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: June 8, 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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in Dual Named RotarSponsored Outstanding Citizen Awards 1 'fI BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .- : wow-i.

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s partln supervising- Official County Publication Established /111879'OLUIE
Bradford High School.
recipient of the An- \ :
iel, 8E\'EST1"-TWO
,:Iry Citizenship Award at STARKJo. FLORIUA )<'RIU.\, .urNI'': S. 1931
nominating com"hurnday 1 N1IOl'R t'ORTY.SENHiway :
}g of the

.the otary. man plaque morning or woman l Is given who each Accidents Pirates Begin Tryouts Here Today 73 Get Diplomas

jplnlon. of the committee ,
ributed! the! most worth- Young players Interested In Players attending are asked to

vice to Starke and Brad- Claim Two Lives careers In professional. baseball I bring their own ahoes gloves, and From

nty. will have an opportunity to display uniforms. Boys signed to contract BHS FridayMemorial

ward l Is sponsored by the their ability In a tryout campto w\th Pittsburgh organization

Hub but the selection com- Two men are dead and six others injured from a series of be conducted by the Pittsburgh clubs on the strength" of their

composed of representaorlous five automobile accidents on the highways surrounding Lawtey Pirates In Starke on June 8 and 9. showing In camp, will be refunded Stadium was the mecca of a large segment of

local civic orgart-, I J since Thursday night of last week. Dead so far are Hugh- The camp activities will be directed expenses Incidental I to attending.The the population of Bradford County last Friday night a1t 73 IJ

The Lions Club..Rotft7, Griffin, Jr., Waldo, and Mack R. Goins- by T. J. "Shaky" Kaln, camp Is open to all young Bradford High School Seniors, the largest graduating class
Legion BPW and from young Airforce man now a Pirate scout and formerlya players, those in recent ,
Ineligible to :
n l\IacDiU' Field In Tampa.Th. i except ears, received their diplomas under the .. Club were represented .. .....Itt."t_ h __ 1.._. ..__ highly successful minor league attend under the High School and eyes 01 iriend.-i and relatives. ---
ellng Thursday. I Inklng I I day night when; Nathaniel t Whitney ; I pitcher and manager Kaln will American Legion Rules. Session At S o'clock to the muted notesof Eighth Grade boy and girl for

the announcement a negro from Lawtey, ran TRUCK DRIVER be assisted by Herb Thomas, an- will be held at Starke Athletic the Impressive processional, best Citizenship: Marcus Rape and

mlttee said that It. de- off the first bridge north of other veteran baseball man. Field beginning- at 9.30: A. M. played by the BHS Band, the Barbara McComb.

ii based on Partln' "out Starke On the Lawtey road. Whit. 'RUNS OVER SELF'IN graduates marched In double file Lions Club Award for Outstand.

work In the educational ney evidently lost FREAK across the football field and took ing Athlctn: Jack Hazen.
control of the MISHAP
,vt and beyond the call C. S. PARTIX 1951 pickup truck he was driv First Car Loaded Out On New TrackThe I their seats In V-shaped formation Lions Club Award for Highest
well-rounded I Four-Year
and his ing. The truck knocked Mont freaklHh ,,'c\d..nt'ln\ inft'Ontofthe stadium. The classcmora .... Average: Donald Richie.
Including civic down six a h' ___ .. "."., ... .".-..-.-....'.-. ,-- --.-..
!I' .orvlnn. lor : oi -4 '- lur "
aiarKe, ana Herb Thomas for concrete posts on the side of the week of tuliiliaps occurredVcxl- nine ana white were car "alty on
roll actlvltes.ommlttee his outstanding work with the bridge and plunged Into the creek I nemlay morning when Iloke first carload of corn on thenew computed but was described} as ried out In the background decorations. Temperance: Frank Brown 1st,

.. also announced young peoples' athletic program It Is reported that the truck .wa Owens, South Carolina truck; railroad aiding at the State "good'. Quality was only "fair" Florence Brown. 2nd.
iners-up for the award The award will be'made at the a total loss, but Whitney escaped driver fell out of his cab and Farmers Market was loaded out because of the ravages of winter Following the Invocation by Rev. WCTU Award for essays on the

uy Andrews for his major regular meeting of the Rotary unharmed. was run over by the wheels of yesterday as the truck crop season cold spring drouth, and worms. Thomas O. Mitchell and an over Flag: Florence Brown, 1st; MarIon .

securing the new factory Club on June 20. Shortly after midnight Friday I his own truck. Tile accident occurred reaches Its peak In Bradford: Other products sold at the ture, "Oypey Festival," by the Harrington, 2nd.

night, a semi-trailer, driven bl:! right miles south of County-but a peak that was not market so far this season Includer band a sympoafam tUI "Democracy Members of the 19M graduating .

Lewis Lemon of North Carolina ', Starke on U. S. SOI.Owrim /as high as it would have been Pepper, 2.I',0 hampers at $2: average Can Survive In The Modern class are:

ool Corbin Civil Suits Fail overturned about six mllas north .aht that he thoughthe "with more favorable weather con i World" was conducted. by members J. L. Alvarez, Mary Andrews,

of Lawtey. The driver said that' heard a noise In the bark of ditions. Fordhooka. 300 hampers at of the graduating class. Doyle Edward Andrews, Ronald Andrews,

he started to pass a the truck, no be took Ills flashlight > Through Wednesday approximately $2.75-: The audience was aware that Bancroft. Helen Barry

Life Terms To car, and just as he came passenger abreast.: opened the door of the 15,000 boxes and bags of Peas, 600 hampers at S2.7:5: ; much serious thinking had gone Clinton Barton Donald Bennett,
n I Draw DamagesVerdicts of the car, It edged him off the,I' rab and Ironed out to take a corn (each containing five dozen) Tomatoes. 100 bushel at $3.73; Into the preparation of these ad Sue Biggs, William Booth, Theodore -
had been aold at the market. The dresses, and the Brannen, Gerald Brown, Marcus
road. He said that halost control look. He lout his balance and I Potatoes, 200 buihets at topics were all
{ paid has not been,.133. developed and delivered In Brown Peggie Caldwell Betty
McCool 22, and of the truck when the wheel fell from the rab. The truck, average price : I admirable
James of flit
i I not
guilty were returned style Harry Edward Nadine Clark, Edna.
mill In .
fe. Corbin, 32. entered the In the soft sand shoulders, and turned ]' motion ran over him.Owens served
I two civil suit. tried In a 'I" as chairman of the Coleman, Oris Collins Kathryn
Hrnon' at Ralford Saturday brief term of Circuit. rv!>mh._ ..._ over. The driver was unlnjur- > In In the galneavIllahoepilal I Introduced, nymposlumand Column, Clair Cox, Cecil Crawford
---- --- .v with rrunlieMfoot ; Race th* following ,
the life terms "at hard >this week. ed, but no reports were available anil ankle.a Th badly Track Total Rites Monday speaker: Ruby Crawford, William Cressler,

i) which they were sentenc- The jury found fpr the de as to the amount of damage done reported" truck wall !{.. [arvln XVarren who .rlincu/ixed? !' Wand: Crosby, Hilly Danaby
&y afternoon by Circuit fendant In the long Hugh Griffin, Jr. was killed undamaged. Americanism" Harold Davis
delayed case Leslie Ralph Davis, Va-
Z. .\..elklns.a of Oran Pappas versus Cecil early Sunday morning when the Reaches $90OCO For Rarph HazenRalph 'Communism"' Catherine. Sapp.Judil stood emotionless Whltebead. car In which he was riding crush "
men Collins Draws'5Year Cltironnhlp": Dolph Reddish, "1m.I fIlch/ Durban, William Durban,
[the bar as Judge Adkins Mrs Pappas had sought S25.000 ed head-on into a Chevrolet pick I plications. far Survival" Adi: Edwards Curtis Edwards,

led the sentence follow. damages as the result of an auto- up driven. by William Durban Bradford along with the rest ofI'lorida's I E. Hum, 48, prominent Honor graduates-.those main Harry EdwardM, Floyd Futch,

Menial of their motion for mobile accident on October 29, Lawtey. Elmer Crews, also ot 67 counties hns revived farmer and stork raiser, died suddenly taining a B IIIVf'ralts--w..r" Intro James Gaxklna Thomas. Hamilton,

Iriat. 1945 In which her husband, George Lawtey, was riding In the truck SentenceLeroy a total of $90,000 In racetrack Sunday morning as the result duced by C. S. Partln, supervising\ Thomas Harding, Albert lilt zen.

|hit Nelson attorney for Pappas received fatal Injuries. A with Durban and Is now In a Jacksonville funds no far this year The ot a heart attack at hin horn principal, ai follow: Sue nlg *. Jack Kazan Edwin Hornsby,

'Ieted murderers, stated report filed by the Highway Parolman hospital lu critical con lAtest Installment, received this near Brooker. Wllllflrn Booth, Marcus Brown Lavoti Crosby Edwin Howard
[ had not been' decided t dition. Collins was sentenced' to week was for $3.000.: A small final Peggie "' Charles
Investigating the accident, Mr. Hazen was a nntlve and s Orls Collln, Hutclieson Mantle Hutch
not however State Highway Patrolman. O. C. five years at hard labor In the distribution will be made on June Kathryn Oolsun. logs, :
for an appeal would be Indicated that Fappai lifelong resident of the Brooker William CreMlnr Kenneth Johns, Catherine
the State Supreme Court.j| was on the wrong side of the road Belott, said that James I. Hutch- Florida State Prison at Ralford :30. I section. Ho was the son of Oeo. BlHv nanxhy, Kaipar Duncan Curj Judd, Nancy Knight, Jerry Lawson .
I and Corbin were con-'. when his automobile collided with eson. 16, of Wauchula, was drivIng Monday( when he appeared before The amount already received Is ; W. Hazen and the late Minnie j Edwards, Hurry Edward, Catherln Allen Lewis\ Meed Lewis,

( first degree murder forh a truck belonging to Whitehead Griffin's car (la 1931 Plymouth the Circuit! Court and changed his $7,600 more than the total dlstrl L. Hazen and had served two ; Jti'ld Edward 1\f.....,.. Owen Edward Massey, Robert McCellan,

3 slaying of Claude and operated by a negro driver sedan,) and veered to the left side' plea of not guilty of first degreemurder buted to each county last year. terms as the mayor of Brooker. i McRno. Donald. Richly, JOAn Owen McRae, Margie Moody, Ann

young truck driver for Nathan Davis. of the road when he went to Bleep to guilty of manslaughter.The Besides his father he Is survived | Sweeney. Ruth Toppliis, and Marvin Moore, Bert' Newromb. James

Powder Co. Bea1lr'sbody (( A directed verdict of not guilty The youth was charged with reckless I'' charged 28 by year the old State negro with had been kill- Toby Dowdy To Plan by his widow, Mrs. .Jettye Mae Warren Prevail, Dolph Reddish, Donald

was found on the was, given by Judge A. Z. Adkins driving without a license. Hazen; three children Diploma were presented to the Richie<: Curtis Roberts, Leslie
i of a burning automobile I in the eult' of Arthur H. Ball Phillip B. Tate 16, and James Ing. Sherman Duhart, another negro For Legion Dance Frances, Doyle, and Jack: Edward Mary I gradual by Harmon P. Morgan" Sapp, Joan Sweeney Clara Thom

to McCool. An autop. versus Ben F. Hall. damages E. Cross, Jr. 22, both of Gainesville .. An argument In a Dec. had 24 shooting out spree.of Saturda u, June 16 Hazen, all of Brooker! four brothers .uperlnten..n't tion. of public Instruc as, Vernle Thornton, Ruth Top-
led that he had robably 2000. In the bill of complaint and paiaengeis In the Griffin grown pins, Arl-y. Underhill, Dan Wain
Harley Hazen Centerhlll, Lucia
stab wounds in the ab- Ball alleged that Hall had deviated car, were taken tq the Gainesville I a Christmas Eve drinking party In 1 Ray Stone, Chairman of the n O Hazen, Starke, Emery J- Special awards\ .nn..untl'O'ld. at wright, J<* Warren, MarvIn Warren .

before an attempt was I from specifications In the con- hospital along with Durbaa the Lincoln home of Durmrt's mother In American Legion's Dane ComrWWee Hazen, Plant City and Ivan HKaron thy Amerlean, tlm by Mr. Partln weriv: ". Robert Wasdltl James. Norman .
I City
destroy his bodju. Uu the. structlon"ft* a filling station on Coins, an enlisted Air force',man, According to 8n rUf t>. P. Bed- I announce; 4nday that T"b!" Jacksonville, .wJ one slater I 'i Legion .Award.. to I Kenneth,...'c3rrnan.r.I .
/301: :
lie that had been:drenchi U'I was fatally'nJuredf,1onday"morn.Ing dish, Collins reportedly went home, Dowdy and bto Highpolnter's Mrs. A. R. McKlaney, Starke I
i some Inflammable ma-* about mile and a half south; would playa Round and Square Naaworthu W'InnPiilco _
picked up a 22 calibre rifle and Funeral services 'were iteM I New City Ordinance
when convertible .
of Lawtey the dance to be sponsored by the Legion
returned to the house fired afternoon 3 1 I
and Monday at o'clock In
hours before he met his School Board which he was driving crashed Saturday night, June 16, at All'ExpetiKC Provides Owners
through closed door three timesOne the New Hope Baptist Church of
peaver had received his head-on Into a semi-trailer. Patrolman the Armory.
of the bullets lodged In Du- which he was a member, with R"v. Trip To Bermuda Share Sidewalk Cost
jy check from Hercules.I Belott, who also Investigated Legionnaire Stone stated that _
stomach L. II. Crawford officiating. Inter
..Y.U found on his perT C ForBids this accident, said that the local Legion Post had been c. H
trying ment was In New Hope Cemetery NasMorthy, local Phllco The City Council moved and
T wallet at the time of Coins had evidently been drivingon for _
time dealer,
some to sign the left the Jacksonville
airport passed ordinance
under the direction of DeWltt' C. an In Its regular
the left side of the road and famous radio and television star last
Harris Elected Jones. Friday night for New meeting Tuesday night requesting
The Bradford County Board of that the truck driver had no al. lip to play Its weekly dances when York and Bermuda on a one."veek' property owners to pay for< half _

per Program Public Instruction this week ternatlve but to run Into him. He. they were resumed. Mr. Dowdy I all expense paUl trip. The trip In the coat of any new sidewalks

announced that they will receive was on his way home to Maryland Lions PresidentThe has also gained quite a reputationas Legion Seniors a gift of the Phllco Corporation laid III the city.
Head Park sealed bids from now until July to attend a friend's funeralHe one of Mercury Record's outstanding for Nasworthy'a super sales record. -1 The ordinance will require the

> June 19 2 on four current projects.The was. taken to the Alachua "Hillbilly" recordingstars. property owner to pay for half

projects Include heating County hospital and died 21 hours Starke Lions Club elected Beat Jax TeamThe Mrs\ Nanworthy reports that I the labor, material, and any moving .

lorlda Park Service and the high school building at Law. after his arrival. officers at their regular meeting Mr. Dowdy In a telephone rail her husband left the Jacksonville" I of trees, etc., to make the

ford County Board of tey. heating the elementary aihool Wednesday night and enjoyed a Wednesday afternoon stated thatif airport for New York Friday night< sidewalk possible. However, small .

tructlon have announc- building at Hampton the addition Bill Creating dinner prepared by A. H. HarleyJr. the :June 16th dance proved a local American Legion senior and was scheduled to board the I sections of sidewalk that aren't _

they will sponsor a sum- of one classroom and' toilets to Eight New Districts ., A. H. Harley II, and Billy success that he would contract to nine used four pitchers la "Queen of Bermuda" Saturday over 10 feet long will be replaced _
gram at Gold Branch Hellbronn school and the con Jackson play these dances every Saturday chalking' up a 14-12 win over the afternoon. While In Bermuda, lie by the city at Its own expense.
rk this summer. version of the existing auditoriumat Signed Into Law Officers elected to serve for the night starting June 30th. Kenelly Transfer Co. of Jacksonville will join with the Phllco dealers I

"Warn, which Is slated Bradford High School Into s oncoming year 'are: I. H. Harris Wednesday' night on the BHS from all over the United StatesIn Spray Fumes Fatal

Tuesdays June 19. will library. Governor Warren has signed president" ; H. V. Knight, 1st vice Acting ManagerAt
iwlmmlng and water safe- Builders and contractors may Into law a bill\ creating eight Congressional president r C. W, Colson Jr., treas Farmers Market The local team played 23 men and sight-seeing attractions I To Georgia Workers; _

n otudy. and arts and secure plans, contract documents districts In Florida. urer; C. L. Currle, secretary; In. In the slugfest. Including the four<{ He l Is scheduled if r> return tc Public Is Warned

''ith natural materials, for and forms for building at the office : The State gained two Congressional man Green lion tamer; and Leslie For Corn Season pitchers Edgar Akridne/ Gerry Jacksonville by air Friday night. _

ems In the schools of of the Superintendent of districts on tha.basis of the Biggs, tall twister. Fountain. Gene Ma t and Delano The Telegraph has been asked _
1 County and In the fifth I Public Instruction In Starke. 1950 Federal census. Elected to the Board of Direct c. M. Todd manager of the Thomas. Coach Herb Thomas said Softball ScheduleTo to call the attention, of the pubUc
r bove. It Will be ? Here are the Florida Congressional tors were Buddy Bishop, Titus Farmer's Market In Pahokee, has _
e- The Board In Its regular meetIng -. that he is trying to develop' I>f'. to a news Item from Valdosta,
a I to Tuesdays and Thurs- i Monday also received a request districts as now set up: Olson and George Sapp. been named acting manager of the lano Thomas' Into a southpaw to Be Resumed ; Ga. stating that a tenant farmer _

" run In conjunction with from Mrs. Ernestine B. Mc- First-HilUboroiigh and Pinellas Bradford County market through rive the local club added. pitching Friday NightThe who breathed fume.. of "tepp'V a _
library program at Rae. leave of absence Counties. Sgt. Rodney Hall 'he spring: shipping season. He strength. poison used to kill lice on tobacco
requesting a I
Second-Duval and Clay Counties Is temporarily filling the job leftvacant He said that far county league Softball schedule died In an ambulance on the way
for the 1951-52 School year. The I Completes CourseAt when so about A3 _
Ive plans call for the pro- R. B. Alvarez., the boys have shown for will be to the Hahlra, Ga. hospital.
request was voted upon and up practleesessions resumed tonight (Friday -
1 begin about 9:30: each granted. S Third-Bacambfa: Santa Rosa. Ft. Bennino School former manager, waa promoted to with the American Legion ) after two weekj of It was reported that the man _
and end at :3 o'clock In Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Wash state manager lunlor and senior nrarram. MIW. was cleaning a tobacco barn when _
noon. H. P. Morgan, A letter was also received from I I ington. Bay Jackson Calhoun, Rodney P, Hall, a sergeant In the I Todd said that the local market ever he said, anyone -el i''*' who; I because of rainout and lightingtrouble. he ollaped. He had been removing -
'ident of Public Inatrucd a firm representing the Insurance Gulf. Liberty, Franklin, Gadsden. local National Guard graduated' would be one of the finest In the would like to com out will be the poison which wa* stored] _

1 that the county will run company i in reply to theBoard's Leon Wakulla- and Jefferson Wednesday night from the Fort tate If farmers would take a little Welcomed To be eligible for the Tonight's schedule Is: Bhuford In the barn. .

Vice' through Starke. Law. suit for settlement In I Counties.: Beaning school In communicationsHall more care In the packing of program, a boy must tw under IT vs. Humphrey; Camp Standing He wa* the second reported vie- _
lpton. Brooker and Hell- replacing the defective bleacherw.1I Fourth-Dade and Monroe Coun- la the 20 year old son of Mr. their corn. He also urged any of years old or riot have reached his Va. tim of tobacco poison fume. In
at the Bradford High.:
Coldhead. County ties. and them who' have been 17th that section within month. A
Mrs. C. E.. Hair of TI1ere 8a. having birthday before January 1st a
School Memorial Park. The firm I, Fifth-St. Johns, Flagler Volu. trouble with worms to write of Monday, June 11: Hercules vs. farmer died
The local National Guard office the! this year. Practice sessions are Colqultt County recently -
offered a thousand dollar settle sla. Marion Citrus, Sumter. Lake Agricultural Extension Service Bhuford; Humphrey vs. Alvarta.,
orea Veterans announced that .Hall's schooling at held every Wednesday and Thursday .after spilling tobacco
P' ment but It was rejected by the I' Seminole, Orange Osceola and ,Would be extremely valuable tc the University of Florida for the I nights on the local high school Tuesday, June 12: Camp Bland. poison In his lap.

