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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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new record of 1,503 ballots were cast Tuesday' the Toll worker A. J. Fender uses a loner stick to Seeing the job "well .fone." intercsti-il spectators crowd J \11

populous North Starke prt"cindbtre 1,923 voters are pack down the bulky ballots to make room for around the tabulating table in North Mark precinct Tuesday (.K\r LOVi lift( ) H\X .\. n\in\ (ahtp right

more in the round black box.t: left Clerk Ivy nisht. The counting process was about elected TaIssessor independent
finally completed grm-ruuan,
registered. Crowd, such as that pictured bono, throngedthis << who 1111
Norman |> M-en stringing !stubs' from ballots North 11 o'clock Wednesday morning Arrows at upper left and Tut-s Lib) one of thrtarget take over the ductsof (1-rj of
in the courthouse all day long. Inspector
place
tiling :Starke was the only precinct where two shifts of upper right point to :Sheriff .'. 1) Reddish and Tav .Vsst.....,,relett majorities( eerrnonleil the Circuit 'ourt next J.imnir. i
L L. Renfroe is seen standing in front of the ballot boat: workers were used. The second shift counted the Gene Long. in llradfnrt1;

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Single 'In.It.- of the Juvenile'ourt .tll"'

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VOLUME -SEVENTY-THREE STARKE- FLO.RID.I'ltIu.Y.- :MAY 9.- 19.12 :M MISEK lOKTY-THIlr.r
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Use Of Racing Funds For Hospital COUNTY VOTE BY !PRECINCTS t Sheriff Reddish, Rep. Doyle Conner McCarty, Russell Leading In State I


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... t .= 7 ..::.:. "" Defeat J ;. .\; ,I C' ,11.ty! ti\. '''>nii ; .'I I '. ,
Overwhelmingly Approved At Polls e: = :; I ;. Opponents By Nice Margin .iIJ'.1[
e. 'f.- t: :. 7 \\'lIIn"1 i r- in st!.,iti'VMdrue! | mmt Mi-Car: :
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The most popular candidate in Tuesday's First Primary 7. :;; :- "d.'s t the
; !- <> favorable '
Three lIIar only
election was a public hospital for Bradford County. 1 I l I 1 l t l J l l l l = nt-u( fact Mill In- Seen in major courthouse offices;; racked Senator Richard some I 17 ''MM.)

.. .o ..._ _'.f. come next January as a result of Tuesday's! ; first primary bal- up by majority o\.i 1 .t t !
Cm the quesuor. 01 selling n.vca Russell for President, and
loting when some 3.800 electors went to the polls to set a : in Tui i
portion of the county's race ; McCarty for Governor. Returns from i lci'I I .
I'RES11)EN1'I new high record in Bradford Those
County.
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track maintenance funds for the of public constructionand hospital Compton 22 32 11 2 1 1 2 5 2 78 more than SO per cent of the 4.G5G registered voters in. Russell received three to ', ptt ... ls t. i I" "

Kefau\.r lIt 250 235 6 38 19 8 20 21 7URusell this countv. over Senator Kefauver in Odh.im _: '
the vote was a rousing 279yes" County ((2166 to 741). "In j i 116.707. Hind r '. 1 < ,
2-15 861 483 47 US 61 51 183 81 2166 Incumbent Sheriff P. D. Reddish
to 507 "no". Every precinct wide Russell 6042.
voting
Shaw 25 30 15 2 t 2 3 4 85 and incumbent State Representative 1 I was 63.
oted heavily in. favor of the hospital will almost four to one over hi? ; votes ahead of Kefauver at late-reporting p'| .
l'. S. :-t\TI': !' Doyle E. Conner wen
issue i I running mate T. J. Alderman. The
j ru count in the preferential ballots ih.iiu.-!
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I ) Gaston 73; 182 99 4 33 1 8 21 56 493 returned to office by a comfortable .
Considerable last-minute! interest I count was: Long 2754. Alderman Delegates to the National (' it will be MM >.11 \ .
Holland 296 930 602 n 111 7119 156 101 2100 margin over their opponents. 717 (I!
the tion will be elected the Second Piimir\
was injected into special Reddish of on May 27. t|
racked a score
election when a ('OXGlassAndrt.'ws up Mrs Marian Crosby wept every for St.tti nn: l
hospital anonymous Bradford voters <
2.242 to lead l in were I I
mimeographed handbills were distributed 125 412 202 ::0 fiG 19 U 46 41 9)1; every precinctover precinct to score an imposing win partial to Dan McCarty. wins over thiM I, II[ip"
his opponent, T. C. Crawford
Green 323 938 606 33 162 61 50, 112 62 23i1Iatthews 1 overV.. M. Edwards for the office
at the final political rally i \ i, candidate for Governor last'h)I were Richard MI.i
with total of 1,403. Reddish?
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in Starke last week charging that ::7: 6G( 45 6 It IS 2 ,19 15 249 of Supervisor of Registration. The ; him a handsome majority over I\t Commission n h
of 839 voteswa
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margin win '
a favorable vote or. this issue :( 304 305A i Witt S 12 1 1 1 1 30 I j considerably! larger than the eight count was: Crosby 2332, Edward !I three opponents. McCarty's i' State Supreme <<< '''w'

would threaten the future of :; I SLI'RFMF: | votes that decided the contest betwecn 970. j I here was 2093 to Odham's 812 Bailey for Stit: Sup.

Bradford County schools. Spokesmen 'j fin', h fight, \\ith no holI"l (0 CRT ,I these four Of the two County Commissioner I Adams' 490. I I of Public In-tnm t t I t."
same two men :
for the schools later denK1)) barred, seems in the offing for Lewis 120 352 2:8 11 56 16 18 U 25 S77 Yf'u's raceon the ticket one was deculed. i 1 Some ob>erverexpressed Mayo, whutn.n
official the of Commissioner ago.f' and one will go into the i on the ticket althon '
that these handbills had anv \! post County
Roberts 180 591 325 23 Sg 38 22 91 61 1430GOVJRNR p. Connernecessity defended prise over Odham's show
backing from the schools. I j District 3 (South Starke) I I Second Primary runoff. .I j i withdrew bitoneh

advocates quickly rallied j wtv're incumbent IliVIUoii\ I ,I hip record on old age a" In District Five (Brooker. NewRiver strength here since the young |' U. S Senator Spe{ ,:,;au'
Hospital Adams 70 168 11-1 11 53 9 15 :5: 15 490.. sistppce against attacks by hifTiponent. ford business man had no I I .
and came forth with a widely I and II. A. Bishop Jr. till test i i incumbent M. O. Harrell II also an iasVUIHH"
i I Hendrix 2 11.7 2 3 1 26 I IIII i ex-Representative Jake had made
organization no .
distributed signed handbill charging their strength in a second primary II i who is chairman of the Board, defeated &. I(, County \ ,IiI
% that certain interests Ir. the runoff Their May f III MtCarty 2i6 806 50t fi.t 113 56 40 162 S1 2098 Il'!j I roberts' and emerged winner his opponent Russell Greer es in this county, and. as far ]I may be 11.,11111',1, "

rWf'J"tI. us.mr the schools a? 1K'0re'iItOo 305 Bishop 304 Odha 120 3:9 21)3 6:0, : 9 30 1 .fl1.2 !! bv 5.ife margin of 553: carrying by a score of 206, to 111. I I known, had not even paused I this page.

a "Smokescreen" behind which tc \ : Spen"T 4 9 S Z', 1 1 S 28 pverNf precinct l'xu'.l Gnfiiari-' t In District Three (South Starke i isu-i' /:t neif to -hake; a I I D. Barke- led I \1:1:<
(Roberts' birthplace) and New 1 His i Impressive vote in this .
:STATE for Demo :\
on their longtime fight I the voters will choose on May 27 i t tu
carry RiverThe count was: Conner is generally attributed to his
against a hospital. A statementby I RUNOFF 1l'I'T. between incumbent Ira Wilson .. and1'\ -
': 2031. Roberts 14 SI. and television appearances .
the opposition that a hospital!' t Bailey 2:0 837 5r30: 103 41 16 121 7-1 2015 and II A Bishop Jr. Tue daY'f (mciimhi'nt '
T. A. Yawn young Starke at pmpllei| him nun second place .
would require a $$00.000 bond! Van Dust'n 67 IH 80 3 25 12 4 21 20 373 cant waWilson: 305, Bishor | .1N.itinr.: t r: <
torney emerged victorious more the ( lou'tpui-hp rare" in the
issue \in. Bradford County was refuted FOR CONGRESSAt It, IL nnm.Dansby incumbent 304. and J. Maunci- Edwards Jr lCalmlII i!
than two to one over
by the hospital advocatorwho 74 194 12S 1 10 21 2 9 21 523 I E K. Perryman. 260. "
pointed out that a Federal County.ludge Another runoff i is slated for Mir ....1j,.,
Ferguson 61 151 81 4 15 5 6 12. 18 356 who has held the office since 1933. #"- --w .

prant of 65 per cent of the construction noon Thursday the wire sere Mack 198 6G3 t91 Xl 83 39 36 101 43 1619 The vote was: Yawn 2034, Perry- 27 Justice of Peace District On.Lawtev. > ..
cost is assured! thui;i ices gave the following of ( N. Starke. S Stark i '
report Streets 6 30 15 1 3 1 1 4 6 67 man 1130.
making even a half million dollar j votes from 179 out of 202, precinct? STATE HF:!'. In the three races where incumbents between J. L. Silcox and D n
hospital cost the county around in the
Eighth Congressional District Thomas contestant- Constable
i Conner 292 799 505; 18 119 G5 27 119 90 203-1 were pot asking for reelection
$l1 .OOO. I IG. I : elect The count in this four-man rn': .
Roberts 193 600 104 51 111 26 3S 117 3-1 Ug1I Chas A. Darby was
Andrews- 7.792 Circuit Tuesday was: Milton Cartel :2 1I6
I ("0. Jl'la: I'd Clerk of the Court;
O. P. FLASH : Green18,903Matthews15,188 Tax Assessor, and Mrs J. S. Eunice 31i, Silcox! i II-! "a'
Pt'rryman 160t 6 238 25 n Gene Long
; 30I 63 GO 1130 of Thomas 801.A ,
!South Starke U apparentlyBradford I Witt -1.894 i Yawn 321 931 600 t3 1M 62 61 166 63 2403 Marian Crosby Supervisor
photo-finish ,1..n'I"I'-(1( n
Registration.In
Count '*. Republican ('LEIK ("OnT
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On the basis of these figures e the Clerk's race Darby received race for Justice of Peace. DIM:: r: !l' t tOn

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Sht.h {IXT vent of the entire between Lex Green of Starke ant' Hardy 278 525 2$3 16 100 2t 42 158 46 1414i1lrmFl' running mate Charles hardy three-vote margin over his i I un i

Republicanoie cast InTuesila's D. R. < Billy I Matthews of Gainesville .I I :- : Darby whose total was 2080 nin mat( Alex L. Barnes Ti.I ) .

election in Bradford ', for Congress from the new Crawford li6 582 3t6 20 9S 40 30 ij;, 36 1403 carried every precinct except I I tally was: Hodges 914. Barnes f 911Thro I 1
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County was recorded in
I Eighth District Reddish 338 S70 497 49 139 62 36 11;:: 88 2242 LavteJird Brookcr i Hardy'; member- of the Srh'1l
that on.pn'hut.. j jIVrt
TXSstism jorl\lt'l h"1I1" Hnd\ ''lln11.1' 1lrd l! lId n..t t 11.1'. i ai!.%' "l\p, >:: ."iit
1.4'll'h'J..t'r swept the i i The last legislature passed! a .
I .\ :: : 1 1171) .rl'! d ." I' ''I 1''
countfive to one over his op- |j special act providing that all racetrack ,,
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Alderman 66 278 177 I Ii' !C!vlI T t -
12 S3 20 17 41 20 717 r
|nrnt., Marry S. :Swan for the I funds received by Bradford I,..I ,., ,",,, '. \, I '. tl ,
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Republican nomination for Long 410 1085 6..S 5& 151 70 46 1"'" 9".I; "I'|HJ 11
County in excels of SSO.OOrt an
sl'l'tIUStm: .}
ef''l'rnOrd.l"r got fmotos | luilly: be placed in a funu for -'- -

nn,I Swann got one. Klmore !*. future construction and maintenan ItFih.: J BROOKER MARKET IS DEDICATED

Kltunilleria the forgotten I '; e of a public hospital! here. : Crosby 2iS S66 600 47 16.61 4.. 171 1 1 .., i

manlie drew a blank. : The law provided fur a leferemlum Edwards H9 434 216 17 41! 16 1" :,11' :! : ;>> ator ( 'hull"! 1": 1"1, ) __ Y rft iJ1Ji

Tour Republicansotil in however and it was thi. question ('0, CO.'I, tree Dnl.F I t""I.' '

!South Starke and one each inIjiwtey that: the voters approved TuesdaThe y JI-iT.: 3 """, "n Supeiintndrrt I L !f.I f.

and North Starke. The iKKpiialfund already haf Bishop 287 1 ; II" .,Iso spoke hi ii\j \ ':;

(th-r 67 reglsteml Republicans $20o.)0 in it. sinc<' Bradford Countsince > Edwards 257 ,: 11)11I ;' i Hamilton. 1'1'1111',. :1'
in this county dtfideil{ it wasn't la-t has recei\ei'''I .
January Wilson 300 ..- ,.. grower, -rvd as .chiiinrrangemont
worth the trouble. It wasn't.ri s
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SlOOOOd in tic.ttack Minds ('0, ('(HI.'liST for the fish '
*> Republican( hallot was Another $10000 will '- ihl\ bfro'thc.immg
pt I ','
:i .. An f-tmated crowd of more
printed tin blue, A most appropriate 1tht' final rat-.: f ,,
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"h.iii 1.000
Green | x>plc were serwet''r.cd :
4:: hI I I
color rack due few wi-'k-*. L
payment ir a '
Harrell : 1 fish. t i hpuppii-s and drink-
2n. 17 I : _'"+ e
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('ON: ST.IIST 1 '? lining: at 5 o'do'k Cln-p t.

r Conway Wins BHS Election ) tu'artt i i "..in ( oca-C ilas were: ( ..ifihirst :. > ) -- -

e .. crowd Ly
'r 12 127 6t :: .j' 1 -
i .L'.thrr! it was a h,;: 'i! i ; >r
a Eunice 123 112 83 I', .1 ---- -- -iii-----1:
Hi (ikerommun t\ .d
+..w1ri41 S: 0) lIS 6t& 380 ::., ,u L \; Hewl-'tt S .\n.l--\

te'l1>. Thoma, 255: 3re 218 26 +I'l i 1 '
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... ,'. 'i.any congratfU'i'.r: .11
or- .I1'.T. I'I-\n: i -1of the c\ nr

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Barnes 131 510 272 25 t'41 }:' 'n' nay last Satun! r.' :,""r

Hodges 210 HI 257 30 Uti t r' ", !hon farmor "f 'hi* -'".

:\.\TI. a t. ... re hosts a' ,i n.itn.TJ"th

'\. t Coll. I.\X K .M. Ii>\ille. manager of thl'1 ; relebrating: th' < ;!1'I'r.ng. of 1 it'w '

L '. r B31'kt'r 55 1S5 125 3 2t 11 1012 lMioxlges ..7:; new Brooker :Market. studit-s Bail N. '!1'1\' Brooker State F"rrL"r" .

i 1 ... } report 11!I'itketfif -
70 132" 131 12 31 12 10 20 1713:1 '
t L '-t-nt for the orrar' : '.'.'P"-, \
Phillips 32
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32
1 9! 2 3 6 9 162Swei
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F b, ..'-- :tzel t 191 13 .t 1 213 Bowling/ Tourney (Commissioner of Agrifil'iinNi; i \ \
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oar Mayo. Wm L \11.r.f\ fl'r.
\\'hitakt.'r 51 25 161 8 21 ,-. j 19 26 326
tor. and Ralph B. Alvarez ,f'--
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F, Closes Tonightr. 1 (
\.i., tam director of State v/tr'ff'-
( ()31. tO)1.Atforti .
/ In hH dedication -p.- *", :.' "
\ [ t-; ; tiV. lSS 525 3.11 211
1 73 33 22 77 54 1343 .
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Iumrl '\:> Cold; bowling: tourr. Mayo pointed out th I B.1lfe i 47 200 121 4 14 6 16 11 18 43i will '
r '; amcnt come to a close tonight County is the mileIFnday ; _
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tF ( ) at Strickland' Landing Florida that can boa ,

'> Pnr: $ 1 DEN ': -. 1I0SI'IT\L with the Lab Team a sure winner two State Farmers Mark }f-
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.,' .,> I. \ Yes .03 1J36 701 59 190 j7 30 l1g S4 2193Xo with an average of .774 to date. predicted that th*- IW.1 rt : r, .

'.. -. -; 31 193 lOS 10 2t i 25 91 12 507 I Best individual scores to date will thrive and serve a worth f. !'. t' .J J
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,-f .'" ... < .', -' --- are: best individual average, Bob purpose in. supplying market.r.L'
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Sharnor 146: best individual game facilities for growers )in the rn' r hETO PHOTOdlt( vrilS

-.Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Trlegraph Hospital Patients Buys ThoroughbredB Joe McGee 209: best three-gaTue Brook Worthington leCro;s' Top: Tart of the hue crowd that attended the opening ..f tinHrooker nra

total, Glenn Wade 527; highest area.
Tuesday was Election Day at Bradford High School also. Her t Adir.irsion at Doctors Clinic T Thoma.- ha.- purchased I average number of spares, Gerald market.

('0\\8)' (u\ campaign ear), successful candidate for IreUlent Ol. Hospital thi week included Mildred Dumpy Manso II. full brother of Crawford 3.60. TIIAXKs. (HlIrnnRunnerup : 1 Center: Commissioner Mayo (sond from right) ngratuiite''

Student Council, receives congratulations from his campaign managerBilly t Davis. Mrs. Morris Carter. Blue Boy, the registered Brahma team i* Dry Mill with Don't blame the candidates if.. Ia'ornderwJ on the success of the dedication program. K\erett:

Hood (right) and Tom Slade, who managed/ a losing candidateThe '. Mrs. L. D. Green (broken arm bull that was sold two years age 5S9. you fail to find their usual "Cardc :' Gainey (left) represent the growers who were inntrumental tne.t.a.bli"hing

\otfl8.t: Conway 250, Johnny Kopelousos 135. *rJ Ceih.iv r i'-r*. C. H. Davis, and Mrs. Lucia by Mrs. Don Dot-son for 1000. The winning team will receive e of Thanks" in this issue. Due tc the market" 1)jJ'f'.tor Wilson (right) Ls a pleavd onlooker

99. Frederick Conway Ken's brother, was elected Council VKe 1'retdent l iThomas. all of Starke, and Mrs I Mr.son's Thomas registered also bought the horse Dot cash prize of $50. while individual the rush cf last minute (electron I I bottom: Charming Brooker and New Riser ladies cook hushpupplesaround

by a vote of 28 to 201 over Edwin: Prevatt. JoAnn Smith! ..'.."t Wanda Sapp ,iob>teticali Law quarter wmrers will recieve 55 in each news these usual thank will be a filing cauldron. Left to right: Cleo Andrews, Mara \\ I;';
tey mare.
out 324 to 210 o\er Mary Sue Epperson for IVuncil S '(Ttar\ classification. held.tr and run In our next issue gins, lIma Hajiulton :Mary Ella Andrews, and Romona Jlan ltolLYonge






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PAGE TWO __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE,
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rTTTTTTTTTTT 'ill"'Islted Mrs. Cephus Harrell I band of
County Telegraph Wand Mr and Mrs. Wade Harrell!. Mississippi guerilla in the closing West days of the of career- of <*lf-bacrifice comes to i,a''' Homemakers Club and Horn I :>.,''U".- :._ i I'
-urprisms and
BROOKERMrs. : warmly dramati f. making clas.-es at BUS have
I Sunday the Civil War. With hOped for a climax is developed in the appealFuture bt''r.1 j AI\liif Reddishanr.e F' ,
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR Mr and Mrs. Emory Hazen ofPI.W Confederate victory fading Quan t" ing' film working, >r the past si\ week. j(1( H'.s< c I'
':\ in 'Id-M-hutned fln\\- uirior.
F. J. LewisUAAAIWAAAAA4A :
City and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff trell turned to a bloody campaign i A. '
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Published Every rnaay and Entered as Second 1AAAA11 Hazen of Center Hill attended 1 of personal conquest.
tTT i I Homemakers i.nee eionoiuKr::. .'.. '1i.! IIi: I t' .. -
Matter at the Post Ofth'e i at Starke. Ha. Mr Church --ervices held at the Primi- How Ladd as a calvalry
k and Mr.J
class : L Gill oi Ocala captain .
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!I i : "'t!1:1': b'lil.l.n' !:! ,; 'II.-n ;: :
tive Baptist Church at New Beautify Grounds |
Hope
were finally turns against the
suppfi guest.ot Mr. andIro. ,
Sunday > "'i <-i' Ii. :t-! '. tu:,I..! t I ,
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1952 N. G. Heath. and daughter I power-mad general woos and win- j.
Member III I Saturday night. Sunday guests'' Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman:| Miss Scott and puts the clincher Some 'i '''lIb''I'! .: :'1 u i F.' :' I'.h. ;1".i: ';h i r. F..I" '"d : d,' :

of the Heatho were Mr. and Mrs'; Mrs. Tim :Mann and Mrs. Roy:1 on Quantrell and his uniformed I II J -
ggfl *'-M For Six Months J. H. Milling of LaCro:- e. Green were in Gainesville shopping I I killers in exciting film fare. .-- ---
jubM-ription $2.Annually Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis andhi.'Jidt Saturday. i The vivid New Mexico sceneryl l'

( : visited III '.V-'ar Keys Mis+ Jackie Green visited her sets an eye-filling background for WEEK END MONEY SAVERS!
Now For The Second Go Round SunJav. grandmother, Mrs. G. E. McCauley:; the swiftly paced drama of vi<>

Mrs. Brooks. Pei-ryman IndIii.. of Palatka recently. 1 tense and.vengeance in a troubled:! .
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With the tumult and shouting over for a few weeks, ': I. C. Bennett of Gaine-vlleille were':' Carl) Ward and Mrs. MamtcClemmons era """ \ '-' ;
guests of Mr. and Mrs J. R. Mott'
at least- we can settle down and put our minds on somethingfor of Jacksonville spent '
a while besides politic As usual, there were some disappointments Saturday afternoon. I Saturday night with Mrs. Rosa Jane Wyman Stars '
surprises when the tedious task of \\Vekend guests of Mr and Mrs.E Pinholster.Mr .
and some In The Blue Veil'Coming .
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J. Lewis Malcolm and
counting the vote was finished in the early morning hours| ;were i >. Guy Harrell and daughter, =--
of Wednesday. But again, as usual, most candidates took Allen Lewis and Mrs. Ernestiwt, Mrs. P. O. Hayes and '-Ir-. Stella To Park
Edwards of Parish Mr and Mr '
their victories and defeats in the spirit that should prevail, :Mae Wilson of Gainesville attended ip
R K Dukes The tciuaikablft of
and children ofDukes <> iwoman's
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such If a man is not prepared to the funeral of J C. Morganat
in a free country as our Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis devotion itold in "The
enter politics in the fiat place.] Perry Sunday afternoon.
accept defeat he should never and children of Plant Blue: Veil" which opens Sunday at
Likewise, he should be big enough to accept victory without Annie Lewis of J'y- Cit1f'j: .' Mr. and Mrs. Willard Rabon of the Park Theatre with an all-star fiORtf
letting it go to his head and distort his better judgment. Carrie Ingram of Starkp. I St.. Petersburg spent the weekend!, cast including Jane Wyman
with Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell
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is not who or who lost, i, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Coleman of Charles Laughton Joan Blond..n.Richard
The encouraging thing to us won and Mrs Dmilah Harrell We aW t
but the number of people who voted. Records throughout the'state Gainesville were guests of Mr. and sorry t.. report Mr-. Beulah Har- Carlson and AUdr.y Tot (Quantity Rights Rivcr% ed.
of Florida were broken, and long lines at most ]polling i Mrs. L. L Parker Sunday. I I n-11 confined to the Alachua, ter.The plot revolves around .1 1'ru-t's (,und) Thru s t It.( s 0TCTTOTTTRTTRTTETTCTTTTTTITOT"N"TTTTTTTI
of age' Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Russ and County Hospital. Galnl' nil: *'. '
demonstrated the alert interest of voters every .
places Lucian Stokes of Apopka visited I t i World War I widow who lose her "Tr""ThiTV: \ ; : fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
and rank. I I Mr. and Mrs N. G. Stokes Sunday. !!'baby at birth and leaves the ho-pi Handbill "Donald
I 'Red '
Mountain'
One of the most outstanding surprises \\'aSenator Mr. and Mr.. Fred Clark of tal facing the problem of earning Duck" Superfresh Mayonnaise is ad-
Kefauver's show of strength in the Presidential preferential Lake City were 'recent gut Of;I Starring Alan Ladd, her own living She becomenursemaid i vertised for 19c
to a motherless per quart Should have
observers had predicted a landslide for Senator Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark. \oiirt
\'oting.Iost Coming To Florida 'I 1
ster and much to her
Russell of Georgia who had the almost unanimous l backing of. Mrs. Jeanie Duncan of Apopkavisited real happiness in being surpl'l"fllld .oi r PLEASE been 49c Per Quart We trust you will

Florida officialdom, with the exception of ex-Senator Claude her sister. Mrs. Calvin "Red Mountain"hirh will be service to the children of other bear with us in this error.

