Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Officers of the Bradford County Chapter Future Fanners of America, I Rth District i Voters Here AidI -

are pictured above at the chapter's annual Fath "r-and-ftoii banquet Green Favored Commissioner

held last Friday night at the Tjler Junes home near Brooker. First 361 103 655 43 1-16 60 51 108 6f 2518 By

row (left to right) : V. K. Ferguxm, chapter Ad\ier; Milton Mott, Iatthews 105 23f: 14-1 11 46 :n 6 -61-- 18 655 I McCarty Russell I Voters
I TuesdayFor
Vice President; Raymond Redding. President; Bobby Willis, Secretary. Governor And Constable

Second row (I to r) Markle Kaulerson! Reporter; Alvin Ia\is, Sentinel -'. IcCarty 21-1 691 466 31 89 43 40105:: .ft 1729

; and Willard Fifield, director of the Agriculture ExperimentStat1onat i Odham With% Victories
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570 326 17 103 41 16 G-t 9 1422 Named
the University, who made the main address at the banquet. Co. Commissioner President. Tuesday

| Fifield Addresses FFA BanquetA I District 3 i Bradford County stayed in t th
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Bishop j O'untian.-j
429 McCarty column in Tuesday \ \\e"' h.t
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successful of in Floridais Wilson 371 '- I voting despite heavy gains made polls Tue.iiU\ .
ending was brought average yield corn 17---m I strong!: suit
t) the current school year's activities -I only 18 bushels, little more Constable I by Brailey Odham in the three- that w.-re wound left up t the ii.emi .<> '"
week interval dangling, ."
between r:
of the Bradford County Chapter than half the national average of District 1 I the First t h. First Primary ;
I and Second on :\1a.Ii.
Future Farmers of America 35 bushels per acre. He predicted, -- I Primaries. rue vote( polled
Silcox 179 -7 -
last Friday night when the annual however that with the experimental f.tfG".n-- l-t30 II I I Tuesday's count here was 1729! ient'd! approximately Tuesday: !I"p') ",'
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Father and Son banquet was held work now going on the corn --157 322-- :n 1097 First MoCarty 1122 Odham. In the 5U', 115. total1.656 I qualified! elei I i.. ,

at the Tyler Jones home near yield in Florida would double in | Primary McCarty polled Kiadfoiti Onmty. anM <'n.d
Brooker. I I the next five years. adding another 209S' in Bradford while! Odha' :" per "I\t drop from the .

The occasion this[ year was in ten million\ dollars to farm income Contractor Ready To Start i I showed only 812.I nij.-1. "r00,t ::: \ 1 IM;o per CI'lit.J"th''l"r "- '1
'Tearing Up' Temple AvenueThe 1 Odham's ,. / '
the form of a chicken barbecue I in this state. rapid rise between Ma\ n "11] Mrtt t, A lighter \ ,-' .
I 16 and May 27 is attributed 111. $- .
to hi I "lid'
members and
with the
chapter Dr. Fifield was introduced by Primary is p'nei\ i ipe. .
their guests seated at long tables Rep. Doyle E. Conner a past contractor began Thursday pavement i more than double it? placed by the State Road Depart I continued radio and TV appeat '\ ted 1 t>"pei.ially( when !to.

set up in the pine grove near the chapter. state, and national president putting in drainage pipe in prep- present width. There will be four ment. ancvs and his one speech in th ai MO 111,1101! t i county niri'" "
barbecue pit at the Jones home. of FFA.A aration for the widening of Tem 12-foot traffic lanes and two 8. This project has long been tit> : county, after which activity IIi T.'s t. !.;t>n,'iate interest!

The featured speaker was Dr pie Avenue (Ui. S. 3011( from Walnut foot parking lanes. The distanceto la 'ed by the i his behalf became more evidon' "'1,. ''lIIptlall\'ply! qm-1 ,
feature of the task of ob I
Williard Fifield. director of the program Street to the north city limIts. be widened is less than a mile i taming rights of On the state level :McCarty: "< a ',mid tti.. polls here Tue.s i.i\ '.' "
the conferring of honorary chapter way and moving! Agriculture Experiment Station I Actual work of tearing up the from the north city limits to the I back. tearing off the front handily with a lead of 42,000 on marked i Russell and
I membership on I the basis of in t "'"r'd it
at the University of Florida. Ht present pavement is expected tc courthouse corner. The demolishing i II rebuilding I returns from 167kthe ; IIstale's the crowded poll-- i
: | father of the chapter president. practically every bud \1., .' >; Th"rl'a
work be begin next week. The 1 1632 precincts. A' no .
contract w
reviewed the important I I of the old road will begin ness building utiiiy
along Temple Ave "!" .
ing carried on by the experiment I A novelty program of hillbilly calls for completion of thc at the courthouse end. II Ute'. This work is last report the vote stood M- t. vote. very little miu'

stations in the control of insect and blues numbers was presentedby $197,000 project in 14. working During the construction periodall complete, howeverThe now virtually | C'arty 370872. Odham 323.07 Richard! It. Kus.M-11 ,! iri: : .tioiiMtt/ the polls\ and t < >
pests, plant diseases, and the development Ed Parker guitar; Lloyd day traffic on 301 will be detourai James H Kus..ell! Fa\orPl1 '" hear Miiall!I crowd that tinned ,>,,:

of new varieties of Grider. drums! ; AHeyt'Rap:: has When completed. Temple Avenue through on Walnut Street. Detour O 0 of Ocala Craggs Construction : | Senator Richard B. Russ for (,m'erllOr Miire, election return ihspei-!
was midnight
farm crops. He said that the tub; and Bobby Crews\yocalist. will be 64 feet wide I tactual signs have already been (..infill I bidder on oad sue I emerged successfully from I 11j > f)"l! Clerks and wept hum.. '
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j scrap for Florida's delegation t,
: the Democratic National .- "jhed the job of tallying in No .

Circuit Court Ends Spring Session; Avalanche Of On the basis of Converttion. return Clarke, the county's largest p"

Corn Starts Soon At Bradford Markets i from 12S1 precincts, Russell cam .in On t at 5 a.m. Wednesifnv

j i off with 19 delegates, while hi the county levi'!. miU I .

Negro Gets 10 Years In B & E Case | An avalanche of green corn i? prices have been weaker. excepi During the pant week the Stark I rival. Senator Estes Kefauver> M''}Ii27 t'C.$ remained voting to These be settled WCP i I'

expected next week at both Brad for pepper, everything has moved captured only five
market L County
reported sales Conimissionei
of 412 .
ford County State Farmers very well." Beville reported. Bradford County gave Ru .sei1! Thrt'e l t'l t f n I
The case of the stolen cigarette 60 days in county jail on information packages of mixed't'getabl('' ( South Starke) wtVreiumbent ,
Markets Small amounts of corn "The next two weeks will delegates about four to one ov-i,
was closed out here this week with for aggravated assault. reach with a return to growers of Ira Wilson .was un1lt' ,.
were marketed at both Starke and the the Kefauver slate. In the peak of butter preferential bII..
the sentencing of Joe Tomas, Jesse Lee Smart. $100 fine or beans. black. $606.70.) This: included 415 boxe'r I A. Bishop. Jr. The fllI.II

negro, to a total of ten years in 160 days in jail on information for Brooker during the pastwe9k, but eye and crowdeT peas, and there of corn which sold at $1.30 and I voting here on May 6 ttu tally including absellkl'1/. ,
the "big push" is still a few days will be a good of ratio was three to one for the W5..-;
the state.prison. hit and run driving. supply corn and J1.50 per box ((5: doz. I Bishop 443, Wilson :391;

Five other neeroes.--Sallie Williams V. L. Starling pleaded guilty to off pepper. Watermelons will startmoving The I I Georgian. l In the race for Constable

Fred Williams, Joe Batten, non support of minor child and R N. Bm-ille\ manager of the in ten days to two weeks! ," I shipping of strawberries tc Russell's hand-picked delega',>" t flt| One I Lawtey, N. Starke\I....
William to in Brooker market reported sales of I Beville said. cold pack processors was resumed ( tagged "Russell Candidate" on Starke i >
Y. T, Parker, ar.d Henry was sentenced one year prison t incumbent J. L Sil

-all operators of small businesses -i but commitment wad withheld 15,019 packages of produce during Natilio Arme. i briefly after having been discontinued the ballot) were heavily favored famed his offiht a safe ox ,

in Reno pleaded guilty to upon condition he pay $10 every the week May 21-27. with a i Navilio Brothers set up on the : at one time, and 387 21- here with one exception. In thu of I 14:50: to Wj( fin -h.ill. n rna.., -!' '

receiving stolen goods on informa- Saturday for support of child. return to growers of 32329.95 I Starke platform Wednesday U11. I quart crates were sold during the I single instance, Paul McRaeAveritte. I I B i,111 l u '\ i Th.ni.t.Matthews.,

tion filed by State's Attorney T. Vernon Rowe pleaded guilty to Sales included a good supply of I preparation for the corn-buying week for $1,951.50. The a "pledged to t us..el'
E. Duncan. Their sentences were non support of minor child and butter beans peas, corn, cucumbers season. Bob Turner has been I gross from berries was I I I delegate", but not on Russell

continued by Circuit Judge A. Z. was sentenced to one year in prison. I and some pepper. "Although operating here for over a week.Blanding I 197,523.2I. reportedat I personal slate, received 843 votes Wins

Adkins with the warping that any Commitment was: withheld while James T. Voce Ill', a Russell Dan McCarty
j. nw violation of the law Vould result upon condlti6H he pay-$25 on the! picked camJidaUe.*" receiveilThe 82.: "

in automatic sentencing on,, 12th and 27th of each month for Local Guardsmen Return From Infantry Radio CourseWinkler I fact that Avenue's nam.i For Congressman Congress Race

the stoler goods charge. support of minor children. i came first on the list and V'ocelh)

Thomas was arrested in Arcadia -I Willie James Natiel. 19-year-old I !I last. might have accounted 101 t

May i-t .and later confessed! to negro, pleaded guilty to a charge Cpl. George A Winkler < at !listed! men a.i iadio ...repairmen I of,t the former's small margin of win E-L I f'' R I iBilh i Ma ,
breaking fito S. R. Johns Groceryon I of breaking and entering and l left and Sgt. 1-c Rodnt.i I IHall (IIOfanl vii tin.'u \
ry units thoroughly : Otherwise Russell's slate nullothrough 'oi.v margin' ;
Washington St. and taking sentence was continued. I recently graduated from tnt ble oi t capa'i -'--- .! .XIiit.) nmie! "
intact polling the l1h'ote .
I repalnnand ;: ''
about $75 worth Of cigarettea. He Urady Kerse. pleaded guilty to i infantry Radio Maintenance fours, :t all ,, maintaining won out Tin,, ,'i.i\
trill sets \ as follows Lex < ;In
i and allied i : L en of
implicate the other negroes as I an information for burning auto- I at Fort Benning. Ga. They attended equip; ; Staike I in i ';pn, "
theft peculiar to Delegates at Large i Inlt.! I' mte.st tor
being the' ones to whom he had I mobile with intent to defraud and ; the school from Januan c infantry units.I Keprefientalu' ; Sgt. Hall holds Bryant 1313. Carlton 1319 1 u Kres.s from
sold the cigarettes. The court recovered sentence was continued. : through :May: 20. : ) ..,.. the job of Con p. I the new ElghfJ 1 >
I v'ir." munication Chief church 913, Vocelle 825. ''-10''
$52 Tuesday afternoon Three civil cases were continuedor i This course is offered tll .f "' with the local i

from the five defendants which temporarily passed. They were: National Guard personnelho qualified 1'.: I", I ;1Ill'rI unit lie is the son of Mr i I Delegates at Large ( Women With ( oinplcte' return-, 1/1'/ ,.,
will be returned to the store own W. K. Weidemier vs. W. E. Dowl- are in units and Mrs Clyde Hall of Theressaand Alderman 1403, Carroll 1021. .h uler I ing ah.Mntce ballots) dun, ,
requiring communication /
Fine Products employed Keystone 1137. McChesney 756 ... .-
er irg $20,000 damages; training. The by : | ountieand complete

Thomas was sentenced to five Corp. vs. Tyus Candy Co.. for attendance are qualifications higherthan KevsionServices, Keystone: I j: For those tagged "pledged I.<5 i ab-enteesi i from the) < 0./1'nine)

years: on each of the two counts, damages $250; and Warrene Boat- Heigh Russell" the vote was: ighi. the
I for most schools. and the |I count was J.d fhc\\
with the sentences not to run con wright, a minor, by Effie Boat- two local Guardsmen he !i pmkler, is the senior radic: J Delegates at Large t ni-i.Aventt > 27 919, Green 25321.

currently. He had previously: i| wright, as her next friend. v*. are me rin, '1., mth the local Guar 313. Coleman 736. Mathi- <

served tim" in both Georgia an. [ RobertV.. Hobson, damages $2:>.- ; only Battalion two members 124th of the Second urn'' H-. i in the son of '.Ir. and: j 516. legislator Matthews, a one-tin. i i .I-
Florida on convictions for breaking 1000. This latter suit resulted from ': thai \1 t.- K: Winkler of Starke Delegates at Large (women' fiom Alachua C'.iinu
have j i
and entering. I an automobile accident about j graduated from the course Hall Both Mniiig men are graduate Brown 712, Harnss 312. Mast, resigned as director ofaf'Hit alll"",
The school trams selected j! '-. for the
All "unfinished business" three miles south of ei University .
was ;! Lawtey on i of Bradford High School 313 Pearce 315. Thomas 220. \ a "
disposed of by the court this week] U. S. SOI. Feb. 23 19:>1. It was ; Wagenen 112. rnii) I to 'inake the race fo i 'f' ,',. ,

S.) the session. previously set for dLmissed.A | I L (VIM,, 'h,' ;,eA' District!i
Army Schools Offer The vote for Kefauverpledgeelegates !
June 2, will not be held. Jurors nolle prost'qui"as entered in' WorkStill Johns, McKinney .,. d at large was: I I"-i 'haMa> 6 Fust I I'. ,

had been summoned for June 2 i, the case against W. E. Dowlms.i Good Opportunities I 'M.UK!: Crt>en led
I Granted Permit Men : 'arroll 405 Hutchm.s'in' the ti< kc'
but will be notified not to appear.Other i :. J. Howling Sr. ar.d E. J. Dowl- j I PendingUp I ,I Billy )(attht"lIT ) \\% _1.fjj01:; ('-, while Matttnu ,
To Male Graduates 4 05. Myers tOt Sheldon 333.
cases: disposed of duringthe ing Jr. on a charge of issuing I For New Bus
Line runner-up with
Women: Chappell 331 Millei376. 18.7411 i I liihreeweek
spring term just concluded ''worthless cheek ($120ot;;I on Exchange -I to date, no contracts have I ,
Mule high IIl'hOHI"raduatt's of ; i I, McClellan 351. Natt 327. interval bo"' .\ ', '
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actualh I KILLFJ
were; Bank St. Augustine. made been signed for tehabilita' Senator Ch.'ri'-x
Roman Power; sentei-oed to one payable to ..1.V. Phillips The the (Cla-s of '52 can now apply for inn projects at (Camp Clanding; 1.\. E. McKinney.) John and !! In the voting for Congressional I IX PLANK CHASM:; two primaries Matthl'i"'
( Armsschooli owner of the:' up around 9.0Jf'O'f'S., \ 1 h 'i. ,,
'case special or school of District delegates the Russell! \ I.
year in prison on an informationfor against W i K: Dowlmg. Jr. i the District Army Engineers office Starke Taxi Service :
non support i separately on the same charge their choice before enlisting In in Jacksonville told the Tele. granted a state have beer I t I candidates likewise trounced Ke- Alton Witt who ran fourth in added about a thousand

John Henry Lane, $100 fine or was temporarily passed the Army. Local recruiting officer graph yesterday. a bus line between permit to operate ;i i; fauver aspirants in this county. the First Primary in the race I for :: Bradford County i f...., I

Sgt. Wilbur] M. Herrington Park Built Homes. Inc. of St Blanding Starke. Camp ;:| The vote was: i Congress in the new Eighth Disi staunchly in th> Greer ..

Tornadoes Lose Out 4-3 In Tourney announced this week. Petersburg was announced as ap. The State and Railroad intermediate points i For delegate 8th Congressional i I trict. was killed IOstantlThur.1' giving Its "native son '

The Starke Recruiting Office and Public District ( I Fred M. Cone when one over his ,.
i? low man : day a crop-ducting plane be :: running n I
I i I parent bidder on the proposed Utilities Commission
located in the Post Office and information telephone and I I the has approve-J I' i Russell ) 1695. Phillip Barton | was flying nosed into the ground count here Including .'t '
: telegraph building | application of .
Finals In Jacksonville Wednesday may be obtained from but their bid of $18.257 was sub Kinney to carry Johns and Me- {i (Kefauver) : ) 449 near Lake Butler was Green 2518, Matthe ." -. _,

Sgt. Herrington each Monday and passengers on For delegate 8th Congressional Matthews' home mm,' .
mitted The Lake
on an alternate plan which their proposed bus City flying
Bolles of Jacksonville defeated .with State Farm. Prospects are Friday all day. had be line between District (woman : Mrs. Edwin II low chua, gave him 7,907' t" .
to operator wa.flung at
sent to the Chi"f of St-arke. Camp : : crop
Bradford 4-3 Wednesday afternoon bright for another good I'rason "The is KandingHum1; G
program one of the Andrews (Russell 1616; Myrtle reen.
Engineers I dusting height and had completed
in Washington. D. C phrev* Gold just
at Jacksonville Beach in the next Corp.. Kingsley
finals of the Group 3. basebaH Captain year.Jimmy Graduation Rowe, Billy witakt'\ Buck ( finest the Army has to offer hignschool for approval before the bid could [! and Boom Town. Beacii.| G. Brown( Kefauver) 466. a turn when the plane sud'dentiy In the following l..blf' t II' .

tournament. Bolles will represent anLemuel Williams Also the graduates Sgt. Herrin be accepted. If the alternate plar ,I II I Unpledged delegates received lost altl'ud.- and ('ra.' 1ed. t he vote by counties. thtss': 111.1'' .:..
ton pointed out. "When they I li the consideration at the poll with
an asterisk includevotes
i turned tb.
is down n'
this district at the State Tourna- Tornadoes lose Arthur 'inkier Washingtor Rites
i l leave the service they can util'zr' Sunday I here The vote in thicategory :
then the contract will be awarded
ment June 1012. The Tornadoes and Wiley Coley because of the !;
Advanced to the finals by beating age limit. their training and experience n: 1 to the next lowest bidder, a Live For Mrs. Mundorff was; : Masons Plan
civilian life". GrIEn 'lalul.rAlathua "
Lake City 3-5 and Green CoveSprLi's Sidney Jackson led hi Oak firm, who based their bid or Unpledged men: Britt 112 Cunhffe
teammates the schools 3811 T'lt'
82.Delano the Among are radiC'mainlt'nance. the original government plans. Fureral services for Mrs EI\jp! l 27, Semple 35, Taylor 50. '
in hitting department Groundbreaking *
i: Baker 1135 _
radio medical M. Mundorff 1"
operator. 63. '
Thomas. dependable with a big .474 with Thomas close Certain real estate matters wil' will be held Sun- Unpledged women: Ehrmann t

Tornado pitcher. went the route behind with .460. Lemuel Williams i technical. office machine repair have to be negotiated with the ilay afternoon at 2 o'clock in the One man candidate. Francis Bradford 2518 -,.
This Afternoon
off-set DeWitt Columbia 3091 '.!. )o
tournamenl p;ess operator. Jones
far all personnel
games. He wai third with .360. Other I duPont mining interests before Chapel. lira- McHale.! pledged to General Me-

threw a 3 hitter at Lake City: a batting averages! are: Rowe .346.;; administration clerical i! work can be started on the rail- i in Mundorff died Thursday morning Arthur received 75 votes; and I All Masonand; Eastern Star Dixie 892 ISCl1'Cilchrilt

1 hit game against Green Cove Van AUtine .333 stenography; and X-ray. road a Jacksonville nursing home. one woman. Mary iUS -9t.
; .329; spur extension. the District She Bergman!i! members: art invited tn attend thr
and : Hamilton .
Springs and another 3 hitter tc KOpt>lolls s .320; Coley .2S4.; "There art- many more school? I Engineers said. It was announced Starke her husband moved to pledged to General! Eisenhower, j:! Masonic picnic to be held t ItIF 991 11 1 ;

Bolles. Winkler .270; Rivers .261; Elder i! from which to choose," the sergeant last week that the Wm. A. Smith St. about four. years ago from polled:! 121. ;i afternoon (Friday, at 5 o'clock! Lafayette TIZfadn I."

Costly errors hurt the Tornadoes .219; Futch .184: Martin .143: B. | pointed out. "and I hope all Co. of Kansas City. Kan. was ap Petersburg.Residej her Republican Vote I j i at the site of the proposed new' 'Levy l I "

against Bolles\ but the game Buck .125: L. Bmk .111. male high school graduate wiS:! .parent low bidder ($272.774.751on 1 ,ward Mundorff.husband; John Ed- Nine Republican ballots'erl" Masonic Temple on West Call! St 1199Naau : 1'-:
was interest?? to watch. Th, take advantage of this wonderful I she is survived by 1823 ))9:'"
the cast this Of I I
I approximately five nuleiof two sons. Ronnie in county Tuesday Cround for the new building ,
winners scored U Mundorff Putnam 1800 .I
winning run Richard Muse Dies opportumu rail spur. Starke. and Lt. Cot! these eight went to Harry Swan.,i will be broken at this time, and I it :
on an apparent easy double playexcept J. L. Mur.-, Suwannee 2172 :: : _
At this time there is no way ofknoing r dorff of Arlington. Republican nominee for Gov is expected that actual construe- .
for the shortstop dropping: Va.;; two rnor'l Taylor I 1." I
Richard Muse, S2. died in a I Winners NamedIn how long these negotia daughters, Mrs Henry and one for Bert Acker. S>var tion will get under way soon. ,
the ball. Bollea scored 2 runs in L King and Union : I I
Sanford hospital on :May: 16 following turns w'Jl take the Engineers said Mrs. William was likewise favored in the state I
Oliver .
All members te
the first Inning on a free pass a Spelling Match both of St. are requested Totals .! '_ .: ,
hit batsman and a timely single a brief mn ss. He was p or when actual work on these twc Petersburg: and a brother. Leroy voting I bring baskets of food for a "real'old '

by Wimberly. 2nd baseman. The native of Bradford County. ani? Nancy Bates (junior high I an.? projects will begin. Morningstar of California t t time picnic' I. Ittaei't! -" '

Tornadoes got 1 run in their first had lived near Sanford for 4?: Patsy Benton senior high I were Bids were advertised Wed -'?" Rev L. D. Hanes of the First GIRL SCOUT NEWS;' ,absentee; .'r. a:!

on 4 hits, leaving 3 men stranded i years where he was engaged 1 ir declared first place winners in a day on the utilities contract for Baptist Church will conduct th > ,' :J: Recent Birth I counted bu If. sit: .