Speakers Board. They asked the superintendent Brevard Counties. the local battalion since they were latest bulletins on worm control. diamond.Cattle. : lag v*. Bhuford; Hercules vs. The public Is warned against _
\gion to answer the letter and I Ir Sixth-Indian River, Okeechobee basically an administration andcommunlc.tlona He said that hi. position here Inhaling all fumes of poison used;
Meeting Humphreys.
,i Inform the Insurance company St. Lucle, Martin. Glade Palm unit. Ills graduation was only temporary snd that he To Be Tested In dusting and spraying. _
that they were willing to settle I Lee, Collier and will _
Jj1 Shall and Louis Beach. qualifies him as an expert resume his normal duties In
Starke, both Her- the salt for the full amount of the Broward Counties.SeventhHerflando. .on infantry communications.A ,Pshokee at the end of the spring For Bang's Disease
all veterans of damage. which was fixed at Highlands shipping season here. Keystone Lions To Get Charter June 18.
,[invitation, \ Campaign! have ac- tl.828.02. Pasco. Polk, Manatee, H.rdee, graduate of Bradford County Week Of June 25 ;
to attend and High School, Hall joined the National
< DeSoto and Charlotte : I I
local American Legion Sarasota. Guard two and a half years Eight fillS Graduates County Agent ''. K. MoClane. Jr
I ". Brown And Grider l"'nllntl.___ ..._. James C. Kill (left) will be the
regular meeting next on.n ago. rrior 10 applying for active announced today that Dr. Collins
I Plan To Enter
the charter
night according to Com- Picked' To AttendBoya' Eighth--Madison. duty and going to school he was of the U. S. Department of Agriculture principal speaker at
A. J. Taylor, Lafayette, Suwannee. night meeting of the KeystoneHeights
TJomas. Jr. The two employed by W J. Whitesides In Colleges This Fall will test cattle for Bangs
tarke Columbia. Union Bradford Lions Club Monday June
State June 24 .
oldiera-h.ve only I Keystone Heights.The Disease during the week of :June ,, .
t returned Alachua. Gllchrlst Dixie, Levy 18! Hill I I. a director of Lions .
from oversea degree of difficulty In Eight recent graduates of Bradford 21. Thin '' a Store Frank Brown of Hampton and Nassau, and Putnam. International, having been elected I 44J t
abortion :
of In cattle
experiences I Completing the communl<'..t'VNI County High School are now and undulant
e Which will be of special Lloyd Gilder of Starke. have been course 'la obvious when only TO Manning on attending college, according fever In humans It can be transmitted to that office at the International :u

I to all Legionnaires and_ selected by the local American Airforce Officer men graduate from the four to the request for grade through the milk and all Convention held In Crllcajo In

Legion Post to represent Starkeat month-long school out of the 115 ''ranscript filed with Mr. Lois milk cows should be tested annually. July. 1950.
Escapes InjuryIn The Keystone club got off to a
Rradtord Boys State this The an-
year. .
Count Legionad who started.Hall "Moore' In the principal's office j
I roaring start with a charter membersbtp -
veteranl nouncement wu made by A. J. Bad Wreck Vone of the eight request were Adult of ,
are row any age and
cordially Is back In Starke now
'19 Thomas Jr., commander. the i of 22 men when the club
attend this meeting. walling for the unit's time to from girls. I calves over six months old maybe I was organized May 3. 1951 by J.
local poItSelection. A young Alrtorce privateseverely leave for Fort MiClellan, Ala. Present plans Indicate that four: tested for Bangs" disease" la Barnett Napier, Special Representative

'F1IlI Is Mailed of the boys to attend damaged his car, but last ex- After that he says, "'!'m goingto will enroll at. the University of addition calves from to 8 months of Lions International, and

'!lured was made by Charles S. Partin caped without serious Injury school again Florida one will go to Florida I" old\ may be vaccinated against the sponsored by the Lions Club of
Graduate principal of Bradford County Sunday morning when he wrecked State University and three will disease and need not be tested Starke.

High School. In conjunction with his 1912 Ford sedan on Slat begin at Emory University In again. The charter member are: A, E.
PartJn. RA-GA Parade :
,* Principal at BHS. W. T. Coram and William Scruggs. Road 200 about six miles south Georgia. All farmers are urged to take! Anthony, Jr.. Laurie Alderman, i.a;

It.I the out that through an I Only those boys who will be of Starke. This Afternoon Those who plan to attend the advantage of this service and Edward Bleha R. Browning. Nick

left name of :'. *. Alva. high school seniors next year are According to Deputy Sheriff University In Gainesville are leave their names at the County I\I Burton. Ernest T Davis, Robert

:, Week off the graduation I eligible to attend. I Cecil Sewell. the 20 year old The R.A.'s and G.A.'s of the Ronald Andrews, Charles Hutch. Agent's office In the Courthouseat Dodd T, A. Glockner. Charles HHager .

r'Bpltal In He Is In St. Vtn- They are scheduled to leave serviceman was proceeding south First Baptist Church will parade enson Jack Hazen and Harold Starke. Each farmer will be I A. O. Loudon, Sr. James

Inc from Jacksonville re- Starke, Sunday, June 24. for Tal- on highway 200 when a flat tire down Call St. Friday afternoonat I Davis. Kenneth Johns Is plan. notified what day to expect the McDonald. Harold Scales and E.

' a giant the Injury lie re'n lahasseeT There they \will/ live on caused his car to run off the left 4 ning to attend F. S. U. In Talla.ba. veterlanartan and It will ba necessary -V. Stuckey. vice president; Elbert Altman. 3rd
ke "'teat. Kings- the campus of Florida State University tide of the road. The car then I p. m.Following ..... Officers of the newly formed vice president Walter King lion
ri swimming resort. and study the various. truck a blinker light at the railroad the parade, there will Emory University will find Msr- to have someone to hold the i group Include Dr. William 1. Muster tamer and Anthony Baker, tail

to laid that since ". was phases of Florida StatS govern- crossing and rolled over. be a program for the group at the rum Brown Kaspar Duncan and I cattle for testing and vaccinating. president; J. P. Sullivan secretary twister. Directors of the club are _______

",, hl attend, the graduation ment. The one-week session will The driver was Richard Barr church at eight. Mrs. Clyde Priest Billy Greasier enrolled there when I There Is no charge for the Bangs ; Kyle MeMurty, 1st vice William Baker, Robert Dodd A.

diploma Was m.Ued adjourn June 30thand. the boys from Pennsylvania. Damage to Is tn. director of the group. the fall term begins.. test nor for vaccination of calves. I president; A. C. Anthony Jr.. :2nd 'O. LoudoivJr. and William Scales.
will return home. the car was estimated at S850. I

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', %OTICI TO APPIi\R: (IORFII'1CilerkEoff<< ) A.Circuit Court.Iry I. Unknnwn. IhWI.. 'tl ds7
(.1..11 C'.." D...,... Coeaty.Florida the, Clerk. YoU arc hereby notified -4.hAt a plaint ... 'qtbr '
I" .........,.. Uavon Cro.by Deputy cult for Divorce hae been filed \
TeleiraDE I. Iin 4t 611614OT1CE / ru ? '
gt Bradford County HAPPY FATHERS DAY itelen l'autine Pussy Plaintiff v. against you In the above named. ) ..
Robert L. Posey Daf.ndant TO APPEAR Court and cause and you are requlred once-. ktAl,
Case No. 1437Notk'e Bradford C..t. to Carve a copy of your five es'h k
ESTABLISHED 187" E. L. MATTHEW OWNK".KDITO" T. App.... Is Circuit Cear4.. answer or pleading to the complaint.on Telegraph w i; ti. (y
la ( .aurory.nufui Bl\Ctto
burden. Instead ot being To' Robert I. Poesy wines r..I- Florldal Plaintiff. V5.Case the PlalnU'f' Attorney ZachI
l genuine Dato.1lh
.... By Ru".U Kay dance I. R. F. D. No.2, Mana.as. It.uWoo. J'"f.ndant. TLnnglns. 505-501 Lynch Bulldlnll.Jnck".n'lIh. (OFFtCIAI !IIh >
second able to get by with a five or ten Vlrorlnla: No. 6141NuIics I ., Florida end file the : f'ubllllhf'd Every "FrIda and Entered am ,As a father of long standing I cent greeting card or a 50c gift, You aU hereby. notified that a original In the office of the CI.rkot J1'y flat, :erk ot ui R J.
ounce at 8tarke, FIa. for Dlvorce has bun filed : T. ApP.u the Circuit Court on or before Cre14,
II. Matter at the Poet am now going through the pangs suit .
IA.-s It now knocks a bole Ln the .old against. you In the above ..m..d UnI
of witnesslog' Ule suffering at family budget of from 50c to $1 Court and cause and you are requlred --cI e

MEMBER 1951BubcripUon loved ones who are going about for a card and $5 OE' $10 for a or to pleading serve a to copy the of. complaint your answer -

biting their finger nallA and wor- gift The box ot candy that use on the Plaintiffs Attorney Z.ch.

$2.50 Annually $1.50 For Six Months vying over the approach of a"day" to cost 150c Is now from $1./10/ to H....Dnuglaa.rark..nvlll.. Infi.ID1.. Florida Lynch and nulld.In. file ,

4 that some smart promoter U, the necktie we formerly paid the orlelnal In th.. o"lc. of the. w

I thought up and wIshed onto hue half a buck for ia now $2 and the forek Ih.n'.th.18th. Circuit day Court of .run.on. o1551ntherwise :

VICTORY FOR LOWER PRICES manlty with the noble Idea that bouquet of roses or carnations Is the. .11..atlon./ of said rj j
A will b. taken a. oont..pd -
Fathers like Mothers, should be 'omplRlnt
more expensive! than a sirloin
world last week was the .
in the
Big news recognized notice
have not .. . IIteak. Thle shall be publiahsd!
which i .
.stor .0
Court decision permitting: s each week for Four con.ecuu.uweeks "
Supreme ... 1 IlDa myaelr Demg' conlrontfta Then we have Dog Week and ones Tel.Pated .,
R..df..rd County
signed with a manufacturer to sell goods which are .l"alr with Innocent questions u to the Cat Week when we are supposed In this the lfitb day of May.. '

Traded" at any price they wish. The effect wa immediate. color necktie I like best, do I need to buy'Fldo an electric dog blanket (OFFC'clerkSofthe CircuithCourt! a

Large stores in New York City started a price war on many any handkerchiefs and what do I and Pussy a catnlp-.tufted Dy Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk

items, and some appliances which have long cost upwards of think of the new style sport sleeping bag and come home with :. IllS 4t IiaI. I
the price war has spread ahlrts t our pockets bulging with
(, $40 were cut $10 or more. And now puppy The Clrede Ceara of Florida.
i throughout the country and some folks are ;wondering jets The other day trolling In Tampa biscuits rubber mice. and a toy e/Ekta Judicial -1..11. I. mod for % // ... -
Bay. I lost one at my favorite Bredlerd teedy, I. ('k..errl5)15 .
when tire-plug.
what is happening. And particularly at this time weaU tarpon baits and was complaining 08E14Margsret Reserved .. ''e.- Prices Good Thru
Now I reasonable and Jean Markham PIRlnllt, Quantity Rights Sat
't have just about become accustomed to higher and higher that I had lost my best "spoon" am a guy V. L'urtl" Howard Markham DcPendant. 1
willing to go along' with the conventions ,
but never lower prices. I noticed the puzzled look that .
I could set his moat of" the way but' To: "'ort. Curtis Howard MRrkham.t.t 152 'Call Street
Tf Under the Fair Trade Law a manufacturer came over my daughter's face at I Rhoran Beacon ('nit. APO 1194.

i price arbitrarily, let us sa '$25 for a toaster, and then force the time but didn't think any- this year here bUlllness day,Is week obeglnJ\lng, month\ to and get ,"n Poetmarter la. San Francisco. Call.torn Starke Florida

i I aU dealers who handled his product to charge at least $25 thing about It until later 1over- on my nerves. uh"r. hereby nntified that ,
another, wanted to heard her asking Mama If she there been filed by MargaretJean
for it. A dealer who for one reason or It Isn.t that I mind spending Markham In the Circuit Court
t the manufacturer would knew what the pattern was for my or Bradford County. Florida, her
the could not do so. or
reduce price
the "...poon" I seemed so concerned money for gifts and trinkets to fill of CampIalnt agalnet I and
suspend future deliveries to him. make other. happy, but when J'm that the therein dun is

i, k But now the Supreme Court has ruled on it. and the pubHe about amazement and alnce she she also was expressed unaware called upon to spend money that troth divorce)you. A VINCl'LO and restoration JIIATIU\rONIf.of her S PRY Homogenized! 3 Ibs 91

f' is reaping a benefit, and we believe that in the long run that I had any special preference rightfully belongs to the grocer ham.Thte mald..n. nam. of Margaret Jean Gra- .

the decision will prove a sound one. It we are to believe the for a particular "...poon" and what the doctor, the landlord and the ,1., therefore to command you I
love free competitive enterprise finance It begins to Irk. to file your written appearance in
large corporations who profess to style was it. soup tea or table? company I
ill : in America then how can they believe in a practice There wall a time, before the J don.t blame the merchandlzers cold cause n. 1951.on or and before that you Saturday.June oh..111, BANAN'AS TInI Winter

under which they tell a dealer: You must sell our product smart. merchandizing experts got for doing everything In their power of thereafter July. 1911.eerve on r befor.a copy!the of ymir Nth I \ 1 Frozen Swett
at all to work on ua, when about aU to build up aatee and I know that defen.es. If
at our price and never cut it for any reason you any nn flamu.1 W. ,
t If we were to Ignore all these O..ta..nAU".n..y, for the PI.lntl",
to about from Strawberri
it and we are not by any means experts worry a gift .
this Utnx .
Be as may auepiclous dates and occasions the P. O. 61 Oalnesville Florida. 2 Lbs 2Sc
I it iB certainly good news that prices on at standpoint was Christmas. We and Immediately thereafter tile. the.
in such matters would save our pennies all florists, greeting card folks, gilt orlllinal In m". offlr. I'p"n .
i !; least a few items are coming down. We think the Supreme year shops and department stores would to comply with either of the allu'1
or a small amount In 4
put Chrlat.
l a n Decree Pro Confecco will entered 9t
Court decision was in line with what we believe is the American mac Club at the bank each week be out ot luck but Isn't it about ageluet ynu arcrAing : law.Wltnees I Firm Can.
I of life. time ,we set a Pay Your Bills nv hand and seal "f our I .
way and could get by In nice mape. up Circuit Court this 23rd day of'' Lb.
But not any more. Ji'lret week and take care ot that !Slay, A.D.. 1951. TOMATOES>> 19c
WILL CONGRESS HE ON TELEVISION: ? Now before going deeper In debt just A. 1. Thomas. MinnI
we are to shell "
upon Clerk Circuit
A bill has been Introduced In Congress which would permit out for anything and everything. because somebody cracks a whIp n. Hn..n Crneby, Deputy ClerkJ: I Green ''

televising and radio broadcasting ot sessions covering It one of our relatives or friends 'over. us and screams "Hurry you Attorney"PnmuelV.' for. Octaen Plaintiff. I,I Toh ROT S 20s. 19c Lemonade

debates! on affairs of national interest. It I iv a stimulating has a baby, I it calla for a gift. It only got three more shopping days 1:5; 4t b15OTIFF ;

thought and one which may lead to a better understanding someone graduates' from high before National Suspender Weekdon't TO .\PPE11tIs ,, Pascal ..' "';'

1 of what is going on in Washington. school or college, \Ve are supposed get caught. with your pants (.mute. Cnart Dr.r..d ('...utr.1 i 5 Cana 8!
1 idea. -We think ot to send something. When we're-' down. F'Inri4ot' I.. ('hier.r7. CELERY Ik' 19c
We think that it might a good can laatrlcn Jo..... Plaintiff v.. Robert .
no valid rcaRon why the general public should not be "In a calve an announcement of an engagement I hope that no member of my Jan. .. T'nee. Defendant. '

4 gallery IWllt" when Congress i Is In session. And we can think or wedding we're otT. family. goes off the deep end and ..II.... '1.. .AplesrtTo Ca.e No, 6Hl New Florida White Welc.h's; Conc- Gnro
Then there' Mother'a Day and wrecks their' bank account just : H..I'rt James .Tnn... whose
I ot number ot why the sessions should be widely POTATOES 10 39c JUice 4cIDIM
a reasons FaUter's Day and countless other because somebody ball designated r.ld..n... end' a.ldre.e la, 2q44 I1rlIlIU lb..
Avenue, cio Stein Bronx New York,
publicized. lays and weekll and months duro June .17 all Father's Day When You are hereby nnUfh.d that a
Televising sessions ot the United Nations has made it Ing which we are supposed to perform I went to school I learned that ."It for Dlvnrre and "u.ndy and
i possible for millions of Americans to follow the meetings certain duties If June 17 was the anniversary of'' "nt.1", nf rnlnnr child hoe been '"pduraln.t
we are a you In the above named Colored Qtrs1
1 with a great deal more interest and understanding. The normal person and given to bo.w- the Battle ot Bunker Hill but "nllrt and calico and you are. re.qulred .. A. R G 0 L 0
to serve a cop! of your answer
Kefauver Committee hearings were telecast in part and as Ing to all the conventlonll. Then now We have substituted Father'sDay nr pleading to the .nmplnlntnn Oleo lb.ri.:7:1l

a result millions of people saw and heard for the first time at course, there are the old faehl and the average school kid the Plaintiff. Attorney T. Frank .
Landrum .
racketeers brought out into the sunlight of publicity. toned days that we are obliged .to thinks Bunker Hill Ie some kind t the original, In the Flnrlda office and of ale the

Undoubtedly there may be modifications necessary be- respect such'" as birthdays and an. of a trap on the golf course ro".k before n'the the 251h Clrrll"day of"ourt June..on 1951 or; .

fore Congress could be "put on the air". But if more voters vf'rearles. Happy Father's' Day, aU you ntherwi.e the allegations of anidi'

could get to know Congress better, and become more fully A conscientious person who long-Buffering male parents, aDd r..pd rn'"plnlnt by ,will be taken a. con-
ware of national issues then perhaps we would have more tor maintain 'a reputation here'll hopIng your big day Is sufficient ThROUC./ .. ehall b. published. )
thoughtfulness once each week for four
has reached a to make for rnnaecuttv. :
voters turn out at the polls at election time. up the beating w..k. In the Bradfo.d County ,
point where It Is
getting to be a you take the other 364.t T..raph.Pat"d' .
Television can be a force for public service and education, this "rd day of May. ,

and not merely another medium for entertainment. Let us (OFFt"IAT.,..,..SEAL... _. ...._A...J..:.... ...."...J95t'l i
hope that the bill Introduced into Congress which would televise E'y Haven Croeby, Deputy CI.rk..un. Tho Pause That Refreshes) Plus tt

will and'tha' mUlions will 5:25;: 4t 1r15OTI'E I
COl\gresfl pass offrAnleritkns' ; t r -
I have the opportunity to see and hear what, gOQa on'in Con. % ; TO APPEAR Coca-Cola Ctnol6 1

grew and thence be in a better position to vote intelligently Flnrlda I., Clrrnlt, I.c.t.r..rrF.Bradford Coa.t. .

101..1.. Elisabeth Orh.... Plalntlff "". Hits the Spot Plus ,
\VilA WOULD MODERN HIP TIIINK? R"udolph James Orbea D".ndllnt. ., .t1

!. A modern Rip van Winkle would have quite a time getting T.pp..t Case No 6469etIee [ t! Aderu, -

caught up to date if he had started his nap about the d r Lora Bttrqess Aohr Tor nnucl"lph. and" addre.e James I.Orbs: SOl'F.. whoseresidence 11th :: PepsI-Cola Ctn of 6J

days of Pearl Harbor attack and awoke recently.On Street New York City New York r .
PONCA NEISRr== You are hereby notified that a I 1
hearing the Germans mentioned, be might say : "Darn suit for Divorce and award n6 minor 'Frey Bentosa
the Germans-we ought to clean them up forever But hewould'be 'n'oereID'L I work amt slag and was bought from Cincinnati over children In the.beve has. been named filed Court asaln.t you ,

assured that Western Germany is on our side now, pray. I have the flu and Neicgme 50 years ag'o. They are very love.Iy and you are required. to serve and a cause copy Corn'd Beef 12.0z3

and that many advocate arming our recent enemy. In the wonderful dunetlnte.Lees and trimmed with solid .liver.. of eomplnlnt your answer nn the or Pla/nUtr.pleading/ to Attorney the- i

,' After swallowing that he might say: "Well, we ought to hate and greed Ie what we They are on a post on each Bide Florida. T. and Frank file the iandrum original Starke'n' the A "Sea Leader'
clean up the italians after their sneak attack against France need of'the new steps and have orange office of the Clerk' of the Circuit

, i etc." Again he would be corrected and told that Italy Is now a And more of service true: ot eftocttlo the bulbs to match the color Court Jun.. on 19511 or b..f"re otherwise the 15th the .day.llegaltnn. of. i_ Salmon 4
G' Democracy and an ally of ours. More men to love .the flag above neon sign above. It says ot said Complaint' will b. No 1 Tall Can
) And It "Mohr'a: Mortuary" Right pretty taken a. confessed. by 'ou. '
"But the Japs", he would protest, "we certainly should keep first In view. when IIght.d. This not I".. shall be publt.h..don"
, knock the stuffing out of them after their attack each'. week. for four coneeeu.tlve ,'..
on us The time to tight and keep It FLORIDA and CLAY HILL. 1 weeks In the Bradford County r

And of course the same thing. has happened there and be'' br ght was delighted to see Leon W. Car.ter's Telegraph.Dnr.d' this. rind day of May 1951. lz.I : 33 I

would be so told. Is not along the way. picture In uniform In the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. ;J. I%12f 4 S S
After that he might say: "nut when. you think of Nor cross the foam boUt here at T..legraph. He 'W" one ot my li'y Haven Clerk of the D"(' Thon''j e & e

what those countries did to the Russians and the Chinese--" home good boys for a number of years Crosby i2'l 4i 18

i and again he would be interrupted and told : "The ItusBlans Within ourselves today: and I'am proud at him. His Education '...-
I. Circuit! ( .t. Bredferd PERFECT
and Chinese are now our real or potential enemies!" If that flag be dishonored now Is being carried On by "1.,1.. Ckearery. e( PICNICS, SALADS! ARGO SLICED 7/ BEST! LI8BtiCA
we his travels to eh"Yln" H. Walters. .
Austria. Plaintiff.
So v.
'It's 11 good guess that by this rime the modern' nip Have done It not the foe; who those Jane. Carey Walters. Def.ndant.
I' boys
van Winkle would scratch his head and himself It It'shaU fall first young are called have Case //110. 142.
excuse to we of all :
seen and will Ord." O' P..II..I.
see things so Aud Netire Te J
go back for another nap. For when you think about it, we Shall be to strike a blow. ot ua wished 80 much to many App__ 'rA'rJlJ or PLORID.t 'I'., jPPLE 29 EENuNT'S
I Jiving in aee. They Jane Carey Walters. whoee real.dence .
are a topsy-turvey world In which we are trying to The above verses about the flagwere should come home Setter and wilier and address In Unknown:
defeat a country one and only few short You are required to appear on ,, _
year, a years later young men. Nice hankie I
sent to me by my friend on and let. June 16th 1811. In the abOJv" named
helping them on the road to recovery wrench In Womlng. Good friend ter from Mrs. Marie Brinson from Court and cause wherein. plaintiff BARTLETT .
But is it so inconsistent when you thInk about It? Rather, Hattie. I do not know the author, Baldwin. Such sweet letters! she Telegraph seeka divorce.shall publish Bradford this Count Ol.llor I 2 sNO3

we believe that it if a commentaryon the United States and but It does give 'a good lesson. tu writes. I know Clay Hili school In. nest tour weekly I..u.. PEARS

our people, who put every ounce of strength into knocking an those of ua ,who stay at home. la out by now and I ,would love to seal Witness at Starke my. hand Florida and. this official May DICED

enemy down when forced to, and then doing a complete re. There ere so- many scandals In I used walk to down five that sand road like I (Iith U51.O..FICrA1.,. SEAL A. 3. Th..m.. NO.2i / 2 _303 2

versa! by aiding them with money and food to get back on ttle goyernment. our hair stands years ago to beak In A. Clerk' nf Court 9"
on the sun. But I should I ray Haves Crosby.
their feet. end and our wrath Is that of want to re- Deputy Clerk
Carl E. lIerp.r. 104 w.
turn here Inl..rlllt
Undoubtedly the righteous. That I. because we for my heart and home Avenue.. Oslne.vllle. Fla. m U''
are as good aa we think but itblae.
we are .303
are In Nebruka. 2
I for I'lf.
are a free people and we allY and Atly. lilt 4t 616NOTICT : .
we most certainly are not as bad as our worst critics would HELPFUL HINTS 'I AR.O BLENDED '
thank ;
have believe. : as we plelllle If we .do not Try remove ; : TO "PPF.\R

you like_. .n what. our_ leaders are doing. ing_ scorch'_ft_ _._by.._._rubbing. ...._ _.the_ ._ spot.with 9..I' .u.Clrrule. 1.Leer L ._--:.--Bradford-.. Cady., I ASPARAGUS
U Will not De very long until In-' y.-- u "'''an unaer a earnh' Id. .Hrare. Ph.lntlrf.on v. Elmer'' so
dependence Day July 4th. This low dresser take out the bottom A. Bra.... Defendant.Case NICE TO HAVE ON HAND'ARGO
GOOD JOBS FOR month of June wlU drawer and insert nozzle of I No, 6470 I
glide along on your !NetTe "pp....
the wings ot bird songs and we vacum sweeper I washed all my To: Elmer A. Hrare. whose reel.dence .,. N0.3o1
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATESN. out here will smell the locust trees oil mop. I threw them In the suds New Talk 10 4111 Rare. Street. Elmira,I I CAN 39. SuqarPEAS 2 CAN!2

'" In bloom and see roses bloom. My at the last washing alone. Now You are hereby notified that 1
Iris have been lovely this sprlllg they are all clean. J tie a cloth suit for nl..orce in the has been filedagainst ,
yon above 1R'
'.. and the aplrea hedge has Brought i over the mop put on a few drops Cottrt and cause and you are named re.qulred I II 11SJ! '1' ''' Jill..l J .
of oil and dust tloor. I to serve a copy of your
.1. many people put the Mortuary take oft an.I HIGHLIGHT
.war o. pleading to the compl..lnt BLENDED
lust to see It In bloom. Soon the cloth and wash. nn the PI.'ntlff'R' Attorney.. Ray. L I
peonies will be In bloom. Don My BOn's wife ,wrote me she Ceiden. Pslden Rttllding, Daytona ORANCE GRAPEFRUIT
Reach. Florida and file tha Brig/nail/ I
tl, : { made stakes for all and I tied them made doughnuts' and 1& seemed ,In the office of the Clerk of the
up with old sUk hose, so they are they all helped The little girl Circuit Court "n 0. before the End
lovely bunches that do not fall over, April, dusted Ute cakes In powdered day legatione: nf Jul.of raid U51 :Complaint otherwise' will the .1.b. JUICE 2 1'N2

with the heavy bloom. sugar In a sack and Dad taken" a. .."", ....d b. 'ou. 4 CANS 19.

