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 24, 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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Iron '
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'Holdout' Bondholder Sues School Board For $30,000The r Miles Enters Chiefs Race;

remainder of an old bond He said at that time the School holding the bonds and Demanding.

Issue, sought by the Bradford Board was unable to pay a certain payment of Interest which has accrued A. L. R. V. Alvarez Out

County Board of Public Instruction Indebtedness to the old Bradford during the year since %their ,

since 1940. came to light recently County Bunk because of I alack maturity. The olden bond held

when Ed Wright. a ,St. of fund. However a speclft' by Wright,: matured 18 years agcWhile -- -

l'etereburg bond dealer filed suit act of the Legislature that year tho last one has just been Interest High \

against the Board for the principal I permitted them to float a specta! matured 11 yeara. Drive-in TheatreIs

amount and coupons attached tc bond l Issue to pay the debt off. Morgan said Wright has filed!

the bonds plus six percent compound I In 1933() during the worst of the similar suits against the School I As I -
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interest since their matu depression, the School Board was Boards o/ five other counties. Including PlannedBy September

rity. The suit was filed Just before I forced to default on payment of Putnam County. He sid $

I the Statute of limitations would the bonds and they'/showed a considerable the Board Is perfectly willing U

- have prohibited the filing of sucha decrease. I iu value, manyof settle with Wright for the principal Martin ChainStarke t' ,'I ..i'K Election Nears

L proiedure. them being bought by speculators amount, plus the value ot J "t" ,

The bonds held by Wright amount-? for 50 cents on the dollar the attached coupons, but they dc ..tC

to only 912,000 and the coupons Morgan said this Is probably whcr not Intend to pay the Interest asked will Boon be sporting .....'i Interest In the September 11

attached. to them make up an ad Wright bought his. Gradually the for by Wright since the bonds ma brand new drive-In theatre according 'j''t" .t city election walt'On.tltt upswing

dltlonal $3,970 to the amount due Board lost track of the bonds and tured. to an announcement this t.p this. week following the qualifying

him. However, he now wants Interest just forgot about them ;> The Rnnrd lisa had a fund set week by Ira Harris manager/ of \ deadline at noon Tuesday. A final

paid him on the bonds since However, In 1940 a party holdIng aside for payment of these bond the Florida Theatre. The drlvo-ln look at the' qualifying books sho-ars;

their maturity and this will boost $3,000 worth of the bonds appeared will b8 built by the Martin chain ""'t-' two In the mayor's race two run-
before the School Boat< since 1D40. h. said but they certainly ning for chief of police, four for
the total amount to nearly $30,000 'I owners of the Florida and will
'I Evidently!: Wright has been holdIng and demanded payment He wai didn't plan to pay the extra uccomodate 200 earn. the City Council and Carl Johns

suit anti effort then madehv Interest asked for. lie added running unopposed for the city
I the bonds for just such a paid an was Harris said a 20i-car driveInIs .
as this because he haa never answered the Board to track down the that the Hoard didn't feel that It rather large for a city life size clerkship.

letters by the School Board 1 balance. of the Issue and pay: It Is responsible for the Interest be of Starke. and la ordinarily designed E. F. Miles, was the last to

I Regarding the bonds. H. P. Morgan off. One by one* they paid :the cluseVrlght was notified time for a city of approximately quality. having walked Into the

County Superintendent of \bond holders with the exception 61 1 after time that they were willing 8.000 people. A 150catdriveIn clerk' office and paid his qualification

\ Public Instruction said the Board ,the $12,000 worth they couldn'tlocHte. tl) settle the Issue with him, but he would be a big theatre for a town fee just half an hour be-

has written Wright repeatedly tc never came forth with the bonds. : tfie size of Starke he added. fore the deadline Shortly beforeMII..s'

\ see if he had the bonds, as had the Morgan said the Board wrote I And he said, Wright said In answer : The theatre will be located on F. Miles qualification, however, both
I state A L. and R. V. Alvarez withdrew
State Department of Education i to an Interrogatory
I Wright time after time concerningthe I the new Blandlng road approximately -
received. ment asked for by the Boards attorney their qualifying fees, leaving the
old Minnie Lee Grlffls Bradford County's but no answer was ever 1-4 mile east of town. AltSENTEEttALLOTING
seven year
bonds he them
if had
y.halred said the bonds held by to see R. A. Green, that he never race to \V. E. Thornton and Miles.
Morgan It will fenture
f of 1951, smiles bravely from the iron' lung that saved I I the "Incar'apeakers
victim Wright are the remainder of a but never received a reply. Now presented the bonds for payment and both sound and Thus, the voters will go to the
in The little girl's bright and projection
Alachua General Hospital. bond Issue amounting to $40.000 shortly before law would prohibit They were Issued by the Hanover will be of the polls and decide between J. R.
reflected In a mirror mounted atop the Uing as Cheer-j I equipment Absentee) balloting .In the City Wainwright and J. P.
la made In 1023. such a suit, Wright come. fort Bank of New York. latest type. Becaune of the Government Roberts for
her back. Klcrtloti or Mept4mlw II will Thornton
Ion I mayor; and Miles fot
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Lee's parents Mr. and Mrs. Percy Crlffls, whose farm On. begin Monday, August 27 and chief of police; and select two for

lie 1 located north of Lawtey sought doctors' advice when the I Post 56 Midgets Lake Outing Ends In TragedyAs possible. at modernizing first. Harris; will. said not, but be continue through Friday, Hrpt. the City Council from a four- .
i-ted complaining of nausea and a pain In the back of her I Are Undefeated; I ( it will be modernized completely 7, (Ity. }'Clerk e, tcrilay.PeiriMin .Carl, John announced group that Includes W. T Jackson
P. L.
head. At first dismissed as nothing serious, her condition when materials are made avail Bridges Junlus Smith

.alarmingly worse l last Sunday and ehe was rushed to the Play Again MondayThe I Sgt. L. R. Futch Drowns In Geneva able.Work I I the city .in Mho election will Im day out may of and By George all rights Kopelousos., the vote this
this year
lie hospital where It II reported that she had stopped. breath- Post 86 Midgets remained: began week In prep. obtain absentee ballot. at the should set a new record. It

rrlval. "-' undefeated this week b:( taking I',' aratlon for building: when surveyors -1 city hull between the-e. > 'dales.. announced last-week that was

i the iron lung now literally breathing for her Minnie Lee the measure of Wlllinton twice.!I What"" started out to be a care- moved in to. lay out the I had Starke
a grand total of 1,698
'1 etc. This should be finished I regis-
ended ramps
free tragically
summer -
ix leg si) rapidly, that it wa planned to 'move her to Hope Lust Monday night they whIppet tered voters a new record and theregl.tratlon
field in Willis- : for Sgt. Lacy R. Futch, 37- In the next three or four days and
this week. them on their own Rites
WednesdayFor books
n when actual construction will 1m showed only
Monday year-old native of Lawtey, begin
ankeil to contribute to the Infantile ton, 8-4. and this past 1,500
"i next tlnie you are afterward.The registered preceding the 19-
shellacked them to the tune he fell from an outboardpoweredboat mediately Mrs. Fancher
4 I. funil, slop and think what would have happened If night Bradford Park. They In Lake Geneva Sunday afternoon .. 4I building this theatre will 49 election At that time, a record
of 7-0 at
|hal l .hen a "no vacancy" sign hanging out when thlt little were scheduled to play WllllstonJ j I I and drowned. His body end the necessity of driving to Native of BradfordMrs. vote was cast as 1,160 voters wentto
rlvrd at the hospital. tThursday), but was not recovered until 6 o'clock Jacksonville or Gainesville to ..sea polls and broke the 19-17
again last night '! Mary Alice Fancher, 75 record when only 756 exercised
-Staff .photo by Holcomb Kerns. scoVe not known at press- Tuesday morning. picture In your car Harris said
the .was Futch, together with his wife Many people have approached him died at her home In Jacksonville their voting privileges.
time after whipping and 14-yean-old son, Richard his asking him why such a theatre Monday following a lengthy illness As speculation Increased, many
The Junior Midgets,their home!I I I mother-in-law Mrs. Ina Bishop. Um't built because it's the "conv She was a native of Brad recalled; the tight race between

icil Votes To Adopt Budget Setup grounds Williston two weeks on ago lost tc and brother-in-law, Don Bishop, Ing thing", he said< It's so much ford County, andhad lived In Du- Wainwright and Roberta In the"

night. 7-6. The series all of Jacksonville, were enjoyinga easier to just pile In the car, put val County for the past year 1949 election when Wainwright

thorn Monday two wins .nd.nc day's outing on the lake at the children In the back seat and moving there from Orlando.She edged Roberta out by only 15:
1 ion') was made and passed place of Paul Raymond as an election now stands at is
survived votes. Jackson led
by one son the
and I Keystone Heights. -TAt let them sleep If they want to and seven-man
the'Senior Midgets .
ctrr; OIIif\l1t rIjiltC; ) Inspector a. Raymond had leases for loss for th* fAt the time of the.accldentTTi'\ Jfo to' lhe"IVV-tn, he explained" Homer FancherOrlando; twc: >pak.. running, for .thaicouncll that
of his Inability wins with one
notified the Council two
ctlng Tuesdaynight'toIrt was cruising well out toward the "h c"UI.e you can'wear anything winters' Mrs. Neta Johnson, Hampton year by polling ,15," votes with P

that the City adopt aRat to serve Juniors. scheduled tc I middle of the lake with his son you want to, and smoke or eat and Mrs. H. J. Bowden Macon L. Bridges bringing' ap a close

the end of this fiscal |I Clerk Johns reported that a The local team is and Bishop. on shors. It Is. reported while watching the picture." Oa.; three brothers, J. W. and second with Just 10( less, 034.
Wllllston Monday
U operate on a budget I representative of the" League of journey back to been made I i that he leaned forward to make As to the Class of pictures the r. B. Frevatt both of Starke, and Thornton who ran against. both
The motion Municipalities had visited with night an appeal has
an the future.
I / T. D. Prevatt Miles
his Jacksonville.
some playful gesture toward theatre will run Harris said lie Ben Holtzendorf that
lie, P. L. and him and made known his desire by the club for transportation.They
by Bridges
wife In the front of the boat and didn't know yet. "They will be Funeral services. were held at year polling more votes than the
I the publishing of an ask anyone having a car
jmanlmously\ | concerning I when he went to sit down the ..." 10 a. m. Wednesday at the other two combined
Jilar motion was made and article about Starke. The article and willing to carry a load of the -I ________ good movl. he added, but he to win with a
I boat evidently lurched causinghim Hide In Prevatt Cemetery total of 619.Recent .
won't know what until grave'j
I to them at type arrangements
Wllllston meet I
vo years ago but lack of appearing In the organization'smonth'y boys to Rev Homer
the City Clerk's office I II II magazine, will be publish 4:30: Monday afternoon in frontof to .lose balance and go over had to drift until their plight was are made with the Swlndall
il I Hi ever being put Into''ed In. the September Issue. the high school athletic house. I unfamiliar''finally discovered. By. this time booking agency in Atlanta. Harris BirthsMr.
'I I Attorney women although Futch's body had disappeared.Futch will continue to manage the Florida GIRL SCOUT
|1The\ new motion speci-| The Council authorized City
with the operation of outboard j I In addition to the drive-In. and Mrs.
t the Council shall George Patten and Clerk was a veteran of WorldWar Clsne of
adopt,, Roy HoffmeisterIs motors, managed to circle by him NEWS
t at Its first meeting In Johns. to attend a special meeting II and a member of the Champagne, 111. announce the
right after the close of In Gainesville, September 12 I VictimOf two or three times and once Mrs. Baptist Church. He was serving Guardsmen Plan birth of a daughter, Nanette, on
Bishop managed to grasp his hand, Instead of holding a meetinglast July 28. Before her
I year and that detailed called( for the purpose of discuss- as a recruiter with the Florida ''marriage Mrs.
Heart Attack but the speed at which the boat District with Supper TonightAt week went to Mrs. James Clsne was Miss Lillian
|he kept on City spending. In* social security and unemployment Military headquarters we Sternbera
wan going caused her hold to ha
John> .plerk. said more compensation for city work- Roy Hoffmelater/ 44. a pipe fitter broken. The motor was not the i' In Jacksonville, where he,' Blanding ClubThe lilnckshear's homo on Klngsley of Starke.

'! have to be added to the ers.The by trade died Tuesday morning type that would throttle down wl'n.1' moved 16 years ago from Lawtey. Lake for a picnic. We.all had s Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spurlin an-
St., He was a graduate of Bradford
(raft to make the budget widening of Jefferson local National Guard unit
<< as the result of a heart attackIn and when Flitch's wife attempted i wonderful time but got a little nounce the arrival of a daughter,
laid the decided in the last Council I High School. i U. schedule-to .
detailed reports as enjoy a fried chick
he had !
I Lincoln Maine where to slow It, the motor stalled and j sunburned to the Helen Louise on August 11 at
I from the various city deN meeting. is to be postponed temporarily I it' In addition to his'wife and .son en dinner and party tonight ( Friday process.We .
to nee about employment.Vfr. she did not know how to start Fitzpatrick, Ala. Mrs. Spurlin will
to make because of the possibility gone he is survived his father S. JFuteh1 the will have a regular meetingthis
) auch a system Hoffm lster resided. In one I again. by ) at enlisted men's club be remembered as Miss Elma Lee
I'll' require the help of anJil of being unable to meet at a proper -I of the Nollman apartments on I Futch was described as a good I ," Jacksonville. and four at Camp Blandlng. It will get underway Friday at 3pm. In the Scout Hlcky of Starke.
l office with the widening of brothers Melvln !l and Vann J.
The at 4
secretary. height Adams Street with his wife Ella swimmer and members of the family > p.m. and the guests House on Church St. Anyone Interested
agreed to provide for the Temple Ave. The Council learned Hfiifton Mann Hoffmeister. Surviving feel that an ailment he had hadIn Futch. both of Jacksonville, Ancll have been Invited to swim and In the M,,. and Mrs. James Mathewa
I joining Girl Scouts
f< uch additional help as that It was not unusual for the besides his widow are six recent weeks may have r"cllr-1 Z. Futch, Quincy, and Ovid L. dance until dinner Is served at of Palatka announce the birth of

eCe"Mary In October when State Road Department to vary stepchildren: Mrs. Gloria Vickers, red to cause his seeming helplessness Futch Gainesville. 8 0 "clock.Cpl. Is welcome to attend, this meeting a son, James Larry on July 29 at

[ion goes Into effect. I II the height of the paving when It I Gainesville, Mrs. W. L. Hancock, in the water A Navy autopsy -' Funeral services were held at Billy Dansby! will leave Jane Brandt. Scrlbt Mary Lawson Hospital.

1 one appeared before the became necessary no matter what MIsslHslppl. Mrs. John Mathls.Alken. performed In Jacksonville however 4 o'clock Thursday afturnoon In August 25 for Fort Jackson S. -

|to protest his or her name I I, the previous plans called and for.!I S. C., George W.. Louise, pronounced his death as "ac- the Memorial Chapel ..at'.S..a hole C. where he will take Radio Op Awards Will Be Made To Those Qualifying

moved from the Should they have gone ahead and Allen Mann all of New York I j cldental drowning." Funeral Parlors with Rev Mal orators Intermediate Speed Course I In Keystone I
f reglstra- Heights
street, they might Rotary Swim Programfive
widened In the radio
DII- school
1L I City; two brothers Philbert The boat was too far off shore I colm Knight officiating.; Full there. The
the list will standby as' very likely have found the Intersection -, lard. Plnevllle. La.. Jack ""ff. 1 for the women to summon help, military rites were held at the school begin August 27 and will A large gathering Is expected at

the Council In Its I'' with Temple Avenue six moister Ft.Vorth.. Texas; and. and when the motor stalled they graveside In Greenlawn Cemetery. last until about November IT. groups of equal ability and
Keystone Beach
low when the tonight ( Friday\ ) age, ranging from what U called
Meeting last week. E. W. Inches too high or three sisters. Mrs. Guy Roberts I| After completing this course, he '
waa when the awards won by mans the "Minnow\ Club' to "Senior
selected Is completed.
to take the widening- | Tom Warren, Vernon Nichols plans to attend a five-months
: Mrs StallworthDies Funeral MondayFor Keystone youngsters will be p're- Life Saving Club." These same Instructors -
Skandia Mich., Mrs. Troy Mud- long radio repair school at Fort

por Johns Paid-Homage By" Lions ; Alsley.ford. California Texarkana, and Ark.Mrs.; also Clyde hilimothpl' In AlabamaFriends Mrs. TaylorMrs. Bennlng The unit, Oa.received Its final pay sented various to phases those of who the Rotary qualified sponsored If demonstrations wilt give Involving a number water of

swimming. program. The safety at the program tonight.
Mrs. Lily Williams Hof of Mrs. Cornelius Stall- Luverna Taylor, 70, died check for the summer weekend "award night" will end this year'rswimming The main
speaker of
the 'even-
or r' the outstanding events fmeister Louisiana.He worth mother. of Mrs. Lewis D. at her home near Starke on P'ri- drills held at Blandlng. The I but has

"ta Club year took place!C. C. Tidwell, 72, was a member of the Baptist Haines, were grieved to learn of day, Aug. 17. She had been a resident This total of the check was $1.94)0. already underway program hold plans It agalr arc Ing but Otis not Hinnant been ,announced Secretary as of yet the,
month ends
Jay Church. her death which occurred while when the current "pay "
night when the organl- of Starke since 1922, -
Honored Senator Charley Dies At Hampton The body l III expected to arrive I''she Will visiting her brother, Miles\. she moved here from West Vir- quarter and local Guardsmen expect next year .r Jacksonville 'YMCA will have

I with a fish fry on Crystal here today (Friday) with funeral: Henry In Annlston, Ala. glnla. I to receive 'their quarterly The program_ though sponsored charge of Jhe' program. The Rotary
I Charles Clifford Tidwell. 72. a| set for 4 check about 10. by the Rotary Club will also provide refreshments -
nie tentatively p.m. September Lastquarter' Club
occasion: marked the I|I I the services Death came as a surprise as she Surviving are her husband, Wal- was supervised for those
of resident of Hampton for past with Rev. L. D. HaInes I payroll ending May 31 attending.
[ Senator Johns Into their Saturday had been In good health for ter E. Taylor, Starke; three by the Instructor from Camr MI .
his home Beasley spoke to the club
six' died at thernjSaturday will be la In the
years. !'officiating. Interment was amount of $I.4I94O.
a tnontht
leave when she had sudden
of absence dur-, a daughters, Mrs. Cora Hardman, Immokalee a YMCA The
18 after 'I camp. > during the regular luncheon
morning. August under the direction William B. Phillips meetIng -
j Cemetery heart en.
Crosby attack that deathIn
attendance brought
at the 1931v divided the
Illness. | ... Hshjpton; Mrs. Mandy Grlffls, approximately 8f last Friday on }tu "[)eovelop.
Cession a lengthy of DeWltt C. a few minutes. She was 78 lUsted In the company. .
Rtarke; and Mrs' Edith McKay, youngsters attending Into four ot ment of Character In Institutions.. "
''a A. McKethan. r He was born October 14, 1S78 at years old and had lived all of her Washington DC. three sons
Chairman ;
Stat" Road Department Macon Ga., and was a member ol Toby Dowdy Recording life 1n Georgia In recent years Clarence Lowe Norfolk Va. Alfred C. J. "Dad" ,Forsythe
the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen she had fall and win WINKLER STATES I
the spent HIS
i list
of Dlnsmore and
out of town dig- To He Given Away Lowe ; Sgt Passes At Geneva
I who the Florida Peace Officers ter months with her daughter In ;
were present on this Taylor, Jr., with the U.S ,
tk.. Olhpra Included Cecil Association and the Hampton Baptist At Legion Dance ,Starke. Air Force In Korea; one sister Was 89 Years Old Starke Fla. that would take about 30 days to '

f ''rman of the Game and church. serving as deacon Mrs Stallworth Is survived by Mrs. Bell Trumtn.'West Virginia; August 17. 1931 complete the job.

|Water Fish Commission; emeritus. Toby Dowdy and his Dixie Lily four daughters, Mrs. T. D. Brownof one brother, Harvey Taylor, West Charles J. Forsythe 80 known Editor TelegraphDear The said price to Complete the

Laughlin commission dL- Surviving are his wife, Ethel Hi-PolnUrs, In celebration of their Wedefleld. S. C., Mrs. r. D.Harnlson Virginia, and 11 grandchildren. as "Dad" to hln'many friends Sir: job was 121,000. Mr. Shields was

R.p. Clarence Roberta o( Tidwell; two daughters. Mrs. Waiter sixth anniversary of playing I of Charlotte N. C., Mrs. Funeral services were h>ld Mon. died Wednesday August fI. In a This Is In reply to Hon. Hollls. to arrange with the tenants the

('unt1 y Dr. J. Maxey, Dell O. Herin' and< Miss Christine dances In Florida since the last J. H. West of Japan, and !Mrs.Halnes .. day afternoon at 2 o'clock at thegrave.fd. Jacksonville rest home after an V. Knight, counsel for the county time and cost Involved In disturb

If. Butler of Gainesville Tidwell. both of Macon; two broth. war will distribute 200 of their, of Stsrke; two sons, Asa In Lake Cemetery Illness dating back to' February right-of-way on project TempleAve. ance to them.

ptIpr J.lacctenny, many era ,I. M. Tidwell of Macon and! latest Mercury recording releases i Stallworth of Bremen Gs. and with Rev.Crosby Ernest Orlffls officiating. when he fell and broke his hip .. State Road. 200 also knownas After a, few days had passed!

'of the Came department D. V. Tidwell of Miami. free of charge to the first 200 peoj j Roy Stallworth. Philadelphia. Pa.; DeWitt C. Jones was while visiting a daughter. In Sara' V. B. 301. there was some more* bidding g.s'ing

dele' rations from GalnesBu Funeral services were held ir pie who come In the door at the I a sister Miss Etta Henry, and two The question. about the whole on. so this time the bid was
''I l dance at the In charge of arrangements.Fellowship sots.Mr. matter to date Is not made tnar, let for
Lesion's better
'ke <' More than the Hampton Baptist Church Sunday American brothers J. H. and M. M. Henry Forsythe was formerly In than J22.0OO, Just -

8d Lions friend.> anl afternoon at 4 o'clock with the armory this Saturday night. I i all of Annlston, Ala. business In Lake Geneva, coming to the public. As to the writeupIn on the right-of-way clearing an

|w.r. in aUe daace.'r pastor, Rev. Bob Gray officiating Mr. Dowdy stated that these I Mrs. Stallworth will be missed ProgramAt there In 1912 from CoaaellsvlUe the paper it appears that I am Increase of fl.OOO. This does not -

John w '.: .Interment was In Hampton Cemetery records sell for 89c at all record here by her many friends In the Rotary ClubA Pa. He was born August 31. 1842 the" hold up. Mr. Knight did not,Include the cost of disturbance to
Presented usual door state that there had been satisfactory
the the tenants.I .
but that
DeWitl! shops
'I'tlflcate of'. under the direction of Baptist Church and many others l In (.ngan port. Ind.
not 'Hln Char- price of 75e: would be charged Saturday who knew her locally details made concerning told Mr. Knight that I could
C Exceptional Merit" C. Jones. night thus making this af- program on fellowship wa Survivors Include two daughters me .. to the rightofway.On get this job of clearing the rlcht-
"e the The membership fair a full evening's entertainment Funeral services were held Sat. presented at the Rotary Club Wednesday Mrs. Blanche CunninghamLake May 9. Mr. Robert B. Shields, of-way for the said price of $21,000
FFA with
urday In
Senator Conner Presents Geneva and Mr.
nd the a desk :at a bargain r.te.1'oa,01' of flowers from : by C. K. Nasworthy on Ruby right-of-way a gen t representing Instead of said price better than
r... With Uon s. Club prer. -- With Angus Heifer J. R Walawrlght will be here.sprays telegraphed the theme of "getting to know Snow, Sarasota: two amos Ray the State Road, Department an.sMI' $22.000.
a desk Forsythe, Lake Geneva and KWonForsythe
pen set. to congratulate the Toby I think it Is
on band Ben F. Hall local contractor, Important to the taxpayers
III in *"( han made a Doyle Conner, past president o' Dowdy Band on Its success In CEMKTKRY'WORKINOThere : each other better". Montvale. N. J.; 12 were present. In my store. We came of Bradford County that

101'\1 atteetlnc to the "out- the local chapter of Future Farmers Florida and to present them with a Assisting' on the program wen grandchildren and< 11 great grand to an agreement on the, necessary this work be don. as reasonably

<. of Senator Jo*"" of' America recently presented key to the city. will be a working at the Larry Gibson, Lex Green, and A children. additional amount that would have as possible. and every thousand<

.1tI1rt.the Rep. Roberts alec the chapter with a Black All patrons of the Legion's I Sapp Cemetery near Raiford on J. Thomas Jr. Funeral Ie!'VIce. were held Sunday to be added to my store In the rear, dollars saved Is that much less
Slarle" legislator thChapter's Dance are urged to come esrlySaturday August 12. in the Keystone. before the front could be thai will hare
that he and Angus heifer. This will bring Tuesday Aug. 29. Come bring "Vice President Harmon Morgar removed to be paid back In
wt lure that he to a total of Bight so that they will be! Community Church. with buruU In This would take two and a half the end. .
so. o herd< up tool to work with. Mrs. J. C. presided) in the absence of President
one of Toby Dowdy's Keystone Cemetery.
opposition in tHe already receive* cur to get Arrangements months to complete. There are Yours
tion. three two from having Mayor J. It. Wain records before the supply runs out. Junes. Guy Andr........ were In charge of Key-Mo- also three houses to be moved, and E. A. very WlnklerI truly,

Cabe Funeral Home, Jacksonville.
wright and the

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,, "* 'm'f.. i trot Mrs Prescntt'a having such a i '"c+ ,
should h' i ah but
bona stup down on Instead of a c 1 1 I ,.-'
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Telegraph gu %eU it )1 LAWTEY\ :' '''''' '
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County Viet'' i ." +i'' "' d.p It !lone when she gets out of bee!

