Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In IS79

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/ ? unconfirmed Report Says Contractor

\Will Submit 301 Bids On July 6 : Pedd1ers Pegged ;

a lot. of fIsh l

.,,11,..ll. a "lttl1 According to information received yesterday by the Telegraph -

nt of boY, but prospective bidders on the work of clearing the right
l .>um| of way for the
right I bt1, ,, prnVfdtrn 301)) have been proposed widening of Temple Avenue (US. '
submit their Wd to the State, Court
,,, for ()- Howl DepartmE\Jlt in IBy Order

,1,1, K: ,ldlet I I >40-.Ithn...."y...6<"i .tun.., \hn.was not Tallahassee_ an or-0 on Friday. July 6. 'J

Who It "IM'n"lInun" "lth1111I,1" 1 tidal announcement it was re-. Road 'Dt'PRrtml'nt' at 100000.

Jolv d from what Is considereda < making the total project cost In .
nu'Ut..rat reliable source I excess of a quarter of a million

Sompiw It was said that It would be desirable I dollars. City Ordinance Solicitors
1; | ncerned to appear before the I funds for the right of way

h 00 k. 1 11W' road board at ,this time In order wlileiilng, but this must be repaidby 1 Upheld In Circuit Court Case HereThe
frumt- that arrangements! for clearing" I the county over a period! of James F. Klckliter, 82, ..

the right of way might be expedited year merchant for many years, I
fNIi l lon I... frothLiilm' as much I Local ''a '
as j business Jacksonville
possible. interests hospital
day of the door bell ringing brush and magazine
The Board of County CommU-' that the widening project ran be morning, June 21, :
loners will likely have representa completed before the advent of the lengthy I IIInt' a. ..' .salesman was apparently ended in Starke this week when thecity'it

tLf.dL ; --- tion at the meeting, It was said. I fall tourist ftoaaon. Horn In Clay. County I : j disputed Ordinance 130-A, regulating and requiring

4 It will be necessary to tear down L Several oil companies and other Kingsley Lake. March III, ', permits of solicitors aiul.canvarfsers! was upheld in a court

Ir |>rotoml lty' : and rebuild several buildings, In I interests are awaiting completion !I he was the son of the late ; : :; I action_ before! Circuit Judge A. Z. Adkins.

Kerns. -' order to widen, the right of way lof the road widening before startIng Leonard \V. Klckliter, well In Its far-reaching effect, the

the desired amount, and the cost construction of modern, service Uuptlst minister, and (' ;;::: order' by Judge Adklin, I answer to the plaintiff's bill of _
,. of this work has been estimated I, stations and other structures.The '|Jones Klckliler. the bill of complaint and complaint and made a motion to

I at $136.000. The actual road build. road will be widened from :, He was a lifelong "" ing a temporary Injunction J IdlsmUa the Injunction restraining",

[ding Funds Unlikely To Reach ,I Ins:.Itself hat been budgeted! by the the north c'tv limits,_ to-.- Call_ __ _Street.onn. Starke. After finishing ,I ed by OInn/ Mills Incorporated the city from enforcing the ordin-
Tennessee, ..
i school he attended could have the ance. 1
t White Sprlnga for two of making Impractical for In It. answer the stated
Until Late JOB HUNTERS 'SWAMP' FACTORYOfficials Inter taught for a few years salesman taking orders for that the regulations embodied City. lathe

ropriations Stage JulyDefense / schools of Bradford and or do, service business for future delivery ordinance applied not only to _
counties lie was married solicitors whose businesses are not
of the Big Dad Manufacturint Co., Inc., stated late Dora Walnwrlght limits of Starke.It I located within the city, but to rest-
Department's requeue for $3,722,000 with whlih to that they have been "swamped" with applications for work .who preceded him In r Is not considered likely dents and non-residents alike.

mllillng. .Camp Blandlng U. not expected to rea,'h the appropriate sance their emolovment office was__u nnonmi_ ._ Ker_. ,_. _Mrmriav..__, 1D30. San. Olan Mills will appeal' to a Therefore, the ordinance was not
te ... the latter part of July an Informed 'source In Wat-h I They urged applicants not to u. n .n. Mr' Klckliter filtered the I Pa- I court In view of tile fact that discriminatory, the city saiil., I

old the Telegraph Thurmlay. I become discouraged If they are taken. filed and then reviewed to I chandise business early In ; Kkk'i United, Smea .Supreme Court The answer further stated that _
landing item was part of not Interviewed Inmedlately as It pick out the best qualified persons I; operated a grocery store in ; June 4 handed, down a "the business of canvassing and
ilx billion dollar "omnl- When and If the Armed Services la Impossible to process more than before any actual hiring Is I I until his retirement 15 year denying an appeal from the soliciting Is a fit and proper subject -

.. which I Is now being rby Committee grants the "authoriza 20 or 30 applicants per day. done, it was said I Since then ho made his Call preme Cqurt of Louisiana In a for police regulation under the ______
tion request" for the expenditure, Involving the City's police that the business I_ _
Chairman Carl VtnongServiceu Taking applications will be a Therefore all Interested Klngsley Lake where he' same principles power;
persons I
the bill will go to the Armed the action brought here of canvassing and nolleltlnor _
Committee. continuing process It was said In rental until
obtaining employment in the property, a year I *
rommlttee atarted "grind- Services Sub Committee of the Appropriations and applicants who are not Interviewed factory are urged to come In at when because of falling and Initial Test Is a commercial activity which by

the lengthy defense re- Committee. Rep. one day are urged to return their. convenience and be InterviewAd. he went to live at the I .* The case decided here this It. nature and method of cquduct
edncsday and could easily Robert Slkes of Florida U a member later after. the Initial rush I. < his sister the late held was the first legal test of the may readily lend (Itself as an Instrumentality -
of this aub committee. of fraud and
o or three week to corn- It Is hoped to have the machinery Conway, in Stark In ordinance No. 130-A. passed deceptio.io -
The sub committee will then report over.The the the public and Is
Council and upon a fit
work It was laid. Mem- time element has nothing set up and the factory readyfor :\ I He was a faithful Rev. signed by
to the
Appropriations Committee subject regulation
J. R. by the City
Die Defense Department to do with the actual hiring It was production by the middle of the First Wainwright last "
aa a, whole, after which' Baptist 0. Rather than .f Stark
oiled before the stated. All applications will be in attempting to
to testify action the actual appropriationmight August Stark and was serving a Plaintiff Pay. Cost
pose an
he In justification of .their be made. honorary deacon at the ( the unusually high Following the here
fee hearing
on solicitors and
Col. Richard W. Pearson, District Soil Conservation District Supervisors his death. H. was the first (which action has Monday on the City' motion fora
I I repeatedly
hand E. Bennett told the Army Engineer with head To Be Named In Election On 10thAn ber to unit with the church C.. held unconstitutional by Summary Final Decree In Its
h this week that the cur- quarters In Jacksonville told the It. founding In Btarke courts), the city's new favor. Judge Adkins, basing his

irlnjs would likely not bend Telegraph yesterday that no contract election will be held In j turn of the century. He also sets forth a long list of decision on the recent U. S. Supreme -

that no worthwhile pur- for construction at Bland-, Starke on July 10 for the purpose vatlon Districts Act. Includes any ed as Sunday School E with which the solicitor>> must Court ruling Issued an
hId be served by havingI log have been let and will not be of electing one supervisor for a person qualified to vote In general I: ent for 24 years I ply before, being Issued a. order dissolving the temporary Injunction

I person Interested in the until his office receives a directive three-year term and one elections under the Constitution to do business within the city. and dismissing the bill
supervisor '
lion of Blending come to following the actual appropriation for an unexpired term of and Statutes of Florida and who Welfare Clients The ordinance sets forth of complaint with prejudice and

too at this time. of funds. two year for the Bradford Soil Is also a l landowner In the district. [ this action was' taken by the assessing all costs of th. pro-

Conservation District. i| The two place to be filled '!**- And Tighter voli:1 cit "after due and careful ceding against the Olin Mills com

Draft Law Tightens Up' Regulations ; Voting .will .take place between| this election are those of V, n. Welfare payments must r sideration" fur the protection>> pany.Ardlnnnc.

9 a.m. and 3 pm. on that date In Ferguson, whose one-year term duced ; "the health, safety, comfort 103-A define a
Framework For UMT and restrictive
Program the county agent's office In the Is expiring, and George F, Flynn nta convenience of the public In canvasser or solicitor. "any
into effect basis for
put a* a
courthouse.All who resigned as chairman of the City of Starke." Individual. whether resident of this
and tougher law which assistance State
ting ,
'1e draft to 18 1-2 and qualified electors residing Board of Supervisor effective Commissioner Sherwood ln' In its bill of complaint. I City of Stark. or not traveling
the Induction age of 383.000"t matically whenever It I U possible within the district are eligible to June LFerguson announced and Mill. a photographic firm either by foot, wagon automobile,
deferred to halt the dratt. The bill's sponsors vote. A qualified elector as defined has been nominated following a employs traveling solicitors motor truck, or any other type of
registrants 19 bilLs
settled for a stand-by program In the Florida Soil Conser- I for re-election. passed and per. 'leged' that "the regulations, conveyance from place to place
23. has been
signed byt made at the 1031/ Legislative
from house to
> Truman. requiring specific approvalby strictions and conditions .. It'I house or from
"VI also sets up the frame- Congress later on. Guardsmen To Leave Tobacco Growers sion. to doing business under the street to street within the corporate -
"I' The old draft law would haveexpired The welfare agency had dinance are excessive, limits of the City of Starke
!> a post-emergency Training program'UnlWlllary -. July 9. It now Is extended Saturday, July 7 May CompeteFor mated that during the next ; and unreasonable on their taking or attempting to take

free would have to passto until July 1, 1953. There Is no termination For Ft. McClellanSaturday Cash PrizesAll nium beginning July 1st $ I, and In effect deprive plaintiff '' orders for sale of goods wares 6
707 would be needed to the and merchandise personal
law UMT date set for the UMT that privilege of doing business prop
get actually
program. July 7, at 12:15: members Florida flue cured tobacco the program at Its present on .Starke' without due process. erty of any nature whatsoever for
of the local National Guard, taking Into consideration the law" future delivery or for services to
r the new law the draft agere A ceiling of 000.000 men Is seton .producers are invited to enter the llv ,
13 1-2 through 25, as ) total strength of tl, Army, unit HI). & Hq. Co., 121th Infan- annual award contests. for 1911 ticipated Increase In the High IViurt R....-. : be furnished or performed In tin
to 19-through-2S under', Nrfvy and Air Force. The services try Including 62 enlisted men and Purpose of the contents Is to encourage receiving assistance and the Hut th, recent IT. S. future whether or not such Individual
'I I creased cost of living. The iins, carries 6r for
l laW' However. each local now don't plan to go that high. 10 officers will be among the first production of high quality a Court decision>> In the ca Under of the 267,001) will lator approved $33,619,032. H. Breard. sale of the subject of suc\ial. or
iut call first all available both the draft and UMT Guardsmen who tobacco. a magazine I
"nd over. Congressional ex- programs men would serve either "hit the dusty trail" for their an- I The three preliminary contents The welfare board had .. versus the City of Alexandria. whether he Is collecting In advance .

Id It will be months or even i i actively or In the reserves a total nual two weeks of field training. will be conducted at warehousesin 'that $27,408,450 would be ''I declared. that "The payments on such sales or

before any registrant of eight years. This would mean Local Guardsmen will travel by I I Lake City? Live Oak, and Jasper to continue old age all..l .. protection of property rights d'>> not. provide that such definition

than 19 Is Inducted. I six :years In the reserves for men rail from Starke to .Fort McClel.|I Each grower's exhibit should con- the present basis.l The the not make a state or a city shall Include any person who, for
reheat 21-month draft term drafted for two years active duty; Ian. Ala. More than 30.000 vehicles -,, Mat of 50 leaves of cigarette. to Lions act included $Z4,3i'>0.0<) the potent to guard Its cltlxen himself; or for another person,

hid to two years. I, and seven-and-a half years In the are expected to haul troops to ,I bacco tagged! to show the! name reduction of 10.S per cent by the annoyances of life because firm or corporation hires, leases
'lied reservists and national reserves for trainees after six and from camp, while others gain of the exhibitor, his county and the estimated needs. The regulation! may restrict. the uses, occupies any budding atruo-

h fa, who have been or may months UMT duty. experience In rail loading, some I post office address. asked for 11,641,744 for aid ncr of doing legitimate ture, tent railroad box car housetrailer

' norths. But veterans of boards the final say-) on college ed Hawaiian Islands scatt.r'l the contest may file his entry of 208 percent; $13.238,910 the Olan'Mills Co.>> was apartment shop, or any ,other

War II who since 'Korea. deferments. However, they are expected gain on-the-job experience In sea with the county agent before to dependent children In Stark on April 17 and place within the City for the sola

"i called back to duty to make use of current born movement. 1 I August 6.Exhibits. 1 5AOOOO: for child welfare ... with violation of Ordinance ) I purpose of exhibiting samples and
.. Inactive reserve can get nationwide deferment tests In In the preliminary contests and was allotted 7,000OOO., a H. was subsequently released I taking orders for future delivery"

r 17 months' service. making up their mind High It happens every summer--only. (. must be tagged for percent reduction; $3,003,409: : on posting appearance bond I Applicants' Chrrfcmlla
this season with a difference. Due i Identln-I the amount of $100.A. .
ration and for
placed on applying from
mea to feel the effect oftened.up. school students are deferred! under salaries with $2,300,000: a permit
l draft law probe the law until they graduate: or to the entrance of a goodly number 10 a. m., August 9. at one of the' a 23.7: percent cut; and $ J. Thomas Jr., local attorn the city to it') business, the appli
II be married men without reach age 20. of Army Guard units and most three places named above. for other administrative An who represented Mills In must file a sworn application .

" "nil with no dependents of the Air Guard Into active The winning exhibit in each pre Including utilities, the court action here, asked for submitting among other

.Iv.! .. Heretofore they Federal service sine September, liminary contest will be assembledat supplies, travel, and such In temporary Injunction "" "train thing a statement by a reputable
'n deferred In class 3-A. Toby Dowdy Signs this season's turnout of the remaining the warehouse in Jasper for Item a. rent, and received $ the city from Interfering with medical doctor dated not more

itt' men with other type Contract To Play troops will be smaller I :judging In the sweepstakes conteston 932, which Is 28.? percent I plaintiffs solicitors or than 10 days prior to submission
dents. than last year's. Moreover. certain August 9. the request. i cameramen In view of the the application, certifying the

rewlaw says no registrant Legion DancesRav I cloHe-to-home training Kites are The sweepstakes award Is $50, There are two that the ., that they had already taken applicant to be free of contagi
f deferred for otherwise occupied now with the I while top prize In each of the pre fare ways of proximately 80 orders, .. Infectious, or communicable
dependency can on the
[t lore except In case of ex- Stone chairman of the result that many outfits will g !I ardshlp.< Congressional American. Legion Dance Committee ''to other camps than those they It Is hoped that there will be I and making appointment for of himself taken with.
' ex'umate Smith said. One Is to make of
men I cl. eliminatingsome
[reclassified 1A under this had signed a contract with Toby away from home". make plans now to enter the more who restrictive asslii- Tampa, who Is vacationing ooKlngsley C'ltjr Ask DliwnlMal and must make a state
are now receiving
i,n, Dowdy and his Dixie Lily Hi- With current employment of, contest. It will be a distinct honorto tance, and the other I la to reduce Lake, spoke briefly, out- This temporary Injunction as to whether he has ever

'"mated 150.000 4-F-ss also Pointers vthetrbv this musical many National Guard unit In the! win one of these awards. grant to all those who are eligible lining some of the dangers be sees granted by Judge Adkins on convicted of any crime or
" for reclassification under organization would. continue to Korean combat zone the dispatch] There Is some fine tobacco In under existing regulations on In the United Nations organization 19 to become effective upon .. .. At the time of fil

,Inn lowering the pa.Ing, play the Legion's Saturday!! night of two Guard divisions to Japan: Bradford County this season and a basis of their individual needs. ItII It is now sit up. tiff's posting a tWO! surety ,, the application a fee of $I
''r the Armv's Induction test dances at the Armory each week I and the Imminent possibility that, any grower who will take a little Maximum that needy blind or as required by Ordinance 11OA.On I be paid to the City Clerk to
to 85. i !f time can select an exhibit which a General Lowry said that American April 27 the City, the cost of
The law also fixes Both the Legion and Mr. Dowdy others will follow either East or ..d can be granted Is S3* Investigation of
will be credit to him and the & person
a I
I Its
" I attorney O L. Patten, filed
standards active should not flag above (Continued on eight)
" at the lowest were gratified at the turnout of West, the series of 15-day ; State. a month. For needy dependent put any page
*World War 11. but few :I I approximately 150 people at the 'duty tour can only add up to one I! children the maximum Is $27 for r the flag of the United State. Hot I

''M be caught by this since'n |', first dance last Saturday night fi-rim reminder: "Be prepared. In],I Man Shot the first child In a family group aid that the very foundation of I MAYOR PROCLAIMS SAFETY MONTH
rda already are about at and It U that within a case-" This may be the last Negro child '
predicted and $18 for each additional our Nation la the love of our _
mum. I _____________ ________
i I'I few short weeks this dance will chance for some unit to put their Trying To Enter The appropriations act, Smith families
'pw country our own and
. law carries bad news In 'become one of the largest In this armory training to the field te"tbefo..e I pointed out fixed the maximum I II a r our own Institutions above those WHEREAS. In the month of July, 19V O. there were more _
" form for about 2.424.OOO part of the state.A they make the "run for Home Of WomanFrank for any dependent child family I than 10000 accidents with 70 person killed and nearly 2.500
Ietrant i I of all other To
I surrender our
flip who now are de- full evening of dancing entertainment record I group at $81. In May, 3.230 out : person Injured In Florida and,
' fur whatever reason. Their I,I I Is promised those whc And with that possibility adding] Mitchell Hampton negro.''of the 28,900 family group. assisted sovereignty to any world organization WHEREAS this I. a period when everyone U thinking of
draft wounded In a shootIng -
'hroUllh senrlce Is con- I I I attend the dance next Saturday force to their pleas. Guardsmenfrom was Incident critically In the Jay Alderman I by aid to dependent children I Included I would be to endanger ourselves the brotherhood of man and the true spirit of Independence and

""'Yhlon age 34. I I I night at the armory starting at the Chief of the National auarters at Hampton about 2 a.m. 1 live or inUre children most ., the General said. what It means, and the Joy of living, and
:' def.rmenta.who by winning one Drug Store contributed the door have been striving for. and to a I According! to Information sup-| affected by' the new law. I will be held next Wednesday, period of bloodjhed and, the unnecessary waste of life, through

"M' or whether for prIze. last Saturday night and I large degree getting, cooperation!, oiled by Sheriff PI D. Reddish. The "budget n.eda" Of individual which Is the Fourth of July. reckles*. careless and drunken driven and careless and drunken

..Irh| age family 28 reasons> man. two other Starke business houses from business and Industrial firm, Mitchell came to the house of I receiving assistance I I. worked 1 I pedestrians and.WHEREAS .

1ft, and thus, escape will contribute door prUe forth In granting 13-day extra vacations Louise Turner. negro mother of out on a statewide basis of coat. Correction Of ItemIn the Florida Safety Council I Is calling on all citizens .