We have a nice lardeD. It has I (Albert) helped try when he lame one.This.a..11 notice week shall for four b. published j _

rq r been raining here a lot and the In 'from doing the chorea. That weeks. In the "n..uu.\\ -
ground. too wet for.me Is what milkea'a I T.I.greph. 'Vilson's
to work. happy home.
Doted this Corn-King
ore waiting to b. Ailed in th. I tnt"h'da ot May. 1151.
I do have hoe God bless them. (OFFICfA CEAT.5 Kingan's Reliable
my sharpened A. T.
up Thnm".1{ Slicea C
and Intend to get In there a. soon It haa been cool In Indiana and Dy Haven C'1..rk..f Crosby the Court 49 Whole Halt 5
U. S. Deputy Clerk or
AND a. It drl... I may pull weeds, In rainy So I close again for an- 6l 4t ',,12 I Bacon ---.---_.LB.
the peas this afternoon It It clears other week. I always breathe a Smoked Hams-LB.

U. S. AIR FORCE up a little. \Ve have been bUllY prayer softly before I begin wrtt. 1e 'I..U anTICFI C....TO. ..APPF.\R..r_.. C..t,..: Hickory Sweet
with fuderals and ambulance calLe. log thl. I have eo many things PI._., I. C."IPY. Kingan's Reliable

""re .,...'" I had till last week the kind wnen In my h-.rt to tell you aU and I Stanley Orace Loul.Arden Palmer""1m... Plaintiff ..... Smoked Sliced S9 C Butt End Smoked 4

,.. a.d e..ra.e 1. Good pay-sp..ocialized training Earn one chills and then sweate. I had must put It ala In a few words Ca.D.f.nfiant.. No. 1401 Bacon -.-....-......LB. .
,.. while you I earn. not had a cold aU Life t. good, U,. I. !Hale. T. Aplem __ Hams-LB.
." ..If r.._ Winter. 'J tried sweet and It Tot Ors.' Wulee, Pal........
2. Opportunities for unlimited advancewent. to keep Don from 'getting It, but la good to be near those we love. .uld.n" I. $1 1.1..ln A...whose.. AIbony U. S. "Choice" Grade

h. did have a cold and felt bad. J Boys In far away lands fighting You. 6.are Now herby York notified Ea -Rite Beef Kingan's Reliable
enjoyed Decoration are fighting for a freedom colt fop DIYo.". sod that. a Sir- 98C
.. An unmatched retirement p'''' : put not h" .been other relief Shank End 3
flowers up on the in only for us but for all against yoU In the Loin Steak..
Free medical attention food grav. the peopl. a....... named Court and _._,LB.
4. cause
11 clothing cemetery In the morning and rested W. must not falter fall or let you are r.qulr.d tG serve. a copy and at Smoked Hams-LB.
housing the remainder them down. your answer or th. U. S. 'Choice"
of the day and plaint no the ::fn"I"o coot. Qrade

s. lob security. ate heartily. J love. days when I God bless you all f.,1.,.L..ra 5rhnetder r;.195 Lynch Attorney Rutld Eat-Rite! Beef C Kingan's Reliable
do not have to hurry and LOVE Florida and file 7
just LURA 4
For full details contact your dream .whlle. Whoopee I Doa Clerk the orl..1 nf 1h'In q..tt the Office Court Gt on the or Chuck Roast _.LB. Center Slices

V:3. ARMY AND U.S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING STATION had a new wide concrete walk BAKE: SALt: eth.rwl.e before 'h. all 15th d"y .f .run.. 1151 Smoked Ham-LB.

POST OFFICE made and front steps that surely St. Edward's church Le having Complaint' will b.allgstlnna taken ae .oat.of sad... Com-Fed
BLDG. J Starke Fla. nice. a bake sale ed by you.Thl. .
are He hu two lamps from on Saturday June .
EACH WED. & TIIUR5I. 10 A.:". TO 12 NOON his father's horS.-dr.wn hearse at Brown'a Drapery Shop on WaI-P. .."... eac"notle week shalt for, four be publeshed"...._... PORK End Loin Center Cut 9

that are almoat.. as old as b.. as It Due st. Mrs El.nore Abel .is T..pll.tin, weeks In the Bradford Cnuat lb "Age CHOPS. L6 77

harman! of the aaI.. Dated this Und day of Slay 1961. .



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Mary Julia Futch whose topic was THREE
1 "Our Answer groups who sang "Graduation' freshments of cake and Coca. 1''lot -
to Our Challenge" ; the
Songs" Lawtey Junior
ffTEYj. I The subject was then further developed with Mrs and A. "Farewell J. to Thee Cola were aerved by the hostess. I I,, School. High : here but he now lives In Lake deep thnt the oars Just dragged. I Filling Station The Klllaea are

I by the Honorable Gene companlng Thomas Jr. ar- Professor S. E. Smith of Nor- The regular monthly buslneu I Butler We lire all sorry to know that moving to the Ethridge Canon

.. II. FutrhGraua Rayburn of Tallahassee. conclusion of at the the piano. At the folk,, Virginia was the weekend meeting of the WSCS of the :Methodist .I I really got excited when I saw Mana Wiggins. is In St. Vincent place In Union County. Mr. and

,. ;I Representative Doyle E. Conner of Schoole, 1-1. P. program Supt.. Shiest of Rev. and Mrs. W. T.- Church was held in the! our graduates walking down the Hospital for an operation. We Mra. Philip Martlneaux may move
Morgan delivered
Walters. miss Iota In the
>sAI had been invited to give the the diplomas to the Church on Tuesday of this week aisle at the Baccalaureate sermon, her and wish her aspeedy I place Fonnle Crews sold
members '
h lunior High school I''I address of the evening but beCause of the class. We M. E. Hennegar of l-ake City I At this meeting the retiring President and then another thrill when theycame recovery. him.
i was visiting; D. B. Harley last Mrs. Everyone i is I :Mr. and Mrs.
: were held In of importance of his being these young people on the \V. Q. Robert who has marching across the football busy In tobacco Ben Renfrew are
lexeat .
[auditorium on Thurs-! In Tallahassee during the closing they have made thus progress far Sunday.A 'served In that capacity for .a field at graduation. We were all now. Most all the barns are buny. vjsitlng children In Ft Meyera.
I of last week at which I hours pf the Legislature he was and challenge them to continue have of Lawtey people number of yeara, was presented proud of Leslie Sapp who made We're glad In Lake Butler!' that Ralph Merritt entertained a
\\e students received unable to attend*. Although the their education and go on to higher Teare been visiting Mri. Catherine with a cut glass cake plate as a mirh a grand speech at graduation. this Is the last week of pout planning group of friends Tuesday night I
diplomas. school was disappointed by the things. at various times during the token of appreciation for service They were all good but we New at school. A picnic at the with an Ice cream party.

Rral ilierne of the even- non-appearance of Mr. Conner the Members of past two weeks Mrs. Teare la a rendered.. I River folks are sure his was the Stephen Foster Memorial was en Ethridge Canon of Ft. Meyertwa j\
class I patient In
and the Gainesville
hospital Dr. W.
T. "
haJlenge" Miss Frieda community: :was fortunate to have faculty together Her friends Walters pastor of best. Thursdity. If next Monday here Friday and ''Saturday :
numberof will be to know
gaiutatorlan, used a. such an able speaker to pinch hit friends and relatives a that at this glad the Methodist and Mr*. \Walter Joe Lazenby Is thrilled pink over ever rolls around I'm not going tc He la employed by the State and
s, ''There's Always a for him. Other highlights of the hour In the home enjoyed asocial proving. writing she Is Im are leaving today (Friday) to attend a letter from the State Department roll over in bod.-much lens get WM up here on buslneM. !\
of Mrs
followed by evening were two the Florida Annual Conference of Education stating that he up. U* :r
This was I chorines rend L. H. Hill after other activities of Friends of Bunt Crews regret at Florida had The peorge Andersons' hog \
jry address by Miss ered by the seventh and Southern CollegeIn won a House of Representative Our family will soon bet I
eighth movingto are of
the evening: were finished. RBe that he Is confined to the hospital! I Lakeland. certainly taking care their
Scholarship for
in Jacksonville because of injuries four years at the the house across from Hansen's!' 23: acres of millet. r
I University of Florida. He pinnato /
sustained In an automobile accident t ;
a veterinarian. - -
early Sunday morning.Mr. .
- -
We clean and Mrs. W. T. Walters Jr. STATE FARMr They' are working on our road
About 13: carloads of lime
dean of St. Petersburg spent several lly Mr. Bryan are on the railroad
rear days here the first of the week as waiting to be meet.. The construction Marlin Service
1 Factory
indshieldrJ guests of his parents Dr. and I II
Mrs. J. machinery Is really working
window Mrs. W. T. Walters.! W. T. Jr. B. Treadwell arrived !!
now and It
appears! that It won'tbe
; answered the call to service of Sunday from Atlanta. Ga. to visit
wiper and license Uncle Sam Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. :Mr. too long before there will be WATCH ".' .
on Saturday of this I hard KEIIUILPING '
week. and Mr!. H. A. Adams, with a road through here. Seems ':
des plate whom Mrs, Treadwell had made a pity that It wasn't flushed before 126 I.
Court St.
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips of
the Starke Fla.
her homo for the past year Hccom- !! started hauling )
Macon Georgia were visiting their
panted her to the Farm and were'i their truck crops. It's been *o dGanti rIt
parents here and at Starke last
guests of Mr. and Mrs. nradley for dusty and the ruts were sn It
week returning home on Sunday. .
Mrs. O. J. Phillips and son, Danny, Mr. and hours.:Mrs. Maurice MAck ', -,.. ".. .- ,, : ':' .:..J .- -. ..., ... -- : -: '' '' '
went home '
wltli them for visit
_- -' For thee Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye of a Fort and! their little daughter Linda, Ii
of Fairfield!. spent !!'Saturday with I
Lauderdale were visiting A. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell.

checkes Blanrhard and daughter, Enzaon Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph __." l
and Sunday. Miss Authurine Cox and their daughters "
I Blanchard of Jacksonville was also PHscllla :(
of Live Oak werevisitors ."
visiting her father at that Ume. of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox f.
e pressure George Roberts Jr. who'has
Mr and Mrs. C. M. Turnoy had
eluding been attending the Jacksonville no their overnight guests .
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Mr. and Mrs. Charles W Sunday Turne'yand YoIICanBeOfthet\
at Washington D. C. returned to ;
children of
are Fruitland rark. .
his home last Saturday. Mr. and During the past week Mr. and1Ilrs.
BERVI' ,i'Mrs. Vernon SUcox and small son, J. Wallace were guests of '
David Were dinner guests of the Jacksonville relatives

i Roberts Clyde family Saucer on Mr.Sunday.and Mrs. at St. Joseph's Commencement Academy.while exercises Of attending Interest i (
Rex Mixon and Miss Lou Edwards Is the fact that ,Miss Joan i ,m jt.i
rottN were in Lawtey on Friday even- l 'nlhan. who frequently visits

e clean i Ing of last week having come to Mil. and Mrs.\ Wallace was valedictorian
-n i attend the graduation exercises nd check'adlights I .lof I Bradford High School where of that Institution. '

see I i Miss Ada Edwards was a member Following a month's stay with t.i '
your of the graduation class. Mrs. Loin Johnson. Mrs. E. J. I NO PUZZLES TO SOLVE!
Quite a number of Lawtey peo- Richards returned to her home In
nd check Sinclair i I Dealer I ple attended the BUS graduation Newton Kansas Friday.: ''
exercises Fourteen members of Mrs. Herbert Thomas and her ,
_diator \4e. : sz class l little .
_ the being former graduate. daughter, Kathleen returned -

All these courtesies you can expect- home Beach Wednesday from Neptune \ NO BOX TOPS TO SEND I IN I '_" .
-- -- where they had visited Mrs.
\v. M. Goethe -I .
Sunday. '
'- FREE and with a smile-when you Dinner -
Let Us Thoroughly guests Mr. and Mrs. "'- -
W. O. Engram Friday evening I! .f.c.i ...."*" i -
-- -- drive in at the familiar Sinclair 1I-C t te Wash Your Clothes were Rev. and Mrs. Wm. a. Co- s
: f field Mrs. Janie Plant and MUs

check .rr sign. And.'of course, you get the.finest 9 Ponnds Louise Welch of Lake Butler. In -
the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. En-

il level l, 1: in power-packed gasoline, motor For 40c<<:! gram Hampton and to their visit C guests C. Tldwell.went to A Contest For

belt, FREE Bleach If Desired I Mr. and :Mrs. Jimmie
__ oil and !lubricatfonservice Ave. St rM \
artery and remple their little daughter GloH-! Floridians Only \
and Mr.
and Mrs. Vamp Ol'"er of I I I

ir cleaner too. 0 and Jacksonville Mrs. J. M.Were Bradley visitors Sunday.of Mr. I

Jpe Taylor of Jacksonville came I If you or* a resIdent of Florida,
We Will Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. this Is your opportunity to bamong .

II Dry Your Clothes WrBrannert. / the 30 winner ;s> ,'.and.I .
Together/ with their dinner I your chance to win are greater
For 20cIn guests, Mr. anti Mrs Warren J. A becouio this If not a nation
Dobbs and Mrs. Nelson of Palatka, wide contest.. 'It'. eatyl tt't Im-
"\ New Automatic Driers! Mr.! and Mrs. Arch Dobbs visited plel' Get your FREE .ntry blank

their lIonlnlaw.'ooclrow Ho-( hero today!
SERVICE CENTER STATION l!Ing worth and their
e Wood grandchildren. 'with, ,I.. .....l"!..l .1 c.nt.ui> ,.<.>...
_. Warren William .... W..h''...... Holm.,. w.".*. ,."'.
Helen Jeannette and Robert Daniel ..... 0.....I.. .td Li.bi. ...."...
Seeber D. Goodman
The Washeteria flolllng worth> In Ocala Sunday.Mr. ,
and Mrs. R. C. Long and :
t their: daughter. Martha. visited Mr. 'hi' OTHIR CASH PRIZf'
and Mr*. Q. B. Colson oo jy
--- -'.._.h.. In Brooker .i-... .... ... ... ... 00.1. .rtl." ,;
.. ""u..ny. .
nlLt => IUUU 1ft 'br.msAcawus4' I Ito
While her parent, Mr. and Mrs., -.JG.E
Ito 'tI Lyle A. Noland, visited relativesin I
North Carolina little Meredith
Ann Noland of Orlando spent the
: past week with her grandparents / (} THIIIIp& '
Mr. and Mm. A. C. Davis.

I Mr. and Mrs. "1. J. Yarborough UJA'etmJAATlC /
were overnight guests of Mr. and isiwCI
Mrs. J. B. Johns) in Kingslcy Village .
Saturday.Dr. .
and Mrs. D. L. Nix. their Only

young daughter. Margaret, and
;: Frances Caldwell spent several
days during thlj Week at renorts In
the Central part of the State.

,, With their visitor, Mr. and Mrs. i i Automatic Washer
J. rf. Strlrkland and Johnnie 32995

Strickland of Gainesville and Mere-
tilth Ann Noland of Orlando, Mr.
snd Mr. A. C. Davis went to .' I NEW ONE.CONTROI.AUTOMATIC

JackHonvllle Sunday to visit! the
: latter' brother Cliffprd Rhoden .
r of Waldo who I Is a patient In St. ': ,
Vincent's Hospital.! Friends hope I -. WASHER -
for a speedy recuperation for Mr. I .
: Rhoden.Mr. '
and Mrs. Albert YsThorough

I and their children of Gainesvillewere

,, M ;. Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
i .L : and Mr. E. J. Yarborough.Last !! .
-i I rr weekend Mr. and Mrs. W. Just write 25 words or less on :why you M. anyone
A. Knight/ had a* their visitorsMr.
] and Mrs. Paul Dobbit and their of these ten G.E appliances: G.E Refrigerator, G-E Electric Range, G.E

frt ..- two children of McIntosh and Mr. Automatic Washer, G.E Disposal, G.E Wringer Washer, G.E Ironer G-E
*" end Mrs. I.. C. Taylor of Lake
** Butler. Water Heater, G.E Clothes Dryer G.E Food Freezer, G.E Automatic Dish

!m washer Just state, in your own words, why you like any one of the G-E aids

**f** l-M*'** *"' iCOfffimWfOnT/ Of FBflMWW .Tr"," -' ond "' '" --- to modern living. You may win the $1000 first prize!
3 rt4 l is //.p."rf.'" on MUaUlitf/ / of in "Ulvtfr' < < The Life And
2nd Prize $500 In Cash 3rd Prize $250 In Cash, 5 Prizes of '

work for money Of New River Folks $100 each, 8 prizes of $50 and 14 prizes of $25 each in cash. A 'total of C

do more your By JeiMle Le Lazenby $3000 fo be divided among 30 Flcridians/ Get into .this contest lodoyl a'

I It li no wonder Chevrolet ff_ AaAt. *
Par, trvck. For no other truck for th..lame money ;,,/eifl' I Well, period with the we suddenly three week'sdormant come COME IN TODAY FOR YOUR FREE ENTRY BLANK

can .Wl Chevroletpow.r.. Ch.yrol.f. eager ; :i I to life again. We've had so much
.W .ay handling that add up to tlner & :: ? excitement around here and lots

pVrformor.ce with out.londMg conomy See the of hard work too that we Just

Ch.vrol + Advance-Design truck toon. 4lv OUvrWW rn>clrf 'to tile couldn't get to the headlines any
-- 1951
Tha. -- 011oo AiWoISYNCH.oMISH earlier. However with all the

graduation over and tobacco

f neck deep-we'll manage to say lit-

by"tIe .more than "Hello" and-"Good- 145 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

Correction with a great big
apology. Sometime ago we were
boasting over the fact of 4 New Franchisee! Dealer
River graduate. We'll have you
know that It is 5 Instead of 4Wo .

iu HTfOlO/ left Leslie Bapp's name off
DESIGN ALlOY lION PISTONS UNifORM With all apollgles. Leslie's nameIs
attached to the list of Mary L.
Andrews Margie Moody Beeber
CO. Doyle Andrew. and Joe Lazenby I' .
111CHEVROLET Tom Kerce would have been In the':
out --- --'-- ,
still -rr--- -
t STREETS number 1111. were living I -" -


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.JUN8-1951 FLORIDA ....
i \PJI. STAItKE. -=
COUNT TELEGR.< ., ---- .Qtl
BRADFORD_ _ 1, Jmt.rt" this lot day of June, USI.1 per? =
FACE FOUR .. Idd will b.turitl'h. 'I
-- thin' tho -I m, r" ,.1 Il'FFICIA1. "PEAL' ) A. J. Thomas, Inlt .
-- I SCOUT .1 '"i .(f th' a'I1..1 'o.t (Jerk of the Circuit Court Ass, .
r-.. Recent GraduateMiss WCTU Announces I GIRL l "lIh"t, rctiitid. By: Haven Crosby: Deputy 4Clerkg Count
I '
I 88!
: Award WinnersIn NEWSAt iifvS5; In W""kAll"i "
: NO'rl'MNolle. ,
Essay ContestsThere our meeting Monday, we : .. l is hereby given that the Ject I,
that our leader, Mrs. ''nunty. FI".I.la. reserves County A...eNi or of Ta.e" for Counts linear Ib
were sorry We flT'rllrhl' 't Waive Int"rm'htiOH 'In lirsdford County, Florida will meet m I.
I were 23 contestants In Al Carlisle could not come. hid and' 10 reject any 0- all bids. with tht- Ruard: of County Commissioner to main ,,,
the Temperance and Patriotic Con sure appreciate Mrs. James Black liny ...t rublic In.lructlon of said County In the Office ueh ti. ., .
Hradfo'rd FlorMu. the Clerk of Circuit Courtat any ,
at Countv. < of .I""!' .
test sponsored by the local WCTU shear Inviting us to her place Ily Haimnn. P Morsun.orit Starke Florida. at 10:00: o'clockA. rlx"1 In 'Ih rVl
Twelve of the essays were on Kingsley Lake. We had a wonderful l'up..rln'nl.nt. M. July ,...1., A. I). KM for the Taxes ,? h
; Mooty 8,8, 8t 8,22, of hearing" complaints andreceiving as they
Gladys "The Flag" and 11 on "Tem time. purpose testimony aa to the value Olv"n i?''R, d.. f""

