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: April 18, 1952
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03164
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I -w Lingering Cold Prevents Berries '\1 IBElt nmT\'


wI-1__ ___ 1 And Politics Mix At
rt4r1. Heilbronn

0 I I Reaching Production I

What the remainder "f the on shipments from other .tates.

strawberrv season her.will amountto Chadburn( N. I' shipped its first __ .f1L

was anybody's gue!>- this week berries ((75 crates i Tuesday and ,p __

with me weather still "acting up" they will come in fat there unless __

The men-ury dropped into the low the cold snap that hit here Tues- '

40's Wednesday morning, bringing I day and Wednesday is also being :

__ scattered frost that was too lightto 1 experienced there. Louisiana reported -

-;'. causerop damage but which I 17 cars out last Saturday __

1 would result in slowing down pro. :I! Corn Looks Good i i .k
i duction of berries. ''', Bradford County !seems set for a'}' % [ IN, _

I During the week e?ding April I'i bumper green corn crop with j i

j 16 the market sales of J
--- reported acreage estimated as high as1 I _

-Polaroid 1. lInute Photo by the TelegraphTo 3,070 crates of fruit, representing j; 2,200 acres. about a 40 per cent

a small Increase in volume over i increase over' la!'t year's 1,500 I .
Wally Crews venerable voter of Precinct 8 i Brooker i went the the
previous 2,361. The ; acres Plenty of moisture has

distinction of casting the first ballot in Bradford County for the F.irst | average price paid was $!U6 per brought this crop through the] -

Primary, Election on May 6. Mr. Crews is currently employed with I I crate. bringing growers $$25,057.87 groud in fine shape and it is oftj

the State Road Department in Nassau County and cast an absentee I'\ for the week's harvest. : to a good start. 'I '...l h

ballot last Saturday. He Is shown above receiving the regular ballot I Record of sales price ranges,1: R. E. Johnson manager of th
(about 10x18 inches) from Supervisor of Registration A. L. Crosby and daily averages for the week: Starke State Farmers Market, announces should h April! night POLITIC :M'EECIIKS: had to ('ompt't.itb
< been as roid /good; foot! and hilt ,
Jr. Crosby is I also handing him one of the smaller ballots on which ending April 16 are as follows: Ij jDate j that- J1 potato grading: Heilhioiin school! hou<-a Tin it -.ti.n wakjat roflee at the Heilbronn Rally Tut".da3night.. Kirn; the candi.IatetIiemn.eL .. "u,t h'!,'! '"' i' I -

Bradford Countians will register their approval or disapproval of! j machine is set up at the market fas em-i- took time out (as pictures
Crates R.lnf''I/ /; candidjt'aiim) \ ukI'i gath'rjfor l prove) 10 enjoy the I\btrts\
of tracks funds in Brad- and "ready to run" if thicken! pilau, rake and t hlrrl U. I'v ,,' .
earmarking a portion race for a public hospital Apr. 10 269 9.10-13.00 11.251 growers: the third Democratic political! pie prepared b>' the good ladies of Heil folk d'4.-'. .L _

ford County. Absentee voting continues up until 5 p.m.. Monday. Apr. 11 631 7.SO-11.1O 9.36 : wish to use its facilities. Irish I rally of the current campaign. bronn I>T.From left to right: Gene Ins, candidate for Tat inch .' :::or-, beJIt'Ir:I to: ,
May 5. 12 159 90012.80 10.57 potatoes are just: beginning to be But. as Assessor, lifts a rup of I I II ( but I hd "' .
ApI' always, its an ill wind t'larning'offl't'l to ',
harvested. I help r'uafter liU pTem:! I ., I I" ._ ,
I Apr. 1-1 S67 5.009.20 6.97 i ,that blows nobody good. and the appeal to'ot..r',; T. .Altlerman, also running for Tax .As"evi, Coin I .d itnd l.,: :
I 11.111
15 623 5.007.10 6.0 ,! Commissioner of Agriculture Jadiesof} the Heilbronn cnjojs some of I that a t
Apr. PTA delicious raKe
did 2 ; Dojlo t:. Conner M...'!kln rai.l'n..btl
Tornadoes Meet Williston Tonight; Apr. 1G. 216 5.407.1 661 : :Nathan Mayo visited the market: landoffice business in dispensing : flection as Mate Krpreseiitutivi' ? re '
: butters ,
roll .1
a ; while Jake r. : I. !" Hulls.'' .
Monday and expressed himself a? pood, warm chicken Kolierts. his .
Will Journey To Jax Beach SaturdayTonight Volume is expected to increase i recognizing the need for some adlitional 'I5tl'anunghot coffee. For pilau a while and Kduanls: candidate opponent for Supervisor smiles over of coffee and cake; IV. Mitch claiming 1009, u }h., th I;, I u 10 I': .j I '.th.' hll-. t t1lired .

next week. KegUtratiiHi : } 1 1. ,'
providing warm wea- < facilities here. He stated i lit was rtxnh.ttH thehilly .t
1 .
nip and tuck '
,1 t her returns but whether or not I t hat he would try to see that these candidates between the ( night air vviih a rup that's good l to the la>t drop. unnecl'q' \ .'..i r 1 I' tll'lis 'I 11! '
(Friday) the Tornadoes and struck lut I H oarers .lern and the coffee with the small bist-i1-1) .. "
I prices will strengthen depends up- ;ire added III the futuit. crowd 1',01(1.,1' 1 M .- -- [I'l, -s I 1-:) tl..> Td'glal'h- < \en '1111 ,
th<* local diamond Fountain went the lout.toi Green; surging inside the | -
meet Williston at i building !; want to make a lnt I !I.. sans u,.
a team they previouely beat j I Cove to chalk up another victory. at frequent intervals to try and Conner replied that .

10-7, and Saturday thoy go tr ,: Fountain gav.- up 12 In's walke I, j jI J Bond Parents [il thaw out while the speaking continued made his living growing sn.lr.-I! '

Jacksonville Beach fcr an after I, struck out i and hit I batt McCarty Heard I[. in the chilly outdoors. REMAINING RALLIES he would hardly be in i t.\I ,

pooa game with Fletcher High; Kopelousos. JacrM'.i. Thoina- ."K-.j I j Organize ClubSome I I The Heilbronn rally drew the anything that would hut t t t.u "

Fletcher and Bra-lfor-I were rained! Teston each fit 2 ..v.1
out in a game here several week? Thomas's being u t-ipi". In Talk Here be attributed either to an mcrcasnig regulations asked f'mh! \ t th. I ,

ago. Next' wee. MaccJvnny: and! Last Friday iiih: in jt. Auyi-' : ; i; : 30 people iittemleil th.. interest in the campaign or tc Hampton. Thursday. April 24. 7:30: p.m.. School House stock Sanitary B( tm-I! -I hid :
.t t
Lake Butler meet the locals on tine the Torrijojs look<.>,1 good n i c)>rgamzatumal! meeting of Uici J I I the time-tested appeal of chicken been relaxed an I P .t he I i.' t"

Tuesday aud Friday night! I defeating Ketteiliaus tj-l Dt1arc : I and Parents Association DanIrCany m }Kt Picrco, one !I pilau. Anyway, it was a good ral Brooker, Tuesday, April 29, 7:30:; p.m. Seaboard Depot the next 1..m'gi.imimm.-: : y.uld

Bradford lost it's second! game Thomas pitched the seven innings, j :3:onday night at the BHS bam j of th- three leading candidates for ly, and the crowd stuck it out any phases ('I i t I pr/lg' c,m., -

of the apasort Tuesday night f : having control of the game I r oom. Governor in the current campaign,, bravely in spite of the cold Starke Thursday, May 1,7JO:;; p.m., Athletic Field. might be of j.". !11 I ::" iblutes. r
Tornadoes! ? Mrs. 1... A. Canova was electe(1 spoke here briefly Wednesday
Green Cove HThe throughout by giving up omy i I The only semblance of butcherers
banged out 12 hit to :5 for G.tcr. !scattered hits tad walking jut 2f, ] resident of the new organization i.! morning at lO'SO, ::: o'clock. He ,, developed in speeches I Most /If t1. .
()ther officers are T. T. Long, vice. spoke at by the twc more now than they were in 1919 I l < i : K i i
Cove, but poor base runn.ng.coupled : batters. both of those in the last.I Lawtey at 11 ::30. I contestants for State some $300.000,000, and would mean come .
Repre senta- '
with 7 nLue3 afield, l led i inning. Sidney Jackson n'tting a p iresident; K. G. Duncan, financia 1 He said that the campaign has I live. Roberts Roberts, who had the last word a loss of $250,000 allY i.mikright tint '
': s ecrtaiy; Mrs. Junius Smith but issue I "quoting from the Tuesday night, finally concluded annually tr i: cnunpel their IIty!, n -
Rivers re one : "Which Bradford
| of
to their defect; Paul ,. big .577 through Tuesday night; | the candidates I. record to indicate that old County in tourist business I. first two rallies .
started on the nwin-1 out wa. ro- I 1 i games, ban"'edJut 0 ;? singles t' c ording secretary; Mrs. R. PItubbms. I is best suited to represent t recipients age that "the old folks know what He quoted the House Journa'as ly and wm4.. n. ,
I ; won1 drawing 1 It speaking at
S. publicity director, ancand [ you the voters. s:> money they're getting" so there wasn t sumewhn I K' "
lIeved by Thomus after: working lead the hitting atuuK Bradford I' as governor. "ThqUt.stiun \' in Bradford showing that he voted in favor length
than nwell
: Director Carl wher much u.-.e to tell 'em about as with : m i.- i
3 innings gi'ilup S runs, i nit nipped Tebault KeU.iImus pltch"r"E Roberts men is not which can talk the he was lepiesentative and Conner it of i n tn million dollar increase i in; self-.issuiaii) .... It .
(.. I 7 hits total collected I b er of the executive board. longest. or criticize the ( tr.ii-r voiri-ii! ilk opposition t- \\eltare. i is -\i.|' '"
and striking out 4, walking for ingl' :; : I j mo>t pea likewise "quoting from thmi i lecord"n but this bill lost by a 411" Ith' I- that by till..' for the Lawi.
Thomas in hb 1 innings of duty I by Thomas, Rowe \Vinkler. Mir : The new group hopes to be able] pie, or make the most reckless ,how, that the proposed) ) .1 arkson\'illt1hal1l' I: vote He then volul in favor next : t v i 1' ,

3 walked l'r tin and Jackson's :5j j coordinate the band's activities r charges. The of'' were getting tuinpik> uhieh ho saulould K>-.t of five Tuesday night: lhl'.1''
gave up 1 hit. rn.''. : ." tl.w'iti, those of Stark*. unit HrJ\.Jf".r. !I B me_ camnuate.s___ '" question is which a million dollar increase.Sen. have hit full stndl'I
------ ---- -'- I you can trust tc:
Memorial Van Dusen Charges County and to promote the BHS; ''do a sincere and Alvarez{
Day I' capable job for I
j .. Leading
i iI
L'aud. you. \ S Russell To CLERK
To Be Observed i! School 'BureaucracytI i As, one of the first steps: in that Commenting on charges that he I Softball Quick Tour

On April 25th i In Talk Here idiiertion the group discussed plan? I:' financed in his: campaign by League ISBOWINGOUTEditor \-

1 i I I! for a tag day to raise funds for any "Mr. Big", McCarty said I Onderway f Florida In Presidential
The 19.;) RaceS Bradford Count
I 2 Softball v Tf'1!
the band and i season : ;'
: got
Since Southern Memorial Day,i Charges that the schools are tentatively set May! "Let me assure you that Dan MeI Starke. Florida

April 26, falls on Saturday this being taken away from the people I 13 as the date. The campaign will L I I I Carty has not made, and will not j u on April 3 with Alvare2 Dear SirDuring:

year and school will not be in session -i of Florida' were made here Tuesday -i be held in the down town section, 1 IMiSs. make any deal. promise or commitment I and Humphreys Gold coming outIon Richard B Ru&sell <.t the

the W. T. Weeks. morning by Ray Van Dusen, 1 Smith said. to top and Blanding and Sladc Georgia will a whirlwind past four ve.tl'i f
on that day i I I anybody except to the: open ID-) Witt To have made
| Gas Speak several
Chapter. U. D. C., will present its ,I candidate for State Superintendent | Also discussed were plans foi peopleall the people of Florida. the losers. Slade Gas, the day tour of Florida on April 26 :1 the effect that statement, ,i.

annual memorial program on Friday of Public Instruction, when he I j, the annual BHS band concert tc In a direct blast at an ex-judge I newest team in the League, har in his campaign for the Democra- Here Saturday for public office I would lUllI K

April 25, at 10:30: a.m. in the i I spoke at the courthouse. I I be held this year on May 8. A I of the Supreme Court. also a replaced National Guard whikh : Uc nomination for president. statements to this year ammo

"The is less and] small admission will be I candidate i; was unable to enter a team. In Hell be Alton W>1" of Lake that effect hav be i>
BHS stadium. ;: taxpayer having : chargedwith for Governor, McCartysaid. I heard in this area at City, candi. carried by

Mrs. I... G. powell. chapter president -I!I less to say about how the school. advance ticket sales beginning I "Any man who makes untrue I the first game between Alvarer the following places: date for Congress from the Eight*: several occasions.your good pitfwit .

will preside. Greetings will L will operate and what will be done. in the near future. charges such as my opponent has! and Blanding, the fine pitching of. Gainesville, courthouse square : District, will speak in Starke al t t : Some of

be extended by C. 3. Partin, prim J:[I with them. This expensive and j The new president appointed T I'' made against me is not fit to sit: : Bill Epps enabled Alvarez to post Saturday! April 26, 1:30 p.m. ;I ::30 o'clock Saturday morning, been informed my of friends. not hav III::

clpal of BItS and music will bei! dangerous trend toward bureau |iT. Long as chairman of a corn I on the Supreme Court of Florida ,I i a 7-3 victory over Blandsr-g The Lake City, Olu! tee Park, Thursat! April 19. He will speak at Raiford I ever, have from time my decision huI \'.*

furnished by the High School Band i! cratic control! must be revered,", i i mittee to draw up a constitution I am glad he has resigned that: i second game was a pitcher's du Ji day May 1, 4 p.m. 1 p.m. the same day if I am a candidate to tiMie ask'-
I I and by-laws for the I i I between Humphreys Gold's Walter The Columbia to sufft-fd no>
Van Dusen said. organization. to Jacksonville County
post become
delivered a candidate in'I Hemming Park, candidate: ; self in the
The main address will Other ,: Frick, who allowed only 3 hits and'I poke at Graham spring primaries
The speaker declared that I members are : this campaign HO that he can be Thursday, May 1,8 p.m Thursday morn Kindly .
I... A. Shepherd. The i Slade Gas's Jim Bowling who al-- '" at therefore allow III. '
by Rev. "There should be more stress or !f Mrs. Florence Brown and J. T. retired to private life." I I Palatka. Band Shell Saturday. 9:30: 'clock to thank 41'11.
'I 'I I i lowed t only 2. However two the people of Bradlm-
public i is! invited. the three R's in our schools today j, Kuklatid. McCarty reiterated his determination -': errorFby May 3, 1:30 p.m. 'ounty for their kindn ,
Slade Gas
cost them the s and
Members of the chapter and any Appointed to the Ways ami;I to place game A luncheon is planned Humphreys ->i
| Reading, writing and aiithmetic1! a ceiling on state j and at Gaines- Bowling sideration during the .
gave Humphreys Gold 2-1. twenty
a ,v1.::
Means Committee I
others interested will go to Crosby j are the foundation in education I I were S. R Johns;, taxes and said that if elected, he win. I ville to precede his public speech Tourney which I have been privileged '
chairman and Mrs. T. T. i! there, Results
Long, would by and later in the
oppose constitu afternoon serve
Cemetery at 2 p.m. to decorate Our children are getting too many I! Mis. R. A. Green, Mrs. T. J. Alder tional means available every to him. On Thursday, April 10 Ah'are11| Senator Russell will be the Court as and their Clerk of the ( 'Irri u>

the of all soldiers buried I any won their second again prim lloldrng' tht- lead for to state again that i
graves frills and game on the
not enough of the goo! man Guy Edwards Mrs. Stubbins, ci pal speaker flU
; ; increase of the tax burden at dedication
I II on the the fine of cere straight \\eek in am not a candidate for the fti.. .
pitching Bill Epps whc the (
j I. ,
there. Humphrf
solid foundation" he *:ud. I A. Canova, Mrs. J. G. CalJwell I people. monies of a new four.lane high Gold Y made thix
truck out 11 men. Alvarez won bowling tournament decision b..ntU: "
Donations: of flowers for the ocoasion The Coral Gable candidate i !I and Mrs. Brown. McCarty was introduced by way at Ocala. Team the Lal: a heart ailment
this game 11-3 at the expense of stepped its which ,1.\ "-!"i 1'ec
will be greatly appreciated I I! 41 old and is Xext meeting of the group wil! Mayor J. R. Wainwright. A Traveling on a schedule so tight ."66 this week average up tr about four years ,
\ Gold and
( years a well known be held Humphreys is now the well in advance ago and wh n
\ Monday May 12, at 8 that of
I p m. motorcade of local j it leaves him little time
by the chapter supporter? undefeated for runner-up ESDs necessitated my withdrawn
only in !
educator 'i iI I team the league .600. r "
the I ,
in BHS band '
room II drove to Waldo, where the tandi : The League Standings tr traditional handshaking. Senator E. R. Fox eased back many activities and uhh 1 Ii
f I j into the
; date had an earlier speaking j Flussell will be whisked from town lead severely
for handicapped .
I end ate are as follows: best individual m>- n
Band Soloists sagement and escorted him tc'' (:.o town for speeches, luncheons, average with 1.41. and score performance of ray dutu-] >

Starke, Won Ix>st ( 's and TV programs He will rankers other topImnei public official.
I COULDA Heard At were: best indivldua'
BEEN WORSE Rotary II l>e
I Alvarez 2 0 '! accompanied and introduced game Joe McGee 2.09; best threehroughout While I have and will al'' '' "Y.
Humphreys Gold 1. I the tour by Senators have a kwMi
Sgt. Overstreet game total.
Two members of the BUS Band J Glen Wade 5.27; high- in publi' 1
I Elandteg 0 1 lolland and Smathers. and fairs of
by the cut my County I
who average strikes am taJoi
''I'f won superior rating for soil fl J. Shannon !r
At (
German BaseS !lade Gas 0 1 Congressmen in the vinous dis- 2.61 highest no part either for or '
ii j work at the recent district meet t ricts averaged spares, >

in Jal'ksou'i1Ieyere heard ,it rh Sg H Q OxviMreet t i- now ,;I Last night (Thursday* Blanding In addition to 25 major speeches. 'i! Mike Funderburk 3 60. spring county primaries.candidate. in the <

i Rotary Club Wednesday -tdiioned. m with t rv Army Airl1'took on Humphreys Gold and Slade f Senator Russell
Ben :North played, ":-1\ ,. will appear on C of C I am confident that I sh m
jjj 'in Fi.i, ." G: as tackled the league leading t,rlevision broadcasts i Notice < i
: | a bas;, at Jackson- J again offer
from Midsummer myself for
Night D..an ? '\lvai: ez team. Both games should v ille plhliffiee
1 tab.- u' r ,\t> miles and Miami.
as a French horn solo. and F.ar: j fr.. have been vry clo.-e although i I A meeting of the Chamber of but my services will b. i '. .
Norman pl'rformedIy: Regards ': MtUllc'l1.Germanv s scores were not available by press An all-day p.-ogrdm is planned I Commerce will be held Monday.:I able at any time that I < <"> ''
the ion : He is f4 ar May 2 in Jacksonville. The any assistance.It .
trombone Both Doting I L t ime. The schedule of games i April 21, 1 p.m. at the Chamber
: j
assigned tll Basm
e unior Chamber of
Commerce ,
mUS'lan1'1'1..' accompanied by j t the month of is has been a glorious ,
I LiMr ____ .; Flighi hrough May ar of rommerce office pr
as! an en- a rranging a luncheon Presdent
; L. A Cano'a.I t f'bllow: T for 900 at a to serve the County and th
gme mechanic on IC:cal hotel and H A. Bishop! J r. p..op-
Senator requests all Direc-
The Russell :: have been
program was in chalet f April 18--Blanding vs Slade very kind and < " I Jack Trawick who announced hat C 4 ; airplanes S ,; ; was ill appear that
the band would soon launch adn't' --. ,I Sg ( 'verstreet 1. April 21--Slade Gavs Hum f.ivi) ''f TV ...h.at 7; clock. b(-rshij) drive h\ "ir, u i grateful.

for funds with which to joinen the Air ...ln".r..l..... ., .._
phreys Gold & Aiva
purchase Blandmg : -
i ______. ] Foi m August NEW JEWELRY STORE I -MJ JTfJUl
.- 15 additional ,uniforms and rez: ON CALL STREET A J. Thomas
94 6.
p asked the Rotarians for their sup two ni"iiths training: May 6 Slade Gas \ A 1arel 1 Clerk Circuit r, ,

port i if this, program t1 u was -em to .Japan where he t Humphreys Gold vs Bianamg Bradford County

I r A J Thomas. Jr. was appointed v iav, assigned to a Bomber Squad :i May 8-Humphrey.rout' C'F A r. 1952

H | captain of the on for two and a half years. Af. ,
I I' Rotary team which Slade Gas & Alvarez V. Blanding #-
will soon play benefit er turning to the States has -
a Softball
May 15-Alvarez vs Humphrey GIRL
gam with the Lions (Club stationed at Ellington AFB, Gold & Blanding Slade Ga .

T'eafor 23 months. From there ,
May 22-Blanding vs Humphrey'
r..rlar Girl Scout rt.' '" .
IC went to Luke AFB Arizona foreven
RotaryLionsPlay Gold & Slade Gas vs Alvarez V *ld last Friday aftern"oris >
s months His,
i present as May: 29--.Humphrey Gold va th n \ -- and Crafts build! .
S! : i J.
ignment in Germany will be for fri
.. Alvarez & Slade Ga, Alvarez 4 ,
vs BH.l.eader Kitty Carli1 -:. ,
23 16
April I months. His address isS:
First! game begins a' 7 30 p m d i by Kenneth Casseing : ',
Ii gt H. Q Over-treet. .
AF141470G5.HS ,.
I ;i! Second game begins at 9'00( p.m various types of ar -,
S( f.1the Lions and Rotary 6th ABG, APO 65. care "
i Refreshments
1a'Fi Hubs p''ostmaster N Y :\. Y were -
haw been .
"talking a ,
good I Hampton PTA Plans 'r 'J ', leader
r 4PolaroU right heaping insults upon eaci'others :
I <::Jewell: Namedn Supper At Rally 4 ;-, r J 1. t 1 tH' preceding Thursdri.: .1' -
I heads-but next \\Vedne ** ,' he Scouts met at then u .

Minute Th ,t by the lsraPh-- rtanight they'll have to "put ur C.) Bankers Group .i The Hampton PTA will serve a "',! meach with a rontn

Pictured above is one of those "r shut up" when they meet a* I II I chicken supper at the political ral ; 1i. I ',: food and Easter < ar ..
accidents which is best described W I
by B. Sew ell.
the well-worn phrase "Well, it i coulda been BHS athletic field for their annual! president of the ly to be held in the school auditorium J JI f > Easter box to be gj'. '
worse.'ell.. p-londa
coulda. It happened last Friday It certainl} softball battle royal. Bank at Starke. has been l Thursday night, April 24.Serving a nliv 'I!)' family The girls thi

(Jacksonville) truc (, which had morning when a Roberts Parking Co, A. J aj p pointed as a member of the will begm' 5:30: and will. ; .' the box in a group
just j Thomas Jr.
made a delivery to Lowu's. was elected I t I
swung from Jefferson S1. into A gricultural Committee of the continue throughout the evening. __
The "fifth wheer at the Methodist Church corn er. I Wednesday to captain the Rotary Fl l Orida Bankers Association. I j I Polar, Recent Birth
pin. on which the trailer team. Proceeds will be used to equip .d 1-Minute PL ;j by tbe Telt'gl'aphPICTL"RED -
the pivots. broke causing and Jimmy Hobbs will heat. i iI
heavy trailer to careen into a parked tar I Godfrey Smith, president of the a school-community playground AT TilE OPENING or Roberts
belonging to Brady Bi the Lions I Jewelry store In Starke
y- I aggregation.
ant. The The I
corner of the trailer came to rest on the game ba nkers organization, said that the, and recreational center. All candidates are (left to right) Mr and Mrs Carl Roberts and Ernest .Mr and Mrs A. T. Andre s
ever, and Bf'ant.s pa\'ement. howj j I will begin at 8 p.m. Gate Robert, who nounce the birth of
car operating a
was scarcely I 'ipomtment are the son, Teren
brushed ap new business
instead of crushed. The from Mr. are urged to come and bring 11'the building formerly occupied
by Alan
will be
truck at
divided Gainesville
was dm'en
by Ernest H. Turner of equally between s well's Harley F. Strong on West Call He:
ethe St.
interest Mr.
Jackson\'il1l". I two civic clubs 'IA and activity in' their families and friends and help businesses in other Roberts has operated similar pital. April 16. Mr* A'HIre:.
s''sociation affairs. towns before coming to Starke, ,
in this worthy cause. where he is also was the forrmr Mar F-i::
I employed as director of the BHS Band. \\' &.'>dJn:


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with her father R M Crosby. son and daughter flf a fey d.1Y'- =->' -
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VOTE uy mfimi
EIGHT Beverly Joe and Ruell Crosby \ :. 1.
I and Kathryn and Robert Kelly All the farmers are thankful .
ON MAY 6TH I II II and Mrs. Beulah Kelly attended for the rain we \on had t: >-'Ie. Great Spring FOOD Sale
II I Sunrise at Kingsley Lake Sunday. Sunday The childrenvor <1.-.ip}
i The young folks played in the I. pointed because it was too u d tl

I band. have an egg hunt but it W.i ::1 i, ... .- 1
Maybe you think a little more of Sorry to hear about Uncle John blessing to the farmers. bv....iuse': "" "

J ti I Comrade Joe than you do of Uncle I Kelly being confined to his homeat the crops were needing ram j jMr I .
Sam. Joe licks his chops when you Johnston. Buie told me Saturday and :Mrs. Gordon Jones .UP''! p
stay away from the polls. In the last I he had been pretty sick. .'daughter, Carolyn were \"l-ltm;; '
Quite a few of our folks have
Presidential election 45 million friends in Waldo Sunday afternoon :::::::::
qualified -
been enjoying the revivals at =
Mrs William Crosby was hostessat
voters stayed away. Johnstown and Brooker. a cosmetic party at her 1m, : Y YjVW ti
Mr. and Mrs Thurman Jon.2:!
Monday night. A good number k
and children had as Easter guest .
You think your time is too valuable Mr and Mrs. Eddie Norman and of ladies enjoyed: the pirt\ ill '\'
had lots of fun using sample tr IK" I%
2 to wait a few minutes for your turn Mr and.Mrs Gordon Jones and up kits. Sorry I had to nu:';, 11: : $

at the polling place. You have more daughter.Mr.. party. Mrs. J, R Kelly ad! I -
and Mrs. A. C. Ellis have .
"important" things to do. were invited to attend the Ban\
returned to Miami to finish gather u
II Booster club orgamzat."n in
ing their fall crop. They are e\' Quantity Rights Ki>cr\cd. ,
:Stark; ,' ;-.1\ I t' ilV" Ilu: ,I't' Pm-eu ( aid Thru N,,' \prd I ,j '+
I pected to return to their hone: ,
A ,. .. ;
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here within a few da>s I p.I"the !
Ellis farm the utnel i Land >:.
What the heck's the good of "my one saw their lovely herd oil Jr.'sey l5ltJtJ i
calves. Mrs. Ellis is real i. r od $ Free Prizes
little old vote? Let George vote. foster mother for tht-m ,
And George decides to let you vote. .
Saw Mr and Mr K-' i 1 is GUY ANDREWS
So a lot of you's and Georges stay of Jacksonville visiting 1t,1 t- /> ir Loveft's Will Give
away from the polls-and lose an ents. Mr and MrKiiut: !I.. ;u nwnwi Bih Pitt, Away Absolutely Free
election. during the weekend. Mr! dlll\1: s
Lewis returned home w:in t eir (Pol. ad\ paid l by Guy Andrewsr ) 159 Bendix Snow White' 11 795 Food Orders Worth

Washing Machines. ::
You moved and forgot to register. ,!y' r ise It cm.on Each.
t. t ,fr 1 Yrs. of t
That's a reason for not voting this g tt Supply Magic *

k election, but, folks, it really won't do : Action "ALL" Deter- $ 159,000 "Snow White"

IYIM I to use that excuse a second time! I Ii gent. It Comic Books.
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1 I I Nothing to Buy Winners in Every Store!