I taut and ",hit If Ma> ,>r Anderson this wintery L. II, Flitch '
I ESTABLISHED. 187B E. *L. MATTHEWS. OWNER. played Ith Uii ,Ire, and\ Jont"tried e I
out the search, light we Well, we've had strawberries ir
s: I II .snapped their picture \ November, and maybe even a fee Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevail Jr i

and, E"t: <>rd ** Second on rare occasions In Octoberbut and children, who have been vacationing r
I I"Ubllll"O'.1: Every Offices at Starke. :Vim. this la the first time, to 0111 j I In Michigan, stoppec tOIlEr
Maas Matter at the Port I knowledge, that anyone hut \ over night here with his parents
I @ I brought a ripe berry to the T..le''I'j Mr. and, Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Son
I 1951
Member' I graph office In August. their way home to Ocala.
But that's just what Newn Bur i Mr. and Mra. Clifton Austin ol NN ,mart

fiulwcrlpllon 'Z. O Annually i $1.50 For SU Month nay did TueuJay. The berry was'i';, New Orl...an, are visiting Mr ant
small, to be sure but It was well'i. :I Mrs H. B. Arwood. i i11' -
(formed red and ripe -- and a real :\ and Mrs. B. W. Tucker anc #IIIIIi"_'''" --
Hospital Need 'llrounht Home'The sure 'nuff strawberry.Newn I children of FernandIna were tht I I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru
Lee said It grew on one of th guests of Mrs. Leona Edwards SatAt
Minnie Sunday
tragedy of the attack of polio on little 10,000 plants he set out the I"HII! I and Carl Edwards. I

Griffis should serve to remind residents of Bradford County week In July He got an early I The W, M. U. of the First Sal 152 Call Street
for hospital.We start by taking advanage of smm I .
of our need a i | j list Church held their regulai '
don't really realize how badly we need a hospital until nice shower> that came along about '1, meeting! at the home of bile Elizabeth I Starke FloridaSwift's
something such as: the illness of a little child serves to that time, and got a 90 I>ertnt I Terry Inst Tuesday at which t
advocating a 300-bed ,; stand on this first lot. Ht | Terrj'
We're not Miss
both warn and remind us. time they surprised .., ._ _
but a hospital duns to put out another 20,000 ai Refreshments r
hospital, such as you find in the major I with a birthday party.
and neighbors who I ,soon as the grouqd gets soaket j, and cake were
i capable of caring for our own relatives again. of ice cream j Premium
a* happened served
such emergencies
And particularly,
need it. Is this a new "early berry" record | Mrs. A. E. Massey and son
to :Minnie Lee, or can someone tell us about Dnrilal. Spurgeon and I
I A few more minutes in taking her to a hospital might.' one to beat It? I I Edward Lee, Thomas returned I BEEF
W. 12-0
have meant the difference between the road to recovery, S 1 Wayne IIIHt and Monday C. afternoon spending CORN'D % Can J
: death. were told that she had.stop.I back anc1 I
she in on today, and" \Vq During frequent trips several days at Bonlla Spring
f rod) breathing when the tamily'reached: the Gainesville"hospital forth to Keystone Heights, we had I visiting friends and relallves. I
even though her brother-in-law:) "burned his motor up" noticed a white frame Bungalow j I Sunday dinner guests. of Mrs ,
I making the trip. Had they been able to place her in a hos- just east of Starke on the high Effie Miner were her son Howarc I
pital with equal facilities in Starke the eamble made on her : way with a chicken house In bask> Miner and family of Jacksonville
r have been so great, Jan r, it worth our voting I Fire Chief and friend different from anything we had ,IIIpen. and her daughter Mrs. Frank! I
life never This week we stopped. tc Ifs!IFNDFD.,77/41 SPIENOIO &o/ft/
Is of Junlpei
for the referendum in the next election if there even Wells and family tiI
whole started sometime find out about It and In the pro.
This project
the possibility of saving the life of a singlechild!? The next ago when Anderson started ,cess. naturally met Its owners "Ipl'lngll.Mrs. .Catherine Teare returned I;' Ss 1 fei "
relatives, or even
1 i emergency might! concern your children, wondering why Urooker couldn't the MIMes Charlotte Jeanea am home Wednesday after spending Ys

I have' such things and began work- Ruby Scribner.O. the pant.three months in a Gainesville / '
I you.We understand there was even some hesitation about Ing to get them. lie found that the hospital recuperating from i a 'k -
l taking her to the Alachua County hospital because of inadequate city could obtain a share of the Hfr + broken hip. .

i I finances. This thought need never have crossed money from the cigarette tax fund! Mrs. Daisy. Llphom of Dade City; I ;. ..{'\..
r' the family's!:! mind if we had our own hospital. In a case of if It would Incorporate. So, he set Is spending Home time here with I

polio, it would have made no difference anyway because to work to get Brooker Incorpb-. her brother T. L.. Wainwright SWIFTS ,
treatment would have been financed by the national organization !- rated.'\ At first, some of the citizens Mr. and Mrs. W. U Buggctt ol NEw'I/
II opposed It, he said, but he weekenc SIJOrJ1'
La. were
that Shreveport
dedicated to purpose.
:: .
believes all now .
while before we'1J."O\ to the polls faced they're happy, !guests of Mrs. HugRett's mother ,4IfIU 'iI'r'
If* "still, quite u \ Brooker itllll has' no ad valorum' VJt
with the problem of whether or not we should vote for the taxes and the money they receive Mis. A II. Hurley Sr.and children )} aFn J. B.
Earl Hatcher B
referendum and by then we will probably have forgotten the tax fund is the Mrs
r. from the cigarette visitors olLli 6 9t
near death of seven year old Minnie Lee Griffis.! Hut from only Income It: has.. Still,look what I k>f' Tampa Paul Dinkins were recent family caa o 3 c ,?roN

now until election time, we-should keep constantly in mind they've done with It. Our hot i If y v Miss Maxine Jones spent twc .
the lives that could\ have been saved every time we read of off to a community that has done days last week with her friend )

'' someone from this! county dying before they reached a hos- OH much an Brooker In no( short a :Miss Ruth Ann Kelly In Gaines .-
pital. Let's remember all\ those deaths when the time comes time and with so little to begin vine

; for us to decide whether or not we'll vote for the referendum with. S. Mrs.: Alice Langford, Miss Sue
of child rest on decision. Langford and Mrs Ralph Epper
", The life your own may your
t Rode out of Brookrr on the the
son of Lake Butler were Halves ElbertaPEACHES
New River to Brooker highway O'Sage
; 'j. garbage/ can out 'fur collection, I still under construction. Lookedto guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'r. i- Wain-
wright last Tuesday.
even though It was the first time"'e our untrained eyes as If work
\V caught R J- Jones, who la collecting1 U progressing nicely We notlcec Mrs. Effie Miner accompanied '
;. II the garbage on a contract thnt all the lime rock has beendlRlrlbut.d by Mra. J. W. Andrews and son
Joe of Starke attended the funeral No 21/2 Can
bas for the city, when he pulledup and rolled down, but '
before the home of Mrs. W. M the top level of paving has not then 'fool icith'en: of their cousin A K. Roberts ir

.. \ Lawhorn. She, like everyone else been started yet. As to when' It These two ladies> moved to the I Jacksonville last Monday after
t \1! came out to meet the truck and will be finished we don't know county from Detroit, Michigan noon.Mr.
of Jacksonville
I ask questions regarding future not having been able to find anyone i tour years ago. Miss> Jeanes was a I and Mrs. Goodwin olMr. O'Sage Orange Mellowest Salad PiecesJUICE
the Sunday guests
I pickups. After collecting a truck In authority to answer our personnel Interviewer for a large were
: : i loud, Mr. Jones carries It to the questions I candy chain and Miss Scrlbnci and Mrs. Clifton Smith. C'
i tung oil company's trash dump e e .I was. an Inspector of precision pro Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and I 46'0 Can PEARS No 211,
" I I I and unloads It. Later, the employ. Just outside Brooker, noticed a ducts for the Navy. Mp( Scrlbnet children Elaine and Tommie wean JLCT/2
5' I rF 'I''I J of the company will push It lot of clothes hanging on the rrontpor'l said some of her relatives had rrcent visitors of relatives in De-
under with a bulldozer been Bradford land With Snaps Ga. Gold Field Donald Duck Salad
\ of a house and a sewing machine through County
S CAn beside them. We figured and told her .bou productivity Mr. and Mrs. Milton Clark olMacclenny

F Reckon the. sirawuorry.;. grower* Interesting and humorous that someoAo was really 'doing I of its toll.> So, she-decided to comedown I have recently movedto PEAS 13' C DRESSINGLifebuoy
and residing In tht No 303 /
I around Bradford County are happjthui ; sidelight/ to this garbage disposal some sewing go we stopped tc for a lookaee'- and found that Lawtey are I
week That In, those that have project IH the Jones family Itself. investigate. i, her relatives were not In error Gibson home on Adams SI.
their plant already In the ground When the truck pulled up to Mrs !Mrs E, O. Prercott met us at Shortly following her visit, she M. E. Hennegar of Lake city; Edward's Pure Grape Buy 2 at rtc. price tr,
of Mr
t They found that It DID rain or Lawhorn' place, we noticed foul the door ,and explained that she and Miss Jeanne moved down and? was a weekend guest. ancMrs.
thn full moon, Just as the old sir boys riding the truck and throwing hadn't made all those clothes, at established their chicken ranch Dan Harley
. I'"rstltlon said It would, ani: the cans. We Inter found that w, first thought, but they wen They raise 3.000 broilers at a time Mr. and Mra. O. J. Phillips and JAM 2-Lb Jar39c SOAP 3-
"there wan really water In the all of these boys were fathered by just being aired! out after belntor.d ( and sell mostly to the Orlando children, Ola Mae and Dannie, are ,
ditches afternoon." Now Mr. Jones and he and his wife fish and visiting relatves n Macon Ga.
Sunday all summer While her children poultry markets. The
If It just doesn't dry up and qull have had 21 children altogether. were busy trying to find average growing period Is usually Rayo Liquid Pillsbury Choc. Fudge orWIJ
I raining altogether That Is a family! Can anyone in some way to get the bubble gum about ten weeks, or until the chickens tt.lltlOF THINKS
the county beat It? out ot their puijpy's hair, she average about three pound We wish to thank each and STARCH 12 CAKE MIX
Got out of the furrows awhlle But, anyway, It seems that !Mr showed 11.1 why the sewing machine 'apiece They buy them wh.nth..y're every one for the kindness and Qt % g gI
this week to rude out Brooker way Jones used to own an old 1 hearse was on the front porch.' one day old and raise them sympathy shown us during our recent
;, and see the new community spirit which he lined In transporting hi* under six gas brooders In their bereavement And we 'thank
and improvement) underway over family around. Every year, when chicken house. everyone for the flowers sent '
there. It cure I III nice to see a community ho( pea and bean crops came In, .I And that chicken house we be. I W. E. Taylor and children I 1
, k blossom out and do thing hi- would load his oldest children have l" pretty enalble. Instead' of I GIANT .
going to visit sooner or later
;{ \ lake Brooker has done. (!Mostly under Into the old hearse and strike nut i building a long narrow building you EAS 171GREEN
so let us know
'I the leadership of progresslvi They picked peas and beans all their'a U ahorter and wider< witha I I anyway you're doing and we can make, No 303 CanIIj
i Mayor Hewlett Anderson.) lo.r this section of Florida on a Q+ center aisle between two a"pll'I I It sooner
basis and returned home This
; rate pens. way, they say. I
a only when the season was over they can stand In the aVe' : and .set I II Adding Marhinr: ; ;':; and PortahliTjpourlU'rs .

They were undoubtedly efficientfor every' chicken In the flock with I sold on time.-lirod-
our informer said that '\they I 3-.JM t converged on a field of beans ot i of, the house to the other. They i
e t peas like a horde of locusts and II!say! ,''their disease and mortality '-',"-. .-' .. .-':"_- '..: ::-;>-
Srr before you knew It, the crop wet rate has been very low, but the CORN 4 Ears

gone! e .i weight Is usually. above average PHONE: 218
Whereas moat chicken growers
Among the other projects undertaken : ring the neck of diseased or sick COLONIALFLORIST
t by the citizens of Brooker I I rhickena, they put them In a separate I Yellow
Are the erection of street lights ', pen, termed a "chicken hospital CookingONIONS
r >t< purchase of a fire truck building and try to nurse them back
nf a fire station and cleaning up ti> health. "Being!' a couple of olc"
the debris of thn llarrell store I maids, we fool with them,' Mine 5 IBs
htukiing which burned down sometime Scribner said. FLOWERSFOR
ago and has just laid there They branched out a little, re-
Riving the town quite an eyesore 00' she,plaits a rugIt Gently and bought a young) calf ALL OCCASION; ?

\ | The fire truck was purchased seems she Is making a "plait they named "raise". We tried tc fresh CubanAVOCADOS Win
.. I from Qulncy and now, thanks to ed rug" which Is made by platting : *> {, cigarette tax money U fully paidI three strips of cloth together' anc hot that the calf didn't feel like POTATO
I I Work on cleaning It up anc" then sewing the plaited strips Ir' I modeling and we didn't try tc @ ,
Jones boys ill action | painting It was supposed to have \ circular pattern to other strips .force her. They're planning to buy
started this week.It We've teen a number of hooked "Elmer" next. 3 far 25c 2 far 49c 5 Lbl, 2 2I
Systematic garbage disposal( began seem that this Jones familyla rage, mad along the lame lines Sc. DISH GARDENS
lust Friday when the garbage( all over Drooker. We told Mayoi but thus waa the first plaited ru; And that '>> what we saw gotng
truck made Us first round of Anderson! that we would like tc we had ever seen She sild thai on in Bradford County this week POTTERY ,
Brook" homes. And very few of take a picture of him and the fire ,, 't can be made as large as yof Were still anxiously awaiting POTTED Duncan Hines Forzen Concentrated Dozen Cans fa
the housewives had failed to et! a : ,I'hlef with the truck and whc want it and. like a hooked rug your letters and card* .telling\ ur PLANTS I

the multitude of colors ready what you and your neighbors art FLOWERS WIRED
makes It very pretty. We env> doing.) It takes only a few! minute ANYWHERE I ORANGE JUICE 6 Cans
to let us In on the secret and
then we'll pass the news on to al' I Nona St StarkeWELDING I
t our friends and subscriber We'rtL I

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.et Us Thoroughly yTj.ti.lPound [ M

Wash Your Clothe IBI'RER.(; LII.I .
most modern and) efficient equip and Pine Timber -. ': 69C j IIA

ment available to the profession Is 4 Poan-U
used by this funeral home In main- I -
taining its well known standard of For 40c! c- I Supcrbrand Corn Fed RIB Em orkICE

Service. Will Pay FREE Bleach If Desired I I qpWe CREAM LOIN ROASTChuck Lb

Highest Cash Price temple Are. Stark I

0 i offer the people of Starke 5Pta. > __ .I.
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Phone 7 Starke, Fla. w. Will sad tlclalty' one of the mot
0 95C 69'' CHOPS Lb

e Funeral Director Ambulance c -SEE- Dry Your Clothes modern and finest equippedwetdlag

For shop .
20c anywhere.All
Our local funeral home enables us to offer convenience and Mi M.
service otherwise available Work GuaranteedSMITH'S
not A. McKINNEY la New AntoowUc Orient! MeatySpare: Sliced Breakfast 1 Lh. Cella Ih

We furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and At Starke Taxi Stand 0 Ribs'I WEIN

accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, I..ed by ANT PHONE 150 MACHINE SHOP BACON

company, as payment la part or' In full on a funeral. Starke. Fl... The Washeteria I Temple Ave. Starke

Consultation carries no obligation. I l Lb.-39c I Lbe 49c. Lb. 4

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."'11I"'I.i.,IIT i l ,.t i.i Is'i u, tin f"III. jiti.vi\ ..n n ai,uned w I It- I 11h.ln,' 11.1"111\11..11..,.f -.'I"Kml.t-r.of li'1 1 said:' \ ;mil tit,il" 'rn';l I.nt,-, I ,." .. ::': : :. ." : '. ":'..: .... _: :'''''::::, '::..,'' ', ':.:-:.'. -.' ,-'. ,',,', ,, ',\.

'1".1:1 i \.' ft v"I'\' i,r \'.i ur an- 'i will l..<> ,tak.n n. lonfewmd 'I." )"'.'",
STATE ; HAMPTONBy ewer pis. almato. t. t Ihr nl\.lnlnr 1 I This not, ,lac ihnll bw pul.lli.tudome
FARMUy on the I I' a miff' a Attarutev' T etch week fur four vnn"eeutlvnw.ks '' STUDIO
Prank I I...Iron, ; :. lOat s ke' Florida and In thu Bradford County Tel '- PORTRAIT
DIARYDy :Mrv Bryan "llltnl'' :\1 rat M. C. SweeneyThe file $ttu riirinul' !In the ..!th-. of the graph '
Clerk of i IK, circuit Court cm or *... DaeA, this 31." day of July, mi ,
ore the 1 l'ti day If Si! >.i>t..mu.r, ritl.otherwiMf (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomaj,. Hallmark Greeting Cards
th* allcvatlonii cf mtid Clerk of the Circuit .
Sam McCan-ey: : Ulr'IIfIIl' .' t't'IrbrattonSunday I Community extends sympathy ('"mr''.""i will b.. taken as ctm- By Myrtle T. Heaver Deputy Clerk'
to the bereaved family ol t..1. t i 10\ vu Oil 4t 8124
The author will be glad: to n>- August, 20 members of I Charles C. (Doc) Tldwell whc none hall ri* puMifhfciunce Camerasti'dllok
l her easily\ and cluae friends will i < ". h ,ve..u for four mnnet. utun \ snl .
crlItem* Interast U.
concernIng honor Mrs | passed away at his home here weeks HitKrHilford' County Tele.ra1J 'O'rlrN TU APP" C n mm e ni.iI'aatnararhY'
Emma Rivera of Au. llradlord tunnty /
oiire.. ,
the activities of farmers In \ In rlrrxl I
early Saturday morning, after a i K'aMAe.IF .
t! burndale with a dinner at noon at 1'nt.d Olin 16th day ..t August, lorlriat In bancery.Oeorice
Bradford County. Sugvtk" rialntlff,
may 1 I lengthy illness. Hunter Carradlne
be left at the Telegraph office or the borne of Mr. and :Mrs. D. L Hill Baby J961 : : Thomas, v. Cecil 8. Carradtne, DslendantCase ft.nllty WhlfFS 1>>1......
Shaw In LuCr_ IOFFICIALMBEAfhAClr. No. 8571ottc 211E
mailed to Sam !McOarvey, Law ley, I is the mother_of. Mrs Rivers Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill announcethe By Myrtle T leaver Deputy, Clerk > T. Appear.To' Pkotn FI.I.'IC' pa! Lh. .'.....1..
Mrs. C. DSellers whose
Florida. I S1174t25 : Cecil H
of their second daughter
and of Mrs. PS. Crews and I __ r Klence la: II-U lI.d Street dlen-

?, Our beautiful out the help of her Mammy's milk their friends In this are'eU"bratlon.Invited to( participate I August Deborah 17 at the Ann Alachua, on General Friday circus\ore'E(....t.10 Bradford ar'Fala1s C."..,..1 I suit dale You for Lon are Divorce Island hereby and Nw notified award York.of that minor a 10:5: W. Call 8t. Starke, Fla Phone 285
Florida In ( baarrry.Alyr ;
which we :savedn for ahe simply Mil not learn tc I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Libhart aad Hospital. Gainesville Fitlvy. Ciulahry Plaintiff va, ; child to defendant halO been filedXKalrmt
W. M. V. you In the abov named Roscoe Bullington Photographer & Owner
drink milk
Louie 1lrt.ndsft.Ca
she was pre. although Alice ha' their children, Sonny and Robin Cudahey, ,. No. 8610otto1 ', Court and cause and you ar. required ,

giving Vitamin A. tried day after -day. Bunkle eats I[ former Farm residents now. of I The Woman's Missionary! "Union To \P...... to nerve a copy of your answer or . ,, '
1 this farm and she grazes a bit tn: the barn. Marian met at the home of Mrs. Eugene To: l.fiuln utlabey, whosa, 1'ul.l pleading' to the complaint on the1'Ixintlrrs .
a while VMW Farm frU-nds done. and nddrona IKI2: East lOBIh : Attorney, Bitch If nouw ,, .. .. "
[ sane. Sam wentAorning yard but she la not :growing the: Sunday. Blrt, August 18. with sixteen present Street, irons, New York Las tot Lynch ttulldlnir, Jaokeoa

and while way she should. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cope have including three visitor You' are. hereby notified that a vine Florida, and rile the orlsriaa
suit for Divorce and restorationof In the office of the Clerk: of th. Clr-
e e Blrt
Dyal Mrs Jalte William
noUred What Early ,completed their recent vacation mallets name has been tll..11a..ITu't cult Court on or befor the 4ln day TRANSFER AND

[In the pasture. Hefond Got a gallon of -syrup for Joy trip which included visits with rel and Mrs. Earl Van Alstlne from you In the shies named. of September; of, 1551 paid| Complaint otherwise' will theslleaations R. BI ALVAREZ & SON STORAGE CO.

When she did !from Truby Watnwrlglit, and en atlves In Vtortda, In Georgia ant Cocoa Mrs. Eddie Allen was In Conrt quired and to nerve cauaa a copy and you t>C your are an.re be taken aa eonfenned by you,

[bad a premonition, Joyed meriting and talking to !thE In North Carolina. While hi Caro- charge of the program. The song ewer or pleading to the complaint Thin aura plod u. published .

