Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1879 '

Area Opener

I Post 56 Juniors dropped the first game of the I VOLUME: SE\' \-TIIREE STARKE,FIX>KII>A, FRIIAVO.. S, 1&31 NUMBER THREE

Jnament Wednesday night before approximately[ --

f.Lduled by U-'"a Bradford score for of Tuesday Park 21. The to night the first Post, but game 9 had Generals of to the be tournament from postponed Jack-, Early Start Is Made On Spring Primary Battleground I II Things 'Perk Up'IIn.Jty 4

muddY J .i infield.'4 fl..t-- run- of, _ _ _ As Three Hats Are Tossed In Ring For Clerk Vacancy ;

femeli"thVtop. of the secEi he slapped out a triple and a I

Larry Redden, I double In his two official times at I -.--.-- ----.---.---. ___ -- ---------- .- 1p Election
t?. jammed a triple into bat. He walked on his second trip,

and stored on a wild to the plate. The only other local I

''he!, G
SfaiU. This proved to bert '' knocked a "Texa: leaguer"\ Into I II NEW VOTERS MUST business picked up on the City Election front this: week

.1 th. ball game for short-left field In the third Inning I II I' with little more than two weeks left for candidates to make I

e nlbOt Thomas limited the visitors to' REGISTER BEFORE up their minds to qualify before the deadline Tuesday,

!!< >t the second, theiwnr only three hits, one of them Long's August 21*,."... ..

i hack to knot then triple but three errors by hi* I AUGUST llth I Interest soared as competition"

.. L'na. their left field- teammates In the second Inning, loomed In the
('itizen. of Stark reminded mayor's race and
River'sat aero
ed il ,t on Paul an error gave them an unearned run tu tie' than week by City Clerk Square Off AgainInriiiiihent also for the pout of chief of police
it, third on up the game. The Jacksonville Still, without
T \ third Carl' John that Saturday, August opposition are In
,I win\ ants, Starke team gave up two errors but they 't cumbent .city clerk Carl Johns,
11. lit the leadllnn for
f th n stole horn well and allowed I j and
i,and ', to second I were spaced no ,e ; ,. registering. for eligibility to 1I tWO'CCUijn,12' whose. terma
d.n,> scoring. expire Oct. IMiVaul L.
vote In the elec- Bridgesand
Jacksonville September city
>ff a I slat Wm. T. Jacksonilj
pick The Area Tournament was ,
.r. ed to be a three-team affair, with" l!: ?-- Hon.At Jake p. Roberts, one-time*"Wy.
scored ,
nine that limn. vtere will electM
l-ksonvllle the winners of the Third and Fifth or and state representative, pald'j
I the frurth when Long Districts playing a series with the ' _C major, city .clirk rhlrf of the $60.22 qualifying fee
? :- Tuesdayto
{ te( right field and pnllre and two Counollliu-u. Hr.
triple local team for the Area Champion become a candidate for the post
L. second out of Candidate, for election must ,
in the However, the Third District .J ''i
ship. LT- now held by J. R. Wainwright.
L "Buck)' Brockirfford qualify with the city clerk onor
when failed 'to qualify a team and the ? J Wainwright qualified last .
Jack Cars- Friday.Voters
out to I ; brforv AIlIe"l In orderto
will b& determined -
Area Championship J'a .
are anticipating a -
| their
ret base by a beat two games out of _.01-_ get nsuneft printed on
who lost his ;:, the election ballot. repetition of the heated
Thonma tournament play three series, with the Post 9 Gen- \. ;:,. Urle \\lgglim (left) pick an : campaign these two contender

me In out the Generals a* erals.If t: auto |>itrt from lie fthclf, anCharl ., : I I a staged in 1949 when Wainwright

lilimton strike, and Galneavlll in the Generals won again last ".......;"''IjI.J'" .. }" .'" JH rhy (right/ ) iwrveariiHloiiirr a f t tOLD 1 Boards' nosed out Roberta by a narrow 15-

ompetltlon. Only four of night (the game "was not complete tI" In his. grocery Htorr. ," ( BudgetsWill ..frk' vote margin.

i-onvllla( men went down at press time) they will annex /- I Parking meters, which were In-

route WedaesIt the Area title and proceed to atallnd during Roberts' administration -
Strikeout!tthllf he struck out 29' the State Tournament In Wauchu- 11118 CLASSMATES WILL HE POLITICAL RUNNING MATES 1I Be AiredCitizens I 4,. were one of the big

the la August 6. However, if the local I ..
?'a games he pitched In Issue. back in 1949, but are apparently -
ournament. He walked nine took last night's game, a rubber A harbinger of forthcoming fireworks in the "bijr year"primary lint has lived here since. He was now an "accepted insti

it hit two batsmen.BRedilen session will be played Friday electiof next string: came this week with three entries -[ -diiraterl, In the public schools ofI of Bradford County tution" and could hardly be revived -

was the big man night to determine the champion- in what will undoubtedly prov.e to be a heated contestto Duvnl County, but graduated from vere romi-'H.d this week tha as a vote-Influencing factor.
Site for the local nine as 'ship. fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of longtime .Alurhua High School In 1930.I both the Board of County Commissioners -----r. _' .a--.. ,-'II New issues will doubtless be proJected -
5 Clerk of the Circuit Court A. J. Thomas. I Following his graduation from and the Board of Pub 4'alnwrlghtrTr' however, to make this one

iontenu-, 10 uate. are cnanes-,. I high, school he worked for the lic Instruction will meet In the of the most colorful contests on

ling Meters Pay For ThemselvesShow A. Darby Charles-Hardy, and Orle 1 and was educated In the public I hang 911 mill In Brooke and in court house, Monday, August 6, ... ,''"'' tate ticket.

A. Wiggins, all well known and schools here graduating from June, 194O accepted the position for the purpose of bearing any The return of an old timer, form

longtime residents of Starke and BUS In 1923. lie attended the I nf Rchnftl Finance Officer with the complaint. and discussing ,the er Chief of Police A L Alvarez.

Net Profit In Two Years BnaJford County. University of Florida three years'' ttourd of Public Instruction where I 1931-32:! budget. to the political scene will also -

Wiggins, 44, has been a resident and Tulane University In New lie has remained except for the I Each Board will meet In its respective contribute Its share of Interest .

- of Starke and Bradford County Orleans for a year and a halt time .spent In service. room at 10 a.m. Kull details In the forthcoming September bal

I 42 years hi. family having moved studying medicine. He Is Finance Officer. of the local ', of the new budget. may be obtained loting.

here from his) birthplace In Baket He served one term on the City American Legion Post SO an.I' from the office of the Board Alvarez will vie for the position

I CIty 'Clerk Carl Johns is County. He Is, at present, parts Council from 1911 to 1943 and i vice-commander' elect, Secretaryof of Public Instruction! and the office lie held some 30 ,years prior to his

pictured here operating the manager for the Andrew. MotorCo. served as Mayor from 1943 until, the Starke Lodge. of the B. P. of the Clerk of the Circuit retirement on pension In 1947 He

\ automatic counter that totals of Starke and has held that 191T. He Is a member of the Baptlst O. E., a Mason, a member of the Court. I paid his $192 qualifying fee Wednesday -
I\C Church and a Mason. He hi I 140 8 honor organisa
the nickels and pen- position 26 years. He was educat. & Legion ; I to become a full fledgedCididate'
up been engaged in the grocery bust tin,, member of the EasternStar
: for the
in Starke'sparkhig ed In the public schools of Bradford position now
nies dropped County and graduated fiom ness In Starke since 1938. Director of District 2 of the Test Well\ Seems held by W. E. Thornton. Thornton

meters. BHS In 1923. He married the former Virginia/ School Finance Officer's Association qualified Monday.
In September 1940 and I of the
Fugate Secretary-Treasurer
Ills only political venture heretofore 'has four children, Virginia Jean, II Bradford County Development Other Incumbent who have
the To Work 0. K.
was one term on City qualified to date are City Clerk
10; Michael, ,7; Phyllis, ..1'anlt Enterprises and Administrative
Council from 1911 to 1913. He Is I Carl
r----- I Johns and Couucllmen
Lee, 2. He has.one i.terfliving| Assistant. l to the Bradford< County:
I member of the Bradford Lodgeof Bridges' ; and
a Jacluton.
In Starke Mrs. Myra PeeK* .j Branch of the Florida Jnatltute.. -I It I The af.' '
Free and Accepted Masons and tesfwetl Sampson LakeisrinUihadryand
a L It has probablytieen some TlrnfenUice !He married the former Juanita .! tiI
ASsociate Sunday School Superln- t la.ju.wv .draiain
at L \ twir men WUM such 4deotiC&jrecords IlItitlle3l"-.r? '8tark in 1940 and 30 4-H Club Girls]
Arsf "very
,| tradent-and. a'TrusterW! the I I. satisfactorily" according: ,tc
campaigned against each has four children, Joyce 10;
Church of Starke. ''Rel an announcement this week' by At Cherry Lake
Baptist I:other In the county. Both Darby Charles IV :3 I; Franklin. 2; and I _' 12'L_
atives In this county Include his' Hollia V. I Knight, county attorney --
and Wiggins, are members of the has
Donald, 8 weeks. He twc
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs I: I The 10-Inch well readied a depth Off ton a week's trip to Cherry
:name church giaduated from BHSi Itobrrt -
brothers In Bradford County I En-Mayor
Joe' of 330 feet the Lake are 30 Bradford
H. B. Wiggins; one brother, the time the maximum allowed County 4-H
same serve on
Eldon of Starke and Douglas
Wiggins and a sister, Mrs. George I i Masonic Examining Hoard and I by the contract and all drilling .., Glut girls who left Monday from
I a-.:. :z_
\ i Hampton. ceased with the : the Court House,
Williams, all of Hampton shaft ending In a Accompanying
served on_the City Council at the I| Incumbent ThVinns, woo has
large bed of rock. are lenders Miss
He Is married to the former same time, porous r
held the office for a record-break Knight said that the Board of Olaeta Green, Mrs. Millie! Sim
I Laura Lee Hemingway, Stark.
I Hardy, of the contend- .
: youngest < mon
and Home
five children, Peggy ing 20 years without oppositionat County Commissioners will take Demonstration
and have "
i they 'crs, l Is 33 years old and a veteran It' Agent Miss Dorothy Ross.
tile matter of
\; Ann. 19; Bobby. 15; Jimmy, 10; the polls, has announced that up adding the siphon
two and half In the
I,lof years attachment to the well at their These girls were active in 4-H
; Gene Ti: and Susan, 4. he will retire at the end of this
.. I Marine Corps He was born in Club work last
meeting Monday. This will speed year and have
t ':"1tI' """ Darby, 43: Is a life-long resident Jacksonville but moved to Bradford term and will not be a candidate the flow of anxiously -
water Into the well by anticipated this annual
I and Bradford County 'County (Brooker) In 1936 forTe-electlon.
.W. of Starke about tour times* he said a* It event. They are camping with the

.. eliminates air space In the casing.A girls from Nassau .and! Putnam .
,_.. ,__4il ;... .. counties
'-- ', Three of Four Men FALL PRACTICE STARTS AUGUST 13 concrete banked canal from
meter the lake into the well will be The camp Is owned and
owed the operated
'Iz'nl The
of Starke will prob- ,
which will be paid Charged With Beating built shortly with a screen acrossIt by the State Agricultural Extension
I pieD J to learn that the manufacturer
meters adorning Call shortly Is $433.88.Probably : Released Under Bond Tornadoes Face Rugged Schedule to keep out all debris and trash"There's I beautiful Servkand U located In a
no doubt but what spot near Madison.
[ and Walnut Streets for the biggest single Item
two years are about to of the Three of the four men arrestedfor just the test well will help considerably Activities enjoyed by the girls
out special
their property. Carl Johns to be paid for yet the beating: of W. J. Jordan With Only Six Lettermen To ReportThe during early fall floods" are swimming a fuir recreation
fund is the new Mr.
rrk, said this week that parking the Pelican Knight said. AM to drilling program, crafts one study class. ,
'an now easily payoff I "white way lighting" to be Installed three weeks ago at more wells, he said that the coun. stunt night, singingbanquet, and

once owed on the meters on Temple Ave. as soon as the Club are out on bond, according to I BHS Tornadoes will face I Hobbs reminded tan that the ty has only enough money to drti: candle llghtlsg.

111 show a net profit on widening Is completed. This involved an announcement thin week by the same teams again this year as Tornadoes i lost 14 lettermen last about one a ,year, but they estimate Purpose of the camp are to

Iperntioii since' being In- $3.785.83 and Is quite apiece Cecil Sewell deputy sheriff. they did last year with the excep- year through graduation, leaving It will\ take three or tour provide opportunities for develop

''n June, 1949. of change for the 100 metersto The two brothers Earl and Bud I I tion of' two according an announcement only six lettermen to return. It more of the 14-Inch type to completely ing leadership responsibility a

h they were originally in- turn over to the city. Austin, were released last week this week by Coach J. should have been the other way eliminate- the flooding FAMILIAR FACE: better understanding of the 4-H
to after paying for around he said, graduate.sIx. and Operation of the well wouid program, and
[ help relieve some of then However( even C. Rice was released a wide range of
and Ellsworth I I C. Hobbs. The two newcomers, replacIng keep 14.Lettermen. have been held .
parking problems the the new street lights and payingoff this week._ All were required tc i up due to the sewerage Back In Politics valuable experience.
have entirely the City Alachua and Crnc..t'. returning this )'ear' from the Starke sewerage
gone above and befall the meter 11.000 bond. the amount set Transportation Is furnished by
of duty and turned will still show a net profit of post Judge E. K Perrymau.I I City, are New Smyrna Beach and Include Carl Johns, 190 pound disposal. plant entering the lake. Former' Chief Alvarrs th* school board and l the Boardof

f"t profit to the City. The f2.281.41 from their two years of by Jordan County who had been placed In St. Leo of Jacksonville. YVillliitun. fullback; Delano Thomas, end; However, P. L. Bridges, City County Commissioner.

over the two year perl- operation. This has been done hospital followingthe I I will also be the Tornadoes' openIng Edward Parker tackle; Arley Mc-, Councilman reported that overhauling .

reaihtul I a total of $12.ijIflfti .- with no addition to the a Jacksonville moved home lastweek game opponent again this Rae, halfback; Neil Crawford,: : the sewage disposal
working force In keeping the beating and is was reported recuperating I year. halfback; and Jimmy Rowe, plant Is now complete and con Fire Department Saved $98,705 I IFor

coot of the meters meters operating and figures The 1951: schedule Is: quart.r ack. Hobbs also named tamination of the water! flowing I

00. or $58 apiece not about $30O a month. Now after satisfactorily Sept. 21 Wllliston at Starke Wiley Coley Earl Alvarez, Bobby from Alligator CreekInto Sampson -

Installation coats. Then they're paid oft the approximately Sept. 28 Seabreeze at Starke Crews and Ocl McGee aa boys Lake Is now almost Impossible. Property Owners In Past YearThe I

.< .ti on the first 8O 16.000 a year that will be taken Rites SaturdayFor Oct. 3 Palatka at Starke who played a ,lot of ball last year I

'al 1320 or $4 apiece. from the meters will be clear profIt Mrs. Clara Peek Oct. 12 P. K. Yonge In Gain. and showed Iota of promise, but The siphon attachment will actually -

lr. the City "foxed- them and Olty official hope enable vile didn't play enough to letter. perform two'functions. Beside Strke Fire Department answered ., elimination of volunteer firemen

|"t 20 ami Installed them them to leave the ad valorum tax Mra.\ Clara Otwell Pe"k 72, widow -' Oct. 19 New Smyrna Heath Other squad members of last speeding the flow of water :89.calls! and saved $94,703: and the hiring of all fulltlme per".

vtnlf approximately $80. off permanently. Peek. Sr. of Starke' there year team expected back are Into the well It will serve as an worth of -property this year according conne: !.
of Oct. 26 Open Milton Mott Rand&IIMol'ton. Billy automatic shutoff when the to a statement this week He
died, Thursday, July 26. In Newton Nov. 2 Dvland there Weldon, Gene Shaw. Edwin, Pre- water level of the lake gets too by Fire Chief C. W. Pickett. Actually said that this damage could

I53 Spent On Major Projects Ga. where she had made her Nov. 9 St. Leo In Starke vail Tom McClane, Benton Futch low to make drainage necessary this means from'.July 1. 1930 have been decreased even more If

Mi,. C. H. to August 1, 1931! a.s no alarms people calling In to report a fire
home with her niece, Nov. 16 Ketterlinua In Stark. and Ronnie patray. Most of th... How much the one well will help

Hall, at the Hall plantation, for' Nov. 21 Green Cove Springs boy played some last year, Hobbs the farmers east of Starke this wire answered at all during July would be more prompt and careful -

Ilty' During Two-Year Period I there said. and will piobably be a big year no one knows, but they've of this year. about eliminating fire hazard
I the past three years. Of the 59 alarm. answered. 14
Nov. 30 Lake Butler there. help this,season. all got their fingers crossed. As to promptness, he cited an Instance
October 28
tnI. Peek was born When asked how this schedule Fall) practice has been called were house and building, tour a few months ago when a

'PI'ndltlll't's for major lm"flee -' 1879 in Rockledge. She was married -I compared with last year's. Coach for Monday August 13 at 3 p. m. were automobile 21) were' gras ,young boy' came Into town to report
: Wm. Enos
the living at the Peek In 1908 Hayes fires 14 trash and miscellaneous
In proving quarters the late Major were
the to
City from Oc- Hobba said that this year's schedule Hobbs said that all boy reportingare a fire at night and Instead of
1949 ffre house; (3.497 .pent OB materials made her home In Starke for I ImanY' fire. and seven of the calls
to August 1, and Receives Law ringing the bell at th fire house
1931. I
associatedwith la the "roughest" since he took I required to bring their own Degree; ,
"tald (cement plp She was were out of town run.
by city Clerk years. a* a sign to he
Carl the coach reins here. shoes and aborts.Keystone says do went lookIng < -
al' the, request of the City street signs, etc.); sidewalks, $2-i the Bradford County Chapter -I ___.___ I Admitted To Barr Though $104,000 worth of property for a policeman. By the time
this week M totaling 242.2r Temple Avenue white way American Red Cross office In was Involved In the :59 fires, th* fire wa finally reported, the
1\3.\ > lights, $3.32330: police car, Starke for several years and was:'II Lunchroom Workers I Lions William !Enos Hayes, son of Mr, only $ .29S! worth was lost as a nous* wee half-way burned to the
:'l'Jre.t single' expenditure I' $1.57650! ; park improvementS active In other civic affairs. I'I and Mrs. !E. W Hayes of Starke result. This means that approximately ground.

13.0110. representing the $1,229.93; (trading machine 13.949; I' Surviving are one son Julian Receive Training Hear Dr. NealDr. received hi. LLB degree from the $99.703 was saved by the Plckett said that he would Ilk

Paid Th'l" the paving con audit of city books. 1949-1950. Peek. Jr.. of Fort Lauderdale; one t At Camp O'Leno University of Florida Law SchoolIn fire departmentThe to resume his Inspection of Starke
ate, note I.' $043; sewer 'extensions. (3.931; Rayburn Otwell of New i Ralph Neal, pastor of the graduation exercises held Wed. value of honset and buildings -
was for brother. buildings and house
and WM made in 1949 I[and water exten.k>ns. $7.770. I York City two sisters, Mrs. ... A. i Fifteen Bradford County school Community Church, was guest nesday morning of \but "week. Involved totaled 102000. fire hazards, but Just doesn't regarding hare-

,. citV paved, Washington I Total expenditures In 1950 were Cook of Lake Worth and Mrs. J. lunchroom workers attended the speaker at the last meeting of the Seven of the group, IncludingHayes with $..92. lo.t and $97,073 saved the personnel to do It. H* said
hUI $103,000: of which Keystone Heights Lions Club received by the quldk work.
Streets approximately of Jacksonville.Funeral at the sane time department's
and Wilson lunch training
the P. program the It be
area only way can don. now
Bra..tord. High( Scbool. I(this 48.000 spent for what the I services were held I I held at Camp O'Leno near Lake stressing the importance of getting their certificates for admission to Th. department estimate thatautomobit.e ,.U to ask one of the two other ,
ry [ along with other people. valued at total of
Council considers major a .
expense la hated u the I Saturday afternoon at S o'clock In City last week. Mr. Myrtle Jones the bar. Judge John A. H. Mur- fulltlme member of th* department -
tx""ndltul'e" "tents to tone half. The, In. order"to do this he advised: $2.000 caught fire but the actual
IIIUch !!lore than, but the $100 was, balance U spent In maintenance: ,!, the DeWltt C. Jones Chapel with I I Starke through was the the entire only one two-week to stay getting the other person' viewpoint phree of ,the Eight Judicial Cir.coil damage done amounted to only that -Just to do It Isn't on their righQ'Plckett day off and
COrdillf to John. ;'salaries' and routine operating Rev. Thos. O. Mitchell of the course, however. ; seeing good Instead of bad administered the oath ofdmls.ion. $370. NaturaUy no damage was praised the work' of
t this1 I costs. I officiating. Interment -I In other. malicious don on the I'f'.... trash and out
Only] to the extra Methodist Church Those attending were: Starke ; passIng on no James Lewis city councilman In

at* the City had to bin. la1qulp I.I : was la. the family plot In i ii Ida Mae Burner. Mattie Creshom goulp;, trying to bring out thebeet Mr. Hayes plans to "return to of town fire. charge uf the firs department. H*
1 the PicketS said that Starke. a* a
It W35 all fActory .Ite. n., Recent Birth i Klnfsley Lake Cemetery. Alice Jenkins. Ruby Cooper. Minnie In other people. the University for one semester of 'result, has the best tire Insurance said< that lAw... the only councilman
.. done with -1 9. L. Peek. Johns Flora Bell Nettle and The Lion are planning a chicken OB the firs department committee
.s bearers were obtainable under Its present
Pall work. rate
graduate specialisingIn
III thla by the City and not I Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Keny announce I Comer Ferryman W. N. Lonj. H. Myrtle Jones; Hampton. Helen dinner aa part of a campaign poet [system of fire protection. Ha sal ld< haa worked bard for the

statement I I the birth of a 110ft, August I U. Rlcharda Hamilton: Ritch. and. Sapp. Louise Norman: and Law- to raise fund for lighting the parliamentary law. probating that the only way It could be Unproved department and It haa had a largebearIng

1tI1 sP3nditurs b included,II at the St. Vlncenfi Hospital Darby Peek. I l ley. Pearl Campbell. Lola WyrlckI football field! at Melroae school. wills, and. court procedure. would be through the ; on th reduction of lire

was 'pent on lm-, Jacksonville. I I Bessie Terry and O. J. Phillip. .foau.st .

