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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1953
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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U1.DKST 2,100: COPIES FLORIDA: [THIS WKEKhlI'UKLISIIEI ISSUE BRADFORD COU N TY TELEGRAPH FEATURES IWADFOKI THIS HILITKS ISSUE: : i;




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i 1 UNDER SAME MASTHEAD 10 (I'ACirlS THIS WEEK Official County Publication Established- In 1S79 SLV.I.E 1 OPT 10cSTARKE CLAY HILL ECHOES



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I Winds Cause Crop Damage; i I Council To Ask Passage-





Berry Problems Being Studied :

Of
Limits Extending Act


Season Believed It liradfoni growers feel they are having: & rougher time '..hiisu : Com And Beans !:!

the fact '
>. ,! this! year :.ney might derive some comfort from -

that at !least their prn a statc- I :-ot.d't-t' u.!! ahr.. .-t liuadr.i''ie i :! I ir.! :.I'tt .t': : will gall: an! t'>tlnl; !evil l.r 00 ivMilonl-! 1

Suffer Most Camp Blanding :i'..1! cxtriidinj: the city limit.-, bthe .t
Worst On RecordS %. 1(1.basis approved t'lty I'otim'il Tuesday night. is pa.-st'd I I-1,
!thtI1.1 :; l.elatuiv
soil ) : and l
During the pi>t week Kxtension Service entomologists : nviieapproval i If \cttTs in a rt'ferenduni to be held next :><,; >

chemists, and plant patholcgists: have been making an intensive Will Be ArsenalIf I tt'mlot'r.Council! .
Hopes of Bradford County'
awberry prodm i ion continued study of strawberry fields in the county in an effort to determine In a sweeping gesture .Ii; ;:' I'
'
tn dwindle during the past weeka what factor are to blame for the poor yield and sick appearance growers for the biggest yield,[ Opposes Enactment ends: based on the ph.lo.soj t
Of Bill
ontinued heavy rains t',"k of Missionary plants here this season Findings of 'of' spring vegetables in years Bill PassesA that we don't do this oftei: .'

their toll il ripening fruit tanygro..ers. thes- experts were aired at a meeting of growers held in the were dashed by the 12-hour, we might as well do a p.xi !'
To
disgusted with Change Method Of
already Their ElectionI
courthouse here Thursday afternoon. I I. while! we're at It". the citda 1 I.
what is believed to be the worst i downpour Sunday that climaxed bl!! p"p..mg iu move the put their unanimous t'k q' t

since berries became an i I week of weather State Arsena! t is. the! i >nsde'ed! : 'f the .
season i a bad f ?1' St Augustineto oj-.i run in stoic g:.i < .ip with election map showing the proposed ':eve
heie. have let their fields See Berries In Field Camp the ("'its: ('":m' it that anpr: "- to, the ,
Bianding
Induatry Specialists during which an estimated six j was introducedin going uric polling the cots limits extended to-
weed and others have I both posed legislation affecting the .
grow up in houses of the State highest number Ii:1It's: Just beyond the State Far-.
under. to seven inches of rain fell in \' I City Charter should be
plowed them Legislature Wednesday.The presented The resolution further stated Market north on U S 3iM
9-1'. this area. I' to the Council at a regular meeting -
During the week. April measure was sponsored in that : Just beyond the R. B Ai\ n.: :

337 crates were sold at the Sunday's torrent was accompanied the house Sen. | for its consideration Faxon and Flynn .
only upper by Edwin ., "It is the opinion of the City places n. i'Bianding !
grower$2.74139. winds of force j; Such was the meat in the coco- '
market here bringing r by gale Fraser of Macclenny, in whose Council that in the interest of road;

As ulual.bt'n vohiT-- that battered sweet corn plant- \ distnct the camp lies. Sen. i nut of a resolution unanimously orderly municipal government in Just beyond the Bill Powell I" !

ih sitm, prices soared reaching a .ngs. blew down SIIUmber, and :Charley E. Johns of Starke was | approved by the Council at its the City of Starke that no pro- Buddy Bishop homes on :NDlandmg (' .\

$12: lop last Friday. uni'iofed at least one barn in this ( co-sponsor In the House the (i meeting here Tuesday night. posed legislation affecting the road:

The market report for the i I" sit: imt> Practically: every variety I jf measure was introduced by Rep. |I For this reason the Council City Government should be 1 Just beyond C B. John. r I II
en-
.Aeefc H a* follows: weather mischief came during I, Sam Saunders of Clay County.A !I in its resolution calls upon SenatorI acted unless u has been first considered i IF. O Peterson property mi :S' ,' ,
.
F he week hail in Charley E. Johns and Representative 100 .
including some
(Keystone Height mat I
part of the State Arsenal by said Council"In
1)etr ('rh, HaileI'1 tog j Doyle E. Conner not to
spon- .
me Lawtey area last Friday.Tannage Just be '(\n.1 Tr: ias Tn..Terminal t.
'.' \ U 600-1000 H J'm : I operation has been carried on at sor a local bill advertised in the concluding the Council resolved .
I to the : on r s > : S"1l11l: !
li'ot.. 1"2 20-12.00 ", : i s1 ti 2 county's crops. I Blanding for some time, including April 10 issue of the Telegraph. : .
.' t.r-t believed to be near discs ; the Just heron I A.: : Caertv -, !I'
maintenance which
I 11'11 61 600- 880I shops re- which would amend the charter "That the City Council go on
1 '.\.i.i lessened cool on St ate: 1- VC>! I I"
u.- by wea-i i all
'. pair military equipment for record as being opposed to the
I ; h M eoo-1111' by changing the procedure for
I II ..er, that followed the rain, pre- ; the state Quartermaster Butler road
It I '.2 690.9611I 1 property I'electing Councilmen.In enactment of the aforesaid lgi-
.
k 00 "Ii' 11.'; further damage from warehouses for all federal lation Just e\.nl! ,1 ; Fd\ ,
600
I t I 30 the advertisement. H V .
iid 1 Estimates of damage have controlled also located I property on li! -? ;. Road
equipment are -
I Knight. Starke attorney, "That: the Hon E
gau Charley
I 't ,,1111'11011 far this _;a.I "- a ric'd anywhere, from 20 to 50 ;; at Blanding. Just bex--nd I rr aea' !
K i I notice of his intention to apply to Johns State: Senator and the
!lid) 11,000 crates jn-+ ;.IT t cot One bean grower on State Farm V.i;:!;r.' .-
Sponsors of the bill maintain ; the Legislature the enactn.entof Horn Doyle E. Conner. Slate .
< e'1I! of !atit season's \ K E Wasdin who has 100 acresh If the meas'iie! re: The .ij'i'-
j. that it would increase efficiencyto law that be
a special providing Representative respectfully .
of1"1 I of Uie Letisi.rtii'r ui i 1m .11! t.r .
.. !t. !II i .IS in excess : f tr.r: north of Waldo -- atIs'
\ have all State Arsenal operations 'Councilmen should I nm in groups. urged not to sponsor or to secure
I i.it.-s In dollars and cents, g," ; ;! intimated: his loss at 75 per Starke will embrace an t".I': !' r.
concentrated in one place \\ Iln as main groupas the are the enactment of said legislationin
eihave received only an eatnn t'- PH A N Il'Htkt ota oanroKw "won !the P ,nit < .:y ent I 3.200 acres, as compete!
I Since there is not I loom to move I ttbunlllnu'rt I" be etehd[ 1'i.dei the 19;.:3! se.s.-ion of the Legislature ,
.1 I $71 S3285 as compared with .1 i xMin| : ,' ir ."'dt(l'. HI 'ifV''''I!'''!! ->i iiftt h.d .'ha !fll S:11111 i Corn suffered in all of the present approximate 9!ltil';
parts the shops and warehouses to St the present M-tep; Couni' !d Lr:: ". all; "f I the State of Florida" : '
i-iurr of $179,90.62 at this time ot t sti iwbrrnc. i 'r,11 I, .1' i''I'! ion\- i> inniipfi I'd' .ui.ru, plants the county except in the high'' Augustine, they favor moving all: 1 Instead of being onU j
miles from north to south Iu. '
I ant! yearThe in a berry field here Wednesday afternoon. Holding diseased I lands around Brooker where water
arsenal
to Bianding
of the Solons/ In Investigative Mood the new boundaries would! :;. > ,, .,
19.2 season was considered plant is. L. C Kuitert. extension service entomolog.st while I gets away rapidly. Several grow-
work that h.i .
rehabilitation
The > the north-south distance ti I> r
bad" but actually looks good ( G T liuggins shows a plant that hij normal i era have estimated at least 50 percent
'flunhKt'nt :
been in progress at Blandinp for 2 3-4 miles Whereas St.uk, i n.: ,.
,\'ien compared with this year'stta'co damage to potential corn ;; During First Week Of Legislature
growth K; M N'.x.! agricultural agent tm the S-'atxiar.l It iiin production about a year is now 95 per cent ; .measure 1 1.2 miles a hI i

Receipts of $23f>.000 fom ...il! and! ''I; II iil.ii-kinon h'- id ofhv\ hoituultui.il department! 1Most | t"ompletewith all work scheduledto west with approval of I the t' .,
.t tray crop are considered jusi of I The Florida Lt-pi I n.\i-iit\! : .! h "1.0\\\ <'oll:pldl' ttif gi"Uji: fields young pepper be finished by May 1. Close to boundaries the eastwest d li> I'''
K.raJ while In past years the looked slightly wilted \\"edne-sctay,1' j Congress.vas in an investigative works agencyAppropriate i
2000.000 has been spent on re- [ would stepped up to 'J 1 'I n: .
lose to hall .1 flame mind the first .r..00ft,000 for the
of during
1"1' /hies grossed but with a of ;
light working the building a railroad spur into the t While the 1950 census sla't'|
million dollars. Marketing Problems Get Attention >oil it is believed they will week of its 1953 session University of Florida Medical .
re"yer ,
area, constructing a telephoneand | Starke with only 2.901 ini.ti)
K School
; of what ha: hag I Senate President harley
| \I'
Die 1 puzzle quickly. Some bean fields' telegraph building and re- : the next rount should hit I !lit': .
in this ,u. Johns of Starke set l the par when, i Make possession' of federal
bei production ook
.i i y on a yellowish look but :
|;
may | habilitating water, elect nc and ; 4,500 and 5.000 if I the ;
the tune and .it'-i: : [in his accepting the gavel be made ,gambling tax sUuni'f'vidence of
outwith
i. ucupying lime a few fair days. Or'Ra ,,sewage; facilities. Two new boundaries are approved
reeorrmenddlioa thata ,'lolatlolgf state
lion of everyone: growers. bu negligible number of small plots 850.000) gallon water tanks have a sweeping antigamblinglaws. i i City Attorney G. 1. Patter! -i, I
!
St'natecommittee be named !
ftand extension !service I te-h 'veie under water
to
long enough been installed. I that It- "
;!: yesterday everyone
"with enough montY and full} The Legislature also took timeout
nn uin.s Soil, fertilizer, and j p' ;kill the plants. :! Unit- .
within the present : I.
.Miiveyii' me iu>\\ beiiiK l'otithihere i '' I T ? I power to investigate every phase to \ick its presiding officersfor
Potato digging by the few living In the are :
everyone \
of and the the 1955 session
our government ,
designating
effort to .1111\'t' at: nanxw -
in mi its! growers who had started was de- Cancer Drive i posed to be taken in will t ti I". >
gambling and rackets cf o'iri, Srn Turner Davis of Madison as I .
rLions I III
layed several the i
days by down- ,titled to vote in the referei..l!
state. He said the committee I president of the Senate and Rep
I pour The loss from rotting i when and if held.
may II ought to look into "our state de- i'i Thomas David of Broward as
To Sponsor 4 j cut yield somewhat but might re- Now Under Way The Council instructed a it' .a'tornev
j House
T party.e-nts, institutions an i agencies Speaker I
-ult! in better prices since it is 1 to prepare the bill t '
.rz i which are ever increasing in 1
Talent Show on, eded there was an over pro- submitting to the legislatm." F. .
power and bureaucratic trends:
luctum of thus crop. :i I Two films on canl'erlTf' Young Democrats gag:' the legal description ,of, the
!'I One of the first measures to
shown at the notary Club Wednesday proposed boundaneT!,.'
new
Thousands
The Hlltl I..- Lion's Cl%il of pounds of nitro- (I clear the House was a resolution

p'i..r an amateur talent MIm _, a -.1. and potash have been leached. and preceded by a talk by I by House Speaker C. Farris Dry.I !! Meet FridayThe hill would be sent to Tall"h.p. .

C i i Mrs. Pauline Torode county chairman together with a resolution h' "
I. the and I
.ii. soil
extra
.
material
Kiul.i May 8, at Meinm.' ( ant for an investigation of the alleged -
i ..
ill be needed at for the annual cancer fund the Council to Senator Chail t I. F.
once. County YflungDt'monrralk Club of
sudiuni for the purpose ot 1 it.- use of sub-standard materialsin
Agent G T. Huggins said that drive. Bradford County will hold its Johns and Representative I II .\e to:
for the sight eourtt'loft i the renovation of the state Cap-
ong.tunry .
progiam. The Cisco Kid will, .i -unie iases this extra applican !, Mrs Torode said that the coun- itol. And Rep. J. S. Alexande- II April business! meeting tonight Conner, requesting them t., I .

IK- present as master tlf ceivmoiie > ran serve as the regular side- ty quota is $600 and urged support of Libert"ailed for an investigation Friday* at the American Legion it passed bv the Legislatii"-

All talented children or youiupeople !liessmg of the crop if enough of the drive which will continue of the "deplorably low Iwei"of Hall at 8 o'clock according to Local bills of this natm-- I"

are urged to prepate lltU\\lXl: A -'KOr ts one hmg and marketing it) i> an- 1.1\ .lnl'ed Depending on crop and ;; through April. She announced I Florida welfare payment.:. President A J Thomas Jr. customarily passed by the l.<' "

i the mselves to enter this show a> ,>: nei Bow n.t'< neo piobleiti Thi >II.( were\ da': uSed +' > pe of soil as to heavy or light | that a tag day will be Besides the investigation': demands I Thomas said that the Club lature if they have the end'" "

.
"unt'r)' worthwhile prizes are i : toetng! ; it '. .riia\ >so' v ( innntit' v 'f :'if S'.di'K> S'a'Ft> nieis implication of from 200 to tOO 'held Saturday, Apr. 25. the first week of the session 'would take action on several resolutions mem of the Senator anal KI-J.M, "

being IItn.h'll (President John .\ Market \\fittii'sd.t\ .1 I vast .,.e'k Here U Its> liS unrkftingprobleiiiS ,po'inds ot"a 10-'>-10 fertilizer is Other activities during the drive was highlighted by Gov. Dan containing recommendations tative from the area con 'nll'j

tWode stated that proceeds from with the local committee wt'reL.. H. Lf'.us. director of teeded. he aid will include the showing of the McCarty's address outlining his to be made to the current

Into a special director I cancer films at the Woman's Club I the introduction Legislature and urged all voters European PicturesKenneth
t hi:> show will go state markets (above, right) and It. B Alvarez assistant : legislative program and
'
fund with monies already raised i left L J. R. Kelly chairman of the local committee (center t pr-- on Tuesday. Apr. 25, at 7:30: p.m.. of 132 bills in the House I I both men and women to attend Orider will sh'nture.H I'i'

through the sale of brooms to sided at the meeting. The state officials promised to do: everything Red Cross Goal :1 and at the meeting of the County and 61 in the Senate ,I this meetingA : he look in Kurr>[..- 1! '. I

follow up the examinations re- they could to arrange for a satisfactory corn market here thi- Home Demonstration Council in 'I The major proposals by McCartywere social hour all! be held following Li'any on April 21 for ;aii <....,..

entU conducted at the Bradford the Brooker community hall at an increased assessment ': the rii.-. Ing' at whop hers Ilf St Mark s Ki- ." ",
season. Efforts will be made to obtain a second pre-caohns? ( for
I
School Results of the recent May Be ReachedTotal 1 30 p m on the same day. The : the state of dog track profits time refreshments will' be served Church
machine as it is said that more and more buyers are recognizing ;by
screeninghlch was sponsored public is invited to both showings. I $300 annual raise for schoolteachers I
the benefits of pre-i..''ilm.; coin before starting: it on its way a :
Mrs
Club, revealedhut Torode said that farme- C
t'tIhl' local Lion's cancer the refunding to I

while n'any of the parentsconcerned t.' not "hen.i: : 1\< the 1 Re-1 I Clops ontributions i? second only! t.I heart disease asa I and commercial fishermen of th- Johns Gets Trophy From Friends

'n unvnt fund drive
now *
could afford an evani: cui-.e of death: :! :r. the I S j gasoline for the. '
on t
rand at S2.3.:>3 with $612 to if tax they pay
nation and glasses: there arc ...torecho go in 0\ .
Bean and a change
Belt Here 'equipment
1h/ttr&i. .
Grading Operating :h- $3fH'H,( ) quota is to be reached.
cannot. It is to those \\h Bishop Protests I law to make the secretary >f s"--
Mrs Junius M Smith county fund
annot that this program is de,1(: rather than Senate president j'
!If r.\: <- chairman, said yesterday att
atevtThose I cessor to the governor if t
'Private Use'Of
We intend to continue until! I .
F chief ee' lit : .
eligible to participate! regularly-elected F
:n.r.t'\I. raised Mrs S 1'il:1 1
h,.youngsters enrolled in u dies ,
i "E er> effort is being made Equipment I I ... t
s .
..f :hi- public schools of the ti j While McCarty's speech i-
AC. k to, contact those wh 1s
:y The Cisco Kid staled the !i ;generally well received, nonef ,!
'
i.led: t') contribute or whrt
patents who believe their :. been called V he end! of a rather uneventful I hIs proposals had been introdu.i ij o

dren to be talented mayhem o: upon meeting of the Board of j in either house as bills at the end

: m the show by roms. ". tr s The charted obligation of the County Com L"sionprs here Apr. II of the opening week of the ses .

t'harlcs S. I'artin. Supen s .. wvlG, R',. Ri-.i! ("r"..... L the link between the i 1 6th. Commissioner H A. Bishop. I

Principal of Bradford High S 1 i'\ : e nan and his family..' Mrs Jr. of District Three livened thing i: sion.The lawmakers filled the hop- r

S" :th said "Another obligation up when he stated that he would and r
It is expected that the show % ; I i pers with their own measures f u

be the first of its kind pr-xti The bio(Md program. If we here like to go on record as "being I the battle lines were beginning to

in this area although the ( + r Bradford County did nothing opposed to the county's equipment form Both houses received the :

se hiit -satisfy ourselves were doing private work"In
Kid has produced similar ; !! any strongly-backed Florida Education '

grams in manv'- different pai-! : il", !hr.p these obligations we a spirited discussion that fol Association's proposal for a J.W

the state and country tilt" aj 1 '!r..l: have done some part of the lowed. Bishop stated that he had raise for school teachers which is

school age boys and girl "> .-. But when we deliberately 1 recently refused a request from nearly twice that recommended b-. f $

ivitef themselves! ; by contact: u>. 1 -nlv: fail to raise the moneydo < one of his constituents for private the governor. And a still different I i1

Mr 1'artin. Those desiring fuiihe: .L our part but sit by and use !: work by the county's bulldozier. teacher pay bill came from former .I
.
information are urged to con: t : ., .'. 'ney raised: by other people to ';but that he understood some of House Speaker B Elliott of Palm Pir'..fired atw e s Senator Charley E John n.'n .' at, ..

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Mr Pattin or President John A s t v.rour own. then it is tire to the otter commissioners were Beach County which would grant r .-.v.ng e. nar,ds"me snv-r trophy fr>w Ma! >' i H 1h .fl.' <,: 1""' I

TorviJePTA A belt 'take up and realize that the 1 granting requests of this nature. raises vary-.5 from $500 for the :n ceremonies held nere la-t Saturday afternoon at tne *-mt d/ur
i bean-grading went into operation h-re Tuesday mgh;
i- money will not continue to be He said that he was opposed td lowest-paid teachers to a J100 ai: of the courthouse With Senator Johnj in the picture are for
the font
time this season. It will be available from nowon
Will Meet for handed out to us"Mrs this practice and; thought it shouldbe year for those in the highest pay ri. his daughter Markley Ann; his wife, Thelma Bnnson J'JM.ih:5
the of I
use growers and buyers who wish to grade their oei..s
Smith said that national stopped. bracket. mother Mrs A. M. PetUt; and his sister, Mrs. J. R Williams

Next Tuesday and other crops Red Cross has sent $14.000 into The other most controversial bill The Senator was escorted to the courthouse behind the marching I
Polaroid! 1-M.r.ute Photos by the Tegraph; ''Bradford received during the first week was
County during the past : Carradine Moves BHS Band at 3:30 o'clock, accompimed by cars carrying
The
Parent-Teacher Association
7.- six years while only Jo.OOO has a measure to raise the tax on dog
of Bradford High School will Bus Stop Location members of his family and various city and county officials m
Starke Elks New ;been sent to national from this tracks one to three per cent, depending
hold its April n-eeting in the Sponsor Lodge county during the same periode i on the amount of money Guy Andrews local civic leader, made a preliminary addressin

school cafeteria next Tuesday i; On Wednesday of this week F. which be renewed accomplishments! of Senator Johns and also ;::
Starke Elks bet on the races. This differed
are sponsoring a ficiaka will assist in going th< : .
evening at 1:30 o'clock. The nominating P. Carradine moved his Greyhoundstep I recalled the that SUrk and P5
many figures
from McCarty's of prominent political
new lodge to be instituted inG'fft degree and ceremonies to th e CORRECTION plan asking
--- committee will make its Cove Springs on Friday candidates.Phil ;' rest to its new location a more of the dog track profits with Bradford County has produced during the past half century. P.*.. f

;: u; report and officers will be elected April 17, at \iich time 100 bus- Through error two names bee mIle south of Lawtey on U. S out boosting the tax rates L. D. Haines opened the ceremonies with an invocation. e
Vitsky. who leading ;
:-:: played a 301. where he is also operating a
: far the 1953-54 school term.
.....-:-. i jines and professional men and part in organizing the Stark, came scrambled in the list of men trailer park. : Other major bills received bythe Mayor Wainwright presented the loving cup to the Senator, fffYonge.

i i J. R O. Davison. program chairman Navy personnel will take the degree lodge in 1950.\ prop.oted and lAi,3 i recently :. ucttd into the armed 1 Mr Carradme announced that Legislature would: along with a gift ot flat silver and a huge buket of flowers to r:

is presenting a one act play, 'i Create a state purchasing departrent Mrs. Johns. The Euene Ii
t ti the ground work for the nev v forces through Local Board 13. 'i the Greyhound ticket office will I! :-nscrrption on the cup read: 'To Charley

e staged by members of the speech i Victor O. Wehle. president oft t lodge in Green Cove. It will b e The name appeared as Edward | continue to be located in his drugstore ,, to buy supplies for all Johns President; of tile Senate 1953-55. from friends in Bradford

.: : -- club the Florida Elks Association aided housed in a wing of the Qui S Lawrence 1 i Fowler a combination at Lawtey. as usual. state agencies at discount rates. and Union Counties.
sA'1
Children over five ) ears of age by Walter J. Matherly. James Sana Hotel. I j of the tames of Edward Lawrenced The opening of the new resi t, Provide a vote on a constituitional In his acceptance speech Senator Johns expressed his deep

will be cared for in the school I All Elks are I invited to atten, Parker of I : amendment to raise home-
Starke and Willanib stop coincided with the 26th an.niversary appreciation and gratification to his many friends in this area
J. Fernandez
library. All parents and teachersare Geo. Caner district the stead exemption from J5.000 to
institution ceremonies whit t Lawrence Fowler!
of Brooker. who of Mr Carrad:".e's business for taeir kindnesses and help.
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urged to attend deputy, and other state of- will begin at 7 p m were the Ten actually inducted: j in Lawtey $$10.11)).

