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 31, 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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S .' AUG311951



(Conservation Group Gets $1,696 I COUNTY TELEGRAPH

''urchase' Of-Special Equipment


.., eiitlj the State Budget I, log In the district program on a Official County Publication Established In 1379VOLl'MK
.,? released, $20,000 of a rental basis Rental price of the
ropriatlon which I"1 been I cultl-packer has been set at 75c

,nd decided to make It per acre with a minimum chargeof I STARKK. FLORIDA. .'rtday.UguAt SI. 1931 NUMBRK ,SEVEr>
newly organized Soil $5. This equipment will\ likelybe ENTY-TIIKEK ,
to for the pur. used chiefly for planting grasi .
turn District I i ', .
and maof seed.

'arm the equipment type not normally Rental of the distributor has .... .u ('. Medical l Center

bv,,, most farmer. The 1 been tentatively set at S3 per day 3,000 Students j "i. '. _

allotted to thrf Bradford regardless of the fertilizer put out I I ,. ., ";j ...'
District wai Anyone wishing to use this 'l 1' ,," ,
,nervatlon equipment should ,contact George ''':' .jJ, '

held In the court Brown local Work Unit Tech- ( h:..
meeting .. To
,t Friday night the Board nician for this District. His office Back To SchoolSome "I Ready Open

K'isors decided to purchase Is located over Setzer's Store
4-lnch SeederCultlLnd !- Some Cental Bermuda grass cuttings
8-foot E-Zee Flow have been obtained from the
I Il'
Spreader an from Hackney Brooksvllle Nursery and distribute 3.000 Bradford County school children will put Tue day. Sept. 4. I la the day set for the formal openin,
who subie to farmers to start plots aside their vacation activities and return to school!
Lake City. nursery summer of the new Starke Medical! Center located on West Call Streetin
low bid.eqUiPmt. Local officers of the" Bradford Monday morning when the bell rings to begin the first day the building that formerly housed the North Florida

under conL Soil Conservation! District are: of the 1951-52 school year. However the children won't be. Blood Bank. The public is cordially invited to inspect the

n by the Board of Super. Chairman Chairman J.V.R.R.Walnwrlght.Ferguson: Other Vice the only ones affected by the bell's ringing, for the county's clinic on that date. Patients will be received this Saturday!

'ichides a rotary type mow- Supervisors are: Leon Conner 110 teachers and 25 bus drivers will also return to the grindof however.

,dlum sized chopper. and a Clyde Cone, Dan W. Starling. the new school -Year. '.('h.,.w _v uaft'. 7.i. ......In.. I.-... .uuuwiy. ....... "_1'5_._..".-

ill This equipment will be County Agent T. 1(. McClane, Jr Charles Partln supervising office .leant In that It will afford relief
Dr. I"le O. Felos, one >( Iho two new doctors establishing
BHS said he
cooperat Is board' principal of expects Absentee for the serious
in all farmers secretarv to the Voting doctor short
about 1,450: to 1,500 school chil-! Stores To Close In, Starke IhH week, In pictured above dictating one of many l.-ttt'r age that developed. here with the
dren to enroll there Monday alone. preparatory to the opening of the 8lark! .> Medical. Center here tomorrow several

jad Plant Steps Up Production Ends Sept. 7th closing North Florida, Clinic mpntha and ago the of subsequent the
See Special "Back to School"I For Labor DayLabor departure from Starke of

Section on Page Eleven.He COACH AIRS WOES AS TEAM PREPS Friday Sept. 7, Is the deadlinefor two third., doctors, and the death of a
Slv Now More Later
--- said they reached peak of Day. Monday, Sept. 3, FOR WILLISTON GAME SEPT. 21 oncoming voting September absentee ballots 11 In the The situation here in recent
almost l- City election
C th.re will be a holiday In Starke for months has sometimes been critical -
Ictlon is definitely on the ducing 5} dozen pairs of dungarees 1,438 slight last Increase year and from one Is alwaysa yearto everyone except school students -I The tempo was stepped up a I easiest one ot the ...".on. Now, ed Starke's. City Clerk registered Carl Johns warn- with the demand. on their time
their teachers, and members little bit this week the home! he Isn't so sure. "We may end up voters and services
at the Big Dad Manu- and about 30 dozen pairs of work- the next. A number of the on all for being more than the)
/g: plant on Tenth Street pants per day. When they reach homerooms will have to be held In' of the Board of Public. In- football front as this year's edition!I finding them all too tough," h< arrangements must be completed absentee at the closeof votIng two remaining doctors could

g: to a statement this week full production the factory should the halls he ,said.| until the six struction. of the Tornadoes gradually began, said. that day cope with. even If they worked 24
Breeiion actlng-superln- turn out approximately 75 dozen new classrooms currently under Labor Day Is one of the officially rounding Into shape for Monday, tiring unable to begin any rough He said that hours a day.
At present the factory pairs of panta and 150: dozens pairs construction, are finished. On approved holidays on the Chamber j jI the first day practice will be allowed I< work until Monday .when uniforms still\ In some people are The new physicians are Dr. Pete
I of Commerce list, so practically all with Florida can be Issued, Hobbs sent the play. to register and are O.
The Fetbs
some 90 operators of dungarees per day. Present their completion all first and sec I pads. and Dr. A A. Kartsonls.
{joying ductlon Is about one-third plans call for the addition, of about ond grade students will .be shifted| business. houses will remain closed I High School Athletic Association I era through a series, of signal drills disappointed books when closed told that regIstratlon Dr. Felos has been acceptingemergency :
IsJon I 15 through Monday. '. nilHS prohibit a teams donning and strenuous calisthenics all this on August
unt of which the factory more operators October 1 when to them. 11. New cases during the past
the plant starts producing sport Starting time will again be 8:30.: I The Board of County Cornmlsi practice uniforms before September week. However, when Monday high this registrations reached anew few weeks. while refinishing and

said they are now pro- i I shirts. he said and school will be over at i sloners has postponed its regular I II 1.The. afternoon rolls around, the head- year redecorating the building' Dr.
3 p.m. The only exception to the I' first Monday meeting until the number of boys now out for knocking will really begin, he said, Kartsonl. will arrive here for the
3 p.m. adjourning time will be following day--.Tuesd", Sept 4., practice every day has more than for they'll need all\ the work they Prowler Burglarizes opening Saturday and will begin

lankenship, First Florida Officer the first and second grade students All county offices In the courthousewill doubled the number reporting the can net before the game with Wllllston. Edwards HomeIn practicing and accepting; ; patient
who will stay only until one I be closed, with the exceptionof first week. Coach James C. Hobbs Immediately.Dr. .
Buried Here
I In Korea, Wednesday o'clock for the first few weeks. the Hoard of Public Instruction, said there are 33 boys out at present I Hobbs said plans are now un. Owner's AbsenceThe Felos stated that they have

services for First Lieut.Rihip. After funeral services were. held After that the time will be: where members will gather for the and two more have signifiedtheir dcrway for a full game-length Irea..h"d a mutual agreement with

Starke the first oftm In the Jones Chapel at which Rev. gradually Increased until they too regular meeting. Intentions of reporting Mon- I scrimmage under tile lights next home of Mrs. Mae Edwards, Dr. H. H. Adams, whereby there
Florida to lose his life Homer Swindall officiated, the will remain until three o'clock. City hall will) be closed, as will day. "Doubtless, there will be s Friday night and the public l la In 31 1 N. Cherry St., was broken Into I will be a doctor on call In Starkeat

'orean war were held at body was taken for Interment to In so far as any other changesare the bank and post office. few more reporting Monday: vlted to attend. Then the following and burglarized recently, the all times.
Mtt C Jones Chapel Wed- Santa Fe Cemetery where he was concerned, he said, they are But for school and teachers It i Hobbs said, "but they won't do in Friday night, September Hherlff's.. office reported this week. I Dr. Felos received his medical
afternoon at two o'clock. given full military rites. The local almost negligible. Lunches will "will be "business a. U"II"with\ all much good because they'll be toc 14, they are planning to conduct a Mrs. Edwards has been vacationing degree In Athens, Greece in Octo

|kenship Is the first Korean American Legion Post served as remain at IS cents, the same as county schools opening. far behind." football clinic and he urged' all In Homestead for the past three ber. 1941. In 1946 he came to New-
tim to be returned toHor pall bearers and the National last year and the lunch hours will When asked about this year's football fans to be present andmeet months and the robb'ery was discovered York for training In general
burial.lant Guard fired a 21 gun salute over be approximately the same. The Chapman Stresses prospects Hobbs pulled out the old this year's squad at that by her son E. M. Edwards medicine and received
Blankenship was killed the coffin before it was lowered only change In the curriculum will perennial coach "crying towel." time. The program will consist of who stopped at his mother's home training In chest diseases specialized
31, 1950 while lead- Into the grave.Surviving be a greater stress on reading. Value Of This year' squad will be a great Introducing the team to the public, Tuesday on his return to Daytona Seavlew Hospital at the
I. July there
Don Parker, reading specialist, deal last he 'explaining. and defensive Beach after On com-
jjifantry platoon in a ground besides his mother, Rotary Talk lighter than year's, offensive vacationing In Tennessee pletlon of his
jrith the communist forces. Mrs. Edna Thompson Starkvllle, will supervise a county-wide extensive aid, and with only five lettermen I,I formations, rules. and the various to Florida where traininghe he came

,ila have been released as to Miss are Ms widow the former reading program and A plea for a return to the tra- returning the season promises tcl I( signals used by game officials However, Edwards Mid the rob- medical director served as assistant -
sometime during the school year forefathers W8.8volc.d l I" "plenty rough" He said he Following the program a game bery definitely occurred at the
|was killed or Just where he Margaret Tomlinson, Starke; one dlttona of our during Southwest Florida
.en Ihs engagement took son. Herman W., and one daughter will probably hold a reading: clinic by L. F. Chapman superintendent has a few big boys a"nd a lot of I scrimmage will\ be held and local the last 15 day. as he and his In State Sanltaarlum

However, he was In the Slit Barbara Ann, both of Starke; two for those students who need more the of the State Prison at small ones which he wishes he' fans will gain a chance to see family ,stopped there on the way his Tampa. He resigned from
help.Another addition to address before 'the could mix together and come what thus season's edition of' the to Tennessee position there on August 1 tomove
| R. hail been an Army brother., Fred and Robert Blanken- who-will Raiford, In an up beginning their,va to
i for 13: years and prior to shlp both of Msyhew Miss.% three staff Is Kenneth Cassels. Starkeelemenl.r Rotary Club here Wednesday.I :;. out with a full squad of all medium Tornadoes will look like, \ cation. He said It might be pinned He Is Starke.I ,
in the
nbrtd to Korea In Febru- sisters Mrs. Ollene Lemmons and teach arts .and crafts I I Supt. ChapmsM blamed much IIf six d, boys" Most of 'these boys Then" of course, the following down further yet. because the,I,and a member of the Florida
l. he was stationed at.Fort Mrs. Mattie P. Fulgham. both of school. The 'consist the so-calhid moral lax."ss of the out will wdKh. less than,'130 pounds Friday night, September 2,1, the neighbors had been 'looking after]| American Medical Associa
of Lions
the mostvpart '*; the
..,.C. He-.w*s J.he .,te..n Sirkvtlle! and ....... Addle Brown; using tools, and malting present day on the. .iiwfc thai.,snaa. So 1ia.W.v ***' greater- parr 'or' ..WmutoaVlnsyear's thing*"Until few dayi ufo when A Hfllsborough: Medical
[ lime of his death. Dell of Jackson, Miss. simple\! simple wooden Partin'of the fine "old"tradlttans of the I, WHllsiofi\ ,.. the Tornadoesw first. t.am',. with 'a .few new tirrmss fornexj them to quit. *\; clatloiu American &>!!/*e of
---- said. 'I,[ past have been. thrown1 Intothe opponent, flail 18 letter-men returning .1 _1'.. Journey to Starke for the He was unable to name, wfiat.\Chic1 Trintoau Physicians, and American
\ 'I discard. I this year Hobbs said and.' opening game of the season In the articles were missing' or the value Society
_THE WINKLER RIGHT-OF-WAY / seven Only through those students 12 will be In kept grades all\ "We need .to return; to the .prin- he figured that game would be the,, BH3 stadium. Of the goods stolen because he did Though Dr. Felos Is a *h stspecialist
and Dr,
ciples and standards establishedby not know where the''most Kartsonls a
August 25. 1851 as to the value of his property, and day the first day partin said. TheIItud..nts such men as'Jefferson' Jackson articles were kept. expenslve > surgeon, they wiJl both practice
Telegraph It Is not unusual for people to dlf-I In grades one through six Cleveland and Wilson," he ..ald.I LAWTEY MAN'S BODY FOUND ADRIFTIN vhlng he could definitely list only general medicine here. Dr. Felos
will be allowed home Immediately as
to -
fer as to property values. Thl go I I In the past, the finest compliment RIBAULT BAY NEAR MAYPORTThe missing ,was a .22 caliber bolt- expressed his appreciation to the
kr the State Road DepartS difference should be settled In the following registration that could be paid a man action rifle. He said hi. sister citizens of Starke for all the help
or by 11 o'clock he added. The
County, nor Mr. Winkler good American way by a :ury of" was to say that he was a true they have given him and
students who remain all day will death of Morris Bryant. 33, day and did not report for work hud also left some'of her sterling especially
ppled the bide on the Wink- our fellow citizens. go to their homerooms after their gentleman the speaker said. "I formerly of Lawtey, but a residentof Wednesday. His clothing and per silver In the house, but he dldnt Doctor Adams and Middle
Tly for widening Templein The Federal Government matches assignment from an organizational wonder If this goal of gentleman- Jacksonville at the time of his sonal Iffccts were Intact when, tAle know where she kept It. She Is ton. Both of them have. been a
Starke. "ur. Winkler the County money In building llness has been sacrificed! to expediency attributed great help, he said.
to scheduled
meeting and then run through'' death was drowningb body was removed from the water to visit here In Stark.
Ker 120,000( of County Farm federally approved farm to market In our modern. supersonic Y. H Duval In The new doctors hope. In the
a six short-period schedule the Dr. Thomas, County Brunson declared Bryant had two weeks and will be able to
feet Road spent In roads, but will not pay one cent on I' age' ?" he asked. not too distant future, to
money rest of the day. medical) examiner. An autopsywas been In Mayport for the last three give lh" sheriff's office a complete expand
three residences (two of Temple Avenue right-of-way. The A new system for registration' Chapman was Introduced by A. made by Thomas after Bry weeks and ,was working on a list of the stolen property the clinic's facilities to permit
re not even on the new County Commissioners the State J. Thomas who pointed out some ant's found In there the addition of several beds
has been devised, this year and body was floating dredge at the time of his then. to
| way and the third of which Road Department and myself have school officials are hoping It will of the superintendent's outstanding Ribault Bay, Mayport last Friday death. The burglar entered the house'j serve the purposes of. a small hospital.
affected) and In rebuild- tried hi every way to keep the cost relieve some of the mlxupa and accomplishments as a leader morning. Funeral services were held at by rutting the screen'door leading .

ntore buildings to plans) de. of widening Temple Avenue to a waiting that wereso clearly evident In prison reform. 1 Mayport Constable Frank Brun- the graveside In Sapp Cemetery in to the back porch then lifting a )

jhy his architect. And he reasonable figure, and to work n<" In past yesrs. When the bell son said Bryant was last seen Tues Raiford Tuesday afternoon at 2:30.: screen from a window which led, Boxing Program I
nil the to spend hardships on any property own..rwho Mrs. P. E. Griffis \
county rings at 8:30: all students In to a back bedroom. He then went
|'its farm, road funds in benefits by the ImprovementAll To Be SponsoredBy
pay- grades seven through 12 will
go through
nearly drawer
Gets and I
CitizenshipUse I every
for loss of business\ for of the new bids, which have to the stadium There they will TIMBER RATTLER KILLED IN TOWNhouses closet In the house, not bothering Legion PostAny
(and tenants. been accepted, .were well under a short .
enjoy have the
program. to
Griffis, attractive brunette put anything back In Its
Starke residents .were warnedby In placeas
first bids which were rejected. Nollman Village. He and
hnsider Invocation
") that his property and listen to the announcements wife of Purvis E. Route 2c, he worked. The ,
evidently boy
or 14
but we have qot met and cannot pertaining to this the police department to be very i Johns went around there and ran man years old or
( greatly Improved by the meet Mr. Wmkler's figures an have of year. nameswill paper. and became a U. S. i'I these because rattle snakes deputy sheriff, said, for Sewell Invited to attend the organizational -
pJ no Idea spending have rejected all bids In relationto be called out with their homeroom day. I with a fishing pole and killed It in
0000 for property that we the work he desires done. We numbers. The students will cltiren In June. The ceremony are moving to higher land at this I I the front yard with a hoe. He said was unable to "lift" any finger meeting of a local boxing program

gbly expect to condemn atFe regret that we cannot agree but be able to double-check their took place in Jacksonville time of year The warning came most people know them as "swamp prints at all, although there were which will be Inaugurated
than $3000 to $5000 any money the Jury saves us In homeroom assignments, Partin Mrs. Grlffls and her husbandwere after patrolman W. K. Grlffls and I rattlers" and they are fairly rare, definite smudges showing where Tuesday night ..t 7:30: In the
married In Frankfort, Germany ,
1 market road game warden M. L. Johns killed a being'known to exist In the burglar's hands had been In Armory. The prngratt Is under
paying no other owner for this matter ls farm to said, for each room will hav a In only three
[business, and cannot pay money and will\ be used In paving roster of the students assigned to stationed December there with the Ha U.was S. 4 1-2 foot timber rattler last i or four Florida counties. the dust on same of (he furniture the sponsorship of the local American .

pikler or his tenants for I federally approved farm roads that room on the door. and remained after Thursday afternoon In the yard of Grlffls said that snakes are Legion Post and under the
Army the
$' anymore than we wouldi which means we get two dollars Those students In grades one as a civilian Worker She came war' 4 house on Adams Street, crawling to higher land now and Bennett To Visit direction of Ed "Rocky"' Kreiner.

I i \to pay us the extra prof. new roads for every dollar spent through six will find a group of to the States In January. 1948. Grlffls said he received a call everyone Is urged to tw very careful With Constituents Krelner U a former member of
[t1 e road brings them. WeJ on farm roads. tables under the trees In back of Mr. Griff says she likes I from a woman In the neighbor and look closely before they the IT. S. Olympic Team and an
quarrel with Mr. Winkler Hollls\ V Knight the high school building each America, flue. but sometimes hood who had seen the snake step or put their arms Into any During Recess All-Navy Marine World Cham
with a number from one throughsix. finds the Florida weather "a I't-' 'crawl under one of the rented brush or bushes. pion. During his past experience

I' The children and their parents tie hot"who doesn't). Hep. Chas." E. Bennett will spend a.. a National AAU star, be hascollected

CommitteemenTen OPS Director should approach the table, Mr. Griffis works at Humphreys!! Draft Board Books the: Congressional, recess which a series of 37 titles, besides .
Counties Will Meet Public with a number corresponding to I Gold Corp. I Safety Program asls until September 12, attending other honors won In similar
the child' grade and there they I;One, For Induction Sponsored By Police meetings! and conferring with constituents CapacitIes He Is at present a,>
Here TuesdayOunty On September 10 [ will be assigned their homerooms. LARGE CATCH i la the Second Congressional members of the Navy and stationedat
Their will also be At School Tuesday
names posted on Only one man will be Inducted District. Cecil Field, but living In Stark
Committeemen of the Mrs. Marian Howe, executive : the doors to their respective I via Selective, Service by Local The Congressman states that he
a Home Administration secretary of the Starke Chamber I homerooms so that there should, Board 18 during September ae- The Stsrke Police Department will be at the post office In Stsrke In the Hartman Apartments.Krelner .

on l counties met In the lof Commerce. announced yesterdaythat be no slipups, Partin said. cording to Mrs. Rhoda Dampier will sponsor a safety program at on Friday, Sept. 7. at V:30: a.m. urged all parents to also -
|'*Klon Hall Tuesday after-]I I the trade group had made arrangements chief clerk. This Is one man less the BUS athletic field next Tuesday for the convenience of anyone wlnh- be present at the Tuesday night ,

receive and discuss reports for A. Reid Mann District Sistrunk To OpenIn than those inducted, during August afternoon beginning at on. Ing to confer with him. He will be meeting and bring their boys. All
A, activities during the Director of the Office of Price when the quota was raised to two. o'clock according to an announcement at Keystone Heights at 11:30: a.m.
". according' to a .tatev II Stabilization to meet with the people -. New Home Previous to then It had been one this week by Patrolman W. he same day. boys desiring to enter the program -

Clifford L. Currle, local of Starke and vicinity Monday 'This Saturday man per month. as It Is this time. K. Grlffls. Only those students In On Wednesday Sept 5. he will between. 14 and 18 years of

wpervu.or. The counties l. night, Sept. 10. at 8 o'clock In the She said the Board has also been grades: two through six and the be at the Lak. Butler post'offtc 'age must )have their parents' permission

1"1' Included Alachua courthouse. Slut run k's Feed & Seed Store ordered tr> send all men born be- boys from grades seven and eight! at 1O( a.m. he said.
B Bradford. I Mrs. How. stated that Mr. Mann will be open for business as usualIn fore December, 1929 up for their will be present.
Duval. Nassau assist anyone In f. The purpose of the program according -
will be glad to their new building at the corner pre-Induction physical examinations -
|*"l StJohns.. I I I straightening out any difficultiesthey of Call and Water Streets this ', during September. However to Orlffls, Is to talk to the THE VOICE OF P. T. A.

|'"l\\nl were held during the might be having In the .price Saturday morning, according to the number of men to be youngster about safety precautions *
'n' 'I called be known until later they. should take while going "Let's get acquainted with our school"
Pertaining to the ob- regulation program. C. A. Futch. on. of the owners. : ; won't I
or tin F H. A. and the "Reserve this date and be present Fulch said. "We may not be en- when the records are checked. back and forth to school He sold I This Is the theme for the first PTA meeting of the year.

".t"llIe i I at this meeting. It will be tirely organized, but we'll be open I the reason for the attendance of Follow the crowd to the school cafeteria Tuesday Sept. 10,
'' ommitleemen. The I well worth the time" Mrs. Howe, for business." Robert A. Whitehead the seventh and eighth grade boys when the PTA will hold Its first meeting of the year.
:/II..n Were also brought I urged. Slstrunk's has occupied a build- Is because the school boy patrol The PTA needs you because It need..* your Ideas your

'a oa the current programs'' Cub Scout MeetingsTo Ing on Call Street since 1949 but Forestry GraduateRobert will be selected from that age 'Interest. your :zest your strength your support .
1 ta their home counties' they recently sold the building to, I IfI'I'1JI''TtI" pstrM will 'tHrmrgantxed your cooperation. -
"kl Be ResumedThe former Starke businessman "We hit 'em said T. : A Whitehead. son of Mr.
Ben Suslow Just right.
tivet for the second week of he
which they, and Mrs C. R. Whitehead of Law school The PTA needs ,whether you are a mother a father
when made definite -
"tve next year. first\ Pack meeting of local to erect they their newt) II. Slade, local bottled gas dl'alerl tey., graduated from the Florida added. a teacher or any other civic-minded adult.
told the committeemen Cub Scouts will be held Thursday building. In describing' the huge catch of! State Forest Ranger School at Ice cream and Coca-Colas hare Children's Deeds won't wait It doesn't take a child long; to

"* ** orating loa. tot I September 8. at 7:30: p.m. accordIng week- Futch said they will have a free] sheephead brought in by himself, .Lake City on August 22. been donated by Foremost Dairies grow up. By joining hands with others who are working< for'

"Igi,, '*"" ownership\ to an announcement Scout this Master. gift for everyone entering their I I his son Tom (left) and Silly Hen The Forest Ranger Is a department and the Starke Coca-Cola Bottling better homes, better schools, and better communities, you can

.r $:.0)04);() and seven farm I by Harry Green. Cub will be held in new store Saturday morning and ,derson (Right) recently at Horn- of the Forestry School of the Company for the program and hasten the coming of a better future for all children.
The meeting
"1* *' 24.400 during the Scout House on Church. Street. plenty of refreshments.. He said! ,osassa. The party. caught 64 University of Florida, and Is devoted the BUS band will be on Mild to S S eDo
: they feel they will be able to givetheir .
'ear. M. said there were Green asked all parents with customers better service from I 'sheephead.. with the largest weighing to the training of young supply the music. A number of you have a pony?

peratlDr loan for M.2M.- boys from eight to 11 yearS old' ; the new building because of bet- In at 8 3-4 pounds. Their men to fit the many needs for cities have begun sponsoring such This U an unusual request but the PTA .U already thinking of

farna ownership loans for tn be present at this meeting If- ter warehouse facilities and a decrease guide "verifies" their story, and semi-professional foresters. programs he .said and the police the .Howe'en Carnival. Please contact Mrs. T. H. Slade or

'. '"d M farm housing I'' their. H.boys also were urged interested all In present JoinIng. reckooe'd In the with amount of traffic time to struck there are eight' 'whoppers In the Whltrhead. had previously attended department believes It wen worth III Mr.October.' Partln If you have a pony that could be'used by the PTA
he every
ri3134: m4inflGdL\ i Cubs to be there. backs up to the door. I aoove, picture to offer In evidence. Georgia Military Academy. the time.


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E MATTHEWS.. ewN :".EOIroarubllhed : fly :Mr*. Bryan \\hltfldilItlrthilay Mnrda! -!
1B7B Enuf to Last 'Til
Party decorations lent a festive t AB See Our Dig
Second g.pae
Kvcry 'no..y and Entered a. air to the home of Mr and I Labor V
"eaaa !Matter at the Pisa //fire. at "tark""" Fla.Member Mrs R. P. MrLi-ndon, for their Sale Price List-nargai Pa ab
son, Tommle. celebration of his I Get Your
<8> Satur ... COpy at. S<::
1951 day fifth afternoon.birthday anniversary August 23.: SharIng ..".".". -- ''''_.. "" "" lore;
the fun with Tommie were
Subscription *2.50 Annually .1.BO For SU: !Month JoAlyce and Gllda Graham of SMOKED HAMSSunnyland 1111111111111LQftrrrr'//

Starke. Barbara and Nancy Bates
Jean, Mary Richard and Leonard
School Days Are Here Again Dagger, Kathleen Thomas amt. or Swift's Premium ,

"School days, "school, days, dear old Golden Rule days Sonny McLendon.contests and There there were were exciting '! 8 to 12 ib.

areback again and from the toddlers up to the teenagersschool novelty balloons and cups of candies AverageHall or ,' 59C
favor After
will be In session again.There's Wholelb.Slic9d .
those who of the lovely gifts the children yly :;: 4'
again this year to replace ::;
a new group were served Ice cream
last Spring who for the first time leave Mama's and lemonade In the dining room .. ..
graduated ll
apron strings and Papa's knees to go forth into the outside -, The table was covered with,a white BOILED HAM y=->b. 63cU. N I ''JJ
world. Most of the newcomers will arrive at school linen cloth and was centered with / /#IIIIIII- SfiftfiPrices

starry-eyed and eager to learn, But glad there to be always so grownup is at least that wall the unique a "merry-go-round"birthday! cake, which Indi- S. Graded; Comm.TBONE RightsReserved 152 Call Street
school. Quantity
to .
have to go 79c: Good
they now I.b. I Th
and TEAiC.
who must be practically roped vidual cakes Iced In blue top- $
Cassidy .
one young Hopalong vehement Protests to the class- ped,with tiny, pink tapers, markedthe CHUCK ROAST, Lb. 69c: '. Starke, Florida Sat
and carried over 59c Sept
and hog-tied that all places and added to the attructlveness RIB STEAK. Lb. : ill
it is the law of the
he must for .
room. But go of the table. Artistic I.b. 65c:
in -
Americans must be educated and he may be recalcitrant' arrangements of asters were place lat HAMBURGER. r Superbrand .. '. "
the early grades, but somewhere along the line he 11 be captured points of Interest In the dining Pickle& Pimiento or Olive Hickory Sweet Sliced
) by some excellent teaching and another American will, room. Mrs. McLendon was &II' Loaf Lb. 59c Bacon Lb. 59c
I I learn the three U's, and a host of other things. elated In hospitalities by Mrs. W. Vermont Sliced I ICE REAM 5Pts9SCV2'a'6'
while you'll hear folks saying that it is IT. Graham of Starke and her Liver Cheese orrfjjjr Mt. p
this Every thing once or that,a which makes America great. And they guest Miss Lou Herrell of Tampa, Bologna Li. 55c Bacon Lb. ? 69c
Mrs Herbert Thomas Mrs. LyleH.
but it is our opinion that somewhere Liver Creamed Cottage tf?
have good points, Braunschweiger- SALAD-
may Buck and Mrs. L> A. Dugger. FOR PICNIC POTATO
should place our school system of pub- Cheese lb21 c
way up on the list we Mrs L. F. Chapman returned Sausage Lb. 65c
J which takes a young "buckaroo"who -, '..
I lic education. The process Home. Sunday following a stay at
does not want to learn and teaches him how to read and the Hotel Gordon In Waynesvlllo. Grade A, Dressed & Drawn, Quick-Frozen Broiler Lon7 While vVssC- \
1 write and how to think for himself, not to mention all the N. C. ; 5'Ibs 29'i'
I_ other pupil willing to learn, Is one of our most cherishednational ) During the past week Mr. and TURKEYS Lb 69c POTATOES 1
t assets. The boy or girl who is given an education Vfr*, George Manassa and their ; '.
I h makes a better American, and In so doing makes a better children of Green Cove Springs Calif.. Pascal Luxe': '. < .
and Mr. and Mrs Bob Barkley and "
of the World. -
, citizen We think it quite fitting at this time, too, when we are their guests children of Mr.of Jacksonville and Mrs. W.were O "One Dozen Orange Band'ee.. Both-Only: CELERY Stalk 19

paying homage to our forefathers who made public educa- Stringfellow.Farm TEEfllE WEENIES
of life, to honor sincerely the teachers and of-
tion a way boys and girls who at' And One Dozen Dixie i Darling
ficials of our school systems. They do a wonderful job, year tend Union County Schools resumed 4n Cuban Golden Juicy' Cillf.L.
in, year out, and are entitled to the thanks and appreciation their scholastic* work Mon- TEENIE WEENIE BUNS o AVOCADOS C O R N LEMONS CantabJewell I
of all of us, including the thousands of pupils who again this day. August 27. I I

9 year harken to the call of "school days." Thornton With their, Mrs.visitors If. W., Pringle Mrs.! A.and F. 'ftrful 6re ;cs-WN CAMP'S 3 for 25c 4 Ears 29c 2 Ibs. 35c 2 far 49!

