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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 16, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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F1RST S'MEET' CORN 'i BRADFORD C OU N TY TELEGRAPH Sinylc Copy C




Official County Publication Plslablishcd In 1879

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VOLUME SEVENTY-THREE STAKKE, FLORID,- FRlI).\Y. MAY 16, I.2
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Market Adds New FacilitiesTo SNAKES- ALIVE,!- North-End MerchantsAsk





Take Care of Corn CropA \j "I City For Better



25-foot FMC Stencooler han season' plant.ngR >. lane- I of the auc'libfl block to gnoie :\ '

jtLgr been installed\ at the State Farm E. i Bob i Turner big Plant tloor space for handling, t .._ Protection By PoliceA
ers Market here to help take care deal '
City buyer, will arrive here Sun corn A new auction block .
of the bumper movement of green > day to set up for the season will be built onto the east end 01 ,
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corn that is expected to begin next : Xaulio Brothers and Joe Parker i i the present auction shed in tune dtlcgat'on of hU-1I11'-_ nier: --

week will also buy here this year.At i i for use next berry season. I ,I 4'. front th.' north end of town ap The. :heriffH office announ,

Installation\ of the pre-cooling The processors are still buyingstrawberries peared before the City I'd ,,...trrtb that JmThoniis
Council
a recent meeting of the !
What may prove to be a record-breaking corn reason for equipment is part of a $9,000 pro- market Advisory Committee it 1, with sales during the 1j Tuesdav night requesting "betti-r 11" rn. bHie\el to txthe pr

Bradford County Was launched at the new Brooker Farmers Market gram of improvements: now under was decided to set the market fee i past week totaling S3.042.0S. Om police protection"m vw of the son who broke into s, K. Johns

'on Saturday, May 10, when the first trailer was loaded out with 560 way at the Starke market. Manager for handling all\ hamper vegetable ;, hundred and sixty-one 36-pint ; numerous instances of breaking torp and Uin.son'H market uaarrested ,

boxes of white corn grown by K\erett Galney and Harvard %'alt. It K E Johnson estimates that ;i at 3c per hamper The fee had !i crates were also sold during tht and entering that have oc-curret.1 I In Arcadia Wednesda)

was bought by Joe Waldo of Raleigh, X. C. at around $2 per box: 75 per cent of all\ corn will be pre-1! previously been 5c past week to the fresh market. there in recent weeks. i night and will lie tried here Jun
some
on .
produce. I : Thomas
(about 40c per dozen). In above photo Bob Jeffers (left), a buyer, ; cooled this season. Cost of the' bringing growers SSl! .2.0. Among the places that haw had wned tune in

and A. L. Green, a Brooker grower, are seen admiring thii! early ('om.' equipment was $1,920. :I Total strawberry revenue* for f', ( been entered are Lawson's Market < Georgia and Florida pri-on for
i
breaking and
Cold facilities also ;
1 storage are entering and
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During the week May 7-12 the Brooker market handled 7,367 packages j Johnson stated that one pre- ;I the season now stands at $19.)," S R Johns Grocery, the Coney. only
being adJed at the market and i recently rch.aw..j.and .
of produ'e with a gross revenue of $18,961.33 to growers. CtJ'umbt'rs,1 cooler will not be able to handle j this work will\) be completed by th11 I 21163. representing the ale of, Inland Sandwich Shop. and the1 I

squash and beans were the main items handle Corn will rome in big i the rush of corn that is expected ] first of next week. Another added 22.139 36-pint crates; 1.681 21- ik i1 Starke Builders Supply office and j some money was t.iki n '.

here and that negotiations arc } quart crates; and nine' 16-quait wan-house. the building Here tinhm., ,. .
next week at both the Brooker and Starke markets. I attraction to buyers will be storage : igained
being made to have of the t Mien
one | I crates. forcing a entrance by fort
screen inj .1 "
and.
of Starke market '
ice at the ,!' I
I buyers .;et up his own pre-cooler" Other commodities handled at '. window the intruder removed i tion of the sheet metal i irf '.\

Colored Schools To Stage Field Day to help take care of the deal. : and the clock.this srn'ice11 be around,I the market here during the past ..:;' t1a.. pt \iniately three cartons ap-1 of1) of the structure.

The corn deal will get under'. I week included 730 hampers Tender A i'I u-arottes, a box of cigars someh : Law on's Mark"I> .'n',,!
In addition to corn, the new i, .J;' ,
on the Starke market beginning '! Green beans. ranging in price from I .. uiki rohiefs. several pieces of through a wmdov ,'jrlM I>-!ld i i

Starting With Big Parade At 1 11A1 1 I way Monday. Although shipments I of Stericooler leafy vegetables.will precool and any all types other!\ $1.50$1.27750Total to $1 75. for a gross revenueof .. .. ot sin ikod ice herring cream and from several the Coney pints i; missing morning follow Xothirsas in-, \ ''I is hre n::ep.i\j "- ,

will r-e light through next I vegetables that the flow of water j There ;a.unit :2t 0) pounds of rattlesnake ,
iI Island Sandwich S. R. Johns
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revenue to growers from Shop a week ago. I I ii TV \\ i
dai from
h"ltmg
sihng the
I Is the for colored the afternoon each week they will\ to does not damage. Sandwich entl> : '
Today big day During increase heavy the wet'k'sales through the Shop operator Arnold ft'dlon.II iv i<''''trii-'V;;
pole iliki I in above photo by .
schools of Bradford CountyA colored school will demonstrate !I volume the last week inlay The main market platform has market here$5.21678.: R F. Bryant of Starke. Bryant Griffis claimed that the burglar'I tween 20 :and ?i II> i-tons ..; "

parade this morning i Friday t some activity at RJE beginning :( Most recent estimates have set I been increased to a width of 501 I Manager Johnson states that and his fishing partner B Z. Freeman j earned the goods from the shop rettes were take" h. th.' lii'" I

at 11 o'clock, and exhibits and i I at 2 p.m. These events will include j ji I the Bradford County crop at some : feet, and permanent decking ha! cucumbers will begin to appear on I I, stumbled upon the huge } to a waiting truck. j: Store manap'i, I 'hns !I. j i" >

varied activities! in the afternoon i dances (drills) and spelling con- | 3.000 ,acres almost double last bei'ii placed over tin- tlriw-through' the market next week diamondback coiled wood: Two weeks ago, the Starke, noticing a peisua .n Ins stop" I Ii
on
will be highlights of Field Day in tests. a ,
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Builders' Sunply office investigated with police tui' A
path leading down to a creek west was rifled
which all colored schools of the will in-
Speakers on.the program of : and the safe unable to locate the burg!II r \
the old Starke tampered with. i
airport. In the
county are participating.The I elude County Superintendent H. P. Heart Attack ,
Crippled Clinic Odham Due Here spirited duel that followed the :\othing was reported missing parently cut while forcing .i ,'.
parade will form at the Morgan: A. L. Green. principal of I
men got the best of the rattler from the office. j dow. the intruder left blood -' i
courthouse and will be led by the 1 Richardson High. Lake City. and Fatal To Former
u"ingrothing but their limber; The Builders' Supply warehouse ,: to mark his \'isll.
Richardson High School Band ard i :Mary Lightfoot, supervisor of Columbia -
Malorettes from Lake City. Sever. !: County colored schools. Set For May 23 Saturday A.M. fishing poles. You might try this was also broken into by an unknown -i I Sheriff P D. Redden! l'I"'t| < t'!

Mayor Legislator sport sometime when you're looking intruder the same night. that police discovered fmg'rpll':
al floats will be entered and color Arrangements for the days ,
i for a hit of unusual diveision I TVo pairs of bolt cutters, a following the Market and t ;rll'r ,
ed students and teachers will pair
events are under the direction! of L. Undei auspices of the Florida
participate Elmer Shell will I Anne Humes supervisor of Brad- i Crippled Children's Commission 1 rull'Odll.II11.( t Ih.' i ""lorl'i! !I on a dull afternoon nt pipe' ('ul!.'rs. a t tape nifOMire entries

serve as parade marshal. i ford County colored schools; Eddie I and American Legion Post 56 and .ouJu. hiK ,IM, 'ssnianht mj ite'!

Exhibits from the various school Tompkins principal of RJE: I Auxiliary the annual clinic for new III. lfl the campaign foi BHS Band Handles Difficult Score

;will be on display throughout the and C. C. Anderson president of crippled children will be held Friday Govern.ii .Ih his radio and teh. Masons Plan

day at the county school workshopnear the colored teachers county as: c I' May 23. at the Bradford vision talkathons" will bring his With Great Skill In Spring Concert

the SAL depot. ciation. : anduia'' \ to Bradford -
'ounty Health Department. Registration County for
[ the first tune when he is slated\ The Bradford High Scnool Band, replete with nimple tnple-tongu Ground
will 8:00 and Breaking
begin at : a.m t'r
I I as one of thp 20 best in the and brought forth bnl
ing some
New Motor Court I Rowling Winners children will be examined in orderof j -pt"akit rh- courthouse in Starke State,
again demonstrated
,' their registration.For : at 9:1: ;. a ;,,11] Saturday. versatility and its liant passages of trumpet playingBen
Odhrtii, fine musicanship North's "Nocturne" on that Bradford Lodge( :No :i v> K & A
I the past several vears thin schedule calls for onlya Thursday night of last week before difficult instrument the French :M, together with the Ea..t-rn: Sf,1
Under Way HereAccording : Get Awards annual clinic has included tc ">-niiiiiit" stop here
i one an audience that filled the horn showed sureness of attack will! have a basket ph tie !tn"'
counties. Thi -I It I is l large USO
two adjoining year expected that a large auditorium to capacity. and remarkable range. ground-breaking at the 11"T." m
I only Bradford County patients wil .'rowd:11: turn out to hear the Equally at home in Earl r
concert, Norman's
to !i. M. Sar enl,i I trombon rendition i pie site on West Call St at > pn
head of construct: of a now Awards to the highscoringteams 1 be examined with the exception ofa > young Sanford oil dealer! whc popular. or marching tempo, the of "My Regards" wan executed Friday May 30.

motor court north of Starke on I I and individuals! in Hum. small\ number of sp.'dalaSI'F surprised politicoes! with his rapi1ise 50-piece band held its audience's with great skill in phrasing : All Masons and Eastern Stt.rI

highway 301, the steel strike has I r phreys Gold Bowling Tournamentwere II from adjoining counties. It I if t. second place in the race attention through a program that and good tonal qualities through. | members with their families art

not affected construction here as made at the final session atStrickland's estimated:' that there will be approximately for Governor, after being regarded by high school standards would;) out this: technical solo. Equally j I invited to attend bringing well

' yet j Landing Thursday 50 children examined I lightly m the early campaigning. II i have been considered long had it' satisfying was Johnny Kopelou- filled baskets. This will be a celt'

I night. and this will enable visiting physicians Bradford County gave Odham I pot been .u o rrr.n'rrrMy Siiig'wjng r's'a tuba version of "A'J't"er *,.,f I bration r\l the beginning of c<"'
lie said, however the increase: 1
in the price of steel will probably The Lab Team, with Curti? to see the patients more J 812 votes m the first primary al-1! i The first half of the evening the Deep." i structlon of the new Tomj'le

raise somewhat the tost of build. Malone as captain, ended in first rapidly and spend more time with I vi(

ing. I I place and was given a $5() cash the parents. here and had not even made a'' of difficult music that most to such audience favorites! ay Worshipful Grand-Mast wilt! d

prize. Others on this team were: Tlv staff from the Crippled I publii appearance in the county, bands would not attempt under "Slow Poke" and "Shrimp Boats". tend this meeting.

Sargent describing the new Alvin Howard. Joe McGee. Marion Child ten's Commission will mcludt at that t five years of training. Outstanding The well-rounded program wa I i

motor court owned by J. E. Wall. |. Manning, Alan Wood. Merrill! Dr. John F. Lovejoy. orthopedu .J, P. Hob.Tts ()(Ihanl 1IIlt'I die lares that the "big I I l in this group was the 10'ellI I brought to a close with the National j I| At Conventioni
Jr., Lawtey, said they 'vere able; Struth. and l lyric poem, "The
Ralph Begue. Anthem.
i l surgeon of Jacksonville. Dr. JameC nK>ne\ boyare Awakening ofGalatea" j I i
laki Pitman Roberts. ; backing McCarty
to secure aluminum for the 12.: tomi
I! Standing of the teams at the Lanier. pediatrician two nllr"S.'ccl'etary. Bradtoid while hts own campaign is being' in which the band clearly Conductor Carl Roberts receive :;.t I and 1Ir.V.. D Thorn ,! ,
County
window andrayor
jalousies and trim. ) legislator
"Onlyi
I and Mrs Brenier of tht : proved itself a well-balanced\ warm congratulations on the Biloxi. Miss. to attend the ,
a few months back we would not! finish were: Lab .732: Dry Mill I > :\ of Starke died in a Jacksonville .: ;I finaced by small\ contributions by performance :, in HI
I II I .610; Office .561; ESD .550; Office; Bremer Brace Company .laikson ) I the "little folks"! who have become organization displaying delicacyof of his young musicians. nual Torch Club Convention of thi
hospital.
have been able to get it, Sargent londay morning. I
I' .561: Maintenance .450; Wet Mill I ville. Assisting in the clinic WH' He had been in the ; interested through his radio and phrasing and excellent tona! Liberty National Life Insnrati '
hospital
:
simvsuffering
Electric .241. Directoi qualities that might be expected Co. Membership in this OIK;mi/-
said.The .317; Shop bo Dr. A. Y. Covmgton. | television\ ;iptiranct'Canning! ''' Rotary Club
motor court, designed by Individual winners were: Best of the County Health Department Sand a heart. attack heie las: only ot a band much older in ex tion t is the highest honor that ian
Friday
G. D. Moore, Jr., Jacksonville!!I I individual ayerage. Bob Shannon! members of his staff inclu.'.-I Roberts night.Mr. perience. Dr. JV. Kaufman was guestspeaker be attained by a member of Llb"l i

architect will)) have 10 units witha I' 146; Best individual game. Joe ing Mrs. Martha Snellen. public 1S99 at Graham.was born Dec 3: Plant The solo numbers were well at the Rotary Club \Vednes I ty National and is accorded oni ,

seven room home attached tc : total. health nurse Jack I.. Trawick.i He was the so: taken and showed great promise >la\ taking: as his topic the to those who achieve an nutitani!
Best
the end. !I I I I i Glenn McGee Wade.209;.527; Highest 3-game average sanitarian, and Mrs. Hazt Green of Lubedia the late Dowling Chaj-les Roberts.Brinson and I To Open May 21 cn.. th.. part of the young musinaiisL fei!: '\\ ship Di man in ,hanging: m>( life insurant prmiu I ion "nnt!

Scheduled for completion on number of strikes. Bob Shannon| t'cretary. \'\ Canova Jr's trumpet' interpretation '\/,1;' 1 Th- 'j 1tk'T was mtrnIn [loin! \ i iv. I''r -i i 1\1'i' i' i I" i '" '! t I'tf ,h."'

July 1. the concrete brick construction i I of I and For a number of years he: I Ioperateti According to V R Ki-iguson of "\\"illoF.< ins': usbv ,I- "'ala'| th' v. I''
'12.75; Highest average number This clinic is free of charge the commnnitcanning plant will!
will be \ with a business at Brooker
) panelled
spares Gerald Crawford 3.5S. its purpose i is to examine and offer Wf'dnesday.ay :21. and will
slumpt brick. The court is located I II later moving to Starke where he open
aid to any crippled child under to- each there- Six Generations
on what is know as the old I .1 I established an appliance store and! open Wednesday Headed By Bradford's Oldest Resident
Cancer Fund Grows \ 21 years of age Cases needingfollowup : I automobile : 'after until further notice Appointments .
Ben Dell place.Legion I dealership on Tempi!*
I treatment including: Avenue. He maintained a keen interest must bf made for allproduced
: Geprge Kopelousos treasurer of hospitalization will be limited tr i c'anlll'oIMasonic Rebecca nOSH r. althniiJt; ,,t; -h. ,
in
politics and had
Dances just t
I the Cancer Fund drive acknow.Iledgpd \ children of parents wJio are not completed a strenuous reached antlmtt..d) | .aii!l\iti '
though unsuccessful L
Grow In yesterday a contribution of financially able to pay for theservice ag.taf 97 yeais stnl 'ats ." r
Popularity campaign for ih. St.tegisIatur Temple _
I to presenting an her own teeth andci
raised by the colored teachi and cases I i wil ''I'P
few
a da's bl-I'lft.
Th' Aim-mean legion's weekly l i i ers of Bradford County. Thi?I orthopedic condition that can be death. h.v: Plans CompletedAt the aid of glassesa b.'.a t _

Saturday night dances at the brings the fund total to morrj benefited by treatment many people half her! :tir! i ,I'
Armory are increasing in popularity Mr Roberts was a nifiubi of Spec Meeting make.
said. The
j than $300. the treasurer Lunch consisting of sandwidie* .

steadily according to Ray county's quota was $;)00.I will b served to al'l I. the Starke Elks Lodge and the She was born
Stone. Legion dance chairman. I and drinks FIIM Christian Church. Bradford Lodgf No 35 F. & A.M in Bradford! ("11'1'i _
parents and children attending the'dimc ', I. held a special meeting Wednesday t\'. not two miles distant from t'nr _

Featuring the music of the ; Wins First PrizeMrs i by members of the American : I 1 lie is survived by his widow May 7. for the purpose of place where she now maki her

Bradford Play Boys these dances I Legion Auxiliary. Leola pogg Roberts; two sons, J. completing plans for the new T -mpi. home with her sonmavtnc'!

include both round and square K D. Conner of pkaiford ; Perman Roberts n of StarkP. an-1!I .. to be instructed on West 'all daughter Mr and Mrs Will. (, '

dancing and begin promptly at was first prize winner in th? I 1 Returns Hugh B. Roberts St. Petersburg, it District DC puty Grand MasterT R'dllJ-h. near Law lev She \'. 'i I

S.-o.:; continuing to midnight. Stanley Hostess Contest in the I: McCarty one brother. RoRoberts. Cross B Clark of Baldwin was pre.ent. the eldtst\ daughter: of Berry ,i',,' _ '
Tae general public is cordially ('lt\': and his stepmother Mr- C together witheveral members Pennie :
Gainesville district and was award I Oiiffis ind had 20 brv .
invited and those ( For Second SpeechDan B Roberts of Graham from Baldwin Lodge and some -
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attending ar< j ed a sot( pf sterling silver flatware and sustirall younger th.f
piomiscd a full enter Funeral services other! lodges in thetat I ... r 4eu
evening's The prize was presented hei at a Ic'artthe .'fl,! due I I :'-i were hid irUK shecr5 ;
: ,!'nmcnt. First In the afternoon the Most Worshipful i.- -
Baptist Church
Tuesdayatternoon
party held Gallll'\'llk fit : .
recently III Governor who :st i prImary Mansof the irpmories of I :
at 2:30: o'clock with RevL Grand Master 'vas In Starke "
only! 1 06 cent shortof Mitb .
total was per are still vivid to Mr; n<
F). Haine.- in charge. Interment. ( and approved the plan., as submitted ,. < J
Starke Market him an unprecedentedw but ome
Advisory Group giving:; .: are growing dim :0:'" ,
over all his opponents broughthi was in Crosby Lake Cemetery At that time he mspeited distinctly remembers the tim.iir '

back to Starke Wednesday t. under the direction of DeWitt c: vt.- location and complimented the .
campaign father '
went off to the (
I ml wand _
4 Jones. loiige on thi progress so far.
afternoon at -Ix:; o'clock
after the battle of fi'u)!( .' .
it is the idea of the buildingcommittee __ ___
.I. III hw speech here :Mi-Carty Active pall bearers, wenCail' came home riding ah<.adothfi ,,' "> -
to ron-ider bids im-
i'barged!: that "a former front man Johns. G. L. Patten. L A Cano\a men. She and bar s'a'..!

Mickey McBride is masterii I... O Hazen. S E. Simmon-. E: me iiateh with the possibility that ran out to meet him and he V.A'.' ,J ( (

mime" the campaign of Braileviiham McKmneH. A Lan tn;I,I'i I nstnut' .i'fl \\il! begin in a few them their first soda\ crackers
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for Governor Vasco Hazen. (I II 'which they ale with r>'lish for tnev
: I did rot have any Mickey MeBruie had
never before had -iuh a <11'jcary. ,.
or Mr Big in my campaign (
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) Salt was so sranr In Her '
; in 194 s and I do not have any today SURE I'M HURRYING DOWN
youth that she recalls her par' 'a'L : ,
McCarty declared
having to dig! up the earth In "<.
The final tabulation of State TO GET TAGGED mokehousp floor and boil 1 JVL.4 ...

returns showed that McCartv polled i'a' .
_. 'I'C .ar Id :Mi.i > Pfc
obtain the salt.
361.12'otE'S in the first primary
J Mrs. Rosier1 forefathers cam lectured above holding: her greatgreatgrandson" i.. Mrs. iUrra ;,.
which 15643 lessthan
,,' wa. only
Lf _.oWl! "-.. i the combined total of his four down from Georgia with two Cobr Hosier (estimated age: 97)) who 1% '*-!ip.d to be the oldest hung

:Io..WO T opponents. and 128.862 more than girls for wives. When her father resident! of Bradford County. The above picture I.. even more remarkable

,It.. .Y tht, mnner-up. Odham married he obtained two slave In that it groups together iix generation ranging; in age from

... ",/.... -, The total of 73S.497 votes cast:: naTed:l Cap and Pedro who helped Mrs. Hosier. 97, to Kenneth Lee ( anton, 6 months. Seated at right a'-
\{*>-, fi is a new balloting record. to rai-e her while her father wa
.
Mrs. Hosier's daughter Mrs. hester happ, Ii landing (left' in right i
rot Florida It with off at war. The old iron skillet .
compares are :\1.'.. Sapp's son" J. <|. Hosier, 5,; his daughter, firrtrude ( ruo xsthey
706%9 in the PepnerSmathersSenate used to cook with is still ir
\ and Mrs. Crure's daughter, Kula Mae ('arltn, 17. the mother of the in
contest two years acoMcCartv's !:: use in the family.
speech here was prefaced Everybody Wants to Help The BHS Band Sh'as married to J. S Rosieron fant. This picture was taken by the Telegraph at a family gatherm

with prayer by Rev \V E Feb. 4. 1874. and was the moth at the \\illie HetWish home near Lawtey u-Iebrating J. q Hosierbirthday. -

Hal! rastor of the Pine Level Get Those New Uniforms er of ten children. She now ha" .

Baptist Church.He 53 grandchildren 104 great grand -

was escorted from Green children. 55 great, great grandchildren with the aid of a cane. [ moat 100 years of age

Cove Springs by a motorcade led YOU CAN HELP BUY A TAG and one greatgreatShe has even surprised herself;,, All of her 20 brothers 11 i
bv J -
Mayor Wainwright
... -.tS: : great grandchild. Besides her with her longevity. for when her!tens were alive until four .t.

Polaroid 1-MInute Photo by the Telegraph- own ten children she reared ?'%+* husband died rfie bdieved that she | ago. Since then she hat !'osr f .'.

Members of the newly appointed Advisory Committee for the Mark* Library NoticeMrs Saturday morning May 17, the BHS Band will orphan children. had only a few more days to live of them.