Vpened. The poor WatawrttfUrs for the first UmeTruiy lina Mr. and Mrs. Cope had an interesting "Jeaua Calls Us" was sung followed on Ijiinlrum the Plaintiff Clarke.Attorney Florid, T and Frank file week."In"h the week Bradford for uCountyrTell.- .,'.

j, than looking ati showed us a patch of hegira trip to Blowing Rock by prayer by Mrs Dan the orlRlnal In the office of the graph 1.ss::: y' We operate) ) locsjtitSSfLl
but li/e- : (Ill-gear) he has growing In h'f' and adjacent Johnson Devotional thought wa Clerk of the. flrciilt Court on or he.Tnre hated this lot day of August 111. '
resting, ( points.
J. Thomsa distance
i A. *
ISM lone
the 17th day of September, ; (
was so great tc chicken Tin and tells us that the Frances Caldwell spent Friday "The People who sat In Darkness" othorwiHe. the allea-stlonii. of paid pFF1C1Clerk the Circuit Court. -- MOv1MG U. SoS

f Just could not, chickens eat no other feed, and night with. Barbara Colley in I Eleven members participated in Complaint "' 11b.. taken as confenned By Myrtle T. D.av.r, Deputy 512, 4t Clerk 5l4.4OTICE t IKM.IMM.p, anywhere

was gone and that they're doing ,well and that Stark and, with her hostess, attended the program. The business meetIng Thin to notice y you .hal) be published -

[l later, we aU took he has some boats In .there, too 'Teen Town", .closed) with prayer by Mrs. K. once each week for four rnneecutlveweeka TO APP57A1t EXCELLENTSTOBAGH

( to see where .Ear.I Looks like thlj heglra:1a: a fine Mr, and Mrs W. H. Williams B Watterson. The hostess served In. the Irradford CountyTelearrAfih la rtrrvM Curb Bradford. County,

crop 3or'stock.f and Mtas Betty Williams are agah chicken salad, cake and tea. The Pated this 15th day of Allauer. PlorMai: N. Mlnshew.!. Chancery.Ella Plaintiff. vs. El-

I at home after next meeting will be held at the 1(61OFF10IAI bert N Mlnehew, Defendant.
I vacattonlng ( I SEAL!< ,* A J. Thomae.Clerk No. 8583Vnllre FACILITIES!:
apparent cause cfut some land for fcdksthii relatives In Panama CSty, In Don- home of Mrs. Florrie Belle Brown of the Circuit Court To Caae

will never know week and discovered that in this alaonvllle, Georgia and in Jack- Cpl. Robert Cox will return :to By Myrtle T Deaver V."ly Clerk : Klbert Appear.To N Mlnnhew wnosrr Agents For '

killed her 1 Woe not weather it is better ito keepwofkeug'tiran snnville.tlr. Port Dlx N. J. on Saturday after 'in 4t 1111 i .lrt.r.r8 Is-. Unknown. --
notified that a DELCIIERBROS.
You hereby
been: ((1)) 1lgltt< to sit arouaul feelingthe and Mrs. A. A. Jordan of a ten day visit here with liLt NOTICE" TO APPEAR volt. far are Plvorca and award of minorTMltlrrn first J

I strike a Wee .m heat. Of course hiding the GalneHVllle were trueKis of Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox. I I.Mr. .. rl...... <.*.*.... nmdfwrtf C.ns,.,,.. has Steen. filed l afl1'l" See u 3
nrl.., I. 4 hsisicrry.Maria In lb. above named Court and
,bfoobite. tractor: ia .a lot easier Wan han Mrs. Bryan WhltfteM and Mrs. Herschel Parker you .
e the crows> last Thnrs-. F. Nav.".. FUlntiTT. vs. John ran and you are require to
although: we work and hoeing In thin weather day and family, after living for 'the Navetta, Defendant. serve a copy of your answer or

gof fang marks on is extra hard work, but even sc Sunday evening Mr. and :Mrs.' past ten months In Flint, Hitch W..fl*.. T.. A...... CUM No. 57B TMulntlff's pleading,' Atlorn the romplalnt, Joseph K.on'Sxlp-the

moue J weed, ((4) don't let anyone think that! riding R. A. Wells and Miss Mary Wells}! have returned to Hampton Itc \ To: Jhn NHWitft. whose r..vMnrrn Oreham Itullillna.hKVson-

have Keen told _'traCt: r:is not work, for It surely ,"Jacksonville were dinner jTieMtsrff make their home. They ate 'oc N., : T 11,. West 76th STrecV., Iw York I v'llle,2FI the office" ri 1..of, and tha flln Clerk.he of The orlsrlnalHn Clr.

jut the nly
i kill cattle In sc e : to Jacksonville wrfh 1.'b.J sonage. Putt for PI Tore., rtarM1on of of September: 19511 othetrvtsa will lhallrcNIInna ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd .And maiden name and mtier r+lrtt! fur. of ald romptalnt
: '
Had Wiliswere
oli an Interesting Miss [ .
But regardles pasturetour" Nancy Mysfhaly'df been t tiled cialnwt :yru m !>. taken aa eonr..ed by Tou.This
to dispose d :the around the farm of oar that city and Misses Patty anil Miss Hazel Phillips returned home the a hov. named Court and : notlcf shall be publliihwlonr

> buocards were neighbors, the Troy Bennetts. They'I Mary Lang of Lake WorthWhu Monday night after attending the rau.. and you: of are refiulred t or* each. In the week Bradford for four County pna.entlySweek. TeleDatvil .
nerve ft ropy: your nrrewer
there were tnou- have about 124 acres of Improved had been visitors t>f Mrs. and:! "Mrs, Ben LJppen Bible Conference. at Tleadlnfr' to the cnmplnlrt on the frsph.
Wallace Asheville N. C. They Plaintiff n Attorney *Wfl.tam 'n.M..n. this lot Any of August. I"'.
n it, so .we called pasture in PangoLa :and Fensa-, for several days. were accompanied MI'"I..k IiullOlTtn/ .Turk. OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas
otter to come and cola Bahia grass and to our "Don, Dr. and Mrs R. .7. Kuee'ra'hdl 1 home 'by Alias ,Norms ponville, Florida nrfd tll. '11. orlBfwMl Clerk of the Circuit Court

is But after wait- .e;pert.' eyes the Bennetts reality as their guests last weekend Mr. Sweeney Miss Martha Whitehead In the t.fflre of the Clerk nt the ny Myrtle T. Denver, Deputy 83| 4t Clerk II4Evtry |

fthera to ahow up have something. Field after field and Mrs. Guy Smmders, Br. and and Miss Beulafa Thomas .of' Shel' Circuit Court on or befor ttt* Mtn

Hue all pitched in has been cleared' and sown :*rrd, theIr daughter, Txirene, of "Lan- Creek, Tenn. who will -be their I

t and buried Early the : grass is start ing Ito I grow .- tana. guests this .week. Rranrh of ,/i

'< It would sound and when It gets under way thave, Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Gordon 'Seley. oi

fcple to .hear !otter' will be plenty of good eating for L. Durden w re' "Mr., and "Mrs. Starke have jncently moved tc:

fciut' a calf, but we the 130 head of cattle.the Bennett George Lewis and their WJaugltters/ Hampton. Mr. -Seley is connected! INSURATMCEH.

Sot Early for wefeu I own. Their latest i addition tta Judy and Joy...*.of Savannah Ga. with the Seaboard Railroad.Mr. .
Mrs. Durden fficcoinpnnled and Mrs., J. W. Horne ant
can easily get their farm (or ranch) is a small

{pet. Country pea- herd of registered Brahmans uttiith guests to Jack onvlne for a family Mrs. B. D. May and baby;

t and will under- are a sight to see. There are. :36 week's stay with other relatives. daughter have returned from a C. V WALL AGENCY I -

ihianrc, we were head -- 13: females and 1 bull oalf Mrs. C. D. Sellers and her visit to Rovveaville, S tC. Mrs f ,

linirriflit about .itjjiat and each one Is prettier than .the daughterPatricia unfl 'PmmaLou : Mattie McAlhany, mother of Mrs I I

they lost Molly other. Also saw' their hogs which returned Saturday from Home, rame home with i them. for PLEASE: 1'irONE 146

Auburndale where had vMited a few weeks Vlait, while Miss Martha
ifer the acme n>y they are fattening up to put in '
| be knew how wn their deep freeze and their nun- relatives for wveral weeks Pa- Home remained In South Carolina Constant Service Over SO Tears q

But we guess ner plants and believe It or mot tricia spent the past week In :Jacksonville for an extended 'Stay withrelativert Cool off with BorJen's Sherbet. Serve dlr"ca'r

.-_ In the ''County a patch of purple-top turnips with Mr. Hill Mrs."Bill At. tt for home dessert l Give your a l1 ME
wood who were! guests of Mr'and Mr. and Mrs "W. A, Saxon and! fruit and fruit salads sparkling EA
animal that be They also have a few:tomato;plants cups PIN PLE

Bile tame way 'wee ,which are still bearing. .Asked Mrs. Sellers during the weekend little son haw moved back tc i Family Out ot .Town for Vacation? freshness with a topping of BorJen's ORANGE ,
Wednesday 'Iff last week Mrs C. Hampton from Jacksonville Beach
the Bennetts how it felt to be rich Sherbet. Choose lime, orange or pine
M. Turney went to HwrkxonVtlle. to and have their 'Trailer located Make Your ..
I and they laughed and said ,teydldn't : house Summer _dquart. apple. Enjoy Bordcn't Sherbet, too,
visit Mr. and:! Mrs. 7nh-n Tur the
P. oo Wallace C Dins'
IIV ctfraunatancac know, but that they do know at theOIDON at your favorite fountain in a frosty
before going to Dallas, Texas erty near the railroad.' e
( other' work and,that ney
to have our what It feels like to freeze or flat
with Mr. and MreNewton'V.9'ur- Mrs. Vernon and
against Black.d is the answerto tirlr .ucoe_ daughter '
Sam hopped In e ney with whom she plans to '....akean Linda Mae, "-at Miami Kbave! been ; GRILL

extended quests of her
slay brother, Frank
d 1 ctturngarosmd -Are definitely settling all Nancy Hates and "Patsy "Rimers Thomas) and family The Dyalf X/A TAT' 'THE K EST
king for "T. t(. hogs. Have put op Big Red .out
te looted T. TC.; registered Duroc male for Bale came home Saturday: following a are currently; living at Green Cove FORGET TII1 K ET 2irdenS'SHERRET .
two weeks' stay at Camp Inrmok- Springs ,
place In Hampton, and will sell the sows as they ,bring Me.a.y
{been double-treat- pigs. Will hold the beet sow Candt alee near Keystone Ttrlghts. Mr. and Mrs R. C. -Oray, Sr OUR SOc<< LUNCHEON IS STILL THE 'IJEST FOOD
Mr. and Mrs Edgar Faulkner of were weekend visitors here
ft agreed to cease won't be Porky) so that we WlI'be en- BUY IN AMERICA! There's a Borden decler near youit's
Jacksonville were Sirmlay Owner route to their home In Tampa after
sale ae possible able to raise our own meat
guests of the latter"a parents Mr. spending two weeks in Evansville r
[calves The next but going to get rid of all the -
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and Mrs. A. L. Crews. Ind. with the James Sims
Innonulateil the others until we can get oar fence.
Miss Peggy CaldwcH vlntteil Sue family.
com of only 80c: fixed! so they will hoM.
HIggs of Starke at Kmgrfley 'Lake Mrs. Charles 'Cox, Jr. and children '
i .
< 334 nat future .
I luring the past week. Ronnie mad iDartene arc Time
MIack1rg. hear about our -a.e
Very sorry to Euajce land Jilt Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Hardee and visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox flight

neighbor Harold their children, Leroy and Jo Ann this week. 5

pat Comfort out son, Gene') losing their fine regIstered pent. the past weekend with relatives Wllhelmlna and MarCia Lynn I
s heifer was sow Just after she!
fn SPC ,
In Oxford. Winiam Hardee Stich of Live Oak, have been recent
fhfn "r. K. 'watt >had brought Utter of pigs
a who had been' them. with Ills visitors of their aunt Mr. ,
ter and said Harold "carried" the sow to a _lat ,
grandparents for several week., Verna D. Young.
( the trouble) was Gainesville and had her treated returned home with Ills lntl
parents.Eva Miss Barbara Ann Bailey ol s
I'm a bruise 01 ror an Infection brought upon b) Faye Pate of Jacksonville jar
I Jacksonville Is upending sometime iGrea-t !
}aome:.ring. Ala farrowing, but she died despite! lulled her grandparents, Mr. and wth her grandparents Mr
,.'In. the I
". cattle get their efforts. Harold now has Mrs. L. Durden were Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. L. D. Elland.
f ng hairy indigo the pigs e and that I
job of raising A. C. Carlton and Alton Carlton of Mr. and Mr.. John Chlldreas
ublb i usually clears lot of work.
maybe a Gainesville.
with their sons, Wayne and Mel-
ir> put on grasr I .
Thursday afternoon of last week
Have to keep a Ever since ,we've been farmiag Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crews entertained vin, of Gainesville were Sunday ''IDS1a the perfect day for you because we will work out a deal
guests of Mr Mrs. "
flier, 13 the loss. of we've heard praises. sung forJt as tea guests onthe and Claude .: { 1 :to do something( very nice for you'll like.It's .

uell! the neccs- farming implement called the lawn of their home Rev. and Mrs May.Thomas Dame of Waldo spent :yourself. satisfying because Pontiac Is

jJaily Inipolion ofubi. Acme. Of course with the tractor J. E. Strickland and family of Ral- .:,
several days last week with hit Stop In and see how easy-and such a' beautiful car-such a
.i clay' be spot. the new beds, but
we don't Acme ford Rev. Malcolm Tompkins ot
slater Mrs. Otto Hicks, Jr. f :how it Is to become brllliantperformer-andglvesyou
too atlsfying-
If' serious. we found that by arranging sweeps Lake City and Rev. Woodrow .
lit Miss Shirley Dennison baa' ,
and shovels on our cultivating Flynn of Jacksonville. home after spendingtwc returned I 1 / the owner of a great new Pontiac.e0 many, many years of pleasure.

|a diagnosed\ by .a frame we could obtain about the! Mrs F:. F Leeks and Mrs. Irene. weeks with her aunt, Mrs. 'Emma!: It' easy because Pontiac Is priced Come In and buy a new Pontlaca -

IIOnvllle as having same effect. We wonder if n Leeks Roberts of Palatka were Lamoreaux at Smith Lake. lust above the very lowest, and truly great cart .

(Cart seems to be would be necessary at all to Acme visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mr. and Mr. Woodrow Hicks ,.......-.. .

very. We were the beds If the land was In very Tiomas from Saturday until Mun- of Brunswick. Ga. visited Mrs

\th the first verover good condition before bedding. day. Other guests of Mr. and Mrs, Mamie Mead briefly on Saturday,
to the Stated Thomas Sunday were Mr. and f'.er.usV

d Brauner to We: have signed up with Mr Mrs. R. L. C. Thomas and their

V1. He made an Brown of the local Soil Conservation two children of Wildwood. -f.I O. Bates Jr. and her sun

I said that she was Service to have a survey Enroute from Plttsfleld Masto I Robert were guests of Mr. and

|> I lack of sugar in made on our farm. We certainly their home In St. Petersburg Mrs. Mr.. H. O. Bates, III from Saturday

nornla Is the name welcome help of this nature ai until Tuesday

and that she die our knowledge of solV is about nil I get rid of all.of It.e e Mr. and Mrs. W. G. StringfeHoiw.

Jon. have a nail tn and :abOut the same statement goes Walter spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
visit by
course, ,we took for all farming. We heard a sayIng Enjoyed a pleasant George Manassa in Green Cove
>. and Katy Wilkerson. They f M1
1 news, and after learned man jEA
made by a very Spring.
the St ,
had been shrimping
_ Inject on of Dex. the more
Oed i upon his deathbed that Johns River and .we were very Interested Tuesday of this week Mrs. A. G. ,
a pint of At the
syrup: less he knew.
11 he knew the In the Alway Yonxue and Mrs. Emory! Dean of:
bottle of med mean
time we read it. It didn't Fairfield were of and 7
guests Mr.
k tided i enjoy talking to them as they ,
very quickly too much but now we think that about Mrs. J G. Caldwell
I'ment' and althoughto farmer us many Interesting things
been a
be that man must this section, the wildlife, etc Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Leslie
sure, we are farming
For there Is so
will Told us about "crook-bills", for ex- Bradley spent a day with relativesIn
soon be weL'make that in a lifetime'bf work at it a Jacksonville during the past
can learn only a little.
1 et man week
wbat you learn today, may b. takIng
ate -
Luetta and John busy
findings ,
It With. by new .run
: changed tomorrow the pictures now so they will havea I...!.. Fl.."..... *._. !,...*
made. Well, anyway record of their first vacation Nntlr. III hereby nlvrn that the Peedr.e.r, .enl.rlN..J MM lfluueret.
SCS is going to give us some gao? Flor usd.nlsn.d. pnmnant to th. "Vir. t are 1.4er eh... wilh..a.e wIl
spent In Bradford County tltlnuo Name HI.tul.". Holm Bill
advice, and we'll take It. ida. Th youngsters.,. love It down N>>. 1171. r-tmptrr N... IOU, laws of
UU Florida, J if4l will r.aisher l with the -
noL like wearing a here and If they have their way, "!*rk nf th. r-lreult' court In and Dollar Cor Dollar
Toby does d. Yankees far ftmdrard :
LtclHg for the there will b*' more County, Florida, upon
neck and of
yoke around her around here. r e lpl proof of publication of
has busted the stick settling him notice, the.fictitious name, to-
second time -
e wit: Aaertea'. Lawat-rrieed Stralgbt ItI"C beat
UMP out to front and 'Y'OU > a.
which extenda But more of our family are de- TUB: TATtKe! ;Memoir TENTER
Jumping. Widon't I espaet to *nm**. In bulnn In
EERINGST. welch discourages not liking 1* finitely on their way. Sam'a sister the City or SI.rH., Florida. .. a-t-PrteM Car wttk fcM ..7.rs>.".. .l blare her for Marlon and her husband Lew That the party lnf.r .td In said errs ten 1

CORP. for she Is forever getting other, and it caughtIn have are leaving New Jersey aoon and! business p..i.. n nrrprlaa F.IOII.tiatod b7; 7.... Ck.l>. .f MD.er "...... BsiglsiesKUaJgbt ) .
something or In the suburb of Jack at Hr.rk. .. Florid, this 14th d
decided to put her on good behavior will live day of Ana-ait, A. D. teal I EJgb* *r U* P
ndrlcks Are. where she belongs sonville. Just another case .|17 /t 01'OTPCE
; If she stays "sand In their shoes" n:
title we'll leave the stick off. Snow < who visit get The Ms. s>>ai.ilf.l TtJai* WVe.lU .. ae
Florida will do. and then not happy until they re TO APPEAR V. ..... .*y fey Yl.berMCGRIFF .
we'll see what she for ws at !. Cleats C'..rt. ....,..* Cavarr.KlorMai .
S S turn. And ) funny !. ( ......,..
at Jessie least have not heard of anyone around Cornllu Hanlcy. Plaintiff *s. Anna -
New River
l While over at our section who has sold Ifanlay, Xf.ndant.
Lee tazenb/s home we had II North. Wonder Case No. Hot MOTORSTEMPLE
1RV Night. out and moved up :let Ira T. Aaavar.To .
E}ORS bad weed called Deadly why? As If ,:we didn't know. We-vl Anna HanUy, whose r'..l-
shad Identified for us. Alice discovered and we're jull about ....". and address I.: 114 Greenwich.
ENGINEERS growing in the lived up there (l Street, N.w. York 14, New TorkTi AVE & PRATT ST.
of it
a lot of selling that part of the STARKE
of t In favor "i ar b.r.by notified that a FLORIDA
hog run, and she pulled some I I country back to the Indians (| ...It for' Divorce has !.... filed
out and well_hav to get busy an

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2.tL 1 9 5 1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.4Pi1. STARR. n..nnmr -4c


Miss June p- Hall Birthday Party --_ Betty Jean YarbrayTo Miss Betty I I

'I Wed Sgt. Shull ,To Wed Mr. I j '
r Weds Sidney Shuford For Miami VisitorAt

Dowling Home .- I Mr. and Mra. I ,. I t
nounce the I ,
c 1 MiHH Kay Frances Johnson ofI proaching marriage I :
I I Miami was honored with a birth- daughter Betty Joyce ( ;;:

I I I day party by her grandmother R. Baggett aon of
'Mra. R. H. Brewton of Waldo, W C. Baggett of
Gladys Mooty last Saturday afternoon. The wedding will '

Phone 35 ..w The event, marking her fourteenth the afternoon of Starke:1;]
birthday anniversary war Mr. Baggett la a
r 4t held at the Kingsley Lake home the University of

of Parties Complimenting Miss : cf Kay'a aunt, Mra. E. J. Dowling:,,! employed by
Series Jr where swimming wall en +Yl'1!' Corporation. !
Mrs. McDonald, Miss Williams Also followed by a weiner roast.
The traditional birthday cake 7l l. 1:
and saucers In her selected 1 ALL KINDS :
Miss Lucille Mitchell brlileelecof was Iced In white and decoratedIn
( Thursday August 30 was com- tern of china.Enjoying a r green and yellow with "Happy 1I I :
the were
plimented Monday a.m. at 1U:30: Birthday, Kay" Inscribed on top
of the -
o'clock with a Coca-Cola party The fourteen pink candles were
and her mother Mrs. J. M.
given by Miss Louise Stern. The cneU. lighted and the guests sang "Happy WORK
Melting wan the Lafayette Street Birthday" to Kay.
home of the hosteaa which was Mrs. H. M. Richarde; Mrs Favors of paatel colored baskets 1iI Best Materials f
decorated In 'pink and green with lus M. Smith Mr. H. C. ., filled with green and yellow mlnu
gladioli and asters predominating and Mrs. E. L. Matthews --. and nuts were given each guest -
In the floral arrangements. hostesses Thursday afternoon Assisting Mr Brewton In servIng Chas. C,
The hostess assisted"' by her miscellaneous shower Miss June Hall, daughter of were her daughter Mrs. Dowl- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Claude Yar

mother, Mrs. W. A. Stern and Mrs. Mills Lucile Mitchell, and Mrs. Ben Hall of Starke lng and Mrs. Billy Dowllng. bray of Atlanta, Ga. announce the Radio T.V. :
M. R. Judd served a delightful bride-elect of next week. John Sidney Shuford Jr., lion engagement of their daughter I
refreshment course carrying out House : Jean, to Sgt. Edward Thorn 307 W. Call
Mark's Parish on Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shuford Sr BPW Members Betty
the bridal motif In detail. Street was the setting for Lawtey were united In mar Shull, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Mills Stern presented Miss Mitchell event. Sunday afternoon at 2 And Guests Enjoy T. Shull of Starke.
,I with a piece of her chosen Arrangements of zinnias In Folkalon, Ga. In a quiet Miss Yarbray attended school Ir,
pattern 'of silver. Mrs. Joe Mo- roses and other summer Chicken PilauLast Decatur and Emory University of f Look At These

"' Donald, the former Miss Madge flowers mere placed at The former Miss Hall waa attractively Monday evening the BPW Georgia, graduating front Drulc"! ct )