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"" Bradford County Telegrap}i FISH'N'S FUN


Going flsh'n, fellow" Hav.-n'l.
1 you forgot somethiug": Of course.
rain coat. Y< >
Every end Entered' as second | you forgot your
.!'sir, better take your raincoat
Clans Matter at Office. at Starke. bl a you
i and sou'wester with you
I these days. The old weather man
: 1951 Is going crazy trying to keep up
II with the rain squalls. A fellow'\i
hours on a Bargains Galore Throughout the Store! ,
,1.50 f For Six' Month can't even spend two j ,
Subscription 12.50 lake without a rain coming up real l|
._.. .
"' "'""/////
quirk. CA"ra'u /.
E OUR DEMOCRACY by Mat I S. \\ \ /4/4 I 1
For the last hundred or eo years

'BATTER. UP/ N fly: fishing ,has b-for consideredatrlcUy' mountain I 1
a ,
end northern ponds. In I :
I Is nG ITS D/AMONOANN/V RSARY 1 streams the !,,,,< few years this has been.I J .ErTf
untrue. has beI
i 't7W TNL O/AMANO (proven Fly fishing tOIt
I come very popular In our rlveraand I
0 ,- 1 lakes. Brother fisherman, it

is leally paying off, too. If you I .rotA
I I want to have some fun just hang w-
1Yy about a four pounder on the end I

of a fly rod! The bream or shell- Dixie Darling Whit #//IIIIII_. Dbd D.ullnCJ: ] SandwIQ,
will fun,
cracker give you some

too .. I BREAD Loaf 12c Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thurs., Fri., Sat., Aug. 2-3-4 BREAD ui h

You do not have to have an ex- ..- -
'I Jones pensive of rig Bradford to use County either. and R. E.L A Ve /$/llIIlftsr#at... O'SAfJ

M. Gaines, of Starke, both report I,
I very good catches using a fly on SNOWDRIFT 3-Lb Can 35
the end of a line tied on a 12 foot Orange
3. 75 YEARS AGO THE NATIONAL LCA6i> WAS.ORGANIZED- cane pole. They both say that almost uwee
r, ... any type of bug will show
good results. R. E. has his own I
I oANSON.,c*Ot'NQ CHHISTY MATHKWSOH.Ht WA6sntTV coat; creation that Is his favorite (may.I! 8/G46 GY. CAN
oA3eRIITN..THLRL. : wERe MIGHTY PLAYERS IN THOSC DAYS... I be you can get him to tell; I1 IQjj S. C, Elberta or Free StonePEACHES

can't). Percy Sullivan I U using a :j
"Shimmy Popper" bug with great i
'' .--- 4LbS39ScRAPES
:i success. S. So.o.o efreshing.o"'''' ,' lue"iI : '

I Howard Norman, of Hellbronnj I _

Springs, says that fly flaking U> "rNDERlEAf( [ i- 59a .. --..... _.-. .... '.r' ;; P'W
play We don't blame you a bit \
Howard; not after the big fellow '
i ir iI I you weighed In last Thursday LIPTON i i59- Pound 19c .
night This monster weighed In ...
r I I nt 12 3-4 pounds. All agreed that ', '. .

1 1lIJ 15 the pounds fish should Fly have tackle weighed would about have '% \\TETL Y 59 Cuban r. .- :, ""''ti-. -- ..' ; Jf' t'J: : I

been almost useless with thls|
-- :i ". .. whopper. ffaoga Main ith>arSumierMeals, / / AVOCADOS 3 for, 25c ( 'iFirm.

Fishing around these parts U 1 .
getting real simple. Just get In

' '. your boat, ride around the lake f : Meaty Golden Bantam
-'fHlllt6"' ''6 MrY PLAYERS STILL; and pick up the big fish with your' LEASIW0DRanN0,1 y.Uow CrispLETTUCE

J LET'S &O OUT TO THE HALL GAME AND WATCH.THE hands. Mr. Haynor, of Jax. picked) TOMATOES ,
LOCAL !Bid! BOYS f>O THEIR STUCPVThe ._ up a 9 1-2 founder In Lake Geneva CORN ONIONS (
that had choked to death on' a''

I above cartoon sums up our sentiments to a "T" with the speckled tried to run perch.out his Seems gills and the stuck perch) TALI CANT 494TARKIST@eenLabel Lb. 19c 5 'Ears 29c 3 lb. 19c Lb 13c
Fourth District\ American Legion Junior Baseball Tournament
Two days later, Mrs. T. W. Baker,
already played at Bradford Park, and the Area Tournament now of Baker's Fish l
In progress. 10 3-4 pounder Camp in Lake picked Hutchlnson. up a $ CHUNK Dixiana Quick-Frozen Sliced & Sweetened

4 The cartoonlat Is right: "There are mighty players still," and She Is still wondering what
! I the Junior Baseball program Is doing its part to insure that there made this big one come to the top I t .
. will be mighty players In the future. and stay. She had to bit him .with I i'IOlI"5I STRA WBERRIES12'0 2
Attesting to the calibre of baseball played by the Legion an oar to subdue him.. I',I %
teams is the fart that the vast majority of the big league diamond S. ; 29 ,
, ,stars are graduates of the junior baseball program, According DC you want to go fishing? i j:
to latest available figures, 270 players on the rosters of Just hop? In your:buggy, dump In \ r JA

1 the American and National League teams played Legion junior traven't the gear the and time get under-way.? That's easy You; .# "JACK SPRATT"or"SUNMYLAND" Small Smoked PicnicDHAMS
q baseball and give much credit to this program for theft! success. .
just take the time. Fishing is the
I Exactly 138 graduates of Junior Baseball are now on the bent rSAU l SWIFT'SHamburqers
time-passer mind-rester
rost'ers of American t 11710 &Y I
1 League clubs while the National league sport. In the world. Hook on a
lists 132: former Legion stars' In their organizations." Includedon shiner or worm and let the world)I 45
,j the routers of clubs making up the 59 Leagues of the National go by. There will be less nervous :' Lb
Association In 19.10: were 4,620 one-time American Legion breakdowns and,heart failures In -
i Junior B.iseball player. your history that .we guarantee.
The program has been on thr upgrade In Florida for the S.
I past five years Previously, Florida teams were the "weak sis The fishing Is getting better,with

1 ters" In the-Southern division, but when the Post! Nine General this heat wave finally broken. The \ U. S. Graded Comm. I Grade A, Quick-Frozen Dressed &Drawn:
i of Jacksonville went to the finals of the Regional Tournament fifth are like people during the hot 4Q for Generous] Size I Can I IMai tPali : Reef
! In 19-17 weather; just lying up In some T-BONE CLUB I
at Florence S. C., won the Southern Championship In R or STEAK, lb 79c
cool spot doing nothing. If you can BAKING
: 1918 and were runners-up In the Little World Series t. -
held at
stand the rain these fish PLATE_
days the I STEW BEEF lb. 39c
I Indianapolis, the Florida junior teams became feared and re will bite pretty good. to far Slam!I" SWIFT'SPEANUT Lb
i '
spected.So HAMBURGER, lb. GSc I HENS
l ,an the rurtoniilit 'lIIgl1|' : "tf go out to the ball ganw R. O, Douglas of Dunedin, reported
f In a nice fat 7 pounder BUTT
,I that! ", .. caught'on a Faut Bunyan 66 in PhUa.Cr.tCHEESE
our eyesTHI Htllerest Lake He says tie lost
several more nice ones. Ernest 1 12-OZ.JAR
i I Davis of Lake Geneva, caught a 2Q 4- I li uTTER
th .: big fellow weighing In at O'j! ./With fa//acfv fatter lap! Ib 69CI
Iii ALVAREZ' STORE Established :;;I 11111.I I 'pounds.. This finny beauty WBSsnagged. 2 Pkga. 2 25WESSON
on a Jointed Pikia. These
I big fellows along with numbers of
small pan size were reported taken SWIFT'S FAMOUS LUNCH MEAT

\ Kvery Rranch of on plugs. Leo Hill, of Keystone
Heights topped the record this 5 41 C
week out this way using a "Jigger Lbs .Prem 12-oz Can 43
INSURANCEH. ( pole" His prize winner weighed I II
I In at 14 U i pounds. This Is the kind I O'SAGE
of fish every fisherman Is looking FABULOUS SUDSFab DESSERT HALVES.Peaches,

; C. WALL\ AGENCY seldom for every catches.time. .he goes. out. but Large Package 27C 23

No 2
! :Many flshemen have thrown
PLEASE PHONE 116 their arms off trying to catch)j
these fish in the
schooling past
Constant Service Over 50 Years few months. Your old flsh'n reporter OAR I. MIX OH
ha. finally found the plug 1.
I hilt they deem to go for. The only & Dry Skim Milk ''
i plug they will take in those V IISUPERBRAND" 5traurberru For Salad or CooHrt
Family Out of Town for Vacation? clear water lakes around these 7-01.Pkfl. 15CWATERMAID 67c"JUMMET"
f parts Is the Green Scale Eger Dit-, Qum
Make Your Summer Headquarter linger. They'will not let this plug -

at theGUIDON ; alone .. -7" ICE.CREAM
I 1, ..
I If you go fishing and have good Amerl a'I! Finest Short Crala \, ;: ,
e. RILL luck, pass your lucky method offishing JUT-Always Cook While / 4: Freezing MI
on to the next fellow. Any 3 45c 2 2.' Choc., van., or
EAT: AT THE 11 K: fisherman will admit that he i Ib Pkq. ., GAL. 75 Strawberry
FIrRGET: TILE REST Warns new ways of luring fish In. ALSO
to the boat every day. Just dropa CHOCOLATE area( VAMUA
OUR 50c LUNCHEON IS STIM. TilE nEST FOOD card In tile mall to "Bill Baker I -:- A-L-0 -:- -'H,
BUY IN AMEKICAtPORTRAIT Keystone Heights, Florida" and
Cat or DOQ Food
your name along with your tip tc
the fisherman will be printed It ? 14c Tb I"-,,1>..Karo Blue;Red Label f "C.nL- 1
'- -- N3.1 I Con .h" J-lb.Nablsco
this column. ....n<<. C S
.' ... Syrup BO. 22c t KING
I Adding Machine";'';;; and P..rtablel I Grahams BM 30c !
23. KIlAt,
IH-lbt: Karo Waffle JUICE :t':
I Typewriter sold on IInleU..I.1ford
t STUDIOHallmark .County Telegraph.FREE. -I Syrup BO. 23 IMABC JUICE. a SUM oi 351 's-oz.HvrJrnv.Sunshine Cello -

I "' '' CGRAPE I "'. 25c
: Greeting Cards .. .....-- Candy for DOIs-21-2-oz.! JUICE', 'IQl| 9 loos *
J.llrI l-lb. Ct.nSnowdrift
....... : Pug 8c GRAPEJWCEN
r. 6'.1.30e _, ,
YdUlll. ....II For Prompt FREE Removalof ,. j 35cCharge
o im rrliilOa.lltr r'llrarh..h. or
Dead, &Worthless I
/ Crippled
..p..hr i "........ Cattle, Horses, Mules, I. -

FNti ........
V IrWN .. & hogs .
Pkola r'lal.hl.a' p,4OIO r Pnwla a Call 132, StarkeWE Armour's Pure Economy Breakfast TEENIES babvj po

1o. \\'. Call St. Ntarke, ..... Phone 263 Florida ALWAYS Renderers COME 1, I I_ LARD, pkg. 22cl I BACON, Ib. 47c I I At LOVETTS .

{ Roscoe Bullington, Photographer & Owner I INC. .. .. FREE Samples To AIIJ A
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= I land visited Mrs. W. E. Hall Sunday Gainesville spent the weekend]

-STONE f HEIGHTS COLUMN CAMP CIWSTALUKE-ADVENTURE IN HELPFULNESS GRAHAM Mr afternoon.and Mrs Lavon Alvarez -.of M.with McRae.A. her )parents'. Mr. and Mrs. B.

x lly Mrs John. McKlnny Orlando, Mr. and Mrs.' Tony Con-, D. (Uncle Duncan) McRaeis
". J. Stprelle them. While hen- MrSpn. .>r Fw tales of Starke, and Mr!. B. M. !
\ visiting relatives here and in
fir '.>k to Fort was entertained with five tablesof Mr. and Mr. Wright Pope and Myrick and. little daughter of
P :visit Mr and Mrs. bridge on Friday afternoon children spent lust week at Jack Gainesville were dinner guest of Starke this week.llidget .
,II, Mrs. J. 1>t. McDonald entertainedwith .;.,' son, S. C. visiting relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mr, O. R. Alvarez Sun

'mBH ;a 1 have left for bridge and canasta on Friday ,,... and Mrs. R. S. Surrency of day.Miss Pencil. Sh..men. Ideal I
Their evening and Mrs for home uwc. Only $1.83.-Brad*
IHr'S. Wal. Tampa spent the weekend with\ Gwendolyn McRae, who Is
n F. rath Jr. had a swimming party Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wynn. working at the University in ford County Telegraph.

who haa for her on Thursday afternoon T r Mr and Mrs. Elijah Strickland -.
g herenrettur ed with Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and w tit, : and children of Nichols are visiting -
rnpanylnlr them also, daughter have gone to North Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones this TRANSFER
Mechlin, Mrs. Carolina for short stay. week. R.B.ALVAREZ&SON COD
L"nd?, Mr*. Margaret Mr. and Mrs. Vic Gllnu of Wilmington \ Mr. Nellie \Vombla of Cairo, Qa STORAGE

| will spend< three or Del. who are well knownto t Is visiting frlends here thin week '' ..,.....-- ........,- ---, "
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I in the north. many Keystone resident, have Mrs. Maud Surrency returned ,. ,
I da} walker l Is vMUng, been staying at the White Feather Y nome Sunday from Tampa ,where ss::: '. P'" *"' We operate local
with Court. she has been A.f.t 650g
return visiting frtenda. R.e. ,
i., v2 a lone
Eula Mr. and Mrs. Bemkl'l t. who .r. ,, We are having .
Bother, Mr* Ir'R't: : wr- ,;; ." jr" Cottage I'rayui .
: MOVING In u. 8-
have been for a time In North ". .... !J,' :: A .;.100, Meeting In our Community thU. J ii .......--- anywhere
alrath III went by Carolina, have returned. The high Camp Crystal de week spent there Their days week. '""" tsg\
I-ashlngton. D. C.- last altitude did not agree with Mr. Heights Is probably I !! are kept full with games, swimming Those on sick list this Week are }! EXCELLENT
kit relatives Bernkopf. They have gone now vanced and useful the same nature study, handcraft W. C. Burton Mrs Hoble Hln.e art
Rlv- to Beach. and Lizzie Hines We win) C STORAGE
Crystal Daytona Mrs.
to life-
[ and
party sponsored by any the sane boating some are taught
Lluded Judge Jennings Mr. and Mrs. William P. Wilson board in them a speedy recovery. .
Florida. but an saving. FACILITIES!:
L e, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle announce the coming marriage project of the day for During the winter months the Bobble Frazer U home on leave Agents t For
and Mrs. Don of her daughter, Betty Jean Board Is available to school this week '
of Public Inst Wells, 'camp group -
reported a good time Rowland, to Mr.' Harold Edward I vides camping speech and classes that make use of it fot Mr. and Mrs. Victor Willis of DELCIIEKimos.
Mays on August 21 at 8 p. m. In Nichols visiting his parcn'tsMr.
approximately 450:; l re varying periods of time. Last' are ... See us first
Walter RichardsEm the Keystone Heights Community and Mrs. Albert Willis.
lira.[ dren and an and year almost 6,000 children and
I Chicago, have taken Church. The ceremony will be children their parents visited and enjoyenthe John McKinney. and son Ottls
I every degree.
house for a time. followed by a reception In the faclllt were In Jacksonville Tuesday oil
camp's s.
and Woman's Club. I The camp, only camping
re for a rest Members of the Board of Public business.PINELEYEL.
19 coun
was obtained from
At their last meeting on Friday,
of Fairfield Conn.end July 27, the Rotary Club had as Administration, and dietician Instruction in Alachua Count
rean visited the last week and ate
with the of them camp j "
of his v"- their guest speaker, Capt. Brown Keystone :"
I guest
12- lunch with them bliss Wells said
1 of the Green Cove Springs Naval merly used as a
rgan.Spencer' And she added, I'm glad they enjoyed
L and son, Air Station. He spoke? on some, groimd. The camp Alaohua ,
I tains college It because budget time li By :lira II. M. McRae
Ser resident of Key 1 aspects of the Marshall Plan. approximately FULLY EQUIPPEDthe
here. Present plan call for expending
been visiting Dr. and The Rotary has been Instrumental -! Is bordered on one summer.
j_ Musser. Daughters I In bringing to Keystone a pro-, on Crystal Lake. the camp a* circumstances Church service are being well
been here that will be of Inestimable' In addition to permit, particularly the
(Susie have attended at Fine Level this week,
lime visiting Bobbled value to the community. Beginning ities for the crippled Camp for crippled children. conducted by Rev. Kemp of Fort most modern and efficient equip

Kay Walrath. They Tuesday, July 31, a courseof I own county, the all over Worth, Texas. There will be din ment available to the profession Is
turned to their home Instruction in swimming will from 80 to 100 3.'e are ner on the church' ground next used by this funeral home in main-
Pa.. Ala. Kay Walrath be t given at the beach pavilion. over Florida with of the Septic Tanks Taboo Sunday. Everybody welcome. taining its well known standard of

Bostedo went, with Classes will be given every week I every summer and .chil- Without Permit, Mrs. Laura McRae of Waldo Service.DeWITT .

Imperfections. Mra. Margie Underfill of Starke,
last approximately : children Sanitarian Warns and Mrs. L. A. Crosby of Sunny-
one after another, to be brook were dinner guests of the C. JONES

MIRE\ SERVICE STORE 'children attending 19 were in Anyone Bradford installing County must a", septic first tankin acquire H. M. McRaes Monday. Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
M. Sgt. and Mr. H. A. Batcher
PHONE 189 day from 9-30: to : will a permit from the Bradford and children, Hugh and Deana -
qualified Instructors County Health Jack '
[Roads 100 & 200 s Starke, Fla. nished by the Y.M. chil Trawldk. county sanitarian, warned Carol of Nicevllle, Rev. and Mrs. Funeral Director Ambulance Service
Odls Hinnant. At during residents this week.Trawlrk Kemp of Fort Worth, Texas, Ed- Our local funeral home enable as to offer convenience and
OPEN 5 A.M. TILL 11 P.M.. become ward Hall Murrhee of Milliard, available.
course there will be said that an Increas- service not otherwise
of the Mr. and Mr*. H. M. McRae, and
... tion
ceremony at ing number' of people"are having
file .. ,, .
Mrs. Hall' sister Mr* K. Av. Mitchell "
cates and Insignia 1 tanks Installed around their homes
Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteriesand ranging from the screen of. without first getting the required of Macon, Qa. were dinner We furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and
to Life Saver." Any I admit permit. The permit requirementIs guest of Rev. and Mrs. W E. accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, tasted by ANT

Accessories from six years up. t that due state law, Trawick said and Hall last Sunday. company, a* payment In part or In full on a funeral.
Miss Ida Merritt of Lake Butler,
!Riven without charge residents are asked to cooperate. Consultation carries no obligation.
C.A. but to show their : ire said that specifications and' Mrs. W. B. Huckaby of Wildwood,

let Vs SIL-1-KLEEiV your, car of It the Rotary la most building Instructions can also be and Mrs. Llnnle Drake of Lake
stantial donation to obtained from the county health
[by the New Silicone Process The New Camp at Immokalee. short department.HAMPTON. --.
Way to Lasting Car Beauty. $7.50 The Keystone only to .