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rivers, all of
Keeping Football Perspectives Auburndale, Mr. and Mrs. Bill At ORANGE Quick-Frozen Chicken Duncan Hines Quick-Frozen Cone.
, wood of Jacksonville and Mr. and ORANGE
> the recent exposure at West Point of cheating during Mrs Spencer Crews and their son, PORPBEAJISNO.2 DRUM-
:s' ': examinations, there came a loud cry from one end of the Billy, of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. JUICE STICKS..j Lb Pk69c JUICE 6 Cans 9
C. D. Sellers and their daughters
about the over-emphasis' sports, '
Country to the other Patrlca and Emma Lou and Mrs
. and particularly football.We P. S. Crews attended the birthday CAN 14 9- 46
, believe that the so-called overemphasis: on sports dinner given In honor of Mrs -4* PI, 1z Buy Plenty for the Holiday .
if all of would get over Emma Rivers at the home of Mr.
extent us
, could be corrected to a great PEPSI
I and Mm, D. L. Shaw In LaCrosntf or
the great American passion for demanding a COCA-COLA 6 1
it I Is the Brooklyn Bums, or the Starke Sunday.Mr Thill g9arl75e EDUCATORS Bottles
, : If a team, whether and l Mrs. W F.. Feagle have $ COLA
: J baseball team, wins, then the game was a good one, and the :ompletcd an Interesting vacation Blended.
I team is a good one. Likewise, if Florida wins but four games rip that Included stops in Rome Itines'liighUght" and
, a season, it i In looked upon as a disgrace and a blot on the iml Lovejoy, Georgia and Chat- "
fair name of the State. And the malcontents do something nnooga and Gatlinburg, Tennesllee"Mr GEORGIA MAID i !
' i about it, to the tune of hiring a football coach who is paid and Mrs. Dennis Fancher Sunshine COd
', i I more than the Governor of the State. ind their young son Pete spent ONE PICKLES

, I\ We ; -y-lhat it is infinitely"better to have the public or their Beach.recent They vacation were acrompanlec at Lagune BOX UND2S JUICE ? LINED I MACAROONS i!

", a school root for their team to play well and to try to win,,, to the resort by Mrs. Zeb Gllchrls! X. VIENNA FINGERS
than to demand that the team win, regardless of any other and her son, Mac, of Chattahoo .
; t I I considerations.: "There is no substitute for victory" said chea. SWI FT'S 3 ,No 2 Cans ,2'3t 5wEErM40, ". :}ii 2. 5
,,M t 'I ,.one of our leading military men recently, and that may be Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Markham Package....
.hue in war, but we question seriously whether it is true at had a. their visitors Sunday Mr '
.call when applied to the field of sports. We nay that a team and Mrs. If. F.. Allen of Crysta IPREM 2SC11.0ZL _.
i I ''that tries to win and plays to the best of Its ability and loses Mrs.River'Kathleen' and Mrs.Petty N. L.of Moore Inverness and. IDEAL FOR JlOllDAY'OUTlNGSJ DIXIE DARLING PAT'
is entitled to the same backing as the team which won.
Rev. A. L. Phillips of Atlanta
College football as it is organized today is a mockery of Georgia who has been conducting 4 Q MARTI 3
amateur sports. True there is a code, saying that such prac a revival at the ftaiford Baptist CAN 4: p aI OliVES
Church was the guest of Mr. and STUFFED LB.CELLO
tices are forbidden and others are allowed, everyone .
Mrs.V. H. Williams this past
i I knows that the teum whictt) trots out'on the field ju:<<;'before 'week.. niCE

". the kickoff, is not truly representative of the student body. For several days during this EV IO fnf-LI BSV'SCORNEDSEEF 4-1 oz. BOTTlE 'fSIRL 4
No, the team !is made up of the most skillful behemoths who I week Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Brown ol BAG
Savannah Georgia were visitors
,. I can be dug up from any part of the Country, and bought, of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Markham. .
bribed or coerced to bring victory to the sacred honor of Since Sunday Mrs. Emma 17 .
i r dear old university. And if, in the course of the game, the Rivers of Auburndale hits beer DONALD DUCKSALAD
visiting Mr and Mrs. P. S. Crewi 39C
team smashes out win the higher the the better 12-oz CanSuperbrand r
) -
,: a ( score and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers. (
, then everyone connected with it is happy, except, of course, New Farm residents are Mr. and MAYONNAISE SANDWI

the loners who are just\ about disowned by their student body Mrs. Lyle U. Buck and their sons Sor.boz..
and show themselves in public at the risk of their necks, because who have moved from Starke in I Colored QuartersMARGARINE \ 32-01. DRESSING I SPREAD
they have been guilty of losing. to the Turney house.

,\ Let us all try to be reasonable about sport: There is: noliSt' Mr.After and an Mrs extended Herbert visit Thomas with, Lb 19'' I93 59t 8-OZ.. 25' QUART 15' 25
raving and ranting about what happens in West Point, Tommy Thomas returned to his I5 45'
or any other school, because the truth of the matter is that home in Fort Myers Tuesday .

1 the Great American Public is at fault for the over-emphasis Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Barton, -T___ ,c",. MO_ --_--
on sports, and no one else. When we can all accept a defeat and their sons returned Wednesday
!f for our team with good grace, and say to them: "You were from Orlando where. they HERSHEY Factory Pack VELVO
.,; beaten, but you played well!" then perhaps the youths who visited Mr. and Mrs., L.V Flem
On vacation the Bartons
: play will undt'r:4tanlthat\ baseball and football all Ing. .
: are after
to other of Interest
enjoyed trips points
J 1 only a game I la the central part of the
stale. SUGAR 5lbB3g41c COFFEE 6 6"REALEMON"
The One And Only Hearst their Mr. daughters and Mrs. Gerald Misses Cox Patsy> and 1.lbBag

The death of famed William I Randolph) Hearst broughtto Mary Bea and "Cookie" Cox, of
a close what was probably the most spectacular career of Orlando were here with Mr. and
any man ever to( appear in American journalism. Not that he Mrs. R. H. Cox and Mr. and MrsJ.
M. Bradley from Monday until OSCAR MAYER E I N 1
was the greatest, but just: the most spectacular. He was Wednesday. While In this section Crackerjack SWANSON H

hated with an ever increasing intensity by some people in the visitors were also guests of Lemon Jwce Wieners d Ba .B-Q Sauce
Live Oak and Jacksonville relative Popcorn Boned Chicken Tomato K.tchuP
the world
newspaper just as he was loved with equal fervor

by others. Mr.*.and Mr. 3. )f. Bradley had 8-01:. 19c 1s.o1.31c: 13-0z.Can 49c Satch.1 of Z4 S1JJO 57c 21c
]Hearst was a rare man indt'eland\ his activities will as their visitors Sunday Mr and 6-ol.CGn: J4.oLBottle
probably remain as the most colorful in the newspaper world Mr. Vance Geiger of Jacksonvilleand LIPTON'S PLANTER'S
for many years to come. The newspaper business was his Monday Mr. and Mr.. Lester CAMPFIRE SWANSON SIHGASOJVeUow N
first love, and he talked his father, a U. S. Senator, into giving Bradley and their son, Larry, and
Mr Bee Thornton of Monroe Label Tea :Cock1ai1Peanutli
him the Los Angeles )<;Examiner his first newspaper. Georgia.* Marshmallows Booed Ttuk.y p.aDutBultat

Thus began a revolution in American journalism. His I -
screaming red headlines, the extensive use of artwork, and 4-01:. 33c 3.1I 64c 8-o .Box 35c Jb.Pkq. 33c 6z..Can 54c 11-0..GlaSJ 3 39G c
an unequaled sensationalism began what is now known as PHONE 218
"yellow journalism." He has been accused of starting
the Spanish-American because be needed the sensationalism COLO NIALFLORIST DARIMIX WAX-SEEL >2-oz. Nabisco Vanilla -:- ANGLO -:_ SWiFT'SI !
in such news to successfully continue his circulationwar Mill Wafers
Dry WazPap.r Boa 35C
with the famous Joseph Pulitzer. Whether or not he J Boast Beet M.at.tor8a6iM

did start the war is uncertain. Howtver! it is a well known l-lb. Sunshine Strained orHi 2
1 32c
fact that he sent\ an artist and reporter to Cuba weeks be- 7-oa. Pkq. OC 100-FtRoU No. l Caa 49c ChopPe3capi
fore the blowing up of the Maine. When his two disciples I-Ho Bea 55C

wired him and wanted to come home, he wrote, in effect, FLOWERSFOR NOTHING Klll$ BUG* 12-oz.
"You are to stay in Cuba. You furnish the news and I'll fur- ALL OCCASIONS' J 1414.414RFAL KreUchmer e
nish the war." And shortly after that, the Maine was mysteriously KJIL Wheat Germ Ju 30c
blown up in the Havana harbor.
But whatever his 8u6 KILLER 1 La Choy Comb Chinese / I I '
shortcomings, Hearst was a great man y yr
in many ways. He pioneered the use of pictures in newspapers (j) Dinner PI,. 59c
made first use of cartoons on the editorial page,
Pioneered the use! of comic strips and many others. In the DISH GARDENS
last few year8ne has dictated a strong editorial policy toall
his newspaper! which when boiled down, meant a fight POTTERY Sliced
against the threat of Communism. L13. Osage Freestone NO.2 1 H
Now that he is dead his have to POTTED PLANTS
sons promised

with used.l the i[owenr same,fervor we challenge and| policies them' to their ever father show dictated the carryon mark and on FLOWERS ANYWHERE WIRED Breakfast Bacon 49c I Peaches 2AUG 2

American! journalism shown by their father. There Was only
one \\Ilham Randolph Ifearst Nona St Stark



AUG 3119.5 1

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TELEORAFo BUR"E. 1FLt1tID.t ,. ----- --- --
LY ,
t ii, i, L, __ ___. ._. .-- .--- -- -- -- -_ -- I ._ ,,__ '''d' we --.. ....1
----- ----- --- -- ores. in or tier moi um.jr *>-=-
that andjust
placed on a center table.A I I The next meeting wUl be held I I up an let oppoitunlty the grass die like in the fall. "Invited" when we. turn in your'

!'I large group of members and, at the Baptist Church September II WANT TO KNOW I But according to him all they gate for a visit.

1at 3 clock I If I cut it, rake It and ,
i o one do Is
\ three visitors wore present. VisItors p.m. Every YOU Know, have to ,,,l'M'H 1'"I>I'U
invited to attend. pile It in the barn and it'll make e'IeII'I'1111 C S ....1 ..,W
were: Mrs of
1.1'111 George Crotty
.. J. The closed with a will man's hay" as anything TO WHOM J'rlAY ( ()NrJ"lN
was f
Mrs. program wrok the Telegraph as good "poor
Jacksonville L. Grt'eti and Nntlcft( In hfK-bV" given: II. M theIIn'pr.'lln."I.
Mrn H. I*. Gulnoy of Brooker. The hymn titled "More: like the Mastor a 3-inoniliM .subscript| imrNunnt f'i the FI.. ttloiln t-!
Mewing; and oleo Beulah i Bradford Nnmft 8t.tllt", house Pill Nt>.
I Missionary So- program Chairman Mrs. James prayer, by best Tn' 01' Tit 1'-: Mr Letsch came to lilt. Chapter No 2005.1: Laws of
v. Thomas in Devotional Hanell.Mr.. giving sic Information from 'I".ltill.41.! will register with the
meeting was charge. I County some 30 years ago "
yable by the President Mrs. and Mrs. H. B Crosby returned i an Item suitable for he was foreman In Clerk or the rirriilt Court In tied
Florence lrlldtnr.1 County, Florida upon
ilrs. Willis. last week from n vacationtrip the .'urro"'..." You He saidit for
3 o'clock. Earl Those participating an automobile factory. receipt of proof of the publication
| at
I t n" ,
..If was of red 'ea Tna- ,Ira. Hewlett Andn-son. Refreshments Mr. and Mrs. ZeD Dukea and the picture Just. drop foreman's job because he speaks to Hlic wit:Dad M.nlltn'urlnlCo.., Tn<*.,
\ 4i.g I were served by the 'hostess children, .>f Jacksonville were visiting office or drop u" a card seven different languages and he under< which w. ar. engaged inbu.lnsse
cbrySllnth.mums I Bradford County -
In Ptnrk,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby I the name and location of could, tell the laborers, who spoke Florida' ;
Sunday. Ij j or thing you want writ' different languages, what to do That. the parties Interested In fialdhu.lnr.il .
enterprise are: r>. a. SI<- -
do the relit. .
I Mrs. Odessa Hall and two children Around Bradford County I and we will In the laborer's own language.As lorr ..Ir, Islington, N C. and Jack
r s. are alrendy. a subscriber back he say he sonvlllff, Ft*,
of Jacksonville and Mrs for going
I With Jlolcomb Kerns I II I ...... month will bedded He Is a firm be- F:. A. tlovloff Lexington N C.
desire to.
IMAGINE Ruby Waldron of Wildwood spent has no F I Slcelofr, Taxing-ton N. C
STE pa.Jfof last weak here as guests of Looks as though we were in error i prcttent subscription.) liever In Bradford County its soil Mrs. r>. S. Slcclofr. ST., Lexington.:
their parents Mr. and Mrs. C. S. last week when we reported and climate. He returned to Detroit N. C.
ct Iric refrigerator Under Kelly We are sorry to report that everyone had set out. for the first time a while J.K -T P.. Nolirti Sloeloff' .Ir,Lexington Lexington N. C.
:Mrs. Kelley la Ktlll on the sick list. berry plants on the full' atl"aw-j Submit Your back when that city was celebrating Stated Ibis inth day' of AugustA
PHILCO NEW REGULATIONS Mr. and M,.. Casey Atkinsoa of our round. this week we found P-O-TIII -Wlml\." Its ZfiOlli anniversary but hedldut't County. I>. IDItl Florida at, Biarke, Bradford
YOU CAN Talluhaasee spent the werk end that it rained In Starke, but remained enjoy the visit at all. All SI10 4t t191Trnrlcel |
atOrVer4'1 'I here visiting "Mr. and Mrs. C. L. dry nearly everywhereelse I .. of winner ulll be an- he wanted to do, he said waa -
the State I ,,] ..... rash week. where he had a :
MOW OWN 1 Atkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson particularly out ) come back home F'lrllllon. Nam* tut
atlORTHY'S 'RuIIS: Farm "way, and 'wiry few had little elbow room and fresh air, Notice I'mlrr In hereby given that thiintlemlprnea1 .
However they have the e e' ., pursuant to the "Ktc
Weekend 'visitors of Mr. and planted. I hay and getting better Blaluto"" llulln Rill
APhilcollft.REFRIGERATOR Mrs. R. F. (Uano were their lilt ground ready for the most part tons per a'rel! The And that's what we SAW goingon No.tltlnlin 117(1(Nnm, rhnptor No 20451. Laws ofKlnrliln
lot of rain and a little Bradford County this week. will register with triorMi
dri'ii, Mr. and Mrs M. M. Gano and and with a I. just an estimate of in 1141 and
luck, they may have their plants I and he admits that it Is We're still waiting for all those >rk of the Circuit fourt. In,
daughter Sherry Beth of St. Augustine I' for Hr ilfnnl County, Flnrlila upon
and Mr. and Mrs. Ovid in the ground shortly ... It was esti cards, letters phone calls and receipt of proof of publication of
e telling use what thin notice the fictitious n..me.. to-
Ganu and non. Ray of Gainesville.Mrs. another fellow\ at being other messages
(texirge; Crotty of Jackson One thing we noticed in particular I five you or your neighbor are doingS wit TIIW: BTAHKH MRniOAT' CRNTKU

FOR .95 vllle'Spent part of last week visit rthls week is the increasing I Preferu farm to I we can pay you a call. We're the I expert of to Htnrkr" engage, Florida In business In
visits we
ONLY 334with Ing Miss Lubedla Plnholater She anY+unt of attention and thought I really enjoying the That the part Interested In said
They arrived a little too late make around the. county writing business enterprise Is:
wan accompanied home Saturday being given registered stock. but folks Pet O Keloir. .
do much last year they what you are
with and picturing iit. Florida this 14th.
by Lube4ia for a week's visit Bated Stflrkc.
Z-R her. Seemed like every where we went the place Tip to where It \' up to. So, drop u.* a card giving day of A...... A. D. 1951.
NO someone had a new registered addition shines, bought 'equipment ua your name ,activity, and ad- 1111 4t SIT)
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Molt when the time' ... .
his stock and was planning were ready - --
for the weekend were, Mr. and to busy again. They are -
[ILCO I Mrs Era Mott and children and I an increase. Most of them the proud owner of two .. .

Down Payment little Hal Mott son of Mr. and Mr.H .. said that they think It pay. to toted Duroc plp s. sisters! to ,\ Spray Your Home. V-O-K-/!
SENATORS H.'llott' of here. I raise good stock now, since the Norman' boar. We caught T.
{ If trade-in will Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of Into effect."You cutting land 'for a'
( your cover) ;fencing law law went
Jacksonville and :Mr. and Mrs. J.. couldn't afford to let rrvlstervd patch when we Arrived but with Jet Kill
E. Havdy and two daughters haven't bought their plants
AND AS LITTLE AS and Jane of Starke were visiting' stock run loose on the hlgh- and like everyone else,

Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Darry Sunday. wajs," they said, "but now since just waiting 'for lain.

i 67c a day M...... Mike TtlRhman) : and chil you have to keep everything fenced About all they have under And If any time thin ;year you see
drenof Gainesville
were up and raise most of the feed vation now is 20 acres of hay any bugs) that are not DEAD or
of Mr. and Mm. S. M. Mott
you might as well put In good that they're planning to UM e !> 'INC), moil bottle to JRT KILL
Sunday fattening the two cowa Inc. Tallahassee. Fla. and we will
stock and be done with IL"
Mr. and Mrs. M. o. Harrell and four calves they now own. gladly return purchase. price.
uraure children Catherine and William The first place we heard that e e e

and Yvonne Harrell and Judy o! statement this week was at Lonzl Stopped by to see Clayton
Jacksonville are enjoying their vacation Norman's farm where the Brownlee ford on the way back to town MOTTLED IN FLORIDA
a cottage at Santa Fe road intersects with Highway .
at I talk thickens with him.
Lake'this week. 223. We were riding along and lik'e Bradford County Is I IIY FLORIDA PEOPLE

Mrs. M. O. Hnrrell and mother, saw Mr. Norman In the hog pen ,
: Into a chicken raising county FOR FLORIDA HUGS
Mrs. Beulah and Wally Crews were next to the "branth" feeding his nearly everywhere we go, a..
Irs of the oldest visiting relatives In JacksonvilleThursday. porkers this mineral powder that i one Is raising broilers. Mr. \ +rr1n,1'.; SoMtllU.NTEJtS': UUOS
--- -
Iterators In this 1 helps keep down the worms. Naturally COOK'S
ford Ie certainly no exception, CNUnnUG -
irritory Mr. and Mrs: Wilson Green anti I we stopped and jumped the lie has about 7,500 all the IS hay I OltOC. SISTIIUNK'S

girls were visiting her parents,, fence for a that and. incidentally, 'housed In three building .
r Mr. and Mrs. J. E.! Hardy of MonHlH'f6ACT .I to find out what he was doing.Norman's This way, he Bays he I rate Mr. Letsch would nays .J"
many pass
|to buy! 2,7500 coming out every'

am to writ*I Teady for the market. He, ,. .. ,
-- -. -- .
-, -- -- -
--- -- -
or your old nearly everyone else, uses -- -
CTo: l.i l.I IL
ERATO* .. e brooders and moves them
in of male I r house to house as he gets a
i' flock In. He said he started,

ad.Noon.roes j A 1 '" only one house, raising .. BUY THE NEW'ENGLISH
4" \ / every 10 weeks, but he
that it would take at least
Prim $418.0.1 / -., maiN% iwady.' to***'market, t

month for him to realize! any
-e.. rCTr*>m the proji-rt. So h*!
e [went Into the 'business and FORD
EEH14CO two more houses
e the'E

O. D. Kersey.. walked' Into
Telegraph office the other
OHO GRAPH \ I with red hot peppers as

tel' .w511 faILC0111)d I and big as any we ever saw I I For Less Price and Payments
t .1... Is farming the old For >th
about a mile east of town just
-o-. 11 CU FT.dnl.UNEQUALLED. thenew nianding highway I

FOR '" left a string of peppers /{
PLUS FEATURES AT ITS PRICKHen's .e1Y Ake tI In the office for us to show '' THAN A USED CAREvery

10 as much a* 2 cu. ft. of Tim tuk>3.of fortune are,,not' apt ; pie when they came In, but !I ,
extra storage space-plus 1951 t<. sweep" )our financial ( ('lIrlly next day we were on our way
oIbef. cable Advanced Design features- away, when you have a<.lp<|uutIniHiinuicc. .> I to bis; place to see the crop. I
at the price of smaller refrigerator Let 11* help yea
...-- *. Built-in frsezer. make. sure your have. and liiinl- I pride and jot .., .,. .
fleas are m-ruro. See u

EASY TERMS MM'k. | Mr. Norman has about 35 hOja day you hear someone say "I wish I could buy a brand
of the common variety down in -
I l lre that pen next to the bridge but new Model A Ford." It has been 20 years since the late ModelA

1C. H. NASWORTHYGeneral h'. attention remains fixes) on the ... .'

RGENCV one that he has in the lot bu'kof f was made, yet you see many Model A Fords still giving good

the house. He recently bought) .
Supplies a boar from Marcus Conner and I' I : .' service Today it is the prize of the used car lots. How many

I IDS STARKE FLA. he's as proud of that fellow a<* ,.
anything you ever saw. And he other cars 20 years old do you see still running? Can you name
has every right to be, for It's as I ,

pretty a registered Duroc as our any 'other car 20 years old that even a junk dealer would buy?
eyes ever saw and only 11 weeksold

I He said Tie paid $25 for the pia

and It was ..o little that you could /The English Ford for 25 years has enjoyed the same reputa-
have completely covered It with'2:1

,one dollar trills. He has already (J,: tlon In England; as the Model A Ford in America. It's the
sold 10 of his other ho/{. and !. l+
$\ Model A Ford of England. It is Ford
supposed to dispose of four more a product, made ,in

this the w..k.rest He's of planning them, up on fatten the-I England; guaranteed by the Ford Motor Company, sold and

Spanish peanuts he planted with Kersey and hot stuff I ] serviced the world over. Like the Model. A Ford, It's a fine,
GAS SERVICE his corn this year. He set out one I
row of the peanuts between every I about From hot now on, when you .comfortable, family car, built for years of service.
peppers, you'd I
five rows of corn and In a 15: acre I
ter think about
patch that's quite a few peanuts.
I he'. '. r
e. cause really !got m. ,
o After leaving Mr. Norman's though he had pulled most of I

served place, we rode on down the road i current crop and strung them So why not buy a NEW English Ford instead
For the ten or more we to dry In' the house he still of an OLD worn
past years to his neighbor', .I, L. Orr and his: load* of on the .

numerous customers in the son first, T anniversary L. They're observing In Bradford their He has strung peppers some up to dry out used) car? The 'best miles of any car are the first miles.!

taken the seed from a lot of

Starke Kingsley Lake area, here County a year this month ago last, having August.com Mr. I for next year and carrel quit. When gnu buy a new car you have no worry about] repair bills,
more but be still has so
and we would appreciate an opportunityto Orr was before a civil retiring engineer/ and In Philadelphia coming -- I they're. about to take over. no tires to buy, no worry about car failures. The overall]] opera-
originally planted a
figure with you on your requirements. 1... wanted to Florida.to rome It to seem Florida that and T. .sale.seeds just to raise the plant tion cost of the English Ford is less than midget size auto-
However he soon had '
Instead of off to college
farm going
Righ'tOur I I plant. than he could' ever hope mobiles.I .
Our Prices Are so they came down, boughtthe sell and just let the surplus .
old Lawton Conner and
Service Is Good started farming. ( Now he has more peppers than
Ij|know what to do with. "

And We Have Ample Facilities To Please YouA i ttoothe t he said M we were leaving
Sunday afternoon. I hate to waste all that seed
I Mr. and Mrs. Alex William of I guess 111 plant pepper again

POST CARD OR ,A PHONE CALL .Jacksonville' spent the weekend.year." Come In For A Demonstration
with hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. eSpeaklnir I .
TO US AT I Dv. Green. at planting and .

RECEIVE PROMPT .\TrESTIOuilgaSIC. Mrs. Mary L. Oreen spent the\ ing more than you know what
I weekend visiting Mr*. Vlrgie Hale do with Conrad LetscM. out on
and Mr.. H. O. Brown at Worth- road to Lawtey, did almost
Injrton Spring! same thing with Pangola
I Mr. and Mr. Dave Creen, Ed- And a* a result, he'. now
i ward Endicott and Mi. E. J. Lewi ,, ing "hay. while the sun shine" II Andrews
: 1\\ Motor
were. In Gainesville Monday after'Icon. cause rather than hi* over-planting hart him. [ Co.

Mr. and Mr*. Zenua Williams It seems that Mr. Letsch,
\ and family of Dundee were visitIng leg hi* stand wa pretty poor
fewest Gainesville, Fla. I relative here last week. ter setting out 10 acre In the Phone 118 Starke Floe
lit Ave. Marshall Mott of the U. 8 ginning, ordered more grass il ,

Phone 5393 \ .Navy San Diego, Calif. I* (pending I I set It out right on top of the
I his leave with his mother her, However, the stand on the -
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thought and now he's cutting I

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., GIRL SCOUT NEWSI A&P is Packed with Picnic

I ,i i ing' our regular mevtins VALUEStahl
t OI
LI,I I ,' we decided on how many
1 I I inns cards. we could sell thi
selling Christmas cards Itinual Meyer

,'n .- money raising project PICNICKER
''If Gill Scout Troop here In
Sta .,i'it Corned Beef

Gladys;/ Mooty:\ t, is ul.so decided that all girls t PREFER

Phone I 35 uu .1 wear their uniforms to the

,, "..-. Fr i ''v meetings t Harris Brand ligb
10 old or older
A girls years
r Meat
Miss Mitchell And Mr. Crews ComplimentedAt 1\11 vould like to join the Girl ,

Events Week He ale are Invited to meet at the
Pre-Nuptial During II
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Sc Ji House with us this. Friday 1 LB. TUNA
MIHH Liiclle Mitchell and Lester Pastel arrangement of seasonal afternoon at 3 o'clock. ,
Crews whose marriage was an flowers and potted plants were Jane Brandt .- Scribe 33 6 Oz. CanFlakes
event of Thursday afternoon were! used In decorating: the rooms of 1 CAN \
ronipllmfiited .with/ many delightful the home. The buffet serving tableat LS

parties In the pant week. one end of the dining room war PINE LEVEL All prices in this ad effective

Miss Mitchell wa. the Insplra- centered with a floral arrange ti1E.{ I through Saturday vNOn'
tlon Saturday for a luncheon Riven ment of large pink roues and fern E., tun'rektiX: l
liy )11'+ II. M. McRae 1. I'L'Rt: FIDE: (.
by Mrs. J. W. Klncald, at her home flanked by two candelabraa holding ....-.. I ('. \i,
on Walnut Street.Arrangements burning white tapers. Card tables YOUR A & I' STORE \IoF.
of yellow gladioli! arranged around the room were Mice Faye Paulk center, In l pli-tun-d. above rwrlvlng two of hc'r Church services were well attended WILL BE CLOSED ALL
centered with white tapers Mina Joann !Smith and at by her at the Pine Level Baptist
and red nines were used to high- burning guests Jimmy Rowe a party given
light point of Interest In the mil In holders which also held mother, M..... Date I'uulk (right) In the t'HO Thursday night uf latitutvk. )'Church Sunday morning and evening SUGARSeptember

l sic room and living room of the tiny rose bud and fern. : with 203 In Sunday School. DAY, SEPTEMBER- .. : 3.-_ .- VJ /
home. The luncheon table, where After the delicious dinner thehonored ]Rev Alton Dobbs of Starke -" --t .
places for ten were laid carried guests were presented witha brought the message at both services j i "?:
t out a yellow and blue color si-heme kitchen showeV, the gifts being Miss Faye Paulk Irene Mildred Lee In the absence of Rev. W. E. 5 Lb. Bag

An artistic arrangements of yel rolled Into the room on a three- Honoree At Party I Becomes Bride' Hall .
low button chrysanthemums cen.III' tier tea cart.AlIslHtlng Rev. and Mrs. Hall attended the njW Customers'
tered the table, flanked on either |In serving were Mrs Given In USO Of Zane Brooks lome coming at the Buford Grove ,' ;
I Hide with yellow burning tapers. AI Harley, Mrs. Jimmy Bunch I Church at Milliard where their t.'V.i Corner Fresh Tender Yellow
"",Y At each place setting was a little Mrs. Charles Shepherd and Mr. Minn Faye Paulk daughter of In a lovely candlelight service, son-in-law Rev. J. f:. Murrhee la
; crystal lily In ahadna of blue holding Rob I'aterson.The I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk of Crosby against a background of magnolia pastor. We have talked a lot CORN 4 Ige. ears .