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For The Cleanest Clothes in Town UseLARGE
The wife likes one candidate and the ,

+ husband likes the other. It's obvious I \ ., { \'

5 your votes will cancel out each other, i

0 but each helps to swell the total of tr 1 'tr TIDE BOX 27C

your favorite candidate. -
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You don't know anything about the Stokely Sli. or HalvesSWIFT'NING
q 6 issues and the candidates. It's nothing -: \ /

to be really proud of, but it I. PEACHES

doesn't take long to get up to date. Baby's Cutest ExpressionFor

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iI I iI Ik. can No. 2'1 Con
I a baby picture that will record the happ 3 13C 19C
I mood and winsome smile you love sa much

You think it's all "politics" anyway I bring jour youngster here. We have specialized ._, .. ....___.,.._ .r.... = u/'JI ... ___ ,_ ,
7 -and it certainly will be as long as ;I 1 in child photography for many years. Call iI
l' you and folks like you stay home. and wc'lI make an appointment that' most Donald Duck

u a %N con\enient to >ou.PORTRAITS 8x10 SIX3x5's5.00- 3.00 I ORANGE JUICE! 46 Oz. Con 14%CI

.-. .. .... .- Donald DuckCRAPEFR.1T
Your corn hurts-but remember a Inns J. Newbern Studio I Or. Con

8 lot of freedom-loving Americans get I JUICE! 46 13CDonald 1

; 'G to the polls on crutches and in wheel SftTIXSWed. : : iI

't chairs. 6 I'M: I 8:30: I'M: Sat. 0 .VMJO::: I
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Of course, we're only kidding with our "eight reasons not to vote" just trying: to .
bring home to you a few of the many excuses that have been used in the past by otherwise I
intelligent,, men and women trying to justify themsehes for staying away from I the 4 Donald DuckSALAD

polls.]It is hard to understand why some Americans still take elections lightly panic I I Quart '

their ularly government.Can today, when. there are relatively so few people in the world who have a Rice m DRESSING 39C

we imagine what election day would be like if Communism were to take m.-t r ->ur I ,
Country? Yes, there would be an election. The Reds insist on that, just as did the Na/u Armour's Star Corned
nut the difference would be that we would vote either Yes, or Xo; yes meaning complete I
endorsement of the central party and all of their unopposed candidate You could) BEEF HASH 16 Oz. 31C
vote no, of course, but might forfeit your life if that fact were discovered.
That can't happen in America, you say. :Xo it can't happen if we Americans remain
alert and guard our liberty and our ballot jealously. : "
There are 4,656 men and women now qualified to vote in Bradford County the high- WORTH MANY I y Tropical BradRICE
est number in the history of the county. We strongly urge every one of these who isI I TIMES THE
physically able to visit the polls on :May 6 and vote for the candidates of their choice. '; + PRICE...
In a world where millions now have no choice this precious privilege should be prized r- k
more highly today than ever before. J 3 POUNDS 37C

Bradford County Telegraph! 8AYLESS HIWAYHY \ b h --... .....

ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR :Mrs. (). E. Crosby Superbrand Choc., Vanilla or Strawberry

nlbli..llI"t1 Kery t naayi. and Entered as Second nl}!It.>. .lass :Matter at the Post >". J E. Ladd of JIl': (>-' '
filled his regular) appllllllll"II'> "
I, Bajl '-s Highway Bapn-t i JI n
Member i1 1952 Sunday morning and euni fid! I I
i! was dinner guest of tin I H' MACHINE I
.uh (ration $... ,\ululall. SI.50 Fur Sit :Months Don t forget Sunday si'ho.''I. '', \1\
Sunday morning at I'M": : m! NAME WITHHELD $1 69C
j, Training welcome Union at 7 p m F\u I I\ IH PRICE REDUCTION

t Two Hundred Years Old 3 I I I Mrs Juanita Addison and 1 i nil TERMS ARRANGED

: The first mutual insurance <,conan>' MO founded :March 23, 173'ihj ; : | drt-n Mr Mary Grinu>K'\ trot :Ali- i ,_- OK>r.z ..,...-.- -
lU'njunun Franklin AmiimiLiting thenull premiuins IIf a4 Lelia Byrd and children were
large nuinlMT of People) to pay the losses "f an unfortunate ft'w4-4 I guests of their mother. MiS R Corn Fed, Rib End, Pork Lean Center Cut

: was! the basic principle( established l Franklin and h carried l ont : I Clark. Ea-t<'r Sunday Mrs t'a.k:' CHECK THESE ADVANCED ,
da h i I :and her \isitor- visited her mother FEATURES FOUND ONLY
repro-ent : : Mrs Mar Brown at Stark and! I( LOIN ROAST PORK CHOPS
) tonipamex > -4 IN HIGHER PRICED MACHINES: p
.Amerlra an.I take pleasure in )participating in thi.. X'OOih ..1nnitenaary. j !'enjoyed an Easter egg hunt in tht t I t
-4 aflt'.nu.n.. 01 DIE CAST ALUMINUM FRAMEr
-4 I Mr and Mis Elvm Howard and STAINLESS STEEL MOVING PARTS Lb. <

t ). 0. (Jerry) Gay Insurance Agency I children of Bryceulleere Easter tI (YL'N BEARINGS GIVEN !IIII '! 39C 6.59CCr.
of Mrs Howards brother
t 116 X. Court St. Starke Phone 783; I guest I /SIX DIFFERENT STITCH LENGTHS
in-law Mr and
and sister. Mrs

I \Ve are surly to report the ill BY FOOT CONTROL
I nes of George Hernandez again ZIG-ZAG STITCHER!I "A", Dressed & Drawn, Fla.FRYERS.
STARKE UPHOLSTERYMakers He was admitted to the Alachua
Count Hospital Saturday and un ;
derw. !!! a serious operation The LB. 45C
of Fine FurnitureLet laS! nicer repo, t is w.-re that he was resting tee HOME I DEMONSTRATION 1 I I ,

Mr and Mrs Earl! Spencer of I WITHIN 150 MILES I _& .....--- """' '''''4I
Us Make Your Old Furniture JecksonMllepent the weekendWAIT -
I 'o I Colored QuartersMargarine
Better Than New Ac11

ALL WORK GUARANTEED I I 40S W. Forsyth St: Jacksonville, Fla. I II LB. 19CIP'JIF"

FREE ESTIMATES I would like a free home demonstration of your full
If roa. IOT n rot horn or PlDon :
t grab a .1.0",1 and start I guaranteed Brand New Companion Machine at $21.50.: I II
Owned And
Operated .
By dlt. !!
at no obligation to me. |f ffi 3 pt = HBg=s gBaaJ g=gi aaai i

NEWSOME AND McCORD Call Florida Renderers I Name ___ ___. ________ _______________________ __ I Florida Grown PascalCELERY

lOG Washington Ae. Free Prompt nrmotal of Dead, II| Address ----- ------------------------
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Starke, Fla. City State------------
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j!i Gainer'ille 3330 Collect I If R.K.I. Address; .:;;,;.;: send Specific; :; DirectionP.CT; ; -- .". ---
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be given as a grand prize at the YYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY J I way to a man's heal is thn 1 h, I'YYYYYTYYYTTYYTTYYYYTTYYl ",1! I J. .n Thcnaand, 1 ,
Sh.'rt'Y ertftod F1I'
.1: ; !Ln ;: i'i.i''L'last
bazaar. :Mrs. Childs has donateda Fhe'Life And TimesI stomach" kinda puts her into a AI, R.u'. Arley. Benny, James an'I.ynn we*k. NL -.',u01 .-t'tvcmenws
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMNBy blanket to be placed in the chest Of New River FolksBy different channel. She's no lunge PINE LEVEL MiRae and Mr. and :MrS. V ( yet.
t which will be filled with articles working in the offictshe s t. -tin; F Thornton.Rtv .
Jessie Leo I! Vondee Durrence midm! t, !
Sara McDonaldLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA made by members. LazenbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1 1I I and tasting recipes which sound a.- By Mrs. II. :M. :MePaekAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Mrs Dobbs and daughter Ices at tile Padgett .'hur'nt.: ... .
Plans were made for a bake sal I i if they'd suit Don's taste. Shesbecoming and Mrs. Inez Kelly of Starke. I afternl '11
} A A &&&&&&&&&.&... to be held near the Post Office or Howard Osteen son of Percy : : an artist!; at the "trade"too. Benton Futch of Lawtey and Ower ,
I Mrs..I'M; IAI-*: aiil '! .-
I I children 50c.Rally Saturday. April 19. at 10 a.m and Rena Osteen is home from I I So if any of you readers haverecipes Rev Alton Dobbs filled his ap Alvarez were dinner guests of'daughter San.I'p, :.' ten
Bank Opening Date I I'Un.. shape( (*1) The committee in charge is composed r Germany for a 30dafurlouoh.. e .1' that 'ou're found successful pointment at Pine Level Baptist the B. M. McRaes Sunday.Mr. with relative- (i'lt\ I Hill I \\ ,
Set For May 2 I Thousands are expected to attend of Mrs. J. R. Powers Mrs I He arrived April1 and is now'I i i plea.-e send them to Susie Church Sunday morning and evening and Mrs. Alvin Jack:,on of' ter and Ea-1 l.t'j': \ at F-: .

Directors of the new Keystone the mammoth political rally I,'. R. A. Hutchinson, Mrs. F. J. Allen awaiting reassignment He hopeto Mae Edwards. 525 E. University with iso" in Sunday School. Jacksonville were recent \isitoiy f with reiati\ t'.. .t' rlu. HIll .\

State Bank met Monday afternoonand to be held in the park Saturday, : and Mrs. E. H. Cooper. i iI be sent balk to Germany. They !1! Ave. Gainesville, Fla. I plead We are sorry to report the illness of Mr. and Mrs. II. H LeWIS. returned t.. 7. "> !r:1.t: s:.r : "
decided on Friday, May 2, April 26. This event is being ;i i I The schedule for caring for the I are expecting brother James home I' with you She's in the market. of H. M.Me Rae and hope he An Easter egg hunt was enjoyed I afternoon,

as the long awaited opening date. I| sponsored by the Keystone Rotary altar was set up as follows: AprP fioin Virginia soon. I i, We thank you. will soon be well again. at the home of Mr. and Mr>.. Among thi'st- ::1' 'k ii-' '
Dewey Willis is now putting the i'. Club. and May, Mrs. Allen; Sept. Mrs I I Jackie (Rouse) Crews and son. 1 j!I Mr. Schofield has had a bull Although it rained a lot Sunday Thomas Gordon Sunday afternoon Mrs Ted Mann.i; u: ri i, \ pa.it: ;. '

finishing touches on the interior nirthnllollm.t'11 E H. Cooper. : Dole; Jr., have joined Sgt. Dovlf'Ciews : dozer out in his fields and cleared the children] and grown-up- Those enjoying this event were:' Youngan Paiipi'n I-. "Ie M-!
cabinet work and he has done a Mr and Mrs. William E. Baker The meeting was adjourned ;:c | in Washington. D. C. I 1 them joyed the gg hunt at the noire Sandra Crosby. Larry and Ray, lan& -.

beautiful job. It was at first hopedto ': of Lake, Geneva announce the birtV members could attend the last of'' Conway Rouse is tationed in of all stumps and trees. of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae in Crosby, Dorothy and Eloise New. Gt>rti,. Fir '..t :p.ii'i:: .. ,
be able to open before the first,''of. a son William Edwin Jr. on the Lenten Instructions given by Korea. Turned it with a tractor and plant the afternoon. Those who enjoyed m.n.; Anna Ruth. Jm.. and GlniuiCroshv 1 I in Jacksonville"I"[' ,

: but a delay in receiving some sup March 25 in Alacliua County Hos-, Father Lyons each Tuesday. j The McKmnly Brownings just : ed it looks very pretty. All this pleasant hour were Rt'and Half Biown. Kathy My she neveraw h, p.-ip. s
I -u tr'''\\ I
plies from out of state made a pital. Flowers for the altar for Easter closed up the filling station Sun signs of the ole houxp are moved Mrs. Alton Dobbs and daughter ink Bt'i.i.\ .l I J., and! Pan-j (Crt'-by her life d"l. t niu 'I ,re ..I'S '
I postponement nec larY. State were given by Mrs. Nick Burson, J day since the weather was bad Mrs. Inez Kelly Mr. and Mrs J. E ,
; Catholic Cliih 1 and noflt'd! crops aie sh.\\ ing peoph 1',11', -, .if'\' S :.'
Treasurer Ed Larson a directorof I Mrs. Gus Cicen, Mrs. Wingenbach. i. and they drove over to Chatta- Starling and i'hildr*-n. Miss La\'on dun ,. ."
i I.
held its -
Catholic Club regular up instead
the Keystone bank, and State The and Mrs. E. H. Cooper. Flower hoochee. They said the weatherwas Dum-an Mi-s- Elizabeth Jackson LONG BRANCII
j I meeting at the home of J. R. beautiful there while it rained I plan to I .
will be I. th- .
M. po i Gul
Comptroller C. Gay with 'were I also placed on the altar by ni i n Stdnty! Ja.kson; all of Stalk t Ron

among the dignitaries attendingthe Powers last including Tuesday evening Rev. Father :Mrs. Shaunessy in memory of her and stormed here. this wtfkfii! I. mi know h.i.\. t t"n FT! h ,..1!f La\\ Icy. (0.11'a!: IU' :Mrs. .!. I.. Strickland t OFFH E S'PPI.n-:
opening ceremonies. 15 present. husband. After the service the !j The Crownings dance floor \\a> will \\ nut
Guests were two Ij iv i:'lll..t I t.; 'I': ft' 'j I l : \l.] I l.
| -h 'c' .
I Richard Lyons. flowers i!I ready for Saturday night even .f \'. .' \ ,.-' 'd:
Fish distributed
Lions Club Fry I of Santa Juana were to the I conic* tt nu o ATo
Mrs. Valdeljulios 'i the siding was not. A small crov.c! : : .' :' .
sick. Il1: 'l)1 |;.I) ( TH.I: i.l.I'M.
The Lions Club is sponsoring a Hartof
Ranch and Mi>s Antoinette enjoyed the first dance and then __r..__ _._ .
fish fry Friday" April 18. at the Washington D. C. After Mass an Easter Egg Hunt is expected a larger crowd this : --4"'; 'It .::;-if: : ;' .i-i ..:t :
I. Woman's Club for the benefit of I The date ot th.. summer bazaa was conducted for the children Saturday night. Mrs. L5i! owning ""f >- ", rr._ _. '_H "" .,, Y" ";Jj", ,.-. 1 IIJtM [' J YkW
and equip otit-ide the Woman's Club. Prize
improving purchasing was tentatively set for Aug. 23. will serve hot sandv.ii h. .ui.1'
ment for the school grounds. Serving I Konrad Elmamv.i parishioner of large chocolate eggs were drinks. *
awarded to Charles and Mark
begins at 6 p.m. Adults $1, has made a cedar ('h."t which Lorie Tomlinson was bu.ving [I'lL'
I Gaboardi and Barbara Drake for' and hauling tobacco jiluu
the number and consola
Monday. They were anxious II WE
tion prizes went to Johnnie and get then? in the good \\t-t t II n. 113
FINAL WEEKOF Georgie Allen. Prizes were donated !
They planted Saturday mnat!
by Mrs. Cooper. Barbara seemed to be dry ashes and! till E. CALL
OUR Hutchinson and Powers
Bobby rereived DELIVER
plants wilted badly but :\11IidolY:
I in the After
prizes baby set.
they were looking wond i I lul .t:t11 STREET
the Egg Hunt "a Communion
CLOSING OUT SALE Bn-akfast was held at the Inn. the rain.
Several people ''I still | ltn: :n._

MI-S. Carson Weiland flew home and several ;q'] (:.1'' ugh p'..iin.".; These Prices G.od Thru Wednesday:!: April 23
t t' Wisconsin this week due to the
I O. B. Moody h.ih: I 11.' !ud *
liness! of her grandmother. I; A large ll'hld! .itteii'u; I 1'. S' \\i E: KI:>KK\h: : 'I Mil. KK.fll\ I Iii) LIMIT (Ql I ANITII: ::

WATCH OUR WINDOWS The Beals moved this week tc political rally Ii.: t .>'e'k ,.1 t t'old I' .

f Gainesville. New R.xti- -i loot .1: .:. t --"l-.._..._ __;.. .:;'. -f-... ... _" .

Mr. and AIr.;. Harry Hughs and Andrews acu,1 .,- 'ham '. : G3.Red

ALL MERCHANDISE DISPLAYED daughters, Lynne and Carol, are did a bang up p"-.1 I Job. '2 C
j I on a vacation motoring in South Speaking of ih.! old N>.\ I K:, .
Florida 's'hool-.several "t 1 the !J:1I-: : .
here are planning to or.tj";: i TOMATOES
Mr. and Mrs. Crews were guest
club and the t? nool lot
I use < i <"
of the Powers this week.
% munity center. It [ned> u-.ni:: .
50 Mr. and Mis. J. S. Hackett and .
keep from "running don .uni't \ -
their daughter were
pf Washington
do need a place to gatn.-t! JUM ..._
guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. ... tji.-111l1 _' .. ", :Jf .. > : --'rlS y. .
; to gossip, if for no oth i i as.u .-- ; "t1 :.. ,.' -
r Ray Hearst.Dr. but wo i-ould use it mant..,'.,
SALE ENDS 6:00: P. M. and Mrs. Weld are in Jack. for better purposes. ; Pillsbury

-onville for a few da\s while Dr.Weld "Uncle" John Snowden II .? bt t ;: C

: has some eye surgery. 1 the \uikr.. H orBallards
very sick past two :
SATURDAY APRIL 26 haa been i cnfined to bed this \\11K I LO 5 LBS

ADDRESSESOF Couldn't breathe if he lay d\! I ii s, l
that kc[ t him out of b.1 : .ill ,
I when he should have h, ui!! l I\I.. .t'

DON'T DELAY SHOP TODAY M Ir,.. J. E. OwMe, care Forest ''down.I, We wish him a -t' > ." "

i ,lone-\ Peri inc. Fla. covery. 8Lwtmi J.it$ :\R;
Mis i N. D. Wainwright, Jr., 12So. !. Albert and Eunice :M I ,\
AT their strawberries an1.1't II
Dixie ,
Highway, Hollywood
ki C
Fla. !i production. They pii : :bno Tip
D G. Peters, Box 2331. Cristobal i crates Monday but lot> \ 01.111I .7

BRADFORD HARDWARECOMPANY ('all:11: Zone. I aged by the heavy E.I-; '' i : II:> N 1 I Alaska12's _
P\t II. D. Smith. Jr-US5310- It is estimated there will I I h. motu

' watermelons are running It .\
( lIX. X. J. j
P' HeniL Rt-dti.sh AK114 have runners from 6 to is iu he
Service Cash and Carry I __ .
Quality .'T4;) Box :.!61. ::5601st Main Sqdn. J I Their five acres of sweet ,'lIrn> is gulp"S, -- -- .. .-.; ."__ 4:'"* . _- .:! ,._
Luke AFB Phoenix Anz. i suckering and bunching i<> tassel
Now, we all know whei. tu gi. Dixie Lily _

.... \ .. '. T.t Kit some good food. _
Joe Lazenby made hu USIMS! t ip C

I U I V.. k I t p: ..' 'l, me Saturday a.m. aciompaiui-d SYRUP 1/20A1
ba buddy, Charles IAAIHe:
1 I 11 VI g ii I _,t\s L.:'s coming "back I in MI'si _

.'. ,>ods" next weekend.
N1UE\'A'M\ I'IJ' ) ii Mrs. Emily Moody ha b. :, 'd _

:j'> nek in bed with a cult! :M'MWS .' a
d % H d.&
j '! is still sick n it I i.iM'iind i.:;' III'

I Ii W .. I the houi-e.
:Mr. Grander is fencIng ,,': i Grade 'A' Ga. Shipped .

II ;,i.iie now and has t 11.l1"l! :i-i

.I(lund. He has a n' \\ r > Cr
I planted' his cabbage col'.u'! ,!1Prt'tty Dressed L84
but that seems t III< t 114> .1 Ii!
__ the greens. FRYERS Drawn

\) H.ntl:1KeI't.dl',1

\ Monday night at Lon_ 1 j." ..

_1\t\t G\tl\. \Church Mrs. Dodd read .I i ..,'.,. .--- ..-.. .. .-. ., .
\) tioni our Missionary ,III'tlirikett t\ ;'.- ___ '._ '-. -, ., ,- r S. (OS.fS _________ _
who is now MMt: n 4

O\ ..".' O'l. tl9.0 tl. t.tl'Ll .. r,, O : Albasu, N. W Africa >!N! j. ..' Western Lean .
\ O Otlt\ with us to st-nd bandi!"< '-
S1 ..Gtt c
'01 The natives there ale > <' I j.;
..OG.01S.. : with tropical ulsers and! \i iI
$$1,, .. PORK CHOPS LB
k- 'HH. I Beckett who is a tra.tu i MIH
1, awell as a servant ot G.>cl *0
ministers to their physical as well
as spiritual needs.'! If an\ fMd-i

who has linenssheii- !pinliases i.\ -- -. -' '- --- --- .
l"M' <<.... '!1. t'tc.--that any have ",'n til 1{ netrI ,...'F.fJr c. '- .. .. ,.- : :-. :k.. "-"rr .S::_ !) _1i7" "'::.-. _-_f1- __ __ 1.; '
': purpose in the household. .uni!! < ..mI
WaldorfTISSUE Clorax Rival
;J; be of service as banda d C
certainly be glad to have i'i'-m' u
I send as soon as: possibh Plea.se 5c BLEACH F FOOD C

,>.. 1 notify Mrs. Fred Dodd K.-vxrone lb
Heights Mrs. Mable Sapp New

,..... j I River, leave them at the Bradford ROLL QUART CANR02EN
l"r "i County Telegraph or meHave .
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W 11 I for Dot had Sheppard's several "Thank cake recipe your- -- -- -. : .-- .'- .. -'!_ -- :-r_' ----.i'_ -F=_, Ir--------. =.:" ,t, ', yt-- ::

t'," I so I extend them right on co her Pork Neck 3
\ Marion and Judy Sapp of Lake
',"<, Butler attended services Monday E Bones C //// KR) DELICIOUS
<;:.tI, 'ui Church.night at Lake Butler Christian E 3 WASTE FREE
Minnie Johns and glrlpent 3 -- () r MEIIU

Easter with her parents. Mr anaMrs. | Pork TailsI U
-- N. A. Conner of MidwnsDulvrs SWEET PICKIN'S BRANDChitterlings
-- nab) Keller
\ Bring the kiddies in for this brand-new, exciting toy today! We are sorry to hear .ib\ 'c Uie [ PKG.
accident that befell the son I
No cost! No obligation! But whiteou're here ask to young
\ of Curtis and Madolyn 1 iOt-\\ roitimooK
see the new dependable 1952 General Electric: Refrigerators.Big \
Dukes last week. We den i 11a"t LB. I
G-E Space Makers-wonderful\ new RefrigeratorFoodFreezer 3 LIMAS I
too much information ths: i(

Ivod.I Combinations. concerning it--.except Put tN. hti = : C
wheel of the tractor ba.K"l* t ovi )

G\t\S WE HAVE A LIMITED SUPPLY! COME IN TODAYI I the little fellow and hes i- : i-net! White = LEAF
i0'jS G\\ to Alachua Hospital. It :l" imdrr : = C
\I \ stood the child it at hiin,i',."uil I r SPINACH I/

1 out tit,, :3;( ;; Gl J J. M C G R I f F Ft I grandparents: Cr-ws. We in a extend mui and h M I 11"IIVt't'condition. -:Dishes Kirby E Bacon Ilr I 3: SUGAR: I IIII I ,

1::\\: (: f cO-' Phone 229 \V. Call St. Starke Fla. for a complete, speedy r.our i very: Pig Feet I % PEAS l ;

.-t W.. "e Helpful Hints and t'efuI

,tn \ i\\ ,ou1o Auihorhed Deafer There is Recipes a reader Needed of thit > :iumr. Hog Maws (..IIEE"E )


GENERAL ELECTRIGREFRIGERATORS who a and few worked has short gone in ones offices to school of for course years college and I E LB LtJ I BEANS:

now cupid has pierced her heart -
she plans to be. married June 1st,

in Gainesville. She's never cooked -
too much, but the old adage "The ,



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Martha Toney Smith Weds W. Ralph Dixon 'Urs. Douglas mother of the groom Marian McRae Becomes Bride Of !Mr. ConnerIn was all excited Sunday when husband Hear that :Maitha'and: Ralph' 12. looked like little ang.,

vas gowned in a navy silk dres i R. W
Sgt. ) called from romance began with a date u they led the processional

In Lovely Easter Afternoon Ceremony with navy and white accessories Presbyterian Church Sunday Afternoon ( >akland.. Calif. to extend Easter Gator Growl last fall He's an cidentally, the robes weri _

Her corsage was of pink rarna <: 'P .Il",- to his family did you injector for the State Agriculture from Hogan Smith .

y. tions. l K .t 'j\ Bobble Mapel sportm' Department with headquarters That Nownpour during d';' ,
t:. A followed at't.-i ,..
reception me : '
it''n Monday
a new m Deland time Sunday morning kind i ,

at wedding at the American Legion : '", they were just here for See Sgt. Billy Miles home from a damper on the traditional F ,-'

Home Guests were revived by ''n* ..1.Mm: Allendale. S. C. .
v but the i 1.\
camp at Sault St. Marie, Mich. parade young >
: the mothers of the bind and .5'-'r .1 "rIlI'e' some business .
: for a 30-day leave after which he'll were wearing some beautnu:
groom. ",- n. Bill Tilleys have moved1ai
y report for duty in New Jersey before fits under those raincoatsOne
The bride's table was >\-riai(? '
m the F. F. Flume
M embarking for Germany church-bound miss shw[ \ .
with a lace tablecloth and held the 'IIKO' .IIHI.-S to the A. L. Alvarez
T See the Maurice Edwardses i Sr. i fell in a flooded curb-gutter d
tiered wedding cake, which war 1 ...11\ Bay street .
tgs ,
and rlln,1Euter t
4r office
have moved into their lovely new post corner

surrounded with orange blossoms. HiMt Audrey Newman (caught home on West Madison took finery Oht ..::1\
Tall white candles were on each
'l t Moin I Smith Dixon bouquet at' 'em a long time to complete it be can't have pretty weather al: '
side of the table. A matching lace r fr .
'wedding Sunday afternoon cause Maurice
tablecloth was on the punch table.
: .
gin you know what that means worked on it when he wasn't toe 1 Easter I remember in a long
which held the twin punch bowls. .
1'J; ''t ; ; And speaking of the wedding ;, rushed with other projects but time At least the downy
Tall white candles and white
t 1 'ua- quite simple but lovely in'' it's well worth waiting for didn't start until after th,- >
! ;: .. flowers decorated the table. Miss ,
-"." car + k Faye O'Hara and Mrs Louise : ) ever: detail, with Martha and her Surely wish I could have seen ,, rise Service, and it stopped ir

r r ; sister Dorothy Creighton. lookingmost the Methodist: Junior Choir in the for a beautiful afternoon

4 Knabb, sister-in-law of the bride ( .. .r beauteous in smart pink lovely new white robes Easter Seems to b. all for now-
served punch, assisted by Mrs ,
r creationflown from New York Sunday they s ty the 37 young long see you in the nest
James Phillips! and Mrs. F. \\ .
4 espeiialU for the occasion singer, ranKing in age from 6 ti CarolynA&P'sFINE
Tyson. Miss Madge I'hinm-y cut b4Iti

eS j f the cake, assisted by Mrs. Jewell J I

t. tt Paulling.Mrs. 1
I / ?
} George Bartlow of Middle- 1.j

( .1- of the bride's!!' .
sp burg was in charge :W.f, .
S Lk; book. The table was covered witha .j .

r ur white lace tablecloth and dec '= \1

orated with white snapdragonsAfter ;;

y spending :some time with \I( ( ,t C- by .H# +'4f,

: the guests: Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Food ValuesLvvy11vtrytrtyvyyyvyvyyyyfyyy1'vyy'vy

heft for a wedding trip to the a" I

x re southern pact of the state. Th a
bride won a navy suit with navjaccessories S j o ii1r 'r' '"
d- ,
I : and the orchid from I .";, \'r",
'J rr .; "
her bridal bouquet.The ": '' J, Super I ICll Right:: SmokedPICNICS(

P. bride attended :\lal'villECollt '
tI'RrtlcIL'ALS >ge in Tennessee and the Uni- ,,,;:'; t tOlllel' L.

verity of Florida. She has beer I ii- 4 Corner I I S 3SC
I \
employed by the Agricultural Extension t.. ;"

in the IMxon-Smith wedding, OM event of Easter Sunday, Service, University ol: '

are (left to right) W. Ralph Dixon, Mrs. Dixon Mrs. B. F. Creighton. Florida.Mr. : AI Washington+ said it Walea Pure TurkThis
h ,ct.
the bride's sister and only attendant, and Major Creighton.-Photo by Douglas graduated from i I <, q ,'M 1 : ;

Chris Xewbern Studio. J Bradford County ,High School and I ,. week, thecelebrationof Lb 1 liC
attended Stetson University foi:'W Washington's birthday 7

brings to mind the
: one year. He graduated from tlu story
A wedding of interest was the-
l University of Florida School ol f .MK. AM: SIRS GLENN CONNEH are pictured above cutting the about the famous cherrytree.
of Mrs. Martha Toney Stn-ak Of Leancannot
marriage : :
Smith, daughter of Mrs. J. E. Miss KnabbVeds : Forestry.He cake at the reception following their marriage here Sunday' afternoon. Whether he said \,1: 1

: is stationed with the Air 1'hoto ,liy ISullington Mudio. tell a lie" .-
Toney, Sr. and the late Mr. Toneyof Lowell DouglasIn : Lb.