State Farmers Market are shown above at a recent, meeting: FiN t, Mrs. Rosier has been a f,i I .iul -that was 25 years ago. She !i Her daughter Mrs. J M R .
H H. Young parade down Call Street, then break ranks and
row, I to r: R. E. Johnson market manager; Darby Goskins, J. R announcedvesterday member of Evergreen Baptist has never used tobacco in any is farming on the maine p'n' f

NNainw right, comndttee chairman, and Win. L.1It.sieri J w. )

State Market Second row: County Agent T. K. MiClane, Rufu., ;jof June the Starke library will! the special service She milk and vegetables She say born on She herself k. >: '

.\lvarez, and J. R. Kelly. Top row: R. B. Alvarez, assistant directoi. (be with closed the on half-holliday Thursdays closing in keeping of Be sure to come down town & buy a tag! can get in and out of the house by that "good blood started her or unt: f'/IIt' yearan'" .'.r" ."

herself arid can walk on the la\\"r. her ng life. H' r father ant1 "> live with he. 'ii':_ r \'
F.d
State
Markets Durban, and Eldon Sapp. h, *! business houses
-- grandfather both hv to be al'I..!' i irr t' P..eddlhT




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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY
TELFORAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA
1'RIUAT. 3L\Y Ifi I'
I YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY7YYY1l Sunday the entire 1l!' 'I
group in Lawtey
Bradford County Telegrapl i Homecoming services on Saturday of last at Lake Geneva Trailer Park. Mr 'the'I'I B & 0 Railroad --
!l at j week. Dermody is a as!: conductor Lillian spent Moth r : "
Branch I firmer nun and! They lik* this
LAWTEY Church on NVxt Friday night. May 16, the city couni.ilii.iii ot section of Hondaarul MrGentrvs: daui:< :M
1879 E. L. MATTHEWS OWNER-EDITOR Mrs Hicks and OpaKuki. H- exput to make
ESTABLISHED pupils of the Ninth Grade will : will conduct a b" their homeh O Watkms and fIll i .'
L. kke
II. 1 uknI and Mr n.r i \ e stftiT \11"
and Mrs.
I Winton present a home talent play in the :!: ice in thar: .1 ; lrMn'retirement son\ lle.
Published Every Friday.fdSEtfr. and Entere.1 a. S.-<-onl]1 I I i I uu..uuu.uuuu.LL | and children also ,, ; auditorium and the public Mr i:.i i :M'-! ?P.? : :Mr \j,1\\ \ :Mr- KoF.irhe! E"X

{'laosIattn: at the Post J$ V Office at Starke. FlI a'I I Miss Helen i 1lom -coming. i is invited to come out and s.i .. : 1 1'i: \' .\ l'II"h! : '
Wtter! I ( '.nn- ,
of Jacksonville -; : 1' .
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie what the boys and girls can rll! > : :\!' !' *'I.:1.n.h.l: lU'Y ESTIJJRIMM'KFountain I ,.
> 't" : Sun
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seem
Sunday
evening daughters of ], j! caller/ :; 1I I t. \t. : .A:' 1 t Pen
The :
: t! "nh t
Member I /\l 1951Jubwlptlon with her parents Dr. and Mrs W. program begins at "Igh' ii\ I 1't : fl 'i". :1' St r \n'l-t.l.t';;' a !pMuu 'r
I visiting relatives in i the M' .
T. Walters. [ o'clock. I-! .':; 'y..j i t'. M'Kl.i! e\ery UM'J cumplri.! llr i t
cently. lt'Il'rY! [ and tl.iu! ;": 'hti r ford
-- Mr. and Mrx. James Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crewan.l County Telegraph/

2.75 Anruially K gS Elfin For Six Months of Gainesville, Mr. and Mis- Debbie Phillips Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Thomas 01 .. -- T---- .....-=:'" -
Mrs.: Doc Wainwright and chil vine spent Sunday with bllfll"I Largo were recent guests CpMr --

Both Parties Struggle With DecisionThe ; |I Jacksonville dren. Judy Betty were and Mother's Frankie.Day of er.Mr.0..1 and Phillips Mrs. Bobby and R.Crews'Crt-ws.parents, Mr and Mrs. C 99c Buys A Lot This Week!

and of Wildwood
guests of their baby are
titanic struggle for the Republican presidential nomi parents Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
:Mrs. T. .
nation has become virtually a horse race. At the present Wainwright. Other. .
!guests,: of the Wainwrights within Mr and Mr. Horace LAKE GENEVA -
time General Eisenhower has forged slightly ahead of Sen-
the last week included Mrs. Alice, Mrs. Wm. Pope of !
ator Taft so far as solidly pledged votes are concerned.The '
Langford of Lake Butler were Mothers Day Blanche
and Mrs., guests By Cunningham m;
General seems strongest along and near the Atlantic
Jack Bra sell and baby daughter parents. Mr and : !
seaboard, as his extremely impressive victory in Massachusetts : of Jacksonville. DinkinMr. .
:-
Mr mil! M's I! \\ J I I >,'rniieily > !'!::
demonstrated. Taft, as might be expected pulls his Miss Mary Julia Futon and '
Lyn.'tn ''ffi' Htl I''' ; i or>i or.; ill" Ki: ,iii' i R-
greatest weight in the isolationistMidwest.And : mother. Mrs. Joyce. T. Futch 'E.
were SauLt Fe I
Tiltpho--! ?>n'; > r ''ij- t ID Iil\i- f iier.f At :tiu ifiii -
so it goes-nip and tuck. It is perfectly possible, attending to business in Jack-mi I1r.. c \\.1- ",....n t n.: t.. ; .>'. \ I.\ n:;u r. 'hi :> !,illALVAREZ' --!
though not probable, that by convention time either Taft or ville! last Saturday

Eisenhower could have enough delegates ((603): ) to get the Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Waiter: .

nomination on the first ballot. It is also possible that they tended a District Minis'-- ('Oll< Men Clothing eeP fTO Et
would be so nearly equal in strength as to make the nomination ference held in the First Methodist 1 !1 STORE Established 1894 11 1

of either impossible, and so force the selection of a so- Church of Gainesville onIon.: I

called dark horse. day.On (Quantity Ui hts
One other Republican candidate will have a sizeable bloc Wednesday of last week th Itoserved. Prices iMd; Thru Sal.
pupils of the fifth I M.iV I :
of delegates when the convention convenes. That candidate grade together = D'lrL ....
"" i is Governor Warren with his 70 California arid six Wisconsin with their teacher. Mrs. A 1-- .
.\. Cook, enjoyed a trip to Silver ?
votes. These votes represent powerful trading material. Springs. Mr. Cook also a'. mipanied Taking a Holiday Trip
The Governor is making an aggressive effort to capture Oreon's the group. Snowdrift LB.
in the 16 primary The betting is CAN
May
)! 18 delegates Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr- : 3 79CII.
f \
but that Eisenhower -
that he will get a substantial popular vote D. \\'. Starling were Mr. and :MI- \ '\ (-- '- -

will get the delegates. il. Markham of Gainesville MI 'f .

There is one phase of this race that has some Republican toil Mrs Doyle Starling and rh.l;!. I. / Q' -- -- -- r'-"QI'r. ,,, .!!mII- .

leaders worried. Bitterness beginning to appear among dren and Mrs. Maude Sands ofliami. -- I "Donald Duck" tI
both Taft.and Eisenhower supporters. There: i is a tendency :\ Little Gloria and I>antr.:: f? J '" "" -- -' "Donald Duck"

to get down into the political mud and start slinging it. This Starling of Miami who had t' 'i-i" ,r /.. JJrJ.:
bitter inter-GOP wrangling of course i is a source of aid and visiting their grandparent SALAD

comfort to the Democrats who know that unless the GOP's ,I mme time returned hom,- <\ : 11"I DRESSIN6 PEANUT BUTTER

maintain a unified front their chances of copping the November their parents on Monday V1: I
ire nil. and Mrs Edwin Starlin;: .i.I .
} election practically Quart Jar
Hut all the headaches aren't on the GOP side. The Demo- family also spent' the day I C 72-Oz. Jar C
his
crats are having their troubles in hitting on a "perfect" candidate parents.
within the party don't want Mrs. H. II. Hem of Tamp, -i", LI;
also. The professionals I ... _. .
_
'IJ.- ., _.
the weekend with her motht :MK. I ,._
i .
Senator Kefauver, but he has been running "hog wild in "'.00: J n __ __ __ .
I
Griffis at : _
in Florida Kingsley Lake .c I! "
enviable strength -
the primaries even showing "MAXWELL HOUSE"
.I Vacuum
;
visited! relatives in Lawtey Packed
where it was predicted that Senator Russell would snow him -
under. The Democratic pros like Governor Stevenson an able Mrs. Nellie Mae Drydn of! J.u-k:, -

man with a fine record, but he has shown no inclination to sonville visited her motht'i. Mis-

seek the nomination and, indeed, has said he "could not" ac Perry Davis last Sunday.Mr. COFFEE
cept. Senator Kerr is getting nowhere fast and Averill Harriman and Mrs. Preston Green and You don't want to spoil it by haYing car trouble. LB.CAN

is considered too much of a silk-stocking liberal to suit baby. Benjamin of Green Cove !)

the taste of many within the party. Vice President Rarkley Wall Springs were guests! of the J. E'' Before you go let us check jour car thoroughly to make Duck"C

but it is generally conceded family on Wednesday of _
meets many of the requirements, last week.Mothers. L
that his advanced age would be a factor against him. I sure it's properly lubricated and serviced. Then you'll "Astor" Vac. PackedCOFFEE

Senator Russell, the South's white-haired boy s'eems to Day weekend guests of I "Donald

have e\'er .thing-ability, personality integrity-but thereare I eluded Mayor and all Mrs.of their O J.children Anders and in! know your car is in tip-top shape for that holiday ride.

defeatists who continue to chant that a man from
many F
grandchildren namely: Mr. an the deep South could never be elected. Mrs. James Anders of Palatka MAYONNAISE
And so it goes. Many bitter words::;, many pitched battles, Mrs. Pauline Redgrave and ch'1' 44c Service Center Station

and many compromises in smoke-filled rooms will be made lien, Johnnie and Cheri, and Mrs: Lb. Can 7flC
before either party makes its final selection.leanwhile the Virginia Jenkins and l'hlllll"n ( tj\L ) SEKDKIt D. (;JOOIMAN) Pint Jar

voter are listening watchingwondering which of the Peter John and Jennie Lou all >.'! 27Cani
'
.I'. S. :,(Ili) at South evictS t. Limits
who
will make the great leader Jacksonville ,
under consideration :Mrs Edith l'r i b '
men now \ < 1 """" -' -' ...,.. .. .
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confidence and loyalty during was anoihei L "-- .c..1!' """ __ _
is so sorely needed to inspire k.son\ille ku.tthe 1 [Phone 20fi _.
4CTTTTYYYYTTTTTYTTTTTYYYTt I Anders home at that turnn ,
the trying to come.
years
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I Mr.' and Mrs. Enos Skinner of I SALE *
NEVER BEFORE A
Cocoa Mr. and Mrs. Clarem--j I RANGE AT THIS PRICE

HAMPTON Mead and children of Oak Hill, all Dinty Moore I-oz. fans >


lly 31n. M. C. :' wreuey1u..uLuuu.&uuuLA Mamie of Mrs.whom Mead.L.visited J.Vynn their mother.has been Mrs a I I with so many de luxe featuresHutIthnt BEEF STEW 2 Cans '' YOUR


patient for the pat week in Ala :No. 2 fansIMiO"; Slii-1 .>d CHOICE!
.School: 1'lay PlannedThe chua hospital, Gainesville. She -
Eighth Grade will presenta I returned to her home here Tuesday PINEAPPLE 4 Cans
play, "Betty, the Girl of My I and is getting along nicely. NEW
Heart" in the chool auditorium Mr and Mrs. Frank William I C
No. 2 1-2 fans O'Sam-
on Friday. May 23, at 8 p.m., and (children of Dunnellon. were
with UV following taking part ir. guests of their respective mothers I PEACHES Cans !
the cast: Earleena Norman, Connie MrIda Williams and Mrs Dar I! DbIeOven Electric RangeTwo 4

Sweeney, Alary Johnson, Johnson. Incidentally, this ova
Shirley Jackson, Baibara Mat. four-weeks-old Danny's first visit I
chit, Bill Johnson Edwin Johns' Hampton and he was much admired big lighted ovens with automatic controls. Two charcoal-like PORKn&'BE'tNS'
Cans''
and John Rusha. The public is by his many relatives. broilers. Two spacious storage drawers Fully automatic operation! 6
invited. Mr and Mrs. Earl Van Alstine i
I
Birth and Mrs. Florence Van Al-+tine j i t. No. :WJ): Gins White Hou.se

Mr. and Mrs. O. G. McGee announce 'visited their daughter and sifter, ,

the birth of a daughter,II I Mrs. Fred Whidden on Sunday.Mr. I II I r '\\IRi @!g gI APPLE SAUCE 8 Cans /
(
born in Alachua .
Cheryl Pearl and Mrs. James IJ.mvick of '
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Hospital, Tuesday April 29 I Gainesville spent Sunday with hi:' _::.--- -- z. I
I
W. M. V. Meeting I mother. Mrs. Wm. II. Barwick.W. ---. .-_ --. -- : ARMOUR'S STAR or KINGANS[ RELIABLE
SevenV.. M. U. members met at H. Griffin has been spending l! -- i

the home of Mrs. Frank Thomas,1 the week in Jacksonville with hi? !
Thursday afternoon May 8, for son and wife Mr and Mrs. percy i!' '

the organization meeting of the Griffin.Mr. --- k Smoked

daytime circle. Mrs. Florae Belle< and Mrs Bill Clark and twc "\. --- <; HamsWhole

Brown was elected circle chair children Margaret[ and Billy, of \N"'l/" .'
man. Mrs. Don Hill, secretary. Long Island :\. Y. will leave fot ;,

treasurer, and Mrs. R. C. Gray their home on Saturday after twc I Ii
program chairman. Special pro- weeks vacation spt-nt with his or ; Butt
59C
J l'tand programs for the circle father William Clark. This ir'I 49CHalf

were planned.' Mrs. Gray will be their first visit to Florida j, LB. End LB.
the i June hostess. i Mr. and Mrs Archie EilandM.
Mother's L. Watterson and D. W. }Ic. I Hock
Day \isiiur included'I Center
Mr. and Mrs \\'. W. Hicks and' Mahone spent several days last I 45C 89C
son Langford of ( week in llomosassa I
Brunswick, Ga., End LB.
Mr. and Mrs J B Dixon of Slices LB.

Jacksonville have been recent ..... ....
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1 dinner guests of \lrs. Ellen Saxon ] T _
1i 1I i I Raleigh Brannen was among !i Gr. "A" Quick Frozen

I those attending the birthday4ele. i i ...- Dry Salt Streak O'Lean
bration of his great aunt Mrs." W i
S. Futch in Lel't. 4 i' ,
v burg on May i FRYER PARTS! i
The Freeman Hall family of

Gainesville: were visitors of Mri| B A
i CON
r. and Mrs V. J. Slade on Sunday j j DRUMSTICKS lb. 59c

Miss Ruth Sibley of Theressahas

Miss been Joan an Sweeney.overnight guest of J I Only Hotpoint-world's! first name in cool, clean electric WINGS I lb. 39c

i Miss Betty Durban of Lawtey1 I INSTANT-HEAT Booking-could gibe you so many de luxe features in a new End Cuts Center Cuts

has been visiting her cousin. Barbara CALROD UNIT
00 BACKS lb.'
rangesomoderatelYPricetlLetusshow! )'oe 00 19c

Mitchell :i all it* features before choose Lb. 4flC Lb. 'jrc
THE ONLYDEFENSE Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs you any range I
DOWN GIZZARDS I lb.
Leaston Wynn. of Hampton Lake / Titanium porcelain-enameled cooking top and body-acid and 39c 7 L.3
include Mrs T C. Clemens and
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scratch resistant'' Chrome broiler rack WI!:
Oven
timing clock!
.J
pan
Mrs C T. Ward of JacksonvilleMrs Supf,poed when you want
T E. Duncan and daughter cx/rj-fast: 'h't. Five Automatic oven temperature control I Two electric outlets I ,
U. S. No. 1 White
I Sue. of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs mt".t ured speeds Cooking surface light! HastingsPotatoes
against Windstorm is
Purvis Hazen and daughter Jameof

Insurance to pay for Ol'a13.Irs.. J. Hazen of Brook Look To For The FIRST !
er and Mr and Mrs. S E Kennedy

the damage See Us it!causes I of Keystone Heights ONLY 6% ONLY % l 10 Lb.59C
Mr and Mrs H. D Ma> au 6 ONLY 6% ONLY 6%

i visiting their! daughter Mrs. Lain
pert in Saver Springs, MdKMltr
Charley E. Johns ...
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Come in and '-.1:1:
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of G.V.. llairn. l,rcra rd. investigate our unique lots ri* : "l..mk finanrinv. Immediate ddiry Land O' I _
Agency 't.o1.1.. OIKIHTOKS AMI your credit is being approved'YfINKLER : hile Sunshine [I Southern Belle Frozen


I'b"nt 13: STAUKC. FLA the Bradford your You estate claims are with County.CL."UTh hereby and the accounts:County notified Florida Judg.,ac.i.nt t<>after f..,..', BUTT E R ::1 DEVILED CRABS


...... to.. name have been duly sworn to withIn ELECTRIC SERVICE
.. .. Eight calendar months from the
Lb. !
.: date of first publication of this'notice '' Package C for
: ..... or the said claim will be bar 73C il
'" 99m
red by Statutes of Limitations
R..... r."tlftO THE TRAVELERS. Hartford April 25th.. S.1352.II. linen. E1tt'"t1' 222.22-1 Temple Ave. V. S. 301- :Starke. Fla. Phone l Ihl | i I i .J

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FRIDAY MAY 16, 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK!:. FLORIDA I'eir' TURF
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AA44AAAA* ****** *** ********** I! been made regimental adjutant'i and beans and noon .
freezing string \ isitorsvre GV. Harrison SundaMr> Oillahauill bf "he \' :ill ,M>on b> able to re urn ,In,1,! grl'dm", .'r Mr. .
of his unit. making strawberry jam, etc. The : and son, Brady uf Prow re1ll"mb"rpd aMi: -s France ht r home! and family. rick.

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN Has somebody been throwing dust is really not too good for d.-nl't' Crosby Birthday I'nt) Those thY occas.

poison in the garbage can The ,, our breathing. Bet the worm;, Mr E J McRae of Waldc Mr and MrA. J. Fender and Kathy Myrick celebrated her Kathy enjoying were Joyce and ;
,, garbage from Keystone is used wish the duster would break. The '
By Mrs. Sara :McDonaldtTTTTTVTTTTTVTffTTTTfTTfftyyTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTT 1' i' spent last went with the H. M. children were visiting Mrs Fender' fifth birthday anniversary Saturday Crosby. Janet and Jan 11 f i I-
by some farmers to feed to hogs farmers are trying to product : and M. J. McRaes and her "isterI'' parents Mr. and Mrs. R. L. afternoon at the home of her Judy and Kay Haislop. Bti.t i V,
j and recently some very fine hog some first class corn. m-law. Mrs parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
i Margie Underhill of Batten at Theressa Sunday after- Rae, Wayne and \Va\.i.' si
The Keystone: Heights Commu- of Green Cove Springs have been!I have been found dead, apparently ,, Oscar Crosby's sow really surprised i Starke. noon. Myrick. The little guests enjoyed! naker Douglas r" inor I I. ,
J from poison. The owners of the him the of election by
nity Church held a covered dish visiting Mrand Mrs. G. E. | dead animals day I:' Wevere glad to have Mr in' '' \v,' ,ire .r' t t.> ht P that .Irs -iuial' frames under tr i crll' 01.. Br,>>\ n. V. \11 Bulhnpton M\ -'

supper last Friday night in theWoman's Wiggins.Mrs. plea to Keystone are making residents an earnest tc- j, producing are really 13 cute.little I know piglets.where They tc! Mrs. Callahan an.l t.-, :\1 ,- :i. l.M ""'I '!1""" .<- '\.,,, \ ,\; ', II ...' L} t 1\ ( "rI.r'1.1
.
i is with
Club. Lester Neefus Grosberg staying I Alvarez 111'i J ,. .
put tha poison;; somewhere else; look for some pork chops and< 11 ;L I.v i l,5) : \! 1: i iFord's iT
She will
her sister, Mrs. Reamer.
-
showed some of the many beautiful -
I burn it or bury it.ISfiilPsElect .
\ country sausage this fall.
colored pictures he has taken go with the Reamers when they:
\ : honored Uncle John
Kelly has been real
: in his travels. They were unusualin go north the first of June. '
Mrs R. A. Weeks j sick but he is some better now. t
entr'rtainetl'l
composition and color j Mr and Mrs. Frank Walrath
fffect.l i last Saturday at Mr. and Mrs Bob Turner of ,
Mrs. Detweiler. in behalf Jr. and l[r. and Mrs. Al Nelson' I
with
I a luncheon honoring Mis' Plant City visited Mr. and Mrs ]
Church Women presented to Dr. I made to North Carolina
a trip Ruth Tyre and :Miss: Pauline Tyre ;| Raymond Crosby and Mr. and i!
Farrar a gold cross for his watch]!I last weekend. ;
brides-elect of this month. :Mrs.: O. R. Alvarez and family .
chain. -10 of the I :
About members
I I :
Burglars: visited Scales' Store The dining room table was centered last weekend. Bob says he ha>
church were present and enjoyed i I again last week. Damage war with double i
: ruffled
I petunias never seen so much corn. lie if
the excellent dinner. |I not quite so heavy as the last time : Easter lilies and white larkspur,) a produce buyer.
Messier is St. Vincent'vhospital
Mrs. in Melrose and Starke report simi flanked on each side with runnersof Mrs W. C. Conner tntertamei1"'

I in Jacksonville for anoperation. |lIar incidents last week. ProMerr maidenhair fern intertwinedwith with a birthday party for hr :
She is doing 1
reported
were seen and chased away froma petunias. daughter, Yvonne last Sunday
II
well. I private home in Keystone last Enjoying the affair were 2Pfriends Several youngsters enjoyul th,- a' _
Miss Connie Knight has gone tc Saturday night. It looks as thoughwe of the honorees. The hostes fair the occasion being YMHI'I.I A I

a Savannah Ga. hospital for minor I I need more police protection ir presented the Misses Tvrc I sixth birthday. Refi shiiiont-i.' A Jj

furgery. I II this area. with 'onimemoiatthr .
> (
giftu
I, birthday cake and ice< < n- m. > II i '
tUtt
Mrs. H. Redfearn Sr. has gone 1 I;I MrM.. M. Sargf'nt"nt last nrrasUn.1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. served Yvonne i 1'd| -imi: ,

with her daughter Capt. Ruth Thursday to Fort Jaskson S. C lovely zits. fidii 'i l' i I :'V:: :'11' ;nK rr

Redfearn. I to visit: her Son, Lt. Wayne B \, e

Mrs. Forrester and Mrs. Geiger Sar l'nt. Lt. Sargent has!'! recently fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlHEILBRONN

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Enjoy todays best treat > IJY Sir,. O. K. CrosbyYTTYTYYTYTYYTYYYYYYYYYY Ry Marian XorinanTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 1i i 1 I ,


f EI'J.. E. Ladd filled hi- reg I ,

today f ilia, at j jArt I
; ippoiutnieni Bayless High
The children and fji:inrUhildrer II
.\" Baptist Church Sunday morn i '
: at'
I IlIg offrs. M. Cowart gathered
and He and hifiaii.ih I I
7 evening. the home of Mr' Gracie Monk on 'YiTi1
$
(!C \\tndinner guests of th
,. Mother's Dar for a family reunion -I 1
lB Kelhs: i i
,. .. and picnic lunch under the
There is delicious
a newsurprise
Don/ forget Sunday school every .
for in ... : big sycamore tree in the back _
you '' -- "'
.' ,.:, """ :I Sunday at 10:15: and Training I
--r.
Lady Borden Strawberry yard. Those enjoying the occasion
I'mon Sunday night at 7:30: I
every
Macaroon ice cream. ... .::e were Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Cowart I
J Everyone is invited to attend these I I
<.t' p. and family. Mr- and Mrs. Charlie I
add thrill. services. ;,
The
macaroons a Cowart and family, ::\Ir, and Mr-'
ing new touch to the favorite Little Sue Crosby is ill with!1mumpo.
I Floyd Cowart and family Mr and {
treat of young summer days. .. At last report she was ,
Mrs. R L. Morgan and family of!I I It
reeling 1><:>11e1'. j II II I
I Lady Borden Strawberry I Starke and :Mrs: C. B Pepper of t
Saw George Jordan and family1it I
Macaroon Ice Cream. | Miami. i ij
\lnij, Ga. visiting Mrs _
. Vanilla Chocolate and your !j j Mr. and llrs.1.:: L. Beech o'
other favorites too, in the F '..ieorg.faml.l ', the Ben Faulk Jacksonville"ited her moth< I _

round burgundy package hers over the weekend. Other Mrs Delons Carmichael Sunday w _

where you see the visitors: were daughter Mary whc Mr.' and Mrs. Lmd-ey Testi.n 1/' _
Borden Ice Cream sign. is attending the University of
Jacksonville were Sunday \11..t'
Florida. .
of :Mr.: and Mrs S. L. Watson
The Floyd Crosby's attended the I I I Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe and I fa-i lU: /

Borden Mother's Day program at Hope I I| and Mrs. J. M.' Rosier were viMtingMr. MCGRIff
Lady Church in Theresa They G.1.
Sunday. I and Mrs. Carl Rosier of O<"al ,
enjoyed the s'r'icand dinner at Sunday.
I 1.la.
the church.Mrs. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr- W ('all st. Star"-t'
STRAWBERRYMAcAROON'
J. R. Kelly and daughter, Leroy Xorman were, Mr and I Phont. --1 '

Kathryn and son Rodger and Mrs. Carlton Chastain and daughter 'c r

I Mary Alyce Crosby were vi"itingl) of Hampton, Mrs. Carlton.