' coming dance. or at least straightaway several children and demandedthat I and allowance within the maximum American Legion Posts veteran
the 'law I organizations civic _
,'i'i( 'pecifle that The general public Is cordially : military! slave for Guardsmen. i i she let him In. When she refused The welfare commissioner last week' Telegraph It was
clubs enforcement officers and others and Is
". tryingto make this ________
I for any or may be" Invited to attend. Every member of the local unit, h* I I. said to hare smashedIn said that the maximum monthly reported that four men were arrested month an occasion of solemnity and dignity In
ti* reason shall re- will attend with the poe lble *x-, food allowances currently I I. $1000for a. the result of a fight at memory of
for shot
the door and the woman those who have and who
V "W are today the
; wh.0' '' (or for UMT: ceptlon of Cpl. John L. Alvarez.]: an aged or Inactive person; $19 the Dew Drop Inn. This was not paying Supreme Sacrifice
that Buy Defense.Bonds him as he entered the house.Sheriff to reckless and carelesa driving
tt) program goes who has been in St. Vlncent'.iH ]|] for a growing child six to 12 year meant to Imply that the light
a",..IIntil they reach 33.c <>apltal for the put month with]| Reddish said that no of age: $11.50 for a baby. took place Inside the Ian. We are NOW, THEREFORE I. :J. R. Wainwrtghl. Mayor of the city

I t."tT provlslona re- Bradford Countlans purchased bond a serious Injury received. on May, charge had been preferred against I Clothing allowance made in Informed that the Incident actually of Stark. Flu, designate! the month of July a* a sat and care- _

I of'harp the n>Promlse with 5,475 the worth month of Defense of May. State 2'. I the Turner woman pending the computing the budget needs are I took place on the street com ful month, urging that driver and pedestrians b* careful aid

ttOent Pent *on which during Guardsmen will return home oni I I outcome of Mitchell's condition.He $362 for an Inactive maa $331j,I, distance from the Inn and we are cooperate. _
,, nDw of a program : total for the same period was girl or glad to publish this correction. Signed: J. R. WAINWRIGHT \
IIIJ and 13.66 for a growing !ofayor.iho .
II) Into effect auto. I 1792.369. Sunday, July 22. at 10 a. m. I* In a Galnesvlll hospital. I 'I I a



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t TWO .... -_ ------ APPRiHIn suit for Divorce. eiidtody and eon. ..th
i -- In Lawtey over :OTICR TO .. ..or minor child has ,
x I : of Birmingham, Ala. are vuMtlng friends Circuit Court Bradford Cottntr tr l beanfll.cl ?" .>
avaltiit/ you In the above ( ,
'"' .
islting her parents, Mr. and Mrs I I'n the weekend. Florida* In Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED LAWTEYI. B Arwood ': W M.irlvi, ,: DifondnntNo. 'rt'<> serve a the of your on,'"
MARKING INK: No. 1471Nitli' answer ploarilnir to complaint w..J" t ternph
i Walter Terry of Chattahoochee I on the PlantlffH Attorney T. Frank
IS70FubllHhnl E. L. MATTHEWS oWNE.-aolroa .. II. Futrh la visiting his niece Miss Elizabeth Guaranteed to conform to I', 8. To tppfA. I Landrum. Stark, Florida and file n". r p
whnnJrp the original In the office of the (OFF'B '
.. regulation Hfti. rt W :Marler
Agriculture T.
Terry, and other relatives. Dept I .ld,> and atMr'" I I.. Watson "i'lrk "f thiflu"It Court on or bs
1 KnbTPd an SpcolldC' Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Tounson 4 01 bottle 73c. Bradford CountyTelegraiJ1. Avenue iKi', Kant urn nICe. N. J, fore Ih-. 9th day of July, 1951'J : trm. '0'' .
Every Friday Mrs. Loca Whitten and Mini hereby l notified that a
the Pout at Starkn. Flu. Dora Johnson of Cake Butler were and children of Lakeland were [ You are .. ... ttielu7.
Matter at .
.. '' "'' '" II'-';' :: "-:: : : ".::';.. :"" ."::.:'::': : ,... :'[ ,,, .
A vl.IUng In Lawtey on Wednesday .....- ..--.r aswr.a.osTraci' nrnewrte 717 r--- J._Inwnr:, :.. aoe.w :: : sGa
(3)) 1951 of lasl week. V 1MII III.! _J:-
( Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. returned .Maid

L 50 Fur Six Months home on Sunday after spending
Subscription $2.51)( Annually I a week with her daughter, Mrs.

f B Nelson-ach. Blocker at Jacksonville MUSTARD PICKLES23C

Russia Must Prove Her Sincerity Mrs. Alice Langford and Mr.
John Longford of Lake Butler Sweet Mix Whole DuI
6-oz. 9-ox. 24-os.
for are being were dinner of the T. I 22-011. Jar
Once again our hopes and prayers peace guests tar Jar Jar 22'01 Jill
i'' toyed with'by the Reds in the now-familiar oblique manner Wainwrlghts on Father' Day
which they use so expertly. Of course we all fervently hope Mr and Mrs. Mack McGulnn

that there !is some real foundation to it, and that it is not and Eddie and children Bobby,Barbara of New,York Karol are, 81C 132c29c 1geIIIIII1I't
just another of their propaganda moves. But we have reasonto .
vlHltlng relatives In the Lawteyarea w l.rz.J
be skeptical of their words. .
I Their action in frequently proclaiming a desire for peace, j Mr. and Mrs. ,., B. Crosby and _il''F1fF -- .. "..."""-" "'''''''/ '
I is not too much unlike that of a man on shore who rescues a son, Larry, of Greensboro and Mr. "FillPI ;;n '
1 drowning man. only to shove him back into deep water again, and Mr. John Dominy of Bald- IT "FREY BENTOS" "
i and to repeat this several times. Each time with the words: win were dinner guests of Mr. '

h' "I want to !save you, believe me, I wouldn't think of letting Crosby' sister, Mrs. L. H. Futch { HIGH QUALITY..-#, :
you drown!l" on Sunday. "" ,"- B'E E'F' r"
I Of course this example is far fetched in many ways. For Miss Betty Durban has returnedto 'f/\ ', .- 1 J
her home here after some time tOilE.
the free'world are not drowning, for if we were
one, we of spent with relatives In Hampton.. JDl".l.. 112'0' 1\
it is highly unlikely that the Reds would assist us. But we : Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Casqueand 1
illustrates the point that while the Reds pro- ,
1 do think that it [ children of Wlldwood were
fess to want peace, they have one reason (or a dozen) whyit weekend guests of his mother "MJ Maw nosia! yuiq
cannot be obtained yet. Bunt Crews returned home on Can 33C
All of which brings to mind the memorable words of Tuesday after spending some time ///,1'II'_
Winston Churchill when in speaking of the Nazis he said In Kiverilde Hospital because of .l___,...
i vehemently: "What kind of people do they think we are!I" Injuries received In an automobile Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thurs., Fri. Sat., June 28-29-301 I

Indeed, what kind of people do the Reds think we are? They accident several weeks ago ..
Bunt's friends are glad to see O'Sacre<; or Highlight; !; Fancy Florida Orange -
, know that we desire peace and yet they play with our emotions I Colored Quarters Margarine;
,d like a cat plays with a mouse. They know that we live him out again.

, 1' f at peace with our neighbors, a* both Canada and Mexico will Fay Durban in this who accident was also has Involved -I II JUICE A6-oz Can 19CHits MARGOLD Pound Ci

t attest. And yet they dare to make a mockery of the word answered the call of Uncle Sam
, l peace and keep the whole civilized world in a state of turmoil. I Is now stationed at Lackland
'J I the SpoIl! 6 Bottle\ Ctn. (Plus Dep.)
'" Hut once again let us hope that our prayers for peace will \Field, San Antonio, Texas.
lie answered. the United Nations Forces in Korea Mrs. Margaret Brassell
d I' Perhaps i of Jacksonville r/j
have demonstrated that while we yearn for peace, we will Is spending this week ..PEPSI-COLA 23-I
also fight for it, .. with her parents, Mr. 'and Mr. T .' II I It
f L, Walnwrlght. Mr. Brasell, a ,
I member of the Naval force, :has Hospitality Sign; 6 Bottle Ctn. (Plus Dep.)
Have Nerves It Here
Hogs Says been transfered to Brooklyn from
whence he expects .to go to sea in for the 4 ; aF
Every day In every way modern living is becoming more (he near future. COCA COLA 23cVan uY 5e }lot DogS ( '

and more scientific and complicated. )For example, we've always Miss Enza Blanchard, Mrs. Mae' Hurry RMAN'S IWTI4
thought of a hog as just a hog and let it go at that. But Wells and son, Ernest, were in ONE DOZEN N 'rCr ONW
according to a Swiss veterinarian; a hog is just a big bundleof Jacksonville Sunday afternoon Camp's Pork & I ES

nerves and must be treated carefully.He calling oq) Mrs. Louie H. Hill who I -
maintains that hogs immediately reflect the nervous I Is in St.'Vincent's' hospital for a BEANS 2 No 2 Cans 29'' 1 TV.Ll liW ww

state of their masters. And further that when. addressing physical check-up. 55
Mr. and 'r-
hogs it i id advisable call to them in dulcet tones if you and Mrs. J. D, Robinson
daughter, flSRHtewg'Grade
wish them to grow into fine, big Number Oneil.We're the weekend Dorothy in Plant Ann spent Educator
City. Mr.
but try as can't' imagine a Bradford
sorry we may we Robinson was guest speaker atl 1
I County farmer calling up his hogs in this way: "Come the South Side Baptist Church SALTINES Lb Box25C

I you little darlings. Come and get your dinner, and don't Sunday morning. Malcolm Thom- "A", Dressed & Drawn, Quick-Frozen
.1 hurry or you'll get your little tummies upset. kina of Kalford supplied the
.4 1 Contrary to our foreign friend's findings, we are solidly church here in the absence of Mr. .aair smrarr.r.nwa.msaari.esaar,
4 t, I of the opinion that the shoe is on the other foot, or hoof Robinson. 'I91L BRANDS BAKING HENS Pound 591
perhaps. If there is to be an improvement in the Man-Hog The Dally Vacation Bible schoolat _
:' : relationship we think that the first move is up to the hogs. the Flret Baptist church closed
Let them get together: and work out some sort of a treaty, on last the Friday church with a picnic lunch Sunnyland or Armour's Star Whole or Half
whereby they will refrain from the thousand and grounds at the noon
one mean hour and a
tricks which they perpetrate on Man every day in the week. that nIght program This school in the enrolled church SMOKED H.AMSLb 59
I As a starter, let them sign a treaty agreeing to stay in a field total of 98 children. .1

where they are put, instead of working night and day feverIshly Mr. and Mrs. Gray clou Jones I ,
j until they finally get out and root up a neighbor's gar /and daughter, Pamella, of Fort Tall ; ----
den. Myers were ,
I visiting relatives in
Let them make the first move, and then perhaps a farm Lawtey this week. The Joneses' CansStokely South Carolina Free StonePEACHES

1. \\,1 er might be inclined to call them In sweeter tones and stop were returning from a trip tc

4 the yelling cussing, and screeching which, it i lf alleged up Colorado SorlneaMlss rsnr : ri
sets their delicately balanced nervous systems.ALVAREZ' Charlotte Tatum a student Lb:49cCuban .
11 of the U of F In Gainesville, DicedBEETS Green GiantPEAS wee ,
spent the weekend with her aunt
Mrs. G. W Roberts, Sr. CubanAvocados
nil Men's The Howard Miner family of 111/2c ig2cKT

:1. STORE Established 1891 11111 Wesiconnett were Sunday guestsof No. 303 Can 303 CanArgo
:4 I his mother Mm. Efflo Miner. 2/0,49c
G. W Roberts
Naval Reserve, Is now who stationed la in the Land O'Sunshlne Gold Wli.co.RL13'2. ; Green & White

Family Out of Town For Vacation? at the Jacksonville Air Bane fora I > ( < LIMAS 1612 C Nice Firm JuicyLEMONS
period of three months training.
Make Your Summer Headquarters Mr and Mrs. Bobby Bennett of No. 303 Can I No. 303 Can
Melbourne and Mr. and Mrs. Richard 2 29c
.I at theGUIDON Bennett Jr and children of Lbs
Sunsweet Extra LargePRUNES ; Stokely Tomato
I Daytona Beach spent the weekend
I GRILL : with relatives in the Lawtey
area. JUICE ---
Mr. and Mrs. John Ramuussen 25c 13v2C Golden RipeBananas Calif. Large SizeCantaloupes Fresh MeatyTomatoes

I EAT. AT THE BUST: I home moved in this Fort week to their new l-lb. Box: No.2 Can 2 u. 25c lb. 191I
IX K O 10: T THE REST Myers and Mr. and I
Mrs. Rudolph Hess of Newark Golden I
Texas Yellow
OUR 50c LUNCHEON IS STILL THE nEST FOOD I N. J. have moved into the home I Flavorlta LimaJUICE Highlight Blended Celery 2 StAlk 15c 25:
BUY IN AMERICA: I which they purchased from Onions 3 "
Rusmusacn We regret to i< 5c JUICE 9V2C Calif. Santa Rosa 2 I
lose, for 49C Virginia
I Mr. and Mrs.
Raarnussen Plums
I IR tend.a welcome to Mr. and but Mrs. 6-oz. Can No. 2 Can Lb. 25c Cabbage 4h

B ALVAREZ &SON TRANSFER STORAGE COD ,.I from less.Gary a week's Bennett vacation has with returned his -: Bleaches! :. Disinfects! -:- Deodorizes! -:- Removes Stains

... II I I'If brother, fluster Bennett In San-
We operate local ', [
5=::s .' .t long distance :,: Miss Ailean Starling, a student
I Rp AL'4RE2 R5os anywhere' V. 8. I I of Riverside Hospital In Jackson
r 9, ville, la spending her vacation C
MOVING with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
EXCELLENT: I ISTOIUO.J Dun Starling. Atlean has recently,

Q { returned from a period of train-1 CLOBOX2 qts9
I hug In Indianapolis Indiana |
q-;: FACILITIES 1and Mrs. Johnny Trlbuia
I and mm, Jimmy, and Mr and Mrs
I Kenneth Thompson all of Buffalo
Agents For N. Y. are on extended visit with

DELCHCRBROS. See us first! i relatives in the Lawtey area.
Jesse Urlffis and sister, Mrs ,
-- HortH'it Puckhiim. and children
Tabl-Ready Cold
of Jacksonville were guest of lOc Cuts
I their mother, Mrs. Lou Griffin, on A' ChoppedOatmeal 8-nz. Spiced Lunch M & Mrs
-- Tuesday.The t tLAP lScgl ImUI 1
Meal Candy Coated
WMS of the Baptist church[ P*.. 35c
From where I or
r ..Jy Joe Marsh held the monthly social in the' Dry Cereal 8-or. Pkg. Pickle & PimIento Pkg.6nJC
home of Mrs J. B."Wyrlck Tuesday BABY FOODS 16ctor _

s afternoon After the usual] Loaf Pk(. 33c Castleberry's t No. 2

The Cow That Can't served program refreshments these In attendance of were Salads or CookingWESSON fl-oz. Pit,. Liver Cheese or BRUNSWICK STEW No.* 53;

made cake and fruit punch. home OIL PL 39 Qt 77c Bologna ?w. 28c ;,
; "Run
p Dry" Larry Carter of Tallahassee. is S-oz. I-to.! Sunshine Vi-lb. Nabisco i
Pkg. Boiled

Sandy! -Johnson- howed m* hi* From where- I tit, Mab Isn't. M.vacationing.. .and Mrs.with J. P.his Wyrlck.grandparents,, 8oz. Planter's Ham P*>. 65c Krispys Boa 28c Ritz| pkt 20c C |

Jtnej to.. Jut week. It Mrs.\ Kate COCKTAIL PEANUTS 35c
wu a the only one who sometime doe.n'\ Sellers returned I I Can
warn day and they ill under home Tuesday Pk; Yellow Band 12-oz.
were know where to atop. For Instance, from Alachua Insect Bombs-
V the tree seer a watering troof people often hospital and la reported Br'schweiger 35c i
carry personal opln. improving Emulaorlzad Veqetable ShorteningSNOWDRIFT ; I FLY 1.09 l
And darned If one cow wont Ion too far-like the person who nicely at this writing. S-oz. Pkg. Ye!. Band Sdwich TOX BOMBS Each
s pumping w>Ur Into the trough I wants ereryone to accept Ait Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs I-lb. Can 39c
H' a fact-tti 'd raJM the pump choice of political parties, or ballplayers A, J. Starling were their children, Spread PIli. 29c The Sweet Soap Regular( r<&**
handle with her nose, and use her ...or be..r...*. I prefera and grand children, Mr. and bin? Chocolate! or Vanilla Flavor, Upton's
,throat to push It down again. glass of beer with toy meala. I, Johnny Tritmla and children of ][raft'. Famous SWEETHEART SOAP 4 a.43c
"Thaf. Mabel.*Sandy explained know that a lot of other peopleprefer Buffalo N. Y. Mr. and Willis I FROSTEE Ic. Cream Mix. Pkq. 13c Ptmlanto. .
j.* ehe moved awar. "Sometime milk. But nobody ought Starling and Mr. and Mr. A. M. Pln.appl. of i at out
|they drink that trough dry and to Insist -"herding" othersaround Nolan, and children all\ of White j Ollv.PImIento D IA L SOAP low Buy 3 Bath day Cakrs".,; pt1ct
,;.he'. learned how to all it again. to his way of thinking. House and the H. C. Harley faml-1! We and one C mP p[
'But ah* doenn't know her awnstrengthturns ly of Lawtey. I 1 I CHEESE SPREAD Redeem Dial Coupona Size tree with
U e It Dally-Stop* 8.0. '
Mrs. children.f .
th. Joyce Futch and
plat into

)r if we don't watch her. awaaip k Mary business Elizabeth Julia Terry and were Terry attending, and Mis tc H.gular Cake 9c Bath Cake 13c '* 2 Jar. 39c 2 Cakes Small 23C yourIT 1+

Jacksonville last Sat.'
Copyright,I'ljl.UruuJ Stout Brewers foamAirtw urday. .
r Mr. and Mrs. G. McKinney and!I '

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with perspiratl-n that we just' : Mrs P W. Gainey, due to her ill r. .l.O., .. R, 'Hi ::1.I Be.x 7J3 Tu. M' ,,. -
walked off ', \i .I I !u l Fiulix. Sin 'iikt. 'it.' nth I in uhl, I h It VI''it" assessed are. aaf. ,'nd. M,, it.I,. fri,TM, I th. Il rot pub'"-
River Mule Is Allergic To Fish and left them. fleas She was accompanied byI SIu z i''i Hrollna. ,,110"!! caflon "t thin NOTIl''h'rw./: ...
are lur< tinotified' that I Yi hereby notified
Mrs. a u urn that a
Doyle Crews of Savannahwas I her grandson Richard Galney, who suit, ,". I>Uur.'". him. been filedaSliltet ,uit, for IMvorce baa been filed I ertlflcate Year of Ualiance No. 117. I94R the barred wild. t>y t 'iHiitiN statutes, <,r debt of. ,UmltatUin** will)] bj. .