Pepper. Whether Kefauver gained his strength on his own John on last week. I! showing at the Florida Theatre As the year i !:'" by she takes _..... -- _.1 .
personal appeal or whether it is an indication of the: latent MiOde.sa Hall of Jacksonville this Sunday and :Monday: co-stars Item 10.Swift's
i one young: ( i"::" moth- rand
Pepper strength has yet to be determined. At any rate. the visited Mr. and l\lts E. J. Lewis, Alan Ladd and Lizabeth Scott devotes h- -. !: .': ely! t ttach tv t. Famous ShorteningSwift'ning
there The story traces the last and most ,
that
notice Russell supporters
Kefauver vote serves on Saturday nightMr. ; I ou1'i .
violent in \ ; : .lernn.:
will be a battle royal for delegates to the National Conventionwho episode the notorioureareer ''' ,
and ,
MiHnm .
-> Baxter of General Quantrell. rl' n "> t! in i-i. : i : man.uil .
will be elected in the Second Primary. :.tml dau;;hi>'i. J I"ail\\ ..t'.tI i J.t'k.OIl"IAIICJCDI !' :" 'tI''I". 1, "I'(!I" ; ,ti h., led 1'J.pgl...! :1.i i mat,;. }I1 I. ,_: i.fVl.m.; LB.CAN
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A surprise} to many was the strength shown by IJrailey 3

Odham. who was largely discounted in the Governorship race I ,\
up until two or three weeks ago. It was known that Odham :

was skyrocketing in popularity as a result of his talkathons -- 9 "'... ..
and television appearances, but it was impossible to estimate ( Ilf 6aalil;kJ /hi 1
ASTOR Vac
or evaluate just what total effect these novel campaign Packed No Rinse

tactic were having.It .

all goes to show that the old adage "I>on't count your /4e J :' that make women COfFEE TIDELb.
chickens before they're hatched" is nowhere more true t thanit i

is in politics.

With the First Primary out of the way, those who weathered Lb. Can 79C Package
271f2CDonald
the "elimination" will have to concentrate their effortson I kav4omgibshopat;
getting out the vote for the Second Primary on :May 27.

With few contests remaining undecided, there will be a gen- -

eral let-up in interest, but there is no good in leaving a job : Duck
half done. It is as much a duty and privilege to vote in the' Home Donald Duck

Second Primary as it was in the First.ALVAREZ' I Gay'sI Appliances

:I I MAYONNAISE P NUT BUTTERQuart

I I STORE Men's nEstablishedluth189a II IIAg. IMI vCN91

Jar 72 Oz. Glass

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4 As a Matter of Fact. CMOOP'f> REFRIGERATOR PEAS No.Can 302 11'/2 C



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magazine columns I read, the onesI that smells like a violet?" Star-Kist Light Meat Hormel's Lunch MeatSPAM
enjoy must those that ina
are pack From
where I .it, ma>l he I'm a
whole lot of farts-unrelated kind of "
"Johnnyone-note. fly I own ,
facts but each one an interestingbit columns TUNANo.2
always seem to revolve
of information in itself.
around one idea-a plea for us to
These columns something like make sure we respect the other fel
this: "Did you !Know that humpback low's rights-like the right to vote I I I Can 72 Oz. Can MIC
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whales ate addicted to snor for )our ow n choice or the right to I
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"Did you know that lead can be my one fact i is worth repeating -
converted to gold!-at a cost of v and remembering! Sunnyland
$1,000,000 an ounce? That a 555- '
pound fat girl went on a diet and l( IIIIrJitwt41H--

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Room for
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for dessert. and as a delightful: :l "topper" for fruit ccps 1 e Large Crisper keeps fruits, vegetables
cd fruit salads. J1 crisp!

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MAY 9, 1932 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE


I i,m Frar. vu =New" York to livein lx meeting Tuesday night at thoI' i'XKIl Or THANKS: pathy and the beautiful floral

Host To Hundreds King & Queen Amejua At the present time chUrch. : ferings during the sickness "
Keystone thi-x! art residing with their: son. Li'tl.! purr \\it.s.n n'.: TaiK "'e \\':-h to \:>n ,*s our suvei-- death of our mother Mrs s i iPakxeldi

T rrrVo. tnlalnd daughter MrCiew'- -. 11\,1\: is .< ,'k".d! ',''-' .' >', :.: ,., "I..t.: .1 .' n ,t\; ::1[ i n,1 1 .r May Gods b'es-: _
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I r < .{ 1 I'J-... f I was formerly Georgette DeLe -I I t' I I'" i 4 V: d. V! .- 1 L I ..: 1 t .' 'i: .-:i I._ rt,,,t upon Bath ant T5ii t 1 r:. .

As New Bank Is Opened **- .. and her inarnage to Mr i t're ,\ -" . .
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}..,' ., i \\ t- : ". \lt-\ Sd..t': : l'id k\\1 :..ttIi !
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y ; ..li. &" ." 1.t'> was a State Farm t'vente't. a'':
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} ,;: ", Fear= ago culminating a lomatii'! __ ,, A1- -4,( : 2qL ;
a4 Comptroller Gay that began when Mr. Crew. ua n: -
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France as a member of the Armed!
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: ;/ i'. Forces during World War II
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Or A' T. Larson, ., Carolyn Crews attended the M 1. .
Ii
.A Rae family reunion in Dade N'.t.
eAO ,
Event fJ' tional Park near Ocala Sunday
: Present For .
:
..11.- t She was the
.- .. -' 6 / ,2 guest of Mr and Mrs

a b '. ., ., .?:ti., &: x\fM' H- ,,11'-( Ilbed a- the big *' '-C: Paul Underhill and KIMI': 1
I'nderhill ui Starke AIER?? FLORIPA
!: fo.- ges aa', for Keystone Height! l )'T

i' store 'hi' establishment of theRE
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A :took place last Friday when

tht n.\\ Keystone State Bank '.' 6
: .. v / T ere ri c //P t'n b' j'"'eied o sew t- '. t
opeu.-d its doors to a public that vt
)" ... +' ,f COd sent >CL o"i""ghl, b'd'I but
3 ; ww was! ,Mg.'r to take advantage of \
> the ui ilities offend by the new Rx Marian NormanTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT LOOK WHAT

Otis .S' + ins' "it ui ton I HE DOES TOE..

M. k wN1.W yai 'mayr7 i't poMt
the aTtractive lobby from the time Mr and Mrs Osale Ht'.I"i f r

the bank opened its doors at 9 L'i4 t" and children of Jack-onxiP.! ',1. '
oS 1a .
a a m until closing time. Amongthe ; { visiting her parents R. \ .c.: '

distinguished guests were .: I Mrs S L Watson ovei t the II"-, ",
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"sf F .t.Y .10 :.,. .
State Comptroller Clarence al I. end.Mr.

t .1.IMf.t" Cav =state, Trea. er Ed Larson Pictured above is Linda Walker and Mrs R L. MOIJ.; r. .

\4 Af H Ebrts, president of the daughter of Mr. and :Mrs daughters. Joyce and Judv. ,' ( a

Flo naational Bank, and Lindsay Walker who was crownet! in Jacksonville Sunday. L-- a
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GentsOitegas.. vice president May Queen at the annual MayDay The grades, four through 'l te'went Pt3I :. r

of hr Atlantic National. festival held in the park last to the Steven Fo.,ti' r :.i. I L----

high tribute to KeystoneHeight.s Saturday afternoon. Her escort morial Wednesday they stet" I I dr
I
and its citizens watt paid is King Dale Siprelle. companied by Mr. Fiu-h and M 1' "\

his speech Elli.At noon they' set \ r'l, inic : '
bv t'"mptrulhr Gay in The Festival drew a large crowd :

ai the Rotary Club luncheon, of spectators An area was toped lunch W. C. CUmoi" I \ \

woe h \\ aa feature of the opening off in the park and was backed drove the bus for them

: flay events. He stated that with a screen of palms and I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Not in.i', In.

+ his ", YI'" were opened" when h.: branches, making an ideal setting i family of B.iyles.s High 1\ :t i\ r

t \iMi.d 1 l Keystone on a tour of inpo.tion for the dances of the children tended chutdi here Suiul.ix _,

,! following the applicad The climax of the show was tin j 'ReT and! 11. : =s 1. \\' "isjv i- -

d?.n i the bank charter. entrance of the Maids and th' '! 'it S,minii .n .I.wk-\I ,1 J""i.

nmptroller( Gay emphasized:! crowning of the lovely blnndi rh.V M I I T hi l M i their .' tY i

4 sr that bank charters are not granted queen by King Siprelle.: see t

t r, pi ?'imisiouslx One hundred and This was the third annual i performance i ,t

1 .-fin\-tive\! t application- have beenei of this festival whir h i-

SA ti "M\ed' but only 25 charters ac- hoped will become a permanen1\ Let Us Thoroughly LX (S

3 'u.ilh granted since he entered part of life m Keystone MisW. I 1 Wash Your Clothes ) \ / /v

"l' '' i lie Comptroller said. He J. Siprelle and Mr. Robot! I r'p- ., 1
d I'oundaFor
i II d that the background ofa Jackson directed the performaiuithis ,

nunity and its citizens i ii isi. be congratulated
year. They are to 40c __
nea i i. investigated before a on a very good how. ;- rait

k 'ni' ,, granted and that the FHIE: Bleach If Desired! .v

L af .1.| 'Ision) is based on need John Ellis suffered a slight ai Temple' A\e. *>tai k'Wewm

t turn; merely convenience.( cident at his home on the lakeHe ,

where was taught between a car and IT THIS WAY:
HI HI that in every case O
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t 1 n .1 Jtt u.; I t d t rarb r
i<.i has been granted the the gate. He will be confined t'
a ,
n I ? 'i n1 lbtul: tl
far his home for some time. Mr. ant
and developed ,
basis .
M grown I pus da l rvrotunn Au .und.t ftr
b' UKpectations, and he pr- Mis, Ralph Ellis have been vi-it Dry Your Clothes I a "i .t n ., ? nr thin n, n,,,. t.ih.l

uii) '. J.,- same success for the ing at the Ells home t I+ 1 IL g-? n Ihur Gn, lt hu.ii

K MI' Heights institution. Air Miller, who ha- been assistIng For 20cIn day deaatt

fi l' Comptroller! was introduced Mr Wilson in the barber shop :s.ut"lIIatl l)rten roar sursxtxi snvt. ,

a e: n AJh. 11 Nel-on. vice piesidinti has gone back to Jacksonville .1 :

e i tni bank, who also paid tribute The three colored youth- \\ hI< 0 ) \\\tl\ )I''c tt t

ti. Frank M. Walrath Jr. who' robbed a car parked at the Bui' r.

handled the tedious paper work last Friday were promptly app" do FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMP IM Y

I, in onnection with the prolong'it hended and punished. Most ot t ih- The Washeteria, 1

I stolen was recovered!
I <'IllIrt to obtain the Keystone property

B:+ILk At the luncheon :Mr. Gay; Murray's Sundries has changn1 "I' ,
'!'pi vented\ the framed bank chart- hands. Mrs Harvey of Katy ", -

..i 1,1 President Wiggins.K.ngagemcnts Drug; has taken it over and it xxil:

i be called Joanne's Sundries Thi I -....'" ..

1" D asN : AnnuiinceJ Murrays plan to take a two week :

Ti I, rest and then Mr- Murray will g' I !

,I'laruiJ' 1. Minute Photo by the T g 11 I' and Mrs. Isaac Berton Tyr.I .' to Chicago.: Big-truck capacity-iigkllaouty costs

I .mnoiince the engagements: of There are rumors of two ne- I

KEY TO I'HOTOCKAI'IIS! ;lifir daughters Miss Z. Ruth businesses to be opened in Key j ..

Top 1'1 eini; ("icnernl slew, of lubhy of new 1\t',lone State husk shoxxinj :, l\n', to' \\'ll1iam B. Stanley, son ,tone in the near future but plar. 'I I ,

iNirt of large throng of xisitors and depositors<> canal during i.t Mrs Stella Stanley of Keyston' are not definite enough to be announced I _-,-- '> Yl .

the morning! hour Kcfrcsluncnts>rt> !-oc'rH',1| during the fllH"1I| IIOUM- I II Height-, and Miss N. Pauline T>'ie, at this time. Kexstom! /) t"M.. .. .. _-. *,.. .:;. .,1. (
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hours by ladies! of the UVmaii's t'luh. Tlw lolilij wul l IH>:p.iirullt| ) (HTruJ I to Phillip J. Ltdry of Oshkosh is leally growing. |1 1Mr. ,a.- '.... ....... _, ___ '., "

<> \uitli florin M-nt bj welli i Uhrr*. \Vis. son of the late Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wilson of l 1 ', i, 4b '" \! .. I.i '. / '
I IIs'r
Ir-
enter: Comptroller Clarence 11 I. The mall) agt'S wit! Lake City have been visiting Mi.ind r : fI : i6 .

Wiggins! president of the bank IIn the !sin'< es.fiil ogw[ -niog. Mate be solemnized on May 23 at S p.m Mrs G K: \\iggin;,*. also( :'II... I : ;:: :- \ r ... !fi'-. \\A'l\. ..,, ,
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Treasurer Kd Ijirvni, Allx-rC Nelsoniee president and l Hr. E. II. ''in till Community Cluin.li. 'Iggms't, r :Mis lii'at 11 "u: i; : : #
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ClarUson, a director, are standin:; at rear. St. Petu.sbuij; \ i 1 ___ .

ixtxxcr Photo: 'llIl1lrllllt'r Cia. ) pn'senis the (.ia>' Attendance( Trophy 1 Topographical SurveyTo The Community Church '" .. !i1IJ'Z! !! : ;...:.,.. _---

to :S.; .McKay: president of the Kejstone Heights I( ut.ar) (lull, at He MadeA hold a Toureen Dinner on KMU.Max ..- -b-.J :
: J* at 6,0.: Conn and Inluxeted : tJ JI _
the lunclusMihich uas u cliinax of the bank ul't'nin.t[ day etcnts.! special meeting ot 1 the Town .
,dish and Pot: ,isilxer ; '
Frank M. \\alraih, Jr. and .Albert .Nelson, tuo past presidents of the C'uunl'Jas\ i.illiil hMa.xoi. .t I join, It I :
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( Th:' v. ill b tlv I i _... C'
Keystone Cluh, look on. Keystone Kiiluriuiis hart heen high in at- Frank Scott last Friday night) fur : ,)r iI :: ( ..
. there (,!: iiei< 'in'il l tail I 1'
L trmLintp for three jears in this Rotary District and received the Gay the purpose of employing engineers r/p;. (t :

I trophy to )kevp |KTiianently. to provide a topographical TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE t1'

survey of the town preliminary n. '.. flit ,1f4-

Scales Grocery Robbed 01 Goods I the proposed paving projects FARM -i .U ,. ." .>>'#" '
1 Bids from Ray L Watkins, Key ; i' __
stofte Height.-., and Julius E. John
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Valued At Close To $1000
sun R. L. Croasdell, and Smith

& Gillespie all of Jacksonville\ -'
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Scales" Red & White grocery shortening, 't t iv>. hack! and analyzed.
ug.in) : pepper were discussed '
:Mi ;i'ul! :Mis Milo SeiRli i antsuu !
bore the brunt last tt't'k of the and all Willis
ease :goods from the Upon Motion of D. E. i
alike. ot! Valparaiso spi nt useweekend :
boldest robbery >et to take placein stun'rllum.0 money was obtained seconded by R. J. Tipping, th with Mr and Mrs. Brxa : You get payload capacity 'J< "' NEW lOW-FRICTION DESIGNthis

Keystone Height-. although an expensive cash Council voted to employ the JulIU I''Whitfield Miss Lu Ford \\\x\it\! \ tits! I I-I'"t It,. i l,,,,,, ,,I .
The store entered Sunday I/IXV-FKIITION' lo! 1 sit ?" HI. I '. I I. OVERHEAD-VALVES
large was register was smashed, but had : E. John.-on Co. to make the surveyat .p
Gamble of Lake Butler xvathe : -. U
h i\i 'h /I'uAi I' I i:
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through the front door during the fortunately been emptied by trunmneis exceeding $1.174.00. foi dtcpm direct
a cost not 'dinner guest of Mr and Mis .. .
early morning hours of Wednesday -! before closing. There wa breathing'HIGHCOMPStSSION
Seigler and Mr and Mrs11! .'
April 30. and robbed of no insurance on the stolen goods .Memorial Dedicated "

meats and groceries that manager The store was brightly lighted field.Mr. 0 with regular gal! I
A Memorial Plaque in ntemorlof I and Mrs. Arthur I Cr. .: Ii' .
William Scales estimated at between throughout the night: but G 40 -
SHORT STROKE
the late Martin J. Roess Sr. wa? moved Thursday of last xe as u ) to /ol
$SOO and $1,000 Includedin this did not prevent the thieves dedicated on May 1 at Gold Head! their home in Jacksonville. saVings & : cut piston travel '
the items taken were the entire front entering through the front up lo tee, thus cuts r ,1
Dr. Harold ,
Branch State Park. During the weekend Mr alii' .
stock of the meat department awhole door bj' breaking the lock. Keystone powereatingFRICTION.
S. Newins of the: University of Mrs. J"I Bradley and Mrs J B More of ro '-
shelf of coffee, canned
night police Heights protection does not and have there any Florida Forestry School, unveiling gave the Treadwell had as tht'ir'j -aM' MEW POWER in the Ford Truck light duty lino !' developed becomet hauling power/ '' 1>

principal address at the Mrs Modell Trcadwell of Mt Dora
hat been several instances ot power! 1
IVv M nr ,j ceremonies and the dedication and Mr and Mrs. Vance: Geiger r
? breaking and entering in recent FORD offers choice of V-8 or SIX !
Only
s- was made by Rev. George E. Far and Jimmy Bradley and his littK you a r
months
,. rar D. D. Mr Roess was a daughter. Gloria of Jacksonville o '
Mr Scahs believes that the iniiuders -
'pioneer in forestry and conserva Together with :Mr and Mrs
must have been .onieoncunnliai donated th : New 101-h.p. COST CLIPPER SIX: Running
tion in the South. He Inman Green of Starke Mr. and
with the "lay of the : Park I costs take a nose-dive with Ford's corn-i
t t acreage "Tor the Gold Head Mrs. W G. Stringfellow spent the '
land", i.s he had recently placed I pletely new high-compression Low-Fmc- !
and xva-s an active leader during weekend at the Weeks' place at I
IN heavy bolts on the inside of the' the Florida TION, overhead-valve COST CLIPPER Six! 1 !
the early days of Kingsley Lake. M .,
back iloors.! which fact tbt. Association. The SHORT PISTON STROKE of "is new J tSr, \ '. .!,1
)Forest &\ Park Mr. and Mrs P S
thieves apparently knew, as there Sunday i engine cuts friction power-wa.ste. You can t _; ,; ; -,

were no indications that they at The Keystone Heights 1V'oman'iClub Crews had as their visitors Mr I save as much as one gallon of gas in ren! Gy a4W '''t J
and Mrs D. L. Shaw of LaCrossi!
;empt\ d to enter from the back, will hold its regular meeting
and Mr' and Mrs. William F Atwood Famous Truck V 8 upped 106 h.p.l!
now
13 at 3 in:
He has aNo been told that a cat i on Tuesday May p.m.
i and :Mrs.: Bill Rivers and i Proved in trucks Ford's
vas seen to circle his home about 1 the club house This i.. a bu.mesr over 2,000,000 "' iL
3 am. and he believes the rob meeting and officers will be in children of Jacksonville. great 239 cu. in. V-8 gets new power p ,q

I I bofs.ve 'e making Mire that h<' stalled for the next >ear. It wil!1 Since last Thursday Johnnie anc" 'j new performance! Now advanced to 106

i 1 was at home before entering ih' be the last meeting of the year' Melanie: Bradley have been visitIng hDe' you hustle big load?, crowd in "

store. with the exception of the Garder' Mr and Mrs. Gerald Cox in : ; trips per day! --

Party later in the month. Orlando J.\1. Bradley and Leslie I

IE of the biggest OITH; M'rri.iK.s Dr. Wm. L. Mus>er spent several]I Bradley took the children tr
: COME IN-SEE US TODAY! .
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01' ALL KIM: ; VISIT New Ford F-3 o 'J" f V < or new six
Hollywood. Fla Orlando and made a brief
da\s last week in .
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: : .. rt< bargains in insurance ; ATm.Iu"mH a to th: with Mr. and Mrs. Cox. ,
is here he presented paper .
r iti amdR;( a-r F.tl.h[ *t or Staktbody.
('(1. TILF.GILll'1)WAIT Honda Helical .\s- sS'iAQ &ddd cast).

a Windstorm policy. subjt'ct was the mentally deficiem 1 dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs P. S Ford Trucks for 52

child.
Crews Friday.

