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 25, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'"" MAY 51951 ,




issioners \Want Referendume > { o

On Bill For Hospital Funds ; -

Isolation sigCodnmlaefonY nue for the establishment, or construction Official Cormly 1'ublicatianF.eltabllshed In 1379VULCb1E

I '>f maintenance equippingand ""
ted that a referendum operation of such hospital by SRl'ENTY T1YU

I tacked onto a bill now the* allocation to such hospital of HT\UK..1, FLOlun.'IUU..\."', 11.Y 26. 19\1: NUl\mJlR FORTY-FFVl:

pared for Introduction portion of the race track fund l

late Legislature to pro- which may be received by Brad T a w

L fr, the acquisition and ford County." t

of a public hospital In The bill seta forth that "In no : w Seaboard Seeks ,',

event-shall the sum expended for ,

mlsslon6l'8' action fol- the acquisition/ of.,.constructlon of t .

m the heels of a meeting said hospital exceed $100,000, Including )Service CutbackFor

ospltal Committee last any Indebtedness assumed
It was or Incurred In said ..
,, Ut at which time acquisition
iroceed with the leglalawlthouWBe or construction." Teggy'The :
referendum In their resolution asking thata

said would referendum clause be attachedto '
r possible hope for a hos- the bill the Commissioners state a r railroad I la tampering with

several years.: that "H la the belief of the members Peggy! again, and the people around -

approved by the com- 'of this Board that the public i \ Brooker don't like It a blC :

as Friday night at which is not sufficiently informed of the 2 r 1.c t D 11I They certainly don't.

,t voted to proceed with contents of this proposed legislation ... r N Peggy (just in case you haven't
BS and that there 1 LI not sufficient lived around '
ref- these r,
but without a parts very
itiUon said time before adjournment of t long) U officially known t
which, It was jtt' a* Mix-
pay rlaune any possible hope for the present Legislative Session fora ..ff id Train No. 101 (going out) and I

several years. complete "discussion of the provisions 103 (coming back) plying dally '
j tor
the of said bill by a majorityof i ;i 4 tI wee the Seaboard's branch line '
I by com: ,
,It as approved night provides the people la the County to enable I f t 1 : from Starke to Dell It you .want ,

I Friday of race track them to form a clear opinion ,1 r. r to know where Bell Is, you'll have

first Lelved$5,000: the county be as to Its merits or Its demerits." I I s t1 to look on a map. Wo don't know

by The Commissioners state further either ,
to fur the hoapltal fund; that "the members of this "
be divided equally I Comes now the Seaboard and
iso 000
Board are of the opinion that the '
County Commisslon-I b lsJk m_____.__._____ petitions the Florida Railroad &
entire receipts of the Race Track --"' Public Utilities
and all Commission
Board ,
School Funds are needed to continue theCounty's [1951 GRADUATING CLASS OF BRADFORD authority to
fhe $85,000 be diverted HIGH SCHOOL reduce the frequency
and that to
operations Rains Rescue >f
fund; : operation Peggy from dally
' form the bill pro-' take away any part thereof will The 1951 Graduating Class of BHS Is an unusual my Hard;, Kenneth. Norman Harry Edwards, DonkeyBicycleGame (except Sundays) to a Ulrica

.. Iglnal first 120.000 of race result In an" Increase. of taxes of class In more way* than line Not only III 1 Leslie Sapp, Harold Davis, Ronald Andrews Jerry weekly schedule on Mondays, Wednesday

the I Its citizens. f it unusually large, 73 seniors, but Lawson s, and
coming to this coun- Suffering Corn numbering proud Clinton Barton, James Oasklns EJward 1 Fridays.
resolution were
ry Copies of the I
marked .for the hospital forwarded to Senator Johns and boys outnumber girls In the class almost 2 to t, Bancroft, Tonight,, Once before, back during depression
,as changed when Super-I Representative Doyle Conner requesting Ordinarily in high school graduating classes the 3rd row -- Bert Newcomb, J6e Warren. Vernie i day of the early 1930'
H. A drenching rain late Wednes girls have the lead wide the Seaboard asked
Instruction margin.
Public by a Thornton permission to
of to referendum
them place a Kaapar Duncan, Bobby Wasdln, Edwin Liniment, bandiifres and other
pointed out ,that this,, the bill "if and day afternoon gave farmers new The Baccalaureate Sermon tor the class will abandon the line entirely, but. the
-I clause on Burnaby, Albert first
Hazen. Curtis
hope tor a successful Edwards, Curtis aid supplies should be selling folks
out that
Snple the operations of It is introduced and that the corn season be preached by Rev. L D, Halnes in the First way set up such a
when at
anttct- here this year It wan beginning Cecil Crawford. Theodore Brannen, Ed premium prices here this weekend 'howl that the
p i the county If track the reveto question be voted on at the next I: tq look as It the luscious young Baptist Church Sunday night at 8 o'clock. He will ward, Maasey, Dilly Booth. as. an aftermath of the donkey, In recent request wo denied.
Jreane in race General Election." 1 use as his topic, "Which WayJ"Commencement bicycle baseball years-business over the
roasting ears might dry on the game between the
up 4th
materialize row Billy Dansby, Marvin Warren DonaMRichie line has picked
of up considerably
The possibility purchasing Exercises will be held Lions and
stalk for want of moisture, but the Friday Rntarlan at Bradford
Johns who Billy Cressler, J. T. Prevail, Floyd Flitch ,what with growing demand
E. Florida Clinic for
Charley the former North ; picture Is greatly Improved.The night, June 1, !in Memorial Stadium, beginning at Park tonight ( Friday),
meeting last Friday, It was discussed Charles Hutcheson, Orls Collins Kenneth Johns shipment by the new pulpwood .
tho and re-equipping Believed
1 first break in the drouth 8 o'clock. Members of the graduating claim will to be the first game of
it he would be willing to at the meeting last Friday and a came late !Monday afternoon when conduct a symposium on "Democracy Can Survive Tommy Hamilton, Allen Lewis: J, L. Alvarea, Ar-I Its kind ever attempt, the Lion so the Industry, and other factors
without a refer named to contact new retrenchment
the bill committee was ley Underbill. will request
a good shower fell but unfor on donkey
[ the wishes Dr. H. H Adams Dr, In the Wt'sternVorld' > on the part of the railroad come
if It was
the owners. while
use tunately, this was accompanied bya Absent when picture wag taken Rotsrlans will be astrldf
were: Mary Andrews
K. As pictured In the above photograph, from left < that It be handled J. M. Hembree, and Dr. C a surprise to residents
hall novelty bicycles with
storm that did several eccentric
I Doyle Andrews Helen Derry Donald Bennett .
The Board of Commisias Hayes, and determine what they to right the graduates are: wheels of this section
L thousand dollars damage to crops and other odd styles.
Gerald Clair
Brown Cox, Wanda
not represented at the would sell the building tor now In the Lawtey section. 1st Rnw -- Valarla Denmark Claire Thomas, In addition to the novelty ball A public hearing on the application

[which was presided over i that the equipment has. been Several fields of corn In that Owen McRae, Ann Moore; Ada Edwards. MnntleHutchlngs. Ralph Davis, Idell Durban, William Durban, Jack game, there will be a demonstration will be held at 9:30: a. m.

Lax Green chairman of I moved out. area were literally shredded by the Nancy Knight Peggy Caldwell. Dottie Hasen, Edwin Howard, Meed Lewi. Margie Moody of safety on bicycles presented Monday, June 4, In the Woman's

Ital Committee. (- The committee was told Satur huge hailstones, and cucumber and Sue Biggs. Edna Coleman. Nadine: Clark, Ruth and Dan Wainwright with the cooperation of the Nation Club building at Alnchua. G. L.

Ill Is designed "1'p pro- day morning' that the owners pepper acreage was also damag Topping, Ruby Crawford, Kathryn Colson, Joan A special aectlon devoted to congratulatory al Safety Council and the Bicycle Patten of Starke will serve, as examiner .
the creation of a Brad- i would take J67.000 tor the com tattled Institute of America. All for the Railroad Commis
to In bicycle
ed.The Sweeney, Betty Carter, and Catherine Judd. messages graduates (In a special sloe
ity Hospital Corporation; plete building', or $50,000 tor the big volume of corn has not owners are urged to register and)
le for the establishment! new L-shaped wing. The equipment started here yet, as the corn It 2nd row Dolph Reddish. James Norman. La- aectlon of this week's Telegraph (Photo by Tony be on hand for ttie demonstration All Interested parties will ba

equlplnt -' sold to a hospital von Crosby, Marcus Brown Bobby McClellan, Tom Stevens), given
in or construction was recently unusually late this year. Four Parent are advlsi-d to be present an opportunity to be heardat

> nance and operation :' 'In Alabama for 133,000. trailers have been partly loadedout to see the Ills of bicycle riding. In this elms and .it* .I.. ex pacts,\*.

>lie hospital at Starke In Rep. Conner has previously expressed since Monday, and the bulk of Asked traffic and what should be done; tc that a large delegation from

County Florida; to pro- himself as being' In favorof the crop is expected to come In Railroad Installing i 1 Legislature promote the safety of their Starke, Brooker and .other town

he appointment of trus- a referendum on the hospital about Juna 1, New Bell Signal SCHOOL'SO To Pass Resolution chlldr along the line will be present

iiid Hospital'Corporation dupe, but at press time yesterdayIt The game will begin at 8 p. m Resolutions protesting the cut
their power and duties; watt not known what the reaction At Eighth Street Boosting BlandingIn Admission I la 60c and 30c down' In aervlce have been filed

i-ovid* tor the approprla. of Senator ,Johns would be to Many Changes U, T with the Commission
by the
Councilman' James A. Lewis was a resolution signed Mondaythe
' : I'
nosy aa{ raising of reve- the Commissioners'! resolution. ,I Id Seem In Prospect notified Wednesday: by L. 9. tuy.nebrew '. Board Af County Commission- J. H. Gill Accepts ford County Commissioners and

For Welfare gram''' 'i Seaboard Ah' Line trainmaster ,. Vault!! Ion days start foui..lrr* ..t* \r requested Senator Charley K New Position With the Starke Chamber ol Commerce

that, the railroad la InstallIng for 2,716 happy Bradford. Comity Johns end Representative Doyle

adoes d \Win Place In Tournament Far-reaching changes In the I elgnal bell at the Eight' Street I school student. Of course, >E i<, Conner to prepare and offer Ga.-Fla.,, RailroadJohn SgtH; >hull Returns

laws governing the administration crossing. The cable was being laid they have to report briefly at companion resolutions to the After
of welfare funds !in Florida are reflected Wednesday, and! the Installation 10 a.m. Monday for heir report State Legislature endorsing Camp John H.: Gill of Klnaaley/ Lake, Long ServiceIn

lasting Green Cove Springs 10-0 in bills now pending or already should be completed by now. rardx. but after that It'll be just Flooding as a training alte for I a railroad man with 26 years of Korean War

passed by the 1951: Legislature The councilman had written Mr one long happy phty |.erlod un military personnel, and to urge varied experience recently reported

, now nearing the end of Its Klnnebrew concerning Installation ell next fall.Today that It bo given Immediate favorable to Augusta to assiintia his "Call Street sure looks good tome

egan Thursday afternoon 3-0 lead. 1 current session. I of a signal at the request of persons In ho lax full day of consideration for reactivation new duties as chief operating officer ," were the words. of Sgt. Edward

|In St. Augustine In Jerry Fountain, pitcher for I Both the House and the. Senate noting the danger at the semi classroom grind for the county's The action wa* taken by the of the Georgia A Florida T. Shull, Jr. who arrived

:baseball tournament then Green Cove, gave up 11 tree bases have passed a bill throwing the blind crosulng. 100!learners' but It won't Commissioners In view of the fact Railroad. home Tuesday after being overseas .

i Tornadoes met Fletcher hit one batter and gave up 4 hits, welfare rolls open to Inspection by : .IM* the end of their' dut...... They that Camp Blending Is reportedly I Alfred W Jones' rerelvernr since September, 1948.
3 hits tor 4 tripe officials after, Installations under the railroad, who made the annaunremnnt Sgt. Shull's first
f Jacksonville Heach.' The Hazen collected authorized public must report Monday for thrrete4 among eight overseas assignment
Mil\ play Saturday nightthe and Delano Thomas 1 hit for 3 the upper house added an amendment Factory Steel .k of a combined post planning consideration for future use by slid that he and the was occupation duty at In
officers of the line gratified
, ;winner of the Ketterbe times up. Green Cove got '3 hits designed to "prohibit politicalor and worUxhnp program. the Army that were chon, Korea with Headquarter.
only 2 of the they could nbtnln the services 7th Division, before
Hazen who gave up commercial exploitation tho actual
game, slated to begin the If puzzling
By way you're of a man with the record
y night at 8 p. m. bases on balls and had very good lists", Being PlacedThe over the haJf-lnuchor listed above of efficiency, capability proven, end, experience righting<< atart..d.Lat..r .
out IS men. final Clinic I he was transferred to the
'urnadoes won their right control by striking Before obtaining pastiago don't jump to conclusionthat Crippled posllell*..,1 br Mr. Gill.
Tornadoes back'tc 32nd Tank '
the Infantry (
1 blaskm Monday afternoon however, the bill must go 0.. firstnrvlng
: the by
here on
of are any midgets native of Franklin County, N
and of thl Bushnell Steel Co in pony a* a driver and later
spirits as
, Cove last Frl- were still In high the House tor approval ixhool That fractional C..
Springs payroll. Mr. GUI U a graduate' of North
on tank
started Wednesday commander
down 20. Ha Jacksonville of an M-4 with
i> Fletcher entered by edg- set Gainesville High amendment j figure Is awTounted for by Here Today Carolina State and entered service
steel framework for I I a crew of five. He
facing only all district welfare the supporting saw 180 day
5 Innings, The bill require
Beach boys zen pitched Seohofrd
> City 42. The ,clot her the lunchroom supervisor that with the Railroad In
work of
actual combat
to file the roof of the new
and State
local lads are old, oppo- 17 men, walking one. givingup boards In the Street. Bradford share with neighboring I 1021 at___ Raleigh._ p N_, n_,_ AA _"."Ml"'l__n m< After '
scratch.Infield clerk of the court In every factory building on Tenth Under of the Florida enjoying a 30-daye issue.
r tournament play.; In '49 one hit-that a with the Baker County I auspices to the division engineer, Since
2 Innings complete It Is expected that the Bterl will be which he plan to spend" mostly
uidoes whipped Fletcher In Pig Davis hurled the last county In the districts a 1 Crippled Children's Commission that time her has had experience as,
walked relief benefit In place by next Tuesday and the with his parents here, Mr. and
none and Post 56 and
receiving American
Is and entered the State facing 7 men, list of persons Lrglon assistant engineer, chief clerk the o,
infield each Is paidA contractor, J. M. Edwards, will Mrs, F. T. Shull the sergeant willrrpart
another scratch and how much Rites ThursdayFor Auxiliary, the annual rl.nlc: tot
I 50 Fletcher bested the and gave up on tne ( superintendent, rnadmuiter, to Ft. Jackson, S. C.
revamping workmen Immediately on
>< in hit. comprehensive measure put crippled children Is being held assistant superintendent, and assists
ya a the
4 Mrs. CarterMrs. June 21 for
service the $50,000.000welfare job of placing; the deck for here In the health clinic reassignment. He
teem has lost the much of today : on nt to the chief engineer of the
" lust two the The
ur outings I .
hn (
roof with hopes to stationed In he future
and second was passed by ply, built-up, 20-year Church StreetTha
catcher Seaboard .
>"s gained two shutout vie- [of Jimmy Rowe, program system.H
Christine Dohm Carter nt Fort McPherson Atlanta Oa.
will be cover'ed.
with a vote of which. the building clinic is free of and
fter the Green Cove' 10.0, leading hitter with a .314 average the House Tuesday 72, died Tuesday at Lake Worth charge, resigned from the Seaboard'

< Gainesville 2-0 last Mon- when he broke his wrist, in a fall :56 to 3. that he where she had been living for the Its purpose Is to examine and several years ago end, has been -
first base last Friday night An outstanding provision of thl Edwarda said yesterday offer aid to any crippled child living at hit home on Klngsley
rnoon. hitting safely 8 times IP\ measure Is the requirement that hopes to complete the office area past four years She was born in under 21 years of age For follow Lake with Mrs Gill the former
-lazen. reaching peak per- Hazen, by weeks. Starke on February 2, 187D, the
It times at bat, has upped welfare recipients 'must file court of the building within two up hospltsllzatlon and. treatmentonly t.nMirn AlvsreK. Mrs. Gill e*. Jr l
e, pitched and batted the the last daughter' of the late John and
the requestof
to a big .370 suit against those liable tor their This U being ru.hed at those cases that have a crippling peels to join her husband, Augusta -
victory over Green Cove. his batting average of the Matilda Underhill Dohm. .
Siceloff president
High. Thom Sim condition that can be benefited In the near future.
.irst Inning, with two menn Against Gainesville support. Manufacturing Company For: many years she lived In the
hit each. also Increases county representation Big Dad by treatment and whose
took the first pitch as and McRae got Helibronn section whereher
Rowe hit on the 12 District Welfare inn, who wishes to open an employment Springs parents are not financially able tc
>I" him and slammed It into Bud Beckett, replacing the ground as husband, Merlon D. Carterwas Prevatt Praised
Department office on
and Hazen Board, sets up a State pay for the service in whole or In
,urn, 339 feet from safely for a double, well-known farmer. She was
away I I of Public Welfare operating soon as possible. i a part, are accepted for care. For Month's Record

Ite, tor a home run and a got 3 singles.. under the teven. -member: ,It la hoped that the entire 21000: I a longtime member of* the JIuptlst Lunch, consisting of With Insurance Co.

Welfare Board, and takes appointment square, foot building, complete ,with Church. and drinks will be ... "ndWIChe'l
e'ectrlc.! and plumbing Besides her husband she Is survived I I
Being Received ,Work StartedOn of the welfare director heating, parents and children Nathan Prevail 1014 N. E. UtI-
Mrs. W
last two ,
the by daughters
will be finished! by
the Governor and give e'nrk clinic by members of the Legion
Place Gainesville \
BuildingFor away from a special agent
tail New G. Stringfellow of the State Farm
it to the Welfare Board. of Jane. Auxiliary. for the Massachusetts. Protective
and Mrs. K. W. Parks of Lake
Sistrunk Feed Each county la allowed twc Association, Inc and the Paul Revere '
' next ten days bids will Worth; and two sisters, Mrs. Ceo
members on the district board Instead T. A. Yawn, III Scouts Want Jobs Life Insurance Co, home of
t ted for A. Gardiner, Starke, and Mrs. E.
the mall
messeng- started this week on The bill also Increases Saturday, May 26, will be Poppy
Mass. has
Work was of one. flee Worcester, received
,between the Starke post the new home of the Sistrunk from two to three years I Joins Law Firm I W. Rosier, Jacksonville. To Earn MoneyFor a special commendation from Day in Starke. The annual sale
d the Seaboard Air Line will be a con welfare Funeral services were held la will be sponsored by the local American -
It that a Green
Feed &: Seed Co. the length of time [Of Green & Summer Camp Edward R. Hodgklns -vice president
station. crete block building. 30x60. on applicant can dispose of property J the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Thurs of the companies, for hit Legion Auxiliary, assisted
als must be made at a 1 day afternoon atJ: o'clock with by the Girl Scouts.
Sistrunk It would 1I week
East Call St., near the before applying for aid. I Theron A. Yawn Jr. this Scoutmaster Cecil Sewell reports I work during April.
''te tor all service required Home. require a parent to sue children for became a junior member of the Rev. U A. Shepherd and Rev. L that there are several ScoutsIn Prevatt ranked seventh during Florida Is joining with other
.ns wishing to bid should the Bradford4Engiaeering time that Green & Green, attorneys G. Hemmlngway officiating. state to make this the greatest
of of
3. M. Edwards support at the same law firm Troop 70 who would like to that period In their production of/
hemselves of the amount I Co. Is the contractor. welfare aid is requested. The on North Court St Interment wu In the family earn money nvlth which to go to new business. Poppy Day In history The little

I".cter of the service t} The store will move measure prohibits the granting of Mr. Yawn received his LLB degree plot In Dyal Cemetery, camp late In June. I red flower are a symbol of !Individual

bids and additional In- Into Its new quarters as soon U i aid unless the applicant has Instituted from the University of Florida Persons. who have odd jobs Of The organizations have agency tribute to the war dead-

0 may be obtained at the the building is completed.C. suit and< "In good faith Law School !in February. He Hercules Employes part time work that Scout can do representations In the 43 state a sign that the wearer hold a
State the District of Columbia. Hawaii, place of honor In his heart for
resident of the
ostoffice. prosecutes" an action for support has been a are requested to notify the Scout'
Westerfelt liable persons. Farm and Starke while attending/ Enjoy PicnicThe master. and Canada. those who gave their all that A-

S. from to the Senate school and Is now residing at S14N. merlca might remain free.
e S bill will now go '
Temporarily Died SuddenlyClarence This Water Street with hla wife, the Hercules Powder Company Claude Johns Jr. I* hospital, disabled veteran
consideration. ,
d for Caldwell rewarded their Camp 34 employee Chasi G. Spurlock make these These
By Legion welfare bill passed by former Miss Lila/ Rae popples. men
Shelton Westerfelt 63 Another would permit welfare and two sons, Theron A III and 'for a years record without a Makes Gold Key some bedridden, some In wheelchairs
and hire
pal American Legion Post a resident of Starke for the past the House to grow foodstuff for James C. lost! time accident with a barbecue Mr. P.obert Myrick : At Florida State have been given a chance

'd< thl* week that Its two winters died Monday, night aid recipients providing none Is at Strickland's Landing on Saturday were called to Orlando several to keep their hand and mind at

Saturday night dance at following a heart attack at his their own use Wm. A. AndrewsAt May 19. days ago by the death of Mr. My- Claude John, Jr.. a Junior at work. Their morale andrflnanrea<

"y will be suspended forks I home In Nollman village Hew sold. W.T Powell camp Superintendent rick's uncle, Charles G. Spurlock Florida tate University and son both benefit from the Poppy Day

' until a new band can born In New Jersey on April! IS Scott AFB was host to his employee and on May 9 Funeral service were of Mr and Mr*. Claude Johns of tale. A* they are paid for each

+ Ott Pfc Wllllm A. Andrews son Of held In the Orlando Baptist Church leaders Initiated Interest In life and they take
Roberta automobile Infant Cove Springs where the camp't 1 prideIn
and his Flo-
He was a retired Elaine Green, Starke',
of with Interment la Woodlarm Memorial
Bernice Mrs. Thelma Dyal
ubadors Russell operations are now located. In the Gold Key honorary society knowing they are earning money
have played thU salesman, a Mason a member ol daughter of Mr. and Mrs. af graduated last week from one of Mr Park, Orlando. ,lat I FSU on May 17. Member art for help of their families and
Tuesday Out of the town guests were
.nee It .was first started Lion International, and the Pres. Green of Brooker.Vincent's Hospital the Air Force Communications and Mrs. B. E.: Gooch, St. Simons Surviving one daughter bfri ,' chosea on the baal of leadership themselves In case where the
rs ago and 9 m. In St. school at Scott Air Force Base and service to the government days not
have buUt uollowlng tor years p. scholarship cover
.' byterian Church many Island, Ca., Mr. and Mrs. B H Francis Miller of York Pa., and

. |In Bradford and His widow U the only survivor. Jacksonville.services were ILL.Prior to entering the Scott Sspp Baldwin Mrs. Lonnie Oliver, four sister. Mr*. Mamie Long University So when you get year poppy
"Z Funeral Aurch Mrs RevisPlttmsn John wa also recently honor Saturday and mak. contribution
counties. Mr. Roberts Funeral services were held In Baptist communications school. ptc. Andrews Baldwin, Mr. and Aubumdale biro Mae Stewart your
River ;
move the New Folkston Ga., Mr. and ed by being elected president of ; you will know that you are
his at .
home to CraveI the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock completed basic training Homervllle. Ala. Mr. Pruitt of
1 Thursday been Mrs. E. C. Mass St Simon Island ; hi* fraternity Slgma'Chl. He wtl I.truly helping the live of those who
had to cancel the afternoon at 4 o'clock with Sera Green ls expected to return Lackland AFB. Texan He has Force Ga.,.and Mr. and Mrs. N.S. Dankel Plant City, and Mr. Susie Myrick, graduate from the university next deserve to be helped.
OOklnga that his Interment the hospital the last of on active duty with the Air with In business I -
band had Rev L. D. Haines officiating. home from 1950. phyrlll& Lake Geneva. January, a major

'l'eL was In Crosby Cemetery. this week. since August administration. [

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'", MAY 2 519 51.f' .

-- F'Rln tr,
; .'.a. PAGE TWO constructed around the career of down th
-" week. enjoyed a field trip to Gold Heat< ment of the American frontier States' General George Armstrong, referred operator murdeh,4, l

I, Bradford County t Tel e 2 r a D h LAWTEY : Mr. and the graduation Mr*. Troy Bennett exercise attended oj. \I week.Branch They on took Wednesday lunch with of them last, Railway that endangered period Mall when Service by the the was threat aprlous-of of the to In United history State as "The Railway father role ante ;,t> 'Xla nOau SUe

OWNCMKDITOitPublished i, the nurse's clan of the St. Luke 'spent the day combining bands operating Mall Service"McNally 'rroQUI
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. L. MATTHEWS. t.. II. Fntrh hospital In Jacksonville\ Wednesday pleasure. On this trip lessons outlaw the raider postal system. Is recruited by General Their free r1shlp bfVelops
,, evening of last week, their In first aid and science were given against and Alexis Armstrong to work as an un- IU'wnsetu!

Every Friday and Entered m. Second On Thursday afternoon of last I i daughter, E telJe, being a. tnembe by their Instructor Stephen McNally leading roles In this dercQVrr agent for the railway when he dlx: ) !
Matter at the Pout Office at Starke, FU week Mra. H B Arwood entertained i i of the class Miss Carolyn Prevatt The Baccalaureate Sermon for I Smith have that Is dramatically mall service While tracking actually, a up nenty.e ,
01am story
with a bridal shower for Mrs. of Starke formerly of Lawtey, also -I the Lawtey Junior High School screen I
1951 Joe Lamb of Starke. The house< graduated at this time. has been announced for next Sunday -- -
MEMBERSubscription ((3)) was very pretty with appropriate j Mrs. C B. Williams of Tampa Morning. This will be a union
of of all Invited to attend '-
$1.so For Six Months arrangements bouquets attended church at the Methodist service and are
$4.50 Annually Queen Ann's lace and white ana church last Sunday. Mr, William, the service The Rev. J. D
colored gladioli. No special pro-, la Secretary of Social Service or Robinson of the First Baptist will
gram of entertainment was carried be the speaker /
the Methodist Churches and while \
WHAT WILL WE DO ABOUT IT? out, the time being spent In I'' here conducted the installation Deane Harley of Gainesville

of crime stories would find plenty to excite visiting a* only local people were services for the officer of the spent the weekend here with hU
Admirers '
report recently made publicby there. At five o'clock the numerous local WSCS.; cousin Jot, Harley.'Wyoming .. .
their interest in the 195-page and attractive gift were.,unwrapped ....
Kefauver's crime committee. But this Everett Loadholtl who Is employed
Senator and admired, after which
of fiction. It discloses a at Sanford spent the week Mail'Suspenseful
from a
document is a far cry delicious refreshments of cake and
situation which, in view of the Investigators, is a direct fruit punch were served. Nineteen end with relatives here Western "l
Mrs Frank Jones and children area!! o
.e ;
American institutions.The ladles .were present to enjoy thin
menace to were In Gaineavllla on Saturday oC To ParkThe
3 report gives names, dates and places. Some of the affair with Mra. Lamb, nee Mlaa last week. Coming
held positions JlargleVaU, a Lawtey girl. Every. I
who hold or have
C names belong to men Miss Authurlne Blanchard of Technicolor Western, "Wy-
in government-city, state and Federal. It describes the sore one noon thoroughly and all wish enjoyed Margie the after.much', Jacksonville spent the weekend umlng Mall," coming to the Park Rights Reserved rices Good Thru Sat., alas
did tie-up between gamblers, police and politicians in large happiness In her married life with her father, A. M. Blanchardand Theatre Sunday, vividly portrays Quantity
American cities. Some of the leading lights in the gambling kVrlnrr Roam. sister Miss Enza Blanchard.Mrs. an exciting' era In the develop-
of the old Capone gang. And I Margaret Kelley has re-
business it says, are veterans Weiner roasts seem to be the .
+' it charges that the once-famous Mafia is the "binder as well which as order of the day In our town last C.turned Kelley to,the after home spending of'her son several H Used \: Call Street Starke Fla.
criminal syndicates ,
major week. On
together the two Friday night Mrs. L. H
ties the country." lays with relatives In the New TELEVISIONSets
numerous other criminal groups throughout Jill entertained with her annual River section
believe that the big-time ninth grade party. However this
people seem to Mrs. Nell Housley of Jackson-
A great and racketeer now thinks of himself as a businessman time It was enlarged to take In the vile spent Sunday with her uncleA. ,.,",,.,-r.,.,,, v.. -.--'-: .- ..
gambler man-including paying his entire Junior High School group M. Blanchard.
{ f and acts The like Kefauver a business group takes a dim view of this Games were played on the spa l- Mr. and Mrs. Wright of Alabama $59p.95Chas. Corn-Fed .
taxes. oua lawn of the mil home
r proper enough but with are guests of Mrs.
make tax returns, true f Wright's
The gamblers time for refreshments alll
belief.committee thinks that these returns are financially were Invited to a big bonfire when later, Mrs. H. B. Arwood. Rib End Loin -Center Cut
the understatement. The government, the usual In The WMU of the First Baptist Cs Shepherd PORK Lb 49CROAST CHOPS Lt
speaking, masterpieces of in place out In front of the Baptist church held' their monthly ....
of huge sums money ard- where
I it alleges "has been defrauded in crim- and welners were roasteo social In the home of Mrs.V. p-. Radio T.V. Seat Covers
and gangsters engaged eaten with the
by racketeers customary Moore Tuesday afternoon.
tax revenues W. Call Starke .
t inal activities." It further emphasizes, "Huge sums in cash trimmings accompanied by 110ft- The Ninth Grade Science class 307
and gangsters are not reflected in their .. About ninety persons w. @ I Sweet Sliced
handled by racketeers present for the -- -- Grade -A Dressed. &. Drawn Quick Frozen
tax It is extremely critical of certain tax occasion and Mrs, 1 "
i returns.
income and tax lawyers who, it says, assisted the mobsters Hill was assisted In chaperoning TRANSFER Ba&jn 59c
accountants by other
member of the school' R. Ba ALVAREZ&SON COD
in defrauding the government. faculty and a number of the mothers STORAGE Mt. Vermont Sliced TURKEY

One deduction which can be made from this remarkable of the young people. ... .
hard-hitting report is that the "respectable gambler"thatis On Saturday night Mrs. H: C -, r -- We operate local Bacon Lb. 69c

is, ordinary citizen who bets two dollars now and ,then: Harley entertained with a weiner t & long distance "Mt. Vermont"
of coins through} a slot roast for 4lb., Hick. Smo. Ckd:Can.
handful the R 16SON "
with his bookie or runs a younger group In anywhere In U. 8. Brand
machine-is making a real and extremely important contribution snTrf, Her daughters, Jackie f a :MOVING' Hams Each 4.95 ,,
to the power and wealth of the criminal syndicates.He whoM birthdays' cam EXCELLENT\ Young Hens f
their existence possible. on different days last week. The Sausage f''
who makes Sunnyland
in fact is the man
For their revenues "come from the millions upon millions of In party order was to held avoid on Interfering Saturday nIght with! sc STORAGE Lb- 55c C
made-not from the activities of i a 'b s Bologna
small wagers that are school work. The girl
received FACILITIESSee 6 9
few people who bet thousands on a roll of the dice or a turn many nice' gifts' a good time was Sunnyland SkinlessWieners Ib I
And this citizen makes all the resulting had all,
of the wheel. so, by and all are looking Agents For Lb. 59c
graft and civic corruption possible as well. forward to'' the next party ,where, r
The committee offers 22 specific recommendations where ever I it may be. DELCHERBROS. us first

the Federal government might aid in crime prevention. These Monday afternoon about 6:30':: .
include tightening up the immigration laws to make it easier Lawtey Was hit', by a wind and hall' Colored! Quarters! SuperbrandMARGARINE _

to get rid of alien mobsters, a ban on the interstate trans- storm.' The hall which fell very
establishment of a Federal thick and heaVy did considerable'
mission of gambling information,
damage to corn and
commission and on. However, it comes to the other crops 25
crime so A large oak tree WM blown on the Pound
crime is local problem, which ATTENTION
; definite conclusion that a home of Lonnie Testdne who Jives
"must be attacked primarily at the local level, with supplementary two miles west of Lawtey on the

aid, where appropriate, from state and Federal authorities old HelJbronn' Springs road. M" TOBACCO GROWERS

*." TestnantH three children ,were New Red Bliss 5 Ibs.POTATOES Nice Juicy Florida"Dixiana"
This country has witnessed many a crime investigation, on the porch when the tree fell Let Us Write Your

but Senator Kefauver's committee was the first to operateon v-ernonerehP'nnfe(1. tO the floor but 25c
scale. It has dredged up an enormous andy son, was able)
a national to free himself and ORANGE
shocking amount of information. Now it remains to be seen members of the family assist to the.,other fety HAIL ,INSURANCE Fresh Florida 4 Ears .