I Mrs. Kelly's mother, Mrs. A. L Mr. and :Mrs: Leroy Norman. Jr. 4

Driggcrs in Lake Butler last | of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. _

I Thursday. :Marklee: Norman of Hampton.i .

Ice Cream i The farmers are busy dusting i 1 and Mrs. F. W. Johnson and
'! and spraying their corn. The i I family of Waldo were Sunday

I | farmerettes are also busy canning I guests of Mr and Mrs. Ancel Nor

I I man.Earl Denmark visited relative

I in this community over the week. Ford

end.Charlie Cowart, Mrs. Morris Why is ericas%

Carter, Mrs. Carmichael and Tom

Moore are on the sick Ii"t thi'--
I week. We wish them a spnd\'

y I I recovery. most talkedoabout I II

L r. 1- I J I Myrtle and Lily :Mae: O'Nca1! car

were weekend guests of their I I I
4 1 brother-in-law and sister Mr and(

Mrs. I. Adams in Gainesville.

i! The Home Demonstration: Club : L 1I 1\ _

i i met Friday. May 9, in the school I
: '"i. cafeteria. During the meeting::1

a:. W tk x ma ': they helped mak.urtains fori .: I Ford's Ford's the only

i the w hool 1 stag: '' the only Ford's the onlylowpriced .thed only low-priced car offering
t icy R l
caroffering
1 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALPINE completely I new car I car a choice of f AutomaticDrive

in Its field. offering acompletely a V-8 (Fordomatic), II

LEVEL I r modern engine. Most Overdrive orConventional

powerful f I.in its
Hj :\lr!.< II. :M.\ McKaeTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT lal-h.p. SIXengine. / I Drive.
field! 110-h.p.

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We had a great day at Pine I

Our Level pastor.Baptist ReW.Church last. E.Sunday Hall,,,1I S _
kCONFIbERIC'NIff I I
top brought the message;; and it being Ford's the only Ford's the only Ford's the only

) Mother'Day, everyone carried IJw- nced car
: low-priced car offering
lunch. We spread lunch in tht' low-priced car Ford's the only
1 selectionOf I
old church which is our Sunday, i so many body, offering a offering a curved low-priced car

school blllldmrA large crowd upholstery and f 18 modesI -
attended dui: 1 upntd: > meeting! old I! one-piece windshield. offering 58inchwide
color combinations including a choice
!!:lend front f read(for
of 3 station'
Mr .' d! :\1" I I''n::'1 Jipp' II, wagons.
better handling),
H lib' S ". ':"- -, ..nJ I :MJ: and

\:I v\... i., ..1.1 U..l b:. t l,
r r'I
1 1thv; tte-t' >"rnniV i evening
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Scenes At Junior-Senior Banquet Business Circle UDC Meeting Held Homemakers Plan

SOCIETYAd.litional : x' +M Met Monday Night At Davis HomeThe Fashion Show

;t, Tht BII"mf'OO1"I1'S Circle 'f W T Week '
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ti'e Baptist church met Monday: 1C held ItsIay: meeting Wed
ing Classes and the Ft Vi.-
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t l'nmgm> the educational buildup ne.sday of last
'TTTTTmyYTTTTTTTmVmBeta week at the horn makers Club at BHS '\ : ,
:; with Mr>. Martha Futch of Mrs. L A. Davis with Mis W their ,ru il >, n vh,, \
Sigma Phi r, ', ( hairnian piesidiisrIT G Haile as cohostess.The .
night :M t\' i II: 1J :.
Installs Officers, Futch opened th.. !meetingi. finance committee reported! ( buildm.
i. followed l hy the devon that $63
prayer had been contributed toward They w! .,M t
Has Rush PartiesThe t'! cven: by Mrs Muriel Gay the memoi :lal building in dresses -: s ,

I I. ,', and Home. The Y W.A.'- Richmond. Va to b.E" \'pn !" Ir""nlellp"! r : :

Starke chapter of Beta ': i part of the i program with memory "f v"i i, \\. T \\11" r cloth.i:'_ T'

Sigma Phi' sorority held its installation i f& : B'-nton partl.lratm whom the > hq'l.'r; been i is '",1 'T', r,,

of officers at the homeof 1 q 4 a K. -hments were s- rued by the I'lllh \\ :I., nt.! t I II1\' I ,,, ,,: ge

Mrs. Eddie Hartmann last Friday -' -. -. Mr. Hazel Ilitth.: Mrs Pius! 'I i ,', i t", ,I
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arrangements .
evening. + umn 1
:!; i Schmitt and Mrs BerthaBradfordUnion \ 1111sicalelt't tirlge
of yellow gladioli and burn Adkins ...

ing yellow tapers placed aroundthe L G, Punt S'atk\ \ <,< :y',
home carried out the sorority'? titled "The O. ne\; I u,'. Pu ,
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color program noon :M !i\ .1 t o', '

Mrs. Herbert Flitch, sorority \ nag,'ting of the Bradford-Un- 't: I tik.l U ib
director, officiated at the instal- ; ,
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i 1.11 ( ?lunty Council of the Pal't>nl- WSCSToMt-H Mi I
installed were: _
lation. Officers ,
Tt hers Association will be held .,f i.
Mrs. S. G. Denmark president; Tuesday. May 20. at 7:30: p.m ii The program ai ,

Mrs. Curtis Malone, recording i Event Ii The Gala \\eleonie to Mexico" theme \\highlighted at the Junior the Bradford S('hool cafeteria II: tug of the Method. I' \ H Adlhtli .
tiecretary; Mrs. Don Page, corresponding ; I j Junior-Senior Senior not H id until the car had backed! Starke All member-\ f the P T .
last '
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Banquet Saturday eu-ninjj!: > the huge letters formingthe heM :\1111111\ ,tftt'rr' >o-, .1' n yawned! th !S*t" ,
secretary: and Mrs. Is Brilliant Success i out of the yard a little way are urged to ;it ttt': .j i iTTTTYTTYTYYTYYYYTYYTTY ,
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i background: for the speaker's table as shown aim\1'. Seated at : ': ': ... ,',
Herbert Green, treasurer. Miss glad to hear Alice Graham is getting
Sara Williams vice-president, will | Of Last Saturday | head table (left to right) were: RrI* D. Haiiu-s, Mrs! Haines :Mrs. i along OK in St. Vincent: . *', T.TTI._.._...._TTTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYNl'TLEY ______
II. Morgan: Supt. :Morgan, Gene Shaw, toa.tutster C. S. Purlin. I
be installed at a later date. hospital: after an operation Tue' 1
Refreshments were served fop Elaborate decorations and colorfully BUS principal, Mrs." Partin, Carl I-uMar: Johns, president of the senior day and regret to hear F C 44
which' costumed waiters and waitresses Class, Miss Shirley Shaw Rev. T. (i. )Iit 'h'jl11': Mitchell 44
lowing the installation after j Th"1 olling-worth is in serious cond. 1 I ... l
Mrs. Hartmann was presented I' transformed the BHS cafeteria j colorfully costumed ser\ers (memU-rs. of the :Sophomorelass) stand I, tion in the same hospital ..
from her into a bit of Old Mexico last behind head table. I
many lovely baby gifts Lot of excitement in the XOf't"I
Saturday evening when the Junior .... I ...
sorority sisters.. r. '- tY section of town what with S. RI I II
I Class paid its annual tribute tc ,:,_";:.' rft"l' : '; I I I Johns grocery and Lawsom j I 1 a I
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Members of the Beta Sigma PhI I members of the graduating clas! '. ",'1. <,. { 1W.i4.,' ; market being broke into Sunil:\ 1 .. I .44.
the traditional ". .! !
sorority entertained at a preferential at Junior-Senior tfi'"; ''' .. ':" I aftPI'II'l in broad l daylight pn ...

Tea Sunday afternoon from Banquet. ,- avctuith, about 30, cirtons nngantUv ..
the homeof Delano Thomas president of the d ; kt '. ..
four to five o'clock in train S. n. ; make th | -4
Junior Class the address of .
Mrs. S. G. Denmark honoringthe gave seioml tune in about a month ..
welcome Carl Lamar Johns,
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that thehave
rushees. ;i broken into hi'
The sorority's yellow color I President of the Senior Class, responded plate Lawsons didn't miss j.

scheme was attractively carried in behalf of the graduates. I anythlllg, fortunately i

out in the many lovely floral arrangements A toast to the Seniors was given Fr'uii what I hear, it want
throughout the home. by Miss Patsy Kucera, with Arliel I 1 only the candidates who felt hki

The tea table was overlaid with McRae president of the Student >r ? ,\ 4It i i relaxing election night Om I Values are Big I
held Council, giving the Senior re :
an imported lace cloth and a It of my star reporters informs nu
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centerpiece of yellow rose buds in sponse.A that Eustis McKnight fell aslet',
a crystal bowl and flanked by toast to the faculty and In bed with a lighted eigareet 'in

yellow tapers in three-branch crystal supervisors was given by Markalee His mouth, burning up his pillow x\T YOUR FRIENDLY 3
candelabra. All the appointments Raulerson with an appropriate response { i: and a big hole in the mattress b, : A&P 34
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during the tea hour was Mrs Miss Shirley Carpenter read the f r; been on duty for too many hour' : Super Right or Swift '4 4

Leslie Biggs. "Last Will and Testament" of the L That's a sure way, I'm told, I
Enjoying the affair were IP Senior Class artfully combining I t to keep from dying of old age Smoked lb. ''CS

members of the sorority, Mrs.! sentiment and comic relief. I Proud to hear that our own Billy PICNICS 3 4

Ethel Sewell, sorority sponsor, and After the four-course banquet, Faxon will be among the lf\landidat's 0 L E 0
Charlotte Frees I 1 1
the rushees: a novelty entertainment program\ i for bachelor's degrees
Dorothy Reese, Marie Colson, nt South i rn College on Monday.
was presented by the servers in!I 111 Allgood 5
Margaret McGriff, June Patel and their Mexican costumes Robert liitit' 2 : .

Leone Lee. Davison. a member of the facuity j M). '..1 ,II'' .itmospiieie was s<. 19C Sliced/ Ib. 4 4
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sang several Mexican songs to his Y. tl'l'I'! i 'c'Uild! cut it with a knl: BACON 39C 4

The Beta Sigma Phi sorority own guitar accompaniment and I .< .u ,",Hiut, tin, BHS cafeteria last; 4

met at the home of Mrs. Helen was later joined by the servers in) .-IIIU
Malone Monday evening for its! a group of "South of the Border"': went all out to entertain Senior AVKISLEYMAUCAI. i
meeting. :
regular bimonthly numbers. '1' the annual banquet affair Fresh Blackeye

During the evening the six new Places for the 250 guests at the Printiples in Mexican: skitvhi('h was a feature the entertainment Kobe D<.vison. BHS Span.sh. 4 4

rushees were given sorority in banquet table were marked with program an1 I to r. Tom \lc'(1allt": fate I'aulk, .'inulIi.1011': [teacher help set the mood b\ I SOAP lb" 4

structions. I clever cards of Mexican design. rrlef, and<< ISillj lI..nll'r"ul1I'hutll" In Itullingtoii Studiojk4' Drumming Mexican songs on hi1- PEAS 2 \ 1SC 4

Refreshments were served dur- I white tiny paper sombreros were guitar, and the servers boys in 1 4 4

in; the social) hourCrewsJohnson i I given as favors. P-- sombreros and colorful shirts and : Bars 4

girls in gay skirts and off-tht : 8 4CC 3
The invocation Firm
was brought by shoulder blouses (all baieftxiti! I Ripe ..
Rev. L. D. Haines, while at tht provided assembly-line service a.-' / 4.

conclusion of the banquet tht, 4
Gun
Mr. and Mrs G. W. Johnson of I II well as entertainment 1 lb. 4
the of benediction was pronounced by Shaw made an admirable master TOMATOES 19C 4
Starke announce marriage (01.
Rev. T. G. Mitchell
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of-ceremonies, his faux
their daughter, Ruth Johnson, to pa'being 4
Louis Crews, son of Mrs. H. C. Sophomore servers were Anr. Just came from the Mal: Bnakai saw11': .mcl Mis Harry Sanford i to almost forget to mti,>' 1 4 4

Crews of Lawtey. The simple Crosby, Ann Johns. Jimmie Cole, fast ( (the \\omans Club and! and :MrLillv Thomas of Jax here I duct' the faculty! Hope h, 1 NAPKINS 4

ceremony took place in the home Jimmie Moncrief. Nancy Dupree? after sueh a delicious meal m- : ?atlll! day vis'ting! : old friends 1 doesn't get flunked out lint for j I

Tuesday Faye Paulk, Lucille McRae Martha eluding the Dogpateh Ham, put or ; :MIS San Ion! i* the farmer Jessie that! Judy Green and her
of Judge E. K. Perryman Landrum, Agnes Lawson. Kathryn by the women of (the Methodist :Mae Baisden sorry to hear:1 committee on arrangements did a 1 P9$. 4 4

evening Kelly Paul Rivers, Mike Clark.; chinch, will be a wonder it I can Margaret Sciuggs will be leaving nice job, even if they did have t<.. 1 19C 8 A NAN A S 2Ibs. 1SC 4 4

Tom Slade Tom McCIane, Wayne :I remember to give all the creJlII I us m June going to Helena 'IlCUrrall over town for bedshettt p 4

Douglas Bobby Willis Robert where credit is due for such a i Mont to stay with her sister until I when the laundry failed to :send' / .-4
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F-O-R Manning Marion Harrington| wonderful pn! t mOl Jeanette I husband Bill finishes his Master'Degree enough cloths to cover those mile / Ann Page -4 4.

Billy Henderson, and Jimmy fleddirh Kincaid and Ruth Parker went al! and joins her in Sept. long tables Shirley Carpenterreading =' 4
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Squares out to make the affair a success they will probably live in the N\V of the "Last Will ai.il 4

roofing. :Miss Judy Green was chairmat ; little Bill Green I iLal Abmri I I for the next two scars Eve' Testament" was quite entertaining : / SALTINES MAYONNAISE E Quart 49C i 4

2 shallow well pump, of the Junior-Senior Banquet com | fishing; off the stage and Lr Edwards arrived in town Thursday and the biggest laugh cam 1 I
mittee and was assisted by Jackie | Green, :'. ";l1rt't Rose Duncan for a week's visit! with old when she said: "Florence Biiiur!

1 15-qt. Canner (pressure Tanner, Yvonne Brookms Louise | and Florence Brown serving I friends here she is staying with leavesher teachers insane'" :

cooker) Adkins, Betty Durban Ade1! as Sadie Hawkins usheis earned the Henry Godwins hear th'at This affair was certainly up t t' 1 11b.box23C 1 White House Evaporated Skim

Scholl. Edwin Prevatt, Earl I out the Sadie Hawkins theme \ her husband 0 J, will be leaving the usual high standard. I'd sal /

1 Easy Ironer Alvarez Arthur Winkler Elaine I Carol Ann Pickett sang a Kmly.i for duty in Alaska in July And a big credit to the Junior Tall Cans 4

1 portable Washer Crosby, Vernon Underhill, Genl''' prayer at the beginning of :hf [ after a 30-da' leave Class MILK 2 11C

Shaw, Ode McGee, Kenneth Con program followed b\ the CHS trio j Congrats to Wayne Mundorf for So long See you in the i '
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TRUNKS All Sizes I way, Fred Conway, Patsy Kucera. Joan Tenl)". Patsy Benton anJ winning the prize for selling the next. : <

Johnny Kopelousos, and Mary Aliese Lawson and bringing I most band concert tickets '' Carolyn
I Frances Hazen. down the house were the hill-billy little Peggy' {aOl'e), 16 month : PICKLESIge. Garth Whole 4 4

Whatnot StoreAround I !|. and their unique musical numtorr old daughter of Ned and :Martha Legion AuxiliaryThe '4

:Piano Recital Palmer Jolley, Delano Thorna- Yancey. had! a nnriow e-cape with No. 2 Cans 4 4
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the Corner on I I Bobby Crews Edward Parker' JUst minor bruises when she way regular monthly meeting of 2 5C BEETS 2 19C 4 4
To Be GivenThe Arley McRae and Earl :Xoim.ir: run ?\ "r i 11'I i it' n tK' "I't I tht Amerif: Ltvi"ti Auxiliary .4

Temple. 1/ I I playing-- the bass fiddle---.. ..n.i.n......... u 1'J'I i, "I.,I '? ''>< hi !Id! Tin'i' M;u :2i!"> :1':i iI ..4 4.
'- I I annual spring piano recital harmonica .. 4PILLSBURY'S
and wierd Inst I 11.11' "" I I.'n' !L iM:I I111u111111111111111111 .
given bMrs.. Will Edward made of a wash tub. ttp.' ,>" 4 4
r- pupil will be held in the Woman.' baseball bat was so 11-, ', t"" ulu uwuu 1 u 1111111I PLAIN or SELF-RISING 4
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DPEU Club Thursday night. May 22, at by the foot work of Delano r: t tn> .44. i SWANEE PAPEU 4
S:00 oVIoik The public is cordially piano could / 4
Jjardly keep son 'nnii' .. '4
L- STARKE FLA. invited the numbers they were ;ilia\ )11>. ..44.. I t i TOWELSrolls 4 4
Those participating in the recital all in all 'twas a tai' ,:. ,u / 4
PH., 8a t. :May 16, 17 will be Julia Lawson Mary cess .44 FLOUR 4 4
INK DOUBLE FEATURESUGARFOOT Julia Futih, Mary Rivers Stubbins. 44 ? 1 IflC 4
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David Kelly, Francis Caldwell look" that the ... 4
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Agnes Lawson Mary Carol Bes- .. qJ rt 4
buildings have acquired I tin .. 4
sent Jackie Parker James Lawson .. 4
1 Wl'f'kith the new paint .'n>nOH..1! .. f 1 4
IV TKC1LMCOLOR Wendell Kelly Mary Ann reno"ating-surt'I looks n, F ft- Ibs. 4
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With Randolph( Scott and \dC'l. Wells. Jackie Harley. Gayle see that Herbert and Evelyn tub. S'bs. 49C 10 95C 4 4

Jcrgens Moore ,Connie Nancy Halley Bates., DavkBrowning Fritz:' are opening a hardware .stoi.oor .4 44.. // > Oceans of Suds 4 4

-AND- lc.1 in the old Bradford Ha: : dwarr pS, 1t > TIDE SftC .4
Pellum. Burge Searing Carol 44 t 1 .4p.
i stand-next to tine bank h.,', .... t 4
THE HOUSE I Rac. Harold! Tyus Sandra Carmichael a few changes m 1 ... Ibs. 4
Virginia Thomas Frank personm u is. ... / I.arsje Pkir. *& VEelheck $1"25 4
Across The Street Call street this week Mian! lu ... i 25 4
lin latch Janis Blume, Carolyn 4
Cleveland, formerly atkl Hlg- -4 v-o _u________ .
\Yajne :\Iorrl, Janis Paige i Crews Betty Jean Svhmitt. Anne l I 4i4 4
I restaurant is now at the KU>r\,!la '
Homin
Plus Cartoon Cold Storage" ;, Cressler. Maxine Andrews, Barbara 'Theatre CHESTER. A sensitive inI' > 4
and Serial Bates. Jean Dugger. Carolyr. II concession in the lobby I pattern GRITS SWIFTS Meat for Babies, Can 21c'.
Louise Campbell and MildreJ quiet good taste on Syra se si /
Pellum. Patricia Pellum. CaroljrChilson. 4I 15C 4H
Chester' are clerking at Koth new PAUL REVERE shope / --
Sun., :Mon. May 18, 19 Bonnie Harris Terry I I 4
I Martha Yancey is part-timmg a.c 21.0z.i'kg. SWIFfS JEWEL OIL Qt. 52c 4
Ga.-kms, Wanda ,
Finch. Betty A delicate floral p.
Cave Of Outlaws receptionist at the Doctor' (tl'hnic very pattern in 4
Wall, and Maxine Jones. 4
:MarltonaU Carey, Alexis Smith I Hospital; how do you like muted pinks and greens bonded --- 4

1'lu'is'w and! Cartoon Evelynn Xewsome's new swill cut" with gold. Very modern. this des j : For Ii.hes CRISCO SHORTENING 1-Ib. can 31c 4 4

,iWoodmen To Attend -sure is becoming and just the ... sign is perfectly at home in any I JOY 4 4

ONLY thing for hot weather and in 'I, 30c 4
Tues., :May 20 District Meeting / setting Superb in taste Chester i
; UNCLE BENS FLUFFY RICE 28 oz. 35c 4
our "guess who" this week wh. 4 ,
meets the test of true china Hold Ivory L 'l'. P kg. 4
TALK of the TOWNCarey I The Pine Temple LogRollerswill u the charming attrai'uih the'I. 4
the plate to the lighf and sea 'I.'I. SNOW 4
hold their spring district: dressed young lady who has been t 27c 4
Grant, Jean Arthur '! meeting in the Live Oak American secretary in a well known ,'f!Ice shadow of your hand through it.4 s' > > DIAL DEODORANT SOAP, ]Ige. bar 17c 4
!'Ius Nous and Cartoon .. h. .I / t 4
legion Hall on Thursday. May 29 for years and can be se-1 Ii with ... 1 hory Med. Bars 4

at 5 p.m. and members of the local her shoes off tucked under ht'r'I ... t SOAP, 3 for 23c 4 4
Wed., Thur. May 21, 22 Woodman Camp will take part. It chair while working nine-tenths ,>r 1Ii. : Pricein this ad effective thru Saturday May 17fh 4.