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK FLORIDA \
fACE TWO nUI>.\Y. APRIL 17. 19.\j
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E L MATTHEWS Tense Drama Of Andrew And Rachel! Jackson f ore Jackson took office in WashRgton dozen others tenderest !love stones >>f .1. ,;.::,'-

I BRADFORDCOUNTY I .I In President Lady' Coming' To FloridaA society: Rachel was snubbed by The dramatictor> of their lif f ( Tht'rt'rt' 34 :peaking pa-: ': :

EDITOR is highlighted by Indian fighting:- uniL..ua.argo!! oast
I Author Ston ailed her .the
backstage drama wth :!:.l.SC Next T.ursdaar.J. Fr da> the1 a tnp down the Mississippi Rive r

, TELEGRAPH l PUB .IS.oER about the show people who help Florida will show an outstandingi I I most maligned woman in Am .en- to Natchez, and what has bei I n: N
I I'an histon and because of the m- 1HJNT: :sty fuastaia pM_> \\
make and called "the
Hollywood Broatsraythe : film presenting the emotional dirtiest presidentsvvna j
;-: OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED crossroads of the world's entL'rtaln."I1ent 'story of the most slandered cou- I i i'( ,salt; heaped upon ht'r Jacks :sn ::: I" S a"""..\.,. E"TF.lnlitMh: V point fir, r\'rt

MASTHEAD l:1, underMEMBER business i ito Rachel J i:11t'j!! a !!'..u. .r. d.:o': :: !. fees' : 1t': :: : :,. ..,.: '.....1: .. purlkse.. i; i; (iintpls'G' .it UK \1)
cond < 13 brought pie in American: history
p andnt -ml as ..
Published Nrry Friday ]h.er h.r. :' : u :r T- '. .
I the 'I / A s v i i.-: .1 : < : : Ftlltl) t 01T1 n I FulttV11
screen of the Florida Thea-
the Aft of March 3, 189. and Andrew Jackson. Entitles ,
tre Sunday and Monday in "She'sBack fi'.rv.: --
.,, "The President's Lady the :
PRESS ASSOCIATION .... MEMBER NATIONAL, EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION I on Broadway". The cast includes I lit:
FLORIDA from the best selling !
< is adapted )
Virginia Mayo, Gene Nel
Frank book by Irving Stone, and !has j.1 ..kB
son. Lovejoy. and Patricia
This Unsigned Letter Gets Printed Wymore in important roles. Susan Ha\owarda1d Chat: :. He=,-
I ton in the main roles
Miss Mayo plays a film ceebrl-: Ti
It appears to me that the drier. of those I It tells the intimate "v.r\ ,>'
newspaper(14)m i:\ I ty seeking a renewed career on I
not to print letters that come to the editorial huge N-hemoth truckem to enjoy a certain j I Broadway while Miss Wymoreis the romance between Haihe! 3or..j: 1

desk unsigned. LPon request, the name free..t..iH from enfornvnt of the U\\ relating '{I her deadly rival One of the I Andrew from the time the: were.

of the writer will l be withheld when the letter to sjM d, use of muffler apparatus production highlights of the film married first in 1791 :n the b.ef -
their wjuipinent and other sundrj' usual traffic !I" "Voodoo Calypso a lavish .. that Rachel's first hu,;b.tn.1!
i H
it requiredthat
published, but in general '
11 regulations, not only in )our cite but also number set in the N,'w" OrleansjFrvrch : Had .i\ .Jrc.-d he! The> were :.eii.'i.ed -
the of the writer }be known to the
name j "
all along the higrmajs, of this >tat-. lVrvm.il- Quarter at M .
before publication. The reason ,, ..
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,
newspaper .n r ir'il r. 'r death tnrf1: hbe.-
for this: obvious.! : Often unsigned letters I nightIw \ 1 \

contain irresponsible charges) against some | I
Before the unmuffled trucks nmv I me all through the
official or private individual. i
newspaper I prints such charges it should night.: FARMERS

know the name of the person making them The above views could seem to he! th' tl B\\
of his 'r SA rE THOSE ('R0f'SNOW'S !
so he can be called upon for proof prattling of a crank, and for this ream I

statements if challenged. have deferred writing until the hapjeinngof :

Occasionally, however, we receive a letter April G another tragic wreck with two THE TIMETo e.oo tTOttt LII.

containing matter of such general interest lives lost.: And permanent resident have

and importance that we are tempted to print jKinted out to me a young wife and mother To Spray & f

it, even though unsigned. Such a letter was who is maimed fur life from an accident verb t --- :d.

received this week, pointing up some matters much akin to the one recorded and picturedin THE FOLLOWING; { HOPI Quantity Rights Reserve Pries Good Thru Sat April 18 i

of deep concern to all of us. We feel that the April 10 issue of your local paper. I AGAINST
of this letter should be published! considerable h.iotatiex I I '
some parts Having some ) 152 Call StreetStarke !
because they give us! the views of an outsider jHTience, I fully expect to learn the fact that INSECTS AND DISEASES

letting us know how we appear in this trucking interests ('mplo.consitl'raLle lobbyists -
particular instance to someone who is in in your state capital. Hut the common I Florida
IJKVXS CORN PEPPERS: TOKAU'O
(XMitum to let us see ourselves a.* others see man sends those legislators up there, and the -

us Other portions of the letter we are re- common man pays the salary of law enforcement : POTATOES AM \\ATER.MELONS -:- '- ....-- ... -. ':PWP.; of:.....

luctant to print because! they make charges officers. The legislature has passed: DEL MONTE Calif. Dessert

t that would(' difficult to prove. Such statements laws regulating speed} the use of mufflers, : \We Have DUSTS and SPRAYSTO
until the writer
we cannot publish and common care in driving. You and your

makes himself known and K willing to stand force have the duty of enforcing these laws.
CONTROL THE! FOLLOWING, C
the he
behind t things says.
I !uu> noted I In- fast tint fr qwntlj tru k..
For this reason! we are taking the libertyof No 21/2 Can
run the light: in front of the Florida Theatre, Hun Mildew. Poudery Mildew Rust Late Uli ht
editing) the letter, retaining the information going too fast to stop anj the result is Hut Jean I Thrip Aphids Potato Beetle Corn Ear and Bud
we consider most significant) while deleting \\ and other Injects and Ii
\4'1 Inn means go around the corner. Some many : >ea>es.
certain statements that would need! .
|1"Io..t rian i is going to l he rut down l before our ."' .
proof to back them up. We hope the writerof \ery eyes one of these da\s. And the <'.\- Dt 1 Minito! Wi.o:'- P..t':. iApricots

the letter will understand our position and reining truck and trailer getting around theourthoiise The KILGORE SEED CO. No. US 1 Ilk: FR T. COCKTAIL( N:). 303 Can 21 c
if he wishes his letter published in its entirety -
rt:1l'nttrSL.c11'e: : lil:
< corner i is something that has causedme ':
will be glad to do so over his 202 N. W. 1st A\e. Gainer. 'ille. Fla. ...
we tu Ulan t'l and uonder tows Ion4 beforeIragedy Peaches Buffet ll'2c' .", : .'.'. T.. :" ;- .'...I

signature.I occurs in front of the seat
However, here is the essence of the letter autlwrit). in your count \o. 2! : 15c: GARDEN I PEAS H. 303 Can 19cDel

we received, which was a copy of a letter Monte Salad t

mailed by the writer to Starke's Chief of In the name of your many, many \'i.sitorand :-: Fruits No. 303 33c ,r.. 1 :.e :-: ;.

Police: that of your permanent people, I plead i 1-4 It Del\lontcBartlett
with you to begin to enforce the law fairly / Pears No. 303: 27c P'APPLE JUICE 46-oL Can 29 C
remarks the Telegraph
In some introductory to (l/jC'
all. If
to I and
driver need
my young a muffler ,
.
Del J Monte Light Sweet .
the writer said: 'I tf r- ) 1.< :
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.so; does the trucker; if we have to obey Cherries o. 303 33c L "

I am a \to.Uor in )our midst and have IntiiftliiMknl the speed and traffic regulations, so should 1 7h Del Monte Prepared PINEAPPLE 29c
t No 2 Can
at 1 Knuu )ou tuiM hate IMTII l>)" the trucker. Pleasp. before more lives art' d f' Prunes No. .303 2oc
I
thf> trui;,..ry rrportrtl, and pit lured on tV tragically lost before more of your friends ny .
I "'1 Del Monte Purple : : .'.: .. :: ::. : u.-i; :
front |ugt "f jour Uur of April 10. I haw and neighbors are maimed do your duty. l : Plums No. 303 22c

,rat the orixiii.il the rnc'osfil letter to jour Enforce all the laws not just some of them ;;t j1fl l r Del Monte CREAM CORN No. 3Q3 Can 171c

(islet of fuller In the public intern+t. Tin 1'111"| For in fairness these drivers will see that I \ J I IIn Figs No. 303: 31c

N M-nt to )ou since I Hell realize tin power you mean to be a good police officer to du I ", Garden : '.'M ... Bv '- '. .' ,
Del Monte Early
uf i% puMlo spirited per... I am ph-ascd to your duty honestly and fairly. ': f / Asparagus No. 2 ,I 12c CATSUP 2 33c
Rite Jon this additional opportunlt, of etrHslng la-o:. Bottles
I trill I"! in : \
anti around jour city for some ;
tills prime Ilrc'r"J."t h r of the press. tiiije to come and Mill l.v.k with interest on 1.(1' i" ,...--., 1:11: -. -=-, > -


l' l1l'f Portions of Police of the follow letter: addressed to the jour disregarding efforts.jour The laws trucktrs i is nut' worth time "a't"C1 the Ices l ;l h>. p' J, 111 HERSHEY Factory Pack (Limit, 1 Pkg., Please;)

1' .
of jour neighbors/ if another drier noted a / \

I prefer to remain anonymous My I jwsition i- dozing l trucker and tried to arouse him with a r t" iJ

would jn'rhaps lend authority to my sudden Mast t of the horn, it couldn't he h..artl'Uf'r Y

thoughts, but I prefer to be one of the many the unmuffied roar of the truck engine SUGAR 5 is39c

many tourists who want to enjoy freedom tours in the public interest, I
A Floridaisltor
from worry while spending weeks of time

devoted) to relaxing within greatly
your Although
we may not agree with the above
blessed[ State so richly endowed by nature.Howexer I letter in every instance, such as when it in START NOW..BANK MAXWELL HOUSE (Limit 1 Can, Please!)
after spending} the past week in timates that there is conscious
i discriminatior
Starke :tut) environs, I must write that 1 in favor of the truck driver in the SOMETHING EVERY

have not an assurance from worry. and from we believe that the writer has matter ol.speed PAY DAY. REAP Clb
'
what 1 have observed and heard from serve
permanent a worthwhile
purpose in making his view t.: THE BENEFITS. COFFEE
constituents
I wonder how they can public. We do heartily agree with him Can
live !peacefully within your city. IVrhajvsyour the opinion expressed) 111
concerning noise :
May
own people! have: become used to the )be the trucker :-
have a good! explanation p foi: 4iesuve FLORIDA BANK at STARKEIllemotr
abuses I have r.
noted and hence
have not been their failure to make use of mufflers ;.. ?, ;: -.

too conscious the of the eul I trust this will haven't heard! t their side of the issue \vt- \ .L- COFFEE Can 75c ASTOR TEA i 39c
serve of
purpo.se, bringing: action herewhere but it would take an awful lot of proof t'to
it < \iiallv L..n- -rlo'ltta Ilalfonai
t. so needed
vince us that it is necessarv.'ter you .... -
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guests of Mr and Mrs GeoDavu
I Ifllrmers

Mr and Mrs. Dill Bigh.im entertained LAKE GENEVA: .

Gr. ro G. lUJh\1U a group of friends with i orBOTTOM

..... ..........a aa.u a an: .informal night.buffet Those supper attend.nn 1.istWednesday u.uu..uuu li) Ulanc'h\ Cunningham AAA.A. : S I E A K 1 59cU.

The Junior and Senior (-11 Clubs wereMr: and Mrs Gerald Wait '1
Its J I LB .
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1t met M ntl.i) aftemoon in theaiulitoilum of Cassadaga. N' V. Mr and Mrs Ingrahamhn has'spent !I NOW YOU CAN SEE
M'b'1 with Miss Dos Howard Wait and th.past several m..nths :
family. Mr and
!othUnas. County Home Dt'lUtm.1 I, Mrs Frank L Tomhnson and .with S.iturda Mrs for Agnes Lawrence left i i IT FOR YOURSELF! S. "Choice" Eat.Rite Beef U. S. "Choice" Eot-Rite Beef U. S. "CHOICE" Bonelegs
stratum Agents presiding; son Frankie and Mr Pittsburgh. Pa
and Mrs i
Tentative plans were n1aJfr Ernest Edwards and son. Gene where she will visit relatives before 1 Chuck Boneless Beef Rolled Rump

fashion show which will be presented Mrs Nolan Ward !returning to Reno New j
and Mrs E
b) the club girls: at theI''j. Ripplinger/ of Lake Butler were'Thursday Weekend callers at uie 1. it i I THE The Travelling Display

P T A meeting on April 30 The:' afternoon Fmley home were their son and ': STEW ROAST
visitors at the daughter-in-law, that is making America ROAST
girls pUnned to make and sere home of Mr and Mrs Doyle Ha- the Leonard |, r'f
Hamm3 of
ake i Jacksonnlle: Little u
i and punch to the members zen. Aluminum conscious!

Present At the on next that 4-H night.Club meeting.Monday. Mrs W E BI h3m. Sr. of Dunedin .grandparents Charlene is staying for a' while with he: :j, Sponsored By c
returned to her home last : 39c 49c 59
April :;. a girl will be Saturday after a month's visit Mrs. Agnes Lawrence. Mrs R j Display Coach ('Ol \T\' .XOFA'T .VMCHAMltKK > : Lb Lb lb

chosen from the senior group to,with hr sister Mrs A. Miller. .Forsythe, V A Carlson and Mrs > OF ((nJ nRn:

attend the short course in Talla- :and her R. Cunningham spent Tuesday in C7 '- ., __ .._ <_ -c-:: ... ,
I :T't tht'r. Mrs R. K Wagner Jacksonville
ha5.\t" I who I
is recuperating from I
Three member of me Green.major op ration. a'i I,I A group of church workers iron- f.i LAND O'SUNSHINE Pure Creamery p

family celebrated their birthdayswith : Mrs ManGreen the I {cP..ae Baptist Church heldprajer
spent this _
a dinner at the Leslie Greenhome services at the hut. of ''
I P1it week vrptD
visiting her sisterinjlaw. 1
Q
'
Mrs Ida
Sunday Honor guests wtlrt'I' Mrs[ Gentry Tuesda\ nigh C
i Virgie Hale in Worthington
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"" the celebrated! '
Grace Dukes Pearl Marker and s the b ri-;
prLngs.Mr.
Leslie Green. I days of Mrs Gentry and Jim Austin Pound DQ
.
and Mrs
Jack listen
The dinner was served buffetstle ofJacksonrille serving cake and punch QM
decorated Beach were visiting Mr and Mrs 1
with a huge birthday Walter Forsythe
a:
Jack's mother Mrs
cake being shared by th eSunday and MondayI Ralph. Hazen and daughters of Miami spent j jseveral Here's your chance to see... -- ------- --1 E:
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three I and Mrs days with Mr Fors the's i Compleh nab mod.l. ef U. S. No. 1 Flo. Hastings U. S. No. 1 Yellow
Earl !:;I
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joining wereMr : parents r. and Mrs Ray For- j conenhonoi 1 and functional
and Mrs Roy Green andlamilv. 'dau htt'r. Linda Gayle were in I I sythe, returning home Sunday j farm b.o.1cI"9"Compl. COFRNc i
a Mr Mrs Earl Green i!Jacksonville on.1Snes.s/ ; Thursday -. ...
and of last week. Mr and Mrs. Spencer Baker of applicolio" dttaief )! FARM I INSTITUTE I Potatoes SQUASH
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and familv. Mr and Mrs Wilson 'I Tifton. Ga. were weekend: guestsof Ityneldt L hme Aluminum
:::: Green and daughters. Mrs J V. Mr and Mrs. Robert fliers and the Jim Austins. Mrs Baker Building Product*. Display, Coach

Edwards Sr. Coy Edwards. Mr i d u htt'Na.1c}' and Linda, of and Mrs Austin are sisters The So"'pk.-d."iptl. lilcrarur

and Mrs Howard luLu and Gune.iilWt'rt'! Friday eight men folks went fishing Friday op04iatien inilrwclient. Brought To You BygLel4f4o4'P 5 Ears 29c 10 Lbs39c 3 Lbs25c I

1r" family Mr and Mrs. M O Har- .guests f the Bill Bighara.Wo :[catching a nice string of bass SOtTHERSTATES

- :; rell and seen William. Miss Jiirmy are happy to report that ,: Other recent guests of the Austins IRON ROOFING CO.
g e Cole of tarkt', Miss Betty Ann E\el>'n Padgett; daughter of Mr I 1 I were their daughter. Mrs Joseph -
Crosby. Miss !V>llyann Wait. Mrs 1 i and Mrs Coleman Padgett is i iNonvick; and children of Jackson- 1cosei IX FRONT OF COUBTHOU5JK:
rrwr I ICE CREAM
Rosa Pinholster. Mrs Man- Crew back in school. Evelyn has been vile: 21' 1 1'\1. -5SO PM. APRIL 1 Pint SUPERBRAND
:; Mrs Lily Cone ).[r. and Mrs. :a at 1 ,
patient Hope Haven Hospitalin : Ernest Firestone and daughter With 4 Plcs. RUSO Sliced Sweetened, Frozen
_ Ernest Edwards and seen Gene. Jacksonville and we hear she I iMrs. John Boles and her daughter -
Mr and Mrs Clyde Cone (will have to return soon for See It Tues.
of Paradise Trailer Park near April 21 ADMISSION FREE Strawberries 4 Pkl. 99c
Set Z J Davis of Ft Bragg further treatment Best to Gainesville r
you. were Sundav.' alien: !
N C and Mrs[ Daxisi".d laugh Evelyn at I
the home of Mrs Agr.es Lawr- \

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.tae) will tJe hld) May 2 at p rr.it I '-\.11'\ :-. S..' :.:! n'rr.-g: and l\0-:

HEILBRONNb Oscar Carter's store Proceed GRAHAM 1 BAYLESS HMAY\ : :'::::6i Have Coke. its the

from this sale will be used in thebuilding j M.ased Bro Gwin at pray T ; a ,

> Marian Norman program now in progress b>' Mr*. Bonnie McHinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I by Mrs, O. E Crosby I 're iaig Wednesday night. Mrs .
irrrui I | Gm said he was in Lake CityI I
Wlllllllulllllllllllle1VMt' WWWWWLUJLUSgt hospital under observation '
of

Mrrtlng ', her Mrs Training Mildred Union Sapp Class entertained with a and Mrs Ottis M< K.r.nt- I Church Nrus I I speciaL He returned home the : to shop

The Hulbronn WMU met I last ,nodal at her home Tuesday night. and rhuiiren of Columbus! Ga \-1 Earless Hiway Baptist church l last of the week. ; refreshinq waq

ill J Friday night at the churrh with Outdoor games were played after ted his parents, Mr and began observance of youth week I Saw Rev Karnes in Starke the :

'hI' president. Mr Haney Mr- which refreshments were servedto John McKinney, for a few days. I Sunday at 11 o'clock The morn other day. He has been sick with

rarthy presiding. Mrs Johnnie ,, about 20 guests Mrs Sapp I Mr and Mrs L. E. Ratliff were I ling message was bought by Paul i: the flu but was feeling better. Ue r

O,wart had charge of the program was assisted in entertaining by I,in Gainesville Monday on business. II Downey of Starke. A large crowd I: has lost lots of ueight.Ve have I ,\ #I'"'-- ::>
: on the theme, "Missionaries '' Mrs Han'ey115On.. Mrs. Lean I "Morrow" liatliff has been attended in spite of a torrent of :been missing him at church. I ) ..

.n Mexico". ,:Norman, Mrs Othma Norman, and home on furlough visiting his i!i\\i- n. Those who missed Paul's !! Rudolph Sapp who was inducted ,. .t

Following the program a bus-! :''Mrs I Ancel ::orman.I I'I'I parents Mr and Mrs L. E. Rat- ''!1sermon" really missed a blessing. I, in Uncle Sam's army last i ii I l

news wsslon wa held and plans ,]I1'11 I I (; Party I II lift. |JHe I has the potentialities of be- (week returned to his home Saturday .. \...

-. were made for the Training Union I i iaftsociational I Mrs T N. Norman entertainedi I Mr and Mrs. Foster Reynolds I Ii ]I coming a good preacher. All the Seems at though the per-
officers meeting to i i i the WMU of P.aIea3 Highway: i and family of Norfolk, Va. spentthe ..offices of the church are being I.sonnel misplaced his papers I t )

be held at the church Friday I I I Church with tacky party Thursday weekend with Mr. and Mrs : filled by the young people thi_
night April 17 Plans were also night of last week. Those at- F T. Abernathy. I II'I, week. Rev G'oinill fill the |I home. Bet he is h\irg ir s\spt'n": .. .. t
made to tell at auction the quiltSfuntcut tending had a good laugh at each Bill Cain is at home after spending I''pulpit: next Sunday at 11 a. m JUS! \\r.g <- t>t .ai .M ,ig.i: i

t other, after which a fried chicken two weeks in Alachua General -I for regular service. Even one :*

supper was enjoyed Hospital.Mr I I invited to attend. 1 1 '
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to saving The 4-H boys and girls held and Mrs:. Walker from Ala- 11'rntonal) Items -- I N/ (
their last Fri- I bama The J R. Kelly's ..nnl regular meetings spent _the weekend with Mri I
PIE !kgCrf day afternoon. ;i and Mrs. Fl: T. Abernathy. Rotary District AssembK: .r, n\e t

r Saturday guests of the Ancilmans I Sgt. and Mrs Edward G Clayton Oak' Monday They reported a I I

;. were Claude Prescott of Teaneck. N J. visited with j wonderful meeting. lots <>< Tnn 1(1 +. u P

0 j 1 I bir 4mj son and his mother. Mrs i Mr and Mrs James A. Griffis fora ,and a busy day for Mr Kl'lwhl'!: r I) 1 I f, 111 (
Do hu i'resrott. of Brooker. few days. Mrs. Clayton, who is I jis president elect of the :-ta'ke; ; "

11,,<> Sap had the misfortune to Mrs. Gnffu sister is the former :I Rotary club.
bnak hit arT by falling from a Ann Talk i I Mr. and Mrs C C Cro-b\ a.1:

'r''e at the J. C. Sapp's. i I i James A. Griffis left for induc- (I son Buie. voted relatives in Ja<.ksonville \ \ \ (

tion into the 6. Saturday afternoon. : *=**
Army on April -
Recent Birth i t Mrs. Will Melton and son I I Mr. and Mrs. A C. Ellis were fcfeGoQ> fT3 6- ( \ I

I Gene. and Mrs. Annie Ward and transacting business in Miami \\1 J

{aI M, tnd Mrs R S Bird. Jr. of i i children of Waldo visited Mr. and I last week. Their farm is like: :

I r heel 'I.I.r.l.vllhannounce; i !! : the birth ...ft '; >Mrs John McKinney::: Friday night.everyone elses now, so wet that I I'I

IEt -.Ir f Ft 'I'I'I
:jf Ii .:: !'Ke .M.ithtia General Hos- heartfelt S>VT pathy to Mrs HorareSihrjfieltt I[orchard.

pit,il! MM: Bud LI the ;,.:nlt'r of :New River on the I I Mr and Mrs Bill Graham of'Jacksonville l :

I Nancy:: I..-e Knight f",mel n- 'leath of her husband, formerly and Mr. Graham'i ,
of Graham. i i, P. F !: 1 1 a I II
ieiit Starke
i 'II i I mother of Philadelphia were visiting J
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r1J.W1(" and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Hew _. Ctl lhVoycmc Howard Brown last i Enjoy modern cooking at its best
i a -oy to w"t y tOday week.
3 pits Hoi Cutting S.t and g>"c* / Counsels
Helpful J the 1953
.
Ovtry member of the fomily o smooth no"r Mr. and Mrs. William Crosb> new feature-packed -

cut* tonightTK lo,ci>a H.:, CvttMig S.t Includes. the 'and children were visiting Mrs,. Magic Chef gas range.Total .
lar< Ixtrx Cl'ppc; ;.t and 'I # R, ,
>" ( to qv' / Always Available Crosby's father, Mr. Alston, inZephjhilLs i, t I
.
powvrtwl that it coqIon oohl'Oft.' it
'(.:Ikly I witKowt. rk nipping or ho r pwflipg' ; I last \\trk Mr Al.storII 5C 1 1 I rt

.Nicktl hand for flotid taty ond&n.a> IF.abk, Hard lubber Comb that it 'o\i lo Take' advantage; (if our experience knowledge and \\hUe-tace bull and Sherry a a
hold and hold ho. fimly whilt
ulling; I
1"0 Follow InitfucliOn pool 1tlt, youImply trained judgement: for advice and help in financial small' electric sewing machine: for r ar
and dcaily tup by ftp how to boon \
their birthda
>-s. They were boll 1
lipfrt hair cutlerSlol matters. Our officers are available ready and ; 1
taking lodoy with, thit wondcful. 'oty. very happy over their present Price 308.05
I
10 UK har cutting ",. Atk for lATClNf wantinji to jji\e > our financial problem careful thoughtand : l
Hair Cutting S.i only $10 U at Mrs. Betty Kirby and daughter
: consideration invite jou to come in anytime. Trade-In 30.05 1
Eddy Faye, and ShermanCrosby I
i i spent the weekend in

KOCH KEYSTONE STATE BANK Jacksonville with Otis Craw fords. $278-00 p J Look for the familiar red cooler

Sherman also visited H. J. Braddock ,

DRUG a patient at St. Luke's Hospital .'I'j j + when shopping calls for a pause.
STOREI '.Th(' Fri'fldllHUllk' and Miss Anne Austin who) 30 Months al $11.10 -

Fla.1VAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAii I i jis in Nurses training.. Coke brings you quick rcfrcshmcnt-
Phone 53 !
Starke, I Keystone: lIeit.htoFla.: : i Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Callahon I
t : 1. ill Ii II f iif 1 f
_. _. _. _. _._. _. _. _. _. _. _._. _. _. _. . . - of Jacksonville spent the weekend I' helps you be yourself again.
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with Mrs. Callahan's folks, the Central Florida

II II CrosbsI I OilliO UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA.COIA COMPANY |Y

f -, ; 1j\, \. .1\.; I Oscar. Beverly Joe and I went 1 Gas & Appliance Co. STA11KE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
I : : lover to eat sup-per with )Ir. and;
"CoV@" It o registered trade.morti e 't53 THf COCA,COU COMPANY
\ I Mrs Howard Brown Saturda\ ,;I Phone 301 Starke Fla.
night.. I kept wondering why Mrs
I I Brown had such a cute twinklein : -- --1 .
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: a chance to tell me she had prepared

a surprise birthday suppet
I ,for Aunt Neta (Howard's mother).
I d I an
f I Ily We all gathered around the table, \ -
COme1 '
and Mary came out with a beautiful i rtJ

birthday cake. Aunt Neta P\\O"l

a was really surprised. She said: 1/Ii'....
that was the first surprise supper

I she had ever had. Aunt Neta received \, \
y vY '
i! sfme lovely gifts. Uncle
Charlie and Aunt Lizzie McKinney 1
i
and son and daughter-in-law

.y a jzs ,I Hay and Bertie, also enjoyed this
affair.

lam Rain please stop, say The}'re here! Over 190 ti

all the farmers. I don't think J 1 completely new Ford --,- --' /
have ever seen as much rain !in Truck mode in
a tremendously -
1 all life I have last
my as ; this expanded line' '' ,r =
w eek. Looks as if all the crops are! ; _
Pickups to 55,000lb.G.C.W. .
ruined. I know Fred Haislop's,, .. $ q
BIG JOBS! Ford '
Levy Norman's and Hutley Clark' ,
f Irish potatoes are ruined, along. Trucks are completely < < -- )
NEW from cab
e1/ to axles-
with Oscar and William Crosby'
beans. Hear William had to plow II!: with a wealth of new time- ,

up his tobacco. Maybe the fortu paving features to GET t

___ -- nate ones to save a little producewill JOBS DONE FAST! t r .
s be rewarded in dollars and I I ,I I
cents. /r''/; O--".'
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Iii : \1 lI I Want to buy a pig? Bernice! J t : ?" *
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I I 1 \, Kelly has eight nice, registered i\W)4. ., :
1t I II
I Red Durocs. She says she is goingto F BOO Hi* Jb with
\ sell them when they are eight iJtiuti ( fib tiluare uj

/., 21-Inch KtrbyEIGtetev ;: weeks old.Wonder. '
t.on isles!-and t! why all the young men

I r' 21-Inch the kerbvgivCU reception big I 1 j in our neighborhood are shopping For 53. the easiest

". I II I Cobi"et It fnlshed In around for new suits. One name .. driving

i I, chased anrloue I Ii ly Bobby Crosby has already purchased ,
real 1 t. ta I his. it be
i cats auty : Could Spring

,._., jl i o your IewIM Fome.\match A'>o-geontaletta ovoil-, j fever or wedding bells? How boutit smoothest


.,\ :r M"Jel.,.'ban*3C3, extra.. Tad., fell.) as IMrtyLouise ?Norman entertained witha riding trucks of all time !


