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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BTARKK., FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY :87, 1931 NUMBER TWO
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tYC tr '{ 'Starke Sportswear' Label Will Hit Markets Next Fall I Post SB Leading



I Activity at the local Big' Dad ing out faster and faster now. A In A the home of a Big Dad plant .
Manufacturing Co. factory in- bundle means 50 dozen pair. Here In*large red. white and, !slue!.I let- '

Teased. this week a* more trainees tofore, the company has been shipping tew.As For District Title'
''vere hired bringing the total from the local plant but all production gains momentum .
number of employees to 40( as of the goods were. made in Lexington Siceloft said, the local plant will
Thursday. Thirty of these and just brought in here tot produce about 150( ( doseR pairs of -

Ing women machinery learning while to operate the other.ar.1( shipment.Also scheduled for next week work dungarees pants and a. 73 day.dozen In October pairs !of, COUNCILMAN I Effective Pitching By Delano Thomas ,And

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are employed In the cutting: according to Stceloff. is the erec- production will be Increased. still Jerry Fountain Feature Wins Over
shipping room! tion of two huge 8 x 21 foot signs further when the manufacture of
i Sim Siceloff, president, said 1 on the highway into Starke from sports shirts la begun. Each sport Williston and GainesvilleStarke'a
'vnt the first bundle of dungarees! Jacksonville!! and the highway out shirt will be branded "Starke BEHIND BARS !
Is scheduled for completion Tuesday of Starke towards Gainesville. Sportswear" by an attractive label
weren't to be
'rii but that they will begin" com These will proclaim Starke *, be-, designed especially for this plant (It's a gag folks) defending champions showed they
took the
I trifled with Tuesday and Wednesday nights as they
measure of both Williston and Gainesville and at press time :

j Attorneys Agree To Continuance In Olan Mills Case Thursday Four American remained Legion the only Baseball undefeated Tournament team in being the District held at .

Bradford Park.

Rank I 1 The trial of C. H. Blake Jr., higher court. Judge A. Z. Adkins' quires a permit from the city tc Thursday night Ocala and

i Olan Mills representative who was upheld the Ordinance ih the trial I: do business, and In order to get a 1111131gI Gainesville, both one-time loiers highlighting the affair. Ocala'n

arrested here April IT, has been held. here In June. I permit, among other things, an were scheduled to bump heads In scoring, for the moat part was)
postponed, according to A, J Meanwhile Blake will continue '' applicant must have a medical the first game with the .-win net done In the fifth inning when they

erred Upon Thomas, Jr attorney for ,the de- free as a result of posting a $IOC recent meeting Starke in the second.If picked up four runs on three I
examination a
supply
Pendent It had previously been appearance bond. The maximum Starke team lost its game Gainesville errors, three hit bats-
tentatively scheduled for this penalty for violation of the ordinance photograph, make a statement ar : Thursday night, the playoff will men and a double by JI...Chamb-
McClane.' t,' Monday. to whether or not he has ever been be held Friday night for each less.
la $100( or 60( days In jail otboth.
I Ir Thomas said that he and City convicted of a crime and pay a team must lose twice. However if Wednesday night Starke stop
II I Attorney O. L. Patten, agreed on tc $1 fee to the City Clerk for inves. they won Thursday night they ped a strong Gainesville team 5-3
tunane r' became Starke's a "continuance" .because Olan The ordinance was designed tigatinghim.. Then, if he Is approved as Jerry Fountain gaw up only
lie Si ut In more than! ant ; Mills plan to appeal the decisionof curtail door-to-door solicitation I by _the Chief of Police he four hits, three singles and a

[" 1 week when the award! the local Circuit Court to a I by salesmen In the City. It re-,jnay do business.. double by Billy Knight in the first
given In Scoutdomiio -- f inning. Fountain won his own


it.t the! Rotary upon for him Club.the In, uponliginlratim cere-local. l v Guardsmen Say Florida Sand Beats Alabama Red ClayEven WATCU for ItaHeball NEWSSTANDS Extra giving Friday I single margin game by to when right providing he field poled that tha a winning scored smart

lung' MrClane Is pictured final results of District Tour- teammates. Delano Thomas and
'II| .t mer, Mrs. T. K. local National and Alabama for two weeks," I
'. though the the enemy aggressor a heavy clay nament.will tarry Hodden. The runs gave
.r i hoe the honor ofIn '''''''"''.,..." Guard unit failed to receive the lain and lightning storm. some of the men remarked.And Starke* a 5-2" edge and they were
th badge Scoutmaitat ,".". The local unit arrived back In there Is only one thing again be the champions of never headed.
award they were probably prouder
; right Is a Starke Sunday morning about worse than dry red clay, and that li District Four. Williston was e- Gainesville started a rally 'In
,District ChairmanIn 'than the Lake City unit when the 9:30: o'clock Everyone who went Is wet, red clay, the Guardsmen laminated Wednesday night, having the seventh. Inning but sharp
Eh I ngthy record in latter received the IHmo Struth leturned.on the train with the ex found out Their lust night In the been beaten by starke Tues fielding" by the local Post 08 team

-,nK: held practically conferring the rank of Eagle trophy for demonstrating the high- ception of Capt. Hugii. Ingram I field. It mined and the tactical .,- .'-- ------- day and losing' a heartbreaker to and especially) Buck at second
ible position In them Scout upon Tom McClane, C. H I eat efficiency in the 121th Infanry who. went to Chicago from campto problem they were engaged' upon Ocala Wednesday. base, stopped It neatly. With the
i time or another, and .Vaswortby, chairman of the New Regiment during the two week visit his. wife's relatives and had to be called off "Men and I Demolition {Work j Pre-ganne ceremonies Tuesday bases loaded, due to a walk and
I g! icN 't'"il to attend an River District, Boy Scouts of IOf camp at Ft. McClellan AlaI bring his family back ,with him. equipment were sliding all over Ilet'eallad ConditionOf night featured Slgsbee ,Prince, two singles/ Larson singled In a
..itial Jamboree last year. America' state that the impor. I The local unit was runner up. Pvt. James. L. Griffin, who wa! those hills",," they.aald. "Give me ,, Gainesville Commander of the I Gainesville tally. On" the same

[scouts are recognized all ance and significance of the oc- ': Elmo struth," the man for whom operated on for appendicitis the tlorida sand. every time" I Old County Jail fourth district hrowing the first l play Redden fired to' Buck who

world fur their abljlty\ aslon could not be overestimated. the trophy was named, was regimental first day In camp, also returned Many rumors have been circulating I ball nut to Mayor J. R. Wainwrlght. trapped. Bernie Parrish off second
|"g men who have attained He expressed the hope that more' sergeant-major under Col with the local unit'even though he to the effect that the local When \V T Jackson (above Also on hand was Sidney for the first out Then, third baseman
boys would strive to attain this Snyder when" the local unit was had been confined to the base hospital unit la just before being called Into right) began/ tearing the Martin Hawthorne, Baseball Don Williams snatched a hot
an given special rec- 'op rank In Scouting, and said activated n'orldVar II. Struth ,during the two-weelts, aee- active service However, WOJG work. out of the old county cel'l Chairman of the fourth district liner from the next Gainesville

I m some branches of the that with more encouragementrom was killed In the Philippines. Hlon. Alhert L. Crosby anlj "If they. I house this week on Temple and:A J. Thomas Jr., Commanderof batter and fired to Buck. for a
Jirccn, and also in the busl- : their parents, he believed I I i Even though the local unit tall.I Fort MoClellan had been rumored know, then they're ahead of u. he helped end what county Of'j the local Post 06. game ending double play'
I pr&ff-slonal world. they would. -I ej to receive any of the special to be a rattlesnake heaven Crosby said "We have heard nothi i I finale have long described as Tuesday night Delano Thomas Delano Thomas led the local
awards, they were in second place and members" of the local unit Inff/ and have no Idea if or when J county's worst\disgrace! The commlnHlnntrs I led his team to a 9-0 victory ov..rWillis team at the plate with two singles '
'for two of them, and received a were willing to believe it when the unit may be. call1d. We have ; ImtJ >nrller used I to" when he limited the in'two times at bat, "
rt Parrish Killed On Highway; l i i unit, citation from the Battalion they killed eight during the flrit! had absolutely nothing regarding for bid, on the scrap metal ers to two singles and struck 1011'1 Ocala took the first game'of
CurAmanJerr Lt. Col. Robert B three days at camp. One mobilization," he said. In the jAil and Jackson's! bid of 18 opposing batmen However, the'evening from Williston In the
Harkneis, for their work duringthe say, was killed In the mess thi Crosby said that the unit haa a 113900 hits been highest I Waa backed: up well, by his teammates I seventh Inning when they scored

ent Apparently' \Was Unavoi bleFarrlsh. field problem. This consisted However, after" the unit left cut pumber of vacancies -an a result Jackson and his assistant J. :'A.Wtnnlnfrhnm when they'"pounded out 12 : aa uprising that netted them
19.1. keeplugcommunication' for,'the .probleln, area, no nwJM of members moving to other towns are pictured above!I big hits Including thnramrngler' : evenruns on 'no hits, making' fife
at all times, despite such were sighted. ranging from private to captain busy at their j Job of demolition" Don Keddori. Smith, Williston !I final score 10-7.( In the beginning '

42 year old right In front of Wilkinson's. I I 'difftculitles as'attacks, wlth-j|i "Camp Blanding sand doesn't Anyone' interested Is urged" to call .\. J. Thomas, Clerk of the Circuit 1 left fielder, was the only man tcj: I of the seventh WlllUton led
: look half bAd after swallowing at the local '
)f Maxville, was killed rarrlwh was born In Duval Couo- |drawals. Interference of lines by armory. Court, said that although he connect with Thomas's Oeala-1.3, but Fant vho had been

> night of lost ,week when ty and had resided In Maxville all had no actual "TQfcrd' availablethe and was credited with otferlng'l'.. pitching very effectively, became
i old onto the highway anJ his life. He was a member of the i, ".'"" .. .. .' jail house v as built by Carlyle team's hits. One came \ tired and all seven runa were
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I by a car driven. by Jack\ Baptist Church and was a veteran I ': :,,4' Peek about li>10.( The additionwas and Inning and the other in the scored on walks errors and wild
11 of Clay Hill. No of World War II. 'j'I .; Will added later, along about 1920( ninth. I pitches. Thin eliminated Williaton

[have been filed against I He Is survived by one brother I ,,' .. by J. T. Quigley Redden led the Starke delegation In the tournament and proved to
''iiiiililrnt\, Dan. Parrlsh, Maxville, and stxl) When the State made an inspection .at the plate with three hits be a real heartbreaker when they
occured on the sisters, Mrs. Cora Hodges, Mrs. j of the city and county jails' In four official times at bat. How. tailed to break back Into the
I road just a few hundred' Ester Hicks, and Mrs. Alma And > ,all over. the' state In 1946, the Brad-, ever, Williams, Carswell Jackson scoring column In the bottom of
Vrth' of Maxville cutoff. .-rs, all of Lawtey: Mrs. Sallle, ford County jail was condemned Id aiffl' Mast connected for two hits the seventh.
,.w. state that Parrish Hogan and Mrs. Gazell Sweat along with most of the others. each out of their four The opening night crowd reached
left ills sister's,, house Jacksonville; Mrs Marlon Leigh I| itwork However, Thomas said, the con- bat, Starke was helped errors", I approximately 200, A, J. Tho-
.ing Supper there and San Antonio, Texas; and one I demnation was never made offl- ably' alao by six WlllUton" mas, Jr., said but It climbed Wed-
across the highway. A brother, D. J. ParrUh Maxville. | ('(AI. Cecil Sflwell deputy sheriff, while they themselves played nesday night to' close to 400( people -
"Michigan\ : was going I Funeral services were" held Sun Wte sold that the Inspection must have flawless. game in the field. Including a sizeable Gainesville
the time of the accident day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the "openej people's eyes" because he In the firm game Tuesday even- delegation, Thursday, night
1 that Farrlxh seemed Long Branch Baptist Church with personally", knew of eight new jails Ing. Gainesville beat Ocala 0-7 Legion-officials expected a record
M" as to what to do. He Rev. James Strickland officiating. that .pran" up In went Florida with John Arnette's homorun in gathering and estimate the probable

].raped to the other aide I Interment" was In the church ceme-. /j Bradford Cpuntains alone Immediately following the the fifth and pne mate on hoard attendance at around 6UO,

[ ad<1 so that the Michigan tery under the direction of Key- survey. ,
f'1 miss him, and landed McCabe Funeral Home. I In a survey made by the Federal .
to
are looking a Humphreys Ends
I W .t Government about the same Schools To Open

Court Law Poses Puzzle -j 10-inch hole in Sampson time'lull. in only the nation nix county achieved and the city 80( Long Winning Streak
With Loss To VFW
percent. mark: They consideredany September 3
I" Lake to solve their jAils below this mark unfit

udget-Weary Commissioners i ip e for human Inhabitation. lost Humphreys their first game Gold in Corporation a long
I drainage problems. Now prisoners held In the county No doubfilchoot children will be winning streak, Saturday night

are kept In a new modern, disappointed at this announcement when the V. F \V Gator Post in
General, Richard Erv. ed under the provisions set forth Meanwhile everyone is airy, brick structure that w\ but according. to H. P. Morgan Jarksnnvllle beat, them 4-1, Thy,
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this week that the Juve- there would be nothing In the built a year ago on the site of the Superintendent of Public Instruction Jacksonville! teem Is currently
pt act passed in the 1931 statute bookr under which a court wondering willIt county's first jail. The new facilities all Bradford schools are leading tha Jacksonville City Sot t-
i'If f tile Legislature was In1' could proceed to handle Juvenile ,1 Include hot and cold running scheduled to open September' 3 bal' League.

te effective In all coun"ghoul caiea. I W do the job? water at all times, shower and for the 1931-92: : school year This .This marked only the fourth
/' the State. Ervin While the major effect of the a toilet. facilities, .adequate heating, date' however, gives school children Ides I of the season for the local
ft the> law applied to all' act on the county would be the I-; towels and -washcloths, mattress a week longer on their summer outfit but plans are being made
i although it does not red addition of personnel to fill the .. covers. that are changed once a :, vacation as* school started for a return game It possible
h county to establish a position of councelor, there Is a week and the cellworks are clean'' August 28 last year, However, at press time, no game.
Hurt I general revision of the law deal 'Illy4+Y i from top to bottom. I i THe reason for the extra week were scheduled for this week.
e unties not desiring ing with Juveniles, a term defined I This Is a tar'cry from the old, according to Morgan Is because
'J Paste court the county as meaning a single or married I jail: where there was no plumbingof I i of the building and remodeling
g 11 designated to preside'' person under 17 years old. I any kind in the cells, the walls', projects underway at several CALLINGALL
n,"\118 courts A child taken Into custody 1* r were stained with tobacco juice: I! schools The Lawt.y school buildIng ''
't General to be released to the parent or Is receiving new heating equlpment ,
However'l ,and all heating was done by
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l-Un ,
t- guardian whenever possible; a w iSt Iof I a few old wood stoves. m.an.1 I a new classroom buildIng DOGS !
untie are to child taken Into custody is not tc Jackson's Crew began tearing i Is going up at Hellbronn, the
:| 'mntelor to work with I! be termed "arrestedvlthout; an I down the walls and roof of the,I heating at Hampton\ beng worked .
I exception a jailed child.!is to be'' (I cells''' they found dust and dirt on and the UH3 auditorium le l
"1< nt de' lalon places the kept apart from adult Inmates I I three Inches thick. One of the,I'currently being converted into a t
IRis >f Bradford Counlvmtage. / and the child is not to be fingerprinted library
; i'LL workers jokingly said that the hot | ,
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The law has or photographed tom layer was probably older than Morgan satil that the opening .
( a .ed, according to special order of the juvenile he was. i data for registration of first grade I

e( ."' Sr Clerk of thert court judge.All Sewell said that during the'winter I(pupils will be August 29' at" 10( a. Mayor f. R. Wainwright I I..*.
al i d the Board of juvenile hearings are to be wood m. The busses will run. he said, sur-d. a stern warning to dog
time he had to carry up
:nerv prepared 1 kept closed to the public and under but the pupils are not required tc I owner In Starke Chin week regarding .
to the jail on .the second floor to
b
;dg.t in their the rec- be there If their wish to
July no circumstances are parent. I the city ordinance requiring -
H, feed the small wood stoves and the
-r he said, the cords of such hearing. to be cells''' come and register their children all dog to have Innocu-
Inmates be left In the
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couldn't
1 ''t to their at-' opened or made public. In the or they didn't feel the heat at all I 1 alone However he said latlon for nU>le... Thw mayor
'etlng scheduled event a Juvenile case is appealedto ents who have children beginning olil that only SO dogs were
I e Accordingly he said he had to
me plan ot ae- the local circuit court, the school this year are warned of the vaccinated on the veterinarian's
ih into the corridor to I
let them out ,
;, d. child' initials are to be used! Instead ." state law requiring birth certificates previous trip to Starke and. that
,1 F, Ja law provide. of the name. .- +., _... ._. .,...It..-.........-..... -- .- /gatheraround the stoves and there I at the time of registration the city ordinance would be enforced.
threat of
t t.lie was always the a
....11 unties without The court twill! have the right resident of Park "Charley" lean again a length of ten Inch pipe te keepIt er hitting him In the head prl.on-I| The pre-planning period for all .
Arnold, a Dr. will hn hokla
nU. court. juveWl1 under supervlslon Joe teachers la the county has been neaurhamp
""' to place Juvenile Mchenrk. well driller' off when his hands and arm.w..re .
; be it works because straight a* C- R. a for many yearn, operates Ing Starke thin
handled by the of a counselor commit thE Street, hopes slated to( start August/ 13. Saturday at the
; !, TIt overflow from Al-| liar "hanntwr.. Work on the. experimental well endtvl this full of wood.
: act 0' the I child to a detention home or ladiutrial he's tired of the city light plant from 1SO to
F. u ./ elaboration, of school or permanently Ugator Creek rising above the| %' <*...k. At full capacity, the. 10-lnrh pipe should drain at the rate The space that was taken up by Recent Birth ,:33 and In Bean front 1:30: to

JuvenOe courts are tc commit the child to a license floor of his house, as it has on of 1,300 gallon a minute with the help of a siphon attachment the old jail works has been givenby 3:30.Saturday.

bet Ig Inaugurated by agency for adoption.The several occasions In.the post.Aubrey which, will be added later. the Board .of County Commissioner Mr. and Mr. W. B. Thompson morning will find
J.ClalallOn S e him at Lawtrjr. from 9 until
new with the goal cost of Juvenile court of to b. used for a public announce the birth of their third
act :Moore, a farmer ease I 10:30: and at Strickland's Service
a being the .tab-- whether set up by special law 01 It worke. because are looking to the test drainage for several years.The library If some organization other son, Timothy Allen on July 13. Station at Lake
de, uniform juvenile carried on by the county Judge Starke. hopes driven In Sampson seem to be: -- KlngMey!
'" faUC'rope well now being question will the from
to be able to plant than the county assume 11 until It BOOM.
JI. i. to be borne by the county cornmis.ionere. he'd Ilk* Lake and hoping It'll work--for "Water water--who wants theexcess Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Barks- .
of having -
1951 without fear coat. 9o tar It Is : The mayor said that an dog
again remodeling reported
Italnte hat
commission dale announce the birth of a son,
repeal The they |lone reason or another. If it'doesit water? ... ...
as moat be d before
rontr'l out a
drowned
< leoC1.laUon 'af- the authority, however, to levy them | will be the answer to a touchy And the answer of course. Is no organization: has volunteered I Robert C. Jr., on July 2., at the Itaenae be secured.SCQut .
au IIr11f J ffend..rs, rain I up to 25 tents for each person lr have bw In a rrrnt e year a [f problem that has been a controversial nobody. the job. I Gainesville hospital. mar

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Arlie Broughton and'I Dt'dra at t ,

.I 4.I Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED BROOKER I LONG BRANCH GRAHAM Cove.Flake Watson and lon, Gene daughters, Margie. Arlene and i theIr Mr dinner lay l I't&u\lt iips.

have returned from a trip to west Linda are visiting relatives In Irene Ratliff

1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNtKoiTO. Mrs. E. J. Lewis I tty Mrs. J. L. Strickland Uy ;Mrs. John McKlnnyMrs. Florida. Jacksonville and! Mrs, i. ep4' "-
I Jessie Surrency of Tampa spent Mr. and Mrs. West of Palmettowere Pvt 1I:1\111\: C'l'a
Annie Ward and children the weekend with his brother,I guests .of her mother, Mrs. Va. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer of I There will be services at Pad
Published Every *nil Entered as Second Eau Gallle spent the weekend I gett Church on Sunday, July 29. I of Waldo were guests of Mr. and I, -<11- .- .. ---... .... .
Class. Matter at Office at Starke. Fla. here with her mother, Mrs. Lillle We will all take our dinner and 1 Mrs. John McKlnney: Thursday ,, -+-".......,- .

