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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'OLD FASHIONED FOURTH'Today's Copy

Official County Publication Established In 1879

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youth is slowly gaining the impression that the VOLUME SEVENTY-THREE -STARKF., FLQ.lUD."l ID.H'. Jl'L19.'j:? NL3L8Eli1FTy.oNF I

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pinnacle of Fourth of July festivities was the just recently"old

fashioned" Fourth that featured popping fire crackers -:,
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and swishing sky rockets. ..y.i.i Congressmen Hope

But that's not true. The era of singed eyebrows and ,.

"flash in the pan" according to ; ___
burned fingers was only a To

many old timers. They remember the "good old days" of Make Blanding

Fourth of July celebrations back when the Fourth occupied : !.

a top spot on the year's holiday calendar. ,.. .. :I
t'' New
V Marine
A'tf ,.> .': ) Base
In Bradford County'the Fourth i here a couple of times." she said. -

of July celebrations around the' "but I don't remember if ItVa? _.c : ::1

turn of the century were high. on the Fourth or not. We used tc I Kiank, .A ",'nn.>.11 \\ '

lighted by picnics speeches, dancing carry hugh dinner baskets. There'dbe *;k : ti>li i' iI iii 'nn 'r.ipital: I .,ew .11 ,

and train excursions. They? fireworks and three-legged and Saturdax .|:.n'ksonx.cU-: .1.I -
__ ds, losl'l i
] the
r first
were real family affairs with other races. t t.-ne::

most of the families in the county j "Baseball games and horse .J fa t t'Kt Florida's d-ii-mti "

participating. I races used to be the big events" t!.. Ofnn.it: r '"s ho been woikns: ; i igfti'N
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A few early County residents said Arch Thomas. Sr. "Starke ) t i .nt.-rest the Ma

gave the following discrip'tions of'; used to have quite an outstanding forps! m using Camp Bia m.-'_

those old fourths: I baseball team, and the Starke I a- .1 tr:lining/ base for" the i i.', -

'c .Authorized{ Third Mai me 1 P.\ .
"We usually had a picnic at : Tigers' would play teams from '

Worthington Springs." said Lawton Gainesville, Ocala, Lake City cording to K"niii.: \ Matnis .
Conner. "There'd be dancing tc I. Fernandina and other north Raging flames bent upon the complete ruination of Three flirmen are !shonn about attempting to cut The flames apply the finishing louche to that I.. \left Holland and Sm.itnc's >4nU '

a fiddle, and we'd spread a picnic : Florida towns. Or we'd rope offa the old Bradford Plastics. Incorporated building are 1 the flames"" off from the front of the building Holding of the building's rear portion in, the picture ahoxe Thi. presentatn t'nn"u uiteil m

dinner. Or we'd take a seine tcSampson' stretch of r.'id and have horse pictured above at the height of their fury near Urn rear I the hose arelUake Jackson (white coat ) and S. It. Hickx. part of the builiBg I had l>een constructed of tin tin a the other Florida Congiessin: ,, to

*, Lake and have a fish races. of the building. Thick black smoke caused by burning lolunteer firt"lnPn."i!>tant Fire Chief Harold I. Reid wooden fra"- .QH total damage to the building and its Sikes. Rogers. lIt'rllln1: Millie

fry/ "There were only two public lacquer, billowed high into thq sky. (whose leg ,how, to the left of Jackson) i I" directing; the lontenis has hJ &..timatt'tl at between $;)j.ooO and and Lantaff. have been III 'I'tiu.' ,

"There'd usually be about 75 places on Kingsley Lake in those I', Polaroid I 1- tinUI.. I'hptoby thf T"l"er ijih ,trf'an4 $1)7,000. Pl hourly contact"with l 'ml.

persons at one of those gatherS :, days although there were favorite t Secretary of the Xa\\ .K. I ,

of spots where: various familie I Whitehair of Deland i
ings and that was a lot people '' '
for this county in those days. It gathered. There'd be barbecue. i! '. .- :": fortuitous friend u n >. .
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would take longer to travel too a barrell of pink lemonade. and Giant Fire Wipes Out : enterprise",
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sometimes would have that I
If we were hard on the horse we we %Whiten he, 'I

could make 20 miles in four hours." ,' special new treat ic ('ream \ ,. I IIHI operatic .._ ig tJi. i

"Fourth of July Isn't anythinglike made in those freezer wiih: '- : delegation post* on \. i

it used to be." said G. W crank on them. : !>1 Jan" of the :N&, ,'. K;,." .

Andrews, "Christmas and the "Or we'd take an exjiimim; ,! Mir! Old Plastics BuildingA Pie! et'ft) pili. .

Fourth used to be the biggest to Fernandina or Cedar Kexs" ht' nils! pin .'i't| i 1- ,

holidays of the: year. : added. "The railroad went fron-. ii1R 'I i !t'ln lo1! ;\

"We used to have picnics at one of these points tc the othes" .
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Worthington Springs or Samp. "We'd have picnics at Ci'"sr\ giant smoke-laden fite nunpletely .v -it'' t't "'. ...t''I"I 0' '' '

furniture .ston ,,,. ...... .,,' \\:1.! .' .'' 1 I thcie ill. 11 i. :
son City. We would go there ir. Lake, said Fred Scott "Th( 1'\1 ergulfed a : : : 1' :: 1 : ; i : 10" 1.111'- 'I'1' i iMann t I' .

a horse and buggy and everon : be boating and dancing on the house on Temple Ave. Mondav di-- iit-i! "iHI'M'S .\"f.' ;" i' I'U'niy Oik i I"" IM 'I'! t: i I.j..... :ie i '((1.- -. i I. iai-ei| the .

carried umbrella\ *. I used to know i pier. It was the OnlY cl'! ,e re-1 i stroying the building and $:0.000 blackened b\ ':- ur,' r'Iahle!! pan s '}11.1! .>pi.< iit\: n.,,>\\ ,'\'f in "hie, ot where the I.. '

ella iu the then." 'sort at that time, and we'd! really to $60,000 worth of furniture The flames Chiei Ctipentei.. said that I th' |1" "
every county : \l \. is the "'morning alter"shot of the Itradftvul I'lastiis. Inc. ;,,'nh' <.f this new thud 1 ,I' .
have for those building was the old Bradford Fire Chief I) W Carpentersaid fire Wts a hot and ditticult\( hlaz.'
crowd
"There was always a picnic, I. a risy i tiuildinx ''boat u a" judged a total loss utter :Monday's inferno. The should be located. The Hviion -
"I worked Fourth of Ju'y." Plastics Incorporated building that : \ that the cause of the blaze to fight. He said the danger ofexplosions '
said Charlie Futch "and
some every from IHlrtiun of the building still stands lint its. interior and (ontcnts is now in Kota i ;, <
unknown but I | /
was being used as a storeroom is that he is fairly kept his men from eii-
fellow would make a patriotic ; said T J. Griffm. a retired railroad I' ,.
and paintloom by the Bradford certain that iwas not the result I teeing; the building. They attempted have been rhurred! l h.tht'. llaiiK'x. Second is stationed at Ci ,
speech.Ve'd have square dancing employee. "In fact. I'dj
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of spontaneous combustion caused to cut the front Part of the C.
Furniture
Company.The
to one or more fiddlers. j work harder than I did any other : I'
I II building was apparently I by the 90-degree heat that was : building off from the fire by extinguishing "Since the Third111.1: \
"Sometimes we'd have a baseball i day in the year. There were few I T & T Started
game in Gainesville. There'dbe I I activities aroun-j! here, and we i iI i ignited by a series of explosions. plaguing the city's residents at :: : a strip across the Camp Blanding Building Wing is now moving in'! "I,

!i The rear part of the building was that time. middle of the building Locka (Inear Miami) as ii"i, < "
train to Gainesville would run excursions t.i Fern-
a special i ,i instantly filled with flames fed by Mrs. Eddie Hartman, co-owner I The firemen attempted a pincher anent training base it ,m.m..

A baseball game" was 'big doings'In andina about and $2 Pablo Bejch" They'dcost lacquer and paint that was used I of the furniture company. said movement by working ho. e3 on Rail Spur Clearing In Early Stages sense lo have the Third Mann

those da's. rouad-.rip. I to finish the furniture. The front that a crew of five men had left I I both sides of the buil'lini Car- : Division somewhere'

"There'd be speeches' band So the next ti-ne you hear a I portion of the building waj, part- I the building at 3:30: p.m. The fire I I penter said that his equipmentwas Kennedy's informant uearn\
VH
music and racing." said Mrs. E. fellow talking about the "old I Reconstiuction Bland ("O
began at approximately 4:15: a.m. no match for the blazing inferno at Camp Secretary
9. Mathews. 'There was a pavilion fashioned" Fourth uiih; cherry i She said that the men hid just j ing proceeded on schedule this this week and has succeeded in I Whitehair pn.ntfd h'.i

in the city park in those bombs and shooting stars just i Picnic adopted new working hours andif He commended his volunteers''week, although most of the work i laying the footings/ for the concrete I II I that in the Marine type ,n rise''
the
days and I remember hearing a remember that to son: folks he : Humphreys they had been working their for their work. The voluteersfi" :' was still in the preliminary stages. block wall for the Telephone and I ing AirIng and toe gi i HIM.

town band play music. and his fourth aren... t x P.t "dr). uciiid :. I I old hours they might have been '.tin,* the blaze were Hlake Construction is underway on the : Telegraph Building. j troops are inseparable The \

"William Jennings Bryan spoke ', the ears. I II caught in the building when the Jackson, S. R. Hicks. J. C. Barton : $20.900 Telephone and TelegraphI i His CI'l"has also constructed I Wing gives the Marine infuu: .

Slated For July 4"We're explosions oc: reJ. I C. L. Dinkins, Edgar Wilken-:I Building and the right of way for a five-foot deep cable vault that I close support To do thai III .m

Legion Nine Notches First Win Chief Carpenter estimate the 30n and C. S. 3hi1er r. Ha said I the rail spur is being cleared and will lie under the building. Thee bat. it must be" done in Uauim, :?
I I "Therefore, Kenned'rn'
value of the building at $ '.5O). I[ that the men worked steadily for grubbed. building's communications appar- I.
I
hoping to have 550 persona N. H. Rrorsen of Live Oak I atus will be connected with outside Hi, "the Florida delegation:
The part of the building that was j i! f.ur hours putting out the blaze' was ,; ,
Ui. Plays Three Home Gqmes Next.Weefc j I at our second" annual Fourth'S i, completely destroyed was- male of 'I id then cleaning and drying the working! a crew of about 10 men lines by cables runningthtrough going to go after tIns third Ii 1.
JnUr tie'i aid FC Wfti'helgeneral I:
f 9 HBIB M M M MM M this vault. rine Division and get t'te .1
i
till on aAoilen skeitun. it .J equipment. I
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Starke's Post 56 junior legion I I its first win Monday by taking I I superintendent of Hum- owned by H O Brown of 1J'1 Monday's fire was the fire de- ', City Council Urges A subcontractor* Julian Johnson !I i I interest in Camp Blandi'ip
phreys Gold Corporation. Last I II
baseball team fresh from it- first a 4-3 extra-uimngr contest from'I Hum-i ingrtop Springs and formerly of pirtmenfs second call for the has succeeded: in clearing approximately -[[ "The delegat'on icah/e- .
about 500 attended the Citizens To Clean
victory of the year faces a busy Jacksonville Beach. Delanoi I year Starke. I month of June and the month's i ; one-half of the right | the Army still has s.nivBlanding '
for its and
four-game schedule next week. I i Thomas' tight pitching gained I their phreys families picnic employees : Mrs Hartmann aiid that she second total loss. Earlier! in the Ugly Vacant LotsThe of way along the proposed rail j that it IR no.\ -.p"tmi- .,

Three of the games will be played i him credit for the win. I ( had no idea of what could have month the house of John Henry spur He is stripping a 100-foot several million dollars t" '
j The picnic is a box-lunch affair
lien* on the BUS diamond: at 8 p.m I I Next week's schedule calls for I ', caused the explosions. She slid Walker was completely destroyed:; Starke CMV Council) hear.) wide line. 50 feet on each side of back on a standby bat. hi">
at Lake Whittemore the mine'
on I
The Post 56 team chalked up : the following games: Monday that part of the company's loss' Carpenter said that \last year complaints about ursightlv and the proposed track's center J feel i hat no stone shun I i
property south of the road leading -
Augustiiie at Starke. Tuesday was covered by insurance but not : dun:'? the month of June the fire naanlousacant lots in the city.at Johnson is also bulldozing up unturned to interest the M"because
the main The
to building area
I
Fifty-Eight Youths Jacksonville Beach there; Thurs all of it. department received nine calls:; for its regular nieetnm Tuesday. old ties and pushing them i into i! 15000 to iH'Miit' ') \i 1 1.
will furnish hot dogs, ice
day Jacksonville\ Post loS at company She added that their complete fires that ha'i a total damage of and it agreed to take action:' piles so that they can be carried actually there would he t "o t I''
and cold drinks with
Apply For School's Starke and Friday St. Augustineat I cream the lunihes to go I stock of bedroom furniture. one of less than $lOi). He said this June against persons responsible for away. j I I than having the place on i ,

Starke. Weichel said that the |I the company's specialties had been they had only two (calls\ but the ,,, these conditions if the lots were t The Wm. II. Smith Construction ) by basis waiting for Ito' \ .
Swimming Program eompar.yhas
wiped out and that the compiny fires cost an estimated damage :' not free from weeds and : '.
Monday night's !game': was aseesaw purchased 1000 prizes for the''Ipicnic's kept Co. contractors for the rail spur. '! decide whether it will e\ '
will discontinue the manufacture of :
Fifty-eight sthool-afjed children affair that ended its I many games. and he figure $60000 to $70.000 trash. i have unloaded about :500 of the activated."Should.

registered for the summer swimming 'regulation seven innings in a 3-3 : guarantees that every child and City Cll'l k Carl Johns reminded 7.000 cross ties that \\;1be\ needed the Florida p. 'i';' ,

/ program sponsored by the I deodlock. In the last of the eighth I every woman will\ come away County Commission Holds HearingFor the citizens of Starke that the : to complete the project. The' ceed in winning the Nainent \ .. 1 I'<,
will the lots for small .
county school system said Coach ;, Starke loaded the base and Paul I with at least one prize. city mow a i rail spur will connect with the I over to their WHX > '
I
Harold Hazelwoo, co-director of i; Rivers' singled to drive home I There will be swimming in the Right Of Way LandownersThe charge He said that weed or Humphreys Gold Corporation rail Ing.; little difficulty is ant' : ..' ,'
trash filled lots not ruined
the I I Sidney Jackson with the winningrun. lake, and several life guards will only spur and will end approximatelywhere in persuading the An:. '. '
proJ"ram.Hazplwood
''be hand the appearance of the city but the Camp's old rail lineterminated claims Ml ,
that the on to guard asainstdi linquish its to i
said' .
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group Board ot ("ount> C"onmi we..k'; r'gulir r 'I11p'lIision..r'- they provided a fire hazard a> well.: I
into 43 Thomas took eve on the owning A nurse will also attend I Kennedy continues. "Uiv
was divided beginnersand sioners was called int. a -pecia! I nieetiiigA. John? saii that persons needing '
He said mound for the locals in the thud in case of other injuries Robert Craig superintendent: when the Army condiM-I .! ,
15 intermediates. meeting! last week to take: up D. Martin, owner of property their lots mowed could have the for the Smith
inning He struck out seven men Weiche) expressed a hearty welcome I' Construction Co.j of deactivated'or." \\ "
that no one applied for the two in the first three innings ht to all of the company's employees matters of road right of way on Temple Ave. (State Road city mow them by calling\ the city said that so far he had hired about cantonments vey for the .'

older classes swimmers or junior and their families.1'R'I. on State Roads; 235 2:9: and :200.! :20':! )) said it appeared that the hall : six local men, but that they would i I pui'x"
pitched. half dozen of t cn: I
life savers but that he or Coach Three property owners offered roid was encroaching upon six The ('ound"s! meeting was the begin more extensive operations placing a

James Hobbs would register anyone '- "" \/ .... to donate land on the State inches of his property and that first meeting held at the new timeof next week. lie said that he had'! rehabilitated standby t lIa-1;i i '

interested in taking these 'I "' \' Road 229 right of way if certain his roof would have to be braced 5 pin \huh the council has received about 85 applications: were several other camp

courses. y \.. 'f'' snpnlat HMwe'e" met by thecount' up and the metal posts would adopted fur the flu'Xtt i "i Mionths from local laborers at his office on'' Blanding/ close race it' '
swimmers now meeting ,. '' not upsH Army plans gP' > :
The are
.- '_' have to be replaced. f'ourt St across from the courthouse I
,
I rq '
outfit beliexe-
at two times during the day. ; _. Ra> '! \\' Brann stated lie I Florida
_. : agreed to have the w.irk Calvin Blount '
There are two morning classes) .oN.' tha' n, > t I. Hilling to give a 40- done himself if the county would Rowland said that there has I Ihen a selection of one of th-. .

from 9 until 11 :3rt am for beginners ,. fill II' ", i' fell in the right rembitrse him for the actual expenses ro work started: a- yet by the 'I and to turn Camp Bin) !

and two afternoon classes. .. <>! "' H. i.sked payment for incurred. The proposition Released On Bail W f> Owens Construction Co. ofitarwater to the Navy"K'nrwd

3 until 6 one for beginners i:' <(< who had !
.
from
p.m contracted to
1' eethat ) the
'''' m- were n was approved bthe board an' falvn) Edwml HI'lunt."hr
and one for intermediates \ ti resto: e !the i .imps utility ..v. tt'm. i wa
lam x'r He valued tfci he was instructed to have the has admitted t'.ie fatal stabbing :
,
tJ. her.iiures,1 1.
I I
to Lateto pick ur inkling: > -
Buses run ..,"" :rr" ,..; .. 'r" ,-,'Hi > j work done "f his father Edward :Minhtl' ,
swimmers for the afternoon ,1 I City Offices of the Florid 4 :I'"
Close
leavePtarke at \ \ : i Baxter said that :3i Jay Moody, owner of landtraverst'd Blount. was released front emir- gallon'1- """ i III'" .
bus
classes The '
2K: travels to the Heilbronr .- .. i I.. ". front porch wa* in I by State Road 235 ty jail last Friday on S.:.000 bond Saturday, July 5, Marines,. I : r 'J: J'

cross load: and then t( n. i '.\ aShe offered tc j I asked that the \location of the The ] '(-ar-old Lawley bov possible 'i: f."I' ,

the Springs Lawte\ school It ptckriddeN I-- ..' s S" es'ry:; land if her road be changed at its intersectionwith was being/ held on a warrant of Others Remain Open had kept tn r.t. '. ,

La\U a' approximately h""-. "'. i- moved from the right the Kirby Crews Road He first degree murder HI'aSf there wouid' : ton !I' ,
in
up Officat the Starke
1'45 ,mOver .V private plane' is pictured a!><\e resting after its crash into a .0 "' t\ was advised that the move would will be examined In a g r and jut yin Cm Hall appoint"',t th I
p will h(1./ .' t
> "daand
I" an tr '" It the Omwa) .\irp"rtit just outside of Ma-tKe] Although La('\ C-jiway stated that he not be practical because of the the fall to determine whethetor timior-, failed

shows little \jsihle 'ill effetlv the owner> sa\' thai u I.. good for \\ 'is willing\ to give the needed harzard involved. not he should be tri'.d by th rowlIh; / I anti ri fur a two-day i iholulav. Upon learning the n" '
4000 Cans but it will be "bllsines.1a. : j
-.ah apUfilel....... 11111)'. land if an airplane hanger that The county attorney was instructed Circuit Court meeting heie Nov .. usual" Saturday at the courthouse i Bishop. Jr., presidei" '

partially in the nht of wayis I to institute condemnation 10 Starke Chamber of f.
Filled At Starke I and post office.J. .
Starke Plane Crash Recent BirthMr moved and reconstructed by the proceedings against all property The grand jury can up'.iold the F. Jaudon chairman of tht'I I'dispatched letters to the F1: .",

Plant county. owners on State Roads :229 preliminary first degree murder in Congress thanking t.
Canning Injures Two VisitorsTwo I merchants division of the Chamber
and :Mrs J C Fog' announce ( All of these matters w-r taker and 235 who have failed or refused charge or change the charge tca of 'ommerce.. announce that their interest and effort /I

Activity began to slacken this the birth of a son. Michael! I to come t<> an agreement lesser one. or release\ Blount the half of Blanding anti puu'igori;
stores of Starke
Miami nsidents were injured into consideration by :hCiun- will be open .,,
week at the community canning Lee on Saturday in St Vincent 'with the coun'v on the right of without trial. dpppnII:! upon all the cooperation and.uu '
and their day Saturday after a day and )
slightly airplant .
wil! ,
Commissioners and 'i-4
plant which has been open threedays y : ".' :ay I lind 'w i -i-i ments by UiKbroken ; h",1""duItt"1 I I ,.f 1"'','ITIonv I I I 0 the Starke Chamber ofwhen ..'
HospitalThe half
badly d.1m3Jt'.1'hen, the apparent a holiday.
a week on the Starke school report their den-ion.-i 1'Jr'.! iJV -, 19.-.2 i::\ en th' in and if needed
overshot the landing, trip The special city holiday will!

grounds. Miss Oleeta Green who at Conway Airport just, outside ,ffett only the three hours that I

has been supervising the canners. of the Starke city limits late he city hall employees normally ]Legion Plans Election

:been aid that filled a total in the of 4277 approximately cans have Saturday The two afternoon flyers AV.. Hal ;' 0 What Is So Hot As A Day In June'bmkle ourthouse work on Saturday will bP morning.open as usual The'i!'' 7or Tuesday MeetingDr

the has been '
plant
12 days that and Paul Dans were the brother- Saturday morning and the post A Y. Covlnx:' -m K,

open. this week should in-law and brother. repectivel\ poet used to sing, "0 what :,I mercury !)];;...t'.j "V :JO-d'gre* Tuelav July 1. .vith th '. e-sitating; t'xt.u,1' re office will remain open all day I n under of Jones-Langf"-i A, .,'

She said that but of Mi.s George Sapp of Starke. is so rare as a day in June. I mark making last nronth hotter arrival; I of a brisk northeasterthat building operations. 1950's June | City Clerk Carl Johns asks I r boat 56 The American 1 I. .-

about wind the would project remain up. : Mrs. Sapp said that the plane Nowadays if he had energy: than any August on record but blew! almost with gale force heat wave was also climaxed by a.: persons who are planning to con- !1 ?nnounced that the all II' a

that the plant peopleho openas crashed into a pecan tree as it' enough left after fanning and : not quite equal to the hottest July at Kmgse! Lake and to a lesser vicious wind-rain-electncal "torrr duct business with the city on t ion of office will bh..".T
were
there
long as canned. was trying to land. She said that mopping to sing at all. be'd probably -'! The weather bureau has only degree in Starkf Intermittent that ripped a section of roof frorr Sa'urdai morning to postpone tl he meeting next Tu'-'i ,

wanted some has been products open on Mon the hers were not used to such ask "What is so hot as a : one longer period of sustainedi showers and cloudy skies alsc the municipal power plant dumping their trip t.< nt\ hall! until :!Omt'a I 8 o'clock in the Anion ," .

