Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03171
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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F, Library History


Official County Publication Establishid J 11 1-9:

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*: t County Begins Acquiring New Land Rerouting U. Se 301- -- ShiftsStarke's

ifr __ For Farm-To- larket Road System eJ

i\\' :.-,'Is \\ .t ie set iii, motIOn; thiE. '\'. Haves; -aubdiv :-11'1' Tw

week to. atquin right
r I anothl'i link in the farm-to-market land i\ei to H:uc.s

_jki haro road system that i is be I nmg: to -- -- ---
: thread Bradford County building a well basis in connec-1 I .
like a huge spiderweb. tion with the Sampson Lake drainage "V.J.'c :_-' -' -

At its, meeting here Monday the was accepted by the Commis : .. ti c-J City Council Ends

Board of County Commissioners n. It was the only bid received. S
Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by TelegraphU -

S. Marshall Leo II. Brooker (center) is pictured above a*, he State received notification that the The County Attorney was re. 1,
Road Department had !' quested to prepare a permit for I;| Parking On Tenth
Mctiftned off some 10 acres of property formerly belonging to '.%in. proved the apth '
location ; State '
e Road .
and survey of Department tc I I'I :... .
E. (Billy) Dowlinj at the front door of the courthouse here Monday a portion of "the construct underground .&d s L 4 t.;;;: .
I Lester John drainage i JJ ,.,
afternoon. Snccf'flsfulliidder Elliott Adams (left) of the JackMRriUe road" 'I I C ; b j, .
was I (235)), which will eventually along the north and west sides of I I S And Walnut Streets

law firm, McCarthy, Lane 3 Adams. Behind Brooker ((1 to I form a connecting link between : the county jail lot on Pratt and I

r) are Sheriff r. D. Reddish, W. H. Graham. a spectator, E.:: J. Itovvl-! State Road 100 and State Road 1 Christian Streets.

Inc, former associate In the Dow ling: Auto Sales firm, anti Freeman 229. ,,, A request from A. Y Covington, Starke acquired ,i n.-, \ : ,. ,

Begtoter, local oU distributor who wa* runner-up In the bidding. The portion approved by the j I County Health Director for an 1P2E !lie !1m this %\,ek, and ui j' "

road department '! increase in
for Constructior budget, was laid over several' new headaches

GFC Retains Dowling PropertyByBidding$6,500ForlOAcres out of of primary approximately road 2 funds 1-2 miles consists i j I! for The further Commission consideration.also voted tc ; I II I I I blocking off of Temple Ave am Th

and extends from Road 100 at the discontinue rental of a truck usedto : : tUg the laying of storm sewe'fored

former Merritt filling station near haul cattle found roaming on the heavy U S JIll ti mD '

; Long Bridge in a northeasterly I. stand ate highways The Sheriff was move down Walnut .siren

northerly direction to a point I I instructed ,to secure the necessary As sen-ice stations, restatitaiit-

in NE 1-4 of Sec. 36, Township :;| transportation in such cases. __ __and other businesses along
GFC (General Finance cluded however only a one-half South. Range 20 Tetnoii
The present -I A proposal to build an addition Long awaited and Call Streets
the actual
ration) bid $6.500. to claim 10J I :i interest in a half acre in the southeastern stppping point is about thou1tsand I work of tearing up Tf'mpltI'nu(' prior widening I S. 301 got untlt'rway began to i.>
a < the Chamber of Commerce' the
I this pinch of losing the
week.t left '
aci-58 of land formerly owned by corner of the property on feet short of the the romrete drhewaj in front of DinMns senice Station is being pounded :, highw\
I right building on the courthouse
angle | grounds and :raffle, the Cit Council
Wm. E. (Billy) Dowling at a pub- which is located a tin building turn in the road at the Letter was discussed and then I up carted awaj. At right, huge underground drainage pipe i" being laid along Pratt Street to > took nw

lie auction 1 used the time Johns postponed take care nf low spot near sihool house where water al\\aj' banke.J he.iv measures to smooth the hen''
on the courthouse steps by Dowlings at one farm. I until the Commission !> up following a > rain
receives the : traffic flow along Tenth and \\
Monday afternoon. The Illinois j for livestock sales and later con At present there is .
nothing "in I proposed plans and specifications nut Streets.All .
corporation, In effect, paid itself', verted to their auto sales Lot No. the cards" for the !
the since It held the 3. The other half-interest this tion of remaining por Millard Judd's proposal to tile Corn traffic was stopped ou T.-n
money proper. in the road from the Johns portions of the lower floor of the Shipments Near Peak At Starke Fanners MarketCarlot pie Ave.

ty in attachment as partial satis- half acre i is owned by Mrs. Cleone farm easterly to State Road 229 t county jail was laid over until the line by Wednesday as a drag;;

faction of a $35. 72.31 judgement M. Dowling. (known as the Brownlee cut across the road at Prai'
or old I outstanding indebtedness of the St.
obtained! against Dowling on April This property was attached by Raiford Road). A portion of 229 building is liquidated. shipments of yellows with eight cars loaded out since U 3 Finn the higlvs! grade of digging a ditch for a purtmi

12. GFC following the closing of from Conner Bridge to State Road t I >w eet corn began moving from the May 29. A Urge percentage of given the storm sewer.

ElKott Adams. Jacksonville attorney 'Dowling Auto Sales here in March. 22.1; at the Leon Norman farm, is I The board approved a $5000 Starke Farmers Market this weekas the corn movement is being precooled Melons At BrookerSix Two draglines were stationed

: GFC instituted suit for recovery now under construction and bond of H. A. Lawson as a memerof the bumper "roasting ear" crop II in the market's new Steri i, along Temple Ave. gorging the
the right cars of watermelons have
represented corporation b the Board of Public Ins-true
: on some $37.000 in worthless of way deeds are being neared its peak in production. I j) cooler. been 10-foot ditches to Lay the storm
In the Some 25 secured 1 tion and $1000 bond of Johnnie loaded at the Brooker market
bidding. : checks given the corporation by on the remainder of 229 from its a During the week May 29-June [ Federal-State Inspection started II and cantaloulh'U tmoving sewers in. J. P. Croft, superintendent
persona gathered around to witness I. Dowling in the process of GFC'g intersection with 225 I Barden as deputy sheriff. 1 a total of 5.909 crates and 5.152 I at the Starke market on Wednes- I of the operation tot thr
on into volume
I I next week.
Charles .
the auction but only twc 1 wholesale financing of automobile :I Staike. Hardy offered a site for bags of corn moved through the j i day. June 4. A large percentage i( James H. Craggs Construction ( "

others entered into the bidding. contracts handled by Dowling. I I. At its meeting Monday the Corn I II j. the proposed county hospital, but Starke market with a return tc I'Jof Bradford's roasting ear corn ,1 The Brooker market reported 1 said they had laid 320') feel oiI

They were Freeman Register of Attorney Adams stated yesterday | missioners agreed to start acquir-1 '| the matter was filed for reference growers of $9 861.39. Peak pro. : has some worm damage but I! sales of 50,832 packages of produce -I storm seweby Wednesd.u an,,:
!since '
Starke and W. A. Cook of Waldo. that GFC realized $6.000 froma ing right of way on that portion ot: the hospital will probably dtiction will be reached next week. Rufus Alvarez of the Bayle .i during Mil with a revenueof noon.

Adam bid was obviously to keep i sale of personal property belonging : 235 approved by the road depart. (1b e handled by a committee ap Approximately half of the I'Highway section brought in 800 : J11911S61 to growers for the i The City Council moved Tin ,
| pointed by the
the property from selling for less to Dowling held! in Jackson I II ment. Construction: will not begin governor. I week's shipment moved by rail crates Wednesday that graded month I day to clear Tenth Street and \Val

than GFC considered it worth. I|I ville :Monday This still leave: until title to all land necessary for, The county attorney reported'! nut Street of parked cars dm',in;:

The 10-acre tract has 450-foot ( GFC with around $30.000 in check? i iI roadbed ditches and borrow pits': that he was holding up condemnation -j Fifty-Six Get BHS DiplomasIn Jack Detweiler : the temporary period that Tempt

frontage on U. S. 301 about a mile i iI i|I I given to them by Dowling that ,, has been acquired. ; proceedings against certair Joins Ave. is being widened The ('\11'11

north of town across the highway i; have not been paid by the bank:, ;'i The Commission called for bids:: l. 'property owners in connection with j TelegraphFor cil's order went Into effi-rt thai

from El Rancho Motel. It in- I'Adams,I said. I|i on a motor grader that must be drainage rights of way along i I Friday Ceremony At USO Summer Months night, and the city begun erein!\ :

i. State Road 200 until he receivedthe ... .
"no ..
no later than July 7, parking" signs Wed \
proper land descuptioiih F'iftY-IX graduates of Bradford fi"m former BHS graduation > d.rl.._:
1952. The bids must state theprice pi > r rI rI morning
i of he machine A five and one-half day vacation County High School received thendiplomas c.dure. This year's graduate _Il_ .
I Agricultural Building Opens In 10 DaysThe offered trade The heavy bus and tru. K l t ti.ir "
in the undecorated but: cided to choose
with a guest speaker
in allowance for the No. 12 Caterpillar I pay was approved for expected along those two :-.lrt'I".
dry USO auditorium last '
Frida rather than
have several of their
machine that the county the county'n road maintenance I I made the measure necesbai

first floor of the Agncul-j I with natural colored Floors covered j now owns and 'I the balance of the I personnel The road supervisor night after their planned cere. 1! own class make short speeches It t 1 "We Urge that residents ,alon
I in the
monv washed 1
'tura.t'l5uhdt.t "ill be- ready 'lot with a light rolh..vw pcl183e.) I wu instructed to remove the btlrr.j Partin said that six of the seniors i these streets park in th" u I scrcr.'e | out )v heavy rain.
use within the next 10 days said' venetian blinds and The Commission also closed 1 1 f rom the county jail lot tc have already stated that they are i ways" *laid Mayor J RVUD
I Principal C. S. Partin aid that
A. J. Thomas clerk of the circuit been added. portions of certain streets that '! ]plate it on a designated lot in the entt'ringcolll'ge in the fall Hej I I wright. "It will not only farUita
all of the decorations had been setup
court. The building has been under The County Agent, Home Demonstration fell within the boundaries of the-i northeastern part of Starke. :'I I said that none had personally told traffic movement, but is may -.i\
in the stadium, and that the:
repair for about eight weeks. Agent and the Production him they were going into the service ( their automobiles"
The second floor will be completed I Council Discusses l last-minute rains prevented any : but he thought several students ,
and Marketing AdminHtra- Blanding SpurNegotiations extensive decorating of the USO. The move ended parking 'tit
later. At Monday's Coun- were planning on it.
tion will move into the first tloot Traffic Fire Dept. Furthermore he said. the grad both sides of Walnut (rot, Ten'
ty Commission meeting the commissioners of the Ten girls and two bo 's wert'consldl'ring .
building. uates hadn't practiced the ) St to Jackson St. but ittr\ .\ tdectir
drew a in which And I .
up plan Health FundsThe <
Previous to the allotting of money in the USO and they had taking secretarial parking on the east side nl tim
the Soil Conservation Service ant ':jobs at the University of Florida. -.1
Near to out the : street from Jackson to J.r.-, r < >nand
the Completion I carry program on an '
space on second floor to the
the Home Administrationwill I City Council
Farmers tackled the he "
'i i !>aid They were all graduates ,
II i impromptu basis. I two-way parking smith! I -
occupy the upper floor and Soil Conservation Service and the I problem of removing traffic congestion ,I However the ceremoney wasstill of the high school's commercial! I 1Y"i Jefferson St. to Call St.

will draw up plans! and rebuild Farm Home Administration. the Camp Elanding's railroad spa- along Tenth and Walnut ; ': course and had visited the university -i
impressive Senator Charley The eit.s traffic will
the floor themselves. Commission had been advised moved another step toward con Streets at it's regular meeting recently to take tests for
by E.: Johns challenged the graduatesto
The building was formerly the several of the members of tne struction as the U. S. Army Engineers Tuesday night. The Council decided strengthen and improve their 1 the positions I .- stay in this disrupted .state unit'

old Jail. It's floors have been Woman's and the Humphreys: Go'd- to solve the : next fall at least After fhi
Starke Club that they problem by government their institutions and j He said several other studentI ?I
jacked-up, and.. the understructure duPont mining interests approached i storm sewers are laid, work will
abandoned their plans for parking on the street the American way of life.He I had also taken jobs. both in and I

and flooring has been replaced using this floor as a public library the end of their negotiations, except for two blocks! on WalnutSt. pointed to the progress of: out of the county.ieanwhile. Jack Detweiler. who will receivt | begin on widening Temple Av-

The rear porch floor has also been L The Commission is said E. C. Weichel. general super- i his BSJ The contract for the project faL: !
now waitingwriUt'n science by comparing conditionsbetween !\ the teacher's are degree from the Umversi
redone, and old metal intendent of Humphreys GoH J for b14.."
an completion
stairway confirmation of this mov e. : The Council also gave new Fire the present and the day!, still at their desks They will be ty or Florida School of Journalism( > workingdays

inside the building has been replaced The SCS and FHA wilt remodel I Corp Chief D. W. Carpenter authority tc that he graduated He urged the there until June 13. evaluatingthe next Monday has joined the Telegraph which will fall sometime
with a wooden Weichel estimated that the engineers I next November
one. their offices at their own expense, hire two apprentice firemen ate graduates to set out to make the 'ear's work recording grades staff for the summer

The building has been repainted I I but the cost will be deducted from : would begin work on :1 $-10 a week. Carpenter said that world a better place for themselves ':'on acheuement tests and intelligence months. He is the son of Mr. and

inside and out. Its interior l is I i the monthly rent that these ..o1agencies spur( before June 14. He *ai-I he was working with two boys and their fellow man. i' tests. and making tenta Mrs J. C. Detweiler of Kev"stone: i, Masons Hold
painted in 1 that the and in1
mine were
light and army
green i i the from Bradford Johns' tive for Heights.
pay county. : High School. speech was a d"partnreI plans next year's work.
Mar agreement on the right of
Jack Trawick of the Bradford Young Detweiler i is graduatingwith Ground
way although; no papers naJ been i, I
June I John A. TorodeTo
Induction St. Louis
Health Browns
Cooley Wins i signed yet. !! County Department appeared high honors from the University '

before the Council to ask .
The engineers announced last Head Lions and has won several other Ground was broken III' th IP *
Only one man, Thomas Willie W. for additional funds for the de.partment's Hold School
F. Here
(Happy 'I
'ooley of week that the only thing holding outstanding l award Masonic Temple at Drang!: out
Williams during' his
For Year
colored Lake Coming
Butler .
I is budget.The
Kingsley Lake was elected Constable iup! the spur's construction was I West Call Streets last. f < ,iuj ,.\
scheduled for induction i college career He received the [
through in District Four, Clay certain' real estate negotiations Council decided that be Tn :>t Louis Browns ire holding I j night. Freeman Register' i ,
Local '
He Board No. IS this month. ty, in the May 27 Second Primary> that had to be completed will in Starkeinndit i
report oa June 9. He defeated Wm. Lee of Kt'y.ione mine. i i city could not increase the !i doing the best job as student cor- that bids for the construction -
Four men from Local Board IS :\ and Heights in the run-off. Wm A Smith Co of Kansas $2400 it is now giving to the de. i i respondent for a daily newspaper the new building would probahiv

boards three were transferred from other Jake Johns, long time ctnstable City. Kan.. was apparently lw partment. 19.* 'i both mornings The Brow nVhie' : His co.umn. "University Happen- : be opened within Uie next week
for pre-induc- in this district was ei'ir bidder for the five-mile rail spur <: -.ion', Maurice Archdeacon I The ground-breaking < er'mumbegan
tion examination .Ilngs"j was a regular feature
Thusday. in
inated in the First Primary with a bid of $$272.774. Chief Pickett will f>e here to look over 30 of the as the Rev S K ilagave '
!, the Jacksonville Journal. : the
introductory remarks f
top high school
players in the state
'r Detweiler also won the Sigma M Barefoot thruttt a shi.v-l ",
Sleepy Sailors I Leaves Starke i"ne 30 players were invited tc I
Delta Chi (
i professional journalism the ground, and he was fallow "

I Starke by Herb Thomas, whc : fraternity* scholarship certificate by each member of th. \1.i "

Crash New Car r 7 (' W Pukett is leaving Stark I L represents the Browns in this area I for having the highest scholastic I Lodge and Order of th. ("I i .

&i for Miami today after three and ; ::; L Thomas said that Jack Hazen and j average among !school of journa- Star present.

South Of StarkeA **it:4) a half years' service as Starke' :: Delano Thomas, two fine local I 11 j lism graduates. He is also a memo Attending the ceremon.

1952 Hudson fii.. thief Pickett says he will hurlers will be attending the fiber; of Phi Kappa Phi honorary Mrs. Evelyn Wise, Worth MI.

carrying two res for a while before beginning ,hool scholastic fraternity
Bailors spun off the of Starke Chapter No. 224 I' 'I-
flipped end road. apparently work once mOre. He has no plan. i. F HIT other players well known I The same day he receives hip Gilbert Brown WonJuplui via..
over end, and for a new position. I I
crashed into a to 'hi- area are attending the I diploma, Detweiler will be given of Bradford Lodge No ::;. tA 4-
light pole and Chief D. W. Carpenter who has '
through two fences sessions Eddie Mathews. catcher,'a reserve commission as 2nd M: Mr and Mrs! B T. Th,"
in been I
an Starke
accident assistant fire
bout a quarter of and vV-s Glisson. pitcher both 0 f Lieutenant in the Transportation I Mr. and Mrs C. A. Flilch t
a mile south foi over two will fill
of Starke on U S. 301 3 P Pickett jears Paiarka and Bill Green pitcher,, Corps. He experts to be called I Mr and Mrs C. E Her ,
early Mon- I 4' 1I} I place and i url' infielder, both of to
Byrd. the fall.
duty in
day Rev.
S E.
morning.The j I-tv'. ;. a .- Deloren S Hodges who graduated St Augustine Sparks. Mrs Ann, -

sailors Stanley Kosciiuski I r- last week from Bradford John A Torode local ni dIg The Detweilers have been res- i James Ben Suslow. A H Hi:.,
The Chamber
and -Swede" Sundsten. Commerce idents of Keystone for about twc I I gins. Harry Lappe Joe K, ""Ulk
were reported High School. has been workingwith tnbutor wa' installed as presidentof haa letter from the St. Louiz
in serious I r-.t i years. J. C. Detweiler is technical I C T. Wad, Lavern Outl.i/ '. .
Charles Schmitt ambulance condition by : the fire department since I j the Starke Lions Club WedneJ- :1 CUrJmals who hope to hoW 1'' superintendent of Ilumphreyr Ben Rowland.

driver Saturday ''similar; school here July II and I
for Dewitt C. 4'I day night. : Gold CorpLegion.
P.eSparks closed
th.I '
who home I! i' 1Tb.:: .- Chamber i is now in theprotess
carried them to the Jackson I The installation ceremonies were mony with the invocation
Patsy Kucera : of tont;(( ting them '
yule Naval preceded by chicken
Air Station V a pilau supper I Commander
hospital A
planned outdoor
make further picnn j. '
A r em"n'Alvarez "
after the accident Wins Scholarship I; at which Lions and their I II
Visits Post 56 was cancelled due to the'
Schmitt said that Lionesses joined in a Ladies Night
suf To Music weather and the supperin '. <
t red cuts on his head: and neck' Camp i I observance A feature of the program Wins I the Ameruan
and iI Frank J Falsone of Tampa. Legion' > i
apparently internal I, was a review by Hugh B
injuries Miss Patsy Kucera a member j (''.mmand..r. The American Legion
bundsten seemed to i I Ingram of activities of the Starke Softball I
head cuts. Schmitt said have the mostly of th. Junior Class at BHS has 1 I Lions Club and its accomplish Play-QHs';? Department of Florida, will) pay..an: Milton Mott

been awarded a scholarship to the I (official vis.t to the Jones-Lang
were not critical in-\) I i menta for civic improvement. Misses Graduation
Sheriff p. 5-week FSU Music Camp to beheld The second half of the Bradford I ford-White Post 56 of Starke next

the D. Reddish arrivedat in Tallahassee from June 16 I I Besides the president other officers County softball league got under, Tuesday night. June 10. at the
scene at 5>> 11 Milt' Mot i, Brookei, '
a m approximately % to 18. installed were: C. L. Cum-, Posts' 1 c' >
15 I July Joe Harden was way last night with first-half Win regular bi-monthh metr
irJnutes after the ac- first vice from Bradford High Srw. .
president Charles
cident. He Polaroid I-Mlnute 1'hoto by the Telegraph runner-up for the award. I : Darby I, ner Alvarez tackling first-half r '1 g.
said the car was driv second vice president; R V. week although his name.a*- u"
Miss Kucera was selected on ; runner-up Camp Blanding in the Commander Fal
ing took office
south :one
apparently The unhappy ending to \aration jaunt Is spelled in mentioned during the
at a highapeed. I out the photographs I the basis Knight. third vice president: rerernoiiv
of cooperativenessability : first of double
a header
game as State
Legion Head last
and by the time it had above. Top view hows front end of 1952 Hudson which left Maxie Carter. Jr. secretary; John Septem said C. S. Partm BUS Pr.unpaiPartin
stopped it had I I effort. and general con The second game featured Slade r 1 ber and has since that time spent
turned completely i the highway pkiwfd through a telephone pole an4 two fenrrt beforeit Anderson treasurer; Cecil Sewell, said that Molt wa n"
I:duct as well 8musical ability Gas Co.
around facing ; against Raiford. a newteam i most of his time visiting the manyAmerican
Reddish said north.the I I finally came to m halt. Lower photo shows I'f'at'IM\' of car (out- The $95 scholarship was financed tzil twister; Charles Parker. Lion making its first start m i Legion Posts in hi' able to attend the graduation ex'>

driver board motor in trunk). Florida Power Tamer: and directors J. R. Wain- cises because of a leg infectionHe
open Light ,
(1'h already j from the band fund contributed ,
ently went to sleep appar'l 'I''I'OD 'I'j league play. ;Jurisdiction j between Key West and
pull out of a left turn.and t hand to repair downed electric line. ]l largely by local individuals. wright, J. C. Hobbs Wm. Kronen- Alvarez swamped Camp Blaod- Pensacola. He has long be4'T. went on to say that a gpecta1

hit the left embankment The car j I Others who will attend the berger. Frank Broadway, !sad L G. Ing 12-1 Tuesday to win the first 1 known for his outstanding work announcement of Mott's name wa
tad then! snapped light pole cut out one went off at 5:40: and was! turned Music Kama. lost daring the change over from
began to spin. I Camp from here are Flor- half playoffs. Alvarez held i 7-2!, i in the American Legion, both or
the stadium
to the
line of service from Starke tc back on at 7:30 USO. The
J. H. D Pre, Florida Power am. after the I enoe Brown, Martha Land rUl'n, Buddy Bishop served A3 chair- record and Blanding a 6-3 rec-ri:! I the local and on the state nationa rain washed out the
and I Brooktr Road along State Road plannedstadium
Company's maintenance
Light Company Mid crew had and George and Levy Canova. ::'.at cf the installation committee. I after Tuesday's garaa. I l l level.
that the No. 200 South. He !said tht) power I repaired the damage. exercises.

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r BRADFORD S *r\ m -t+\ --LVI E. L, MATTHEWS 'rTTTTTTTTMTTVTVTTTTTTTVlLAWTEY I went home with her mother and t! R Walters, Doca Raton; Airs T I Lawtey Junior High School wereheld .gram Certificates ,,-' .
;I expect.to spend the summer va- ,IV. Asbell, Mrs. C. V. Turner, and .
in the school ,
COUNTY *' ****** VfTtrag EDITOR \ ca'ion with her. ;faiss Helen Walters of Jackson ; wei' ;> : I lo ::1:,"
evening of last week class _
U/jM/ VIEWPOINT ville. :' '? rm:- '
.t. Weekend guests of Mrs. J. W
TELEGRAPH -#&& *, JP3 PUL..HERSuWription L. II. I'utrhUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1dAAA Hicks included Mr. and Mrs. Bil! Dr. and Mrs \\'. T. Walters wont The attendance was good and ar Morgan.Rev .
< Woife and daughter of Wilf.mg! to Lakt''and mi Tuesday wher- I I unusual program wa presented Edg 11'1.\

Kate: Established III 1879 AdiertMnff hate, ton. Delaware! Mrs. Wolfe is tins they' art now.ittemlmg, the Florid.) The s'udfiits did quite a /.,ood joti'f preach at tV! F t-f
$2.75 Year $1.50 61..). Application :Mr: and Mis H.niat.'n Cook of Hick's daughter. On Monday Annual! C.-;;!,.r. ne'e of the Methodit pteseiif.iifj .in.i il.-iu'ni quo Sundam.-in:r.j
Many:: La. spent several dav'? last Mrs. Hicks and daughter Helen Chin i h ...
I'i.r'; \ ntittn.LZ :'> '\ .iv! .11\i h\: Everbo !1\ N < !
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -... MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION week and this week with hi- accompanied their guests to Day Gral.i.ttt .on oxeuists of tin mg at the Cltl1d\-I.'n <'t' t'.c! pn, b,':!,

brother. A. A. Cook, and family. .. tona for a visit with another ._ '.z..... _....-._- .... _..-..._ _. 't''q'
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It's All Over -- Including The ShoutingDon't have been residing In Lawtey for family.P. .