Cone. They were accompaniedhome spend moat of the day there. night. I
FrldaYj(] 19518ubscrlptlon by their little daughters, Vondee Durrance will deliver the Mrs. Forest Reynolds of Jack-
) I lonvilla the weekend with
Patsle' and Lou who have been message. Let's all go and enjoy i spent I
mother, Mrs. P. T. Abernathy.Mr.
: :: her
visiting Mrs. Leslie Green and the day. Vondee Is just startingto
*1.50 For Six MonthsHow I and Mrs John McKlnney
$ Mrs. Cone. preach and needs our encouragement .
were Friday guests of Mr.: and '
John Hart and son of BeU were I :
Mrs. A. A. Youngblood in Waldo. r % C
weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Arthur Hatcher Is having some 't
Inaccurate Can You Get? T. W. Markey and attended the work done on the road to the:I The Bible week.School will one continueall Is Invited :-:::=:;:-
next Every
local annual meeting at Rock church. properties of Louie Carter and I
scurrying to news- attend. 4 Wi
Starkeites went to ,
Last weekend Lee Galney Of Jacksonville George Carter near Black Creek.I .
stands and bought some two hundred copies of a flamooy- spent the weekend here with We completed our week of,, Rev W. E. Burton has returned .r.as
entitled somewhat grandiosely, if 'I home after spending some time ::::::: '
antly-covered magazine friend. and relatives. Training Union Instructions and
albeit misleadingly, "Official Detective." Mrs Lelta Mae Ru... and two Miss Rogers went on to Starke with his son, Lee Burton In Crescent -

The around that this gaudy publication small children spent part of last for a week's .work there. Six of City. I/II"-
contained TaccouSt of the McCool-Corbin murder case that week visiting relatives and friendsIn us completed the course and are p I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kune of Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sato day
Palatka were guests of Mrs. J
Miami. for
here several months ago. waiting our diplomas. We are
court
t r Ordinarily don't in for detective magazines, but- Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hicks now anxious to organize the Kline's niece, Mrs. L. E. Ratllff. .

we what it go is in the human breast-we freely and children of Starke spent Sun- Adult Union, as all we have at Mr. and Mrs. Willie Sloan of ;; W;:' tr e.s; : '
curiosity being the two hundred who paid a hard- day afternoon with her parents. present the Juniors. This Is the Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. H. Sloanof E' 152 Gall Street
admit that we were among Mr. and Mrs Gene Stokes.Mrs. Lord's work, and not just Strick.land' Jacksonville were weekend Yel'yaaO( .
earned quarter for that particular Issue. Carl .: 'l"" 'St8rk9'Fjerl' a
to Mattie Sowell. Mrs. Erne even If it Is at our residence guests of Mr. and Mrs.
11 hA RO told we would, ,like( here and now, : ,al : .oq\\; '
we may that they HUMS and Mrs. Tyler Jones are so come on and do your Broughton.Mr. ip "
journal
surest to.the publishers of that erudite Detective" spending this week at Camp part. and Mrs. Vernon Dyal of
change the title of their publication from "Official O'Leno. Mrs. E. E. Hewitt sister of <, Miami are visiting Mrs. Dyal's
to UoKwash." But on Kecond thought, that might Mimes Yvonne and Catherine Mrs. J. L. Strickland, spent the'I aUter, Mrs. Harley Starling. South Carolina Elberta or FreestonePEACHES

be an insult to Bradford County hogs. We apologize-to the Harrell are spending this week week with us, returning to he ,
hogM. In' St. Petersburg and Tampa visit home In Battleboro Vt. last Sun flIllhL, .' .J, ".' ,- ,-
What we and the 199 other suckers got for our two bitso ing relatives and friends. day. She likes our southern climate 41bs3
not "official" facts, nor even good fiction. It was a Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green and and says she would like to, PHONE 218
was
both, each contaminating and adulterating the children returned home. Sunday live here, but her family of I
other"with the resultant mixture best described by the unlovely from Brooklyn Lake. Yankees would not be satisfied COLONIALFLORIST Seedless Cuban Golden Bantam ylri
Mrs. Vida Harvey of. Jacksonville unless they had snow to skli on I
i have used above. GRAPES AVOCADOS CORN
term we and Mrs. T. In Winter She TOMA1
mental fabrications with which: W. Markey spent was pleased to see I I
The inaccuracies and pure several days with Mr. and Mrs. our parents doing so well down.'
would have been ludicrous exceptfor 3 29c 5 29c R.
23c
the story was embellished\ of that > lle Oreen at Brooklyn Lake. here. Pound For Ears 1
one factor: they were passed on to the readers Mrs. Harvey returned to her home Mrs Minnie Lee Gurr and son

i magazine with the implication that they were the truth. Saturday afternoon' are visiting Man and Dad Strick FLOWERSFOR Duncan Hines or Snow Crop '.
That, as we see it, I is inexcusable and unpardonable. In our Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas of land while Minnie I Is waiting fora '
I humble opinion such reading should be subjected to govern- Lake City attended the annual hearing on her application. for ALL OCCASION!

ment regulation just as much as mislabeled drugs and foods meeting at Rock church last Sun work. I JUICE 5
are regulated. Adulterated drugs and foods affect the body, day.Mr. Mrs. Richard Lang is visiting Cans
adulterated "facts" affect the mind. Each is of equal and Mrs. p. S. Colson of El relatives near Lutz. She went U. '
just as:
healthful and moral citizenry.Of Paso, Texas are visiting Mr. and see her son Bill who was married (j)
to a l
importance
course, the magazine publishers probably have an"out" Wrs. 0. B. Colson and Mrs Rosa last week and Is* to go. oversee I Winter Garden Quick-Frozen t

in the publication was it stated that flnholster. Before long. |
nowhere
in that E. J. Lewis and son, Allen were A. E. Maxwell spent part 01! DISH GARDENS
:
But! the title of the magazine I
the stories were actual fact. In Gainesville on business Monday last Thursday with us and said n STRAWBERRIES 4'Can
itself. "Official Detective" and the fact that each story was seemed like coming home. POTTERY

embellished' with actual photographs of and quotations from Harry Edwards a B. H. S. graduate Card of Thank POTTED r
the law enforcement: officer involved, were all cleverly designed -I has accepted a position In We wish to thank our many PLANTS

i / to give the ImpreMsion that the writer was sticking Washington We wish him good, friends for their words of comfort FLOWERS WIRED

to actual facts.: Thousands of young readers throughout the luck. I and the beautiful flowers given II'> : ANYWHERE
nation, no doubt, accept these stories as "the real McCoy." I Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamiltonand token of love when ,we were s' w
We imagine that the law enforcement officers in every instance eon Thomas spent last week. deeply grieved over the tragi I Nona St StarkeATTENTION

are dumbfounded just' as they were here, when they I 'in Washington and Maryland, villI death of our dear brother and ) 6 6"Superbrand"
nee the form in which these cases appear in print. lUng their son James who is In I uncle, Robbie Farrish. We alas ". : :;". cJ1c& L

Naturally, none of this purely fabricated material was: the Navy. i wish to thank Rev. J. L. Strick ..JJ '
e"I
j local Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jacksonand I land for his services so willing! _
given to the writer of the McConl-Corbin story by the children spent last weekend I I rendt'rf'd.-The' Parrish family OjmB
When he here several months ago, i
office. appeared
sheriff's with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lewis. : wish to express our hear.
him to the Telegraph office, stating that he could :1 I I'e
they sent Mrs. B. F. Hazen and daughter. to our friends for the, '
information from back issues in our files. riilllis
obtain complete of Gainesville spent Friday offerings and kind servli I
These were furnished him without question in good faith, ai guests of Mrs. Ernest Ed- during the sickness and death ." If You Have Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry

just a-4 they are made available to other students, writers, II our father, Ellgah Carter, wh I I
i and the general public doing any kind of research work. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harrell and I died June 17 at his residence at I PINE OR CYPRESS J' AM 2 Pints 39c Ii Gal'oI'

nut now that the story is out it appears: that the writer I Mrs Eva Harrell attended the to- Clay Hill.-The Carter family. I
was more interested in draxrin: in a nonexitent: element bacco Hale at Lake City Tuesday. I TIMBER TO SELL

of mystery than lie was in sticking to the truth. The crux We are organizing little Sun \ "Large or Small Tracts
1
I Beameri at 2:30: August I, at the Adding :Machine and Pnrtjblo7ypcwrlters "
of the case", : as presented in his story, rested on a mysteriouskey ,
1 supI|\osedly found at the scene of the crime, and the suggestion -Baptist terested Is Ctarch.invited Everyone in ford County Hold Telegraph.F on tllUf'-ntlu.l. 1 We Rug All
to attend. I
that the burned automobile was: stolen. They are
APPLE JUICE
Mrs.
| R. B. II
Kennedy of Brend- I >
that the PAY TOP
statement PRICES
the writer's
just about as accurate as
AJt Is
| rldgcy"' visiting Mr. and 1\lrll.1
mystery car drove "north" down Call Street. That, incidental | J. A.'lfcrker**and family. Mrs. R E E GRAPE JUICE

ly is the neatest trick of the week, since Call Street at.last I l, Kennedy is Mrs. Parker's mother. I JUKIGMPEJUICE
, Inspection was !still' running east and west, just as it has done Brotherhood. :Meeting For Prompt FREE Removalof Write or Call SCRAPE

j since time immemorial. A Brotherood meeting was held Dead, Crippled. & Worth- P1IILA. CREAM CHEESE 2 pkgs. 29c r,

Maybe vxe're taking the whole thing too seriously. It at the Baptist church Friday night less Cattle, Horses! Mules, .

1 would he much easier to laugh it off and go on about our July 20th. Rev Bob Gray from & Hogs e. B. THOMAS No. 303 White House Apple No. 2 Comstock Pie Sliced
business. But when someone takes liberties with the truth, Hampton preached the sermon.

. and passes it on to gullible young readers", as fact, we think A chicken supper was served at Call 132, StarkeWE LUMBER CO. Sauce IDe 2
the Community center, ISO: Can Apples
I it's time that someone set up a howl. this enjoyed ALWAYS COME I PHONE 211.J

! l't'rhapthis is another instance in which some sections of meeting and supper. Florida Renderers I I'. O. Box 733;

I +1 our press', are u little "too free" )Freedom of the press"' '' certainly STARKE. FLA. 45-oz. O'Sage Grapefruit 2-Ib. Edwards Pure Grape

I was not intended to give anyone the right to perpetrate INC.

I, l any such abuses of truth HI this. We still think PINE LEVEL Juice Can 15e Jam Jar
\ magazines of this kind should either be made to label their ---

r', I stories "fiction" 01' be subject to regulation that would pre- lly Mm. II. M. Mcltue i iI l-lb. Educator Mb. Box Sunsweet Extra IftsWPrunes

!/) y vent them from poisoning the mind, just as impure foods I -- JIIII. Men'* Clothing
I'/
+ and drugs poison the body. Rev W. E. Hall filled his ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 I1I1I1
,1t i I I lar appolnment at -Pine Level regu Saltines Box 25 'BeR

SlalinJoes'l/ Want War. Why Should lie? I Baptist Church lam Sunday morn. I

,t I ling and evening with 175: In Sun. .i I 12-oz. Kounty Klst Peppers & W. K. 11-02. "Slng-A-Song" Peanut\ .
Stalin does not want war-and he does not want peace. day school.

' That is the theme of an unusually Interesting feature articleIn Mrs. Hall returned
home from Spray Your Home N-O-W-1 COlD 2 29C Butter
U. S. News and World Report called "Stalin's Master Plan." Macon, Ga. taut week accompunl- Cans *

The broad basis of this plan is described in a subhead, ed by her sLster, Mr'. A. R.
which says "A triple-threat combination being.tried by Mitchell """ ,Jet Kill 17-oz. Ocean Spray Cranberry 314-Ib. Swanson's Whole SBftoChicken

Stalin. Here's the way it works: Dinner guests of Mr. and Ma

"1. Keep Russia strong and ready. 2. Let others fight on A.and J.MM Fender Sunday where Mr. Sauce Can 17'/ e CM
,
the fringes. 3. Use Communist parties to soften nonCom.munlt -' dren' Fred Heidi" and :!II.!
countries of Vanderbilt ;secUon. Mr And If any time thl >ear you see
and Mra. Tony Gonzales' .. of Stark< any hug that are not DEAD or New Pack Lusciousi Ga. Elbertas in Halves
"Idea i U: tovkeep everybody on shakey ground betweenwar and Curtis Wimberly of DYING mall hot 11JET KILL Heavy Syrupl O'Sage Dessert
Tampa.
and peace, try to conquer, the world without firing a l Russian Mr. and Mrt. A. F. Hall end Inc. Tallahassee. "'Ja. and we will

shot." children of -.1t1 k.lOllvlllol! event the Kindly return purchase pr...... PEACHES 2
As the magazine points out this master plan has been weekend with Mm. Haifa parent No 22 Can
well far. Six the Soviet the H. :M. McRao'a.
working extraordinarily so years ago Their little
BOTTLED IN FLORIDA No. 303 Cons
dictatorship was' confined to the 193,000,000: people who live daughter, Dinun-, staY d for a TROPICAL Brand u2 .

within the USSll. Today the Kremlin bosses a huge empire vlalt with her Cousin Kathy FLORIDA PEOPLE

with a population of more than 800,000,000. And, during Myrlck. TOMATOES 2 2U.
that brief span of time, the number of people who may be Harley Mrs. O.V.and McUaa and eons, FOR }'LOnm.nUGS cans

regarded as allies of the United States has been more than Gary of Jacksonvillewere Sold t'ARPKSTEKS':" DRUGS
recent visitors ff tho H. ]M
cut in half-from 1,800,000,000( to 725000000. McRae's. CANOVA'S' IlU'Oi4: COOK'S

The master plan has its roots in the relatively new concept Curtis Wimberly of Tampa onO<.'. SISTRl K.8J 1,11.'

of power called geopolitics. Russia: sprawls astride the visited Arley iUttae Sunday after. a.
vast Eurasian land mans. As U. S. News puts it, "On this I noon. ,

land mass 'are concentrated nearly four fifths of the world's :MI". and Mrs. Herahell Connerof -, Ea.asnrtra
population and the greater part of the world's raw materials. Jacksonville were visiting Mr .-re..c' .
dominate and thus dominate and Mrs J. \V. McRa .
Stalin seeks to this land mass to Tuesday
the world. Mrs. Paul Bridges of Starke Rom where.I sit... b.l Joe Marsh _- 16t

Looking at the situation logically, there is every reasonto was McRa.visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. I) [ gqN i t.aaal>tr
believe that Stalin does not want a war directly involving and Mrs. L. A. Crosby Fri
day afternoon
Russia's armies-even as he does want "little wars" Involv- Mr.

ing his satellites\ and the Western nations. Korea, obviously, Ballard Margie and Miss Underhill.Llllle Hiram : What's So Funny? "Corn-King" Grade
Dyess of
is the perfect example. It U the Chinese Communists who Jacksonville I
have fouurht and died not Russian Communists. It Is the the! H. M. McRae'were recent rueats of '" A Sliced Breakfast
I -
Chinese Communists who have tied down the bulk of our Mr. and Mrs. W. !M. Lewis of I Just AnUhed- reading a magaiine ust If a man gets a kick out of a

military force and who have inflicted terrible casualties on Plant City are visiting Mr. and article that "proTas" ;you and I Joke that proves It was funny; to j "Choice"t 1 BACON -LB,
our Army. Russia herself has not been weakened by one Mrs H. H. Lewis and other relatives don't know what's funny.; kirn-doesn't! It? I
lota- -her contribution to the has been confined rela- here and In
war to a Starke thisweek. A bunch of psychologists; earn From where I >U.when pxyehnlogUts -
tively modest amount of military equipment much of it obsolete to this sad conclusion after try to set up a standard for
telling S. Sc
.
And Korea finds !its reflection in Indo-China and other James McRae\. was a dinner jokes to college students. Very a sense of humor they're getting Grade SIRLOIN STEAKS lb. cc?

places where native Communists are fighting troops of the guest of Gerald Crosby of"Sunny-; often they; would give out with too serious! far me. Stand to reson I 7" 'RIB STEAK lb. S.k C

Western, powers. brook Sunday; what yeonstderd a ilde-split that different people laugh at I I }> 7" RIB ROAST lb. f We S
What is Mrs. Sue different thing. Juit a* they hart .
all this
our counterplan to ? According to U. S. Myrick of Lake ter-and not get er.n a chuckl. BEEF
News It "does' not exist. There is arms aid to U. S. allies: Geneva spent the weekend with In response. Other times the stu different tastes for most every PLATE STEW:, lb. f 3k:
abroad. The United States itself is rearming. But the U. S. her son and daughter-in-law] Mr dents and allies and Mrs. Robert Myrlck.8LTKR \. beer with meal myself-but I
find it hard to agree on strategy. And neutrals like at stories that weren't considered '""... It.. .
promise not to make "..... QWck-FIO& r3f
India leave big any Chicken: Qul
In funny.
gaps; Western defense lines. really Taste
Eventually, the magazine also points out, the Western IIE.TLRKISO-: Maybo; I'm wrong, but whatmakes cree"'." if you prefer tea. M, Legs I & Thighs Whiling< O'Sea Headless, Dressed HcntnrlDr
INK. 15c
counties may take the initiative, and try to break up the Guaranteed to conform to U. S. a psychologist such better 7CCopyrls Lb.
satellite empire. )Events and policies are definitely turning In Dept ol Agriculture regulation. Judge of humor than the rest of 8ce 69 Tenderpride Skinless I

that direction. In the meantime, Stalin is exploiting his master t o" bottle Me. Bradford County *jj l7rrPql Lb. c Wieners Lb. 55c .s*.A Pro**_I.)I
plan to the
absolute' limit
has not been incredibly successful.-and no one can say that he Telegraph.. sS,195!, Viut+t Stews Brtwtn r





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I new 1051 r u'hard! funeral car It /T And give them special care. right on the truck and enjoyedthe -Merritt-grade tobacco. She founda family of St. Petersburg spent to Highland.
can be turnet Into an ambulance I ;would grow the nicest wishes ride home When ,we got tc 6-foot chicken snake in her Saturday and Sunday with Mr Mr and Mrs. Gerald Adkins
I and In a short time changed intca I Some extra large ones too. Lake Butler she decided to get hen's nest She had been missing Manning's sister and brother-in- had as their dinner guests Sunday,
[Lr hearse, It ia the first 1951:\ modi And the nicest ones would be, out and look around town. Pea eggs all along and couldn't imagine law. Mr. and Mrs T. J. Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Grafton AdkIns and
In the state It 19 a beauty and GODS Blessings on YOU was afraid the might be picked up what was becoming of them Miss Armese Butler and friend children of Miami, Mr and Mrs.
real long. tt Cost almost $8000 by the! police for vagrancy BO he Now she knows. Deloran shot and) of Tampa were visiting Mrs R. C. Roy Starr and little son, Price,
with cot and nil accessories. The Bye now, and I think of you all and a local merchant ran her downon killed him. Gray Friday They were returning Mrs Q. W. Rahme and George,
price of funet-oU\ I have not gone and say God bless you all.LOVE. main street (Gee, I'd like to Marie Banks got a call Wednesday from a trip to New York. Rahme of Jacksonville Beach.
Laura gttrqess Afohr( up as much a* the equipment we LXTRA have seen that!) When he finally to go to work at the Big Dad Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Adklns Miss Sybil! Prlestcr, ,of West
=PONCA. NEBRFBn have to have! got Ulna Henny Penny back home factory In Starke. She likes bet and children, Polly Ann: ,and Mickey Palm Beach, who spent five weeks
The Fourth V* had company and put her safely down on the job fine. of Miami arrived Friday for a two with her aunt, Mrs. Gerald Adkins,
sesames da3e Ito paint and brushes. The store Don's brother Dean and wife were The Life And Times ground, what did she ilo, bless \her, weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jim left recently for Alabama.
118 busy In houMs- I building is still In the process of I here. I hung; \Out;, the nag as usual Of New River FolksBy but alt down quitoly and lay an Adklna. Mrs. T. F. Brown and Emory
1 kt'f"I.ln"' he grade being painted. It la now getting and had fried chicken,. cherry pie t'gg. Wanted to show her appreciation Mr. and Mrs.' James Broome Brown spent Saturday In Plant
| a coat of stone color paint. The with Ice cream. Hal So life flows Jennie Lee Laicnby for the trip I guess. HAMPTONBy and young sons, of Orlando, spent City.
apartment screens upstairs are a on. Here It Will soon be-my birthday typist Drinks KeroaemeCharley the weekend with her parents, Mr. Raymond Burgess of Gainesville
IJ the WU In theetger dark red. It Is one of the first The Week fly by so swiftly Well, folks--everybody's "to- and Eloise Cowan have Mrs. M. C.: Sweeney and Mrs. Dan Johnson was the supper guests Thursday
I buildings put up In this {town, but I am going to cut out a coat for bacco happy" out this way, and moved back to New River and at Walter, George and Howard of Mr. and Mrs.. Otto Hicks, #
air Is In good condition. It rained the my little granddaughter I want to who can blame them? Good quality present are living with her daddy Sincere sympathy of the community Young spent several days last week Jr. }
the wind rough first four days of this week, but make it for hr to: wear to school: good yield, and (best of all) ; MUIer John Upon arriving witha is extended to Mrs Owen with relatives In Jacksonville. Mrs. Fred Dodd entertained I
Friday was lovely and so Is today.I this autumn. S<> many happy things good prices. load of belongings, little Donnie Simmons on the recent death of Earle Norman returned to his Mr. and
blowing your hair. have my house work done, a to do and thtn(t ibout, At Lake City sale Monday J found some kerosene In a jar that her mother, Mrs. Omage Rauler home here Sunday after two weeks at supper on Tuesday night
1 blunt chicken In to fry for tomorrow, I CLAY HItiA nice letter from saw Obey Moody, Minnie Granger,, had been. put down before he arrived : son of Lake Butler, and to the bereaved encampment with the National at their home in Keystone I
your heart's have cookies made and cherries Leon Carter, op@ of my boys who Albert and Eunice Moody, Chester lie drank some and when family of D. J. Phillips, Sr. Guards In Alabama. Heights, Mr. and Mrs C. L. May,

beat high picked in the refrigerator to make i Is In service itt A Austria. He laIn and Seeber Dovle Andrews, Ida his mother saw him he was gag- of Theressa. Mr. Mrs, Miss Sylvia May, Mrs R. D. May
blood and Homer Smith and
muf pies in the morning. I did the I the combat engineers, He is Moody, John and Vivian Whitehead ging and trying to vomit. They Charles Cox, Jr, and eon Jimmy :
I you are immortal marketing yesterday. I 'changed sightseeing a\jJ having a good Jimmy Whitehead and jumped Into the loaded car with of Miami returned to their daughter, Shirley, moved last week! ) and baby daughter, Melody.
I !
it to the eky.conetance Carrier, the bed linens this morning and I time along with his service to hla mother, Bud and Nan Moody him and drove about 90 m. p. h. home this week after spendingtwo n .
waxed the bathroom floor. I feelj I country. I .nt glad.; Letter from Ralph Merritt, and Truby to Starke, but found no doctor weeks"vlth his parents, Mr.
lovely day at 9:30been good and hot. Whoopee I I I Daisy Lang w lIlf: i helping raise Hodges. available. So on to Gainesville and Mrs C. A. Cox, Sr. Mrs. Every liranch of j
)
i up since 5:30.: All week long we have been money for the heW church at Long The North Carolina buyers they flew. Upon arrival there the Charles Cox and two younger
e Branch. Dorothy Manning writes were there, bidding and buyingbut child seemed somewhat better an children visited them briefly en- INSURANCEH. t
to the store and un.Ick chilly. It la just pleasant this .
door so the paint- morning. So much has happened she is going t@<: church and working Mr. Carter kept the price up he had vomited so much the doc route to Asbury Park N. J.

