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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 15, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STARKE. FLORIU.\.. "RIU.\Y, JUNK 15. lp5t N'Vl\IOER' FORTY.EIGlnI
Lake i..



I Factory To Begin Hiring June 26th ; .,

.st drainage well, tan issue for several years in Brad- Farmers\ "C 1

' i scheduled be drilled on the edge of Samp- as n.
lunty, An. employment .zng
office will be \ :
in the next few weeks. Clyde Freeman, owner of most finished and workmen wlU I ..;
ke opened here Tuesday i I start
of Orlando was morning, plastering the offices soon.
Freeman recently awarded
&
tl I Libby Commission.! June 28, by the Big Dad Manufacturing The employment office .will be
the County I
"tract hv opened as soon as this Is finished
; tot be ten Inches| Co.. Inc., .lumperCorn
st well Is according to Some of the machinery, Is arriving Crop

et.r and the contract Anybody Here SeenBINKY an S. Slceloff announcement yesterday by D. but can't be Installed until aI

,,, the contractor may gc president of the cor the roof Is finished and the paintIng .

? 350 feet. However poratlon. Mr. Slceloff gave this completed. However It work I
Into a lime- ? information to the I t
break Telegraph In a I
, drill Ij
continues the
18 at present pace, the
to take Ions distance call s j
sufficient from '
Lexington, ,
dty, factory should be In operation Receipts Soar
flowing Into the Somewhere In the N. C.
?, water county, I around the first part of July, the I II
drilling is to be stopped probably clone to Starke, there The new building's roof Is al I officials said. : I h

'aly. may be a lout little dog, the pet As Deal TakesFavorable a, I

, head of the opera- of a ten year old girl who was I

I no flat there la no doubtthe a recent visitor here. Humphreys Takes Lead In Softball League Ii !
I
well will drain, but Her' mother has written the With Two 1-Hit Games ; Shuford Drops Out Turn

vould like the authority Telegraph asking for help In ,

:deeper if need be. Hollls locating the dog for a. she Five game were played on the Blanding 4-0 as their pitcher allowed _

, county attorney, said nay" "I have a daughter ten local rinr- 1
t, Softball diamond as the only four well-scattered | Green Corn hit
high
a new
elvod a letter from the year old whose. heart like all
Oounty Softball hits
League moved no two coming In the same
ogist,| saying that there of ours, I ill broken because. her past another week of play In addition inning. in the county this year when

oxlmately a 90 percent pal fron. babj'hooil Is not ulthim. Shuford's team, representing Hercules picked up the second) '''it reached its peak last week

f the well working. He ." Shuford's Service Station In Shuford forfeit Monday night YI and brought $168,750 over a

however, that there was, It seem that the family Mopped Lawtey, dropped out of the league when the latter again failed to] three-week period at the
would have In front of the bun station II I t tI
well
that the and show
forfeited but
three more to up, Humphreys took oni I I Farmer's Market alone. This
,I led deeper here last Frhlay on their way Humphreys, Hercules, and Camp Alvarez and walloped them 101.
figure does not include the
to Connecticut and
think
the test work satlsfac- they I Blanding. Every man on Humphrey's team

e County will probably the dog got out of the car Friday night scored at least one run, even corn shipped) from Heilbronn,
funds the there. They haven't Keen her Shuford forfeited Brooker and Lake Butler
..ddltlonal for Its first game to but though the game was called, short ,
f more wells. The outlet since) then but a Siarke "'III- the second had Humphreys' and stopped at the end of five In where a bumper crop was also
game fans standIng
ter the test well Is com1 I II jlcnt report that she saw a dog in the last nings. yrIPY' produced.
Inning when
Camp
,1 be 11 inches in dlamet- answering that description on Blanding scored five runs in the Camp Blanding won the first Through June 12, buyers at the
the Lake Butler Road.
,
believe that four tc The dog's name lit "Blnky. out Hercules, 98. Johnson on a forfeit by Shuford and I t ''en ears enough to fill and ship
She has bnmnUli-hlark. IK was I
will\ take care of all the fur the Humphreys took the measure of 23 freight cars and 100 semi
about the size of haslost winning pitcher. I
a spitz ,
II
adequately Hercules 40. Vic Frees won his| trailers to northern markets. The
her two front teeth, and Saturday
It night Hardage el vY'
tells are supposed to re-= : Jacksonville second one-hit game In the period I .- 'y ,,, yt price fluctuated during the three-
gray around the mouth. came in for twc
flood conditions that of a week Jerry Woner scored ) t week period from $UIO to $250
Will who the lout games with
anyone Are one Hum and
en occuring every fall lreys the first three runs and would i with most of It averaging out

he rainy season. The pet please notify the Telegraph another with Camp Blanding. have been the only scorer of the! .'' around >2.29 a crate or 35 cent

ast of Starke have been here in Starke.There's In the Humphreys game, Vic night If Frlck hadn't scored the)I V + __ t .- I a dozen after packing costs were

flooded out and thous a little girl, named Frees allowed only one hit duringthe fourth and final run in the last xe ,.. I deducted.
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nllars worth of crops and Judy, who lit prating that you entire 7 Innings and sat the inning. _________ S IIIi The extent of the crop and the

,ate been destroyed byre will. visitors down with only two run Tonight's schedule let: Camp prices offered, were hardly anticipated .

as they flow toward while Humphreys sent nine men Blanding vs. Humphreys; 'and I by most. of the fanners.

and the Santa Fe River across the plate. Both runs were Hercules vs. Alvarez. J'I' fI fII They had, for the most part figured -

Nasworthy Returns scored! on fielding errors. Tuesday night: Camp Blanding I nn a fairly surcemifu! season,

Saturday From Bermuda TripThe However, Hardage came back vs. Alvarez; and Hercules fs rd but nothing like what happened.A .

In the second. game to whip Camp Humphreys. cold winter prevented the

;i. G. Snelgrove arrival of his plane in Jacksonville I first plantings from getting a
good stand and made number of
I a
,lumbia CountyGilbert ended a last short Friday night but at exciting 10:30: Teachers Mix Fun Methodist Pastor I n.w plantings necessary. And the

trip for C. H. Nasworthy, Starke- With Hard Study Is ReturnedThe : severe drought through most of
Snelgrove, 71, I the lesson made the crop a little

of Starke for the past Phllco dealer. In 'Workshop' Program f 1 late and added another handicap,
Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell dal
rs, died suddenly at the He had been gIven a one-week rr The Monday rain helped to pushI .

his daughter, Mrs., Bes- all expenses paid vacation to Bermuda Bradford County teachers: enJoyed was reappointed as pastor of the,; I I thl. week's\ activity up a little,

'er, just south of Starke at the expense of the Phllco a little fun along with their \ First Methodist Church of Starkeby j breaking a fairly long dry spell.
.
> night, June 7, He was Company. He said that he sailed work Tuesday when they attend Bishop Roy H. Short at th e= ,I Officials! at the market and the
and back In hours with clone of the annual Reunion! of the ua+--.-. -- -- -. i. rr r. ,1L'U..Oo.; \
at Lake City and had re- over ,40 ed open-air classes and a "cook- iL.o..y'Th4 IItSlet c<*r'Jtinetti\y W'e 'that the-

(here until coming t. 730 other dealers from all over the out',' at Ooldhead Branch State Florida Conference of the Method- r Farmer's MarktSjjja' "..,..X( flurry uit activity trill week ar. the corn crop reached a.new'tilgh and, only thing wrong with the crop

:sountry.c They were chosen on a Park The outing was %. part of 'lat Church held In Lakeland Jxnuf the first car, was loaded front the new siding The tup photo shows Ice being loaded Into the first car was worms The corn that was

i his daughter, Mrs. Sumturvired point system for: -outstandingals JheHvorleTsqulredMn the work 8-12i Bishop Short read the appointments to leave from the new siding while the middle picture shows the nixing and grading process before badly eaten by worms brought only
ministers for th.lnew
of the
,- b;#'his 'widow,, records. shop which adjourns today. Tuesday morning. Other packing corn In crates At bottom loft, workers bag Rradford County corn as it l leaven the clipping $1 50 a crate while that In good

':'aabeth Snelgrove, and He said'that Bermuda had some The General Extension Division I appointments year of Interest to Brad machine and the picture on the right Dhows It being packed and, stacked for shipment. shape rose as high/ ni $2..f>0.
beautiful hotels, wonderful golf of the University of Though not entirely finished the
-er
daughters Mrs. Lucy Staff photos by Holcomb Kerns
ford County are as follows:
tall end of Inn will likely
Like City Mrs. Effle courses, and fine beaches. but he Florida and the Florida Park -- - --- -- crop
Dr. R. E. Rutland former pns- ,
meet some stiff competition. Georgia
'rt! White, and Mrs. Susie added; "There's no place like Service cooperatively sponsoreda tor of the Seminole Heights Methodist I,, I Alabama
and
Rites Last South Carolina
I Hallandale four Starke. three-day session at Gold- j Tobacco Growers Friday
; sons, Church In Tampa has been I Rites TuesdayFor have just. started shipping and
head for all of the county's 12-
Lake
grove City, Cleve-
appointed District Superintendentof For C. C. Tatum, since they are closer to the north-
'Igrove, Fort White and Holcomb Kerns month school personnel. They be.
the Gainesville District.
Ilr.1 ern markets, the prices further

id James Snelgrove, Haiti On Telegraph Staff Joined gan Monday them Tuesday, and the for one teachers day Shuler Superintendent Peele, has former been appointed District I Urged To VoteAll Former StarkeiteFrlen Dr. W. B. ParksDr. drop.south have naturally begun to i

services in of the three-day course. I as. pastor of the Seminole will regret to learn of {
held
were For Summer Months While I Walter B Parks, well Peppers were outshone t by the
there Park Rangers the death of Charles Clifford
'
"ran Bethlehem Heights Church.Dr. Bradford County but contributed .
Church In growersof corn crop a considerably
taught them how to get along ln' W. T. Walters Tatum 52, In a hospital. at Diy-! known Starke physician and Republican
i County last Saturday of was reappointed | flue-cured tobacco are being I large' amount to the Income -
Holcomb Kerns, a graduate the materials 'I I leader In Florida for
woods with limited
I t at 4 o'clock with De- the University of Florida School as pastor of the LawteylChurch urged by County Agent T. K. McClane tona Beach on Wednesday, June more than 30 yearn, died, In the of Bradford County farmers
Jones In Also Included was the Identification and Rev. H T. Foley as to cast their ballot In the A. He was a retired ticket agent during the Altogether
charge of arits. I I same period.
of Journalism has accepted em I Emory University Hospital( At-
of and animals I Ifor
poisonous plants the Railroad and
pastor of the Waldo Charge market opening date referendum Pennsylvania : 10 cars and 9 trailers
with the .
ployment for the summer The program Is fairly new! Rev W J. Churchwell was reappointed -, Friday and Saturday of next had been residing At Ormond lama O* Sumtity morning afteri were shipped and brought (06.750

Telegraph.For to: Florida but has gained wide)I as pastor of the Main I week, June 22 and 23. Beach. He had lived In Jackson lengthy Illness. from May 24 to June 12.

- Testingart some time Mr. Kerns has popularity since the California Street Methodist Church In Jacksonville The 1951 State Legislature passed I I vllle for a number of years and !I He had been tranarerred. to theEmory Like the corn the price fluctuate -

;: June 25thAgent conducted a column In the Jack School System Inaugurated It a I and Rev. J. R. Hill was I a law setting the opening date 'I also In Starke where he attended : hospital several days.la.ck-ago between II.r>;0 and $250/ but
from St. Vincent's In
sonville Journal covering hap- ; few years ago. I reappolnted as pastor of the Dun- for the tobacco market as the ,...hoo!. He was a native of Palat- hospital averaged out at' U.71i a tub. It

T. K. McClane re- penings on the University campus A picnic is also on tap for the: nellon Methodist' Church. Rpv. G. Thursday nearest July 15 and ka. sonville. too was late because. of the dry
Dr. Parks had l been residentof
amen this week that and Is the recipient of the St I teachers Friday afternoon at I C Powell another former pastor'of '! specifying that the market must Mr. Tatum Is survive I by hit flrarke for 33 a and was weather and came In when the

-. Collins Petersburg Times award for best Klngaley Lake. This however, is' the Starke Methodist Church, Or. years market well
USDA Veterln- remain open for four weeks, pr widow, Mrs. Frances Tatum, sn active civic leader In the area was already fairly
U be testing cattle for coverage of campus news by a not a part of the workahop elneei i was changed from the Avomlalel until the current crop Is all I mood Beach; his mother Mrs. for" many years lie Wilt a member loaded The season Is not quite

'lease In Bradford Court- university student.Mr. It adjourns at noon Friday. i Methodist Church In Jacksonville1 marketed. However, the Act will Ida W. Tatum; a son. Charles of the Florida GOP committee over yet, but the south Florida

< the week of June 23.e : Kerns will cover the usual to be the pastor the Lake Wales;, not go into effect unless approved I Clifford Tatum It. New York a member of the national committee growers are Just about through.

" Interested are urged and Funeral TuesdayFor Methodist!. Church.Hutchen by a majority of growers vot City; a sister. Mrs Rawson J and served a. chairman of This leads local pepper growersIn
news beats the Telegraph
for
their names at the county I ing In the special referendum con i Davis, Starke, and a brother the financial commute of the believe that the price will rise

trice before June 20 as any cooperation or assistance ex Mary A. Roberts Posts Bond ducted by the State Agricultural I Rufus Tatum of Jacksonville. crate organisation Mr. Ethel In a few days fur the lest of the

'ill be sent to Dr. Collins tended to him will be appreciated Aged Union Countian Extension Service. Funeral services were held at Parks his wife. li a nitlonil US- crop.

ilme. by the Telegraph. On Driving Charge j McClane says the polling placeIn \ 2 o'clock last. Friday afternoonIn publican commlttcflwomin

- Mrs Mary A. Roberts. 97, died. ; James this county will be the county Daytona Beach. Besides. his. wife. Dr. Parks Keystone Airpark
Hutchens 10 old I
4-H GIRLS AT SHORT COURSEaevaiHBIHHsVtflBUHHHtaBnnMMBi at her home In Lake Butler Sun Wauchula a year agent's office in the CourthouseIn leaved three Bonn, Guy Parks of
i youth was released by Gets Merit Award'
day afternoon June 3, following along local authorities last week when Starke. Legion Dance Date I Ttcksnnvlll and Sydney Parks and

Illness. A native of Valdosta he posted a $50 bond the amount;': The polls will open at 8:30: a. m I Rrvan Parks of Atlanta and one From Pilots Aits'n./
To 23rd Bonnie Lou parks, aloe
Changed laughter
to Union
had moved
Qa., she set by Judge E. K. Perryman. and close at 9 p. m. both days
County In her early childhood. Hutchens had been charged with' unless all eligible voters have a resident c of; Atlanta. The Keystone Airport operated
J. O. Roberts | Ray Ston. Chairman of the Funeral. services were. conducted .
widow of -
She was the reckless driving and driving without balloted before 9 p. m Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Browning
who preceded her In death, a license. I Any grower, whether owner i i American Legion Dance. Comi Tuesday afternoon In Atlanta was recently awarded certificate
week that
mitten announced this
a good many years. I He was the driver of the car tenant or sharecropper, who will I with Interment In the Crestlawn of merit by the Aircraft Owners

1P Mrs. Roberts was a member of' that collided with a pickup truck participate In returns from a 1051: the Legion would reopen dance Its Cemetery there.Sportsmen's. and Pilots A uocla tlon. The certificate .
weekly Saturday night nn
a the Lake Butler Methodist. driven by William Durban of Law crop of tobacco grown on a farm June 23rd Instead of June lA'h M was granted for the year

Church and was fondly known to, try and killed Hugh Griffin, Waldo. with a 1951 tobacco acreage allot. I announced. This GroupTo ending December 31, 1951 but due

everyone as Aunt Mary or Grand, Elmer Crews of Lawtey was taken ment from the Production and previously to the amount of work InvolvedIn
because the Discuss Problems
change i
I t, ma Roberts. For yearsshe has, to a Jacksonville hospital in serious Marketing Administration Is eligible was necessary tabulating vote It has just been
band had already signed up
now /
been confined to a wheelchair | condition, but Is reported to I to vote. McClan. says the to play dance, in Gainesville on I At Meeting Here received.

but alwayj had a smile and a| be recuperating. Had Crews died, Agricultural Extension Service Is June 15th.Toby The award Is made each year to

," kind word for the many friends)I Hutchens may have had to face a anxious for all growers to par- Members of the 4-County Sportsman the private and public airports
and relatives who so frequently! manslaughter charge. i ticipate. sAn 1 Dowdy and his Dixie Lily 'a Association will sponsor a sponsoring the best facilities and

r a re dropped In to see her. She will bel j State Highway Patrolman, O advisory board consisting of Hi-Pointers will play these dances 'banquet and meeting In the recreation services to non-commercial transient -

greatly misted by the whole community C. Belott, who Investigated the the county Production and. Mar for the eglon. This band does I building of the First Mathodlst pilots. Due to the number of

accident, said that Hutchens was I keting Administration Committee I III dally Network Broadcast for : Church. Thursday; June 28 large airports In the nation, the
Is survived by one I Dixie Lily Milling Company and Isfeatured according to L. M. Gaines, chairman
Mrs Roberts driving Griffin's car when he wentto will work with the county agent Brownings feel 'Justifiably proud
jeIl
:_ t r daughter. Mrs. Eula R. Greene' sleep and veered to the left aide during the balloting. In quite a number of of the dinner committeeThe of the recognition.
H. K.'' Mercury recording Toby dinner will be prepared by the
Butler: two sons.
Lake .
of the road.Youth been A proposal has been mad. to
Tobacco markets have
Dowdy's crew la believed to bo the Christian
Jacksonville, Seth W. : Women's Society of
Roberts P.oberts Pahokee six grandchildren -; Week FeaturedIn ; opening later than this act specific most. popular 'Hillbilly' band In i Service with Mrs. Titus Olson In the 'Army Alrforce, suggesting
I three possible use ol the airport as a
and
remaining open this part of the country and has I .
grandchildren. ands :harg
13 great
( cadet center. However,
Methodist Church weeks or more depending on maturity quit. a following In and around training
great grandchildren; I The of the orglnlzatlonis
four great of the tobacco crop. purpose the Browning. report that they
Florida.
North
Mrs. Jimmie Walker! the elimination of hyacinths and
me sliter have heard nothing so far concerning
1 .
be held In
"Youth Week" 4
A will
Tampa,* and one brother. Gun Vacation School traiih-flsh" from the lakes in Bradford the auggesuon.
Walker. Lake Butler. | the Starke Methodist Church beginning 'Ii i Cub Scout Pack Alachua. Clay and Putman

services, under the direction MonFJune IS, To Conducted Count... Gaines said that the I If accepted as a training site
; Funeral at 7 p.m and continuing each eve Has Monthly PicnicLocal organization contains> about 03 j there would be a considerable In-

of Key-McCabe 4 .Jactc.on-I ning through Friday, June 22, It By Three ChurchesThe I members but only three are from I j flux of military and civilian perI .

ville. were held at graveside was announced by Rev. Thomas G Cub Scouts of pack 70 Bradford County. He urged any- I sonnel for the area. The military
day afternoon at the Vacation Church School, staff would have a complement of
with Rev. Win. Mitchell. The theme for the week enjoyed a picnic at the home of one interested In becoming a member
7 lit ZIon Cemetery .sponsored co-operatively by the! June 28 182 I officers 419 cadets In trainingand
attend the meeting
+ G. Cofleld officiating. will be "Friendships." Starke Methodist Presbyterian, Mr. and Mrs. Kasaer on Kings- to approximately GOO civilian

w ht,.ct,'. Evening activities will consist and Episcopalian Churches, will ley Lake last Thursday afternoonMr. Ticket for the dinner are now Instructors.
DIRTJIS sale. They are: adults., $1.23:
RECENT of worship, the showing of filmstrips I begin Monday June 18, at W. H. Smith Den mother on children. All
9'30 in the Stark Methodisteducational and 79: cents for
am.
Mr and Mr Charles Hardy an.1 discussions, recreation and | building. All children announced.In proceed. are used In combating Receives Degree

e f*' with' their the Brad- nounce the birth of a son refreshments. between the ages of 4 to 12 are all, 21 boy were present forth threat to the game fishing In the
fjrl two leaders representing
are the Ala- Friends will be Interested to
June 12. la A cordial Invitation Is extended four counties.
? *"" In oo Tuesday cordially Invited to attend. afternoon of swimming gatpei
, girl at the Annual Girl' 4-H Short Course, now know that W. T. Minshew of Lake
the Florida Picturedj chua Hospital.Mr. to all young people to attend. | The Vacation Church School will and refreshment Present plans The group. In conjunction with
Stat this week. Butler received his Master of Education
o University campus I be held each week day morning the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Ieavl.g Earl Starling are Miss Pat 81eg. Is the president
w are, left to right. front row: Margaret Kersey. and Mrs. the from 9:30: to 11:30: through Friday r. Commission, started spraying big degree In commencementexercises
Jeanette Blount' (back receiving congratulations on of the Senior MYF and Miss 8sn| 'day every at the University of
Lawtey: Shirley Rosier Lawtey; morning Jane 29. and little Lakes Santa F. to rid I
x0lar Ro" local birth of a son Edwin Earl oo I dra Johns Is the president of the I I the Florida Monday night.
summer
d"r: > Home Demonstration Agent; Oleeta Green, June 13. In the Ala Mm. J. R. Wainwright In the 1 during them of bynclnUi Wednesday

Katherina Harrell, Brooker: and Aanett Green.. Brooker. chug Wednesday HospitaL Intermediate. MYF Dlrectar-ot the School.