--> tacky party at her home Thursday -

I $269.95 night April 9, for the W. M. Completely/ / JIME-SAVIHG
new
U. of Bayless Hiway church features to GET JOBS DONE FAST !

Several members were present
.
dressed .
in appropriate regalia
Everyone enjoyed: a delicious NEW "DRIVERIZED" CABS cut driverfatigue Drive or Overdrive available at extra

h'AJew2I"I chicken dinner and a collectionwas : -l New wider, adjustable seat cost in all half-tonners! Steering
taken for foreign missions t
; with non-sag springs and shock
Larry Crosby is home this column shift on dl! 3-speed trans-
;
I week with chicken pox also J I I Ij !;nub bor.! New one-piece curved windmissions! NEW SHORTER TURNING!

iw.! Thomas son of Mr and Mrs. I. shield-55r bigger! NEW
,
TRANSMISSIONS New springs! New brakes! New wide-
M J. Thomas I missed J. W. in p '
,; school. He is in my second grad *r Widest choice in truck track, set-back front axles, sharper

Sure glad to have Mr .ind Mrs. I history .3-,4- and 5-speeds. andthey're !
steering angle NEW LOW-FRICTION
-finer. $169.95 '
i I.
5 zndon/u
s
/JoW
; all Synchro-Silent type! No POWER! Choice of 5 great engines

; LET US FILE YOUR SAWon \. )"'" doubleeJutchingew! Fordomatic V-8 or Six!
1. Improved "Magic Monitor':.;.-. tvi t.fivtty; for better TV viewing end listening. g' m
New
Foley
- tern now ct peck-point of effkiency-gives I I our
4. New uttomatic: UHF-VHF tuner ten reclearereoderpictureseutamatkalye Wi
; ) ceive all stations in any area.T-rke; as sensitive I AUTOMATIC SAW FILER I New "Drivemed" Cobs Choose Choose from over 190 completely new '!Ford Economy
.
. 2. ImptoveJ"Dep Image" picture tube- either the Standard or Deluxe
other UHF
cs many Timers (Optional, extra).
rli the electron beam has been refined to micro- I They'll cut 'fC* (shown with 16 "custom extras Truck models I there's the one right truck for your I job !
I 5. New wider of cabinets 5
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range -mere:
L at slight additional ;
like i cost.
'norpness. And; the superfine phosphor screen I new when_
i
:.-=-: ( 1 Is cocted with Futons' cf tiny crystals, fcr new styles than ever before! fled on our y I II

] fll\erodHp-ma f / pictures. Other KCA VIctor medals! priced from $1999) t precision mr.chjre. It t,tk t i .
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I 3. New long-distance reception steps tp Ask oboui the RCA Viccr Fcctcry-Serv :
few '
5 picture performance and Increases sound sen- Contract.: m.atesyou SEE US TODAY!,
.... : I have J
taws that cut cleaner, truer, SAVE TIME SAVE MONEY LAST LONGER PD.Ar. I

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- ---- sSrSSSSSr rJ rSS.1 S__I- 4 I!Woman's Club \ Miss RobertsonTo Parish House Scene Winsome Class 11l' \\ Hlla \\h.'n F'TFR- .
r'll 'I I -s-srsr ..., .. .. : .
KR t Sees School FashionsAt I Wed Mr. Tilley Of Silver Teas Has.nnual .ffor ihe btM fouitaiu ',.1 ;: I.r't; A 'i'1..
SocialThe
(pen at onl!) JJ.S7Mde \arlr t> *" -r F'drg: ':' "',.. "",-.-,' .

\ of rolorx and point at Ut...\n. 'hls.ntlt'n,. .
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the April rr.e -Ung of th- Marks Parish House encr. \Vinson-.e Siir.d.i. ?ih,. F..ll. 1" : 1 ;
, itin COt VTTEI.KKAFH.: (. F' ,;.' "I ( it. 'h. '" ,0\1 i
!S'arke Woman's Club held: WJ- :..' h Street was the setting for Cla- of the Firs Baptist Oh.irxh !( ", f the ,"..-'- : S

nesda)' afternoon of last week -.*: .4'.r' a D< iiitiful silver] tea given Thurs- held its annual Stx'ai; m the rtv-' n .1\ .
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annual reports from charm-:. :' !.-.., a.crnoon of list week by the reation room of the church last >OTUK TO ,rrEn }I.!."\ 1 "\

1- departments and co-Tmit'-es ., err A .c.n of St. Mark's EscopalTir Tuesday even 'i= 1 i las.,..rtmilt..Ji. ; a. Cmirt.("11.....Rr.JI.rd... Cmmmty. I?.,. ... .
Th" ? -h. : : '
e
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Gladys Mooty given '. .. n All regular numbers of the '" t.: .- --I w i. .. .
Parsh House was attrartivee :-" v' < 'p ,' !' ., T '. .\ ; .
I'hone 35Wedding : Mrs. C. II Nasworthpr -.-. class and several in-semcv tr.err- C' '.
i : \ lr.lted with seasonal blos- >of Ire Toppr.ir
!dent presided over the n.rtrting! bers were invited. Then the la.i-.e: # ,
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------------------------------- *.!1' .- .n pastel shades A faniprd '.
the annual invited their husbands In :: i
and following report- a I
Circles the May Breakfast plans w.-re .i:...-- ...< arrangement of pink and there were about 50 in attend tr eSpecial S' : .
- Plans Baptist Easter lilies calls lii
n'c: giadioli. .
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cussed.! Tte Breakfast will be l in: ,7 guests for th,> o. .\-..."
I ..- and white chrysanthemums B
,. Are Announced Hold MeetingsMembers the form of a covered dish 1 m h- rere Rev. and Mrs L I> IU.eMrs ;: .' A- -' I -' .
be held May 13 at 12 :rt.'tKcd on either side by yellow L. F. Dinkins and .- -, -. -- : :. --1 :: !f5: :.
eon to plans
of the I-la Dirby Circle J! :rung candles was the decorative
;j.g; M.s Evelyn Warren daughter I o'clock noon. and will be open toJunior )Bill Cotton and Aliese Law son 4
the
ofLa of the Baptist WMU met at I I irature of the mmtel. The tea j
Warren 44
.i of Mr and Mrs J E. and Senior club members 'focahsts. STARKE -
home of MrS E Sparks Tuesday ; table was coveredit.1 an imported 4
' *fey. and John Leslie Bradley., i I and their house guests. The club ; The program consisted of a buffet -
and cloth with 4
afternoon with 11 members : cutwork insets of
son of Mr. and Mri J. M Bradley I t'1)1Slton present. Mrs. Sparks. voted to sponsor a cancer drive .,:' ;. ; '>: .. 'I'I point de venise lace, and centered I j supper games and contests :I 4
I
.,< the State Farm, whose mar- I I 1 :" .... [ RADIOS TV SERVICE 3
I! program leader, opened the meeting film to be shown at the club house .: i- ; ::- with a graceful arrangement of i,froup singing and special singing

najc- will take place on May 9'j with sentence prayers Mrs. on April 2S. -.';, '.. .. I\i j pink roses, pink sweet peas, and !'The games and contests were under -o 4
haW' completed! plans for their that ., .>. '" -. 1 '4I the direction of Mrs Martha 4
announced
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H A. Thomaj gave the devotional !| Mrs. Nasworthy I I blue iris :n a silver bowl. FLanking -
Reasonable
"..d.llng. Thc>e taking part on the program ; the annual State Woman's Club .; '. "/ i I the centerpiece were lighted j'Vancey; the group singing wu t Guaranteed Service 4
will at I I .. 4
The vowi be pledged were Mrs F. F Hume. Mrs W. L. meeting will be held in Miami on I pink tapers in branched silver can- '4 conducted by Rev HamtIJ: -> On All 4

pm in the Ilalford Baptut Andrews and Mrs. D. L. ThoniisMrs. i April 21 and 22. to which she will The engagement of Miss Emma delabra. t j':Lawson one of our !local ta'.irtt.i: ; I Makes Radios or TV 4 4

( hur h, lUlford. After the cereiMinv L'ynn presided over the : appoint two delegates to attend Rita Robertson of Gainesville, { Greeting the guests at the door 'vocalists, and Mr Cott imi-., I' -_ .4 4

the groom'j parents will en-I business meeting.litf The club kitchen shower was further daughter of Mrs. M. J. Collins of were Mrs. George Miller and Mrs. |I director of the Hasunp.Ha::-' g 11 YOni UMNO OK T\ SKT; 1 Is 4

,Ni'.nn at a reception at their served the H. C Brown. The line ,Church rendeed the '." 4
re hn.ents were by I discussed and a free will contribution Raiford and the late John R. receiving ; :: I ..r l NOT (1 iiMir; 4
h.an.. No invitations are being hostess, assisted by Mrs. D. 1_. i was received from members Robertson to Donald Ray Tilley. which formed in front of the large music They sang: t'\.j ,: .. : 1f' : 4

...U' but all friends and relatives Thomas and Mrs WiLion The : present to be used toward son of Mrs. Robert Shaller of. fireplacevis composed of Mis. then each sang a solo! 1 : t, S \TIS1'.t'i'lo\ 4 4

',f '?..- ( ouple are invited to both next meeting will be at the home : the kitchen needs. Members also Mattie Gahagan. Mrs. Raymond E Mrs. Tommie Noun '.\ .>- r"p1' 4

t-inony and reception. of Mrs I' M. Barefoot. offered to contribute kitchen has Starke been and announced the late by Edgar the motherof Tilley MacBlam, Mrs. Stanley Noegel. Mistress of Ceremony MMund : I I -1' .; Call i9'y' At Once 4 4 4

items toward this project. : Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum, Mrs. Her- > is the class teat ht-i! 4
the bride-elect. '
InitiationSet : Thf' Business Women's Circle met I bert Thomas, and the Rev. Mr ---- 4
BPW During the Mrs. -
Monday evening. April 13. in the j I program Miss Robertson attended ArcherHi MicBlam :: :.:..:' 1 L: l.11I th'l'l \t'\1 I H.'Clt \, 4 4
i! Madge McDonald, home economics Welcome Home Party I 1. '\\ u I !t \
For Monday o educational building with 22 members I h School and graduated from L Presiding at the silver coffee ,, 4
: teacher of EHS presented her 4
Mrs. I.. D. Haines Ocala High School. She also For Elmer
present. attended services were :Mrs. L. F. Chapman. Johns r-z
students who modeled the clothes
Th.- B P W. Hub will meet Mon-\gave the devotional and Mrs. Kate HoweH's Business Collegeand Mrs. A. C. Durden Mrs. J. W. Kin- '
J M
tI ,o. evening at 8 o'clock in St. Shepperd had charge of the program ;o they fashioned and made them- is employed by Commercial]I caid, and Miss Clara Leaman: i j }Ir. and Mrs E P I i.e.' -- ...... -- -
selves. Adele Scholl served I
I tt't'\r H..!H for their April \ on "Our NeighborMexico.." as Credit Corp. Music was played during the aft- tamed with a welcorr.f :>.1" .

Others taking part were Mrs. Russell commentator while soft music A graduate of 'trnoon by Mrs Lemuel Colson Elmer Johns in the I.-! ,
!1..tlnJ( 'was played by Mrs. E. K. Perry- I Bradford
Norman Mrs With Mae Den- School in Starke Mr. IIighI'I'' Others assisting were Mrs. Ed- annex Wednesday nigh;:: .
DisDirector Tilley
%fI:; Dorothy Patterson. : man.
ton and Mrs. Fred Pellum. I ward Burns Mrs_ Cottle Mrs ,week. Free TankIYIT11
with the U. S. Navy for six !
years.
.' I of St. Augustine I Refreshments were served during -I Mrs. The '
Refreshments were served by during which time he had I HaiRh Gene Noegel, Mrs. Billy j annex was df 111.> < :

will give the program on the RI"W the hostesses. Mrs. M. L. Lawson ;i,, the social hour by the. hostesses. I foreign service. lIe is now some employee Noegt-1 Mrs Prescott, Mrs : spring flowers for the "

Embli-m. There will also be the Mrs. J. F. Jaudon. Mrs Calvin o I of the Union Finance Corp. George Kopelousos.! and MM. O L. i A large antique table! '..l'. !

have Johns and Mrs. J. T. Tomlmson. f 'I Beasley. I beautifully! decorated .i.. ....
.iiitiatinn of mt'mbersho The wedding will take I I
placeon
Beta Sigma Phi Young girls assisting'in the din- which was inscribed the >\ ; : -
.me into the club during the The Helen! Masters Circle met Friday. May 1. at 6 p.m. at I '
ir.g room were Misses : "Welcome Home. Elmer \
I Betty PURCHASE
>,. ti All new members are es- ,at the home of Mrs. L.t.. Picker Has Rushee Tea the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. i I I el, Melissa Stallings, Gail Duke.Noeg-I II Several games were plavt-,1 ,ii." OF

)I't'. tally urged to atti-nd. I ing. Mrs. Guy Lee gave the devotional Members the I Simmons, uncle and aunt of the I I and Kay Rowland. i. ing the evening and In ,i mi.1 -Ito _

Hostessfoi( the ,vening will and Mrs.. F B Beard had Sigma l Phi Sorority of honored local rush-Beta bride elect, in Archer.No I I! About 150 guests called between ,I make the most words with: tie; ANY NEW\ GAS RANGE
invitations
i I charge of tt>.- program. Those are being sent, I letters in the word "weloi'iM. '
.the hours of 4 and 6. :!
t* I.. iyree liar!manit add Pearl ees at a lovely tea Sunday after- but all friends invited
at-
taking part were Mrs A A. Dur- are to i R. Smith won first
I noon from 3:30: to 4:30: in the'oman's pnz"I
i olson tend.
len and Mrs. Lee The program I I While refreshments
\ w.nn!
Club. Altar Society I
topic wasVoTen Missionariesin prepared group singinK.L' c.
Training Schools Overseas." Spring flowers were used at PresbyterianVomen Elects OfficersThe I with Mrs. John .
: II joyed It : 'J
points of interest. The refreshment
I Mrs f A. J. Thomas closed the I Slade Gas
table' overlaid with a lace Have Circle MeetsCircle I piano. Co.
Ip'wj' meeting with pra>'er.Refreshments cloth, was centeied with a beau- Altar Society of St. Edwards Assisting Mrs. Lee in MTU-IH! :

were served by tiful arrangement of yellow iris No. 1 of the Presbyterian Catholic church held its were Mrs. Johns and Mrcl.i; .u
L
the hostess during the social hour.
April meeting
Tuesday in
evening Conner.
Women of the Church
and mums flanked by burning met at the

Fri. Sat. l17. 1 18 i, Daisy Fowler-met with Mrs. yellow tapers. Mrs. Gene LongDr'si.t home of Mrs. W. J. EppersonJr. :I the recreation hall. Twelve young peojpleiii") ,> "'d 1 11'1I0\E: \1J1\ -T\lhF.: II I I V I
April
I II
the occasion with the !hon '
During the business < 'I'' -
i J. R. Chasteen Jr. The de'o'tlOnal >d over the punch bowl Tuesday evening with Mrs. K. G. I' meeting i -
1)01) il.K: FE.\Tl'HE Duncan, leader presiding. the following officers were elected: and hosts.Lorena. ---- --- -- -- L.,
was led by Mrs Garl Matthews with Mrs. S. G. Denmark inviting I I

Follow The Leader after which Mrs. B. T. guests to the refreshment table. Mrs. Evelyn Cooper had the devotional -|! Mrs. Joe Cumber president: Mrs i ii

Thomas the Guests at and i,Paul Meng, vice-president; I Epperson
presented program were greeted th- door an interesting pro- rS'1
and lluntz Hall
l.ru <
Ior.y j
with Mrs. I. F.. Clark taking part. by Miss Evelynn Newsome. Pres- gram was presented by Mrs J. G. Peggy Shaller, treasurer; Mrs
Circle
-AndBRANDED- Community mission for thpi month ident of the sorority, and Mrs Caldwell. 'George Schaeffer, secretary Plans! : Meeting 0w.

will be providing supplies for a Leon Gray. Vice-President. Refreshments were served by II were discussed for a dance to beheld 'I The Loren.i Eppeis. c( ,' ."

child. At the close of the Ruihp the at the hall on May 2. Mrs I II .. .
enjoying tea ,
needy were
\\ itta .Man l.ailtl s the hostess. The next meetingwill at the home oft Ci..i: < I

p.wting; the hostess served re Mrs. David Montgomery, Mrs. be held at the home of Mrs.V. H L. Morgan, Jr. was elected I with Mrs \\" B Alex-md.-! : <
.\1..., (' &rtu,"" iitI l Serial I president of the NCCW St. Augustine I
freshment.Surprise*. Carl Roberts Mrs. Robert Lee,
\ J. Chandler. hostess. Mrs. Ralph Ah! arei v n-

and Miss Martha Home.Intermediate I Deanery. I do.\ leader the dev-H i onal
I
gave
Sun., ton.-\prill I'J, 20 rHEA TRE Keystone Heights
Circle No. 2 met at the home of had --
Party I Mrs. T. B. Harding charge .
LOST IN ALASKA I iMYF Mrs.V.. T. Jackson, Jr. Tuesday QuickVaughanFriends of the "program on Women Mis- ---

HUll .AtilHit. and I..u (',,,,t"'I.. For Norma GonzalezMr evening with Mrs. Davit Montgomery sionaries. Refreshments were Fri.. Sat. Apr. 17. I is S..EC"I. SJII'J () \(, '
Elects OfficersNew I will be Interestedto
as cohostess.Mrs. here served the hostess dniiii; "h.
,\,...> (t'urt"n uiul X.-\\" an.l Mrs. Tony Gonzalez \V. S. McAllley gave the learn of the marriage of C. H.jQulck social hour.by --- One n,,> Onl\) ---

entertained at a surprise birthday officers of the Intermediate : Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. 2QP'I Tl KSimPHII.. 21.IiItIpsOuwi I
.
devotional. MrsV. T. Jacksonprt'sidl't The May meeting IH h.> !h i.llat J0+N ,
1'ue:;.. April 21ONI.Y party Tuesday evening at the Department of the Methodist thas. H. Quick of Starke. to Miss
over the short businesssession the home of Mrs Ann Paikt-i, THE MIRACLE
The Winning Team :home of Mrs!' Ruby Crosby honor Youth Fellowship were electedat after which Mrs. Herbert I Aleph Vaughan, daughter of Mr. I

ing Miss Norma Gonzalez who was a supper meeting held in the GrJ'en i and Mrs. Jesse! Varnadoe of I IStatenyi1t' '. I' ) I. OF urn) *
gave the program.At : ( \Itt) 01' THANKS: ,,
l> rU Day und .K<-iulJ KeuganA j celebrating her l&th anniversary. recreation hall of the First Ga. The marriage took i I .
the close of the meeting a
No Cartoon und NeusWed. A profusion of spring flowers Methodist Church Sunday eveningThe place on Easter Sunday in the wish to express our hi ait- 'tLIITON 7 'is.. Lady Of Fatima
I I'I''e
were used to decorate the home I following were elected: surprise' stork shower was given ; k'park. Ga. Methodist Church. to all our fuendand 5g4( WEBB /. JCf '*'MI> ri'-H' In Technicolor I

!.. Thur.-April 22. 2.1DOriU.K :, I for the occasion. The three-tiered! .President, Tom Long; Vice President in honor of Mrs. John Mixon. The :The bridegroom i3 l a former resident -I neighbors for the flowers and !or No Advance in Prices.

,birthday cake, embossed in pink I Henry Richarde; Secretary home was decorated with lovely ': of Starke and is employed by I the sympathy shown towaid uMI S un., Mon. .\pro I U 9.) 20( ______________

: FEATURE: : I anti green and set in a bed of Sandra Taylor; Treasurer. Archie I bouquets of spring flowers for i the Hercules Powder Co. our time of sorrow. It has made n- \\ l'd.. Thur. \Ilf 22 2..t)

The Narrow Margin' ':'yellow gladioli blossoms, centeredthe Green; Youth Fund Treasurer, the occasion. The many lovelyand I our grief much easier to t>"ai ---
to THE U.- '. \.. I
I useful gifts were presented
refreshment table. Ann Taylor. The John.Moody familyC.MU1 M-G-M .
( lurl.i MHirau' and Marie the honoree in a doll carriage. [W.M.U. NoticeThe i 1.i 1 t : HMU "..
outdoor T
\\1n..or | The 60 guests enjoyed Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell presided ABOVE

games and group singing indoors at the supper and introduced During the social hour refreshments Baptist W. M. U. business 01' Til \NKN ; JAZZ AND
I Iof"S
-\nd- I Miss Gonzalez! received many the new counselors for the evening were served by the hostesa03. and program meeting will be held ; ; :
I We wjsh to thank om u.an> .
lovely! and useful gifts. rreeting of the IntermediateMYF Tuesday April 21, at 12 o'clock BEYONDROBERT
Idol Of The Crowds fnends who sent flowers. tards. ,
Assisting Mr and Mrs Gonzalez as Mrs. M. W Cressler and at the Baptist Educational Building

\\ lib John \\'u'ne 'n servingerc Mrs Vernie I, Miss Anne Cressler. Other adults WSCS Meetings I at which time a covered dish I'and other remembrances: while .
I Mrs Miles was in the hospital TAYLOR
,\M St'\'" Thornton Mrs Lui KII. Conner and 1 present for the supper were Mrs. luncheon will be served. TECHNICOLOR
Held ThisVeek They did much to speed her recovery -
Mrs. Ruby Crosby IT. G Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. I
I Mrs. E. M. Rooks of Gainesvillewas and will always be a bright DANNY THOMAS PfGGY lEE PARKER

. . ,, . . .LALAAAALkkL T. H. Slade. Mr. Shade is the Mrs Leslie Bipgs and Mrs. Merrill \ in Mr and ELEANOR -
AAAAAA AAAAAA..AA.. A&& 6&6&&AA&AA&A------- I i the guest Tuesday of Dr and spot our memory
teacher for the Intermediate Sunday
ftft Struth were hostesses to 'he'"0 Mrs. \\'. E. Middleton. ;Mrs E F. Miles. -- -- .