WALT DISNKV'SALICE will be "a family picnic affair" 'I the day-will give you a hint ... i: Laundry Soap 4 4

( with Woodman families carrying J I she's secretary to a state senator .-4.. I P & G, 2 bars 13c 4 4
INWONDERLAND covered dishes of food. I Saw Hazel Phillips Ruth 4

Wnoilmen from 11 counties will101r. ':BrOadway and Margaret Millet e.. ftft ftft-- E Toilet Sea Rejf. Bars A 81 FOOD STORE 4 4
this event which will behighlighted I ftft <
in j trying their luck at bowling -nir
I ftft > CAM AY 3 for 23c
by a Good Citizenship I night last week at Strickland'sMargaret "4 ftft Th" Great Atlantic and PacIHc Tea Co. 4
award at S pjn. :Many other inter- '4 ROBERTS JEWELRY;: 4
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I New Garden Club Has Installation \Vat.-i! t l new of New Or!,
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Judge: and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins were Mr H L Sp.'er m r,in. ..
i dinner: guests last! Friday evening '"' of Starke. was \isitmj; ,(Ending, veial weeksi' -. I ,
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I of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong i in Starke last week inters; Mrs- Lex Oret n .,' \!
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ten acre farm to Isabelle ERa. I I ": 'ruc !'> S T I'dl. Sr II .1 '.
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Virginia. The'transaction- ."- iu. \\ ( k.- 1: M 1: J M I B"ll\\" It, ,
J and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and son. Mr and MM X S. Dankel were, handled by the E. A. Strout R- ,:' J
Tommy, of Jacksonville spent Sunday in Wavros-, Ga Sunday visiting Agency ""I

visiting their parents. Mrs Mr Dankel's parents Mr. and Mrs Miss .Tunr Hardinsr return' ? Attention Tobacco Growers

Carrie Ritch and Mr and Mrs H J A. Dankel and also Mr and Mrs. Atlanta. Ga. Wednesdaa'T,' ; TolKKt-o Ikims
Hf maynow II(' injured .
C. Brown. I I J W. Furlong. t a atttURst 1.H-: x I' 1
spending month with her parents # 1 i'IRE uhile curinginir
Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray and I r Mr1 H. Kite is attending the Mr. and Mrs. Tom HardingDr. 7 : lubat'l'o.

daughter Donna Lou. of Jacksonville ,: and Mrs. R. P. Stubbtn ; 1'e Ilt'Ii.t' that \\t. an. the first ii'nr.ui. .1-;, n<-\ n.itinuiHinity Iii""

spent the weekend! with their ;confer-ence I were in Tallahassee over the seek ; '" to offer you thi. much ned,-d pr..t...-ti..n
parents. Mr and Mrs I O. Hazer. Saturday. I .. IIAIL IX! riJ\Nt:
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.... 'tended the party Saturday ever ng ..:i through iiiir agriii:

I ITO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT 5 I at the home of Mrs. Stubbing sister -\ Let us sa\e you up to '!II "ii y air insur.intf IMM..LS
; Mrs. J. Lewis Hall given' in .l

Brooker/ and New River honor of their brother. Rivers Bu- owls i Conner & Gay Insurance
ford Jr. and his fiance. J' 'ggy t Agency

I:t Hodg.on.Irs.. R. P.. Stubbms SrI It > t I ti J f yk 1: h 11 1 !)1.; N. ('uurt:1.:: =Starkf" Thone LV:
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sincere thanks for theM ii i I weekend. with the. StubbinMr -" "' \ t I eterrer ,.
t i and Mr!: B. T. Thoma> and
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Mr and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw attended II
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fine vote given me on tfft
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i Jacksonville last Friday evening J
:May 6 and for your kindness
M : The Thomases. Outlaws and Mr : I

and consideration and Mrs. D. L. Thomas also art nd- 4

t.4 I ed the Shiners Ceremoma' t m J FOR
throughout the cam ;, Palatka on Saturday where P, L .

:, and L.'l'rn'pre initiated mt-, th
paign.;: I still have plentyof The GraduateA
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cabbage and other the Hubert weekend Ktlly. with of hi Marklie. brother-in-spew!! |lighten, *ni tllt'e' ,',,i.u,,' ih! >' m-uh 1 M.i'.1 }h I ;.4 i-t l .ii,It.el t] director" Flor.. : IiJllltSl'llle. 11..,'I, ,, I .: ,

ulnla;,: : d :Si, n.titrdt9l< ; Clue l.t Fecit/ Minrn: ( of Garden, Clul Mis. .'
hw Geoige Day. plt' : and sister, Mr. and Mrs Alton
vegetables, and cordially Dobbs |h./d/ ii lie U'l'ii.an: Club lat v, ho cl)'yed as installing officer; Gainesville Club KtHmin iSwindall Large: Selection Sure To Please

invite you to drop by : Mr. and Mrs. Dan Priest ar.dIr.. Fnda\ evening.Pictured Mrs. J. D. Doyle, treasurer; and led ih>' !I" ,:I. < am1 The Hoy & Girl on List I

: and Mrs George T. Jones of Jack- l! above (seated I to ill) Mrs. Paul Raymond, chairman A. J. Thomas gave th m 1,1 I: > ss of your I II I;

for a mess of anything I I som.me'rre visiting their parents are: Mrs. T. B. Harding. 2nd vice Hospitality. w elcome.Thirty. I
I
: on Sunday. > president; Mrs R. F. Young, president Others present from out of -!hroe Charter members I Ming Your Gift Problem To I's'
have in the field to eat. "
; Mr. and Mrs. John 1' Mrs. M. Hazen vice : town clubs
Mixon and ; F. 1st and taking part tin were present. ,,1

daiiffhter. Dorothy, visited Mrs. M. president. (Standing 1 to r) Mrs. the program were: Mrs. Wesley The next meeting will be held
E. Mixon and \f r. and Mr". Phares'I' Marian Howe Coleman
corresponding secre and Mrs. Herman Eggenrepresenting FOR
'' Monday night. June 2. at 8 o'clock "HER" FOR "imrWALLETS
SINCERELY 'I' Mixon in Waldo on Sunday. i I tary: Mrs. C. A. Knight, hostess; the Jacksonville I in the courthouse Photo by ,,!

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Stewart t Mrs! Claude Crowson. secretary; I Garden Club! and Junior Club rt'. Bullington Studio.W. .
i drove Mrs. J. H. Hou!:er to Flat COMPACTSATOMIZERS

(Russell) Rock. Ala over the weekend where i T. Murrhee, Seaman 1-('. is I Mrs: j I F. Rogers of Jacksonville Mrs F. H. Long had as Sunday : i

R.H. GREEN JR. I Mrs. Houser will spend the summer spending a 30-day leave here with spent the weekend with her I uetIr.. and Mrs. Hill Long and i,

I i' with her son and daughter-in-law. !': father W. T. Murrhee. He has I daughter Mrs. T. Frank Landrum ,I
Mr and Mrs. C. L. Houser i returned from a tour of duty I and family. The Landrums also had 'Richard Thede and son. Ricky, of : JEWELKYCOMK
(Pd. Pol. Ad".) II Mr and Mrs. Clyde) Priest visited| 1' aboard the Aircraft Carrier USS I Las Sunday guests Mr and Mr,. G.
Mr Priest's mother. Mrs Lula Aiflietam. which took him to Korea. 'R.. Rogers of Gainesville i roll of Jacksonville.J. I: & imUSH

Priest in Williston on Sunday. 1, At the end of his leave he Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs E. S. W Brownlee and son, John : SETS '!
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/ MY and Mrs. George 1:. Powell will return to his ship at Alameta Matthews Mrs. Harry Houston. *of Gainf'sville'lsltf't! :Mr. Brown- i,
-f Newton N. C. are guests of [ Calif. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell of Siarke !l lee's mother Mrs ,1 M Hrownlel' i
THEATRE J II Fields this week. rs'l I Mr and Mrs. Jacob Rech have and Mrs! G, c. Livingston of 1 last Friday evening

i I 1 1 STARKE Mr Susan! Andrews visited herml gone to Richmond Hill. NT. Y. for ,'I Tampa were luncheon guests Tuesday Mr. and MiI I :S; ''!'i'' 'p.nt I FOR liOTH I
nt-law and the summer. of :Mrs L. T. Crews in .
daughter. Mr. and,1,, I High I'o'k"I .1 !l' 1. 1 1'- \ ;, ;,!t
I Mrs Bryan Lynn in Williston the {I I Mr and Mrs B. T. Thomas were Spring-. Mrs Livingston !'t'm.1 ,,i-l, ,i-'i-: :: Mr !inn, i :Mi }: n:1I:: i iMr I ?f; : PEN & PENCIL SETS ,
I Dedicated To Community Service 'atlv part of the week. i,j'Mr in Branford Sunday visiting Mr. with Mr did Mrs rll'"r i and M"F': t h. WATCHES ,
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"Mo\les Are Better Than E\er" and) Mrs. Robert E. Tanner ''at''' Mrs. F. P. Hinea short visit. TIJAYEL CLOCKS ( A11 JEH.b[; !

Sr. of Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs Mr. and'Irs.. Martin Land and. :Mr. and "11':;. Cro.-bv HI it'I :'. ,, .,',- I50XED J PERSONAL: i
Sat., May 17 ONLY Sur., Mon. May IS, 19 R. E. Tanner. Jr. of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. Luke Feeney were in and daughter. Janelle. "f, 1 I i. kvllle -..." STATIONARY !

were Sunday guests of Mrs. J. H. Gainesville Thursday. were :weekend gut.t.'t! ,
DOUBLE FEATURE I w..Yl. loin 1, FI1 is. 1 I i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Castleberrvof and Mrs. W. H. Nollm.inI rF (lifts

ABBoTrCOc. Ht'L.. D. Haines and Dolvin Auburndale spent the weekend I afrs.afaxieCarter retil, ; i iI ", Ii Wrapped tilt School Colors

'Foreman are attending the Southern /visiting!' the Lawson families. I i
Baptist convention in Miami Mr and Mrs. J. A. Reyes of St. cousin Mrs: Maggie R.>:-KI.': .. j -\ w FREE FREE FREE

1ackBeanstJflu I this week. Miss Hrlen Haines isserving Augustine were Sunday guests ofMr. roil, Ohio. Mrs! Readei ',M"; !> ir--:: ;

as page for the WMU at and Mrs. Freeman Register. | membercd as the list, i : ,n,>- I I
the convention.M Mrs. A. F. Sauls had as luncheon' Butler of Jacksonville A In, i 1
"Mechanical Ilinf
Cartoon
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C. Stith of Washington D. lIf'sts'pdnesda\. airsBlanche with the Carters last Summ-
AlsoVint\Vonilrn" Ale-cil: A: Williams and Ir's. 1' Friends of Mrs. ,
( was the overnight guest Satura Eunice Claike'of T R ( ''1111' : i ri
IaGNt News Tampa, Mrs. Henrietta be interested to know DUCKY'SYOUR !
<: \ of Mr and Mrs. H. L. Brown- Hunt thatrecuperating t !
lee! while erroute to the Southern Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and Mrs. L. at ht'r hmin' \\ !!'. I
4 MRS. L. S. HLTTO I). Green of I S :
Starke. Pines after
Baptist convention in Miami. ling j I recenth i ingoing :*! .
1 Tues.. Wed. = May 20. 21 I Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Mrs. I. G. Harris and son. Gary, a major operation: in \'' i, '
family had! as guests Thursday of returned home last Friday after General HospitaJliss
( I I i I last week. Rev. and Mrs. George ten days visit with Mrs. Harris | ) June Caldwell I 'ttmru parents. Mr- and Mrs. Eric Moore Calif returned home Smut '
( I| Daniels of Dawson Ga. and on Fri- } {I i
OR l day and Saturday they had as in Douglas, Ga. two week's visit with her pan i tMr t-

anep M tlt. i j i guests. Mr and! Mrs. Homer Fain Mrs P. M. Barefoot is spendingthis andTrs.! J. G. C.ill\.ll, and,
AND- ....n- wo,ar..L 911uhaYY.ty T Z. :.IQ)3 Sue ll i 'I and sons. Edward and )Kston of Oz- week in St. Petersburg visit family of State Farm and S'; M', '1.-" FUTURE CONGRESSMAN
This "Karly To IJ.it" Cartoon ark. Ala. ing her sister, Mrs. Frances Parker. Mrs. J. B Sapp Mrs \\' I:
; v rr Also "Kiife ( Mr :Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. had as Mundy| and daughter Jear '. ,
CHARLES r 'ouboy, Hide" Spe< ial and Mrs. C.C:. Hoppe of ,L : i I"
Mother's Day guest, her family in Gainesville SU'HIw'Ht" .1 ,.
STARRETTSMItIT and latest N>us Tampa were weekend quests of 'J.Gon'in
Mr: O L. Beasley and Mrs ..1.V.. Ir. and Mrs. Roy Ward and children i in the AlachiM < ;If I ,

Thur., Fri. May: 22 2.1 K I in aid. Mrs.: Eeasley and Mrs. and Darhv Peek of Lake City hospital! and also' :Mrs Altiel \i I
J EURNETTE and Mr. and Mrs S. L. Peek Jr. Do R.
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,
r 7 K MI. \ lid also had as Sunday guests : t Matthews

7H f AgiIP of' \I> :and Mrs. Robert Bacon and

'hi, ., children of Live Oak. _

i f Mi > =Ned Yancey had Monday ATTENTION VETERANS !

MANONEY i ,iis.. her mother. Mrs. J. P.

.. > netuM li / I :Stevens: and brother J. P Stevens Take advantage of your Y.Hume Loan Guarantee
) y <.>f Sanford who to THANKS the than
were enroute
Benefits. Build your home in Starke on direct loan more 18,000 voters
Plus "Chow Hound" Cartoon and( Ten .
'hattanooga ::
through Y.A. 21 nice lots for immediate sale. :Near
Mr and Mis. Jesse New.some, who endorsed him in the first
Serial daughter, Evelyn and son. John, center of town. City lights, water and :-t'\\ate di>posal.INYESTUIATE .

spent Sunday in Jasper visiting' ; TODAY! prImary.
MRS. LESLIE HHJGS friends.F. A .
I'lus ea.i a l\entnnM H D. Key visited nls mother CHARLES HARDY P. O. Box 573
Cartoon Mr I
< N. T Wilkinson in Palatka

Sunday and aiso visited friends in Phone :30.VW; NOW let's finish the job of
electing
II< Y\ir nsu'mat .NAME co n\uu; IV THK KI...VVDIVGDKIVK Given Starke, Fla.They're a
Cove Springs.
: IV OK n..omn.TlltTm: ADS CUT AD Ol'T AND 1'KK-: :Mrs! B. C. Holtzendorf visited 3'\. Congressman who has made NO
'
sE. T IT TO BOX OFFICK F.ut FKKK: TICkETS: her mother Mrs R. Koolbeck in :r

Japer Suri'iy' ,, impossible, idle promises ; who

BLANDING DRIVE-IN stu John lent Hain.-s at U. of of Winter F.. visited Park his a going, going, going Ajij; offers you an opportunity for

undo 1 and aUnt Peand Mrs L. D.
I
, souraeous
, Haines last Friday evening I
.lI'atfd To :Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and I experienced
legislatorwho
.
: \ it. ArtCommunity ,
THEATRE111 suns. Robert and Edward were ;
Better
service in Mayo for the weekend visiting has
A MAKTIN TI 1\TKK: Than Ere: r :Mr ar.drs.. Robert Lancaster

:Mr. and :Mrs. ti. C. Damper and ,

BoX' Office Opens 7:00() P.M. Show Starts 7:15 I: p.:". .-on. Billy \'isitedIr.. and Mrs P. NEVER
BEEN REPUDIATED the Who climb
at polls.
must
OPEN EVERY NIGHTRAIN OR) FAIR .\. Dampier in Jacksonville Sunday j

Mrs. Carrie Patch spent from:' from the bottom of the Congressional influence ladder just

Sun. May S ONLY I Wed., Thur. May 21, 22HERBERT Thursday to Saturday of last week i j'
,
". -AV in Jacksonville visiting her son and I j Il.ify.n" I like any other man elected from a new district (don't be

daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. T. G. + ,, misled !
i )
Ritch. low < <
t J. YATES as asFJgin .
pri.nU / Mr, and Mrs. Den Kite have InAdMq to t I.F.d ; j. ? 6 ,
n f"tfil the upstairs F. F Flume'

Ol ROCK ISLAND 1 part Mr ment VOTE a vigorous, vital, young man a chance togive
and Mis J H. DuPre spent
lAMJUA HAIi' ROROKI UJdtuni )j jt
WDY SU110H OIQ au0TT TRAIL : li-f Friday evening Macilenny I
N,1.C..r r aM law nT \ t i-t.ng: : Mr and Mrs. J. P. North a your new district a courageous,
Iris rfattnl :Mr and Mrs James Kincher and 1
Slowing j 'p ikk1tR1SfW\ ;
,
,,iiijfhters. Marcia and Chmteneof ?
FORREST TUCKER ADELE
MARA 'i
IMiis "WtKHly Dines Out tartyon : Jal'ksomille'trt' wet'kend II I II I competent representation.VOTE .

ADRIAN BOOTH with;BRUCE CABOT J sue.st- of Mr. 3.ldlrs.. Merrill Kuwaid OF II I

A. .\. COOK cunt wilts uutm nun .. 44IjP I
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CUlT WITWIJ and JEFF COREY Dr C C Mendoza: of Jackamville 'p __ _-_ j

A.REPUBLIC PRODUCTION called for his sons Cliff, Rn"rdofAtimrdmrnmd Mrra FOR
on
and or.lv Elgin, hat
:Mon., Tues. :May 19, 20 I g.lAv.. ,A... : .a .,a7w Sunday, having spent the weekend I! the Dural,.'er Mainspring 1 anA. maU/.nf apannn .aaitt $4750
:1/
/ fcu't
awl u ran tr rena
tuarmtccd bran
to Deter nJo
with his 075
Plus "Drippy :Mississippi": Cartoon grandparents. Mr. and I/in bandit mt modfl. }**? Ami.'f f'. OODr.nti
SORROWFULJONES Mrs; T. J Griffin Mrs Mendoza ':
hat
tau full biu-t dulru' ; '
art' daughter Gloria are on a two' ndnteh .ac ,fai. tni. 3375
MRS. F. B. HEARD \\'fk'! tour in Mexico City I i

Fri., Sat. May 16(., 17 Mrs Joyce Tomisich and two!;'! FINE SELECTION OF GIFTS FOR TilE (iRADlATLs' D. R. BILLY MATTHEWS

sons of Los Angeles Calif.
-..,. were I' Quality 1Ia.0: Substitute.
11'ITIILucille Danger- ;y Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ----_.._---

// Ball Days Filled! Homer Mr and Swindall.Mrs. I I Ed S S'
Martin W. Struthl
I GEM JEWELRY
A\1) and children Betty: Martin, Jr ipson :
i tiAItE and Sandra of Milton Mr and Mrs itt i fOR CONGRESSPd.
i L Edwards Mr. and Mrs Wm |
Bob Hope G Struth and Mrs. Leah Bauknight ; > 'ward Railway Walch Inspector

of Jacksonville were weekend 1

Plus "Voice of the Turkey" Car : !:flE il t6 ifmI guests Miss of Mrs.V.. H. Struth and TilE C AUTHORIZED ELGIN AND IH'LOYA
Kate Struth.
toon. r i ALER=:: IN BRADFORD COUNTY ( Pol. Adv.)
I Plus! "T\\eet ::\11I..iCartoon While in Atlanta Ga. recently ;

.... -. '. J} =_' Miss June Patel visited the Levy I STARKE, FLA.
i Griffins and Jimmy Jenkins of De- '!_ :"" ;:. "::..o'O'- .. .-4:;'
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f\AGE SIX BRADFORD
COCXTY
TELEORAPa: STARKK, FLORID\

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Earworm moth* will not lay e::;;g- TTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTfTTT
Methods Of Spraying And on the silks after they tern To :htoters of District FivtI i i.mt M O HaieTILXNKs U 1! to say that m\'
DustingFor LONG BRANCH : \\ 'o take this opportunity N campaign wai t tsuccess to thank each and ev'> rv ,,' ,
brown. It is a waste of mon'\ and{ and certainly apprcoat. for
t'to. \pre-s lilY thank and ap : FROM you the fine vote and t r':
material to apply inset tit id.- Mrs. J. L. ,I! FlU SEli: the good wishes of my Brad fore d
Kj given
,
Strickland pnciation[ for the splendid \'otegiven me on May 6. Alth sits
Bud And Earworms Discussed after the silks turn brown. II Although I do not run in Bra I. County friends was
I not elected
: me on May 6. I hold no Ill I amtill <>\ '
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAII ford County I know that I hav,.-f -Edwin Fra
Later the when I I: ser; body's .
in season c.u will toward those who voted:! friend and will coop "'
worms become abundant It u ul. 'nminp day at Long another way, and will continue tcserve many friends, there who were n a-: -- n--v fh .,,,';_>"!" for the best H.'.
Bj J. W. \\iNon i i Iin the whorl and the spray must difficult to obtain.ati Bunch Church terested in my campaign for elei,t'To" v.-f']1't tt.t| ,;1, 's'' .
waa
very : great sueie i I '.u''v i ILl i distrn :
: district and the
Central Florida Sta- be I my countyat lion to the State South
Experiment : directed into the whorl tci Senate from CIa StarKe-: .
( : factory control with dust apph| 's: although the weather '' Maurice Edw;u.l- I
tion Sanford i I give best results. Dusts have not cations. During the past year experiments : unfa\orablf The clouds were very war large to the best of my abilitv i, and Bake Count's: I un hapl[I i\' I I"h :to ',Ik,' 'h.s: opp,irtun.t: :\. --
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Florida sweet corn growers;: I been very effective for budworm were conducted with
have learned that in order to because the dust cannot settle ill'l..I mixture of 3 toI quarts of 2. rain before church time. While
to the bud.
profitably market their cornt I ', per cent DDT emulsion and 2 1-2 we were having preaching semcer F You're

must be worm-free The cool j! When earworm infections: are !i gallons of a clear horticultural it rained hard and the wind WaE ahead when

nights which we have experienced': LIGHT.produced worm by CAREFULLY free corn can be I 1 i oil having a viscosity of SO t "trong Some of the tomb stone money you buy

through April have delayed the applying : 90 degree Sejboldt in 50 to 100, were blown over in the cemetery
30 to 35
of 5
pounds
cent ,
development) of the budworm and per gallons of water. This mixture and flowers were scattered fron

torn carworm. They have beenactive 1/ DDT dust per acre. Careful ap was applied to an acre of corn where they had been placed < i

but not in as large numbers plication means that the follow There are some problems !till t1 the graves Quite a few of th- these
ing things must be done: be worked out but where this mixture people were in the on PLAIN
as would be the case had the: I'I cemetery pla HARP)
1. Begin dusting the day the fACTS
was used the control of flowers
nights been warmer. One of the I silks appear. 1 I ing on the graves wh. '

conditions for producing worm- 'I 2. Apply the dust during peri torn earworms was much better the storm broke and they got WI' I IJ

free corn is to be sure to destroythe ods when i I than where DDT dust was used before they could get to the of;>'
there
budworms and earworms before I is no air movement I I'I Three insecticide: companies have church house. But we needed the

the corn begins to tassel. Late afternoon or after.:placed on the Florida market ready rain, so we received a double J
dark the best i
are times for dusting

This can be accomplished by thoroughly I ''I. mixed DDT and oil formulations shower a shower of spiritual! I

spraying the corn just before I which IF PROPERLY APPLIED, | blessing and a :shower of rain. I

tassehng with 1 1-2 quart3of 3. Arrange the dust discharge have not injured corn in trials The LIGGED2i'
: morning message was d'livered 11"
pipes so that the dust will strike !1 '
; conducted thus far and should in-
25 cent DDT emulsion or
per by Rev. Ed Shutz, paM.ir K
and cover the silks. This is accomplished crease the yield of free _
worm corn
2 1-2 of 80 cent toxa-
pints per of the church. Rev Jim Stickland -
emulsion in 100 of by having a discharge when compared with DDT dust fey
phene gallons jwater j!! I delivered the afternoon m .
pipe for each side of the row, just treated corn.
At least! three:!
per acre I Mis Ed. Shutz
above and about 10 inches from i sage is the pn- cotnef
nozzles per row with one over the the'' If growers desire to use the cot song leader. We all enjn\ .:
the silks and directed toward
corn plants should be used. The DDT-oil mixture for the control the singing much 4 -.: Stk
silks. I! very as 11"ua'there :! -
nozzle orifice should l' be comparatively of earworms the following suggestions -: were quartets by d"!!!. \I' ',' ;;.
large so that the spray 4. Repeat the dust application* are offered. groups. Mrs. Sheets rend. n.1 "
droplets will be large. Such large at 48 hour mtervals. If it rain? "
I 1. A high clearance sprayeris lo "My Mother'" Pra\ 1'1'
will down into shortly after dusting repeat the I
droplets run
spray I needed to avoid excessive break The .
continued
rain ]lot
MI i : "
the bud better than when the dust application within 21 hours
ing of the stalks. The spray were later than usual m :.. .
is broken into fine 5. Continue the dust Se ek
spray up very applications pump should have sufficient Capacity our dinner spread but :t'"; -'
droplets. The worms feed down until the silks turn brown. -
to deliver the required it even though they' .. i R
I
I volume of spray at a pressure of, getting it. Quite a T ''I" 'I" -

50 to 1a) pounds per sqare inch. ''churches were repress r I .1 ,. .l lvrEt

I WISH TO ANNOUNCE I The volume of spray required will : than those in the Black i t' L
depend upon the number of row sociation.