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Anderson To Run "" ,1"0"l I- kt. r lin'" ,It, Ac. .VI ,- )_ ''f tin''II" ,, ''n' 'hr ittl:. i "f the'or' *\' HiiM'ii rr ,.li\'. Dt'''ut>' Clerk y", ,in.. h.I, r.'i ly notified that a !.saon.:
(Curt 'In
TelegraDh ; York rprkI\ llif i fr" ui Olio\ fnr ni\i" has been
County I loa'.w ., 612ft 4t lint ri filed ,
L Hewlett Anderson! will run foi \-',ii ,..r.fiereby notified that a before 'h.' ..alleaatlonfl.til \lay f June. of 1151otheruiiti .said: iiuuln-t. von In the above namedOuit ,I'.!., ..,
the ( volt f.,r Plvorte and other ....II.t'ha. .. APPK.'iI and cause and you ara required ..
vacant office of Mayor In j will be taken vonfeasd Norici: TO .
I87 E. MATTHEWS.. OWN["-EDITO 1 I Io..n, 'lied against you In the Complaint .. to serve a. copy of your tI
ESTABLISHED Brooker Ma friends aH today I .b\- nnm..1 l f" tjrt arnt c "'10. and by > 'i Circuit ("...... Bradford C lm tin.w r ,,r plondlna. to the complaint Tol sal" ', s

D. E Green. city clerk, said nc I *.til ere, roquln.| .d ,tu.. ",,Me a'' ..",n%' .'dy"ur .5 n%Thl....' .'.1..n,''i'dlr.!"!sea l.c.hall, f he,,nr.. published" "n.prii., .<5u Th,' Cbss.A1rWall W"- '\I-. Plaintiff. VHIlilf I llf on, p fh,,?nirln"'ilntlff'iO':;.507; *. Lynch Attorney. BitlldlnirTII 7as-h. (OF1I'y Dot', ,
ndntf'ipi.In i' lints ,
Second it-\\' .r .f IP < lii h' U'I.r!' "d If Id -fi'ndant .
and Entered had but W d> Florida and
I"ublhh..1 El p'r1d.yMEMBER: an one qualified yet that ( II.i n. I -'!<- 'nvlllv file the t
cry 'to th," I'l" f At' t tI oI' T I I'i 11,.1 ht rapo K<> 8491 I In the office of the
Clam Matter at the Font Ofnre at Starke FIa.8Ubacrl c candidate had until noon of June I Al: L c.., I I"'d'r I I' ..o.. I L, i I 1'i I I ,,'' ,t .I I, d dl,% ,f Mi ," list Notice lo Appears ,'A"nul' th.. Circuit Court on or before Clerkif tit w''


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JJ.X19 uorunc/ tnrlched; FanllygJ
For SU MonUu the pout left by former Mayor
a f i.30 Annually: Ralph E. Hazen. who died suddenly

two weeks ago. BREAD loaf I

FOUR PER WEEK'S TOO :MANY. 11IIS.' J.. WIGGINS
Dixie Darling Enriched
: W.eatDixf
We imagine that most folks are slightly weary of being f Chas U Wiggins, son of Mr '

preached at about highway safety but when four serioua and Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins of BREAD

road accidents occur in a county- in one week, as: they did i In Brooker, was advanced April Loaf I

Bradford last week; we can't help but protest against the to dental technician 2nd class and i '

ever increasing deaths and injuries which are a result of our la now serving aboard the troop l Darling Enriched Hamburs\ !

crowded highways.We transport vas Menard, operating

don't know the underlying cause, if there is a principal from San Diego, Calif. to Japan. BUNS 6 for I ii
The Menard la
presently tied
one, and we certainly are not experts on highway safety, at Yakuska up
,
but it does seem to us that something should be done to Japan ,
Wiggins entered the Naval In Glass! Del :Monte Whole Spiced
make our highways safer for the average prudent driver. We service in July 1948 and received 1 ,,,.,,,,,,,
do not think that anything in the world can be done to protect his recruit training and course In ////////111/IL/

the darned fool who deliberately risks his neck, but the dental technology at the Naval:1 PEACHES No 2 / 39C"Sun

safe and sane drivers and pedestrians need protection. Training Center, San Diego. I

Perhaps we need uniform laws throughout the country, I

with roads and highways and district graded according to I\o'ru'l' TO APPEAR |j -? rr

conditions. Thus, if there were a national highway code, all 1 In riurldnt In-Bit'!.(;:::.<-rr.nr .'..d Coo.tr.', Drenched" Salad Pieces! Bartlett wvETT'nN

school crossings throughout the country would be protected Vlrclnia' Lee Wilnon. Plaintiff v.
ten-mile-an-hour And it wouldn't make difference I John William Wilson, Pefendant r
by a zone. any Ca.. No. BITS ,
if the school zone were in New York, California or Jr.! "":.John To William rrrmr.To Wilson whose ', PEARS No 2Yz Can35C

Florida, a uniform law would exist. Speeds could be set which reldenra In Rout 3, Box tea Tus-

would be uniform and'a driver on a road marked 3, for example ran. Arizona.You are .
herebjr notified that a
would know that a Class 3 road had a speed limit of ult for Dlvorc h.. been fll*
"1 35 miles an hour and again it would obtain regardless of in i (tfourt acaln.t and youn".u.. the and above you are named re + Chase 6 StrnbornI -

i which state the road was. As it is now,, local traffic laws vary ewer quired or to pleading eons a copy to the of complaint your an-I 1 i We Reserve the Right I 152 Call Street Prices Good Thurs, '

v greatly and a driver from out of State cannot be sure of what nn the Plaintiff Attorney., Evan I I
.
T Kvana and Neal I r>' Kvan. Jr. to Limit Quantity Starke Florida Sat., June 14-W
rules and regulations prevail. There will be people who will]J 103 Iv Exchange, riulldlnaJark4: ,

say that the right to regulate traffic is a local or State mat al winville In the Florida office of and the file Clerk the origin of the '

ter, but with the extensive travel which exists today all over Circuit Court on or before the 'th "

the country it may be better controlled by national, uniform Arty allegation of July of, UIII said; fbmplaiftt otherwln will the Gr. A, Dressed & Drawn, Fla. or Ga. E


laws.Perhaps all vehicles, except those used in emergencies ones be This taken each notice aa week confessed shall for four ba by connecutlv published you: I I Pressure 1 Mb Can Packed! 69C

such as ambulances and fire engines should have governors week r"ph. In the Bradford County Tele- j.

built in them, BO that the car or truck could not exceed an Tinted this lat day of June, 1951 FRYERS Ib' 5
(OFFICIAL
;:
81,1.14)
A.
J. Thomas, ,'
arbitrary speed-say 60 miles an hour. We do not know that Clerk or the Circuit Court

this would reduce the number of traffic accidents, but isn't By Haven Crosby, Deputy Illelect i

it a paradoxical situation when automobiles are built to go In The '|18 Stokely Small 'VholeBEETS
rirrall F''d..1
100 milEor more and to do so is against the law in all buta FH..dfeN:.ALLI' ramrt tlrralt.of Im' and for Hickory Sweet SllsedBacon
very few places in the country? Why let it be possible fora Cory MItOlttH In <:haacerr. I Corn-Fed PorkRib

thoughtless youth to get behind the wheel of a new car Margaret v*, <'urtla/ Jean Howartl Markham Plaintiff, i I,1 2 No 303 37 End Lo- Ib 5S
which will go 95 miles an hour, and then expect him to obey fenrlant Markham P.-I acv
,
the law against going that fast. Such a move to reduce the- lt Tn Shoran Hirt "urU"Beacon Howard ftfarkham' t| Kounty Kist SweetPEAS Roast Lb. 49c
irnlt APO- Mt. Vermont SneedBacon
speed of cars might be met with a storm of protest for it sin torn Pnetmaater laTon. Man Franclaco Call 94 I Center CutChops

seems that practically everyone is in a hurry, and must! make .1'. hereby notified that I' Lb. 69c

"time," so that he can brag that he drove from New'York Jean thee Markham ha* been In filed the by Mariraret 1 2 No 303 27 ib 6
Circuit
to Jacksonville i in nf Court
less time than his next door-neighbor. But l /Bill Praitford of County, Florida hr Taste O' Sea Cod

' dozen In making traffic the regulations trip in !a and few endangered hours less the the person lives of broke others.a that from divorce the Camplalnt,relief A VINCUI-O therein acalnut MATRIVfONJI prayed you for, and 1 la, I With Peppers Kounty Kist Whole Fillet Lb. 35c Grade A, Florida Dressed & Drawn, 3 to 5 Ib.

you. and
There is a law controlling the Kale and use of firearms and it maiden name of Maraar reetoratlon of her : Headless Dressed

seems to be working satisfactorily. An automobile travelling ham Thla ,la therefore Jean Ora I CORN 2 :219C Whiting Lb. 19c
..4, ; at to file to command you I 12
excessive speed can kill just as effectively as a .45 revolver. Bald I faun your on written or before appearance 1 In Cooked Broiling Turkeys 8I 8I 8 SLand

,
As we said at the start we don't know what the solution June /2. 1981, and that you Saturday ahall Lobsters Lb. 59c
i Is to this problem. But thereafter on or before the Niblets Whdle KernelArmour's
we are certain that something should of July 151 eerv. I4th
be done to stop this senseless loss of life which goes on day defenses. If any, on a copy tiamuel of your W. I II""'"

after day. ".r "..* Oetaen P. Attorney for the Plaintiff,
A O Dna
? II Oalneevllle I O' Sunshine-
Florida,
and Immediately' thereafter: ; file the. I CORN 2 12oz33c
HAIL TO : original In mv office
TilE SANDLOT! to I'pon failure
comply with either '
of the above In Cartons!
a Denreo
Some things are undeniably( American and one of these lered Witneaft against pro m,.you Confess hand accnrdlna will to he law sea: Old Glory Pork & I B'lJTTER I In Quarters! Lb 75

t is the great American sport of baseball. (The Russians have Circuit' Court thla andrdeadof ole
not quite gotten around May, AD )eel.
to claiming that yet.) Many other
I A. J Thames, BEANS 2

tl American sports had as their the hot origin dog in or foreign chewing lands gum. but baseball is as Bamnel fly tlaven W Orison("ro"b Clerk,.. Deputy Circuit' Court Clerk 16-0% 19C Firm t'tnlcTOMATOES BANANA

Go anywhere in this vast land of ours and you'll the Attorney for Plaintiff.
see
1115 4t
future stars of the '111
game. The -
scene be
or even a crowded street in the may 'an empty lot, la rtrvmU>on jTi<'K. .TO. APPEAR \ Lb. 19c Golden Ripe Fruit From
city but the game is the >. r llrad'ord Oo..,,..
same as played on big league Florida la {......... .
diamonds. Oh the ball may be Heatrlce Jone*. Yin lntlff. .. ._
a 25c rocket, which even Joe DiMaggio Jam... Jon... pefandant n Robert 4sr

second base, and second base itself may couldn't be an old hit five beyond *itlfl>. T. Appear Cap No. 145. >% 11.1.IlANDI Florida Pascal 9 :
.
gal
Ion drum, but the kids are having fun. recldenc To- Robert James Jon.... who* Celery 2 stales 13c IbroP25
and
address le
'
:
. And does they do it the hard way, too. The catcher for example Av You enue.are olo Alain hereby Hron notified. .2NdA'Igg New York*, 3 Ffi Snow White 2
not have the that a
have. expensive protection the big leaguers milt for Dlvorc and custody and Cauliflower Lb. 19c
About the only ciintrol of minor child h". tr
been filed
way you can tell him from
his team avalniit In Texas Yellow
you
the shore '
mates is named .
gets foul that he has his cap turned back fop front. lIe often quired Court and to erva cause a and you are re Tall Onions 3 u.. 25cNo Sweet Juicy'Red
a copy of
tip right in the and your an* Meat'h
eye carries a "shiner" around ewer or pleading. to the complaint 3 Cans 37C
'i for days. And on the ..
1 when it comes to batting do Plaintiff Attorney, T. Frank Head over 15c-
our future tandrum. (
have individual stars Slarke, Florida and ill. J
' the bats as do the stars? Heck no. Generally Clerk the original of In the office of the Lettuce Lb. 14c Juat In From CalifomialBEAUTY I .*
whole the
bat Circuit Court
department
on or
consists of one cracked before the *fith I Crisp Green
"Louisville and taped day of June 1911 Top
Slugger" which Is too heavy for otherwln the allegation of ..I Dog Food- i PLUMS ..
and too light for the most of them, Complaint f. will b* taken aa con Carrots 2 B<... 19c
only big kid the *eed by yap
And on team. Thla notice New Bursting with Juice! Thin-Skin,
these sandlot shall be publl.hed Florida White

to No 29 hit-stingy game is pitching just battles battles for are them.really In free-scoring this league sagas., a 21 Te once lire'legraph w each..eka weak In the for Bradford four ioneou County. DASH 2 Cans 29c Potatoes 10 Lb*. 39c LEMONS i. 1 1I

average and nnted thin Ilrd
any good solid bunt day of MAT 1951
turned Into a home run can be !rOKFICMT RBAM A. J. ThomaH, Utra-Refined
by
BleachCLOROX
a bit of wild some scared rabbit running and Clerk, of the Circuit Court. Winter Garden
throwing. By Havan Crosby, Deputy Clerk Quick,Frozen STRAWBERRIES 4
Making fun Ills 4t HIS Tins
of them? A
thousand
times not r I
playing the They are 1HOTICH
great American game of baseball and if I* r/rr.., r.....'TO. Hradf-trd APPPAH C...,,., 2 Qts 29cTUNA Superbrand Choc
keep this world we can .
free future generations Florida < ......... ICE CREAM 3
here and all over the will be playing I it Maria Blllaheth lrl>e*. Plaintiff V*. Van., Strawberry 2 Pts.
country in centuries to come. Roudolph Jamea Orbea, D.f.nd.nCa.e, t.

..n.... To Aapearr No. 1451

Family Out of Town for r..I".n"To noudolph and addree Jamea la Orbee< cot ,Vt whoa llth
Vacation? Street. New York City, New York. H TAG
Make You are hereby. notified that a GQ NH TANG
Your Summer Headquarters/ salt for Dlvorn and. !award nf minor
children haa been filed against you Van Camp's
at theGUIDON inS the shove named Court and cau**
of and your yon sea required to aerv a copy Chicken 0' Sea Stokely')
answer or pleading to tAe
onmplnlnt. on the Plitlntlffg Attor D Fcy. Fla.
Orange
GRILL n y, T. Frank Landrum Btark.
'
Florida and file the
original In the
ifflre of the Clerk, of the Circuit JUICE
EATT TUE REST Court on or before the Snth Any of
Inn' N'
1951.: olherwln the i
Ft\ROfT nlleratli -
THE REST n of said Complaint! will ba 29c
OUR 50c LUNCHEON taken aa confessed by you. .. 4 =
IS STILL This notice 25
THE BEST FOOD shall b* published
BUY one* each week for tour
IN connecu
AMERICA I Teleraph tlve weeks In the Bradford'County*

Dated this tlrd day of are.. JUt
-J
(OFFICIAL "FlA L) A. J. Thom.,
1 ,, Clerk of the Circuit Court
-N..re Iy Haven Regular Size
Crosby Deputy Clerk. FREE
; From where tl3i 4t till CLAPP'S
I sit ...6y Joe Marsh 1 %PPR WITH COUPON

.'a." flrr IOTtC.7aTO....,.".\.H C...ty, CAMAY Bath
"lamh'' rlitai K ntlff -' """" ""' When Strained Baby Foods BROOK-
t".r.Pl. 39C
t \. trace, Defendant ".. Elmer Cakes MAt
Hope
"Gappy" Told Buy
Him I follee To> A......,.. Case No. 8470
T..: Rimer A Brace, t..hoe realtore 4Yz.oz Jar 1 Oc
ibV S
Where'To I* 410 Mac
Get Off I New York Street Elmira 1 $
! You are hereby. notified 0
"Cappjr" FI"her-"ho Jut r. that ult for Divorce has been that filed a 1 ede49ean4Raspberry
now I don't .
I know In
what
the
tired city
after thlrljr-fl,. Court.ten't": above named'
year ax
railroad conductor a I waa goingto get alt ati"a! .. tn sans cease a and you are re* CLAPP'SChopped
of
was copy
1 telling ('.pp" might' h... wr or nleadtna to your an* Black. '
about bn the complaint' Apricot Pineapple
a aaleaman who pulling Personal
wait often on the berry
Plaintiff Cherry
on. of his paaacngcra. oar leg, but from where I alt. Iota B n-ach.Men. ".'''.n Piilldlna Attorney"Daytona Ray. I 4 Cakes and 2 Medium32c With Presen.12-oz. _L9L er Peach Pre- L
of u. get so wrapped up in Florida and file the original Coupon Baby Food .erve12-0z.
"That our- In
the
man office
wa
to of 12-oz.
busy, the Clerk Damson
say aelvea ". often Circuit or the Plum
k Cappy, "h. forget "where Court on fir before 11
the
used to Ind
I bring a dictaphone ..r. day of July' ,
19IU.
on the train to catch going. Som. folks' (get ao 1<*a-atlona of acid otherwise the al* Your Preserves 23c
Complaint Coupon Liquid c
up on narrow will be Soap Strawberry
! hla lettera. On on. trip he'd they even begrndg their taken a4 ronfeaaed by you 7Yz-oz Jar 15
worth
been
This lOc
on Jo
'
neighbor the noticehall be .
mailing around ao much he clean right to enjoy a ones each week for tour poMIhedweek purchase of 3-lb. Regular Grape Jam 1 1f
glasa of rnn..rutlre.a or '
1 forgot to brine hi. ticket Left it not forget beer that now' and th.... Let' Televrapd In the Bradford County CISCO can at our lour 2 Size 50 Grape Jelly I2
on hia desk" just aa tralna run Fluted this. Iflth .
day
1 of
on steam and oil fOFFtCIAf." Mar US1 everyday price. With Coupon
'
l When Cappjr democracies run MRAT.V A 1 Thn.......
started to tell him on freedom and Clerk of the cirenlt'
not to worry: about the ticket the tolerance! ny Hares Crosby. Deputy Clerks Court Lt,. Ca. 39c -' 30e ea. without CIJURANUWTOMU.% )

1 .ataman bimta out with "Who' ;. 4t fits ('nil n IMCHIS M natal:: t t /MAMA 1 J

worried about the ad1" Ivory SudsDreft auniK. cncun t ____
ticket? It'a just APPEINderide Amazing REAL-g/tu _
rlA.U/l. /s' f".I.> r..rf H-.efor4 Cox air. Flakes Igc. 31c i I. Igc. 31c -1 I ; i
Caaes.ry\ <;,; > BtJGKlL1E g1
Stanley Arden Palmer, Plaintiff, ... ? '-c 2Sc I ,
CupyrAJhf,19'I. L'.j,,,1 S'ut" Or"" Louie Palmer Defendant ... .
< Bres'era foes.l4t.' Retire) T.) Appears Cap No 140. ." :.." --: ..- :- :, -, -.. ',,,",, .- .':';' "'. : : .....:. .:.....-



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1 HAMPTON JUNIOR HIGH SHOOL GRADUATES I II i iI I Mrs R. J(. Dukes of Dukes. Pvt. E. W Hodges Pvt. Wal-

PTON BROOKER Miss Doretha Pate of Jacksonville ter Howard and Pvt. Stanley.