DENMARK'S 'HIT OF THE WEEK'roruSTAR ftft- School class. members of Cm'lt'0.. 1 of the'I --- -- -- .
3 The new officers will be installed -
ftft 'I \First Methodist Church Tuesday I
Sunday April 19 at 6:30p :
ftft morning. April 7. in the educational -

L I'SK 01 RHI ftft m. I building. In the absence of 1 THESE FEATURES.
* TRUCK OWNERS : ALL .
I.TPI.'N(
FETlIU'; : : ftl Mi and Mrs J, B Cottrell had Mrs. L A. Davis circle leader. I .

3 aJg tI. st-i Thursdy of loot week. Mrs. T H. Slade presided over t -

tt MiH I! B Garrett and Mr and I the buio ness. She gave an interesting GREATEST MANEUVERABILITY of the .1 I leaders!

1 1 tfr Mi.R I A Lee of Jaik.Mnville, : talk on her recent visitt quality I aynu time and effort

'I.4 frft t Cuba describing the missionary You get Dodge high, 7 engines POWERFUL brand-new ENGINES Of the, with:a leading 100 to true I 171 k h manu-p.-3

.4 4 ftft ftft u'<>rk that is being done there and (sat.tUr.,,:...u C', .nn... i..>n. .-. .flW<. HH manv engines as IJc"hcc'
4. ftft the great field for more work. TRANSMISSION with fjyrol Fluid

.4 .. I '. i at t new lower prices J! TRUCK.O-MATIC Drive, for the best l in shift-free dnving Available in

ftI ( 'n!< 1 le 2 met Monday afternoon ] li-: and 4-ton models.

.4 i': '. .W at the home of Mrs Daisy SUPERSAU BRAKES of the advanced dual primary"
.4 _ Ir' type in through 4-ton trucks. Of the "Big :i,
: nan with Mrs. J. B. Cottrell :,
$61.00 Dodge offers these up-to-date brake
UP TO only
I LOWERED
h.-stess. Lovely iris. pansies PRICES
____ :::4: } More power in the land 2-ton range than the
: ; .-es were used to decorate |i other 2 leading makes.

". ; After short liiled at right (values that only Dodge, of including -
ii\ng: room. a t All the extra values More pick-up bodies than the other 2 leaders,

*i. IOS.N session held by Mrs. J. H. the 3 leading makes, gives* you) _at _loweMhon-evef_ _ _co_,Ul I new UfAwheelbai 'yton pick-up.
I Ft-1: the chairman, Mrs E. K. /Hon-panel payload and cubic capacity of

r : man had charge of the wor Today you get even more for your money with Dodgel! t rea3teld ers.

\ l lk .i-frvice.. Program chairman.M Fluid coupling, for smoother traction in li- H- and

\ \,. ,; M M R. Judd presented a t New lower prices ofl Dodge and I.ton models, offered only by Dodge.
.k Plymouth cart, tool '0 -.5.. models to assure cleaner fuel and
all
'4 S I: 1( you've been hankering for :a -: .MMal program being assisted 2 fuel filters on

4 \ new, stream' 1 camera: or b. Miss Kate Struth and Mrs.M #-.4 cleaner engine..
1 clean oil just below top;
4 'S Floating oil intake selects
4 ..' ii I p photo: equipment lire's juur: :-an Richarde. Mrs. F. H. bottom of crankcase.Waterdistributing .
-< avoids M-diment at
4 chance. ..
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4 Long was welcomed after an extended tube on all model directly cools

:4 ( Actual Photograph front our MiHr Stock) Erinj us your oJ! camera fjrtop illness. Refreshments were )____ valve seats means longer valve life.
4
- 4 PUICE by the hostess. ,, Exhaust valve seat inserts on all
4 5Pc. CHROllELE cur new photo equipment. Comein life.
: : I I' S;.: valve beating longer engine
NOW while trade-ins still Circle 3 met in the Ladies Bible) t ___5-___ I 4-ring pistons on all engir.es save oil upkeep.

have highvaue.! Class room with Mrs. 0 L. parking broke on all models is ample,
fr ; Independent ii
44 DINEHES $57 look these specials over Haynes, hostess. Mrs. A. Wood 5cient< ',".erful.

I : leader conducted the business session Cyclebond brake linings last longer no rivets to is.

: He \ u. > Polaroid "Picture in a1inute" Mrs. Miller read an art.e: ',;. Core brake drums.

-3 44 ; 69.95 t Camera S60.00' entitled "Missionaries in Kl.; .. S ;. -, ;. -, Oriflow shock absorbers on .,-, and 1-ton models E:
riding.
what Christian soldierf S / :.. Kive >>mootti
4 Eastman N i ijjilant 620:! 13.00 telling distribution for extra payload.
4 Your Choice of (;H'l'n (;rYdlll\\' Ked doing in Okinawa. Mrs A Z : Better balanced weight

KTZ3: 4. 0' J Artu2; 33mm \\ithr i''Adkins read a report from A- "
4 Note The Extra Quality ( The e Chairs I
4.4 l'a>eFla.xh __ ___ "MJ.)- OU including the hospital at Ra; i- ; AND LOWER! PRICES, TOO !

HKXWH AKTKKS: KOK : TII.\YEn (CK1HS HKill; I Argus3 Uae & where Dr. Hardee is. Mr- \ J: ) --
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-- FHEEZEHSDENMARK Garden of t'.e Bible'. '

SS '.4-I Hro nie Keflex S: 7.50 :he Refreshments rostess.Legion were st.r. : %-ton through 4-ton DaD Ii E4'T: R LI IK5:


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Bf'iI' n al..1 MrJa W .;ur.i) fiazcn; Jr ar. i Mr.- .-'

f.iamesYllle were visiting fnenoa mans will leave= Sar da\ .

-.*'.. Fnday J for Miami to attend the :-

Col! and Mrs O \\'. Griffin and Federation ofVoma- -

t ,laughter: and MiD Sue Biggs of Convention at the Colun.r. :

C.IMTHE NEWS IP.ada I St Augustine spent the weekend and Leonard Joe Fnth NoegvL, left Edwa MondJickson. :...'. .-
their Kingsley Lake
at place. .
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I,lf 1 ,.. 11 Mrs Arch Thomas accompaniedher S. C for assg

+ Shin..n J ot.n I'..' ,', ,..\ \1- ': \':: M.'' MI (;llhoole} ,I daughter Miss Clarke Thomas j t tI training Full Fashion units in and the Mt-Arr>h ..Iii.'., atLelia

vi he t'SS Uanlone ..nIf.dk1'a ;' !jjj-r' .rt-t T ,.-via. aguests of Mr !I)! Galnes\' le. on a trip to New|I .,.
H. *lent a five-day leave here n.i M"I : ; : .
Mr and :Mrs Omar v.
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week with his wife arU has..ee Mr and Mrs Frank Hertong .
: (s1: par left Sunday for a three ..ctnvacation -
restsludgr ner rr.other Mrs Mayme I- left last Friday for a visit with in DetrOIt M ch :'.,.. Florida Grade A Dressed & Drawn 'r'
i Toomey Ma>me Eileen pent the friends and relatives in Jackson ,
and Mrs. E. K Perryman i have been living at KuigalI-uv-
left >t,,'F-rdajr for an extended trip I week before Easter with herI ville.Mr. :' while )Ir. Ebelir.g was emp..tY\ .1( z"3/tov9/ Lb
S grandmother.Mrs and Mrs. H L. Brownleeare FRYERS F E S 47C
(o point* .eat and California. I I with the U S. Engineerat l'iilli;
1 Daisy Johnston of Houston spending this week at their Bland:ng.
TTTTTTTTTYYTYTTTTTYYYTTlCLASS j i Texas will arrive Saturday for a I cottage at St. Augustine Beach
Jantzen SMm Suits at
T : 1 i I visit with her mother Mrs D. W. :[ Mr and Mrs C. C. Hoppe of Stump' Mortons Quick Frozen BEEF or All VarietiesCHICKEN ,..
Vfoorr. .Ta.-rpa spent the weekend here
'I Mr and :Mrs W. H. Be...Kt A'-
PUBLICLIABILITY Spt'f'ial Ion NiU'" and Earring : !I with their parents, :Mr and Mrs ( Pot Pies 6Y2-OZ For Ann
I lanta Ga were overnight gut-- Page 0
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*. Mustard sd NwlJafe, C. Durden. and sisters. Mrs 4 89C
of their parents Mr and: Mrs J ,
|'.-n, and Earring" atand..r'i:, O. L. Beasley: and Mrs JV. '
B Cottrell, Thursday ev en ng >i
i IV'atch Repair| MI-.JI. Kincaid. They were joined Sunday last week while enroute to N issui "

INSURANCE j Mr and Mrs. Cecil R. Moore | by their son Jimmy and his I I Mr and Mrs J. B Cottrell!! *. :<. Quick Frozen Boneless B E A N S
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; and sons Larry and James David. I,guest. Miss Shirley Morgan of hosts at a wemer roast to 1*> ovs! 1 ,
I his Mrs I Tampa, who attended the Plantation -
were guests of mother j
I from the Rodeheaver bole hum- Lb
$29-50 ''D W Moon*. Sunday.Mr I Ball at the K A. House in Rainbow Ranch. at the C-f-l! !i. COD FISH FILLETS 19C -- J
O Gainesville .
for and Mrs James Topptns | home at Camp Blanding A>s n.
Representative Jr and daughter. Mayme Eileen ', Special purchase Mi-is; joying the outing were Mi' andrr.i. 1-lb Can

SOUTHERN STATESOld :,of Jacksonville spent Easter with :Swank Ny-Ron Slip., all white L. C. Fisher and Mr an 1 M--!! 1 Oc

( Line Company) Those extending: the Constitutional regular:: length.:: Size 32 to 11.I Montie Vickers who have < ha:_'. Azelia PURE .

Conference of the American :{ : ) of the ranch.
: 5:1.9) value Special S2.9S at
HOSPITAL AND J) LIFEINSURANCE ; t Legion in Gainesville Sunday were '!Stump's. Mr and Mrs. B. .\. Clark or F : PORK SAUSAGE LbBag 39C 21-oz/ can 2 for'9

I ('O. Mr and Mrs. Bill Graham and :' Mrs Joe David of Baldwin Is Lauderdale were weekend Jjt': :- 7C
( hildrrn. Mr and' Mrs Claude with her of Mr and Mrs T L. Casey L
i I staying niece MarkleyI
('i...\SlJO. Dr. and Mrs A Y. Covrvton Mrs. W B. Sewell and 1 M I -
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Ann Johns while Markle Ann'sI
Mr and Mrs Mike Glti -\I K G. Duncan were visiting frui ii i- GREEN GIANT
Senator Mrs
and
parents Charley
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CONNER BROSPhone ... li v. Mis Ray Stone. Mr and E Johns are In Tallahassee during i in Frostproof last weekendi Jane .- ._
Mn Jack Derrp ev. Mrs. :'IaymeT"mt' ; .
: the legislature i i Judge and Mrs A Z AOK n-4
2S5;' 116 f Court St. ', Mr and Mrs I. F.. Clark. : Mrs E. F. Miles! and Miss Doris Mr and Mrs W. H No.l-: ; "' Parker
AI Cro.sbc. S Partin, A. J. Mrs C. II Nasworthy. M-' .nt.'!
Mdticnef spent Tuesday in Jack- .. 303 Cans
Gen. InsuranceStarke Th .nias Ji and Ben Su.slowutttiii !sonville, where Mrs. Miles went Mrs R. F. Young, and Mr1't \ Peas 2 37CCORN
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( 1 li'.r Slip| and liiiwnil 't thost- attend
for a medical check-up followingher ton were among : ,
FloridaiAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAALAA \l 1,,n t trim n. ''U, no ironing a at recent operation. I i the Easter pagent I vh.i h \\ .v-
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1",11. from Easter week i at
Mrs T. Frank Landrum and postponed

girls spent the weekend in Brooks- ':the State Farm Tuesday evening

t ville with Mr and Mrs. J. A. I Mrs F. F. Flume M>s R A

I-andrum !Colson and daughter Mai!:,11.-t! ( / / ,

APRIL IS DIAMOND MONTHSAVE Mr and M\S. George West and !spent Monday in Gainesville NIBlETSWholeKerne/2'2-ozCans33C 1 I

Mis Lemuel Summerhn of Day- j. Mr and Mrs Charles Hardn.nl

1-4 TO 1-3 SAVEOn tona Beach were guests Tuesdayof as guests last Thursday Mi- <: .
Mrs O L. Beasley and Mrs McCauley, Jr. and Jenn.n s' Inch Ea
ANN PAGE
Our Large: Selection of J \\ Kincaid McCauley all of Palatka. PIE 39CK

HEAUTIFUL; AUTt'\lt\'l'U.: A IEHIBE.tTY: Nylon IVtthoats $.'.98 and $3.50at : Mrs. L. N. Pickering, Mrs G.t 14-oz Bottles

AM B()N1)) DIAMOND) ( ) RINGS(; Lrila4.Mr i Matthews, and Mrs. J. E. Hiuie E TCHUP 2 33C
and Mrs W. H Nollman bran spent last Thursday In: J.t K' [ i

Priced at 24.50 to 1000.00 Mere in Jacksonville last Satur- sonville.
iliv and had dinner with their I I Mrs Mae Jones and grands!

Sec Our Window DisplayEd son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mike Jones, of Jacksomill w"<"e SUGAR ROSE

Mrs Crosby Dawkins.W. are guests fcrother-m-law Wednesday and sister of Mrs. Dr.lIOn"I and"1 No 303 Can
Mr[ and Mrs. E. Hayes TOMATOES S 1 OC
Simpson Gem Jewelry spending several weeks touring Mis. W. E. Middleton! I I '
Canada, '!I Friends of little Jane and} R!il I II .- Fresh

Dr and Mrs. W. E. Middletonu Adams, Gerry MooU I.him <
urhl' House of Fine Diamonds"Starke's'Leading ompanifd by Mr and Mrs E. ,White and Gynn Lewis will !I'g!u-t t A & P Seedless Corn

Jeweler! I L Middleton of Jacksonville, willr to learn that they are ( "!1.I1'd! ,

i-nil the annual homecoming at'I to their respective horn s .I. .'h ''RAISINS '5-ozP/cg 15C I
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', I.H Methodist Church in Hort*'use. chicken-pox IIi S cars 2 c
-- .- -- .l; i i this Sunday. i i Holeproof( ;)Ion Hove atStump'
Mi and Mrs A W'' Redgrave .
Etom! rev YKARS OF KXl'KRIRM'K -Ifbiated! their !50th wedding anniversary Mrs c. H. Quick is spending HAPPY KIDSYRU
't KNAKLKS I'S TO (ilVKt Wednesday with a fami- (Lseveial weeks \\'ashmglol1.! Yellow
&
r **, YOU HKTTKR SKI'VIl'Rr 'dinner at their home |D. C. with her son. Ham: Quick No. 5 Jar

ll'ON YOl'K I Mr and Mrs Elmer Johns moved and!l while these I is enjoung the S P 49C oN NS 2 Lbs QCM

u c' h nD AUTO Saturday to Gainesville where aniiiial C'horn Blossom fet..al
I a Ls.a "[r. Johns is aglin dung carpentry
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1 fi or work at the University.Mrs .
I Aunt Jemina White
H L Spers of Tahok.-.
.. G sJ.-4 FURNITUREUPHOLSTERING I Large Juicy
has returned to her home after Lhs
a'ISlt here with her broth. i 11 e CORN MEAL E 5 33C B for

1 1 I.il'e 1\\',-and n sihter Mr: and Mi> i.t: A LEMONS S 6 15C


Beautiful) selection) of dress
atReasonable ANN PAGE
t fabric l hy the yard at Stump's.

I t 4i Prices Mrs L II Green was.r! \ uj, Lb Jar Fresh '
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illTuo d$, ORANGE MARMALADE
triondi in (i.imes\ i\ 19C NSg'2S

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Mrs Merrill Edwards is ".p.ing 35C
You Must Be Satisfied or Your
\\ to.tay! in Jacksonville \\IlL* !M."
sister. Mrs James T. KinihepMr NOW ONLY .
Refunded
Money OUR OWN
n G. Kidd and child it

Ui'S: T.I.IIT OVER YOU ARE I MER NO Richard, Robert. Marcia M Id Kind

OltLKiATION; Mike of Ft. Walton air! : : TEA LbPkg 69C
Wednesday to spend the 1t'11.1'I' 95 POTATOES]

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nf the week with Mrs K11:i'1! .

N. & S. UPHOLSTERY brother-in-law and sister Mr ... :

Mis G B Flynn. pint tn salToy.id PILLSBURY Lbs

Mi and Mrs L G Pov.;..\U ,u! ,. I10a15MARATHON II' 1 0 35C
(rhono l.Vl: : Court S t. Oonnsite t Court House MiMatti,. Gahagan retuitd: .'! PANCAKE MIX 2 20-ozPkg 33C

Mlulav fror. Grahamville! S <

where I tJ'ey attended the fun. i.i. for the easy-riding
I Large HarIvory
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,OT.t's i of Mrs Powell's mothi comfort of

M-N I: Bessie Fripp. Mrs POVM 11 Monroe Whole Kernel Soap, 2 for 25c

THEATRESTARKE 'I..t. | been with her mother .-. SuperCushionTires Cans ',re''kg.'
since last'f'.I. .
( auiibia. S. C.
'CORN 2"oz 2SC
'u'stiaNUon\. Ivory Soap Flakes, 27c

slip: $3.91111 $J.9S .it byGOODJfiE4R
Dedicated Tn Community Service I 'lU's. .1 !Jar!';

IoI,'" Art Better Than E\er" Mrs John Love Wilkes of Jacksonville TALCO Personal Size Ivory 21c

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ai d I here as the is spending guest of her two biother-xvetk; OR Large Uar

cut ad out and present it to Uo\ Office for FREE: TICKKT; ; m-la\v and sister. Judge and Mr FAMOUS MARATHON LAYING GROWING MASH Lava Soap, 3 for 29c

\ Z Adkins.
Sat., April IS: -ONLY 1 Mr and Mrs Neil Joiner R V QUALITY Spick N' Span, Mb pkg 25c
T tit'S" 11 (yL-April I ( .1. J2 Tu1! and Miss Mary Ella Turn..r These rugged Marathons '
nor
nOl'ULE FEATl'KE{ cushion Lb Bag .29 Lb Bag $ .09 Bob-O Cleanser 2 23c
pct l Sunday in Valdosta. Ga your car put 25 $1 1 00 cans
visiting! Mr and Mrs James Reddish extra rubber on the road .d
Keebler Saltines
BATTLINGMARSHAL MAN' for extra grip. Don't take lb pkg 25c
TOUGHEST ... .
5 .. .,
Iwdal oneclae and 1irMustard chances! Come intradenow --- < -. '- ". Hocan
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ring! ,. fed Ntrklact'; .. for low cost Super-
LNIZ0JN 0 Planters Peanuts
IVnand tarring: at Bandersath Cushions by Goodyear. 33c

\\ Kp..\ir hop. CLEANS DISINFECTSDEODORIZES
till Minvt Carton rtvcoioi fc. C**,*M *MIA USE OUR 12-o/ can
MKul: : M Wamwnght and
-,\nd- KPUIUC MOOUCTION Mi! and Mrs J. T. Prevatt Jrpt EASY PAY PLANSEEBEH Armours Treet, 47C

>nt the weekend with Mrs. Wain- \rmour
!-o/ ran
UNTRAINED \\rIrht'S husband Cpl Earl MWamwnght.
Tins "'lan On Hi. 1-uii.r S(i.', I I Vienna Sausage
at Ft. Jackson S C 19C

WOMEN and Iite \\urt ;\C'\\., PlcVtle)' Coley. who ha.. just fr CLOROX \rmour
completed Marine basic tramms at 8'r
Corned
Beef 12-oz
'v Parris Island. S. C. is enjoying a can 49c
Tall".t and Ilorruk
I.. U. ST.AItl.1Ni; :>,u-e at his home here. He WlIl" Armour
::fJ )'lu, "I'lt-nlj IUIotTI. >' ( artoon .
P"irt on May & to San Diego"here C.; I :
and lat (hap lll.uk, I1.twl| s., &rri.tl he will enter lad.o a-; : 1 Beef Stew, lb can 37c

Ihur.. 1.I''n.-.\pn.1 2:? 21 1 telegraph operators school \rmour ( anned
g T. ALDKUM: \I.IN: Frfnds of J. H Hose <.v.'

Cl't to learn that he is se H us .. B L E A. C .11 Beef Hash Mb can 31 :

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'Siy and was taken to Riverside H ( qi9'(

Sun., I"n.- \pril 19. JO C..:"b".rai11111i. : _if******* i :R,1! B.in Alvarez Jacksonville left: Monda\Wednes afc..\ :. I PUSS N' BOOTS Ib can


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. SUSAN HAYWARD :: ))n to attend the National Ass)>
:b! ... 2''
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WARNER ..
: onal Market 11.-
:::::: J \ \: Minagers CAT FOOD 27C
She's Backon ; CHARLTON HESTON .r ': :m Harttord. Conn. He w.L!: ','- r
HALF GALLON
J i QUART ,
: MI7M(, STORE'S laiHbr ::..'-".. Sunday,
jBroadway t :
Curtain Scrim arc per
ihePRESlDEHT'S Prl't' in f hi, ad effective, t thru .dt.. I
1 '''(. >ard at StumpV.M. SERVICE CENTER
'- RGISA! rtl tw ( ( l \pril*lh
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I t lADY Montie Hutch:::;::- :
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, +- It.: .:.' }V.' ':. ':":" : .,. ':;I r iir.e: \nlle was visiting her p"-r.: &
. -.-. '---- .. .- -. _. er.s Mr and 1r.R R HuU'gjs :- STATION 2
I'luo 'llulj la L.i' ( art>x>n an.t ,I .
::: last Wednesday.Mr
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- I'lu "IjttliIM- Quaker larto 'nand .... and Mrs Guy H Sa.e: .r.JLr.da
:r h; .hlt.).!: om..d\' IX GOOD)I.I I.\
l.attMorld N t'S Kay were over-night guests -

of Mr and Mrs. Alton Revert in U. S. 301 at South City Limits .' .
- -> Tallahassee last week j ._ ,- SOl f: Call St. Star.", tl L
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Y TTTTTTTYTYYTTTTTTT Some Far"+s ,,n ran.'er w tool, fI Mrs J b!1n Parker tUrM !., S'U1i1"Y ,. ....' ,........ ert' )I!" -s'': re.x: ,'"r A "t" : un, I hi"I" U----19a2toIO : ;'
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wa.s'er; wtrul tv.. tnen bt.! .'" net posuton at the F-.if.l CjIOr: a.r.d Mrs E J =La'c .- : P"i..
HAMPTON Ross demonstrated 'OanraiBasic i i )I-a.; after t: ;t'ral days iLriess: ...nIOOL SEW... : :,_ .\ :; gu' .5:" in :Jt"J ff'n\j

f1x". EUh, nernber took at her home. ;and reatives from 1IaxV1l1
of this mix home to make I I'lime i Herman Damon: has returned to 11rs. Dan Johnson assisted .trs. J Starke and Jacksonville r

bI". t'm W. HammonduAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA various things such IUi coffeecake i his home in Olean. N. Y. after Perkins in directing the eighth I l1r and Mrs. Ralph Smart and
'grade play last week. We %
the winter with hUI certainly MOEh'NflCHxIREEPOWER
and I spending
peanut butter cot.kies :children ot Jacksonville spent tht'
do
!-tf.rk' ho""r raisin.! muffu-.s. I I daughter "Irs. John Parker and Ii I i appreciate her help. ,weekend wIth relatives in the:
i husband. i i i All of our pupils enjoyed the I
Tnt! Community Hal! was the Then we d15cuset'd ways to i i Easter festivities I II Lawtey area
Mr and trs. Milton Mosher ; last Thursda\
,tung for a stork shower hc.norr.g make money to buy a itche.11 I F R. C"arradine moved his Bus
Mrs. Donahue Crawford range It was decided to gin a I and Gary LoU were in Orlando I Faster egg hunts cd picnics wee ,!statIon and sundries store sup-
the order of the day. Miss P.a.uler-
formerly Miss Margaret Hall i iBuutful play in the near future. We are I Lakeland and Tampa Sunday.Mr. I 'plies to the new location one mile
mixed bouquet were 'trying to furnISh the kitchen !. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen'I' '/I son entertained her first and south of La\\"tey on Hood 301 II

played Iln the tables Which were Miss Ross donated some drinking 'and Irs. M. B. LayfieJd .attended J JUe I second grades with a grand party I HO'Xenr. the gasoline strvice
I' on the school frs. Sullivan.
,'overed. with pretty cloth. glasses "encle Walt" Griffin donated funeral of their gran.jdaughtt campus. station and bus stop for tickets
I assisted by Mrs Perry Sullivan
a large coffee pot several, : and neice Irs. Bob Chandler i wIll continue to be operated with
tamf'lI were played aM prizes took the third and fourth LiN
members have pledged \'ariousl of Clearwater'ednes.1ay.. i iI R. A. Griffis in charge.Mr. .
were '.w.n by Mrs. J. >V. Horne I:grades for a fIeld trip and Easter I
and daughter, Martha.Itefreshmenta I things such as dish towels and I Miss Martha Horne spent the':egg hunt. Miss Horne aM Mrs.Mocher I and Mrs. Jack Reynolds
sernd cloths, and pot hCold ra. As this weekend in Tampa. I 'a."ld children of Baldwin spent the
were to. sponsored an egg hunt fOr
about 25 !r1end.!, ,its I a Community Center and \'aU- Mr. and Mrs. Bill West of Jack- .the fifth and sixth grades andserved weekend with her parents, Mr
:ale for all tars people we are somille and James Horne spent delicious and Mrs R W Mosley.I .
i refreshments PlffERENTIT'S
Mrs Crawford received in
lovely! and useful g'lfts. many !.i asking the readers of this column I the weekend with the O. D Gay's I:I the room. Mrs. Perkins and the I:I SO sl AI R