Whigham, was. .also.. presented.fr"f. "with'.'...' points throughout the lounge attired1' for her wedding,, Club held its regular meeting at Hills High in 1947. She has beer
I a J11t\.t.: ; !W ; :. The 'large, fireplace :tfnd l a light beige suit complimented the attractive Lake enunciated with the Hartford Fire
: Kingsley homeof I
Enjoying 'tKe affair were si*: tel, banked with quantities of black accessories and a white Atlanta for the
i Insurance Co. of
., ( teen guests, including the bride- leaves .and centered with the past president Mra. Pauline
nolia corsages'The I four ,
Torode. Husbands and other past years SavIo
' Mitchell. guests Money
\ eleofa mother, Mrs. J. M. floral arrangement of zinnias bride la a graduate of Brad
school Ir
-4- of members were Invited to enjoy; Sgt.. Shull attended
I Mrs. R. J. Davis Mrs. N. T. asters formed background High School class of 'M6 this occasion Swimming waa enjoyed Starke, graduating from Bradford!
4 Hoover, and the receiving line, which was which she worked as a clerk followed 1948. He enlistee! .
. Hitch, Mrs. Frank by a' delicious High School In
j Mr. Fred Pellum entertained posed of the four hostesses, Carpenter's drug store and aJ chicken pilau supper. In the U. S: Army in June 1948 r
I Tuesday morning at ten o'clock honoree, and the honoree' receptionist In the Hospital Present, In addition to members spending most of his time In service t
,' with a Coca.CQla party honoring Mra. J. M. Mitchell. were Joe and Jackie Ann Arnold In Japan and Korea returningto fl Customers' VOES S
"i), Mlas Luclle Mitchell Starke brlde- The bride's table was L.'I Mr. Shuford also graduated Nate Dyal, Charles Fields Curtis the States In May of this year |i F'! ii I
with cutwork cloth and Bradford High School, class IP ''I
elect and Miss Joanna Hill Williams Malone, George and Jack Miller At present he Is stationed at Fort Corner
it Lake Butler bride-elect. St.Mark's with "silver bowl holding an '39, and is now employed ai Lonnie Sullivan Claude Crowson: Bennlng' Ga. a p

i I' Parish House was the setting rangement Silver and crystal of roses compotes and Co.They manager. at Torode's Chev Steve Simmons., and J. D. Doyle. The ceremony will take place at Do you'do all your shop- Shop and et.-rQu'lI agree A& P hutj
I G for this lovely: affair. This was one of the best attended ping at AP
Ga the the
Church throughout stonjujjr
silver candlestick. holding are 'making their home Ir the Baptist Decatur by score:
I Pastel colored flowers, giant and moot enjoyable events '
burning pink tapers tied with at present. at 7.30 31stpR. If not,why" not? you shop. h'i
v ilnnlaa and roses predominating of the club year .
I mere used In decorating the lounge tulle added a further ..- Each department in your
I note to the table. AiP strives to give the.
I where the guests were entertained. you Fresh Stringiest'
the hostesses In Mrs. T. H. Osborne and Mrs. C. Wiley W. Thomas
. The bride' table, overlaid with Assisting I best values and the I bSst '
. cloth center. ing and entertaining their Devlin received their Master' Honored At Event service. 2
; an exquisite lace was .. Ii BEANS Ik .
Miss Louise Stern Mr. In Education (
at com
bowl of full bloom '
ed with a If there is anything we ,
with miniature rill Struth 101,.. H. H. .. exercises at the Uni On 80th Birthday FL':
roses Interspersed can do to improve a particular
' Misses Evelyn and Lillian of Florida last week. Mrs
? fern.Mrs.
+ rosebuds and maidenhair
' Ritch the Mrs. W. H. Thomson, and Anderson and Mrs. Paul Wiley W. Thomas of Brooker ) department in your Vine-Ripe California Large SizeCANTALOUPES
greeted guests W. E. Dowllng.Mlra received their Bachelor' waa .the honored guest at a de- Fri. Sat. Aug. 24, 25 store, vre want to know '
{ the door and them
at presented
r to the receiving line, composed of > Mitchell WM at the same time. lightful basket picnic dinner given DOUBLE FEATURE about it PJaase write: each h 1
with the butter knife In her Sunday In commemorating his 80th ,
the two honorees the hostesses silver of of Slaunton Va., Mrs. G. birthday anniversary Sixty friends CUSTOMERRELATIONSDEPT.
of a gift
1 and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams and pattern NAVY BOUNDTom .
Livingston Mrs. A A. Durden
loatenses.Invited. and relatives gathered at Glen Elberta Juicy RipePEACHES
.. __
Mrs. C, A Futch. '' i to call between the .. J. H. Fields, Mrs. Titus 01. Springs, hear Gainesville to help A&P Food Stores
I *" Assisting In serving and enter. four until Mrs. Carl Mathews, Mrs. E Mr. Thomas celebrate the occasion Neal A Wendy Waldron 420 Lexington Ave,
hours of
taming were Miss Annie Darby, were pointed two hundred guests.Mrs. Matthews Mrs. T. J. Griffin After a bountiful dinner and ANDDAKOTA- 1 New York 17, N. Y. 3 Ibs. -
t Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mr. W. H. .. N. T Ritch, Mrs. W. 0 the presentation of the traditional LIL

I,, Thomson, Miss Gayle Sewell, Mrs C. A.-Knight and Mrs. ; Mrs Caro Chandler anc" two-tiered birthday cake Iced In
Leonard Smith Miss Ona Dente hostesses .. J. a. Caldwell, of State Farm white and yellow, Mr. Thomas IN 1NECOLORG
A. were
Darby Stahl-Meyer Top QualityCorned
and Mrs Herbert Thomas
{ orest morning at 10:30: o'clock at '1 1"- ei opened his many gifts. Montgomery, Rod
The guests of honor were each
Coca-Cola Miss Lucile Mitchell and Mrs Swimming and games were en- Cameron
'presented with piece of china In party McDonald, the former Miss joyed by the younger folks duringthe 1 ,
MIaaLurile! Mitchell. Mrs. Also SKRIAL: & CARTOON
their selected patterns.Seventyfive were Invitedto Call Street home .was the Whlgham :were honored' afternoon -. .. Beef Hash : 331

guests hour., where a red and white a bridge party: Tuesday eve Among those present were: Mr. Sun., !Mon.. Tue!*'.
call during-the appointed scheme was carried out with by Mrs. W. B. Sewell and and Mra. Frank Towers and tautly AUK. 26, 27, 28
The Inn at Keystone Heights and white carnations used In Audrey Newman In the Wal Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Me David
was the setting Wednesday for a floral arrangement. Street home of Mrs. Sewell. Mra. J. H. Bowell. Mr. and Mrs Back To Bataan Snow White Brand Pure Fine ranulated
luncheon given by Mrs. W. E. The bride's table overlaid Artistic arrangements of roses D. A. Hines and family, )(1''./and

Middleton, Mrs. E. S. Matthews a lace cloth.-wae centered with zinnias were used In decora Mrs. Tim Thomas Mr. alai Mrs r 1,1,i With JOHN WA 'NE
Mr. I. N. Breazeale Mra O.:.C. floral arrangement carrying for this delightful affair. Howard* Douglas add fahtily.IMr ':" Also News & Shorts
Livingston M.... E. O. Mansker, the bridal motif. Mrs. Guy Sale made high score and Mra. Troy Thomas and Cane Sugar' S Bb. 45
and Mrs Frank Carter fetelng Miss Mitchell was given a ple Miss Lillian Stump made family Mr. and Mra. J. W. Thomas
1 Miss Luclle Mitchell, ,whose marriage of her chosen pattern of silver high. Each was presented and family Mra. R. E. Hazen and Wed., Thur. Aug.! 29, 30
to Lester Crews of High her hostesses. a personal gift. daughter Mary Francea, all ol DOUBLE FEATURESHAKEDOWN-
'., I Springs will be an event of Thursday Those enjoying the party Mrs. Sewell and Mia Newman Brooker. Mra. V. V. Hazen and ANN PAGE PORK AND BEANS IN TOMATO SAUCE
(' August 30. the honoree and her ented their guests of honor aon. Jimmy, of Starke, Mr. and

I'\ Centering the table was a bowl were: Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, a piece of silver In thelielected Mra H. L. Chaudoln' and familyof \ 16 oz. can 12c --- 12 oz. can 15c ---- 31 oz. call 2
i 1,1; of colorful summer flowers and of the bride-elect. Mr. W pattern. Tttuaville P. C. Keeter, and
'::1 fern. Stern, Mrs. F. F. Stump and Following bridge the twenty Mrs. C. J. Strickland and son Howard Diigg" Brian IKmlevy,
I The hostesses presented their house guests, Mrs. L. E, were served a tempting Tommy and Fred Conerly and son I'eglfy" Dow O'SAGE BRAND YELLOW FREESTONE
j y honored guest with a set of cups Hyattsvllle Md. and Mr. E. course. David, all of Oalne vUie. and Mr. ANDBombay -
and Mrs Wilson Lewis and family
I I'[ I of Miami. Clipper Peaches No. 2/2 2

k William Gargan Irene Ilrrvey: ,
Crews-Mitchell Also NEWSVOTE

WHAT Will Wedding PlansA DUCHESS

L I 3600

; YOUR Buy Interest wedding will of be outstanding the marriageof social
daughter Miss of Lucile Mrs. Mitchell James Marlon only/ FOR Cream, Pints 1 1ANN 19

Mitchell of Starke and the late
Mr. Mitchell, to Lester Thoma-
AT C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO. Crews, son/of'ThomasCrewa and. And ELECTs PAGE PURE STRAWBERRYPreserves

the late Wrm,, Crews of Venus Florta
The ceremony will take place
Thuraday'afternoon: August 30 at s 2 29
3:30 o'clock In the First Presbyterian 12 oz. JAR

CtktlMh! Starke. t
Officiating at the ceremony wll' ,
.- be Dr. U. S. Gordon of Gainesville i Super Right Thin Sliced Sugar Cured Breakfast (All center. Cuu 25 to SO Slice.'to ..
...alate /,by George ,McMaater olTampa.
: :: : I Iy -
(; ( i
The bride elect will be given Ir
ennnuus / marriage by her cousin, Samuel Bacon lb. 5 9 9FLA.

stinghorlse/ C. Mitchell of Jacksonville. The ..1 ,
iii. I matron"of honor will be Mra
Frank Carter of Clearwatrr. ServIng .
1.7: best for the bride 1 GRADE A D & D (Whole)
aa man
'I----- I liii ii L1\ REFRIGERATOR at only '
groom will be his cousin Free!
will be Tow
Pellum. Ushers John
ell, E. L. Matthew.,.8. E. Simmons Fryers lb. 5
of Starke and Richard T
.za'f ,
II r Fowler Ohio. of Storks.' and Cleveland 1

lsnesasC,+-- Following the wedding ceremony Armours
a reception will be given at Bath BarCashmere
; Freeze the Starke Woman's Club. :'A TREET 12 oz. can 51C 2 for.
: a Big 21-lb. COLDER COLD Bouquet, i iWruleys
No invitations are bring sent
Cost -4 ArmoursChopped
In the city, but all friends of the
.. Bottle on both .tde ot Free** Large Package
epee couple are Invited to attend both HAM 12
--- Chest ..loom for 12 quests 4 the wedding and the reception. P. ROBERTS oz can 57c Fab, for fabulous suds .

I arp.deeple..lb.Meat Storage Tray? Armours '

Big !U.buahel fruit and yegeUbUllumidramr. Junior Club Board Your Vienna Sausage, 4 oz. can 22c Octagon Ldry. SOAP .

-| Plans Fall EventThe Mayor
H Oz.
Distinctive 3-way handle lets yon STA.FLO
'} ..JIO'IIhe Door with both bands full. Executive Board of the Starch, qt. 24c A.JAX CLEANSER 1
Junior Woman' Club held a meet '

,;:.. l8 Mos. Economizer. Mechanism-for- long life ing last Friday evening at the 'On Sent 11thCapable DIAL SOAP 2 reg. bar 25c 'Large Package
home of Mra. 'AI K. Carlisle, at
COME IN .. use the great .
To Pay I which time the resignation of the 1 LUX SOAP FLAKES
Family Sue s, today SOAP
president of the club. Mra. O. JEdward. pkg of 8 59c

I .. Jr., waa accepted. Mra "-' Regular Bar
D. L. Thomas, Experienced Qualified With Solium
vice-president accepted .
iouse .
yoU CAN .t! ...IF frt
Mrs. Edwards, whose husband YOUR VOTE .
I has been called back Into service Armours Price, In this. awl guaranteed thra

In the army was presented with AND SUPPORT Corned BEEF I-Lb42c August 23.A&P.
a scarf and ear bobs from the HASH

C. H. Furniture Co. club In appreciation for her work WILL BEAPPRECIATED Borden -
Driggers In the organization while here.Plans Food Stor

were- also discussed for STARLAC, 16 oz. pkg. 39c
the Hallowe'en dance to be given C
Call Street Stark e, Fla. Phone 43 this fall. Bath Bar The Great Atlantic and pacific I Tra'
Delicious refreshments were (Pol. Adv. Paid. for byJ. fetlra *
I served by the hostess following ". Roberts) Palmolive SOAP, 2 for 25c 300 East t.Call St.AUG .

\ the business meeting.
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and hies L. -- --- -
Air ucoiia w&Wlldwood
Youth Groups) Jack DowlingHas i 17 for Fort Eustln. Va, He 1 II
'Mrs G. S. Nrwcimib and son Wedding Announced Baptist wero guests. of Mrs. W.I

Byron' pent from Monday Have Picnic At Lake Birthday Party I II H. Struth and Miss Kate Struth :member of the Army Reserve
through Thursday with hor moth I Monday.\ I

or Mrs. H. P. Moye In Orlando' .. and Sunbeam
T' HA. 3A, Petty Officer 2nd Class Robert ; '
Byron 18 still the guest ,of hi- group ,,1! the First Baptist Church; N. Beers, half returned to his post I wi N ITS Ad1

grandmother I w< THE R1EW5 I IrS Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mont th, nlc at (he enlisted men's club on.I. day "'lIve with his brotherinlawand ITE
IN Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rhodes and About' "A
Klngley Lake last week > 1 .sister Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ar-
son. Rocky. of Euwtls Mr and 30 children' and their leaders attended. i, nold..
r sod Larry Mm. W T. Randall and daughter
VV .H. Graham In his
Hazen Mrs. L. E. Jordan } spending
Vca V. i Lou. of Tampa and Mr and Mr* }
last week Jordan of Ovleda spent from'B. Riley were the Sunday guests The young folka enjoyed swimming -4 I vacation with his family at Kings-::

eturned varatlon tour Thursday to Saturday with Mr. .of the W. H. Grahams at Klngsley singing, and listening to sto- ley Lake.
.eks' Florida. and Mrs T. J. Griffin 'Lake vies Then they had lunch and
of Kan Duncan returned home
CJlIst I In per
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chaateen Sgt. and Mrs. J. T>. Smith and drink Mrs. Clyde Priest was
spent last after
D i B Knight I l Friday attending sum
.. week at ,Jackson. entertained at a family dinner Jr.\\daughter of Jenmip Ga. spent the I charge of the affair.Tranrportatlon mer school at Emory at Oxford.He .
1 t ty last Friday evening weekend her with her mother was furnished
will be home about three weeks
the first birthday anniversary of Mra Laura Tlson. by K. F. Miles and was deeply ap-
Hazen has returned their son, J. Roy. Mrs. Bertha Pearpe spent the preciated. before returning to school
her cousin
HM with in Wild- Mrs. C. C Mendoza and son. weekend In Jacksonville with her Mrs. T. H. Osborne left Sundayfor .1

T suyhorn returned Cliff, and Miss Gloria Johns of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Walker' and her home in Houston, Texas
stayhorn Mrs, Edward Ensor.Friends .
Lzcn for a short visit Jacksonville\ spent Wednesday family are moving to Spartan- after spending the summer herewith
with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.Mr. of Mrs William Morris Ikl.o- burg, S. C. on September 15
her Mr. anti
parents, Mrs
will to learn she Is
and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand regret a patient where Mr. Walker' will be manager -
f Knight, a student at In the Riverside Hospital h1 'tI r uw A. Wood while attending the U
vacation Mrs. J. E. Futch will return ''l" of the American Oil Co. pipe-
hla \
pending this weekend from the Brownlee Jacksonville. line terminal. of F Bummer session """ rr rm T. '
,,1',, H. V Knight and I Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Powell left Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bennett ofLawtey t\lr.\ J.. Insurance In tun "It n
at St. Mr James O. your
Mrs. D. cottage Augustine wlxrethey ) and Topp-I
nt' Mr Monday for a 10 day vacation In' announce the marriage of Pictured above Is Jack Dowling neevlnf. You newt not take
spent the past month. I Saludn, N. C. j their daughter, Norma Estelle, to ingJr have moved to son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling, your chances We offer complete
t home, 3fl38\ Peach Drive, South FOR RENT any
Drew P. Reddish' and Bob I-lIn-1 Glenn F. Williamson, son of Arthur side Estates Jacksonville Mrs Jr., who was host to thirty-five service, Including reviewing
ton. who have been working this S. Williamson and Mrs. Kenneth of his little friends at a swimming >011..1..A U without
summer In Colorado, returned, Leonard of Jacksonville. The Topping. la the former Miss Ruth party last Monday afternoon at JOHNSON obligation present | on your part. He '.III

FOR SALE Thursday nUht. Bob Is the guest'I cf'remony'wa.a performed In Folk- Toomey.Mr his home on Klngsley Lake The thiN we.-k.
of Drew and his parents, Sheriff ston. Ga. on November 3, 1949. and Mrs. L. D. Green were event was in celebration of his FLOOR

.'I"I! 'I! and! Mrs: p. D..Bed4i&: !<| )!!_-. I \Mrs.( Williamson'' la a 'recent 'guests over the weekend of their third 'birthday alln versary. POLISHER
Itniion 1/ uilew t'es and Truckers Mr; and MrrfTtVY B.'Scwelt and graduate of St. Luke's Training son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Appropriate water toys were IIr.

Miss Virginia' Sewell left School for nurses In Jacksonville.The Mrs. Willard Pass In Tallahassee.Mrs. supplied and sail boats were giver

):APPLE PRESERVING PEARS day to be the overnight Thurs-I young couple will reside In Green also spent Monday In each! guest upon arrival. Everyone $1 Per Day .
Gainesville where Mr. Williamson Jacksonville visiting relatives and afternoon of swim
Mrs. J. D. Cottrell In LeesburK./ I enjoyed an
NOW READY Friday they will go to Fort l..aud-I In enrolled In the School of Archi brought( home with her a grand- ming. Refreshments o! Ice cream, FARM, HOME

erdale and upend the weekend. tecture. daughter, Marjorie Green, who cake, and punch were served from s
will spend several weeks with the And AUTO Supply
Mr and Mrs Paul Shields and a picnic table near the lake. The
S DENMARK, Keystone Heights, Fla. Rev. and Mrs. Gus Young and Greens.

Mr. and Mrs Luther Lennon of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Trlplett and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and I traditional decorated birthday in cake and was yet
or SANTE FE STOCK FARM: Jacksonville spent Sunday at white, green
children of Annlaton. Ala. spent Mr and Mr.. L F." Smith Jr. and, low with "Happy Birthday, Jack'
JackHorrvlIle Beach. i the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. son, Larry, were guests of Mrs. Inscribed on top. Favors. of toy
Mr. and, Mrs. A. T, Ewell and I Alton Dobbs. ] CHRIS. J. NEWBERN STUDIOS
C, A. McRae and Mrs! David }lam- lolypops were given to the chil-
sons Andy and Ralph, and Angle Mrs. Ruth Broadway, Suit. Steve risk in McIntosh Sunday after dren.
Howell of Tallahassee are spend- I and Mrs. G. T. McCluer spent last

ing the week at their cottage on1:,week In Dade City and Tampa.Mr. noon.Mrs. Richard Trieile and son I Mrs. C. 0. Barksdale and Mrs.J. -THE KOVINfi I'HOTOGRAPHRS"WEiDINGS

Klngsley Lake. Mra.. James David and Mrs. C. E. Hernwall M. Mott are spending this week
Rickey of Gainesville are guests:
son and daughter bottle and Van and daughter Carolyn, were visiting .
with their brother A. J. Thomas,
I IMra.
of her mother Mm. F. H. Long. 00 PORTRAITS _. COMMERCIAL
Anderson of Ocala were guests of In St. Petersburg and Sara. In
Eula Wblgham is visitingher
the Swells. sota over the weekend. daughter In Statesboro, Ga.KIr Mrs. Nelma Keen spent the
Mr. and Mm. B. S. Merritt and Mrs. Georgia Russell was the weekend at Daytona Beach with
daughters Joyce and Sandra, are guest of Mrs. W. R. Swanbom of and Mra. R. L. McDowell, of Mr. and Mrs.. Joe King. Studio Open All Day Saturdays

spending two weeks at their Kings- Lawtey from Thursday through Jacksonville were guests of J. Mrs. A. O. Andreu, Mr. J. W.
ley Lake cottage, Sunday. Ujlow and Mrs. C. F." Ward Sun- 6 P.M. 8:30 P.M.
having just returned Hagan Miss Jo Ann Dlnklns and Wednesdays to
from a visit with Mrs. Merrltt's Mrs. B. Cohen and son Merrill day 'I Miss Hannah Swindell are spendInR ,
parents.. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. of Aberdeen. Md. will arrive Sunday I Friends.. of Mr. and Mr.. Donald this week In Stuart with rela

t r,1 liu Barbour In Tallahassee to spend two weeks with h..rpar..nts Barbour and family, will be Interested tives. 8 X 10 Portraits-$3.00

Mrs. O. L. Bra ley returned Mr. and* Mrs. W L. Andrews to know that he baa accepted Miss Mary Sue Epperson and

u Monday from a week's visit with at Klngsley Lake. a position with the morning Miss Mary Ella Turner spent
1 I Mrs. C. T. Beasley In Lake Alfred Mr. and Mrs. L. E. 'Harris. of paper in Jackson, Miss. Monday through Thursday with

and her brother-in-law and sister, Hyattsville. Md. are guests' of Mr : Mrs. E. Weaver of Staunton Mary Sue's grandparents, Mr. and PORTRAITS THE MODERN WAY

ant Mr and Mrs.. C C. Hoppe, In Tam and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Mrs. Harris I Va. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. F F Mrs R. L. Richard In Jackson
LL pa. I Is Mr. Stump's sister. Stump. Mrs. Weaver Is. Mr ville.
I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chambllss R. Devrlck andchildren
I Stump's sister Mrs. Denver .
and children of Jacksonville wererecent two weeks --:- --' -- -. "--- "- '.0..
are' spending ---=
Mr. and Mrs.
11 ft. P40501 airIOItTOa
cu dinner guests of Mr. and
In value! tier 22 < children, Arthur and Hope with relatives and friends In
A(iuc in Moras* cspscltr-snd Mrs. Charles Darby. They were
iquait'feet of Shelf area fncur bold over 33 Ik*. have returned from a vacation Spencer, West Va.
of,' 'fntra food*. HH large Meat accompanied by Virginia Jean spent with relatives In Detroit Donald Ray Ttlley, SKSN has REGISTERyour IMAGINE !
Darby who has been visiting them.
Keeper, Krltptr. bsndr Swing Mich.Mlaa. been transferred from Green Coveto
Shell and JeD>Onbl. In.ert-Sbelf. Mr. and Mrs J. E. Hardy and
299.95Y'S I PLASTIC daughters spent Sunday In Brooker Madeline Crosby daughter Cecil Field. old electric refrigerator Under w.
as guests of her parents. of Mr and Mrs. A. L. Crosby left I I Mrs. J. L. Chancey and daughter -
SEAT COVERS Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Baker and this week for Lordsburg-, New! of West Palm Beach arc In the PHI O NEW REGULATIONS

Tailored To children have returned home after Mexico: \ where she wll teach her guests of Mr. W L. Andrews and
HOME APPLIANCES FitLike A GloveChas.CaShepherd I spending ten .days at the Biggs I third term this! winter Mrs. T. C. Chutaln. )lei Refngera'for Dero/ YOU CAN

cottage, Kingsley Lake. .
Mra. George Cottman of Orlando atNASWORTHY'S NOW OWN

PAY PHONE 10 STARKE, FLA. and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dow)in it I lilt ALVAREZ' STORE B.M Men's*Clothing I ,,1894 11111

'SOT W. Call *- Starke, Fla. lof paytona arrived Wednesday to APbilcollfLREFRIGERATOR I I
_ (I I spend several days with Mr. and .
Mrs. W. L. Andrews.
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w.11II- Harold Davis Is spending this
.. _ _ "_' _
I week with relatives In Charleston,
Ronald Andrews will' return FOR
;!home Sunday after spending three ONLY 95
ISISTRUNK |I months with his brotherinlawand
sister Mr. and Mrs. B. Cohenin

Aberdeen, Md. 7 NEW 2-DOOR
Mr. and Mrs. W M. Edwards White Sidewall Tires
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bell of with NO

Gainesville spent last week In MI.

[Feed & Seed Store ami.Mr. PHILCO I

return. and home Mrs.Sunday J. K. Douglas after spending will REFRIGERATORSto Down Payment

a month at Earlton
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan'and PURE SERVICE STOREPHONE (If your trade-In will cover)

daughter Margaret Rose, and son.
Kaspar. are attending the wed 189 AND AS LITTLE AS

isto! announce ding of her niece Miss Shirley
Thels of Jacksonville\ at the First OPEf A.M. TILL 11 P.M.>

Presbyterian Church In Jacksonville 67c a day
this. evening (Friday). St. !toads 100 and 20 Starke, Fla.

t I Mrs. Willard J. LnMorte and

son, William, II of Pelham Manor,
: N. Y. spent last week. at Keystone

Inn as guests of her Mr.

I Mrs. II. T. Thomas spent Wednesday
WATER STREETS with her mother, 1(1'.. F.
T. Hines In Branford. AL.LNEWPHiLGO

Rev and Mr*!. Ted Brorksmlth Dedicated To Community! Service -
I SEPTEMBER 1ST of Hollywood are spending a few .Mo".. Are Better Thasi Ever" to the owners of the oldest

days with Rev. and Mrs L. D. -- --- -- electric refrigerators In thia

Halnes.Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Champion "Sat., Aug. 25 ONLY Tuea., Wed. -'Aug.: 28, 29 Territory -

II We Feel That We Will Be Able To Serve of Claxtnn. Ga. were weekend FEATUUE-
i guests of her parents Mr. and ,
to buy!
Oar Customers Mrs. A. Hartmann.Mrs. .
No slogan to writ I
I Don Patray and daughter. Gene AutryWHIRLWIND
Donna Lou of Jacksonville\ spentthe enter your oldREFRIOERATOR.