_- .,. and\ Mrs. Dave Galney and Crosby cf the U. S Army, Fort

ll C Sweeney \Ir": K. J. Lewls children of Palatka are spending Jackson, A. C. were visiting their
s .1 this week with Mr. and Mrs. Gent parent and relatives here last

Stokes. weekend

"ton,l 8111 Daily Vacation ?C1 P tiip W. M. S. Biiftlnms. MeetingThe Mrs. Mary Green and Mrs. Howard -' Mliu Carolyn Kelley is spending

will hold Us Corn 1 Women's Missionary So. Walt were In Gainesville Sat some time in Jacksonville visitingher

> exercises at theL p ciety met at the Baptist Church urday afternoon. brother, Charles Kelley.

I Church on Sat tih r Wednesday afternoon June 8 at Mr and Mrs. Alex William'' Mrs E. M. Lewis, Glenda and

Fat 8 o'clock, after ai f t' t is 3 o'clock spent the weekend with her par E. V and! Jean Endicott were In
i MIll! ail q n f' ents, Mr and! Mrs. Dnve Green.
and play.
Work Mrs James W. Thomas, program Gainesville Friday afternoon attending
and Mrs. Mike Tilghman and children 7
L director,
is the chairman was In charge. to business.
Include of UutneHvllle were visiting
assistants The meeting was opened with a relatives Mrs Melvin Spooner of Pahokee b

totDean: Whidden, v" song titled "Rescue the Perishing", Mr. and Saturday.Mrs. Mali-ohm Lewis spent the weekend here visiting !
.
I Josephine Thomas.fceney Mrs. Earl Willis read Inspiring I'
Hicks, a very had as their guests over the her mother, Mrs. H. P. Galney
Hazel Scripture. Prayer was : and Mrs
1 weekend Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K. A. Galney.
|y, Florrie Gnann Mary, Lu- r r t9k rendered by Miss Lubedla Pln- Jackson and two children' Gale I Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Galney and j

Barbara Hill holster. The members sang "Break and Jimmie of Jacksonville. little son, Richard of Dundee spent
Vessie Saxon. Betty Thou the Bread of Life." A very
last here Tier
Earl We are glad to report little weekend visiting
.Jnlt Brown and Interesting program was given by Jimmie Anderson la recuperatingafter : mother, Mrll. C. C. Melvin and .

itty-two were present I I Mrs Earl Willis. MIss Lubedla having his tonsils removed I Mr. and Mrs Cecil Melvin. Richard
assembly on Monday. Pinhotater, and Mrs. James W.
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Friday at the Alachua County remained over for a weeks visit r,

rnp Doddto Pictured above are the nine members of the graduating class of I Thomas Business matters were Hospital In Gainesville. I with them. I
Llim and Johnny I discussed and a money offering 4RMICAIIY
attend the Bible PINE LEVEL : Hampton Junior High School as they received their certificatesin Kevstone HeightsBy collected.

idation, camp at Lake recent commencement exercises. From left to right: Donald Slade, The Women's Missionary Society .

oa i Falls, Ga., Confer By Mrs. H. M. McRae Margaret Hersey, Virginia Williamson, Tracy Jones Frankie Loper, :\11'11. Sara D. McDonald social meeting will be held

ua. They will returne I Marilyn Kllaiul Jay Alderman Rothelle Jones and Ray Brookins. = at the home of Mrs. Earl Willis TSEPTI UAWKS. & .CESSPOOLS

| 18th when Jay will Church Services were well at Standing behind the graduates are Doyle E. Conner, who made the Mrs. Nettle Walt and Mr. and Wednesday afternoon, June 20 at CUMEII

Villa for his 4-H Club tended at Pine Level Baptist commencement address. Rev. Fred Dodd, L. T. Johns School Board Mrs. Ivan M. Bernkopt attended 3 o'clock. -' yr &

Church Sunday morning. Brother member, and H. P. Morgan, superintendent of public instruction. the wedding of Mrs. Wait's grand. Mrs. M. O. Harrell and children \ #

Appointed Alton Dobbs of Starke conducted I son Corporal Earnest Wilcox of Catherine and William were >

serious illness, C. C the Service. Two members were Wellttboro, Pa., now stationed at shopping In Gainesville Thursday

ently resigned from added at the evening Service. MacDill Air' Field, and Miss Pat. We are sorry to report Willie

f town marshal and rlcla Olmstead' also of Wellsboro,
| Mr. and Mrs. Morgan White I II
of Palatka of
Tyler formerly
was appointed to fill at the St. Andrews Episcopal < ., ,
I and children! of Milton .were vlsl- iLtljlurn Brooker la seriously. Those *FEsspOOL ?: -,
d term. t Ling the J. W. McRaes, Friday Church in Tampa, Tuesday evening from here visiting him* Sunday
!k L. Roark of Campand night and were accompanied I June 5th at 7 p. m. Both were Mr. and Mrs Henry Hodge e C C TANK S dIT'S
:Miss Pearlle Da-+ Corporal Wilcox and his wife
| home Sunday by their daughter T. II. Plnholster Dave Earl and
,cats Thursday of Pvt., Mrs. J. E. McRae and little son were guest of Mrs. Wait and the Wilson Green.

,her and slater-ln-law, Bernkopfs at Keystone Heightslast
Danny of Starke. I Burgess AfohrPONCA.NE8R( Mlaa Catherine, Harrell and Miss
Roy Roark in Sat- I > Christmas.
i 1
Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and Mrs. Annett Green are attending the
were dinner guests on ;===:rI Mr and Mrs. Ralph Thomas MODERN REVOLUTIONARY!
.
Robert Myrick were visiting J. 4-H Club short course held !in
Mr. and Mrs. Russell were in this ?
visiting Keystone
'ipton. I I Alvarez in St. Vincent L'j Wherein I cultivate our gardenI hears the placing back of the lid week. Tallahassee this week. I No"nnra.q.ndve unhealthy pumping end digging I
I BCD
Tuesday. talk with neighbor and the cookie he Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Hazen ol tasks. ,.. roe
nderson, of Miami is my my on stone jar goes Miss Llnnie Lawrence spent up tutpools.ptk *pog pooli.gr.01 OeArpA
and Mrs. J. W. MetMahone 1' Owen Alvarez was a dinner I heart l I" lifted by the- sang of a running to Don. Ha! They are very last week wjth, Doris Siprelle and and children of Gainesville visited. traps and lagged IIn... 0 : pe t dNJ

I'I guest of Arley McRae Sunday. !I, bird. simple, like Mother and Grand- returned home Sunday with her relatives here Monday afternoon.E. H.,.'. |ho mail r.llablo and 'lol.it' -.I od' la rzAy

of the Merle {I Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva I i mother made. Here they are: parents Mr, and Mrs. L. H. Lawrence T. Stewart T. H. Plnholster. liquify/ dliiollo and taponlly II'...., iludgo, hair, rtaropa C/'elf
A meadow lark this morning Mrs. Nora Supp Lubedla Plnholster cloth and other /1
| organic lolldl Oboes fRpOr
spent Friday here spent Sunday night with Mrs SOFT SUGAR COOKIES who spent the weekend with /
II As I sauntered
on and Mrs. Dave Green spent
fe, Harvene, who has H. M. McRae. I my way 2 cups sugar (one white and one the Siprell this mod.rn chomlcal' guarant.tt' quick and ofn- ANO ft Clrreooee

the past week.ew I I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Was welcoming the springtime brown.) Mr and Mrs. J. C. Bastedo, Mr the day Friday fishing on Okla- clvnl r.iulli .In 12 la 16 Soon NO SHUTDOWN rrC PANke
I I With a joyous roundelay. waha River. ol pool or lank noconarywhllo c .'''',oll.working. I
Meads of Jackson- Gerald and Ru- 1 cup Spry or Crlsco. or lard. and ] J. Detweiler and Mr.
son grandson Mrs C. ,
His blithesome notes were lust- Mrs. Relta Brown of DunellonIs .5. 10, 15, :r), 50, and 100 (I. CONTAINERS
, her daughter, Mrs. dolph Sapp all of Hellbronn 3 eggs V6 cup sour milk. Put and Mrs W. J. Siprelle attendedthe .
.
109 rous gems spending some time here with ... c.i.dio. ,... o*. .... u i. r.i. o*. r..di' .
Springs were visitors here Sunday teaspoon of vinegar In milk tc Humphries Gold Corp. staff
sliver chain son-ln-liiw Mr
Upon a her daughter and ,
Rothell\ Jones spentn afternoon. ,sour. dinner in Jacksonville this week.
I That seemed to lift Mrs. L. Molt.
weightOf and A.
weary
with rel- I 1 teaspoon each soda and baking Mr and Mrs. J. Hall
Newberry i Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were winter gloom and strain. Carpenter here Mattle Sowell spent heat BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.
I powder. have to New Mexico for two
I the of Mrs. Lew- gone
visiting bedside
And all day long that lilting song weekend in Valdosta, Ga. visiting
Rathel About 4 cups of flour to makea weeks their 7 months old
Mr Harvey la's sister, Mrs. Alvin Jackson in Infancy I could hear; leaving with her sister, Mrs Olgla Mott K. Call St. Starke, Fla.
.
daughter, Vicki, spent-. Jacksonville Sunday. It filled the hours with crystal dough.I son in the care of Mr. and Mrs Mrs Rose PlnholHter returnee1home
have all things as cold as pos-
last week at Day- Slprelle.
9 'c. showersOf from Jacksonvilleafter
Mrs. K. Andreu of Panama Sunday
sible. At least and milk.
eggs Mrs. Goodhue, former resid-
and a
Tampa. 'City spent the weekend with Mr. melody and cheer. spending a week with friend
his Cream lard and sugar, add egg ent of Keystone: has been at the
accompanied
ardy and Mrs..A. R. McRae. How often does life's joy dependOn and relatives In Jacksonville, and
at time and beat In. Add
to Baltimoren one a Inn for several days.
Hardy, 1 some such trifling thingA to be at the bedside of her niece, ,
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and milk, a little salt and vanilla Mr. and Mrs. Balllette\ stoppedover
his large transportar I I smile, a greeting from a friend I Mrs. Mana Wiggins who had a
family were dinner guests of flavoring. Then I add soda Beat.
Brown recently hadp for a few days with Mr. and
, truck and Mrs. Rodman Reddish A meadow' lark in spring. 'Put In sifted flour and baking powder Mrs. Reynolds on their way tc major operation in St. Luke'sHospital
on a transport -Maurine HathawayAs recently: She reports Mrs. ? {
IphlS, with his uncle, 'day. Mr'l I : t'o make a dough you can J their new home in Clearwater. Wiggins Is Improved. Taking a Holiday Trip

| We are thankful for the the above poem says, some handle. Roll out a small piece at Mrs Nick Burson is home with Mr. and Mrs. T. W Markey

V. Alderman of Starke needed rain that fell In this Section times our whole day depends on,i a time on a floured paper or board.I her new daughter. Gall Ann. spent Sunday visiting Mr. and

achel Roberts of Wal- Monday afternoon.I -I I small things. The kind word or used an aluminum tumbler to Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Smith a" 3
,
!onday luncheon guests I are sorry to hear of the 111ness smile of loved one when eating cut them out Sprinkle top with and infant son, who have been evening. The evening was spentIn

. Alderman. I of W. C. Clemons and hope breakfast. Ever have your morn sugar and bake on a cookie sheetIn visiting Mr. and Mrs. McKay have swimming' games and a picnic I

gan of Jacksonville Isis he will soon recover. I ing spoiled by a grouch at breakfast a hot oven, 400 degrees. Watch returned to their home in Has. supper?

summer vacation I V. and ? If yqu are a guilty one, for closely as they bake quickly. brook Heights, N. J. Mr. Smith If, Friends of Mrs. Engleman, wife
randparents :Mr. and { Mr. and Mrs. A. Hall I II goodness sake have a heart. When done lift with a spatula and Mrs. McKay's brother. of the former pastor of the First

Johnson. I i(children of Jacksonville spent Next to trees in importance !In cool. I love old-fashioned things Prof and Mrs. Gaige who have Baptist/ 'Church hero will learn

Mrs. VV. T,: Saxon of (Thursday and Friday with the H. I nature I find birds are a source Home cookies' children dough. been living**n the Newlns hou&e on with regrets of her death. She

rk arrived Monday for i M. McRaes. i of joy Here, in the springtime nuts: flowers trees, garden. Lake Brooklyn have returned tc died last Saturday and walt burled :

.felat ves here., other Mr.: an''".Mrs. Earl.' Goodman of i one can 'hear and see so many neighbors, birds. God Is In all their home in Ann Arbor, Mich In Sebring Monday, June 11.

n the East'Coast' mend Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs birds. I cannot name all of them good things. Simple small things Mrs Isobel Peters, new owner
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:Mrs. Ernest Hun- A. J. Fender Sunday afternoon.Mr. We have a bird book and some dayI make our lives each day and bringus of the Pangborn apartments wa ..

a from Fort Lauder- and Mrs. Y. T. Myrick and I will take time to look them up peace, joy and health. [ a weekend visitor with Mrs. Anna I II

!sons! Jackie and Bobby of Auburn- I As I sat down to write this I heard Digger Is barking down In the",, James. She went to St. Petersburg Let Us Thoroughly I I II

dale arrived Saturday night for a I a wren singing. There, I hear It yard. Don Is at the store. Jr. Is and Tampa and from there

short. visit with :Mr. and Mrs. : now and am always hoping it Is In Lincoln visiting We are at will fly to her home in The Canal Wash Your Clothes I

Robert Myrick.LONG I my wren to build a neat. They peace with the world and happy Zone. _

have not built their nest as yet and Had a note this A. M. from, Mrs. McMurtry's: mother, Mrs 0. Pound I .. nr er.

THE HEAT am beginning to fear they will fall Huldah Morgan, in Jacksonville.1 A. Sprowl and her sister, -Mrs : ti

BRANCHBy me. It has been raining a lot hereas Do write all of you. I would so" Elizabeth Corse have been visit For 40c!

YOUR CAR It did last spring, and Is so cool like a line. ing Mr. and Mrs. McMurtry this FREE Bleach If Desired! 'You don't want to spoil It by having car trouble.
and the air refreshing. When it God bless you all, week.
Mrs. J. L. StricklandWe Starke
I Ave.
and the LOVELURAADDRESSES Mrs. Bert Chrlstoffer, who spent Tmtple
Is dry, the dust blows here
Before let us check car thoroughly to male
you go, your
I sun is hot. Our gardens( are grow the month of May on Long Island

are glad to learn-that Mrs. ing so nicely too, and the world Is returned In time to drive with .
Jack Wilkinson Is able to be up I lovely. I have flowers in bloom. Mr. Chriatoffer to Atlanta to at- lure le'. properly lubricated and serviced. Then you'll {

and around again after being con In the vegetable garden I have to OF INTERESTE. tend the graduation of their son We Will

fined to her bed for more than eat radishes and onions and let from Jack Donald M. from Emory Medical know your car Is In tiptop shape for that holiday ride.. I
C. Johns change
three weeks. I tuce. My beans are about large sonvllle to Lawtey. 'I College. Dr. Chrlstoffer will Intern Dry Your Clothes
Llge Carter was brought home I enough to bloom. There the sun at the Duval Medical Center
ur111 from a Jacksonville hospital Monday Is trying to shine. Weather man Mrs. Frances Wilkinson, cha ge'i In Jacksonville.\ He and his wife For 20c

IIh11 where he was taken last week. on radio said more showers from Starke to 521 Gilmore St.' will live In Keystone with Mr. and Service Center Station

? 1 He seemed to Improve slightly after through to-day. Jacksonville Fla. 'I I Mrs. Chrlstoffer.i In ;Sew Automatic Driers

f 1t his son Richard spent the day Monday was lovely and I got Gordon Weest. 2460 N. W. 33rdSt. II i | Luclle Holmes of Portsmouth Seeber D. Goodman

with him, but soon the excitementwore washing done and dry. The ., Miami, Fla. ( Va. Is visiting with Mr o t: I
my
off and he was In the same lawn is so pretty and green. .We N. F. Crosby 1913 East Jean, and Mrs. Altman. Their son, .' $ojs1 U. S. 301 at So. City Limits

weakened condition he was In before keep it mowed with the electric St., Tampa, Fla. I I Seaman Charles Altraan is home The Washeteria

Richard came home. He was mower and It Is not a great task Jacob Rech 104-18 132nd St..,, on an 18 day leave. Starke, Fla.Jvil .

-,Jwm taken to the hospital where the at all. I advise anyone past 00 If Richmond Hill N. Y. I I Mrs. P. H. Haskins entertained

r doctors thought an operation for they have a very large lawn to get Mrs. L. H. Jennings, 20626 llth I for a group of the eighth grade
gallstones might help but he Is In |graduating class last Saturday .
heart
THIS one. It may save you a Ave. East Twin Falls, Idaho. -- .
to undergo ..
condition
too weakened attack. Don helps me with the
the operation also his age Is I this year and it la such
gardens
miner against him, he being 81 years old. fun. We go out with our hoe and

Richard Lane: has been on the scratcher, we talk and laugh. We Ii.r

sick list for a few days but Is bet- note how each vegetable has grown .giyr r
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ter at this writlnjr. to the peas.
caTo and put strings up
oneCial Elmer Carter has been Buffer Yes, life l is good. We have a nice ............:.
ing with an Infected eye where one
I' patch of strawberries. The groundhere \"r.rr.rt':!: !'
of his baby chicks pecked him In l Is black the soil deep and fer -
,the eve one morning when he -
tile. Anything one plants Jusf GET YOUR INSULATED KOLD-KEEPER BAG TODAY I
turned them out of their coop.
: I have a nice cucumbet .
I Sanderson: Bennett Is still suffering grows Don helps me pick wr Whon dofroitlni When hooping.. On oUnlct, uw it,
with his eve and says the patch. I hope '':. your present reto keep your to keep hever
too. Whoopee! it frozen cold ice cold tillS.wy.ue.s
food
them
friKTator, use mien
him he will have to fof coming lit la MO
doctor tells
XClUDESi HELPFUL HINTS: Dont throw ,, n for frozen food. till you get home. ready to serve
[ eve'
removed.'
have the At
e dwssis .bricMl.( Little Richard Carter recently least away not orange all of and them.lemon Scald peel. and 'r' End Defrosting Isrever FREE! Wifh.y fof C.f yours now!

lleorings doaud, ., moved to Gertie Falrrloth's little and dry them use a fine blade and
old Id house! at Clay Hill. We welcomethem and store

tole ustedt system ls Mrs.to A.our E.neighborhood Maxwell: spent theafternoon run In tight thru food glass chopper jar. Use them wash in 0 _: I You g" AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING txattly when It's needed only In

sill luid ]aided, If.t with the Strickland the cakes and cookies. When you .J *
it
afternoon school was out at Clav your Ironing board cover, dip \ I '4 r 'ion
.t. and In starch and put It on the ironIng : : ifrb&1I!
baitery rMd'dkMdi RU). We were canning pegs board wet or at least pretty Westinghouse

llIt.nd tlgltMi.grrilR she Is sure .a good pea' sheller. I Smooth it out good. Stays
"- do not put my visitors to work damp. travel
Healthy
but she put herself to work and clean longer. be taken W \ AUTOMATIC IIUIOItATOt
children can
U rough could use snacks for
on shell We
helped peas.
,1 Clv. your car a her again this week. along when on vacation which will '. N'I the' Com _ln..S. why ONLY W..tlnghou*. FROST-FREI