home last week visiting tiei has been her guest for two weeks- ) tu, In the above named aitaltiNC. you ,In the abo\a namertCourt I I'iniiipti, ,.n of Property, TOk I, Thtii June. Ifiih 1961Zrna .
Ct'drt .
ItV Jnwlp Le Laitrnbytobacco. parents, Mr ,and Mrs. H. C \ arid, '''''* and you are reO'Hud and cause and you are requited llHtiipton Park H'.c. 31, 31, T. 7. 8 Brow,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green and tt erve a copy of your anmvivr to serve. a copy of vour auewerOt' H. ilK' Kxrcnirlx
nf ihftV'11 fHenry
-=- Rouee. and Mr and Mrs. i'r pli-adlnit' to the complaintrn pleading to the complaint on the I >
Kirby :Name In which Sarah
a..d: Mrs. ft: Pur\j". d.'d.Ills .
children- and Mrs. J. C. Cone vlsl.I the Plaintiff. I"
tobacco! how when and where to Crews. > Attornevn' B\an | Plaintiff' Attorney. 'rr.nk HiuaKer, .
put her T Fxiinn, and Neal! r Evan, Jr. I.andrum. Florida and I | 4t 7IO'i'lVE
I ted Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. Plummer gtarke. file All of mild being In the
1 s to se.. Every sled of tobacco. Mrs A. P. Hallman (Sarah Kel 101 LAW. Kxihanne Pulljlnu, JackfoiullU the orlnlnal: In the office of the County of Uradfurd"property Mate of FlorUila % 0.' "\It)
hre) That lyi* of lof Eau Gallic Sunday. Mrs. Cone Florida and file the ordinal Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before .. NoMc U hereby given that the
same -
k deep working In day a thunder storm Chattanooga, Tenn. visited and Annette Green remained there In the office of the Clerk of the the leth day of July In I I'nl..a *",'h lertlflcntai or eertl- Board of Otiuntv CommlNHlonor of
W. N.'. tobac- came up while] Conway was cropping her sister. Mrs. Roy Totnlln- Circuit Court on or before the 9th otherwise 'the allcitatlona of eald ('al... Mlutll' bi reileemed UrBrtfnrd Cnunl'v. Florida will r*.
.string" I wHh, them for a two weeks' visit any of July 1CS1.: otherwl theallegation Complaint will b. taken aa conf.*.. I to law the accortltnff eHva ceded bid, nt 10.110() o'oIok
now. She said with this same mule to the- son last week. Their mother. ( of ald Complaint will ed tv )ou. property 1".c'lb..d In AM. July 2, .rtni for the prlaoncf
alone uch
much about it's be- sled. There- were several severe- Mrs. Margaret Kelly, was with Tommie Hamilton Pet Douglas be taken aa confeed by you Thin notice hal. be puhllHhedonce he old certificate In I the. hlahiHt or icrtlflcatea bidder at will the >ll., prison ,dnrr and .(..el bar In
rd 110 flashes them and Allen Lewis visited- J. L. Alvarez Thla notice rhall be publishedonce each week for four coflseputiVew..ka ,......rt hoime the forinor. ('Ollnly Jail bulldlnll'.ltnnt..1
of also. Mrs. door on he first Mon
bard job but "pshaw lightning, and especial Kelly makes- her each week for four eonecutUaoeeki In the Hradfold County Tele"Tlated day In on the Nnrthwnt Cornerof
it. Just string!, ly one. We looked up and saw the home with Sarah during the .-winter who Is a patient In St. Vin ; in the Bradford County Tele.. I I. the I, Ith tntinth duv of of August AiiKtmt,Hill I9M.which the Court Hnim* Ix>t In Htark. .
cent's Hospital Jacksonville Sun r ph.Dated this 1'th day of June. 1951 The material Is offered a It now
01 /rings. Ann Is New fish-hater running and sand fly. but visits her children In this bl day of June, 11151 (OFFICIAL XKAf.) A. J. Thomaa Hated thu.A J.tub ,11l/ "f June, 1951. In and th. purchaser will b* required
and knew noWnam ing up, with Conway bringing Florida during the summer- day night. (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. J. Thnma. Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk Thomn of tn remove It from the buildInir .
Circuit Court of
raised up
I Clerk of the Circuit Court. Ity Haven Crosby Deputv ClerkFOR without materlallnJuy or dam
work until she and the rear as fat as he could go. Margie Moody, who is employ. Mrs. R. R. Carlton and daughter By: Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk Sill 4l 7j1OTICE IVadforil: County,! Florida I age thrto

and she mov- He vowed the lightning struck ed In Gainesville was home for Helen- visited Mrs. A. L. Crosby 6J| 41 6,99tOTICR 615 4t 'tIe| The purchaser will also b* rnulr
Ye married I :% 0" ,..P.... "'1'10'11 cut. tn pny the amount of hI. bid In
She fell right In between him and the sled, and the weekend. of Starke Friday.Mr. TO APPEAR T\\ lee-.:.. NOI'l<'H cash and will b* required to remove
farm. "cracker andy knocked him and Mrs. Russell O'Berry of l.. Circuit t....... n>a*..r4 ('...tP. llnow Hill N.. IWtlNOT1CK TO. WHOM IT MAY OINCKTIN-, the material purchased wlthltt
other over. I PlerKai. !. ( "......,,.. IM IIKKKHY HVKN that This I I. to notify you that under thirty days from dnt* of piirrha.
enjoy her farm life I We are all happy to have Mane | Mlcanopy visited Mr. and Mrs. R. renter O John. Plaintiff ".. Sarah R Y. Raxon the holder of the followIn the law all claimant and debtor Rv order of the Board of County
of tobacco Wiggins back home j R. Carlton Sundl.Y.I Helen darner John, Defendant *; certificate. ha* filed ald certificate are to file their "i-lalm aaatnt th* Commissioners( of ITradford County
speaking from the BROOKER C... No. 4M : for a tax deed to b. tenuedthereon RHlate Henry II Purvl, duly aworn Florida this 4 dnv of June A. r>. "5t
Roy Tomlinson has a : hospital. She looka well and we | S. M. Mott visited her otice To .4ppe" ... The certificate number to before a Notary Public, with A. J.* Thorn, Clerk
r. JoeLazenby To: Sarah Helen Oarner Johns, and year. cif issuance, the decrtptlon County Jmljre. of llradford (',uuntv. I Ills It *12$
t t am!lOne morning I I are glad ahe can be up and Mrs. tJ.: U>wlWMS Is i daughter, Mrs. M. L. Tllghman Shoe. residence and addrca la cio of the property, and the names before the expiration. of eight cal-
went to help around. In Gainesville Friday night.

ouse and Roy m the to- Bill and Marie Banks are : SOCIAL MEETING 'I Mr. and Mrs. Eury Mott of

d they were sent to breaking green field corn for The Woman's Missionary Society Gainesville visited his parents Mr

and put her to market now and getting ground' and Mrs. S. M. last weekend.
?II critter I met at the home of Mrs. Earl I Mott
Well they I ready for collards. I
aled. Willis and
co on Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Mel Vickery

et near her! She pawed. Ervin Andrews is "enjoying" a June 20, at 3 o'clock with Mrs. I children of Gainesville visited Mr

jJd,,j Bnorted every time summer j;. vacation from the U. of James W. Thomas, program chair I I| and Mrs Earl Green Sunday. They LET'S ,STAY- -NOME PLAY-AT-ME. .
bridle on .
to put the by working on the new road man in charge. were accompanied home by Linda

eine outdone, they gave Elmore Cason began on the same Mrs. Earl Willis led the Inspir. Gayle Green who Is spending this TI3IS

iay Rouse had to harness job Monday too. ing devotional and Miss Martha week with them.

then when they got tocouldn't We are very proud of the rain Willis played the. piano sceompanlment. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis of

oe ltltcbber to Sunday. We needed it badly. But .. Mrs. R. F. Cane and Starke visited friends and relatives SUMMER'I

OUM did that. I the. lightning was rather severe Mrs. Wilson Green- took part on Sunday.

: up later and said It struck a post at Jay .Moody' the
mne I program. of
Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Ogden
a because Joe had ont I farm and knocked a pot off the The business- meeting will be
Pompano visited( friends and relatives I
he had been fishing In. stove. It hit a pecan tree and ran held at the Baptist Church on '.
here last weekend. -
thIs fastldeous mule down a wire fence to a hog. pea Wednesday afternoon July 11, at I
aid Roy or no __ elaeleu where George Anderson had hogs 3 o'clock. Marcia Kay Hazen of Starke lithe IS

fcer If tJwy'wtbeen It killed one big porker right Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglasand guest of Mary Francis Hazen

jd, have on the -aame there and knocked-out four more.I children i attended the birth for a few days

They finally came to and were I day dinner in honor of Norman Mrs. Allen Conerly and family ., .

yi he decided one tisM all right. .1 Parrlah last Sunday. of Leeaburg visited F. D. Coaerly,, .- -

break her and tacked The work on the new road Is Mr. Eva Harrell and daughter a patient in Alachua County Hospital ,._ ea.e l

up in her "dining and now in the Brooker direction. The' Yvonne visited.Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gainesville, and Mr. and ,

the oil sister road.fromvN .River" to Mrs. Lloyd Barry and children > ,
rWell. w old,10O is Edwards of Worthington Springs .. j 4'c- .
led up in a, corner andd limed and In good riding con Thursday night. here Sunday afternoon. .. .

blew and fasted for ditlen. In fact, its in such good Mrs. Dave Gainey and children '

ys. But she still hates riding condition that the cars ot Palatka Visited Mr. and Mr. N. NOTICE TO APPEAR ,.......

look odd going by to fast. In the! G. Stokes two' weeks. In {'I...." .
of her peculiarities she old days they had to drag by in Mr. ,and Mrs., ,J. E. Edwards' .rldi In (.fc..r..y. I ? :IZ.
Plaintiff V*
I AlexanderMiintan, Jr ? ;
mlng qualities,' however. low. or doubleclutched.A. Mrs. Eva Harrell and daughter, Flora Ma.. Muntan. ".'.nda.t. ( I eO

day she was pulling the W. Whitehead had six acres Yvonne visited Mr. and Mrs. T. Ca.* No. 1500
Netlr. T. .... .
tobacco from the field too much tobacco. He plowed It B. Edwards of Worthington the To, Flora Ma. Muntan whose SEE ALL OF FLORIDA. '

out a driver. She came up last week. latter part of last week. realdeno and address I 1.: deneral ,..
Delivery, Atlanta Olto..I.
in front of the stringing Miss Ida Merritt and I picked Mrs. Minnie Atkinson Mrs. Eva You are hereby notified that a 'AMERICA'S FOREMOST I

I stopped. No one said blue berries Monday afternoon in Harrell and daughter were In .ult for Fivorc.has, been filed
acalrtet you tn th* above '
her but she, waited till Hubert Rouse's pasture. They Gainesville on business Monday. Court ana caua. and you ar* r** VACATIONLANDI

tas emptied and > then were plentiful Never before did Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeyand quired or to pleadina serve a copy to the of complainton your answer -

turned her around and we let them get us down, but we Mrs. Mattie Sowclls were the Plalntirra Attorney T
Frank [Landrum $Ktarke Florida and FREE for'' YOUR -AU.flORIDAVAanON
back. picked so bard and got so wet shopping la Gainesville Monday i file the orlsrlnal In the office of the Soggwtiom

rtalnly seemed to know afternoon. Clerk of the rircult Court on or before .
,, Rev. Earl Willis, Mr. and Mrs I the lard day of July 1961 : why .M up ......hl. vtrtikm rime **J money. ***...> c*
---- ..th..r.>l I. the allFtatlnna of said .
.--pPHONE -- T. W.' Markey Mrs. Mattie Sowclls Complaint will be taken aa confe ISO. to lr places, .hcti Betide liae .hyndexta al enrectioet

Miss Lubedia Plnholster Mrs. *.ed t>y" you. t .h ihouModt. oI.-rJe.iaj] MlllMins m lee.*4
This notice shall ha publishedome '
218 .*|oyl IC..ourolli..d-alt'.n'd.' l *PTM**calh -
ATTENTION Truby Plnholster and Mrs. Ross each week for four ConseCutiVe FIOXIDA POWER e. LIGHT COMPANY
Plnholster attended the funeral of week In the Bradford County Tele- >n i..cr...or thn li loot Chambrn. o( Cemmcrx ae JNM

LO NIAL Roswell McGauley held In Palatka I i ..r..ph.luited thin 20th day of June 1951. .I ..>.11'! '.I f icliin.| ...It.t fl<...........*.... '.. ncIJwauee..iI's. Vest
If You Have J. Thomas,
Wednesday afternoon.Mr. I Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
and Mrs. L. A. Molt and Hy Haven Cro.by, Deputy Clerk -- --_
OR 1ST PINE OR CYPRESS children attended church services 6j2l| 4t 7113

TIMBER TO SELL at Alachua Sunday morning. %rlK.. TO APPKAII .
Harvard Crosby former local In (Irrnlt L....... ttrailford ( .....F.
Small)) Tracts M..rliti In 4 hnneerr. '\ Fashion-wise !
LOv'E R S ..Large- or< resident now living InJacksonville, lt.turt t HVeller* Jr., Plaintiff,. VS .
visited frlendH and relatives- and Kmt-lle T. "..It..r. pffnndiintCa

ALL OCCASIONS: : We Buy All I was dinner guest of T. B. Pin. \..tl..* ')'*. Ippenr.TII No ttlt

holster Friday. : Kmell I.. Vetter, hone r..*l- .
I, I deme anil adilre, I7&fl4, 141tstreet with new Luxury Lounge Interiors I
Carl Ward of Jacksonville is
Flunhtna, New York t'io
visiting Mrs. Rosa Plnholster for It. 'Vu ,u.lu'rpol. pa',.
O You. are hereby notified that a Tb
(I) a few days.Friends Mult for nivorc baa been filed noreyou1ookatarstLewreyou'Ugreeyuucn'tbestFordf.ur
and relatives- of Luther fig"I nut vou I In the above flu, ",.*(l fc autyl IniiJa Ford'i new Luxury Lounge Interior you'll .re new,
Write or Call Court and Caller anil you .an' re-
Pin holster, regret to hear of his iiulrd to. curve. n rupv of your nn- smart-looking long-wearing ForJrraft Fslirir. fine, new Harmoniain/[ /( ,q,, "j '4 I
ISH CARDE..Sr01"l'ERY. death on June 23 at St. Peters wer or pleading to the nomplalnton '
and LranJ
the F'lnlntlff* Attorney T Affolnlmtnln, a new "Safriy-GIow" Control I'ancl ttitli 1 .1' ,

B. THOMAS burg. He was born and reared Prank Lamlrum. Stark, Florida anil all controls at your fingertips-sll liglilril imliviilually.; 'i'Irse, stud all $' ''' '. ,. 't
here- and the of the late file the nrlitlnnl I In the offli-e nf I the
son ',,, before Interior cllllom-bl'lIded l Hitli outiiile ', '., '
Clerk of the Circuit & uIrt on m" fitting, are colorntPowerwise t ," gu'i'I'I' ,'
TTED PLANTS LUMBER CO. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Pln the 21rd ilnv nf July lint / / I4fI

holster.Mr. otherwlHe' the wilt allegation b. .taken* a of. conMHett untilComplaint (5 ;/ ,' a1 ; ,i' (, 4 ,

WERS WIRED PHONE 211-J and Mrs. O. J. Mott and ,.. by vou : "

ANYWHERE .P. O. Ito\ 733 children were in Starke Sunday once This each notice week shall for. JVmr he. connecnllveweek published, ,_ i, : : I I

STARKE FI.r ..\. afternoon. In the Ilrailforil County Tfl.. ,
St Starke Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mott and .r."I1. -/ '
rntcd this nth 'lay nf June, mil I9'I
._ I children L. A. Mott and Mrs. C. i (OFFICIAf. KKAM' A. J. Thomas ,
-- .. Clerk of the Circuit Court
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Walnwrlght of State Farm.
Hy Haven Crosby, rk
and E. T. Stewart enjoyed a, fish I P1 'alY4tl 7,11OTITK /

r fry at Oklawaha River Thursday u'ith your choice of V-B or Sit "
\ 1O APPRAII .t.tFord'
night. I' In (Ireiilt C....... llrnilfnril Ci.unfr, .

Mr. and Mrs Elton Taylor and Plorlilat. In 4 haaeerr.line a V.8 is the tame type engine that America rtwtlintcsrs i i s. I
rJ OTHER, GASOLINE. children of Worthington : ( Mae Cummlno :Plaintiff v* II ,
Springsand Arthur Clarenc (f'ummlns, I>e- $
are lea luring. It's the only V-8 in the low-priie/ "'!, .
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rahn and fendant. /1 ,
Cae No 1499l and Larked ( A1
daughter Myrna Lou visited their it's hy Ford' etprrirncebuilding .j _
l .*lr. Tn Appear.To .
mother Mrs. Bannle Mott Sun : Arthur Clarence Cum minor., more V-8'f than all other m.Io..r.ooml.ined. I 4lJ ..

k who.flown.residence and nddrea I I. I'n- But it cells for I.... than moat sitvij \ ...
'II BEFORE day.Mrs.
DID THIS T. W. Markey Mrs. Dave You are. hereby notified that a And Ford's Six aril for even lee. I
I I lllt for Divorce custody of child
Green. Mrs. Robert liters, Mrs. and other relief ha* been filednicnlnNt .
Bill Blghatn and Mrs. Mattie, you In the above named
Court and 4'StISC and you are reriillred .
Sowell Home Demonstration Club [ to serve a copy of your *n-
members attended the Jo'lowerr ewer. or pleading, ; to the complaint
on the I'lalntirr* Attorney 'I'
Show held In Starke Friday. I Frank inilrum. Ntarke, Florldn *nd
L. R. Gainey of Jacksonville file the orlfrlpnl In the office ", the
Clerk of Circuit before
the Court on or
spent the weekend here with : th. Jlrrt. day of JulY. mi.othernle ;
friend and relatives. I the attestation of HHI|
'Complaint will b. taken aa ..tn-
Mrs. L. Z. Williams and children -, feed by you
of Dundee are visiting friends I i Thl notice shall ha pul'.n;-hit I -.e-
once each week for four CIIIIHI". uMve,, ,
and relatives here for a few days. i i week. In th* Mradford County T.t'-! \; '
Mrs. WIlHon Russ and Mrs rraphTinted. 1 .
this nth day of .1uti', ,, I "," .
Clarice Davia were business visitors (OFFICIAL SRM) A 1 Tli"11 .1' -4 I
In Gainesville Saturday. ;i Clerk i>r the Circuit, i '. .,rTy > I-'
haven Crosby D.*rnty ,I- >'b I
We are sorry to report- Airs. 0.1 I Sill 41 71"1 1 I '--a11W

A* Gay Is confined- to Alachim _

County Hospital Gainesville again 'O"'U'.I OK e M pft ilF'. III \t.HTAkK :
: NOnCH that unilfr' anil t\ _
We wish her a speedy recovery. i virtue of an execution IPPII"* ,il I .T"f _
Robinson the Circuit ('...rt of Unulf., "i 'I I
C Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 4-c--
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( "nIY. KlnrMn, the flr t tint r _____
and children and Mr. and Mrs. L. K* liruaryr 19(1 upon a judirmrendered *-' I .
visiting : by sail, Court In ,, r : jI-
C. Robinson of Dundee were .
tain au*. 'lately, therein pt-ndlr l -- '
!! here over the weekend. i| wherein. John II :Phlpp wilii ji..l, rAeSu.aw.IMO5IVU

Mr. and 1>fT.. }f. F. Ware of St tiff. and.... American defendnnt' Tuna the unir.lgn-oil MillInf. '. I Id

Petersburg are visiting his mother Hherlff i.f llradfnrd I'ounll'. v'J": "Mda

Mrs. Beulah Harrell and Mr. and: decrlbed. hula levied chattel' "nr'the., 'follow In ina thepuNMeealon I _._ _____,_._.._...__._____-
Mrs. M. O Harrell and family of nld American Tong You can pny more
Jacksonville rill :Mill. In,' .In Bradford County,
Harrell of
V. L. Fli.rldn. to-wlt I II
spent Monday night as guest of I -I'.4I Fruehauf Trailer. err.
Harrell ,lel No II .
Mrs. Beulah
his mother I :. ,
and M. O. Harrell and family.Mr. I-I94D White Truck 'Trs'lnr'. : Penny-wise !
and I I..I..rn tin A 914. Serial NuU7H34
and Mrs. Roy Green : Model WA UI than
yr children were guesu of Mrs. G. I-till) Fruehauf, Trailer, "..r.
,III Mo HP" UU', Model No
d E. McGauley and attended the' WPM I2<.

funeral of her son Roswell. I-IOU I Whlf Truck 'Tractor', :Motor No. IIA A 7SHH. Serial Vo.
Wednesday. 311141. Model WA 30
E. J. Lewis was a patient In and will sell the *.m... or *o much
Gainesville thereof a. la requIre to nacliifyur One srrrrl of .'orI'. ''' ng. is the :Automatic Mileage\ Maker. Il gets lull power from
Alachua County'Hospital h execution In th* prlmlpnl um
last week. H. returned home! of U.IOII4. together with interest every drop of gas gives you high compression performance with "regular." A.I

INCLAIRWITH Saturday and Is Improving slowly thereon, 1951 from, and the together flrerMa with of February all you'll find that Ford "Look Aheadeslures. like bump-erasing<
We wish him a speedy recovery. met,* to and the expenae highest' ,and of bent levy bidder and i ile I eaay.stuu.iIlg| OouMe-Seal King-Sis Brake make driving easy on you easy .. _

WITH Mrs. Guy Harrell and two daugh-I for cash at the Mouth front. "',*,r of on the car iurlf for yean of plessureful .....lnlfuJ driving. ..11..... **< *> eh-*,**::l n..-l *.>IM,
RD-119 NO EXTRA COST visited her mother the ('font" Court.. ll..u,. In t4'irke.Florida. .
"III,. ten Bradford ('on,it y. d.InC
*M>wl* nut laklkller Hayes in Gainesville Thursday the legal hour cut ale on of Auailt... A f> 1Ul.1
afternoon. This Jnn 9th. MSIi .
Allen Lewis and Ernest Douglaswere "0 r" RBnnidir,
In Ocala and Gold Head I Sheriff Florida.nf Bradford County, ANDREWS MOTOR CO.Madison

Service Center StationSeeber Branch Saturday afternoon. 1112 It 7 2. .
the guest of
Mary Jo Green was \ MOTH'K TO APPrR

Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw of LaCrosse I* Ctrrmlt r..... .....,...d r..*tr.
D. GoodmanU. weekend. They visited r'lrlili' I. Ck*....".
last \ira-lnla, lee VHInr.n Plilntlff., S.Jhn & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDA Phone 118I.
Sunday. ,
relatives of William Wllnon n.ndar. t
S. 301 at So. City Limits I .frs. Hattie Melvin is spending VaIl. T* Appear. a*. N" <""I

a few days with Jer c.ughter "" Ji kn W -.m W" w' i _
Starke Fla.
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.. | PACK FOCR --- Uiree-tlered wedding cake. Punch
; Dances 'Teen Club Plans I Mary Eloise'GreeneVeds was served by Mrs. Lavern Lucas I ReceptIon P store
1 Zinnia Show Winners Friday
.' I \ Avery SladeIn and Mrs Alverta Hlggtnbotham For New .