" 1"- yellow button chryeanthemumaand Circle members presentedthe Lake Shored., celebrated her foliage( and baskets of white gladioli Mr. and Mrs R. T. Turner olTlfton. about how proud we are of
/ the place cards. Marking the brldn-to-be with the j sixteenth birthday anniversary Miss Irene Mildred Lee became Ga. were visiting' Mr. and our employee's prized repu-
, place of the honored guest was a. bowl to her chosen china. sugar : Thursday evening of last week at the bride of Zane Brooks of Jacksonville Mrs. T. f:. Gordon Jr., over the tation for honesty and Seedless or Malaga
I 4, ''i yellow Glamella corsage Follow.I a party given by her mother at at 8:30: o'clock on August weekend.Mr .
I I ing the three-course luncheon the The twenty-one guests Included .the USO building.The 18, In the Bethel Baptist Church curacy. acGRAPES 2 Ibs.
j j, bride-elect was presented with apiece Circle members, and their husbands reception room wan attractively The Rev. C. C. Harris of Green and Mrs Robert Myrick and. But you don't have ..
i k of her silver from her hostess and friends. decorated with native green- Cove Springs officiated at the daughter, Kathy were visiting Mr.and take our word' for it.
Mrs. Cecil Stalnaker of
1 ;'. as a memento of the occasion ery with the pillars entwined with double ring ceremony. Starke Sunday afternoon. You can see for yourself Iceberg Crisp
i I Enjoying the affair were Mlas WSCS NoticesThe vines and holding green and white The bride Is the daughter of Rev. by
Mitchell. Mra. Morgan Rlcharde A Mrs. R. Lee of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Jackson and ;
,t crepe paper streamers strung to : L. Starke Mr LETTUCE head
Ige. $
, ,t,I. Mrs. Junlus Smith Mr. H. C. Methodist WSCS Circles will the center of the room. The mantel Brooks 1 is the son of Mr. and Mrs. children Ronald and Florence Checking the weight of 1
t I Brown, Mrs. Eugene Matthewa hold their regular meetings Monday a point of interest' was banked Aldridge Brooks of Jacksonville. Ann of Charleston, S. C. and your purchase. \oj
"S Mrs. Fred Pellum Mrs. W H. and Tuesday of next we.ek. with magnolia boughs and held! a Robert Collins served as beat mother Mrs. G. W. Boan and Mr. Checking the cash regis Fresh Stringless
i' Thompson, Mrs. Richard Fowler Circle 1 will meet from 1,0 to 11 lovely fan-shaped centerpiece of man Robert Coleman and Robert and Mrs. Delbert Green and son. ter receipt against the '

\,l fi and Mrs. I* F. Smith, Jr. o'clock Tuesday morning. white chrysanthemums and porn. Collins lighted the tapers on the of Heilbronn Springs. were visitIng prices! plainly/ marked on BEANS 2 Ibs.
altar. the' H. M. and B M. McRaes ..
1 Monday evening. the Young Ma- Circle 2 will meet with Mrs. T. poms. Saturday path item.
I tron's Circle of the Presbyterian J. Griffin at 3:30: o'clock Monday The Coke Bar where refreshments Entering on the arm of her father Recent guests of the H. M. Mc- Please let us know if we

! Church honored Miss Mitchell and afternoon. were served throughout the who gave her In marriagethe Raes were Mrs. T.: N. Norman and should ever make a mis Yellow Medium

'i .. Mr Crew. at a surprise kitchen Circle 3 will meet Tuesday att..... evening was decorated'! with white bride wore teal blue satin bal son, Gerald of Heilbronn Springsand take, because our loyal l
I ; .shower and dinner The and green crepe paper intermingled lerina length. Her flowers were emONIONS ,
party. noon with Mr. Foster Shl Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. W McRae ployees want you to ] 3 Ib s. l i
l, Klngsley Lake home of Mr. and with fern, carrying out the yellow carnations arranged In a anti sons of Rtnrbo.' .. I always that I
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'r. lit the Smith home with Mrs. Gilbert -
, Mra. W. E. Dowling was the scene green and white color motif. Four corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of A&P Please write:
i :. of the affair. Newcomb as cohostesa.K Individual lace covered tables were The bride's only attendent was Lake City attended church here Green

, I.,' I uaed for the punch bowl, a gift her sister Miss Ixirlne Lee, who Sunday and were dinner guests CUSTOMER RELATIONSDEPT.
' 1 table and the cake table. The wore aqua, crepe with a Picardy of Mr. and Mrs B. M. MrRae. CABBAGE Ib. _
t, guest book was kept by the glameina corsage. Mr. and Mrs Nell Clemmentsof A&P Food Stores _
honoree's aunt Mrs. Jack Edwards. A program of nuptial music Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. Leon- 420 Lexington Ave.,
: H' PORTRAIT STUDIO Little Mills Sylvia Paulk, slater of:I was presented by Mr. Lloyd Greenat ard Milton and daughter of Au- New York n, N. Y.
Faye, who was charming In an the piano.Following burndale were guests here Satur- FRYERS
q Lb. 5 JI
, "Alice In Wonderland frock was .
: Hallmark the wedding day.Mrs. ,
i I Greeting Cards.l- y In charge of the gift table.Several tion was a recep A. F Hall and children returned -
given at the home of the
games were played dur bride's parents.Mr. to, their home in Jacksonville
4 ",...11.. and. Ca-ern. ing the evening and prizes were and Mrs. Brooks after upending a few days
c.enlrerelal FilmXV.trhr won by Carl Lamar Johns, Jerry will make with relatives here.'
r."C".ph I Lawson and 'Shirley Carpenter. In Jacksonville Miss Shirley McRae Is spendingthis
I : Door prizes were won by Marcia week In Lake City as guest of HAMS Dressed and Drawn
q..uh. r wy 1t WEl HS ......... Kay } azen and Jimmy Rowe. Stump Family her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. .

r..... 1"1." ,...... '' Fratslea The asnlntant hoiitesses .who Has Houseparty -*" Carl Dobbs ?_... j .
were presented with a gladioli
corsage by the hostess were: Mra. And Reunion <.- '. might take a few more pianos tc HENS
)M W. tall' (t. '- "\ are, Flt a. J** PhoneRoftCoe :283: Jack Edward, Mra, Hogan Smith tune HALF or WHOLE
Mrs. Jack Underbill and here W. The Fred P. Stump family were'! Mr Strickland la gathering hit

Buiiington, Photographer & Owner It I IROBBINS' O. Butler of Jacksonville. hosts last week at a house party corn this week and it really is nice
and family reunion at their rented
tte are glad to lIay.Ve are ales 10.14
cottage on Klngsley Lake, 1)
Miss Lappe Weds having nice weather for this work 57C
The Stumps had. as their IfUl'SII'' Our Training Union was short Lb. Avg. LB. LB.67C
Carl B. FillyawAt nil week Mr. and Mrs L. E. Harris I Sunday night due to the heavy:

t Folkston of Hyattsvllle, Md., Mrs. E. L.Veav..r rain Just before time to begin, bul
\ of Stannton Va.. and Mr. the few Juniors who did come
and Mrs. W. H. Thomson and chil- I
out surely did fine the Sword
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lappe of on
dren of Montlcello It was the Swift's Premium Skinless All Meat
Gainesville. formerly of Starke I Drill practice. I have been wanting : _
announce the of theft time In forty years that Mr. i to get to this drill for some
I daughter, Alice marriage to Carl B. and his. two sinters, Mrs. Stump' time, so we decided that Sunday
CLOSING OUT the BALANCE Of I son of \V E. Fillyaw and the late and Mr.. Weaver, had been together night was as good time as any tc FRANKS Ib. Cello 5 5A 55
Mrs. Fillyaw of Lake Butler at one time, I I begin In fact .we put In the whole
The Stumps took their guests to I time practicing the Sword Drill
The marriage was solemnized atFolketon I
the Stephen Foster ]Memorial, Bok We haven't exactly mastered \II
SummerDresses Oa. In the' home of Rev.
; Miller.A Tower'! Marlneland, Silver Springs yet but we will. & P Own Fresh Sliced Sugar Cured Allgood Brand
and other points of Interest In While I'm on the subject ot
.;. ) .. dinner was given in their Florida during their visit here' church workI wonder If my
r honor at the Hotel Thomas In face is red? In July I announcedthat Breakfast
its Gainesville, and the reception war Stork Shower Given we would have services at Bacon lb. 49A
I held at the home of Mrs. Opal I Padgett Church the fifth Sundayin

I REGARDLESS; OF. PRICE Townsend. ulster of the bridegroom For Mrs. Mitchell : October. A few days ago one ol ,
1 In Lake Butler. '
the little Gremlins started'
The young couple will reside at At ParsonageMrs. I saying good to me "Is there a 5th & P Hearty and OUR OWN TEA
at Ft. Sill, Okla. where Mr. Fillyaw Thomas O. Mltcheil was Sunday In October?" Imagine my Vigorous ---
la stationed with the U S. Army. surprise when I looked at the
the held honoree Tuesday.at a lovely afternoon' baby at shower the calendar and found the fifth Sunday 4 Oz. Pkg. 8 Oz 16 OZ.ZS

Junior Club Methodist Parsonage Hotesi| is in September Instead ol Pkge .

To were members of the WSCS with] October. Ot course this Is fat
MondayMonday Mr. J. L, Anderson In charge of enough in advance so that nc 45 89
$3.00All affairs. : plans have been made yet, s<
evening( at 8 o'clock the
maybe no harm has been done
Junior Woman's Club will hold 1U Attractive bouquet. of summer FANCY SHORT GRAIN RICE
other than my face getting redder
regular monthly meeting In the flowers were used to decorate the I
Club House home for the occasion. The refreshment than usual. 4 25c
pkg. 8
pkg. 45c 16 pkg'8
The music program will be under table was overlaid witha pz. oz. oz.
the chairmanship of Mr. Arch lace cloth featuring a center'!
Thomas Jr. Carl Roberts BHS piece of multi-colored &8ters.Mrs. D W'"

band leader will present an interacting Mitchell was the recipientof ea Ar e. IONA BRAND ENRICHED FLOUR
musical program with instrumental many lovely and uSt'ful. gift.including STARKE FL':.'

Ladie8" All Summer demonstrations.Hostesses for the evening. are Assisting( a Mrs.baby Anderson crib. In care Fri. 5 Lb. Bag 10 Lb. Bag 25 III

Mr. N. B. Rosier Jr., chairman.Mrs. Ing for the 50 guests were Misses Sat. Aug./ 31, Sept.l
Leon Moorer. Mrs. Bill Mc- DOUBLE FEATURE 35c
Ann Creamer Florence Brown and 67c
SKIRTS Rae Mra. Ned Yan y. Mrs. H. B. Jeanette McLendon.' GHOST CHASERSAND $1.59
Ingram. Jr., Mr. Mural Gardner

SANDALS and Mrs. T. O. Mitchell. :" FAB, Ige. pkg. 15c
of Price
Regardless: Arizona With 134-' Colgate Coupon
Regardless of ]'rice Woman's Club LONG BRANCHBy Territory
\\llll. Whip W'11-ton and Andy \
49SUMMER Executive BoardThe 1\lra. J. L. Strickland ('I)dAim AJAX, 2 cans 18c "Aaf I'

1 SKHUL: ell: CARTOON With Your 6c Colgate Coupon Get Hils. "..fery-...l8." \ *t/ *"
Executive Board of the 1- Modern Swedish DetJgrt. >
i" Stark Woman's Club will meet 1 | Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Belt, my par I ,,
: ...,. Thursday afternoon. Sept. 6 at t ants, celebrated their Alst wedding Sun., :Mon. Tues. SUPER-SUDS, 2 Ige. pkg. 50cI CUT GLASS TUMBLER fUrv.
.m\ ') Sept. 2, 3, 4 .
3:30: o'clock In the club house. Thefirst anniversary August 13 With Your lOr Colgate Coupon ( !_ a.rl (-
fall meeting of the Club will 11 I Mother Is In poor health, therefore HOWARD HAWK'S b
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1f :1J! be held the following Wednesday. we thought It best not to announce WITH 20
Sept. 12. this anniversary and have The THINGFrom Strained
119 guests In for fear this would make Baby Food lOc OUR OWN TEA BAGS

r"r)f ( II r St. Mark's Auxiliary i I| her her health.more nervous>- and be against Alto LateM Another News. and World'artoon DIAL SOAP Ige. bar 17c i ........ .. .... ....

The Auxiliary of St. Mark's,I George Kress from Penney 8 07. CAN ALLPLANTERS 4

Epl.' pal Church will hold Its worked Farm.' came Monday morning and Wed.. Thur. Aug. 5. 6 I PEANUTS FOR 25c FOR 98t
.... monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon on our piano. It aoundf 34c OILY
much better but you can't make DOUBLE FEATURE _
at 3:30 o'clock in the Parish
EXTRA SPECIAL ,. a new one out of an old one. He 1 i-n. CAISPRY
Fri. Sat. ONLYLadies' House Miss Clara Lehman a returned
-- has been at Penney Farm. for ale
missionary from India will HE'S MY GUYWith SHORTENING 35c REGILAR BARLIFEBUOY o.HLC
present the program. Mrs. O. L moat a year, supposed to be retired <
Beatley will serve as hosttss for but like so many of the rest 1 QT.. 14 OZ. CAN SOAP, ..:---
I the afternoon of UA just can't be content with. I Dirk Foran ell: Irene

NYLON 89cHOSE. out working some. Well he can Harvey ORANGE ADE 26c CUT-RITE. waxed paper Z
B'HELE tune pianos anyway. While he
was here working on our plane EVERYBODY'SDANCING LUX SOAP FLAKES
A bake sale featuring cakes I our mail man came to the house 30c

and pies, will be held Saturday to see If he could or would tune 14 OZ. CANBAB0 .A & P Food Store
morning commencing at 10 | his piano too. but Mr. Kress told!
o'clock. In front of the Bradford that he I Starring Spade! 01"7" and file CLEANSER
i I Sidney la going north ir 12c fa
Slightly Irregular Hardware Co Sponsors of the ; a few days to see relatives before'! I Rand Also. .tax News The Great Atlantic and l'ac|2.cl J ea

sale are the members of St. Mark's cold weather gets here and wil' RINSO I large E.tlr* C.Bt**.* c..rrwII' ;
': -. .. pkg. 30c Call St
Auxiliary be back the first of October then - 300 East

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-- --"- McGriff I".I'h\: ;:: New York: May II. A |I' l'il' l>,..B. rlpl lull
Hear that *
Mrs ]J ,1 Pnhmi( and son Mind Mis Ft L; Zrlslvr and Mikey Browning Lions rel>y notified filediKalnM tof Troperti :N'y; i'f 'l."t 241. IndltnReach.

-I 1 Flank' anti Miss I Haztl Phillips, (daughter. Judy I of Pensii,'ula vl., ,trdMr 1! Discuss Puerto Rico I i -'"''t for' vou:Dlvorc In the haa above been named "Neitlonx, 1 r.. .incl, ;III. Township
II Places FourthIn '' '' ,Sant t Name in
R ( < South '' 11'' --
and roquir-
Mr. am
diiiMMis: Ddhmt'i M mother.. Mrn :Ztlslfii o-ter, i iuit t t Mint caua situ
which .AHHCMKII! U .1 I 1.lnn.
II I i l'\ii: Allen, home tn Grayling? Dumpier on Mundn>'. Mr Zett. Air Races i .TV Starke Lions Club enjoyed I)'I ..d r l olindinar inKiiioa. to copy the complaint o( your anawor on the<< Certificate* NCI 1J7 Year of, I*"uanoe. -
"i 31, A.r l>. l I-'JX' iie"> i Iptmn
Muh. the pastMek.. I ntinning this. |1..1'i former chief of police Ha t linui'i featuring roast. beef at I.n 1'lalntirr mil urn.. Hlal'k Attorney.'. Florida, T and Frnnk file o( Property 14''. ,,' l.n 2s. Indiunlleavh.

weekend Gainesville tll an FBI agent U-i regular meetingVednesday :", 'tin miitlnnl" In the office of the' Jtoctlona' :Ill arid .'11. TownHhlpI

HENS I )Mrs( W. J. Epperson Jr. and tlonod at }'...nsllcola.Dr. i :ht The dinner was under the I! I'leik. of the Circuit Court. on or be-I, which Mouth' Asaeas.d, .Han. *.": Norman 22 EMM A.NIMH Faulkner 111-
I and fore the let day of October :
W. Kaufman I
daughter, Sally Ann spent Sunday I and direction of Senator Charley : othorwlMw. the allegations nf aalfl .

II ; and Monday visiting Mra. Epper I Isun's Mrs. "R. S. Fernandez returnedThursday Johns Cat! John, Hilly Jackson Complaint' will bd taken. aa con i if.eeed All "f ".li1 properly Slate i-lnir nf. In Florl-, 'the
of liradford"
\y parentMr.. and Mrs. R. L,. of last week from a I and Harry Got I berg.G .10)' you.Thin .
of .Irs. W B. Muriel and daughter notice hall b* publishedonco
1 tn, Miles Moody y Kichnrd in Jacksonville. \ Miaa three weeks': motor trip to Corn i J McGriff gave a brief talkon each. week for four conaecntlv t'nlean "",'h certificate certlflcaten -
a Mr. Clar-Jean Mrs, Guy Sale and .shall b. redeemed. according
of New England: weeks In the lirndfoid County 1'.1.-
,,ra guests Mary Sue Epperson:: wag the overnight Ing. Pa. and In the J his and Mrs Mc-Grlffa recent 'to law the property deacrlbd In
daughter. Linda anti Mrs. J. 11 If"hI'd
Ki tliU week. guest Sunday of MillS Mary States where they visited relativesand trip to Sun Juan Puerto Rico thin. 2Hh! day. of August, uch certificate or certiflnatea wl'lbo ''
E M. Davis were Sapp left last Friday for a Ion- Fair: Turner were sightseeing.Among t r 1 whlcJi was won with a superior 1051. .Hold, to the hldheat: bidder af theCourt
and Tuese day vacation in the Smoke y 'lOKFiriU. SKAT.) A. J. Thomas, llnuad door on the first Mon
I 9 1IIutd.l1 Mrs. W. E. Middletmi and her the out-of-town jruestf ( sales record on G-E! appliances Clerk of the Circuit Court. day In the month of
Mountains, N C. son and daughter-in-law Mr. and. here for the Mitchell-Crews wedding I FollowingMcGriff, the attendanceand Hy Myrtle T. Heaver, penutv Clerk which la the lat day of October t 5l.Hated .
Sr. and son, I :Mr. and Mrs. L. C5. Goldsmithand friends here 1131! 4t .|lt this 2Slh pay ot AUKliat
evath '' Mrs Earl Mlddklon ut Jtckicw and also visiting ] membership committees reported It'llIIFFICIAr.

d! Saturday from aLit three Sons. Warner Robins, vlllo left Thursday to spend several for several days are Mrs. E. O. \ on the current drive to get >riCM. TO APPRtll ( WAt.) A J. Thomas,
Ga. were guests Ian week of Mr. '' .... Circuit Court of Bradford
with Mrs. PreBjtr of Mr. and Mrs. In Circuit .t. llraitfortl roust, Clerk of
days In Charlotte, N. C. Man ker Tampa old members back at the meetings Klorlitnl In Cknae.ry.norald County, Florida
5 [ anil Mrs. Hardy : and Mrs. E. F. Miles. I'or PnHtiirc. -Italian; Rye firaaa. Frank Carter of Clearwater and and the proposed addition of IC It. Hart Plaintiff. vs, 1131 ft 9121

anvllle.to.. I Mr. and Mrs C. N. Christy ofj! IVn..ax-olu llHhalhlt Dou-h George McMaster of Tampa. Mrs new members to the club. Kvalyn. Clarke Hart t>ef ndant.C'a -
> '
o No. 8 33Notle OK Pr IIC 'TIOMKOIt '
was the guest of Augusta, Ga were weekend gvegts'' Cloter s....". M-trunk'H.! 0. C. Livingston of Tampa. who To Appear.Tn -\OTICM T \ I>..:.-:..

'. aunt, Judge and of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns and) Mrs Martha Smith and daughter. has spent severalweeks with Mrs. : Evelyn Clark Start whose I NOTtCUl 1 IM HKHKrCY OIVKV
I her In Clrrult c.......... llrmlfnril t'.ua'Y, residence' la- 1..w..en..evltltl.. That .F. M. Ptickham the holder of
rrell In Tallahassee family Diana have returned from A. A. Durden returned to I fr-lnrlilni In t hnnrrrr.llowmnn .''nh\. the following certlflc-atea has filed

t h Thursday of last I I Mrs. Ruby Johns spent Tuesday I| Shub tale, Miss where they spent home today. It. Malley. IMalnllff t vs.I Ton nro hereby notified that' a laaiiod theron. The c...rtlflc-it.. Num-
II II, I OH* H, IIn l laY, Dcfemlant.I nlt for Plvnrce. continuation of Meld certificates for a tax deed tn bebera
[ the Mr. and Mrs. 1. P. Shepherd I
l I'i and Wednesday of last week In I I past month visitingMrs.. F I .__-._._._._. .Xn.Order ,. RR31 alimony and support money, eta, and Years of laauanc the d.-
T J, Griffin were Tampa visiting: Mr*. R. M. Griffin Smith's' mother Mrs. Tony and I of Newnan OH. win arrive Tiles- x O( I'ulillrnllnn/ And '0." "."... To has been filed against, you In the >i'rlpl' Ion of the property. and ttnanten ,.

Tuesday visiting and Mrs W W Underhill in where Mrs. Smith also attended a day to spent two weeks with the .tNPculttla r !XI'VIH IK KIOIIIIIV 'Iwi above named Court to and catin andyou its which 'It was assessed are
a are required carve a ropy
Mr,. C C. Men. St. Petersburg. Mrs. Underhill returned bl'ush-up course In kindergarlrr 1. P. Shepherds the C. C. Shepherds .1 Miss Mikey Browning Keystone address H; liiilliy I IN: lit whose N, Lang r'; 1il Mt ne. ttall-,anti of your answer or pleading tn I the aa Certlflc-at follows: No. mi. Year of Is.
'! work. and the G. E. Millers. I Airpark in fourthplace complaint. nn the Plaintiff Attorney ... neacrlp-.
patient in St. Vin- with Mrs. Johns for a short I came bury N. t:. elect. ",. Turner, inns nrahiimIMIIdlnir nuance Jun. 1. A. 1143.
visit. Mr, and Mrs. Lex Green will return Mrs. P. E. Stone. Miss Maml In the All-Women's Orlandoto You are required' to appear' onUelnher .. .Tackannvlllci, Florida. and lion nf Prol'''''')'. Blk. Addition 13. less Lots toKtarke

today from Longhorn Pa.. Anderson and Mrs. G. L. Thomai Windsor. Canada Air Race ( 1. 19ni In th. nhovo named. file the irlrlnnl' In the office of theClerk 9 I" and ,, "Section 10, Temple's IN Township' A South
Court and wherein .
''ause, plaintiff of
the Clrrult Court
I where they entered their son. of Archer were SundAY afternoon The navigation precision in the .seeks dlvnree llrnilford CountyTvlrirrnph before .the let day of October, on 19111 or: Knnire. 22 Kaot. Name In which Aaeaaed' ,%-

Mike in a school there. The< visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E M.. Women' International Air Rare shall pittiliHh this' Order, otherwise' the alleirallnna nf aald : Unknown. .
'In next four weekly Innlleii. Complaint' will b* taken aa confenned Certificate No IS/. Year of Instance -
'Greens were accompanied home 03 DavM. was "o close that there was only Wltnvmi lilY hand. Rod nfrielnt by you June I. A H. IH41 Peacrlptlonof .

I Charles Harris and son, Jerry, of: Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel amchildren 10 minutes' difference between seal at Htark, Florida thin August Thin notice *ha11 ho rmMtnttecYnne Property Lots 8, 5, 10. It, Addition 12.1H
moved Into first and fourth place Miss Margurlle 28, HIM nach tyoeV for tour fonoeetflyewneka 11. IS. of Illk. 14. Temple-n
I Washington D. C. of Zcphryhtlls lOKKH'IAI. "HTJAt A. J Thnnmx.\ |In the Bradford. County T..1onated to Prark*. "Section 8S, Township -
Dr. and Mrs H B. McLrndoiof one of Mrs. Klncald's apartment! Carson of Ottawa Canada. An Clerk of Maid I'nurt *""..h fl Mouth flange. 13 Kant. 'Nam*

Dedicated To Community Service I Orlando Walnut street Monday. ThDankel < placed first. ITV: Myrtle. T. Heaver, nepiilv Clerk thin SOth day of August. In whlc-h AMaenaed, ITnknownCertificate .
arrivedVe.ln..a.lay to on
of Inaupnco
chap It uses, 2CH-OB Utiaranlv' Life IfllllfOFflCt'r.( Vo 20 Year -
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" spend the long weekend with Mi", *. were guests of the J. M. MiSH Drowning flying: as copilot llulldlnir. Jnc-kiionvlll J, KJorldn.Attya. ) I I>1AT,> A. T Thnm.s .Titno t, n l 154t1( Heacrlptlon

MiLendon'a Mr. and Mrs Vlckers last week Mr. Dankel Is and navigator with Mrs. fnr Plf. 8.M| 41 9SI| cev| ft the Cieenlf CntirtTTv of Pmnertv NWI4 of NKV, Section
parents : Myrtla. T. Heaver, H"tv Cie.v H. Townahln 7 Mouth.' Ttana 21 Flaa
pt. l -- ONLY Tues. Wed E. S. Matthews. Their daughter, employed with Hercules Powder; Helen ]McBride of AIH.pka.1H(1! In. Irrnlt ('.,..... llrnilforil r..nn *!.1t 4t lift 4(1 Aerea, Nam In which Assessed:
FEATURE Sept 4,5 Miss Jeanette McLendon? who has the personal. ship of Wally Sehanx, Inrlilni In ('hnnrerr.Pnrla A, M. Carlton.Cerlltteate .

IUY RuGtKS spent the past month with her Co.Mr.. and Mrs. John Mixon movedon State Aviation Director, Tallahassee I M, Pefondant..laeolin. Plaintiff,. ".. TluckJaeoha o'rlr",, oM ,rrl..r 'T.n" No 31 Year of Inattanco -
Jun. 1. A H IMA. Peaerlptlon
trill 1'\\ IIKKI1NOTICR '
..Sw t .nTRIGGER WAfi Dl! the WILDCATS grandparents will return to Or- the 19th from one of Noliman'sapartments Case Nrt Unit l'l IIRRFHY: fllVRV. of Prnnertv. TxiflT, -Woodlawn' "Men.
Orlando at Order or Publication Ind hotter Toannme
All contestants left Range
to the Davis garage tlnn 11. Townahlp It South
lando with ,
her parents. 1 ,'r''1', or KI.OHIIlt s'... That T. J. Alderman the holder of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal with apartment corner of Tenth and 8:30 a m. Aug. ID, arriving at llnek, arnbe.. whose renldtnee/ and .the fullowlnir. certificates. has filed 23 Rant ,1n H Aerea.M AVoodrtl'f Name In whichApwenned'
vrm 9n Windsor. In the Idte afternoon of address. In: 1'nknnwn: nald eertlflc-atea for a tax deed to
being I" the
1 w.en : their sons Tommy and Davis Mrs. Temple Avenue. You ho (nailed. thereon The eerllfleRt. All of said properly
are required to
T. L.. Casey and Miss Judy Casey] "Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oakes the same day. I. KB). In the shove appear named Vumhera and Yeara of faauanc.*. the County.. of Tiradfnrd, 8lat of Florida.

have had as their guests the past After the festivities! planned for l-niirf unit en tine, wherein plaintiff' description of the property, and thananten 1
I spent Sunday at Daytona u.."" divorce nrndford Coimlv In which It wan aaaeaaed art Sinless aneri rerllflcaf nr crtlflcatea -
; 5-S Sheriff' and Mrs. P. D. Reddish two weeks Miss Elizabeth Oakes the contestants at Windsor they Telegraph' shall nuMlnti thin OrderIn aa follow: nhnll lie redeemed acrnrdlnoto '

4tiD Mrs. Drew Reddish and Mr. and and Miss Margaret Jones of Nashville flew to Mackinaw Island to be newt four weekly IxKiiexrltn Certlfleal' No 111. Year nf IHKIIaneo law the property eertlflcateawill deacrlbed. ">
entertained before, starting on >; .... niv hand and official' ,Inn 1, An. 19te. Heaerlntlnnof mioh certificate. ne
Mrs. L. L. Conner were in Miami Tenn. They returned home k,.al .t Ntartco' r-lorlila'' this August Property, Tot S4. Indian' Tlearh, ho sold to the hlarhent, Mdiler at. the t tcourt
"Jltnej, Jangle JnnKl>> Car- their homeward the first Mnn1ev -
from Wednesday to Saturday on Thursday. J urney. B** 1R1rnpPliIAT.. fertlcin in and Aft Township A Honth.Itanire ITnuao door on *
l nl.
Seaman 3 and Mrs Ma "R T.> A .T. Thomas. f? Fiinf Name. In which Aa.aeaaeil' In the month nf Octohr
business an-1 visiting relatives.Mr. e Wayne In the I..' dev nf October IHIH.
tcxm and Latent Nrun 4. flerk-. 0' paid Court- J, A. Vila toe.Certificate which
I and Mrs Frank Martin and dill will return Saturday after Mrs. Earl Johnson and two r: h "jr.Pin.:: nv Deputy Clerk No. 14. Year of l..miani'e Hated this Uth Hay of Augusta

daughter June of Jacksonvllli spending 15 days' leave with relatives returned to their home In M..u..r.1 I'hs! n : .- n.m-nntw TJfePotdine May. HI, A n. 1047. Denrrlptlonof 1111!, '
SEAL) A. J. Thomaa.
I Beach of In Oklahoma.Mrs. Ga. Thursday. after a month atKlngsley ,, ",.... fur .Tm-kiionvlllo Tlf J, T'lnrlda. Properly HF.14' nf tlw. Section (OFFICIAL Court of Hradford
to CIN1COtORr were overnight guests RI.1t| | (PI"! 1>. 'I'own..hlp. I Mouth,' clangs a6 Clerk of Circuit
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. 1'lckerlng ton Leon Moorer and Mrs. Lake. hast0: Acres. Naina, In which A.. County Florida
Thur. Fri. 6 7 fI 1121
Sept 1 : 1\31\
Monday. Mural Gardner and their children Mrs. Janie Avery spent the In ('beat'snrh. llrnilforil f Kiinlr, aeaMedi I I Hurl. Ireen.
Klorlilm. In .
'5*..ten. ,ns.nm rrl.r.n. 1 I Mrs. Charles I'ickhardt o f spent the weekend at the J. W. weekend at Daytona Beach. '' II Hklrv.n. 1'11I1"II't. vs. Fern

Andrews' home on Klngsley Lake 1 "Hklrven p"t..n lnnt.
Miami Is upending this week with 1'1. <
Hill Bunny" Car- Mrs. W. F. Godwin. Mrs. W. J. Casa. Nil. RA10Order
her sister Mrs. A D. Martin. Mrs Word has been received from
Of I'lihllenllon US FOR
dar Patrol vs. Spy Chandler and Henry Godwin were *n.l Haute lo4pnrar SEE
f Pickhardt and Mrs. Martin have the W. H. Nollmans that they had "T"'1'1 ()t' Kl.f>ltlllTo!
r In Jacksonville Sunday to :xneof Fern 1.. Rklrven whnao renldemand -*
been in Jacksonville every day] just left Seattle Wash and are Mrs Henry Godwin who hail .n.l.lre.R. I.! |1t//2/ H. Alfred Ht.
a this week visiting their brother driving to Montana to visit. Mr.Nollman' Apr 111 J 11.1. Alexander. "I..lnlll'V..U ALL SIZES
Sept. 2 .1 af IOClO"tl flown In from a week's vacationIn are .
Leslie C. Drown In St. Vincent'// sinter required to appear on
Kllgnre, Texas. The familyvisited rvtohnr 1. insi. In the. above named
Hospital. Me Is 111. Mrs. O. L. Linsln and heihouseguests. Court and
seriously 'suse' wherein plaintiffeek
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. K. Tyus and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. ( dlvoree' llrudford Cnnntv Sidewall Tires
rwe hr / 1 1 t Henry Talley while In Jackson I'eicgrnph. shall nuMlnh Itilx. inder White
dos! sons spent lust week with relatives) Hayes and Robert Taylor visited ville. I I In next four. weekly laauea. .

in Peuxacola and Panama City. the Stephen Foster Memorial and Witness my hand. and offlelal'

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews returned the Oriental Gardens last week. I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of p.o 25,.,1 1Ul.to".IcoIA'at S'"Pk. 1"IIIr"'a." this August ,

last week from Houston Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Jr. Lake Butler enjoyed a weiner roast ( RRAM A. .T. Thomaa.nv .