Y OWl bringinG! l It In for Speaking of peas we have them be better than so Scrape much Ice and cream cut 1 T 6 .- t"' 0' gives you ALL 3 big b.n.nt.ONl'f .
them and soft drinks. WHY tct9erotar
now. We have been selling carrots, celery stalks r. AUTOMATIC DUIOJTIMC lastly and only when needed.. No clocks or timer
that were in wedges
but didn't have many have and some sprigs of cauli I E to M& nothing to touch-nothing to do.
r mature enough but now we cabbage "r i
more than we can manage so well.: flowers. Wrap In cleaner paper child 1'J:'' 4. 4. want AHTOMAIK Disrom of frost water. No trays, J.... or paM to empty .
watermelons In plastic : t DO mew to clean, no floors to mop-no muse, no bother!
We also have plenty of or put ... \'If.J let .,nOt1'- (c.I
them a piece n
now and they are the nicestwe ren are hungry give and __ o AUTOMATIC HUOiTIMO to fait even hanl-to-kep ice cream and frozen
Only cracker -- I
$5.50 Add a ? .tfor doOropetU..Aed- 1;)
and on. uot. ,
several years to munch Nothing thaws ev.rt
have had for "l Mrrnu\ .whenry. fruits stay hard all during dofrosting.
of them. Some of It Is tasty.Save E>v .....<.S
DES there are more When storing FK ....e1It.dew ... NO DIPROSTlNG.. h.r., any f/mel'
-- etya' anyw
sacks. .
ENGINE here .
OIL the friends who have been your when J ;;......
this I

hunting peas are Mrs.,Mr.Carson and Grif-Mrs. make material a dress away, I after will put the scrapsin v.n. :=. .: i SURE. lTtS'M stin"'ouse'
Harry Padgett ,12"8"
REWS Highland, tie the top with a scrap fit.dd orwors.e f// .tH.11' ..4 '
tie and Mr. May. from the bag and be
Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson Bennett then they won't get tangled


r Company gett lid from, There Mrs.Baldwin.Ella are :Mrs.Carter others'but Eugan from we Pad Clay fall easy XVednesday.I found.made I soft put them sugar In cookie.an old- ', Cunvenl.nt Tana. C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO. -- Starke, Fla. -

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Madison Street to call them to mind Just now. fashioned cookie jar. They
119 Willie Padgett spent the weekend real tasty and Don and Digger 'Pk-434) l

Starke, Fla. with relatives had 36 hour does like them. When Digger
t
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.JUNlo 1951

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH BTARKE. FLOJUPA FRIDY.Methodist Il'ltll

PAGE FOCR was Lester Crews of Palatka.
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--- -' --- ----- Parties Are Popular Feature I Buffet SupperAt The Manskers and Mrs. Carter MenThe
--I r Carol Beth YoungTo Birthday Mitchell Home returned to their homes Sunday,
Wed Mr. Carnell ; Of Social Calendar During Month Of June while Mrs. Livingston remained Fellowship StarK MelhQ"
I For Visitors through Tuesday as a guest of Monday SIlPP 1 Wlij...
i Saturday In Yonkers I June seems to be the popular guests. the Mrs Matthews. PmKinsley. at ,the"v"nlnlf lune U
month with a series of birthday Games were played during Mrs J M. Mitchell, Miss LuciJe hemr af Cart I.
I parties being given so far this I afternoon and prizes Linda were Wasdln.won by Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. I State Officers will' be Ch.PW.:Uh: The fur;
EH month. Helen Kelly and Matthews were hosts at a buffet Senior Prot, Ralph k
r"4 Monday, June 4. Mrs T. Fran Assisting Betty Anna mother supper last Saturday evening at I Attend MeetingOf United Stat,tam Chaa .,
Gladys Mooty y Landrum entertained at a lawn Mrs. Steve Simmons, In serving the Mitchell home for a number of Green Cove N. 81t.
WOW CircleMembers
Mrs.O. who had cometo Spring.
Phone 35Woman's party for her daughter Frances her daughter's guests were out-of-town guests I Leslie Biggs
who celebrated her tenth annlver- I.. Linaln and Mrs L. B Cham- Starke to hear George McMas- preSldo,
"....4 .. ........4 ... i bers. ter preach his first sermon at the of the Woodmen Circle group annUnces that 11
sary. met In the W. O. W. Hall Tuesday desiring tranHPtlrtaUon
I Church.
Council WSCS To Meet The refreshment table, net up in M".Paul Meng entertained at Presbyterian thexu."ta night for there regular meet quested to meet at, the *
the yard, was overlaid with a pink Satur- Besides Mr. McMaster Mrs. P. S. Crews Educational I*('
party ,
birthday ing with pre- building
delightful
Plans Bake SaleThe Monday AfternoonThe party cloth, which a Included his mother Mrs. !\ by :
crepe paper evening at the Meng home on siding.
day In
E. O. Manllk r, and grandmother, July
had matching napkin Centeringthe
highway honoring Mrs. Beagle Green, state president
Women1* Council of the regular business and pro- and' the Palatka Mrs. Jessie Livingston, and Dr. Mrs. JAlldon ,
the
table was lovely pink his twin was
husband, Paul, and from Live Oak, and Mrs. nskrdic
Church held their meeting of the Methodist her and his orize the l(
of
First Christian gram cake I' Manaker all Tampa first
white birthday who vir,
Francis, of Hampton John Hall, of Live Oak
brother secretary pr"
regular business and social meetIng WSCS will be held in the educa- aunt Mrs. Frank Carteif Clearwater charge and fill
played during the their 30th anniversary that ,uw
Games were
V Tuesday evening at the par tional building Monday.The were celebrating Also a guest at,1:the supper grove, were guests at the meeting. The Junior '
awarded I Couneetafcl
afternoon and prize. were .
CoLonl Mrs. W. L. Andrew., state at-
nonage with Mrs. Clyde executive board will meetat Lee met with the
i and Mrs. Elizabeth Wynn aa host- 11:30 a.m., followed bjr a lunch- to the winners. Unique cowboy Lovely arrangements of summer turned from Korea, Don Ray tendant, offered' a gift to any of and organized( Junloll,
1t favors were given to the 3Cyoungsters flowers'were used to advantage TIJ-I the officer. that would a Junior
csnes.During. eon, with the regular business and garden ley and Mr. and Mrs. Robbie grove will meet again
attending. In the Meng home for the memorize four different offlcer'c at 8:30: ,I
the meeting it was plan- program meeting convening at 1 I ler of Starke.R. Mrs. Paul Raymond'
a
ned that tha Council will hold a ,o'clock. Assisting Mrs. Landrum were occasion. charges In the grove. This gift Is port on the p,,
bakery and miscellaneous sale in I Frances's grandmother, Mrs J Refreshments were served after! C. (Pee Wee)) Dampier celebrated ] i to be presented at the next meet- In Jacksonville state conv jSl,
front of the former Harley Strong WMU NoticeThe F. Rogers, of Jacksonville, MrsT. the guests had enjoyed dancingand his 37th birthday annlver-j Ing June 26. The meeting May 18 J
store every Saturday.Masquerade '.' --- K. McClaneand Mrs Ewell watching television. sary Wednesday at a Plans were made to attend the freahmeiUs ,were was eland ul
I program and business meet Starke friends will be Interested I Lawson Helping the twins to celebratewere ner. .jlatrlct: convention in Lake Butler eases Mrs. Lee and served 14rAii ."
Dance ing of the Baptist WMU will be to learn of the marriage of 11 I I Tuesday evening; ,-June 12, Mis. Mrs. Francis Mf'nlf, Mr. and 44
,11'\ j \ held in the Educational Building Miss Beth young, daughter of Mrs. Brad Williams of Jackson
r. The public la being reminded of. Tuesday afternoon, June 19, at Mr. and Mra. Charles R. Young of June Patel entertained at a Burr vine Earl Grantham of Lake But.
the masquerade benefit dance being 3:30: o'clock. Yonkers, N. Y., and Corbin Scott prlse dinner party honoring her lor, Louis Hernandez, recently re-\ FOR HEARTYFATHER'SDAY
given Saturday evening at the father, Van Patel, who was celebrating I
In Carnell, son of S. C. Carnell and
circle Is
U. S. O. beginning at 9 o'clock. The Doris Knight his 67th anniversary.The !
The dance U being sponsored by charge of the program. I the which late will Mr take Carnell place or Saturday Ormond. I, dinner was enjoyed by (i FEASTING SERVEA&P's

the Junior Woman's Club. afternoon, June 15:' at 5 o'clock In several, close friends of Mr. Patel nasanLOlAb e .

IIC I Bethany Chapel Yonkers. Tuesday, June 5th, Diana Smith
r A GIFTFATHER D ;I Mr. Carnell Is the grandson of celebrated her tenth anniversarywith .. .. .. '. THRIFT PRICED
IVLLAPPRECIATE TARKE I I Fred A. Scott of Starke and hat a matinee party for 14 of her
FL'I: spent much time In Starke where invited friends. ., i
I I he has many friends He l la a Following the' matinee the I "SUPERCustomers'
Fri., Sat. -June 15, 16 I I Junior at Wheaton College ," . ', -
group returned to Diana's home ., '- =. l
: DOUBLE FEATURE I' Wheaton, 111., where he Is taking where her mother, Mrs. Martha ,; RIGHT'Corner
,
FURY AT courses preparatory to a teaching Smith served cake and Ice cream. 11"
career. This year he had: .the honor The lovely appointed table was -- 1'5t;
FURNACE CREEKVictor of editor of the college i_
tl being overlaid with a cutwork cloth with
M
I' .' )Moore, Coleen\ Gray year book.UDC streamers of pink satin,ribbons This Is Father's Day in
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\ AND: I Centering the table was a sllvei Customers' Corner. '\ yW ,.

Joe Palooka Members bowl containing pink peonies. The More and more men are jj.'
I. I cake was white with pink rosebuds 1 JS helping with the family
I Elect New OfficersAt nerved with pink ice cream, shopping, and we want the d ,
ON HIS DAY HUMPHREYTakes carrying out the pink and white quality, 'values and service eat 4
A CHANCEChap. Annual PicnicThe color motif. AtP to be just as satisfying -
i: JUNE 17 Helping Mr. Smith In servingher to them as it is to A-
0 "O rllUl,1 Mall" and daughter's! Mrs e
guests were
: annual picnic and electionof their womenfolk _
BAMBOOFishing Color Cartoon T. J.: Griffin, Mrs. Carrie Ritch IAe-A.a 4
officers took place at the What do to make
and Miss Annie Here's the ticket to peace ol can we
Darby.
Poles Sun., Mon., Tues. monthly meeting of the W T.W..ek' mind: adequate l Inwurance.We'll your AP a better place) for
Chapter, U. D. C. held Betty Ann Simmons was hostess help you work out a program the men of the family to
14 ft. 19c June 17.19FRENCHIE I Wednesday of last week. The picnic I to 16 of her little friends Friday that will give you complete shop? Please) write: ; w
16 ft. 29c followed by the business meetIng I afternoon of last week at a lawn Insurance protection. Of
a In TechnicolorJoel I was held at the Klngsley Lake party in celebration of her tenth I rouse, there In no obligation.GENERfltlWURRNCE CUSTOMER RELATIONS ;. '4 t
18 ft. 39c McCrra, Sh..llle1ntf'n home of Mrs. J. H. RUcn.I : birthday anniversary.The DEPTV
1 I Seventeen members, along with long refreshment table setup A&P Food Stores T
Two Cartoons and News
the two visitors. Mrs. R. P. Stubbins In the yard was covered with I .. 420 Lexington Ave..
We Have Many Other Wed.. Thur. June 20, 21 and Mr. Steve Simmons enjoyed a paper party cloth and was cen- New York 17 N. Y. HAM whole lb.
Useful Gifts for Dad DOUBLE FEATURE a delightful covered dish: tered with a beautiful birthday ,
I luncheon preceding the election cake fashioned after an old-fash .., .
'
'A The STREET of the following officers: Mrs. L. ioned doll Iced in blue and white. Or Shank Half ffl 6
BradfordHardware With NO NAMEMark G. Powell, president; Mrs. J. R. A large punch bowl held balloons t -
Kite, first vice president; Mr W. and miscellaneous favors for the OUR OWN TEA
Stevens. O. Halle second vice president; Butt Half 11Allgoo
Richard Wldmark Mrs E. K. Perryman, secretary;
Co. AND Mrs. J. E Wilson, treasurer; Mrs.L. .
F. Chapman, historian and Miss 'I 101 E. Call Street MYSTERYAt Olive Ray, registrar Make KOCH'SYOUR 1 lIb. pkg. 89c lb. 51 5
The Burlesque -
The. new officers will be Installedat ,
I 3" Starke, Fla. I Garry Marsh, Diana Decker .f their first meeting in the fall .
ALSO :NEWIJ in October. I-2Ib. Oscar MayerBacon
45c
pkg. .. ,
Phone 8 I -
Ii'I '
Hostesses the
'". at picnic were
Headquarters lb.3
Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde, Mr. E. K Squares
-- - -....- -- - ,, Perryman and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. I ,

i ,.. :-,,:, .. ,' .....:...: : .. :,I'- FOBFather's Art I l-41b.pkg. 23c CopelamlH All PorkSAUSAGEIb.

FATHER'S DAY DayGIFTS ,(a 52 5
WANTED\ to BUY r Sunnj'field Long Grain Fancy .

"" .: : ; I PULP WOOD RICE 2 Ibs. 34c Herman's Super GradeWEINERSJb.
v -

H ,;..;..;;;;;;;,;\ t ....4 v.. _.... : CROSS TIES r I \ 51 5Father's 5
1 and Timber lona 10 LBS. 5 LI3$. 23 LRS.
Pine Large Assortment
AT BOBBINS' I
FLOUR 72c 37c 1.69
0 Appropriate tt Qt/ I
of these SPECIALS
: Take ADVANTAGE
FATHER'S DAY
for Father's Day June 17 Will Pay CARDS b 1115'c i D.\n\ CANS TALL CANS: Layer

--SALE ENDS SATURDAY, JUNE 16MEN'S Highest Cash Prices rr,. MILK 4for27c 2for27cWESTERN Cakp

FOR ANY SIZE TRACT 75c
Fine Toiletries for men will bring a grin of appreciationfrom .tT:

SHOES *V* 0 Dad on His Day, Sunday, June 17. Whatever his Cup Cakes ;
taste, we have the toiletries that are bound to please h Tkg. of 6 .
FORMERLY "' -SEE- him masculine scents k mannishly packaged f l 39c
I distinguished by their clean, refreshing fragrances.

'' 6.95 11.95 A. E McKINNEY Look our counters over. We have just what you want. Large 1'kg.IVORY. 33Iedltm :


N-O-W I At Starke Taxi Stand t't, a4 SNOW

; PHONE 150 KOCH KIH STORE BarIVORY .

5.99 Starke. Fla. / SOAP -

I .. ,_ _, ..- '. P&GSOAP .
1" _.. "v "" .. ..
j DUZ SOAP Powder-3:
Freeman, Peters, etc.

\ WINESAP TIDE, large pkg. 3

MEN'S EN'S RAYON APPLES, 3 Ibs. 25c Bath WOODBURYS Bar 1


Dress Pants Sport Shirts I TWO far OffErMeans0OSL- i CRISCO, 3 lb. can 1.1

WATERMELONS 89c 3
JOY, bottle -

\ rUN j jI jt These will be 38-30 Lb. Melon. Much larger than DREFTlargepkg. 33

Last \%'eek. 1 1I
BAB-O CLEANSER

z I I t :NEW lUTE I SWIFTS PREM g

I POTATOES 10 lb. PARD Dog Food 1 lfi

bag 39c Swifts CHOP HAhJTALCO .
e ei

Up to 7.95 Up to 4.95 ) PASCAL LARGE STALK FEEDS

i N-O-W- N-O-AV i .z I CELERY each lOc
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., Scratch 25 Ibs. 1.1

.
.99 ,
FRKSII: FULL JCICEORANGES,51b.bag

4.99 2E : IGOlbs 4,5
Enjoy more .cltement-mor. (un--more variety 35c .
E Y this Summer. LOW GREYHOUND FARES make it
J! t ...y to chooiie two vacation spot. instead of one. Take
i Remember Father on HIS DAY! t one early-take one later. Squeeze every bit of pleasure Laying Mash
out of your holiday Greyhound goes to every gay vaca
.
; ion pot-and savts your travel dollars.On I .991 5C
,, ((a" tku r a s,( ..1_ ?..-- CIGARETTES, Carton's 25 lb. 1.29 tOO lbs.
Round en. Jt..4. --

I MI..J- ._ .w.r 117.mo.M >\. Pnlm llrarkV W.p task. Trip..T" Camels Philip Morris Lucky A A
RUB8INS'The I fgggl t.a.aul. > .m T.iur. 11.:1" II."" Storl!
Ir : J.rar..rllp .r. leaf l.aa. tilt .W1..." Strikes A & P Food
On Iat furs :3U.1GREYHOUND: ".0:. c..... t.... Jte 5g4tigt ... Chesterfields
r,.. 'P"P.1t' ..... re ....... Var.. C
iengdnq BUS STATION Pall Mall Old Golds The Great Atlantic. andPaclfjcT!::
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T.MPt.lt ttlvlel: relief. t11-f ,E.tt. c. "
Store of Values I St.
sgryic.- __ 300 East Call
I Prtc In Uil" ed good thru STARKE. FLA.
Saturday
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1851 ,JUN151951 y'
v'r. i3. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA

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Mr and Mrs. A. -- -
L Sullivan of W R, Walters of Rledsvllle, Ga Mr and Mrs.
Therenna left this week for Miami Troy Andrewa I Little Mike Anderson of Green' Mrs 1F Brcwn and Mrs. A Miss June Patel and Miss Fran

where they will spend some was mond visiting his sister, Mra. Ed- and family of Morrison, Mr. and Cove Springs spent the weekendwith !I, Z. Adklns drove Mrs. Brown'sson Taylor spent the weekend in Jacksonville

time with their lon, X O. Sullivan Tenly over the weekend. Mrs. Brynn Lynn and family of his grandparents, Mr. and 1! Marcus, to Emory at Oxford as the'guest of Mr. and
and family. Kay Rowland Is spending a Williston and Miss Madeline Andrews Mrs J. L. Anderson. Oxford, Oa. Wednesday wherehe Mrs C. L. Hammond

Mra. month In Apalachlcola visiting her of Gainesville were weekend Mrs. Mae Edwards and Mrs will
Mabel Gilllsipie of Ft. attend the summer school Sally Ann Epperson spent from
IN THE NEWS Meade is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mrs.brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and guests of Mrs. S. B. Andrews. W. B. Dowling spent the weekend session Mrs. Brown and Mr. Ad. Friday to Tuesday with her