,. j Awarded Ribbons; For Young PeopleAll i Draw Cooperation of Maxvllle. Of St EdwardsA
Home Ceremony
>'t'i'j/ Many Fine ExhibitsThe school children, grades' 7''Of Varied Groups An unusual feature during the
the of
was playback a
.' through 12 are urged to attend A start towards the formation Miss I Mary Eloise Greene rpcto U" II
; third annual 2InnlaFlowtrShow the weekly dances held Friday I of a Teen Club was made at ameeting daughter of Mr and Mrs. Claude i recording of the wedding cere urday evening II tip P

sponsored by the Home nights at the U. S. O. Inductions i held Monday night: at the M. Greene of Maxville, and AveryC. mony which was taken by; Joseph St. Edward

Demonstration Clubs of Bradford In round and square dancing will 'i school. Purpose of the organization Slade, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lucas of Maxville. Photographswere honoring Father Recretke
Gladys MootyPhone County attracted a good number it, and I united taken by Eugene W. Hall of leavy or Francq;
be given to those desiring I will be to provide a program! M. Slade of Hampton, were Fernandina,
35Association of people and some creditable ex the night entertainment begins at of creative recreation and fun for In marriage Friday night June Hampton.Out tor at St Edwal'1l' Do

__ 6" hlblts. In fact, It was hard to 8:00 p.m. There will be no admission Starke high school teenagers.This 22 at the home of the bride's of town guests Included Church.In .
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r' find enough table space to put all charges but CocaColawill meeting was described al parents. Rev. H. B. Wiggins of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce White of charge rt" the

RallyAt Rehearsal Supper the beautiful. arrangements and be on sale for 3 cents. I"only the beginning", and it wa Hampton performed the double Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs L. C.' E. Cooper of KeYltont atttr

For MembersOf bouquets.The decided to hold another on Friday ring ceremony at 8 o'clock In the McVay, Jr. of Starke, Mrs Robert and her Committee !
Given of the event was
Hampton ChurchThe success the Informal Tea Given night, July 6, at 8 p. m. In evening on the porch of the home L. Brown ST., Mrs. George W.
'possible only through cooperation
Wedding Party the USO to which all local church. against a background of palm Williams and son- Howell. Rev.
of all Interest
Assoclatlonnl I and efforts For Bride Elect
New River es and civic organizations are invited fronds and summer flower' and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, Mr. and FOR
Miss Dorothy
j Rally of the Woman's Missionary Mr. and Mrs John H. Redgravewere ed Rose In Home the show Demonstration Agent. At Matthews HomeThe to send representatives.All The bride chose for her wedding/ Mrs. Lester Slade, Mr. and MrsG. SAl

Union will be held at Hampton hosts at a delightful rehearsal stated. boys and girls of high a navy blue sheer dress, with C. Rlgdon, Mrs. H. O. Cooper

{, Baptist Church, July 5th of at China 10:30 supper at their borne on Laura nine Ot the 33 people participating 1 In E. L. Matthews'' summer school age are especially urged tc which she wore blue and white Jr. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs GRADEBRAHMA
Sarah Bigham at
1 a. m. Miss speaker of the street Saturday night of the the show) the following won rib home on Klnxsley Lake was the attend the July 6 meeting and expre accessories. Her showier corsage'was Eugene Hall, Mrs. W. M. Slade.
will be Missionary o'clock for the members of a lovely Informal teaThursday mother of the all of
,bons: scene I B their wishes In regard tc of white carnation bridegroom
day. All women and young peopleare Hutto-Parker wedding party and/i Blue Ribbon Group afternoon of last week the organization. The idea is to Hampton, and John Ward of
urged to attend friends and rela Following the ceremony, a reception -
their From four to six o'clock honoringMiss HEIFERS
Mrs. W. E. Bingham, :Jr., Brooker have the young people plan and Graham.
was held in the living
tives. Sue Middleton
Sandra Kay Solano A profusion of early summer I I Mrs. R. M. HiPrs Brooker.Mr Jacksonville Marjorie bride-elect whose of run their activities with the room and dining room of the Following the reception, the
*. Eldon Sapp, Heilbronn. and
adults lending their support
used to advantage Greene home. Mrs. Gertrude Hall bride received many lovely gifts SANTA
flowers were I Mrs, Austin Fender, Sunny. marriage to J. A Budd Jr. alas' an FE
"' Is Birthday Honoree throughout the home. The buffet I, event of Thursday. Hostesses. for serving In an advisory capacity. of Hampton and Mrs Lessle Mae Mr. and Mrs. Slade are residing STOCK

i supper table was overlaid with a';''brook. the affair were.Mrs.. W. E Middle Jack Trawick was appointed Wilkinson. of Maxville cut and at their new home In Hamp FARM
I' .
' j Little Sandra Kay Solano. lace cloth and centered with al| Mrs.. Red R. M.Ribbon Htera. Brooker.Group i ton Miss Madge MIddleton, Mrs, chairman of the advisory com- served the beautifully decorated I ton. Therc>*a, py,
and Mr*. Wallace I'I'i
of Mr. mlttfw.
; daughter / bowl holding giant
J crystal Mrs Ancll Norman HHlbronn. R. C. Buford and Mrs. E. L. ,
Solano. was hostess to twenty shades. zln.1 the meeting
nlas In pastel Mrs. Dave Green, Brooker. Matthews. ,, Those attending - ---
of her friend last Saturday afternoon white tapers In crystal Mrs.\ H. M. M<'Rae, Sunnybrook The home was attractively Monday night were: Ann dressier
at a party la celebrationof flanked the centerpl- White Ribbon Group decorated with magnolia leaves, Ann Johns, Florence Brown, Pat A & P HAS GRAND FOOD BUYS

her seventh birthday anniver Assisting the hosts In ervlng Mrs. Ancll Norman, Heilbronn, gladioli, giant yellow marigoldsand Selg; John Torode representingthe e .

dry their guests were Mrs. Shellle HallMrs. Mrs. Paul Raymond, Starke. other summer flowers. Lions Club; J. D. Doyle, Elks

.; The dioinff table was overlaid I J. A. Martinez and Mrs M. Mrs. Felix Sapp Heilbronn. Mrs. J. W. KincaId greeted Club; Mrs. W. T. Coram Jr. and TO HELP 'YOU PLAN FOR THE

I. with a pink aadgrrres paper party C. Wells. Mrs. Thomas Brown Hampton. guests at the door and presented Mrs. E. A Yancey, Beta Sigma a I .
t' cloth W.MH.matching napkins I Enjoying the affair were Rev Grand Prize (Club whose members them to the receiving line composed -. Phi; Mrs J. W. Brownlee. BPW;
y plates. A large bouquet of flow and Mrs. T. O. Mitchell. Miss won the most ribbons): Tie of the four hostesses. the hone Mrs. Paul Keleher PTA; Mrs
., ers was used as the centerpiece. Hutto Charles Parker L.
I Gamita between Brooker and Heilbronn. oree and her mother Mrs. Ander- John Torode Junior Woman'rClub
e During the afternoon tiny multicolored S. Hutto Miss Sharon Hall, Mrs The prize was. a new five dollar Bon'Mlddleton and the mother of ; Rev. Fred Yerkes, Wallace
I baskets of candy w.relr" and Mrs. Warren Winkler Mr. and the bridegroom-elect Mrs.: J. A. Phillips Episcopal Church; Rev.T. .
given to the youngsters as favors, Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. bill.One
./. Mrs. Lyle of the unique arrangement Budd. Q. Mitchell, Methodist Church;
I and games were enjoyed. \ Mrs. Lettle Parker
: J. C. Wynn.
zinnias In a The attractively tea Rev. Homer Swlndall Christian
placed appointed
was pompom
Assisting :Mrs. Solano In car. Shellle Hall.Mr. and Mrs.. M.
Ing for the little guests were Mrs., Mrs Wells. Mrs. Irene Hutto Mr. scoop by Miss Enza Blanchard of table in the dining ream was Church; Al K. Carlisle, Rotary JiJag

I Hazel Klondes.. Mrs. Freda Norman C.and Mrs. O. S. Newcomb, Mrs. Lawtey. along with other beautiful overlaid with! a'' cutwork cloth and Club; H. P. Morgan, county r
and original arrangements. entered with an arrangement of school, Jack Trawick, Children's
?,and Miss Mary Anne,, Ker- Irma Whitsell Mr. and Mr. J. A. ;;
nan of Jacksonville. ,. t tM Martinez O. W. Waller and Mr. Judges for the event were Mrs. pink asters surrounding three tall Committee.
Cynthia Schmidt of ColonistFlorists pink burning tapars.Punch .
E. K. Perryman.
: Mrs. Mary Dally home! was served 'on the porch;
economist with Clay Electric: and overlooking the lake, from a long 1 For
Chuck ShepherdHas Mrs. Millie Simmons of Starke. NOTICE your holiday shop
table holding a punch boar at WELDING
JET KILL I Birthday PartyChuck Fruit punch was. served to the each'end with a bouquet of summer Customers'guaranteed, convenience, prices In the]

quests and club members from a flowers as the centerpiece.The through Tuesday of nests

KILLS FASTER Shepherd son of Mr. and punch bowl made of a large gourd table was set against a background Corner July 3.Swift.

i LASTS LONGER Mrs. Charle. Shepherd celebratedhis i and the dipper was also made of a of palmettos. ,
anniversary' gourd with a long curved handle
sixth birthday Pouring punch were Mrs. Walter As
afternoon of last week This was loaned for the occasion you know, A&.P: has
Thursday King, Miss Ona
Demorest Mrs.
heldin by Miss Ethyl Holloway District led the way in seeing that fr
from 8 to 8 o'clock at a party Robert Turner and Mrs. William
St. Mark's parish house. Sharing Home Demonstration Agent. Colson. Those assisting in enter- every item you purchasehas

honors with Chuck was little Youth Week ObservedIn taming and serving were Mrs. A. We offer the people of Starke the price marked on it. a.y

Bruce Jackson, son of Mr. and Z. Adklns Mrs M. F. Brown, Mrs. This is not an easy job,

Mrs. W. T. Jackson, who celebrated Methodist ChurchYouth H. M. Rlcharde Mrs. W. H. Smith andlclnliy one of the most but we took it on becausewe

his first birthday. Mrs. W. B. Mundy, MrsJ.. felt it would help you in ""

Games and contests were enjoyed with Week was observed In L. Anderson and Mrs. T. H. Slade. modern and finest equipped your shopping,and help our

during the afternoon the First Methodist Church last The bride-elect checkers be
winning the was presented welding shops anywhere. expert sure that -- "
Martha andSally week with approximately 4C with a lovely table lamp from her you are charged the correct .
contest All 1 l,1
In the donkey Work Guaranteed
prize marble young people participating. The hostesses as a memento of the oc- price.
! Ann Epperson the theme for the week was "Youth y
contest and the SMITH'S GARAGEAND So,when you return home T .
II}' i: Iced friendship, program Invited to call during the appointed -
I A lovely "cowboy" cake, each evening consisted of film hours were 175 guests. from your AP, you can be do '
Ii Iit
i In pink green and white centeredthe trips, worship, discussion, recreation MACHINE SHOP sure that the price will be

linen covered of suckers refreshmenttable. In and refreshments. Young Program Will Close Temple Ave. StarkeJEAT plainly marked, not just on

Favors and Indiana, people leading the worship services I some items, but on every t Sugar S

shape of cowboys candy, were given were: Anne Greasier, Florence Vacation Church item you purchased.Do .
balloons and Brown, Jane Rlcharde, and Jo
the little guests during the'after Ann Smith.A School Tonight marking you system find this pricePr'emJ.um Cured

noon. discussion conducted -
Assisting Chuck's mother In panel Closing exercises of the Vacation Have you any suggestionsas
by the Rev. T. O. Mitchell on
serving his little friends were his Church School sponsored by .. I to how we can improve
aunts. Miss Lucile Gorgan of At. Wednesday night on the subject the Methodist, Presbyterian and it? Please write:

lanta. Ga., and Mrs. G. E. Miller, ot "Dating". The youth panel con- Episcopal Churches of Starke will
I elated of Jimmy Rowe, Harry RELATIONS" HAM
and by Mrs. F. M. Williams. Also be held Friday evening, June 29, -.CUSTOMER
Creaaler, and Pat
Green. Anne
t assisting In the entertainment were at 7:30: p. m. In the Methodist educational DEPT.
i iiii Miss Kate Struth and his grand Sleg. The members of the adult building. There will be a,I A&P Food Stores

mother, Mrs. I. P. Shepherd panel were Hugh Ingram Mrs. sharing session by the children of, 420 Lexington" Av.._
Florence Brown Mrs Nelson the school and an exhibit of all the'HEAT New York 17, N. Y.
I Green, and Mrs H. M. Rlcharde.
DanceBeta work done during the two weeks )
Holiday I I The young people expressed a Parents and friends are cordially J \ Butt Half, Ib 67 C
great need for a community recreation -
Sigma Phi sorority will invited to attend. .
program for teen age --- ".
: DRUGS sponsor a holiday dance July 3 The enrollment of the school in
CANOVA DUUGSCOOK'S at the Pelican Club. Tickets may ;young people. consecration the Kindergarten. Junior and : or Whole lb. 6
of The closing service PICK up AND ,
GROCERY be obtained from any member candle Primary Department has been 98
on Friday night was a
"I SISTRUNK'S the club. All proceeds will go to light service led by Mrs. T. O pupils Of special interest to the! with a now PACK A PICNI.cr!

buy equipment for the city play Mitchell. Junior Department was the trip] T Herman's Super Grade
ground. to St. Simons Island Ga. Fri

I .. -. _. Woodman Circle day, June 22 to see the historicscene ) r Liver Sausage Roll 3:
of early Methodist activity ANN PAGE
Adjourns Till Fall In America. Those making the I .

trip were: Mary Agnes Mat.1 Salad Herman's
Member. of the Woodman thews, Sue Morrie, Diane Smith. I I Dressing CocktailWeiners,8oz.

Circle met In the W. O. W. hall Dick Smith Jimmy Hobbs Pat f ,'

: Tuesday night for their regular Hobbs Cheri Redgrave, Bobby I 3 33

presiding.meeting with Officers Mrs. W were L. Andrews In their Shull Larry Yarbray Archie ROOM AIR : Pis. 35c Qis. 62c .

Green, D. Ritch Green Cecil Me-
stations, and the flag was presented Cheddar
Comb Anne Greasier, Florence CONDITIONER Sultana StuffedOLIVES
by the attendant, Mrs.

J. P. Tomllnson. Brown, Mrs. Florence Brown, Mrs 4 1-2 oz., 34c Cheese lb. 13 6
During the business session emotion ,
Erenstlne Denmark Jo Ann I
was carried that the meet for I 5 1-2 39c
ONE FULL YEAR'SGUARANTEE Smith Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs your oz. -
ings close for the months of July Allgood SlicedBACON
and August and be resumed on Nelson Green, Oleeta Green, and\ Sultana Flake

.September 11. Mr. Mitchell. OFFICE and HOME TUNA FISH Flats 28c lb. 4 4.i!
At the close of the meeting Mrs I -

Andrew., Mrs. J, F. Jaudon Mrs.
Eula Mae Conner, Mrs. J. P. Tom- Oscar
llnson and Mrs Mae Green served SMOOTH

GIVEN WITH EACH cake and tea. IpwijFLA. I
Peanut Butter SQUARES lb.32 3

Series Of Parties I ,

I Held During \Veek Fri, Sat. June 29, 30 8oz 12 oz. IV' lb.

TELEVISION SET SOLD A series of parties has been DOUBLE FEATURE 23c 33c 59cAnn WHITING\ lb. 1 Ii!

held In the pant week sponsored Mr. \Wise Guv
UNTIL JULY 1STPARTS by a cosmetic firm, at the homes : I'tmr Pure I California Ripe LARGE SIZE

of hostesses who had invited ten \\lih Inns Cioiwy and The EastSide : Grape Jelly, 1 L2 lb. 39c
or more guests. Following the cosmetic Kldi -1 1!
( LABOR, TRAVEL) demonstration the hostessesserved I Pickle Patch F""hCucumbers CANTALOUPES, each
refreshments to their
guests. the BORDERJohnny I Pickles 18cWilson's Simkl.it Large SizeLEMONS

f The first party was held on the .
20th at the borne of Mrs Ray Mar Mack Brown I IJ
}\'e maintain at all times exclusive in pal; Mrs. Cecil Sewell was a Pin Cartoon and St-rlal : I MOR, 12 oz. 49C; 6 f for -

hostess on the 22nd; Mrs Ralph -

this area the most complete set of parts Begue on the 23th: ; and Mrs. Ann Sun.. Mon., Tues. I I I Fresh

to Parker on the 26th, July 1, 2, 3 I Our Own TEA Hardhead
lest equipment and skilled personnel Mrs. Dolly Sullivan Is local representative SITS 5
I silently in the CABBAGE .
of the firm. l-4lb.I 141 -
keep your TV set in peak operating brings you blessed relief from I 11 lb. _

St. Mark's the heat. Cool, dehumidifies 23c 45c
AuxiliaryFriday 89c
I condition. Bonzo nVfers and circulate the air' Pascal, Large CrispCELERY

Ii i June -29 7:30 Ronald Kegan, Diana Lynn :
p. m.- Ideal for business and professional Gerbrr'n Strained each -12
Meeting of Vestry and Woman's Cartoon and :News I
CALL 239 FOR FREE TRIAL Auxiliary at Pariah Homo. 7:30: ing offic.ea, bedrooms and liv I Baby Food, jar lOc ,
p. m. Litany Service conductedby Wed.. Thur. July .t, 5 I Yellow
1 Wallace senior theo- Easy' to install Bath BarWoodbury CmpONIONS
Phillips DOUBLE FEATURE -ready for delivery -

1i logical. student, Sewanee University Mars Attacks see the right new now Carrier! Come Room in and Air Soap. 14C 3 Ibs. 2 ZA

i Sunday July 1, 9:43: : a. m.- The WorldWith Conditioners Bath BarLUX ,
Sunday School. 11 a. m.Morning
Prayer by Mr. Wallace. Larry .(Hunter) Crubbe SOAP 13c
h as.C.Shephe rd & P Food StoreThe

f i A regular meeting of Starke PHONE 229 SOAP 9c Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.