The plant and Friday after 'a small field day in June?" i heat on record- that was the 36 helped strike a welcome death gallons of water on th' plant' dth' LrtJ"J: Home Also deleg '
Wednesday
I day. :Mrs. Sapp said that the plane Time was when July and Augustwere days from June 27 through August blow to the heat wave switchboard causing r to short |II:>epartment Couventioni I,

noons. tomatoes: buttei beans was wrecked badly enough thatit usually,; thought' of as the i, 1 way back: in 1375 The The average mean teirperatureof circuit and knock out the entire Harmon P. Morgan j Tallahassee on JuU M:] ',

Com, haw been the most can only be used for salvage "hot months". but early Jun :j I average heat wave lasts :anly 13 315 degrees last month topped plant. Starke was without power 2 & 3 will be \leI." t-' i Iwetlng. <>
and I Takes Rotary Helm] ;
peas
items during the plants She said that its occupants.-bound heat waves in recent year; have : days. the previous record of S3 i recorded until nearby REA came to th. ? .

popular xveek's productswere on a weekend visit to see her begun to make the observer wonder Temporary relief came last Fri in June 1S97. It toppedthe Charles S Partin .
Last rescue H P Morgan new president of
operation and butter wore bruised and cut but not if perhaps the seasons aren't day afternoon when a thunderstorm all-time high for August by n'an of the Departnv i
mostly tomatoes A strange coincidence is that the S'arke Rotary Club took of1 1
hurt badh shifting just a bit. : accompanied by hail sent one-tenth of a degree 'ournament "ommittpp ,

beans. biggest day was maikedby % The Jacksonville Weather bur the mercury tumbling 20 degreefrom Although more prolonged. the Stapke was visited by a hailstorm (ice at the Wednesday luncheon !! a meeting 01 thi- corm-, .

Her total of SOl cans filled and Recent BirthMr. eau reports that last month was just above 100 to arounda heat of June just passed had nc on the same date. June 27 ,-,.-tin! ? 1I'f.f'dll1Guy/ Andrews f icdiately followuwr ,

a ou hand taking partin the hottest June in the meteorological comfortable S1>) The day before such spectacular effect as that in 1950 and 1952 'f",ga; 11 r..a,1 the aims and objectr I 1:leeting in order at -

42 patrons history of Jacksonville. Itspretty Thursday.. June 25. is credited occasioned in June 1930! when expansion *... I
S. >If
Mrs Wm. : : lid
and h.t : arrangemer
the work. Colsonjof June 1950 held the title of "f -he dub! for the new year. andja
Park announce the; safe to say that that would with being the hottest of the heat of cement blocks under tent Junior w '<'">
The canning p'allt furnishes the Orange I II : test Junemo 1S97 nnt. \li-f "r".II!.{ i-,1 th>it the directors hajj; .
I for Starke and Bradford blistering'sun
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also with the
of cents birth of a daughter. Nancy Irene go wave readings of or1il'htly caused oneal! ''ournament el.l i 'IAugust4 i
cost seven .
cans used at a !I| County. higher reported. of Bradford High School's newly month pm ep ;oIrnd 1 !i7 '.- J to ent-r nto an attendance
for and eight cents Wednesday.. June 5. in the I o,) TIVcted. !
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MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION'' l i'pd 1d

I .. 4th of Food JubileeSTORE
i l1V4 I. t M W July
Our Ancestors Set Us A Precedent iI I ,,. y.n VA 1 I Ir


There are some days which faced our ancestors, when: tion today. Hated by our I Frr

become more important to us they thumbed their noses at! enemy, mistrusted by many I ;

Americans each succeedingyear King George of England and':I countries we are trying to OPEN STORE CLOSED

and we believe that the declared their independence.What I I I help, suspected from time to

Fourth of July is one of them. i of their industrial capa- 'i time by the very allies we are 'TILL 6 P-M- ALL DAY .

In the world today, the day city? They had practicallynone. trying to save from ( 'omI yw uw..,. !

commemorating the birth of What of their financial I I munism, we do get frequently LW THURSDAY NilE FRIJULY 4-*
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our independence mean? more 1 condition? It was about as tired of it all and wonder if V, ylw.

to us than it ever has before. bad as could be. What of the world we are trying to -

Today we face an uncertain 'l the future they faced? It was keep free is worth while. r Y c p I I wr.r .. .' 411:_.. """';tI

future. We have armed ; uncertain at best, with the We can get that inspirationfrom
that if they .
one exception history.
real our very young
forces fighting a very ;
won they would be free men. ancestors fought and died
Our
war in Korea, and men on,I t r LJ
guard or training practically i ian )I And I with nothing but thi; that we might be free. That i

one thin hope and mighty fij they won against almost m-
over the globe. Our economic -r:
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resources, they fought agai L-urmountublf odds i i.- proof n / +
future is not a rosy i the mightiest ruler on eat t*) ..l L > ''t )lih t
high and Inough] !tor) all us Jll'raans rJ
one. With taxes {fflttiI! 'Vi w
at that time and won Ol }
lire
wat it ti f want to in aBee
that they *
the almost certainty I tI q
a n _
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independence for u.v' iriilu- and .11Wgn
with inflation t\ can r:
will ;o higher 1 )
: We can use a little !inspij
a reality and not merely a I I I \ t'.r. u. As
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threat, and with staggering ,. That i is the thought \'. < ;
military cost, our dollars: I wb '. Quantity Rights Reserves 1'11\1'- I io tt.d. i ould have you sandwich ill
and cents future ii is not a ,--:
net ween the hot dogs and t tlu-} J .': \ ,\I, ,' l ,' ,',' .' ,' .. f 'w h w

(promising one. ''i' fireworks this Day of In- ..- *; j ; 152 Gal! Sire; fN I
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nut how dues this picture :! u\' J" i >: "' :" -" v :c ;c o-;\' .': o ::5

compare with the future that t. dependence, 103; :. ijpc.i.s: out'.c: .. icc to, I'-luck on ; :-y"K$ II Sterke! FloridaDonald I
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luamfaitv tite iigmhj, rcspoivsibilitu cmo jnrcocuvof

I Stay Put, Young Man, Stay Put i iI I I tlu moiuidual.POINT. J:<'<":""' .! ::;: = .'="" ."'_ ..._r-.'... J PIII' ::: _"' -- -: __ .;B


"Go West young man, go West"may the meaning of the word opportunity. Now I: Duck Quart 49C

have been good advice back in Horace[ Gree- he sees that the real opportunities were the MAYONNAISE

ley's time but there is another side to the poverty and wasted human resources that OF ACKEEMENTc :

1 issue of whether youth must look to far he ran away from years ago. He found that a:;tre with the Ilorida Tirn'.nionht'll it preliiIs
fields when seeking that elusive thing called the people who had stayed in this small! town, that taxpayersill applaud recommendationby: the HOUM Appropriations InTHF:.1I \\ rill 1.1. M l l11) S\\:< EEl

opportunity. and accepted the challenge to better themselves Committee that the arineil forces stop paying: aidsto

Indeed, we find such a respected thinkera and their surroundings, had earneda high fJiilting brass not on active duty or performing sjn-tifn- COCA COLA : MIXED PICKLES
spiritual reward that he had known.To .
Roger Babson, in his latest business release never S',Tices'.

advising June graduates to remain and the modern young men and women "There seems to Ix n<> logical reason \\h.\ retire!, or in-
seek opportunity in their own home community who yearn for greener pastures, Gordon :u Ii", generals and admirals should he'! prniviedith military Carton of 6 22 oz. Jar 23CS

-"the city or town that has paid for counsels: "Stay put". The frontier todayis retinues at !public e\|wrn.e.ay" our .'-k.son\ille.. conimporar>. 23C i

their education-where they have relativesand the average American town It holds the "During the coming. )ear, for example. the Army will sM-nd| P1.1'4 DEPOSIT
out that "the best opportunities, perhaps not for making
Babson
friends. points ( 23,1(>0 to furnWi General .MacArthurilh a colonelarrunt
first principal of success is to be build upon "big money", but for making satisfying Lb. Can
officer and a sergeant.:; The Navy, meanabilen will {ray S20.2-V Homogenized
constructed" and contribution to life itself. Young to S SPRY 3 79C
the foundations already men go for Adniral King's staff of a (commander a junior grade
nowhere firm big cities for what they TAKE OUT
these foundations are more can lieutenant, a .steward and .Marine: sergeant."Hisides .
home town. Gordon thinks. But those who in the
than in the young graduates's stay eliminating; unnecessary I'\j''n> transferal IIf
This same line of reasoning is ably pre- town where they were born and reared must '! these commissioned and non-commissioned officers from UMlessifuties STOKEL Y'S FIESTORANGE
Arthur Gordon in the July i issue think in terms of what they can PUT IX. : .
sented by to acti\e .nil' will sit well with parents and otht"r1 Iathes Oz.
of "Reader's Digest". At 19, Gordon left Living for generations in ore community and of men nUill the forefront of battle," the Tlnw.1'nitnlconcludes. JUICE 46 17C
the home town that produced him and sev- sharing in its growth helps to develop a .

eral generations of ancestors, headed for family tradition of service that is the basisof ICejardless of one? personal feelings abwin Ceneral.Mai.trthur 4

New York and achieved considerable'success true happiness and security. l i I it is difficult to see why taxpayer: should! continue to AN C AMI'S:

as a writer and editor. But now in spite of "Stay where you've got some roots," advises spend I $23,10, annually to support him in the! manner to 4's huh

that success, and having returned home after Arthur Gordon. "For through those he i is :accustomed addition of course, to the handonle.tipr'n.t PORK & No. 2 Con 16 12CP /

mamy years away he admits that "maybe roots will come the strength to do a good he continues to draw byirtue of his military rank: BEANS

I made a gigantic mistake." job in the best of all possible surroundings Thi. i is especially{ time. in \iew of the fart that his chief anti

At 19 he mistook, as do so many other for you your own home town." i;, Hilly, as far as we can s4-e, acti\it) in reint months ha-, hen
\ I't1Ml'lihi':1)1 : )
dabbling\ in national [mlilics in a manner ih.it: is tinhvcomin.;,

I to sathe least, of a man in uniform Lb. Con
I Recent Russian Moves Bear WatchingThe ASTOR COFFEE 79C


recent shooting down tint in all the Western chan the most significant. It is
of an unarmed Swedish plane celleries. Panyushkin Rus quite (probable that Gromy-: I I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN FREE It E TI.: V (, I.SSITII
I by Russian fighters has far-! sia's foremost expert on ko's mission is to try to wean

reaching implications. In the American affairs, was switched Britain away from her close Rv Mr-;. Sara McDonald ASTOR TEA % Lb. 47C
first place it has clearly dem- from Washington to Red ties with the United States. If I
onstrated that you don't have China. Zarubin, a diplomatof this is true, he will have, to I I
to be big to be plucky. i no particular distinction some extent the support ofa | Among those wiio left this I Ij I'i will. /go on t ) New York to spar !
The Swedish governmentand was transferred from London segment of Britain's Labor i week for the Baptist meeting at :some time with her mother. -I
the people alike were en- Washington.. And to Lon- which often I "Sl'NN11.1\I lr) ItttndtIIilb.It' i I
Party seems pro-1 Rll eerest. N. C were: Mrs. A. Mr and Mrs George L. Birl I
raged. The stiffest kind of don went Gromyko. a top man Russian: in its leanings.The '''C. LoUl.l n. Sr., Mr and Mrs ElI 'and their son are ,,'isitingtr 1 .
protest was handed to the' in the Kremlin hierarchy.This biggest question of all i I j bert Altman. Mrs. F. D. Gant and\ Bird's mother. Mrs Ella BT! r t :'
Russian ambassador. Swedishair last event is regarded as is whether Russia: is )preparing I I. Mrs C. T. Parker. 'They all went this week to Lakeland t l S.MOKKI I)

force planes were orderedto to promote some morel 1 Dr. Hon pastor of the Community 1 to visit another son. Dr Pi'.' r.

shoot to kill if interferedwith "Koreas"in hope of spreading Church has chosen for Bird. Mr. and Mrs. .George Bir-i! I'
by Soviet craft. Den-, ? 1.LJ ? llqJWnM Western power even thinner his subject for next Sunday the expect: to r turn on Tuesd v t- t n I PICNICS
mark backed Sweden to the Whole Fryer
and "
Ihu. PALL.ONHT1 drawing Western ;; question "Where are You" their home in Svri.mN. Y
forces Br
hilt and her military
blood at almost cost to her ib
r no Mr W L. Reynolds who ha? The 490
similar orders. stork n.i.l-- t" i < -4t
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given op
were self. This could Fa.! (. .
well or
be the in I : .1
been in St. Vincent's Hospital .
of Kevston Heigh'- -.
demonstration Mr
This was a major : Shipped, ( lit I prib53c! '
problem the Western .
much improved
Jacksonville is reported iJ.UTISt't .
and Mror. Rd'ii- '
(;.rude \ .
and fortitude : ; an'bat"
rare courage on i. world will have to face in the : .. T .: >> .., 3 gc
the part of these peacelovinglittle : :"fn S tt' Lt'" 1 the :> I
near future. For Korea
has It'ft' ,
MrStitohberrv & (h.t\ :
Mr and ,"' :
countries that are within erred \\1. > ; I !Ii-T 1 : in I
) communism
w well. It IIWEIN
t'.us week for North Carolina! t. ,.
cannon shot of the Russiancolossus. : has caused in. i i TVb'V 1. !I. r -
us heavy casual- rI
It i... lesson in spend the summers I
a :M-! M'A ". '. '
non-appeasement which some t i ies and has created tremend- -s E T. Martin Vth- ,-. .,.r ,' \I' 1 i 1 I \ .ESS: Bot/i

larger, more powerful countries ""ii- t'lIl1flictann dissemsions week for Washington D (I' wrier-. r ,.. !f- :- RSIANDI I
might take to }heart.In r ni this country. The Admin- she will visit the Bron v h it- :: 1

view of this incident the .stration.t apparently, has no ha\v returned home' ftorti th>.it :\t.! '".. i For
whole Western world is i'onvincing plan for ending it.Nor. visit in Key-tone Mr :\Iat trI : 69c
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watching Russia's current : for that matter have ,
I. r' 'r'.> B i i" .-,d 1 ) I
moves with intense interest. \Vhen a politician puts his morals any of the opposition leaders .... '' .. ,
nte i bn'M I t \' Only
and winds with : Jacksonville business v.iI : : 'l : I.
Soviet
The recent shift of ambassadors in cold-storage up : were
ha* caused a great a deep-freeze and a mink coat." including presidential hopefuls tors to Lawtey last Saturday -"i' :t .):,0>;< i '. .. .T i -. WEINER'\IRolls I
deal of thinking and specula- the rest of us get cold chills' Taft and Eisenhower. I I!I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cook and t"r.> ':1" a- -"!">" t- h1. .

son left last Thursday for ShreveI ins 'I" Drenir.,1 'I- 'I i'!
make I }Irs i .r'"i'tev' !hive i '
oort. La where titer will t > 'J;
I Maybe This'll// Make You Fee! BetterYes I II their home Mr. Cook has been of the STrfcbem 'I' .t'.I:1.. > r.> --- ------1 \ --- ---

principal of the junior high school they will a" mli\!\ the" -- ..vh r.: Superhrtna : I l..ult. .Iuhlln'

it does get hot in Florida in the "But in Florida it can-and does get here for the past three years and is built.

summer time. :No use denying that -- hotter than that at times, but it doesn't kill Mrs. Cook taught in the grades. t Mrs. W L. Hurkihiho t bar MARGARINE Lbs ;! Lbs
especially in the face of the recordbreakingJune nearly as often" the health board points out. ; 'The Daily Vacation Bible School been visiting Mrs. K'i': Walker 5 99C PEACHES$ 2 29c

heat wave we have just perspired In 1949, the latest year for which comparable will begin at the Methodist will ?o \VednesdT." fosonville .h'k. .
'1 I Church on Wednesday July 9. to visit her s:-'.'r Fr"m
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of Health \
through. But the State Board figures are deaths were credited \ \
'I and continue for week. :Mrs.V. there she will go nn v th :Mr,
a : I uhan
here Ftd LoafCHft
forward with the comforting informa- to excessive heat and exposure to thesun's l > :
comes Walker to Arden .r:.
T. Walters will have charge of C. to v.su
Florida's summer heat is apparently rays throughout the nation. The national -
that
tion the Walratha
the school and will be assisted by
., ZEE Lbs For
i
less lethal than the brand produced in average was 3.4 per 10,000 deaths. In -
children Mr 49c
members of the WSCS. All and Mrs Scales i bv.-f 79cAVOCADOS
of the country. Florida during the same the ratio was.S .
certain other parts year are invited to attend moved ini" toe'r! home on Li.. Mai
The health board points out that every per 10,000 deaths. Mr GV.. Roberts ;spent severat j Geneva which tht'h1'P rp't'1'-! :. ,, ,, .. .
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and see big headlines like "Fifteen Die As:: may make you think otherwise your: ting relatives : "HOKTACKTVS : ( ( "A" hipped I.: I resh: preen I IIp,

Heat Wave Sweeps Northern States.'hen- chances of dying of heat prostration in flo- i Mr. and Mrs A G. McKinneyand week the Keystone H- rh':

e\ \1' the mercury soars above, 90 degrees! rida are only about one in a million. It'sa children and Mr. and Mrs. Town Council passed a spi', : LARGE EGGS Doz 59c\iCARROTS\ 19c

those states you read where plants, shops nice thing to know while sipping your Floyd Ward and children all of resolution urging the peop1! > "i

and offices are forced to close because of orange juice in the shade of the nearest Birming iam. Ala. were visiting Keystone Heightso Jim:: --' .
the "unbearable heat." palm tree. Mrs. McKmnev's and Mr., Wards watering of their! :vir.!: "> sic ;-.. .. -
parents. Mr and Mrs. H. B. Ar- hours l'-irT.: :IV'r. :" :- ha' '\aUrl'! ; t 1 Dixiun;' rron

wood during the week The spell.

fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI wen: a large number of friends of sisted with tae serving. Among i: Wards left Monday for Miami tcvisit 1 The re5oJo:*.:-!.". .*:t-> :' "i '", Lb cans 99c
I the young couple. I! the out of town guests were the Mrs. Ward's brother. George CHEESE 59cStrawberries 4
\ hours 9 p rr. until! 6 l "'. a? the
i Mrs. Phillips received many;, bnde's mother Mrs. Bryan Reg- I Arwood. 1 .
LAYTEYI. \ time that: ,
r-.m- :: i- w frtlieir .
beautiful ana useful gifts from :lister. and her aunt Mrs. Horacethe J
Mrs F. F. Dorman of Jacksonville lawns I 1\
I "aostesses and guests. DurTew.. of Penney Farms.
II. 1'uUh ( was visiting her daughter. The Coun"i!: sa. i *h- 3f>:-r >1-;
I ing the afternoon the gifts \\ereThe Lawtey Boy Scouts hikedopenei | .
( I Mrs. B. E. Reddish on last Tues became -ceir\ v.--r; -ea.ilen- s.I''PEHBH\\iJ Orange or Limt.IIEIWET.:; .: Ph lc!)
uuuu..u.uuuuwMrs and displayed to those to Kingsley Lake last Friday for .
r idaY. '
I ; in certain area : e.--i'.;>
V R Reddish and Mrs B present. : an over night camp out. They re- I I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Reddish of Heights were 'inab.- > obt r Pts.

E Rt'ddlSh entertained with a Refreshments of cake straw ; turned to Lawtey on Saturday Miami were visiting their grand ,I sufficient water :- rotneh : JCE CREAM 3 49C 112Gal 69C

bridal shower honoring Mrs. Leslie berries and whipped cream and I F.lma Crews assistant scout parents. Mr and Mrs. V. R. Reddish Ipcrpoaes because.e h-i.-\

I'.iillips and :Miss Joan MeLendon. punch was served. Mrs O. J.I I j master accompanied the boys. during the weekend. Bobby I demand upon the .t:> i -Aa't-r
affair is a member of the air corps and system caused by the long h "'
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of the tent we are using fit "pres I i educational program T lin will \ n.j vhV.i 1 I.. pi 1i'hcd separation agreeim-tit Box 211 '"Ttt n Cove In ( r.DI. Coort. Ilradfurd C...nnt .
'.n .1' h f. ;k j"l. ; fi.r.r r.-vit-cutiveW has oeen filed against you l'flnlI. Florida. rinrMa: I. Chunrery.Th. .
ent. I, be at the Heilbronn J/ hool every W.- ,, !. :h" I l.ulf..ra:: '" -anty Teleirr..h :,1.0"E.nam..d Court and < .. the original in the If'.- e of .! n< K.irl Ch. ek. Plait: ,'' .
Gene Lang is home 'now. ds- :I'Thursday night d;>rig the ;-um- | \ 'ti are reijuireil to serve a ct of the circuit! C, urt in 1.. \\ -. Che, k. I'I. f. 'id.if.'
iM-.d: 'h-, ; -h il.n ..f .ljn" T':1lOKKKIU. your answer or pleading ( fu-te the C.is N
charged from the Army. He i i- imr. ,,i: \ i.. \. J. .lh..ma.., complaint ..n ihr 11.t tnt i(5 1.t day of July, li! 52:!: Order at rntiUrmtloa And >otl.-.. I I"
enjoying a few days stay at homtI Clerk of 4),.. Circuit t'uurt.II .\tt'.rn.-> T. Fraik I. i \< I i.- the allegations < f staid Appeal
t !, Mjrlle T lirftNrr, Drpulj ( IrrW. Starke. Florida ) will be taken as confess-! State of Florida toCheek !*> \\
J I before looking 'for work. FLORIDA'S KCllALYOl'TII (; 20 4t ';/11'' and file the original in the ; you whose resid neeToledann .
Mrs. Ada Godwin is recuperating ELIGIBLE I of the Clerk ,of the Circuit !' notice shall t.e published; Stree* \ i .. '
I In The Coorl *>J 'I h. C..nl> Ju.ltc ..n or before the .ea h week for four consecutive Louisiana
as well as can be expected llrailfnril Couno. Kluriila. :IM.-t day of July 19.12: >; in thy B.adford County Tele! You art ..'!1.. I pj" ,
fy law #arqes$ Afokr after her second operat'pn. on, The 12th annual 56.000 scholarship IN': KK: K>=T\TE'1: ifXXIE A.FUAKE. otherwise the allegations Jtibi.. 1--J :, ,
National F' ceasid.irTio. Complaint will.t'l taken as this Ifiih t1,1IIf June. lf: ;;:2.:! Cutirt a rill i'i-. \ I- ,
__ "'t- ,)" HERftWherein =-- !'her leg. Lit week the leg lad competition of the ( \ fessed by you. ,( .%,. 'I:.\I.> .*. j. Tb.rna.. seeks ul:, prli'iaulf < ..
. I I! to be taken off above the knee. Junior \ 'getable Growers Association The tntr flf Kli.riila Tn Jimr I. This notice shall be )' Clrrh ef tlir Circuit CUTt. rut i p 4t'uIsh -
welcome in the move mil-Jew place in a solutionof I Florida I Frnre a..>I all ofhrr Ier..ii. r...- once each week for four "" : T Drater. Drpi.ty Clerk.t ;h'u" "u viwctkly !
I is under
MUMtner. We to hear this 'I way in Bradford County < .
are sorry and rernrd.i i weeks in the (I 4t : ii ;isuWitne ] <
I smell paint day ani Thgfit. 1 gallon water 1 lIp bleach : really miss 'her.I and across the naticn. offering i .u ate hHrniiv n..1 ii..d that a EIDated mh day 01 June : t --' 'i" \ i, i I.; .