Phone 35 perance." Next week we plan to have \ B TO APPEAR: of any property real personal or County c' '''' ri tilt '"

.r ... First award of $15 for the best Mrs. Ruby Johns give us a lessonon In ('lrrol (tou.'. Bradford tuus$7, the intangible said County personal Assessor a. fixed of Taxeson by Count 18&1. di,. Jun'l', iiI.'

essay on Temperance went to 11th taking care of our hair. 5ttnK! il.1 Wri-on? Plaintiff' v. hid MeHninent Koll for theyear ,
I Vacation Church Frank Brown of 1961 and for the purpose of A .J 'I'b.'l
: Benefit Masquerade grade student girls who want to become John William Wilson, Itefendafit.Cuts. '<.t
I Any No.
Hampton, while second award of
1 Will Be Held School Will Begin Scouts are Invited to Join. We ... T. A""HI.
|3 went to Florence Brown I I John William Wilson whoelresidence
: lnUSOJuneI6th Monday, June 18 a Junior of Starke.In meet every Monday at 3:30: p.m. :Arlaona.l la Route a. Box 722, TusC Family Out of Town for Vacation

the Flag contest, Florence at the Parish House on Church St. You are hereby notified that a Make Your

Final plan. were made for the The Annual Vacation Church Brown .was awarded first place of -Jane Brandt, Scribe suit for Divorce has above been named fliedagainst Summer Bead

benefit masquarade dance to be School will be held 'at the Starke I $10, and Marion Harrington: 11th Court and you cause In the and :you are required at the

. given in the USO June IB by mem- Methodist Church June 18-29'1 grade took the second.place prizeof CAI.I. FOB BM I4MITKK to nerve a copy.pf your answer -

; tiers of the Junior Woman's Club with the Methodist Episcopal $5. : TO tOVrHCTOH1oinrktv Florida : the or rialndffn pleading to AtWirneya'the complainton Evan fi GUIDON I CRIJ

.t their regular meeting Monday and Presbyterian Churches of! Honorable mention was givento Hiialod Ids will b. received by T. Evan and Neal D. Evans, Jr., .
Th. Hoard of Public InMructlnn of 103 Law Exchange Rulldlnic JacknonvllKt. -
i evening at the Club House Proceeds Starke cooperating in the planning -- -- -- Tom McClane, Donald Richie Bradford County Flo.ldat the Florida and file the ..jrlsrlnsMn AT
for the dance will go to the of the school. This yearmarks Fay Paulk, Wayne Matchett, Russell orriri' "' tho Htlpirlntrnilrnt of Public I the office of the Clerk of the JQAT THE BEST: -
t I Carolyn Prevail daughter In Stiirke, Florida. .before the Ilih S F
the fiOUi of the Invlrllftlon Circuit Court on or Q R G K: T
: State hospital at Chattahoochee. anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. T Prevail Crosby, and Patty Sue Mitch I UP t" I 11 I nYlocK. A M, K 8.T., Monday, day of July. 1951. otherwlne the THE\ '
MrS Al K. Carlisle chairman of Vacation. Church School Move. ell. Each of the contestants, other ,July, 2. 1951 .i which lime and plan allfKatlonn of said Complaint will LUNCHEON IS STILL Mil
0 the St. OUR 50c TilE
have her com- ment. recently graduated from .all l 1.1,1. r.eiv.d will lie pubiiiYuIflt be taken an confeoned by you.This BEST
the dance will on Luke Hospital School of Nursing than the winners was awardeda | And reatl aUitid for' furnish notice shall he published BUY IN AMEUICAI! *
F :Ittee. Miss Lillian Stump Miss Children between the ages of Ito Christian Motto. I Inic all I inutHrlula and labor and con- once each week for four consecutive
Wm. 12 are invited to attend the Caroyln was a member of the .trui'llnirli week In the Bradford County Tel,-
Mrs. Scruggs
Evelyn Stump. /1948 Bradford High School graduating The WCTU extends congratulations .it'rrMl..n of KvlNtlno': .Auditorium : graph.
,school which will be conductedeach
Mrs. Vernon .
Mrs. Leslie Biggs, Into l.lbrnrjrllrnilfuril
class. Since her entranceIn to the winner and apprecl- Krhool,I ssr.tS-rSSrSrrSSS 4 r' .

n g Silcox. Mrs. Henry GodwIn. Mrs. week daymorning from'9:30: training school she has served .t". .1..- .In'----''-.'-'.'. -.hnwn.ft..-n.. ... 1hcontest '''-., r.MO.......__. L..onntr..............__.. illICit 1"
N. B. Rosier, Jr. and Mrs. W. T.1 to 11:30: beginning( Monday mornIng : I
Senior Clans -
of chit, June 18. The general theme officially as president I
Coram. Each member the Freshman Class .tiMlfliin ..f On. ilHHMroom, Mud
and secre
M Is asked to be responsible for two I for the entire school will be "The as TollrtKHHIhronH

tickets which are 75c: couple. Church." tary. Surprise Dinner T" .,
C per She to remain at St. School llrmlforil Conn.In.
An addition was made to the bylaws Mrs. J. R. Walnwright. is serving plans For Rev. Swindall Klorliln.
Luke's Indefinitely Any bid rerwlvpd after the "ppclfl
stating that new member l as the Director of the School. .
* will be admitted to the club each Serving with Mrs. Wainwright I On BirthdayRev. ,, .>red. .
and November. on the staff will be: Birthday Party III.IIav. bf presented on either "Any day is a good day to get good values
April on* or both' of these. prJe'ts.i.eeh .
The Junior Woman's Club hi- Kindergarten Department: Mrs. Homer Swindall was bid niunt bft accompanied atA&P. You can count on A & IX to treat ,
I secured from the Bradford County Titus Olson, Mrs. Grace Jordan 'I Mickey DansbyMrs. pleasantly surprised at a picnic by the Mortified amount of,heck five or per bid cent bond of the In 7. you and your budge right no matter what ''

Board of Commissioners, the up. Mrs. Alice Anderson, R. O. Dansby entertainedat dinner given In his honor Sunday i ba.e hid an iriiarantea, that Ihe bid. day you shop:' I'
story of the old County jail Georgia Scanlan;' Mrs'j after services at the First ChrIs.I d... If awarded the .contract 'Will
per a delightful party Thursday within ten con'eoutlve calendar'
1)) $ for the library. which will be Primary Department: Mrs. afternoon of last meek for her son tian Church honoring his birthday. [I day after written notice being given 1 -
moved from the club house as H. Slade, Mrs. Bess Burn., anniversary. ,I of Much award enter Into a wrlt1 .
.. Mickey. who was celebrating .his 1 ten contract with The Board of Publlo .
soon aa Improvements are com H.r. Stafford, Mrs. Carl Hunter, fourth birthday anniversary. Fifty members of the church Instruction of PYadford County
Mrs. Hazel' Matthews Mrs. Art Florhla. In accordance with the acoopted -
spread their basket lunches
pleted. held .
The party was in the Dans on bid and gIve a contract -
Following the business meeting Holliday. by yard were games were enjoyedThe table. set .up in the church yard surety bond l aatlafactory to unlit .
,' Mrs. Vernon Silcox, movie chair Junior Department: Miss Oleeta refreshment table also setup where a delightful dinner and Hoard hundred l In an amount e iual, to one Ann Page SALAD DRESSINGS
per cent
man, presented a movie on the Green Mrs. J. C. Moon, Mrs. E. in the yard was overlaid with social hour was enjoyed. price. the contract -
of Interest In the K. Ferryman Mrs. Elizabeth No bidder mav withdraw. his bid l Customers .
scenic points if white linen cloth and centered Rev. SwIndall the 1 Pts.
Hinson Miss Florence was recipient for a period' of thirty lays after the v32c, Qts. Si S
United States. with pastel-shaded summer flow of many lovely gifts fiom the con date wt for the onenlnn thereof. .V-

_ I Refreshments were served during Miss Anne Cressler. ers. The delicious birthday cake gregation. All with work planK.shall be done In accordance .\ Corner ""a
the social hour by the hostess The closing session of the was frosted in blue Icing embossed Chairmen of the affair contract "",,'um..nl. relative theretowhich and l 4 Ann Page Creamy Peanut
were HuH
_ committee. school will be held on Friday evening In white with white candles. ,. flay b e examined at the of. Most of our customers
Mrs. C, W. \
fI '
Colson. Mis. Richard of the Superintendent of Public
June 29 In the Methodist Assisting Mrs. Dansby In caringfor English and Mrs. Luster Kite. Tnntriictlon Hlarke. FlnrMa. or at don't know all the details 8 Oz. 24c

: WSCS Circles educational building.with This will be her 20 little guests were her the office. (flalnenvllle of Hanford W.Florida.(Ooln One Architect of the OPS regulations con- 120z..J:
a sharing session a displayof
daughter Janice and Miss Kate tat of such plana and contract document cerning food prices.
Are Reorganized the work done during the Struth. Gary Cooper StarsIn and form for blddlnir may b..prll.p,1 lona Sliced Yellow
_ Cling
J After all there
I school. Parents and friends are hy Deneral Contractors from are quitea
.J For New Year Navy Comedy either of sail office hv depoiiltlnir few of these governmentrules
cordially invited. therewith the slim of Five Dollar
Nollmans Are Hosts Coming To Florida <.rifltl> In cni-h or money order, which and some of them are PEACHES 2 size canOur
', The officers of the Woman's deimnlt will he refunded' upon mihmlfutlon involved. ,
Society of Christian Service of the Baptist Circles At Dinner, PartyMr. of a bona fide hid and return .
"You're In the Navy Now" Is of said l n4an and contract docum r But we can assure
Methodist Church were Installed you
First n < In nod fon'MHon within'
Monday at the Individual Met Tuesday and Mrs. W. H. Nollman scheduled to sail Into Starke and ten ilnva after the date pet for that the men and women
were hosts at a dinner drop anchor at the Florida Theatre onenlna.: the hid*. Anv additional of AtP
party are wholeheartedly
Circle business and social meet. TEA 4 23c 8ozs.fi
Members of the Women's Missionary and pet- rpnuented for purposes other ozs.
Sunday Monday The
ings. Saturday evening honoring their .. living up to the letter and
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Society of the First Baptist son-in-law featuring Gary Cooper Plcture'j ... .
Circle 1 met In the morning at and daughter, Lt. and -- -- spirit/ these orders as
home of Mrs. church held their Circle meetings Mrs. Croubv H. Dawklnil. nf Ouan. Greer, Is probably the mOst II".,, ".__.,.. I_ __._ _____ Sunnyfield. Fancy Lonsr Grain
10 o'clock at the Tuesday afternoon.The : Va. ; ; ;; ous comedy on the Navy since It -.e ujty iv vur 'vpervu -
:4 I.. D. Vlnlng with Mrs. L. A. Davis tico who were tions.
Ida Darby Circle met In the was created by act of
short visit. h'I-'I an Congress (ji-/) RICE,21bs.a
The following -
circle leader presiding. 100
I So
with 14 now
4 officers of the circle were Educational Building The dinner table In 117:1.I : I as always, you
members present. Mrs. Newn Warren with The !Is based the can buy at AP with confidence -
ly arranged Imported Italian I I story on Navy'sfamed I
elected: and Mrs. W L. Andrews that lona Plain or Self-Rising
were will
you get the
Mri. T. II. Slade: place mats and centered with a 90 day wonders" of World er6kV
Cp-ch.ilrman *
Mrs. T. T. Long treasurer cohostenses. graceful bouquet of peach colored War II and pictures Gary Cooper same high quality food to
. secretary, ; .
The % with which I flour 5 lbe 37c )
meeting was opened I 10411
,. MrR.,Florence Brown; Christian gladioli. Also at places of interest as a skipper on his first sea as-' s you have been f1CCUB-4 -
social relations, Mrs. W. H. the singing li.of "Living For Jesus. In the Nollman home were arrangements To add to the humor. 'I.'I.algoment. Omt1\O"\ ;Corned; and that you are

Smith spiritual life chairman, Mrs. W. Andrews In the had charge of of the same Picardy the assignment is the testing of ",OIA out) ( C """ I, being charged the correct i White HOUR Evaporated

W. O. Halle Mrs. nttN. program abllt'nce.. gladioli. *' *. a new submarlpe,chaser and J>ftaa'crew MAOUS. BOND price and getting
Mrs., ; urtesy, >e I 0' full!
Mrs. }.. D. Balbe., -chair
program dnner'{ and 'otflcef8 that'are as' itiIsrr' '""* -1" *
Charles Darby; status of women, Those taking Mrs. Following the part; ,," (weight. MILK Baby 4 for 21
man. part were -
Mrs. Charley Johns;* publicity' S. E. Sparks and Mrs. J. E. Futch. which was for just a few special green as Cooper himself. )* If there are'ever any cans,

Mrs. W. O. Halle, and member friends of the Dawklns, two table doubts in

ship. Mrs. L,. D. Vlnlng. Carolyn Galilee'1 I'lckett which sang was enjoyed"Strangerof by of Canasta were enjoyed by other Canning Activity rb Jet us know your, and mind we'll, please be: TALL CANS, 2 for 27t

The pledge service was given friends who dropped In for the '
srl"d, to
all members. At.Local clear them
by Mrs. L. D. Vining and Mrs. II. evening. Plant'I I L Please up. lona Imitation FlavoringVANILLA :
Mrs. W. L. Andrews leader, had write:
; II. Adants.Refreshments* C Later In the evening tempting Expected To IncreaseOnly __ I
charge of the business session.
j were served to CUSTOMER \ 8 bottle-11}j
The meeting closed with prayer by refreshments were served froman RELATIONS oz.
.4 the fourteen members.Clrcle',2 :Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr. antique silver lazy susan set fifty people made use of DEPT. ,

'I t '. -C- ... During the social hour refreshments on the Refreshment table. the canning facilities down at the: II I A A&P Food Stores I 160Z.BOTTLE 2 20

l Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde were nerved by {the hostess- I Iea. On Sunday the Nollmans and Community Canning Center last 420 Lexington Ave.. _.

leader, met la the home of Mrs I their guests enjoyed a family din- month according to Mrs. Ellis, New York 17, N. Y. RAJAH

?l E. K, Ferryman Monday after ner party at the Avery Inn. Join- Thornton director. However, 14

: noon. Mrs. Richard presided over The Doris Knight Circle of the Ing the family were Paul Dawklns of the vloltors were men, she ,- SALAD DRESSING

i the business meeting and the following First Baptist Church met Tuesday and Miss Yetta Wilson of Jack. .-

: circle officers were elected; night at the home of Mrs. E, A.fancey sonville. S said.Last month most of the 1.000 Prices in this ad guaranteed thru

Co-chairman Mrs. E. K. Ferryman The meeting was openedby cans contained beans but corn. SaturdayEnjoy Pts. 25c Qts.-JS

; secretary, Mrs. Sara Cams; the circle chairman. Mrs. T. tomatoes and -- -
peas are r .,
I treasurer. Mrs. Maude Fields; K. McClane. Mrs. S. E. Spark. St. Auxiliary over now. Mrs. Thornton taklnR'j
Christian social relations, Mrs. very Garden Fresh
I gave a Interesting Devotion.
that she expects the
Bertha Pearce Mrs. al FooI The Auxiliary of St.
publicity lhnell.-Tlle
; "The Wisdom-
i the few ;
pick up In next weeks.
\ Robert Green;; Spiritual Life Mrs. The Power." Church will hold Hi .j_____, LuncheonRleat
The hot, dry weather has slowed 4
) I. P. Shepherd: courtesy Miss Business ,was discussed and reports regular monthly meeting Monday: FRUITS &
the June Crops down somewhat.I
evening at 8 o'clock In the Parish
Olive Ray; status of women Mrs. given by all committee

W, H. Nollman. chairmen present. Plans for the House. Flans will be made for ( ..

I I The pledge service was given by Brotherhood supper were made. the confirmation Service which !is I VEGETABLESCalifornia

: )frll. H. II. Adams assisted by Those taking part on the pro. being held June 14.

i Mrs. T. O. Mitchell. Mrs. S. S. gram: were, Mrs. Q.. L. Linsin fc-tt
: Cowling was a visitor. .In. A. B.-Baker and Mre. D. L. Large SizeCantaloupes
The hostess served light refreshments Thomas. The meeting was closed wish to express our deepest \
appreciation for the heart felt
to the 13 guests.
The hostesntuk for
prayer. sympathy, word of condolence I 35c Hermans Super GradeWEINERS
ho evening were Mrs. E. A. Yftn- -
( Circle 3 met at the home Of cey, Mrs. N. B. Rosier and. Mrs. and many OTaullful floral offerIngs j 5ft

Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Monday after- 1:,. L. Thomas. during our recent bereav. 7i.- Cannon Ball Ib. -
ment.-Family of Ralph E. Hazen. ,
jl I noon. Mrs. Adkins leader of the I
|j circle. presided over the business The Daisy Fowler Circle met in 3:, % I Watermelons AIJR'.d Sliccd

I meetings at which time the fol. the home .f Mrs. Jesse New.ome 44.50 89c

If: lowing officers were elected: Tuesday for the regular monthly A GIF7'FATHER ( ) BACON.lb. '

I Co-chairman. Mrs. Joe Cottrell; meeting.Mrs. WLLAPPRECIATE tWodiIth% ltstS New White 10 LB. nAG -

J; secretary, Mrs. Millard Judd; Newsome program chair

r treasurer Mrs. Albert Lee; public. man had charge of the programand ; VSUOIorffiS POTATOES 39c Super Right SmokedBACON

:! ity Mrs. O. S. Newcomb; Christian the topic was "Come Y< -A GOOD G -

social relations Mrs. F. S. Yourselves Apart" Circle Leader, Ib.Copelanit'
e'- -
Smith; Spiritual life. Mrs. C. A. Urs. F. J. Shaw gave a very interesting I c.. t tit 'yuf Iceberg Large, 2 HEADS -

Hernwall; courtesy Mrs. A. Wood; talk on Rldgecrest and the 100giiefl(

I!I membership, Mrs. P. D. Fancher; youth of today. After routine I HABIT I LETTUCE 29c All Pork Breakfast UNK9SAHSAfflv :

BI I status of women. Mrs. D. E. luslness was disposed of a social, II 35 3

; Knight. hour wa* enjoyed at which time! I S Wetitern Wlnenan Jt '.no R nnU... -
|< The wornhlp service was given the hostess served delicious re- I _r.- 5' T -- ::: ---- ---, ,,- r..o.A
( ., --- Good teeth are the
| by Mrs. A. Wood. Mrs. H. H. reslunents. .
I.Adams treasurer of the local =- foundation of food The linking Engagement Ring APPLES29c &: P Wisconsin Cheddar

health.. Train youn"jun. features a Genuine BOND

ice.society assisted conducted by Mrs.the Mitchell.pledge serv- Mrs. Titus Olson ON illS DAY in a regular dents routine. Diamond, carefully elected A & P's CRESCENT CHEESE 8 .. 31
_ Another good habit for superior quality, ,
The hostess served a desxertj Luncheon Hostess I pure
JUNE 17 we might mention: sl- while color and brilliant
j course to the 14 members present. cut.
ways bring your doctor') All three smartly designed COFFEE withChicory John's Quirk Frozen
Mrs. Titus Olson hostess at
was BAMBOOFishing prescrIptions to this lin.pharm.cy. .
Birthday Party a "Vanlnbtng Luncheon" for the .. You are si- rings are of 14K gold. COD FILLETS

benefit of the Methodist Building Poles cured ikilled! service, potent -
For ,Smith lb.
I Bobby Fund. Thursday of lax week. drugs and fair price. 59c -

Enjoying Mrs. Olson's hospltaliy 14 ft. 19c Physician recommend us. Authorized Dealer i

______ Little Bobble F. Smith celebrat-: were: lira. H. H. Adams, Mrs. I For Old Dutch Libbys Potted Meat 5/ oz.
ed her fifth birthday anniversary t6 ft. 29c ,
I l Albert Lee Crosby. Mrs. Carl $
t Thursday afternoon of last week, Bond Art Carved Cleanser. I 14 Libbys Beef Stew 1 Ib. can -,
when her mother Mr. K. S.. Hunter, Mrs. Lloyd Farber Mrs. 18 ft. 39c HOWARD'SDrugsj I oz. can "I2c ,
______ Agnes A. Swanbom. Miss Dorothy & American """" """""" 4:
Smith entertained at garden 14) Libbys
r a Swanbom. Mrs. L. D. Vising. Mrs. t" Store Suds Corned Beef :

: party for 15 of her little friend. Thomas Mitchell. Mrs: A. E. Hin- We Have Many Other z
: Prescriptions1 I Super
A pink and white color motif son, Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Mrs. A. Suds. Ige. size 31 1 c Libbys Vienna Sausage

[ !was carried out in the yard deco- Useful Gifts for Dad Phone 79 Priced to Suit 2:
: Your
Wood. Mrs. J. L. Anderson. Mrs. i Budget Vegetable Shortening Libbys Spaghetti & Meat
f rations and the tempting refresh- Miss
H. C. RItch and Oleta Green.
i ments. Starke, Fla. r"r ... Snowdrift I lb. Calo J i-:
Many dur- can 39c Cat or Dog Food _
games were enjoyed BradfordHardware
[ ing the afternoon by the young- Called \VSCS MeetingA j New Improved

I ster called meeting of the Methodist Gem JewelrySeaboard F No Rinsing 31C A & P Food StoreThe

WSCS will be held In the education Co.
Beta Phi
| Sigma building Monday afternoon 9I WatchInspector Octagon Toilet Soap COIatsr. .
at 3:30: o'clock. Mrs. Titus Olson lOt E. Call Street 7C Great. Atlantic and Pacific Tea

The Beta Sigma, Phi sorority WSCS president, stated that pur- Regular Bar Ctla c..7'.......... ttlltl:

-( will hold Its monthly meeting pour of the meeting will be to Stark., Fla. I Starke Fla. 2 EARS 300 East Call St.