Television Radio Seat Covers Upholstery Chapter 221, O. E. 9. will be heldMomlay Bath Bar Emtlrr. ('..t..t. C..rrl ...... I3
2, at 8 0" With Larry (Hunter) Crabbe 115:
evening July W. Call Street I 300 East Call St.
Call St. :Starke; Fla. LIFEBUOY
307 Went ,'li'k' In the Chapter Hall This In Al o :News 13c

_|I an .nportant meeting and all I Wi' :::::"::L::"-, :: :: _- .:::0....._ Starke Fla. "r I rrs a r r STARKE FLA. __
members are urged to be present ri

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r- -..0"M:6 Mr and Mrs J H. Moseley .,,1 Dr and Mrs. C K Hayes plan i Lt and Mrs W B. Boyd of St Mr and Mrs. BUI Tllley ana Mr and Mrs. H. L Brownlee 1 Mr. and Mrs James Duckett of

Memphis, Tenn are arriving today to move to Madison this weekend': Petersburg spent the weekend ,with son Steve, spent last Friday Mr .1 I. E Futch and their guest, I Tallahassee were weekend guest''
for a short visit with their'; where Dr. Hayes will be In general Mrs. Boyd's parents Mr. and Mrs night with :Mr and Mrs S E Mrs. T. N Unbauith: of Lakeland I of Mr and Mrs Cula Goran

I son-ln-luw and daughter, Dr. and : practice and surgery and also be W. H. Nollman Reyes, Jr. in Jacksonville.Mrs. spent Monday night at the Brown- Mrs. I. N Brcazeale will return
" : Mrs H. H. Adams. I connected with the Madison Memo- Friends of J L. Alvarez will be Jewell Thomas and children lee's cottage at St. Augustine July 2nd from Mayfleld 1 and Paducah -

Byron Newcomb la sp'ndingI II I rial Hospital. happy to learn that he returned Judy and Leon, of Macon Beach i Ky. where she has been

THE NEW two weeks with his grandmother I A group of friends entertainedat from $t. Vincent Hospital Wed Ga. are spending this week with Miss Lucille\ Crognn of Atlanta I visiting. for several ;weeks. Her

Mrs. H. P. Moye and cousins. John I a birthday party for Mrs. Cecil\ nesday. very much Improved. He : Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mspel. Ga has spent the past two week sister Miss Clover Cothran, and

,.I 4 and Joy Cooper in Orlando and I Sewell at Kingsley Beach Monday expected to return from the hospital I Mrs. W. J. Chandler Is enjoyingan with her sister, Mrs. Charles Shepherd two friends will return with her 't
his paternal grandparents, Mr evening' two weeks ago but suffereda I extended visit with Mr. and ami family. The Shepherds for an extended visit.
and brothers and
rs George :Mclver of The sisters and Mrs. E. W. Newcomb In Orlo Mrs. Sarah Jacobs of Jackson relapse and had to undergo another Mrs. H. B. Montgomery In Grif I plan to drive Minn Grogan homeon Mrs. J. L. Brlggs of Jackson
I and Long Island, their families, of Mrs. Bertha Vista. ville and Mr. and Mrs. Jack operation. He was seriously I fin, Ga. and ,with other relativesIn Sunday and will also visit in ville Is spendingthis week with

,erg\It irand Mrs. Frank Pearce enjoyed a family reunion Mr. and Mrs Charles Meyers of Williams and children of Gainesville Injured in a swimming accident at Atlanta. i, Griffin, Newman and Atlanta, Ga. her brother-in-law and slater
Frank. Jr. of and picnic lunch at White Springs' Jacksonville in Klngsley Lake a month ago. Louie Butler of Jacksonville Is nil) next week. '
jnd son. I spent a few days last are spending some time Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkns at ,
'1,. I arrived Tuesday Sunday. Included In the party I week with Mrs. Myers' uncle and I the Jacobs cottage on Kingaley Mr. and Mrs. A T. Bennett of'' Dr. and Mra. W. E. Middleton.Miss > Klngsley Lake.
Mrs W. T. Saxon Fort
of ins.
'4ek'S visit with Mr. and were: aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. K Bennett I Lake. Tampa were Saturday guests of i Madge Mtddleton, and Mrs. Mrs. Walton J. McLeod left
* nd Howe, Sr. Mr.. Lauderdale, B. Haynes of Winter at Kingsley Lake. The PICTURE FRAME; SALE at their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs Kate Shepherd Is visiting E. L, Matthews and daughters/ attended Thursday for Walterboro, S. C.
Mrs. Faver of
will, remain for two Haven Emily of West Palm Beach Bennetts'l Hollywood Studio Mrs. Carl Hunter. relatives In Fort White this week the marriage of their after a two weeks' visit with her
I Miami, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Thomas,
i I' the Week's cottage for weeks Miss Catherine McLeod and Miss Carolyn Vickers Is spending Miss Haven Crosby, who has granddaughter and niece, Miss cousin Mrs. J. M. Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Vinson and twin
Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr. and son s.1 Flora Belle McLeod of Aiken S aeveral weeks with relatives In been employed In the office of Marjorie Sue Middleton, to J. A.
lala Sty k with daughters Judy and Julie, and Mr. T Dell, Jr. of Gainesville wue'l' C. were guests of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Folkston and Klngsland Ga. Clerk of Circuit Court here since Bvuld, Jr., which took place Thursday -j
a and Mrs. J. V. Phillips of Lake
Sunday guests of Mrs. J. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. W S. Butler of 1944 has resigned to accept a afternoon at 3 o'clock at the i
? j F Jaudon. I City.For I Brownlee. M'I General Sumter L. Lowry and Winter Haven and Mr. and Mrs position In Gainesville with the Holy Rosary Church In Jackson ....,
u Pearce was, hostessJLsta prints you Mill be proud to Mrs. H. H. Adams returned home family are vacationing in the new Ernest Phillips of Starke spent law firm of Fagan and Crouch I ville. II

Club Tuesday' chow your friends. Bring us jour I Tuesday from St. Lukes hospital)I II summer home near the officers the weekend fishing at Oklawaha Donald Richie, a graduate of BUS Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barber 1 NEW 1951PH1LCO

films for developing and print- where she underwent a minor club at Camp Blanding.Mr. Friends of Dr. M. B. Herlongwill In the class of 1951, has been em- and son, Edward, Jr., of lt

-.-. j,I operation on Friday. and Mrs. Tom Warren were \ be happy to hear that he le ployed In the clerk's office. I I vtlle Beach spent Jack"on'l b bI be

t Mrs. Carrie Adams of Jacksonville weekend guests of their son and I expected home this weekend from Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams have Mr. and lItra. L. N. Pickering.

I Dr. Adams' mother, who daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. War- St.'Inct'nt'. Hospital.Mr leased the Fred Guy home, fer-, Mrs: J. F. Robb and children! of
stayed with the Adam's children I I ran, In Jacksonville. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman are
merly occupied by the J. M. Hem- Columbia. C. arrived Thursday
AMES Is making an indefinite visit with I Don Ray Tilley and Miss Kitty leaving this weekend for an extended brers, but do not plan to move In I for a month's visit with Mrs.Robb's .
them. Bennett of Mnrtannn spent Sun- vacation at Highlands and 1
until September mother Mrs. Fay Gill.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude McKay of day at Jacksonville Beach. Ashvllle N. C.
Inverness were weekend guests of 1 Mrs. Owen Vaughan has returned Mrs. W. M. Llttlefleld and children !- r.

lade To Order Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jaudon.Mr. ,, from Raleigh N. C. where' of Ochopee are spending this
and Mrs. Raymond Howe, she was a guest of her daughterMrs. week with Mr. and Mrs. J. M{ FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLYPhone

Jr of Greenville S. C. were Visiting W. V. Oreen, Jr. and Mr. Vickers. Mrs Vlckers and Mrs. t
1 !j the Senior Howes from Fridayto Green. While there she was enter' Llttlefleld and their children spent 26 P. O. Box 509!) 111V.I Call! st.Stark. ti i

, '\\iave purchased Mr. Hoover's stock of Monday. Mrs. Janle Avery entertained tained at a luncheon In the Wo- the weekend with relatives In ., Florida 1

Mr. and Mrs. Howe, Jr. man's Club She also visited Folkston, Ga.
ding and Picture Frame Supplies and 'I I and Mrs Howe Sr. at luncheon friends in Durham N. C. Mr and Mrs. R. B. Secret

to serve Mr. Hoover's old Monday. Mr and Mrs. Ray Strong of and children of Hallandale are FAH.MAU TRACTORS FARM EQIPMENT"
be I Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Woodham El Rancho Motel have returned visiting Mrs. Secresfs parentsMr.
customers. will return this weekend from a from a three weeks' vacation.
two weeks' :vacation with Mrs. Most of their time away was Law ley. The Reddlshes also have TUBES: FISHING: TACKLE SPORTING GOODS

Woodham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. spent at North Bay, Canada.Mr. as their guests another son-in-law
D. D. McDowell' in Blue Mountain and Mrs. J. W. Andrews and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald APPLIANCESSHERBET 1

Miss. visited Mrs. A, M. Pettit and Mrs. Henley and children of St

lIwood tf.udlo Mrs A, C. Durden returned Mon-I Glen Duke In Gainesville Sunday. Louis, Mo. ,

day from Albany, Ga. 'wher'e' she Mrs. R. G.: Dodson and two Top Quality Devrlopiag Print-

spent two weeks visiting her mister sons. Randy and Tommy, of Trenton Ing, & Kiibuglng. Bring us a

jtoscoe Bullington PhotographerStarke Mrs. C. L. May. I spent Sunday with Mrs. Dndson's Trial Roll and seethe difference.

Mrs. Jaquellne Moorer and Mrs. mother, Mrs T. M. Hut- Hollywood Studioppposlt/ <> Flori
Fla. chings.Joe cia Thlre.
Murel Gardner are vacationingthis ,
week at Chattanooga. Tenn. Andrews, Jr. Is taking two !Friends of Clifford Rhoden of

and In North Carolina i months' training at O.C.S. In Fort Waldo will be Interested to know
Bragg, N. C. that he recently returned to Lila $
Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith are j I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. home after undergoing a serious so. N. 239.95

spending the week In Miami. |Nate Dyal and family were Mrs.I operation In a Jacksonville hos OO1 SCREEN 1"... T....... w......
r Mr. and Mrs.,,Carl Wright and I Lee Ayers and daughters, Misses
I pital. He Is Improving steadily.Mrs. .
I :
family of High Springs were Josephine and Madeline BeaKley Hugh Ingram and son, David PHILCO 1601. It' the ration's
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. |''of Ocala. Mrs. Ayers' son, Frank left Sunday for Kankakee, value sensation! in full-quality,

Foster Shi Smith. j Lee. who spent font week with III., where they will spend five 10-Inch television! Yes, exclusive
The Winsome Class of the Baptist -I Tommy Dyal returned with them. weeks with Mrs. Ingram's parents COOL Philco Balanced Beam picture
,: I a 1 Qtl Church held a picnic at the Mr. and, Mm. Dclbert Casey brings new heights of viewing
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Koch. Capt
Tenleys at Kingsley Lake Thursday I were attending to business In Jacksonville Ingram will Join them there following enjoyment... no CustomDuplexChassis blur or lImr.And .
evening of last week last Friday night. new Philco
/ the National Guard summer achieve super-perform
Mr. and Mrs. A, N Holliday
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chnstoen
encampment in weak signnl areas.
I ance even
Jr.? drove their aunts. Mrs. J. E. I and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Curry Charles Mooney a student at See it now-thi. Model 16O1.
entertained at an Informal farewell -
Futch and Mrs. T. N.
Limbaugh The Citadel In South Carolina, Is
of last 3oI4R
to the latter' home In Lakeland party Thursday evening
Wednesday where Mrs. week for Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hem- spending the summer vacation at : :ytRjiS'
Futch will I 'in) [A'SY:
his home here He will graduate .w :
t spend a month,with her sister. bree at the Hollfdny'a cottage on II .. ." .J. .
I .
Sante Fe Lake. from The Citadel next Februaryat Breeie along refreshed '
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shields and LIME
children Miss Johnnie Bennett of MarI- which time he will be commissioned through hot summer weather! Go-o'
spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Luther Lennon In Jack anna Is spending the summer with and begin his Army service -I Enjoy Borden'i cooling o PINEAPPLE I Two d I

sonville. her brother-in-law and slater, Mr. : Sherbet for home dessert ORANGE BARGAINSin
and Mrs. Cecil Sewell. .Mrs. S. O. Truluck of Jacksonville freeze floatat
Mrs. J. C. Poppell of Plant CHy in a frosty : or
MM. C.. K. Hayes returned her won and daughter-in-law Trade-In '
Is spending this week with Mr. your favorite fountain ,
Thursday from a week's visit with Mr. and Mr. John Truluck, and I freshen fruit and e ysalade. '
and Mrs, Warren Perkins to up cups
In prescription service you want the best, Miss Hilda Watson and Miss her mother Mrs. Win. Chertip, their children< of Wlerton, W Va.. Borden's Sherbets are 4G ilJJ' T-V SETS

safest, swiftest-cost what it may. Yet the Dorothy Johns visited Mr. and at Mr Mlllsboro,\ M ,R.Pa.Sanders and two were Vaughan guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Owen refreshing! Nutritious, too! JkEP9Er,

: L. J. Johns In MAcon, Ga.
people who bring prescriptions to this fine children of Radford, Va. are I
lover Mrs. John Christiansen recently!
the weekend. ;
pharmacy are pleasantly surprised to learn I spending several weeks with returned from New Orleans, La.! C. H. Nasworthv
Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines and
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews. :
that they pay no premium for our specialized where she went to be with her 7Jortkns ) da.r.W
i family returned Saturday from a Mrs. A. B. Walker of Savannah I e.w're.n..MN 1S M
skill and accuracy. Because of our large three weeks' vacation at the Ga. spent Wednesday, and Thurs- daughter Mrs Joe Keating, following +1// Gen. Supplies *

prescription volume, prices are often lower I, Brownlee cottage at St. Augustine day of last week with her sister, the birth of her grandson H E R B E T II
Chrlstofer Mrs. Chris- Borden |
Keating. There's dealer Sfiirke Fla.
than would elsewhere. You will Beach. Mrs. Ewell Lawson, and family P. i Q ( near you ,
you pay 1 tiansen was accompanied home by HARMONIIS WMS Man., W.d., M., 4llS f M.
and Peggy several UiUH U HOMIMAKIR -
Misses Sue Wood
Biggs P. who has spent ....-..
us prepared for emergency. Call her daughter, Mrs. John Jenks IIi 1tIII1I.dIIII! !
any ---- --
Caldwell r'turnedVellnpaday weeks with his daughter Mrs. I I --
on us! Your patronage is appreciatedOWARD'S from a week's vacation at Day- Walker, returned to Starke with and twin girls Pamela and Paula. 9l l
II I who three! weeks
are spending
tona Beach. I her last week to the home of Mrs j

Mrs. O. L. Bensley and Mrs. J. I Ewell Lawson. L. O. Wood, who 'here. _
I W. Klnraid are sp'n!lIng the has been visiting the Ewell Law- Owen Vaughan will leave for: -- --.. .: r : 1

i weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. P.Tyson sons since April returned to his I i Raleigh, N. C. this week as the DOES YOUR:1
I In Fernandlna. home In Savannah, Ga. Thursday.Mr. 1 guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn liar-

Mr. and Mrs. 'Georne R. Powell and Mrs. W A. Edwards I| rlss and Mr. and Mrs W. V. Green,
and of Palatka Jr.
daughter Pam
returned to their home In Newton.
oJ N. C. Tuesday after ten-day visit were Sunday guests of Mr and Mr and Mrs. Herman Snell- .
DRUGS .. PRESCRIPTIONS Mrs. J. M. Edwards. Pam remained -
with Mrs. J. H. Fields. Mm. Fields grove of Miami were weekend
returned to Newton with the with her uncle and aunt guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve

Phone 79 -. Starke, Fla. Powells for three weeks. for a week's visit. Simmons. FORD TRUCK
Mrs. E. M. Hazen of Brooker It .
I Mrs. J. H. Fields and her guests. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Brry Jr.
spending two weeks with her sons,
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Powell of Dillon, 9. C. will arrive Satur
M. F. Hazen and V. V, Hazen, and
for week's visit with Mrs.Berry's .
I lof Newton. N. C and her son. day a -
Charles Fields and, C. J. Powell families.Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
I soent from Tuesday to Thursday and Mrs. Adair Robinson of 3. Sapp, and family,
of last week In Cocoa visiting I Annlaton Ala. will arrive Satur

I Mrs. Harold Ford, and Mrs. P. O. day to be guests of Mr. and Mrs I WHISTLE?
', Carpenter.Miss Charles Oakes through the Fourth. I
I( Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Dansby of
Dolores McKnight, a student -
Orlando were guests of Mr. and I
at Florida-Southern spent DEATH
Mrs. R. O. Danaby Monday
Dedicated To Community Service"Movies the weekend with her parents, Mr
Are Better Than Ever" Mrs. Eustis McKnight. lhroughVt'dne day.
and Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Edwards and
Mrs. R. E. Tanner of Baldwin. week at If will take the whistle
next out
family plan to spend so we
'turday" June 30 :Mon., Tues. July 2. was "overnight guest of Mrs.J. 1 Daytona Beach. TO WEEVILSOne ,

nor reoM H. Fields and family. MondayMr. Hazen spent the ,
Marcia Kay
IAU and Mrs. Jewett Fogg spent
cousin Mary
weekend visiting her
mlrrl0'BRIEN.Au8laRM the early part of last week at the :'
Francis Hazen In Brooker,
1 t Klncaid cottage on Kingsley Lake i, Joe Warren and Billy Dansby i"

,1r .. .rr 'spent Monday at St. Augustine

6f 1 -....-","'"" --- Beach.Mrs. Lex Green and son Michael reef

....--.....-...-......-...'... ffl'J'f&ACT will return today from
I _.... ., _l... _to .,Q'I IOIIIIJIG Clearwater where they had spent ;
1 .Want R_aiW" the past three weeks.

"Juitt A Little Bull" cartoon and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle Jr r

Son"Wed. f and daughters, Linda Sue and Sandra
Wrong will return to their home in : No matter where you purchased your Ford Truck, we
ONLY tti r es Miami Sunday after spending the
July -
week with the senior Hailes. will render this service free !
.tN D -' Tsr f Mrs. Daisy Perryman will return easy application of Pyre none
pAa.\ aAftale. home Sunday after spending threew GRAIN Protectant 10 your stored

AN I __ .. -rT ,-ks with her son-in-law and corn gives effective control fol

NAILEY JZ,.Tjif"-. .. '"* e daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. M field-infested ears helps prevent I
SI" .
-SZS. '
N .,err Moore In Blackshear Ga. new weevils from Infesting

Al... "Farther Down Ea t" Cartoon i Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Edwards, J I clesn corn saves ,you up to I, --
: M. Edwards and Mrs. F C. Hoi- I 90% in lost food value. Come in
and :March of Tlm> : Jlng worth attended Homecoming o' and find out all the details oo

st, tl Day at the Antioch Baptist Pyrenone GRAIN ._ _
,! tt A- ?
Thur., Fri. July 5. 6I I i Church. Protectant. ...--.-- Andrews Motor CON
I WARNER BHO. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee took h..rI Ih. N.
h,'*P- U "Bruce Gentry" UU won't stay aN a N"rf) I Junior Sunday School class boys Treats 04x0bushels

". know home to St. Augustine Beach Thursday
\11 A 1I1.r-r.d" I lug. when you jour
- CartoonIy and your business are both I The group was accompanied by

Innurnl. Let us II Mr. Brownlee.

' July---. aA cheek adequately your present policies and I j I N. T. Ritch and daughter, Dl- U. Authorized Ford Sales & Sen-ice

help you fit them to your current anne. of Miami spent last Friday PyreoooGNAIN 1
j I and Saturday with Mr. Rltch'smother.
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Mrs. Carrie Ritch.
DIanne U remaining with her PHONE 118 ggiggft 199 MADISON

II grandmother for a visit of several PRQTECTANT .