I help bury the lead ai.) ill and one cup vinegar .'oak and '[ Some folks do like chicken yetor rural boys and girls a c lance petition ha- l.r;n fijccl\ in said (OFFICIAL this SEAL) A. J. .. l It1a hIVE\' t'un. nr at 1952.; Sta. 1" li-

"Abide With Me." I II then laundry garment I I I at ] !.Stve are selling some while:: preparing for life work in r court inp! flaying Adinini.-tritt for' an le ur. l ler>i>iini dir..NHr .. nonjof Clerk T. Dea\er.of the Circuit Deputy ; ::< t.. all wh"in i if ml1n' ll'FFlci Rv Myrtle \ th.it I hafiUcl n1Fin.1; II- S- III C
HILL. I have word that tfc alici\e rut it led estate to 6 ':20
CLAY now. Maybe these folks justdidnt agricullure. :, withhfld from with I'uuntv .Iiidgt of Hrad- : By :Myrtle\ T >. \ tv, ,r;,
Summer is coming-dis'g, dong. George Sculley Jr. is marred tea know where to look for Th* requirements are set forthin of itt.ah.vc the estate distrilttitaliieshare County and will ..n 25th day j Marfn.1 T'. .ir isol ,-f) .
bell.Shake. pnyaulet Miner or IMHNTIOV ',... i'.':52. apply I for Final Ih" Building Jacksonville ., Floi. u i
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believe. He is one Florida you a-i am"ullt.d petitionersI (
I article
tVylor girl. a special in July '
birds.VYvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.
rmiiior" Administrator i>f the Es-I -\ltP f. rif. i 20 4:
for fee earned HKIJK-IKH: : I
out the trees 'and wish I I as your atturneys
II of my school boys. Such a dar I I Grower Magazine. Last year the !i in the all..ntitlt'd estate, with Notice i is h..r..lIln.n ( of X I) lvaiiiit right Sr |I
her welLSprinkle I Ii I. under the 'r.'\ i iof first pulilh aiion June 27th, I
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and undersigned
[ irlerest. to th. said
god boy and I do wish him ..iap- Florida boy who shared in the pay amount ; i
the now with I to the petitioners ri-AVTCIN, AKiXoV. : Chapter :20 I.':.r. I-tws of. : I
i I I piness. They live at Middleburg fcrid wa Wen A. Jesa of Mala, IH'.M'AX and JOHNSTON.'and : :; : i \cts of 1941 \\,111..ItI,t.., *- R Waill 'right. NOTICE 10 APPRAItm
Court .""'," '-trat..r of the KMate Mffaltt, lraU.rd! ( uanti,
green young wheat I would love to t., for bar. who wish : ; you are hereby required to file Clrrk of th.i fir- uit i, FlaiKi !. Chtnfrry.Krn .
[ How The
jv>w. HEILBRONNRy :young people of X n. Wainwiiphf. Pr j
i- mistate i
Bradford ('
|your written defenses Hereto within for
:
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Scatter .
from the Hedges blossoms -t '. Pullum. Plaintut
few minutes back at Cla\ content should writE receipt of proof of 6..2T:! 4t T IS I I \
:jast a .o enter this :i forty days after the first puhliatii.n -I da upon 1-1 rllla i'trllum. Defen>' II
for her feet I II ( <-r posting thereof. Should cation of this notice. the ( i i .
the' .
scnoolhouse, blanks Professor I :N -
Hill -
) to see my for entry at once to ...
I The birds and the bees in a i i Marian Norman you fall therein, de<-ree will be en- name of Bradf..rd1..1"1': TIC1J TO .U'I'E'n %.t,", T. Appear.To .
new road. bridge to switch on alight :I I Grant B. Snyder University -;itered; in due course ujion said pt-u-j der which I am engaged in I .... Court, llrndford {'.uets. j II Bi ttilia Pul> 'I. -
winged platoon 1 I. .. I ion. I on 1'. S. :\11n..h u.( tark. '
h. they Amherrt.FLORIDA I "": In t'hnnrrry. dence a'atldr..1'S K.i -
\ and see : of Massachusetts,
Battalions of flowers will bt i AAAAAAAAAAAAAkAAA&A4AjTtr & WITNESS my hand and the seal ,IJ. C.'al1., Jr. owner, L.n it-- I u.--nlfy, T'Lit-itiff l VS. ::01 irr-t. Bronx. Xeu \, K '.i. \ >
I! light up things. To see all thv Mas. of :said court in Trrattinrd ('ullnl '. Law-ley. Fla.Tattd I t: Urnli } Iii (u'tiliflt: York.
here soon. i' and Mrs. Jot Brown t.d this I this 1 IHth 11:" "f .111"' !!
I' I knew and loved. Some : Florida Hth da> .f May, AD. I C&s-t No 9219: You are hereby nr.tlf'-a thit a
Open all the windows, fling tlv! : people daughters. Judy and Jean oi 1552.I : 1":.;. at :St.tike.I I I'.radfoid; t 1 1I To \""f'IIt'. suit for Divorce has l'l'.n M..i j
day I s'nall retUrn but at present.I :MIDGET MELON 1 I K. K P..rrymln ( ..nnty Juds.-. ,, Flu uridt. Fli'yd K. To.."..-}'. whi'se resi- againstcu in the nboxe ramin
wide'Sumrn'er Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Ti."L I 6 13
doors and
I I 11 am so busy I do TIC* go 'any I I HAS SOLD WELL First I'uLij.-hrd, i.: l'-t.d. on: I 1 iinil address isSt.. Andrews, I Court and cause and > rn are r.-
is rcUmen in" lan Morgan of Bnwker were Sunday June 20 l"t,7J. I r.runswick Canada. I' quired to serve a copy of your .i'
; where. 6,20: 4t 7.11NOTICK \OTICI! TO API'KAHIn are hereby notifitd that a 'I ewer or pleading to the comi'Kt i :
on every sidt. I I'San I I guests! of the R. L. torgl f.s Tnis year marked the first appearance : Circuit Court. llrnilfuril { for '' on the I'laillllff'ttonO > \
'King Carleron.: ,:; My I wren is nesting in the box )tr. and Mrs. Osale HawXinrSTM in quantity of the "1et"- TITKIl riorl.hit:Marshall.In Chnnoery.David Plaintiff. \ : I,I ) \... '..-. custody and control of Thomas. 'Ir Stark.. Fb-i.. ) -
the It sings In Circuit Court, <-r hi Id the offi. '
on the side of houvt. Ilrnilford Coiintt, : file the original' in
!i j I family of Jacksonville wfre box" or midget watermelon] on the Florida In Chnnrer: Marshall: Defendant. 1:11'r' lit*. n (ii. it npiln'-t you In the Clerk sf the circuit Couit on .
Poetry somehow expresses the I almost constancy. It makes me here for the Gaskins ana Lee Alfreda Hunter Tlaintiffs.. Julian Case named Toint and .'au!'.. and fore the Hth dauf Juh !l'
things that are in my heart aid I I I,! so happy to near it. Digger is sC Florida market as a product of Hunter Defendant \otlce Ti Appear.To whose idence r,- minimi! to -r\e a copy of : oth..r"'IThp allegati" i..u ir"ml.alnl
'wedding. :Mary ::1.1:1. -huIl.
Florida farms. The return has 1 'ase N'< ?:21ollre I # ::1 ui>-II' r or I i'l-! ailing to the nil I be taken ,
Just cannot speak its beauty. The and cle'an ant his la-own: I- l 1'1' ; Central! :-; .
I| pretty Rev. and Mrs. S. L. "U'itson\ \ Toppenr !. ,,, ii.I tiI riaintiffsMti'Mn ; ed by you
the i been large for the new vegetable To Julian lIU1u..r.h...,.. residence 1 inilius. i-"rJria. I T Fi.i-ik l.andrum. I ,
above poem sings, "Summer i iic1imet" is'i coat *hmes. He sleeps in left I : notified I, j! This notice shall tie pu-i.l:
hereby
Sunday for Nevada to fee : for( fruit I and thousands of house and address i is: Route i, You are ." h. Frdt; i once each week for f< .r "11"\ i-i
and now it is here house under The bed when he i if heir son and family Mr. and l-',-x 43. Whitmire" South "'arotina. suit for Divorce has been (,ti.. tin "I' .-..tI 'it th<- fffiro 1,' live r-eeks in the Bradford (Vnt-: \.
Another summer my seventh !I not walking trith HIB. He went 4. : wives have found the little delicacy You are hereh> notified that a against you in and the above <'ltrk of the Mrs.i Kenneth VTalson. Court and cause you are .
; suit for I. f".i lii.t I.i Dater this 12th day of Jm- l 1.
I 'here and again I am on the sun. !| to the TDaserient with me Xo car a novelty that caused them I'' Divorce rimtody and. ontrol of ed to serve! a copy of your ; d.iv of J"I19 1 :.:!: '. (OFFICIAL FEAL) A J. TII''"J1..!-
Mr. Mrs. I
and Marklee Norman
minor child or pleading to the complaint ) \\ I-> t ilu itII-ltil'fl5, ft raid ConrBy '
giul.I I Clerk of the Circuit
breeze fans happy
porch. A gentle my I cherries. He is a H .
i 1 to return for more thmugout the Plaintiffs Attorney. Xach ,, till\ !I.- t.ikin ,
of Hampton were visaing his par. has tffn filed against you in theat.ve | \ ( asrnn! Myrtle T Deaver. Deputy cb r'
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;; It
been la 5O5 Lynch Iutiiui.r <
I have
perspiring ba k. TSevfcda Ranch coiues thte named Court and cause and It i 1\ 4-U t I : v 'i
I From ents. Mr. and Mrs. LRoy Nor- : s-eason. Florida Grov.n for July 'j y.u are required to serve a copy ofI ville .Florida: and file tli- i i notu-e shah re published
down In the canning .
laundry "' .1.
In the office of ci.-i f < I
prayer. ; mane Sunday. ; I your answer or pleading to the Jhe ea'hprh' for four rrnsec-ttivf
Bing c-herrhes. Whoopee! Don I i illustrates the new-conr.er: and tells i'complaint on tb. Plaintiffs ctiit ( ..url on or lufoi i ; q in the Rradford County Ttle- I MITICK TO 'l'lnn
has let us use the deep freeze. Pray not for gifts but'Strength j Mr. and Mrs. "Walter "Lfe and (pf its breeding and ifcvelopmenl.NOTICE 1 I Attorney. T. Fra-ik I.a ml mm, day of July. 1S52;; ; olh. i I" i I II. Circuit Court, llrftilfvril. COUIIK ,
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I Starke Florida legations" of said Coinplan' t \\ [ .-.1 U, v lsh da> of Jun- 19S! I : In CbanrervFred .
We will put it in the laundry. to bear j family of JatTtsimrille attended I and (usrite original in the office taken a>, cirifessed! 1 to> > ,.'.. I 1l'1'I.. .'\L) A. 3. Tboroa Kcngttcr. Plaintiff. \ \\
Now the floor is all painted so The burfleirs '{hat each 'Jay wilt the wedding of their f'OD. 'Jimmy, .- i-f the Clerk of the Circuit Court This notice fchall Ve \ Cl.-rk of the rirrult Court I rid Kengiler, Defendant Case No ".
I I TIn .U'1'I Ut ( n or before tf'21M > one each week for four "on -l' ) rtlu- T Heaver. P"pntjClerk -
nicely and 1 'have it waxed. The: I I Vring. j! Saturday night. ( irrnit ('...M. Bradford Count?. I day 't July. 19J2; weeks in the Bradford County 6 TO) 4t '//11 Notice 1. Appear. ,
"walls arepainted a silverand it Have fa'llh aui hope and wilt LeRoy Norman 'and Eldon Sapp | Florida I. {.U.<*ry.j otherwise the allegations of :'aidCisniplaint grraph.Dater. !. Tt.WlflIfr4d Ktnpeter. it' -
rc'id.nruand addrtI'" t4hooter ; )
!
Frank11tr KnalT Plaintiff vs.lrr. j wilj tie taken as con- this 12th day: of .Inn.u I .
went at TJklawaha River j Conrl, llm.lforJ Count, .
fishing I.
A\ Jamaica. tjm i
cabinet t'nIlP.
reflects the 'light. My to dare, tDuffy KriiiT." -fmdant i essed l>y }'oa OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J ,, ( ,
; In hanrery. County. New Y<-rk, X.y, ) J..
Tor fruit is down there and I To laugh 'ana 'love and wotk Thursday. ] Oyt No. 9211 This notice -shall "j* published Clerk of the Circuit I Wiighf.i I'llIinliff.'F.. Mil- You are hereby notified that a
T. Deputy
i By Myrtle Deaver.
\nlirr T Ap iMrar. once each week for four consecutive
Defendant '
,
It 'white. Now I am be. and sng. Miss Ross the Home Demonstration -! fi 13: Wright. suit for Divorce and ratification "
painted To Ir<-n Puffy Knafr whoF* weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Cafe No. 9227 ,'
agreement has been fib
ginning to fill)} my cans. We )hadsuch Agent of Starke: was in I r. > .id >nrtis: unkrurari ..lid' whoht of Publication and \otlce <. separation against in the above namxi(
Pear not tle'1I1ght.'tht.mornirg I !, laM known resident e way \Vattrjtown Hated thi, T"th d.ty of Jtine. US!. NOTICi: TO \IMT.\H ;: you
a big crop of strawberries. this communiTy Tuesday on busi I Massarhn- (OFFICIAL !SEAL A J I'm-mas In Circuit i Court. ii nut fural ( of Florida to: Mildred Court and cause and of you are nnsu.ror required ( -
to serve a
your
"We ate and .ate. They were large light [ I i y..u are h rbv mit'fitd that a Clerk of the Circuit Court. t'lorlilni In C Chincer whose residence I*': Un pleading to copy the complaint on
Will bring ne>\' joys-and duiiej ness.P. /-uit for Dy Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerkniier. James Thoniiis Kiveis. .lr T Fr..n-,
and sweet. 1 froze 34 pints. They T. Noln.; euperviscr of pub- I nl\.rc I .s. Fra-icti W. Ki\ers.: '.. I 11 are required to appear on Ijandrum.the Plaintiffs Starke.Attorney Florida ant I lithe
are m the deep freeze down at the too. i pic:: schools. will be at th* Heil- has ten filKl Epanvct you in the I TO .\PPiHi Case X. 21 19r>2. in the above named original in the office of t tin
'( Thestorm 'u'i1par.s\ the sur. II alx>ve narm-d Court aid caufe and Notice Tpprnr.. a.-id 'auwhtr..in plaintiff .
also'have red cherries | brv.r. !school' at 8 Thursday.July i In Circuit ( ''"rf. HraiUonl CouKli'riiln Clerk ,.f the Circuit Court "n Tbefore
ftore. I peas p.m. you are required to serve a copy ofyour 1:1.: : FiatKesV llixers. divorce
I of Jul\ I1'
: In ('hanr.rr'lIf'rman the 14th day
:
from our tree and \ -day I I shine brigU. ( 10:, with three educationalfilms I answer or I'IUidinto the residence i-: I ill.'. Xorth i'ba world -ppem fr -;rand | complaint' on Toe riaintiff's 5< f'ifpr Plaintiff. vs Dorothy Street (CorpuChristi.. Teaas.'I : 1 four .
And all the: i I <--h thi Order in next will I.. taken ..- ..if."
fixed 5 pints of these sweet c'.ier- 1 I to f,1lJyoungStt"rs and Attorney, (Carlo n. Harp, Soifer tof.-ndant. lull are hereby notified issues.'
ed
pits and Don took them down tc new. i adults alflie. I :os Wert 'University Avenue i .. Case No 5220i.iicc : : suit forDivorce l ""''' mhan.1 and official seal This by you nut.C'P shall he publl-h ..1trace
<:airief=ville, T'londai .. T Appear. care custody .. ..!', }Florida this Ju-e 19. eac-h week for four Con'eriiti'eweeks
freeze. Aplug will have to be I ATI over this wond(>Thl countrji II The title of the three films will i ,- file th* original in The office of j ToDorothy" Soifi-r, whose resinre trol of minor I child i in the Bradford County Telegraph -
put in down in the corner where 'such hwy peoplt. be "Yours Is 'The Land", "Bird I'itl,.. 'lerk of the Circuit 1'ourt on d>- and address is: Long Inland has been filed against you ( :\ tEAL) A. J. Thomas!
( ours are fortthe House. Li 1 INt Island, above namtd Court and .'
ior Amityville >'ig ; As Clerk of said Court |l'a'.1; 1)1, !ih d.IV of ..IninP"" l .
:I want the deep freeze in the 'There is beauty in eac't state. \ i I Migration." and "Life Of A | :L'l-t I day of Ju> I iJiF.I!I : w York you are requited toer\ >- :i .. }' .. T Deaver Deputy Clerk I (OFFICIAL PEAL' ) A J Thoua-,
have the cold water "! ''.tt.rw1the allegations i-f said You ait hoel.y notifixl, I that ault > onr ansncr, or pleading .." U. Hes-s, 204-05 Guaranty j Clerk of the Circuit CouitPy
laundry. 1 feve it every 'bit. Myhsart thiflh Plant. The films are shown free .'''?I'1'aiflt will I'f t"l"f.! ........- '- for complaint' ,.n Mo I' Bldg.: .lai ksonville Florida Mxrtle T Deaver Deputy ('1-ri-
pipes wrapped with "NoDrip"tape !'wit % nnde.. thai 1 am an American- as part of the school: summer !i" I: t ty ) .u DiVor e and i.itif i< .tt I'. i of ,\n..," I. > Tllolll.l-) I t '- for Plf 6 20 4t 7/11 6 13 41 T; 4
do not drop wateTon I
so they Let m all g& out and Tote for j jthis I II Ip1't'sidmt
me. 1 will)} iron down there !
'Tall. This is oui i
I never was so tickled
no': just
I II.
over anything as I .ain those tree country, so we- must -.vote to IIVT. J

newly paime'd rooms in the "base" 'I.U as "\Ie wish. :So many good nur.running. I

ment. There is another large Just take your pick. .< Coke makes weather meals

that room is as the long-caiket;as all room.three We room are i II I I I Don is at the store. My wren warm

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The
[ sings. Digger is ailwp.: j
going to paint that floor fn-sh...
the' heart is sing- i!
and wax it. I will wash : breeze blows. My

drapes. "We are so happy and ing. God is; .P'<'d.Lovt I

luey. lo vctti and Got] Kess .you. easier and iastier

The painter is putting The It all, (

Fecund coat on the house. |I aLVRA the of
looks lovely. It is white with ,I sign
all latticework
AVe took
gray screens.ornaments from the front TTTTTtTTTTtVTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER 1

veranda and ju>.t have the tal' I I

white colums in front. They meet I -jr; _

; the shrubs, whicfc '1 des the foun- j ida _

tion. I love it. The new elevator -j fly Yvonne Hair*"!! i _

surely works nice and we &AAAAAALAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAA'Mrs. ck -: _

use it so much. i Y ?
\ growing so fast.j I, Eva Uau eLI and (daughter.' .
My garden '
We Yvonne and Mrs. Hazel Harrell :j AT % OUR
I can alnwt hear l it crackle. ( S -: '
have lots t>l new potatoes and I and daughter Sharon. vitited Mr. j 7 t ; e \

will soon have lots of beans and ; and Mrs. Harry Eddy of Waldo !I ) '.t .,;.' I \ FOOD STORE I"(?

and tomatoes. Want tc Tuesday.
make cabbage dill pickles. as we ate all I I We are sorry to report Mrs. :j l r' .

put up last summer. I want tc Minnie Hazen is a patient n tht'l j : '

freeze corn and beans and can I Alachua General Hospital. We \ f v
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too. What a lift! My cabbage hope for her a speedy recovery. ., :};
,:,:':o::,
is heading up. and I want to make Mrs. M. O. Harrell and chil '@<<:-.. ?L\
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sauerkraut and can it when the dren wt-re in Gainesville on business .::.:,,:).' .
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Garden? Friday. S 44 5: ,
heads are large enoug'a. & Si -'a--1-- -ri------------N

are such fun I like to can. Mrs. Olgo Prevail is on the I I %* rwz7

HELPFUL HINTS. I use spot sick list at the home of Mr. and I i .}. ;:
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remover to clean paint from my Mrs.( S. M. Mott. \ 1 1w 'jY

hands this morning. It worked Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeyspent W: :: ..: 0 j I r '

and was b-'Uer than turpentine the weekend with relatives :j jin 1 !

Ue ure '" 'Itau your garden Georgia. P tt I 1.II' 7's c

tool! ; air y"use\ them. To re J. W. Pinholster is on Cie sick'i' p I 4 r 2 ;. ,
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lisat present. We hope he will | J: 'S! _-- _. e -

!soon be able to. be in his stOI"t'I I,

a;:ain. J!:.

:MiEva: Harrell and daugh. .f...,Li ..
I
daughter:: : are spending this week :

it Salt I t Spring-. j i,

J. R. Mott is home after spend '; .A CVp
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mg !<.-\'t'rd d.ty-i :in Sarasota on "
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HOUSECLEANING TIME I'.y :Mrs. J. I.. Strickland ,


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H OW man) olJ. rxpiicd insurance AAAAAALAL

policies have 'ou m yo ,ir sak( deposit n.\.1 1. Stiiikl.md I and II. v

box 01' drsk? \ou ma) be
at the tent Sunday evennu

But the important question it not and both gave us very good me

how many tifirtJ poKcic you Have- I sages. Mr. Strickland did n..1< .r !

but is >our t'atnt insurance adequatefor know thaI Mr. Knight was t. i !