Laura Coliey, who Is Dwight Marshall. Mrs. H. K. Tyus and son Harold with Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Edwardsat klns returned next day. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R L
seriously Sheriff and Mrs P. D. Reddish,
ill In the Alachua Hos visited relatives In Miami Daytona Beach. The local office force of the Richard, in Jacksonville.
County Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Green andJ.
pital. from Thursday to Tuesday I See the New Dresses; Juniors Farm Home Administration attended
L. Edwards MIN Linda Kay Sale and Miss D. Doyle attended the Sheriff'sconvention Linda Green of Jacksonville is
Mrf' w Mr. and Miss Sue Biggs Is the guest of, :Misses and Ladies atStump' trio annual state meetingof
Mrs.nght.andMr. Jean Mundy are spending this Mrs. T. H. Osborne and barbecue Tuesday spending the summer with her
Fredrlcka. Miss Peggy Caldwell at the State FHA held! In the Princes Is.
ier arrived ,Mr. and Mrs. L. D.
Monday from
& grandparents
John
and Mrs. week with Mrs Sale in Val- Houston. evening In Lake City. Farm few
this
a days week
were iloata, Ga.Protect. Texas for a visit with Mrs. Os- For Father's Mr. I Mrs W. J. Epperson, jf. chap. sent Hotel In Daytona Beach June Green. The Greens also had as
Jacksonville Day: Jayson and Mrs. Lonnie Cook of
7th 8th.
of borne's and Those attending from
th parents, Mr. and Mrs A. peroned a of girls at a their weekend guests, their son- q
and Your group
Graduation Short
tra, W H. Struth DI- Wood. Mr. Osborne Sleeve Cool Sports Miami were recent guests of Mr.. weekend here were C L. Currie, Mr. and in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr j
will at Beach.
Sunday. ploma. Have It framed at Hollywood return in Shirts $3.50 and Mrs. H. K. and party Daytona
Tyus Mrs.
Struth two at Stump's. family. Harvey C. Raphel and Mr /
Gene and
weeks but Mrs. Osborne Those In the Ann Wlllard Pass and son ,
plans party were:
Withers has returned Studios I Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes and Mr. and Mra. Ralph Begue and Pearl' L. Schropshlre. Mrs. Schrop.
to
remain and Johns Slade Mrs. Eleanor Duncan and son, I
attend summer Joanne Marcia Kay
Melrose Park Mrs. J. G. Lawson son, Steve, of Jacksonville! were two sons are spending this week shire
m Mne. and children, .school at the University of Flori- Hazen, Fay Paulk, Pauline Gay stayed over until Monday Howard, and Wallace Lewis, all I
,g at the home of Aliese, Patty and Hal, are spending da. Sunday guests of Mrs. Reyes' with relatives In the southern part and evening.A of Tallahassee I
Mary Sue all of
I Epperson, e
for the graduationIh two weeks with Mrs. Lawaon'lmother parent., Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. of the state. .
_,mey Judge and Mrs. I Starke Moncrief table of barlU!"" Cane neeat
A. Z. Adkins Jimmy Patsy Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman
Drew Reddish and John Mr. and Mrs .
Toppins.o Mrs. N. N. Stringfellow Kline R. J. Cook and Ronnie ))ollnl..
moved out to their summer homeon Kucera and Jane Rlchardo, of the and Mrs. Titus Olson attended the
Valdosta, Oa. left Thursday of last children of
sale of In Headland, Ala. week for Hastings spent the
Kingsley Lake Saturday. Colorado State Farm; Shirley Parker of Nancy DuPre visited her cousin F'lorkta Conference of Methodist
Jack Sale ot where they will work weekend with their the
,nd Mrs. T. J. Griffin went to Jacksonville Mrs. Ada Alexander, Miss Wilma for parents Brooker' and Natttlane Perdue of Mrs. Irving Litchfield, in Palatkalattt C'hurchsin Lakeland Saturday and
Joe
weekend a P. .
line Tomllnson
C- were power company for the Mr. and Mrs.Homer
i, D. ) Wednesday to get Mrs. Griffin Alexander and Mrs. H. E. Tucker' Jacksonville. week. Sunday.
and Mrs. Guy Saley summer months. Slaughter of Jasper were I IStre
,
Mr :who had spent the past week visited Mrs. Alexander's
mother Mrs. Homer Lewis and sons, also Sunday guests of the Tomllnsons. -
Lake. with Dr. and Mrs C. Mrs. M.
C Mendoza. L. Maynard I
In Alachua
returned', Homer Jr. John .
McRae Hal, and Davidof
rlon :Mr. and Mr. J. W. Vickers Thursday of
from the Universt- and last week. Mrs. May. South Jacksonville spent last !Sun' milt and play '''....npriced
lay children were in Fitzgerald nard who has : More Food
Ga. been
111, Is Away
very Friday with the L. N. Pickerings, i to sell at Ronnie Donnie.
da. over the weekend visiting Mr. and much Improved.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Mrs. Homer Swlndall
u will be proud to G. Powell are and son
i>
K ) Mrs. J. G. Griffin. Give Dad
rrlcii'lH.' Bring Ull yourdl''pluplng Buccaneer Slackson leaving this weekend for South Anthony, returned the past weekend -

,\ and print- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Andrewsof Father's nay See them at Carolina where they will fish along after spending three weeks .- :;;:

mel Photo and Jewelry. Ozark, Ala. visited their daughter Stump's. the coast for ten days. j with Mrs. SwIndaLTs parents, Mr. a -+ with the Amazing t tI

Mooney returned homem Mrs. R. C. Dansby and family, Jack Miller accompanied his Mra. W. T. Faxon of Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. W. S. Johns in Martin

Clemson College, S. from Friday to Monday. Also uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed visited her sister, Mrs. Bertha Ky. and also visiting relatives in 1 h I,

id bit summer vacation. visiting the Danaby's were Mr. and Myers of Denver, Colo., to Key Pearce on Wednesday.Mr. Louisville, Ky. "Sfowawciy" '

d ],Irs. T, N. Eberly of Mrs. M. O. Patterson of Mont West last week. and Mrs J. E. Sanders and Mrs. J. K. Douglas and Mr. and q

J Ohio were guests of gomery Ala. and Sunday guests Mrs. Florence Lyons and Mrs I family of Valdosta, Ga. .were Mrs. Bill Plaster returned Saturday IL' I

Bin. E. B. Searing and Included lira. A. L. Carr of Jack Pearl Brinkley of Jacksonvillewere weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. from a week's visit with relatives r Freezer Locker

T Perkins last week. Mr. sonville. weekend guests of Mr. and 'Jesse NewHome and famllv. In Norfolk, Va. and Reidsvllle. r

i stationed at Camp special price on Crlbett. lt<-g- Mrs. Jewett Fogg. Jimmy Ritch Is visiting his N. C.

Jiurlng the war. I ular price $31.05, now $18.93, com, Mrs. Edmond Tenly recently grandfather, T C. Hazen In Her- Miss Nell Combs of St Louis >fl.,' in
I sire Ray Strong, own- plete with mattress. Plastic returned from Macon, Ga. where nando for several weeks. Mo. and Mr. and Mrs Irving m : your great new

Operators of EI Rancho screened. Ideal for baby's com she was at the bedside of an aunt W. J. Epperson left Tuesday Beemer of Detroit Mich will arrive

vacationing with rel- fort. -At Ronnie Donnie. I Mrs. R. L. Green of Ashburn, Ga for a several days business'trip' Tuesday for a week's visit 1 f i ,

i friends In Canada for Mra. .1. B. Cottrell returned last who Is a patient In a hospital there to Atlanta, Ga. with Miss Louise Stern. J

of June. Carr Colley week from, Savannah, Ga. and I I The Mandarin Home Demonstration Mr. and Mrs. Tlllman Hutto Sgt. and Mrs. J. D. Smith anddaughter INTERNATIONALHARVESTER

ing' the business whileay. Charleston, S. C. where she had', Croup, headed by Mrs. J and family of Jacksonville visited Judy Carol. of Jessup,,

> spent ten days visiting relatives i 10. Scott, president, visited the the L. S. Huttos Tuesday. Gn. are spending this week with l

hn Christiansen Is spend- Her grandchildren, Barbara and Brown Plastic Shop, on the out. Mr and Mrs. Carl Mathews and Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Laura

Ime with her daughter, Dorlne Beck returned with her 16 skirts of Starke, Thursday morn- son, Bruce, attended the graduation Tison. "

mg and new grandson spend the summer. Ing of last week. Mrs. Scott, a exercises of their granddaughter Jerome Johns Is spending several

Kaus La. former resident of Starke, visited Patsy Mathews, from Fletcher days with his parents, Sen. and REFRIGERATOR

arils Fancy Dress' Miss Sue Morris of Pompano Mrs. Harry Mooty in the after. Junior High, at Jacksonville Mrs. Charley Johns, after three
Beach is spending a month with months HI
in the
training Anacostla
Beach,
I II Wednesday of
59c per yard. JusttStump's. her sinter. Mrs. S. G. noon.For evening Com In and thia
Denmark, Dad: Hells $1.00. Ties last week. Naval Air Station Washington see beauty toJsy. You'll !
I I '
1 and family. $1.00, Sport Shirts $1.49. Mr and Mrs. J. E. Hlldebran D. C He will report to Jacksonville lee why we tty-Tbtrt'i room to tfr

D. Wells and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gill are now $1.98 and children, Gary and Linda Naval Air Station after hli tfitb ipr room lit your tUchfrn"-with an
returned
and
of Atlanta, Ga. were $2.69, Holeproof
I I
leave. III Refrigerator. Think of all the food
located at 1005 peachtree Rd. Socks Thurilay: of last week Check\Thes. Cony."I.nt NEW Features you
eats of Mr. and Mrs. ? Jayson Pajamas
$3.50, cm buy *( sale price and store, with theo
I I after spending five Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and
Augusta, Ga. Mr. Gill days with MreHlldebran's
and
flat. attended the recently Handkerchiefs
; They at
Stump's. Mr. and children will spend the weekendIn important new feature mown at left .
parents Mrs
of Barney McRae at accepted position with the Georgia I Little Linda Rae Rosier, daughter W P. Styers, In Shelby, N. C, Mayo visiting Mr. and Mrs and with the roomy "Stowawsy" frecier

\erslty. Barney left Florida Railroad, and he and of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier,, Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper and Robert Lancaster and Mrs. Frances tJ] locker; compartment that bolds more than

ifor r for Tampa, where he Mrs. Gill moved from their homeon I celebrated her third birthday anniversary daughters Linda. and Alice Sue Land. 3S pounds of frozen foods plus two
his Army physclal.
Wednesday of last week. /
jthe rank of 2nd Lt. in Kingsley Lake to Augusta. Mrs. W. F, Godwin was a hostessto of Jacksonville spent the weekend I Mrs. S. S. Dowling and Mr. and roomy Crispen storing more than three
Charles Parker is the with Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree. Mra. \\'. G. Lee of Jacksonvillewere peck of deliciously crisp and fresh vegetables
JT.C.dinner with again connected Canasta Club Tuesday even. Mrs. W. G. Haile and son, Jack recent guests of Mrs. E. K Tw. Ivclvtfv,, "',1."" _" Sup..-St.r.fl. and fruiu. This extra capacity save
guests of. Mr. the Florida Power ...,.. ,, "
.. ,
Ing.The visited Mra. C, -.I1.w.y" s. pow Mt", Poultry ss and meal time
H. shopping planning too
McHugh in Perryman. you
[ AI Harley of Kingsley & Light office in Starke, having families of the James For bull.r and 'l.ll- Providspopal.m* Holds moro limn

i Mrs. Ira D. Wells and been transferred by the company Drews, Bill McRaes, D. L. Thornes Hastings Wednesday. J" Chief and Mrs. C. W. Plckett ev.r.. Fold away p.ratur.i, humidity IV buh.l.olloodl "And don't forget the economy of the, i
'
f Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. from Madison back to Starke. and N. B. Rosters had a picnic- Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughter and daughter Carol Ann, are when not In u... for ilorogo' of 13'/i you duet r.frlgr* 'To.htW.d unit that auuret csrefre
Janet and Jane, visited Mrs. Hardy's visiting relatives in Miami this rain conv.ni.nc... pounds solely' ot., odd .'opl... operation mootb-in, mooch-out, for yean.
>, Barney McRae Jr. Miss Joan Tenly Is visiting her swimming party at Klngsley Lake
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.B
non and Lucille McRae uncle, Rev. Hugh 'Walters, In Saturday evening. Berry In Brooker week.

F. M. Crawford and White Springs this week, and as- Mrs. G. W. Brown had as her Tuesday. >; Mrs. F. F. Stump will return
Col. and
Mra. James
Merry Beth and Bev- listing him in vacation Bible Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. H. L. attended A, Griffin today after a week's visit with

school. Smoak and William Zeigler of Augustine a given party by Tuesday Gen. Mark in W.St. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Farm Home & Auto Supply

Orangeburg 9. C. and Dr. and Lance. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson, In ,
- - -
Mrs. Edward Smoak Montlcello. Little Thomson
I and Mrs.I Freddy
Mr. and Mrs G. J. McGrlff Jr
Robert Smoak of Tampa. returned to Starke with hit STAUKE, FLA.
were visiting friends "
in Jacksonville
MEET ME ATkland's Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, Sr. of grandmother for several ,week'

I Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Mia Sunday. visit .
Patsy Bentonjs visiting ,
Limbaugh, Jr. and
Fort
farnlly.of hrr sinter in Moultrie -- - ------ --
Ga. for two -- .
'f 3ae Banding Myers' were "overnight guests of weeks. 'qIIiT _.. ..,1JISI""" _- II>> ..""a.U1 .

Mrs. J. E. Futch and Mr and Mrs.
Play fens, "Swings' tlgh/ Chairs
H. L. Brownlee Wednesday. The and Carriage at Ronnie Doniile. 1

ng Real Hickory Junior Llmbaughs went on to Col. and Mrs. James A. Griffin | i \ 1U1JI //

Tallahassee Thursday where Mr the In .
n.VR-U-Q spent weekend Lakeland
Dr"r Limbaugh will enter the summersession visiting relatives.

c ,,, DINNERS at FSU while the Senior Mr. and Mrs. William Norilt.
Mrs. Limbaugh will remain with attended the graduation of their I
her sisters, Mrs.\ Futch and Mrs. Sensational Offer !
x- Let ut Serto Brownlee for a short visit. I granddaughter, Delena Dod 1, r
r f ev JTr.*j l|: lr v from the Ocala IIlgh School last < ,
+ Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Davis ,
?5fK:' .'l.I''L Latering > Your Party and Bruce Friday evening. ,
eon Jr. of Arcadia were
Senator '
S. D. Clark of Monti
da weekend of Mr. and I
guests Mrs
Large or Small cello Is the guest of Sen. and Mr, .
E. M. Davis.
Charley E. Johns several days thl., ,

Edmond Recent guest. of Mr. and Mrs. week. I /0f/fI1J1\I For the MINIMUM DOWN PAYMENTon
Tenly were Mr. and Mrs | \
/ To Church and School Groups S. C. Tenly and children, and Mr.Tenley's \ this MIN Evelyn Newsome Is leaving ,,
weekend for Atlanta Gn. for ,
mother, Mrs. W. H. Tenly, a .week's vacation with her j
grand.
all of Gainesville RANGE and with 15 Months
BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKEFor Let iw frame your GruluatlonDiploma. .: mother, Mrs. Eunice Newsome. I a to pay
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsomc

Further Information Write Hollywood Studio and son, John Mack, and Mrs I I
Mr. and Mra. Louis Dean spent Mary Bollck will leave Saturday you can now get a Complete Gas Installation
F, \ Wednesday to Friday of last weekin
Y. STRICKLAND
Starke, Fla. for a week's vacation In LenOir I I ,.
Haines City where they attended N. C.
the graduation of Barbara ABSOLUTELY FREE
Mrs. Bruce Dodd and daughters I
Bunch from Haines City
high Patricia and Jan, of Ocala
| school. Barbara Is the daughter of
WII1 1
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
;, Mr.\ and Mrs. George Bunch, form. liam Morris Sunday and Monday,

I er residents of Starke. while enroute to Indianapolis.: I I I \ THIS OFFER GOOD ON

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burgess of
I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon I
Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Troy I
spent the weekend In Griffin Ga : '
.
Andrews of Morrlston were Sat Anv TAPPAN GAS RANGE
Dedicated To Community Se"lce- urday and Sunday guests of Mr. where they attended the marriage I : ,lr J.\ ) AGE pNU

"Movies! Are Belter Than Ever"June and Mrs. Andrews and other relatives of their niece, Miss Sue Burk. j l' 0 v
T"ERA
Saturday afternoon.Mr. 1
in the county. of In Our Storelfurnished
16, ONLY |I ''Sun., :Mon. June 17,18 Miss Idfll Landrum, Mrs. Clyde and Mrs. Edward Burns had PRiCE .

B'-E' FEATURE -,I Priest and Mrs. Ewell Lawson as their guests the early part of ;

G I : visited Mrs. T. Frank Landrum In the week Mr. and Mrs. L. C E '. \ T E TCg A.
GUNS and and Bob WiUne! fRE fSKinn.>'-*i-4 JL.
,+ Riverside Hospital Saturday Kemp son, and Miss
t -
RHYTHMS! } ( afternoon. Mrs. Landrum underwent Janet Reneau of Houston, Texas you ,lt.. l' f

/' tJ'J' Iiiif.ammmnrl an operation last Friday and Bob la leaving June 20 for Nena-- INSTALLATION \ \ \ .,, ..

I no, Alaska, near Fairbanks where EE '
Is expected home this weekend. R
Si'BAE31 cBURNEiTE he will work as a .missionary under f o .......,,,,,
I "t"' Gene Walker of Savannin, Ga. (Is
Bishop Gordon:Mrs. Kemp I H \incler '"
:\
visiting his cousin, Jerry Lawson, Cy "
ANo "TO<'k Tock Turkrml" this week. I Mr. Burns' sister.Chesterfield' 30. a\. "':t' of ]\jt"i >.:' e : ...'"" ,,; .1

Cartoon and Xeu Straw hats| S FIR
of Lake G.\ t
Mrs. Randolph Crosby :
e
for :Men. Select at 1 you.
City spent the weekend with her yours O\J '

Tues.. Wed. June 19. 20 I cousin, Mrs. Maxie Carter. Mrs. Stump's. 'To...I"",' ,,,, .,.. .,;I
I
\
Crosby and Mrs. Carter visited Miss Mary Weldon, a home '
t
I Gross In economic teacher in Plant City "
their cousin Mr J. A. .
This Scnmlional Offer Is Good r AI
r St. Luke's hospital Saturday even spent the weekend at home. ,

+.IU.IKrUMa.n'fts. a"w Mrs. P. C. Marsh and family of During the Month of June Only ,,'

a. w y na, see ing.Mr.. and Mrs. E. H. Register of 'Jacksonville were weekend guests

AND Miami and Miss Catherine Register of Mrs. F. M. William

I of F. S. U. spent a few days Mrs. E. F. Miles arid Mr. andl)

MEM-WAHTED I wo"WH Ir Iyr. I last week with. Mrs. W. F. God Mrs. James Deaver drove to

i You win. Miami Wednesday of last week In addition to the above, we will give you ABSOLUTELY LIST .PKOSI'KCTS: BELOW
\ 1 : Mr and Mrs. E. B. Andrews where Mra. Mile: visited her deter -
SEitV A.TRAY & GRILL
I and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of )Mrs. W. S. Wilder and the FREE one -

Infer Ii4>gen, Joseph ("otlrn, Lake Butler were Sunday guests beavers visited Mr. Deaver's parents COMBINATION SET for each prospect you turn -- -.--- - -
Rosier. Mr. and Mra. H. L Starling
B.
N.
of Mr and Mrs.
Shirley Temple Mrs. P. H. Wllhelm of Miami They also attended the graduation J in to us to whom we Bell a range. This !set! retails -- - - -

Also "Symphony Swing" and visited her son and daughter-in-' exercise of Mrs. Deaver'j for $12.9J; but will tout you nothing if we ______..__ ___ _, ___ __ _u. -
News brother, Leslie, from Coral Giblet .

law and, family)Mr. and Sunday)Mrs Steve and Simmons Monday., high school Thursday: morning sell] to the prospect you give us. ____-__ __ _ _____ -

Thur., Frl. June 21, 22 Mrs. Wllh lm and granddaughter. Leslie returned to Starke with
left Tuesday them on Sunday and is spending
Betty Ann Simmons to visit relatives the week with Mr. and Mrs .MAIL OK mU YOUK LIST OF PROSPECTS TO
Si aa11NlWIU toirESoY for Philadelphia, Pa. D aver.Mlas. 1 I


Coon f Mr. for and three Mrs. weeks.M. C. Ford. Sr. after visiting Carolyn'Mtss Keen Mary has returned Rhe n I :
Fath
rVJasa.Isar of Jacksonville will upend the )Miss. SLAD.E GAS COMPANYPJIO
I rot uMta er's Day .weekend with Mrs. M.) hInner in Jackson ,
n n
"' 'w'''1IIIIITt.W/Mma ens child-
pt'II! au.UJ1t1 I ftf dust C Ford Jr, and family. Urs. :M. O. Thrower and i!
naatn.a lWIutI UGfN WNCENT"SH, ,RJ M-HeNB.,. (. ren. Dickl and Maxine, of F'rtI I
WnafnaU awn www 4.Maw. M "rM./"Y. Faxon who ha* spent I
'p 9 I Buddy Ga.'and Miss GIend j ,
McPherson
,
'1kJ 'llrure Gentry" I several dav* n-i'h his mother Mrs I Sat E 121 EAST CALL ST. STAKKE, FLA.
Night"Cartoon Thrower of Jacksonville were
'IU..t in Plu ""bat Happen W D. Fair returned to Florida- 1111

C'JUt",1t Rh.tJun" I Southern foll g., W>.dnesda! ;: for, urdaUHS of Mr R !' ... -