Texas where they attended a short and Miss Nora Lee Prevatt of with the N. B. Rosters In the A a Pe'a'y'e'r' n' saId. ('n"..'.

ee MARIA LOHLN LEE J COO course In motel management at Starke and Mr. and Mrs DonaldC. Roster's yard, Saturday eV..lllng.1: 'hns MyrtM R./ "*T"".. M-nl1, nuaranty P.p"I" clerk T.lf., .

.,,Og Erelll9aw.fMxeear.fe.M.t.' kvw the University of Houston for a RU>k of Gainesville and Maxie Mrs. Rosier. and daughter, Linda niilldlnaJaeknonvllla' I, Florida. PURE SERVICE STORE
lT : : ; : ..::I Atlya, for Pit
I RUNHIMS HAMS. .aoe' i. d "w w ere. .. Wainwright of Penney Farm tspent several days last week with H3I] 1 4t 02ITo |
ew .bf MUD* HrtMl A scow MOOUCIION rsc 1r 1 r
; MOUIIOIDIPlus ......w WIIllfIODI week.Mr.. and Mrs Proctor Snow of spent Sunday at St. Augustine. the Johnses In Lake Butler I vnT/rte T1ArnMAlf I
,. 189
I'" rf.roi races. ar.dfar4 ", ...
Dublin. Ga. will be the Labor Day Radar Seaman John P. "Pat" Mr. and I Mrs. J. D. Seymour an,11\I Plnrlda. .n CO"......... .s

"Slip t'p Scmw Rednkln weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Casey of the Destroyer Escort< nons, spent Sunday at Jacksonville (L.Anna. mcnnls'Pinlntlff... 'P".nlnn' v.. fI..m".In..nnl. OPEN 5 A.M. 'TIIX 11 P.M.

L. D. Vlnlng. BaBllone In Norfolk Va., Is spending Beach.Mrs. .

; Cartoon, "Circus on the Campus \frll. Grace Ashton of Miami In a 20-day leave with his parents T. G. Carter of Providencewas I,: .,..... wa Aww.ae Cnse No 502 St. ItoadM loll and 200 \ Starke, Fla.lpjqk1LQw7Let1n4
I ; Bnmii.l t ...
n C.ofH.b3 Cartoon nnn. wh'o. r
Short, and "Arrow .\rll-try visiting her sister Mrs. H. K. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey the guest. of her sister Mrs. ( neneo and nddreis'i | ) |7Tv( st '

ray Tyus this week. I Mr. and Mrs S. L. Peek Jr, J. H. Fields several days last !I' .- -
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Mr. and Mrs Stanley Noegel and moved Into the Thomas house week. Mr. Carter called for Mrs.

children, Larry and Sharon, spent I formerly ocrtiplod by the Roy Carter Sunday 1

'the weekend In Miami with Mr. Wards last weekend. I

and Mrs. Ira Parrott. I Mrs. Ruby Kennedy and Billy Dampier was the guest nl:
Ihe Harold Miles family Brooklyn
MAGIC Mrs Joe Sanders and family daughter Sue. of Crystal River Lake over the weekend at :

of ValdoHta Ga. were weekend : visited her slater Mrs Floyd Green
Mrs. F. \V. Varnadoe and laughter
( -
guests of Mr. and Mrs Jesse New- and family and her aunts, Mrs I i i"I ,
Mary Lu. of Palatka thiweekend
some and family. lAra Moitt and Mrs. Ella Johns

CONTROL Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddlah of over the weekend I:I: brothers, W with P, Mrs Smith Varnadoe'iI and Eld TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS I

Webster Italian Rye Grass Seed! $12.50: I
were. visiting their{ uncle ridge Smith.
and aunt Mr and Mrs. per 100 pound Hlntntnli's.
A. fJt I
1 extra convenience and economy to the Kinney several days last week.MC.I I Mr. and Mrs. George Bunch returned I''' Mrs. B. Cohen and son Merrll Throughout Bradford and Surrounding Counties ;

clean to their home in HalneaCity I of Aberdeen Md. arrived! Monday j
dependable operation new Mr and Mrs. J. P. Stevens, Jr.! 1
Tuesday after spending the I morning for a two weeks' vlsil i j
of Chattanooga Tenn. IIp..nt'
summer at Banner Elk N. C. They I,| with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley An.dr..w. That
several days last week with Mr.
spent Monday night with Mr. and .. The Andrews' son, Ronald! .
and Mrs. Ned Tan'cey
Mrs. Guy Andrew who has spent the summer workIng -
Miss Evelyn Newsome had asher Mrs. E. M. Rooks and granddaughters ; In Aberdeen returned with the We Will Be At Home In Our New Building .J

Sunday guests MIss Jean Cohens, and will back
Lora and Sandra Rooksof go to college -
Sanders and Edward Kent of Valdosta at U. of F, this fall. j
Gainesville are spending several
Ga. At The Corner of Call and Water Streets

days with Mrs. I. N. Breazenleat Elizabeth Ann Prevatt spent the
Mr. and Mrs Tom Hnrdinit and I Klngsley Lake.
weekend with her brotherinlawand
son. Tommy returned Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Buren Brown and
sinter, Mr and Mrs. Donald
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC lust week from a six-week trip son. Tommy and J. 1)). Johnson of' C. Rick In Gainesville SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1ST
and vacation In th.. Smokey Plant
I City spent the early part
tams, N. C. Their daughter Mr. and Mrs. A T. Montgomeryand ,
of the week
Moun-I, with Mr. and Mrs.
fer Heaters June Harrtlng of Atlanta Alton Dobbs. three children have returnedto

the trip with them. their home In Griffin Ga. aft
Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines and
Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlnngha4 I er spending most of the summer
family were In Orlando from Monday
11 their Saturday gusts Frank to with the Montgomery, returned TO EVERY HOUSEWIFEWho
Wednesday visiting Rev.
Herlong and Dr. Adams of Jack. to her home here In Starke FREE
Haines' '
mother Mrs. B. F. Halnes. with them

lonvllle.. The Herlongs also had Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining returned t Visits Our New Store On
Sunday Mrs. Herlonp's Mr.
ts guests and Mrs. Arthur Louden
Sunday from Boone
N. C.
Siz.. ... all "'d. ion and daughter-in-law Mr. and where they had been and family recently moved Into

..... .. Ufl. r. .. ploael55 9iuii.t Mrs J. M. Wiggins of Jackson. two weeks vacationingfor the Mundorff home corner of y ,1I 41\ September 1st.
eftMagic vole Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and ,1, Christian and Pratt streets. I ., #

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker family returned home Sunday after I! Mia Manes Dodd has enrolledIn

Circle visited Mr. Parker's mother Mrs.L.ettle spending two week at Crystal the Massey Business College In r ONE POUND PACKAGEof

) Parker In Jacksonville Sun- Lake. ;: Jacksonville

Mrs. 8. E. Reyes. Jr. and lIJn.
day.Mr. Michael Gilhooly returned home
Heat and Mrs. J. W. Ritch and Steve! of Jacksonville were visit
Sunday from two weeks oT Army
sun Franklin Mrs. Shirley Pollet ing Mm. Reyes parents, Mr and VIGORO I
pess.rh.dCairad'tU.h9 I Reserve training at Fort Jackson
Mrs. J. s.
\ and Maurice Wingate spent Sunday Sapp Sunday.
,R. C. Dr. A. T. Covlngton/ who |
iII I at St. Augustine Beach. 1111 Mrs. R. V. Turner has moved to
ilso training at Fort Jackson ,
Mlns Minnie Bessent was hostess Jacksonville where she Is working .

,I to the canasta club Tuesday evening return. and home Mrs.this Sunday.Mr. L. E. Newcomband Mrs.In the Shade Gas Co. office. We cordially invite you to come by and inspect our new home.'e\

Turner will spend the weekends -

SET MAGIC CONTROL ON I I! Mr.Mrs.and Carrie Mrs L.Smith C. Smith of Bushnrll of Jack- day guests family of of the Orlando Q. S. Newcombs.were Sun- Andersons.with. her family the Sam feel that we will be better able to serve our customers in this new

Mrs William Norrls rl'turn..dhome
V.......-for utmost economy l''onvllle and Mrs. Effle Johns spent Miss June Caldwell secretaryIn location.

...hll. you arc '.'r. When you 'SundRY with the F. W. Webb. In Sunday after eleven days'I! the H. C. Wall Agency plans to
treatment In Riverside
return, avoid the laconvtoienc I'Hawthorne. Fly tn Ventura Calif. next week
procedure of reheating a unit Mr. and Mrs. Mike Of
Mrs. W. O. Butler of Ja..kllOn.vl1le to make her home with herbrotherinlaw .
.. i
of cold .I.r. Hm. Clayton Crawford and Mrs
was the overnight guest of and sister. Mr. and
Av.r.-forpi.ntyofhot ; Dock Warren were In Ocala Mon. WE WILL CONTINUE To Carry The Same
Mrs. Dave Paulk last Thursday Mrs. .A. W Anderson Jr.. formf'rrf'.ld.nt. HIGH QUALITY
if. Set it .
water for everyday oee< d.'
Lee Conway returned .
Miss Mary of Stark Mra. T A.
a once,then forget it. You always Mary Beth Lane of Jacksonville" .
have of hot wafer on home after spending a I Yawn Jr. will replace her sister
plenty tap baa been 'wlth PURINA
.taylng her
automatically! reek" << In Jacksonville with the grandmother 'in the Wall Agency. :
I Mrs. Bertha Pearre |! H
Man Ires. th" .
Fred Mrs.
Daisy returned
Ixtra Ht-for unuiually great and put ten days while Mrs. Pearretas Perryman tLiJere'W
hot-water r.quirem.au-dur. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Lappe been Ill. 'home Thursday after spending the Toue< FEEDS .
tag spring cieaniaR.for .11. .daughter of St. Louis Mo. are ''I summer In Blackshear. Ga. and
this"extra hot" the Robert Lappea of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr.
ampl. Temper visiting( I In South Carolina with friends and
water with cold and get extra J JplJo. Starke and the Harry Lappes of and son Larry of Mnnsoit and relatives''.
.. of hot water from ihe Mr. and Mrs. 'R. J. Davis spent
lalnesvllle. REFRESHMENTS
Mrs Wilma Dockstader and son SEPTEMBER 1ST.
size tank.
same Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green and Sunday visiting :Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
I, Billy returned last. Friday aft.rp.ndlntr
Irene Boan of Hellbronn stum and Mr. and Mrs F. L.

$116.95 W1333$139.95Table Irs. had as their guests last I fafer, Jr. In Jacksonville Th. the summer with rela-
J prints lives: In N. Y Mrs. Dockitadtr's -
Mr. and Mr*. W. O. Jack Smiths' have extended their visit

( Top) Saturday;eon Mrs.and Harlem family of Smith Charleston and S.the C, .1 I. ''with until Sept.their .10.Judge parents.the. pavs!. I and sister daughter Mr. of Charle.P..c..rllOn Horte-. Sistrunk Feed & Seed Store

and Mrs E. K. heads, N. T. accompanied her to
HI. Perryman
CennedY Franks all of Breese. .
KLER Randolph Crosby of Lake ICity i returned Thursday of lat. week Hark for a week'a visit.
:and Mrs.
ELECTRIC SERVICE : were Thursday night jruesU )II from Bethelehem. Pa where they Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Damplar had Plenty Parking Space at New Location

two weeks with their son I is their recent guest. Mr. and
Effle Johns. I 'pent < Phone 39
f Mrs. I'
222-224 Tempi Ave. On U. S. 301STARKE. ) Mrs. D. L. Silcox spent several ,and family the Emmett Perry- Hr.. P. A. Dampier and Mr. and ,i Fla.]

166 FLA. days last week with Mrs Ralph :man.. and also spent several days Jrs. D. H. Dampier and baby of

;H Cox In Un Oak. 1 i II In Waynesvine. N. C. Jacksonville. I


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J -- .0. -- --------------- I Corine Kelly;; or Jacksonville.Mrs. I I tui: \

. [I I Fl:a left recently for Chattahoo- Calvin Ward and Mrs.Tiny i I The, .

COLUMNIMftureil I 111Sht! will serve "s nurse there HAMPTON LAWTEYL. : SUNNYBROOK : Lovell returned home Sunday from the ,i.' 1 11

;1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I. 'c't' about three montrw BY Mrs. O. E. Crosby: Tampa. They wera accompained BradrAnyjn... 4,
II. Iut hoinis
havei home Mrs. Ward' sister, Mrs. t
Mr and Mrs On Duncan IIy )Mr. :M. C. SI.n..yl'arlY I by I4
i i I <> visiting the Nelsons' for a few Alien Moore who will visit relatives you 'vplease' .. : :
s I returned to their Layleas Illuay Church NewsRev. : for a few days. I .
T+ i aI I '!:IThl'Y Carson of Fort Myeri g | ,
Ar I i home'' In Swarihmorf 1'a TliwdHonoring Mnltlng Mr. and Mrs C. E. Me-: I J. E. Ladd filled his regular Tiny Lou and daughter Mar- day nightBlrthdnj n} 'Ty
her daughter. appointment Sunday. A large Lovell left for
I An left last week this week. garet Monday a
Bill McCreary Swain
Jean, on her 12th birthday anniversary crowd attended both services.Don't visit with Tiny'a folks in Winchester Party ear
a three week visit In New Jersey' Mrs Louise Appleby and children
Thursday. August that are Invitedto Mra0E.r
forget you 111. Sure wish I had time fora ,
there he
and New York From Mrs. R A. Brannen entertained Beverly Ann and Buddy, attend Sunday School every grOUp ''Jf ety( a('
wr vacation. young-
will proceed to 1 Madison Win. tc with a delightful party. Garnet have returned to their home in 10 o'clock and
his work In the University Sunday The kids around Heilbronn justcan't night with nhhy
take up were played out of doors gift I Stuart after spending their sum Union at 730. a ai r
Mine Joyce Brown, former resident were presented and a lovely] mer vacation here with Mra.Appleby' Training wait for school to start so ing her daughter, PIIt1 t

haa been visiting the SI.! candle-lit' cake was later cut and .. mother Mrs. J. E. The annual revival begins at they can try out the newly added her 13th birthday Be\'ertJ, :
Baylesa Hlway Church the third I'classroom and indoor
rest rooms Aboutt
prellea. served to the 21 guests present. Warren. People enjoyed
The Stork brought two new art ]Emily, four year old daughterof Mrs. Margaret Kelly, who has Sunday night -September, Rev. at their school. Heard from one of door games the --! 1
both A. G. Kearns conducting. Everyone the teachers that it is nice.I Were t
rivals' to Keystone Helghu, Mr. and Mrs L. T. Johns was
spent some time herewith her son assisted, ,,
via the Naval Air Station Hos given a tiny tot party at her homeon and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. C welcome. We anticipate a know they are proud for they Crosby and Mr by >1111.'
Mr. and Mra. Lee have a wonderful time.Rev. were really crammed In every corner EuJa l
pital. her birthday anniversary Saturday Kelly, is now visiting relatives in served the
s'v baby boy, name not ascertained; August 23.: A number of New River. Kearns win also preach J last year. punch. Beverly birthday *f
t R arid Com. and Mra. Cole a boySthephen small neighborhood children en- Black Creek Baptist church Sunday Mr. and Mra A. E. Ellis just re- lovely gifts h "H
Mr and Mrs. C. R Shuford, The theme for the
Sept. 2.
Hitch Cole, born on Wednesday joyed the afternoon with her. I
Mrs J S Shuford and son George oi
day will be the "Soon Coming
Aug. 13. Mrs. Cnle'amother
Mrs Hazel Thomas entertainedher
and Miss Vularle' Denmark returned Christ", Everyone Invited to at-
Mrs. RennulH of Witchlta.Kansas ;
School class of Junior
Sunday to their homes here Saturday
4 tend.
Is here and will be with YOUGEi6u90RfFOR
.girls Wednesday afternoon of last
after visiting friends and rei.atlv..s Community Se\ul
her daughter about a month.
1 :week with a picnic at Earleton
in Virginia. Mra. A. L. Driggera Sr., Mrs.
Mrs. Kouncltree, daughter of Ben.,.h. Seven pupils were present
Col. and Mrs. McDowall has returned The Intermediate Class of girls Miss Elizabeth Terry spent the Hylah Dukes and Mrs. Rosie Me-

to her home In Washington, of the Baptist Sunday School entertained weekend in Jacksonville with her Nabb of Lake Butler were visiting YOUR
{ U. C. She was entertained by sister, Mrs. G. VV. Durham. Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Kelly and family MONEY
above Is the awarding of certificate which climaxed the with a picnic party at
Mr. and Mrs. Alva and
Mra. Watson while here with Lake A Cook I Sunday afternoon.
i ltotary-HN| >iiB<>r two tables of bridge. fun was had roasting marshmallows son Charles spent the weekend In Kathryn Kelly Is at home convalescing
:, night. Making the auariN' '' arc Rotary IIII'rlfot l Governor .1. J. Sprur Shreveport, La. with his parents a tonailectomy in When
Miss Dotty Rowland, bridetobe and welners. Mrs Joanne from you buy the ben
i ,>r (,'xtr'left) ; punt Uimrltt governor Leland Illutl, fourth front wan entertained on Tuesday, Hicks is the teacher of this Mr. Cook was called home because I St. Vincent's Hospital last Thurs. ..

i\ left, and Chairman Al '''all"..., third from right. Instnutors for the Aug. 15, ,with a bridal shower oftt class of the death of a brother, 'day

course were supplied l by IMt'A Camp Imniokalre,. through lh- finirtffyof the home of Mrs. E. Altman. There Hampton friends learned with Mrs. R. R. Thede of Jackson I The Floyd Crosbys attended the

i Olds| Illniiant, Jack..(Hivllle>. The program wan conducted l at Key were the usual gamea and con- deep regret! of the passing: of Mra. ville was visiting friends In Lawtey revivaf at Mope Church Saturday GOOO EAR

!4J Mono IMghts trash whenfarllltliH. were donaicil without charge by' teats. The honor guest received Alice Fancher of Jacksonville Sunday afternpon. night. ..

". Bob Wifks. of Keystone I''..n.AuariK many beautiful gifts among them on Monday, August 20. She had Mrs. Mamie Yoder of Lincoln Dolph and .Trudle Crosby oj:I -

,.J 1 I ,several pieces of her chosen china recently visited her sister Mrs. J. ton, N. C. Is visiting the C. R, Lake City were visiting home

} Are GivenIn lk.fcuw'eunctl> )Meeting and crystal. About 25: guests enjoyed F. Johnson and brother J. B. Shuford family. folks Saturday night. Dolph li::1 Super-Cushion Tires

: wlmmlng Course: Col. John McDowell director ol( the occasion. Prevatt of Hampton, MlBs Ann Moore of Jacksonville having some dental work <.lonewhll. 4

Jj.. Civilian Defense in Keystone Miss Rowland was also honoi Mr. and Mrs. Don McMahone returned spent the weekend here with her .. on vacation. ore the BEStl

8y i1J On Friday, Aug. 24, awards were Heights han called a meeting of guest at a surprise shower given to their home after 'a visit parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Fred Mrs. Wm. Crosby and kids wen

y given to theme who haJ completedthe the Council for Tuesday, Sept. 3 by Miss Anne Walrath and Misi to Fort Myers. Mrs. Bessie Bryant I Moore. to Zephyrhills Sunday night for i

F various grades of the swimming In the Woman a Club. Linda Walker. There were ten of that city; aunt of Mra. Mc Mr. and Mra. A. D. Crosby of visit with her father, Mr. Alston. I e Best for longer

course given by the Y. M. C. guests present. Mahone Is visiting the Luther Starke were Sunday dinner guests Jerry Barber of Jacksonville ii MrvlttBef

, A. and sponsored by the Rotary n..tty'pan Rowland Rev. Grant, the new pastor of the Watterson family. of Mr and Mrs. L. H. Futch. visiting his cousin Glenn Norman for riding comfort

Club. S. E. McKay representing \\VdH Harold E. May First Baptist Church has moved Friends are glad to see T. J. Mr and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright this week.

the Rotary Club acted an muter On Tuesday Aug. 21, Miss Betty with his family Into Mrs. Saunders Perry about again, after his brief and children of Gainesville were e Bef for safety

of ceremonies and Introduced the Jean Rowland and Harold Edward house on Magnolia St. Mrs. confinement last week In Alachua visiting relatives In Lawtey Sun- Sorry to hear that Tate Crosby

speaker of the evening, Leland Maya were united in marriage in Saunders Is with her daughter In General Hospital. dayMrs. was sick Sunday. Missed seeing Yes sir your best tin
Hyatt a past District Governor of the First Baptist Church Of Key- Orange Park. Joyre Futch and daughter him and Manda at church. Hopehe line

Rotary. Mr. Hyatt. In hla address, stone Heights with the Rev, Fred of I Miss Jerry Dot demons of Mary Julia and son Ralph spent Is feeling better at this time. I II the f omoui Goodyear Sups
Dr. J.
James Neale
son Ralph Tampa Is the house
emphasized the Importance o' D. Cent, pastor of the church, of Neale will fill the pulpit of the weeks of Mr. and guest Mrs. for R. two c. Saturday with relatives In Jacksonville Clinton Norman, who is employed r// Cushion. Big and pillow;

" swimming as a health building ficiating.The Community Church on Sunday Gray Jr. by the railroad has been trans- Goodyear Super-Cuthla5 I

, exercise and as a source of pleas church, lighted with candles, Mr. N.al has been In New Yorkat Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish of fered from Sebring to Okeechobee. puts more tread on the rood I

.re. was beautifully decorated with Columbia this summer doing Hlnson Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shirley Ann Crawford of Jack-
white and children of Jacksonville, were Reddish of Webster were recent sonville with for safer starts and. .
Frank Walrath Jr explained green and pom-pom chrysan- work on his doctorate. spent Saturday night I
hat the committee consisted olilmself hi-mumfl. Miss Gertude Houser overnight guests Saturday of his visitors of their parents Mr. and her grandparents, the C. C. Crosbys. stops absorbs high h
AI Wat- played the wedding music and Miss Mlas Virginia Neale has left for brother-in-law and sister Mr. and j Mrs. V. R. Reddish. Her parents Ottis and r I
t E, T. Mart"1and where she will teach this :Mrs. D. P. way jolts for riding.
titian Hardy ,..., A number of from ,
credit Linda Walker sang "Because" and people here Arsula Crawford, came for her
'on and he gave special ,- .. .." smoothness. GoodyralSuperCushionsorecd
i,l redlt to Mr. Watson as the orlg'I .The Lon.ITa\ fer." __, .j,.. year.-: 'v Mrs. J. L. Chancey of West attended the funeral of Lary R. Sunday. Other recent visitors of \

He In-' Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wlllla are Palm Beach Is visiting her sister, Futch in Jacksonville Thursday el the Crosbys were Mr. and Mrs. I
I nator of the pro uct. then 'the best men ,waa the groom's ./
back from a two-week vacation in Mrs. T. C. Chastain. lust/ week.L Blount Mrs. Bertie Grlner of Tam. running too,with ixlrj I
, :roduced Jim Spencer, Gov of brother Robert Mays. Usher
I I Washington D. C. D. Eilaml of and his Mrs. Eunice Box and Miss
Weekend visitors of Mr. and Hampton pa.
for made cord
, his district Rotary. who were William Wolfe and Walter strong bodies ant.
awards' ; Mrs. Margaret Tracy has re Mrs. Henry Hinson were Mr. and son and daughter-in-law of Talla-

_, King. given in turned from her vacation In Perm Mrs. C. E. Barr and little son, hassee attended church at the Inner-Tone Medicine wear-resistant treodi
The bride, who was
The beginners or "Mlnnowa"ere Methodist Church that ,
aylvanlu. Johnnie of Jacksonville. here last Sun- give you irony
) under the direction of W. M. marriage by her father W. P. Wilson Real Relief For A
t Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Slprella entertained day.
Darlene wore white brocaded organdyankle Mr. and Mrs: Raleigh Brannen y extra, safer mile To |
lolloway.. They were with a cocktail party before Rev Harrell of Tallahassee was
length and long White mils. and family visited Mrs. Brannen's Stomach SufferersOne 1 "buy '
Campbell Jerry Robinson. Romesa the dance Saturday night. guest speak at the Methodist get more ability1"
sister Mrs. Elsie Blount In Clearwater
fay Dodd, Roger Pangborn, Michael Her finger tip veil fell from e The dance was given by the Catholic Church last Sunday in the absence man recently took INNER- In your tire-dolltr,
Mrs. Blount has
of dewdrops and tulips on Sunday. .
John wreath
Hall Dennis Jeffers carried white prayer'book Club In the Beach pavilion. been quite 111 at her home. of the Pastor Rev. W T. Walters. TONE three days and said afterwards get the best jd
She a
llraslngton. Bill Cooper, Shuler whose family Dr. Walters Is
Capt. Cox. expected back from
that he would believe
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Moore of never
with orchid and rlbbonn. Her Goodyear Super-Cuih
ngton, Carrol homey Toney an have just moved Into their neON 'its vacation this week and will that INNER-TONE could II
help so
maid of her sister, Miss Archer and Mrs. Florence Mooreof
;cult, Tom Parks, Carrol Quiring, honor was home Ion Tires today
home on Jaaaamlne St., 14 I have charge of services next Sun
i Lou Rowland. Miss Anne Starke were Sunday visitors of much. He said that years of aches
1 ,)lane Quiring, Martha Edwarda, from service in Korea. day.
Mrs T F. Brown.Emojean and pains and that tired worn out
Walrath Miss Audrey Rlggins .
airy Hooper, Tom Mundy, Johrj) and Miss Anne Vance has returned You Can Buy ToJo//
is of
brlde'a maids All wore Hall of Theressa spent feeling are gone free gas
,'oleman. were pas- from her vacation In North Cam CAR OF TH,\NKS
several last week and stomach distress. At
in three tel organdy with matching mite days with her presenthe On Our
The Intermediates were Inn. cousin. Miss Gladys Bundy. Is an altogether different man,
and contrasting nosegays. Carol We wish to extend' our sincere
,roup; Fish Flying Finn and Mrs Ben Rose accompanied theStuckey Mrs Ethel; Pickren of Gainesville feeling fine in every way. INNER- \ k
under the In- Wolfe the flower girl, wore green I thanks and appreciation to all ourfriend EASY PAY PLAN
vacation at
harks They were family on a
TONE is the mixture of
organdy and carried a nosegay of Mrs. Harold Glsh and baby j who helped or offered their new
iructlon of Charles Dudley. acksonvllle Beach. son. of Kentucky and Mrs. Seeber 'juices from Nature's Herbs com-
yellow' carnations. The bride'smother services through the sickness andleath
The Fish were Eddie Stuckey and the groom's mother Mrs. Burroughs and her daughter Goodman and little daughters of,t: of the one that's gone and bined with blood building IRON T_. $/25As

nd Armond Rivers. both wore gray and white with orchid Anne, have returned from Starke were visiting friends here II far the beautiful flowers.--TheVarren and nerve strengthening VITAMINS tew A. WIIKlY

; The Flying Fish were; Detty corsages. Miami, where they have been for Sunday. I i. family. B-l B-2, and B-6. It has

} ddiaon, Kay Walrnth and Bambl some time. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burgess, relieved many people who had
, .aMort.fj Following the ceremony are. The Reynolds family are back ,wIth their niece Martha, of Gaines Jradenton., never been really helped before by
epllon was held In theVoman'a Service Center Station
fj The Sharks were; Alice Dodd Club. Miss Nancy Hearst and from their vacation In North Car- ,vine, were Sunday supper guests Miss Eleanor Bryan of Sander- any medicine. Taken shortly before I