Some time, moved to St. Petersburg II Day of Jack-'rvilh- .
: These
Prices i
look now but things will seem mighty quiet and dull for the last Saturday. spending the we-k with !nd.uis:::- Mean Cool Savings !
first few weeks of post-election let-down. In fact, some" of the more :Mrs. A. H. Harley attended the ter, Mrs II. E. Priest, and! faimh

political-minded among us will probably be hard put to find something to school and community picnic at Other guests of Mrs. Priest die :' -. .__- .'- --=;0
take up the slack in our interest and emotions now that election's over. the Heilbronn school on Thursday lug the weekend included Alfned, i
One of our West Florida contemporaries, Earl Sellers of the Washington of last week. Donnie. and Ernest Williams .,fLake L .
County News, comments that: "With election over it is time we start j Mr and :Mrs. B. L. Wilkinson City; and Mrs Morpne Sun' ri -
E looking around for other avenues of criticisms, complaints, skullduggery :| and daughter of Jacksonville wen merlin and children of Jackson
and what have you. No use to get in a rut and just not do anything, with visiting his parents. :Mr. and Mrs. ville. Mrs. Summerlin was aK'
, the experience we've all had these past few months hearing, telling, B. L. Wilkinson Sr. over the week- accompanied by an olderon.
Edmund Alhnder. who is
and re-telling untruths on first one and then another candidate. Mightas end.Rev.. enlistedin .
J. D. Robinson, who resigned Uncle Sam's Navy and now enjoying
well have a good time right on. If we just drop the whole business, I the pastorate of the First a furlough from his ba.s.in
things will get so stagnant we might get to talking about Russia and the Baptist several weeks ago, moved San Diego, Calif.
war again -.and who the devil would want to do that?" with his family to North Carolina'last Mr: and Mrs H C. K,'llev NYC fTO Its i

Of course, Editor Sellers' tongue was doubtless just discernible in week. David and Wendell Kelley and s: j

his cheek as he wrote that, but there may be more truth than poetry in Friends of J. J. Smith are glad Mrs Margaret Kelley spent the % ; &IIIII".._. -
r -.v .ue
his comments after all. to see him home and able to be weekend in Tallahassee with th
Quantity Reserved
. At any rate, we're glad the primaries are over with and we can settle out again after a stay of several Grady Kelley family and while I Rights Prices Good Thru Sat. June 7

back to the normal course of business once again. Few persons realize how weeks in the Veterans Hospital at there attended the wedding of ; ,
much commotion an election causes in and around a newspaper office in Lake City. Miss Janet Kelley and Wm. Earl I(1tEI4.: 152 Call Street t
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and Collins. Janet is a granddaughterof I
the final weeks of a campaign. As Editor Sam Butz of the Florida Times- Everyday --
baby son, Larry Cecil, of Jacksonville [Margaret Kelley.W. .
Union commented in a recent column, trying to maintain an unbiased and
the weekend rel T. Walters who has Starke FloridaHomogenized
with Jr.
spent Specials Too !
. impartial attitude in the face -of stronger and stronger demands on the ,
. atives in the Lawtey area spent several months in Cuba
the part of various candidates as the election deadline approaches is extremely I .
Miss Elithe Collins, a former ]i where he was stationed in sereice -
difficult. member of the Lawtey school | of the Naval Reserve, accom'
But it's all over now and in a few weeks all the "slings and arrows" I
faculty and now of "Jacksonville, i! parried 'by Mrs.' Walters, visited Vegetable ShorteningSPRY
will be largely forgotten and perhaps forgiven. There is one thing, at was saying "Hello" to friends in with his parents Dr. and Mrs
least, in which we can all take pride, and that is the large vote cast in Lawtey Sunday afternoon.Mr. W. T. Walters Sr. from Wednesday -
Bradford County. Eighty per cent of those qualified to vote turned out : and Mrs. Frank Wells and until Monday. Other guests.
at the polls here in the first primary, and seventy per cent in the second I daughter Nina of Charlotte Harbor members of the Walters family
primary. Judging by reports from other places, that is as good or better were weekend guests of hei at the parsonage on Sunday in
than the record set in other sections of the state. It indicates a greater I mother, Mrs. Effie Miner, and :Miss: eluded Mr and Mrs H. H. Johnson 3i79ci
:Mary: Ann WelliIary Ann of Sarasota; Mr. and Mrs J
awareness on the part of our citizens of the value of the voting privilege, I

and as more and more voters take an interest in politics, there is boundto

be an improvement in our Government.But .
make the most of this peaceful breathing spell. It won't be long

now until those spectacular national conventions at which the Democratic I Ii I
i and Republican parties will pick their standard bearers for the forthcoming I -1
"O'Sage" Dessert
presidential campaign. Here we go again REASONABLEcharges

I A Salute To Our New Garden Club :I attended with the finest of Peaches No 2i C3- 221/20
i sincere serving bring to us the friendship -

: There is a youngster in town from whom we expect some fine things. i of the :great communities whichwe lb Can 79 "Tropical" Brand
Starke's new Garden Club i is just an infant, but the members can make a serve.
t worthwhile enterprise of it, both for themselves and for the City of Starke 1

I Garden Clubs in general are rather young, the first in the Country Tomatoes No 303 Can"Arpu" 11 i t
t having been started in the early Ninteen Hundreds, but they have grown FLOUR
rapidly in these relatively few years and accomplished many good things. DeWITT I C. JONESPhone Brand I

Some of them have sponsored !scholarships in horticultural !subjects and 7 Stark, Fla.rFuneral Land O' Sunshine
every area in which there is a Garden Club has benefited by the .added

beauty that the wonderful well-kept gardens Florida climate can bring.In it.is possible to have green growing Director Ambulance Service --1\ 5 Lbs39c Sugar Peas No 30311 V2c

things throughout the year, but Nature can do with an assist. The grounds;

surrounding' our homes and our highways can be as beautiful as any in t t Our local funeral hOme enables nj to offer conveniences and *tt } --'=.., .=r,,, .u': >"""' ::::'",.:h ...,. 7 __ _
the Country. The inspiration and the knowledge that a Garden Club can services not otherwise available : r

bring to our community is invaluable t -- ---.r-ese.r._..-, .I ____r..e-epe f I I "DONALD BUCKSuperbrand SUfsrrc; : j
The Garden Club of Jacksonville, we believe, is the largest in the I I
I We furnish thhighest! ,
: type servo at lowest prices and
world. We fortunate to be so near such a well-organized, successful :
are I AM Y lee!
accept insurance policy In force issued by ANY \
club. We are fortunate, too, in their choice of a President the wellinformed I,i : company as payment in part or in full on a funeral. : I MAYONNASE; QtJar49C
and capable Mrs Robert Young. i Consultation carries no obligation

Any civic enterprise is just as successful as the enthusiasm and cooperation _________ I" __________________)
--n'I ..::::r'- .. __ .
interested n'I:: _
Let ; who =
it receive from the community. us are """'2 EI IIIiIF :
join the club, and let us who can co-operate in every way to make the
Starke Garden Club an active and beneficial venture.
Starke can be more beautiful. Bradford County can be more b auti-
ful.! Good luck to the Starke Garden Club in its efforts!

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Don't Give Tourists The Wrong Impression WONDERFULACME ,

Ever once in a while a.. all. And as is usual in most j i you generally can think as he c 'r
tourist will stop at a Florida I cases the best way to grasp} 'iI thinks. Imagine how it
place of business and inquirethe I a point is to put yourself in would feel to visit New York
price of an object or serv- I the other fellow's shoes, and I City and while buying something -
ice, and then add, "Is that the I find out that you paid RECONDITIONED Whole !
price you charge tourists, and 'mlj ?1.DiqJWfJll :I more for an item because you
do you have another one for : were from out-of-the-State. c
natives?" And when he does By BIU. PAL Lsorr1 : I The next time you'd probably ,
he gives all Florida businessmen buy somewhere else. I
food for thought. Forit There are many legitimate :,. D e 3eJ

is manifestly unfair to reasons why some things are 50 (;' .:. .. ;-:-",:
charge out-of-state visitors I ,-. : ..
more than anyone else; unfairto higher priced at one season 26TERMS : I : : p.,
than another, or perhaps a I I
the purchaser and a mightypoor _. :
: : : :
business practice which merchant may lower his wices; *
will result in less and less I for a sale, and in that way
spending by visitors. visitors may that gain: merchants'the IMPRESSION -'': PORTABLE ELECTRIC BIG' SALE OF ( t'OMM.BACON .

There may not be any :" r charge them more. But however I Lb.
places of business in Florida it happens we believe ;! SEWINGMACHINE CHUCK 6scl

which indulge in this practice, ,, that every effort should be I| ARRANGED ,
but that is beside the point made to make visitors or tourists I WE CARRY
now. The fact is that some' understand that the two-i MANY FAMOUS 11"1"" I : If'
visitors THINK that the con- "That dizzy Monde up the price system is not wide-! MAKES OF NEW MACHINES Mount
dition exists and as long as /treet has lisco\ered a nexalnsc \\ .spread and in fact limited to avery Vermont"lb GOCi
they think it is so they are dr\ire i a rich old few short-sighted husi- Sliced i! : Pork Roast o49c
going to buy reluctantly, if at man!" nessmen. "HickorySweet"
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.. ADDRESSESOF CONTROL Sliced! Lb 59 Fresh Caught

Can with Confidence! INTERESTMrs. NEW MOTOR "Yellow
Band"iL 29c Fish Steaks La59C
Harold A. Johnson :ill I NEW CARRYING Squares
Q S E. Sth St. Gainesville. Fla ,v4Alr Y
DEMAND Jacob Rech, 10J-1S 132nd St. CASE -<:!

Richmond Hill. X. Y. NEW SEWINCLICHT Colored QuartersMARGARINE
S? H. C. Rouse Jr. "Z -6-02. USS
BALL pOM| LIDS Platt Ao-24. care FPO San
Francisco, Calif.
c POSITIVE YoYDa Y nel Wm Enos: Hayes: 2ti Court ot BY ACME EXPERTS Pound 19C
Record Bldg Pensacola. Fla
goo Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan Box 343
6u r Allendale, S. C. "
DAME BE TTE$ D. E. Chu:rpion, 309 E. Wa ington St., Garage Apt Ocala
Only 1M1 Jars Come with "POME Lids o>m Fla.

.. i.ca Y Hom Mrs.".t ad H., Fla.I C. Burgett B.53 GIVEN!! SERVICEGUARANTEE COR N 6 Ears29C

.j I Oscar Gnffis, Rt. 1. Box 57 Large c
Valrico Fla. IBUTTONHOLERI Size! 53 Dor Yellow Cooking

Bomb Sqdn.,' 31).') P. H. Borne
l'LGticDilI: : ASB. Tampa: Fla Philadelphia CreamCHEESE ONIONS 3 lbs25c
STARTER WORKSAT Mrs. J. F Thornton. care Hubbard's I I 1 t I II

Restaurant Waldorf Md I WITHIN 150 MILES Duncan Hines Frozen Oranges
Mrs. F. M. Williams S40 Hannah

i I I Ave.Mrs.. Forest Forrest Park,Davis Ill.i 7U W .- - - -thi ti 2 29c JU ICE I 7 99c

210 So. Walnut Street ;114Sth Dr., Gardena: Calif i VACUUM !
Rev A. J. Pr "slt'Y. 916 E I .
FORMERLY I 40S W. Forsyth St.- Jacksonville, Fla.I .
ANDERSON'S GARAGE Beaver St.. Jacksonville Fla. I _Jr. ___
P. II. Haskins, change from ,
would like a free home demonstration at obligation I
I no | Ii i
1952 PACK DIXLNAStrawberries
Will Soon Open Electric Motor Repair Dept. I j Keystone Heights to 120 1 X Tusca ; tome.
willa. Ocala, Fla. i
2nd Lt. Robert C. Jackson Hq

OR EXCHANGED ARMATURE REWINDING I & Hq. Co., Btry. 227th A A A. San I Name __-. ________ ____ ___ ______ 4
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Mrs. Delbert Sterrett of Gaines J. A. Williams on Santa Fe Lake. spending a few weeks during Proc ices. We are getting well established the building under way n .f rakllralUa .. vole with Mrs. Tommie Ruth Young Frank Walrath has gene: |'duce season at home helping his'I Appear
school is
Sunday fall.
enrollingnew Of
EI6COLUMNBy course we will accept Stat of Florida To Inez M r,"-, "
Waldo at the organ. Mr. Ster- to Camp-of-the-Woods in the :dad. .., whose residence i... Iti.utv ..
members Training Union is the money we can get so if
rett sang "Ave Maria" by Schu- Adorondacks. He will spend a Plain Cake R<- ipe North Carolina.
Mrs. Sara McDonald bert. Mr. and Mrs. showing improvement and we one wishes to donate ) You are required to app- AT n
Sterrett sang few weeks with Mr. seal :Mrs. I Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Gamesvi'.K I 16. ISSI, in the above n..' .1!
"0 Perfect Love" as a duet and Gordon Purdy, getting the camp gives us this wonderful plain cake hope to organize the Adult Union. our hands are open. Mrs. J. aid cause, therein plain 'f

' Double WeddingOn in with the elder sister while the Mrs. Sterrett sang "The Lord'sPra'er" ready, and then in July when the recipe: three-fourths Ib. butter We have made arrangements for |I Strickland was chosen as divorce.

May 23 in the Community younger sister. Pauline Tyre, Mr. Sterrett read a camp opens he will sere as counselor 2 and one-fourth cups sugar; pinchof a nursery with Minnie Moore in I I surer of the mission. We 135'O Bradford this County<
Church of 'Keystone: Heights ki walked with her oldest brother. poem. "Love" as the organist Miss Linda Walker is alsc salt: one and a half teaspoons. I all of you to this little mission ) itMies.Witness .
I charge. We are working for an see what I I my hand and offin.il -.' i
unusual and beautiful cere : Irving Tyre. played softly. Traditional wedding going as counselor extract; 3 cake we are doing
an I up tr. July. j cups flour; 8 largeeggs : Intermediate Union. We hope tc tark". Florida. thi May 12, j'-
mony, Miss Zorada Ruth Tyre and Mrs. B. J. Halverston sister of I marches were played at the Maj. and Charles A. Easton and ,' for( 12 small). Beat thoroughly. have a church building near the IB DrcBlt Ce.rf, Bradford C.. I (OFFICIAL As SEAL Clerk) of A. said J Thomas lair
:Miss Naomi Pauline Tyre, daughters entrance and exit of the bridal Bake for hour Florida In CttmrnttTf.2th I Myrtle T
the brides was maid of honor for two small sons of Fort Lee, Va. one at 325 degrees tent and it will take money. We F 1'anKlp. Plaintiff.I. l''a\'r, Deputy cirri,
of Mr. and Mrs. L B. Tyre of Ruth and Mrs. C. G. Shultz was party. spent! the weekend with Mr. and j longer if necessary, depending are all working and hoping to have M. I'.uife'le, Defendant I .. Bldp''' TJ, Hevs.Jacksonville 204-05 Florida ruara> '\

Putnam Hall, were married. Miss maid of honor for Pauline Tyre. Following the ceremony, a reception Mrs. H. L. Ownsbey. Mr. Easton"! j upon thickness. Case No >B. fur rif 5-1* 4t 6; *;

Ruth Tyre became the bride of Both wore dark green net over I was held in Keystone Inn is Mrs. Ownsby's brother. Th y Next week Mrs. Eurie Brown of

William Bryan Stanley; son of green taffeta with hooped !skirts with Mrs. Larkin Weeks as left Monday for Fa. lt>IJI. Iowa Lake Butler will give you a Strawberry

:Mrs. Stella" Stanley of Keystone green taffeta mits and green net hostess.; Decorations were white taking Mrs. Alice Metz, Mrs. Ice Box Shortcake recipe On the ?

Heights, and Miss Pauline Tyre tiaras with white daisies. Both calla lilies and gladioli. The Ow.nsbey's mother home after a which will probably hit the spot go

became the bride of Phillip John carried white shasta daisies. brides' tables each held a three. two weeks stay here with her with lots of you strawberry lovers.

Leary, ,,whose'JCiftI1U''are; both The three attendants. Miss Charlotte Tiered 'cake surrounded by tiny daughter. In July Major Easton Since there are so many frozen !

deceased: Halverson, Miss Patricia Hal- white gardenias and fern. Mrs. will leave for Japan. ;! strawberries now we can make
Dr. J. Ralph Neal former pastor verson and Mi!' Shirley Tyre, all I W. B. Fredrickson and Mrs. Harry Miss* Connie Knight has returned'| this cake easih and ktep it handy.It .

cf) the Community Church; performed nieces of the brides, wore costumes -I Eby cut the cake for Ruth Tyre from Savannah, Ga. where the is delicious i stoprcfi'sh

the double ring'ceremony like those of the maids of and Mrs R. W. Tyre and Mrs. has been in the hospital for se\.1 i
honor that they light jl Fred Henschen for Pauline Tyre. eral I
for both couples. The brides were except were days.
given in marriage by their father green instead'dark. I Mrs. Lucille Godwin, Miss Jeanine ; "Mrs Frank Scott has been ill I I LAKE GENEVA

Isaac Bertdn Tyre, who walkedsrtsrxfcCDsrs Ushers were W. W. T)'re, R. W. I Brown Mrs. Gene Ambrasino and for several days but >s reported j
Tyre and A. P. Tyre, all brothers : Mrs. A. P. Tyre poured. The : recovering, jMr. j I By Blanche Cunningham j
of the brides. I I brides' books were kept by Miss i I
and MM. P. H. Haskns.j
r The brides wore i identical costumes I Loubelle Tyre and Miss AsancBrown.
''I former residents we visitors inj I Mr. and Mrs. A. Burns and
white satin wIth voluminous
; a town recently. They have moved I family of Tarentum. Pa., were:
skirt over a hoop extending I]j i Both couples left for points I
to Ocala and cane back to vote. recent guest1of! the Ray For-
into a train. Tiny satin buttons i: North for short Mrs. Stanley
j trip -
t RTCiicnaiic i I Ed Larson came as usual from I sythes. They expect to make their ;: ,% r
trimmed the fitted bodice which blue silk '
wore shantung
( .. %
future home
Tallahassee for the same purpose. in Florida. n
featured a high neck line and with white accessories and Mrs. ,
j 11 .
I The visit of the mobile Blood I Mr. and Mrs. Giles Phillips and
standing collar. The long sleeves I I i Leary wore gold silk shantungwith
qMr Lo"..4bo4CRS '' Bank Unit which win scheduledfor )fr. and Mrs. A. Wilds of Jacksonville ,..itk
formed points over the i hands. navy accessories. On their ,
: June 5 has been postponed i: spent the past week building ::
\'eiof nylon French Mr. and
Fingertip return Mrs. Stanley will ,
t1t1'OETALIlll I until Ju :'- iy It w 11 te wt upj is I i mow porch and doing other re.
1 -
illusion were attached to tiaras 1I i: reside in Keystone Heights, and I
riu4RAF I in the Woin iu> Club. !pairing and building to their hxxw.cfcere
9( seed pearls, rhinestones and II I 1' Mr. and Mrs. Leary will reside in slf
f orange blossoms. I Jacksonville.The I The Rosary Cl.ih of Ke>stone:; i 'on the lake. Mr. Phillips iY i
plans a Gist fry to be Nld at thc ill retired city employee of Jacksonville
Each bride carried a white pray. I Vacation Bible School of.
Woman's CMj June 13. It l and Mr. Wilds is enjoyed M
r t.raali.Ha er book topped with a white orchid' the Community Church will openon on if
j Friday 'he 13th. Lets hope 4l :at the Naval Air Station I --T I
7.. with streamer! of stephanotis and June 9. All classes will be: II
.. ,.. A --- will tot be jnrucky: and' rain. E. P. has fi n1' ,
.,IR ,/ .aN.I 10Y, lilies of the valley. Their only held in the parsonage which i? Stalling done : again. Ii I
,%_- f.1.t. ornament were single strands of now vacant and has been turned This week he caught: a ?3-4 pound Ii I l1O +
pearls. Flower girl for Ruth Tyre .. into class rooms. The school} will I An'd bass in Levys Prar. ""Red" IF i I s
Was Carroll Wolfe niece of the run two weeks and will close with The Life Time one of the best known fishermen i

..war..w M IK groom who; wore a long dress of a picnic on the afternoon of June i I Of New River FolksBy ,, around here and it gems that it i 1 't

you NO MOB light green net:: over green taffeta 20 at Gold Head Branch State: does not make any different I
-. P Fo Tie Ca kw green milts, white daisies in her I Park- -Jeshle le Lazenby what lake he fishes: tn Visiting i
sctMwc hairShe carried a basket of ( The afternoon Circle of the with "Red" is his son-in-law and &n

Move your flowers In identical costume was Community Church Women ht'!
Marian Be&ilty, flower girl for toureen supper on Friday May 30, families attended New River :Baptist Curtis of Meridian Miss alsi ;-a ?
Watch Wx.rt..nv
Repaired Pautiae Tyre. j at the home of Miss Cleva Carson II Church last Sunday. They,.i his sister and :MfJler-in-law Mrs 0

"with Confidence The 'brides' mother wore aqua I(i i I on Lake Geneva There were enjoyed fellowship and a big :II Margie Hale and Mrs Travis Stall i I t'I

_. JAT lace aver matching slip and a about 25 members and guest basket dinner. Those attendingwere i 1-ngs both of Shtburta. Miss

eorsage'af<< :pink rose buds. :>, present The dinner was one to Mrs. Alice Oliver ,St- Augustine :;- i;i; Merle and Evan D\kes. twin

The mothers of the bridegroomswore be remembered but the best part ; Mrs. Maimee P demons I|daughter I and son of }Ir. and Mrs ; (iit7I

ROBERTSJEHVELRY blue lace over matching slips' was the flow of wit and humor Auna P. Alexander, Air and Mrs ''''E. C. Dykes will visit their sistei I ,........... k4'

with corsages of pink rose buds. ,'. which followed it When three Ed Pmholster Carl Ward, Irs. :j: in Orlando, an: while there they

c The church was beautifully dec !I preachers get together there arc Smiley PmboKter JacksonvilleMrs. ': ; I'I'will I attend the Baptist Assembly

orated with palms fern and white :{i I sure to be some good stories, and I I Tommy P. Johnson and children !- I,I i at Deland.

CARL ROBERTS gladioli :and calla lilies in floor ,,Thursday night was no exct'plion'l of Connectieut.tianll.:: and. Mrs. Luella Tlasteily: or lack

baskets. Candalabras stood on:There were three ministers there; I British West Indies respectively: !I sonville, daughter of Mrs!' HI.im.h

Certified Watchmaker both sides of,the two altars. Pews Rev. Weld who (vas pastor of the :Air.: and Mrs Fred Hazcn. States I, Cunningham. took office recentlv

were marked with white ribbon church many years agoDr.. Far- Attorney and Mrs T E, Duncan I II I'as: new Commander of this .lat k
Your Friendly Jeweler j jI i I I I and gardenias. rar who is retiring from the pul and children, Gainesville; Mr. and sonville Unit No. 1 Disabled

Music was furnished: by Mr. and pit after filling in for more than I Mrs. Purvis Hazen Ocala; Mr-. American Veterans Auxilian d '
I >
eight months; and Dr. Holl whc Dene Thig' ('n. Hastings: Mr. and Business callers in Palatka Monday rag D.MAR.