:d jet In to get the since last I :wrote. We have a these day: I also hear from In his warehouse. Obey Moody ex tor thought It was not necessaryto Mrs Fred Whidden and children v !
lIla Mae Johns who has been help. pressed the sentiments of most pump his stomach out. He was Larry and Brendy are spending
ing Dick FadtfttV! tvife and other growers around here when he limp and sleepy in the doctor's this week In Baltimore, Md.
Out of Town for Vacation: I people around who neod her. Always said: "When you get out there office, but apparently all right by where they met Mr Whidden ,onshore C. 'WALL; AGENCY J
I so happy to Dear from my working in the heat, you wish you the time they got back home. leave
Make Your Summer Headquarter I good people .t Clay HU1. didn't have a hill of tobacco tc Ann Johns Is enjoying a visit Dgt. Alvin Cox returned to his. PLEASE PHONE 146
HELPFUL JilNTS. When defrosting your name. Then when you get it this week from her sister whc home here this week, after a long
at theGUIDON the fretrlgfcr&tor, I put an sold and you fold a check to go In lives In New York. They plan tc period in Germany and Austria Constant Service Over JiO Years -
old turklah tAWel on the lower your pocket, you forget all about tour Florida soon. on Occupational duty.
GRILLEAT rack to catch the moisture that the sweatln' and cussln' and life Mana Wiggins and I went tc Visiting Mr: and Mrs Hazel
does not go In. the pan. Try clean. seems worth living again" That's see Lubedla Johns In Gainesvillelast Perry and Eugene Chason are
AT THE BEST log the ohrorAe In your kitchen always the way when you get your week She is slowly conva Mrs. Mary Mulea and daughters,
FORGET THE REST I with a little vinegar and then reward for good, honest toll lescing. Looks klnda sick yet, but Barbara Jean and Nancy of Win-
polish. Use a sponge for a soap Nan Moody won a chance at the due to her serious operation, guess chester, Mass. Mrs. M. W. Congerof
Ot LUNCHEON IS STILL THE BEST FOODORTRAIT dish In the kitchen. Soap Is always Hereford bull to be given awayat she Is doing fine Her mother, Port,St. Joe was thelr weekend -
BUY IN (AMERICA!It dry then. the market soon. If you have Mrs. Sarah Alvarez, was convalescing guest; Mrs Mulea and Mrs
From Zan.,vlll0, Ohio comes sheet of tobacco weighing 200 also from a previous Conger are aunts of Mrs Perry
this cookie r.ctp". She says they pounds you are eligible for t operation. and Mr. Chason. FULLY EQUIPPEDthe
like them with ice cream: 1 1.2 chance on him.STOWAWAY Capt. Godfreyxjlayea of the U Miss Edith Chason, who Is employed
cups sugar, 1 cup lard, 2 eggs, 1-2 lIEN 9. Alrforce visited his aunts, Mr. at Alachua General Hospital
cup sweet milK, 1 teaspoon ginger, Pledger Johns loaded up* lib Rhode Dowling and Mrs. Julia U spending a week with Miss most modern and efficient equip-
STUDIO 1 teaspoon aod%. tobacco early one morning and? Starblrd, one day last week. Johnnie Ann Wilson in Gainesville ment available to the profession is
Flour enough to make a doughto headed for Lake City. While hi Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Stephens Ga. used by this funeral home in main
handle. Roil! and\ cut. Bakein was eating breakfast, thoughone and children of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins
its well known standard of
Hallmark Greeting Cards oven. I put in a bit of vanilla of Minnie hens decided sheV: weekend guests of M. I* John left last week to visit Mr. and taining:
and a teaapoort of baking powdertoo. Investigate the contents of th and family Mrs. Hal Sessions In Austin, MInn. Service.DeWITT .
(".....r... I made some yesterday. pick-up truck and must havi G. H. Patterson of Weston, Ga I I Mrs. George Williams and son,
pd ,. Don has bought another whiteface found an unusually comfortable visited M. L. Johns Monday after Howell, left for Jacksonville Sun
rlPl Film bulldog It is one of those spot, so she snook down and sale : noon. He was accompanied by hit day night where on Monday, they C. JONES
PYr Y Wstcheer email ones an4 this one Is a fa- nothing about it. Peg ate and sister-in-law, Mlaa Imojcan Mon- Joined Mrs. Ida Maxwell, Mrs. Leo hone 7 Starke Fla.
-IFWEL RS ."..mondllFrnnlnor male. He plane to raise them hurried off to get his load there cus who remained to spend till Wiggins and Marie, Wiggins on a
pS
I.IInR OfOG//'ME She Is still with her mother. What early while it was cool and the week with Louise Johns. motor trip to Alabama and Ken Funeral i: Director Ambulance ServiceOur
shall we name her? I have leaves wouldn't lose any welghi Minnie Johns and daughters' tucky to visit rolatlves. ,
thought of Joy. in the heat of the day. Taking, spent Sunday with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Morris, H V local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and
tall M. Starker Fla. Phone 265 Here Is a poem that came to like "Moody's goose" he was coop Mrs N. A, Conner of Midway, Saxon and children, Sandra and services not otherwise available.
me from KanlS9.: In Lake City and when they un Junior and Kathleen Johns and of
Benny Pompano are visitingMr.
loaded the tobacco, there Mrs little daughter of Gainesville were .. .. ,
Bullington Photographer & Owner and Mrs. U Y, Saxon. Mr.
e If I could plalit\ garden Hen was pretty as you please. supper guests of their aunt, Truby
We furnish the service
and Mr*. Verde Wall, also of highest type at lowest prices, and
And grow some\ wishes thereI Peg said everyone around want. Johns Pompano visited them briefly last accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT
would sow 'ijomu Seeds of love, ed to buy her, but she stayed Johnnie Frances Crews enjoyeOweek's "
a vacation In Miami with week while on their way north for company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral.
"' I a vacation.Mr. Consultation carries .
no obllgauon.F
the Gurney Crews family of th.I
II State Farm and Mrs. Ollle Manning and .

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.' Sgt. and Mrs. David Souther'land

....... parents,were Earnle weekend and guests Evelyn of hi* DRAWING: SATURDAY 3 P.M.at .
: I N AL W E E K
3x !**T Southerland.
tel y ""'. >$\ '_:O.-...,, 4K: vtf- ,, ,ne. ,. ,",. The R. J, Turners had as their WINKLER ELECTRIC Service
: : guests last week Mrs. Turner's
broUipr-in-law' and sister Pllney
and Pearl Crews and daughter '
e" Aimee, of Ft. Myers. After their i '
i guests had departed, the Turn.'rewent ,; '
OoM '
'
to Cordele, Ga. and joined A -i"t'>:{
relatives to go to Veterans Memorial 'J,
Park on the Flint River foi ? ,
." ...
the annual Turner reunion. R. J. 4, ,..,
Jr., Wylene, and daughter, Betty, i. vhf,
of High Springs went with them.
Joe Kelley and Ervin and 8..e.
her Doyle Andrews are working sj .z v e"4vi"
with a construction In
company
Trenton. f
Mr. and :Mrs. JV.. Burgess vi"
e and children! and Mrs. Stella Andrews !
of Miami visited the Reddish -
Andrews family recently
Mrs. Burgess will be remembered
as Elaine Andrews.

Miss Ida Merritt pasta card 6.. (
,
e'
from het sister Mrs. J. L. Lavender HOSPITALITY HOUSE !
,, Who Is now visiting her ion,
Earnest:'In New York-State near

V *t /// Mt.the Catskill Mountains She Mid
Lavender are enjoying the
vacation very much.
+ pggEP
Mana .
n Wiggins and dee
Andrews attended the teashowerat ,
.
,-, the home of Mrs; Hal Y Your Hotpoint Magic Key
maybe
Maines In Lake Butler
given in tj
honor of Miss Ann Roberts Sorry I the one to unlock our Hospitality
'
I couldn't make It, but Jon would House "treasure chest" of
gathering tobacco until :9.30: l J
Y that day. Just my.luck. =: prizes. and give you the opportunity
,. You save money, sure I < < ; became Kathryn Harrell of Brooker
to get free
our Ford-troin.d Mechanic have had years Spent the weekend With Maxine Y completely a

t C"" of experience working with fords Andrew. The two young ladles 1: Hotpoint Ironer, Model LK1., Just
became th.y'get to the trouble' fait and and Mr. and Mrs Reddish ark for
your Magic Key-nothing
Andrews
enjoyed a picnic
supperat
bEAIEAS : '"__ I cirt your. labor charges. the Kingsley Lake cottage of to buy! You'll be glad you did.
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Rep. and Mrs. Clarence Robert
NOW Saturday night. it But hurry! This special, offer closes

S BEST l gutyattsavetlmetool..becau.w.the Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt, pester of July 28th.

the' 'tat: "st Ford method, d.v.lop.d by (, j1 Gainesville St Mathews, comes Lutheran every''Tuelday'' Church I P., ,_
Ford .. become ;
Gg the men Vitll -
we use Special: l Ford Equipment that' (Just / for Bible study He will conduct l. "

right for fords.a this study for two .weeks. Every. 7t Down

r< l one is cordially: Invited to attend. S I \ will hold appliance
Wayne flaxen of Jacksonville I I (500
e spent a few day. of Ms vacation 1\it I until required down .
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And you save your car ... because with his "
grandparents, Mr. and ,
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.. Genuine Ford Ports that mod. payment made
I w. ue or. Mrs., Will Andrew. Mr. Andrew I "
"' 'x.. r// g' "" t 1 right to fit right to 'last 'longer. because went home with Wayne for a few "' Hotpoint Model? EB31-5
i w. Ford Dealer know how to fix FordNDREWS day. 8.1 cu. ft. De Lux.
Y, w'{i 10 "' .y'U stay fixed.tt Mrs. Julia "Starbird of Apopka
O la visiting her sister, Mrs., Rhoda
Dowling. Mrs. Starblrd's
7'c 'rA Mabel Raulerson, brought daughter her Look at these Do Leo Features!
q, s. mother up and spent Saturday

7. t\ ':.' afternoon Sunday with and her night sister with, us Lillian and .24-lti. italnleit tleel, Speed Freezer Interior Light Smooth Wrap-over

: : ZIpperer, in Macclenny. two HI-Humtdliy Drawer, with gloss t enstrvdlonYear! Protection Planes

: Percy O.teen has returned mounted Large Meat Pan, famous Hotpoint' Thriftmotter Unit

home from the Veterans Hospital i-ronor mld Tall-Bent? %ono-

In Lake City where. he has been ... bottle' a Automatic Door 95
for: some Ume. 269
Latch& plus New Safety Stop Automatic
Margie Moody was home from
MOTOR CO Caine vile for the- weekend. She
has given her mother a nice, new
electric refrigerator. Winkler Electric Service

Mary Lv Andrews was borne
tram Jacksonville last weekend. ..

& Adams Sta. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118 Truby Hodges got, all excited 222 224 Temple Avenue Phone' .166

the other afternoon when she

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BRADFORD 1
.J PACK FOCB' I T I I..n, ,. ', '', w iht', r frnir conee.'uth. i I ,., ''II. :
_- I, n the 1'1.In'lfr"n", Fi!, r'dft wirli, .11 l I''t.I adfurd County T U- '1111. t

\" "' Girl Scouts Observe Woodman Circle "a.An' I t'lf 7 J7 41 h l io'rlce i und Ilk file l.niMlriun the oriitlji.il-I.IIK.In th.Court office.n !"T'llf.d' I ihi.. JMh, day of July H6t. "win I'1
I : 10 APPEAR (.f the clerk of the 'irciilt OFFICIAL AL) A. J. Thomas, K. Skit
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I Tenth AnniversaryThe Holds Meeting :I I Iin In-Hit\ t...ur. llradforti CvumtKlorltlnt or before the J7tli the day nHegatlona of August of ('leek of the Clroult Court. Ja..k".,(
) In lhucerr.Pct. 1961)) otherwise wIU be taken an Ey Myrtle T. Leaver, Dept Clerk orla-", >,u.il, ,
t I Plaintiff vas aid Complaint ft Bin of i I1)
Cuml.lii": "
Circle i: :
I Members of the Woodman Nit' IP \ 1> you
1 local Girl Scout Troop (lambing. Dtftntlant. c.nfe.pd y the .;th
>"i '1'11.1 shall b" published -
celebrated KB tenth birthday anniversary met In the hall Tuesday night.In Case No. 8684iitl This.. notice NOTICE: TO APPKAH wire. III
the absence of the president % .*r To Apprar.T weak. the ItradtorduCountycTel.- plaint ,
Thursday night July ... Curl fUmblno, whoa.reddrn'e In In Clrrult C'o..t. Bradford Coanty you. e
Peter
16, with a short program attended Mrs. P. S. Crews the meeting was < and address Is: 289 BuitlAv '"Xted this ZBth day of July, 1S51. Cleo Florldal Frances I. Cbaneery.W hyte. Plaintiff v.. Thla n 'I.
York.
by parents and friends. The presided over by Mrs. Bessie -nu**, Buffalo. New notified that ft (OFFICIAL SEAL the.Circuit Court.. Charles E. Whyt, Defendant. once weeks"a"1 h
with Green district manager of Live You UfO hereby III..dalrilinol Clerk of Case No. sue in II d! tw
Gladys MootyPhone meeting room was displayed allit for Dlvorco has been named Ey! :Myrtle; T. Denver, eputy Clerk Nettle. To A..enr.To Bra ph.nnfert. OV d ,I,
above
the Scouts had spent the you in 4h' 727| (t 817| whoa. ih '.
35 pride, as and Oak.A committee composed of Mr.. Court and cause and you are roo : Charles.la. Unknown.19. Whyte (OFFIC1.T.Ey ; do, i
an- residence :
weeks of
___ past several painting Wilson !quird to serve a copy your NOTICE TO APPEAR hereby notified that a rl ,i
v W. L. Andrews, Mrs. Ira to the complaint You are
decorating, thereby earning their 1 onerthe. plnndinw Attorney, T. In Clreolt o..t.; Bradford Covnlr.Florida ; ault for Divorce has been tiledagainst Myrtl
badge and Mrs Paul Raymond was I r.'f':' :' Floridalanrl i In Cba.e.ry.Belva : you In the above named
"My Community" 8tarke
Weiner Roast Frank Plaintiff va JohnIt.
Family Get-together refreshments named to send resolutions to the th. orlvlnul In th. offlc B. Harper
After the program fit* ,
At Colson Home served the hostesses family of the late Mrs. S. R Johns, i of the Clerk of th* Circuit Court on. Harper DefendantCat. No. ,GelN".I. ,.
Home by of August.1ttil )
I At Adkins were Mrs before the 37th day .. _..
a member of the society. or of i T. App
to their guests. ; otherwise the allevatlotia To: John I*. Harper. who.. reMden FARM HOME & AUTO
On Kingsley Lake Mr and Mr. Clyde Colson were The next day the Scouts enjoy. Troy Bennett was Initiated at hla paid. Complaint will be taken aa confessed <*e In: Mason 8treet Henderaon, SUPPLY

host-and hostess Monday night tc ed a swimming party at Kingsley time Thin by notice you. shall. he piibltnhedonre North Carolina, and Henderaon the mailing Ilorth address 1-'I Phone 26 1-. O. Box 509
I IFARM
la Box 629
Adklnl will be heldSeptember
Judge and Mrs A. Z. a welner roaiuand swimming party Lake Instead of holding their, The next meeting eanh week for four eon.eegiveweeks Telegraph' Carolln. 'I 11 II, w.CII
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were hoeti Sunday at a' family at Hampton Lake. A grand ILNOTICM In the I Bradford County You are hereby notlfted tat A Starke Florida
regular meeting.Girl ,
been 'tiled
'lvo.I'O baa
Butt for
home OBI .
u.
flintier at their summer picnic was enjoyed as well es a Scouts meet every Friday : T.. ,PI'WA"t. r>Hted this zr th A.oJ.JrThnmae,* against you In the above named
I Kingsley Lake. Present on thl soothing swim. Those attendingwere afternoon at 3 o'clock In their I i Adkln two In f.'hsaeery.Nnnry to "serve a ropy of your an. I
occasion were Judge : Mr, and Mrs. Tommy Col.eon meeting room In St. Mark's rec Ann W,.t..". Plnlntlff VII. Py Myrtle T. Heaver Deputy Clerk S'17OTIC ewer or pleading, to te complaintnn ALL TRACTORS FARM I EQIPMENl
listen Mr*. Emma Carlton, Jack and children Lynn and Linda Cyril r.. Wenton, perendnnt. 727| 4t the Plaintiff Attorney Neal D.
Minvllle, and Mr*. Susie Willis, Rev. and Mn. Homer Swindall tory. Cede No. 562 % .H TO APPRAnIn Roans, Jr. 103 Law ExchangeBullding AUTO ACCESSORIES BATTERIES TIRES

I Palatka, and his brother, J. E. Adkins and eon, Anthony, Mr. and Mra. \o'lr:.fyrll To Appcnr.To I.. WeHton wtione r.mlrtenm (Iri'titt Ctinrf. nrndford County, rile the o.I..lnal'ln. Jacksonville the, office Florida.f And theClerk TUBES FISHING TACKLE SPOUTING:
of Hampton, together with C. \V. Colson, Mr, and Mn. Fred Birthday Parties j l I.: 1700 BHn.om Rlreet, r.ola Klitrldni, .... Tnvlnr.In f.hnncerr.Plaintiff. vs. Jeff D. of the Court .n or before the ; GOOD-
t'hllHdttlphla Pa. 21th day of August 10'01: otherwisethe
p their families.: Jenkins Sidney Jackson Mr and For Young Honofees Tnit am hereby notified that a Tnyloi,', Defendant Case No 5n8 allegations of 'aid Complaint APPLIANCES
I. Also present were two nieces Mrs. Cecil Douglas and family milt fur IHvon-e and r..lor..Uon ofmnlrlen will t>. taken aa >nf< icicl by y. u.
I Mrs. Ora Davis, Miami, and Mrs Mrs. Elizabeth Wynn, and Misses I Mrs. Margaret Davis enter you mime In the tins ahove been named dnoc.ln.t X ntlep'r.T teff Appear.T" I' Taylor, whose. rei- This folio halt b. published

" Maxine Clark Drain and, a Catherine and Elaine Colson. tained for her daughter, Peggy, onWednesday fnnrt and cause ...n.y..u are re- donc. and adilrenH hereby. la notified: Unknown that asuit yo. A ___n_
nephew, J. C Adklna, Gainesville afternoon, with a delightful rtulrefl to nerve. a ropy nf your answer You are hat been fll..1nocolnt
far T'lvorre
nr1ln ti the complaintm .
and their families. Guild) party celebrating her 6th the or riKlntlffn Dl Attorney Neal n.Hvnnn you In. the above. namediitt \ Fruits and Fresh As Can Be

I, The occasion .WAR also enjoyed Wesleyan: birthday anniversary. .J.>i4-km.Tr >fog nvlll Law.., Florida Kurhanfr: and* RullflInic. fll.. (quit'd" and tr., pave ciiuno a copy and of:you your are an.re- Vegetables

i by Judge Adkins1 son and daugh To Meet MondayThe Various games were enjoyed byI'egg' the nrlfflna. In the office of the \ewer or plffldlnic to the complaintWELDING .
I, ter-in-law Mr. and Mra. A. Z. and her little guests Clerk r.f t the rlrc>ult fniirt in or before .
I Service Guild of ; the 87th day of AllKUHt. 1051 : Are Value Price at A &
! Adklni, Jr.. and his daughter and Wesleyan throughout thf afternoon Mary "therwlun the nlleimtlnnit of said. y1
j Bon-ln-law Mr. and Mra. Fred tho First Methodist Church of Louise Halnes won the donkey nmnlnint' will. be taken aa contemned ,
and children, all of Qalncnvllle. Starke will meet at the home of by you. .
I Guy contest Thin notice shall be. pnhllehertonre
, Mrs. Nelson Green on the Jacksonville Refreshment were a cake decorated earn week for four roneecntlveueeka (I !Jt

I .. highway Monday evening In pink with pink candles grnnh.Trnt. In the Bradford County Tel. a I ELBERTAPEACHES
. July 30, at 7:30: p. m. The Guild 1 lathe and bottled drinks .d this 2Tth dnr of July, 19B1
organization for the gainful. (OFFICIAL FnATj) A. J. Thomaa.ri"rV ,7
I&C ly employed women of the church Mrs. Albert J. Newman entertained of the flrrult" Court Clerk ,
Iy Myrtl. T. O."YH. Dennty ;
and Mra. M. W. Greasier, president her son, Albert Jr., on his 787| 4l iUT
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TARKE FL-:.' of the group, stated that all memo 14th birthday anniversary with a I. Clrrmtt Court. Hr.dford Commlr.VlnrlriBi ,
bora and visitors are cordially invited delightful party at the home of I. Thaiievrir.Annahell .

to attend. ills grandmother; Mra Alice Kite *. U.vlnney, Plaintiff. v.. We offer the people of Starke I
Defendant
Harold Devlnn.ty
i Fri., Sat. July 27, 28 Various games were enjoyed Cane Nn. 1559 4 LBS. .- 3&Large
. DOUBLE FEATURE throughout the evening and refreshments Order .f Pnhllrallon A art 1V0.... To and vicinity one of the most I igr Customer
Appear IO'r"1'1:I OF1 VI.OHIUA Tot
were served. The cake Harold T>.vlnnev, wrfioita renldenc.
The END of the was done In pink, and 'to drink and address I.: Vnknown but whoselast modern and finest equipped .t'' 'V Corner '

RIVERAND MIMETO iAII there was pink lemonade. 953 known East renhlenf.Whltehlll and Street addrenawitH Rock welding shops anywhere.All Juicy Persian

Hill. Mouth Carolina: During tile past ;year, we
Mrs. Lex Green entertainedata You are required to appear on Work Guaranteed LIMES dozenBANANAS
received more than 4.000complimental'Y .
honoring Atifrunt n 1DS1. In the above namedCourt
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theater on Tuesday
party wherein ,
1 and cause plaintiff
The KID comments
j I her son, Bill, on his 8th birth- neeka. divorce Bradford County SMITH'S GARAGE ,
RIDES, AGAINWith 4' ILJva day anniversary. After the show ;In r'I next P'I''I lIi''u:: this... Ocder about the men and women
refreshments! were served at Bill' Witness my hand and official AND MACHINE SHOP who serve ;you daily in our
I Blister CralilmAliHt home. The cake was decoratedIn eal at Htarke, Florida. thin July I store almost three timesas 2 Lbs. 2
larh inni. Temple Ave Starke
Serial ti Cartoon yellow with. yellow candlea. (O.'FIt'IAI.l1reAL) A..T. Thomas I many favorable comments ,
About 25 children were present A. Clerk. nf said Court.BV I about our employeesas
) Myrtle T Denver, Deputy Clerk.
I, Sun., Mon., Tuen. I to celebrate the occasion... ..<;reen. rireen A Yaw. Htarke: Hlorl- there were the year be-
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July 29, 30, 31 fore.That LETTUCE 1
of makes all -
course,
PA and MA of us at A&P'ery happy .

Kettle Back on the Think oftomorrow indeed, for it indicates that "I I '

FARMI we're giving ;you the kind !\Hwdktts

of service ;you want.