'>n base Bolles scored another r farming;: and flower growing spelling match conducted at BH:?: Blanding. for which the government funeral services Members of Girl Scout Troop! I affect the outcome,. ti' ,

run In the 3rd when Thomas dropped Funeral services were held in Sanford recently. Two representatives c reach has appropriated $2.9 O.000. ,: No One celebrated their Troop: } Warrant Officer and J.IJ'l. Wes. '

the ball at home after with interment in the home took .' These bids will be on June: Birthday with a party Fnday ;
plate room pan in the opened Rotary !PV Arwood of Jamestown. R. I.i List Apartments
taggfr'g the man. The Tornadoes Sylvan Lake Cemetery there. matches which were held in the 17. I! Meeting nght in the Scout rm. :,: announce the birth of a son

evened the score 3-3 in the 3rd school stadium. Cot J. New membership cards were Douglas Ramsey. I Anyone having furm-}
I A Griffia at the U. 9 j
with no hits but errors on Bolles Rank Holiday Sonjal1)"dden was runnnerupfor | Cancer Fund Groics I Blandicg had of Camp handed out and after a brief cere Naval Hospital, Newport. R. I. on I, I furnished apartments ..'
part. Bradford got 7 hits against i charge of the mony the girls presented a pro .
junior high and Emma Jear pro- May 12. Mrs wood la the1! I for rent is asked to list )'h the
3 for Bolles. Thomas struck outS. The Florida Bank at Starke 'I gram at the Rotary Club ; gram for their parents. Following -
Godwin took second place in. Bradford County's Cancer Fund I Wednesday ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F Chamber of Commerce a.soon' aspossible.
walked 3 and hit 3 batsmen will not be open for business next senior high. i: has now the After luncheon the program delicious refresh- A tut
i passed $400( mark.: members Carter of Lawtej. \\-0 Arwood I complete new u
Rosecrans struck out 5. walked 2. Tuesday June 3. which i is I Jr.entd. made by the ScoaU wet.
The winners will b George I eing t complied and thersa
In closing I I demand
out their I served. Parents and friend
season, Davis' were
birthday a legal holiday i.
medals at for two bedroom
Bradford commencement exercises I that possibilities are gOO won IS. lost 8. tied 2 in Florida. Csmp: Blinding maintenance shop I invited to thu celebration-
; tonight. the $500 quota will be reached. Fleet ipartmentg at this timer



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fTTTTTTTTTTTTTFTTTTTTTTTV, afternoon of last week. cent supper guests of Mr and 'Deadline USA' ring: role as a crusading editor I news plant of the N" ..
County TelegraphESTABLISHED I i I Frank Nazworth of the Air Mrs M M latchet who will not be intimidated by the Daily News to give t.. '
HAMPTON Force, who has seen 21 month" :Miss Miinel Raley. of Gainesville: Coming To FloridaThe rackets machine. He is backedup I greater authenticity Tic.
overseas duty, is 3C called at the Hammond home Saturday .
OWNER-EDITOR spending a bEthel Barrymore as the of a big
1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. I I battle of a free andgor'I1: / ings city new-"I"[ (
day furlough with his mother reliant publisher of the intricate alliances of
By Mrs. :M. C. Sweeney | newspaper gang-tt'
PubU..hf'd Every Friday rfflffcs.nd Entered as Second :Mrs. Eva Nazw orth. After hilea'e ? Mr. and Mrs. D E. Hall and twt' press against the force of big!; Bogart edits and Kim Hunter as .
: with p-'L A t. > l me"i: '
city is.
Class Matter at the Post SW Office at Stark0iMember FIa. IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAlCongratulation. he will be stationed in Texas.The young daughters returned homeSaturday corruption piciui ed in the wife who sees her loyalty In a .
I I j A. M. Hines family of, after a ten day vacation "DeadlineU.. S. A." showing, new light a? a result of Bogart' : cold Claying of an e\ ll

I 1952 To Miss Sylvia :Ma\. Earl Norman I;. Charleston, S. C. were visiting'' spent in Tampa, Bradenton. Sunday and Monday at the Florida effO! I are among !I.l' e.on." ,--

1' and Frank, Brown, Hamp- \!. last week with Mr. and Mrs. Orlindo and :Miami: Theatre "I>e a.llllt'.I! a that make thi fIlm nDON'T .-

ton's three seniors.ho will receive Frank Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Maxwell Humphrey Bogart :ha tvu' -t{.If- madly ti'meil! in 1.tig tp" ; n Ivu l'.t! heel,e l.li"nIH':"
ilgB For Six lonth5 Mrs. Lynn Hall spent Wed : of Kentucky wt're1"'ltors t.; -
their diplomas tonight from
JuW-ription $ .5 Annually -
E '
nesday night and Thursday of last Hampton last week -- "UIa
Bradford High School. Congratulations -
I week with friends in Valdosta.' Mrs. Robert Brown was in
Russell Gets Another BoostIn are extended to last year'rtwo Miss: I Ga. Gainesville recently I'
from here
graduates .
Mr and Mrs, J. C, McAlhanyand Mrs. Eva Nazworth and. children
spite of the confused delegate situation, Senator Rich Joan Sweeney and Gerald Brown; two sons of Reevesville, S. C. were guests Sun.ii.:; "t her ,
who have clerical positions. Miss, FABULOUS FROZEN' FOOD FESTIVAL
ard B, Russell emerged with flying colors from the Florida with t arrived Sunday for a few day daughter. Mrs. Charles" G ist.nr.
Sweeney is a stenographer : i
primaries, capturing most of the State's delegates to the National Station visit with the J. W. Horne family and family near Palatkn
the Agricultural Experiment ,, ,
Democratic Convention. Mrs. Andrew :Meads of Jack Mr. and :Mrs. Brui- R ak of -------- ------------ -- -- -------- ------- -----------,---- -
University of Florida while I
If Russell: : had had a clear-cut slate of delegates like :Mr. Brown ii: employed in the : sonville is!: spending several weeks Starke were Sunday night'! dinner These Are Just A Few Of The Many Many Red Hot Bargains.Ask .
Senator Kefauver's, he would have emerged with an even office of a Jacksonville cigaretKconcem. i I with her daughter, Mrs. V. J, guests of Mrs Roark pninnMr ,
more decisive win at the polls Tuesday. But with more Russell I: Slade I II : and Mrs R. F Dil At Store For Big Colorful 4-Page Newspaper Size Price List.

delegates on the ballot than you could shake a stick at'i' Nine girls and boys of Hampton I I. Mrs. Florrie Belle Brown and Among Sunday \iMtortc. r
son, Lamar, and Marvin Birt have Hampton were. Mi:: .tliLil': -------------- --------- --------------- -------- ----------- ----- -
it been recently visiting their cousins Wilbert Hall and Uv > daughter. .
had choice in the from H. I //1 '! '' "f "
the followers of Senator Kefauver no certificates Supt. I /r ". ; .,
in Mrs EtrlBI'UFI; \ '///
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Birt and Mr and / // f
and consequently Kefauver P. Morgan Tuesday night, signifying "
matter of delegates every i : '" 1
Gainesville 'i 1 jMrs. of Tampa Carolyn Ann Sun- : fA/
the full Kefauver strength. : their graduation to High I I
delegate polled Carl Brown and Mrs. Bob mons, of Jacksonville, lrPar
set-back to Sen- School.! They are Billy Home
Florida proved to be the first important I by Rosier !spent last Thursday.. risk and family of Eai !lain! Bt't'h
: Johnson Edwin Johns, Bar-
ator Kefauver who has amazed the old-line professionals'with Mary ; with relatives in Raiford. Little Mr. and Mrs John Han mood
bara :Matchett Eddie Hardman,
his ability to attract a national following. But the fact Don* Gnffis. Mrs Brown's sister and son. Chester of StarkR 1 I
remains that the Democratic "brass" wants no part of Ke i Eaileena Norman Bill Johnson I accompanied hn home fora were d'tiner gues'-, .>:- Mr H.i-i
Jackson and John Rusha
fauver and the chances are they'll be able to stop him at the Shirley weekl'nd'i..it mond'> ]*irnts. MT: iri.l MrU 1 -
convention something they couldn't do in the primaries. "Betty The Gui of my Heart". :Mr.: and Mi-. r:d 1 I Huh,in in 'm \\' H nun mil' .! S1.' "
Potent powers in the Democratic party are behind Averill Sth grade play presented last family of L.n\t" \ hi n t' b If
Friday night at the 5'hoolVat' I RO
Harriman, but politically speaking he is still a question -
fine success revealing
!a _
mark. He has never run for office; is a quiet, undramatic of Two 7th s I
talents the players. ,
has far can now see, no public fol- ____
figure who so as anyone grade boys. J. R. Batten and Bill' STARKE GENERATORAND -
of size. i
lowing any Aldeiman. a truetolifecolored
Backers of able and popular Senator Russell are tryingto t skit. Ushers were Jimmy: Quantity Hights; Ili{ cned. I'riee, (dMd ThlU I S..tl.( Ma !

counteract the impression that he is a .sectional" candidate Gnann and Lonnie Davis. Baccalaureate I STARTER WORKSAT -

and present him in his true light a man'with broad : services were held on ;,
vision and a cosmopolitan viewpoint. How successful they'll.. Sunday afternoon, with Ilev. Merle: New 1952 Pack Dixiana FrozenStrawberries

be remains to be seen. i 1 : Packham of Theressa Baptist

There seems to be a very real possibility that the Democratic : Church bringing the message. I iRev.
210 So. Walnut Street
convention will he deadlocked, and may finally choosea John Children, Hampton CANS

candidate who is rarely if ever mentioned now such as, Christian Church, gave the In I' FORMERLY ANDERSON'S: : : fJARAl.E; I 4 99C
for instance.. Speaker of the House Rayburn.So ; vocation. The pnncipal :Mrs.: Ola II II I
far the Republicans are concerned the closing of :\1. Perkins presented the speaker I
as while :Mrs.: Frank Dryden represented Will Soon Open ElectricIotor: Repair Dept. i
the primary season finds the situation about as forecastershad -- ....
the P.T.A. of which she is'
and Taft
are, to expected.all practical pledged purposes:: on an equal footing. Neither president. Ushers were Emojean I II OR EXCILGEDInl..\TCHE REWINDING(; "SEALDSWEET" Frozen I Superbrand
I Hall. Joyce Beal) Donald Hersev i iI ,
man has anywhere near enough to assure nomination. I and Bill Alderman. PHONE 22S STARKE, FLA.
Only one other active Republican candidate can now be i I ICE C REA E M
taken seriously. That is Governor Warren, who would havea bers Several enjoyed of our a picnic 4-H Club and swim-mem '':i| Ed Hunt H. D. Kos
that Taft and Eisen- '
good chance in the unlikely event I ming part at the home of Mi
hower cancel each other out. Stassen, apparently, is far and Mrs: John Hammond on Crystal 6 PINTS HALF GAL.

weaker than he was four years ago. I L;ke. Saturday afternoon Cans
Some wishful: thinkers in i Republican Party still seem 1', They were accompanied by Mis 1 10 99C 69C
to feel that "it's all over but the shouting" that their man. Dorothy Ross of Starke: :Mr-

whoever he is, is practically a cinch to defeat any available \ Jessie Chaplain and Mi ami :Mi-- REASONABLEcharges -...
Democrat. This, of course. was their theme song in 1948and Wm. Hammond. -

took what happened then! Our City Hall is putting <011 a Swift's Famous Shortening
attended with the fines' >
Those who would like to remove the Democratic party "New Look" Venetian blinds an,!
from the drivers seat often make the obvious mistake of plastic drapes, a gift of the Ramp! sincere serving bring to us the frietM-,
considering only the Administration's political liabilities, I, tun Home Demonstration Glut( ship of the great communities u-hic':. JEWEL J E E l 3Lb.Can 65C
Democratic and beautiful cabinetink b\
and disregarding: its political assets. The plat- ,, a the srne.DeWITT.
form of 1932: will he, so far as": basic principles are concerned. our City Fathers. With a few
much the same platform with which Mr. Truman ran to I added pieces of furniture we will .
him chance. In sure tIproud of our Community Chase & Sanborn Pressure Packed
victory in 1918 when almost no one gave a :
seemed to 'Le Center. At the last meeting of the I, C. JONESPhone
that platform
spite of Old Guard disapproval, i
in tune with the great mass of voters in 1948, and it is doubt- Home Demonstration Club, the I 7 Starke, Fla. s r Lb. Can
ladies learned to make corsageof a CO F FFEi.For 79C
ful if anything of great significance has transpired to causethem nylon from discarded hose, and I I, .
to repudiate that platform now. I r -Nw-
also had election of officerstr:: ; \ .
ConventionThe 11 W. Hammond was elected I I'm t Funeral Director Ambulance Service 1
Singing ,
I fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTmnHEILBRONN I I'rt'sident.lrs:: T. J. Alderman.Vice .
i I t Our local funeral home enables uj to offer conveniences and I It a Dazzling Clean Wash !
President Mrs Ralph Pear-
Union-Bradford County
I t services not otherwise available :
!!Singing Convention will meet at all. Secretary and Mrs. Gertrude I R Box
Hope Baptist Church, Theressa: on Slade, Treasurer. | \ ___ -Nf.t I I T I JT Large 2SC
t I
By Marian Norman I Sunday. June 1, for an afternoon A Peggy Newton Cosmetic We furnish the highest type service at IjA-est prices And :
II at 2 Everyone was at the home of I
!'inght'ginlling p. m. party given accept ANY life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfraduallon who enjoys good singing i? Mrs Fred Whiddon lat week. :
I company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral I
t K\m-i-es: invited to attend Raymond The Woman's Council met with "Donald Duck"
BO obligation.
Eight pupils graduated Mon Brown President Mrs. Nitct Johnson on( Thursday L--------- ww NwNwww NwN.w:
day night from Heilbronn School.) I

The stage was beautifully decorated I SALAD DRESSING et 35C

bronn Hope"Glee with and Club gladioli.ReLt sang The'>'Whispering e led Heil-the I j 4 Big Days FLORIDA THEATRE 4 Big Days

devotional. Betty Clemons, one of

tors.the graduates The Rhythm, welcomed Band from the Mrs.visi I TUES. WED. THUR., FRI e JUNE 3 I 4. 5, 6 "Donald Duck"PEANUT

Futch's numbers primary and sang.grades. Clara play Starling two Matinee: Adults 75c Children 25c ... Night: Adults $1 Children 25(< 1 RIITTFR1! \ Oz. 15C

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: gave an address on "Looking
to the Future" and William tarter,
spoke on "To Greater Heights"
Supt. Morgan presented certift "Donald Duck"ORANGE

cates to the eight graduates.
neand Mrs S. L. Watson ar.' : Three years In tine, nlaltlttn t. a"r Oz. Can
moving to Jacksonville but hr JUICE 46 15C
will remain a> pastor of the Heil 5l r Thousands in tile cast.!
bronn Churih.

With the aid of several men oi 1 J Filmed in Rome by M-G-M I!
the church, the Sunday Schoolrooms Vacuum Packed

hate progressed very rapidly
I Wf hope it won't be too mud k' Pound Can
longei before they are completed ASTOR COFFEE 79C

Last Friday night a chimiMXtal -
was held at the home o'Anet
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served and .l > li,,'ken supper n Proudly :M-G-M presents "Kingan's Reliable" 8-12 lb. 'I I Sugar Cured Piece



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.I! vey to determine the feasibility of TTTTTTYYYYYTYYYYYTTYYYYY day of last xxeek. '

paving certain streets. There i? Visitors of Mr. and Mrs DateThornton !

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMNBy a proposal to pave part of Lakeshore STATE FARMBy during the weekend were I For home

I I I Drive and part of Magnolia Mr and Mrs. Tuck Andrews and
Mrs. Sara :McDonaldThe Street and part of Jasmine Street Mrs. Brian Whitfield Mr Loadholtz of Miami, Mrs L. I

, around Keystone Lake. It will yyyyyyyyyYyyyyyYYyyyyyyySappLinzy L. Thornton and her daughtt'rs'l

afternoon circle of the Community Holl, the new minister, will oc i I depend of course on the actionof : eddingMr Margaret and Ruby ,
Church Women will meeton cupy the pulpit next Sunday. the property holders. On :\[ and Mrs H. R. L:1o:: announce Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold and hospitality
Thursday. May 29, at five ,'i The closing exercises of the method of financing it was suggested the marnage lit their Lang and their baby of Pensa- I

o'clock at the home of Miss Cleva Keystone Heights School will take I by Council at their last daughter. Wanda Lee, to Charles: cola, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Crew

Carson for a covered dish supper. :place on Friday. May 30 at 7-30: i, meeting; that is, that the adjacent Sapp, son of Mr and Mn Ship- : and their daughters, June and

On Sunday morning in the Com p m. in the school house. The property holders put up the money ran Sapp of Lawtey. at three Josephine! of Lake Butler and
munity Church, Dr. Farrar madea i pUblics invited. The entertain. !:' in advance to be held in escrcxx- o'clock, Saturday afternoon, May : Miss Norma Dekle of Jacksonville
1 will be musical. Par I II Some of us might find that a little 24. The impressive ..eremonsas >' 'i
special talk to the graduatingclass I mostly ,'I ring I Sunday Mr and Mrs Herbert
of the Keystone Heights! ents will be able to see the progress i ii nard to do. \ performed by Rev J F. Len- I Thomas had as their guetM t Q

School who were present in a body I made by the pupils under' Mr. and Mrs G. Wiggins anl'' gerfelt at his home in Mi 'dlc> Irene Roberts and MrH F I I., ,.k
His subject was "The House That I the new music teacher who war daughter Anne have left for North I Mr and Mrs. Robert [ burg.\\ of Palatka and Mr and Mr T 1 R dl

Jack Built" and he stressed the secured by the PTA. There are Carolina. From there they will Starke were attendants and the I II I Roundtree and their Lnil.i'. < n V_
need to build a life as a house on six members of the graduating go on to Annapolis for the wedding!I'I' I bride was given in marria: (1 by Gainesville.

a solid foundation.At ; class who will receive certificates' of Miss Wiggins which will take : her father. For her wedding: attire : Dinner guests of Mi and l.-... 9

the close of the services. C. Bobby Bastedo, Burl Dykes Doni 'I' place on June 7. the bride selected a pastel '' W. G Stringfellow at n i Forsythe, Pat Glisson Bill McPherson Col. and Mrs John )[ I II hUe suit complemented. white'
J, Bastedo presented to Dr. Far I CDOWalll were Mr. and Mis Bob Bark-
rar a gift ag a token of the appreciation -I and Eulie Rushton. have gone to Washington D. C. tc ,accessories Her shoulder corsage i ley and their children :\bl':" }
of the members of the congregation Some interest was aroused last! visit their daughter and from there I was of pink and white gladioli. I! Mike and Dea, of Jacksonville

for his services as week over the activities of a group they will go on to Michigan tc I-olkmmg a honeymoon !stay at1 i i'akulla (j Mr. and Mrs. Herb Th.om.i- It'd: :
I I' \\ !
pastor. It was his last service as of surveyors in certain sections visit other relatives.Mr. Springs couple. \\HIj I i their daughter, Kathlem \':-it..1
I I( reside in Jacksonville whe," Mr.1 i
he and :Mrs. Farrar are leavingsoon : of town. They were employed by and Mrs. Anthony Baker'are ''j : Mrs. hone Roberts in P.tlatk.t
Fapp is a civiiMn employee at the
for North Carolina. Dr. the Town Council to make a surCan rejoicing in the birth last Friday Naval Air Base.I'rf'nulltial. Saturday.Miss s Magic

of a cevenpound boy, Anthony Party Erma Jean Godwin !I. t it :...< CJ
Jr. I Sunday for Jacksonville xxheif.lie
The Betting for a misceua-ieous '
You See Mr. and Mr". Dan Reamer andMrs. : shower given in honor oiIiss :i I has accepted a position M h-

Reamer's sister left on Monday -'I Wanda Lee L.n/y whose marriage :Godwin:I will share an apartment $ : '.::' J :s:
with Mrs Seabie Rucker.
for their summer home in I to: Charles "?pas an event (If.. $ ;
the Difference? I
Meadville, Pa. Saturday wan the home o' Mr.
I Adding Machines and Portable
:Mrs. Elbert Altman was operated j: and Mrs. Lorenzo Griffis. Mrs I
on in the Gainesville hospital -i Karl: Dobbs of Raiford ar.'! Mr i ii I j i fjpexxriter1 M>1<1 on time.-Uriul- .;.

.,, ..... r "\ .... .-.. ,..,, on Thursday of last week i \V. A. Knight were a :: She i i" reported doing well. Her I hostesses! and ti.e date .>f tne j-aity i ii
I |tThe-, function;of "government in a I son, Charles Altman, who wag was i i Tuesday (,evening, My 20 YOUR BOOKI\EEPI\C: ;
*. free republic to protect the right i of per. i recently discharged from the Navy, 1 Beautiful arrangements: 'I; summer and all I 0'La:. hJ 4' 11

1 sons'tpyenjoy, liberty byr restraining those is here with his parents. ': blossoms xv:t.i glad"; pre.t'un- TAX RETURNS DONE:

I"'w1 refuse to such Frank Walrath Jr. and Lindsay :, inant, were placed at points of
respect rights of their For A Reasonable Rate
Walker made a weekend trip tc interest throughout the room.
1.fellow, citizens.. .- :*. : : Naples for some deep\ sea fishing. I'nze winneron thi od aS1 itn -All Types of Husinevs ..a.a r ti

The .function of government in a collec- Mr and Mrs Kyle McMurty, : were Mrs Warren Bloodsworth Drop a Card toW

tivistic; society, ;;such Communism. or I' Mr and Mrs Roy Browning and 'and Miss Carolyn Bloodsworth of)'II J. IE1MODT: :
Raiford and J-irs. Dave ThornoaAfter
,I I Box 76 Lake Geneva, Fla.
Socialism is to make'each individual fi <
; a attended I |, the opening; of l lo:tiv gifts ![i. x i iI
servaat4f,, ;the government, depending ':''that attested the pcpu'an'y of1j !
i i in Daytona Beach the first! of the ,
'upon'lff this: liveUhoOd\:.\ xveek. '!(j! the honoree i&i.iluiches! and cake': '
f_ : '.\ :j i were served W-LI C ca-('; lus: The I S
Wbatond of 'yxzwsr do ? Mrs. F. W. Doying left Monday FRIGIDAIREI / .
government. we wan1n4atFha guest list included iiiend> 'i-n.
In' -f 'fe -.jf ..
f \
for an extended trip to Europe i I
; : 3'M. She will fly from New York tc
.. the Farm. THERE'S JUST ONE
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"' .
*;S{ :'. ; "- England spend
'f' ,.%4k.. 'to I 1 L11lien.i!
Society: the Citizen Enjoys" the Se- : months in England, France, Italy FRIGIDAIREMade '
{ 1 Mrs. W. r. I'tagle and) hp:
euri """of'Lbirty' .-In'a 11 ColleccflrIatic.Sodet. y He and Switzerland. |! mother Mrs. .:. F. Edwards, ei.' only by General I 0r

Suffers the Degradation... of Slavery 1 1 i tertained at <, Scat I lmchecJat: :Motors Corp. All other :
: their home Fn t h.-. May 23. Covers Electric Refrigerators are I

1 I were laid a the beautifully ap- made by other companiesand I r
Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties. f YE pointed dmm:* room table. The cannot use the word I (
cloth was of eyju1--! ; la,e and ''
the centerpiece was of gardenias Fri idaire. I II 1 ou have more friends than you I

DEAD N and stokesu .1n'l 1 la...... fern artis- I 2 4 Bottle Case $|00

{N 'y .11 ally arrar d 1 11 a in ;;la 1 s (Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE think. Be sure you have enough I
LIVESTOCKfOK bowl. Guosts Pig -At Your Dealer
on this occasion Deposit
M... FLORIDA BANK at STARKE fREE REMOVAl OF DEAD were Miss A JI..s Hnl. Jlr.s G. rliTe ? ? Coke on hand when they drop in.

LIVESTOCK CALL t "humi ', Mrs. M tel) M:i- THEN SEE

wwn. / r- ) J Phone Gainesville 3330 Collect thins, Mrs. Willie Mae BiiHoniMr .
row <. Ann Bulford. Mr'. Henry E. H. SMITHTenth

James .Hippslej' all of, Hilliard and Temple Ave. I "Co,.";ii a registered IroJt-morl. @ 1957. THE COCA-COIA COMPANY
and -"'i 1.c. 1{'a 1 ter A. l arl.o'T of
Jac'Kbonx ille. l Starke, Fla. !
SEE MORE Bridge Club :Meeting

I When Mis. P. D. Fanchf-r ,'n.

I tertained the State Farm Bridge
PICTORIAL STANDARD OIL I Club at her home last Thursday I II ( \
afternoon the piece de resistance i Gh1r

I among the decorative vases t f It' the
flowers was that on her buffet I II with a ttwfem, n&wt

j An unusual arrangement of white I
overhead valve! sfxl!
i and the bronze Black Opal glad- Ikr
i i loll in a brown pottery bowl was 0 h J car

:. balanced by candelabra with the
beauty of the whole effect accen with V-8 power!