E Monday evening: at 8 o'clock at the I make plans for further assistance Cashmere Bouquet 1 19c STARKE FLA.rrS .

[home of Mrs. Jacqueline Moorer.1 to the church building fund. Phone 8 I i rr --'

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I I Jlr and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb'' Mies (Katherine Doughty 01' Mrs C. A Drlggers left last alldl .. .-.,.... ,, ,
:; had 1>fr. and Mrs. R. O. Danaby 11.-11" .1 Hnlldlnft 1"1'-.1 'n I 1< d 'n i 11'p'I If I Itt >
as their weekend guests MrNewcomb's Daytona Beach, a student at U. week for Monticello. Ky. for threeweek' children cpent'I a.."...,., VS.rl.hsII'otlmI.leoe.n ..ni. "rtii. i I..i m ...r i..i. p"-"ii' I -h" tijdi
and Pauline
[ father, E. W. New. ot F Gay .,' ....*...1 ftulldlH .4. ?\"p"el ".n '111' I 1,1 ld 1"t. i i "wn 1 I. tJ. .
was of
Thursday visit with and
a guest friends relative. last Saturday at St. Augustine ... lliitnil.... rinrldnN hHd
comb, his uncle and aunt, Mr. last week of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. .. Beach. : Mil l.oiuin, ,'.rl 1(1,4 eheks or The Board of I'uhlltInotr"'I1"iHradford i.,,
and Mrs. 11 G. Newcomb, MrsNewcomb's Pickering Mrs. Inez I ,.th.-r torn of hid Cst'antoe'. nrbring l County. Klnrlda, I.*< ,\ .
Kelly and granddaughter ...
Mr., and Mrs. F. F. cele 'IU..I..d.| ""w.ver.11 bid"llrl the rlffhl to waive Informalltl. In
Stump .
mother, Mrs. H. P. | Mrs. J, R. Bolick ,of Lewiston Eloise Dodd, era spend n Will lit' t'Xp,*,Md to 1 In..1n" *. Any .bid And to reject. any or All bids
THE NEWS Mole, and their nephew and niece Idaho arrived Wednesday of last ing several ,weeks with Mr. andl brated their fortieth wedding anniversary I inn, alttMnm, .. In. their 1 1,14a I the coot ThlUmrd of .."hlloIn..lr..... .nx
IN of tinurttiiltim I fnr a on* hundred 1I'adfrd (County KlnrldaHy
Johnny and Joy Cooper, all of Or. ;week to spend two months with Mrs. Raiford Brown in Plant Sunday. The Stumps I I. m.r ont. .. : ....ls. Harmon P Morgan,
.. 'r ... lando. The visitors were here her sister Mrs Jesse Newsome, City. were recipients of many lovely fattorv. o"I I >. Ii4>f\r d.o'i'' bll In* "'tiperintendqnt'
floral and notes of Htruition in I. evfoutt within tn 118[ It IllS:
Mr., and Mr. A. Digiovanni of I for the graduation of Bert New- and family. MlsaDorothy Johns and Mrs pieces congratulations i days slur i written notlo. !I. .rlv..n.
8. L F Dlnklns comb Friday evening.Jack I I Misa Emmalyne Mathews of Ernest Allen spent in besides friends drop- of any <'untmrl .Award
Jersey City and the latter'a aist- Monday In One i 011.1..1.! oct of tilnnti And
Indianapolis ping the
during day.
,k ID Union Halle of Miami will arrive Ocala spent the weekend with Mr. Gainesville on business and shop i .|"*....If.U..Htlonn will he furnliihwd to ,
er-in-law from
attended the auto City, where Saturday to spend two weeks vacation ':and Mrs. L. U. Morgan. and ping.J. Maxte Carter spent Mondayand each 1.1,1,1." 1 r hy the lul.rlntend
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stein. or I'ublU Inntructlon nutklnff
guests upon
,Speedway their to Miami with hi. parents, Mr. and'''|family. ._ E. Mundorf of St. Petersburgspent Tuesday In Daytona Beach! on a. ton dollar ($10' 00) dvpuMlt by each [ iThAC
wards and daughDa hagen on way Mrs. W. Q. Halle. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. f hompaon the weekend with Mrs. business. or certified ,ch'k Th* dnpoult, will
return- They also stopped for another h refunded upon Hubmlmilnn of nbupH
"ng. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid left Monday I and family of Monticello plan to dorf, who Is staying at the Mun'l Mrs. Ruby Collins and grandson flil" hid and return of milcll

day after Edward'aP. spending visit home.here on their way back for several .weeks' visit with the I spend the weekend with the F. F. 'of their son and Richard Fowler, returned 'Saturday d'tl>'litiiH,,.,",nnd within 1"I'h.tlon.ten "1't.In wood**,, <'thedate tn* 'LI'1NI : WAt.U ;; ; (

lh Mrs. C. C. Hoppes In Tampa. Mrs. 0.1 Stumps.Mr. Mr. and Mis. R. E. Mondorf. The from Mobile. Ala. and Mc. set fur np.nlnpT the 1,14s. If:
i King in Jack SUPER MEAT MAKKINK INK. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. I and Mr. James Harper and ,J. E. Mundorfs celebrated theii Comb, Miss where they have been fiddttloniil. .sets of plnnfi nnd pclfl I -
I Guaranteed to conform to V. S.Drpt. Durden and Mrs. C. L. May will I daughter, Miss Annette Harper,, Forty-third wedding anniversary visiting relatives for ten days. cnlTonM Hddltlonnl' nr riiritAd|\Mete nmy by li*. blddriiuch n#>oiirrd ;

perryman is leav- of Agriculture regulations. join the Hoppea this weekend and I of Jacksonville and Ed Carswellof :last Friday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Butler and from FhRimh: the .* Cnnniiltlnir(Ooeth 41"ln..I11.lcneine.re"' ,, .

|or, several week'aaughter 4 ox./bottle 7Sc. Bradford County also attend the graduation of their Tampa were weekend guests and Mra. H. A. Bishop and daughters, of Middleburg were rinrliln.' .At A tofit nf Fly Iloliare ,,

Mrs. A. M. Telegraph. .. nephew Jimmy Hoppe, Monday I,of Mrs. Janie Avery.Chesterfield Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell and Saturday evening dinner guest I<(lAOO, per. nut to cover coat oflttptltAtlnn.

fckshear.i Ga. Lucian Conner baa accepted a evening. I Straw Hats for children are spending this week* of the Maxie Carters. I :All I I bidder munt ut..e the form of t

lohns famUy moved position with Humphreys Gold The B. T. Thomas family attended I Men at Stump's. near Waynesvllle, N. C. "I Star Brand Dress and

Mage on Klngsley Corp. and began his duties there I the Thomas family reunion I,' Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Myers and Work Shoes for Men and tar-

,. for the summer.ra. this week. Sunday on Itchutuckee River I i and children, Linda and Tommy, Mr. end Mrs. J. W. Donahoo and :.,
Boys at
Sam Parker of Kenneth Gilder left last week near Branford. :spent Sunday in Providence,visiting I son, David of Denver, Colo left, Stump's.Don Heal the II EAT !

weekend guests of for a point of embarkation and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vlckers had I' relatives and attending church Tuesday for Key West after' Dansby "of Perry spent Enjoy
Monday his cousin
i, M. Sleg. I will be assigned to occupation as their Sunday guests, Mr. and I Mrs. Emily Denmark returned I spending a week with Mr. and Danaby wltly Billy ""

.,: T G. Mitchell duties in Germany.Mr. Mrs. J G. Griffin and Mrs. Docla home the past weekend after Mrs. G. E, Millers while enroute iE !

e Florida Annual, and Mrs. F. H. Hudson were Vlckers of Fitzgerald Ga. Mra I, spending ten days with her home. ,I Friends will be interested to.

Methodist Churcha in Augusta. Ga. the first of the Docla Vickers, Mr. Vicker' mother !, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman know that G.t.! Slntrunk. observed ; =
om the 8th to the week, where their son, M. F. Hud- is remaining for the week. i Mrs. Robert Parclsh near Lake attended a family dinner partyat his ninetieth birthday an. Every time the t'loik ticks,

L. A. Shepherd of I j jn son, Jr., graduated from Medical Mrs. C. L,. May of Albany, Ga. Butler. the Officer's Club at the Naval niversary quietly at home on '. MHrnnmn benrfll from having

will be the guest College Monday. i Is the hou e guest of Air. u. L> I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. Air Station, Jacksonville May 31st. the right Inmiranre. Don't let

e Methodist Church;, Kinney and Jimmie Griffis of Beasley and son Tommy, left Sunday for Tuesday evening, given by Lt. and! Mrs. W. 3. McLeod of Columbia RIDING time pax* without checking
service. There I Brevard N. C. and Washington, Mrs, H. Dawklna. I S. C. will arrive
Ing Daytona Beach were recent guests Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mlddlelunhad Crosby Monday U H'i7/i Our Plastic )onr polli'h'n aKalnxt your

ning service. I of their father Wilbur Griffls aa their Sunday guests, Mrs, D. C. where they will spend the Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. J visit "Ifer cousin, Mrs. J. M COVERS uicq-iI,;, Neeu* thin wrrk.GENERflLIN .
Ion Hose $1.00 atL Friends will be interested to Mae Jones, Mrs. Fannie Wood I summer. Mr. Smith will return M. Brownlee are spending the Mitchell.

1 know that Miss Margie Manire. and Mrs. Jennie Mae Patree, of home June 9. ,week at the Wee /. cottage on Mrs. Wm. Bowling Bowers all"1

Woodrow Sowder who is now employed In Jacksonville Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. E S. Matthews was hostess Kingsley Lake. They had as theiR Edith Dowling Lanler and family Chas. C.

Lk Carol Ann and played an the Riverside soft. and Mrs. S. L.' Peek Jr. I to the Canasta Club Thursday weekend guests :Miss Melba of Varnvllle, S. C. arrived Saturday -

Beckley W. Va.| ball team that Recently' won the will leave Sunday for two week't evening of last week. Also join. Stringfellow of the State Farm to be the guests of Dr. and SHEPHERDTemple

of the F J. Shaws championship In the Senior Girls vacation in Washington, D. C. and Ing the club at canasta for the and Inman Green of Starke. | Mra. J. A. LnClerc at Kingsley Ave. & Call SI. URflNCE

ning. Mr. Sowder Softball League. The team enjoyed points of Interest in Virginia. evening were W H. Nollman and Patsy Benton Is spending this Lake. Mrs. Bowers Is president of e.U CiUlV, MINT

at Camp WaDding a picnic at Klngsley Lake last Cecil Sewell and M. V. Johns i E. S. Matthews. week with Helen Halnea at St Dowling Family. Clan of South Starke, Fla. _
and liked Florida Mis. V S. St. John attended the Augustine Beach I Carolina.
ar Saturday. were business visitors in Chatta- .___. ______
It of .______._.__J'-----r I p"" ._ SSSsS A
they are touring Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Shull and hoochee and Marianna Menday graduation exercises Mary Lou Mrs. L. K. Whitehead whc I See the NEW KEMINttTON!

locate here If they sons, Bobby and Sgt. Edward and Tuesday. Durahimer in Fernandina last Friday underwent an operation Mondayof Portable Tjpowrltcr at the Bradford .

place. Shull, evening. last week at the Alachua Hoa- _
spent from Friday through Mrs. Tom Harding and children County Telegraph.
Shaw, Mrs. O. D. Monday visiting In Greenville, S Alice June and Tommy, spent McCains and Simplicity Pat. pita), returned home last Friday. The following guests have been MEET MEATStrickland's '
Miss Nancy Knightat C. and Atlanta terns at Stump's.Mrs. Mrs. S. E. Brownies returnedto _
Ga. Thursday of last week at SUver I enjoying a two week houseparty
Jacksonville Navn For print you will be proud to Springs. The Harding family also Edwin St. Johns and child- her aountry borne Wednesday at the LeClerc home on Klngsley
ren left Thursday for.. Darlen after spending tena ', with her
business. show your friends. Bring UN your spent Sunday afternoon at Jacksonville ; Lake, Mrs. Esterlene Bell, niece .- Landing
s, O. W. Griffin and films for developing and print- Bea h. Conn. to Join Mr. St. John and son and daughter In-law, Mr and of the late Alexander Graham
of St. Augustine tng. Hollywood Photo E- where they will make their home )%n. II. L. Brow ice.
and Jewelry. Sen. Charley Johns was In Bell and daughter Doreae Bell
their Mr. St. John has gone Into business Mrs. N. B. Rosl.T and daughter UIIARBQ'
this at College students have started Tallahassee on business Monday Pronlck of Washington, D. C. and Heal Hickory
with his Bathing
brother-in-law, D. Linda Rae, were guests of Mr
ngaley Lake. their homeward trekfor the sum Friends of Mrs. Cecil Sewell Christiana Rochester N. Y Col. and Mrs I
In Darien.
aud Mrs. R. S. Johns In La.it
mer with their families. Among will be happy to hear she is. able Mr. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mur. Boating
and Mrs. W. T. Jackson Butler last week
those arriving in the past week to be up and ar\>und again after and family were visitor phy Washington, D. C. and Dr. 1)INNER
are: from Florida-Southern: Dolores two weeks confinement in bed. of Mrs. Jackson's Little Janelle Dawktns, daugh. and Mrs. Baumgartner of Cleveland 'h.hlnlC _
Mrs. A. M. Pettit mother parents Mr. ter of Lt and Mrs. C. H. Daw- Ohio.
McKnight and Buddy Faxon pf
; and Mrs. A. G. Loudon Sr. in .
nO"ling uw Serve _
KE FLA. from Wake Forest: Louis Haines; I Sen. Charley Johns, and Mrs. Keystone. sins, celebrated IIT first olrlhday Charles Knight spent the first t ::4.t
from Florida State Herdie Bryant of Gainesville are "\eraary Monday at the h. me _ _
University Friends and patrons of the .. of the week at Jacksonville Beach ricnlfClroiimlH, Your Party -
? .. Mr. and MM I
rr grandpar
two weeks with the
(t.- June 8, 9 Merry Winkler, Clauce Johns, emending Hoover Studio will regret to hear the guest of a college friend
Jr.; from University of Florida: Johns family. that it has been Indefinitely closed W. H. Nollman. Dick Weber Large<< or Small _

.EFEATUREVolcano George Winkler, Drew Reddish, Cool Thin Sport Shirts $1.98at due to Illness of the owner, Mra Adele Hicks and daughters

Pat McGriff, Billy Smith, Idell Stump's. Joe Hoover Dorcus Geraldine, Dnrbnra Ann (55.1. von nil)* ,
Landrum. Carl Roberts Jr Don Friends of Mrs. W. H. Graham and Deloren, are leaving this Mtni 10 HI- *'nxi
Mrs. J. R. Kite left Thursday : 4'ovi'u C"I'Il5.. Catering To Church and School Groups
Patray, 'Steve Weldon Charles will regret to hear that she Is In for Atlanta, Ca. to attend gradu weekend to spend( thj summer, Clarke, Florid

ihnny SheffieldXD Knight, Lowell Douglas, Ervin St. Luke's Hospital, room 223, atlon exercises of her niece, Miss :with relatives In Jasper.Dr. The Sealed Hoard hldx of public will be Inntruptlon i.ceived by oflirailfuril

.\ Andrews, Man 2l, Dodd, JoAnn | for treatments for an Inflamed Joy Dollar, from nursing schoolat and Mrs. W. G. Brown and County, Florida, at (ha. ON BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE _
DiJ kina. Martha Home, Jack sciatica nerve. She entered the the Crawford W. Long Hospital. Mrs. Dell Hart of Tallahassee ,.rr.e( Instruction of the H"I'.rln..n.nt In Htm..'k., Plorlila of Puli.llo

le SADDLE; Wainwrlght, Marlon McRae. hospital Tuesday. The Graham She expects to return Satur spent the weekend at the Brown'i up to II <.'I"'k l A M K 14'1'., MoniUr.hilv .. I For Further Informationrlte _
children JoAlyce, Flip and Clldu Lake. J. 1 )6I. At whlrh (Iis. unit pin'
cottage on Klngsley all. ,'. .. will ) .
1 Il.le! 1 r" lv d > yubllilyo
i let Bitter i- are staying with their ,uncle and day.Mr.. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan Jr. Mrs. C. B. McKinney Is confined |>i-n.il, find r'.ml *lou for rJlrnl..h-1. \V. STRICKLAND, Starke, Fla. _

loon and Serial aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. RandallIn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. in St. Vincent's hospital for Inir. all and,niiuorla Incidental! anil to labor fleC.5.asry I I-

Tampa and Hank Is with, the U A, Hall In Cltra. treatments. ,
WANTED to BUY D: A. Montletha in Euatls. Mr. and Mrs. Newsomeand - -
Jesse -A
Mon. Tues. ., .
PULPWOOD Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Flynn Spent family and Mrs. J. R* Bolick _

10, 11, 12 Tuesday night at their camp In were visiting friends In Jasper

Putnam County. Sunday.Mr. .
RaiderTechnicolor Mrs. R. C. Dampier and son, and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and \\IUJIII

as and'Pine,Timber Billy, were weekend guests of Pa- family visited Mr. and Mrs. Wll)

trolman and Mrs. Hal Cillen and lard Carmichael and children In

family In Fernandina. Mayo Sunday.

hey Brian Oonlevjr 0ViI1 Mr. and Mrs. Euatia McKnightand Friends of Miss Louise Avery;

rlooh. and :News Pay S daughter: Dolores, are spend will regret to hear she Is confined Sensational Offer !
ing from Thursday to Sunday In in Alacliua Hospital for treat
Manning S. C. visiting Mr. and ments.
ir. June 13 14 Highest Cash Prices
Mrs. T. T. Langston. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cre..nspent

LE FE.VTt'RE FOR ANY SIZE TRACT Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr. the .weekend In Fernandina

and family! Manez, Billy and Robert visiting Mr, and Mrs\ Fred Selley
: with JUDY O are leaving this weekend 'for They also attended the graduation For PAYMENT
.rr>, Jane Powell a two week's visit with the Dodd exercises of Mary Lou Durahimer /11'J1\\ the MINIMUM

-SEE- parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd from high school. The Selleys and

ALSO :Sr.: and Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Gilmore Durshimers are former residentsof

In West, Miss.! and Walnut Starke. on a RANGE and with 15 Months to pay
laboose Grove Miss. I Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and '
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Godwin Bonn, Jerry and Jimmy spent the

rr*, Xoah Berry Starke Taxi Stand and 'infant son, Robert William weekend In Rlchland, S. C. and you can now get a Complete Gas Installation
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PHONE 150 of Palatka are staying with Mrs attended the" marriage of their
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L te t NewsDedicated Godwin's mother, Mrs. Bertha cousin, Miss Virginia Jones, on '.
Starke Fla. Pearce; for several weeks. I Sunday ABSOLUTELY FREE

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wasser Mrs. Sarah McCall of Palatka
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L moved to Jacksonville Wednesday and"Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCall

where Mr. Waiser, a graduate Ir and family of Jasper were Saturday .
.. this year's class at U. of F., has guests of the Jesse New. \ THIS OFFER GOOD ON

THEATRE accepted a position with Goodyear. aomes.
Billy Cressler and Bert New. Mrs. J. H. Fields and Charles

STARKE I comb left Saturday for Gallup, Fields spent Sunday visiting Mr ti \ Anv TAPPAN GAS RANGE _

N. M, where they will Join a and Mrs. T. G. Carter In Provi l' A "'G o

To Service Coast & Geodetic Survey Group': dence. 0 V tl
Community ..
"Movlea: Are Better Than Ever" working in the mountains of Arizona Miss Dolores McKnight t la home ) of' \\ I In Our Store.

_ Colorado and New Mexico. for two weeks with her parents, tl\C .
day, June 9 They will be gone three mouths. I, Mr. and Mra. Eustls McKnight \ \ _

-E FEATURE Tues., Wed.rjiV --- June 13, 14 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colson of I: before returning to Florida. fUT1tishfd Eo \

.II '-' Orange Park spent last weekend I Southern University for the sum witt lie ;.. f' tl
relatives. Mln mer session.
In Starke visiting fou
Ao.I...:.TSis_.INO"- Mild-, :< Nancy Knight returned home with I I Mr and Mrs. Harry Mooty and

0N I i .'" them to spend a few days. i daughter, Gerry, spent Sunday \ S1'
)'Di. II .... ....., / .Cnaet3\\
I : Mrs. E. J. Nix, Jr. of Nashville visiting their cousins the Milton

Tenn. was visiting her parents :, St Peter. at thee St. Peters I
Mr. and Mrs. W. I* Andrewslast summer cottage on Lake Geneva !O. a.\ -.
.,u,Iusae week She attended the graj-1' Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Dodson of J
11705.t Trenton attended the GM' _
uatlon of her brother, Ronald I 10t "
D night. She returned exercises of their niece, Miss I
Andrews Friday I .
Montle Hutching Friday even- \.
to Nashville Saturday. I j ,,,
Mrs. W. L. Andrews i :
Mr. and Ing.Mary
I.I.UIU EWI .Jill Rivers Stubbins left Mon Offer Is Good
for the j Thin Sensational
ERAWfDRD DREW' IRElANDWIll' [ had as their guests ,week.//day for a week's vacation as the 1 ________
'8MA end Mrs. Andrews' three guests of the Lex Greens, who j During the Month of June Only!
West Palm
Mrs. J. L. Chancey are spending a month at Clearwater 1
WCHMIM no I. com'-.4- Mrs. F. H. Douglas of Ala-I
...MMI- MM*im- Beach.
Aim "Spook SpeakV Feature, I chua and Mrs. T. C. Chastain of, Glfellolun blabs are ready, all .-

"An Egg Scramble" Cartoon and Hampton. I rolor. H. F. Young Christian. St.
Ronald Andrews left Saturday I Mrs. J. W. Andrew. and Mrs
.._ :News above will give you ABSOLUTELY LIST PROSPECTS BELOW
for Aberdeen Md. where he will Pauline Torode left Wednesdayfor In addition to the, e

I IIIWpjj visit his sister, Mrs. B. Cohen New Haven, Conn. where they FREE one SERV''. .TItAY & GRILL

Thur., Fri. June 12. 13 until September. He will returnto I will attend the graduation exercises -- -- - __ .u -
-.-- .. enter the University In September of Mr*. AndreW son, Joe, COMBINATION: : SET for each prospect you turn
NEW LASSIE THRIUSI1IIe from Yale j This set --- ,- -- - --- -
III, .who will graduate 1 in to us to whom we sell a range.
of *-
tiory Kearni evening.
Cha.V Saturday
cate ao4 .. doql Mrs. Ruthan University ,, will cost nothing if we 0.- -- -- - -- --
d a t orl M returned to her born In NewOr. I Mr. and 1I<1ra. Ralph Yarbray for $12.95 but you -

H-m __ leans Thursday. She will return had .. guests this week their sell to the prospect you give us. -- -- ,_ - -- -

LASSIE.MMTEDIHLLS here August Int.Pfc I mother and sisters Mrs. H. C J'kJ.