I !\ )Main, Perry Jllhrl ,
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shopping even more satisfy-
lnuranrr guard j Wed., Thur. AUK.. 1. 2 \\rlfnrt' It offer real prolee- ing, our loyal; ] employees

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKE FIXXRIVAIN -'_

47. 10 61 -- I II Mr. and Mra. Spencer Crawfordwere
),Ira. T Frank Landrum and Mr. and Mrs. J. 3 Gross and Miss Merry Winkler spent theweekend
1 I visit !
Crawford la I I and
Donny Hall of Jacksonville Mrs Clayton In St. Augustine with weekend guests of Mr.
Frances, visited Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gross of
was the guest of Mr and Mrs. J Ing Mrs. B. H. Handley In Lako- daughter I Miss Mary Larver. Miss Larvel Mrs. Michael Gllhooley and T.
: Landrum i mother, Mrs. J. F'I I Jacksonville are spending two
H DuPre for few this land. Crawford.Mr. .
a C.
days was a recent guest of Miss Wink.
Rogers in Jacksonville over the weeks at the Klngsley Lake cottage
week, Mrs H. P. Moye. ot? ,, Orlandowas : weekend. of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie ler here and Mrs. V. J. Shaw and
Mr. and Mrs. '1'. J. Griffin had the guest of Mr. aWl.i Mra. G
Mrs. Edmond Tenly and daugh. Carter. Mrs. Rene' Garcia and daughter family are spending several days
as their guests Sunday Mr. Grlf.flu's S. Newcomb over the weekend Joan, returned from Vivian, returned Saturday after In Sarasota, where Mr. Shaw Is
of Haw- ter recently 1>lra. Edmond Tenly and Joan
nieces, Mrs. Bula Miss Ann Johnson .
McMoye spending two weeks with friends business.
NEWS N. C. where they at1 Auxiliary assigned on
THE week with Rldgecrest are attending State Girls
Mrs. Edwina and Mrs Is spending the
Bandy thwne in Washington, D. C. and Maryland .
Miss tended Y. W. A. Week there. They camp at Swan Lake this week Mrs. Warren Perkins and Mra.Annie
Margaret Waters of Sanford. Mr. and Mra. S E. Sparks.
while Sgt. l-o Garcia was
with the Bible accompanied Mrs. Lois Wells by as counselors. Miss Elizabeth Pro- Colson had as their guestthis
Mrs. E. D. Patray and daughter Johnson Is helping with the Florida
hiss.rtt Miss Maxine Wood, of Miami Donna Lou, li vence, State Young People'sSecretary on maneuvers weekend their brothers, J, C.
few with School In Graham.
and spent a days car.C. National Guard.J. .
Dahl H. who la In St of Plant City and L. J.
Quick Poppell
Is director.
Harold
I of Mrs. Gray Gainesville
was the guest Mrs. Y. A. Harris, of
rf TheUi River Patray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Belnap and J. R. Belnap Lakeland. !
Luke's after undergoing of
i week. Letchworth, and Hospital Mrs. H. V. Miss Poppell!
of Mr. for .a Mr. L. O. Hazen. Mrs. Esther Knight Nancy Jr., who recently sold their Sleepy I
ere guests this week Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite were' Mrs. S. T. Rogers, of Sebastian a major operation Is doing very In Lee Knight and Charles Knight Hollow Motel, returned Monday see the NEW ItRMINOTON' .

arquette of Green son Hugh of Jacksonville, were guests of Mr. and ,Mrs. George' were gueata of Mr. and Mrs.' Lex nicely. Mr. Quick be with Is staying him. have moved to their home in from a month's tour which took Portable Typewriter at the Bradford -
Armstrong Jacksonville to
was the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Moody, of Flager Beach on Sun Green last week Miss June Clark, of Jacksonville, Gainesville, where Nancy and them through 18 states. They County Telegraph..

Sharon Hall. on Friday. day.Mr Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney was the weekend guest of her Charles will attend the Universityof still think Florida Is a pretty good Mr. and Mrs Cam Williams,

- - and Mrs. W. E. Plummer had aa their guests on Sunday Mr. i parents, Mr. and Mrs. I, E, Clark Florida this fall. Miss Nancy place to live, however Although formerly of Starke now living In
of Eau Gallle, and Mra George Canova of Jack Knight now holds the position of
of Mr. .
were guests
Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent the weekend their plans for the future are Indefinite Bradenton, are out at their camp
and Mrs. M. F. Hazen on Satur sonville. with Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright secretary In the personel offices they will remain In Starke 'on Redwater Lake near Hawthorne -

day. Ida Lou Plummer who had Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Newcomb Jr., of Hollywood.Mrs. at the university for sgrne time. If not,,permanentlyMr. catching up on their rest,
been staying with Mr. and Mrs of Orlo Vista, were the guests of Mrs. Dave Paulk spent last .
DAYS ONLY P. M. Barefoot Mrs. Juan- and Mrs P. M. Barefootand fishing, and vacation. All friendsat
Hazen, and Patty Ann Plummer Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb for Ita Phillips, and :Martha Jane weekend in Wlllacoochee Ga. as Martha Jane Phillip. spent Starke are invited to come out
who had been visiting Annette a few days attended the funeral of the guest of Mayor and Mrs. Jeff Sunday in Lake City visiting Mrs.
and Saturday I I I Green, of Brooker, returned with Mrs. C. C. Mendoza of Jacksonville Phillips Winston Thomas In Ocala on Fri Paulk. She waa accompanied Tilly Darby and! R. A, New ume. to picnic fish and swim.
Friday Mr. and Mrs. Plummer. spent Monday with Mr. I home by her daughters, Fay and Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swimall! Harry Quick of Washington,

Mrs. T. T Long and son, Tom and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. day.Midget Pencil Sharpeners. Ideal Sylvia who have visiting were shopping In JacksovllleMonday. D. C. spent the week with the C.
left Wednesday for Camp StewartGa. I Mrs. W. J, Epperson and daughters I there. .
for home line. Only $1,8S.Brad.ford H. Quicks. -
Col. Long, who has a two, Mary Sue and Sally Ann., County Trlerraph. I __ _
3.25 1.98 weeks' convalescent leave will return spent Saturday shopping In Gailles.vllle.
M CLOCKS, reg. (I David I Kelly, -or Tampa, and i
Mrs.Glen
While there they visited
i with Mrs. Long and Tom on; Owen Whitehurst of Plant City; ,
I Friday. Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis, of Duke. I .
with Mr. and bin
WATCHES 3.25 1.98 Wilmington, Del., ,will arrive on Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Is visiting i' spent Sunday
reg. Alton Dobbs.
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Friday to spend a few days wth! her son and daughter-in-law Mr. -
C. F. Bateman, of Bristol, spent MONTHS SUPPLY
Col. and Mrs. Long and family.Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee.
I the weekend with the L. B. Alvare
One Gallon and Mr. Edmond Tenly Mrs. C. A. Knight was In Jacksonville ,
CII KITS I THERMOS VIUGSw spent Sunday visiting in Gainesville on Monday. J. E. Powell and Mr.the and P.Mrs.M. Barefoot Harry Mooty families have I F're ,

and also attended the homecoming Jr. returned with. Mrs. Knight to had as their guests the past two e OF GAS GIVEN FREE
.. : at Pine Grove. spend a week.n
..., weeks. Mrs Mooty' mother, Mrs.
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'" ... John L. Udell of Highland Park, i
..... "" ,I I 111. and her brother-in-law and sister WITH YOUR PURCHASE
-- ..-" Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Andersen
--. II of Philadelphia, Pa. The Mooty'
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'.- --', and their guests have been visit of any TAPPAN GAS RANGEIN

''".-' Ing points of Interest throughout : .
',' .to. Dedicated To Community Service the state Also visiting the OUR STOREAll
\\\\\ '* ,, \.. -....., .....' ,/ "Movie Are Better Than Ever" Mootys ou Sunday were Mr and
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y-_. "" Mrs. W. G. Mooty of Miami. W.

w2.49 3.98n Sat., July 28 WILY Tues., Wed. G. Mooty recently returned from p
week's to Africa
a six hunting trip 1
DOl'BLE FKATITIK July 31, Aug. 1AlH and showed Interesting colored you do is select your I _

moving pictures to the -family of I

WASH CLOTH, each 15c "..Iwy CIAMU.M1..1/1M Mir'iN.pcsoa his trip throughout Europe and Tappan Range Make.the.. 13C,

oust w w1t IIInaN 4 ,, ;j 1 ,,* 1 Africa.Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn minimum down payment,

In TOWELS each 59c i rllr .-- were In Starke last weekend from

I ......_lw. -&lltm_-. .M',1,..;.:.:..wyr CM1 Daytona Beach where they arc and ice will supply you
r I "I MIZMM fu.w M::".;0 LL e55 staying while Mr. Flynn la employed -

TIC 50 FEET .tre111C Psw Friends there.will be interested to icith Gas for the Next Six / w .

.. Short,
"Alpine Chaplains'. F. H. Box "
V for' AND know that Mr. and Mrs. "
LIES "Hold. That )Monkey" Cartoon and and daughter, Joan and Mrs. Con Months {WITHOUT Cost. r
I II rlne Kelly Watford, all of Jacksonville
E 98cWe t I I Latent News have returned home aftera

e most enjoyable vacation upeiit.
t touting; through tfie Great Smoky THIS SENSATIONAL OFFER GOOD MONTI/ OF JULY ONLY !

\\ Are Headquarters, For Thur., Fri., Aug. 2, 3DOUGLASMAYO Mountains. The Boxes are former
rke.
residents of St

SCIIOLL'S FOOT RELIEF 1 Friends will be Interested tc In addition to the above we will LIST PROSPECTS IJELOW

,ew.4 VLON/w know that: Mrs. J. M. Brownlee It give you An..COLUTEI.Y;; nEE .

"Eerythin For The Feet" recuperating at her home after one SERV-A-TRAY & CHILL.r"; -------------.----------------

IE I IN WITH YOUR FOOT TROUBLES Sun., :Mon.-July 29, 30@lJ Luke's undergoing Hospital an ope.'atlolIn Jacksonville( lat St.| COMBINATION SET for ,eachprospect _____________________________
JOHN WAi.TKF4A6ARBRENNAN you turn In to us to whom .
Friday. Her slater, Mrs. J. E.
I we sell a range, This set 'retall --------------------------------
Is with her.
Wilson staying
Specialize in FITTING TRUSSES !) JK: for $12.95 but will cost you nolhing .
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BROS: It we !sell! to the prospect you "

ftmtf' SmbM REGISTERyour give us. _______________ _________________
I as' any ingredient! written down by your AYONG THE

the skilj with .which a prescription is filled. < old ,electric refrigerator :MAIL OR BRING YOUR LIST OF PROSPECTS TO
:t'J
bring ydur prescription to us and be assured! x !JlJf9lfiJ t -
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is compounded! accurately bv a qualified. IREAT DIVIDE j in the PHILCO0VdRetagerafor
H d! pharmacist' who uses- only the highest G M'.rr..t r", f'i l'i'Vto
.ucn..w lean'orh"
Derby I SLADE
rugs. '''BaHI'I1".ad' 'SIOOtTh} GAS CO.
.m.mVAN I ......,, .. RAOUL WALSH
JOHNSON ::: HEROES OF THE Slim..P.....r wow P. 11- XJIB'r > > at I
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1 DRUG STOKE 442., REGIMENTAL COMBAT TEAMAlH I I NASWORTHY'Sp Phone 121 East Call St. Starke, Fla.
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AUTOMATIC 'R"ANSMIIiION U1016 ear \leo\J\e. friends I
trice
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4 I 11' bus\nes\ 0." Keetl8.that you.t Yelbeen 0.loin'' out\n I
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to the owners of the oldest .the corn\1a to \\ yoU .. they Each }

electric refrigerators/ in thin ', 1 arn hap o! cornpatnYf\ve\ year8. this anniversary\
T.vritorvNothing I : on

i ar seopcia\ton for ratu\o.t\on14 the \ to yoU be T\\ htfU\\Y 1 1ion. "
1\\ co can 'en
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to buy I exten ding\ "{ou whic '

No slogan to writ.! occaSion. areal record 0 jclnd) oft a record reputation\ I
f \ enviable
Just enter your oldREFRIGERATOR. yours \ It's th and I
of
for
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rood today
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regardless of make I res 0 n 5ibh\ Compathenieri! enjoy are t\ending YO\h\ that
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our reclatlon It is
Y.e as wi. which\ cover. year
app
'AMOUS Moon 1011 'I token t our under"hap crate 1 our hu o 91ea;\: :ant aseoela"\

List. I'rle a11D! .DS Pin milestone are
hevrolet alone offers year 0tant years
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A4POWEn fore
1 complete/ Power Team! I the .

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Automatic Transmission fi, r pH'L.CO I -

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of.a new .Q.;" "l 10< ',' ; "r ....
I-tI\\!IIme-proved Powrrglid.Automatic ovtonftli tron.mtttJon ..-.. I 'o '.. ."t....., _. .
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f 111IISS'' ion, and field, Chevrolet bolll the I r
late m "discovery drive1' In the low-prIce -'''
YOUro\\n the fI"e" to give you smooth, t
favorite loa d. and Chevrolet builds letzal .
Q Vn Z yourself that !hit. car nd dependable no-shift I driving at I lowest cost! wlt

r' /toSfi'; "**you i'1"1**!.,moolh,.'"". I I
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',T'drive'/it dr'vin8' at lowest cost. Come 1 ,t'Vt I THE MASSACHUSETTS PROTECTlV"E ASSOCIATION, Inc.

noiv/ ;" DRIVE"OHODE THE PALL REVERE LIFE INSl'BA.NCE!! CO.
""*' Take Your "DISCOVERY C. .H. I
DOLIa4"'oJ"'nlru, Nasworthy I -ft' .. NATHAN N. PREVATT
I Special Agent
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co. Gen. Supplies I 1016 N. E. 13th PUT*, 'Phone No. 8331

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FLtRIDA -
STARKE -
COCNTY TELEGRAPH. .
;4 PAGE rorn BRADFORD I. ,5" i If f r fl'Ill, r" "cnnrutix. .> -
., in, i '.' r 'nI' ;; L.adfard. County T..I.IJrfil.h U- .
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p .. Girl Scouts Observe Woodman Circle \ ; :; ... ale, Ihi' ir II, ,> .,i In the C'aurt offln-! < ntr 1<.". ..1 1 Hi l, :Mh. day of July, 1a6t.IOFFIi [ ..IU"'i" '
,j APPEARrt. i f the ri ""' I. AL) A. J. Thomas 'i, s
'I I : Tenth Anniversary Holds Meeting I I..U MITICK('.. TO. ..... .'. 4.N: before the .7th the, day alleKtlc cf AUFuet.said'Comelalnt >ns <.'f lrlrrk] of the Circuit C urt.Dy Jail<, e
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' !.. Caused,. ; be taken asctnfesed Mjitlc T Denver, Deputy Clerk 0.1., ,, .
'_ 1 Circle Klorhlai, .. ';.nmlilri.i.l PlaIntiff. VS.Ivti : I ill 121 4t 8,17, of 1 ii 1 I.,
Woodman I C:
\ The local Girl Scout Troop Members of the I Nut. iiimblno.. liy you published th. i'M,
ttrl tie
r CaseaNo.i75564ollre shall
an-1 met In the hall Tuesday night This notice wise t'I|
celebrated Its tenth birthday each wtelc for four consecutive NOTICE TO APPEAR
,
: nlvernary Thursday1 night July In the absence of the president, )\ To Appear.Ti Carl. Oamblnn, whoseresidencs once weeks In the Bradford County Tel.- la ( Irrnlt fi..rt. Hradferd CBBty, you.plain! v I
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>: 19, with a short program attended Mm. P. S. Crews the meeting was roter and address Is: au. Bustl "rtated this 5th day of July, 19&1. rlorldm Frances In Clianrery.Cleo \vhyte, PUIntlff vs. Thisoncu > e
by parents alld friends. The presided over by Mrs. Beanie A\-nni-, Huffolo, New notified Tork.You that a (OFPlCMIj SEAL A. J. Thomas Charles E. TVhyte Ucfenilant. "a. h
week.ih
district of Live ..rihereby Clerk of the Circuit CourtEy Cat No. 86S3 u
with Green manager fneoJa..ln.1 '
was displayed nan been Brph.By (Cnoted
Gladys Mooty meeting room suit. for Divorce namedCnnrl Myrtle T. Deaver Depot> ) Clerk Notl. To Appear.To 'tOFFittll
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Phone 35: pride, as the Scouts had spent the Oak.A. you In the and above you are required 727| 41 817, : Charles B. Whyt, whoseresidence ( .1 I ,
of Mrs. and reuse b
committee composed -
several weeks painting and of your an* IH.: Unknown.
past A copy b,
perve APPEAHI
---- to NOTICE TO hereby notified that a
W. L. Andrews Mrs. Ira Wilson .,complainton You are
to the Mytt'
thereby earning their or pl'adlnv .'. nradfard CatmmlT "
decorating awr T. Clrralt "0. suit for Divorce has been filed
I and Mr. Paul Raymond was PlnintltrlAr: : Florida In Ch..<-*>rr.Belva. In the above named
badges. Florida against you
Community" .nkh" ,
Weiner Roast "My Stinks
7-nndrum. JohnH.
Family Get-together named to send resolutions to the In the office B. Harper, Plaintiff va
After the program, refresh'menta and file the orl lnal ,
At Colson Home the hostesses family of the late Mrs. S. R Johns of th' riork of the Circuit Court on Harper DefendsntCese No miNotice
served
At Adkins Home I were by day of August
17th
the _..
member of the society. Mrs. or before ) T A.p
of
a
to their guests.The 19&1.: ,dtherwlfi, the allegations John lHarper, whom r.ollI..ne. "i FARM HOME & AUTO
On Kingsley Lake Mr. and Mr, Clyde Colaon were next day the Scouts enjoyed Troy Bennett was Initiated at this ftald 'implutnt, will ha taken as con. To. ,In: Manon street, Hender-on. SUPPLY

hoat!; *and ho teas Monday night tc a swimming party at Kingsley time. feimrd by nonce you.Thin shall be fiubllwhedonre North Carolina and the mailing I North address -'I Phone 26 P. O. Box 509
Adklni l Is Vox t29, Henderson :
Mrs. A. Z. next meeting will be heldSeptember ronitecuttvaweekx H j
Judge and a weiner roasuand swimming par Lake Instead of holding their, The earh week for four Carolina. i I11'fd
were holts Sunday at a' tamllydln.r ty at Hampton Lake A grand regular meeting.Girl 11."OTU'F.. In 'the Bradford County You are hereby notified tljat., n Starke Florida
home <>. graph.Tinted Suit for Divorce has been filed
at their summer well as a of July,
picnic was enjoyed as Scouts meet every Friday T 1> APPBABIn thin ISth day 'Tel.-I against you In the above namedCourt
\ King-ley Lake. Present" on thli soothing swim. Those attending afternoon at 3 o'clock in their ,.,..... .-....... Hrmlfi.r CoBntr.Florida (OFFICIAL CUrk KBAIj of )the A.Circuit and cause. ard you are re* I
Adktna' two In f *....p.r. quired to 'serve a copy of your answer
occasion were Judge were: Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Col. i Deputy I FAR3IALL TRACTORS FARM ;;
Jack' meeting room In St. Mark's rec Nancy Ann Wvulon Plnlnllff v. Py Myrtle T Deaver or pleading to the complnlnt EQ )IE\
4t *,17TH r
ulster. Mrs. Emma Canton son and children. Lynn and Linda Cyril I-. Wmton, I..t..n""I.I 7,27;, on the Plaintiffs Attorney Neal D.
aorvllle. and Mr. Susie Willis. Rev. and Mrs. Homer 8 wind all tory. Can .N... 1542Mntlr .. APPRARIn Kvann, Jr 103 Law ExchangeHolding. AUtO ACCESSORIES BATTERIES
TO TIRES
I ..-. H Jnck-iinv]] -. Florida! and
To Anp '' '
Palatka and hie brother. J. E. Ad. and son, Anthony, Mr and Mrs.C. whom rM- r'In'uit'our.. nradforil Cnttnly.Klotlilni of the '
Parties To ( )'rll 1. Weston file the orl8-lnaMn the nfflo TUBES FISHING TACKLE SJ : J
OHTIr.OO;
kind of Hampton together with W. Coluon, Mr. and Mr. Fred Birthday I .1.n.le l 1700 hansom Rlrret, In f hnnrerr.iola Plaintiff, vs. Jeff D Clerk of the Court an or bef I'hllaoVlphln. ra. : T Taylor.:; I ICu.e 27th day of August' :ifi'.i) oth.rwisethe APPLIANCES
their families; Jenkins Sidney Jackson Mr. and For Young Honofees You nr. horoliv notlfloit) that ft Tae1.r! Itefcndant. No. 1666tire alleitatlona of .n d Complaint
Also present were two nleocn Mrs. Cecil Douglas and family milt for rilvorcw) and -uirntlon. of\ will be taken a* nf' -id by yn..u.
Mm I mftl..I.l .n nnm ban been fllodnicatniit To Inpenr.T. This n..II.. .10.,1, ,i. i iii'i'-ixd' '
Miami and
Mrs. Ora Davlfl Mrs. Elizabeth Wynn, and Mlsuvs Mrs. Margaret Davis ent..r.talned In the shove named .... I"ff I' Taylor whose reHl.den.
Maxine Clark Ocala. and, snephnw Catherine and Elaine Colson. for her daughter, Peggy, on Court and you mime.. And you era required .. ) ". ,and, address. !I.notified: 1'nknown that a .
hereby
to "..v. a copy of your anwr Y..II arc
J. C. Adklnn Gainesville Wednesday afternoon with a de sell, f.r nivorc-e has linen filed r
the
nlwnri'lnc to complaint
or
and their families. Wesleyan Guild Ilghtful'party celebrating her 6th nn the Plaintiffs Attorney JfontTJ.Kv a"iiln-i vou In the above namedCfiuri Fruit and Fresh As Can Be
and are re- Vegetables
The occasion wan alno enjoyed : annJv'ra..ry.Varjou. ; n.. J. loa law RxrhnnffA TtnlMInir "and rouse of you an..w. .
birthday your
copy
.lufkfifinvHlw. FlorMn. '. and ells qI li.d to oervit a ,
by Judge Adkins' son and' daugh To Meet MondayThe games were enjoyed by fho orlirlnBl. 'In the offirp of the M,r f.r pl-ndlnic to the complaint :
ter-in-law. Mr. and Mr. A. ZAdkins and her little guest Clerk i>f the Circuit Court on or htnre *- ,
of I'eggy the 87th tiny (if AllKURt. 1951. Are Value-Priced A & P
Guild
and Wealeyan Service at
and hU daughter .
Jr. throughout thY afternoon Mary ,' .*rwfnr' the sll. ffHtlonit) r>P said I _
of
on-ln-law, Mr and Mm. Fred the First Methodist Church Louise Halnes won the donkey mnlfilnt, will b. taken an eon- I .
all of Galnra- Btarke will meet at the home of reseed by you.Thls WELDIUGtr .
and children N
I Guy content. notice shall l1e pubtliihoilon
vllle. Mrs. Nelson Green on the Jacksonville Refreshment were a cake decorated each week for font rnnesrnlfyswash. ( (( :
; highway, Monday evening In pink with pink candles ...onh.! In the Bradford County Trl.. 1 ELBERTA

July 30, at 7:30: p. m. The Guild lathe and bottled drinks. Pnfifl thin Zlth day of July, US1.OFPICIAf .
organization for the gainful ( HEAL* A. J. Thorn,
lie ly employed women of the church Mrs. Albert J. Newman entertained (irk of the. flrrult Court '
D Clerk
Py Myrtl. T. Pnaver rionuty 2' PEACHES
and Mrs M. W Cressler president her son, Albert. Jr., on lib Tin 4. 5111 i

I TARKE FL-.1\ of the group, stated that all members 14th birthday anniversary with a !. rirmPto..r(. H....'... Commtf.. ,
and visitors are cordially In. delightful party at the home of flortdnt .. ( hmirvry.Annahrllii -- '
vlted attend.TIME his :Mrs. Alice Kite Devlnncy, Plaintiff, Y..
to grandmother We offer the people of Starke I
Harold D vlnn Defendant.
FrU Sat. July 27, 2$ Various games were enjoyed < y CUM No. 1851Onlrr 4 LBS. .- iiLargt.