ERPROOF Corrison Resistant They was defeated played again I suit and, tM 1t4t1< 1? .

with a score of 5 to the two

fly !Mr. It!. O. "SuerneyItlrlliflay irA tN I

a Sapper
Honoring the twenty-eighth
birthday anniversary of Eugene fUlLY AUTOMATIC QuACe
Chason, his family gave a spaghetti T.Instont
r.. .4 '.a a. r .. Y ,ri, ale Ia -- y,. supper ,at Ms home on .Saturday Electric Range y
evening. Twenty guests enjoyed .

"Gene"thla festive occasion, winning -Heat Ctlred Unit I Three Spacious Storage Drawers| w !'
many happy returnsof

atqott ga4tft6e r New the Daughter day. e 6-ql. Deep-Well Thrift Ceektrle g,

Mr. and Mrs. David Brown an- > This beautiful new Hotpoint Electric Range is fully '41

nounce the arrival of their second automatic, with (feature you ordinarily find on only iho

daughter, loom on Tuesrlny. July htfhe! c-priiej: models, yet it'a priced remarkably low.

24 at the Gainesville Hospital. So easy to use that""ym. can cook and bake. with it, this k
Mr. and .
Mrs. J.V. Horne have
f been making frequent trips to full-family-iu Hotpoinc; will give you years of clean,
/ Starke this week visiting their cool fail electric. cooking. Qietk its topvalueeaturt:*

daughter, :Mrs. R C. Barkudale, then come in soon and tee itt
f and new grandson, Robert Coty

Ira a 7rp Dtxlnte ra a her*in open and hut cats why Barksdale The Rev., Jr.and Mrs. Jay C.

a _. -a-.. J /? /t..g you can pay "mac but you ean'1 Daugherty and three children,

buy better than Ford I A look will Betty, Paul and Jimmy of Donna,
Texas and Dr. A. Paul Daugherty
t tell you that no convertible tin mac
of Jacksonville Beach were visiting
'a"' ,,, beauty to offer. A"Test Drive" will friend here last week.

ted you.that none can give you a i Mr*. Leo Singleton and children y

? a r r finer rids For Ford'l Automatic have been visiting her mother -
Mrs. Nlta Johnson. The Singleton .
Ride Control laughs at the bumps
e. are moving from Patterson, w rk
,..adjust rids conditions And La. to Fort Myers. Mrs. Johnson's ?

a \you get fine-tar V t power.. filth! ulster, Mrs. Alice Fancher of Jacksonville 1

: Automatic Mileage Maker .. 1 has also been her guest ,
,, 1
I y; ; ; t Dorothy Hardy. had the misfortune y
w "
fuel savings to fall and break her left
s arm last week, while playing "Clr-
ua". with a number of other children :
u at the home of her uncle
t4 .4edan "Dick" Hlnson. After receiving h
,41tU9weitiUe .-. cdt Die' at '. treatment at the Alachua Hospital f
Dorothy seems to be getting bD.N
"mall/ alone nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ousley of
Terrine, are spending several
W want to own I real style M ?. weeks at their camp on Bedford ,

>(,, ,WIth the finest ,1 Lake, and are frequent visitors to

'"*k., *ih! lasting quality i Hampton.Mr. .
and Mrs) J. R.' Adkln had
|n dl jsly deep into s .
ere dinner guest Tuesday Mr. Ad- .
""IticcountJurtofderd \, kins'' sister, Mrs Emma Carlton
d Vktwii. |II| offers the r -- of JacKMonvIll and Mr. and Mr. car
.Eon l IrMdoni t.. P. Davis of Miami. World's fastest Hi-Speed broiler for charcoal-like broiling S Tifontum,
of ;
Visiting- Mrs. Thomas F. Brown porcelain enamel) tap and booty-scratch and acid resistant' Automatic \
'v!rtill ,tht snug ? | on Thursday wen Mr and Mrs. ::i 95 even temperature control o) oO-mlnute Time-measure with bell Two

cat d i iteel.topped t J. A. Ivey of Palatka, and Mrs. 2 6 9 etoctrl outlets-one timed. Turns en coffee pot automatically) Cooking

I'.Plus V 8 Inline power. 1951 I Clarence Henrold and daughter of surface light Oven timing clock and Indicator light Oven and
\Www! choke Atlanta, Ga. urface-unlt cooking chart
combination"I I I Mr. and Mrs. Olen Bedenbaugh
'or!two lone
r I and children were Weekend Visitors -
h'u7lauage Intwiws _ar '-" arsrwW I h.,.. Alta Marie Elland, their (NSTANT'SPIED CALROD SURFACE UNfT-Super-irxej forrfasc cooking. Brewl 6

"W.to match.' i I:neice, accompanied them back to cup of coffee ia 6 minutest I Intense heat for fast tuning and rapid boiling.
II Deland for a brief visit.
I| Little Carolyn: Ann Simmon of --- -- -.--- ---------- ------------- -- ----- ------- ---------- ---
Jacksonville spending two weeks -

/ ;,'with Mia Mrs.June Archie Recher Elland., formerly of We will wire home

/ Hampton, now llvjng In Jacksonville your $
; spent Sunday with Miss Peggy -
2 5
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( ,
'r r Hlnson.
.DuilJWts 4aV :
/tyt/ NYe Mr. and Mr. Grafton Adkln for electric for

and visiting children relative, of Miami here who spent are cooking ONLY _r

Thursday and Friday at Jacksonville ((50 Ft. Cable Limit
Beach at the home of Mr.
.: and Mra. Roy Starr. They Intendto

visit Mr. Adkin sister, Mr
O'June Elllw: and family\ in South WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

MOTOR CO Carolina before they returned
ANDREWS home, with Mr. and Mr*. Jim Ad
kina. and Joyce Beal accompanyluff. 222.224 Temple Ave. On U. S. 301 Starke, Fla. Phone 166LOOK

Visiting friend In Brooker on

:on & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118 Adkin Sunday Oa night Monday wa Miss she attendedthe Louise TO'H'pTPOINT: J FOR THE FIN BAT -> > K S 7.1Ii ,

Tobaeeo Market and shopped -- -.....
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r .. ,'. r Clrr.ir", o"'IC'81(......TO. Mr.....r..H.*l.r.. t.<>..(>, null You for ore IMvorce hereby, notified restoration that "a f la.Jj...
)BPW Members Attend V "' '" maiden name and othtr relief ha. I In II
OUR DEMOCRACY- -by Mat un". Tr"7."rl' lntl "a.QladJl. been filed acalnit you in ''IfIOf
(District Meeting 1.. ..kJ y. Defendant the above named Court and ,
( C..e No. ,D7, cause and you are required to ull. .
Jtollr* T* A e.r.ro of ,. .."
) [in Gainesville nerve a. copy youranswer or b ( .i.
ORASS-ROOTS WJS0O2W : Oladvs L.. rakley. who* 1'0.1.| plesdlnir to the complnlnt on the
dene !I.., 160 Main titreot.! Vlncen- Plaintiffs Allor".". William 1>, Thl.on. .
I Mrs, Pauline Toi'ode, Mrs. DestaiDyiil .*x sS*s rMAKeHAVWHILt town New Jersey. Moriran, HOT Clark Building, J cknonvllle ..
Miss Delia Ros<'lb..raoil, / THt&JNSHINti MASATIMCWOKN You are hereby notified that a Florida and file tlm origin.si week. 'n h
: I suit for Divorce, car, cumody and In the office of the Clerk of the araph
{Mrs. Mildred oyle with her guest, MAXIM WHIN OtIK NATIOM control of minor children to da/end- Circuit Court on or before the 4th
I/Mrs. Faye Prsther of Jennings, ant and other relief has been day of September, 1951; otherwise ( 'l.j! IA'L'
Co.S >root filed avalnit you In the aboveIIam.d 0.:
the Starke Busi'ness th* alleiratlons of ssld Complaint C i.rk ,
I La, represented
Phone 35 j Court and cause and you sre will be taken as confemted by you. Myrlh T '1 tho CBy \. ,
Women'sClub required to serve a cTf
aud JTofesslonal eopy youranswer Thin notice. shall_ be publishedonce n.ver,
.. .. ... .. II at the District 3 and 4 meet- the Plaintiff or plendlngr 1 .s Attorney to the complainton William eacn weeK ror. lour connectitiveweeks Dt'I'
Ing held Sunday In the Hotel D. Morcan, 607 Clark Bulldlns:, In the Bradford County Tele.

Miss Madge Whigham:I Friendship Class Thomas In Gainesville. original Jacksonville In ,the Florida office and of the file Clerk the cuph.Dated this' Uat day of July, 1951.
Mrs Olive Hsrt, President of .. (OFFICIAL SEAL> A. J. Thnma,
of the Circuit Court on or nefor the
Weds }. R. McDonald Has Dinner Meeting the Gainesville Club, welro-med. the 4th day of Penremher 1961., other.wtn Clerk Deaver of the Circuit Court,
By Myrtle T. Deputy Clerk A
In Tallahassee At Yarbray Home group which Included members plaint the will allegations b<- taken of as said confessedby Com 8'I| 4t *|24 from Sewing CalneRvllle Malhlnt Rep""
Jacksonville Jacksonville
from you. ,"11I11
Alias Madge Whigham, daughter A dinner party and monthly Beach, St. Augustine, Stark and] This notice .hal] be punltaTtedonre NOTICE TO APPEAR Starke On Wodoltda.,
Let- each week for four oonnefiitlveweek In Clr.-.l. rnr Itradford Coimty, afternoon .
of Mrs. Marshall Wnlham offitarka business! meeting of the Gainesville. Mrs. Ksperanzn In the Bradford County Tel*. 1"1..rlrfeii I. Ckaarrry.rteorir Aulrolt I,:
Clas of the Socke of Jacksonville Pw*. District To Give F'ree
aDd the late Mr. Wtifgham, ship .raph. ,
Frlend-1 Hunter Carrsdln* Plaintiff, tsUllltte
.... I"d over the Pitted this Slut day of Julv 1951
Church was Director, /< .. ,
Presbjterlan ,
was married on Saturday, July 28, pi (OFFICIAl/ PEAL) A. J. Ttirmss, Cecil 8 Carradln Defendant tJl1
to Joseph H. McDonald, son of I IMra. Tuesday evenlnjr at the morning leasinn and the State Cl.rk of the Circuit Court Case No. 8671otlce IS'R O\\S
'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph* Yarbray on President. ;'"" Helen Krauss of By Myrtle T JDeaver, Depntv "'I.k81S"'t \ TA Aperar.To CaAh paid II()
John F. McDonald and the for
Cherry Street.Arrangement. Bt rvtrrsburg wa. the apraker.011'1 | 824| Ceclle 8. Csrrjtdlnft, whnn. old
late Mr. McDonald of Hebron, (any
residence 'In 89-42 Bird Street CJIendalfl Condltiohl
of gladioli and,/ Pearl Godwin of Jacksonville I .nT'"R TO A..r""An CALI. 29
Lons Inland, New York. -
Nebraska th.. IJ"" State Finance Chairman, and In ("I,.." Court. Bradford '.... Tile ceremony was performed canna Mile were used In 1 Klnrldm In Cttmmrrrr.Maria \ AII sre herehv notified that a and I..a VI
''..Jlllaamade Mrs. Mabel Craft, also of Ja'k1 1 pwlt for Dlvorc. and 118rne. !
of The Ing room, and pompom V. NavotiR Plaintiff, vj John award *f minor Pl1lto
by the Rev John Koohan the centw"*" toT th 110 n vIII... who U chairman. nr. th.. I. ... Nnv.tta, Defendant, thlld to defendant haa been filed and 8ddl'tll.SI'ECI.I. .
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Sacrament Catholic .., .. aR-alnnt you In the above
Blessed f '/ '- Can No.
Church, Tallahassee.Th buffet table. .. State Resolutions committee spoke t,' .iiN1J.X'-I"w: : : \olr<. Tn Af.enr.Tn Court and cause and you are required I !
.. hrlria attended Vv Mr. After ai"r ino group neia a brli'fly. ."ri -"""lI'iJIiIlII"I, >, Jnhnnvetts. whoBA ",*"' .8515// to irerv a oopy of your annwer ornleadlna EI,'",riry \'our
uma n \using meeting In the Sunday During luncheon Dr. Florence II*o .jt''j, ,s \ .I ,./..'"! In 116 Went 76th Street, New to> the comrtlalnt on the :\ .."' fur b,
-rUaha; ; ; I I. m
Berry Willis, e and m-naol building with the class Bamberger, Columbia University N. Y. Plaintiffs Attorney, Zach VI. DOUB- ---,---

Mr. McDonald had, an hU.,wJJ/J'*""''(president, T. H. McNeil), presid graduate, spoke on the subject of! I I I .. --

man, Robert Willis, also or ing. The clas approved the pur "Women In Politic" Mrs. Le-

hassee. .. "" br'ao' chose chase of three large oscillating Sorke Introduced four Past Presidents
For her man-Is* fan for the church. The teacher, who \
were present Mrs. Llla
*" a yellow ow"black acce Horles. Her Charles M. Turney, commented on White of Jacksonville, Jst Florida

>> ohvt farange>r was* of miniature orchids the activities and growth of the''I Federation Pualdent.- -. Mr.._--... -Hnrtenae --.-

13 I'rt'sent at the WHS clans. Well and Mr*. Elizabeth
.." the bride's mother and a few closu George McMaater, supply pan- Heth of Tallahassee and Mr*. Ruth
tor, gave a devotional talk on hi* Rich of Jacksonville.
relatives and frlendu.
recent trip to Montreal, N. C., and Following the luncheon
Following the ceremony, .)Ir.. a short
a program of group was I afternoon business
W, U VanLanclinghain, aunt of the all.Approximately. was
enjoyed by
and attractive
bride, entertained the bridal party prizes
I 30 member of
were won by holder of the
at luncheon at the Dutch Kitchen.
) the clas* were present on'this occasion. ticket. These included Mr*. Doy Tut tKOAOCK. : APPLICATION Of THl PftOVCUB IS TO USE OUK. CVCftV

le of the Starke group. OPPORTUNITY TO STOae OP' OMJTHIN
Mr*. McDonald wan formerly *
home demonstration agent for OtP STU.O'COUft**:,BUT MCAUS THC GKCAT MAJOKITV Of THK

I( Bradford County, and for the pait York Rite Masons Hercules Personnel AMdtlCAN PtOPlt HAVE'/lMOIt WAV WHIH THl SUN SH" .S.*

several yean ha* taught home Will Meet Tuesday Have Annual Picnic THciit SAVINGS AND Lira 'INSUMANCC ARC A MIGHTY FOUNDATION

economic In the high school her*. In Gainesville : OP security, roitTMK" NITIONNO ITS FAMILIES.

The couple will reside In Stark*. Member of the Survey Department I Customers*

The of Hercules Powder Co., _
t Adonlram Association of
Family Reunion York Rite Freemasons will hold along with their families and ANOTHER MYSTERIOUS EXPLOSION .tffc Corner
Of It* first meeting in the Masonic gueits, enjoyed a barbecue and
! Crosby Clan Temple at Gainesville at 8:00 pm. chicken pileau dinner at Strick GOES UNEXPLAINED In our daily relations ELBERTA

Held Here Sunday on Tuesday, August 7, This association land'* Landing Saturday after with our customers we KfiK
j jointly sponsored by noon. Tlie affair was In recognition "Did you hear the explosion however, nay that they blasted a* strive always to be honest,

,1 A family reunion was held last Gainesville Chapter No. 2 R, A. M, of the eighth consecutive year last night?" That was the question scheduled, about four o'clock. Monday /air and sincere. Xs.*
" Sunday at the home of Mr and Gainesville Council! No/27, R. A without a loss-time accident for by the resident of afternoon. some of the : PEACHESI4LBS.

; Mr*. A. L. Crosby, Sr. for th. S. M. and Pilgrim Commandery the survey department.E. eaat Starke Tuesday morning Major W W. Lamar of Camp Here are words rnean tous.
aooa No. C. Mann, Jr. of along Call street after a mysterious Blamling, stated that he things these
daughter, grandchildren 1. K. T., has as it* principal the Brunswick waa In .
, and great grandchildren of Mr objective the promotion of YorK' Ga. office gave a safety talk blast about 8.30: Monday Jacksonville until 11 o'clock that v rvi* *>> r >.< itii

and Mrs. Philip A. Cro by. About Rite Freemasonry in this section during the afternoon, after which night sent them scurrying outside nlnht.; but that he had heard nothIng Honesty correct weight

f 1,09 people attended ,of Florida. an award wa given to the depart their home to see.. ,what was hap about any explosion out there and correct price. -<- -. .

t After meeting at the house, the Dinner will be served at 8 p,m. ment. pening. 1- at all Fairness satisfaction

t group gathered at the armory and Immediately thereafter there About SO guests enjoyed the It was described all being "a nnck In January, the residents guaranteed or your money BU. BASKET 3.4
: building for a picnic lunch will be a short business session outing which was In charge of hock of an explosion" and is reputed of Los Angeles went fleeing from will be cheerfully refunded. -

given over to the election of officer /. M. Vtcker. to have lit up the sky considerably their homes when a blast, later
1 *, appointment of committees out towards Camp BlandIng explained as a jet plane breaking
Jr. Woman's Glut etc. I and !umphrey.. Starke resident the sonic harrier. rocked_n_. thA.___ area._____ Sincerity no extravagant

i To Meet Monday All York Rile Mason are urged HURRICANE will probably remember a It seems that when the plane claims or misleading BEANS 2 Ibs. .
to attend, similar explosion a year or so ago broke Into the barrier, it left a : advertising. % ,

: The next regular monthly meetIng PRECAUTIONS when the source of the blast was terrific vacuum and the air rushIng I If ever feel that we
J of the Junior. Woman's Club WCTU never traced In to fill it caused a blat!! : you failed you in any of Large; Ripe Avocado
Meeting have
1 will be held Monday evening, Aug .. In a telephone! conversation thuniler.As somewhat, like a loud clap of these ways, please let us PEARS 3 for
.. .
i 6, at 8 o'clock in the Woman'* Held At Tabernacle are a number of precaution Charles Hager write : -
at Please
; Club. that users of electricity I to what caused the blast know*
The rtllglouj will
program the llmenite
be In charge of Mr. T. Q. Mitchell.Hostesses At the WCTU meeting held in may take preceding and during graph that they mine had, told no the unscheduled Tele seen> by Starkeltes Monday night, CUSTOMEK nELATIONSREFT. Fresh Sweet'.Yellow
1 for tile evening are, the Tabernacle last Friday it was heavy windstorm that will save no one knows, but speculation has ,,
decided that the trouble. With blasting Monday night and turned up everything from dynamiting
special offering
ample warning of r
Mr. Robert Crern A&P Food Stores CORN 4 a
that this
the first
was he had
taken at the last meeting would an approaching hurricane, electricity fish to the crash of a jet Ayr., ears -
Mrs. Don Mr, hoard of any explosion. He did plane. 0 Lexington ,
Page, M R Jucld
be sent to Miss Ethel Hubler users can do some thing to I New York 7. N. V. ?
Mrs. Herbert Green Mrs. E. J. publisher of the National Voice be prepared. California PascalCELERY Large Slal

JDowllng and Mr*. Larry Gibson and Sam Morris, for prohibition Man has not yet devised an! IF YOU LIKE GOOD SINGING ;'t

work.A overhead electric line that can always Then Mark This Date On Your_ Calendar_ _._ ___ .. 1!
petition sent by Mrs. Kate withstand hurricane winds, n n

J. Alonzo of Orlando, State Director and underground line In rural Bradford County song: lovers will(: lion the Bradford bunch would
I of Legislation, was read aid areas are too expensive to buildTherefore .
join with those of neighboring join in ,with us, and we'll be lookIntc -
signed in protest of liquor ads In during period of high Union County when the letter's for them' ," Brown said. I
periodicals, on radio and tele winds we can expect some farmer Singing Convention geta together I T. H. Waters Is vice president

vision. and other rural people to be without at the Lake Butler Methodist I of the Union County Convention Fully WIVVTUPICNICS

The next meeting will be held electricity for various periods Church, Sunday afternoon, August I which wa* organized last February

the last Friday in August. due to storm damage. 5, at 2 o'clock. I and Mr*. Raymond Brown la MASON ib. 4c

Farmer with home freezer I Raymond Brown president of ,secretary-treasurer. The group ,

Baptist Primaries should! do these things when the the group, says that everybody's !meet every first Sunday at some
electricity goes off: invited, especially the Bradford Allgood Sliced Breakfast
church In the .
Enjoy Lake Picnic 1. First, do not open the door! County singers whose convention
To do so will only cause the food la Inactive at this time. All who like to sing or who JARS BACON Ib. -

The Primary "A" Group of the Inside to thaw faster a.-d may result "The agreement waa that If like to hear good singing are Invited ,

.. ; Banlst( Chqr\! h Sunday schiol enjnjrwl In spoilage.y. Union County organized a conven- to attend the next session. Golden
.... BreadedSHRIMP.Soipkg.
,. ,. ft i ptcM.3 l : '.inch Ot StrlcRWncl's : / The borne freezer will protect I

P -... Landing Tuesday. food, 3d hour or longer If the door BUILDING PERMITS NEAR $250,000 I Carton of 12 Qls.87c ..