> Dodd John Dodd Arthur Una. c it Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks Jr. son has been the guest of Miss meals it mixes with your I
an Rushton served
Marilyn punch
'odd, Bobby Redfearn, Randy anti the cake was cut by Miss Mr. and Mrs. Fuller Trcsca anddaught..r !. Onkle Wyatt and children, Louise Adklns for the past ten food and aide digestion "thus !i SEEDER GOODMAN
of Jacksonville, wereweekend Arnold" and Mickey, have been days. Miss Helen Carlton of eliminating gas and bloat" Don't
Kuchn )
laughter Shirley Donm Pangborn and Mlsa Bar- guests of Mr. and Mrs.Baetedo. I !1'hone 206 U. S. 301 at South City Limits Starke
torgan Roger Rivers. Lorell Dye tiara Rusher. Mrs. William 1 recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I Irooker spent Monday and Tues- go on suffering, get INNER-TONE
]B. L. Hlnsou. are froml Id night with Miss Adkins Store. Adv. I
Caro- They ay at KOCH Drug 0 ( )
Jr, Shirley Dye
l r. Dye, Wolfe kept the bride's book, Chas Hager has returned from

ne Henderson Agnes Watson, Out of town guests were Mr. t9 weeks' stay In .Atlanta Ga.

i ra. Brasington, Barbara Bras- and Mrs. Donald Jordan and Mr. and Mrs II. I* Morgan have SEE 7Je/

igton, Wanda Sullivan Martha Eugene Jordan, Mr and Mrs O. V. had as their guests Mrs. Morgan's e
ue Flnley Diana Homer and Jean Rlggtna and Ray and Audrey JUg V
s I father and mother, Mr. and Mrs ]
amm. gins; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carren Frank Weatervelt. and her alater DOTS

The Jr. Life Savers under the and daughter Betty Mr. and Mrs. and her husband, Mr. and Mrs rG

jrection of Rodney Hoeluel, were George Stowers Mr. and Mrs Raymond Easing and their two Westinghouse (

rank Slaughter Catherine i Robert Mays, and Mr. and Mrs. J. children.

rownlee Marvin Mundy, Dot E. Mays all of Jacksonville.After Our burglar Is still at large.Every .

wenby Saralou Sullivan, Bar- a short trip to WashingtonD. week there are report. of

ira Hal C., the couple will reside In further depredations by this bold tZ ? FOR Q/AU7Y -

. Sr. Life Saver. were J. M. Dell Jacksonville prowler. Some of the reports are

I ., Marilyn Rushton, Louisa Hen- true and some seem to be just

non, Francis Dodd.l. Mrs. Ceor- The Community Church has secured uiuors. One tiousholder took a The LAUNDROMAT Automatic Washer-The
Westinghouse CLOTHE BIYER!
la Wolfe Jimmy Dell Mrs. Fred the services of Delbert shot at him one night not long ago -
odd. Sterrett as organist and choir but unfortunately, he missed him'! ,

Following exhibits of some ofe leader. Mr. Sterrett who is well) Nowhere else will you find these EXCLUSIVE FEATURES

known In Keystone Is connectedwith -
things the swimmers had learn-
I, including various ways of helpg the MusiC Department at the 1 MAMA ISEr; W Jtmgfc..." LAUNDROMAT \Westinghoos., CLOTHES DRYER
of Florida. He t
drowning persons and the newt University choir last Sunday, but will be N sacNIUj"R n. COMPLETELY ArtMsfk Washer rei.. Wer* ..i W..,.., Werrf af. w
artl- _.
method of administering
'$ / I I1
absent one or two Sundays while clu"Hive .I paths ryWf
clal respiration refreshments WEIGHS YOUR CLOTHES on the e ( 1
on vacation. Weigh-to-Save Door. You always wash
ere served. Mlsa Gertrude Houser prlncl- 69:, the,.'IIM amount of clothe* In the right amount EXCLUSIVE DRY.DIAL. Set it for Damp

pal of the Keystone' School, announces of water with the right amount of soap. or Dry. Clothes come from the Dryer on the
line Hear {SlaughterDr. that classes will conveneon Damp setting just right for ironin g. On the
Frank Slaughter, noted KOCH UKVO STOKEtNE SAVES SOAP AND HOT WATER. Set Dry setting, bone-dry-fluft'y soft, ready to
thor and lecturer and part-time Sept. 4 at 8:45.: Mrs. Susie the Laundromat's Watur. Saver Dial to fold and put away

sldent of Keystone was guest Gornto will have grades I and 2 rtmpond to the weight of the load-Smalld. I

Lions Club meetingthe Mrs. Elise Baesvlvr, of Melroae Medians, Regular. You save gallons of hot HANDY SHELF.DOOR. Only on the
eaker at the
is to this school this year water and too. vee will find this
Inn Monday night. Other who new !+ soap wBta M_..! oadiDryer! you convenwnt '
34Mia.. unloading ahelf-door.
will have
eats Included A, F. Keel, RffX usual grades will have 8, 7, and WASHES CLOTHES SO CLEAN. Patented I No stoat ing or bending to load or unload this
Houser .
editor of Orlando and C. E. Mitch a* \VASHaway. RINSEaway Action of the IJryer.. The opening ts at fleet the right height
of Keystone James Mc- .. Laundromasgeo' fly and thoroughly washes) from On floor.
onald chairan Old friends were glad) to see each piece wuAout your kandi touching_IW.
as -
and Dave Baker back In town last And when doU>.a are washed clean, they 1 WESTINGHOUSE AIRFLOW SYSTEM: _
of the Sight
Saturday. He has been HI for quitea stay class because dirty wash aid tins* Designed to blow warm, clean air durtctly I
llnd Committee succeeding T. A. 'waters are drained from tnt dothtt into
while but has made a remarkable away drying dothe. Dries clothes quickly
.jjer, deceased. recovery. For a nonagenarian never through theml .and tborou bly.Economical too. ,
"" "
Midget Petted Sharpener. Ideal he la doing very well.

l'r home us*. Only; $1.83.-Brad- Miss Madeline Kennedy has been 0 YOU CAN a. SU F.rir: 1T' \\ st;"' vacation
rd County; Tetegrmph. home on a two ---
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tulips also. I have a lot of shrubs I I I ..:,..,.... :.:--: ',c :c,; .:: '_";-:..-.. __.:.. ':', :;:::' : :;:''n :-.- .- .. ,.,::.:':: C: ::' :- :'!!t, : :,',' ,:!!:!o. :l<: :-: .:-:';.'
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beginning to bloom all summer I We Reserve
[L Digger ,is fine these days and Don
has been busy delivering bottled I, PHONE NO. t : The RightTo
gas and setting up stoves.
0P think of the many boys In service LimitQuantities
and write to many that I can get
JLitra the address. But you boys have to 7 0
Church Christian Church ty ONrCA SWFRP.- write so we know your latest ad.
dist =
P ir ..----- dress. God bless' you all.

, Methodist Church of lloiii Solids a most cordial In- W herein I rrnirmbrr Augu"ts ofeMiorduy .. ,. ... .
drove over ... .. "
T you to worship with us It be a terrible feelingto I > years at Clay lUlL I am tDon'\Sunday. week brothers ago we at Coleridge, ;: .. .",' : ';" -" ::.', :' .::: ." : : )
2. The your son or daughter b.uty and of The Life And TimesOf
September running taking/ rare U
atoy' Nebr. We had not been visiting
\ walk up to and '
JiTnool JSornlng.: begins The at Lords 9:43: every SupStarved Daddy,you why don't say you"Mommyand go tc the house and law n. since last Feburary Just ..afterdinner New River FolksBy 2 Lb. Apple Yellow 3 L'bs.

at the 11 o'clock Church and Sunday School like I resolve a call came for an ambu- Jessie le LazenbyMr. "
\ other pareuta?" What would To keep health lance. We hurried home. Before
Trvlce which time them you my ; :
at say? It would To do work the next Sunday the dear old lady ..<
Mitchell will probably stun you my ;
R s sermon O. topic "The, and you'd have a time finding an To live; had passed away. So time marches and Mrs Seeber Moody and 23BakeRite,31bs.83<<: \ Onions IOe
J| Labor"the In keeping with answer. Please don't let this be To see It grow and gain and give; on and we cannot know what children visited Mr. and Mrs Jelly
::4 Sunday you. Don't send your children. Never to look behind me for. the morrow holds. We have had George Oreen In Lake City Sunday
\ of Labor Come .with them. Let them see one hour; lots of rain here, and, the blue grass Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Granger are
nlor, and Intermediate you're Interested. If this should To wait In, meekness" and to Is still green and my flowers are spending the rest of the summer .
Youth Fellowships will and apply to you and you've never begun walk In power;: lovely. I love this cool weather. In North Carolina. .. .. ,
T p.m. for worship -make- First Christian1 your But always' fronting onward to I This morning I canned up stuffedpeppers. Mr. and Mrs J. IS. Gibson are Jim Dandy
I Following the evening choice where you can hear the the light.Always I We used to call them visiting Ann's mother In Alabama. Q
ere will be a Fellowship In the gospel proclaimed In Its fulness. and always facing to- : mangoes. I also started another Mrs. 1;. D. Green and Miss Alva ( GRITS 5 Ik 39
all young Miss people Florencethe .Bible School 1 begins at 10 a.m.I ward the right. batch of whole sweet pickles anda Dobbs of Lake City were visiting I4 -
hall with I I eachLord's Day with C.jW. Col Robbed, starved, defeated, fallen, batch of pickles sliced made with Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Moody Wednesday COM
hostess. son, superintendent. Cla a avail- wtde-astray lime water. I have canned corn Cabin House I
'ttt Invited to select your able for all. Morning On with what strength I have; and apples and pears and peaches. '
worship serv Mrs. J. B. Crawford and Charles
kfriMpel hymns at the eve- Back I made some pear honey and old COFFEE 1 lib. tin. 79
nee which begins at 8 ice Lord's begins at 11 a.m. with the to the way.Charlotte fashioned preserves. They .will bee Crawford of Jacksonville wtere MEAL 5 Ik 37d
Perkins Gllman.
ont Supper served every Sun. guests of Mr. and Mrs A P. Johns ,
Mitchell will preach day. good this winter with fresh homemade
"The Influence of My neighbor Is often lonely. The bread and country butter Sunday. mass
will be fur- Evening services begin at 6:30: I Mrs. Lonnie Crews of High
Special music one on the east. Likewise the one which I plan to churn. Whoopee
the youth choir. with Christian Endeavor. Beginning on the west, although she has That Is why I say Our grand old Springs was the fluent of her Smoked) Eo- : 33 Quart
September 1, the Evangelistic USA la the best place on earth. Wehave brother, M8I'kl. Moody last week. ..J
service will begin at 7:30: where her mother to care for. I have I Laurie McKinney held his regular :S
Catholic an abundance, at least most CI
(ward's you can always hear an Inspirational tried to tell of
them my way keep- of us do, and always our dreamsof night prayer moeting 37Lb.
irancls J. Dunteavy, pas message. Ing content, sane and satisfied. A the future It Is cloudy out today ;; at the home of Joe Moody. A Bleach
Prayer meeting each Wednes- lot of it Is In the thinking. The I will sew on my grand- good crowd was there. Prayer Bacon
MB u at 9:15: a. m. day evening at 7:30.: The 8th above poem Is a good one to fol dauRhter'a: dress this afternoon. I meeting this week will be held Saturday -
r Mass at 8: a. m. chapter of Romans is the chapter low. Only I like to look back once have a coat and one frock done. I night at the home of Mrs. .IOc
dons Saturday 5:00: tc for discussion next week. In awhile. It la great fun to thinkof love to make them. O. B. Moody Everyone is .welcome en

and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. Let us see you Sunday.You being a child, of my days as a I CLAY rHILL.._More letters from I .
n', Catechism .Classes, need the Church and the young lady, the days when I wasa my !girls. Hazel Grlffla of High Percy Sonny) Moody was entertained
f 10:00: a. m.Religious. Church needs you. bride and young mother. I recall land says they have a good crop at his home Friday afternoon Istarklst
1 Instructionvery only the happy things and :I this year and always urges me to with a birthday party. Games BISQUICK Ige. 49cP&GSoap.3for21c
Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., TIIERESSA CHRISTIAN. soar on wings of happy memories. come back to visit I ahall return were played and refreshments Tuna Chunks 29c -
Special appointment. .CIU'RCII ., I often think how happy I was six some day when I can find time I were served to the 27 guests. ea. .

Services are being held each years ago, when I got out of serv Dorothy Manning and Ilia Mae I Lefrlc and Agnes Johns visited
h of Christ Friday evening at* this church. ice. I went back to Clay Hill Johns have been to Sunday school In Mlcanopy recently. | -
rr 10th and McMahon "We would appreciate your presence school and my same old room at and they say Elgin Lan'g Is fine Lou Johns entertained a large FLOUR,251k1.89Tall
School10 A. M.ting and I'm sure you shall re Langs. I dcj not think I was ever I that Lorene Padgett 1s now at 'crowd Saturday night with a peanut .
It A.. M. and 7:30 ceive a blessing," says Rev. Homer happier. The war was Just over Mlddleburg. The Long Branch boiling.
Swindall. and the days lay ahead bright and Church Is being finished. All are : Leslie Sapp Is natch'ly plckln'
I Meeting and Bible Study The Lord's Supper Is also served full. I have continued to climb I fine at Clay Hili.HELPFUL 1 peas these days. They're brlnglng .
jluendny 7:30: P. M. each Sunday afternoon at 3 and today I feel that life could not. HINTS: To prevent ,. a good price. now around $2. Kim 3 For Chico Long G. 3 Lb. Cello) )
hold more Joy on this earth for me.I [ Red
basket Andrews Is
the kitchen
ne welcome. o'clock. Let us count on your) waste paper I I going to pick
presence at all services of the live simply, mostly thinking/ of from rusting put a liner of alu- I peas soon too. His patch Is very
Church church. minum foil In the bottom. I find pretty.
terian Church of God8th paste wax will remove moat spots Margli-! Moody Is home for a
i School at 945.: 11LACK CREEKMISSIONARY & St. Clair Sts and stains from the congoleumrugs. 'while now. Milk 25'Blue Rice 39C
hip Clani 10 a.m. BAPTISTRev. Dip your flower vase at the School has begun In Lake Butler ,' '
i Morning Service con- Sunday School 10 a.m. bottom In paraffin, will preventscratch nowand I have 31 '"live wires" ......
r Rev, YV A. Scott. A. G. Karnes will preach at Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m and moisture from tables. who had the misfortune of being .. "
[Fellowship Sunday ever Black Creek Missionary Baptist Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.mY. Made a lot of peach and pear Jam In my room. I'mlOrry for them, :: .. : -:. ." .-.: ,' .' .
Churbh, Sunday, 2, at P. E. Service 7:30 .. .
r m. September Tuesday : p.m with pectin. I used the powderedkind. but as my sympathy goes out, I'm
Meeting: Wednesday. at 11 a.m. on "The Soon Coming of Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Made nice and clear and /going to net a pew resolution and Plate "" Fresh
Christ.--C. A. Crosby, pastor. quickly done.Summer Jt'e so good to them--never make '
Clll'RCII OF JESUS CHRISTOF Is almost done. It has them work, only as they see fit 39c I"
Mayonnaise Mullet
X ST\L> HOLINESS: BF.THKL BAPTIST CHURCH LATTFJl DAY. SAINTS gone so quickly for us because It Never scold unless the class decides pI. :.: Fish, lb. 29c

LM. tad Temple Ave. Revival services will begin at the Masonic Temple, Call Street. has been so cool. We have had etc. Oh, me, what a timewe'll
)School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- Bethel Baptist Church Sunday, Sunday School every Sunday only a few days of hot weather have.
ihlp 11 a. m.; EvangellaItei September 2. Every one Is wel- morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Servo that got up as high as 93. I have, Joe Lazenby, a full fledged JELLO 3 for 25c RICE lOlb. cloth 1.39
sailor boot
1.00 p. m. Everyone come. Come worship with us ices 6:30: p. m. A cordial InvitationIs ordered some Oriental poppies to I (In camp) writes that
Rev. R. L. Lee, Pastor. extended all. out I should see his "dress uniform)IIt.s ....
to set out this fall. I plan to put ;' "
--- j so pretty", J figured that one ai B' iSBiO sB'BBO BKI ,. ; :' : : (
Out -dress fatigues or dungarees 7'5' IIIIII
Ha says doesn't have much timeto B"o"t't WoodberrySHAMPOO IIII p'u'r'e'
Black 2'F0r'
write and would
enjoy hearing
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"Come bring./tools to work faith and a well-filled The Telegraph Attends ft's. t H I d

lunch basket" -- f .

S A Working fOil
Cemetery 11.\\
This request, or something very similar, I is a familiar r r

item to readers of the Telegraph Usually headed simply N '"" kt 8\11\

''CEMETERY WORKING," it goes on to give the time and diane They attacked while the. A 7 )t 1\. 'and.' 'q:

place of a quarterly or semi-annual gathering of church members people were In church and after Starkl 1 e"old \

for the purpose of cleaning decorating, and reconditioning \ killing part of them forced the thai I arr nol hh

in general the "last! resting place" of their loved ones. ( there to leave the building which this )rtire hash I

It's II good old-fashioned and they took over. This placed tht { previously In tin

thoroughly commendable custom and, the cemetery}Itself wa clean .X :ongregatlon In a "state of con t Pr would also lUte

ell and decorated from .top to DOI. f fusion' and because they had nc It.'II"'" 'the
Pt Ore
'-f place to worship and were afraidto riveu. from
tom.The tiny New River Church reorganize because of the Indiana and' It r.mln our p

holds the distinction. of being the they disbanded and dldn'lI"'old t 11I"I.nod YOU 1,

oldest In the New River Association 1 a service for nearly a year. The mete durtel hay 11I1'

4 and many people believe, I The earliest church records were fOI the City ,JII"

't's the oldest Baptist Church in Flor burned during this raid, but they IIpve sowed tad tz.

ida. Certainly the cemetery Is were written again from memory "F _- ,. I hOPe our
s, one of the oldest for many of the later. According to them the Indians Kxerjbody works. Including the preacher Truhy; Parrishcenter In mind l l ,when win.W,,

,. I graves have been left unmarked ceased fighting In 1838 but ( ). Hi- Is flanked on the left by Zrdra Hamilton and nn On Sept I1l11d yq
I ,.. .... during the years. and Just where .still held. the church property. me IIti
.- the right by Reddish Andrews
they are no one knows. Evidently some of the member

The ancient burying ground I I. _?- lost their religion" during the Indian an Important part of the .service -' 1
right next to the church. Having
yaId been started there in the early war because the records Indicate Then luck of a preacher forced

1800'. when such proximity was that some of them engaged I them to quit again unil 1817. The

desirable for obvious reasons In In a great deal of drinking and the \, following year found them with VOTE

those day It was next to impossible rhurch became almost completely 4T white members and five ne-
to conducta ..*. The records. Indicate thai
to get .. preacher disorganized. However, In 1839 a
funeral at any.dlalance from the minister whose name was Elias more slaves were entered for baptism And

church for fear that lurking Indians In 1859 but since they had nc
Knight came In and tried to reorganize '
might interrupt. the pro surname, their names are on the
He preachedfor
the church.
ceedings. Then too travel wasmostly I Present building wan erected l and ilrdlcavteil In July, 193S: awhile and some of the members church roll by first name only.In .

?; L.uln. !Mahry, 6.1-year-oM: liegr by oxcart or walking which tin the lOOlh anniversary of the church's founding. Clvarlyttl came back for reinstatement 1865: the colored members ol

, ) r..I..nt. .>f New River ar- made transportation of the dead
  • nt here are the step which were erected last Thursday, and a few were baptized. the church asked for permission to elter

    ti 'l 1'1"..s early t la hones and w.I"n'l for any distance'both difficult and I plus all the tools that were hastily dropped when the dinner i They started meeting regularly build a church of their own having

    "" H<* claim. he hasn't mi-wed ftcemetery Impractical.And I bell run)?.-Text and picture. by Ilolromb Kernn.. j again in 1840 and footwashlng was, been freed earlier by the 14th '
    i'' working at New ltlv.rI Indiana weren't the only Amendment to the Constitution I.44tV.1

    4, L 1 In 6(1( Y"""'". "It wouldn't be the': danger In the woods. Indeed the The white members then ordaineda
    Lord Jesus Christ.
    sannn without IXMilit," the'' old church and cemetery were once sniping the I colored minister for them and In

    I k others said. familiarly known and still sometime These church founder had just. 1867 the .negroes left the churchIn
    broken from a "Hard Shell Baptist
    referred to a* "Rattlesnake H "good standing' and formed
    I Church" the Pigeon Creek
    Church and Cemetery", The dla- l still
    11.+ In but and their own. This building
    I, ', these parts, every now mondhack rattler Is frequently en Church in Georgia. Their reason stands M
    ' f< then some newcomer from a distant countered In the New River section for the break. was. given a. being

    't stale asks "What'. a cemetery today although not sc inconvenient because of the dlaance The original church building wa i

    working?" These are folks, of even church Involved and the danger foi burned down In 1881 when a schoolteacher
    the premise _
    course. from the larger cities prevalent on became careless while
    must have been. In frontier he Seminole Indiana were always ,
    I where salaried. caretaker perform a* they a menace. burning grass to "kill fleas under -

    '' the tasks that are carried on by days.New River Church has one of Their first pastor was a young I I'he house." Services were held in .. C'lydo C'nINnn energeticallytmlngo
    ; 1 voluntary worker at the small homes of the various membersuntil '
    John TuckerIor the
    the most colorful histories of any man from Georgia a Made .ariniml an ancient "f 1

    Thursday of last week some 40 present members were mighty busy "Sledge Hammer Preacher." Tucker I 11880. dated I 1H88 but ua by no

    y members of the New River Baptist/ I on cemetery working day last ,, had a great deal. of trouble with During the early part of the 20threntury means. the oM" t.

    Church gathered! early for their week they are proud of that history ; the Indiana aa he traveled back the church .was almost

    4 traditional late-summer cemetery and talked freely about It ': and forth between the New River I continuously without a regular ,
    II j total about 28.
    workIng. they worked.It .1''Church and Newing Baptist Church pastor. Then, In 1930 the few remaining -

    i As. usual the "dinner on the seems the church was first. In Alachua both of them being tt'L ( members of the church derided Plans were being made Thursdayfor isPIRO

    grounds' at noon was to bfe a high- established. in 1833 according to ,, his charges. He was forced to travel to reorganize and build a a revival week beginning Monday -

    ;. light of the day but, In the opinion the records that .still exist and the at night, for the moat part and!! new building. Plans were made September 3. The services

    i of many Uie amount of hard work I first building was of hewn logs I was once hot by an Indian ,while and money was raised when the are scheduled for 8 o'clock every I

    put In on the cemetery grounds,, with no window. and only one traveling. He holds the unofficial church ladies sponsored various Your
    and the final ) record of preaching the funeral. number of old light with Rev. Strickland of the I
    result was much : door. The floor was packed earth drives Including a
    , ,. more satiHfylng even than the and the congregation' sat on half- 'of more people killed by Indians fashioned "box suppers." Ralford Baptist Church as the

    P?; sumptions. luncheon.At logs with pegs. Inserted on the undersides : than any other man who ever lived Dinnertime Is always one of the highlights of the day4w The church celebrated Its 100th speaker The members urged On
    in Florida and for this, he was I Seal
    f: j any rate the rank grass aa. supports. Five men I by noon everyone .hate worked up a hearty appetite. Here, IrvlnAndrews anniversary on July 18 1933 and everyone In Bradford County to
    around the church and and nine women met In July. 1833 : paid $200 a year.
    cemetery constitutionand During the early part of 1835: Indulge In a "boarding house. reach" fur seconds over dedicated the new building which visit with them and worship In a
    was neatly mowed new steps were I\ to draw the church's
    't 1 built at the church entrance a hand expressed a desire to establishthe the New River Church was com the> shoulder of "Aunt Kona" I'I"hohlf'r and T. B. Edwanlv.Mrs. remains as the place of worship church whose history Is almost as Cudkl

    < I pump wa Installed at the well'I church for the "purpose of wor- pletely broken up by a band of In. Kdwards.. (far right) b...ams approval. today. Present active members old as Florida Itself.

    ., ExperiencedifYOUR1
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    ; doc to;'* order, he was moved tc I I I
    At The Tabernacle I Funeral SundayFor the veteran' hospital where he II'I Pvt. Jesse M. Mosley

    The winter schedule of special Bert Johns, died. I FISH'N'S FUN by Billl.ciker Graduates In Radio INTEREST

    services at the Tabernacle I la be*1 1tag Member John. waa born in Starke March AND SUP
    ,with' outstandingBible Police Force' 18. 1893 and remained here or In Pvt. Jesse\ M. Mosley, 19, son of Mrs John O. Childresa.. 315 N.
    prepared all hi. This flalt'n'business la getting, quite simple out this way. v\r. 32nd Ave.. Rt. 3, Gainesville
    teachers to be heard from Bert W. John. 58, a life-long the.vicinity life Up to four SeyeraIssued Mr. and Mrs L. W. Mosley Sr., Fla. WillAPPRECV?
    years ago, when. he joined the ago you read In this column of two big bass caught out this way .
    date will be Route
    time to time. Exact Starke and a member 2. Starke Is one of the recent
    announced later resident of I police department l>. was. a farm. ''I with people's bare hands. This week your fishing reporter has one Lee Schmleiel, change from
    graduates of the Field Radio
    Tuesday night. service featured of the Starke Police Departmentfor I er. just about as good Mrs. Buza Seale of Jax, caught a 3 pounder In Daytona Beach to Gen. Del., Jack-
    ] Mechanics
    Course at the Armored
    the past four years died last His wife Eva Warren Johns, Hlllcrest Lake. Not knowing much about the art. she merely hookedon
    "Bible Cake Contest" conducted School, Fort Knox,
    i Friday morning In the veteran' preceded him In death. Survivor a piece .of breakfast bacon walked down to the lake and threw '. Ky. of signal communication equip (P1,1. Asir, hf
    He has received
    by Rev A, F. Grady A saw duet I instruction In ment.
    death brother Johns
    In Lake City. His Include one Frank
    hospital out. About five minutes i. P.
    later she .
    up came with this prize. What the technical details
    of installation Pvt. Rfonlev entered the service
    by Wm. Parker and Leonard .was attributed to the heart. attack West. Palm Beach and two sinters
    about It, fellow anglers? Got any bacon In tackle box ? and
    Or maintenance
    your are operation .rt) November,
    Mr. Palm
    Noegel was enjoyed he suffered earlier In the week Perry Johns, West e
    you plannlug on bringing home the "
    I "bacon.
    Beach another from Baltimore ,
    The Thursday afternoon Prayer while on duty. .
    i Meeting and Ladle Auxiliary I Johns suffered. the attack whileon Md., whose name la unknown e F- 1J JT

    . combined Is growing In Interest I'I'I night duty about 2 a.m. Tuesday About two Issues ago thla writer reported a 14 1-2 poud bass caughton

    and plans are under way to expand a week ago and had to be taken Funeral service were held Sun- a Jigger pole by Leo Hill of Keystone Heights This week there la

    I the work of the auxiliary home. The following day on day afternoon at three o'clock In I a correction. It seems Mr. Hill caught this beauty on a reel using a An Fri.-Sat. Sp*

    :I the chapel at the DeWItt C. Jones. plug. Our apologies. Lao for making this mistake. AddeAt STARLINGS Labor I
    Funeral Home with Rev. Lew!* D. e e For

    : I :;c $ 1 it 1 Haines officiating Interment was !' Our congratulations to the Telegraph for the wonderful article

    ..... .. .......,W.,.. made family in plot Santa there.Fe Cemetery In the about the lake fencing In our state. This article could\ well be the

    '; j start of many articles! in papers all over the
    Foil HAI..KMl..l..nury strawberry Kim HAI. :- Two bedroom horn state. Newspaper can
    i,. plant* on new hind At price' tinmve with .bath, house wirxil f<,r nine I Jim Forrest be Instruments to better living and new Ideas. In fact they can be
    , ,1 Make me. an offer "K.: K: trio .tov.. the drain. board, vuiitlan *- great deciding factors. This author would 5
    Wanriln.. 3 pities. north of Walilo' bhiiilii, deep well electric like to see articles 1'ke this.
    ,.n 'Ht !on ftp all 1 pump. ? ut r.s Infill 3 "" r''s t..oJ. Buys PropertyOn In all the papers In the state.
    for "ultlvutlon. yard fenced itnilKrMNHvil .
    y COI/1UKO tIKI.I*.-Man unit woman IH mil south of 8mrk, Call StreetJim SUGARu
    for maintenance work NewrKln juMt off Keystone hlKhway. see The Bevln-Wllcox Line
    : ..ley (*..ni.ll_tf nwher. for other Inforniullon., U. Company has reported its fishing contest
    t' Taylor liip 8181 i "Forrest. former war-time over The winners were as follows:

    WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY CAKES: owner of the Guidon Grill
    may :
    -$J up Order" taken lit Dithiner. All Makes All l.,4rl> J8 Ibs a 0:. First\ Prize D. L. .
    flirt Nhnl",.. Phone .8..1. If llri .n>.bl. rltmrmrm. .HrxlrrilI have been anticipating the reopening Strickland Orlando
    15 Iba. 902. ,
    II IC. 1'. .KIIKPtll.HIIrnl : Second Sam A. Echols.
    ....... : w. 1 all. ".. ..i.ru> pi,. x:inHAMOHMAN of Camp Blanding recent. 15 Jbe. 8 oz. Macclenny
    BIVIIKIt': HnVUNll Marhlne ( ly when he purchased the iilte on 1 J.hirtu U E- Brown Rattlesnake
    Lake 'My.. Kin Phone ISO 14 lb. 12
    pony ox \
    : WANTED n.II."I.h".II. H. F.
    Call St. which the \ Barber Genoa III.
    will repair your machine In tip, on Magnolia;
    foiKlltlun. .nnl 1.1.l We tr toS'o In buslness 14 Ibs. 10 oz. Fifth Mabry
    r iiNi Edwards .
    tat ronnumi-rs 300 hniiNvholil n<*.lIIn"l ttlnn Kind Market now stands.. He In the Ja 'kaonvllle
    use only ..,,,,h... Hinder parts ,,, 14 Iba. 9 1-2 oz. Shell Hester
    In tlrailforil County Starling
    and second of Starke'a war-time business Georgetown
    Our service turn will pick up
    .. .. '''''''pallun r.f.rinr... Its wlelgh'Ih'pL 14 5 Seventh \\.Iler
    delivery. .nl. lipuli reilileat.New FAII-ITO.T. Memphis. T.nnl' men to return recently and Real Dayton Ohio
    Sinter nmrhlni are available 14 ? 4 r EIghth
    Leo -
    Sip SIMFOH buy business property.The Hill Keystone His.
    on ,.H.i>nul lM lermii_ 1. 3
    Ninth J. 1..
    BAt.K' -10 acres, l-rootn houn. first was Ben Suslow whc ol' 1 Gainesvlll
    volt SAUE--* r.w berry runners by electricity. fiifit.. s acr... porn 14 Ibe. 2 Tenth John Blurrier RattlesnakeIn .
    tb. bvtl Pliitiiit' ."..", n.11 piiinlM' and pffitnutu, 15M strawiiirrliiit on recently bought; the building In REVIVAL CONTINUES
    .1. T. Land a inlleM' Htinlh of AturH* mull .and school rout Prlc. flloo. which Slstrunk'a Feed & Seed addition to thus cash prize, the company gave away over
    oil Ilimiway luu. Addr.us flouts tfDART Inquire nt Hlan 1. tin* is', Htarhn, Klu eh-- tlon 1.lIwl"Y. II !'. Bailiiy combined. They expect
    lip Into its new building at the to put on another big contest In the
    very .ear future
    SITTER w nt. Weil niurnliiVK' 5:1): to 11\11.:: "n W ANT .I-Cl.nn flags. Cntton. No corner of Church and Call Streets.During broader scope In the fishing world. Watch this column for 8 P. M.
    pr.nds.e. While or ct>lor..... Mm.M.i.ilv. I I' "..1'.11. or khnkl. nratlford CoTfl the day of Camp Bland. particular.
    IU. K: ash M, .icrHiih if Ing he owned and managed an

    FOIL ItI'NT-4'ym. up. .t lrs ...urn'l I II FOIt IIHVT-8tor. bull.llns lornl.d army goods store here and called I heard These ot a lakes big one really that have some vicious baa. Your reporter just THRU SEPTEMBER 9TH
    A pin cUHMil In port h,3 b..r. I lulls. Tenth 81, Contact Fate I himself "the Old Sarge". nO' some Children OUt ot swarm TheIr
    has father
    t'nntplebely privst V i .wn Up I II ran to the lake
    Kim. ll. rl. .a...... H K Whether or not these. men bought and b.tu.d I' out with/ the fIlth. The
    'flue Center Ht fnon IMI-W FOR RENT-Coltac* conslnlln- of I the J property because they anticipated I father ran him 'out on the bank picked him up with hi. hands JOIN THE CROWDS COMING NIGHTLYBut
    HvliiM room, "ed.n" kitchenette weighed him in at 10 3-. poundsl
    WILl. I-AHK FOIL cmrnn.F.N I( : in mil tmih. I'nrurnieh.d. 'y mil on the re-opening of Camp Aaywy. that Ja his story.

    my..hoiii It. K:, by MiimliMf......-.10. vnr day. Christian or hour.Mr. Kvyston llla'hwsy.- I. V, ac"'lth'l I! Blandlng could aot be ascertained stones have been told and, vertfled.'Frogmen' Bigger Please COME EARLY For A Seat

    unrt t'rsM HI". "'""n. JTi-I Itu I ns they were both out of town and -
    FOIL n.ST-.n. room hou. with unavailable for comment However Film ,
    WILL KKKP I I'Hll.nrtKN for lit two lara porrhen IH miles out i Strange Story Told
    per week! l.lv In KnlHKt's U""rter old Illnnillnii Hoail Inquire' Wll.lltim ; F. C. Hollingawoith.. local Discloses Secrets FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
    4'nrrln.. Hrnuifht'in iP h' ellr"v Itp real estate agent! who handled theForrest I In 'The Thing' ,
    FOR RENT 1-ilroonl furnished FOR SAT.F\ rmiiioBlwtrl..- l box. *... stow, $114) ,...h ",,,.10.. toe I'innt' II.hor that Forrest bought the property Park

    on.hater month's chewer tae. $free so .per hot nionihIt. wal.F. FOK RKNT-Three-room' furnlnheilupartnivnt. strictly* a long term Investment ., Starring Richard I "Th. Thing- described j
    J John.. HI I. Ant 56$. "-'l' Private bath and entrance 'i and not because Camp Bland- !! Widmark. Dana Andrew and Gary ss Howard
    Adults. M. Bamiit, all N.I Merrill Is Hawk. greatest
    l'hrry Ht Up Ing' reopening seemed imminent schedule for the Florida thriller, antis I I
    .,.,. farm Theatre. this featuring Kenneth'
    von HAt.K' -Improved 4$- Sunday and Monday I Tob'."y and M.r-
    an* mil. net of Hamilton, on hur.lroml Foil IUONT-.ar. comfortable I The deed The picture depict the lives garet Sheridan
    register In the courthouse and I I. slated
    acre p.ar to
    I'mitn tress. IS apartment on or two hodroonm.Ci : I appear
    .xchnr-1. hnir of land i-!<...".itKUrtrlr .nvi>nl.*nrlv located :\1,.. F. H this week showed also that hazards cf the Navy' underwater .t. the Park Theatre
    : llnhls anti wets. ,, W'J) Long 401 XVulnut. Mt_ \ tpDvep :Mr and Mr. I teams Su.-.dayl
    Frank Stroller demolition popularly
    e through
    nor Gtr ... .10.. i / TuesdayThe .
    FOR HAI.K-4 foot Amana Gainesville, have sold their lot In I all "frogmen I
    LAND WANTPIP-** to Ise acres rr..... I year old. II in, win\ ".. the Indian Beach subdivision tcMr '' In this picture the picture has. a* Its bade- ..
    curtain l I"
    of l"nd unrMtr.d l and liver Paul Men.Kt.. I, Hoi 14. i,
    pasture .n n1irhhorhooil or H'arke. lip *. C. E. Clem. The Strollers lifted off some of the best kept ground a bu. near the Nosh, I

    Tn-ownl Road Mum h. well purchased the property In 1945. secret of World War H. Pole where a of
    namely Americanacientlst
    rtrnlnrrt how vef and so house I" : STRAY IIOOwner may have b" ) '
    ....lr..l Rn> 411-A. It 'Identifying. ami paring for ad and; The amount received In both Instances the "paddlefoot commando-" whc are investigating Arcticphenomena 4'r t
    f.-..Inl hill. .J. B. White Rt a. H.. wa $3,000.: spearheaded every Allied Invasion :f i ,k( r Nt
    ; 1. Hlnrk When 'rtL
    LUNCH ROOM (comnleteA for palent up from Sicily to Okinawa. a mysteriousspaceship n
    Niti-riru-. .lHi.t .lorifctlon In The CUm .
    stark* \\rll flat I3S, Ht,,rH... FOR ".U.F.-t4-ln..' plywood' hoat" marks the first time the Depart crashes near by the)I

    FIe It 5114lOST.Eye Cheap Auerbach Kln.nley' Lake tf W. C. T. U. ment of Defense has allowed pub scientists radio the Air Force and I w 5 r4T'

    vlsHH., tortnlM shell I I j lic recognition of these key Naval Arrry fliers arrive on the scene v
    Fort RF.NT-F'I"
    and ..llvi r rranio In hrnwn l.*nth- home Newly decorated Including I THE W. C. T. IT. : personnel The .p"pe-8hlp Is r
    .r ""... "''not.. all 111 or lasJIKifXK Venetian blind. water I' For aorldentslly: detroyed
    Rae range BE IIFJLD FRIDAY the first time .
    heitter, waa circulating healer i AFrER.I I' perhap In but one of Its crew Is saved
    FI1HSIIC".I1 Fait BALK 1111 N Church ft I"'h.| I NOo (. AfOrST SIST. the entire history of Hollywood
    rrH,. r.dnr.A for 'I..k.. ale. flitnt !'' TCI.OCK IN THE : moviegoers who' see and taken to the bu... i
    wn nwner Nice 7-rnnnt Port RAI.K-Twn room house, ,lara "Frojfmen"wtll When the re eue.| ,
    hnu.. wilt .iNNEX. ALL MEMBFRM see the member of
    Inclurtlnaeffl most
    ARFt'Rnr.n dramatic
    tiedroom and
    kitchen nice
    .1.ttnnv' .......,flies.. 'rnenlatht reMl with|.. prl..'. .n. ft pecan tree, riiniiinawater lawn. ?i ( TO'r..n: .%s M\T- of a picture almost without parts dia the crew escapes, it keep. very.! Et'angelisl GedtElwin
    ntlnl section at
    ran. furnish ...."...,. It.Ann pa.h: shone.l.clrlrity H mile lot from off ffrttrke.fortes. Road rFKs IVPOKTAMT: W.LLI) logue. The rei on The .tars one them the base on edge as It put | SoloistJerry Song
    .. ... | acre are
    ,.. through
    UI s? Oran ., a series of
    act .ppl"n..t In G1
    door at "....n.. II sun 'a h n. n William. Rt HII TAKEN t-p. diving gear far beneath the terrifying Andeuon Bob
    if experiences
    3 take Cloy, Fhl. ttchg I surface of the water and should stroyed. until It Is finally de Dot Clemons

    they speak It couldn't be heard ,I

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    AUG31 1951




    Second Section \


    : Bradford County( Telegraph '!i i. -" .

    STAKKK, FLOKIDX. t'rhlay.UI"I"t 31, 1951

    . ', aye You Seen These Communist Fugitives? !!,


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    1I MIAMI FLORIDA. jp;,, + 'I4E Pat !

    August 21, 1951 i
    r '
    I I / To The Editor I
    V Vw
    Bradford County Telegraph a r. IJ Jit

    r ? u't' isMNORMA I am taking the liberty of ..einllti ( yon the enclosed. picture ';

    I and brief d""rI&III",> Information on the right ConununlNt Party v's, ,

    .leader who are being .sought by the Federal Bureau of Investigation 1

    ajt fugllUr from Justice. '

    F I If I 1 d
    As. J'011 know, !Mr. J. Edgar Ilm.ver, Dlrrrlor of the FBI, "hunkcil .. A f ,

    i all rlll/rn. and law enforcement agent..lt>* to assist In locating .. i 1 .

    these. ItKlltlduulN. by reporting| any Informal they mightmrlte 4"yGU9 .rFRED !

    lonrrrnliig them to the frill Ilead<|iiart....... aMhlngton, !
    -_ ._- I j I). C. + ,

    NON GILBERT GREEN ..... SIDNEY--STEINBERG-- \ C.M'IM'rall..n| In gating' publicity to this. matter In your HALLS HENRY WINSTON M FIND-'>
    .111 Norman Marron, alsc Gilbert Green Chairman Dis Sidney Steinberg Assistant National new npaptT will be hlnrrrrly anprei-lulcd.VourH. Gus Hall National Secretary of Henry Winston National Organizational Fred Morris Fine, Secretary]

    q i Bill Norman, who wa triet 8, Communist Party, Chicago, Labor secretary Communist truly, the Communist Party U. S. A., Secretary of the Com Public Affairs Department Na-j
    by a Federal Grand Jury 111, Is one of the Communist lead- Party, USA was Indicted by yts very was convicted for violation of the munist Party U. S. A., was con tlonal Headquarters of the Como?!

    I York, New York on Juneon ers convicted for violation of the Federal Grand Jury at Ne.v Yorks I _, K- W.all.. Jr. Smith Act. victed of conspiracy to() advocatethe munlst Party, USA. Is being sought j

    a charge of conspiracy Smith act who are fugitives from City on June 20, 1951: on a charge wgrgJ. 1S1..lal| | Agent In Charge Age 40 born October S, 1910 at violent overthrow of the on a charge of conspiracy to advocate -;

    ate the violent overthrow justice as a result of the forfeiture of conspiracy" to advocate the'violent I e e Virginia Minn; height :5' 11"; government and has gone Into hiding the violent overthrow ofi!

    overnment, Is the subject of their bonds !In the Federal District overthrow of the government. weight 220 pounds; eyes, blue- to avoid being committed tc the government. 1!
    The Is. to b of .. 'IC4- In this. lnntanrf>
    I Telegraph clad tT
    jtloawlde manhunt by the Court New York City on Julj Age. 36; born September 16, gray; hair light' brown; complexion prison. Description: Age, 37; born March:
    2, 1931.: 1911. Otenos Kaundas Lithuania; urge our readers to be on the alert and communicate any Information 1 fair; build heavy; race, white; Age 40( born April 2. 1911 Hat- 30, 1914, Chicago, 111.; height 5'!

    Jibed as Organteattona!: Age 44 born September 21. 1906 height, l6\ 1-2'; eight, 157 concerning them fugllltrx lmm...liiie.-l>' to the .'1\1. The nationality. American; scars and ttesburg. Miss; height. :S' 11 1-2';; I S: 1-2";; weight. 139 pounds; builds 1!

    ; of the New York State I at Chicago. 111; height l6"\ ; pounds. ; build' medium; hair, FBI trk. >phoiu number In JaokmmUlle Is. 0-1 MO. Kate this. page marks, small scar on left thumb wellht. 200 pound; eyes, brown; medium; hair brown partially]

    i'ist Party weight, 150 pounds; eyes hazel: brown; eyes, blue; complexion, for future reference.UMES two pockmaikion left'cheek. moleon hair black, kinky; complexion, bald In front; eyes, brown; race]!

    hair black curly high forehead; light; race, white; nationality, eight side of neck. dirk: ; build stocky; race, Negro; white; nationality American;!!
    09. born November 10 1901 I
    Complexion, dark build, medium American. Sometimes wears mustache. nationality American; scars and
    Russia height, 6wht \' ; : scars and marks, mole on left check j
    ; race, white; nationality, American. Steinberg whoRed the name anani j Leans forward at the shoulders murks face pockmarked. at mouth level: distinguishing|
    162 pounds; build, me,- Sid! Stein In connection with his !
    Is a quiet convincing speakerand when he walks, drinks large Resided In Kansas City, Mo" characteristics, large mouth, heavy
    black blue com- j
    iir ; eyes ; Communist Party .work resided at ly. of coffee and 1932. has livedIn !
    beard not given to outbursts of emotion amounts usually prior to Since then features!; and prominent Adam'a,
    dark heavy race
    ; except on rare occasions. Appearance Jackson Heights, Long Island New rests elbows on table holding cup New York City. apple

    litionality, American. is neat and he frequentlywears York prior to disappearance ri rk at lip level. Laughs easily and described Likes baseonll, and ether sports; I
    Has worked as worker
    of disappearance he re From April, 1930 to a
    September as being rather boisterous
    brown suits and flashy ties I dresses fairly well does not speak ''
    Flushing Long Island. 1932, he resided in Worcester clothing store clerk typist and
    Likes to chew gum and smoke Speaks In a husky tone but at a with arcent. Has worl.ed, as a
    irk Became naturallzefhis Mass., and prior to iftsuming dutiesas bookkeeper. Not known to drink.
    high pitched level Seldom wearsa
    occasionally. Has been writer, organizer and lecturer.
    | father In 1919 attended known to drive a 1950: four-doot a full time functionary of the 5 hat, Eyes have a staring appearance Smokes a pipe and cigarettes. In
    York City public schools Communist Party, Steinberg work u Was convicted on October 14 the past has suffered from hernia
    Chevrolet sedan.. Also travels b I Likes to hunt, flah and
    time > ed meat 1940 for violation of Smith Actand and other complications which necessitated
    i at one a professional air. as a cutter In New York play golf
    In the past has worked as a
    jell player being known as and New Jersey Attended gram. I sentenced to five years' Im- medical treatment. Has
    l/ittie Marron." writer lecturer electrician and mar and high school In Lithuania prHonment and $ift.OOt) fine, War resided In New York since 1950

    machine shop worker.1LVAREZ' 1938, In New York rant for his arrest W.a. Issued by
    City Has been Prior to that time lived In Chicago,
    the U S. District Court New York
    and was naturalized In MarchIn
    HI, and Detroit Mich. Was indicted -
    -- ----
    the Communist Party since about City, on July 2, 1951, when he failed

    STORE Men's Clothing 1936 and was at one time an or. to appear In the court, for commitment -, by a Federal Grand Jury In

    Established 1891ily I1I1 ganizer In New Jersey. Also held I to prison New York 'on June !:>., lost:
    other offices in the Communist .. I

    Party In Camden County New EDWARD JACKSON JR. To The Editor
    Jersey, and In 1943: became. Chair. Bradford County Telegraph

    Out of Town for Vacation? man of the New Jersey' State Communist James Edward Jackson Jr., I In reply- to Mr. Baker' recent SCARCE ?
    !Make Your Summer Headquarters Party. HII parents twc Southern Regional Director of the article In hU "Flshln's Fun" column
    sisters and three brothers resideat Communist Party USA, was in- about the set line fishermen
    a at theGUIDON Worcester, Mass. Steinberg d.rted: by a Federal Grand Jury In Robert George Thompson, convicted with the 2,100 hook-line baited

    claimed at one time that he had a New York on June 20, 1931, on a Oct. 14, 1919 for violation of with live fresh water shrimp 1 J NOT WITH US !
    Smith Act Sentenced to three '
    GRILLEAT heart murmur. \ charge of conspiracy to advocatethe would like to say:
    and J10.0OC
    years' Imprisonment
    t violent.overthrow. .f' the *
    fine. To start with: Mi. Maker uaef '"
    One :of the, convicted com
    MEALS AT THE BEST: Property Transfers government munlHt Party leaders who are now a heresay story end that giver CEMENT
    Description: Ago :.16, born, November him a loophole to get out at The
    FQIIGKT: THE REST fugitives from justice. A description -
    I IIf \v. O and Clyde Collins recentlysold 29. 1914 Richmond Vlr. fisherman' mentioned evidentlycame METAL ROOFINGEverything ;
    of 1s follows !- Most
    the 40 acres. they purchase glnla; height, 5'\ 6 1-2"; weight Thompson an from Lochloosa or Crow IlKOiNZE SCREEN WIKEASHKSTOS
    50c LUNCHEON"'
    IS STILL :
    'v few yeArs ago to Mr. and Mrs tan/. pounds; build, nipiliiim; hair. Creek, judging by (tie size of hli .
    Age 36, born June 21, 1015 at SIDING
    black, curly bald In front To Build
    W Rigclon, Starke. Amount of : ryes lines, us the fishermen arounc" ,
    Grants Pass, Oregon; height l\\ .
    the transaction was 1300. They brown; race Negro; nationality 9 here do not tlHtI that large a line Repair or ASPHALT SHINGLES
    1.2"f 170
    weight pounds
    ; eyesdark
    had purchased the property In American; scars and marks, small hair Since those boys are away down RemodelGUARANTEED* MASONRY: MIX
    brown brown thick
    1948 from Mr and Mrs. E. W. star scar outer corner of left eye. another country and would prob-
    Hayes The oil and mineral fights Received a Doctor's DI'Jrelat\ straight; complexion light; build ably never see his article I will

    FOR SALE were excepted In both trans Howard University of Pharmacy muscular American; race, white; nationality Intercede for them us we all belong ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES

    actions. Washington, D. C. Has. resided In ; scars and marks, bullet to the same brotherhood
    wound left knee INCOKI'OIIATKD:
    Mr and Mrs Norman Carpenterand Richmond Va.; Washington, D. C.; In the first place It taken me If
    Attention Arlington Va.; and In Birmingham, Complexion sallow. Walks witha 726 So. Main St. Gainesville, Fla.
    Housewives and Truckers Sarah! Butler, Starke.! recent. minutes to bait 100 hooks with
    slight hop or limp from wound In
    ly sold their holdings In Temple'i Has been employed as a left cut bait and I think that la pretty
    knee. In has driven
    past a
    INEAPPLE PRESERVING PEARS Sub-division to Mr. and Mrs druggist, labor organizer, wrU..rand 1948 good time. Allowing: the "child"
    green Chrysler four door sedan -
    George; H. Vanpfy for 2000.. lecturer Well groomed and that baited that fisherman. line.
    New York license 105874.
    NOW READYJOHN' John and Sarah McCormick I' neat in mustache appearance. Sometimeswears Has worked as machine operator( and put It on the racks the same Ic: i

    Hampton recently sold thelt, In a linoleum factory In Californiaand time that would be five hours and I
    property In Hampton to Carl C 19 minutes to hull the lines. Then
    H. DENMARK, Keystone Heights! Fla. as laborer In a cannery. Hat
    and Floy Cannon for $1, :SOO. ADDRESSESW. also worked at wheat harve..UnAand ) he loads them In his pickup truck

    or SANTE FE STOCK FARM Mr. and Mrs Charles A. barby lumbering In Oregon. and drives up here to the sand ,
    I E. McCarthy, Box 83, Sherman
    I hill lake and runs them out with
    have bought out the ,
    interest own
    I Miss.Miss Speaks slowly and usually car.
    ed In Darby's Market by Mr. and lies briefcase. his outboard motor just before
    Mrs, John Morgan Darby. The Naomi Wilson, 11 Alllica dark A mighty long time to keep TO PLEASE !

    amount paid was $4.500. I' Lane, Larchmont, N. Y. shrimp alive on a hook and 'out ol

    RIS. George Flynn Jr., care Burns Fort Bragg. N. C. the water. An absurdity I'd airy' .
    Je NEWBERN STUDIOS"THE Mr and Mrs. Edward J. Dahm-
    cr have recently sold their Starke Drug Store, Leesburg Fla. Mrs. O. B. Flynn 3.v: Palmetto "Very nearly every hook had i r
    H. P. Hoerlg. 2S1.1 N. 62nd St.. Ave., Daytona Beach Fla. big blue-gill bream on It," Mr
    ROVING; PHOTOGRAPHERS" home to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold D Milwaukee 10 Win. Mrs Roy M.\ Ward. 632 N. Baker reported Well even If we ReconditionedModel

    "Allen: Jacksonville, for J7.50O, Albert O. Krune, care A R. C Marlon St., Lake; City Fla. concede that not quite all of them 12 I

    did have a bream on, say just sn \

    IDDINT.S .. PORTRAITS .- COMMERCIAL even Z.DOO did that Is fair enough

    Reunion Ends 29-Year Search Of Son For His Mother /according Now a large to what blue Mr.gill Baker,will weigh/said.

    Studio Open All Day Saturdays --- ---- ----- from one to one and a half poundsso
    The reunion held In Lawf y recently -
    his own he hurried to Perry hopIng we will be fair and nay that
    by members of the Cruce to catch her. However, she they,; just averaged one pound each.
    Wednesday* 6 P.M. to 8:30: P.M. family was far more than just I'' r had left when he arrived and that That makes a flat 2poo pounds olbream
    family reunion. It marked the' end,I ..
    : was the last he saw. or heard of het quite a catch even for a
    of a 29-year-old search by Frank Until'recently. I set line fisherman The poor boy. .

    S X 10 Portraits-$3.00 Cruce, Lnwtey farmer, for hU He said he had just about given It must have taken him aever.' .1! ::
    mother. 'I
    all hours and four or five boat load
    up hope when he received pletter
    Cruee became separated from to get them out of the lake, and I''
    s from his I
    uncle In
    his mother after a seriesof Tampa I
    years ago that the second
    PORTRAITS THE MODERN WAY' unfortunate circumstances Invaded with whom he stayed In constant i pl..k'UF1f
    > the hill
    touch, spoiled on while he
    saying he had located his i
    their and broke :
    family upthe mother was taking the first load home.
    home. He had almost given t She and forwarded her address On the other hand. If h* did

    up hope of ever seeing her alive was living In Valdosta and throw them back In the lake
    aMr. > ATEXTRA
    I Ia even though It was late. In the
    again when he finally found her .. Baker said they would all
    afternoon when he received the COST
    'I few weeks ago In Valdosta Ga. letter would bn dead or would die when
    he In the
    Jumped car with
    when his father -
    The trouble began
    his wife he took the hook out of them. And
    and and
    son headed for
    Jack Cruce was convicted ol Georgia In about three or four hours time, ,

    killing a man and sent to the as hot as the water Is now, they
    State Prison Farm to serve a term i "We drove up to the house", h, ,would form a gas Inside their l; r
    of life imprisonment After five said "and I knew her the minuteI
    FULLY bodies and rise to the top then
    EQUIPPEDthe his mother saw her." HI..n. said "Il'i I. SPRAYER
    or six years gave u; u float to the lee side of the lake
    hope of his father ever being released her. You can see Uncle John al I fa ,.
    I and pile up along the shore In e "' .h..II.. / aalet
    and married another man over her." And It was. She came large, long pile. Two thousand. .....yll.. see. a awinwre

    most modern and efficient equip- Tom Register Ironically, Jack home with him to spend two weeks round* !I. a good pile In any man'i COMPLETEwith el.' __
    ment available to the profession is Cruce was parolled. a few yean After being separated from hei and meet the grandchildren she ; language. Then the buzzard

    used by this funeral home in maintaining later and died only recently stir tons for 29 years Mrs. Jack Cruce had never seen. would come and feed on them for 5 !

    its well known standard of a free man.Shortly poses happily at recent family re Then, when her 73th: birthdayrolled several day and all tile spore 8 attachments '

    Service.DeWITT following his mother'ssecond union with (left to right) William around last ,week they heUa fishermen and everyone around
    marriage, five of the ICV..Dchlldrea family reunion and all her children that lake would see and smell al'tho.tle
    "Doc", Marvin James
    (grandson), ,
    were sent to the Children' but two attended.
    The missing
    filth and tell
    I everyone aboutIt r-USf HANDY
    and the
    Frank one who found tier
    Home Society In Jacksonville because daughter wasn't there and FulaZ;
    ont In 10 counties. Absurdity No 2. I II
    C. JONESPhone time. were bard and she son refused to come, saying he If a friend of yours actually I r

    7 Starke, Fla. felt that she couldn't adequatelycare She was rapidly adopted and adop. ; "just knew" she couldn't he hU knew of such a set line with all I ACME H

    for them. The other twe lion authorities won't tell anyone mother the bream on It, why go to a I i

    |Funeral Director Ambulance Service were already grown and married where she 1st or what her present "But" Cruce said. "we sal sports writer with all this Information I 40* W. Forsyth >St.Jlacksonvllle .

    local Sooner or later they were ar name Is. She la the only one still around listening to her tell what ? Why not /go to a eonuervalion Fla. J __ ,
    funeral home enables as to offer conveniences and adopted. and raised by foster par. missing. all had happened since the family officer? We have 100 of I --e.- ..1

    service not otherwise available. eau who prohibited them from. Cruce said he received: word ol broke up and we began remembering them In Fla., and they are all very Vacuum Stores. Inc. \

    seeking their true relatives. his mother while living with hit her and things that hap anxious to do their duty. That U .1 I

    Now that they're grown they foster. parents In Mayo !In 1924 pened when we were lit tie kids what I would dj under similar I.IUD interested ln a FREE home demonstration of this!

    funUala t the highest type senrle. at lowest prices and stay In constant contact with each but they wouldn't allow him te We knew she was our mother." circumstances I Electrola.' : Vaeuam.ae.D for 12.." at no obllwulo. to me.1KAMI ,

    A..I' life Insurance policy In force, lss.&d by ANY other with the exception of the leave and try to find her. ThenIn "., I could Just locate my young. No hard feelings Mr. Baker i ,

    COInpeGT. u payment In part or la full on a fuaeratConsultation youngest daughter. She was only 1929. he heard that she was est sister now" he said "'I'd be Just stick to the facts and I am i OIUI |

    carries no obligation. six months old when the children visiting her blind brother In Perry entirely satisfied Seems like a for you.Just fen JhtOM -.ter .