II began his new ministry in the I Mrs. Erwin Williams St Augus' 'i were Mr- R Forsythe ant' I .6 N aI

I church last Sunday. Ea** madE: .& I tine, )Ini. Rosa: Pmholster. Miss her two granddaughters: Pat and .. s rr wuri ,t

I brief after dinner talk, an ff I iLubedia and Truby PmholterBrooder Janice, Mrs A Colson and Mrs B

I which were greatly enjoyed 'by These families met at Cunningham.yyyyyyyyTYVYYYYYYYYYYYYV.
Our Future the members. There will be xc' New River two years ago an,-

I further meetings of the circle :until -|plan to make it an annual event

Men I next October unless at the call 'he Pinbdistfr forebears were some
Depends on I
#a. of.the chairman. Tbeje v."aSSlime ,,of the oldest families in the church I PINE i '

""A".{;;J.p.Jt.'*}.\ ""'i'"t' t.i*:.,." talk of a watermelon cutting later I :Mary L. Andrews and Ann Mrs. II. :M. McRae ,
(;' :} $ 1T'",, in the but definite; \ the 'A the road.for
61': v; ,";: i ; '_" summer no I Moore oaf Jac.ksom"ill'pent! -top: on an icc-colt) Coke
; : .;,;, .. plans was made. weekend with Mr and Mrs. Che-' ,AAAAAAAA LAAAWALAAAAALRev.

In'.Wtrial sodel "w.;ore: too often ;i The Keystone Heights Woman's I ter Andrews. While: here Mary L j W E Hall, R R Cro> i s the sure way to I travel refreshed $ J HfOTtkflT

pro '$9tribute< excessiwjmjKrtonce> ; to I Club held its annual garden party :baked her daddy a birthday cake, daughters :Mis Lui ia.1 'on I 9

them chine, forgetfaglt b, & ely a tool and silver tea on Wednesday: May; I I Mr. ana: ( Mrs. Reilflfeh Andrews I ner and Miss Glenda Crosby :ot. :, : UNDER AUlHOtlTY Of tilt COCA COlA COMPANY,
a s i :28, at the home of Mrs. Bnlai i had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. tended the commencement; of the ,
in h'andaY-mad. > i
'(""" ,,*,.... it :::1c Walker. Forty-four 'gue'ts't'Ie! i j and Mr Z. "W. Hamilton and son Bible Baptist Seminary at Forl'' '. STAKKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

It ji.jaan Wjnait rebu-u i and train in registered in the get t book wiich I I!['Tommy of Er Oi\t'r. am: Gus Wynn Worth Texas last week Fifty "Cei.'fa r. isJ..J traJitu>A.' 1937 THE CDC*.COlA COMPANY
his ei 's*iJi'f* eei'ciCe l so thatha was kept by Mrs. C. Sipe. Mrs., and Mrs. Delia! Thomas of S'arkt-! four students graduated.Rev. .

WwS'iw J. F. Fredrickson and Mrs Sara i Eenlah Mae Moody{ lec-etved t, Hall will give on Sunday
may.cht ose ri9ht1y. do that II -
V- I ** if.. *$:*"* i if McDonald poured and Mrs. Elliot '! nice T. V. set from Set'ocr and th-' night, June 8. a preview of his tnI'(
l we aba ref ognize contrab W a Powerqreat presided at the punch bowl This I kids on Mother's Day. I abroad. All are :invited to a'tell '
*r '* / "X
t tm man ;il xt .r group of men. was the last of the club activitie1j I Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews! of I, this service which begins :at '

YA : trilognition of the until fall when regular meetings | tale attended church here San' o'clock. Our church bus will mal(. ewi

Divia u.,i ,we 7d ffioreJBiaahr aa.i* safeguard ourfuh4 I will be resumed. i i day anfl -x ere ilinrrHf guests of I the usual round next Friday .n ..

I : ; '' "M 1 f I The Catholic Out; will rrveKtj I Ches and Winnie Andrews. ning for the people that want t I '-

,"""",!,"),"".'<<', \": .., jj" ct n I I next Wednesday. June 11, at F I Felton Moody was home for a attend the Youth Fellowship a liME WAS when I just brightened i

_. A" : ", I p.m. at the home of Nick Bur!> few days leave recently He ha- Branford So be read.un; ,i "1

t""1 ""'.".,__.. .;\,,,,<: :\\..., 4' I Plans were announced for a ou'l I gained weight and likes the Arni> old. 33 few bulbs and sent you

Only .Whets, :: :1'W, .""iaiOwHtoa; it|aad;;; > Hearts tics party to be held on June 13!!I fine- Rev. anti Mr- O. .1 Raul' rand i : Toward>
'< Jr.; also for a bake sale on June with the Tyler Jones family children all of Jacksonville' \ ].

Hghwt f is T+'Bwf--AT,......f ; to'ow..it.,nu-' -....'ol..-. .Progzeul I I I 21 in front of the post office with near Brooker, and they accOmpanied visiting the H. M. and J W1: ,

i, Mrs. J. R. Powers in charge.It her home Sunday afternoon.Joe Raes Sunday

i was reported that the rummage Lazenby and Charles Lewir Mr and :Mrs. Robert Gloo\ :
Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties. sale held last Saturday. May surprise visit Tuesday
paid us a Brooker west Thursday pieMr. :-
:31, was very successful. Mrs F aftt'rnoon. Had a few hours! off and Mrs. B. M. MtRaeRev. (. .

'tN J. Allen was in charge. Plans wen: j iduty from the Navy and ran out and 'Mrs. W. E. Hall 111,1"> .

( ..... FLORIDA BANK at STARKE also announced for a series of ,,', to see how things: were progres!I a business trip to Jai kSoliIi, LOOK WHAT I DO TODAY !

weekly sewing circle meetings to sing. Monday, and left again Tii--d.i\!
I MVr..cw r make articles for the summer' bas ,' Sunday afternoon I went ti; I tor Cocoa w'Lere they atunded Y \

y. Ulemher If/orit/a llalionat (Cjroun zaar to be held some time in I!I Susie Edwards' beautiful church the graduation of theIr gian COffEE MAKER mRICERATW'I (ISON

M ,F August. The first meeting will''' wt'ddingIn Gainesville h'ery'l daughter Miss Shirley Hall I ti :.. \ \ \\
!i probably be next week. ;.thing was recorded and high st-h',ol I Sewing \ \ FOOOFREEZeR MIXER /VACUUM
I I Major and Mr- E. A. Timmms made so her sister Helen in Get MACHINE ATTIC \ NIGHT\\ FLOOR/ // SWEEPER
and their two children have returned many could see it too. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLONG : PORCH UCHTi \, ll HTi \ LAM AAa O /
I to Columbus. Ohio after Mrs Browning is in the Gam SHAVER i /,, TELEVISION/
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I spending two week with Mrs. vine! hospital awaiting a gall bl..el l ? ...... ROASTER /
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I Timmins' parents! Mr and Mrs ; der operation. She had a s 'mar FOR LIGHTS GARBAGE dPUMP :
but is resting
: attack Sunday DISPOSE.
I YOUR IJOOKKEEPINC; I ter now. Bv Mrs. J. I. Strickland SYSTEM--:::.> TOOlS

and all I' Everyone is busy gathering;; pr > AALVAll AAAlLAAAALLALALL F.ANGE YARD RECORD

I TAX RETURNS DONE duce canning. freezing, and selling Darling Austin. a man \' el'! Tc is PlAYER

For A Reasonable Rate it Tobacco is beginning t" 'known to most of the peoplt \
3s be gathered too. this !section of the < oun'n,, 'I! FLOOR DRIER \:IRONER
-AH Types of Business- an-i r. CONDITIONER
Bill Bank! Joe Moody
Sunday night. May 21 He hid INSECT
Drop a Card toW Harold Shiver were home last been suffering from ruar' ir''.ub!' KIUER WOTHf1 Fl PO TABLE

J. DERMODY weekend They are working out for some time His sun Elnif! I l/ ur.HS\: FAN,"

Box 76 Lake Geneva, Fla. of the state at present on electnr 'had taken him to the hospital r DISHWASHER \ BABY -

light lines. I Lake City where he nmalkd *," S CAR 'ri1: BOTTLE
Nan Moody is still suffering treatment Dock a* ht I ihe"! POLISHER WARMER
> from her poison ivy It doesn't 1 known. wa reared in he CHill w- .. ''

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S ,, seem to get much better section )living hire unt,1;! "
Minnie Johns and girls were in few years ago when he n.o\e. rrt r

M't I Midway recently Jacksonville. Funeral s.-it.i ,
JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE I!I Charley and Lilly Ann John of were conducted by R.p.. :

Lake Butler were dinner guest Knight Monday afternoon ,i- J

';recently of Charley's parents o'clock in the Long Branch tiMr ., CHEAP, TOO! Figure it this way: Divide

I fade only by General ,: Pledger and Minnie Johns. and Mrs Lacy Fields .. my bill by 30 da's..and by all the jobs I do

1 Motors Corp. All other j Irvin Andrews is home from thej ,, Mrs. Mildred Avers returned h<"n You'll sec why folks in Florida use more

1 1I Electric Refrigerators are j U of F for summer vacation. Sunday morning after -!J.-.J'! t. electricity than people! in
made by other companiesand I Wild Life Officer M. L Johns i iII ( the week with us. Mildred) pan I mostOll
has back to work after enjoying I other places...its cheap...it's < _== -_ &
cannot use the word j' gone to spend a day or two with ht J S -7'ctan..Itsmout".ItS
Frigidaire. a 15day'acallon.. .sister Mrs. Burke Lioutza in Favet .::.. :::
I see the combine gathering: oat. j teville. N. C., then return :i'> NuI the sure way to enjoy .. fr-;t." <

out our way. There are eome :I port News"a.. where she 1 1.\- -. .....
!Pant A GelluilleFRIGIDAIRE pretty fields, at Hubert Rouses i Mildred and Lacy met a numbe ti = .

'and other places. Hubert is in of old friends while here *- the atitldA
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I California now in the Navy were able to attend th( ref '

THEN SEE Joe Lazenby was graduated last': at the Mission and most oi! "c .
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Thursday from thea'al i people they knew here atten.lthe i' : ;
E. H. SMITH !i{'.I I school and luckily he was stai'tioned '! services there. '!li FL 4 RDA! POWER & LIGHT COMPANYr

at Cecil Field. However i We had wonderful attena n. '

Tenth aad Temple Are. I i I, he's looking" forward to a visit tc i i i at the revival services at the M.;." .

I rr II i I Cuba soon and a Mediterranean ]sion tent. In fact we did nut expect

r Starke, Fla. II j! cruise in the fall. 'I'i so many to attend as w> hat

J I Gene Andrews of Jacksonville is'. a rather rainy week for the serv ,

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Hilda Watson To Wed Pfc. Elmer L Johns I St. Marks Auxiliary Ferry K, who, broke her hip twc I tional scholastic honorary in the \ future for Starke and all l' ,

I weeks ago will be coming home College of Education hear that people in it" .The Hayes
James R. ''BolomeyI Given Farewell Held Q'
Party Meeting
1 I from. St.. Luke's hospital on Saturday I Pat McGriff has been named dress is: Dr. C. K. Hayes :"JI

-' Grand Master of Ceremonies
? .\ delightful f arew ell-binhda}' : The regular monthly netting by Donaghey Bldg., Little Rock A.
F Congratulations to Martha ; his fraternity at the I
Horneof Kappa Sig
.*' party was given Monday night on of the St. Marks Episcopal Auxiliary I Add sights for sore eyes I',
f 'I Hampton who will be initiated j U of F. nice to hear from AnrI .
the patio of the home of Mr. and met last Monday afternoonin fair Long on Call St. in n

-- r MrsJ.. T. Quigley in honor of Pfc I the Parrish House. Mrs. Mattie into Phi Kappa Phi on Saturday I Hayes (Mr, C. K.I t who writer ,Wednesday afternoon '; ,

Elmer L. Johns who left Gahagan, directress, openedthe she was among the !'that "we
Gladys ,mss \Vednes-1 i J upper 11 enjoy every page of i heat finally gets 'em all

Mooty : = day for foreign service in Germany ; meeting and the devotional! I tenth of all candidates for degreesat Telegraph. It's a wonderful way Seems to be all for now
$ e. was read by Miss Clara Lean.an. I
,; the business I the college and was recently ]I for keeping up with the doingf j long .See you in the nv
-- After an outdoor supper, games i During meeting I I
initiated into Kappa Delta PI, Na of our friends. We wish
a bright
and music were enjojed and late plans were discussed in ieudingj! Caroh!
r:; I .
Baptist W. M. U.Circles Starke Woman Club in the evening the beautiful birth : several boys and girls to the i! -- -- -- -- -

Hold h day cake was cut and served with various sessions at Camp Wee Honors BHS Grads
fi i :' /.1Y.
this summer. It was with regret:
1 Ke cream. Vases of lovely sum- .: + '

Monthly MeetingsCircles With Lovely Tea m,T flowers were used m decorating that the resignation of Mrs. H.. C w ., tl.,. r- . .

I :, Brown treasurer was acc pted.bars. '

of the Baptist W. I. U The Starke Woman's Club wa,; +ts"fi The families and about 20 intimate Herbert Thomas was classed [' ,,; 4 M '

held] their monthly meetings Tuesday I the scene of a lovely tta Thurjday 't i Y e[ friends of Pfc and Mrs to fill the unexpired term. Mrs [ ::.: __ _. J FOR THE BRIDE-TO-BE.VALUE? PLUS ..

afternoon. afternoon of last week frorrI Johns were present to enjoy this: Al Kay Carlisle also resigned aF' ; .'

Airs P. M. Barefoot was hostesr I four to six o'clock honoring meet occasion. Promotion chairman and Ctrl! ,: ,. THIS BEAUTIFUL 6 DIAMOND I SET

to the Daisy Fowler circle. Her j; bers of the BHS senior class their .. ,.... ; Mr. Johns received many useful Scout Leader as she i ileixmu; v \yr i/ F
and teachtrs and mem I r for the West Coast. o Perfect center 5 smaller fn quality '
home was attractively decoratedwith mothers I ? gifts suitable for his service over- soon ;;, i\y Y& .i diair-orfls. yl low gold rings, quality...
gladioli and hydrangeas.Mrs. bers of the senior Woman's Club !I ; ; Basal including a handsome got! < There will be an all day \\oik / $$140 thr ug o t..compare and you'll be V

Carl Mathews led the devotion Hostesses for the occasion weie watch a gift of his wife, which party at the Parnsn. Hou ,' nex ; satlsf i, !. }
I ] i.
"' I Mr.[ and Mrs. J. A. Watson :
Woman's uBnx
of the Junior June 9. and all fl1'mb'rf
members Monday
and had charge .of the program I was presented with an appropriatepoem. eo
in the absence of Mrs. Lex Club. i :ksville are announcing the ; are urged to be there and arc .
chairman. Those Pastel arrangements of seasonal' '( engagement and approaching mar : asked to bring sandwiches, cake Exactly AI Plrturl'd WILLIAMS JEWELRYv ; \ O
were riage their daughter }Hilda ; ,
bars flowers and native gree/iery or some food item for lunch.
H,4L .
taking part were in decorating the auditorium. Lfula Watson, to James Robert1; Altar Society Holds ,-.. .o, .o, ..'...". .'. .'. .', .'. ", .', .'. .', .'. ,'. ,'. .'. ,', .'. .'. ,.. .', .', .' .' ... .;t
Brownlee and Mrs. J.' E.'' Futch., used white color motif, the : Bolomey, son of Mr. and Mrs. E Final Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum chairman 0 v v ',' .: v 0 0 O O v v'c'"u'. . . '. ..' ..'. ... .,.. ..... ........+- -' "'.-j+J-
Brownlee had'charge of a A red and MeetingSt. of Christian Education,
Mrs. colors, was used in E. Bolomey of Cranford :\. J. presented ....-..-.-. -..-.-.-.-....-.---------------------------
short business session .in"the absence senior class an interesting progvau. or. .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTryTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTY
of Mrs. Maxie Carter, circle II the decorations. The tea table. The wedding will take plan Edward's Altar Society held the importance of the Holy Spirit i A & P 4!

leader. The. meeting closed with overlaid with a white linen cloth, Sunday afternoon June 15. at ;2 its final meeting of the season on and on Symbols of the Church C : PineappleJUICE46 : ,

by Mrs. Bro mlee. I was centered with a graceful bouquet o'clock at the Fiat Methodist Tuesday evening in the Parish Next month the Auxiliary will be ..,,
prayer ozcon
and Church in Brook ville.No r
Refreshments were served dur I of red and white gladioli house. the guests of Mrs. Quattkbaum: i 25
white invitations are being issued Mr > :
ing the social hour. flanked by burning tapersin Steve Simmons, president at her home on Kmgsley Lake. '
I but all friends <
I of ,
crystal holders. All appointments couple aie presided over a short businesssession After the meeting refre-nment: i .4
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circle met at the crystalI ] I invited to attend. \ ,, 4
The Ida Darby on the table were after which a surprise were served by Mrs. Matin: \ ----------- --------

home of Mrs. F. F. Flume with! and silver. The punch tables were farewell party was given for Mr Gahagan and Mrs Della Hoovei' : Kitchen Charm :

Mrs. Florence Moore as cohostessThe i I enhanced with fern and hibisCU3. TwoHundredAttend Paul Keleher, past pi evident of1 I

meeting was opened with sentence i i i Receiving the guests were Mrs. !I the society who is leaving in two ,.,. Wax roll j ,
I Given r PAPER 19C1" f
I Stern Reception
prayers. Mrs. W L. Andrews W. E. Dowling, president of tht i I weeks for Memphis. Tenn. ",

leader, held a business Junior Woman's Club, Mrs. Vernon 1 Piano Recital Airs Keleher was presented with For BHS GraduatesA .

period with reports of chairmen Silcox, Mrs. John Torode, Mrs a cosmetic travel kit from the \ ________ -I .. ___ ___________

given. The circle was honored Ned Yancey, Mrs. A. Z. Adkms, Miss Louise Stern pi(' t'nthl her members and also a gift ofI I delightful reception wa- held C : Ann Page Salad 1 lb. jar :

with a visit from their pastor, Rev. Junior club sponsor, and Mis! pupils in a piano recital Thursday cologne from Mrs. Beatrice Cooper]I i last! Friday evening following the

Haines. Mrs. Dave Paulk, program Julia Lawson, treasurer of thesenior evening of last week at 7:30: of Keystone Heights, who was ,J J graduation exercises at the Maurice j :

chairman gave a talk ox j I class.Appropriate. o'clock in the U. S. O. building j vice-president.. I Edwards' lovely new home on W .I r, / MUSTARD 1SC

the topic "Light". I I music was rendered Attractive arrangements of early Refreshments were served dur Madison street. Hostesses for the t f

The next meeting will be held I: during tea hours by Mrs. K. G summer" blossoms with gladioli ing the evening. i i affair were Mrs J. Maurice Ed : 1, 4
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at the home of Mrs. Ira Wilson. I I Duncan and Mrs. L. A. Canova. predominating were set at point* I The next Society meeting will'' wards Mrs. Carl Johns, Mrs E. D.i t Ann Page :

Mrs. Flume, assisted by Airs Pouring punch were Mrs. Steve I of interest throughout the audi be held in September.Presbyterian Tenly, Mrs D. W. Carpenter and -

Bill Epps served lovely refresh. Simmons, :Mrs. Doyle Hazen :Mrs. 1: torium. :> Mrs. Frazier Shaw.A gal

manta A. E. Futch and Miss Lillian j II: The Steinway piano was form Women i. profusion of early summer cut ,, VINEGAR 69CI ;

Stump. ished by the F. O Miller ('0, o!!]I flowers were attractively arranged ,, f
in entertaining I I Jacksonville. I Met Tuesday NightThe throughout the home with red and fruits andvegetables '
WCTU Plan ProgramFor I Those; assisting t -1-1.,,_ ,_,.. ,,________ f
were Mrs. Al K. Carlisle :Mrl'1 Following the recital the 2001! I white, the BHS senior class colors i 4
Women of the Presb.tartarchurch Dixie 1 Blue Rose
Thursday. NightMrs. Guy Sale Mrs. Eldon Hardy. :Mrs. 1. guests were served cake and : | predominating. Greeting guest Lily 4 4

I A. B. Baker :Mrs. S. G. Denmark ;; punch. The punch table was overlaid met in the Sunday school at the door were Mrs Edwards 4

Virgie Avery, president, '[ and Miss Evelyn Stump. ': with pink and white crepe room Tuesday of last week for! and the Misses Shirley Shaw. Joan RICE 240Zpkg21C 4 4

presided ovr the May meeting of Richard T. Fowler, general Irs'l paper with a center" arrangement: their' regular monthly meeting I'I'Irs. Tenly, Shirley Carpenter and 4
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after. C. C.
led the
WCTU held last Friday I I Wynn
the the lovely affair, was assisted ; of roses and dames in a ciystil l Carolyn Edwards.
noon. The devotional was led by man of : bowl. Mis J. R. Kite who had j -"_. ,, .,_. :
by Mrs. Vernon Silcox Mrs. The tiny cakes were iceJ 1 The refreshment table was overlaid .vNN. -----------------

Mrs. Jennie Thornquest. Leslie Biggs, Mrs. S. G. Denmark in white with pink rose: biuis. The charge of the program prt'sente.I'' with a lovely lace cloth and C Sultana Pork &

Announcement was made of the Mr Tom Hazen. Mrs. W. E. Dowllng !- two punch bowls were set at either Mrs. Evelyn Cooper and Mrs R t centered with an arrangement of ore Thrift-Priced and 4 4

forthcoming Temperance programto ; Mrs. A. B. Baker. Mrs. J. U [: end of the table with Mrs \\'. BMundy .. P.i' Stubbins who showed the film i red and white roses and + b can 35C 4 4

be presented Thursday night, Jr., Mrs. Ned Yancey. Jr and Mrs. E. L. Matthews and narrated on "Stillman {College sandwiches gladioli.I'I' 4
Chastain Open-faced
June 12, at 8 o'clock In the annexof :Mrs. John Deas, and Mrs. Eldon pouring. and the Sunday School extension"! xidual cakes were served buffet i rushed to you at the \ 4 4
At During the social hour Mrs. B i 1
the Gospel Tabernacle. MN! Stern was assisted in I .4
Johns ,
Hardy. style. Miss Sandra presided NNNMI--------------------- .
this time Miss Patsy Kucera an Each senior upoii arriving was I serving and caring for the guests C. Holtzendorf and Mrs E. A[. over the punch bowl which was i, peak freshness : Nutley 4

entrant In the speech contest, willgi'e a gardenia corsage by 1 I by several mothers of the piano; Davis served lefreshments I surrounded by :'rn. Recordingfwe"e 41 4

her special reading. Other presented students. On Wednesday afternoon of last I ._ ... lb. 4
I Mrs. Frow 1 the receptior N. --- .NN.
Mrs. Tom Hazen played
young people will participate and Strickland[ and Mr Doyle Hazen I i week the board of the Presbyterian hours.[ Ruso Frozen 12 oz. ;k;. j OLEO 19C 4
been 4
an interesting program has JW.S.CS. Circles Hold'' Chinch met at the home of Mrs About 100 guests 'nJoyed the 4
prepared. The public is invited.PARK E. M. Davis to hear Mrs. H. Alordou 4
Party : affair which included the sons | NN..NN.._.---- __ 4Foss
Surprise Monthly Meetings president of the Suwannee STRAWBERRIES 25
of the hostesses Ann ,r
Swindall Presb>terial. I and daughters Page oz. Anti .
For I W. S. C. S. circles of the Ietl\o.. and members of the BHS gradua :
dist church The ten members present were tion class, their teachers and par. i
held their monthly!
Mrs. Harry Lappe and "[rs. 1 served lefreshments by the hoste --m- KETCHUP 19C
1 meeting the first! of the weeK.lrs. I ents. !
entertained at a California
w FLA. Smith Denmark after the business meeting.The I large .
TARKE [ .:\ L. A. Davis, leader of fit-

delightful surprise birthday the party : cle 1, was hostess to its menher! Pro-bytenan Women of the u __.-... ....___ ,s
June 6 7 Tuesday evening at Lappe I Church Circle 1. will meet at the Enjoying a lunch follow<'
Fri.. Sat. ion picnic
Swine i Tuesday morning in the F..hl'I CANTALOUPES 29C AppleJELLY
DOUBLE FEATURE home honoring ReHomer I cational building. Mr*. L. DiVining : home of Mrs. J: R. Bite Monday by Canasta at the J. M. "titehel''cottage 4 4

evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs Evelyn on King ley lake Tuesda' 4