'.out needs nau: today) Have I preach for us. so iie had start..! ;. J

)OU made tecent imptovrmrnts on preaching when Mr. Knight ar '"

your house lijte )ou installed auto !! rived. After he finished his me .. ...-.-....

matic heatr.g. equipment pcihaps? !I sage we persuaded Mr. Knight t t. -

Then )ca need .odditiona! rovctage.Buim. preach. Mr. Conway is taking:

new turniture. Incoming a care of Black Pond church ir Li7IQ1i. Pr e

camera fan. or buying a boat bringsnew th> absence of a pastor there, ri
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insurance needs into the picture. I that' leaves the mission to get .
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This may sound cry complicated. along the best we can. -

but to make it less so to you. this i We attended the Union Mee-, a Grocers arc now featuring] displays: : of Coca-Cola] and flavorful

agency will be glad to explain the type I mg at Maxville last Saturday .

of coverage H htch hf'.slluils your need and must say we really enjoyedthe 4. .' combinations of good things to eat. Visit the Coke and Food displays

Why not drop in today) : day.

Sunday morning after Sunday and for how becomes
._ V see yourself easy hospitality
I fortu-
school at the tent we were 6 2S

:.ate enough to visit the Long i Bottle CartOn
when select the
I Branch church. We got there in I )'ou right things to serve. ?

H. C. M Agency tin.e: for Sunday to teach school tie and ladies were I ri43 Cr. "

called upor ICTTIID UNDEr AUTHO 'ITY OP THE COCA.COIA COMrA.y BT'

H -Constant Service Over class. COCA COLA BOTTLING
Last Wednesday afternoon the I STARKE COMPANY

60 Years. Reverends Conway. Pearce and
Strickland surveyed the land for I -Coi.it I1uIPIdS54 trod.- icrk. 1952. THE COCA-COU tc..u.rtI
Please Phone 146
the church building to take place ,I


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. BRADFORD COCXTY TELEGRAPH. STARRS. FLQHTOA
FACE FOUR nim.VY. Jrl.t, IW.I ;
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I I Doris Moncrief and Robert Underill!! WedIn 1 Frank Sweatt-Linda Lee Carter ExchangeMarriage Sandra Strickland land.! Randall- :Martin iv/. ,


Impressive Double Ring Ceremony Friday Vows in Grace Methodist ChurchThe Honored At Party nngton.Elder, Jimmy Edward Hafele Akridge, Billy T H

1 1i I send Strickland. Eugene T.'
r+ marriage of Mis- Linda Lee frock with white accessories anda On Kingsley Lake

I Carter. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.C. i-orsage of white carnations. Broward an.! T'. t S'n. K .

F. Cal rer of Lawtey and Lonnie Immediately following the wed 1 Mr and :Mrs. Clayton Strick Butch Siiiit!' \\'. : and '

Frank Sweatt. son of Mr. and Mrs.L. ding a reception was held in the land entertained Monday eveningat Strickland. K.. M: ,!."

r F. Sweatt of Jacksonville) was Sunday school annex of the church.A Strickland's Landing on Kings- ,
Sidney >;!: ; !
Gladys Mooty solemnized in the Grace Methodist pink and white color motif was ley Lake at a swimming" party

Phone 35 rhurcn. Lawtey, at 4 o'clockon carried out in the floral decora in honor of their daughter. San

I June 22. Dr. W. T. Walters, tions. dra. on her thirteenth birthday Junior Women Plan
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--- s pastor of the church performed The brides table was overlaid anll1\'ert> Annual Luncheon

Rehearsal Party Given the double ring ceremony.As with a lace cloth and featured a
Ruth Phyler Engaged Swimming. bowling, and refreshments
the wedding guests assembleda four tiered cake as the centt'rplt'ce.
The Junior \V it'!'
were enjoyed dining <
To U. of F. Student For Moncrief-Underill, program of nuptial music was The cake was cut by Miss the evening. Sandra reacted! u.i': '' ichfur '
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vMnn : :
offered by Mrs: Mae Wells, organ-; Idell Durban and Miss Frances :
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite and i-t. and! Miss Virginia Terrell, solo Smith. Punch was served by :Miss many lovely gift I it "in her \l1l111 : \\l1l'-. ht'ldTtJu-.. .-. Iu'\!: '.'

Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins entertained ilk ist The traditional wedding Jean Godwin and1iss Mary friends. !th u \".\e of Ml-! \ Ak!! .

at a supper party Thursday -I '\.. marines wen, used. Rivers. Mrs. Jack Braswell: kept Enjoying :thi-, I'all j : : with: :tht l K ,'.. f L k.Swinimrii .

evening of last week in the j j'I Th churvh was de'oratedth the bride's book. honoree were Mr- "'. W. Sirn.lv .
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.f \ at I !
Baptist recreation hall followingthe z bouquets of white gladioli interspersed During the evening Mr. and }Ir.-. land. Elaine Strickland. Shirlt.yCarpt'n'l'I'
'I I and lunchv! :. t.* ., '
wedding rehearsal of Miss I t I with native greenery. Sweatt left for a wedding trip. M.irgie:: Strickland. -I I at

Doris Moncrief of the State Farm Lighting the setting were white The bride chose for traveling an Jackie Tinn.'i: K.nluua Hafele The luiuhiH.- ,
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I and Robert Underill of Cocoa ,, tapers in branched candelabra. aqua suit with a corsage of white Ph 'il-: Stiukliii.l i ,M:1: Puke dish'and\ -11. b t

Beach I .j Mi.-s Ann Carter, sister of the orchids. Niij.: \ Kite.hub t !\ \ I I'ukt- Nai \ what to I't .

The lace covered refreshment I n 11Ir. .. \. bride served as maid of honor and The couple will make their homein Hernandez. Uavie K mf, Sii.aniuM.itxat Hutt'l" .1': I .
table was centered with a candelabra the 1 10: --manls were Miss Louella .la kstmvil, whete Mr Sweatt
M'tr-.r 1at O"kitH. ha.n.111 .
t :N
vora.y in"\
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which t 'R + ht1) Walk-i t .i'i Mrs A. Clay Reid. is mill' "t.\\ '< A".eli I"
was entwined with crystal with prisms nylon tulling I Stv.f.: :! ; IS bes-t man for the tii: ', ',,' ,;, '. \.-" .in., ;. I v .d! I.! Sf.: ;k \\ ':1'.! h'tr! viu: IV

at bi ,iii L'l.'i i in, was his brother Gene
with dusters of tube roses m'l
Sv.t .1" .i''i 1 the ushers were Lest' -
I of the
terval All appointments I
:
,etyRr :-'M I, Im': .ti-l! I'aul Dinkms.

: table cakes were and sandwiches crystal and on the crysta'trays tiny m.1 t _". .i
I of heart-
.A.r were in shapes .
;h.i' i
I 1 : a gown ci (
and bells. lit I: : ", in"n net m< .,tt:1:i 'I 1

punch Mrs and Lavern assisting Outlaw in servingwere poured y.. 1 la OX'* .A. ,!-! I rminati> The I'll.ii!' .-h; Fine Foods Picnickers Prefer

Miss Mary Rivers Stubbins. ,
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I iii i' :- to the .t kr <
Dr and :Mrs. Earle Keith Phy Miss Frances Caldwell and Mrs. rt i II! i n! seed jn! .tl i iwti
A & P's Our
Own
ler of Washington D. C announce T A YawnJr. : iit; finger t; \i 1 1 'h1.

the engagement of their daughter Guests included the members of 01 in .,,. 1 M. .: 01 t white I-iinlr: .t : :

Ruth, to Mr. James Viall of the wedding party and their 'd I .\\hiteon-hul: and MM 1:1: 0 Ib.

Daytona Beach. I l families. Y ee xi "J 1 ..: .i.he.x-df-the-valley. TEA 1 17C

Tin maid of honor wore a ballerina -
Miss Phyler is a teacher at the I in Gainesville on Sunday AUgus
1 It ngth nylon net in > H-
gown
SPECIAL
Starke elementary school. Mr. 3. at 5 Friends of the coupl) \ _
!l! p.m.
10"\I over! matching taffeta \\\\\\s
Viall is a senior at the Universityof are invited to attend. ::\ and )Ir... RobertV.. I'nderill are pictured ab.v.unplin:: their poised \ 1Ib. C
I i She < :0 vied an old fashioned nose /2
Florida. 1 dine cake at a reception fnlln\\ ill!: their unMIng: in the SiarUe! i OFFER! 3
After a brief wedding trip t1... 0 I gay of blue carnations. Th

The wedding will take place at couple will reside at 402 CherrySt. l f".r1iat$, Baptist{ Chun-h. '; gowns of the bridesmaids ere do. All Meal

the University Methodist Church t I I signed similar to that of the r.laidof '

A wedding of beauty and simplicity I[ Mrs. Moncrief, chose tor her I Ii honor and their nosegays ',\ l'I'lI 48 bags and Freeztainer57c

was solemnized at 7:30: i daughter's wedding a ballarma I II I pink carnations.Mrs. FRANKS F S

o'clock on Friday en'ningJune I} length gown of blue lace with a Carter chosefor hu

27. when Miss Doris "Moncrief. shoulder corsage of pink carna I daughter's wedding a brown alltl

THEATRE daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James'I tions. i j white dyes with white accessoriesand 1-lb.
of white carnation,
H. Moncrief of the State Farm. I' Mrs. Underill was gowned in I a corsage 53C
STARKE Mrs. Sweatt mother of thf
became the bride of Hubert W a white evening gown featuring : Pkg. Swift's Premium
I bridegroom selected a Navy bluTwo ,
Underill son of Mr. and Mrs! long green gloves. She wore a \

Dedicated To Community ServiceMovies Judson Underill of Cocoa Beach. |i shoulder corsage of pink carna- ,. '
Are Better Than Ever" The impressive service was performed | tions. Baptist Circles Jane Parkers ;; +
HAMS
s \if5 S
a
r in the First Baptist i Immediately following the wed Weiner '
Sun. Mon.-Jul 6, 7 Met Last } '
,
Sat., July 5-1 Day Only Tuesday f'
Church of Starke with Rev. L: D. ., ding a reception was held in the e K
rt
DOUBLE FEATURE Names performing the double: j Baptist recreation hall. Numerous '
I' Mrs Maxie Carter wa hostesto >; ROLLS S :; + % .x1: Whole or Half
TRAILOF Iif + It ring ceremony.The arrangements of the white
I the Daisy Fowler circle in he }
church was decorated with bridal flown rs were placed at ..w
Lake home aft
Kingsley Tuesday Lb. FC
THE HAWK pedestal baskets of gladioli, carnations points of interest throughout the I
ernoon with Mrs Majory Colleas ; 4 CC $
Pkg.
And- and! pompoms interspercedwith reception room. cohostess. Mrs. Garl Mathewled
I palms. Lighted white taper? The brides table, overlaid witha I
Ft the devotion. Topic was "Y Ii
r 4at lovely lace cloth was centered
in cathedral: candelabra cast a "
witness
i are my
l soft glow on-r the lovely setting. with the bride's cake which way i Refreshments were served! during 8BOTH '. Quick Frozen Young Grade A D & D
Mrs L. A. Canova. organist, surrounded with nylon ruffling the social hour.

and Miss June Patel, soloist;. with clusters of white pompomrat i I HEN .

t rendered a program of nuptial intervals. Five-branch candelabra Mrs Ira Wilson entertained th" 71cValueFor68c

1 music prior to the ceremony Mint with burning tapers flanked j Ida Darby circle at her count." LB.

Also Cartoon "Il6of Toot TootTl Patel sang "At Dawning", "The 'the centerpiece 'home Tuesday afternoon. TURKEYS S 59C

4- "Kit Carvm" Serial Lord's Prayer" and "I Love Mrs. J. I U. Kite and Mrs. V.'. B. 'I The short business meeting fo!

Jf.ttt"E RAIN' Thee". The traditional wedding Mundy met the guests at the ( lowed the chain of prayers. Th> '

J,. F. SMITH marches were used\ I door and the receiving line \'a? offering was $16. Mrs A. J, Thorn Whole Cut at
-
'f' MYRNA I or up your request
LOY'DEBRA ,.
p, Serving as best man for the composed of the bride and groom, as gave the devotional. Irs.Vil '

T e s., Wed.-July 8. 9ara PAGET I bride groom> was his brother, 1 members of the wedding party son spoke on 1Vitne-sing fo! HURRY'SCnninrc D & D Grade "A" Florida

Harry Underill of Orlando and and the parentof the bride and I[ Christ. Mrs. Durden gave the dos

.. JEFFREY HUNTER I I I the ushers were Lee Hagan Bob: groom. Cutting the bride's cake I ling prayer. Mrs. Paulk. cohostes! FRYERS E L6. 49C

EDWARD ARNOLD I I Wiggins, Steve Walker and Buddy were MrLaverne Outlaw and was unable to be present as sh

Tucker, all students of U. of F.. Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Jr. and keepingthe I.had to take her daughter KI th

-..U The bride, who was given in bride's book was Miss MaryRivers i hospital i for observationi

I marn -.ge by her father, chose for Stubbins. Pouring punch I i Wilson, assisted by Mis: 9-oz. PICNIC FEATURESTake
; r Chastecn, served dainty I{.fl't.hmenL ,
IS COMING >, her wedding a gown of chantillyI were the Misses June and Peggy 19C
; using the FOUl of Jul:
r i i
nor WARNER IROS) I I laci- satin featuring a fitted Caldwell. motif. Your Choice EACH 4
Alsoewa &. -French Raeblt" jacket with self buttons from the After spending some time with Ocr

Cartoon neckline to .1 point below the. their guests the young couple 'bride, chose a lovely: Navy !she. Vanilla Sugar

waist. The long sleeves tapered went to Cocoa Beach for a short | with white lace yolk and whit: "

Mrs. W. A. Stern _20.1IOA1 _. ti points over the wrists. The wadding trip. The bride traveled accessories. She wore a ( tustt:I Black Walnut
Ann Page Beans 16
SAMu TGlNGEl: HNRi't waltz length skirt was scallopedat in a Navy blue linen suit complimented of pink carnations.Mrs. CoconutOatmeal 1 oz.

Thur., Fri. -Jfa'y 10,11 PHOEBE HENRY vIN the hemline.The with white accessories I J. ),1. Rosier giandn-oilu: ; : I Ann Page Tomato Soup lO1/ oz.

OAK ROIUTSON JOANNE DXUReJS"1 "rwr.win".i* EPHRON b. 1 I bride's fingertip veil 01, On Tuesday the bride and groom of the bridegroom. wore ;a I'"i>e]I: Choc and Vanilla

I ;; ; P I If sheerest illusion fell from a Juliet t: left for Fort Sill. Okla. where the blue sheer two-piece dies t.t t h Sultana Red Beans 16 oz.
$
N" A I It E r !I
t cap of lace over satin. Her bouquet ., groom is stationed as a secondlieutenant. Navy and white -ces-orn:; u s" .in';1 Sultana Red Beans and Chili Gravy 16 oz.

; was composed of rosebud;. !wore a bouquet of pink carnation' !

lexan af|ij and lily of the valley with a cas The bnde is a graduate of Brad j Immediately following.. cert.'. TETLEY TEA Sultana Kidney Beans 16 oz.

Also Latent News and 1'ojM'j'e'srappy" cade effect ford high school class of '49, and I mony, a reception was held at :h : Sultana Black Eye Peas 16 oz
I
Th
of bride's
the
home parents
Cartoon The bride's only attendant attended the University of Flo
Plus Cartoon "15al>eH at S >a" I, her sister. Miss Jimmie Moncrief. rida for three years where she I I reception room was decorate.1 wit Ann Page Salad Style Mustard 9 oz.
Jc 1 SALE
tall baskets of white ( a naiii.n
white nylon net balla-: was a member of the Kappa Delta
IF YO.U FIND YOt'K NAME CONCEALED IN THE IH.XmXG'mtln who wore a I and gladioli interspeised \\:1: h I lona Lima Beans 16 oz.
rina length gown over blue taffeta I sorority. The groom graduatedwith
IN OU FLORIDA THEATRE ADS CUT: AD OI'TXU PRESENT '
IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FREE TICKETS with a pleated bodice featuring a I a B. S. degree class of 52.. I fernery.The bride's table was .".v.-i, .d 4 Q hags SAC WHITE HOUSE Dry Skimmed MilkY
white net stolle. She carried an from the Vnivrsitv of Florida I
with white lace cloth and < n
old fashioned bouquet of blue car \vhetv he \\.t- ,.t i iiifil.bt l nI<>i [htReis I' a emho,. rI Makes 5 Ots. 35r
three-tiered
tend with "ri
Thet.i! I'. l-.i'i in.t\! I

BLANDING DRIVE-IN I I: nations. ( ake topped with FHnkin a mini! urn th:: bags c FOZZ APPLE JELLY 2 Ibs. 25r
hiide and groom. : ,
Mary Lucile Gaskins aWed nd James Walter I ,ee 1 16 0 1 '
.ike were crystal l'ar..I.h,1! )i > : FRAY BENTOS CORNED BEEF 39,
In Heilbronn Ba tist Church Ceremony ', ,:., .J i v.ith i fernery n.l; :; 1 v.'n,i!,
Dedicated To Monies{ Are '
THEATRE i-ui I and carnations. OAK HILL STD. TOMATOES.

CommunitySer lletterThan The Heilbropn Baptist 'in'! -n .a f I'.i.-tt.-g;' ; the guests a' 'I'- I I i".'.. I i No. 303 2 for 23
Ice bogs :
\ Ever i ,
A MARTIN THEATRE was the setting Saturday < \ u<: M'Allan Wood 1 1 I-, t l!,. SSC

.t S ri cleek for :a lo'e'I'd! i >i >ii '. ". were the ti.1!, ;ar.'l 164 ; A & P GRAPEFRUIT JUICE
Box Office Opens 7:15 P.M. Show Starts S :00 P.M. I
pressivp wedding cerem v in ir! parents and n.emb-! : is
I 46 1 17Lifebuoy '
oz. -
OPEN EVERY NIGHT RAIN OK FAIR Lucile r.ask'iis; 1i
which Miss Mary: -liiliiiET' party I'vPs.iimt:

daughter of Mr. and Mrs CMI'OV .' .h bowl was Mr- I''i: / -

Fri., Sat.-July 4 1, 5 I Mon.. TUE.'..-July_ 7, S (r.a kins and James Walt. Leeson K-: : lIngand; M' .- I !H' Jane Parkers Fresh ..:

..ReY.. H. Lee and; 'h. ,
taiywncntttrirm of 'I nis, '. cut the cake ant l \vi-
j: JOHN WAYNE late Etna Hosier Lee were uii.'.-din i ".>"e ; :ti, serving by h> r,1>,,
GOLD MARBLE
marriage. Officiating at 'hi M.H.ii.Ui: Alvarez, anMr.! ,- I' or .

I dniihlo ring ceremony was Rev W i F. .1. !Ki.s r

..... .. H lees father of the groom. and. \ t'.Mpending' some tii.-: w.t" e,.
ItSam Watson pastor of ;h Mr. and Mrs Le1 1, ft POUND
TCHNICOIORANiHONI' \ tl] :r gue.-ta

-* QUINN PAUL HENREID Heilbronn church. : >: .\veddma! trip in the! Bhi-
I*.f..MM * u IttOMO to YMLI.I _" tw\INI.Do"\Io-' orated with tall baskets of white tai t trH' >d.r.! a shell pink n\l"n i ea.
aladioli and carnation Four aril CAKE E
1'lus 'artoon 1'luto's Surprii1'atkage" Tins Cartoon "A-llaunting: :n'r Th white aC"l'sso'les f>
seven-branch candelabra \wreplal'ed .
Th
hid '
Will Go" 1A'' I'ft. corsage gV? Yht
at each side of the altar A fwda
ba k a
. : expected in _
G. S. NEWCOMB MRS L. U I.IBHY Flanking the floral arrangementswere -. ;> .-;>end some tin1.with

potted palms and an arrangement ;,' ". ,tn fore flying to RameyA. Ic offer 3 bath 24c I FRESH PRODUCE

Sun. 6 ONLY Wed.. Thur.-July 9.10 of white asters and native .' <"I Puerto Rico where the ,
July t
iON g eenery was arranged on !thepiano. gr, .- t111OnM with the 55th FAB 30c
# NDUUSti* The family pew.t" .-rt' Siiii! :-'i'iadron'i ; as a clerk typist Calif. Ripe Cantaloupes I

Till FIGHTINGCOAST marked with bows of maline! with i -ATI guests were Mra Cracker Jack,3 for 13c Large 29-
t clusters of baby breath and'1 fern
>. v M L. Beach. M: and! 19c
As the wedding guest-; -.v-er- Marshmallows, 10 oz. Free Stone Peaches, Large
t GUARDA \1' .'. H Lee and family. Mr

I I was seated offered a program by Mrs.of nuptial Mae Wells musIC\ of v K.il: 1 Carter. Mr arrt Mrs; Lux Toilet Soap, 3 bath 29c Ripe, 2 Ibs. for 35i

REPUBLIC MCTUU h .- Hawkins. Pamelia Car-
Lawtey. E. O. Sale Hawkins of Luscious Golden Bananas
,. The a VS! T Shultz. Mrs. MasgieU Crisco, 3 lb. 85c
Also Cartoon "Rival Roraeos"Also Jacksonville; sarg "B cause"
is 1 Phillip: Sullivan all of 3 Ibs. for 25c
traditional wedding marches were 30c
z n ia K- ", :dl.Ir.!! and Mrs Owen Tide, large package -
used. the waist (JIltHI't"t L. H Watermelons Lame 35r
SUMMER'TIME nawru Yaugh a.dIr. and Mr
Facial Tissue 25c
Soft
brother-in-law-
bride's Angel
The AU i it fie v<. was (' 1:1 !.::", and family: of Ar.mston.
!an1 Williams served as bestmanfor sh ,C' ,". .. -lit ','lth Prices In This Ad KfftomiThroinn
Lee and
IS OUTDOOR TIME Ala. Mr! and Mrs A. T Formost Tissue 15c
RT : the bridegroom and the ushers --eiiei: ;>. ai-' r.uo-me carried
H Mr. and Mrs. E. Harris of Green t aturdaJuh' :5th)
>, R ONM ENJOY THE SHOW'AY were Raymond Redding, cousin of a prayer book topped with a purple Cove Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Swan Soap bath bar 2 for 25c
; NF) IN COGI I COMFORT the bride and Grady farness cousin throated orchid and white satin Wood of, Starke. W H. Ro-ier of ,

Dress As You Please of tie bridegroom.The streamers. Gair.esviile.! Mrs Mae Wells and Armours Treet 45c

BRING TilE FAMILY bride, who was given in I The bride's only attendant washer ,, Mrs. A H. Harley. Sr ..f Lawtey UP/ rnonTOR) r,

/ TOBlanding marriage by her father chose for i sister Mrs. Willard Williams :' Martha Bates and Jaque Battof Armours Chop. Ham 53c

Drive In her wedding a lovely street length I who wore a lovely blue nylon Orlando. 47c The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea fo.
Armours Beef Stew
ti ra dress of white sheer batiste. The I sheer over matching satin and Entire: Content Copyrighted, 1930:

Cartoon "Peaceful XeighbuiB" ALWAYS A GOOD SHOWAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAA high neck bodice was fashioned carried a bouquet of pink carnations Adding Machines ac4 Portable Armours Corned Beef 49c 300 East Call St.

with lace inserts and a full lace rypewilters iolr on time.-Bradord -

panel shirt with white s-t-tamers lli" G:1-k.ri ner Cf tt : County Telegraph. .