I tuated by its mirrored refK-ction I,
i Before the games Mrs.: Fancher

>r j served sherbet and cake. In addition -

; to Club members :Mr. Fred "' _

I, Stump of Starke and Mrs. C. MiTurney I tat' $trot.. SyrY8

j 't.iniard Oil- dealers will be glad I I of Jacksonville, guest! of 1
Mrs. J. R. Kite and former member -,

cE to give you a 1952 Road Map of '! were playerThe latter NEW CA
a ; won the guest prize. High and

Florida, Georgia, Alabama, I bingo prize winners were respectively -i ij :

j Mrs. Kite and Mr[ ". H. C. ,
.4 \1 i vi\sippi or Kentucky, with pictorial
: Kucera "JIJ fIJ 9 N Me. ,

f guide showing where to go, what to Mr. and Mrs. W. X North' and'' In glS eeU\&i e I Iis

and how there. their son. Billy, spent Thursdayof '
see to get .
last week at Fernandina Beach. :

: L5 ) Wherever you drive in the South I. as guests of their relative Mi i|I
I and Mrs. J. [V. E.aveis of Tal- |
r you're never far from there lassee, Alaban ;and Mr. and i! :! ? car with a curved one.piece

: Mrs Paul Be',i\ ruf' windshield!
r v. -white-and-blue: Standard Oil -r.upster.j
Ga. ,
sign, here you'll find quality I The moth > <,f: t ." o of 1'11' u, i iI ''Qn'car' with so many body, color

I ident died diiinjhe. : : wt riktmlj and upholstery combinations!
products and courteous extra service I ,
I j i Mrs. Mamie: Ti\l.J,,- -' other "If> M I -
'!'A. C. Dowlins!;. (l ii' ''t s at the! Tn i"i ,\\'. car with Center-Fill Fueling*

i ling residence ;-'u! .ti i 'ay ardIi! \ i

': Nancy Williams. r" ?'her "if Eon _ _ _

Williams, died at :Le : :M.n ( !ennPundav \ You
Have your trip routed by I. Sjrropa'hv ;0 est,'7dro'! can pay '-n:" c..S.
: to the bereaved rela'e: U'O', '' ,
MOREtuf _. Dr" I' > c. "
a i Mrs. J M Br alley r. tu-Tir'1 1I
yrS "j I Saturday from Orlando ihi're \
'' Ask your Standard: Oil dealer for a postage-paid!; card I she visited Mr. and Mr. Gerald! you cah'l buy 11\\\ \ ,

?,.rr'i I, which you can mail in to Standard Oil Touring Cox since Thursday. Coming; home BETTER !, -
I. e& 1 Service for free routing of your motor trip to any part with her were Johnnie and Melanie >_

-1 of the United States, Canada or Mexico. In this way Bradley who hat made an extt'nd.I I '
I J jou can a\oid detours-be sure of the best route st 'j ed stay with Mr. and Mrs. Cox. ,. -. ,.-, td
._ I r the time you make your trip Mr. and Mrs W A. Knight had '. .. 11.., ?$/
,\. ,4. ..... ,, /
( I as their I II f1"
guests Thursday Mr. and J; : .' ...,.f'
(S *;. I :Mrs. J. E. McCormick of Glen St >; .;k. ., : / .
....1', .'...,. ...' '.S f ,>-S., ...... j Mary and Saurday Mr and Mrs i 1 i iiR -.f. <7.--, .' '" \t
". .' .<.
: W. Keree and their daughter. ; / .
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r.I "., Eloise. of Lake Worth. ..t. '"V 1.

A a "y /'/ x\: : C, I k d > Little Ben Nelson of Jackson- i j ::1 '''" r <,. ::' ; 0 II I" car with
,, ville ,, }. t.- .J
,o 'yo spent Saturday and Sunday 1.;.... '
,'" : ::-... ." ;: Power-PivotClufth ahd
\ _:".. 1'l ( with his grandmother, Mrs. R W .. '" T ,"/, 'o : .
I :t'

,, ...... '0, f" ,: .j.' !I Mr Brannen and ,)while Irs. Jack Mr. Nelson Brannen, Ben's and (' ::: ', -- 'f"J:' (r :1-1,1 Brake ftdak !

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1 t. f J ', I parents.Ivent to Salt Spring on \, -" \ '"4
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.. ..' -?. I'j Sunday Mr. and Mrs Reese / OhlV.car with {
1 ,. 'S 1. Bradley and their sons Clinton
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,0 .. .," ( .'\ ,'" and Jack Wayne of Jacksonvillewere choice of drive '
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l >. ; i r (. visitors! of Mr. and Mrs

f ,. "" '" t\k; ... .. -1 rIP/ 1' < I Williams and of Mr. and W'I Ohi" with Station fORDOMATIC
--i- ; :; k y .i J mft 19K. \- I J. M. Bradley. I 7 car 3 Wagons OVERDRIVE

; Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger of I

AgentSTANDARD I j' Jacksonville were Saturday supper I A ONLY CAR WITH SUCH A CONVENTIONAL
IJ G. DUNCAN i guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M Brad. J
\i ley. Mrs Seabie Rucker, also of |
and "TEST
Jacksonville came with the 'I j MULTITUDE OF FINE-CAR FEATURES.Come! in DRIVE" it Today!

e Geigers and spent the rest of the
weekend with Mr and Mrs i,
| Bradley j I

OIL COMPANY Mrs. A C Kirkland and her''

children Wayne, A. C., Jr. and ':
Nella of Lawtey were visitors of i iI i iMr Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118

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mssrssssrsrrrsSSrSr r--r-ss Birthday Party Laverne Hodges \ Visitor Honored I : \ also hear that briM '1"ening I i t.rouldn't blow the siren and they !-will be ringing we :
:and groom-to-be. Sharon Hall and were cleaning it out Monday j
i For Smith !' And Carl Edwards .. At Informal Parties I Thelma Huggins. Jimmy Cole
\ I Brad Locke also won miny nice 1 morningbut getting back to the Joan Tenly working now on .-

Has Circus Theme To \Ved June 1 1Mr. 1c ; The home of Mrs. William gifts, among which was a good fire Sunday evening about $600 urdays at Bark.-dale .
supply of Maxwell House tea damage was done to the cabin because Frances
on Kingsley Lake was : p iMrs.-R Pi McLend'
I Mr and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith the scene of a delightful swim- now that school is over the of lack of help the siren State Farm IS helping out at I..

entertained at their home last" ming party and luncheon last parade for the lake begins with wouldn't blow while Mr>. Blair is vacati.rfor
Friday with a circus party in hon- Katie and Xookie Wainwright and The society editor report that a month
Saturday honoring Mrs. O. J. Edwards in Augusta. 1 L
Gladys Mooty or of their son, Jimmy on his Jr., former resident of children moving out last week he should have given credit in sas .

1. ; -eventh birthday. The Smith's I, Starke. who was'isitir.g friends Others will follow in rapid succession last week's May Breakfast story ,, ,
Laws .
Phone 35 Mary !j ,s thi
yard was gaily decorated; with here last week.Swimming to Martha Pellum Mantle DuPre PFC Jel'1'v. :. expected i.o-i .'
fl-nflsr rss_arrsJ. SrSflSfleSflCSflSSSSSSS-e. barners and balloons. Popcornand and sunning on the Pearl Sauls (Mrs. A. F.) was and Wilma McClane for the wonderful

Miss Barbara Jean Houpt Becomes Bride cold drink stands and many pier was enjoyed by the guests: the proud recipient of the lovely job they did in getting up morrow Texas for (15 Sat.i days I from leave bet.A-nc pl'

other attractions made a land of before the luncheon was served in $419 Philco electric cooking rang"giwn the Sadie Hawkins cook book- incase .
Strickland in Beach I II porting to his new base in A
Of Vernice Jr. Daytona merriment for all of Jimmy's first
the dock. at the didn't
I the pavilion on away cooking school you get one there are .
I on our birthday calend.iweek
grade classmates. Gay cin usi I Enjoying the affair with the I in the American Legion Hall Tue still a few left at Leila's .

!i music filled the air. while the chil- hostess and her guests were Mrs. day afternoon sure sorry tc heard via the grapevine that Buck we have Steve Tille\ ,
was 4 on Thursday of last "
Ii i dren squandered their play money Henry Godwin, Mrs. Al K. Carlisle.I hear that fire chief C.V. Picket I iCapt. F. M.I) Williams has beer :
I to fish for luck or to have their Jimmy Smith was T last K-
I Mrs. William Corum. Mis Charles and family are moving to Miami:: transferred from O'Hara Field
fortune told by a bewitching for- \ David Ingram was 7 on Sat i-
: | Devlin and Mrs. Leon Moorer.Mr. June 7th where he has taken Park Ridge, Ill. to Mood Fu>ld.
tune teller Mrs Errol Alvarez.A .. little Bobby White was 3 01 v
I another position understand Valdosta. Ga. for jet flying .
( side show the world 4 day and Billy Dockstader won .
\ : and :Mrs.: AI K Carlisle I, ass't chief D. W. his will him
Carpenter l join as :soon .
largest snake a princess, a largebutterfly. ::.: Tuesday spotted ol)l
: hosts a Thurs-
/ I'hf : I were at fry take Chief Picketfs school .
Howdy Doody, a polar I ,,\.12.,. \....." day evening of last week in honorof place in the is out Green showing off two ben.:
7-- "'" I .
:; : department
bear the Bugs Bunny, held much -.. if you were con :, Glad to see Josephine Johns out fans that <
I I '::.. :: : 4 :Mrs.: O. J. Edwards, Jr. .. Japanese were -ei.
: fU't'dith
interest for all. Much excitement i 't.t.. c. .'t. ., The steaks were fried over the I the erratic blowing of I again after her siege of illness I from Japan from friend -

I was caused when someone noticed I -'. ,.:' $'ilL .' ;.;.. open pit in the back yard wherea I the fire siren Monday morning it right now she is relief clerk at Donnie Hardenbrook .
that the cage for the wild cat served. was due to a bird nest found in the Florida Theatre hear that
J picnic supper was: Well seems to be "i
was empty.Miss Jo Ann Smith and Mrs. Evan W. Hodgesof I the siren tower Sunday Hihia
I Present with the Carlisles and evening Watson haleft Rub' John- now So long seethe \ *
entertained the crowd with a 1 Brooker announce the engage- I when there was a fire out at Pine
beauty shop for her
:. :Mrs: Edwards were Mr and :Mrs home in next .
J 4t sparkling display of baton twirl ment and approaching marriage of Henry Godwin hurst Toun-t Court and they Brooksulie where wedding bell-: C.IJ.h'

ing Laughter was brought about I their daughter. Laveine, to Carl rw'ww. _._ ______..._______
when two large clowns tried to Edwards, son of Mrs. T. ('. Ed T V-TJiT TTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTT
Miss Connie Moss :
imitate -i"s Smith. I wards of Lawtey and the lat I

i,1.'t The table was centeredvith a :Mr: Edwards.The Weds Lt. MooneyIn Jane Parker

beautiful merry-go-round birth- i wedding will take plan':

day cake and two large circus I I Sunday afternoon, June 1 at :A South Carolina : QclLarge

tents which were surrounded with I o'clock in the home of the hi ides A

candy clown favors. Ice cream parents. No invitations art' being E ANGEL F FOOD
was served with cake. sent, but all friends and I't'lat.'es
T of the couple are invited to .t' ''-ncl
: Assisting Jimmy's mother in
I' caring for the children were Mrs.
Carl Hunter, Mrs. Hogan Smith, i: Beta Sigma Phi 4
Mrs Errol Alvarez, :Mrs.: G S.I

Newt.omb.js:: Jo Ann Jack ,on :, Holds Initiation ..4

.. and Mrs Edna Prevail. ': For New Pledges ..4 4
I I I I | M !I M I I'"I J I .4
TEL Class Met The initiation dinner .)f Beta ''EUt 4 4

i Sigma Phi sorority wa held :Monday : Super Right 4
In Church FridayThe evening at the Keystone Inn 4
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I I I followed by the pledge ritual. 4
: T. E. L. Class of the First I The held I J Ready To Eat LB. 4
4I U-shaped dinner table PICNICS 4
11 I Baptist Sunday School met Fii- .I lovely arrangemenls of mixed 39CDressed 4

day afternoon, May 9, in the Sun- summer flowers at intervals :and 4 4
day School room for its regular I .4
at each place setting were Beta
_I monthly business meeting and i Sigma Phi place cards with favors and Drawn <4

social. of a candle in i holder representing : .4

i # The room was attractive with the burning torch signifying LMr 4

.' cut flowers, the long table covered i the sorority insignia The I Fla. Grade A LB. 4 4
: with white linen cloth and cen. ritual table was centered with an FRYERS 49C(1erher 4
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; tered with a large white [oth. arrangement of yellow rosebuds 4
er's cake flanked with bowls of flanked by burning yello'v capeis Ii 4 4
carrying out the sorority ,'oloisI : 4
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I The rushees honored ,
at the din
Mrs. \V. B. Alexander gave the rained Swift Prem. 4
devotions as her theme ner were Marie Colaon. Margaret and Mrs B F Most If : | 4 4
I using I IMcGriff, June Patel. Dot Re.-s. 4 ;r-isviIIe S i .. th : 4
"Biblical Mother and readingpassagis Charlotte Frees and Leone L.. inoun BABY FOOD i T fl A M I! LB. 4
I of Scripture in keeping I Illaillagt. lit 1 t'l'ii' ''laiightt'i C<>r-: : S SS' 4
i Also pieser.t were the director and | me, to Lt. Charles )'Ioont'} son of p. FKILI1Ri' 4
with her The devotion
subject. I 4
3 Jars 29c
1 I !'ponsor.rs.:: W. IS Sewell andi I Mrs Alfiel Mooney of Starke. The I Iwedding : \ 4
? were followed by a tribute to "My _________ \
Mrs. H C __ 4
i and a past took in thP I I ,*eflfl e ,
place P. ,,
Baptist __ _______
Mother"read:: by Mr*. Alma Hough -- --- ----------------- -- -- aa 4
Class Teacher. j member of the local !sorority, Mrs pastoiium in Greenville or. April : l Deodorant 4
O. J. Edwards Jr. 25. 'I Iceberg 4

Miss Barbara Jean Houpt, 'long train, featured a wide panel Mrs. R. A. Thomas Class Pres. : The new members of the sorority Lt Mooney is a graduate of i DIAL i 4 4

daughter of Dr. and Mrs. CalvinJ of lace inserted in the front. The ident, presided over the busine and Mrs. Sewell. Mrs Ritcfc Bradford School and Clem- 4
High 4
I II head
Houpt of Starke, former Day|finger lip'eil of illusion was ses$on. The offering amounted :i and Mrs. Edwards were presentedwith I son College in South Carolina. At Bar r1z4! LETTUCE E (9 15' 4

tor.a Beat residents, and Vernice i caught to a fitted halo outlined I to $8.50. A motion was made corsages of yellow gladioli. present he and his bride are residing j P !| Large 4 4

Whitney Strickland, Jr., son of| with seed pearls. The bride carried and carried to pay $25 into the at Fort Knox, Ky., where Lt : P 4 4

:Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Strickland, !I a cascade; bouquet of white I Church building fund. .. ... 4
1 Garden Club NoticeThe Mooney is stationed. E Large Bar --- ------- --- --- -"----------
were married Sunday at 3:30: p.m. I orchids and stephanotis. Her only During the social hour delicious I.I \ 4 4

in the First Methodist Church. jewelry was a single atiaml of I IVORY SOAP Fresh.i 4
Starke \
ice cream and cake were Garden Club wil I CorrectionThrough ] | 4
Dayton Beach I pearls, a gift from the bridegroom.
:Mis.: L. U. Morgan 4
the hostesses
The candlelight double ring) Miss Mary Alice Hutchinson of I I meet Monday evening at f) 4
and :Mr: }.'. F Flume. error! Joann Smith's for J 4
was performed by Rev. Lakeland was maid of honor for I Ii o'clock in the court room of th! i.j BUTTER BEANS 2 2s25c 4
name was left off of the list of : P .
J. T. Strickland, grandfather of her cousin. Her gown was of 'i qud. Miss EvelynValker of I INithols County Coult House. All members I Primary Workers ir the Methodist > 4 4

the bridegroom, and Lt. Comdr. 0. i| champagne nylon net over taffeta. Fla.liss Carolyn Hamilton and jmispei members ai<, Vacation Bible Sihool June 9 > Personal Bar \ 4 4
bodice fashioned -'----------------'-------------------------
W Houpt, uncle of the bride. j The strapless was :Mrs.: Robert Kennedaid Uiged I to attend t !. t.0 \ 4

The bride, who was given In with a sweetheart r.eckline and Mrs. Harold Lee, the bridegroom's P.P. IVORY SOAP j Fresh Black Eyed 4 4

marriage by her father, wore a the bouffant skirt was of double I sister, were bridesmaids. Then -I 4
Qf candlelight imported net with matching stele and mitts. gowns were aquamarine and wen? P.P. 't 4

,fQwr.Chantilly; lace and nylon net over !I Her flowers were an old fashioned -. ([i fashioned identical to the maid ofi : : L___ __ _J 2 //bs. 25C 4 4 4
P.p. P E A S
taffeta. The fitted bodice had a. bouquet ot pastel Spring: flowers i honor's.I p.P. 4

sweetheart neckline with sleeves and matchlrg champagne netHer 'I I :\115'1: : Jar.et roubl-rley of AM in P.P.P.P. |: For Toujjh:: Job Wahin: 4 4

tapered to a point over the wrists net head piece was decorated l the bridi- was ))1 U CHEER : ... 4
.1 1 Park, cousin of ------ -- --as seee----------------- -
The r.ylon net skirt, ending in a with flowers matching her bouT flower girl and David Strickland. _, __ ___ __ P.I \ 4 1

j I ||cousin of the bridegroom. wa. linG i \ViMt.tand: I line> u.ihad: by i'prallll'tI j it hea r E .1 Flynn : \i Large Box 30c | Sultana 1 4 4

: ---------- :------------- _--- '1 beareI' The flower girl's dresi all at the BUS .Il1nl""S'IIIt'r t > prom is get:iug' alongOK in the Jax. : :---------- -.---.: Ibs. 4

rI 1c:2 i was of aquamarine nylon net over Sat. eunmt May 17. in the USD Xavy hospital! ,tlt. i undergoing an P. RICE I E 3 39c 4

I ,' j taffeta .tyled with sweetheart 'building quamties of Easter operation Uncle Hen'sFLUFFY : 4:4
I r.eckline. short puff sleeves and : RICE 4
.1 I(1 ilies and gladioli were used againsta Ruby Johns reports that the R : : 4
precious [ net mitts She wore Spring flow- background of native ----- --- --,--.--------------------------- 4
greenerto : :
M. Griffins of build
Tampa are
I in her hair. She carried white I
ers decorate the 37c 4s
lounge 28 Oz. Pkg. ;
Hormels Vienna
basket of rose petals. aUdi'l ing a house on Santa Fe Lake
'" torium and placed around 4
I < gift wilt *I 0 I :MiStrickland: was best man dance floor, .tables were arranged. next to her place there -c. ----------1 cans 4 4

1 : ''for his son and ushers were Paul j each centered with small vases of I Ii B. T. Thomas is building a garag' I\ory SAUSAGE S S E 2 37C
I : Strickland. Ronald Dycus, 11..11 i old FLAKES :
!i cut flowers dimmed lights addition to his Thomas Truck: : SOAP
I star-ti"Inetl Lee and Robert Kennedy.The j cast an effective glow over the Terminal on the G'ville highway : \ .4-
decorated with : - -----------------------,--- -
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Beautiful was setting the young ladies were and the Thomases have also boughtthe t Large Box 27c 4

basket of white gladioli, dahlias I charming as usual. in their lovely adjoining' Pine Forrest Tourist .. .\.5esa-a50555-S5 555 S. \: Nutleys[ I 4 4
actors and chrysanthemumsagainst formals. some with their first I'I'I Court on Monday and will be run : 4

a background of palm and i orchids: and their escorts also in by Mrs Thomas's brother and! \ Toilet Soap : eo// & qtr Ih. | ftC 4 4

el'ns. There were seven branch :' formals. made it quite a grownup sister-ni-iaw Mr. and Mi-. Jack : : CAMAY : OLEO 4 4
ELGINS, S andflabra on eachide of the altar -
affair dancing was enjoyedto Hmes the sure have some : \ !i 4
The kneelir.g pillow waof 4
: ; ; .\hite satin. music furnished by the Bf.t I layout tht it- tourist court. i itstaunmt. : 2 bath bars 23c : _____________________ _ 4 4
Bauer Autumn Serenades from Mr\ne station and garage p
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I Mis Ronald Edwards sang. 'II. tht U. of F..haperones for Cpl. G"IJrge'mklcr returned : I Swansons ChickenSpIc''SPAN 4
; "H..auso' aii-l! : :
I.You Truly. Clean
I G.i >cr
the evening were the C. S. PHI tins from Foil Benning.
\ o Perfect Love." To a Wild I. Della Rosenberg. Audrey Newm.i last we,'k where hattended I the lb. can 4
ITrauint'rei", and tiadilionvrdding : 1 i FRICAcaSEE 45' 4
't\\ ... : [ ". march''., were playedV.ts. William Scruggs )\1'. and Mis National I Guard Elctrmiii.thiv': : 4 4 '
\'tP t4'A Larry Gibson and Mr and Mi- I". fOr the past I 1-2 months and i p l4oz.pkg.-24c \ 4
;' ; 'cs'e i 1 J, J. Kelly oigar.ist \
G T. Cowen and credit for making Arthur WinkI returnee! home :' 4 : 4
pjp1t MisHoupt., mother of the bride, -------.SSSSSSSS55 - - - ------------ --- ---- -- -- 4 I
the affair a success is given t" this week from the AlachiwGeneral P 4
? l i '1'-st a dress of beige nylon thif- Johnny Kopelousos and Judy hospial: where he h.'- : : For Dishes Pure Gallon/ 4
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lace with gloves
uid matching
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.. :| -Wi I hoes She wore a pink hat Green and their commilteeOliver b<-eii confined with pneumonia J DREFTLarge LARD 89C 4 4 .
Aspmwall. Billy Weldon, Billy : Mrs. !I'. J. Powell was called t< ij 4
was of purple orhtts ,
0 and her
"C6 corsage
\\St" # < ,' :Mrs.: Strickland the bride- Dodd. Kenneth T>'u':. Jackie Tanner I i j Roseberg. Oregon lat week wher J E: : Box30c : __ _ __ _____________.__.._________ __ 4 4
:: France Hazen Edwini her son, George was sc-riousl. J 4
1 lace Mary ..
\ ___- co gr.H>ms mother wore a gray I \ -----a- --- --seeS \ 4
and Adele Scholl hurt while on timber work there i iundeisland ,
accessories i ; Prevatt
dress with matching !i : : 1 lona :
,,1 ttO and lavender hat. Her corsag., i See Ray Rodda and bride back I a; big limb fell on h.n: j: \ :Soap Powder 4

Q/ was -iNo of purple orthids.v in town after two months in Hart- I and he was unconscious for day I Ii I OXYDOL : Ibs. S4.73 4 4 I

reception at the Palmett), ford. Conn on a combined honeymoon -i -he is in the Community Hospital, | FLOUR 25 4

Club in Daytona followed the cere., and Ray attending the Aetna I..Roseberg. Ore. see Carr Col- j : LargeBox-27c : 4 4
Everett Fuller assisted Insurance school-he works for ley working at S. G Denmark I II |P. \ 4
monrs. ---- .
,p. .s..ees.aae'5S -- - -- ----- --- -- ----sSSSS555SeS- 4
t0000t .. ..LtAj1b by Mrs. Daniel Gold. wa> iI. Wall Insurance Agency.- you know I las credit manager and another : \ \\ ..
----- : :. Bobo PFC Delbert Crews t gotin i man there is Charles Harden I Cleans Creasy Handf 4
\_---- ElfinJOcuWj natural fdJea-t- 5.IIt charge of bride's book. Assisting j jMM. ( new TO/CO/ 4
.Lurd LI fin :i jntvlt UK natural fuU raw IlS.lJt : James Rishell and :Mrs.: ': last Wednesday from Indian i brook a salesman find Dear. i! LAVA SOAP :

1 F.d.< 1oi Idvdsd1tgn : Clement K. Heberle in serving |I Town Gap, Pa. for a 20 day leave J Sewell part-timing in the Sheriff- \ 4

were Miss Betty Conely. :Miss: Fan- i see E. T. Shull. Jr. and wife office while husband, Cecil is convalescing 2 Medium bars 19c
: ; has JevelopeJ a mainspring that eliminates I \ SCRATCH FEED
I (hon Freyermuthlis.; Joyce : moved to Starke from Atlanta Ga. Dean' sister I IDeodorizer
yy': of watch troubles due to carbon Mni main. ''Wmtford. Miss Ann Fraser and I and young Shull is working for Bennett of Mananna is secrtarying -\ P.

