In one book, one. -The Conner and. McKinney of this plan. '
In the home of her parents Mr. :
S 3 7B 8e. It at Bradford County ff amlliea. i Besides canning from their gardens MACARONI

Teleirranh I and Mrs. J. S. Eunice Sr. for their families members Golden Age, eachJARLIDS,2pkgse

WEDDING AND T1IRTHDAT CAKES: don't forget your gifts. Mrs W. H. Biggs of Georgetown exhibited their nicest jars In the
-Gift 111 un.Shoppe.Orders Phone taken 88-J.at trWAN1'VflYOflflg Homer Swindall, Minister. and Mrs. Ida Louise McClure of county booth at the State Fair and

Bowling Green were weekend the canning exhibit at the state 5 5 .
irlrl to An light
housework U Illlnic. : to leave eiivIllicheiit guests of :Mrs.! A. H. Harley Sr. senior home demonstration council "Flowers Wired Anywhere"An

salary, lion 411-P Bradford Mrs.
These people accompanied by meeting. At the latter meetinglast

Co. Telegraph. Starkentp. 8'11' 1 1nr PHILCOREFRIGERATORS Harley and Mrs. Mae Wells attended year the women won $3. SURE JELL, 2 for "

the Home Coming serv- While producing food for home
D4flGl48. rum. i' %mo.
II 4 ilOPtiOi)4lt 'I'll". A ices at the Methodist church In use is very Important, the members -

.........UH.":". ..fl5rseelI Mlddleburg on Sunday. make and renovate garments r SUGAR, 5 Ibs. .
'nAill.pq I'. HMKPHKHII: .)
1. _Court *. MmllMMl .Ct.. IMarke Miss Mildred Prather of Plant for their families. "

City spent the weekend withFriends Conscious of needs of their rw, For
FOR SALE- ft .1
., 1tFPRTI1ERATOa Servel :(la. *. s-oort condition See 214.95up and attended the Junior- fellow man. at Christmas the } SOAP, P-G, 3 for .. .

,. at BOO' Madison or Call Mr. Crownan Senior banquet at the usa buildIng Brooker Club distributed'' two ,.-b ,

19.CI.mAN baskets to families In that
In Starke on Saturday night.
COTTON RAIlS WANTED Donald Wilkinson of Bennln& Believing In beauty" they like Ideal t Mothers BRISKET STEW Ib.BACON
Fort "
i.1 r dunxareea.No pant.. overaLls Bradford. County Uk. rayon TeIT rF::: TIN! Georgia spent the weekend to grow zinnias and other flowers ,:; jV 6

-_._..........h.... It with his parents Mr. and Mrs. for thelh flower show In late June.

T El FOR SALE-1041 Dodtre Panel truck Bennett Wilkinson. Their craft work Includes makIng : Smoked, lb. .
Hood coul4ItI, fl. KK5I tea." g"" ,M aluminum trays copper planters Gift N4t Day
J. H. Tatum of Deland
Temple Av. It 8118HOUSH spent \
T griull.; 32a and palmetto work.
Sunday night here with his daughter : 'J'
i \ "
KAT.E-5 rooms.toilet I Those interested are cordially 9.\
BONES Fresh Ib.
Mrs. a. W. Roberts .
and lavorntory. iihower returningto Invited to join the Home Demon 1'-/ -
bath automatlo JO-nal. Has ..at..rh"Rt his home Monday. Mrs. Nancy
mile east of town stration Club In their community.
r. quarter Perry and Mr. and Mrs. J. !of. Han
Barllalll for cash,
city water. LUNCH MEAT 1.2 lb. .
t It.?nO. Term considered. Bee sard were other guests of Mrs. -
oral Htrout Heal. Mi-late aarent ot Roberts Recent BirthMr. .
write Fred Ouy 110' 8. Wv nrd on Sunday. We have a complete assortment of

Ave flalnesvlMe. Pla 4t 118ft' Recent guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Robert Lappe an-
Blooming Potted Plants Corsages
I the birth of a son, Robert a
FOR RENT-poslrablw clo.e-ln! H. B. Arwood were their (daughter nounce
apartment. Large nhndy. yard. Apply Mrs. Floyd Ward and family Wayne at Alachua Hospital April. Dish Gardens and always the Finestin
Mrs W II Nnllm"n or Mrs.
O. U Un.ln, <0t W. Madison, of Bessemer Alabama. 28th. Cut Flowers. -
CABBAGE Home Grown lb. .
4tp 11128| |(
i! Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mrs. Kate NO'I'K'KTO AI'pl-an ,