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
8TAKKX FLORIDA
PVf.E FIVEMary :
FIUDAV, ..IlL1952
-

i Fourth with the J. L. Andersons. spent a few days last week at their Kmgsley] Lake ager". published 10ew York The and the daughters. Wednesday Con ratula:I.<

H. L. Brownlee, Jr. and son camp at Salt Spring! Mr and Mrs J G Caldwell and I save recognition to I. P. Shep- Paula and Sue arrived here last to Mark and Betty iD\alt I I I:: ..

Morn, of New Orleans La. arc :Mr and Mrs. T. G. Carter and 'daughters June Peggy and htrd.ho has retired l after 41 week and are with Mary's mother gett on the arrival of a daugh':

spending this week with the senior I Mr and Mrs Leon Ponds and Francis are Icauns: Sunday fn: vears' service with the Railway Pauline Torode. for a few days Wednesday in Alaihua Ct' 1

dhdOn5 Brownlees. sons of Providence were visiting Ventura. Calif fr aisit ".Ith before
Express quite some record'! leaving for Capt. Hieatt'- Hospital .
Mr and Mrs. Bill Tilley, Mr. Mrs. J. H. Fields and family andC. the Caldwell's son-in-law and Hear that 1:
Bobby Turner new
tSgt I assignment at Wright Pat ,
Lewis '
and Mrs. Robbie Shaller and Don J. Powell on Sunday. Mrs. daughter. Mr ard Mrs A. W. An Shrift ''' :
I 1-c) will be teison
discharged July 1t'at AFB. Dayton, Ohio .
Ray Tilley have had as guests Powell is still in Portland, Oregon derson. Jr. June and [Tegg planto Call Street n art!: \ < 'g,"
I; Columbia. S. C. after IFmonths' Hear they enjoyed vacation in ,
,, I I during the past two weeks: Mr. with her son. George, who was remain with the Anderson.; indefinitely i the wilds of C.t. "
!. service: part of which i I the Philippines and a stopover at ,
f'riouslhurt lumber Their that he has_nr<* s?, ': ,.rotr.
-- and Mrs. Clifford Sinks and chil- while on a If i iI grandmother.
was spent in Korea Sue Mile : Honolulu on the back .
Edith and Mark Adams of weekend Mr. and Mrs Ed Gomisof dren, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Chance I job several weeks ago. George is Mis J B Caldwell. is spending a way Los Angeles,d 1 :res
(Mrs. E. F. ) has heard from
son. .
last week with their Tampa. and children, Mr. and Mrs. Thur- i! still unconscious from the acdI month in Ocala visiting Mr. and Quite a few birthdays in ouri present i" Biro< :ir,: I' sad
spent
Perry uncle and aunt, Pr. and Mrs. H. : Mr and Mr... J. C. Wynn of i man Flipping and Mrs. Carrie Ton- dent. Mrs Clayton Furr. Sgt. Billy who iin French Morocco i(i i book this week Rhoda Dampier Cre Ira }I.: r'n. "

H. Adams Jacksonville spent the weekend ney all Nashville, Tenn., Mrs. 1 Jack Miller will return home Rev and Mrs T. G Mitchell and N. Africa says he i is! | says she celebrated her "21st" anniversary 1,1".a w 1 ,''eiltor t I;"

Dr. and Mrs Calvin Houpt were with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, II( Nancy Gunter and daughters, Car- Saturday after two weeks at camp daughter. spent Thursday night 200 miles out in the open desert!! | Thursday of last week U'WISul.1 UK- t t g","

in Lakeland over the weekend!' Sr. and family.Lt. '!'ol. and Mrs Rebecca Gould and WeedMr. and Friday in Homt'lar.d'isitint; and never knew there was sc and on the same day BiB ole I'lor.da hi-!hl!i! ,I' so .\.t1l .

and Mrs. James A. and Mrs. Joe and Rev Mitchell's much sand in the whole world Wood his .
visiting Mrs. Houpt's parents fr.1 Col. daughters of Miami. Arnold mother Mrs. J. observe; : 11th with a l""d\ h.1'I'i g 'I 'idipj.

and Mrs. S. J. Douberley.Mr. : Griffin will spend the weekend in I Mr and Mrs. Bill Tilley and ion, daughter/ Jackie and Mr and Mrs T. Mitchell 2nd Lt. Joe Andrews goes back. : trip to Silver Springs with his }h..n <,. .,.,. t ,

and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendort I! Lakeland visiting relatives. 1 i Steve are spending this week at George Miller spent Sunday at Mrs. Ruth Ann Kearns has returned to Ft. Hood. Texa Saturday aftera : famih John Adams wa ju-* .. 01 1. :
I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy had St. Augustine Beach. from Pennsylvania where \\('fk's'isit with his family .
had as guests last week Mrs. IHoltzendo | ( the Dixon cottage on Kingsley I eight on Tuesday anc1 celebrated rind .

's mother, Mrs.' R'j i iK as overnight guests Saturday Mr. Lake. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roar.e and she spent a month with relative* Nice welcome Mary Lui tie an d l i with a; si-i.,1] party Janet Well seonis t." h., i'1 1: (,'I ni- \


I Jacksonville.Mr. i of Hlatkshear be guests of Judge and Mrs A. Edna Shearer. attei their length:!' --i\ In iiii.in '' ,
Mrs. F. O. Perry of Houston, Tex. | daughter, Marilyn aini: v It I < .\ t b* : \ : v "
I Mrs. John Mixon and : Z. Adkins from Thursday to Sun- Mrs. Lila Paul of Miami .
arid another sister Mrs. H. C.I! and I, Ga. will spend the Fourth weekend in -- .

Ledtje and daughter, Gloria of daughter Dorothy Jean and son, with Mrs DPI 1 Colley and fam- day. ir.g an indefinite visit; wit'nieces 1.1. - -- : ij: .- r l_. .. ', '_' --:

West Columbia, Tex. j Wayne, spent the weekend in Ar- I ily and Mrs Daisy Perryman. Mr and Mrs. Fred E. Francis. and families, alr I 1'f F::
I
daugh-j i! cher visiting Miss Mamie Ar.dei- !, Mrs. S. J. Berton and son Bob'bie Jr. have returned home after Dampier and Mrs. J. P f ;lr ;:. .

Mrs. Frances Thorpe and son and Mrs. Pauline Stone. are pending several weeks in three weeks vacation spent in Col.! and Mrs. T. T. L.,' _

ter. Sandra, have leased the Carl j: Mississippi, Arkansas and Missouri sons. Tom and Dave left T1!.',"
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis had Moulti'ie. Ga with Mrs. Renton's
Johns cottage on Crystal Lake for i t-) pond the weekend C ARLING
as guests last week Mrs. Davis'mother I daughter and family.
remainder of the
the summer. i: Mrs. L. R. Gooding and Dr. and Mrs C. C. Mendoza of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and and M's D C. Fort-h.i: : -
They will have as house guest I daughters. Carolyn and Janice bany, Ga. and the ren i -
that time. Muss Tt'rah"il- Mr. and )Ir.;;. L. R Goodmg Jr. i Jacksonville spent last Friday
during lof Charleston S. C. ':with Mrs Mendoza's parents, the spent Sunday in Folkston. Ga. the month in New Yoik I "
liams of Pompano andOe.w York ..I IT. J. Griffins. with Mrs Vickers' mother Mrs. mington. Dela with fiif,, .
Mrs has as weekendguests. Mr. and Mrs W J. Johnstonand | .'
Thorpe I and 'A. G. Gowen. Mrs. Vickers and Tom and Dave are spend ._
The Charles
Hardy family
of Atlanta. Ga. andMr. ,
daughters
Hep and Mrs. John Bur-
daughters went back to MrsGowens's weeks at summer GROCERY MARKETCorner
attendedthe canto!
E. family
J.
well of Fort Lauderdale, and also; and Mrs. John Burton of 'the Hardy
Wednesday to spend Carson in Germantown 1'01
family reunion at the
will theTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Hardy
this Knoxville Tenn. spend
expects as guests coming .
two months. Mrs. Louise \Vain\\i_' -
I JD.\ P. Hardy home in Hampton on
Sunday.Dr. Mrs J. Wainwright and children Hollywood is spending t!.. .:

< and Mrs R. P. Stubins and are returning this week from weekend with her moth1 \ Call
&
: NEW AT Mr and Mrs. J. R. Kite will spend Miami after spending two weeks F. Sauls and Mr Sauls Cherry Sts. Starke Ha.

I there with relatives. Mr. and Mrs C. E. U :
the long weekend at Daytona i These Prices Good
EXCLUSIVE Beach. Mrs. N. S. Dankel and chil-iren! daughter, Glenda .J./ ,u Saturday, July 5

Ducky $ and Mr- Rex Dansby and spent last week in Tampa and.: moved into the home foi>n?, -- _. .
Mr : : : :: '
._
I : :
the t
Lakelandisitine Paul ;
; SENSATIONAL dauuhteis. Gail and Beverly of relatives. cupied by Shiit\- .

"' the weekend Jean Mundy visited Emma J ire have moved to Waldo
1 I Hahira Ga. spent
.. with Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby.The Canova in Gainesville from Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Robe .< ;f LARGE

-' day to Wednesday. Jacksonville visited Mi ,' \1
ELECT A PEN Dansbys also had as weekend
A Replaceable quests their nephew, Edwin Fain, Miss Dolores McKnight ic'ttirns D. E. Knight and H. V l KSundaj : I hIDE With

who is being transferred from to Florida-Southern College on '. S5.00 19d1Fresh

Point ForEvery $1.25 with point \ Norfolk. Va. to the Green Cove Monday for the summer school Mr. and Mrs J. D (ci 1 :'
hosts at
Springs Naval Base. term.Mrs. a family minimi i iun'.ay Purchase

Purpose 4 I Mis R A. Colon and daughtersand F. A. Moore Mrs. T. A. and Sunday at t'' mt

Extra Points Six Styles Steele and Mrs Tommy Steele. in Thrressa There wet, 2. 'n i
.
.
F. Flume last ,
... Mrs; F. spent: ..
..4 : Jr. and daughter. Sandra, ofGainesville bers of the family presentMr. -. -; ... -. '- '. -. J '__'_ ..
------ -- 25c EACH Friday in Jacksonville: visiting h__ ._ _. _. _' .
"
are spending the : and Mrs. D. E ,K'e < >'II "
Mis R. W. Mills.
Fourth with Mr and Mrs W. B. H. V. Knight visited Mr >> \i' -
2 DAYS ONLY Or H7ii/p{ / They Last! ; Mr and Mrs. R. 0. Dansby and Mundy and family. W. S. Colson Monday t .. .. i m
children left Thursday for Ozark
SPECIAL! BALL POINT PEN 9c ea. Ala to spend the weekend with J Mrs W. L. Blair and Miss Amy Orange Park. Field m (grapefruit No. 2 i an*
.. ,Coburn returned Saturday from! a Mr. and Mrs. E. D T," \ uri
relatives. six uefks' to Kansas and I daughter Joan left Thin M ""ll
Hot Weather Fountain Specials Mrs J. L. Anderson Sr. and :i Wyoming. trip City a week's vacation in I'mm PEAS Lb. 31hC1C
1 OC
4 J. L. Anderson, Jr. and chil- I JUICE J
..4 dren Mike and Jane, will leave I j Mrs. A. L. Alvarez and Miss and Asheville, N. C. They -.. ,

I Beat The Heat at Ducky's 4 4 Saturday for a month's visit to I Lucille Alvarez were in Jacksonville register Joan at Mars H <

4 on business and shopping lepe. Mars Hill N C f-- <.11
.,' Fountain for That Light:: South Carolina. They will visit I .

Mid-Summer Luncheon or .4.. Mis. J. M Smith in Bl.Uhewood yesterday term. Sonry Tenly i I" 'iI'. nt: ; ."'..' : :._-: ." : .: : .'..-' .- .' '-":-:$= _._" ,
/I 4 Mr and :Mrs. Hardy Douglas se'eral'ks with 11 i-I'> i- - -
Between leals Snack 4 S. C., Mrs R. A. Harley in Dor- ..
i 1 .4.. ,I I and( son. Billy of Clover S. C. are aunt. Rev and MrH .
I (chester S. C. and Sgt. 1-c and
4 guests of Mr and Mrs J. W. Ritchat Walters in LaBelle.
; --
V .. -- -- 4 Mis Robert Turner in COiumbia.1 I
4 the State Farm for two weeks Miss Carolyn Kelh :
S. C. Robert Turner w
1 4 diS-1 I Misses Marion Davis and Jean- left Saturday to a'-' .
ORANGE JUICE 4 charged on July 19th and he
4Squeezed will with I I nette :MrLendon: of Orlando arrived State in Tallahassee f..t. ". Pure
Mrs Turner l return home
4 I Tuesday of last week and Jean- Mr. and Mrs L.1 I >. -h. "
Fresh 4 the Andersons. BLACK
: 4 I Inettt's mother. Mrs H. B. Mc- Wildwood were week"i 'I'i e
..4.. Mis James A. Griffin has returned -
A Lendon will arrive Saturday to :Mrs. W. H. Struth and \l I. t h
5c and lOc 4 nome after two we'ks'i"it
spend the remainder of the month Struth. 2 Forroscouor.
\. + ..4.. with Mr and Mrs R. E. McDamelof
.4.. with Mr ar.dIrs.. E S. Matthews. :Mr. and 1 Mrs. F. J s .., I n
phIladelphia Pa. and also vi..itmg -
.4.. Mrs Gussie Howard of this .<
Daytona family are spending nun
.. in New York.R .
4. Beach is visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. the Nasworthy ('ottag-t..1.t h. ":.
Beef f or Lamb b StewBREAD 40..4 4 F; Prather of Jennings, ft c. I Middleton.: ley Lake. '

.. has Mis. Prather who is
4 joined .
..4.. Mr. and :\I..s.1.. L. Lawson and!I i Mr and Mrs. Charles PI< > -nand -. u_ __ _.
visiting Mrs. Fay Gill for two .. 0J -
.4.. I family were visiting relatives i ir. son. Danny, are leaving: Tin .. ',- .. .r .,,__ ,
weeks vacation. I
4
4 Georgetown Ga. from Saturday trTuesday. I> day morning to spend tw its
Baked Beans & Hamburger 45c I Mrs. J. M. Edwards, who was HOT HOTSAUCE /
vacation visiting friends n ''rl' IIl
4 operated on Monday of last :week For
4 Miss Evelyn Stump spent las t l; gia and Mr. Cowen's pan-?' \t)
Riverside returned JElLO 3
IK Hospital 25C
4 week Monticello visiting Mr- and Mrs. C. II. Cow*'n. t n H s Cr
4 home on Tuesday.
Macaroni w. Cheese) SPAGHETTI 4 and MrW.. H. Thomson. Jr. ville. Ala. 3
4 Mr and Mrs. Paul Bockman an.ghter d
Little Ellen Thomsorreturned Mrs. Toonn sie .
Marjorie
I I i May me is.s
...".-. of Miami and Donald
HAMBURGER I And Two 4 with her for an mdefiniti s her son-in-law and lour; ,'. M
4 &. '. Bill Bockman of Covington
French FriedFRANKS ..4.. and Mrs. J. O. Toppii- KI -- '-- -- __ d- .. .
.
weekend of -
Mr.
Visit.Col. '
Lettuce & Tomato + 4 Ky. were guests !. and Mrs. Harold Wall an'I <1 I sonville. .: = :j .-- : -- =_ :- :"". '<, : .
I and Mrs Denver Devrick. TheUevmks
Bread & Butter 1, 4 family of St Augustine are spend- R. F. Young is visit "'._
also have as guests Mrs'I
4 : lilt the summer+ at thci cottage o r 1 i in North Carolina. -
\ V.. T. Hiinkley and son, Herman -

SSe 45' 4 4 of Covington W. Va. I

\ 4 Albert Crews who was on fur- Good

..4 4.. lough from Camp LeJeune, :-0. C
.4.. enioute to Miami, the weekend hLtcfr FLOUR In Cloth
spent
p


REAL FRUIT SHERBET 19c pt. I.I I.... Diggs.Mis with.. Shirley Mr. Pollet and and Mrs- children Leslie I : kctM c : 25 Bag Lb.If 1891


I are spending the long weekend in
I Orlando the of Mrs Nell: I That northeast blowing dWednesday r rI Bat night out at thc Si" *. nPlies'.s .
as guest >-- -' '
DUCIY'SLLAa.u.uuAAAuuAAA.uAAA.A.uAAA.uuuu. Crews I sure was welcome- rt. I:| : UN llldl i \ in i' IIO< .. = : : : .' : '- -- ..-. '. --- _-,"_ ._ -: -.- i"

:Mr and Mrs Jack Berg of Fort t lief from the heat wave even if1' Joan M.xmhan of .I\ I iieieti "
"
.... Lauderdale visited :Mr. and Mrs I. it did create something of sand '! Crews Prances Caldu.-l1' -i -- -'iI '. .. .or ..." ._ ;

... storm I! honorees the hc,hI.
.. Joe Arnold on Saturday.Mr \ around Temple Ave wherethe --
... and Mrs C. G. BarksdalWe're e pavement has been torn ur | I't'ggyand Carolyn nil'- .' J \ an .utf

!| leaving the bare dirt exposed for going-away gift-

'hand Bradfordites were treated tc Surely will miss M : Qt.
"
\ RIP El E 49C SPRAY 39C
I a real honest-to-goodness hail from the county \I. \ >

Still Doing Businessat storm last Friday that was a where she has been 'I"i

I sight to behold another exciting :'! cant and attractive I ti\' ,

event of the week was i __ c. .. .
thtI several -- '"> ' -
I past years p'. ." '. ". : : :. <: '. ': .__ :. .:_ :__ -_ .-_ '.' _:r: :-- __
fire out at the old Bradford
the old stand : i I II husband Jim depart i

Plastics building Monday after- for Miami wheth.. : _
I, almost .:_ :" ." -------H. .- -. -- -. .. :: _':
noon as spectacular as as pharmacist a d-\ _

I that Florida Plastics fire several i Miami Springs

I years ago all the excitement' miliar and plea n<.: i'I Iant"
Although Temple Avenue look like it's been Ice
may right: now
1 be the
seems to comingbefore
,, will be depart I 11' ,

I Fourth guess the big dait. before NS Cold
blitzed hoitff long I
by an Atomic Bomb, we want our friends and customers I I I
; self will be as quiet a* usual I I Charles hardy is g. I Each 21

to know that we're still on the job serving the best around Call Street with every- I automobile and appb'::i > .

,. '1 bodoff to the races, or someother with his brothers ..itJ .

food at the most reasonable prices in Starke. out of town event I,I i P. Roberts place

i When I spotted Smittv ,Jesse) I j he is till part-tip,.' ,u_

: Smith Tuesday with his chin aH School Board office ;r ,:
.
-r It is mighty encouraging to us to know that in spite of the bandaged up I was wondering if tinue in that status! n',' ._ -, ,---.-= T .:- -- .' -'.: .'.. -- = '-- -- "'_ :;::'.__ .: ;: }
-- i httood up" when his wife said i break in someone t" t .' -

present inconvenience in reaching; our restaurant, we haveexperienced ': hush-up so thought I'd better important duties! .allon Jar Reg. SI I 2::> f.al'hL
I i
'y: A 1 stop by and see what the story II I Another face I'll -
little loss in volume
of
business. Our
very our was seems he and son. Cal. ing is that of attra.. T .> :- '?

-- local patrons still know how to find their way to good food, | were fishing out at Minnow Lake. .i Overstreet of the P.who's 1\ L LARD 99C BROOMS S 98C

1 i near Kep1Onf.'hE'D Cal let gc I| I leaving next T' ,' .

'jt' and the tourists also somehow, manage to seek us out.They've i with a nice cast and his Hawaiian ;; New York and them f t','" ",

i Wiggler caught his dad. who was [ Nuernberg, Germainjoin ,. . t, .- -. ,'. -' .
heard of I -
the Brown Derby and determined
are to eat paddling at the other end of the | hubby Horace '-
..... I
with us when in Starke. boat right in the chin with thf ,I ipeanti Ovt-rstreet K. ? __ __

;i hook they couldn't get the two more years of fl', .. H _, __ : ._ .' '>''f .

hook out ran out of gas and had many and Florene ev!'" .

to paartle *o shore and drive clear main there until hr ,. '

But it's nice to know that some day soon we'llhave : to a doctors office in Starke before I I:I I the states Bin> .posit -


a nice, wide boulevard going right by our hook he got quite help a in painful removing operation the- good is the luck'new' .bookkef. eff";':,., ': Coca Cola ;: I" : 17


door and then won't we all be proud of Starke and I hear I I| Furniture Co. A \1

Note from Janie Avery says Knight back on the : r .