The thirty joui'DriM( feathered la kept closed. Cover freezer with IN FIRST SIX MONTHS .
I. KfMINGTOf'PORTAB at the beach earl/ for a swim be- blanket to !give additional insulation. .." .. I

tore lunch. -. I Fla. Grade D & D
Building permit for the first $66,470 And (Whole)
almost al!
L Also atten.l.ii. ilie picnic \\ roDie 3. H electricity! la off longer'than -SSc
Ix month* of this reached of Ib.
year the amount spent by school -
teacher: Mrs. L E. DuggerMr .
36 hours, obtain some dry Ice
a total of slightly more than .
TYPEWRITE"Mf. : *. Victor Lamli, Mr*. J. D. Seymour from the nearest town and put It and organization The other U
(210,000 according to Carl Johns. S4.DOO went for the building of All Meat SlicedBOLOGNA
Mr*. Swcil: Hwnon Mrs a
in the freezer to hold the temperature Carton of 12 .
I city clerk. A large of thissum
part negro Masonic Lodge hall on 10th
J. E. Hlldebran and Mr*. Tom board Ib. 59c
down. Place It on on
however Wai -
due to the
... Harding anil mothers, Mi*. Fred
top of the package, not on the granting of permit for severallarge Caps 25c
Pellum. Mrs. Johnny Le-> and Mrs. packages. The Big Dad Manufacturing Co. Sliced Assorted
business establishment
Riley Wasden.Fri. building accounted for $8 ,ooo of .
t Farmer with electric: water systems I During the period from January the $94. OO spent on business and 'IU. IoU COLD CUTS, Ib. 69c |

could fill containers In the I 1 through June 30. permit granted industrial building. The new IlottleCerto. -
home when word la received thai to home builder totaled Quick Frozen '
i 140,650 D & D 12-16 Ib. a>jf.
: tourist court,
currently under
USE construction
OUR NEW : torms are on the way, so water, while $3,800 more went for the 8 2Rc. HEN TURKEYS Ib. 69c
DAILC for drinking and cooking will be remodeling of older home. on Temple Ave., also t oz. -

TYPEWRITEREASY STARKE FLA.Sun. available.Beware. The new six-classroom building I helped considerably. It waj i -

of an electric line that at Starke elementary school cost I valued at 20000. : Harris Light Meat IVt..r P_

has blown down. Do not attempt P'nut Butter
.. Sat. Aug. 3. 'I to move a wlie or a tree that has each other during periods of storm'| stored to service In some Instances I TUNA 6

DOUHI.E FEATURE fallen on the wire until electric damage. even before those In some of the oz. can 25c Food r

PAYMENT maintenance m..n are on hand. Two-way radio are used by all I I I cities hit by the hurricane. Ideal Dog

Whispering Skull Always notify the power supplier of Florida'* electric cooperatives Snow White Brand Granulated 31
PLAN promptly when electricity goea off This ha* been the mean of notifying I f Dreft, Iste.; pk .

With Tex Hitter During hurricane power suppliers each other of the need for help SUPER l1E.RKISG: XK.I SUGAR 5 lb. pkg.
Small Down Payment are alerted to commence repair as when telephone lines .were; out-of I Guaranteed to conform to 17. S. 45cA Lava Soap ,,1 1
Balance AND order. radios '
Monthly soon as a line I la reported out Two-way wher' Drpt of Agriculture regulation*.

ASK: FOR DETAILS I The Kangaroo Kid Cooperation among the power suppliers trucks can talk to the office and to 4 oc. bottle; 1$". Bradford County & P Small Size Sweet Ivory Soap IgebarjSj 1
other have been
electric truck, a great aid( Telegraph. ,
of Florida In restoring
I W Ith J.M k O'MahoiwyAlto In rural electric ,
service storm ha* been restoring service PEAS 16
Yet, by utlng our new Type* I t'.rto..n and Serial very good. during The 13 rural electric In record tI m.. ,, oz. can .. 25c Personal liar

writer dub Plan, a small down I cooperative* have agreement t* In hurricane-damaged areas lastyear Ivory Soap, 4 bars
payment will put the world's ., Mon., Tues.AUK. lend material and crew to aid rural electric lines were re- RAJAH

finest portable-the All New. i 5, 6, 7 -.-- WELDING SALAD DRESSING Flakes 31

R.mlogtoD-IDto cowl -and yon hare you*a home full I Cavalry Scout I PISa 25c Qis.Of 45C Ivory Rt" lar Bar, S Ha....

year to pay the balance plot a I
unad With Rod Cameron 'SweetheartRath Soa '
carrying charge. why Bright Sail
Alno Latest New and CfcrtoonWed. Laundry Bleach
wait?-come In and tat type Oil
portable to-day' the I : BarCamay .fi
beauty -
try .. Thurs. AUK. S, 9 Qts. 13e Soap 2 bars
new, exclusive ,featumAiBa }l-2Gal.-25c
ing Miracle Tab.MFiage Fined DOUBLE FEATURE GENERAL EL ECTRICiZ. We of ft*,the peeple of SUrfce :

Keys Simplified Ribbon FATHER of the I ]6 Oz. Pk .

Ch.o>..t..AND MORE If BRIDE 01: .'';;;:.' kndlrlsjliy ODe of the most : Sunshine Brand Grapefruit Juice Spic'n Span ..

just the rl&hcl1ze foe lattett... .. ',.... $ modern and flnet equippedweldlac

belt typing performance-* Elizabeth Taylor BprncerTraxy ,."'.. c.c......... 79 95 shop* anywhere. 8 Oz. can. 3 for 23c 46 Oz. can 19c Jewel Oil, qts. .

,.... c- All Work Guaranteed 21

t 4ONAX.Bradford SIZE I TELEGRAPHStarke r Kan ildl' Jiffy I SMITH'S GARAGE A & P Food Store Swifts Snowdrift, 3Jb. can

Bill Boyd and Anxly Clyde J. ... SHOP The Great AnanUe :
G. and Qts.
Also Latet :New 8.. Temple Av*. Starke E.tt.. ....._f. Pad. fie Tea Co. ,Weason Oil.
c.1fot c..Yr1. .... 1_
Starke Fla. 300 East Call St. pkg' 31
Oxydol Ige.
,. ,

L. ..-. .

AUG 3 ';At."l!} () Ii I Iwell

""""roaD ()Om... Ttt.1'GRArn. ST tRRE. Ft.QRID., _.
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I -- Williitt,. Itreit. NowI
dom in S r'
Friends of C *. Mr. and Parker Mrs N B. Rosier and daughter tion now. I ...
Quick, Sr. will Mrs. T H. MoNeill was visiting Mrs. I Y..rk, N. V. it
be happy to hear 11 Itpttln her sister Mrs W L. Turner in moved liti the Dinkln garag"apartml.t1 Linda. spent the past two week Geo and Alvle Werr were IIII I vu.u nri, ;hr'tEc, nntlfli-d. thai fll.rtacalnit aI
I bfl troll
I stilt for DIM >
along nicely after his opera\\"" I New Smyrna over th' ", \)kend.i nn Jackson atrevt on in Freeman Va. a. the guest of Hampton recently visiting you In the ahovi. nann'di
St Luke's Hospital a week ag<> July 21 The apartment was formerly Mr. and Mrs. E A. Raney and Mr and Mrs. Wallace Collins. i Court and CHUM and yOur nrr rtoulr-,
Wednesday Hu Carol and Douglas Thomas who 'I I .d to nerve ,u .upy of your unnw.iriiir
returned horn. | M*. and Mrs V/illard l Norris 011'upicd by the Walter family The Roaiera and Raneys pleading I.. thi ptimplnliit "n the
Saturday. Harry Quick of Wash 1, spent last weak In aul"l"'lIiting Kings who have bought a home In toured the mountains and other arc now making their home with Plnlntirr. Altorn-y., Evan T. Kvan: ..

THE NEWS Ington D. C. and Charles Quick, Mr. and: 1A.... C.Price. Keystone Heights. points of interest during the visit their mother' Mrs. Geo. Werre and,' ..OK Nenl..FMIIdlnK." ri. KMIOM, Jai'knonvlll.-Jr., ION JAW. Florl-Kxh ,
'IN Jr. of Vafdosta Ga. were home I' Were visiting their grandparent., dn, end file the orlwlnnl In the offl..

SS rrs r-Sr. I last week visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fraud Motion of :Mrs. J. H. Fields' returned Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. II. Thomas of Rising of tli.. Clerk of th.- fir-"It of < i.m, .
on or brfor the 4th day Hrptwm-
Jacksonville were Sunday gu.m. from Newton. N. C. where daughter Eloise, and Mrs. Inca Sunday. bf.r, IKS1.: ithrwl the alliratliin
ami.aylng daughter, Mias Sue Bigg returned home Mr. and Mrs L. S. Hutto. O. P. of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong he Spent a month with her brother Kelly spent the weekend In Plant Ethan and Mable Supp. Pete of sell' Oomplnlnt will be takeniimfvniifid a..
homesiet..r Monday after a visit with Cu). and Hutto Mrs. Shrllie and and Mrs. and and Mike of by you.
at the Hall Miss Friends of Dr. Herlong will be Btntrr-in-law, Mr. City with relatives. Jerry Sapp son Thla notlre han be publlal111"on.
J. D. Mrs. Owen Griffon in St. Augustine Sharon and Wayne visited George Pow u. Palatka Mable't .. ronncoutlveK
]Mr,. Kinney happy to hear he 1s setting along are visiting rnch went for four
the .. .hn In the Bradford County Te'-l
VIr- T. F. Huttos in Jacksonville brother-in-law and sister Qe}.
burr, where just fine after his recent illness. The Maxle Carters had as their .r"ph.
from Injur- Sunday.Mr. New Shipment Connie lxHeelers. > guests Sunday at Klngsley Lake and Pearl Baker In Birmingham. rioted thin list day of July, 1 5I.OKFICIAI .

traUng recent' autoirfbM Mrs Grace Pearce and son, Ver. Mrs. Lloyd II. Lewis of Wil Select your at Mr and Mr*. Frank Webb of Haw. Ala. thla week. They plan to return ( Clerk| PKAt.\ or the) A.Circuit J. Thomas Court

%i a non, of Plant City spent Sunday and Mrs. Hugh Hardy and mington. Dela., house guests of Stump's. '. 'ft, thorne. George Baladen of Jack- Sunday. Ty Myrtle T. P.av..r, Deputy Clerk
and Monday with Mrs. J. H. Fields children of. Gainesville were Sua- the T. T. Longs and her meets \, ,' wmvllle M. D. Carter of Lake Conway Rouse has joined the 83| 4t 1124WOTt

M \ I R-: Morse and and family.Mr. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Flora and Susan Slade art spending E. C. <(
xpect (to leave the Hardy.Mr. several daya this week visitIng Gibson, daughter Madie, and sister and'Ira...*Henry Carter of Max\ It....t 8. He jolnud In Jacksonville II....,.'. Cocci". Florida. July 5*.

h'S. tour throughout and Mr*. M. C. Stith and| friends and relatlvea In Albany Becky, of St. 9imon' Island well.. HHarriett ..: and ncored U5: on his examination. "NOTICH ia HKRKnr!: OIVRM: thatplir
They will atop off children, Jim and Sandra: of and Mrs. W. K. Thompklns and Baconton, Ga. Ga., formerly of Starke were Visiting 'k.. (J... il for Con w .!.liunl to Hf-rtlon 9 ..f Chapter
| ..penda.weekLughter Washington, D. C. are spendingthe of Jacksonville were weekend" friends" here Saturday. and BUT*Powell are Fernle Moody ?iaa' all his tobacco isles. Lawn of Florida Acts of' 137,

to and sister, month of August fat the H. L. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jerry Lawson spent the weekend visiting their uncle and aunt. Mr. in the wairhnni, to set\). known. *described l.. the Murphy land Act In ,HradforilCounty the following -

and go on to Brownlee cottage at St. Augus- Hardy, driving to Zephyrhills Lakeland Pvt Elvin D. Casey of Camp and Mri Glen Wood, In Zephyr.hill .Albert ana ,fo.. Moody l.a\e all Florida will bo offered for
(11e for two week on' niile, et publIc outnrv Yur the blirht -
Maine tine. Plckett Va. returned to his base stiles flu Ob-y Moody
Montreal and Auburndale whero he ", unit beet rn"h bid KUbj'i-t to the
.'.;18, visiting rela- :Maiden Form Bras atStump' visited friends and relatives.Cpl. Monday after spending" two weeks last shevt,, sold Tuesday Peg right of the Truxt.. of the Int '''-
Bob and Butch Smith apent the with hi. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Mrs. M. C. Ford. Jr. and daughter John has sou: all hi... J. B \Milie-IrtHl, lmt'ri.vt.mi'nt fund to rfJ..t anY
way sod nil huift. Ht tti' (fVMirthmiH. beginning -
past week with Mr. and Mrs. Er- Morris Williams vlslte 5 U Casey Suzanne spent! four day lax head has finishcd'gracling all hi... i Ht IA..,, <""i')<.>..k A M.. on the
week" In Jacksonville with the < 4th rtnv r,f H > ,itih.'. 1111 t Onf'tl
L Fabrics n4.t Jones in Orland,'. Mrs. Minnie pt -
Hazen .
of BrookerIs
Head Miss Evelyn Newsome Wednesday ::110'1'11'1 TO AIT-FIAIttfc. nf munlclpnlttt-H I i>nt*"m"nrn,
L 79c yd Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Dobson and Visiting her sons and families Friends of Mrs. A. C. Durden senior Ford*. In (Irriilt f..nrf. Itrmlford (......P. "n<1 rlirht of WHY :200 f.*..t w rl.. will
during a days delay enrout I' .
(|. Now Klurliln In ("I..r..,. i .. .....v..1 iron
children of Trenton spent Thura- the M. K Hazens and V. V. Haz- will be happy to hear she i la greatly '" nov pnn <.1 l through
while transferred from 'I'Wh4.h ti h" 1
flalmirr Kl- '
being Kiln N. Miflehew. VI. .n "doting MIsts
day of last week visiting their ens this week. Fort improved after receiving treatments See the :NEW: REMIVOTON: bert N. Mlnxhow, JJifpiHlnnt.Can. I ..nd.*"'. t" all 1nl. title tu' on.-
mother Mrs. T. M. Hutching Camp Atterbury Iml. to In the Tampa Municipal I Portable Typewriter at the Bradford No. ft&ftlMrMr hAI' .f Alitptroteun ant thro. .
Ann Johns are Bennlng Columbus, Ga. ft ,ppl.r. fourths .r n........ nln"'al" will hereerv.l.
an'' Youth Mrs. A. L. Buford of Tallahassee Hospital where she has been con. County Telegraph.Mrs To Elbvrt N. Vlrmhew wh Methodist Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Alvarez and is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. fined the past two weeks.: MJ'1I.Durd..n .. IN: t'nknowh. I received.i.eeriptia: .
i Griffin, near Lees- Mrs. V. S. St. John left Thursday of Mrs. O. H. G. Petrle of Jacksonville You are huretir notified. that a I SCi'. T ".C'". Ac.I .
returned to their Is the mother
children have -
R. P.
the latter of l i of line i
part tilt for Divorce. and award of minor I '
W cresr for
M. month's Visit In Darlan
Mrs. home after spending the monthof this week. a L. Peasley! and Mrs. JV.. Kin- visited her aunts, Mrs. A. E, children linn teen flied against I LIneln City 82 HA 22 Jn1""$ .
her daughter'on July at one of the Plott's cot- Conn with her son-in-law and cald and makes her home at theBt'uley' 'McDonald and Mrs. Jennie Roper, you In the above named Court andcause II I. Trill"1 of Fund' fh. Internalprovement of the Statc.f "
will go on to daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. Chris- and l you are required torvi I .
je two .. the past w..ek.Mr. PlorMa.fly < .
tagea on Klngsley Lake. Mrs. Guy Andrews end son, ..> > copy of your answer ornleadIr I
Sour day visit with tlano and son and daughterIn.law < to the complaint on the I A. .1. Thnrnan, Ag-nt
Tommy returned home Tuesdayof Triti. rlnlnltrr'M Jo
Mr. and Mr Edwin St. Attornrv. *ph Skip.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyersof last week after spending a The following Instructors of the and Mr. Steve Simmons P"'. 12llrahitm\ Itulldlnic Jacknunvllli .
Jacksonville spent Sunday with week In Radford, Va. where John. l Big Dad Manufacturing Co. are and four children are spending *. Klnrlrin. an.1 III* the nrlirliiHl. I 813 it
... Carl ChamblissIf Mr*. Meyers' family the Junlus tney staying at Avery Inn during their this. week in Miami and Cuba on In the office of the Clerk oC the Clr.
drove their HOME-COOKED
If were houneguodl, Mrs. : cult ("nurt on or before the 4(1) Say I (.CJOOI
I Jacksonville Smiths and other friends and rela- colm Sanders home. Star Brand Dress and Work month's visit here: Mrs. Ruth business. and pleasure. of September: mil ; athi-rwln: the
I of the Charlie Dar- tives here.. 1'01:1.1-1' Shoes for Men and Boys at Leonard Mrs. Minnie Clodfrlter, alleCcu inns of unlit Complulnt; willbe MEALS

Ijean Darby return-Cham-, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cha 't en Stump's.After Mm. Minnie Lee Miller" Rudolph Mr. and Mr*. Dewey! Warrenand Thin taken notice an. oonfomied shall be by puMlnhnlonce you SERVED DAILY
ills with the Sink.. Roland Hendrlck and Jackie children spent the latter each work. for four eonnccutlvewurfc ,
visIt Iloleproof Nylon Hose atStump's. and son J. Roy, returned home partof In the Tlrsdforil County Tele. 75c each Week Days
ort t i is.
iI Monday from two weeks' vacationat I a month's visit with her Cooper, all of Lexington, N. C last week In Eastman. da. visiting *;rnnh.
I mother Mrs. W. A. Colley Mr Mr.:and Mrs. Pete Harrell. On fWcrt this l-rdny of Ail u.t. 1111.OFFICIAL. SUNDAY
11' the. Brownlee
Herbert Green cottage In St. ( 8KAL.> A. J. Thorn.
Mrs Martha Smith and daughter Sunday the Warren
and Mrs. visited In Chicken" Dinners $1
F. K. Blackburn and twc: St. -
Q. Brown and had Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mr W. their
Charles, DP,,and Augustine. They as
sand son
; and Betty of Talla- guests at Intervals while at the
family relunvllle children. Billy
anderson Shubuta Miss. where they ;.will >.a. |a 4t 'ia<4NOTICB
Saturday. i hassee' spent the weekend at their cottage: Miss Peggy Ann Wiggins weeks visit with relatives in Room & Hoard $11 Weekly
and Clearwater before It Mrs. Smith's mother Mrs. J. E. Miss Shirley Scott of Tampa I Is
Tampa re
Kingsley Lake. Miss Jo Ann Dlnklna Mrs. J. 'W.Browulee TO AI'PKAH
cottage on ,
wa.nl turning to their home In Tangier Toney' Mrs. Smith will also takea the truest of Miss Nina Bishop this $5 rl...... ('earS. Itr.df.r4 Co..f,.. Bradford House
W M L Miss Melba Strlngfel- .
three" weeks' brush-up course in week.
In. D. D. IjwsonJ i Mr. .and Mrs. Russell Normanand low, Argin A. Buggux Jr. of Fitzgerald Morocco.Mr. Orh.rh, 1'lnlntlff "a -HenryOrlmch. 112 So. Cherry St.