THAT HAVE OPEEDIY: OFFICEIN the boom is built to cover Four
This was the first ll.l" I ." "in.it'service
flat fan type nozzles, two on each ,
to be conduc!+d !m tn.} .
THE HEMBREE I BUILDING side of the row should be pro : '" .... ,
new building. The .
total
OI I Ha'= .
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Ion' 'co' of 'Jo.'J f n.tplY.fen'
M
e" r-e
vided. It i is suggested that the __
for the day was 5211.46, .S'N lw..J .J d.p.nJ.n' on a.u Jt I rf 01 mores i
GENERAL PRACTICE nozzles be placed on a rigid pipewith ,
We were informed there w II''
IS below
inches
one pair about I
DR. C. F. TURNER the top pair. The boom should not be services in the tent .it! '. Stack up what you get for what you pay and join the

be adjustable so that the top nozzles -,Elgin Tadjrett's next Sunday Ma\
nation's largest cf truck
group users by choosing Chevrolet
HOURS[ 11:00 AM. TO 5:00 P.M. will be about 6 inches above IS, as the church ha! been tinabh' .
to furnish seats and the necessary ---7
CLOSED the upper, ears. The spray tank By far the biggest number of truck done. A truck that's
THURSDAYS I should be equipped with a good furnishings to have sen"ices. \\r > ,"" rugged, long

-.. mechanical agitator to prevent the do not know when the tl'lIt1(1 '. h.' ,:" users today are Chevrolet owners lasting. .
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oil floating on top of the water. be ready for occupancy There i ;_,... ; and! for good hard-beaded reasons. Take a look at the four facts .

'---I II 2. Begin applications of the1! will be services at our dwelling t.indemend-f i Because what they get is this: below and see why you, too, will

as we have been doing. All arf ; ( Irs !''I..kIt MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN low Cost-in purchase and be ahead with Chevrolet
-'Fct; bl-; spray the day the first silks ap invited I fAwks 2 V'l THAN Ml OTHER MAKE price money a
District One pear. V in upkeep. truck that gets the job truck Come in ;ind sec us about it!
I Iw" I II '| Elgin Padgett suffered p ,
3, Repeat the applications at'
I I would like to thank my friends for 48 hour intervals If the spray heart attact May ". The last Wf ': FACT NO. 1 FACT NO. 2 FACT NO. 3 FACT NO. 4
I heard from her bin- was about
their !support'\ in my race for Constable j material has had time to dry on the same. Save money on purchase price Save money on operating costs Save money on job efficiency Save money on law depreciation

District One, comprising voting the silks before it rains it is NOT, Stack up a Chevrolet truck agr-t;. Hundreds of thousands of triklu Chevrolet! tru As: arc LictorvRecords show that Chevrolet trust
I of North and I Gertie Faircloth was sharpi n.i! any other truck: with compr;, ,' ,,'rs have: proved to their .o" ni,iVhed: to hair! p, \'o'! .,vl u.;, i i iii '" triditlondly! bring more moiui '
precincts Lawtey, necessary to spray soon after the find the till' <, 'llf.ILIIJII f that C'll'\iolll't > .'"'s N 't : ..'!'t' thin! _
a pocket knife, let it slip :snu :h specifications 1)) : i < 'I i: n\ m. !:1 i l i iJl L :any oiner m ike w'
South Starke, which enabled me togo rain dries off the corn. the blade in her finger Sh, di iclct truck libii tor lees, UKt\ *-' Ol ah :V vI i II! and in .,,' 'u :IX' "' .i|i. : I I..>, ..I""t t .il['t'tit the >.,me: r i..,v.
into the second Primary. I feel I
4 4. Continue the applicationsuntil veloped blood poisoining and hat;

that my experience in law enforce I the silks turn brown. Six tc to take lockjaw shots.

c; ment well qualifies me for this posi TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE
Sunday while Mr
eight applications will be suffi and Mi-
i tion and assure the citizens and I Rufus Chance were at church the .
voters of this district that their vote cient.
Y I storm that hit this
I section took off
4.1 .,,* and support on May 27th will be i I The amount of the ready mixed 111 STARKE
\ i the roof of their home, tore the FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS
!sincerely appreciated. t tI DDT-oil to be used per acre is front porch off and blew the roof

given on the container label. These off of tht garage Itrnrr/tE//11irI/11ttlillll/t1tItIIllrrrutlrrllltlli1i11if.1t11I1111111ifti111r1iIIIiiIIIIlIt11fi7f/i11119yi111t1
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I D. B. Dick9 Thomas !I Ii > amounts vary somewhat due tri 1


..I.. .. (Pd. Pol. Adv..) .. ..I',i I' variations the mixture.I in. the formulation of THANKS I F /
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I tu IMI t. t tar.k:: nl\ niat.t .

friends\ tm i th i ir, rltoI>ui .trnuf: i I.' 't MI

< and suppoit of, !niuididn; ) t l< i t

.d.. tA m Relliellrner! r': i j the office ut t Supemsor of H.').' I $50001

istration for Bradford County, I \ We'll Give You

.. ( am demi very the fjt Bradfoid.iti.ful :County'or the \lIt"I'coif([: re


have; placed m nu and wish tt, -,- .

SUre them that I will be in"'n r

: M i II'' than glad to 'trhem in .m: :;
i I r \'Blue Book" value ;

i iI iI I j I way four >possible'*'arsi during the tonun,. I over


\, i! Marian I., C] t ,
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.. i I wish to oprs rm: SIIK" r r
,. ':"7': 'II appreciation and gratitude tn \ for your present refrigerator, regardless ffflJ IJOR
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FRIDAY. MAY 16, 1932 -
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Circles ---- ----- -- -- nut' only their oxxn dialogue but I Crosby Mrs. Martha Futch and' wonderful climax to Musi.- \\ ., :.-
Methodist Circles Baptist I IT'
po ( cited ong.ndl; songto co.'r.pletrtheir Mrs Muriel Gay. and something to rem.. '

Met MondayCircle Met TuesdayThe MUSIC NOTES production Mrs. Aivah I' This article could not possibly:I the weeks to come.

Cook and her fifth grade group include all the wonderful activities

1 of the Methodist WSCS Ida Darby Circle met at the hav' found that art and music are I that go on back-stage in inusic''I AOTICI: 10 .\rpl\1&

LI met Monday, May 5, at the home home of Mrs. A. A. Durden May I wonderful mediums of expression(, education becausa in the I In Circuit!la Court tbnnrtrr, liradford. ( aesFlorIdat

of Mrs. T. H. Slade with Mrs. H. H 6th with Mrs Jeannette Roper a? while studyingour neighbors tc i schools music is a living part of'' fax Jacobs: Plain'.ff, \ "

Adam and Mrs. Slade cohostess- cohosteas with 15 members pres- 4.BRADFORD the south. They have developed a'' life, like breathing but if we'i'Jacobs jxftindant. CM .vNolle

es. Mrs. L. A. Davis, circle leader ent. The opening prayer was colorful rhythm band of artistic looked into these classrooms we I I T. !tppfoc.

Gladys Mooty' presided over the busines given bv Mrs. Durden. The pro in.-truments created by the girl I would see symphonies concert. : and To address: Yftta Jai-oli-is: 3.:::' whos K 1IJM '

1$ L- Phone 35 session. gram chairman. Mrs Dave Paulkgave and boys with the talented guid' operettas artists all i Bronx, New \ "Tk.
IJl beautiful on Missions B>' Ruth (hastAin Parker! i You are hereby mtififl '1. '
___ __ _-_ _- c __ ______ __ The meeting was opened withpra.t'r a program ---" ance of Mrs Cook. i the music we read about during,suit for divorce has I-- '.\
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in the Home. Mrs. Andrews -------------
by Mrs. W. G. Haile, Mrs Heilbronn .Mrs. Beatrice music week in a wonderful against! you In the abf ..
the leader conducted business' | Court and cause and )'l"1 ., ..
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LaTrelle MdLeod Weds Thomas B. HamiltonIn Davis gave the devotional. Mrs I Music week Max410, was a Futch with her 2nd grade group stage of development i i quired to serve a ""I'Y I.t \ 'll'I.'w..r
Slade ', period. The Brotherhood supper tribute to music in our nation ; Our .tribute to or pleading tel the T\I'"
AlachuaVoman's ClubThe gave an interesting article gave a musical performance for goes the Teacher the
15J Rites Solemnized In on the six purposes of the'WSCS was planned. Project for tile i concerts symphonies operas the parents recently. The rhythm in the Bradford County Schools! 4 i iI on Frank Landrum.I'lalnUff'It"r.Stirke. f K'>! >- .\

3TI month H placing literature in I operettas artists all I and file the original in the ,(-:
for the next four band demonstrated an "on the A ..
years truly .
marriage of Miss La Trelle | motor courts i majestic performanceof the Clerk of the Circuit i I' .
The meeting was closed with prayer : bring their messages through Jhe beat" response that delighted the i iaUdiencf' Verdi's "Requiem" or before the Jth day of J ."., : '
Mrs. I was
of Mr. and presented
McLeod, daughter Visitors at the meeting wereMrs. otherwise ..
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(S Marvin L. McLeod. of Alachua, bMr: -. W. E. Middieton !after!i ixxhich Jessie Livingston of Tampa. I This glorious medium of music to you Prof. L. II. Futch and by the U of F Department! Complaint will allegations be taken ..ufessed f a
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a delicious loncht'ona* iI| music represents an end result Mrs. Mattie Elk with their respective of Music last weekend. I by you.
.Among I
and Mr. Thomas Blake Hamilton I Mrs L. D. Haines and Mrs. IayGeigt'r. This n'tthail! t-. pone
son of Mr. and :Mrs. Zedra.. W. served t> the 18 guests present. j Offering was $14.65. The osore semblance of perfection -; classes will embark upor i, the local musicians participating I Iwt're each week for o1"-
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I the height of attainment an educational pilgrimage to the' Alice Fernandez Kaufmannand ekn) in the !lradf.>r.l C'a i; T
Hamilton of Brooker was solem- t next meeting will be with Mrs.: F.I the I graph
30 at 4 rm-l 2 met in the Educational! Moore'I' refinement of emotional Stephen Foster Memorial this Jack Miller. violinists: Barbara Pit.d this Till iliof M I"t'FIo'WLJ. :
March
ized on Sunday, i F Flume with Mrs D. W, .
expression that find no greater SK.AM: J
Building with Mrs. J. A. Field'and week Breazeale. \ A
OSM i iBrooker second .
o'clock in the afternoon in the as cohoste3s. I outlet. soprano .Alachua Woman's Club. I Mrs Eula Whi!;ham aj f'f)-! But let us look behind our Mrs Martha Parker I and Ruth Parker. second, alto .A fly Myrtle T Doaxer. D.':''''
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J. N. Copeland minister of the I hostesses Th meeting was oper \ The Dora Alderman circle met own scenes III music and pay.I with her 4th grade "fluters" i, j t

Alachua Church of Cljrist, officiated I edxith praYt'r ov tie leader, Mrs at the recreation hall at the Baptist tribute to the ever living and guiding entertained the entire school with :' p- -

at the double-ring cere H.I RH harle. whi) prtside.1! !over! Church Tuesday afternoon light that leads our young flute music the other day. The'c'' ATTENTION 1

ISIT the business session. Mm Kate'' with Mrs. M. M. Morgan as hostess people to find their best musical girls and boys are learning much :

mony.Palms and two white Struth gave the c'exotional and! and 11 members: present I medium of self-expression about musical notation sharing i' FARMERS AM CATTLEMEX :
greenery
tf baskets of white gladioli were I i A. Mr E K Ferryman presented anj j Mrs G B Flynn, leader, opened I TEACHERS( m the Bradford /; group !spirit rponsi 'i PROTECT YOUR FARM Kl'ILDINGS & FENCES I

used with candelabra, holding article from the Woril Outlook. the meetiug with prayer. Mrs. L. County School-! bility and self-expression I

lighted tapers to decorate the I "The Gift of Pedro". I G. Powell and Mrs. D. L. Thom I More than anyone else these through; the guidance; of their Use Wolmanized LumberAnd

' clubhouse. I The hostesses served icfresh- conducted the program. teachers are aware of the value, teacher I ERDALITII TREATED FENCE POSTS

.1il :Miss Sandra Rooks pianist i 4 I 4' mentto tht 13 members prt s(nt.\\ The June meeting will be with : of music and the role that musk Hampton Miss Sxx anbom and _._._,-,--,--------_ a.ee_ .

rendered the wedding music, and I 'I Mrs L A. Canova at the lake I play in the life of the children :Mrs Sullivan's classes recently When in (laincstille! Stop HOur Yard You'll

Miss Patricia Harrison, soloist, ('Irl'\t-\ :; met with Mr?. J. W.i Delicious refreshment; were I Every day these teachers provide I entertained the entire uhool witha Welcome

Hang ")Iy Hero" (Herbert) ; and I'' Andrews at Kingsley LV'e Mrs.1 j served. 'I enriched living and learning in the varied program of music. including

"Always" (Berlin). The tradi-- A Z Adkins conducted the bai1; I classroom for all girls and boys solos. boys and prl- McCOY MANUFACTURING CO.

tional wedding marches were used. 1 ness session; and thanked all for! The Daisy Fowler Brownlee circle Tues met i through meaningful musical activities groups flutes, harmonicas, eta Lumber and Building, Supplies
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their Mwiation! t.irwigh the > ar.1| with Mrs Every class leads an enriched
Miss Ernestine McLeod, sisterof Phone 1361 E.
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with nine member 23rd.: IH\d. C.ainesulle
afternoon
3S the bride, was maid of honor Irs' E Hernwall pivo a devo- :, day i. Lawtey Mrs. Frances Hamil. life because their teachers pro.

and Miss Onita McLeod, another lional ,>n 'Anger". Mrs. A. Wood : present. I ton and hei fir.t and second grade vide an environment that include
Mr*. J. R 'hasteen Jr. led the i
told of the wonderful work beingdone : .
sister, and Miss Yvonne Harrell, boys and girls just presented an musIc.

cousin of the groom, were brides at the Methodist church for devotion followed with prayer by original musical skit based upon a Starke Elementary most of I
: the deaf Chicago. '\ Mrs. Wilbur Scott. Mrs. ChaUeer the first and second met
maids. -S in i story the children liked. With. grades STARKE GENERATORAND
The ho-tfss served refreshim-nt; had charge of the program in the 1 the careful guidance of Mrs informally, recently in the U. S. O ]
James E. Hamilton, of Patuxent Talk"
absence of Mrs Lex Green !
: (I. the 14 members and U.v visitors 1 '! Hamilton the children developed building and each class presented i
Md. with the U. S. Navy,
River on WMU training-
l'reStqlt. were given a musical selection. This
twin brother of the bridegroom,, school and :Margaret Fund. andtht' Was spontaneous and unrehearsed programi i STARTER WORKSAT
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was best man. J. L. Alvarez, of I Mrs Del Colley was hostess tithe story of the five Mem children I
4 Home Demonstration but even a music critic i
Starke was head usher, and the I ,'1JiI'. I '__ members of Cird 4 on Thursday -', all of whom were Margaret Flint' would be aware of the good tone

other ushers were Maletta Hale. 1 t'wningApril 21. M.L Tituj students was told. County Council quality the flowing phrases, careful '
(It Lake Butler H. D. Burnett, of; cloth and held the tiered wedding Olson presided in the absence: of I Mrs Maxie Carter, leader, ha(' I
enunciation and the variety of 210 So. Walnut Street
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Alachua, and Bernard Mitchell, of cake which was topped with a :i the leader Mrs. O. W. Whit, Jr. j charge of the short business ses-! Met At HamptonThe dynamics. All of this and the -- -- -

Bradenton miniature bride and gioom White j Routine business transacted sion. The meeting was closed
was : i spirit of these youngsters, the I FORMERLY ANDEItSON'S GARAGE
The bride was given in mar flowers encircled the cake. AI! and Mr*. Olson gav j h'lghli !ht? with prayer by Mrs. Garl Mathexvs. '! Home Demonstration County quick ability to organize, their attitude '
father and chose tc Madeira tablecloth also covered % served during Council held its meeting! at the
riage by her on thp conference hell ii Jackson 1 Refreshments were i( the
wear the gown of her aunt, Mrs. the punch table, where the bowl I I ville. Mrs. T. G. M.ahtli l closed :, the social hour. The next I City Hall in Hampton. Twenty. of sharing represents guidanceof Will Soon Open Electric Motor Repair Dept.
understanding
Merrill Cowart of Valdosta, Ga. was entwined at the base with I the nweting with prayer after I Ivxhich I meeting will be with Mrs. E. J. : thrpe members reprjoenha? :the great thi teachers. The teachers: GENERATORS; & STARTERS REPAIRED, REBUILTOR
The was of white Duchess white flowers. Tall white candle:! i' i' five Home Dem,\nstr tir>n (';Uhf
gown
social hour was enjoyed Dowling, Sr. EXCIIANEI;
I a | xxho-e ( l.is.si took part in thilnf'rma ARMATURE REWINDING.
satin featuring a sweetheart neckline decorated with white nit were : Mrs. Colley, assisted by her moth1er I in the County were present I Mrs

encrusted with a design in : placed on the table. i I Mrs. Daisy; Perrxnuin, served 1, The Lorena Epperson Circle B of 1 Mrs. \\'. E Bigham pre-i lIl"nt.! Helen Malone provrall."n'"! ;s- Edn\ PrexattMis PHONE 22S STARKE, FLA.
i Church Mrs.
tiny seed pearls. The bodice was the First Baptist presided the bu.-vnrss m'rt' Ed Hunt
Mrs Merrill Cowart. assisted byIi.ss refreshments. ; met in the over : :\Ath.ilii': I Real, :Mrs Leola H. D. RogerLEE'S
close-fitting extending below the ; T. Thomas chairman trig which include"I plan for the
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Nancy Duke cut the cake I Roh. i M \"arlllddlt'l t<
waist to the bouffant skirt which! Mrs Richard Page and Mrs. U. F I home of Mrs. M F. Hazen. There \ zinnia show in JUT, discui i 'n\
MrEs '
E. C. MtK; I l"P :
: Mrs. Sparks members and one \ i
ended In a long train. The bride's'veil Hester served the punch. Assisting ., II were eleven of the state council: mertsnj: II:

shoulder length: was held with : in serving were Miss Jo Ann Honoree At Party visitor present July and a cosr;! .Upi> I.K' in A.; _(-- I--- -

a half-crown which was em I Fu att'. Miss Clara Nell \\'ater.s.llrs. ; The home was; attractively dec gut. DRIVE

broidered with little seed pearls. I Ray Harrison, Mrs Morgan On 81 st Birthday orated with Summer flowers. Following Miss Ethyl HoMniaD.inl: ; PHONE 218 S THEATREI E

Her bouquet was of white rosebuds the program and business INI
and Mrs '
Outlaw, Mrs Joe Fugatr The home of Rex' and Mrs S. E Home Demonstntna Agent spokiof
scattered with baby carnations session: a delicious salad course COLONIALFLORIST
Leland Waters. the aims and of hInnDemonstration
f.M'-pnses
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the for
alightful
Sparks! was setting ,i
and centered with a white 'en'eJ.I .
was !-
I The bride's book was in chargeof ; birthday party and family and Council work : KEYSTONEHEIGHT
of s
ornament I -
orchid. Hoc pnly
Mri.! James. F. Hamilton. 'IgathHing The affair and praised the lot:: gr< up on theprogre.S '
strand of I recently I I The Helen Masters Circle met ____un__
a single -
jewelry was :. -no -
have mad.'. The
they
pearls with matching ear bobs,,' After spending some time with was in honor of Rev. Spark's.mother. ,:|; Tuesday at the hone of Mrs J. Si Council was organized! in \ovem- i FRI.SAT.-MAY 16 7---m

their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton -. Mrs. F.. C. Sparks of The topic for
which was a gift from the groom,j i I i I New ome. program
left for a wedding trip to the I Gainesville who was celebratingher "The Training her 1951. FLOWERSFOR
t Daffodil yellow taffeta' formed| 81st I I. the afternoon was After the coverjj disli lun.he"n'la E Love Is Better Than Ever
: southern part of the state. The anniversarY. Fund Students
4 the gown worn by the maid of School and Margaret held -the .
review
dress was -
honor. The dress had a peplumof i bride wore for traveling a xvater- : decorated Th rooms with of seasonal the home flowerintenperst'd were? ," women modeling dresses they bad I I ALL OCCASIONS E: Larry Parks and Elizabeth Taylor

imported French yellow lace,| melon pink suit with navy accessories !- I The devotional was brought by made. The winner Mrs. TV 'i iI I

gored: skirt and was worn with!' and the orchid from' her With evergreens. The MrF. B Beard, followed with I 1 I Markey of Brooker will represent I : SUN., MON., TUES. MAY i 18, 19, 20
delicious birthday cake, decoratedin ,
a matching cape of lace. Her bridal bouquet. by Mrs J. R. DuPre An I
prayer it .he store dress ic-
the
The bride is a graduate of gold and blue centered: the dining county (j) :
half-crown ruffleof SINGING
headdress on IN
I was a table and was flanked with inspirational talk was given rue held during th stil meeliip THE RAIN
Alachua High School and attended I >
the lace. She carried a colonial i "Training School as seen and lived II
of blue carnations. The ':'Harding College in Soarcy, Ark. crystal holders with tall white J. A. Gnf in July at GaiT'-xi'lc. II I I E
bouquet Student" by Mrs.
bridesmaids wore dresses identicalto I She is now employed in the office! tapers. At the noon hour everyone by a Miss Ho! -vjy and Miss Robs DISH GARDENS i Gene Kelly Donald O'Connor, Debbie ReynoldsIn
fin. Home Demon-.tf.il; ,n Ant, v* _
3 of'Law enjoyed a bountiful dinner. ;, g Technicolor
the maid of honor, in a beauti- of the College at the Uni. Mrs J. C. 'lark brought a me tbbasi..* POTTERY .
demons ration on : ,
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I After singinga number of hymn
\ersitv of Florida in Gainesville ,
Their
3 ful shade of mint green. Mr Hamilton was graduatedfrom and a short meditation the family!, sage on a quintet of Margaietfund principals of arranging !lov-? POTTED PLANTSFLOWERS WEI, THUR. MAY 21, 22
of ,
flowers were colonial bouquets stud'nts.. all children of a I
and each me.i:her participated by
the lawn to make ,
gathered on
Bradford High School and i!" :
yellow carnations. musionarx ruple, each one p\cel- :
(artyiniout ; RED
MOUNTAIN
making an trr'nicmcii
WIREDANYWHERE
The bride's mother, Mrs. Mc 'in business with his father at pictuies. and
ling in hn c. osen: profession!
Thos-e who enjoyed this happy, the pnnc.paN; taugM
Brooker, They will reside at
Leod, wss in .!ashes of roses crepe most actively engaged in Christian
with a matching lace joke and <> Worthington SpringsRehearsal affair with their mother and the'Spaiks work. : Alan Ladd and Lizabeth Scott
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Nona St Stark
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Dinner were: Dr. and Mrs. Tom Sarah lVlcCannVeds
purple orchid was her corsage Duringtht' business ses.ionlocal >: In Technicolor -