DOUBLE FEATURE throughout the evening, and refreshments of,P.hllrBllnB Tl'rn OV Pl.OltlltA And N..U.T ToApvmr "iflitrold and \lclnlty one of the most = Customers
were served. The cake '
,
tJ.'nn@y.' whose residence .
., The END of the was done In pink and 'to drink and address !Unknown: but who.. modern and finest equipped 11 Corner '
(ant known rffldenr, and address"
r.lanUMES
RIVERAND 10 there was pink lemonade. Wits 953 KHHt Whltehill Slret, Hock( welding shops. anywhere.All Juicy:
Mill, Hou.hlna: During the past jcar! we
Mr. Lex Green entertained You are required to appear onAu..t Work Guaranteed dozenBANANAS
received more than 4.000complimentuy .
honor 87 1051 In the above namedCourt
a theater party on Tuesday ,
; KID !1111 I Ing her son Bill, on his .8th birthday *..wl.. and dlvfirca cause, Bradforil wherein plaintiff CountyTeleirraph SMITH'S GARAGE : comments .
I -.. If. anniversary. After the show shall puhllnh this' Order. about the men and women
II.TIle
f
II HIDES AGAIN In nest four weekly lest...
l refreshments were served at Blll't Witness mv bund and official AND MACHINE SHOP who serve you daily in our
With Dueler CntlilmAlw r home. The cake was decoratedIn "xal) at RtnrKit, Klorlda. this Jolylard store almost three timesas 2 Lbs. 2
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Inl.'lW""U'| Temple Ave. Starke
i\ I > He rial it C'arKmn. yellow with yellow candles. HEAL) A. J. 'l'h..mll.I I many favorable com ,
About 23: children were presentto Ait Clerk uf said (.. ments about our employeesas ,
Pcnvrr, 'ourt'l #
IIV Myrtle T. Deputy
I Sun., Mon., Tues. celebrate the occasion. tram.., Irnnn A Yaw, Sturk 1 ; ) there were the year be

i July 29, 30 31 fore.That LETTUCE 1
t of course makes all -

I PAandMA of us at A&P very happy ,
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Kettle Back on the Think oftomorrow indeed for it indicates thatwe're "

FARM giving you the kind !
of service you want.

J. Marjnrl Main, ferry Jlllirl.1 If you have any ideas as GRAPES, Lb.CANTALOUPES. .- 2.

i Alan\ Newn ('arlCHn to how we can make your
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I
liiNiiruiici Rtii'rnU your flnunilalMelfitre. shopping even more satisfying "

I Wed. Thur. AUR. 1. 2 It offer real protec- our loyal employees

1 DOUIILK FEATURE lion/ unulimt hazard*. Let mafn I would like to have them. large 2
liver 'your preHent |M IU'le. Please write: ,
Neptune's Daughter and iii-eilo. 1'h.re. In no obfga.| I ,
CUSTOMER RELAtIONS .. ,
1 IN TKOINU'OI.OK lion on jour part. .4#

! KMherMlllum.. & K.M! Hkelton DEPT. Whole
A&P Food Stores t .
1 AND IIt I when tires '420 Lexington A'..., k
buy !
f RIOT SQUAD you fo ay I New.Pork 17, N. V. FRYERS

IU..I. CromwHI.. I .-' ...
Alto I.ntpKtorlil Nt'u. I None* can tell you how long the tires'you buy today may have to last you. 2-2 1-2 Lb. Avg. v' y j+ a're

' I So $nyou* need new tires get the best get Goodyear Super. Ann Pages r 1Sr 1r:. x t ''l

! ;.. _____________________ _. I Cushion tires. Rich f//A lb. 55c
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Last Chance to Gel Your Entry lllank For New car makers use more Super-Cushions on their new cars than any other Creamyui c; } a
kind.
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G. E. Contest Closes July 31 sure Car owners tire. buy more Goodyear Super-Cushions than any other low-pres. Quick FILLETS Frozen Red Ib.Smoked l Perch' .

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, I steer easier, stop quicker and give you longer mileage, tool .I
I Sugar Cured Bacon

j SALADDRESSING SQUARES, lb. .

1 GOODEAg..q -. ,

! Fancy Center Cuts Dry Salt

'\ BACON, lb. -
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+' SUPER CVSHIN .19c 31c Ready To Eat .


I G-E Wringer Washer d Ann Page .PICNIC HAMS, lb. 1 1A

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MAYONNAISE, pts. 36c TrR.\L i
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"Qulck-Claan"Washing.. High-Pressure Wringing

IIi Bargain Price 1Brnp aI4 Ann Page Creamy 13 Oz.. Jar WISCONSIN AMERICAN

Ii \tl w C Peanut Butter 33c jI.

CHEDDAR CHEESE

Ann Page Sandwich 8 Oz. Jar

.1.1l SPREAD 19c 8 oz. pkg. 31c 16 oz. pkg..6 6

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0 Ann Page Cratmpple> 1? Oz. Jar '-
: Regular liarLIFEBUOY
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MODI& AWOn I Bath SOAP,
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,tan Page Pure 18 Oz. Jar .. -,--

!109.95 I IAs HONEY 35c I 3]
I q 1 ,. i NO RINSE SURF, large pkg.

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Mitt Ann Faro Salad' .____-_.. ...-.'
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J i tir doCOME PIJII.8&# MUSTARD I 3
9c SOAPY RICH RINSO
i IN TODAY!

COMPAR.E THESE FEATURES.. I I RAJAH FloatinS AP:; bar.1-- l
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G-E: Activ-tor triple-wail
lag action! STOP AT .rl Weak flattery SALAD DRESSING '
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a Powerful wringer! LUX SOAP FL
e E: rolling r-ii-r.t THIS SIGN Is To A Car Pts. 25c
a Foil.length .kin! ..-
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Wlral..1 Weaklearl 4Sc .Tkg.
t .Id* and eat!Ielf. < !! FACt CIXJTlt
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HE SURE OF THE IlESTGOODYEAR lb. can- *
SPRY SHORTENING, 1

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b -'I..f.'af I SEI THIS WASHERI -BEEF STEW
47c
ITS AN OUTSTANDING GENERAL ELECTRIC VALUE SERVICEHEADQUARTERS BATTERIES Sherbet 1

I I i Armour Vienna. "Junket" ICE CREAM MIX

G. J. HfcGRIFF I SAUSAGE 22c

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143: H:. Call St. Starke. Fla. .. Armours StarCHOP.
A & P Food StoreThe
AvthoHx Deals HAM S7cArmour
(t' .- I SERVICE CENTER STATION

O!. : RALfj'E1EDTR.lC I SEEDER GOODMAN .. Star Corned Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea* C*
EKIr. C.mlnt.
: WRINGER WASHERS 1.'h.on.e20.6. U. S. 301. at South City Limits Starke, Fla. BEEF HASH 42c 300 .rCairSt:

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P7. 1931r -. I Vlnkl.r-- the :Mr, and Mrs. Spencer Crawfordwere
I Mr. and Mra. J. J.: Gross and Miss Merry spent
Mra T Frank Landrum andaughtci
1 Hall ,>f Jacksonville Mrs. Clayton Crawford Is visitIng visited Mn Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gross of weekend In St Augustine with I weekend guests of Mr and
was the' guest of Mr and Mrs .1 Mrs B. H. Handley In Lake Frances I Miss Mary Lnrver Miss' Larvetwas Mrs. Michael Gllhooley and T.
Jacksonville two
Landrum s mother :Mrs! .T.1o are spending
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H DuPre for a few dale tiii" of Miss Winkle C Crawford.
a recent
land.Mrs. Rogers In ,Jacksonville over weeks" at the Klngaley Lake cottage guest
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week. H. P. Moye. of- Orlando lhe'I' and
I weekend. of Mr. and Mrs Maxle r here Mr. and Mrs. If. J. Shaw
r Mr and Mrs. T J. Griffin had was the guest of Mr. ami Mrs G I Mrs. Edmond Tenly and duugf Carter. Mrs. Mend Garcia and daughter family are spending several day
an their guests Sunday Mr. Griffin S. Newcomb over the weekend Vivian returned Saturday after in Sarasota, where Mr. Shaw I Is
ter, Joan recently returned from Mrs. Edmond Tenly and Joan
's nieces, Mrs, Bula McMo'eMrs. Miss Ann Johnson of Haw- upending two ,weeks with friendsIn assigned on business.
NEWS N. C where they al' State Girls Auxiliary -
''t !IN THE Edwina Bandy and Mrs IhM'ne, Is spending the week with Rldgecrest are attending Washington' D. C. and Maryland Mrs. Warren Perkins and Mrs.
tended Y. W. A. Week there They Swan Lake this weekas
Margaret Waters, of Sanford. Mr and Mrs. S. E. Sparks. MISS camp at
Garcia wason
n Wells 1 by while Sgt. 1-c Annie Colson had as their guest
-- accompanied Mrs. Lola counselors, Mlsa Elizabeth Provence -
Mrs. E. D. Patray and daughter Johnson Is helping with the Bible maneuver with the Florida this weekend their brothers, J, C-
1 1II Maxine Wood of Miami car State Young People'sSecretary
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and Miss Miss Donna Lou spent a few days with School In Graham. National Guard.
Vah'' of Plant City and L. J.
who Is In St.Luke' Poppell
C. H.
Quick la director.
Harold
of Mrs. Gray
,It Theis River was the guest Mrs. Fatrny'a parents Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Harris, of Gainesville J. R, Bolnap and J, R. BelnapJr. of Lakeland.See .
for ,a week. Letchworth, and Hospital after uudergoln Mrs. H. V. Knight Miss Nancy Poppcll!
of Mr Mrs. L. O. Hazen. Mrs. Esther ., who recently sold their Sleepy
E ere gttesta this week, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite were Mrs. S. T. Rogers, of Sebastianwere a major operation, la doing vllfY Lee Knight, and Charles Knight Hollow Motel returned Monday tile NEW IlEMtNOTOM j
1 In
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irquette Hugh of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Lex nicely Mrs. Quick Is staying have moved to their home in Portable Typewriter at the Brad-
' of Green eon guests of Mr. and ,Mrs. George guests of from a month's tour which took
\\Armstrong of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Me- week. Jacksonville to be with him 'Gatneiiville, where Nancy and ford County Telegraph.Mr. .
the weekend), guests Moody of Flagcr Beach on Sun Green last of Jackaonvllli them through 18 states. They
Clark
\1&1 Miss June
Hall. I Kinney on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney of her I Charles will attend the Universityof still think Florida la a pretty good and Mrs Cam WIlliams
sharon day.Mr.. and Mrs. W. E. Plummer. had as their guests on Sunday Mr. was the weekend guest Florida this fall. Miss Nancy to however. Although living In
live
___ - GIlt!.. parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark place formerly of Starke now
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of Eau Gallie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Canova of Jack- the weekend Knight now holds the posltlon"ofsecretary their plans for the future are In Bradenton are out at their campon
Y Sauls
Mrs. A. F. spent
and Mrs. M. F. Hazen on Saturday sonville. D. Wainwright In the personel offices definite they will remain" In Starke Redwater Lake near Haw-
with Mr. and Mrs. N -
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Ida Lou Plummer who had Mr. and Mr. E. N. Newcombof Jr., of Hollywood. at the university.Mrs. for acme lime, if not permanentlyMr. : thorne, catching up on their rest

DAYS ONLY been staying with Mr. and Mrs Orlo Vista, were the guests of I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs Juar Dave Paulk spent last and Mrs. P. M. Barefootand fishing and vacation. All friend
Hazen and Patty Ann Plummer Mr. and Mrs. CJ. S. Newcomb for Ita Phillips and Martha Jan weekend In Wlllacoochee Ga. as Martha Jane Phillips spent at Starke are Invited to come out
who had been visiting Annette a few days. of the guest of Mayor and Mr. Jeff Sunday in Lake City visiting Mrs.
attended the funeral I swim.
Phillips to fish and
Green, of Brooker returned with Mrs. C. C. Mendoza of Jacksonville Frl Paulk She was accompanied Tilly Darby and R. A. Newsome. picnic
In Ocala on
and Saturday Winston Thomas
I. Friday Mr and Mrs. Plummer, spent Monday with Mr. home by her daughters Fay and Rev and Mrs. Homer Swinclali Harry Quick of Washington,

t Mrs. T. T Long and son, Tom and Mrs. T. J. Griffin day.Midget I'encll Sharpener Idci Sylvia who have been visiting were shopping in Jacksonville''D. C. spent the week with the C.
left for Stewart Mrs. W. J. Epperson and daughters there.
Wednesday
Camp for home II.... Only 'l.$ .-Bradford Monday. H. Qulcka. -
D Ga. Col. Long who has a two Mary Sue and Sally Ann, .

M CLOCKS, reg. 3.25 1.98 [ weeks' convalescent leave, will re spent Saturday shopping In Gaines County Kelly: Telegraph.David oC Tampa and i

turn with Mrs. Long and Tom on ville. While there they visited Mrs. Owen Whltehurst of Plant City, .
i Friday Mrs, Lloyd H. Lewis, of Glen Duke. Mri
with :Mr! and
Sunday
WATCHES 3.25 1.98 Wilmington Del., ,will arrive on Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Is visiting spent
it reg. I Alton Dobbs. '
I Friday to spend a few days with her son and daughter-in-law" Bristol, 6 MONTHS SUPPLY
I C. F Bateman, of pen;
Col. and !Mra.\ Long and family. and Mr*. H. L. Brownlee. Mr'l Alvarez
the weekend with the L. B.
KIT* I One GallonTHERMOS' I Mr. and Mr. Edmund Tenly Mrs. C. A. Knight was In
famlllt'8cMr
and the! P. M. Barefoot ,
SUi I spent Sunday visiting In Gainesville sonville on Monday. J. E. Powell Fre
'JUGS and Mrs. Harry Mooty hat e OF GAS GIVEN FREE
r- ..: and also attended the homecoming I Jr. returned with. Mrs. Knight to I'I'I had as their guests the put two ,
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'" I at Pine Grove. I spend a week.Dedicated weeks Mrs. Mooty's mother, Mri
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....;.:; f ..... I I John L. Udell of Highland Park, I IIll. WITH YOUR PURCHASE
I slater ,
::: and her brother-in-law and .
-,, Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Anderseiof I
= =. Philadelphia, Pa. The Mooty'.
D RANGE
GAS
of TAPPAN
.- :-::1 and their points guests of Interest have been throughou visitIng any

., .. Service"Movie the State, Alao visiting th'Mooty '' IN OUR STORE
To Community -
\,. ... ., / Mr. and
.. ,,. Are Better Than Ever" on Sunday were
rttle Mrs W G. Mooty of Miami. W

28 tNYDOVBLK Tues., Wed. G. Mooly recently returned from .
2.49 3.98n Sat., July -
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week's trip to
a six hunting
FKATt'RK: July 31, Aug. 1 and showed Interesting colored: All you do is select flour

moving to the -family ot
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WASH CLOTH each 15c YM.N4 ....I,1)U4 his trip throughout. Europe and Tappan Range'Make.theminimum .. OO.O oeu
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J IINuLs *.. ;,r.f Africa.
a Nrr G :91 ..* Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn down payment
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All I .r" .. were In Starke last weekend from
TOWELS each 59c I _....'
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n, I.r'...........n..r_;::... Daytona Beach where they an and ice will supply you
g I..7r w,MIUW: .WWLiS IMUW"A staying while Mr. Flynn Is employed rf

rl(' 50 FEET AEPU19t nCNAt I Friends there.will be interested to with Gas for the Next Six ,

for AMI I Also "Alpine Chaplain. Short, know that Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bo Months WITHOUT Coat.

LIES "ll.ilI, That Monkey" Cartoon and and daughter Joan and Mrs. Cor-
i rlne Kelly Watford all of Jackbonvllle -
98c I at.*Ht. New
E III A < have returned home after

A & most enjoyable vacation ttpenltour.ing OF JULY ONLY !
,i through the Great Smok, THIS SENSATIONAL OFFER GOOD MONTU

Ire Are Ileadqllarters.For Thur., Fri., Aug. 2, 3MINN residents Mountains of. Starke.The Boxes are formei

SCHOLL'S FOOT RELIEF FlieiuU will be Interested' tc In addition to the above we will LIST PKOSI'ECTS It GLOWMAIL .

V/NOIN/*., know timt: Mrs. J. M. Brownlee lerectippintlng Rive you ABSOLUTELY FREE ..
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"E\erjthin/ For The Feet" at her home after one SERy-it; -TRAY & GRILL. -

t |IE IX WITH YOUR FOOT TROUBLES Sun., ;Mon. July 29, 30 DOUGLAS-MAYO Juke's jntlci'going Honpltal an operation Jacksonville in St COMBINATION SET for ,each ..............___...____'_ __________.._______
prospect you turn In to us to whom
Friday Her ulster Mrs. J, E
we soil a range This sot 'retails -------------------------------
AGAR RBRENNANlW
\\Sprdallze in FITTING TRUSSES @!b ..- A'llmm Is staying with her. for $12.95 but will coal you nothing -
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BROS: : I if we \sell! to the prospect you "

1 'f' REGISTERtour Rive us. _____u___ .----------------------
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the skil} with,.which a prescription is filled. ) old el&tric refrigerator OR BRING YOUR LIST OF PROSPECTS TO
bring vdur Prescription to ui and be assured! llllPJJ t I

'is compounded accurately hv a qualified M.Q. I.. GREAT DIVIDE ; in the PHIICO'vd I
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VJUL2Z 1951

BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDAFARMER'S __________________________________________ -2 nfD\T. 1....

I I I NOTICB! TO APPIan
I TO APPE R'in
OTICK .
t. the Complaint
or plants If we set, them out later We watch now, and did manage j.i'c-T'l"i ),' pumtlff"dln", Attorney.> T. Frank Circuit ( urt.. Bradford County, In Circuit dirt. llradford. ('oumly,
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In C kanrerr.HI
I I to retrieve a rat from him which .h-r i,,nil: : :ginnl 8mark III,,.the Florida office' and of file the I I r'lor. Ida i Hilltr.lu luanrerr.Wnli.r j-i.ilnnff.., .i's. Helen I Florida.11 I.. I it t A. "" .Idt. Plaintiff \61. Margaret si

4 II Getting land ready now when he brazenly took away from I, ". ,,1, lt'-( the Clr. lit Court on or byi (Irate BUJnr Defendant.Ca.. A. Waldt. Defendant,
I we plan to have our berry patch I Scarey, even though it meant the i ,I. ti h.-, stie-day of Aug-u.t 1961)th \) No. |JJ( Caaa He. 8521Nolle '
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.. To Appear. 'k ,, .l i ij
,' ,iwixc" tW> allegations of said !Nnttee T. Ap" *' ti
I DIARY for next season flan to set out'I whole bunch of ua chasing him all i 'miii.nnt, will b* taken a. eonThi'i To: Helen. l3rnee:! Wller! whose I To: Margaret A. Waldt whose Ifly ,
13,000! plants If we have that 'over the place. Yes, of course '. rcelden. and addrcu. !J.: .04 Nor. residence and address In: 170 George. I j,
bniTlcB'hall. b* published I wood Btroet Cunt OranB N.w Jr-I Road Cllffelda Park New Jeraey.Tou '. -
Iy! Sam McGarvey many. Think that each double bed we're crazy. or we wouldn't be I 5.7. I are hereby notified that a xOTl.P-' -
will bold about 1.000 plants so farming. rkH'rnh. ri5r.orfor'kucocu0nncT.1.veithl Veil are hereby notified that a I Putt for Plvorce and custody and I In ('lr UI' I'"....1'0...., 1I
'I The author will be .rnph. suIt for Divorce award of child to control of minor child awarded to I PiCrtiet, In Q", ,
cUd to n.
ifcrh we'll fix IS beds. Hope that by a r".eI. 3rd day of :July 1951.OFFICIAL. Defendant. and other relief has been'(the Defendant. has been filed against I Thome. .; ...". _____
Item of lnt<-r.t. oonrernIng little extra care we will be able toget In ISIS NOTICH Court TO liraford APPBAII CoDnlr ( SEAL) A. I. Thomas. filedainiit you In the above named I you In the above named Court and I.I Sari i\ 'd h.t t PI,
the .tlvltle of farmer In Clerk or the CircuIt Court. Court and CHUS and you are requIred -I ".u.. and you are required toeerve ,......,
v,. .,..* ,.. ( knrrrr. .
a berry patch that looks like Deputy Clerk of ;vutiee
Hy Myrtle T Deaver. of anwer a copy your answer To5i ,
to serve a copy your: orpleading Coo;
Bradford County. Suggestions; maybe something besides a dYankee' Iliivurd'Irmit Jtomlnr Scot Cotter Cotter 1'i-fcndant Plaintiff v*. 111 H 7/21/ or pienain' 10. ine. compiamion to the complaint on the I M' p,,"..