TARZANAnd dall.The refreshment_ table oveilaid! I presented an interesting Cooper will be in charge of the : Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Mrs .. : lIb. Jar 21C 4 4
cloth i program on Dr. John Brans<.omcjof were .N NN '.N.NN.N.---- -- --
lace war r
with a beautiful I Mrs F. F. Stump.
which Orlando who has been nane.lI program. D. 1: Knight I Golden Ripe 4
centered with a punch bowl '. 'olman, Mr. Bertha t 4
Circle 2 will meet 11'eduesday Mrs \\ H
I "Methodist of the Year" by the
The AmazonsJohnny i .
was surrounded by fern, carna June 11 at 8 o'clock at Pearce, Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mr MWN.IN.N -mm <
evening i|
World Outlook
Well l11ullpr and Brenda tions and daisies. At points of i I The devotional magazine.was given by; the home ot' Mrs Robert Chapman 1 i E. S. "fattheu s, Mrs. .J. H Ritch BANANAS 21bs lSC ; White House large-j jar 4 4

Joyce: interest in the living room were and! ', "Irs. W. E. Middleton and tile All membeiaie urged to attend and Mrs. T. H. McXeill of New Apple 4

AND handsome hydrangeas bouquets On the of buffet gladioli in the '!meeting was closed with praeriby Smyrna. n. __............ t BUTTER 19 4
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Mrs. T. G. Mitchell.
Stagecoach Driver dining room was set the attractively j 1 t Fresh Blackeyc or Cr. : 4

decorated birthday cake I Circle 2 met in the home of -.NNNNN.NNN.N.--------- 4

Whiplhon and Fuzzy Knight iced in pink and blue with the in 1 Mrs. T. J. Griffin Monday afternoon E 3 ibs. White House Skimmed 4 4

Also Serial and CartoonSun.lion.June scription "Happy Birthda)'" and ,; with her sisters Mrs.[ CVui PEAS 2SC : 4

32 candles. : hitch and Miss Annie Darby, a>- t C M t all cans 4 4
; 8, 9 MILK 2 11C 4
the recipient .
The Rev. Swindall was : sisting. Roses and gladioi uer.j .N ._mmmmmuu 4
of manv lovely and useful gifts j j used as decorations. Mrs. j. H 4
from the 50 guests present. :; Ritch, circle chairman, amt MiT K Iceberg Large Heads : _________ __ 4 4
STRANGE DOOR Assisting the hostesses in serving : tus Olson gave goals of the Like I aid List wt-fk the parade it around the first of Aug \i A & P Grapefruit 4 4
for the the lakes has started nnwthat Miller remrnued me sh '"'
Johns and Maggie
Dorothy 4
were Miss \\ S. C. S. for the year, The I
school is over Virginia| was, a blushing bride 21 years 'lg.; LETTUCE 29C CE 4
Charles. Laughton, Boris Mrs. Alice Fillyaw.Lake devotional "Diligence- Fruit of oz can 4
Karloff Smith neglected to tell me that 1 she and George celebrated the JUICE 46 1 5 4
!! the Spirit" was given by Mrs; I. P. I 4
Cartoon and \.'\cs!. Party FollowsGraduation !i Shepherd. An interesting articleon she, Junius and boys moved tc I anniversary last Sunday ami! E-.NN .N..____...m.mm : 4
their place on Kmgsley around the orchids to Fred and Eva 'Ur1 r 4
Exercises Dr. Branscomb was ;given, by Fresh Lima : __N._____ _..__ __ ___ _.._..__ 4
Tues., June 10 ONLY Airs. F. K. Ferryman. first of May St.and Ruth who celebrated their 41st! wtildri;"; t 4
I Simmons and family are renting anniversary on June 3 E H t Clorox 4
Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mrs. A. 1 Mrs. Bitch invited the curb:- ; ih. 4
FORCE of ARMSWilliam j I the FuUh cottage on King-ley for Smith celebrated his bath bll"hdaanniversary > 1 4
[ Z. Adkins entertained at a lovely ir.pet with her at her lake home BEANS 1 DC 1/2 gal 4
I the summer .the E. D. Tenlyf last Saturday \einn;;; > BLEACH 27C 4
HoKlen. Olson "spend I the night" party for a few in uly for luncheon Retre Xanoy hump
are spending the month of June at at a quiet affair at
Cartoon ands members of the young set at the : manta were served to (;.e 19 n.m: 4
the Shipman out there This weekend quite a gn.up\ ct! > .
cottage -N.N.-- - --------- - -- - r.
1 latter's summer home on King- I I hers present by the II'MUSMM. '
the A. Z. Adkins and the Gene the younger set will] enjoy. an '''i' Regalo
( ley Lake last Friday evening fol. ;, The following officesere : : Super Right Breakfast .
Wed., Thur. June II. 12 Matthews won't commit them ing at the Sea Horse Hotel :

DOUBLE FEATURE i lowing, the graduation exercises. : elected co-chair MI Millar! "selves when they are moving out Daytona Brachthey are :M.ir-:, / J lb. 4 4

ON THE LOOSE The young Friday folk evening enjoyed and a swim.late ''udd; sec. .-Mr'.. I. P. Sheiherd.; but look for them to leave any day Sue Epperson. Mary Ella Turnoi!r i POP CORN 1/b JJC BACON SSCI <4

supper I tlt'arIro; J. II Fields; spiritual now and Charley and Ted Johnmo'ed ? Marcia Hazen. Ann Crosbx :Mn\ 4
Juan 1 a'anv, 3dvin Douglas : ming following breakfast on Sat life--Mis. T J. Or.ffln. Chris 4
out to their summer homeon Frances Hazen Pauline Gav. A'ir '.. __ __ __ 4
:1NDCAPTAIN morning. i Mj v- --NL----------------- --- ------- s---- I.I.
urday 4
social H. ,
tun Mrs.
l'U:.IW'- Moncrief. lathHIII'
Crystal Jimmie
on Wednesday I Johns
Enjoying the affair were Florence 'j !.ichr iris: mcn'.b-i *t'I'! "Ir!!. A. and Marth i f Grade "A"f
Duncan 'I Reddish wa< among the Kelly Patsy Kucera
CHINAJohn Brown. Margaret Rose j F. Souls", and Mis-! Kale Struth. the >
CresslerBen college students who came norm Landrum and chaperoning > Fla. Dressed and Drawn lb. 4
Kucera. Ann
Patsy I 4
rajne, Gail Ruscc 11 Xorth. Earl Norman and Ter Circ'e 3 vet n,"', y.is ..1.Ciod. I, for the summer from V. of F. group will be Nina Bishop and > FRYERS 41C 4

AKo News Keleher. leader, with 12 members present Billy Cressler and Bert Xewcomb Dot Epperson .glad to h, ar + 4 4

ry | Mrs. J. F V4? .-,-ttb ratty the de-,. will leave Saturday for Baker Alfiel Mooney has returned E Madisoi to herapartment **. f-ff nt ______________________________._N1.N__._______ _____ 4 4
.'I''xo.'onal, on Li0 subject "Ln\e" the i Calif. to join the U S Coast and I at. SOS : 4

iiil.orent right of every child. Mrs Geodetic Survey group which wil! street after being confined in the Ready To Fry 4 4

FOR SALE ',>'rod tolj '.f he eva 'uati-jn ,'f> work through Oregon and Washington 1 Alachua Hospital with a brnk'r Quick Frozen lb. 4

tiiildren at Ine'io: Korea.: for three months find hip sorry to hear that Sonja > WHITING 1 SC 4

,. Joan Tenly holding down the fort I Anderson is quite sick with Car > 4
180 ACRES GOOD FARMING 1 .e Ho :r.r oifi-e:'IV TC ?p- 4
while Judge Perryman is up in man measles .also regret tr 4
.inted ci lc
p( : co- : Mrs I. 7" :' I
I Ga. for the weekend see hear that George Powell i* !stil.: .. 4
:Tombtreas MrL Bertha Pearce;: 4
LAND I I'; Louise Adkins in after 3 weeks, in the ; 4
part-timing unconscious
.. Ann
:, ct !:rs Ecton J.-ru.ir.: tp r.il3' 4
Life-Airs.! Emrl Lowell' C. S. re''j:I Koch's .and hear that Sara Roseberg Hospital. Oregon. from .SALDRtSs G-m-- Pgeqt.mW 4

j l..hons--"trs. .. W. .. j Williams is now subbing down at injuries received when a big lime 4
Located Paled Road 1 1-2 Miles South of New Ricer j 4
': 2. i Kissimmee for a couple of week fell on him while working in a 4
A. Adkins
and about 1-2 Miles North of Hrookcr I :mmbtr.hl:; ? '.1.l;.s L. D. bocn. ;' i at the Western Union there timber job. however, the family : __r.NNNINi.1.NNMNMLMVNN--N.II,.I N-.i _N.N- 4 4

i I Sandra Johns and brother. Car'! I! says he i> slightly improving Corned Frey Bentos cant 4 4

Three Houses[ about 50 Pecan Trees. Fruit Trees --- Bradford 4-H Club LaMar. and Evelynn Newsomr art Cecil Sewell U going down tr BEEF 39C 4.

Partially 1'encedPermanent Stream. Timber Resen i spelling off each other on ::!l-hour I the Municipal hospital Tarrpa <4 4Plain

12 Months. Furnish Full Warranty Deed '!Holds All-Day Picnic .duty at the Temple Tourist Court today to have the cast taxen off 4
ed for while John .MNNwN.MN__ "._,_________________________________________N..I .
and Transfer Oil and Mineral Ili hty i Doris and Ralph Eegue arc his leg sorry to hear that
1: The Bradford 4-H Club girls hail:! vacationing in So. Fla. this week ( Godwin is quite sick in St Vin [ I lona ;

'an all-day picnic at Bill Reddish;i Barbara Colley is helping out cent's hospital following a serious

PRICE $42 Per Acre CASH or TERMS home or. Kmgsley Lake last Sat at Stump's while Lillian Stump ic [ operation on Tuesday way or Self-Rising } |J /Ibs. $1.69|

urday Most of the day was pen1: down m Miami attending the Par shocked to hear of the death of FLOUR

| m n+;mmmg off Reddish's dock Amencan Fashion Mart and alsc Helen Strong (Mrs Harleyi, wh

I The the a buying down there died on Monday and was buried _____ .
girls making outing't'ton spree > II ,,_ -I NIN __ ---.NIL----- --- -
Contact EDWIN W. PECKP. were: Anna Ruth Crosby. Beverlj r Hear wedding bells: will be ring. 'from the J. Austin Dillon funeral *

Jo Crosby, Joyce Crosby Delore r ] ing June 15th for Hilda Watson home in Atlanta Ga. on Wednes uu m A & P FOOD STORE 4
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0. Bo346 Gainesville, Fla. Newmen, Marilyn Cox, and Linda''I (beautician from Ruby Johns and Ida' ,}' .also regretted to hear i 4 4.
effective thru Saturday
Prices in this ad
Cox. James Bolomey .and rumor: that Etta Hoover (Mrs JoPi) fel1 4
i I I t The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co 4t
Phone 3453 or 5119 : by :Mrs, j are flying around that George and broke her upper right arm
They were accompanied .1 I I June 7th. Entire Contents Copyrighted 1950 :
Dorothy Ross, home demonstration I Flynn, ]r. and Betty Jean Braw Wed. a.m. while wording around
Or C. F. BATEtIANPHO E 3846 ley of Tampa plan to middle-aisle the house her Aunt Mary .. 300 East Call St. 4
agent. .
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i Chief Paul Keleher from tM I Mrs. V. S. St John and granddaughter Dr. J': Maxie Dell, Sr. of Gam s- Junior Womam's Club Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong left-I Mr. Red -tchum of Gainesville
Naval Air Technical Training Cen Sharon Clauff spent ville was the weekend guest of
Monday for their summer home in visited Mr. and Mr" Harold
ter at Memphis Tenn.-was home Wednesday in Archer visiting :Mr. I Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns Holds June Meeting ... 1
N. Haztlwood
Waynesville. C. where they .il' from TuesU\ t II' fhuls
for the weekend and attended hir St. John who i is!! in business there.Mrs. I Mrs. A. M Pettit of Gainesville
I son Terry's graduation from BHS Joe Wilson and Mr. and? ':was the guest of the Johns or I The June meeting the Junior stay until October. day of last week

Friday evening. Mrs. Keleher will Mrs. Inman Green are vacationing Wednesdaj ,' Woman's Club was held Monday . . . . . . . .
IN THE NEWS join .her husband ih Memphis ir at the Weeks cottage on I Mr. and Mrs. Al K. Carlisle 'I evening in the club house with .
two ...weeks while Terry left Sun Kingsley lake. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle attendedthe Mrs \v. E. Dowlmg. president! .
day for Boulder Colo. to join hip I Mrs. J. M. Brownlee is spending Melin family reunion Sundayat I Presiding.A WILL .

Murrhee of Hilliard brother Denny, and sister, Marcia several weeks in Metter Ga. Lake Kerr in the Ocala National report was given by Mrs R.I
W Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Redding of Miss Ruby
I and his grandparents and will also' visiting her on-m-law and daughter -1! Forest. T. Fowler on the tea given last i

Jacksonville were Sunday guest I was the Wednesday guest of Mr. work in Boulder for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson:; ;, Sally Ann Enperson is spending Thursday afternoon honoring; the ,!

cf Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. Capt. and Mrs. F. M Williams I and is also under observation at the weekend with her grandparents | BHS senior clasx Mrs Lesli'B'ggs I 9atJLh7
Mr. and Mrs G. R. Rogers ofi, Miss Joan Dmkins. student at I [ announced that the i
and son. Rickey of O'Hara Field,I the Kennedy Clinic there. Mr and Mrs. R. L. Richardin annual
Gainesville spent the weekend U. of F., returned home last Thurs Oak Park HI., former resident Mr and Mrs. Edward Charbon- Jacksonville.Sen. covered dish luncheon will be -- -

with Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Lan day for two weeks vacation wit' of Starke were visiting Capt j' neau of St Petersburg, former and Mrs. Charley E. Johns- given July 10th at the A. Z. Ad-'I' ..

drum and family. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. F.i Williams' father, T. S. William residents of Starke. are spending( spent Monday and Tuesday in kins' summer home on King-lt>\ TABLE COMPLIMENTS ?

Mrs. Bertha Pearce returned Dinkins. before returning for the :,: and friends here the past weekend the latter part of the week with Tallahassee. lake : .

home Sunday after spending the summer' .of'IS-ion at the universiU before going to Moody Field. John! Uglow and Mrs Carrie Ward. Mrs Colin Knight and daughter,, Mrs T. G Mitchell. religion'I :

I past month with her son-in-law,, Mrs. Paul Keleher. Mrs.[ Robbie Valdosta Ga. where Capt. Wil i Mr and Mrs. W. H. Winner andMrs. Pats>'. of Jacksonville and Mrs. chairman presented a programand f-t '
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and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W Shaller Mrs Jim Brown Godwin hams has been transferred. Mary Hammond of Columbus. J H SUrrency of Hudson Falls colored slides on ResponMbiht\ / = ti

i I G Godwin in Port St. Joe. I If and Mrs Henry Stefanelh spent Charles O Moye of Shaw Field. ., Ohio returned to their home Saturday N Y. were Sunday guests of the in the Home Sh.'as! sisteii, .i t'I !I r. / / ri/

Miss Meanne Pollet and Buddy Thursday afternoon of last week S. C. visited his sister, Mrs. G. S. ; after spending a week with i I P. M Barefoots. bMt: John Ti'Mult. \.I. ,t -_; ;;' try(
Mr J Dr. Mrs T. G. Bitch and hiss: ;; the ., ,il h"MI, -dt -,:'.: ,>- ... ,
f Mathews spent the weekend with: in Jacksonville. N'ewcombe. and family on Sunday I and :\II'!- A. M Sieg and alsc I and J 1."" : tJ
ntwuo -il,I h\' :\11".J I \',' '- \
Buddy's mother Mrs. Emmalyne : Mr and Mr- K G. Duncan and i, Larry Gibson entertained at a attending Pat Sieg's graduationlast I son Tommy of Jacksonville are 'I p )
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I Brats! t'1: : F'!" \ :MM' k '1\ ; -
dinner two weeks at the S R i --
Mathews in Ocala. I daughter Margaret Rose, left ,I surprise birthday party i Friday. i spending b -- I
Saturday at : i \\'. H. Smith sold (' Johns cottage on Kmgsle Lake. 1 I land '\ /_ \
Miss Ruth Edwards, student! Tuesday for Atlanta G:;. where I evening Metger's! recently 1 t /-" \ A-
rurse at St. Luke's hospital i?: they will be the guests of Mr ( Cafe honoring Mrs. Gibson. Help- ;I a acre farm on Rt. 301, South of i i Mr. and Mrs J. B. Dansb\ of I I II TllrS T- ,

I home on 28-day leave with her and Mrs. T. H. Troutman. When | ing to celebrate were the Gibson:Staike, to Michael Berry of Miami I Perry Were weekend guests of Mr .

parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ed. they return today they will bring;: children Jerry and Gloria, antiMr. I The transaction vas handled by ':, and Mrs R. O. Dan-by; and family.

wards. Curtis Edwards also returned their son Kaspar, and Marcus-, and Mrs[ C. S. Partin and son E. A. Strout Realty Agency ).[r. and Mrs Charles Darby and "DUJt t7kffl out'f't .

home Tuesday for the summer i Brown from Emory at Oxford! i Butter, and Mr. and Mrs How)' Mr. and Mrs Dewey Warren andMr : family attended the Hope BaptistI f P

holiday from U. of F. I Umversitj. ,; N'asworthy. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp spent I church homecoming and singing : C//thll

Billy Cres.ser;! returned home ; Sunday in Jacksonville visitingMr. ] in Theressa on Sunday.
Mrs. Bertha Pearce is expecting Mrs. J. R. Kite entertained the fi
i from Emory at Oxford University and Mrs Richard Ray andMrs. j Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis wt'rcin : 9! W1
the month, club at twc I i
as guests the middle of ) State Farm bridge I J
on Wednesday. |I s. E. Reyes. Jr. Jacksonville last Friday wh're .
Mrs. C. L. Hill and tables of bridge and dessert Thurs .
her daughter ,I I Spending the weekend with tht Miss Nell Dodd spent the weekend Mr. Davis went to the Ri\er-idi

two daughters Patty and Kathy. day"afternoon of last i week.)j George B. Flynns and at the Gray : in Jacksonville with her hospital for a checkup.Mr. I: .. ::-

and an aunt Mrs. Gladys Gamble Prizes were won by Mrs Herbert cottage on Kingsley Lake were I brother-in-law and sister Mr. and and Mrs John Mivm spent t 1)) .

from dearmont Calif They will Thomas. high and Mis J t' Wallace George Flynn, Jr., Betty Jean !! Mrs Dan Priest.Marklejman Saturday in Gainesville visiting;: r 'Tr. r
it's (
"lit IIII.R a lotipti or
Brawley and Mr and Mrs, Buck Johns i> spending I Mr[ and Mrs A. M Mixon amt
visit her for a month. bingo. JLr
Knight all of Tampa and Mr. and !: several weeks with her uncle and I Mr. Mixon's mother. Mrs M E dinner, a desert bnilg "

Mrs. Ralph Rhodes and son ;' aunt, Mr and Mrs. James Diffen- Mixon. .
Rocky. of Eustis. baugh in Orangeburg S. C. I Friends of Mrs I. E. Clark wil: r l/$ formal party )ou natuiatly

Mrs Joyce Newsome of Gainesville Mrs \\'. H. Thomson, Jr. and egret to hear that she is in Si : want a beautifully appointed

THEATRE spent tiie; weekend with Mi<:.c children of Monticello :pent the I Luke's hospital for observation and : table. That means Sterling! -
STARKE Evelyn Newsome. weekend with Mr and Mrs. F. F. treatmtntMr NOW is a good time to

.. Mr and MIS W Walters and Stump and family. and :Mrs Ralph Rhodeand And if you have( wisely chosen a
Mrs. F. H. Long had a> week Rocky of Eustis were Sun Insurance
To Service"Movies daughter Claire of Rerdsville. G t. ,: .on. i IXNT pattern the compliments
Dedicated Community .
the weekend with the E. DTenl's. end guests Mr. and Mrs. C. A day guests of the \\'. H. Grahamfat .
Than Eer"Sat :
Are Better I will stall coming as soon as >our
The Tenlys also had ATpvests ; Long of Fort Lauderdale and Mr Kingsley lake. I

June 7 ONLY Sun., Mon June 8, 9 : on Friday, M"I *-d >r". L. ,' and Mrs. Richard Thede and son. I Mr. and Mrs! M C. Wells wit! !I FREE SERVICEd I i : guests first glance at it...for

FEATURE R Tenl '. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tenly Ricky, of Gainesville. leave Sunday for a 15-day vaca- ,.. I
LVNT is "The
.. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perr 'mar East St. Louis. Ill and .. Sterling >ery
trltl.... 1 ; and Mr and Mrs. \.. H. Tenl)'. | > I jon in ...., -
1NGIN- i all of Gainesville.Mrs. < are spending the weekend in Oxford I 'eb-ter,( City La. .., ...., Woman Admires." Come in soon .
SWINGINGLORIOUS- t I and and Atlanta Ga. and attend j I Miss Dolores McKnight returnehome
Emmalyne Mathews and let show
{ I 'I i us you all the .
U ] NTH* the at Oxford -. from Florida.
i 1 .nUN' friends of Ocala spent Friday with ing Emory graduation Monday t : .
t"Ii I II exercises.Mr. I Southern Un \-r"ity. She will re- i lovely LL'NT: patterns.SarAe's .
I MUSICAL Nil Mr. and Mrs. L. U. :Morgan. I Charley) E. Johns I
i RAI [ turn to the University on July Cj II I .
'i' l Mr. and Mrs. Owen Vaughan ;, and Mrs. Claude 'rowson .
Jeweler .
j ifor the summer session. Agency i, Leading
twrnI will have as their guests next week : and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews
\\j i Mr. and Irs. Gilbert Brown and i I' '
I o : Phone IS STARKE FLA.
Mr Vaughan's niece, Mrs. Mike i iWormlmger attended the Arts Exhibit -
rt .. i Graphic family visited Mr and Mrs[ J. C
e 4 1)_GEHE KELLY t I and ).[r. Wormlmgenof i at the Angebilt Hotel in I Sapp in Heilbronn Spring on Sun ..... ... GEM JEWELRYED

::z, i .< DONAlD O'CONNOR Detroit. Mich. While in the ,I Orlando on Saturday and Sunday. I day. Mrs. L. M. Wimberly of Lake ......... SIMPSONSiaboard

state they willisit all points of While in Orlando they were guestsof City also visited her daughter'Mrs ..... ..
.. ..:. h/M r / -, DEBBIE[ REYNOLDS interest. Dr. and Mrs. H. B McLendon. '; Brown on Sunday. in 'alroi a.prwentmg THE TRAVELERS\ Hartford Railway Watch Inspector -
Mrs. J. R. Kite was
6If::ry4 Flu- An\H) Chonix Olrls" andlatest : ---- I I
r _____ j G.i. from Tuesday until todav I II
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.. ; i News j where she attended the wedding I j j'of II I IKOCH'S
her ni'e. Joy Dollai to Ralph I


ANI.' Tues., Wed. June 10, 11 Miss Ross SpeaksAt

.. I COWn 4A ritlusssC your Old Appliance as Down Garden ClubThe

DOIPNe tgEt'k Starke Garden Club met SUMMER

tJ.1 TM pDN. R t i / / ', Payment Monday evening at the courthouse I -

---- with 18 members present
fc m...U.!_.ha**>..-....-.-g -.u. IrN NIr It'd i
..-. ---.- -.r..r1 ; cN Mrs. R. F. Young. president.

Plus "Snooze Keel" Cartoon and .XWNUSL EUINDREW W.EWNKR KNOX W ITS ourI/FRoN1' the devotional followed by a short I B.\Br 2MNCH

New! :pgtrxt' Jto/I"JStU-IoS IiOO' ."re bo business meeting. Miss Dorothy
_t"a t.w....Pa's ha.M..w 1 y..lar".t11.a JOt 1".1_ too.'.IH*ct.>.l.r / Ross gave an interesting talk on ,, Extra Special !