tpring failures The Elgin DurarO\\fr Mainspring I Miss Sara Williamson. his dad at the plumbing shop-- in the Conner and Gay Insurance ,, Wick \\ 4

fi>cs a permanency of timekeeping performance :i The table with the three tiered .. incidentally. Ed Shull. Sr. mashed office on Court St see : : 25 Lb. Bag 100 Lb. Bug2bottle69c 4 4

ne\er before postible l in any vatch. See thee I cake, topped with miniature bride his index finger on the right hand'I : :Maryon: and Joe Arnold haw \ 4 4

beautiful new Elgin motltls now and chooseone \land' bridegroom was covered I painfully In a'freak accident the moved the United Plastics from -j $4.17 $ A.59 4

for graduate. It's the perfect gift. with a candlelight satin damask other day all the bones in the the Maruca Bldg. to the Hartmanr. !_ 4
jour I decorated with silver i E ss 14 4
cloth ard finger had to be removed Bldg. on Temple avenue \ I 4
candelabra. The Clubhouse was I F. C. Hollingsworth Harris reports that theBlandir.g PanP'NUT :
Glad to see Ira P. } Peter 4
Other Watches to Choose From in Elgin Bulova
decorated with palms white gladioli has built new 4
I I back on the job after his serious Drive-In a > BUTTER; -------------------------------------- -- -- 4
and Wadsicorth dahlias, asters and chrysan illness Alice Graham re- exit- coming out on the new Bland] 4
( : : Prices in this ad effective th'ti
themums.The turned home from St. Vincent'shospital ing highway Virginia Darby t i i 4
From $19.75 to $300 I E I 12 oz. g ass 37 c j jt Saturday May 31st. 4
bride chose for her traveling ; last Thurs. and is get- has returned to work after a coupleof
outfit an apricot linen dress I i ting along fine sorry to hearI weeks rest from clerking dutiesat ,, ------ ---- ---: Treet. 12 oz can 45c 4 4

GEM JEWELRYED with matching jacket white accessories -I'L. N. Pickering had to undergc husbands grocery and market Peter Pan Beef Stew, Ih en 47c UFFiDlTORE 4 4

and white orchid corsage. an operation in St. Vincent's -said she had double duty lately SALTED P'NUTSj ChopHaml2oz49cDeviled 4

SIMPSON After their return June 9 from I last week he returned while Charley was campaigning I I : t Ham 19c Th Crtat Atlantic and PaclHc Tea Co. 4
their wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. 1.! "hear 1... S. Hutto won I p. Corned Betf 4
home Wed. see Xasworthy Mrs. 31 Entire Contents Copyrlgnt d, 1950 4
Only] Authorized Distributor of Above Watches Strickland will live at Anton,,. going about her duties with her 4th prize, a Coca-Cola cooler and K 7 l-4oz. glass cj HASH, 1 Ib en 39c 4fAAAAAAAA
I 300 East Call St.
In Bradford County. Ala., near Camp Ructcer where the, right arm in a slingsheI I a case of cokes at the annual Navy P. '---I # __ ___ ILAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

I bridegroom is stationed I fell out at the farm and I Day Charity Carnival last Friday I :



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I Mrs S. J. Grady attended :Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. and baby
_44 I '. New BPW Officers Are InstalledPictured Starke, Waldo OES I VVSCS Members
I graduation exercises for her daughter, Katharine Elise will return -

grandson, George Lee. at the Deaf I home from St. Vincent's hospital Honor Grand Matron I L LAt Assigned To CirclesThe

& Blind School in St. Augu"tir.e today.i I

d7&to5 last Thursday. 1 1Ir. i I i and Mrs.: Garl :Mathews are I Banquet Here :Methodist W S. C s

:\ and Mrs. C. E. Shjrock, Jr. .:: in Neptune Beach from Wednes- 4 1. -. t'ke 1 and Waldo chapters Monday: afternoon in the > h'.

and children, and Mr. and Mrs. I II .i day to Friday \'i8ItingIr.: and I .I tern Star held a joint I.f' I.for its! regular monthly bu-"
I John E Walker, Jr., all of Ocala Mrs. Virgil Mathews and Mr and and
___ mi "iiL Monday evening honoring program meeting Mrs K: :
'were Sunday guests of Mr. and I :Mrs. Lowell Mathews. 'I----e I'Matthews .
--- ssSrflfl fl snnnn \\ rand Matron, Grand vice-president pi. -
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'Mrs. George Schaeffer. The occasion -1: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Meyers of I over the
tai c Fred C. Orr are C A. Futch has returned to his 1 was a birthday dinner hon- .
Mr. and Mrs. i Jacksonville the weekend rl1 I The
Jacksonville hos- spent 11 l esburg on her off u-ial meeting was opened ',1
home here from Mr. Walker.Mr. .
their oring
at place
spending some time Mrs. Joe Wilson cottage or Mrs ,
at the MMI 'V chapters. Preceding I prayer by \\ E. Mid.ll! '
JacksonvUle. pital, but will not be able to return .. and Mrs. Edison:: Paulk and
803 Ashford St., sanitarian to work for everal weeks! 1 family of Jacksonville were Sat- ,; Kingsley: Lake.Raymond 'n. m. M.g a banquet for the 125\\ Routine business was tran-i. \t.
Trawick county .
Saturday Howe. Jr. arrived m mr i was held in the Methin and Life Membership pins ,I.
a ten-day vacation Babyhi( k% $9 (per hundred urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I
is spending ,
J home Wednefday from Bob Jones si < i I anon hall presented to Mr. L. A Pavi.V
to Galveston. Tex- at sistrunUs.Mrs. Dave Paulk and family. I I
on a trip I ,' University. Greenville, S. C tc ; \\ ,to': i L. matron Sister Elva i E. K. Perrunan and Mrs I
ard .hildrelispent Mrs. Rkhard St. John
will return June 2 Pearl Colson Mr- and
as. He I the weekend with hI:- par St. \ nt and Worthy patron. L. A.I Green and
weekend in Newport 1 of Jacksonville and V. S. St. Johnof spend an honorary h.1 h.
who last ,
Miss Madeline Crosby. aho\t at repent 8l'\\ installation rerenIohiIare left to H. .:
: Howe. Sr. and :Mis i" .it the! Waldo chapter presided tificate ,
Raymond was
ents. presented to Br
teaches in Lordsburg, N. M.. is I, News, Va. Mrs. Col-Qil's! nephew, Archer were home for the right: immediate lat officers June Ur.\\ 1I1t.(". president Ihelma Dinkins ,\.r the opening and closing of'I' Jean :
the vacation |Ie. F. Boyp- Deck \eOman on the weekend. I j Marion: Howe.SI'ECIAL Mitchell the young d.tIl':

spending with her mother summer, Mrs. A. L USS United States whose tome is Mrs. L. B. Moorer and daughter.Lee I, June I, to June 15th. urst \ l't" president ; Mi hired Sapp. -rmnil \\president\ I lalsoelerte.l >te Chapter. Worthy matron. |' of Rev. and Mrs. T. G. Mitt ,.

here and other relatives in France was aboard *nip thereALVAREZ' Nell. spent the weekend in | Cotton blankets ua>hod 4 for the n "\\ president IIf the Hint ; recording seeretarv Mellia :Sist'iEvelyn Wise and Brother An impressive pledge ".

Crosby. Port St. Joe visiting their hus- 'SI.OO:; or 35r each. Blankets I>r) 1'artin; f'orTf''IInllin' secreiarj Madge Middleton; Mai)on \niold.treasurer. Pan Harley. as worthy patron of II I was conducted by Mrs. H I > .

band and father. a radio operatorfor Cleaned 30f ea<.h. Plasticand New officers installed in addition to :Mrs. xapp \\,-r.- (I to r.) Starke chapter presided over the Adams, the outgoing ti-ei-i'." .

Men's Clothing Eli the Merchant Marine whose Cedar Storage IVag J available. Mildred DII) It". first \ice president ; Pat I-Jmbe. .t.ulltl tice president: initiatory work. and Mrs. Lloyd Faber the i', .\

I STORE Established 1894 I ship was in port for two days. STARKE nRCI.E..\XEKS &. Desta H ai > The Worthy Grand Matron was treasurer for the .
) rt"'unlin1"'I't: tar) ; (he-.ie H\ ri'k corresponding ;roduced, escorted to the East coming y< !

Mrs. Jack Underhill and :Mrs LAl'MiKY. 28J. !of>('rt>tar '; .M.irjon Arnold treasurer; Margaret: Miller, auditor. and given grand honors. Past This was closed with a deli Ic..r ."
Paulk ksonville j; Sheriff P. D. Reddish and son.
Dave were in
Grand officers were introduced service at the altar and pi

Monday Dolph. drove to Tampa Sunday tc A beautiful and impies-sive installation Petersburg was verj interesting and seated in East were Sister Rev. Mitchell the pastor.

SPECIAL June I. to June 15th. bring back Cecil Sewell from thr service was held in thei Mrs. Pansy Quigley of ths Uerna Brice and Sister Charlotte I The two afternoon circle !. t

I Cotton blankets washed 4 for hospital where he underwent a leg i Kingsley Lake home of Mis.i Green Cove Spring BPW Club Perry Past Grand Ma men Mi-);. J. H. Ritch and Mi- \

( / R1AO( or 35c each. Blankets Drj' operation last week. Mr Sewell i! Pauline Torode on :May IP! was also a guest on this occasion trons. Brother Vincent Brice and I Wood drew names for them

Cleaned .504each.. 1'lastie and will be confined to ted for twr for the 19:>2-53 officers of the and she and Mrs. Patterson were Brother E. W. Gams Past Grand I spective circles which are .t- .

('.'Ilar Storage Hag aailable.STAHKK \n eks convalescing. Starke Business and Professiona'Woman's presented gifts of remembrance. Patron1Sister Pearl Clark. lows:

E I Washer IJKY CLEANEKS & Mr: and Mrs.: T. S. Belew returned Club. Mrs. Dorothy New officers of the club art Grand Instructress, District 8,I Circle 2 Mrs. J. II. Ritch > t tMrs.
I.AI'NDKY.: 1'h. 28-J.
A E. to their home in WaterlooLa. i I Patterson of St. Augustine. Dis president. Mildred S tpp.: 1st vice was introduced and seated in the M. R. Judd, Mrs. C. T \\ '
; Mr and Mrs. W. H. Nollman
S I NEW, BIG, FULL Saturday. .::\lr". Belew hay i i trict 3-4 chairman, conducted the president. Mildred Doyle: 2nd East. Other grand officers and I Mrs. J. II. Fields, Mrs.1: illerlong.
the weekend St. Simon'sIsland.
spent at
.Y 2-lB. CAPACITY 999 Ga. visiting Mrs. Nollman'ssister. been visiting the H. C. Broadwayfor i j' service andjead the charge tc vice-president. Pat Lambe: le past grand officers were i0tro- Mrs. C. H. QUick v.

a month and Mr. Belew came each new officer who lit her i-am- cording secretary Chessie De\- duced and given a hearty wel-i i Bern S. Johns Mr T. J CT;!
T :Mis. T. W. Oliver I
ACTIVATOR WASHING of last week tc bow-colored candle to form Arnold come |I
E ; Mrs Shellie Hall and :Mrs M C. Wednesday alI rick ; treasurer Maryon ; Miss Annie Darb Miss Kl >

r I ADJUSTABLE: ;ERR Wells were in Jaeksonvile! 'fues- spend the remainder of the week. I arch for Service. and auditor Margaret M.ll i The Worth' Grar.d Matron madt Wood, Mrs. I. P. Shepherd \" '

1-YEAR WRITTEN Mrs Broadway and Mr and Mrs ;i A delicious covered dish supper Pictures were taken ot" the entire an inspiring talk on the subjectof Daisy Ferryman, Mrs. C.i r ,

M : WARRANTY day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. E. Bil ebnu. and Belew spent last Friday in St !', was served buffet style by group and of the incoming her motto. "To Have an Undemanding 'I I Long. Mr. A. F. Sauls Mi-: \

S children, Gary and Linda, and 1 Augustine. J, hostesses, Pauline Torode, Thelma and outgoing officers. A paM Heart." A beautiful -! bert Lee. Mrs A. D. MartinI> !

Model AW-061 :Mrs Ewell Lawson and son. Jimmy :Mrs: Wa>ne Sargent of Fort Dinkins and Elizabeth Xoegel. President's: pin was presented te I'ourtesyVas presented to the ]I; E. K. Perryman. Mrs \\
: Grand Matron A drill team carrying -
spent Saturday in Jacksonville Jackson. SC spent last week Reining president June Brown.I June Brownlee. :( North. Mrs. J. B. Cottreli! \1'
sheaves formed a heart in
i, with her father C. J. Powell. Lt.. I lee held a short business p:
Mr and Mrs. E. F. Miles were Wayne Sargent was here for the, 'I during which the group voted tc'' be Maryon Arnold, June Brownlee ,I barns, Mrs. Olin White. Sr v

Phone29: Slarte, in Vienna, Ga. Sunday attending weekend. donate $25 to the Cancer Fund and Adelaide ('rowson. Committee gifts from each chapter C. E. Hernwall Miss Olive H''II i
G. J. McGRIFF I were presented by the associate .
West Call St. Florida L the Baptist homecoming I SPKCIAL June I, to June 15th,. ''Mrs. l'atterson.poited that the chairmen will be appointed at matron of each chapter. ;..Mrs. Noble White and Mrs r.ui
Mrs. W. H. Blair and Mrs. Amy .ISiarke exhibit at the that time Ritch.
1 Cotton blan'k.'tsa..hNI 4 foi groups ie- and! program assignments Three candidates were initiatedinto

Coburn are visiting relatives in SI.OO or S5: <- each. Blankets Ir>.1 1 cent Stat I ,, ','IIt.1, > in St '! the order. They were Mrs. | Circle 3Irs.. A. Wood i !II'

Augusta. Kas. for four weeks. ':'Cleaned ;30- eaih. Plt..tir and I I Eva R. Gentry and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Struth. Mrs. Ceoi I! ..
Mrs. Vi'la Webb and children
j'Russell. Fancher. :Mi-
Cedar Storage Bags a\ailnhl K. M Sargent. i Mrs. P. D.
Ruby anti Fred of Gainesville WMU CirclesTo
: STARKE DRY CLEANERS & Register-Phillips A yellow and white color L. A. Jackson, Mrs. Eston Jordan

BLANDING DRIVE-IN visited the Mrs.weekend.: Irene Mangenellcover LArXHRY. Ph. 28-J. Meet Tuesday scheme wag carried out in the i i Mrs. Eula Whigham. :Mrs I. s

i Hutio. Mrs. Shelhe hail Mrs J I
Mr. and Mrs T. G. Carter and
Baby' chicks $9 humlml saturday -
per j "Phi .1.I of the WMU''1 the Mrs. W. F. Godwin
.1 I: s Baptist After meeting punch F. McComb.
Dedicated To : \I s Are at Sistnmks.Mr ; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pond of Provt .
THEATRE \\''ii' ,I". t 'next Tuesday at the cookies were served from a beautifully -> Mrs. Henrietta Hunt Mr'.1 (
Community letter ard Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, (lence pent Sunday visiting C J .
? 'MI' n."imes.: appointed table. Hobbs. Mrs. W. H. Nollman. M > -
Sere and the weekend in Powell and :Mrs J. H. Fields and I
Than Ever family spent __ ., .
MARTIN THEATRE 1 t"t'le.lrs..
A I '' 111: Epperson 1' Bertha Pearce. Mrs. J. W \i.
Orlando visiting Mrs. Newcomb's;: : family. r ,i
: ___ i I' I ih.:" ..in.is! leader will meet drews. Mrs. S. T. Benton \I
Box Office Opens 7:15 P.M. Show Starts 8:00 P.M. mother. Mrs. H. P. :Moye and also. I Mrs O F. Dyal and daughtei & t \ > I IK. Clark at 3 o'clock Mary Lee ConwayTo Ethel Lowell. Mrs. E. S Matt h. ,I'

( : visiting :Mr. Newcomb's parents. :Mary: Black and son. Owen Jr ot 1' Fowler 1I'I'1t'lr: Become Bride IAdkins.
OPEN EVERY NIGHT RAIN OR FAIR -\ > Mrs. D. E. Knight Mis \
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Newcomb in .
Jacksonville and :Mr. and Mrs I '.
tI< < leader will meet with

Fri., Sat. ) ay'30, 31 i Mon., Tues. -June .2, 3 Orb Vista. Jack Alvarez and daug-h1; i ,I' V I \1- I >.i i\\ ling. Sr. at 3 o'clock Of W. 0. Collins, Jr.Mr Mrs. L. D. Gre.Mrs < )II'>

,, I I _ W. H. Nollman Wednesday F. C. Hollingsworth.
W--I II left Perry \\'('re'eekend guests of t M II, I i Darby circle Mis W \1 ,
and Mrs E. F. of Lewis, Mrs. O L. Ha\ne--
for business California Conway
a trip n< k .
and Mrs A. L. Alvarez \ .1.- Iadetwill meet withi ,
ANDREWS and Montana.Mr. Starke announce the engagementand Kate Struth and Mrs W. B I'
Mrs.: Olin White. Jr. and -on 1 I I' Flume with Mrs. I). W
and Mrs. Albert Lee spf-nt approaching marriage of their
V i- i hostess: at 3 o'clock
CARLA BA11N4/I3/ last week vacationing in Lakeland. Bobby and Mrs Olin White, Sr I II daughter. Mary Lee to William O Billy DockstaderHas
P i. l'llrj Alderman circle, Mn.
relatives in Jacksonville
WINCHESTER Ga. and they spent the weekendin Collins. Jr., son of Rev. and MrJW -. i
CLAUDE R4NS] Clearwater visiting Mr. and ::Monda. The occasion beingBobby's i: H\nn leader will meet with i O CollIns. also of Starke. Birthday Part
1 \II'L A "anova at 3 lI'do'k.Tht' .
third birthday aninver'sary -'
:Mr. Casey Worthington. Helen Masters circle, with f The marriage will take place on Mrs. Wilma Dockstadti "
Mr and Mrs. B. T. TiiomaF Wednesday Jure 4. at 8 p.m. ini ,
Mrs. F. B. Beard leadei. will meet '
I tained at lovely birthd.u u
"Vacationith" ;; Pla.\" visited L. N. Pickering in St. Vincent's Baibara Biggs spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Paul Bridgesat i i the Airpark Baptist Church. No Tuesday afternoon a for h. i ,

.. ('artlllln hospital! Sunday afternoon.Mr. in Gainenlleith her aunt 2:30: o'clock with Mrs Jack ''invitations are being sent but all who celebrai.nn
r was
: Pickering who vnder\ent an :Miss: Sue Biggs at the U. of F. I "' .4 Parker as hostess. friends and relatives are invited.i i Billy, .
ninth anniversaryThe
Hey. Cartoon MUS. L. 1). YIXIXC; operation last week, leturned home Miss Augusta Snodgrass- the The Doris Knight .-irclevill I' ,i baseball theme was IM I I '
Mr. and :Mrs. Byron Register of '
on Wednesday. University: of Alabama arrive meet Thursday evening at 7:30'Annual UDC Picnic out in the invitations, favots ''c. '
Farms engagement
MRS. H. S. BURDET'FE'cd., Thur. June, 5 Mr and Mrs. Edwaid Burns today for an indefinite visit with Penney and announce approaching mar o'clock In the educational building : Set \Vednesday decorations The invitation .MM 1 ,

returned home Saturday after her brother-in-law and sister Mr. with the following hostesses: Myr- made in the shape of a >>iov
of their Joan Mc- I
Sun., June 1 ONLY WARNER BROS spending two weeks in Dallas. and :Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. image ti.-e Dennis ar.d Patsy Silcox. baseball glove and the uiniii!,, |, '
The W T Week's Chapter,
Earl Leslie
Lendon, to Phillips. ,
Piuimi'lut Texas visiting relatives. The business Women Circle baseball half -tu t -
I Ijrt us do j'o.ir summer Mashdresses son of Mr and :Mrs. O .1. Phil D C. will meet at the simmer favors were
Mr and :Mrs. Donald Kelly and will meet Monday evening.:. June The birthd:'u MI-
in drops
U( .>(le each. Careful aftrn- home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins next : gum
of Tam lips of Lawtey. 9, in the educational building at the theme'i.'! '
sons. Ronnie and Gregory. :, tion to !buttons and finishing. Wednesday 'morning at 11 o'clock also carried out
pa spent last week with :Mr. and Sr.XKKK: IMJV CLKAXI'KS: & The wedding will take place ,,8 o'clock with the following hostesses -. I was a square cake iced III > '

:Mrs Alton Dobbs. ,L.\rxiiv.'. ph.' 2 -.'oGoorge Sunday. June 1. in the first Baptist !|I : Mrs Willie :Mae Denton," !' for their annuaj pit'nit. and all day for the field and white ,t--, .

:Mrs. Ovid Lewis and (daughter I Church of Lawtey. All Mrs Marian Howe. Mrs. Fred J., { meeting. I diamond and the 9 can,lies tm I I'
of Baltimore
Emily Ann and Gwjnn. returned Alderman I friends of the couple are invited. I IWlum and Mrs. Calvin Johns Following the covered dish players.
:\1 1. his j
< is visiting grandmother.
Sunday from Tchulla. :Missher" Mrs. G W. Alderman and :Mr am1 I luncheon a historic program will I Movies were taken f th. ;1''.> '
"Jcrrj's DmMn" Cartoiit Plus J.atj l Lust Mutt h,..." ( .irtiM>n :Mrs! Lewis was called t'o'l'ek... Mrs. L. A. Canova and Mr and Miss Houpt Honored'At Altar Society be given commemorating Jefferson -, during the aftemO',' an 1 ?.,1 i '
> 1 L.i '
with 1
were played t
the sudden illness of her |
IF YOU FIX)) voru NAME COXCKALKD: ix THE; UIAXDIXGDISIVE ago father.by The Lewises were home Mrs. T. Alderman and families Series Of Parties St. Edward's Altar Society wit]I : Davis' birthda.y.VCTU j i Linda Hildebran I Km I I nv I I-1'. ,

IX Oil FIXKI1 TIIKTlns CIT1); OUT .AXI PKE-: the early part of the week from Mrs F. G. Hutchinson and I hold its last meeting before adjourning 'and Jeanne Pollet .' nur:,_ '
In Beach I
SENT IT TO BOX OFFICE Hut nat: TICKETS their temporary residence in Tam- daughter Mrs. Dorothy Dixon of Daytona i for the summer, on Taes: ;| \ Notice 1 prizes.