left at the Telegraph office or C.. No. 8561! the Plaintiff Attorney, T. Frank Plaint Iffa Attorney T. Frank i d.ne \ tW'
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I rude MirUrO TO APPEAR file Landrum Plarke, Florida, and mlnll'l.. ; ,.:1
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mailed to Sam MrUarvry %.,.I". T. Appear.j' Landrum Stark, Florida file .
Lswtey .
Ilradford CountyFlurlil 'rt
'I ,>: Howard Paul. Cotter, who.. In Circuit cart the orlKlnal. In the office of the the original In the office of the I 00 "ii t
Florida. I On the advice' of the vet we rr.ld..nr. I.: car of MiiporlntencUnt. *! lu ( asarery.Thelma Moore,. Plaintiff. TS Clerk of the Circuit Court on or 1*.. Clerk of the. Circuit Court on or h... I suit tot ',: .IIt
Ward 8a. Veteran. Mo..i>.ltal, '"Tuncn-. Ward for. the 11th day of August 1951; fore the eth day of August 1901; i OIl'"ln'l .
I weaned the calf Bundle, and she IOONM Alabama. Stephen Elliott Moor, Defendant.Case otherwise. the alienation of paId otherwise the alteration of said Court alld alto,
Almost lout our faithful milk she will recover. She was givenup doenn't like it a bit. She eats a You are hereby notified. that a No. 884J Complaint will be taken ae confeeeed Complaint V11I be taken a. oonfenned .d. to., ''PI" a ;''"
Hult for Dlvorrn, and oth*r rellvf.. has ,,Ice. To Appear. by you. by you. I n. Pleading! ,.,
cow, Joy. and by no mean sure once by a vet .when she was a I little dry feed and we are tryingto burn filed walnut you In he at>..v.. T'- Stephen. Elliott Moore., whop This notice" shall be publlnhed. This notice shall be published. I I PI..lntlrf', Al'.1.,1,3 hit, 'm,
yet !that aha will live. She failed calf and she may do it again. We get her to eat more but it won'tbe named Court and cause and you are refldence. and adilreea U: Unknown.You for four consecutive i iT.I."raph once each. week for four eon "", uU". I 1I..1..n. liulldlnlt, a.,

to show up at milking time one hope so. for Joy is really a great long before she'll be eating us rijiilri. pleading.to KArv to a the ropy complaint' of.your ansWer on- null ) for are Divores hereby .and notified rextoratlon. that a :..;"ka"rn: : the Bradford County araph.Tinted weeks. In the Bradford County Tele. I, t'fflesm Floritt' .'f'h a'd fl' Ih D., "'If...<.
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night and had to be driven up to Joy to us. 1 into the poor house. th. Plulnlirf( ( Attorney Wayne 1'1.1U1.1. of maiden. name hall been filer Hated thin 11th day of ";JuJv 1851. this Srd day of ,July, 1981 I Court ,r. '"".. .,. "-
the ahed-walking with great difficulty )| .-,., I'll! I.yni-h fiullillnir( Jarknnvlllit. nxalnnt you In the above namedCourt (OFFICIAL (SEAL A. 3. Thoman, JOK-F1CIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I Augut, .1; iI tthpy0.1 lbo, ,
see Klorltla and tile tha .....IWln.al and CHUM and you are required Clerk *if the Circuit Court Clerk: of the Circuit Court I lIou.t 101 I.
every step of the way. She The vet by the way charged us Had a reguetf& a picture of In lh. office ut the CI..rk'.f this to nerve a copy of your answer Dy Myrtle T. Deaver IJeputy Clerk. By Myrtle T. Beaver, Deputy Clerk I' taken. ..f"d"l'I"n'

ate only about a third of her usual $30 for his visit. We wonder why Joy and Bunkle from Mr. Able of Circuit. Court on or before the 20th or pleading to the complain 713; 4t 818OTlrft 7/1| 4t 7127 i' This tomits .\; .hi
day of .'...u..t. 1951 : otherwise the on the Plaintiff. Attorney T. Frank I "n. t .t .
feed and gave little milk. For the charges are so high for doctor. Atlantic City, N..J. So last week"Hogia" all"Ir'L.I"n! of said Complaint will Lnnilrum Htarke, Florida and fIle NOTI'F! I wenke '11 t Ih :- r.Ir, f"....

about alx or seven days all told ing farm animals? If base Kerns of the Telegraphcame b.. taken Is ronfHned. by you. the original In the office of the TO APPKAB Tolanm It May Concern. ar"ph.'On. .
they Clerk of the Circuit Court on or he. IN Circuit. I .0" llradfurd Couu1:" .. "
ahe did not bed down once to our It on the value of the animal out and took a press picture This notice. hall b* publlvhedone f.r.the J3th day of August 1951 : Florida la Chancery. I I and This creditors I I. to that notify all claimant (OI"l"l, '. '. '(I

knowledge. Her feet became ten. treated it Is basically unfair. of the two. Wilt send it as soon w..rkn each In the week Bradford for four County Coii.actitlVe Tela"pKiVd itlittxvlMe' the allegation. of enkCompliilnt !Snrnh .Pay, Plaintiff rs<( Louis DO"n..f..n..nt. vi.iir claim against you tho are estate. to tile of "
No. 8541ottee By
will ba taken a con- 'ace Mj
.tier and swollen, and all In all she as possible. t.......1 by you. % To Appear. I/ Vf t). Park. Decenaed. made under"nut )
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C C C thin 17th day of July 1951OFKICIAI to FK.. Ferryman. County
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acted like sick We iihall b publlphedni To Louis > whose residenceand
a very cow. ihlx nolle : DHV. .
Asked this vet whether you can ( > SKAL) A. J. Thomas, ,, .- week. for four poneecutlve.kx nddreaa I I.' fnknown., Judge of Bradford County Florida,
trimmed hooves (at least Herm I ?rt'y Clerk of the Circuit r i'-' h I within .
her Heard that Bennett boughta Court eight calendar montha from I:
safely drench a hog. and he said w. In the liradford County You are nereny nonrieu! thAt a I In flrcBY'Y.Brl1V7.'
F"y Myrtlv 1' Keiiver, Lx-puty. dork the first publication of this '
notice
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Hamilton did), thinking that was that it herd of pure-bred Brahman. '1'.I..raph.p'e.1 lilt for Divorce. hRSJ..n filedgamut ;. ::
could.ba done If the 7120 U Silo otherwise said claim OI I In "
hog 1OFFICIAt or debt will tI ..
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of Julv above I .
thin llth day you In the nam..dCllurt .
the trouble. Next Harold and"Jay head We sure are getting a lot of good be barred. by the. Statute of LI ml.tatlon Doria
held .
was not higher than his "IQTH'I'' TO 1'PF.Ut ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, and cause and you are re- I Cecil Eil\ 1'1
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Eunice pumped up her udder shoulders. Interesting! to ua, be. stock around here. In rl..1t Court, llradford Coamtr. Clerk of the circuit Court (ulred to nerve. a copy of your enswer Sidney' Fark, Executor. \ L ,
thinking that the cause Wall milk Florida ,. Caaaeerr.N'lrhojHH Hy Myrtle T. Deayer Deputy Clerk orl1..nd'n"' to the complaint 'entire To c..
4 cause we have heard of many case Ji..l"poiiloM,, Plaintiff I I v*. 7113 4t 813| lOn the Plaintiff. Attorney T Frank 711 4 H 712? I 1'0: C. .'PP.". ... ,
/ever. But when that did no good I) 'where drenching a hog resulted Have always 'procrastinate Maria Kifcrakafanl jr>..lopoulu*. Defendant .amlrum. "'ark... Flrlda. and file I esldi-nc .. ", : ', n.

i jjj and when we found that she had In his d aU). when it came to castrating pigs '0'i'lt2 the original. In the office' of the NOTICE Te APPEAR I em lo Moon Mi, NoI ,.. "
104 sent 3fo.l.*. To Appear.To '1'.. Whom II War Concern Clerk' nf the Circuit' Court on or he. lu Circuit Court Bradford County. North RU. .rl LI"
i i a fever of degrees we to but finally said "let's get It done-- : Maria 'ar..kal.anl rtelopniltoft. Thin In to notify all claimant fore the 11th day nf Aua-upt. IDIIt : Florida! In c.......... l You v '" T"t Iio
* M Jacksonville for a vet in a hurry. eecPlanted the earlier the better! So we whoMe rpfildenr and til.m' and creditor that you are. to file ,,fherwlxe the allegation, r f paid' Janet. Welt Shervan. Plaintiff vs. I suit for artIt "p "i.oiill.'
: :
! a few rows of Crowder fixed 164 Thea-tflftrou, Plraeua ( : your claims against, the extat. of Complaint will be taken a. cfm- George Phcrvan, D..fendant.i. i maiden nalne, in and "" .
I
, He the trouble aa a the pigs when I h.. b..
diagnosed they
were only
.
It nl), Orireca. epped hy ilk
pea* they come up we'll bp Julia Johnn., Iieceaeed made under you. Ca. No. 1522rtle you In the a'|
J nail In her heart and we received for ten days old, 'and were we glad You are heroliy notified that a oath to K. K. Ferryman CountyJudKe Thin notice shall be published *) To App..... 1 cause. and ie "SusIe.
surprised we haven't been able when It milt for Annulment ha. been filed of Bradford County, Florida, nee. each week for four consecutive To: George Shervan whose .....1. I nerve a j 'U, .r. ....
about the
the with was Alao c '
over. iny r
, ) shocking news to get anything growing; In thla helped asralnut you In the ,abov. named. within eight calendar month from week. In the Bradford County dene and adilre* I I.: 149-30 114th I pleading to hit II''
: same sadness aa If a good friend heat. Herm Hamilton with hla boar pigs Court and cat. .. and you are required the first oiibllcatlon of this notice. Trios.ra ph. Place, Uxon 1'ark, Long island N.w I F'la intitf's lit 10m,,,,",
waa discovered to have an Incur. I to serve a copy or your anwror otherwlxe '.nld claim. 0"d..ht will b* D.'eri this nth day or juiv. IPII. York. Douglas. tOG Attorip. Ic
I C. pleading to the complaint on the barred. by the Statute of Llmltatloim. (OFFICIAL( SFAL1'.A :J. Thomas. You are' hereby. notified thai-.a I Jacksonville. I.,."
; able disease. The vet gave Joy an Turnips came up. Hot sun came Plaintiff Attorney, Evan. T. Clerk' of the circuit Court tilt for Divorce and restoration of the orliflna Pluurla
1 Intravenous Injection of a "sulpha1 Another case of screw-worms out. Turnip. went downl Kvan and Neal D. Kvan.. Jr... 11/3 Carl John, Executor. Ry Myrtle T. Deaver, Depn. .v Clerk maiden. name has "been' filed acalxjpt I Clerk of the Clr"UII In tho oIhro
This time In Blondle !the gill Law Kuchnna Bulldlnir Jacknnvlll 7113 4t 813| 713| 4t 813 you In the above, named Court andcauxa I fore the 6lhotherwise day C....
and then Intramuaculai nr
drug. an *, Florida and fll. the original and I A
1 Noticed it before it got too far advanced In the office of the 0.l.lCF2-: : -zPPFlAR: I you are required to (he ftii.(5ii4 l| .
Injection of penicillin. The drugs Alice had a great deal of paIn Clerk of the \ TO serve a copy of your answer or I Complaint will .
I put .Ircult Court on or befor the 20th ..... OTlrF TO rRFDI'rOnllT. I b. t iIk..
screw-worm killer In Circuit P..d' County pleading to th complaint
seemed to almost Immed on from her rght hand which r..r. 1m .... Ca>M of tpj* .r.. .. on the fennvd by y<|ii.
help Joy It and it to became day of AuUftt, lull; otherwlx. the Florida.i I.. ....... ,.. Couaty Plaintiff Attorney T. Frank This
seems be all
: lately but the vet told u* that right now. extremely sore from an unknown allegation of said Complaint. will Hetty Franklin lludnlnx plaintiff In Hredfuril Protiat(....(*. Florida. I Landrum Stark, Florida., and fll* I once each notlee wa'it nhall for H

i they could only help clear up tile Gathered some S. cause. We visited Dr. MIddleton b*This taken notice a. confexxed thai! b by* you.published VM. Paul. Onliorne. >Iuilfrln Case, No.Defend.dant. 8640- In re: Estate of J. F. Klckllter- De- Clerk the original of the Circuit In the Court offIce on of or be.the I I graph weeks. 'In the nr.dfo ftis C..,

, infection and naturally would not "roasting earl"from Who prescribed treatment and I II once each week for four consecutivew.eku Motlce To Appenr.TII .a..d. for the 8th day of August 1951 fluted
our field In the Bradford Tn All Creditor' end Pereou ll..y.Inerdalui ; I Ihl< 5'h' d., oil
corn Tel"Dated
,and Alice boiled County *- Paul CHborne Tludgln. whose otherwise the allegation. of said (OFFICfAf.
from in
dislodge the foreign object responded little REAL
a while. But Uennad. ) A.
er Afmlmmt PalS I
them and they sure did taste this llth day of Julv, mi. residence and address IK: UHNS.NW R...... Complaint will b* taken aa. con- Clerk IIf tho ('..
her Jieart. He told ua to build a while It lasted It waa. extremely Box B02, Yorktown Vlra-lnla. fepxed. by you. By Myrtle
ramp so that Joy would stand with good. Especially the very young) alnful. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, You, are hereby. notified that a You and each of volt are hereby. Thte entice xhall he. publlphed' T. Deatir t",!,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
ears which have not become stilt for DIvorce has been. filed. notified and required to present any
the front part of her about 8 degrees hard. ,yet Py Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk7L20 against you In the Above named clalma and demand which you -

higher than her rear with Cut some iai4'fr our neIghbor | 4t SIlO| Court and cause and you are required or eitner or you. may nave. against
to serve a copy of your .an- the estate. of J. F. Klckllter. de- I1-
the purpose of having the nail or We have been cc. Paul Bennett who plans to setout JfOTICKNolle ser or pleading to the complaint ceased, late of said. (County to the
whatever It Is work Itself\ away watching our runner some berry plants I I" hereby given to all on the Plaintiffs Attorney T. Frank County Judge of Bradford County ,
plAnt. from our old berry bed. creditor and claimant of the F... Landrum. Htnrke, Florida and filethe Florida at his office In the court
from her heart. We built it, but and thought we Had tats K'llth Van ,AlPllne, deccaxed. original In the office of the hnuee of pail Count at Stark,.
after trying It once we decided to quite a few Our station wagon ball been goIng Hint you nr* to file your iet.nent Clock of the Circuit Court on or b... Florida, within eight calendar /,
good plants but wanted the adviceof of account or claims with tha for,. the 1.1th day of August 1951)lh month from the time of the flrxt II
,
forget about It because of the danger to pieces for lack of .
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a neighbor ao he refinishIng County JuI.nf Bradford County <> rwl e the. allegations of xaldCompliilnt publication of 1'111" notice Each //_ 'I_ _ _
of Joy hurting herself In trying obligingly so we finally got out steel within eight. calendar month from will b* .taken. .as con- claim or demand shall be In wrItIng, I _
to get out. But since that went over the patch with us and wool sandpaper a the first publication hereof of the f4., w,, d| by YOU. end shall Mate. the place. of renldence ,
verified scraper lame notice or the claim will" b barred Tlili notice shah he published and
our pout office addrex
time Joy has become better everyday told estimate. Have been varnish and'' went to work. Did I hy the Statute, of Limitation" This. ,,"M,,'. ,...,4il< week for four conxecutlvew.i the claimant and Shall be worn ofi,I .- d
that we can use the old moth. the 20th dav of July, 1051. I Us in the. Irndford! County to bv the. .. i I
until claimant. his
now we have hopes that only part of it (as it i l is hard workIn Kuigene C. Cannon. Admr. Ti ,1. iri" 'iph.Pilid hIs attorney. and any .,mrh aft claim nt. or or i i -P .)

hot weather) and hope to finish 7120 4t SIlO/ thin 11th day of Julv 1931iiFFICfAl :; demand not BO filed shell be. void. _
It loon. ( SKAL) A. J. Thomas, A. :J. Thnmax. I : .11
'0"11'1'r. 'lerk of the Circuit Court A / --.
.. hom. II >lny (...n....... Hy MM I IT! Denver, Deputy, Clerk ivxtament* executor of of the J. Last F. Klckllter,1rtecenxed Will and __ _ 1.I .

r WANTED\ to BUY I Trying to keep at the orchardnow Thin I IH to all whom It may concern 7113 4t 83otirn | .. i _
that I
AFTERthe Imvflled
my Final Re FIrst publication July nth. 19S1.
//i to see If we cant make something turn with (County .Iull... nf Bradford \ TO ,rrR lit
County', and will In ( Ircult. Court llrnilford its: 4t 8:3: I
PULP WOOD of It. We're using a lot of on the Roth tiny of County I
AtiKtiHt 1HSI apply. for Final r>lx- I'Morlilnt In I hnnrery.l.i I I 1.
.1 Collision cow manure around the trees and ,'h"r.n" Kxecutrlx. of the Kxtate .-'. r.I rorxer. Plaintiff v*. Beth. 'OTKE TO API'S.tII I
CROSS TIES Vines, and thla week even put ado of P. A. Johanenn. l K <('< r'-er. Defendant. In Circuit I aurt. llradfonl County,1Plorldat
This lut publication Cane No. 0937 In Chancery. _
July 10th., : i
Comes the and Pine of trace element minerals on lOll %..tlce To Appenr.T" Sarah n. Drucker. Plaintiff va. !
Timber acft one. But Still can't cure the !.o'rCe ITartmann '. Heth. l M: Corner, whope rep|- Solomon S. Drucker. Defendant.. I
t Kecurl:, of th. KnUte; of d.'i, l I.. so1 Katherine Street. 111..- Case No. 8528 i
Worry condition on the plum- trees. The /'. Johanxon.. lInn N'enr York.Y \otlc 'I'., Appear.. ,'

loaves are black and are so chewed 720| ..4t 810| <>ti are hereby notified thnt n To: Solomon 8. trucker. whoee
7SK*_. MOTICM TO APPK\I null for Dlvorc baa been filed. last known residence. and .
LCollision they look like lace-work. So far lei Circuit Court. llradford County, against. you In the above named was: 21111Vmhlnnton .
} can cauie plenty Will Pay have tried a nicotine spray and florldai lit ( hancery. Coiirt and cause. and you are reiihod Bronx,, New York. .1,1..1 I
Norm Jeanette Merrlma. ; Plaintiff to serve a oopy of your answer You are hereby notified. t'
of Worry" Buy Comprefitnslve DOT with no success VM.. Itohert Slater. Merrltnan. De nr 1>1.n.lln.to the complainton stilt for Divorce., full cuntodv of Cool off with BorJcn'f Sherbet. Serve ii' LIME
Highest Cash Prices fendant Case No. 81,54Dotl the Plaintiffs, Attorney, Xach It minor child. and other. relief bee $ '
Automobile and Collision I. Egg production'haa ..>. To Appear.' DoiiKlnn rOG Lynch Bulldlnr, Jack. been filed airalnit" you In :I it for home dessert Give your \
FOR ANY SIZE TRACT fallen off and To: Hohert Hlater Merrlman.. ET nvllle. Florida and file. the orlttln. the above named, Cr,urt and fruit and fruit lalids sparkling PINEA
Insurance before it's we're not surprised, for this flockof lie, ITS!I 1.1 bprn. AK 12. c'a' Fleet 'nl In the office. of theClerk of the cause and you are required to cups
hag Poxt Office, Norfolk. VIrgin ours done
too late.Charley nobly. Found You are hereby notified. that mm day of Auajuxt list: otherwIse the pleading, tn the complaint on the Sherbet. Choose lime
e cat of 18 eggs4n a ahed and a'i milt for Divorce., award of child nnd iilleirarlotix. of unlit Complaint will Plaintiff Attorney. SamuelV! Oet.en orange or pine
u-- neighbor who was other relief has .been. filed ba taken a. confnAxod by' you. > Box 81, nalneevllle.. Fin and file apple. Enjoy BorJen'i Sherbet, too,
-SEE- present said: against vest In the abov named ThIs notice Phnll I I>H published. the original In the offkn of the !
You're going to throw them a- Court and .ran* and you are r.- one* each. week for four conxecutlv Clerk of the Circuit (" .ur( on nr I... ,I at your favorite fountain in ,a frosty

) E. Johns way aren't you?" We laid "no"that quired to serve. a copy of your nnwvr weeks In tho. Bradford County fore the 8th day of August, ll>61.: .i freeze or float
or plendlnvx to the complaint Tetejrrnpn.Dated otherwise the. allegatlont of
Agency A. McKINNEY we would not sell them butUse on the I'lalntirf Attorney T this 11th day. nf July, 1951. Complaint will ba taken aa .al"'l
them ourselves for "Frank Landrtim. Starke. Florida nnd (OFFICIAL. AM A. J. Thomax, Penned by you.
Phone IS STARKE. FLA. cookIng. file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court This notice nhall be puMNhrd
: At Starke Taxi Stand As ex-city folks we used to get Clerk. of the Circuit. Court on or h..- Ify Myrtle T. Denver, Deputy Clerk once each week for four r"n eciitlv, I i 710ff19//S

... PHONE.'150 eggs like that all the time and otherwise for the I 20th the day alleirntlonx of Auiixt nf, lOll sail; 713| 4t 2,3nrlep week graph.. In the Bradford County Tel.. _

tfI .. practically never had a trash egg. Complaint will h* taken a* confexped ", Dated. thla llth day of Julv. 1061 '
.... ...... Starke Fla. by you : TO tPPKtn (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. *"
Thomae.
C Thl notice* shall b* published I. CircuIt ('nn... "'.,"..r.1 County SHERBET

: I f)prMMIna TH-:;TRAVELERS. H.rtfor Have hunted high and low but once week each In the week Bradford. for four County connncittlv. Tele. W.Klorlilni O.. I.el In.er.('hnn.Plaintiff....,.. V*. Sylvia S. By: Myrtle CJerk T. Deaver of the Circuit Iieputv Court Clerk, there's|, a Borden dealer! neaiUlUlt :

----- dill can't find the hatchet Not >raph.Dated. 1..1....., Defendant.. 7:1: u 717; I te HOMIMAKI HARMONICS _*..YMB. M...., Wed, frt. 4i,,111.
too upset about it. though. for we thl* Iftth day of July 1951. Case No. J534
have (OFFICIAL 8BAL) A. :J. Thomas Notlen. To Appear
a pretty good record of putting Clerk of the Circuit Court 'ro: Sylvia 1'1. Leliier whose reel..
! tools back where they belongand Py Myrtle T. I'Ieav.r Deputy. Clerk denc.'ist. I 1245 Madison Avenue. New The
York City Uxy J Ranch'* 1950 Ford
2D. New York.
shows I the hatchet la (the flrat tool 720| 4t SIlO You are hereby. notified that a :r-3 Expreis with POWER

I barely wear lost since we've been farming. NOTICM tile for Divorce baa been filed III ,PILOT wu one of more than t t5niilhionntile
Of Pe.ei'di..g. Kor Ta* Ct...lna Of against you In the above named. 5,000 Fords in the nationwide
! A Street Court and cat,.. and you are required -
:.
The deep-f ee' la now provingto T. WaoM It Mar Convent. to serve a copy of your answer Ford. Truck "a

be a real blessing Last sum You will take notice that the or pleading to the complainton Economy .:Bun.Oearge ,
: -w oard of County Commissioners of the rintntlffx Attorney.. Roth-
J4 mer we had practically nothing leadford County Florida upon the stain Warren, SOU Smith Bulldln, ,
', fresh to eat in the way of vegetables petition. of qualifIed land owner*.. sit p 1]. Forxytn. Street. Jacksonville, _,, :-Th
will 11:00 Florida and file the orIginal
at : A. M. O'clock on the In the e
but now we have beans IIh day of Aufu A. D. 1951, at Its office of the Clerk of the Circuit 7ie )7%
broccoli spinach, berries, corn Office In the County Court HOUII Court on or before the llth day of ;
i
In Stark, tfradfnrd County, FlorU Ausrufft. 1951 : otherwise. the allegation -
: lima beans, etc., to choose from. da. c.n.lder anil determln. whether. of sail Complaint will bfi
itmi And make believe they aren't good nr not the County will vacate, aban.' taken an rnnfexfted. by you.
41' teW: eating I don dlNContlaue anil close, the hor- This notice xhall be published.
insltsm' described treet, and once each week for four conaecu-
: whether or not the County will re. tire week In the Ilradford County
Took the flounce .and dlxclalm. any right of Telearaph.Dated.' .
i time and trouble to I
the this nth day"of July
County and public In and toany 1951.
rescue a row of eggplant which land or Intereat thereIn MltuaU! (OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thomas.
the weed had taken over. Cut .d In Ilradford County Florida to. Cleric of the Circuit Court. ,
: .
\ wit Ry Myrtle T. Deavr Deputy Clerk.
out many of the weeds with the "Pin. Street" In ]1]. W. Haye* 7113) 4t '4,3
"lazy Dan" and then hoed them Pub DivIsion In ...tlnn. 31 %. '
91. Township I South Kunire 23
applied a handful of fertilizer (plusa Kaet. Said. Sub Division Recorded Dr.Seymour .