Shubuta Miss, to \V. Ralph Force at San Antonio Texas, wh"'n' don't know, but the; father WHITE MEAT l8C
Hawthorne Miss :Marian (Carol McRae, and :Mrs. McRae. the bride's par of our country did ,
Dixon of Winter Garden which took .he will be joined by his bride I say
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney cnts. Mr. and :Mrs. Conner, the "honesty/ is always! ; till "bcet: .
afternoon at 4:30j t
place Sunday E. McRae, became the bride of groom's parents, the bride and policy. The foil ndzn
o'clock at the home of Mrs. N T. DixonSmithVedding /g Jutck Fruzt'n RedCtorgc
Glenn L. Conner, son of Mr. and groom and Mrs. Crawford, the father of A&P tieo\ -
\ !(
Ritch Cherry Street. Rev. )
on Si Party Entertained Mrs. Leon Conner in a beautiful matron of honor. The receivingline Huntington Hartford had
Thomas G. Mitchell of the Methodist Lb
I candlelight ceremony Easter Sunday was formed before the mantel!!
4t the same idea when he
church officiated at the ceremony said, PERCH FILLETS 19C
At Rehearsal Dinner
i afternoon at five o'clock in which was banked with magnolia do
in the presence of relative "Always what is hon/< *t.
i the First and of the mante!
Presbyterian Church boughs on top
and a few intimate friends.A '1 Mrs Martha Toney Smith entertained fair and sincere and in the
Starke. The impressive double was a beautiful long arrangementof I
pink color scheme was achieved h *t'' at a lovely dinner part;' best intf rest of our Customers. Florida Grade; \
ring ceremony was performed by :sweet peas. ''
in the artistic floral arrangements ,Saturday evening at Keystone; Ini 1 / Dressed andDrawn
Dr. John Warren Kaufman. The bride's table was overlaid
decorating the rooms of the following the rehearsal of her wed That's the spirit that has
I Prior to the reading of the niar- with a lovely cutwork linen clot,
home which wore opened en suite. I ding to \\' Ralph Dixon. rage vows, a program of nuptial and centered with a three-tiei always guided the folks of Whole FRYERS F E S

The staircase was entwined with A&P. It always will J
A pink color scheme was carrieold d 1 music was rendered by Mr*. Cilery wedding cake embossed with rosebuds ,
garlands of plumosas: fern and on .ry
m the artistic centerpiece o f Davis organist and Tony Gonzalez and topped with a miniatun't CUSTOMER
the at the foot of the steps RELATIONSDEFT. 1I
post peonies and fern balanced by pin k soloist who sang "Because", "0 bride and groom. Around the cak c ,
carnationstied t
was a cascade of pink
candles in silver candelabra. Attractive Promise Me'and "The Luid's was a ruffle of nylon illusion pace d! +
with pink satin loops. At Food Stores Lb.
I pink place cards were attached Prayer". at intervals with clusters of whit 420 A\e. ,
the French doors in the hall was Lexington :, 41C
a tall pedestal basket of pink I to miniature baskets o' Large vases of white gladioli gladioli and white button chrysanthemums New York 17, y. Y.

mints. and Easter lilies were used tee and sprigs of tin y
gladioli and pink carnations. The ,
Those enjoying the affair wer in the Double white bUrnin,,
held in the i ; advantage decorating !>&II C. English ivy.
wedding ceremony was
a backgroundof I I Mis. Martha Toney Smith \\'. tuary and lighted white tapers i in tapers in silver holders flanked thi IJnit
living room against
huckle i i Ralph Dixon, Mrs. J. E. Tonej,r, branched candelabra cast a soft cake and were surrounded by ruf

magnolia Three boughs seven-branch and candelabra i J Sr., :Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale Mis.i glow over the setting.if fles of nylon illusion and cluster Starch, pkg. 15c LEMONS Doz. 25C
berry. '
Audrey Newman, Gene Bolick J The bride had as her maid oft of white gladioli.
holding burning pink taper
the and I \ Gainesville and Major and Mrs. I honor, her sister, Mrs. F. M. Crawford The wedding cake was cut b;y Ilajo Liquid
set against greenery
were F. Creighton of Eau Gallie. who was attired in a pastel Mrs. Frazier Shaw, Miss Shirle;y Starch 15c
satin bows. qt. -
4 Ears
were ted: with pink FRESH CORN 29C
The center candelabra held a blue suit with pink accessories,, Shaw and Miss Idell Landrum

miniature nosegay similar to the McRae Home Scene accented with a corsage of pink; Keeping the bride's book at i a Swifts Jewel

rosebuds: with loops of satin ribbon separate table, which was enhanced PASCAL

bride's.The nuptial music was presentedby i Of Buffet SupperFor by a lovely bowl of sweet j>eas Oil, ql. 57c

Doyle E. Conner brother of tin! was Mrs. Lucian Conner. Servinj)g Stalks/< '
Mrs. Emma
Mrs. L. A. Canova. I Wedding Party LuSoap CELERY 2 13CFlakes
and groom served as best man. Ushers punch were Miss! Ann ('res-lel
:Miss: Audrey Newman
Bray Mrs. ,Toney met the guests at the :Mr and Mrs Barney E. McRa It.> were Lucian Conner Barney E.. Miss Joann Dinkins and MisI Ige. pkg. 27c

1- ,'nh'rtained'at a wl.ghtful butf t McRae, Jr., Jack Eaves and Jar I I I Martha Landrum. Others assist

door.The bride, who was given in ::4a 1 nipper Saturday evening. folluwin!% Lamar Johns. ing at the reception were Mrs 1 floating Soap. .Large liar GRAPEFRUIT tub Bag 29C

marriage by her brother-in-law, a the wedding rehearSHl of the i- The bride given in marriage bj r Frank Landrum and Mrs. Be:n Swan 2 for 25c

Major B. ... Crefehton of Eau daughter:;- Marian :McRaan d her father, chose: for her weddin:; Holtzendorf. ,

I Glenn Conner at the McRae ho mS a pastel green gabardine suit complimented After spending some time wit h
of honor
matron Iona Yellow
Gallie, had as her Bath Soap, Reg. IUr Cling::
with white their Mr. and Mrs Conne r
Mrs. \ on CheirVtieet. accessories guests.
and only attendant, her sister .
She wore a corsage of three large! left for a short wedding trif Lifebuoy 3 for 23c 1
B. F. Creighton. Mrs. Creightonwas 1\ Enjoying the affair with tii lC / Con
gowned in pink taffeta made bride and ;ji-ooni and the McUa!5 white iris tied with loops of whitE!; Upon their return they will mak C PEACHESNo.2 1 27C

similar to an old fashioned petticoat were Rev John Warren Kaufmai? :satin ribbon.n their home in the Alderman apart Soapy RichRinsorIge.

featuring a camisole bodice Mr. and Mrs Lowell Douglas.Photo Mrs Elleiy Da'isIiss Evel\' Mrs McRae, mother of the bride, meats on Water street. pkg. 27c

with shoulder straps and complimented by Chris) New hern Stump, Doyle Conner, Lucian Cot j. chose a pink linen dress will i Mr. and Mrs. Conner are graduates I

with long pink silk glove Studio.t nerd Barney E. MvRae, Jr., J...'jj white accessories and wore a cor, of BBS class of '50, afte r Toilet Soap (Garth; WholeBEETS

shoes and hat. Eaves. Jr., Cail Lamar JohnMF, : I. sage of blue iri,;. Mrs. Conner, which they entered the Umversit\

with She carried matching a nosegay of pink Miss Frances Neal Knabb daughter F. M. Crawford, Mr--. Lu :.ui Cai;: I I' !brother of the bridegroom, won!: of Florida where Mrs. Conner i; Lux, 3 reg. bars 23c No. 2 cans tic

of Mr. and Mrs. R. 1... Knabb of 2 1
Navy with white accessorie still attending classf'Ir.! Conneis
shattered carnations with pink ner and son. Douia: Mr. and crepe !:
Hawthorne became the bride of \\llsons UoastBeef 1
and a of pink carnations i now employed with Humphreyg f
ties interspersed with pink Mrs. Leon Conner, Mjan i.l I Mr s corsage :

satin nylon ribbon puffs against a back' Francis Lowell Douglas, son of I' Lonnie Halley, Jr. Patsy BoutoiMr. ]11, A reception was held ':; Gold Corporation. 12 oz. can 51c

ground of pink nylon net. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas of: and Mrs. B. E. McUae.: r1 >I.the ceremony at the Parish Housed ,: Among the out-of-town guest f Green( ; giant!

Acting as best man for the bride Starke on March 23rd. They were : Crawford, Lucille\ McRae ar on Church street. Mrs. Gar 1:I I were Misses Barbara Mulea an c' Wilsons (With KEAN.x: )

Sale of Starke. I i:[married in the First Baptist Church Merry Beth and Bi-verly .Jea n I Mathews greeted guestat th e Gloria Mclnni- Gainesville: s No. 303
broom was Guy Cans
Chili 1 lb. 29cUilsons
The bride chose for her wedding of Hawthorne, with RLee Crawford dour <'nd presented them to tht .1 I. F. Rogers of Jacksonville ani d can PEAS 1 33C

Barnes officiating in the double .
gown an imported French modelof ring ceremony. c.elvutg line lOllMMllli l ;: lit Mltt MiilU-tte Hale of Lake ButlerAndrews Corned

silk taffeta in ashes of Shuford-Carter
pure Palms, baskets of S.IiSrcflA4bLtttr
roses, featuring a Queen Elizabeth; greenery --. Beef Hash, lib can 33c; (,olden ( ream Style DKI) MAI/
!i gladioli and canna lilies and Wedding Tonight
neckline and permanent pleated

full skirt. She wore a tightfittingpink I: candelabra, holding lighted tapers, 1151.on; No. 303 Cans
i, decorated the church. The front
hat and pink slippers and of the altar was covered with fern ; Corned Beef 47c CORN 1 33C

gloves. She carried a nosegay of and baby's breath. I II

shattered pink carnations and I I I -.. \ViIsons
satin Mrs. Selden Waldo, pianist, play
sweetheart roses wi'h pink
net. ed a program of nuptial music Mor, 12 oz. can 41c White House :2s: OZ. JAR
ties backed with pink nylon I III'<, 1d, f. have been a office and part-timin fi
., and the traditional wedding march.
Mrs. Toney chose for her daugh moust man; t t'i.' table to spy on in :Mccartys( headquarters ar C Tomato
Uptons \'t'J
Miss Madge Phinney sang "At
ter's wedding a lovely gown of 10 v ? -ui Shi Ann Smith's East Katie Wainwright, Ruth Broadwa
Dawning" (Cadman), "Because", ]y Mix 3 APPLE BUTTER 1 19C
dusty rose lace with a bolero, studded (d'Hardelot), and, at the end of e> itiniiHt patty last Friday eve Eolme Smith and Alice Anderso r. Soup pkgs. -

with rhinestones and pearls, the 'The Lord's rang oen l! waa riot with all Jessie Bennett of Danvill,
ceremony, Prayer"
complimented with pink accessoriej (Malotte) while the bride and yXL liei .ijjir little guests dressed up Ill. is new soda clerk at Ducky'!s. Liptons Noodle _

and an orchid corsage. I groom knelt on a satin-covered m at-. i ama's clothes, complete and see Blanche Cleveland ha; Soup Mix, 3 pkgs. 37c

Mrs. Emma Bray of Winter i l prayer bench. Iron !If' unmentionables to dres changed jobs from Priest's t

Garden, aunt of the bridegroom,i Miss Carolyn Thomas was maid I .'s m--1 : shoe-, gloves and purse! '. Akridges's Taxi stand. I'h-anser BALLARD FLOUR

was gowned in blue silk sheer with u ;'ipsfiok' compacts etc,-they Have you noticed those gran d,
of honor and Miss Sara McCannwas Bab-Ocan 12c
,. -
whit accessories.She .I t. -ported earrings powder,
lace trim with her attendant. The bride was new swings and slide that E.-t
shoulder of :'nige i and lipstick-the dinner it- Lbs. Lbs.
vanda wore orchids.a corsage given in marriage by her father -elt was a grown-up affair starting Sigma Phi sorority has installe d Strained 1 Baby F KK! 5 49c 1 0 97C

The bride attended Judson col. i Charles E. Knight of Starke waF out with cocktails I fruit l and over in the playground acros Gerber, 3 jars 29c

best man. Edgar Johnson of Hawthorne all the fixin's for
a fried chicken from the new county jailthat'
Ala and Louisiana i
lege in Marion, : -
and Richard Pape of t r repast -the centerpiece for the their project for the year-to ':
State University where she; was a pre Dromedary 1)eyil.load l :
Clewiston were ushers. table waa precious cake made in vile playground fo LbS$1:27 ,
equipment 25L
member of Chi Omega sorority.For I Cake Mix 14
The bride of lace 28c
she has i wore a gown the shape of an Easter bonnet with that spot and of course they coul d ozs.
the six
past :years, over net and taffeta, fashioned ,
flowers and streamers-enjoying use some financial assistance fro r
taught kindergarden in Starke andis sleeves and Mrs: Lois t Cartert f Lawtey announces '
with long-pointed a the affair were Betty Ann Sim any and all public spirited person.s
charter member of the JuniorWoman the of hei
a net and lace train. The gown was I engagement mons. Diana Smith. Sylvia Anders who might like to help out Jewel Shortening, 3 lb. can 73c
s Club. Mr. Dixon is employed colt daughter. Valaria C. Denmaik ol f
high-necked, with a peter pan FINE-QUALITY MONEYSAVINGk
Mary Elizabeth Milder Mary sorry to hear Evelynn Newsomhas e ,
with the State Agricultural Jacksonville, L. Shu
to George
lar. Her finger-tip veil was caughtto Agnes :Matthews Dorothy Masters! been on the sick list this wee k Silverdust Soap Powder, Ige 1 28c
Department. and ford son of Mr. and Mrs. John i
lace and Juliet fOIL.Wlum
a pearl cap and Penny Holunsworth. and also confined are Julia Lawsou nutley
Following a week's wedding trip she carried white carnations centered Shuford of Lawtey.
..1 See Alice June Harding home Stevie Edwards and Jimm y Blue Streak Rice 5 Ibs. 69cmargarine
the couple will be at home in an with a purple orchid with The wedding will be an event ol
,! from Atlanta, Ga. for an enforcedvacation Lawson who have the mumps .
apartment in the X T. Ritch homeon satin and orange-blo som stream April 25 at S p.m. at the home ol Eelbeck Corn Meal 24
bridelect's from her Western Union On our birthday calendar thi E oz. pkg 16c
Cherry Street.Outoftown the sister, Mrs. LeonSta.rling.
ers.Miss Job- she hopes the strike will end week we offer Congrats to Garnit -
guests at the wed. Carolyn Thomas, maid of (
soon the vacation is all right, but Parker who celebrated on Wedne s Junket Fudge Mix, 12 oz. pkg 35c
ding were Mrs. J. E. Toney of honor, wore blue net over taffeta No invitations are being sent,. s..etiiw.d..p> ttwItMhBM.
without pay-that.s something day of last week. W. H. Nollma:I! favor tat coc voo -
Shubuta. Mr. and Mrs E. M. Brin- and carried a 'touquet of mixed but all friends and relatives of '}
|'different hear Lt BarneyMcRae who celebrated on Easter Sunda;y -- ( fee-quality rtUowm Trices in this ad effective: thru Saturday, \pr. 19
son and son of Hugh, Mrs. Jose spring flowers. Miss Sara Mc the couple are i invited. i s.rtdrme 4 IlldltoId..n, -
reports Wednesday to San and Mrs. Susan Andrews whos EO fW-Wlapte4 grunt
phine David of Baldwin Mrs Cann, the bride's attendant, was '
Antonio, Texas for S weeks train birthday fell on Monday als
Vernon Brinson Macclenny, Mr. gowned in yellow net over taffeta, Recent BirthMr.
ing before going to Yokohama: sending out congrats to Arlin an'd A&PFOOD STORE
and Mrs. M. L. Patterson and son, and carried a mixed. bouquet of 5 /
Japan for further duty Betty Eustis McKnight on the birth of a.
Malcolm of Live Oak, Mr. and spring flowers. and Mrs. Eustis L. 19C
McKnight : Ann (Flynn) Phillips is working'son Wednesday a.m. Hear fro j The Great Atlantic. and Pacific
Mrs. Fred Guy of Gainesville, Mrs. The bride's mother wore a printed are announcing the birth of a sen Tea Co.
:out at the Farmers Market now Ventura Calif. that June Caldwel I[1 Entire Contents
Emma Bray of Winter Garden and silk dress with navy accessories. on Wednesday, April 16, at P. \"cr' ; Copyrighted, 1950
j as typist and bookkeeper also is planning to come home nex I
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dixon and son Her corsage was of white iris. side Hospital, Jacks lwille. I 300 East Call St.
see Dot Epperson working in Guy month for a visit Dot Rees l.
of Orlando. I




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I I, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby had i i Gilbert Brown, Worshipful Master Mr and Mrs W\n. B. Boyd of Mr and Mrs R 0 Dansbv anti
Billy Smith and Drew Reddish .,
as' Easter Sunday guests Mrs. J. : of Bradford Lodge, F. & A. :\1. !St. Petersburg were overnight i children and Warrant Officer and from l"of F. spent the Easter know h.e nTou .r. r.l .1101 .1<;1"-- -

R. Wainwright and children and is attending the Grand Lodge in guests Sunday of :Mrs. Boyd's parents :Mrs R. J. Andrews and! family holiday with their are hereby notified it!

pSJt.61VI1 Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr. of Starke Jacksonville this week.J. }Ir. and Mrs W H Null
Darby Peek of Lake City and Mrs. M. Erownlee and children. i man. Carr> in Jacksonville on Sunday. entsMi .limit and cause and you are ro'l i
DeWitt C. Jones. Miss Elise Jones Katherine and John, of Gainesville Mr and Mrs W. S Cohort and Mr and Mrs. W S. Colson and and Mrs:: Colin Stout of De- 1 ed. r pleading torve a copy of >our n-i. ..
ti the
Land complaint
I n
' and Mrs. C. W. Chalker of Gaines- visited Mr Brownlee's mother, :on. Cecil of Orange Park spent j son of Orange Park were Sunday 1 were Saturday guests of Mr. 1'Unitiff Attorney, T. F. "
C.IN THE NEW Mrs J. M. Brownlee rveI I the and Mrs. Wilbur Scott. Lu.drum. Siaike, Florida, affci1 '
I ville.Mr. Monday weekend in Starke visiting Col.! i; i afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. : ..rigln,.' .' .t. '"-e '
... and Mrs. E. L. Middletonand ning. and Mrs D. E. Knight and Dr and J C. Fogg.Mr. Mr.' and Mrs. John Uixon werein 1'.lk! nf ih-... I''* art '!
-- - - -
Mrs. \V. Q. Dowling of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews had Mrs Lemuel Colson. > Waldo Sunday visiting Mr. and !lu.r.' th. -> ,' o 1t.+\
and :Mrs: Fred Ham of I tllf 1 \\ l IH' t I. ri
The L. S. Hutto family had as Mrs. and Mrs. Corbin Carnell of '| ,sonville and Mrs. W. E. Middleton as Sunday guests. Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. William Norris had Florence S C. Mrs Phares Mixon.urtcr:7D ,'t>!l,|>l.tl.lt x i I j. ..,

Sunday guests Mr and Mrs. T. F. Wheaton. 111. spent their Easter visited Mrs Wm Barnett in the Lowell Mathews and son, Dennis, as guests over the weekend Mrs. of Ur were weekend f. ss.,1 l,,. X ..
guests and Mrs M B. Her- Th.s >
n -
Hutto and family Mrs. Jack Cun- vacation with their grandfather F.1 Sanitarium in Orlando on Sunday. i i and Miss Patsy Mathews of Xep- Augusta Hillman and Mrs Janice ;long. The ii'i'Kiu .. ,-(' < i oii't pahh,"; ,xn .i.
ningham and son, Roy, and Mrs. I II.II.A.. Scott and uncle and aunt. Mr Mr. and Mrs Dave Paulk and tune Beach and Miss Gloria Me1 1 Dodd and granddaughters Pa- Herlongs and their In Circuit Court. llrnilfortlrinriilni CYYar, weeks. in II!,. I ; !r
guest! spent Sunday at CedarI In I:hnnrrrr.J.iiii grapll.lI"t..1.
Mabel Benton all of Jacksonville. Mrs. Wilbur Scott. daughters Faye and Sylvia, attended Innis of Gainesville. Bruce Mathews i tricia and Jan of Ocala and Mr I Keys. Mrs. Foof '"s MI-III i-t I>i>nilas. Plaintiff \s 1 'I \1"|
Myra Lake
Mr. and Mrs. J: D. Doyle visited (lose outs of 12 rt. linoleum the annual Eater: reunion of U. of F. and classmate, Bob i and Mrc. R. H. Bartley of Jack-1 City F-,4,1171., \ ; .. It.HJ: llotlKl-) I lUfilll'. !,. (tiKKUM.M.. S.KAI.I;: A j \p
was also a guest of the Hei- IT 1'--:'; non rir-rk! of the '
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Geiger and patterns 79c a square ,arll. Webb of West Palm Beach sonville. f'frruit
of the Paulk family in Willacoo- spent : long the \-iui* T" \itr>nr.I I l'M t.\rtlT r>< Dt-p-r ,'
during weekt'nd1VIiAAlI1AAAAt11&A1AA avtT.
Mrs. Annie Doyle in Green Cove Hart Furniture Co. caep Ga. on Sunday. the weekend with Bruce's parents Mrs. W B. Parks returned home i 1 j T I i:' !,- : '' .1" rAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA- \ ,.. 4 iv ,

Springs on Sunday. The Doylea Mr. and Mrs. James O. Toppins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton the Garl Mathews. Monday after spending two weeks i' .A.AA..IIA.a. .
also had as a recent visitor, J. F. Jr. of Jacksonville were the Easter were in Atlanta and Rome Ga Mr and Mrs. A. J. Duke of Orlando with her sOn-in-law and daughter, .

Robb of Charlotte N. C. guests of her mother, Mrs. May meI over the weekend visiting relatives. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dameron Black and : LET'S RE-ELECT

Home for Easter with their parents I I. Toomey. Mrs. Susan Andrews had as Glen Duke and Mr. and Mrs. T. K. family in Jacksonville ftft

the W. B. Sewells were I Miss Eleanor Hall of Tallahassee birthday guests Monday her McClane on Monday. Miss Joann Dinkins and her U. ftft

James Sewell of Jacksonville Miss I spent the weekend as guest of daughter Mrs. Bryan Lynn and Mr and Mrs. Fred Hooker 'of F. roommate. Miss Freda Cr,>s- :, > E. Conner ftft

Gayle Sewell of Baton Rouge LA., Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. daughters, Sandra Susan and Dade City have moved into the by of Jacksonville spent the Easter Doyle *ftft

and Miss Virginia Sewell of Ft. Mr. and :Mrs. W. L. Edwards and Mary Eileen of \Villiston. Knight's apartment on W. Madison Holiday with Mr and Mrs. L. F. ftft-

Lauderdale. daughter. Fredrika of Jacksonville Dr. H. H. Adams attended the street. Mr. Hooker is employed Dinkins.Mr. ftft
were weekend guests of Mrs : Alachua County Medical meeting at Shepherd Radio Shop. and Mrs. R. M Graves of -
%v. H. Struth and Miss Kate in Gainesville Tuesday evening Mrs. Sumter Harley of Jacksonville Atlanta Ga. arrived Saturday to .. ftft
FOR SALE !1 Struth. last week. was visiting Mrs. Maxie Car- spend a few days with their son- ... Experienced: '

Mr. and Mrs I. P. Shepherd Mrs T. }1. Hutchings and Mk. ter Thursday of last week. in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. ... Energetic ftft

joined Mr. and Mrs T. R. Jones and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings were Mr. and Mrs Bill Long and W. \\'. Caines, Jr. and family. Mrs ... r&

i i'in Orange Lake and visited Mrs.Shepherd's in Trenton over/ the weekend visiting daughter. Mary Dena, of Gainesville Caines and children are returnmcto : Dependable win s ftft ftft
QUILT SCRAPSWHILE | sister Mrs. Annie Mr. and Mrs R. G Dodson. spent Easter with Mrs F. H. Atlanta with her parents foi. .. ( apableI ftft

I Laura Neuner at the Tampa Gen- Mr and Mrs Ernest Heyworth Lonjr. a short visit p. l0. Ir ftft-

THEY LAST eral Hospital. Mrs. Neuner was injured and daughters, Susan and Claire Mrs Mattie Gahagan. Mrs Al- (rte

in an auto accident five of West Cheshire. Conn were ma Burnett and Mrs Edward > I ftft
50c Per Lb. weeks ago. guests of Rev. and Mrs. T. G Burns will spend the weekend at"Car'lee" rlulls to sleep-: SfCERE ftft ftft

I 1 Mr and Mrs. Eugene Finch of Mitchell over the weekend. MrHevworth ". the Swisher country you .p... ftft-
j Shennago. Falls N. J. were recent is the sister of Mrs estate near Melrose attending the ftft i.i.

Call At Office guests of Mrs. Carl Wynn. :Mitrhell On Monday Mrs Mitchell I annual house party and executive wakes gentlyautomatically k ? h ftft

i Mr. and Mrs. E. Matthews oxj and her daughter, Barbara Jeanne board conference and retreat ot the you .. ftft ftft

I j pect to return to their home here accompanied the Heyworths on a Women's Auxiliary of the Episcopal / } ftft

BIG DADManufacturing I' Saturday after spending the past 1 1I ''trip'. to D..]ray Beach where they Church and )lioce-c of HMI.- Fq .

several weeks with their soninI''\\ill spend a week with :Mrs Jilt da.! $ ..