BETTERIN weekend with her parents, Mr. ...
and Mrs. L. O. Hazen. In regardless of mak.jlY

Melvin Gilley of Demopulis, Ala. .. ... .I. .
THIS NEW LOCATIONWe returned home Monday after a mourn nmnu HUM 'AjUOUS MODIlIJ.t 'Ot1'
.T week's visit with Mr. and Mrs H.H. BASQIACT'-.oRnSA) 'LUNDIGAN! <
Houstonl: I'rloei 119.93/

Will Carry the Same High Quality Mrs. J. E. }Hllderbran and rhlldren AND E015EONTELEGR&PHHILl .n r r

spent Wednesday through RADARSECRET
Friday as guests" of Mrs. Morris
Foster In Jacksonville. SERVICE '
: Purina Feeds f A Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkins -- FREEs999s I

and Miss Joyce Ward were guestsof j
Howard and Jerir nnAM '" II "
.. Also '''In.l, fla/etn.1, 14howEast"CARTOON '
: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seoul In "Dueksters" and "Radar p'HILCORADIO"PHONOGRAPH

Jacksonville Sunday. Patrol .... Spy King" Serial I AND lATEHT NEWS:
; Seeds and Mrs. Annie Colson. Miss Joyce

Ward and Mr. and Mra. Warren ...........
I Thur., Fri. Auj. 30,31 ... .......
Perkins attended graduation exercise Sun., Mon. Aug. 26, 27 eI ..., fHHCO I1U
t \ t. iliI \ at Stetson University Thursday I ......
FertilizersSistrunk I ... 11 CU. PT.UNEQUALlED
j .
",;.':h-J eve.lng. Eataf.1J1aMr r Iw ee...
I .. Mr. and Mrs Steve Simmonswere .. FOR
In Jacksonville Tuesday + pUIS
shopping! '
.... 10 '
I AMGMi'tl 1I'a
u much
( as 2 cu. ft. of
Miss Bonnie Paulk of WilUcooehee. .
GtNrCp ...... tora..pace-pl..1961 1981
da. last week with
spent 7 .41 I Ad.-d Dflllip featuree_
w >t+ wrrHelP
Miss Faye Paulk. tp F,1tN1Ce at the priee of smaller _
Martin Land and sons Robert S a---' a \' A1 _ton.:BtUJt-Ja 1'6.' ......r.fril

and Edward, were weekend guestsof

[ Feed & Seed StorePlenty Tampa.Mr. and Mrs. Levi. Land of / / EASY TERMS

Friends of young Steve Weldon I vSS sis**'" RED SKETCH .. .. .coto H. NGeneral ASWORTHYSupplies)

at New Location who would like to correspondwith c.c.,,t Tusln.
Parking Space him while he .ls In service Sill FQffiEST-UACOQNAlB! + Httt .
I may nse the following address: Aim "Woodman Spare That Tree" )

e 39 Starke, Fla. Pvt. Stephen A. Weldon Jr., RA Also"Family drew" Cartoon and Cartoon and "Wish Ton WereHere" PHONE
1442755.: Co. C., 84th TIC. Bn. 198
I[Div. Train 3rd Armored Division, ,

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BROOKER ELECTION OF )'IOUD.TO / I I I" I.,, ,, M.1V L .S. ,,... M.uv. Otraldln.

Of New River Folks' lIEU) 0: TiE 11TII DAY OF SEPn\mI;: ; ., ; : I I.,...,.I" ..MI-I., Clii sr. Ijil.in Little. Lllar Itlchara J. N Norman eweome L O.' ", ,A. r.. Letle Pheppard'lrp.rd., L'or.tI,1 Mllm, ]u. ,' .

F, Turner
By JewHle 1.4-n Lal.t'nhy Mri L.t'iCMr. Aclklitx'i i I A 7. '..I... Al K. J' I"'r" Mrx HI"I ;:;:;.:;;' Mm, 'M P., Sr. Lei-Kelt Katie Mae Norman Ovid.'.. f., T.T. S. Trub)'. J.itny J. V.

f An."w., J. W Jr. <-.. llowaul K< .. J./ \ Hlr.'I"r.' I.I"yd Lee, Joe B. Newiome Nowiome.. Ada ) Mr*. E. T. Tlaon h'il',; : .
A Alvitrel A I. i-ruxby. Marian L. Klit-rle. Ituxxull llur.,., ", Wima Lappe, Auirtixt Lillian Thompkln .
and Mrs. A. W Minion an( Glen ,
Aiitleraun., A W. 1-1,'.K, W. Ki.i.rle. Kilwnril: C.! Little, Tobl So..I. Llnl. .
I. Ed. 'Thornton
: .
Tobacco In over<< at laat and I son spent lost week here visiting Alderman I'oru' .i'r..bY A. D. J b"rl., Mrs K C.Adkiris i I"!:;" < It. j,. Lawion J Mr. '5.. J. T. Noetrtl.Noegel, E. P. Vernon Thoma., N\ N.1. \. I.,..'il
Joe Leon A.Anderxon. Inrl.'n
: N. f.w..n.
everyone Is getting over the strain I relatives and Irltntls. 1..1. "r.way. An JlaIlul. How. Lalnni, Oust Norman lh I n I. H. K. Thornton Mary i11,
Myrtle rmneron, U.rbera 1'lnll"n. Mm Helms I Ilinmle' f.ao I Mrs. K. Thomas, Mr .
We are to L. A Inl Llvlnir, Olen Newlome J. A. A.
sorry VancAnderxon. ;
of hard work and enjoying Home 01 report AlvitreAnnlo] nelte IWI..I. Klory Thomas '
h'r.ol. Mri. E. Robert : :
Fowler suffered stroke last week J L Albert I.. Jr. .. J. Jr. Illl.: II. Lee, Margaret Nichols, V. A. L '
a .II.
th J. "'i W. B. Thompklnx I'
need and
things we always .nl ( Violet W. I. Pearl 13. *, Thomai K.Lunxden. Xlcholi l u.rrp( "
don't mind working for. Bud and We hope he will loon recover. HI : Andre Alv.rn.*., VII'Mr. i;IHh r..nner.'r..by.. Herman I.,. "'llcb C. A. llnn"n"' .i V II. V. .. J.. na N. Ethel O. Alack) \ \1.M 1

slater Mrs. E. S. Bailey of Alvaras) }Haul -hrlstmas. James A. ... lava Ifaa'ru.t'laoe' f.II. George II. Olxen, T"artlehail Percy 'leonl Ar. Theo \1' I
Nan J'luitCiy .
Moody have a new Ford pick. Andruw., > 'hrUlman, Kilna w. Fun. Vvrdla H. Mdward A. Audi Ol.en, TltuxOverxtreet Cha. M. ..) II !".
up. The Grangers are planning a spent the week at his Alvarv, N.I.. Cha.Ietin, J. II ".rnn..ln. IRob.n.Anr"r.n Hall Mura-u-rlt M.Han. 1.11.. Tale T. Mr. Vlrllnla W. Thomai Thomas, ]lr.. Gladii I S ''I
side. At this writing he Is im F. Klynn, Oonrice Jeff Overxtreet., B. C"cl ,.
vacation in North Carolina. Roy Al.. "i-hltty. Inn.I.1 t.And.ron. n. li. H. L .". ., Mary Anne Thomax, S 1 .
FlormiociAnil Mr.
proving. ( .* A. ( rr lt. I. Klynn. Hamo.k. Hetty I..ona" Ov.rlr.. 1 '
and Lorle Tomllnaon got themselves K "'Iyn It. I. C, Owen. *, 1..1 Nelle "
r un, fnnwny OoorKe Jr. .. 1. F.
Eva ,
a brand new gas and. wood Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A Andrews. Wesley I,. C Fowler were: Mr. and Mrs Andrnvn, Mn. Maude Coliifin Thoman F. M. Harrr.ll Howlrd; J. M Llnxln Mrx t) L. Owen VlrKelOwen Wllu. A. Mr. (Oeurgi' \ \ .'
combination stove. Hubert and Sunday Mm. Ada r-olnon, Catherine' (a. KOKV. Urn. J. Mrs J. M Lowlx, MInter Mr*. Ll'an' W. w', '
Zella Rouae also have a new gal O. E. Fowler and son, of Jacksonville Alu AKxandcr.>nndcr, Wilma ('r.wpi, Ixiul J'ul.r. Mr.,Mile.r.ha E. InrrAI." Mr K. E. Lewlx. Pace I Ormid.. J. E. ., "Roberts Thoma"' "r. VioletV, I ,

range. Red and Cleo Andrewdidn't Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Holtrn A.plnw.I, Mr. Mar Crews, hassle l M. Jewolt C. Menderaon. 1 H. Lee, Lillian Owe.. Oeorir K. E. It011"'l'honia."'' r.Iliabeth. XV 'S. '.'"
J.. Mrx. Rebecca H M.
work In tobacco but they of Newbrrry, Mr. and Mrs. A. W A /.r.t Mr*. Corln C.nw.y.( Ferris t.ary C.IT. Kltch.Kowlcr RolicrtAlbert. Harvey I"fml."r. LewHamilton a. Lnne Tee, ,Th.lml Mack Oll"w. l.vPn ...., John Thomai, Ploy ". ,. ,
"n".Y. "
had green peaa galore. so they: Minton and son of Plant City and .. Julia r".e.I.. Alver J'lnd.rlnok., T.. J. ", Krnext Lee: Curtlx, 'I'. Perkins, Lln Eolln W. Thomax, Mn. HexletTorocl'e ,!x" !: ",

H. F. Warren of Gainesville. Alveras. M. L. Or...l.r, Merrit vf. Alary F. Hamilton, Myrtle' L.e. Ro. I' I.J"rry".n.; K. W. II. I. I 1 i lilt"". ;
celebrated by having their furniture Perryman Lol.H".n..1 Alice Vr. B u
Mr fHllej Jr.
Aniprasei Mrs. Crl )b D .,. Lewlx .Ioh. 1
Julia I
all done over. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Polk and Ouranla Cummings, Ollle Mae Fllnlin. Mm. Halxten (I. Lee, Alh.rt. Powell: ('ha.. J.lo..n. Henry Thomaa, Kejixta. ':" ,

children Sunday at Arnold Joseph ('ox. J. O. Mr. 'llnolm. H. Lee, 1.'n8 I'arkx, Ethel R. Victor W. Thomax, Clyde Nell II I ,, ,
spent 1. 1fro .
Bill and Marie Banks are readyto Andrew., Mm. H. f rox. J. C. Jo..phln.,., Mae 11..b.lh. M. Lowe, I"A Phillips, F.. F. n.l. Mr*. Henry ".ker.; It. ", \\ s '
pick acre peas. If any of you visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Andrew. Home J. Itofl. J. D. Vlvnn_ 1.lnnl'' i. H.I.r. Dr J. M. Lee, F1..n. PalmourLee. I'hllllpi, Mr. Volley L. T.k.r.. Mm, II. E. 1

didn't cannedor Stokes Andrew*, Mrs. Jewel .' II K.Conner Flvnn.: Klllott -J.Franrlx. : Holin.-H H.mhr., ,.Lenwan Pnarce, Mrx. I Mary Thnn. ., N. If. 1',
get acre
your peas Prlext' Clyde Ovid
II.Adam. O C. fivlil O I. J M.
r. J. .
Ellis Fowler and children ol Holton Mr* ., 'I I
frozen and think they're all *, II. II Caxxell. Mrx. Nancyfhlxrn Krnnrlx, 11"ln. Jr. ., R .It.Hutchlnirx. Lewlx Mrs Ovl 1.1 I O. I.rl..t. Mn. .In. Thomna, A. \\. ,\"
Tampa spent as guests of Adams, Mr Norma J.Anden llandal H. Allintin.I Paul A. T. S. Thomax, A.
gone you 11 be glad to knolthey're Tuesday Farh.rMr. Benlrlv R. Annie Mae 1..a.I. O"h '.
his parents, Mr. and Mr. A Kllianeth' Chlain Katharine Farher O. Lloyd Hlckx H U.Hlckx Iow.l. Mr* : I K TlmnmH, Kva Mne t ,
still available. But better .
1 McMullen : Thomax
Austin K P.Anthony (C'olaon leaale Mete 1141 R L. C. vt. I
see them soon before they are j,I Fowler. Harry (',,I..nn. F. nrlffln T. J.Oreen. Holm--: Marvin R McKlnney Iva Jow.l. Ned< Mrx. Kliile S. Thornton. M.; H \, 1
I Mr. and Mrs. Rufus 'Green Alvarez, Half V Currle, C L. R A.Alvsrs. V M.-Klnney .Melvlii Pow.l. Maria Kate Thom... Frank F. W '
Hear that Ethan and }Mabl purchased Hen S
gone. J.Carrutt III McKlnnev, .t\. K.McKlnney L. Jr. 1'
Mn Ruby, Currle. Norma Orlfrin, Mamie K, I h, ThomA. Mallnry
Bapp have peas too. the Frances RUBS houae recently Andrew., Uuy Mr. c.ull Oreen, Mary Hal,. June Thelma Ktta Mr. A. L'. Peek Mrx. .rl.JMrl. F, Thnmax, Vlra-lnla f.. \ 1 I'(;, '" .

I of alI have moved In. AlbrlKht, Albert Crawford Jamei K Lloyd 1: MrK.lv.y. .1. A.Mclntvre. Powell Wo.C. Vincent S. Thotnax. Walter ,m .r.
,1//, I Lillian Zipperer Mwclennyivas : fren. Hnll Jack W. WI\
'V. T J. (Mrs) Thomnx, "r. .
Akrldse, IMward U.Akrldse Clement, Herman flreen. Floyd Alfred IIHudion. I tRuly) Mildred H.: Hailla T I
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. and Hudson, WI
vaulting$ her aunt Mrs. Rhoda Kelley Frank Powell Thornquext, "
Mary J. Took Alva A. Oreen, Mr. K. mel Mr (Coren M.K.lv.y. Mary Rose Jennie ,, ,
\ Dowllng. one afternoon last week j I Mrs. Lloyd Dyal were In Alathua AVAry. J.nl. II, Cook Iloa C. flreen, Inn A. Hood Lllll Mil McKelvey lr. J, A Hum, K L. ".. hire Ruth Tenlv, Edmund n. W.h i.. :
Saturday. Friends of Mrs. Kelley Andrews, Elizabeth Champion, Don KColon. rioodmnn J. L.Alvsr.5 Hall. Hharnn McHae, B PePlum, K J. W. ". T'nlr, Louie Wod, 1\
\ I Emore! Cason-'and Aubrey Welch : L I>. Leonard. K. (lay A. n."i.nhronk. TemPt Mcltae Mr KthelMcClellan. Pellum. Mr. F. S. L 'l'hompkIn..Arel" .1k. ,n,

were working in HernandoAr lad will be sorry to hear she Is on the Alvarei, Thelma P. Colxon, M. Pearl n.i. hatch Pauline Iloltean.lorf. B C Jr. T. A. Parker. MaeH.r"4nbrook Mattel Thornton. Rlhert Earl Willie,, } ,I
elc. sick list. Austin, L. II.Andera (Coburn Amy B. HaroldOraham Robert' 1"AI. Selnia, P..k. France Dorothv I. Thomas, H. .7. SI '"iiu,
Carl Champion, Lorraine \V H.. Jr. H' 1I.In.o.h. Tlllman R. poxxer 5. 'V. 1. Merry Iteth *. A.: J., Jr. "UMllll,, .It I I
Had nice letter from Joe Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. Mettle Curtis K.Coran. J. A. Petal. Van T'hom. .
a long Akrld*, Cutchen Robert (Irlfflx. J wOrlfflx. \ Harris. T (I.Harrlx. I. 1\'lnlyr. T. Sam f..I. B. : S-V.
) Lazcnby who joined the Navy and Sowell, Mis. Iva Mae Lwis Jean Arnold. Maryon H.Aquiar Mr.*. Sarah Mr*. J. W. Virginia' M. M'I.nvl., Roy ., I'endnrvlx. J. I P. Thomn. WIII"Wlnkl'l, ...
John Cola J. W. Powell Oeorae Torode, Mr.
Endlcott and John Green Coran, Oraham Nathan Mr M. B.Hll. Mrx. I. P. Lnla .
a now In San Diego Calif. He Aqular Maml Lou Colion. William 5. O.ln.y. Irma .rlon.. Dora MneHochberirer. Mclntoxh. Alice Elliaheth Turner. Ilobert V. % I imuu.11,

1 acme to like It fine especially the'luxury" were visiting Mrs. Angus Belling Ackerman Ann H. 'Conway, Ruby Orlffl*. K. L. Adolph M.S.II. T H. Parker. Charlex folll. L. Thl,pen. W. L.. Jr. WIIIAI""r', \ .
and Mrs. Hall the Ac-kerman Fred ol.man. II A. Mrx W. 13. Prexxley Annie J.hor. Dnaj a. ,
Eugene in Duke nrlfa. Mr Hunter, crl I M.Hunter. Tin
of wing in bed until Alvarei, J.m. L.Alvarei. CovlnKton, f>r. A. T, Mr Sarah A. McRae, Mr*. DonaldMcKlnney Phillip Ernest .CynthIa TyuK. H. K. tO4
' a.m. every morning I Hit section Tuesday afternoon Arthur B Covlnaton, Mary C. Halnex, Ma"ha.. Saul A. K., .hr. Patten, O. L. 1." ," L 'vl. JI."I.T. W'lo; ,fdna;,
1' '
iddress Is Joe 428-41-07 Mrs. Cliff Kelly of Wildwood Akerld, Mr*. Curtis Cummings. Charles Oreen, Mrx Lufll H. Horton H.nk.r.on.Cnrl :1.IAn., T. K Ir. Patten Mary C. Earl" B T"om.. ,"., 'l'du.' ,
: Lazenby 1 AlbrlKht, Sol. (Chamber L. B. Oreen, T.. C.Oraham .1. B. M.rl.n. r. T. K.. Jr. Perkin.. .fohn. ,,Dennll H.Thom., Bernlc Wlln .
% :o. IU.71. UfT. San Diego 33, spending this week here visiting And.ron. Samuel Chamber. Mr. I.n. Alice F. nl..hrAn. Maxine M.rArty. Welter B. PAIn". Ernie D R Thomnx, James Wllom" "

relatives. Ande.on. Lyle Chrlxtlannon John Oatlln. Henry V.. Hld"ran.. R :.RA". Tonald F. Petereqn James Delorei Thomax, Annie 'Vellt, J'I'; L"tti,, ].
alt. AlbrlKht Alberta Chrltlanon. KdlthCol Mr, H.rp.r. Jr. Plekett., C'. vi- P. 1'.1
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waldon of Oeorre Ida Harper. "or'h"' lifarle I.Orl' Mabel 'hor.. L Warren M
Andrews .honored at a Avery Louln *, Alice E. Orirrix, HenrvOrlder Baste l.nrlrf. n. J Plekelt. Mr.. C'. I... I. Thiepin Mildred W.rr.n: 1
urprlse party recently when her Wildwood spent Sunday with Mr Alvarei R L.Alvarei ('ol.; J. I. B;,?",. If. Hovhlerler Har,1.'nhronk.. Amelta M. rlt. .. IT. Parker. William .' Laura E.Th""a.. Eddie Wh" 'J

I and Mrs. C. S. Kelley.Mrs. Mri. R. L.Anderaon Carter Katherine Oreen, olnrlaOodwln M, ,\ .. I.. Prhest. M... I..nnl. D. "hom... /.lhlry. Jr. ., nln w. I
'rlends all
and relatives Wlkl
dropped John D. CummlnKi, A. C. Henry T. Ingram. Mr.. CArrie M..ron"lrhl. n. Pr.va". 1. T.M. Mr*, W. J. .. J..ra
n .with nice. useful gifts, celebrat- P. W. Galney and son, Andrew, A. T. Crawford, F. M. Orlfflx. T.ennardAndrews MrIntvrc. Wilier Mae Prevstt". W. J. 'hom8.. Loll. JVJw Wikin Thelm"n',,A ,/

her BAE Richard of Dundee are spending Mra. Mary E. Crawford. Betty Orlfflx, Ruhv Ktlreen 'rKnl.ht. F. I. Palme. J. W. John H. Tomln.on, Mr. Joe S PWnrrcn p
receiving a degree
ng Akridge, Keba Copeland. C. Y. CarolynOardner Jr. ?. E. Poo.er. litra. J. .
Ingram. hush ,Knlah. L Mr*. John K. ,
'rom the University of Florida. the week with her Mrs Akin., Joxephln C. C. 1.. Sr.'r ", V. Joe V D
moter. Camper Oeorgre A. hugh Ir.n. P.lh.m. Mri. Shi 'omln.on. P. ,, ,
, Congratulations! C. C. Melvin. Mrs Alvarei, Luolle Martha (.rp.nl.r. T). W. Iar'nor. Mri. Minnie Inara" MeVay. T. C.. ..f' Phillips. MaryJenkins. *. Paul Trawlok. J..k L. WI'rpO.' Ja Mr tt t
I Alvarei, Dorothy L.Armitronc Carpenter Marjorie V. A. O. Mrflee. Robert H. 1'hillip C. H. A. N
Mrx. .r.n. WAlk
Melvin Paul Trn"k.
hear of her )IIIM.i
George Werre has built a big, are sorry t Hubert H. Crowell. n <1Crowell nla.oow. Helen T. Johns. 13lle P. liVeRs., (leefla F. }'artln. ('harica Hnrold n.T.lnlna., How Wlllnril, .1. iv 1

ew chicken house. He bought an Illness. Edith n..r., Herman Johns. ('Hrl r-4'ulev. '.Innl. PArtn. lelha S. Ride Tnmllxnn, ItovTnmllxon. Warren J. '
} Hamp Conerly of Rrownlee.) II L Chamber, I.B. Orlfflx. B. I.,. Jr. John.. Berry .frNelhl. Mr T. H. .I.ron. i Mrx. A nnl. Warm, Mu
building and remodeled I .r. Ganes RIhop.fl. A. Cha.nber. S.r.B. Hill. PrencottOrexham. Johns, Alvin 1I.r"mh. .11 k F I..I.r.on. R. 0.Johns. ,, Woodro... Kit Toomey M.yme I.Thornnn W'ldnn '.
ok good and adds lots to hi. vIe spent Saturday with sis- Krownlee. Etta Colley. Mr. PelCopeland Mottle M. rhariey B. l.romh. flra,'. n. I'atei. June VJobno. Mrx Bert Mrn. A. J Jr, TS'h'Igha. Ip"''I"A I Jr,

'lace -, ler Miss Mary Mott. Tlealey. (Oertrtld Mra. Mildred Or..ham. Morgan II.Oelarer Th.lm. rln. :cMllan. Mr. Hanson }'hilllp.. JIIBil. ..,, Bert Tlmmonn, RobertTlmmoriH. M'"
WhlhA'r. Eo
Hum, Edward O C. son P.Ar.on. Lena Mae ,
, Ralph and Wordna Prevail and! Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and PMrn. Bel foleman. Mack (Oreen Robert O. John.. Th.lmn fledMrXinn.v. Ann I'r..on. Joe Myrtle K. Torod. John A. Wa-hlnvtn' I

J wo daughters of Lawtey visitedVordna's children sf>*nf Sunday in Palatka Bronka. Hertha $ Tal.n. C, Oreen, DlartviOoilwln. grave )litrFinney Hnle JI.lev. John V ,,, I T"rod. Mra. Sarah II.|
Mr. O. E. Barefoot, P. N. Chltty, Jame L John M. Jnhne. .1. J. litrCnrthv. .1cm. 1. rl.rn ".I' ..FI. Tetxtone. Zenaa .I ." ,
McGauley. r
parents the Earnloutherlaods I Barefoot. Reacy Corbln Dolly Ooolxby' P. FOoolxhy .lonee. Emma Mrl'hlmnns. Mimry P"p". H.nr. .1. W T.I.ton..1Idr.d E. "'IIAm-i", .
$ weekend. Mr. and Mrs. O. A, Gay were Burner, (Oeorir w. Clark Kenneth D. Mr.. P. F. J.nklnK. ('hA. H. ''''RV. T.ens P Tr.v.t. .1. 'P.Jenkmn Mrs W. S. Thoma., Aln. J. liehr,, i '
ISUBJ "nln.
In Gainesville Saturday. H..nl. W A.. Jr. Chltty, James II 0.1..1. Homer .. hAo. A. 1.0.. Joseph H. pr.vat. Mr.. .1. ., P1, E ThomaM, Wise, Ktvt
II Brnello Moody pf Lakeland wtuhe Tlonham Mr. W. A. rhllY. Mn. James II. Annie Lou .Tohn.. 1Ir. Ruby .. Npla M.. .. 11ev. ., Mrx Janice Thomas, Leslie N. wie. "'1 !