Her accessories Were navy. A rehearsal dinner was given I Moore of Tallahassee: Mrs Grace i| mission work wail planned for Charles L. Knight w t _
the bride's parents on Satur Dean of Battle Creek, Mich. Col ;i --- _
Mrs. Hamilton, mother o"f the by this month. Mrs Newsome clO'.et'the
bridegroom chose a beige dres? day. March 29 at their home in and Mrs Hal Maines and daughter mt'etmgwith prayer. Refresh In Pinellas ParkA TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTvTTTTYTYTYYYYYYTYTTTYYY VTTTYYYTTfTTTT
Alachua. About 25 guests enjoyed of Lake Butler, Mr and Mrs pa.
of imported lace with navy ac | ments were served by Ute hosts
': this festive o('('asn>n.i Edward Berry of High Springs.Dr. 1 marriage of interestx.i- tint
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ees ories. Her corsage was als: and Mrs J. E. Maines, Mr and. of Miss Sarah McCann an 1 Model! 14-P
a purple orchid Hicks Home MAGIC
Sanford CHEF
Vickie Devrick Mrs R T. Crouch, Col Alon : Charles Ernest! Knight which took
I followed the i
A reception tere Crouch, "Irs. Dolma Nelson and Scene Of PartyI place in St Petersburg on Apr! ;

mony in the clubhouse Mrs. : Honoree At Party sons, Ronnie and Jiirmie, Mr and, 11th in the Pinellas Park Presbxterian ',

Beverly Water invited guest Mrs. A. H Sparks. Mr and Mrs.I I S .\. Hicks of Laxxte re church. The r t''t'relHlCharles

4 I into the reception room and background I MIS D. R Devnok entertain i A. L. Sparks, George Sparks Miss cently gave a party for "her 1 Allen officiated before

4, music was played by Mis at a lovely birthday party on May Juanita and Tidelli Sparks Mr daughters Miss Helen Hicks of' relative,* of the partioand A GAS

S Jean Hester at the piano. 7th in the afternoon for her dang-h. i i and Mrs Orlando Maines and! 'I Lawtey and Mrs F. C Martin of number of close friends att n
4 The bride's table was o\erlai Jujth J. tf'r Vickie who was cel -hrating her daughter, Wilma, and son, Georgeof | Da>.tona. The young folks enjoyed! The bnd is the daught ..' _' Range ALL

1 4 ; an imported Maderia table- soxenth anni\'r ary'Tht' party Gainesville, Mr and Mrs Melvin outdoor games while the elder' Mr. and :Mrs L G Me'ann( of M' FOR 167.50

was held in Vickie's classroom: Manies and son, Ray of Bushnell. participated in indoor activities.. Intosh and the groom is the s.i.-
(;AS;
Ii- LL Mrs Prevatt's first grade at Mr and Mrs. Roger Sparks and At the close of the social hour! of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V KIlIgl-tT @
,;ch\ol. with her 36 classmate* a? daughters of Waldo. Orville Maine, refreshments of home made birth' of Starke and Gainesville : -.---- --.--. Installation Down '

Let Us Thoroughly !guest : of Jacksonville: Beach, Mrs. Annie day cake and soft drinks won1 Following a wedding trip of A -c.....- : ;.. I Payment J\JtJ\J\ \
100 LHS.Pyrofax I .
) Wash Your Clothes A yellow and pink color motif ;I Stephens Mis Mary Ethel Mann served to members of both groups' few days at points of interest a.11 pa.

9 Pounds was earned out in the candies : and son and daughter, Mrs ,, on the spacious lawn of the Hick' the West Coast the rr.uple i."' papa,- I Gas

and indi George-Anna Gordon and daughters home. Mrs E. M Blount and!! turned to Gainesville where M I. -
flowers. plates E
For 40c! paper I of Jacksonville. Mrs: Maude Mrs O J. Anders assisted: Mrs Knight is employed in the AI>. I Completely
\idual cupcakes, each" with ft pa- ,
I Roberts and Mr. and Mrs Carson Hicks in caring for the guests ministration office at the I'nix-r I 131.00

FREE Bleach If Desired! i t st'perate candle! on it. The re- i Roberts of Micanopy Mr. and About 35; people were present tf !sity of Florida as secretary an!!! I Installed Net Hal

Temple Axe. Sta.iki<''I reshment; table was centered Mrs D L. Thomas and children. enjoy this unusual occasion of a.k Mr. Knight is doing post- raduat( E-
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'with a lovely arrangement of Mrs Robert Chax-ous of Cross City twin birthday party exert though I xxork ha'mgrecPl'ed his B S Ep.

Easter lilies white gladioli\ and and little Max Wilson of GreenCo'e several years difference in age: degree last February. p.p.. I 4

maiden hair fern Springs. occurred, the birthday were tin>
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We Will i, Games were played during the : same Out of town guests x\en Christian Endeavor We Will Finance

Dry Your Clothes party hours with three prizes given Beta Sigma Phi '! Chen and Johnnie Redgraxe. Mrs ,
spiders an? all ol f Has District MeetA For As Long
to the winners Toy II L. J. Hogan and Fay Hogan, :
For 20cIn
':gum were given the little guests Honors RusheesMembers Jacksonville: Darrell Martin 01 f .
New AutomatDrten! meeting of the Xortheasl AS
a.. favors.Assisting. II I Daytona; Mr and Mrs D J. Par :
of the Starke chapter. District" Christian Endeavor wa .
and Patty
S : : Mrs Dovnck Jackson.wereMrs. I Beta Sigma Phi, entertained at a': rish and daughters: Joan: honoredreeeixed I| held recently at the First Christian 'Ihi- hiatf't! ( .rfi;:;. prh't'ci fac) ;
Both
l're\'alt and Miss of Maxville : 18 1 MONTHS
delightful party Friday night May attractive and useful : Church of Hampton. FoUl pa. .
many ( pcf ran 'f' hi .njr >'"i j top! [>. rf' .
2. at the home of the Ned YAIX- of the officers elected at this timr :
gifts pa.pa,.
The Washeteria onV.. Madison street honoring were from Christian Churches ir:
PortabKT !
Adding Machines ant ceys pa. ance plue lon;:-la.sting dependability.It
time.-Brad-, the rushees of the sorority. this vicinity. as follows: Fir l
titers sold on
)IC\\ featur''k
ford louiity Telegraph. The party was held on the lovely I \V. H. Nollman Vice President Joan Swt-enex :: has BO many exclusive :

terrace midst a variety of beauti Honored At Dinner Hampton. SecretaryTreasurerBarbara pa.
-.--- uch; the Red Wheel oven heat
ful garden flowers. A hamburgerfry Jean Forsythe. Lake But : ; a&

TRANSFER AND was enjoyed followed by a Mrs W H. Nollman entertainev:1 ler. Program Chairman Margare! p. regulator the one-piece top burnt'

R B ALVAREZ & SON STORAGE CO. number of outdoor games. A at a delightful family birthda]f Hersey. There-sa; Pianist, Kathryri :I :: See this and other

handsome arrangement of spring dinner party Sunday. April 13 i, Colson. Starke > units large fully insulated ()\ H.

Y' -- ... flowers in a low bowl centering the honoring Mr Nollman's annixersary A solo was sung by Miss: Barbara I pa-. Magic Chef Specials
& ;. ; 3We refreshment table further enhancedthe Matchett. followed by a duet b\ pa.pa.. Swing-Out Broiler plus! many

:: i-5.a.: .. operate local charm of the setting : The attractively appointed din Miss Lucille Hall and Mrs. Margaret Today I
I :: others.
: 4 distance o'erlaidith i 1 Crawford. Miss Joan Swcei .
J.. long ner table was .
lk ? I snnt.ri.A- The 25 enjoying the occasion
--J 'A ',MOVING / any w her* In U. S were the guests! of honor Dorothy : French lace cloth and centerev ney gave an interesting Flannel pa.pa.

1 "':I U t1'f i Reese, Leon Lee, Margaret Me i iGnff i with an Easter arrangement. Th< graph talk.
_v -I 4 I flanked by tal 1 delicious covered dish I
L centerpiece was A suppeiwas
"3 EXCELLENT Charlotte Frees June Patel i I CENTRAL FLORIDA
I ..
and Mane Colson, in addition tc'' red candles in crystal candelabra enjoyed by the sixty young;

STORAGE the regular members. I II Other attractive arrangements 0:f people attending.: .

: ,, I red gladioli, nasturtiums and pansies Host church for the next meeting .
FACILITIES On Sunday afternoon from four: were placed around the home, will he announced later. GAS & APPLIANCE CO
to five o'clock Mrs. S. G Demark; celebratithe ;
Nollman
JL1JDELCIIER Helping Mr
will b Agents For
and Mrs{
Mr.
at Pre- occasion were :
sorority and the rushees a

See us first! 'erential Tea at her lovely new Wm. B. Boyd of St. Petersburg> OITlrin'l'J.ns 119V., CALL ST 1'1I0\E: :Wl STARE, FL.\.
BROS.I :j and Mr and Mrs C H Daw km:3 01' ALL KINDS .4
f the
Blandjig highway b
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FRIDAY, UY
I l I 16. 193'Oritlnal

I N1'.:: ot N\V4 ot SWI.4 I -

/ / I'I & EI'J or SW & w Te"n of St.rUe 2S 0 2:

,:.) Ct or S\VV of The F. 30 ft of Lots

.< / [b | j I :El4 Ex M. F. \'Ig. I ::. t. of Blk 22: ,

: ; :; (j I gina land on N 15 I 5) a6 P L. Sock-eU 49.00. S3 PI ft of the N 171 Leon Dlcandlo 102 95
I
I i I \\11 ofW oC XE ft of E 80 ft of INk

i ; I & \10--.. or :\.W 5 4 U D') P. L. \,\, ,' l %/1 51 19 as extended on
I I Ensey's Map

; |!I Ton of 1\.M' Illnr Sr'ctLes. :.to :( I t) ('''m at SW Cor of A. W. An !tt'r'tj:; >5 69
I M.idison & Ray Sta

Lot 4. 5. 6. Elk 15 &: run S 236 ft for a
:! Mason Thomas i.33
y Lura gurqess 4o/t I I :! I Lot 4. Elk 32 JesSIe:: Sewell t." pt of beg thence
NE & run W 105 ft S 52H
Eli of WI,6W.6
I I
=PONCA. NEBRVhwin .= II & :\ \ or SE 2) I 1) :30 U. D. Johns 153.&t ft E 105 ft N 52 H
I : ft to pt of beg 2S
( 2 t fllia
W.
\ I ",..I'omeln, the Slay. Stretched forth in an alien : ; \ Harlt IS 6 3i;;
I I ) ard City 8 : ) LZeLsgst.n, Tmfcy Jt; Co. S/fl of ...
p M
i
time, it brings us Mother's Day With a blessing and a :; of XE'i O I S3
I..ot 1. 2. 10. 11 Cf321k Lot 2 of Blk J!
and Decoration I>IS '. Where lads fight because : J.If..
) Lots 1. 2 of Blk Robinson
1
: !t Q. IL hnker 1.17 15 8_51
must. I Lots 8. !9. 10 11 of 01V: 62 ft of BUt
I do believe the door of heaven ) Elk 7 O. W. DaI'lT UI : 15. 16&F 1,4of

will swIng Each of us has given sons I(I Lot 2 ot Elk n IL 1.1. Stoku 1.91 BIb 17, 18 Mack Coleman

will have to give them up for st> j Lot 5 or Ink 1Ii Earl O. Cook 1.78 S'4 of Plk 26 Jeie !! 5;
For thOte who come escortedby 'I, lilt, 5. 6. 7. I of Elk 1 Lot 30 ft N &: S by (Jrevn 4', 3>
ice. I know just how a I.1 ,j
good deeds. 20 J. '1 Thomas f.lt 60 ft E &: W in i SK:
feels. when her son is in an SF.1"f ot 8E'4 9 T :, 46 Evelyn F. Thomas 2.37 Cor of Lot 2 of Blk
They are the angels thronging All X\\"I.!. of NWI4 Not 27One J'IIl'r[, Adklnj
land. nd 15 T !J 36 Lot 45 ft X l ti:
wing on wing. I L. Z. Williams 1392 i : S
HELPFUL HINTS: When All 1:1'of: XEI,4 of I by 60 ft E &: W in
To lead us to the bhming throne II NEt N of n.J 15 3 :J I L. Z. WiIllams :22!:! 67 : NK Cor of Lot 2 of

of grace. ing leather gloves put a few ; :;:! I I' All X\\"I. ot SW N r Blk 27 A. Tr au t -

faith in works. But of olive oil in the washing sudand ,: i of Hd :23! T U 12 N. G Heath u. : Lot 2 & E 2 ft of Lot 1 ;
I put my : i iI F.rs or SE"4 ot NE' U 6 11 26 l.lAude E. Leslie 16.7 3 of Plk 36 lola I Little

mark I mean they will dry soft. Put I j SE'4 ot N\VV, ot SE4 ft t :J 1t) E. C. Green 16,21 J.Lots 3. 4. of Blk 40 adson 21 1 ; .

Never to exclude from these piece of sponge in the soap s of 1'\\4 & also! Lillit 4 LoiinU
;: Lot" 2, S R I
.11m 195 ftV of SF of Blk 48 Sullie
to save soap. It will soak up : 0 Williams :2: ;
that great ('or ot NW of I If.:6.

Work of growth: becoming in moisture. I mixed a little I I.I I :-\'I & run N 3CCft Lhlni;.t... Truby A; (".'. Addition to StarLe, SS
: a
E :65 ft S 2!
; 300 ]Lot :
with 3. 12:! ft S 9 ft
berry jello my I of
ourselves I I ft W 765 ft to pt I ". u. .
[ I h &A" nl jriii J
Something that could cause a. sugar when making icing. I I !I or beg IS f It I: E. HaIl JUO L 7. i>, s of f Blk FloYd Green '
cake. Il was colored pink- I I Lots 41. 42. In Wood- %1 1'') :;
: .
heart to sing- : : I lawn U S H !t A.. A.. Quenten 6.92 Lot 11. ntkI: J'r'tIul: Parr

The art of being fine and loved flavored also. : : i SW I.. ot Lot It In N% nf Lot 4 all Will Balm C.. '?
j
In fact This: morning the lady ;: Wootllawn 11 i iS S Carlton O. Williams 2 ',6 Lot 5 tk S'* ?: Lot "
i
|,i! I EI' of NW% of SE!, :22! 3 U U Ellaabl'th Prince f.it 6. Ex )0-; 25 ft, Rlk
To be a rose in town called on me to give us i BarteUII
II! ,
Temple's: A.ld! to
Were all good works compact special invitation to her daughters : ( II 15, Ex Lot t I Sta'rke 28 I
Town ot 22
I.nwtey P. I-
June. Lot 3 i of ItJk 33:t::. McHa
church wedding in | 0
Margery Mansfield. W oC nv. 23 i 29 F. P. Moore 10.81
I II I do hope I can go and stay for I 1 I : i I S% oC Hlk !!i. Town I Stark Peek s \dm! : n to

Days march by. end on end I reception after the wedding. \\ I I I or Lawtey W of Ry 23 i U Gel). 11' Young 2.76Toun :28! I 23City w,: J. Ott ) )

bringing us Into the month on nice visit. Women of : Part. SIn w. 4 r-. Add to
had a L.atte7 I.t: of satVe
Jt.aU".T s
Sft't",
I ::J :1.t. :>J SLot o
:
aAn.
.
Lots 1 :I. ::;
j I. .r 7.if. ofRlk
;
:May. I have all the garden planted such good ministers. They can i I j 1 SID of Elk U 1

but setting out tomatoes. I I i'lots of good. She always tells l I ) i 1 5, I' ur Hlk 16 IS 5 II Lucille Kittle' S 4ti w :"n fi ,.r 1...< 1. 2. ., W & 1ist.. ., ".0

pause to recall other Mays. This Is much good i Corn at SW Cor ot ,: -( nik _
I I I am doing so ; ) j Lilt li & run E 175ft i( Lots I 1. -.. .,f jk, 12 rr--: B. I1) tI., "j
the month my son has a birthday. 1 humanity and it makes me X 100 ft for lit of I 1I""il1: .\..IoI'ionIII 0

This also brings mine and Don's :j happy. j I'othl'nce: run N I Town: .f "'.Z1.k.- 29 6 22: '
six I II j 101 tt !i 126 it S11I4CtWlZ6ftto Lot 5 :St.ik! ,. II. ,ghts J. !1",>'4 Gri--n 0 -,
wedding anniversary. It is : I I n ;
Here is! the recipe of t : I I (I I Repl.it :29!!I 6 2! ,
now since I came to Nebraska. : : IIC i Com al I: j"od'" S..w ..
years lIt beg a pt' 01 the N : -t
CAKE. 6 ;
HOMESTEAD It ('oml' 'llabel Jenkins s
I
.
.
Next Sunday U Mother's Day : I I W 1611 tt ot the N %1'' side of th A S R &
from Wyoming. cup raisins. i iI I : I :Iti; Ct ot Lot Ii I I ; R R where
and I have such nice gifts from I ( : I I :l I I Aaron Jenkins 'i 6S \\
tsp cloves 1-2 Lsp nutmeg and : : ( ( : I -: IIC the N 335 ft II 'i't Int"rda"" Stross.
son and wife. They are so I ot Lot :n ,- v the ItV of
my tsp of cinnamon. 1-2 cup shortenir.g. :! I I :' I 165: Ct of Lot 32 Isaac Felton 2.6 the .\ S. I R: A. i ; K R

good to me. It also brings Memorial Add one cup water and L ot 42 Allen Scott 3.66 on the K s'.In of
LI
Day and the haste of gettingthe : : :! I I 'I II I.ul 50 ft Sq. In WilL Lee 8.38:: said St & run N
15 min.When :
l NK ('or ot Lot IIW pitr.illi 1 withWeslinolf
I
cemetery on the hill west of add 2 flour 1 t ; IIf
cool cups Klng6le 'I II I'll St
town all clean and graves decorated and : 'I Lake Hd 0 I Son ft for .1 I.tOf
little salt De1tJamln
soda a : I t v 1 A or Lot U 1o'lDI1 1.31 beg 1 tli< no. i IIMtinue -
for that day. meats. Bake 30 min. In an j I ot 45 & Lot 41 EtN : IIAI'IT KIttIes %.07 X J..irallel

At this writing it has turned 350. Bake in loaf pan. She : ; 1:1: & Ex S 1/3 J. 'W. noblnSOD withV.stmic.re.-
: : I ..iit 54 l'x 1 Lot In 2.71 land St r.O; ftthence
cold here. It is in the fifties and it stays moist and nice a NCur ,
I I & Lot SS G. U. Pearce K: nt right:

last week the mercury got up to time. I i! : : I 4.U angles to saul St

93 degrees. We let the furnace It I is g'Uingrull'k again as tt'i) 01 I.airp 5rdl.... :.. ::;. :os :i ::: 417 ft "tlii'nc
!
Southwesterly
I I I 'I'j to

fire C'o out and even hauled away it might rain. I must go to : H ft ot N 1O ftof the pt ..r beg l"'inp

1 | Lot 5 in the !-JEI. .,r EI.9:! 6 If
the coal left. We ,
are getting a grocery and mall this too. tattle Emanuel I'i.Known .
Com X1',1'
at
: ; : 1 110 Ct of N 110 ft 2.71 of 0 .
large room in the basement ready As I write this I am II ; I : oC Lot G interse,'inn West-

for an operation room. The elevator of so many nice friends I \' I W4 ot NW% of ALexander Tucker '.i* moreland St. ft Ry
I I I S\vs 4 25 i 2! om NortherlyAlong
has arrived and Don has sand world. Women whom U Eliza J. Dlnklnll
in this I [ ; i.w$ ot NW'4 of EaL ..74 W IdeWestmoreland

cement and lumber, and the carpenters treasure their friendship and ; i fW\; \. 2 5 i U U St.

are to come next week. He j i Men who are God's finest and t :j : |' II.I. of NW'4 ofSF:1' John Allen US beg 1575 ft thence to pt of
con-
: 25 5 2!
11
I
Is having glass bricks put in the ![ whom we look to for I : I, : 0 0 | NI ; IIf NE of C. C. Freet 3.'611 finite Northerly

wall for letting in light. It cer- and care. Cod bless all of )' : :;:; I I, t-\'i'I t: IIC Hy 56 5 22 6 Fred Smith alone AVestmoreI.i -
| t'.: ut NE' of SVIfl4 12.13 f St I fi'.:3 ft
talnly will be nice when done and everywhere. i I & all Xt% ot NE'4 I th'Mice Westerly
I ; : ;;:! (
relieve us! of a lot of heavy lifting. LOVJ. ( 'i ill SWV of Uy 26 5 22 21 J. T. Prevatt t 4u: fl thence Smitheilv -
';, of X\\'I. ot f'E'4' 16.87 f:i! i 6; ft thence -
II
During the warm days lat :0 'i uf SV1'1V. ot P.im' &: E""I'rl411 ft

week the old people at the Nursing E. S. Gainey Observes ;; I.. IIr XIl ot SW\ to pt of beg 29 6:3
; I ('.. .. AI"" > J ,
.
WIll
if SWI' 21 5 22 l' J, '1'. > ;it VW "r of 11- n r'lfl"'O "
Pre\"att
Home across the street sat in the |i : II N'itt f'F.4 ofSWI. t !, "-n 0 r s-j-i ,, .,-, S

sun on the long veranda. I enjoyed 71 1 st Birthday l :; j:| I: itt ny 36 i 0S" U 1.,1:1: LlltI 21" ft fir. in i'f her
I 670 t' l, ( s- ."
( "
Ift{ oC SE'.4 IIf S\\4 ftE
seing them have leisure.
as I K.: S. Gainey celebrated hu $ S; 4O tl or SW'4ot I :1'10 I ft :\; I'll": I it U> |>tOf
they watched me work In the yarJ! I \\'U. Ex 2 A to 1 big :32! S 22 1 M
III' rnia 11..1111". ,.
I with family ,
a
birthday anniversary 4 :
and : :: 'Ir" Stuck'y ZS S U I
garden. The days pass so ; II (1)1&
reunion at his home in : ] hat portion oC XW1,4 LIttle 1- I; Llnroln ('liv, I"' : or !'i'' % W of ItJ ) 3, CI 22ot
swiftly that not too many years\ i ot SWt lying W or
those !' .. -
City. Among L :7 .r1"
pass before I too shall sit perhaps : : :: State nil No. 200 j .l.irr.en John""n -o,
:
I i I i r..t.t 1 'of HI" '
Mr. Gainey's only
were & I'; itt .Id Slate nd 1,17.71e
and watch others work. I I'I .I l.,.m' .: 7 ..( I I JIj 1'11"1'11" n Of .
1:1: $ al"
that part ""J .
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Jacksonville ) '
L. R. of > -ent' Clark
brother. Gainey :3 I 7.
I .
1",1 "r
J 'ilh: I' tI.X -
oC N son
shall fIlC
dream of days gone by andI j S'VV,
sister-in-law Mrs. H. P :iI" fi, I
; his i uC SWI4 lyingV ot I M
:: )
do not think it will be bad ;; J..h". :
so ::0 I' 1,1
State I XE'4of
| EtI SOd
Gainey of Brooker and Lt. H. PGainey ( & Fllil
,
for at least I will get a good rest. ; : 1'x: a triangUlar : XEI :: 6 n I C; I' WIIII"n'f
of San Antonio Texa < I L.t" t ", ,,( 1lk: :1Loki 9 4
Had a reader send me thin. I Itle.165 Cl E & \\ Ntvu'tIy1tt'ight' :
"Ii X fon.1 hY 7U ft
poem "Lines To A Sparrow." {. 1 N&SnnWsideinNE If! N i.: ofNE'4 ;