The 1I0lr.f' Demonstration Club i i to spare donate or don't anything want that for they ulie can in I Lin Dunnellon returning Sunday '!seventh grade went for a walk Abbott And Costello : PATENTED
and were dinner guests of the J.
and returned to school for
met at the Community hail '.the kltcben such as cups plates \\'. Homes. a picnic In 'Lost In Alaska'I RD-119
party under an oak tree. Mrs
Tbul afternoon 1 cONtAiNS
day April 9. with rIOts and pans etc. If anyone has I
rr.enlhers !I Miss Joan Swetne of Gainesville Annie Godwin chaperoned the At Park Sunday :
D [Irel ent. The meeting anything to donate please notify. I i
;; and Miss Florence Gnannt' eighth grade who took a long I
war tailed! to order by frJ. W. Mrs. T. J. Alderman, ITI. Vert
iv lIamnund, president wh also I, W. I of Thl'ressa were Sunday dinner,walk.through the woods and later Bud Abbott and Lou Costello!
non !lade: or frs. W. Ham-I
f'd the dr\'ftJlJns. After a bnrlbustnrxs ,. mond and they wIll be called for I guests in the Sweeney homt' I I11r. had refreshments. on the pla- finished their 17th year as a comedy r R

lI.r.tlnJ. the group alrngwith lOur next meeting will bt" the and frs. Percy Moody of ground. : team and their 30th film together -

bhp. lllrnthy HIb:!. our II.f j second Thursday in May at 1:30: Palatka and Mr. and lrs. Harry ;: Rev and 11rs. It C. Gray and when they completed
Eddy of Waldoen.. Saturday family and Rev. Frank Eifert
> aKf'n' '1'llh..1 l the l'a"'l'hletb -
p m and all ladies who are in- "Lost in Alaska" which will be
Iterested I I in home making and dc. night ViSitOrs of Mr and Mrs.If. were dinner guests of our school?; r
D. May.Mrs. I! last Thursda Just before the :showing at the Park Theatre thisSur.day }
I
are Invited to come.Mrs
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WILL PAY
CASH w. II. Maxwell was : ock- noon hour Re\ Gray, assisted byRe i and 110nday.I .
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.u
I.ouise Maier who has I
rumEn ed by lightning at her home,Sun-I \'. Eifert gave an inspirational j l\htzi Green and Tom well are l
been a patient at the Clinic hospital I I
day while standing by the kit- message in the auditorium. I
co-starred in the comedy
in Starke returned home I zany
For Saw Logs chen slr.k j Rev. Elfeort IS a gifted singer j
Monday evening. of the far north and Bruce Cabot
.AXIJ l'Ul.I'WOOD Mr. and Mrs. "Dub" C"artf'1' of : and will give a religious con'ert tn
Mr. and Mrs Donahue : heads the large supporting cast. = ==----- 1I
craw-I Starke have moved to the Gar- lour I school auditorium on April 17I j' I

A Post Card Will Bring. MeTo ord visited their brother. field Johns place which they recently The public is cordIally invited to In their current ofterir.g, Ab-

See You Inti Mrs f.rnm,. rrawfurlt Jr of purchased Mr. and 'Irs. ,; attend and hear thIS outstanding bott and Costello begin modestly

1.11 ks.mville Sunday Johns are living in Theressa.. Gospel singer. with the San Francisco Fire De- I'
Mr and 5rK l' M Bwthhy of'idmsldl. Wadsworth, our Mayor is in the 90's and end c
D. B. 'Dick' Thomas G. P. : Joan Ryan one of our lovely partment gay 4
(; 10> and Ulan w..n' re- "nJoying new potatoes from his second grade girls has transferred up with a dog sled In the Arctic
1.41fr.( Fla. I b
,.
r
ts 'If Mr and Ifrs
:
I gu
garden. i from our school to Starke. We are, Miss Green the famous child I .
'
A ( !lx.MUNTZ. Irs. Linnie Brown has returned sorry to lose her aDd hope that star now grown up is seen as a

to her work at the Farm Colony I she will soon make many new'I 1 Yukon dance hall girl while Tom \

after! a few days Illness. I friends in the second grade at.'Ewell a new face in Abbott and Try new SincJair POWER-X. the super premium .
Mr and Mrs Rome J. Andrews Starke. Costello films, is seen as Xugge: .

TVIS fir Stark have sold their home We are proud of the church at I'Joe McDermott, owner of a fortune II gasoline with 2 to 18% more knodAree power. :. CONTAINS Ra .119 :

and have bought frs. Taylor's tendlnCe of our pupils and teach I in hidden gold which the .
the school recently On Easter find after I specially refined for better road performance in ::
hrrthr near ers. Sunday t-6 of ou : boys only foiling a gang i ni: :

vat alt'li by Charlie AJ\'art'z. The pupils and all of our teachers wer :Hof desperate kil\er\
NOW IN STARKE I high-compression cars To get maximum perfonnsro;: r u = :
.
Andreas lived .n Hampton 13 In a religious sen'1ce.Dobby I 1 ,

'I'ars ago, and liked our little Savage IS keeping both ante make sure your engine is adjusted to : 11* :

village :su well that they plan to Irs. Perkins and :ltrS. Sullivan
10% DOWN DELIVERS I remodel this house and make supplied with I1t.dous l:1tru: 3 I MONUMENTS advantage of the extra power of rowER Sinclair :; RUiJ'L \ :

I Hall'ltn'! their home.Mi I fruit. Ilis parents, Mr. and Mrs.I 'I POWER-X Gasoline contains RD-119 Sincbir's : y :
PHONE 78 I ,mil Mrs nay Williams\ and I Leo S.ivage have bought a home LOWEST PRICES' f'

I tt '.. .Ir It t I''nnt'f" nns visited I in Hampton and operate a trUltI FINEST QUALITY I II rust inhibitor that saves repair bills caused by fuel : J V
Mr ,a. : "f: ; D W SwmMl1 I stand at Jampton Junction. I ,
I
\trs. Sullivan's thud grade won No Extra Charge I I system rust. Drive into your SincJair Dealer's and : '
I u. S. PATENT NO,2S94,266 :

the party for the highest dally atI For Setting In Or NearSTARKE try this amazing new premium gasoline today.SINCLAIR . . . . . . .
t'ndanre in Iarch.
They enjoyed
I
FLORIDA THEATRE delicious "Pf'psies." ,

The third and fourth gnlt! >s won
I'
the party for March by conecting POWERXTHE
the most notebook t ai'tsI '
paper
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, APRIL 23-24 'I These two grades are fist becoming -: Jf'O

the leading grad..s In our _t.-. NEW SUPER PREMIUM GASOLINE

NO ADVANCE I IN PRICES I.'I school and how proud we are of Write For Free Folder
them!
The paper binds are collected -

each year and sent off at ATL\\TlC IORI.\LS.IXC.t STATIONS
I the end of the school term. In ESTABLISHEO 1930 I SERVICE CENTER

I addition to cash awards, play
equipment IS also received 11S FOREST ST, I Ij
iBp.Wyi. FaY: i JACK ONVltlE, FLORIDA! I SEEBEH I D. oOJnl( tN

/.> Ab .. .vyvyyvyyvy..vey.... j, r. S. ::1111T SOUTH ('IT\ LDIITS



: I II LAYITEY I Ii i I DON'r WAil ano\htr day to

b I.. 11. rutC'h i iAAAAAUAAAAUAAAA.uAAJ
I ) I IL. drive 011moLiles dynamic'

i ,'rd ,, new Sliper "&'T"! It" the mo.t t ttin

II I S-Sgt. \\'. C"leOl,1n Phillips who a k e a thrilling car CTtr Luih-'lIu

I has been spending some time here fed the Jiffn-tnce the mOtul'ntdate

C'.r' with his wife, and with his parents salt tale the wheel!
I Mr. and 11rs. O. J. Phillips,
II frlt'ttacul.1r: action from the
I left early Sunday morning to reI I
I urn to his post with their. I mightiest "ROll..d"oginl' o1W
:
I Force at Goose Bay Labrador. I t h a aU time! You to Mitt eillraa

;; 1 brP 1 i I Mrs. Johnnie Jenkins and chilIren emoothnru-'itb a tr- .

,.. 1 tf of Jacksonville were week114 .,, JDtDJOUJI Lunt of (oO\\rr iu
I "rocket I ;
y guests ot her parents Mr. ell W A9
and Mrs. O. J. Anders. c'mtr.I'Dciea-Lut al"a}'" "ith

zjffILj I I Jesse Starling 1"n"! cbiidren ".: scarcely a hhirper from 1I/1Ier

Carol and Del'ns, of Bartow tilt hood! POWER SJlIIING'

i i'i'r' spent the weekend with "lr." and mall' every turn t.f thr %..h.1ldightfull

__ t tI Mrs. 11. Wainwright and family. Iv tnalrs! Iiarl-
p ( rasp
I Mrs. Pauline P.edgrave of Jack-

sonville spent Friday night of last log a Pleasure! Anti with

: tror '- I week with her parents. Mr. and \ \ POWER RAKES', fratLrr' I

) trs" O. J. Anders. Cheri and \ light pedal' prrssure ill all ILott'.
L Johnnie spent the
weekend with
t their grandparents returning home } J I needed to lung: tlJiJl bii.

: on Sunday.Mr. I 1'0"uCul) car to a quit, sure

and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of stop! nul you "on"t carr tn
,+ I Gainesville. spent the "
weekend stop for Ion;, The surf

here with his part'nts. Mrs. Betty i is designed' fur action! It's
u t, : tJJ1 I Phillips of Starke was also a / :;
J : guest in the Phillips home on even POWER STYLED, with

,, Saturday evening. frarUin new beauty In m4tl hits

1, r; Irs. Boatwright had a letter ,, .o' fabulous rlCrllJnnanrr.111, :' ('
:
.
:
from ,
p e' her son Warren who "
,'enlly returned to his re- ...._-:;:::;'" in today for a dl'mooatralwD'
tf post of '-.. '
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duty after .. ; ....
a furlough spent herewith --''' :' '..", fr.ur..1 1Garr.
-
." ;!fi : .... .
her
coOl
.
saYing that he is A.-
now in ___...-.n'
California from where he is to _. .- -..... -
-- .
--
"ail this week fOr .
foreign r --
Fervice.Mrs. ... .__ "" -
,
:
Ray Rosier, 11rs. Buster .. ..- 7 (__ .
,' ,.
w M Bennett and Mrs. Steve Starling I -- 4 \
!
Jr. entertained with a stork shower rlt
in the home of :Mrs. Starling
\
on Friday night of last week

honoring 11rs Winton Parrish. .
!
l1rs. Gladys Xesbit of L -nnI -

\. _, I brook N. Y. was in Lawtere-
1 I 'I rently visiting Mrs. A. F. Brown I K1

and also her fatht'r. 1fr. Brown, : 2-.

who is a patient In the Doctor's I ? 1
'_ &
Clinic Hospital in Starke. Friends :
-"- 1 of lIr. Brown will be glad to know 1 / ti

a that he is Improving. I ,/

Savagely the crowds cast the.' first stone and the next..and the }frs. Fate Redd and children of s -
,, } t next!.. Macon, Ga. have ret.lrned to their ;

1' 'fi..... home after spending a vacation ar

; I of several days with her parents I


j I usaIlla] l\Tal'\ ;TChai'1toiiJjesoii. the here back weekend with Mr. him Red taking in came tb car the dower f&a:11y'for srtitw_'" _' ,,. / ./ SUPER ".." HOLIDAY COUPE. rt


Misses" Jeanette
Green and ;'a" fir ....., {'aiW -
.4 I. ""''0""
-i?. in, If tcvt' dlrJlj h-.J/-.Jff I l'l Magdoline Wilkerson sponsored a i

birthday party honoring Miss 'ROCKET' ENGINE 0 L D S MOB I LE
= :
l }fi'}} I neen Hicks On Saturday. night ill
lot last wt'ek. This
party was held
;:
::
lADY DEALER -
I th6jJRESIDENT i on the spacious lawn of the Hicks I SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE

i .. iI home where outdoor games Were 1
J I played and refreshments of :a CO.I
TORODE CHEVROLET
...

';'Wl c./s [G[(:;:H. w u w K m ,w tJOHN: P m K lQ day at Hicks the cake rtttiTed close and of punch a the number e\"erjg.were of birth-"j rice' Phone 111 Starke, Fla. Call and Court Streets


gifts everyone had a good time IIJ AFETY.TESTED USED CARS -
VALUES
ALSO FEATURES TOP
I YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER
and all hands
I are looking tor-I,i I



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nuiur. APRIL i:, ter. BBADFOEO COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKH FLORIDA

SEVENi

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T TTTf TTf TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHIGHLAND ksonviUe .....t're'IIltL1g!: Mr. and vndow. came to see us Saturdayand your answer or pleading t > the p- r* :.S hat.g or cla.rr. .g any .n -- -
a. .th the me>:erly: I.r.-> ->f 1.\k ,
e > >
:Lnplant t>n the rArnttr; II : 'e,: .r. the f .\ .K d --riNr.i fi n- f sad rompUint w.U b i :n .*.d Coantr.
'Mrs Jimmy N'orman Friday. ate dinner with us. Says she Street thence run westerly .
Attorney Evan T. Evans li.t n.1s.tuate. !Ii Bradford Cuunty the South line of Center aloni S, ta""n *4 )nf.-*ed by you. WITNESS: m) hand a:: I c'- ,

is going to move to the chicken Law KxchangL'u.ld.r.g.: JvkFi:; T da : "u it for distance, ,, : Stre t I'L'RTHEH;. : \ORPEKEn!: seat! '\! S'arke Kradt':1 I :
j a f :
feet
> thererun -
: r of ,
....n':111., Flor.dJt Frrs the S > !t.o'.t't r-.rner ofthAest F-MToatl.-n: and N F; T .Lt) -sin Ar'.i i ?. '
: 1'
TTTYTTYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTYY! farm and try to raise some vegetables South: 1 degree<< 34 n "ut, .. ".
and file tbe ongnal in the office of =,", ll'.arter! 'f X"rth15"1l.ua.rt"r West ; ?h. r-f K. I U M' \1.! Char-! P. ,
for
Bj :\In. lacy Norman 1 instead of buying every :ht. Clerk! of the Circuit Court on (( SUt= XW.I of Sec- thence Iur i before the tn: ::>. Tv>wn..h.ii i drgrzminutes ". ..'" \:.' '. *
a Range ;:;:: : East > t'i.: j.
She has farm here to the "
thing. a good weright -
IA AAIAALLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAligttland LONG BRANCHby 11 day of May U;;;:.
j i E.. run South S degrees :i minutes oe '. ; 4. ; t :
511
but it is not attended. Looks like !otherwise the allegation of said; West and ai..ng the South );.a4 ... vayi ther.n' > >
B.|I"' ..vhyrh S'in- j ICompUlat will be taken as line of said SW, of X11'.4 for ru- t rr'
a
j si '
to have r.pad: we-tev right: .
\l
people are going
>0 t' :' .
to farm if they have anything to This notice shall be > right of way line of State tine ". >n vth the S. .'h '. .
worship w.'vire: Ha m once each week for four consecutive Road 200 (as now widened Lr .
AA AAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL have Cenr S:' > 't '.
much < la
cat XX'e not so I n wen.-
may weeks
in the Bradford County Tele additional right of .
1'aytr E ( Harvey : Supt Sun- I way), thenc-- t hem : > westerlv; a'r.: ; -
Ii but it Ls good and fresh. graph. run South 17 degrees 7 minutes ..
sure .-
Sundt afferr. .-. ab 2:30 S.rh : 'f jia.i} r-i.--- -
.it. School. XV ( Hardee Ever- i ''>ti : Dated this S day of April. 1>33. West *bng the westerly right ot \ "
'
tkom.'. 'o'clock ve r, *!r Lhad a storm I (0 FFII..lAl.SEAL) Chatter At)*rt y I way. line of State jad :vO (IT a o* .t :.,1 :
I
:
v.; 'Il's" -K -
v CJerlc of the
I : Circuit Court
distance of 1 foot vj a IVINT lFBE .
will tw 'through this ge. Ion Heavy rains' MITICK; TO ""I".:\1\ Dy Marian L. Cr.jby Deputy Clerk following baptized of .' .
The \.011 .
.. A- 'i 1 'f % : T."
I wind real "twistler" (. Circuit ( .rl. Ilradfurd Coaatr, i 4 10 41 i. 1 Beginning thus described
and very high a run n' tf.el: ti\- M t! .,f c .
.' rtof.by Lake Sunday. April 13 I I jFlurldal 1m Ckumrrrr. North S* degrees :;:; mnutrsI', .a
that Um up trees by the roots M..r:. r. K. M-" 1':...nt.ff, vy. Mary : I l-.---i f !f.i 'he c ', i 4
for distance of I\l.P
weather permits: The Smith I M n< r: 10 iri'i\n a :tu 1 feetr.. nc* Krailf-.r-! -... -y F. T. i
I'. Moht.
Homer W. GanJon.- : Som, of the trees three and four Defendant.Case Xo. S7J7etlre 1 la CJrriiil (.unit llrmdl.tdKl ('.u.t, + run Xortfc 87 degr"I, ;: !..s rer\ toy A 1. V.var-2: .. > %
II "thel1l. .rida: In f fr West for a distan f lil; tortto
I jf1'et. were and \ Tn Chancery an.t .ip.in-r: \ u a--.l '-
| uprooted tpprir.Mary
through !r the East line ..f .
n' Ufll.- Padgett. Lester Austin I' M.,M>. w. h-?r rrt.desce: i'Jrao' <- Miry Graver. Plaintiff. lity Sthence and a-! ., ap.it I K: v ; \
l limb of all sizes blew off of the addu" l'nk.I''D I Harold Thomas: Graxe1Defendant. > run North I l' deg; : < 5 I.u. '.e H *ir. n h \v .
Afry '.rman. Eddie Harvey and .nt I' I., Case No. Si7; minutes East along :!Lr :.,-- ; .. fe-i.l.,nttha' the .' .
L J .uvrnu and Lamar Starling. I!trees tearing down the fences i Yuu for are hereby notified that a i' tulles To .Ipprar* j I of Ray Street f r .< d.-.u. .. suit i- t.< i ,::. alit .n.. .-.;: ... .

;;Chicken houses and other out'buildings :uit I I!I T.- Harold Thomas Graven! whose' ..f lll 65 fet to the S-'t"' plat,titf< '. < 1.f a'. '. -
Ali'-t Austin' has returned from i I Divorce i I Ire-iden. and address is. 29ft Lin | line of c. -. >t.t', lamlas a f, '.' .
s-.f.i :
has been filed In the
I n .t.ma after a short ,)sit with I' were flattened some ': bove named Court against and you canoe and I Ifo'u I!I coin K.jad. Brooklyn New York ,j tt.ence run eastrrry ai ng the <-an. ; th.- r.s' '. tt'.t.anil : '. ,,' t
fences. Inspite Y'jur' are hereby !' South line of Center Ptrer' .
'blown dear across notified that a' la- > .f y and i' f *
t.t., sinter, Mrs George' Lastir.gerMi are required to pleading serve a copy to ofI I suit for j ji n..xt..nd..I' ; :2: 7 fret to us ..f -.1 il I I K: A ilre.-n i- .! !
answer or
of all of this we had lights your
Ms Daniel Room left i Divurce. interr.twn with the urterlline > .f .' | f. '
and : )mplamt on the PlalntlffaI { custody and control of r w < t r 1
the We v ,, and of said Star.1.:..; ,l :2:."i. t,. ,! .
always. !
just same as Attorney Al L. Schneider 70Lyiub support for minor children -a i- n. e" r. i
'I! fjniav, for Macon. Ga. for a then e run s .uth-rly ,. l
I II aioiiR ti .. '
has been 'f : '
Building, Jacksonville laird against you in the t- rtii"! : '
thought all of the lines ttr-'. :A line of -a,1 l .
power :: 't.lI '
: I: .1,1 .
..1''Ith friend and relatives Florida I above named Court and cause and ,. T- I I' -I"| i.ml" '
I''n'i T the -f !I. ,.
would be down but it seemed none and file the original In the office of i I you are required to serve a copy of'' point e'rug.: .u fr -t-..'rtii; ; a- .
and Mrs! Homer Smith and I rX 'EI'TIIh"r..fr": ; .
Mr 1 tie .
.
|1' .r. -
;; your answer t : :1-e-
One whole sectionof the Clerk of the Circuit Court on < or pleading t > tae complaint .r
"".Iv returned Sunday night afspending were damaged. or before the on the Plaintiff* Attorney I tion- e.'ntryrd to gulf! mi Corporation 'lan.lAM' \""1'1!:"' T"l.: '

., the tent we had used to worship 1 11 da>- of .,:ay mi; ( Evan T. Evans. 1<)3 Law Exchange by d."rd< of r>>. ""rdi: the.urrent t.' :apps| | ar and t > \ i
.
several days with I public re'---r.-|I- f Itr.1df..r'l | .. .
\ M. .
Building .in- r "T .1!
otherwlM the of said Jackaiivill ;i' > : \
allrgatlona \\Y\
\1' Snitmother iu South CaroMag in was stripped out. As far i,Complaint will" be taken as confess I Flurtdaand UnlF1"t d.i. and. '! \\ I... h ': i- ;. TI. > II .' \ K I II
-d
file rc'rpt.! lar.da' 1. : ;t'r d j, \\1.. ,,11'| ,, I
the
as I know this section has not j ed by you. I original In the office oti; .I I > -k. K !
., I .r9" a- '. (
it This notice shall be j the Clerk of the Circuit Court 4' d'l i.t x 1t
been found yet. published on I:. .,dfI': ;: ..' \ .. .
t.I":! Crews and Cecil hard I once each week fur four consecutive |j or before the 11 day af May. 1?: : ;; 1. "',' -' : .i' 1'.' '," '' : I. .'' '\\.r t.'t. I 1. '' .K' I .,t .. ;
But in of all of this we weeks In the Bradford Cuunty Telegraph :: otherwise the allegations of said tine :s:, '. ".. '. '"I.i J.v : .1) I
spite j : '
I -n
.e-i sister. Kathleen Hardee had several out to Training Union -l>atrd this 5 day of April 153.OKKl'IAL : :, by you. '
( SEAL, Charles A. This n't"hall be published v
Darby
In- :'
services. Our
preaching
Gainesville.V do not and .
.
".HI in Clerk of the Circuit Court on- each week for four c.,r.''' 'u'.ve /' r

K .* hi nw name. i jtermediate Union really looked By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk \':;! weeks in the liradford C."urr> IVJe-:

Mr an'i Mrs. Tom Norman and good to us We had two present t 10 4tnltl'1 ;;;. I i graph fated tin.- day ...fI'r..! I'" : CROSS COUNTRY CHATTER

'uldren of Macclrnny were vial April 5. and eight present April : 10 .U'I'I: "t '!II. (OFFICIAL XK.VL) Charl-. \.. luiby
Clerk of the t'. C ,
'' 12 Som visitors but they Irruil luurl. llradfuril 1'uunly, n u urt. '\ THIS
were / I
nx; Mr and Mrs Sidney Star I'lurldai In 4 kaarrrf. 1 By Maruii! L Ciosby.' V"I'[ uv 'i;. tk WithMac

promised to come back and study Hi. hard II Hlllkl I 4 \-j 4: rorlI:10
iinj.; and family Sunday. I -) Plaintiff. vs| \.
..II, W i iCase
We understand there was ii I5inkly ffndant.
with
Wi. ,
r.1fau.Ue Smith, Maggie '
Nu' S75JNollrr ; ,rl.t. \II
f crew* awl Fallen Norman went t o'.''a good congregation at Sunday Tu Appear.T" {Iin C Irrull Court llradfortl County, White

I.ilan W Blllkl..,.. .'h..,.. residfi i i JKIiiriilat In if the rain was
,' to take School too even j will
.1 < k.sotivihWednesday ue and ]>lreai> !b: L'nknuwnY I I Elizabeth Astrid NVN..n T..uiiii
Mrs Smith's little' dog to the coming down in torrents. It is .>u are hereby notified that a I'larntiff.. Harold A. T-.n 1I",1.!
suit for I I'efr-iJant. Case N". 9 .f't;
annual hospital.Mr nice that some of the folks will Divorce | Niillrr, '1.. Vpprar.T During tiur l long t rumng p'.', and children got thIs wonderful -

and Mt a ewl.s Norman are come in spite of the rain and bad I, has been filed against you In the ..- Harold A. Towns"nd. aleveera.id.ii nod, the word aft' drt\ ing" vacation every year as a woodlands !