    \lest saw her In the foundling home. and being old enough to be out on miracle, mother" another Old sot-Liner I n Are I
    just finding s-
    my u '. O. Ada...,, fMw ..... latae 9asss.. -"-
    B. B. Har aw r r w r e
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    \oiHt: TO U'I'F.U' -, ib<- I'1.o.IItrr.. Attorney. T Frank I ,.Iliii,. ,). .Huh n"-'w.! "-I' .fin)tail. f".,neon ,'' lonsuiutlvn pUII""nn.' of AiiKiiHt', A.H., 1UD1 at my off i ,, ordl
    rosbY' POLITICAL I mdi'im, Still kc. Florida. and f.I'll Tule- In tile Court House In the City nfStarke ,
    I.IF Elected Veep Of Registration Group ; i In t Ircull Court llradford.. Coo sir.rlurlilni .'' ,, oriKitml In the offliB ".r "V I \\ !1. '111" the lli.idfuid County : Bradford County Florida. 110"
    I In lanncrry.U.rn. 'I. ik of thi. circuit Court on "' 'h. "" r OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas. .
    "i'mted; ( 'I
    01 AuKUnt
    Says Bradford Will Not Have To Redistrict ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR I Iliis I 1I..d..y. Pl.nntlff.: V.. All- I 1"f,.i the 10th day of September, )9Blj; 1951. thli 17th day Clerk of the Circuit Court Eighth f. I

    I IHI /lanl.. D..r..n.J..III ,,T Irwin.> the ullea-aMpna of Judicial Circuit, In and for Iiracl. ",
    Can No. UU '. b.. taken all con- OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.Clerk 'n
    :MAYOR) I |10 i .inplalnt. will ( ford County Florida, In Channrry.
    Albert I. 01 I ..... of the Circuit Court. on." ..
    Crosby Supervisor \".lIr. Apn I i Myrtle 'li. Deaver, Deputy Clerk. .
    Rot:'stratlon for Bradford County will be mailed) out between every To The Citizens of Starke Florida: I T,,: Anna SmOte)'. whose rtsl- I ;Thli I : :r..lfc..u..h.1I be publlaheda : Dy: Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk fly Barton; T. Douglas Solicitor for W.kgropi, .9,
    71 4 ClreenwlchHi consecutivekK Bj f 4C VLtIn ] '
    ifncf anil ndrtre i I" each week for four j
    and his chief deputy. Marian, .January 1 and February 31 preceding I wish to announce my candi- ..( New York 14. N.w York: "\)0'...kit In the Bradford County Plaintiff Oa.ne.vme.. 103 Florida..North. Main Street, 1)1ll./ I "
    I election: I dacy for re-election as your Mayor.I y"u'are hereby notified that ault Icffraph.' .
    , Crosby. attended the meeting ol general for Dlvnrtn )lia, been tiled I Th* flrcnlt Court itt Florida 8124 ft 9111 (O 'FI'' I II
    Slate registration supervisors In The form, returned shall ad. bave served you conscientious uKiiln.t you In th. above nam..d I !<.itod ibis SIb day of AiicnM, 1991. KlKhlk Judicial Circuit. lu And Korllrndrord .
    18th. ly and honestly, and when you hon I'"Ult and IUUHII and you are reiulrd KlKFlCIAL' SBAL) A. J. Thomas, ( ounly. In ( hnnceryHal KOTICH TO APPEAR P.y Ar, "
    Sebrlng on August 17th whether the I
    vise the supervisor I Circuit Court. Wood !Swink.. I'lalntiff'
    Clerk of the
    with this office again I to nerve a copy your an- In Circuit Court, Bradford County ;;
    Among tho various questions dIn elector's status has. changed from or awur lOr' pladlnirii to the complaint Ilv: Myrtle T. beaver, Deputy ClerkXOTICB v.. VIVORCE Florid In Chancery
    will serve you for thIS next two Plaintirri '. aLto H 8:31: Harriet Jean Smith Swlnk. 1><- "
    to the revIHedelecttori n thu .
    CUHHPI pertaining that of the registration record. :. rJ'l I Curtlsa H. Sutphln. Plaintiff vs.Earlln .
    the same as I have In the Frank Landrum. $tnrk, Jendant.
    E. Defendant.
    code. passed In the last to return year off I... or the V Sutphln
    Name of elector failing file the orlnlnul' In the APPEAR IOTICB. TO *PIn ..1'1& Case No.
    Aesalon of the Legislature wan the the forma within this period past.On ('Iurk of thn Circuit Court on or b.. fonrt.TO nrndfurd County The \...,.. Of '..he ...... .,f Florida Notice To A p peer. 8621 Dr.

    re-dlstrlctlng; of the varIous counties ahall have their name withdrawnfrom the record that have made oihcrwi<,re ine. 17th Ills day lleicatloni of Hepiembfr.i>f 1961 aaldComplaint ; I In.'.,..Circuit.I..n'. iiI Clinncery.Kalph To: Harriet Jean Smith Swlnk' a I To: Mm. Earlln 1']. Sutphln' Seymour R. Ma
    active vote non-resident of the State of Florida address
    I Plaintiff
    am soliciting your K OunnlnR. vs. whoM residence and U; 823
    that had part of an election books. Thl will be taken as con- I but who l I. resident of Scriinton' .
    the registration and support in my campaign for fe.iecl by you. Mary' I.. nunnln., I""a. a East Sixth Street, LlttU' Mock Arklisas'
    dlntrlct In a town or city of l.BOC\ : Is not to be confused with registration Thin notice. shall b. publlnheilonro ; 8615otlce : Pennsylvania, residingat 38 New OPTmlETRIST
    re-election. four eonnecutlv > To Appear. I Yolk" Street "'Scranton Pennsylvania Von are hereby notified that a I Eyes
    ach week for I > Exal17il1ed
    population or over.
    but la a method to be used Respect fully"yours, wovka In the Uradford County Tele"rf I To: Mary L. ilunnlng, whoRe residence It Is hereby ordered that you are ult for Divorce has been filed
    Under the old code, all ruraldlatrlcta for keeping the permanent registration J. R. Wainwright; ,iut. 4 ) r d this ISth day of August Rhode lal..n<\. I September A. D, 19bl, before and cause. and you are required Fir'
    Jiad to be from list to date. I
    separated up list. You are hereby notified that 03sttlt the above entitled Court In mid to serv a copy of your .n. 121 W.
    the city district when any townor Crosby reminded new comers I FOK CIIIEFOF POLICE (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomaa.M .I for Divorce baa been filed cHtise. aa required. by law to the Hwer. or pleading the complaint Ph. 219 Call SL
    of the Circuit Court. In the above named Complaint for Dlvorc filed nicalnstyou. the Plaintiff's Attorney, 'I'
    had of city a population over of Slarkt
    to the county that the registration To the Voters : ClerkOTIIK I : and should file appearance -
    , : By Myrtle T. Passer Deputy Court .and cause and you are re.on j you your Frank Landrum. Stark. Florida
    1.500 people. Starke was in thl:: books are open In the lIupervl or" I am again this year a candidatefor silT 4t 98 I I red to serve a copy of your an. on said date with the Clerk .

    category and without the recent office In the Court House every re-election as your Chief of I I .swer. the or flaliitirfs pleading to Attorneys.the complaintI Evan of the at Circuit Stark. Court. Florida at. the you CourtHouse are .
    APp a"
    V change the city would have had Saturday morning. Should anyone I Police. I have' been a law enforcement In Circuit> (..... .t. Bradford (.....t,..ST I .n KMins: and. Neal D Kvons: Jr. then hereby ordered and required to HfflU ..

    to be re-dlvlded and a new district wish to register! during the week. officer In Starke for the Florlilai. In ( unncerr.A 101 Law Exchange BulldlnK.. JackKonvllle serve a copy of your Answer to the
    I lyre Folry Cudahey, Plaintiff vi, Florida and file the Complaint/ for Divorce an may be
    created under the new electioncode He may do 10 at the Armory on past 23 years the last four yean Louis Cudahey Defendant. original In the office of the Clerk filed In thlacaime by you, upon Bar. Let Us Thoroughly

    the dlatrlct, precinct or poll- Temple Ave. Residence requirements of which I have served as Chief, Cane No. 'UO <.f the Circuit Court on or before ton T. DotiKlaii. Plaintiff. solicitorIn to
    shall not be :%o lc. To Appear.To the 24th dnv of September, 1951 : the above entitled cause and
    Ing place changed must
    state that a person and during this entire period I Louis 'Cudahey. whoa* reildene otherwise the allegations of said Court, whose address Is 103 North Wash Your Clothes
    without the consent of four members have resided in the State for one have always performed my duties and address I.: 31! East SCBth Complaint will Iou taken as confessed :Main Street Gainesville, FloridA. on PULP WoCROSS
    of the board of county commissioner for six Street Bronx, New York by you. or before the lath day of October
    year and In the county to the best of my ability. I You are hereby not tried that. a Thla notice shall be published A. D., Still ; and 'In the event of 9 Pound.
    j I and the supervisor of months before becoming eligible I I appreciate the help and support Mull for Divorce and restoration once each week for four consecutive failure to file an Appearance or an TIES
    registration In a joint meeting. of maiden nam, baa been filed weeks. In the Bradford County Tele Answer .aa required. herein and In
    ; to vote. given me by the good people For 40c! and
    I against you In the above named graph. default thereof respectively' a Decree Ti4Will
    / The Board of County Commissioner of Slarke during the past yeart I I I Court .and cause anti you are r*. Dated thla Sftlh day nf August Pro ('onf"R.o11 be entered

    ';' and the supervisor may, II and promise that If I am again returned -.quired I to serve a copy of your an. 1951. against you for either of auch fall FREE Bleach If Desired t ;
    ( wer or pleading to the complainton lure hv you to file an Appearanceanl'nr
    '. requested by official action qf a to the office of Chief thatI ,I the Plaintiff Attorney T Frank (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas, an ..wP". for the relief demsndunl Temple Ave. Stark 0

    <: municipality or If practical and RURAL will continue to exert my every iLandrum, Stark, Florida and file Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk In the Complaint
    Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy
    ;\ desirable have precinct boundaries COMMON SENSEBy effort to maintain law and order I Clerk'he original of the. Circuit In the Court office on of or the b*. Fry 8124 4t 911f filed,That.Is' the fnr nature divorce I ,of wherein the suit the as o Pay

    I, conformed to municipal.bound- and to promote the welfare of our fore Ihe 17th day of September, IflUt : Plaintiff Hal. Wood Swlnk seeks
    I arlea.t Spud JuhniionUEFOKK otherwise the allegatlona of ald MITICH To APOK.All divorce from you, Harriet Jean WeWIII Highest Cash P
    City. will b token a* confea'ard ,
    Complaint *
    I.. Circuit ..a... nrndferd County, Smith Swlnk. the Defendant ".A
    1 Crosby who was elected 2nd W. E. Thornton This by nolle you. shell b* published Florida In (.nnncrry.Minnie VIVCULO !MATRIMONH". Your Clothes FOR ANY=' SIZES B
    : vice prealdent of the aupervisoraassociation Chief of Police once each week for four consecutive Prlngle Smith Plaintiff va. That the above entitled cause was
    PLANTS! Keltun Smith, Defendant.Case. Instituted In the Eighth:: JudicialCircuit
    BUYING week In the Irrailforil County:
    i for the upcoming year, Bradford
    No. 8620otlee In and ror County,
    ; said that under the new election rilOM OUT-OF-H1ATE" FOR CHIEFtF POLICE: T.l.ruiph Dated thla 15th day of August \ To Appear.To In ,Chancery at "Rtarke.' Florida and For 20c

    code the cupervlsor will mall) BE SUKE ABOUT THEM: To The People of Starke: 951. : Feltnn Smith' whose residenceand that the title of the miss la, HAL,
    OFFICIAL: SRAL A. J. Thomas address. Is: 1'nknown WOOD SW1NK' Plaintiff vs HAR- In New Automatic DrierI SEE.: .
    form out to each qualified elector cannot obtain the kind ot I hereby offer myself a* a candidate ( Clerk nf the circuit Court You are hereby notified that .a RIFIT .IRAN: SMITH 8WINK.: : De.'endant. .

    I In the county to be filled In If you Florida for the office of Chief of By :Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk stilt for Divorce and restoration of .
    want from a ha. been filed It Is further ordered that. tItle
    i and returned within 30 days after plants you be sure" the out-of-.tatenursery Police of the City of Starke. I Sill 41 FNOTlCF3 against maiden you name In the above named Nnll... to. Appear and lor Order shall 0 A. E. Mel

    I nursery, Intend to conduct clean honest and and ie published. once each week forfolir
    . the notice I. postmarked. These which : from you I'MDRIt .quired to ....v. a copy of your an. 'n consecutive weeks In the
    campaign. If elected I, return At Starke
    sells only Inspected PYadford Countv TaxISPHONE
    them Is reliable and wer or pleading; to the complaint Telegraph.newspaper n
    ij for your confidence, promise you Fir'MTIOf :NAMK '..AWTO on the Plaintiff Attorney George published In Bradford
    FREE and certified plants the people of Starke two things: WHOM IT MAT TOSCEnN: I r.' Patten. Starke, Florida and file (Bounty. Florida, and that said news. The Washeteria 150
    J. C. Goodwin, State Plant Board Notice l In hereby given that theimterufvned. I I She: original In the Office of the paper Is r>f a general circulation.,
    that ((1)[ ) to enforce the law at all times ptirauant to the Flctlloui rierk of the Circuit Court on or be- end ,Is published In said County and StarKe Fli
    For Prompt FREE Removal nursery Inspector, offers suggestion Nnme Statute, Itonne Pill No. Stat,.
    to the very bent of my ability with fore the 24th day of September 1151 ;
    to all rural and city folks I 175.. Chapter No. Z of Dead, Crippled, & Worth. for making It justice[ and falrnesa to all and Florida.. 1941. will register with tha I Complaint will b* taken aa confessed -
    : and his reason partiality to none ((2) to remain.ob..r Clerk of the Circuit (Court In and by you. .
    less Cattle Mules t
    Horses !
    merit the attention and consideration at all times and to conduct for' Bradford"' County, Florida upon I Thla notice shall he published
    & Hogs of who I la thinking receipt of proof of the publication I once each week for four consecutive.
    anyone myself In accordance with the of thla notice, the fictitious name I weeks In the Bradford County Tele. tOWN!

    ; about buying nursery plants. rules of gentlemanly conductwhl..h to will: I grnph.Dated. S Iii
    Call 132, StarkeWE First, he points out aome Florida should be observed by fig Dad Manufacturing Co., Inc. I this 22nd day of August VALUES
    under which engaged iniiialneaH ttsi
    on we are I BiGGEST
    ALWAYS COME: I IV Ii people have been every holder, of a public office In Starke, Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas
    "bargain" offer. of plants and I earnestly solicit the vote and.. Florida: I Clerk' of the Circuit CourtPy
    i Florida Renderers second. buying uninspected and uncertified That the partieS Intereated In said Myrtle T. Deaver, Denutv Clerk
    out-of-state support of each of you and, If huain.aa. enterprIse are! I). R. 8lc- I 824| 4t 9114OTICK
    plants from loff. Jr. Lexington. C. and Jacksonville -
    elected I pledge myself to the task
    INC.Announcing .
    In bringingIn Kin
    concerns may > TO APPK4KIn .
    of diligently serving the people of .
    A. T.fTlnKtnn N. C.
    10. Rlcelofr
    : here now. Circuit .
    that Is not .ur. llrsdtiird County,
    a pest Starke throughout the term of F. t,. Slcclorr I.exlnittnn N. C. rlitrltlnt In Chancery.
    Mr. D. H. Hlceloff Sr.. Lexington,
    It U all right to buy plant. from office. N. C. Clifton I'nttvrstin Plaintiff vs.

    concerns In other states provided Respectfully r.. P. Slceloff. Lexington N. C. .Minnie Louise Patterson. Defendant.Cane '

    1 what he' V iS;. J. Nelere, Jr, LexIngton, N. C. No. 8802 .
    the purchaser know Earl F. Mile \otfc To App. .
    Dated thla 10th dnv of AuifuntA. ATKOCH'DRUG
    getting and the plant are Inspect ,* D. 1451 at "Htarke' Ttradford To: Mamie Louis I'atteraon, STORE

    ., V, ed and certified. There have been FOR CITY corxcit. County, Florida. whose You residence nre hereby la: notified Unknown that .a ,(
    alto| 4t 8131XOTICK
    . \ ESTABLISHMENT!: In which buyerl suit for Divorce ha. been filed
    1 cases however An a citizen of the City of Starke -

    order plants from other states and I "announcing my candidacyfor Court against and you cause In the and above you are named required MEMO BOOK

    ,, CRUMP received legally "peaking" exactly re-election as a member of the OF RI.RCTIOV to serve a copy of your an. 5
    .1 number and kinds City Council In the Electionof r. J. R W"lnwr"rhl.Iayop! of ewer or pleading to the complainton "Big Value" 3x5 ruled 64 sheets
    :' the City atarke. Florida by virtue of the the Plaintiffs Attorney. Zach H. . a a
    ENGINEERING they ordered, yet they) were very Sept. 11, 1831.: My candidacy authority vested In me by law, do Douglas, 505 Lynch Building Jack

    much disappointed 'with .what they 1* based on striving to make hereby pall an. election to he heldt sonvllle, .Florida and file the .0 PENCIL LEADS
    & CONST. CORP. the City Hall In the aforesaid original In She office of the Clerkof I 5
    i titarke a larger and more prosper town by the qualified voters on the Circuit Court on or beforeIhe thin or standard size -
    ; got.For . . .
    the Plant ous town, and also a cleaner and Tuesday, September II, 198 I. for thepnrpoee 14th day of Seutember 1951;
    thl reason,
    10321IendrIcks AYC. more decent place In which to live. of electingh following; otherwise the alleoMtlon.. of said
    Board Inspector explain the buy. offlcera: -V Complaint. will ba ti.kere aa confessed FOUNTAIN PEN INKS
    Jacksonville Florida should know about the concern Your vote and support will be sincerely <.... Mnvor for Tw ,.."... by you. _
    er appreciated. Thanks! One I'..I.t..f Police for Two ThiN notice shall b* published FREE WITH $LOO PURCHASE
    ''" selling the plants and what to expect Venra. once each week for four consecu. --- ,,
    ::J/t- for his money. If he doesn't .. .... -W, T .(Billy) Jackson Ono fltF Clerk.. '1'._........ Tat live weeks In the Bradford County
    4...epiNi.r and ,... Collector for Two Telegraph. WAX CRAYONS
    he Is taking a 20I
    know these things FOR CITY COUNCIL Yenra.Inepectora. Dated thla 20th tiny of August
    Registered" chanc on being very much dlsap- I wish to offer my services to nf aalil. election: 1951. top quality; 16 rich colorsZIPPER . .
    F O Memmlnvway (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
    f LAND SURVEYORS polnttd. .1._ .II" ....,. i ... the people of Starke as a memberof W :tr. Kdwarda Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1

    : and CIVIL ENGINEERS also should be the City Council. subject to the I*. M Oalnea. By! Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk a '
    I The purchaser T. H. William. 8,24, 4t 9114 BELMONT SPECK
    sure the plants he orders from out election to be held on Tuesday. S. R PparkaTaul -

    of the stat will have a chance tc Sept. 12. I regret that my business In nnvmonil XOTICK TO APPEARIn Blacki
    testimony whereof. I hereuntoauhncrlbe
    i grow In Florida, a* numerousplants doe not permit me the time mv name .and caune 'th> Florlilnt Circuit. In Court< hnncery.Carolyn Itrsdrnrd. County. BINDERS or 3 ring.

    : that grow fine In other to call on all of you and solicit mural of the said town to he- hereuntoaffixed M 1. Mlecakownkl Plaintiff "BIG : :

    states do not do well here. If he your vote personally but I will .A. D. 1451.iorprrttr, thla. the sth day of August, vi. Janlo Mlecakowskl i; Defendant VALUEPC $1.5OVALUE .

    ; i ; has any doubts about a partlculai greatly appreciate your consider Mnvor.Attem .8RAW J. R. Wainwrlirht. Notice To Appear.To Case No. 8819

    ATTENTION spec lea. It Is advisable for him tc atlon and your support at the : Carl John; City Clerk dene: Janln la: Unknown.Mlvckuwskl whole real PENCILS, SPLIT COWHIDE

    see his county agent about It, polls, tile| Ct 07| You are hereby notified that a 0

    '/ The reason-avoiding the dan- Junlus Nt. Smith suit for Divorce and custody of _ Brown pebble-grain finish geniiIne /
    V If You Have :I'I'ICK. TO APPFMHIn minor child has been. filed d
    ger of bringing pests Into the state FOR ('ITYCOIJNCII. Circuit. (Court. Bradford Conntr, against you In the above named .. ; leather cover.2 or 3-ring size, -"
    } I the Klorldnt In ( hnncerr. Court and causa and you are required .
    PINE OR CYPRESS --III highly Important to purchaser TO THE CITIZENS of STARKE: 0 II. Jordan. Plaintiff v.. Sallle to serve a copy .,t your .answer trigger operated. 2 long pockets.Ccoaeuiy .
    ,I- and to the whole atate Jordan, Defendant or pleading to the complaint
    TIMBER TO SELL. Several plant diseases that arc For the past six years I have Ca. No. 598Motlce on tIle Plaintiffs Attorneys, Evan Assorted !
    I served as a member of the City To Appenr. f03J: "; and' Neal D. Evans, Jr, cotors
    present In some other state arc To: Halllo Jordan whoiie residence. Law Exchange BuildingJack. :0 tifli7.? metallic/ Buy/ &
    Large or Small Tracts not in Florida. and the Plant Council and for the past twc and addreaa la: t'nknown. onvllle.. Florida .and file the original No,2fea,; 2-or3-punch,

    Board endeavors to bar these disease years as Chairman of the Street You are hereby notified that a In the office of the Clerk nf the wide ruled. [
    hut for Divorce ha. been circuit' Court on or before the 24th
    We Buy All by Inspection and certification -. Committee. All Chairman the ngalnat you In the above; named day of September, UBI ; otherwise e PACK OF 12 33c FILLER PAPERMECHANICAL Big count!..
    needs the Street Committee I have devotee Court and cauna and you .are required She allegations of said Complaint
    but It cooperationof
    to nerve a copy of your anwrr will b. taken as confessed by you. -
    full' time
    PAY TOP my In supervising el'street -
    PRICESWrite others. An Inspected aid certified or plendlna. to the complainton Thla notice shall he published
    plant I 18 free of such pests work done In the City. In the Plalntlffa Attorney, T. Frank once each week for four consecutive
    0 l.nndrum Starke. Florida and file weeks In the Bradford County Tel.
    but an uninspected and uncertlflec recent months my main project the grsph. 404 p ge PENCIL Ass't'd colors
    orlrlnal In tha office of '
    'HtR _ _ _
    has been the widening of Dated tItle 21st 1 _
    plant may not be free of them. Alligator Clerk of the Circuit Court on pr .h.1. dny of August, ? .
    or Call Creek and In that connection 1 for the 10th day of September, : 1951. =g= tO.Uses4"stafldard
    Thus, the buyer who investigate otherwise the allegatIon of sal,), OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomni.r. Vjt'f _
    was able to secure the use of a Clam lk
    before he from out-of- Complaint will be taken a. confeneid lf She Circuit Court -
    buy. plants leads.
    dragline from the State Road Department by you. Myrtle T. Deaver. Dcnuty Clerk .
    B.T.THOMASLUMBER state nurseries I Is protecting hit Thl. notice nh.nl h" publlnhei 'IH H 9If, \
    work this _
    to on
    project once each week for four 1S -
    own money and helping to protect connecutlvtweeke - -
    a t no cost to the City of Starke In the Pradford County NOTICK TO APPR4R
    Florida from pects that arc In Circuit {'earl. and e 1
    crops Telearaph.Hate Brnufnrd ,
    CO. County,
    Due to the Road s,0cJ3 COMPOSITION ruled wire binding "
    Department 8
    not in the state now, Mr. Goodwtn thla ash day of Atiguit Florlnnt In C5aceery.Albert ef BOOK 10V4 x ;
    time schedule the dragline had tc 195 1. Fort, Plaintiff vi. Yvonne
    PHONE 211-J count. a"
    says. OFFICIAL I.ecler Fort. Iies.S'11'OIfllUR TABLETS 2- or 3-punch ruled big .
    be moved to another location but ( SEAL A 3. Thomas D"r..nd..nt.CaR. \ ;
    I O. liox 735 Clerk of the circuit Court No. tttt edge .
    STARKE FLA. I have been assured by the propet ; fly Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk :?... ..* To Appenr.To al\\on'jl'l\s. 12" RULERS Simplex easy reading scale; brass t'.11t''

    )Midget. Pencil Sharpener Ideal officials that the draglln will be ____ 1/10| 4t !ll1OTICM residence: Yvonne and address lacier. Is Fort: Unknown whose aves c.nt PENCIL SHARPENER "Twin Cutter" . . '

    for home us*. Only 91.83.-Brad. returned to Starke for the purpose TO I'HK\H YOIt l are hereby notified that a COO\ lead "
    ford County Telegraph. of completing the wideningof In Circuit ,........ ....dt..d ('ccci,.. ult for Divorce ha. been filed # -aU LEAD PENCILS Supreme, ; none finer. No. 2 .iJl 1
    KlorMni In Cknneerr.Jiavld against :you In the above named ...: "
    ma9'8 .
    Alligator Creek within the neat Kmeraon Martin PlaintIff v.. Court and caua and you are re.nulred o I 10 TABLET Rexall "Big Count", 50 sheets ,I--

    .. future.' l.llley Shelley Martin Defendant to serve a copy of your an. '
    Ca. No itS? wr or pleading to the complaint MUCILAGE handy spreader top; f ,
    Within the past three weeks the ftetlee '1'. Appear. on the Plaintiff'. Attorney, T sheets . ,1r
    Every Branch of City's Dlllp sal Plant hm, undei To: Lllley Shelley: )Martin whoae Frank Land rum, Starke, Florida ce__ TABLETS Lord Baltimore linen finish" ; 32 r

    my supervision and direction been residence You are and hereby addreea notified I.: fnknown that a *of nl the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office on I Ior I ( _......... TYPING TABLETS 8 x 11 size; jumbo count. a i

    reconditioned to the extent that nit for Divorce ha. been filed before the t4th day nf September. I .
    INSURANCEALLAGENcY the State P.ard of Health has revised aa-alnut you In the .above named "fJ: thrwl. the allegation. of tI.U' = PENCIL ERASER old fashioned soap style . : : :'iii i
    1 onrt and ratiee. and you are .*. aid Complaint will b* taken. as I 0 .
    its rating- on the plant from Qulr..1 I I to eerve .a copy of your alt..wer confessed by you. _ _ BALL POINT PEN Slend-0-Rite() . . 1
    nr pleading to the pnmplalnt Thin notice shall b* published I 12 colors '
    In of
    being a state almost CRAYON
    requiring PENCILS box
    wood covered
    on the Plalntlffa Attorney T Frank one each week for four consecutive. I ,
    condemnation to a 1001 efficiency l.nndrum. Ptarke.' Florida and file week. In the Bradford County: Tel. I ,5StDt 1,5'E1 I :
    H. C. rating. the orla-lnal In the office of the graph. \'t\\t\\ -
    Cl.rknf the Circuit Court on or bo. Dat.d. thl. Und day of 't1.. -' 4'ue1'JtasrSitttI 1(5(
    In my service as a member 01 f.... the lothday of September' loll. Augu.t.OFFICIAL \ .ed .. i) _VALU : :1

    the City Council I have endeavored IUI! ; otherwise the allenatlona ol ( SEAL) A. J. ,.hom... i3tC ....

    PLEASE PHONE 146 to discharge the duties and re' con all f..Complaint.." by you.will be taken an Clerk of .the Clroult Court %t SPECIAL!
    Py.Myrtl: T. Deaver, D.t>ut", Clerk \\\bO FOUNTAIN PEN
    snonslbllltle of that position tc notice hull he publishedweeka
    Constant J4
    Service 4t
    Over' 50 YearsRB.ALVAREZ&SON onr. each w..k for four "on..cullre 914| 9.t\\ \\Sa
    the beat
    of the City ol in the PYadford County >OTICBNolle I KOCH'SPruz
    Starke. Telegraph.thatetl PRESENT THISCERTIFICATE AT
    hereby given
    I am a candidate to succeed! IU1. this Sth day of August. undersigned. I* engaged. In that business the ;: AND 69< ." St IOa

    myself on the Council, and If I ((0>FICT f. SF' :,T.) A J, Thomat. J under Newbern the fictitious Studio. Stark name* Bradford nf Chris ;; ;: I .

    TRANSFER AND am re-elected. I give you my; fly: Myrtle Clerk'T. Deaver.of the circuit Deputy Cnu"I..r"| County.; Florida and: Intend. to ;.\. \\\\S\\\"tt1 FOKONK OUNTAINJS
    register said .
    STORAGE CO. pledge that my full time will be ._ IllG! 4t I.IIXOTICK offlc. of Clerk fictitious of the Circuit name In Courtof the I : $1.00

    devoted to the best Interest of the Bradford (County Florida

    City. In Circuit ('"..TO. 0.4PPFMH..,... .'....,.. Woith J. Newhern. Sole Owner \\\
    b" Your active and florluni In ......'.". iJ4, 4t 9'14WOTtCn %
    aupport vote l
    Fvelvn: Johnaon .
    Shafer Plaintiff
    operate local will be sincerely appreciated.Paul a.ua-ene: Thomaa ..h.t.... DefendantT. ; va In Circuit"' C-mrt.WAPPKAM Mmuford Cease j3t II -e:

    e.g 5.ta.ca L. Bridges ....tea T. A...,,. No. .51. PioriCam In dMTUjvwy.Flossl EIO

    $nJ-IbeTe a E. S. To: Euvene Thnmaa Shafer wh.... '* William. Willis. Plaintiff, \ sturdy (Hk ket t*P-
    RfcJi with
    : va. W r Willi., gold finish metal
    _ !I I' FOR C'lTY COfNCI residence and .d.I.... I.: Unknown. lIP\ cap
    -. Ton are hereby notified thai n :No 1113 n I ...... point,
    NoticeTo 4pnenr.To Fun size gold. plated
    LCp1iPNT To the voters of Starke Fla. : suit for Divorce and restoration of C \ \ Cat *
    w. Willis, whose 1t
    In announcing my candidacy for maiden acalnat you name In the has above been filed Itfnknown.: resident Oft.. ..JlitU I steel tipped for long use. l tWI I IOK.