: guest Or his mother, Mr, Mrs Robert Heirs and MlafLubodla 10wn. Mr. Florence W. W Jr. Ullxeon, HermonOelirer .John.. Jr. lil.'f'rarv. r. l'perr.. Neil W. ) Richard B. Tllley, W. K.Tllley Week, T."' i .
Plnhulster were Calne, Sara a.Collln. Wallace A. Inline, Allan lit. 1.rrAry. Evelyn Pl.k.rln. I.. Mr*. Marl wynn H "- )
'''I 1 'ronie Moody last Week. shopping "ran. Mr*. I.lisle W. Orollln. Ormlv, Thoma F. Jnhn. Mr. M.II..n V. .ror'l. W. C. J1.k.rln. Mrs. Mr.*.I.. II. Thomaa, Irene Wynn I.i.

) ': George Anderson v ttf called )In Jacksonville Tuesday .nt. Mri. MnrvRurney Mr*. Clydl E. Oatlln, PitxxeiiOrlffl John.. Mr.. Ruby H. MrC'nrl. Vera B. AI.n A. !Cleveland Thoma, Leroy "' Ji W
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conerly Mr*. Cllndv* Case, C. W. *. Wootro. Ju"I. Millard Mrfle.. Walker I'eck Ia Mori he Thomai, Marl "'.11 Mr \, 'II l
4 Butler consul-
ver to Lake as a .101
J Burney, Mr. C. W. Caxe, Mrx. Amy Oor"on. Jenkins. Mra. Winnie M'flriff. Margaret J""r.on' I.iluian John Taylor' Frances M. W
ant to the FFA Chapter whose and daughter Yvonne of Waucbulaspent liattle, Mabel! Colley, Martha F. Orlfflx. VaxroOrlfflx All"" 1.r.rthv. Mr., Dorothy Clara *, F. Taylor Pernlce M. 'VardI It t tWllllnni ,
t last f C. Chrlxenberry K. I.. MandvOrlffl John.. Mr. Laura M.R.. Barney" E., Jr. Presley; B. J.mr .
edlgreed Duroc gilt seemed tc week guests of Mr "a.I.al. f. *, Stephen E. Taylor, Albert C. John V ,
Mr. Virgii l Mrs. ., M. Mare F, MrMalne. rresley. Mra. E. '
and Mrs. Ciiri..rharry Th.ln .nkln. TArt Auxtln,, C. .iwriclu, InnWllcox.
I' ,1 v complcatonl anl lost input 1 W. Barr and family. Prk.dA. Mr*. Julia 'Vlnnl* J. Orlf. lohn. Mr. Fronie M.Mlln. Mr. Maurice Roy I'arlow John Platte ,Itt

f pigs out of a litter of 10 Mr. and Mrs. .. W. Barry and Brown filbert Carltorv J. f>. .. noxlettaOorrlon Jnhn. Mr.. Lola litrTmonnlI. .To."h R Quiaiey S. T Mm. II B. 1nl.rhll. Marie W Ink lei, MeriT.AMMIIInmx
Ml"D' A. J. Johns. litre. Dorothy R. McDonald W. Quigt.y : I'.. PAul .
family returned the first of the fleaver, Jerr' Carlton, Jad.e Pr. R P. P..
1 he diagnosis seemed to be that Bnford. Oordan. Mrx A. 3. Johns, Mrs, lijemie V.SoEna .. Mr*. Alice Underbill, MamieVlnnlnir. loll'
{ i wa* "tog faf. -.'-''* week from a vacation trip tc Buford. Mr. Irma Davis, L. A. :Jr. *-rwi Orew John B. Mr. SV. S. M.nA..n. n. A.'s.. Quick. C. H. Jr. Oenrej C. 'V.I'.ro.'VIIAm. Inn M
t"t Miami Wauchula and Leesburg. Burney Ida Ma Iavia B. M. Otinter, TC TJOlinter. Havana) Matth.we. E. S. Quick. C. H. Irl* Mrx. L p. "'a .r., Wllllim I HWnlker !
;,' Phillip Martlneau of Graham flrilleN., F. L.rrldve Davis! : Lee P.rryman Mre, R. fj John.. ('nrley l.nnlnr. Delia quick, litrs. C. II. ., ('has.. J. Vlnnln. I. D. MM Jnli 1
In our section one day last W. H. Hayes of Fort Campbell *. Mrs. Lllll Darby., Chai. nardner. Muralflies Jones. Mr.. Maggie E. Mld"l.ton. W. Ill.Snhna Homer Vlnlna-, M. C. Webb. Mr. V UHWllllnm .
I Ky. Is a 13 day leave Lllll D.moet. R. F. Oarlnnd (lertrud.Pettnett Ilert W. Mildleton. Nola Hitch. 3. H. Bett Vanpfy leorge;* H. ., T. II.William
eek. He has the old Carl Wynn spending Mary N. Parby (lrtfIs. Clara rOrlfflx Johneon Harold A.MII'hel. 1'.. .. Itubinanfl. J. W. O. Vanpfy Roes Mm
I, )ace advertised for sale.I ,wit his parents Mr. and Mrs. N Brown Oeorir A. Tlavlx, R. J. _, F.llmhelh H. Sa.'kenn. W. T. 11.th.".. Mi'.. Ida Ititch. Herbert C. *. O. F.. VI.ky. Philip J (n

I Su Hayes. >-. ; : Bennett PamuelBrnxkey. Davll J.uol. \ Orlder Rnfux, M. J lnak.nn Maro"r 1 O. Jlddl.lon. litadge hitch. laballe Ida Ma VI.k.r. J. MVlckera 'VIIAm. 1.,1
''I attended a party a Betty .. l".h. J.A.r. Davis In. Orlfflx. Oeralrl Johns. .. F. JArr. 11. omiie Bay Olive E. re.,1.. Charley Dorl -B. Whl., .
Mr. and Mrs. Mike -
V. B. Jr. ..
Iverei's home In Gainesville Tuesny Brown Oraea 1. VemoraNt.V0' Qrlder H. B.OelaeC. John.nn. Mn. iahorah Ihal.ter. Oeora V..han. Owen Won.r. rjcrilMWoner

. night. Had time. The and chidrn of Gainesville were Barker f ,. .; Dell Vamon nttla C. i It John.nn (laorge 'V.M"n"v.. Mr. L.la Hllch. Evelyn ,Ioh"nl. "al.han. Blanch ) M..''
& Proxkey. Henry 'r Johnptn. Mtlhewe. F. Iteitieter. Alice *, '
Denmark. tml7 M.I.
of her
ck Is getting better leta parentsMr. Deaver PuxteBrownlee K. Or..n. John."n. lrl 11.h.l. 1.1.1. HI'"b. Mr.. J. 1"rl.. White, O. W. Voting Mr, H. HYounir

Loubedla Johns Is still unable tc and Mrl. M Mott. They: ..1V. t.un..n.n.n"An. Mra K. u.Darby. (iri.'n. 1. J. Th.lm. Jilul.. l"reda N. 11.lh.... Iro.. Iaul Tlce. White, Ethel M 'li,4nrelt, <
have Klngsley Brown Mildred W.rtnker. John N. Ooorlman. Saber P/ .Tnvne.r, N. P. 1or.An. N. Hedgrave A. W. 1.. WhIte NoM RayWllllama Vxncev, K: A
u back to work but Is gaining : Mr. ..I.neW Darby. Mr. Jean. Oootm.n. Mrx Kliflxa Joyn.r, J.w.n 1. 1.I.on. Clarence, Redgrave. Minnl.hul r..1, Carl T. 8. Vance, \r I A
Lake where they a two Mr*. IT. S. F. MorOAn. Mettle John H C. : l H
ough 8 she can ride In a car spent Barden, .. Dink''n.. JoxephRUSE on. ] L Redorave. Mr. 'AI. Yawn >
week. vacation. r-rvnnt. R F Thelma) (lonlnsn. Mable / "" Mr. .1. F. 10". Ir. Maude Lute .- W.lnwrl.ht. N. P. Jr. VAn Vr. W H.
allowed to drive
still .
not ,
though "A.n. Ora Ma Dlnkln, L. P.Denmark. 01. W T. i Jrin. Beton O. (Tarode) ., Charlex C. "Wlnkler. AI.ln, E. Yawn Therm.Ynwn. .
three more weeks she hopes tc Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lewis and Bliimer OeoTB C. Claude ? Mr R"rlfflx Jordan. Grace )Stenire Freda Reva Rowe. ('lyde '. Ruby O. Wllllama, tie Hit

B back on her Insurance job a- ; children and Mr. and Mrs. Howard r'ro"n. H C. Dennl J- rl.IieHue /1 John.on. litre. O. If.lilartines. Sn. Rowe, J. V. Nelson Wllllxmx, Loulm Younir. tl I
t Chadonln and children of Miami Drown!; Mrs. Florence, Obey Oradv, "'Vlhl.p/' 'i'nt..bi. .tohnsnn. (l.ora'e H.MArin.. Nelili RI.h. Carl G. Wiggins Orle !I.>.. Ti, nf |
ifl \ I, -.- ( J. Moll. Mr.. Ara E. Mr.. WII.m Blanch Vo.n.
I 'l'.itt'f.l.ffTtmtrR. A. 7sta.1 James Green J"hn. harley HI"h. 1.01. \.Inwrl.ht. ,
I J. Turner. Jr. bought' are spending a few days here with It A. Jr.Burnev. Mrs. (bIde (lreen. Katie Johl.on., A. R. "ty. Harry Robert A. B.Wllllamx. YounXlla M(
ha (1. W. Iurden J. E. Mooney. AUrl Wynn Oertrud
Hazen and and : Ooodman. .John.on. Phlll lr. : Merxxy A. "
Mrs. Q. p.
Jettye family .fo.8nl. Mr*
I t It Kenneth Turner's grocery: BartonT. C. liowLinC. ('l."fl. lit. Orant. .fnhn.on. :11. F RIchard. H M. otielln T Wll.on Pea. Week v.om.n.
Ken Is re- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas. r-arton. II. A. Mrs. Clice. nno"w'n.' I.elln .Va'kson Frank 11... P.. F. Raymon. PnutTordan ;
I ore In Lake Buler. Io'ile J.Eroiky liarby O. Willie Mite Mr. Florence fleymonl Ethnljenkine lbO'l'ICE TO "
Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Lawhorn ".nn.U. tienniark. S "oodwlne. Abe : WOTICB 1''PFR .r..Rr.
rted going )back to his old firepartment Loul A. William E. flreen. Rosa Evelyn 1nnnln. 0"1.8. HI h. N. T.. Jr. r.'w In CircuIt f..I. Ir.
who were called to Tallahassee du Mrs. A., Jr. Vo.ln. Sam 1CTI'rrOI'' CONCERN: Klnrldal In ('ha""PP.
) .John.on. nonnl. Ro..nb.r.
I. Or.n. 1' !
| P
job. UI.hol'
I Un..1 'I.I.UI"
Ial'J' to the Illness of their son Elmc i-lV IBIY"1. J. Olbsnn. J.rn if. .I.k.on. I.ly :10..1.", Deatrire Io..nb.r. I. hereby given that the Davhl Emerson :I.rtnh,
. SKI. David Southerland of Ft. I.I.. A'T .. oin. fliheon' ., 'Mn.ln.. Jones. T. H. B. Row. purxuant the Ftctl- Lllley Hhelley ;IAlln cane N..g'
: .
} ; .
who underwent an operation, U.Plirnett. Jnhn V.Mnnnln. Thlma Delia Pill No.
with re Baker. Ooddln' J.hn W. Ll. Ro..nb.. Statute, HOI.e
.ampleir. .
. enDing stayed quit turoed to their home here last Hal tV, Ooddln' Wrx John W J*.1Aon. ("rla Macclay. litre. 1."ra R.wlan". U .. No. 20' 3. Laws of Netlre Ta ApSes Shelley Marti.rexi.lcnce ."./*
'1 s parents the Earnle BoUlliertnds l..ll MargaretBnrdette. KLrn1.MMr.KMyrtlc.Dow Olllard, 'li" .frk.on. n.M.lhewa.. John D. Ro"l.nd. Kln.y will res-lxter with the To: Lllley I 'fl'
,. I David suffers week. Friemla of Elmo are gladto II B. K Olllard, "' Lucille 4" 1"r..n". ThomA. I. Rowe. Lassie of 141.Ile circuit COlrl. In and an.1. ".'lr'oul.d' Ib
$ recenl' hear he Is Improving nicely. Brown 4'. D *" .. Ernest J-. Oh.nt. .Tohna. On..lh V.Malh.w.. Clara M. Rohineon Alvin County Florida upon You are ,'
N.I.o. .
malaria which ; OIAdV. 174.11 Ttnhhine. suit for Dlvorr
.: Brown. VldellBrvnnt. Ohent.. ," Jonee.. of proof of the publication : abo-i n'
rlolcaly V. Harrull and daughter, r.. J.nl. 1. Mitrhell. flithia Mae Reglater. against you In '
1 .fareg notice, the fictitious name .
Pacific :Mfltred
,. e contracted while In the lrJT; Doyle O'D Orllra. l'alpline,, Halite Andrew Roy and cause and y .r
Jacksonville Sundayas Mr. 1..11. RohArt.
Judy spent .faragn. : .f fO"
.. and took medicine .II..t"n. IjoSie. J.r.r.on.Bee' 5y. : to serve a .tPY
he rested Margaret Riehard
. guests of his mother. Mr*. Bowe. Tienton. 'saasiKisa A. .VohflsCfl. nolh 'V N.bon Pad Manufacturing; Co., Ine, : :0 or pleadinK 10 Ih. eomt:
Jr. ithoden. W. .
hUe home. He has returned tc Rlx-a-a., I t.tr. P. J"hnsofl. W.1oor.. C. which w* are engaged In AlnrnCVI ?
Beuloh Harrell, and Mr. and Mrs Pillar ." K T-, ..r.r'amp'I.'.. R. C. flhIl/lifr.. Prescott .Inhna' M. V Monr. litre. 'orl" Vir. flhod.n. Clarence In fitarke, Bradford Coun on the PlalntUf'Ittarke. Florida i'
inning but Ms wife plans to re- and Broadway. TluthBroadway. JnC.a. Mrs 3-Tattle. .Inla Robert.. 3. P. I.ndrum. ,I
; M. O. Harrell family Alton : In the
i aln here and with her parents H Pni Mite IfnrfVer, J. C. .fa.'k.an. Margaret Ti.Merrer. NIck Roh"rl. '.01., F. the partle* Interested In laid the nrloln.1 .1',, o.
, Mrs. Harvey Baxter and daughter Hobart B nobba .leekeon, T.tile Merrer. Mr. Annie Mae' Ro.l.r. Mr. N Clerk "lr.,1 "
.a*. He.le' If-nilnitwav. F. O. enterprise are I) R. ** of :

tk, Butler _'tm.*. and Mrs. Lee Harrell of Jacksonville Blair: .Wri-. Odl'wuBrown. FJ.Bagwell. '}I' U. _,,, .. PJ W. Knight. e. A. 1nrrie"orrl... 1r..7 H.. Annie Ma. Rosier Regieter' N. )I,. J F,. ., Lexington N. C. and Jack for 1951 | the otherwlxe the 'b">'..'[...

.tt. will
fcVivAL STARTS SOON spent Sunday visiting Mr. Kenneth P1 .r, 11. Kendr'ok.' '. S. Iol. T.mlg RItch. ( FI., N. C. xald (Complaint
I L C A. '.I. ( I.lor. I..lnllon. by you. "
trace ulllil
Don't forget the Baptist Church and lr. Wade Harrell. Papiweil. CI.Q .. 'l.i. -. Je.". Hop Knl.ht. litre. N. I. ""nnln.. Rowe. Mrs.. 1."ln"lon. N. C. "onfe..d This notice .hal b. ,
B nton, ajlackion, fir .. A. K.ndrl.k. M.r.h. JII. Reynolda 'I.rah' i P. 5. SI Lexington week ," ',,
EVlval beginning the first week Tla meeting at the Baptist Burnhkm. Pearl u.ri.'r.J.VIo.. Ruhy. IT., Knight. lara ia. "MartIn..t.re. .Oold. Beynolda. F : .lor. 81. onc. each In 'ha 1..M
September. We plan to have Church conducted by Rev. C. Bryan, Mary touglas' lye } / ., J o R Knight n. F. Martin. A. D. A. H..hln. L "",.Iof. I.exInKton. N. C. we.k.

ome special song services by Jon F. Hooker of Gainesville and sing- Brvan.flatten,Weeley c TC.Batten. ., W. IiUn'a0.IrnuEIae .i1aeetl I.- a. Hllo.IUlo. Mr L .. KI.14.K..ne.n N.lm.. M""orf'Mnt, 1.1.1. L Ru.h'n.l.ndolph' 'o A.1.i. .this. ,lath.. L.lnaton.A..u.N. C.' T.t..ph Dated this Bh. any ,1 AUf

cat of Worthington and his trio Ing led by Richard Roberts ol Maroar.t. ,un W'J Jr. .1.. W. O L 8 Kldd. Eunice. 10. Mlon l.y. ..1.F.loA'. n""ln.: TouiaKinid. mi at starke, iesi.(OFFICIAL fF"I., A ,J TMr t cu-
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ev. Strickland of Ralford will Gainesville, closed Sunday with a Barkedale, f ood' : M'" w. J. Jf. ".1. Maude C.Rrown. Ilr. Je.nn.t. Mion Jean n. Roh.r.R""tln., jf Jewel ED. ) Florida. Clerk (,I" ,
Parkidaie. Barbara Ann'. M" Iar.man. Alb.rt F 8110! It T. 7lesVCl' [; ,
onduct the services. good attendance every nightThirteen W. W. I. PuhCTt.0 W. .rlmAn. Elsie K..n. Mr. Lance. litre. M.I.on.M.I.on. litre.V. 8. Rnherte Roberta. MAr'ar.tKlln..orih. By :: ?

Saw Eustace Lea Kelly, Jr. members were added tc Brown Nherdla F. DCVII 3-rtCeTS.' Amelia C y/ Hart Hall, Rdna lorw.n. R.h.P. Rope. norn.h. iOTirK -.FCTfO'

down here re- the Church. Bell KlhelBurnett. l'eS ..1. RheliteRurnelt Knpelou.o". (leorge Mor..n. Annie' Laurie. II.h H f NOTICFTrrFtac.
Fernandlna .
Hal hemingway ,
rom \ 8a ; -
Dorothy javIN. I.n" raPtYTeminway !r. Klrkl.nd.. ..J VAlrl.'.. Jr.n. 111.h.l.. Willie" ROi. Jo.Kid.l Florida, by virtu. of the Klorldal. IJ Cfcancerr.Evelyn .
lently. Brvant .bl. pvl" 7... O M" Kathleen I.Oh.Y veat.d In m* by law, do Johnson ? Arr. PlalUI.

Little Glenn Tomllnson Is back I.n.h. James B. flobbe.. 9rs3Qf llemlna-wav.. Annie K.nla King. Walt.r Sam O. Mathie Moo.I..I."lh.r. .1. 5 Roh.r'Unherte.: 3 Vsnae. call an election to b* held Eugene Thomas M hat.'. N,
pobbe "h
He Brlce.. In.. J..n. n.l. n. t.cee. 4'. n City Hall In the afor iald .o.
from Nashville, Tenn. GRAHAM 1tvlifl, T.niis" n.h.r' P .
ore Nina R. "* :: Hoti.ton. II. Kit. by the qualified voter on Te ApP5' '"'
A.hop. B. "' HArnhl Retire .,
Miked well and had gained weigh willie 1.vltn. Anna Holland. Rxxle' D KI.King.. .:1.. .. Ol"rl. "'I. 51. Hoh.rt.. Mr. I September 11. 1S51. for tit. Tn: Eugene- Thomai gh 'ltVreldence .>

ut said he want going to be By .. John McKlnny Blount, Toe W. pa"i' Emory, Haien, Clifford. Jr Kriptemeyer. leapt :h.dorr."n.lorr..1 .. J 1. Roh.l Robert.: JIII.n of electing the following; and *'tire' !|'(]' l IM|
flinch Florence TJ. Harrilnv, T. B Al Mnrr.1 *! are hereby nnr'
In Tennessee as his grand- .. Krl.t..P. M".I.. Ro. Mayer fee T YOI ,
o stay Brown, I.r.n..II.Plankanxhlp .vl"i.vtI. Hxvnex. Oeora-la'" K. Warren Pauline ** Years. suit for Divorce : J

other, Mrs. Margaret Kelly, whc A family reunion was held Au. !r. l"nn'A) '.lah H'lirhe Ifnynex.' *, I.nm. K.I.". R..ena Moore,'. .:r.q".ln.. RI.d HAv.n fl'lahKlllln.ewnrth Alma f'.I.C.f Police. S fee .". maiden name In ht"I 1u..u ?
Hop V.
Villa litilfnn. egainet you
IBS been spending her .winter gust 12 at the home of Mr. and "ar..re. r.o.I.* .. b I. J. U.rrln..nn.Iara Mary R. N. litalnneJtlen M. Rn..il Rnminsn0 w. n.k'irklfl'I. v. CIty rl.l. Te..re.. T.. Court and cause And itt .o,
;here with her daulhter. Sarah Mrs. Ed Parl h. Those presentwere Brink,. Roy r.I..a.lisle. .; ".I I. .. K.le. Ethel '. Malone."r.rt. J. R""n WAI.n a4 ... for Tens qulr.1 10 serve a "oPY t. I ii"' ,
Betrite. Ralph V.Beeriie ,ami. Hunter, H n plesdiflE '"
s going to spend In I : Mr. and Mrs. Earl Slade Doris II. "u.I. (, 8 Ha van, John K K.,. Kenneth. 1.lh..n R. MI.h.,, ".7.11.. lit. Redjleh( 'or. of said' election on.w.r the"I PlalntU'. /1.I;; '."
lorlda. the visit up of Mr. and linker, T. Z."V 'larence HutchlnaMr I K.r.. ) Hemmlnirway !
and son, Boby Miami .; An. John War- Muhlhof.r. Mildred A. I..ndr.m. ft.rk' P
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Anyay. I' K."fm.n. n.dtl.h Ruth the ,
linker, Kdna Ma no. nle L. lie. Edwarda fi
here did and he looki Mn. Euatt, of Miami Mrs. C. F rca lln.r. 0 P. Carl the S '
rec.tp. Wv.. .n. Frances Herlonr 10h.r" flames ,
g "lrN Dr. M T*. Mr.. Alice ... Mr. lifer. ., Clark of the (lr.I" ,
it a a fiddle. I Bean, Mrs. llamlin Plneber ot: riaxx, Willie P' ... f.rlor'' lo"'on. Mr'" Hilda Ka..n.' Mennine. Marion C. n.Robert. I William fore the 10th ;,] .