Jack Hall returned 101 I Yarbray, Miss Nancy Yarbrsy

Camp Pickett, Va. Wednesday Miss Betty Yarbray of Atlanta .MAIL\ OR BRING YOUR LIST OF PROSPECTS

after spending six days with bias,crudren of Dominica Republic.. _

PAIJUnLY'BRUCE COWlING parents, Mr.Mra.and Eugene Mra.. B.latth"'SIand F. HaU. ] Joe Mrs., of D.'A.Eustls Montelth attended the and graduation son.

CART RAY Mr.family and moved out to their I Isunlm..r exercise of Miss Sue Big,,' -SLADE' GAS COMPANYPJlOiE

cottage on Klngsley Lake last Friday evening.
Friend of 3. I* Alvarez will be
Saturday, for I
to hear that n. wa releasd
Also MlmlMlppI Swing"< Cartoon."IlfStrt Swlndall left Sun happy STARKE FLA.
Rev. Hospital
Va. ) from St. Vincent's EAST CALL ST.
to Heart" Feature and day afternoon for Cllntwood. Tuesday and I. resting' th-' 121

Springtime!! In the JfetherlantlV to Join his family there u who.tb Mrs have SwdalI' been.:- horn. of his parents, Mr and MI l'l

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they "really eat good" We also that we'll give them a little feed afternoon. Nq: i\, ;i. breby I 'I OTICI'\ given'! that theuiiderniMitd I !. Circuit Court. .Bradford, ComfyFlorida I. t'lr..ft Cart eal Pp tq1VIIltxm

have been successful In raising every day to supplement the Mrs Edna Chance of Jacksonville .",. numri'il, name In I,UM-uf Miirv" Mni'le' In LI..r t+mlth. Plaintiff vas. : :: J, r hnnrr'rl'NPaulin '
fl t
white tomatoes, which are a yellowish grass (they are getting. visited Mrs. W. E. Hall ]last T.flee n und A Inv I' 'the Mimnt, Co at the :*"vIce It i ben William Smith Ca.Defenda. No 6119'votieo 1 I I ,I''
white when ripe and contain ec e week, and was called to :Milen, Center Stmion. Htarke, rrndfordcmmtv : To Appear.To' N edra To '. d:,
Intend to ree- Apexr, "
DIARY Every time It gets as dry as it Oa. because of the illness of her Flnrlda, and In the of.fie. Robert William Smith whoa To: Paulin '' ". ;
Ii lens acid \ i icier .old 1 ntitioue' name \ ,...a la, Unknown! dence and ',, I
brother. ..f the t CourtS hereby ?i I-
Is now our thoughts turn to the of ""Iork Florida residencere notified that a You v,

By Sam McCarvcy Had a visit by Mr and Mrs advantages of having an Irrigation Mr, and Mrs. N. Cuthree of S BrRdf"rd f ('"unlY!Ilark": Fle one suit for Divorce In the has above been. named filedaaalnvt suit for al"I II'I., 'ti.." fly
Inter raj you j booRlJaln.t
hI ?u
lystem. If make out all Jacksonville were guests of Rev. -
Peck of Starke who were formerly we : 'court and cause and you are required Court and "I
J author will be glad tore- and Mrs. Hall last week. T, r' lloa..n, Jr.. urk.. Fla one e4 Id ;
) The ; dairy farmers in the Catsklll right here and can afford it we int.rwt to nerve a copy of your answer to .TN ,'

fflItemn of Interest. concerning region of New York State. Very certainly hope to get a porpible I Sidney Jackson of Starke, Ben Half 6i18! It 1118| or Plaintiff pleading Attorney the complaint, T. on Frank the or pleading' a'"

the actl\ltlea' of fartnera .a glad to meet them and thank them outfit which will Irrigate the ny McRae and, Gerald Crosby of Court-Bradford Co.n.r, Landrum, Btarke. Florida and file Landrum
Bradford. County. 8tnee' tlon. I11&Ybe Sunnybrook were dinner of IX Circuit the original In the office I of the the orlirlnal. ", ''I t
for the farm paper which they kitchen garden which is only" a I guests Florida .a Cfcaacery.Hohert Plaintiff. v. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before .- Clerk of th, 'e

left at the Telegraph office or left with u.. little over 1-3 of an acre. With Arley and James McRae Sunday. M J W.ltMe.wuime.' .hnd.nt the ISth day of June 1861: otherwise11th ,I.. of '.

mailed to Sam :McGaney, Lautey, enough moisture now we could Miss Dorothy Judd of Starke Mon Case No ,,? otherwise the allegation. of said w 01 i,, 1uv i
ToAppear will be taken a* confessed Complaint ? e<*
ATlce Palon..a.lon And Notice Complaint il (, ,
Florida. and Miss Reddish Order Of
of "
l Berries about gone now and we j turn It into a green garden instead Rising STATE OF FLORIIIA IMomi by you. ed hv you "w U

to see them go as so I of a strip of desert It looks were dinner guests of Misses Gwen M Will at.., whoRe residence Is This notice hall be publishedonce This notl shall lit
are sorry once
Norwalk, each week for four consecutiveweek. each we 1
Picked and sold 24 hampers of The weeds just about had our far as we have learned in our like now. And all that stands in and Sherley MrRao Sunday. Connecticut 8 Hawkins :Avenue, Ea t In the Bradford County Tele. weeks ,In the ?It''p"adf d ""

i "tint picking" Longreen snap Valencia peanuts, so we used the short time here they are about our way is a little five letter wordHAMPTON Mrs. Robert Myrick and daughter You are required to appear on ""flawed tfil Hth day of May 1951.1 graph.Dated thliOFFICIAL "ct

I beans on the Jacksonville market tractor and it really did a job on the one sure crop you can dependon Kathy and Mrs. Thomas Cordon June 18th.and 1961 cause In, wherein the above plaintiff namedCourt (OFFICIAL' SEAL!: ) A J. ( J,; '1.1 d .1 1'

23 of them at $2.50 and t: at the big ragweed and dog fennel I in Bradford County-at least I were guests of Mrs. Sue :My neck divorce Bradford County Clerk of the ThOma.'j Clerk the h Clp
rick Lake Geneva thin Order By Haven Crosby, ny Haven CI''by' ,
the which rank. Used make much Friday. Telegraph h pk,
$2.73. Tried to aell them on were growing In our section. Did not weekly III issues. .
In next four ',
Starke Market without success disc hlllers spread wide apart so on our 4.000 plant patch We were glad to have Doyle] Witness my hand and official I'
money Conner of Tallahassee and! Mr. ___. _* E aold that did not little HHI HI. gtarke tvt i a| -- -
we over >
.o off to Jacksonville and we are sure as we grossed only a By MrsM. O. Swreney I

l them out In about half an hour harm any of the "pinder" roots. $200 and they take a lot of time and Mrs Jodie Levena of Plant (OFFICIAL, SEA' !: Clerk Thomas I
I City and Mr. and Mrs J W. Ala "t < c,urt TRANSFER
because there were few good S e and hard work. Now we have to R. B. ALVAREZ & SON
bible '. > ,
The Dally Vacation ) Raven with us at Church services By Haven ('rro.") r "putfl.rk
Got sick and tired of
how chasing the -
beans there. It's funny thing get a lot of them in deepfreeze School will begin Monday June nay t-elden.< HPlden BirlldlngN -

work out In farming. We planted pig. so we built a pen and shut and some jam made.;! and Sunday. tonn Kearh Florida t .
11 through June 16, at the First 1841TO < -
Roman Alvarez] Ally fun rr:
of Vanderbilt fjf
small of beans and the nine ]little ratcals] up and there them throughout _
i two patches then we can enjoy Baptist Church. Miss Martha Sel'tlonVU I k::, .. .. IH..INM. W'e operate i iRB
a dinner
l did not expect to get much If nnyMdng they will stay until we hog off I the year. guest of I NOTIC'P APPEAR *: '
Home will be the director. Bible IU"1t
Lynn McRae 'on.' drtsnst.rt4.
Urmlfwril "
sweet Hate to have themIn e Sunday. III Circuit lourt. ALVAREZ 6V>*
Lfl out of them, but so far have our corn. ,
study art and crafts, Flannel- r'lorlnnl In ChanceryFlorenre anjwhirelu.MOVING
old] about $160 worth of beans a dry lot, a. we have a pasture Our new runner patch Is burn I In rlreiilt Court. Bradford County. Huth Carroll Flnntff! V* i t.it .
stories music
graph and recreational .
t with more (we hope) to come. On which/ we planted for them, but ed to a crisp with only perhaps Klorlilni In .'hnnerrr.M John Carroll, Defendant No Mto.N..ll '. I ,.ea.-.
will be of Cass a
a the
part ll<
games H' 10 vtPPKtFtfurl
the other hand we did expect to just about every day they would dozens of plants left alive of the XVelnherKer I'lalntlff. vn <-e To tppear. I I : EXCELI.1STOR.Gt
dally Children of the o
program. ,
make something out of corn and break out one place or another 2,000 we set out. So we are goingto Pornthy Weinberger, hsf.ndent.Case To: Mr John Carroll. ,c n ( n sl'lat; I i
Community ages 5 through 12, are ed Edison Compsny < f :v.w Y'rk 4 O
in that case we'll be lucky if we and get out on the "hard" road, try to keep over some of the cordially invited to attend. %.wll,>. To Appear. No. 8441 Irving Place, New York ", New I IToil \

make our expenses and then we had to drop what we from this years plant Dorothy Welnberirer. whose York
runners P.ur Ser! 'iec| Iloyn I'j'o and address in sis Enl i, are hereby notified, thai a F.\flLlTI1.,
e e were doing and herd them back and set them out in July] and see Corporal Robert Cox, attachedto l)2ml!) Street Bronx New York: suit for r>lv rre ha. been filed

Have a couple of .uccea lonplantlngll Info our field. We feel qualified, what we get from them. You are hereby notified that a : against yon In the nl .,ve named. i
the Military Police, has been an,10' n are r 'vilr-' -
and '
milt for Divorce hue Court cause
filediiKulnnt ForDELCIIER
of sweet corn and we !In view of our experience, to warn eWe I of .', nr answeor Agents
transferred from Ft. Devens, Mass you In the above named ed 10 serve a copy
are trying to keep the ear-worm any prospective hog raIser. that had a heavy shower overa Court and cause and you are required pending to the complaint! "n 1k"T'Ixlntlft's
to Ft Dix:, N. J. T. Frank HLUs V See fi
to nerve a of us ,
I copy your answer -
out by the mineral oil treatment since we have been here we have week ago but no rain since and Corporal Cyril Pickren, of or lilondlnir to the rnmnlalntm Lnnilrum. Rtarke! Florida and fib I

.' Got a gallon of oil from a seed I i spent more time and energy on It is so dry that everything is the rinlntlffa Attorney A J. the orlKlnnl In t*>e office of the BROS. sa--- a --S.-..

e'. '? company! at $2 75 and.borrowed 81 :hogs than on any other endeavor, suffering, including u s. We don.t left Gainesville In January, formerly for Japan of Thomim the original. 'Jr, Black In the, Florida afore and of file the Clerk (>f the}8th Circuit dRY Court of June on,or JH51 before '

f qt. size pressure oiler nom a and that It is just plain hopelessto dare to cultivate for fear we will based for time Hampton'j 1 Clerk of the Clrrttlt Court on or otherwisethe' ; the alienation! of saidComplaint I 1 '
friend. A small amount of oil I. tty to raise them unless] you lose the little moisture in the soil a at before the IRth day of June, 19(1; will b< taken a, rnnlevnl
For the past two otherwise the allegation. of said ed by you.
: ,j squirted into the end of the ear have good fences There may be, and all we can do is hope from been In Korea and latest Complaint will be taken a. con f...- Thin notice shall be publl,1on. ,

< after the silks have begun to wilt aa many folks say, money in raisIng to day that it will rain, so reports ed hy you .each\ week for rout ronsentivrweek. Tele
day were he was stationed. near the Thin notice hall he publUhed In the Bradford County ATTENTION
It is Important that this be Bone hogs; but there is also a lot that our crops can go on and Han River. once each" week for four coneectitlveweeka II'rnph.
at Just the right time as If It .Is of exercise. In the llradford County Tel.4graph. hated thin, lAth day of May, 19K1
mature. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Johns (OFFICIAL PEAL) A J, Thorna*
done too the pollenizatlon C e eVery ('uurl.1By TOBACCO GROWERSLet
soon and the Pitted this Hth day of May 1981 Clerk of the Circuit
family spending weekat
are (OPFICTAI.I SEAL) A. J Thomas, Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk
wlll'be interfered with, and if shocked to hear of the and all
Dug our Irish potatoes a cottage on Hall Lake. Clerk of the Circuit Court Sill 4t II
done later the worm will be inside terrible' accident in :which Fay told got J8-20( hampers from one Miss Betty Johnson has returned Hy Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk Us Write Your
the ear and the damage already Durban and Elmer "Bunt" Crew. 5118 4t !8NOTICH NOTICE' TO APPEAR
of seed. Can't tell exactly ___
bag to her home in Live Oak after In Clrrmlt Court Bradford County*
done. We are trying this method' of Lawtey were seriously Injured. low many we did get, as some visiting her cousin Virginia Williamson TO APPEAR Florida IM f'Ionnr"" ,..

for the first time and really don't Needles. to say we hope for their woods hogs got into the patch here. Florida In Circuit! In C tbaneerr.Wlllard \<.rt, Bradford. Conaty. Jacqueline:; : W Marler Marler,, Defendant.Case Plaintiff: viHerbert '" HAIL INSUIIANCNOW ,

know'what the heck we are doing speedy recovery.. and ruined more than they ate, Mrs Dimple] Parker Brown H. Ulhn..n. Plaintiff, v.. No 1479
I but the only we have been Alice II. Olbnon, Defendant, Nettre'l'e! : Appear
way ,but we think .we got a fair crop recently returned after spending Case No. 4440 To: Mr Herbert'W. Marler, whose Before You Need It
able to learn Is to try. It At ]last after three efforts to -
IIppeal'lthat I and have more than we need to several months In Flint Mich. Nftlve To Appr.r.To residence and address la i : 4 Watson
this method might be faster grow tomatoes here In Florida, : Alice M, Gibson, whose residence Avenue. Eattt Orange. N, J.
,carry us over, and a hamper of George W. Rahme of Miami. Mr. la Unknown: You are hereby notified that a
F than dusting by hand as one we are getting a crop and we are seed I to plant In the fall. and Mrs. Clyde Rahme, Mrs. W. A. You are hereby notified that a suit for Divorce, custody and < in I Branch of
' squirt 'is sufficient to protect the delighted. Last .eaaon we had a e e suit for Divorce has been filed trol of minor child has keen Every
Saxon and son Billy, of Jacksonville In the
against you above named filed against you In the above
ear. But because of Irregular fair patch going but that was be- What with one thing or another Beach were weekend Court and cause and you are required named Court and cause and you are

growth you have to go back over fore the "no .fence" law, and a- did not get into our field visitors to nerve a copy of your an- required to nerve a copy of youranswer INSURANCEH.
r we here. nwer or pleading to the complainton or pleading to the complainton
r the field at least once. We shall bout ten head of range cow. ruin ,corn loon enough and now It Is Miss Betty Durban of Lawtey, the Plaintiffs Attorney, E. KFerryman. the Plantlffn Attorney T. Frank
ed But this 8tarke. Florida. and file andrum I Hrarke. Florida, and file -
our crop. we are
4 see what happen. year 1 too: high to cultivate and It is Is spending this week In Hampton the original In the office of the the original In the office of the ----------p
getting fine ripe tomatoes and I rraasy but from now on it's on with relatives I Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I.e.
II before the 18th day of June, fore the 9th
19611: day of July 19S1:
Its I own. What we have done with Mrs. J'. F. Johnson.pent '
otherwise the allegations of Raid otherwise the alhgatlona of unlit C WALL AGENCYPLEASE

,corn la at the last cultivation al days la week_ In sever-I'ed Complaint hy will be taken aa cont.. ..- Complaint by will be. taken na ccnfeeiteii .
you. you.
I throw up a lot of dirt to the Miss Norma Sweeney This notice ahall be published This notice shall be publishedonce .

Ij stalfts, but this time we couldn't] rive home Friday from Bryan once each week for four consecutive each week for four consecutive. PHONE 146
weekn In the Bradford County Tele- weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
,do that because we had Inter- University Dayton Tenn. graph. "nphr1'at..d

4 I planted Florida Runner peandt Marvin Penny and Charles Ous- Dated thin nth day of Mity. 1951 this IIlh day of Jun., 1SS1.
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thnman, (OFFICIAL !PEAL'! ) A. J. Thomas, Constant Service Over 50 Yean -
"' I II' and we didn't want to cover them Icy Jr, University of Florida students Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court

up. So ,we tried to compromiseand were Sunday dinner guestsof Fy Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk, By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk I I
THE HIGHEST (ails' 41 a't 45 4' s O',
we are still trying to figure the C. L. Mays.LAKE .

how the heck you can grow field]

i.t corn and peanuts together ..ucce .

of modern la incofporatV sfully. -But we'll learn. '
type Serving GENEVABy /t Y Rough roads' bcoftie rote bed Veaih tit
e a
ed in this *up-to-date finely equipped H H wheeli of 51 Ford. For Ford'i new Automo
Just one doggoned headache trI'
Blanche Cnnnlngham :
-, <)6economical hway n' Old* automatically; Irani out th* buNt
and helpful Service. .'.0, ator is on the "fritz" and we loam Among those- attending the) g g g ,lf-adjusf the ride to the road. And Itpi'

a lot of fresh meat. There are are treat on Ford'i Automatic Posture Co*
Postmasters fish fry in KillarneyMemorial
many things to keep running i) 'Day was our ]local front not ll', contoured for comfort, and !

today on .a modern farm that ;> Postmaster Mrs. Ida Gentry automatically ender lever' toil
or another Is almost d.I:: :
one thing I Mr. arid Mrs. Leonard Hamn adjusting| Itt height and la H.t wdriv.r'
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. bound to give trouble. We think it
and Mr and Mrs. Tommy M1I- H
been deal / slz*.
must good
a have a llcan spent (the weekend at Day-

+ Funeral Director Ambulance Service simpler in the day. before the tona Beach.' .8..ayyweightt7

machine ag' on a farm but guess Enjoying A weiner roast held at
iN Our local funeral home enables" to after conveniences and there were other troubles then. .. ...
the home of Mrs. Sue Myrick Fri rt- .
services not otherwise available I I"Pop" ." ;, lc r
day night were Mr. and Mrs R. e

.. leaves for the North.this'Week Rider. Mr. and Mrs. B. Myrick of tz,, ".,. ': -- --. hat ['
and we feel awry for him :: J ,- "- ... wifhi Con-frol
Gainesville and Wilfred WagnerOf '>' -- -
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and Can't imagine why anyone would here. ; L.-: _, ----- __- -. 1)Je

accept AN 7 life Insurance policy In force, Issued 'by ANT want to leave this part of Floridafor Mrs. Charlotte Ayres Is spendingsome --. ", -......- -- ,;
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company, as payment In part or In full ona funeral. New Jersey as in our memoryIt time in Miami with friends .
Consultation carries no obligation. was much .too hot up there In ,
Mrs. R. Forsythe Mrs. B, Cunningham
the summer time. But we hopehe t
and Mrs. A. Carlson
has a good time there with Ed'
were in Starke shopping Frday.
}Mame Luetta and Jackie. I
555 I Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Flnley were

business callers Jacksonville j..
The Roadstand doing' a good business '.

t but we are just about wore Friday,

out with trying to keep up withit. There lobo change in the condition

t Big problem now la bow to of "Dad" Forsythe. He instill

get more planted to keep thing I confined to his bed at his

going when what we have now daughter. in Sarasota.

t signof a gives out But we'll try to plant I(I

even If we have to water by hand s
.e e e I
1 Going to get a new flock of I { r Pir

hens started. Will get about 100 Ry Mrs. II. M. McRaeI I

pullets (Reds) and when they begin ;

extra service to lay :well sell off our Whit I <*,'W. E. Halt filled his regular] ..
Hollands and of them
put some
M appointment, at Pine Level Baptist ,a4 .n d
In. the deep-freeze. We certainly '
/I Church Sunday morning with
endorse the White Hollands
Baptism at evening service.
!layers and would get more of
Reed McRae of Tampa who has o,
I II them but for the fact that It Is 1 .
been visiting relatives] In Starke 'c
hard! to sell white Chickens: for'I .
[was a dinner guest of the H. M
We consistently strive match the meat. .5' 5rcT -
I S | McRae Friday. Their Saturday

I night guests were Mrs. O. W Mc-
,h. extra quality of the dependable How we miss Joy's good milk. .
Rae and sons of Jacksonville. Monday -
The kind we get at the store l. '
f Standard Oil products we offer cur guests were Mrs. T. N. Nor.
r'/ all right for city people but give
man and son. Gerald and grandsons
us fresh milk right out of the pall. -
with the
customers extra terric Rudolph and Jo Allen Sapp
It won't be long now before Joy
{ all of Hellbronn Spring.
we give them. has her calf (hope It'. a heifer). i .
e e e Mr. and Mrs. J. W Benson of -

Put up some screening on the Tampa who are enjoying a vacation .. With all their great and lip' '0'd'I VI
Car-servicing is our profession a professionwe're power
spent Sunday and Monday W
front porch. Used a "corronlzed"screening For
and lean
I I with Rev. and Mrs. Hall. Six engine live on a
proud of.We're more interested in making which is guaranteed to They out K 9t
Automatic Mileage Maker rations
left for Jacksonville
last IS year (and that should be Tuesday for -tfud & of f ado

long-time customers than one-time sales. long enough for u.-at the rate.I ja visit with relatives] and friends a u/6Us/ LIGHTOUPLUW&! fight amount of gas.. You tan be sure ,...".
before home. with
we're going now). Planned to use returning | ( ,loch In wettest weather, too,