What the various, units of government and the'people, will They'took refuge In a 'to, '
near bout
do about it. -4" xI House ,until Mr. Teaton r* NOW{ Before You Need ItEvery CORN 25c

turned home from work. No one

I ON BEING A GOOD NEIGHBOR was seriously Injured but members Branch of Nice Yelow Ripe 2 Ibs 5 2 gc
of the
family and friends are Lb Sack
In prehistoric times the cave man had 'no neighbors, m still. wondering how they escaped BANANAS 2Sc
the friendly sense of the word, for his neighbors were his The houee and furnishings werealmost INSURANCEH.

enemies. Every living thing he encountered was a threat to a complete lose. Fancy Wlnesap 3 lbs. Frozen Sliced Sweetened
his existence and he reacted accordingly. Today millions of Jack Bales! a"d. daughters, -
people often live within small areas and it is only possible Marty and Jackie, Of Miami were APPLES 29c STRAWBERRIESoPi,

because people have learned to become "good neighbors'!. weekend guest of her mother C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE

It may be that the start of the good neighbor policy be- Mrs.their Mae home Wells, They returned to ,
on Tuesday.
gan when a cave man saw another caveman trying desper- Mrs. Elton Cll4lweU. Mrs. Helen PHONE lab Give Your Clothes A Lifetime Sparkle!
of bashing in
ately to move a huge stone or log Tate and Mrs. W. H.
the man's head with a club he helped and the job was done. son all of Jacksonville and

In turn the cave man helped might give needed assistancein "fP n slaying a predatory animal and thus the "you? help me Effie Miner on Wednesday of last Small Large

and I'll help you': policy started. BUt be it as it may, certainly M .
people learned long ago to live together and work together -

first in small tribes, then in communities, and finally! -

in towns and cities.A .
good neighbor is the salt of the earth. He is the manor

(( woman, of course) who pitches in when you have trouble 'it \\ eIG. S
without waiting to be asked lie helps when sickness, accident tit l t

or storm just about knocks you flat on your face. lie \ m
does it without thought of payment or reciprocal kindness.We "1t:

met a. beloved grandmother one time and in talkingto t\l I\\ "A0fW TY'XrSl' PtPP6 AwC

her asked about her neighbors. "I've always had good t\\\\\\ AabLrkAt dAd ron
neighbors" she said. We asked if not just one of them hadn't Com 2-. c11M'2

been a little bit mean or troublesome. "No, not one", she replied ,
"I've always had good neighbors". All of which haled At Present \Ve Do Not Have A Regular Salesman I J II68VS DrtfO tr / ')
us to believe that she had good neighbors because she !

herself was a good neighbor. Or perhaps that the best way SO WE ARE OFFERING YOU TIlE JOB r Beets 2 22

to have good neighbors is to be one yourself.
When you come to think of it, we all would like to be s s35.

known by others as "a good neighbor". It is a high tribute. Aspflraaus-

AIJL THIS AND SAFETY TOO Ordinarily{ He pay a Salesman 10 Percentfor _

Recent articles in newspapers and magazines pointing out the business he brings us. Let us pay : gfCORNED <

Florida i IS' the only State in the Union that remains out
that YOU this 10 Percent. If you are interest
of range of Russian bombing bases might possibly account for BEEF jl oi. CAN tA'i
the unprecedented spring"exodus to Florida from the North. ed in a Range, here is how it works:

One New York dealer in Florida homes and homesites

announces that his April sales have far exceeded records during 50 Gal. Propane Tank (Line Lease) -

any month of the previous operations. including Febru- Full of Gas, Installed 66.50 5 Cherries 2-

ary, formerly the peak month. : .
"Folks here in the North, particularly those about "to retire ONE RANGE -- .. 99.50
in Florida all the time, this 'BETSY
interest -
showing more
dealer states. -- 166.50 S-f / I NCI Grap 3iiiceNO.S03' wear
Under repeated warning from our military and civil < -

leaders, the American public is becoming more atom Less Your 10 Percent .- 16.50 ..1
Little wonder, then that the urr1M4N RICH sTDXE1Y
bomb minded all the time. -

more relative and safety more of Northerners Florida from to seek Russian a new bases home is in influencin the Sun-! > .-: 149.40 z CAMS 9 I Oran Juice 2

other advantages this -- Sales Tax 4.06
shine State. If they can have all the ; w
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8 MAY 25 1951

1.\\' t 1D J.--! ......._ BRADFORD COtJNTY
--- .- TE.t'I'. --! ..: ':,_FLARII. P.Vr.E THREKs
for me new nome or Leon Rideout I -- -- ---- ------ ---- -- ------- ---- ---
good luck It fmI
was an off
'' next to his brother home on Jasmine them and day Sundaafternoon.. I'r Mi' .
they lost < Ward Is the daughter of :Mr ,
neHeihts'lrl1 their gam. .I' i'I ullu* t t.> t tin complainti I r. I.H. cl| I Is- \ III
); !! St.Work. with Flora Home 14 to 3. This wan BROOKER i Mr ant Mrs Carl Roberts of I,i and Mrs. Dave Quarles of ,i III., riulniirr, 55 Aliorni-v Znrti I "I.111- 'si", Pi 1..011..., ,I I". ptt.H, I, h.<.1 S
was also started the the I Stnrko were Mailing Mrs. Roberts Ix.iiwliix ;nr..fio7 I.'n'h Tlulld- tin. t" ""ad w 11 I K r i ft ri "n-' i'' i\ .1p
_/ D. :\ldlnald on sam.team they beat lust nooga Tenn. Mr.Vard IH the I .In..k..n'.lIh.I I l Florliln. and file I p w. ..ki In tlir Iliailforil, 4'iuntv TI'-I
ShauRhennsy house on Lakevlew week By Carolyn KclloyMr family Mr and Mrs. H B Cros- I nrltrlnni In thn .office of thui I lint. thin I'.III liny ,.t Mm. 1551.
==--- Drive. The = by Sunday' and also attended of Mrs Lollie L. Ward of i i It of HIP i-ii i.nit < ...urt on or h..- (OFKK'IAI.<.;.\I.1 ,\ .1 I 11..'ts., ,-,
Midgets game last "'edne church 'tI,.' I I'th it!iv c.r June. 1051 :! ri"'rk of I lu. c',, ,n,I > urrtv '.
. Nelson have Among those attending the day with the Rotary Club war and Mrs. Mack Lewis of gen-tee I Mrs. Mattie Sowell spent ,,. i-\\,IN,. I th,.' ill.',uiiti' n.. i.f xalil' ""v"n "I"MIo\'. Lt< i>iitt. '.1.I rk1i
v:bert We are sorry to that Mrs. < |'litnt um I IH tnl*,'n an con- I report weekend with and Mrs
good Mr.
wedding of Rev. David entertainment : ,
,tim.ire.,., Pa. for a Thomas to for any one" spent Sunday here G A.
Gay Is 111
, Mr Nelson will at- Miss Lou Reddltt at Plnecaatle, even for one who knows nothing with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. 'Hospital and Raymond In the Gainesville Faulkneris I Conncly In Gainesville. II "... llE..... ".;., _I .;;;m ...
at last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. about baseball. The Mr. Mrs. Lena Wilson
.niatlonal Rotary Rotary pitchers and Mrs. M. F. listen of in the Lake of
Wm. Wolfe', Miss Betty Roland had a hard time getting the Starke were visiting relatives here wish them City Hospital. We visited her mother Mrs. .
a .
r'P Munser, parents of!I Kay Sargent Mr. and Mrs: A. P. ball low enough for their small op. I Sunday. Mildred speedy Harrell recovf'ry.Mu. and chIldren Mott. Sunday.Mrs. ATTENTIONIf Let Us Thoroughly
Manser have gone Tyre Mr. Polly Fredrlcksson Mr. ponents and their catcher( Al Wat. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kelley and and Yvonne Harrell
j ,ummer.frs ,I and Mrs. L. L. Hill Rev Engle- son was down on his knees most Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey en- shopping In Gainesville Saturday.were Nora Sapp was You Have Wash Your Clothes
Gordon Purdy of mann, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Slbley of the time to get on a level with Joyed fishing at Suwannee River relatives In Jacksonville
the Palma have goneIn and Lt and Mrs. Robert Jackson. the ball. The most hilarious In. last Friday. Mr.. Mary Green attended the Miss Lubedla Pin holster PINE OU CYPRESS 9 Pounds

> the Adlrondacs.' I I Mr. Thomas was formerly pastor cident of the whole game occuredat Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey are Tuesday funf'rallier\'lces of last of week Adam at Andrews Elzy Mrs. Cordelia Mott were TIMBER: TO SELL For 40c!
week of the First first base
this Baptist Church
left ) in
A'igglns young spending a few in .
days In Wayrross. Chapel Cemetery near Worthington Gainesville Thursday.John
Vs. to visit.. She. wtll I I Keystone Heights. Rivers collided with first baseman Ga. and other points In Georgia Springs. Plnholster made a Large or Small Tracts FREE Bleach If Desired I
iaphi. The Keystone Heights Baseball Rushton. He bounced off Rushton's! visiting relatives.Mr. temple A"e. Stark* So
ci has loft for over- team defeated! Gainesville In a amply upholstered front as If he i Mrs. C. C. Strandberg and Mrs. trip to Gainesville Monday. an'S'S. We littif All ...:'.
and Mrs. Dave Galn and Rose of .
had hit y Keystone were visiting I in Invited
,I hard fought frame at Gainesville a rubber mattress and three children of Palatka spent Mrs. Mary Green Everyone to
Mrs Rohlen are In last Sunday. The score was 12 tc rolled over two or/hree' times. He I the weekend with :Mr. and Mrs. Thursday. all services of the Baptist l PAY TOP PRICESWrite
vliitlng their nephew. i i 9. Leon Rideout and Harold Rideout was removed\ from the game with N. G. Stokes, Green and children Sunday school 10 a.m.
an Injured knee and Mrs Mary Green were visiting 0 We Will
shared the but the S
has moved tarn credit for the win as Injury I am B.T.U. 7:30: p.m.
t son Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green ot Mr and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of
was not
I Is pitchers for Keystone.The Berlous. Mr. Ruuhton was Sunday night come
on Jasmine St. I not hurt The I Palatka spent Sunday with Mr. Dukes Sunday. every or Call Dry Your Clothes
score was It to 3 In with us.
Wi're laid this week Midget's did not have such and Mrs. E. W. Hodges. worship I
favor of the Midgets and they left Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and
- the field feeling very cocky while I Dewey Stokes of Jacksonville children were visiting Mrs. Greens For 20c SIn
their elders .went home to apply visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. family. Mr and :Mrs.. Hardce of 'l'I't13 'rn1".1': ; "* B. THOMAS S
:4L'TJ vii: liniment to aching joints. Charles I IHasklna Horace. Stokes recently. Alnohua Sunday. In l-litrlilni flrriilt. In four t han..ry.tlk'ii !. Ilrmlf. ..nl {'... LUMBER New Automatic Orient
pitched for the Midgets ,i i Pitt Baxter of Jackson\Ul spent Rev. Earl Willis Truby raulhi* "'"".Y. Plaintiff
until relieved by his brother Hayden the weekend at home. ster Tom Stewart and f'lnhOl-1 H Hasklna Mr. Mr. an j Mrs. H. A. Coleman of Green PHONE 211.J
Martin pitched II I were visiting \otl'**> To tppfnrTo
ARANTEED for the Rotary.The I Gainesville\ were visiting here last Fanlkner In the Lake City Hospital -I tnc: Young people of the Com- I Monday. SunclaT Irirlnla I 1 *
/ munlty Church had a special pro. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker and I Phillip Ward and Miss Barbara I, suit\'nu. for are Plvnrfn hereby has untitled lttn"1 n ST4t U KE, FLA.
PLEASE! gram l last Sunday evening. The I children were guests of Mr. and Ruth Lamb were mArried In Lake a ga'lust ytiu I In thu ahoy. p. jrr I
InecJ ,: < : .: : .:' _
C..urt and and -
raun ymi ar "
speaker of the evening was Miss Mrs. E. M. Lewis of Pine Level Butler Saturday afternoon at 6:30.: ,<'iulrtl to ..rvo R npy of y .ur
Helen Deutsch. whose home.It
'S Canton, China. She was born In
/ China of missionary parents and
.4 has worked In China as a mission.
ary herself She was -interned by
4 the Japanese for two years and Houi f0

S spent centration Interestingly part camp.of of that her She time experiences spoke In a very con- bring oEJfilK

/ during and after the war.

Back in KoreaPfc. '

1 known military. as John duty Sammy In D. Korea has David returned after better re tc inafe in carl'

cuperating in a hospital in Japan. : qour/
'S. He expects to be back in the _
States on rotation in June. I -f -
His address l Is as follows: Pfc.
John D. David. RA1435299I Bat
,, tery A, 15th FA Bn., APO 248 ( ; 7i S -
# \ Unit 1, care PM, San Francisco
, I COST Calif. -<- /

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/ MAY251951 .

PACK Focn 1 --- -
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Mrs. E. S.
) 'II SCO(11(

Given Colorful Operetta First Grades i! How Would You lake To Have Your Hostess At Tea I Will Make Trip NEWS

I Mrs. E. S. Matthew was hostessat I I To See The local c.cently .- -
In! USO AuditoriumA Shelf Look Like This? Tea" last Friday electro 1M
; Pantry a "Vanishing All members of Cub Scout Pack ) ,
of the Methodist I I ers: Patrol l
gay and colorf I > 'r- "a .n i for the benefit TO are urged to meet at the USO Le-ie
I.tr .'
three parts was prt.J: : WSCS building fund. Building at 3 p. m. today (Friday) I Assistant, pu j tkbb,

USO auditorium TuJ.\ -' : Calling during the hours from ,where transportation will be avail- Mary Hendeir- g

Gladys; Mooty before a large and ajr; ; >' four to five-thirty were: Mrs. Janie able to attend the Scout Circus In Brandt; Flag Rear, ,1bt

Phone 33: audience. I Avery, Mrs. Vernon Rape Mr. F. the Gator Bawl in Jacksonville, Gentry and Marilyn I'ot Vitt

The first part T'-- Fa -. I H. Long, trs. W. F. Godwin, Mrs, Parents may attend If they wish ment: Elissa Sli>.'nnf lb t

",.. .. - -- - Circus". was presentei b'. FT I 4\ J. H. Fields, Miss Minnie Bessent, Scouts are aaked to bring a lunch Ine Andrews Hut l K'PJIOr&IIj,

2 Girls },[ Helen Mal :,' i 1.:" Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. Bertha :Johnson and All .
Womans Club Tea For Senior in ra. I I for themselves and money for a Fag) g
III, Junior 1
J grade with Mary Long j v; ::.: 'rBr Pearce, Mrs. E. L. Matthews and drink. This Saturday the

Is Outstanding Event Of Spring Season the part of Fairy Queen Cl wr I ; :, Mrs. Ruby Collins.Keystone Our new Packmaater, Harry sell-poppies for thean's LegiOll
were Ricky Thede. Robert Hall Auxiliary On
One of the outstanding teas of a bed of fern. Pouring punch during Johnny Lee, and Johnnie: Poll t. I I II Students Green, will be going with us on 2, the members will SalUnlJt,
Miss Annette this and we want all enrolled go V J
the first hour were trip t
the I ley Lake
the season was that given by I Miss :Madge: Middleton's firs as guests
JuniorVoman'. Club Thursday; Simpson and Miss Louise grade staged the second part c Make Phi Beta Kappa scouts to attend to show him Blackshear. of Mrs:,
during the second I what a good pack we have. Mr.
four Stern. Pouring
afternoon of hurt week from the program entitled 'In Mary The Troop
to six o'clock in the Club Houa hour were Mrs. H. H. Adams and Garden" Gayle Andrews was see' I 1of I Two members of the university Green 1s the son of Mr. and Mrs at 3:30 m m ?et,, each "
Florida class. Green and la studying to p. ? Sl Mark'l
Silcox. from
the BHS senior Mrs. Vernon graduating Nelson
ftN Honored guests were as Mary. Mary, while her maidens house on Church )
girls and their mothers. Dellghtfyl piano selections were were Argent Tomlinaon Glori- s e ?9Mi Keystone Heights were amoifg the be a minister at'the University Iri girl who woula Street, C e!
rendered' during the appointed Can. 17 new members initiated into the Gainesville tt *
Lovely arrangements of early Swanson. Marilyn Hernwall. member Is invlt
summer blossoms were used to hour by Mrs. A. J.: Thomas Jr Ward and Roberta Couch U .)f' F Chapter of' Phi Bets Kappa We are going to continue our aUII!

highlight points of Interest In the At Intervals during the tea Muss The third part. "W* are Ante! i h "4r, N4 at a private ceremony last pack meetings through the summer _. tan Brt Id" v:

Club House Garnita Hutto, accompanied by cans". with a strong, pair Ir' week. They were James B. Chessingttm and each one will be held in the tend should ge

Greeting the guests at the door Mrs. Thomas sang "Daybreak"by I theme was presented by the :first', and William C McCrary, I form of a picnic at the lake. The Green or Mn He, 5*

and Mrs. Grofe-Adamaon. "Loves old grade pupils of Mr Le ia R>b both graduating from tre first of these will be next Tuesday, 20 -W.
Miss Lillian Stump
were r t:5.A- COllf'ge'l
E. Leslie Bigga and in the recleving Sweet Song" by Molley, and "May !erta. This final part of th pr< Iof I Arts and Sciences :May d9, and boys planning to at- -Tomr. Deair: ,
The Good Lord Bless and Keep : climaxed with :
gram was a Fasf
Edwards Jr.,
line were Mrs. O. J. I ,-. r -- -
You" Meredith Wilson. Drill led : .
the :
by by Majorettes.Mrs
) Godwin, Mra. John A. f
t ola. Henry Among the invited guests were I :Mona Cano\'a, miut<- :!-. OUR OWN Blend
fgL Torode and Mra. Edward Burnsclub i J YOU CAN.IF YOU CAN !
I sponsor. As guests entered the I members of the SeniorVoman' tructor for the school l. assiste \

t club the guest room book they kept.were by asked Mra.to Lawrence sign I I Club.Assisting In serving their guesu18t the operetta.teachers in presenting th-. I The Bradford County Community Canning Plant Is now open (In 'I TEA !'- F''

J ; Dugger. this. delightful affair were :dire: The two beautiful tall baskets Tuesday and Thursdays of each week at It* li.. atlon on the Starke :

IS. G. Denmark, social chairman of white gladioli and pink carnations school grounds Mn. Ellis Thornton a "ujxrvising operation of the r

The beautifully appointed with re- ,!in charge of the tea. Mn. Al K that stood at each side of plant this year, and she wm be assisted by Mrs. Tyler Jones as soon i !/2- pkg. 1-lb. pkg. 4lb.
1 laid
freament table lute waa cloth over and centered Carlisle, table arrangements, Mr*. the stage were presented by Mr as her cafeteria duties end with the closing of school this week.V. II .
an Imported W. E. Dowllng, punch table Mrs.D. and Mrs. :Mike Kolndes whose son
with low crystal bowl holding R. Ferguson agriculture instructor at BHS statea that the 45c 89c
L. Nix, decorating committeeand Bill u a pupil in :Miss: Middletoa's
: varying shades of pink summer class. tanning plant U now ready for volume production with the additionof
Mr*. A. B. Baker, }ora. Robert I f f.
blooms. Flanking the centerpiece Green and Mrs. Eldon Hardy, kit- some new equipment. Including facilities for processing; with glass ,
I were crystal candelabras holding containers.
chen committee. Floor hostesses Methodist Men
burning pink tapers. Crystal com- were Miss Delia Rosenberg, Mrs. I There la no charge for use of the facilities of the plant, but anyone ( r9.

a ', potes held open face sandwiches, Carl Robert, Mrs T. C. HazenJr. Hear Supt Chapman desiring to use the equipment should notify Mrs. Thornton, Mrs. (K f- :.Customer8': '!

individual cake, decorated with ., Mrs. D. L. Nix Mrs. Al K. Chapman j.Jones, or Mr. Ferguson several days in advance. If there Is a sufrtdent "** ,..*.J:-:,: Corner
rose buds, and mints.The L. F. ,.
Carlisle, Miss Lillian Stump, Mr volume of work the plant will remain open additional day >>> J
table, overlaid with of the State Prison Farm, speak .4 ATL
punch Mrs. S. G. Denmark !
W. E. Dowlnig
each week. v '
1 ing to the Starke Methodist Men'sFellowship be good, food must be ;
hand crocheted cloth was centered' Mr*. J. R. Cbasteen Jr., and Monday evening May Cans may be obtained at a very reasonable price at the plant. fresh. -

with a crystal punch bowl, aet In Mra. Ned Yancey. 21, said that the best way to atop Bradford Countlana are urged not to let any food go to waste here For even the best of food I

crime la to -Kite prayer training to! 'this: spring. Everything possible should be canned for future use. I I loses flavor and quality -

j New BPW Officers New WSCS Officers the child between the age off '. I with age. .- .;,
Installed MondayAt Will Be Installed that prisons and 12.are Stressing at the beat the only fact I Mrs.V.. H. Edwards Don Ray Tilley 1 Here are the steps we
Woman's Club Sunday Mornings rescue missions Mr. Chapman suggested Will Present Honored At PartyDon take to insure the freshness
three things that the public of A&P: foods: Frehv Finn RipeTOMATOES .

c Mrs. Pansy Quigley, Presidentof I Newly elected officers of the could do to *stop crime at Its ,Music Pupils Ray TUley, who was cele- I We buy only the freshest 2St&

the Green Cove Springs Businessand Starke Methodist WSCS and the source: brating hb twenty-second birth food direct from farm or ctn. -
Win Edwards will ,
Professional Women' Club, Wealeyan Service Guild will be Installed I 1 The treatment of crime Impersonally Mrs. present day anniversary, was the Inspiration factory. We buy only for __ _
I .
ser! music pupils In a recital Friday -
was Installing officer Monday evening at the Sunday morning by the public. j for a party given by his current needs. .
27, It was :2 Honor In j night May 25 at 8 o'clock in Sweet and Tender Yellow!
! for the 1931-32: officers of worship service. May Leadership I mother Mrs. Robbie ShaUer Sat
We it
ship quickly to storeor
the local club. Mr. Lorraine Champion announced this week by the pas 3 Proper training of children i ]the Methodist education building urday evening.
O. Mitchell. between the of three and 12. The public ta cordially Invfled. warehouse. We keep it CORN 4 Ig &2 2and &
with Mr. Ruth Simmons tor :Rev. Thomas ages I Arrangements of early summer e. ears -
and Mra. Thelma Dlnklns, was In New officer. of the WSCS areas Mr. Chapman was Introduced by'; Those taking part are: Burge flowers were used to decorate the propertemp'erature ,

r' charge of a buffet supper for memo follows: Leslie Biggs newly elected president -; !Searing. Maxine Andrew., Nancy Sheller home. Games were played humidity conditions. -

President, Mrs. Titus Olson; I of the Men's Fellowship. Mr. !Bates, Franklyn Bitch, Kathryn during the evening and prizes were We price it as low as posFreak Crisp' IcebergLETTUCE ,

ceremony Vice-President Mrs E. L. Matthews Biggs. stated that the next meet-! .John, Jean Dugger, Pamela Law- awarded to Bill Tilley, Mrs Richard so that it will sell

' Outgoing officers Mrs Pauline ; Recording Secretary: )[ra.f f In* would be a supper meeting at 'ion, Carolyn Crews Frank Brown Ray and Paul Meng. :Bible! 21 Ige. heads 2
'D.: Ritch Green Barbara Bates
the home of
Promotion Secretary Carl John. j' ,
! Malone Miss J. C. Hobbs; on Kings- We
Torode, Mrs. Helen 'I !:Sandra Carmichael Betty JeanSchmitt Invited to help Don celebrate the guarantee everythingyou
Mrs. ley Lake with the
Mrs. L. D. Vining; Treasurer following committee -
Della Rosenberg, Mrs. Mildred In charge: Carl Johns How- ': : Shirley. Harley, James occasion were 25: of his friends buy at A&P: to be fresh
H. H. Adams; '
Sapp, Miss Madge Middleton and and flavorful. Please tell Fresh BatterBEANS,21bs.
ell I Lawaon, Patricia Lawson Janis
i of Missionary Educa Nasworthy, W. H. Nollman. and
Miss Pat Lambe, were seated at a tion Secretary and Service Mrs. H. C. Rltch.Sec. Guy B. Williams. Carr volley was Slumn 1 Mary Carol Bessent. David I if it isn't. Please write: 25tSunklst 2
with arrangementsof
table centered ..
1 Social Relation the chairman of the Kersey, Betty Williams Virginia (
and sweet of Christian supper com., CUSTOMER: RELATIONS .
rose bud., gardenias *
.( Cressler. Keith Red-
presentedeach and Local Church AetYIUU-Mrs'I mittee Monday night assisted byeBerry thorns Ann ( DEPT. -
A* Mrs. Quigley LTIMETOEr'ffl
pea Sr. S. Johns and Ovid Lewis i J. L. Anderson. i
officer with A&P Food Stores
of the Incoming .
Sec. of Spiritual Life Mra. J. I 11 ey. Terry Fetch, Johnnie Wall 7" --- 4 ? ,
of florwenIn 420 Lexington Ate..
their colors rainbow of gold corsage, red, pink, ,, H.-Rltch. llay.Dance Planned l Mary Julia Fetch CTayle Moore: ; New York 17, N. 1'. Co
green Sec. of Status of Women-Mr.. Maxine Jones David Browning, LEMONS large size 6 for 19ci t ti
blue and violet each officer took E. K. Ferryman.. I At St. Edward's Hall Mary Ann Wens, Ralph Futch. i ,
her in line and listened to
place Mrs. Del Jackie Harley and Ada Edwards Tlcssts
of Youth -
her duties aa given by Mra. Qulg Sec. A May dance U being given Saturday -

Icy Mrs. These Jur.e officers Brownlee are;; 1st President Vice, Colley.Sec. of' Children1 Work-Mrs. St.: Edward's evening Hall at by 8:30: members o'clock In Miss Carson Hostess t i i TUNA FISH FLAKES, Sultana, Flats 2&

president, Mrs. Bobby Mapel; 2nd J. R. Wainwright. and Publication I the Catholic Pariah. The public It \t Buffet Dinner I
of Literature
i Vlce-Presldent! Mrs. Thelma Dink I Sec.-Mrs.. L. D. Green I invited to attend. For U of F Faculty t 4 45c
ins; Recording Secretary, Mrs. R. S. Croadsell of Keystone RICE Sultant Fancy Short Grain 3 lbs .
eec of Supply Work-MissAmy
Melba Partin; Corresponding Secretary -; I Heights will serve aa master of Saturday afternoon and evening ,
Miss Madge Mlddleton and Coburn.
I cermonles for several special e- Miss Cleva J. Carson of Keystone
Treasurer, Mr.. Maryon Arnold. 1 Chairman of Publicity :Mrs. vents. Square dancing, called by J. eights wall hostess at a buffet 2&

Miss Pat Lambe presented the W. C. Halle. ''P. Pollard, will be enjoyed, along Inner[ for present and former SWEET PICKLES Pickle Patch Crispy 12 oz. -

. outgoing president, Mrs. Torode, New officers of the Wesleyan- with ballroom dancing. Prizes, donated acuity members of the University i -

with a Pant President's pin with Service Guild are aa follows: by local merchants, will be of, Florida, and guests. Those com- i

j guard from the members, and Mrs. President, Mrs. M. W. Cressler: given as door' prizes and best dancing I ng from a distance were Dr. J. 6cQYOlilyfo
Asst. Flav.
Torode expressed her appreciationto Vice-President. Mrs. C. S. Partln. ,. awards. D. Copeland. President Robinson':* o UA.AI TOADhMAIIK w GELATIN DESSERT Sparkle, ea. -

the club for their cooperation Recording Sec.-Mra P. L. Mr*. Peggy/ Shatter, chairman 'lu :luainesa College Spartenburg here's the ticket to iwaee of ,

during her two years as president. Bridges. charge has assisting her Mrs H.> C. and Mrs. Copeland and Betty mind: adequate lnxiiran. We'll I Iona Brand, Red Ripe Full Park

Following the Installation servIce Promotional Sec. -Mrs. Nelson Loyree Hartman, In charge of tick. Cue Copeland and Mrs. Helen help you work out a program 11t t
ets, Mrs. Paul Meng. refreshments, that will give complete In- -- TOMATOES No. 1 can .
several Items of business were Green. Treasurer-Mlas Oleta Lynch, Dean of Women, St. you --, ,
I Louis Dean, music. Others assisting viranrn protection. Qf course, moos, .
transacted and plans were dls- Green Sec. of Missionary Educa 'etersburg.; II. "O/U"GI., lUlftft
first ; in arrangements are ).fr.. Og- there In no olillicatlon.GENERflLIWURONCE. I 'nil Tall C'ansMILK
cussed for the aid
course lion and Service-Mrs. Eva Blair. Other guests were Dr. A. R
which the group plans to take Sec. of Christian Social Relationsand den Bates, Mrs. Louis Dean art) Mead Sean of Instruction. Athens '- ,..'gh," White House, 2 for 27c
Mrs. Paul Kelcher.Training 'l
soon Mrs. Torode was' elected to Local Church Activities-Mrs. Alabama, and Mrs. Mead. Dr kvl's

serve with the local committee C. H. Nasworthy': Sec.of Spiritual and Mrs J W Norman Dr. and j 4 FLOUR lona 5 Ibs. 31c

who Is to choose the outstanding Life-Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Sec. of Day Held .[ra. J. Hooper Wise, Mr. and Mr*. ,

citizen of the community for this Status of Women- -MUa Audrey For WSCS Officers W. L. Goette. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ann l'ageSALAD' .

,I year. The local dub has been asked Newman Chairman of Publicity Sohannon, Mrs. M. W, Boutelle "' ft COUIV*MINT, i -32e

I to serve refreshments at St.Mark's Miss Ruby Green Membership 'lias' Lillian, Maguire, :Miss Ruther "' DRESSING, pts.
: A Training Day for the new officers W T'T.W>NJE 2*, ,
Center on June 14th when '
Chairman--Mrs. Claude Johna. Re- of the Methodist WSCS was Peeler, Miss Charlotte Dunn Mrs -
members of the Spastic Children's creation and Leisure- Time Chairman Sue Shelton Mr. Jimmie Carter
held on Tuesday May 19, in the I -2*
Committee from seven counties -Mlsa Madge Whlgham. Coordinator educational building under the Ir. and Mrs. George Hack, and BUTTER, 8 oz.

meet here -Mrs. T. G. Mitchell. .eaderai.ip of Mrs C. D. Williams Louise: Hack. Super Right Quality .

A gift was presented to Mrs. I I of Tampa; Florida Conference Secretary Movies were taken during the / ILC Ann I'ttfie PureGRAPE

Quigley In appreciation for her R. E. Morris Home of Literature and Publications afternoon and guests enjoyed f! E Cooked JELLY, 12 oz. 21*
the FL': _
lovely Installation service. of the WSCS. A luncheonwas oatlng on lake. STARKE .

Scene Of PartyIn served by the ladies of the PICNIC Ib. 47c Ann Taw PureSALAD

Mrs. J. A. Christmas GainesvilleMr. WSCS. The officer of the Lawtey Pupils' Of Miss Stern Fri., Sat. May 25. 26 : MUSTARD !
I Society attended the Training Day.

Hostess At PartyMrs. and Mrs. R. E. :Morris! of The Jut business meeting of the Will Be Presentedn DOUBLE FEATURE : 'Allgood Sliced RIndle

Gainesville hosts to a number conference held [ Recital TuesdayThe Meal 5 Ibs. 4&4
:J. A. Christmas entertained were present year was BACON lb. 49csunnyn..I. Daily Dog
members of the Immediate famIly of friends and relatives last Monday afternoon May 21, Mrs FLYINGVILD\ i ; ,
weekat Saturday evening, the occasion beIng \v. G. Halle led the opening worship Progressive Series Puptlrf
of last
a Thursday surprise evening birthday hon. the birthday anniversaries ofMrs. service and the program on :Miss Louise Stem will be pre. Leo Oorepy, Bobby Jordan .' BEAN FRESH

party Morris, her brother, Ernie the theme, "Be Strong In the Batted In recital Tuesday evening, _
her .
orlng husband who was celebrating lb. 59c
his 28th anniversary. Norman of Gainesville and her Lord" was directed by Mrs. E. L. \lay 29, at 8 o'clock In the USO BACON, COFFEEEIGHT

sister, Mrs. R. C. Thomas of Valaraiao. Matthews assisted by Mrs. H. H auditorium. parents and friend PassWith
Lovely bouquets early summer -
Qf > Adam. Mra. A Wood, and Mrs of the students, as well as the Smoked LB. 7J,
cut flowers were used to Other present at this :J. C. Hobba. Plans were made at general!, public, are cordially Invited Dim Holt O'CLOCK -
guests BACON lb. 55c
decorate .the Christmas home on LB.79c
Walnut street for the'occasion.. happy occasion were M. Sgt. R. C the business meeting for the reorganization to attend. Plus Serial and Cartoon RED CIRCLE -

Thomas and children of' Valparaiso of the society into Students who will appear on the LB'81c
Tempting refreshments were served > BOKAR ,
Mrs. Maggie Norman and grand morning, afternoon, and evening program are Franklin Starling I Herman' Super! Grade -
the evening Including;
oil pink and green embossed birth., daughter. Joan of Starke Mr. and circles for a few years. The Mary Lou Edwards, Mary AnnL.oog Sun., Mon., Tues.!' WEINERS lb. 57c CRESCENT CITY LB.59c

day cake. Mrs. C. W. Wilkinson and daughter project of obtaining chancel furni Jimmy Lawson, Glenda May: 27, 28, 29 With Chicory
Mr, and Mrs Wallla White ture for the new church wall adop Starling: Frances Landrum, Alice -=::
affair with the
Christmase'a Enjoying the were Mr. and Mrs. W. and son, Mra. Marie Rowland and ted. '. I Sue Johnson, Barbara Sue Biggs / \ Copeland All PorkSAUSAGE FAB 3l(
Wyoming -
Mra. Estelle Prior, all of Gaines j Barbara Ann Tompkins, Mary .
H. Agner and family. :Mr. and Mrs.J. .\ lb. 65c
vile Mrs. Andrews ElectedTo Cathrlne Wainwright, Bob Smith. PALMOLIVE Soap bath size2hS
: ''A. Hardwick, Mr and Mrs. C. Mary Agnes Matthews, Bill Green Stephen McNalley, Alexis: Smith
T. 'McCrary and Curtis McCrary.
Graduation ExercisesAt State Office :Iht! Ann Smith, George Patten Two Color Cartoon Si New. Quick FroitenOCEAN
]Betty Jo Carol Ann !
Stern Home Scene' KindergartenMrs. Mrs. W. L Andrews had the ]Mckett. Elolae Starling Dobbs," Lu Green PERCH, lb. 29c CASHMERE Bouquet Sgag; -

honor of being elected State At. I Hilda Conner, Mary Rivera Stub- Wed., Thur. May 30, 31 ,
Of Morning PartyMiss Martha Smith's kindergarten tendant at the State Convention of 1 bins Jacquelin Parker, T.J. Alder D:>l'nLE FE.%Tt.'RE I Quick FrozenSCOLLOPS OCTAGON TOILET SOAP ];

Stern assisted by I claaa will have Its graduation the Woodman Circle held In Jacksonville I man, Mary Sue Epperson, Linda
Louise at 18, 19. It U quite an The MAN lb. 89c E;
her mother Mrs. W. A..Stern. entertained exercise Monday evening May Johns, Ann Johns, Nancy DuPre on AJAX CLEANSER -

at a Coca-Cola party 8 o'clock at the USO auditorium.The honor for any Grove to -have Its a ,'Patty Lawson Lex" Green, Jr., and EIFFLE TOWER l 31c
State officer elected from ,
Wednesday morning from 10:30: to pre-primary group, gownedIn lllese Lawson. RINSO -
membership a* there are only 12 l I" -
11:30 o'clock honoring the mothersof white cape and gowns will pre- Florida. Ch Lawton, Kramhot Ton FRYERS lb. 49c

Miss Stern' piano puplla. sent a musical program and poem Beta Sigma Phi i AND I SILVERDUST -
arrangement of ahastadaisies I recitation preceding the presentation Those attending the
Lovely from here, besides Mrs. Andrews Phil
and rose were used to dec. of diplomas. Members of' the Beta Sigma Flying with Music I ,
llvtngroom for The class Includes: navldl HalnesDavid were Mrs. Mae Green, Mrs. Irene I will hold the next ,
Stern's sorority regular
orate the John, Mrs. E. :J. Dowling, :Jr. "', A&P FOOD STORES
Shepherd Marjorie >Odmft. Geo GitvtAlso
affair. Ingram Charles meeting at the home of :Mrs. C. L.I
the Edwards Mrs. P. S. Crews, Mrs Paul Raymond : I {
made by the group Tommy Andrews. Gayle Currie :Monday evening May 28 at New
were Mrs. Green's sestet FLORID
Plans ,
Clifford, Bar STARKE
*o> the 'serving of refreshmentsolluwing recital ,, Carol bara Johns Searing, Freeman Carol Register' III from Tampa. Five juniors from 8 I o'clock. Hostess :will be Mrs.: ,.I 300 EAST CALL ST.
Stern' piano
$ Miss the State Farm also attended. Eugene Long.
Tuesday evening.fns and Sally Ann Epperson.