Co., law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs !'1 rhell's parents. Dr. and Mrs. T. Mrs. Wallace Faulk and children t.. '- Pt.,

Inc.Starke II 11. McLendon in Orlando. Arthur Moslev. of Jacksonville spent Tues p. ., .>.\ >t t:< ... ."..." "3r" 0 .
Miss Sara Williams is working :Mr and :Mrs John D. Dye and dayith. the Maxie Carters. NEW, MULTI-PURPOSE p.pi.
Florida Miss Hilda Watson visited! lu-i, Doyle Conner Shown Above j
for Western Union in Tallahasseea Mr and Mrs. Alfred M. Dye allf Trndillglis Pasture and Cattle
? Ft. Lauderdale have arrived to parents. Mr and Mrs J.:1 Watson -
few days this week. y.J .
spend the summer at their home in Erooksville over tht weekend -

DP Kingslev Lake. I OUR STATE
Mrs. O. P. Dyal of Jacksonville J
Mrs C. L. Moitt has had a* r
recent g"lJl'stsr.: and :Mrs. Ollie is visiting her parents Mr and '

BLANDING DRIVE-IN Roebach of Reading Pa., who Mrs. A. L. Alvarez this week. Pt
staged with her during Camp Mr and Mrs. D. O Pnilj-fn ,IJacksonville >i Representative

1 Blanding days and are now plan- were Saturday gui-sis i
Dedicated To Movies AreCommunity I IBetter ning to come back to Florida to of ;Mr and Mrs. Leslie Biggs 5

THEATRE live I in :Miami. On Thursday of Miss Dorothy Killmssworth: "t ..4. He knows the farmer's problem because he earns: his \living\ from the >-

Sen'Ice Than Ever; last week Mrs Moitt was hostessto Jacksonville, auditor from the .s*>- '4 Farm. .

f A MARTIN TIIEATRK Mrs Martha McCorna.k and Icctive'' Service headquarters. r m: 4, lie worked his way through college to prepare himself! to [better serge >

:Mrs. Anna Bell of St Charles 111\ working part time in the lo. ,il 'II, 4 the people of Bradford County. ftft-
Box Office Opens 6:30: P.M. Show Starts ;:20 P.M.: fire for the next two weeks 01111- ftft ftft-
e'n you care enoiijrh.einl a- a His contacts and friends -
many throughout the state made it possible
RAIN OU absence
FAIR ing of Mrs Rnoua
I the very InM-Hallmark im-ting occ,
for him to do for
4 more
Dampier who to g 4 County. ftft
is on sick lease
Studio \ (lift
Fri. Sat. Apr. 18 19 Mon. Tues. ''anla. Ilullinglon t Through help he made in the Le blature.
|I Apr..... 21, 22 .holl.l (tf) Mrs A Z Adkins is "Xp.teIJhome j 4 your good
1 N Paramount, The Harry Lappe family will today from thl'l'e'f ek 3 E 7 4 His future depends on jour help and he tries to he worthy of your sup
present visit with her j.
the move into the" S. G Denmark sonmlaand port. ftft
I present home at:> scan a- the Den- daughter. Dr. and Mrs B. A i" mi 1 e He is i proud of Bradford (County and its wonderful people and he will

t1f I falefaccPlus ;mark's new home is completed.The Jr. in Norfolk VaMrs 4] never let you do\\ n. .
P' <
Chnstiano and 'hiltlien !
Bob Hancocks will occupy the ftft-

I F I e. y Technicolost.TTn r Lappe Jack apartment Abel has returned on N. Cherry from St.a Conn., Peter arrived and Saturday Lynn, of for Davie several aNti 39. 4 4 HE WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT ftft ftft-

wt'eks'visit with l'(' I.
[ lOP B visit to his home Ventnor., X J.HMr. f Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St.her John parents and ... 1. INCREASED: ASSISTANCE; for old age and dependent groups. ftft ftft-

I' t gob :Shop. family. Mrs St John and the I i 2. HONESTY IN: 'OVERNMEXT.: ftft
and Mrs. Howe Murdock IASY TUMS -
I Jane Christianos .1.: STOP WASTE of dollar. ftft
and children Howe. Jr. and Olive are spending this weekin i taxpayer's ftft-
Daytona Beach. YOU'll MARVEL AT HOW MANY I .4 .1. SOUND ftft-
BUSSIlL of Miami and Mrs. S. T. Dell of program for support of public schools. -
Gainesville were Sunday guests of :Miss: Dorothy Ross andlis.:: .<; THINGS IT Will DO .4. :J. MORE AND BETTER highways and farm to market roads. ftft i

:Mrs J. E. Wilson and Mrs J. M. Dorothy Alvarez spent the weekend Superb radio with rich lone 4 6.(; SOUND AGRICULTURE{ and Forestry Legislation. ftft
I feferfir ROBERT WEL6H'W in Winter Haven visiting lissAlvarez's 4 ftft-
Brownlee. accurate electric clock automatic ... ftft
: d 6y NORM4N Z)11E00 parents Mr. and Mr
Attending the convention of s. -
\\j Florida Federation of Women'sClub" R. B. Alvarez They also attendedthe Radio-Alarm with socket i ; He Never Missed A Roll Call ftft
for small appliances-all 1.4 -
Plus "Sock Kitten"Cartoon yours
-a Bye "t. } I
} II sunrise service at Bok Tower I 4 ftft
iiI..n ( Tuesday at the in this new multi-purpose Zenith
while there. 4 II K; -
t Hotel in Jacksonville were: tics Cteck-Radiol! lulls you to sleep 4 -
This Cartoon ''({nick on \ "ur" Senator and Mrs. Charley Johns ftft-
W R Dowling. Mrs T. C. Hazen. .. wakes you gently gradually 4 ftft
had as t (n'ul.11\ Tuid fur h)' Oil))!' I:. Conner) -
K. T. Thomas Fr Mrs. D. L. Thomas :Mrs S. Sunday guests Dr. J. Max ie it even turns bed lamp ore ftft ftft
.Mrs. I'. r.ounj:; G. Denmark Mrs. Stanley Xoegel, Hell of Gainesville, Damon Yerk other electrical' appliances' on .......L.yy..11.1..1..11.1IVm..1Tn..n.Y.1YyY.T.11..11-

:MrSteve Simmons and Mrs H. and Mrs. Huldah Morgan of Jacksonville and off at your pre-set time! In YVVTY -
Sun.. Apr 20 ONLY Wed. Thur. Apr. 2.J.; 21 I K Adams. \ Mr. and Mrs. E M. Bit in. smartly styled DialSpeaker UAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA YYYYYYYY YYYY'. .. -- '-'__ VKOCH'S _- _
son of Maxwell and Mr. and Mrs cabinet.
4'lose outs of 12 ft. linoleumn.ittcriis ( .

e SILVERQUEEN jI!)(' a Mjiuire jard.Hart John Balf of Homestead. FLUS THESE ZENITH EXCLUSIVES IS NOW YOUR : '

Furniture ('II. Pat McGnff from U. of F. spent a long O"mna', AM. 'a' aawtrM ..4
: I I the Easter holidays with his Standard Kroadcatt r.c \11'J. Chandler returned I par REXALLSTORE
e Hit vibrant' ban and
ents.r.:: .
.in'r :Monday after a short visit t and Mrs G J. McGnffDi .\*.., Inbl of "big" i.UBuiMJn .

tth:i Mr and Mrs H P. Mont '. and Mrs. A. A. Kartsoms Wavamagnct liminaUt. out. I
.de Mnol Jwtt plug in and ploy I Ia .
i ,:,mfiy in Griffin, Ga.Mi plan to spend the weekend in T.it.- OlalSp* kr combines lorg.r speaker.
and Mrs[ Charles Shepherd j pon Springs visiting Mrs Zia rt- end y-lo-rtod dol.'R.e .

I dnd children. Chuck and Gail, left soms's grandparents. Mr and Mis t U S rot Off H
Thursday for a week' visit with Emanuel HagimanolisAttending I

BRENT LANE I "el.itives in Montgomery. Ala, a family reunion and! E;
i ;nft1l1.i Atlanta and Newman Ga. dinner at the home of Mrs F Afoon' WINKLERI Z&e THURSDAY
Plus Three !Mire" Cartoon IMuH"I'lut! Fledglin ('artcHII I 15,11 Smith from U. of F. was and Mrs T A. Steele in .

home finthe Easter holiday and I Gainesville Sunday were: Mi and I 1c FRIDAY J ;'

M I. and Mrs. L. F. Smith also had I Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter. Lin p.4.

a.s Sunday guests Rev. and Mrs. da. : [rs. J. B. Sapp. Mr. and MisW. Service SATURDAY

DK1VK IN OR l'LOIUU.TIIE.TItt: ADS Cl'T1 OFT ,VMi Pill! : Mrs Robert Barrett of Atlanta and Mr and Mrs Carl Sapp a fld' 221 N. Templeve.

MINT IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FRKE TICKETS <\a spent the Easter holiday withhl'l i sons Charles Edward and J lohi APRIL 17, 18, 19 ,.
mother, Mrs. Eunice XewsomeS ... Benny. Phone 166Mother's
S Husell'a1la C'
(( of Alex-
Mr and :Mrs.: M M Sniit.au: ....
..unina La was the Monday visitor -
baby of Zephi\hill, hair .
it :Mrs J E Wilson and Mrs JM h into thi new Knight House on nn Lakr\ COM IK 10tJAYr PINS, 2pkgs. .11 Re\all Coconut OilSHAMPOO I

I : BrownIe and ho drove Mrs I'tn'l't11':: Smith ,.- 'mpl..1<(' nv A ) AfONJ'TRATIOK 6 oz. 2 for .541
M.iDickens) to her home in San- Her'ult'Powder Co SUPPOSITORIES, 2 bx. .44 ,
ford after three weeks' visit with M

Dedicated To Community Service Mrs Mr Wilson and Mrs and Mrs Victor Brownie Hartmanii Klenzo Mouth.Wash, 2 for .80 Rexall Shave Cream, 2 for .40 :

"Mo\lea Are Better Than E\er" -
01 Rotkford 111 arived Tuesda\ aI
to spend a month with Mr Hart- Day Klenzo Tooth Brush, 2 for .40 Rexall Bay Rum, 2 pts. .60 I

Sat.. Apr. 19 ONLY Tues., Wed. Vpr. 22. 2.1 mann's brother Albeit Hartmannand
Mrs; Hartmann. I Mineral Oil 2 pts. .86 p.4
Stationery Ass'tm'nt
+ ( ati Mi and Mrs ,
K Don Page and MrsU C. .
Gift ;
W Reese visited Mr. and Mrs.[ Suggestions Ma.scal's

on VW\ Sunday.Mr Page. Sr. in Jacksonville ''I :.4' Hand Lotion, 2 P ts. .70 Candy, 1 Ib. Two for One .,

1 i G TEXAS i t and Mrs J. E. Hardy and ..... p.4
rhildien and :Mrs Gene Frensley Helen CornellBubble Cannon !4

61LBERT ROUND RANGERS, .e_ wt-re in Gainesville! Monday ELGIN and BULOV ?ii Bath, 2 for 1.01 Turkish Towels 3 for 93c i

1 Barney McRae, Jr. and sister. .4 j..
AND tOwuO UUU rraanctM Lucille were among those' attend- ''p.4 r 1-i
GEORGE MONTGOMERY STORM| mg the Sarahfc'CannCharleg; r
Peanut Brittle Parker's AerosolINSECT
S HIOMI comtLuwnoM Kill k oniuu Sl I Quick Bands
1a..,P iy M a.ere N ., IFenAApwctH 1 w, 'Knight wedding m Pinellas Parklast .4
h I PI M $ Friday afternoon. i' H 39c lb. KILLER 22c

Mr and Mrs Calvin Johns were
I'liis Itiiiiii) HuKgol" CartiMin 1 Lakeland t ;; 12 oz. 79c
in r.
over the
weekend r
a I .. 7-I'c. Fire King; $1.00 KNIFE
visiting relatives. .
ant l.ah..t News ..
Mr and Mrs Joe C. Scarbrough i.I OVENWARE 3 PC. Casserole only. 69c
; of Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof WATCHES is.

4 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson.When :, only 98c Ovenware 98c 16PieceLuncheon
)Ir,.. C. I:. Henmall .
E 8QpM you rare enough/ s ,.a. very best-lUUmark GreetingCard ft4ft4 Set 1.79
k 11 E p91E a at Bullington Studio, : Gift ., 1 12-I'c.C I Fire King ]12-Piece

E Thur.. Fri. Apr. 21,23; had Mr as and weekend Mrs guests T A Mr Yawn.Yawn Jr COSTUME JEWELRY BY CORO ::3 OVENVVAREonly White & Green 6-Piece

Flux Serial "Overland Kit Carron"t twit t brother Benjamin Jones of Don- t:* p.4 1.79 DISH SET 1.29 Kitchen Set 98c
and "Haunted Cat" Cartoon ttl Jpf iIllf1 '' alsonville. Ga. .J

( I Marjorie Ellen and Freddie fe ..
ua\t t Pearls .Zf.-
UNIX Thomson arrhed) CompactsSee "
Mr and Mrs W. H. Thomson and p.4.
Norma Jean Adams! d .... .
\Mliium daughter. Evelyn will arrive Saturday ..

Sun., Mon. Apr. 20, 21 I II ,It Itry IIOIDIA !parents from and Monticello grandparents to visit Mr their and Our Nice Selection of Mother's Day Cards p.4.. 25% off all WristVatches J6.95 to 59.50

I Mrs F F. Stump and family. is


I as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Fine Watc1 K'nairins -. Fully Guaranteed iiIi
1te oriel and the > I J E Powell and son John. Jr anfirs d

atria 9 a t'aker' .. I tt'W James Shepherd of Jacksonville ..4p.4 KOCH StoreTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTT'

r'ite? r oA.. JOHNNY STTWttT ---r-1: r Mrs.V.. B. Sew
ll is expectedhome ..
-a s.* *>CWM ta. e.nW N.w.w.e aae __
"'*" "*"" M ...a ""'" treat today from St. Vincent's hos iiis
Plus "F1)in Cat- Cartoon and I
pital where she underwent *
corrective cst Call Street
Latest News FLA.
rils .LucKy Duck" Cartoon operation earlier in the b..'.
I week. I 'U--:'; 7 .
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'TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTYYYYYYLAWTEY Edwards, and other relatives.!I!i and sons, Ronnie and Donnie. spent Mrs. L. R. Thomas for ten -- "- >MyMII: I I.iail ,.
days. the children
Other guests of Mrs. Edwards on !I! the weekend in Ft. Pierce with i''Mrs. H. C McGlohon: returned mg enjoyed an Easter children and Mr. and Mrs :M L K. C Lon;: tnt daughter of I tat .
tc hunt with Mrs na1t .
egg Danny -
i Parker and! Tilghman Igh \\
| Sunday were the Mixon family!i II Mrs. McSwain's mother Mrs i! her home in Lakeland Sunday. Patty Bigham finding the of Gainesville! wereis.t! I ford. Mi:: and Mrs Gene Long':: an,' d..e last: evkendFt .
prize ing their
:, and :Misses Lou and Ada Edwards Roden. 1 Kenneth Johns from F. S. parents, Mr and M-| daughter :MaMr: : and Mrs II
U. eggs. Mothers a-istmg with the Sam t'li-i-}i .,f ,-
Mott. Mrs ,
!, of Jacksonville. I I i The children of the Methodist Tallahassee was at home for hunt o\vr the weekend A r.'l-.m; ,1 i::.1 1 lauj.'ite': < of St.iikv \ .
By :Marian Norma 1 the were Mrs J. W. Thon.as, Mrs .::1aj i iKtthi} ,
) 1 '
I Cheri and Johnnie Redgrave of i i Sunday School enjoyed an Eater Easter Season. An additional Mrs. Ralt'il''h'atl'l's' of Dunde I and :M-: i I' i :'\Itt. i li!, ii ,' ('r\\ l."-
u1. I I Howard Wait :Mrs.: Ernest is 'tr to. ,'
Jacksonville were weekend guest: j Egg Hunt on the church grounds guest of his parents, Mr- spending a few days here with I ,-i "1-1 il! .1:' ,)' ; t :i.d
I i Mrs Edwards and Mr.- O. ,
J. Mott. I
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All her I h..l
Fay Durban who is stationedat of their grandparents, Mr. and i! Saturday afternoon. Thisva? Claude Johns. Sunday was Mis children between the daughter. Mrs. G. \\' Davi I M' i v : ; v. : I'., ,- ,,. ,. "
Patrick Air Base spent the J. I I sponsored the :: ages of four Mrs. Mary Green of Brooke I.h. i .. 'i.
Mrs.! O. Anders. by Sunday Schoo Montie Hutchins of Gainesvilleand and i : :' I ;'.1: 1)I) : : !
were invited to attend Mr. and I
weekend with his Mr I Mrs. H. O. Brown
parents Birthday guests of Mrs. YV. T. teachers. On Monday afternoon Starke. and in Ji.hr
1 join the fun.
I and Malette
and Mrs. Ed Durban. Jimmy j I Walters on Thursday of last week 'of this week the children of the Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. Wedding Hale of Worthing. n

Weaver also stationed there, spent were Mrs. C. V. Turner. Mrs. T. P. I First Baptist Church also enjoyedan D. Sellers and Mr. and Mrs.P. and Mrs.Inoiteraaryarr. R. T. McDavid and yule Miss Iris Brown of Jaek-.", HOUSE CLEANING TIME IS BUG KILLING TIMEWM8R
the weekend with the Durbans. I hunt under attended the funeral ofi: : I
Wood, Miss Helen Walters, and egg the direction of S. Crews were their relativesi were honored
Mrs B. E. Curlee and grand. Dr. R. L. SMell all of Jacksonville Mis. J. P. Wyrick i Mrs. Emma Rivers Mrs. W. guests at a delightful Cora Hewitt Mason which v' u
daughter Carol Martz, of Jacksonville i S. family picnic Sunday at the Mc held in Furman. S. C. Tuesdas ,
Mr. and Mrs \V. M. Dinkins and Rivers and children if!
Also of lastweek and
on Thursday night Mrs. David home celebrating their 60th last '
; were visiting relatives in son. Andy of Tallahassee spent Waldo Pringle all week.Irs. Mason \\ a- ;
Mrs. M. B. Boatwright entertained of Auburndale.and wedding anniversary.
the Lawtey area recently. I with a party for her son., the weekend with her parentS: *t Mr. and Mrs William F. Atwood A bountiful picnic dinner was firs niece Brown.of Mrs Mary Green "i'<.

Mrs. D. B. Harley spent last I Warren, and his cousin Aubrey. and Mis. J. M. Browning. of Jacksonville. Sunday spread with a large anniversarycake Mr. and Mrs. {
week\ in Tampa attending a meet I Manning of Macclenny, both of! Beverly and Buddy Appleby of afternoon the children of the family decorating the center of the of Jacksonville Guy Pinholst. t '
ing of the Grand Chapter of the whom have answered the call oflI Stuart spent from Thursday until and a few young neighbors en- table. Out of town guests were Pinholster visited Mrs !R I

Order of Eastern Star. Elaine I I Uncle Sam to the colors on Tuesday -. Monday with their grand parents, joyed an egg hunt at the Sellers'home. :Mr.: and Mrs. M. I. Ogden, Pompano Mr. and Friday night. I
and Tommy visited with their of this week. About twenty! Mr. and Mrs J. E.. Warren. Ir.Apprl.by Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Robinson Mrs. Junior Hint.1Clearwater : u s
here while :Mrs. and his mother, Mrs. \\'. S. Wehunt visited his !sisters.. :
grand mother has ,
I young people were present to enjoy I' returned tc and children of Miami, Mr. and Earl Green and Mrs. ,. ;
I Ernest! 1 F
Harley was away this affair and to extend good' Herbert Appleby, of Jacksonville his home in Atlanta, Ga. after an Mrs. H. A. Coleman, Mrs. Ola Ray wards lat weekend.Mrs. -. '

Miss Idell Durban has returnedto wishes to Warren and Aubrey. At I[ came by on Monday to take the extended stay with Mr. and Mrs. lalphUl;;, Mr. and Mrs.: C. C. Van- Mary Green '
her work in Jacksonville after a the close of the evening Mrs. Gas- children home. E. C. Long. siskle and son, of Gainesville, Mr. Mrs II. O. Mr i I'I I

visit of several days with her sie Manning, Aubrey's mother assisted Sunday guests of Mr. and MrsG. i I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ifardee and and Mrs. Francis Baird and children sister. Mrs. (C Brown. C. visited i t''<, I .1%
Strandberg ;
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban Mrs. serving \V. Roberts were Mr. and Mrs. children spent Easter Sunday
parents Boatwright.in in of Penney Farms, Mrs. Doris Keystone last I -
}Ir. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and cake and soft drinks to those pres Melvin Weaver of Gainesville, :Miss: Gainseville as guests of Mr. and Kelley and Children Mr. and Mrs.J. Pvt. Alex Williams Monday of (', ,, 1 I

children of Atlanta spent last ent. I Nancy Wyllis of Hastings Mr Mrs. H. A. Burgess. H. Sowt'llIr.. and Mrs L. L. Jackson, S. C. visited his lt! .; I teo s I

week with his mother, Mrs. W. H. Mr and Mrs. C. A. McSwain\ and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and son, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Thomas were Parker and children, Mr. and Mrs. in-laws here last weekend.Mr. .wilr: : REAL-KILL Av Mr.// F

i David, of Starke; and George rect'ut'isitors of Mr. and :Mrs J. T. Sowell and children of ''
and Mrs. F. M.
: Claude Vickerv a- BOM8 /
Roberts Jr. of Palatka. Thomas in
Middleburg. Brooker INSECT
and Mrs. V. V.
VOTE for and ELECT Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Visitors of Air.. and Ali Elzie and children of Starke. children of Gainesville visited :Mi;I Q lNEMtU lK
and Mrs Earl Gu-en;I -
II. E. Priest were Mrs. George Stafford during the weekend were Everyone had a wonderful Unit Sunday. cua>1 N EED r, r r
Summerlin and Joe of Jacksonville Sgt Lt. and MiM P, i'Gain.!:.''
1 son, Julian Stafford -
of Ft. Jackson together and wished the
.J. S.JULE 1m x I CI ; Mr. and Mrs. Earnest S. C. and Mr. Buster Padgettof couple and son. Mai k. >: > .. \nl''I'. (
many more happy years together. Texas K/IL IMI4N1o
are visiting! h :M.
Jrte. and Mr- "r.
Williams of Lake City; Jacksonville. \\". :.M.1T.. Meeting ox Rf !B .
Williams of Mr. H. P. Gainey ;a n.1.i i I"l IY99A1! {B0 r
( and Mr* Murray and Mrs E. (C. Long visited The Woman's Missionary Union SEA I I it A AlTi '
7 YOUR Wellborn. Mr. and Mrs. atives !in Fli>riii.i ..t.h .\ /
G. B. Cols<-n in met at the home of Mrs. Lot IK
CONSTABLEDISTRICTS Dinner guests of the J. M. Brooker Sunday. Edwards, Wednesday afternoon, :\ --. Sally! !it... I it: :: 6$(

r Brow rings on Sunday evening'were Mr. and Ms., L. R. Thomas had April 9. at two o'clock.A is\isitingh'I.'i i 't.Varne.h !" $# I

1, 2 & 3 Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Buntingand as their dinner guests Sunday Mrs. large number of member !"e. i..' j I c : St t9 QUA ot

children, Bunny and Carol, of Faye Rose of Gainesville.Mrs. : were present. They attended tc Eater Ul'I I M'G '

V # BRADFORD COUNTY TAXPAYER FOR Jacksonville. the afternoon the W. W. Mcd-ary, Bill Mc. old and new business with, Mr. B. Colson were 1 M!- 1 y,
35 YEARS Brownings and Buntings visited Crary. Mis. J. 1!. McCrary and Eugene Crosby President, ir
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Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crews of the her sons, Alike and .
Danny, and charge. Prayers were renderedby
Your Vole and 6 Will lie
Support on May I
State Farm. Sue Cavalier, all of Jackson Mrs. R. F. Gano, Mrs. Eugeiit

Appreciated Fay and Virginia Starling of vUle were guests of : Ir. and Mrs Crosby Mrs. Lloyd Dyal.! ElectionOf

tl aid J'olIh ,) I White House were visiting Mr Dennis Fancher Thursday of last new church officers were a.c
I and Mrs. H. C. Harley and family: week. Young Bill remained herewith '; follows: Mission study Chairman

Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fancher until Mrs. Lloyd Dyal; Jr $Boy" R. A
II I 'I I Friends of O. J. Phillips will be Monday. Leader, Rev. Earl Willis; Coworker FM

j interested to know he is home iii; 't TKK: : Hunt Jr. Girls G. A. Leader, Miss

( again after a stay of several week Mis. John Godwin entertained Iva Mae Lewis.
i in a West Florida hospital at Tampa the members of her
: Sunday School I The W. M. U. members will meet

Stoutly Resist and .Training Union classes of the j I at the Baptist church, Wednesday 9601 i
: Mr*. W. C. Phillips who has been Raiford Baptist Church at an | afternoon, April 23 at 3 o'clock rncs
Further spending some time here with hiE Easter egg hunt at her home Friday -1 Everyone is welcomed to be pre.- ,
_Compulsion mother Mrs. 0. J. Phillips, has re-1! afternoon There were about tint
turned to her home in ; 18 young i
I Tampa. j people present:: After I5irlInlay Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and the hunt the hostess served cookies .
I :Miss: Ann Moore of Jacksonville I II with iced drinks to her guests A hugh delicious birthday dinner Finer Blon..to..HouB' Listening !

h,. I were Sunday guests of the Fred! i iI ij Visitors of Mrs. Lola Johnson was served duringthC' noi-r i
Compulsion 1 has comO ".to, America. j I Moore family. during the past week were Mr hour at the home of Mr. and Mi-
Ponder the many thingsVh'v:.American, I II :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and and Mrs. G S. Robarts of Atlanta E. J Lewis Sunday honoring tin ENJOYMENT !

,citizen is now b y I c;;9: n'edi'.\' om 'daughter, Nina, of Okeechobee I Ga. I I birthday this month of brotheand

I to do and cJtcu1atEt-1b {imVcmd: ;' felled spent the weekend with her mother j Mrs. L. L. Tyre, who had beer sisters, Mrs. E. J. Lewis. MR. |-> I
*"*" movethese'compulso I 1 :Mrs.: Effie Miner and K. Dukes! and Leslie CretinThe
x'/'Xv'N 'VV : Mary I visiting lIrA and Mrs. L. W. Fleming -

]'t. ;lterutfre.J./. '. cos1.ghim.It l.)4. ,' Ann Wells. Other guests in the j jj I Ij' i in Orlando for six weeks, returned -j family present to enjoy thii ore Listening Hours 'l )
/ &
Aridworscvxin.mcreasingly.naternahsfi.1 / ; i j Miner home on Sunday included !I home Wednesday. With i occasion with them were, Mi. and y ,
I II i
: ; Mrs. Roy Green and children Mr
-f ;#v Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vinson and heron.
> r I I son Martin, Mrs.
I tic Fleming 1 A
government Js,planning'Sli lImarecom I '!' and Mrs. T. W. Markcy, Mrs. Les
. Brad, of
4 Jasper Mr. and Mrs. W.
/Xjv* fr + > ; came with Mrs. Tyre and visited ENJOY
ypulsoryjneasures ri.'i't lie Green and children, R. K. Duke
f -ti\ H. :Miner
s } and son Buff, of Jacksonville her parents! Mr. and Mrs. John
x Av\ 'VxVu: I and children, E. J. Lewis and!
i '
'* /Reflect f \ ; and John Scott of Starke.Mrs. Godwin, until Friday. Mrs. Lloyd
aiponrliow rn.Uch.of t our Ii freedom ,
v'v : :: Wells and : children. Malcolm of Parnsh, Allen ,
v.'i daughter are remaining Suggs and
daughter. Linda, and
I h? 'already: b till i.lost, at4d ,resolve to I, for a longer vi>U with her Miss Erma Jean Godwin went to. 1 of Wildwood, Iva Mae and children -' ON THE CBS RADIO NETWORKTHE

SlQ ,_-,, ><,v*< ;Z **<|r.M .VU,. i mother ; Orlando with aIi <. Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and:
I \{$ 7 Mrs. James Phillips of Starke stayedilh her and 11 lr. Fleming children, Mrs. Mary Green, Dave
: I !I Green and P. M. Dukes.
f. J'l ijq \ was visiting the O. J. Phillips until Satuiday.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.
..-. \, '- *, vkv I t family Sunday p M, ,1 Holiday guests at the home of AND WJRFMON
It .:, vile 4 e a 9 3J. S. QtizfeAs to I Marvin Warren sends his net t Mr and Mrs. Bill Bigham were :

Shape the Sqrf&GoverWhl We Want address3c: J. M. Warren Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bigham of 1Dunpclin. >

ds&That RIghtlJ! "::;' *> -- :Q xer. I! AFUt2i--Ot.! H. Q. & Hq. Squad- BROOKER Mr. and Mrs. L. L. 1 !
, >i ron, Eglin A 1Florida: and! I Jlardeo of Jacksonville Mr. and ,

;, states that he would like to heal 1 I .Mrs. t:. J. ).('\\10; Mrs. John King of High Springs, i AIR 24 HOURS A DAYLeth

Use Your Bank> CAampion o/ Your Liberties. from any of hi- lends who havt j I I wuu..u.uu Mr. and Mrs. Reed Mattair and
time to write daughter, of Gainesville and Ted ,

I I 1 Hume Demonstration Bigham: of Tallahassee.!
vj 1N5tf YYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYSTATE All Home Demonstration Club Mr and altI',,-r" :M.-f :iv I

r FLORIDA BANK at STARKEillemotr nvmbers] mends and those inter.
.... : (
Or r.w ted in Home Demonstration
W'' FARMB, are invited to attend theI I I'ork

M .utws,/ C-rloru'a! Ilullonat rote ;. By Mrs. Bryan County Council meeting! down to brass tacks

reMeca/ uuluuuWl.alUlu' Tuesday, April 22, at 10 a.m. at get
I I 't the City Hall in H mpton. j
('0 nlllllm It) Club i iI I I There will be a gourd exhibit, a i iIress !

ill revue, a covered dish luncheon :
w -- Gar t'n flowers arrange-
merits that accentuated their beau i < and the fun of flower arrang--I'

ELEtTRICIlY [iv. were placed: at points of i inter-i g.ing. All those interested in flower j and the PLAIN HARD FACTS
fl1mf/e -t in the home of Mrs \\ N.I' i arranging are asked to bring j

North last Tuesday afternoon I 11 things to work with, as containers, j
when she and Mrs. J. G. Godwin I flowers[ frogs, scissors and chicken'|

were co-hostesses at the meeting( if i wire. |I -Y -1

c ,> the Community Club. The dii'< Ethyl Holloway, District I ,.. You less
Here's why Chevrolet truck means : pay
I meeting was presided over by Mrs. Agent, will be the guest of the day. a p

H J Kucera, President, and after I Sunbeam :.Meeting:: I dollars-and-cents savings! to buy!
cue business session there was a The Sunbeam Band of the I

round table discussion of the present Brooker Baptist (rhunh met Wed-

r cancer fund drive in it. and Mrs.thlComn.unity's J m.day afternoon\ at the home of i\I I Size up the four facts why a Chcvmd easy. Fast! quiet You save on
Afu the meet
Mi.Bill Bisham! i
rolet truck cuts down hauling Mesh transmission that SynchroII
G. Caldwell reviewed an interesting your t cost mile!
----INII IIII sf1III I- per
of --- double clutching. Roomy
article on the origin personal or delivery costs.

names. On this occasion But there's more to it than that. five feet of hip room, ventipaneIt's

Mrs L. C. Smith became a memo Television Tips the greatest truck to drive you windows, and scats with
...A I ber of the Club. At the social! You get the right t
ever hands on. Easier deck springs.Come ;.
got your doubleII
L. hour the hostesses served
and coffee and salted nuts. 11 yCHARLES I Ball-Gear Steering. Clutch smooth in and let us truck for t the [lob!