! pinch of Nitrate of Soda)I. spray. In Plat I. pave 4), Public
fleoord of Bradford County R. MarcoOPTOMETRIST
I '\ ATLAS Grip-Safe tires are ed with a poison and now the Florida..

t I \ '\ '\ bears for mileage! You go far. planta are taking on a new life. This The July Doard ind. 1951.of County Commlealoner -

4 I IAS a nil safely. on the wide flat. S e aBut County .Florida* of Bradford Eyes Examined

I 4) b rugged tread. Hundreds of nonskid we can't even get okra tc iry: :M. 0 flarrell. I Gtaxtet Fitted
; 1 grow. Planted a row of it, and Chairman. ,

I % edges to grip the road! only a few seeds: sprouted. Guess __ 718[ Et 1,1:, I 121 W. Call St.
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i'rill" bonertJ bYflit' we don't live right! T4OTWBIO APPRIHa Ph. 210 Starke Fla.
warranty
rirrult Cn". .'. B....'.... {'nisuty.
I \ \\ \ 38,000 MM Jetlert. front 'toiulto e a plorllal In ( haneerv. ,'I "
\
\ Have a good electric lantern tc A nlr.laIott..lne \Vatrou. VI.ilnrr. -

11/li/ \\ \ \ t coaslt use around here at night now. It endant. v*. Harold Bank Can\VAtrjp.:So S..JJotlee J RanchBa Stephens?.: "The of the low Lazy cost My ranch I 'workhorse'runs

lull Come in! Sell yourself on today's was in our camping equipment up Too App.... my Ford Truck showed lj the I .

tire value! In Canada-had a friend forwardit enldeno) 0. HarnM and l"antt adilrena Watroiv. I I.: ,SOU whore\V. i Economy Run "
!
I II great to us and now we can go out at 1th Street New York 'Ity. New Let Us Thoroughly I from fo regular S; = for only 22/s miWI

I I night anti see what were lookingfor. York. my a
You are hereby notified -
that a toraUh. oo isquss-
The lantern la supposed to suit for Divorce, cumodr and con. Wash Your Clothes

throw a thousand foot beam of trot of minor child bee been.
,
flied agaInst the ahoy.named .
light. Court a.r..aJ:* and s "oundsFor
you Sr.reo''r.d *
C S e to ...rv. .. "JOV of vr Ranch owner George Stephens proved for tenance and repairs was exactly 1 $1:3.51::

Planted a few radishes on an old -- 40c! himself .IN |the big Economy Run |just : about a $20 bill each month onlY

compost heap covered the spot how little H cotlt to run his Ford Truth "
FREE Bleach If Desired! 2" cents a mile!
Announcing
with mulch and will water it regularity. A".. "The Laxy J-. Ford car-
If those radishes don'tgrow Temple Stark. .wood In Express did itself The Ford Truck. POWER pjL0
the
Ford Truck owb1
ESTABLISHMENT
well have to give up. Economy Run, bureUon-lgnition system U one
,
I I C. e 0 the M7u Stephen "Daily record kept during Ford Truck coat: to littVe to run, "> ranch

Had a letter from Mrs. M: D. CRUMP entire ail months show that our Ford work or any work.The rowW # f'"

of Sanford (who .wishes us to withhold We Win Truck na trp a total of 8,109 m ee. My you the moat from the ka8l' fJ'o
ENGINEERING Q ;power
her name) telling that out-Ql-pocUt iI
u expense tat oil ba'
fan main rd
In the low-price field only FoFORD.
raising broilers might be more Dry Your Clothes
& CONST. CORP.
Service You Can Low-Cost profitable Than cows hogs, corn.

Depemf Onf -- ,,{ berries etc. She may be right For 20c

.;. wT"spoIt.tlo and we both thank her for her good 1032 Htndrkka Ave. TRUCKING COSTS lESS

wl bu. !. New Automatic Orient ,.

L. B. (RED) ALVAREZ S S Jacksonville},.Florida .
SERVICE STATION 'n. FORD ntacxsi
Temple Are Call Sta, Starka Skunky our male cat :who i I.I 0 ION&IR 1ANDhWS'M

often mistaken for a polecat. Is a I *"..! .IMU
*
I. a** ** *aaa*>l.aBB Soil. ?
F. F.'d
DINK1NS' SERVICE STATION Registered

Trrople Av*. *: Pratt Sfc, Starke lazy the feline good-for-nothing family. 11.specimen sits around of:i LAND SURVEYORSand The Washeteria 'R )iPAN'

HARRY H. HOUSTON'S SERVICE STATION waiting until Scarey, !the mother CIVIL ENGINEERS' Phone 118 S

rh.8s Starke cat, comes back with a tasty mouse -_-- __J_ STARKE, FLORIDA Madia & Adams

for her kitten, and then steals It.

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1931 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SKVBir! '

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At The Tabernacle ing the home where the Whiteheads Jacksonville were Sunday evening Rivers.. ,|I burndal!<>
I formerly lived. I visitors. of Mr. and Mrs. W O. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews had Mr and Mr> J. Q. Godwin had

,. I The Vacation Bible School at LAWTEYL. Rev. E. C. Darvllle. pastor of StrlngfellowiMr :as their dinner guests at noon as their guests last weekend Mr.
s the Tabernacle came to a close the Church of God, announces thata and Mrs. R. W. Brannen 'Saturday Mr and Mrs. (3. P. Par- i, and Mrs. Garland Godwin and I
; 'imm.i iah { Friday afternoon after a week of II. Futrh revival meeting is being con- were In Washington. D. C. last
+ rich and Mrs. Iva Melton of Au- their baby son Bob of Palatka.
WM o .t y varied activities under. the able ---- -------"- ducted at the church with the Rev. week on their vacation, viewing I
direction of Miss Edna John Sursey of Mlddleburg the
Noegel. Mrs. L. H. Futch who Is attend- as many points of interest en routeto
Following the closing guest speaker. The Rev. Mr. Dar. .
exercises refreshments the Capitol.Mr.
ing Summer School at Florida
were served under the Southern College, Lakeland, spent vllle has recently been called as and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell I SERVICE
Church I Methodist Church"A trees in Pettingill Park, adjoining last weekend here at her home. the pastor of the church. He were guests of Mrs. J, B. Caldwell flJRE\ STORE
the Tabernacle. moved here with his family from
I Mrs Q. W. Roberts was calledto In Ocala. Saturday.Mr. .
extended to all Sense of What la: Vital" Is" Arcadia. PHONE 189
h thin| (? Spiritual refreshment was en- Deland last week to be with her of
IlIlarly, attend churchanconciitioned the subject of the sermon to be I, toyed over the weekend with theI father who Is I1L Mr. Will Edwards was visiting and Mr. Vance Geiger State Roads 100 & 200 Starke, Fla. 1\
Jacksonville of Mr. \
First preached by the Rev. Thomas Q. In Jacksonville last Saturday. were guests ,
M'a
church I, Mitchell, pastor of the First I messages brought by Walter The S. H. Thompson family hada Mrs. Lola Miss Eliza and Mr. J. M. Bradley Saturday.
Wyrlck.
Starke your Montgomery of Bob Jones: University. family reunion and OPEN I 5 A.M. TILL 11 P.M.
, Methodist Church, of Starke, Birthday Mr and Mrs. Emory Townsendand
hot summer, on He beth Terry, and Mrs. Pearl Camp-
there was accompanied to dinner for .
4q ng to relax and bat Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Stark. by Grover Mr. Thompson" at the belle are attending the School their sons, Warren and Tucker
treat 1 i I Oaburne. another home of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur
services. No Special music will be furnished Lunch Room Worker Conferenceand of Ocala spent the past weekend -
all ,(I student, who led the singing Pearce last Pure Tires Tubes Batteriesand
.r to loolc Iby the Senior Choir under the Sunday. Workshop at Camp O'Leno with Mr. and Mrs. Dave ,
necessary Clarence Melton and Mn. V.
a group R. Reddish la Improvingafter
Thornton. :
direction of Mrs. E.
K.
evening aa, Perryman. this week.
h'a for a cool '. from Gainesville will have chargeof a short illness. Mrs. J. Q. Accessories
are always'"infertile. Church School begins at 9:43: Mr. Kate Sellers Is visiting her Rev and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd
services the ,
rr I Youth for Christ Godwin of the
meetingthis State Farm is visit-
I. every Sunday morning. The Sen- brother Mr. Smith in Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. Martin Orlner ,
Saturday. There will be several Ing her mother.
irArolng' the Pace ior and Intermediate Methodist 'I this week. and Miss Faye Reinau in Orlando
lay, band numbers and other Among those the funeral Let Us SiL-I-K
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s attending EN
the eleven o'clock Youth Fellowships meet each Sun-, special Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillipsof last weekend. Their trip to the your car
e I features. of Mr. D. J. at Ther-
111 ',hip will be "Love DI- day evening at 7 p.in. for their, The next I essa last Sunday Phillips were the O. J. Tampa are visiting the O. J. central part of the state at that by the New Silicone Process. The New
choir will bring program and discussion meetings.I special meeting at the Phillips family here this week. time was occasioned by Rev. Shep-
., adult (Following the church Tabernacle will be the coming of Phillips family, Mrs. H. B. AIwood Way to Lasting Car Beauty. $7.50
with Mrs. Mona Calist. -(|I evening serv- Mbts Gladys Kemp who has herd's making several addresses including
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II' Mrs. J. P. Miss
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the
Sunday evening|[ice the young people enjoy a "Fel i I Gospel Quintette from Toccoa Wyrlck been the guest of her father W P. one before the Adult Classof WATERPROOF Corrigan! Resistant
I Falls Elizabeth Terry, and Mrs. Joyce
Hour" In the recreation,, Institute. Detailed announce.
"' of congregational lowship Kemp for several days returnedto the Orlando First Methodist
}lour | Futch.
'" at 8 o'clock with]building. All young people are I ments will be made later. her home in Savannah, Ga. laat Church. I
I
Ins I I Mrs. O. J. Anders. Mrs. Cora
holr Hinging, the music,cordially invited. Hodges and Mrs. Esther Hicks Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson of,
"/ | I I The Sunday service Is 'Christian Church Miss Ann Moore and Miss. Lou
r ,shed by the pano-or-| evening a were called to Maxvtlle last Fri- I Jacksonville were weekend visitors TRANSFER
Mrs. Morse and Miss ,time for singing' favorite gospel I day because of the death of their/ Edwards are visiting Miss Moore's of Mr. and Mr. R. W. Bran- R.B.ALVAREZ&SON CODs
S' special feature t"lsl,hymns. You are invited to join in You will always enjoy the services brother Robert Parrlsh who was Ulster MI'!!. J. W. Thomas in Hen- STORAGE
of the selecting favorite hymns. Mr. at tbe friendly church In the dersonvllle, North Carolina for nen.Col.
r be the playing i, your killed In an automobile accident.We. ., and Mrs. L. F. Chapman,
t Band. Rev. Mitchell will preach Sunday even- ,heart of town. If you have never several days.
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Rhythm I their many friends, extend Jr. and their eons Fielding, 3rd
will be "Once ing at 8 p.m. on the subject, "The been, plan to attend this Sunday, Rev. 'and Mrs. J. I). Robinson, r
wage sympathy to these families. and Walton! F., of Quant loo, Va. s we opente local
and with renewed pastor of the First Baptist Church ALwitiE2 65011 fr
Grace of God. go away
' Saved! spirit. e
..r aye I I' Mrs. T. W. Schuli: Is spending, here are spending their leave with/ Mr. longanywhere
at 9:45n : Prayer Meeting Is held on Bible School begins at 10 a. m. her are 'spending their vacationIn Mrs. L. F. d l.d
School meets we.I-1('under vacation with friends In Bur North Carolina.STATE and Chapman. Duringthe ;w MOTlINO .r .4 V. S.
m and officers to care nesday evenings at 7:30: p.m. the capable leadership of IIngton. New Jersey. She expect. past week Col. and Mrs. '
4 ,re than 300 regular at- Bible Study is based on the favor C. E. Colson, superintendent. to be gone for several weeks. She man and their sons visited cllap-I' S
raining Unions meet atunions ite chapters of the Bible. Classes for all age groups. Sunday, plans to attend her niece's wedding Mrs. Robert S. Chapman tfi EXCELLENT8TORAGK!:
'b for training all School will be cut shqrt and! the: at Spring Valley, New Yorkon Is ado.. _
t &unh membership Lord's Supper will be served Immediately July 29. FARMBy
St. Mark's Episcopal I On separate occasions during the ,
e service Is held each without any intermission The Vacation Bible School at Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld past week Mrs. C. D. Sellers. and k FACILITIESAgents
7:43: with the Pastor Fri., July 27: Litany, Meditation ,, following so that everyonemay the Methodist Church closed last her daughters, Patricia and Emma For "
r he message/ from the and Intercessions.__ j go to the Bradford County Friday evening with a suitable Lou and their !guests Mrs. A. F _
l Sun., July 29: 10th Sunday after Convention to be held at Hampton program.Mr. Jimmie Malone of Starke spent Thornton and Sarah Rivers of Au- DELCIIERBROS. '

uI ill I Invitation Is extend- Trinity: 9:43: : Sunday School.I Christian Church. There will not and Mrs. C. R. Whiteh ad Sunday and Monday with Hilly t hurndale and Patricia went with A: See us first!
.I i worship at all the aerv-'11:00: Morning! Prayer and Sermon' be any morning message. have moved Into their new homeon North I them to resume her vacation visit rwwn au y
I First Baptist of StarUe. by W W, Phillips. ;, Evening Services begin at T p U. S. Highway 301 and Mr. and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Markley an.tth..lr with her grandmother, Mrs. Emma
m. with Christian Endeavor. Mrs. A. A. Cook are now occupy children, Martto and Mike, of I .
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How Much Is Youri Chapter of Romans. Bring along I .

4.4 your Bibles.--Homer Swindall, Minister. IMPiiTARUNG 5-
Soul Worth? i. f f 't Rightto

Will be the Topic of the Pastor's. I Presbyterian Church

!L: Sermon Hear the AnswerCome:. I Sermon topic for Sunday, July I Friday Saturday To Limit

29: "Justification by Faith". '
ST BAPTIST CHURCH
Hampton i
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Friend. I 27 28
HOB GRAY Pastor July QuantitiesSOAP
i ship Class 10 a.m. Youth Fellow : I

Bible School 10 A.M B.T.U. 7 P.M. ship 7 p.m.Prayer .. .., .. I r..,." ,.... ,...., .. 'I' ,
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['BE ONE: OF 150 IN OUR BIBLE SCHOOL Meeting each Wednesday .

8 p.m. I

The annual Sunday School piG;- I
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at the Yarbray home (manse) on, : Maxwell House Lb.

ST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeKev. Cherry St. : T Fishe 29CunaStarkist I

St. Edward's CatholicRev. u'I I
Lewis D. Haines Pastor Coffee
Francis J. Dunleavy, pas 7ge I
Jf(frlllin & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town tor Each

PHONES: : Office 234 Pastorium: 130 Sunddy Mia. nt 9:19: : a: m. .
.. .. .. Weekly Mass at 8: a, m. ,
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Confession" Saturday 0:00: to '-- -
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8:00: P. land 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. M 'Ir ...C/IIi/ '

lay School 9:15 A.M: Training Unions 6:45:. P.M.: Children's Catechism Classes,
Saturday 10:00: a m. Palmolive 3 for 25c TURNIPS No. 2
ID.WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7t43 P.M.ndav : : Adult Religious Instruction cans lOc

r r courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P M., -
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ONCE: SAVED ALWAYS SAVEDT .

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| TIlE CHURCH r WITH THE r r VISITING r PASTORGUARANTEED r Church Oth of and ChristCorner McMahun I: I 6 Bottle carton Plus deposit -c Lb.GoldenRipe .

Bible School/ 10 A. M. I I
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P. M. Coca Cola l9cI
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I each Wednesdiy 7:30 P. M. I c. n39jAPPLE.

Everyone welcome. !
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PLEASE I I Sunday School 10 a.m. 11 : j .,SAUCE 2 for 25c
Sunday lIomlngVor hlp a.m I, .
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.mY. ,i **POigfrj0nig tfTaigg en I
P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m -

I I Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m : Arm & Hammer Per. I

|nditionedIK i Pkg. 'i; 3 Lbse

A, PENTECOSTAL: IIOLI.VESS:" I

lout St. and Temple Ave. I
r Sunday School 9.43: a. m.: Morn- r SODA.4e Bananas
ttg'Worshlp! 11 a. m.: Evangelistic
Service 7:00: p. m. Everyoneweicom 25cIS
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,, I I There will be a preaching service : i BLEACH '33' Qt. I3c ALT! flat 3 boxes !
,i Y i Friday night. Everyone In and lOy I
w I around Theresaa plan to attend --
Mr. Swtndall will bring the Mes I
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AT NO i I AT CEMKTEBV: IIEIHN:: CHt'RCH WORKI.VO 'I II; : Pint I Frozen Fillet Lb. J Jj JjI I II II !I

EXTRA COST will be cemetery workIng I II I
There a

/,/ :day at August Dedin 18.Cemetery Everyone on Thurs Inter- i AlcohollOe ; Perch 2ge I I:: I

\ ested Is urged to come and bring ,

\ f.aa. UdJ necessary! t"ofS l for this work. i, I

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I. SPRAYER 'IIt'RO' OF JESUS CHRIST

I.. mo,h....ooli',*. p IMproy.n I OF I-VTTFJ D\V \IXTS I -.. ....*--Kl ft Ul> WLrW ... 1
.rd (wlliMd' i Masonic Temple, Call Street. '

:OMPLETE t tlt t .M I ; morning Sunday; _10 School a. m. Sacrament every Sunday Services : PORK-BEANS, I lb. can 9c (COOL AID 3 f for lOc I

195USE 8:30: p. m. A cordial Invitation I

ith i 8 attachments Li extended to all. -.. n iifmnjUMBn Ujna i a -


HANDY COUPON. CHfRClI HVMPTOV CHRISTIAN : 2 Pints ; > BABY"LIMA OR GREAT NORTHERN LU. j
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ACME CASH FULL Churches Convention of Bradford of the, County Christian at I ;..... :

4es' 1t. .' I I I PRICE the July Hampton 29. Christian Church Ice Cream 37cKrinkles BEANS loe

0..11. I SU I __ 10 a.m. Bible School. I
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Vacuum Stores Inc. *, Child ress. ; t ti

I lint '1"1Joo Mile Communion.
rested la a FREE home demoMtntloa of Lunch. -
Basket -
: 12 Noon
1:1..truluJI \'acauDICJ er for 12-95 at no ofcll.atlo' to -I\ 2 p.rn. Song: and Prayer i i

MOM' I: Thomu 2:30: / p.m. Sermon. Bro. Jake ,: good sweet Cereal, ea. 14c GrapeFruit; Juice, No..2 10c.JUL I

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BRADFORD COCVITf nOLECBAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA _ _
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--_ _ _ I siphon attachment' will be adJei i of the way the well mK
To See
; LUCKY GUYS Cattlemen which will\ speed drainage by a- i function, successfully. He has I i.

ROTARIANS TOLD TUKTRK OBITUARIES 1 Banff's Disease Movie bout four times. The well Itself If crop after crop en his farm b

9'\' HY ONE WHO IS QUALIFIED TO SPEAK Keystone Heights!! costing $8 per foot and the siphon cause of the water hazard.

I The main feature of the Cattle- will cost an additional $300 if It "Right now," he said, "I'n -<

t An attractive tltlnn-halrcd girl I Mm Carter 'dHHcrlhed: the eJI' Kills II. demons By Mr.. Sara. D. McDonall rnen'* meeting tonight (Friday) Is finally added. planting most of my land in pat W h I j II.

with a bogulllng accent and an taMlnhment of the Czechoglovak- I will be a colored movie on Brucel- C. D. Schenck a well driller ture because I can't run the risk p., ., IlE &itIb .

admirable command of the English i i 'Ian republic with a constitution PJHIs H. demons. 64, died Monday I bus (Bang1 disease) together for many year and foreman ofthe of losing all my winter crops a. ?m

\ language stood before the l>>itemed after that of the U. S. at his home In Palmettf Benefit. Party SucmuThe with a discussion by a USDV Vet- dfllling' here says that he has gain. "Even then the water will IOlV iikel3 th,

Rotary club WediiemUy and told. | The new republic was made up of night he had lived since moving I dessert card party given by I erlnarian.. The meeting will beginI aunk a number of wells of this probably stay up here long enoughto gui )logla tht
where '
It* member what lucky ffuy they I many different .nationalities h In the United i ever and was..difficult to weld inI last Saturday was 1 all cattlemen that better off In the '
were to be living I! retired building contractor. 'Court House and failed to work. He explained any. long run.
State of America.She I I to a unified whole falling an was Mr.a Clemens was a native of enjoyable affair despite. the weath lawn 1: large and small are Invited to at the water level will' ultimately determine W. B. Jordan another resident In the men,
that
I know. until a easy prey to Hitler' legion er. Table were set on the \ ia 'Lfl
ahould Up how successful this
I Bradford County and was a memo tend. just and former 'farmer in that area
the Czechtlost beside the lake and guest were I minds
After the Nazi came ofthousande
" Hula more than two yearn ago her of the New Hope Baptist Ice cake and ""I one will be.Home said he was In Orlando when I
J freedom/of and served with. cream
f IIhe didn't. until the time *he their speech Gave tt
Up Farmi-rs Up dti
real estate firm lowered
American soldier many other liberties, and there ChUrch- iced tea. The company had just "Will The Sampson a lake' crops in;
married an the water from
daugh. In order to get
jl of beef. was Inefficient" food and cloth. I Survivors Include two settled down comfortably over there by two feet with such a I work
he'd never eaten a piece and Mr the l lake to the well a ditch will '. "
l tars, Mr. Lloyd Albert cards when wind, rain and thunder well. 'Sure I think it'll work he I All

, teak. Up liberated until the after time World her country War Ing.Mr. Carter said It "seemed H. C. William, both of Bradenton; drove them indoor There : Test Well Work? be dug from a "doodle hole" in said. He used to' (arm his land I Fanner of lit

waa what like Heaven' when after the a brother, Dr. W. H. demon were two door prize a* well a* the lake to the well on the shore but after three successive drown. and
aho had almost forgotten I
II Miami and five sisters Mr*. I first The "doodle hole" la an unusually ing outs he just gave and I
liberated she wont prize for each table. The up huipe "
be able to read country wa el!
I, It anything waa like except to dictator-Inspired to work for the American Red Klnsey. Avon Park: Mr*. A'I'A'I'O. door prize a permanent wave at (Continued from, page 1)) deep spot In the lake about 100 went to work for the City
Baldwin, Mrs. O. feet from the drilling site.
C. Saucer, won Landowner Gives Consent
beauty
Keystone parlor was
propaganda. or to express an opinIon Cross and could eat all the dough. How It All Started
I contrary to the government.The nut she wanted. Mills, Wauchula Mr. Coy by Mr. Shaughenneay and the' The farmers east of Starke say In the meanwhile those who Hogan Smith, one of the land.

speaker was Mr*. Ray:, "American' men are also much Palmetto and Mr. J. R. Quarles second an electric fan, wa won the trouble started a decade age have most to fear and dread from owners who had protested the Canal W.c

Carter native of Czechoalovakla'! more considerate In the treatment I M lam I. held at by Mr*. Llndsey Walker. The proceed when a drainage ditch was dug the fall hurricane flood condition | widening several years ago ,

and wife of a World War II captain : of their female office help than Funeral services. were in of the party went to the through their section to drain the are anxiously awaiting results told the Telegraph Monday that .