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UUN 15 19 5 1 STARKFZ FLORIDA.
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I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH -- -
PAGE !mc: .. all bidH.
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i MEANS I Hall and baM Mrs, J. J. Moody.Leroy water anything I heard his violent bark which we IIOT WRATHEK of Green CoveSprings ,", nluVnntf their bid., hundred fr"lfI ,
hard l Kersey
will have t" BC 1rvnWm ,
TH\T EiOiU'iT: : of thf for a. on hbttah 1 t re
and
we want to get started. understand now means, Sam JLSULEU'ITII CAKE: Mrs Grace Norris of Lacrosse p..r rent performance bond ..atlsfa. Florida' '
FARMER'SDIARY e Alice! Get out here QUICK. We and Rev. and Mrs Charles tors' to the Boartl of I'ubllo In- f(6 ) I ;3
dupllratl.I'
Mriictlon to be executed within ten "
Mr. piled out of bed and there out at attention to egg of Jacksonville. notice Is given t
strict
Enjoyed a brief visit by Paying Sharon 411)'. after written All h"I"" ,
and Mrs H. H Lewis Mrs( Wilton the roadatand was a cow! We I Ididn't handling and marketing during Guests of :Mrs.! Sue Myrick Sunday ..f any contract award. prnpewtlryy ",,"'I I
think It wa Joy, but we I Mrs Z. T. My One complete net of plans andupBclfliHtloni" ,, '
Conner and daughter Yvonne),' warm weather Is essential, according -, were Mr and will be furnished to ''' "
By Sam :McGarvey: and Mrs. Bl.hop Thomas They couldn't be sure so we first searched to Dr. J. Clyde Drlggers rick and daughter, of Starke, Mr each bidder! by the Superintendent l.:extyprd 'r
for the mystery cow, and after I Florida's and daughter Myrick
.. all wanted to see "Big Red. our, of the University of and Mra. B M. ten dollar 1110,00) .llIp..alt i by ceeh nradtn,, I' lab
The author w 111 bo glad to rrwle registered boar so we showed> not finding her, we went to the I Agricultural Experiment Station.I of Gainesville and Mrs. Agnes 'a or certified check. Th..deponlt will the .IKht ,, i )I
Items of Interest concerning family While back field to see If Joy was there. be gathered at and baby of Orlando. hv refunded upon nubmli,.lon of a any hid and\ I 'i r I'rye' ,
Ott them our whole hog "Eggs should Partin nf '"
and return TMB :
A the activities ol farmers la She was, and pleased too, to get I and fl talking crops and market least twice and preferably three Mr. and Mrs Arthur Wild and .p..elfleRtiona| In good Iirn, df, i, I la.
{ Bradford County Suggestion may about IIomethlngabout an unexpected meal.We're Jacksonville spent the within ten day, after the I 11) H..t. p.irr\. '
Dr.
said I 1101ot ,
pricen Sam times daily says Drlgg'rll'iall80clate tfju-nlnir the !
'
,
be left at the Telegraph office or specift.. "up
S home additiunslf uw
which I summer
butter beans being high, to : poultry husbandryman I weekend at their I eats of plan and
mailed. to Sam McOarv'ey, Lantey
Mrs Bishop Thomas said that her watching Joy from day of the station. "For during the I here RI I

a Florida. husband had Just sold 2,600 hampers to day now, as It won't be long middle of the day from this sea i ,

/ We think that Is a lot of butter before she mil have her calf and I son of the year on through early i CASEV WITH SIXTH FLEET

On our second picking of snap well, It',Just a. backward. State. beans, and' we're sure that' we want to have Joy where we can fall the high temperature) is a I Beryl D. Casey fire control ATTENTIONTOBACCO

beans we got 35 hamper, whichwe they got a good price for them help her If necessary when It happens cause of rapid deterioration in technician 2nd class, USN, eon of

Bold for $2.BO at the Jacksonville Cut up the two-and-a-half acre and we certainly are pleased that egg quality. The less the egg Mr. and Mrs T. L. Casey of

91N Market. We did not get a "back field" where we had oat they hit a good crop. All of which S have to ,withstand the heat the Starke la participating Jn fleet I GROWERSLet

very big yield from the amount of and lupine growing, 10 that we can remind us that we want to get, Comfort, like Toby, being a nice better they will be" exercises with, the U. S. Sixth'

seed we planted, but we have done ow hairy indigo when condition over to Brooker soon and visit heifer, a proper heifer, but one of After gathering the egg Fleet in the Mediterranem. He Is Us Write Your

t t better with beans this year than in are right. Got quite a kick out some of the folks around. there. the roving kind Jumped the back should be cooled to around CO tc serving aboard the heavy cruiser
two previous seasons. And we of it, as it was in this field e )
doing fence and Is visiting with Jay and 60 degrees and should be kept cool USS Columbus.
h 2- think that we have learned. WHEN that we first used Katrinka, the Broke 162 dozen of sweet corn Harold Eunice' cows Our fences until the consumer Is ready tc HAIL INSURANCE

i 1 to pick and that helps a lot In idling. tractor and we remembered the out of our "sorry" corn field and are not very good. The cow cook them. SLTHK MEAT MARKING INK.
go I
menu we made of It then. But In took it to Jacksonville Market over them and the hogs go under. Dr. Drlggers Is stressing the Guaranteed to conform to U. S. NOW Before You Need It
S the meantime have learned a Our Deftt. of Agriculture regulations.
we where we got 25c a dosen. S S S need for feeding the laying hen a ;
Went Into Jacksonville and put tittle about discing land and whenwe corn is full of worms and we car well balanced ration and says thata 4 010:. bottle 75c.: Bradford County

Pop aboard the Silver Meteor, as finished with it this time It tainly aren't proud of It, but when Sure get a kick out of watchingthe rooster-unless the eggs are tc Telegraph. Every Branch of

he spends the winter with u., and looked pretty good. Want to get some baboon of a buyer said fHp- birds which give crows a "fit" be used for hatching-Is needlessin CALL FOR BintOTKM

the Hummer up North with his ion the indigo planted BO that our panlly: "Why don't you do something by chasing them. .all over. our farm. the yard. > 10 HKATIMO I INSURANCEH.

Ed and family.; Did a lot of chas stock will have some summer about the worms or l Is It too For market the eggs when cooled f OYTNeI"I'IRSat.rke. FlerldSSealed

ing1 around Jacksonville and we're /Krazlng. much trouble!" we felt like ramming Got some black-eye peas butter should be candled and graded bide l will be received! by '-- -
.
afraid that about all we beans and The Himrd nf public Instruction of
can say the biggest, wormiest ear turnip seeds, and will according to Florida standards so at the
good about It Is that It feel fine At long last we did finally havea right In his big tat mouth. Would plant them Just a* soon a* the Boil be sold on a graded office HrHdroM"f the County I>iiprlni Florida(-n l< nt of PubDo .
to get home here In Bradford little rain here on our place andIt like[ to see how successful some get moist enough. they. may JnMructlon In friRik:' ., Florida
basis, the poultry husbandryman clock A M Eli T. Men').)', C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE
to II
up
County. But when Pop left here S SHave
first in 18 and combatIng
. ,4 wan the days of the buyers would be In When graded, the egg July 2. lea' ), *t which time and placeall .
he was eating tomatoes, corn, goodness knows how long it Wall the problems the grower has. a ,small! planting of Crow- says cartons bid received will b. publicly
in clean .
'fi beans, berries squash, etc., right' before that time should be packed opened and read aloud f. r furnlxhIn PHONE 146
when It rained But, anyhow worms or no worms der peas that wlll come on now and sold twice week or more all material and labor
a out of the garden, and we'll bet he We didn't get enough, but we think sweet corn la here and we enjoy very soon. And' also a small patchof a Knrv and Incidental to necea-I,

t p won't get things like that 'up In pit did help some. Not enough to eating It Just about every day. And Fordhook which need rain badly often If possible color should HralliiK I.awler.' _HlKh rlorldaHratlBK School Building'

New.Jersey for a while yet. .Oh, plant, though, and It looks a* if weIi. Alice plans to put some In thed..ep're..e Eggs of only one -Kl m.ii .rr ftrhuot Buildin Constant Service Over 50 Yean -
in carton to make amore I ....
be packed a *. ".m" Florida I
I" a so that we can enjoy S j attractive display, although No bid bunilH, certified che,.k. or
It the rest of the Tear. ) nthi-r fnrmn nf hid. Bruarant are
I Porky' litter of nine pig la It should be remembered, Dr

ALVAREZ & T COD coming along fine now and Drlggers says, that there is no difference .,.,. ,.
.D. IJUI STORAGE Had our refrigerator fixed andIt weigh nearly a 90 Ib. avenge We In food value between a -.. ,..... =- .wg i"f. ''';'!: I': 0, o : I r:' ::.r:: :- ,

S cost about a corn sack1 full of can't wait until we turn them Into brown and white egg. r ,

I '. > b ;.. ; ; ",::: ::..:.' 'rwW. operate local money to have it done,. but after the .swret. corn and cow peas to If eggs are to be held for any

t ss:: fi .' .' t long distance a few days without it we were watch them really put It on. Then length of time before they are

I R.8.I ALVAREZ &$0" anywhere In U. 8. ready to do anything. You never they go Into field corn and pea. sold to the consumer, they should Will
the
.' 1n.NrruMOVING quite appreciate modern conveniences nut and then we should have 'be held under refrigeration.Dr. i make deal

e aJ '10CM. ....._."*. until they go on the "fritz" some No. 1's, Driggers suggests that !
,.
) EXCELLENT and you have to do without them. S .
those engaged In marketing eggs,
But have cool drinks Ire '
now. we
c Have some bad new for folks should obtain a copy of the New
STORAGE cubes, and a" safe to store
place
around here who hate Yankees. It Series Bulletin Number 112 IP

i" st., 1 FACILITIES our food looks now as If we'll be able to "Marketing Eggs and Poultry in I iof life.

I make a living out of farming and Florida," which may be obtainedby

Agents For si After waiting for a long time we hope to settle down and call writing the State Departmentof your !

I we're practically In tomato heaven. Bradford County our real home Agriculture in Tallahassee.

DELCIIERBROS. See us first We have loads and loads of really And at the same time we sincerely V

rl?+ RIPE tomatoes and we eat them thank all the fine folks
around
..
arl..a..ea.ti with Just about every" meal. But here who have been

the only reason we have enough Is have made us fee welcome friendly since and LAKE GENEVABy on this big new Dodge !

that we set out 1,000 plant and@lv..n the first day we bought the old Blanche Cunningham I

though wilt. or blight or lack Charley Dlnklns .farm and startedour

r ot rain has killed off a lot of them new life. _"' '''''''.J. __..,
"
we still have a lot left. And make Among the Keystone Height .... ..
i .
1 1 believe that corn and tomatoes,i Hints to Housewives school children enjoying a trip tc w :" ho ,, ,, ; .... :"u. .I

with some lettuce and maybe a Marine-land and St. Augustine

) slice of cold pork, doesn't makea STRENGTH AGAINST HEAT Wednesday were Martha Sue Fin-
1 fine meal. I ley Glenda Whiteside and Emma

' THE HIGHEST S When the cover or pad on the K. Forsythe of here. i

Got a nice present from one of Ironing board goes to pieces from Playing on the Keystone acr

t\ our neighbor, Harold Eunice. We scorch or heat damage and new Heights "Midgets" baseball team

E, type of modern Serving is incorporated had asked Harold to sell us a piece fabric must be put on. it', a nuisance are Don Forsythe Ray Mann
l
: of goat meat the next time he to the housewife
and
waste
.. --"tf :;;;.i' a Evon Dykes, Cecil Carnes and
In thl!, up-to-date! finely) equipped, slaughtered one no' Harold brought and expense over the year To Lane Sibley of here.
s is a'' roant"to try>'We think thatIt the commercial laundry the weekly
r Enjoying a visit with "Red"Stalling
i economical, and helpful Service. should' taste rood, for In many replacement of covers and pads were his son-in-law and

narts of the whrld It Is considered for "hot head". presses is an Important -
daughter, Mr and Mrs. .John Cur. l.e
a delicacy. item of expense both In
f 'tis of Meridian; Miss
SHave
material and labor. This
I I Industry Visitors Sunday of the J. Austin's
DeWITT C. .JONES used the mineral oil treatment has long needed fabric which re-
I were Mr and Mrs. Herman
on 4 row of our successionlantlnff slats that damaging trio-heat
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. Kersey and children Mrs. 0 F
of sweet corn and we moisture, and oxygen-plus the
hould know how effective It has strain of pressing.A .

t Funeral Director Ambulance Service het'n. While It la feasible for only promising answer U "partially I rt Mto Ikl

'1 Our local funeral home enables us to 'offer conveniences and mall patches because of the hand acetylate' cotton fabric, developed WELDING SNARE SlMclflcatlonl Chonj. Without N"l"
tabor Involved, we tried It to see at the Southern Regional
services not otherwise available
how well It would work. Research
W Laboratory of the U S. e
IF '" F e S SBeing Department of Agriculture. This a Come in..See how you can own a big

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and : kept very busy on the chemical treatment was developed SUCC SS new Dodge for much less than think95/
toadntand these
days. In fact In a search for ways to make you
ti
accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, issued by ANT
Alice fa busy ,
practically from
cotton mildew-proof. Tests show /
company as payment in part or In full on a funeral morning until dark, either picking that it rriHr- have been record.breaking months for its! And to DependantDODC !,
cotton
gives fabric resistance
Consultation carries no obligation I J. celebrate, we're going all out to make it easy for you to
(II'> selling to
our Increasing num.b'r to heat as well as mil WALK IN... own the big new Dodge o( your choice! I
> of customers. And It la Inerestlng dew yet does not change the

appearance So in .
to meet the many different or "feel" of the fabric We offer the people01 Starke DRIVE OUT WITH come today You'll get our liberal allowance figure D
on your prcwnt car. be surprised, we know because
) ,k types of people. For example As defense demands for cotton In- THE BEST DEAL by any it.indarcl': you're bound to ay Its the best cw deal I
!!, some folk practically crease, this treatment may provean land vicinity one of the most ol your hfelRemember .

blow their tops" when told that Important economy and enable modern and finest equipped OF THE YEAR you could pay up to $1,000 more and.Itlll not !f"cup!4mt five;Yip
wo sell our eggs at 6.V: a dozen."I cotton to compete successfully get all Dodge give. you. "

can get: eggs for much less else with the newer synthetic fabric. welding shops anywhere.

mile where"at they them splutter and and we lust for laundry press covers. All Work Guaranteed Immediate delivery on most models if you act NOW I _
don't even
Test In laundries show that

bother to explain that our efl'a'Rort..n acetylated cotton lasts three tc SMITH'S GARAGE SEE "SHOWTIME ; V.SAl'-A B 0 TELEVISION NETWORK- -
are sold rlfl'ht.from the nests
four times, sometime five or six
K or that feed prices are high, for times, as long as the usual canvas
AND MACHINE SHOP
no matter what we said, thev
covers In thin severe service. Ace- J. P Roberts Motors
,ir a// wouldn't be satUfled. It we sold ) Temple Ave. Starke
tylatlon gives so much heat resistance I
our eggs for lOc a dozen and
gave
that fabric of much lighter I
a quart of berries with them thru weight and lower cost may be PHONE 69 STARKEJ; !
people would want a pint of cream I
used satisfactorily The chemist
for the berries. But the majorityof
also found that washing out
.i y folks who trade. with us want,
starch and stain with a nonalkaline ,
vegetables that are fresh and are
AA wllllnjr to pay a fair price for them. detergent make. press coven
4r i last longer.
( And especially If they ever done '
Napped flannels often used tot
.
any farming, for then they know
,_ padding under the cover, also
the work
that goes with it
proved more durable when acety- 'I
5.5
lated. iet; :
!Still!' have a few berries, but It COMFORTABLE AS A
Is Retting harder and harder< to Similar fabric saving In house CNVERTIDIE. .. :

pick them an It looks as though hold Ironing teats are reported ."k >
we'll gather enough for"the Acetylated sheeting under a "r"'I" "
: deepfreeze ) ; ,
,
household Iron as hot all S75 degrees
o .
and for Jam and then callIt ,.

A quits for one season But then Fahrenheit scorched less .'".,i:.;.;..

we have to Ret land ready so that than untreated of Its cloth and held when 8C ,'I :J.,f,. ,,':(
we can set out runners next month. percent strength .
scorched to. a point where plain ..a
F5S0 Strawberries mean work the ; '
year '
When M around and then tots of cotton wouH be useless. Acety. ,; \'
ChangeVoui people expect ,
you to give them away. lation Is an Industrial process, nota ,,,,..,' .
EXTRA S S treatment that could be givenat '"r' ..
>Motor aiMOTOR oiJ Will get no runner from the home. A. yet acetylated colton ,I /,: 1,

runner plants we net out on the fabric U not on the market. ; .' RICB1T., III.YOUR OWN HOME. ..
new land this -
Spring: because they -
GOODBYE ..
sludge and goo,when lust about withered up and died.

,we change your oil and refill with Out of the 2,000 plants we set out.

I Mobiloil or Esso Extra Motor Oil there are only about 50 left, and Beat the HEAT !

..the motor oils that titan as they they look as though' they wish Enjoy
they were back In Arkansas.
t r- r ,
lubriateandassureyoufullpower .

and mileage from each gallon of r: We'll set plantA from our bed '

gw...Drive in to .ee.ua.o,you ,.t ;;;;::1';!1 and try It this year. We've heard Iee .
that the plant. that .
Sift" a.ng.o/.rl 0. .. are carried -

"J tt Vi'" over will do well and we've heard 1 III. On) / for pennies .
that they will DOt so there' a good aura a day

way to find out so well try and RIDING W n

see for our.elve And If It look With Our Plastic g /

P as If. they won't make out then

well have to to out and buy lame I SEAT COVERS 1LHEWANCOOUN.


I.. U. (RED) ALVAREZ SERVICE STATION plant -, I i rrmMS AM IASY TO INSTALL .