During the past week Mr*. Mae i

Dickens of Sanford visited Mr

1 and Mrs. \V. G. Stringfellow t .t ; ( Yourtr investment

several days. A in II

..... '- ,; I Robert:Mrs H returned O. Bates to their Jr. and home-.on t in. ;/1l 1 e9M ? in sol valutin s is safer f !

St. Petersburg Monday after having
visited Mr. and Mrs H < >
Bates 3rd since Thursday MOM CHtVIOin TRUCKS IN USE THAN ANT OTHtl MAUI ""
of New <
Beverly Crosby
-, srZvtct
of Frdl.I
was the overnight guest THE CLOCK M
ces Caldwell Tuesday.Mrs. .
MODEL P42-TLC Herbert Thomas and hei anti thriftyholt1
I daughter Kathleen spent Sundayand

Monday with relatives i in .. __ _J
t -

i Palatka.Lt.. and. Mrs. J. R. Jon's and

NW( HORDE their children of Jacksonville wore rl ti- '

visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. S -

Rosier Friday ,111 S, l //
J r N. l
PrCiTh _
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallacespent

"SELF-STARTER" GAS RANGE Easter Sunday with Mt Ir s::. (

t ( Isabelle Edwards in Jacksonville.

I Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin had .,1

Banishes matches and! $ 224 95 s Jas their guests Easter Sunday

{ pilot lights forever! [ Mr. and Mrs. \V. N. Smith of ,
Time is ne\er too early nor toe
] Cltra.
late to serve you at our store.
A Norge exclusive! Just press the :Mr. and Mrs R. W. Brannen had

button, turn on the gas-and as their guests Saturday night and

presto oven or top burners light I Sunday Mrs H. P. Gainey of Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed iCen/inuarlo..I tlartdard fqu'ipint and trim
instantly electrically. Safer, Brooker and her visitors: Lt. and JJtiutraffd a dep ndMf oa availability el maitnol.l wy_
thriftier! Dozens of other features.
Mrs. Perry Gainey and son. :Mark,
Ste "em yourself!
of San Antonia, Texas.

Friday Mr. and Mrs. G. R RADIO & TV CO.

GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES I Sparks, Sr. of Fordyce Ark. were I Sales and Service TORODE CHEVROLET

guests of Mr. and Mrs. BrF ant t ,

Court & Madison Sts. Phone 10 Redding. I Ph. 239 Starke
After haingisited :Mr. a nil

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TT i too much the effort. Havea I tWo "'" i '. .: 1.| .. ., _
TTTTTTVTTTfTTTTTTTTTTVfTTVYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTVTTT I in I turnips growing right along. < \-T\- ru: t:; u"I'1 \ h' 'I'1 : '!, \ ".1 is I. .!' FOR (0>s\JlI.E .
'- i, .m: i idid ,11 F, '. s-s f ,' Yj' .' : : I' 11-
d : i'F..r1 "
I. I of which have :i \ t* i' it a :\ DISTICH
couple rows just U'K:
4 I da .. x. : .1111 1 '. .
tiair.il in ,1 1: 1 1. -t i ii'u
our publu
T': \\ eii'U
.j'I'i i afl'ret'I.t.jy"ur : I t''r\>x .
> FARMER'SDIARY 4 | Comfort was ready to breed this: come up, and now w e'll plant some schools! .wd: tht> University of Flori f'l.-nd.H. i f..r Constable announce, DIstrict mrancl.11 One, comprising t. \- :'.' "i. .I|:.r:' .>f -\.1 i ,
< da. I am familiar with the. problems i I A. (BuddY'' HISHOP I best of mv al'il.tv.
> last week and thus them Voting Precincts of
and Sam La".tI.'Y.
4 went out in more. keep comingon .of the people. \.. -J. S. JllV) E' :N.
a lawyer I am -. I X Starke and S. Starke. I feel that
> I a hurry 'to see what arrangement' all the time. A neighbor tells: fully qualified fr the position rou cot"NTI J I he : Elect me and I will humbly Di-iiucT initr.i: well qualifies me for this I
could make. Met Bennett I us to keep planting them the year position.
> I and gratefully serve you In a I had planned not to ask for this Your \ote and support on Slay 6 &\ OTICt= TO .ti'ri: 'iii
,p. and he suggested that we let her: round. fair coimeou. impartial and efficient !-t ti office :again but &o many of m> : will be appreciated In rirruit Court, Onn..d 1 "II"" .
By Sam McGarvey 3 II : i manner I need Your vote and friends have prr\ailed on me to run I -D. B. (Dick) THOMAS. 'I rierMas la ('haD..'..
K. ( SSI go a few months more, so that she. I Mitiir'[ :ind will apprp<'Mte it.Sln.erey. team, to the txtent that I cannot otiris A1 a 111 Zt'II h.. PL.!
will !i i refuse |I Stella Mamzelhs, Defend
e The author will be glad to rtE '- .4 bring a calf later than the Had a friendly little visit with :..: roii co\ .T\niR
f I'i i .t. .,. T.\WX. I, am therefore a candidate to( I Case.Nalie. :\
cei\e Items of interest concern.4 cold winter months His idea made I Pop Moore of Lawtey and admired sin ('..M! myself as! County Commis-1 11IHTHICT OMJ I : Ta Appear.To .
FIIU Monf-r.. District Three and sincerely I am asking for Re-election for : Stella Mamitfllia! uhdence
iijiiiri'I :
ing: the activities of farmers in good sense to us, so we let her gc I I his flowers and vegetables. Wish I. ht'r.announ..e\ my candidacy saliiMt th. vote and support of the Constable of Bradford County District and address it Ci.uiJlytiltne. ",

I Bradford County. Suggestion maybe 4 by. and will not try to get her;'we know just one little part of what for re-electi..n to the office ,.f \uters in said district I: No 1. Greece
4 II I Sheriff ..iiI.j. ..rt to the Pemocratic If re-tlecied I promise the !amesiri I thank you for your vote, and You are hereby notifiedsuit '.
.. left at the Telegraph office orE bred before a few months. She' he knows about farming. I Primaries in May ('r as I have endeavored to support for divorce h.. 1 1.i. .

E mailed to Sam Me Can'ey, Lau tei, \ I will then be 25 months old and I Having faithfully discharged thedutIes til.r in the l>a-t I -J. L. SILCOX. Constable against you in.. >.m.. .
$ .
in.ere1v.iJA ,
I of the office to the hest of i : Court and ":i.
we certainly cannot be accused I ,
of ;: .
WILj (
POrt ( uired t. -< .1 IIfswer
I my ahilitv O\'Sl'\11t.C
Sam has milked almost three during 111fint term 1 .
t. . AAAkAkAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAA I breeding her too young.Ilencritta. I I promise. 'I If rl'ofllfll'tl'd. to continue -- !I mSlHICT (M3 I II | i ii or pit i<1 i eon .
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&&aaaaaAaAAAA.A..AA--- -------- -... -. years and never had Joy kick overI to conduct the affairs of the office FOR COt"T1' ('*IIII55IO.ItI)1.IIIICT ,i hereby announce mv candidacy i'I the 19.iro" t. i .

new milk cow little minx not only nursed Daisy!< V I I a pail of milk until the other'I I in T fair :and impartial manner.Tha }'I'E !i, for Constable of District On*. Prad-j I!and Frank file 1..111111:1'1'the ,lt.ltht I .i 'h."t ., 1 1.:', ..
Well Daisy our i vote and support of the votersj I hereby annouiu-e my candidacy for County (comprising voting I
pre-l .
Duroc .
our grade
which we obtained from Sam'sMom 1 but got the device off and left it sow, night when the old gal kicked it I j I I !n fi.. ('''"nl'' will he greatly apnhmitted f..r I I'uuntt C'onimifeMuiH'r fmm Di"- :[ iimts I. 2 and 3. I will appreciate i rierk "f P., It. ,

has settled :hidden in the woods. So we decided is due to farrow this coming week' over before Sam knew what wan 111'.....,t./i int five (lirouktr and New River) the vote And support of the people I I II i.r otlieruise brfoie "I.I I.. ni-:M ,\
in Jacksonville, so have shut I n.-.t flllty sui'jnt to the will of th.'oters in I MILTON D. CARTER. : .
down on our farm and seems to that the gadget was not we her up in a pen, happening Hes more carefulnow _. P ii P.FJt!<:n I the liemixratu'" Primary of May S. ---- I 1..1111'h.tlfl: ". I !,
: and are feeding her lightly with If .11'1.t..d! I will dfte the necessary !eL.o.ii Joy \ :.
be fairly contented. She is the satisfactory, and nowve keep rOte 1IIlIlrl" tiinr and effort ti" !strve the people\ : roil CO\! T11ILE ': 1'lus n -' > J' .
of the place and even, Petal away from Daisy She is a1! very soupy pig and sow meal. She S SOur Tv the voters of Bradford r untv" i-f tnclistrii't and county to the I In..TItICTU II |on.'f <'::1\, \\ ', .. .
new boss i was bred to Harold Eunice's fine I I im again nf'erlnfr m\self T. a !1-1 of mv aluhu, pledging our- l I I hereby announce my candidacy weeks in the Hradford *"" : \
the dirt when Sam goes near'' fine looking calf and now with a1 \ pasture and much of our'( candidate' for Sheriff, of Bradford ".'''.11'' s'i\i e and impartial consul for rons-table of the First Justuenf graph
paws but it is just a pretty calf this place seems like a : SPC male, so we are expectingsome I woodlot is riddled with what we, ,( Pniintv siij-t! to the pemocratiiIPrimirv -' ration at all times Yourrtte (: the Peace ni.-trkt. (comprising the atrd this !I ,il I .j" f .
her occasionally good pigs. But we still think MTV I: I nsaiire you that an'! upport will be derply a"| -:: YOUng preiinots No I. Ii\\t.j x.. ,t'1-'J.'I"1" \1.:1: \ I.I.' ,
bluff. Her milk is not as rich as real farm again. I tentatively have identified aa win''it I mil deepU appreciate your vote. ;,11*.' Mtt-il in Cle4t tins a tracker 2. Ni'ith t.irke; and X>. 3. South l'.x; I Is ,
that all red pigs are the prettiest l'n'1" aetU> support. and If electedwill I in 'inr to. this important office i StarkoI n t, 'I\ '!, 1 11. "
but then we don't believe worms. The surface of the sod. II. 11. ( Kussell) GHKKX.: : JU '' .. ii' ,
Joy's grown_ But' Walter Wilkerson r..n.I.-r I the people n po".rnd -- 1 w 1 atpree.ts; tvu i > there are many cows that Cultivating close enough to a I has thousands of tiny hills whicJ, I h.>n-st .uttinnistration of this most
that Mac Griffis and others like the Int ..Tf Pinrer'-lv. : FOIl C'OI"T'" t IPM>II""1O'EIIin
with |i'''' tint > c
Daisyis crop the tractor has always : look like ant hills but digginginto
can equal Joy on that score. White hogs and some like theHampshire's upon -. T r. (riavton) Crawford "iHirT rur.
to milk. but she! been a headache to Sam and in'' them we discovered a slendei 1 mi a inndiili't\ T.. MI l. ..<.<\ nn-
an easy cow fact others the spotted FOB T\\ \"* >..0lt -.If .is ('<>utit\ I'......i I'i. i I. l'is
has the wasteful habit of tossing has lost one crop after, Poland Chinas and that's what worm about two inches long. I h.'r..liv' :innnunri that I am a I r1d 1 F,\ ... "li.lllji'; I.... !tl.I \1'"1Rpi
feed there-: another to weeds. Particularlycorn : r.indidit-.>r the office of Tax A s- i ::1I.1-.f i 1:1": K. .\11,1\, : \\' 1J i i\.i:' CHARLES
her head when eating makes stock raising interesting. ser nf rtridford ('...untV.ciibjeet I |lr.It.! .."" .!f ". '. .1 'i .. .
by scattering it all over the place.j as the weeds in the row get I 1 lOur cat Scarey had kittens. bm I"l to the will r.f the Miters in the win K 1 f"r "' ,, '
SHave -
feed growing fast and stunt the corn | J'm'r.1, .' I'Mnntv!? nf 'Mi\ <: 1I "ll.-, . I :
of ,
Have to show her the price i they are hidden under the house t HARDY
heard that aitifical in- | I I f>'.1 1 thit mn mliilge of and lunLI 111 : )
with a low yield as a result. Sam I .
and maybe shell quit it. and we have yet to see them. Lee i I i '111t'rh.n.'" ;MI l.i'nl: tnatt.i* w.l1 '
has read and heard about a meansof iieminatuig of sows is possible, but j (lii.ilifi'- .' for. t!ii is I..oiti..n.! "i..,'
Shave knows there and bark! ..
they are I '
I pronus. fil? anti tmptrti.il s..I' i 1"
that results .
calf Petal. cultivating with a rotary hoe. are not satisfactory.What like wild whenever they show them. to nil j i' l..cteil. Y"urote ind siii] ,
named Daisy's
., d
a it would be to the i !i... I5I--- --
which is used to cultivate corn. big help nor will I I gor.'atll1'I.r..il",1 I 1;: MHMI Hi MMWHM
It is a high-faluting name and 1 selve And speaking of cats i::1 -T. .1 AI.HKP.M.Vvi :\
peanuts. and other crops and it farmer who had only sow*. if it ELECTUN
that she will cat came on our place tin:!
the feeling stray
we have sounds could be done inexpensively. 1 F'on "1''r.n" ''OR fill
as though it what
be called other things by us before is just week and it rooked sick San 1 I 1t1.i'iii ins .
need The hoe consistsof T. th. Y..lo'r-f nradf.ird iVnntx
we rotary
too long. Like Comfort who hasa worried about it and decided t<,_ I im a > indidit, for the nfti... "f i : If H.
Well made rain. We set
we it
series of wheels each with .
sweet sounding name, but: a destroy it unless it left. There u=, I Sup"IMS..' i.fP,'gkt rat'..n. 1I1oj"| t .*
very ten hoe-like blades attached placedin out a hundred eggplant plants, and to the) J"II1""raI!<- I'riiiari.. ... in Mil' CLERK
when she gets into trouble Sam i more danger of rabies: than mos I I ar-i person il\1| familiar with th
_ two staggered row. The rotary pepper plant: and watered each ... .
, few other names none ; people realize. tItit I..e of the offi. hning d .n.' a .
calls her a
Put| hoe is drawn right over the rows one by hand. and almost as soon I large !part: of the work in "fttinc nn
of which is complimentary. the n. w" s\stem now In ll,.e. whi.h.
Petal and let and right over the crop. with the as we finished the clouds gathered i is conflicted; one ,.f the most nuxl LON Gt" : OF TilE
a weaning device on result that young weeds in the I, and it looked like rain Next day Without knowing it, we prob' '. ern in the 5Iit.: .. s" i nm aft..Il1al. 1 Ifl h ,
her ,
her out into the pasture with kind 'i'n'ifi, .1 I '" k. p 11celb nt\ conditi
hardest o ,
ably picked the .
it Put .
't row are killed and the Crop is..: really poured. a 53-gallor n
Mammy and other cows. but wasn back of the tractor and farm life imaginable when we de. : If 1.1..1 1 w:11:1! !_ i\e the dn' ".
not damaged. We almost jium on
before Petal learned tc I ,. '! "f th, ""b. 11'" 1'.0 M.n.al att..nt..I' i",
very long }' chased one a few years ago. but thus had water out in the field cided to operate a Roadstd ind 1\ ill'! I I... ::1\ .1 ni il.lo at nil ti'iH >. .. CIRCUIT
nurse, even with the device on. Market along with raising stock.. I i T'l!, \'..' .1 I"111'1"'I't) "f 'ill 'l.\ I
securely. and decided against it because we bed Saved carting water by I fl"l..t..l-I .u r.. .."rll..tl\( .o.1iIt..qj\\ \
So we put it on more S S U The problem is this: you have t r
theffloo' up. But last weekve got the 1 \ni\v I rpj 'pv:
let her out again This tiire small 0 f _
I I bright ( ) idea of using just a i Our Irish potatoes really lool) plant only a quantity fC

small section of the implement good, and) we have a fine stand. I each vegetable and you have t, 'ro 11.. %OTK CofNTV!(' OP lilt Iliroilllp /

that would cultivate right on top even though we had to plant twiceto : : plant a wide variety to meet th |! :: 'am.1 ,':i miniate! f.>i. the ...ffl", '". ".f ...: COURTYour

of the bed So we got one and get it. And we are not the lasl e [ demand. And farming as we arvith e., Siiper\is"I'I :of 11. ctmn KeKisiraiic.ii. |I't th.forthcominc -

haven'tet had time to hook it ones in the County as Mrs. Stumj:i \ a tractor it is quite a job t,C | .AS. I h i\'" bei..n in the publi.! .' s. t"\ *
,fll., \ -.1,| v.: ",, >. ln the| j 1'-1 I f..1I t
up and try it. Lots: of things sound :1 1of Starke tells us her are latei get ready to plant a few rows 0 th,\r I alIt miii ii.ilifi.d| f..r Hi" Vote ;

good. but until we try it we: still. : something. even if the actus J j of f 1.'eU .. .
very >
lei"i .i J II I '
i I" in.J 1 XMll etXi onin
will not believe that it will work. :i planting takes only a few minutes I I, .l'l.I' I i. i T.' II. 11111.1', as th11\, And SupportWill
better at i it ,t pr.., 1.1..* I
S Sour j Were so doggone late this St'R,.. But we are getting ,, ..
t 1p' t 'i III ok) x.ii for v.Iir xi '
berries are making a slow son in everything that we didn'1 t :: and we save time every way tha,t and -II"I.r', "? \1.1\| mi which 11\ ill] k.t Be Sincerely i iI
I ..
| er.' it'\ .
ippi 'Ilt" and |ir< fni* :ibusii
ieroviry from the heavy infesta I get any field corn seed so whet:I 1we L : can.But '. ,''''' 'I"1 1,1 t.0lII1 ail "illi"r.l-, I II

tion of red spiders and wet, cold:Iwe finally went out to get some'i !I 'ion nf 'his office. I AppreciatedPaid
.W. MOINTV f\tltdl\: -: \ :%\;' ,
weather of a few weeks ago. :we were able to get only some roum!! when we are busy settin;If I .

During the last week we picked Dixie 18 and had to get Nortt I('! out plants for example ComfoiI .t FOR <' <.OMMI<>snMH: \ ..... I ( 1'01..1\'.)

only a few berries and those that Carolina 27 to plant the balanc<<, I decides to break out so we hay e niHTHHT Tiutrn L.. '.
we got weie snail, and below the of the 7-acrp field. Expect to hav<,' I! to stop what we are doing and ft:?, f..T r f hereby''''',I\' I1.:Tiinounfe'Tiimtssi.ini mnuli.1 from l.I'-.<- (\;.. ""i'v.".., ."II. TYYTTTTTTTYYYTTYTYTTYYTTYYYYYVYTTYYYYYYTYTTTYYYYTONLY

grade we like to sell However, some trouble planting the lounc I lup I a yoke for her again. Neve r tri., Th'. '....' (:s'.iiith :-t.I1I\; si,|Ioi.,| II t t .:" :
1 ,.
th. wlI: .f the \ "t. i r- in 11.. )
the plants are recovering and in seed and probably will not be dis. : a dull moment on a farm! P'.''moiritiPrim: : 'in i.\' :.\t.n. i;. I if I 'It MINUTES/

few have picked appointed.Last : .t 'I.I.I. i win r.11q1.r. tin \ >',istiv'ie i\ !1.,1( M
the last days we .- 5
Can'tS.T.R.E.T.C.H I .. .. .. nf ,\hi.-1., I apt! <';IJI.1101o- t... -- i
You .
better berries and the volumeis S Thp'' ..
i some I II I KUY rsTKUI'.KOOK nx, ills'i j. t lid the .lIht'lt\ \\\\s\ ,' OF)
increasing IutH'j>ds and year we had numerous requests i[ Fountain l'en with a point for' "'I I'! ti.' and suppm will I I I h.. ,'i'p..I.IIII.,1 '-

grass are growing like mischief. : on our Roadside Market for I II every ir>e. $'i complete. I'.raJ-1 I Ii -J. f.\l RICE KlIUls I i JI]IL; YOUR TAX

and well have to have the patch I real roasting ears so this year we I Telegrah.Political. '
ford County HAILi
ron ( oi M I'- {.O'I'II..W'I:1t:
weeded by hand. But we are luckycompaitd got some white dent corn which I i niMiticr 'iiiar.r.:

A $5,000, Fire Policy to to the large growerswho we will plant. We'll have to try :I I ,'iI.'i""\' ..Ulllnllll.., lIly,' I .(VIli1iLl') ASSESSORaggressive
I for I'niinty (t'omiuiss: .n. r fi..m I'I istrii I
$10,000 Loss have lost money so far, and roasting some and see how we likeit. .t Tlnee ':';"11111 :'1.11'1\. .'1I1j'd ,
cover a 1 i'I to the D'.ni'".r.iti" P'! im.in.'s in :M.i\
who according to a neighbor cannot AnnouncementsAH I If .>10'. I' ,il I. I wi": s. i \ ,. in\, clisti" t i Completely Destroy
see any good prospects.S U U U 1 :mil .''nn V t I. tl 1.. -I.,! ni\ ..iluliix .
column is politkal -
in this
II matter I
S SWish We were sure that we would not ;I II honest
Get Our Inventory Booklet i advertising paid for by the I II ,
like boiled peanuts. but last year !
w'c had a reliable method! I I Your Growing Tobacco
undersigned. VOTE
candidate FOR
when we tried some we liked them. I II
E. Johns of determining whether Joy is qualified!
This when we are going te. .
year .
': bred or not. Obviously. if she is I, rou <<< i.rim tll" run tnuiir F. C. (Freeman)
plant 10 pounds of Valencia pea : ('01111'AnnnunrnI'flt
Agency I bred we want to dry her up but Is herewith (1.,1 \ Taxpayer who i io; Tax- and Other Crops
nuts, we will probably boil some .
i-hone 15 even though we think she is bred. tint I am a .'.indicate fi.r t'",. "M" Conscious who will
STAUK FLAm I and like them more But we're of fliik i>f th. ,Circuit 1'1" I. in Mii I
t''we are not sure. Only thing we D'll\rwratk Primaries In f.I>' HODGES discharge the duties of
still d. Yankees enough to like i
..... ... I I can do is wait a few weeks more I Sim- .Futie. 1040: I ha\e h, n <-mpl' this office in a sincere I
I them better roasted. ) \-d School Fin Ilf- eI
> is Y..llr i
.,.- .,- .. and in the meantime feed her well,' 'I fict-r with th.. ex....ptli.n\ ..I f 2: FOR and impartial manner.I I .

.... so that if she is bred that she willhave 1 months military s,'r\ii.e in VV >i'hi''
the nouri-hmcnt to make a Our little patch of Tendergiwn War II !I JUSTICEOF I \\ be at jourservice I
I offering an excellent record i I
THE am
R.presentlng TRAVELERS Hertford Protect
...._ ---_ -_- J i I good calf without draining herself beans of twenty 330-foot rows U of capable and efficient performanceof PEACE at all times and take :
coming along pretty well and we duty in this position.
I every opportunity to ('xpn'ss -
have a fair stand. Wonder if vv. As your Clerk the same will deere be nf. DISTRICT OM: for !
efficiency and ability pursued my appreciation t Your Crop Income
will have enough courage to use : In the administration of the It will take your vote to
Chance varied and complex .J.f.llr of your confidence.I << .
Man A : many
Give A Young the rotary hoe right over the crop? 1 I the office. ;I, elect me your servant on WITH HAIL INSURANCE

It used for cultivating beans f : will welcome and
is soy I tttll be slnrerrly giatefu >i respect I
.. i :May 6
vote and supp.rt.CHARLES i
S I I your I
; and
< Mip-
w For the first; time since we've -. HARDY YES-I I AM: A DEMOCRAT) : !