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COU'r HOMEMAKER'S GUIDE TO BEEF Mr ai.d Mrs W H, Graham and Stark were dinner guests of !Mr I: i''1 ''i'hill hum. i ii. I.. I r>"ndlllil, I in I\ inMio I 'I d',II. ,(
CUTivfcKT \ family moved lo thur Hiimmi and Mr W Conner rec'nt1y. I .'1-1 Nu, .4 .* '
N.lire ')'.. ti|>...., 1'J'I, .,. ..,
home I""'I h Kiogslev Lake last Friday Renumber Uio services at PIn>- T 1'.. I I.. ..idnlph! I lii. ... in I I.. ss Ii--. r :,,,1I" \ ,
-p The Graham had as their Level Church Sunday. Sunday > '' ".10.I. .. .ui.l.. .mlilii. .,. i,. .i.in., I r: I lih II"" I I I's' I I- I Ist
. sin." i. s, Yurk ,. .. ,.
st ilu N.-'t York t- "''Si. 1 II.1 '' "
T"",, '' (r3 !Sunday MHstK. Mr and Mrs. O. J. School 10 amServices at 11 a.m ion .urn ln-i.liv, nu,. 1(1-ui I hat u \.1( ". S I. I I..s, ,,,I I If
'. ? ,. McGrlfl Jr Mrs. J. H. Gill Mr. Young Peoples meeting 6 pm nil fin. Dlvonn ,and I u. it nid of (nilnoi I S ,'-,41611'

I, ''.,. IN THE: NEWS ? qt.dt.p tp and Mr Jack GUI snd childrenof Evening services 8 pm. Everyone chllillih In I Hi.' iiboVK him bMi'll nunivrt tiled ivmii. mtlllnnt. iiiitl. CHUHIlinil You>

hbin .; .J' 1I Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. D. welcome. M''ti HI,re. riMiulrpd,t I In ...MK topvof -. -- .. .. -
9 Muir -- --- -- -- --
t : A. Monteith of Eustls ami Henry I I. niiHupr' :or plradlnK i : : to tholoiiiplHiiii -- -
i S .... l>n (Hie rlalntlffii Attorne -
ieee '" WI' > mini-mt ,'.
irtcier of Fort: Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Mrs Adkinson of Umatilla. .-...rl.h. limtnmil .. I u
Yn rb( 'i t1 ,irrived home I I W. B. Seweir accompanied Mrs 5q j: tlrn .... ,"r the Cleik,hrlglu.nl..f. I Ihe' Clr.ult In thuuffli. Graduates
t Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent totrnhunril loin I mi or. bi'foi., thi- Situ. day of
seven day'sL 1 1 Charley E. Johns to Tallahassee u. I.In. llnllriinil ('om- Juut, .'. I'i'ii' Miheruie u ,. .
i Ih .
( last .illi'itntlona -
Friday and Saturday In Jacksonville pun,. \i rfolk.' % ImlnlMtil
and I Mrs. of -.iil.l ..
Mr. Wednesday. and fonipliilnt' will b
) j on business and Other Intvrraim I'nrllr.iNnttit' 'ii!It..n UK IIHiri.HHFll.
visiting. \h '
IfJ.' and friends Mrs. Sewell returned to Starke the l I. htuphy. irlvett that the Thla "...II.-.. hnll :\l h.toil.. Gasp -
; friends.Mr. 1 Floililn. ', ItS I I I'ftd anil "'"blll, l puhllnheil 1
I on.o 'h
week .
Ie ellt to Europe withy I next day while Mrs. Johns. will III' .'.."""I..I..n, will il lKnal 1'11-1 II I lye wiiekx for four i.nm. II-
I I In the
occupation. remain with her husband In Talla- +*" ''G KxmnlntM! t itf until .' .. &. !Ti'tegrnph.: I llnidfi.r.l i-ounn hen
Oj tT- "-' Rnd Mrs. M. C. Ford Sr. of holil', ami said Kxumlllor,, will r with pleasure they
fc rwwvSSter ; l'Htfl this
i Xnt'ft
hassee until the end of the session k dtiv "I'I.: > I II t
111' > Jacksonville Mrs. M it |iul>lli' hcarlnir at 11:30: A.M. ((OI.-I.-K-I' 5. Thoo.alt receive n new Iteming1
/ were visiting (4Ii,4" tl A. .r,
and June 2. Johns la ..lay, June, 4. 1U5I In the W....hnld'i, .
Markleyann visit.
t q. N S. C. .Ford Jr. and children, on Sun 'Club, lIull..I"I..hUIl..I ... : I >. lerh "' tP.. fli.ini! L-Miiri ton Portable Typewriteron
: WJS | Haven ..
Sot her aunt Mrs. Huldah JCT S Cronby. l> puu i-lerk
Ing Mor '
ijrhllla were ? day. ixxKf.r. M), :SLat: -IC II Graduation 1 1mdiA1
f Mr, and Mrs. Jav gen. In .Jacksonville during heiparents' t$ f, I.. ('in the application or the K..a- v 5'tr. 41D'II(14 i: I:, Day.
a g tTl 1.t.il Air t I l.lno itallnmil I ('inn- 'I'u
absence. I'I'I.t 1\1I
' Ert\\ : ria,. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent I'II fly fur nutlmrltjr I tn rnlurothw !" ( '*.It C..t. llra.lf.iril County. v) I
t''I'.n'I'| of oporatlnn of Klorl.lai. In CItcurleo hn.iferr.
Wrs Sunday In Branford with Rev., and mixed irnlnN, Nni. 101 unit. lot .Inn..'.. "I'lilhllirf., .
f' T ins and Mrs. Darby Peek'and Jim Yonce Mrs. E. R., Bowers. |lIetW.n Hlailin and 11"11. Klorldii. Jiimi'H Jonea. r>i.f"n"liiiil' \ fl-hr I ,
> in Jacksonlll who are employed with the Florl .' by ot-ratlntf nald tralnaonlv <"U', N'I IRJtWAdi
I. Ia LVj on til inIas. \\ ,t1nuHilaynnnil ,....I-, Tn '|iirnrl G
'da Power aud Light Co. in Lake ? Sue Duncan of Gainesville spent Pililava lnnti'ail of on a To' Kolii.n .Iu, n., .1,..?. 'd! .
: City spent the weekend at the un-keiid with her cousin lallv I O X..I't| Hunilay lasip. ,lealili-nie. I.nit.' llildii .- |. .' ",'' n, 'uu ,
At alil II"" anil i>lii' nil Inti'f- AMMIII.,, .. ,
< ? Hi.-in Hri.nx. \ ,
n v ik
\\ he proud Darby's home here. Rose Duncan. (*HIM| will I I ln ,Iv.n .
; :' ,0 Margaret 1'.1'11. > An upItottunifv 4 "" iii" '" r"1" 1.tifi( ul I 110"I .
( ,"lH. Bring u* jour JL h- I I to, bo fully I heardVITNnss xiilt fr nivi.i." ,. nnd. uhi..iU, ,.. ?' ( :
\ I IKK hum) of I lh<- 'Kxiutli. niiln.l of mini i .1(11,1| )hll' ,
and print. b.n I 1,1 I"I I
"1"1,11111"| ( John F. Chappclle of Jacksonville aageaM 1* Mi.-s Lucille Mitchell spent from < I M"orntnrv of t he KlorlitaItnllniiil .ajrnlnHti, 1 "u in HIP ah.'v.. nun, ,, .1 l
jl I rnuto and Jewelry. a pilot for National AirLines __ WediieiclHy lo Sunday of last week I iiiul, riihll> ninths., C.HIIuilixliiii Conn" n 1101( citiiN,. mul \ ..."I ,IU I'.. I'
,, Illln ITIh ililof :?\.Iat'. I'lM'!. nulrpd ,., ,
I in a"rve a ",1'" ,,f v,,,,,I0
: was the Saturday night with Mrs J, C Livingston In ""lIIn.. (" Hmnlv. I.. "".,'r or ploa.tlnir( i In (I I-... I ii ut
,A right family guest of the Hans Walkers. Tampa. F1x..ullv. !8c! rrlnr' 1 ".n the, PlnlnlirfH Aul.ru'l'Tnio', '.
0 thtUr summer -/ai 0'. th.b (Sm. I) I It 1"nlr"l1I, "Hinrki.' .. Kli.rlila' and. 1 fit.

.- Lake. :Mrs. W. A. ,Stern and daughter tItle 1'1! 'III tll1011In i!icii-rk Ioilifliial! of" 'he in cii" the>nni IC"Vi-,<..?e..fi of... t lh"....

Louise Stern were in Jacksonville. I rlrrnlt I...,.re. iIrnI font ('.......r. iuenra the. 15th tbtynf; June.' :
PINE LEVEL I r'thcrwluu' """ nIlegsti.n'
of GalnesL Tuesday. rii.rlilni' I. rhmirrrr.Hinlov "'"j'p"i':1
ht J< nrs ""I11I'I..lnl I .
I 'III h.
; Ar l.>n "Ciilmi-r. I'liilnllff, v.. as
S. L. Peek Sr. .. lly :Mm. II. M.: M.Uae\ 0'I ratI....",Ie i Palmer i 1) >finilrtMtCum. r"T i I.y yn, .
Later Friends of A. W. Anderson Sr p.-'.. \ a::% N.. IHiifli ( I lM II',l"ice "hull tm nuhll-h
., Mrs. George will be happy to hear he is very I \ .iI.p '1'1..itinrtTn once,. onoH w.,,u fop r"uII, ronni..ii..
Lla w1_, dnlnftotzsirittrnTeInn iiv %werliff in the ,
Sunday. We : OrHno I l.uulNn Pjilnirt I ttIiNeresI.l.nie liruilfonl County
much Improved after being con had a large attendance at I. HI I l.llliiiln T..I.rn.h.n"" .
fined to bed the past three weeks imnrcni: i&)t rio Pine Level Baptist church Sunday)! bany 5. New York. AVP. ti. ,... thl., aqr., dg "t M"y. 1051 REMINGTONpoiiabh
Ian, son, Orvll, and The above chart shows Mm. Housewife the name and shape of the with 203 In School. Toil u. hvrvliv nntlriiil. (Mint n (OFI"IL'f.14J" .\t.) A. .r.. 1'hnms.
Sunday milt for f"""..-.. unit,' ot, Ii.'l.. ,ri'llof .'"rl5. "' '". r'reult' Court" .
,iren. of Ruskin were Mrs. G. P.: Wadsworth of Hampton standard cuts of beef made to be sold at reUll from the wholesale,)| Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Gordon him ..,..n flied. nirnlnM }...m In thxI ny "" C'rnaby. Deputy Clerk typewriter

LI t, of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. L Anderson and cuts In the center of the chart Each of these beef cuts Is subject to1 and brother William Gordon moved -I' nliiive naniml,. (I-IMIII, .n.1 l .."..... unit. ___ 6/U| 41 011&
yiiu are r"'I"I.t
Mrs. Robert Turner of Starke I dollars and cents price ceilings at the retail meat shop. The retailer 1 to this section from Starke and your. iinnvser or plfnillnir to' urvi I ti>a.n'I lh'.. <.nm-.r IvUr: r.'lr"'."',.,.""'"I i.....,.. a' n-riiin."

Walker ;were spent last week motoring tc has been provided with the dollars and cents ceiling prices for the have an apartment together vlth plwllil Al I I 1. on l4'hnelI'r.the I IMiilnlirr'H ill l.vtuli Atlornov HulMInir I -, I''>I llrndrnnl./ C'.,,4. lr..Mlt.,? SIISoIuuI.1 .h.In......SAul..,... Cue
Hans :I ,
Washington D. C. ciid Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Robert We .; : '
1 Myrlck. .liir-kKi.nvllls. ,
KlnrlcVi unrt file ?
pricing zone In which the meat la mild Customers can auk to see .
and Mrs. : '
of Mr. "f"1,7i'i.Jl'l.n \I..rkhAn.
Ga. welcome them here. iirlvlnnl I In I Ih uffli. .nf the ( !
in In Gainesville these prices. Lower beef prices will be effective on August 1, and another riork of I ho flri'iilt "''''11'1 <>n or i fen.lnt.'i', ""'"rut :M ii rk f'lnlnllrr'l
> Those of this section who attended iM-fure (the ZOIIi day nf Jim*. 1081' : 1 i : aid hiflhff. drt-the
Joning. Mrs. T. C. Chastain and Mrs. W reduction will be effective on October 1 Hat. 1".11., 11..1 lens in to gr
otherwIse l nil nllit% ll 1I.khlln.
inK iif Mali'
the McRae family reunionat ht H'wul1 ,,, ,,
Fl' ,, for smooth
.., .. '' t'it. A"II" ) finest portable made I
L. Andrews visited their sister in rnmpliilnt wilt br 'taken a. mr. ,, ,'In 1'1111'1..1' "1u94, '
I ;
West Beach last weekend Miss Edna Noegcl was the Mr. nail Mrs. Wllmer J. Parkerof Dade Memorial Park last Sun. oil l l 10" you.Thlp forn.. Siu" 'F1'an..I.'n. 1'.If. clenn. fast typing. Come in and try

rice i of Qulncy spent palm weekend guest of Miss Joyce Underwood Fayetteville N. C. were week. day were the H. M. MiRaes Mr. notIce Kliull li.. piiMlnliKilnnr ... I Youi ar," !hereby nntil.l its elclu.ive f...iure Carrying case
ith her parents. Mr, Mrs. J. L. Chancey returned rvlth vni'h work fur fi.ur .n..II.I" !! I there Stas lupen that:
liam Norris.I them to spend four or five weeks. daughter of Rev. ant! end guests of Mr. and Mrs. fiuy and Mrs. A. R. McRae and son lv" s.oIij, .. In the| llrn.lfiiril, CnunlvTi'lnirrHMh I .7'un tht-l.han In flied uha "hv'11'1'iinrgapI, ('ort,' included.
Mr. and Mrs. Sue and n'
Mrs. Cecil Underwood of Palatka. Sale. The Parkers lived here during Myrick r-ut4 ltruilf.u.uI' 'u't'nuv "I"rh'' .
Mrs. B. E. Bennett of MariannaIs Ihln t'nA ilnv of Slur lull "III .r her
returned in Starke this week to be with Miss Noegel and Miss Underwoodwere Blundlng days.A. daughter Benny McRae Mr. an'* .Il'5'I'l/.t.. SKAI.l I A. .f. Tlinmiii.rii.ik .. IlInl u Iii,( n ru"ilululInt'tier I'h..h,...loot, you. ,. Stud with Tab 89.50
Gahagan of Ilio I.mv.", rnr ,
flrcult Court Ia
Mrs. M. J. McRae and Mrs. Sue I o .llvn,",'.. .5 \
from Savannah Ga. her'daughter.. Mrs. Cecil Sewell classmates at TFI Toccoa. of : fH"v: '1I frunhy." T>i.niiv Picric" I II. rrnnl v..... ant'IIIC'I'f.oIA'I'IIIMUSIJ.: .
jtnt ten days with herlily who Is 111. Ga. While In Palatka Miss Nocge': L. Brown of Richmond Va'. Myrick Lake Geneva. Those 1125 4t filth' fliniuls,, n.m, ,, tr :\I'Hanr"l resiuraI.n' fit her without 82.50
from Starke Mr. and Mrs I. ..
was heard In a special musical Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. PaulBrldg..s I '
the Emmett Ga. P. L. Bridges Mr. and Mrs. Bar M>'''U'M TO t '1'.1111: hum'I
iett drove his mother Mrs. Grace Ritch resumed her program on Mr. Underwood', and other relatives. I In ..Irmlt. ('...,... Ilrn.lforil Ciiuntr.wniiH .. 'I
MC'Rae Terms Desired
and and Mr. and If
duties in School Board office radio broadcast over the Palatka ney family 1..1.1 in .'hanr.ry. lu..:. ; :.i : ', 91u1tirulnv,
2 ling to Savannah the the station. Mrs. Jesse Newsome. Mrs. Shel- Mrs. Russell ]McRae and family. I I'll"V..IM.. r'Iiiunirr vllufun 111111, uu,1: Ihuu$ you. shell I
this week after being out for soml i Visitors of Mrs. H. H. Lewis It. Wo.nl", llrrmilHnrI'nio or lIuoru.ttpr' "n fir I.etr. tha. I tlh SEE Them TODAY!
iI lie Hall Miss Sharon Hall and Mist S481 l li .Iuuiy 10ftl. ""ry..
"a copy nt .,,.
time following an appendectomy. I ilCfeflflea. yi "
Monday were Mrs. Ophelia Moore %; H| T 'ppenrt snv nIl IIIIn".1V.,
Mrs. T. C. Chastain Mrs. W. L Evelyn Newsome spent SaturdayIn fIction .
[Mrs. E. K. Perryman I To: lltifiiH It. Vt'ooiln, whose ..1. Attorney '"r (ho
and Mrs. E. P. Gassett and plulnf(
daugh. I'
Jacksonville.P. deuce. (I Th., 01 ( BRADFORD
and Mrs. J. L. Chanceywere I ITnknown. tUIflefivIll.' FI..rh'
and his mother .
and pleasure visit. Knight an.1 .
ters of Starke. Yon are hereby notlfli l thltf nirillt lflufllC4Ie1y' thereafter. rll_ tIn,
Ga. from Thursdayhey Mrs. D. E. Knight. returned home shopping in Jacksonville Mrs. Robert Myrlck and Mrs for nivorri.1 hnn linen. flied n'lloTlnnl'n In unv office, ("Inn failupre County TelegraphS
2 Monday and also visited relative P. Woods Is spending a sixweek's nirnlniit. you In the Ahnvn nHinnilf'ourt i iilfluil. With, .1111. .r the elunve, .
Mopped by New. Monday from Jacksonville BeacH B. M. McRae Mrs .... \ a floero" Pro ("'u.flfu'.. .
were visiting nnil "" nnil von fire r''' ; will I h. .
In Ga.
t enroute to visit Mrs. where they spent several days. In St. Vincent's hospital. I vacation Savannah Sue Myrick at Lake Geneva Fri Oiilri.i1 to .4.rv. n r"i"y ..r vonrlnnnwop 1'1 .nln.1.. y..u 0..nrdung. 10 lew." .. ..- -. ..
And and Rldgel nd. S. C. or nliMullnir, to lh.'. ..'n'I..lnlon 1 I Wlln.( n')' he",,4 PIII,, sel. nt vur --- -- -- -
Mrs. Fan Hall.
: (th. rialnllff'it$ Attorney I ili'h I .
Miss Caudle Hazen of Dallas, Friends of Mrs. G. W. Brown day.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Groover of H Piiuirliio' 6I1ft. nT Lynch. nllll"ln".1"
will be happy to hear she returned Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bridges, A. ,JilrltHonvllli, Flortrla. An.' '
Be Bessent was host- Texas is visiting her parents Mr. Brooker were dinner guests of the orIginal I In the orflnn of his Clerk' '! Family OUIofTo
M. J. for
2% I home Sunday from St. Vincent's L. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Vacation?
nasta Club Tuesday ] and Mrs. Jack Hazen. B. M. McRaeH' Sunday. nf i hi. Clri-ult ronrt on or hi for" j
I -capital: where she has been confined McRae attended a family reunionIn the tilth div of 1im.. 1911.I : .other ,
for the three weeks. Bushnell Sunday. Mrs. Sue Myrick spent the week. wind' the .nlli'KHl..n( of unlcl, (I'ooi Make Your Summer Headquarters
Mrs. G. A. Anderson and Mrs: past end with the H. M. McRaea other I nlHlnt will !>. taken nN rnnfofi.i'il I Iby

Redgrave returned W. J. Epperson Sr. were In Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Barney volt. .. J at theGUIDON
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon and Cpl. Richard Barber of Camp Le- guests This .nntlfK nhnll l> |lui1llu'lupul, ,
Jlay after ten days Sunday visiting Mr. and Egger and son, of Jacksonville Mr fine" .",'h week for four ronn.'''''-
sons Wayne and Larry of Jack. jeune N. C. vlsted his uncle and tlv.. wiii-if In thn Iiimlfiiiil, ('oIflt,
2 (St. Vincent's hospital. Mrs. Harold McKinney and family. sonville were weekend guests of I aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Mrs. E. C. Sapp and sons and I 1'..'"",.."h. 1 I GRILL I
I Mrs. T. N. Norman and son all ol ,IHKKrt Ihln '4lh day of Mnv 1 1451.l
Mr. and Mrs. .R. A. Colson. over the weekend. (OPFIOIAI. SKA 1.1 A. .r. Thi'nin, .
III Hellbronn Springs. rinrk" of in* rin-iilt I Ti.nrtRy RAT .ST TIlE II K: S Tlto.T

AREZ'! STORE'Ien'; !! 1894 | | | Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dnn.iby and I Confined In St. Luke's observation hospital: i j1 bronn Mr. and Springs.Mrs. Tony Gomales: are Ilnven rrniihy" ni'n": n r'l' dlir rWn'Jii F (\ : TIlE REST

32'c where they arc under
| Olin
children. spent the weekend In BOc LUNCH RON IS STILI/TJIE
and treatment are' Dr. W. B l''attending I the Revival iheetlng .at :'\0''''' lien "'P!': UI HEST FOOD
. Castings fishing and visiting I I.I ..... .. .
Bothi1 Plant City this week. (.1. fnurt, llrinirnnl Ou ty' IIUY IN AMERICA !,
Parks and J. F. Klckliter. Fli.rlilxi' In <'hanirrr.Marlii .

RS --- NOTICE! I: =1 ': friends. I I t expected.are getting along as well as can be I I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner of ; : Kllxnlinh orb "., 1'lulnlirf, > I .1

Miss Carolyn Edwards Miss Fat I
-- - -
Sicg Vernon Underhill and Outsle !
WILL DUST YOUR CORN McGee were at Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green had a* I I
We Are Our
Sunday. their guests last week Mrs. Green'falster a Anniversary :

Mrs. H. L. Speer of Pahokee ,
& nishing 25 IBs. Poison the
to acre, and her mother Mrs. Y. A. Harris ,
Mrs. Richard Fowler has accept. I

IIIEAP AS ed a position with the Florida Improvement of Gainesville. '! JUST ARRIVED I BRAND NEW -

2.75 Del acre Commission at Camp r 1
& landing Mrs. Fowler was for. I Mrs. A, Z. Adkins Sr. returned
merly In Dr. Hayes' office. Saturday from a ten-day (

\/hare( all types of dust Visit with her son-in-law and I I

Mrs. Collins and Miss Ul- daughter. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. PopeJr. ( _
in Mrs ; CONSOLE
and family Norfolk Va.
1;( GUARANTEED. COVERAGE lan Stump spent the weekend in Adkins her I
Tampa attending the Fashion Showat was accompanied by
Mrs. Fred of -
FLYING the Hiltsboro and Floridan daughter Guy ATTI-JEPRICEOF

-., Conway-Libby Hotels. Gainesville

- :'. See Lacy Conway at Hut Statlori Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards are Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght

.. spending the latter part of the of Hollywood spent the weekend''
or L. libby at Temple Garage '
.. .'... .. week in Tampa on biwlness. with Mrs. Wainwrlght's parents
, PHONE 147-J Mr. and_ Mrs. A. F. Sauls.

; Mrs. F. 'F. Stump returned I $ 95

home Saturday from Amhurst Va. Mrs. Mae Edwards and Mrs. W i iNvm

where she attended a family reunion B. Dowling spent a few days thi

and also visited friend and week with Mr. and Mrs. E. T : S I _

tI tIt relatives for ten days. 1 King In .,.Jacksonville. Mrs. Edwafi : i iI

; \ was released fr<,*n Rlver ldi. I jI _
Mrs. E. O. Causey of Palatka 1 roapltariast Friday. '

. Dedicated To Community Service and Mrs. Jack Tlllotson and children .::-'
1 "Mo\les Are Better Than Ever"lay of Jacksonville were luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Gary Meads 01 I i ,- I
of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. DaviS *,
guests Jacksonville were Sunday guests u '
: PRICEExclusive ;
26 ONLY Tues., Wed. May 2ft. 30 Saturday of last week."Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. SaulH. .

. \E FEATURE : Italanrvd 'Itcani Picture I
249' ,- t-:4 E. M. Rooks of Gainesvilleand Steve Simmons attended th.ruggIst'a I "Plus Electronic Huilt-In Aerial

daughter Mrs. Paul Hunt ); Convention In Orlandt 1 ________

AUTRY,. .. aye, and Paul Jr. of Jacksonville were from Sunday to Wednesday. ______________ I i --.5- Don't Settle for Lot!
C- ,
guests of Mrs. \'J. O. iTalIc Wed I (

9ci nesday of last week. Among those to attend the Elk- Hf.ltK: IF IS Clue m...' ."",",U..al t.I'vlalvnaI....

S State Conventions In Daytona Ij1 : I of tin-, year frotn ..hU,..., uorlil't largest TV and radioiiiitniifitrtiiivr.

his thrilling K.. O Duncan was In Tallahaswe!! Beach from Sunday to Tuesday II IMnk. / of It. .. liixiirlouit. (,-:..{.IIKK.V
spectacle of over the weekend on business.Mr. will be 'Mr. and _ fI1III1 C : : .
J Mrs.
> I : Robert CuiIeulft. | }v*>. .'I'IIA'IIJF.lah"J: : / nF \enrvruliinrt

_______ i\ tits West's most and Mrs. James Lewis and Green Phil Vltsky Mr. and Inman Mrs.Green J. D. Doyli-all of, I i I now j nirT TIIK: PRICK (1*' A TIILEIODf.Lf' : :

AN !) exciting run! Sll-I _ :: .:':
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon !
children Stark and Mr. and Mrs. E. MBrlnson lia ,\n'i l Mllh tile M-n>ailoiial prlri-, you get Phllro'* PX.ixlve I

__ cox and son David and Mrs. D. of Hugh. ___ a S fi .. / nialancfil. Ih'am 1.1..I..rSU( IH.fK! No HMK.AHI: j I I
I SI. L. Silcox visited the Stephen I f lIaU..1 I IlilfVlHloii
3'.t S nfryuh II ho truest picture ever' Mn on any
.w. 4P4. Foster :Memorial on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Whlfler and
II 5.0 e ,I-r'ent! riu..
% rlrriilt.
uiMr.Miwer| new luxury
I three fclldren of Neptune Bea h ; ;; :: fiC ;, j
I., s Mrs. Wilma Dock tadpr ha her' spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs I'a e u' S I :::::: :::: f.'atures. ami fainouK I'hilio Flirt ronlc Itullt-In Aerial

1. WAYNr her father Ben Welsh and I Carl Mathews. ft II Rju t..n that n..IIH""rlll\.1I other* hy at much an 3 to I. I

a guests Mrs. Donald Stuart of, ':: :1 : : : !! Uli'! -;_.. On every count. lt'" the greatest taliic. cv.In a Tmurloin : -
sister I
: :.:- .:
ANN S p C ; niiMT-iiallly III** ,SCItRRN TV ...
'lI Elmira N. Y. who flew In Sundayfor I Friends of Mrs. A. E. McKlnm-y | .n.I.l -. IJon't fielnyj -

1.sDRIUEZ IJVORAK a two weeks' visit.' .will I regret to hear that she Is beI I S C :: : i-I tw among (hue first. to ep U at NASmOKTirV'S.

lIng confined to bed for three :weeks Tra I jjj .4.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of :I
half FUME OFBARBflRY Lake Butler were Friday luncheon II I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson had Liberal Trade-In Allowance I

- Cartoon Rosier I I as their Sunday dinner guests -
of the N. B.
Gentry" Serial guests 'Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dowling and

-May 27,28 Miss Anlce Green of Jackson- EASY TERMS; FREE "
- *"*" l TAHLE MODEL; VALUED AT $99.9.S .>
JOHFH SOfllDKMUTMI viBe spent the weekend with her i Mrs. R. B. Trask has returnedto I
\ DOOR 'I'RIZB JUNE: 1:00 P. M.
> t WUUM nuwuv VWOINU OilY *.t parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd her horn in Lakeland after a I 2. : ,
I Green. weeks visit with her mother |

-,-, W. H. Perkins and sister M"I Luxurious Full-Size Genuine '

Mrs Emma Lee Thcls of Jacksonville B. Searing. 1
'SEIT Also News and "Double 'ham-r" visited Mrs. K. O. Duncan Mahogany Veneer Cabinet

1' Mr. and Mrs. W. I.. Turner of C. H. NASWORTHY
Cartoon .
on Sunday. Thft re.ilon of master ilr lfniT| anil aril-nn
New Smyrna Beach were weekend I I
r :\raolf'.1. Afrk-an :Mahogany; venrent with
LOR Thur., Fri. May 31. June 1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald F McRaeare guests of Mr. and Mrs.: T. H. Mc- distinctive Mahotaoy-flnNh Instrument panel. It's

"SANTAFE" moving Into their new home ort Nelll. ]I lInt.rt. ......lrrn. ...-.I.n rrflert. I'hllro' unmaUhfil General I Supplies I
Ier LiO with Randolph Scott B Call street of(new the week.Blandln Mr. and Mrs. Williams Scruggs and Mrs I j quality and exrliwl fealurmi that assure ntmootdrprnilaMllty I,
way) Leslie Blgg attendedthe Beta I / '. sal, moment. Ye. ., the frrtft of 19R 232 E. Call St.
idend 8l'LLaport.!! James Drew who are ocCupY I'hone Starke Fla.
AIiw "THAT'S Mrs.
t Phi State Convention at th- iK6'TSETTIEFORIZSS.! I
Sauls apartments Sigma all TV urn;
u,4 Tim J "TeadM-ni P..e." Cartoon and j I ng one of the A. into P the Sirnae Baltimore Hotel in Palm B. oJ'' -- __ ___ _ __ '_ _.__ __ __

________ Slut "Camera Sleuth" Novelty will move last weekend. -' I
home on Clark tr-

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F .. ''Il.tI; PAGE FOCn_ BRADFORD COUNTY/ TELKGK.tPH, STARKE, FLnRm.\ _ _ ________________________ ,J.'RIJ\\, Uh.

! ',. 11'U -__ -:-: :-; ;::-:::-:-:-:::: ;:: -.--- I' -., ii: ;; -.II......",,
", Colorful Operetta 1 E. S. Matthews Cub Scout Pack GIRL
Your Ii SCOUj
How Would You Like To Have
Given by First Gradesn Hostess At TeaMrs. Will Make Trip NEWSThe

USO AuditoriumA E. S. Matthew was hostess I To See Circus local GI
Shelf r
Look Like This?
; in Pantry at A "Vanishing Tea" last Friday All member of Cub Scout Pack cently elected 'I 1'rt.,'
and colorful I
gay operetta for the benefit of the Methodist I ers: Patrol ITo.'r'
Us11le, !
three parts was presented In th 70 are urged to meet at the USO '

usa auditorium Tuesday nvenlng iik !Jl l' i = WSCS Calling buildingfund.during the. hours from I Building at 3 p. m. today (Friday) Mary Assistant Henduno, pat n, -h""Rf I St<"; '
Gladys MootyPhone where transportation will be avail.
before a large and appreclatlv four to five-thirty were: Mrs. Janie Brandt '*!>
35;) able to attend the Scout Circus in ; Flag R
Avery, Mrs. Vernon Rape Mra. F. Gentry and Maniv"ment v
.. ., ..1 first part, "The Fairies'Circus" H. Long, Mrs. W. F. Godwin, Mrs.J. the Gator Bawl in Jacksonville. : Eliaaa ('011 t
I Parent attend if they wish. Stf-tn''II
was presented by puplli: may
H. Fields, Miss Minnie Bessent, Ine &n4
: Junior Womans Club Tea For Senior GirlsIs In Mrs. Helen Malone's first Scout are asked to bring a lunch 1
I Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Mrs. Bertha Johnson and All, pa.TO
for themselves and for a
with money
grade playingthe
Mary Long I )
Outstanding Event Of Spring SeasonOne Pearce, Mrs. E. L. Matthews and This Saturday
part of Fairy Queen. Clowns drink. the '
j Mrs. Ruby Collins.Keystone sell- poppies
were Ricky Thcda, Robert Hall for the
Our new Harry Ltg1011I
of tile outstanding teas o:f a bed of fern. Pouring punch durIng an' Auxiliary.
Lee, and Johnne! Pollet.MI811 I I On
. Johnny Green, will be going with us on Salu ,
th the first hour were Miss Ann 2, the
the season was that given by Junior Woman's Club Thuradaj, ette Simpson and Miss Louise. Madge Mlddleton's firs"grade this trip and we want all enrolled ley Lake as win go to t I
staged the second part o' Make scouts to attend to show him gue ft of MI1
I Phi Beta
afternoon of last week trom foUl r Stern Pouring during the secom KappaTwo Blackahear. :,
to'six o'clock in the Club House. hour were Mrs. H. H. Aduma an I the program entitled "In Mary'rGarden" what a good pack we have. Mr. The ,
Mrs. Vernon Silcox. Gayle Andrews was seen members of the 'Universityof Green is the son of Mr. and Mrs Troop meets each '>,
Honored the BHS senior
guest were a* Mary, Mary, while her maidens Florida graduating class from Nelson Green and Is studying to at 3:30: p. m. al, ,:, I
girls and their mothers. Delightful", piano selections were. I house ;.
were Argent Tomllnson, Gloria Keystone Heights were amorfg the be a minister at the University in on Church strati I
Lovely arrangements of early P rendered during the appointe* Swanson, Marilyn Hernwall, Caro" 17 new members initiated. into the Gainesville.We girl who would 'I,?,,. u, : I
S summer blossoms" were used to I hour by Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr, Ward, ahd Roberta Couch. U of F Chapter of Phi Beta Kap. 1 member Is Invli d i IiIc-
highllgl t points of interest In the At Intervals during the tea Mis The third part's are Americana" at are going to continue our 'ff1 Jlent!
pa a private ceremony last Biy I
Club House. Qarnita Hutto, accompanied b>: with pack meetings through the summer ,
a strongly patriotic week. James "
They were B. Ches- .
S. and each one will be held in the tend should
Greeting the guests at the door Mrs. Thomas sang "Daybreak1by theme, was presented by the first slngton and 1 William C. McCrary.both I pet 1[' tr
Grofe-AdarrtHon, "Loves old form of a picnic at the lake. The Green or Mrs HI
were Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. grade pupils of Mrs. Leola Rob. S
graduating from tre College I first of these will be next Tuesday, 20 .W. :
S E. Leslie Biggs and In the recievlng Sweet Song" by Molley, and "May erts. This final part of the pro
The Good Lord Bless and Keep of Arts and Sciences. May ..29. and boys planning to at- -Tomi .
line were Mrs. O. J. Edwards, Jr., gram was climaxed with a Flag DOUR 11 ,,",
You" by Meredith Wilson. Drill led by the Majorettes -
Mrs. Henry Godwin, Mrs. John A. - -
S Teredo and Mrs. Edward Burns Among the invited guests were Mrs. Mona Canova, music In.

club sponsor. As guests entered the members of the Senior Woman's structor for the school, assisted YOU CAN.IF YOU CAN : OWN Blend .
'l's' club room they /were asked to sign the teachers in -presenting- th \4
.i the guest book kept by Mrs. Law Assisting In serving their guest operetta. The Bradford County Community Canning Plant i Is now open on I TEA SIb. $*

4 rend* Bugger.p 'at this delightful affair were MrsS. The two beautiful tall baskets Tuesday and Thursdays of each week at Its location on the Stark. '

The beautifully appointed re- G. Denmark, social chairman, of white gladioli and pink rarnn school grounds. Mrs. Ellis Thornton Is supervisingoperation of the '
In charge of the tea, Mrs. Al K tlons that stood at each side of plant this and she 1-lb. .
tresment table was over laid with I year will be assisted by Mrs. Tyler Jones as soon / pkg. pkg.
Carlisle, table arrangementMrs.. the stage were presented by Mr. ,,, .. .
"aa her cafeteria .
an imported lace cloth and center duties end with the closing of school this week. S -4- .4- ,. S.
and Mrs.
W. E. Bowling, punch table, Mrs. Mike Kolndes whose son
ed with low crystal bowl holding D. L. Nix decorating committee Bill i is a pupil In Miss Mlddleton' V. R. Ferguson, agriculture instructor!, at BHS, states that the 45c 89c

4 varying shades of pink summerS and Mrs. A. B. Baker, Mrs. Robert cla. canning plant Is now ready for volume production with the addition .,

. S.. blooms. Flanking the centerpiece Green and Mrs. Eldon Hardy, kitchen i of some new equipment, Including facilities for processing with glass
were crystal candelabras holding
committee. Floor hostesseswere Methodist Men containers
burning pink tapers. Crystal compote
Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs. There Is no charge for use of the ,
S held open face sandwiches, Hear facilities of the plant, but any .5
S j individual cakes, decorated with Carl Robert., Mrs. T. C. HazenJr. Supt Chapman one desiring to use the equipment should notify Mrs. Thornton, Mrs. -o:: Customers' '' '

rose buds, and mints. ., Mrs. D. L. Nix, Mrs. Al K. Superintendent L. F. Jones, or Mr. Ferguson several days in advance. It there is a sufficient : ,.' Corner \ S / -
Carlisle, Mia Lillian Stump, Mrs Chapman '
The punch table overlaid with of the State Prison Farm, speak. volume of work, the'plant will remain open additional day* ;>
W. E. Dowlnlg, Mrs. S. G. Den '
: hand crocheted cloth was centered mark Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, Jr., and Ing to the Starke Methodist Men' *. To be good, food must be ,4 ':
Fellowship Monday evening. May Cans may be obtained at a very reasonable price at the plant. S
with a crystal punch bowl, set in Mra. Ned Yancey. fresh. -
: 21, said that the best way to atop; Bradford Countlana are urged not to let any food go to waste here

I crime la to give proper training to this spring. Everything possible should be canned for future use. For even the best of food I : .
III New BPW Officers New WSCS Officers the child between the ages of I loses flavor and quality \\ 4:.

li Installed Monday Will Be Installed that three prisons and 12.are Stressing at the best the only fact Mrs. W. H. Edwards i5on Ray Tilley *with Here age.are the steps we S "b a", ..