    STORAGE the City Council I wish to state Court and caune and you are named re.oulred .I nit You for are Divorce hereby: has notified that a \: 31. 1t11!
    that no one "put me up to run." to eerv a cope of :your an- against. von in the

    EACIUTIES I am running "on my own" and awer or pleadlna to the complaint Court and cause and abov you are named r*. - -

    Agents For : am asking your vote and aupport I quired to serve a copy of your answer -
    -q nr nlesdlnto the complaint'
    DELCHERBROS. on the basis of my record a* a port but I hope you will give mycandidacy I.tC the Plaintiff Attorney, 7ch I
    I private citizen and bualneu man. favorable II Douglas. tot Lvneh Building,

    !: See us first! Due to the demand. on ray time i| and cast a vote for me consideration on Septem ijat.k.oniU.She original. In Fl.l the
    I by my business I It will be Impossible ber 11. Clerk| of th. Circuit C"iirt on or beI I DRUG
    I the 14th day if September I
    _i V for me to call on everyone i I Sincerely, Ii. otherwise. I tho allegations ofi

    .1 I personally and ask for your<< sup- George Kopelouso. i said Complaint will' b* taken at --
    I' onfeaaed by you. -
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    : d' AUG31 PAGE 1951 ELEVEN J JE


    Meals At Guidon Grill Healthful Foods At S. R. Johns' Setzer's Low Prices On Quality Food

    !' : With All School Studentsho i&sm' "mmi. Provide Energy For School Children Boon To Budget...!.. Bound School Mothersplenty

    _____ Wit: economists predicting that her lime the fine frozen foods dupartment of fine wholesome food Is ing table, resulting In better appe-
    for 50c.
    lunch 4
    ; is always school I'I the '. "in living is going even at S. R. 'Johns' Is a lifesaver I "nuiHt" If the children are to remain tites and healthier bodies.
    >rm of We doubt that any other restai higher In the months to come, the Here. la a very few min- heallhv and full 0; pep during Seller's prices are rock-bottom.
    George Kope- rant anywhere could match thL hO\ll.clt'lves of Starke and vicinitywill 'I tit ell, the housewife who Is pushedfor the long fall, winter, and spring By aelllng1 for cash and by using
    GRILL.je bargain good food. That is why
    ';1UIDON have to use their Ingenuity time, can assemble a hearty school season. Educators and doctors "self-service' (where. customers
    the Guidon Is so popular .with the
    ,/ children going more than ever this winter to keep wholesome meal, packed with alike agree that health and select their purchases without
    Say to and from:I young folks. Even the ones on a I a 'S their school age children well nourished vitamins and rich, natural flavors. energy are essential to a child If clerks) method, Setzer's keeps'

    ilk, 10 think that J modest allowance can enjoy a with good wholesome food Frozen foods are economtcal, toO. he >Is to maintain good grades, par. overhead expenses down and passes
    them good, nourishing lunch that is sc
    part by serving ) 5 at prices the family budget will because there Is no waste involvedMr. ] ticipate In sports, and Keep absenteeism the savings on to satisfied customer
    good, ,whole- necessary if they are to have ______ that
    nis! a allow and Mrs. Johns realize at a minimum. In the form of lower prices.
    cost, energy enough to do their best .
    [ a reasonable That in why Mrs. Housewife Is the success of their business depends The sole purpose of SETZER'S Every mother has to watch her
    work In the classroom and on the L 1 J
    pq said. more appreciative than ever oi upon| satisfying their customers SUPER STORES In Starke lit tc pennies these days, for If she
    athletic field.
    of ser-
    an ten years the co-operation given by S. R both as to quality and supply the largest variety of fine doesn't she ople of Starke and Now the Guidon is open on Sundays In and are ever gratefulfor foods be found
    supplyingher to
    JOHNS GROCERY price they In any supermarket food bill far exceeding the budget.
    y.ll as thousands the of and George states that many All County Schools family with quality foods at the wonderful patronage thatIs In this vicinity to the peo- But still there Is no need to waste
    w\nt'r\ tourisW. families are taking advantage of 1 the moat reasonable prices. accorded them. That In why ple of Bradford and surrounding precious time "shopping around",
    1 has tablished a this new service so that mothercan Growing boys and girls need and they give so much of their personal counties at the lowest prices any When you buy at Setzer's you are
    J,'nutation for good go to church with the rest of deserve the best foods In order attention to the business where. When mothers do their assured of getting the lowest prices
    |t cleanliness, cour- the family and not have to stay : Open Mon., Sept. 3 that they might keep fit, both in and also why they have such a dally or weekly. food shopping at possible
    Lcg, and moderate home'and labor over a hot stove mind and body, and thus be able to firmly established. clientele of Seltzer's they are assured of Retting .
    Mothers don't If
    delay you'renot
    What a pleasure It Is for familiesto learn rapidly and also give a good I pleased patrons. their money's worth of fine,
    polaritY isn't hard tc dine to&vther in the cool, clean 8:30: A.M.Lawson's account of themselves on the Of course, it Is Important to guaranteed groceries and meats. already one. of Setzer's thousands -
    could of satisfied customers, stop
    or where atmosphere of the air-conditioned athletic field. Their bodies must make every penny couit, but lit The savings effected by tradingat '
    by today. See the real savings -
    to an appetizing Guidon. duringthe the time, no wise parent will very
    j --- be kept strong, especially same Setzer' allows housewives tc
    sting of meat two Come join the happy, satisfied winter. months, in order to want to sacrifice quality In ord'r add 1 variety to their shoppIng which in money and time that can
    [ nice salad, and hotor Market & Cold diseases that would endanger food will be be by shopping In this corn-.
    [ rolls for the un- family ot Guidon patrons. You StorageHas ward off to save a few cents on the reflected In better, more yours
    V of 50c. lr will agree that your food dollar their lives, as well as the bill. You are assured of both delicious meal* on the family din- plete, modern friendly food store!
    price lives their schoolmates.In I
    food prices, the goes further here Ulan anywhere of quality and economy when you buy
    Ing when the busy
    \these days
    A Fine Line of Meats & ProductsLawson's
    01 I serving its famous else.F housewife has many demands on at S. H. Johns Grocery. Philco Line OfferedIs By Nasworthy

    Market & Cold Stor- you can have the best at Lawson'.

    Is A Great Educational Aid; age Washington: located Street near ,the carries depot the on ,Lawson's The cold offers storage farm families facilities, and at Farm, Home & Auto Supply ReadyTo Tops In Radio T'V Refrigeratorsterms

    finer line of fresh meats and meat others. the opportunity to store ,

    Equipped To Sell & Service products available at mighty reasonable away freshly butchered. meats, or Fill Needs Of Rural Students P-IM-L-C-O those are the of payment
    prices In these days of moats bought in large quantities magic letters that spell service I Phllco is also proud of Its line
    skyrocketing rosti. for long periods of time at very and satisfaction for thousands of of electric ranges and recommendsthem
    In no longer novelty I casts, schools of the air, etc. will No school child's meal is really modest cost Future Farmers Future Homemakers -- of many years of satisfied, use," fortunate users of radios, television for "moat delightful cooking",
    necessity," Charles; actually be assigned as class room complete without some kind of The refrigeration rIce Is dependable and 4-11 Club boys and he stated. setS, and electric refrigerators both summer and winter
    jjil yesterday In dis- i work by many teachers. Thus, today nourishing 'meat-the body's chief and oafe and for the girls will find in FARM HOME I "With more and more farm throughout the country Nasworthy also the agent for
    enlng of school on nve find radio and television source*of protein. H. A, Lawson past few years has proved to be &: AUTO SUPPLY all the dependable homes being served with electricity Hundreds of the satisfied customers Speed Queen Washing Machlnea-

    3. "It opens up an serving a double purpose-not only owner of this old, established extremely popular In this section tools and farm implementsthat modern refrigerators and are client. of NASWORTHY another household necessity of to-
    world for the school entertainment, but education as Starke bulsness, invites mothers of This service begins on October 1 are so necessary to success deep freeze units are recognizedas GENERAL, SUPPLIES, headquarters day. Do you realize that womenIn
    Jjiled.to well. It Is well to remember that I school children to come in daily when Lawson's modern, sanltar In modern methods of farmingand a necessity on the farm, Just for Phllco products In many parts of the world still do
    the news broadcasts of today become and select their meats from A meat'curing department also begins homemaklng. as they are in the city," Mr. Dev- Starke and surrounding trade area. their family wash on the banks of

    SCHOOL the pages of history ,of to- large variety of choice government -] its annual operation offering Farm, Home & Auto handles rick said. "International Harvester Right now C. II. Nasworthy, lakes\ or streams, beating and
    morroSuch broadcasts and inspected cuts on display ID sugar cure and smokehouse fact!- the famous International Harvester makes. a line of refrige'' Phllco agent Is offering FREE scrubbing the dirt out by sheer
    telecasts aa United Nations ses- this clean and sanitary market Itles to stockmen and others need line that Is known throughout rators and freezer that cannot be seven new 2-door Phllco Refrigerators physical force T' How fortunate 1*
    Invaluable In edu- At this time, when the price of Ing the services. and dependability. for efficient and economIcal '
    tlona, etc. are t the world for quality surpassed ._ to I the owners of the oldest the American housewife who can
    cating young people today. i meat Is necessarily higher than it "We Invite your Inspection of operation" ho!! added. ..
    Every school-age child should was some years ago, It Is essential our facilities," Mr. Lawson sale "Our farmers and future farmers And there are many other way )'

    have his own room equipped witha I I that housewives shop where "Whatever your needs for meat. should l get the habit of buying In which the Farm, Home & Autc
    small radio set of his very own, they will get the most value for their Implements and appliancesIn Supply can make life more pleasant -
    In addition to the larger family their money. There Is no economyIn or storage, I believe we can give I Starke where they can see what for parents and their children -

    television set in the living room. buying inferior grades when you what you want" they are getting and where they whether living in town or In

    I Excellent small radios can be can be bought! just as cheaply as the country For instance, if they
    J bought for very little money. Just If ordered from some big house in ride to school In private automobiles -

    Imagine the delight of your childif Pre-School Physical CheckUpOf the North," says D. R. Devrlck, they need never worry about
    OJ you present him with one of then proprietor of this well-known cars they need never worry about
    wonderful little instruments at the establishment. blowout or puncture If the car I,

    Television beginning of the new school year. The tractor is rapidly coming tobe I".. equipped with Goodrich, Puncture MUIC
    and larger
    Children Is By Howard'sVacation
    endquarters on West Also Imagine the cultural advantages Urged recognized as a necessity on Proof Tires, on sale at Farm J

    *tr. Shepherd is now that will come to him aa a the modern farm, and Mr. Devrlck Home A Auto. They also carry a

    give the people of result of the fine programs that days are rapidly draw- school opening.* Is proud of the fact that many IIi. complete line of auto parts at ,electric refrigerators\ In this territory. place her family wash in a Speed

    Jurroundlng area' the come over the air during every hour Ing to a close with thr opening ol In the next nine months yi'-ur Farmalla are In use throughout wholesale & retail. Drop In this Nothing to buy! No slogans I Queen turn on the switch and a

    [lent. service to whichare of the day. school just around the corner. We child will come In contact with Bradford and surrounding counties weekend for a look around at the to write! Just enter your little while later remove them,
    [ entitled. So whether it's a new set you hope that everyone had a wonderful other children. some of whom ma.v "Best of all, we are equippedto helpful items in this popular old refrigerator today regardlessof spotlessly clean and ready for
    ; the Importance of want, or repairs on the old set, be vacation and thai our school children be bearer of contagious diseasehe -!: service. your tractor so when many make Come on-have fun- Ironing. You can own a Speed
    Iviilon to the student, sure to see Charles Shepherd\ will return to scnool on September will be exposed the cold dampof you buy from us you are assured store, and! you might be the proud owner Queen Washing Machine for as

    I points out that some and your satisfaction will be 3 brown as a b-rry and full the winter school month 'of a new Itillco. little as 33c per day. so you see

    h i a< historic broad- guaranteed. of vim, vigor and Vlti.lIty.SOME1NG Therefore one of the most Important fl I' PIIILCO Is also synonymouswith that this Is one piece of equipment -
    phases of getting ready : it S iieen Alvarez Store Since 1894' the best and finest receptionIn that actually costs younothlng

    for school Is to provide your chile: Television If you have not yet -..,.rlt pays for itself.
    aler McGrif f Back From Trip \\\ I with a thorough physical checkup bought your television set, you Come In and tee the new Phllco
    before the term No child will certainly want to the .
    I\BOU1. begins. For Dependability In Men's ClothingThere see new It-foot Refrigerator that you can
    10 C\\EER\\ I can get what he should from his i Phllco models, before making this get with absolutely NO dawn pay
    school work unless he Is In good Important decision. Did know ment
    I you (If your trade-In will\ cover).
    S. Women Are Very Fortunate physical condition. are so few businesses In 'very moderate 1>1'lce. I believe that you can be the proud owner You will be delighted with it and
    I Howard' would like to suggest the United States that have been that we should all patronize home' tf a Phllco TV for an little as everything else In the PHILCO

    [,iff. your local author- should be fresh and untlred, sc that you take your child to the serving the public for more than Industry by wearing/ Big DU 'J2.75: per week under the new, easy line.
    Electric Dealer, Is that she ran enjoy an hour or sc family physician for a "going/ over" :\0 years that ALVAREZ STOREIII clothing' whenever possible, for thl
    'om a trip to Pureto of recreation with her youngster early In the new school term. If especially proud of the fact thatIt factory is going to j-ea a lot tc

    E awarded him and every day." the doctor should suggest a tonicor was established in Starke In the future of Starke" Mr. Graham Quality Clothing For All The FamilyAt
    Jtieir remarkable sale Then there is the G-E Automatic a round of vitamins, then come 891 and has been supplying' said. -
    Iford, County. Washer that Is Indespensable tc I to Howard' where each and every people of Bradford and surrounding With the opening; of school next I

    I wonderful time," Mr. the mother of small children. Just prescription I III given careful con counties with quality clothing week, mothers should outfit al Modest
    but It really make toss in the clothes add soap and deration.. You should start on for more than half a century their children with lonjr-wearlni Cost Is Barksdale's MottoTime
    lie our great country set the dials. When the clothes vitamins right now ao the child' Alvarez Store Is particularly dungarees (Big Dad LII Dnd, and
    'm tee how the people have been soaked, washed rinsed resistance to colds will be built up: proud of the nationally advertised Jolly Jean brands of course) for school bell* to start modern store i In Starke Take a

    times have to live." and dampdrled.-all automatically But don't forget-fall mid< winter by the time cold weather arrives. name-brand clothing lines that Alvarez Store advises., Dunngrees ringing again! I I leisurely look around and see how
    .t the men and wo- -many pieces are actually dry are Just around tha corner and If a child 1 Is falling or not get. hey carry such as Stetson hats are now "quite the thing" all over ,I Yes here we are on the brinkof I many famous, nationally 'advertised -
    nrd Courily appreciate enough to iron. unless you are armed with proper ting along as well as he or she Botany ties, Arrow shirts, Flor- the country, and are popular with another grand- and glorious I I brand name are on our
    jrful G. E. appliances, The new G-E Electric Refrigerator drug necessities your child should In school don't lose patiencewith helm shoes, and many other boy and girls alike. And how school year. The prospect Ls thrilling shelve and counters-such fapiou
    pould appreciate and offers more food space In might develop a common cola that' the teacher or the child. Per' "We would also like to call the fortunate this Is for the family bud but alas and alack, It also names a* Gay Gibson Jr'.< Loren

    even more If they the same kitchen floor space. And wilt cnu"e him to! lose ah, that wonJerful I haps the trouble I Is that the child' attention o/ our farmer. and labor- get, because they are Inexpensiveto provides w lucky they are in the wonderful G-E Freezer offers reserve of health and health I III below par and he or she Ing man friends to the fact that begin with, and just won't wear for mothers who are confrontedwith dre/wen./ Red Goose &: Story BooK

    Mth the housewives of you the convenience of having I Btrength built up during the Hum simply cannot do the best classroom we carry full line of the popular out no matter how active your the problem of outfitting their shoe, Studi\ boy shirts, MacGregor
    fries, where the peopled your own food store right In your mer. work. Let Howard' advise BIG DAD and LIL DAD work children are youngsters with good warm clothIng I sports wear and Fruit of the Loom
    d I these time-saving own kitchen, as well a. the important This was the warning sounded with you and help you keep your clothes and dungarees that are beIng ? So come In this weekend and 1 let that will wear well and yet not : underwear Berkshire Fruit of the

    (appliances," he added. feature of economy I IMcGriff this week. by HOWARD'S DRt.GS child In shipshape during the coming manufactured right here In the courteous salespeople at put undue strain on the family Loom hose.

    1 automatic dish wash- "And let me suggest" said Mr & PRESCRIPTIONS on the eve of ] winter month tarke," say. W H. Graham proprietor Alvarez Store help outfit your i I, checkbook Anti we not only cater to children
    pr. for instance," Mr. "that you protect the of this well known clothing family for the fall and wlnt'er ] At a time like this, when the 1'1"- There are plenty of Item In
    'Just how many health of your children by letting! stabllshment. We have been months And be sure to Include Ing cost of living make. every stack to Interest their rnothutH and

    Jay! those two item them sleep under a GAUto- carrying this line for years, and several pair of the popular dungaree penny count, the buying public depends fathers as well. Don't let the first

    lave the hardtpressed matic Blanket. this winter.: The Denmark Furniture Company AdvisesA fir that It give's satisfaction a for every child In the family, like more and more on a store pat of cold weather catch you otf

    '100't fair to the chll- HARKSDALKS where a guard. Get ready now with wtnl'1winter
    I their mother all even temperature will prevent r 'onwlentioiis: effort Is made to keep.

    nd of the day. tired She lot of troublesome winter colds." Private Study Nook For Students Lady Fair Sugests Smart PermanentAs price costs.at a low level In spite of rising they when are prices clothing now.narksdale' ,go and even be higher safe If than and

    This year, as in the past
    hard believe that va- |I. large variety of size and styles HARKSOALR'S shoe department' "
    i Ye., It.s to will again be
    :ation day are already overbut I all at a very moderate price. Now- Pre-School Gift For Teen AgersWhat headquarters for school clothe. foi children.a Joy Our to parents and their

    I ewelry Offers Finest Watches the fact remain that school starts aday when there are so many both the boy and the girls. Our fitter makes certain special that x-ray shoe
    ext Monday and parents with I outside attraction to compete school clothe are carefully chosen you get
    would delight that lovely quite likely that your daughter the right size tor that
    ichool children should bethinking with, parents must make the homeas for wearablllty growing
    age and means to attractive a* possible in orderto little girl of yours more than making I I a* well a* yourselfneed a complete simplicity and boy a nd girl and that I I. so very
    of ,
    ways ana
    we cater to
    lepair teenagers
    Service Lovely her .-school of flat .. important.
    their boy and aroundthe a pr gift a reconditioning treatment
    make the year of study pleasant keep girls I / as well sit to the
    and profitable for the children. fireside. tering new permanent wave? well as Individual hair shaping, aDd ots. .younger We are sure you will enjoy your
    how Important This Wai the asked personalized hair styling. visit to narksdale', Come In and
    DENMARK FURN- Have you ever thought question BARKHOALE'S
    In Starke where Visit
    "of the Gem Jewelry Since its establishment Fhaf I nw and ..tua show
    the fart that he I Is as. I: more than ten years ago, the Gem [TURK CO. can be of great help. It I I. for your child to have mother of Starke and vicinity this i Even If you have several little you around
    the rest if he to the week by Mural Gardner owner and "Mia America" In ,
    lard to be recognized No child can obtain the highest proper Is get your family
    watch ha come
    Inspector Jewelry Jewelry narks without certain amount of most out of his school life--both operator of the LADY FAIR 'you can still afford to give them igh Educational Value I
    -because that 1 Is in- aa synonymous with quality i Of Movies
    Ite'< to( hi. ability and and expert watch repair. Watch p lome study, and he I ill much more In the classroom and on the playground BEAUTY SALON.We all permanent at the moderate
    and apply him- ? If are not providinga It would do wonder price that prevail at the Lady
    Iii profession. repair .service at the Gem is noted i Ikely to stay home you believe
    'Unction' of which the for its high standard and owner telf to his books if his home pro- comfortable mattress for your for your daughter's moral--no mat. Fair Beauty Salon. Emphasized By Park Theatre I
    I is Justifiably proud of fine watches throughout this /ride pleasant surrounding and growing< child you are doing him ter what her age -and make her Remember- I Is never too soon Manager$!
    q the area have depended on Ed Simpson nodern conveniences. a grave Injustice and undoubtedly more eager than ever to get backto to start educating: the younl'1adyof ,
    fltnn only authorized has been In Many mother and fathers are handicapping his school work. See that pesky rradin'. writin ansi the house In proper habit of "Your children are lucky: to b" up with current event
    he .
    ''5 and Elgin watch ever since 'rearing glass today simply be- the S<*rta innerspring mattresses" 'rlthmetlc next Monday. beauty culture and care of her living In, this modern age when cant beat the movie you Just
    city All of these Starke to keep their timepieces In their youth at Denmark' You can buy themon they can see the beloved old classics newsreel -
    :ause of eyestrain Don't rule out this suggestion or hands, nails, etc. The staff members Through Its facilities the
    |tv."I..d. brands are operating with precision accuracy studying by Improper lighting easy terms. the ground that it would be too of the Lady Fair are always come to \life on the screen" of world affairs can student
    *roughout the count And when that birthday wedding .acuities. Surely I you do not want Every boy and girl should havea expensive for the Lady Fair will glad to assist mothers with teenagers aid A, If. Carrat. manager of the In on hlstorymaklngevents actually such alt-

    a compliment\ to be or _anniversary roll aroundall rout children to labor under ;the I private room, or at least a nook see that this pre-school beauty and little tots too, with help popular PARK THEATRE, in dls- a* United N.tlons. peace sen-
    cussing the
    floor where she concentrate treatment U not too hard on the ful suggestions.Th opening of school next ference,
    uthorlzed dealer you have to do I I. come to the ,arae Jiandlcap and a good he or can Week war developments. etc.
    "nd> should rea- look over student lamp "To be able also in.creases
    Gem Jewelry and amp or a to lie such lovely
    making a special pre-school offerof In hair tinting and facials inrhorteverything
    Would the problem. with the rest of the family. Let classics Alice the student' Interest In
    mean so macb of attractive gift will solve a In Wonderland
    nice selection r a (-1 cold wave for school children to make you and
    VI and girls if they Authorized_ distributor. Bond Art A private desk of his own I I. Denmark help you furnish this only. look your best at all time Tr n.iire Island Oliver Twist and him.geography Through the world about

    ''hi> fall term of school Beauty "mu f for the serious room or nook at a* unbelievablylow After the done ther* for the same price they visit the travelogue he can
    Carved and American mother damage by sum- Why not phone IflJ for a pre- would pay for a bag of I I. far place. of the earth
    "".. One watches on Dtamorui. rtng Birthstone rings oung student and Denmark' ha price. tTnet wind sun and water, II 1* school appointment today? a rare privilege and ene candy.that ".ad n.ver leave the commungty In

    r 'In their should be which he Jives.
    pocket. mounted in handsome settings .- appreciated by mothers
    *. that kind' and fathers," Mr. Carrat said. Theatre parties are
    a reliable pearl and necklace 4>f all an easy
    I and \
    etudenti most valued fine of silver pen NEEDS FOR For "When it come to music also de\JghtfuJ way for mothers tc
    pieces ANYBODY entert.1n
    "n.tant Shop EVERYTHING 1 the movies are a great source ol on their children' birth-
    are just "
    companion. these day..
    I t1 and pencil act ." '1 Inspiration and education to the Mr Canat s.ld. "How
    111 ')!le of the moat a few of the many Items that are young music lover He can heat easy It fs Co Jet the Little guests

    raits a young person always sure to please.Mr. School the great composition of Mozart. 1'0 to Ute movies and then serve
    At I them
    11(1( a Ia watch i* the Simpson earnestly soliclUroW' Chopin.Straus and all the other refreShments afterw.rd. Thll
    '. tt a, It tc famous Cf>mpo era. played by top- relieves the tired mother and Is
    t. excuse.atl : business and invite you ;J v'r .. ranking artist, and can also learn more tUn for the eren.. '
    :lasse. or ap-drop in at any time and look Home '4J L J Needs the histories of these ITeat men "Movie* ar. better than ever!"

    around. \w -, B through" their movie nutoblographlea Mr Carrel .aid. "Why not give
    Carrat pointed cut. your
    I family
    at the
    ADd when It come to Park
    Ueplng tonight T'
    Always a goodI ahow'E ."
    C a \

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    fAUG/ 31 1951 :1

    Mr. Maxie Carter; Co-leader, Mrs, -
    II Local Officials: Attend Ocala Meeting I Baptist WMU Oarl Mathews; Mesdames Leaston .

    To Learn Working Of Juvenile Court Law Elects Officers, Wynn, R. A. Green J. P Tin
    linaon. H. L Brownlea New
    from Bradford Assigns MembersThe Warren. E. J. Dowllng, Sr J t B
    Four representatives
    County attended the forumon I ami business meet- Futch, P. M. Barefoot P D Reddish
    the new juvenile rourt act held Building Booms program Annie Richards C C <"UD' That
    Ing the WMU of the First Baptist Does
    at the Industrial School for Girls Church was held in the educational per, Laura Tyson, J. E. Wilson A
    C. Durden, J. R. Chaateen fr i
    In Ocala on August 18. Making building Tuesday, Aug. 21, at t
    the trip were M. O. Harrell chair- Over Last YearBuilding 330; o'clock with twenty-seveu Foster Junior GA's.
    man of the Board of County Comxnlsnlnners ; members present. I la Darby Circle: Leader. Mrs.
    A. J. Thomas. Sr" I The Lorena Epperson Circlepresented W L. Andrews; Co-leader, Mrs A
    Clerk of the Circuit Court; Jack permits during the the on the topic J. Thomas; Mesdames Della Thomas
    Trawlck county sanitarian; and first six months of this year :"Mighty Movement In South James Lewis, Dave Paulk N.
    Bob Hutchinson district welfare amounted to nearly four times a* The devotional was O. Maxwell, Ira! Wilson, F F. ,
    America. ,
    visitor much as those taken out during I Mrs B. T. Thomas, followed Flume, A. R. Moore, D. W. Moore ...( '.,..'\ '. /
    given ., .. : ,1.
    The purpose of the one-day the first six months of last year. with prayer by Mrs S. E. L. O. Hazen, A. A. Durden, Coy :i i!'<,,;: ''th'h'" ..;.' t.i": ':, "" ,".. IS\at4tice .
    meeting was the dlHcusslun and Records In the city clerk's office I Sparks Program parts were taken Stevenson, W. B. Alexander.. J. ." "5.-" .' a\ Vet- ; ,
    show them to have reached $209
    clarification ot the new juvenile ;: by MM. Sparks and Mrs. M F. B. Sapp< S. L. Peek. A. K. McKinney ,, S ,y$' Zn'-
    20 this year"'and only $37.279
    court act enacted In. the 191)1Leirh.lature. Hnrvn. C. A. Knight, and Janie COO ti
    Bradford County last year. A large part of the In'j Misses Allese Lawson and Joan Roper. Foster Intermediate GA's 1 < 9\ Ate'lyav vet'
    crease can be credited to the 4113 Rivetneeds i-c.0\11.
    all\ delegates .
    representative met with Tenly accompanied by Miss Julia Dora Alderman Circle: Lender.Mrs ; "
    of all the other counties In Dad Factory building and Lawson, sang a duet G. B. Flynn; Co-leader Mrs. C09p pas &t\t\o\lvt\ce \t\.cte..e .
    business building. But residence <\
    this section of Florida. The business meeting was presided L G. Powell; Mesdames' G. W' tpy1" t\/:/ \.o o\; tpe e\lC ease
    still than doubled last
    ' Highlighting the meeting was permits total. more over by Mrv Sparks, at Alderman, H. A. Lawson L D Comp crease 9,,co na lnct t.\\ t\1 '
    year's \\6
    address by Judge Trlnwell, which time the nominating committee Haines L. IT Morgan Edward, \1\ '\ ot >>
    an A permit In the amount of $3' \\e
    Judge of the Juvenile Court In presented a slate of off Hall. E. Lennon, O. O. Webb R ttt"t' o t>< :\\\1't"e ttt"ti'
    OOO Issued Little \.e
    was George
    i. Duval County He explained that Reno cers for the ensuing,! year. These A. Thomas, Julia Bryant, M M Qrla t- gq. Ang f11 i
    this week for repair of three V\\.e \" "
    the new act does away with all were elected. as follows'President. : Morgan, Nat Williams, O. H Bennett ",1' c'\.1\ c\\"" \ '
    , o previous juvenile legislation and, homes. and the building of one new Mrs S. E':. Sparks; Pate Gannett, 'L. A. Canova I &\ ahe \wsa ette\\\. Q' c1 Cwt"'
    Informed county officials of the one.I. Young People's Director Mrs. H. : Mlis Etta Tlson. Foster Junior tot s4. : .
    P. \poet 1n 9tc
    Shepherd was granted a te as""ee ea btltCsn
    } they must take In establishing A. Lawson; First Vice President RA's I \
    steps In the of $500 for .\ gtsre
    i permit amount
    I \
    Mrs. A. J. Thomas; Second Vice s 0a Direr de1s9t
    the court. Circle! Five: Leader Mrs. F B tea
    of hlWashington
    the building a new porch on I \l9gea .
    that each President Mrs. M. F. Hazen; I Beard Co-leader, Mrs. Pauline &t\ ": ot
    ; :
    The new act provides St., home. &
    county must establish a court dedIcated u m <- Secretary, Mrs. Carl R. Mathews; !Clark; Mesdames J. A Griffin F I \-\"et 1t\\\\ :/ ottW0I o
    aoley to the trying of offenders Treasurer, Mrs F. J. Shaw; Litera. J. Shaw, W. R. Morse J, H Du- cba"SeatiB"stt0nsBatton
    under 17 years old and ADDRESSESOF turs. Mrs. F. F. Flume; Community Pre, E. D. Tenly, Freeman Reg-
    l that each court must have a juvenile INTEREST Missions Mrs. W R. Morse and later, Sr., W. C. Coram Ann Par
    1 I counselor, If only a part- Mrs. E. McKnight; Mission Study. ker. A. L. Alvarez F. C, Priest,
    In recent meet- Mrs. L. D. Haines: Children's Tom Warren. VVernon Nichols
    time employee. a .
    , Mrs. R. M. Johnson 2101)V. Home, Mrs D. W. Moore Mar ..
    In this : Miss
    . commissioners Irma'Galney. Foster Sun-
    of the
    '*; ::1"" Ing E. K. Ferryman Curtis St., Tampa Fla. garet: Fund Mrs. E:. McKnight; beams.
    4 offered county to Judge Incorporate the duties 6lh Mrs Ave.Harry, Gainesville Lappe,, Fla.410 N. E Training Social School Chairman Mrs. R.Mrs A.,Thomas Jesse 'In 1937 Newsprint Cost us 2.75c Per Pound
    with his present ;
    i of the juvenile judge
    t Mrs. Eugene Prevatt, 626 FlAk Newsome Flower Chairman Mrs.

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