.jii i.., ';- ELECT btn here we have of mustard managed and tc This ron, is ci.cnK to announce CIRCUIT to the COURT IW"III| I Iof Humbly yours. port I 11'.1.l .! aih, [i.n.I fm. ,li\. I I H.1 C. WAll AGENCYILE.t

ke 'p plantings 'iritlf-iil: County. :Mv Camliilt."vf.r T. ( ( Freeman) Hodges
Miff:n> of th.> ( !.rk ..f t tli. (jII,. l.'ng:, I I
T. A. ('''''''dt "'"irt 1 '>..I t:< \i that tl):' ( IM Pol.dv )

pd1 Yawn I .I'ul.l.d:1I: ition' ::ho..lt that of I litvhad r:..ulfonl (C..n. M"Mi' .--= -_.....- # : ;I: l'hlINE J nr I ,

; YOUR VOTErou ni'(1 'h' I'niversily ,.( Flor.il i ia an""-
,,1.. I.. iki- \ire of thi affa.i s of th.off. :- Constant Service Over ,>() Years
.. ., .' I shall do my best tot... .LI 1
$ '.1.'f vi.ti before May th. 't!' FOR SALE

It Costs No More To Insure Early

ALEX L BARNES rou roi>TY JUIGC; Pure Florida Cane Syrup
COUNTY T ) '11" Votir-i and m>' man FREE "Master Farmer Ledger" for Tobacco- fro; \\ t'r"
fr:.>mU in JVulfird: (Vun>. Fl.ri1a
I I h'r..hv annoum-e that I will be acandidnte
for re-election in the corainff I Excellent QualityREASONABLY
FOR IVmooritlp Primary to be heldIn
JUDGE Mav of P"i2! :; and that your vote
and su.rt I" hereby earnestly re- i PRICED Sensational New HYPERCIN
JUSTICEOF ''I") ,.st.rt, that i if re-elet.d th- office
w 11tw\ run for the Interest of th.
L ,'"untv and the people of the <''>un- !
PEACE tv 'u- it h,is in the pet )'. .irr,, SANTA FE STOCK FARMStarke. Stops Acid Pain of Diagnosed

,> "u !It" t"d me "lIntJII.II:"
Veteran Ex-Farmcr Lawyer <
: : I :
Yours tr"v.I

Courteous Honest : : Capable DISTRICT! ONE :: K pEfl1Ys'c! STOMACH

WILL BE GREATLY rou (rofNT jt nr.r .. :
\ T,> The Citizens of I I1:' I II .f "
: : :
: __i"1" -.J .. : : :_
(1'1)1.Ih.. paid for by T.'i\\\n) APPRECIATED County:
am a candidate f r .:;' \ Your Doctor about the BENEFITS of
of l"ra.1fordlInt. .
Judge %
(I'd. 1'01.d\.) May Democratic Fnmarv, : .v,'

; fnrmed w..rk,'d .is l.l" rrvd lid HYPERCIN
,I =.- mar ,.riunfv in \\ V ,r
II I I am marr ,'d ..n.1 .h.' i .f
Give A Younger Man A Chance To Inject -. No Faster-Working Safe Pain Relief

1. Known. Also for Acid Indigestion

New Blood Into The Board of County $ -: Gas,After.Eatinc Distress. ,

p : .. .
Commissioners Each new Hvpercin Tablet Stops
VOTE FOR I Pain of about 1 cupful of Stomach

Acid During 4 hours. Hypercin

I LOCAL FACILITIESif 1 protects Acid-Irritated stomach
walls. Puts firm control '>n acid
quiet refinement with organization
TRADE pain of Diagnosed Stomach Ulcers.
competent and thorough in its en- ;
h. milan New Hypercin rchei the ttomich it bejini: to d>orb
ci' tirely enable this establishment to rxcm hydrochloric acid. It coati inflamed stomach lining. giving:

GreenJR. render a fine and moderately priced IN nature a greater opportunity to tooth and heal Pain vinllh*
<;' 'k v i.moit instantly oerroui teniion diiappeanMake _

service. _

.--- i : < ON lOUt OMJ I This 7-DAY Home Test )

::::: H \'KiKILESS C

1 OF CONDITION the monufocfurer will pay your money bock

rou DeWITT I C. JONESPhone

.4jjj:1: COUNTYCOMMISSIONER 7 Starke, Fla. Any Range

S.--' aae a. e.reeesps I Store That Costs Over $200 t tw

| Funeral Director Ambulance Service : -
District Fiver

Our local funeral home enables nj to offer conveniences and : :
services not otherwise available Slade 1 Gas ,
IL k He will she courteous c o.

i t tI
-1 service and impartial S S srrrrssessp ss SSpssppessssssSrr SSS .
..." ..ntsO--1I,,." "
: consideration at all I We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and t t'I
] Phone 121 Starke. Fla. I
I Times accept ANT life Insurance policy in force, issued by ANY :

(Fd. i'0l. Adv.) I'I company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral I lilt Pays To Trade 'With Slade" i, KOCH DRUG STOREr

carries no obligation; .
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I K Skir.| 221 Graham nu Id! III!:. I I.laeksnvtlle i'Walnut St., Starke Florida. xx h..iii. aid suit 1"f'r Divoit (OFFICIAL SEAM
1yyyyyyyyyyyyyyVYYYVYYYY, I,. was given oji the church ground? ADDRESSESOF 2, Florida ainl, (LI.- the i H. C. Dampu-r, owner :320: So. These are therefor- > I "-'Iuir.. > ", Clerk of the A Cm-int J Thomas.CouitI ''l'F! "' '. ''' ', ,

I last Friday afternoon. Entertaining I II original in the office of the Clerk :. Thompson St., Starke Florida. I", file an appe.tran, e or an ansxver ?}- Myrtle T. Deavrr. Deputy el.rk44H ),1\ .
I! '.f the Circuit Court on or before'' Dated this 2Sth day of March. in such proceedings with the undersigned "
HAMPTONBy the little folks were Mrs. Hazel INTERESTPvt. the 5th day uf May 1352.: uth..r-I' A.D.. 1952; at Starke, Pradford Clerk of the said Court .
Perry Mrs. Betty May and Mir wise the allegations of said Complaint I County, Florida. i whose address is Starke, Florida ton
will be taken as confessedby i I 3/2S:! 4t 4 I' or before the 2nd day of May' :\ OTICI TO .UMMUH
Mrs. M. C. SweeneyIAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Martha Horne. Arlie J. Dobbs-13 15709 you. I 1T! :>2, else the matters and things al- In tlrrult Court llradfvrd ('"unH.

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins and i Pit. 2S8 "C" Co., 1st Rec. T. R. Bn., This notice shall be published NOTICE 'ro .\PPr..tlLIn I leged in said Bill of Complaint for I Klurldai In Clinncfrr.Vincent .
I II once each week for four consecutive Circuit Court. Bradford Countf.I'lorliKii : 'Divorce, will be taken as cOlife..". d. i Joseph Oalcuno Plaintiff \ .-
I Louise attended the Golden wed. MCRD. Parris Island S. C. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- : In ChanrrrT. ; a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered Rosemary Ualeanu, Pefendant. Let Us Thoroughly

I Cpl. Wm. A. Andrews-1435358. graph. I Charlene DeWare Lopes, Plaintiff. against you and the cause will'' Case No. 9061
celebration of
Ea..tt'rl..lton : ding Adkins'juncle : Dated this 31st day of March. 1932OFFICIAL. ;; '>1. George Donald Lopes.' Defendant 1 proceed ex parte. >: .atic To .\ ppf'nr.
Among those visiting in HamptOn and aunt Mr. and Mrs. H. F 105 A. C. & W. Sqdn., APO S64 ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. .1\ Case Xo. 9049: WITNESS' my hand and the seal ofI To: Rosemary Galeano whose Wash Your Clothes

N. Y. N. Y. Clerk (if the Circuit Court. Notice. T" Appear.To I said Court at Starke Florida, on residence is: Milford, Delaware.
during the holidays were Dr. Priester in Lake Butler on Sun. care PM. Cy Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy lerk. I : George Donald ..opes. whose this. the 31 day of March 1952.OFFICI.L You are hereby notified that a

Edmund H. Shafer, New York day. They also visited J.V.. 'I Mrs. R. M. Lee, N. Lake Ave., 4/4 4t 4,25 residence is: 115 Shwrp/'treet. South i, \ HEAL) A. J. Thomas. suit fur divorce has been 9 PonndtFor
DartMnuuih Massachusetts.You Clerk of the Circuit Court for filed against yon in the above named -
City, Mrs. Charles Cox. Jr. and Priester in Macclenny who haf Greenwich. Conn. I Bradford'County. Florida. Court and cause and you are required 40c !
: are hereby notified that at..r I
Starr been ill. Harley F. Strong. Post Jeweler :NOTICI-J rio .\ppr.\n Walton & Walton to serve a copy of your answer
children Mr. and Mrs. Roy suit Divorce and care and cus- And Kate L. Walton
In ClrruiC ('ourl. llradruril Count or pleading to the complaint
and son, Miami, Mr. and Mrs. i SCHOOL NEWS |; Conley Ga. I'lurlilnt In I'hanrrry. i I tody of minor you in child the has above been namedCourt filedagainst ', 113: South Second Street I I on the Plaintiffs Attorneys, EvanT. FREE Bleach If Desired !
I'atriciaVenzel, Plainiiff. Ofurtre I'alatka. FloridaAttorney Evans and Neal: D Evans
Mrs. E. F. Cain. Rt. 1, Forest vs Jr.
and and are required
Hunter and 1
sons cause you
Ernest Pompanc Miss Rf.ulerson [ J. 1. Wmzfl D.?fn tc I
returned to serve a of answer I
Beach, Mr. and Mrs. James Broome Park. Ga.Vernon. Cast Xo !90j":; copy the your 4/4 4t 4'J'iMVT1CIJ sonville. Florida and file the original -
school last Wednesday after being I A. Rogers. 2613 Southern \<>ti<..> T.. .Apprnr or pleading to complaint I In the office of the Clerk' of the
and family, Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. | To: (; J. I. Wnz...l v.-hu&e on the Plaintiffs Attorneys. ".,
enrge Circuit urt nn or !before the 5th
absent for Build- 10 APP1JAU
more than two weeks. Fla. Zach II. Douglas 503:i Lynch
Olen Bedenbaugh and family, Mr. Ave., South Jacksonville, r'SiJ--n is: 1'nkzit.\\ n. inc. Jacksonville Florida, and file In Mri-Hit r.iirf. llr.i.lf.nt COllot,. day1 May, u'5:;! ; otherwise;
and Mrs. Eiland Deland Mr. and During her absence Mrs. Mae I H. L. McCullars, Rt. 2, Box 151 ; You are hereby notified, that a suit I the original in the office of the Clerkof rinrtila In Chancery. I the allegations: of said Complaintwill
| for Divorce and care, and'contr,1 be taken We Will
custody as by
I'lric I. you
Sweeney and Mrs. Betty May actedas the Circuit: Court on or before the v 1'1 u. Plaintiff vs. Loretta
Mrs. Thomas Wadsworth and small Gainesville Fla. tif minor children has l beenfiled :2!fth day of April, 1952; otherwisethe 1 Lexe.-que. Ih-f ndant. This notice shah! oe published
substitutes.Miss Mrs. Ellen Barber 2118 Edisor against you in the above nam- I allegations of said Complaint Case Xo. 906 one each week for four consecutive Dry Your Clothes
nephew Bunnell, Mr. and Mrs. J. ed Court and cause and you are required -I I will be taken as confessed by you j NMlee To Apprnr. weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
H. Day and Mrs. Inzie Morrow, Martha Horne. who is Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. I! to serve a ropy of your an- This notice shall be publishedonce T,.: Loretta Levesque whose resi- graph.tattl. For 20cIn
spending her Easter vacation at Mrs.! Maude McGarvey Rt. 10. I I lower or pleading to the. complaint I each week for four consecu- d.-".... 11: Taunton State 'Hospital ',I Ibis Snl. tar of April I. I'I:.?
Plant City, James Voiles Tampa I j "n the rlalntlfC'torn.. )", Hay Sel- livweeks in the Bradford County i''Tautiton, Massachusetts. New AutomatiDrier '
Mrs. Marie Selfand and children,' home visited our school last Fri j i Box 859, Jacksonville. Fla. den, Selden Building, aytona I Telegraph. i You are hereby notified that a suit I orricE SUPPLIES *

day and accompanied the bal! W. H. Smith Jr.. 347 W. AshleySt. i Reach. Florida and file the original Dated this :2fith! day of )(al'. h, ( fir Divorce: and care, ('nstody and I S
Ft. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Dawkins. I in the office of the Clerk of the I 1952.: I! control of minor child has been fil-

Hawthorne Mr. and Mrs. Bruce team to Brooker for a soft ball ., Jacksonville, Fla. 'Circuit Court on ir before the 5th J. Thomas ''ed against you in the above nam.,1 .\TmCIHOim
of 32;;
11 otherwise
t day May, : the
White and children, Mrs. Walter! game. Our boys were defeated Leon H. Jordan 1107 North East allegations of said Complaint will I Clerk of the Circuit Court I I C"urt quired and to serve cause a and copy you of; your are an.I re- Washeteria\

8-13. We think they did wel! 4th St.. Gainesville, Fla. be taken as confessed by you. I By :Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk 'sxver or pleading to the complaint I co. nucm.\PII
Mr. and M David Brown
Meyers, rs. I This notice shall be published : 3,28 4t 41 1 I" | on the Plaintiffs ..\ttortle\ .
and family Gerald Brown Mrs. considering there were ninth grade once each week for four consecutive j I I Seal n. Evans. Jr. 103: 1.11\\ ,
I' I weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Jacksonsonville L _
Exchange Building
boys on the Brooker team. the fictitious name :orirr. TO APPI.UII l -
Arnold Haddock, Mrs. Woodrow of this) ; not!< < I graph. I Florida. and file the origin-

Hinson and son, Jacksonville, Mr.! Little Leslie Jackson. who ha Bar & Pool. Ilooin un- Dated this i"t day ..f April 19.12.: I In' Circuit (',.urt. llrnilfi.nl ('..nnt, Is! in the office of the Clerk of the ,
t I .f Kecreation (nFJo'WI.t.! I .) A J. Thomas, l'ioriiIa: In Ch.inerrjr. Circuit Court on or before the rth! !I
and Mrs. Audrey Turner and I had a severe attack of cerebro-- door whkh I am engaged hi business of Virginia Hall Haaren. Plaintiff. vs .
Starke, i clerk thf Circuit Court. .day of May 1932:; ; otherwise tbail.g.ttions -
daughter Miss Martha Home R. spinal meningitis, is back in schoo' j at Florida.20<-210 East Call $I., 'By Myrtle. Paver Pi>iitv Clerk. John JOM ph Haaren, Petendant.I of said Complaint \\ .ItI R.B.ALVAREZ&SONT :\ SFF.R \\D
Case No. 90K:;
444t42 I he taken conf.ed by
u20 So. oJI i as you STORACK' ; : 10R
C. Williams Gainesville Mrs. C. : and is apparently as well as ever. i U C. Dampier. owner.Florida.luted \nti-. T.. liteir. This notice shall be publishedonce
Thompson St., Starke. TiMr.. John Joseph Haarenhov .
F. Jones and Mr. and Mrs.! Leroy I The eighth this :mh: day of .March. I :' o nn: TH .\I'I'P.\H each week for four coniettitiveweeks
grade busy : iil.-nce and address is: :!t2l'
prac \\ i I. in the B: :1o\foro1\ County Tele &
BradfoidV""ty' Circuit Court, .
Staike. lit llrailfonl Conntr.I
I .\ n, 1932. at
I Irwin A oat.Engiewoel[ California. -
Norman Jr. of Starke. \ graph.
ticing the annual
on entitled I
play < K1.."i I' D.it-il, tIII! !" ,'I! t In, A-;. 1 : .
4t 4 :I
:J-s I
'Walter Plaintiffs
l"/ich. Lucy
Mrs. Jessie R. Chastain spent "Betty. The Girl of My Heart". You are hereby notified that a \\ ol'ral" I. iii
I'zich Defendant. suit for V\"lIr.e'; and restoration of R 8 ALRUI.ON
the weekend in Lake City visiting Mr. Nolin, our school supervisor, Case No. 9076 maiden name has been fil, d l .... .. ..'tMOVING; .\; 100: ,,1Ilanl"l
:MITICI': TO AipnmIn I N.(!<... 'I',. \ppar. ;) ..
relatives. has had two work days at our ;against you in the above nani-: any.\bc'rtlln I ..
Clreult Court, llriiilforil County, To: Lucy I'zich. whiersidence .,
?d Court and cause and you are 1"- StJ I":: "''' --s.
Friends of Elmer Lewis are gladto school. He helped the seventh Florida: In (Chaucer. and address is: Lukoran Yugosla- juired to serve a copy of your answer
Plaintiff .:-; Hi \ia. PHONE 218
4'. I I' Xewhind
hear and eighth boys to build !j or pleading to the ( iimplala.Itn t ;/
he is recovering satisfactOrily a storage
White X< xx land, Defendant.Case. You are hereby notified that a : the l'laintlff'sttorn... ', T. Frank EX'EI.U I Iqb4v
in Glendale Hospital Palate cabinet for the cafeteria grocerie I No :o'4v 'suit for Divorce has beenfiled [jandruin .Starke Florida and fili-! .:
in the above nam..d'Court COLONIAL
,, you
1ii \
> l'lrnr.T. ,.
ka, after receiving a fracturedrib I and other supplies. ..' Nellie 'Vhit.Nt1aniI.. XX hostresidence and cause! and you are re- the original in the office of before the STOR \.. !
:rlerk of the Circuit Court on or
and other injuries in a recent The children in the fifth and : : i is Uoiite I I. <;IL Ill lit. North i quired vver or to pleading serve a to copy the complaint of your an-on j the) 5th day of May, 1952! .

fall. sixth grades are now doing some : Carolina.You are. hereby notified that a :, the Plaintiffs. I'.t t i.rn-v. Hon. T. 'otherwise the allegations of saiil FLOIISTFLOWEnS ;__. \11.111 I I Ffs4 ....
I Frank Landruni Starke, Florida and Complaint xx ill be taken as confessed -
Misses Sylvia May Peggy Hin- wood burning in their art class. suit for Divorce the has above been named filed file the original in the office ..f the I by you. ,I
I The wood against you i Clerk "f the Cir'-nit i Court on or before This; notice shall !I- published Airents! I F- or ---
son and Lucile Hall spent Easterin and other materials foi Court and cause and you are required cOII"el'utln'wet'k"
;' the 12th day of May. 1952: m-e each xveek for four DEI.t'IiEUBHOS.
Perrine Miami this have to serve a copy of your answer I in the Bradford County Tele1mph -
as guestsof I project generously complaint' .tfht-rwise i til- allegation- said! -
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sr. donated Eddie or pleading to EvanT. Complaint will Ii-, taken as conft.d j t .. See u... firt-iL'
Oubley, by Hartman whcis on* the Plaintiff'sttorne"lI. 1 D.itcd this 2nd day of April 19.T2OFFICIAL -
Friends will be interested tc a former pupil of Mrs. PerkinssEddie Evans and Neal D. Evans Jr..-* 03 This by notice rllu.I Mull tie published '( SEAL) A. J Thomas, FOR ALL OCCASIONS ._ _
P.uilding. Jackson- Jft- ''''-JI
Law Exchange Courtfy "
Cl.-rk\ of the circuit &r-
consecutive I'I'on"
week for flOur
hear of the arrival of Johns and has a furniture factory just:: I yule Florida. and file th-1 orrginal; weeks" eacli in the Bradford County Telegraph. I Myrtle T Deaver D'IIIlt1"1'1,

Grace Sibles little daughter, north of Starke and he has madeus In the office of the Clerk of.. the Circuit I 444t12-.
2Mb! daxof
Pamea: Grace, on March 14. in very happy by giving us the April Court I on!'"i2:or; otberxvise Irftrth the allegations : i (OFFICIAL Jtafrd tbi"SEAL Mb day) A...April J. Thomas.I, 1M52 :OTiri: OF ivrii itt'" 10

Tampa. "Johnnie" Sible was song : scrap lumber. as confessed of said Complaint by you. will 1.elak..n nIarin Clerk! I. Crosby.of the Circuit p'put'I..rk Court I I HIRISIIH ricTiuoi .\>IIX..tj'e Ci) They're going goinggoing !

leader here at the Baptist Revival Mrs. Perkins our principal wa This notice shall be published 41lH 5 :2 I is hereby. given thatthe ,
once each week for four consecutive ____ I undersigned, under the provisions of
two years ago. and made many in Jacksonville last Saturday evening j weeks In the Bradford County Tele- 'OTI('P. To .-.tl'i'fl.ltI I Chapter 211.c.t! :! Ijiw.i ..t Florida,, DISH GARDENSPOTTERY I --

friends. to attend the wedding of graph. ii Circuit Court. Ilrndfurd Conntf. Acts of 1941 will register with the Q

Mrs. Archie Eiland and :Mrs. Douglas Maxwell and Miss Pauline :i 1952 Dated: this Mill day of M.irtb. Cloriiln Bell: In riaintuf rimnrerr.!t \ Ella: 11..11.I I I'Alex I for l'I.'rk Bradford(If the County Circuit, !State Court..f in Florida and- I \\n

Donald McMahone spent Thursdayof Meadows. These two young people (OFFICIAL SEAM A. .Thomas, l 1't feiidani. ( ';it- Ni). 9074 upon receipt I i.r proof of publication \\D -
Clerk of the Circuit Court of this notice, thefictitious-
last week in Tampa, where they met while attending the school Dy Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk Notice To .\ spear | name of Tn.ingk'-U Lunch under POTTED PLANTS '
ToKll.i Tell who-e 1 residence isiCiiebor.
met Mr. McMahone whose ship for the Blind at St. Augustine 3/28 It 4 I" : ... :....nd.l. ..milliose IIll- I .which. \\-.. are engaged in business : J 11tit
; .:it itt 2. 1 l\! I .'I-\; Lake PMtler.McKinl' '
in dock there. ilre.i "i- tit; "to .rat; 1 I'.lively, I lliceboro, FLOWERSVIRED
wa* I Douglas is distantly related tc ; > .a i&tI Evelyn Browning,

An Easter Egg hunt for the Mrs Perkins and he and hu familyhave MM K.\NY i: in Piit-ov iii::\ nc.i.i.nut. ic UI uiir.ou 'I. 'I U. ;.V-.u..rl/la.11'. hTelv notified that a'i ,,her..xvn.Fla.f". lit :. lox! 11l..ak.: But ANYWHERE I I \\) t \\\S \

Primary children of the Baptist visited her several times pitoiu n: xxiniiN '111111:1: : ult for Divorce has been filedI I D.Iteil I tin4th I day of April A DC'2 t .
:"111 nxvor -I 1 iiraiii.-t. : you in the above! named* '
MONTH ritoxi im: : :! .u St.iiKe: l i.idford ( ..UII; > Nona St Starke
Sunday School and Training Union since she has been living in Hamp MIIICII. it':;:'. \11'1'.011' I t'.nrt and, cause and you are re- ,Florida i j' "
ton. c.x 1111:\n: n I' HI* COVIIMM qtilied to serve a copy of your an- : 4/4 4t 4 2.-, .J '"
\ i: IN I.IFI i: swer or pleadlp!; to the complaint' : VWElDI :
1 1 We are prouJ that our parent WIIEKEAS: : : :, Jasper I I.j;! ba;, applied : "on the Plaintiffs Attorney, Hon. T : 1'U5J $ 7 5 11
for Letters ..f Admin'laii'.n' upon !Frank aiidrum.. Ptarke, Florida and \OTIC-K OF M'KriAi. r.i.iniov i
and! teachers are trying to raise I the I-'tal..r: : Ben I DII bilnx, > dto file. the original in the off e of the I A -pi cia, election is called to her.tI as low as$33 -;:;:; t :. ";' ". .1
some money to equip a school- I I... de.id. an.l WIIKUKAS.I I : .hie Clerk of the Circuit Court on or hef I* in Biailf.'id: County.\ Klor'i on '' 3I "; ''
AHENTION I notice! of saul application I I w..,. published l ." the 12tb: Iiy: of May. 1952; :Mny tl:, l'! .",-> at the 'a In" tin ...n,1It :<; T,. '.:..".', / i'I.. ,;}. Ac
community playground and recreational in compliance, xxith law ami, I otherwise the allegation of said i;: the same polling places; Mini; o th 'A
I center for us children WHEREAS, hearing was held in my Complaintiil; be taken a>l confessed I Ih.[ same inanapcrand, c-biK-. a1- NG ___ --- -- .;S' V11(
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office. in Starke. Florida at mo'clock by you. I the first I regular Democrat I I'riniiiry /
If You Have We surely would like some place'to I' A.M. Monday. :March 24th. Thin notice, shall be published I lit Tt .lft"1 in said (''puntv. ui;>- \ \ ( % fh'11I
skate and swing and have a' 192, at which time \t.limnwa." .- once each week for four consecutive i,1111 the lii| < stilt i.f th.- estubllsl'li, alt'. L1,1 fa l\t\1 .. : ;.'t.7.. i. ..
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adduced establishing the legal presumption weeks in the Bradfoid County Tele-;j Acquisition or < onstruction. "op.-ra I' ''!fT !
PINE OR CYPRESS good time in general.i ..f the death of Ben Deli, graph. 1 tion and inaintetianc: uf a |",nbl, >. j :" I

i Sullivan's room won the XO\\". THEREFORE. you. IVn Dell ; I'iit.d i tin- "Mh d.iy ..f Apiil. 1'5.1 I liospitiil in IVailford County Florila r)7 U1S ': :
TIMBER TO SELL I if living, or any peisoii for you are (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ; under Chapter 27413): Acts of the ( 1 1 nl \i (
party by collecting the most note required to produce within three Clerk of Pip Circuit Court I II ,Legislature of 1951. by the payment \)t'f' \1 i6 '-, '
book bands the mouth Large or Small Tracts j paper during March. 1!s>:.2, ....ati"fa..t"I'"id..n('" of 4 11 4t 5/2 I uf the race: track funds in evs of ) 't,1)U .
|10f March. They also had an Easter your continuance in life. If within I'I'IHn' :180.00000) allocated to it! ..oifiril'iiuiity -. ( 5' l Of ;)( lit
I the said period of three ('t) monthsevidence '0 il(1'lfl \ I i iIn [ under Chapter ."' .l'', riornlaStatutes. : "::
We Buy All egg hunt last Friday afternoon. sa.ti-fucti.ry: I to the con- Cirrnit Court, llrnillonl ("......t'.I| : All duly oti.a I ifoit .1. i tors. : Q-S ,
I Mr. Eddie Allen is furnishing; Ii nun". >. in life of the said Ben Dell | I'loriilnt; In Clmncrrj-. I :regardless of party, Ill .. '|iiiaiif.'d t" \Ve offer the |u-i j,li- '.f 'Iar". 'I -- --- --
shall I I n.'t I be produced, I. as CountyJudge Krlia K. Althous.. 1'IIIInt.ff."I'. vote therein. R.uftd with hMtdill" tn1 U'
PAY TOP PRICES the lunchroom with delicious fresh I shall is-ne Letters of Administration William \\". Althoiise! Pefendant. This :: day of Ma ri-it.' tI:.?. I II Urn, anil,I'. F-Uin, tui fllu/ m"l,*,?.; (,, a-,/1,, ,, ( '" W S475lJ
green cabbage. We'll be glad t" Jasper n..IIIII'fln tin- Case Xo. '1072A I THE BOAUD OF COCNTY COM- and \iciniiv one of lie nioHianil liie 1),31'1'' '''': / ,
J"/II/ 'illd
rcA.I'M fa" <*" (- n O
i Estate: i of net Dell.! ice T. MISSIONKHS ( (BIlADFOIir: jvmimccd 10 nocr l> $ 57 5
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when some of our parents have' E: 1'. PE1.KYMAX. c..untv Judge : William Al'l'enr.W. Althiiustvhose I ,CorXTY FLORIDA. Viunand..'tntmaifl. I"if kin \tr
fresh green beans for us to eat. iLittle i :i'2S 4t 4 !I" j!, residence and address is: Point By: M O. Harrell Chairman molcrn finest equipped{ J) Write or Call broken I I'lea.-ant IVimsylvania.You 1 4 f :.t 5OTU'I ; : and kigh/ untti ,, >1,1.( Oni,! 0 O
Carl Rhoden has a
:\IITln: TO Appr.iu: are hereby notified that a suit I welding: shops any, hf'rc.
arm and we are sorry that he is'i! In Cln-iill Court, IIrnil f..rl County, for Ipivorciare, custody and control > : 'I () xppn\u. 1
"Florida In ('lllIn".ro'Iary of minor child has been filed! T..: :\1..1 Hurdenbiiig. < Fowler All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Ed
B.T.THOMASLUMBER out of school.! I :\ T. Trumni Plaintiff' vs. Harold .iK.iinst yon In the above Named !I imiit 1.r'Ftirni'tire t ''.'"I.lny. Chatanooga. I Simpson GEM JEWELRYSeaboard
Traiiiin. Defendant. Court and cause and you are required 1 ( Tennessee.TAKK .
Case Xo. 9fC'2Notice to serve a < opy ..f your anwer XUTICK. M .! Harden- GARAGE
CO. T. Ipnenr' or pleading to "the complaint I burgh that on March I I 1. l't.2. Neil
i i \OTICF. OF ITTI TO I II To: Harold Tramm who-.. rcidence i. I I..n the Plaintiffs Attorney, Joseph i iI I I Crown: Hardi-nhtirirh filed suit fit
PHONE 211-J itt:<:iMiit rirmiois MMI: i i" Cnknoxvn. I K. Skipper.. :221 rirahani P.ulldinK. diX'or against y. ti in the. I'ircuitCourt r AND MACHINE SHOP Railway Walcli Inspector
; that th..1 l lumJorsiKni'il You .lu.-ksonvill. Florida and file the '( of the Fifth' ; Jinli.; i.il '11"111' ..r
| Nitli.h.rIby jiv.-n are heiPhy not 1(1.4 that a
P. 0. Box 735 under the of i original in the office of the clerk of I'Floi lila :III :i'nl for l l't. .i.iI.!1.-a ,t a "UII! Tensile Ave. Starke
nr Chapter JiV'I ", Laws ..r KlornU. Vrls, .ic.iin.-t \mi ii the .ib.\e natii'd 1 ,Ilhl' Court on or before the 1 li'tb da> Flo! -i It:t M 1 l' '. i\ L"". II ,,,. ,' THE O AUTHORIZED ELIN: ; : AM Itl .1 I 4 o\ \
STARKE FLA.Vyvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvwwvv" ..f May 19.otherwie: I i'I'.M., !. .I.!.I:1': I I' 1
of l 1'111 will r.'r. W-MI )i.- i'l-rk\ '.iint and ,111'<, andmi are reinr : the allegations Mirt' 'i: <
>f the 'Ir. lilt '..urt 'PI unl! f"ir.radfrird !' > il J to >-\e a cnii\ nf \ iitirani -- of said ('otnpiaint \\ 1111 be !t.ik. n bs.iKl'.: : }' !'", '.!' \ \! I II.1 I II ,' DEALER IN HRADFORD) COUNTY
as confessed by ""U. :, :", I .1:
Sia'i- -f Pl'irul.i .. .
'unt\ -\\-i 1.1 ,pi: .ni 1.1"I.' -he "-"iiii1., iii .
1 upon re.-, ipt ..if pr' mf .'f piiMi." IM-MI "'t'l.-, !] I I'l.i n1 \ .rn.-\ .! '-. |ihModel This notice shall I". iiiil.lMi.-il .
nce eachv.k) f..i four < i.ti-" i ?nttveiks < STARKE. FLA.
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.4. i OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ELECGUY ANDREWS . --- .
i" 'iViAG -.44 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
14-P .4 iM.I : : I.ti i.HI I. ('r..I .
CHEF 4 4 'ii 41 ;;; :
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'4 Iii Circuit ('.."rt. Itrailfurd C.mntj
: .4 rioriitat In 4-1.:.ferry.
4 Willinin! : T IT..\\'"11: Plaintiff! v.- TOCONGRESSON /
.4 I 1'i.i'n.s a i I I.. I Mow ell. Defendant.: i
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i 4 'i.., "I\ "Mn-ss Unknown..
; ALL '4 \"i .i.- hereby notified that a MAY 6
I i 167.50 '4 "I.'! I''I' r DiM.rct, has been filediiiit .-
FOI 4 v..1\ n' the above named :
t ____ 4 "nit .unl i ."1'" and you are re- J.I. -IL
Q) = I GAS; 4 piuired' I.. ..Ta copy of He stands for "
< > your an-
cDG-I'I -r or |j'I-! ,ufnar to the complaint :?
Installation Down 4 4 ...n I ii.- I 1'1 l ..IIllff'*. .\tt'rnclfi.n T. iIjj ti. honesty kIlL f-