, _1 :At Woman's Club Sunday Morning rescue missions, Mr Chapman suggested Will Present Honored At PartyDon take to insure the freshness

"4 three things that the pub- of A&P foods: Fresh-- Finn, RipeTOMATOES
Mrs. Presidentof officers of the lie could do to Music Pupils .
Pansy Qulgley, Newly elected stop crime at its
Ray Tilley, 'who was celebrating I We buy only the freshest
; of the Green Cove Springs Business Starhe Methodist WSCS and the source: hlh
and Professional Women's Club, Wesleyan Service Guild will be Installed 1 'The treatment of crime Impersonally Mrs. Will Edwards will presenther anniversary twenty-second, was the bIrthday food direct, from farm or ctn. .. 25tSwet 2 ;
was installing officer Monday evening at the Sunday morning by the public. music pupils in a recital,.Fri. for a party given by his factory. We buy only for _ _ _ _ _
27 it 2 Honor day night May 23 at 8 o'clock In current needs. .
for the 1931-52 offIcers of worship service, May was In Leadership mother, Mrs. Robbie Shaller, Sat and Tender Yellow
the local club. Mrs. Lorraine Cham. announced this week by the pastor 3 Proper training of children the Methodist education building: urday evening. Weshipitquickly to store

pion with Mrs. Ruth Simmons. Rev. Thomas Q. Mitchell between the ages of three and 12. The public Is cordially Invfted. I or warehouse.: We keep it

w and Mrs. Thelma Dinkins, was In New officers of the WSCS are Mr. Chapman was introduced by Those taking part are: Burge: flowers Arrangements were used of to early decorate summer the under proper temperatureand CORN, 4 Ige. ears 25c 2

l' charge of a buffet supper for memo as follows: Leslie Biggs, newly elected president Searing. Maxine Andrew., Nancy Shaller humidity conditions. _
home. Games .
t4 bera before the impressive cere. President, Mrs. Titus Olson; of tile Men' Fellowship.' Mr. Bates, Franklyn Rltch, Kathryn were played
S i Johns Jean Pamela Law. during the evening and prizes were We price it as low as posFn'sh Crisp IcebergLETTUCE ,
mony. VIce-President ,MrI. E. 1.. Matthews Biggs stated that the next meet- Bugger! ,
awarded to Bill Tilley, Mrs. Rich sible so that it will sellquickly.
Inw son, Carolyn Crews, Frank BrownD.
Outgoing officers, Mrs. Pauline ; Recording Secretary, Mrs. would be a supper meeting at
ard and Paul
I the Ritch Green, Barbara Bates Ray Meng. 21 heads 21Fro 2
; Torode Mra. Helen Malone, Miss J. C. Hobbs: Promotion Secretary, homeof, Carl Johns on Kings- gee -
Sandra Carmichael Jean Invited to help Don celebrate the We ,
Delia Rosenberg, Mra. Mildred Mra. L. D. Vining; Treasurer, Mrs. ley Lake with the following committee Betty guarantee everything;
In Schmitt. Shirley Harley. James occasion were 23 of his friends. you buy at A&P to be fresh .
Sapp, Miss Madge Middleton and H. H. Adams; chferge- : Carl Johns.. How. -- -
Miss Pat Lambe, were seated at a]I Secretary of Missionary Education ell Naaworthy. H. Nollman, and LAwson, Patricia: Lawson, Janis and flavorful. Please tell us h BatterBEANS .

table centered with arrangements! and Service, Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Guy B. Williams. Carr Colley was Blumn, Mary Carol Besxent David If it isn't Please write:

of rose bud, gardenias and sweet Sec. of Christian Social Relation the chairman of the supper committee Kelley, Betty Williams Virginia EWiiF.Ni'TIMETO 2 Ibs. 2StSunkixt. &
peas. As Mr. Quigley presented I and Local Church Activities-Mrs.J. Monday night assisted by Thomas, Ann Cressler, Keith Reddish Arl CUSTOMER RELATIONS (

j ,I each of the Incoming officers with :, 1... Anderson, Sr. Berry 9. Johns and Ovid Lewis. I ', Julia Lawson, Wendell Kelley [ DEPT. S _. 5-
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their rainbow corsage of flora-era Sec. of Spiritual Llf -Mrs. J. 'I Terry Futch, Johnnie Wall, ;- A&P Food Stores ,4 ..
Mary Julia Futch, GMyle Moore 420 Lexington", Aye., T7 ,
II In colors of gold, red, pink H. Ritch. May Dance Planned
green New York 17N. Y.
blue and violet, each officer took Sec. of Status l>t WomenMrs.E. Maxine Jones David Browning,
LEMONS size 6 f for 19c
her place in line and listened to K. Perryman. At St. Edward's HallA Mary Ann Wells, Ralph Futch, large (
Del Jackie Harley and Ada Edwards
See of Youth Work-MrI.
her duties as given by Mr*. Qulg
dance Is :
I May being given Saturday
ley. These officers are President, Colley. of Children' Work-Mrs. evening at 8:30: o'clockun Miss Carson HostessAt TUNA
Mrs. June Brownlee; lit Vice. Sec. FISH FLAKES Sultana Flats 2&
St. Edward's Hall by members of -
President, Mrs. Bobby Mapel; 2nd J. R. Wainwright. Buffet Dinner ,
the Catholic
Vice-Prealdent. Mrs. Thelma Dink- Sec. of Literature and Publication Parish. The public I If S

, '<;t 1'' |Iins Melba retary: ,Recording Partln Miss Madge; Corresponding Secretary Mlddleton, ,Mrs.Sec-and Amy Sec.-Mrs.Coburn.of L.Supply D. Green.\\'ork-Miss S invited Heights. S.to will attend.R. Croadsell serve. as of master Keystone of For Saturday U of afternoon F Faculty and evening RICE Sultant, Fancy Short Grain, 3 lbs --4St&

cermonles for several
special e- Miss Cleva J. Carson of
I Keystone
Treasurer Mrs. Mra.
Maryon Arnold. Chairman of Publicity
vents. Square dancing, called by J. Heights was hostess at a buffet
I Miss Pat Lambe presented the W. G. Halle. P. Pollard will be enjoyed, along SWEET
dinner for present and former PICKLES Pickle Patch Crispy 12 -a
I outgoing president, Mra. Torode, New officer of the Wesleyan' with ballroom dancing. Prizes, do. acuity members of the Universityof oz.

I with a Past President's pin with Service Guild are as follows: nated by local merchants, will be Florida, and guests. Those comIng -

I guard from the members. and Mrs. President, Mrs. M. W. Cressler; given aa door prizes and best dancing from a distance were Dr. J.

Torode expressed her appreciation Vice-President, Mra. C. S. Fartln. awards: D. Copeland, President Robinson: a LOCAL IMAOLMAHMh |M. GELATIN DESSERT Sparkle Asst. Flav. &
I to the club for their cooperation Recording Sec.-Mrs P. L. Mrs. Peggy Sheller, chairman 'In 3uaines% College, Spartenburg n..re' the ",'k.-t to pre of ea. -

I during her two years as president. Bridges. charge, has "assisting her Mrs S. C. and Mrs. Copeland and Betty mind I axli-qimte .,'''''ran..... We'll .

S Following the installation serv- Promotional Sec. -Mrs. Nelson Loyree Hartman, In charge of tickets Sue Copeland and Mrs. Helen help you work out a program loan Brand, Red Ripe Full Park

t I Ice several item of business were Green Treasurer-Miss Oleta Mrs. Paul Meng, refreshments, Lynch, Dean of Women, St. that will give you complete in- S QUOlitY.FoltI TOMATOES It t

transacted and plans were dls- Green; Sec. of Missionary Education Louis Dean, music., Others assisting Petersburg.Other vuranrn protection. Of ('OUr008.thf'rc.I. I' ou., VO/u..c. ; No. 1 can -
cussed for the first In arrangement are Mrs Ogden .. I
aid courseS and Service-Mrs.: Eva Blair. guest were Dr. A. R no utilisation.STARKE u ''nll Tall CansMILK"
which Bates, Mr. Louis Dean an'dMrs. ; o._
the group plans to take, Sec. of Christian Social Relation MewS, l5ean of Instruction Athens pe'-Rgh" b '
soon. Mrs. Torode w5s'selected to Paul Kelcher.Training White House 2 for -
and Local church ActivitiesMrs.C. Alabama, and Mrs. Mead. Dr. t ,
serve with the local committeewho H. NaHWorthy": Sec.of Spiritual and Mrs. J. W. Norman, Dr. and i ... -

i Is to choose the outstanding Life-Mrs.\. W. B. Sewell. Sec. of :Day Held Mrs. J. Hooper Wise, Mr. and Mrs. FLOUR, lona, 5 Ibs. 37c

citizen of the community for this Status of Women-Miss Audrey For WSCS OfficersA W. L. Goette Mr. and Mrs. J. :
i year. The local club has been asked Newman. Chairman of Publicity-- Johannon, Mrs. M. W. Boutelle. Ann PageSALAD'

,i Mark's to\ serve refreshment at St. Miss Ruby Green. Membership Training Day for the new of. Miss Lillian.Maguire, Miss Ruther DRESSING pts. 32c

members Center on June 14th when Chairman-Mrs. Claude Johns. Recreation ficer of the Methodist WSCS wa Peeler, Mia Charlotte Dunn Mrs
of the Spastic Children's and Leisure- Time Chair. Sue Shelton, Mr. Jimmie Carter. Ann
) Committee held on Tuesday, May 15.: In the ,
f from seven counties man-.!Miss Madge Whigham. Coordinator educational building! under the Mr. and Mrs. George Hack. and!
meet here.A Mrs. T. G. Mitchell. leadership of Mrs. C. D. Williams Louise Hack. I : Super Right Quality BUTTER, 8 oz. !

gift .was presented to Mra. of Tampa, Florida Conference Sec. Movies were taken during the Ann I'aice PureGRAPE

Quigley In appreciation for her R. E. Morris Home retary of Literature and Publications afternoon and guests enjoyed f! ........,... K [ : Cooked 2*
lovely Installation service. of the WSCS. A luncheon : boating on the lake. JELLY, 12 oz. -

Scene Of Party was served by the ladies of the -

Mrs. J. A. Christmas In GainesvilleMr. WSCS, The officers of the Lawtey Pupils' Of Miss Stern Fri. Sat. I PICNIC Ib.; 47c .Ann ra te PureSALAD
May 25; 26
Society attended the Training Day. MUSTARD !
Hostess At PartyMrs. Will Be PresentedIn I -
and Mrs. R. E. :Morris: of The last business meeting of the DOUBLE FEATURE Allgood Sliced RInd,. -

J. A. Christina entertained Gainesville were hosts to a number present conference year was held Recital Tuesday
and relatives last FLYINGVILD I BACON lb.. '49c DailyDog-Meal,51bs.-4&
members of the immediate famIly of friends Monday afternoon, May 21. Mrs \ ,
Thursday evening of last week Saturday evening, the occasion be 'v. G. Halle led the opening warship : The Progressive Series Pupilr

at a surprise birthday party honoring ing the birthday anniversaries of service and the program on 'of Miss Louise Stern will be pre. Leo (lofrcvy, Bobby Jordan I SunnyfleM

I her husband who was celebrating Mr*. Morris. her brother, Ernie the theme "Be Strong in the uited In recital Tuesday evening, AND. BEAN FRESH
his 28th anniversary. Norman of Gainesville; and her Lord" was directed by Mrs. E. L. May 29. at 8 o'clock in the USO BACON, lb. 59c

Lovely bouquets of. early sum later, Mrs. R. C. Thomas of Valparaiso Matthew, assisted by Mrs. H. H- .auditorium. parent! and friends Dynamite Pas COFFEEEIGHT

Adams Mrs. A. Wood and !Mrr_ of the students, aa well as the Smoked J
mer cut flowers were used to '
decorate the Christmas home on Other guests present at this J. C. Hobbs. Flan were made at general' public, are cordially Invited With Pirn Holt BACON lb. O'CLOCK '- LB.7c

Walnut street for the occasion. happy occasion were M. Sgt. R. C the business meeting: for the reorganization -i to attend. Plus Serial and Cartoon 55c RED 7*

Tempting refreshment were served Thomas and children of Valparaiso of the society Into : Students.who will appear on theprogram I CIRCLE LB.

I during the evening. Including Mrs. Maggie Norman and granddaughter morning afternoon, and evening : are Franklin Starling Sun. I Herman's Super Grade BOKAR ., LB. 8le
'a pink and green embossed birth- Joan of Starke, Mr. and circle for a few years. The 'Mary Lou Edwards. Mary Ann Mon., Tues. WEINERS lb.

day cake. Mr*. C. W. Wilkinson and daugh. ''I project of obtaining chancel furniture Long. Jimmy Lawson. Glenda Slay 27. 28, 29 57c CRESCENT CITY LB.59c

Enjoying the affair with the ter, Mr. and Mr*. Wall White for the new church was adop- '. Starling Frances Landrum, Alice I With Chicory -

Chrlatmase's were Mr. and Mrs. W. and son, Mra. Marie Rowland and ted. '*> ''I.Sue Johnson Barbara Sue Biggs I Wyoming MailStephen ('ope'lan.111 ForkSAUSAGE

H. Agner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr.. Estelle Prior all of Gaines Barbara Ann Tompkins Mary P"v\B 31c
yule Mrs. Andrews ElectedTo Kathrln Wainwright, Bob Smith, lb. 65c
J. A. Hardwick Mr. and Mrs. C PALMO'UVE s'oap'bathCASHMERE
T 'Mccrary and Curtis McCrary. Mary Agnes Matthew, Bill Green Mc.Valley, Alevl' Smith siz

.Graduation ExercisesAt State Office Sht Ann Smith, George Patttn Two Color Cartoon &: New* Quirk FrozenOCEAN Bath SIze

Betty Jo Stalling-: Carol Ann
Stern Home Scene' Kindergarten Mr. W. L. Andrew had the Mckett, Elols!: Dobbs Lu Green PERCH, lb. 29c Bouquet Soap !4c
honor of being elected State Attendant Wed.. Thur. May 30, 31 ..,
I Of Morning PartyMiss Hilda Conner, Mary Rivers Stub- ==
Mr. Martha Smith's kindergarten at the State Convention of bins, Jacquelin Parker T.J. Alder Dornu: FEATURE Quick FrozenSCOLLOPS i OCTAGON SOAP1
class will have its graduation the Woodman Circle held in Jacksonville iI TOILET
Louise Stern assisted by man. Mary Sue Epperson. Lindaohna The
at 18, 19. It U quite an MAN on I
her mother, Mrs. W. A..Stern entertained exercise Monday evening May Ann Johns, Nancy DuPre lb. 89c
8 o'clock at the USO auditorium.The honor for any Grove to hav* a I, A-JAX CLEANSER -
at a Coca-Cola party Patty Lawson Green., Jr.. and EIFFLE TOWER .
elected from It
officer *
Wednesday morning from 10:30: to pre-prImary group, gownedIn State All se Lawson. I 31:
11:30 o'clock honoring the mothersof whit cap and gown will present membership as there are only 12 In ('h_ Lawton Franrhot Ton FRYERS Ib.49c RINSO T __

Miss Stern's piano pupiU. a musical program and poem Florida. Beta Sigma Phi AND ,

Lovely arrangements of shasta recitation preceding the presentation Those attending the convention I I.i I. SILVERDUST -

daisies and roses were used to decorate of diploma from here, besides Mr. Andrew. Member of the Beta Sigma Phi Flying with Music I I .

the Stern's llvlngroom forth : The class Includes: IJavld Halnes. were Mrs. Mae Green Mr. IrenJohns. sorority will hold the next regular I I i
Mra. E. J. Dowllng. Jr. i Woodruff, Geo Glvot
affair. Charles Shepherd of Mrs. C.
i David Ingram. meeting at the home 1..1 STARKEA&P FOOD STORES
Mra. Paul Raymond -
Mrs. P. B. Crews,
plan were made by the group Tommy Andrew GayU Edwards. Green's sister Currle Monday evening. May 28 I I Alto Neu :
and Mrs.
tot the serving of refreshments i Carol Searing, Carol Clifford. Barbara from Tampa. Five junior from 8 o'clock Hostess "will, be Mr*. EAST CALL ST. PLORlD.\
following Mis Stern'* piano recital Johns. Freeman Register, -J--- I.
also attended. Eugene Long.
the State Farm
Tuesday evening. and Sally Ann Epp ron. 1p





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HOMEMAKER'S Mr ai i Mrs W H. Graham. and) Stark were dinner guests of Mr I h I Ian.'I'| i ndiinl, I I n ,Il I I 1,1" .i
GUIDE TO BEEF CUT l-i. N? 'I I ,* )1", 5I,
to thiirumm Mr
i i and W C Conner recently \i.ll,.|. '1'o %|.fi .nrt \ ,
home on Kmgnlev Lake last Friday Re ID i'mber the services at Pine 'l 1'.. I I1.: inliilth,, | .1 I iin. ,, i M" l b>, \\ h..... I"I
The Urahama had their Level Church 'I' Mdi, ,."" .ini,, add'l ... I. '1,111, Jo: inii I It11" < i i I.. i i], ," ,b Ik"
as Sunday. Sunday
.". aIIN1, !. New York City New York. S.tmiH, 1 \V ., t u' n
M / eas I a ha r Sunday guests, Mr and Mrs. G. J. School ip a.m.. Services at 11 a.m., You are hcroliy notified. that A A""tn. > .?... 1'1". In'ler, {
McGriff Jr. hire J. H. Gill Mr. Young Peoples'' meeting 6 p.in cult for involve .and, awed. of nil0orehlldrrn :i. '; U CI, '.

NEWS + Aw.r tale 1/i.I A..d L'nuw1 V and Mrs Jack Gill and childrenof Evening services 8 pm. Everyone Hi 'h."h.hits..".. I Ijven nunipil riled,'..url aicnlntt and. OAU you"*
FIN THE Aww pR1..1 i ._ ____ .
| y'1 1 } Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs D. welcome. and > ii are rl'gulrrd' I to servo\ A copy n .-- -- -----
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TpAt 111' annner or ulvaitinir to tholuiiipliiliii
------- -- A Y' A. Monteith of Eustia and ,
- - 4I Henry I ' 1. on Ike I'lAlniirfi. Aitor-
I Adkinson of Umatllla.Mr. hat'KI'n'U' aaal-1111 ni'v.I. ,.Allk t.andrumStark....
Fort Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Mrs \ Kl.irl.ln llnllnmd Mad 1'uhU I tlllltf .1..1'1.' and. I rate the orlirlnnl) In theiiffli
of Graduates
Ih ;h.Jer I 1 1 itl i > 1 inimlanlon1o of' the fiord of tho Clreult"
? home W. B. Sewell accompanied Mrs swa. Aq awi. 1 yM'MS I''>urt on or I hifi.i-e the
L ..braved I rr : and :Mrs.: L. A. Davis spent HrnlMiiinl .%lr line It alt rant Cumliitny 2Hth day of
Juno, IIM oihorwiHo,
seven day'sIS Charley E. Johns to TallahtutHee last Friday and Saturday in Jacksonville ,...,..Ik. tlritliilnill Of' ,| the alexnIlunn -
nd 1 NHl fl.l''|1'1| | will be
LM-lrl .
p tsyt .
and Wednesday Mrs. Demurest and lather ln r il takon ,
Mr. n itnfexHoil
l. on business and vlalt1ttgfriends. hy you
pareuts. Noihf l IH hurthy given that the Thl* IO'I; .': hall:; Gaspwith
GrIder. and friends Mrs. Sewell returned to Starke the r h a...wU Klinlilii ItallriMul and, I'ubjle, oni-o oa.-h wok for fourMH.hiiiuhllnhort' ,,'... ?
with next day while Mrs. Johns will Ilea rutmiilKHlim' will .1..11<.... t"III'1 tlvo weokx 'In |the Itllldford.
!WIt 10 Europe xumlntr: of miUI. "" ..., i'tin( rti|>n. I'ount.x. pleasure when they
of Occupation. remain with her husband in Tallahassee i a sa 1 t hr lwY r -4--R S rat tskAe Mr. and :Mrs. M. C. Ford Sr. of hold and' Haiti Kxumlnrr will '.wed! t1/x/ lard 1nv nf, May 10M11
until the end of the session f'wsdlraa Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. M. a puttlle hi'nrlnir' Ml :9:30: A.M hOd'l: (IlKfU'lAI" .MKAt.l: A. J.'h". ",,... receive a new a Jtemlnjrlon. -
ilav.. Juno 4. IV5t, 'lit In** Wi Clerk I
11Y J jf s. Dankel and June 2. Markleyann Johns Is Visit: C. Ford Jr. and children on Sunday I'luh '''.,,1011"Ia'h"... ,,'''.rlol. Pry llavon Cr of..Nliv.the "Cliriill hop,"Ia I'niirl Clerk Portable Typewriter

Sat ing her aunt, Mrs. Huldah Morgan Inn ".::1' M. :iX1lltHin al2M1' on Graduation nay.
p'hyrhllls were 41 "I I I11'1'1 I.;
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.. ( i the "VI.llr..II"i of ttto eaiMifitd -
of Mr and Mrs. J .Jacksonville during hei .la r 'r + h' ha.rV I Air !.lno Kallrtmtt Cum. I > / H '1'" 11-l'K. '
parents' absence. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent lacy fur ...ilUnrll'I.; ri du.<.. In r-lrrHlt. C.."H. II',,"f..r" -intr.. tI\AI:
I the frHiit iu'y of ..".", IIn" nf Kli.rl.ln In hMnrrry.. All
Sunday In Branford with Rev.. and I mixed. trhrtwe.n nls NIIN 101 .and 1fl2 ]l..Htrlce .l' and Mri. \V.I" Darby Peek and Jim Yonce Mrs E. R. Bowers. ) !Slink anal Itch, Florltla. .,..""." J......... TicriMiitniit :'II
v johns !h)' oiHTHtltiH: raid (l's In.nbn I'HMI'. N :
? M I '
Jackson- who are employed with the Florida only : e
,<'tors" In a1. t mi Dl e, N.d'noday. \1,1Irw'I'n tiirnri' I
Power and Light Co. in Luke a e Sue Duncan of Gainesville spent ) and) KrMuvM'. In"I"d i of nA n '\',. IdihiMi .tau. ".. .lo. ",.M ",11.! K.Ri1twAPlit
it'l. .11 1 Iv pxoppt Hunilrty, l>ri..lrx. l,,.lll'lll |. .I llml Mlllll.'Mn.' |I.' \II4 III, .
City, spent the weekend at the weekend with her cousin, At Hiilil limp and lilm. o nil 'InttMfHtcd '- Alyilllii, on Kloln. II....'.. N'I.n 1'.I n,ll"iilt u.I. I .
I" be proud to Darby'a home here. I1V1 Margaret Rose Duncan. l imrtlm will t 10. "Raven AH upput You. h""I" ,*' 110. '
,,u uill P 1 0 awlW .a l ttniltv ti he fully hfitrd fiir"l>.lvHi.... nnii'V-u'iii'Mil, ,, \ 'n,,,,i .
.", .. Bring uyour 1 W1T.VR8S' the hand. nf lio) W x. Kililriil' ,if "mineihllil has hr.a I". d I ./
I 'I"l'lng l l and print- John F. Chappella of Jacksonville ale akNa aaU ,. V, i yOtte 1aAga ... Minn: Lucille Mitchell spent from "fiitlvi. 'a.M-n"and, .tnrv 1-nhllc..>f I'Mlltlm I the Kh c.ini->rUlnKiillmitd ', (r-oiirt iiiralin. n"o"RII.von hi.i' taw and niv, 11.1,, ,, ,, | ',. I.

,11'hoto and Jeuelry. I a. pilot for National Air 1 C- Wednesday to Sunday of last week inH-ion( thin' 17th dav. ..f Mm. I'lM:\ salad lo niirv4 fl only vim of your iin." Jin i."
Lines was the Saturday night with Mrs' J. C. Livingston in llolUnHT" <** StftllK' ...'.'. or iilviiillnv. In the r.iinnl.iltitn '
1 family : Exorutlve Norrrlnr' 111,0 I'lnlnlirfn Allnrnov. T I"', ,.11.'. ,
unwrlRht of the Hans Walkers. Tampa ,.. .
\\ guest II ( .I.u"I'.rk.' *. Flnrl.U sad m.
I llU, t thulr summer no I iiriK-rnni" I m I the ,,rrii.. or I mruik 1 tea;l r
Lake. Mrs. W. A. Stern and daughter \ I"" MM'i< 1.1 i 'I'I.-...: tu ( of the rirrult Court' "n ,ir

'f ,,.,1 I Y Louise Stern were in Jacksonville. PINE LEVEL in rlrciilt In oiirt.hnnrrrr. llrnilforil. Coiintr.FlorldiM i ULfiirn>'..h.'w''the. Iho till h a rtnv 1I."n. | nf I 10.Jun... ,e,.f IIIIVI'x..101| | .

'1 lanes of Gairms- Tuesday. Stultify .\r...*" I'lilmi-r.. I'tiilnHff.' v* (.nnrlalnl.'..,. 10), YOI\wall. 10" taken n. ,',,,1r. \ :
Mm. II. M. McRaa llaet IAI,Ie rainier "i.r'n.I,1.
.? S. L. Peek, Sr. Anderson fir' ...... 1 1 I.'r".c., Ily ('..RR No 84011Nolle I nnrx Irnrltiliveek'forl. "hll.h".1 I
Mrs. George Friends of A. W. Ma hwla a'a aeii IW) T.. %iii.*nriTo f fits ,..."......1\. 1
sister will be happy to hear he Is very Ydsarta 'mt' It'lI.u1'.omiLf : flrni'O. l.oulMp INllim'iuhnK, TeTo.-'rn'ph.* In the Ilrnlfrd' ""u1lnu' ;
ila, Sunday.an much improved after being con \Ve had a large attendance at r..t'lu'<> .In ((19 l.lnenlii Ave AIlutnv haled EMiHGTON
nnn-tn.nm-cnl:: IUI mm the Pine Level Baptist church Sunday B, Now York. (OP'I"ICIA lilh 21r.1 .IIIv of SIte. 10x1 I
fined to bed the past three weeks You hort notlflH 101"1.A.. J. Thmmnn.
son, Orvll, and The above chart shows Mrs. Housewife the name and shape of the with 203 In Sunday School. ult for nro rilvore sad olhfl'" (lint rollet ft f Clerk' lOr IhA (rl.r..I Court,

.rren of Ruskin wereIS Mrs. G. P: Wadsworth of Hampton standard cuts of beef made to be Hold at retail from the wholesale.|\ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Gordon linn boon filed nitnlnHt" yon. In the Try ifavpn l'ro.1w.. 19pniy, "I"'kGI25 "
ahovo .... | 4t
named Oontt unit ran And
of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. JL. Anderson and cuts in the center of the chart. Each: of these beef cuts Is subject to ( and brother William Gordon mov-1' you nrn ret nlroil tn errvr a eopv, ..t In 7 kw. C'lronlt, A

n. Mrs. Robert Turner of Starke dollars and, cents price ceilings at the retail meat shop. The retailer I ed to this section from Starke and I your. answer or ploiirtlnir" to the enmplnlnt '' ..'e>;to .'.ill Court..I Pro wIf.. nr; 1' ...rldw./nr _

spent last week motoring; tc has been provided with the dollars and cents ceiling: prices for the 1 have an apartment together; with '. AI" /I, on Si-hitclili-r.taw I I'litlntirf'B tit l.vnrh Al tomes'IliillilInir. I I, 'r..U..oI I..?..,...inrJ";..
Hans Walker :were D. C. slid AtlantaGa. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlck. We .lilek>onvlll; ... Vlorlfln and fillIhH ; ; 1 I i :lf1l..I1. i'Ilnlt(13
i. Washington, in which the meat Is Bold. Cuntomers can ask to see .. -M
of Mr. and Mrs. pricing zone welcome them here. nrlvlnnl'. In the vffle nf the ,'' a',... t''II"' .lpllmvnlrl 1ln rah rlllnllrr'l,, l --v.>
8 these Lower beef will be effective on August 1, and another Clerk of the (Ilri'iilt. ('11"1" on i>r.hefotv fenlent.
prices. prices
mi In Gainesville I Those of this section who at- I the 2IMIi iluv" of .lun. lnu:1: j jnlhcrwlnn I I I'n\ : I'.t. ("111'11.' IIn"n..1 Ilcte'i .n lid 10 higher gr Ie -the
unlng. Mrs. T. C. Cha tain and Mre. W reduction will be effective on October 1 : tended the McRae family reunionat nil nllrmtllnnii of ....101l'om.It.ln' ""hn.nn H.llrn" Mnrkhan ii" finest portable made for lI1\ooth.
will lit taken u* rnnfcHit- P"4.
L. Andrews visited their sister In Dade Memorial Park last Sun. *il liv" you. tn..II\P..II'IItIl"I.' ,. IiIlln l"rnnolnrA 1'.11. clcnn fart( typing. Come in and try
Mr. eel Mrs. Wllmer J. Parkerof
apent West palm Beach last weekendMrs. Miss Edna Noegcl; was the day were the H. M. McRaes Mr. '' Thl notlei* shall h* in enclunv Innirrtt' Carrying cue
of I
rice Quincy weekend guest of Miss Joyce Un Fayetteville N. C. were weekend one** neh week for four. I'"hll.ho"1 ; :: ; :
ith her parents, Mr, J, L. Chancey returnedwith anJ'Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Guy and lairs A. R. McRae and son 'tvt wUrf 111 I the tlr".I.t<.r, / inclwlrd..!
derwood daughter of guests
Norrls. them to spend four or five weeks ; Mr. and Mrs. Sue Myrick and' Tfloarritphrnt"il. r
!Ham : Cecil Underwood of Palatka.1Misa Sale. The Parkers lived here due : Ihla ""nrt ilnv. of Slav. 11)11 nai' .
Mrs. B. E. Bennett of Marinnna daughter Benny McRae Mr. an" ,((>1>'Kli'Ar.' | ,5l't1.1|; A. .f. Thomnn.riil with Tab 89.50
and Miss Underwoodwere ing Blending days. '
Gahagan returnedfrom Is in Starke this week to be with Noegel Mrs. M, J. McRae and Mrs. Sue I ,< of the r-lrrnlt. Cnurl.ry '
classmates at TFI, Toccoa '' 1lnvn rrowhv, Ti. nofv P1rl 1, .
Savannah, Ga. her 'daughter, Mrs. Cecil Sewell Ga. While In Palatka MillS NoegeT A. L. Brown of Richmond Va': Myrick of Lake Geneva. Those'I DIES! 4t n'O' '' without 82.50
ten days with her who is 111. I Paul from Starke were Mr. and Mrs a ham.Thl.;:;
nt Mr. and Mrs.
was heard In a special musical Is visiting I ;,. la Iher.fre
\11THw'i'o 1eM tIt In
P. L. Bridges lair and Mrs. Bar- I' rnmmnd
.Ply the Emmett Ga. on Mr. Underwood's Bridges and other relatives.Mrs. In rirntU .'...... nradfrd'nuny.. tn file your w.llI.n elpearanrn' yn"
program I In Term If
resumed her McRae and and Mr. and !I "old ..
ett drove his mother Mrs. Grace Ritch ney family Klorlilni In rhoncrrr, rs u nn nr Iris. Naitu'rln, v.
, to Savannah the duties in the School Board office radio broadcast over the Palatka I' Shel- Mrs. Russell MtRae and family. '' Wlllln' 'Hue WnmM. riulntlff. VHUiiftiN 1m. 81.B81.. and that ynu .hllil
tig Jesse Newsome !Mrs
station. U. Wood. Defendantdm .n n. before the SEE Them TODAY I
some1! Visitors of Mrs. H. H. Lewi' nr Je.h
out for July 1/net
this week after being .
No 84AIitli \
Ile Hall, Miss Sharon Hall and Miss I ) rtefei...0.. It a ruly "r yunr
time following an appendectomy. Monday were Mrs. Ophelia Moore \ >fi Ti. IpleNrtye. env. nn Samuel 11'
Mrs. W L Evelyn Newsome spent SaturdayIn Wood. real-\ Hetann, Altnrnll" for ,
Mrs. T. C. Chastain ItuftiN It. *, wlmim the Plaintiff
and Mrs. P. Cnsxett and
E. ti
daughters Tslx BRADFORDCounty
Mrs. E. K. Perryman Jacksonville. ', den In: lrnri nr>wn.Ynit AI. 11111"1.. 1"01"' .
Andrews and Mrs. J. L. Chanceywere and "III.tlAI.lv,
and visitla Paul Knight and his mother of Starke. Are hfrehv nr tlft*>d thnt n 1I..r..n"o. rll. Iho
s pleasure shopping in Jacksonville milt for DIvori'A han, been flied. "rlMlnaI I In lit" offirw. 1'."",, rllllll. Telegraph
Ga. from Thursday Mrs. D. E. Knight, returned home Monday and also visited relative P. P. Woods I Is spending a six Mrs. Robert Myrick and Mrs. wraI'sat iu In th. ntmv .n,1. Red Pro
hey stopped by New- Monday from Jacksonville Beach week's vacation In Savannah Ga., B. M. McRae were visiting Mrs ran** and you are required "or..I".I" r".r.oao will 1w, em ._ ___.
In St. Vincent's hospital. I to nerve n Only nf v"iirnnnwpp 1 you fl"irding In law. u n
Lake Geneva Fri. ..,
Sue at ,.
|c eInd,route to visit Mrs. where they spent several days. and Rldgeland S. C. or nlendlnir. tn the eoinptntnl" 'II.r"1 a'y hand 1101l, weal .r cur --- --
Hall.e : on the PlnlnMff' Attorney, ;/uthH ,.
Fan .
Mrs. Dallas Friends of Mrs. G.V.. Brown day.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Groover of 1 nmifflan, 5..8.r.1. T.ynrh HnH.IInK, ,
of ,
Miss Caudle Hazen will be happy to hear she returned Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bridges, A. Jarknonvllle Florida and file the i Family
Bessent was host. Texas is visiting her parents, Mr. home from St. Vincent'slfespltal L. Brown and Mr. and Mr. M. J. Brooker were dinner guests of the nrl..ln..1 I I In the of fire of the f'lerk Out of Town for Vacation?
f before
Sunday nf II' Plrrnilt ourt nn nr
B. M. McRaeH
masta Club! Tuesday ]: and Mrs. Jack Hazen. where she has been con- McRae attended a family reunionIn Sunday. the Sri), day nf Tune, 19(11( : nther- i
Mrs. Sue Myrick spent the week wi. the "If"II'n"t nf eald rnm, Make Your Summer Headquarters
Mrs. G. A. Anderson and Mrs: fined for the past three weeks. BUHhnell Sunday. end with the H. M. McKaes other nlaInt' will l h.. tnken n* ronfn.aed.
hv vmi at theGUIDON
'. returnedlay W. J. Sr. were in Jack Le- guests were Mr. and Mrs. Barney ThlH ..01..Ice nhnll he tmhllMlieil'inrt .
Redgrave Epperson Richard Barber of Camp
Cpl. .
and .
Mr and Mrs. Rex Mixon
each week for four rnr'a.Ply.
after ten days sonville Sunday visiting Mr. and and Larry of Jack Jeune, N. C. vlated his uncle and I Egger and son of Jacksonville w"." In th. l1.n.lt..r" <** Wayne
I sons. and Mrs. E. C. Sapp and and GRILLK I
St. Vincent's hospital. Mrs. Harold McKinney and family. aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazon T..r."h. I
of .
sonville were weekend guests I' Mrs. T. N. Norman and son all olHellbronn 'n od thin 41h tine nf M,. '. tOel.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson.Mr. over the weekend. (otrFlrl\J. MP.T.A.. .1. Th"tim,
Springs Clerk rtf th.* ClrmiU rmirl .1T TIIE RENT