I 'I i J Corner US 22 I r. f S! 2! H I t.: 111m..
Once I had small ,;, U James A. 3 1\'
a boy whc Collins 7505 :NWIi .C w I. :: 40
:6 .
C U A- ,
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:\OTICI.: TO .tri'i: 'it lot SI-I.. ot XE'4 37 Ii 2! ii) lrtI. Finale Hunter 10 6
Was so very much like )'ou- I : ; of fI"1 fit XW1,4oC Durham 4." J JP N'I: or NF.4 Ex 4 :5'4 I

Brown In flrriilt Court, llrnilfuril ''..an.1 : S\V', US 23 I A K of dirt nd &
and noisy full of fight. i Ricur.i W
Kl..rldn| In CbnnrerT.Erhanl ; i' I II :1-, flC F.'i f't N\\-, Wiggins %.76 of hard RIt 4 7 22 75 Mr" A. A. WIIII.wI' .
!5;7
.n 79
Eating everything in sight. Richard Xeubert Plaintiff. 'I I itt SWi. n s 22 W'ti! of SFl'4 iSP.14
5
\>. Irm.i Xcubrrt. Ivfend.int. I .. Tboma Powers %.71 SFl'1 of SE% ofSE'
Take these crumbs and may i, 1 In PI'.t"vlll 35 Ii 22 11 Iou
Case No. 9114o I I N :V4 fit N1V1, Little %0.1 C 7 22 ::10 y.. I'1r.: W.'lI.'- : 1
Corn
that beSacrament
\ lre To Anpenr. ] of NW1. F. ot fly 35 i !! 2 lob Utile at Jrur ofswi.
in To: Irma Xeubert. whose residence : :; ( ) i A In XW ('or ofSIm. 1.5t sit N5I4: &

memory and address is': Unknown.You | .. oCN"'t 55 Ii 22 I Wtrbrd run N 450 tt for apt
Of the little lad I miss I I &: Crawford 2.37 ..f beg thence
I aretll'n'by notified that a | l nfSEt oCXW'4 35 5 22 10 i:.. D.
.suit for Divorce has been filed : | ] \ hampton 12.33 run 4' 500 ft N .5
Who bought cookies with a kiss. :! :; ot'NFl'4. II) 1 25 U Kays .6. :
\UIII
10:12,14 : ft E: 500
tt
I|I against you In the above named I 0X\\4 of R 15
SEV 11 I 2 10
he find Court and and : : J. M. Lancaster ft to nf 1\: ..
May .
a friendly hand cause you are required 3'4 nf N% ofNW' 3.74 pt beg !5 7 22 l "'1It1'.n 6
to nerve a copy of your answer 1 p .Corn: 210 ft E ot NW
I ; of S\\4 H 9 2! U Leonard
or pleudinff to the complaint I! I oCyv. : Griffis %1.01 ("or oC NWI1 itfNI'lm
ofEt4A.
on the Plaintiffs Attorney lion. T.0 ;, ,. &, run S ?111 ft
1 I \WI"f" ot 51114 of I
Prank Landrum. Slarke Florida F. 40 fl '.; Of t'i) tlW
I
and file the original In the office of :! .Sl'i 15 6 2! 3t E R. horn 4:11 fl ,. ,
( ':, ofJI'I: : 11.2 t lotb..R'
:
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ofJW'4

I I ATTENTION I before otherwise the the 9th allegation-day of June of II saidCAnoiaInt j2: I : : I : ot 4 NF.I AofWofNWL4 n .; t&n Ii V: .-- .II: .y.._.._. _r. _.(an1f'_ ) ..8$1 I I '.::"m.t ': fit 5 7 I 4 2 MIII.-r: r c .,, _

:\
1'w
: ( :; : I &
will be taken a s confetbed or !\F.v. 11 I U 4 Wilbur Hllnter .. .
'[ by you. ; I' ot N 1 A of 4.S5 run !lst rf :: 105ft ;;

If Yon Have This notice shall be published( :; : :; \"- ,', nt XW'4 ofSEl I 1-: ,210 I \ ft, XI'1 i tt
I'lu'ht''k fur four consecutive ; to leg 5 7
once 1 14 II 22 4 Eva McGinnis 92 F. .
&.15 ; :,'oJ I A tot S ( ,(. nc.'t,1:" 2
week in the 1'ra.lt..rd County Trlf- .. of 5Ft I.. ot gW% I f' r.f
PINE OR CYPRESS graph. : i nf XWI"f 11 I II 5 I i that ytoort i' I.r 111,4of :
Dated tin* 7th day of May. 1952.;; : < : A In NE ror of 1':% Annie Goodwin 1'S !':W' ,.' Fl'4.

TIMBER TO SELL (OFFICIAL SKALl .\ J. Thomas i I oJEl: ot SF.4 210 W of flu: 7 or 2! I .r. : 3a..k".n
Clerk of the Circuit Court.Ty I !M ; lor \1 : In it 7IF.I /)
7 ) .
Ft FlV by (10 t! 4' 1: !U
I Marian 1. I'ruhby. l>eimtv ('IprkI : S EIo\\\, : Oani.-f., III ,. F
[ I"
I '.
ft N ,
i S 55 4'
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n I 2! .
Large or Small 'Tracts SI!, 4t 5O'oTlcT..rrll' 2 Wm Tyson. .'.r r"'I-;'i. ; "
J.. ttII lor Xi': ,, Ir. >
,
: '3 otJW: % Oot 1.36 1 II) 7 22 4'' j', ,,' I D""M
I f..,? '.
In K'r's 11/'/
NY1i 18 6 Z! 2T AleE Cummings I A1il
We Buy All I : ; :ut: oC SW1,4 Oot iso 14 7 t! I ;n.ma 1111oft
J .
: 1..1 11 I .r T'l.1 I 4 74
i In Circuit Court. Itrnilford foully. NW'S. 18 6 2! :f LtRoy Den S 1'1 7 2! ; t.'ive r 1i.i', "r
2
E'S .r
1.50 I \t.: 2' 7
J.'I"rldal In rtinnrrrr.MarKi :22(1: Ft or NF.% OofSWl t: 41\ t .or roriffl. _

PAY TOP PRICES Stanflll Campbell.: Plaintiff !i I JIt 5 Z! 1 Dorthy oS: Jennie nail 2 n T 4\\1.hat i'..f,., .\V':" ,,f ,; 22 7 2 2 4') I JrrrJ", 1 I :: 4'

vs. William Parker Campbell, IV- : : ) or NW'. of5q 14 1 2 Z 11) VascOo IIankerson ,
4.H .r "I: : t F ..r
rofJI':'
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femt.uit Case No. 91!: :: SEt

Notice Tn tpprnr.To :! '! Kr 2 A In XE 'or II I 22 B Ernest Dell sr.i: I.,1: 'I. I: .
> : William! Parker Campbell. at SR ror of Sec I"r.. .
Write or Call I whose residence is1 t'nkn.wn. but | run W 105 ft fora ;:1' "4. 'tI
I : : .., ." .
: .
,1 n.
whose I la-t known address is. Ja. k- I I pt of he* thence J I 0"// .
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I /
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lk r. JI I T:
son. Tennessee :! | run X 1"5 ft W 105 : I ri I- F
You notified that ;; I ftlAsftr; 105 in :Ni1 r: 1 ,
are hereby a ft
... ,. ,
B.T.THOMASLUMBER uit for Divorce ha been filed 'r to pt of beg 20/) S 25 Lester Prevatt ', .t n
named'ourt I I 30' for N'0t "" ,,
!against you in the above : : ) : ,', at PR Cor of Sec \ (
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I! and cause and you are required \\1\\ : n '\ _
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1952 PAGE NTNT

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I Christian Church f I Mrs En ice Bradshaw and her!' chapter in the l!. S. k n 1.\ I

tN OUR ._ New Prison Chapel diildn of Mt. Dora spent the asked to bear a small p .

The friendly church in the heart !Mothers! Day weekend with Mr the civt of assisting> ,. ,

D t lof town extends a welcome to alt and Mrs R. H Cox. greatest flood disaster .:. :

to worship at all their services. : V's'tc.rs! of Mi and Mr L. Dur- tory of the countr>'.

Bible school begins at 10 a.m., tL den 0:1: :Mothers Day were Mrind ., It is estimated that l'

there are classes for all ages. Mr I David Dreaden and their tional five million dollar

Morning worship begins at 11 am. ,sun Mn! -haI.1 of Jacksonville! needed for relief i I : eh It 1 '
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Church Methodist Church The Lord's supper is served at of victims in f. av-
Baptist I I
11:15 am. The morning message I Disaster Funds i Those who wisp ?. err, ,

"What Do You Own" is the I The First Methodist Church of will be brought at 11:30. \ Asked Red Cross this fund may mail the .' .
By
message subject this Sunday I Starke cordially invites you to attend Evening services begin at 7 p.m. r y 4.. t ) !i Torode or Miss LaU.n!

morning at the First Baptist of', services of worship on Sun with Christian Endeavor. Evangelistic i Although Bradford County wa chapter' treasurer-

t Starke as announced by the Pas I day, May 18. Church School begins services at 8 p.m. The successful in reaching its quotain

tor. Rev. Lewis D. Hames. The at 9:45: every Sunday morn morning message will be broughtat .r omrE SOF 'PPLiE.:
the recent Red Cross Fund
Church Choir directed by Mrs. ing. Theme for the Sunday morn 11:30. f ALL KIND>
Mona Canova will bring special ing service at 11 o'clock will be Evening services begin at 7 p.m I' !l ;PI'!''''' .J 1 ''if! .\ Torode chipto: AT

music with the Carol Choir singing I "Christian Marriage,' with Rev. with Christian Endeavor. Evangelistic it i 'ihn"!! > ''It that f\iT\ RIIAD1'OKI) ) 14) IIJtiCHKJf 1,1. \rHSIM

the offeratory hymn. :Miss J Thomas G. Mitchell preaching a ; services at 8 p.m Thr ,

Julia Lawson will be at the organ.] sermon on "Achieving Happiness : public is invited to attend.

The evening Happy Hour service i in Marriage." Special music will! ,: A large crowd was present Sunday ..trt < !

begins at 8 p.m. and the mes- i( be furnished by the Senior Choir i: night to hear Homer Rode < :
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sage will be brought by the pastor'': with Mrs. E. K. Perryman av! heaver which was inspirmg and : ,

"Nothing". The Chapel Choir, organist. uplifting. Prayer meeting Wednesday : i i

will{ sing directed by Miss Aliese Sunday evening at 8 o'clock the study will be tht 9th i ; t

Lawson with the piano-organ du' MrMitchell will show a series of Chapter of II Corinthians 1
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of Miss Julia Lawson and Mrs. colored slide picture of the Mission -Homer Swindall Mm'ste'St. : '

will lead the Work in Cuba. These pictures !11
Iluth Morse congrega ij Iii I ILZTLTITIIIIThtI4I
tional singing of favorite and new were taken bMr. Mitchell :1'' Edward's Catholic i l I

hymns. I during the Cuba For Christ Mission i
Rev. Richard Lyons, i r
| pastor
Sunday School meets at 9:15:I last January in which he
I i I Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m.
66 other
I along with
with One Wiggins Superintendentin participated
Weekly Mass at 8: a. m i .
charge of the more than 80 of I Methodist ministers and laymen : i
Confessions Saturday 7u to FoGRD t REI'RSE STITCi
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ficers and teachers. Training from the Methodist Church. The ;

Unions gather at 6:45: for '"trainj j pictures will show the particular 8.30: P.M.Children's. !

ing in church membership" withJ mission work in Aguada de Pasa- Catechism t" 'i.ass : I !
.Wednesday, 4:00 I'M. TNSI FEATURIS
T. Lawson, director. | jeres Las Villas, Cuba, about 150 I (' .
4.ttlractite FOUND OWir IHSIILIH6 MACHlH I '
Midweek service regularly at mIles from Havana. The youth .. r t

7M5 Wednesday evening with the choir directed by Mrs. T. G. Mitchell Church of ChristCorner interior of the 111'\\ \11|| Soul. (Chapel 1! 1 FOR SIGO

r Pastor bringing to the service the and accompanied by Mrs 10th and )Irlahu"Bible 1 I AND MORE!
Prison i it shcmii above a. it appeareduth cungro-:,: :
Highlights of the Southern Bapj!j Lloyd Green will furnish special School-10 A. M t ;: : i ",",AID II -
I dedication! cerv'!name on \pril I M. Lour :,: I'll laallU
list Convention recently attendedat music, for the service. Preaching 11 A. M. anti 7 .oO ,
sionrr of : .
ri"llltl1rt'athan 'Ia\o. legal ( '" rmuw tunaS
Miami Beach where approximately P.M. erx, ahe smkr| during! the SCTMC-I-S.. Din-ith ,IN'It"I I < ; ,] srtm roar coiiT i I tovu
: 18,000 Southern Baptists Tabernacle Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud) ,
The : 1
I At (huplain Ijfsihsht: .phtTcl, while Prison SliIN ; ; !a tnau! Z ianaoLoiarntai
Florida each 7:30 P. M
from Oregon and Alaska to I Wednesday : : ri k S
man i jot al extreme right.A t !s h
theGospel
attended. :\loth.1 '- Day observance at Everyone welcome. : : .: AR ra7lm Naroa / d ''rS

An invitation is extended to all at the I flAIl SlIr.Q j
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I Tabernacle began I large congregation of visitor* ,\ivagien I by : f I CUAUifTUI'JII'Lm r t
to join in. these hours of worship 'Church of God i f'rEvAc I
tilled the beautiful
I(I Saturday night Youth Meeting new All Souls
at the First Baptist of Starke. I I Each young person chose a favorite 8th L St. Clair Sts (Chapel at the State Prison at Rdi Dedicatory \ CAarTMb CAS I -

It u Sunday School If a.m. lord on Monday. April 14, at ? 1 1 the Rt. !
and dedicated
Presbyterian Church I chorus ,I Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m p.m. for ceremonies dedicating the ]J Bishop Jsi'tL

Sunday School at 9:43.: Mother. I|I Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m completed portion of the bUIlding. 1 Diocese of I :

Friendship Class 10. a.m. The Sunday evening message : Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m :, Commissioner of Agriculture I j prominent tun CAIN

11 a.m. Morning service conducted concerned some Bible mothers and j Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m j(9iI'R'II | Nathan Mayo. legal custodian of, 1 I to assist: in (t Pents39)

by Rev. I. A. Shepherd. their prfrt in shaping the destinyof Florida's prisoners, was guest of Special :

Youth Fellowship Sunday eve- world at that time. OF riiuivr : honor at the impressive two-hour ''was sung by tPIHNN&

ning at 7 p.m. the Bible ( ()SI'tL MEETING: !;service arranged by Prison Supermtendent -'' Inmates Choir & SHEARS

The Tuesday evening I L. F. Chapman and ,i ii mate Chanr
Gospel Meetings will be held )
nn'ini OF JKSUS CHRIST Study was under the direction of atI I i Chaplain Leslie A. Shepherd. In'i organ music Vllltf 56.95 W*ceerretaewel
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the Church >f Christ. Starke j
OF LATTFJS DAY SAINTS Pfc Elmer L. Johns who, with Mrs | i!. his speech Mr. Mayo referred tc entire JBrandll_
from May 20 through 29th conducted I
the Due to the Drastic Prn
"great good that must result : 'oiganist
Masonic Call Street Ft 'I
Temple from
Johns. recently returned by Evangelist Tuck Andrews ;i hdIIdMM ec mined
', from the use of this beautifutl Sunday School : with M+ UMrhmr
Sunday ..
every : See "it medri
Sow
Hood Texas to spend a short time of Miami. The service? w
morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services will begin each at 8 sanctuary as a haven of rest and i Chaplain : Aria _;IIi/,.. M row OwR EWrIN ,
evening p.m
6:30: p. m. A cordial invitationis I before going to his new post in place of prayer and worship." ISuperin'tendent | further ( Qllt .1ioe
Bible questions will be answered Abto'vt.'y rw ,
extended to all. I Germany. Chapman expressed complete i t ; ,
from the pulpit, and the publicis
I i his appreciation of tht: ment and
invited to bring Bibles and parti
'I cooperation and help given through j do so to send : : 1
i if cipate.
theears by many of the guest chapel fund. '

'present. He explained that dona Other
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. KUKGKIKX; : : niriuiiHOMKCOMING I .
1 : : tionfrom individuals and complete the j' MAIL 1Ha COUPON TOQ11r
I i i churches were being used tc: cedar and I
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Lewis D. Haines, Pastor I. coming day" at the Evergreen,;i the Chapel and he thanked the I, writers. i ; ACME VACUUM STORES1.40S ;

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town I BaptKt Church Law tey. i I Legislature for its 1927 Act appro cabinets. ,

130 Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt will give :priating funds for the building educational I II
PIIOXESjOfficeJ.Taslorium W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville Fla.I .
,, the After
IN-IN-i morning message. 1! program. donations I' I

Morning Service "What Do You Own?" ;|': "dinner on the ground the group i Rev. John C. Sims, guest preacher : Bible. would like a free home demonstration at no obli .:a' I I I'I

will participate in a "song feat"Everyone for the occasion, inspired both Books, tion
to me.
Evening Service "Nothing"SUNDAY i iKKAND
is invited to attend the 'I
annual affair. inmates and guests as he spoke of portions of | NEW SEWING MACHINE ((a $:U.::(O'I >
-IN-N-IMNINNN----- -II the new chapel as "a refuge of, abra sets .

SERMONS II :00 A.M., 8:00: P.M.I peace and inspiration". The new I j ''I| Name -. n__ -. ----- __unh___ I
School i:45) A.M. Unions 6:15 P. s1.1.IIDWEEK TIIKKKisS I
Sunday -Training In presenting the Chapel for ities for \ Address ____ _____________ ____________ -
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Sunday in i j City _ --_______--_________ StateI.lldressFIcSendSpecIIlclincttons______-- |
: "Our people here understand '
Five additions were added to the School da s :

VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR church last week. Things are that it would be terrible, unthink-' sion\ group|>, t;! : i I j : IMT I

truly beginning to show progress able that we might whitewashour organ m"h'! !! < I: i i I - - - -

I for God and the Church. sins or even our crimes. But --- --

I Plan now to be present every to have our sins: washed away in'

Thursday evening at 7:30: p.m. for in the mercy of God -that is a

SUNDAY S P.M. the Evangelistic service. different matter. Here in thu- -

Homer Swindall: Minister church we are witnessing genuine
Hear Pastor Hob Gray Tell About the examples of penitence and con (!r

rENTFXTOSTAL IIOLIXExSOIUHCII : fession of faith and the better life."

Chaplain Shepherd then pre- '

'Rejected Redeemer'Don't Sunday School 10 a.m. sented the president of the m- ;

Morning Service 11 &.m ,, mates' Interdenominational Forumof 7 ... ,

Evening Service 7:30 p m. Faith. On behalf of the various; : ;7JB. ,: : j/j'rJl
:Miss This Challt'n : !
inles&1ge r.IIMII
Prayer :Meetings! Wedn>!sda\: religious groups within the Forum. ,'

also night 7: I 1"p; .m. Saturday nigh the youthful inmate leader said: ,

j-I5: p mTTVTTTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTT. "We, the inmates who are electedto Y

Special Music Singspiration serve the religious program of rye" < -.,.-

our Institution, with gratitude and hv

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton proud satisfaction do join in the /
i. BROOKER ONLY PONTIAC
consecrating of our Church to the:
Ilihle School 10 A.M.: H.T.V.' 7 P)1.tid'H't'k Glory of God and the welfare of ,
/ GIVES YOU THIS >1'1}
Mrs. F. J. IA'\\k I All Souls who shall need its services
:\ Prayer Service Wednesday S ".:\1. ,
U11111111111111111111111' J in the belief that 'all past t- I l' DUAL.RANCE COMBINATION! ""

"THE CHURCH WHERE EVERYHODY FEEI.S M. I' Business. MeetingThe prologue' and that our ChurcJ' Mae Powerful '
WELCOME!" hall serve us and all society in d
Woman' Missionary: Union Higf"-Compru on Engine

._ met! at the home of Mrs. Ernest our quest for. individual redenip New Dual-Sang Hydra-Matit Dru'
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impressive feature 01
3 o'clock. The meeting was called high' Ptrformonc fconomy Axle W,
I I the service was the presentation "
ftwtr RtvefvtionsA
Ingint
to order
by the president, Mrs
by II. M. Richarde, prison finance Pn h41e! '
Eugene Crosby. An interesting .. ,
I officer. who s ud. \\ th-. t'- k i'T'9k:,
devotional was rendered by tin' .
ployees of Fluridt St.itP .s..11
I president Refreshments<< were
'who have been privileged to A', ::
served by the hostessIrs.. Edwards .
with you in building thIs (hurt 1':
I 'All ladies are urged to attend .
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Karl Marx .- .-, each meeting. ;, and with Chaplain Leslie hl'ph"n 1 '! 'v a +'' 1 rM jTSs.t..t
/ i m serving the religious n\,<'.I.. "f i '
G. A. MeetingThe : 1
Was .So-Wrong I Junior Girls Auxiliary met : the prision community joyfully!' ,! f>ti rfi s.i .
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present to you. Superintendent
i.Z:; \ ::1\ at the home of Miss Gayle Green.
Chapman, this Church of Al'I
I Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock.
( \ \ I Souls eiected to the Glory of God.
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1 I Misses Iva Mae Lewis, counselor
1 in recognition of the Dignity of
(!::1arl, Marx.was wrong when he claimed and Mary Lois Willis. program 1 Man and for the welfare of all
:- i chairman, were in charge of aninteresting
!'that.thencore t ol f the i .worker would l never The hostess| who shall need its Divine Services -
: program.
GIs abbye;the level t ol bare SUbSistence assisted by her mother. Mrs. Carl, ." Spurtaciilnr) I' >rfortncr 1 Wonderful Yaliw!
w i $*"vsv a1a:, .vt Response t" the presentation! < -.
unless Uve State intervened.16 assure Him Green, served refreshments at the i
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i ClIt-:::::: ( ,; ,J 'p--i Come in behind the wheel of On the road 'ou're in Come in and this new
: ***S t" X;' f I are glad to welcome a new FRIGIDAIRE get a open ) Cruising see great

Could, 'he...... btU, hcryejmowirwhat: private I barber Roy Morgan and his wife new Dual-Ranre'Pontiacandwatch Range-so smooth and quiet it's Pontiac-America's lowest priced

ownership and: control of'property would : to our town. They are residing: at all your driving troubles fade away! almost like coasting. In Cruising straight-eight ; the lowest priced car

do for theerageAmetlxm; he probably i the home of Mr. and Mrs L. L. THERE'S JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE In Traffic Range jou'H ease through Range you actually reduce engine with lIydra- latic Drive. Let us show

would Parker. the toughest traffic so nimbly, so revolutions as much as 30 per cent! you the wonderful deal we can make

fpeverhave'"advcaiced, such a I I Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Nipper of easily, so smoothly you'll hardly0: wonder you save gasoline every that will put you behind the wheel

th eory.*, ,_ ,. ." ) ",' : Ocala visited Mrs. Mattie Sow L know there's another car around. hour you drhe. of your own new Pontiac!
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Only .to. Poverty/It. Can her parents Mr. and Mrs John Electric Refrigerators are Dollar for Dollar .von. can't heat aT

nie Lewis of Jacksonville last made by other companies
Never i Advance nodal: and.Economic Justice
i weekend. and cannot use the word
Equal lo That Attained Under Capitalism 1 0
J '' Mr and fen. :M. L. Tilghman of Fri idaire. 1
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Gainesville visited her
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Use Mr and Mrs. S. M. Mott recentlyMr. GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties. Want1{
and Mrs. T. W. Markey en-

toyed fishing in the Suwannet ? ? .aa an. .
1 River Thursday.