J of Auburnd&le and Mrs. Ola M. Perkins left Sun- Ga., Miss i Ju.io Caldwell M. S. C. at Hattlesburg, Mis, I Little Marjorie Ellen Thomsonof II.. *. .T Tlrfrtiilunt. A....r. Can* N,,. 8B74ll4 Mrs. W. C. !McCord
I and W. L. Edwardsand
(A. B. Wood am of day morning for a vacation in and Billy Miles. Mrs. Montlcello Is Tot Henry OrbMch, whims resiJn '-,
Sale.! Printed Rayon Fa- vUltlnaher grandparent -
vlslawson : Washington D. C., Philadelphiaand daughter, Fredrlka Mr.
weekend" -
'pre families. other points In .the ea t. I Mrs. Jesse Newaom* and Miss Mrs. Wm. a. Struth and Mrs brlcs Regular" 98c Now 79c ., Mr. and Mr*. F. F. Stumpand -

Evelyn Newsome spent Thursday Leah Bauknlght of Jacksonvillewere yd. at Stump's.' family this week. Friday Saturday

visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. Monday guests of Mrs. W.
afternoon of last week In Jacksonville. Mills Annette [ [
( UNCING H. DuPre at a. family get- H. Struth and Miss Kate Struth. Mrs. J. A. Griffin of Camp Harper of Jacksonville ONLY
I I. spending this. week with
J>ENING of together were Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Blandng! spent last week" with Mrs. Janie Avery.

Herrington and daughter Jean Maxie Carter, Jr. U In Fort Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gillisple and friends and relative. in Lakeland

EN RANCH Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Herringtonand McClellan Ala. for three week's two children of Fort Mead were Over the weekend Mrs. Griffin had I Miss Minnie Bessent was homes 10 I % mSCOUNT BatteriesGOODRICH

wn a* Nile Owl children Evelyn and Bill. Mrs. training with the S', Augustine weekend guests of her mother as her guest her sister, ]Miss Verlie to the Canasta Club Tuesday even ON AU. Car .
Irving Lltchfleld and sons Irving National Guard Unit. Mrs. W. A. Colley Coker of Washington, D. C. Miss ing.

and John all of Palatka, Mr. and I Coker Is leaving In September for and SPITFIRE
Jin un ChiCken Dinner Mrs. C. C. Smoak of Jacksonville, Friends of Mrs. W. Q. Halle Mr. and Mrs. Drayton Colley Stockholm Sweden where she I Mr. and Mr. W. J. Studatll
Mr*. Mrs. Billie Hall and son will be to hoar that sho Is son and daughter of Washington, will work with the American Embassy
fuuidwk-hea & happy and daughter Cheryl, and Mr.
of and
Donald .of Orlando and Gene getting along nicely after under D C. are visiting his mother' Mrs. for two years. Mrs. N. n. Rosier and daughter FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
Eaatmore of Cocoa. In Riverside W. A. Colley for ten days I ,
I Dam lug Nightly, going an operation Linda spent Sunday at Jackaon-
Mrs. Ben Crosby of Tampa was
Hospital a week ago Friday. Mrs villa Beach.
>* Mary Rivers Stubblns has had Ha lie returned home Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews the Saturday guest of Mr. W.

tie Fri., Aug. 10 as her guest since last Friday fora will remain in bed for several returned from Orlando where they Epperson, Sr. J.\\ Mr. and Mr. Maxie Carter werein
ten day visit Kay Partney of spent the past six .weeks with /
days. Her sister, Mrs. J. S. Adair Jacksonville on business Tues
of Went Palm Beach. Kay and West Palm Beach In making an their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran day. Keep YourTelevl Vacation Riding

Mary Rivers spent'Tuesday night Indefinite visit with the Hallos. Dr. and Mrs. II. B. McLendon and children Gary and Linda,. returned -

STERfric with France Caldwell. at the They were accompanied home by last Friday from a two-, Sheriff J. D. Reddish and M. VJohn
State Farm. Jean- werfc's! vacation spent with rela-
Miss I
f4telr granddaughter
,. ( Mr. and Mm. Joe I' Tomlmson were In P'nnt City on busl
Ives and friends at Chimney Rock
rtctte will
refrigerator had as their weekend guests their McLendon who spend I ness Tuesday.
Mrs. Jacqueline Moorer' and daughters and families Mr. and this month visiting In Starke. I Morgantown and Shelby N. C. I
e PHI1CO Mrs. Mural Gardner and children
Mrs. H. C. Slaughter and childrenof I
visited' Bok Tower at Lake Wales T.r.: Griffin who has been ill
Star Brand and Toll I'arrot The
Jasper and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Life And TimesOf
efatOrVeI7/ Sunday. the past week, left Tuesday for
CooK and children .)f hastings Shoes, for Boys and Girls at "
Jacksonville where, he will receive New River Folks !
Stump's.Irvin .
at Joe Andrews of Fort Bragg N. 'treatment at the home of Ms son- Let us Install
Mrs. O. W. Alderman hail Visiting fly Jennie Lee Luxenhy
ORTHY'S C. ia visiting his parents. Mr. and in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs
her and Robbina returned this
her this week ann set
Mrs. :J. W. .Andrews, while waitIng C. C: Mendoza.Col. a
orders. daughter-in-law, Mr. aul 1 Mrs. G. week after spending Ills vacationIn Chancy and Eloise, Dannie
of comfortable
C. Alderman and do-v Bruce, of Cleveland and Now York City. Cowen and Lou and Fred John I- our
and Mrs. I D E.: Knight: spent
spent Baltimore, Md. Mrs. .Aldermnil also entertained Rev. and Mrs. Hugh
Mrs. J. R. ,Kite Wednesday Wednesday In Jacksonville. T
had as weekend gunstH, Mr Weekend'! guests of Mr. and Mrs Walter and daughter of High

and Thursday visiting Mr. and and Mrs. Geo. C. White of Tallahassee A, L. Crosby. Sr. were Mr. and I' Among the out-of-town friends Spring. and Mr. and Mrs O. H T Seat Covers

Mrs. George M. Moody at Flagler Mrs. Richburg Hardy and daughter -{ and relatives attending" Mrs. Clara Patterson of Weston, Ga. with a In Straw or

Beach. Susan, of Pompano Beach reek's funeral Saturday afternoon chicken aupper and swimming

"Peaches & Cream" Back Mrs. Joe Thrasher of Daytona were' : Mr. and Mrs. Julian Perk party at tarts Beach, Klngsley

2-DOOR Stomach Gas Taxes to school Dresses at Stump's. Beach and Mrs. Sam Bleasdule lof i Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. Lake Thursday evening. After the

The HeartAn and children of Cottondale.Miss :r. P. Wilson of Jacksonville, Mrs.F. I party the Patterson returned'tr Chas. C. Shepherd

IILCOiERATORS Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrew and A. Cook of Lake Worth. Mrs. ,their home.

accumulation of gas In the son Tommy, spent a long weekend' I Bernice White of Toccoa,:IC. It Hall. Mr. and Mr. Curtis Mr. and Mr. P. 8. Colnon of

stomach forms pressure crowds traveling down the East coast and Ga. will arrive Monday to be the : and Mrs. Maude Hall, all of El!: Paso, Tex. and Mr. Rosa lion-Uadlo .. Seat Covers .. Upholstery

the heart and results In bloating up the West coast of Florida. guest of Miss Edna Nogel for i I Newton. Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Plnholster of Brooker were visiting .

gassy catches palpitation and several' days. I:r. H: Ritch of Gainesville. their niece Mana Wiggins 307 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.

I'shortness of breath. This condi- Sharon Cluff returned to her recently. The Colaon are In Florida .

tion may frequently be mistaken home In Clearwater the past Mrs Robbie Shaler and Mr. and Carolyn Pfaff of St. Augustine for a two-week vacation. They

i forheart trouble. INNER-TONE weekend after spending two Mrs. Bill Tilley and son, Steve, i spent' the weekend with Clair-Jean. are visiting most of their relative

la helping such gas "Victims" by months with her grandparents, accompanied Carl White. Jr. to Mundy. In various part of the State.

'digesting their food faster and Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John his home In Nashville, Tenn. last Mr. and Mr.. Frank Fegler of

better. Taken before meals it Friday' where Mrs. Shatter and the I FriAnd of Miss Madge Middle- Nutley, N J. are visiting Mr. and

works with your food. Gas painsgo i Mrs. Leaton Morgan spent the Tllleys will visit relatives this ton will be happy to know she Is Mr*. Ferri and touring south g

Bloat vanishes! INNER- past week with her mother Mrs. week. Mr. White had been a'\ fretting along nicely, although Florida. .

'TONE contains Nature' herbs ] Ira Newton in Auburndale. Mr guest of the Shatters the preced-J' still on crutches from a knee Injury Felton Moody Joe Lazenby

I plus Iron and vitamins B-l. B-2. Morgan called for her Saturday.Mrs. Ing week while enroute to and received ..*, week ago Sunday Jonnle Francis, Bobby Crew and Dedicated To Community Service -

I. i and B-6. Also enriches the blood from Miami. Don Ray Tilley and while at the Middleton camp In Louise John attended the weiner "Movie Are Better Tluui Ever"Sat

and strengthens the her Mr. Shaller will call for their fanvHies Cidar Key roast the
\ gives you pep Ben Rowland visited at State Farm Friday
nerves. Weak miserable people sister" Mrs. George McDaniel In In Nsshvllle this weekend. night given by Carolyn Crews. ., AUK. 4 ONLY Tues.. Wed. Auff. 7 8

soon feel different all over. So Tallahassee Wednesday of last Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Colson ands Mr*. Unnle Drake of Lakelandand DOUIILE: FEATURE: 1
Get INNER- Friends of Junius Smith will regret n, Cecil of Orange Park spent
of don't go on suffering week. Mrs. tattle Ifucklvby of In.
ri oldest to- to hear he broke the mid- lent weekend In Starke with rel
store ao
Iterators I TONE at KOCH drug vorness. were here visiting their $5 IU"LISI SUSVUSSIMast. I
rrltnrv this day. Adv.) \\, spending the week' at the J. I* dle finger on his right-hand last atives. sister, Ida Mi-rrltt and Nan e .. sate.. ', \\ ( .
\ week' while at work In the Smith'slaundry
: .
Mr. and Moody.
Anderson are SIARftItT
when the lid of a wash Mrs. Daisy Ferryman Is visitIng -
and Harold and Janice Shiver of
W 9. Johnston
Ho buyI WENITtiMfl i I Mrlt'l ing machine fell on It. relatives In Georgia this Gainesville ''dlitH..d
Cheryl and Carol, of Atlanta, were visiting Jarrfce'fmother.
pant to write I i month. Nan and /
Mrs. Dora Burton of Rome Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett Moody are help. .
Ift your oldERATOR. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bailer' and I Ing her grade tobacco. Nan 'bout
Kim returned their
and to
son Mr. and Mrs Joe Gray of Jack- (.4.AVMaA PIUtJeIes '
1 sons Carl and Frank of Brunswick I home In West Palm Beach Sunday onvllla of the has all her tobacco thru now Still _CM'ttu "trN.,a _so ..,..o..
were Sunday guests ,, ,, ....... .. ..... i
f ftc cf make! Ga. Mrs. J. l. Anderson whoIs after upending a month with ,, Jewett Foggs. has some to sell. -sue cues w

UuWI,, .workingin il.ixley, Ga. Was friends and relatives here. I Joe Dowllng of Live Oak was ANt) -
t'1 l. nd and will return II I visiting his mother Rhoda Dow I .
"ODIU01* home for the wi t I Seaman and Mrs. Gene Barrett -e.z.s__. ,pc1OL
I l'rjm,. W4I9.IKJ ': to stay on the 15th. The Mr. and Mrj, J. H. Redgrave and end l children returned to their Ing Saturday night He was oft

Andersons also bid as Sunday'guests children returned' last week froma home In Minneapolis Minn. last for a couple of days to go to a

'I Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson ten' day trip tn Niagara Foils ''week after a year' residence In Doctor. He recently underwent an t

and son Mike of Green Cove I Washington D. C. and the Blue the Nollmsn Court. Seaman Bar I I operation and at Interval has tc

EEPHLCO Springs and Mr. and Mrs. J. C I I Ridge Mountain Mrs. Joe Martinez rett received his discharge from I go back. '

Wynn of Jacksonville.Mrs. accompanied the Redgrave the Green Cove Naval Base l la.t I Elmore Cason. Fonnle Crews
,1 I I to Rochester. N. Y. where she Is week. and :Joe Lazenby went to Live Tin* Tetwby Cobbler1 Cartoon

I Berths I'-kne re'1..'V d I Iu.I'.ay making *n Indefinite Visit. with I Oak to help gather acre of peas aol Intent News

PHONOGRAPH from a nln-.-d3v vl..lt t.I..t.1: her non J. A. Martinez .and fami For SeJe> Zinnia and rhrv&anfhimumfJowerrd for Joe, Cowling while he went tc ..

*'wesf relatives In Miami Fort Lauderdale -,ly. marigold. (!A AInlim the doctor. It was estimated Joe

i.ili.el > and Winter Haven. bulb. All color R. F had 500 hampers of pea and he Thur., Fri. Aug., 10

gkMSSdSI I Leslie Biggs U expected home \oang. Chrtollan St. had them old to a freezing con ella.. w'snesuss. .
middle of from Wtlllamshurfr {o
the August cern In Lake City. -
I IMS 0s1. Take a ,c.tlon from worry. :Mr. and Mr*. J- U. Hudson vi I II Va. where he has been Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Gomez of liable Sapp got busy the other %hu, " I with the Third Army. mail Chap. On "RsulHr FIGHTI
nus Adequate insurance I is the an- Wildwood are vlsit'ng Mi. and employed Tampa were Bandar guests' pf day and put several fry..r* In her Patrol Spy
I lumber inspector since the early King"
Mr. and Mr. O. L. Llnnln. Gomel
10 ewe,. We'll U gld! to work Mrs. J. S. Sapp this!. week. part of July. will be remembered a* receiving freezer COAST GUIf

thel with you on proirram to rH* i boxing recognition during World I Rev Dodd and boy ate dinner Sun., Mon. Aujf. 5. 6

yon adequate and well rounded Everett McKlnney anJ George Mrs. L. E. Miner who has spentthe War II while stationed at Bland- : Sunday with the Gurney Crews ruillf PMTTMl-
INasworthy of JacksirvlUe spent the family of the State Farm. Mr. M-X3-M'.
prize financial protection., See u Canova past three weeks visiting Mr. .ing. hilarious comedy with

this week. past week In Miami onJ Ke) end Mi,. Herbert Green left last | I Dodd hail to atay home from ./ ,'- : sone'f!! With IK>n Levy and Claude KJae

West on business week. for Providence where she : Miss Sue Ann Barnes of Kings- i church ,with the two girl who I ........

will visit Mr. and Mr. T. O. Crtr. "- land. Ga. I la visiting Miss Carolyn were sick l EZIOPINZA ALSO"CASPREE _

Mrs. T. M.' Hutchlngs: and her Vlcker this week. Bill Hansen I Ia certainly clean- S

houseguests her sister Mrs. F. J. I s I Ing up his trailer park ground .. SPREE"Underwater

and great nephew. Myron Mr. and Mr*. R. 3. Davis spent I Mr. S. J. Benton' and son, Bobby He' putting up picnic (tables and t '. JANET LEIGH Cartoon, and

Su plies; Jackman Hurtfield. of CI.vland. Ohio Sunday in St. Augustine visiting j jMrs. were 'called to Baxley. Ga. still cleaning up mere ground I I'iu.. "Hun-fare Flat Foot" fartooiami I "ACTIOjr! with ROD .and HEEL:

nines of every day. It 1 I. getting to be quite Latect :NEWS!' J Short
last week in Pensacola visiting Laura Gene Tatum and Mrs. last week by the serIous Featar!
spent attractive around the filling sta -
rh, FJa relatives. Lula B. KnskeraC I Mr*. Benton' father. .

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Ii, EQc 1 9 5 .1 BRADFORD COCNTV TELKGRATI STAKKE. FLORIDA ------------- ----_ .-lulits S

3 puhll.It.,., 1 Nollre To Appear
phii' M"I i' h I I.:: .. ,. Miiri.i Kniaknt.anl .
a" T. ,
I I weelts" in the Il'Ildr"rd! i-'ii"t' TilrDst''d '- .. ,. n; :..:H 'r or I.I. I.
= rtusby' In Starko Suodny at the Ezio Pinza Starred ':.. ':'ok. In M,i., ,,,...dI..rd LOtJlltYI ]I.oi.. ubo,-<' r.-.Jd"n<'p and addr.iH i i1A4 .
: tills 2'lh day! of July, flU : Thcutntrou. Piraeus (Pasallii,. Ift
home .ii f Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby / LAWTEY\ [In New Film I (OIo'FCIAI" SEAt., A. 3.: Tti.ma'. -I,"i'SedTHIS:;:{ : JCth day of July 1951 oil tree t.e.
STATE FARM SiI '. of the Circuit A. J. Thomas, You are hereby notified that a ',,
| I To Florida Myrtle T. Ceavor, D.YI' lrlNo'ru' 1 OFFI'IAeNh* Circuit i Court I suit for Annulment has been filed I :
I I Miss\ June Caldwcll returned L. II. I'uh'h Coming By Myrtle T. Diaver Deputy Clerk I against you In the above named Ct.ti5'j.7' -' C Ap5 ,,, Cti
By MrN.. Bryan IVhltfleldCanaxta 1 Saturday from itt Augustine'l3..a..h Court and" cause anti you are required
1 -- "Strictly Dishonorable", a new ", TO AFPARTa >OTICBT I to serve a, copy of your answeror
where she had visited Mr.I musical starring Ezio, ("1..1. c..t. .....ro... CeuaF'a. ,, "'.0.." It Max ConrertfThis I pleading to the complaint on the )
'and Mrs. J. R. Chastcen Jr. of The Lawtey Methodist Sunday; comedy ''' '. I. to notify all claimantsand I Plaintiffs Attorneys, Evans T
PartyIn Starke since school had their annual picnic aStrickland's Pinza and Janet Leigh Is scheduled :;: : .t 11j.::; tltt. John creditors that you are to file J Evans and Neal D. Evan., jr., 103 ?.t' 'it, ,
honor of Kay Partney of Thursday. and p.tndant of Law Exchange Building I Jacksonvllle '
for showing this Sunday B. Harper .sn your claims against estate t
West Palm Beach Frances Cald- During the weekend the following Beach on Klngsle Theatre. .. .e No. Julia Johns: z>. .dh'a} under I ., Florida and file the original I C 5g1,1,
1 Monday at the Florida MAttce i' Appear.T. of the Clerk IL tr.t.
afternoon. lb In the office of
last Thursday oath to E. K. Ferryman County the
relatives and friends visited Lake .- John I'. Harper, whose reel.fai'e qulr well was hostess at a canasta before
par- I Court or the I
Circuit on
star fudge of Bradford County, Florida, SOth
of town were Invited Pinza cast as au opera 1I.n4er.on.N..rth 'Wul, '
schools Is Mason Street,
ty at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarborough: I The other /alld but r*** Carolina: and the maUl all ad- within eight calendar months from I day of August 1961; otherwise the I II nn ii1. "
I and all enjoyed bathing cannot resist the woman first publication, of this notice. I allegations) of said. Complaint Will I' '
the .
Youngblood. FrRnl.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. .
North '
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwcll Tuesday trouble dress Is Box 029, Henderson, .n,'
of confessed
taken by
I be as
other forms of recreation. At five himself into a heap otherwise said claim or debt will b* you. fll. ,:
A profusion of Mr. and Mr,. Fred Johnson and CHrolina. I notice shall be published "
evening. summer aspirantthat barred by the Statutes of This Clerk
nerved picnic when a tells an opera You are hereby notified that a .r I'
I o'clock lunch was week for four
blossoms In of son and William Prevatt of Waldo; Ions. I once each consecutive( lor"
a variety artistically Divorce b.. been filed iii
blended hues decoratedthe Mrs. M. L. Ennls Mr. and Mrs. tyle. after supper those that. da she has the> voice of a fish- stilt against for you In the shove named Carl Johns, 1!:,LJmaa'j I weeks. In the Bradford Count]} Tele. "'h;; .. rh ti LbfeIlrd I,'
bathingagain.. wife.This Jady's husband happensto Cnurt and cause. and you are required | Coin' '", 'II
Jack- sired went
Invited Marvin Jaokson and George >aed this ISth day of July, 1951:1 aThi.
rooms guests
party editor of New York'smost to serve a copy of your answer ,
be the SEAL, J. ThotnsaiClerk
) A.
of Jacksonville; Mrs. Alice Mr. Luther Q. Savage NOTICB TO APPIPARIs :, (OFFICIAL .
were Mary Rivers Stubblnn, Jane i iRlcharde. son Mr and or pleading; to the complainton of the Circuit .
Court I
Yarborough via- powerful scandal sheet and Neal I>, Circuit, i ....1. Bradford Cf.>..t once nph ,
Jewel Davis/ Mr. and Mrs. William and their three children were the Plaintiffs Attorney yKlorlilat Py Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk ivi ""k' '.
Carolyn Crews makes full in Rvans, Jr., 103 Law Exch nBHnllillnn .> la C. himrery.Thelma I weekk |In thuLntd ...
nr use of It an effort toframe" n.
Parker, Patricia.Wlllard. Nancy and children of Jalnes- ,aing In Lawtey !test Monday) JackHnnvllle. Florida and Ward Moore, Plaintiff, ... 720| 4t 810Of | ar ph.: ""Winc,