: Tampa were Sunday guests of i': day evening at S o'clock. in th a I I i Seventeen friends i B', '
so they could vote Tuesday. I
pa Miss Barbaia
Mrs Hutchinson's soninIaand ( Houpt popular Parish Hall All mem hers anI J. i, The W.CT.U will have its i jpd him celebrate the O<" : E. had
Mr and Mrs. J. Hardy bl'ld.'led"ilS Modith several!
daughter Mr. and lr5. N S I I urged to attend. regular business program and j Assisting Mrs Dockst.i'!>
A- Sunday gUt"olS.Ir.! :: and Mix:
THEATRE Prenuptial Daytona .'
Dankel I partiein caring for her son's gin
II II f ) \\" Barry of Brooker and Mr. Beach recently. social meeting in the Tabernacle I
I Mrs. J. E.. Hildebran. II' I '
STARKE and ;Mis. H. D. Lynn and Mr: and Halt)' i'hit Ks S3 per hundred Sat- : Junior Club Notice Annex today ( Friday* at 3o'clock ..
-. On Thursday afternoon of last Lawson and Mrs ML <
:MiJohnny Wade of Dade City. I urday at : .i..trulllIi \'.
week Mrs. Richard Hough ion en
Dedicated To Community Service Mis Bertha Fuller left Saturday Ii :Mrs J. M Snodgrass returned i tertained at lovely bridal shower. A religious: program in charge ---- --
"Monies to her a ; of Barbara Mitchell will be the .
Are Better Than E\er" home in Scottsboro Ala i i
Mo to visit her sister.
"tr Joplm from 2:30: to 4 ::30 o'clock at her
: i Monday after three weeks' ( theme for the June meeting of
visit ,
Mis Grace Poplin, who was IrsFuller's
Sat.. May :31 ONLY Sun., :Mon. June 1. :2 } guest the past month, and I'' with her on-m-Iaw and daughter home in Daytona Beach for Misf. the Junior Woman's Club. to beheld

DOUBLE FEATURE ."' ._ _. < .il-,, visit her mother in Ja>'. Okl.t1l' <*.' ,Mr. and Mr-. A. J. Thomas Jr Houpt. MrHouhton her! / 'r'elhl'was assisted I Monday even.ng at 8 o'clock it's an A1EflZCRN ATEM Tj
1 by mother j Hostesses for the evening are
John David Snodgrass returned
be until!
: to
expect- gone
f HUMPHREY : j Montgomery I June Btownlee, chairman. :Mar-
home In Scottsboro aftera
\ '."I Saturday
rnrntOOJm! { Attractive arrangements, of pink gaiet Sciuggs Mural Gardner
) ) \\'t'ek's'isit with the Thomases..
t BOGART Mrs. Susan : Vi.llow and blue seasonal flower. Jane Trawick. Beth Si i kMnd: and
Andrews and
1 in20thCenfury-Fox's son .. rained I out the color St.'hem.'. :Sat; 'a Williams.
ROBERTS mil/ dauete.-iii-law.! : : Mr. and Mrs.
"t I I I ,1 !Mrs. Vickers HonoreeAt
m : .1 1 L. .\'j'II' ,itt"nded the grad- The :2rt guests indiKlf-.l tinhonorul

__ Deadline JEWELRY .t'.on exerei e.. i : Mrs Andrews' I ghost t. !rhe Wl\','- of VdY't"II. Stork Shower

I ndsfii. Scotty Anlin'last .' cl"1 t"I'', anti Mis Cahir

AND : irsdn( I''pmngat -he: Williston Hc'v!; t. )in i"th'r.i of thO' bi ,..leto.beand Mr. J. :M Vu\ k'rs W.H: tiholioted ,
1 U: \\ (all
fst St .
:M"V \\ .
USA :S'h I M.I Str.ikland. i.1 other at 11 :
.. : Mr and Mrs] J. L. sfiie-t 'lclif.-httii

rom Friendlyc'lel'll \ r.j lii'\- tl'tlll1ll'lto\ their homo ir of the hi! iii.! uroom elect stork shower gl\"<-ri T'li' '<-dat$ f'-
I i ,. j
EEBARRYMOREKIMHUN1ER ht11I.::) T,':rui. m Sunday alter -- Ring in the ri'i nation io'':n ,'t! tnt

., t-: .v 'k \ -i,': hen Thin"-d.\ iveniiig of luh- \\et-k, Haptist church Ho-U-s.-e-: I:n
'' t.aI 'AUL STEIIIART ; ,
I.* I us do our ...umm.'r'a..b Miss! Houpt was honored at i1 affair -.\',,! (. MiX S Iwnktl, :Mrs )

V + 4 dr......,... al)0( ,. I' u'h. Careful' attention miscellaneous shower given by thNu Tail Hunter Mrs W. T I'-.dl
I'hiI'iinch and Judo" Cartoon t.. I'littmis and flni..hing.srRKK Phi Mu sorority. thi> junior and Mrs Mike SheppardA I

"i uis 1tbbL ire *. LrLtHIIt and ",ttf..t \e /i : DRY (LEAXERS: : & affiliate of Beta Sigma Phi sorori pink an'l blue color "d..m.. '
an.I \\ s
"Kit Carson" serial I. XI NDRX. Ph. 28-J. ty. The affair took place at the, was < cried out in the de<'orations .
M'c:hu1t'-; Burley and ?Mrs home of Mrs. A. B. Doughty in and refreshments On I h.- piano

MRS. 0. 0. WEBB (;J. MILLER: jRob-n Tuirti ..f (Columbia. S. C. Daytona Beach. who was assistedby was placed a large arrangi'men' for Weddings .
I of mixed summer flowers dll.1 i the
spit,: fmin Wedne-day to Monday her daughter. Kathryn.

4 Big Days Tues., Wed., Thur., Fri. June 36II'II'II''tL .' .n :M' and MrsJ. Lyle An- White gladioli and other brida''I table with holding a white the gifts linen was cloth overlaid and

., ,,, ''- dei-! 'I.. .J I' and! Mr and Mrs. An- flowers were attractively arranged I
+pr$ ., ....,,,",-',' !:!! +', ,,;' __ ;;'S, ;Ar,; "," centered with a pink stork carry.ing L for
,,' deistin. Sr. throughout the home for the oc- a baby dressed in blue. A Birthdays .

:Miss Sue Bgg of the Nniversi y ca-ion.! The unique centerpieceon lovely arrangement of blue stok-

This is the C V ""!1 Florida will spend the summern the refreshment table was a, sia was placed at one side of the

; St. Augustine staying with miniature three-tiered wedding: display table. The refreshment

sultry slave girl .but what it does for Col and Mrs. O W. Griffin and cake. topped with a tiny bride ant!I table was overlaid with a beautiful rfor Anniversaries ,

t: who died in the embrace table I working there. groom. White streamers hung:, lare cloth and held a center
your from the chandelier to the corners arrangement of shasta daisies in
I of the Master she loved :i Mrs L. E. Miner of New
: JUNE ROSE. A pattern as fretti) end of the table.Attending. a pink glass va*. The favors that
I Smyrna Beach is houseor '
p r romantic at iti name regally bcr. were given to the 19 guests w'.re
: her cousin C. J. Powell while the party were mem-
dared with geld in Syracuie't
blue made in the
PAUL SEVERE thepe Blend in cry :MrPowell im Roseberg, Ore br' of the sorority and the Mothers shapeof -
a diaper and held
QjJoVADIS: letting -and meeti the test cf higK- ,\ th their son George who war of the bride and groom. .tiny pirkmints

V e>l quality china hold a plate toth ,
strii'iis-lv' hurt while on a timber -- |
light and see the thcdow of your Many appropriate games were'
hand job, there Mr?. Everett Fuller of Daytona
through it.
:j Let us d.i jour ummer wahI Beach was hostess at a lovely) : played i duringthe evening with ,

I I drevM-s a( ;50c each. Careful attention coffee party Saturday, May 10," Mrs. Ned Yancey. Mrs. J. M (" never, never

I to buttons an.l finishing from 11 to 12:30 o'clock honoringMiss :i! Vickers and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran : to break'

11 I STARKE DRY C'LEAXKRS: X Houpt at the Palmetto Glut: winning the prize". ': -1 57150 $4500a

LrXDRPh., 28-J. in Daytona. Following the games a blue-iced j UL |

told ln/l l Mrs R E. Tanner of Baldwir Mrs David Gold and Mrs, lADY riCIN ( IGIN DClUXt lOVElTHCIN
'eclcOlOlq I Ii'sc pent laj-t Friday and cake and three-layer brick iet-I( 19 ,..tii i i UC KOI 7 ieotl POE net I 17...... [vtMXMdorot
Harold Lee presided at the coffee
90 d filed COM ,roi gold filled coie it dot DcM4 ..y,.
___ oJ cream were served to the guests. .
her s.ster. Mrs. J. H. Fields table. 1 ,lh fgi c'fiigl. witk, ..bi.< lugi mi l'pem (" oc-fl
i .
MATINEE Friends and relatives of J. W. j All: pr.cts include federo! Ten
; p The guest! of honor was presented :
Adults 75c Children 23c Eddy of Waldo are glad that hiz with a Hamilton Beach mix- St. Mark's Auxiliary i i

.i condition is much improved following -'
NIGHT a serious operation in master from her hostess. I The regular monthly meeting of ROBERTS JEWELRY

it: Adults 1.00 Children 25c Alachua General Hospital. He Thirty-five guests enjoyed the' St Mark's Auxiliary will be held.
\ 143 West Call St.
will return home from the hos. affair including the mothers cl J' | Monday afternoon, June 2. at 3

I pital in the near future. the brde and bndegroom-to-be. o'clock in the Parish House Your Friendly Jeuelerr




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-TTTYTTTTTTTTTTTYYTYTYTTYTTTTTTTTYTTYTTTYTTTTTT ; tank type and takes up a lot of:! ioned white corn. We haven't any I scorches it. If we can get it I Dated this 12th day (.f May i95.tOFFICIAL i; quired to serve' a copy of your I II taken as l'onfe'Hd'y you

'space. By moving the heater out I idea how well the white corn will growing, we plan to dust regulsr-II Clerk SEAL of the) Circuit A J Thomas('{.urt swer on the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the lion. 'I, This notice shall nc i
once week
f..r four
FARMER'S of the kitchen Alice will have i r do around here but planted it because ly to try to control Insects.I Py Myrtle T. tanr. Deputy Clerk. Frank Landrum. Starke i weeks in the Bradfr.'d Coo c M .-
j ;; tQ1t66 and file the original in the office graph.
more working space. I many people still prefer it S S the
Clerk of the Circuit Ceurt on Pated this Tjh .1.! (.f MaxOFFICIAL.
5' j to the Golden Bantam. Just at a critical time the NOT1CK' TO irrEAK: ef..ie the 9th day of June. ( SEAL).y A. J

DIARY ] Alice is laid She light line which In Circuit (ort. Urndford. CoHBlr.Klnridn otherwise the alterations of Clerk of the Clrcu!
up. hurt her I powers our water : In Chanrrry.Kffie Complaint will be taken as conf Py Myrtle T. Dearer Df'J'wfi
shin about a month ago and didn'tI i We're always trying one fool pump fell down and had to be Ixiui e John "n. Plaintiff \ '. i ed by you -
( y J..hti..n. fl. mlunt This notice shall be I
By Sam McGarvcy I take care of it. Now she has tc thing after another, and this timeit replaced. Got some cypress p, les. t'a.e N.. !'M :'' m-e each week for four ('lln'III --

I .4 off her feet was replanting and hope that this time ,,,.tI.l .. To \ppe".. week in the PTadford County Circuit\OTICE TO .4P1'EItIn ,
stay completely but skips in our it lasts To Conrt. Bradford 1111'
The author will be glad to re4 : F..ankVall..y Johnson, w 1111. ere.idetur graph.
i Sam's mother has come to the rescue field corn with the tractor. We more than a few years. i'.. I'nknown, P.II..I} Mi t 7th day of May 19j I'lorMa: In IbanrervMax '
cei\e items of Interest Jacobs
concernIng r :untiff, \
I had the tractor I SI You are hereby notified that a OFFICIAL PR.XL) A 3.
she .
set ,
as always does in for planting Jacobs Di-t\'ni
an up i t
: the activities of farmers in 4] [I suit for Divorce has been filed Clerk of the C'rcutt' .
Bradford County. Suggestions emergency. She is a busy woman I sweet corn so after we finishedwe While putting it up ?am got I against you in the above named By Myrtle T Deaver Depntv : :Nn11e T. Cas'' :
I Court and cause and you are requlred -' 5. 9 4t .' I i 'l'1H'Dr.
: be left at the Telegraph office or 4 : Bringing up a houseful of kids simply changed the gear and the stepladder and got up on the ;, to serve a copy of your answer To: y..tta Jal'\I.' whol't' .:

mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lautey, has earned her a rest at 71 year the corn plate put some field corr brooder house roof. He saw Comfort or pleading to the complaint on the :OTirE TO APPEAR and /ldllrt'II': 3: E n: J '
4 :'Plaintiff's Attornev, Earn H. Poug- In Circuit Court, Bradford ('.unt itroni New T'rk.
44J ; of age, but she says that she seed in the planter and then replanted -, around but paid no attention I..-. :'(15 I,>nch Huildmg. Jao'k..on- Fl*tiilnt In Chancery. i'I I I You lit ,' h.r f., :

thinks you are held accountable wherever we had any bad ,] to her. Not until he tried to get I \ille. Flor.da.: and file the r.ripm.tl. :M.irt'e: St.uifil! I-.I'1.I'Io.-l 11.! ri suit for 'i. h. ,
AAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAkAAAAAAAkLAAAAhuAAAL | in the offioe of the ("It-rk ..f the .'1. \ ,.. \\.IIIlm 1'.u k.'t 1'\II1\1h..lI. against v. 0\ '
-------- 1 for the time you waste. If you skips. It is possible to do thi \ off the roof did he discover that ''nut Court (.fl or before the K th d.i' fen.l.Mit u Ca-r Xo. : Court a-.I \.1' .)

When we first came to Bradford and so were not too much hurt have time, that is worth thinking using the hydraulic! lift on the I the black devil had knocks the of June. 19.M-! otherwise. the all>-.;<>- >..tl... To ,t|>p*... QUlrt'd tll 'I I''. I, .'f5wer .
of other areas. 1 tiii i- of aid Complaint will I... Liken To William i I I I'a.r (' .. or t''i .
County we were told by many by the competition about. Maybe a good soun.! tractor. -tep ladder over, leaving Sam high .fonfe.ssed by you. i I lull"-I I ,' result in f I i- "'...1.11.n.. I.n tl1l' "I."nl t"r! ,.

good farmers that your safest But now we have to get busy for I;! philosophy helps to keep gray II I and dry on the roof. SeeniS a': - i Is' I Frank and file I.anorl111 tle!, L a 'he P.
i once each week for four consecutive .
money crop is berries. This is a next year's crop. hair away because Mom ha< none. We finally got ten pounds of I animals go around all day long. weeks in the Bradford County TeleI'.it.d '1 smi Tennessee. ,I, the ('lirk' .t C If "
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uneliy notff'ed that : '
are ; 0' 1.\' :h" I'
poor year to try to prove that j! I S ; Valencia peanuts planted. We'll I Ii just se.ing wiit trouble they can graph ". suit for Divorce hav l.een "lh.W., ... 1'' 'n
aroundour this 14th day of May. !I'I :! against in the above .
when many berry growers have Woods hogs still roam ; The fir-t! tomatoes are ripe. I i wait until they get up t uf i they. causeTTTTTTVTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTT. (K'FFICIAL. SEAL) A J. Thomas. > Court and you cause and you are nam. 1 !1la! \\ : i en ,.

barely made their cost or even I farm occasionally. The other There won't be any bumper crop ever do) and then we'll run rightI ,,, Clerk of the Circuit Court. '''1 I quired. to "f'ra ropy of v.ur f. -Thi!led I by n..U.you...> shl1( b. I" .
ry Myrtle) T. rea\rr. Deputy Clerk *\ -er "r pleaili'ip I ti> Ihe r..m\l'unf I ,
lost money. ;Nevertheless, we are day we saw two of them eyeing a because some of the plants have I smack over them with the rotary .". 16 4t tIn > i" the Plaintiff'M ..1 n. V. /.!. h i .r t'ah: WI' k for fur: '.cot" -
I of beans we had out ,11, 'iil, ',..-, I I. 'i', ,i Iol'| l xx.. k. 1" the l'.r.If- 41 1 1p 'I
more than ever convinced of j hamper green ; suffered from too-close cultiva. hoe and see how good a job it \ n. ,: im i f" >.
thP.1 'I he Irrufl Court Of The 1:1",1,10", -\j.: I F'.. .' i .1" i 1. "I : '. .
advice that was given us. in front of our Roadside Market. tion and from dryness. We think does of cultivation. Hope we geta BRANCHBy Jmlii-inl ('Irrn It Of Klurlila. In \lid a! '', eb. : .' .. .' : ', i ,:i' P. "-1'1.,. x '
I' them there for display li>r llrnilforil Count In I luin- 1"1 \ i \ Ai
the cold and wet weathert worms We had put | some fertilizer right now that we crop of peanuts' as we are "nuts" } ,, "
wanted tc <'er. ,'.t\ I I" I I' \ q ., '. '.
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berries someone '
and red spiders thrown in, in case getting showers help about them. Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .
are may pro t I I" i I.t.'i'ITT!' ,\i,n F.irh.rt 1 I' ." t I ;., I 4
have sold well and given us the buy a hamper for canning or 1 long the crop. i f, ii C.OTII -. \ ". i ,
% : TO UMMKM) MIOWci .t --n -
best return for our cost and our freezing. Anyhow, Alice spied the ;1 S 'utest sight around our plarrthese Sunda1"11001 "I: -
at the Mis
labor. We have sold retail only hogs just as they were about tc After the long pell of dry days is Scarey's three kit on' 'I 1'1.1 :" 1.11' ..f FI'.lld.I '" I 1.1: ,, I Iki I TRANSFER AND
tent waa Kieat sucies There r xilins-I -ult .
and asked a customer r in. i- lJ" \K \ 'I i ii
help, themselves i weather we are getting some tens. One is black one sandy 31 il, tn Ih,- unkni'xvn i'li. r I i R1ALYAREZ&SON STORAGE ('0.
Were present at the first
1 i sen-
to hand them over the rain and it is really wt'lcome."e colored. and the other is grey and '{11I'11n.> Ann 1'arkri n!.in'"> ', i1 l .i. ilIn 1
ice. The tent was all '
I overflowing at prrsin liiim i i i.
fence. I had made beds in the black. .
some They and
up scamper any right t''T' im i.-t t i 1.1
the 'in i .t t '
I SAt j Sunday night service. :Monday : .
I Kitchen Garden several weeks j have a fine time and so far have iin Inif A < I I' u .kt r l I.x i '. ..-
is finished I night the tent was full. There und r f-it III. r .IHI I...'h ? ,
last our home ago but could not plant for lack j stayed away from Leo the cat I 1 !I'.irk. *' 'I\ -.i. il IIIhTI'I I ', : 4 \\ it (operate ICM'alJt
i were as manon the outside acI R. B AlURU &'So*
still ;
that is, the outside. There are : of moisture. We also have a few i hater. I ide. MI III i'hi IdI !- ; lr"'LI j long dl'tant'
I' on the in Rev. Strickland I Yuii .nil I H .f ,. '
be done inside, but .. .. .. .1 i i \1 i \
things to MOVING '
in the fields where we anoh'rf' In r.
I long rows I delivered not ifiu' ''t l !I. it -xx. > II i I.. ")
will be. The I the evening message and 10 .,. I-S
guess there always plan to plant some field peas and Soon after our home \va< rp.I Sing" til-, ,nl.'HI." n i l 1' .In ; .' -
:, Rev. Edward Harvey the morning. I'lti h' r. 1111'.1 i fulil v '
conS '
i is a
new kitchen porch: great butter beans. I finished Leo got loose and went :: Max" I ] ..'._' :'I'i .1' '. ..1 : FKILEM:
venience. In the first place, itj I I crazy chasing the cats. They wentunder More interest has been shown than Court', ..n.l\ in--'. 'iinl\ \ i i .' i I, i/
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we hoped for in wildest : ( ''i
the whole house i our > 'i t i 11 V T' i.iiu; i! .1
helps to keep When we went to the bank the I .. '
on house. Leo after them. dreams At the iII''t ,i'i fli. i irin.t '. Hi t ..: l I'' nifurd i- qOItfit;
cooler. Alice says that after cook I Sunday evening CI.UMU' Kl'.nil.i. .. .
business we were delighted to receive and in so doing busted a shingle I iiM'l' n x .1 .'
ing in the hot kitchen a meal out' service we had visitor from Jacksonville. 1 Jim* :2'! l'!':..', ..n.J'l T It'n ;.u, I."! J- VtSee I LI T1 F.:..
a present from Mr. Sewell i from our That's the worst ,
} porch j 'i hint i tii- xx In -.1 nl I"t. i, -- .1.1Ii.
I II .
on that cool porch is a pleasure. in the form of a jar of pickled tomatoes ;, part of asbestos shingle.. they dcj Highland. Black Pond '-1 1.., pi.Hi, ,. il. nlhi i \t -i -
built onto the :Middkburg: and several others. p.,tn>n.s ..f -in h |I" .t ,'I u u .. Agents For -
We had a
place i
I and a jar of strawberryjam. '; break easily. tak.-n .t' <-of. S... .1 1 t.x x '" i
ON 7W SuBJfCT OP {SOLUTIONS I back of our home to put the hot ] After tasting them we say'i j Mr. and Mrs. William DuPre of I This Xotii. to ,\ii)" .u t .mil. I S.: ..u DELCHEKBROS.
which is the round i iI Jacksonville of Can>-fhall !'<' |'il.lii-hfil us first!
water heater, spent part the day _
I that he is cook!! I A while
time would be a good I II a doggone good ago we had a look at nrxt four rnnsroiitue wftklx' ;>-.iS -
ANY for I the fine clover that Dave ShuforJ with their niece. Mrs. Richard of Bradford (Cmintv ,.J"J.i.i .i|,,li .' -
-right -- -
now. ex I I II Land and attended church at the duly qualified n. xx .-".lJrl'r| i'lIloIl'-li' d I -
;ample.It: [ One of the many mistakes w I had on his place. Seems he used in said County,

would be well to resolve I PHONE 218 j. have made in farming has been in L' some of the phosphate rock tent Sunday evening.. Witness my hand and ..(fi...ul s, tll
this :May 1:1.: US:!. at :stark.Fli i.l.t
now-today-to begin a careful trying to do too many things- I (which was spilled out in the railS :Mr.: and Mrs. Lacy Fields and (OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thnin.i-

study of your insurance needs COLONIALFLORIST trying i to do a little of this and i ti road! wreck near Lawtpyi' and it son, Donnie Ray of Fayetteville. ,', Clerk Bradford of (Circuit Cr.urt ..f

not merely guess that you have : a little of that has resulted ir\\t helped the clover. N. C. and Mrs. Herbert Ayers HolliR V. KniKht, Starke Cnuntv,,Florida Flurida ;

enough insurance. Perhaps you I getting very little done as a ie-. I better known as Mildred Fields Attorney for l'etltlont"rsIli, 4t C !fiSTOTICK / : H

have recently acquired more I suit Now when we get an)r, Well we're digging potatoes! are spending the week with Mom I -TO Arrmn 4 .S "A I

I !furniture, jewelry a fur coat or i j i blight ideas on new projects. WE. '. now. and at the price they are we and Dad Strickland. They planto In Florida Circuit; In (Chancrrj-'our.. Ilmdfurd. County I

a CAmera-are they adequately dismiss them quickly on the basis:'just about count them as we dig, go to Zephyihills to see their Erhard Richard NVuh 'rt, Plain' iff.

insured) Have you increasedthe I FLOWERS i I i that we are not doing now whal tj'em.t; We planted only one bag, sister Mr'. Walter Lang. We had v!'. Irma Nt-ub rt, I>< fondant

fire insurance on your home I I!I needs to be done. And if someon rand, so we won't have a very big not met the daughter-in-law or \ To ,'pprar. Case No 'l 1.Motlce rL\ W\\ .

and household property to allow i FOR ALL OCCASIONS j j else says to usThy: don't yot:11 I yield, but if nothing goes wrongwe'll 'I grandson until Sunday night after T>: Irma XI 111., '-' xli-1, r. \
for higher replacement costs) d.n. :'mil! .ul,l' --T'I i.Kn' xxYi .
'try to raise some turkeys ?", foi p' get a lot more out of themt church when they came up the "i i an- h"'I,1 t .1 P :. !