( U. S. 301 ? Until then, we will appreciate jour "it got too messy on 301 for me 'I nurse after several: ,"
,
so I ran off to Atlanta" I!I duty Ray and Eiii -, s> .n< -' .. '- ., -. -- --- '-. .. -- .,
continued patronage, and of .. . = '
I assure >ou the best Meamrg.of course the road vacationing for a c up''':' ,'Ks! t5. t'& __
I
in foods building: operations Janie at the Steve Simmon-i .>.- .> -- .. .. .
now as always. ,>\,11i.lt her sister. Erline Bus- .i j Kmgsley C. F Cdhr, P"I .. .. :. .. > -., : :- -.- -- - :. .. --- 'le : ;-'

sey for a while and then reopen,I latka i? relieving F I K {DMen) }lipe f'Yl'sh H Band;

Awy Inn in thf fall seems manager at tA.. & V -V

that Pat Jackson was not to te Matter; is on two weeks \ ,

outdone with her sons. Mafk.i|( Hear they had ou.> 3. > L .- BANANAS Ib.! 11 C PEACHES 3 Ibs 1 fC
The
BROWN DERBYG. Bruce. and Bill Tom. all having;. reunion at the Levy C tft .:, .. L

trumps in the past month, fc j Jon Kmgsley last Sjrid.-; "-.e .

she I ad to come do'.nt"ith them annual gatbenng of> 0.- '.< d r
.. . ., .
-
"' -- -
-
herself Hear that Helen Wal '-- -
-
Cannva
of George Paul .. ---
,- -' .- ..' ... .. .. .
C. BLUM EH lace (Mrs. J. C.1 t had a buffet members oi the farr.! tai; ->-d -- -

.- .. ,
supper for Peggy Caldwell and 'round the festivtoard .. .. -- -
-, -. .. .. ..- .. .. '
-
Carolyn Bradley Rucker Satur.j' I intent .tern in the Exp; "- Lm --- ---

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PAGE SIX -..-I-PJ/ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA

I rninvv. ,u i.y 4'dren ,' ,
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYVYYTYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYVTVVYYTTT. I I '.Vf TTTVTTTTTTTf TTTTTTTT* ':
Qt/ e. ing from a major operation.Mr. .
'I e { 5 Glenda'imng of Santa Bar Wm. Hammond rcpresen;:. .
and
FARMER'S ? HAMPTON bara. Calif arrived last week to Ft. Myers! Mrs. Donald Keyes of Hampton Home Demo::_.
.. wpre'I'ltors to Hamp Club
I stay with her grandparents Mr at the Flower S" ," .
ton
I anti Mrs DV.. last week. Starke Friday. Mrs. .,.
D I A R YlBy y By Mrs. :\1, C. cueenevL4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAu Mss Gladys Hicks Johnson.of Baltimore, Morgan Alta Mane Eiland and Roy Brown. a memV- t :

both of Jacksonville have tries and ,. .. .
Md and al] >tt, : v ,: \
Brunswick. Ga. has beenvisiting t
Sam :McGarvey: 3i I t been visiting relatives here
i! her attending man retcivni 1 '>b ,
( grandmother, Mrs.
1 -- -o. Earlene i Vacation Bible
,- ... Nazworth entertainedseveral I School.
I The author ell be glad to re boys and girls Mamie :Mead. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cumbie and Mr. p. T Nn.;: f\ _
m Saturday
else Items of Interest concerning : -I :llr.! and Mrs. J B. Foisytn! entertained two visor of s. /li, ol- 1:1 1 I
sons Earle and
i the Ellis of
evening Plant
l \ occasion being
the activities of farmers in .. 1 her with a family pknic City are visitors ton t-v"TM.. : ,.,' \ It..
hero
birthday. Games and singing th-; week
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe .'.. 4 / were enjoyed after which her j dinner at Hampton Lake, Sunday Miss Joan Swoeney was the the sumo!! r (iI>. .1'

left at the Telegraph office or ; j,i mother Mrs. Ena Xazworth. assisted !i I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jackson andDir. Friday supper guest of Mis John films tor v. ':' ui! ,
mailed to Sara 1 1 and Mrs. Bert Finch of Gainesville .
McGarvey Lawtey by Mrs.V.. \V. Hammond G. Childress in GainesvilleMrs. He will be .1! 'PI-:
visited their Mr.
parents
I servedake and punch. T. J. Alderman. Mi.. Mondax .
j and Mrs. W. N. Jackson, Sunday. R. F n:s. !?, "
i The Fifth Sunday conventionof i B. F. Osteen and two children Dyal. Mrs. I'. P Dyal and Mrs. three film-.

Great Day in the Morning, alive so we left them there. La. at Lake the Christian Butler Sunday Church ofternoon.was held II.of Plant City have moved to

but Joy had another beautiful ,ter learned that the seven pigs I III I xr About .} Hampton.

calf! It happened early Sunday,II I which weighed 5-15 Jbs. (an average ( I(' the Christian twenty-five Church memWrs in Hampton from i'' ifr and Mrs. R. Brannon were ,

morning:; Alice had gore down'{1 I of nearly 78 l\>s, each) i attended.L. in Tampa recently. Their daugh-

to toe woods to Investigate and j! brought $20.75, winch was quite R. Roberts of Lake Butler i; ter. Forma Jean Jones, who has Save Jar You
been !
there she found the little fellow I a bit less than we had hoped to I railed on his sister, Mrs Jessie them home visiting there accompanied every Canse

a black, bull calf not yet dry. We get for them, but the market i? Chastain Sunday.Mr. |I Mr
.
and Mrs Broom and children
ate breakfast in a hurry and ten off on feeders right now. We and Mrs. JV.. Horne and -

went to see the latest arrival on haven't yet figured out how I II '! family, and Mrs. Betty May and i t'and;! Mrs.of California Dan Johnson.are visiting Mr BALL 'pOM.

our farm. His name? Happy is I much these pigs cost us to raise, daughter. Melody, were in Dunel- I Mrs. E. R. Conway and :Mrs. LIDS

his name-Happy Andy (in i but our guess is that our profit lon Sunday afternoon. i i Higgin Bothn and family of Pa-

honor of Alice's new nephew- j is probably the pig which; we |! Roger Cox, son of G. C. Cox lakta were Sunday guests of Mr

Frank Andrew \Vhitenack> his .I: kept out as a brood sow. Wonder'I II who is now stationed at Fort and Mrs G. C. Cox. Miss Maggie The Lids with tte I DOME ;'
how come it is that feeder pigs Benning and! recently arrived in Johrson LID
complete moniker. Well Happy ]I I I the States accompanied them when
from
Korea
is ,
was up and about, but he hadn't ,;, are bringing: no more than :\umber !I expected they returned home.
home this week.Mr. .
with tae aid of |; Ones at this time? I "
nursed yet,
so Mr and MrO. 1dtTPdtSEAL
and Mrs. R. F Dyal, Mr. A. G Pope and! Famous
Harold Eunice we got the little son Beryl of Eau Gallie
'"' and Mrs. Bruce Roark spent Monday -
pcamp nursing and then turnedour We were very late getting our I IF HE ISS0 BLAMED MODERN, HOW COME ''dren. Patsy and Buddy, and spent chil-the at their home here G-"

attention to his mammy Joy. field corn planted and it was i t HE .STILL FARMS UP AND DOWN HILL ? ,weekend in Tampa. ;. Mrs. Gertrude Sladt ac,'om-> L Only All Jars come with WME l Lids l

The old girl came through the just starting to grow when other I I panied her mother. :Mrs /
Dick Williams of Tampa visitedat Am\, ,. j /
ordeal in fine fashion (despite corn in the County was quite I Cwtt Salt C..+emtl.n Mnle. Meade to Jarkse >
the Home borne '* >>np :"llnda.t
that nail in her heart which: has : bigh. But now ours is growing ,} W E'E'k. spvwa} oarsa.'t 1 T.s. : Meade has spent severalcceeirs --- __u __ __ ___

i now been there over a year I, although 'very fast, as if trying to catch( 1 ; )1\ 1ampton.1fr. '

she had quite a lot of;Jap. It is very tail and tassetingout :';I(will come the on had produce, despite and the vwis-red-sm. d on ( )1r.t:. IV. W. iYammond and her and Mrs. Har:.% Sitifn-nt (If [ -- -- "- '- : =: --' :=:; : :::::

i milk and her udder< wa&r, and most of the stales have howcafoer.. We decided -(; is Strawberry. I Daughter, Willow Ruth, aceomlpan Cleveland) Ohio and Mrs Jacob

I large About noontime Sam milked i j' two ears on them. Hope that we that they probably can j Petal, our six-month old heifer ( ; ] Mr. and Mrs. John E. i' Ealdinper of Mansfield Ohio an

( a little from each of her teatsto get a good yield, as we need I stand a lot 1)f fertilizer, so wegate I who is half Jersey-half Brahman Hammond to the Naval Air Base i I visiting their mother Mrs Cyn-
in
relieve Joy. Later in the day plenty of feed to keep the hungry| them an extra dose. Bettertoo ( has been very wild and hard tc' their Jacksonville recently to visit thia Daniels, at the home of G1' 100 Dresses
much son Chester Searle who .
fertilizer is'
stock we have from us in- we think get Saxon
tae usual afternoon thunderstorm eating .I tha ot acquainted with. But nowsiie training there. IMr I I

came up and Joy and her !! to the poorhouse. enough. is shut in the barnyard she i isi Miss !j!> and Mrs Ernest Hunter
t Louise
brand new baby Happy got soak- I S r I I S i taming down. We'd like to think in Koch's Adkins is working and family of Pompano ited
i drug store in
quite pleased thll'eek Starke. I
ing wet, so Alice went down tc I It has been hot! The Weather ,: to that EraJimarts can be tamed, Mrs. Hunter's father. G. \V Saxon, AND
!
the woods and coaxed and pushed I Bureau reports new records broken :''Ti a check from the 'anal but we still remember those rod ; Mrs. Inez Afford of Jackson-(1 :last week.Dick SKIRTSCHILDREN'S

and hulled the calf up to the. almost every day, but we don't | Corp. i through Winton eo bulls. : yule was a recent guest of her and Royce Alvaiez. James
I
I : Par ) for the 'f fw ; mother, Mrs G. W. .
cowshed Joy following, lowing have to be told that. In the carry pulp wood \ve Saxon. j i and A. L. :Nazworth were in Jat.kiQnvllle '

. while if to : morning can. get some work sold them when we had our Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chasiainij I I .
every once in a as say you Buy planning' our Fall crops : Sunday.Mr. CGIRL'S
V I woodlot WOMEN'S
calf will done and late in the afternoon, thinned out. We knew and son Tomm111'5.. Jessie !
"Take it easy on that now. Going to try a little of anything and Mrs. Wm Hammondhad
I
you, Miss Alice, the poor little but in the middle of toe day when nothing at all about the businessof that will grow and hope Chastain and Mrs. \Vm. Hammond;j j as their Sunday dinner .

i thing is only ten hours old"Vell that old sun is really laying it selling timber, but we selected I' that we get some good weather. motored to Cherry Lake recently'' ;Mr. and Mrs. John Hammond guests.and
I people we"could trust : to visit Sue Chastain I
and then
and Willow 'j;
\ anyhow, we're very pleased I on we get as cool as we can and I' We need some more moisture in'' Ruth laughter.[ Miss! Ruth Searle. Miss

: that Joy is all right and 'i ppy take it easy. But it has been a!?! I told them to go ahead on their I the soil before we can even think ,:: Hammond who were at- i 1 : tending 4-H
t with} pur! new cat} Happy. j ju I )hoti. or even hotter elsewhere inj!: for own. It worked out very well lof setting out any runner plants Camp. :,1j IVasUmgton.\ I.I C and i' ren\er- MEN'S

,. ,I, ,1 r the country. ji j they did a good job of thinning tAll I j Mrs. Gerald Adkin motored to
_
/ ,
out our WQodlot. MrtClenney Saturday
morrung
Well, we hated to part with I r -- i -.. ti __,._ quiet on Sunday afternoon.'[I Her father J.V.. Prissier accompanied SPORT SHIRTS

them, but we knew that we had i II But one afternoon after a I i Too quiet for one of the cows. her .
home and
.to fell: cur litter pj rta pigs, sci:r; Cooling thundershower the temp, '!I six The runt Big of Henrietta's II! What did one of the dopes dc j|: weekend. H.'T.. Friesttr spent hull th Let Us Thoroughly

and loaded all took a real drop and Sam'I I spotted pigs must have gotten but bust a standpipe near t'.ip><. children of Palatka Wash Your Clothes .
also ,
last week we up jerature I I | a terrific bang on his head. i' 'r* nt i IN II.KM l | >K|>
of them (it wasn't quite grabbed a hoe and went over tc i water pump and did a fine jot the weekend at the Adkins hon.
but one 9 Pounds
for we noticed a very large bump I i
for some pigs can be the field and hoed some field peas of it too, because! it was broken ;ij K. Watterson UF
that simple, j i j I attended! the
I on his very small head, but it has I
very stubborn, Until they get a I', and butterbeans. And the air since down. But he rather I, off at the threads, with no chance (( funeral of his brother J. D Watterson. For 40c !
gone or
bushel basket over 'their heads) :I was so cool that it really felt to get the broken part out. Got it., in Grover, N. C. on Saturday -
j I she, has a nickname now. It i is'I FREE Bleach If Desired
SATURDAY JULY
and took them off to the Farmers.I I fine being able to work without I Knothead, and to appreciate theI fixed after about three hours of 1 -- 5

and Livestock Marketat :perspiring BO much. We are going work, then discovered that Fin j I Temple Ate. Stalk
Produce
Mrs. Marklee Norman
I I !
name you would have to see little | was a ]
There were very to dust these peas to keep the negan needed some attention, sc j'
Gainesville i 'I II Knothead: fighting the other pigs. patient last week in St. Luke'.6 SATURDAY -. JULY 12
few animals there and we were pod weavils out as our last patch'I all in all. it was a nice quiet Hospital, Jacksonville.The .

afraid that they wouldn't get a of peas did not sell at all because Sunday '''"no'", Almost! .
Comfort has be'' Daily Vacation Bible School
badl '. promised to :, We Will SATURDAY JULY 19Hear
had alUrn- were "stung" so I'I --
but no they
good sale, we climaxed its
two weeks
a .' I good l and! not roam around the session; Your Clothes
I' County any more, so we took'' Recent BirthCpl. with a picnic at Gold Head Branch Dry
i
.. J We're giving our rod hens plen-,] the yoke off ;ter. Up to now Comfort I' i i State Park on Friday. Friday' For 20c
ity of attention these days as we I II and Mrs. Carl Fillyaw announce :j evening. Commencement exer- orDUCKY'Sh
I has been f
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S tc "a good cow, a pro ID New Anti'maUDrier*1
doing everything we can I birth of Carl l were held at the
i I are per cow, but one of the roving the a son, I jciscs Baptist
moult-
speed them through their Alice kind" but we're giving her a | Ray, on June 19 in the Jacksonville Church. !

JUST ONE ing period. For one thing not I chance to be more matronly and': Naval Air Station hospital." Mrs. Bettv May entertained her .

has discovered that they are settle down. Mrs. Fillyaw is the former Alice Training Union Primary class"

FRIGIDAIREMade getting enough water, so we are S t Lappe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, with a swim party and punic at The Washeteria

I taking steps to remedy that. We I'I'I I We Lapp /,1,i Starke.: Hampton Lake On'e 1ri\ -v, ii r II ( .M.I ST. >: \lthK.. II \.
only by General mash in front ],, thought that Daisy wa.-s I I
are keeping laying last w t k Mi- :St !1\'.,[ V:, .
bred, (artificially! but .he let -
Motors Corp. All other of them all the time, even though i iI I II I know uI > ..I' very plainly (on a \
Sunl.IY'when
Electric
Refrigerators:.! are the young ladies are laying very' -

made by other companies I I few eggs. The !sooner they get [ about we couldn't do anything HOW CAN I GET (- ',: :> ';---o>.:,- :_ : :::,./ -;- ._ -- ..;:: -:..'-,,-, ::,_ ; _:-.;:; :;: _.:"- :- _;.' :-'.. :::; : :: :<.<-- <::-_-' : :- .=' .=: ',-A._ :. 4'f"r": -'<,. ""
it) that she was not s.
and cannot use the word :i over their moult, the sooner they Pi"
we have to wait now and get Vi i L
Frigidaire. will be paying their way again.
inseminated again. MOST POWER
.I And we'd like that! i BRING THE FAMILY'ED

)Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE I j Noticed that some gold-colored Been feeding our cows fre:hh' I, FROM LEAST GAS ?

I cut corn stalks for roughage and
? ? i bugs were giving some of our I I
wondered at the time just how NOTED FORD TV .
eggplant: plants a fit, so we gavei I ,
THEN SEE good they were as a feed. Have AND A
I them a good dusting with 5 percent PROGRAM ,;: !;
i
the looked it up and discovered that t
DDT and that fixed COMMENTATOR
E. H. SMITHTenth j gold-colored bugs' wagons, but i two pounds of corn stalks an J
I !equal to one pound of good timothy DR. ROY K.

and Terrple Are. good. S hay so we think that the MARSHALLSAYS. \v 1 fJ

We have hopes that the hund i stalks are pretty good feed. Then H SAFE FOURTH

Starke, Fla. I red Pan American tomato plants! I too the cows get some ubbll1I -"

field I that are good feed. YOUR
.A. han in the 'dge-grass mCHECK


1 hutch' is getting some size 'ur. I U CARBURETORBECAUSE j

him now and we are maklnI'I.ns i
GENERATORS & STARTERS AT
to butcher him pretty -.1.11 FIRST.
.
Weill! lock him up at night and! .
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'Y
ft t-d him rather hoathoiivh! ) r'fy ,

Repaired Rebuilt ExchangedVOLTAGE before we have him .1 lo int>' only the r'g/1': / fixture of gas end C" ,-\t.-,"'">.'-.j
',
steaks air in ,our carburetor will give ".: 1j.: ..
HEGL'LATOHS CHECKED .
you top engine performance

Some of our 1 l\nd.I '- :s-n: .,1 ul'\ and maximum gas mileage." Els r ,
in weeds, and ,,'nI': > >' u beer. toy 6, 'r 5.rr p .J P 0 1' t 1 3 c tl .
.
c
AT .. 5,5 Mr J
cut up preparatory: '.<" ;>I ltiitmgTo ; 8J Afq

tell tit truth! w. "i.rk! ''hatin '

STARKE GENERATORAND : these days: .it >" ",_ 1}h"t t a complete >>

i I un the soil th'it ,.'. < u.th! carburetor inspectionis r j)
'
I'
some vegetation '.-, i' b't-r! h 1 i

STARTER WORKS I off than! the bal": '. i' ,; r e .- 'J included in our"FORD

must ju-t ab,,i:/ \ ,, .1 i:n

humus >ir oi :..r! in i
:210 Walnut St. 'rormerlvmlerson1- (garage; ) ; "

PHONE: :22* STAKKE. FLA. soil.
tVe
Ed Hunt II. I). Roger
,
\ re.ul r.ut ':_ n ','

dreadful! a> cat\' : '" 1.1;;; 1)j )

ed to farm ., ', ; ,'
.1 : "N I

that the i u !n" i '.c- > a -' WATION'I
,
tii vet ..0:1.,1<}' ,'' all !

.
!1"1t'hl fed! ; '.11 : it. '

,d!.i. %\hit h ,.,d; 'u''" ;V, led! :' .
Check carburetor and fuel
"I t.er: The po.r.t .if !t'! <:ory \t.-

CHARACTER '(i.n it was not '.\.v to ".:ave f, : system 7 }Miles from \tarkc'n li'mutinctimid l )

,: Inspect cooling system
l.r-ix. insecticide\ p ': = -is, e-

..: the same -h. ,1 t ','. rn-ie, f.-e.S! Adjust fan and generator belts
and \\ c.1;] know standards of er\k'j_> Lubricate chassis completely SWIMMING' FISHING BOATING DANCING
'
or- kept. The s' >rv.: ule seem _
have fern earned and maintained by -* Change engine oil
\M> so we have :> .i\.i 1 all mnf

longeurs of faithful attention in : .aN that could b<> 1,1 i-mful t. Check condition of brakes
Inspect tires and BOWLING BILLIARDS
steering
"utt.trick out of our i -d hid -
<
Sen! i]!>r tconomically in this vicinity. system
\\e still remember the time"f

.ihnost put some insecticide ,IH< + Rood test tarONLY

pig and sow meal, thinking i it SPACIOUS PICNIC GROUNDS

DeWITT 'j was B-12.
C. JONES i .
*
Phone 7 Starke Fla. 4.25
,
Sam
was working in the fieldone i

late afternoon when a big: Tins year the nine irill! slay close to homt for tin
fl-fls black snake slithered into.ie: WE USE GENUINE FOlD PARTS 1

f Funeral Director Ambulance Service ."I j jOur row only a few feet ahead of him .IICHT! fOR TOUR FOtDI
Fourth and frolic. Then
Sam was just about thinking he long weekend to plenty

local funeral home enables nj to offer conveniences anA : I had gotten over his neryousueabout > v. f

t services not otherwise available. I snakes, when something ANDREWS MOTOR t at Kingsley each for the entire family So ichy

swooped down close to hip head

I : I and let out a scream. Sam almost .
We furnish the hlghes''i' at lowest price, and jumped out of his britches until COMPANY t orer-tax the highways ?

accept A' life insurance policy In force, issaed by ANY he saw tliat it was a night hawk.

company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. -
PHONE
US STARKE. FLA

l' Consultation carries no obligation. Scarey's two. kittens now have i I _. .. __ -,' : -. ,. .
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names. The black one is Licoric/

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BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRAPII. 8TAREE.: FLORID* PACE SE\TLN

FRIDAY, JULY: t, 195J - -- -- _

'- spent Friday and Saturday last ,j '''!,,:- \ \I.. \ .
trnoux T ,
r. A ,'-k with Owen's parents, the H. ." -

ARBmn js ) rnI |I :M MoRaes. Mrs. Robert Myrick

.In i tughter.1 Kathy, was a's-:
'} BY CLINT BONN R tii.
s.tur here from Lake Geneva


'I '" ')\ --' o B ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER: AND

:i r a \onrr. or INTINTIO\ [\. STORAGE (0
IU:<.I"IIK Fimiiofv :NAMI:

Christian Church Faith looks Up to [nee n.l-i-itftinl.,:.Soiif IM h..r..h't'n undrr the' |'that rnM"i"'h-n-. ",- ---- ; --- ..fV operate local
y
Methodist Church "i I'hapirr! 'an.t! Las nf Klur'il' \ ....._:._ : .t Ion 5 distance
with 'turi. '
1. t of I'd! tt ill register
of The Fut Church extend; a welcome : \."ik of the Circuit Court in and r R..RALVlREZ fc'SCi {t. anywherfl t'. S.
The First' Methodist Churc'i 'A bank clerk and a shoe clerk stop for a chat f .r rditfrrt| CounU Slatf of 1-1"r-:
to attend all their .. .t -
tc to all I I il:t. upon' r..reipt of proof of 1'11101-!: J MOVING "
invites
Starke cordially F\
you CELLEMMO :
services. i 4. twt BUS topped U front of i Itore in Boitoa. the etmt. He waited the bioliterul. etudcni to .rite i .it n> i of this aunts. the futitio'I'' "' ,., .
attend services of worship on worship j II | One wn Lowell .luoa, near middle age and jut back tome ..ner k. could let to miac: for hu book. nitiuof T.,-llena Motel unitwhnh -' > tacit .t ftMa
6. Church School] Bible school begins at 10 a.mwitt from Savannah, Ga., where for It yean h* hid beenchoir I am engulfed in !"!"'nt-s I I' RACK:
Sunday, July all Plan tf'1| For 10 yean Ray Palmer had buried the cm die al S '.1I1 North of St.,, ,?. I'I: I. .Vtthonv -
classes for ages. a director and bank clerk. The other was 24- ;!lit;
:..... / .
begins at 9:45: a.m.1th a Sunday :I both enda and a c. had wondered if he could ga t' ('.rnnnar. .ii .j l-oft- .
I family j year-old& Kay Palmer, recent dry gooda clerk andgraduate \
entire
'
with the ( IUTIF4Aten1s
!'be pre-ent on. While teaching and itudying for the minmry he I Vimenaro, own.- I II'' 1 1'"x '. t
School Classl' for I
every age of Yale. Three later Mason war to be
at 11 a | yean st trke. Fla I'.ittii til''h '11of \
worship begins almost I One night at hu hoiie :
Morning warded the fine degree of Doctor of Music gare up. boarding he ._ ... .
<'
group. coaf.rreiwrore .I 1I III' I\: at I. k I I' a.If"IJ i I
with the Lords Supper being !j a poem jour to read when h* felt I down end out '
Morning worship begins at 11 m. by en America college and was to go down ia hmorys "UlllY, Florida
served at 11:15: a.m. Morning):i perhapt th. greiteit of all hymn-tun. compoiert. Vhen Macon asked Palmer to write eonvething for Ii'H 1 li
o'clock. The Rev. Thomas G will be brought at 11:30: ( j i That urn year, 11)5, Palmer wai to b. ordained hu hymnal, the youth ihowed him the nr... he had For "ee us first.JDEL'HER