FRANKLOYEJOY P"" t weeks. will r< FEED I

Also \\ll.l Ros' s" Our Gang turn after to her spending home In a Sanford n"onth today at And SEED STORE

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World" and l.&tHt Comedy and "If Humour Time" the r a of her nle-'e, Ml- R Af Starke, Fla. .- ::: -- .. ----- .. : .::

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SIX //-ml lit (Stark, Florida this JunOFFICIAL 'liP
'l I home. ''VH Buillam WII.on. C&Menlaat,<94 rsu h. 1!I'.l. .m ',
weed, and a lot of others unknown I returned SEAL) A. J. Thomaa. Of 1 .
we're trying to doo'e welcomi Don't know yet I Frank Drown la spending this !% <. App.a. As Clerk of Court ("on : ''"
by name. 'rV'lE- Wilson, whose reBldin. tLNtl ;
I a rtam py Haven Crosby, Deputy ClorkChnn "lIIn..
as representative
iii visitors .. week In Tallahassee l'IMA/
It takes .. and whom I'o.tUffk
worked as Unknown 204-06 Guaranty Lit
In .
FARMER'SDIARY whether' It Ii HK, '
S It kills weeds by literally) to Boy's State. ,' Address IH (Jen..r..l Iellvery.Bronx BuildingJacKsonvIll*, Florida.. : :.. t 1'' 4tt.,
was giving Leo I i a while. George Matchett spent last I Htatlnn, New York NT Atty. for I'If. 6SI| 4t T13NO | p.. "'rile
The hot sun that a
making them grow themselves You are h.'r..b notified the I. "
and he kep : weekend In Hampton with hli Divorce has been fllejRKBlnut 'i iwtAthluVi
fit the other day death. Anything which will d( milt for namedCourt 'newElrrtltin .J: tWW
above ,
the ,
In "
louder and louder, unit I I. father G. E. Matchett. you of One NupervlMur for Three. ""
panting that to dog fennel or ragweed I and cniin and you are regale told.t tm "
Sam McCarrcy Sam got geared that the poor guy;; Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Manning ed to serve a copy of your answeror tear Term and 0.. Supervisorfor Yuallf/, ""1
By with '
all right us. return- the complaint on the ntlrrd Term of Two Year. FI! "
keel over. So he go and children have recently pleading ? i u
l was going to a e rialntlffn Attorney J. C. I)urr..ne, for the Kradford Soil CwnBerva- trlrtH ?
A "
author will be to re- Leo i a to Jive.J8nl..e ...,. .,..... I Jr. Mil
t The glad a pair of scissors and gave Our chickens don't know It but eel to Starke Law Kxrhang' '* HulldlnaJackson; fled i iior .."I,
wlv Item of Intereftt concernIng Leo not look Marshburn. of Marian, ville. Florida and file the originalIn I July 10. 1961 dci' Ih., '' ', "?,.
trimming Now may they should drop off in their egg the office of the Clerk of th. Pursuant to the Boll Cons..vatlonl'lat.lcU Flu"d., '., .
the activities of farmer la Air the summer with the 682, Florida ,d... "
so muth like a thorough-bred now. We're mill gel 'Is spending- Circuit Court on or bfor the Zsra Act Chapter Own', 'h, .
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe he will be production IT. J. Alderman family. day of July Ittfil.; otherwise the aliKKHllonn > statutes of 1149. notice Ii hereby II 11 h'' 4t
dale but at ting about :24 to 30 eggs a day.;; of said. Complaint will b* given of an election to be held July Stiu, I \YTQs .
left at the Telegraph office or I Nell Williams of Dunnellon' far the election of ,
- ;ti cooler. 50 hens and we thin ( taken ai confessed by you 10, 1961 one oath
wtt mailed to Sam McOarvey, Lawtey, from our thei I spent last week' here with hergrandparents Thin notice shall b* published i
1 1I that Is good And we sell and Mrs. Dan one aeh week for four 'on..cutlv.
Florida.Glad Mr.
the Road .. .. Bradford County Tel-
a Have something on just as fast as they are laid. I w* k In the
I these days which keep: Johnson. ...ph, ..
I stand W. Colson and (OFFICIAL SEAt) A, 3 Thom. .
and Mrs. C.
i to hear from Alice that "fat as a tick". We are letting her customers guessing. It' Is yellow anoUie Mr. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
t and Ir I Porky is ready to bring i family of Starke have moved Into By Haven Crosby: Deputy: ClerkCI23
Pop la getting better rapidly now. stay with Joy all the time tomatoes which look very muchI I batch of pigs and we have to I'Mrs Lizzie Wynn's house near ft 7113
He la up in a wheelchair, and it that way she gets milk whenever like persimmon These contain: build place for her to farrov, I
looks aa though It won't be long she wants it. Think that If we, less acid than the red variety, and a in run with thre the and IV ('.....U C..... and.NieC..aer.FlenNat .,
She Is now a Mrs Mattle Thompson
before he will be back safely In had separated Joy and the calf looks good in a salad tm ". :Plaintiff
very other hogs and we understan daughter Mrs. Mabel Fowler, of John K. MornHn : ,. We-
Northern homestead at Tom'i that the calf might not have come I( FULLYEQUIPPED
hi* S e that it wouldn't be'well for her to San Francisco, Calif spent Sunday nona Morgan, DefendantCan No. S489

River, N. J. They lure do rush a along as well as she has. We're getting rain these days, have them there. There's one with Mr. and Mrs. H. B Wiggins.Billie Order Of P.bllestlo. .... N...... T*

fellow through recuperation then e and It probably won't be long before thing sure, aha won't wait on UI,i May of Gainesville, I.8pendln8' Appear FA-IK! Oil' VLVKIOA. Till

day*. Time was when you had tc Joy was really fat when the well be groaning about too< : this week with his grand- Wonona 139 P. Ellen Morgan Street whose Norfolk residence Virginia J.I the most modern and efficient equip.
1t lay flat on your back for quite a calf was born and several neigh much. But It does cool things off mother Mrs Minnie Johns. ment available to the profession
spell after an operation, but now fact that the calf and that's welcome relief from thi Planning to try to get a new You are required to appear on is
hors ascribe the Mr and Mrs L. A. Hall recently used by this funeral home
In the above nam.dCou.t in
few hours of rest,, five-acre pasture of Pangola graa I I July 23rd 1951 maintaining .
they give you a was thin to. that. They say 'at hot sun visited the Durahlmer family In and cause, wherein plaintiff its well known
then bounce you out of bed. and thin calf!. We don't started this summer. Have a five- Fernandlna. scabs divorce. Bradford County standard of
Y cow brings a
which Is I Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Service.DeWITT
field over-grow .
send you back to work. think that can possibly be true, Big Red, our registered Duroi Mrs. Inez Colson of Jackson next four <' Issues.
with saplings and myrtle bushes' 'Wh",1,,'I
e but then we don't know much about boar had another visitor thii I vllle, was the Sunday guest of her Witness ) and official
and want to cut out the largetrees
Alice l_ on her way back home such things. week. A fine grade BOW brought fence out the parents, Mr.and Mrs Cleve Cox.
for posts pull
now and you can bet that Sam C here by Morris Carter. Hope ah bushes, burn the branches and I A number of Hampton childrenare FREE C. JONES
will to her! He does brings a good litter of pigs. the Phone 7 Starke
be glad see Have had a chain contraption limbs, and then cut up the field l enjoying: Tuesday and Fla.
not like to live alone and like all called a "cow poke" on Comfort good ao that we have a good eeed. Thursday bus tripe to Gold head For Prompt FREE Removal

husbands when their wives areaway which Is supposed to keep her Scarey, one of our two cats; bed. Then want to get some Pan Park, where"' swimming; and various I of Dead Crippled' & Worth Funeral Director Ambulance
has had few square meals from fences. (Sometime had two klttena recently, and Sam If recreations are available:
gola plants and see we can iet Males
f Horses
less Cattle
'' ; Only one, tobe exact and that it does, and sometime It doesnt). has b.en thinking of doing away them to grow. Have to do some H. C. Greene of Jacksonville, Our.local funeral hom..ena-'ea us to offer 0011.

furnished: by our good neighbors, But anyway the doggone thing, with them. But the doggone thing. thing quick, as we now have' Ilx was visiting friends here Sunday. I & Hogs services not otherwise available.

Ik Jay and Frances Eunice That was rubbed her neck sore and screw, are really cute, aa they scamper head of cattle and we know 'r Miss Johanna 'Dalbo, of the U, Call 132 Starke
*. real on., by the way, with frogs around looking as though the) ,
worms got In and we almost tied going to need pasture for them. of F. spent the weekend. with Miss .
legs, no less, as the main tour e. how bad It had big boot on, and so he'll Martha Horne .WE ALWAYS COME We furnish the highest typex service at lowest I\CII\
For the most part, though, Samba a fit when we saw probably just let the place gel t .accept ANT life Insurance policy la force,
s lived on cheese, vegetables, was. We took the thing off and over-run with cats, and then dc Some tourists from New York 'Florida Renderers, as payment la part or hi full
r si.TICE TOAPFHARVirginia company on I
milk, jam, etc, and will be appreciate dosed the wound with screw-worm something about It. City stopped In, and the fellow IS Clraale CJe.rf. an.t.r. c....,.. INC Consultation carries BO
It took to .. ..........
Alice's good! cooking In the killer! and will have to watch It asked how long corn FI..Id.1 t:
future. But of eoorie, he missed' It Planted our back field ((2 1-3 grow (but he asked: how long tor Cartocal Wilson,' Plaintiff. ,
it heals- all right.
Alice more for other things than to see that acres) \in' hairy Indigo. Sowed the it .to come up). Sam told' himWeelt'of'aoand'he' a I r------p.r I I r .
just her cooking.Iatat pays to keep an eye on your stock seed with" a Cyclone: Seeder, and looked at ''the

all the time. then used Katrlnka, the tractor cornfield and laidyou: mea

arrival on our' farm little e to drag a sapling to cover thaeed. you planted that corn only a ,week

Bunklo (Joy. calf) Is' doing Mrs. Louis Hin and Mis' First time .we've tried plant'lag to a&Ol"help! After us, but that we he declined volunteered wit In Celebration of the "'Grand and Glorious'PO'URTH

very well She Is a big calf but Blanchard visited us briefly, and that, way and we hope that
ratter poor >hen she was born, I we get a decent stand'While covering .
Mrs. Hill said that she was goingto
but day by day you can see the I I the indigo seed, noticed i
really visit some time and go lot of seeds from the last
little gal filling out, and -we hOPe'l lupine
it won't be long before & .' allover our place and see what planting. Some of them have HAMPTON

sprouted, but "T, K' says they'l
'% iUUVUVVWUVV.Baker's .- die out. e e ",By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney s JULY;

\ Planted a few things In 'our Grays Have Daughter
"kitchen garden"*. Onion Beta, Congratulations are extended to I "'

blackeyed peas, radishes, pole the Rev. and Mrs Robert Gray Jr.

Beach jeans, etc. We planted some greer on the birth bf their daughUi, .. r tt ij'i .
: beans and wax beans about Valerie Ruth who arrived on Friday -

month ago, and they haven't come June 22. In Alachua Count

up until now because of the dry Hospital, Gainesville. Mrs Graj:
t KEYSTONE HEIGHTS weather. Now that, were getting prior to her marriage, was Mil

f some rain, we're going to plant a Charlene Butler of Tampa.Mr. .

lot of greens and Mrs. Volney Wall .lId

NEW MODERN BATH HOUSE S son. of Ohio, recently visited Mi I ,
7 After two months of doing and Mrs. Ben Saxon. Mr. Wall I I" .

without It certainly la great tc Mr. Saxon's nephew.
have loads and loads of milk tc Miss Norma Sweeney left Sunday

drink again. Sam waited about for Asheville, N. where, IIhe I

LOCKER SERVICE 25c five days after Joy became fresh' will be a girl's counselor at Ben

and finally he' started to think. LJppen Camp for the, next tw
how good it would be to have a'' months.: She was accompanied siir rv

Everything For The Fisherman drink of cool, rich milk, so he aa Columbia, S. C. by her nil. y dIi1 '
ter, Miss Joan Sweeney who hall
went out to the barnyard,

quart into a Mason jar, put it I
In the refrigerator, and a little

while later had a real treat. And

LIVE SHINERS he learned that you do not haveto I

war wait ten days after a cow I

reshens before you can drink the I
.1 :,1 d milk. Or at least you don't have I Ito

with our cow Joy

t Have 14 heRd of pigs In our I

weel corn field and they are
Phone Keystone Heights 2501 really putting the weight on. Hopeto I

fix up a self-feeding box for

them thla week and put tankageIn r
one compartment and mineral

r In the other. By so doing we

hope to Increase' greatly the gain

r More \he We pigs don't are know making.C. .yet what we'll The Undersigned Stores Will Be Closed All Day Wednesday

du about these pigs, though. We 'WE FIT}; .
had planned to let them hog off

the corn and cow peas, and then

eed field them corn and"out of peanuts a bag"are until ready the Fire Insurance to your REMEMBER No Matter How Great Our Trials and Tribulations May Be-

we But sell we've them been as advised soon as they'vehogged that If personal) needs Call come, We Can Preserve Our Way'of Life if We Have the Courage* to Fight for

( tile Callom'Mo get a much off better the sweet price corn for them we'll Charley E. Johns !,.I These FOUR PRINCIPLES OF FREEDOM:

than If we finish them off. Guess Agency 45

ve'll have to do a little fancy
rlthmetlc. O WORK hard and earnestly at the task of' strengthening

We planted our field corn very t... ourselves spiritually, morally, and economically.

CRO'lflt ate, and it Is just starting to ... ....

asale out now. We would have i.pr.t.ntlnS THE TRAVELIH8.Hartfo 9 SA VE free
our American
had a fine field of corn if we had way of life, no matter what the

kept the grass out, but wo didn't I I sacrifices may be. ,
lot of It I U "fir- ,
and as a result a
EXTRA ng' and we'll probably get a low :

plan to do fewer things and do
hem better, we'll get a good I Iylel \ -: I their country! above their personal interests.

<1. A longer.stronger \F \} I O PR A Y for the idsdom and courage to do
Fixed "Finnegan" the water \ our duty as good

ump again and if we go on his Americans, faithful to God and to our
record, It should lust. about a .
month before we have trouble guarantee! I .

rs i again. It ,was a great day for ui
when we bought that pump; we Yes-now these ,
The gasolines we offer should have "stood in bed'. bigger safer I...", Furniture .
H. Co.
pressure PURE Driggers Lawson'
I'I'C. Cold Market
you are first in popularity I Cushion Tires are Storage &
Sam got stuck with a hamperof guaranteed for IS J. P. Roberts Motors .
with Southern motorists,be. 4 Georgia peaches for $2. They lull months\ *" Stefanelli'a Grocery & Market

were half green, and the other And the "cold rub*
cause they're first in fer / ; ;. half rotten. He must of been blind be," in the tread : Sistrunk Feed & Seed Store The

and .id.al1e Farmers Supply
formanuContaining as a bat when he bought them gives .
but anyhow, stuck he was. But I up to 30JS more I Gem Jewelry
a special solvent to mini- nul'.le.PURE. Darby'
being a Scotchman at heart, he Market

mize gum deposits i and \ decided to salvage what h. could Setzer's Super Market

made in seasonal grades, they'll iL by making jam. He cut up thethings The Washeteria
(and flavored them with
show you too that they have "Mote some mighty fine oaths) and then Florida Bank at Starke ..

GO) to the Gallon." made a big pot of jam, which with Cushion (Member Federal Deposits Insurance Corp.)' Robbins
five pounds of sugar added, at 57....

/ least tasted sweet. Live and learn, Western Auto Associate Store Hart Furniture Co.

Is Sam's motto and If he lives

long something enough About, he peaches should, learn e TIRES Farm Home & Auto Supply C. H. Nasworthy General SuppU

9' Denmark Furniture
Have read about the use of24D .. ewe wild Pert H. C. Wall Agency

as a weed killer, so we tried PURESERVICE
acme which we bought under the Electric Service & Supply
I... B. (11D( : ) ALVAREZ SERVICE STATION trade name of "am mate" on the STORE Van H. Priest Co.

Temple Aw. a. Call Sts., SUtrke weeds In Mixed I I
pasture. ufaome Madison & Walnut Sts. Starke Builders Supply

L. F. DIN KINS' SERVICE STATION In an Inexpensive hand Starke, Fla.t Bradford County Telegraph
Tempi Ave. at Pratt SU Stark. sprayer (have to be careful of It
or It'll kill everything) and usedit :i ;; ... _..*.. fete.r.rea
l _
fennel, ragweed, coffee
on dog
83 Stark srM ------ -

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. g29,1931. _ _ _nR.\DFORD_ COUNTY___TELEOR.\PII.____ RT.\nKE_ _, FLORID________________________________________
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Wednesday of last week, saying Rev. Laurie Ray i a" N I4 TXotlf "f n\ ,IA, ,let,, ccthe
d" f lh l "Ii
Baptist Church I Tn leeae "
I At The Tabernacle II ., Kami, wh .* : ( til' ,,1 I ., .1l of, ,, !
HI and Dye to friends and relatives T.1M\ M I: t > WH a "" < "J
,, ... ,,, ,
IN OUR I At Tampa Church "''d, 11' I.I i nhr'wn plaint will( i I. .h .3 Jf
-- ,
Th. Jinan r o of the Lord' Sapper Vic Werner \ nr' h run"itifl; '" tliiit *> you.
A stirring message by imit\. far, *" hi*.* filedgeln.t net lrn pliilt h* publt',' ,1onc
will I Suml tht Long Branch church t .D vor> him r\ I Thin ,
be observed this > ,
Sunday dean of men at Tennessee Rev. Laurie O. Ray whn nt onetime ,.. 3 mi m the above named earn wa.'k. \ Inc r'mr rn"e "n .
'morning it the First Baptist of'' Temple College and the beautifulsinging I:had three additions by letter Offering I| re-sided In Starke. \Is now ourt. ant "a""ft and. you are r.'iulred ..- |I w.eka. In the MriidfoiU i'nuiit, 1"I
I an.ew.'r
to .ervs a. nf your graph
for the fund was ritpy
Starku building
Rev H Hnes has returned I Temple In the complaintn 1, l thl 2ith tiny nf Jun-', 1 if,I.
1 Ir of tho Tennessee I. living! with his family Tampa nr nl**ifltnir to anted >
o from $3164 They plan to organize a tin* vMitnMff': : Attnrn.v:, Inch URAL) A J. Th" <*.
o a month vacation at St I, service the last > I (OF "ICr.\r.
the at .
characterized assigned 1
Quintet BYPU whetherto having been II OouirUn.. ,op> SOT Lynch Uutldinic.lu \ Clerk tf th. Circuit < urtI
Augustine Beach and will preachat I last Friday. night at the Taber I are conference to be the pastor at kN.inuil.' Fl.! .r,id,.,it and file thrtitinil ..f I Py la''n I'n..hy" l D.,,uiy ,':.rk 4 4t
the U o'clock service on "The I nacle. have a Vacation Bible School. Park Methodist Church "' in 'h. .fil. .* of th. (Clerk 537 4'' sls:
Church of ChristCorner Need of a Sacrifice". :. The work \Is progressing nicely. Hyde
Church i The Saturday Youth :Meeting there'.
rian I Imes.age Roof Is on the building and we understand ....
Sunday the - -
evening evangelistic
....tor' and conductedby Mr. --.
:der. Supply" 10th and :McMahun:! by the Pastor will be"Listen' program prepared full of / it Is all ready for windows For thn past seven years IIiIIIIII -
morn- Bible School--10 A. M. Leonard Nocgcl was and doors. \Ray has served the Lake Wales
! Sunday During the Happy Hour
for 'A Bible presented
piC. "The Christian Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:30: that begins! at eight o'clock the I surprises In an unusual manner quiz and a solo: ,,I Mrs, Lillian Padgett and her Methodist Church, having been In
P.M. I youth choir directed by Mr. Ceo the leader accompaniedat ulster. Gloria Starling, were fellowshlpped lit rumen t a I In receiving a Urge Marlin Factory Service
a. m. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Jones will the music sung by Into the church and .
Sl'/1Olll/ 9:45: bring special the piano by his sister, were sun'ay..I number of new members seeing
7:30 M. Mr, and Mrs. ""
P. \ night
lass lOa. m. each Wedneaday : with :Mr. Jones at the piano. The features of the program.At and Bud \ a beautiful new church building
mvshlp 7 Pm" SunLetlnff Everyone welcome. long service of request hymns the Ladles Auxiliary and rance and sons, Sidney erected there. WATCH REBUILDING:
win be led by the pastor with Miss Thursday after Harris were with us from Max-

each Wedne Church ofGod8th Julia Lawson at the organ and Prayer noon an Meeting Interesting letter wa vill. Mr Strickland called onVonilce CARIl OF TI1VNKS I 126 Court St. Starke, Fla.