FRVI" HIKFNH for .,,1" $1on Sellers were attending to business In Circuit. Court. Bradford County,,
the hoof J. B. White, lit. 2, Florida. In I ..a..r,.. Phone 218
Box 7S Htarke. 8t|> BUItIVK3 In Gainesville on Saturday of last Myrtle Ueraldine Walker lARk., PEPPERS Large Green each .
I week. Plaintiff. v.. avld Watt Lenke, lie- ,
"HAL.F.KMAN WANTKD with >nd..nt. :
imr. Must, lie able. to furnlnh bond. Misses Ann Moore and DorothyAnn CaMe No. u t NONA STREET CYNTHIA
..,, The man I am lookIng for must Robinson entertained with Notice To Appear.To SCIIMITT CARROTS large bunchyou. '
b. .able. to supervise, debit builders : David Watt. Ieake. whoiieresidence ,
: ami be able to handle the rolIwellons I bridal shower for Miss Margie and addreaa IHI Unknown
wj .. . .. ,
of. the tenltory, assigned 'Vail In the Baptist Pastorlum on You are hereby notified that a -
4. We have a complete line of hospltallKHtlon ,- Milt, for Dlvorre, and restoration 01plaintiff --. -------. --' -- .
health and accident I NEW I Thursday night of last week. Af- maiden name hue been
, and life fjollil Mold on the 1951PHILCO ter a pleasant hour of games the filed aKalnet you In the above
monthly plun. A leo dehlls I hil I.1.1.i I named Court aOlI cause .nd you ar.
era wanled Unite utialirirallonHanil I gifts were opened and refresh rnil\ilred to serve a copy of your
wh.n you ran 11<0 to work.( ments of plnapple cake and soft answer or pleading the complaint Cr
Wilte P. U. fox :301 I'll IILI kn. .fin I I drInks served. on the Flantlff'H Attorney X. Frank DolIar fwr
I ttl| BUS were l.urulriim. ritarke, Florida and file DolIar
Mrs. L. G. Testone was hostess the orlaMnal In the office nf the
FU.NISMKH llol'ilf: :-1 rooms and Clerk of the Circuit Court en or before .. '
at stork shower for Mrs. :J.
a C.
Imih. Klvctrlc refrigerator, gee I the llth tIny of June, till ,
.,toV... Available first of June, I 'revatt, Jr., In the home of Mrs. otherwise the allegations of seid!.:
I .' Near .,'huol. AdultK.. -A, I.'. SillllH I Iaui1i Carl Trevatt on Wednesday afternoon Complaint will be taken an con
116 Mc.Mulion" Itt.. or phone !S3.IV I fenced by you. carit
HI of last week. Refreshmetns Thin notice Khali be published heat a

of cake and punch were served to once each week rnr 'ollr coseetlve .
I, '. FOli 8ALU- .rno'n' house, B iiitii. i weekS. In the Itradford. County Tele-
All modern cuikveiiltnvtfH. t tiul.I about thirty g".ts.Irs.\ Prevatt grraph.l up
I east. of Htuike. "..111C..h/ or I.1- received a number of nice and ,:,ted thin 9th day of Mav. 19H.OKKH'IAI I
I..rm.--c.'h" C tiIuelherd. 101( I ( 8KAr. A. J. Tnomaif
W. ,'.11 Itt Phnn 199 useful Rifts and a good time was Clerk of the Circuit Court
tI'J Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk .
. bad by all preient. By
UIIlli WANTED for restaurant C,II 4t S
11 work. Must live on premlne, Apply P Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. _
I. Harry Hnack liar lilway It O. W. Roberts on Sunday evening C :IVOTHKTOPI'HII 16'r
near .. Hrndfforil. County. ) _
I 'amp| lllitndlnu, or write Box In Circuit Court.
'I 773.: Htarke. it ,. were Mr. and Mra.! I. B. Cody and Florlilnl In Chaarery. I

I children. Billy and Jean, of Jack- Amelia M. Thomas Plaintiff, v..
Eoty:lI-)- Box of I'efendiintCane .
olothen Owner John l': Thoniae,
sonville Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
may have by .Identlfylnv. and N.... 3411ollc
: puylnv fur tItle ail.-40U/ S.! 'Uiunui- Silcox and lion, David. of Starke, \ To Appear.To .
sun "Ht itp and J. II. Tatum of Deland. John K. Thomas. \II hone, reel-

1 FOR 'AI.E-Two AKO registered Visitors at the regular meeting

I red femnle Cucktr pupplvx. 4 wke. of the City Council last Monday
old. I bliick.. male Corker I year.
old Mr. Km Thornton Box 172: night from Starke were !Mr Tra- DA.ac

RI..rk.. ltp wick of the County Health Department '

FOR SAI.R:-I story Ntuorn liouiie, ond City Attorney I STARK FL'.1\
:t furnished Flrxt floor U roo", ". George Patton.Humphreys.
& l>ath. 2 screened imrrheii.. Hecondioor
( 6 rooms bal h. I ."r..e..dpor..h. Fri.. Sat. May 11. 12IrOlBLK .
Built In "cabinet, tleo II Wins FEATURE .-; = -
.InhnK.m.' SI I4 fhuroh Ht. It"WASTI' |"pVKTRHAN I
I O, : to train noI Three To Lead