If interested in low-cost pIa.tic screen but changed our We are glad to hear that J. L. T Waterproof Ignition System. And new fart
you're transportation, Alvarez of Mr. and d<"*'
son Mrs. O
minds when we read that IS year I Qj C matlc Drive brings truly fine oufomalK

drive in to see us.We offer you dependable Stand guarantee: Know we wouldn't buy R. Alvares seems much Improvedafter ptrJ t "n to rhetow-prke fI.ldln'fbeaf
ordinary galvanized! screening as' an Accident several days ago I 14(2/( /keto l
ard Oil motor-fuels and He Is at St. Vincent's -" ;" .
lubricants the famous It lasts only a very short time. Hospital in /Jf f3t Mileage f' ***
: b
e Jacksonville. t I Yo can pay morrbvt y..can't. "
Atlas line of tires batteries and and of
accessories sun getting calls for black. I A large number from. Pine Level !iIJTr-- ,t

the kind of service that'll bring you l Johnstown Church
these things In advance he could, Baptist Sunday ""'V.\\.

hit it right. OR

e e *
Waiting everyday for rain so OpfleW e,V i m.M,er*.' e>*. ,
Service You Can Low-Cott ..... ,.....,.,.
Depend Onl' that we can plant. Last week For Prompt FREE Removal .._=.It_..,b" ,....... Drive"
9 Transportation when It looked as though a shower of Dead, Crippled & Worth Come $In for a "Tet

was coming planted a row of ,
green and half a. row of wax I less Cattle, Horses, Mules

L. H. (ICED) ALVAREZ SERVICE STATION bean. No rain since and the seed & Hogs I

Tempi" \vr. & Call !Sin! Starke must be cooked ready to eat now Call 132, Starke ANDREWS
MOTOR CO.Madison
e e e
L. I
Tempi.\.4 Pratt SI. Starke Comfort. Early and Butch are WE ALWAYS COME .

doing very well these days and
BARRY II. HOUSTON'S SERVICE STATION I Toby Is still visiting with Jay and Florida Renderers,

Ph. 83 !!u rU'' I & Adams
I Harold Eunice's cow They seem INC. Sts. STARKE FLORIDA phoneJUN81951

to be growing all right but think,i I


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Methodist ChurchRev TUB' LOWLY "SCRUB' OAK I an extended vacation In New Church at Newburg.Club a wonderful time. r

The Keystone Rotary Club ha.
of the State L A Prlion Shepherd. Chaplain NEW ROLE IN LIFE Keystone Heights! Mrs. Agnes Lawrence has gone:, The Lions Club of Keystone. asked for and received permission

guest speaker. at the Farm, will be. I There's a piece of inspirational By Mr*. Sara D. McDonaldThe to North Carolina for the sum ; Heights represented. by Dr. Mus- from the town council to UM
Sunday mornIng mer. I ser and Kyle McMurtry helped the town hall as headquarters fora
verse in whl-h It Is said that if one
service of the First Beach which has been i closed
Mr. and Mrs. have I'I'to 'entertain a group of boy from recreational program they are
? Methodist Church Starke can't be a big tree on the top ofa for Clapp !gone
on June some time for extensive
10. Chaplain hill, ho can at least be a scrub alterations Auburn, Ca. to visit their I the Baptist Home In Jacksonville sponsoring for the young people 1
WP'sunJ' Shepherd will and repairs Is nowopl'n I !last Saturday The party which of Keystone. There will be a paid
preach in the absence of and may be the best little scrubto to the daughter, Mrs. Patterson. They ]
the public again. The work
pa was held In the Recreational
park .was sponsored Director and there
be found around. may go on from there to visit
Rev. Thomas anywhere l Is
Church of Christ; r ltor Q. Mitchell. Mr. not complete but all facilities by the Lions Club of Jacksonville will be a full of
There be their son Dick In California, where program games
Ik Baptist and Mrs. Mitchell lett, Wednesday may no particularly are In useable condition. The hot .
to attend logical' connection between the he Is now stationed. They are uncertain There were games and and amusements which will get
Lacy Corner 10th and McMahoa the Annual Session of weather sent quite a crowd there races. and food the had under about June 15.ALVAREZ' .
School at 9:45, the Florida Conference of the: poet's philosophy and what Industrialists last Sunday. Mr. J. M. Darby Is as to whether they will a.uJ boys way
School supt Bible' School -10 A. M. return to Keystone Heights to
: about
unday Methodist Church In Lakeland are now saying the operator of the pavilion which
1100 Preaching A. M. and, 7:30: June the scrub oak but It that live. The house they occupied In
services 812. While In Lakeland. Mr. ; appears la at present under the direction Men's ClothingEstablished
fc.I g 8.15L : P.M. I II Mitchell will preach at the 11 the Florida and Georgia scrub may of Mr. Weeks of the Keystone Mr.Keystone and Mrs.has been purchased by LIII IIII STORE 189.1SLbs.39c If ij t B
I Detwetler who are
7:30: Prayer Meeting and Bible Study o'clock church service Sunday have a lot of possibilities hereto- [ I f
worship Inn.Mrs.
I moving into it this week.
with ULHemmingway. each Wednesday 7:30: P. M.. morning. June 10, in the College fore overlooked. The scrub may be Detweller entertained
torahlp Pastorward's Everyone welcome. Heights Methodist coming Into Its own. three tables of last Tues Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis have '
Church. The bridge .. '' '
: .
pastor of the College Height To experimenters at the University day afternoon. moved'Into the Walker house, recently i E- -Ulinmm ,11.1.- -|- || IHIIInll"Jl..P! T

I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS!: Church Is Rev. John J. Rooks, of Florida goes the credit A group of eight or ten friends occupied by Mrs. Andrew.
Catholic son for finding that the lowly scrub son, who has moved into her new I
10th St. and Temple Ave. a former pastor of the surprised Lt. Com. W. C. Me-
Lam School 9:43 Starke Methodist oak is potential raw material for Crary and wife with at home on Jasmine St. SUGAR
H. Neuhaus. paal Sunday : a. m.; HornIng Church. a party I I
Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic There will be no evening serv cellulose, acetate rayon and plastics their home last Tuesday evening.It Lt. Com. Ray Hearst was ex-

l Man at 9.15: a. m. Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone ice, but the young people will have ; and there la the futber possibility was his birthday. pected home on Tuesday this u
'their of Its, being the source of Miss week. He has been transfered to
L nfflAii at 8i: a. M velconut. regular Senior and Inter. Donna Lou Pangborn was
Saturday 8:00: toand mediate Methodist Youth Fellow. paper for cardboard and crates. hostess at a slumber party for duty at Green Cove Springs.

Ions 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. CHURCH OF GOD ship meetings at 7:00: p.m. follow Further! experimentation la p.an- six of her friends last Friday Lt. Robt Jackson has been assigned

n', catechism Classes, 8th & St. Clair SU. ed by a fellowship hour. The ned cooperatively by U. of F. and night. Besides. the hostess, those to duty at Camp Stewart CHEESE 39C ,
IlO:00: a m.Religious. Sunday School 10 a,m. hostess for the fellowship hour will the Herty Foundation Laboratories present were Barbara Rusher, da. IB n
I Instructionery ,Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m be Miss Jo Ann Slade. in Savannah, following a Carol Blcha Doris Slprrlle, Mary- Invitations have been receivedfor

Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m The regular mid-week Prayer favorable report by duPont representatives lyn Rushton. Anne Vance, and the wedding of Miss Ma

pedal appointment. Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m Service will be held on Wednesday and the joint effort Nancy Hearst Ward and Mr. Kenneth A, Reedat
pc l Is cordially Invited. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m : evening at 7:30: p.m. may bring the development of a Miss Linda Walker will be the Newburg N. Y. Miss Ward was
new economic resource of great guest of Cadet Beckum at the
I value. secretary to Gordon Purdy at the RICE
At The TabernacleMr. Commencement Hop at Bolles Park of the Palms last winter. 3Lbs.33c
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:. '- ., :, .. .. ,,- 'n : ';, I I Whatever the ultimate resultsof School In Jacksonville on Friday, The ceremony will take place at
the investigation, those so far
and Mrs. J. T. Qulgl/ at- June 8. 4:30: June IS In the West minister
HEAR PASTOR BOB NITE I tended Commencement obtained are most encouraging Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrath, Sr

8 P.M.: Answer This Topical Question: of Toccoa Falls Dlbl. Exercises Institute, They are an Incentive also to those left for Hendersonville, N. C. on
seeking economic values from oth- Friday June 1. F. M. Walrath' Jr.
Toccoa Falls '
Ga. last Black
'"Why Are God's Hands Tied?" where LeonarjJ N'oeRol weekend received er sources long overlooked. and family accompanied them and Pepper 2 For 29C
Wood fiber already has a long will week two.
his stay a or
high school
the Korean War? diploma. The '
Why Quigleys will list of essential products to its Mr and Mrs. J, M. McDonald I
-Why do Our Boys have to Die? week home .this credit. The once despised little moved into their new home last

-Is There a Way Out?- Leonard accompanied Noegel. by Edna and I scrub oak may add materially to Saturday.Mr. .
away their number-even as the big Billy Rose left Monday for r Alcohol
they spent a lOe.
couple of in Pts.
tree on the top of the hill.
RST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton Hendersonville.
home. N. c. at their summer Florida Times Union .

Miss This Message! Join the Crowds Coming to Rev. Dale Snyder, of Lake But 1f.0 lg RIJ

Our Sunday.Evening Gospel Service. ler, had, charge of the service at ADDRESSESOF ATTENTIONIf

the) Tabernacle Sunday, INTEREST ;
morning "
Communion wad You Have 'ir: lOc
..- observed NIn the evening Rev. A Pfc. Wm. E. Sapp, AFI4201737
-w. LIWtia .
F. Grady, assisted by W B. Mc- Hq & Hq Sq., 5010th Air Base PINE OK CYPRESS

_ Kinney, conducted' the service, Op., APO 93, care Postmaster. ,,
Mrs. Virgie Avjry: of Penney Seattle, Wash TIMIIER TO SELL &CJCh9

ti..M,,.. Farms and several frlendi" were Pvt. Leon W Carter. change Small Tracts
ANx. EpoaL'CLEANED welcome visitors to tha Children's from Ft. Bennlng. Ga. to 518th or PropertyOwnerNeeds 'I SYRUP No.5Jar 49CTOMATOES

; Bible Club meeungVdnosday.. Engr. Combat Cu., APO. 341 We Buy All
I Miss! \ Edna Noegel Was presentedwith : ,care Postmaster, New York, N. Y.

a beautiful. golden-throated Cpt. 'F. M. 'Williams\ A. O. 812- PAY TOP PRICES .
white orchid corsage by-children 910 Hdq. & Hdq. Sqdn. 18th
of the Bible Club Just before she Fighter Bomber Wing, APO 970 Windstorm. Insurance 2Cans 29c
left for Toccoa, Gi.
: San Francisco, Calif.
evening. Write or Call Cost is low-Insure Now
Leon. Rosenberg 631 West Bay
Sporlol! Meeting Scheduled'
: St., Jacksonville, Fla.
( S .
p p00i Friday evening. June 22 Tennessee B.T.THOMASLUMBER
Temple College Trio from Charley; E.

C1EaNERK Birmingham Ala. will be here AgencyPhone
CO. t
watch for further 1
announcements yh
concerning them M01r.t

St. ... t 1' O. Box 735 a.Trw
Mark'sEpiscopal .. :::J
June Instruction Class 7:30: STAKKE, FLA.
tiptnilv unhealthy pumping and digging Fred ) : Aipraxntlng THE TIIAVELEII" Hlrtfor '
Rev. Yerks.June 7R'r 11III
.. "
uepoolr.NPllrlankuapogapools.gn : -- ---
and dogged llntt.Ih. ,( 0! Alp!! 10Church School 9:43: s:
: reA h a.m.
mail nllobla and 'land w.lriod la lflr (
Pr1AOU fit( Morning Prayer 11 a.m. MackS offer the people of Starke ,
dillol.*and taponify grvota,oIu". ,hair ( i
( Futch, Reader;
..d other organic lolidl.kn bpOf( ff.pOrS Lay
tgAroOte June 14--Confirmation 8 p. m. rod of the most
vicinity one
clnnlcal/ guamnte.e qulc and aft) m (?
....//1. In II la 16 "0..... NO SHUTDOWN 'tr r prfI Bishop Frank Juhan.Presbyterian this
Dl ,tank I modem and finest equipped dOYin
nc lary whila chvmlcol"it waking.Is. buy
,ii, 30,and 100 U. CONMINMS' Church $533.61 ;

CooNi..ru. on. .... U.S. ri. 011. I,....,.. welding hops anywhere.All \Oily\ 9I0
9:43: Sunday School. Work Guaranteed ItS e 1

10 a. m. Friendship Bible Class I
RADFORD HARDWARE CO. 11 a.m. Services conducted by SMITH'S GARAGE oath I

Rev. C. M. Imbrle of Penney mIck
fall St. Starke Fla. Farms. AND MACHINE SHOP mer

Prayer meeting S o'clock every Temple Ave. Starke X44.73
Thursday night. I DiEI
illuslrot.d) DO E
"" standard
.SPECIAL THIS OF Masonic LATTER Hall DAY, Temple SAINTS Avenue.!! .. PHONE. 218. ." I-ton loves' _

WEEK ONLY morning Sunday 10 School a. m. Sacrament every Sunday ServIces
6:30 p. m. A cordial InvitationIs

extended CARD to OF all.THANKS ;JRt1 J

I wish to thank each and everyone I

In Starke for the courtesy FLOWERSFOR
'extended me. Especially the Sheriff I
and Deputy Sheriff and the I ALL OCCASION w m.wur.JiI .
I Post Office for their kind service. ,SS.. 'PIK-DP

0 / May God bless each and every
I ,

_ k_ /, one.-Mrs. Ruthan Chas. W. Kearns (j) ...

_ Buy Pinehurst Lots DISH GARDENS
Mr. and Mrs. CurtU J. Malone POTTERY -
I and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillipsare S IASXt

among the recent purchasersof POTTED PLANTS .::t" ._.. .. "....
lots In Pinehurst Subdivision.The ,:,tt!
Malones bought Lot 1. BlockA FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE -
fi RA P 410i'/STfl,4TOIN
while Mr. and Mrs. Phillips
Lots 6 and 7 In Block '

t I C.and purchased The Mrs.property Guy Andrews.wa sold by Mr. Nona St Starke Or TIlE 'J9 5r BUY INTDWNIHMore

X1595FCLL load space One you see ride la and On all Dodge "Sob-Rated"pick-ape

... --..... Big rugged/ high-side body available on drive this great money-saving Vi- you get increased: power... higher
;From where I Sit ... by Bob Gray Dodge"Job-Hated" J+ton pick-up, ha 44.16 ton pick-up youll know why own1.0 to 1 compression: ratio..easierhandling
eAai. cu.-ft. capacity to top of tailgate-biggest ers all over town say they never extra-wide running
PRICE I much truck for. boards for safe .
truck of expected: "so so sure footing
IJTEDPLr of popular comparable
apace any "
and little money. And with our special all-steel body with load-protecting:
wheelbaflo. Roomy J -ton 1-ton
to hardwood floor
credit terms, It's so easy buy
"Just A Word About pick-ups have extra capacity, too.
: You can alas get a %. or 1-ton Beet of all, the price U so much
DER I And Hedges Biggest seat and windshield I Dodge "Job-Ratef pick-up with lower than you'd expect: Buy now
TODAY Ir Fences There's plenty of room for three, husky men. hifb-side. or low-aide body en and take advantage of low first I
I I in the comfortable chair-height scat-widest equally easy terms cost...long.eaiy terms.Seell.lloda11'!

: of any popular truck. You get the biggeet ..-1

e'HOM't ACMEVacuum II peolple'i" Ideas and a right to his choice, but about windshield of any popular truck, too-more n rvw 1 r
Other -
I .. ..... affecting u.. l Is Ju..' the only thing you can say than 900 square inches for extra-oafe visi m OnJj Pick-op Tricks With 7'1ID
Stores Inc. t, inwther e..pr.-lon. 01 our about that choice Is--well, honest bility. Dual windshield wipers are standard. r-

QEM <408< W. For yth St. democratic: Nay of Uf b.Fur hogs won't touch It'! All these extra values, tool J" Nothing else like iU! Fluid Drive-available (

lSTRATION( : Fla. II thl! rrtvma N. try From where I alt thrrf'n no all these on yr $h and 1-ton model* ;makes drivingeasier ?
Jacksonville offers proved
and No other pick-up you
every side of a IIlluar'on vase. In trying to confuse the increases truck life. This proved fluid
HANDY COUPON BELOW do Nhal's brat foe all. |"nue or conceal It. Brrr I Is features! Big 97-horsepower engine!smooth-Onflow coupling between engine and clutch make
for unequalled riding
point booze: and boo-.I I. the furl' ofHrll shock absorber: tarta smoother protects your load.
- - -, Don't know" r get ne*i! Lightweight 4-ring pistons with top
VACl'1: STORES. IXC. [I the "Beer Barons", however ring chrome-plated for economy and long
\ folks
+'tb S& when they rave about Woe unto them that gtveth life! Fully controlled hydraulic brake with a deaI0 I
'".""Wilerta.BotT I "hedging" themselves In just his neighbor drink, that puttent Cyclebond "no rivet" brake linings and independent Ir1 Wo

because they have enough thy bottle to him hand brake! .
Iota fOBLIQATIOV: I would like a FREE Home DemonI I I hone-sense to lemonade know that youcan't and };ab. 2:13.: for all-weather .. .. dMao uleproofgutioaIATRU.I THAT RTF YOU J06 .APOOOC e11W4K

'* tO'a hrsoUful rebuilt Electrolux: complete with g at- classify category.Many .
15.95.. I "booie" in the same

5 -- memor.a of young'un hi. Ma's lemonfj3p6 ?rail J. P. ROBERTS MOTORSTemple

I ade, but how me the citlren
--- inspired by his! parent's beer! Avenue Starke, Fla. Phone 69I

-- seta I Oh, I know the other fellow has ,

R. F, D. Seed SpecUIo Directions
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I !JUN8-1951 S

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.IT --- ': at -narkr F,">nda, this Ma i I

& Marine Corps Offers Vining ElectedTo FIRE GETS L'P I Local Unit Joins In Weekend Maneuver LOCAL BOTANIST I 1,1" :,.,FICUI.ii, J"ji. srAT.j: A J Thom.';.1 I--

Young Men ChoiceOf Head Methodist dIN/1 !1U41'S ..t W.t r I ) Of_ 124th__ ___ _Infjinrrv___ _nn'" _At__ Camo------a BlandinET- MARKS FLOWERS I An i !I.>> K ,Df aid C

Wide Selection Board Of Stewards Approximately 55 men and 10 i 1 the rear and bringing It forwardto THINK IT'S FALL I -

Tin' !Siarke Fire lepartnelit officers from the local National the front lines on a kitchen

With complete Information on L. D. Vining wu elected chairman n,,ur a fire call TuewlayprniMin. aft- Guard unit joined other units of truck. 0 H. f. Young, ChrlHllan St., I

the many types of duty performed of the Board of Stewards of hut when they .rrtved. the 124th Infantry Regimen Major Robert C. Roth of Jacksonville ha* rruHMil' 01.1 1 Mother Nature iiiiiji

by the Marines. Sgt. B. J.I the First Methodist Church StarkeIn the fire ha.1 run off anil I.ft Saturday and Sunday at CamBlandlng Army Instructor who pre. up and ,,"('('..ed..1 In ralwIirhr (

William will be at the Starke I I the annual election held Mon (for a regimental command pared the exercise and drafted the >,.i iuhrmumH In. June. Ordinarily
Poat Office from 9 a. m. to 1 p. I day evening, W. H. Nollman was them.hirf ('. W. I'likrlt. ..aid! that post exercise. "canned" messages spotting enemy the fl ,\\'ers don't bloom

m. next Wednesday to Interview : _elected'n'''' Vice-Chairman_ and Guy a motorlHl fame In an" t Whim The 450 men were faced with forces, told the guardsmen the anjlliue except lit the fall

men between 17 and 32 for enlistment B. Williams ,>vas secretary-Treas that a ,Netnl-inui ..a. the theoretical problem of meeting field training was to be as I'eal around October or November. 211

In the Corps.) urer. The members of the Boardof I burning< down the road about a an enemy force which had landed \Ifltlc as possible. Enough equipment II. said. It was done by combining -
Stewards elected at the Quarterly o"the O l e"- SALE
"Wherever your Interest may from tuwn STARTS'FRI.
mile near St. Augustine and was workIng was taken to Blanding to electric lights and a /
lie. says Williams, "the Marine Conference, May 24 are as ,III... hl/h"8)'. : the
/ Inland. Field equipment and enable the men to go through large block cloth to give the
The follows P. L. U. A. Davis arrived at I I ., JUNE 8
Corps has a place for )'ou. : Bridge 11.0', when lie ration ,
kits were carried on the motions of fighting a regimental flow rift the same amount of

units Marine.. their have own their engineers own aviation and wall., NelHon A. N. Holllday Green. ,C.Carl E. Johnsl Hern-, "mm.I.I..rlnt Iht. pot, all aultese he found and"a a.few. a officers command post exercise. The men. I campaign. This included stringing ., light that they receive In .the THRU JUNE, 1CMEN'S i; -____ ::.