t g o'clock. Mrs Ruth Morse at the grandpiano. read from their missionary In to talk and he did wonderfully I
& St. Clair Sta. This Informal aervlce Is and We sincerely thank our many
hands sewing
Hatil while were well. We feel that the .
T\L HOLINESS Sunday School 10 am. most popular with all ages.Sunday preparing) a box to be shipped tc lord has a great work for him. He friends for their wonts, of sympathy .
and Temple Ave. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m school meets at 9:1: : this needy, field. and beautiful flowers extendedto -
Is to take over some of the preaching -
Morn under the supervision of Orie
hoot 9:45 a. m.J: Sunday Evening Service, 7:30: p m The :Mission Hall was filled ua during; the sickness and pass-
at the Mlnnlon Station.
EvangelteT:00 Wiggins with Departments and here
11 a m.; Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m I classes with flowers Sunday-the gift" ., gnl of our beloved husband and ATTENTION'
: p. m. Everyone for all ages and a full staff Cent hear him. We also' understand
Prayer Meeting Thursday' 7:30: p.m ot teachers Training Unions of friendsThere (that Rev Harvey from father. Mrs. U.I J Nettles -and
meeting at 6:45: are directed by will be a baptismal servo TOBACCO GROWLERS.I
ice at the clone of the Bible School] Highland Is coming to visit UN and
1 ,
I I- I J. T Lawson and there are Unions
Houl I on Sunday. July 1. will probably preach. So come nee
for all
ag il.Mldwelk Let Us Write Your
Hev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor service Is conducted Coming events: SoutheasternBible what we are trying to do here.I In Tlrrvlt ao'rlrW'in<'o.rl, lira*r.4.ford'.,tit fou.trI ,

Wednesday evening 7:45: by the School Gospel Team, Julj With help) we can do< wonders. We Flf.rldMi. 1 lit *.........,..
|T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke pastor and Is the "Sweetest Hour"of 13. Toccoa Falls Institute Trio will be looking for some of you N. Mm "it Mailer i'Marie ;Numlti,Namle. riftlntlff Lerendnnt' vs HAIL INSURANCENOW

the week. August!: 19. .
r-wm & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town A cordial Invitation ti extended \\' C T I* Notice PHONES! : Office 234 Pastorium 130SD.Y to all to worship at these and all The local WCTU will be In the 'l -

services at the First Baptist Tabernacle chapel Friday, June '
\ Starke where a friendly welcome 29 at 3 p. m. At this time the 'Do Old Soldiers Ever Die? Branch of
11:00 A.M. 7:15 P.M.:
SERMONS Is always received.'MetLdist members will hi'..r the reading of I

School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:45; P.M.: I | award essays by the young people Don't Fail To Hear This!! Interesting INSURANCEH.

WEEK: SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45: P.M.: Church winners.Susan M. Wallace Message! Sunday Nile at S P.M.:

r r r r
Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell pastor
rung Message: "The. Need of a Sacrifice" \ ot the First Methodist Church fill'KCIf OF JKSl'S tlllllHT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Hampton
will preach Sunday\ morning July or UATTrJl: 11.\\' S.\INTSI
Evening- "Listen"THE non CRAY; i'aatorlliblc C. WALL' AGENCY
rr. 1, on the Subject/ "We Have An'\I Masonic Temple, Call Street. .
School Sunday School 10 A.M.: H.T.U. P.M.:
every -
Altar. The service will be held In Sunday
[ CHURCH WITH THE VISITING 10 m. Sacrament ServIces PLEASE; PHONK; 116
the Starke Woman's Club at 11 morning a.
.. ..,., ,
.... -- ., ." .,,' .". -" ." o'clock. The Board of Stewards 8:30 p. m. A cordial Invitationis VISIT TUB_CHUKCII "-
will be installed during the service extended to all
and "The Lord's Supper" will, "that just!! keeps on growing" Constant Service Over 50 Years -

I .. .. .
I be administered at the close of the ; ', C._ '" C _" : ', ..' \ S

Sunday Bight, )ofr:. Mitchell will I
preach the third in a series of By Sirs J. L. Strickland 1

sermons] on "The Greatest Needsof
the Church." The subject fur I I Willie Padgett who Is stationed' SPECIALS We Reserve ,

ABOUT YOUR Sunday night will be "The Demand In the Army In Georgia, attended STARLING S
for Friendship." his brother Harry's funeral last Friday andSaturday r the Right '

r.S. You are cordially Invited to attend week. He Is spending a few days'furlough ( '"'
all of these services of wor I with relatives and his r to Limit

ship at the First Methodist I: friends. Oaf/.r i. rar

S. DEFENSE BONDS Church. Prayer meeting Is held H. E. Ridenour, Jr., one of the. June 29.30 QuantitiesS
every Wednesday evening at 7:30p. : associate members of the Training -

m. The Bible Study on Wednesday Union Department of the Florida -
evening Is centered on "The. Baptist Convention, stationed

Favorite Chapters of the Bible. In Jacksonville, called on us Wednesday . _C , "
The Senior and Intermediate of last week. He came In : | .. J

Methodist Youth Fellowshipsmeet .1 at noon and. of course, was Invited Colored & In Stick .> "It's Sweet SixteenOLEO" I II

[ew law gives your on Sunday evening at 7 Invited p. I with us.to partake He seemed of the to noon enjoy meal our TallMackeral 14]/ C

m. All of the young people are tomatoes
corn, -
usual fare of cow peas
to the "Fellowship Hour"following
des E Bonds ten more the evening church i potatoes and corn bread.and
Says he was reared a farmer
service. I likes that way of living. He fame Jim Dandy
If we want a Training Union i
terest- bearing years to see I
Christian Church I worker to come and help us lIetestabllahe.1

ours better Of coursewe 5 LBS.
Always as before you are welcome do so we will have a worker GRITS 39CYellow C

at the friendly church and here the week of July 8. This Is a LB.SOMETHING
you shall always feel at home. time for all who are Interest .
\\ond bought for $18.75 in Plan your summer activities so ed good In Training Union work to

that It will always Include beingat I learn more about It so make arrangements RoseFLOUR I .
in '61 Bible School and Church serv I attend.
\\1 will pay $33.33 to
ices. m.1 I Earnest Sheaffer of Jacksonville j
Bible. School' begins at 10 a Hill
passed through Clay 25 Lbs. 1.89 NEW HAS BEEN ADDEDAT
with C. W. Colson as superintendent ,I ..
with classes for all allPs. STARLINGS
ingress has passed a bill that'makes it possible for Worship service' begins alII Dr.Seymour I ,

U. S. Series E Bonds to continue earning interest a.m. with the Lord's Supper at I R. Marco

n years longer than was originally planned.For 11:15: a.m. every Sunday., at I OPTOMETRISTEyes : i Any Flavor CENTER CUT
The evening services begin I
example, a Series E Bond which cost you 7 p.m. with Christian EnuVavor. I Examined

3.75 in 1941 will pay you $25 in 1951. But if you The Evangelistic services at I 8, *' Glades/ Fitted JELLOLemon 25C M
3 for
willY p.m. The Lord's Supper I h also 121 W. Call St. Pork
'Id that bond ten extra years until 1961, it for those : Chops
served Sunday evening 219 Starke, Fla.
you $33.33. This is an average interest of 2.9% who 'didn't have an opportunity '
: Chocolate Flavor
Er year. Sunday morning '. I Coconut,
Wednesday evening'! Is always* \
The new law applies to all Series E Bonds (purchase prayer meeting night at 8 pm. h.1Let

ire of$18.75,$37.50,$75 and up to $750.00)) bought The Book of Acts Is being brought I 7 Minute PIE 25C '
any year. The same holds true for any bonds of to a close so .don't miss the I Us Thoroughly LB. 49CWE
few chapters.
is series which you may buy in the future. Rev: and, Mrs Homer, Swlndill. Wash Your Clothes

There is nothing for you, as a bond holder, to do. Wales returned Where Saturday they were' from teachers Lake 9 PoaniU

u need not exchange, the bonds you have. Yo iwl at the Lake Aurora Christian Assembly TIDE LARGE 29C
Camp. Mr. Swlndall win For 40c HAVE A BEAUTIFUL NEW
not sign any paper, fill out any form. You aim.y Swtndall had I

keep your bonds as you have been keeping them. I[charge a teacher of and mu. lc.Mrs.Those attending Temple FREE Ave.Bleach If Desired Stark t FROSTED FOOD CASE

This law does not change your privilege redeer. Camp with Jr,them Claire were and: Francis Albert I Cashmere BouquetSOAP, C ... _
Newman .. .
bonds in any way. You may still redeem any Douglas. Elaine Colson and Anthony 0

nited States Series E Bond at any time after the swln t girls: and boys the report was reatthat We win > FOR 25CArmour
sixty days you have held it. the Starke group was the

best behaved group at camp and Dry Your Clothes
May be converted to Series G knew more about tin Bible The

e new law also makes it possible for you to Swlndalls are quite proud of this For 20c Pure

change your Series E Bonds, in blocks of $500 or 1!'report. \ Urlant
under way at la New Automatic
ore, for which interest Bible School got
Special Series G Bonds pay Christian Church Monday I

cash twice a year for 12 years. For further details, the morning First with a Urge ,crowd of I 0 L ARD.89C

a at any Federal Reserve Bank or Branch.: girls weather and much buys.enthusiasm Despite the Is hot be- I 2 FOR 29CWE

leg shown. It will close Saturday The I

look. h... Y'U',sting ..1I p a ..,..1... 5"W Ih. ....laws' :with. a picnic and swimming; part Blue Plate Pinta
..oItow.S25.150,and S'OOoJ.' .a..wel./6.w, All"' ''.r/ d..vI, I -

n.I": ,.............. 125.00 $50.00 1'00.00' II I Airpark BaptistOn ..I.II
'. ............. .11.75 $3750 5 7500 the 4th. of July we are ce'e-! Mayonnaise 43cMaxwell HAVE A VARIETY OF FROSTED

'''''d.h.r I.1... ..... .....m""... ...Iu.. durln9 ..,Ii p.... brating what the Lord bas done at I VEGETABLESPet
two years BUY
the past
for us In I WANTED to
........ $10123
"...."....".."..........n... 125.21 25.94 $70.62 51.7 1027J the Air Park Church. was ,, ._ C .. .
..... .. How the Church WOOD I II House -- ,
... ............ 24.5. 53.12 10671 I 10:30 PULP
.....:..............: 27... 54.37 'loan started:! by L. G. Hemmingway I Carnation Silver Cow
,'............................ 27.SI SH' 111.25 10:41( : What It ha* accomplished CROSS TIES ,
....................... 76.44 56.7 113.7J I I
,:. .................... 29.oS 51.12 116,25 by Lary Conway has done for and Pine Timber TEALbsi" 29c
......"'.........::: 30.00 60.00 12000 10:55 What It
.:: "". ................ 31.33 62.67 12523 each one MILKI
........ 13061 by Dr. JohnMiguire 0
...... n.67 65.23 11:30: Message
'ee"I,""4.' ((20 Secretary I
h.w State
"I roon .
......... 133.33 U667 $17772iBuF 12:30: Picnic dinner./ Will Pay Seal teat BIG Half Gallon I

U. S. Defense Bonds today rejoice Everyone L.with G,Hemingway!Invited us.! to come Pastor ant I I 1\\'. Highest FOR ANY Cash SIZE TRACT Price I Ice Cream 89C Tall 12V2cWE

earn interest 10 years longer! St. Edward's Catholic I I I 0

?."" fI,s.0.-,,,..,gdonsatnylardi..dartidN.TaeT.vanu/ 6' Rev. Francis J. Dunleavy, pu-I -SEE- ,
D "
?,-'" IA $.4N..ir jMH-Mttw Amonon,1A.Aforavi L'a.w..nd I II I Martha WhiteFLOUR -. .. .
tor.Sunday MMS at 9.13: a. m

Confessions Saturday< S:00 to i i 239

FLORIDA BANK AT STARKEMember 6:00 P. M. and Catechism 7:30: to 8:30(CUsses.P. M.: i iCh11.tren' 'I At Starke Taxi Standi'IIONE 25 LBS. MEATS AND FRUIT JUICESJUN

I 150 .. .
Federal Deposits Insurance Corp. Saturday 10:00: a. m InatnisUoncourses I C : -' : '_ ": :
Religious Starke, Fla.
:Member Florida National Group I Adult every sunda 7 to !9 P. M, J-I

and by special app (:ItDeal I I


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JULU1I9 5 1 nwwo'wcom-ri oRu'n.sTtnKr. LaRmAi -_ _

i I k 1.. H,di 'n i "larl.iFl .i .li
Rotary Cadet Joe AndrewsAt ".1 i. I til.' i I li, i.i ,4 ill I t in II i'. ,>i"i i1 ii
i Lions 1 ITEMS Keystone i --1 h'. i i 1.1 i U i"f Hi" "1'irvnll, Cutii i ii "
Peddlers Keystone KEYSTONE PERSONAL CrowdAt Fort Bragg 1 ."I i ,t..'I'm.. 0 tin- 10th day of July I'ir.iitheinlxe ,
; Pegged Softball -- Expects Big \ the allegatIons of MUM
Play be taken .
Cnmulalnt" will a oonfexK.ThU "
Fish I W. Andrews II!. son '
Fry Cadet Joe .d hy ypu. ,
t Friday Afternoon Rev. Francis Ounlevj. new Mrs. Kate Mansfield and her of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews of notice shall b* published. 'c
By Court Order the Catholic Church daughter moved into their recently cf oneeach week for four aana"outlv.. ''II''
Pastor of Al Nelson outgoing president Starke Is at Fort Bragg. N. C. for weeks In the Bradford County Tele"Tuiled '"
The newly organized Keystone that beginningnext purchased home on Keystone
here, announces the Keystone Heights Rotary Club six-week ROTC summer camp "
(Continued from 1) :, Heights Lions Club hold its first Sunday July 1, services will Lake this .week, I review the year's activities at the 28. thin 7th day of June, 18SI(1)FKIC1AI 1".1 .
page i will which through July ...
In the Inn last I runs ( SEAL) A. J. Thorns, .
i regular meeting be held In the Woman's Club, instead : Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis have 'the regular luncheon meeting I In Cadet Andrews graduated from cleric of the Circuit Court.Jly .1"' ,.,

the facts. I Monday night. of at the Inn. On the 1st, I moved Into the Oliver house on ( the Inn today (Friday). The new recently and while Haven L'roeby, Deputy Clerk ::1' n'f. '
refer Plans. made for a Softball Yale university 8129| 4t 7120O'l'ICE .., .
The application In then were 3rd, and 5th Sundays the time Is j I Lakeside Drive. Mr. Davis Is at president S. B. McKay will takeover received Field Artillery Instructions J ,
red to the Chief of Police whc I game to be played this afternoon 11 a. ni. and on the 2nd and 4th tending the University of Florida. I his duties at the first meetIng there In the ROTC unit. At TO APPHtH f'"""",,,, ,
of the ( Friday) at 4:30: o'clock against ,'Ire-nit ourt.. Bradford County.Klorlilnt .
makes an Investigation ftpplicant's 8 In f.-.4.
at a. m. be
I Sunday Residents of Keystone may In July. will receive actual ,
moral the- Melrose. Lions at the Keystone Fort Bragg ,he In Chancery rll)
business and Into The First Baptist Church started Interested to know that of the 19 I Dill Slprelle general chairman to prepare him for : ..Io'klIt r..y Klcharda. Plaintiff, v.. .0it
character. If found to be satisfactory Kcliool field. Proceeds will go Daily Vacation Bible School on out of approximately 1,000 grad of the Rotary fish fry to be given field training ;Norma Kelly Klcharde. Defendant. I
raised to the service artillery Cane No. 850ANiitlrr
the fund being light as an
he Is then Issued a per. I athletic field at the Melrose high Monday :with an enrollment of 63. uates of the University of this afternoon announces that I To Appenr.Yuu In TIll'

mit to do business. More were expected to enroll later Florida who made Phi Beta I ticket sales have been brisk and MITICH TO APPKAll nr. hereby notified that a ( It.Fp'
that school. Court, llratlford ('.,utut,. ,ult for Divorce nan been filed 11"1
I Circuit
also provides I.
The ordinance I The game will be played preceding i In the week. Kappa, two live In Keystone 1 Indicate a good attendance. Frank F-lnrlilai In <......"'..,'. against you In the above named. II H, .
p Every applicant not a resident I the fish fry to be given by The W M S of the Baptist Heights. That Is a percentage to be Walrath Jr. and Lon Rushton are Klmer W. Banner Plaintiff, VM. Court and cause and you are re.

of Starke, or being a resident of I the Keystone Rotary Club. Church held their regular monthly proud of. One of them was CaptJ. : in charge! of cooking arrangements, Charlotte Pinner, Defendant.Case No.. 8509 wer quired or to pleading nerve a copy to the of complainton :your an- In

the City of Starke, represents a meeting Thursday afternoon of B. Chesslngton the other was while Dr. Ralph Need has chargeof %ofli*.. To Appear.Tn the Plaintiff" Attorney ach IIDoiiKlan FI..rI.Ini iIo.ui,i,,

firm% whose principal place of I last week at 2 p. m In the W. C. (Billy) McCrary, eon of entertainment for this event.. : Charlotte. Bonner, whose re..l-ldenie KOS-S"7 Lynch Ftulldlnw,
"Florida and file Ih"orl."al ,
outside the Slates Is 84 Second Jacksonville C.III r
located Humphreys and aildreHu
business Mrs. Ernest Davis a ;I
church. gave
I Commander and Mrs. McCrary .. Harrlann. New York. / In the office of the Clerkof Dr
1 State of Florida, shall file with Two Games With report on the Assembly In Deland Mr. McCrary Is teaching Spanishat I Hake Food Sale Htr You ft are hereby notified that a the Circuit Court on or before the 11.,1.., ur |>",","".11 Iir

the City Clerk a surety bond I whhh she attended with a group the University this summer and I ChoirThe stilt for Divorce In the hot above been nam..dI'uurt filednitalnxt the lOUt allegation day of ul.1 1951 said: Complaintwill otherwise I I ,:;: ,:: s'rti..I.r0;?:aJl.h ,

t running to the City In the amount Top Jax Teams of vounar DeaD I.. will go to the University of Wisconsin Sponsored By and you.ISUM and you are required he taken a.. confessed by you I' ",,,I .
of OO() with surety acceptable! to Air returned of your annwer Thin notice shall he publishedonce Y "
1. 4 $ &. BM Wiggins has in the fall to work on his to serve a copy .
each week for four consecutive
defeated Stoutamlre of the First to the roinplalnton 1
and approved by the City Attorney I Humphreys from Greer, N. C. where she spent I master's degree. Senior Choir or nli-aillntr Plaintiffs T weeks In the Bradford County Tele- (' ,
the Attorney
conditioned that the applicant of Gainesville 13-7 In a Softball some time with her daughter. I II Methodist Church Starke .will Frank Utmlrum. Slarke, Florida groph. I. '
here Tuesday night I. Dr Musser has called a meetIng In the off li.eof Dnted this 27th day of June 1951.OFF'lIAL I' '' '
! shall comply with all the 1' game played Miss Ann Wiggins has gone tc I i sponsor a Bake Sale on Saturday nnd rile the ollKlnill Circuit t-onrt on ( BRAD A. .T. Thomas. 1Iiihui' !; 'nd "'"
of the of the
town planning com. the iMik
provisions of the ordinances of I i Frick pitched the first 7 innings Rochester, N. Y. to spend the morning beginning a 9 a. m. in before t the :lot h day of July 1061 : Clerk of the Circuit Court shall I ",
I 1 In' or
the State of Florida, and guaranteeing for Humphreys allowing 7 hits summer with her sister.J. : mittee for Thursday, June 28, front of the Slade Gas Co. on CalStreet. others l e. tilt nllKicntlona of xaldCciniDlnInt By HaVen Crosby, Denuty Clerk four W.Wit .
I for the last : the Woman1 Club. I will he taken an confenRe B29| 4t 7120 ,.
Frees took over
of the whllo
to any citizen City J. Brice and hla .wife spent l sent .
of Starke that all\ monies paid a* 2, giving up only 1. Humphrey the weekend with his mother Keystone had bad luck in base ,' Mrs. G S. Newcomb Is chair This by you.notice Khali lie I".hll..h..elon" o'ric'E rIO '\PPfi \R"u..1 I .1124th 1'OFFI I

". a down payment will be account got 13 hits off the opposing Mrs. A. O. Louden.J. ball this week. Both the adult man of the Bake Sale and other each week for four con"ecutlvewceka In Pliirltlnt f Irrult In 'Chancery.Will flr.dt.rd.. ( I I

", ad for and applied according to pitcher. Jeffcoat. A. McDonald and wife and team and the Midgets lost U members of the choir will assist grRDli. In tile Dradford County Tele- him :Miller. Plaintiff vn. Lon. I 11)It: I'

the representation of the solicitor Frees wax leading hitter for son, Jimmy, spent the weekend In her. Proceeds of the sale will gc !>Hted IhlH 27th day of June I!>51.OFFICIAI nle Humphrey alias Lonle Humphrey rha II I.