MRS. P. M. BAREFOOT _.pl S Htr'L. "The .care of plant! this nnn' of Swim Pool $3.95 Doll

THUR., Fill. JUNE 12. 13: J ,
The next meeting will be held 2.95

ANEWKlND"y r. notiunnt I June 23 in the ci>urthou>-',>. Only $$2.98 Only $1.49o

OF.t o \ .. [ ;, SlUR i I). B. (IUU) THOMAS LIGHTERSONLY I
STORY rj 1. -. .,-. I
Stereosr..J. -- ::_.CIIo- wish to express! myin' err ONE: <;_ ,LON
GronJ r r I
....;_ r Big,New Full-Width Speed Freezer Holds 49 lbs of Frozen Foods I appreciation to the voters of Precincts \.I.I $14.95 Lamps
Plus 1. 2 and 3 for the fn: von

S ODIC 11 till lg and support given me in the first I I InsecticideWITH
LEItOItN; SWAGK.'LED"Cartoon (;(
t 'and second primaries .\lth mgh
lo Live l torBCHWfflMRR' Only $4.95
not elected I still want to be afriend ,DDT

And "ENCHANTED I to all and will pledge my
e LLIwIaoRtsrlmtt iii < ontmued < oop< ration '. i It"> ti", .odof
...t slw sap $$1.00
...=.-.k....... k" . Brailtoid County x.iYankee '
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ill!. And Sunday School s
Dedicated To 2 for 1
Movie> \
ItetIerf '
f Service 3.95 Hand Saw

Box Office Opens 7:151',3.1 Show Starts S-00: P.:M!' } [:: (One to Customer)

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I""rL g.t. June 6. 7 Ion.. Tues. June 9. 10 Sweet Soap $1.49TOILET

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",.a,,/HJnt 'i10',lomn9 U tOYtW Edit.J Assisted'Rev.by Eminent C. !.Scofitld.D/ Scholars/ Peanut t Brittle Were 4.95, Now 2.95 ______________n__

15c Facial Tissue
Help. Pages Where Needed
i ERIEtiD\ on Were 3.50 Now 2.35
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With Chain References, RrviseJ i
inlltt DOUGIIS'i Food's af your Fingertips- Marginal Rendtnrgi, Prophecies 19c (Tone) Only lOc
I BSI IINtHISiERi harmonized. Books of the Bible;
K1N6\,, AnaUzcd and manother 'n.
1 i IU'U It's so easy to reach try/king in this big, (om'enient"Suptr.Stor"S'72 turn clay Bible nuiicttSchofield J.ecda .
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"FaginFreshman" Cartoon % of all lour foods are in fingertip

reach! Shelves and Butter Bin in the door. Two spacious
MRS. T. F. BROW New Bedford 25.95
ll'I Luggage 2SuiterOnly
Hi-Humidity drawers on rollers. Two sliding shelves Bibles -

Wed., Thur. June 11 12 Roomy tall-bottle zone. Come in pr\
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and see all its great features! I flX
Of THE FIGHTING CAVALRY! Full width chiller tray Per MonthS From $3.00 UD -

i JOHN John WAYNE ford lOAMDRI and.--Mtnon.- )C'JOHN Coop ACM Automatic defrost indicator $3.95 1 L.ml'-Cologne and Dusting Powder BOTH $1.29
Plus .
"One Quack Cartoon BEN JOHNSOII -MARRY GRETIR Automatic door latch and door safety stopS Send your name and ,

MRS. J. W. ANDREWS Rust-proof aluminum shelves address for Free Literature ---------------------------------------------------------------- ---- -

Sun. June S ONLY S 5-Year Protection Plan on famous Thriftmaster Unit and Price List.ctillLnqtoj. Plenty of Nice Father's J t Plenty of Beach Items

t+,\\\\\\\J\ j jt ultra 110111/ r.uwrre0ae O,NIIN. tlrlY1 e Iut.c1 1.11111o WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEPHONE I ; Day Gifts and Cards ,\\ Come in And Have Fun

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Plus "Miners Forty-Niners" n+w"ro 1 P'C SN P. 0. Box 141

Comply Plus "Slightly Daffy" Cartoon t LOOK TO HOTPOINT FOR THE FINESTIP Sen {I I Starke, Fla. Phone 53 Starke, Fla.

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.; 8TARKE.". fUNUDtyyyyyyyy.yyyyyyyy..yyy.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.i \


there, and it sure seems to us plying DDT and found suitable their cousin. Mrs. Thos. F. Brown. I 6 r

that an effort "bring made tc-| varieties for'this I stale. Florida'ssweet Sue Chasuin entertained with >'ntlc To'Ip'a'' ee No liO |I 11 I. ClrcBlt\OTIfK1O .415rER ,, May n, 1952 In the above namc
Court. |
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really build the Market. To: Jean '!,t. Kickard. 4f rd C "ty, < frt and cause; and
corn and
:7 FARMER'S Onestep industry has advanced rsi- Florida In CkBBrerr. yeu oh I
party on Thursday. May de'Ice is: Unknown. l ( are hereby required .
: which we think a good one I I to the point where it is worth more 29, celebrating her 10th birthday You are hereby notified tbat a I.rldI Anderson U* ,n Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Annie h appear jn the Circuit Court to of be Brae-a '

r is the new Committee which controls I than 510.000.000. I suit; for Divorce his ben Sited Cue Xo. 9134 jl ford County Florida, In Chancery. < .
DIARY anniversary.Mr. against you in the above June 21. 1952, and to
> and
the MaTteL We nanj .fr To '.. ..r."n 11 thee
Court show
certainly and
While great progress has been and cause am] you are required : Annie Mae cause why said petition
Mrs. Wilson May and Anderson. hose; | sho.Jl
: to i not be
wish all concerned serve a copy of your an- ; tranted. otherwise the .
every success made in the rt"idtnt. i : 1 < .1 <
past 10 years, sweet family of Gainesville Snu- lower or pleading to the Complaint : )Ration such
By Sam McGarreyTW sjxnt You are petition will. I.
In their efforts. 'on hereby notified that
And a
that the
Plaintiff taken
( corn is again threatened Attorney. nay f>l- confessed
this time here for you.
: day with Mrs. Mays mother den Selden i V"'orcl ha been filed
u* that we want to get over tc Building bajtona. ;against you in This Notice to
: author wiO be flmd to receive I by a disease Helminthoeporium I Mrs. Minnie Johns and njojxxlMrs. Heach. Florida and file! the original the new Market at Brooker in the cause and you are re- "hal published in .
where office
Iteoui of faterMt leaf the Clerk
concerning i spot-but Experiment Station Johns' of th* )| !quired to Il'n.1' a copy of next Issue
delightful birthday Circuit your answer -
they are also ; fine on or before the J3r: : tie cUvlU*. of tvmen Im doing a job.- I workers are concentrating on con- dinner. day cf June 1952; otherwise the the or pleading to the complaint qualified .-

Bradford County. SngfertioM may S S ;, trolling it and already have some allegations of said Complaint will .n K :Skipper 1'lalntif.t.>I Y. Jo eph dul' County.Witness .newspaper publi- : > i
: While at the Market talked Mr. and Mrs. William Alvarez be taken as confessed ty you. J rham Iulldint.
be left at the Telegraph office or tcj j Dr. Beckenbach i kl'on"If I--lorda
pointed out, is constantly This ano tht ray hand and .
and children notice shall be .. official! .
of Orlando anil published "ri 'S the '
: mailed to Sam Mc< an'ey. Lawtey, a few corn buyers and learned needed (or developing inv once each week for four conpecum ||of the Circuit ,\> on (or before Clerk th this Mav 12, US?, at Starke, Flor .
Royce Alvarez, of Jackeonvilkr.tpent week in the Bradford 116th ur (.(WFII'IU, SEALt A. J. .
County Tele-I 1 day of June, I Thor.
i and ; otherwise
that proving
at that time corn was bring. protecting crops. graph. !I !: ( Circuit
. . . . . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. the weekend with their Dated this 21st the allegations of tM Complaint I II Prndfor) I'U, t '
ppppp pppppp-pp---- ----- -- from $1.10 .And it usually pays off many fold day of May lilOKFICIAL I| nil b taken an confre by : r-unt>. Florid
i ing to $1.25. Later in Mr. jou. < H.lliV K "
parents, and Mrs. Charlie | < SEAL) A. J. Thomas ughr -'arkl', Florid
for the farmer and state.i I i This notice shall be : Attorn.- '.
Alice is still In bed, recuperating -!I Roadside Market at the It-gall j the week, we talked to a neighbor Alvarez. Ry Myrtle Clerk T. Deader of the I circuit>eriiitv (Court'If>rk.' one each week for four published consecu- ; > r P. ; n> '. r 1* 1. (

from an infection resulting!j[ceiling price. We will not makeas I who told us he had been offered !!i Miss :Martha Horne spent several s/j: tt 6 'u ;,,. five Telegraph.T.-eeks In the Bradford County -

much money on them that way. I | Care In Harvest this week with ., Hated: this I2th of I i : ?rTMAUEN1ION
from a fall at the Roadside Mar- I 75c a bag for his. Reason given j I days friends day May. I9.2 --t'1
but we believe in obeying all law 1 XITICK TO PPRB j[ (IOJ''ICIAI4 5-EAL) A J. Thuina '

ket. She banged her leg against II and not merely those that please I. for the low price was that they j.1 Of Tibbacco:... Crop in Tampa.Mr. n-u.1 IB Circuit I.CSSrI Ch.eei'yDudley Hnit-. .r4 f_.C,. ,;I. By Myrtle T.' of the Circuit. Court
the floor of the Market and us. When we get the opportunity were still shipping corn from :)i Is Stressed and Mrs. David Brown: an1 I'arkWells A. Wells, Plaintiff \s Ruby 1 II.Yrr. Deputy.:!( c 6TO '
I family have moved back to Hampton -I Defendant.
fehould have gone to bed at once we VOTE against the laws that II down State and the market wasj I( Case No si:':' .

we are to. We talked tc flooded. We don't know what the Harvest! of Florida's 1952 bright after Ih'ing'eral month Netlee T. Appear I Yon
opposed Have
but instead she and :: To
going 'I in Jacksonville. Ruby Park Wells. whor I')' I
the result has been of a farmer who lives in Dade Coun- heck It's all about. but we lc l -af tobacco crop will be well under j residence i is: 1102 Oak :-trt'et.Ilion.- orttK .,PP.:.'R.

weeks in bed plus the a couple danger of ty and he said he was in favor of know the feelings of growers way within the next two wtt'ks.and Mrs. Jessie R. Chastain spent i j,I ta,You Georgia.are hereby notified la FUrldat Circuit la('Chancery..rt. Bradford. ( ...tp-. PINE OR CYPRESS ,

something much She a floor beneath prices but not a around here who raised corn (despite the price the l leaf brings on Saturday and Sunday with her suit for Divorce has been that filed a Alphen W. Clark Plaintiff \s ..
very worse. the market brother in Lake Butler. I against you In the abo\e Paula S. CUrk. D.f.d.nt, TIMBER 10 SELL
has been very busy though bringing ceiling over prices. We do not a lot of difficulties) tried to, in July will depend tc Court and cause and you are named requirEd 1'1.1 No 913"

our records up to date sewing see how such a onesided arrange- keep the worms out and then are !j a considerable extent on how it if Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammond i i to serve a coov of your an- To: Paula t'nkn'S' Clark, hoe rtsijdentv Large or Small Tracts
I jrwer is: ii.
offered terrible J handled in harvesting and curing and daughter. Willow entertained or pleadings to the complaint i
berries ment is fair to all. a price for their I[ on the Plaintiff's | You
packing up AttornEX..al II. are hereby notified that a
beans for the freezer, etc. We S SO crop. j| according to Agronomist Fred at dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs. :rans. Jr. 103:! Law Exchange KulldInjr suit for Divorce has been filed I 'HV Buy All

We think that our Roadside S S SOnly Clark of the University of Florida John Hammond and son Chester, Jacksonville, Florida, and file against you in the above named I
that she will be and the Court and
hope up original in the office of the cause and you are I
around. soon, but she will have tc Market looks pretty good these damage on our place from I Agricultural Experiment Station of Starke. Route I, and Rev. Bur. I Clerk fore of the Circuit Court on or be 'ed to serve a copy of your aO..r r..qulr-I PAY TOP PRICES !
'Tobacco must be when ton. the 23rd:! day of June. 1932;; ; I or pleading to the complaint on ,
take it easy for awhile. days with sweet corn snap beans the hail was the large leaves cm 1 ripe I otherwise the allegations of said the Plaintiff's Atorn..). Kay Selden .i ,
S 0 squash and eggplant and we, harvested and handled and cured Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis and Complaint will be taken as con Selden: Daytona Ik.ach, !I 9
squash tomatoes etc. all, I i I fessed by you. (o'llrlda. and the !
onions I carefully if it is to bring fi. -
In the meantime, Sam's Mon is I think that is only temporary. top daughter, Wanda were Sunday This notice shall b. published In the office Clerk of the II I }Write\

with us and doing a wonderfuljob on display. We can think of few S S S I II prices, Mr. Clark advised farmers guests of Mrs. Lewis's parents. I once each week for four consecutive ,Circuit Court on or before the 16th or Cal
1 weeks day of I'
in June 1JJ2
the Bradford otherwise
; the
things prettier than fresh vegetables We fair stand of who are getting ready to harvest Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Doyle. County Tele-
of helping. Mom loves farm got a pretty j I graph. allegations of said Complaint will betaken

life and the way she keeps going scrubbed clean arrangedin peanuts. Seems that using fertilizer -I the state's 23,700 acres of Master Donald Alvarez has been I Dated this list day of May, 19;:. as confessed by you. I B. T.
I (OFFICIAL SEAL notice shall be
bright leaf. ) A J. Tnomas. published I Ionce I i
order. But it is a lot of work. with chlordane in it has: his Clerk each week for four !
around here from dawn until night confined to home for the past I of the Circuit Court consecutive TOMS
S SI to crickets. He offered the'e $,':3 4t 6/13: I ]weeks In the Bradford County Tele .
you would never know she is helped control mole I I suggestions to week. I ;graph.

seventy-one years YOUNG! She Our hogs are getting a much, Now we have to work the peanuts, IrrOWf'.s- ---- I Dated this 12th day of :May 13i2 i
better ration these I In Circuit Court Bradford ('ou..1! XITICK 'ro AI'PKAR (OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thomas, PHONE 211 J
is of the days, supple- with the rotary hoe to try to kepp j Harvest leaf I. Circuit Court. ... I I
a good example saying as it matures. (Maturity Fl.rld.; In tIneet7.<< Bradford ( ..11. Clerk of the Circuit Court '
that a busy life is a happy one. mented as it Is I with surplus vege ahead of the weeds. I will vary with ,varieties Sue H Phillips, Plaintiff %.s. William Ji Florida Albert! In ( haneey.mes Ketchell., I 1 Tjr Myrtle T. Denver Deputy Clerk P.O.11ax735STARKE I
tables. C. PhilhptDefendant.. Plaintiff, n'l 5164t6Ol1CII >'
Took almost
I. |
S S two hampersof fertilization disease, and climatic Ca'e No. 9137 Frances S. Ketchell Defendant i FLA.

She almost stepped on a chicken potatoes tomatoes and green Katrinka the tractor blew a conditions.) Order of Publication _'.d .Nolle To :.Notice Tn .'11'.... Case No 9151 I'j ------

beans to them at one feeding and head gasket and while he still "PI'.I To: Frances f
snake in our driveway, and in i Harvest as often as necessary. S. Ketchell), ho-e ) !

stead of screeching and screamIng they cleaned it up in a hurry. All runs she puffs and wheezes and I If barn space is available, harvest' State.", of whose Florida residence To: William is: 106 C.Phillip. residence Vale, Westwood is: ITS boretta, Sew Street Jersey., Kivft In Clrcalt' Court.TO Hr.tlor.APPKAR(....t.1 ,

she called to Sam to come and of which reminds us that someonetold snorts and sneezes and has about twice weekly to obtain uniform, :20th! Street, Columbus, Georgia. You are hereby notified that a I p Florida i (' ,. ', j.t.-
Mom that i You ar. required to appear on suit for divorce has !. Effie Louise J.hnl''I. Plaintiff.s: < '
should not, been'filed .
hogs .
kill it. He did. First he whackedit as much power as a three-legged cures. June 1C. I9i2! ;; in the above named against you In the above I Fu a'uk \alli > John-on Defendant! j >
with a light hoe and broke the be fed tomatoes. We dismissedthe mule. Have to have the gasket I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ed Court and cause and you are re- Ca.e Xti ; '! v 9 I IVollcc ,
idea Avoid bruising leaves and break seeks dIHrct'nll' keep, care, custody QU ired to serve t. To Appmr.To .
false of
handle. Then he grabbed anotherhoe when we remembered replaced, and perhaps have the'' ing stems more than necesoary.When and control of minor children, swer or I'Ilpadlneto the complaint your an- : Frank A\ alley Jolm-on, "h.I [

handle. By this time he was hov seme woods: hcgs values reground. alimony and support money and defendant on, the Plaintiff's Attorney, Ray re>,idetie is: I'nknown.You ,
cleaned up our tomatoes last year : > priming do not hold to- pay court costs.Ifradford Selden. Selden Building. Dajtona'Peach. are hereby n..UII'I that a
cockeyed mad at the snake. He bacco under the arms. County Telegraph shall Florida, and file the origin1"al i suit for Divorce fled I
then picked up a cypress clothes- and showed no ill effects. You Scarey our cat. has lo"t one of publish this Order in next four in the office of the Clerk of the I against| you In the above I i
I Do not pack green tobacco in Circuit Court i Court and cause and you are reqitlr- } Old fashioned !
hear issues. or before
sure a lot of things when weekly the 23rd I ,
line and finished the job. you her kittens and now has but tw I 'ed to erve a of
pole v! sleds Witness my hand and official I day : June. 1952:!; otherwise the al- copy your answer tt,
he has two hoes to are farming. I left. We have been sort at Starke. this 1952.1 legations of said Complaint or pleading to the complaint on the
But now re- _. .. of won- j In handing, assemble! stems and OFFICIAL Floria.SKAU A.:May J. 14, taken as confessed by will be Plaintiff's Attorney, Zach II Doug ; :;. corned beef hash J:
what would do with you. las. 505( L neh
dering we > Jacksonville

pair.It U Well, we had a period of dry four cats running around the place I I; j leaves hand them in stringing evenly. them Avoid tearing: P.y :Myrtle T.As leaver Clerk, Ileputy of said Court.Clerk. I one This each notice week shah for four oe consecutive published In the, Florida office; of, the Buildill Clerk of the original Cirjnnt ,1:; at its very best... $

weather and then Charles It JI.204(1( :. weeks In the Bradford
it was broken Guaranty
sure pays to keep your e'eson I but guess that Nature has a way ,! County Tele- Court on or before .. 16th day i &
Do not leave primed tobacco in, P.uilduifr Jackso-nille, Florida. I I t.
your stock these days. While with a vengeance. Rain came I of taking care of Much thlngsj! ]bright sun or string and bulk it Attys. for Plf. 5/16 4t 6/8 i iIn Dated this 20th day of May, 1952.:; I|I I"r m JUI.of, said 1S52:Complaint otherwise will be nllegatiois taken -- < A new, and different E.
down in 1
feeding the hogs Joy came over to bucketsful and we thought Don't want too many cats around SEAL) A. J. Thomas, confessed by you. taste treat awaits
i; II | down for several hours as green Circuit Court, Iradfrd County Clerk of the Circuit Court I you
beg some feed and Sam almost that was all right but then a i for they sure do get under your Florida In Chnoorrr. I By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk This notice shall be published in this old time
I j jI leaf heats rapidly making it difficult ionce
sudden Maudme '! each week for four consecutive
squall came and Stewart. Plaintiff, vs. Albert 5/23
we 4t
fell over with fright when he saw up I feet when you are trying to get to cui'e.Place I.. Stewart, Defendant. { 61131 I I j weeks In the Bradford County Tele- favorite
had I II : g
some hail which .
fortunately | graph.Dated
her hind end flecked with blood. Chores done. Case Xo. 9135: I
I f ? I II sticks of green tobaccc :\OTln: TO AppRtii I this 14th day of May, 1952I : the
did not last long. After that jOrder of Publication .'odotlt't': To'In' carrying famous
had wr I I
First thought was that Joy 1 Appear Circuit Court, Bradford County I i "OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas,
had more rain and now we have !I evenly and uniformly on tier poll'in ; I Florldn: In Chnnrerr. j Clerk of the Circuit Court. Lykcs label. Yes
lost her calf but a second look : Have eight rows of new i State .f FI"I To ''Jn.Stewart. mam
corn'j i barn. < Ida : Albert h dsiiui D P.a\l.-y, l'lti-utiff I ]Cy T. Deaver,
\s Kv-ie: I Deputy Clerk
showed that screw-worms had out.to wait 9, bit for our fields to dry]j!I which is just coming up now and I In curing maintain a temperature dr.:-;> Unknown..: whose residence. 'and ad- j.I lie rnkt I'axltbtfendant: i :I.rtt' :; 16 4 6 '6ery. ;t a new high in .
Case Xo 9157:; !
off the base oI( 1
practically ealen 'we are wondering what succes1. delicious I
You Xntl"f'To' ,tppenr, goodness
I I of 85 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit are required to appear on j I I 1.
her tail. Doctored I it with screw we will have with it. as late as it.. raisetemperature June 18, 1!":52, in the a':,o>e named' To: }:ssie Bermce Bailey, w hose ; :t with lots of
Nothing but trouble with to- j until leaves wilt; then Court an i.t top quality
worm medicine and it is healing. will be. Four of the rows are : to 95 to 100 degrees' .seeks dh ..r..e and restoration of I lleniinnivay' South Carolina. I I .Ju.ll.-lnl Circuit Of Florldn. Innd > beef in Lykes
S SO matoes this season. Had a thousand Country Gentleman corn an old i ilia hie'} name. 1 You are hereby notified that a For llrudford County. In (hnn- canneu
plants which were growingfine | I to hasten! yellowing ((18 to 24 hour I 1.1-adford: County Telegraph shall111' : it for Divorce has been filed I I t. corned beef hash!
We dug our Irish potatoes this favorite which we understand i i1. required for this process). In publish tins Order in next four I :against you in the above named 1' In n : Jacqueline Ann Parker. Minor'Child.