.... I 30.50 4 Ki.uik .." rat 1'11111. Staik.l'l.arida.. .
I Payment and file, th' original in the office of i :- :
l 4 sincerity : --T--\
--= 100 t) Mis.Pyrofax. .4 I he Clerk of the Circuit Court on or i' _I .
I .-- for.tin. 1 I2th '
day of
'4 May, i l'52!
GasCompletely 4 'herwathe, allegations of said integrity
I -4 'itnplaint- will be taken ns confess-
4 .1 l by you. economy
4 This' notice shall be published
4 Ore each week for four consecutivev. in government
131.00 4 \ .-.-ks in the Pradforil County T..le.raph. -

Installed ..Yetlat.. .4 Business Man Civic Leader County Official .
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.4 Ii.'h" <\ \\ of .\1'1'01.| | |t"'i.-|
4 I M.FKIcixi.' SKALI\ A .1 Thomas Veteran World War 11 (;Graduate University of Florii i;
I flerk of the Circuit Court _
.4 1 15M: 1.iI. ,iTt I. i'r'I! ) I'lerk! Agricultural School .Able Honest.: Progressive \
4 i 411 If :, 2

TO Andrews '
We Will Finance 4 HDa"; ..:n i.'in i run- \ >IK WILL BE APPRECIATED Guy 'i-
4: I Notice hereby pivrn th.it the iit.- I .

mmsmuIm.immi 4AS I d. rsipned. under the |>rovi-i..i ..i i iiiaitter 'POLITICAL ADVERTISING'' PAID' POP BV GU ANDREWS ..
t For As Long I I I !! i 2'> i15.: Laws "f Kb-i, nl.t' \. \ '
.of I 'H. uill
4I register with th. I 'I. I :"
I4 11"f I the Circuit ,'..urt in anJ f..", I It.k.:, -- -'--- ----- --- Vi.
: I ford iitintv.. State of Fl"rId.ir. -,1', '' i. 4
,- 44 '', eipt' of proof (.1 pul.li.-ation! ..f

This beautiful, specially priced Magic -:I I !;I Kl tinnotice Uancho. Motel the: fietltionnai.tinder \t hnli I .,* u.are .f LEE'S S DRIVE THEATRE' E ::

18 MONTHS I engaged in busint--- ..n 1" S3nl

Chef range brings you top performance I I I I'\ .north t.. :Schoii" of Starke and fHa.h Fla i I.W.M' IN BUSY DAYS AHEAD

-I I I Schoii. Cox 1001 Ptarke": Fla

plue long-lasting dependability. I Dated this 11th day ..f .Api'i A |I'.
II I 'I'1:2. I\t *-mt.rK.-. Bradford I '..UHI\ fr KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
I | Florida.\ The next time you're in the market forE
t It has so many exclusive features :I 4114t52
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'. such as the Red Wheel oven heat I MITICK"' 1'1'I'TIn'Tn
:I ; IIKC.ISTKU: : KICTIUOIMI': E FRIDAY SATl'RDAY APRIL IS. 19 t Manifold. Books Cash Pads
t i :Notice l is hereby gh.-n thrt' the
regulator the one-piece) top burner :I 1 undersigned.; nmler the r"VU-l.1"-

E See this and otherMagic II I I of Acts Chapter of 11l.! 2'1 uill! : n-Kisiter'\\\ s of with.Fli.nd.t' the JUDY CANOVA 4 !j Cafe Checks Blank Books

t units large fully insulated: oven :I !. I erk! of the Circuit .'.,urt m and 4

.'. Chef Specials t for Hi ailf..rd County State of PHONE 29

.'. Swing-Out Broiler plus I many I t I ;Florida upon of this r..lpl..f notice tifietit prf) of'puhlicatl"l1 'I IN ::1

t j illus name of Temple Motel under1, with the most complete
We'll over
come right
Today II
others. which I
am !
engaged In bu II t ?00 Tempi A% > tark... Fir dai 'HONEYCHILE'With I
II t
i Carl Johns owner. 3"r South : 4 line of stock and custom-madebusiness forms
Water St., Stark-: Florida ': 4 >

: Dated thaw :2'Th! day: "f1.: if, < n.. 4 i i the market. And we'll take care of all the
Alan Jr.
Jr. and Hale
''fvat: Star-: ; flr.tdf.rdunty ,I : Eddie Foy. 4 I on

CENTRAL FLORIDA I 'F"r.d.1! ', : 44 ': details that a first class
I :32t4t4' too, to see you get job

: SUNDAY. and it
t HK: ;IHTIH: FICTITIOK MMF 4 get promptly.
E :t 1 Notice I is hereby f iv-n that the 4
GAS & APPLIANCE CO t 'r.ler'iRned. under theprov.sinn* '
I I "f ('hat.r !'\".:>3 Laws, of FI..rlda'l, 'RETREAT HELL !
S Arts, uf l4I.! will register \t Ith the !: l Bradford County Telegraph
I M'lerk of the Circuit Court in and"II
t i for Bradford County. Ptat rf Flonda '
E 149 W. CALL ST. PHONE 301 STARKE, FLA. I I upon receipt of proof of publira- I I : Frank Lovejoy. Richard Carlson Anita Louise 4 4 OFFICE SUPPLIES
II ti-.n of this! l notice. the f. t-tl.-u-: 4
t .ar.e: of .Ii.J.Vs Place, undervhVH: '
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f 1'A? : Is $ r. rC'1 1, Baptist Church J i Or cut j 'LATTU HCII: or; JESUS DAY CIIKIST :Mrs Ancel Norman Thursday j i of the model whose love affair'] ages his father's 1'iitIF
tirji CM I
: 4t Everyone is glad to see Mrs. R.M. i with Scott Brady gives the I j !
h picture
The First Baptist Church of Masonic Temple, Call Street. : Johnson back from a- stay in a warmth and human quality .-< company, with his youn?, r I 1." ., ,

). BY CLINT BONNER tarke extends an invitation to al! Sunday School every Sunday Tampa with her son-in-law and In the supporting cast such I Jack learning the burin.;,; '
to join in the regular worship !; mornng 10 a. m. Sacrament Services daughter :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Grover interesting i characters tin is married ar.d Jack i.- PI '
as Michael!
services of the week. Sunday 6:30: p. m. A cordial invitation Rhodes. Mrs Johnson is now stay. O'Shea as the with the daughter of a M i_
is extended to all.REV'IV'AL pinochle-playing is head of the draft boat!
morning the message by the Paa- ing with her daughter, Mrs. Ancel! friend of the marriage broker
tor will be "Comfort from Heaven" I! Norman. ; As war clouds g 1'!". t i- l h '-

Pass Me Not 0 Gentle Saviour I i During the hour the Carol Choir) stHnCt:.- Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Normanof Zero optometrist Mostel.; Frank a love-frustrated Fontaine, a Martin Jack is finds called up 1..1'. ,. i rv" > e ., '

; will sing the offeratory hymn and AT BETHEL CHURCHRevival Hampton were visiting his parents "} shy Swede seeking a mate; and I bin m\ \1.- ;pt(
I i sure from his old: ,
the Church i un.injoin I It
Choir will Mr
and Mr Norman
sing the Leroy John .
Fanny Crosby's greatest hymn was her firstDr. morning anthem. I services are being heldat Alexander in the role of a him and help! I) .: I ,'ir ,
among Bethel Baptist Church each wealthy rancher seeking to marry abroad. The r.t. i.principal .> o: :

Valentine Mott led the little girl and her and In less than two more decades Fanny Cros : Sunday evening during the Hap- i, night through April 27 by Rev. P. Marriage Broker' off f.\e; daughters. I cha'uti1uatu.ns t '. th'-. ,

widowed mother to the door. The famous New by's popular verse had made her famous Among !j py Hour the message by the Pas- Padgett of Brooker. Everyone With Jeanne Crain bring: abut I i i'i \' ..
York surgeon had made a thorough examination many others her "RosalA. the Prarie Flower" and ;_ tor will be "Repent! How?". The welcome to come and worship Want I You' suspense and in'e i the! :.. .
of the child's eyes but there was nothing he could "There's Music In the Air" were set to music by j Chapel choir will lead the singingof Rev. R LLee. pa.-t tnr> Coming To Florida :
do. When Fanny Crosby was 6 weeks old she noted Composer George F Root and sold In sheet | requested hymns and iI Has All Star Cast story.
had caught cold and a country doctor prescribed music by the thousands. gospe I A> pieiy as it 13 II t,, '
a mustard poultice for her Inflamed eyes. Now Fanny Crosby looked on her blindness as a choruses with the piano organ duo TTTTTrrrTrrrlr TTTTTT TTTTIIEILBRONN How a mirnapf: broker operate: At Park Theatre .. ,
the was 5 years old and totally blind. Her father blessing. Undisturbed by things about her, she providing the music Sunday and her influence on the lives of; th: pi[' ::ure rank as: "T '

had died and neighbors In Putman County New said she could more easily write her poetry She School meets at 9:45: with OneWiggins those who mint her services are Rt'\'ohllg'! around the, life of nil. ,' 'ertaiiuni! : ,'t t tfJe :" :.
York, made up money to send her to the spewas 44 years old when she set aside work on Iclallit. i superintendent of the explored with hilarious results In I II a I
As Dr. Mott turned back Into his office, secular songs and turned her prolific pen to the school I typical American familY "I Want
Fanny Crosby heard him say "Poor little blind writing of hymns. William Cowper must havegIrL' .i for more than 300 regular I., II, l'utl'f1YYYYTTTYTTTTTTTTTYYTYYY "The Model And The Marriage You', co-starring Dana Andrews ,
What the sympathetic doctor didn't know been right when he said "God moves In a mysterious I attenders. Training Union gathers -Y Broker' showing at the Florida Dorothy McGuire. Farley Grang.'rI
that the little blind girl was to turn her ous way" because Fanny Crosby wrote more at 6:45: with J. T. Lawson direc Theatre Sunday and Monday j and Peggy Dow, will play at tt',. lilA', '" f fi ,
handicap into an asset Just three years later hymns than any writer In history over 8,000. i I tor of the Unions for each age Mr, and :Mrs Eldon Sapp and The story revolves around the Park Theatre and .1/." 5
she wrote her first verse: "Oh. What a Happy Nor did the one-time school secretary quit tak group.tidwrek service held sons anti Mr and Mrs T N Norman -, of Thelma Ritter I Imaneuermg Monday Tue j 'fP
Child I am, Although I cannot see! I am resolved ing down her verse Grover Cleveland set aside is i O'VIfJJ
that In this world Contented I well be." affairs of state many times to take dictation from tach Wednesday evening at 7:45.: and son were visiting in who devotes her life to finding!i day.The action is 1,,;-' \ -r

Two decades later the superintendent of New his ever welcome guest to the White House. But. Jacksonville Sunday. mates for lonely individuals who : Eastern city where thi Gr"ii'nmen' "
York's Institute for the Blind walked Into the as Is the case with many writers Fanny Crosby's I! Mi' ,
office to find his male] secretary taking down verse best hymns were among her first She was In the Methodist Church and rrs, IMVI I Plunkett ofJ.ldt'11 i"!lcl.t! ",>Ut i I'u' '. '" i'i!, I'r..h ;".. : M II' tin (cite -

while one of the blind Instructors dictated. He middle of her long life when in 18S8 she wrote \ ;ll< ',', ,'rt''lsJtlllg :Mr and! !l-:' J'Ii,1: :1 i ," ,t :;> ii' Y..:. ((1:1, t \\. .i 1 \\'lr 11 LIQUID OR utim-UMi LAST uuu
warned both against further waste of the school's what singer Ira D. Sankey regarded as her masterpiece The First Methodist Chiiph .f
time. But neither thought they were wasting time Starke cordially invites you to at, --_ -
Past me not, 0 gentle Saviour, Trusting only In Thy merit tend services of worship on Sunday
Hear my humble cry; Would I seek Thy face; April 20. Church School bti
While on others Thou ort calling, Heal my wounded, broken spirit, i t gins at 9:15 every Sunday morn
Do not pass me by. Sav me by Thou grace I': ing. Despite the rain therWH/ -- "

record attendance In Sunday Srhoo1 T ARLING
Let me ot a throne of mercy Thou the Spring of oil my comic, Easter Quantity
Sunday.Iormn church
Find a sweet relief; More than life to me
Kneeling there In deep contrition, Whom have I on earth beside Thee? service is held at 11 o'ciork with
Help my unbelief. A. Whom !in Heaven but Thee? the Rev T. G. Mitchell caching

the sermon on 'The Living Christ "

The Senior Choir will turn sh Rights
-pecial music. GROCERY & MARKET iJ

Sunday evening at S j l'> :Ii:, theCathedral
:Motion Pictun-, "F'u!

(Conversion of St. Paul', will! bt Reserved

1 I = shown. This is part of thi' him! 1 n Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Starke, Fla.
wide study on the Book mv+ i
Diitributed by mutinied features Syndicate Birmingham. Ala. being conducted by Mi Mit. h.-H,i
The study is being spun Ii| bv These Prices Good Fri/ and Sat., April 18, 19 .i'i"

the WSCS and the Wt'3h'y.do, ;4, ; '." ..
Hampton BaptistThe ice Guild. The study \\ ,1b": vmt ,"; f.7 _,__ ... ,_. .., .p'1'o"t': < ": : '1, r- ;"

viewpoint of a layman in t on Wednesday evening. April ib

0 fhnstianvoik can usually best be and will be continued 0,1 \\ed
cited by a layman, him -elf. Tc nesday evenings during t''.< in. fl' "

I 11111what Christ can mean to a; 'of April. Prior to the irn> .us, 'If) "

t business: man and then, for that the film Sunday e"d'il I'n : C

niiin to be able to express it from Youth Choir will lead t ,,' -11:1'i 111 I LARGE :Cf1T:

the pulpit with the ability of a( 'gation in the singing or 1 1,1. o.rue
Church of God ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL J ,
: preacher is, indeed, a rare thing 'gospel hymns and will ai- 'trn

Sth & St. Clair SU Friday 7 30 p,m Litany .nul h However you will have the opportunity ,I,: ish pecial music.Christian .
Sunday School lr a.m. to hear such a one as thif1 i
Sunday lonllng'orshlp 11 a.m intercession, Rev Fred Yerkes ;i,i Sunday if you attend any or all! Church

Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Sunday, 9:15: a.m. Sunday Cervices at our Church. A. L

Y P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m School. 11:00: a.m. Church serve : 'Feigert of Ohio and Keystone Bible School will begin prompt P.
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 Christian Colony will the at 10 a.m. and will be cut short
p.m. supply
ices, Rev Fred Yerkes. pulpit of the Hampton Baptu-t ;so everyone is urged to be present [ / / Corned Beef Plantation Lbs.
i,' Church Sunday in the absence of; This is promotion Sunday .dl par
t the pastor Rev. Bob Gray, whc; ents are urged to hi, I .--eni!

will be preaching in Jacksonvilleat Morning services begin ,.t 1 lit+ 30
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke the Baptist Temple. the Lord's Supper will Ll'd:

Bible school begins at 10 a.m at 10:45: morning mess.i., at 11 z. Lykes Per Can
# # 1111 1 I' ,#--___ I with superintendent Don E. Hill I a.m. The morning sen'II'l'111 be 1 14 19C 1 TRIPE 43C

Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor j leading the Church at study. Last t short due to the fact that Rev

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town !, Sunday, we had 170 in attendance Swindall is to bring the dedication

PHONES Office 231 due to the Easter "bulge"Ve sermon for the new Christian .. .. "' -'
: Pastorium 130 .. _;".i._ : _:"
.. ;: __ I would apprf'ciate'er much having church at Falmouth, Fia at 2 "

Morning Services. "Comfort From Heau-iT I the same new outfits back tc p.ni. The Evening senn-es in PURE Colored
,j church this week and all you folk Starke have been changed to 8t
Evening Services "Repent How ?! !
that camp with them Then, at t p.m. with Christian Endeavor b" C
,._ i
# -----" ,------------ 7 p.m., our Training Union meetsi ginning at 7 p.m. Mid-week pray: C

SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M., 7:30: P.M. i i under the leadership of Otto Hicks er services have been changed u- LARD OLEO

Sunday School 9:15 A.M.-Training Unions 6:15 P.M. S r., Director. Brother Hicks wa.u 8 p.m. also. The 6th Cnnpter of

MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. mighty happy about our 102 at II Corinthians is the cli lpt.+ -i icr

I tendance in BTU last Sunday, discussion.! Everyone +i- i ">ei! QTRS. "
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR | let's not cause anybody to be dis-; to attend. 3 Lb.

"" -- 1 appointed by dropping below IOC -Homer Swindall i, .'er
>" I
.-it'. this! Sunday Come, bring your JAR
.. .,- Bibles and join the discussions of IIAMITOX( CHRISTIAN
God Word under competent

First Raptist Church Christian leaders. Bible school 10 am \1 I 'fI'n;;;
The evening evangelistic service
worship 11 a.m C. Y F 7pm
0 %j HAMPTON will begin promply at 8 p.m. Evangelistic services 8 p II, Wed .
and everyone is invited to join nesday night Bible stud' H i onu '. m .d: -.:- ::;. ., ._ .: .. __. : .. :?

e' Bob Cray; l Pastor I!i! Sunday good Night's singing, happiest warm fellowship crowdwith Lord.and let us labor together i ..1nc Vets 3 for Hi-Up lb. bag

and Spirit-filled preaching. It's DOG FOOD 2SC FLOUR 1S 1.19BACON
i !reallytv'onderful. "Come and see!" Hampton C. 1<'. Y will > host r1!

Bible School 10:001.: : 1. : to the youth of five Chnstian

I churches on Monday evening
a: H.T.U. ;:00 P.M. At The Tabernacle
April at 8 p.m All youth are
2 +3 i I 1 invited to and ( Best White Lb. 'C Waldorf for
come bring a For the best in the Hible'Preaching Weekend services commemorating 2 TISSUE 3 25C
ed dUh. Immediately f''Mowing
the beginning of the Gas pe! 8TOMATOES
supper, the program fit 'h.' ,' ,
,_ Mission and Tabernacle work were
nine will get underway
Services considered among the best yet .. _. .. _.. d" ,
i 0 held, Ladies Missionary So,' ,"> wil1! "" .. .;-,. ".. ,_",'t':' ....... 'iIi.-:- -......if." ". <.. ,. __ ,");..- __jC_. ._' .--.i... .. _.y-- ..... ..,... -"""!.'.-'. 61i.- .- -;... -_r.h"1f. .. -
w 11 :1..1I.-S P.M. Friday. April 11, marked the meet at the home of Mir <

19th anniversary of the work. Hev Chastain on Thursday Ainu;. 24
Everyone: 1 is Invited to hear I PER
Dale Snyder of Altoon Pa. and at 3 p.m.
,, Mr.: Feifrert, outstanding
Lake Butler delivered the prm 1
-John M '
6 Childress I" rick
Christian Ionian and llibleTeacher opal address., Rev. Morris Bra -
\\how ill speak at all lociLARGE
man of Lake Butler also participated
St. Edward's Catholic
L___ !ol'rkt a< dId the Boys Trio with
trumpets and trombone Rev. Richard Lyons, pastor

r ALBERT 1.. FEIGERT Nursery Open Saturday night the TabernaelcYiHith Sunday Mass: at 9:15: a. m
Mass at 8 .
Weekly : a m
Choir presented a fine pro-

I g. am appropriate to the season in Confessions Saturday 7; t,0> to .. ,T' ... .' -- -- .- ,
i onnection with the regular Youth 8:30: P.M.Children's. .-L.'w.-" 'lJ.__:' '_-i'..-, _- cJ> -""- ,_ -- ........ s_ .._ .. ... }-..". '. .. .... -' 'i ._ "-:" !>,Q. er..", .......>J"t:

:Meeting. Catechism i';,isses .. .
(njcy 0 washday vacation Wednesday, 4:00: P.M '. Jlt. : ,: : .-=: .'i-.. :;:;, _: _... ... ..f ._ .i. :'"' _-. <
Sunday morning the message

52 Weeks a year with Me was delivered by the Sponsor TIIF.KEJSS.V Woodbury
Special music included "The Trium-1
oham Refrain, sung by Mrs. C
Eugene Lee; "Glorious Morning'isung Be present Thun-da n.yni; at
the Youth Choir. and "HeLIWS'
by 7:30: p.m. for the preaching! serV'ICE'S
1 I a violin solo byV. B .
Bring your friends and tell
1 :McKinney Sunday night. Grover
Osbuine, a ministerial student of) your neighbors Young pe-.ple are

Bob Jones University brought f urged to be present at 7 p ncf

BENDIX fine message on "Three Phases -Homer SwindaP!, Minister
a Christian Life 4 BARSPepsi
its Amodng ...w 6r/._.1idhlb The sponsors acknowledge with PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSCllr
wo"tripl..riIlN', 299.95 thanks the beautiful flowers from RCi I

........,.. .tlcont !I".If. Mrs. M J. Sadenwater. Mrs G W j Sunday School 10 a.rr., .. ... .
tIIv'.off.. eYNu.aa.ayt I f "
i k Brown, Mr!'. M J.McRae. Mis. J Morning Service 11 a P: ... _.. -._ .' .. .', .. Ji ,, .. < : .. ,, _. :. : :" ., .. '
1 1NO Thornquest Mrs. S J. Grady and Evening Service 7:30: p m
1 I Mrs. J. F. Stewart ,j I Prayer Meetings Wedncsdax
night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nigh ,
s i Church of Christ 7:45: p.m. -H. Gorsira, Pastor
or Oc
I Corner 10th and Mc.Mahun: 1
I Bible School10 A. M. VOITII REV'i1'.II. .
NO Preaching A..I. and 7:30P. : AT WALDOA

THIS BEHDIX DOES vv.\' ,. I .Prayer M. Meeting and Bible Study Youth Revival will b"ir'n at Deposit

THE DRYING ", VlevflK each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. j Waldo under a tent on Apr., 21 i

ODthea M 1..1 fa 1 bettw'eather'_ Everyone welcome.'Presbyterian continuing through April 26 The

.took. ?w bnw;lot* .sy. 239 95 "OJVCf.r B NOiXDMiM HOME APPLIANCES Church meetings are being sponsored by
.. !;
AVCO Menv'ecNriat C the Churches of God of the Gainesville
Sunday School at 9:43.: j
District consisting: of Star .

WINKLER% ELECTRIC SERVICE Friendship 11 Class 10"service a.m. i Lawtey. High Springs Lake Butler ... .-- .. .. .. '. .. -. .. ...
a.m. Morning cony I Palatka Waldo and Gainesville .,. .. -. '- --- "--- ..- '- .... .- -. <=
ducted by Rev. L.A.. Shepherd of i

222.221 Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke Fla. Ph. 166 State' Farm. j The evangelist will be Retrl' '- .. .. .
Youth Fellowship Sunday evening Gold Everyone is wek'.n. .. : : .. __ __ .. .. .. ..". ..- u. '.. ._ "_ : : -__ :-. ... . ., .. ::
i at 7 p.m.


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.0. LJiLa. In. IM :

J Methodist recreational building I Woman's Club Beverly Lappe '. I i i" the 2 day of June. 19S2 1 %,11..1' To Ippenr. t j |-andrum. Starke. :
\VCTU Planning I Datt-d this 15 day of April. 195: To Peter :MrMah.i'i: whoqe i.-i-1.1eifl I he Florida and file once each week for f .
Thursday, April 24, beginning at (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas .. i original in the office of the .
e' and addre- it'nK'. in the I\' .. :'
; >u '
: For District Meet 110 a.m. Luncheon will be furn* I Elects OfficersAt Has Birthday Party I IBe'erly Clerk of. Florida.Circuit Court of Bradfordt'ounty. You are hereby! notu.-'il! tIlt A \ I lerk-.. the of the 1Mb Circuit da.e.Court May on or I'M be-: :' Tel'cVanh t\f"Pr

I suit for Pi\v.r .
has b. : ,
en f' : :. the :- ; ; "a':
ished and served by the local Union Last Meeting 4tH 4t 59 'against! you in th. a'. ,- -rvl'e allegations of s.ud ( .
\ nn! d"ourt '!. t will be >K: v
WCTU t.ik..n
: A called meeting of I lat 12:30. Lappe celebrated her I I < and cause and \ "'I a'-e required .---o! lv } .t. as c.'nCi OKFKIA1.C':. -
was! held Wednesday afternoon lIt II 1 to serve a copy ff \ ',cr; jnbwrror .. g"I\ .. :'
The District is of eleventh birthday anniversary Friday :NOTirK OF \I'I'I.lr \TIt' FOUT -rl- '1" : esh.e1! be pi'.lhed:
j composed At the April meeting of the I \ \ HIKI pleadine tn the "- .r nla n! IOn
the committee at the Mag I "
room 'Unions in Gainesville, Lake City. Starke Woman's Club held Tuesday I April 11, at the home of her 1I,0"f' lull si). 1'06- the Plaintiffs Alt ro'J'
nolia Hotel to make plans for the NOTICE IS I1KUKBY C.1VEN. that Thomas, Jr I' o !I"' tu.-r 1tarke.
i Archer and Starke. State PresIdent : of last week the annual re- parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry i Adolph jay the holder of the follow -. :' Florida and rd.' '.o ornr' t-,
in the
District Meeting to be held ; al in tho office of the '.. ik ..f 'I i,.
certificate has filed said i
I Mrs. D. J. Mason of Orlando from chairmen of ins certificates
I j ports depart i Lappe 504 N. Cherry St. | for a tax deed to be issued I (Circuit Court on or hi f the1 .. '
and other State workers will be ments and committees! were given, thereon The certificate numbers i, day of May, 1932: o' i n .- "I \9

present as! well as a group from I I along with the election of officers. The table was beautifully decora J and years of issuance: the descrip- allegations of said Compu it w .fl I Itaken j... Uvd'foryour.r.
i tion of the property and the names(i as confessed by you.i ..
WATER WELL Penney Farms to present a Tem Mrs. W. R. :Morse. president. ted with spring flowers and a I', in which it was assessed are afj i I This! notice shall he puhliti'.t! !