Bates Qvleda and. Lomlith Grlffls .!villa and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johns (I noon. Mr. Savage/: taw' In the him. I' file the original In the office of the Stephen Elliott Moore, Defendant 15-j-1;; : ( Ih. I"h It

and Fredda Dees. At the con and their children of Klngsle I'Lawtev school for u". term but Is Janet Leight enters from way_ ("lurk of the Court on or before the Case No. SB43 Proceeding For -Ike doling Of OFFICIAL. IEAL 'a.,'
clusion of the games cookies and Village. Friends wtll be glad to now located "' Lillie' Rock Ar' below the Mason-Dbcon line and 27th allegations dRY .of August of said tulIp Complaintwill othrwlethe Saute: Stephen T*> Appear.To Ullott: Moore, whose To Whom It -4 Ma7CU.crrR 5tr0.t- P.y Myr! T t.f '''h\. ,

lemonade were served to the play:/!know that Mrs. E/.J.'Yarborou&h Kansas. They spent their vacation while acting as a super in one of I he taken as confessed by you. residence and address' I.: Unknown.You You will take notice that the .no,.;
tim recuperating nicely following a fvorida and were on their way his ruins This notice jihall be publishedmie are hereby notified that a Roard of County "omml..lon..re of 'or", F.-
In operas Inadvertently the to
ers. esch week for four coneeruitiveweeks and lit
She and Mr. Yar- suit for Divorce restoration Bpadlord Count" Florida upon the Cir'uj' ."... 'PI'r'
serious illness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H Pringle and /tome. performance and Is suspected of In the Bradford County Tela.II'rAph. "f> maiden name has been filed petition of qualified lend owners llipila, InVaiter I.. ,I
borouch extend sincere apprec against you In the above named will l:00 A. M. O'cloek \ I I' .
at : the
of Auhurndale Mrs. L. G. Teston and Mrs. Carl being a tool of the editor's. However on .
their Harry this 211th of 1951.
son Dated day Julv,
kindnesS Court and and irace
tlon and than<* for the. cause you are reulred Olh day of August A. D. 19&1. at its Dill
visited Mr. and Mr*. P. 8, Crews theirnenJs while Prevatt entertained last week the various complicationsare (OF1<'lCIAI. 8HA1A.. J. Thomas. to serve a copy of your an. Olflt'e' In the County Court }louae .....'

and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers shown them by with a Stork Shower for Mrs. Karl finally Ironed out in a blast Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk wrr or pleading to the complaint In I"rk". Bradford County Fiori.d. Nolire To Aippp. c."
T. Denver
.hB was m. Ey Myrtle Deputy on the Plaintiffs Attorney T. Frank consider and determine Whether. 1'0: 11.- ..
i during the past week.Accompanl..d Mr. unit Mrs. John Williams Teston at !the home of Mrs. Pre of music and humor. 7127| 4t 8J17TO ; /indrnm, Htark, Florida and file or not'tbe County will vacate. "ban.d"n. reside II'

. Celyne Crews vatt. the orlxinnl In the office of the discontinue and cia... the h..r. Wood I
by Clifford of Mont- adapted
/ son The from
inelr picture was
end| o'rl1 APPKAH Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be. matter descriled street and "Y. ''''f.

ot Lawtey Mrs. Marlon Crews, Jr. fernery Alabama spent the past Gene Griffis who spent several Preston Sturges broadway playof IA CumulI I:"..t. 11r.lt.... Coaalr, nre the 13th tiny..of August 1961; whether or not the County will r.. I You HI<, It ,
and their little daughter N-'* weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. weeks In Marianna visiting his the same name.RemodeUrg Fliirtilnl la Chaacery thxrwlse the all Katl' visited Mr. and Mrs. Vrni ">eS, Cl..n Frances Whyte, Plaintiff, vs Complaint will b* taken as con ,the County and public In and to Pefefliat' 1 id 1
Williams.Mrs. grandmother! Mrs. Fords returnedto Defendant.Case' enrd by you. land or lot.r..t. .ltulIl- flied "kln.t ,
Charles K. Whyte, J coy therein
,.....*e*<*. Returning 'Inth.u.
In Plant City last Calvin Williams and her his home here last Saturday No. 85.8 This notice shall be published I.d In Bradford County, Florida to- Court Cud .1.
Crows for a Permits nee each week for four consecutive qulr..d 10 Inl"
with >if'* dauichtors Sandra and Sherrie \1lce TA Appear.Tc "wit 'Otto a ,
}" .and Mr. Crews wereFridrf Miss Enza BlanchaTd was a : Charles R. Whyt, whose weeks In the Bradford County Pine, Street" In B.V.. Hayes. ewer or puadi,.,. I fp _
and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd have been Issued By City rexldanca Is: Unknown. Tfleirraph. Hub Division, In Sections 84 AS3 .. on the Plaintiff. .V--i, '
business visitor Jacksonville
Libby Curtis. Nell and this 11 til of 1951. .
Dated day July Z.andrtjn,
visiting relatives In Atlanta and inRlnggold. You are hereby notified that a Township I South Range 23 Storks. F2l
n H. Pees of the Central Florida last Monday suit for Divorce has been filed (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Esst. Said Sub Division Recorded the orl"lnal In it. '' ''l
Georgia since Friday. Remodeling permits totaled sffslnst you In the above namedCourt Clerk of the Circuit Courl In Plat 8. page 48, Publto Clerk of the. I'lr: ,ii C D/f,/ ,

cliy. Mrs. Williams and their daughterswill Mrs. Jewell Royal of Tampa 2,100 in Starke this' week accordIng and cause and you are required Dy Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy Clerk T.nnea.... ..... .._ ft'__ _n..iv.a.__n. I'__._.n'v'.'#' fore the ih A.., .-. 1lrl.
. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfel- remain In Rlnggold until the was a recent visitor of the W. F. to serve a copy of your an 1113 4t ill Florida. I otherwise tin ;i .;;II:'
low were Sunday visitors of Mr. to records in the City Hall. ...... ni"> nleMctltitf"' to- the dtmnlttlntnn Thin July InS 11)1.Tne ) I Complaint will i be
arrival later in the month of Moore family. the Plaintiff's Attorney, JosephK. NOTICE TO APPEAR Board of County Commissioners I fesned by y",u. Ial.
and Mrs. Manassa in Green W. T. Marshall
George was granteda
1k M-Sgt. Calvin Williams who has Blain Teston who has been confined Skipper 221 Graham BuildingJacksonville r. Circuit Co.... Bradford C....7l of Bradford notice Ihll It
i, Cove Springs. permit for $2,000 worth, of remodeling Florida and file the ? ..rlrtai !a Caaarery.rm County Florida. once each Went far tot,
been stationed In Alaska for many to Riverside Hospital Jack' original In the office uf the Clerk' By.M.. O Harrell. Weeks In th. Prall.
Mr. and Mrs. Elzle Staffordand on the old Sparkmui Hominy Cutter, Plaintiff vs. Te''lIraph.DAlod' .
months. of the Circuit Court on or beforethe Chairman.
sonville returned to his home here Howard Iaul Cotter Defendant
their son Steve and their Bridal Shower home on the N. W. corner of 27th day of August, 1951 otherwise Case No. 8651eflee 711| St 818.| ibis 11110 4iy'
visitor Miss Vivian Collins of last Wednesday.Mr. Church and Call Streets. the allegations of said Complaint IV Ttt Appear.To __ (OFFIf'IAI SEALI oil
Tuesday afternoon of last week will b* taken as confessed by : Howard Paul Cotter, whose NOTICE TO rHEOITOR" Clerk nf tho Cbt-
Macclenny. were guests of relatives and Mrs. L. B. Crosby Jr., By
,Mrs. W A. Knight ws, hostess at Paul Raymond .waa granted a you', residence In: care of Superintendent I. Ta. Court .r tk* ( ....,. Judge,. 1IIyrtl. T. Den.r.o..
In Frostproof and In Jacksonville ''III shower Miss were weekend guests of Mr. and permit to add another room anda This notice shall be publishedonce Ward 83, Veterans hospital, Tuecaooea Hrar.r complimenting each week for four consecutive Alabama. I.. Prliat. -
while on vacation last Mrs. L. H. Futch. On Sunday the
I Marilyn Jones of Olen St. Mary porch to his garage apartmenton weeks In the Bradford County Tele"rf You are hereby notified that a In re: Estate of J F. Klckllter, Deceased I. ('Ircult'.0'1'11''.': TO tpp1
week. Fulches and their attended (
guests suit for Divorce and other relle .*has .rl. l"tIwt
whose South St. The work will cost
Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs.' wedding was an event of the'Crosby reunion at the home of >aeil this Iftth day of July, 195t. been filed against you In the above 'I.. All Creditor'. end Persons. Ha..- :Sarah FI..ld.' i la ( Canopy.
Saturday. July 28. The Knight about M ' George Elston moved! to their nnmed Court and .u." and you arerequired hag flalma or Deaumaa A.ala.t Said Defendant II
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Sr. In Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
borne to nerve a fit answer Estate c..
was the setting of the par- copy your t
new home In Gainesville whereI Starke. I NOTICE To APPEAR Py Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy Clerk or pleading to the complaint on You and each of you are herebynotified Netice Ta App.'.
Mr. Elston entered the law school ty and garden flowers were effectively I. ("b..It C..rt. H.. arranged In color harmon Mr and Mr. W. F. Moore spent' !. CaaMoar. Illpley, 220 Lynch Building Jacksonville claims and demands which you address !It: t'nbau", .
t of the University of Florida. I to enhance its charm. In contests the weekend at Jacksonville Nancy Ann We.ton. Plaintiff ?. .. ISOTICE TO APPEAR. Florida and file the orlgln- or either of you may have against suit for are tirrrkr |nOl, D
I. Circuit Court. Bradford Coanty.rlf Divorce
I Mrs. H. P. Galney of Brooker Cyril L. Weston Defendant.Case al In the office of the Clerk of the the estate of J. F. Klckllter. deceased against HU
that carried out the bridal theme Beach. rfdei I. Chancery. I you In ih.
No. 8562l Circuit Court on or before the 20th late of said County to the 1M
and her visitors Mr. and Mrs. R. > Court and
Rutty Franklin Hudiclns
Mrs. C. A. N.'I l <<. T. Appear. Plaintiff day of August 1961; otherwise. thelleffatlons County nun "mr,|
B. Raulerson of Pahokeo, weresupper Roberts Br. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish of Jacksonvillespent vs Paul Osborne Huda-lns Defcnd.Innt. said Judge of Bradford County, quired to .orv. a mm, VIswer f
To: Cyril L. Weston whose reelnoe of Complaint will Florida at his office In the courthouse
Lorenao Orlffls were prize win- !the weekend here with his, <* Is: 1700 Hansom Street Case No. 8640 be taken as confesned by or plraillnr to f
guests of Mr. end Mrs. R.I %,,'I..* To Appear.TII' .. you. of said County at Stark, on the Plaintiff* Atlnnwl
I W. Brannen Friday ners. Assisted by Miss Bernice parents Mr. and Mrs. V. R Red Philadelphia fa. : Paul OHborne Hudslns. whose This notice shall be publishedonce Florida I within eight calendartno'nths I.andrtim.. fltR.k.. Flmtl.
Brldwell You are hereby" notified that a each week for four consecutive from th* time of th* firstpubliratlon
the honoree the
I opened her resldem-e and USNSNW original In off.I
Mrs. O. T. Dresden from Jacksonville dish. suit for Divorce and restoration of : Box til'l:, York :.rne..av'r.'a. ,. weeks In the Bradford! County Tale.graph. of this notice. Each Clerk of the rircullCwl thi /
; spent this week with her lovely gifts and after their display maiden name has been filedsgslflat claim or demand shall be In writing fore
You the
Visitors at the Methodist Parsonage are hereby notified that a 11th lay of Ay I
sandwiches andcake were you In the above named suit for Divorce has been filed hated this 17th day of July 1951. and shall "'81. the place of resdenes !-* otberwise the allpiritloel
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. Durden. served. with during the week were Mr Court and cause ant you are reulrid against you In the above named (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. 3. Thomas. and post office address of Complaint will I tit ult'l
Sunday Carolyn Crews and her punch. In to serve a copy of your an- *,, Clerk of the Circuit Court the claimant and shall be \
tl and Mr. S. I. Sellers, Mrs. FrankP. r tirt and cause and you are required sworn feswed hv you, r
eluded the bride's Intimate wer or pleading. to the complaint I-y Myrtle T. Deputy Clerk .
friends Dvaver. to by the claimant his ...nt. or \
to of This
Jewel serve A answer notice hill
guest. Parker of Miami. accompanied copy your bi
'4 Wood and Miss Helen Walters on the Plaintiff's Attorney Nest D.
from the 720| 4t 810ItOTICR | his attorney and any such claim or
Farm and adjacenttowni. or pleading to the complaint once each week fi., fonrtLweeks ,
, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert OvftTix: Jr., I OH taw Kxohange Bulldnir
demand filed shall b void
of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs on the Plaintiff Attorney, T. Frank not so In the ErtdlMI
''I Crews of Starke to Montlcello Jiii-ksonvllle Florida and file T.nndrum rltarke, Florida. and file TO APPEAR: A. J. Thomas. TII''lfr."h.Pnt.1' .
Wrlncr Rout H. H. Johnson of Sarasota Florida the original In the office of the Ihe original 'In the office of the In Circuit Cnmrt. Bradford CovatyiFlorldai As executor of the Last Will rind tlllt 11th 'itT.1
I where they were dinner guests of At the home (Clerk of the Circuit Court on or he- Clerk of the Circuit Court on or he.fi la Caaarfry. Testament of J. F. Klckllter (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.l
of her
4 Mr. and Mrs. John Crews. parents Mr. ore the 27th "..y of AiiKUst 19ft1.: ..re the 13th day of August 1051: NIcholHt lielopouloi*, Plaintiff, vs. deceased. Cl'j-k if thiflt.1
Frances Caldwell was the overnight and Mrs. O. E: Crews. Carolyn Little Miss Irene Moore who otherwise. the slIcfrAtlnna. of saidl'ntnplalnt l ntherwlne the allegations of saidlTh.mplaint Maria Karakatnanl Delopoulnn, r>.- First publication July 11th 1951. By Myrtle T Dea'fI iDr, ]
! Crews entertained with a weiner spent a month In Tampa with her will be taken as con- will be taken as con- fondant Case No. 854T 7113 4t 83|
guest of Rivers feeced by you.
Mary ,
fi'MM**! by you. .
roast grandfather Rev. E. D. Boyer re -- -
Thin -
bins In Starke Sunday. Friday evening. This Informal I notice tin 11 he publishednee This notice shall be published '.
i turned to her home here last each week for fmir. consecutivetveokn
affair was given In honorof ; iwe each week for four consecutive
Following visits with theIr! In the Itrailford County Teleraph. weeks In the Bradford -
their Visitor Jewel Parker of week. I, County
grandparents Mr. anil, Mrs. L. TeloB-raph
Miami. Out-door games afforded M. B. Futch of Jacksonville wasa D"t..d this tnth day of July 1051. Patel, this 11th day" of July 1551OFFICIAL
Iturdcn Miss Faye Gordy and her (OFKICIAT SKAT.) A. J. Thomas.Clrk .
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
brother. Junior entertainment during the party business visitor here last FrI- of the (Plrcnlt Court r
't Qordy have returned Clerk of the Circuit Court
to their home In Baltimore hours. Enjoying the courtesy day.Mr. ry Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy: Clerk By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk : SPECIAL \

Maryland and Eva and June Tate were about forty boys and, girls of and Mrs. Hubert E. Priest 7Z7| 4t 8117ii l 713| 4t 8.3

I to theirs In Jacksonville. the teen-age group from tho Farm and Miss Loraine I'rlvst and their Circuit (Court llradford CouMly, 'rlCB TO APPKtl ,

Mr. and Mr. and near-by towns. guests Mrs. Morene Summerlineand Plnrlili la ( humerr.Annahelle In Circuit Court, Bradford County,
W. Brannen.at.Q nevlnnny, Plaintiff, vif. Florida In Cnaarerr.lecter .
tended .the re-union of the decendaots Enroute from Tennessee to their sons Joe and Edmond daugh. Harold Devlnney.. Defendant T J. Unrp.r Plaintiff, vs. Beth t ONE WEEK ONLY jjj'

Q of Mr. and Mrs. home In Fort Lauderdale Mrs. J. ter Mrs. Ernest Williams of 'Jacksonville ; .t Cuse No. SBHt i..:. Corser. Defendant. _
4 '1 Phillip .O_ tf..ii..b. .n.' T Y* T*__.*_*_._ Order of iLii..11ti.5, Anil Nolli'e TotilVIIr > .. 3 Case No B37 SUPPLY LIMITED ORDER TODAY I !
"y 1 e .i. nuIIurIcs) were attending the Tobac. !liT\'1'1 OP Kl.OlllnV T..l :Notice TA Appear.. ) -

I Jr. were Tuesday overnight guests I co sale In Lake City Wednesdayof llnrold lievlnnev, .whose residence To: tloth H. f'orser, whose reel
d t \ of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney. and .address In: Unknown lint whose dene Is: ion Katherine Street Medina
\ -. "I'I last week. Later they visited, last known residence and address New York. .

I Thursday Mr. and Mrs. W. N. the Stephen Foster Memorial near wns 0&3 Knnt Whit.hill street, Ru,'k You are hereby notified that n 1951 MODEL
North had as their luncheon Mill. Mouth Carolina suit for Divorce has been filed
II High Springs. You are required to .appear' on against you In the shove named _
I Ii guests the former's brother and Alimt 27. 1951, In the ahove nnm.d Court and Tausa, and you Are required -

sinter. J. 1... North of Langwnod Cntirl anil mime, wherein .plnlntlffseeks to serve a copy of your answer -
i and, divorce. ftrsdrord County or pleading the complainton
Mrs. Minnie Shields of. Or Telegraph shall publish' this Order. the Plaintiff's Attorney Znth (I
LONG BRANCH In tiHxt, four wei-klv 1 Imuins. DuilKlns, nflO Lynch Rtllldlns, Jacksonville .
: Witness m* lint anil nffl Inliial Florlilu, and file the origin. ) SEWinG
_d I nt mark.., Florliln this July al In the office of the Clerk of the mAHln'EWITH (
!Mrs. i. L. Strickland
! : : : ._ : Ill 23r.I I U.O"'lrlCIAI. Circuit. Court on or bfore the 13th
lando.WANTED ( SKAr.,> A. J ThoniHS dav of AiiBTUKt loll : otherwise the
. A. Clerk. f.f said. Court. allegation of said Complaint will
II BUY Preaching services at Padgett By Myrtle T. Denver Deputy Clerk. be taken as confessed by ynu. I A MOTOR MADE BY LI
to Church were well attended last oreen Ur"l'n"awn., fUarke, Florl4a. This notice shall be published THE FAMOUS
once .each week for four consecutive DELCO
PULP WOOD Sunday with a good message by Attys. for ntV 787| 4t |17NOTICH weeks In the Bradford County DIV. of GENERAL MOTORS ACME
, '
Telesraph. 10 DAY
Vondee Durrance. He is taking
TO APPEAIlIn Dated this lAth day of July, 1951.
CROSS TIES this little church pver for'a while Clrealt Court llradford Cuaatr (OFFICtAT SRAT.) A. J. Thomas, ''TRIAL"LAN

and see what he can do with it. Klorlitat la Caanrery.Nancy Clerk of the Circuit Court.
and Pine Timber K. Qamblnn Plaintiff -.. Iry Myrtle T. Denver, Deputy Clerk
LET US CHECK His appointment will be announced I'eter Carl tiamblno. Defendant. 713| 4t S3OTICR ,

later. The dinner was enjoyedby Case No. 8584 1\
\i flc* To Appear.. > TO AFFECTS
O all-and I mean there was Tot Peter Carl Gambtno. whose I. Circuit ,....... Bradford foaaty.
YOUR FIREINSURANCE some dinner there We will still residence and address 1st 299 Bust! KlArldai In <........,...