past week and got about 19 bushels until Sam cultivated them not grown to any extent nowad..\ sWe weekly i.-sues. Court and cause and you are required ( ,.... No. 91S : all better
too closely and since that time laising temperature from 100 de-j Witness my hand and official real to serve a copy of your an- I>ul.Ct: TO ,IPPi\H ,1 "I OWn'l ,. at dealers
from the bag of seed we planted. knoA tha w will hrwe I.> ,1'g examine tobacco occasionallyto at Starke, Fiona this May 14. 1952.:! .ewer or pleading to the complaint ('.\ :
While we have the opportunity tc most of them have withered and plenty of dusting with DDT if we I (UFo'Il'LL1.1.I-) A. J. Thomas on the Plaintiff's Attorney, Hon. T. T The State of Florida to: Ethel Par- F LYKES BROS., Inc.
died. We the remainingplants determine whether it is drying .\!s Clerk of said Court. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida and I 'ke r. whose residence is unknown, '
take them '.o market and get avery gave expect to get any :- >"\111\1. faster than ellowing. If dryingis By :Myrtle T. IIl'an-r Deputy Clerk. file the original in the office of theI I;a..1 to the unknown father of Jai 'I 1"j fiend' ,
fancy jblack; market) price. a shot in the arm in the S Alan C. Winter. Jr. 40':! Smith L'uildfo I Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be' qtielme I Ann Parker minor ,.hlll. and, / 1:IlmJ ,
form of nitrate of soda and hope i proceeding faster raise temperature I. Int!. JaksnnvjllFlorida\ re the 2rd:; day of June, HI5; to all persons having or ain"n.it(
we prefer Jo sell them on our Recently we were amused tc slowly if yellowing: Altfor Plf. S.16 4t 6/6 ,otherwise the allegations of said any right to or 111..r."t in a< 'j
; '
that it will help. But eat very I. Complaint be taken 'I'
worms hear two so-called "home rem.edies" I wi as con- 'IUE-lilt Ann Parker by through ". ,
the fruit before it ripens field i is occuring more rapidly raise .NOTICIJ: TO APPEAR I j by ) Indl either and both said Kthrl! '
for shingle The first I fa tel'. Usually, 1C i IB Circuit Court. Ilradford County,1; This notice shall be published j I Parker and said 111\11\1\ father i ,' j
rats -do their share of dirty work, I temperature .Florida In Chnncer.T.Delia once each week for four con'ecutle !aid child:
draw line of ink I (
cure was to a 15 hours are required to raise: Juipley, PlaintiffF. I weeks In the Bradford County Tele- I
PHONE 218 blossom-rot spoils some and all 1 to JosephQulgley gr aph. I 1..1 ano "adl of \1 me h> i > 1 li\
the the I .
around affected area: Defendant.
,, when I nI that 'Ii.
to 115 degrees, a sxkmg
Dated -
in all, our tomatoes are a disap[ : temperature Ca'-e No 919;; this 21St i day of May I ', ,
all 1:2. the adoption .f ,
second I iiui-
was equally simple- you i (OFFICIAL ; "iu> \nn
should be at SEAL) .a
uniform color .Notlee To A. J. .
a good Appenr.
pointment. We still have about mliioi i hild, u.i1- filid i .in i
had to do was go home and kill :,[ ; readier To: Jopn Quigley, whose residence Clerk of the Court
150 I t amed.'hen temperature Ijr M> rile T. Denver
Pan-American in Deputy Clerk
plants black chicken and smear the and address; is: 356 last 140th !
t another field and we hope to get a 115 degrees. open ventilators tEemove i Street: ("art Hummel, Uronx, XewYork. 5/23 4t 613 ?
blood on you. Not us, thanks- I
something from them. I r excess humidity. TO APPEAK
for when we are sick we have a You are hereby notified that a In {" OTC. .
.. .. .. From 10 to 12 hours more maybe suit for Divorce has been filed Ilrndford eo..IT, I I
S lot more faith in a good doctor against in the Florida In Chonrerr. i
you above named I .
Pop is getting around more thesrdays I nece sary to raise temperatureto Court and I I.: E <:re. n. llaintif. vLola] From Billy
I cause
of you are required .
FLOWERS than in a bottle ink or any) t I ir.'n. ), .
and we are glad to see it,, old black chicken. The doctor bar 1 135 to 140 degrees for drying or to pleading serve; a copy the of complaint your answer Ca-e No SH7 Tanks Mathews

for the Doctor tells him that the the leaf web. After drying leaf, on the Plaintiff's Attorney, T. Notice To ,\ "I'lA r.
FOR ALL OCCASIONS I gone to Medical School. What I To: Lula Green, whose resident
J more he )lies: in bed the weaker hej, can a chicken do but lay eggs? advance temperature to 165 to 170. I Frank file the La'idrum.original Starke.the office Florida of and the I II: Unknown I }' :

will get. -. I for
ventilators! at 150 to 155 degree I the :l'rd!:: day of June, 1952: | against you in the has above been filed Thank uith heart for the wonderful
If ; otherwise the
allegations of said : you :1 nn
Well pig weed (or red root)' RURAL I t o reduce heat requirenwnts. DC I Complaint will be taken as conqu,i ed ired Court to and cause and you nam'r
) serve a of
( has gotten out of control on our not: rut fin until all stems are dry.HAMPTON : I fessed This by notice you. swer or pleading copy to the 'ur. vote you ga\.e mo on May 27. I promise e faithful service -
shall be
1 plaint 01 the Plaintiff's
\ place and is Just about growingeverywhere SEli : ] once each week for four consecutive 'I':l-:. K. Attorney.
COMMON SE | Perryman Starke Florida. to the of Bradford After I ha'erfted
DISH "GARDENSPOTTERY including Sam's back WvvvvvvvvvVvvvumvvvvv, . - . weeks. In the Bradford County Telegraph I ind file the original in the officethe I people County.
I'| 'of Clerk of the Circuit Court
pockets. The doggone stuff i ir L l )ry Spuds JuhnsOn; I Ir : (OFFICIAL Ihl"SEAL 2Kt day (,f May' : 'on or before the 23rd day of Jim'1952 -. | I plan to make a good-will tour of our District) t.
) A. J. 192'1'
1 otherwise
a1 going to seed now and it almost I! Clerk of the Circuit : the allegations of j

seems that the only way we will Py Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk I ;said fessed Complaint by you. Will be taken a! con- 'I'j and hope to see you personally I to thank you.
C'OKX 5/23 4t 6/13
This notice shall be
from it is sell out published
get away .Mrs. M C.
is r.ooi KXAMri.K: or By Sweeney |II Mvrin:- t once each week for four consecu-1 I With sincere appreciation,
and buy another place. But perhaps i TO APPRUluted 1 1'n live weeks in the Bradford Countyelegraph.
we'll learn soon how to control j Floridi In i i
I linncrry
I Dated this 19th day of May, l..? |
weeds. Honda's multi million dollar Graduation Eerises |iI Theodore Koln: Marienthal.. Plain- | ,((OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas. I '
I I tiff. t.-. iioni; I LIMO Marienthal I>ejfindant Clerk of the Circuit Court ; BILLY MATTHEWS%
Nona St Stark | sHad corn crop is a comparative! The Hampton Elementary. : I ,. -ase: No 9116i ]By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy 'J..rk} i
I Daisy our good Jersey cow \ School' held their i .11. (' 'I'o Apprnr. S'23 61'NOIICI I : .
recent development in the ii' graduation {.x"j Toilloria: I..-.--,.o Marienthal.whose 4
i bred artificially to a Guernsey I culture of this slate a develop- ei-cises on Tuesday e'ening.lay':: : residence! and addre is'"fl'x : 10 Appnui

j bull. Suppose that lots of folks i I J ment rl'sultingfrom research. 27. when nm- guls and boys received ,. ti-frlitch Street Philadelphia I IB Circuit ('OllrC. llrndford County, |
1 I''nnsylania. I"I..rl.I lnt In Chiiiirrry, ,
pq 11 _':<
bred her to a Jersey bull, but we | j l ing that some day Honda would Superintendent II. P. Morgan. J I for Divorce. restoration of maidt-n :Irene i \'. '"..p.'r.| I I. f. nt. i i
eq !I name I. defendant, cu.-tody and control i! Cave No ''I'J ,:. '
like the Guernsey breed better, !i j produce millions of ears of d
and probably won't be happy un-1: ]l nutritious. worm-free sweet 'Charles S. Partin, gave the ad L d..r..nrlant.'jl'Uatilln ed rights award-| To: IrE-nf V. Coopr, whose, revi-"
i plaintiff and plaintiff continue 1 t dence is. Unknown.i .
til we have a good Guernsey cow. j i I (corn might have b
::- For one thing, they give more.but: that's exactly what Flo.ida i isI First Baptist Church gave the IP' children has been filed against yciii :suit for Divorce has been filed t
in i
the abo\e
named Court and caust I sand gainst you In the above named
L/7fl milk. and we can use all the.j I ,doing today. vocation. Announcements were I ) ou are required to serve ftCcopy I| ourt and cause and you are requir- e
milk for butter, but- of your answer or pleading toieijthe !" d to serve a of your
we can get, Before 1940 not enough sweet made by Edwin Johns; the clasp
i complaint on the Plaintiffs At- j i I II answer or pleading t o the .1I I
%V : : termilk. pot cheese cream milk.I corn was produced for market in History was read by Barbara Mat !jtorney I T. Frank Landrum. Stark., I plaint on the Plaintiff" Attcrnev .

I for the table, and for our stock. !!: Florida to warrant listing it in ,, chett! : the class Prophecy given by :\\fitfire Florida of acid the file Clerk the original of the Circuit in the I .Building Joseph ,K. Jacksonville Skipper, 221 Graham Florida '

I And as long as you have to milk i I rt'portIt! had been tried, to be, Bill Johnson, and the &th Grade's' Court on or before the !:\rd day of I and file the original in the r.ffiooof I IIhl
not have June. IM.'il';; : otherwise the allegations I'I Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt on or
a cow twice daily, why but the were so last'ilI and Testament
I ears wormythat
SUre. wa Is! .
before 2ird
of said t'nmi'laint will be taken as the day of June.1952otherwise !
one that gives a lot of milk? It, I II I I they were not marketable Dr. i i read! by Eddie Hardman. Following confessed by you. the allegations of said

YMN A MAN HEEDS PROTECTION is little more work to milk another J. R. Beckenbach associate direc- the program pictures were once This each notice week shall for four be consecutiveweeks published:, J I'''*Complaint d by you. "'i be taken as confes

1 is full of situations inS gallon. tor of the University of Florida'taken of the graduates! and then :j, In the Bradford County Telegraph I i'! Thi retire. shall. b. put l-h,d r.rarh \."
i '
LIFE > k f ri'e' e
r '
S (1r (
both j I Agriculture Experiment Station! teacher Mrs. Ola M. Perkni". I tv-" ,)H. (.. Tprntih '
one's person and bated ill 21-.1 day of :Mav, ]1'2: I"\c If Jr .J] !i.- :\ < .

pockctbook JC subject to had I Had Daisy's calC Petal innoi I pointed out recently. In 1940 tht U..hHi'.t're Joyce Beal, Eniojeaii II (OFFICIAI :SKAL) A. J Thoma-I I ) ,\ $
r.i.! :: \1.
I \
Clerk cf
: blackleg, and feel I llu. of 1 Hall Vernon the Circuit d.-irt o .
S. Agriculture .
blow."f : i culated against I Department Forsyth and DonaldHersey. 'Dy Myrtle T lIea\"(>r. D"p'itv ClerK\ MiFKI' I IM ; I r :;, 'T '

'--' I ;i a lot better for having it done found that a mixture of mild mineral Mothers of the gradua. I j I 5 2., . ,:: ..
> Fortunately today you can I' I M ,. : : '
protect yourself against both '! \\V11 never until the day we dieI I i oil and pyrethrins would killI'most !! ing student* served refreshments .I 'lIfJn:; TO .\rritnjj'In 1 \

'- of risk with modem insurance I forget how we felt about losing; i': earworms that were eating; of home-made cake and punch Clrrnlt Court, Bradford Coiint>, _
types I
beautiful heifer Early, and downward toward the if ;ii t t' Florida: In hnnrrry. : :
: Personal Accident our : grains the cafeteria. j[' FI"rpllO'rlll"lIr.. Plaintff, !t : \ .. _

insurance to cover injuries to i jwill do anything to try to ire-j{ were injected in the silk end of:f | On Saturday. the "th and 6thI l Hubert .Arn.our, Defendant
,', Us Thoroughly
C'ase N rM i >
yourself-Liability insurance to I vent losing another. the ear as soon as pollination had I I Grade pupils enjoyed an all day: .Notice Topprnr.. ,_. .. ._ .,.;_-, _

cover'possible! damage suits resulting S S SOur been completed. trip to Fernandma. where they I To: Hobert Armour, whose r.- Wash Your Clothes -
dance and addre. !II': 103 Kopf Itoad; l
from injuries to others Red hens are laying at i a A Florida Experiment: Station visited the Fort and Museum, andi .. p O Box 222. E'olImorEJAng l-- 9 rounds

Fire insurance on your home rate of about 30 per cent and we entomologist quickly tested tb took great pleasure in ocean bat 1-1 1 land. New York Just

and household property-and don't know what to blame for material and procedure found i it ing. Accompanying the children ,!>j suit Tou for are Divorce hereby notified ha* been that filed a ,i iI For 40c! Not a MemoryThe

Extended Coverage that also I their poor performance. It may: effective and developed a practial were. Mr and Mrs. Jess BrannfU.I : against \uu. in the above named !i
Court and cause and you are required FREE Desired little boy i is replaced by a strong young
protects you from damages I jbe the hot weather, or a numberi and efficient method of using it inc Mr. and :Mrs: Raleigh BrannenI. i to serve a copy of your an- I Beach I 'I "
caused by windstorms, falling of different things. but all w : this state. Using this control.I Mrs. Perkins. Mr" T. J. Alderman rwer or pleading to the complaint l Tf let Static'* man. But the wistful child the !tfkc

airplanes and other hazards. ;i know i\! that they keep on eating, ,, growers got a fair start in com- and Mrs. Ralph Pearsall. :.ion Frank the Landrum.Plaintiff's Starke Attorney, Florida, T I dO\no hair will not be just a memory if you le

\\'e are fully prepared to give their heads off and feed still merical production of sweet corn Friends of Miss Shirley Marie 'and file the original In the office othe ': 0 us show you what highly professional) photographic

you expert advice on such a small fortune. And still cost'C' 'I in 1942, but increased labor cost Hall daughter of )fr. and Mrs: ,. before Clerk the of 2.1'd the day Circuit of Court June on 1952 or:!.1 i:, wewm skill can do. Come in now.

matters. Consult this agency ha'e folks from Jacksonville (the material had to be injected 'Wilbert Hall of Tampa former! otherwise the allegations of saidU'omplatnt J JI I
-- I will be taken as con' Your Clothe I 8x10 3.00
today ask the price of our eggs (53c a I into each ear by hand) threatened of Hampton will bf interested tr I|Ifvssed by you. I Dry -

dozen) and then they say they the budding industry by the end hear of her marriage to Robert This notice shall be published I I PORTRAITS SIX 3 5's -
ones each week for four consecutiveini' For 20cIn 5.0
H. C. WalTAgencyConstant y r can buy eggs for 42c a dozen. C rjof, 1944. Then DDT became avail-' R. Elliot of the Air Force, .r* k. In the Bradford County Tele- New Automatic Orient

something like that. Of coursethe I able. and the Experiment Stations Vallejo. Calif. on April 24. Mr'I; I I graph.
I Dated thi- :21! =t day .,f Ma) 1a;2
Service Over eggs they are talking about began testing this insecticide fc rand, :Mrs.: Elliot are residing! ir I (OFFICIAL !SEAL' ) A J Thomas Chris. J. Studio

are Grade B SHIPPED) eggs 'earworms control and the result i California. where he is stationed. I j' As Clerk of said CurRy t '' Newber
Myrtle T. Deaver. Dennty Clerk
50 YearsPlease but they don't mention that. 'of that research pointed the way I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver of 5/22:! 4t B I I"SOTICn

for the machine application of DDTto Fort Lauderdale have been guest.j .
Washeteria AM S:30 PM
PM Sat. 9
0 S TO APPERIB Wed. 6 PM 8:30 -
Phone 146
Had a very interesting talk to sweet corn and efficient, economical of Mr. and Mrs.V.;; A. Saxon. I Circuit Court, Itradfprd Coaaty ,I' PHONE 103 STARKE, FLA.
with the new market manager Mi 5. control of the earworni j :Mr: and :Mrs.: Oscar DuBose and! Florida la Chance* .
Starke, Fla. 1l4).m"n RifVard Pla.n'.f \ >ar 1
Johnson at the Starke Market. Since the Experiment Stations developed son. Fred. of Vero Beach were J M. HI<'karti. Defendant. ; -

practical methods for ap- Memorial Day weekend guests of ,<


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I FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1952 -- ___ PAGE SE14FA -.'f
CA !1 i Rev. T. G. Mitchell I '3ih Mr. and :' rs. G. B. of Miss Harreh were Mr. and ,, and children over the weekend TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTGRAHAM
Rl\mh\ 3sJ ftn' ft ; L, hon Mrs. T. B. Edwards of Worthington. :, were Mr. and Mrs. William Raborr
Attends ConferenceFor Mrs. T. W. Markey and 1fr1 Mrs. La Trelle Hamilton of and V. L. Harrell, all of Jackson

; _... BY CLINT J BONHER MethodistsR Roy Green were chopping inGainesville ,I Worthington and Charles Edwardsof ville.
: 1
.1 ;& \-l"l-v .a ./\ Yl .... Friday. Bradenton.Mr. Visiting the E. J. Lewises ovei By Mr-- Bonnie Mi KinnAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA>
-1; .. .. > y. and :Mr T G Mitchell. orStarkf. I Rev. Earl Willis and Rev Barney and Mrs. Harry Ware of the weekend were Mr. and Mrs,

}1-- s' : Wednesday for Lakeland Andrews have returned from St. Petersburg are spending a Redden". Thomas of Lake City. Mr
1 lf'7f"S to attend the annual Florid the Southern Baptist Conventionheld and fir s Mike K ilph lavi.s sp, t,' 1 i'with ; '
c : few THghman >>f (unit,''s-
days with Mrs. Beulah Ha-
Methodist Conference at Florida at Miami. Rev: Edgar' : \ill.! M4m his parents :Mi .tMi
and Allen
'Tenairl'A LP.VS (
roll! and :Mr and Mrs, M. O Hari !
ftly And preached Sunday in the absence of .Jl'!f fI t'-:
/ j Southern College Rev. Willis. i. ard > i'dreu.! 1 in! M! s- K::: '.e;tme Edwards oPatutt .
ttS? I I An estimated 1.000 ministers. 'ti" I IM' : : \

I their wives and lay delegates The Associational Sunday School Mr and Mrs T. W. MarKev, K J Lowi, M-ss' EP"i'illlFd" a'.l! l M l : 'hiiar .
is heard around the world { rhi'lov wily and Arthur and
ruelflhIfl representing 150,000 members Meeting was held last Tuesday .
i's' hi1:1: ,' ,
-A. I + I I. t' : \ Leand 1 u :\ :\ r. :
i! the Methodist Church m Florida night at the De'tan Bap-.st Churu'r. Kt'IJnYt'd the div iish- .
YUItort, war r tarred from the lick room. D..1gt.coody. opened a music tore, let up hit own publishing house which until a J.i" !1 ..t ::0:.. \ ,tn!;' cIt.e;' T", ,. ..y.T. Fd"! > : .a:\ G.t.ne. Ke: S:.I, -n ::f :- t
f attending the conference nev n L
are : .n CIM: :- !
the evangelist who had stirred 50,000,000 for church songs and bought two-hone wagon. While; I t J"I ,
[ n It: i r rttw
L. I i::
mile, will come to a conclusion on Sunday ; Parks: t. IS.' md! (
continent had preached til last ser Sankex with the voice that could be h.-I a > '. ,, .
lilUnerl on two \ '
t' : tor :1t! I't I'
moo. A gcntltnun in kit tiny fifties waited outside in was singing to the multitudes ia America and England, June 8. I We are glad to repirt that ...tiKi..it.iu f.Vi.v.aea jf :Ihc! ; Di,;:,k .enp.tt : rand
the) hall. h'Vii December, 1199, and< cold but the Will. Thompson was driving hit team of horses in Ohio Bishop Roy H. Short of Jacksonville Mrs E\'.i Harrell and) her (r Junior High graduating class'd Mrs Lois, Todd in the dean; W B. Ichnson and k
hit hymns in rural hornet. When h daughter IIi then bahv Funeral.em l ", Knrii-v of Lutz L. '
had to Northfield Man., from hit home and singing own !' \
quiet man com 105th e-I. held
: is presiding at the 'i \' rin: hi\ .> \\"Int'-Jay ng.t.z : ;
ro'hrn.'J h ) .
ia Piss Liverpool, Ohio to par respects to the man found no piano h* amply unloaded the one on his I me n'if hd.t i and IY a' 3 p int:! i-'i! I Kr-nU MI K'.im \ '
who, with Singer Ira D. Sioltjr had "reduced ewe popu wagon and played hit own accompaniment to hi ''LeadM early meeting of the Florida'Methodists. f,"'!" f .> All! hit t Gcrvi! il Ho-, W i'iiilt"'i! tri: T K Mi'. K/:! s ('lupt'I Ct'm.'It'f\ hum- afospending ;
." Gently Home, Father. "There'l a Great DayComing" Bishop Short evil! pital! { > 1 ,i'! ,' ..' h\1 '. .
Ktioa of hell bf a million K> ,1. 3r.' :T doiug b-': i Ii I- : r t' t .
hi.--mis .i I \\ E f.ls Wold thtN"Kll1'I' '
." i : "t \ t..i > *
World Me the '
All the At
Will L*mart in* ThompV gift of music and poetry and "Jeiui Ii to preach the annual conference Sun M I." i. .nn((0- Kin! i ':f .- ',. T ''.i i F'' ,I ,inii: :: '
lame time, peutanti by the thousands streamed down .i- t"" i II i i t t'" M jhu th.tr :;i' 01. I !h'ii l'; Y Fr i.'et lit :M L
wu matched with "a fine character of sincerity lim.plicitf '. sawdust trail & of Will day sermon at the Mayhall Auditorium gues ,| :Mss Y. 'nni' Hat ii'llTnuiidu \-dn.: Ml-s! hue! i1') Ht,11 1 1iid ,_ .. .
He hU first. .ia Mood, to Sankey tinging : i: ::1" i\ i'i 'ht* A it1!'U iI 'LII'I the\ w ok "HI wI'l 1 his i I" i'
and wrote
righteouueai. lOng ; ol
Thompeoa'i "Softly and Tenderly Jesus Ii Calling. j, on the concluding day ai 'moon t H'hi'r' guests ,, M'!' uid ll- M I .1 Har'l .
'ISO at the age of 16, and 10 yens later, while itudy.iaj i it !n.' it Ut>splt II aaiJUs (1.ien.F.tztriQuantity!
Th. echo swept into South Africa and was translated the sessions.. Following the sermon
at .Bcwtov'a Conservatory of Muiic, came out with .
in Hawaii. I : he will read the church: ap- - -
"Gathering Shelli by the Seathore. Tie hit swept the .
. .
Through th door of hit tick room, Dwight L Moody -- -
ire. there shore and gathered fortune for for throughout -
a*doa to a pointments pastors
.l who left for German to further l hardiomeon mention the mm of Will Thooipjon.Tgaoriag ..
tq Conference
jfoythf composer demanded the Florida Methodist -
orderi, th
doctori dying Tanliit
atEalc'a) ducat2oa. and returned write "101, Homo .---' "
kla '
to I -- - -
that I h. be admitted. Feebly taking the "Bard of Ohio, for the coming year,
kt th* Old OI ." tad "Under the Mooal.i Sky." 'by ... haad h* ad! "Will. I would her raftWr wnt U. S. Rep. A. S. Herlong of kL1
the of fame ant forttn at 40, the mild. '
Ridiaf reM tea "Softly and Teaderly Jeev II Callio, than any and C. Farris Bryant of A G
......r..s coapoeer-pMt ..,..d It back oa aecalara thing I h.*. been able I* do ia my whole life. Theitmgt Leesburg the ;
I e..lpo.i' ; o.e ..d taraed Lit ,.. to writing L,.... He Ocala, speaker-designate for
1953 Florida House of Ri'presnata-"

OFTLY TENDERLY, lives will speak at the annual
S./ll, ..J I: \itrlf laws It tMuf, r.M !. .... fltfiff, the wtamt*.I Hi pat..ag. following the laymen' Rights
C.lliatcr tJ fir mi; P. :., frees yn ..l fnm mi; GROCERY & MARKET
yen ... d..tj b.d. ,..Ja,. dinner on Saturday night
Su.r .. 'N p.ri/, H.', wilting ..I "''.IeI-", Uu. ftlktrnf r.
11.1cSl.g fir ym ail fir mt.tv c.__, fir yut tJ fee.s. f-
why sh..Ii Berry ..&.. /.i..i k flt.lla,. Oil /.r ilt ....J,nJ Um Hi tti .....1. I Reserved
I Pbal4st f.r W f.r.t ',.... fir jtu ../ fir mi;
ilr aI..u we yt IM"r* eN h.e1 awl Hit ..,riI,. Tfo wi tan itniil Hi BM. mrrcy .u ,.,1.., Corner Call & Cherry Sts.. Starke Fla.
Ards fir yi. .mj f.r m..
ji.rrJner pvs..l fuse By Yvonne Harrell THESE PRICES GOOD; Fill. AM SAT. JUNE 6 :ANDChico 7


o Elridge and :g. G HaveJr I

spent Sunday in Jacksonvti| <
Miss Lubedia PlII obtl'r and I Long Grainy

Mrs. E. J. Lewis were Chopping m C

Distributed by Illustrated Feature* Syndicate, Btrmlr4tam i i Ala.laS i Gainesville We are sorry Thursday to repor, t rna) :\Irs. IR I C E 3 9

-- _- G. B. Colson is in th' Alachua I Lbs. Best

Workers Named i General speedy recovery.Hospitil.V \\ i Ih her a [I J

oimrllCHURCHES' For Methodist I Mrs. Joe Hill WUlui.. .i Lake

Butler held her musual) Last
Vacation School I
II Thursday night at tine rte: 'oker I
Workers in the Vacation Church I Jr. High school. PRINCE ALBERT 1 11C 1

School to be held in the First I Pfc. N. G. Hayes Jr h,, (wen VONNAISE Pt. 31C

Methodist Church of Starke, June I home visiting his par- nnd-

9-20. Were secrated at the I family the last few days i
Baptist Church"I Methodist Church Sunday morning church service,' C. J. Crews visited1! : r ,uid

June 1. by the pastor. Rev. I Mrs. Donald Crews of Hi4 Apr! ug | Flat tor
Live" will be this Superintendent L F Chapman I
sermon Thomas G. Mitchell. The VaclI Sunday. SALT 3' 1 OC COOL AIDE 6 25C
J.'arm.111 be the
Rev Lewis D of ihe State
by .
Sunday morning Ion! Church School will begin Monday Mrand :Mrs M. L1. !: rid

Haines at the First Baptist Churchof I guest speaker in the First Methodist [ morning June 9, at 9 o'clock i children of Gainesville A.,: 'Ii,

Starke. The Carol Choir wil! I Iing Church at the Sunday morn 'and will continue each week-day i day guests of Mr. an I :V.! .0 '
: the offeratory hymn and the I ing church: services, June 8, at 11 morning from 9 to 11 am. There Green and children L. !I1L ': -.-+-- .-,,: :' :''''-- ::':. -": !