See us Mr and Mrs. Karl Rohlen hav<'.9 Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Furr and J

gone to California for severa children of Ocala were guests ofMr. cost still less to run A"il..bmy, J, ..JUlpmPft'--;.. ano ,'mi u
weeks. They will stop in Birm' and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Sun f D A,F. .:.L'e >i-p >daic ua lII&ioerlAl"'WIJ cuadiuvi,

or rigDon't Ala. to visit a niece an< '
Charley E. Johns \ If JOB la.e n r "9. horor' mgham, day.
Krab a .....,.1 anil start will visit relatives in California.Lt. ,
I tits:. i Wednesday of last week Mr and
AgencyPhone Col. G. R. Demery and hi r
Mrs. G. E. Crews had as dinner
IS STARK FLA.Repwentina I Florida Rcndercrs ,1\\ Ife were wt'ekend1sitors iiKeystone
Call guests Mr. and Mrs. John Crew
last xveek. They stayei j : ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
Free Prompt Krmotal of Itrad. i 4 and children and Mr. and air;. De
.'''' h. I' Crippled ororthlr' ** LlxrttockPh. I at the White Feather Court amj (* Lene of Monticello. Mr. and Mrs
.' '. visited with Mrs. Tracy and othe:
: j f John Crews had met in Jackson'

.'.'" ......'. I Gainesville 3330 Collect friends. i vnlle Mr. and Mrs. DeLene whc
Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDA Phone 118
-I Mrs. Etna Walker has ;gone ti c i I had arrived there from their home ,
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Junior Club. | Miss Sharon Hall (I Sorority Enjoys Miss Dot JohnsTo Altar Society I Img to need them Lawson limping around these day .1 I, Wanda and family .
Mrs. W. L. Jr the according to her tory, she dropped
Thigpen. was
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To \Ved Mr. Locke 1 Luncheon Eventi \Ved Mr. Hicks Installs OfficersThe Hear that Bert N
Met Monday Night ( t proud winner of the washing a table on her toe Carol !
Harold
(Pigi t Davis and
I i machine given at LoveU'o113.'t White had a sad experience Monday
Woman's Club met : I The Nu Chapter of Mu s' i'I .' !installation: of officerwa- away Hutcheson
The Junior were am"n
Monday, and also winning somebody broke into her :
with Mrs W. E I Delta Kappa Gamma Oldt; ''II held ,n t t the monthly meeting of St
Monday evening bags of groceries were Chessie I bedroom during the day (the front residents of Tolbert II a .-
presiding. day May 3. in the Methodiston Ed\lad' Altar Society Tuesday I .
Dowling president Deverick. Mrs. 3. W Palms. and back doors were locked I ant1tole ''the frt'flhI"Rr-'s d/'
Health chairman reported cational building withIr: P \eiuni m the recreation hall. 'i I
The I Millie Mulhohfer. Mrs. Nelson .- 29 different pieces of her
Jack Trawick Muriel Norman, Mrs. Melba Pnrm Those ;installed were Mrs. Steve ,. of F.hii ui i fond] !
that she had seen 1 Moore all of Starke jewelry the ;
and Mrs. B party or parties ran 1'
of the Bradford and Mrs. Edna Hart as hotl. ses Sinmi'ins, president, Mrs. H. E for then.;! -. ''
Sanitation officer I j S. Hardman of Hampton we sacked 8 drawers in her room and t .11"
Health Department, whc The luncheon table was onght Plot' vice-president( Mr George during the ,i" i-' -'ou'st!
County have touched
i a new telephone nothing but the jewelry i
had agreed to see that signs were I with mixed spring flow-rs. and Shatter, secretary, and Mrs the local board-, Irene operator McKinney on Lillian and Evelyn Stump and Their se, to!' t.. ,f.i. a :
highway I miniature May Poles un )u tiled Pegj\ Sheller treasurer. After with an MIT .
the new Blanding attt'uded' t! :it a\ !
placed on Fronie Crews, formerly with Del Colley Art Exhibit I ,
dumping of trash has with gaily dressed dolls. the me, ting Mrs. Paul Keleher 2.179 r, gi&gulatl' ,
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where ( the Starke Telephone is at the Jax Woman's Club I
Mrs. H. H. Adamrgave Th!- meeting wa, pre:-id i aver retiring president served refresh. new HumphievN '
been prevalent. working at Robbing Mildred Sunday at which Audrey (Carlisle: bowling t 'ncome
an interesting report on the 2 2H. by Mrs. Mary Drew of Liv. Oak, r.. rents I to a grand finale ,r -
r. Barnes had black
Ii has joined the Koch's staff a and white on
who also installed the tin This Sunday all the ladies of St j
Junior Woman's Club con. following land's Landing tonight, I I
State I i. Lillian Bishop i is still pinch exhibit .
officers: President, Miss Evelyn r Edwardwill receive communion Barring a major mir, .
Jacksonville ......" Bates; First Vice Prrsidt'r.rIr: e in a body There will also be r j, hitting at the local telegraph office Surely\ were two excited grandmothers Malone'.s Lab Team will .>. '
while Sara Williams is in New
: ,jo. Melba Partin; Second Vice Pr,. first communion class Sunday i 1'l1t"-day when Garland with the honors (and ,
attending nu: i!'
gation of the local club _''.:.:: '-. I. ." ', j Ident Mrs. Doris Crews, SPITe 4 during services. A breakfast will! I Orleans for the time bt"ing.until Godwin called his mother-in-law I a $50 cash prize 'A

The new year books were passedout I I .<. ""'''''''j;. .'..,.... .- tary. Mrs Hazel Brown; Tieaurer! j be -erved in the Parish Hall to all ,I the strike i? called off see Bertha Pearce ai-d his mother bow the boys will spend ''. ,
not receiving H. >\ :,':C i the Dixie Grill moved into lovely Eve Godwin and proudly announc !
and any member "Z.' ) I Mrs. Veda Attaway. who wish! to attend after the servues I Blow it on a ste.il 1.
: ... I : new quarters corner of Walnut ed "it's a girl" when Eve was
one may contact Mrs. T. C. Hazen. .1f' :P : .., Lawrence H. Gibson and Bob .. r i mayhap .
and
Madison
the former BlueBird
I asked what
they to
were going
Davison entertained those
Mrs. R. T Fowler, social chair present grill Williams Well, maybe eventsbe .
Jewelry name the baby she said she
was
with several musical numbers. I
PTA Will Meet I' fully recovered from r
has
moved into
the former Dixie so excited at the idea of a daughter ''
tior. next week and be ab'.
I Grill location on W Call street finally being born in the family
Announcement Night
is Tuesday
Garden ClubOrganized being mad \ Mrs. Shellie A. Hall up come ne'is -i >
announces
Sorry to hear
of the and Jane Hardy ha that she forgot to ask and Berthaleft
: the engagement and engagement approaching been Surely hope So Pot I I0
approaching havingm
P/ITARKE Here; marriage of Miss[ Dorothy' The P. T. A. of the Bradford a tough time that muritmg for Port St ,
marriage of her daughter, Sharon with the measles; .... longS"t' you in th-1 -
I Armeta. to Edwin Bradford Locke, Officers Elected Virginia Johns daughter of Mrs, High and Elementary schools wilt! s Mary Joi' to heith her daughter Car; ,,,: ,

Havana Johns and the late W. S. YYYYWW. ._._._._._________
(SK3, U. S. Navy, Green Cove meet Tuesday night May 13. in .TTTTTTTTTTYYTT..TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'TTTTTTT'TyyyyTTT'TTTTTTT
Fri., Sat. May '9, 10 Springs, son of Edwin B. Locke of\ The organizational meeting: of Johns of Starke. to Edward T, the school cafeteria at 8 o'clock .TTTT 4

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE I Boston; Mass. and Mrs. Hildred i the Starke Garden Club was held Hicks, U. S. Navy Cecil Field 1

I II l Locke of North Hampton N. H. i| Tuesday Apr. 29. at 7:30: o'd'k in Jacksonville son of Mr. ar.d11'>. At this meeting the new officerfor : .. 0 N 11 0 .. -. /.4
N P Hicks of Chattanooga Tenn. next year will be installed\ -
the
Badmen courthouse with Mrs. :Manar
Nevada The wedding will be an event of j' .o '
Sunday. June 29, at 4:30: p.m. in Howe prf'ild1l1gIrs. A, II. Ere- The wedding will be an eventof ( Tuesday night. May 20 the Bi : '

With_Whip Wilson the First Methodist Church with I dow of Neptune Beach district July 20 in the First Ohnstiar (County P T A will meet in t tiS. I.> ._ _

AM* Rev T G. Mitchell officiating. A director of the Florida Federation Chutch. Staike hool cafeteria at 'S /'( link\

Painting The Clouds reception will be held immediately I.I of Garden Clubs, gave an inlt>!"l.-t '
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following the wedding in the ing talk and assisted in the organization

With Sunshine church recreation building. !I of the local ('lub.I .

Dennis Morgan, 'lrJ"lnlaIao: No invitations are being sent I I /The following officers \\, I. 0

Plus Cartoon "IJou Down" and out. but all friend- and relatives elected: Presid'nlIrs.. I{ F IrCct1tAhtLGfr11'elll e A ; :

Serial of the couple are invited to attend !! Young; 1st Vice President. Mi-/ \ / ,
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I M. F. Hazen; 2nd Vice PresidentMrs. t st 4

Sun., Mon. May 11, 12 T. IJ. Harding; Sect+'tarv. .4

Mrs 'laude Crowson .. :
The Blue VeilJane man, reported that the annual tea '\, Secretary Mrs. Marian; Corresponding Howe '' now that; the heat 'm UK F Stump trill celebrate her b1l"th \:''.'_/' O v '.Q.' OA"v '__ v O "v" AO, "V"_'
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honoring the BUS seniors, their''i iI campaign t i- cooled down for the day on May 14th with her sister ,
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Treasurer Mn. J. i) DoyJoFi; .
W man, Cha" Laughton, I who also 4
) i time being wish the weathermanwould up in Va. celebrate a'
Edwardhall
mothers, junior and high schoolteachers nance ChaJ-man. Mrs. 1
Joan Blondell. Richard Carbon follow suit and give us a the same time and Florence .4
and senior club member ; Hospitality Chairman, Mrs. Florida Dressed and Drawn
Plus News and Cartoon i break can't Mrs. G. B. :
just seem to get in Flynn ( ) i* setting;: 4
will be held Thurday afternoon Paul Raymond; Horticulture .
I the groove this week even juicy cheated on her birthday, it bemMother's
ONLY May 29. from 4 to 6 o'clock in In* Chairman. :Mrs. J. It McDonald;
Tues. May 13
I gos-ip for this column is scarce Day on the same datei Grade"A Lb.
Woman's club building. Mrs. S. G. Chairman of (Civic Conservation ;i, FRYERS
Mr. Smith Goes To we'll do best wha the'I't.k
I so our with i she was expecting 12 fUr
and Roadside MiMaxie I
Carter
Denmark chairman
citizenship we've got hear theyhad 3 | end all of her children and grandchildren i 39C4
Washington Urged all members to vote Tuesday I The club voted to install the, ,
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big family gathering at the C. II.Quick's. including G'org.JI' and! p
Mrs. Stanley Noegel, finance chair- officers at its next meeting on
Jean Arthur Ja. St..wartI'lu'l i, Jr. Sunday celebrating MrQuick's friend, Betty Jan Brawley tr<>n' -
man. $5 was made the Friday May 9, at 8 p.m. in thej j jWoman's 4
Cartoon andes reported on I Sr. 59th bjrthday anniver Tampa and then to top it oft t hi i : Azalea 4
recent cake sale. Club members' Club. Mrs George 4
sary had guests from FolkstonGa. : siste;, Bunny Kidd.! phoned M IIII1 4
Wed., Thur. May 11. 15 ,, planning to attend the May District Director iif the "Fenn'l '
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Break'j and Lake City including many day that she and family MJI
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE ,. fast, Wednesday May 14. Federation. will be insta1lin Pure 4
: relatives and friends from the Kidd.: Jr.and 5 youngst i-. \\i'\\ Lb. 4
make reservations with Lilliar ficer. Mrs. Bredow was asked tr I PORK SAUSAGE 4
The TANKS Are I county Mrv A. F. Sauls celebrated -I'G. in on Thursday to -taunt.' 19C 4
I I return for this occasion.
Stump not later than Friday, May' I II 4
I her birthday last Saturda which will mean I IS'in !
Coming : 9. Each member of the club ;' .
I M. C.; Well.* had his 41st birthday : the Flynn household fur i th.!. 4
:Steve; (Whran, Phil Carey I Mix Louise Stern music chairman asked to bring prospective memben Sunday with a family picnic weekend if anybody has apt \ ----- ....

..\n41 I|I presented a musical programi j to the installation. It way' .. 4 4
at Jax. Beach Vickie Devrick t hammocks to spare to hung; I rule
TIIKVicious i I i with those taking part: Kay: Hart i I decided that due* will be $2.50.! was 7 on Wednesday Mrs. F the rafters, methinks they an cI None better at any price 4 4

,! Betty Ann Simmons, Carolyn payable by May 9. | i 4

YearsWith Vickers Frances'Landrum, Linda; Mrs. Raymond, hospitality! Super Right Lb. 4 4

Kay Sale. Martha Landrum, and Ii IiI chairman, and Mrs. C. A. Knight BREAKFAST BACON 49t 4 4

Tommy Cook I II I I Gail Duke. I will\ have charge of the -.ocuil 4

I Plus Latest News I I. Refreshments were served by the! hour fill' the installation.\ I 111'ISII'l'() EXl'RKSS: 0" 4 4

hostesses during the social hour. { 4
-- :MY SI rEHEAppreciation

I II II I Miss Barbara Houpt TOMATOES Fresh Florida Lb. 19C 4 4 4


I|: Honoree At Shower 4 4
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c7&oLQJ3 I Miss Barbara Houpt. whose wed r 4 4

ding to Sgt. 1-c Vernice Strickland 4
Y eHowBANANAS
Large
For (the splendid "ot ; 4
j I: will be an event of May 25th war w 4

!i the inspiration for a' delightfu'i given me on May 6th by t, i Lhs.t 4 4

I i miscellaneous !shower Saturday 4

+v evening given by :\IiisIary: Alic the voters of District :3 ;". tt 2 23C 4 4
'"a i
Hutchinson in Lakeland. tt 4 4

A yellow and white color scheme E "" 4

was carried out effectively in the I.I Fresh California 4 4

| floral decorations highlighting th earnestly solicit'ourr. 4 4

1 ,I home.covered with The refreshment a lace cloth table war '' continued Vote> and sup -p [ Dozen 4 4
LEMONS I S 29C 4

1;i white graced Easter with an lilies artistic and bouquet yellow of ;!' port in the Second I Primary p I I,' 4 4 4


At DUCKY'S You Will Find A Counter Full daisies arranged a low bowl. |i if on May 27. e at ak,, i/. 4 4

i During the evening a recipe .". 4
of MOTHER'S DAY SUGGESTIONS book was passed to all the guest I *. White House 4 4


Grouped for Your Convenience ,; in recipe which, and each signed wrote her her name.favorite : H. A. (Buddy) BISHOP i MILK Evaporated Skimmed 1 Tall cans 17C 4 4 4

YOU'LL FIND I! The 23 guests enjoying the affair -! .
with the hostess and guest of I 4
Candidate For Commissioner
JEWELRY HOUSEHOLD GIFTS County 4
. honor included the bride-to-be' 4

COSMETICS. BOXED STATIONERY mother Mr."*. Calvin Houpt. District No. Three : Sultana 4 4
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CANDY. And Other Gifts Hildebran Home "VOTE FOR EVERYBODY'S BUDDY" and Lb. Cans 4 '
4

YES -- We Gift Wrap Free Scene Of PartyLinda i Paid Pol.Mother's -1di.1 I PORK BEANS 2 19C -4 4

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Sue Hildebran w.is h 10. __ .. '>: 4 4
Saturday afternoon to IS ,ot ties .'__ :' : _: _-_ '_ ,.. u, : _, : : : :.. Nutley 4

DUCKY'SCOLONIAL little celebrating friends her at ninth a birthda anni\i patty-ar\! Colored and Quartered Lb. 4 ftC 4 4 4

The party took place in the %'.u'<' Day Gifts 0 L lED 81 4 4

of her parents. Mr. and MrI I F. .. 4 4

Hildebran on South street 4

I A pink and white color nmtn : Plus Deposit 3
Canada Dry
was carried out in the floral deep 1881 Rogers Bros. Silverplate

; rations. with a pink and whitt Bottle Carton 4ACJ

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birthday Games were cake table played centering set up in during the the hard the refreshment I I I 70 pc. Service for 8 --- 69.75 I GINGER ALE 6 N A, 4 4 4 4


afternoon and prizes were awardedto 4
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FLORIST and Soma Mary Hunter Sue Jackson.Pamela Unique Parker I J847 Rogers Bros. Silverplate : Ballard 4 4 4


favors were the given to the little 52 Service for 8 64.75 Plain or Self-Rising Lhs. 5
guests after games. PC. -- lO U R 5 49C

Flowers Wired AnywhereAn Mrs.Assisting Ewell Lawson Mrs. Hildebran and Mrs.were Jim F

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Costume 1
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May Breakfast ft1 ELGIN Snowdrift, 3 lb. can 85c Sta-flo Starch, 1.2 gal. 43c :

ForIdeal Plans CompletedSadie PEARLS AMERICAN Milk\

E Wesson Oil quart 57c Fortif2i"4'J 3
I Hawkins Day will te thetheme ; BROOCHES ?'&& COMPACTS ar 52c j
Woman's1 ,
Mothers of the Stark
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2( Mule TeamBorax
Club May Breakfast 10 be lief: l i at
n Ceramic Planters lIb. box 20c Trend for Suds ] box
the club house Wednesday. May ge. 21 c:
Gift r Day 14. at 12 o'clock noon. The in-tal- j
ti. will fallow the i Tissues Angel 'soft 25c
k ; lation of officers Facial Ii\ln Lily 4
USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN .
program.
I Mrs. J. W Kmcaid i.s ohair.nan1 I II I I E Cashmere Bouquet, 3 for 33c Corn Meal, 24 oz. pkg. 16c

of the social committee: and Mrs. .4

Don Parker will present the I! RUSTCRAFT = Kegular liarOctagon Flaga Brand 4 4

musical program cor.siHinof i I : Toilet Soap, 3 bar 19c Navy Beans 12 oz. pkg. 13c3I'rics
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We have a complete assortment of Daisy Maes and Lil Abner Ar .
unusual musical surprise i- i" MOTHER'S DAY CARDSMost
23cBinWhite
E Palmolive. 3 bars -
Blooming Potted Plants. Corsages store for club members and tVir reg.> 1 in this ad effective thru Satur- *,

house: guests attending. The d' -orations I Truly Express Your Sentiment day, :May 10th. <
Dish Gardens, and always the Finestin in keeping with the theme, .. \, Flakes, pkg. 9c 1

Cut Flowers. will be under the direct-oi <>f Mrs Our Watch Repairing Guaranteed ,
Lex Green chairman Mr'. H<,\\el! Hath Pun 1 1The
A&PFOOD STORE
Nasworthy and Mrs. H. B. Peyton E C wppthpart Soan 2 for 23c :

Phone 218 Breakfast will be served by the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
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ladies of the Methodist clurrihMembers : ROBERTS JEWELRY Snrv Suds Ige. nkf 27c 4
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I! are asked to get their 1
j tickets or make reservations by 300 East Call St. 2A

NONA: STREET CYNTHIA SCHMITT j contacting Mrs. JV.. Kincaid or 143 West Call Street .E MorelnQ Vel. tae nk' 30c :4pr

Mrs. J. H DuPre not later than '
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FRIDAY, MAY 9, 19M noRmA,1'. : FIVE

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home Sunday after two weeks ir Pensacola are visiting their sor visiting here a month with he: i Band Parents NoticeThe

1 Tampa.Mr. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and ': father Everett Green and sisters

and Mrs. George Bennett MrM: C Wells. this week. Miss Mary Ellen Green of Starkf
Mr and Mrs. C. A. ot and 'regular meeting of th' They're going going !
and Kimble of Tampa spent the< Geiger Ir- Reba Starling of Graham going
dhddiwfit5'C weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Junut Green Cove Springs were weekend MiLuulle McKinney of Jackson B H. S. Band Parents Assn ,

Smith. guests of Mi. and Mrs J D. Doyle vilK and :Mrs. Pauline Yeomanf will be held Monday, May 12. at ____-_Th

Mrs E. F. Cain has returned tc Mr. and Mrs Joe Sanders of of Lakeland. 8 o'clock in the band room at th.

her home in Atlanta. Ga. after: Valdosta. Ga were guests! of "Ir.j Mrs R. H. English and Mrs. J l' S O.

r I ''''"'' i visiting her mother, Mrs. Cai and Mrs. Je.-.se NewsomeVednes H. Walker attended a surprise rC rf -- '
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Jack.-on for three weeks." day of last week. stork -hower given in Jacksonville .. .
Mrs R A Colson and' I \HflNll
and .,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, Jr Mr :MOTHERS HAY C.IFTS 15t. Mr and :Mrs W H. N'ollman las-t FrIday night for Mrs Fred .
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in Jack
and Mr. and Mrs. Maxie WainWright daughters spent Sunday to 25% off at Sanders Watcl were dinner guests of Mr. and Ianir rePotted .;:j.'S"t ..
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and Mrs Rex ,
Mr "
have moved to Kingsley som'iIle'i"iting Shop. Mr-. Crosby H. Dawkins in Jacksonville i |1'1.1IIt inclu.lins hybrid 1 Of / -" -' -'. ......
Lake and are sharing the Burnett Mixon. Mrs. W. F. Barefoot of Sander Monday evening flu\inia,. Ib-gonia-., Culj there. i i I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid returned C lttumeJ \\elrIMbnr.. ; '
apartment son spent last Friday with Mr flat out fl. \\erN. It. | Youny.
., and Mrs P. M. Barefoot. Mr. and Watches, Diamonds at big sa\ing< I Pfc and Mrs. Elmer L John

Mrs.. Kenr.'th Kyle and son, Kenneth at Sanders Wa'h.hop.:. I are expected home from For ThanksPlease
I' ATTENTIONFARMERS Jr. of St. Augustine were< Mr. and .)Ir:!. J. H. Ritch of Hood. Texas next week for a as ''ow as : -

AND CATTLEMEN dinner guests of the Barefoots or. Kingsley Lake had as weekend short stay. allow me to thank ra I.. t. f + P.r

Sunday after which the Barefoot:: guests Mrs. Fannie Hall Mrs.i Mr and MrYVillard Ta, and- the voters of South Starke A
BUILDINGS & FENCES for the after Maudie Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Precinct for Q -V :
PROTECT YOUR FARM: went to Lake City son. Gene, of Tallahassee a revisiting the fine vote( -

Use Wolmanized LumberAnd noon. : Curt Hall of Newton Ga. Rae- Mrs Pass's parents :Mr and support given me for \\.')
1 Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkini burn OtwelL and Mrs. William j and Mrs. L. D. Green until Sunday County Commissioner District -
POSTS
ERDALITH TREATED FENCE ,. plan to spend Mother's Day with Wilson of Jacksonville were alsc MisCarolyn Prevatt. a BH? Three on May 6.sf'ill .
------------ their son-in-law and daughterMr. the Patch's Saturday guests.Mr. graduate, class of '51, recently!