Mitchell will!! preach on the sub :' message fail to hear this timely mini atar in th. Congregational Church and pubLihtereral carried ia hu pocket for two yeiri. The compote

ject. "We Bflieve. in Man." the 'a.m. Don't ( volume of verse, borrowed a piece of paper and copied the poem. H. In irnilt unrl.. nrmdfard ('ooni 1 IV'\rnan. BIO
1 message. "What Time Is It Ir I Lowell Mawa was one of the busiest men ia Baton laid "Mr. Palmer, you may do many good thinji but rlorldl In t'ba.rery. BROS. ....
fifth in series of sermons on
a :S" I wi I 1"1'', I-a".to'vt'n!'. 1.
H directing three chain, the will remember
Bradford County? | .u hounding Board of posterity you at the author of "My
I'l.iintiff 1-:1'1": Thomas l' "l' \ -
"The Basic Beliefs of Methodism Evening services begin at 7 p ] Education to put a court ef music in the city n.hooi! Faith took Up to Thee'," That night! in 1g3: LI..ellud n-, fenilant\s

Guest soloist at the Sunday Endeavor j jI compiling material for hn "Spiritual Songi for Mama Kt to music Dr. Ray Palmer' first and {rtattftLfmni r".,..... ..... 'in;
Morning Church service will be 1 m. with Christian I II Social. Worskip.: That'i why he had topped Palmer oa =- Order Of .'.ubUcaUo.hd >.tirr Toiiran -- --- -- --
I Evangelistic services will\ bebrought .\| "tal. Of FUrMa T.tI
Miss Anita Prather, granddaughter I Kl-i Thomas Casstevens! wh.,>f'
at o'clock. MY FAITH LOOKS UP TO THEE
Sauls. n."id..nl' is 1It'lId..r""n X C and
of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. -- J'M.ib ,
I bolt Ttee ,', those address :is, r u I ox S"'), II I'
to WillI dark
are cordially Prayer meeting Wednesday u> "f mate I tread,
Sunday evening '
you I II.I ult rxitn X I- I Ij
at 8 o'clock bring Thiii Lamb of Cat airy', And iriefi around me dread, i Can We Affordto
invited to attend the Gospel evening ; jour j Y"lI artitinr|' "1 :\1\1'\1' lri
Saiiour divine It Tore my gads; .hilJ:' I"1 n i'. n ., M,riii\
song service which begins at 2p Bibles. Our .study will be the New tear mi titnU I pray, Bid Jarknen turn to J",. < '..,:, ,I' I ,,... n' its

.m. Special music will be fur First chapter of Galatians. Tale all my guilt aujy, V p ..orr.u.11'11,., Keep Quiet ? '.
risked by the Youth Choir and Homer Svvindall. Minister O let me from tbit diy Nor let ",,'tier shay ., r'
Si holly! Thine! from nil aiiJe ':.- : .
}Ir. Mitchell will preach on the "1 .
,
subject. "We Believe in Salvation' Theressa ChristianWe May( Tby rich grace ImpartStrtnttb Wh,. ,.J, Ii!,', transient Irian, 1 I I r.' -.....#.-) .\. ,-.

From Sin.: t3 my funtinf lead, Wh. JtJtb'i cold, tulle .t.,1. I Those who seek t to undermineand| destroy -
*lad one of the largesti My zeal inspire; Shall O'IT mt rolln't : ; I ,
At Thou hist dud for me, it SJttour, then in lOll, lllJlWl'ly" i iI our Capitalistic \systein, ."and the
Baptist Church"Bread i crowds present last! week for hc O may m) toil to The f.-Jr and distrust r.'''0' .'; I 1 I II. II American of life are'everywhere\ ar.j
I way
:, Thursday evening service' Visitors Pure, warm axd ciian elm It, 0 bear me safe a'oe: I "

of Life" will he the are always welcome nn'1: '' A tni"s fire! ..Sti'a5 _..._ A ransomed loft.*: .-. I irj every walk of life.'sovang,seeds'

sermon: topic bv Rev. Lewis D.Haines .' therp will be friends to greet '. .ii'1 .. I.' .,I -. \; .( .... I (tot doubt and discontent. *. .-: V.' ;|

,! .'i.1 : :-" .
frier
Come and bring your denjoy tr 4
of the First :
pastor Baptist I II
. Church of Starke this Sun. this wonderful fellow ;h If ? :- 'rt\ .h ', I "rn ,..:;. I 9GlE,1M THeiefore.it behooves us as good Amer
: "
day morning at eleven o'clock and Gospel messages 4 REST icons to speak up for fa: JAA.g&we.etie Yare ,

The ordinance of the Lord's Supper Homer Swind ill. MII.I-I I. ;;; {") /- RottS"liuI'd right and against. t those. we believe
.. '- \,). u l "
:
will be observed during the T c- 2.0. are wrong. ,/ f

morning hour of worship when At The TabernacleThe i .' =:: 73-T-> ."-' ... ; I; --"'",
< .: .
: All of must dedicate ourselves the
the Church Choir will sing ap- : us to
r
of the Tabernai: DS'rc"'I'e! J y 1:11.: '-sted Fea' reh A w ir AlaI -A- of '
propreate muMc. Mrs. Julia Jordan sponrs _:__ _, causa good Am .ri ism-.in.jhought.
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will be organist. Mr. and Mrs J. T. Quigley w-'r* I I word and deed. '

welcomed back to the j (; better re.\\ord
Sunday evening the evangelis- servicesI I {I 1.1.. 1.,..: I I. i ; I i..t.i i.1't;i :: th"I I I Uu--: n ,1 \1' i \ll" V E .' ,
tie "' evening, after a brief Church of God \ + 1 -ft.
Tuesday
message )ead or Alive" will |I \e,'knd .i'' home Th"l nt ,m that siRn i -.
be brought by the The vacation in Hendersonville, N C. Ii i I I ;
pastor. ,IChapf'l i Starke 8th JL Sure glad to see Kayo Paulk at Mrs. U r. Coniu i' and daughter
St. Clair Ms. The Time to Speak Is NOW. Silence on Our
: nfne- t
I I I
Choir will bring the spo- ttev. Cecil Underwood of pa. II BTU Sunday night. We welcome Yvonne, Mrs Irene Boan am 1 Xo matter how you look at it ,
vial music and I Part Can Only Be Interpreted as Tacit Agreement
gospel hymns and latka. filled the Tabernacle Pulpit Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning I all the young and old folks to our Mrs. H. II. Lewis v ere visitorto w.- offer the most frit'lull.and. :

choruses will feature the singingof I I i Sunday.. both morning and evenmg. I Worship 11 a.m. Evening church services anytime. Palatka last Friday. atlrntixp vrviciin town. with Our Enemies!

the congregation during the He brought two splendid Service 7:30: YPE Service Mr. P. ,.
I I p.m. I Thank heavens July came in :I'' and Mrs. II and A. C.
Happy Hour that begins at eight. messages during the day concerning 1 Tuesday 7:30: pm. Prayer Meeting bit cooler than June went out. Fouts of Lakeland and Mr s TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLBBY

Sunday School meets at 9:45: '|I Salvation and our beha-iour I,, 7:30: pm. I The shower were wonderful. The Alice Crosby cf Tampa were r<'. Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties

with Mr. Orie Wiggins genera! toward God. Mr Underwoodwas I Lautry: heat seems unbearable but I cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs I 1 / I

superintendent in charge of the assisted in the services bv School 10 I ,
Sunday a.m. Morning guess it's because we haven't had H. Lewis aNo visited their
school. Training? l'nions gatherat his son, Cecil Jr. who conducted Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo I Jacksonville. Mrs. A. L. erk 1I 1
I I such a summer in year' in 'I'i'' Sales/ & ServiceIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA tNS17 I I Ip ,
6:45: with Mr J. T. Lawsin the song services at both meet ing Thursday, 7:30: pm. I Mr and Mi-. Claude Woods of son who has been ill for sever, BANK STARKE
; FLORIDA at
director of the various Unions. I ings. I Jacksonville\ wereisiting his weeks. >AAAAJKaiscr saves I

Midweek services: will be held They contributed several trombone St. Edward's CatholicRev. brother-in-law and sister H B I Mr II II. Lewis spent Thur s:; Frazer HenryJDEALEKSIIir

Wednesday 8:00: p.m. with the :, and cornet duets. These instruments I and Benin.' Kelly Satuidav day night with Mr. and Mr.'. W J.rMMM 1 !l j rforuialattonal I (J I
ffii'motr roe I
pastor In charge and bringingthe were augmented during Richard Lyons pastor. : I Bishop Thomas at Brooker. '
: Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. Temple\"e. Ph:12: 'MeMbE* i i
message of the evening.A I the congregational singing. YYYTTYYTTTYTYYYYYYYYYYTtPINE :Mrs 0V. McRae of Jacksoi 1. I I
'1 and I Weekly! Mass: at S: a. m. I and Gar I _'
violin pianos. .w.
cordial invitation (is extended by tulle and flllS, Harley
I Confessions Saturday 7.30: to I
and a friendly welcome will be' The time is drawing near for I LEVELBy \
! 8:30' : PM.Children's.
recieved by all who take time tci I I the arrival of the Gospel Team I Catechism Classes

worship at the service of the from Southeastern Bible School '
Wednesday 4:00: P.M Mrs II. M. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI
First Baptist Church of Starke Birmingham. Ala. Several group i

from this School have already appeared '
i at the- Tabernacle and tht'l i I Church of Christ I
Our pastor Rev W E Hall La*
I coming of the current Quartetteon I Comer 10th and McMahon \
Presbyterian Church filled :cis regular appointment at __
July 15 is' eagerly anticipated Bible School-10 A. M. 1 the Pine Level Baptist Church 1

Sunday School at 9:43.: :: Preaching--11 A. M and 7:30'
Sunday morning with a good attendance -
Friendship Class 10. a.m. P. M.
neAlton Dobbs'brought BIGGER
Morning service conducted at Mark's Prayer Meeting and Bible I
St. EpiscopalServices I Study the message at the evening BIGGER /
11 am. by Rev 1.\ Shepherd, II II I i i i each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. -
of State Farm. at the St. Maik'Fj: Everyone welcome.UOODLAU.N I because the 52
Mr and Mrs Bishop Thomas i you lie its sue
t'.ie'' You can fell it't a bIg car when
Episcopal Church during and Ronev son of Mr. and Mrs. : Ford is actually a bigger car! Wheelbase -
(
week include: Litany and Intercessions | :111SION.1I:1'll.tl'TIT : you drive it, for beneath Ford'sbrawny
Woodrow Thomas who has beenill
BIGGER
i is longer, front tread is wider
1 tonight ( Friday) at 7:30 I unum. for some time and Mrs beauty, there ;greater
I( and its modern-design body is
conducted by Rev. Fred Yetkes; \ strength. Naw Ford bodies are
Groover Moore all of
ATTENTION Sermons Sunday 11 a.m. and 1 .' really six people big. You know it's a big car when you
Sunday school 9:43) a.m., J. 1I and solid. Chassis has
T'I I were visiting Mr and Mr- \V. C sound aniore
I
:30
School 10
Celebration p.m. Sunday a.m. step on the gas1' New 10>-h p.
Stewart. superintendent; '
Conner Sunday rugged K.bar fa.ne.
Song and Praise service Wednesday
If You Have of Holy Communion and Ser- I 7:30 i Mr andIrs.. Paul Faulknetand hijh-compression Mileage Maker
:
tron 11 a.m. Rev. Arthur L. p.m. Six orthel lO-h.p. high- ompressioiSbo
Mrs Lucian Conner
Mr. and
The church will I
the Lord'2supper
PINE OR CYPRESS i serve
Fenderson.The I next Sunday night. 7-30: ', were visiting Mr. and Mrs < -orV-8 give you"go"to rival

TIMBER TO SELL Vacation Bible School end p. m. I|I.Woodrow Thomas Sunday afternoon the highest-priced cars. Automatic

ed yesterday with it's last meet I ITeA.. G. Flynn. pastor Power Pilot sees to gas-savings.

Large or Small Tracts ing 9 a.m. : R M Crosby spent part of last

I 1 i, week ai( Sylvania. Ga. with .1 FonII1law I [0.7i ( .
i .mmmnmrrm.rrrBAYESS
All ;&-
IKe Buy rEXTECOXTAL. HOI.IXESS > and daughter Mr. '

i rumen : and :Mrs Loran Conner. He wa i
PAY TOP PRICESWrite HIWAY\ .
act onip.mifd home by Mrs. Conner
Sunday School 10 a.m. and daughter. Peggy whcspent i ..... 4M
A Morning Service 11 s.m. ti -
BY Mri. O. E.
CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the weekend with him. _
Evening Service 7:30:: p.m.
or Call :Mi and Mrs. Henry Hodge niBionkei !
Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj
were visiting the Tf M I Ildta's
I :Ight: ,'U p.m. Sat:.riJ.Y nigh' young: IVoplr's I'.Irtie s :\ Sunday aftern'-

T:t..j l..m.t'llt'l MiB t .
B1THOMASLUMBER 'veilv JD Cio-bv entertained
,,'
:Mr and Mrs Tom Gonzalez
I with, for the
a pai \ young r
:Cl01'.I1'! : CJlla T Starlw: and Tonv s father andsister !
people of this an'1 r. and MrsLtunn ,
CO. (}I' I.ATTKK IJ.\\" U.Vl.x :M.Niii\ :' in i lanz.Uez; ofTan.p :
dinner !
fiitfrtasned w.th;
t \\ .'f" :Siir.'l.iN evenitii.,1ni .
PHONE 211 JP. : tHIlnic Temple Call Street. i youth rally and social for about \ 1 t ,.a.eelsI
t I "I:1': H :M M.
I' 1o'1'! :: ; t
0. Box 735 I 'Ir.'iaSchool every Sunday i( 40 young folks of i the Pine 1.\1'1! ,

I STARKE, FLA. 'lining: 10 a m. Sari aim"t' Serv- I Church Friday night ------------------------

I .>.- 6 "?,1 I P "i, .\ cordial invitation, tork !Showrr.Mis 4 -

"teui.-d to all : Es,it- Crosby! and ill.' Television Tips d

\V.mdi: : Crosby were ho.stes.iat: ,

i stork shower at the h"me' u11" .' -
\ (rro-bv Saturday Might (10" BJ Ford's the
FIRST --C. H.'s' -.r. -I
B APT'I.ST1..C..H..U.R Starje orI*."; Mis Jimmy Crosby.1huu': CHARLESv
> \l.uli.\ were present and env II>\ '

-- ,,-- ,, cal playing low cited
is the
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Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor At the end of the evennj! ; Mi\ ., - BIGGES

Jefferson &: Court Streets In The Heart Of Town ('roshdrew a ribbon and pulioi! ) v mitt ?' that brings jou new, easieractingPowerPivot

box whichva Clutch and Hrake Pedals.
nut the surprise i
PHONES ___
Office 234:
: I'astorium 130:
jjjj_-- -, I" : lovely bassinet filled with usetu1 Ford's the in its field field I
only car to bring j the I !
Morning Services-"Bread of Life"Fening 1 gifts. SIN HO N5 TOOT package In ow-price

: Service "Dead or Ali\! e" The hostesses were asted: !li\ you new con\enient Center-Fill Fueling.

"ulutsoetrr ,e do, do all to the glory of God"I Miss Mary Alyce and Beverly J- THE LOUDEST Ford's the only low-priced car with a

Corinthian10:31: Crosby and Louise Norman I'm.l With all I its big-
__ 'J ,_ ... _.1.N refreshments consisted of open i curved one-piece windshield, a car-wide il in the low-pnc Reid! And with new lower center of gravity, n.*/

SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 .\ M., S:00 P..U: fared sandwiches, cookies. pot iti rear window, Full-Circle Visibility. And, diagonally mounted l rear shock obiorUrt, and new foiloisd4oord's -

Sunday School 9 : 15 .\. I.-Training Unions 6:15; P.M. chips Little and cokes. : the only car in the 1 low-price field weight front ,tpnngj.. Ford'i exclusive Automatic Rid Control bring
JudyHaislop enjoyed a
MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:45 P.M. '
choice of V b'J A "T. Drive"will' convince you the 32 Ford
8
w'n'ek'al'ation with her uncle to give you a power- or you a "

VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR tnd aii'it Mr and Mrs CldU'l Six, a choice of drives Fordomatic, is the big-car buy of the low-price" field.

Monrer Mr and Mr". Fr.'d Ha.-

l 1"1' ind Mi t and Mrs \\'. R HaL Overdrive or Conventional. r

.' ;p VMted: with Mr and Mrs
1 1r F.D A.P.
M" ie-: :(rem" Thursdayuntil Sun

Sl'\n.\Y. S P.M.: HEAR[ li\: .r.d then! brought Judy homeS

I THE: \STOR TEII WH VT IS sw Mi and Mrs Pete Dukt

eat L.ik.' Butler Sunday aitemoor I / -
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"The Difference Between visiting Mr and Mrs J R. Kelly In \ 'rJ emFordo..al"
V le ..
Pete! recentlyreturned 1 from oveiI ; + ,

Religion and Christianity"Which I sea< "("'\1 like to toot about our O''eI' "., .Ma l'eI.an ran and'Y. y W g-l't

i Mrs Ellen Barbar of Jackson l.uviir; . it's P\I1nltin] ; tea 'on. :o.os A seye 'p'poi o. P.'o :71' fq rp'Ka I
,
IeeybSw
I' ;B. n rc 'D : rye 'ner. a
do you ha\e What does the Bible say? I, rule Mrs JV.. Knight and children daily"

Come and See! of Lake City and Mrs Eu

i i gene Ellis of Lake Butler wer,e

First Baptist Church, Hampton I visiting Mr and Mrs F. M Not Chas. C. Shepherd

BOB GRAY; Pastor man Saturday. MOTOR COo

Sorry to hear that Uncl J-)h n':: Guaranteed ANDREWS
Bible School 10 A.M. K.T.U. 7; P.M.
Kelly is quite sick at this riunj

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GOSPEL PREACHING under the observation of a sp: i Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE,

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Heilbronn Club i 'The Golden Horde' I Slade Gas Takes TTTTTTTTTTTTTi yyyYYVV :New RiverV.. M. U. Lions Plan ProgramOf i .-il in th- ..ffi., e ,.f -'j] ---------- -

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SOCIETY) : Hold "i!. .\. .. ,
Plays Sun. Mon. Quarterly f Julvtli. '
RallyThe Sight Conservation .
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Wins Top Prize Lead In Softball t .ill I!< jiat..p ,II11
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Park TheatreThe \\ >"I..n ;. -.1 i .
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Glad ly<. :\llHt4. F..JitorAAAA.AAAAA New Rl\ .-1' Association I; Th,. StuktUu'n- Club ,iei'iilei' This ni'tu-e "s-hail, tie p .., < 'pA
Sla.dc Gas Co bounded back irtuthe once each we"--k for four "
At Zinnia ShowOnce A AAAA A A AAAAAAA. Baptist VMUui! hold their o r .
I mighty army of GenghisKhan lead in the Bradford County to fl'tletheir efforts on sight weeks in the Bradford County T-: La STARKE FLA

heroic Softball League last week -dg- Miss quarterly rally at Bayless High I i conservation a principle goal for graph.ltt.iI. t
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a year the Bradford County is thrown against by Dorothy Johns way Baptist Church Wednesday tin.19th dIY ..f .I'! .' ; .
Courthouse "blossoms out"with band of English knights in the ing cellar-dwelling Raifoid. 7-6. in on all Lions Clubs. at their weekly (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Fri.. Sat.-Jul4
Honored At ShowerMiss July 9. beginning at 10:15: : ni 11t. Clerk of the Circuit! I Court
colorful prize zinnias and action-packed 13th century drama. a close contest. Camp Blanding a.m. and meeting Wednesday ry :\Iynle T. Pear Ivpu'1( ('!t. IU(; nOl m.K l-KXM I I UK
closing 3
evicted Alvarez from the at p.m. A Coach James Hobbs of BHS i? ,
"The Golden Horde. playing at. top spot j ; p 7 i
last Friday was no exception. The Johns whose marriage -
Dorothy from So
missionary China will be the We Hail
Park Theatre Sunday and' by eking out an 8-6 victory in the I I in charge of the Lions' program Proudly
the :orirn
annual Zinnia-Flower show took TOPI'r.R
to Edward Hicks will be an guest speaker. .
Monday.The i tights game. The Lions work with the County In Clrrult ('.lIr' Ilradford <'..u.tt. ('lau.I..t h' ('ollMTt. I' AUIo '
place sponsored by the Home event of July 20. was the inspira-i! PUrlitas In .
clash in astruggle Slade Ga.;; now holds a 3-1 recordto As this is a Young p )plt>'? Chnnrery.Claire (..iixltlanl.rnmira I IjtAnd ,.--
Demonstration County Council. two factions : Welfare Board and the schoolrto Elizabeth tllmf..11!! I" 'of,
tion miscellaneous
for foe city of Samar Alvarez's 2-1 win-loss record. for a lovely Rally. all Missionary women are: l\'" Willian. .\. Sttiiiitt.il i II..'. ". .
Miss Dorothy Ross home dem and I Blanding won its first game of shower given Friday evening invited to come and bring their j furnish glasses and eye examinations S" .- I ; -
kand city to Persia: X.C'r To .
onstration aid that the gateway Appear.To.
agent the second half last week to gaina June 20. at the home of Mrs. children and I for the county's underprivileged
ruler-Princess Shal- i young people to enjoy : William, St.!!if, .:: ', _... DESPERADOESKaiiil
Heilbronn club won the show'Fgrand its beautiful 1-1 record and Raiford was :, Harry Lappe. Hostesses for the : the inspiring program. and school children whr rt'Mdt-n. i I.'. t":; > .ti'li i t '. i.
of imar. The princess is played by '' Str.ft t1raiiiz- ::0.\ .1. .
prize $5 for having the s 4
lower into \\ith' affair Mrs. Mrs. : .
dropped the cellar were Lappe. You l .., .
.It. lilt-mi I.
and her suitors are could not otherwise afford suet! art- It..r'hn..l.fl.'d, t1"' ,' i | 's
Ann Blyth.
most individual ribbon winners. its 0-3 mark. Spencer Crew and Mrs.!' Emily suit ("r l>uor. .> l\.Is b.vn f... oJ! Nl .... ,
star making -! H .n.!! A ( ut I
Last year Heildronn tied with David Farrar. a British Last night Raiford went Denmark. care. ag.un.st.u in the .it>o\e iijin. I
against
movie. \V. S. C. S. Elects Court and; oau-"' mil) you arc required -
first Hollywood
his ,
Brooker for the first .
prize. i Alvarez and Slade Gas met :
to serve a of
j An attractive color motif of rsy \ ur an .-.lulv h
The various classifications and Henry Brandon. and Howard ,. .. .. wer or pleading t.. the mpl.tit"
: Blanding. Next Thursday the twopresent Year's 'Officers In rireiiit 4 urt.. llr.Jf rd nmmtjr- .
pink and blue was earned out ''n th IM.iintitf, \tI"III"\'. RaxSrln. GOlDE' I
their prize winners were: Single Petrie. !' league leaders Slade Gas r'li.riiln; In thasriry.Starv HORDE
., : in tie arrangments of carnations :M..I.-an.. I'lamtifl, \ ... $ I.1.-H I'.uilili e l >.ixt..inFVat
specimens small flowers-Mrs. Farrar plays the part of Sir. and Alvarez will clash head on in and Circle 4 of the Methodist U'S. Jani' ,. O.u :M. I.f.m.% l 1"'nl.n! '!.. I-'I.-r.i.! .. arId f.!. th. ..: 'IC .
hydrangeas placed on reflec- il ''Ih.I.ft .
] of th.'l.
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Freda Norman first; Mrs. Lucia Gay. leader of the crusadingknights the opener starting at 7:30 p.m. tors. The lace refreshment table C. S. met Thursday evening. June Ill 1'iiltlienliwa %5.t--issi: Vwlirr:X. -i22Order :To!: ,'ir. nit Ci.int ..n ,.r l t.. t.tif th.. JIM -1 tt 'let'h flitdot