MADE?' Men'sEstablished Clothing Confined In St. Luke's hospital, I bronn Springs. I1'Y Haven Cranny. pi.n"ft'3d*' U Clerk 5111.I | FllltaFIT T II.: ItEST
( STORE 1891 |II1II|]| and Mrs. R. O. Dansby slid I Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzales are I
the weekend In I where they are under observation ) mIn :.r,0e LUNr'HKON) IS STILL TJIK BEST FOOD
children, spent W. B. ,Attending the Revival meeting! at \n','"'i': TN 41tm .: \It
| and treatment, are Dr. I '..... '.,... Cmi. July IN
Hastings fishing and visiting Both:Plant City this week. I ( .It ( < llrftilfnril. I AMEKICA!
J. F. Klckhter. .
I Parks and Flnrldst In < h' n<-rrr.Murio
friends. ... Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner of
:al.Ah.'h orljiI'lulnllff., .,
I well as can be :
are getting along as
I : I.
,1. expected.
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Miss Carolyn Edwards, Miss Pat

Sleg Vernon Underhill! and 011 tale I
CORN McGee were> at Daytona Deach Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green had ap We Are Our I II
WILL DUST YOUR Sunday. their guests last week Mra. Green'.' Celebrating 2 Anniversary

sister Mrs. H. L. Speer of Pahokee I

finishing 25 Ibs. Poison to the acre, and her mother, Mrs. Y. A. Harris

i HEAP AS Mrs.a position Richard with Fowler the Florida has accepted Improvement I of Gainesville JUST ARRIVED I BRAND NEW r '

2.75 Commission at Camp I
Der acre Standing. Mrs. Fowlerwas for. Mrs A. Z. Adklns Sr. returned FULL SIZE
home Saturday from a ten-day
merly in Dr. Hayes' office. ,
son-in-law and
visit with her

have all types of dust daughter Dr. and Mrs. B. A. PopeJr.
and Miss Lillian PHILCO TV
C Mrs. Ruby Collins CONSOLE :
and family I In Norfolk Va. Mrs
the weekend in
GUARANTEED; ) COVERAGE Stump spent Adkins was accompanied by her

Tampa the attending Hillaboro the and Fashion Florldan Showat daughter. Mrs Fred Guy of AT THE PRICE OF '

Conway-Libby FLYING: Hotels. Gainesville.Mr. A TABLE MODEL

SERVICE ); Y { _
and Mrs. N. D.
( Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards are
tt 'Iall..n 1
See Lacy Conway at lint
of the weekend
upending the latter part of the Hollywood; spent
or L. L. Libby; at Temple Garage with Mrs. Walnwrlght's parents
--. ::: week in Tampa on business
'. PHONE 147-J Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls.

Mrs. F. F. Stump returned

home Saturday from Amhurst Va. Mrs. Mae Edward and Mrs. W 99995 : II1aq

where she attended a family re- B. Dowling spent a few days thl

r union and also visited friends and week with Mr. and Mrs.i;. T

I relatives for ten days. King In Jacksonville. Mrs. F.dwiydc .-

W5I released frcyii, Riverside

Mrs. E. O. Causey of Palatka l/ pital'last Friday. I

- Dedicated To Community Service and Mrs. Jack Tlllotson and child
of Jacksonville were luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Gary Meads. r
"Movies: Are Better Than Ever" ren ,I'"tstz_ ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis Jacksonville were Sunday guests .. NKVKIt: mnmlAT: : THIS I'KICE 1

'lay 26 30WAYNE Saturday of last week Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls. .
ONLY May 29 I
Tues. Wed.
r.E" FEATURE I I _J__ rr Exclusive: Italanced Heam Picture

daughter, Mrs. Paul Hunt Druggist's Convention in Orlan i Z"fr C II

AUTRY and Paul Jr. of Jacksonville were from Sunday to Wednesday : Don't Settle' fore */

........, guests of Mrs. W. G. Halle Wed

nesday of last week.K. Among those to attend the Elk llt.ltK: : I IF IH Ihllror, iM Krimatloiml teletUlonI ,.......
lI ia's--: .. ..
State Convention. In Daytor lli jrar fr in uorlil' larKmt TV alnl.Wale,

n his thnlrng G. Duncan was In Tallahas Beach from Sunday to Tuesdr y iii..nufaiiinr.. Ttlnk..f It. a liiturloiiH, IlKi-M'ItEK.V4'onwil :

s pectacleofrr over the weekend on business. I will be: "Mr. and Mrs. Robert ':iii ,.. je", FI'IL-MI/E :Mithouunyrnnr' cabinet I Ias

West's most Green. Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Doylt alt X0"10 >..ura. ATTIIK: MUCK OF A TABLE MODKLS

1I the Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and Phil Vltsky. Inman Green, all it t',;; :. I

-ANU y exciting run! children. Mr and Mrs. Vernon Sll-) Starke and Mr. and Mrs.. E. M An.I with till* Hr-nxatlniial prlre'. you grt I-hllco'i' *>x- I

cox and son. David, and Mrs. D. Brinson of Hugh. I : :: rlnrlvrltrlanrrdBeanlplrturrtilllthl'IttNIFNHFARtIlallwl. : !

L. Silcox visited the Stephen I I ..*rry"hrri* the truest plctiirp. nrr' vm nn anylilrvlHlon
( eHeofQ
I Foster Memorial on Sunday. I I Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Whlfler arc) ; c : etrw'pl! I'lut miprr-pnwPr' .circuit now luxcryfealuntt ,

I three children of Neptune Beai 1i ; :: i ::::, anil famous. I'hllro Elrrtronlc Ilulll-In" ,\f'rlal'' ,
I II Iu1ICUEI her' Mr. and Mr.
has Sunday with "
Mm. Wilma '' ; : : ; :: ;::,': NiMlrni that ""'ptom\ MherRbyaNmurha.8to1.
and .
Garl Mathews
I guests her father Ben Welsh count. It." 'the Krcatrot valim nrr In a luxurl-

fiSticoGentry" sister Mrs. Donald Stuart, of! : :! :: : : : :rte ..-- : mot'. ..iiprrtiallty. HIO !SCREEN TV coniw.l.. Don't "r-

Elmira N. Y. who flew in Sundayfor Friends of Mrs. A. E. McKlnn be :: ', r :: .1.I lay; Iw' throng. the, first to are It at NASWORTirV'S.!' !
DVORAK weeks' visit. will regret to hear that she Is
a two I'Ing confined to bed for three we ;: Trail In your small nrrron TV net or old l radio.

i iI Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of I I hid' Liberal Trade-In Allowance I
I FUME OF luncheon Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson
iI Butler' were' Friday j
'Inter halt Canons Lake (Pas their Sunday dinner gueotsMr
"5 guests of the N. B. Roslers. and Mrs. W. E. Dowling and I
'6'-11ay- 27,28ESSErcS iI Miss Anice Green of Jack on. EASY TKIOIS: TAHLE MODEL; VALUED AT 99.9:;

iiltitl; SS,, JOSEPH SOfllBKMUTwM vine pent the weekend with her Mrs. R. B. Trask. has returned I AS DOOR PHIZE -- JUNE 2, 4:00 P. M. I Il

MIiiE WILLIAM rtAWHY VHOINIA can (Ml parents Mr. and ),frs. Floyd to her home In Lakeland after a REGISTER TODAY!
I I aitatae sa.na ?5I w gals s.t weeks visit with her' mother Mrs I

t f tl l l-I ( p1'a" Green. \V. H. Perkins, and sitter Mrs. E. j Luxurious Full-Size Genuine :

Lee TheiR of Jacksonville B. Searing. Veneer Cabinet
Mrs. Emma Mahogany
E 1 1Y I Also News and "))ouble C'haw-r" visited Mrs. K. G. Duncanon C. H NASWORTHY

Cartoon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Turner of T1u9 cr'iMlon of master dr.lgnera. and artl.anwMatte
weekend .
Beach were
Smyrna \ nt rlxrtfd African :Mahogany 'one'
Thur., Fri. May 31. June 1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald F McRae. guests of Mr. and Mrs T. H. Mc- dl..tln..lvCl MoAhol.y.nnl..h In..t".tn..nt pan..l. Il'.

"SANTAFE" are moving Into their new home orf, Neill.Mrs. mnuVrn letiln| rrfliwU l'hllro' unnutlh General Supplies'tilman

iti11 E. Call street (new Blending high-and \ Scruggs and Mrs I quality and| r\:!'lu lve features that assure' utmmtdrprnilaMllty

with Randolph Scott way) the end of the week. Mr.occupy Leslie Biggs attendedthe Beta and mjoyinrnt.' Yea. the grwttelt', of Phone 198 232 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.MAY .

CAg \It.o "THAT'S t'LL"sport, Mrs. James Drew who are Phi Slate Convention at th";' all TV sea; IK>NT SETTl.n FOR LESS. ,
"Teartwrn. Pr'" Cartoon and I I ,ng one of the A. F Sauls apart.ments I Sigma Baltimore Hotel in Palm Be- 1 ( __ __ __ ___ .n h_ .. ____ ._._.
Ir.Rae -- ---
t I the
nt Tlme will move Int"! I
and New e "Camera Sleuth" Novelty street. last weekend.
home on Clark

r 25 19 5 i(


r +, ing: along talrl'.11) dl( M pre" the Make Strawberry Chiffon Dessert, ""-
FARMER'S lack of rain \\'. pi. ked sonv

"green'es! and l put tin in "n' tin Before Fresh Berries Bow OutThe
Roadstand but what we ire waitIng M Reserve
J DIARY Impatiently for in tomato:. e ?
which are fully rip'ned on the the : :
Right :
liy Sam :McGarvty vine before picking. They are goo'

J that way twl we can hardly wait o. t ,.r t ,
The author will be glad to r\- e a t r
until they are ready. Heard aboul .
rche Item* of intiTMt conterni -
large patches of tomato planting '.
Ing the iwtl\ltle of farmer IBBradford $
South of here which have been
... County. SuggrMlon
may hard hit by wilt or blight and WII t
be left at the Telegraph office or i
ar/ :
have our fingers crossed hopIng ., .
malted to Sam MrGaney, Law ley.'
that we escape that damage.
Florida. LARGE

I. Several months ago a car .top.] : VEL

Well, we finally gave up on the very poor stand and It Is growIng '. ped on the :Highway, a man got out a 25
little pig which we have been I very uneven and we just abou t and said h* had some chickens te tdc Limit One

trying to save and put the poor despair of ever growing a goo sell cheap. Told us they had been T.Mp
thing out of his misery. You might field of sweet corn. We do have S i I ordered by a neighbor who could c .

say that .we waited a lot of time stand of field corn but It has no t not accept them for some reason -

in trying to save just one pig and started to grow yet. or other and as a consequence h.
'' perhaps that is true but we did SC would sell them to us at a bargain COCONUT : SURE JELL 2 for :

I save Early (our fine Holstein We are getting a fine crop o I price. Fortunately for us, we were can 17c ,
er) and alau Scrapple (a good helf.j berries now, and part of It li s not able to buy them at the Urn ,

Ib. pig now) so we just can't Just good luck. We did not mulct because our brooder house needed Waldorf

trying to save an animal our berries, and therefore we wen to be cleaned and disinfected, ec
strawberry season Is much too short for who likes
sick or injured. But this poor pig I able to get Into them with a hotI we declined the offer. The thing luscious desserts so you can't serve them too often during their limited I
seemed to have a brain or spine I and clean out the weeds about tw I sounded fishy to us, and for another ,- engagement at the market. Put your next pint of the beautiful berries, SUGARS Jbs 47c TISSUE 2 for 1
injury and all we were doing was or three weeks ago and so the>!, thing, he wanted $11 a hun via gel-cookery, in a Strawberry Chiffon Dessert like the one In the ,
barely keeping it alive. But losinga are producing and the weeds and dred, which certainly was not toc picture. It's made with unflavored gelatine and Whipped evaporatedmilk
have not taken them over. so it stakes an honest claim for thrifty dessert honors. Only one
pig out of a big litter is bad grass cheap under the conditions. Now
pint of berries but it
enough but when you lose one out And then too the weather has we have a bulletin from Poultry Like all dishes, made serves with 81 unflavored gelatine Strawberry Chiffon 6 Botl. Carton

I of only seven that cuts down your been dry and we have lost very man Julian S. Moore, University Dessert can be made hours in advance of serving time. If you d like to
already small chance of makingany few due to rotting. But this year Agricultural Extension Service, servo Strawberry Chiffon Pie, turn the mixture Into a baked 10-inch
profit. ,we were just lucky and we planIn warning all farmers that this Is a pie shell instead of a mold.

H e e the future to mulch our berrIes. RACKET and that the chicks of Strawberry Chiffon Dessert
Sold another small batch of 12 'ered are surplus, cheapest kind of 1 pint Itrawberrles. 3 tablespoons lemon Juice 17
hampers of Tendergreen beans I Think we will try to carry over chicks: often nothing but 100% 1 envelope unflavored gelatine 1 teaspoon lemon rind Coca Colas

> Jroni_ our first planting of 14 500i two beds of our present berry White Leghorn cockerels. Mr. 3i cup water .,..,......-._. ,. 1 tall can icy cold

i toot rows. Got only $1.20 a hamperfor I ;rants:!! for runners for next year. .toore> suggests that farmers buy ,f" cup teaspoon sugar salt ",,*.- <**_-_-_''.'-,..-._.r... *,evaporated milka
them but the bean." market has VV Will try to handle only tWC only from reliable dealers. ,'
\ Crush strawberries with fork reserving 3 for garnishing. Soften
beds because of the amount of a
teen jumping: tip and down ilke a gelatin in water; place over boiling water and stir until gelatine is dissolved. -
Mexican jumping bean and we hard work Involved, for if we tried Had Porky, the big sow who Remove from heat; add sugar and salt and stir until dissolved. Limit Two Plus
just didn't hit it right this time. to save the entire patch we likes the wide open spaces, especially Mix in strawberries, lemon juice and rind; chill until the mixture is the Deposit
! e. might lose It all to water grass In a fence, and her daughtersall consistency of unbeaten egg white. Whip chilled evaporated milk until
Glad to see work started on the and weeds. The two beds should shut up In pens until we could tiff; beat in gelatine mixture. Turn into 114 quart mold. Chill until .
8rm. To serve, unmold and garnish with, whipped cream and sliced
railroad siding into the Starke give ua a lot of runners for right reinforce the hog run with barbed Itrawberries.
t Market. And as we told now some of the plants have ad wIre Pop helped to do a partof

' Ralph Alvarez, if now we can get a many as ten runners. on them. It, and then John Straka helped --- -YIELD- -- : 8 servings. COOL AID 6 for 25c BROOMS good I 8
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real auction market started there, finish It up. Let the hogs out .
with buyers competing for what We finally got around to fertilizing Into the run and they have been Luvenia Robinson

, we all grow, we might be able to the new runner patch whichwe here ever since, although Porky RURALCOMMON GOLUKN RIPE Flit WHILE( IT LASTSBANANAS,3Ibs.

get a real price and eliminate have started back in February on no doubt, made a few trial roots I SENSE Luvenla Robinson wife of J.

4 ing to haul stuff to the Jacksonville new land. Opened afurrow closeto at the barbed wire to her. sorrow. W. Robinson, retired minister of 29c SPRAY pints 1
''l i market. Certainly hope' that the plants with a wheel cultivator ) Will keep our hogs In the run un By Spuds Johimon Reno, died ,
Friday May 18, at her
! the new siding will help the farm- put 100 lt.. of 4-7-5 In the til we get a pasture tightly fenc >
furrow and hoed lightly around ed which will hold them. Just plain a home after a long illness, She
ere around here as they certainlycan
'the plants. tired of chasing hogs. NOW'S me; TIME YOU was born in 1881 and was a life-. All Regular
us? the help. CATTLEMAN TO THINK
-. -. -. .
L cc. long resident of this community.

9 Had a short but pleasant visit But we need rain very badly on An interruption to this column ABOUT WINTER FEEDS Besides her husband she is survived BREAD 2 For 25

from Perman Andrews and family just about everything. Each dayIt while we chased 4 woods hogs Good green pastures, new calves, I by three children, Sgt. Jul-
the looks as though It would rain worth about $3 which had already and cattle
who are reading Telegraph getting sleek and fat ian Robinson, Springfield, Mass.,
) now living in Columbia, 3. C. Per. but somehow or other It doesn't done about $2 damage to our po are pleasant sights indeed for the LimIt Two
soil is drier each James R. Robinson. Jr., St.
man !said he knew Charlie Dlnkins and the getting tatoes. Seems ironical that we cattleman in spring, but the wise
I weU, and no doubt many folks around day and the plants are losing green have to spend a lot of our time ,cattleman also will be thinking Augustine, and Wilhemlna Robinson ,

here also remember Perman.. and turning yellow What we need fencing our own animals in, and bout feed for hIs herd next fall Brooks, Starke. Country No. 211 Size
Is a slow drenching rain which will' then other of our !
fencing parts and winter. Funeral services were held Wed-

Alice ls doing a tine business on soak In but what we'll no doubt place to try to keepr almals not Cattlemen have about three nesday afternoon at 1 o'clock In LARD 1-2 gal jar 78c PINEAPPLE,2for-I J

her Roadstand. When. we first get is heavy quick rain which will our own out. Guess it all dependson months in which to plan and act the Mt. Morlah Baptist Church ,
started It all customers were run off and not stay where we whether you own the animalsor to produce feed crops and to nan-
with Rev. H. J. Blount
need It. 'Just as soon as we can officiating. Tall
feel aboutit.
not on the way you their
rile such
a naturally new, but now they are pastures a way
coming back and saying such I afford It we are going to get a that there will be feed for their Burial was In Pleasant Grove
RICE lb. 39c
for the 3 pkg.
I' small irrigation system Cemetery. MACKEREL 2 for -1
things as: "Those English peas animals during the cool season of I .
kitchen and then In ,
garden Visited the broiler establIshment -
tot from you were the beat I evertallted" : briefly I the year. So while they are enjoying -
weather Tike this ;we can supplythe of Mac and Martha Max
seeing green pastures and fattening -
and It is certainly a pleas a I .
ure to supply what people want moisture needed. well. It la a fine plant and very cattle now, they also shouldbe ALL KINDS OF

But the Roadstand Is also a lot of S. efficiently set up. Get quite a kick planning tot fall and winter C.D.M.
work and keeps us busy day in Had a visit by a Mrs. Bell who 1' out of seeing thousands of chicks according to Dr. R. S. Glasscock UPHOLSTERYWORK

day out, from morning to night. manages the Blair Mansion In i handled In a modern way.e ot the University of Florida Agricultural C ff 79
Washington, D. C., and her Experiment Stations. Real'Good
f Cultivated: both the sweet corn) orous daughter; Doreen glam'l Big Red, our registered boar Just: how' the cattleman, will o ee I

and field corn with tread TCat-' star and actress of had anothef guest this week. Sow manage hIs pastures and what Expert Craftsmen -

rlnka and about the only good Y. These two Iwere being I belonging to Carl Prevatt was kinds of feed he will produce for Rest MaterialS'" Used Tin LB.
around this section, and : bred to Red and hope that Carl has
thing we can say about it was thatit the sights winter depends on his I -,- -
when they were brought to our good luck with the litter. land, and conditions, the
did not take too long to do. Our I resources Chas. C. I
sweet corn Is about as bad as it place we told them that they had experiment Station animal husbandman ShepherdRadio
could be, and as we told a neigh- hit bottom and that they had better Joy is Just about dry now and points out but every cattleman WE BUY EGGS BRING THEM TO US!
miss her fine milk a T.V. Seat Covers
): bor recently, the worst thing" a- I head North again. But It was already we should endeavor to make I ,
bout It Is that It Is right smack nice meeting them. lot. Living; on a farm you grow hIs pasture go as far as possible 307 W. Call Starke

along side of the. Highway where accustomed to having all the Into the fall and produce as much .

everyone can see It. But we have a j| So far our tomatoes are com- milk cream and butter that you feed as possible for winter us?. .lore
e want, but wHen the cow goes dry,, During the winter when most .
- -...- - look- -
: its terrible. We already are
....- pasture plants are frosted downor
forward to next month when Joy > mature and woody, extra feedIs
will freshen (and have .we hope, needed more than at any other
, a fine healthy heifer) and we'll .
time of the year. Therefore. Dr
Marlin Factory Service have all the milk products we can lasscock urges cattlemen to begin Is ..

use again. doing something about winter feed I tEr _
now so the crops can be made by
Cut some land for a neighborand late summer or early fall. He
WATCH REBUILDING he had ua cut it In what for recommends preparing land and

us was a new pattern. Double cut
planting Improved pasture planning -
126 Court St. Starke, Fla. It one way, then he had us cut 1' grazing so a good hay or
working from the center F
lage crop can be obtained also
out toward both corners and from pastures, planting such cropsas

then cutting* ",the corners and Alyce clover for. grazing or for .... --
thus again toward the .. .
working hay and grazing, making arrange- "--' '
middle. We think it works fine and tents for storage of home-grown

will use it in the future. Every feed for winter use planning to

day you.learn something new. produce or purchase protein feeds,
and by fertilization, rotation and
On-agaIn, Off-again Flnnegan, mowingIf( necessary) keeping
the water pump is just about off!, .
.GENERAL 0 ELECTRIC pastures in a highly condition .
again and we have to work on it ''"""''""" '" TM abl.ae.0.1..2. DOOI s*,.
as long as possible. ...
again. Trouble is It gets water- When cattle graze nutritious pastures rc..fI.ueC'Si.'1I..d.01 otaodonl a. .pu7P.e.bal.d ...,'.bM' dAmerica's
0.' '".I.w.
bound and can't find the leak
"lory ,It.MTCK we all summer and well on into ..
*.... n.t*>..f where we lose air pressure.
c...,... 1.b'. 95 ,early fall, they enter the winter
1 D.... C.aeM i 79 period in good condition and. witha < ',
,...... .
Cho had
Prattle' Dwtt* Cut up the rows where we little extra feed fare well during .
planted peppers and then let the I the season when grazing Is sparseIn Here's why
9lfoaye/' grass take over. Will plant butter this connection the Experiment LARGEST! .
? beans there and try to stay with Station worker recommends "re- Largest we soy .
them. We're learning that if you
some pasture-taking
try to do too many things that stock off of it In late summer:? It's LONGEST-measurIng 197V Inches You "
from bumper to bumper.
only waste a lot of money and
G. J. McGRIFF you It will be in good. strong growthIn ._ that extra length-and feel It I in the
time when you have to let some the fall.Now' smoother ride)
ffet today
yours and
EASY TERMS 145 ,,'. Call St. Starke thIngs go. the,time to plan and be- Finest It's HEAVIEST-tipping the scales at 3140 pounds.* You can feel 01

DON'T FALL FOR NEW gin action on the problem of winter .- .. big-ear solidness In Its steady, even way of golngl)
feed. ,
PROMOTED IN SOUTH It has the WIDEST TREAD-spanning 58% Inches between the rear**
Oalnesvllle. urging Florida Aged Negro Dies Low-Priced That wider base means better readability-helps steady the ride!

poultry raisers to buy only good Death came Tuesday! Mar 19, You'd expect to pay a little more for the largest low-priced tot 11 :
chicks from reliable breeders to Ben Walker venerable Negro heaviest with the weight', '
widest tread. But no! With ol| Its extra size and
Poultryman Julian 9. Moor. of the resident of Lloyd reported to be
Car exclusive features-Chevrolet I Is the lowest priced line In the low.Prks
FULLY EQUIPPEDthe University of Florld.i Agricultural 121 years of age. He was the <'
Extension Service comes up witha father of Isaac Walker and visit : StyWlfw Delu..4-Doo Sedan, ch'Pr"'

story of a new racket. ed here last summer at which 2" .. .
most modern and efficient equipment The game I.I being worked in time he attributed his long life :
North Carolina, but c.r."'Parrish, to his habits of clean living.

available, to the profession is extension poultryman there, writes Among his survivors are listed Here's why
Moor that It show sign of mov- his wife, one brother two daughters we say FINEST
e !used by this funeral home in main- ing south. seven sons, 80 grandchildren,

Two men work together in a car 200 great grandchildren. 60 great CHEVROLETFirst
taming Its well known standard of and 23: FISHER BODY QUALITY VALVE
or truck. They go Into a community great grandchildren great UNITIZED KNEE-ACTION RIDE

Service.D0WITT learn the names of a numberof great great grandchildren. ..' ... ENGINE ECONOMY e WIDE-VIEW CURVED WINDSHIELD e JUMBO-DRUM*
He was Christian for 109
resident and where they live. a
C. JONES Then they take some cheap chicksto years, serving as a deacon for 73years. and finest In the low-pric. field SAFETY SAFETY-SIOHT INSTRUMENT PANEL e TIME- ROVED PO &

Fla. a neighbor and say that some AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. CombhoHon of PowwgDd .**..'* J'?"!!'!"*.
Phone 7 Starke, neighbor using his name, had or- Funeral services were held Sun TIME-PROVED 105-h. p....11..... optional. .on De .Uw1' .

dered these high grade chicks, but day afternoon at 2:36 o'clock. MORI PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER 'CA

Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur I for some reason 1* unable to accept dred. POW> _

local funeral 'horn enables us to offer convenience and delivery on them. Ills brooder The unsuspecting neighbor buys "* *... TriMiUil'**'
service not otherwise available. house burned or some other thing the chicks and they tarn out to b.
interfered. surplus and cheap. In some In.
Since the chick are here, and .
r stances they... pratically 100 TORODEPHONE CHEVROLET
and the owner doesn't want to haul ,
the service at lowest prices percent White Leghorn cockerelsSo
W furnish highest type
them back, he will sell for a reduced
accept ANT life insurance policy In fore. tMied by ANT price. Parrish lays the price j who, raise Moore poultry tells Florida to buy resident from 111 STARKE FLA. STRflMAY

company Consultation as payment la carries part no or In obligation full on a funeral. I J has ranged from $9 to $18 a bun- reliable dealers and say plenty i CALL & COURT

of them are close to home. l

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..,, "w 25, 1951 nnADFonn COUNTY
Methodist Junior Choir I "H-r grandson Larry Van Alstlne. and their children Enlce Jr : .tmllarlv Ingratiating with Jl>an and their friend-----Mr--,--and-Mr.

Mr and Mrs. J. B. Dixon) of Sarah Ann, Carol and Bobby. at Bennett again proving an admirable Wallace of New TV.clford. Mass are
j&4J cJWJiy + Jacksonville: recently called, on Mr. Caracas: Venezuela S. A. arrived helpmeet; Elizabeth Taylor back from a vacation trip which
5 and Mrs. J. \V. I
McCormack. Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs R and Don Taylor enacting a they spent in Si* th Florida and
Mr and Mrs. M. M. Williams H. Cox. Associated with Rockf young couple who might be liv- Cuba. They repi rt a wonderful
spent Saturday in Dunnellon with fetter Foundation the BratUhawe ling next door; and, Billie Burke time. d
Mr and Mrs Frank WiHiams. I
I are here for two months' and Moroni Olsen providingIlau&lIs
a vaca Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Finlry and
4I Claude May was among tion and their plans include a stay as the rival la-laws. Mrs. F. Novotny attended the
the supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.Fred regular
I with Mr. Bradshaw'a relatives in meeting of the O.E.S. which
Methodist Dodd>
Lt Church ChurchThe i';: at Keystone on Fri- Texas. '
day night before attending the was held in Starke Monday eve
r First Mr and Mra. D. L. Shaw of LaCrosse LAKE GENEVAMy nlng.
U invitation la extended Methodist Church of Hampton School play. Guests of
at the FirstChur'h Starke cordially Invites ybu to attend the Mays this week were Miss I were dinner guests (at Me. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Wagner were
worship of starKe, this services of worship on Sun Vonclle Kelly, of Starke and Mrs.J. and Mrs P. S. Crews Sunday. Blanche Cunningham: I In Gainesville Saturday OQ busi
I 11 o'clock hour day, May 27. Church School begins r C Cochran of Theressa. I Mr, and Mra. R. 'A. Wells and ness
At the pastor's message'Ono at 9:45: every Sunday mornIng il'r Friends of Charles Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Stephens Mrs Mrs. T. M. Ftnley Mrs. F. No-'

IP the Lord." During: (the with the adult division meeting Mr and Mrs. O. L, Davis enjoyedthe I Isabel Edwards and Misses Mary votny and Miss Lillian Gentry Pvt. Elmer JohnsPvt.
Wells and Joan and .
will\ sing and Mrs. In the Woman's Club Building delightful birthday party given Nancy Mynl- spent Friday! In Jacksonville onFriends
choir nan, all of Jacksonville
f will be at the organ The new officers of the WSCS him on Saturday night, May 9th were dinner business Elmer Johns, who began
nova guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. C.
t evening the service will and of the Wesleyan Service Guild honoring his 19th anniversary Wallace sympathize with Mrs his basic training at Fort Hood
Lnnal Baccalaureate Ser- !will be installed at the Sunday Among out of town guests attending marked Sunday the evening The occasion Sue Myrick In the loss of her only Texas on April 30, was one of

the high' Bch001- The morning worship service to be 1 were Mr. and Mrs. John C. of Mr. U'ells.birthday anniversary brother Charles Spuilook which occured eight men chosen from 400 to
glad to have this op- held In the Woman's Club. The Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Kirby In an Orlando hospital recently work at the Headquarters Command
Green of East Palatka and Following an extended visit with
to ,pen I Its doors to the Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will He also passed his test for
friend" from Ralford. Mr and Mrs. \V. K Fengls. Mrs
JIg, seniors and the facul- preach on the subject, "The Out. I School Ne\\H C F. Edwards J. Madlgan of Coral Gables and Officers\ Candidate School.
went Miami Wednesday
schools, as well as the reach of Faith". .. I Philadelphia! Pa. culled on his old'
i l'and friends of students.II j e.lry" The play "Aunt Lrtty's Niece" for rf stay with Mr. and friends the Gentrys' Sunday. Mr Ills address Is: Pvt, Elmer L..
be adequate seating for Sunday evening the Melhodlatr given by the eighth grade last Mrs. H. \V. Perry. En route tc1 iladigan was formerly In outlines Johns USM08UCW, HQ & HQ Co.

( Lewis D. Haines will will join with members of the other Friday night was a grand sue- I their home from Akron. Ohio, Mr. here. C C 'B", 1st Arm'il. Div. Fort
churches of Starke for the B <-estt. The class Is going to use the and Mrs Perry were overnight
message to the graduat- ; ... Mr and Mrs. Leonard llamni Hood t, Toxa
;J v 4Pictured pRev.
H. S. Baccalaureate
Service "
Way?" : in the moncv to buy a projector for the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Feagle
at 9:45 First Baptist Church. above la the Junior Choir of the First Methodist Church school Tuesday.
Rv S'hool meets :
Bull. staff' of teachers and|' The Seniors and Intermediate which was heard in the special Mother's Day service In the Woman's Rev R. C. Gray preached the During the paRt wackmd Mr

[supervised by Oils Wig- Methodist Youth Fellowships will Club building The choir is directed by Mrs. J. R. Wainwright. '-accalaurente sermon In the school and Mrs. E. J. Yarborough had tut

Fralnlng Union gathers atU meet as usual at 7 p. m. on Sunday Shown In, the picture from left to right, are (front row) Mary \1I.l.torlum. last Sunday afternoon. their visitors Mr. and Mra. Albert Lewis I). Haines Pastor

unions for each group evening. Catherine Wainwright Roberta Couch Susan Slade Betty Lou Wainwright The. stage was beautifully decorated Yarborough and their children. of

.1 by J. T. Lawson. ;_.(second row) Margaret Ann Phillips, Flora Slade Kathleen bits with T. J. cut Alderman flowers donated and Mrs.by Gainesville and Mrs J. B Johns FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke

|Lek service is held week- St. Mark's EpiscopalFriday Scanlan. Marilyn Hernwall; (third row) Carol Temple Martha Weldon Marshall Matchett and children of Klngtley Village. ,

45: p.m. on Wednesday. I Tom Smith Jimmy Hobbs [). Bitch Green; (fourth row) Irving Our school is planning a community I Thursday night Mr. and Mrs It Jffcrwn & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town

t find a friendly welcome Hay 23, 7:30: p.m. Covington, Archie Green, Pat Hobbs, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, Sonia picnic for our school children M. Richards Jane Richards and PHONES( : Office 231- Pastnrium 130
first Baptist of Starke the" Instruction Class, Rev.. Fre Mth' the "singing tower. Yerkes. May 25. attended the Shrine Mlnlstrel In
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:15 P.M.
: :
Jacksonville.Mr. .
Sunday, May 27 9:30: a. m.
TF1C I I OP JESUS UW SAINTS CUBIST Church School. 11 a.m. Morning At The TabernacleThe and \Mrs., J. R. Chateen. Jr Sunday School 9:15: A.M.: Training Unions 6:15: P.M.