WherTto i Gainesville Slop By Our Yard You'll and Mrs. Fred Guy. in Gaines t and Mrs. L. O. Hazen were completed her nurse'' training I will he in the race

Be Welcome ville. m Tampa several days last week. I St. Luke's Hospital. Jacksonville suhject to the Second Primary ti} rF

k MANUFACTURING CO. I :MOTHERS DAY GIFTS 15ft Senator S. D. Clark of Monti- and is noon the staff at \Vel.' on May 27 and 1 most II I

McCOY I to 25: % off at Sanders! Watch cello is spending from Thursday tc Hospital in Gn'tley! Colo earnestly solicit the Mite I /

/ Lumber and Building Supplies Shop. I Sunday with Senator and Mr,;. Costume .Jeurlr.v. Il liroWatches. and support of t hl'"Ht ers 1 KIgin, and only Elgin, hii R.mnd, big ktarldaifn end-ptrca t A 750
. Phone 4361 N. F.. 23rd. Blvd Gainesville I Mrs. W. P. Randall of Tampa Charley E. Johns. Diamonds at hiff sa\ins-: at that lime. live DunPimcr Mjinipnng andmahhntnpananbauet.: *4/
r Graham Elbert Bowers of' guaranteed Uc.l. full figure dial u tan If rend m J n
i brought her nephew Flip I' Rev and Mrs. at Sanders Hatch Shop. to oner tfiuhandicmtnfJel. Piftiintttap. OODatnh 075

11..1 .1 II --- home to his parents, the W. H Branford and Mrs. Louise Acker- I II Mrs EV Hayes and son. KIM.S If elected to succeed myself rate hat full ftpire dal Sr)71andhighrntxl.ntal.
Grahams the past weekend after aweek's I man and daughter Cathy of Tyler.' spent last Thursday and Fud.u I promise a continuationof t.1, .J )

\\'E'ISI[ ANNOUNCE I visit. I Texas were dinner guests of Mr. in Pensacola.' where he will ,ont'i the saml'.faithful service

THAT 1 I Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherdwere and Mrs. Jesse N'ewsome and' the practice of law. which I hate given to the

I called to Aucilla last Friday I family Monday evening.Mr. I II Mr. and Mrs Dor. Dots.m hat. duties of the office in the Ed Simpson GEM JEWELRY

1 by the death of :Mr. Shepherd's .- F. F. Stump left Thursdayfor had as' guests this week Lt .in.) past.
1 I sister Mrs. Tom Coniff. The Shepherds I Amhl'rst'a.. to attend the Mrs Clarence Antos and daughter

KITTY'S PLACE I 1 are returning home the lat I annual birthday of three of her Betty and Miss Peggy Ci. \\ !leo'': .
Seaboard! II atch
1 Itailicaii ,
; ter part of the week i I sisters and her own birthday onMay JacksonvilleVatrh Ira Wilson lrlsptrtrn

I Mrs K 1T Joneot Sanilei, .ior; 14. She intc'nll10 be gone \ PamK nit at ,
Temple Avenue 1 1I I I wuthe ,"II-"t; Sat utdq'; of Mrs I a week.Costume. Sanders Wah-h Shop.lore ('mint(y ConimixviontrNo. THE ONLY Al'THOUIZKI KI.CINNl:) (; n HI 1 10\ \

,1 I Ada Alea.'lid, I i'.l:: \ :Ms Wihi.a l : I .Jt'",-lry. Hclhrosatfhes. :Mi and Mrs Edward Chat boa District : Three DEALER BRADFORD: COUNTYSTARKE. )

HAS NOW REOPENEDFOR i ; Alexande, \\ Diamonds at big i .a\ings neau of St Petersburg will l.t

I Mr and :Mr.. .1 I HVlls ..(f at Sanders \\atch Shop. guests Friday. and Saturday m (Paid I'ul. Adi.) FLA.
BUSINESS I Attending the dedication of :
1 John rglow and Mrs C. F. Ward I
t Christ Church in Cedar Key Sunday Mr and Mrs Ben Rowland all'! : .
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Quattlebaum.Miss
wet're.\Irs. 'ora
daughter. Kay. spent the week?nJ ,
SERVING THE BEST i wI Clara Leaman Mrs. Delia in Apalachicola visiting their sin I
I I Al. K Carlisle. ..
Mrs.
and
I WI Hoover m-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. \
Alton Dobbs and ;J. -: Ii
Mi and Mrs. .
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IN HOME COOKED FOODS I daughter.. Eloise, spent the weekend Dwight :Marshall and ch-ldn-n. /;.1 ','-: k. 1 .
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Mrs.tar.hall and ci.iidren re nr ned t,, )-- -. j. -
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0 1 t in Hilliard as the guests to Starke with her family I ,: \\ ,0JVkrirel -- ,
1 Rev and Mrs J. E. Murrhee.Mr .
WE WELCOME YOUR PATRONAGE( AND) 1 1APPRECIATE Mrs. Virgil Mathews a week's'I.it.
and
:
Patsy, of Neptune Mr.Hogan Smith is in Mum: ; Sf) l l I i
YOUR BUSINESS and daughter. (

II .. .LIININNIMI-N t t.J I fI/r B.with ach Mr.will and spend Mrs. Garl the MathewsMiss weekend this R. 'C.\\"Weaver.visiting hr mother Mu ;i I ? : pj :

Mr. and Mrs. 0Ltowis; and '
Barbara Houpt and Mrs: ': -.... J"
daughters. G\\ynn awl Emily Aim. )
Calvin Houpt will be m Daytonafleach II' ] I, '. --.':... '
were home fiom their temporary \ "' ., -.,
Thursday to Sunday -
from ,
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residence in Tampa from Satu.'la"to .. l
THEATRE What a Difference! when Miss Houpt will be feted Wednesday

STARKE with several pre-nuptial parties. Persian carpet antI! |wp;>rniiintstUk The Nicest Selection Of
MrW.. Wimbcrjy i is home
IICMPM thins:: in Zinnia. St't,1I I .,, ;. ,. I
THERE'S a decided dif week from Mulberry' wherfthe 'A 'ttf I
Dedicated To Community Service this Wimberlys are making their :. 1'. Young fur plant Gifts V/e Have Ever Offered \ :- ;
Mo\les Are Better Than E\er" ference between Property re"idrncl'Ir.. WimberIv George Flynn! J '. of T-iiup-! 1 :
Damage Insurance and Collision temporary visited his ;tart nt : Monday ant

: ., May 13: ONLY I Insurance. The former Mr.will and be here Mrs.over R. O.the Dansby weekend.and Tuesday. I For Mother's Day ; II III
fir and Mr Kail Johnson> and _
for attended the singing convention <' '.' ,.>. '
liability
legal *
II covers your baby sons, Hol, and Jimi.i1 AU-ttei : -. :..o.4..i
avid the Bayless church or
any damage your car may d o]I at Ga. will spe I the MothuV Day Ml The Most Popular Lines Of
iPTues. I
/ E LD VE N J I to the property of others. The Sunday.Rev.. and Mrs. Guy Lee and weekend with their i mothn. MrsJ. I
I M. Brow..lee.Mr. i
/ latter cmers the damage doneto thildien attended the homecoming NATIONALLY ADVERTISED COSMETICS
andl.-; J.ir.i.B: 'WI" ,
need I at the Baptist church in Tampa '
You
S own car.
N4 your Godwin and' son. Jimn-y.: of tn
1 5\\\a I w both policies. Get them here, on Sunday. State Farri, Mi- Anu Wilt of\

tASHtARUE AND F"7tlrrliAct; .. t Sander\\alch Watch Bands Shop.10% off at Detroit Mich.. >rr. and: Mrs. J. RChasteen ; CANDIES -- Beautifully Boxed For Mother's Day

i J,'. ana son. J. Roy: and
I e.rJoHN Cpl. Carl B. Fillyaw and Sgt. J
I Bill Miles oi JsU-ke spvnt 'heI WHITMANS. HOLLINGSWOKTH(; and OTHERS

FORD'S1'r / )+ HlWALLAgencjPHONE% r, B Green from are Fort.home Sill,on Okla.11 day'sJt'3'e Cpl.i I weekend at the Drownliv ntag? II
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/ at St. Augu. ti.' : Bearh
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THIS IS KOREA I Released 1--thru r ,I seal:Fillyaw her is parents visiting Mr Mrs.and Fillyaw Mrs.' IlI1prondlarlgoJ.1: plants. U Electrical Appliances -- Household Gifts

United Artists 116 is 1' Young.Mr. ::. II
while Sgt. Green
Harry Lappe.
l'A and M.-... N ? Danker THIIU/NG! / FEATURE PICTUREIN I visiting his mother, Mrs. Janie I
-Constant Service Over guests their'v': p-irt: "f the!
NEW TRUCOWK I'lus "\'ttt"III"'auIJe; \iIIt'" Car. Green and his brother-in-law and i.1
I reek Mr. J.\ Danki'l amt Mi p Line of Mother's Cards
...the most human and : 50 Years- : -i-ter. Mr and Mrs. Harold Gray. I Lovely Day
Mary Dai'1 J I of W-i\ri s ; .i'Mrs.
toon.
dramatic story t of f our time 1! I I Mrs lames Ritch left Sunday N. S !"I- i el! .i..l; I hii! lun
I i i, her! honu1 in Bristol Va. after We hate |u-l l t the cudou't I > been looking for to su\ \\ hatou t wish to sty- t In
Photographed and Presented by I I .;idy and :N'-i. .Ir .PIt' I I.. r -!is MOTHER;
1 S. NAVlf MARINE CORPS ARMY) I
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FRED{ ( CARLTON relent Tu -st.v 11 Pt I'.t.h IP; II
Alt CORPS oed SANCTIONED by fh. .
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They bnnign [ba ;: \\ith Mi :\1.? s -
Of DEFENSEPlus"Serappy'sBirthday"
U.S. DEPARTMENT
Dankjlnv" 'a r :.:.t r I < ;
and Kit: Carson St--ria|. (Carton I "'ed., Thur., Fri. STARKE GENERATOR Hutchinson .ii T"I'< .'!. 1 i\'i -. M l P? I Koch Drug Store

I :Mav 11. 13. If main here with !b.: 'i linn) .ly. t i"i r !\f,' I

MRS.:: C. (J.; PRIEST AND STARTER WORKSAT week. I II II I

leho hb -_- -- _- ,, -__ --- __ _
Roy Turner. ; > en quit'ill ==-=- c:=-==--=- ::= :c.=-
Sun., :Jlon.\ May 11, 12 is convaK. !t':_' at Uu- !11:1111': "d i YTTYTTTTYYYTTTTTYTTTYTTTTTTTTYTYYYTTTYYYTYTYTYTYTYTTYTYTTT.YTTTTTTYTYYYTTT

'" AL\\L.\OO UUBHH SCOTT "A" A S4? : his daughter Mrs B.I! It.us I, "v I 4i

ARnll'Rtl\XEDY} JOll'\lPJ1\\f> I and Mrs Jaw s R-'ii-li u. Valdosta

,'R M D .f iiii!J 210 So. Walnut Street i, Ga.ylOTlIOtS: DAY GIFTS 15<:rr i I Model 14-P MAGIC CHEF 1

:MOl/lVTAIN ta r r'ANy yo FORMERLY ANDERSON'S GARAGE to %)0off at Sandersatih! .
!* NNI MANuor Folwl'
A MIAMOVNT '*'"
lino... TIChNICOtCil o R r, Mr- and M-s! Chaii'Bnicii 't! I i

I'lur TrrhLttorlc IVrilsCarhion Kingsley Lak' I liiimovi''' t > At
1'1 110; "Movie 1 Madnt.: Cartoon"F1ying Will Soon Open Electric Motor Repair Dept. 4
I SkU"1 ant :Nei. i 'lanta. Ga. Mr Rurti/n. fornierk! ; I GAS
\'OLT.JHEf.PLATOIS; ; ADJUSTED : == == ]
with the National" Gaud at ( "ml| -
IF YOU 1.1J"on: XAME CONCEALED: ix THK BI.\\UlXG: 167.501
Branding, has :accepI: I I On1Service : : ALL
DK1VK IX OK n.oUlu.TIIF.tTR1: ADS Cl'TU Ol'TXU 1'KE PHONE 22S STARKE: FLA. job in Atlan:+. I g Range FOR 3

SENT: IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FKI'.E: TICKETS Ed Hunt I II.[ D. Kogcr Mrs W J. Johnson a-ul .ta.jg-r-} i ti

ters. Cheryl and Caiol. h.-u. ie : <(D
I turned to their home in A tit nt', : Installation \ nPayment ,

HI i Ii II i Ga. after two week's ..hlltl1 t In1 I 30.50 ..
BLANDING DRIVE-IN I \ Sam Anderson ;;;:j I 100(} MIS.Pyrofax. ,
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Steve \VeUlon ar' i Gas i
.\.>1 Mr. and Mrs. -
Dedicated To : Are II I /ti children Billy Jimmy and Martha' OIl oil(

CommunitySen THEATREIo'ie'i(' I II I w. t, will Park spend visiting: Mother's Mrs. Day Weldon's in Winter pat I II I : ,: Completely 4 31.00 *

Ice A :MARTIN TiiE\THE Than E\er I I! ents. Mr. and Mrs. D R Shafff'I I i Installed Net Hal. | J / 3 1

Box Office Opens 6:30 P.M.: Sho Starts 7:20: P.M. F I : I 04I

OPEN EVERY NIGHT RAIN OR FAIR St. Mark's Auxiliary I I I

Plans Bake Sale i
Fri.. Sat. May 9, 10 !i I :Mon., Tues. :May 12. 13 ,ytt We Will Finance 3 3E

'itn Th regular monthly !meeting or

Luau .tu#-,ru tiro .) roue.ntatw.. ; the St. Mark's Auxiliary was heW! E I I.. For As Long: ,

PEARL BUCK'S thrilling nonl r .IRIRkd.Rii.pun imilnatru Monday afternoon in th i parihhouse 1

.eggs aio Md u tp Mis; Matte Gahagan : AS

.1 RM119 1 IBB.Mm. BTB' i t Directre.-s, opened the meeting
HIM tmsig tarn nan _-_ with the Auxiliary prayer A devotional ,beautiful : i
a..Ioo This specially pr <:
-...... -'-> < _0_ was then read by Miss I perform-1 8 MONTHS
mum -noMua
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) IANDOIPH RUTH WAUUCK SCOTT _' tk--' =- .-EMU. -VM"""--UK MM.,... ;;"'"0'. \\.-d-.r. b..t-.w r..Ne..r Clara Leaman. A report on the i j, : ( Lei niMv'f: 1 1)! lI1))!s you top 3
HUN DREW ". Silver Tea held last month wai'given I .
.ti.ln.This ..<1 b,i "11 1 '4.....1'x- 1'Ius "Roo or Not To IW Cartoo ? by Mrs. O. L. Beasley. and .;: : ance phi- Itn -Iasting dependability. 3

ja I Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle, delegate :

Cartoon<< "Three for Break:, FROSTItICKI4AND: i\ Let Her Show You Oft I gave a report on the district: meeting ;I. It has: :so many exclusive features, OIl 4(

f.. t," held at Federal Point lastThursday. such the Red Wheel oven heat
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i Wed., Thur. May: 11. 15 p... ,

She'll show your photograph with pride if It was decided to hold a bake I I i regulator the one-piece top burner See this and other .4I 4
have it taken here. A dignified natural I 4
you next
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MISS JUANITA IJESSENT '(heirNEWESTandmosr sale this Saturday. May 4
{ ,x Hilar QUS Adventure/ yet informal pose plus skilled expert door to the bank. All member j E units: large fully insulated (>\en Magic Chef Specials :
x workmanship assures you of a por- asked to. donate a cake or t'.vc 4
r are : : Swing-Out Broiler plus Im&.Y 4
I trait that's right. Make an appointment event.
San., May 11 ONLY pies for this Today

.t N it. today.PORTRAITS. After the business session. ar ; others. .4
interesting true and false question I I.
t t / : t .tMRRtNeil Brazil was r esenteC .
8x10 -.3.Oo program: on ;

STARRINb SIX3x5's5.00 by Mrs.of Religion Cora Quattlebaum Education.chairman CENTRAL FLORIDA ;

refreshments wereerved

Chris. J. Newbern StudioSITTINGS = Delicious by the hostesses Mrs! Mattie :I
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| Noegel.Gahagan and Mrs Stanley i GAS & APPLIANCE CO

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Wed. 6 PM S:30 PM: Sat. 9 AM 8:30 PM: I .and Portable I .
Adding:: Machines: I PHONE[ 301 STARKE FLA.
l'Iu.'i Un' Paradise" Cartoon 1'1us''Toni Thumb" Cartoon 149 W. CALL ST. ,
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PHONE 103 STARKE FLA. j typewriters old on time.-Brad ..
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH, STARTU5. FLORIDA

FRID.A 1 M' \ !4. I 1'" .
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trees. Ah, life is good out herein know the country is pretty dour visiting her father. John H
Parkotand Brown
Worthington Springs tilt"tlier in
Hodge
the West. It is a beautiful Mayday near the schoolhouse at (l1alIdl other relative here this .-k \ Archer Thursday.Carl ;i pink rosebuds.
we
; day and Raymond says we and I
r as I write this. Again I am The children still shout and rur: Mr anti Mis I H. D Douglas Thomas spent MiDekle., .
May left New River folks don't have an. -i\ the weekend with Ferine I moth r of th. i t.
and Ella
out on the sunporch. I have my and play In the school yard Six for I wore
Tuesday Silver Springs Md I j thing to brag on about watermelon Moody.! a pink suit with black
house upstairs clean and shiningThe years ago I was ju.t ending to the I sorie. Her
my spend summer They had' bll-som:?. He has watermelons corsage was ot ..
back bedroom is gay in it- school term and on tc i :\ : gladioli.
my way weekend guests Charles Ou-ley i : as big as his fist That'- tarrbg.n ounCf'c1 ,
sunbeam walls and colorful quilton Indiana and Don. The year, hav Jr. and Karl Earnst of the Xava' really quick work. i ij Mr. and Mrs Nelson Dekle of : The on,1"! a .. wo--.'

the bed. All the product of my been rich and fruitful. It was: a Base, Jacksonville. j Mrs. Gertrude Moore of Mianr I Lake Butler announce the mar bride's broth I' 'd !1'"
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d 1j lllra far Q ess IIohrnn..rA own hands. I also have enameledthe good move for me. Mr?. Mamie Mead had as recent II was visiting her aister. Mrs. Rhoda'j riage of their laughter Patrician ], and Evamla I'I .. ':!.:. Onlv: '
kitchen walls a :snow:> white. HELPFUL HINTS: When using Mr. and Mrs. Enos !! Ann to M. L. Johns Jr. The '
Skinner
r-v... ...... NEBR-- guests Dowling this week. I wedding | immediate KHI": t it -- > > J1rl'<. '
and also all the cabinet. Don the double boiler add a bit of of Cocoa, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow ,i Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Andrews of I took place in the Lake Butler! :j After ah -it t At ,! > ,
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1Vherein I paint and clean. I the shelf brought up the new refrigeratorand to the water to I I : ;; trip
I on :; vinegar prevent Hicks and Langford Hicks of Jacksonville were weekend guest Baptist parsonage on Wdn.a! \ and Mrs j"1I'I'! : ,- I
sing a happy >sonp now that I amfinished. I I Has made the bone of my abiding 1 everything is back in place. discoloring and lime corrosion. A Brunswick, Ga. and Eugene Mead of the latter's sister Nan Moody. I April 30 at 2 p.m. their: home >'. ;!j. \"oJ to Alt'The 11.\: ''

The day i b Mann, the, self. I I do not think life could hold anymore plastic tablecloth makes baby < Friends of Eugenl'111 be interested ;I Johnny and Juanita Andrew'and The bride was ia. ', \ < \ Dekle for the j,i. a ii > ;I .

birds king, the tulips bloom and: -Ida Fasel happiness for me than the good raincoat when going visiting to hear he is now in .the children of Lake Butler spentSunday tired: !n: -i n.iyuit with pink aoi to re-ule in taini'svillv ante! '
I fact it is done. ORANGE CUPCAKES: 1-2 cur Army. and stationed in Virginia. ( .
Digger "If't'pol.Where with Juanita's parentLester '--.i! It --.tie was of j; aiiu.it. this i'ionh
I The name of the above More men have to take butter 1 2 ,
poem I II young cup : cup sugar egg Dick May of the Air Force and Julia Johns. -
are the voices that on i if "Landmarks". As we note the the physical for drafting. Our Jr 1-2 tsp salt; 3 t>p baking powder: left Tuesday for Camp Stoneman John Snowden is greatly in:

Sunday rang I passing of time the old landmarks II is among those this time that haw 1-3 cup orange juice; 1-3 cup Calif. after two weeks visit at hi- I| proved in his throat condition!

With mine in joyful noise; the disappear. To me the most surprising :;; to go to Omaha. Not many left water: vanilla and about two home here On Thursday eveningof we all wish him a complete :. Thiscould

trees that stood thing is the changing of anymore in town. Back again: cups of flour. Cream shortening last week. the May family were covery '

Behind my father's Main Street the season. Here the line is sc the telephone rang and it is: away'1 I Add sugar add eggs sift flour dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs
Mi: and Mi :> I H I :Mnojliarahon ,!\ r
store-a wood, j definitely I marked, and hevhr up at the front of the house. baking powder and salt: stir in Fred Dodd at Keystone Height.. I : :\1.1'! ;i.. ." -It.:! ,! ". '
Back window held at bay, where loves nature delights in the snow Digger was under the bed asleep. with orange juice and water 'c Mrs. Marion Gnann na.- returned' happen
:Maiklee'in.: "ih') :M-; I' 1A1TENTION : !
strange birds sang? I storm, the first-coming of tru He heard the bell ring and out he the first mixture. I use the paper to her home in Grand Park Jacksonville 1

Even the click of the old clock birds, the great changes in thlSlcIy,4Aealoltne came just barking and growling.He liner.for, muffin tins and fir: 2.3 after visiting here fm'

barks when the doorbell or; full. 375 degrees for :20 min. several days.

1 telephone rings. It helps us to i Don likes thes warm. They: are to YOU !

WEEDS hear it too if asleep. It was the i quickly made and very good. t:

wife of the man who is weavingrugs My wren has not returned f'o-n. The Life And Times
for me. She wanted to know the South but I can hear one singing .
Of New River FolksBy If You Have ,
how long I wanted them. that has built at my neighbor.
Check Your Cultivator Against this While near neighbor Ad-! Jessie Lee Lazenby
CLAY HILL & FLA. I have a ago my PINE OR CYPRESS
0 letter here that Clausen Manningand die. came over to see where I hoe'been : I i

marriedSo cleaning house. Ha! Sli; TIMBER TO SELL
Ilia Mae Johns are 1'ishin'* (;ett in' Better
PRESEASONREMINDER now I have some pillow cast said it looked ?o nice and r''- Charley and Jessie :Mae Welch.

about ready to send them. I marked "I don'tee how >ou getit Percy Osteen and Frank and Ruby Large or Small Tracts .