and privates, ate and slept communications equipment fall. The Mack cloth reitrlrted I
their own communications. Young Albert Lee. Ovid Lewis A. D. rU.lh.It. nwm" that a serlr under the scrub oak and pine trees scouting by ground and air, and the light falling on the plant.
have Martin E. U Matthew.. C. HNasworthy to the .
men entering the Marines now mailnn m"naclOItf/ -
and kicked
and move
aandspur that abounded ordering gunfire troop and the electric lights furnished
an excellent chance of getting Into Q. S. Newcomb. W. HNollman. burning truck had ankeil the
on the deserted when the
nearby Infantry ments. extra light plants
the field of their choice." Mrs. Titus Olson. C. SPartln "rh'er to move It on down the training ground. The various sections of the local neeileil It. SHOES
Williams, who If htm i E. K. Ferryman W. B that bU gasoline tanks
Sergeant road 1 0 The
r local unit follows- I
representing the unit were headed as !Mr. Young says that so far as
self an administrative clerk. explained Sewell. E. T. Shull, T. H. Slade, would !..- tail of danger. nut 2nd J I
entire Battalion WM held In Intelllgence Capt. Albertus he has been able to determine, F.ORMERLY
that there are over 60 different John A. Torode. L. D. Vining, O lhr ilrir ml"umlrratood and
:a reserve situation during the Sat. Cone, and Sgt. Drew Reddish; the growing of chrysanthemums
occupational fields' In the W. White, Sr. and Guy B. Will right on going.< -
krpt mate wena urday afternoon part of the prob- Operations, Capt. John S. CalhounJr. out of season has only been 6.95 11.95
Marine Corps. lama. The Board of Stewards will Han anyone In the j
.% L .mt-trall..r rolling" lem. A" command post was set .. and Cpl. Cecil S. Sewell: don! once In Florida brfore.Public 1
be Officially Installed on Sunday burning
up as would be In a tactical situation Personnel. Capt. Hugh B. Ingram N-O-W
morning. June 1?. Hoiith from StarkeT
Turner ;
Ion Edward with the various Crawford Jr.
communi. Jr., and Sgt. Archie ;
The following have been elected ] Is Invited
cations sections H. Bern-
forming a com Supply Captain Charles
c Don Edward Turner.'the eight us Trustees of the Church: T. H. Thirteen Guardsmen plete network with radio., telephones reuter, Jr.. and Sgt. William C .To See 'DuPont Story'
month old son of Mr and Mrs. O. Slade L. A. Davis and W. H. and 5.99-
messengers. Rhoden; Mesa Sgt. Otis Crawford 4

M. Turner Starke. died Tuesday Nollman. Given PromotionsIn During the Sunday part of the and Theodore J. Goodge: The public Is invited to see .
afternoon In the Alachua County The following) Board and Commissions .,
Local CompanyThe proolem, with the First and Third Communications, Lt. Mack S. 'The' DuPont Story", a 72
ItoBDital following a short Illness. .have been announced as
Battalions on the front line, the Futch, and Sgt. Ben C. Holtzen- nlnute technicolor feature which ,
He had one sister Barbara Jean. follows by the pastor Key. Thorn'as Freeman Peters
I National Guard office recently Second Battalion etc.lIEN.S .
was moved up dorf; Transportation, L.t. rtouerir. will be shown at the Florida
Funeral services were held O. Mitchell:
5t announced the promotionof from the reserve loc.tlon..ln support Mann.. and Sgt. Andrew J. Theatre Saturday morning at
Thursday afternoon In Jasper, Fla. Board of Education: C, S. Par.
tin, Chairman Carol White 13 men and the enlistment of of the other two. A series of Eaves; and the pioneer and ammunition 10:30: a.m. The Invitation was

others. situations was set and In each was headed by made by C. R.
I three up platoon Hager. superintendent MEN'S
W. B. Sewell Church RAYOi
Secretary ,
ji Permit For Bungalow School'* Superintendent V. J. Those promoted and their rank problem a command post waa Sgt. Richard Carter. .. of the Trail Ridge project a

aral; established behind the front line. The local Guard office reported few milen east of Starke. from Dress
Rape, Adult Superintendent, J Pants
: Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Prevatt W.I I Ritch Youth Otis Crawford to Sergeant Saturday night, the guardsmen that the only casualties sufferedon which the company obtains ilrnente ,Sport'S
have been granted a building permit I V &',. K. Ferryman, Children'sSuperintendent Andrew J. Eaves to Sergeant dug in for tile night by diggingor the operations were a couple for Its' pigment plants In Bal-

4 to build a frame bungalow Hilton Waldron to Corporal / holes and setting up pup tents ases'of poison Ivy. The 2nd Bat- timore.

at 4500: Lafayette St. :The home I Mrs. Titus Olson Robert B. Crosby to Corporal among the mosquitoes and sand- talion Is scheduled to leave Starke,, The picture Is baaed on the
: Mrs. Ida. Mrs. M. W. Cressler, Mrs. J. R.
valued at ,4500.
will be
Randal F. Chitty to Corporal spurs. Field rations were tilled for summer camp exercise. at Fort history of the corporation and Its
Mrs. T. O. Mit
Walnwrlght, and
1., Mae Burney was granted a per chell. William D. Dansby to Pvt. First through the entire problem By'' McClellan during the first weekof cast Includes 225: Hollywood
remodel her home on
? mit to I Class cooking and preparing the food inBoard July. actors and actresses.

Grand St. I j Board of Missions: Mrs. H. C. ,. Joseph Lamb to Pvt. First Class ed in Hollywood PhotograPh-/I Inthe. /

I Ritch. Mr. Titos Olson and Mrs.T. Donald R, Hodges to Pvt. First UI -...-... ,..-..-."-'In.-.-....- .th..... ,,...h ... thn... I

W.C. T U. H. Slade.Membership. Class May Permit Legislators Readu United States where the company.vu. i I

and fJvan&rilsm, Granvll D. prle.t to Pvt.. Firet' Library To Use For Long Rest I has facilities. It will aketch the I .

TilE MOST DANGEROUS ARE Committee: L. D. Vining, Mrs. L.. Class history of the company from 1802 '

TilE IIALI -W'Y TRUTH. .Till D. VinIng:, Mrs. J. H.Ritch, B. K. William V. Priest to Pvt. First Space In Old Jail I I After Hectic SessionSenator to the completion of the huge research -I

HALF-WAY DRUM .ANI) TilE Perryman, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Class I experimental station whlchl Up to.7.95
HALF-MAY C1UI1STIAN. I John A. Torode. Raymond J. Sasser to Pvt. First The Public Library now housed Charley Johns and has Just been erected on the same :! Up to 4,!

TilE WATCIIWOItUlCLASSIFIEO l Finance Committee: T. H. Class In the Woman's Club,. Is likely to I I Representative Doyle Conner are site on Brandywlne Creek that 1 N-O-W

Thornton to Pvt. First be placed In the old county jail back In Starke' again this week the x-o-w
Blade, L. D. Vining, C. E. H..rn.wall. Vernle E. company was originally found-
Class house building In the not too d..-{I I following the adjournment of the ed. 1

) Pastpral. Relations Committee: Richard A. Underhill to Pvt. tant future as a result of the. State Legislature Friday night. Jack Chertook, who has produced ,
meeting of the County Commission Conner said that most of the Florida 2.99
many academy award wInning
C. H. Nasworthy. %V. B. Sewell, First Class 4.99
. Monday in the court house. '
Legislators agreed that the pictures for :
... ,.... .. with A. D. Martin, Nelson Green. The men who enlisted recently The MetroGoldwynMayej. -
J.AUIKri: l -i h lv you your I Commission received a .request session was probably the most productive produced the picture. It
palntlnaproblium. 75c ""I' hour Committee on Records and History Include John L. Griff, John T. from the Junior Woman's .
"}'up" the pulnter 808 N. Cnurih and useful in many years.It was directed by William
p JZWANTED. lip 1 : Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry. Studstill and Robert V. Rosier. Club asking for enough space In was productive for Bruuiord who has written and Thlele'l ,
man, Miss Olive Ray, W. H. Noll The Unit has a number of .vacancies the .
building to house Remember
--- th.y l with anil rare for two year I I man O. W. White, Sr. left and encourage any and the request was granted, but Republic RKO I
ed'through ,
i : minute, a bill was Columbia and
i.Ill I'hllil I prHiiilHe. Monday
on who 1 Is Interested in the National
t'Jf. Tueii., W,.I. ..rnlnK* from >5:51)>: to Music Committee: Mrs. E. K. one with a condition. The cost of remodeling the House providing for a hospitalIn M-O-M.

t ?1 II::30.' Mr' Hurry IIl'IIoly I 114 K.nih Perryman, Mrs. J. W Kincaid, Guard to call at the local the space will have tc Starke, to be paid for from racetrack Eleuthere Irenee DuPont the '

'\ 8t. Mrs.. 'A. Z. Adklns.. armory. be borne by some other founder
group funds. However, the bill carried of the corporation, began
Foil HAT.K' -Oiilliimnl motor, new Committee on Good Literature .. than the commission and nothing with it referendum that a* a young French
: a Immigrant In
IVt K.I I.. beet t] percent account
l.luyil: f 4. HOK_70 ljulieOeneva I E. L. Matthews Mrs. L. D. Green, Outstanding Staff can be done until the present cell! can't be settled until\ the First America In 1802. He first starlet I [ no B BIN'The'Store

UpOR Mrs. M. W. Greasier, Mrs. J. R.Walnwrlght. Now Conducting works and other prison equipment Primary Election.next May.A making powder In a modest plant

.. I 11KNT-Nli'e. ,clean comfortablealeeplnic are removed from the build. bill providing for a Small near Wilmington, but today, the
roi>n a, with tunninCwater Teacher Ing and sold. However, the Board has
Workshop company
anil mrawei, Mr.. .1. M Committee on Temperance: C. Claims Court In Bradford County grown to be one of
MIK-hell :.103; Went Mil.I linn. Up E. Hernwall Mrs. A. Wood, Miss ---, agreed to accept bids on .thel jail) was-passed earlier In the sell lon the nation's largest producers of

FOR HAT.F' !-Hum 11 ho". clone In. Olive Ray. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Bradford County( ; school teach materials from now until their after being Introduced In the diversified chemicals and employs of Values

Will evil Cheat|) for quirk Wnle.H Committee on Cooperation: W ers have quit teaching for awhile next regular meeting July 2. House by Conner. Under the provisions some 73.000: people.
owner at !Mairnolla FI.hIar.! and The also'ordered meet.
are going to school themselves. group a Tickets
ket. IIPKofi H. Nollman, Mrs. W. G. Haile, of this bill business men for the showing may
I Every teacher In the ing to be held with the tax ...se..Jaor be obtained at the Bradford
Mrs. A Z. Adkliu. will be able to collect on their County -

: kitchen IHNT-io'urnt.h..d m'rneneil. 1II'dr",1 Committee on Christian Stewardship county Is now attending the lu the county clerk's office claims that total no more than Telegraph or the Florida The-

lie-Inn nnil water, $28 ". : Mrs W B. Sewell W teacher'. workshop currently In July 2 for the purpose of hearingcomplaln' 1200 without paying high 'attorney atre. There U no charge.
near New Factory 81t l N. C'hun-h I IBt.
I and
at BHS./ taking testimonyby
Up1 8. 'Hlbley Guy B. Williams. progress fees. Judge E. K. Perryman
._ .
1 The purpose of the workshop, owner. of real estate and personal will adjudicate the sessions. Summer ProgramAt "
FOR RALP-e room buna-alow. Ill who CLOSE a
object to the
according to Dr. Kimball Wiles
Cherry HI. For mure Information ,
rail UK. lip 6110 director of the gathering Is to value placed on their propertyby Senator Johna also recently Introduced BHS LibraryTo

the tax a resolution to the Senate FLAsH! :
FOR IlKNT 3 Improve the school and assessor.Representative
roDtn apartm.nt.ullllt. program Begin ;
urging Federal officials to reactivate
: ..... fiirhlHli-cl t mile on Htate stimulate better Doyle Conner
Kami rood. Mr.. L. D. Or.. n. teacher-student also appeared before the Board Camp Blanding as a military OUT I 0
planning. Dr. Kimball also Audrey Newman
It eh. said Librarian eThese
training center. Another resolution
.. "Ive directed school workshops and discussed 80m.'of the problems at Bradford High School, has .AIIt "
'I'R"> :i.-t iti >:-!ui its Introduced by Senator Johns 41"
j TO CAI.IKOKNIA Catalina. two Na. since 1030 and this la the beat facing the county and announced that she will conducta
% tional Park. Keiiu. t>..nver, eta.. staff I have measures enacted in the last session and passed permits the Appropriations library
Jo one ever Been. He Is and program again this
route return 'another. Budget Committees to
Leave lloniled July aril return .July 29th. director of elementary educationat of the Legislature to solve meet at the same time. This will summer for students in grades Items Going At Grea
by Covernment I.litenHeil them. one through
the of Florida. eight.
t hI' I CM'. Fur Information writ. University end the old practice of making
Itoa-er Q Wlllluina, ,. Commissioner! Renfroe sugges.ted The Is
Tour lIT The program scheduled to
I'"...'hl" "i.. (Orlando Kl 1". I5VETKHANS course enables that hereafter the be- separate reports and as a con-
Itp* | group
begin 9
, teachers to gain additional college sequence save valuable time. I at a. m., June 18, and REDUCED PRICES
NOT 1W gin Ita meeting with a prayer continue on each
TRAINING credits at no cost to the Monday, Wed-
? who are ella-thle. unit Interemed In and ask God's guidance i in the Representative Conner was nesday, and .
on-the-farni Is for Friday throughout
paid by a state scholarship
tralnlnir. contact the ,
veteran teacher .>f voratlnnnl fund which will than deliberations of the body. The honored by being appointed to the the summer She says that present
asrlcjulture .before July I. the more suggestion drew unanimous consent Legislation Council. This group,
plans Indicate
.. ,,. for cover the of the the program 1
enrolling In thin expenses course. lgaLShellKiller .
ordained composed of
t"nor'A lip and all ministersof mainly Legislators will consist of stories film strips -
The group has been fortunate the Gospel, who find It con from large counties meets when movie., and broad
reading the
WANTF.D-R.llabl. on
man with cap In securing many .well known Invited attend the the Legislature's not In
15 to $5. to operate wellpaylnaNatkloa venient are to session to students own level. Hand craft
\ Route In Krailford. Conn- REMINGKttPORTABLE speaker for the general morning meetings and lead the devotion. study State government and and games will also be Assortment
ty. ill) or more per day pnimlble' sessions. Dr. J. B. White, Deanof recommend future Included.
No In response requeat from legislation.
requlreil Hee Mr. .1. Every afternoon from one tc
H. M.-Onrlty, Ihomai Hotel the College of JMucatlon: at the some colored residents of the three-thirty the Shoe Polish & Cleaner -
lalneevllle,. library will be
Thur.idiy, June .
14.It TYPEWRITER University of Florida spoke John and Sam Tyson areas .requesting Red Cross Fund Total open to everyone In Bradford
Thursday_ :. Wednesday.. n.Mr.. _J.. _R.. road grading, the Board It
RErrrNJlO will t.k.: COrpt-K with mean.. I Hodges, Director of Special Services promised to, furnish the grading Passes $2jOOO Mark County. will also be open to
.m.ii .111101 to .al... .. the public every Monday night:
" their own. A" "orreepondenre Board of Education, Greenville as soon as the property owners from seven to eight. of Stationery -

oonfld..nll..1.UterI Add.... Box 4J1-H. "... North Carolina spoke to the deed the land to the county for Total of the Red Cross! fund
Up I'nLAnn group: and Thursday Dr. Clara road purposes. cUte la Bradford County has final !. Clrrml Ceejrt. ......... Cra. r.
. : IET MB: DO all your paintR 171} Olsen of \ly soared above the (2.000 P'l.rSd.s I. c........".
.. .e College Education at the mark.
AP""n< 'b.k, Plaintiff ".. Son. 6-12]
. Reasonable only 7So per hour University of Florida., spoke to the Only One Induction Mrs. Richard May this week reported ley .1. Dobek. Defendant Insect .Repellent79cExpeDoMoMrystal- ..
ftatl.factlon .uar Ca NO. im
rteed >
a< gathering. Friday from collected In .
a panel Hamp
dre.a at loll Church 81. 'all Order Of t w.lleellea) A.4 1If..... TAp .
I p"..'.rlb I|.will.' *. yi.>u loon for a. USE OUR NEW the workshop will evaluateIts Scheduled For County ton which brings the total to ._r STATB or FLOIUDA T.i
Stanley .1. Dobek. whose realdenee
lip. progress so far. During This MonthOnly 112.004.41.'Currie and .ddr ... )I.: lift* Beach St., Wilmington. ]
Delaware -
R.tnIR" RF."r.nt TYPEWRITEREASY Every morning from 10:30 to :
All Make. All M. .',.. : one man will be Inducted You are required to appear on
. a.........,. raere;... ....e....t.... 12:00: was devoted to committee Into the SelectiveService To Attend June ISth tIlt In the above named
('lf'.. I'. : Army through Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
I r.... "Me.ll''.*.. ........ 4 guidance programs for the secondary Meeting Telegraph shall mibll.h, this Order
June according to Mn. Rhoda I In next four Weekly liipuea.

I I Ideal BOOKKEEPINO for. .emaIl bualneae.8T8TKM training.The teachers. and teacher-pupil Dampier.. chief clerk. She further C. L. Currl. director for theFarmers WIt"... my hand and .,official Ant Killer S.
Rverythlni you n ert In one honk PAYMENTPLAN under
stated that pr..ent.pl.n..noone ...
.II. IS N... It at Bradford County Home Administration in '-- ---
.,... afternoons were In called
.ft. 5WlfDlNG spent would be In for pre this district will attend the annual I
work groups and observing educational Induction physical examinationthis meeting of the QUICK LUNCH
AND niRTHDAT OAKM agency's
norlI I
-U un Order taken at D.hmer' films. Arts and Crafts month.' da employees at Daytona Beach FULL 1 gal Cenal Wood 'Polish
i GIrt ... Small Down or MEAL
flhoppe. Phone .1. tfMRAT Payment music and health and social stud- I She urged all college students Friday and Saturday.The .

: MARKING INK-Ou.ranteed Balance Monthly ics make up the groups. I home( for the summer to visit the

to conform to IT. ft Pept. of Aor.... local board If they have any questions purpose of the meeting Is Rexall
culture ppeclflcatlom. 4 o.. hot. "ASK FOR DETAILS to discuss sways to help operators
\ tie 7lta Bradforii Special Election i regarding their present draft
County Tele.uraph of
family farms .
make their
I status. However she maximum 59c
I f I warned the Wickslyle DeodorantMcKesson's
WILL TAKE OARB of YhlMrenwhile I. Yes, by usIng our new Type Is Called At Brooker scores made on the Selective Service contribution to defense pro-

. mother e/ork. e dnyaweekl wtltei Club Plan, a small down Qualification Test may have duction. During the past year the
>. 14 by the week nr II for To Fill VacancyA agency has loaned about 13,500..
will the worUTs large bearing on their future class.
payment put
an afternrmn .
, Mra. Merrill Fid.warn. 000 to Florida AmmonIated
V w e st 9tn n''. Gnat the All New \ification. ot help
portable special election will he.held them tool up for produtclon.
WANTJlI\-Whlt.: woman to take RamlaatoD-loto 700 home at the town 'nail In Brooker on 59c Tooth Powder .
Invalid' Into home Hudson -
for care flood Jack Receives "
I pay. Red linen and medicine nowl-ao4 yon have a fall Tuesday. July 10. for the purposeof

rtirnlnhed. Contact Mrw. n fi; yew. to pay the balance plus a electing a successor to Mayor I Medical Degree Hot weather
Mundorff.. Pratt and Chrf.tlan Dr.Seymour eating is sure

NBW ate TOW PRICK on Remlqvtnn II small! cariyfuc.la and charge.te type So 'irbywait.com. this Ralph Sunday.E. Hazes who died suddenly From Georgia CollegeJack R. MarcoOPT031ETRLST to dine be on enjoyable good food when in you the SOc Dr. West Tooth Paste -

. *1illnir Mix-hlneii Al.. Remlnon portable beauty' to-daJ'-1rJ' the Candidates for the office should Hudson graduated from
t. PorteMe Tvnewrllere. Bee' quality with Town Clerk DavidW. the Medical College of Georgia cool. pleasant surroundingsof
them .t Bradford Countr Teleennh ', 11_. ncltW..lellaar.-.A.maa- I Green on or before 12 o'clock Eyes Examined Central Restaurant.
tf last Monday night and baa already
lag Miracle Tab..Flngt Fitted noon Saturday, June 30. $1.00 Watch Band -
.... moved to Spartanburg, S. C. Glautes Fitted Here
lps a fIn IU re .n A'ntn., you'll find favorite .
Keys Simplified Hlbboa
I.t iilO.PllIb .ann, a p.e. .. where he will Intern for a year.
.1-fl"... ''.'..'.......,...r.... .,awppne-Hn......A..U I Change..AND MOSE1 Ic'. Skiing Accident He served during World War I 121 W. Call St. foods prepared the

ten a "' ....,.... ...... apserka ]Just th. right a1H! 'or fattest... II as a navigator In the Army Ph. 219 Starke. Fla. way you like them. And

btit typing performance Kaaper Duncan Air Corps. with the 8th AlrforceIn best of all-our prices are Complete .1 E.\II'
I FOR \T.rl--8.ri>om hnuee I acre. son of Mr. and I IMrs. }
All mori>rn oonvenlencee. I ml. TRULY TUB ONLY OFHCB K. G. Duncan. waa painfully England and was granted his always reasonable.

Pact'..rm.of-- *Rtarke".. C |It fiheoherd'non Caeh 10 o) TYPEWRITER IN PERSONAL but not aerloulsy hurt In a .water: commission as a lieutenant when STARKE CYCLE SHOP Drlve-in to Central Line of g GI)
W. only 19 old. today
Call Bt. Phone 525. t SIZE1Bradford skiing accident at'Klngsley Lake years P
last Saturday. He received ; Since then his father M. F. U L. SlmpmnSouth for a sandwich or a full
a deep
OAROR nt'NOALOW FOR Raw! Hudson he Walaut Streets course dinner.
has .
fleah says gone .ImoetenU..I
-I hedroome, mo.lern tile hate CountyTELEGRAPH wound on his right leg when I
'""..a' ".."51"*. air ......1..". 1':...." he fell oft the aklla and his legcame Ir without a vacation. He BAKE SALE

t"I"1f Llvin furnl.heil room. "I"except tt.. kitchen llnen. In contact with the propeller was released from the Air Forceon CENTRAL '
P ntrr. Very 1r.... cloeet.. Ap on the boat. He ; a Wednesday and was enrolled SATURDAY. JUNE 9th
.1.l Colonial Flarlet, was released Benefit First Restaurant hill II VH'fro
Phone ft). Non. t1t tl f i Starke Fla. from the hospital, Tuesday, but I In pre-medical classes at the University ChrlMiaa' <'iturebBuUtU.j & DRUG

will be on crutches for a few day.. of Georgia the .following. Fund. Drive-in ,

I Monday I .... ....

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