School every Sunday Prayer and Sermon Rev. Yerkes. HAMPTONBy and their young son, J. Roy, Sril.. l\Imw" ":SERVICE: WEDNESDAY, 7:15 P.M.
jv 110 a m. Sacrament Servo colorful flowers In the STATE FARM of Starke spent) the pnut weekend .

I p. m. A cordial invitation Airpark BaptistSunday Tabernacle and Chapel during the Mr: M. C. Sweeney I lly Mr. Bryan \VtiltfleMU with \Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Morning "One Lord"

dad to all.OST.L past week were gifts of thought. Eveningllnccnlaureute Service
School at 9:43: : Lacy ful friends and much appreciated Hampton !School Graduate Spencer Tracy Stars ? I
Miss Helen hll'h..a.IO"hh"I.l'HI..r :Message'hich! Way
IIOLTVESSSt. School Friday evening,
Conway Sunday Supt. Nine boys and girls will gradu
the Orient- Dobbs announces the In New Film '
and Temple Ave. Morning Services 11.00: Deutsch representing ate from the 8th !grade and receive :
School 9.49: : a. m.: Mom- B. T. U. 6:15: Missionary Society, brought a their certificates! on Friday marriage of his daughter Norma At Florida VISIT THE CIIITKCII WITH[ THE VISITING PASTOR
Whitehead ol f SundayThe _. .
hip 11 a. m.; Evangella- Evening Worship 7:30: graphic description of the work night all plan to enter Bradford lein. to Corp. Billy ._. u' _. Jo ." .. .'
ilces 7.00: p. m. Everyone Come worship with us. done In foreign countries and the High School this coming fall. The the U S. Air Force on Tuesday captivating Banks family n. n. "

I I Rev. L. G. Hemmlngway, Pastor I great need of more missionaries graduates are Virginia Williamson May 15 In 1 Klngnland, Georgia. The. whoso adventures In "Fatln-r nf .. .. .-, .. .. .. h. S
.e 1 Mrs. Vlrgle Avery of. Penney 1 Margaret Hersey, Marilyn Impressive ceremony was performed the Bride" provided one of Holly '
Farms, accompanied oy jviesaame Elland. Donald Slade, Frankle by the Methodist minister RevEtheridge wood's most hilarious movies arc HEAR: PASTOR BOn (;RAI'SUNDAY

Holmes Wilson, Vanderwalker, Loper. Tracy Jones, Rothell Jones, In his home. The groom. back again In a follow-up picture 8 P.M.:
and Foy, attended the Ladles'I Ray Brookins and Jay Alderman. la the son of Mrs. A W. Whitehead entitled "Father's Little Divi-

Prayer meeting Thursday after W.M.IT.The Sr of Union County. Both dend." It will be the feature t attraction -
noon.Mr Women's- Missionary Union Corp. and Mrs. Whitehead were at the Florida Theatre 'Huz and Buz'Will
and Mrs. Godwin and met In the home of Mrs. Edward graduates from Union County this Sunday and Monday.

friends. of Jacksonville attended Saxon on Thursday afternoon High School Lake Butler. In 193O Spencer Tracy's, portrayal of the be the Sermon Topic for the Evening Service
the Sunday morning Tabernacle with ten present. "Love Lifted, Sunday Corp. Whitehead returnedto man who finds It difficult to nron
service. Me" was the opening songfollowed his post at Tucson, Arizona cUe himself to the fact that he FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton'Bible
t by a prayer by the President, where Mrs. Whitehead will join has reached the grandfather stageIs
Christian ChurchThe Mrs. K. B. Watters*!. The him soon. both humorous and touching School 10 A.M.: B, T U. 7 P.M.

(5IA e Leader Mrs. Mary Williams, had Itrlilgp. flub Meeting and hU scenes with the baby Morning Worship 11 A.M.
friendly church (In the heartof her reading from the Book of Pink and while gladioli with the whoso! Initial antipathy toward
town extends a welcome to all Matthew. Members gave talks contrasting blue of stokesla weir him turns to affection are a sheer THE CHURCH WITH A CONCERN: FOR

to attend worship at their services on Missionary work In various iced effectively by Mrs. W. N. delight.. TI I LOST"
Our Bible school begins at 10 a places. Minutes were read and North in decorating her home for The others In the rmpectlv
.. .. .. _
m. with C. W. Colson as Superln approved with Mrs. R. C. Gray her meeting of the State Farm Banks and Dunatao families are : _" '. _:. coO' ,.
tendent. There are classes for all giving the closing prayer and all Bridge Club Thursday afternoon of ---
Morning Worship sang "Blest be the Tie." Mrs. last week Mrs. DeWItt Sinclair
age groups.
service at 11 a. m. The Lords Sup. Saxon served, during the social joined the players for the dessert
LUi per is served at 11:15: a. m. hour cookies. and punch. Mrs course that the hostess served before
D. W. Johnson will entertain the the progressions. When scorefwere
If you .do not have a way tc June
meeting. j added Mrs. Herbert Thorn
Bible School Church. We wll J'
and Regret is expressed that C. received the high prliw and Mrs
get away for you. Just call 225or : -. Tidwell Is First
confined this week to P. D. Fancher the second high choice where
drop a card during the.week.toMr. Alarhua Hospital, In Gainesville, Mrs. H. J. Kucera was lucky in

Swlndall. where h* has been seriously ill, X- "bingo" and to her guest player,
big de luxe 10.8-cu-ff '" The evening services begin at 7 Rays have been taken and trans. I Mrs. J. P. Warren of Jacksonville
p.m. with Christian Endeavor. fusions given and it Is hoped his Mrs. North presented a gift.
Evangelistic services at 8 p. m, health will soon improve. 11two\
Mrs. P. S. Crews and a group
G-E Everyone plan to attend. daughters Mrs. Walter G. Herln, of junior Initiates that Included the
Prayer meeting Wednesday at and little son, Rickey and Mrs. Patricia Willard, Margaret Walk.pr goings toughest

8 p. m. our study Is the 23rd Christine Johnson both of Macon Janice Blume, Carolyn Crews
Chapter of Acts. Bring along ,Ga. have been visiting him. and Bobble Faye Sweat, attending
the price of an 8 ) Bible for the study. your/ Mrs J. W. Bedenbaugh returned the State Contention of the Wood
to her home after
Homer Swindall, Saturday men Circle In Jacksonville Satur-
spending four. days In GlendaleHoflnltal.

.. Palntkn... Hot ulutpr... MlssEmma day.Mr.
St. Edward's CatholicRev. ----r---- : and Mrs. J. II. Bitch of
Hicks of Plant City Is
as. dinner guestsof .
Klngsley Lake were
this week with her
William H. Neuhaus, spending
pas Mr. and Mrs H. M Richarde at
SuV r
Word was received here r
tor. I
day night of the death of Mrs. Cal- noon Sunday.Mr.
Sunday Mass at 9:13: : a. m. '
lie Watterson 88, which occurred and Mrs. Enlce Dradshaw
Weekly Confessions Mass Saturday at 8: a. 11\5:00: to In Norfolk, Va. She was the JLEAR AFTER YF.AR. Standard) Oil farm fucli -

6:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8.30: P. M. mother of Kad Watterson and Standard Tractor Fuel Standard Diesel Fuel
....... Children's Catechism Classes,! grandmother of Owen Simmons.Mr. ,
and Mrs. Simmons left Monday WELDINGWo Crown'and
Saturday 10:00: a. m. / and Crown Extra Gasolines lead
Instruction to attend the funeral servicesn

I courses Adult'every Religious Sunday"? to 8 P. M., South Hill, Va. on Tuesday of. L STANDARDin popularity( on the farms of this State This

and by special appointment.The ternoon. fl \ popularity( is the result of the dependable per
public is cordially Invited. Mrs D. W. Swindall spent the I DIE I S E L:'
spia nast week in South Florida vlslt- \\,0
these fuels !have delivered
""* on the job!
Church of Christ tog.relatives. ..
: :
Mrs O. P. Wadsworth returned JY"0'1IIdnu

Corner 10th and McMahon Sunday from a weeks' MIKht- "plng ..... Whatever type of tractor you 'drive, we can
Bible School-10 A. M. tour with friends In Virginia and offer the J people' of Starke .
Preaching-11 A. M. and< 7:30: Washington supply you with a fuel designed to develop the

P. M. Mrs. T. C. Chastaln and "-ter. fend vicinity one of the most maximum performance the manufacturer built
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Mrs. W L. Andrews of Starki, recently -
ach Wednesday 7:30 P. M. returned from a motor trip modern and finest equipped into your tractor a fuel you can depend on

Everyone welcome.Presbyterian to Ft. Lauderdale Palm Beach welding shops anywhere.All .
and Miami. They were afompanled for more power to your farming.
Work GuarantredSMITH'S
Church home by another sinter -
Mr*. J. L. Chancey, who at present,
9:45: : Sunday School. l Is visiting Mrs. Chaxtaln. Her GARAGEAND 4/ Phone or write and we'll be glad to have

10 a. m. Friendship Bible Class home Is In West Palm Beach
MACHINE SHOP our route salesman call.
11 a.m. Services conducted by Bobby Durden of Savannah. Gaiand

Dr. Charles Bair of Penney Farms. Harry Smith of St. Augu-tlne'l I Temple Ave Starke -
Prayer meeting 8 o'clock every, visited their friend Earl N<,rman

Thursday night. here. .

M. and Mrs. E. D. Allen have .
CHIRCII OF GOD had relatives from Oklahoma as
1951 MODEL 1D10REFRIGERATOR 8th & St. Clair SU. their house guests. e INSURANCE rlum

Sunday School 10 a.m. Butler Dixon, of Kings Mountain '
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a-m N. C. arrived Saturday for .
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m a weeks' visit with his c uislnsM. -7
E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m I -- :: ;
r. P. L. Watterson and K. B. Walter.SOS. "
You cant like this get a anywhere refrigerator today bargain Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p." c.':: .-. .- .-I ---0-: ;

And besides this is General! Mrs. Ernest HUnter and children ; _
g G Electric, the most preferred re !ST. :MARKS EPISCOPAL of Pomano spent Saturday /f!! __ "

frigerator. Friday May 18: Instruction night with relatives here Mrs, I / \
2 -, Acrou-the-top Freezer-Butter class, Rev. Fred Yerkes. 7:30: P. \ \
9 Carolyn Ogden also of Pompano 'S ',- 1111111?: \
Redi- Church Schoo' '
Conditioner new m Sunday May 20: recently called on Mrs Ellen Sax- '
Cube Ice Trays Aluminum 9:45: a. m. Morning Prayer. Rev. fJ.JflUJjfVI; r
Shelves Deep 11 a. m. I on.Mr.
for vegetablet-full de luxe A. L. Fenderson, I and Mrs. T. J. Alderman lIlt19(
features have had Mrs. / : ; '.
INearly I See the NEW REMINGTON:: I' as recent guest fJA r
II 1 cubic feet but Portable Type'Hltrr at the Bradford Cora Marshbum of Tallahassee, E'1& t FA'N
it's still got 21% more food- Telegraph.' All the ad and Mrs. April Weath rgn-e and 4 a
'IS BIG/ OFFER storage space than c'der!: pact County of a standard machine In friends Mrs. Lany of Branford. f/
Fon occupying the same floor antage ASK Stout 74 I' ;
MITED convenient portable .Iu.s.FREE Mother's Day guests al the "
But. mcxt Important, you get
Y, ",,,..11.11' food prtttrvutioH beRRY Hampton Lake home of Mr and r
cause: of new basic O-E design Mrs. Leaston Wynn were. Mr. and I s'c
HURRY features. Come in and let us Mrs. J. P. Hazen and daughter of Insurance
I & t
show you. Ocala Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan
For Prompt FREE with Teddy and Sue of "
of Dead Crippled, & Worthless Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Charley E. John

o McGriff Cattle. Horses, Mules Quigley Starke and Mr and Mr*. Agency !

C1C1'ST. STAKKE FLA. & Hogs I Wesley U J. Wynn Andrews of Hampton.and Mrs. Mrs.Are Phoo IS HTARKE, FLA I STANDARD OIL COMPANY /KENTUCKY( )

Call 132, StarkeWE Moltt of Starke were also recent .., .., I
Authorized Deafer COME I II guests, along with Mr. and Mrs. -. I

ALWAYS S. E. Kennedy of Keystone ..... ...:.1

EHERAL ELECTRIDREFRIGERATORS [; Florida Renderers, Heights.Mrs.. .Guests Newbern of Cocoa "._..iWn, TH TRAVCLCM. Hrtfor 1 PHONE 83 K. G. DUNCAN, AGENT

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Softball Schedule -' I est botanical phenomenon known 'DISCOVERED' IT I I Railroad Town of Wildwood

k Hit By Forfeits [-That Flower'sHere to tiny man bulb taki"the place.leafless Growing stem of froma the HE IN 1790 I For One-Time Brakeman Chia..._-Plan5, ''" i i

like the wire 1 "Obit
flower looks grass
Past Week Evidently the citizens of Wild. ,
During Maj'
As I ,)
with which It freely mingles. I roVt. te
I wood are not going to be outdoneby that hllllt
Humphreys and Shuford. wit '' the eastern sky begins to lighten Starke In honoring Charley B. I Wl1dw 0'h.. enUr. .

four wins each remained lied fo: Again! ..-..-....--. ."-, .. ,,"r. about 5 o'clock of a May morning, I Johns, President-designate of the official Od an o, 'L*
the bud at the end of the wiry stem I of
Softball leagu n.\ the
top position lu the : : 1953 Florida Senate. Prelate 80i
starts to and at sunrise the the
this week. ., open The April 26 Issue of. the "Wild- : on our, high bt..,
reached a lov v I c:7III | flat woods of the restricted area rlghtfun,
League activity wood Echo" contained the following 'own elr Ct.!.,
will In which they U a beautiful :ted
point during the past week b Specimens of Bartram's Jxia the lovely lavender flower I covered with large lavender complimentary article concern. of the Snal.dellrnaill
and one ; sight, a04
f two forfeits by FFA wen'I that thrives in the pine flata between Starke and Lawtey and flowers whose petals are so thin Ing Senator Johns: ernor in ]j953: Lior

I Alvarez. Tonight's of games the\ donkey. practically nowhere else in the world will soon grace I they "melt away" under the heat Back In 1923 a young countryboy .,
because ; /1'-'
canceled had been watching the trains .,
herbariums in I .
some of the leading "Universities and museums of the mid-morning sun. '", ..
I bicycle game. going through his hometown on
t in the Bradford Countlans
Humphreys beal country. Even among
Monday night and FFA forfelte Ij I Hardly a season goes by with the flower Is little known and seldom the Seaboard Railway, and In his
16-12 WANTED
. Hercules : I heart longed to be one of the happyand
out some naturalist or botanist er'I aUII-a noticed. Although they !
to Shuford. :1 tissue-thin petals Mr. fortunate trainmen that he *
fizzled out Tuesdaj' riving here to make a pllgrtmag, along U. S. :aol for about a had
Both gamea he believed he knew how it could met several occasions.
on when the
night when Alvarez forfeited t<:'I to the site where the flowers grov v be done by pressing between sheets mile midway between Starke and PULPWCROSS1

Shuford and FFA to Camp Bland best, and this year Is no exception" of cellophane. If he is successful Lawtey, to the speeding motorist trains werq' switching' car., or
side for another
'I The other. clay a lively personagi'1 they appear only as a purplish tinge tracking train.
Ing: he will send specimens to the Gray The "railroad fever" !
., struck
weeks schedule Is aa follows who announced himself as Willian 2 Herbarium at Harvard the University 1 to to an otherwise green woods- soon
Next Guild naturalist of Boston and St. of ; herbarium land. The observer must stop his WILLIAM KARTRAM him sojiard that he came to Wildwood and Pine Ti
: Pennsylvania ; I
Monday night: Shuford VI I Petersburg arrived at the Telegraph Carnegie Museum Pittsburgh; and car, get out and walk among them and entered the service aa

Hercules; FFA vs Humphreys. office and aaked If we wouli I the National Herbarium Smithsonian I I'I to appreciate their beauty. He said that ftlr, Small had managed I train brakeman on the Seaboardwith S
direct him to. where the floweri. 'I and the headquarters In Wildwood.
I Tuesday night: Camp Blandtng p Institute, Washington D. They defy transplanting, to transplant a few and

vs. Hum[>hreys; FFA vs Alvarez are found. C. flower-lover who attempts to pick make them live for a limited time i'With a Job he knew'would keep him Will Par

Player on all teams are urgedto Mr. Guild, a bachelor, stated thai I them for enjoyment In his home Is under hothouse. conditions but here, he arranged to make his

watch the schedule and reportat I| after 38 years in the real estat< Nelson He was directed to Ole home between of doomed to disappointment. The transplanting on a large scale under home with Mrs. Martin; where he Highest Cajl

the time so there ;will be business he had retired and Is now r Green about midway gossamer petals wilt almost as normal conditions l la apparently remained until he- returned to his FOR
proper -
forfeited games. doing what he wants to do-devoting .' Starke and Lawtey and returned I soon as the stem Is broken antI home town to enter the Insurance ANY SIZES

no more his full time to. the study 01. later saying that young Salpinffostylis Coelestina they will not last, even though ll Impossible. business and politics.
DcRltch Green had graciously con. For anyone who has never seen
nature. It seems that he'collect I -It Likes Bradford County-,;' immersed In water. This boy, now a man. Is our own. I

Work Progressing specimens of rare plants and ani. sented to to him serve the as fields! guide where, pointingout the j; When asked to explain why the the Ixias blooming, it Is well worthan popular Charley E. Johns, who SEEA..F.RL

1' On RR Siding mall and sends them, without Ixias bloom most profuely.This For the next century and a hairBattram's flower Is found In this limited area early morning trip to see the came here from Starke and entered i|
charge to various institutions, and appnrently nowhere else In ,sight that is being unfolded here |the service of the Seaboard 28 years

. I Crosstles were being laid yesterday _Mr. Guild said he was not interested fascinating flower with the I r"lost" tp botanists.and Ixla was apparently the world. Guild said "It's inex- this month. Drive slowly along the'' ago. Charley as we all know him
track not rediscovered -
for the new railroad spur In money-only In keeping million-dollar scientific name of until 1931 when pllcable. Apparently, they do not I highway until you spot the purple later became a member of the At '

that the Seaboard and the State young and having a good time- "salpingostylls coeloatlna' has [1C. Small of the New York Dr.Botanical John- grow from. seed that can be blown I tinge, then get out and inspect the I Wildwood Brotherhood of Railway Starke Tan

Marketing; System Is constructing and he seemed to be doing both. been causing excitement among Gardens found the elusive by wind or carried by birds or 1 flowers closely. Even the most Trainmen, and the Tampa order of )'JlOXE If

to furnish rail facilities to the Mia motto Is: "Success Is getting botanists since William Bartram flower blooming In the flat flowing water nor the type that II I hardbitten realist should get a Railway Conductors. In which he Starkej's" 1\

Starke Farmers Market. what you want. Happiness Is wantIng described "azure fields of cerullan pine | sticks to. the wool of animals orjl t Lhrlll, out of knowing he is seeing! still hold membership carda with
; that the siding will what ixea" woods north of Starke. .. .,
It Is expected you get. following his expedition ,, the clothing of people. Therefore, I i sight that comparatively few 27 years of seniority which he pro '-. -- ..
be complete by the first of next Although the ixta Is extremelyhard through the then Indian-infested There through May and early there is no way In which they can c ther people have been able to en-I tecta'with leaves of absence agreements .

: ., bulk week,of In Bradford time to help County's carry current oft the to preserve because of its- Florida peninsula about 1790. June-each-.. year one of the atrang-| spread." | j|oy.'in his and runs required to hold ,


corn crop. Public Asked United States currency at time!I, Eventually the "political bug"
To Make Nominations.
of Florida
purchase. growers stung Charley believing as a member -

would do well before selling any. 1 of the Florida legislature, he

CLASSIFIED I Serves For Rotary Club Citizenship Award thing from their farms to make I II could fight for railroad employees'

certain that the purchaser is bonded : legislation. He was successful in
I unless they get the cool cash In I| his campaign, and his power on the
MAL.10! I1KL.I'V AN rKL: >-Hue In ex.pannlon The- second annual hand. Those who ship on consignment -' legislative
we need two more men In Citizenship floors soon made for him .,
to call on farmer Kxperlenrt. Award to be made by the Starke NOMINATION BLANK or. trust a persuasive buyer I'many friends, and he was constant

, not neoeHMary. Home Writ.Ir eveiy nla"htReference HK. with their produce without knowIng ly fighting for laws that would
required Rotary Glut) will announced sometime ANNUAL CITIZENSHIP AWARD
Urattolu, I all II. Clark atKreeport. that he is bonded do so at help the railroad employees and
:; 2ti|> BI3HBALKHMA.V In June W. H. Graham club
Ill : ROTARY Civil OF TARKE their own risk." labor

I WANTED-Quit lookIng AustriaLeon president said yesterday.The His popularity and 'fairdealingswith I
work. E.tablleh yoiirnelfIn ... .
I a fur profitable Hawl l l..h UUN|. winner of the the award Hartman Gets Patent all the other members of the

, nee. lie )our own bom. No experience will be announced after a careful r\VO.UI.D LIKE TO NOMINATE Senate was rewarded recently
mediately, neueennry.Kawlelffh'i." Dept.Writ FAK- W. Carter, son of Mr. and study by a committee composed On InventionStarke with his colleagues designating ,

t J70-S1H M.n"hl.r"nn, ItnWANTEM Mrs Lonnie Carter of Highland. of one representative from eachof Charley as President of. the Senate REWP0k

--10 CARPENTER HELP. I IFJtM. Is now stationed In Austria after the local civic clubs. .- has an Inventor. for the 1953 session by unanimousvote.
U per hou,. Htart May to.tthlrt training with the combat engineers Any person has the right to (Print Name In Full) 'Albert Hartmann local manufacturer .

l factory job., Bring your Haw I it Fort place a name In nomination for and farm operator is This Is unusual C
and hammer ('ont..et.1. M.\ Kdwarde Benning. an honor anJ
Citizen For IVar
as outstanding :: of BradfordCounty TYPE
1 or Phone 94, Itp the award, and the attached coupon being issued a patent by the any Senator so selected by hi,.
June 30. 1951. .My reason for this nomination U as follows: :
. FOR RENT-timmfn.. flout milk for Senate Pays TributeTo may be used for this purpose goverment for his Invention ft a working coUeagues as their presiding .
.ale, good for ulcerated atonwch.i Just fill\ it in and malt It to T.. H. device which when attached tc I officer Is held In high esteem -
I asthma etc. K".. I* B. Jordan, HI. Late E. M. Johns Slade W H. Graham to the liquid containers provides disposable -
i 1. Box lOt Htarke. FI... f' HlI4OHT > or a not only lit the legislative
newspaper office.In drinking lip. I halls but over the entire State.
, -On May 12. Lord Nigin The State Senate last week uninlmously -
Watch without fare, If found return maklnfthls annual award the The device Is a metal ring which j 1 Only one who has been known to
to ":rn..t. Phltllpe and re. I Irel adopted a resolution to fact clamps to the deal fairly and I
the of
,... r""rd I lonor the late Everett Markley Rotary emphasizes top a can such i squarely with legislative

Johns of Starke that the person so honored Is not (Use separate sheet of paper If more space U. needed) as those which contain Juice or members and Justly with
hLKhnrnn White by authorizing '
FOR BALE-aO bin i beer. A fits Inside the public's) confidence! Is selectedfor USETYPE OUR
all laylne JljlOAlbert I eHch. hat, an Oil portrait of the former selected ort a "Popularity contest" -- -_..- paper cup the I I :
O. Xruue. Rt, t.'Wr.* ring the connection between the this high office.. : .
CII.1tp Senator be hung In the Senate basis. The-man of woman selected landing. In the opinion of the Ice to the community through Red I I and the The President ot
cup open or punctured the State Senate -
hamber: at Tallahassee receive nomination, he'-will receive the award. Cross and other channels. I '
FOR IIA.B-P"dlll...' maleCrlrker might only one judges can being made feak-proof by the Is not gMy-tne presiding officer
rlpanlel. T mn.- old.- Apply Bradford _Johns._ was named president. 'if service The award last June went I Nominations for the award must I I
('... _Telenraph.- It of 'Senate but his contribution of (first I. pressure of the ring. The liquidcan over the senate,"bnt'has the' sole
ieslgnate Ute 1933 by I
I:he Democratic holdover to the .community is most Out. to Mrs. W, R. Morse for her serv'- be made by June 1. then be drunk from the cup, responsibility' of selecting and. appointing EASY
PALF-t -ft. retrlveratnr I ---'-"- --- --- --
FOR 1 3-4 ton alr-runrtltlim 1 unit. II. luring the legislative session of without coming Into contact with altcommltteeg that handle
,. 1/111 Call $'. He the top of the After I I legislation" be
C Dumpier I 1931. Death on Janurary 6, 1932 SERVICE OFFICER GIYES FACT SHEET Farmers Warned can. drink. written into law, PAYMi
fled Ing the liquid, the cup would be or rejected as Improper': laws InCaSe
FOR SALE!:-New HampMhu-e >revented him from realizing the '
Fryer*.-.1. 1'.. Whit, Rt. *. floe I lonor. ON.BENEFITS UNDER G. I. BILL Not To Deal With disposed of. The ring would be I of a vacancy In tlie- Governorship P.LMSmall
TI Stark 21p .. saved for future during his
use. two
I years' tenure
His brother, Senator Charley E. Unqualified Buyers
FOR flo\LF-2 to I lit,. Broiler I The following Fact Sheet prepared -[subjects such as an over-all pro- The idea for the device as President of the Senate
blooil. Fohna of Stark, has been deslg- originated DounlV|
Ih. Feedrr Plgii. good law business
See RIo K R. Hammond, mil. tfouth: lated as the 1953 president of the by A. ';. Thomas Jr. Brad. gram of engineering education. etc. A Commissioner of Agriculture when Hartmann, formerly I Charley Johns would assume the Balance M(*!

___on___KeVHtone__________lid.________ ________ItO__ I Jenate. ford County Service Officer, administration Nathan Mayo has released a state. In the beer business noticed peo- Governorship of Florida This high
FOR SAM1:-New i-wheel Trailer.Tlny'n covers In. detail cut-off'dates for single subject within a course. ment Intended as a tip-off to Florida ple complaining of the trouble in honor came to Charley as a result ASK FOR DEl
: Hervlr Station, Tempi; Four Senators joined in Intro- World War II veterans who are would not be a course In Itself. growers, directing attentionto trying to drink from cans. He ,: of merit and service well perform

I Ave. $rUark Itt d luclng the resolution today and eligible to apply for, or are making One Change/ offCourae., v the importance of making cer set out to produce something ed, and we all wish for "our CharIcy" 1.
I lecurlng, Its Immediate Ye. by using ouiKJwriter
I : HKKINKIi. ; Oil't'L.1with means adoption. application for benefits under Public. Law 610 permits one lain that buyers of farm produce I which would eliminate the great distinction and success,
will take email child to ralee, lOa 1 rhey are S. Dllworth Clarke of dripping dub Piifl,i w
the GI Bill of Rights (Public Law of course' application as our State's
their. own. All cnrreHpniKlencenfinfldentlal. change upon had qualified under the Florida and spilling of liquids from next senior lawmaking .
Aditree lion 431-11, I *ilontlcello who formerly servedn 346)) and the Vocational Training This will not be in effect after' the Agricultural- Bond and License I body's presiding officer payment will fti *

FOR RFoNT-Furnl.h. apartment.I ',ey Johns; Lloyd F. Boyle of San- (Public Law 16). eductlonal objective must be applied '"Specifically," said Commissioner I first effort was a plastic With this honor r\\
fentrane. ord W. A. Shands Gainesville ring embodying: the same brought to all
comfortable. Private of principles
convenient Cut-Off I
Date and while In
\\ht-n U the for
approved Mayo "I wish to warn of us sod jroab'i'
watermelon now -
.. Private bath Lights A. ?nd, Amos Lewis of Marlanna. as the present device. rallwa'y employees, as well as
Adult. 311 W. I IWnehlturfn I The GI bill states that a vet r.an's Reasons for change of [
wnter rurnUheil. "n4. The resolution points out that training1. growers whose melons will I Hartmann has already received to all citizens of Wildwood It is year to pay the hilt
education. trainIng to the VA : I
course course satisfactory art soon be rolling to market fitting
r that and
i offers from firms proper that small chug
C harley: Johns life anxious to we arrange carrying
LADIItI4 I I.RT Mm! 1>O all your paint. enteredpublic "shall be initiated not lat r (a) Unsatisfactory progess for reasons they should be on. the alert against 'chase the for pur. I'I IOrdee a celebration for "our uilB
t patent the Charley"with wait? in
Inlf. Apnrtntent and room ,I IKeaennablo o continue his' brother's public than four years after either the other than misconduct: unbonded purchasers. gadget. a -come

flaU.'a<'Unn only auaranteed 75n per L.eav hour.ad| S ervlcfe anj) legislative career by date of his discharge or the termination neglect or lack of application. (b) The Florida act passed In 1941 I with a luncheon gathering fish la fry Jarrell barbeque Park portable beauty tdr

drenH at 3116. Church $t. fall: for1 i, r epresentlng the lame conatltu- of. the present war whichever When new objective is more in requires purchasers of farm of Publication *nil ....II... Tel I and Invite all or new, exclusive (aW''
Pop. I will eee you os> coon a. e ncles, first In the House and crops 4flnenr Toi members of the b..Fad
th. later." Termination : with veteran's aptitude, !I Florida ins Miracle T
pneelhle. C Itp. I Is keeping from producers to qualify by obtaining Shirley, W Tuck Senate, the legislative
[ I Ii Iter In the Senate. of the war, for GI bill purposes, previous education. training and license and filing bond n..ln..t you according to la"" press members, Governor Key Simplified
FOR RENT Durable. oI9a.-ln I It Is the custom. of the Florida WITNF93 my hand unit. ] Fuller
apartment Large Hhndy )'111'<1. was fixed at July 25, 194T other pertinent facts. (Ic) When guaranteeing the payment for the of our Circuit Court this the 9th Peal Warren who Is a staunch friend of Cbanor...AN!) IiCJ
Apply Mr.. W. Ii. Nnllman or Mr\ ''S lenate: to. have portraits of Its veterans discharged -I is normal i ,,' \tnv. 1951. day I Senator
Therefore, (1) new cotta a progressionfrom product bought from the producer. i Johns, officials uab*
I of the J Just the right
O. L. l.linln. 201 W. Madlxnn. (OFPICMt. 8Rt.l
residents A .T
and In Thom..1!
p painted hung I
or. before July 25."11.17 current! course and will help I This often : Seaboard
4tn KI8PAIT on act, referred to as tne Clerk of the Circuit Court Railway and, of course, best typing per/oJ' "
tl he
chamber. The resolution points (and this Includes most World attain an educational or. vocational 'cash on Ute barrelhead' act, waspassed Bradford, Counfv. Flor'rfft' I the citizens of Sumter
FOR HAf.K-75o per 100 -! 0 ut that the picture of Everett By Haven Croeby, Dp...v ("'. County. TRULY TUB OSU>
Mack Howard, turn left at Sleepy>,.1| War II veterans) must begin 01 objective. No additional changeswill to put an end to transac-, Sill 4t .rk'! It is the Echo's request and de D
Hollow Motor Court, follow elan.Itt i 1'0 farkley Johns already would be bill training by July 25, 1951. (2) be approved except for the tlons under which Florida farmers >___ sire of others that this be taken TYPEWRITUtONAI.

) 5191ntmo tl here but for his untimely death. Veterans dischared after July 25 most cogent reasons.! A change In and growers were often fleeced by -order,..__.of TotIVnluree Publication and :Notice. To up with the local members of the SIZEIBradford!

*. HRPtinnii I start within four years the over-all of study and !I[. Rockafeller I B. of O.R.T., the
.. 194.7 must program accepting payment In the form ot. O.R.C. auxiliaries
All nuke All telfll salt White Wood
i< Avenue Coj
n............ earg.... ..........d.I I Jig Squash Proves' from their date of discharge, ((3) does not include subject changes rubber checks for their produce.The kewond, Vlllaro I the city fathers and the entire
(' ,,,. O.'HIIKIMIKIII. .... Veterans who enlisted or reenlisted within acourse.Exeeptionts sum total of the Lone Peach' s. California citizens of Wildwood
, Court M..*,.ft... ....! under the Voluntary Recruitment to the Cut-Off Date Florida growers under the bad hff* been filed e-alnit you hv F.!",- I "Homecoming" for our. "own
WANTED TO P1JY Pine. ('ypre.a or I Act (between Oct. 6, 19-15 'and Regulation. check system ran Into. thousands gene F*. Rockefeller. .1- In the dr. Charley Johns" as soon

many after the
Hardwood. Pay hl!*;he.' price I Ifltumped Mr and Mrs. M. Latterman I "lt Coii't of Bradford County Flor. Starke t\
or In lump itm. H. II I I u ore In town last Friday exhibiting Oct. 5, 1946), may count the en In lIever Instances, the VA has of dollars per year. Hundreds Mi*' I In Chano.hi.* foriinlelnt nnit present session ends the last ofSTjFrom
Kaarce, Lake Butler Fla. 'I I.n Ure'pe..lod of their enlistment or of carlots of hut the relief therein prayed: for
.. It, a n unusually large early white made special ruling with respect I 1 110" divorce.ThU I
I''callope squash weighing eightnd reenlistment as war service for GI to the GI bill cut-off. date. The cabbage beans, tomatoes, and other I I., therefore, to command you -.-
COMPOSITE BOOKKEEPING SYS. ; bill purposes. They must start I rulings have been necessary to apply vegetables were paid for with to, file voile. written Ronearanr. In I
TEM Ideal for mall" buiitnei.a.1 a a half pounds nld cnu on oe before Mondnv. where I Sit ... by&A'
Rverythlng- need I In .. I The Lattermans raised the training within four years from the the cut-off dates to special-cir spurious checks which bounced I IJune 11. 1911. "| you .hall

.II,....7B.....See.ft.. It at_Bradford Count.*. aWEflfll0 ,quaHft in thel'fine garden a( end of. their enlistment or reenlist.1 cumstances. back In the face of the grower I erv after. on a coo or before of vat;Julv,,' ..' 1..th"1 I: -
ment period. days after his produce had been en,. on S. ,. Scriiitir. .
of the Pry 1 T
t.U t.heir place south of Starke on U. I Following are some special .. a
AND BIRTHDAY CAKEH Cut-Off Dale for Public I delivered to flain..vLll Florida. Attorney for I
I There some distant I
s and
< city
which the VA has the Plaintiff .
tin. Ordr taken at Dubrner'* S I.: 301 They attribute the lushness I Instances Immedlntetv
Olft Phopp. Phone II1-J If f their to the fact Law 18 Trainee? made special rulings: I. Where vet all he had for his hard work wasa thereafter. .file. th..n".I.. ; nf the I
_ 0 vegetables |, nme In m. off'ce' Tnnn .. BO
for PL fwllttre
cut-off date t "One
check TheTolerance
There Is the doleful From
no carrying word.
j i
lIono" IV 1'.P1n It6IIO. tiBaJ1IopIOVItfaI hat they make their-own compost eran has returned to Active Duty; comply .with either" of tne above !