;, perance playlet. I I presided over the meeting and j large two-tier birthday cake. I I follows Certificate: NnII.. Year of Is.->u1 .. :, once weeks:each in the week Bradford for four County conseciitHr Tf'r .

1 All local ministers and their following the annual reports the Games were enjoyed by the eighteen 1 am-e May :31. 1910I :; graphr
DRILLING50c I Inscription of Property: N',J ol Dated thiIfith day ,.f April '
wives are cordially invited to the following officers for 1952 to 19.:>4 children who helped Beverly ,
Lots :3 & 4 of P.Ik. :3 Catkins Add I (OFFtI'l.\I. SRAI.I A. J Thoi- -
i meeting. as well as honorary mem were elected: president Mrs. C. H. celebrate. Mrs. Lappe was assistedin to Town of Starke. Section :!!9, I Clerk of. rhe (Hrcnit r .r' i
PER FOOT Township 6 South. Range :22: East Ry :Myrtle T D.aver. D* "ftv r'. '
WATERGl'AKAXTEED bers and tbeir wives. j Nasvvorthy; fir-i vice-president ( entertaining byIn. Name 11whh'h assessed- L'n- 41'1 IOTlCC i ii

Anderson Mrs. Carl Fillyaw and known
Mrs. JV. Kincaul.; second vice
( If more than one certificate follow
PresbyterianVomen president Mrs. R. F. Young: third Mrs. Bob Hancock. above order for each additionscertificate. :I :\ 10 .U--r.UI .
cVntt. HrnJiorJ
tn rireult
OK NO PAY i 4oiiIl Srtarljne
vice-president Mr*. T. Frank I In "h.n..jr.
See I All of said property being In th. 'i'-., :
' | The Presbyterian W'-nien of the .lo> \. .allra. Plaintiff \ #
I Landrum; fourth vice-president, \VO\V Circle Notice County of Rradford. State of Florida. S, eur". Defcnd.tnt ..!
John Magyari Jr. Ii i i Church will hold th"ir April meetIng Mrs. J. A. Griffin; secretary MrsF. Tnless such certificate or cert if i.', I'.ISf \ -. : Ig2.f;
': rates shall be redeemed accordin
Tuesday evening at 8 clock J. Pellum Miss Doro All W. 0. W. Circle members :N tce T.. .\ppenr.
Rt. 2. Box 54i/ StarkecnsoiinE"cossiP ; treasurer to law the property described it ..
: [ Tl Till! S. RtlI wil
. .- in the church. thy Ross; corresponding secretaryMrs. are urged to attend the regular such certificate or certificates wil. C n-ni.e| .inil .nl.ltHs. ., : 'mi I
be sold in thehighest bidder at th
< .-If. L. F. Dinkins and librarian,, monthly meeting at the W. 0.V court house door on the first Mon' SI 1. Pueblo\ I .\I.il.nl. .. -
I. .. You are hereny notified! PREMIUM
des in month of June. u-hu Iis
'" Mrs. H. H. Young. These officers r Hall Tuesday. April 22 at S o'clock thecity of June. 1952r 1952.. ''''iit f.-r 1'.1'; .'" has be.'Mxeatns' .

I will be installed at the May Breakfast Mrs. Heneritta Hunt and Mrs if.'d this !I" day of April! 1952lOFFUMAL : '. 'In'v ",u :n the above "

., will be initiated mtcI SEAL) A J. Thoma ,I' .urt i 1 .'i. .,.-" antI you
May 14. Thelma Wise Clerk ..f firnit Court of Bradfort I I 'i'ccr.I. .. '" :\ ""pv nf \
Hostesses for the eve County. Florid* \\.r .r 1",1 "g I. "w i.. Utholine
By "Shorty"flflpsflflpppsflsfl l, Two new members I the circle. .
wef'olcl1 i 4'18 4t SIn '!I \ 1'I! i i.1 \ 1'1'' I I SINCLAIR

..,. I ; into the club, Mrs. Calvin Houpl: Ding will be Mrs. P. SCrews and

/: I I -,.. -"F I" and Mrs. Marjorie Colley. Mrs. Mrs. Eula Mae Conner. f'irrnlt" Court. Hrnilfont Count
C 10./ I 1'I..rloJn; In i'hnncerr*
.:: .}. v.-;? r.\ You may depend. F F. Stump chairman of conservation !lluth nihbs.T Otiiba.Defendant.Plaintiff. V". ArthurJ C. T. U. LUBRICATION

... .. reported that 200 azalea l NOTICi: TO .\I'I''', IK Case No. !.tivtj:
I < { : Order of Pnblicntlon IT l.MIAKIIIEN: :: \ WOMVN
and Notice
/ JK FLOIUDAi toppear
bushes STATK
on Lykes were planted in the Cit TIIK I :
: }
every ., i ToSimon: J Temple, deceasi,, .\ II.\S TO KKF.P I"I- Till, HOMF To add to the life of lour car and make it ride smoother,
I Ijr; I Park last week a gift of Edwir 1 Sarah .1 Temple his wife if allv.- State "f Florida to: Arthur .J I Ililebs.
food product unknown heirs,,, ( whose r.-*iol..n'p lee: I'nknounYou AM: HELP si PPOIiT Tin
.. I Fraser of Southern Nurseries.. Th<- and attaint the .. let us lubricate it regularly with our new premium grease.
i deMMlefiat.-s "I' .th..r1alm.; are required to appearMay on KEEK: : T.\nIt': s ON: fiji: ( OR
I I members were urged to vote or under Sarah J Temple. If deceased : 19. 195:!. in the above n.ni"'l
II f I ants :NEIL:: TOO. Sinclair Litholine. Tests that heat or cold, rain of
I :4 Just as Florida I the hospital referendum m th., and against the unknown.u i Court and cause herein plainft. t prove ,

i ,> housewives have for May elect.on. ,1" claimants heirs. devisees under Simon legatees J.or Tempi other::;: tody seeks and divorce control sole of keep.minor care.,'htldr.I 'O!.:--<-, ( rUKH \ ( OOI) '\t\\: shine, Sinclair Litholine does a far better job than ordi

'. L __-_ I 11.01. if alive. and if dead,, I Bradford ('(eufltv Telegraph" .
: nearly a half century!. :Mrs! J. \V. Kincaul chairman oj f ;iieaint-t: hi" unknown heirs. devisees,,,. publish this Order. in next f .'iweekly nary grease. Save wrcr. Stop squeaks. Sincliir-ize with
underi issues
"Wa, tain't exactly the'car : Yes mam freshrncats..smok.dmeats I the social committee, announce I'i him legatees; .\. Hall or ,other also known claimants as Angus Witness my hand and ..ff. .... ---- Litholine 1000 miles.
j i! that the theme for the May Breakfast .. '! Hall if alive and if dead, his unknown seal :>t Stark. Florida. thi.- .Ap; 1 every
that shows off them new : or 141.; 1952!
accessories!" I' I to be held May U, will bt,. claimants heirdeviees.! under legatees him; Avi i (OFFICIAL SE\L) .o\.J Tb."., e.. IC
canned other 1p I
'I or meat 'Sadie Hawkins. All those on tlu: ll-ill wife of .\. Hall also known asAngus i As Clerk of said ""ti Jr' ?
t.s Hall if alive and if dead,, Bv Mvrtl.- Denver Deputy ('l.-i I, E
# ," '1'1- products you'll j,I i program and assisting will be at' her unknown heirs devisees, Charles U HP,.. :0i-o. .; liiinri'e ," L STARKE FLA.'
\ claimants under Life Bldgr. Jacksonville. "' ., iAttjs. ] Service Center Station
Protect the finish of your car always find tops inquality j:"tired in Sadie Hawkins costumes her i'-gats-es and otht-r for Plf I it 4'Minn .

and bo proud of its appearance ,I tops in taste f}, j' Mrs Don Parker will be in chars*,. y,1I will take noti.-e that SallU Hall .: TIIi'i'nut Fri.. Sat. Apr IS, 19

Ith and { \ of the program. The Method! 1 1f t :M. llall.O. B. Hall. Angus SEKHEK 1) GOODMAN
regular washing wax-
;:' goodness whenever i;.. I Voile Hall \Valk-r. and Audre> To TI..M.I)Tel Whvte Morrison DOrm.1FE.lTHE: :
Ing. A \\Ulcon\inceyou! r-I you .: f \\'. S. C. S. will serve the break. Hall n..lger.1"1"1''' of the fee sink. 79 o'Farrell Street'

LJ see the Lykes label! fast at $1.50 apiece and reservai I Into title to the propert hereinaftt-i San:; Francisco, California, .. OH YOUBeautiful I t.. S.; :Ml at South ('liv Limits
set out in this :Xoti.-e. a. the sole' Yon are herebv notified tliiit ti.-I '
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLBBY i at all better dealers i lions must be made not later that 1 heirs at law ,.f B. K Hall deceased,, has b.'.-n filed aJrallsl11 bv :Mi > .
jit 1 i have filed their sworn Bill of torn.. jorie 1"00n7. :Morrison in tli.' PII.M Phone 20i(
Monday May 12, by calling MrsKincaul plaint against you. and each of you. ('''nrt. P.ranford Coupty.\ Florida I In Doll

\ LYKES BROS., Inc. or Mrs J. H DuPre. herein they are hereby. seeking Uinet ..i Chiincerv.: her Complaint ami .h.relief ..
'.. I their title to the following Oft prayed for therein I i.- a I 1'-,
mtJe in Iforj), by ,FpriJi.iiuxwU I During the musical portion 0 <-|nbed property in I'.iadford Countv vuri-e, < u>tody of of children and! cflrmation "" IX TKCIIMCOLOKJune : : . . . . .

Sales & Service Florida, to-wit.: properly gifts lat,'r.l:1rk: 'i.>v > ..
| tile meeting Mrs. L. A. Canova in" The South half of the !Southwest .. [ This i I". thf-refore. to comm.uxl t.

/ 1I "tllIcpdlrs.. Don Parker, wh<: Quarter. Section. 25, Town... i Iron to file your written apiui..:",. A -.\ -
ship Seven (7)) Hang Twenty in laid ('ttiseon: or bfforth- pith! -
J 1 piesented the BUS Glee Club i J One ((21) East and also begin. day of fa195:?! and thi, 'ri..if'pr AL JENNINGSOF : Dollar-Sbetcher SALE
ning at the South West cnrneiof within 20 day. thereof. "ei -"anO..r'f' I I ,
Kaiser Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP pianist and vocal trio. who all woi 3 .
Ih..llhl'a"t Quarter of th a copv of Voter di-fen--- if ,
yl d superior rating in the Voca I Southwest Quarter of Sectiot I any. upon. S I. S.-ruppv. n.," "t'7. OKLAHOMA
( :ainp\'III. Florida A I C. f..r '
(2a TownehitS.'vsn ) 'rn.v
twenty-five o .lAl\.HRnCIIIHG DAYS !
Temple Ave. Ph. 32 Meet at the University 0 f (7) Kange Twenty-Out. the Plaintiff and immtiatc! 1 f'l.f !I'- !\ TK: IIMCOLOr: ,
Florida the original: of said defense- tv o i.d Sn? !
; on March 29. The Gle S (100) yards ThenceFLu.t ? office I'pon failure to do so, a ,1.- Storm
-- ....., flub sang "I Love Life" by Maria. one hundred ninety (190 I rrpe pro cnnfovMi will he enttnil t Also Serial and, Cartoon
Zucca and Victor Herbert's "Sweet yardThence South one hun. air:"i n"t you'imness
dred inoi yards, ThenceVes I toy hand and the *'.il "four
I hearts' Miss Mary Julia Futcl]II,, one hundred ninety ((1! 0) yard::s Circuit Court this l 11 das. .f I Sun., :Mon. Apr. 20 21 1 1I

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE played a piano solo "Andant,r, ta a place of beginning. also beginning -. April. I 1l5! !. .
I at the Southeast core (OFFICIAL SEAL> A. J Thorns.
I Cantabile by Beethoven and th leer of the Northwest Quart:r Clt-rk of the Circuit Court. I5nd-: I %WANT YOU
fon| i'.nntv. Florida
vocal trIO. Joan Tenly Benton of the Southwest Quarter Section .
i Patsy L I' twenty-five 25): Townshi]I II pv fvr')le'I' J''I\'r, P.ei e'." 'M-ik

i S ZENITHRADIO i| and Ahesc Lawson san;;g !Seven (7) Range Twrnty-Oti,. S* F. ScMiee- P 4) Box r 17 Hanndrt'n 't. DurofhId: mire
; ((21) Hast running North on I. i 'inn w illp. Florida.
Gershwms 1 Got Plenty of .Xotli l hundred (100) yard them-,e Attorn-v for Plaintiff I I' 1 I4 I- ', Cartoon and X f'n"

ing West sixty-five ((65 )'ardltht'ne. -
.. South one nil ml red yardI ? :>Olin: TO .\PI'P Sit
Dunng the social hour sam;I-I lOu) Them Kast Sixty-fiv e In Circuit.. ('''01''. nrnilfor Conntf Tues., Apr. 22 ONLY
i,1'1..1.1. I.. rfcwncerv.losftih1" .
(65) yards to a place of begin;
wiches. cookies .
and '
Iced .
l tea wer e' M Ml'-i.11I.'f v.-
andTelevision I served the members and thei i, nintf.iri Containing So acres more o r P.t.M: M i I, .i, I Ivf.,r.lant His Girl : .
4 guests less. Case \,. "ll') : Friday, '

And in the Hill of Complaint. it I s
Sales 1I 1 alleged that your names residenceand :"
i ad.lrt'ss.are Cary (rant. Rosalind Uus"cll
unknown. am
and Servicensnpsnpnnnnsnflnaeee 1j! Mrs. Flynn Hostess that there is no Known person 01 Ir Cartoon ami \e\\s
persons in the State of Florida th'serice '

At Weiner of process upon Whom I.
I Roast would personally bind you.Y..u Wed., Thur. Apr. 2t:{ 21 l 2 S
are therefore, to fillYe.ur
224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 j Mrs. George Flynn entertainedher written appearance at the office DOUBLE FEATURE
of the Clerk of the ('Irl'uif
FLORIDAnSSSSSSSeSStJSSSWSSSSSSSnflflfleeeflSSfl 10 year old group of Baptist '(ill rt of l-radford County, Florida
STARKE i Friday, May 23.: 1952 and you an EYE WITNESS
Sunday school boys at an Easter thereafter required to serve a cop; I
party and wiener roast on the of your answer or other defenses 01 Wit h Ioho'rt :Montgomery First Line Quality
Scruggs: (Carmichael Rates am .
i lawn of her home last Friday evening Lowry. whose address ,is Florid gJiti -And-

I 1.llIk: nnildinir. CainesMlle, Florida.
j itii.rnevs for Plaintiffs ax provlded RATON PASS Davis Safety Grip Tire

The outdoor table was covered by law, and to immediately fill.
the original of said answer or otheidefen ,r Morgan, I'atridaf'al:
with an Easter crepe paper cover ..es with the (Merk. of the Pit i Paid Pol Adv I Also Xeus Guaranteed

___ ___ and centered with a large bowl of cult Court in and for Hr.ulfon: i .
--------- m County, Florida( S. ----------- -
Easter eggs and candy. I Herein fail not. or a I>..cr-e Pr. . 18 Months 1 4.35
APATITMKXT FOR m'-iT-3-rooml1.1: FOR REXT: -Modern up to date t'eiife-ese, will be entered again-t r'"i I &AALAAAAAAAAALAA-AAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
n-retneil porch. furui>hed five-room cottage \\nli The boys enjoyed roasting wei-j I for failure to file your appeara'noor > f IF.d

Move, completely f ui iiiohrd. Lo- b"th.rooml1, big yard. Easy ners and playing during the ,' for failure to s"ra ,..py .
cated 421f:! Madisnn. Inquire at walking distance to ftoren, Ma> game your answer or other defenses to th PC.PC.. 60016 Slt. -. '**
I'hamWr of Cmninerre tf to Sept. ::0.: $tj; per month. Writ evening. Plaintiffs' Hill of Complaint and t. >
Pete C'allaghan Starke, Fl.i.Xtp. I immediately thereafter file your on j Clearance Worn out tires are dangerous Why take chance
von niJNT Attrailhe, clean apartment : 4 1 I stinal copv of your an-wer or difenses I Spring > when Gihirantii-d First Line Quality Sjf.-ty Gnp

*. clonf In. \VSCS To Elect i with the Clerk of the Cir > ('ost vou so little Come in get >uur today'New
small rottaite \" IIN.irahl.1"0': cult'.. Court In and for Iradf"r
at Ducky'*. or :Mr or ::111'l> vymvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvM.A "nty. Florida. ----
man. im W Midi..." "tirka tfATTRACTlVI ) Officers MondayThe The Ifradford County Telegraph K ,
TTRESSESOP a newspaper of general circuldtioi 1

: newly ,l..ne over furnished in Bradford ("OUllt)". Florida. i 10 *
apartment for rent. Grady ALL KINDS I Methodist WSCS will hold hereby designated as the newspup .. >

Apartments on Clark Street $40 RENOVATEDFURNITURE an election of officers at the business er (in which this notice will be publi.hed ::1 > a 1'S 1\
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Jr. once each week for four I..Msecutive

per Agent.month. A. J. Thomas.__tfVANTEDVotes i .. I and program meeting at 3:30: WITNESS: weeks.my hand and wil I o >. *p.
o'clock Monday afternoon in the DRESSES S E S *
the said
i Court this 16th day o a
for Hilly :Matth.waon t.ftEf : >
May 6. (1M. I'ol. Adv. J church.A (\\I'ril.-\ 1952.OF'Fl'l.L SKAI.l: A. J. Thorns' 3 P.>

furnishedapartment report of the recent annual Clerk of Said Circuit four't. / PC,
By Myrtle T. I>eaver. Deputy ClerkScruggs. ;:
beds, *
*. comfortable conference in Jacksonville will be '
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heater electrlr range Carmichael. Hates and I Up to $735 'S
Norge space p.PC.
tare! porch and lawn. $40-$4S. At Keupholstered and given by the delegate. Mrs. J. R. I.owrlIlIrnl') for the Plaintiffs ,
.:. Starke, take I I'. O. P.ox m. Gainesville Florida >
Tall St bridife Wainwright has charge of the .
Refinished ,
left graded road 1% miles to 4/18 4t 5'9 Values I PC'
house with siftn at gate. :\frR. program. >
Carl Wvnn, KrooVuMe AlltS. tfS1XOKR HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. I :\ orlei: OK .IIMM.ICITION rote I s p.
Machine Com.panr Box 7SO Palatka Fla. Hill ,... m/ :3XOTICK I *

Lake SEWING City. Fla.. Phone SSO.I t AAAAAjjAjAAAj444jIII.Ll. I Egg Hunt EnjoyedBy John Toplin: IS the HKKKBY holder of JIVKN.the following : tIeS t 3 NOW *P. GUARANtiED
machine In tiptop
will repair your r..a..n.hle.l W. Primary B'sThe certificates has filed said err-1 i p.
tifif,"its for a tax deed to be issue' f, PC. OutPERfORM
use only genuine Swcer parts WAXTKI)--Waitresses. X,-\vKllig thereon. The certificate number s > to
tlllr service oars will pick up and )>ley lieai'h. Al.o tintarJ Primary B. department of/I and year- of i-suauce. the descrip ,: *, cia"
delivery service upon riirat.New man, room and board. Gus Lan. j tion of the property, and the name II' 14' p. \ Iti H'

Singer on p5.'flfl5I.j4'machines' '.*'.are"*.. avallaUle Klngi-ley Reach. Starke. FlaWAXTEO I'hl: 'I the held Baptist an Easter church egg Sunday hunt in schoo'the i 1|I follows in which; it was assessed are a S 399 I ;; ( p.>p. Streamlined AflY ;"MO siBL.\ ,__

Certificate No R7 Year of Issu :
FOU Till: UUDG T-\II-iDED: : Pride : -Experienced ,iuto part,. City Park on Church street Saturday afire :May 31. 1950 I ,> ROTARY I
-100 KngravedVdnic invitations man must have A-l reference.- afternoon. I Inscription of Property: SS o f PC
on fine rag-content: paper and must be bondable ruu.ualopportunity :\\\' % of SE', of :NK\4 Sectir.n (I.
... lv J1S.S5. P.radford County for man uho ,.. \\ ilI- After the egg hunt games were j Township 7 South Range 22 East.. I I, >> POWER MOWER
ing to work. Reply l.ox S23-H.: ; I containing 5 .
Telegraph. acres more or les- Sizes9-32 '
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llradford (Count Telrcraph llclit; played and prizes won by Carolyn \ Name in which ass'-ssed l.ydii:1 >, 6H.P.
KUYVL GAS REFKlGKUATOnjil 1 I. Pellum and Billy Mathews. TWt'n.tyfj"e i i Collins. ,I. I > 189.50
>gularly prloed at $::3'1.I:.. rricrU FOR In: Furnished 4-room ,.ot'l j (If more than one certificate, fol p. WIZARD
to sell at $17!I !IS You ean'ttrat ,i tage. Very nice \Isu -rouI.' un- I youngsters enjoyed the af. !I low. sieve order for each additiona ii. PC, 1 10950
Gas ('0 furni he,l ..rUril'a .
this one Slide > house 2 blocks from fair. tt' ) cycle Super Twin"FrictionFree"
courthouse., :Mrs K J. Howling. ., All of. said property "..inl: in thi,S .. PC, '
RADIOS REPAIRED $r., 537 \\ ..,,1'a 11 f5:t.. across (nun Teachers for the group. who as- Count) of I-radford. State .if Florida' .i1 LadiesFLANNEL k engineNew
American Legion Phone. 113-J 1 1I t'iei'osu<-h tertiflidtr or ,'ertlfl-I I > roller bearings -
1I.L.... AH M..dUunalile I 11<'1\1 1 sited in the entertainment were > at..,. shall be redeemed accordmit. e"J1 > it ill vital points. Flash
I :
.. charte- rnaranteedms. Mrs. Jesse Newsome. Mrs. Wilbur law the property den,'ril.ed ii M > safety features Eaiy to 20
fq ing speed up mphto
r. oiiV.riiK.nn I'Tn.1 rt'AXTEDTO\ RUY-Small farm with I -u< h < rtifK.it-, "r i -rtifii' : ate wil I II. level of
r.ll M. StarUe' Ph. :1t hou e near Starke. large areas over Troll is low is 1 m p.h Ingrown -
W. I Childress Rt. 3. UalO"\ iiII' Fla I -urt h..use di'oi' .n the first :Mnn --it : > crass and weeds or itant. one pull flirts every
livetMk Itthg Maxie Tarter. dam month nf June give perfectly smooth cut Z5SS6S
I.FT J. 1' OfHlM: handle your I 113:!. wheel time.
Sale I.Ue Oak each Wedneoday > on any lawn. Adjustable.
Sale Palatka each Thur-1' I I ItOl' f: FOR RENT 5 rooms and I TOPPERS < wheels. UIZzt EASY TERMS
trSTHAWIXKHP.Y hath newly painted inside on i p.
I' East 10th St. $13 per month Se.- >
VUVXTS-April lbest Nick at the fruit stand next doorItp *
month to plant Northern I .. ... p.

ttrown where. utrawWrry Missl"'nar! plants$10.3a any per I I FOR S.\1.I--I. :2 or 3 acres with TAXES ; $-J)5 Values ,,#r- ** Base"

1000( ; $:'.70 per 500. Get some from good deep well about I ml. south I 4 /1' > \$

Hr. .A PUnt. X. Brown.City and Experiment try a huntirtt1each Station. I of Keystone.Starke on Half llluav ten.ible IAO toward half provided by Chapter :2"7i! .\. t- ..f l'<41. Notice is hereby *I\.nlha t4 I NOW f; p. Equip/ raent

of the following: Ked <"rr>p timber Dale :Mitchell. Rt. 1, Rox tangible personal property taxes assessed for year 1J51 are now ilelin-.4 :
and Tennem.ee Shipper at U n''! 15.: Star).... :tIt> 5 i quent and beginning: April 1st !oil' h taxes are drawing interest of on'-4 r:43 S p. af
100 My prices Include prepaid -, per cent per month plus the proportionate! cost of publishing this notic'l \ I
per parcel post. Right now I ]FOR S\LE-tiood gas rfi i :..rat..r. I I'nless' the amounts* set opposite e.' h n.ini ,...1.\\. ".... ,M -fore Th ci 99 PC Sayffgst;
want to hip you make money ] stove andvater. ".."I..r All firM day of May 185!. warrants will ',, u.- thereon directing! levy up.,flu P.I
three i'nly $10. or will veil -"1"1'- of the tangible personal of the I %
Maybe later we will both make i isome. and seizure pr.-p.-rtv taxpayer for unpmMX <'iit p.
Arthur Pummett. 511 S. L.. atelv i:. J. .,,".'.riff. \ ..ur 4: r ?*. penalties taxpayers! and the amount of taxes including the i"' .4 3 -.. -i p.

4th Ave Delray P.each. Fla j j5iEJi2 Dealer I'hon.3.. tf of advertising and the first month penalty are as follows: 4.4 0 PC PC.,

|, :MAID: Wanted steadv work school Di-trlct >... 1 frallf':1u..an: B. I' o'Ii \ l' p. "Revelation"
FOU AI.J.1 ft I'I)'Wo.bnat ] ti. .!",.1! Motel See Mr-. !'Soholl any Alvarez Gen II $lt 6" Dixie Grill ii' 1 < Yfj p.
with live bait- well Also trailer. murning .tt El Rancho Motel Alvarez 3.V 5 41 Harris Sehellarton ; n, 4 I Nylon CASTING

PhoneV:! Farm, Home & |. lt. hc ,''Parn.1...'( 1. M O. F. n 1 t ii
\U-I ,. Hard braided. 12
1057Cummmps. 4 p.
Crosby. Ii R Jordan. J. W. 1'1.1 5Oyd.t.
to SupplyFOR FOR REXT-:!- 't\rolm furni lh.4house. Alx I.4fi Little\ OH. :! .t ci PC, lb. test Two 50 GET READY NOW

SAI.K-.IVed Ilt'tr'it Jewell \ all modern ronn'nlE'n..sIn'lulfl' Crawford. P. t. *.89! Mag-nolia Fish :MirketPrevail. : '1:. 4 p. yd. spools m pla
William! Silcox. I L... ml 11084 Lester table ton gas ran :t'. Phone Hop SOKI Farm 6 fi tic case.
.'a m. Home & Auto 8 llpl)'. SJ.It out on Old Rlanling: road Johns. AP.. 5.<1.tirman. Starling-.Joe S. in v 98 For Baseball Season
I, 2tp 4 !5OTIeF \ :Mary 2! M Starke Bedding Co !t; ct
Rosier; Paul 5.77 Tucker. H E. 45 7 I
TTAGEs-"e the new \ Thomas. F.. M J.20 : Williams, Joe 19.1
model at Keystone traffic lUht. :MR CHESTER COTTER of Meroedes Tyson. Wm. Jr 15.7J: I *chnol DUtrlct >.. ISi ROBBIN'S
l.ow (cost build It yourself. Key. Texas will sell 100/ hull at School DUtrlrlo.. S i P-arry. L. W. 190\ :
stone Heights. M1. itp 4/:5 J. D. Odom's Livestock Palace in Ann Pakery SS.1! E. W. jo :; 5I
Live Oak WednesdayApril 23 Anderson J. U 15.40 Lewis. K. M. 2 ; I AUTa(}
FOR n"XT-Onl' four and one SANTA rsERTRfnrS; P.RAX- Anderson. A. W. 404 Padeett. I.. C.Thom4 15 jJO ASSO. STOREHome
room house. *1S ,r.a $!5 per CSVS RR MIMA HKREFORPSCHARI1IS Blue Bird C.rlll 3055 J. W. <(04I
rath electricity running fh.t.l ...:. ANGUS. Everyone Coney Island Shop !6.6 Ward. Philip 4 ; >

and garden space. L. B. Invited\ It1,,1 Cooper. Clarence 19.19.. J. R KELLY "The Store of Values'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT PC' Owned and Operated J. F. JaudonW.
Rt. 1. Dot S04 Starke._tip r "i Crawford. Zary 34 34 Tax Collector .4 PC'
____ W.\XTED-Graduate nurse or licensed Charles, fins: 3*.1! radford County .4 p.

J'onU -I. rjre I. H electric practical\ nurse part time !I I nnwllnll' Brothers 3<.1! Florida. 4 __ p. Call St. starke Fla
range. PhoneJ.. Farm, Home duty. Apply 301 W.CallSt Diggs,, John 5.55 1: .
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