The simplest and best way to< 1 example, we just say "We'll gel tnan we expected. Some while age 1 I front gate and blew the car horn flit f., ,T' I \ ,I..1 r ,inp.i } *
check real insurance 'r. \ i ,. .I i ,
up on your I them take them!'' there floor under I We were not expecting them sc n >
H if'ou'll" care of was a potatc i I C\-: ..'!11; ,iu > .r. .
needs is to visit this and ) ,
let us go over requirementswith agency ( i I, S S S prices now there is a ceiling pricee this was another surprise visit 1

We your ;l We have noticed that the prici it make you wonder if we alle I There seems to be quite a bit
you. are always at
service. ;' of feeder pigs is rising. WI wouldn't hI-' better off if the of sickness in our part of the I-
1I i I heard that our good neighbor Mai c Government would quit fooling county. Every few days Mi

i POTTERY ; Griffis got $26 for his white pigs;1. around with prices.' It works finec Maxwell has to take a child 01 AHENTIONIf

H. C. Wall! AgencyConstant Guess we'll be loading our fin in theory, but not so good. ir I two home from school becau

POTTED PLANTS ( litter of eight red pigs and see i actual practice. thy are too sick to stay in class You Have

Service Over ''we can't beat Mac. S SOur II Several adults seem to be having 1

FLOWERS WIRED S new Red hens have drop. trouble as well as the children. FINE OR CYPRESS

50 Years- ANYWHERE \\' gave the "go ahead" igna il ped their new egg production and '
| MIIII r. in ntiin: IOH-
Please Phone 1-16 Nor.a St Starke for the sale of trees in .our wood I-I we don't think much of the lied I| All ..i ,-(lit..r- ...f the Estate of J, T'I!, TIMBER TO SELL

lot. We are not selling them al!. hens. A lot of them are broody. I Roberts, daf-.-<'1, arc hereby nnt The Smile of Lass
fud and required to file any claims ; Large or Small Tracts a
Starke, Fla. but are just having the wood F and now the next thing we knowg I I or demands whkh they may have 'II

thinned out. We think that doin, the fool thing- will go into a molt. against aid Estate in the office i i
There is nothinMH.l'ter than the
Ire All \i-i
of the Oiritv Judge of Bradford | Buy : eager,
so will help the remaining tree? Guess we'll go back to raising County. Florida, in the courthouse vacious, smile of the 'teen age lass. Let UN

and also give us moro grass fo''r' White Holland chickens. \, at .il.lrk.II.rilla.. within eight
:I iialendar months from the date tf PAY TOP PRICES preserve it for you in one of our life-like por-
'" our ('ws. the first publication of this Nollcl''Ea'h traits. In deft that
our hands. sweet smile will
I SB'tter Planted a row of foliage I j claim or demand must be in O
{ writing and must ttate the placof < > he a priceless! pov>c- ion of the future.
late than never" seem turnips L in the Kitchen Garden.it r. >-i 1in<'e and pu-t.offhaddro'-'

I I ti. be our motto. We have meant and hoped there was enough mois-- ''of I the hum.Hit I ; and must I lie >\\i-ti. H'nVc or Call
I to hv (In i l.titiwint. his agent, "r li.s 8x10 3.00
I x" some cucumbers ever sinew e ture at the time Then it rauvil ttl"i I n\
x ,. been here, but never gr>It hard so <>ues< the seed has been ,ni rtniK: 'to I 1.*'w..M. SIX 3 x 5's 5.00
I.,>' J :. r .J B. THOMAS
around to it. Anyhow Sam final!v washed out. Always something toi 1."la''K Kolif, rt".
: Administratrix. ,,( th.< >':."' t tof
plant'-d a row of M.-MI.! very d'- driVe, you < razy. .
J I'. llol.. ri-. !I.. t. --. .l LUMBER CO. Chris. J. Newbern StudioS
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1\ i II\ ,i h *. \\\, h4\e 1 ( < \ I .ilhl elllt'llt or.: PHONE 211 1 J

I thr rotary hoe. as we still do not Clrfuit NOTICE(.ecu 10. llrndrordrintidat ArrKuIn font I P. O. Km 735: ;

\ .1 I !speak'' .. ,' .1 h : :!I' knnw' enough' about I"rlldng-I. I- i .ilil Ami.In i-rK'n..mrT.I'l.nn''f. \ ', STARKE, rI.m .:\. Wed. H I'. "! v ::!(n) !I'M: -: Sat. !ftM! V: :::01'( \l I

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Church of God8th !livered one day '
woim\ & St. Clair SLa city dads have l been' experimenting of edible C"I nand leaves the husk. '': jUke into your blackberry pie and s Pier fine way they turned <>'.'
trying to learn to: operate It. Ladies you can fix a mess of! cutting a tiny bit of the peel mtc
polls and for
Sunday School it'a.m.. their ord!
I Improvements along some of the corn to cream in one-fourth the' it. It does wonders! REXFUOE EXPRESSES: courteous
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m
II graded streets indicate that someone time it takes the old way with a i Next week an excellent plain tANKS -L. L. Rent
I Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. roe
Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m i has met with a measure of knife. The potato peeler clips it'I'! cake recipe from Mrs. M. S. Hayesof I wish County Commi--
1 success in the new undei taking. just right and then how quick to Gainesville. Tastes; and look to express my sincere appreciation District Two.
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.rnI I to the clerks I
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders, of like ole time and in-
I flip it over and scrape out the \ an pound cake.
Palatka sp'"." ors .1: he poU!! i"1 th-> NothS'ark1 --
I his The
accompanied by par past two Saturdays I have
Starke Baptist VBS Vacation School Church of Christ creamy corn' Try it once! You'llnever !
I ents, Mr. and Mrs O. J. Andt'rs' taken; my school children on trips pr' ir' t :r b"'h Rr.--! nrnmmOOh: f'to..

Begins MondayFirst Begins June 9 !I Corner 10th and McMahun 'and. their son, Billy, spent tht use a knife again. The fii-1 tip was to St Augu a1,1 c ,.' : !I' i-;'" !" I oirritain 1 IVnith a I"H"' fur

Bible School weekend in Raleigh. N. r. An., .her helpful him n. vMM < iu, ami Marine Studios Tn.-u! ( .
At MethodistFinal -10 A. M : t' i : 4: > P"n 11... t. ',111110". O' ,>
Baptist Church of Starke I Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:30: Rev. and Mrs T. C William-\ blackberries are in so plentiful last Saturday w' w "iu to FTH .IHS" r ... fiird tour' I 'j!,
era phc
will have Vacation Bible School for the Vacation P.M. and children and Mr an! Mis
plans .
beginning Monday June 2, at 2 I,'Church School to be held in the [. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Elmer Glover all of Palatk were ,_ : _- ,.: : :::.' .- .:: ; '':___ -- -, -- '.'_,-_ '-.'- -'_- = __ :_- :_o'j: :
a.m. A fully graded School will ,,, First Methodist; Church of Starkc. each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. guests of the C. P. Crrwi :'umly -

open :Monday morning with Mrs June 5-20, were made at a plan. Everyone: welcome.Presbyterian I Ii on Friday of last week i :: : : '-: '
Wilma McClane Intermediate Mr. and Mr, Perry Div aye :
of workers on Wed
Supt.; Mrs. Ruth Haines, Junior i iSupt i ning nesday. The School will be held Church :i visiting relatives in Savann .h .a. -u-a'n't--t'y--
.i TAR
; Mrs. Arlene, Harding Linin Primary .I between the hours of 9 to 11 each I Sunday School at 9:43.: : i Misses Lou and Ada Edwardand LIN G Q- ;

Supt.; Mrs Linnie : week day June 9-20 for children'I Friendship Class 10 a,m. I I the Rex Mixonall of .Tai'k
will alsc '
Beginner Supt. There I
between the ages of 4 and 12. I 1 Morning service conducted at.. sonxille were dinner gusts of Mrs

be the new added Department for A consecration service for all I,I! 11 a.m. I i r W. H. Edwards Wedne. da: e\ e

3-year-olds and a nursery for workers in the school will bt i i i Youth Fellowship Sunday evening -1|i I I ring of last week.

babies as needed. The School will ''conducted by Rev. Thomas G.1| at 7 p.m. i Mr. and Mrs.. J. B. Dye m F" GROCERY & MARKET Rights
I .
feature Bible Study and Character i I
Mitchell. Sunday morning, June I Lauderdale were visiting her ::4
Handwork will be '
stories. a project ther A. M. Blanchard the ; "I\
I, at 11 o'clock.'Methodist I St. Edward's Catholic !
of each Department and refreshments last week.

will be served daily. Rev. Richard Lyons, pastor I .
I I Mr. and Mrs Walter VMI \<'s> ReSelYedTIIF.5E1'ItICF.S1A0llIRL
As space allows children of Starke '! Church i Sunday Mass: at 9:15: a. m. and daughter. Shirley oi i lie( Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Starke Fla.

and the county are invited to at ': Weekly Mass, at 8: a. m. nando were visiting Dr ann M' ,
The First Methodist Church of ( \\ U.\ .
tend this two-week school. Confessions Saturday 7:30: to 1 t 1' 'I \ It
T. Walters Tuesday
invites tc ,I
i Starke cordially you
1 | 8:30: P.M. week.
i attend services of worship on .
j Children's Catechism Classes <
: --'" .
Baptist Church"I June 1. Church School begins at i, Wednesday, 4:0: P.M. Crews Sunday family guest included of t t1-I K- .> ant J u ..'t'..,_ ,-." -, -,' --- __ _- '__ __ -_ _:,-'_-:- h'r- : _-_

9:45: with a class for every age
Am Crucified" will be the 1 Mrs. A C. Flynn and I hid. md
of'': group. Rev Thomas G. Mitchell I ST. :MARK'S EPISCOPALFriday 1 .
message! by Rev. Haines. pastor }Ir. and Mrs. Louise < II LargeWith
will preach Sunday morning at
the First Baptist Church of Jacksonville and Mi I i I"1

I! Starke this: Sunday morning at 11' the 11 o'clock Church"on. Members"The Birthday of the of-of 7:30: p. m. Litany and Louie Crews of StarkiI C

o'clock. The Church Choir will Intercessions Rev. Fred Yerkes I Miss Arthurine Blarn' :-ui, t "nd
sing "When I Survey the Wondrous !' the ficial WSCS board, theVesleyan and the officers Service Sunday June 1-9:45 a. m. Sunday Mrs. Neil Housley of I i I'' i ''le SS.OO 1 4

Cross" and the Carol Guild, and the MYF will be School. 11 a, m. Holy Com ;, were visiting Miss Fi1: Ian

Choir will sing "Footsteps of consecrated at the morning service. munion. Rev. A. L. Feudei 'on of i chard during the we,.ki 1:" 'I i \II''

Jesus Both choirs under the The Lord's Supper will bt ficiating. ; and Mr'' Cecil Atkin"'IIl'1'11'' < Purchaselarge

direction of Mrs Mona Canova served. I i were also guests ot han!
Hampton Christian Church
with Miss Julia Lawson organist. i (I chards on Sunday
8 Chaplain
Sunday evening at p. m.
Sunday evening during the Happy Doctor and Mrs. W 'P V\ "
-ervices week
L. A. Shepherd will preachin Regular every as
Hour the Chapel Choir will whe follows 'and Mr. and Mrs. Ft t n; i- t '
absence of the pastor
under the direction of Miss I 'attended the '!., '.' "' ,::'" --= :: .' -,- _"':- _- : : ': -- =' : .
sing has been invited to preach the I Bible school. 10:00: a. m. commem ', --- : Jt,0 :r..; __._ ,_ : : 2f:! __" :' .: '-< > :
Aliese Lawson with the piano- for the Morning Worship Begins at vises of the Heilbron-i! >t\\
leading the singing of Baccalaureate Monday evening, size tI'r.rut''IT
Organ-duo | [
1 graduating class of the Macclenny a. m.Communion

favorite hymns: and gospel choruses. wIll- ,!:' be furnished for the evening serv- services every I Mrs. II. C. Wainwriflr; : u r r1T \ BISOUICK 44C ) No. 2 Ca n
The High School. Special music will Lord's Day 11:15. : L. Wainwright wen' hi.- < JUICE 8C'IE
be the "Is There Hope? j ,
by pastor ,
ice by the Youth Choir. Morning Message 11:30.: visitors to Jacksonville 11'ed i 't t.
Sunday School meets at 9:45: ( On Wednesday evenings at P Christian Endeavor 7:00: pj m. 1 of last week.

with Orie Wiggins superintendent, I 8:00 i i Rev. H. T. .,. :\ \
p m. a study of the Letters of St. Evangelistic Message : p.m. Foley of Wtl[ :" -

departments and classes for all at' Paul is being conducted by the Wednesday night prayer meet ;{ a caller at the Methods I'n, Oldtime Pure Black ea.

ages Training, Unions gather directing' pastor. Everyone i cordially invited ing and Bible s-tudy. 'age Thursday of last w.-k SAUSAGE 31/2C PEPPER 41C

6:45: with J T. Lawson to attend.Christian We are studing in the 7th Chapter
thru each
the activities in trainng of Acts of the Apostles, The

Union. public is cordially invited to at The .
And ,
Times -
Mid-week service Wednesday Church j tend all services.John :t-: ,. : 7:15 with the pastorin I 'Of New River FolksBy
evening at : G. Children M nucleiTHKKKSSA
charge and bringing, the mes There is always a welcome at i i Blackeye or
Vacation Bible School be. the friendly church in the heartof JesMe I>e I.szenby
sage. :

gins for ages Monday 3 thru morning 16 with at 9 a o'clock large town.was the Bible largest school for last a Sunday long- I CHRISTIAN: Clll'IK II O F. Tomlinson ,'' S'-K. Crowders C

time. Let us keep it growing by \'I..ilingFrank L. and h'n:' Lou
staff of teachers.A A fine crowd was present foi : CORN29C
cordial invitation is extendedto our presence each Sunday. I I the Thursday evening evangelist i this week. Mrs Tuinliii-.n.! ), 10

all to attend and worship at Bible school begins at 10 a m. services last week. Let us make it Riverside Hospital t -t "" a
these services at the First Baptist Morning Worship at 11 a.m. The !i i a much larger one this week by tion. She is expected l limn., ," nt s
I (i week. Emma ,
Church of Starke. Lord's Supper is served at 11:15':: '' our presence. Don't fail to attend ]! Lou -ei\ i .1 'I'
+': Polls this week, also: r' ;,, 'I' K-n\'
message' with
a.m. and the morning ; and bring someone you i i iI LB

. \VOOULA\\ .MISSIONARYKA1T1ST will be brought at 11:30.::: I I This is your opportunity to selV\: I Fronie Moody eiij
('IU'Rt11Sen'ices services begin at 7 and to know the truth of God. j, from her children ot -*' 1 I' "N I
p.m. |
burg and'em -lIt' ,n,il A ... .
church having regular ma -
The is -
Sunday 11 a. m. and with Christian Endeavor. E\'an'l j each Tuesday Moody of Lakeland. .'. ::.. ,_ .:._ := ._ Ie-_ -:,. .: --,--' _,_,- .: -. ': --- : > '
weekly prayer meeting -: : :+ : ,
School 10 a. m.; geli Wilbur
7:30 p. m Sunday S AU services begin j| and Joan Till II'" and

Song and Praise service Wed nes'l i r'Sunday Baptismal?!" was held at the lake j, at 8 at p.m. p.m.This gives all an opportunity : daughters are living; t' II.id SOAP Lifebuoy, 3 bars 19C 'lb.
m (Roan Turner's BOLOGNA
day : p. to attend. j I place K d. out 39C
to have Bro. Remember Wednesday evening
1 We were pleased Homer Swindall. Minister i; Phyla are still !itayinga' 1"11tnd
I and Mrs. Donald Wilkerson visit- J a' S pm. is Prayer meeting bring j, Martha's home in Lak.' Butte,

ing us for the past two Sundays. ( your Bibles and let us study together I'KXTFXTOSTAL: : IItUNESS: i Wilbur is now employed l it I Humphreys country pork Ib /

Donald is in the armed forces and I the 10th chapter of II I CIICRCII | SAUSAGE 49C RAISINSHI/-- box

stationed in Columbus. He is the Corinthians. I Sunday School 10 a.m. A very Johns of Tun,,:" i \A- 19C
,! Swindall, MiniteiAt |
Wilker- Homer
son of Mr and Mrs Morning Service 11 a.m. ., visiting Lefric and A-:; -itii

son of the Woodlawn: section. I Evening Service 7:30: p.m. i last week.

Mrs., \ Fuquay mother of Mrs.L The TabernacleThe Prayer Meetings Wednesda ,, Zella Rouse came up : ;.PI Good Sliced lb. Green Cut C
I 47C
W. Page visiting her sister night 7:45; : p.m. Saturday nigh j'I i pa to vote While h"'i > ". v BEANS per can 11

who is ill in Mouticello. We muss : Youth Meeting Saturday I| 7:45 p.m.Cilt'I'II. |. visiting with Mr. and M II K 'ilpi

her from the services and hope I night was prepared and conducted |! Johns in Lake Butler I',1.', .,

her sister is improved. ,i by Pfc and Mrs. Elmer L. John! OF JEM'S (IIKIST stood that she plan, t.. I' "> Colored lb.

Little Hilda Crews was away !; and was well received. Bible que- j OF ATTKK DAY SAINTS i I 011- nlaand daunhttf: *' OLEO 19C CATSUP 14 I oz. 19C

Sunday: because: of sickness. Let j jUN i lions were featured and those Masonic Temple Call Street. Doyle 'Crews and .I I,., i k -it!

pray that she will be able tc ,i. answering correctly were giver | Sunday School every Sunday grandson Doyle Ji

come out next Lord's Day. j I I11m' balloons A new piano team furnished morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Serv The "fleet" didn't '. .
I .. ,_. .. ,
; -- --- -
special music and accompanied -i I ices 6:30) p m A cordial. invitation uek Just the "Re 11 \ >, t .- -- -. ,' -. ,- --.;.;;.-- .-=>.-,"i___- _-.<
.: ritnu'itHOMKCOMIM the h\mns. is extended to all. Joe Lazenby. His bu.t i < '.
; Bible Studywas Lewis 6 Botl. Ctn. Dixie Lily
" The Tuesday night graduated the "' >" "

will be conducted by Pfc Johns and I fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTnLAWTEY and got a nine dar lei' '. ""nc' .' C
The annual Homecoming .''W. B. McKinney had charge of spending it at his hoiWe're ;."
held at Hope Baptist Church \ C
the music. expecting the : 1 RICE
Theressa, on Sunday: COCA COLA
Tabernacle will weekend tho'. J"f
There will be Sunday School and One of the group 7 44
L. II. I'ut ch&AAAA.u..uc.u..u.
preaching in the morning. Dinner attend the Childien's Bible MisSion Thursday. Lewis I i- -- > >

at Polk City June Jacksonville for a '.
at Camp
will be served on the grounds Long Grain
16-22 I .loe's fate remains i"> t I.>. PUS I deposit
On Fnday night Ma16. :after Gertrude Moore of1 j
The Bradford-Unuln S'tigui; Mrs \It:1: Grady has returned
COll't'ntion111 be pieser. am1' irIn1\ i V.r! with i'.'litHeand\ the members Junior High :chool play the has been visiting "t'l: !.r..,'" 42 OZ. PKG.
Eighth GraM
here has returne i 'mi'"M
will haveha n 'ne ,0"1'111'1'11' '>": i' 1. tli'' M.i\| '
g' ntei :tamed with! a party in the
AubreyWM I, < ;II" .
services li.'ine>' of Mis A. II Harlev honor- '
) -JIi: : 0, '.,,:,; the :Ninth Grade class About l noTh..' 1 '!, !1! 11 i"" : --: ...----- -.., -,: : ,. : .--:' '.- ,.' : ',P ,- ,_- _. : i, ;:-. -_:; -.- ,NLT.: .. :: -:- ,. "[
'_, "" i, f.4-_- H-'- in th.'k:;It'' ," g-
"' __, .' __. : "'" \ent\-ftve'e people were present
earTh: \1\\,, :\1"gathl'"o for 'jC ri RE I uFftLVINEGAR
: this occasion. Both
enjoy in-
t d! ,' JElLO 3
WeRev. Ild"r i and outdoor games w ere 'n : C
CHURCH quart
FIRST BAPTIST { t 101. t', I".
|'ii\ed At the close of the ev<>- 19GRITS I

!fling.! refreshments of home mati. Xan1: '" 1" '" _
_____, ------------------ .... JIll Imm I )
I .
poison !
\ t'k
iake and punch were Nerved! Mi \ '
Lewis 1), Haines, Pastor Joe Sailing! ),IrE: :M Bk-uut.* In P";;e..i!' I' 'h:., i"fIhmg' lb. bag Gulf
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town 5 quart
Jefferson 41C
:Mrs H Wainwnght.. and Mrs. trip a 1'' 'Pt: SPRAY 39C

PHONES: Office 231: Pa:;torium 130: .1. \\' Hicks assisted MiHarlcy S''e: vats IL, ,'f'. ,"" _' j
I II II" 1- N--N. in chapeioMiig and Diving the tf her '11 t: I.! M"t t '

:Morning Service "I Am Crucified" gue:>ts. Llzenh Th" ..11"I,I [ for

Lav--te pupils in c'in 11011' ,. a!" Ibs. C DOG FOOD 3
Evening Service hIs There hope'flfl : taking part SQUASHOW 25C
the annual spring piano rectal! TI ey'rl'1 I IL i he.Mr .\! 3 19
--n-- under dIrection of Mrs. W. H. !: H.I r t r I. lit i L, ;
SEKMONS 11 :00 A :M.. 8:00: P.M.: .
Edwards were Mary Julia hutch spent lroud i \' 'h F. 11
Sunday School 9 : t t)1.: .-Training Unions 6:1: P.M.: David 1 Kelley Wendell Kelley al II pll k.\\ -: 7e: I jar lb.
MI1MVEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:13: t: P.M. ft JEllY l'b. 17C bag
: Miry Ann Wells, Jackie Ilailevr 1 :rug MEAL 5 35C

PASTOR ntue\ Hark Gayle Moore, Danti t Flo'd 1\"I": :.. md H ifi.4d i iL
'". 111\ mng Terry went t" ',. bull! I '-- -- -
r. U iiI and Maxine Jones. A numot Oak rt't'I'nCI ," I (',t! .. -- : :, : .- ,-- -: -,'. :' --.i

,. <' mend and parents fro. t:''flt'h. Thl'I' \ ,
.. a\lt.
*-. ,ere were al-o in at' '1..: tI: R nl, h ,1.1" i ,uri : .

1 I in Thursday ni t.t"I'1 )k,; em-'h.'i 1/2
t'I'' > -
: 'a'nd''COWARDS" Mi I and Mrs. L. II. '"-atrn: enter, :'* B--ahr ,' r Krdint. : I I' EGGS C C.

"HEROES i ned with .1 party for th- ;;tom \ :\: S.r ;

!h. r<:: of tie ,.i.\entln': : I v: ;hftje.s ,' t.., \,I ?' 3 9 BLEACH

.: > of tlu: HeilbroKit Elcnit it d.l\ '. I' ,rf,; .

Will he the topic of the "a-tor' : Sermon ",' yio !:1'>'i \ iiii.ii_ '. i'i i i.4.1 S.i'i;! N DOZ.
: t\-d ,\ enyci'Mnp
i; tmev .
I 'd' \ .r' 'i t1w : QTS.
".:\1. Don't miss it': ,
: Sunday Night at s :' .id: the n.-s ax v ,nnln;; : to

'oaeh :. "\uh )11''fU' : I
"r h I I-
j First Baptist Church, Hampton to Write Jo\\n "The Silber 1': ,' 'ul hnt! .'r ,,1,I.