%.pn.. .."... I Ipo. \I/hlch they believe t 18' the best fer- 16 trainees. Such courses! may 2. Servicemen In Training; 3. Correspondence Insufficient Funds' or 'No Ac. '''decree.prr ,oonfeneo. will he enteredw '
.. ...... .. li an.. Iii time after discharge : arab. n '' lw' -
count. I
...... 'IlIzer that be Initiated any Courses. 4. Medical WITPq -'I.tor..t:
rn" f" "" p"Fnn t' obtainable. They say the peel!

Cone_ _* A_ _MNiflA_ ._. Cia._ _. _Ctu.k_ _._ n ot, a single leaf i U wasted on and completed before July. dental and osteopath training. 5 Under the present agriculturalbond of.., Mnv.n.,.. 'M..lt'''H. Court' this. Tth day. 1 -t.--

COTTON RAOS W ANT. D- tl heir place-It all goes Into the 25 1956. I' Teachers In training: 6. Under and license law every dealer (OFF[(" T. SK-"'.. A .T Thom |
CCKAN No pant.. overall.. llk, rayon, Cdun..r. ompost heap.Judging What I.. Meant by "Jnltllktlng"I'I' In agricultural products must obtain Clerk of the CircuIt Conrl In. the main ingredient When hungry '"

..*. BraUfurd County Tel- Training, ? graduates graduate training license from the Commissioner By Haven npdP.r5 Crosby Count*.... .Florida. la our recipe for demo weary children 9
It by the savory qualityf D. > n_l
e.r i h 0 this squash we are Inclined to This means that the veteran Additional Information on veter'ana of Agriculture and file a surety Kilt 4t 111 I Cretin American behaviour. while their men ,lo""*

FOR 1I.\LE-IUt Dodge tUI Panel N.(ruck.Oooil ... FI. a gree. It was mighty good sliced must be actually in training by the who come under any of the above bond for the protection of the JmiM, taught' It. Good folks practice rations. money o. **
condition tag.
'1'. Bhull. au T.mpl Av*. It |li a nd fried In batter.Delinquent cut-off date In order to continue. special Instances may be obtained grower from whom he makes I lift'. It. It's the decent way of not tolerance!
afterwards. Veterans not In trainIng I purchases. Transactions in citrus W.C.T.U. '.

HOUSE FOR and IJALE-a lavnratnry, room hower. ttoilets by that date may not stars I I from the Veterans Administration -I fruit .and dairy products ire not I Guess the "Liquor Lords"really When the selling-o"**;

bath automatic 10-gul. ga water I Tax Sale afterwards, though there are or their local Service Officer. covered by the bond and \license BUY DRYI think they've got a point. poison. corrupts tht cl1

heater quarter. Bargain.mil at of town..oaab.I Set For ThursdayThe some exceptions. Those who have I act.: Violation. of the act constitutes I WILL NOT EAT MY \VF.FLES for tolerance with the old destroys human

; .rlat..f.rm* cnn ld:4. -Ee. a started In time and have continued I a misdemeanor and the first j : BROWN line-." Let's try to see the courages crime, and'

local Strout Real KutBt 1104 S.agent'V. IrdA orwrit annual .ale of. county deInquent In training will be considered In i offense calla for a fine of not less ALONGSIDE ONE WHO GCLPS .other felloWI' Iide in whatever sible for sending mo"
Fred Guy I tM
612$ held temporarily : I than 1250: BEER DOWN. he does. whether hla women to Hell \
.*., Oalnevllle, Fla. 4t I tax property will be training even though or imprisonment up to prefer

FOR RENT-Dalrable clo...lnapartment 1 Thursday, May 31, beginning at Interrupted for summer vacation, I six months, while\ the second or I I'LL TAKE !MY PATRONAGE: ence Is for a glass. of beer or else then. brothtZtime Itarul(

I-erg. chad? yard. Apply loon at the county courthouse or for reasons beyond their control I \ both at the discretion of the court i AWAY buttermilk somebody '
Mr*. \v. H Nollman, or Mr.| i I AND HUNT ME UP When the other out In .order to f1
O. 1.., Llaaln* 201 W. Madlnnn. 1 fhe sale will be conducted by Tax Post Cut-off Dale Training. 1 wlah It were possible said I A NEW U fellow's side some "*
tIp t'tS' (ollector J. R. Kelly. A veteran continuing a course RIRlyAli Commissioner Mayo, "for every, CAFE. buttermilk that's easy to do. "tolerance"

FOR BALE-5-room hou...', S The city' sale of delinquent tax after the cut-off date will be expected Z : : farmer in Florida who sells any I TUB GROCERY WIIFAE I USED But when a man begins to have "Wine Is I 1IIOCk<<

All modern coiivflnlencea. .e..1 .r.iroperty' will be held at 12 noon to pursue his training continuously I I produce from his farm orchard' TO BUY his "temperance" glass of beer. drlng Is raging1: pi

.term..*t *of--
W. Call Ht Phone lit it ialU conditions which normally II Roy Ray of Chattanooga i tells any livestock or poultry products I STAND BY. .sure that drunkard ever intended wise" tpro.

FOR 8ALK- -rnom new house would cause Interruption by any Tena., formerly of Starke : .to know that he Is entitled I'LL NOT GO BACK THOUGH I to become one when he .

cheap. 13 x II. To be moved. CARD OF THANKS student. Once lie completes or announce tile birth of a daughter, I io the protection provided by the GO FAR.'I'Ll. took his first social swig! .

Klnseley Lake at saw__mill.Itp 5th! We wish to express our deep discontinues: his GI BIU course Barbara Louise, May 19, 193L Florida Agricultural Bond and BUY NO GROCERIES O'ER When. I'm driving down the

BUNGALOW ippreclatlort for the flowers, wordsif after the deadline, be may not start Seaman 3-c and Mrs. License Law. All dealers purchasing AB.-\.R. highway, and a whound behind -
-I bedroom. modern til. bath, condolence} and other expras- another course A course Is a program or handling direct from tarm.e. : AUTHOR CNKNOWX. the wheel rraahra... my Bot ray
ventral heating air cooled. Rvery. ions, of sympathy during our rs- of study "or combination of Madill announce the birth cf a ..., products produced .on Florida COPIED: FROM "FLoRID.\ car that' not tolerance! If*

thing Living furnished room dinette.except kitchen linen. :ent bereavement at the loss of subjects such as an over-all program daughter, Cathy Ann. on May 13 soil come under Ole act unless GOOD NEWS" lOrt. like what Pat MM to

pantry. V.ry Urge clo*.<.. Apply ; loved The children of of of at the Jacksonville Mike Your Fr *dom reeLsny
Colonial FlorUt, Nona St mr one.- study or combination _. naval hoepit.al.S. they actually make payment May si.S wn..re.
Piton* .U. ,It Mrs. Lula Bell Edwards. no* "' <


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SellioClass Roster
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Baccalaureate Program i
Alvarez, John Hamilton, Thomas
Andrew, :Mary Harding Thomas Commencement Program
'\ Andrews, Doyle Hazen, Albert BRADFORD MEMORIAL:
Baccalaureate Sermon Andrews, Ronald 'I: Hazen, Jack STADIUM.
Bancroft. Edward ? Hornsby, Edwin Graduation Exercises '
of Barry j Helen Howard, EdwinartoilClinton 1 '" .
Hutcheson, Charles of
Bradford High SchoolSUNDAY Bennett; Donald if.i Hutchings, Montie ... Bradford High School
I .Biggs, Sue .,: a 7., Johns, Kenneth .
.Booth, William t. .Judd, Catherine JUNE I,
EVENING MAY 27, 1951 ,'.
Brannen Theodore Knight, Nancy
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Brown, Gerald ,.,(i Lawson, Jerry AT EIGHT O'CLOCK

.Brown, Marcus Lewis, Allen ,Processional Band
Processional .CaldweIl, Peggie e' Lewis, Meed, Invocation
March of the Priests Rev.
Thomas G. Mitchell
Carter Betty "Massey Edward .
Invocation Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell Clark, Nadine I McCeIlan, nobert Overture "Gypsy Festival" Hayes
Coleman, Edna.,.., ;;' .McRae, Gwen A Symposium: "DEMOCRACY CAN SURVIVE IN THE
Choruses: .Collins, Oris "'h,;I Moody, Margie MODERN WORLD"
1. "The Lard is My Light" Allitsen-Cain .Colson, Kathryn Moore, Ann Chairman
2. "The Lord is My Shepherd"- Noble Cain Cox, Clair Newcomb, Bert "Americanism" Harry Edwards I

Glee Club .-1 Crawford, Cecil ,:,- Norman, James "Communism" MarvinVarren
Crawford, Ruby Norman, Kenneth Leslie Sapp
Baccalaureate Sermon' Rev. L. D. Haines "Citizenship""Implications
Cressler. William Prevatt, James Catherine Judd
Crosby, Wanda Reddish, for Survival" ,
Dolph Dolph. Reddish
Benediction Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell( '
r-'" Crosby, Lavon .Richle, Donald "Waves of the Danube" Ivanovict
Recessional Pomp and Circumstance .Dansby, Billy ....).1" Roberts, Curtis Presentation of Awards: Mr. Charles Partin
Davis, Harold K' Sapp, Leslie Supervising Principal
Davis, Ralph .Sweeney, Joan Presentation .
of Diplomas
: Mr. Harmon
Denmark Valaria Morgan
Thomas, Clara
.Dunc; Kaspar '.. Thornton Vernle County Superintendent... of Pubilc Instruction
I USHERS Durban, Idell "" -Toppins, Ruth Benediction Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell
-. Durban Edwards, ,William Ada ;:1. Underhill, Arley Recessional BandClass
Aan Carter Patsy Eaves Raymond ReddlQJ Wainwright, Dan
Edwards, Curtis.
Julia Lawson Carl Johns Jimmy Rowe Edwards, Harry ".' Warren, Joe. Blue and Colors White Class Flower
Futch, Floyd 'Warren MarvinGaskins White ROBe
Wanda Agna' Glen Sbu9r<1I James Wasdin, Robert Class Motto .
"The past forever gone, the future still our own."
With Honors .

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D. Reddish & Son Dairy A. Lawson J. S. Norman J. E. Brown L. 'T. John i::1 I J. R. KELLY :I

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' ,I, ------- N. C. NOTICE TO APPEAR \
Bible H. Flniey] Fayetteville Frank
from C. ,
,' and his military Bill Parker, change T
: regular pay HroiUord ,
Cnnrt. Count
GUARD In (lrrul
o ;' for the period. This'type or military Baptist Seminary, Fort Worth, Pfc. Catherine G. Vanchoff .-111..10'lit In I .k npvrr (lurk lh" t
lu I leave program which helps Texas to Starke. (formerly Gainey), 140 Marshall Amelia M. Thomas, Plaintiff, vi. fore t nntherw
NEWS NOTESAt John E Thomas. Defendant ,
\ ; t maintain our national security at Mrs Herbert Dahl, 3118 Post St. St., Petersburg, Va. Ca.* No. 14]. ('''''',1'1111, '
a recent inspection the a low cost to taxpayers. Withoutthe Jacksonville, Fla. S. Sgt. Horace Overstmt, Rt. Notice To Appear.To ed by y "

'I': : ; local company recleved Its first Guard our country would haveto Jack Abel, 26 N. Buffalo Ave., 1, Box 1152, West Glendale, Ariz. : John and xldrepn K. Thomas I.. ,Hotel whose Strand residence : oni Thin'o ),!, ,. '+
since its postwar maintain a considerably larger Park Avenue, Weeks l ',
Excellent rating Vontnor, N. J. Mrs. Lettle C. Parker, 4805 24 East Long Beach, r h.
reactivation. Menbers of full-time military establishment Long Inland, New York. graph ,
L. :Johns Hdq. Co, St., Jacksonville Fla.
AtokPQKICA. Pvt. Elmer College
7f'llu/'tt Burgess / the company are justifiably proud The commanding general of the, You are hereby notified than a sated l '

_n _._.. NEBR_ .__n.:;===: when the size of the community is, 48th Infantry Division, of (which CC "B", 1st Arm'd. DIV., Fort K. E. Thompson, Starke, Fla. suit agalnut for you Divorce In the has above boen named tiled (OFFICI"' A .
considered in the light of Its accomplishments. -' the Starke unit Is a part, has al Hood Texas T. :J. Dye 1114th N. W. 4th Court and cause and you are required h''
Wherein I float along drramlly' say what, I want, but leave a llttl. Warrant Officer I ready directed that the division Berta Left: Sullivan Rt. 7.; care Street, Gainesville! Fla. ewer or to pleading nerve a copy the of complaint your an- By Hai n
through the ltiaytlote, I clean, note on his desk. I say "Thank yoi I Albert L. Crosby, Jr. and Sergeant attend camp in full strength. Last i
make a garden, and celebrated my darling far making me so happyI First Class Oliver P. Hutto received year 92% of this country's guards r' .
Mpddlnc anniversary. love you." I think he keeps thenin 1 I special praise from the Inspector man attended camp, but the 8 per

sty' There are no words that I am a certain drawer In his big desk General, Lt. Col. McMur- cent absent represented a figure
master of :\ never disturb his papers or desk ray, for the superior status of ad. of nearly 37,000 officers ,and men I ) 4
With which to thank your God Digger la well and happy too ties! ,.' ministration and supply. Individuals That Is equivalent to approximately dUIE-

tor son's wife; days. He goes with me most every' questioned in ranks were two war time strength divisions 1
This my girl who Is part mother inher where I go. I went with Don to th commended for the promptness,, Viewed In this fashion the ab r:1
love, cemetery last eve. Digger wen' and courtesy of their answers. sentees represent a' terrific wasteof : I
woman with us in the pick-up truck. Ii The annual Inspection over, the taxpayers' money. In view of I
Part girl, part
young was fun to watch him jump uj the present world situation we can
turns to the huge task Il
company RECARDS J
and her
In the seat to go. I found this writ of preparing for the annual en- ill afford to waste this valuable 191yo
So gathered in flame to meet Law: The greatest lUL/
t up ten by William campment which will be held this full-time training. / EACH
} the one saint In the world is not he Is wh not year at Fort McClellan Alabama,I BBSftI9J1 1 ii GRADUAtE 5 I i
Who la my son. prays or fasts the most; it (
from :July 8 until July 22. Captain
I who have so most to alma or 1. New ManagerAt \ or
I yield him to hem he who gives Ingram appeals to Starke and HIGH I IN
I most eminent for temperance! ::, business tc r
Bradford men
County Setzer's Store GRADS
14 loneBeen lovingly preparing for charity or justice. It Is he wno hat is emulate the patriotic policies of 1951. Grads
to God and who
most thousands of large and small business William B. 22 of
her.I heart always ready to praise Phillips, ,
would not bind them with one a establishments throughoutthe
ttM God. This la the perfection of all I Tampa became the now managerof
I' selfish thong country. Some employers Setzer's
virtues. :Joy in God and thankful- Store recently.
That thru .Its constant chafing neal to God Is the highest perfec- patriotically grant two-weeks their Guards.leave Phillips has been connectedwith
might deter tion of a divine and holy life man-employees this chain for the past 11
Their love upon the high road, Somehow I had never just thoughtof and pay In addition to their regular months, having worked previously If there's a .
they must be. thankfulness in this Importance vacation, others grant two In Palatka and St. Augustine. NOW KEEP i I IIJII

't' Free as the wind'is free, I t try to be good. I am collecting weeks leave between and make the up the difference He announced that some re I magic carpetto POUNDING TOWARD

Dear God I am so grateful that cook books. If any church has one employee's modeling Is expected to be done in MAY WE ADD A FOOTNOTE .

my son printed and will sell me one, I will the future' and the addition_ of_ a_ successwe YOUR PERSONAL
In searching for a woman found It. I have one here third modern cash tc } tertae/ei/
be glad to get register TO YOUR DIPLOMA? .
liked them. 2 Ibs of pork ribs, Roll COALS.Farm rou'verentatp,
this one. I have enjoyed .
Hazard Nebraska. facilitate more expedient checking \
a from hope
_Grace Noel Crowell. the In flour with salt and pepper put you '. Ihew.rrar'nl
I want all mothers 16 read this reading It. Put out By 2 tbps. of fat In a skillet and I ,out of patrons. THE VERY BEST OF GOOD re .J' \dona it..,
4 Methodist church.HELPFUL find It. '. .
t aloud who have sons. If they are brown the ribs. Put in 1-2 cur Phillips 1s a graduate of Hills ,
married rejoice with me. I have HINTS: When you sliced onion cook. I lifted out the borough High School in Tampa. Hr LUCK TO EACH OF YOU \W'GEM
y such wonderful daughterinlawThey take your sheets from the line ribs first and put In cooker. To Is presently residing at Avery Inn
have been married I believe fold evenly and lay carefully aside 1-2 cup hot water I added 1-4 cup In Starke. '

11 years. I have learned to love until ready to press. I find some ketchup, a dash of chili powderand 19
Rachel so very much that I cannot sheeting does not need ironing onlyat off a little tobasco sauae. Pour ADDRESSES
describe that feeling. It Is grati- the seams. Be sure towipe this over the ribs In the cooker '
tude, and joy all mixed. They have your clothes line good Steam 15 min. So tender and good. INTEREST
such dear grandchildrenand hanging sheets. I never hang The ;wind feels chilly. I am out
given me "
sheets In a whipping wind. It Is on the porch. Been reading poems Colen M. Ratliff 418-08-69 Co

appreciate such lovely every visits and one.presents.I I have I'warm hard on water them.then Rinse cold sheets for best first results in- sent me iu 1949 by Mrs. Carl Calif.No. 51-404, 'USNTC San Diego .1t.Wt1- AS J. P. Roberts Home & JE

found as I grow older a great Wynn of Starke. They are treas /
I change my sheets end tOT M. G. McMillan, 602 Marlon St.,,
yearning to spend my last days on ures. A whole bunch of reasures. Seaboard
earth near all of them. To sit end when I make a bed each day. Aiken, S. C. MotorsStarke Auto Railm
Thanks, dear. Mrs. H. C. Krakowof I SupplyStarke
silently! by near somewhere and Barbecued SparerIbs: I made sends Sallle C. Price, 1500 N. E. 8th Watch Inspect
Wyoming me such good
just watch life go by, as they live these In the pressure cooker. Don Str, Gainesville Fla. STARKE, FLA.
it. To piece my quilts and crochet poetry. Makes me so happy. God R. D. Wells 2060- Gilmore St., Fla. Fla. .. Starke, Fk
and read, to pray and recall fond bless you all, Love-Lura. Jacksonville: Fla. I -
memories. Then die in 'Pe6.cI. I

r l remember grandmother so well .
I have heard my Mother so many
times speak so fondly of her. She CongratulationsGraduates

4t would say, "Ma has been better to
me than my own mother," I know
too, how she loved that dear Mother -
of hers In a far off state. As ; I'I
Grandmother lay in her last sick tssoF (

,bed. It was a hot summer Augus .:Mi p b- aS / 4
night in Indiana. Grandma ,was
was very III. We gathered about k
her bed. I was fourteen, as I recall,
she held out her hand to me. I was
flitting on the far edge of her bed.

j; took her hand gently ant It was

.fool 4enr>Ue the )teat....f AnA.utflM. e (It" : ,-..:: ';;.,!., .... ''I '
..night. She oked into my rata mi*! of
4. 1class
':'r wnlltd, X pressed her handfiehJLtookBd <.
at Mama and Papa, and'all 4
the dear faces about. She closet
'her eyes gasped and was no more tam
'The breeze softly blew the curtain \
outside the window was' grand- I
mother's red rose in bloom. Sucha Y KEEP UPvTHE -
7h4rs lire good r'- ,
beautiful way to go, and how we We are proud of every :GOOD WORK! .... I,
all wept. So I too have a great This
) battered old world looks
yearning to be near my son and member of the Graduating
wife and children at the end.I '* encouraging

have moat of my cleaning done Glass of 1051 .and take lo the -rigor of your youth
upstairs. I ,washed and stretched toknowtomorrow's
this opportunity of express ,.. ,"
eight pairs of curtains and four "-
a world will be led by
other pairs I Ironed flat. I have ing our best wishes 4 ballk.t for its) future progress).
planted a nice strawberry patch '.. y :; p.opl.lik.youI .
and some garden. I also have flow. for every success In their
,ers planted. It has been raining I: >'..... Thai Igor wW bring success.
here a lot and altho It stopped the future careers. : .! Eras L !!II R-: 1\" :
farmers work It has made every- 01. ;\. '
thing as green and lovely. I have a
few tulips In bloom. Feel pretty ,
well these days, but I can feel that S. R. JOHNS JR. "
#age Is on my shoulders and I just "

have much greater capacity for
love, appreciation and happiness .. L UNION BUS STATION
I just go through each day singing ,.STARKE'FLA.Ill .

' and thankful. I thank my husband STAIIKE, FLA. CONWAY-LIBBY FLYING SERVICE RT. 2, BOX 213-C STAICKE, FU'
,every once in a while for makingme

i so happy. Sometimes I cannot I""

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There Is no better weapon than hard

work; no finer armor than the
ti: CencratuUUons es

.. courage of youth. You have used
1 the ,
tf fine seer you've
both well. Congratulations.
nude In school,

9 1 j radwt.s-
w" and all the good ,

rewards your fine '!! ,

'" work deserves. l

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the 11th day June 1861: other. Appear Elecllxn
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nnrh Ileredgt I wine the nllrfratlonn of Bald Complaint l.uiiU lam, Yn ii U.I hereby notified tli,rt there WITNESS my hand and me a.ci fi a dlvori i r nil. >.> with riih.. r if th. al> >ve, a>
.hl.I..!ylnllff vg. Det. will be taken ux coof Noted U:nnni xv nYou ia Wlu9t| r Nioeno, |la ?'iking i-urfu.f,. 14" x J4" (nr thereabout I.., I)? n tilt d axalnnt. yi u bv Elliabuh of our Circuit Court this 9th day 1'hl"i IB. 'iii,',..r",10. to command you I d..i ,t. o IH r,..nfi KHM. will, I I. ttntoredAprnitiflt
!' l' by you. \ I tendant j Thin notice nhall be publlxhod uic required to appear on "itlnl aperlfleatlone.A of Hrudfurd County. Florida In ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas mild IIUHO on or bfforo Monday. WIT EM8 my' hand. and tin veal
ppra6 once each week for four oonaecutlve Courtland IBM. ,in the above named' 10 'n. rt (or tbrrvnhouO horl-. Chanrary. her Complaint and that Clerk of the Circuit Cnurl, .tune 11, inr.l and you hall there- of mr ('!atilt Court. thl_ "th day.
Case IU1I weeks In the Itradford County Tale .*""" wl"'ri'ln Plaintiff "iital.. or U type Electric RrfrlnMiittir the roller\ therein prayed for la a Bradford County Florida after nn or In-fore July 1, 1 of May inrI
soaks divorr. nf domeitttc 1 anin divert. By haven Crosby, I> >uty Clark : .96:1:
p, irrnph.Tinted corn melody and pun \.I'e. Specify m Ht'ivo a copy uf your defeneea (OPFII'IMj SEAT.' : ) >m
I Kin'Dartmouth rot ut minor chlhl and >| thin 10th day of May 1061, of restoration| TAI. I I". am on H I R'rUII'II". Box 197, lorU of th. CutirtHi
rndn prior nn inn nrandford County model) therefore to command you l1aln..III., Florida, for ad f''rd CiuntFlorida..
i. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Thomaa, : to (lieour Attorney I
\, notltled that a Clerk of the Circuit Court. Telegraph shall publlHh thla Ord-r Alternate bide will be connldvredror written.. appearance InBald .
". hoe been filed By Haven Crosby. Deputy Clerk 'In\next f""r. weekly leeure.Yltnes. b comparable.' equipment operated June cause H,. mi on and r before Monday Appear To.Vnlarea th..rnnrt..r' fil, the .irlxlnal of the ; 41 611
lbIt .. hand ) III'RA.lIy you there
{ ,, tit and above you are named re. tin 4t ei| at IRrke.'my Florida,and thl.official May Heal 91h. Order of the Hoard of CountyommliiHlonvra aftir .n or before July 1, 'ItSl nervea 4014 White M Rnckafeller Wood AvenueLakewood .... ,r ,. ,.. ., -
y loll.i ( of fradforil County ropy of :your derenaea, If any, on tillageLong I
anding: (;; t In Circuit Court. Bradford County,: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma., May. 1, A. D., 1(51, l'ark M, (Cnrmlchavl Box 191. Beach R. California j
lalneavllle I I
). Florida In Chanrrry A. Clerk of said Court.Reyy A. J. Thomas, ClerkOrder the Florida Attorney for. You are hereby notified that (hershas
,,' l.yn.It Bulldlnir.dB Rote Lanyola" Plaintiff vs. LoutsLanyola i IS.IdrnCR l < Plaintiff and immediately there.after been filed actaluftt you by KuRene '
Idrntea ItulidIii file the original of the lameIn
k' ., and tile the Defendant of Piihllolloa >... :Nolle 1'.' niv office failure ] f Rockefeller Jr. In the Clrrult -
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: OTICB devisees, grantee, creditor and ower, are defendant: that the land Wsrd CII? 8 I M c-or of-SEV W ,210 of NEHA ft a

NOTICH TO APPKARIn Co.s$7.'t Notice I is hereby given that the other claimant to the hereinafterdescribed Involved In acId. suit I.: Mrlf. L. A. O..en 4 It 105 run ft B 210 ft N
Bradford It
tvnrt. 7. I. 9, 10. Ill I of Rlk 1
Omr.lt claiming bythrough Lots 4. 5. I. Lot Ill
In bual- lands Brown beg IS'
engaged to
undersigned are 01 L A. 105 ft SI
Plejrldnt In t hnncrry.Myrtle or all O W.Llvln..on. II and 14 of Btoclt 10 LIvingston loOt 7 01 lilk 11 1.10 J.I'\
under any B'C' of
or against
Leake, fleas under the fictitious name of hicks Com at NE Cor K'Ut
Oeraldlne Walker Truby A Corn pan, AddItion Lots I. 4 of Elk 15 ,
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deceiKed Mary
F H A. Investment Co. at the 8ervIce of NRH run
Plaintiff v., David Watt Leake Defendant. Kit LlTlngmon al.o to the Town of gtarke. In III 40 ft of W 100 Ftof 15.19c1or N9:
Center. Station. '!Htarke ITadfordfnunty *, 1 (ltiy Itanrell 5 ft W 210
Can. No. S4S4 Florida. and Intend to rigIster known ai Kate J. l.lvlngiton. de-. Section Rang tt I*, East TownshIp. Kltuat S South In Lots 3. 4 If'lk I T.. Qoy Harrell 4.7k for a pt of bethence

said flctltlouK. name In the office ceaKed. Bnmllne ", ni.M:: ii. 12 of run W 210 ,
Lots I. 11.
Notice T. Appear.To Leake WbONresIdefle of Clerk of the Circuit Court ed. Lee; Morgan, deceaKcd. *> Bradford County Florida and) the ltlk 1. L A. Brown '.17 ft H 105 ft E 210 ft
: David Watt t'itknown.Ton Hrftdford Florida Kan Jr.. deceased; The Florida lAnd that the nature of laid eult N If ft to Beg II
f County IS.S
In. i> 5 I or Elk 1
: Lotll S. 7.
and addrefti relief li to e"l.bll.h. quietand '.81 J.I'\
notified that a K 1 I' Onndman Htarke. Fla. one and Immigration Company of Florida "ught 20 .7. W Thnmn.$7l4 Lot 5. Blk 1.; Dowllng" I(,II
are hereby Htoratlon ofplalntlfl' half Interest; not known to be existing or confirm plaintiff i title to call of Po""9i" 9 7 10 .0 IIi... Evelyn F. Thomas 11.31 Park S'D aa described .r..It..

.ult for Divorce and numb. ha. beenftl.d T C. Ifaien Jr.. Btarke, Fla.. on. dissolved and lt. unknown iuc- land aa an indefeasible cancel fee ilmpletitle clouds. 8W'.4 of NW'4 A allN'l Deed Bk... '
to al
maiden and thereto and
trustees stockholders Pg 409 tt I 22
above halt, Intereit. ceKKor. '
0 the \ of N\\ lS of
gainst you In are other claimants to the hereinafter tm plalntlffa laid all right' 7' 1*. Carlton 4.13 N.., \
and cause. and you till 4t 111 claim interest and ell of saIldefendante i Rd 15 JO 10 R. J.,1'1
named. Court copy of your | described: land: claiming bthrough : title, and AI NW N Original Town of Starke SS S3:
required to aerve a the complaint under or against It; Florida and each of them, fN1rdof 15 7 20 10 I. Z..WIIII..m". .09 4 .

iniwer or pleading to T. Frank cti.i. roil BIUS Land and Immigration Company, You and each of you. are herebyrequired NE'4 .f 8W14 & FlE'4. LntM. 8. 7, of Blfc 13 .

1 on the planttff Attorney Florida and file I Healed hula will be received by I a dissolved. Florida corporation. .and to file an appearance. In* of NWI4 & WIi1 ofN1V4 ml.96 ft of Lot Sir. W T.
andrum. atarke. ,the office of the the City Council of the City of its unknown *ucceHKorH. truitee, coil. Court and cattle on May 2 ., of L4E'. 15 7 10 tOO C II'. P..dC.U. .n a. ot Elk. 19 Ex: 8 "4 .;:a:
the original In Court on or before Htarke Florida .at the City Hall In officer and other clalmanta. to the A.D. 1951. and within 20 day there..ftsr All 1C of NF.V of ;

Clerk of the Circuit' of June, 151 I Htirke. Florida, until 5:00 P.M. on, hereinafter described land claimIng to file your answer or pleading N11'4 N or ltd 18 7 10 3 1... Z Williams 1.15 RUth.' r..
the llth day allegation of aald Ttienday the 6th Day of June, ADiIDC liv, through under or against to the complaint In the officeof AI NI4 of S 24 1-3 ft of WH tories' In
otherwise the taken. .ae confeMed !, at which I time and place all 1 It; and any and all peraoni claimIng the undersigned Clerk of laid. l RO of ltd 18 7 110" 17 n. R. Carlton 1.81 Wl.4ofl.o14&SJlOtt _
Complaint will be bid received will be publicly opened any right, title, Iktn" or interest Court and serve a copy thereof on 114 A In ill Con or efLotSof -

by you. shall be publUhed and read. aloud for the lale oone < In or to the following described Hollti V. Knight, whose .oIIdr... I I.Starke. I. NE'4' of SE'1' N of Rd I I 11 3 JulIa. Fryer 1.11 Silk 110 ,,'
Thin notice four consecutiveweeks used 1(411 Panel Chevrolettruck. land Bltuate In Htarko Bradford Florida, the attorney T..ots f. 6. 1. S. II. 12. ''? IIu..al r..
i once each week for County Tele"Dated Truck can b. Men at the, County Florida, to-wlt: plaintiff; otherwise the allegation n. n. It. 19. '0. 41 B!: 70 ft ot Lot 1 o> ''" 101'1.' 1e
In the Bradford. Cltv Light and Water Plant Lots 4, t, 7 I. I. 10, II, II; of laid. complaint. will be" taken aS 41, 411. U. 44. 49. 110: RIkI? .. .

p day. of May 19S1. The laid City reieivea the right II and 14 of Block 10 of Living.Kton confeaied by you. U 64. 65 55. -. Lot 2 of Elk!\ 17 Ex A' z. Ad
9th &h.13io '
4 thin SEAL) A. J. Thomoa, to accept or reject any or all bide Trilby A Company'a Addition 1I.I I.. further ordered that this Or. : 61, 62: R 70 ft .- im
(OFFICIAl> of the Circuit Court CITY OP HTARKE FLORIDA to the Town of Htarke. In der' of Publication and Notice to Appear 13, Woodl..n 10 5. III 100 Rhodeit lua w% of Lot 1. 3. 6. Bill' Car,, .
Clerk Croaby Deputy Clerk Ily: Carl John. City Clerk H*>c. 3$, TownshIp I South I he published onoe each week Lots 10 Woodlawn 11 a II 20 1::: l:: Rhodes "' 5 .. E! IS ft of Lots S. "- ..

By Haven. Sill 4t 61| till It 81FVOTUK | Range il K..t; for four successive week la the LotS 8 ,Uj8, 57. q, 4. 6, of Btk 18 '

You and each of you are' herebynolified I Bradford County Telegraph a duly A SV1.j Lots 50. 55. .. .. Eo-f BI Lots 1, '. ". *. Ho'PIt.t
that a suit haa been I.- qunllfled: newspaper. In Woodlawn II I U ao Guy Frito. AIm t. lkotl'/.r'/ .5
TO APPEAR TO APPRAR tltuted I In the' Circuit' : Ceurt of I Witness my hand and official peal E\.gdl 1.015 10. n. 3 91 171 ft of Tltm Oioon
NOTICE..n. Bradford Cennty. In Circuit Cenrt, nradfnrd Ce.nt7Florida ,, Bradford County: Florida In Chancery nf said Court at Starke. BradfordCounty tl I II 10 Ou? 11'1'111' 3.02 El 80 ft of Blk 39 ai _
In rirrntt C Cknnrrrr. | In Ca..ery.Viilard ; wherein' Bradford County Development Florida this 18th day of Lots 39. 40. Woodlaw" 12' U 10 0. Weakley. 5.64Trustee extended on Ensey'i .
I PI.rMat In Carroll Plaintiff. v". % It. Ulbon, PlaIntiff. ..... Enterprise Inc. a Florida April A. D. 19M. Map I
Florence Kuth Defendant. Alice H. Ulbaon Defendant corporation li plrtfntlff, and you A. J. Thomas, of loOt 11. Wooolll.wn 13 a U 10 FlorenCe W. Laputka '..10Lot. I Lot 100 ft Tl A A WAnd...

', John Carroll. Can No. 8450Netle Case No. 4440Notice and each. of you. and also, Jessie K Clerk of Circuit Florida.Court &. .. 7. I. 9. 10. WbylOSftN&dbounded .. ,.