4 and that the property will be delivered I Humphreys, getting 4 In 5 timesat Keystone.The Gainesville teams and by the Into the Organ Fund to purchase ( Clerk,. SI .of\I.)the A.Ch-cnlt J. Tliomaa, Courtfly MunkKtmi. Defendant.' alias. Ionhit Humphrey9iiiler. tt.r.lt.... 11 .J\I,\ 'igAttys i II

,,. according to the representation bat. Rotary Club Is holding aflnh same score. Gainesville Merchants an organ for the new Methodist Haven. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Case No.. 8410Notlfl'r r,,, "i'

.j of said Solicitor Action This Saturday night! Humphrey fry at the Beach on Friday 6,. Keystone S. Gainesville' MIdgets Church. C 611D' 4t 1120 'I'pp..r.. alias. Lonl .%_,_._.
the two leading teamsIn I To: Lonnle Humphrey
t}, on such bond may be brought In I will take on industrial I I June 29.'Bedtime. 6, Keystone 6. >OTICK TO APPHtHIn Humphrey llnnk ton alia I.onlaHumphrey
\ the name of the City to the use or the Jacksonville JIll II.... whose reHldeliv
School QUICK
Tractor ( Ireulf$ f'ourt. ttrnilford County.rl
. "t league; In the first game, calledat and address In Unknown Lt
benefit ot the aggrieved person. "rl.,nl In Chanrerr:

.''N. T:43: on the Starke field Hum Kiln For Bonzo'Is Vets InterestedIn I I Will Give Farmers Jjmle, V8.LIpHirlou Ail'jlph.May. ("Inlnuy DefendantCu May, Plaintiff lIuftoe"ra} ,Annulment hereby notified him been that filed a !I or FULL

phreys will\ meet Moore Dry .. against you In the above named '
Rites Thursday Film .
Co. and In the nightcap the locals Comedy OntheFarmMust Maintenance Tips .!i\ 'I'" Appear.To I Court and cause and you are required !

: For Cozatt will play King Edward CigarCo. To ParkA Act At I : Aitolphi.Mp1wbotf resIdence to serve ft copy of your an. 1
* : Roger Coming I Once 1 The Veterans On-the.Farm and addrfHa. I,. nknown. t awer tile or Plaintiffs pleading to Attorney the complainton A. J.

Training Class u a You nf Hereby notified that a Thomas, Jr.. South Court Street, .71
Roger David Cozatt son of Mr. City Buys' Posts new animal acting star ns.m.1 Veterans Interested In enrolling sponsoring ult for lilvnrve and reatoratlon/ of Starke' Florida and file the original %

and Mrs Joseph Randall Cozatt ed Bonzo Is featured In "Bedtime i In the On-the-Farm Training 'pro- three-day tractor school to beheld innlden: : inante In' i the bad above been named filed In the office of the Clerk of the

of White Springs, died In a Lake for the fencing for Bonzo'V the screen comedy to July 10, 11 12 at the Farmers 'I Court AHralnnt and you pailae and Circuit Court ort or before the 10th
1 In preparation :;"" gram are urged get In touch I you are reIlulr.,1 day of July. 1951 ; otherwise the allegations .
I Market north of Starke. Subject
City Hospital Tuesday. I of the water works property and being shnyrti at the Park Theatre with the local Vocational Agriculture .. to serve a copy of your an.w..r of said Complaint will betaken
I or pleading' to the complaint"n
of the class will be "Pre
Funeral services were held storage site beyond the school Sunday and Monday. Department of Bradford the Plnlntlffa Attorney T. as confeased by you. =\

Thursday afternoon at" 0 clockat buildings the City Council last The fun film begins when High School as soon as possible.No ventive Maintenance". Frank I.e ndrui iii. Starke, Florida This notice shall he publlahedonce
I each week for four consecutive
the graveside In Crosby, Lake week unanimously agreed to purchase Ronald Reagan In the role of aj I application can be accepted This program should be of spec. of and the file. Clerk the of orIgInal the Circuit In the Court office on weeks In the Bradford County Tele- ,

Cemetery. I I fence posts from the AmerIcan young college professor, tries to1wIn I after July 10, 1951 and a certain lal Interest to farmers' In this or before the 30th day of July, ]A5ltntherwlne graph.
In addition,, to his parents, he Lumber and Treating Co. of environment area. Some of the .topics to be the nllcnntlonn saId Dated this 21st day of June, 1951. Hot weather
amount of
I an argumentwith time is required tc Complaint will be taken .aa confeea. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, uliij!
1 Is survived by one brother, Joseph Gainesville at a price of $1.BO per his fiancee's father, the college process all applications. Since no discussed are: lubricants and lubricating ed by you. Clerk' of the Circuit Court. to be enjoyable

.I Randall Cozatt III; the mat.rnalgrandpar.nt. post f. o. b. factory. dean, and starts to raise the enrollment can be accomplished fuels and carbureatlon, Thin notice shall be publlahed By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk. dine on good
4t 7SOOTICK fooi
I. |
batteries and once ench week fnr four consecutiveweeha
and Mr. Ignition systems
five-year old chimpanzee as a after July 20.. all haste U necessary In the Bradford County Tel. cool. pleasantof
Arthur 'Dale, Starke: the paternal valves and valve adjustment gas
Canning Plant NoticeThe child. to prevent applications from craph. TO APPKAR
grandparents Mrs. John R. Complications enter the unique being caught by the deadline. I saving technique, operating Dated thIs'" 27th lay of June, US!. I. Circuit four. Bradford C... y. Res
RotMln Miami and J. R. Cozatt speeds and loads, and many (OFFICIAL SBAf.) A. J. Thnm..... PUrldai !. C.......,.. Here
community canning plant experiment the arrival of at. Clerk of the circuit Court. Charles you'll find
Mary WInkler Plaintiff vs
New London Pa. will be open only on Tuesday and tractive Diana Lynn who la hired I others. By Hiiven Crosby, 0.......v (Clerk Francis Wlnkler. Defendant.Case orite foods, |pre&
sitter" for Junior Legion Team In announcing the three-day lisp| 4t 720| No. 8508
Thursday of each week beginning by Reagan a. a "baby like
I school the Vocational N tleei T* Appanr.W.C.T.U.. way you
Lions Will Not Meet July Bonzo. The chimpanzee responds Loses Two Agriculture
Games. best of all
3.CARD Department of Bradford High 1II0TI( '': TO APPRAHClrewlf -our p
OF THANKS beautifully to hi. treatment but '... ., ...,..
J. ( r Bradford C.
On Fourth Of reasonable
July trouble begins when he innocently Away From Home School said: "This will be an opportunity .".....td.. I. rkaneerr.Mnroraret :

We wish to thank our friendsfor breaks Into store and for farmers to ask al' Klliahetb Blaxelt flu v"l...n., brlve.ln
a jewelry !
The Starke Lions Club will not Plaintiff va. eonlda davalyaa, De. to Cetlnl
the beautiful floral offerings The Post 56 American Legion those questions about their trucks
steals valuable necklace which
a fendant. !
hold It. meeting next Wednesdaysince and other expressions of sympathy In traced to Reagan. Baseball team dropped two out of and tractors We want everyoneto Cane No. Slit DR. HERBERT F. FISK. IN for a sandwich

It falls on the Fourth of during our recent bereavement.The This Incident almost the town games during the past week, leave the school feeling as If Netlr T* Appenr. ADDRESSING NORTHWESTERN course dinner.

July' it was announced yesterday. .- Klckliter family. curtain on the experiment drops as well I losing to Gainesville 12-0 Monday It Is more capable of economically To: Leonldae.and address Oavalyan I I. Unknown., whoaeresidence UNIVERSITY SAID "IT IS

and also bowing to Ocala 3-2 operating hla traitor or truck." You are hereby notified that a RARELY TIlE CASE THAT A CENTRA!
as ending Reagan's career as a suit for Divorce and restorationof
How Tuesday. Maiden !Name has been filed Restaurant
respected college professor.
IL I Bonso succeeds in clearing his The next home game will be Recent BirthMr. nvjilnet. you In the above named. OF TOBACCO ATTAINS TO* SUPERIOR -
Court and cause and you are cc.quirel SCHOLARSHIP. Drive-In
played on 0 with
Thursday, July .
benefactor of the robbery charge to xerve a copy of your an.
--.- ls one of the laugh riots of the Gainesville on the Stark field at and Mrs. D. L. Thomas awer or pli1lnv to the. complaint (FLORIDA GOOD NEWS)

FOR RENT-Furnished horn ONCryntnl SABV, / DITTEK WANTUU Orada season. 8 p. m. announce the birth' of a daughter, on the Plaintiff Attorney T. --
Ldike by week or .,month ,school girl to play with and carefur Schedule for the remainder of '
A A... Carl Johns City Hall, _Itu two year old child on premises. Mary Sue on Tuesday morningat .
Monday, Tues. Wed mornlncsfrom : the season Is as follows: St. Vincent's Hospital. -
FOR BAL.K-14-room modernlied H:30 to 11.30: Also baby alt- Rites At New Hope July Jacksonville Beach
borne, with pecan trees ..ha"lnwIh. ter for occasional evening duty.
r house ant lawn all day Fur. Mrs. Hurry Mooty, 114 K. 8th Ht. For W. C. Clemons there 3 p. m. p. m.

niture Aoreuae aold, cattle separately.and bulldlnw"0.0110.lots It July Jacksonville Beach July 18-Ocala, here 8 p. m. ea

for vale separately.. Near town. 1-OHIT10.N WANTKD; as houxekeep.er. Native Of Brooker her 8 p. m. July 19. Jacksonville Beach A _
Mrs I.iiPlno.' M Wynn Brouki.hde.AIte. companion or carlna, fur ohll- July Jacksonville Post 158, _
.. RrraitdHlde Itunoh. He entHoad. .... here 8 p. m. _
dren steady .ml>l"m..nt. Oondrereiencaa Walter C. demons. Sr., 67 a e piI
l Must .. here 8 m.
"terki FoR HICNTi furnlMhed Write Miss I p. July 23. Gainesville there 4 (
4-room. cottase, moilernlied, tur.'nl..h.d. Thelma (Oreen oti| Mrs Emma native of Brooker died In a Pa. July Jacksonville Post 158 p. m. (Harris Field).
lar. lawn. Adults Ad.
dresn MM ntmv. tfAPAUTMRNT Creevh., h"la P. O. BM x SRI, Bt. Augus.tloe lip- latka hospital on Thursday June there, 3 p. m. The District Tournament will be
14, following a short Illness. He July 16--J'acksonvllle"
V : Beach held In Starke
FOR ItI'NT-1 bedroom July 2428. and
FOIt HFST-5 room practically new was born October 27. 1883. the .i
llvlna and dtnlnir roomcombined house, 9 bedrooms nicely furn, the Area Tournament will also be
kitchen ami hath, see son of the late Lewis and Nancy
July 17 Gainesville
arrive. electric Frlfrldalre screened automatic hot water heater gas; her 8 iield here, July 31-Auguat 4.
Move, air conditioning fun Kent Crost Clemens.
porcft all furnished Two en*
trances. 421 Madlsnn 8t Apply reasonable Corner ('Christian and He had farmed In the Hellbronn .' ., .. .
r Ohrti'ihT .,* f*,>m.ti. r.. tfHAVR Pent Phone 73-l It.. Springs section nriar Stark for .F- ., : ."- .', I" 0"' lb tc

MitKR DOI.AMITR thnn ...e Kolt 8AI.li;-Huff Orpllno-ton Pul. many years and was a member of EVERYTHING e ,
need Limited amount available.an lots, II weeks nl.l Itpasnnable. YOU NEEDFor
&eely >> >>i Fe Stock Farm If. Twining;, Sit f'nrk Mt,. p. oHox the. Baptist Church.
____.rI.p.s-n sl-% ., t\K\ ]I2I, Wlarke lip Surviving Is his wife Maggie 4th of July '

Cl'I.TIV"Tl1n! IU.t'Ir.RP.ltRIII1S': for FOR $AI.I'-J\l".bJ'rl. Put a few Normart demons; three sons 1
....1... Site per ...tnrt You nick "Harts In your deep tr...... It. FDemorest Roy R. L. and Walton, Jr., all of CII

.1'them......Han'. 5"- Fe Stock Farm.- ,. lIp. Starke; four daughters Mrs FUNAt ; *
'lift ..AI.JJ-N Inch tabla saw anda Ruby Conner, Starke; Mrs. Rosa HOU5
I1AIU1sLI R 4 In'h Jointer rlicvod up to-
'Wak* All Model I ether. with at. hara tnutnr. AlMI DeLoach Miami; Mra. Retha
ReneonsM rhsrire. a II Inch bond saw with 1.1'' Morgan Ruskin; and Mrs. Melba
Cll ,.. r. ".U horse motor ".ad very little Koch's
'TIM' W. ran ... ........ .0..1 IIT6 Her F. M, Harper Ut. 1Hux Hatton Sueads: 21 grandchildren Drugs

03-O. atarke, Fla.. nfter 5 two great grandchildren and _
WIOOINO! AND BIRTHDATCAKRqIS o'clock flij'j Up one sister Mrs. Mandy Forsvthe, -
i un Order taken at Dahmer'sOlft gEEP
_.1 Bhonn Phone ee-' *? MAN WANTED tor Rawlelgh. b".I.) Lak. Butler. Children's Fluorescent Swim Suits 1.98Children's
ness In Bradford, Countv Sell to -
MPAT"! MARKINH INK-duaranteedto Him families. Write today. Raw.lelgh's Funeral services were held In .I.
conform ti IT H. n..pt..t Arl. "..Pt. FAf-370-aA, Memphis New Hope Baptist Church near laglC'S
culture ctflcstons| 4 os bnttl Tenn. June Alum. Frame Your Hotpoint
Uo Bradford County Tel, Kill lip LaCrosse Sunday afternoon BEACH TOYS j if ourB
..anh tt 17, at 3 o'clock with Rev. Moody be the one to unlock
\\ ANTF.1>-3 pulpwnud men. One
NRW Tf)w PRTCP3 on RemlnatonAddlns experienced log truck driver. Out and .Rev. Crawford officiating. House "treasure
Mn<*Mne. Alwo n"mln' "f tow,'n. Iniiilr Chamber ofCommerce. Burial 'was in tAe family plot In Beach Balls ty
ton PorMMe' Tvn.wrlr.ra. .5... Mtarke. Fla lip the church cemetery under the and give YO utunlty
them at Bradford County. Tel. prizes .
arraph. tf FOR' MAI.R-A new crop PenaacnlaBahla direction of DeWitt C. Jones. Chairs
grass seed. SOc per Ih 111gbgermlnotlon. Active pall bearers were O. L Spades :t to get,
superior qualltv. Al. .
so sweet. Y.llnw' l.uplne, bitter Underbill, Wesley Crews., Walter a Model U
-1 berlrooma modern tile bath, 'j' I Hotpoint ,
.. .
entral heattnir. air oooled. .Rverytalna Lupine s *ee blue t .I. pi f Wilkinson, Newn Burney. Lonnie
certified Mouthlnnd Oute. Vi, W. Key-
? furnishedept llnene 1 Magic
'...In. room dinette kitchen Htmllfn Brooker Klu IJ.IB". 4tFOR Crawford, and Pete Crawford. Buckets ask for your
.,.. 1..1'.. 2.69
l ant Very closets AD- be glad.e .
ply Colonial Florist. Nona ft ftAI.R- flmall place close In. _ to buy! You'll
Phone IU. tf tile bath. J. T. Quigley' It 115| > 25 4-H Club Boys .. Rubber Fins 5.39 e But hurry t This special "'

At Cherry Lake i.1 I'
For Week's Camp U. S. Howland DeLuxe Bathing Caps 1.49

i -
Each Package in Useful Plastic Container 1
Twenty-five 4-H Club boys left

AT Starke Monday afternoon. accom. I

I ae YSTONE( panied by County Agent T. K. Mc. Thermos Bottles, all sizes, from 1.79 00 Down .
Clane Jr., for a week at the State will hold OPP'U'

camp on Cherry Lake near Madi 5 -

44T BEACH son.Those BEACH BAGS SUN GLASSES I until required 4

making the trip arc: Rob midi

ert sCooper Donald Heraey. Mon. ZIPPER BAGS payment

_ roe Oasklns: John A. Ooolsby Hotpoint Model
Rudolph Sapp Leonard MooreEugt'ne
Ill1s 8.1 ft. De

ner. GRAND OPENING .. Bill Slkes Forsyth.St. Clair Don McClan HarleyJr. cu. LUIlO

Wednesday, July 4: Charles Butch Willis Krlley, J. Edwin R. Underhill.Crawford De- # ': Look *

wilt Hersey Bobby Sapp Robert at these De Luxe Features

Kelly Huey Crosby: Terry Futch,
I C Music AU Day By Calvin Dlount Wm. Carter. Bill All Sizes o 24lb. stainless! steel| Speed Fr.t.r Interior tight 0 Smooth Wrap..iI IIIe

RANGERS Alderman Stanley Or eon. William 59c All Twit HI-Humldity Draw., with glass Construction '-Yea, protectl't plan !
W. Parrlsh. Wayne Mundorf covert-roltor mounted e Largo Moot Pan, famous Hotpoint Thriftmatfer
(Popular WMBK Radio Artists) While at camp the boys will attend portofaln enameled
e Toll-Bottlo
classes In first-aid and life-

Wonderful Meals at Keystone Inn Having 4-H club organization and Complete Line of INSECTICIDES room for biggest bottlot e Automatic Door 269 95

how to for latch plus New
organize groups recrea Safety Stop e Automatic
(Mrs. Larkin Weeks, Manager) lion In addition to swimmingthree -

Served July 4 From 12 Noon to 8 P.M. time a day and an Intensive Bring your prescriptions to ua for fast. accurate service We Will
Our Be
organization athletic program Pharmaceuticals are always fresh and potent. You Closed All Day July 4th Indepen lence D
can depend on us when Illness strikes.
- Orchestra for Dancing at Beach Pavilion Including softball. horse shoe,

volley ball and track.

Every Friday Night Beginning June 29 Winkler

CARD OF THANKS Electric Service
8:30: P.M. TILL 11:30 P.1\1. W. wish to thank our friends KOCH DRUG STORE

and relatives for their kindness 222 .
Ii 224
flowers and words of sympathy Avenue Phone

during the sickness and death of __. .... .

our Father and The Husband.demons Family I'J .1- .__. .,_._. . Starke (on U. S. 301) Florida __



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