'liepi laud. parents of a girl bntan rn weather They really get a blessing above named Court and cause and You are: and h..rdJYUtlfl..d ad'lrc l I' I i.kii'.uii.that, arcalrillod into u> truck driers reward for safe driving.I I your pay
I you are required to eerie a copy ofyour I a
] suit for until they t become a part think it's pretty swell. Since
\ h :ill She hall been namedN out of attending answer or pleading to thecomplaint
on the Plalntltr.AU..rn..y I III\rl'e and! restoration. "' of our conscious, our subcon- this vacation plan was started

N; v < ;a yl.. t! Samnue Starling went out hunting H \'. Knight- Sl.trke.Florida |, has maiden been filed name : scious and ourory souls. We twoears ago, my companyhas Tree growing pas in Florida!

i 'hiii lie' Mosley wax dischargedmi Saturday afternoon. Didn't |i and I above named Court against and you In the i Florida truck drivers are humtyy not had a single preventable
file the original In the officeof I cause and
*! the Aimed Forces on March find anything to shoot at until the Clerk of the Circuit Court on you are required to serve a copy of i proud of our safety record accident. This booklet has been prepared tor you by the

he was back almost home lieht'ar,1 or before the (jyour I answer or pleading to therompaant -and our bosses are. too. And Then of course every year,
11 day -f 1Iot)'. 19S2: ; on the Plaintiffs they show their appreciationin various trophies and awards Florida Forest Industries Committee to help
<;,-nr Converse of Jacksonvillej ,,, Minniehar.."'s guineas, !! ntherwlxe the allegations of said I Attorney T Frank Landrura you
j. Starke. Florida I many ways. for safe driving are presentedby
.j"eni I the weekend with her dad. j I hollering|i like they were scared, C'uniplaini by you will be taken as confessed hard i i file the original In the office of For example, the Florida the Florida Trucking As- make a continuing income from your farm wocxk

Mr and Mrs. Kdwin Knight of started toward them to see what : This notice shall b.. published .I Niters Clerk of the Circuit Court on >i trucking firm I work for sociation and by the American *

lUldwm& were visiting Mrs I I I was molesting them and ran I :one weeks each week in the for Bradford four consecutive County i or II day the of Star U'i:i :. I j i ii bought some acreage along a Trucking Associations, Inc. I Timber is a crop a crop with growing markets.

Knight ? mother. Zttie Padgett. ;: upon a rattlesnake. He shot thesnakt's Telegraph. ;'' otherwise: the ailegatt..n- ..f said beautiful river near Florida'swest You have probably read about Many idle.woodlands can be turned into profit .
i ito fated this S day of April 19;:; I 1'I Complaint! will tea taken as confess. I coast and built a lodger these awards in your local
Saturday p m Mrs. Padgett accompanied head off but was afraid ed by
(OFFICIAL SEAL) ,Charles Darby I IClerk This you. ; We drivers who have |XTfct newspaper. Some outstandingtruck for Find out !
t them home to spend i aweek go up ti the snake until he : of the Circuit Court i I' notice shall be published !i you.
I once each safety records, together with drivers have "won"
: By Marian L. Crosby Jjeputv Clerk. week for four consecu- I $12-
I IMi I was puiitive I! it was dead,! It was f'I' 11 5 I tive r.-ertu in the Bradford Count I our families, get a week's Va- 000. furnished homes.

an.11 l /> Homer Smith I .iinl I I,1.tuJ'htt'r ,ib<>iit I feet' )lout;: and! head! 7 rat- T..I..lltra Dated ,h cation at the lodge free of nut there's another side to
this
> day I of April. ISi";;::. I
> how'J
NOIK
ITO: %ri Ku
; Shu-lev It u."lv ..11"1'1'1111-| | ; in I"I ,- Miii- he ',\ aa lurks'REFINEMENT la Clrt-uil ('ourI. llrndfurd C'ouulf,I i I (IWlo'ICIALLI, Charles A. Darby Charge. As a matter of fact this story In my company /th1

-k.sonvilJr< :S.ttmd.iv; \ ho I'lorlilat In Ckaiirerfl.li.l '' Clerk of the Circuit Court we get two weeks' vacation one preventable accident

11! \ J.-nlan, W""". Plaintiff.s., .'By Marian L.-Ciusby, Deputy Clerk I with pay and one full weekin means a week's layoff without
\f, and Mi-. I :N.'iiM'; ., .f 1 ;111\i 'I! i I' "..i K-ti.,\ ,i' T i .1,1! ,! 41.14t5I 1 1NOI I.,
i j''h' i I,1,1: -f.-nilalt! one of the comfortable pay; two preventable accidents
.._ .V... c.---I. j
.. v a. t- >" J 4 J. H i: 'lit tl'PClIt cottages. The company pays two weeks layoff without -
N l Ice Tu tppear.T" .
Fran e> K: \VeIil wlm.-e reM- IH circuit ('..urt, Irlldfurd1111' all our travel expenses: to and pay and three .

,t t. ,in and ad'lic.-. i" Fitzgrr.tld. Denver rii.rljni X.In Brii( .linnrrr ker. .Plai-itiff. I from the lod;e and providesus well, that's like the third Write TI1

.. 'Kla. Motl gal "t K. liiKker, Dt-fendaiit. vs 1 i with incidental.such as strike, brother/ You're out'
FLORIDA FOREST INDUSTRIES COMMITTEE
Y'.u' are hereby notified that a
i t r.r Case X,). 9742' fishing license* II all add> up( to safe drive ;

Divorce 1| tulles To \|>|>enr | In my firm. U-iween! !*IS and into and highvva.v! safetv your .
Box 109 Tollohassee Fla.
i ToMargaret
'...ii.een ford against you In the[ residence and It Dricker. whose 100 truck drivers. their lilt If satetv and mine ,
address
is
d.nam..d Court and and : l'lIkll"n'l|
cause Y. :-r are hereby .. '
v .it .ire required to serve of .
a copy ;i suit for I
"lr answer or pleading; to the roil I '
Divorce f I Advert.t'lII"nt! I
in ('\ fry tuivssary detail in a tier\i iooavailable l>Uint on the Plalntiff'x Attorney''! Ids been filed -
against -
t Zdl'h H you in the
Douglas 503;; Lynch!, -- -- --
locally anti widely known: I In IIdi i IK. Jacksonville. Florida!' aoove named Court and caus" and
and file the original In the office you are required to serve a copy of
for its modest cost wholesome 1 your answer or pleading to the com-
.f the CK-rk of the Circuit Court on I plaint
.., l...fore the n day of Slay U i3: ; on the Plaintiff's Attorney
niurtt"y, and always' tactful :symDeWITT otherwise( the allegations of fa Id'I. T.Ida.Frank Landrum. Starke, Flor More driveFORD

(.inptaint! will taken '
be as coned and file the original in the office of people
:' -- by you. | the clerk of the circuit Court
on
This iu.ti.shi1.. :; be published'n or before the 1 day of May.
>< > f <-aflweek for four Consecutive 1953; otherwise the allegations of
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ..aid Complaint will be
taken
I C. JONESI'hone graphI;I by you. as confeHed -

!I I This
notice shall! he
puMIsht'dOIn1'
7 Starke, Fla. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby each week for four consecutive
:
Clerk of the Circuit Court weeks
in the Bradford County Telegraph
By Marian L. Cr'.sby. Deputv Clerk. I

eeeeeee1 ee.v.eeee. 4 U U 5.:1 Dated this I day of April. 1933.

Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur MUM let 141 tl'I'hUH j (OFFICIAL. -clerk SEAL of )the Charles'Trcuit A. Court.Darby V 8 them

In I Irrull I'tiart. llradford lountf( Ly Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk 's all othe
I'lorlilni In I hnnrerr. I
local funeral
home
enables aa to offer conveniences anA t Tl.niii.i- II.t1111 Plaintiff, vs. Min-' 1.3 It &/2'l'

services' not otherwise available. utr I' 1I.1I'11.| | Defendant i iCae \t.I. felt HillsNollcr

t tI No. 9756;; r.. r..nlrjir..rMjirke. ..

__, ___ _., ,_,__ I 1 1We 1t >..tlcr T.., \pprart, Klurida r "IT \ AND IT'SYtf's STILL THE ONLY V-8 IN THE
t T. M I in\- I' = n"l'l'| | whose resl-' Sealed hide \\1111... 1'.1\.1 ,l.y the ::
furnish .1. .1 I a.,1,11.-. 'it.r. >"tllllg| board of Piii.li.
the highest type service' at lowest and 1 In-tru< Gen of Itrad-
price, \ .. ', ,. I Ii ford cunt> Floi /ida. FIELD No oilier in tllc world liar
the engine
at
accept ANY life insurance! policy tn force, leaned by ANY t > ,i I .' i.! : t.c iiiitincd that a' i IIf the Siiirintrnilent ..f 'iffier, combined ;
"triiiti lnI :; :::? ; IE. ninth, lord's hd l lsion
company as payment In part or in full on a funeral. ; I' \ .: i 10 o'.!"lock n in A.M.Stalk--.I.S: Florida T.,/ Monday up to, ,: 'popularity as power-pa<

Consultation carries no obligation.eeernefle I 'I". .I 1".-ri n II.M t i d 'al::.lnct! ynu in the May I. li>51. at which, time and ) \ V-S. Today J 4 out of every 5 V-S's are-
I \ TI1".1!'' I ."flrt and and
cau.r place all >bide
eeefl eeeee e.e '__--'I I I received will be pub ford V-S's. And while other makers
a' I.! i Ilrt.1 t'i ?rte a CoOP}' of lily opened and lead aloud for fur are scampering i I.>

nishing all materialand labor and I catch up, Ford and Ford alone offers a r-' in th--

i (instructing any or all- of- th._n'. .f..n........... .
ing eleitric-al" and toilet rr]>..!, |>, "J- I|: Iu\\ -prilc field and for hundredtli.m: ni' 't l "iL j IM-I.
hI"

KeMirini* >l. and HriHtkrr Itrliuhlinu, Florida llrookrrrhiH .

} 1t "Ir"": sad Krllublins f .....,.,. ... .... .. ..,.... -,.. ._ '_. .- .
..IIIH.I. laitfr Florida. l.antcy :;;..... ..... '''., .i..' .' < -'1'?'''<;. .< <. )<:""-7. ."::,.... .'.1.- ..;;, : ,. ;. "' .:: 1

SPEC1iSer' llrHuhiinc mill ..lime Ienirlaa.Hraitlont'iii '

Marke I'lt.rida.ul> IIlull >.-Uo..l.

i : Krlialiililaiion ..
.ar nf T tlt*. lamer
1
) OI-NIMI I.."I..,. I'lorltla.

at most t OI Iteaabililutii.n uf l..llrl.. llrmtkrrih
Time Only limited \IH, !I. .1 .
for r a 1 I aft. : thI -;.. .
(<"lT" I ,In:1.: ..r.ii! ,' i'i \\ .11 i :..


.l.reil"',1' II. hid for .il.! > pr-'jf -.r c': .;.
Ii / |I' -'ta l.f
o. IliU-f a. "1,1'\1. d! i .
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rei.i\ th rei...
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-.t"nd---;' ..f J'\1o.!
-. .rk... Florula. "T

I .! ""anford \\'. Join,,
l -v !ie.! Florida ton" .

red .. MMIY
i tract d cur e
bidding may ).e

i l !.-osit f.y Klectnntra. ,.. ...,...,...... -
c ,.... .. .. .... .
tors from 'A -- =....." .. ...... ? ..
\ l fr..es.itions. L....,.
::Q -c! < .: must be I i tit', } ijuruard on the Imtriuui B',,,. / YT '1 :
!
Board
of Public
-tl /: '
Bradford
.". -r 'I' .rd of Ptl.I.In.County.! FORD'S V-8 IS THE SAME TYPE OF ENGINE I
-.l.!
liford County. Fion-
'
-tii r bid right to waive Infor- AMERICA'S COSTLIEST CARS ARE SWINGING TO !
-uy
and to reject
ati bids any FORD'S V-8 GIVES MORE "GO" PER GALLON .,

I The Board..f of Bradford Public Instruction Six more makers in the la.,t f five sears alone ha.' switched

Florida lJlJntT. Whether you choose Ford's 110-h.p. V-8 or the 101-h.p.
to V-S in their models. Yet Fords :
most !
expensive
By II. I- power:
Morgan I Mileage haler Six your engine lives on a lean diet. For l
Secretary.: been offering this same type of V-S for over
power
- f'U 4t ill 1 both offer the gas; savings: of Ford's exclusive, Automatic ;
20 What's Ford choice ofFordomatic
;2: 1 r h .the. ( irrult ('...u Of Ilra
t ; ( at; Florida : la ( hai>"....,. I Overdrive or Conventional l Drive-the widest_
-._ drop of regular at that! See and Value
o. .75J every gas
- v [. Aivarex. Pntntiff.s'a.! choice of dries in the low-price field!

-aIILII: .- .girt et al. Defendants James!I+ Check Ford's "Worth Mores.[ You'll agree Ford's worth

asnll.7rM S l iHDrH Or PIHLICITI4 AND when buy it worth more when sell it.
NOTI4K TO PPH4ll i more you you
Tar stair Of Florida. To: I j
=-.: James Pickles
Marguerite.
. 'r,.n& Lee Pace ....
Pace
--'-e' .-.. Jne.'. JaT.es f'rury l'Reddish Junes, Ally Jese -, FORD'S BUILT OVER 13 MILLIONJjS's: r.o.A.r.ANDREWS .

::. .nes. Jao"b J .haMiry: C. '
# / .1' '(ins.. if a't!: and the unknown',A. '
'1''Use uf ea.h ff them
:f alive and
_ SLuarasued .f any of then be dead, to the sue

-- / / I J 10 er;I1c.wn". legatee SP"UII..,. heirs, deviser*, grant-
assignees,
L creditors
i., i and other claimants b '
.
) through under MOTOR CO.E
the ->r against each and exery ,.f
at-ove
: named
br persons who i is <3ej -
Load Nouulrepinl j teaed. to the unknown hers d". .

1 1\-: regranerr.. irrj.t rs a'.,j tare
'', 'rs :.. -. .- ,
l u.uat" : 1)0 :r.r .1: ..irr ,
,g., -: ra h M..rsarr" Fa : STARKE FLA.
,I .d tie "gr L 1.! 'lr '-aie.i ar i ,
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wlttnmtlnmm-rv TELECRAPnWherein .. -ST.\RKY'------. ." _-_-........

,I 11.1)rRn.. 17.ALVAREZ' 1933ten's

;.ia.n'.ff d att.;rne)5 oleic! rdr-s OFFICIAL! SEAL) Chs r:> A. Darby' '
Clerk
and< address appear hereof yinf of the < :rj t c -rs! .- ..1"j: th*
Cicrk Ah- r r t C -uri l Py Mar.aL .' g .
Cr sb
".'''.r. drf. nse, if any. to< the Bill i!.E')' M ran; L LJIL' > Dp.'v Clerk ; > Prr-itv :>-< :>..i.r.un sh* Pla: : \i'r> \tt r-
t I' ,n: pUint: in said suit. copy of 3 : 7.tt :1 3.-t ;: I.. x.i !:.i-s. J". '.ark 1''.. I -..KJa
.Ah'! r. .- delivered to you herewith L-.ntUe! F >:.da

.. : t,-.' :to the: 4 day ui May, \. U. la Clrrolt ( .url Bradford foaatL !. {'Ir..1.NOTICE( Co.rto To Bradford APPEIR Caddis i'. I r .- th- orgn.i; : ;r. the ''. .j I 1'1,I STORE 'lothin? I': ,,
:1.'- < : k f the r--.
I Florida: U ( ka.*.r" |FUridai IB Caaarrrr.K > .1' :' : EC aablished 1 1911'lttlt's
Her n f.. : not or decree pro eo:.- Ai '.1 !'. \\' .,, .1r-...!". 1'la: r.t '' \ |K: T-JT:. t.*f >re :1'f Apr.. _
L. ; P.antff: : MarK.X .
f.--., wii;! Le entered PrfrrdantLac vs otherwise .'
+ against you .I molar. i; \\uvJha::. 7-ai rUs.: L'i fer.Ja"l.Case. the allegations { -t
f r thr...Tr prayed in the Bill of i ;NJ.; 171Ordrr C n\piaiut v '!i L -:.\ u' c '< -.- .
1 '. jnplaiBt. The nature of said suit X.,. 972i edby ,
or P.hllra.ltJA.d Nolle To; '..1.. To > ;
9 B ., L o \'aate. set aside and declare' Appear "talc OI Florida las T" \pprar. This n..- .'+ s' ,' put.j.\ *
ra rrr ess r.s ; Mark-la: T *.
apria .
e "f.'ill and voM the Decree of Divorce, ;Norman; E.r:: >.....4h.lU. w'hosr resldnc :- drticand address- whose res-! one each wttk f : ns. vuweek (Our husigiessI
s, DONCA. HEBR-I entered by the above entitled Court: "> and adore-I IAFSX !4- Arouand Doganis+ N.:?... 80 Odos Agioa in :hv l>: aj; _i _._nt> T- LAS

on November :', A. V. 1952. tad 4rr :*-&*''.'3 l A. P. Sqdn. ;18.Pv; ,la. Piraeus, Greece. Tambour- graj.h. .. ( II It's
ordrd in Chancery Order Book Si Cali- luted th: 14 ..I.flf JUivh .... W l.l.l.'e It"e It't
,
,235, : C/u P.M :San Francisco;: : You .
we ( Iran the trren and loif-! ra.skiAnen: taking down are hereby Dutlt.. that '
at page 10 of the rabbi records of forma. snit for "FFl'MAL! SKAI. (Charles ) I vu 11l
UITF
: \
I I LSITt
>>ru.kh from the garden. I aU..n1a the il l ,thes 1 put the things that, LTadford County. Florida. I I You are required to appear on A-..nulments t'lerk: ,f the Crcu: : or
WITNESS my hand and the seal May 4. 1y53, in the above named; f:> Marian I."r 'r'n'. 1'"puI' .
nhoiifr. ThetaI K are < loudly ;are to be dampened in one and ha been tiled against you In the !;
of said Court at Starke. Bradford Court and cause wherein plaintiff!:above 3 27 r 4 Joe
named Court and 1 Peters
cause Glass Co.
and damp thl.IdJ.. J the iron dry In the other. Saves i'oddly. Florida this the 31 day ui *e.rks divorce and resu-ratlon of! you are required to aad
serve
.. March. A. D. 1HI.OFFICIAL I! maiden Bradford County a copy of NOTIM: TO \PPCHIn
name.
::"" ;; 1 sorting later. LADIES when you ( SEALS:: rharlA Darby ,Telegraph shall publish this Order' answer or pleading: to the ,'II't'1I1, ('_11. Ura.dl.rd a ounn : ( FOI: .1\1
'I complaint on the Plaintiff t.l.'ISSEEI: : )
More than earth's music U I.
.
want look Clerk Circuit Court in next four weekly issues. Florida: ) ('baie ery.JauIes 1
to nice
especially
try ; Attorney Evan T
in birds I I I\' Marian t < rust.y. Deputy Clerk.I! Witness my hand and official seal I Law Exchange Evans. 1111.; t"a< > H..tt. Plaintiff, v-. \' ., k-i ,J \\ t' n"'IJ.11.'lttJ.'rn Store F'ront-
giving yourself a beauty masque'of Frank Thompson and E ('. Mitchell Iat Starlcr. Florida tbs April 1. s.-nvillr Building Jack- Hr'-n! Hi>tt, 1'efendanl. r
Florida Just
For they speak too in color\ I JJ Mail to- A Patli-rn for
I yeast. Use the soft cake type Attorneys!i for I'Uuitiff. 412 Atlantic IJ53'r l'And file the ongmat in the office of :s' :
National! hank iiuildmg. Jacksonville OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs i < Nolr, T. Appear: -
1 nrd.. ( ,the Clerk of the Table
I now on the market. Mix just Florida. 4.3: 4t 4. :i. Clerk of said Court. ) before the Ci'cujt Court ont T.< Mary H. .. I H"! '.-r Tops
And he olio sees red in the I tin By Marian L. Crosby DepuTf Clerk., :27 j' d-ncr: and ad.tr" :' ,.'!\. \.r. :31: I' \ \\ 1 :lib t
f Feels his hot, and blood enough water with one cane to | 'U1HI:10 trpKtitIn I I thanes H H >s. :oi Guaranty Life I, day the of April.allegation 19iJ. I I Iotherwise ..tua.Y"U. 't I. 1..lint.\i illt' Fla. Phone I ;tf \
quick of
said
make a paste. Put it gently on'' < bruit ('curt. llmdfvrd County.Kuliy Jark>.inv.lle. Florida. ''Complaint( I f are t.rr-- t.: ..:
will be tak-n confed ... ;
run i fbrldas iii ( hsanr'. ( A" f. 1'if. 4 3 4: 4 :tI as su.t f -rInvoke. .
the face, let Relax while it -: by )'ou.Toil ,,, ,
dry j P.I. kPlaintiff+ + v's.ait'e? X. .-. ,!> -. ''h. t + ,?????,???y.,
shall ?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt
Having no need of any note U drying. Wash off with warm 1:1. k", 1rteudan I I \oru: 10 i iiinnt: nee each notice week for four oe published I I' rii-uir: ih...l

Lifted from a scarlet throat Case Xo. 9715.Nallre Ul,;Xt 1rel.nrr(. "rc.. 1111. 1:01: ,we"ks In the Bradford consecutive has been fIo',1,! .it... : PLUMBING 4
water and then apply creamor I l County Tele- AT
soapy To Appear ,ilq the tout u r the Cvunlf Judsr.1 I.ph ', .ll.ove !.allied I' .' : i ,uyou 1".1 IT'S BESTWe
T Ml) him that the : I i < e
> world is oil to the face. Wash before T... Xarve X. Rlt-kll. whose resi: 'I llra.lfard ( .ouaty florida. IB Pru- i-.it. 1 th-: ::; day ,,f March p.:33.1! are re.jturtili > .. 'j". 4
fair d"nand address is: Unknown. I' hatr. "FFI''IALSEAL' ) I."harl..s.Doirby i! > "\lr ariswet : !1':' .1-1 i cI 'h. t 4
applying. \u- are hereby: noted that a I In: r. rM.itf: F I IL! 'Urk: Il Clerk of the Circuit !I ;>.autti <.n i the I' I't:. :1." r 4
Hiheart burn now like Jives Emerson said. "Self trust is the full for I l I. t-a.d I Ijlo By Marian L. C.05b-. Deputy Court Clerk l.\.l: !:.i-- J !ISu.M: i.. t.uaranUv Our \\ork 4
i i j J.t. k-.i\'. .. F I.
name Divorce I) til 1 rrdilur'. and Yrr.o. late 3/27 4t : ..Indle Work 4
first secret of success." vas b-en filed against you: i ir. the i IMK < lalni or U..mand..in.*taI t 17'NOIH .ami Mi: 'I.- .1; ".., '. ; .ff.. t 4
And bird and men both name I have subscribed for the Daily I' ap.jVr named Court and cause I "aid i:.lac. I i: 10 U'I'IIe: .Ur C.> : ibefol i-, : rt i. : (I Jimkh tw 4

the name; I j.-.' ar! required: to serve a copy o. I i'I You and each of you are hereby j In ( Irruit ('"url. tlran.ll'.ri. f.uatl. ]f < .- d: ixothnu t ii. I I''.' :: ,,1S 4
,
Devotional Guide "Upper P.oom"It ,'" an--tl -r or pleading the cum I notified and r-nuirrd t.. present any Florida; In l hanrer). -i tf t>f :std Con.suli 111. hen t 4
The bird himself by simply is published in Nashville. Tear plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney claims. and demand which you ur i O. :11., Ti, <-. PUintifr. t. Julio Tl.'eDefendant. C.' lII"C.! .' ., 'ulltSLet 4
Lath H. Douglas. 503;; Lynch rather of you' have against theestate ] by 4
may
bein& It is such a good leader. I first Building, Jat I-",nville Florida t.f Freed I!. Clark deceased II' \pprar Case So. 91UIiM : It'd Tinn.tice -' .all J.\ T"I.-.t+ !: t IN I XKII:}: > (or \ \ \ T\ PF: iMTTiiuM.' 4

The man himself and file the In to then :. f ,-.i )I. u ., T -- t.g 4
by simply become with it whena original the office of late of t-aid; County T" il!II.+ Tii f. wh./' re.-ni.+ 4
acquainted tse Clerk of the Circuit Court o I County Judge of Bradford County. ;anil aii'l'-t is. r.l Kat Ivoth otrt..1S. n.'e I" ", ;Xs .:! !1' ..I' 1 .:.' ,1.-: -- -- -- 4

seeing I Wac during War II There were or efore the 4 day of May, ISiJ;; ; Florida, at his office ri the court .-w V r" 1'ity. ;X; Y. : : : ap'i' .\0 Jon TOO SM.IU' 4
.
-.Anabel Armour. otherwise the allegations. of Raid house of said County at Starke, Yi.ll a t.. hereby ll.tlfl:..d that I ,' \ : 4
in the .
always free chapelon .t I
I copies Complaint will be taken as confessed Florida within eight calendar iiiit f. r 1. 'i : tI \0 Jon Tuu 4
the Post. Has a devotionalfor by you. months from the time of the first Dir. e mstody and / tJUJ-(; 4
1"1111'.1 I
Kwry day from morning early : ',
i This notice hall be published publication of this notice. Each n.II..r: i-hildren : --- -- --- 4
II.t i ta+l late evening there ia a every day. .n-'e each week for four consecutive claim or demand shall be in writing" has I..-. n fili-.l: against rein I 4
101'e-1 : weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph and shall state the place of residenceand .il.. In !L' I: 4
redbird He sits in the Victor Hugh the great novelist \ : i' .1.c <: .1'.1 ,.. ..'" I FILLYAWBROS
singing. 4
i port office address <>f the claimant \ \ "' .! .. .
highe.t trees, and oft is perched said on his 75th: birthday "When bated this day ..f April. I'i3.! and shall be sworn t" l-y err ; j II I 4 4
i OFFICIAL SKAL Charles A. Darby claimant's agent or his attorney i! ::
:n, the apple tree. He sings soI 11 RO down to the grave I can say Clerk oihe Circuit Court and any such claim or d-m-ind lit| I, Licensed IMumhcr \\ tth 1 It I YtMis Kxpenentrourt : 4 4

"I I tad clear Such a beautiful like many others. I have finished i. By Marian L. Cri-sbx. Deputy Clerk so filed shall! be void I -- _..".. .. -- ,. I : \ (' :St"
.... Us Starke: Ha.
I I 4 3 .ttI': Mamie L Clark Thoroughly
,):h it! lie must have a neat nearihevr I my day's work. Hut I cannot say, I I Adini-ii-trati ix "t 1 The K-.if-; I >: PIIOI90 I : : ..4LLLLLLLLLLILLLLLILLLLaLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLILAL4

I ,. hr stayed here all winter I have finished my life. My day'swork NOIK C TO \riT.\K i I! (.f F'rrrdi lt. CUrk. it.-. -..-,1 ATIENTIONI I
i In Ciri-ull (hurt. Bradford ( .>....a" : :: 4: 4 i"OTKK Wash Your Clothes
Tn. r. are so many species of j I will begin in the morning on Kloriiln; In I hnurrrj. | 4I

"' 'd K nut here. The sweet oriole I the other side. The tomb is nota Donald Fiederii'k Harrington. :\ 10 AIM'KUlI I
Plaintiff ys. Avisenili.i+l+ ltarrmK- I Iin f'lrruil (Court llradforil f'uualy If You Have 9 rounds
.HI; l> its hanging basket nest. blind alley It is a thoroughfare. ton. 1'efendant Case Xo. :'J;tt':' I'lorlJn; In ( hanrrrv.ChirIes j II

T'II" lovely yellow inches and It closes on the twilightIt ,.. Ier'Iii I'I-ar: | HoiL-ric-k \\'att-. Plaintiff PINE OK I,
Plaintiffv A vis Amelia IV rnng-- \v r.ttdil.i\ <:r Vatft.niant CYPRESS Mark On Your Calendar
1 r urr.inU To me they make life opens. on the dawn." It is well I whose restdem-e and address I is. Klniira I- I I Cage No. 971s For 40c !