Will Pay meet there every 5th Sunday aod Avenue, Buffalo. New York. W. O eleer, Plaintiff vs. Sylvia 8.
You are hereby notified that a Iel.er, Defendant.
NOW take our dinner with us. suit for Divorce has been. filed Case No. I5J

Highest Cash PricesFOR The Union'' Meeting of the Black against you In the above named :Notice T. Appear. :
Court and cause and you are r.. Tof Sylvia. H Ie|>er. whose resi
Creek Association was held at quired to serve a copy of your an. dence Is: taU: iliad loon Avenue, New
'" .. ANY SIZE TRACT Maxville !last Friday and Saturday.We ewer or pleadlnv, to .the complainton York Cite 3a.. New York. _
the PlaInt..Wf'a Attorney T. You are hereby notified that a
\'lEi" are still trying to get the Frank Landrum Starke, Florida suit for Divorce has been filedagafnst .
'" .... I Adult Training Union organizedhere and file the original In the office you In the above named -
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Court nail
on cause
and StrvUtQiirantte
are Tur
you required -
at the Mission of the Long I
or before the 171 h day of Auarust. to serve a copy of your answer -
l Branch Church. We still need 19R11, otherwise. the alterations of or pl"ndln.. In the complaint
} aid CompUInt will be taken as nn the Plaintiffs. 'F
Charley E. Johns eon Attorney., Iloih-
E'ffldONNEY helpers. Someof you people who fumed by you. stein A Warren ana Smith Building Llb.roITrods4ii

Agency A. do not attend a T. U. anywhere This notice shall ha pul>ll: Med 211 1':. Fornylh Street. Jacksonville. :
once each week for foia> ronHeciitlveweeks Florida and file the orlctaal In the Allowance
Phone IS STARK, FLA. else come on and help us. The In the limdford County Tele office of the Clerk of the Circuit _

At Starke Taxi church will get credit for having S-rsph. Court on or before the 13th day. of
Ptd, this Uth day nf July lust. August ISM: otherwise the
PHONE a Training Union whereas now It (OFFICIAl SBAt.l A. J. Thomas tiffS of said Complaint will aliena be ;
150 l Is listed without one. This Is for Clerk of the Circuit Court. taken as confessed by ycoi. T
Starke Fla. allnot Strlcklands. Py Myrtle T. Dusver, Peniity Clerk
727| 4t III7oTirn /
"._"tI". THB TRAVCLEKS. Hertford Minnie Lee Gurr and sons have _____ Dr.SeymQur '
gone/: to Jacksonville to visit a few \ TO AFFECTS .
--- la rirrnlt _
( curt llradford .
Ceaatr, I
I days- and will probably be return- PlnHdnt IN ..........,. 'a.-N .- 5 Ii II -

--- Ing to California soon. r.ols T. Taylor "Plaintiff ".. Jeff I). i.als
Taylor. Defendant.
Case No. *5< I 'Mfttlr T. ippear.To' Eyes Examined

: Jeff n Taylor ....hn.. rest. Glastes It.i
den. and address Is', 1nknown Fitted
This LAKE GENEVA Ton are hereby notified that a 121 W.
sulf for Divorce has been filed Call St.

as-ilaxt' you In the above named Ph. 219 Starke Fla.
Ity lllunche Cunningham *ourt and entice. anti you are required I
to serve a copy of y..ur an* -
"w..r or pleading to the r.tmplalnt
could nn the Plaintiff' Attorn.v. T :

happen Mrs. A. F. Hall and children of Prank T.nndrum.. fltsrke, Florida O.eIe _________________
Jacksonville Mrs. H. M. McRae and file the original' In the offlc.
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on use 5.eI.r$
and Mr. and Mr. R. Myrlck and or before the 11th day of Aurust.

c daughter of Pine Level were recent IIBII otherwise the allea-stlone of LetWash Us Thoroughly FOR FREE HOMEDEMONSTRATION
aid. Complaint' will be .
m YOU taken .
of Mrs. Sue
guests confessed by you. Your $ 95
Mrs. T. M. Finley and daughterare This notice shall be published Clothes
one. each week for four consecutive 19 .
newcomers to our town. They

formerly lived in Stark p a Fonnds

The condition of "Dad' For-

1//1// sythe who is in a Jacksonville Announcing For 40c! SEE COUPON BELOW

nursing home remains about the FREE Bleach If Desired!

same. ESTAnLISILMKST temple A... Stark

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Watkins of
Jacksonville spent Sunday with CRUMP

WhtU can be sheared off bwe ttnlfie friction l la tvhcel Mr. Watklas' mother. Mr. Ida S

bearings that are not ss/ely lubricated. Car manufacturer Gentry and sister. Lillian.Ermaat ENGINEERING -
We Win S
Davis tie -
I recommend that wheel bearings be repacked every 3,000 or all right for himself.seems to H* having doug & CONST. CORP. I ACME VACJ1JM STORES INC.- S -

10.000 miles depending on make. For safety's sake drive ia caught several large one. as Well Dry Your Clothe 408 W. Forsyth St. .

today and let us Inspect your wheel bearings, clean and as his limit in bass recently. 1032 Hendricks Are. For 20c I Jacksonville FloridaI .

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Foray the
repack them with Sinclair Litholiae the superior -wheel -

and children art home from a two Jacksonville, Florida b New I Without ObIigatjon
bearing lubricant. Automatic Driers! I J w6uJd like of jtb'
FREE demonstration
weeks vacation spent In ConneU. a I wonderful 1'tEW PORTABLE a home

vllle. Pa.SUPPIR. Sewing Machine at $19.95.State .
Service Center StationSeeber Registered Name
MHAT MARKING INK.aiHuaatecd ------------ --
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SURVEYORS -------------------- -
to conform to V. S.Dep AddressI

D. Goodmanu. &. of Agriculture cuJatlo... and CIVIL ENGINEERS The Washeteria _------------------ ___ .--
301 at So. 4 ot, bottle ISc. Bradford ( I City --
Limits -
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F. D- Send Specific Directions.

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N I Dr. Roy Kemp weekend with Mr and Mrs. Lloyd. I and also visiting at Alachua with! Davis,.who.waa'killed in' action-in nniun
IN OUR __ I Notion' I- \I'r.\. glen to all
Conducting RevivalAt BROOKER Barry and children.Mr Mrs. Bill Gainey and family.Mr. Korea.: crodltora. ain.1 ritlninnt ,r tht Efltttfft -
and Mrs. H. D. Lynn of and Mrs.H., B. Crosby" had The Leo Smiths and little son Kdlthun, Alntliit1. dc.'eosed! i
I Pine Level ChurchI Mre. E. J. Lewis. Laeoocheo spent several days this as guests recently Mr. and Mrs Webster visited the T. W. Mar- of that rountn you aro to of file rlalmx your MiHtfmunt with' the
I i week with the O. W. Barrys. John D Anderson of Panama City keys during the weekend. Mrs. County Judge of Rrntirurd fnunty
-.It. nirthday Celebration Edna and Betty Teuton spent Mrs. Anderson remained for several Smith !la the former Miss Blanch within* tint eight' publication calendar hereof month of G"lomth the
C. C Deese and son.. James and i last week visiting their grand- days with Mrs. Crosby, who Bergdorff, a member of the Brook I nolle or the claim will t>. barredby
I Kenneth, all of Santa Fe and o. mothr, Mrs. Alice Davis, In Titus. Is a cousin while Mr. Andersonwas er- school faculty'ln 1929-30. I the the 20th Statute day of of July.Imitation 1911. This JI
Methodist.: ChurchThe W Barry celebrated their birth. VWMr. on business In Jacksonville. I Eugene C Chmon, Admr
Church Mr. l and Mr*. Tom Edwards of I J
I I day anniversaries with a dinner and Mrs, M. I. Ogden of Mr, Bill Galney of Alachua I 7130 4t SilO l
Worthington Spring Sunday -
of First Methodist and swimming at Hampton Porapano visited relatives here spent last weekend with Dire spent -
Church Church of party '
Baptist /last week. with' their daughter, Mr. Eva 1'IOTU..1T. '
UK public to wor-I Starke cordially: Invites you to attend Lake Sunday. Present to enjoy The Sila Curtis Melvin ''I Harrell. Whom It Way Co.rrrat 'i
air-condl.1 I services of worship on Sun v this occasion with them were Mr Qool.bys of Little Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lewis of I Thin' in to all whom It may co..
-ompletely I I I River visited Mrs. Doris Kelly Miss Mamie Clark Is spendingthis ecrn. that I have. filed my Final Return
day, 8. and Mrs. ; Plant
during these hot The Church School Raymond Crews Mr.last week. City were guests one day with County Judge of Brailcorl
ng morning begins at 9:45: a.m. with a class and Mrs. W. C. Tompkins and Miss -!P PI last week of his slater, Mrs N. week visltng In Palatka. I County, and will l on the 80th day <,( 1
'. Sunday the messageHaystack" for every age group. .. '/I "'Nd.- Mae Hinden of Jacksonville, Mr,I 1>lr. and Mrs. Clarence Jacksonand ,IC. Mott, and Mrs. Groover !Moore. Mr. and Mr. Horace Stoke and, charge AUKUHC,a 151. KlxiMitrlx, apply. for of Final the ISntJta D',.
bring children of Jacksonville
II I were"
and th/e Rev Thomas O. Mitchell will\ .ke. \ t.; : ; I and Mrs. H. D. Lynn of Lacoochee, j L.M "' JV. Moore and daughterliV.ifw Mr. Bertha Stoke attended the' of P. A. Johanaon.This .
a music. Sun preach at the 11 o'clock service on !')" I Mr. and Mr. J. E. Hardy and weekend guest of the Malcolm Myt'1'1I pent la1 weekend 5th Sunday Primitive Baptist 1051. lat publication. July 0th,
gperial f the message the sermon topic, "The Forgiveness !$ I children of Starke, Mr. andMrs.. Lewl es. I *. Groover Moore. meeting to Jacksonville last Sun- i.oyr.e Kartmnnn,
at eight I Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas Mr. and' Mrs.
Warren day. Kxecurlx: of the Estate of
of Crosby
Sins. ; C. C.
The Lord's i Dress and children, Santa .
"Sin Reigns. Supper .
will be I and sons visited her parents,, Rev and children of .oSt.. Petersbhrgwere P. A, Johanion.
will be preceded by a, will\ be served at the close of the Fe, Mr. and Mrs. I* W. Barry and I 7110| 4t 810|
service!! and Mrs. C. A. Crosby, at Penney! ;weekend guests o<.. he s. MMott _
by the Youth and Mr and Mrs. O. W. .
concert"' .
Farms last weekend. ,., '
Jones. I The Senior and Intermediate' Barry of Brooker. ? : : '."
d by George Awl I t Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Edwardsand Wright Crosby of GreensboroIs
'Youth .
Fellowships finer Roast
the piano.| meet at 7pm.
ppy Hour family of Tampa were Sunday spending the week here with his PHONE 218
Mrs. Morse and Miss each Sunday evening and enjoy I Dr. Roy A, Kemp of FOrt A large crowd of friends and guests of Mrs. Eva Harrell.Mr. cousin, Richard Crosby.Mlsa ATTENTION
IPlld the singing by a "Fellowship H<>ur" In the recrea- Worth, Texas, nationally known relatives attended a weiner roast
and Mrs. Philip Crosby and Helen Barry last COLONIALFLORIST
Ration of familiar tlonal building at the close of the I evangelist and Bible teacher" 1 18 at Hampton Lake last Friday spent It You Have
son, Raymond, and Mr. and Mrs. week In Lt'eaburlr with her grandparents -
evening service.At night In honor ,
of Tetatone
preaching Truby
nightly the
at Pine Level
the Warren Crosby and children of Mr. and Mr. J. A. PINE OR CYPRESS
8pm. evening service Baptist Church who celebrated his 23rd birthday:
frhool meets at 9:43: aucordlng to anannoun..empnt St. visited\ relatives
Petersburg '
the subject will Conerly. "'"
M of teachers and ofire Prove be "Can You by Rev. W. E. Hall, anniversary. here last weekend and attendedthe Mr; and Mrs. Wilson Green and TIMBER TO SELL' w
Vacation .
pastor of the chruch.Dr. lllble SchoolA
for the more than The 11th Crosby family reunion at the children and Mr. and Mrs, Howard ,,,..
Chapter of Hebrews
large'crowd of folks
Kemp's lectures young Large or Small Tracts
Orle Wig- are being
fattemters will be the theme of well home of the A. L. Crosbys in Douglas and children are enjoyinga FltO W E
Late, Superintendent. the Bible attended. During the week are attending a Vacation Bible R S
gather at 6:43: for Study and Prayer Meeting on he plans to lecture on "The End School at the Brooker Baptist Starke. two weelm vacation at Brooklyn We Buy All FOR At2boCASIONSDISH
Jons Mrs N. C. Mott spent last week. Lake : !
membership"for Wednesday evening, August 8, at of Time," using the Book of Revelations Church. It began July 30 and will
church end In Starke with her son-in-law The R. B. Raulersona af m1jj ;\ .
7:30: pm. Everyone Is as the last Pahokae \ .,
the various age cordially basis for his themes. two weeks. All children are PAY TOP PRICESWrite "
? and daughter, the Edgar Wilkinson the weekend with her -
T. Lawson.eervire invited to attend The public Is cordially Invited. urged to attend. spent moth. .
|t ted by J. ,- U. M. .S.! Serial MeetingThe a. er, Mrs H. P. Galney and attended e. ....
T will be held The Lyon Crosbys and son, the Crosby reunion. ( )
jet T:45 with Rev: Wil- At The Tabernacle Baptist Conclude night of W.last 1S.week. met at Thursday KeystoneInn. Larry, of Greensboro spent several Mrs. Carrie Larrimore of St or Call

n i charge in the ab- 'Clarence Successful Vacation The devotional led days here \last week visiting Petersburg spent last week herewith
Melton was by
and .
who will be a group:!, of GARDENS
j' Pastor i I relatives and friends. On Wednesday her sister-in-law. Mrs. Mattie -,
young people from Emmanuel Bible Mrs. Earl Willis. A missionary:
with Rev. School
a i revival they and Mr. H. P Sowell. B. THOMAS
Baptist Church, Gainesville, program was presented by Mrs.James I I P0TTERYPOTTED

presented '
praham.y Gnlney" the Howard Motts, the H. Mr. and Mrs. Alex William of
a fine at the The First \V ThomaX program chairman
welcome awaits thee Baptist Church or
B. Croebys; and Mr and Mrs Jacksonville were weekend LUMBER CO.
guest: PLANTS
Youth for Christ with Miss Lubedla Plnhol-
Starke. meeting Saturday Starke has just closed a most successful
First Carl Roberts, of Starke enjoyeda of her parents, the Dave Green,
evening In, the Tabernacle. Vacation Bible School ewer and Mrs. Eugene Crosby taking PHONE 211-J
and fish fry at Mr. and Mrs. FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
swimming party G. W. Davis and
Featured were musical numberelon There was a faculty of 29 and. an part. Most of the group enJoyed .'. O. Box 735
i Church varied-isntrumente and an l Inspiring :1 enrolment of 150. A dally attendance a swim, after which" a picnic Hampton Lake children spent last weekend! InWaycrl STAKKE FLA.
Mrs. P.V.. Gainey and son, I 8, Ga. where they attended
Iwl message by the young of 144 made a high percent lunch was served. Nona St Stark
at' 10 :
begins am.Hly speaker, Richard Roberts. age of 96 for tHe school. !Mr. and Mrs. Dan Summers and Richard of Dundee are spending 'I Memorial Services Mil Sunday .
hurch. Classed for; children of Wauchula spent the several days hero with her mother for their nephew, M. Sgt. W. M. -'" .:.." .: :. -. :' >
flips. Plan to be In' Another treat-ls In tore for Pastor was principal with "

{1 and Church this I Sunday Rev. Hendon morning Brown August and 19 a, when Gos- the following: Beginner" teachers Dept.:, Mrs.and O.olfleers L. ...._, .-.... ., __ S $ WHY PAY MORE SAVE AT STARLINGS $ $j . : "_ -- '. .

'o'hlp! services be- pel Team tom Toccoa Falls Institute Linsln/ Supt. Mrs. J, Ella Hardy '
LoriTs Supper. servo will conduct the 11 a.m. Doris Vickers, Louree Edwards Prices Good We Reserve 'the
I am. service. Ruth Baker, Dot Shepherd Jua _
.i.-rvice begin at 7 p.m. Visitors at the Tabernacle Sunday : nita Harper, Rose Lee, Inez Brice j j r ffl .
|]ian Endeavor. Evan- Included Rev. Paul Daugherty Misses Joan S11 cox, Sue Bigg -
Mws begin at 8 p.m. I of Jacksonville, his brother, and Julia awsou. Primary Dept. Through Right too
I i la Invited to attendWednesday Rev. Jay Daugherty, and their Mrs. T. B. Harding, Supt., teachers .
ting at mother, Mrs. William:; Daugherty Mrs. Ruth Morse, Cora Dug. ..
i study Is the fifth I of Texas. Also :ittr. and Mrs., Godwin ger, Louise McRae, Thelma Lamb Friday Saturday rar To Limit ,
(Romans. of Jacksonville.\ Ethel Raymond Mary Lawson "
.I I Effle Carter Junior Dept.. Mrs .
..;I Ruth Haines, .Supt., teachers Lau Aug.. 3.4 Quantities
rake Wiggins Hazel
May Powell
Itd < Ors 7 le D'UJHd4e4 I Ritch, and Mrs. Wilbur Scott ..,." ,.,. v v ,.. v. ,
) Intermediate
Dept., Mrs. L. N
1 Pickering Supt., teachers, Mrs u
j Will be the Topic of the Pastor's Sermon j Ada Lawson, Crlatlne Lawson
Sunday Nite at 8 P.M. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson. Schoo! Best Grade
14 OZa
organist !Miss Julia Lawson ..

[ST BAPTIST CHURCH,.Hampton Frmuello 231
Theressa ChristianA

fine crowd attended' service Catsup 19CIIIIIto
,Bible School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 7.P.M.: last Friday* night at the Theressa

PrayerMeeting Wed. 8: P.M.:: Christian Church. Why not planto
attend this Friday 'night at 8
pm.T Bring along the whole family - ... -_- ..
QliltU- tf IIiIi 1CIII'II.jIi -
and tell your friends to come. I Ir.

i. \[ Swluclall again this will Friday bring evening.the message SARDINES tall can 2 for 25c PEACHES No. Can 2 For 35c

$T BAPTIST CHURCH, StarkeRev. Presbyterian ChurchSermon

Lewis D. Haines, Pastorrson 8: "Who topic Say for Ye Sunday That I Am"August ., U. S. No.1 l 10 Lbs. Flaga Short Grain 3 Lb. Pkg.

& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Sunday School at 0:43: : a.m .

PHONES: Office. 234 Pastorium 130 .. Friendship. Class 10 am. Youth

Fellowship 7 p.m. J 29C
D.\Y SERMONS* 11:00: A.M.:: 7:15 P.M. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday c..J Rice 35c

School 9:45 &.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M.\ at 8 p.m.

WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45 P.M. Young Peoples swim party Fri

--r*-mi j j f j j **- *-f-f ffrfr **--rmrnir day August 3 at the Klngaley Lake .

:Message -' "A Needle In a Haystack" home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley

Evening Message "Sin Reigns" All are asked to meet at the -S


Church of ChristCorner _

10th and McMahun: : -

Bible School-10 A. M. 5 Lbs.
Jim Dandy Flat Oil
P.M.Preaching A. M. and 7:30: 4 ForSardines25

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. .

Church of God8th

&: St. Clair SU
OPENINGOF Sunday School 10 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11 am
THE Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p m
1' P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: pm Gulf 39c JCE CREAM "
Qt. 2 Pts
CHRIS. J. NEWBERN Prayer :Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m 37c

St. Edward's. Catholic nmur .g, B I IMH

STUDIO tor.Rev Francis J. Dunleavy, pas Tejlow Rose 25 Lbs. Real Good SmokedBacon Lb.

Sunday Mas at 9:13: a. m.
V..eekly.Mus. at 8: a. m.
Confessions Saturday 5:00: to
3.00: P. ).I. and 7:30 to 8:30: P. 1>r. FLOUR .69
Children's Catechism Classes, 39C
Saturday 10:00: a m.
Adult Religious Instruction
(SATURDAY AUGUST 4TH courses eVery Sunday 7 to 8 P. M.ind .. .

by special appointment.