0 'L\ FLORIDA BANK at STARKE end.visiting Mr. and in Mrs Jacksonville H. E. Stokes last wet wen.k E. H.THEN SMITH SEE McGRIFF MOTORS


tam Mr and Mrs. Wilson Green am
Illtmtrtr Florida Ilalionat group Tenth and Temple'e..
rtMeEp l'hilJrt'nWre guests of Mr am d
Mrs. Guy Pinholster. Jr at Crvs i' Starke. Fla. 400 Temple Ave. Pho ne 203 Starke, Fla.

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I Tornado Nine : starter Ed Teston for a big -run OAK r.uovr. nirucu I d,. Seldi-n I'll ilolln r
New Doctor ArrivesDr. I | 'n. J:: Daytona Tenh.I"rich once each week for four consecutive I" whose resident. I is t.i'lk' ..hii. "
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first inningWlly relief I"I" and file the .r'glll-> weeks in the Hr.tdf: >td r.mruy Tele- 1'ti..tnd'.s th "
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i I Coley. I The Oak Grove Baptist Chun-r II I t to : !unknown fath.r of I I",. I Ishne .
,! in the office of the Clerk of Then ri' au-" \\ h\ '.ud p,
grannI'lted ,,
C. F. Turner who has beena Bows To PalatkaThe pitcher for BHS hurled effective: is having a Homecoming Day or. I nit ,Court on ..r I I", fore. the tilth Mi s I--!, .i ,% 'r M Itt I'--.: -I- all InAin Parker iniuoi i -i 1 id., .., t\i I.. : \e. //o'rlllt..1 otluru .
i ball for five and I \ 01 .lune. 1 H'52:!; otherwise( the (ltFFit'I.EI.! : .) A J Thom 'PI penhaving or 1. n. '.g:; KIM.H.iy .- <'f MI. !h p. ; '\h.! ,
in Jacksonville two-thirds in [ Sunday May 18. Everyone is invited :| 11 all, right tI.'t interest in said ,. __
general practitioner Tornadoes baseball nin .I. 1t.III..n.1 said I' ."iiMMit| will bt Clerk! ,.f '1.,. riri-uit Court. J.c-- II k.ileline tV (if. .! htt .
for the past 21 years hat- ,, I II pings, giving the Maroons, one I 1| to services in the morning, j t.I.! en as confessed: by you ry Myrtle T. P-.i\ ,.r. Perry Cle-l< ill III: e'.1'.r Ann' Parkr.,n.1 l-'h'n 'h''I-!.Id: k'ti.l, -: ,Th...,.N'ider :Nil-, .. 't.
; ended the 52 home schedule more run on three hits. Tor. ,I This notice shall he published :. I.; 4t ,;; "I. ii.i I ,
The. ,
the and I' irker .,
opened offices in the HembreE'i I dinner on grounds singing I i nee each week for four consecimvreeks -- 11.1 s ii\ K-I.-W ". f i h. : v, t. I', ,.','h',

building here for the general ,, hursday night against Lake City nadoes started a rally of their I in the afternoon. The church I". In the Bradford County Tel- In The rirruil Cimrt Of Ibr Klehth "'*id Y.. ii'I'I.] lid i ..' \ 'I ; I' .." : '..l. '-

practice of medicine. At presenthe i I in a sub-group District 3 baseball own in the fifth and seventh innings : is located on Blanding highway 1 raph.Dated this 12th day of May. 195! P Judicial.r Hrndfurd Circuit(Of'ounq.rl..rwa In. la CtiimffTf. And ?..t' tin' ,.1 ,-\\ r. :" f ",?I I 'I "I' I P'I

but fell short of the needed : 16 OFFICIAL SEAL A J 't .- :n I. ...i\ I 's. \ ', u ,
is commuting from Jacksonville I I[tourney. The winner not knownat north of Highway toward01j I II II ) IsotlI" \ -- J-'
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Clerk of the Circuit Court I'K.r minor ('hiM1':1- Ill.\ ,\ nn, -t, \\ iy I 11. I"'." ;
att
. but plans to make his home press time will meet the Green runs. i j I Middleburg. 1In | E y Myrtle T. Dearer Deputy Clerk .In'' .l.i \-.n r i'..1 kei. I "t..-i 'I! ". ', I"".- i' Iii. ,1'-' \ i.i'i..l, ,i.'i..iii.l E!-|, .' "i. Sf \l" \us-i
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here in the near future. Cove Springs-Hastings winner Tuesday night here Palatkn I Circuit Court, llr.-iilfonl. (''''In..1 l MMKi: 10 IIMll. \M "IItt11 ''. I", I; "
the District again handed the Tornadoes defeat i "OT'CITn \PPK\ll I \l .r: I'i .' .
next Thursday in Florida In ('hanrcry. i .. \ 1 I' :s I", A
U. I I I I.Mauditie 5t.''' art. Plaintiffs- I''n Circuit Court. Itrndford Coonlj.torlilni "I : I" ,I. \ ,I. ., .,, ,
W. C. T. : Tourney to be played at Fletcher 12-2. Bradford out-hit the visitor i' liert I. Stewart. Deft gdant. I'1'' In Chnneery.ffie I

I 10-8 but could not bunch '. K::: l...iui.se Johnson. P'inr1"' ', -. '' ,
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"THE ONE .\SIC' KI'LK: THAT High Jacksonville Beach.In their Case Xn ':11' ..- .-." .- :' -- -' .'- ',' '-, ---
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.. To' F'rank Walley Johnson I'| f'r'd '
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'' Order nt I'nl.lieii.il And Ni.llre -
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EVERY BO.Y .ANI I (51111 1 SHOULD: the East Florida Conference I hits while men were on base i i \ppear
ABIDK: 11I XEVI.K maSK Tourney held here last wE'ekend'l l Coley pitched 4-htt ball to the I I State ..f Florida T.. All. rt 1 1. iX'Stewart burr To "'rankV.III.Topnenr....\, .I"! I r. .. .. '
'' Maroons for but the whose rr.sidriu f and ads '
FORM. six innings
ALCOHOL LV ANY
; thl" --nil-nee I'nknown
Palatka beat BUS 11- to win II" is:
(ADOLTII RUIT. COACH visitors touched him for 7 runs or ; dress is: I'nknown. i j You are hereby not.fi.'h...* a
Northern Division and lost to New You are required to a.|>|>v.ir nn g UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY Smyrna Beach 4-3 in the conference ; 3 hits in the top of the seventh. June IK. 19"i2. in the above named | n gainst you in tinT !I". .- ', i'-.d And

BASKKTBALL: Larry Van Alstine. who rappedout t'ourt. and raUMwherein plaintiff ('curt and cause and you II.. r. .. lid -
title. < se ks divorce and rvr-inrntnin nf if, to serve a copy of \ "'Ir ati-\\ >-r
TEAM.) The Palatka Maroons rapped 3 hits and had 2 RBI's. relieved ma id e-i na me. | o r pleading to the romni .'.I '1 IIIP
( Coley in the seventh with two out l.Tailfi.rd County Telegraphhitll. \ I'lainiiffs Attorney, Z". h Ii l I' IK
publish this Order in next foul< I i.weekly i.:I-. :.u'. Ltnh i: nii 'c' i i
He gave up two hits and one morerun. iOu.'itlw" ..". \ IIIFI..I d., IM.I" I', > U' lull
\\ my hand and off,. nl -. .11 II I 111 oil ,I.-. I 'I I L, < [. r'' -
I .it Starke. Fiona this May \14. I'! in .u" i.i ,
SERVICE Delano Thomas was slated trI lOKKIC'IAL SKALI) A J. Tii.'nt.I' i ,in-,, i I
WINKLER ELECTRIC As Clerk ,.f -.ml\ '"'"" I I I I "IS I .1| .
pitch for the Tornadoes Thursday. Ky Myrtle: T l)eaver, In-putt 'L r I "n .1 ri!
I I night. Alan C. Winter Jr.. 4 iiiK. Jacks-i'iivill Florida.Attyh. _
I for flf :, H. I it I.

ZENITHRADIO i i Review Of Year I ',, 1 H'iODHAM
f I Ill Circuit ( '"I. llrmlforil ( omit* I I '
I'loriila In (hnm-erj.
Given At PTA Sue I P. Phillips. Plaintiff. v, \\ II
ham (' Phillips, Defendant "Shorty"I
11 Case No. .il 1 :.7
Th P. T..1. of Bradford High Order. of "'...hll'I1I1..n11" Nolicr '1'"
+ andTelevision I I CLEAN fST 80
and Elementary schools met Appear '
St.,tc of Floildii T..' William: C
: Tuesday!:<<\ night May 13 at P Phillips, whose resiileii j is i JIM; Q (

Sales ,,'('Io'k in the school cafeteria :20th Streit. Columbus, < :icoiKia i iYou / ) W.I -I.1 THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE
are rfiiiired to app..t1| -.11 -
and Service Mrv T. H. Slade president pre June IK. 1:1: .",:, in the aliove 'latin'; IC .
1 1I
the Court and cause, wherein .plain! ilfseeks IOO IIJ5 t
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P..eS. E. Sparks gave
"1<1t'd. ilivuri, sole kr.rp..11' utody -- .jht.1 'd FOR
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j devotional. and control of minor rluMfti.alimony .

221. N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 1Paul! Keleher gave a brief feiiilant |pay and court Mippiui" costs moncanil ,1. i illTadfotd oJ \ I

summary of the P. T. A. for thr : County TeleKi-.iph, -".<11pliloli..h -1 &

STAKKE: FLOltli.tMNNIN I', school term including the people weekly issues.Witness this Ordei. in next 1"111| i s qJ 1 .
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,\'h<. had helped the goals set forth my )hand and official *> .il I v (0".:;> !") ) jJ Governor
-N-IN----------N-- -I-N-Ii ---- at Stark. ..i..ria. Ihi.Ia: II, P.'"..'. ]
,- year and the accomplishmentsA (OFFICIAL SKALI. A..Ih"III.I', ,
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of the evening war As Clerk of said 0 "nr'' .
highlight
Fly Mjrtle T I"'a't'r.. Deputy ClerkCharles "\\e like to LINK: I I1 i\r\\
installation of officers for the |J. H.'s. 204-05; Guaranty
the !:
II Building, Jacksonill Florida Business"We
.mmg< ; year. II. P. Morgan acted Attys. for Plf. ;. '16 41 6 '6
officer for the following
is installing ----------------------
I' In ( irenit Court. Bradford Count.
presented:: by Mrs Saturday
people riorlilai In Cli.inrerr.
f ,. President Don Parker: Xel. F Panple, Plainufl, t- InezM. believe that our excellent Morning

I Slade; J. Clark; : PaiiKle.. Defendant rest rwmsadd much to i
C.
V) Secretary. Mrs.I C.isNo MI ;r
Treasurer Mrs. R. R. Andrews: I Order. of Publication and '..II.... to.tpprnr our growing list of satisfied !

t y f 1r Secretary. R. O. Davidson. State of Florida To: Iin-x :M Pan- customers.
Torres. Ingram. err. whose residence |s Itoute :.
r tI Parliamentarian Hugh I Franklin. North Carolina.You TTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTT AT THE COURTHOUSE
I al' required to appi-ar on
l YOUR BOOKKEEl'INC; ,[ .lune It;. I ii."i2! III the abuts naiu.,1 LIBBY
ei Court :t. id cause, vvh.-r.-in ,pl.tuitiff
L and all ,.< ks divorce.1.1adford .

TAX RETURNS 1)ONEFor 1,1I1.1.h, ; this County Order TVIepraph in next: 'h.tli tour| Sales & Service

weekly issues'i!
A Reasonable Rate Witnessmy hand and offn I i.il ",-.d' 9:45 To 10
r of Business- at Starke. Florida; (this Max 17.OF'FB'FAL IM'..' :
P -All Types ( SEAL) A. J Thomas IVU V V 4 tll.itill..ll J a.m.
Card toW As Clerk of said Court Kaiser
Frazer
Drop a I T.v ( HenryJDEALERSHIP
Myrtle T Deaver. Deputy 'I.' k.
( )' UEIMO1)T: i Charles I:. II",.", 204-05: 'Iiiar.inty
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I Itldg..Tacksonville, Florida IPd. Pol.d )
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rI Box 76(; Lake Jeneva, Fla. j: Att\s for Plf :> I Ii 4t' ti ', Temple Ave. Ph. 32

1 !:! :%TICK;' 1t APPi:,U .
!I* ------------- In CIreult (Court llrnilford ('ountT.'FlnMIII .
n In t hnrrr I .
w .l.-riild Anderson. Plaintiff.s Annie -

Mae Anderson, Defendant
Television Tips
Case X.i MI.4Htilr ;
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A Lifetime Treasure I i.sd-Mce Annie t.. Mae r-iknown Anders..n.hoe WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCETHE

You are hereby nutlTIed that a
"CHARLES" ->it, for Divorce has been filed,
What is lovelier than a picture of mother and 'itrain you in the above namedCourt
and cause and you are re-I I
child It becomes a veritable life-time trea- .|iiir< d to serve a copy of your an- |
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J COMPLETE
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LINE
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n!: to the complaint
sure. Let us show you what our long experience '. tinPlaintiff's Mti-inei1 I -.his

in baby photography can do in producing :I i'If'; ? ?' K.I I" Skipp..."utiII.'' .., 221!Florida!I Graham and liuildiiiK.I filt Ill..-

a cherished portrait for you. ,itr'n.il' in the i.ffie of the, Clerk"f '
the t'nrmi Court nn or,'I.r"I .. lisp
''l.th) .1..., of .1 sort. U..'.:; othelUls,.
$? EVERYONE IS AS HONEST 'lie, . 8x10 3.00 fl* THFY SAY THEY
ARt a ill lie taken as confessed ly \ till |
PORTRAITS THERE'S fl NIGGER IN THE This notice shall he puou' -ned''j'
SIX3x5's5.00 once each week for four consecutive
WOODPILE v-eeks in the Bradford County I Irel. I
"'graph Farmall
r 'm Dated this- lab: da> of May, P',2:! TractorsNOW
Chris. J. Newbern Studio (OFFICIAL SEAL A J. Th.mias. ,
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raP Clerk of the Circuit Court I
C 'i. P.v: Myitle T Deaver D'plllC'IPrk |I
SITTINGSWed. ;. I 16; -It 'i; ti i I Iol'ln


6 PM 8:30 PM Sat. 9 AM 8:30 PM I I In I Irriiit> ( ourt.: TO llrniltord.trrp.tn('""nt'. !;

PHONE 103 STARKE. FLA. iFl lr I'loriila: In ('hllllr..n'11' {,
\ ''. us \\' Clark. Plainufl; \ *
I I' ull, > Cl.nk, J Defti'idant
o'.toN.: .. 'I I :". I
'I'o Paul i S Clark. vIi.. -" r. si I01. I- I AVAILABLE IN STARKE
1- n' I is "InK ii-\\ II.
O O \'I, .in" "lnn'iiy notified th it a
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t fop In\orce. hav been feted |
,ii--i MS. t"n 11Ih.,. allure. named i i'onrt
rill i S 1 sJ md c.iuse and you are requir- f .
I d to '. r'P)' of your answ.rpl. e.-
FINOEU SEWIXO Machine Com.1 TVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVYTTTTM -ii' r .- >d'nr tr th" complaint onill .i
any.. Lak* City. FU.. Phone 880. I 't, Plaintiffsttoru', \ II.\ -.1-; --
A T T U -
will repair your machine in tip ESSES

top condition, reasonableVe OF ALL KINDSItFN01'ATE1) When a firm gi\ -s first rlavmerchandise .riaTr : --j 4Ii
use only genuine Singer parts.
Our servicears will pick up and and rourttoii.ei -

delivery nervire upon requrst.INews > i ice. there's no niger in th" to.d
: Singer machines are a'-all .
able l on lea-'onahlf terms pile.I .
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FOR T1IK HI'lwJKT-MINnKD: Hrid I I ,
-100 KnpraveJVviliUiiR InVitations m q. l.' .'
on fine rag-ooiit.-nt paper. I I Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed DEADi

only 116 M: ItratlforJ County tf FU II N IT U 'Il K:
Telegraph ,
Jt'Ullhul..tt'rt',1: and LIVESTOCK
":H\'F.I. OAS iiKltlCKIl.\TOKS -
Uegularly: prift-.J at W: : 1\", 1'11'i Jt'finhht'd1I.Sl'IXt : fOR fREf REMOVAl Ot DEAD:
fto Hell .it $17 'i.', Y...: .u'l 1 RADIO & TV LIVESTOCK CALL
MATTKKSS:
CO.
thii Slaiir pas: '
heat "no Phone (;ainl'ill.. :3331): : ('olhrtFLORID.1
nux 230 1'ablka, Fla, Sales and Service

KADIOS KEr.XIKKU .............. .

All "aL.f' AH Mo HItmxmalilr Ph. 2M: !I Starke REXDERERS, inc.111x1111111111111111111. :- 1tLu
rUartr'' Biiarnnlrrilen Foil IINTapartment: : i.i.i furnished
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en \". f. ,siiirnii: : ,''omf.iit.il t t.eds.
"'. full ..l. "tnrLi1'h.. :.m "", ; II. raiiKe tall Si I In idee. K i
Stark.' 'lake I left KI.I.nmd| | I',1" '1111111111111111111111111
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FOR SAI.KK'\ ; 'niiT 1t lil: rk>. -;gu at R.U.Mrs. -
mix "'.1rl IVy IIn. tr'J""ldt'1'1'
ISo eat h.h. <> ccnuTit nioriar : cj

and j'm"t'fllI*I..I 'wnulou-i'",._r.t.li-ril U a I'n 16 _tf ONLY 5 MINUTES'

l.KT J. II. OIIOM. JilIll1)Lllout
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.\I'r.ToIlX'1'OIt 01.
ola"''','"' Inquire rhamber ofCnnlm.'rc ClI'ri.K .\\ II IKKiN
t f 'l\t.E'l-!' :!'
I.Ue disk l:>nh >\ rdiie.il.i> AT YOUR
I'nlaikn rash 'I'hur..I..> !
}o"\t SAI.K I'.Y UU'XEU100100 HAILCan

inner lot T r l 11..1111/10.. Kt 1. (I I'liOTKi'T TiL'l 11 SKITUITIKSFircpinuf __
s-tirke. I'U X. CherrySt
l\x 47i.: I I'ri'teclo Security lox.

_4tohg S'il: ; l etuilftil. large. h.-.i\\ duly stern|
bu(. no ;;:::,
plus tax. Bradford

VACATION at Tinnacl on* top Inn of P.unner North Carolina Elk\ N County Telegraph- tf Completely Destroy FARM HOME &
AUTO
C. 4000 ft. up in the scenic wonderland -
of .. lf'rn.rth: Carolina. J.'olt St 'j\-: .HodK". h.ilt-.n! pi kupliuck I
where you'll finil leUurelycomfort. ilk .. \\ A h.t! >:.11 iii fin-
fin fooUs. reasonable | llUlsl 1'111.\! I'-MlIt, I lit lea '' ,
rate. You can ilo a lot of nuth- 5latkr ho' Your Growing Tobacco
Ing If you choose or you mayprefer
sports and recreation such WANTED: -100 couples to Dine and ,
a" lewd games hiking fishing I j 1'n.F'riddv and Saturday nights
tennis, swimming, and soocot i ai the Triangle K Lunch at Standard i
course near nr._ l.ake liutl. and Starke. Musk!
V1UC.1NMAYou're a ilarlmif' I root ; by llrjdl'oid < '"un!> fU) H..VS 'IItp SUPPLYCOME
a quart of PUi-ti-Koie. Triui"parnt S:10:
.' Finish\\ at Farm. II.-me & Auto 1
Supply this mottling and its wonderfui FOU SALE-One Croom house .
It's >o easy '" apply. and one lot near school house.
ANN LiKht water ai-ft, bath Will sell
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tin nine. L .rtaunn virana iN. Airs.
KA1U.Y IIAIKY INPH'.O: seed1r.1, Agnes Thoiin--_ tti, -i

K''i for min.ulnn June dt-Ih'ery also ln<>>'i.>kinij IVnsacolaihia order I '"EJ'-Y"ung,. l.idy. high school IN FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION AND SEE THESE

!.- :''1ti?iii.. vivetyping
\V ll.iiniltiin Brooker.\ Florida. lltehg I Please apply Fridax ->rSatutday Your Crop Income
11 a III t.> 5 p.m Pr.l
i" \-' ruin.r Iliiil! >ree ItuilditiK.FOU ] '

Flirt KKNTThree: In-ill uni'i furnish- .' 111' WITH HAIL INSURANCE MODELS ON OUR FLOOR
rrned and large'
rd house, |porch Fl bit I:"::'\T--:! Io..lr..n1 31".Hlm.lIl.
sha.lUwn.. Four blocks\ from'unit ,
ere 'rlt'all rqu'oped. \on Klna'l.'
6J 7 \\est 'all St.. '
/ Hi-use. I..kr
See C II a.\\'rth'
Phone MS-J H.-hs ] Sial It.,. Jo'la, :2tchg : TTTTT T T TT T TTTT TTTTT TTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTT TYTT TYTTTT YT

F<'}: KKNT-Two bedroom blovk 1 S.\I.E-Fi\ room house. ::; f H. C. WALL AGENCY

hUcr. tiled bath, larsre wash ,, living room Urge closed in \La, \kporch
house with electric washer. ]arts'rnclosrd '' large front porch, city "euerape -
yard on Walnut St. SeetieorKe COMPLETE SERVICE & REPAIR DEPARTMENTBY
el-ctricity. Fire plug and
at Conry bl.l.'ld.pt.. :: Mret Ugh in front. I SS ft. x 420 LE.E PHONE Uti t
Tenth and Cherry Sts hl'1
;
ft. lot."arl..ty of fruit trees, piped -
A\TF.I-(1radult: nurse or UPI I for gaK. Reasonable. 422:!: West Constant Service Ocer .)(J Years

rused practical nurse part tints i moreland. lip QUALIFIED MECHANICSr'
duty Apply 801 W Call St j
FOR IUXT-3 hedrrvom house \\ ilhI.h
r.';:0 MODEL A Fill:I > !..r "al. ..II Kmgsley Lake. Avall.ibletli'HUjjh It Costs No More To Insure Early
f. aronahtt prl\'r 0'. t 1.: SIUhI"Pt Jut! 1". VU! in 'iiHi f
elf 1\ ,lt).. ?t-t .f i. tH'. ..n :d .\ .,u.-! Mr- i M: 'I' D.I.! i; "
King' ., I.J. 'tits. .;I 1 1 I.:' FREE )la.h'r Farmer I.edjjer" For Tobacco Growers -
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