'. ;Sea; York. I 1 :Nnllre 1" Apprar. TnlBEH TO SELL
,
i the words of
.HIiv.-I to hi-ed great men
am looking forward to '
.
To ()'Hac .IIt". whose
You are hereby notified! that a .suit I Petty 'r FHEE Bleach If Desired !
.h. of I'! rr-lIt..". I' and addrl'i.is- "..knownou !I i
i inning my wren I ambreads I to guide us. for Divorce i t .
I I are hereby notified that a j Large or Small Tracts niKTIWAYSAXMMKS.UII..S[ :
has hen fHed against you In the l r..mlle[ Ave. Stark m
;
I
planning new boxes for Here is a "Thought For TocV.y"by suit for
i above named 'Hurt and cause anil l y&V .
\Ai.-ns when I get to my newh Inez Clark Thorson: you are required to serve a ropy of> Annulment I We I I B" :* : : : :
All I II Ii
I your answer! or pleading to the complaint has been filed against you In the! Buy 9 Mw-
>meWe on the }'Iaintltt.It"rnt' !above named Court and cause and Anti
A roof has to cleave I wJ
have been having rain:: and I The rock apart.strength Carlos E. Avenue.Harper. 204V(jaiiirsville.Florida fniverflty -. you your see answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of I PAY TOP PRICES[ *J ar\\ ,5 OTHER! snn.\i.: n\\s)

: of cloudy chilly weather. TTM .complaint on the Plaintiffs i We Will You :Should
But ill considered words .\!t..rn"E'an T Evans. 103 : Ht'ml'mhl'rWith
and file offnof O
the the
kjr.ws r is getting so pretty and ortgt-iat tn c:
Will break the heart. the Clerk of the f'lr'uitlurt nor 1 Law Kxi hang- Huilding. Jacksonville. / Fl.''4.-4 hailers
:rr..ii! i have red tulips in bloom Florida Dry Your Clothes
before the 4 day of May. l'5:!
Then let our words be those ,,1 and file the original in the office of : Write Call
tiding: I the side of the house otherwise the allegations of sat l or \\ fWD )U|| amt (loi.in'tncnibrano' ,. ut ..
That help and bless. Complaint will be taken as confessed the Clerk of the Circuit Court on For 20c 1 : a ,
I jour gilt
Yi-stcrdav I went to a shower by or before the

'"t MIC, future' bride of our Junior. And cause a heart to fill This you.notice shall be published I ;; ii.t> ofAinii. 19H: of salJ I" In New Automatic: Drier! i- ',i 1 l.eallt'aks your &:1".1! tad)",.
the allegations
otherwise 8.
With happiness! once each week for four consecutive THOMAS incnt a% m-ll an )our 1:1"1(1:
U, I h tn be married in the church weeks in the Bradford County Tel J led Complamt I by you.This will be taken as confess,1 \\KlK.... Consult us ulKiut all'a..illn \

i' a town about 12 miles from Looks like it may storm any egraph.Dated this day of April. 1953. notice shal1 ..fc published! I Ionce LUMBER CO. 0 ",rt or UM tli'Mn-.l! ur

hrr i The wedding i.s to bf at minute. Digger is looking out the (OFFICIAL SKAL) Charles .\. Darby(I weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Telegraph -: 1'110.\1 : :! I I' risiii4111.ntI

T id i i'lerk of the i'iiviit Coint'l "( PHONE 211 1.J I
candlelight on April IS. i !
window and woof. woofing softly Mai+ :1.111 I.. Crosby I Deputy Clerk
y '' OFFICIAL SEX 1. 1 +I'h.tll--\ I '.ni.> I
T iniiM t get a new dress for that ;; 4J4t42 Mj ; I P. 0. Box 735 COLONIAL FLORIST
Don is at the store. I feel so ; c'l-rk ot the Circuit+ C. ur t
](I I The Washeteria
,.. .i-.ii.ii We are very happy fothrht r happy and content Tuesday Ij!j I" MllH: 1PIT.H ,I II>' Marian: L Crosby, )Ivpn'y 3';: 4t ClrkI 4 1 IT I STAKKE. FLA. :

I sat on the election board. That j i I. Irruil ('....rl. llrudfiiril ('aunt}. NONA ST. Starke. I Fla.t .
:!jl'lorlila' : In ( hnnrerj. j Mtni C: l ii"'t / itiiMioitj : .. '. : > oS' -

s.. happy last week to re vivemi was fun. I was a judge Life i- ] .ey\1'r.; j (1111:1: : i'r..i.mei.. *..,.. ifh. I2: /1, :j I ._ : __ J'I !!!' -...,=--=-_ .J!:. II! 't!!_ ..!I II

invitation from Senator Char so wonderful. The blue prints are ,, !h : ,, I i, III I Iar ('..url .>( the Counl Jude:". I
.
Case XI> S7Niidre :!
I'lorlda.
llradtord ('uunl"
hey K Johns and wife to attend I still in the making for our new I'I; 'I i> Ai|>eur. |I I In I'robalr. I .
...
)h.". III I allat Ion as President Mortuary. ToV.".leV \. Kelley. whu'-e n -'l- In i.- E-ta'-: .of 1\.1 .\ Grant Drias .'- :.. .

IIf'l l dene a',d address is J:11o.r..n."lr- >1 ] ..."" .,: < .. ,. I
t fitSrnate" on Apnl 7 Altho r God bless you all. gihia. .... UI ( redilor'ii anal Prroonn hate I .JI/' .- .....,; ,
Your are hereby notified that: a IIl'lUaud.Kaln.1' .
'"iiUl not be then we were so LOVE LURA inn Ilaltl.e i ur i
suit for .5
"Ii.1 .."1&11'1 ;
1 .1f'1'1| I.. be invited and proud ttiatin I Divorce Y"ii' 'iimlach of you are herebynotified I r \ ,1
has been filed
In
lia-- the honor 1 am still hop- Court against you theabovenamed and r-ijuired to present any !
and cause and ,
which or
and i
claim.- : you
.11t. < Irriill
lit a curt Of HrniUo'iltuunl
'I i,: v nu day you will make Charfitu.r !' you are required to serve a copy of either of }' 'den 1a have against the t tiuI
riitiid.i. In .
Ihnnrrr
'. \ < ;s\ He would make I ) ;N.; :tHe) your answer or pleading to the con estate o.f Eva A. Grant deceased: ,
a *
plaint .n the Plaintiffs Attorney 19
the County Everywhere Florida's finest !
lat"f 'aid 'unty. to : we go-it's
I lii-n-' \ <.ihii i I'lii'itiff i Isl'd"II,1.1I11
., luli'itul\ governor. I -i II .|..|.lh-i.l''"ii I + is ;j Ja-'k-oti\ille.Llo\d r.a3rt Pln.ltl.l.;:: Clark liiiildiun at Judge his of office Bradford in the County court house Florida of i i ;1

HKl.l'Frh HINTS Does \fI14F: or M irI and file the nrlgiial fn the office of
: a said County at Starke Florida, within -,; 1i
.. .
hr *IMlr f l'lt rl ln .To: j the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor
I calendar months from the
bait in the office or dining room |; .h, or II Johnson Akron, Ohio, before the :17! day of April eight
of tM-
..... time of the first publication i
{ II |
[ -of jiiiii on
1951 otherwise the allegatl'onaaald of
h.a't'I splinter that: snags your : notice. Each claim or demand shall J
Air K.T.e ;X.i. SKVKUON.K1IK. ; .
will be taken f
Complaint
as confesned -
have put some clear nail polish l'a.- 11 ('..\.S. by be in writing, and shall state theplace

'nn the splintered place then nil Kl: Toro Santa Anna. 'ahf..riu.i This notice you. shall be published of residence and post and office shall ._
address of the claimant I dl. :
You herftty tifi i th.it .. .. ,
arc n" << a once each week for four consecutiveweeks ,
\ IlIh sandpaper.. will smooth knit has heel fitl'tl i! l against you in in the Bradford County Telegraph be sworn to by the claimant his II ,,w.. ., y. ar. S ii'rMGt
.
his and such
I agent or attorney any
the a.\ > r ntifl >il ('all' ". ami von\
hr pot when dry I use two .. claim "i- demand nut so filed shall
.in- I.r.\! 1"11'.01| t. S. r\ lip .11 hard Mi'.1: .l.iv .-f :M.ir.li. 153 he virtd I

Wilt C. Jones, As administrator
.' of the Estate: of Eva A. grant
... !
(! rased.


In irruit Court, ]:rnar 3/17 rd CouMj 4t 4/17,i

DODGE lOWERS PRICES I floods : In ( h ncer>. iI

!l.di-l., t> J 11 u>Heard.. \..'ard.Defendant.Plaintiff vs.Hni .I t I

Case: No. 9720Orilrr : I s arYt
Of Publication and Notice To1'1.ara
y
\ Mute of Florida + '"
To M'-niy )t. Heard whose rebidfiii i- -
$60.60 to $201.80 : e and a ldr,, I'nknown.. iJ ... Sw .

I YOU are required to appear on j
April ;27. li'i ;. !II the above named i

Court and ,'.u-e, wherein plaintiff .J-- \
<
You are the winner! You the seeK divorce I and restoration <>f v. .
get savings as Dodge sales climb I i
maiden name I ir ad ford County Tel- l '.

50% and production rises to meet strong public demand. ,i --..tlh' "ur shall w-ekly publish.-"\I"this;.. Order In Y j r ryLy

These across-the-board \\ :.' -- my hand and offi'"' i -.i'!
reductions make
price Dodge the out. .
.".. !". Florida th., .1: M.i cl;,

standing value of the entire automobile M
industry. Now is the 'FFI.\L' SE.LCharI.. A. fI.\ by

time to step up to America's all-new Action Car. As Clerk i.f .1 art Ly
i> M llr .\1 L. Croh)'. I' I i'i' i rk I
: I I1. H..s204: UII..: .. .' .f.- II

--- :L..if. Jacksonville.: Florida I
-\ j .: t)'s. f..r I'lf.; 3 :2T! 4t i ITi !

I -
i. NOTICE 10 \l-Pn\H
!. (irrait (',..ar'. HraJUrJ t.n.ljr. -.
"etritt: In ( hanrtry.flarnht -_: __; ;''i:? :: ._. .f;: ___

W Holt, namt.ff v:. Isola
as > I'un.-aii H ,It. Ivfendant

Case So. 9727Nnttrr ;

To .\I'p.-.r.
T. l-i| bun an Holt, whose r. ai'I. i-
,!I.. !. .' and address is' 1.113 M is I '
>a.-ln-..ttAvenue.. N.Y... \\ jh.i.jfton i
\ II (:. I
La L1iT F Y i are hereby notified th.it a.. 000ULFI
'
1 r :!t (orhrvnn* I'I'I

:.as been filed against y.>u i i-i th- .
above named i".urt and eau-r ar"i '

Dodg. Coronet Y-Etgit Club Coups. i you are required to serve a copy "'f I
Price rtdwctd $121 .0 your answer or pleading t.> tn! .
complaint on the Plaintiffs' : :
Attorney T Frank Landrum

n a r'tti ; Starke. Florida .. .
'., -
V .'' ..1 '..ark the of original the Circuit In: the Court office on of ;' All over Florida you're always close to-one- -of the-


CtiMtl Y liglil' 4-0..f Sedan! . rtdtKN J $115.10 : !27 fore day the of April. UiS; c. A ; t r'v t 1,503 Good Gulf dealers who serve this State. All are

.. ; otherwise the allegations of said ,
1 ?' CtrMtt V-fijkt Club C*.p. . rtdwtd 121.10 : : I Complaint will be taken: as confess: Ot r eager and able to serve your motoring needs-and they
.. #i ''ed by
p'"e i you :;
Cr.Mt Y-Ei]N Dipl slat . red. .d 201.10 ;:: This notice snap ce publish ,. j all carry those same top-quality Gulf products you've ,.,

Ctrtict V.light Ciivtrtibl C"?' tellKed i 201.10 i !. ODee week each la the week Bradford for four County consecnttT Tele-* :: I been getting for your car back home. So, make it a rule

: CtrtMl Y lIght) Si rrt . rediK.d 121.10 graphHatd / : .
i.1 '
when its
-- this :;s day of March 1S53.'OFFICIAL L .r 1/' i''l! fiyv time to stop. go Gulf! -"

DODGE: CORONET V EIGHT DiPlOMAT : MHII..hreM Sit 4-0..r $ 4M rd ; Clera ?f the Cirvm Cour. I
,'I Pric.R.d"c.d$201.aOllll.. >our ">,at MIke i}. Me.d.rbr.tl Sit CUb C..p. red.ced U.50 i' By Marian L. Crosby, P-putv Clerk i ijl r ..ee.ttL .
.... ,
i w. I II. j ." .t rapes CaatCTtibic i
Cuup rt... .,( s. ., ,. . ;: +the (tai IKkjji Mtod..hreM i Sit S.berbu . IHIKH 60.60 3" j 3 !; 4t 4,17 ,
.Use Nc. Itt'' .' K.j K.in \ I tin .Iasit. NOTICE a
t..K hula .. .1. '. ,. ;.. .. .,. : TO HPFHR i ea
I .et a. >.*[ (c.i l I oJ .d..ll. ;. MHII.hreM) Sii 1-D..r Special rt Mtd 10.50 ,:. I.Florida rirrnli Court. Bradford County. GET NEW BOOSTEDLook
.
:. ; In ( .. .rr'. ,
,. Mted'\r.i Sis Cluk C..p. Special i ) reed IOJO !Leon Me Aan'. I' ..arnlft.'S.+ Gertrude y r

)1.ribs:!.. llet..rd"nt.

4 l' DODGE JIm PRICES REDUCED ALSO I Ir : Case Xo. 912.tiee .
N To Apprar

'= : To Gertr.de )lehan'II'b,, resi

.. ; ';, ... ;\ .... .. ..: den, e and address is qj-jj Austin / NONOX Gasoline

. ;.! :r= ; t i; : clk. // :New:tre-t.York.""11' Gardens Long island I( KSS

You are hereby notified
that

i DODGE MtAOOrtBKOOK SIX DOOR SEDAN It. ? Don't b buy any car until; suit Divorce for S r for it' This sign ,

. Pnc Reduced. $67.501. Amr ?,i. ti.Ue.i kl,.. above has been named filed Court against and you In the a fli a assures you of f the -Gulf finest h" for anti-knock po." .r and hlgh- omprtllTon palarmsncl ;
,
and
::::':::.::.: "; .:... I R" ";'; ';' .ItL....W'fbc,, 7 r -:--J YOU are required to terve cause a copy:> ofanswer MS finest accommodations
-.- .., ...... .. ... '1" "iI,4>, r": .. .Ie" J. till c t'cat w \I. YOU Ye seen Dodge I)')ur or pleading to the 0 Get I
for today longest possible mileage!
!. GN \.., \t rut u.r 0z' !;complaint on the Plaintiffs your com

a-"-..rs.. .J.. e Itu':' ./' .... .. 't. .c... ,.'t aa. ":. t Starke.Attorney.Florida!T.: Frank Lanjrum.I fort and convenience.! Action-right from the start!
and file the orIginal' 'In the offle e' fii
.l'If the Clerk of the Circuit Court ?
S Knock-free, stall-free smoothness-all the !
OB or before the way
;sue 17 day of Apn!, 1953.

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. otherwise the allegations of said '
Complaint
I will be taken as con-
1 teased by you.

This notice shall 'be publlhe F. REGISTER & SON -- DISTRIBUTOR
600 Temple A\e. Starke, Florida once each week for four consecutive
Phone 69
I weeks IB the Bradford County Teleleraph -
,

I-t'r-d! .! r d.tt f Mar h 1FF ?;: PHONE 155 STARKE Fl.PAOEFJITR .:\..
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA -
APRIL 17 1953
FRIDAY __u_ PAGE MVFrJI

Detweiler. \ncepresidentMrs: ,j! L. E Dugger aril Mrs H. J. Kuceraj Peacock '
wife and Mr and Mrs
I nIle last .
Baptist ChurchMy II served week w-.th Mrs Ctollms; %v. A. Knight were Mr and M'
Sara: McDonald. secretary. Mrs j deltcus refreshments W (
E.
i Ie 1 A former resident ,>f Sate Farr Stiffen :!' daught' r Las. R.a twrtw. A" 1 J 1. J.'hr.son ant s.'r M. ..'" ,
lldr. t it rain"'. We hope Seipe. treasurer: Mrs Bastedo. Mrs C M Turned. wh3.a Mrs M J C :..n. ,.- i MI.. R M: T-, ."". .-- ." T-xnin H.. \\1''p.' -: ,.:: ,..'" ," i v-. 1
after the many''i devotional c .amran: Mrs B ";c5 Tn.. ..., .. ... i
mar rain kept so her home ,- n. ; +e- : : ; \\ -: t M' .,' ::1t\ t "
chairman n javKsonviiie ar. : I Ilias I'd.
Chnstoffers sunshir.e
CHURCHES f' Church and School
'm. Sunday
Texas is Or.. .. -
Chairmen for the three circles I' ViS.ung frer.-:
,
tact week that we will be back week. ,..c--
| She is making hping : -" r:;
I.
>ver 4C) this Sunday Rev were. also namedcircle: no -.
i again .
place with the J W
C a a
i Hares will bring the second messagr Mrs. Norwood: circle no :2.! Mrs. l!' Carolyn Crews, I
daughter MI
; :
I : and for the Xighten-
Kennedy
i| in the series "Messages from i and Mrs G. E. Crews \\Slte.: tV.jurday
i :-
Methodist ChurchDr iI |gales Miss Gladys Tlliis and Mrs.
Sunrise Service I| 'he Risen Christ" wit.1tht' sermonat with Loretta Kelly da .ghv: Earl COOKSGROCERIESMEATS
Pat Fraher. co-chairmen.
T Arthur Moalti of Jack- 11 o'clock. "The Risen Body". '|'of Mrs. Annie P.. Kelly : ::.-..
WeAttended// The carol choir will sing the of- Dr. Walden M. Hon of Johns- : Heilbrorji Springs section
sonville vi:Ml! be the guest speakerat
feratory hy:rn and the Church town. Pa. shared the pulpit of the
church service Mr and Mrs. G. E.
the 11 o'clock Crew? nay a-
The second annual Easter Sun- Choir will sing the morning an Community Church on Sunday their
Methodist Church this guests from \Vedn-.i.:
the First
rue Service. sponsored by the in them. J with his father Dr. J. A. Holl. Phone
339-J 1-2 Mile From
Sunday. The subj Ministerial Association. ; and Mrs
Starke the regular pastor. Dr. ,
sermon will be.: "The dreamis During the Happy Hour at 5I F. Crews his wife and children! Quantity Rights Ite encdTYTYTYYTYYTTYTYYTTYfTTTTTTYTTTT
I : > :
landing on I
held at Shipman'a Holl few
for
here a
are visiting
\
t the Choir of Allen and
but faith remains" Dr p.m Chapel youth f Linda from Monticellj!:
Kmgsley Lake. Easter Sunday I gone '! days with his parents. Guests TT TTYTYTY1'YYTYYYTYTYTTYYTYTTTT?
will speak m the absenceof will bring special music and the of the L 1.'anwr.g.n' *
i/rning at S 45. Mosley Dr. and Mrs J. -J.llTB: : HINDI' I a\\U'II! lIou
Hall have'
the pastor Rev. Thomas G. piano-organ-duo lead the j A. Sunday were Mr and MrH u I eI
Rev L D Hain presided over .1 singing of favorite requested other guests from Johnstown. 'Tucker and children from Fernar.- '

V hf beautiful service that starteda I'Utchtll in, the who Louisville.ia conducting Ca. a.Methodist Revival -- hymns and! gospel choruses Rev I Mrs. Frank D. Baker and Miss dina Beach and Mr and M I' Lb FullhLb 1
29C'
Cite sun rose over the east | Church as a part of the I Haines' message from the series i Helen Meyers who spent the week- Herbert R. Hildreth of Gdin.-\,.... BACON TEA 49C

shore of the lake The BUS Band, i I South Georgia Conference Methodist "Old Testament Miracles" will bei I end with them. Mrs Holl's sister, Two of our number are up *n .

directed by Carl Robert. played)I. United Evangelistic Mission. 'oah'B Boat Ride". |Mrs. L. S. Bowsher, who has been at ura' again after illnesMi: :

tot the service and the HighS !: Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock Sunday School meets at 9:45: I with them for six weeks has gone H. O Bates who suffered w.t": FRESH (.HOl \1) I FRESH t.EOHi.IX

:
Mi/na. (Canma sang "F'airest Lord Beginning next week and con- her desk again and R. P M.Leu-
G. T will and Training Unions gather at : Lb '"
,the service Huggins
''iUS'' tinuing through the summer until don, director of tte 111tnlb.I, *...!: HAMBURGER 19C MEAL
lead the congregational song servIce -|11 6:15 with tavern Outlaw, director I II j Bureau, 5 b34C
is back after '
next October there undergo :
will
Itev Thom G Mltrhnll spoken I, and Mr Slade will show motion Mid-week service regularly 7:30: be a ,I
>h.. Easter theme. "Christ Isr.vn ; pictures of the mission work I Wednesday evening directed by' change in the hours of the services -, an Jacksonville.Mr.operation. in Riverside HW.JI' : >

He stated that Easter! in Mayan. Cuba and other areas I the Pastor with prayer and praise. in the Catholic church. Mass and Mrs J. M. Dra'lle.r SWIFTS SUCK I) !i FRESH FI \.
li the gladdest day of the entire taken on the recent trip of Mr. I time for all. j I I will be held each Sunday at S tended : : I
:ear for thousands of people oft'f'h Mr. and An invitation is extended to a. m in the Woman's Club. I I a family reunion in J i.. k !
and Mrs Slade to Cuba I any 1 sonville at the homtof Mr Lb IftC dozen
i
nationality in the world be- Mrs Slade will also tell of the to worship at these services at :I The Catholic Club met on April Mrs. M. F Coker last an BOlOGONA EGGS 43C

a>!,!' <>f its significance of ever- mission work being done in Cuba. ;the First Baptist of Stark ,'j 18 i at the home of W. J. Siprelle. Many of the Bradley Sdtuida\ :

lastlng life The fact of the re- I Special music will be futnishe!J j Plans were laid for a bazaar to beheld present. Among the metes out-of-town: were. I