__ all done". We rill hay the' Bloss really raked in the "specks" \\ heels can be sheared off by the terrific friction in wheel
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downstairs to clean from Orange Lake one day last bearings that are not safely lubricated. Car manufacturers
the bill tor
In And Let Me the lumber elevator and cement and the carpesu1 week. Charley caught 22, Jessie P.1TOP PRICES recommend that wheel bearings be repacked every 5,000 or
S 1 Mae 12. Frank 12 Ruby 5 ant!
It engaged to do the remodeling Percy 22. Bet Jessie Mae's freezer e 10,000 miles, depending on make. For safety's sake, drive in

the Mortuary. I will not try tc s bulging now. Earnie South today and let us inspect your wheel bearings, clean and

Y TEST YOUR g? ? anywhere- his year but the erland is also bringing in the bag lI, 'rite or Call repack them with Sinclair Litholinc the superior wheel

LIST NOW i ('otllltyFair 'guess. Life is: a limit nearly every time he goes.lleasley bearing lubricant.
(lot of happiness, just working

WATCH FREE serving the public and beir.j: Home Burn B. THOMAS
good citrz't I'ni'v.ti'. I ant .1: J. W. Beasley, who live- ju.-t

Now is the time to find out the exact condition of )'ourculdvator's heart a home body a< my neighbor over the line in Union County, sea' LUMBER CO. Service Center Station
A good from home late Thur.daynight
Whoopee
calls me. away i
PHONE 211 .J!
only to return and find hi- SEEKER 1) (COODMANI :
Shovels I All watches repaired here life.To all the hog in s twice wh I home' burned. ('. B. Hayes :' P. O. Box 735: ;: S j 1
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\ :\/ Sweeps V I read this I send regards am1 ;;;I feet neighbor, upon investigating ar STARKE FLA. I v ?,11 ;at t( :South t Ci1\t I.imils i i ; + e
Teeth ShieldsV are tested on the
V Spring V I mgs. We still thin't of you and I outside distrubance discovn 01! t ii! '

Spring Trip Standards V Clamps -ay a prayerr I all ut' v.u., ,.. return light and hurried over to. it >-i 1"J'>[ Phone :!'Utij. )

V Frame V Lift Rods i WATCH MASTER safely: '",n' sumiili\ I' ping by Seeber Johns' aiul A t.;, -i,_
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i will soon be :V.tiUi-r.-My x I him up. The Bea.-leys tI li I ..v >'iI ;

Replace worn, weakened or rusted parts with genuine MACHINEIt Mother I qUO' this p"eui. i J,. I about that time, but :it v. i-

. I HI precision-engineered parts now, ahead of season. not know t the titth\ ", late to >ave anything. T*
tells U, immediately i is kno-.vii: 1 t'.i' 'old! CoKMr ,
hivi a.'ured: t
G'III"J\ > m : and \''r- 1 I- Jt'n'I'! i P'
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Jf you're planning to use rotary hoes, \vecder mulchers, I a s are
hat is when
wrong you laughter '' ,
I Icons nl (C.let; "' l'l\ Indi
disk hillers or fertilizer units this season, place your Whenovtlt ;s loin : i
Bill I :
h. i \l.j itently.
order for this equipment now. bring your watch in. JtproH'S Whrii. all th,- d-v-i; -i!u- ;.i! t ii 1 ;i.V ing \\ :1lit' mere t1 I -

Com.ug alto i 1:1: fNhing t trip I at 11!. ,
to that it's right. Tht'allllth "[( ,n MIM\ ,,
you Jacksoiivlie.n: ;!! !i
Gtf
Ready to Kill Weeds MOW Ah. keep in- ,i'ov n -\ii', '\ a i
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\\ hen you take it out. Whtn life .-eein::i r'.61 ani;; i.i\: I I':' r.'l'\ i r

Let's Talk About Your Cultivator Today Gml always \K- '> I ii, e hl\'.' :: -in .rnr:


Williams Jewelry believingAs I grow olJ. PHONE 218 I


K4 ;:1 Farm, Home & Auto COJPASrIt9 uiMidbye'bull blr-S tilt no.til!I v V 1 !i'1'! COLONIALFLORIST 'I:

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FLOWERSFOR I II I

, its Mrs. :M. C. Sweeney ALL OCCASION I

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Honored I 7

t Memhi'i-s! th Fusi Baptist @ :I w
1 chuth honored then pastor. Rev I

R. C. Grawith a lawn: party I
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t :Monday night, on the occasion of DISH GARDENS |I

1 hi- bniliilay! tniu\; I.SHI Tin ai!t I II :
POTTERY [ yy
th- !%' held "U
fair \a.s; I : .. ta
.ind. h inn. n i.le, ike anI' POTTED PLANTS: A

( punch v\ii ft''T V.I, t i 'iKiut Lilly s ,d 1 ,r n ta -
guest: (Out ni toi.n trends. at FI.OWKUS: WIUKIANVVHKIK! : I'

VO'llethl', toiidini! v.-u :\1and\ ; 1-, : Altoi- [: : "
ot Dobbs.ith their d t eight J and,! J"
a"te'EtO Mi ViPamsh I Nana: St ;otarkea.alm;
\ !mother of t t.uke I .u.d -

't'aVetOnn "t t Kailto:' I I-! ..ich.Attfud .

'a n O ... t cleliraiiiiii! ,'f S
C'a(sI
YJ, O1' On Sunday. May 4. M.: "

1 \ :Mrs. J. J. Brannen and. .
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1\ Arden i Mrs. Thos. F. !I' ,

tt < Emory and Frank Brown ai t. ,: "/...' .

% the 90th birthday ann.\ I' I' .. :'
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CRO' olebration of their aunt.Jl: : :
m. H
j : :Martha Futch at.the honu "t I Jat'! n

*;oar: Truman Futch. in Lee-buij g A treat for i

held where Mrs.a large Futch family, a former reunion Hump'ton way- the taste. easy :i j. e. enjoy\ America's( Finest ice cream

t resident' has lived in central! I on the f

Flotida for about thirty year- and I bHonesttogoodness
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EXTRA !irto be warmly congratulated or -

attaining: this wonderful age. there's new and J&iJOI'jJl

different
The Home Demonstration Clut taste-tingling

",,:nstrel. "Dancing Moonbeams"i goodness in every 1 1j" ;

i ml( "Kink in Kizzie's Wedding"was Lykes canned '
> :: meat.
a most creditable success, last 2 i product. Corned beef i There's no other ice cream like Lady Borden! Whatever fla\or you choose ill''
Friday evening, and by curtain : I
chocolate strawberry or the i It< '* /or-
," time! there were tickets for Stand !-t hash beef stew I! It's the most delicious, most glorious, most of-the-month, Lady Borden "" Cherry,
: ;;' Room Only. Many outstanding Brunswick stew '
." ,, mg ".:; Macaroon, you'll find the taim : vor-
",,.'"iw<> ; '';.".... .. rounty candidates were present! :r chili. beef tripe I glamorous ice cream you ever tasted! Lady rich creaminess the same melt-in

and made minute speeches' between ,:': Vienna sausage. | your-mouth goodness l\erytimt '
with thick
ad.A goodly sum was realized ". Borden is made golden, fumI -
Borden Ke ( in or
they're all 1 I Get Lady .ream pints
to be used for Community Hall ,' tops I whcreur the orJlke
i' improvements and civic benefits. : and economical too! sweet cream lots of it! Only the very half-gallons : you see
Cream ,
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f" Primary Election Day on Tuesday -I I' at all better dealers :'I .. .
I choicest of fruits, nuts and flavors are used. .-- -- -- -- -
drew an unusally large crowdto LYKES "
EXTRA gasoline delivers a For exceptional road performance Main Street, voting -tarte .'; BROS., Inc. I Then the minute it flows from the frec/er
early and was steady art! r llJ I f ,,"J, by IJ"JoI'I' dy CJor-d'
; smooth, steady flow of extra high and thrifty mileage tryafillof j ICE cREAM:
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YYYTYYYT1 rTTTTTTT Entatr of G. W. lfa. It. Drrraaed.TO have filed their sworn will I nuu.u-. }LY S a:'! I II
ALI CREDITORS AM) be taken. .confessed by you | N .if XW'' of SW r I
plaint against
you. ,
This

LONG BRANCH You are CLAIMANTS hereby notified! to file quiet wherein their they title are to the' once I ive w."k.each notice week in the shall for Bradford be four' published consecu-' I! &:10 El,ft of 8WI.SuS'Li& w of 1 The OrlI"31 E .10 Tonn ft or.1 Lots arLe : 6 :

County
your claims and accounts against scribed property in Telegraph L. Ex M. F. Wlg- :. 4. of Blk 2!

the estate with the County Judge of t y, Florida to-wit: Dated this 25th day of I gins land on X :0 I S t ft nf the N : T'-'Ddlo : \ : '
By Mrs. J. L. Strickland Bradford County. Florida. aftername The South half : (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J April 1932:; WL. of XW' ot 1 I 106 P. L SockweU 49 00 ftofESOftofDIk! HI
have XELj
been
duly eworn to, withIn west Quarer. : ;; I Clerk of the (' Thomas & NE'4 of :Z :0 29 as
Eight calendar months from I r. 20 -1 extende on
the '
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By
date of first publication of this I II One (21) (7 I Y'rte T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk A.

We will all be a little lonesomenow notice or the said claim will be barred fling at the South : 4/25 4t 5:1 T own of Hhu Section. : :' 0 OLts Com Madison at S\ Cor of \ \ndprSOQ I )

by Statutes of Limitations. of the Northeast Bay Eta&runSlSftfora
that election is April 25th, 1952. NOTICE TO APPEAR 11 f, 5. 6. Elk
and
over we
)Iason
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II. Iluthwe..t Clrealt Coort. Bradford M 4. mk 1: Toa .
S. Ilazen Erccutor. (25) CouitT Lt pt of beg
will not have so candidates Florida: In Caancerj.Irving Jessie t.H then
many 4/25 4t 5/16 Seven ((7) Range I XIl, & E of XW7. Sewel ruts W 105 tt

calling on us. Mrs. Louie Carter ((21) last, lyn Wiletzky. Plaintiff vs. Mari & XW of SE :) s 20 C. D. 153. ft E 105 ft N S%

In Circuit Court.. Bradford County hundred (10')) l'elt Wiletzky. D.fendant. zs .oh s ft to pt of beg IS
the candidates I :!
says seem to be Florida; In ( bscery. East one hundred ( I Case Xo. 910)I Delia W. H.tHLhlnultn. !
.Vntlrr To % .
tard
afraid of the bad bridges they Kzekiel Lavind Plaintiffs.. yards, Thence Appear.To CtT 3 : :o ) Ce
dred : Marilyn Pelts Wiletzky. whose I Truby.C fl.r ITI3 2IE 6 23
Smithie Lavind. also known amithie ((100)) yard t e :
have to cross over to: get to Louie one hundred residence and address is: 1J60 New L ot's I. %. of Iot J of Blk
Sand 1.
Toben Defendant. to a place of York Avenue LTooklyn., New York I Elk t 1 I. I t.f 1 J. W. Robinson t .
George Carters at least they Case No. 9117 / You are hereby' notified that G. 1. Parker II 1L'H.. 15
ginning at the a suit: Lot S. 9. 10. 162tt:
remark about the bad road. She Ordrr Of Publication And NolIce! ToAppear I..r of the r ,, for Divorce custody and control of | Jlk: T 1 of'C. I 15. 16&E of Bib
; Male Of Florida To: i minor children awarded to the 14of
said first Sheriff John Hall of the Southwest | de-11 I Lut 2 of Elk U H. n. Stokes il Dlk
fendant
thing Smithir 1..a\'lnd. also known as and plaintiff to I I. 1 Slack

said when he went to see them mithie Toti -n. whose residence la;: ::: Seven tion t twenty-fhe( lange( :; to contribute the sum of $:contnue. !II.t j, 5 of mk 16 Earl G. Cook I:1 S% o 24 Jessie Co'man i.reen: 1.
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(7 i 6. 7. S of ,
i week for of 1 Lot j
Ope lika, Alabama. ((21) suppor minor children I 11'1"I Vk 30 ft X &S by -

was you have some bad bridges You are required to appear on I hundred .(lOt)) )' has been against vou in the '| J. W. Tom 4 '69 GOttE&w SJ:
above 'SfL. nf .
to cross. They told him to go down I: June 2, IS;52, in the above named]I Welt sixtfive :; I you are named Court andause and SE' S 20 4 elJ Tmu 2!.:S 1 eor of Lot 2 of Blk
I Court and thence' South one I' required to l..n'e a ropy of 'Al NW4 ot NW & : A J
caui'\!. uherin plaintiff r l.r..r AI.I"
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thf road and he would see some jour answer or pleading tt Ihe : Id 15 :
I fceeks: divorce Hradford Countv 4100)) Theme l"- i plaint the cnmI i, : 10 .n Z. Williams i,2:0u; Lot 45 ft N R

more. No work has been: done on Telegraph shall puMisli this Order: ( ;5) yards to a : plaint on on the llaintiCfs Attorney, i] All fl of XE' of : byOftE&w I In

I in next four ning Plaintif. Attorneys.1T. XE' : :I 3 Z. Williams ; NECorofLotlof
weekly issues. i| Prank 1 L 22.1 5"
their roads for sometime. Containing i K ; Ln'Irum. Starke. FloridA I A ll :W or SW% x Blk 21
Witness mv hand and official seal'at ; and file the 1. T. :
I in office
Mrs. Bernice Mosley has had the !' StarKe, Florida.; thIS May 1. 1912.I :;: less. I(I.t the Clerk of the Circuit Court i of 21 T 20 U N. G. Heath 2.!96IL! I : & E 2 ft (f I"t 1.11
And in the Hill of on I ]E, of SE'' .
I before 'I NE' 22: G 20 Maude E. Leslie :; .f Blk 36
I (OFFICIAL f"1'\L) A. J. Thomas. or the 26th day of Max1952 f % Ii lola I little
mumps I alleged that your : '! otherwise the : s s E& of :nn. of SE':1 18 E. C. Green ;;.: ,.N( 4 of .
As Clerk of
I I said Court and addrsss.ace. I' ;I Ith.it allegations ,"f said I \S" ot % I :0 1 Dk 40 Jackson'
Mrs. Geraldine] Carter Taylor iv- Myrtle T Denver: Deputy Clerk there : ( wil be tak..n as confesed SWI &also & L"nn! .
is no Iiit
I ICha.s. It Jlcss' 101-05 guaranty Life b>' corn 195 ft W of SE 1..", 2. of 4t ,
p."ons in the State : rlk : ? \\1 .
was s prised April 1" with a IHiildinir i Jai.k..onx'ill<.. Floridttx.s *. ".r\.j. of of I This flu" ,' shall to' p'iMi-hed) I 'ur of NW'u& of !l Lm.I.hl.

house warming and shower given' .\ forl'tf. 51:2 4t 3'J:! process bind.: j once each week for fur, c)0.ecutivtweeks : Svi & run N 3&0 iagsou Tnb, to..
I I w..ule You Ilers..naly t I In the Bradford County TeUj j f F 765 ft. S SOO "d41Ctn tu Starts. : O
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of :Mrs art. 1 I 1- I & S !9 ft %
at the home her mother. your written '.. I graph 765 f to pt : (.f

Clifton Carter by friends. ,i :>ori('r. 01' IMIMIOin fice of the Clerk of t Dated Una 23rd day of April U5!. II of bpg ZI I. U. E. Hal 29.1.1LOI ., 1. t. 4 Ink H .
: I 1 ,
IIIca.n: : I"U'1TI1t1I"11: Court of ITadfoid I ",, ;I IFridav (OFFICIAL E.\I; A. J 'homal : U. 42. In Wood- 1. : 7. S. 9 ,.C Hil FI\ "

Lafayette Thomas an old friend I XotU-e is hfT<-by given that the un- May 2::. 1152: the Circuit, Court I I lawn 1: Z: -"0 A. A Quenl 5 1':. < .
Ey Myrtle T. I I 111k Prlu
| dtrs s%vl.. of Lot U In I.tll !/ "I
of Mr. Strickland's, his son Sgt. : x "\ :i' 1: ,
of 4/25 I .r Lot 4 & : t J.
your answer 516VOUCH ;
or
| Chai>tt-r :0.':';: Luvx of Florida. Actsof I t Woodlawn n 5 2! 3 Carlton G Williams 2 'i; a 1
Lafayette Jr. who has been will Scruggs, Carmichael. 1 I Elt uf NW' of L/t S If Lot
ir.1 1511 rrti-.t.-r with thr CIrrkof SE" 22 i. z U Prince
Lour whose TO1'1 t:1nl..th 4 4
address : : ". :" E :
ft
Korea: in the service and returned L u the Circuit Cuuit in an>l forliiadford liank Iluil.lintr. : In Circuit C.inrl. I'uu.y : Bartel 1"1 1 : lak
I I'ount '. Staltf I I'h.rliln In ( Iradf.rt. |Bk I". J' Lot t T"lplll Add t.
I ) Klondd.upon : attorncx.for : hnn..r,
to the State.* April 13 and received ( leeeipt of proof of publication I ed by law Plaitfs. : James Monroe !Dougl.. Plaintiff. Town. of Lwter ftar, ::!" 2 6 22 P. I: ,
his from the alsc the Ethel Crate; Hat D or R '. 2 1 5 : F. P. Moore r. of 81k :. :
discharge Army, of this notice, the titious! nanit ..f otigmaf of said ) mula*. Defend I 20.cl: I'. l k ,.
d..fensfwith : ant. S% of 2. Town \d.li;: to
Snoxxliall Supply) llou" undrr hio-h the ( Case Xo. 906S Ck .
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Charles Taylor] son of Harry Taylor \\ Stal
cuit in and ; Ni.ltoe fa .Vjipenr. ur W or Ry:3 :2 (.eO. F. Yuuug I. : 6 22 '
we are ennaKftt in business at i I": \ : Court To Lwtey I 7.; 1' .T I- .
all of Middleburg] called on County Florida. : Grate 1'atv
:!('.I 1. Kt-x>tone eights I ( Fla. I IIh.1 Douglas
us Friday for a few minutes. They I Thomas J. and Jani I In fun I Herein will fail be not.. or a ,'' k hose flOWn. "nc. and address is. C'n-: 'o'on ., L\ote. Pt e Railway Sectioni :: % C i I,. Park !ll It. A. c... ,.J t. Star" C
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.I"t entered :
lit I I, 1 2 5. &6 ; 7. "t :
Mctros.F'Ia.. | Toil
t-r- I. for
were in this section checking on failure to file )' are hereby notified that a.I ]Lot 1 SD of Btk : \ 1
I I at-iI this :2ml O\\'II'j or for I suit for Divorce has 1 Ii1
day of May : failure to Serve [ been tll..d'I [
the Jennings timber. It seeiru At StarkP.iadtoicl; "'oujtt. -' your answer or other against you in the above named I I S/I of ItIk 16 :6 5:2 I.\, ill, I..tl' :.4,.. \ ", rt "r J.I. I :. \n",1: .x I J.
Cum SW
at Cor of :
someone has been cutting thi r :5;:24t5:; :23Mt'iit I Plaintiffs' Hill of (' and cause and you are requir. Lot 17 & E 173ft .t' 1:1: : 1.: I,' I' 1 .
j i iminediatel thereafter to stn'" a copy of your answer run I.. I If Hlk 12I

timber without the owner's per. : I ginal copy of your pleading to the complaint on the i X 100 ft for pt nf ;,1,1, I, .\Iidll"n
: i: 01' i\i: : ion. I ; i fenses with the Clerk Ilainliffs Atorn.. T. Frank leg thence run N I t'J'' '
nus ill. 'i in': :: cuit Court. in and ': Florida file 1'1' r 126 ft S !.I '. "trkU..igt ,. 4 Fl.! .t' i ; .

Members of Long Branch MIID: >> r\'iis: MVIISII!! tI. : County) Florida. t\e original in the office anl the; : 1"4 ft Ut ft toIII I:. 2u 6

XOTICI is IIIIIL-Y: iivix; that L The lradford I of the Circuit court of hog 2 : II: ,1 : "i "
on or : I .1. I 1,1 .n the X
'nl. : 1'
Church gathered last week and I h under.sisned United States : a newspaper of ''II before the itth day of May. 1932.; ; I W 110 f of the N )1".1 4 :! d. lb..t S I:

worked at the church three days I) t-h.il for the Southern '\tu-I in Kradford Countv (thtrwl.e the allegit : ns of said :i' ft .. Lot 1 I: ,.,...
Aa.nn'I n,1
Florida by virtue of hereby designated as Complaint will be taU<'n as con of thp X ffr > 'j I 0 ,
writ of ) 4 3:5 "> )
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cleaning the t-enw-teiy and doingome ment issu.-d er in which this notice & ed by you 21 rpl"d !
out of
I I'uitrJ States 1 l lished. once earn week This notice shall !. Lt J..nac Ihl : W "rIi
.- more work getting every- I j ,IM.strkt Court, for tin.southern l>itrut *- se
of !Florida Jaik.sonville \ consecutive !.ot -IZ f"1 :61 Ii ,\ ", 'I, sit. "f
thing in readiness for HomecomingDay Dm- my hand \'p"ks in the Bradford County Tele- I.. F "
: i :"i..u. the lit h ilay of Manh A. D I the said ('olrt' this I'; I Illril. I| 1..1 30 tt Sq In Wcl 8 ,' -i S' rln Xt.

We learned not long age \iZ.; : in that o-rtain causeThrcir I .\ A.D 152. Gapb.; ." tins Kith dar: of 1952. : NiC.r I ot Lot :H I ii, ill.; 1 \\ II h

that some one had donated a I ; l lately IH'ndillK'h..rl'ill O. F. C. (OFFICIAL (:.\J A. : OFFICIAL SEAL) A. April ". \ ff Kingsley \, '" 1.1,1.1 S'

piano, much better than the old I I I :Corporation l[plaintiff I andV. <> ilhaiu(1)1 III ira t Ii III. was Iv! Myrtle Clerk T renver id, I By Myrtle Clerk T. Deaver of the Circuit Deputy Court Clerk W Jak.. or 1M Lot 4:: J U.'nJamin Ilrry Finn :. ,i I.."L', f'. 'for. ...a. It. ..., fI.