Church Choir will sing the morning a.m. Superintendent Chapman I will be three departments in thc : Mr. and Mrs. VIM i n r
I anthem both choirs are under I will speak in the place of the schoolKindergarten, Primary, attended the wed n.; .< ''I Vine Rioened Personal Ivory

the direction of Mrs. Mona Canova I pastor Uev. Thomas G. Mitchell,, and Junior with a Nursery for granddaughter. Suzi" V; t *..1. .

with Miss Julia Lawson at the who attending the annual Florida children of the Vacation Church wards to Donald Hutiu:. \' 1 p : S

organ. I Methodist Conference in School workers. I sippi. The wedding it ,. I TOMATOES 39C

Sunday evening the message by Lakeland. June 4-S. I The completed list of worker I, the East Side Bapti-i dill'' n in 8

the Pastor.-r'Onty'Three Things" Sunday evening at 8 p.m. Dr. for the school is as follows: Gainesville Sunday alt': i i>n o =
of A. J. Holl, the new pastor of the I ,
will be the evangelistic message NurseryMiss[ Kate Struth; Miss Laverne Hodgeand;; < u' LB.PACE
I IKindergarten .
the Happy Hour at 8 o'clock. The Keystone Heights Community --Mrs. J. R. Wain- 1 Edwards were marru-'l Sunday I
Chapel Choir _directed by Mrs: i Church, will be guest speaker afternoon at the hunt : Dr. Holl formerly pastor of wright, Mrs. Leslie Bigga, Irs'l .
Aliese Lawson, will lead the sing Hodges' parents. Wv ;h rhw.
ing of favorite gospel hymns with ''I the Lutheran Church in Lakeland Eaton Jordon, Mrs. Chas. }, much happiness.The LOTH INSIDE
the pianoorganduo.Sunday ( for four years and pastor of the Mrs. Frow Strickland, Miss Jackie: I Pillsbury Pancake
Baccalaureate mil 'om FLOUR 17'/2C
School meets at 9:4: ;: First Lutheran Church in Pittsburgh Hobbs. Miss[ Barbara Colley; I'ri.1 mencement Exerciseif the j| SILVER DUST .19C I

Pa. for 21 years Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Ir,1 I
with Orie Wiggins superintendentof I mary Brooker Jr. High Scho !! gradual-1
the fully graded school. Train J. F. McComb, Mrs.[ A. G. Loudon. ing class were held \\fdnesdayj I HLAIRHIKN.. ,, Oil DIXIE LILY

ing Unions gather at 6:45: with J. At The Tabernacle Mrs H A Stafford, Mrs. E. K. night. Rev Earl Wil'i-' 'imvi-ned No. 5 Jar

T. Lawson director of the Unions I Perryman. Mis.! M. R. Judd, Mrs. the sermon. MATCHES Safety 1' 15C SYRUP 49C
for each age group. I An unusual musical treat is in O. \\'. White. Jr. Miss Jo Ann I The Pastors and L.iYI"tnmee'; '
for those attending tht
store Smith Junior- Mrs. T. G. Mitchell, "
each Wednes- ; '
Mid-week service ing of the New River A->sot iauon
diy at 7:45 p.m. led !jy the 1'.!'. I Gospel Tabernacle Tuesday night. Mrs. G. Lloyd Farber, Mrs Lola was held at the Brook, r Baptist (
June 17.: at 7:45.: The Bryan University Garbett. Mrs. M. W. Cressler, Miss
tor. I : church Monday night.
A cordial invitation is extended Gospel Singers. Besides will have the Oleeta Green, Miss Anne Cressler I Julian Green is pending i f, Crowders or f H Swifts Gem
I charge of the service. Miss Florence Brown. Mrs. T. G

worship to all to at join the in these First hours Bapti-t of I Gospel message and musical slides pro. Mitchell is the Director of the I i day and Mrs.furlough Dave with Green his :umilv Mr I Blackeye C

gram, there will be colored
I Mr. and Mrs. Ed New omb anti, 0 19
Church of Starke. showing various activities. 0 LEO I
sister Marie visited 'h.M 0
Vacation Bible School at the ,i Pfc. and Mrs Elmer Johns hat! \\ OODLAW X MISSIONARY 'Harrell family Thursday I S

First Baptist Church enters its I charge of the Youth Progran BAPTIST CII{"ItCIl : Mr. and Mrs. J. W Thom; and PEASLB.
3-K-ond week next Monday at 9 I Saturday night and also the Bible I children and Hazel Crosby anend- I LB.
o'clock. A full staff of teachers School Hour Sunday afternoon. Sermons Sunday 11 a.m. ar.d
I edthe Edwards-Hough w'>ddmg .
for 4 16 instruct* 7:30: Sunday School 10 a.m. :
ages through p.m. -
the more than 100 who daily attend I ST. :MARKS EPISCOPALFriday Song and Praise Service Wednesday in Gainesville Sunday. ( '._ _- .. p O' ,__ -- -_- -.' _ _ _' _:;:= __ _
Mr. and Mrs E\"ert.q P.trtgeu:
boys and 7:30 ,
this school. Any : p m. I
7'30 Litany amIntercession. ]I. 'visited her mother Mi- Wra Ai- ,
girls not attending another schoolat p.m. Headline the church in your Ib.can .
Kev. Fred Yerkes 'len of Orlando during :'hw.. "t'kl"nd 49C
this time are invited to attend plans for next Sunday. You will RtfEET dozen
during this secn.i.l week of stud Sunday. June 8. 9-Ii: : a.m. Sun find inspiration education and i Miss; MarthaYillis i is \isiimg! 21C
I day School. 11 am Church sere Miss Patsy Blackwollf II La
handwork and refreshments. fellowship. We are glad to seethe :
1 i''Crosse.
ices. visitors coming to the ser'u -

Church of God8th niritni or JKM'S: CIIUIST es and extend a welcome to all Mr. and Mrs ChiT Mtmon;." Hmbl' can lb.
LATTKK DAY SAINTS were visiting :Mr ant CRISCO 3'b 83C SPRY 3 83C
& St. Clair SLs OF Edwards and attended L ti': EO
Call Street. Church of Christ I ,
Sunday School If a.m. :Masonic Temple wards-Hough wedding umlt.:

Sunday Morning Worship 11 arm Sunday School every Sunday)I Comer 10th and :McMahun: I II I Mrs. J. A. Park,'r'i' 'h. it -- .- .-- .- -.
Sunday Evening Service 7 30 p.m morning 10 a, m Sacrament ServIces Bible School-10 A. M. I Alabama is spending i >. <\ i -- -
T P E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m 6:30: p m A Cordial invitatioi, with her.
Preaching-11 A. M. Red Scotts
i:30\\ I
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. is extended to all. P.M. Mr. and Mrs S \'. T >q-, it

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ,i Clearwater were g'lll' > It i "he C C

each Wednesday 7:30 P, M. I Pinholster family for i 'CA days VINEGAR iO
Everyone welcome.Presbyterian Those attending th' P ihoUter I TISSUE I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starker reunion at the New R>\.>! Bapt,s'
Church I church were Miss Luh.": i > I Gallons/

r ,,_ _, Sunday School at 9:43.: : Mrs. Rosa Pinholster
Those attending th,- HEdward >'(})!I'A'
Lewis I). Haines, Pastor Friendship Class 10. a.m. .
from h,'reMr. Ware -. > '- _.
wedding -
-* .' -- '- -- --- -
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Morning service conducted at : and Mrs Earl t Or; 1and ----, --_ -. -- ... .-------p --- -- .,-. -- -
Ham. by Rev L A Shepherd .
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 Mr. and Mr T \\ Mar

Service-, "I Live" ning Youth at 7 Fellowship p.m. Sunday eve family key.11'5, Man Grt>.-n Mis- r WEINERS Skinless Ib. 39C lb.
Morning -- I Lubedia Pmholster M 1- tn.i Mrs1 S SAUSAGE So 39MILK

Evening Services "Only Three Things", St. Edward's CatholicRev. I i Dave Rosa Pinholster Green and famly 1 n.ii Mrs.

_" 1 I" Richard Lyons; pastor. i Miss Hazel Crosby .\ as i ,' e"'k- I II CRISIM'AK
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 AjM., 8:00 P.M. 0 T \1.1.
Mass at 9:15: a. m. M'W
Sunday of1'r. and
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Training Unions 6:45 P.M.MIDWEEK : Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. I I I end Thomas guest and children for 125 feet
7:45 P.M. I !I 1 29C WAX PAPER 19CIII
Confessions Saturday 7:30 to, Mrs. Eva. Mrs Buelanl( < a

8:30: P M. 'I therine. and Miss< Y\'nn- Harrell
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR ChIldren's Catechism Classes. I i were business \'iSltor.1.!Games.

\\,Wednesday ;00 P.M.PENTECO.TAL and Saii 11.Mr. .
yule Thursday
I. and Mrs Jinn:\ n.>nof Swilts Pure I
Starke have bet'n"v ,' : p.*rents C
SUNDAY AT 8 P.M. HEAR ABOUT ;, Mr and Mrs L''! -:.t.'nand

Sunday Morning School Service 10 11 a.m.&..m.En'ning I t family. "er i 39Cr'III LA
"The Sophisticated Moron" I I Mrs. Eva Ham-11\ t' t
Service 7:30
p.m. ,
I Yvonne, have been t.- a Mr GRITSb
Prayer Meetings Wednesdajnight T. B. Edwaris I : \\ ,. -h Lb. II
Who was he? What does the Bible Say? 7-45: p.m. Saturday nigh and

7:45: in ton Springs =. \
Church p.m. Truby Pinhol.-ter and ':> Edwards
Baptist --- --
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attended th Sn: : ngin

Bible School 10 GRAY A.M. ,-Paster B.T.U. 7 P.M. 1 SERVICE MEN afternoon.(Held over from '!last week !I PEANUT BUTTER 33C RAZOR BLADES 3 for 25C

Prayer Meeting Wednesday S P.M.: Airman Francis L Douglas: : Mr and Mrs. r0 Taws!
von of Mr aad Mrs. J. K Dougla. Leroy Browning and children 1r3'1
"-..,.., ->.> > .> of Starke. is completing his AF Trilby visited Mr and Mrs L. HULK PHILLIPS

"THE CHURCH WHERE EVERYBODY FEELS basic airma ;-ndoctnnation courseat Fowler and Mr and I' Edd'I Ib. No. 2
I Great Northern
Lackland AFB. San Antonio, Polk Saturday. I I Ii BEANS 1 OC PORK & BEANS 19C'
LIKE SOMEBODY" Texas. His basic training is pre. i Mr. and Mrs. Rern: H...den of

I I paring him for entrance into AF i New berry visited Mr ani ItS.1I '

technical training. I L. A. Fowler Sunday I

Wallie Crews is 3j.iJ.r.g a fewil1 r

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IISIIIAT. jrXF: G is.I _

i months submitted his resignation 1 thoughtful citizens is necessary tr ih'- <-!III i- to olitan .. '
Post ill- '
Hollis V. Knight 56 i .n o each week fir fur consecutive !
facilities for the and Begins 1,11 !I.. half ..j (OFFICiATj SEAL) A J. 7. '. .
to the County Commissioners during 1 provide care pl.t.ntiff I'la-.i weeks in the Bradford d.untv Tt-le- Thomas a' : 1 r" :
I ) ,IJIIM..-,. (i 'i,u ,1 i I. tuid.ui'. J.ij graph Clerk ..f t'lt t'in'ui Citn-l .1., 1,
As County their Monday meeting. The i Instruction of neglected children. !, Ry MX : Me T. Deavt-r. 0.
Resigns Baseball ipm IM ['.Itl'd this ;r.ith da.f :M.'OFFICIAL .,\'. !'' .. ) Cletk 1. .: f:
resignation is effective July 1. 'J The problem is of such scope a? Season i.hlf..rti/: < '"un,,' T..j"r! 'ip!' SK.U.t 'A. J Ua.m.-. 5. 30 I t./ *iTaOTIfE .t. I kd..f.

Juvenile Counselor -IMP.. ,",i. .1 1 : I I. i, 1 I'-.1.1 ,1 j Clerk .>f the Circuit Court ,,
After hearing the resignation. to require mature deliberatR-m-> i 1'. ,i I ..fI ,f t:> t" r : '' I*>' Myrtle: T Dearer, Deputy Clori. -.,
and the cooperation of all intci. t l.I'l,. '.:'. : i -L'i ..I l .I.--.vl, In ( lrruI$ AP f
beer. the Commissioners decided to look: \ .1.>- ; "-r;:e to. 6 t, 4 1 t.' T C..r. I..h t > .1,
V. who has I .. .
lIolIb Knight -.1.; i [I".iji! -! .1.-i ."I.I; In I >. .
'ested persons. night ;at x r.: ; '. '.' .,.. ., ,. .nn..r
into a proposal (,fIrs.. Ruth ; u: p. ::; :n6bas4b.tl ii 'i .i. h i tt NOTICE TO APPF. \It J : lit hIf \ ?
County's .
SE'rvina;: Bradford : I ; i i iin'' It. .k In (ireuit i i' : .
I tin > ( hurt Bradford la : t r
E. !
Rev. S. chairman of ns it .
Horse in which the duties of juve Sparks 4)p. s 19-2; ea- 1. '.
I I \ I I. ,. Florida: In f'hOlnt'.r'I
without ti Il..i id.! .1 .
.i 'tin V
juvenile ">urt cuinselor nile counselor would be combinedwith the Bradford County Children' -on. Herb Thon.as, .im-iOr of I! I : I'' r>... aiiij" 110.! If .1',..r.ii'1.' I i 'i i i : "i'a'1 : \.tle '1' \ppenr; .t \ in

('() )(. saVim for n.ore than six the work of a county schoo! Commission to whom Knight senta the Post 56 nine. !'::::1\ nthe ; I- T Illtlf, 't'. I -i I I', I. nil.u ,: ..1-..: .1 i. 1).ti. -':- \l-I II.
.i I' I ,, .' N., i. .
I. .1. i .1. \I. I. .i:,, .tiitia _. I ,
attendance officer.Mr copy of his resignation, ---tatei! team will pktag'un :i: R.ufof-1\ !., d !!.I \ 1 l' "I i..p T.. \ pear. 'I'... ,

,, , 1' \\Ii >i- t. itt'a
that the matter will be discussed! (.n Stlii13V.1 'I. 'I! I' '.
*. Morse suggested that by I i 1' I I.. t'i.: !ai'! 0 Ii. ,
in at the group's me<' llgo- next Monday TlOmas; .s.i\ < he has 'I ii-! scheduled -. .. t j 'h, /,..' .J !
:l'pl..ying: i l on; person to serve :if \i. -i.' \ i vlll .1: -' .iJi'i:" ,,. .
It the Commission's ,dutv a game henuith U'lllnton .,ix ,I'' '
is ; t I.- ,
: i t i
; the Comi .It l I II
\ '\\.Ih of thpse positions. ,. ) ( _
r't '
} ; 'I.1I i -
: Sparks said. to recommend a person : on June 20 and am>th! <'r with Li-on "I' n I i\ I IHon. I
z.t i 111>1'1and the School Board ( \ I I ,.t'" : I I't! .a.t n T .,, i I' t -
\ i '
-.-. r. ; for the of of Tallahassee on July 16. Thomas i "i' , I iai 'U flI 1. .ui'l.. : ,
: .
forth : posiiion juvenile I .1.' -. .tail t I : : I. Fi! I
M 1! i hire a qualified person t 1 .
counselor. Paid full schedule will "'I, .t' I t''i. ih- .g 'n 11. a !".
be -
DEADS ," .. combined jobs. an- I,. : .it !.:.t-inMtf i ; r ; tt .t.-.t ;i' I 1 1." "' 'I' it'.r.. ,!. -k .a'I 1.. (C" .L i",. u
nounced later. : .> th.. I
i'l .1, t I' <: H'h d.n .f.1 ,. a' t.t
LIVESTOCK l-i his letter of resignation Ileilbroim School Other American Legion si.jn- .'.," Cirenit Knightaid: "I have frankly beer Judirial firruit In luil!I 51.1 k. Fl": ,,,1.\ i '"".11.11,1! \.1 it I.e | ., '.'
!i ( sored teams will action Bradford C<...H. In rfcmiif. l.tl1 ,
see on r> iIi! I
OF DEAD and tile ) "''I '
REMOVAL tii iciii.il
fOR fREE "" a n a't't n oftli i'
i i at ihf amount of time Ends With Picnic x. Ii utigul. Plaintiff.I .
LIVESTOCK CALL surprised Tuesday. The midgets. rjnipoerl' "- "lerk' ot th. C.ii-ir Ci.im i'i i This mniee be ) : !
I ( IHVuKCK! shl
1'hone fiaine,\ ille 3330 Collect end travel required. and at the ; of boys from eight to 12. and the C HmlRi'l.! Defendant. 'r before 7ih ilav i lie..I' .July, I'C.J.oiheiuie : once each in week four .conseij > I '

of in this county III this of school Mmrij n \ppn\it w..ek. the Bradford C miity T.iI -- i"
number day picnicby
children i intermediates from 13 to 15 will C th. alUuatii< ii- ofaid I graph. .

FLORIDA RENDERERS Inc. who receive little or no properparental 'igrad,I *". and groups. Heilbronn I : both probably see action againstHigh : : HudRel. \lla'II., i ed Complaint by you. will b.tak., II a- < ,.nfi ...... Dated this :I'Mh! day of It. 1102: : ..'. ol' I I -_ pLot

attention. A greater ef \ came forth with something new Springs. I II al'.. hereby! notified that a I t Tli.s'n..t i.., shall hot published I .OFFICIAL SKXLI A J. Thontaai, & Co s \I,I : ,

fort on the part of the board. the: { to climax the closing of its schoO'I j' Coach Harold Hazelwood ha. Cirruit> 1-en Court brought nf against Florida you in I I i i i once weeks each in the wei'k Bradford for four County consecutive Tele-a By Myrtle Clerk T. Deaver.of the Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk I 'iiii N.um 1."t"' ;. -x> >lt.-,., j

churches civic organizations and! | term. that Starke now has three midget '! ; or of the Florida County ..f Itradford I.. graph : 30 4t 6 20 knoxx.
7 ROOM HOUSE On Thursday of last week the! teams and two intermediate team,; I' ) N Hudgel and in Chamer you are' fur h\. (C'FF'lCl.i.Dateil tin-SK lilt:.\l.i daof A. J.June Thomasn I I':,* % OTICI0-APPKltl ( If mor.t't .'"for. _JrLt t.. ibtw
aboxeider ea.I .t t tj
W.C.T.U. school busses ran as u'ual with: He said that the teams are prac- hereby notified that the r.I Clerk of the, Circuit Court t !. Circuit' C,.tr'. Iradf..rd County, certificate.) a.
: of this notii-e is July 5. I I'.i."i2; : By Myitle T D'-.,\ er, Deputy Clerk: Florlilm In Chancery. j!, .
1 ACRE LOT FOR all reporting for work accordingto ; ticing daily. !' '''U :chall on !said date -i-rx-- I Ii; i> 4- .j; j'f 7: ..lameK: i: Fulton. Plaintiff.s. Mary'K !' All of said propert} !t., tCounty -

WHAT IT :MEANS schedule and the early morninj I ill"'! ropy "f your defense. it ,: "'Ut"l. D..f.'nda.-it. of Pradford. State 'a i1 i- -
", J. Adkins, Jr., aitornej I t'nless such certificate nr iveri '
1 :.NOIICK TO Ai n\u
SALE Trade TOTAL ABSTINENCE j started as a regular school daj f' i .. plaintiff at the uddres-. II. Circuit ("..ur.. II mil ford (.. (Ca" No. S16S1f i' rates shall be redeemed a rd"I \ ,
or School Board .
POSITI'F.IOItL: AND CHRISTIAN without County lieloxi and iinrnedialriy there-i t Florida In (Chnnrerr. %fttlee T. 'pp..". I i to law the property d..-. rih- ii
: j interruptions. : file the original of the j To: :lal' t:. Fuluiiu. whose rrsij" !|i such certificate or certificate.-
!sunnI Hosaliu Mib'zanow-vki
223 S. Cherry St. PRINCIPAL ADMITTLNONO I | About 11 o'clock however pa. Re-Appoints Drivers, i ofiH. ... ,,f the Clerk of the Cir- I Staliisliittl I iIi zai..i'wIt I. 1'htintil'f.I. Defend> j".. .1 nee is Star R'iut.Xutjiber 2. t'i be sold to the highest' bid.1..r.1 h,
1''lIrt..f the | : I. (Ceorget4 South court house door on the f r -t M i til.&i
DOUBT NO trons and other school friends be i-ourt. ant Case No sis! :' I. Carolina. ,. ,
NODISCRIMINATION. 1 : Accepts Supply Bid \\ i.... a del-ree pro .-..nf........ wil II I :>ollce T.. Appmr.i i Tou are hereby notified that a in the month ot .J'i't '
DIGRESSION, i !ui 'which; '
CALL NO gan to drop in bringing interesting I .. '''. against4iu.. The na i- | To: Statnisiwtih'zaniwski,t I. i for Divon-e hats. been is the 7th day of .j.i

NO COM' ( .'iuJ",'t ..r this suit is to oil- | whose resideiti.and address t'. against you in the ,ibo\e t nameil Dated tIn2!!< da* of M I" i! >
i looking with them. A t
8-0591 or 5-9140 'I I : Twenty-two school bus driver di un'" on behalf: of plaintiff''. WeixVitr>'low. I'oezta Dydni.i. Court and cause and \1 are required ( FFICIAI. 8..: \1"h .m.t
PROMISE. I 111:30: Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Karne:! I x Iludi'i, from d..e"'ldanl. 11'"\\ jat IVisozoxv. 1'..la nd. to s,-n'" a 1(1|11 of your Ill'"w..r Cl.-rk of Circu't ., r .1! ni
SELBY IN were re-appointed for the I925r ; 4'. IIUdcl. or t.. the CiiinitxFlorida.I .
(P. E. I I You are heivl.x notified hut ., p.I1111 compl-iint "
arrived he I .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. UNION SIGNAL.) carrying a guita I term by the Board of Public Instruction ,. Hiadforil: .. County TeleRrapli'I. suit lot "" the li.IIIIII.t I I .\t.il i 1.x 'j : i t

case. I publisheil in llradfon.1 Divorce
at a :Monday meeting. V. Klouda. and of .

"i I Principal L. H. Futch invite 1 > The drivers were: Lloyd Barr) I II Ia I therein. i i" hereby general de.-ig- ,, ab.lias.\'..been named filed I'ourt against and you esutan'l in tin Men's Cloth"log

1 everyone into the auditorium am as the newspaper to publish you are required to serve ALVAREZ'
a 11
Ralph Gainey. J. F. Griff ,'r "f publication ..II.... ..,..'h > >"ur answer or pleadb'iK to t tlieloiuplamt W STORE 1S94 I1I1I
introduced Rev. Names who hac Estabhshe \ t
TRANSFER AND Clarence Htitchmson. Frank Norman for four ( H con-eciitiv on the Plaintiffs

j previously volunteered to entertain I Attorney T. Frank LandniniI -
STORAGE CO. Charity Williams : TXIOw: Honorable John .\. I Starke, Florida '_
with some music. After a I
Jotie Gertrude Slade. Newn Burr ii rphit--e .fid the Honorable \ and file the original in the "(ti'">

talk on "Everybody Living", Ikim.. Judges! of th. Circuit I jof the Clerk of the Circuit Court III,
W6 operate local I n(')'. Etta Faye Gill ( I in and for llradford County, I IIr before the A Visit To Our Office
Karnes played:: and sang two numbers :&, and A. J. Thomas. ,
'lerk of
'- & istce Griffis. Mrs. Annie Kelley. | j 7th day of July, 1! :52.:
; ; j4 and dismissed the group with! ,"rl. on this :3rd day of June. otherwise the allegation of said
'r n here In U. 8. Norman. Ethan l is! :.i.:!
I an} I Truman I Complaint will be taken .is co.-i-i:
""S rIItIALt&ID 1 prayer. 'I .\ L. Sl- .\ [.) .\ .1. Thomas. ifessed by4'U. ITT roc MONEY AHEAD ON
MI LL'e Ira RushaV.. C. Clemens.,, Jr. JY
EXCELLENT Children and teachers returnedi I Clerk Circuit Court | This notice shall be published
; Mrs. Nelson Green. Russell Horns ftradford < 'oiinty. Florida f tonre each Week for four colisei'tltive -
') A.r TT i to their classrooms for a short t ,\dk in.. -.1 c Adkins. .1 r. weeks in the Urailford Count INSURANcE COSTS.
) I by. Cora Stokes. Albert ) I .. tiank liinldinK. 'larie-ville.:
<:) STORAGE time while the ladies spread a I Telegraph j
Mary Jo Green and MargaretBrown. .i, :.. Dateil tin- 4th ,I.H of J unr. I l'.iJ:! Savings 10' ; to JO' ;
.bl Jj I i bountiful outdoor picnic lunch or ; for plaintiff. I A ti; 4t fi i7ur OFFICIAL si I.\I.I.i .\. .1. Thomas.