_ Temple Ave. 4; fail Sis, Starke Have been asked lot of time Chas. C. ICONOMKAt*TO OMftAnisraetn (

L. F. DI KIXS' SERVICE STATION If Leo, our Alrdal. I I. a "blUnlldoc" SHEPHERDTemple X'-
Tempi Ave Answer I I. that h will bite / XUMAM M tte.rtrr
Pratt Se! :; O .rke *
..
Q men Men v nor
strangers, for h. 1 ts a watchdog Ave.'& Call St. oo. r.
HARRY II. vt n qm+ jnvicfftun
IlOl'SlOVg
I'h. 83 SERVICE STATION and he take his Job seriously Starke Fla. -c.- POWN iowf FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY"I" ())

Mark! 'but he I'a chained up always),, -. '.. --- y .......fi..re
The other night for Instance we .'> ---..-

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,, IS, 1931 JUN 15.19 <
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. RTARKK.. rwRtD.\ ,L1_
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f.llJ; >.' > h 1,1.,'i r "in,iv ,.I l,1i, i"r 'hii hid t"", ,,,,, ''',I ,,"I'' n ", Itlfttt
r&I (JJlll ( \I.r. rou BUM r'r i "n"M""L'ot d 'ihnI '' dovs I .lftM" the t.n' dst. ,,n.r, ,". .h.,. ., t i
tnpxninle
ji J: LAWTEY Ml I'I( H. TO...< 0" IH4CTOmtnrk d I r. ,,.r r",n, MI, .. gn'oiig th-i.-.f, the \1,1, ,N A 1.d.MI n.tl

fft.U :;',j'id: ( : 2 { I II I L. II. FlitchErnest Th Mralfrprt> hoard blilH 1 f'ounly.\.nt Puhlli will, Fh.rldsHenlnd Fluids*l h.tntru" 1'.1",1. <"II'tlnn I the hv nf .' 'firm\ll,\ with n MIKV"t"tkhull i do piano.Mim ho l'oxninln'Hl'l nlM h..."'rInnn rO.It''ftth'1..1linn.at'In. the aoordith thereto. and...f.h --' dupllrntlon set than furnished. e lion rffqm-fttoit nuhmlr"at hot tin for i u'thotit'It' urtmI,pur,f a lion.i-fuiid'hid r"hl..will,'.,tn i Iv, r r

+ I I offl or ::10. ,
( r Kiipttrlnti'tifl.'Mt nr Puli- ,
__ : lIp" Inntrudlim, In stark.. Floridaup : Li:; *, Ofitrur: 'tli Huporlntondont: of I'uhllcu Itidders'iuallfi, utlntiH mu t > .9aatlftfantory .
La .1 taiko, Florida, atI. I .
S I Idist ,. Wells has returned 'to II oVIoi-k AM. B S T Jton.lnv. .,ffln- ur anrrii.'d ''10'. polo or, Ar- to The Ilim1, .r, fcful]
DAY from Inatriirtlon of IJradfad .
I'h. "unlv
kAII ,
I f .'. ,:t.' ,. the University Florida Ml July Itlnw: mi, m whlrh lime and, pier" .., t. Oain.tlllo, Florida. One, Flnrlda
of received| will Im '
: tulhllrUxprnrrt : : -t of HIII'h plnnn and 'on'nrt Ito,,"- The' Hoard of ruhlli- "".tuj rl ,
Friends of Dr. W. T. Walters Inir nil and reed aloud for furiilwh, i.'ntn and torn," fr hltldlna may 'bernnred nradford'nuuty, Klorlrlii. r'..er', i f
At The Tabernacle mnlxrlHli' and labor and : :
Churchirst I I on.slrurttng. |by !enernl| -ntriw-tor fromwhli'h ,the, right to waive Infarmalrw' dally
iI will be happy tb know that he has nlth..r, I ,r wuJ. .'frirx' hv ,
( I depa.lting Mil and to rpjort any 0 iTho \II b IT .
(ontrr-lon nf .... .
Church of :Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley .NI been returned as pastor of the lung Into l.lhrarr' F..I.If..It. 'hreu" ,l'h ..h. mini "r Five Dollar Heard nr rnhll- In."l lfit ,..1 n 1
Methodist llrmlforil r is ''hi. I" "r.h ur, money order, whh'hhr .iilfnrd (',,"nIY. FI"' .1, 1,1Ily "
at- Edna and Leonard Methodist church for another Cniinlr Illak School ''''' alit\ refmulnd ..
; rdiully invite you to ; Noegel, have I NKrkr Plorlila.tiMKInn .,,, Upon ""- Harmon P Morrnn.HuporlntHndunt .
r t ,
? I inn rtitv Mil and
year 1"1' re-
following services of I returned home from their recent or ,,,11"t tun," nut ,' ontrai, r duru-\ ate 3t a:3
Sunday morning June trip to Georgia and North Caro .: t | Miss. Ada Edwards Is upending of On. ( la*.r..i>m and
on School begins atm lina. The Qulgleys are much I some time with relatives In Jack. Tollrtallfllhrnnn Tn I I _u. F

Church for pleased with the high marks I sonvllle .i-h..nl, Krailforil {......,
a claw every Leon- I i ALVAREZ' Establishedh1891't
,. with 'I '; Mr. and Sr. .'....1".. F!II STORE ijjj
ard made in his Bible History and, r Mrs Hubert Priest anddaughter Anv hid rfrplvpd after, the ."p 1',,' .
IP'o.v Mitchell, other studies. Since returning' i..i.. ... Lorraine left Sunday fled time and' Cute will not !be <-,,nBldn -
,,
Thomas G. .. .... .. ..._ ., .hl..rad.
Sunday morn- home he has been of much help inl I -- --.. _._._- -- afternoon for a tour of south Flo. 'm'av ho pre.ont.-rt 0" either
ulll: preach the sub- the Tabernacle services and conducted To rids Before returning home, theyt'xp'ct nn.; nf llh' nf tttnt l'.oJ.I.rh .i-ln,
o'clock on I Sing At TabernacleMr. '; Mil must b*
eleven 1I..n.pllnl.d
the to visit Cedar Keys Fort
Marching Church. Tuesday night Bible hy certified chock or hid hand ,111
The study hour assisted by other'' Myrs, Key West, Miami and oth- the amount of rlv. per rent of tl?.
be In-
will
roof Stewards and Mrs. Vie Werner (at has. bid an Rusrantv thai, lh. HM

during the morning servo young people of the group. I right) and the Temple Trio (a. er Miss points\ Ann of Carter interest returned home der within. awanlnrt.Ian. r.n.the....iifli-r-nti,.-.I"nd I, will, 1 Marlin Factory Service :

The Sunday services were again bove) will be heard at Sunday after dlarlt'r wrlli.'ii nnti, .. l>."I n,". al|,
the a week with relatives
Gospel
nf
and Intermediate under the direction of the Sponsor ffn such award enter ,loco,,) a wilt,
senior Tabernacle Friday In Jacksonville. ton; c-omrai-r with The nnarrt .f row"l
of the Tabernacle night June
and the
will message -,, IIn "" "
Fellowship I "
4t Youth for and Sunday evening was of especial 22, at 7:43: :! o'clock They are on Mr\ and Mrs. Coleman Phillipsof orIv.n'n"r5B,? : .radfald",, with:; (the'\uRf a..;. WATCH REBUILDING X
r p. m. program I Tampa, accompanied by hut eepted .* .ntr.allrply .. -.
Mr Mitchell willt Interest, dealing with"Vows" tour, presenting: a program of sinter Ola/ Mae\ who was ,Vn'n"n,7Arv, d", ;,; said'
? visiting
and the seriousness of Hoar In an amount .. 126 Court St. Starke Fla.
Ann ,
,
the Sunday evening serv-( solos Trios, Quartets, piano and them, were weekend guests of his hundred' per '"cent' ,* the r'mtran,' A
them in the
making as case ofJephthah'e price
pm. on the subject, :' organ numbers. The trio Is com parents, Mr and Mrs O. J. Phil
eat Needs of the Church"g rash vow and the consequences lips. Ola Mae went back to Tampa
posed o Ann DeKalb .s-
thereof. (Judges 11). { Ports
service the ) ,
the evening with them for a longer visit. ....
Jacob alao made a Vow after he mouth Va.: Barbara Bookout S
ople will enjoy a Fellow. \Mr, and Mrs W H. Edward "t.-
'"
Recreation Hall. had seen a vision and later .Won. Chattanooga, Tenn.. and Merdelk'
ur In the spent Sunday with relatives In
a Victory, as recorded In Genesis Jacksonville ATTENTION ,
I Snipes, Rock Hill S. C -
Churchfriendly 23. I Ronnie and Dom lIe McSwaln ENTRY BLANKS
tian Very special services In the near I I who are spending the vacation It You lIavePINE GET YOUR FREE !

Church In' the future Includes the Tennessee ]I RHEUMATICFEVER period In Fort Myers, accompunl. ,

extends welcome: Temple School Trio and Leaders,, j'' STATE FARM ed by their grandmother, Mrs OK CYPRESS

f worship town at all their serv- June 22, (see announcement elsewhere -(]'I Thomas Roden and Mr. and Mrs TIMBER.: TO SELL f < ff\ot\daWinners\!\ \ \

I.1s Father's Day so all in this issue)I. The South liy Mr*. Hr>'an lthltneldBridge Howard Hockett were dlnnei l

are urged present. Our eastern Bible School Gospel team' In the United States today there. guests of their parents on Sun. Large or Small Tracts g CAN ae A WINNER/ ;|

ihool begins at 10 a. m. with Rev. Francia Georgia, July] flub Meeting are approximately one million per- day. Other guests, of the Me-

as superintendt 13th, and later the Toccoa Falls The beauty of the sons suffering from rheumatic Swains at this time .were Mr ant We Dug All
W. Colson spacious home fever ( isSOOO00 Prizes
about half of them
the Bible School hour Institute Trio.Presbyterian. I I II or Mr. and Mrs P. D. Fancher was children. are I Mrs. Jim Saunders and four child. in CASH ;
I ran of Fort Pierce Mrs.
i ill be gifts presented tc I enhanced by arrangement of spec Saunders PAY TOP PRICESWrite
and the fath- ChurchGeorge men gladioli and The acute stage of rheumatic and two of the children, Jane and less
i st, youngest I carnations when I 25 words or
fever Is Itself John O Just write
dangerous In
nf the most children pres- Mrs. Fancher entertained the State enough I I remaincij) with her brother '"'
fathers and let us McMaster, a student'' Farm Bridge Club but even If the patient sur- for a longer visit while Mr.
!
on Thursday af-
come \
]'I vives the first attack, It can damage Saunders and the others or Call NOTHING TOJBUY l /
Ihll a great day for all at Columbia Theological Semi- ternoon of last week. Upon ar- are va ',ti,
Decatur Ga arrived in''' rival the the victim's heart for life I' cntloning in Chattanooga, Tenn.
The Morning worship= nary players were served a
Starke last week dessert leaving him with a chronic Illness Marvin Warren and slater Mrs. GET run Dfrius HME
be
.m at 11 a. m. the message to supply course. Respective high B. THOMAS
'Two Philosophies of Life"rde.upper I pastor of the First Presbyterian)I(second I high and bingo prize winners .: ease.known as rheumatic heart dis I Evelyn Sosser, were attending tc ..

Is served at 11- Church during the summer at this meeting were Mrs. I business In Jacksonville last Sat. LUMBER CO.

n. Evening services at 8 months. I I H. J. Kucera, Mrs. L. F Chap-' Although we do not yet know I I I urday.
r the evening service therea Friends will be Interested to man and Mrs. J. O. Godwin. I|I the specific cause of rheumatic Miss Leonora: Warren of Val- PHONE 211JP.

Father's Day programthe know that Mr. McMaster Is the I Mr and Mrs. Jack Nelson of I fever we know that It Is a severe lusts, Ga. spent last week here O. Hoc 735 G.J.MCGRIFFFranchLsed .
Jacksonville Infection which strikes mostlyat with her cousin, Mrs Evelyn Baasw. -
direction of Miss Marie grandson of Mrs. Jessie Livingston completed their re- STAIIKE, FLA.
Invited tc cent vacation by several the body's connective tissue, Dealer General Electric
The Public Is of Tampa and the late G. C. spending Appliances
the tissue which I I Harold. Rucker Mica
,
days last binds together Ruby
week with
Prayer meeting Wednes- Livingston, who were former rest-;; Mr and Mrs
) R.V.. Brannen. Before and supports various structures of Hates and Miss Helen Wanamakerof Phone 229 I..15: W. Cull St. Starke Fla.
is'II
;ht at 8 p. m. our study dents of Starke. The Livingstons! coming to
the Farm the body. Since the heart containsa St. Matthews were weekend .
Chapter of Acts. Bring have old friends here who! Mrand Mrs. Nelson '. '
many .
of _
had visited friends In Pittsburgh great deal of this connective tissue guests the J. E Warren family n .
I
iblti. will learn with Interest of the
Pa. that organ' la Mrs A. R. Massey and
and had been functioning suns
on
Homer Swindall, Minister. summer appointment of their]II | sightseeing I
affected by attack spent the weekend with friend
trips to Niagara Falls, into Canada even one slight ,
to Starke.
I grandson I and to New York City. i of the rheumatic Infection. Rheumatic In Summerfield. ;

ark Baptistiy Mr. McMaster announces that I', Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wells Mrs.I, fever, however, has a tendency -,i Mrs. C. E. Jones and son, Dav ,
his sermon topic for the 11 o'clock' Isabel Edwards and Misses Joan 1 to recur and, naturally, the id. of Jacksonville spent Tuesday

School at 9:45: Lacy hour this Sunday will be "Our I I and Nancy Mynlhan and Mary i more attacks, the more Injury to : with relatives In Lawtey, I

y Sunday School Supt. Father". I Wells, all of Jacksonville, were I a person's heart.Rheumatic I I Mrs Louise Appleby and child-

,ng Services 11:00U. : Sunday School meets at 9:43: [ dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I fever may attack at ren of Stuart are spending thejr

8:15nj : a, m., and the Friendship class at J. C. Wallace Sunday. Misses' any age, but It begins most frequently I, vacation with her parents, Mr. and

10 a. m.Prayer. Wells and Nancy Mynlhan re.I between five and ten I' Mrs. J. E. Warren. Mrs Warren
Worship 7:30: meeting has been changed mained with Mr. and Mrs. 'years of age. In terms of repeated and her guests were recent visitors .

C worship with us from Wednesday night to lace for a longer: visit. Wal-I attacks and chronic heart damage, to Valdosta, Ga.

G. Hemmlngway, Pastor Thursday night at 8:30: p. m. Mr and Mrs. Charles I the disease can "last" from nine to I Mrs. D. B. Harley and son,

settle and_'their four( .ahtidrea returne'd'to -I thirty years. Tommy, returned last Wednesdayfrom

rch Christ, s St. Edward's Catholic their hdme In TampaSunday But while we may not know the an extended visit with rela-
For the world's
I'
after Having visited Mr. exact cause of rheumatic fever, lives In Texas. most
11I..IOth and McMahon Rev.,.William H. Neuhaus, pastor and Mrs. P. D. Fancher since'I: doctors have learned a great deal James Wainwright of Miami {

e.School-l0 A. M. Thursday. about how It,acts. An attack of spent the weekend with his parents wanted refrigeratorCOME
(ifllng-11 A. !of. and 7:30 Sunday Mass at 9:15: : a. m. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North had j I! rheumatic fever, whether It be the Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain.

Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. as their visitors for several days I first or a recurrent one, usually wright,
Confessions Saturday :5:00: to I Jack Wainwright leaves this
during the past week Mr. and Mrs. follows a sore throat, tonxllitls,
t Meeting and Bible Study 8:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. H. G. Davis, Jr. and their baby! or a cold. week for Denver, Colorado In IN ASK US ABOUT IT TODAY !

\Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Children's Catechism Classes,':son. Greg of Tallahassee. I I Until very recent years It was which area he has accepted employment

yone welcome. Saturday 10:00: a. -m. Dr H. J. Kucera,and his son believed that the child who for the summer ..4

- _eo -"- 'Adult Religious _Inetruction1 I Brian Kucera spent the weekend II i fered an attack of rheumatic fever, The G. V Lee family have mov- e Never Before was it so important
courses every sunaay 7 to a P. ai.,I at Salt Springs. invariably remained a hopeless and red to their new home In Starke

PHONE 218 and by special appointment.The Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. B. helpless "heart Invalid" for life.'i I We regret to lose this estimable to you to be III r.of top-quality

public Is cordially Invited, A. Cogdill of Jacksonville were I I We know today that about two- I family and wish them happiness valu In You "
a new refrigerator.
3LONIAL'LORIST *ui> ts of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Me- [ thirds of the children who get In the new home. I I'

CHURCH OF JESUS: CIIIUST Lendon. I rheumatic fever will be able to| Mrs. Donnie Testone and Mrs. .: can be sure. of years of depend. y
OF LITTER DAY SAINTS Walter Frobos of Athens. Ga. lead moderately active, adult lives John Brown entertained on Thurs.

'' Masonic Temple, Call Street. was the overnight guest of Mr. and under the doctor's guidance, and day of last week In the home of able refrigeration when you

Sunday School every Sunday, Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld. Tuesday. supervision although there may be Mrs. Brown with a china shower choose a Hotpoint! Come in todaysee
morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Servo I Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradleyand certain restrictions on physical for Mrs. J. S, Eunice, Jr., whoI

ices 6:30: p. m. A cordial InvitationIs their sons. Clinton and Jack' exertion. I I|| had the misfortune to lone all her Y the top allowances! we give

FLOWERSOR extended to all.PENTECOSTAL I and Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger, The earliest symptoms of rheumatic dishes when their house was blow ._: you on the world's most wanted
all of Jacksonville were guests of, fever may Include loss of off the blockS-In! the recent storm.

ALL OCCASIONSDISH HOLINESS Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Sun- appetite, loss of or failure to gala Mrs. Eunice received nice and refrigerator, a new 1951 Hotpoint.J95J .

10th St. and Temple Ave. fever nosebleeds useful gifts. A pleasant afternoon
day.Mrs. I weight, a rapid ..
Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.: Mom- Lloyd Suggs and their heart beat, and pains in joints and was enjoyed by all. Cake and

ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic daughter Linda, went to Long I, muscles. If a child .shows any of punch were served to the groupat "
(j) Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Beach, California Thursday for avj.ilt .,: these symptoms, the doctor should the close of the social hour. Deluxe B.l cu ft.

welcome. with Pfc. Suggs prior to his, be consulted Immediately. If It is''I A Dally Vacation Bible School I
reporting for foreign duty. :'rheumatic fever, prompt medicalcare is new being conducted at the Big 24lb. Speed Freeierl e 2

GARDENS CHURCH OF GOD Mrs. Maurice Barton and her! at the outset, plus medical First Baptist church under the f Roller Drowertl e Large Meal Pan!

POTTERY 8th A St. Clair St.I. sons and Mrs. 1... 1... Tyre are visit-j i checkups at Intervals thereafter,! auspices of the Sunday School Automatic Door latch and Safely
Sunday School 10 a.m. Ing Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall inl,| can give the child his best chance! staff. This school will continuefor
POTTED PLANTS Sunday Morning Worship 11 s.m Danville. Va. j II both of survival and of growing! another week and all children Slop! 5-Year Protection Plan en

Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Mary Frazier Is visiting up to lead a normal life. between the ages of four and sixteen I Thrlflmatler Unit)

LOWERS WIRED Y. P...E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m I relatives In Watertown. I Rheumatic fever seems to strike I' are Invited to attend.
ANYWHERE Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Mri. J. W. Williams and her most frequently at those Last Saturday night In the City : $
Park a free picture show was glv : 209.95
sons Pat and Kelly of Montgom-l I
from malnutrition
fen ,
* SIt Start. See the NEW REMINGTONIPortable | ery, Ala. arrived Saturday to visit to damp and cold, extreme exposure// "n under the auspice. of O. J. up

-- Typewriter at the Brad.i Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram. i I and Inadequate rest and Phillips and son Lenlift. At this
ford County Telegraph. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan Mr. time donations were accepted] end
j I bent
known measures
. I, and Mrs. J. C. Hardee, Miss Dorothy against the disease preventive, therefore In. a nice sum received to help defraythe vvi: 100 USED REFRIGERATORSi
of Bunt Crews whole
expenses
| Morgan, Billy Morgan and,I eludes steps to build the body's hos A D
a patient In a Jacksonville
:, William and JoAnn Hardee sp..nt'the
"FOUR STARVING MEN" pant weekend with Mr. and i with,: pital. Hunt's friends will be la. i KKGARDLESS OF CONDITION,
know that he Is Im aw iwmm iw smiisb
terested to
Mrs. E. B. Hatcher
In Oxford. En
Will be the I( sunshine and sufficient rest .and
Topic of the Pastor's Message route home Mr*. Morgan, Mrs. proving.

Sunday Nite at 8 P.M.: Hardee. Miss Morgan Belly, William ,; the and avoidance minor Illnesses.of fatigue, exposure I FOLKS Be Economy Wise TODAY'S BEST BUY .

' ( and JoAnn were In a serious It rheumatic fever does strike Your Electrical Appliances CLEANER DEPENDABLE
'IRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton i automobile accident and all ex- I then the car
I despite precautions,
cent baby JoAnn sustained shock and supervision of the doctor are And Safer to Use, From Baby to Grandma.
BOB GRAY, Pastor bruises.
and
I of paramount importance to thepatient's
I the week Mr and .
During pant
Bible --
School life and health. --
10 A.M. Don Hill. Supt. Mel i
n I
Mrs. George EMton visited
T. U. 7 P.M.: Otto Hicks Sr., Director i.and Mrs. G. W Elston In Plant I! LOOK TO IIOT POINT for the Kent In Home Appliances.

(Nursery Open at alt Services) City and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. High. ;. grandparents this past week. Sunday
I Mr and Mrs. Strickland and Over 2ff)()() in use Over 10 Years
''OIN smith In Lakeland. Their visit at
THE CROWD AND BE 1 OF 150 IX OUR I I I Mrs. Davis, accompanied by Mrs
that time was occasioned bv the
aBLE ,II Marcus Reddish of Hellbmnn
SCHOOL -- -- ----
NEXT SUNDAY MORNING"Rev. i hUh school graduation. In PlantI .
Rhoden
Springs' visited Clifford
I i I City of Mr Elston's brother. Dick JEI. J
of Waldo In St. Vincent's HospitalIn
Jacksonville and were gratifiedto
that city came home with Mr and I II find marked Improvement In

I Mr. Elston and will be with them his condition. 00 Will hold appliance until required
for the remainder of the month. I
Lewis Friend. are glad to know that
D. HaInes Pastor
| Mrs. J. W. Murray, who with
little! Sue Mosrley who U recuperating Down Payment made
the late Dr. Murray and their chile f
| .t home from a recent 0
RST BAPTIST i lived here, was a,
CHURCH Starke dren formerly
better.
serious Illness, I III very much
l! visitor of Mr. and Mrs H. M. WE FITFire

rrel'4nn|? & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town :'' Rlcharde Saturday. Mrs. Murray .