,t T. Appear.To Livingston, a widow Marie Man- Bradford County II. ii 23 24. 18. In on North
T* Anpenr.To huiband "K O Man- (Official Seal) Woodlawn j 111.71 by Call St. A, W
Carroll. clo Consolidated : Alice H. tllbKon, whose. reildence SkiP and her 18 I 12 110 L. L. Rhoden by
: Mr. John of New York. 4 I I. Unknown! sker, Margaret. Carter. .and her husband Hollls V. Knight Lots 21. $2. 27 *5 n. Broadway' St. IS' SSSI
Rdlinn Company York I. New You are hereby notified that a Frank Carter, Emma Richard, Htarke, Florida lit as. in Woodlawn{ ; 15 5 35 50 C. L. John. It.n Run..al r..1o.t..
Irving Place New suit for Divorce has. been filed a widow, and T. 8 wllllama, a wid Attorney for Plaintiff. .tlT! 5t Lote I. 2 15. 18. Com at NW CoP of 101'1.., Lta

York. hereby notified that a against you In the above named 11,, 1$. &IWI% of Lot Madison A Broadway S
You are haG been filed Court and cauiie and you are required $1. & all Lots 89. sts A run' 'N: 105
cult for Divorce above named to serve a copy of your an- NOTICE 40 43 53. 54. In ft W 90 ft 8 105 ft

l against you In the and you are required iwer or tileadlntr. to the eompi..lnton lands will b. ..nldat Woodiawn 18 I 12 135 1.. I... Rhod.n 11." K 80 ft to pt of bea; SS 6 W
described A.
Court and oauee ..n.w.ror the Plaintiff Attorney, K. K. Notice ,is hereby given that the following at the Lots 13. 14 i Wood.Woodlawn ati NW Con of 8..1\\
* to perve a copy of your the I6lh day. of May. 1051. .t 11 o'clock noon 5' 1.0 Baptist PamonagiCom
complaint on thopl.lntltl' ferryman. Btarke. Florlilo, and file pllhll..uotlon on 1910 taxeS herein 18 II 10 I.L., Rhoden
' ) ploddingto the Hall. In 81.rk.. Flu.. to pay the amount due for Lot A run N 70 ff
T. Fr..nk.th the original ,1 In the office of theClerk City such sale and advertitting Lots II. 21. lii. U. 8',
a Attorney Florida and file of the Circuit Court on or set opposite 10 the name. together with .all costs of U, 16. n. 3$. & N; E 110 ft for a pt of

; Tandrum. Starki. office of the I before the J IHth day of June 1951 : of Lot 3. & all Lots beg thence run K .,
the original! In Court on or before otherwise the allegation of laid 40. 41, 44. 45. 45, 51. 141ft to Front Stthenci .

Rr Clerk of the Circuit of June, 11611oth.rwl. ; Complaint' will b. taken a. confeed *.- Original Survey, U. U. U. 11. I.. In S along St.
the 18th day alienation of laid. by you. f.o'f-.1.; : 'IMerke 3.4 U 33 Mr. W. T. Marshall IS.03Sunieal Woodla'n 17 I U .05 ..... 1... Rhodes ".13 ':.5w' to Elk J OHg
... the Blk 11 Lots thence W 148
contee This notice shall. be publletied n. U. n. 43. 49,
f.I Complaint will be taken aa Ell.96 Ft of Lot ft N 17t ft to pt of
once each week. for four consecutive 50. U. U. 53. 54, 115. .,
I 1t5 ibV .d by you.notice Khali be published weeka :In the Bradford. County Tele A' ai Ft.ofBlkl9Ex 0' Jjaboratorlei. 4195 56, n. 60. 61. 12. 113. beg SS I. JJ. MriLlvlngten. M K. Hu
araph.Diited. Lot
;' once each In the week Bradford for four County conKirutlvoweeka Tele. this 15th day of Mar 1951. S 14 213 Ft of W% Inc. r: tvolJ,: u. U 5 III 115 I... L. Rhodes "..151 Trnfcy A Co'! ItO[ of NEVi of NI!:% 28
(OFFICIAL, NEAL) A. J. Thomas, w\ of Lot I I
3S &
n5 graph.Lq. '1961.COPPICIAl. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lot 4 A N 10 Ft of Lot S of Plk IT A
E14 Lol.
of '0.
day 11. 0
Dated this 16th rath of WH of Lot 6 of WH of Lots -
1. 2
SEAL) A. By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk Elk 20 I Sunieat Laboratories. t95 NS4 of Lot t3. In \ 11 Lot 4 of Blk li A "-. fj
Clerk ->f the Circuit Court till 4t SIR| Inc. Woodl..n It 5 U 20 L. I... Rhod.n a Blk 28 N L. Pullu

. ttT By Haven Croaby Deputy till Clerk 4t ('IS Lot t ;.t Blk. 27 Ex Alii CaranUa 1175 N't Lot It of In Lot Woodla..n H In It I' 12 10 I... .I... Rhod.n _17I alt.of SO ftN& Sb,. Jessie I le a......

, NOTICE TO APPEAR IC 70 ( ..II 60 ft E A W In SR

NOTICR TO APPF.AB //1.I rlrrnlt rnr. Bradford Cennty. E'ilkf Lots 1. 3. Svof Sunieal Laboratories. '..7SI Lots'oodl.wn r. 3. 4 1. 5' 9 It I III a Otto Ikhmldt. CorofLotlofEik$7 ... -

In Clrcalt C..rt. Bradford Cennly.Marital Flnrldat In thnnrorr. 5*. 13, 21. *3. 23: E.H of Lot, 1. 2 of Blk 'H om r AikI l..
I. Cfcaneery.Mary Helen Pauline Poiey, Plaintiff. vs.Robert S 91 Ft of N 171 Ft eotElOFtofRlkSO ,- 26. 17. 29. In Wood- $1.31 .28. Ex N 50 ft Ot .. .
Mable Smith. Plaintiff. vi. I* Poiey DefendantCase S. lawn JO I U 110 L. L. Rhod"n EH of Lot 2

Hubert ,William Smith C.Defendant.. No. 1449Metlc "JellreTo A...... No. S417 Cs ley Extended Map on En- A. W. Andenon 11.7 K1 of NW4! of SE,. II I. II 10 EliZabeth 1'1'lnc' '..5lI.rt.11 8 Bk.50 ft *' Lot I of ]Itamle DtUAir

_ To: Robert* T. Appear William. Smith whose To dcnoe Robert I* R. F.IPosey D No., I.whose Manama.reil-, ........11...... Stark. feet S9 S S3 Lot Lot 2 3,, Blk Blk U.48 .. 81lIe Hattie' WljIl tteii' >.

residence and address In. Unknown Virginia You Com 105 8 of NR Cor -r Yew. of Lawt.y. Wt .. Raiiwey 113 5 IIt T. J. Ald,maW .
hereby notified. that a are hereby notified that a of SKH nf NKH\ A
cult You for are Divorce baa been filedagainst suit for Divorce h.. been filed run W 11* Ft. 8 105 W 30 of Lot 4 of111k Livingston. Tmky A Ce" Add !. Stark IS I 21

_ you In the above named. against you In the .above named Ft.: K 110 Ft: N 105 Act. 8.95'omstNECopofSItV 4 Mamle. Onlffis. Adm. 1574Rlic Lot I A the"
I Court and Killer 931
Court and .. and yon are required cause you are required Ft to Bog :. F. 9 E.* Lot I Illra. Enoch Orlffle 1.n ft of Lot I of Elk%I ._
to serve a of \
copy your answer
of your anawer Elk It CharlIe Howe 703$4e "
to nerve a copy .A 1 Lot .
or nl..*dln. to the complaint on the h'.r: \\:7rf'hto: the complainton nf NFIH W run 8 IOS 5 of Blk 115 0.0. F. Young 1.14 by 8. A. L. Ry.on N 1
T. Frank' r Zach Ft. 210 Ft. for a Half. Plk 1
Attorney. .. 0..0. F. Young 1.11
Plaintiff t ? .' by otlofp'lk3'
Ijandrum Starke. Florida office" and of file the H.log. ,Douglas.Jacksonville BOB-S07, Florida Lynch. and Build fill Pt of W n.'f'Ft,thencerun S 105 { 'J DI.C Lot I Eva A. Grant. 1.11 S by 'Lot 7 of Blk

the original .!In rt.c ne- the original In the office of the Ft. E 110 Ft. N 105 ." S a L. T. Co'! Add

Clerk of the -,day, of June on, or 161 : Clerk of the Circuit Court on or b.. Ft to Pvg J. F. Killer. Apt 4.99O Tew. o' ".wt.,.. E..t if flaliwsy I. Ieetio. :3d 24, 25. 25 5 .U Lot S. E by Cherry Pt C'.rlton! ; Cia
fore the 1Mb. fore the Com at NB Cor of *. 1. Blk a
otherwise the .allegation. of saidComplaint the day of June of l95lolh.rwiae : WH of ." 1... ;' Lot 9 SadIe. Lots 5' Elk M. o.c r.O"f r.,
tak.n Ce oonl.... allegation aald rho7n Crawford 114 IC :: \ OladyO'Hirr11Blk
will be 1 Complaint,. will bo taken. .. con A run W Lot I tub-dl. of Lot 13 Samuel R.dlok 114 Lot of ,\'
ed by you. fessed by' you. a Pt nf Beg thencerun .... Lot 42 Will Lee IBS Matthews
This notice hall be publishedonce : W 60 FI.-' Nw,4 or NW'4' of 793 "A" to tt
cnnseciitlviweek This notice shall be publishedweeki v d..f. ; 98 ik1 I SS MM 8 I.
week for four WH Blk DtJ!
each nnr. earl, week for four consecutive 105 Ft. E 60 Ft. N' sW IS I' 12 10 EII"a J. Dlnkln. Eet.
In the Bradford County Tele- In the Bradford. County Tel- 105Ft to Pt of > SE% of NW% ot Lot N of Rd In SB
.raph. griph.Dated. Beg H. Little 4.44Buqseal SW'4 IS I II 10 John Allen Con 50 ft E A W by
Dated thl Ulh day. of May ltd. One, Lot 100 Ft R 834 of NEt4 of SELof : 1.17 100ft N A S Ex
(OFFICIAL. BEAD A. J. Thoma. this 15th day of Mar.. 151 &WbylOSFtN& SW'4' IS 5 IS II part soil to I..
:. clerk of the Circuit Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, S bounded on N by RF4 of NWV of RE14 U 5 II 10 C.Willie C. F..et C.ln U.OO .onk Peeks AX.. to
Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court Call 3.40 Starke
By St A W by W4 of NF.4 SW% IS I"
2 Sill 4t 11|8NOTICR By Haven Crosby Depute Clerk Broadway St. Labors45.27 0 all, o.'f NE Lot 10. Blk 29 Piek'i Cecil Ibn.l"

till 4t 61|lIn tort**. Ino '' of 8WV\v\\\ 0' Ry 18 5 U 13.:1. T. Prentt ".01 Add to Stark IS. SS I. B Wllki
TO APPEAR -1 Com 161H Ft R of NR .5 N'f %
Bradford County,, cor of Broadway. A "" 8W4 lI\vo ll My City Park 8 D W. A C1
In Clretalt Ce-nrt.. Clrrnlt Conrt. Bradford Cena "'0.'..' I. .....",. FlerUei In rknnrerr. Hoyt Sti, A run .. I"H &N'4 ofNRi4 of
William John Holland. Plaintiff. ye.I'auilne NO.TICK TO APPRAR: V 115 Pt. R 5814 Ft- .. '. .' ..-1 SW\\< of SW'4 U 5 n 1 S. T. Prevail \v to It of Lote I. I,

1. Holland Defendant.Ca. No. ...4111I..1..0 Carl Dorothy'Weinberger.* Weinberger, Plaintiff.DefendentCane v.. 8 to 105 Pt Ft of, Ber.W5IH Ft Clyde W..5 Colion. ,. 10.71 Tho"t SW%Oyf .NW4 W of I' )UJ .11 EH ot of Blk Lot I 4. S of Erlo B IIt

Te Appear.To No. 1441' Com at NW Cop of ",aS ': "State" Rd Nn. ZOO Blk 8 : S _
: Pauline 1. Holland. whose real 1Ve4le> T. Appear Baptlnt Parsonage e m of old State B" 1 Lot .. deio In Deed J. Fred Gar
dence and address la Unknown I To: Dorothy Velnberger. whose Lot A run N 70 Ft. B r \vt No. 11 & also that Bk 58 97 29 S 11SI
Yon are hereby notified that a ; reildence and rfiddren I. 119 East 110 F*. for. Pt of '", part of N to& It 01 S 1 Lot 9gct E A W Leonard OrtltiiII /
ha. filed Beg thence! run 13 J'!. : BW% of IIWI4 lying by 100 ft N A 8 In
cult for Divorce been I 152nd Btreet.! Bronx New York: 141 Ft front .
to ft. W
of NW
namedCourt State Rd No. Con of SH of
In above You
walnut you the are hereby notified that "
a thence8 along Ry "c n $00E Rd Ho. U Lot 1 A Lot S .
and oauee and you are requlr- suit for Divorce h... been filed lie nlk: .
d to serve a copy of your answer against you In the above named ft Town s ... ...., .., .- .. ,* cx a triangular W SO flog E'4'of "' "
Orlipr thenco +3&trr- ** ".f *v* plecet$3 ,.. Lot 3 :
ftE&W: -' In of
to the complaint on the Court and and S
or pleading
you are required .1 W 146 Ft N 175 Ft. on N end
Plaintiff Attorney.jl'. Frank to verve a copy of your .an- toPt of 'eg. 'f M:K.: Hull Estate -' 454 N&SoftW.id,15 hy7t5 ft _.. N'J: a.Bk recorded
La>ndrum. Starke, Florida" and file ewer. or pleading to the complainton : Nm Corner fal EPg

the original' la :rt.c office of theClerk the Plaintiff IT Attorney A. J.I M..II.._... Stsrke. as S 33 HW" 0' NW\.i nf BEt1 U I U II James A. Colllu! f1.II Lot 6. Stark Height 19 I. L. Otlf.r
of.the on or be* Thomas Jr. Btarke, Florida and Lot I of OUt 1. W. 0 W54 of SE'4 .t RePlat
the llth dar of June 18511otherwlee the original In -' 29 S SS Roland X itn
fnre the office of the nt8111W O. V. Lee I." NW% of 8EV 0of m8E14
the alteration of said Clerk of the Circuit .Court on or Com Con of SW4 of NWI4 of Lincoln City (5% .( w f
will confeii- before EH Rr) S3: S 23
Complaint be taken a the llth day of Jun.. 1951; Madison A Myrtle U 10
.d by you. otherwise the allegations of "aid Sti A run W lpl""lr. 5 II Presley The reis '.155 Lot 1. 3 of Blk S

This notice ehall be published! Complaint will be taken. a. conI.... 8 110 Ft. for a NWI4 of SW\.i of !IF.:14': 0r.e Lot 1 of Blk 5 HaW.8tark.
once ench week" for four (connecutlv ed by you. I'Vg. thence run W -- "E 191 h of SWof Lot 2. 1 of Blk 1 LouIsa Joints

week In the Bradford County Tele Thla notice shall be publishedonce 210 Ft. SilO Ft. n 8W4! of 8EtL: IS I III 13 Unknown Lot 6, Blk 6 HattIe 8t rk.
graph. each week for four conaecutlveweek 110 Ft N 110 Ft. to Wt4 of NW\4\ ..14 LO S. T, S, of Wm McClMl
Dated thl* 16th day of May 1951. In the Bradford. County TeleDated Pt of Beg.One B. C. HoltiendorfMri 444 of sw4EYe II II iklis"
(OFFICIAL SEAt A J. Thomas\ cr..ph.. tract of Land 500 I E4 of fll:14! of NWV 1 III Richard W1cCIu *... Lots 1, 4. Rlk 14 hattIe Stirk

Clerk of the Circuit Court. I this 15th day of May 1951. Ft N A H bv 160 Ft nf SW""' n 1 If I Thomas Com at SW Cor of | .. Loultr JohnMColumbui
Haven Cro.b, Deputy Clerk (OFFICIAL, H A W In SB cor ofSEH NW'4 0' Powers I eo of
By HEAL) A J. 'Thnmai. MW\4\ of NEt. at 1 U 10 O. C. DOroff NWV SEV.
of "f'W
till 4t 8'S! Clerk of the Circuit Court SEH\ Ex Com atSW Con of .10 E 363 ft N 5

I By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk fsra.l. Page Deco 459 Deed A. 11[. Ml ion 1317 NWI4 of NW'4 .s 363 ft S au S7ft to ..
11 Clrep.lt. Ce.rt Bradford Cesaty.Ft.rid.t till 4t 68In run tor 130 ft for a pt of beg SI I'33 4 ChI
pt ot b.... Ih..n... Com 220 ft S from NW :
la Cknneory-Plaintiff. V.. City Park "in. W A C'. Add to *Mrk.. See.. :38 S 33W : FJ 740 It 111' 450 run Cor of '
Robert J Wlltile. ft
Circuit C.... 90 Ft of Lot 1. I.
nradford Cenntr. W 730 rt S 430 NWI4&runith0ft
tana. M. WIltKle, Defendant.Cae ft to
nf Blk 1 Eric B Hyde 11 07
Klorldai I. 42(5
No. 1413 Casae.ry.William pt of beg .x Ret I K ( ft NIlOft W
Lot 9 of Blk 2 R O. NunnerrLot T40 IS I III Bartey tT..mlllon.
Wright hates. Plaintiff i N los 420
.121 ft
Publication And Notice. TeAppear > vr It of I'IE'4 or to Beg 34 6 22
Of I
Order V..
4 of Blk 2 Tax Certificate (Mr. I.'. I co Pnrtjll
Mary Ellaabeth States. DefendantCBKK NWti NW of
STATM OK FI.OItlnA TotMona Oeo. Pierce) of Rv 11) 6 U Dorothy 1If. H NWV ae 6 23I 40 Asa Butte
o't .Orltfls
I No I41. Wt. hwy of 10 J. 11 I SH of 8WH of SWH 7 23
M Wlltsle whose residence Order Of 8E'4 11 S II (. Lancaster 155 ; 10 Mary TtrnU
Pnkllcatlnn Aid SH of
No" '
Te gw4 nf flW NWH of
4 4D Jehti SEH
East Norwalk. '
Avenue It
II Hawkins Dunlin*: Mnk-nlvUlon M S S3 8 II Jobn.on .

Connecticut You !required to-: appear on Mnry Appear Klllabeth TATH Itate op FLOIIIIlA. Whose reildcnce Tel. Lois 8. O. 10 of Blk S Marian Dowllng Long1 S.07 Nt4 0, frw t of SEi f SEt'o 11.00 The of N NEH 330 ft of that 4 T SS I LydIa. Colllu
June llth' 1951. In the above namedCourt New Jersey In Main Street Pennnvllle, Clasklnn. Addition of
; the 10.71 F'4 NW r of
ilni Maurice Edwards Jr I.84
wherein plaintiffse..ke
cauie Lilt 1.1 of Hilt t ,
are required to .1I.p..r on All N.v of NFJII W Rd 10 7 22 4 M. J. %ti..k
divorce Bradford County June Lot 3 of Plk 11 Floyd qreen 479Mr .
Telegraph shall publish thl OrderIn Court 4th anil 1951.. 1tho above named One.l r > In SW con of f/w Rd ?ON& Et og 0.". SRH All that ofNWI4 10 7. 22 44 Cora to. V Kr
next four weekly laeue. cause wherein plaintiff Blk I .. N. B. Rosier I." l.a portion of
Seeks divorce A In NW HH of .
Cor I. IS Elmer. SRU ..
bfffrmalanal 4 U V. J.E'r..nl:
Wltnei my hand Bradford County .Telegraph shall WIoio of (IL of Van Brunt 4oz W 6f ,, Rd 15
NWt4 7 22 I
.at Starke,, Florida this May Il.l>a.t..n-Trnby A C. Add. :as. n 2 Anthony Liar
publish thli Order In of NE A as I
14th. 1951.OFFICIAL... SEAL) A: J. ThomaS. I weekly Is",...' ,. next four Lots of Lot 5. 11 4 of A Blk S 9 14 Ft II'' .- Floyd Green- 129 S4Aof WI 1 ot NW'4 18 III II James. F. Stanley ..I' Deed; Bk.8' p*dUn IS 7" 2 111"0" Salt

( Witness my hand and official seal of $ :% 4 ...
II Jim Walli ..91Unknown 11 1\ 12 CI..I..nd. I'icycle Shop
Lot nf Ilk
A* Clerk of Court at Rinrke 5 Beg ; Hunter Com 70 W .
at ydn of
thin' May let. 1911. t..r.'lInn ot '.14 8R
By Haven Cro.by, Deputy Cleric ( lls'1'l't; > WA. J. Thomai.: lo'ra'I. Lot 5 of Blk 19 ,t.U attate Rd Ho. It Con Sco 19 A run w
nay olden, 1.1dm n Building Daytona I A. Clericof said Court I IvIairXon-Trejhr A Co'H '..-Dlyl.lo. S* II 33M with S tine of NEi. 240 ft N tlO ft K
Reach Florida. By Haven of N'W14 run W 110 Ito tt.1iI 210 ft to
Crosby Deputy Clerk W of Bile 19 R Robert 4 T* I
till 618In .
Ally for Pit. 4t lila. At.. .!!!. Lot of Rlk It Ethel Lloyd 4.79 f. Northwest. Reg 19 1 II.. r.. & 01-,. r
2 '
lyrj7o I '
I ft Lot 5 In Kessler'. Add ii t ;; a- ;
--l,8 S It Ft of Lot 4 ot IC $10 ft 11 '' '; ) '
Cli-calt Conrt. Bradford Connty.Florida In rlrcnlt V...... Bradford Coantr INk 13 Ida Simmon 421M run Southeasterly! I.ot 14'.ef, mil 14 U 7 U OIadys I. Stilt
E I In Chancery Florldei In C......,.. OnelotaON&SbySO 110 ft In pt of beg. 17 I 72 I Claude. A. Com on 8 sit. At .
Chovlne K.' Walter, Plaintiff. v.. nil. Wllliumi, Plaintiff, vi. AlvIn FtR&WInS1CCOP. ., 514 of Pop:... of SW'4 Moran a.48 NV4.of 8l.U. where. .
_ _
Jan. Carey Walter, Defendant q. William:, 17 Homer Adkln. l.SS 'J.f NVt. 11 1 U \1)nl.) Ooodwt I" .Id 4 See. tine interseels .
DefendantCaie Lotf r"lIJlJofl" II \V side.
Cane No 8418Ordeit No 1411 Ft of I I in N.. Cor of Et4 II nf

Of P..lloall<>n And Notice.Te Orden Of Pnkllcntlon And III...... T* Lot 9 nf Blk 16 lola Little S.lt of NF.4 of S11'4 Ill state fI" IS & run NalonOC'
A.._. STArE OP FI.OHIIIA Ins Appear STATE OV Pl.OIUIla Tal Lot I of nlk 48 Sallle William. 9 II It R .. W by 410 154.4 W side of Rd

Jane Carey Walter. Who. real Alvin Q. William, whose reeldena Lot 3 of Blk 48Peek T. J, Alderman ..71I ft N & !II U I .23 2 Wm Tyson :I... beg thence rt for a pt of a
N 2-I 110' run
dence .and addresi In Unknown! :s Unknown: of NW\06\ of .
You are required to appear. on You are required to appear. on ** Addition to fttarke S S3. NW'4 15 8 U 11 Aev! Cummln i at nd right 1.0 ft angles 10)
_ June 1951. In the above namedCourt June 4th. 1951, In the above named Lot 10 of Hlk 19 B. Wllkln S 10 1II1.30fll\Vt..fNW'4 It I U 11 LeRo.Cell C. 11 14 F. 110 N 110 rt
_ 1"hJ cauae, wherein plaintiffaeeka ('0..1'& and cause wherein plaintiff "rao'i. Blk A ._ James H. Walkersa ..5'Pl. W A nf 8, 01 SW'4.' .." thence SilO ft It to R.I
Bradford County oeek* divorce' general 18 I U' II Z. R. pt '
divorce. equitable re. WOfl "oWf't Sawyer. of
Telegraph shall publish thla Order ......... xk-nivlslo S 33.i I ot NF.14 ot .... beg IS 7' II I B. L. Blinks

jn; next four weekly \issues.Vltnvel liefHradford County Telegraph shall Lota t. 6 of Ilk H Nannie Graham. Saunderi 1.67Pusey SW14 IS I U T Dorothy & Jennis nail All Ei,4 of SW14 ot J-
ptibllKh this I W" 01 NRL1 nf PEV. J8 20 I u
hand and official' Order In next fourweekly I 12 0.0. Ooodwln. NW'4 that
} my 8 of
thl May. I....... I *, Aere. Mnb-Dlvlelo i 31 1\ allot : E% 01 NE"4: of SIiZ.Es ", 4911 State
Florida R4 11
Htarke H.I... Manaisa 1II
neal at IS
Witness Blk' 1Lot I A.In Nl Cor 1 V. .r. SI.d.
hand of U 6 U
mr and official peal 7. U Ernest Dell Dlk hampton
Albert A Elliott Tlson 14 Park
_ 11th. SEAL,) A. J. Thoma it Htarke, Florida, thl. May 3rd 9 nf. Hlk SLot W. C. Davis.. J... I"t I, "I'ont at 89: Con of ScO a IT -NF:' 01 Slt4 Sec .,
( IRo'. 10 f nik SLot 0 rUn W 105 ft for r
Clerk of Court eI
_ Aa of
H A. Manassa t." .
By Haven Crosby Deputy Clark (OFFICIAL, SRAt.) A. J. Tbnn.... I. 8 of Blk 8 Lllll D Weston 1 St I I a 'NofI0 beg thence It-Wof NWI4 W.:1:
_ UnlveriltyAvenue. A. Clerk of laid. Court Lot 4 of Blk 8 i run ft W 105 5 HW'4 II.o.
W. n.
804 Alfred Borne. Su
Carlo B.Oalneivllle Harper. Flu.Attye. By Haven. Cro.by. Deputy Clerk Lists 7. 3. 9, 10 Of Bile 4 10 ft S 105 ft IC 105 ft All that porll"n nf 7 II Mrs. Natal :

_ .fornPlf. till 4t 818If Chae H ilei. J04-CB Guaranty. L>lfe CAEL JOHNS to Pt of beg 2 I. III' Leater Pr..u. 18.1' W4 Jfof NE'k4 of
liiilldlnir. Jacksonville Florida." Tax Collector. City of Starke. Fla. Con .t 'IE Con nf SCO NFt0 Rn 2 I II" 3 Tony Drum"
: ClrcnU Cotsrt. Bradford ConntyFlorida Ally.. for I'lf. tl4 4t 11:25IIOTI1o : run W liS ft for apt NWI4 01 8W.,. Es 10
of beg thence run A rights nl ways II I U 1O.r. Frank pad
In Ckanccry.Herbert ) NOTICE
) H Uodtrey Plaintiff T*. : ] OP 'APPIICATIOV FOR N lOll It W 110 It S SL of SJ14! II U II 40 Emma. HelOu.rd. -.
105 ft E 110 ft ,
Defendant.CaKe TAX: ItK.KItlien opt
I'hyll' I.. Oodfrey. No. 1411Orden ** inn M... tuna Nollo. I I.. hereby given that the followIng. described lands wIn b. sold of beg" 20 5 'i' LeaterPreatt''; n." AI RWI4 of HEI SW .

p.bllrttoa And N..tl. T. NOTICH lit HKItEBY QIVEV.=' that .t public auction 0" the list day. 01 May. 1931 .t St..rk.. the County' of 4om no ft N from of fly 13 II II Emma. R.iktr
Of "' Pl.ORIII Tot Carl' ITown. the holder of the fol. "radfnrd. dtate of Florid. to pay the amount duo for lazes herein set I liP: Cor of SW'4 "f Lot 1of\ Hilt D. Joft. Ou.rd.
Appear .TAT..IO' residence lowing. certificate ha. filed laid. to the ...m.. together with all\ Costs of such sale and .o1YlI'u.ln"1 IIWr..n W 115 l'l..a"ant I'D' ." ..ropd4 -

Phvlle Lta ( $dl.yj21..hN::. Ave, certificate. for a tax. deed to he I I.. opro.I Lt N :Ot'p::olt..t; In PI.t Bk I.
_ and ad .' .. N. J.: "
U. here Tract 110
and 11ft. Pleasant.
to appear on yeari of Issuance, the de- .
You are required In th' above named crlptlon of the property .and the IlFo'\ of NE'4 & ES4>! cf .....,. A..... 11I..1.1. 21 S n ft I) as' recorded 1ft
June llth. Itftt 11 120 American Tong .It
wherein plaintiffeeeka names In whlchAlt was assessed are .il8% ; lilt 1. Pg 45 11 21 Fred Dod!
Court and cauae Or.eve., Zoo.S'W14 Elk H. Tract.
Bradford County a* follows: Lot 1. 1 A. Manassa. 119 lOb Carl Voll.
divorce this OrderIn Certificate No. 14 of NWVt 5. Lot lRik, I Alb.rta Tyson knnf of NW'4 of

_ Telegraph Khali publish iv Ueue: Year of iKKuann. June I. A.!> 1949 NWV of "''WI4 Lot III. Rlk J Wm. D"v., J... .119.11 W it 4 11 S IIOovt W. L. Broddocl
nest four wee and official. DescriptIon of Property W)4) of 'V. 10 A of NE\4\ of Tot I. RUt I H. A. Mtissa. I 1-4 of Blk I nf .
Witness my hand. this MayCoWlCIAt. HW of SWVl .See 4. T. I S.. ft. 22 8W4 I. 7 n 10 R. H. Faulkner 10.078E" 1401 4. Elk I LIllie D. Weston 1.19 Lot a Lakeside '
Florida. .5
seal. .at .Ktarke. ':. 10 Acrea. of Nm14 & I AIn till II 3 II ICdw. 31cC:

) A. J. ThomaS, Vame In which .......d A. O. 01 NICYS 5 R... .......y Is .w .f NEV f SE9t WHo ef .E\4I of .1\41: NFV. ot SWVU.f NIl!: <'.
: SEAL Court Brown 8J''Ecor U 10 n JessIe Le..La.enby 11.71 *1 ; 32 a 4AinN Coro 'It.
A* Clerk of All of laid. of S 10 U Ray Saw Mill Co. I.U 19 SP1 of NE'4 3podi
Deputy Clerk property being In the AU Lot I 8 "f Rivet II Lot I. Bile WIIb.rt tuch. W33 It. 21 II Fred
By Haven Croeby : : County of Bradford. 'lA'te 3 4. Pile I. n ft ofE7l0ft
Stale of Flori .. 8W14 JoSephine Bass.
L.lfeBulldlnr. of IIW14 .
Chan. R Hee SOl-oi Guaranty. da Sti.ot IIE14 .0 I .0 120 Ray' -Sa. HIIJ Co. 13.1'Lo' : Lots I'. I. Elk $4 Lon,,'. Flow.re 171: I About nf SE" of NR', $4 3 II 10 1111'.. Stilt' It
Jackaonvllle FlaAtty I iii A In !
Unless liP:
_ 6U| 4 t II l lIn I such certificate. or certi U. U "f Plk II.f 5 of 8' Cop ,
_ *. 7or Pit. ficate. shah he redeemed Town New River.Secs ''G..a.. 1..1. at. n of NE\4\ of .
Ing tbe .0 Unltno..n 1 f NW'4ofpj'4 yb'I
Conrt. ..ra.ford Coa n.r. :In orhla.'r property 2$, 24 10 .0 American. Tung 31,71Orova. .t 8E ('on of IS. II flirt's1
Clrenlt or ... II' lot 1... Bile 1 /I..
"cord'i If.
'......,. will be W% of W14 .. Ine. Hotley It NWV
Pi.eidai I. cold to the highest Lot I el "Ik 1 Aaron swtIk:; ;:0 &
______ N.YI. C' Dob.k. plaintiff VS. Stan.leT .t the court hnuee door on BEI4 It I .0 .0 American TunE ..... Lot 4 of "I" I Rosa Evans Iloliey It .f ft for a
Eof t.i
J. Dobek I>.f.nd-.c-M |f|. Monday In month of June 1951. Oroy.... Inc.Ste : Lot 0 .f IIlk 2 11. J. Dross I It 130 beg thiCo run
No. ft
And ... Ice fvAppear which I I. the 4 dar. of June 1951 of Lot 11 10 I .0 10 a.r..n.;: : I III loOt It .f Rlk I Mr. Mciii P. a.h.c I It 130 ft 8 H 160 11I0 ft ft II "
Order Of rnblleatloa Tettltanler Dated thli Seth day of April 19JI. Lot 13 of Blk I Samson WhIte I It of beg to pt Jd
STATE OP FLORIDA A. J. Thoman Pea 11 Es 1414 01l..t. Lot It. Hilt I Mr.. Mettle P. lit IS 5 *1 S Minnie I
L Dobek. whose re.ldencda.nd Clerk of circuit Court of All I. ... Ex Com ..t NW' Con of Gabagan J'U Tract u. 11.)1 Pump. ,
address l I.< not Beach St.. Wil Bradford County. Florida I I I 814 of L t. i. I 11' 10 1t0 American 'lung III." B'lkSSofR.2 B0 kin Patch .. dese

_ mington. Delaware: l4| 4t lilt I Or.vee, Ine. run 8 60 It for One t.eedBkS4pp3 II S II E. J. proctof
on :
You .are required to appear E44 ofof pt of beg thence run Lot In Lot I a.
Jane llth 105*. in the above named rn Tae rimlt Cenrt of Bradford WEt NW Eu HEt; ; r: U f& II 10 ft W deso.In i Deed 11k.. "

_ Oourt and caue. wherein plaintiffneka I ( east? rinrldnLln. rknneevr ofSEi4, II I I UO American Tu.... 53056: .0 It H 10 ft to pIof Ott II S II Tlorefl5 It'
Bradford CountyTelegraph (Irove beg U S II
divorce ETidford CounfV Development En. Ella L. EII..oa .
ehall publish thl* OrderIn terprliel. In.... Plaintiff v*. Emma 8E14 of NE'> II I 10 43 Eli.a .wna::; IG$9MI rIot as described I" 534 ...... Semek .._.. I a

nest four weekly laiue officialeal Richard, a ..widow *t .1. Defend"order that' .r-.JJ: ofNWI4 Deed Book 52'tJc'' II I II HGFloe. Calber. It Lot I "
WItness my hand and 4. Com .t the _' .- < r.rtciitiSt.ot
at Ktark. Florida this May ; .f Pufcllcetlen and IV..... <. lteetW 01 ew 'of SW'4ofSWl4& e Lot IS
llth 151 Appear Te State .f rlaridn TniAngelina River Rod .. that run IC $19 It S III ft I is. IndIan Beach
I OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thoma Welleis.. .If alive. and If of NE. for pt of bes' thence Unit NGoo I.
( lnrtofl
A. Clerk of said Court. dead bet unknown heirs. devises.|' eitlEof! 800.' run W 10 U S 1,011ftESO IS.II : n Vnlno"

By Haven Crobr. Deputy ClerkChae ....nt..., creditor and other ...Ialm..nt. hole Rd. Sees 4, I 1 II I AmericaN. Tung 4 $3(1nov55. ft lOOtS .
R. He**. 104-OS Ounranty Lit. to the hereinafter described 1..0.N" to ;ft of her5 II I II .7*.. Scott '
Tlulldlnir..... Jackionvllla Florida.. land claiming by. through underor of NW'h I I 10 10 American lung 11.10 W t Af' mICofNWI4 >> .11 3. R. wELL Y. Pra&GilTaS ,

______ Jilt.,.. for Pit. 51: $ 4t 1\8 1 .acalnit her the unknown h.ln. OrGY" InS. \ 11: I II II J. r. Keller. ACt. 1t.0 CollectCoajat .

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