K. Ooxvlmg.ials $ruggs. & KUtt'" ". ;
one we had, tables etc. to the I ; known as \\'. j;. l).>wlmj, trad- Lowry, .ttt..ruiey(arll'ha..l.for the 4 IS 4t 5,1 9 I..t I to: "& lot S 46 113 LxN l'I'' :' Ilar.I..1ll'

ihurch. This i is-really a beautifu i l ug and doins busine<,-< a.s JJouling P. t'. P.opi: ;, Oaini.-\' >orin:-10 .tVP.tfl I..t t :4; Ex I Lot inN ..1. "'. n'bin"n % 76 I""" ,' it I .- n"' I'f"

Honw.l AutoaIes; vas defendant in ca.se j : 1)niuItl, : WhvtP Morri-i % t'or Lot. 0, :
church for a rural church. | ;Xo ll-J-'i\il & : I : l'eare I' t: :" i !
ill said Court levied I11 Street I f 74Ott's !I'
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coming is Sunday May 11. All I said writ of atta h. : I' San O'I'arn'l i .: t. .10 t :1I'
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nt on the 1.1th! I I i .111'1' O''I'I.I' FrIJ'i taliC"rnla. I ,'
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are invited. | dav ..March, IH',2! : on that certain \ 11:1:1: : I t YOU are hfr..h lotifi'd that there I.uh : : :1 : zr -.t..rte h'I.
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l li I..t. iire. Jiartcl 01 t'art of land 1 Iy- : 1.f aura iti't x'on InM.ir- ]1 H fl f.( X ft ii .f Iw 1
We have ben informed that the i i mi;, being and \ IIKIJKIIV 1 : orie FVnz Morrison in the Circuit 1:0 t. ni''I
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I'uuni'j ,John Topiin the ourt, Branford (" ; of ) 1 5 'r, ii.;' '.fSI" :'i 2
'of j i 'tintsFlorida.. In .
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lent for the Mission( of Long'Rram'h Uradford Slut of Florida msr ...rtil.al." hol..C. 'han"'r ". her lml> the v fn 11 "I X 110 t : t ;" "' II.' I :;;.i I \ u.e... I t'l I" '

will be ready for sea viCe*: !, I uiirl>: .described!. :is fullou- I tfial." .. a tax detd ) elief pinvfd for .'lint |II.a anl Di- ,' .f l,..t G .t '. "t \\ .t..
XX '! 01 110! <'k I Solllll of Hang. I :Ih..r..n. The ct-I'llf ..rr.-. ii-toiiv of thildton, and con-j-:\1 .I WII' 'xal"'r 'ld"r 8: I' 'lId St t A I Iv:

May ISVe understand Cuyle :2 West and the K'._. of ii
Wilkerson and others will be present South (.f UanKC a West of Simon I t.ti"1 of the propert, I Tini) itherefore. to command ;S E': of'I' orSWI za 'J. 11,1. I, Jt; 4 7 i I I ',.1, ". .11.,

J. T"IU"It'ut.di'i..i..n! ) of ,in which it was il "1 to file your written 3 !; C S'.
land- paran"e' \ r.la",1
to conduct sPrviccs. We dc ,I ;j follows: I snl;( (Cause on or ) : I'J' J.m! tll'-ii .
.f.r. I
at Temple's Mills as recorded : :s I': XW'I ..f 5 : : t. "rI.
In : .1 .hI.
No t7. \ of May llt.'il 11
time of services liook C. : I'trtifll'atf : and thereafter 51:1: 5 22 I. t ... .
know what day IMS f-I. Public -
not KecorUs i i ance May 31, 1950.ration i liiii davthereof. ) : e. ,' i"n.
I shall I 1\
of lEradfotd: County. I)" you ,c\1 xi:' "f 2.ZEI .C )1 ." 7i I', t 1 ,I. ,.., Ivd
'rv.a X"rl
to b4> someone Klurida of : copxof) xour defenses, I if
are so please W'. i E or 1\ 1. ..,. ... ,
I containing 10 22 "
acres more or lf.i.iiotHt .-. N\V'; of SR'J of XRH nt' upnn S. T., ?" riiKPS. Box H7 2' : 8 I 'd Stint Ii : ".
inform us. The tent h: near Elgin' of the levy of the writ of ata'h".nl Township 7 .South. I ;. inf\'II. Florida. Attorney for \\:! .( X :' .f ;\1\ I'I 6" 1. nil :1 lIt : f

Store. : u u .- u_.._.in.... ,. u".n 'u oo..... _' ..fontiimiitfr !I a.r.., more J he Plaintff. and immediatelxfile: all XI.I, of xi4of ; th. I "'estri'.
Lang Padgett's f LlU'
r emrded In the (;(fi-rtr C1..I.V the lIa> !, Netin.in vxhidi I' I it.' of said defenses' in mv: : ;\' W rf 1'j ; : 22 .1. T. l.!"' :l' I hatS.oi, .

Our daughter and son Alonzcj I"if the Cirruit Court in and for ('It-c'k C Pollins. I I fi. e. 1-\1 failure to do so. a de- -\ .. .f XWl or 1':1' l'I"\l 11. ; c:: I, h. ':2 ( ft )
UraJ- t"'f.
(( If ;
flute than one be i'f SWV .
; rf' entered I Igainst :
'I'll 1-tprh'
County 10nC",011 tf I J ft
Lorene Strickland Florida in I eed look Cmpla11.'I
and announcer hove .rd'r { '
1.\ N1If
r'o. nt |I'altp 111 I:! that le rul I I 11 .r s".t. 4" 1.1 of 2'l 5 :
!
; the certificate. Witness 1..1
Don on ; undervigmd ) mv band and the seal' of .
of Fred or SW' f .
birth .
2'S .
the a son t 21 7 u \ ',
'nitcd ; J f'or
i Sl.ites' Marshal pursuant to All of said ty I nr Circuit Couit tin1 day ; jPr. .." \ .r II
pr"II.I ;
0(1 .
April 23. Alonzo] is the son of Jim \ivnl' of execution issued in the above (fountv of ITadford. Ia' I pril. 1!52. : ;'I X'" .f RE'i of : "";' "I" -:

} iiitiiled cause after final / I'nless Mich certificate !(O'p11| | :; A. J. Thomas WIII'.rJ I 26 5 :: 'I : ,. it :.' -' I .r 11 .f t.iz
Strickland. Lorene i is the daughter lifii-in. dated judgment' cates shall be : i ; th. I'\TI, nit Court Brad- *t;\" u .. "'I. r:1: ". I > :.., "I ,I'
April 11
formS : 19J2:; and, t to laxx' I ('.. &S IOft: ofSWL4of .
of Mrs. Jim Strickland I in April 12. U'52:; the property i' | 1.1 untFbi ida. _. t llii! fit' 11"t
retotded in JudiTiienl ,: : Sti .
: uch certificate T. 2 A to '
live m I II Lien or ( | ) \1..11. I'e.o.i I" Pepnf Clerk. Fx .I 2 21 1 .
I'
Hook "
"I'ly Lorene Fields. They 1. at I'.IKI 137-lil': ; be sold t" the highest T Sciugg-s. P O. Box 1D7 Ir". uIl'ker 26 5 C 'II"" ri .,

Calif :L if tlie I'ul.litI I I'or".f Pradfoidoiiiily 1: couit house door on the :aiIP: \ ilt. Florida.. 1.r. rhal portion 01 NWf ; :3 I o ril I J 1- i I' .
ii.
Gilroy, i .lu I Hy .. '
I 1 .. : 'iv of list G
Florida. A ill. "n the 2nd i (1J) in month of June, : : Plaintiff, 4'1S 5" .. 1'WL' lying of :: ::
[l.ixof 1 June, IS"! .", the beine a'1 is i the 2 tRy of June. 19 4 I., ., ,.r -
HIIU' : State n.1 Xi 200 !"Ik .
___________________ .Li.ii. r I
lefi.il I sales Dated tins, 1": day of .. 10 .\I' n
TTTTTTT'LAWTEY. . 'I d.1) and hetweeu the 011'1 IM\H ,' I': "f old State f.' 1 .( ,.
le gal hors, of sail. to-vtit. I 1LOO' a. (OFi"iuitL. Si I'\r) .\ .1 I .( In'' "rt.. Ir.rl C'.".I,. l lI 1:! & ale" that part ne r HI nil I.; Jln, .I. '" "
Cl lerk of "I. 1'" 'i '
Cm
: In ( k
I I '
'j' m and 2'00: p. m, before the front County, I'lorida. 1'11 l I .-.."hin.Ith"n.. .r X 9'H' f. (r \'II I I HIt : I t.: t"

\ 'j, o.it- >if t the Bradford (.'IIUIIIChurt- I I .I-i" i Defendant.Plalntlfr \s I. .f 5 W' lyIng :." r. \1

house in tht City ..f l..rU,', IVuO- I : \1.lh"n. Case Xo 90!>.toIltp '
L. II. lute I". j ,,1 I ..t: triangular. '.1' Sr'. : o. : 1 G 1 ; \\
.
I| and.11 at 'ublic oiitvi to thei I II. ('irni ...., T...' Pet-r M.Milion. whose resi- '1". tf:: ft F& tlI' T.- 'I. .r'tl. .

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIOn i hitrhest and best bidder or bidders I FI.rltu In <'hnneprr. .1. e and address L'nknown.. {" X end 1 9 r I.t. I I"I' I. ,

I f ur ta.-h and interest of the said| l: XolI.. l'lallllff, ; You are hereby notified that A ;X & : In idt' II. ;1h.! III XI,:' (

| William Xobles, I l: for Dixonv habeen' :XI.; ? N1'' 1. .
K: lu,\\ ling in and 11".nlant filed I'.rn.r / II I: \1 t
to I"
of last week the the : Ja'I"\
Friday aI IovtifrstriIe.t real filler l .. tpprar. in" You in thnbox'e, named ,isv: ', ..f !1.l. ..f XP' 27 2 111'. 1'.11, -:; I'. \ \ ,: l',1 '

pupils of the First. Second and I !.. t.. be sold In property, the'I..all To: Kav F. Xobles. I .iirt and cause nnd you are reqnir-i WE? ..( S.:', .f XWI.of ; 1/ )1..1. l'iiiiia'.. 4 H ;1 ..f \i' :I t;" t 0 t : I''
( accordanceith t.nt i,; Koute I. : l to serve a of your an"wl'r .\ I: ,.f
1'11) i < S'i : 5 !1 dill &
and
Third Grades of the Lawtl'Ykhool to satiyfv said execution. Xorth Carolina. pleidme I 1.1 "
flu.hartlVicgi. .
I to th.complaint on1 I ; -
'fiardIIui
"f SE'. of N''I ;: i 4 7 22
Mi- .
1TKI 1 : t '
I this 2Jth! day of Apiil, You are h..rel) i I j ,* A. J. I \ I I'
together with their teach I Pliltff' \tnrnfY. I II I sw's 22 \ fl2'I. .rst: .
: :. fuit for Divorce has I ,,. . P. :. : TIuuitite: p".s .' '
Airs. Robert Mrs. Jonej and! against ( 1. jl 1 111 1"1"\11.' :::3 2 I 7,j \ "I : tf SE' .'I.st rI
ers. UO uTinted nnOOKI'I you in the I :rk. Florida file the origin .
I :. '
ant 1..1.1.lll I: .
Court in %"I : I 1. XWlj.I UI I ) 4 2" Di I "1 .
'I and office : li"r1''f'
States cause and" 11 .r the Clerk of the''i
Mrs. Hamilton enjoyed trip tc Marshal. ,
a .1 -
I Suiiiliei-n iM.-tiiit quired to serve a copy ,' Court on or before the llth : \ 1 "f J' : S 2: 2 1..1 1.1111.' ., I s. 1',1'
the museum and to the Fire Station of Fl-irida sxxer or pleading to the ) H Mix1952.:; ; otherwise the \ In X,1' ofifXt' I;; \, ", I.I.: .\'

I' 5 i; :2 4t i,2J on the Plainliff'tl.rn.I atill" of said will be 1':1'' ; :; t; 1 I p IfO rl fir, aI"
:: !
Complaint & ( .
( :: -
in Gainesville. Mrs. Parrish \'ir< 1r." .: I 2 .:: .. '
I *: I 1h"I"
: I iou K las1(1; Lynch I : as confessed by xou. : 0fSFi. .rX\11 ; ; :! 10 ., Ham.tr.n 'I "
!
Mrs. KaulerM' and MM. Ander? M)TIC'I'' ; TO tppnui sonxille, F'I.oitla. and This ntll't Ihal be publhld'. W', .r:1', 111 'i 40 Kay" Mills I::.: ''"" \t 500 ft X i rf' ,
fie
: lu Clrrult ( ....rt. Itrniir.iril Count al l in the offue four : & 1.: ', A fl S .
ut I .' palh 'f'tk l'onI8I'utl". V'i .rx" of !I.t; ; I I G 10. J. 10.r: ( 4ft r;
accompanied the teachers: to help i Kliirldat In .. :: l.n.a"l.r
Chnncrry. "Ir'ui Coin'i on or ... ; .k' in the Bradford County TeleW :2: ff X':. i'f 1 3..f I". lt of beg :; 2' 'i'

look alter the children. I Irene liabroxxski. I'laintiffs I I ay .I Max, 1-! : "I) I N WI. of WI.- 1 I I."." 21'" fr r: r Nt.f '

fStamslatx K Djbioxx.skI I IVfendant. i legations of said I '' n.itert tinISth day of \pril. I1!'.:! :1.r!'\":, I : 1. V'otard G.itil< %101 (.r ". x"i'1NE Ir,

Mr and Mrs. W. H. Edward Case Xo. '114 I taken as <'onfessed by ) ( I >o$l lr To vpnenr This notice shall be of the circuit Court 5 I. 1'\:1 P: 4? ft 210 f
Jr and children of Atlanta ; ; 22 ft
. are To: Stanislaxv I:. )i.ibroxxski; once each week for four IC :\Irrle T. Deaxer Deputy Clerk %,, I I. nC NE'Ii nf NW'1r t ( :1 J J.n, 1: ;: W 4n ft :to pt <.f

spending this week with Mr. Ed I vx-hose residence' h: :\\avliinston: :: graph weeks. In the Bradford : 4/S 4t 5'! ,. NF'. g ( Jas F, "12 S : !., \1

wards mother Mrs. W. H. Edwards street. Jersey City 2. Xexv Jersey. 11.ltpl tins 4th d...' : 0 I Iln: or \ IMMICIIOI'oit : 4 A of ,':: orX'Pj :2 : t"I.' 4 I *-, r," :it NK ("' I.r ::

i I You are hereby notified that a ( : of 6 22 4 \'K'' II' X\\ K.
OFFICIAL : : Wilbur
Sr. Mrs Edwards and her ) A. J. 111:1:1 1'Fv I
r'suit for Dh'oree'has SEAl .' IUII'r 4 t.c:;
.
I been filed the lfiu. 1il ... tsi',2 : I' uf X A ofWi i mi vu210 fi S in-

guests were visiting relatives inJarksol1'iIle against you In the above named Py :Myrtle T. Deaver ) XftTICK: IS; IIKKKBY: ':iVKV. that :, ..r X\, of ft )P: 'JIO ft : 10" ft

i Court and cause and you are re- 4 'C' .. C.av the h"lder ..f the follow i II'. 21 4 Eva to lif'fP S 22 ,
last '
t 4
Sunday. i I' .luired to serve a rouv of your an- : ..ertificateha- filed, said ear S1. I SEof' SW'1, 1lcGnnii 5.15 XI 1 .\ nf f 600 ft of 11,1. r r" '

Mrs U>uis li Hill of Florida .wer or pleading tn the complaint Noun; 10 t-i'i ; : .... for a tax: deed t.. be i""lIe ;f \i Ii I S Annie t.it norton of t;'.

Southern College in Lakeland L ; on the Plaintiff'tl"rllt')'. Xa.-li II In C'lreult Court, .. (.. >r..n.' The certificate 'I' ; )- in NE ( nf El :: Gin I::1 .3 ..f fV MI i: I ,
Douglas 503;) eirof i
issuance the
Lynch >
Huilotin.Jal'k. I'lnrlilal In de-crip-
I t'hnnrerj. .f of 5E'. tf 7 ? .
i.pent the weekend at her home' s sonxille Florida and nle tlie original Frank Pieracrini. I ;of the pr..pert and the name- ', ] F'i W by 2'j r'' of XE1; : J. r I.. # ,

al the office of th. Clerk. ..f th" Vii mia. Pieraceini. .. .. which it was a-se--ed are a., y't( X 1&'': 41t 6 :2 !Ic1 of NW .J.JK 10"In. :: 4i Iteil 1':1, ,
I 2 4i
: 1 Corn
I.e.w' ,
heieMr Circuit Court !u I Ix Wi Tyson. Jr. : .. 'n.
on before I :
or the 2nd of NWL of } 1 H 7
.. C. spent'd nllrr To .\ Certificate Vo Y..ar.f Issu I- : : o NF' : 40 Pearl Lu..t .
Y Mayo of Tampa ay of Jun#. 1952.: other iN' the al- : Vienna pnrnr.To1 .. .. ... May :31. 1950 1 :Wli 1 6 :: 27 Alex CuffimingM I.. i K."s.0 -|. r'' : .. -
several here with, 'It-Rations nf said Complaint P.. *?* 2' "f SWI ot .; .
days recently will\ betaken r..i.1.nl. ii-: 7! '. criJiol of Property X1of : \1 1 1" 1 2? EITla 1.1 .

relatives. I m confessed by you. Springfield, )( t BIk *. Gakln"d.- .: X\I. fl I :: : ..noy T." 1 of Rlk) II t" 7 22 (ilad) it r ,r. .
I This notice shall be published You are 'as-.u"hu"J i ,I j Town of Starke. Section 2""! W f Ft o NEtS, of Del '; 50 SK"S; of XF', :I ? 4) Oscar I ;1 f <,

Mis.; Linda Carter of Jackson once| each week' for four consecutive suit for Divorce' has. I .- ( South. Range 22 Fast !f\I, IC t 2: 1 Dorthy A 11.11 1 Wli J of N'WlJ :! 7 :2 4'O'u I ;1 "
I ,
villc spent the weekend with her weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph against )'nl In the 1 Name in which a:<:-e; | ': (r NWi ofSFI; U j :! 10 Vu..o JeD11. ? That portion of M' .

Court and cause and you I t f.f Pt j .% llnkenon 4 I 44 ..f fF' 1.lnl K <.f
Mr. and Mrs. atfd 'his 25th dix' of .\ ( more than one certificate fol-) ]
parents. C. F. Carter. PI'I I. 1952 ed to serve a copy : E' A XE ('nr 6 n Ernest Den nd 100 E*

W C. Phillips of Tampa spent l>ated this 31st day of :\Mari.h 1952;;: ansxxer or pleartmtf t" : l above'.)order for each additional, ('I at !F' of Sec 1 : S .12 t>aro.! nM to Tyr
OFFICIAL SKAL plaint |
\ Srn.nas. on the I R ron 10& rt for ,
dc"iIn
Sunday night with hh Clerk of th.Cir1', "..-. K. tlintif.. \1 of said property being In the f : Deed
.
parents. nf .
'
J..pJh :1 1 of I.Tadford. State of Florida. a pt hl fh"nrl Honk (V Pa ere 21 2 r:. \s
5'2 4t 5'23OTICK :; Ja"'" Z .
nlihinJ. ontIIIt'. run N 105 't Ttlk
6
Mr and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. the original in tnlt'' such certificate or WIl! i Hampton ParkIn
: shall rnlfl-I rl tflSftE; lOSIt N" '
be redeemed a f nf REV.ectlon
Mr- and Mrs. L. H. Futch accompanied > TO ,U'P.ltlit the Circuit Court on
0 law the described In 'o 0' beg 24) 6 $ 31
Irrult Court llradford County, 26th day of May, 1952:; ; property It :2 Lester Prevat SO ." SWLofVt&Wi4of,
by -Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pl..rl.lat tn ChnnerrT.lor th. allegations of srtuj i i certificate nr certificates will ('.s"" R' r ( of Sec

Kelly and son. Wendell attended L .J .\. Sepura.' PI.lntiff.'S.. Tillie xx ill he taken a. confessed I sold house to the door highest on the bidder first at Mon the I run W 3td ft for VTT'i; of SW'i S....
Segura. Defendant Thi.. pt of ?
hlll be thence
7
I : ton : 1' .
n/tl't in month bII Ir. '
of Jun 1952, whit'the h
<
the birthday dinner in honor of Case Xo ?OS>4 I .each for four j day of June. 1952. run N W 210tSl v' XW J of SE'i 2 1 22 Z. Ueu. .. i I' "'J { '

Mrs \V S Futch in Leesburg last >ntl >r Tit Appear.. I "A-eeks in the P.radford ': this Ir da* of April. 1 35 I I fl I F!to ft r'I.
To: Tithe .gllra. whose re sl-ldence graph I' 'o pt of 24 l PI-asaut 5(11
I ) A. .1. Thom b.1 4 2% a. w.eordd r.
Sunday. Mrs. Futch former j and address is 1901 l:. Dated thiISth { 8E.I Lester 11. t';
a : llthi I l day of ,| i of ( of Bradford I Tea of Rlk 2 Sunny' Pevat 24 140 5 of Hlk D J"P. I n
St. Pueblo' Colorado. I '( ?i\L\ A .1 :Lt ., _
Off'I\I. SVla
resident of celebratedher i Florida 'r" 'P ;
Hampton Tou I I i 2 t I Alberta IB ,
are hereby notified that Clerk Tyson
I I i s of j, : I. Fr..J ,
ninetieth birthday anniversary: ult for Divorce baa been filed'I '' I Bx M h rile T Deaxer 4/1S 4 5'A I : ff Rk : Runny .I. 11.4 A in SE Cor of J I' J
Against you in the above cre S n 21 6 22 H. A. Manasa SB'f X\VH &
N
named I 4
: '
i
that day She U an aunt of Mr. Court and cause and you are re.quired '%(.lr.1; In( ((nrt.hanrerr.Hradfnrd Ctmnt. W'i 4'w of nil I 5 of R %.1, 320 ft of JfRy nfSWi

F"h and Mrs.. Kelly. : to nerve a copy of your an1.tr NOTICE TO .\ : T C.ihbs. Plaintiff. x's. Arthur (. F.lA In NEii ; Kx 3 Lots to
or pleading to the complaint In rirrull Court. ,: Gibbs, Defendant & E' 1 Lot In Robt J. Dodd 1 2 _
Mrs. Paul Dinkins and Miss! '>n the Plaintiff's Attorney '1'. Frank Florida, IN (f'haneerv. Case No JO'2 \fP: .nr II! ft N & 1 : I i-f.r 1 ,

Ann Carter attended the AnthonytChapter : t. ndrum. Starke. Florida and file .nui.Yarrpn.. Illintf. .. of PuhMraflo and otlce I.IPP" f. tsv2lAftL&W L aLeide full :: 8
I he original In the office of tb; Warren. i ." E..nffllk15nf BIk :
Future Farmers of AmerT Clerk ft the Circuit Court on or h.>- Of Florida to Arthur ;U 1 'W Tarnpl.a < of rnvt Lot 3 ;dw ,
t f ore the 19th d.ty of May 19i2:; Notice To Ippear. I vxhn"i S J 'D I JBIk I 7 of Covt Lot 2 I
ica banquet which was held in ; T.I To (' "'. residence is J'I : I !: t W. C. I 1 of Qoni
'i I otherwise the allegations of said I : "nnl. are required to appear o X 1'0 ft 0' W ot Duwlal 11 so I & Dk

Anthony Friday evening of last; i ''nmp1nt will be taken as Cllnt..d 1'r resident IM: itt Person 19. 1 52. in the above name 1 I Snffl 2W i Lt Mr. f, ;
fk f
: I I j""
'I by you ettexille North Carolina., I ( and cause wherein .i HO ft of PU. IE of SW!' nfNE% Il
week. Mrs Dmkin's son, Paul Jr.. plaintf' { .
This notice shall be published I Vou arhereby div.irpe sole keep fRtkSnfR3WNW' : .4 A in N(Cor
nnce each week for four suit for Divorce, full i care.Ul ;, ,1
is Agriculture Teacher in the Anthony consecutive : and control of minor children. : /& ; of tik S "fRF"ofNE1 I I 22 ::1 t L .
and control of the r. 'I
veeks In the Bradford County, minor I Countv Telegraph ( W Fr.r .'
10
>fRSWLx 1
!hal
WI
School.
High Telepraph Plaintiff'' and other relief f 'h this Order in next : ft of HEVi

)Irs. Mae Wells and son, Ernest, rute this 16th day of April. 1J32. 1 ed filed against you in the i Isu.s j\In T"mplel SD 21 I 22 t W. C. JcCon B.n I XE'. 1 2.. 1 J Fred i.Z
OFFiClAI. Court and and I T.
( SEAL) "A J. Thomas. |, ; cause ) .Itn..: my hard and official S% of SE" ofSWH
attended the annual Home Coming Clerk of the Circuit Court quired to serve a copy of i, aStarke ., lta. .uh-dtv I.
,
|I. Florida this: April rl 'wH er 'I1 % at of KWi -
W
wer or & % .r snu .r !C :S I t; .
tn C\\ Y'I
F. Mal
Dy Myrtle I i7.aeh
service in the Middleburg'1! Deaver. Deputy Cierki : II ,f\1tadinJ. >iX ; 19Z ) t 6 I iW 5AofN13of Aj- I.
4/1S I i ( E A J Tho-msl
Methodist Church last Sunday i in 0. Jacksonville. Florida. \.'s \1 of saidf>urt I 11"1't '-It '1" XEU of SWK 1 I ". J.,,, I .