Opening Special OF LATTFJl IJ \Y SI.NT.S SNUFF lOc SOAP '
Cashmere Bouquet 3
Masonic Temple, Call Street. 25c

[ 8x10 8 Portraits $3.00 morning Sunday 10 School a. m Sacrament every Siftidaj Servo ....--- ----r -------_-... ."." nmipij>
cea 6:30: p. m. A cordial Invitation
IS extended to aILPF"lTECOST.L Frozen Fillet
HOLINESS Apple 2Lbs. For Lbe

_ _
19th St. and Temple Ave.
Sunday School:43 a. m.; Morn

|lre Looted In Drown Building Close To relcom ng'Services Worship 7:00 11: a JV m.m.; Evangelistic Everyone\/ JELLY 25c Perch 29c

Post Office

PORTRAITS THE MODERN {WAY There will be a working at they j

on Evergreen Friday Cemetery AugustlO. near Everyone Raiforif j COCA COLA 6 bottle carton: 19c. PEPSI COLA, 6 bottle carton 19c

1'10" Deposit t lua Deposit
is urged to come and bring tools _
and lunch for the noon hour. 1$ $ WHY PAY MORE SAVE AT STARLINGS $ $



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j' j AUG3-1951 TKVFGR\rn. STABKg. FLORIDA -------- 11111)\)
BRADFORD coUNTY -gi-ggg i = = .

P,\CF. EIGlfT Thomas Gives
Lem Brown Funeral B. T. New

Red Cross Makes I. ,4M Held Thursday Benches To LegionFor you

t Saturday DancesThe
Special AppealFor Lem Brown 69. a Ufelon resident Pictured below are four ,

Flood ReliefJohn flimits To FHA of Bradford afternoon Cr runty,follow died American Legion' Saturday recently built in Starke. T Ile altrllf k;' ;

suddenly Tuesday night dance continued Us upward
In spite of individual
,_, ,' heart attack at his home enternnse
of the I
chairman a attend
A. Torode, -' tag with a paid
of Starke. surge a crying need for small modern housed
outskirts ,
Bradford County Red Cross Chap I oa the ance of 183: people last week. here.er p 8I
4.., 1883 reactivation
lIlt was born January pective of BlandmJ M
wire from National Camp
ter has received a This new series of dances featuring this
requesting the support of ? near Starke to the late Jasper the music of Toby Dowdy pult into a serious problem, if and when they!

the local organization In the spe- |I and Lou Parrlsh Brown He was have been the most popular dances repopulated.] Starke is ripe for a housing
+ of the Corinth BaptistI
clal Disaster Fund now being rained a even sponsored in this area. I no one has come forward with a solution Pro'I ta
I i Church. to .
for flood relief along the MIn- I Strong
Chairman Ray
SurvIvors, besides his wife, Neta
sour 1 and Mississippi Rivera. 1 I announced that the B. T. Thomas tJ
Brown, Include) one son,
Rtatad In that
The telegram part i had donatedten
brother, J. E. Lumber Company
Brown, Starke; one
"$urvpy of flood area Indlcotesdevaala.tlon to -the American
and three benches
destruction oft I grown Starke; sisters
Mrs Beulah Prescott, Mrs. Ida Legion to be used to help alleviate -

homes ports. far Then-fore greater neces-ary than earlier public re l+ ICt, ar' Joodge and Mrs. Myra Dyal l, all of the seating. shortage at these:

I dances.
for five million be over Starke. t;
appeal must Funeral serviced were held yes- Door prizes at the Saturday
Each chapter
subscribed.Its proportionate share' I 'erday afternoon at the grave. night dance were donated by

assume Mr. Torode stated that the loca' I .Ide In Brown Cemetery with Rev, Leila's and the Florida Theatre. I

some letter 1. A. Crosby officiating. Inter- These dances are held each Sat
chapter la mailing out
of appeal' and lIe hopes that me neat followed in the family plot urday night beginning at 9 p.m. I

quota here will/ be oversubscribed. here at the Staike armory under the
that anyone DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home sponsorship of Jones-Langford-
However, Jis urges
( desiringcontribute to this funddo i My w re vas In charge of arrangements White Post 56, American Legion.

at once whether or not a letter i A

>le received. I Mrs. Doicling Wins EAT MORE MEAL I I

1)onuts'On the lion**' ''. r t? ., P w ll t f tr \ Rotary Ironer AND GRITS! Pictured above Is. the, new home of \\', 11. GIIIJaa

iIn i Winkler Contest Blandlng, Road. Though almoHt complete, (the(, IsI\
Will Introdvr>* Senator Charley E. Johns announced In until September. '

'Teenir'' just a
winner of the grand prize, a Hotpoint -
Vlultors/ to Lovett's In Starke today ability but no money to f finance his Rotary Ironer which cli- from Cecil Webb of Tampa president -
will of the Dixie Lily Milling Co..
( Friday) and tomorrow ..' maxed the Magic Key Contest
be treated to a nample. package of plans then I sponsored by Winkler Electric in payment of 10 share of stock
in Bradford-
County Development
I, the new "Teenies" a product of Service for the past few weeks.
Lay's potato chip company. I -1,. -.- .'" A>- ..-II..IU.-. .....tL Her name was drawn for the grand, Enterprises, Inc
-- "Tell to eat
everybody more
Teenlrs are small\ donuts, hard prize by Miss Kay Johnson of
ly as large as a 50-cent piece, but' Maurice probably Treasurer of the FFA In' 1947 and I program Inaugurated by the i Miami, a disinterested party to Dixie Lily meal and grits," Senator

rrtal.i all the characteristic of one of the moat aucieaiiCul Is currently serving a term as Government It provides among the drawing.. tIn I Johns said!, "for we certainly

the full-sized donut. They will be I breeders and raisers of purebred president of tile Bradford County I' other things, for the alteration and I this contest, visitors to the appreciate what Mr. Webb Is do-

stocked by Lovelts from this cattle In the county today and he's Cattlemen' Association. 'I repair of essential farm buildings, More were given a chance to.draw Ing to help build up Starke and

week on only 21 years old. A few months I After his graduation from BHS ,|, for farmers who Vant to farm tull.I the/ "magic key" from a large container I Bradford County"Another
the former time, the Pankhead-Jones Bill check for $1,000 was
ago it was a different Story. He and his marriage to I I provides It the key they drew, un-
school of Halford; Maurice for the purchase of farms at also recently received from Setzer'8
Betty Long I
had graduated from high
chest received -
Rev. A. G. Karnes locked tho prize they
and bought 110 acres south of realized Jhat his 110 acres wouldn't an interest rate of only tour p..rcent Super Store for ten shares
a prize and their name was I
Conducts ServicesAt Ft.irke for pasture land, but didn't io very far In making a success and gives. 40 years to com added to the cards In the grand of stock. -
addto of Then too, he plete the payments. I The development company was
Church have, the money to develop or raising cattle. container. It .was not
Bayless It any further. I( needed additional funds for the Other sections provide for the: prize I organized here last fall for the Two doors down from the OrnhaniK I Is I he m-n I hoists
to anything, just
So Maurice secured a loan tinder Improvement of the land he already purchase and Installation of facll-: necessary the purpose of erecting a factory W. II. lIart.*Th... house will be totnpli-lp. h, the, 11I".1r.
the provisions of the Farmer's I owned and the constructionof I, It'es for heating, cooking, lighting I building to be leased to the Big back In from the lake, Mr. Hart said!

Home Administration and his some building, including: aJiouse. "and refrigeration Another II"C'I II Dad Manufacturing Co., Inf., ... .
I -- -- -- -- ---- --
rnplil! rise In Ms cho">*n profession tlon provides for making a homesafe \\Neicbern Studio makers of 'work clothes The
I I has been
I Iii| little short of amazing I So, he went to Clifford Currie, and sanitary by removing \I Will Open Saturday the factory is now In completed production.
He derided. while still In high Director of the FHA program in hazards to the health of the app'.l,

school that he wanted to raise this district and secured a loan j I cant, his family and the commu Chris J Newbern announces the

purebred Brahma" cattle. And even for $11,100. Since obtaining the I nlty. However these loans haveto II opening of her studio In the Brown Troop 70 Scouts: Win 4e *'

before graduation had become well i loan, he has bought an additional be paH at the end of ten years building near the post office on Honors At Camp"This

known In this section as quite an 208 acres, adjoining his property I So far In the county this year Saturday August 4.

t authority 'on the subject. | built an attractive five room con five farmers have taken advantage Mrs. Newbern is well known year's camp was one of

Ho ion the Grand Championship Crete block house added to his of the FHA program and secured here, having been employed at the"most successful ever," E. T

of the FFA division in the purebred herd, and la 1 just before I I loans totaling almost $ 0,000. Hoover's Studio for 18 years. She Shull assistant Scoutmaster of I

Southeastern Fat Stotk Show In planting SO; acres of pasture land "Maurice EthvarJs U a good example now operates studios in Gainesville local Troop 70 said. Shull accompanied AINaH, aSw

Ocala In 10J7 won the National in grass. I of what a man can do, if her present home, and also the boys to the one

Chicken Judging Content In Water.1 I The assistance given Maurice l II I he will just come to us for the heap: In Lake Butler. week camping session at Camp):

loo, Iowa In 1048 served as State provided for in the .housing i he needs, "Currle said Echokotee In Orange Park last

week. ...

<. Shull said that the boys were! <,,"" ... : : ::; :
. :7.
To Not To -
IrrigateOr IrrigateWould very obedient, worked hard and I

vy accomplished more this year than Ace;. the highway'"from the Harts U the nee' I
.... .. .
I Bradford County farmer : .' "" Norman, Wade Gtaklns and Troy ever before However, he said, the (Buddy) Bishop and family. The trii'tMini atrlal tai*

have had a quarter of a million .I r Bennett Ferguson said that sc fact that the hoys slept In pup front porch are ample e\Idcme that the family.b I

I I dollars more in their pockets this I f fi 'far all of these men have been tents Instead of the customary their new home.

summer if they had been able to i wait satisfied with their projects cabins probably accounted for a .. ,.... ,. ..',
: ,
last I great deal of the extra :: '
Irrigate their crops sprint 1 One farmer told The Telegraph work. .
Special services are being held I They might have collected< that r k I Jan Mundorff carried off honor F ,.":i''. '., .' .. '.
I that he had used ,. ,, _.
< irrigation "
every Wednesday night In the I I much more this year," said County I' on a for the local troop when he ac S '..... ,<

Prayer Meeting at iiuylvsa / Agent T. 1C. McGlane "but'I C '. strawberry crop and that the cumulated six feathers Each ., ,.:".,, .,

t way Missionary Baptist 1I/ilh-//I they, might have spent more than' 4 f ground had crusted up and become feather ia emblematic of a different .

The; Bible Is portrayed from a that In preceding years," he adJeil hard' as soon as the .water was scouting accomplishment

chart called God's Theological/ To irrigate or not to liilgute l 1'1 i 1 1r taken off He said that it didn't during the camping 's8101l. How

Diagram. The speaker Rev. A. O. the question In the mind of most him ever, Shull said all the boys from
help a bit. When
Karnes (above) states that this Bradford County farmers when the Fergusonwas the local troop earned the necessary

enables the public to see and understand subject Is brought( up in routine : IKRUIATION SYSTEM:: -provides farmer with "con asked about It, he said that number of feathers to be awarded '

many things that will be conversation. Some say that they trolled" rain. Hut it Is too expensive! for "cheap" crops' the farmer probably didn't use the camp emblem ..' ,.. .,
very helpful In days to come. Bev couldn't make a particular crop enough water and use It often Richard. Henderson received the 'f, ,," '

J. E. Ladd Is pastor'of the church. without and others I I Life Saving merit badge while .- '
It coining the costs or benef'ts' of enough. He recalled planting six ,1< ., -\... ..
Everyone U welcome to attend couldn't make a crop Irrigation. Whether or not it will acres of Raymond Stefanelll, Don Mc- -.4 .' .,,,."'
plants few
a Clane and Glen
pay a farmer to put In an Irrigation all received
years ago when the weather their -. -' .
.. """ 6 ,I I system depends almost directlyon Will swimming merit .,,. .. ryC
I ..
,',. I his location and how lucky 'he extremely dry. He said that by badges Shull said that Freddie
i '
I using Moore, Lawtey, also received Here In. the new home of Mr. and Mrs..t.
Is, McClane said. Where a farmer Irrigation, he got a 90 percent a
: merit badge for swimming of Monroe Streets. Tin'3. '
has access to water from a stand on the plants while most Lafayette amt )

.' ,'- ,. drainage ditch lake, or something of the other Though they failed to win, the first week of. July.
growers local troop came In second In al"
ou that order and doesn't hare tc
were really having trouble activities Shull trast to the recently pim-ti drill a well and put In a great! deal said and almost approximately 6,000
, of expensive pipe; It will pay But Ferguson said that he planted walked off with best troop award cans produced last year. The activity up trunk to bund

where a man has to drill a well 20 acres of butter beans about In June accounted\ for most acre farm betwe

eight years ago and the New Elk of It when 9,077 number 2 cans Lawtey.
put In overhead drought Official
sprinklers, etaIt's
SO EASY TO U5S: SO Mid thebers
had and 8.962
0' almost all but killed them before he number 3 cans were Ferguson
always a losing proportion
started his "artificial filled The figures for July are of the local l eta";
according to those who have experimented. rainmaking
However, he said the beans not available, yet. he said, but there running a caropli1.
THI rlIII.miREMINGTON! reacted ...ode'doean.t '
There are exceptlo-s, of course. right away to the water and was very little activity anyway Springs this how t

Orange grovel that are worth he had one of the finest crops ol ; i know all *

12.000 per acre can well afford tc butter beans he ever made. k te F.F.A. Chapter Buys as yet.Friday They mean!
be Irrigated, but a man who )has a -When questioned about the cost ti gate1,
PORTABLE Fertilizer sometime
SpreaderAnother home
crop that is worth only about }173: of operating an irrigation system

TYPEWRITERt per acre can't stand the expense Ferguson said that there were nc addition
was made to
figures KindergartenRegistration
and still make after available "There are
money year (the growing list of equipment
WITH AMAZING year It Is believed. just too many variables Involved,' owned by the Bradford County
McClane said that he said. However, he added there
MIRACtl TAS.lets < even agricultural Is little ETA Chapter this week when they
engineers are at a loss doubt but what Irrigation ; purchased a fertilizer Martha SmUhklndl'rKartea IRG
when It cornea to irrigation. 'Many will pay the progressive farmer V R. Ferguson, advisor to the rogiJttl-

farmer try to water their crops It hi. crop Is a big "money crop' 4. group, announced.The held on TuesW tginnlning

from the well that supplies water and! Ills location is right. spreader' Is also designed et 10 1m 1

>for the house and stock and then He said that there was considerable ?' for use as a lime spreader and building. Regular *

... and clean tabulator wonder why the well: goes dry In objection to Irrigation In this $ seed sower; he said The FFA Just I will begin Sept1"

stops from keyboard level .h"I three days. Even engineers can't section because the water had tc .
woo a ftu.lt of the auger. tell how much"water .U likely to be pumped at least 12 feet to gel ,

be In a well lie said until they it to surface height. This cost

USE OUR NEW have pumped from" it three or four too much, many farmers told him r >

day*. He said that many counties have a ......

TYPEWRITERCLUB :::; Mayor Wainwright U half-way number of natural artesian wells Howard R. Davie of Chicago n %nio NEPAIFD1 coLOREDlEI.P1ItI. .

planning on Installing an irrigation and are more fortunate perhaps, Grand Exalted Ruler of i All "I- *- AH "' for "'alnl.no'
system Mr. McClaoo said whea .It comes to Irrigation nevolent the Be Hp..hle ......,. a..rt..N.. Kingl.vPEAT p.or:.
cost : Protective Order elf .
PLAN of I '" C'. .lfr.PlfF.HI
but he's lucky where most farmersaren't. but even It it has to be pump Elks, has announced the appoint r..!_W r ,.... At. ........ PII. "'I1t Ht'IIl'S:' rot'
WainwrIght has a drainage from the ground it still ment of pruol"'o"" r'N
h Flnley Moore
pays < ( I"
Ye,by using out Typewriter Club Plan believea. above) at WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY CAKES Wnndprft ,
canal running right in back of District Deputy Grand Exalted -U up. Ordon taken at Dahm.r'. "...ry Ph"" "
'a small down payment will put the the fields he wants to irrigate and The type Irrigation to be em- Ruler for Florida Northwest This fart PhAp|>.. PhnnJ. tf PoP-ST....; ,.,
6oese portable-the All New RumiagtoaInto to Install FOR 1'11'"'
plans a small dam tc Division
Includes foI'I1IlFR> 'I
ployed varies lodges In Pensa 8EWINO; Machln. O. bnn.
naturally >m-
your home now I -am] you hare a .. block up .. much water aa he with. cola Martanna. Lake pang {...... city, Fla. Phon- UI. ...11111<
number of factors Ferguson City. Ft will repair your \\ ":I1T I':p.11 ...
said f machine In
year to pay the balance plus a small needs. When the water la pale_ Walton. Tallahus.ee. too tip to at k.
Gainesville Condition r..Dn..bl.. \v. an M
charge. So why wait?-come la and test ed. the fall of the ground will that the only system he had used! Panama City Live Oak and Our.rvlr.H". only| .genuine Sinner part .lOon of /i 1 ..
make the water flow evenly onto was surface Irrigation and.. Stark. Moore U can will pick up and .nnv.n ,
this portable beauty to-Jay,It'i Just the the a past Ruler oi 'lllJ'ir s.rvl.e. upon request ill r'a
size. for fastest... best typing performance- the crop and eliminate the use of water had been pumped from the the Lake City Lodge and halF Si.i? Singer machines are avail. I.\ ., {.fi
any pipeline or "This ground. He said held other nn r.a.nnnal. t-ritu HOME: JIo-
truly the only odke typewriter in pen type of irrigation will Mc- Irrigation aystenj WANTED; '
pay", which will per. TO By* FARW-! h ,I tie.Rlandi .
Clane -jald. form beat for you .is based on such 'r. more or I.ss. on .hard road I uRSr
Canning Plant vl"nIL Starke etrk-
or La..t. C. W.
One farmer In the county had a data a* the amount of water avail Quinn' M* (Coll.. 8t, Jaeki.n. rQ'RANTF.n

small berry patch with a road able. source of water, distance Will Close August 1 I .11I. Ctp 'lit La.d'" 1\ I" ..
ditch running right alongside .One from water source to field, eleva After I rOR 5ALW Lare two story hou_ Inc. n .t.t'harm !
BRADFORD COUNTY year the farmer dug a hole la'the lion from the water source to the Record SeasonThe containing iare. .three apartments on rnvid.d f
earn lot Kmole"
situate behind
ditch and Irrigated his small acreage irrigated area number of I First
acres U local Paptl.t Church Stark.. "ttI
with the water from this ditch be 'Irrigated, frequency of Irriga Plant will\ close.community for canning H,005<< .A. J. Thomas, Jr. AdmtnIntretor. Ins asstother ,'.' ... I
However h. said, the Lion kind of the season 4t CI10 tearRot ,
STARKE. next year crop and type of soil August due to /tl .EONR
when the farmer needed, the water. AU systems must be correctly for paying;! the the lack fund WILL bnm.KJ'E.P CHILDREN In my I t

the ditch was a* .dry a* his berry engineered and Installed for maxl V R. Ferguson canning director Instructors, o PrU.t during. Starke school. term. Mrs"C "Tr.'". ". 'I'tj.wallrw
said ttp fi ,
this .
patch waa.Actually. mum efficiency Ferguson said week However "p
very few firmer In but It will pay off In higher yield season' he said this A Church HtllTORT. 0' tb. First l1apU.t right' ..r w "' e
production I'Itar.. '
K, t' .;;-.f'- 'ii. : ., : ,: ., the county are using Irrigation at per acre and crop insurance more than three times|Is already an Intsr.etfng pictorial rIa.. con.."tlon.t" alnln. Is. demigl.. ,d. 1ho.

aiL According to V. R. Ferguson against drought amount canned the total Iron the pastor Re.. :.., rt>
t> .
during the entire Lwl" Haln or Mr. Alma Rnr e'r.
agricultural teacher at BH9 aDd Meanwhile the question still year last ,ear.ThrouSh Hough Church Historian, .at a *
aa avid believer In Irrigation some puzzling Bradford County farmers June 30 nominal prle. It FORDS and rttf/

l I of Ue farmer* us lag it In this I tit: ""Doe It pay to Irrigate or not Ferguson of this year ED. W. .''b."' ...*....
said the LOST \
paBt'ha. pottri "
f canning lf-Poland China rnrdt.
area Include Leon Conner Leon to irrigate r" 4, 1*
turned out 18.983 can* la con- slit ..,. about 10. lb.. Notify P. .. n. )tart N 9P.tatk0.
D. pij
Reddish tip II" .