1 I E\\:I ", i 1', Tre fin '". !1t'usew't": i 1'p' .... .> .' - ., ,c. ,
| BOB CRAY.; Pastor wh!>n th- \ ,der re.l these a"'' cTn> -h. J ':" ick., : "' -'''I.i""';_'r. --_ ii-;--.__.'_--'Z..it: _- _'_ '-.-- '- "d' -" ', -. "Sj-.tit: ; '_ .'o'6> .l .--o -. .. .il:;""..".. "-----"" .,'''-' ''-:_-____

I others tried i. u..ss'bJ it:d i ..
A.M. Don Hill Superintendent running \\.itt"' nil r.
Itible School 10 -- .
what After the i ; mcittresh" ''vegetable b: I.* b.; .', j r.,

1J.T.U. 7 P.M.: Otto Hick*. Sr., Director ments of thicken salad. cracker:? silks just 'A -: of: ', LrMr 'lb. DRINKS each
1 oC
and punch were served. Mrs;i. t washed ears Then.! : BEANS 5CFLOUR

-Hour of Prayer [Praise and Power Wed. S P.M.f I.- Flitch was assisted in ser'ingb;tr ,i I simp 1=; ,':,' ;iota ;

f Mrs II. D. Sterling and Mrs Scut; and .N, .. .; thethe H .I"
I ----- --- Johnnie Cowart of Hel'\rnnn. 1.ur. ,:' ai.-i / Hi Up Swifts Pure Ib.t .

i "IF rOt lOMEONCE YOU'LL COME AGAIN" At the last meeting of the C.i: ,y the ;?::'iiK-r: t. .'. -rd- ',', F 25'bs. 51'09 LARD 16C

i arranrid ,
officials '
.. -- t'i'nnedthe\ y"uh\ ;>: i it
I --.N t'ureha-Ne a Gatooo Grading )1.! ,i-L p.-it i: .. < ":' . -- '
.. _. _-. __ _- _!! ,, III '> ':.ne: Since the 1Uacb. t: WAS d(*- and scrape. Scrap '; _, :,' '_-' '_ -_ : _- : :-.'- = -_'_,- -_ -. ,:- -: < : : sr-= -=- -=-, -. = _,::"':.; : .::.--: :,:_:.;.- ..tFRIDAY


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I'HlIHY, )L\\ '{:I ,g. }'

Many From Here I I BAE; Charley Jerome Johns 'Quo Vadis'At r iii i ''.'uil (''urt II ra
0 BSBA.; Eva Janette Jones. RAE; I :orulii : In 4'b n<-rr>. n Plat 11k 2 page 4, T'-iL! ,
To Get Degrees .I, Donald Henry Parker MA: Melba _. .1, ,I I i-:: I'.., \ ,;I!la.It. .' '! tho if I'.r.ulforfl Coni'\ Fi 't .-
Florida .
i : -.
: }
At UniversityNine i Sweatt Partm. MED: ; Alfred S : b 4---. N;.. :. : T-! :May ;,th. I1:.:: I WANT: TO
;I v "n I I.,
PhD Alfred Earl Futch \pprar. Tlie
Reid r. Hoard
| ; : : : of Countv C.mlI1i""ion..r" -
Next WeekSeldom : k H. _
I 1.1.. i r-i-: of liradford;
Starkites will receive de "u '
candidates for degrees 'tI Lkir \ PyM.: O HAKKEU
"f ,
grees in the annual commencement if ever in the history >' ; '

exercises at the University I I from this vicinity are: motion pictures has a story been >. ..)..I: .'It. "'4 I ,. .. : ; .'. u M 1..,fil.d' a i Chairman. 5 3 4t : .::0 Your Most SpIt'nuiiii
Martha Pearl Home. / Vote and
Hampton: brought to the screen with th-, .. 1 > nannii Support I On
of Florida to be held' June 8-9 at I / ,. !!\ 'F' ". I \ .
BAE. 'i are rtr- ::\OTC.i May 27.
I breathtaking !spectacle' scope g. <. \: Al j*. .
Florida Field. They are: Doyle E I Keystone Heights: John stuart and f. ..:-:...... ,. ''.;:f ,1 i ,your anI' 'I II fn rirruit Cnurt. llrndf.rd County
gantic cast pageanm < ", .'"'\. "inplami I Ii rtrtil.1 In Iknnrrrj. Words Cannot
Conner. BSA James \V. Deaver. BSJ. iJ i ; v Zaih "- t'Ult": .
Detweiler "Y. Plaintiff '.
I in "Quo Vadis". o \ \1.lq
seen coming Ho
\\ Much I
O' I 15 K '
Qf < ? l II..f..nd..lt.
BSP; Clara Blanche Edwards. Lake Butler: Loyell Bryant .J ; : 1 .
i !
j the Florida Theatre next Tue-da\ 'i9l! ,, ."I, I
: ,
Fralick. MED i iI \, Case X !'Mi;'
Claude ; '
MED th.
: for a four-day run. f' -' totlrp T* .%|>par.To J. L. SILCOX
I Smith MAG. I j n ori M.uK
James Carroll Fulton wl.oM
Based on the famous novel of .. ... i i -1 1 '"iJ,::, -It in
: 4 .. .tff' < !tt. Star Koiite. umber
Lawtey: Ovid Leon Futch MA. ... .. ." ,. .. 1 -.W >,
the this < I. Idols' tvM .
1 1Uni'ersity same name thrilling dramaof .t il South C.ilolina.
Dr. Hornell Norris Hart. Duke I "f .. .. ., You are hereby
; that
.. a suit
the birth of Christianity in a -..,... .. l >
ElPONTIAC I out t\a> been filed ,
of sociology to I. --.t t !'it.'eon
professor pagan world and the love ot a ,t ... Pu'I,I It 'i- > ii-t > ou I in the a i...\ <. n.iti.tdi i ate numlitis and > euithe -
will deliver the Baccalaureate address .. ";; '. ,--'na. mi/ t and cause and .
1.j :' you are re- ) ib -
Roman warrior for a beautiful ; ; |1"
Sunday, June 8. University .. ;. .... .. l : I.unty ji" :r.d to serve a copy of your an- I",' nan Marc
on is unfolded vvttl -\\ .r or pleading to the .
Christian hostage .- .,>." complaint
.. aCer'-
Miller ', : the
Hillis \I.I
J. I" : Plaintiffs
.. Ir Attorney
and tremendoU "... I \ ,
splendor ". .
/ H
"', \ 1 Thomas. {' .ugla". tiO 5 I.ymh Hinld11,1. -
will address the graduates at commencement I Jai ... an, r 1 1I I'
dramatic impact. Robert Ta to, 'lilt ( "lilt 'n'.ill. Florida and fib
exercises on June 9. .. T Deii. !p. piny Olrrk thf rig'nal' in tie office of the I >..-. !l' 'I!>. i
and Deborah Kerr head theas j ." U i. .''> Cleik ..f' the Circuit ('nun on or Lot "i ..' I. II'S-
I.ehrtthe :.loth \ I'o x \,1 ,. -
of thousands. day of Jine 1";32.othetM >: k
't, \ \ IIlIn0 "'1'\8 I"e the :illKfjat.rif! ot "alii Tow n-li I i, lutz,
Such spectacles as the triumphal {. "" .- in i ,r. .uit ('sun llraiHarii !'*...r I 'oin)>laint Mill be taken asiIt- .Nani i 1--. -
cusoiinc i i 'oritln. In ('I.nll.f'r,.
in front of Nero I ti "-el| by \"oil_ know II.
... . procession < This notice If it i' en :
shall nioi.- i
be (
the burning of Rome (he I I..-I.It ,int.uit published
palace -"-- I .. once each week for four coneentl low above old.\ 'il. !I- -

in Pure Oil's "Shorty"I palace banquet scene and the 'a". X,. :'1 ; weeks in the Bradford County Tel.graph. .- oertlfieiteI >
'ntl.I .. 1'.. .
'Pl..r; I AII..f -.1 .1 I pr I iy j
huge Circus of Nero are shown in I 1011..1 1..lIalli..b. "h..-,. ni Dated tin-, :1'lth: day 1 ('lUnt"f I TI .|,|: oj.itat.,
I I Technicolor.The unl l addrejix n- I rnknMii (oFFICIAL SEAL Unlctti.. Ii ,-t i i-cat. '
glowing Robert Taj lor (renter the of ) A. J. Thomas, ,
) plajs rVadis. lp Marcu Viniriua Y
> in 'Quo oil are hereby notified! that a suit Clerk of cateshall oe a 'I)
be picture opens with the re ." i I..i! >i\oice has h....!"i fli.." .*.IK.nn.- p.Myrtle T. the Circuit Court. to law the property 1. -. -.
to given Deuver
awaytlMflr In evcitinj alw\e he> is clerk ,
scene .
'arrft'.J .
Robert h.4ng ( off to privm hj t "ii I n the t'v iii 'r.1, Conn such certificate or cer'if I ibe
) and
of Marcus ( Taylor
turn 5/30: 4t t 6 :20OTti sold to the highest b'ddcourt ,,\ .
order of the | > i n > -ilined| ,
to Rome following his victorious: tjrant \eri .. to house door on thed .' V
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e a '']I'I> ''111 an-Mii or \vi'i
| or iririo> Foil
campaign in Britain and his meet 'pb-udinK' i >i" .,"'pl.ullt| on i Ii.- T.\ \ 1)1: :" t\ in the month >.t i iw I. .
,. hi. h itb. 7th day ot I II I'I
with Lygia (Deborah Kern/ I'laintiff'I t t ",u\ T Frank ii"e mil :>... 1st;: I lat.-d tin2S day of M iOFFICIAL
ing l.anilruin "' ..ik.Kbn 1 'Ida. ami I'll',) :\1'1'11"i i-: is
HKRKMV: < ; I ivix i: that
( ) ( prisoner with whom ht 1 I thi- origin.il, ..i 'tin' .Mi. .. Til.M. i- 11' (II SKAL) A I ICli
military oi i tin III I"I'- '
a Board To punch and doughnuts to the visi ill In liirMOM rk of l'lr'uit I'ourt ; -
Open j 'It-rk oi tin en' mi Cuurt onr !I.tre I.-- "I It. ''' .
falls love. He is finally won i"I!: a'i: I IJ'- 1 t.llt'y.. Florida
in ,, (Iii.- .: t ,
intli il.i\ ,
tors. .t .Innr. I"': ::, j' j i i .0' i i i\, .!l. .1 I .
over to Lygia's Christian faith Bids On Intake | otherwithe alltu.uioti- ot t -.ti.I
burned Also on hand and the center of Comiilaint will !I... t...L.-ti a- "lit.--.
.' IN CASH PRIZES after the cruel Nero has For Well much interest the ".d b) > mi
Sampson was new tyPf'two
1- # _______ Rome to the ground inciting the ,i This .
notice shall I I !I"
wrath of the people. Seeking tc and a half ton truck which onr* each week for font ron-irume publNhed A Visit To Our Office

Nothing to buy I 6 \\ just a dash of for the fire. Bids on an intake for the Sampson | costs around $7.800-the first one weeks In the Bradford County Tele
blame the Christians graph.
lladavol! Lake drainage well will btopen'd to be displayed locally.
Nero has them brought into the at the lotted this :;:'tb .I..i "I'! M.i> I I't.'i.::. MAY ITT YOU :MONEY AHEAD! i iINSL'IVtN'E >\
GET ENTRY BLANKS AT regular meeting of
Among the rOFPICIAI. SKAI.i:
displayedwere A
--- Circus to be torn apart by thp weapons J Thomas
'the Board of County Commissioner? Clerk of the Circuit Court
You too will he amazed at ferocious lions. Nero's wife sug. next Monday.At the U. S. pistol cal. 45; the By Myrtle T. Deaver. Oenuty ci_ri, COSTS.Savings .

PURE SERVICE the quick-starting and gests that Lygia. now married trVmicius U. S. rifle; cal. 30 M-l; the car ; "'i, it ii'i-
the last meeting the Commissioners 10' lo JO'
of be tied to a stake onrr: or
smooth performance our bine rifle cal 30; machine gun. ritorrnnivn iou
gasolines. by an enraged bull. How gave the American Tim cn)',i\o or "'\llnln,.; Frr.KT
quality !
STORECor. Metal Co. of 61 Broadway N. Y cal. 50; the 3.5 rocket launcher. iv 1'1Ir.TTii.!
she is rescued from this fate Conner & Gay Insurance Agency
permission road!
makes a thrilling climax to the i use county and the 57 mm recoiless rifle. will taknotice
Madison & So. Walnut How the of Nero i i.! right of way to explore for phosphate -. The local unit expects to attend''Board: of County "("mml"1'lolI.'r, < hi.--f-
story. reign
/ i[ Mradford Coiintv I 11(5 i (; :N. Court :St.\ Starke I'hone :2LEE'S !'\j
rock with the Florida
: Phone I 189 Starke, Fla. ended, permitting the spread of understanding' summer encampment at full petition of qualifIed land upon the
f Christianity brings the film to a that the results of the drilling strength. and young men arp Mill at I 11.I mi AM: I 01* lork nwner oil 1 Hi.

operations will be reported to the .-......II" IIa"f .linn-. Al I II.. 1 II! :. .
Sales & ServiceLLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA close. 'I i urged to avail themselves 'of the '; ... the. ii I i'-! -
i off
it in ,
) Court lion- ,
Florida State i in
Geological .
Survey.John opportunity of enlistment while Stark.Iradtnrd: .
I H. Denmark was given vacancies still exist. Local Guard consider and determine County whether Florida or, S DRIVE

Crippled Children permission to erect a temporary to visit not the County will \acate abandon. [ $ THEATRE E 1
leaders men
Kaiser Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP Attend Annual cattle guard across the Lake Side them before urge they young are IS 1-2: years 1 di.-i-ontinue described and portions close\ the of Stirii-hriein'after IN

County Public Road pending a' of since Guardsmen enlisted I and whether or not the County w.l! .

Be surewith Purep Temple Ave. Ph. 32 Clinic HereA renewal of his lease to adjacent age. for the i the renounce and disclaim any right ..f 'I' :
afier that age are eligible County and public in and to any K KEYSTONE
.I la nds. The Board was aSiured'I draft. J land or interestes therein situated *. 4

small. but highly successful.I 'in Bradford ("ttuntv .--- _. .
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a-e sean
I j I that the temporary guard would Florida, to-uit- e---- -------nfl e-en - 4

clinic for crippled children war! i be substantially built safe and I j All of Pine Street except the East '. FKL S.\T. MAY ::10. :31

held at the Bradford County Recent BirthMr 40 feet-and; the North 30 feet of
SERVICE 'sufficient for the traffic using: it i i Hickory Street, and all that portion ,.

I INKIER ELECTRIC ,, Health Department on Friday Mr. Denmark also promised to replace ''of Maple Street that lies west of ROYAL WEDDING
and! Mrs S L. Peek. Jr. announce !
May 23. For the first time thi; I lot 4 of Klock ::: and all that por-

clinic included children the temporary guard with I the birth of a daughter. 1..111 of Magnolia Street that lie*. r t. I
only crippled the board within :, West of lots :2! )' In I
one approved by [ and :3 I of Block 4, in Technicolor i -
I Katharine on Saturday. May
County which K: W.
Bradford Hayes Sub
a reasonable time after his lease. Division i in sc- t'
ZENITH raplained: the smaller attendance. I 21. iii St. Vincent's hospital. tion32" :: and :iii:!, Town-hip fi South.; I Fred .\>taire. Jane Powell Peter Lanford '4
is newed. I K.inee: :2Kat.!: !nd: Plat Recorded > -44

i Although a complete report of :\ OTICl. 10ri>i\u: 0. .4
E.V.. and B. T. Thoma .
: RADIO the clinic ha> not yet been received In Clrrait ('sun. llrntiruid ('fount. Sl'N. MON.: Tl'ES. Jl'XEl.2.: :3. 4
petitioned the board for permission Florida: In Chaucrrf. W.C.T.U.'ills.
many new cases were seen Fi.-'l.ti. I' M-.I.III,. I'l.mitifl, \ -. .

and for the first time. to close all of Pine Street. K.itlit: 'i 'in. M1 1.11. 1 l'dd"tU'1! \ ROOM FOR ONE MORE"Starring

J i except the East 40 feet; and the fa.v.. M ; : I). UHillT': \ ( \ \
Through the courtesy and efforts Notice 1.. Appear.
Sales Television ( North 30 feet of Hickory Street; T' K..lh"I'II1"1111' I I. \\ h.-.' t I" -. TIO.NAI 1'KKMDK.NT;: ;: ) NA\'S: >
of the American Legion and 1 and all that Can( rant(; and Drake
portion of Maple ill-lit i |I' I'nklloYV. "AOMN MAT: MK: ALITTIt Itvtsy
and Service the Ammcaii Legion Auxiliary of Street that lies West of lot 4 of'' YIIII arf her<-l hy notified tha: :I MII' : : ('():XT.\IXI.NJ: ; AKlf .4
: Starke luncheon including fni I limirif has t>t.-n filtil .t4.t,11-1 4 .4

---" ,--- ------ ------,- an adequate block 3. and all that portion of.. )uu III the :tln.\,,- ii.iiin 'I ON: \\IIICII \\ l'.; l'KI\Tii: : I \\ir.: : THI 'K. .JIM: i. : 4

sandwiches, cold drinks, Magnolia Street that lies West of Court and cause and you arc required IT'S1.1,
i| KK'lir, [ TO UlU\li! :

221 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 and milk was served to all pa- lots 2 and 3 of block 1 in E. W.Hayes' | or to pleading serve a copy to the of .omllul1l your answer -! IJKK[ : .\ FISH IiI 01 HI a..."\ liTHE
[ HORSE'With
I tients and families at noon. on the I'lainMff.s Attornry. Tln-p-n
Sub Division in Section : \\ IIT[ \ 1.1"11 DIMXKS.-: : ''.
STARKE FLORIDA the \local Health Department .\. Yawn Jr., tEl: East fall Stin-t:
[ Aiding '4
I 32 and 33. Town hip 6 South Sitrk.FIrida ami fit.-. Mi-I ((1 :MON: iiN: \I.

staff and the personnel of Range 22::! East. original, in the office of the ("lrk <-i.III. 1 \I'HI I. lIla'! !. = \\ Steve Cochran & "\\ildfirt-. the \\ undet Hurst'
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1: the Crippled Children's Commission ( On-uit Court till or lit funMi 1 '
Since the streets in question *: :;nili iI.t. of Jmif' i't': : .iw, --- -
Mis. Clifford ,
the all"' all Mrs Mitt Morgan. Miss Shirley are not state or federal highways' uill liv lak.... .1-, i ,>nl' ---'l J.' >

and since the petitioners Ha> % This noti -h.til !I.-. I p .1 j '
J. L. Trawick.
C'arpenteiMrs. .
iiutei'h; \\ --t K f >i r f'.1 '
and Mrs A. Y. Co\'ington. Dr. and Thomas own all land abutting :I wt-t-ks in ti!, !1'r\df': >rI"! ''." > '

on each side the Commissioners graph
A Y. (Covington, Director of the l>iit.-il, thi.7th: 'l.i\ "' \i""n

Health Department, wishes to extent unanimously approved the fOFFlCUL SEAL' A .1 "1'1 "' -

:FOR SALKr.rick building formerly 'on SALKVhite Collie\ pups Fine, all'ho petition granting the request for Clerk of the. Or: 'ir/: "I'ourt
of.-ui.tr.l by HiM.ver r.rus Studio "attle doR',. llt-aiitifu: irts 'has thanks to helped ti:, \h'll.! T !1.\ I I', !"i" i iMiner.

cur KaM: fall and flurry St Sr. K: James I'.ox I KtvstoniHeight make this annual clinic a success closing. ,

I)elhi Hoover, ,,r 1Ma,1: 1..11 -- 2tp 5 ,11Ht"ul'hulott'rt'11 \ Bond of L. T Johns in the e e
and Chnr.-li St 3I' fi/t., : TO trnit: '
THVNKSOTIK: : amount of 5000. as chairman: of 9 rTT

Foil HUNT -Completely furnished VYYYYVYVYVYYyyyyyyyyyyyyM the School Board was approvedMrs.

t bath wn ,bedroom l.irge wash Mink house house tiled with i; A T T R E S S E S I certainly appreciate the Marian Howe secretary of DR. C. F. TURNER 9

electric I washer. laine enclosed' OF ALL KINDS i splendid vote given me on May 27. the Starke Chamber of Commerce

)'unl on Walnut St. Sue ( eorge at : I will always try to do my best at Has Opened Office. In .
Coney Island .\It. 2, Tenth and R E N 0 V A T E Drt'ffaJ requested approval for an
ltD all times You car. count on one
Chimh St. addition to be constructed to the .
thing and that is I'll be in there TheHKMIiUKH
exemption- office on the courthouse block
Voll hath j fighting for the Third District. I
aly nU-e. nularijr private The matter taken advisement ANN DELAFIELDGMIV&JQQQ.Qc
and entrance s-oreened ,...rltAraIl.tbk Thanks. was under : ItriLDINt() : ( ;

June 11.:; 5:* North1' fr1i7 and will be disposed of .
H ,\. (Buddy) P.ishop.To ;I
Cherry St !li> a :si I i Iat later HOt. K S
a I
F U R N I T U R E .

WANT TO Ill'Y a eottaee home. :' the I't-oplc of District Thr 't>: A delegation representing th,' !J-:50) ;: ) A.M.: .. 3:00:() P.M.: (
$:!,7uo. ea.h.Is.I i and
$1,500 to
iiii>it-rn. I am sincerely grateful for the
neighbors. ihurche mall. High School Band requested :u

and other oonveiiiem-es I liescribe'fully Refinished votf you gave me or. May 27. I donation for the band unifonr Clo-ed Thur>da> s;

(live price J. .\. Carter, HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. will'!! continue to serve you to thebl' Plan
The board
1V\: : 156.: Like Hutler, Fla. approved Reducing
Let'a all I'HO( E :.r! )
ability. :
2tp E r.O: Box: 230) Palatka, Fla. :<1 or'my a $150' donation Mr thi.-

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'you strive for better things for our
FOnI.I..*-"V" li.-ense Iranite ]! CountYour friend. purpose

Trailer new. apply any mornhiK. | _00"1
El Kaili-ho Motel. Itrhtf |i UKXTroom: furnishedapartment Iri Wilson, (

c"mfoda"'t.beds, Guard We/comes/
KOU UKXT or for I'alo'-l1I: font TSO I electric range Call St bridge. E. _
foot corrutrated metal warehouse. Starke, take left K'aJ.d road l'miles '. DAEIC
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.1..II'I..al.onu..t.tiu'l. Vn- to IIOU-K \\ itt II sign at Kate
furnli-hed Apply and morning Kl :Mrs. Call W> tin UrooksiJe Ap'" Many VisitorsAt FL-:
Kam-ho Motel It dig tr TARKE '

you S.\LJo-1[
JSc adl1:<0 cement mortar mix ii IMII.I: 101 it Fri.. :Sat. May :W.{ .,1ISH ;
and Meel windows Bradford } II-I fTTi.iMI: II()(. :
Co. 41 :5 .. \1.Io: 1'<11"111 I :an.i "r'>I1.1 :'0\
1""f'rl"l -
<< 1.1 lie Oak h'.rach: \\riluekilar ..n.il! Iu 1bJl.'r.! ai.i,: ') n'r, I1 (, DOlHi.E FE.\TIRKRETREAT Famous die'c.an,' _______________

,\r.\nTMnXT FOU UKXT-411 W I'alnlUn rack 'lhur..ilnPI'.oTKi'T > Vit-s-U' IP. th.Ioal unit turned teacher and beautician who has helped! more women f
Madison ln iiiie at Chamber
tf I 1'OI'n E'l'mTII: out in larije numbers for the HELLFrunk reduce than .
Commerce_ jnmi : successfully any other person in the u S. .
I Fireproof I'rot.-cto Security n..x. _ _
open house held in thS' rktariimiy ,
you SXI.R nv iI"XI'n-Hi01IOO' beautiful. large. headut> f''l ,

0-rner lot T C ltefltPSY. lit. 1. j i box. $10 .'5 plus tax. Brad.ntI fbi''J ? Monday nightLai Lojoy, Ki'hard o

ivITT.: Stark.-, yia. X Cherryst I County Telegiaph._tf ; 'RiLj/tt Guard officers commented
4tchg 5/s ( ui Ison
W.\XTtn--IOO couples to Dine and that they expected a rush of re- e

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yoU SAl.K-Modern\ loitaKe on l'an r Priol.I"1.,1 Satin-rt-iv; 'tuits as a result of recent pub- ANDBlazing
\ljik.I'.eueva Completed' furn- at the Triangle I) Lunch at Stand ,p4c, SOLOMON TOOK T+ t.QuLEN :
Uhed $Uinu M K. SI I IVier. PO ant oil Station: on lit. 100, between OfSHEBA OUT, !'n't> together with the greaterkti.wl.'tIge
l.ik.Itutler dud I _
l'oJ2">, Oameaxilb' I'h..n" iHarke. .11USh' I ) of the Guard that hase.MiKcii Bullets
'. I'MHI birailti I: "id I 'i>ui ty 1'lay 110)
JiU'iRvlH- \.II: .r nft-r FED HER WINE _
: tp5i0 n"m the open house o '
Hi' pro-
T gran \\ ith Johnn* Mark Hnrnp

Foil $.\.t.Ei';.11t tnnr.- .Vtitomntir Rood I I you and SAI.K one lot-On near* five s.'hool room house house Tht.p".n"J: out. however that Color ('- rto'lI1 and xrial ti1
S ft Krieid.ure. I
wuvher. one
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$lir: \V MKinasley 1. I.llhl.Lt.'r "". bath Will aelttu the i1y.
condition Kach l.ak.- Up i i tint.Lt''ati.uu i C.r.tnj St. Mrs many parents in county stil! e T'I

\ --riigg' I _\Itn"" Thomas :tin 5 10 have nn' availed themselves of Sun.. :Mon. June 1 I. 2 I

HAX1KI.VEKK Uadi and Apl the "wp'iifmity to learn more I.
(lI Jn XT-: bedr..ti, apartmt'nt.
>llan.Servitt "pen S.50 a Up m. II .'h.-'t rica 11)' eiii 1.1..1. ..n Kln..lt' about 'p. "advantages" of the CIMARRON KID '
till *> m S
Lake. S. C. II Nasorthytarke i -r-----
:: ULt. :!! I Guard Warrant Officer A. L --- lilT ,
tl'hlt 5, :: IN: TKCH.MC: OLOK ,
\\ A\TK I-I iaduate nui-t' 01 licenvod <'rosbtr I
--ated that he wouldbt .
practlial nur-,-. part tuneduty [ SING ER SEW ,
n Machine Com .
Applv 301V. Call St. tfyou pany. Lake Cm-. Kla Phone Ssi,' ,;lad 0) discuss the possibilitiesit .Audi Murphy( 11frI'in.i Uu a e -

will rl'll.Ilr:11' machine, in upi th.. :Nitional Guard with m Cart..n an l :Net'. 1ii
Wdtonni furnNhed I
UKNT: Three
i top loiidition, reasonable \\ t i
t U''Usr screened iturch and I u".. ,'uty' genuine Singer. I'a'tlOur tereste.i! parntand: young men

l..rgthatl\ lit" n. .\1l will puk up| .tnd -i: in> :imEqti -' Tues. June: ONLY: : \s\ .,
fuini lie.l :.' apart \
pl.'tl) >lara! | delixriy M-rxioe upon ifu.-:. .
., -.' *::. a innilh. :5X7: W Call New Singer maihine are "\.I 'I Iahi. i'i..t" : .j the local comi ;.-

Si l'!>olie lir.-J I: Jt.-tlg. .. 6 I le on ; ..a-onalile 'rlll' I r-y: .A .is arranged in : .
interesting KIM I o 0 : START f% TODAY I
.. .'xhihi! :- Monday' night and th
I I: S \1.1-: .11..11.1\ fnrnllur.' FOP. run nrnoET-MixDKn 1 r< 'd-! .