'. Wells served organist for.1 1Mr >OTICK TO 1PPUIH the original the office of kC Myrti* T Deaver. Deputy Clerk:. L-.i,t I of rlk Marie Duke 4,5' sVi of SBK of SWV4! 1 % B J .\ 1. .
as I' U
T, 111: STATB.' FLOIUDA of the Ciremt Court on or < .. P Hp!, 204-95 Guaranty Lo't" S & f of I 19 Wibr be 4 4.5 Trar-t" & 3 Pumpkin -

the day. To: Simon J. Temple deceased.Sarah :6th day of Max. 1952: > .. BM cksonville. Florida | L.V.'t r,. 6. i. of Dk 23 Dais Z.t Patch &du

Mrs. John T Wright and chil- J. Temple, hu wife! if alive; the allegations of said ) fr Plf 4/1J 4 5 '31 LO,t t 5 01 BUt Blt WillIe Mae Powell I. I Deed Book (3,
and against the unknown heirs! Saul Uanesa 4n Pare 155 Z1 I 2: w

dren. Linda anti Tommie. ofVaterbury. d detisee legatees or other claimants I ... 'I Lot a! disc r r "I
'
n4
under Sarah J. Temple If deceased IG..1. >ul-dfT :1 I
: Book 5%. Pare
\ Vermont are visiting: : and against the unknown I NOTICE I
heirs devisee, legatees Lot t 5 & U of Elk 1 Deed 57 Pall 423 2T. I I AH, r' '.
: or otter I J
,
her ),11'. and Mrs. C. R
parents, T. C. t 4i- '
claimants under Simon S. l I" hereby given I Lot t 2 of Elk r. "
Temple; that the following % 1.7'
I' described lands will be : : : I India Heath
Shuford, Bolen Hall if ali\e. and if dead I ,sold at public auction on the list day of May, Uil at Starke Lot t n of Ulk Ge 3'1i4 8 .:
against his unknown heirs devis-ees the Lot t of Elk 3 Mattie Hunt J.n Lot ItSjlxrt
Mrs. G A. Chakt>r. Mrs. Bryan ty of PYadford. State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes coun-I 1 White C.Z.a ,
legatees or other claimants underhtm Ontising as dsc In Sm8a %.5 21 .
Jennings and Mra. Ruth Bartlow I'I'of ; A. Hall also known as Angus I set. opposite. to th* same together with a! costs of truch sale and. slyer. E I eed Book 52 Page U I

relatives h alt. If aliand If dead his unknown : 2: J.dIe } > >.. 8
Middleburg were visiting heirs, devisees, legatees or CorXntice S 22 Horace I 1..1 : 3 3 :
n at Cor of
I
in Lawtey last Monday. other claimants under him; AM I Lecertpioa 9. T. R.CRF q o.u Tas''S W! of\ Calr Ii) .
h Hall wife of A Hall. also known Sr SWM &
Frank Sweat of Jacksonville attended Angus Hall if aliand if dead as 10 A inV (? afof un E 610 f S I Ir 1 25 EX N 4)
services at the Methodist !her unknown heirs devisees wa S\\'i 525 ft for a Pt be; 12 Chu U.
legatees and other claimants under ft &SbySIGit hence run 'W 50 t S 100 ft nf the N Wol )

Church Sunday morning. I h er. E W 2 run Ira, S IOOftE5Oft m f of Let K I

You will take notice that Sallie XS & S of Riv- 1 Od,1 51 t I t to pt of beg 1 22 :: A.ll of Lot I E Of E W. Roberts. '0
Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. returned :)!or. Hall. F. It. Halt SEI z Seott 4 U
Angus Hall NE .n i Rd
of SWV s u : t: 3 22
In& XEt I B. 3.
l SEt u O. Collins t I
home Cecil* Hall Walker and Alderman
Sunday after spending some : Audrey nh.tr 'j S 20 4} H T Parker w i) ft the XII'f 1. I I3
Hall Geiger of the fee simple '' 7 41 ,
lime with relatives in Jacksonville I! title to o'ner property hereinafter 'SE1. nfNEt A 2 A. ft: E of SW'4SE' J. Pw KELLY.
In SE Cor : or XC Ex
s out in this of XE1of -* : Tax
and Atlantic Beach. p as the sole Collector
Xotce.
| heirs at law of 111. deceased, XEV; 1 6 2) 4: Jesse: Lee Laz-riby : j j : w 4i it 21 1 2 Eugene Hunter 5; 4;1 Bradford County. F: .r'u


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
I FRIDAY MAY 9, 1932 P.UFTF;
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I Homer Rodeheaver, Baptist Church f fMother' Church of God I| rtXTECOST.\IIIUUXESS TIIEKI:> \ invited t t'n,1: th-:

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(1IIa"'TI.nit i U( II : .t. ': I d.': :.;
Noted Musician, .- Day and Family Day ; 8th & St. Clair Sl3. Sunday School 10 a.ir. .. 'l''r' "tole t .e id! :; '
Here Sunday Night will be observed at the First Baptist \, !I Sunday School If a.m. Morning Service 11 &.m. :- I" :\, 1",1: :,,_ : ,'. .
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Evening Service 7; <3rt I ,1\ _" : i) .
of Starke this Sunday morn ; pn I: :: i i' F\ : : >,Ii't.",:!,,,
Families will sit together and'' ;Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m f'r'lY. !t'.I'.: U' !li".": ii'
I ing.
the ober\'anci Y.' P E Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m n.s" i- .,' .r I n.h: ,;.,- -, :: : .' '' : '
be recognized as ] -- : ': : : =. ::= : .. ::
I of Christian Home Week come Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 30 pm'7; 4 t I
f Y,, i S P.M.:
Sunday
4 to climax. Oldest and younge-t t ii
I At The TabernacleMother' a
Christian Church .
I mother and the largest family I./ -, -. -: -- -.'.- .-.. : : \ I "HOUSEHOLD SALVATION"This
First Christian extends a cordial; Day will be observedat 4 4 present will receive gifts Cradlt
Invitation to everyone to attend, the Tabernacle Sunday with ap Roll parents will receive special! is a tnessaye:: for all the famiK. i'onuhrinjj \ un..' ,

all Church services. I propriate music and messages m-'ignition. Pastors message. "1 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starker and join in our !vpedal "Famih Nit h'" ohst> \ ,mn'

at 10 Also the Youth Meeting on Saturday The.. UVd. will close with a renewal Special Free gift In the famil kith the most pre. 'n,
Bible School begins a.m.l
will feature a Quizon of that blessed #"- f- -- r-." -,** *r *-,**,-,###*--
memory
evening ir
Thi3 Sunday being Mothers Day; U.T.I'. 7;
the entire Bible School will be Bible Mothers, some recitations ociaThe Church Choir will Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor ::00 P.M.

given over to the Mothers, whe i I I I music etc. Each young person IF bnti -pe.'uil and appropriate mu Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton

of the I requested to memorize thl' name sit' anl1''hr- Carol Choir will sing PHONES: Office 231 1- Pastorium 130 ,
will Morning have worship charge services program.begin at'I of a Bible Mother and some outstanding th I'-.' arory hymn, both choirs f J J ,, *- -. -., -- .,..- --.-.-----##- BOB JUAY.;} Pastor

Lord's at event or circumstanceconnected dir .fd h\ Mrs. Mona Canova.uirn Morning Service "I Thee Wed"
11 a.m. with the Supper Bible School 10) A.M.
with same and tell it tc \i Julia Lawson at the
11:15. Followirg the morning; Evening service "The Christian in Today's World"
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service a basket dinner will be the group Saturday evening:: Book organ t <: Ms Janis Dansby at Morning Worship 11 .\.:\1.I .
l will also be heard the ------ -- ..
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reviews he 1)lIl r I rsrfl..aef.nflee#### # "
baskets filled "BEHOLD
Bring your THY MOTHER !
,:l sand have been made S SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.. 7:30:
that the
join in the fellowship. ; book awards r'n !fa"t.i' -; message at : : P1. I

/ Evening services begin at 7 p.m. I Revival fires have been burning o dll'k Hrtppv Hour will be the Sunday School 0:45: V.M.: Training Unions (6:15 j : : I'M. I ( ome \ ounl.:. come old. HtMiiliful t'ur.tLLe! : will Iw :Li.o i

with Christian Endeavor. All throughout the week in the sevI \lat :.n the series on the Home M1IMVEEK, SER\ ICE WED ESDA Y. 7:30:: P.M. to t penal mother in nur murnint.: xi-nut-i
I ices and "blessing come dots n! A- Th..' Christian in Today's World"
Dr Homer Rodeheav-i
young Worship people services are urged begin to at attend.8 p.m. \ pravers went up." singer trombonist and evangelist noted, The chapel choir under the dire,' \ ISIT THE CHURCH[ WITH THE VISITING PASTOR M IlShin Ol'l. N -

lion of Miss Alice Lawson will' >- .I I .
will '
which time rather than the present a musical < -- -- o ..
at ( ILtM1'TOXl'1I1tl'Tl.tN 11, program the bring the special music The pi -- -- .; '. __. .. __ : ,'-- -n' : -' C. :\ .:?
usual ) Dr. Homer RodeO Sunday night May at
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message iimni( ._ .
anoorganduo will lead" ( th r heaver, famed singer and evangelist First Christian Church at S p mRodeheaver f:ivorit* -- .-'"<0.. .' .__.' __ "' '".' ___' _. -
will present a musical pro. i, Bible School 10 a in., Morning the "Singt of the gregatiun singingof
gram. Everyone i? invited to at Worship 11. CYF 7 p.m. Evangelistic j Sawdust Trail", gained his greatest hymns and chore! Sunda
at 9:43: and will feature
School meets :
tend. services! p.m. Wednesday I prominence a few years agea ,
Bible Study 8 p.m. I II > the associate of Billy Sunday the visitation of Mother
Presbyterian ChurchSunday : and with him conducted services i the Departments and Cla se'On. -
Attendance has been good at al' .
I in nearly large city in the .' Wiggins is Associate Superintendent
every
School at 9:43.: : I service We invite you to come I T ARLING
United States. It is estimated in charge: Training
Friendship Class 10. a.m. I and worship! with us. i:, that Rodeheaver has led more than|I I Unions gather at 6-15: with .f T c Quantity
11 a.m. Morning service con- to have Bro
I We were happy I 170,000,000 people in song and! : Lawson director. The program will
:acted by Rev. L. A. Shepherd. I .
J. B. Dixon of Jacksonville bring directed as many as 50,000 voice be in keeping with the them for
Youth Fellowship Sunday evening II
7 the morning message; last Sunday at one time.Through ':. the Day. "Our Family"The .
at p.m. t, Rights
John Childress, Ministei: his personal magnetism Pa-stor. Rev H me- and GROCERY & MARKET
and the sheer charm of his music several members of the i-hur.-b U

:i he never fails to win an enthusi will attend the Smithi-m, B.tpti-i
I a.-tic audience. 'Convention in Miami' ..limny r fl.

I iI ': week and Rev Wilbur Si..!" .' 'E! Reserved

t t When Is a .-', I Ii i Methodist Church again be in charge of, thr .Midweek Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Starke, Fla.
'fl' serviceVedned.ix' 74"

Nation Strong? t I The First Methodist Church oj f:, A cordial invitation 1.> >'XI,'llIlp-fi! These Prices Good Fri. and Sat., May 9 and 10 ,

Starke will! paa special tnbuti to all!, both visitor end n.- MI! '11'
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t'doci
: to mothers on the 11 K; alike to join in th1*? hour if

I :.* /ff > \ church service on Mothers' Da;S,worship' at the First Bapt- of .. '' _
A nation is when flowers! to the oldest t ,. . .:; .' .' -. '' _' -
: strong : its people are by presenting Starke. -- < -- -- : -- co" .: 11 : :: j! willing to fa e'the:c1 1enqes of life, asking and youngest mothers present am I'jt i 'i

no quarteri and giving' none; daring to number to the mother of he immediate having the memberof larges!t t,: St. Edward's Catholic Swifts Premium Any Brand

'!, meet and overcome, .. ;.the. .. hazards life presents her family present. All three> Rev. Richard Lyons, pastor.
1 ; choosing to ieny:themselves certain : choirs of the church will sing am d 1 I Sunday Mass at 9'15 a. m. Picnic C Tall

| material sec rity;yaJli r)than risk the loss the Rev. Mr. Mitchell will preacl:i Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. 3 5 7 C
Confessions Saturday 7 30 to
of \
the subject, "The Influence :a L 4
I of freedomrpOTin? t their,way as they go, on Christian Home." A cordial in. *::30 P.M. i' HAMS

I thus keeping aoJreaijCmd demanding. that i vitation is extended to families lr, Children's Catechism Classes MilK
4:00) P.:M. ,LB.
their governmn practice as rigid econ attend this service of worship together Wednesday : 2 FOR

omy in its functions as they do as citizens on Mothers Day. I

and individuals. J : "' The Sunday evening service a t I Church of Christ ,- .- '. .. -- .. .
S p.m. will be devoted to a pane!! Corner 10th and :McMahon: .- ". .. .' ..... - -.--.' .- .--'-.. ,
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Those were the challenges successfully discussion of "The Family" wit!!r. -
:[ Bible School-10 A. M
met,by our fathers, and forefathers! Mr C. S.. 1'artin serving! ath..i i I, Preaching A.\I and 7 30 Large Flat
\ chairman. This is part of the em

When a Citizen Ceases to Practice, Self-Reliance., pha.-id making that National the local Family church Week i:,. j P.each Prayer M.Wednesday Meeting 7.30 and: P.Bible M Stud


and Control 'of.,His Government.' It Takes Con- May pating 4-11.in the Among panel discussion those partici wil:I Everyone welcome. 2 5c I 1 0 C

trol of Him! : *- : V/:: be Harmon Morgan, county Schoc!i nirnni: or ,.IESISOF ClIlaTr TIDE SALT

..d. ... t ....;;;r: .. .. .... ::. Superintendent.-T E Slade, Mr>: r I.YTTKj DAY SAINTS EACH 3 FOR

Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties. W. D Sewell, :Mrs. Bynum Perkim: Masonic Temple, Call Street
Donald Richie and Anne Cresslei Sunday School every Sunday
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Also part of the emphasis on th f morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Serv

family is a very attractive liters ices 6:30: p. m. A cordial invitation L._: '- 'H ,. .. .. = :,-.,' :.. .' =- ,_ '. -___ .:.': '.' ::: :: .,;f-: '. -.tf: -=--=:-=..::*: ;
INSb lure display prepared by Mrx II t!' is extended to all.
('. Ritch and Mrs M.V.. Cres
( FLORIDA' BANK at STARKE -ler.hich may be viewed, in th Methodist: Youth Fellowships will 1000 Sheet Apple

t 1 narthex of the church. The publiis c meet at 7 p.m. Sunda\
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y MI ,M 1 l R J cordially invited to attend th f I Wednesday t'Vt'ninglay 14 the Scott
Illemoer rtoriJalulional (
jroun pan I diMiis-inii\ Sunday eveninjMa Study of the Book of Act'will be C
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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA

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BHS Wins First Game In TourneyBy Berry Auction 'GIRL SCOUT NEWS i! Primary Election to be held Tuesj I j|i By Order of the Board of County i i SnUre TO Appenr. | al! in the office of the C!. t k

I day May 27 A. D. 1952; in the Commissioners of Bradford CoonS To H..I"n! Christopher whose rtsideti circuit Court on or beflaktii ..--. .

I The regular nweting of the Girl various Precincts of Bradford I ty. florida May 5, A D. 1952. .-'' 110. Skylaid.; North Carolina dt'f i T '\ti .
Ends and whose _
address
Saturday I Is: p. o. HSk --'; .
P. K. 6 To 3 i" L .1 ., ..
Defeating -
Yonge ; i Scout waheld Friday afternoon ,; County. Florida: A. J. THOMAS. Clerk' > laud, Xinth Carolin. ... ,ir
'I IAndr. U lv>iit.,1 v. ',.
'at St. Mark's Episcopal Rectory II I I'rrrlnrt >o 1 l.mUrr Circuit Co..n. Vt u arther.. l.y notified that a This notice rtiali ,

Bradford High advanced. to the for four tripi to the plate i Thi.- Saturday. Main vl1; b? Plans were made for an overnightI I .-\\' J \V.Ik.-ron. ('lerk'F I fid lilt' f.'r>' divorce, has been each week for four oeonce <. '"j. 1
au.i'i
UUckburn. H c Harley Carl F \\1 1'1 the altonam.- .
semi-finals of the Conference I The Tornadoes found their form ''the last: day of the --tiawbeiry I to Kingsley Lake in the near JT.Carter and Charles-. Dinkm. In- flTlrt: Til \ITIVlt: ril i'1111:1: 141.1! : m,.e ant > i>u are rel trtJ.h weeks: In the Bradford C.. .:. .,
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I II In Circuit ('''..rt. II md lord ( ounl 'I'l s ii I i -. \ i i ]I'i\ ..f \ .tir ..iiii .
tourney being played here by a I again after dropping two straight auction at the StarkiFarmerc future. Final plar.s will be made IPrtttrI'r.4inet| > .. In ('ha n"l'rT. y.FlorlIst 'It. 1.1. ..' _- f. th. i-. :1\|.11. T !I' .' .I, I h> ..1"t' '

6-3 victory over P. K. Yonge of Ian week and tying the State Market for this season. The bulk 1 next Friday. Following the meetS I I I :\ Dayhlrt. Z North !Clarke l.loyd If I"hr''I''l'h.' ) P'.i.ntHelrn : ,- 1 .I I''I,. % 7 .. I IH 'F I t ;. .'. \f! t ... I -
r. :n. I"i'y
Chi I-;'.pli'T I'-r.-t.l ; .' .
ill!
Gainesville Wednesday afternoon. Farm team. Ketterhnus won 11- of the local berry deal is now j ing refreshments were served by j C A. Futch. Clerk; M L Conner '' l"Ir -". :% 'l ..' 1"': "' i il i 1..t {I' .1..1"1"\i:"

Delano Thomas pitched 3-hit 2; Palatka whipped the locals goingto frozen food processor l Vida Jean Gentry. Mary Agne I i I Minnie F.ldon L.al'lRdman Tyus. Alice I"K t'nderhill Stuhlmis.,

ball to the visitors under a broil- I 9-5 and it was a 7-7 tie with the and manager R. E. Johnson .tate i Matthews and France. Landrum. I'I Raleigh V Crosby A. U. Whii-- .'- -- -

tag sun. Ilia team mates rapped' Farm team. Ketterlinus outhit there is not enough volume to continue Any girl ten years of age may head. Inspt..-tors To The People of

Inderson of P. K. for 11 hit3. | the locals 11-8 and capitalized on the auction.Mr. to the % Iihthift: ., DRIVE
come meetings on Fridayat C. A. Futch Clerk : K 1.1\\'< .nV I ELEE'S

Bradford scored one run in the numerous: Tornado errors. Testor.. Webster buyer for the 3:15: in the St. Marks rectory. M. EdwardP (:r..n. :NI-.I/ Bradford County S THEATREI E
IN
Dobbs, H. K. Tyu.s, lnsp' tors I
Irst inning but P. K. tied it up Van AKtine and \Vmkl divided Breyer Ice Cream ( o., has advised i
( Preelneto. 3 *nu1k"tiirke
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n the second inning and went ; mour d duties. Palatka touched that he will be unable to continue ; Lioness ClubThe iv.. Haye.s Clerk. L H Outlaw!

ahead in the third by scoring twc i j Vinkler and Coley for 6 hits but taking strawberries from the I lcide llazrn. ,Colton Jr., Inspector Haze; Pauik, T rI I E KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 4

more runs. The Tornadoes evened here again. the defense fell apart. Starke market after tonnage dropr 1 ,, 4
Lioness Club will meet in Precinct 'n.I Crnham ------'-------------- ------------------ ,
things up again 3-3 in their half The Tornadoes got 5 hits off Mast. below 100 crates per day on account the Lion's Den Thursday evening, Carl Jones, Clerk. K.uilla| Uobern. 1

of the third inning and went ahead! Palatka hurler. of transportation cost. ; May 15. at 7:30: o'clock for the Alex Inspectors.T. help and John L. Ward j' FlU. S.\T. >m i H.> 10 :

for victory in the fifth inning i j The regular schedule ends next During the past week 294 crate regular monthly meeting. Hostesses -I Precinctn.. .". llnmpton '

scoring 3 runs on 4 hits. Sidney week with the sub-district game of fruit were sold for the fresh I*. I>. Dyal ClerkV.. C Burton. '' E "JUST THIS ONCE" :
I for the evening will be Edna J. U. P.larkman and G. C. Cux. In-
Jackson banged out 4 forI, twc being played here May 16 against market at prices that ranged! siectrs. .

singles and two doubles, while Lake City.Palatka. I from S4.03; to $g.60 per crate Theweek's Wells. Katie Wainwright and Jc i'rcclnrto. C Therm Janet I.l>i-h.: Peter 1..1\\ ford. Lewis Stone
W. S. Sibley, Clerk; Iet'ait-J C.M h.
Thomas was getting three single defeated Ketterlinu. revenue from fresh market Fillingim. .
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I rail. \\'A-\f B Cnann }>l L P i .
I 5-1 night. sales .....a.- $l. b1.91. ham. Inspectors 4
here Wednesday
-- Preriiirt ,... 7 Nen Hhl'r St'X.. :MON.: Tll'S.1.: : .\r 11. 12, 13: :
the
BBS played Palatka Thursday! Durirg same period 616 21 .
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I W.C.T.U. '1. \\iRgm.s, 'lltk. Flank; !1.
: night. but score was not known at quart crates and four 3'5-pinf T..mliii-n 1 I K L Kell: M' ., ', IIi. i iI iI : "ROOM FOR 3
\V}: DON'T S\Y T1IVT A ONE MORE"Cary
,
Television Tips"CHMLES" press time. crates were sold to the processor.- I II. -i t 1./. Pa i rl.h. Insp.'i I. i .
DUINKEK; LACKBUAIXS.. BITE Precinct N... s llnmkrrI'iM.I .: 4
: at 20c per quart. giving growei .. .. .
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The winner plays Seventh Division I i J \\ : i ;! .ri.t C" > 1 I '
Friday ;1 a return of 299384. \\ : 1)0 S\V THVT 1'11"101t.: : ini I I r: T. --. ", I' ,i i iI t r (;rant. Betsy Drake 4
m New Smyrna -
winner
The season's HE: DRINKS: THE :MOKE: I1F I II "'. i- I I- 4
gross revenue fnn" 4
berries now stands at $191.275 3. TEND:* TO ItIIN THEM.:: WEI. Tlll'K.: :\1.\r 1 II., 1 If.; 4 4