Thomas second; and Mrs. Loir who is fighting to save I Elanding and Raifortl. will meet in 26. at the home of Mrs. T. G. i tpiiear: Slats Of I'lorl.Ia T .: ila>. of.. lulx. I .: ..,rh.. \\1'". ".. ..1I. \iiit itt th l.i\M t .- 'iVI
? was also centered with carnations ... .. I.- 'I'' "- .t s It I' ;'. .'II 1, .
Cox. third; large flfower-Mrs. Samarkand for the princess. an< the nightcap. Mitchell. Jam.t' .U' lld..an.h. u i >-i-I t.tk'n. -----------t; I \ '''I I. N ,.,i \ t a .1...

first Mrs. T. J. the princess for himself. and hydrangea Pouring 'd..n.- ,.I'nkiittwnYou : Thin 'I .'.' -11.I''! P ild! ,' ,! '--- -
Tullie Norman. ; .ii r..JIII..1 I. 1'lh'.II'i .n .
Mrs Alice Clapper was taken | '.. ,' .... .
punch were Mrs. Spencer Crews.Jr. onit !h u. .1 .r 'c"II, i'nt '\ '
Mis Rosa Brandon. Genghis Khan's son July l' llt'.J! : tn thf ah..x. II..I.I! Tut'I I ul\ N-0'\ !
Alderman second; and First Methodist -'Kn.. .1.> I F:'
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If i 'ojun1'.1.I.griph I.-
the I !
and Mrs. Homer Svrtndall. into group as a new member. I'ourt and .rau. x\hert-iii lIt.! i 'n'-t !
Moore third. and Petrie. one of Khan's strongest ,..."a'. dixnr and -'-i .' ,,t
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Invited to call The new officerelected were: i I 1'\I t S. I f.l ,, ', ,
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unusual varieS warriors are fighting to .gair. Holds Annual Picnic during the eveS ''maiden name lti.ult..i: .1 s C.-NNIX, FROG MEN
Massed group. Norma (I' 'i"l"Is'T! I VI I I. SF': \ !. \.J Th ''i "
ning were 100 friends of the Thompson. rec. secy; I Telegraphhail |iulili-li th- u' .1.i i iI
Freda Norman, first; the princess for themselves. i I 41.'rh| or th'I I I i 1'1
ty--Mrs next r..llr.kh 1--11. -
The Church School of the First bride-to-be. Mabel \hitehead, Prog. chm.: in Wanes' hand ii'I ..ffi. .ial. Bv. MxrtT: D't, ..r 11"1"1'" I':. rtl' Ki< hard \\ ulnuirk. Ihui.i *
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second large enter the I i my ,
Shalimar "
Mrs. Tom Brown ; Princess
Methodist Church of Starke wil! Sara Caines. publicity: Lib New- i seal at Starke. Flurida. llu> .1'1' I,' ilrew
flower-Mrs. Tullie Norman. first; fray: and trys to use her exotic i I Itt: l.2'HiFFH'IAI.: ,
comb. chm. It votedas
: Mrs. J.V.. McRae. second; Miss charms to divide the eastern :I have its annual picnic on T.uirs-: : Starke Garden Club mem was ': SK.Xl.) A. .1 Th.-ma-. I..tte'.r ",'II .\ I .trl...

day afternoon, July 10, at Gold the project for the year. tc ,\,. Clerk i>f aitl '' .
Rosa Moore third; small flower- horde. but she finds that Sir Guy ; Hears items. I*,.. .Mxrtl.-.. |v-a\ei. I'tputx I. ;K
Talk take of
in 'aandy :' head State Park. it was announc- On Lilies care : nursey | Cha 'i: HeM40"i: t'.ujiri'i': 1 1. .' \\t'd..Thur.-.Iuh! l 4.
Mrs. Lois Cox. first. his knights come
and
j ed this week by the pastor. Rev. :'At The next meeting will be a picnic 'iltldK.: .la. .k-.nxilU\ Flt.ri.l. 1U( I 1)Ut'll.lEF.. \ nth.1
Potted plants--Mrs. T.V.. Mar- when the time comes to supplyarmed Monthly MeetingThe I Att> -. fm I'll' ii : : f ,
Thomas G. Mitchell. The at King-ley lake on Thursday.
j genera '
In 1 lie Cin-nil Court 0 I -1..1.1:0.
first: Mrs. Tullie Norman might for strategy.
key committee in charge of arrangement Starke July 31.Gilbert. Kiulilh Ju.llrlal ('lr.- .ll. I".1 THE LADY EVE
Garden Club
third. heldits
second; Miss Rosa Moore For llraiiruril 4oat> !. 1 bnn..p.
--Mrs. Bill Bigham served punch and home made !* is composed of L. D. ViningV. regular: monthly meeting June l-n F Hall. I'laintitt x- I II DEAD
Arrangements I Kirme It! :01' t lt.trtur "" I M I
cookies.' \ W. Caines. Jr. and A. D. 23 at M..II. rit f and Inll\.1
H. Wainwright 8pm. in the Court room Family .
first Mrs. l III"1 I I if.-. I 1' 'feitd.inlFiirei-
second Mrs. Fred Stump. third I Mrs. Lucile Colsen. home demo- I Martin. Recreation plans for the Mrs. R. F. Young president opened I.-in .'' LIVESTOCKFOR I I'.iii.t! I

; I stratton agent in Green Cove I i picnic are being worked out by the meeting. Minutes of thr Returns To ScreenAt OIUK: OK srii :.1 'I \V|>-|| FRef RfwCv *. -. 2.J .\nd.RETURN .
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Miscellaneous arrangement of the judging wa!? [ the Young Adult Sunday School! last L'vf'i'OCt' iI'honr I
i when t
Springs ; meeting wen read and Florida Theatre Xollft-I I i- h.\I t; II l
approved
Mrs. II OF THEFRONTIERSMAN
zinnias I
than 1
flowers other .. ,,
( 'h. 'I.! !
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demonstration Class \ ii til.- t ; .1 I .
completed gave a following roll (call Trea ( .i.r.\| lll i i II ( .11i'1|| I
O. L. Beasle '. first Mrs: Lucia i-;;'''!'eil on II I,. 'Mi I, 'I,t tA ..I. I I
) : on making arrangements with surer' report was re.id by Mi- 1 "'BelliOn( Their Toefia-. l II. I'-.J:: in' tl I. ii 'I,

Thomas Alderman, second third.; and Mrs. T. J. I' zinnias using different types III' Soil Conservation J. D. Doyle. turing thr l"\abe: Gilbreth familyof i:Mi-tt au-.'.l' I in Ii.- >ir'1 1".i.li.l .1.' i. -, .1 I I"" FLORIn IlrNDHIHIS: I: Inc. I (ninliiii Mat.K.I.: Inl: I II II'lti

: container She also ga\'" other Mrs. Young asked that t-ath "Cheaper By The Dozen" if .1 i I"'i -. .1.) :S I |II..e'.1) \"'o x .

. The judges were Mrs. Jessie concerning the Supervisor To BeEAfted :, member Flout I I'....j "I! 'i I.. ,I'" .
I hdpful suggestions write something on the i playing at the Florida Theatre ur. Ho u-.' in
Young president of the newly art of flower arranging. July 8 plants that she grows best and: Sunday and Monday.Mother il.iy. Aiijtu-t I .. ,I' I I. "

formed Garden Club and Mrs I' Mr[ Jessie Young exhibited twc give it at the next meeting. She hoiii ofal.I.. ..II.I .I. I ,
Gilbroth Myrna
Loy. .. .
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Mary Dally home economist for varieties of zinnias; the Pep '> ; suggested that member also l..l.l.' i .,
new ., "ipfi \1': fm the Bradford fares: tie problem of providingfor liiKli.--t
Clay Electric Cooperative.The Stick and the Persian land and |irmu-. i II i .- Chrome Dinettes 1
I perment of Soil Consei"\' titln District will be bring plants for exchange. her uproarious clan of 12 I 1'iadford C..IMIIX I I' I i .. \ :

show was open to the Carpet. Mrs. Bill Bigham. fleeted July Cfor\ a three-year Mrs. Young gave a report or plus the family cook and butler 1 Lots F \ s:5 11.1 \ I .. .

public all afternoon and the Heil I Brooker al-=o exhibited the Peppermint ,, term according to H. G. Clayton. the Garden Club President's meet Hoagy Carmichael. One of ht'r' of na..kitd.III''i.I, :,.., Fl I I'I'i..i.'d.. i .. t I. 'I! __ "_ : T I \II.E! : X FOl) l it{ t MHf I >

bronn Home Demonstration Club Stick Zinnia I i administration of the state SoilI ing in Gainesville.A problems is whether or not to remarry -' .hf ttet .ir t'loi' \\j.' i n I ---- I
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-i-nption Tin \\ sJ
I I Conse..alion Board. motion was made by Mrs and she i i" soon beset by a ...faid l-.lk:\\ I l' -. i..-. ,

:, The polling place will be the Doyle and seconded by Mr:. Quat. suitor. Edward Arnold. whci TuUII..hll' .,. :-'.. II., I I' ,IK- -
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Announcing New Family Hospital Policy County Agent's office in the Agricultural tlebaum. which asked individual i i seems ready to share her life in- Ka-t.ments. toK h..II't. tin i I I xx i, "11 II. '

Building (old county members to donate 25c for the | spite of her twelve children. ItcloiiKHiK '.i! in, ." i .

AH wrapped up In one I'kaefor: lOUt your wife and children Florida Gardener a [I''rlalllln l !;.
magazine .
jail\), and t'.ie polls will be open put I The children are in foe "grOWing lleorR.: T. Li- '
it pnnidei for: Hospital room and bart; :Miscellaneous t out monthly by the Florida Federation H"\t I M I.i-""" i r Phone SO Starke. Fla.9S .
of the
surgical for low additional from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. of Garden Clubs. up" stage and three Tlioina-. Jr.. .loulI... \Vtll.r. -
hospital expenses; coverage .
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older girls played by Jeanne 1'.1 k. S i-'sst'h. .\.rll. ) > for I'll n- B! H|-- B BQ| HBB H
premium; hospital coverage\ In case of childbirth or Any person in the district quali1 Mrs. I.. A. Davis gave an inspiring tiff 6 ':27 ".i.1O'I'ItI 7 J -.
: Cram Debra Paget. and Barbara

miscarriage Additional Polio COerlgeoptionll.: 1! fied to vote in a general election talk on the "Bay Lily" or I Bates are involved in perplexing I -TIn ., -.'Pl"n\1\ fi-I'IECE

and owning land ca It'ole for i Homerocallis. The Day Lily rirruit Court, iiradfordFlorida Ct.unlf,
; love
slogan is "The most blossoms for complications.Jeanm : In Chancery.Jennie Living Room Gp : WAS 89.95
& Insurance I this office. Crain Ann become :Nr Tamlnnt. Pl.tiniitt" t. x.lolin -
Conner Agency : as
Gay ..
your money and labor. Colored J T iiiiKiin, I. > nduit:
i 1 the family "mother" when their I'i
slides were shown of many Varieties -
Phone 2S3; I j real mother is traveling on lecture I Votlre To \ppenrTo NOW 69.95l'c.
116 N. Court St. Starke I of the Day Lily. : John J. Toiiliiiii, xx 1 It.- 1'- 99.95
NOTH K: I tours. She falls in love with den e i is; Unknown
doctor Ton nr.. hereby notified that a t
Jeffrey Hunter. a young
:AV.CT.U. Studies stilt for Divorce ha* hepn filfil < Jl.M'l.E
The Registration INTU'DES: .
Books of the :
I- | who has just set up practice. against YOU In the ahoynam,

\ City of Starke will open for registration 'Abstinence in Bibje "Belles On Their Toes" 'las been Court and cause! and you are required I I-\rmlt-ss Sofa fled i
: to s-erve a copY of your answer
Dinette Suite
SERVICE of electors from Friday. rated as the great Americar or pleading to the complaint 2-End Tables

WINKLER ELECTRIC ( July 11 19=2. through Saturday. 0,1 th.. "I'' n.''' '11' \II! "i'I'. | /.i. ', II J 1-'offee Table '
The Laura Scott Union. \V.C. of the year by .
family picture Ii..iml' 5- -," I T.i '. I h, I I' :I.I nt;: I i I I
i August 9. 1952; inclusive at the T.U.. met in regular session i Friday -I those who have seen advanc-t -.tu ill.! I I''I i .1! i .. i'I't I. -h. 2-Table LampsBEDROOM Table & Six Chaii.

Cit> Hall afternoon at 3 o'clock. The previews of it. I Corner Cabinet I

ZENITHRADIO Carl Johns meeting opened with prayer and i I WAS 209.95

Registration Officer the singing of America. : Recent BirthMr Suites
2t.--11!
The devotional readings werr
Now 179.95
excerpts from different books' of and Mrs James O. Topjui) 99.95 up

Jr.IIf Jaik-onville announce th.
andTelevision the Bible showing that total abstinence -
_I- 'birth! of a daughter MaunlEilten. '

Sales wapracticed in thosedays I till' Tut>sda> June :!'i Living Room Suites J 129.95 up

PHONE 218 : b> such people as!' the Naz- [ Mrs. Toppms is the former Ku"1Toonvv '

and Service rti-it'-s. John the Bapti.-t. Paul. of StarkeIn .

COLONIALFLORIST I
#4" '.._______, -" Hid many others. !9 I IT. FT. (IJIUSONRefrigerators;l ; : R 1.1.IZE:; 4 .1 I1 lfs )\

: tin-nil fniirl. liraul fnrd f suus Is irl.trl.ln .
221 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Mrs. Thornquest read an informative I ; In <'liinr..r). :

article on "HOW WE I.n.'xni i't-di i.. IM.iinlilt x-. 1.- Electric Range
:1 mum < *. sit ... | ,,.f,. 01,5111I .
STAKKE, FLORIDAVA.TKl PRAY". It was suggested that I, faNo I II
Order Of PiibliralUn nil >..lire I..

# letters be written to the Saturday -.i 5. ,.Isiar; talr.. of I'lwritln, 1tdt" *s 249.95 214.95
FLOWERS up
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j'1:11I11111 xho- -' 'n
Evening Post and Pathfinder 'all.I' ..islsIi'--i-- :'.'.-t\( xnth( ) Si II i i.la. .
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FOR ALL OCCASIONS :Magazines commending them fur \k-.n I lit ijtht-, :% \\ y... ,

> on :4 r.' rtMinrt-d| to at.ox.n.i appearnmil .I.IConn I .. __ __ __. _' L_ ,.__ ,,_, ,- -- .
4.1'tr.i.I :;: ill tli- '
not allowing liquor ads in their i \ "
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periodicals. ,...fkdixone.. tartat',! .' 'dx I
,InMrt-n and ,.t h. i t I I.. i l', nit -i? .1 I WE FITFire
(j) Minutes and Treasurer's report I 1.illtV Tedgraphhill i"'i',''I h thI -

I Older in next: (..II'' \x..Mx I i --11'"
read and accepted. The .. .
VfTTVTVVTTVTVTTTTTTTTTTT.MATTRESSES meeting I i \\ itn.--- my hand in.I .II'' i .1 '
\ >- -45raduale nurse or lie I Lit $Iark... Florida thisJul)\ :. I'1-.' TNFREVIVAL
closed with circle of and
ensd praotit-a) nur>'' par" \Inlt'l( DISH a prayer II OFFK'IAI., :':" .\I.I .\ .1. Thima-< Insurance to your
duty Apply ::01V t all St tf Ot'1.1.. KINDSH : GARDENS the Aaromc Benediction. Ari.rk of ,aid 1'1' I Il i ii

,i l MX: Marian' I. 'io-hx Iitpiltx I'l.-I I.1 I. personal! needs. Call
FOil .P.KXT Modem. (urn;-.h..l I E N 0 V A TED POTTERY XI I in i' \\ i"I'r..I I i tnMi:\ I nl'
taJ:. .. ..i hi.... \ .i \ 1".1"1.11\10 I:,"I Id I hg .1.1" k-MIIX' I ill.. KI..II.I.I..
\V. S Sililex Silv.-i Utke. Stark : : _' .
4tn 7 II'' faMUSS3W POTTED PLANTS \V. C. T. U."M.I. \MX! Ir| I'll ; : 4t ;

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; ; TIIK: \KMIK ON :.MiriCi: Til AI'I'HAU
"',,l K SAI.K--"upperkin I potato ; In Clrriiit C.nr#. llr..lf.ril C.anty.rinriila Charley E. Johns
vine$1 1'1' l.Ooil II II I.ewi-, ,, I FLOWERSVIRED \KTII: UO NOT U.TIWo; : In ClianrrrT.
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ii; :. itox l l'si: ;tn 74'I'ni : ANYWHERE Midi[ or Tilt III'MAN K\n: ;,11.1.I n i I": W .itl--i. I'laintiff .\11'I. AgencyPhone
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Trr.-tt with tnininic: ploxx and ) \ iniHASTINGS I Starke I'KKTl.x: WjrXKKXNKxV.KU'OX: : :N tiller To .Vppear. :
>" cutter iHial u h.1:1".1": ..
K as Ref ini.bed 1'1 \ IIlh..n" i \\ '"''
uttinir done Pi-iehur-t (Iroi er. i iKevstolie I jr ( ) i il. d" i- I I- v ml
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1 Ii ltiN.l."T: ) ." .' ((11'1 ALVAREZ' STORE II .
t.1 <- gr..s; % n 'i ntLintl, [ : '1 Established 1S91 THE TRAVELERS Hartford;
..an a nil \-ll!! nmtfit J. Muiri.-t> | apar'flhi'i'. .m\( .rI.i1.-! ; 1d i 1- i J I FLA.

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&h.-r half pasture OUTM_ ) ItUt5 11it\1\Ot\ '1. ih' JULY 6th 20th .
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barn antI otht uiMi'ie 1..1'' .. i -i' xx ill be tak' a- '
1 ml X ..f Ijut#y on 1M :!M- YOn SECURITIES PLEASE 1 u -jijot .
:3rtlV It Strii-klantl. Fireproof Proteeto Security U )X. H -I, .I] '". ;. ,i'.1: -r' I Dog .
Itp:! 7'4 beautiful. Uree. heivy duty steel .' r' '" .
box. Jlrti5 I : : plus til Brilf srI I i. i i Sugar Creek
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fill ..n slip..er> Irinlfum.: (tt't 7:45
ri.ASTI-KOTK Tran-parfnt Fin.l.h tops them all .
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and Iti\..!> a rlear. n-vkul. finish will repair your machine .nip I Your first luscious bite
..- ..\\'t"lloTln:H tt top condition. re.1"onLbl.It: .
u-e only genuine Singer fairly sings of quality ,
pas SPONSORED BY
Our Thurs. Fri. July 3 4
serviceart will --
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al>le on reasonable terms TO SEE : of taste-tingling !
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tll' flavor that actually
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F'll S\LK-Small\ mime hllr-.- ( K'i!:;rax-.J Wedding tn\.1' them all! It's the
"'....t..rn saddle. i;.....! r.n\. tlolls'" .n f.n. riiontenr uaper & wife to I tops
an.t."tl... r..r hil.lren t"l all.\\ only $ii* *, HradforJ jTelegnph -:"> City'WITH perfect season for ( CREEK

Mirllry. 4 mi xnuth IIf Starkc. _. .f manage and care for buildings "j

100 lti & grounds of furnished : Lykes Sugar Creek all

1'ont....)-tln.. fr.t in.> -tore huldinn I RADIOS REPAIRED housekeeping apart .' rneatwieners..made .
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I 703 W. Call it. "larke Ph. :'.19.P.17TMENT room on quality !

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to purebred iahm.i bull. J H. .\ Ft >lt RENT- .-' .t W.\n EH COLOR all better dealers}
mi.itfl i< compensation.Man at : :
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1-t lUptixt' rh'irih J.'i "' \ have other gainful
I-'IH 1 SAI.K-IJ ke front l"t onKingley I J. Thomas. Jr. AJm.n-irt-' r I r may LIKES BROS inc
T.ike Sloping! "'1. employment to augment
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t.. highway J II Wtln\\ and tu >t."r .(nl \\ iri/. .' EGER
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4'P : I Free Gum for the KiddiesIT'S GENEVA BEACH
FOK IJ.--.w P.an.-h typ masonry -
I beilroom house I.aree: t't lit SALE-Imprn-ed M.iru.i1: ,
plot in larL.... \Vrite l>.>\ T"Jt. : plant. also Zinnia pUnts sandrd APARTMENTSI'hone
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Young Chrmtian St_ i-j> MCE AM COOL HERE 3014

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('oltawith: laree shaJy FOR REXT-Four Jroom ,.:i' ir- Keystone Heights Fla.
nice Phone IIS-J: 1.1\\"n./: / nished l1ol1-. $50 per r r' "'--v- '. :'. < ': : '. :- ,' '' :,;, : : -= '-
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