I In the U. S. Army. Mr*. Carter are European," she aald. 11 o'clock Wednesday \morning Church building fund. new Camp Blandlng road. Several and hoping against. hope that the he has now given the county permission ( 1.'OIlOL tI'l\\

la currently employed la the When asked whether now thai the New Hope Baptist officia I>r. Neal Resigns Church landowners however requestedthat test, Is successful. to widen the ditch I ANTITIES PEt

Agricultural Extenalon Division of I I she la an American citizen the with Rev. Chester Moody In the church The congregation of the Community completion of the ditch be Farmer Moore la one of the through his land since a meaaa of JIIM.EM07"KLKCOXTEOU(; : A.'
Interment was
ting. :
the UnlverBltjr of Florida", where Intend to become a Republican or under the direction of Church heard with regreton halted until they had a chance to most Interested but he doesn't taking the water on .off has been!I

her husband a native of A palachlcola a Democrat Mrs. Carter amlle I cemetery Jones. I IJuried Sunday' morning Dr. Neat's remove their timber. This left onlya seem too hopeful although he admits found. He said that prior to this (liltItOglUt
DeWitt C.
.. wa working on his I and says "My only interest right announcement that ie had tendered four foot ditch for part of the that If a suitable outlet U the water would have flooded him'

mailer' degree. now I III trying to, become a good his resignation effective the way to carry the westward. flow found and the rubbish l Is kept out out worse If the ditch had been

In a quiet unaffected manner enough citizen to be worthy of / J. Phillips first of September. Dr. Neal said I ing water on Into Rowell Lake

Mra. Carter this wonderful country." When that he had done so.wiUi a great reached .
sincerity
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told her atory to an attentive' you top to consider .what she haa Darled J. Phillips, 64, a lifelong deal of regret and not because he I the four-foot bottleneck it began I .-WIII -

I audience that hung on every word been through In her lifetime, you resident of Theressa died at his wanted to but because he felt it backing up on the 'farmers east

a. If hearing for the firm time know she meana it. home there rlday afternoon July was his duty. He bas been called ) of Starke damaging or completely 'I

the wonderful story of freedom The speaker wa introduced by 20 following a heart attack. to another field. He haa done a their
destroying crops.
from one who haa known the low T. H. SlaoV, who had charge of lie was born at Theressa on great deal for the church In the the landowners started :
But when
I of it. I the program for the day. I Sept. 10, 1887 the aon of the late brief time he baa served U and he a drive to have the ditch and SALE DAYatBarksdalei

James and Mary Zelgler Phillips.He will be greatly mlaaed not only by
..-w... ."._.. ... ... ",.,,_ --, _" '.f:: \.' llil. ,...... ,,11._ i was a member of New HopeBaptist the congregratlon but by the community Alligator Creek widened the entire
Rowell Lake they
\ Church at Theressa a* a whole. The family distance to
IIi iJID.rn 1 block. The owners
met a stumbling
Mr. Phillips farmed most of his will not be gone entirely from Keystone In the
of vast timber acreages
In recent
life until his retirement as they hav! a home on Lake
Rowell-Sampson Lake area objected
FOIl HAt.KJlr.x.m mmlornlxxlhomo Full M"I.I'.1.1'r..'" 'HI Colloy ril. year Geneva and will be back occasion hurried
with "pi.,an Ir.-"" nlmiilniithe Lowly in-trim tr*..H. H room. fratiiHhoUHtt. Surviving are three daughters to having the water '
.' .. AHC| cement .Mtirkiitttiiiliy ally.A down them unless the canal
holmeIml lawn nil dny Mix Hazel Phillips, Htarke; Miss. Dr. Carl upon
nit"..* *.i,M *"|'''''"Ioolv. 100110. hojiNt101. ",,' rIu'I I y anilpiitiii I supply minister from on to Santa Fe"
AiMeaire." '''1'1'' nnd IttilMlnir lots I' AIMI> I CerN, 4 room hung... F.llzubi-th Phillips Gainesville; Michael of Cleveland will fill Uii Sampson
for null, ....I".nt.v| I N.'iillown. Klfi-trli y ii nut. Well OwnerIritnitferrtil and l Mr*. Mildred Thornton Great the month of River was likewise widened and
pulpit during
Mix' l.uclnu M \\ von 1I.k.II. i'rlued for quirk sle.II cleared to take the surplus off
Apt* MrnoilNlile" Itanch. Pew.enr \VIMInmn. lit. .1, JInx 94. Mills Md.; one son D. J. Phillip, August. I
U.u.l. 'Kat HlnrkiFoil rIl<1s'r: l.iikn I Cliv II"tWANTKIi Jr. Theresaa stepson Arthur quicker from the Sampson swamp
a
; A Frutex Plastic Party will be
..r.n>in rnltii4-i, >. "n.ol..rnls..l, fur I
hlnheil. 'litrw.. Inwn AdnltM. AildrnNH ;[ MoHHflmeplnir Job.'II'r Mllllgnn Ocala; and one slater, held on Monday July 30! at the Uro..kerlt"11traltl
a* Ithnv" tf )\'' with yoiinic nui. L.IV. In. Mrs. Alice Jones Theressa. | home of Mrs. Morgan for the benefit This proposal. In turn brought
14,,11I11 I I niifury.' mom and tionrd.Vvlln quick protest from farmefs In
it tiii... IIF-I' IU PIt \ llox 411-11, '..r. Teleicruph. Funeral services were held In of the Woman's Club.
til Millie* til .....'..1. "Hliirln-, Itp the New Hope Baptist Church Sun- 1'r"81. the Brooker section. It wouldn't dc See Our B -1 I.- G All Summer 1Ladies'
Savings On
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MenNimnMe flit. *'rlirire. i. "".',riiHini- :itnnrnnlpr! liNI.V rimHti'who want the tiottrrlithH da f afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Willfams to speed the water down on channel them e

,..:I W. I nil 5.. m..rl.e I'll. ::1:1"WEr'tlINO : I'l-epur, now. 11 Ifoni nttiriy. Rev. Fred Dodd and Rev. Merle left on Tuesday for Shreveport, they said unless the river
ItiiMlneNN tritlnlnic Contplftt. .nnrilarlHl itself could be to take It
duepened
AND BIRTHDAY CAKK3II anil Junior nrrotintftnt.nipl'tinn Packham officiating. Interment La. They will return the last ot their Dresses & Sun Suits one-third!

tip. Oril.irf* I..kon al Iinhnier 1 iilneeinent Write J. ItAm" :. was In the church cemetery under the week bringing with them away quicker otherwise '
flirt' Hlioppe" Phnnn u- r tff .,'n. il"l Htiirke" Fin Itp the direction of DeWitt C. Jones. I I their daughter Mrs. E. A. Tim- farms would be flooded.

I.Nil 10 H NIOWINil I Mnehln ('""ui- .\Ill' I I.KHHONd PAU.Y I II"..nnon..1 A
puny iMki' l-llv.. Kin., !'"..na NHII, dot' f'Mt or liotne.. Hall Clyde Hall, Ernest Trlest, and TImmle. Mr*. Tlmmlns willI someone came up with the Idea
will ripiiir' .iir machine In Mt imlnturl. Ill) nil .
Nip (Mimtlthin.. reH""nnl Ila l WeUN .111... :Mrs (Civil HiifntMlxr, neat Roy Tyre Leslie Chllds, and WlllU I I I be with her p 'renla while her husband of letting the water off through "

only ",."lIlnn Slnicer part door l<> Xlunilitrd till hulk ,pIn' nt. Swindell I Capt. E. A. Tlnimin Is In underground channels which Children's Shorts from 39c
l nr nervtee Mint will plrlt up I NIK.1 lip
il..llvi.rv *....vl,.* tipon rmmem I England where he will be stationed ought to please everyonewiththe
Now Hluia.'r machine are avail. w.N1'Il-WIne nnd tOur tender between Mrs. Elizabeth : for possible exception of the State
.aMt. on rt'ifoMiihlt. term* 2ft nnd 110 :u..1. <1 110, Morgan some time.
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CAt.VIOM olil'K''K Mniilh HAT.K,, -on 10 IIMII1M.vIIle Any to ICWMIN tfOIOUKII Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan widow visitors In town this week. Theywere of course ttf let the surface water

liltrhwnv I., 1.111",10 C'liy. turn. .' : ;: HKI..H. -Man and woman of the late John A. Morgan diedat I' guests of Mr. and Mr*. Ellis flow Into and contaminate the
loft Kuci left '11401111 i lit fIrst run a.V for nmlntotmnet work. New the home of niece Mr*. Leon I I source of supply for any city or
< lnirl.FIgI't KlniMlv' IN.,...". tfKlill a R. A. Week 1 la much ImproveJ lace-trimmed half Slips from 8
<< t.,. TlaT I Dlcamllo, Wednesday afternoon I and has returned from the hospi town. qMen's
trailer with I I
wheej
SAI.M---Two '
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.,... following a long Illness. She wasa tal. At long last the all-clear Rlgna'was
*M '.it. FKAMH HTORKfor : 1"1'1I.0IS") .k ruck C. V. InKlerlKht,
.. .. Htnrke 1KWANTKD member of the Missionary Baptist received from the Health
"al tIns |4 I L Itol.niuuuuuiII Picnic Rained Out Cool Summer Pants 4.95Men's
Hampton VIa\ tip, VII' Church.
-A ride to Ohkairo" The picnic planned by the Community Board and the Bradford County I
Northern. Indian. ** or. uhlo nhoutAilir Surviving Is brother. Jimmy to start I II
\%'ANTJr.'> TO BI'Y r'AIIIOO one Church Women for last! Commissioners were free
a're'. OliVe or I-.M. on luir.l rc.n.l I UK by Mm. Yminir.. 114 WM'lrtlKon Higglnbotham of St. Augustine contractors for !
tirlnltv' "'",'k.. ,)r 1.I..y. r W. c.r 111 Library In afternonn. Thursday was rained out. It was l I negotiating with Summer Shirts from 1.59perform
Qnlnii. 5114 ColluK* 1 41.. Jaehmtii Up and several nieces and nephews planned for the Beach Park and I'!'a test well. Funds for this purpose I

vUli- 411 '10lAlXT. .I KOW 1IKNT.-lloomy ...mrnrtnh".1 I Funeral service were held In since .there are no facilities there! were budgeted in 1949,_ but other :

"TIt"vtr.n> or aimrlnient N.wlv.le..rat..1 the Pentecostal. Holiness Church for eating in the It wail emergencies arose and the drain-
oiilnroil. heifer. wt. ) mnn.nt tenitntM preferred.. !, P"'j: l In Starke at 2 o'clock Thursday pavlllion. ,
I vr ntil' Market)t4TOI.r.S-.lorht/. / M I....... 411'( N Wnlmtf, ,>. of necessity called off Some small) age well money wall used else
afternoon July ID, with Rev.
upper; an l II uul..r, together and had fried where.
Ni.tirv i i iiarnM. I Irl p'ort H t.K-Hlrawberrv. runner bv Coralra officiating. group got
..'...". itp TiT| the bed Flneet Mlnelonarv ,.Inta.j chicken potato salad etc. In their Contract Finally It Se tfe
mIles of Htarke Interment followed In Beulah amzkig
T tjinil. 1 Honlh :
homes. One and
own group prob- For a time it seemed as if the
FOR HAt.ll-fiance two mnr? house) on Hlwhwirv 100. Address Route Cemetery near Camp Blending
ntAlnltiar three. apartment, nnInrffA 1, II,." T" 1 Hlnrke' Fin 1tnW ably more enjoyed a game of ca- project was to be forgotten but
unilcf the direction of DeWitt C
ct,rnir lot iiltunl behind I IKlrnt I nasta. No plans have been made
at Interest revived and at
Will' length
l""nptl.t Phun-h I NTKrt-AVOUK hv day or Jones.
$<1.0110 i A. J. Thomas, Jr. "" keen boiiHe for. wlilower' hv week for any future *late for the picnic. their June meeting the Commissioners '
'Intrnttir I4t..rk"1' nr Ion..... :Mr* Ruthann. Kearne.t'FVT BEI1DIXAcrAroir:WASHER
I ...-e- .,_n...I ,'.11..*.... ......".. Un The group will not meet again un: finally awarded the con
\ WIT. ., KPKP rmi.rwKM in mvImniM Mrs. Lillie Norman til October tract to the Libby & Freeman ,
ilnrlnir iiohixil' term Mm' t'. I It."I'*! FOR fUt.K-Apnroxlinntelv of Orlando.
(I. Prl-Kt Htiirk. Zip SIC.rTwn t yard delivered, M e.Mrs. drilling company '
; I ','..nd,,**'!!! for lawn and ehruhH Lillie Elvie Norman 79 CAKU Of TltANK-S Actual work on the project did WHITE '

"Fnltfn FI'flNIMIIPn: .rv Ptinne I4" (flrnT died at her home near Highland not start, however. until a weekor MAGIC
JlQIIIIII: ('i>ttpl" nr roupl nml, I In- To the many friends who '
J '....1 A Dull'" M.'.. I llMrrlnvtint, \M > MAfF_fl room bt.irV 100...*. last week. She ,was a native and *o ago because of previous 'I
W..h'nn' 8t' lip' I ...u. "Icr'.'.. nulnup. n-erIe T sores lifetime resident of Clay Countyand through their generosity and kind commitment of the firm.
.... ,
.u.> Mhwa Three mIles consideration made days In the
Foil I1KNT AilirilHt J' Flirnlnhxlttiiti ......., tt ''ivn ".. wilt, trnde for a member of the Oak Grove and my lessened. the The contract specifies that the Watch us deliberately smear snowy-whit
>oiiii IC I I, *<*nt4il pnr4'h. .nailer nine nn blvhwav, or half Missionary Baptist Church. h""pltal'lIhorter
hath I.lirhlM: h'"I."r: : water 137 ,.,,,*_<> in tnwn Vi-lte three pain of my recent accident I give well shall be drilled no deeper towels with Iodine, jelly hair tonic, molanes.I .
month Near nv factory 611 foI.I !;",:* 411-A. rare Telenraph Stark. I Surviving are sons Eddie my moat grateful Uianks. The I than 330 feet and that all drilling Then examine these same towels as w. '
Church St. lip IIP Lewis and Hershell Norman, all of I
I I Cloy County; two sisters. Mr*. goodness of all will long be remembered shall top when a suitable outlet remove them from the Bendix; a few moments /
{ and I I shall I for the surplus water 1* found nc i
that
hope later. You'll find
Beadle Norman and Mra. Zettle every trace of soil and
Padgett both of never be delinquent in showing II matter what depth. It provide stain has disappeared like It's trlcR
clay County; magic. not a
for a I0-lnrh casing and. in the
I two brothers Charlie that gratitude. Thank again.Elnm .- ..it's

i ELECTRIC SERVICE!:: & SUPPLY Lawtey. and RaCe Manning Manning Jacksonville. ( Bunt) Crews. event it works satisfactorily, aHKSOLlTIOH Bendix washerowneri washday, ore wizardry performing thousands'of in their


Funeral services were held in Pursuant to th. provUlnns' of tf.ctlon 1ST II. Fu>rl. ; CROSLEY a* ainwniled' by Hvctlon 1 of S3K3. Law <>r Florid Acts' of ISIS,
nami f reseat tit: the Highland Missionary Baptist\ notice (Ia hereby given that a hmo h* rtn* shall b' "a'b) the Countytenant
Church with Rev. E. C. Harvey of Public InstructIon of raiiford County. Florid. on Monday.Aucuit WASHES "
*. 19(1, at the hour tf 1*:Oil a m.. In the County Board. m.*tln RINSES
NEW SHELVADORS for 51 officiating. Interment was In the room of th. courthouse at Stark, Florida.: for the purpose. of dl. Highland Cemetery. with th. cltlMnii of th. cnunty the proposed school. bud..t of .a\o1! county -
for the rini'al' year Ixtlnninc July 1, IMS and .ndln" June 30 155$. DRAINS VACUUM-DRYS
which htiilwet IH mimniarlBMil as follow:
I., .. Relief Beyond Belief I.. 'HI IX.K.T ross Til K frOHT **!. "'U"T"*" <( K or C, HOOtS, automatically automatically/
*''TIIIP'rr.u HH *:IKT.
\ _. _ _. A. Federal Mourn.*. 14.10000< SHUTS OFFautomaticalty '
,,, For Stomach SufferersIf M. H(.t. H.inri-.. tit.Oil 00
-- I.'. County $.>uf-. lit,114

..
you have Buffered without relief Total anticipated r. In.'oU 00 '
from "a.h t.Ian-e. be lnnln. of year lot S71 14 it for
Indigestion gas heart- Investments 11.00000 Try

burn and a nervous stomach then $ .-

.-, ,._ _.' you need INNER-TONE miracle Total Available Cash and Currant Ree.ipts SSS,11,54 10 DAYS 229.95 /

working liquid medicine that ---
gets at the of such PR..p.n r.ttpr..nl'rt: :
cause ailment
; I. ftitn..ral i-nnirol ".tT4on FREE!
-- and brings. amazing and quick relief .. ln.tru,-tk,n M4.I41 Convenient Terms

I INNER-TONK I I. made ofNature's 1. <>p.rallon if Plant tl.K1.ta /
4. Malnlenn.'o 14.001 .e

herb plus Iron and the .. ',, >. Auxiliary A....nels U"" '" .. _;'Zi .-.v.--.. t ,.....wfTh -.v..v ._ ..
Important B vitamins. So don't goon I. Fixed ChancoT. 11,100 eo

( suffering! If you feel half dAd!' ... .KvrnlnaAdult'..pll". Outlay, \ Schools' t"$..4 011.84<..

and half alive get INNER-TONE t. t>.bl Berv.,'. !*.1150,00

today at KOCH Drug Store.
Total p""p".d *xp.ndtl.r** '''..111 00
(Adv.) Reserves. Invntm.nt. (4Is5 Palanva Tl..M.14 !\ GIFT

I Total. Proposed Expenditure* and R*..rv*. ? *..,I1M
TEEN TOWN v .. _
for
5 of tfl'
minutes
#
II. lIs'I.t P....,. IM.Irlrt la....... t4 $....1.. r..... your
MOOCt DAC.lCC.p.eIIy TOPICS 1.:1.: '.I .
1J *u It. 4 9,95 l'aoh Balnrs. n.*.lnnln. jif r*.ar S.047.IT BA'
lazes CLOTHES DAMPENING
Assessed .
.iOE LIMIT; ('II.\ OF.n: I ...70e : .

At the last meeting of Teen- S Total Available. Cash A. Current Rclpt CiSC 27S .

WITH "CARE.FREE"AUTOMA Town It wa* decided to change the -- '- ____ $'I
had.
age limit from 8th grade through F'PKM: >ITtPayment":', _%. I You'll rail i it the handiest washday help you've tvrdrop
TIC DEFROSTiNG .. "
12th grade, to 8th grade through. "nnila.Ine' of Roads- ...laT.*"0"8.. I \ the clothes into this big plastic" bag, add wot r <"" i

Ther*'* nothing else like it- 19 year I Interest on Bond LOU 00 .., W you re ready to iron the clothes are dampened even'y a"1!. 'I

the amazing: way the new SMvaJorItobigeAiton I I Tonight <( themnelue 8 o'clock the program will consistof Me..,,. for 'uh balance to be ea"'i" 0... 1.ln IT with ,-
defrost ;. our compliments after you've. seen our WK
completely in 3 to 10 minutttlIM square dancing led by Nina Total Appropriations .Jk R4..'*.* '..U4.trhnu Pu, '. -...
Bishop and ball room dancing .

PAO-StTTIWO DOt ,. There will be Individual teacher I Th. mlllan. l I..x tn t>* |*v4| nn hue tlSI a**..*........t roll Io 'Pr..u_ u
MS COAtING tOM otosuriELECTRIC for those who want to learn to the necessary. ..*...nu.. for. til... buil.*t* far the }
AJ/.
".ul". fIscal yes sr. Two Demonstrations: 11
dance. Ping pong and other Hwolal Ta" Krhool DistrIct No I S mHI\
( ntIflly llener.i School F-ind I mill 31
.
games will be going on duringthe PMilrtina? Ru. ,,.**... Funil Count I mill Tuesday, July
The RullUlnir nu. Hr*. evening. canteen will alao Dipt No. a Interest Hlnkln' ,.U"4 1 mill l'rmiuet Df IIf'n.U linusWINKLER -- -
be open with cold drinks Ol.t. No. M Interest Ulnkln* Fund I mill'* Api'll
gum
.Complete ""'*". of each parac* part of the rhooi bu"** um- or
SERVICE SUPPLYBob candy, and other thing for sale manned, ab....* *r. Gn file*l and see avallabl for public Invpaetton. ar the
offIce ot ll\. County 8up.rlntnd of Public r.unll..11
\ at Mite
.u..t.
Last Friday night was very successful ".. IStarke. riorlita. and wilt List. bo a..ilbU for such public< h. .. ELECTRIC SERVIC
l tn. to.-.th.r with all .""""Ftl ln. tat.mnl an4 l formalf.n.. All ? I
with Nina
Kite Owner Bishop leading! t..t.d .....on.. a <"""r 'OTI Starke Fla. ...."aWP .
and
I tll dl. .
a program of game. The chaperon .n.uing fiscal, year. "scheol ., "...m aed budget foe this couNty fur < 222-224 Temple Ave. P

were Mr and Mr. c. PRAPrORD fOrrVTT' ItOaRD j
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1 Partin. H. P. Mora, Secretary, Star

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