(XAT1OXAL VOK E) .
-- rt'pre"t'ntingthl'! saltof 21.96))? I am sincerely grateful to

3G-pint crates, and 1107 21-quait MIIICI: 'I U \i'ri\it FRIGiDAIRE you the people of Bradford 'SAMPSON AND DELILAH"

I kuiII1Mr crates Anythirg below a In Circuit ( ..,.rl. HritiKoril "iintj. 4
ff ? ? : quarter rioriil.t: I I" (rhmirer County. for haxin electedme 4
? of million dollar :
l a is considereda M.i\ .l.i. "I.- I'l.im'.ti 1 I I \ "f'.1 -In Technicolor 4
to serve as your next 4
By "Shorty"(1ixri1I "very eason". Adversweather .1.1. ..I" i"d'I..1.1I1' TIIEHE'S JUST ONE:
poor :: I lled\I I
( '.1" N. "I! county judjje.: I will always La.Marr Mctor 'Iat I un'. C .1'0.( :>..tittItlp. ... 4
conditions .. 4
"C CHIPS AizE DOWN kept berry Ni.llre T. Appear.To FRIGIDAIRE ___ 4
HEN THF regard election
plants here from coming into full! Y'I fa J.ii'oh-. \\ h.-,. i. d.| M.> i : my aia I'I T _4- _

irs TIME TO GET YOUR and addl"- ." .is. :-i::!: K 17 ..i.t .--1" sacred trust bestowed upon
nrodur tion -
. at any one tune during :Made
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only by (;General
Bronx, New 'i. K
'COURAGE UP/ the. season You are In'? .-Iy n.t.fieil. thaI a :Motors: Corp. -=. All other me by the people and \\ illfl'g'ard I I

A light volume of other commodities Milt for divon li, is h. en fil.it myself as the people's '
against you in t h.- above num.Court .1! Electric Refrigerators: are
I ''has been handled at the and CUIMainl, you nrn t.iuir '. senant. I will constantly My Sincere THANKS
made by other
T market < d to MIM .1 i "I'y| of > ir a'i.MVer companies
including Red Bliss pota 'lie .. stri\e t to conduct
or ideadiim\ to' et and cannot the word
i toes. Tender Green and Roger en th.Plaint iff- .Y 101"11"'r use myself and the affairs of
Frank Laniiruni. :.1I1 kc. I-'l.irnl. Frigidaire.Yant : To The Voters of Bradford County
Long Deans and Yellow Crookneck -
and file the original in the offuf: your county judge's officein
.
.. .." I squash. These manner
a
10 @ : I follows: dr otherwise l.t-fore the the'ith allegation.lIy..f: .Inn.* of' 1.-.u.i< ] A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE prove that I am worthy of for the Large Majority Vote

I May 3. -3 cratesquash at $2: Complaint will be taken a> confessed :
----------- the honor that has been
by you. ?
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5 crates squash at $1.50 ,
:
shall he P'ilui-li.l! "
This notice
"\Ve get a BANG out of each: four .,,,''uti\ bestowed upon me and the ,
S. May 5-16 crates Tender Green once each week for con
( -? new customer w..koin the Bradford County Tel\ THEN SEE great confidence that > OU :
beans at $275 5 crates
I ; squash at I
$1.25; graph.Dated this 7th day of I.IY. 1 1V! :' have shown by electing me II I

-" OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas-, E. H. SMITHTenth
such
by large majority.
I a
May 6 28 crates Tender Greer Clerk of the Circuit 4'..ur!

You'll be impressed by our I beans at 2.93: ; 2 crates; squash at ly Myrtle T. Deaver, !>.-'...... '"' '" Sim'l.rl'l i '
5 !I H 0 and Temple Ave. ) .
friendly attitude and our $1.30. -

eagerness to give you serv- I' May 7 257 crates potatoes at Circuit-semen Court TO llrnilfuril APPIJKlii "ountji Starke. Fla. 7'1. Yaicn.i .

We never let you down. That's! ice you'll like. | $1.80. i 'loroI:1I; : In ('hnmerv.F.ihir I J
,,
1'limtiff.l -
Total .l KIchanI N>nl -rl
to
revenue paid growerfI ,
left to the undertaker. \ TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTT \s Ii ,ii.t Neutiert. ] >, Icnil.iinCa.e e S
I week : S5.3S1.SJ.Annual .No 9124 I '

LBBYSales / ,, \.To-'I.T I Irma T.. \nnenr.Xeulicrt whose rcsi- 'i [ I'M NOT MAD i-ANYBODYI ; ,

Chas. C. Shepherd I Fogging <1 l.-n-- and are addro.s hereby i ii-. notified I'nknovMi.You that. a I

suit for Divorce haohl"11 filed I \
I & ServiceLAAAALLAAAAALAAAAAAAAAA ; To against you In the above named I j WISH TO EXPRESS TO YOU TilE PEOPLE OF :
Guaranteed Soon
Ii ; Begin ('.nit and cause and you are required This Office Shall Continue To
i i to serve a copy of your anQwer -. t HRADFORI COUNTY :MY :MOST Ht'MHLE:: THANKSI \

RADIO & TV i i' or pleading to the complaint T I ; FOR THE WOXDEIUTI.'OTE YOU (;.\\'EIE.: I :

Kaiser Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP : Koggmir: .fo mosquitoes \\ iIl be ,Frank.n the Landrum.Plaintiffs Attorney Starke. Florida lion. i ALSO WISH TO TH.XK1.1.. OF :MY FRIENDS FOR Belong To The Good

Sales" and SenicePh. ton in th. ni'ai futuie. Count).' ;and ile the original in the office ol' | PeopleOf
THE SPLENDID SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT(
Sanitarian Jak Trawick an. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on m r i
239 Starke Temple Ave. Ph. 32 I nouncedesterda Trawicl, 10.-(".... thr !91h da>' of i ii ii'I!t2:! THAT THEY GAVE :ME DURING MY CAMPAIGN.: I
Mr
> otherwise the allegation of saw. Our County.
6 "J J
wants everyone to know what i::r Complaint will\ be taken as confess\ I C.ASSURE YOU THAT I SHALL DOJ ,
I ed bv you.
going on when fog start; rolling: I This notice shall be fluhllhN| ,J EVERYTHING: :\ :MY POWER TO MAKE'Ot' TilE t
.. '.' week. for four i'o'eeUtiWlweeks
.0 there will be no "fal e alarm'a nnce each !
SERVICE I in the Bradford County T..le.E "GOOD(; CLERK" THAT I PROMISED.: I

WINKLER ELECTRIC a result of folks thii.kmg< grit ph. YOUR I'UOHLK.MS, AHEIY: I'KOHLEMS( AM I ,
of May. 1'1OFFlC1.I. : ;'! !
this Thlay
fog i smoke:; ft urn a fire 11011..1
I II
1. Clerk. SKAL of )the A Circuit.1. Thoma.-'our Charles A. Darbv. SHALL HK CLAD; TO \ OUIVFI'IE) YOU ON YOl'K

L. Crosby D,,n.tv 'len 1 ;
Enos Hayes Joins 1yIariall :0 !. 4t a ..' I INDIVIDl'AL) I'HOBLEIS.LO) : (: WITH THOSK:

ZENITHRADIO ( Paid Pol. Adv.) :

I Pensacola Firm %xvrirn(, .\...rcnIn I ---- ----,--- -------,,-, .I rncTLouu: ; ENTIRE (,()lr'\Tr.!
i Circuit Court, IIra.lfortJ County
Irioriilnt In Chancery.

William Enos Hayes. youn;g f; Iarl'io' Stanfill; Caiinil.ell. I'l.untiffs
: ': \' WillMin 1'rk.-r Campbell.\ I Infsnilani ;
Stark.
attorney has
a''CPptl'dfo.itlOn p I 'a.- -N" "I Ir. -
and .
S.4 as assistant to Count y.. Notice .. \pprnr. E. ConnerSTATE

Solicitor John L. Reese in Pensa,I' | To' William Park-' Campl" 1 11, Doyle
Sales Televisionllld 'Whos,. irldctlce is' I'llkll-.w" II t I''
cola, and assumed his duties Moil'1- ttlio'last knoun address ,1- .l.t, KIsoli

Service Tennessee.
dayMr You are hereby notrTUd that : REASONABLEcnur REPRESENTATIVE
Hayes who was admitte' has I..n C,1.' ,
'ci. Divorce
, uit for
-- -- .,
tn the bar on July 28. 1951. th f !against you In the above n-in-: ,1 1
: Court and cause and Y"IIrt' rienuired -- -es attended with the finest 'of.sincere
221 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 1 day of his graduation from th to nerve a copy of \-ur all. ( Paid Po) \ I

I j University of Florida. was ,. swer "r Plendtnff to the con.M'"t : serving bring to us the friend- I,
pre I the Plaintiffs Attorn.-\ /"Ii I n I

STARKE, FLORIDA I Denied as an assistant solictor i iI r | l'"" :las. ;,41" Lymh P.uil.lini I : .l.n I K ship of the great: communities which d'1

I illt Florida and file I H" "imi-i: '
the Court of Record at Pensacol i 'n\
31 .
nfl nflpeeeeaansessrflnnneneejT ''al in the c.ffice of the Cltik" .f Hi> \\e serve.
1 Monday He the ..f '.'l I I .
morning I is son oMi I ,',r."it Court on or l--foi.- th>
.
I .ind. :Mis KV Hayes o)If lav ot .tun.. II!>"i2.: ,,111..1'\\ I'.- 1 Hi- ...1 :
l.-K.ttions of said roiiiilainl| will I I.I I-"

.; : T. : ; Stark.- I! taken as .-..nr..'...." I li>' > ou
I This notice shall nei ...lhllo\h.\ DeWITT C. JONES
i once: each week for four ronsecutlv'wpek ,<
Slade Elected I' in the Bradford County Tele- Phone 7 Starke Fla.Funeral .

I graph
Head Of StewardsT 1 Paird this 7th day of Ma9' SEAL) A. J. Thomas I,
SI.VOKR: SKWIXO, Machine Company. I OFFICIAL ,. .
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nrcnlt C"urt
Clerk of the t.I I
l.aklt City "' 101., l'li.jn Ss ). I I I 4
I C1 >rlri
:MATTRESSES II Slade M.inan I. Crosby, Denntv
uaelected Chair Hy
will r.-I'ar y 'mi inachtnc. .n *ii I s-s .1 5 :,, : Director Ambulance Service }
C"I' .-..fl4 Itlon reuHonabli- \\'.. OF .\I.L KI nsHEO'ATEn iii.iii? of the Board of Stewards ol tj-

t u'>ur v her only% ioe t>>|Uh'>U-k> uji 1I.4.an' '.ldeliery I the First Methodist Church ol .,. "I" "('."\Lt.? of CitiintCuiiiin,'ult 1111I" -, "Ionis i Our local funeral home enables 03 to offer conveniences ana : I IJ$1

nrrvt.-e upon request. Starke in the annual flection held\ Klond.i, services not otherwise available \
of B :tdford Count v. I
New SiiiRcr iiuichin :
are jvailuhle ; I : J
on leannn-ilile term 'iEi'c :Monday evening. May 5. ''i\l\ ?"'" live .sealed bids until !i-I I _
{fcr'frK 1! \)1 o'. I... k on I"n"aIa)' .1 ,- ,-, -- -- ----
L. D. Vinir. was elected o> ; :
i ".'.' construction; an-l in
FOR nunOKT-MIXDED lrije i I'" for th.- 'I'
-100( Kn
on fine rat;-. .-nifiu? p.tuT| and C E. Hernwall TreaMirer -! ,I..t: iinil. i KK.und. ,"'alll'It.. .-ll I i1" i accept AiNY life insurance policy in force. !issueby ANV \\ -
only $16 l 9i I'.radli.Ml C-mntv FrH I N ITlJHE '-;,iniivsoti I.ake. of a u.'ll\ basin t will 1 h \ _
Telegraph tf They will take office as oj! .1 manuall i>|1), it'"l Ii? -off. ain,1 I I company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral

1-ul''I..ft'M',1| andKefliiUhed June 1. the beginning of the churcl' with, and inlet I'll'i .- ami s, reen. i,' 1 Consultation carries no obligation.WANTED. '
En\'F.I. OAS lUCKIUCKKATOUSIteguUrly : : ,: J .
'II'd,' io',. all a- i,,-r plan am'I _
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''fiscalear Mr. Slade haservct
1rj.cd at $:: :J"$ ;9;, I'. ;J." ] .' ---------------------------- -- # .. <
irwaljlln" fit- MI the Uffl.I.f
M" : on
.,l to n. ll at IK1\ *:. Y"'; ,'.w'! > the l'h'lrmdn of the Finance '
beat this 1I.Sl11.TTm.S: : CO. is I the ( \\t'r" of s.uil l.-ir.t. tilt- ion- 1 -
one Slade Oa-4: i'.i -
"onnut ti .. i-t the Board lor th( 'I Ir... tor to furnish all lab..i .nnl .i..' ,
K,\ 230) Talatka Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
.
lol- -
trial for a < omplet \ MIIth.
JMDIOS KEPAIRKU past thiee ytarBand .-. Hoard furnishes at Slarke.' 'J"r! 4 4I

All "al.n11 Model I Id... the r.iiire| '''l fr.nlanized pip i
llmiiuunble rhiiriiei. cunrnnteedl IS'"i1. s\l.i: ;.....1 ,KJS r. r r" i.ii", mati-rial \"Io.III'.r finani-lal reilm

\". t'. "niriiiiiii: st'\- .t hti ttat.r. h.. u.i _\11! Fund Reaches '.."," satixfai'torv to thHo.uil
TU3.: \\'. Call "t. Murke I'h. 5tfl III" .... ,.t.1) $t.t' t.| XI ill. -.,li -. .VII. I.1hall IMfurniheil! \It\ e.-n II I h
.neiv? ,:. .1 MI I :IMI i t > ..,u. i. r ,. ,
Total of $915.61 ,,1."I"f. aMnl th.l"iird I reI \ thi <
,
1..1!"'r )I'li.'iu- "< :'. ifFoil : I
Von 4.,1.1: \n 1"r tii.in.i; si t right to reject any anti\ i'l\ l.nl- -
IlKhl1-. \\.11'"! I. ittiAgtt. It..l-: >ll.ll>1 K- i i' 1ltiMay :"., 19": EXPERIENCED -----J
Tlinim.s SMrKe, KU KKXTapartnii'iit.: ': r'''.t.| fill III-h. d Moro than half of the $1.500 M II. HAIIKKI.I.. _.
",ln '. 'I i ",nf.i iialili- /t..ds.! -
Chan ..r .I'I\ I 1'.. "'l --
.-i.. I'M. t.niKSi. ,',011 si iii ui .- E: n.'edfd t t.ir a<1l1t10l1almif"rms for man i : --

!-t! $.\I.I': .," 1.. "n.ld"I hlo't..... .iikf. ?l.tk.. I. I' Ki.Ktfd r..id' 1', the BUS Band has been raised b> I :
ISc each. Also cement mortar mix in.1. t.h,MI--. \\idi sign' alXli gii.l .. ;: SEWING MACHINE' __ _
and steelnuln\\ > I'.i.ail font Knglncerlni l '."i 1 \\ ) ii ii. I Itnx.k.-itlf Apt-, I, the Band Parent .\.-.."cia tion. i it NOTMI: or i-iuM .:I:"I". .'0],
.; ('.. 4t S 'U Hi Tin: ('I u..i-tt; or rnitTio* 01
was announced this week- Thr
fIn: r\I \.' !THIITV

APAIITMKNT 01: H"XT--4 WIn.iutre i r.i' J. n .61 an.!1 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKKV' :: >
I, ,. ., ., .. \
M.iili.son. at Chamber of ii \ "".1: 101 It was raised afollows: i th.it thZoard OPERATORS
('mmr-e tf <' 'II 1.1MI 1111';" I : of County Commissioners ,',f
Payment by Democratic Executive .. .. .
tI.i-:" 'j" i .1. .imiFlorida upon thf ,
FOR S.I.IUY OWliJ.n-IOthIOO; ; 1.101' Onk l-:>nrh \\ rilnr. ..ili.rI'aliilkn Committee for playing at f petition of qualified! land .own.

corner 101 T ('. IVmnsey Kt. I. riu-h 'lhnri.ilin. .i "'-ill; at I II I oo M I I l'C.2.:;:! at its ,.1(.1fitI'
IVx Starke Fla. X. CherrySt political rally. $15!'. Board oj! "..
475. in the ( .nnt"rl Uoiis.I,
1lI:1 IN:: i r. i ni ni-.ii.-ii tuo ia i For and Double Needle
4tchg 5'H:! I l...mi li..ii-. autniiiati. lint \\.tt.r- County Commissioner.-. $150: i!Stark.itradf..r.I c..untv. Florid:, j Single

.. .. foi PJ consider and det.rmine whetj.rnot i
\VACATION" ton of North Carolina li .iri v. I n.-il ( .I' l.-i-irii. t.\\.> School Board $300; programs ,,
the C'ountr111 \aiate ali.ind"!n, ,
at 1'innacle Inn, Manner Elk. N. Mr> J i I' Sixinnu. Xi..I'th'ltl.. I' II rally. SS7.55; profits from refreshment ,. d.Kcnntfnue and <'I,,-.. the h-reir

C. 4000 ft. up In the scenic wonderland >i'_;tn 1' sales at rally and electioi I after described>rt i..n" of ) t '...-t
of weMern North Carolina. -

comfort. \% h*fine rt' >'.foods u'll find""reasonablerate leisurely I'I OT"'I' 'I t LI i: SKfl'lMTlKSKireprouf : :: ; day booth. $::S.06. land' whether and or dis'laim l not; i the any Countv richt wi'renounce j: : Machines
fr-ilccio
You can lu a lot of nothIng Security Rox. The fund was further increase! the County and pulliin and to an, ;
beautiful '.
Ian: h.i'.y duty steel
If you choose or you mayprefer I' "land I or interest1 thrsjyt..itatI --ii
box. Jlrtli:!: iihix i.kiJradfurd by proceeds from the Band Concert
*ports and recreation nuohas i"n BradC"r"1111 v Florida. I'h\\ i
lawn Ramets Inking; fl>hlnK.t'nnis "'..unty 1V1.sni'li, tf Thur>da>' night. but thi:" AM! of PinS'ri't .-\.pt th- -:. I

swimming. and good poUf 1 -'- I known f.-."t nn.l Ih."ph:; :Iii f....- ,:
..ur... near hv 4t SKGUXKUOCS KOI1. .\I.F.I'ql:11' k K..JI ,011I amount was not at prestiple. tHhh..n' !ltr..t. and aH:i 'hat p..rtii:T i Pleasant Conditions In ANew

dili..n. lUdi.. aiut llt.Urr, $3oi ; ;;11. I .
UnWAUP for informa- I i S>-.. K ton Jurd.in. :''..rt.... UUlldOupoh' (I"r i,1..1 1 Staple 4 of Plnrk Htrert" that and ill II".t that p-,:: Factory Ii
ton leading to the recovery of yi", :: 1t'hLi I I
II..n of Matfni.li.i Sire.'' .
th..t 11.I
five long haired Chihauhau 6"ld- Recent BirthMr. I W. ..f lots i' Piece Work Based Guaranteed _
) o ami : of RI. k 4. i ij : on 214
C. 'ST _
di n \ K reg taken from porchof U STlAYEL'-i" head of j II-: W Haxs Suh TII\'j"i..n.| in St', ,
l I' J A. I. Clere, 1 tJ'ntleft ::5ulltayI..k..d) :
r # Kingsley1iWe crop *.. .
'tlnl" ::'l ami :T t Township B *! .UT h. Hourly Waged
between 7:10: am. and 9 :30.i s-ilit| 0.1'1",1.. >'it in othrr.Fiiidr and Mrs. N. G. Crawfon I 1.lnar. r: East said Plat Record

in TII"lay.lay 13 Any one notify 1 K l.ft \hcrlvr.. Ut the birth of '. Plat r! .k i'-
announce a daughter ;lin "< :2 pae4 Pullof L
having!; Information tVoil Sewell.notify IVputySheriff ItchcKllU 1. n.." 112. la\\ ti-> liP Jimmie Mane on May 6 at thDoctors '.p. ': dx.I .-.. old.' Bradford CoUntv, Flor:::

lfTIXI IHD ..kP.ltTMlNTMnderneoflveIilene.s.
Clinic. Mrs. Crawforwas ; I ,'(" "It -th 10'">

TIHNTTwo: bedroom furnished : Ut' tli I..,. Curn !oh..d. the former Bertharae Coley.Mr The Board of County ('au.iiiisinr n- Write Ciiving Full Detail, as to Experience.
.
n."r ",'rhoi l ( ..11 lx.1-\Y. Ii'I..'
:
house Mrs W. :101.'mberl ', hf Bradfoif .rd
317 N. Church St. II Mh."ti St. Adults Mrs A !'. Countv. Florida Age etc. toP. G.J.rGRIFFPhone
Saul and Mr- James S. Sapp o
0. BOX 25GAINESVILLE
Ry- M o HAKItKLL.. i .
: Lawtey announce the birth of :a Chirman.
!-'Onl.Ene Shetland pony anJ I FOP. S.LF.Fi.. room house. Ii: ft.I I
....\ ... Contact T. H. Slade Cat' I living room large cU "ed in back !son. James Horace. on May 2. i1:n 5/9. 4t 5" o 229 \\ ( all St siarke. Flar

St.. Thone 111 !lWANTKD l t: porch large front porch city sewerage I. Doctors Clinic Hospital. FLA.

I electricity. Fire plug and .NOTICEe --' -
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-Clean, reliable color:1 street Ifeht In front. S5 ft. x 410:! j BUY ESTEKBROOK Thi ; Notice; is hereby given that 11]h? .c.I1. ,'IIU"' _- 1
,
woman for housework. Applj ft. lot. Variety of fruit trees pip- : Seed .. -'1uInI1ILrnri
Only Operators Apply
Experienced
following Clerks and .
1 inspecto r
Mrs "h.v- Shepherd. JOTVe l t'I ed for K.U. Uea"on.il.i412! :!: \Ve
Call St Itj tnurrland lip use. $2 complete. Bradford |. have been appointed for the 2n.d. -- -, --- -- .-< .-"" -. <<'

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