,, 1 ;. FACILITIES tables in the shade of the pint \ | Clerk. of the Circuit, Court ]
q11 0 j "The board accepted the bid ( : \ IMM.KIIONT Fun ''H!h' Mirtle l '1. I D..a\ei. I Deputy I'lerk i|
trees. \ \ niin: : Conner & Insurance
| 6 6 4t '1 :'T Gay Agency
L ii I About 50 patrons and friend I,. the Starke Builders Supplies -: is IIKIKIY ( ; (IVl.:N. that ,
rackham. the holder of the {
MIIKI; in iri'iiu
I lof the school were present to enjoy materials and supplies to be i{ .-ertiflcates hnfilcd said I Iin Clreuil '
See first! Court llrailli.nl ( .>unl> 116N.'ourtS(. Starke Phone 285
For us I this occasion and before i iI il t in remdeling and repairing :, .... for a tax deed to be is- I .'I..rI.lnt In ( ha n....").
i thereon. The certificate Xuin- lirad: } L. Cray: Plaintiff. v... Vn- _
DELCHERBROS. BIdg. I was over someone suggested tha t county schools: during the ,j j and Years of Issuance. the d..- 1 ginia At'ideison
i Ferryman : "we make this an annual event". month I j j i ion of the property nd the I j 'a"I'-t.. ::11'1 7 P.
i--- I in which it was ase..-ed are I I ,.iie.. To \llp..nr.
This enjoyable event waPTAsponsored ,; :1 Other firms submitting bids ", ,,: T..' \'irgi"ialId"rllon in;
i i .. :No: :T.T \.ar..r I... I .. ..
: whose iI'nkni'wn.. .mil
and wa:f B. T. Thomas Lumber Co. | .
project .
I .
i May :31. -\.tl. l IM! <. \t liiolast kiionu i lesidence u ilAValdo. STARKE
declared a grand success. Quigley & Davis. ,' ,' >li..n of IVoperly: l.ot 4'> &: I FloridaI UPHOLSTERYV.

4fi KX I-S: & Kx S 1 .",. Tow I I I \' are llelebv, "..11 itt;. ,1 t II.11 t a
Johnny Kopelousos "' "\' F: of Ky. in Sees. :21.:: :24. Hilt foi
SERVICE I :f : ; Township; :"i i' South. It.uiKc :22! DlV4iri.
Rev. Hall Reviews the annual staff of Bradford 1 e
INKIER \ : conHJAt
I h.lbeen fill-it .ia UI v .t I ii> III 111' ( \
i School requested an 11'" ;in \\ lilt ii .\...i'--ii .1 \\ al...\ .. named I'oint .unl; HIS.. aiul

R"F.. Hall will give a e10! I the board's policy so that .-.. : viIi an- riiiir,-,l i I" t., i i\ .1 iopijotir \ .'I l''s Make) Your Old Furniture
I ,,': N'.. :"i* \.ar..f 1"11. an.-wer or pb.nliik. to ihe ,
'view of his trip to the Holy Lanai 'II annual staff could secure a :May :::1.| A l\I l 1f)1 K. loinplamt i mi the I ri.uniill t t I .

ZENITH1I I the Pine Level Baptist Chun'1 hi I mercial school .., riptiou' of I'ropertv$ Coin .ii t .-\II..rn.'y. 4 'arlo-I I.: i Hniei I | :2"t lietter Thal New
I Cor ot SK":' of XK' & inn r'. : \\'est rin\ei-m" \x.. Iii.'.
I Sunday night June Su. s 0> dud<, i Kopelmi.sos said that the I :: ft S 1:1::: Ft for a nt of r.et r I :lamesville. Fbi id\ i

commissions i ..- "lit HUH-- S \:?: ft K ".',!I ft :N*: and file the oriKin.il ,in I t. ofnM | < All Work Fully Guaranteed
RADIOand I The public is invited, I it-tutM.S from 1 W :.44 ft to pt ..r I.eK. Sect 14.1,>" 1 the ('I..rk..f the I'M.' in', i out mi

-. put the annual on a ; | ""% ".. i1' South ibm Ilge :i'Kast: : 01. I...fl ire the : FOR
ni.I'm whiih ae>"..d' l II C ;1\1\ da of Jul' I I" inlherWI.e C.Ir
: I basI. I \'! h nf ,, '
III' iil' .ZlIt''i.' FREE ESTIMATE
[ en sou HE "GOSSIP'"I i The board deferred action 1 .rliti.at.'a.: : of I--M : I'omplaint will I I I I.' I d.1t i is o i-
:MaxII: All l9tI .. "..__,_.1 I... ,.....
until SHOP I'HOM E:
Sales Televisionand 1 Kopelousos' request l -.- i..11 of Pn>|N>rt>" About :J This notice; shall I.. inibli-li. ii

-By "slorly"; meeting. j s I-: Cor ..r tluif portion of $":'I loiu-e e.u-h xveik fi.r fi'uion.,...,1tive II 199 I M-
Service291'T 1-:'I that I liesV of !llotlil.! Secli4 it .-..ks 111 the Hradford t'.'i.,.It'' \
I Mrs. Annie Laurie Morgan "wn-hip I B South Hall!:" :?:? ":a'i. i Telegraph. -

.. .... .. .. : quested a leave-of-absence for .. in which Assessed: A. ('ar- Dated this :-"ii'd day of June.I I I" '. '
) OFFICIAL SEA A. J. Tin ,,, -
0I I '" 106 Washington St.
1 1952-53 term of school and ob'f ifii'ate' Xo .it. Y"ar..f Is-u- '....rk..f the Cm-nit '"'111 I Ii

empe Ave. Phone 166 I was granted the request by :, May :HI, .\.l P. 194S. i:)' 11 lrtbT.' Dca\ei. D.-put\ 'l 1. r I, I1. 0. 1 Box I 101(I I Starke. Fla.STARTEHA .
",- .. of Property X"IS l ft 6 41 I ". -'"

I board.Dr. j portion of SK'i of XK1: that I II

STAKKE, FLORIDA \\'. J Wood ham. 1-: of Cuad 12: Section 1';. Town II. 4'lreiilt 4'onrl.: llnulfwrd: 4 41111111. :
rI ( .; South Kanjfe :22: Kast I I'Uriila In < Iii iiCP.

srrrrppeflw sssflrJ F tSrSSflSflSSSSSflflSSflI.IIESIf ill I general supervisor of the ) IT'" in u Inch .\-.e-.s.-d : \\' \\' I ;'il.- )Morel( ., Plainliff, V.I". TT'C

I County Schools and county .nlthtllI: ,1.1 1 :Moictl"( I I D. >.li-nil.int
| ..-: .' S.. .I. Year of l 1.- Case: Vtinier
.:-1 __ intend ent-el'ect of Escambia: May :31.I \.n. T.MS! of I..bliruit lea, nil > ...IiI.I..r ,'" ',."

." an informal report on 's'rijlt ion of Proper*. Wi : of .\ | ; +1ntr til l-'liirlda. '!',,
.r' -' ty. gave of F.I., Sertion I S. Township' Fernamla :'.i I..rdl.'h......

(wL \ 1I'Falh'tU; > Jr.'lID 1[ (..Th@_ IX !, supervisory program in the >i "lh Ha nee 22: Kast tti'iii'e and aildn---I Capolonn: ,

-,--,_...##" ,-- Schools. iii.- ill which .As-e.--ed I I..ni I. < :,'n"X..., \i. (Italy
"" I : ford County : Iwin... ,1 You are r"'jllll'| 4l to apI.| ,. GET BABY
think the trouble's in :, .. :>:.. 9":. \'al'.r I-1-- I July 7. I t:.:2, m tin above II.. I", .

: :May :HI.:I .\..11.1l411! foiiil .in-l ,'all- wherein pl.n.. i > d; ---":
you're tired of waxing TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT the vacuum pump !" Dog InoculationsTo .criptlon 4if Pr"|MTty : 1-ot-, I l.i.:: ': seeks dixoict. Mratidford; t ''.i ___

:your floors try Plasti-Kote Trans- MATTRESSESOF f Ilk I 2!::. T..lllpl.lIdlll"" to 'TeleRranh: shall publish tinI a .1 I i l, CHICKS

parent Finish. Easy to apply inexpensive. \ Be Given Here ... Sei-tion :2S.! Tiiwnslnp Rj in next fiurckly: iKnuet

and you eel a clear ALL KINDS j h KaiiKt- :22 .. a"l. i Witness III)" hand and .filial) -. "

protective finish that last 12 I Getting down to "Har fact," ,, .. in which A"....'.>...4i : K.: M at Starke. Florida this: June .". l I' ( PI/RIFIA
months.-Farm. Homeulo RENOVATEDFURNITURE i Arrangements have been ,.. OFFICIAL SKAI.) .\. J. 'i'i..i. and
Supply we'll hunt down the trouble and I .rlifkSu.. 96. \.tr..f [-,-"- | A.. Clerk' 4>f said Coin' CHIcI
for veterinarian to be in (
I :M.t: > si. A !II I94X .1:'} Myrtle T. Deaxer Deputy 'J"I i KI
VOK SALE-Hrick building formerly I I make you pleae at pour ford County on June 14th ",' of Property: Com at I I 'h.1. I K. II..'-*. :!/l4.u"i 4 fiiar.intv !1.,1.'

occupied by Hoover Bros.: Studio 1 1cor. j ,. rhoico of enU-e.. i of : Cor of :N\: % of SK, & run S ItlilK J.ii.)K-"inille.. FloriJ '
Kast 'all and Cherry St. See'IVella. 21st for vaccination dogs ; ft for a pt of .beg thence run W Ally-. tor I'M tj h/ 4t '. .: ( PURINA

Homer, Cor Ka.it: Madixon / rabies. The total price charge '! : ft s; ::.(i ft K 210 ft x :;1fI to pt -
and Church St 3 ti '/C YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTLIBBY ; '>-i .-..tinn ::32:! Township .> ,\ oll('K 10 c ltI.hllohta
'I I be $1.50 per animal. which will 1 llanse 22 E.it All reditor of the Estate ..I.r I I'Roberts :,

FOR $.\.1FiS x I concrete blocks Keupholsterrd and I dude the inoculation vaccine i .. in which Asse-seii : Albert ha deceased are hereby n..' \ CHICK
lie each. Also cement mortar mix I -.iii led and required to file any i I.. "' -
and t-teel windows. Bradford Knineerlnff : Refinished tag. Contemplated schedule 1! of said property being in the or demandi whn-h they max h.. I.I .

Co. of I liradford. State of [Finn in the ..i'r ,. .
( 4t 5/15 to time and location is as : s | against said ": 'Iat.

UANnl.tK Radio and Appliance IL\STI MATTRESS: CO. Sales & Service June Hth I I of the Cotnty Juds of t"rol.\I."d
Service. Open 8:50 a.in. -" such certificate certi County, Florida in the "'"lIrth. .
till 9am. Up Box 230 Palatka, Fla. I Starke. City Light Plant 10 II ..". Miall be redeemed a......riling ': at Starke. Florida: within u _

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFOU L. ... the property de n-ribert in talendar' months from the da'- _
WAXTKD-Cruduate nursor licensed I t 12 noon. I cert ifittp 4>r 4ertifieatewill. i the first publication of this =X .'

practical nuri<... part time KENT-3-room furnished : Kaiser Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP Hampton. City Hall -1:50( I to the highest bidder at the' : F.ach claim or demand must b. n
apartment comfortable beds I House door on the fir"t Mon state tli.. >
duty. Apply :301 W. Call St; tf writing and must I
electric range. Call :>1. bridge. K.Starke. 3:30: p.m.Brooker. I in the month of .1111\'. I ii! .*,:!. of residence and post-oftne ni -I

von RRNTThree 1 bedroom turn- take left graded road li. 32 Colson'a Store : i.- tin-, 7th da\. of .Inlv. .\ l I'' .of the claimant and miitto h. _
Large shady lawn Also completely :Mrs. Carl Wynn, Brookside Apt! 5:00: p.m. ... thi- 4th daof Inn. .\l I.'. altor'iex. or it will "..mne x .

U. June 21st :! ..
furnished garage alart- ording to law.
I 'IA I. SKM.i: \ J Thom.i
tn. at $2 S a m _____ ______ Lawtey Hall-10Ot
.::. I.KT J. 11. onon. JR. I' '1 I City : Clerk of Ciriiiit Court ofI'.ndford F.
Ili.J. :;tchg 6/6 1.1..11.dmlnc.lralnx
IIMLKOlll a.m. < ''lIlItFI..nd..i'. .\ .. the l 1
C\TTLK .\'\ U HOGS! 6 I; 4t >; :: ..
.'Hit :: of J. I' Roberts '
RKXT-Furnished apartment.private \L"S- : Starke. Reno School : I. .
Television "
% It
bath light and water I.h. Oak KraehVed: ..djirPKOTKCT Tips"CHARLES" I ;
e > OTICK 10 .' ''t-nn
furnlKhed MfII.tat: at Williams. 12:00: p.mKingsley. -
PlatL. c.rh
Tkurady f.
( xurt. Hrndfor.l tinit
i'T Church and IQIh St<. lIp YOt'n SECUniTIKSFireproof Lake. I(' .: In Cbnnrerr.Mpert. In Clrrnlt% oTiriio('.iurt, Ilrndf4ird.\'IHI.ountr.rinridn SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORE

Plaintiff. v. :Martin I
Store 2.00-3:00 "h ,- .
VOR IUXTbt'druIIIII: furnished Protecto : : p.m : ( n ery.Fredri.
Security Box, !i Alpert Defendant ,
.louse Couple or couple ail infj beautiful large heavy duty steel It is urged that all dog ;|,, Ca-e No 9111 k I' Mor.in i'Il: : Starke. I'la.p
.ntMr i *. Harrington. \Vashini- Kathe'ine )1.1 I. Detendant .
U4\t:. .11.... Water !'t... "" box. $10.25:! plus tax. Bradford use this opportunity to have I I Ice. Ti Ipprar. ,Ca-e .N-i '
County Telegraph. tf :Martin K Alpert. whn e resi.
dogs inoculated: against: ; '' '<- i- .I I lrnn--wi Street, New Nlle To Appenr.To ..
WAVTKltExperienced and 'l'l\h. ,'I New ,ler-e K.th..rll"' Mort i. "I. '
fie.l man to be assistant mU1Ul'r"ulhHng : SINGER SEWING Machine Com This I i- the most effective > .1.| ". e ,I- t I'nklloWIIYon
Ilan)'. Lake City, FU. Phone ISO.will are hterri'y noiifu-ii tint II'<
1 notified thai >
supply >11""I: t hiereha"
flit ? ? in the control t of rabies: in tor art
\ repair your machine in tip ? .
furnish references.! Starke IJuild- ; "i.ft..eI for Dixor." e habeen tiled .IL.otl
top condition reasonable Wa
ers ul'l'h'I and human- aboxe in :
III the c.
use only genuine Singer parts I I' been filed again1von in the f ... -P 1MOIPS
.. Court and cause and you a'
Our named Court and ':111'" and p-pKills :
service cars will\ pick and r.
KITRXISHKD IIOl'SK for rent. 4 up ,.. to *ervi a copy of > i' .
delivery service nOM! OF aUKODDSHAPED | are required to serve A 'Il% of |' quirt O ) .tS CAI'ti Stints "U w* % CuIMjfjflZ'
room Klec refrigerator. gas upon request to the C..Lon "
RotaryHeeting : tire1
New -in-wer "r pleadini! I. pleading
tote :Mrs 0 L Haves. ;0t SWater Singer on reasonable machines term are aailable 4KADS : lilt 4>n the I'lantiff'. the Plaintiff .Attorney. T-

-- --- UpVOR --- -- Dr W J Woodham. who Attorne\ I.I: > Selden SeldenCuildint ( A. Yawn. Jr. 11 Ka-t i '.iH; -

FOU THK nrnOKT-MIXDKP: Bride rlAVE SMOOTH MINDS ;. Davton.t: n..h Florida''!' tar"... Florida and fn" I
ranted leave of absence
IUSTl'urnl"h..1: garage apt a of theth < ;
... -100 EngravedVedding Invitalions .. file the one'nal in 11.fri., ,.r'original in the
modern 'n.nm.netlitar. irhunl :
Jf Bradford rierk( "f thCircuit" Court on Court "1 "i .f. I
tj'.MQ' -iipfrvisor l'lr'ul
on fine ra -,'''"t'"t -
,Adult Phone lW: 6i:. :McIt. papctonly
3IG9! c.l ,.. .. .. the ::nth day of June I l'$2.:! oil I. _
1Ihnn.Pt1R he Bralto"duunt' vhoola! to a successful .
wage C.
ofaid 1
Telegraph. tfPEUVEL 7th d.iy of .1111* I If\ .2 thr allegati. i-
... paign for Superintendent of ,,,.. th- allegation- of said Will be taken as i...onfe-st !. /fffL.
\1J.-Tltr..r..ur'h. ,
GAS REFntl>lm.\1"OnS \! will be taken .i- mnfe--- Thil notice shall be pironc a
l.ind at Instruction .
with good well. $200( Also of hi, home
2-aore lan.1 Regularly priced at JISS:! !SS; Prn '> >ou. ,, ta..h week for four con--
1:001.1"0 tract hou with on lu..1. : ul.i i i ed to s.1at\ JI7JS5! Ym ,ati'' Escambia. was guest speaker notice shall be published I I i week in the Pradford Coun'" _
'e SS a.resgo.ii I
beat this one Slade. ( Cn ai'h week for fnur consecutive f graph.
fnntlnd.. $:!.5/111/ rash n.OOO: ( ,'I as uV Rotary Club
: fIr J Wednesday .k.. in the Bradford County Tele- Dated this 27th dav. of )1. vI
a t terms. On load 100( t tnt .softarke >' __ I I SEAL) A J Th .
RADIOS REPAIRED Taking. his topic the "h (OFFICIAL mu "II
Hale i':. :Mitchell. IU 1. ,t..o1 'l.i-, I.' day: ..f :Mav. l I\: '.2. ,I Clerk of the (lrMI. C. ,irfI'.x : _
liox Ix! _:itpWANTKI [, All :Make All Model .. magazine 'The Rotarian". [,'I\I. SKI.i A J Thomas. I: M'tlT I Deax-r I 1"1"1'. T-
>I Ilr..on.hle ehartceo .
.aara.t.01 W Khlham graphic ("I!"rk nt th Circuit Court -n: ;
-ivaler for Farmers cms.! siiF.piiF.itn H- gave a Mvr'lT D..a\.r. Denn'v r-1...... /

Market Cities Service Station. This II 703 W. fall St. Sl.rte Ph. rt> tion of how Rotary ideals f. '. 4- ., .'7 MITII'i: it' 'I'ftIn 4Itf
atton hAil Just been modernized.If .
brought t.> he reader -- Cirruit (' Bradford < un"
: .ur.
you have ll.'iflO\ to prnIrrIYetiwk p'onU:-FOP. \LE-Roper n' \orirK TO trrnut Klorl.li In ( haneery. -

this station with merchanli ,I range i'i good condition Price 'he: Imt>s"m the magazine rirralt ('..urt. Tlrndforrf C.nnty, I Duanir.ilwird: '
li !. 'lubrication equipment and reasonable Mrs \ K Sauii > ,; In ('h"n..t>r1. I FI" Ial ?
'Aur'-ni 1 H : I *
"..Utl'ryd''r ..r. vou can m.ike: i' Phone KJ-VV. u;; 't.-\tahtlD: 1 > In TlIf' I Irenit Court Of "' n .ri in Alfroromliie T'lamtiff }I Pifenitant'i 'ra
money i* rent i U I..w,1.- HcheFOP. Wiviit. W' ,iNon Mien'roinhie. FCOOCHEMICALC
-- KUhlh JnJIeial ('I N'U It. In t '.tIe. T. Appear.To .
fcerM n. Hot: Iosn. .\\a.-l, "n\'lll. 1 1VU I. 'a-e .V. ?.1M
for Bradford <'ouatT, In < .. .. rid tnt Aur-'ia H. KM- .' ",
or tel Ja. ksonville Sstfi RKXT Two bedr.K.in .
-- furnisheil T. \t>t>n>'
_!ip 61 h..u.--. 317 hunh, J'1'acant 'l.tri .\ 'hapt-ian. Plaintiff.I .. Waymnn WiNon A I..r. ro-nbie, dence i.- ::i iOi Ka > i REALKIU' I ___

now Inquire iii:;. :Mi.Mahi-n: or call I Mt any busings will operate 'u.- invoF'.F, ,>M residence is ('herr i III... 'iris'i. Texa ______
I,(IST nrlh of ll..mpti>n on :M'iII. \ 1W. Itch!: .1 I .iv \\ hap-7\.in 1..e.d.ial Carolina You are herei a ______

>>ne black \\ hue and tan ft. I smooth under honeni prices andreputable Noiirr. TOIn tPPFIiT' : ..', are hereby notified that a for livor"a.r lNSj2' __
male walker Fox Hound \ FOIl SALE-H"=I"I..r..d Boxer puppies gots1'.. \Vh4iman| Indian.ii>..! for agaln-t"ul you in th.i <- .
liberala-h reward for or 1 n.ltanL,
rejur'i |, ears cropped. rrasonabl.Contact Ivoreand resoration' of maiden Court and ause an i ..r.
information lemlng ti rec.\t-r\ C-Pl. Hatcher. RE.4.yJLL
of this dott.-C U Atkinson. P ]{ P.landmir Ut! ha. l" .
: lip | een brought against ) 1 been filed against you in the wer or to tbc... '. ion MqIilu
n. n..x 12. l.Vooker. Fla: Up 6 1flKKHT : i -he i'ir, uit ,'..Uft .)f Florida \- named Court and cause and the pl"ad''j" .ttt..riII .- .. 1
I FOR SALE-Baby bed. with inJ .r 'he County nf Plint I 11111
inner- Chas. C. are required to serve a copy of i:: .iI IttITS
10'01t.: ." In Live Oak: nrln r ,mattress Excellent im-j 1 ShepherdGuaranteed State of Florida in Chancery r answer or pleading' to the Duglal. Lyiuh i ; ''I I hb'-RFA1-hla-
Fta. CooJ and business ditlnn. lik ,, 1 'lar.i .. Ja4kfVile. Florida, and' I' I
profitable | new. Rea nnal>le. :II* A happan ant >u are : on the Plaintiffs %
*taMUhe.l.. Nn. other bakery in _Orange St. Phone :J31-J! _Up !' I ther i.>tifted that the return .i.\)' Attorney.Carlos E harper 204 ; original 'in tt. ot.t, of I.. K -
'o\rn. Selling lne to Hejth ->fowner. I i.this n .ti.-e is July 9, 195J.: and ) West University Avenue of the ( .> on : t. l
Phone 384 K. Live Oak. WANTED-Yardman or hand}'man. )t hal! on said date oerve a Gamosville. Florid! the :/th daIr June. 1":: '
'la. or write Ony Krlnson for steady work around buildings and : RADIO I ''opy of your defense if any. file the original In the office of I -the allegations "f
fa"lhf'r Information_tip KflZ grounds Apply any mornin El j' & TV | J f* Adkins. Jr. attorney for I I Clerk of Lh* Circuit Court on plaint will be taken a- d F-

}{...nfho Motel Hrhg | Plaintiff at the address! given l I before the I by )you j&TF
FOR RENT-f lose I,. desirable apartment Sales and ServicePh. 100.' and immediately thereafter I'1 : .1,
7th: ; also three room.1 bath \VTMKVT FOR REXT-Partial-j I''' the original of the same In the I I .. the allegation of said once .a(note...k four Cons'bO ,!, 4
and screened porch cottaee with Iy furnished. Frazet house behind flee of the Clerk of the '' la'nl w.ll be taken as ruafeaa weeks In the Bradford County Tele- --
ilep yard Rent reasonable. :G1W.t ht Baptist Church $15 ma A I I 239 Starke *'!)( ft. of the above Court .. i by yw. ( graih.I -

MaJison. If J. Thomas\ Jr. Administrator It flrrrrrs _sflflt a .1._ a decree pro confeseo \ ill be "" I| .!!. ntce! ull be puihiedI! ; Ui'ed. thi- :c th day of }& -
I eel asAW.st > oa\ The nature and i I

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