..h1' II MNel1. ii.1 W. tlaihi-j -IrtO Kncraxed WedvNiiR lnj \ p Ibl'l' was invited through thearnry 0

-.I. I lip j tion nn fine rnK-tonli-n: ;p 'I", VUjhe? 'xrT\ir that' fit for a 1 -- IX: HXICO.LOK: : -.
I only |1 1' 95 I'.radfo'-d c". >-- \ for a tour of inspection"Among -

J.", 11 I U \1.1--: -11'.1 thb4ilitton pickup I Telegraph! 'fIERn que 'n: tru-. the communication dipiavs -- Krrol: FUnn. lan toekitehlI'Iw. '
tiij. K l.iKi. n. Or will tradeor
< cat: t' St.. al IVifhnr-t Tour I. GAS REFUinKHATOKS: : was a complete wire and lartoon and :N-MS

'.-, :' telephone net. including a central! -Exclusive Agents for Ann DelafieldV Reducing Plan
\tP1'I.n ed to sell at $17QlS! Y-i .vI Chas.
beat thi Slide 1 .T f C. ShepherdGuaranteed switchboard radio net
I one <- a and message Wed.. Thur. June i. ;5

SU.K-Xi-" liiitli .....lIran.-.. center headquarters with -,.
V'urm Trailer TIIIX'-. Service Sta- RADIOS REPAIRED -

tu-n. (1. I.. I.ovi-ll. ouner P 0 All M.Wr.. \ll Model.* messengers and cryptograph ma JOAN OF ARC

1"X 44*. Starke Itp RrouniiKle. eharcen cnnmntrrdcuts. : chine.A .

I-. MiKniF.itnT0.1 RADIO & TV
}'(II U SVLK-Vive rnom h 'u"e, bath : "-. nil !Of. ".t rte Ph. :tt modern Army kitchen wa -- IN nCJl; JCLOR -- Koch StorePhone

hot and- roMatf'r.. ga< ant displayed in the recreation room Drug
and With
electricitr. ('lImjlt'h'furnl..h..t.\ 'On SALE-:Strawberries: iS cent ServicePh. complete with all utensils that are Inrid Bergman
tnclu.linir nrefrieerntor and a iuart 4 miles northf
"MOV. .\. J. Thomas. Jr. agent Starke nit Sal. Name on mail box 239 Starke usi in Army kitchens Member T>,o t rtuoa... and Xh

S. Court Pt. Up : W. K. :Martin. Up ,. I I -1- : of the cooks section served coffee 53 Starke, Fla.
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Special Section
Bradford, Bradford County
HonoringGraduating I County Telegraph High School

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Red and White
R ,,, President

__ t ,1 Carl I.aMar John-

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Red Rose -.- _
Xrley! :McRaeSecretary

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Tnejroad ahead .is calling I I \ ; l "' '
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7iWs -' Benton Patsy Redding, P.-lYP' '::J ,i ,I, ....4i'I' '-i... ,. ,.' MATCH YOURRECORD .

"for your good work. Brown, Flort'nc Reddi h. M3..1t II I -1 '.: *
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Robinson, Dor t h5Rowe. i I .C.. ".... _. .... .
.. .wr Carpenter Shirley. Jimmy

II INNNI Carter, Ann Gnann Florence Jo11'y. Palmer Shaw. Shirley I ----.,,- --" ,., ,
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'assess Marion Godwin Erma Jean hefeher Terry Shuford, Glenn I .

.. ... Converse, Genevieve Kelly, Vonclel II
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# 1tI'It fa.. 1 t Engrain, William Haines Helen Libby larY Strickland. Phylli I j i 1 i
May Sylvia I 1
rrr( I Frith, Joe Hallllliam Ten1y Joan i; I GRADUATES '
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Gamey Christine Marley
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w'.' I9SZ '...... .-. Gaskin3 Arthur Hodges, Deloren Wilkinson. fur>ar-l j I II

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Glisson Ruth I I
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Baccalaureate Sermon .I Graduation Exercises

Bradford High School Bradford High School

25 1952 Friday, May 30. 1952
Sunday Evening, May 1

T. ;tvtii'niuatlon' Bradford High
Processional I School Ban 1
Rev L. D. Haim

Invocation Rev. Hemingway :. x :'>j'l taker Honorable Charley) E. Johr: '
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Methodist Youth Choir chas. S. Part:
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I Baccalaureate: Sermon : ,,ntation of Diplomas
H. P. Morp:,'
Methodist Youth Choir .I _. Bounty Superintendent: of Public Instruction

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It has long been the rule that Mary Alice (Crosby leaves ner school and othern'isP. Ann Carter leaves to Peggy 1 '
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mementoes and token.* for which fast enough to keep up with it. power to Ken Conway and :Senior Sponsor and her title a? :
they will remembered. The Senior ': Vernon Reddish leaves with leaves the football field to Edwii! 'C Cutest Girl in the Senior Class.

Class of 1952 leaves to posterityand hopes for the future. Prevail and Earl Alvarez. I Glenn Shuford leaves all hiffoolishness 1 1 w :

to the Seniors of tomorrowthe Erma Jean Godwin leaves tc Laverne Hodges leaves her ability i j[ to Ed Teuton. i i THE WORLD OFFERS YOU '" :

following}] keepsakes: Velmarie Dukes her ability to debate to control her temper to Jackie} Geraldine B. Eriffis leaves her I i
Ruth Glisson leaves her straight with teachers. Dyal. i I baby dydee service to Jewil Casey. EVERYTHING! DILIGENT I 1952 :

A's in shorthand to Marjorie I Earl Norman leaves to Connie Warren Kelly leaves the Bur! Arthur Gaskins leaves his ability : 1
t Strickland. 'II Clack his ability to make A's and Station Cafe to Van. j I:o win women to Randall]] Martin ,:

welcoi Frank Brown leaves his abilityto B's in chemistry and to use and Mary Jo Green leaves to Fred.I Mary Louise Libby leaves her ; MAY OBTAIN.
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humor the teachers to Jame! Protect their moonshine still for Conway her position as! Vice1 height 1 I to Shirley McRae.

your'.entry into Horne. I i the benefit of chemistry next year. President of the Beta Club. j J. E. Tomlinson leaves his athletic STRIVE WELL! rM. t \:

&&VC: Christine Gainey leaves tc Wanda Curtis leaves to Carol Joe Frith leaves his bookkeeping 1: ability: to Johnny Kopelousos.Joan \

i : the fulljlifefofBARKSDALE'S Yvonne Harrell her ability to type Rusha her ability fo get married to Miss Rosenberg.Carolyn j I Tenly leaves her absentmindedness .. ,1
100 words a minute with out while still in school. Edwards regretfully j i] to Anne Cressler. .J .

A ur,commun>t tYIT errors. Mary Gaskins just leaves. leaves her steady, Vernon Under- William Engram leaves to Coy 1\

Lloyd Grider leaves his; shareof i' Edward Parker leaves the fireplug hill. '| Alvarez his ability to skip class ,,

., i the school's. art work to Adel to Neil Crawford Dorothy Robinson leaves her; without being caught. 1
t Scholl. Patsy Benton leaves Kenneth ability to win friends and influence Barbara Wilkison leaves her 1

Genevieve Converse leaves he. Tyus regretfully. teachers to Louise Johns. 1 bookkeeping skill]] to Doris Parker.

boisterous ways to Ernestine Russ,' Terry Keleher leaves his positionas Billy Buck leaves his red hair Palmer Jolly leaves his musical j I Z\
DEPT. STORE I Helen Haines leaves her posi Most Intellectual Senior Boy tc and freckles to Benton Futch I ability to Wiley Coley. I BUILDERS SUPPLY :

: tion in the Glee Club to AJiE'SfI : Elbert Nettles. Phyllis Strickland leaves her Julia Lawson leaves to Joan .

I Lawson. Shirley Harley leaves to Jackier basketball captaincy to Mary Stephenson her ability to be !I __ _,_ .
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II I Vonciel leaves her abilit who can. I Jeanette Starling leaves her .
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to never argue with her teacher!, Sylvia May leaves her Best teachers insane. I!: typing skill and speed to Betty !
to Nina Warren. Dressed Senior Girl title to Eloise Durban. ro !
Milton Mott leaves his lack of| ,
Jimmy Rowe leaves his book Thomas. ability to skip school to Bobby j Raymond Redding leaves hif ---
keeping knowledge to Delam c' Pat Sieg leaves to Judy Green Crews. position as President of the F. F. ,

Thomas. her ability to get away with mUr- I, A. to Jimmy Green. ,
Betty Williams leaves to Patsy
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ItaV. 4. to Ins Clough. Lemuel Williams leaves toit Girl title. I, Shirley Carpenter, leave tc I : +
Shirley Shaw leaves to Carol)!: Arthur Winkler his UUf''ittiest i'Detoren I
Hodges leaves his ability Elaine Crosby my ability to
Kelly her ability to go stead)r. Senior Boy" : chosen Best All Around in the r
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Carl Johns leaves his entire possessions j' Joan Silcox leaves to France" to chew gum :

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NOTICE' TO APPE-in Complaint will be taken as confessed suit for Divorce has been filed --
IB Circuit Court Bradford County by you. against you in the above nam : the 23rd: '
Florid !. Chanrrrr. This notice shall be published once ed Court and cause and you are reQuired :1 I ; \Inrwt.e the day of June ItS: graph.:
Seble Gene Cooper Plaintiff vs. each week for four consecutive to serve a copy of your answer 1 '- plant allegations of said Dated this :20th! d..y f M I ,
or pleading to the com will be taken as con- (OFFICIAL SEAL .
Irene V. Cooper Defendant. weeks !In the Bradford County Tele- --'d by you. i I ) n. J
Case Xo. 9155 graph. plaint on the PlaIntiffs Attorney, Clerk of the Cin lilt 1'
Notice To .""pur. Dated this 21st day of May 1952. E. K. Perryman, Starke, Florida, This.. e notice shall be published By Myrtle T. Deaver. Depu'jOTICK "
To: Irene \'. Cooper whose resI- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, and file the original in the officeof rs week for four consecutive 5. = \
dence Is: Unknown.You As Clerk of said Court. the Clerk of the Circuit Court ; .i. Tradford County Tele- -
are hereby notified that a By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk. on or before the 23rd day of June .; 21 :> To APPEIU
.us >t day ff :May, 1952.
suit for Divorce has been filed 5/23: 4t 6/13 1932; otherwise the allegations of .-UIAL ." E."I.> In Circuit Court. Bradford < "Dn'V.
against you in the above named paid Complaint will be taken a: on- Clerk A j Tnomas, riorldai In Chancery
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Court and cause and you are required NOTICE TO APPEAR fessed by you. Court Judson D Haxley. Plaint. \
to serve a copy of your In Circuit Court. Bradford Count, This notice shall be published 5 'Z3 4t 6/13 Bernice Baxley, Defeiul.m:
answer or pleading to the com- Florida In Chancery.K Ance each week for four cortsecu- ,, :AOTICH TO :..iVntlre -, s
plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, K Green Plaintiff, vs. Lula five weeks in the Bradford County In I irrult (.....rt. Bradford'I'I: \lt : << T. AppearTo .
Joseph K. skipper 221 Oraham Green Defendant Telegraph. I l..rila: In Chancery. runtr : E.-sie Bernice Iaresidtiue \;!- >
Building. Jacksonville. Florida Case \.}. 9147 Dated this 19th day of May X9i2 Alliert Ketih.ll. Plaintiff and addres- ,'
and file the original in the office of Xollrc To Appear. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas, s aJ .." S. K< tt lit ii.. MefenilantCase! vs. Hemingway, south Car..i, '
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or To: Lula Green whose residenceis Clerk of the Circuit Court You are hereby notifu I n
before the 23rd day of June 1922:; ; : Unknown. i By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk, # \-tier i T.. Appear.Frances No 9151 suit for Divorce has l b f1
otherwise the allegations of said notified that a 5.23 4t F against in .,..
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fortune always. .* ,on the record, 1 t ,: this picture. She never did like crew cuts."-''Official Marine Corps photo). I :

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f i you've made.; ; .

? :; .. ,. I : In Clrrnit Court. Bradford Count. !! To: Robert Armour, whose resi- quired t.) serve a copy nf your answer i,. \
iiri !! ..-. /: I'l.irliln In ('hn or..r-. )! dence and address i.li)3 Kopf Road. or pleading tn the Complaint ,
.. i' 7.f\i\ V. I'angle, Plaintiff vs. Inez : P O. Box 222: tVlimore, Long Island nn the Plaintiffs Attorney, Ray Sel-! 1
.. ........... ., ". t t : :M. I'angle, Defendant 9135'Order I New Y'rk !| den. Selden Pudding Daytona !I j II
-.. l Jl"1 :: I \
? Case No
.-- l(, 1 You are hereby notified that a'''1 Brach Florida and file the original ,
L.) ::';'r' !1"" I of Publication and :Notice to suit for Divorchas .been filed in the office of the Clerk of the \
1952COOK'S : -1 <: Appear I against you in the above named .Circuit Court on or before the !3rd I :
Stale of Florida To: Inez M PanKle I I' II KNOW YOU WILL GO
i Court and
f I cause and
you are required day of June, 1952! : ; otherwise the j
o. -- 'f'A a whose residence is. Route 2. \
to serve a of .
of said
copy your an- j i allegations Complaint 'ilil IIbe I
-tom Franklin, North Carolina. swer or pleading to the complainton taken as confessed by you. pN TO GREATER THINGS :
You are required to app.'ar on the Plaintiff'sttorn...)", T |I I This n"titshall he published I ; j

June 16, 1952, in the above named I Frank: Land rum, Starke: Florida: ,, once each week for four consecutive I Ij tI IN THE WORLD AHEAD. '
Court and cause wherein plaintiff I and file the original in the office of weeks in the Bradford County Tele- }
seeks divoroe. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or graph j I :
GROCERY & MARKETt Bradford County Telegraph shall before the J3rd: day of June 19.::>I. Dated tits' 21M I day of May, 1I;;!. '.. "' '- i :
I publifh this Order in next four'( otherwise the allegations of :- ,dCompI.l.int (OFFICIAL SEALl. A. J. Thomas !- JI'Q.-': ,
I issu.-s. I 1
will be taken as confessed Clerk of the Cin-uit Court
I Witness my hand and. official seal by you. I Hy Myrtle T. Deaver.: Demitv CI|.rk lil
I tat Stark Florida this May 12, 1952. This notice shall be publishedonce ; 534t: 6/13 !
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs each week for four consecutive %>!_[ .
of said Court. .
weeks in the Bradford' County Tele- OTICK" 1 TO \PPH\K -
assess 1t'.f I By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk. ,j graph. {Iin Clrrult (Court Ilrailford County, ) I:
Charles R. Hess, 204-05 Guaranty, Dated this 21st day of :May 1952.; : j{I' Florida In Chancery.'Dudley I Q',9"] 5'2'

___ __ ____ ____ ___ Life Hide.. Jacksonville Florida. i I II (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. .\ Wells Pla '1IIH. \ > Ruby 1
e++ -- I ffCy I Attys. for Plf. 5/16 4t 6/6 !
j At Clerk of said Court. Parks Wells, Defendant I ,
, I ---- I By Myrtle T. Deaver, Dmify Clerk ca-e No. 9153Notlrr : ,
Iii Circuit Court Bradford County 5/25 4t 6/13 Tn Appear* I
Florida In Chancery.Sue I To. Ruby Park Wells, whose : si sI
H Phillips Plaintiff vj. William NOTICE TO .\PPF. \It residence is- HO-:: Oak Street \llanla. )
1- I I C. Phillips, Defendant I II
In Circuit Court. Bradford County Ceorgiu. 1
Case N'o. 9137 Florida In hanrrrv You are hereby notified that a I 1
Order of Publication And Notice To Raymond Rickard.' Plaintiff. Jean ; suit for Divorce has been filed ,
Appear I, :M Rickard, Defendant against you in the above named ; I
\ t State of Florida: To: William C. Case :No !9150oflee ; !i Court, and cause and you are re- .
9 ; Phillips whose residence I is. 120520th I I I \ To .,..p....r. :auired t.j serve a C"Dof your an- C. H. Driggers Furniture Co :,
Street, Columbus, Georgia. I; T. Jean M. Iti.-kard, whose residence Iswer or pleadings to the complaintIon
Y-u are required to appear on w' Unknown the Plaintiffs! .\t"I'n,1: O
June 16. 19"! ; in the above named I j I You are heretiv notified; hnf a ; Kvans. Jr., ll:3 law Kxch.inge Itiuld-
ryv+ ; Court and cause, wherein plaintiff i I I suit for I>iv)r-" has been filed ing, Jacksonville. FI..ri.la.; and file t :
awil ie! seeks divor.-e, sole keep, care, custody I against: you in the al>ove natu- ''the original in the ..r; I ..| th.-" 1 I
of minor children|i'I ..., .,_ ., .,., .,.,_ ,
and control 10:0.1 Court an 14'i tf and you! :are re- Clerk "of the ('It' uil! i'mi" nI "I, !I. # # # #-- # # # # ## #-### ------ -
1 and and deVndant I
alimony support money I
II r .r, ( i>ay court costs.
> I'r\drlf County Telegraph shall
'Ors/ publish this Order in next four -
i r.
weekly i! Witness my hand and official seal "
M at Stnrk.-. Floria. this May 14. 1952.niFFICIAL Shift \ I IR'ITIi
?" t SKAL A. J. Thomas to
I L Lr As Clerk of said Court.
r.v :Myrtle) T Deaver Deputy Clerk.I Irs THE LOwTST PRICED CAR

i'hurle' ... I K II...... 204-05 Guaranty
Minuting' Jacksonville. Florida.Attj : AITOMVTIC CEAUSl
t..r IMf 5/16 U 66'In

I Fordomatic
1 Circuit Court. Itradf.nl County.
t I'loriilii; In (Chaucer. /

_,._w w.w.. Mw.+A1w1.4 I ..Maudme: Stewart Plaintiff, vs. Al- ,
Bert I..- Stewart Defendant. I
, t .. 1I Case No. !915 ,,
I I t tI Onlrr of I'uhliralionDd :Notice T'>
I .
cM t tI Appear and f
"" "" State of Florida To- Albert L you'llnever
.' ,
Ii I .."" "
I I .. \l-" \ \ Stewart, whose residence and address .
| is: Unknown.You : I II
;: ', :
; ,4'. : J i 1\1I I are required to appear on J Jl
t ,c"-'.. l June 16, 195!, in the above r trred
. 'ourt and cause, wherein pla.n'tff
j seeks divorce and restoration of -
Cong; 'ulaJions for t ti i maiden name.Rradford l fr
1 County Telegraphh.ul
|: publish this Order In neat : i job well done
I 1 weekly issues. I '
i 'S 1 I' .... Witness my hand and official: ->al ]
graducles s at Stark Floria. this May 14. l I"' ,2.: shift -t tr
, 1t ....-, OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thum.is. I
j .
1 As Clerk of said Court' I
1 r t J -eJ I :i Iy Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk. !
I Alan c Winter. Jr. 40:: Smith Building '
I 1952 vI i Jacksonville, Florida. r ITS 4ri

t Anyfor rif. ;5 16 4t .sOTicr. .' i again ><
t :> TI AppniK I i THl )\UH
I $ \ In Clrriiil Court, Bradford County #*
i Plxriilnt In Chnnrrrir. I iiu\is( : I.N O\K: : .
I II ( Delia yuigley. Plaintiff' v* JosephUuigley.

SLADE GAS COMPANY S I { Defendant Case No 915* I

1 'I! 1 t FLORIDA Votloe To Ippenr. j'
STARKE FLA. To: Joseph Quigley whose resi- .
i ,' dence and address is:5n:; East 149thStreet. I if ;
THEATRE !1 Care Hummel, Bronx New | #
York. j
4e. e.e I. _ee._pa.ee.eeee.eeee.eeeeeeeeeeee.ee. I IT'S THE ALTOMA1ICW
You are hereby notified that a | \
suit for Divorce has been filed t
1 against you in th* above named ] Til ITS UI': II.f.}" ALTOMUIC
.,. ,
-- # -- Court and cause and y"a are re-
!quired to serve a of an-
copy your J

Improve Your Home NOW\ .-wer.11 the..r pleading Plaintiff's to the Attorney complaint, T I I I .

Fe auk l.a-idrum. Starke. Florida and ,r
file ih.- original in the office of the j
Commencement cie-K ..I the circuit Court on or be- .
NO DOWN PAYMENT t..e., the : !rd day of June. 1952; ;
ntlieiwise, the allegations of said
c'' ,pi.unt will be taken: as contr ; t
-,ril by you. I
** 36 Months To This notice shall be published r ,r 0
PayAverage once each week for four consecutive
weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph -

20 PERCENT Dirr.i tii! > 2lst day of May 195.OFFICIAL .:
: .H.H..K.iw
Roof $$6.39 Per Month ( SEAL* A. J. Thomas H ? w
Cl..rk of the Circuit Court .
f')' Myrtle T. Deaver. Do-.t. Clerk a ?a v -

:2j 4t 6/13 //4c +
:> OTI< R 10 \......; \It

You Are Eligible Now Under F. H. A. In Flnrliln Clrenlt: In Court Chanrerr.Ilr.idford County 4CJ

ThHdi.re I...h..ft M.inenthal Plain-
tiff. t.. ill.iria: I..IM ul.ul..nthal.: De-
Seniors on Photo. f(>I'd.int' case No. S158

Asbestos Siding New Bath graphs in Cap and Notice who Touiona s.. To resiileni-e; ,Appear.I. isoo and Marienthal.address is !! H

72l'x .;....'I..l.h Street Philadelphia -wits:'
Gown 35. I''nn')'I\'aniL FDAI'
Porches Additions
You are hereby notified that a suitor
Divorce, restoration of maiden
name to defendant, custody and control .UI-.rl n... ,I ....JoM.'slua.Rry
AIL HOME REPAIRS of minor children awarded to CHOICE OF VJJ OR SIX: '... .till","" 'oro "" .. r.rrr rorllnmlan ilia.
defendant, visitation rights awarded I ...- "." .Mal. ..ra F'e.Iaa ..'.....
Be sure to take advantageof I plaintiff, and plaintiff continue Choose either the 10-h.p.. high-comprejsion Strata -. n tm .../.., It rkvif _11"-0 _
to pay $10.00 weekly for support of
t this !special. You will children has been filed against you I Star V-8 or the lovr-friction, higb-e.mprt'M

All Work Fully Guaranteed want one of these for every and in the you abo\aie named required Court to and serve cause a I i I I 101-h.p. Mileage! linker Sis with free-turning ( IIOK K Or :3 !)RIUIn >

ropy of your answer or pleading to overheat valve. aiMition, t-njijniali' K-r.i ...1"I wiwoth-
member of the family. the complaint on the Plaintiff At- t'!'" \Ia=saving

<'torn.-y. T Frank Landrum Starke. !coin? O\ rlln ." or f'1-\ -ShiftinR (Gin\rntional Dr:
Florida and file the original in thenffuw ;*-9* other t lox-priced car offer* you so much! l OU''I
9 of the Clerk of the Circuit
EILAND & SAXON Court on or before the :21rd day of find smart new Coachcraft It"Jlei. new FulICtnUVisibility !

June l32.; : otherwise the allegations hlmnl"'ttltl* AutoniatiKii, :
We Extend Best Wishes ofaid c.niipiamt will be taken as new : ; OMI. INM

To Every Member Of The l.infe-Pel i lJ you Control' .. ..':! ->ii 1 1'l I'>' :-e" t the I h"'l I ..
GENERAL CONTRACTORSPHONE 1 This notice shall be published 52 Ford ir.-i, i IIIClH" n are
once each week for four consecutive
Graduating Class.'u12litqthy. weeks In the Bradford. County Tele HJllC hOKUDr \11 R 9
3 graph. You can pay more but you can't buy better!
Dated this 2Ist day of May US2
P. 0. BOX 53 HAMPTON, FLA. Clerk of the Circuit Court

By Myrtle T Dealer Deputy Clerk .

Or inquire at Farm, Home & Auto Supply in Starke In Clreult>vnrn Court-TO Ilrndford\TPK\R I{I

County, I
Phone 26-'" Florida: In rhanrery.

F'n.' .,. \ i.--. .jr r. '.., PU.tlf.ff i.:t. : VS Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDA Phone 118

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