_ der HI Bfll ..* Printer .amlior I.lno TARZAN'SDesert .
type Operator.. Uo, d opportunity I Softball League I -'i1'W --
I. for right man Hteady emplnv; '43SQ.
meat In uncrowded field Must 239.95 Mystery 8I
apply -
I : at oiue expire| .. next IN.SCREEN. Humphreys Gold already has
I, July If rt..l.i": fonm to Rrndvlew I three wins to Its credit in the ANDBorder -
g ford County Telegraph fur Inter. J Warranty
______ i U Bradford County Softball League Outlaws
k PHILCO 1601. Its the nations which opened Its season here lASt I .
FOIt lumber H.\I.Rsas worth of dressed value sensation in fuU-qunlity week. Spade Collpy .t: :Marta Hart
Including lOOil ft. of let I
gradflooring for Slit -J. II 16-inch television! Yes, exclusive Friday night. May 4. Humphrey. Alto Cartoon anti Chap 1Overlan4
Mhlelds, Itt. 100 lbs ... Hturke. Philco
Balanced Beam picture
ltp defeated Hercules 11-3 In the first Mall" Serial ..
brings new heights of viewing The second scheduled
game. game :L .TTT.
.'0 KENT-4 room house lt, mlle. enjoyment. no blur or smear. _. = ==
east ''' Kt*rk.. on Road 14. Wll- between Camp Blanding and Shu. Sun.. Moru Tues.
Ham Kllfox_ lip Ills And new Philco Custom-Duplex: ford was rained" out. May 13-15
Chassis achieves super-perform -
FOR RKNT-Small 4-room hunica- Monday night Alvarez and f ipm.nt.... .;.. .. i1I
nee even in weak signal area. PREHISTORICWOMEN and Mm Ill...,,.,.,,mr,mt/ecl to C54"U'Pictii
low. gas etove and heater fur- Hercules tied 20 all. and the
nl.h.d A. D. Cro.liy fIT Lafay Sit now-thi Model 1601.tiRrVis.
.tt... Itp will be replayed for a decision. In

the second game Humphreys defeated -
:FOR BALK-3-room new home, Lauretta Lues: Allan MUonAlso '
cheap It" J*, To be meted : FFA 1S-1. of
Klnir.ley Luke at saw mill 3tp S'S' ; ,y. Tuesday night Humphreyr Cartoon and Latent New c n Solid Citizen

downed 28-1 In the
Camp Blanding
Wed. Thur. 16 17
May ,
FOR NT-Nlr. Clean room to
.. tarter, while Shuford beat Hurcu '
sober man. 10th and Church Ht DOCDLK: FJ.a't'RE
near ehlrt factory. Mr.. anler Philco Automatic lea 18-3 In the second game. We would like
lip _tilt' Monday night. May 14 the AerIeae I.-Prl. to reintroduce you should, because for 25 ye.

Ht'MMAOR CALM Frl and Bat atharry's RANGES schedule will be: Humphreys vs Walk\ SoftlySTRANGER Straight F.Igbt to a citizen you have net casually has been designed and btt i

near Camp Tourist riandlnir.Court. Illway Barvain I U Shuford ; FFA 'vs. Alvarez. I...ee( Prlr.4 Cur with CM II1'dr..M.".. Drive many tim.-the beautiful new just that! Pontiac l" youf

ralore It 279.95 Tuesday, May 15: Camp Bland- (Optional el Cap's full Silver Anniveraary Pontiac This ia easiest iUp out of th. ordJiI'I!
Hercules Shuford FFA the fin"8t I
KINOHLKV: LAKE COTTAnR for Ing vs. : vs. Joseph, Cut ten A VaUlAND Y... c..... .( Silver Streak EagletsStraight moet beaUtiful car ever the extraordinary
rent month of June, 2 bedroom. Game time 7:43.: Admission lOc. to bear the famous Silver
sleeping porch C. A. FutihOARAOF Eight .i. Sic Streak. put 7' '
_ M'ark. Itp 11111 It costs so little to '

_ : BfNOAtJ- FOR RFNT.7 : C. H. NasworthyGeneral CARD OF THANKS Danger.Voman\ The Meet Beautiful T.I.. .. Wheel. a This IIOO car

cent-- t.drino.il l heatlne,*. .modern air rooleil.tile rverv-bath. \Ve wish to thank our many well it comainandgetthef':

_ _ thin. fur eheds.'ept linens friends for the flower and other
t.lv AT WORK
ftln tt. kitchen Supplies
p.nt'v V. \ I 1...... ..1.....>. t .> expression of sympathy during our McGRIFF
_ ..h- ."I.'iflflIIit. !, ri"u l Nona Pt. recent bereavement. especially Patny Kelly Mary Brian MOTORS
I'll" I' Fla.
_ tr Starke
Il'Iank'the pastor and choir of the Ami Intent. New

FOR RKNT. I 'mull .and liar.. j First Baptist Church for their TEMPLE: AVE. & PRATT ST. r
_ ioartI Waehluct" V HI'' "H J.ihnl. l I"it" kindness. The Conway family ".' .: ,-_--. ... '-, ST.\ItKE.

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