Mr. and Mrs. Beneten ol Barton, Mr. 1. A. n.I'o w lterthC I.. H..dln. Mr.. T. ". Kere.vs 0..00'.. Mlii.' If 'V hrl.\1" ': Spark otherwlxe th. all'., ". ,"
: b
Georgia n. Raymond
Botrt n. will
"n.R. M' Moss Mill.. H. Rii, Complaint
-,. Dover, Mr. and Mrs. Slade ot Alf tie care, Mae. 't-monnIe nol..n"orf..mm.t. Ethel K"I.h. M..r Itoilia 1.. Moody 1.011, .r.. : Cent Erfi.' L .. whereof I hereunto teased by you. .:
P. Fldr" IUI. .'
Mr. and W. H. Ruth P..fon..I.r. porolhY Hola.ndor' Ben Inl.h. my name and raux tli. This not If* "
Mr. I' In. : K..rl..n. In.'h .oo'I. Catherine J. POeler 11" the said town tn f.r I
f'"r.nu.h. J.r'mAn. Moore. .lame. T P."v. .h.r.nt. once each week f'l I
1 land of Adell, Mrs. Lee II. Smith I".ol.h. H.I." I. : Mrs J.me. Fd.l. KII..rlh.. : Mr. n. R'.hv' : 'n this the tth day of AuBUPt, week In the P'P
Frlln .. .,, M.rlh. Mr. 1311. '
ATTENTION of Miami and Mrs. Jlmmle Frank f..v. H. eat. n. O. tie. t'l.r. King. 'l'riman W. .. T. T.I..aph .\ it., "
Itii-xey, Ell, P. S Holllnirxworth, f lilitchell. I., f.lmn I., <-1AL SEAL) J. n. Wain- .' ) : 'r"
lln of Cecil Field. n.vl.*. Jo. ,.v' M. Hollln-ixworth King. Macon n.v Thnmaa .. .1.,.. Mayor. Dated this 2J 1.? 'A .,
8 Mri. 5'ni'e (I. OFFICtAI. "F\t': '
You Have Mrs. Ed ParrlHh spent last weekIn rturOett Margaret K. pennts. F. Annie Xcii Kit.,. one Mitchell. n"ul..nn. Leroy ": Oarl Johns, City Clerk ( Clark r -
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I Macon, Ga. Wlahop Lillian M. f-teen "r. la..r.1 Haien. F. Keefla. litre. Margaret :r. J.rbaa Iump. F. F. 8110 5t !a's By- Myrtle T. )"" :raOTtcE ,

PINE OR CYPRESS Mr. and Mr. Ru..el Starlingand "t Clark k., I _o J p.a.,i: Louis.. p.nvn n Halxtlnvx.Hona-h. II. Same.flevalelt L. K..rn.. f W. Moor"nlr..Unbent B. I. L Scott. p.: A.K.rV. (3: K. TO APPEAR --rlFt"

children of Tampa, Mr. and ''0. Mn'LT.E. prvrli-k. (.h..'. M. "aln.". lewis D. B. )1.or. Queen "app. W. liiXpflv. ) ... <-...t. Rredrurd Cea.tT, ( ... C'
'Y. H. F.lhP .
SELL Robert ward. V. K. 'harlea "n'"h ., C Caae.e.. ro..t. .
TIMBER TO Mrs. Lassie James and children of Croxbv Canner., t.l, 1'.1. Roeevelt Jr. Haien. L. n. Knight.. I'hal. F. lilapel. Ray W. "'"mp. t'v.I Jordan ".. flalll Fi r. CI..le rid. .l ('.".?' p.rf.. "t'I

Dundee and Mr. and Mrs. H. B Conner ,, Doualal.r""' Haiej, Mri. Frankl Kite. Ben """"1. lobhl. R Sih'nx. J .PI.lntf. Lucy Orh..h. PJ" \
Large or Small Tracts DoilKlax, Mr*. H. C.Dlnkeni. ,. .t. Netie "artn. Mrs.L .
the "
Altman of Nichols were Ce-lxon.: Kirk )r. 1.11. No. r
ge.1ot ( /Belaidrow.on. '' Jonnpn.tln. HU.I' William| Ruth Martin. H..r, r. "I".rlnk. Jo.r T. Appe .. I, "S&imXy;, .. .,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl .o..on. Frnert Tr7.Duetln. V. E Mrs ( ) :
( ) Saili.
All '- CIa, MPell. .lh.. L.nna I1.'rlhk C. H. Jordan whose residence SWT"f2ixSTK [ :'' S..
Bertha Xi VI'I
We Buy week. "llev C Ca* Mr* Howard. toe A. tong. C'orneil# Peek M.tb..O.1 "lro.. 'elenaLonE. ,,' l'"known. : I
j ocarDommon. Howard. HeulaltCanto0 T T M.lh. Bruce are ) .
C. hereby that a : r
Mr and Mrs. Frank Hines ancbil.Xren Canova. Bun 1'.1. nolf.d r ,
Fr HexlerDommon. .rl.-w a.V'anVR. Long. Meewle l.rco. Seymour R. 5mlfh. Jlhl.. K.Lewis. Divorce h. filed ''
PAY TOP PRICES were Saturday ateron rCrewx. C James "0. III.* Je5 ""In l. you In the above mliii for DivOrce' M.Hs. .
of hi sister, HiCanova n"n..n. Pa 'lrt I). .?., .. t.ihtW.. 31.. N..m. I A. Sapp. guests Mr.
1 V A. Dnnran. D.I. Henry A. H T.nnofl. P. ....m. Ftn" Stern, W. to Perve a copy of your an. ( a.d "au..n :f' ,
Starling. 4. Tenn* W. N."or.h.. Pleading' to the our. s '
Canova, !
Horace Cain R.Helton. .. N..or'h.. mltl. Plaintiff's Atnnrney. to lt. .
Write Call Mrs. Irene Rattlff, Clemonronla SSSlrSS RuoT; M. ( T. f1""lh Jr T. Frank ; r Y'
or 'vhnrit J. I. 11r. W. SlIme Stark.. Florida and fit. f
and wife, Irma were visiting then\ ronpe, '. Walter Kdward. Mr* PellRppereun. Holland. Rleanor' L..m. .".... Ellen Imlh'H'"r7 In the office' of the and Pil r1.n. Ev.n ) ., S.. ,

mother Mr. J. F. Crenshaw Ir I (1m"01cm Joe W *.. Jr. Harris, Truman lnr. RI.ha.d n. Mnllman. W 1?. .f the rlr.11 Court on or h. ."a.. "ullln&.Sc, j. is ,
Mri. 4'. Kpperion. Dorothy llulto, Silro5 10th '
Ih.lk W. a.nl. TaweOIt I .olm.n '.11. Lsrylawson. September. lUll 4 .', '
B.T.THOMASLUMBER Gainesville Sunday. n. Mrx. May F.ilward. J. MKdwardn. HouKh. Jn. "" lifre. .. H. Jr. "Stump Evelyn ... the allegations of said of the Clerk 01 .,

Rev. W. C. Burton has returned I 101.ant/". J V F. Luetl. H..,,. .. p.Hathcock 1..1.. ). .lm.L Nneg.l. 11..".,. "...: M,.: M will b. taken a. con. Of O. before the 4']' h ,.
R IIKnallh. Tire. Sor'on. hy '
rj. ,
'' Mare-ery H. Fnsllxh. Hatl. J. R. litre "ou. her iflt! "fio '
.a'lh. I
CO. home after spending the week it I "nl>". C. w, Leona O.Kdwardi. Henry, 1.1... Ethel N..mh. 11tty '". notice shall b. pubhiehed of .*ld romplaln'conf.xxed a ';'
Crescent '" 'n Lemuel Merrill H."Oo o. P. lAmb. Mr.. Elab.th N.wenmh. Sparks. 5. EI..on. .a.h week for tour Consecutive by T"1' :
PHONE 211-J Mm Merrillirjdwardn. *. J. C.p.r. Jnhnni. !to '" ro
,', on. Mri. Ads Kdward SI.hol. 5ilco Mar" the County This noU" \
Dr. and Mrs. Campanella an Hobbs. 51. Noerel. i Padfor4 ri r
I' O. Box 733STAUKE w A. Olady.I I..... Mr. Sta-ley g. Ilce'J: 11 once each week "d'
daughter Joann are back homi rude.' Roth .... .Mrs Carrie Mickey Elms Le. I Mr.. Ellen n. Noecet. Jewell A. .ark.. Mr. 5 title Ih day of week In the PradI ,
FLA. in Sat ark Mre Llial .. .. K.lalneF.nnl Hardy, Ch.rl. t.. T. Newman A"dr.y CIh'nz. Mr. 01'd Aa.uet graph I
after a extended visit I .',,'l.en, Mr* Busch E. .. OarvRdwarde. Hardv. Juanlta MHolllday. I tanalSe.. F l... 51. B.. .ewnan, 'h.rt" W. ( A. J. Tted thIs liSt r-:;
Rose Calif. .r.., W M. Mm. B. K.. Arthur M. I '..*w. 1.'h..4 New'at. :r., Albet .rln'lnw; ..,Clerk Th.ma.. (OFrICTAL gftAI I -,

V Mrs. Louis Wlgan has r.ture..f 'r..ler. Ilaiel ta Ennli; Mm. Neva M. Barton O."R. I Lan& MartIn 3, MaCct 1' T. Deav.r,rlr1 V.Plt,((1..1 Myrtle Clerk T r

home after a visit I New York. 1,10 41812; By .


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I villo Ca. who was visiting' Rev I due to the death ..1 her: aI/iter'/ In-
at Baptist ChurchA Presbyterian ChurchSunday f Church of ChristI and MM Hall, waa called horn I law.
I 10th and MoMahon PINE
friendly welcome will be received School at 9:45: a.m
Bible School.10 A. M
i1 I by all who worship at thE Friendship Clans 10 a.nt. Preaching A, M. and 7:30P. : By Mrs. II. M. McRae I
l First Baptist. Church This Sun 11 a.m. Sermon topic "The Road M.
day morning the Pastor will bring Ahead"Mr. I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke
Prayer Meeting and Study Church at Pine Level was well ,
the last
in a series of messages McMaster wish. to remind
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M attended last Sunday morning
Lewis I). Ilaines, Pastor
::J"aHan "August Addresses by the Apostles congregation that this Sunday welcome. School
Everyone with 168 In Sunday
t it .," with the sermon topic "Philip= will be the last Subbath, Worship
Brother Alton Dobbs brought th In The Heart Of Town
Jefferson & Court Streets -
Churchble Prepares a Proselyte The adult Service which he will\ conduct this riiritcii OF JESUS CIIKIST senIceThree .
Methodist ChurchThe at the evening
message PHONES Office 23I Pastorium 130
choir : -
will singA 1th Mrs. Mona summer. He U moat anxious tc 0'TTF.n MAY SAINTS: forward for member
_, school was the larg- First Canova at the organ. Sunday have all the members present at v v
that It has been this Church ol evening the Pastor's message wil this service. All visitors are abe The Church of Jesus Christ oi ship.Rev. 7:45 P.M.
11:00 A.M..
\\1 BY climb- Starke cordially Invites you to at and Mrs. Young and twc -
Vow that we are be "Can a Christian be a Murderer cordially invited. Latter Day Saints will hold their
tend the following services of children and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
1 us. keep It going. YOU wor.ship ". The Youth choir under the Youth Fellowship Sunday eve quarterly conference In the George Ala. attended Sunday School 9-15: A.M. Training Unions 6:45 P.M.
Sunday. 26 of Anniaton.
at 10 a.m. wii: on August direction of Geo. Jones will bring Washington auditorium Jacksonville Trlppley
Sunday ning at
i Church School begins at 9:43: :) p.m. Church Sunday. They wereweekend MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45 P.M.
dl,, this. Bring the entire Sunday morning. Sunday morningat every a 15 minute Song Festival at 7:4preceding : : Prayer Meeting Wednesday Sunday, August 26. at 10 a guests of Mr. and Mrs .. v v v, v ,.
,nd your friends. The lee the Happy Hour of 8:00: m. and 2pm. The public la cordially -
1' 'A'III receivewill be an up. 11 o'clock Rev. Thomas 0 Evangelism at 8:00: The Pastoi Invited to attend Alton:: Dobbs. !Morning Service "Philip Prepares a l"o elyto"
Mitchell will the Muss Glenda Crosby and BennyMcRae
preach on subject .
a an inspiration inyou. "The Divine Commission." will direct the song service with At THe TabernacleThe Sunday School will be omitted 1 are attending the Bible Evening Service -"Can a Christian be a Murderer"VISIT
Superintendent Is l C. Rend Miss Julia Lawson at the orgar In Starke Sacrament Services at Youth ,.
\OUT School at the Summer v
there are classes to The Senior and IntermediateMethodl..t and Mrs. Thelma Dinkins at the the Masonic Hall, on Call' St
Toccoa Falls Institute group= Camp at Keystone Heights.We TilE CHURCH WITH TilE VISITING PASTOR
church also ex Youth Fellowship will Starke at 6:30( .
friendly grand piano. Following the regular Tabernacle : p.m.PFNTFCOSTtL
wan enjoyed at the that little
,- to all for th.Mrvlccs. meet together at 7 p. m. to heat service there will be a baptizing are glad to report
, Sunday; climaxed an Inspiring and
j hv Kathy Myrtck is back home
Morning Wor- Rev. Homer Swlndall. pastor ol In tlje "baptistry beautiful". : HOLINESS!
message/ by Rev. Hendon Brown much Improved after spending
the Starke Christian Church
ins at U a.m. The Lord' Sunday school meets at 9:4F: who was acrompnrrfpd by his wife 10th St. and Temple Ave last Friday and Saturday In the
is served at 11:15 an speak on "The Christian Church. under the supervision of Orle A and in addition to the\
son Gary Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; Morn- Glendale Hospital Pain tkst.
at 11:30.: Plan This is a third In a series of talks Spray Your Home NOM'ii'lth -!
nemag with classes for all
Wiggins ages quartette.The Ing'Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Mrs Sue Myrlck of Lake Geneva
p sent, on the "Christians" of Other De and departments for all ag< visitors were entertained at Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone spent Friday night as guest' of
k perv'Icea begin with nominations. All youngpeople are groups. Mr. Felgert has returnee: dinner at Avery Inn after which welcome. Mrs H. M. McRse.
Endeavor at 7 p. m. The cordially Invited. Following the and will be In charge of the Adult they left for Daytona. Mrs. T.: E. Gordan of Tlfton Jet KillAnd
sit services at8 p.m. evening church service the young Department. Eight! services era held each "'ll1tF.SS.'UIUSTI.N Ga. spent part of lust week with
at 8 people are Invited to remain for
leetlllJ Wednesday a Training Union gathers at 6:1: week at the Tabernacle on Tuesday ('III'IH'II her son and daughter-in-law\ Mr
U\|)\ will be Romans, 7th "Fellowship Hour" In the Recreation with J. T. Lawson, director U Thursday Friday Saturday and Mrs. T. E. Gordan, Jr.
Hall. train In church membership. and three times. on Sunday. A Have you been attending the Mrs. A. R. Mitchell of Thomas I If any timer this. year you. ace r
Mr. Mitchell will preach at the Vfgtilar- cordial invitation Is extended to at*, wonderful services that are" being -- -- --. any hug that are not DKAD or
Mid-week services held
. of God Sunday evening service! at 8 j p. m to attend. held! each Friday night at 8 p.nt are a Chrlstlin you are urged to DYING, mull bottle. to JOT KILL
ly Wednesday at 7:45: : with the
on the subject, "The Keys of the at (the, Christian. Church? If you he present Inc. TullahAn..f, Flu. and we will
4 st Clair Sts. Bible study led by the Pastor.A
Kingdom. Special music will be have not then you truly have been -Homer SVIndall, Minister gladly n-turn pun-hane' prkw.MOTTLED .
St. Edward's CatholicRev.
10 cordial Is extendedto
School a.m. Invitation .
by the youth choir. missing some 'wonderful service

Evening(Morning Service Worship 7:30 11( a.m p.m Prayer ,meeting and Bible Study I home all to who worship have no In comfort regular church at the Francis J. Punlvavy, pa.s.tor. and All Inspirational young! people messages are urged to I, : Dr.Seymour IN FLORIDA

7:30( Is held every Wednesday evening R. MarcoOPTOMETRIST
Service Tuesday p.m fully air-conditioned First Baptist
I Sunday Mass at 0:15: a. m. come and sing In the Junior Choir.'I 11Y FLORIDA PEOPLE
Meeting Thursday::30 p.m at 7:30: p. m. of Starke
Weekly Mass. at 8: a. m. This Is an opportunity for you to I
Confessions Saturday 5:00: to hear and learn the truth of Cod's I FOR FLORIDA HUGS
,6:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M, i Plan for the redemption of the Eyes Examined.
Children's\ Catechism\ Classes,I world.! We have had new people Glasses/ Fitted .
Saturday 10:00: a. m. at every service. Visitors are always 121 W. Call St. -
i Adult Instruction I welcome. CHOC. MSTKUNK'SPHONE
EVivALHear Religious
Ph. 219 Starke, Fla.
:ourgi-8 every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M.,I The Lord's. Supper Is served I
'nd by special appointment. every Lord's Day at 3 pm, If you I .

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u I MITirU TO APPKtnIn : tnt' .. eacn WeeK tor rour (rnn<.,,,, _
I third place In >ft ball third plat< POLITICAL f I I..att 4'nuM. llradford ('..unl". thin wccki In the Bradford Count lit ,.10711.5
!.II""U and supply them from one TEEN TOWN : Floridi I. rhanrrry..YlluTt tvloitrnpliImt App
Florida Fuel Closes closing down the Florida I In the 73: yard dajh a medal in ANNOUNCEMENTS Kort 1. l-'lmntlrr, vn Yvonne d thin 80th day of AiiKtiet I !u
office and a place as pr> 1961.
TOPICS aquatics I I..< I lei .rt. \ ,
After Selling Out Fuel offices on Call St. entirely. In riflery.I. Uef.itdutflicii,, No. *622otlia (OFFICIAL BEAU A. J. Tlioina, ,
tc I marksman ..... Clark of the Circuit'
Humors had circulated freely FOR !MAYORTo To App. Court. St.ci...
To Slade Gas Co. T. H. Slade. ownerof Boxing BluiffU'boarJ tenpins I of Starke Florida: ,,: Yvonne 1 I.erler Port whose. By Myrtle T. Deavor. Deputy Clark T C Tu" A......
that Citizens
the effect will ... I The .**.Id..n,'" and addret IH: Unknown 8114| 4t |M1VOTICH du "y, L
would and caroms four new games 1 .Nt. Irrull .t ff Kl 1. rltKlKMIi candidacy ____ I. 160 P'kltt
Gas Company to announce my notified that a .
the Sladu ..rl.rnitrorU I wish You are. hereby t"" lI'l
Purchase of the Florida! Fuel he featured at Tren Town Uii Judlr.Hl (Irrult. I. And K has been. fIled TO APPRAH I 'n. lIIe" Je... II!
Mayor.I for
Jack. cult ,
move the Starke office to t ......*,. !a ('h..rr.Hat for re-election 04 your You art
nam.dl'nu.t I. CircuIt
Can Com for the first time. against you In the above Court. Bradford 47oaa Sla'ls .
Company by the h. ar Friday night Wimd tiwlnk. Plaintiff served conscientious for DI' .
vuuvtllo where the company have you and caune and you are required KlorMai a < ka rerr. '" .
announced this week by Thf'otamrs will not replace the PHarriet IVOH'I': honor Carolyn :I. Mlecakowakl, I Ivi. Lontrol Of Mitop ur"
pany wna office However Slade Bali hewna / Jean Smith Swink, L).-- ly and honestly and when you to serve a copy of your an- Plaintiff' ant and "i Kay Maple, former owner and not even considering moving, iiaual activities hut have been added fvndant. me with this office again. I war or pleading. to the Attorney.complainton T. Janlo Mlacakowakl Cane Defendant filed ',.alnot Olbtr tIII '

operator of the Florida Fuel. Un I and ho added! "I like Starke toe bi'eauso of the tncrcaiie In/ at. %.OTItH TO .tPPRtttIn will serve you for the next two Prank the Landrum plaintiff's Starke Florida' N aJII't' Apprar.Tn No. 8619 flaRed reqUire"" COU'I and YOII..,"_

der terms of the agreement Slacli He said he will merely absorb tendance. She >a.ee :.r l'he Stale uf KlurlilnTo ;: I the same as I have In the tnd file the original In the office : .. Mlvckuwakl! Whose rani !I I an.w5 Or(0 leCis t
well. Hnillh Hwlnk, n years Circuit Court onlOr thence la: Unknown. iulSmdIli
absorb Maple's CUll. facilities were : llarrlol Jean of the Clark of the on the Ph.. : .
will merely Florida Fuel and service It* non-rtHidtflit ot the $tatS of Flurldu .before the 24tli duy of September, You are hereby notified that a 1 D: iltirtutt. uttIfr : ';:
customers just as Mapledid. aililod this week when a court was hut who IK a renldent of past.On the record that I have made I 1161: otherwise the allegations of null for Plvoroa and cuptody c>f Jack )nVlil lOT t .
former ,
auditorium rvvlillnif at will b. taken aaUonfaaaed "minor chIld hap hewn FI' d,
Stomach Distress pnlntod on the floor of Uie nnyl\anlii tI..ranl"1 active vote laid Complaint filed ot.ln,1 In
soliciting your I Ih.
York SOrest, Hcranton. C" I am by you. against you ItJa tha above named 'fit "it. Icult 0111"
After Ten although hit In the U 3 O. building It In hereby ordered that you ur> and support in my campaign for ThlA notice shall ba. published. Court and and you ara required I CII h 4th ,'" ..
Is Gone Maple aaid that where the organization meets roiiulrvd I to appear on the 25th. day ', once aaeh, week. for four consecutive to serve a copy of your anw I i w tho SO" ..
plans are not definite, he U planning and of Huplomher. A. t>., 1951. | week. in the Bradford County Tel.. .r er pleadlnir to the complaint' '.11'0" .
of SufferingOn. Anr! boxingrlnpr./ gloves b..t"1 yours, th. I 11.1..1 'V : b.
Respectfully Plaintiff.
Years to' attend the LeftS Ga, a the above entitled Court In rrnph.. 4; on Attorneys, Evan U Ilk",
room facilities will be by taw. tix. the Wainwright Kvana and :Neal D. Kvann, Jr., I byTh.
car dressing fauMe, a ""iutrMt J. R. tinted' this 22''t day of August T 3 : I ft,
school and study Law Exchange ) 'h'lI
that Corporation filed aicalnotyout Tlulldlna, Jaok.
stated for "
man recently this week for boys Complaint Itihl. .h
he Is engaged provided any And Mhoulct, you tile your appoaranc' I J. .. ."nvtJI..FI"olda and file the orlu-ln. I W..k. In wns to, It.
At br
beuratlon. present I'OLICE SEAL) the
be was troubled with! FOR CHIEF (OFFICIAL al In the office of llradl,
for 10 years I his buslnest Interested In boxing on paid date with Ihe Ol4Tk:! Clerk of tha (' the Clark of the1Circuit 'I .,r "
stomach distress and wan weak, In closing down A new attendance record ..t the CMrfMilt Court mt tna ioun i I By Myrtle T. Denver. .. .,.homao.1 Court on or liefora the Z4th ru1.4 (hIm :1.14.
and terribly run and will probably remain In Slarkc house at Htarka, Florida you arethen To the Voters of Starke: i I ,% | day of Wpptemlier. 1851 : otherwise I (oFFICIAl. SEALI ,
fIt worn out. aet last Friday night when the allea-atlnna of valil !
.. and required Complaint
week wa'i h reby ) 1"1 T seam this year a candidatefor "ierk ,
medIcinea for another am will I lie lakari 'tukW.C,1
down and ho had tried many proximately 80 young people serve a copy of your Answer to | of OTICU MK ronfrpaad hy you

but :with no effect. Recently ,I use of the club during the : Complaint fur IMvore1, an, may t he re-election as your Chief Notice IA hereby. ulven Hint the Once This each notice week shall for four ba published I
Club fiol| In thin cause by you upon flu have been a law enforcement UHln.. conseculilve
INNER-TONE I Lions Police. I undersigned la ana-aired' In l> H week
atarted taking \Keystone attendance i Brailford
ha <
The previous weeks tlon T DoufflitH.< Pin In t Iff m>llcit I of Chris h'h County Tela.
and officer In Starke for the under I I... fictitious name ..A
and says after only two days he rracjii-d. only 50 and this wa considered In the hove pttliiod eatme J. Newbern Mtudlo Mtarke" Bradford Muted thU. Slat day of IS ;NOT
I Author NOI.thMnln
hll IH 103
17'0 Noted address AugUHt 11T THE
hear' Court wtioI.e the last four years L\
i 25
started feeling better. System fond' attendance. A ".p..clalRpp.1 Oainesvliie. Florida. im past years ('..un'y. Florida. and intend toregister J (i IOFF1CIAT. TH\T \
and ', Htrect. day of OntobtrA of which I have served as Chief paid flctltlouw nail,. In the < SEAL) A. J. Thomas 'j M\KEH \
headache are gone this totforti the l&H.
regular Issued to gina I
I'I'I Frank Slaughter noted was or the event ..f I lifflre, of Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk nt the Circuit Cnurt BIT V
la Dr. H I'>M. and In this entire period I
feels and during .
and fine THEH.ORID
I *'e> eats Mlepps will b.. guent week to be on hand for this FridAY failure to fll. an Appearance or nnAnw I of, I llriidfuril, t'nuntv. Florida.Worth ICy 1\111'11. T. P"ar. D..nn'v Clerk. (
and duties Hole Owner \
different man. lecturer have always performed my J. s wb..n. g
In 8124
fact is an altogether night's festivities. Lout w..k.the "r a* required herein and 4t 911t
the 8t 4t
INNER-TONE Is the new formula speaker at the meeting of outnumbered. the'felrltalmost default thereof respectively. a. ftfrr I to the best of my ability | - .
I'' Heights boys Confpnao will b* entrdnirttlnMt ,.. -
Lions Club of Keystone ** pro -
>f juices from natures plants, of witch failure the help and sup \ NOTICK TO APPKAIt --
/ two to one. you for either I appreciate .
t Monday ... Con. .
Inn Bradford lrFlorida
to be held In In Circuit ( .t.
combined with blood building l l.ixueil by you tn file an App"'armtr by tha.good peopleof .
was me
Another appenl per- port given .i In Chaneerr.FloHnle
27 7 o'clock. tn .h. mutt ilfmandpd -
Aug. lor Answer
night and nn 1
and nerve slrengthenlngVITAMINS yeara'' WllllamA, %Wllllp Plaintiff. ,
IRON Lions are urgedto taming to the Increased need for In the Complnlnt.Thiit Starke during the past .
< B-1, B-2, and B-6. It All Keystone games. The club asks that anyonehaving the rn.iir* of the unit nyflhd and promise that If I am again returned vs. W. C'11I1". liefendanl.l'n No 6t3ftntlif Bont

his relieved! people who had attend. \* for dlvnrr tvh*>ritn tti.- Forg
many games or game equipment : speka I to the office of Chief thatI To Apn *nr
rinlntlff tfnl Wood Swlnk .
before by To W.111I. whose reHldtnveII
< never been really helped they would like to donate call dlvorr! from ynu. Harriet Jean' will continue to exert my every \ I'nknoun.:
I I medicine. Taken shortly before Seu'ing Corner Opens th*. f*-(*-nilnnt', "A :
any I Margaret Rosa Duncan. Her Hmlth effort to maintain law and order You tire. hereby notified that' a
' I meals mixes with your food Vlxri'lX :MATntMONIIT.Thttt stilt for Divorce baa bean filed.
; 4 and aids It' digestion "thus eliminating -; Mrs. I). A. Judd will conduct a phone number t U M. tht' .nltov ontitlMd raitKA. \vnvtInntltuted and to promote the welfare of out fiKalnnt. you In the. above namad I
The organization reminds all In tht Kltrhth Jiulh tnlrlroi City. Court and cat,.. and you are required ROBBINS'SummerCearaai
gas and bloat". So don'tc/ sewing corner III the Ronnie-Don- .lt In mid, for 1'railfurd. fmintv. to serve. a copy of your an-
) on ..urtt'rlnlGet/:! INNER-TONE!: nle Shop doing alterations and young people from the eighthgrade / In fhanff-rv. At Rtark' Florida, and W K. Thornton ewer or pleadlnir. to the complnlntnn
old that nf thA PIMM In. U U. 1'lalnlirfB Attorney, Harh
/ through 19 years ChitS,, th* ttft( Chief of Police the
at KOCH drug store. HKWing tit all ki n tiC. voon HWIVK rt..intiff v. n \n"fl II. FniUKlilP, 60S l.vni-h 11111101 ins, Mil
, they are welcome at Teen Town ...* .tRAX 1OlIlTItVISK." Ite- : .lnrkAonvllle, ,,,,..Ia. and flit*
every .Frlday night from eight to fcndnnt. Hut {'Jlltl'h' 1'OI.lfKTo : the" orlKinal In the. nfflra of .the '