HONES: Office 234 == Pastorium 130 wag en route from her home In FREE !
--- r '|Charleston, S. C. to Miami for a Insurance to your
cruise to Cuba. For Prompt FREE Removal

lay SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.. 7:45: PJL I Guest of :Mr. and ifn. A. C. of Dead Crippled, & Worth. p non.l needs. Call

, School 9:IS A.M. Training Unions 6:-13 P.M.: Davis during the weekend were Cattle Horses Mules. Winkler Electric Service
lean
ro'WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:45 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle A. Noland of Charley E. Johns
Orlando. : and their visitor Miss & Hogs .

rr II Jackie Sue Redmond of North Call 132 StarkeWE Agency 224 Avenue
222
Temple
LOOK FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF AIR Carolina and Mrs. and Mrs. J. B.I roe.. IS BTABKE. FLA. Phone 166L

Strickland and their son. Johnnie ALWAYS COME I
CONDITIONING BEING INSTALLED NOW. I of Gainesville. After a week's : Starke (on U. S. 301) Florida

iiT iE stay with Mr and Mr. Dav
- CHURCH WITH TilE VISITING'PASTOR Meredith Ann Noland went home! INC. ; I C ,, ._ __ _
r4 with her parents Sunday. Johnnie] 1 RewwallM TH TRAVEL***. H rtfo .- ."- . .. .

Strickland remained here with his"

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;, PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TE1 GR\PH. ST.UUCC. FLORID IAdkins' __
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' I, !t 1 I theaid taints or debts will boO' rdutn",-,.,"oner' of Bradford Count -=
;w': ;: Speech Scout For Pittsburgh Pirates Well Pleased Lions To ParticipateIn n'.orlAll' .1 I -.>'"! p."P"r" being In Ihe bmr., hy Htutut"- of Ii niltatlone1'lu ,Florid/ thin 4 day of June A D. 11'a' ; 0'1'I'
of Florls June 15th, 1951Ztna A. J. Thomas, Clerk ,
r liridford Stst. -
r Makes Big Hit I With Tryout Camp Held Here Last Weekend Charter Night uii-v D.wn.Fou'utrl sill| 8t 6 .6 u:, > ..
.IL'nl. .,t-! ,. of the Will ot : ":
uih n-rtlfliate/ or I" ;
,
At Sheriff's For ClubIn Henry ts Purvis d. J NOTICE TO APPEAR .. w..}i
Meet I be "
Keystone shall ? .
I Thirty'six boys reported to the I fielding. time and distance of outfield to rates law the ,redeemedlln 6(16( ltd.Ill In Circuit Court. Bradford .."if.Jacquellna .'\1.., I h I Ih.1. .
Pittsburgh Pirates tryout camp throwing and style an dpower such certificate obe r certificates will r Florin-Hi' la, Chancery t".1, ," ..i", lit _:::
Sheriff P. D. Reddish and 11 local their regular meeting, ulu to the highest bidder at the >01ICK OK 1I.B Marler, Plaintiff. v. 'Ih. d.)
and Saturday the In The pitchers on
Friday on batting that the Herbert W Marler, tf
Defendant
; Monday Noose Is hereby given j
others the Starke Lions house door on the first c '" '
went to Lake City Tuesday Wednesday night ourt 1'1. al1'CIlIo'
BHS diamond. Twenty-eight were I hand for tryouts were tested by li month of 'hlch11M Board of County Commissioners of Case No 1479 t.. d 5 "II, lot ,
for the opening day session'I on hand for the first day's tryouts throwing to the batter under made final preparations and plans the'6th day of ACupt119111.. Bradford. (County. Florida, will. re- Noll... T. Appear.To Th h.n r r
of the 38th Annual' Mid-summer : to attend the Installation of the Dated this 14th day of June 1951. cel>'e sealed bids for1ethe: prison : Mr Herbert W. Msrler. )! on ''h week hell
show. whose
I I and an additional eight men examination. A. J. Thomas. A M. July *, 1961 residence and address week, .
t Florida Sheriff Association Convention Keystone Club Monday night I Court offnadford cell, prison doors and steel bars In Is: 4 'r the nsdb
ed up Saturday morning Kaln said that he was highly Clerk of Circuit Avenue East Orange, N j"0" "ol.h" ,]
I I ; All the former County Jail building 0"1".1
The camp was conducted by T. j pleased with the success of the which they are sponsoring. I Count1j1Siotl.ilsr situated on the Northwest Cornerof cultoforrDivorce custody a dacon. I IOFFU'IAI.this Ilh o,
the sheriff to
Accompanying member of local are ..
organization House Lot In Stork. REAL
that he would the Court trul '
likely of
J. "Shaky" KaJn. Pirate scout, camp and minor/ child ha. I..k ;
the meet A. Z. Ad-I The material Is offered as It now been 48
were Judge planning to attend. I \OTH': filed against
1 ;you In Itav..n iht
and formerly a highly successful( conduct it here again next year. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I. and. the purchaser will b* re.logrwlthnut I the above' crO ,
klna W. H. Con
Noegel Doyle Plans were also made for a
.
,
pitcher and manager In the Yankee He said that he had already seen I This l 1M to notltOU that underS n.o. It from the dan- -
ner Guy Andrew, ftobert and number of them play, but the smoker to be held at Buddy 1 S the law alt claimants and debtorsar m.lerlllllnJuy or
hum been with a
organization. He .
Mr Mrk P. D. Reddish J.I to file their claims against the age thereto.
l. Green and Bill Noegel or
/ the Pirates for three years. He I camp gave him a greater opportunity i Bishop camp KHtato Henry. H Purvis, duly swornto The purchaser' will also b* requiredto -
D. Doyle, George KopelousoB,+ to scrutinize their the Ocklawaha River next Wednesday I before a Notary Public with pay the amount of his bid inrush
closely
was assisted by Herb Thomas I Bradford and will be required to removethe
r Phil Vltsky, and Be.; Roland night.Braddock County Judge of county
| athletic director at Raiford. ,I playing. I before. the expiration of night I'.a. materials purchased within
: The morning, session featured I When asked as td whether or I ender months from the. first publlatlon thirty days from date of purchase.By ..
ao peaches by well-known law enforcement Before any tests were made I cupid. ., of this NOTICE otherwise order of the Hoard. of County FREEAt
not he of
would the
sign any boys,
officer of the State Kaln called the boys together Friday All of the dancers performedwell .. '
'
-
I he said that tie would follow up on .. 'I
.
and Nation In addition to one de morning and explained that and received high praise from ( .
several local) boys, but that none i iI
members of the club.
; livered by Judge Adkina. Given the camp was strictly a tryout I
of them would be
I signed anytime
without any preparation or advance affair. He said that they were to I j The program was In charge of Tall Any Brand
soon and maybe never. He said ,
notification. Adkins' could do and Mr. Dahmer. 39C
Judge how him what they MILK
i that the either
I II | most of boys were
speech on the "Duties of Citizen he would offer no, or very little 3 for"
In high school or college and the NOTICE TO APPEAR
: ship" was classed a* one of the Instruction. I I' !. rl...... mart. Bradford Ots'tr.
Pirates organization won't sign a Florida i I. f.........,..
bent heard by the group In years. I I Various tests given the young .. .. .
boy until lie Is finished with his ni r o John. Plaintiff va Sarah
i'' That afternoon, the group at. Helen darner John, Defendant
I'players were a 60 yard dash schooling. PURE
tended a barbecue at the Lake; Ca.. No. eel SERVICE
i, -- Nnllre T. A..eae.T" STC
City Country Club given by the Harah Helm Garner. John., SALT 3 Boxes IOe ,
i4 H. & W. B. Drew Company of Heart Attack Rotarians Enjoy I whose. reHilence' and address Is eo:
..
,
!\I. J. B. Fall Smocks, Smith WE WILL
fij Jacksonville.C. 't'a rulIna. GIVE YOU A
Sudden Death Presented
Program
Brings You are hereby notified that a
jl'Cult for Divorce h.... been filed
t 1' W. Edwards, 63, To E. A. Mobley By Bagaley School j n''' aln.t you In the. above named.
I
Court and cause and you are
.d tn serve A copy of your nqul.1 4 Lb. Brand New
Utilities Official, Edgar: A. Mobley a local druggist I Members of the Rotary Club or pleading to the complaint. LARD 8ge

Was Starke Native I for several year, died early;, were given an unusual treat at Landrum.Plaintiff Starke.Attorney Florida, T. and Frank file/ CartonJim

Sunday morning of a heart attack > their noon luncheon WednAday the original' In the office of thor
In a Jacksonville hospital. He, when students of the nf the circuit Court on or be
to Charles Walter Edwards 63, a I BagaleyI : the 16th; day of July, 1951.otherwlae I Tube
native and former resident of was 63 years old. ., I Juvenile Theatre of JacksonvilleI the allegations of tiald
funeral had attended his I presented an entertaining Complaint will be taken .. confess.ed .
Starke died Monday and Mr. Mobley program

' services went held in Tampa Wednesday I' grandson's graduation from high 1 of songs and dances. This by you.notice shall be published. GRITS Pb.dy 3ge

afternoon. I school In Daytona Beach and had) The program was emceed by once weeks. sarh In the week Bradford for four County conM."tl". Tel.granh. .* 5 For Each Tire You Pun

Edward left Starke In driven to Jacksonville to spend. i i young Frank Dahmer, son of E. at
for Jacksonville and 19081 1 the night with friends when he] Dahmer a member of the club. J'j]I tinted. thl.. tilth day of June. 1991OFFICIAT. Regular Price flf,
( SEAL) A. J. ThnntalClerk
} poHltlon{ as trolley car operator. He suffered the attack. His friends ,. a colorful costume of a circus riding of the Circuit Court less of size

walt advanced to the post of InSpector ," weren't home. so, unable to drive master Frank-one of the out T r Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk. passenger

within three years and {I''he asked their neighbors to take standing students In the school/ Sill| 4t 718 BEANS Ba LB.10C truck tires.

one year later he was promoted to him to the hospital. He died Introduced the other performersand \OTICK, OP 4PPI;lOiTIOV FOR
I
TAX DeRD:
trainmaster of the street railway shortly after arrival. j I did several dances himself. I tloaae Hill V.. 15412:

company!' The well-known druggist; had otners who>> performed were NOTICE- !: 1M HKRKHV. UIVF.N thnt HURRY !
R. Y Saxon the holder of the follows -
He then went to Pensncola owned and operated a drug storeIn Douglas Brooks costumed as a certificates has filed. said certlfUntes .

where he served as nuperlntend- Sanford for years before coming -,; bell boy: Skipper Bagaley. 1 In a fur. a tax, deed. to be Issuedthereon .

ent of the Pensarola Electric Company -! to Rtarke. When he died. he novelty tap; Ann Braddock In a years The of Issuance certificate, the numbersand descrip. BACON Purchase Your

and later to Tampa was employed by the State Prison toe tap; Sandy Poynter novelty lion of the property. and the names LB.39C Tires Today
where I IHo I hill billy In which It was assessed are a>
he held a similar position. I Farm at Raiford and Koch's Drug number Linda Sutton follow'

was brought back to Jack-' ;Store In Starke. I Queen of the Circus; and Gall Certificate. No. 11T and take Advantage of this
1( Year of Issuano 1>4J.
4S aonvllle In 1930 a* general '
superintendent : Surviving him are one daughter Description of Propertvs: Blk II.
5 and In 1939 was elected ; ) Dr.Seymour Ha''nn, Park Sec 31, JS. T. 7. 8. Huge Saving
5, vice president of the Motor Trans I -fra. T. I. Harris, and one grandson H. 12 E.

alt Company. About seven years'! T. I. Harris, Jr., both of Day-. R. MarcoOPTOIETRIST Name In which assessed:: Mr*. Sarah STARCH Argo Se

a ago, he was sent by the manag-J j tona Beach. I Pkg. WHILE THEY LAST

ln'f company to Ponce Puerto Rico I Funeral services were held) QUICK LUNCHor
Examined
p"! worked there with the Eng- Eyes
,1
Itch government In liquidation of Tuesday afternoon .In the Episcopal -I Glasses Fitted FULL MEAL OUR STOCKS ARE LIMITED

utilities Church at Sanford and laterI .,;
properties that the British Yellow
Rose
121 W. Call St.
y, Were seeking to sell. I' meat was in a cemetery adjoining ] FLOUR 1-69
Ph. 219 Starke Fla.Ar .

Bertie Surviving Edward.are, his and one wife,daughter Mrs.-|! the church. I j.. I 25 Lbs. Sale Starts Friday, June

Mrs. Jack Long.

I I I THROUGH MONDAY, JUNE H

Legion Auxiliary I


The regular monthly meetingof SPECIAL =\

the American Legion Auxiliary PURE SERVICE STO
Post 58 -- ,
will be held Tue dar. a .
'
Juno 19 at 8 pm. at the Legion THIS WEEKONLY OL f jar Madison & Walnut St.
Home on Call Street. Hot weather eating 'fa sure O. T jut phw

All'el'trlble' to be enjoyable when .
Starke
prospective membersare you Fla.
Invited. t dine on good food in the .. "" ". .
StRpTI .. . .... '. h. .' .-
EE 4 cool pleasant surroundingsof ... _. ,.j .
.
Central Restaurant. ..; -- - -
- -..,.
CLASSIFiEDj Here you'll find your fav- -

s e orite foods prepared the


FOIL M...FlKNT W M. Hlliox KurnlhhHd. S mil.l-rm.. ...h./. / best way of you like them. And
Htarko on old Hlanillntc. I all--our prices are

tip | always reasonable. EMPLOyEEWANTED

WANT n--Turho. hlldr..n'
I' wllh
(land. rperlnnr., with rhlldr..nl. In- COST Drive-In to Central today
'
t..tod In raring for o'hlhl ot EXTRA for
a sandwich
.working. mother. h" day during, NO or a full
ummrr, Contact au Oh..k $t.Ile q course dinner.
ei9! t ; "OliRt2S .

FOR HAt.K--Missionary. Htrnwberry BU110N CENTRAL
r .1 Plants r<*adv for June settlnir. OrtcMasad
Pv 'j.b or thounand:i ml, Restaurant
mile southeast. of Mtarke I: M C. witb seed &
.
"
"RUSt.r" ll.lg.r 3 Hi Iin'
I Drive-In
FOR nKNT: -Hmall house, ftirnlnheil.

Just redecorated. Insld. Has' stuve, sa.W. ,
gap hot water boater electrlr re. I !-! ? ? --'_.-
'.h..n I..r. ear. ...hoot call
H1-W, 615 McM.ihon 8t Adults
only I,.,. i WE WILL
C. T. BEGIN TAKING APPLICATIONS
WANT TO VENT email. farm, with V. FOR EMPLOYMENT
.
prnnil hot* on It. hy ynr or

I "month..., ,.* w R/.eke r .Rtnlimkrr, lit. on V, a>afit Major"DEER Clayton DELOSOS"SI. allure" .


r FOIL AA .n: ... .. .. .
-Thr AKC r .I..t.r i1niippUii "Beor "
belongs, the
brewer tell Tues.
r"ck..r 1..11. I old
mo. s
tees> Kill Thornton. flux 17J N ua.Beer. Morning June
Slark. 26
tip '4 N eec belongs| r Yea. let UK see 9:00 A. M

tS>MT niitrk. wallet. Hampton tak.l| All that flaunter Beer belong to: ,
W..n..pMjr a r lor noon. Flmtrr. tlffr belong to
tragedy:
keep mnnrr l.rnv
wallet
Urmlforit T.l"irrnph ..ffli-i>. .Inmm at. c : Beer belong' to drunken driving.

W John.on. lit I, boa IIS!larke. I'' ____ steer belong to highway wrecks AND
EACH
Doollt' bruised and nialmed. and DAY THAT WEE/ THROUGH FRIDAY
,
FOR MAI.K k't :< and pi>tnrn I bleeding,
"Twin .) Fern., l Int. :. Broken
ho, lid Htnrk_It"> arms aa.ll..gs and neeke.feer .

FOR.Th.rrv""LF."nnln Ht For more bun Information**low. 111 ': belongs to- family quarrel. .

cell 13. Ilatml. Infidelity;
Itp |
1'111 Boer belimga to childhood :
'I'H t 1 ."!.-/"IHI'I.K-1'01 Its t, Doomed blighted,
d TO OAI.IKOKNIA. l-ntallna. two Na.. to Innernrlty. i Anyone .
I tlonal Pnrk. Rno Denver.. ..to WEEKLY j Beer make. dad act queer and Interested : ;'
Oo on. rout, return another. ? :, .'. .
o foollMh ;
.. tBeer
I.- July Sr.l. return July !Plh. ryJl's
'
Ttonil* d 1 bv nnv..rnm.*nf l.lr.>noil a' make. mother silly too, :
t>v irr Fnr Informiitlon write: Children .
Ttn..r Q Wllllami, Tour. I41T 2 Rebuilt byt allk.'h, should folk Please
fnunMn, Orlando Fl.. "tpr.'iUrOtTPLF I drink It?"

RP.P'ISF.O ) with tnoanil.. I CASH t Experts Beer hel ng.r That's why they

will .Ink.' mnnlt. HIM tn rnl* n" dot
their.! .own All inrriponrton'. '* : "&Yr..Clulrvde l lI Call
PRICE
nnnfldKntlal' Addres. Bret By Our Office
"'!Ork._. Box 411'|411W.''tHAM t 0. New, Motor belong to rape and murderItextlal .. '
,. New S-Speed crime of every aort.

II 1t.....,.AS.. _RF.P".t. .... $15.OO Down Coetrola, ,, Beer belong. to Jail and psalm
R............... ....,..r....All_. M..,rt............. yt N.w;Sew UN L Beer belong to crowded court. 1 3 S 3S /
,. .
I., .,,,
r..... .a .......e'..,.Hr.. ..,.".... I Sl..... 59191 w Corryiny Beer belongs to cheapened moral, WE EXPECT A
1 d r Stolen virtue, loathed diaeaxe, GREAT MANY

WIOnlNO!: ANDlRTIIDAT CAKEl emlorhea, tear, remorse. sod APPLICANTS, SO WE WILL GET TO YO
-13 110. Orderi tnkn .
Ol/t "ltn""... Phone. "at.J.Dabmr.If ,.. _row. AS SOON AS .
Beer belong to alt of then f fBeer POSSIBLE

MEAT: MARKINlt 'NK-oUII.In.I, l WE WILL
to conform t'< IT a ..."t of A..rl.riiltur ,. 11 belong to wealth-mad brewer USE MOSTLY WOMEN
sn..'lffrattonn 4 tie! ,
r..stn.d County T lginnh l-
tf I t+ ,1 Caring not for God or mast!
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Beer
belong to
filthy
NRW I..( w PRIC"Iun\ n-mlnrrton tavernsSneaking
Addlnr. !Va.'hlnn. Al.o every legal bentBeer will be in Production in

them ton. PortiihlTvn at Bradford. .("wrlt>IInt.lI..n.ln"1 l ,.,,....;.{ belong to < I Beer part July
raph.. ,. MAIL. belong to bribe andthreat we get our Machinery set as
'j 'I f : ; up.

HaaaurSt It a''./....''...''9'ePt....H ,n.n.p.P,.... w. -This k Coupon Today/;/ Beer .belong.* to all that sordid!
PART.1.519. neeel..e1 Truly "..... belongAnd
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1 I 403 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. our land to .beer surrender.

FOR BAT.T-I.'n"m hnu.... I .1'.... j Nor forsake. the flowing bowl.
All modrrn. ,>nv.nl'.nc.. I ml' I would like a free homo demonstration of your fully tOar. tantttd Nor condemn
aat of fltarku |l (too Cash o' rtbvW Singer Sowing Machine at no obligation to mo. j It* power to rula Big Dad
t"rm.-rna" r. 8h-ph"rd. In' Human heart and mind and

W, Call 8t, Phone 139 t< d Nam* ............................... ................ jI I Never soul shall we come to Manufacturing Co. Inc


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central thins turnleh.d hoarlnv' .. air cool..|. Pv.rr- I City .. .................. ..... '.r our destiay fulfill! Tenth & Church
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U.ln. room dinette. kltch.n I If g. F.O. AJJr..-PW M sVs.4 .-. Beer destroy the strongest aa- StreetsUN151951
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