11 o'clock. They alao said that I It la further ordered that thin The People of Starke: Clerk of the Circuit Court on or bafure I !
.a,,ll<*t> to Aptmnr' nnUlor' t.rder the 24th day of September
many young/ people have the mistaken \pithllHnoil miri* "",'h w..**k fur I hereby offer myself as a can- MM" ; ntherwlne the alleitatlonA of I

idea that the activities are four. (4> conxfCMitlv. weeke In the didate for the office of Chief of mid f'nmplnlnt. will\ ha taken an ,

E KEYSTONE JEWELERS designed to take the entire evenIng 1 Tad ford (i...ul..nty M..heil Telegtrnph In Brmlfor, anawSpItper Police of the City of Starke. I unfeHAed, ThlA nntlfe hy" you.ehnll he puhltnheilonce

but such la not the case. They County. Klorltln and thnt SIC. ltl THWHpnpt Intend to conduct a clean honest. cacti week for four flonHerntlvnveelta is
> IM of a K nrnl c'lrrulntionnnd .. In the. DradCnrd&; County T..!.. SI
and r If In return
1 MuhIhofer may stay for an hour or ao und campaign. elected I. SALE
: Wallie In puhlltttittd. ] In saul County j jHtat I Rrnph.r
lIt'oi then leave but they are urged to *. for your confidence, promise you >Ht;.'1 this 17th day of AiiffUnt

: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS spend the whole evening there. WITNKH: mY hand and finalt I the people of Starke two things: I'51.i o ;
oi thin iv i (OFFICIAL IIP.A' r.) A. .1 Thomas,
, Next To Harvey's Drug Store Parenta of teen-agers have alec of t '- August of said AH f'ourt, 1951. :at mv' d..tili I- I I ((1)) to enforce the law at all times i Cl..rk of the Plrmllt Court

been extended an Invitation tovl..lt In the ('r>urt house In tIle OKv ..ifHt to the very best of my ability. with Py Myrtle T. Deaver. Den ZY4ilI:
PROMPT "rk.. Htndfnrrt' ('''lintI', Florida.OFFIC1AI \ I Justice and fairness. to all and | ,
' the Friday night meetings KKAL) A. .1. ThnRiii T
15 ( All
EFFICIENT COURTEOUS and see how the boys and girls r'lTU of the lrciilt Court Kivhth. J Jludlrlnl partiality to none,' (2)) to remain :yo'i.tcm TO APPKAII: Summer Dresses -
)' their time. Circuit. In and for Tlrnrif sober at all times and to contluctmyself fit r Irenl Court. Bradford Cneatyt
I are upending rd Countv Florida, In Chancery.. the *"t<*rl,tnt In Chnneerr.llnlph .
; SERVICE "v Mvr" '*' p..v..r r*-mitv, ,ork'i In accordance with i K Ounnlnn. .Plaintiff va.I I I Sizes 9 to ;52Women's )
' n's ri on '1', flail
We Will ,Welcome Old Friends And Outstanding Camper "'.I.r m1. Klnrlda.Nf rth Main HtrOulnHHVllle .**-!. I I which should be observed by I Entice To Appear. Case. No. 861 I

8U! CtNo'rteic 911 every holder of a public office. I ,, reel
1' : Mnry I. lunnlno hone
: ;'. New Customers During her recent two weeks I and .., Summer SandalsChildren's
I earnestly solicit the vote then i IN4H'i; IVondway. Newport.Hhode I -
stay at Camp Immokalee Patsy : TO APPK cit Inland
I HOURS DAILY 9 A.M.: TO 6 P.M. Kucera of the Stat Farm won la llrrnlt C'ttnrt. Bradford 4*...... I support of each of you and. If : You are hereby. notified. that a I
Florida In rhaarrry.Curtlna i, elected I pledge myself to the task SUIt for Divorce has .been. filedarnlnxt
) WEDNESDAYS: 9 12 NOON many honors in athletics In ad- .. Vnu In the shove namadrinrt
H. 8uttthln., I'h.inuff,, % of diligently serving the people of
, .
dition to being the Honor Camper And cause and' you see required
, I Karllnti 1 K. Hutphln, Peffndant.Ca Starke throughout the term of i Sandals1,49iMEN'S &
to perve a of an.
No. $621gosh. copv your
she achieved tint ,
for that period -
, ; r .. T. A....... I office. piver. or nlenilinir to the complaint
I place In .living first place In underwater '1' Mm Knrllna. R. Butihln.| ,." .the PI"lnIlU'lIorn..y.., Evan
r ": Respectfully.Earl a '
T Kvann: and Nol n Evans Jr..
swimming for dlatan'e.'I"t whone rei.ii.'nee( and address In1 K2I:
J f\7 Itnrk Arkammtf. Miles 101: law Kxc-hanire llullillnir.. Jackmmvllle. AND 1IOYS'Short
kittle F.
: gust Sixth" Htrfft |
; place In back stroke- swimming -
nSOVT.lN: F ONr Florida And file the
original. In the' office of the Clerkof
second place In high jump. You are hereby notified thc M FOR CITY COUNCIL th. circuit Court on or beforetlie .
? WnN W&RYTN'Nt1' cult for Plvnrc haa been filed 21th( tiny of Heplemher I 1151': Sleeve Sp.ort Shirts-
. i: nvalnnt. you In the above namedCourt .. I As a citizen of the City of Starke otherwise the alloRnilnnn of Heldrnmpinint ,
art re.qiuired
and caim and you I
FREE .> to serve a copy 4f your .n- am announcing my candidacyfor will he taken a.. confexped .
.utllna to the complaintnn re-election aa a member of the by volt.

For Prompt FREE Removal wer the or pl'Plaint If fa Attorney T City Council In the City Electionof I This. sac.notice, "..psIt shall,... fnur ha rnnsnruilive nuhllahed.i Men's
Frank Ijindrum Stark Floridaand ..... Fancy T-Shirts
of Dead Crippled. & Worth.* file the original In the office Sept. 11. 1931.: My candidacy ph.rintiil.iin. the Bradford County Tola- a
IIutiiaiiit1i'Big *.f the Clerk lit? rh. Clrr"lt pourt on la based on striving to make I Krn
'less Cattle Horses Mules or before the 11th day of a..pt.tnher., Starke a larger and more prosperous I this 20rh 1ny of August,
..tlnn. of 1951.
; 1951 ; otherwise the .1I
t & Hogs aid Complaint will be taken aa conf town and also a cleaner and ("FPMCIAfSFHT.. .) A. .T. Thom. TOWELS
..n.*d by you. more decent place In which to live. C'"r<. of the flrrult Court .

New ful -Width Speed Freezer Holds;49 Ibs.of Frozen Foods Call 132, StarkeWE Thla notice shall! be publlahed Your vote and support will be sin ry Myrtle T. 0""V".. p.nn.v' Cleric
onoe each week. for four conattcutlveweka (TZ4 914OTICR :
cerely appreciated. Thanks!
In the Bradford County Tale -
ALWAYS graph.Hutrd. --W. T. (Billy) Jackson > Tit .%PPR41lIn

: thin. Und day of AuHu, tf'lrr*.* {'.i.rt llradfnril Cnaaty Men's Swim Trunks .
Renderers -
Florida 10.11 FOR CITY f'nri'ia' l.. {'bi...erirMlnnlv .
(OFFICIAl. SRAL A. J. Thomu.CI..rk C'Ol'NCII.I Prrnirle. '
Plaintiff. ""
INC. of the Circuit Court wish to offer my services to .Kflton I Smith l fndnnt. i

ig fy Myrtle T. Deafer Dcputv 9124 4t Clerk; the people of Starke as a member ("...*> No. 8820 I IMHe MEN'S WHITE
MI \ TA "p"...
-. ,:1< imit" .; I of the City Council. subject to the To! Ft'lton Hmlth.. whose reNldenc. I I
: : :
, < "''': :' .t ..jfJJffifftl.: ..... election to be held on Tuesday and Hddrenn. I.: I'nknown.

,( j It'<.. :: Sept. 12. I regret that my buslJunlus Von for"Plvnrra r hereby and notified...In.A lion that nf itsillS 'I T-Shirts and Undershirts e

", ;, ,. M. Smith "maiden, name, has been filed.
ntralnMt, you In the above named I
I I !I1 (',iIirP and """.. and you are ...
I '
1 i 4 .Knit H.U.I-:::--I.ara-a. rirrulntlliK Oil FOll $AL.E--iWi bedroitm hnlna FOR CITY ('()(rN''SL I, quired. to serve n ropy" of your an.
4't h.fHt.tr. vxi'rllttnt conitltltm lit. 1, with .lialh.Irk liouae wired. for elao TO THE CITIZENS of STARKE: .tfl Ar fliutflAtO. ft the .on*"trtlnt'on .
.. atova, tile. drain bonrd. vana- the Plalntlff'n Attorney tenure
k. 144 M I .1 Hmlxntvttii'r itO For
t j than bllndi d"'I'l well elautrlupump. the past alx years I have Jj. Patten Htitrke. Florida, and. file

. ; FOll! HAr.K:--MlHMlonurjr strawberry 7 acre land 3 acre* fenced. served as a member of the City I the Original' In the office of the
.. '. for viiltlvutlon, yard fenced and Clirk nf She Circuit rnurt nn nr h*.
J t plnntt nn new In nil At |irl'* to Council and for
"....VM..k.*. "mf nn offer H.: K.AHf araHA..il. IH tithe south of tttarka, the past twc forn. the 34th dAY nf Hnptemher. lOll :
.!ln. S in, II.I north of Within.. JiiNt off Vk.ty.Utna hla-hwny. tfea years as Chairman of the Street I other win* the Atlftft-nttnnn of said
:. t tI ..n nr onn Sin I---I owner for other Information." FI.I" Committee. As Chairman of theStreet Comnlnlnt. will b. taken .a con. Z&e

I __ __ Tnylur 8ip. 131| reseed by you.'Thfs I
I I I. ccit.nitKn IIKt.r-Man anil woman Committee I have devotee notice shall h* nuhllnh4 I
fnr n..IIII"nnn'a. work. NawKtnoplrv FOll 8AI.R:-.HutlMa U1 x 33' $350. my full time in supervising al' I nnf ih week( fnt taupe rnniii*>iitfve I
1-fnrh tfWEPDINO Lumber. Silt per M lielvi light fir |tn the Bradford County Tel. I,
I llht1HthiJL ? l.h.II..d poultry feederM, utoveM street work done In the City. In f nh.

AND BIRTJIDAT CAKES Imiil/rM. fiirnltiira. LTUiiritln.. J. D. recent months my main projecthas iftsiJOPTICIAT.Tinted this :!,32nd day of Ana-tint, I
-,. "". Orol... tnken at Dahmar ovorntraet itt. 1, Box iii, 'L>wtev, been the
alit Shonna. Phone M-J tf Flu. < lip Sl2C| widening of Alligator flRAt.) A J. .Thnman.
IIi Creek and In that connection 1 ft.rk nf the r..nll. Pottrf I, Old Colony LAMPS

HINOKIl HKWINll .Mnchlna. Com.puny. Foit //HALK-Two mat. hn..... OnelMiof was able to secure the use of idragl'ne Py Myrtl T. Denver Dniv CMrV I I
*. one spotted Poland .1. BWllte 8'24' 4t 9 14
I..k.ty.\ \ Flu., Phone SSO
will repair your mac-hlna In tip I IU. S, floe. 22. ftarke. from the State Road Department _
lop .'ittit i Inn. reunomihlA. Wupa .I, / 21 p 't4' to work on this projectat \OTUITO \pi-n 'n I $ l4.95Value
only acnuln 8lnar. parte.mr ','I.. ClrrHlt (*e,5, nra.ir..rtl Co.sty,1"ri.it .
i no cost to the of -.... .
( pai-vlua. earn will pick uii antlilMlvarv mm tnic IiPtlIIDt: : City Starke In < ".. .,.
., ", ..., Clifton
II lIck. All .1. Due to the Road Pfttterm.n. Plaintiff
esrvIee Upon raiiiiaat. /. .. ...... Department'stints Miimlt vn
"' cheese' .t..dI T-oiiln Pattertton.; ; :
_. New Hlnar marhtntta are avallalila Ifefcmlnnt.
4 II '''. <'. KPIIKNU schedule the dragline had tc Cane
nn raannnalilH twritm 'I"'.1 W. Call "t. .SteelS Ph. EtC be moved to another location but ""ftleft Tn Aa..ear S."flIl2. LAST CALL BEACH I
To .
WANTKD: TO BUY small, hiiuaa In A\'. ..Slrawherry plants. 14 I have been assured by tile propel w hnne renldent** In L.n.ise: t'nknown In 11 e rnon. on
Hlarka, Writ. Klvlnir prli-a anilniip per thousand or will sell by the officials that the dragline will be Yon are hereby.
l. n.n, Cit I K it|) 8124KOrt r bed F*. O HOT ill. Route. 101) to null for Divorce notified that i,
Ii Orlffla T.. 84 mllep returned to Starke for the pur. been tIed I
.. iop turn rlajnt. xiralnnt you In the above One-Third OFF While They
Two RFST-Fu.nl.hod badroomn. Cvntur Rlda. road 1-3 mlla. N. c. Colenutn. pose of completing the wideningof Court find ('nu... and you are named re
'USH.tIl'N quired
.atm.n-1 nip to
..'nn.. Murray's Hutidrl. Alligator Creek within the neal | ....*. or nlendtnato nerve. a ropy the of your an.
SOIl WANTED R..ItabItihustler future. on th. Plnlntlff'n rnrnplalm

Fboefls af fingertips Ton RAI.P.-.wb.ry: runner by to tna a-o In household htiMlnoMA. ".polllnirronAiimerA ......1. Within the past three weeks the nnnvlll ponirlHn, GO PlorldM.* I.ynch Attorney.Ftuildlnir.Zm-h, Jack II. Clean-Out Hat]
I I yoi/r ''RIa. and fit. Stationery
I the.1.or bod tjind.KlnMt S mlln MlKnlonarv SnItCh of l HT> ',irk.nn ties In Bradford County RawlelitK'a State aira, Clty'a Disposal Plant has under orlirlnal. In the nU"'. or th. Clerk the -

Highway Ion Add,... /tout" ocpupAtlon referenrep. my supervision and direction. been of t the Clrrult Court on or hfor

r It.. >. eaty to r aih nrtrylkhif in chit big, convenient i Br.T T<. amri yi. the .f Pept. FAH-I70-V. M.m1.hl.itrr.ponR : ;: reconditioned to the extent that i| otherwln the 21th day ih. of allevatlonn Hepremher. InM! ,

.L ..Super.Slor.-72. % of alt your foodi are In fingertipreach' FOR 8AT.F1-Nln. room n/u.
Shelves and Butter Bin In the door. Two spacious IHT""e. i car Hood.!>."location... chiek5'fOr hiuiiio hunl.on .. 101. with small Mora and '-._mhn. Its rating on the plant from i Thin. notice. shall ....
pecans. ..... publlnhed
AUn chicken house andrhlrkenp. being In a state almost .
Hi-ilumidity drawers on roller Two sliding shelve n... JOl. Price ri'. PbnnsWaldo Ven. ..t hliAnd 7.000 requiring
111 / lp'lll4 l condemnation to a 100% efficiency -
Atrawberrv plant. Mult and bed .
Swingouc Leftover Rack with 3 cleertop containers. McfaKki-ycanh rntlntor service Furniture and fttturta. rating. A N D Y JJECORAT

Roomy tall-bottle ion*. Come in Iron. !.I.-\ood L" -SR I new: I TJM'dn KcitlOB Hnre harvaln.',..,m.Hell. J W t1.nn Rrhula/2' AnvroAnonahla In'my service, a member ol

and ee M l its great feature. St..t. ln..ii.ct.d: I W"otrln Cnts.. ml. north of poet office, Lawtav. the City Council. I have endeavored .
1 S.ft.
369.95 ('ola hoC In arood t/ndltlon: I Fin, itLCCMTT.sdi
Hhnw ('ass. 'r.v'n' pine Ornc. to discharge the duties and responsibilities Long Boy
nt. t. R".. I4i AA/ tTk, PU nHAtR .. of that .a.
width chiller
tray \ Tu14. flw'... I .'ft ..d4 Ireen nillfold. TueadAT > position tc \
evening on Jefferaon ft. the best Interest of the
City 01 a-
Automatic d.trolllndicator ,__ cnn -4 rld/i* bores., .,,,M| Finder. please rontart Mra. F. 'r*. Starke.I .
U..k. 120 Jeffemon
fit. ftp
Automatic doer latch and door safety ttopr condition work. May'an b.//......n tided..t Inc V M term".A. am a candidate to succeec Tumblers35c !

helves r.ml> Immnk '.. fleer K.y.lnn. FOR RENT-FurnlPhed 2hedrnamhoup myself on the Council \
Rutt-proof aluminum .__ HolKht ('a.ndollv. .rod. to pur. *. M"de rn ronvenleniaaAdult. \ and If I Peppermint

,.Year Protection Plan on famous Thriftmaslor Unit ..h....r IierP'FiiIC7, Au.ii.t IT .. A. P. Mauls, fit McMahon8t : am re-elected.. I give you my
S Price fo...on/>'I.. th'h. SIC' Phone M1-W 'SI pledge that my full time will be Box Candy 19c Set of 8

FOR FI"dorn furnlnbod cotna1 FOR 8ALF-in ....... R-rnom hou.., devoted to the best Interest of the _
on In/** Vorv reanonbl.. w elortrlolty. '.nr..... 3 acres eorn 2 to
Model Shown -- Only 59.95 Down C. (Jihl.v.J-ot 13. Murk or sit.ui. and "" .nut.. ISM etrn herrlem an city.Your active a Customer ,
I.nk./ tip mAll And school routo Price linn support and vote ,.\.or "
Inquire at Mtanfttird Rervloa &ttstlon .. will be sincerely appr8<'lated. ,<*>.
18.44 PER MONTH FOR RAty- room houno, ....th. l.twtey, II. l 1>.. Flit.i ley -Paul L. Bridges Boxed Summer
all pli/,hln. Inrludlnc K... auto- lip
matli-AMtor. h...,.... ,dnubl drain

Other Models For as Little as $3135: Doicn and mhlnsink paroi/. Tf. you all loctrla nord a wlrlna house; WANTF.n""...11.. -or Clean: khaki.n". ...Bradford Cotton. Co No FOR CITY COCNCIL: Candy $1 & 1.50. $$11 j

I nul"y thin In It. W It. ftrlrkland.Hn ToUarAoh It To the voters of Starke. Fla. : -

$10 JS Per Month ___ / in" T.nwtor Up FOR H\I.R-Mlrawhorrr nlnnte.. $4n.e In announcing my candidacy for Xvotect a.

rn's1 RAt.....-.toon to tVIO uiiodhk thoiipand. nr 110 pee bed. S.. the City Council I wish" to state your shadow BOX WALL PLAQUE, |

.. \V. R mrlfktnnd. I roll M L Lawson nr Oliver Tyann. that no one "pat me to VI
up run. Your
i/rth of Lawt.y on Road too ItS I am running "on Lame with 6' Designs Decorate
WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE 7 Isp my own" ant> cooug1a: .'
FOR "A'.*'-Ona '....y I... rood nondltlon. I am asking your vote and support YOU DON'T TAKE C1fA E
d:Rj4l \K1Nfl.I *ttr.tlon*. sew.jtnw file South fft.. Corner Mitdlon the basis of Fire T For
222-221 Temple Ave. On U. S. 301 i of nil kinds 8Mr*. D A and Cherry M... Kearna. liP I on my record as a insurance: bring your prescription here to be fll nund
I tu.I.1 nt. Tlonnl.nonnt$ Htnr*. 12'p private citizen and business man. i< COP1
.. prescription
PHONE 166 STARKE. FLA f*..u i> phnniyw:___ itt> ..0II ".A-My homo In LA", e.y. I Due to the demands on my time Charley put into our hands l dr-
On block from hl E. Johns scientific the finest qu
ra.v A. XOI I. accuracy using
"rein A.H.II1-'I' bortrnom Hom. An navari atraat..ltawalk. 1 by my business It will be Impossible t e:<3C
'iOOK TO HOTPOINT fOU TH1 UHIST.-fMSTI 1 11f. .'..,.n...... 'lot Tn v tnft foh or 'n",. llvlnc r"0"' dining: 3.he.I.ronm. j for me to call on everyone Agency give prompt service and above all you ge
"r C F Wilkinson. Itt ailmor. klt' han. hrnkfi. ..t room. tiled and auk Homo your doctor orders.KOCIIDRUG
personally for IS .
.1..k.n..vl11.. Fla. Phon. ?.,."* iitnl. front: end duck notch haRt I your sup 8TAKKE. FLA.H .
." Itp screened, teem.. n0af.". S ear 1 port. but I hope you Will give my
.. f a-n.a.* Houaa m wlv .
PRESENTED palntail In i candidacy favorable consideration
TillS .,. .
FOR HKMT--Ttir o-room furnl-hod < an<4 "ut too hv tot foot
/..nsv'f ..niotp*.nt. nrlviito batli. atitotnat- 1sn4se.n.4 Inwn. barhar>,. nut I and cast a vote for me on September .
ANY MAR '. hot w.Sep boaror. ikrlvato en.Cv. ...,.i ci... n.. .f ptvts Int".I1... I 11.
WORTH ON ....,.. .. ...... ... .
$5 end neti4Ied.Caii >p a >'> |>". at"'*l in, T... ... rinrl- I PrmjiUna iwg LOP
APPLI.CE 1U-J or tlT W.., Cciiltchg' : .... U. R. C.rr Jma, La wt... Sincerely TNAVBLMa Hartfwtl [

rlo...... lt' George Kopelousoa. j i .

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