.Mt on ix atteste-1 by n any on Saturday July IS. in the
urr
from the Youth Choir I
Iby! a quartet \t The Tabernacle guests were Mr. and Mrs ,
'nfalhble ppjofs, the speaker said. the Starke Methodist Church Woman's Club. Proceeds from the [) tn JIKT1111! & BRISKET I 11LI E HOSE:
of ({ Boone and three sons from Let:
To thousands upon thousands Last Friday night the 20th Anniversary bazaar will go to the building

1. oeople theirs Is not mere throryvague Presbyterian Church program of the establishment ,! fund.A. i ware.Mr>. P. S. Crews S punter and STEW S E Lb 19C RICE 5Lb 62C
uncertain but Communion
rumor I of the Mission Hall ani breakfast was son, Billy, spent Thursday .tits r
l I' ivi-d ((If'MenceIr Mitchell Tabernacle work enjoyed by 21 parishioners of the
Sunday S(hfXil I lOa m Morning was presentedto ( noon at the home of thK .'\ .
riaxl: "If they are facing life of members and Keystone Heights Catholic Churchon .
Worship Service "The Protestant a large group i Sapps in New River
v,, onoti.Hlv now where once they : Concept of the Confes- friends. Cut flowers and potted Easter Sunday at the Inn 1 Mrs Spencer Crew \:!><.n' MKI.UW IKI.I.im 1)A1S\ \ KU.OKOSI l:

re defeated. It la because they I slants were used in decorating.An !I i The Woman's Club members
sion of Sins", 11 a. m Thursday night and Fmitv l .I: Lb
.'/e f'nin.t th- same Itisen Lard Sunday evening Youth Activities interesting program of music I were hostesses at a card party in Jacksonville with a fn.-n.i Mi> CHEESE 49C

'". walk! ,-,I among the flowers of I \ 7 P m Junior Choir (ages and readings was interspersedwith ': the Club house on Friday night. C. S. Galbraith. fLOUR 1 0Lb 81C

'IP garb n "n the morning of the -111; Pioneer Fellowship (ages impromptu remarks by I April 10 Between SO and 90 per- U D. Peacock. 1st World Wa
,
( Senior Fellowship
12-11) High
;' Tender flit (1HO.ST
"I'v"r.tl l hundred persona gatheron ( 15 and above)I. I Testimonies were given by two Pd. There were tables for bndge. his home Friends are sMnpatluzing orLb
the sloping' shore of th- ages .returned canasta and samba. Dessert ot IH HK:
S "The missionaries and Mrs with .s'lrvunrM'!: ii 1'
Evening Worship pm
: tk" foi thi- early morning ser\rice William cake and coffee was served ann
Wright of Buffalo, N Y.
1 ''hl'!" itiuuster.s |participating: In Message of Daniel" II fruit punch later in the r STEAK 39C
Monday. Apr 20. 11 a. m. and formerly a singer with the Billy evening jar
". aPrvlrr wire h CWhlon\ \\ Sunday and Tables were decorated with i LARD JIb 39C
Tuesday. Apr. 21. 1:30: p. m. group sang played a i spring
FRIGIDAIRE
MI Aiiivarvl L. (J Heming- piano number.A i flowers. Mrs J. C. Powers wur.
Spring meeting of the Presbyterial I i
t" of Suwannee Presbytery in I report of the work was given .' the door prize High prize!' \\''r'' Ilickon Smoked half or whole small side

Jacksonville. I by the Sponsor. Morris Brack- won by Joe Peters. Frei'ont Tulles ;- THERE'S JUST ONE FLA. ). ::10:1? : iS \
Church of God man Jr. of Lake Butler played a and F. M Walrath Si Low Lb
Tuesday, Apr 21. 10 a. m. I :
trumpet solo, and in an unusual pnzes went to Mrs. S. E. McKa\ FRIGIDAIREMade BACON 39C
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Suwannee Presbytery" will meet I I TOESO
Worship 11 am. Evening at Southsule Estates Presbyterian I manner played his own accompaniment Mrs. Lydia Hurley and Leon Ri:lo\\1.- only by General MA S 10C .

Servo 7'30: p m. YI'E Service Church Jacksonville! I!I on the piano. Mrs. Hippie out. :Motors Corp All other

Tuesday 7.30 P m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Apr 22, 8 p. m.- I I of Park of the Palms played a I I The Club will stage a fashion Electric Refrigerators are Tender Smoked C't'HE i

7 30 p.m Thursday. Prayer Meeting: and study of. solo on the harpophone. I lo'dock.I show Saturday April 25. at S made by other companiesand Lb I '

1.8tl'Y Genesis 11-15. Choir practice 8:30: :'I I After the program, guests were '' Tickets will be on sale for cannot use the word S STEAKS SSC )1 \H( \I DINNER

Sunday School 10 a m. MornIng -. p. !n. Invited to the annex where ice this event this week. It promisesto Frigidaire.

: Worship 11 a.m. YI'E Serving scream' and home made cake were be good entertainment : pkgs

Saturday 7.30 p m. served and an hour of fellowship '| :Miss Doris Siprelle flew to Toledo NAPKINS 1 15C

Christian Church enjoyed. The leader of the Satur- Ohio. this week to spend Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Fan,,' Red Fla. I) & D .

Church of Christ Donaldrldon., Minister day Youth Meeting was W. B. :McKinney 'I part of her vacation. She will visit ? ? Lb

:Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lee ithe parents of Harry Brannan F 1CIIElL !
Corner 10th and McMahon: Services being hold at American 1 FRYERS \\ PLENTY; 1 :: OF
Legion:; Hall until l new building have been chosen to plan and Mr. Brannan will be remembered THEN SEE ,
Bible School-10 A. M. conduct next Saturday's meeting. [i as a holiday visitor here last win-
Preaching A. M. and 7:3i is completed about May 3. I MULLET BREAM AND I
PM. Sunday. April 19: Bible School te-/ I E. H. SMITH ,

Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship and St. Mark's Episcopal II Mrs. Burch Is at home again :MEAT PUI('ES THURSDAY) THROUGHSATURDAY. {
after a visit of several weeks in
each Wednesday 7:30: P. M.nlt'ltCIl Communion 11 o'clock sermon Rev Raymond K, Maclilala Miami. Tenth and Temple Arc. SPECKLED PERCHVETERANS
topic "Baikshder". Christian Endeavor i
6:30 m, showing film Schedule of Services Mr. and Mrs J. F. Freduksson Starke, Fla. ". ,_ .0 __ _' __- __ -, ___ _
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OF JKsrs CHRISTOF p. ... "'
j SUNDAYS have gone to New York City fora -- .- '" --.. --.P- -_ ,,- -- ",-_ - __ __ __ ;
ATTKU 1).\\ SAINTS: on "Guide for Sen-ing" Evening -

Services each Sunday in old Masonic : message 7:30: p m., topic "Life." ,j 9:45: am. Church School. 111 j few weeks. ,' -' '_:'"'<:'. :- :::' -' .... ... .- -' = -...; -- ._:- -,..-' -,: :..-. :;-'.--._..,:":: _<-.- -_;_':.. --, .' :: -' _--c--_ -- -_:--_' .--t;
7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer & Sermon; Mrs. J. A. Williams went to
Hall( on K Vail St Sunday Choir practice Monday : p.m.
Colson. AU 6:30 p.m., Young People's Service Cedar Keys for a few days last
W.
School 10 at the home of C.
r a.m Sacrament Serv6 -
League. weekend.
!' 30 Everyone welcome singers welcomeIndies .
e
pin i. Council will meet at C. HOLY COMMUNION J Mrs P. H Haskins and daughters : -

1\\' Colson home, Tuesday 7:30 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday Miss Joyce Haskins: and Mrs
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'Ip, m 7:30 a.m. :James Weber, spent the weekendin !

HEAR BETTEROR Mid-Meek" prayer service atpltrstlna FRIIl y I j Keystone Ht'ights'isiting her

Wednesday 7:30: p. m. 7:30:: p.m. Litany & Meditation !'daughter Mrs Robt. JacksonLt.

PAY HOJHinG! S p.m., Choir Rehearsal. j ji I Robt. Jackson who was recently -

released from the Ary.has .
II Itl IlSm Uti ClUUJ(17fNIr I St. Edward's ChurchSunday '' to Philadelphia Pa
gone
IIOPK BAPTIST dirndl ;I '
: TIIKKKSSV: J where he will be for a few w'k'-
i Mass! at 9:1a.: m. ;

Wot-kday Mass ?:30 a m. Sunday School 10 a. m.: Preaching training after which he will be THIS 2 3 BEDROOM

Childu-n'i Class Saturday\ 11i Service 11 a.m.. Training assigned! as a field engineer for' or

i i a mi I Union 7 p. m ; Evening ServiceS the Philco Corporation Mrs Ja k-
son1'.' remain in Ke'or.i.,
Ke tone 1I1'lgtlht m.
HEARING AIDS i ) p.
Women's Club) "A church earnestly contending Heights; until the dose of *< ho"'
'"IU (ill*! MvpttsIsrN H
I Sund,n Mass S a. m. for the Faith which was once delivered 'and will then join her husband

$75 ............,."M.Cs&T ... Confessions! before all Masses.PKX1KTOM unto the Saints." Jude
II w..u w"....t TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE ar HOME
I 3 A welcome! awaits you

,\I. 1IOUNF.SSnil'KCII Merle Iackman. pastor

CANOVA i i I FARM4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Sunday School 10 a.m. .vvyvv..vv.v..v..n.

PHARMACY Evening Morning Service Service 7S0 11: a.m.p.m. I FROM

Keystone Heights The State Farm C"rnmunit\ Cub; YO"
Prayer Meetings! WiMnesfl;
Phono 160 "tarke." Fla, met tt :he Club house, \pi.l: 11 at
S.i
'llIthl 7 4.% p in .r.l:1y nglim And In
I l>j :Mrs. Sara :\lonalJ 2 ;.U in the 3ttt'rn..m Mis T t'; Easy
&.......... ......... UFIRST 7 t;; .' Caldwell called the "
m' tiny: :">
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOfruiKttion.il older and after the Lord' Pr.ty'rand PaymentsCHOICE
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License the flag salute Mrs J G G.dWin -

I.>.. Is K<>\is i di read the following reading entitled

BAPTIST CHURCHStarke \i 1 Us m"'IngTuesday: night "Co-operative
"':<' City Council voted 4-1 to Pledge": First: I agree to p: tnt

-uhstitute a flat occupational and cultivate five rows of "p'.> In

'". ,. 4 .,.. ." .," "T. '(license fee of $10 for all busi- oar garden-Presence. Promptness. S100 WITH APPLICATION

UKV. MINIS I 1), HALVES. Ta.xtorJrfftTxtn i I nesses and professions in place of Preparation. Perservence. Party

and Court Streets In The Heart of Town ''the variable fee which was adopts Second: I also agree to plant and -100 STARTS CONSTRUCTION
i ordinance last December keep weeded three rows of
Phones Office 231: & I'astorium 130: .
w ... ,." ..... .. .. I The action was taken when a "squash'-Squash mdifferen" LARGE LOTS

Morning Serb ice "Teaching of the Ui en Thrift" [' petition was presented to the gossip: unjust criticism ThirdI BALANCE ON POSSESSIONSTILL
Council signed by agree to plant four rows of "iet-
E\ening Service"OId Testament Miracle) approximately
I' tuce" 1. Let be unselfish and AVAILABLE
,... .. .... ." 90 per cent of Keystone business us AND
Sunday-Sermons: 11:00: A,M. ; :30: P.M. I operators, terming: the new ordinance loyal. 2. Let us be true ti oar

Sunday School 9: $IS: A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. "discriminatory". The Coun- obligations. 3. Let us obey the Pick Yours Out Before Approved ONLY
rules and 4 Let
regulations. us
Midweek Serbice Wednesday 7:30 P.M. ,'II i! decided that the new fee would Per Month

-,,.... .. .. .. .. .. ..4' ." ." . be retractive, and that any business love one another. Fourth: I agreeto It's Too Late $46.00

FOR FHEE TK \XSPOKTATIOXPhone I'h I : : had alrt'adpaid an amount with complete"turmps"-Turn my part of the for garden meet- By VA Include Insurance
up
266-J on Sunday 306 on WeekdaysEItMON n evess of $10 would be refunded
ings. Turn with a smile Turn
up
'ie difference. The old fee before -
up with new ideas Turn up with

I[i 'ASS P'lions the change last December. determination to mike evervtnmg 6 Large LotsEngineered Sliding Closet Doors

-.. nub Fish Fry count for something good and 0 Drainage e Forced Air Furnace
worth while. After a brief bus.nes,

/ SUNDAY > P.M. ,. Next The Tuesday Keystone Night Heights Lions meeting an interesting program Landscaped Hardwood Floors

was presented. Mrs L. F Chapman -
I It. Club will stage a big fish fry gave reading "Appreciat.on e Aluminum Windows Plastered Throughout ,

"Getting The Gate"Join <: beach Tuesdav in night.front of April Keystone 21. on I the.n.i of Aprons" and then each memberwas Tile Baths Youngstown Kitchens

given a slap of paper and pencil -
\ the crow ds attending our services i Tickets are on sale at $1 for to judge the aprons made and
; adults and 50c for children. Pies brought by each member The ABOUT TO CLEAR

9E ir.c p& and hear this message bj' and cakes will be on sale by the aprons were pretty practical and 3 WEEKS YOUR APPLICATION

:;1 ( :, the Pastor Lioness Club. useful, made from scrip of material -

.--.... R.aRaa The Community Church Women organdy, prated sacks etc ,
.+os met on Tuesday. April 7. for their some with embroidery, ruffles. ap

First Baptist Church, Hampton regular monthly general business plique and crochet. Mrs. L F CONTACT .*

..Y; meeting. Since the church was Chapinin's apron was voted best

BOB (;R.\Y. Pastor still in process of being renovated and she received a pink dotted

*- ,..--, the mt'etingwas held in the Woxj swiss apron with lace inserts and A J. THOMAS Jr. County Service Officer

=. : )Hible School 10 A.M. B.T.U, i ::00 PM I I j an's Club next door. Mrs F. Clark ruffles with lace added Everyonewas ,

!! conducted the devotional exercisesland happy to have a farmer member -

j: "HOI R OF POWER" Wed. S P.". I Mrs. B Chnstoffers reviewed Mrs. C. M Turney presentThe I SOUTH COURT STREET

=-- 1 the study lesson on India. Rou.ne club house was beautiful with

For A Saviour' :: business was conducted and white orchid and red glad-oiaa:
"A Going Church Coming ALLIED HOMES INC. FOR FORMATION CALL ,.\, :37391)
f-uers were elected for the next mixed with budded magnolia and ,
II
\rar The new officers will:: be red and yellow snapdragx!:. The

M--,. Etl.l3..:ker president M-s hostesses for the aftera.jon Mrs
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MCE TEX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA

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Tornadoes Play Macclenny Tonight I outburst. TTTTTTTTTT TMTTTTTTTTTTT Keystone Lions !. ('Irrult C..rt. ttraafvrd t'....!;. ------ -- "
The locals have a 1-3 record Fl lurid; !. ftiuttri. Notice of Unpaid
>. :r. I... Delinquent Tangible Persona)
date BRADFORD : i I' : f. '
having played good -
oppos.tion ; t '.t .- ". <_ ,
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:i l e'r-r i .n'
i In First Of Five Home Games : The team is out-hitting opponents And Auxiliary Order Cast N.. '" Property Taxes

Of rubllrailai sad \. .
but the hitting I t i- .
not .
boys are : Mate "I i n : T.-;c :". .
i v( Florida -.1! l'-p-; > To ,
The Tornadfjes open their home will) be returned here later Green in the clinches. Plan To Build T J.a-'I t4"i iU-r* w ht, i Iha'A- l'rd..d !'\ 'hal't: ,f lifi.,1.: .' :- II:
-r-:,'.-! .. and .. 1ir-- tangiblr peri.i', priirr: tat. ,
s .
;- > 7rnfr *"e->ci fir '
Und tonight < Friday) against Cove will be here Tuesday tHIGH 4. F, liTI LUrut. and ". \r.\- 1' II l'
Springs Against Leesburg Delano The Keystone Heghs LoasClub .avel Street L'.l1u O.t> I'hilip- !I poor cent .c.\n.nc \prl.! let -u. n :axe- are dr".. Inc :I'i Ic' ,
p.!1. per nu>nth plus the ..
'-4 Macclenny with the first of 5 ,: night. Thomas went the route for the which was organized less You are required to appear onj I!1 t"nle!'!' thr a-.-nntr "PI"I.; pr .portu ea1 K>"-alu1*.. cost below of ruhhshnlt it' '

straight games. The weather haj !, B. H. S. played three games first time this season. He gave I I than two years ago. has gro1Into \ : "May""urt IS.and 1>5J.couse:n the wherein at .>\e named I!I firs>n da and) of seizure:Mat of l'i the:. \liarruls .1. :-'ue. thereon.are paul d:.r.up .-,h'.0,'l1l: ..

up 6 hits, walke1 10. struck out I By Brenda Bradford ;: the largest Lions organizationin >rk" dUoroe! Bradford plaintiff un paId t.*.... penalties unsiM.i. 'r'- > ii.: ,--I. of the t MI.I'H
not been favorable for games her : the past week and managed to 11 LAAAAAAAAAAAAji&jjjAAAA County Tel-i taXpers jnd the j, t. '
ve< 'n.\
8 and hit one batsman. His team-i ,r graph shall Publish this Order to con of a'\'ertl.t ( and tile f'rst! C
this district Tae club
run-.th
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and fortunately Coach Hobbs had i iachf'Juled now I[ rut four weekly !> pen I: .1" ',,11,''' '
tuuu. tk.ob
win losing the other two. 12 3 of I Since | PUtilrt >" I Car '. ,". '. ,
game out of town. with one mates banged out hits this beautiful summerweather numbers members. with seven ,I\vitness my hard and official seal W T Rrannen S J, MrJ it '. :. .'ro' :. .

The Tornadoes wore Leesburgj! them going for doubles and were has come to Starke. everyone prospective new members awaiting -]: at Starkt. Flunda. this April 14 Cha.K.. Caldwe! 11.JS Ele. ir. "
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the exception of one game which I I 153! !(: J. U (;riff is -0.\. \ 'VI'i' -
*i down with a 17-7 win and lost I II| issued 13 free passes to first base. I at RH.S. is punning a trip or ; acceptance A buildins fund, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles .\. Dub,- .0\ "ru.-t. Jr "4."<1 Farmerso F Ibet:t .. .__ '

4 yyYYYVyYYVYYYYYYYYYV'YYYIVUERE I Martin. Buck and Kopelousosea party of some sort. I jfor a club house his been set up. ''' Cv Marian As Clerk. of Qui Court J. IV.' I'opeI iCiS 1.1. 1"\ .. :
the next day to \Vild-ood 4.3 in ,; L. Cf /Sby. Deputy Clerk r> Reddish 'S
5.55 .
fl collected 2 hits I! S S and search .AUn* 1-' M Car! KSai '
| i a for a suitable build WiiiirJr.. (irah \ TRAINING AND i while their swing : I'UlldI'mg. .06 'J 1
innings on i Ja k on\ nl.- Florida A J Starling:
j The hard luck Sat The Senior Class will celebrate ing site is in progress. |I 10 Jot
EXPERIENCE COUNTIf through Central Florida. Tuesday -I I team had on Att> > f ir Tif 4 IT It :> i tiad Tyson : 59 I:. !
T
afternoon Lake City's Tigers urday when it lost 4-3 to Wildwood -| graduation with its annual holiday 1 j Keystone Heights is In greatneed I i iIn Ja.-Albert. Veal T)>on !,4!I I.'I' ,e Iii

)f>u iiM-d a trim or surgical with 12-6 I.1 in 10 innings. Ed Teston : This year the group will leave earlym of a builJIng or sufficient The. ('''UD" Judge'. I'vurt !a \.OJ J to i: '% aii. Jr I Sti J I.u .
did it again a score. I for llradfvril ( ount, r'lvrMa 12 H Ii \l .
itupport, }ou cannot afford w catching the Tornadoes in the I I' was on the mound all the way |' the morning for Jacksonville size to accorrmodate business and In ( .haiirery.In I I! Hradtnrd"'ch..I H..u'Oi.tnc: '0. S I. t' 1'.dK"tt

take a chanrr with j .ur health bottom half of the 6th inning and | and gave up 6 hits, walked 3 and I Beach. The date set was T&ursday. J social activities of the different: ,. Re: E-tate: (.f II U S.'h..fl..hl. I'", : KueClar.n.e! hint. .' ;rtll 3\II i t' \ i ,,:tt'* U F :-.t.: !."
.I\.d Kr't.l\:
struck 13 batters. May ;. Looks like there wile I jcmc groups. This building when L < ..1.. "- I' :t .1. .. .
With
by Muff fmpro'MTly 11th; going pj ..t them with an 8-run out more i NOTK: 10 fliIlIIohI: .. I Za ry I 'r"\\ f..1 Tax i .11.|| "-
: t, some blistering Senior at the will be a\8.tllbIe to :H :" lr".H: .
Here at t'anota rriMriptlonnt support from his teammates afield completed all I r All Credit"and All I'.r'.n- ; !

he could easily have notched I Banquet.I 'I local organizations Li well as; being HAng Claims or I>ru:..uutAgainl S
<> r, u" hate trained technician tvud Ri-tatr DIPOHTOTIrE
I I S S the home of the Uons an! TO AM. F.UIEHS1)
DIRT anotherutory. The BHS boys
*, both male and female FILL : .Y..U. and f a.'h of you. are h. rr' FAHMAI.l.
The Freshman Class had Lioness Club. I t>\ TIItUTtflVNERS
were leading 3-0 the first inning quite a jI iI j notified and required It. PTMM.'
to wr'e 30(1.RemNflber an ilaims
discussion > and demands ,,
and WildA'ood tied it in hot as to whether they I The Lioness auxiliary was organized or either Hh.ih u F\KM IH)>H:
up of Al TO
!' >"u may ha\t> si I'l'IA.
RICH
jour health &n< GOOD; 'would aKHin-i Clarke. llorUU I I- not in an'
tom half of the 6th. From then visit Jacksonville Beach or on March 10 with a char t heslate of H K S.'hnfleld. d... .-..*. \\a> :ilfii.it! <- l with
comfort depend on expert Kmgsley Lake They finally decided ter ed. late of Bradford t'uunty. 'I"r'' ain titter iJtMlership. chain or tra tot
of 27.
on. it was more a duel I j membership The president d i. i.> the HOT -
TOP SOILSee pitchers' T. A Yawn.: Com:t\ aK 'n< ) \U tra tor.., nuihinos .
fitting. Wildwood scored the winning to go to the lake and dd so i is Mrs Annthony Baker of: Judge of Bradford County and file anti (urto an- -iwur: .l dlrt tt\.

run Thursday afternoon. Keystone thrsune in his office in th- ".un- from IIlIt'rn.ltlmtlll.1nt. tt'r ('timpan.ar..IIOUX-H.
in the I last of the 10th with: 2 out i Heights. |I l> Cuurt Mouse in Bradford iunt' \' I.tIllI..
IIOMK
Klor.da : A .urn M
CANOVA S S l'Vl.uill ..
when the second baseman rappeda Roy H Browning. president ol within eight calmdiir Ri\e >ou CIUDIT: pri.-
n month from the date of the fir-t t'n all tractors. machinr.
Part ,
of the 7th tarts. '
grade was thei ( or Ijlmr b (,3U'.? this bu'Ines.
I'llKSCKIITION CENTEI BILL JACKSONJackson single and came home on an: t the Keystone Lloru: states that the Iiublu-ation hereof. Said claim* ..r'
I is "
i first to hit the dt mand to rntirrh 1IO.MK: t\\NHP: :
outfield error. I water at Kmgaley success and rapid growth of the of the contain the legal address and >ou JMJ no oth Tujjencj. "l6ll'r'l\lp.
PHONE( 1202 i when claimant) and to be !>uor'i I.. .
I they visited the Like last ) or mill .
a i'"tniiii U
Transfer Company Tuesday afternoon Thomas was : club is due to the activity of its and pre ented as aforesaid ,'r *amr n or pertrntajfr in an) lr.M'tot
(Near Hospital) Friday. The other sections of the u.ll be barred See Section parts or 'rtice
at
board of directors and the interestthe TU; I U I'\KM. IW.'U1: TO si |'1'L\ .
Phone 165 again on the mound and didn't ;17th grade are also Florida Statutes. j \ tli
Gainesville, Fla.LAAAIAAALAAAAAAALAAAALI. planning trip members have taken in their I'at<-d: April S. 1953; I j H l TKONiK: : Is ,\I'I'ltnu: :

: seem to be in too much troublei'till < S community projects. Considerable Annie ... Sihofield. as Executrix of

the 6th inning. Up to then I The Girls Basket B ill Team is assistance to the club haj H the B I>a>.S-hofield.t Will and decea.edA Testati-ru. of FARM HOME & AITO Sl'ITIA. .

..TnYTTTT..Y9YT.TTTTTTnY9TTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTYNOTICE he had given- up only 2 hits and -I planning to spend one Saturday in been given by two of its membersbecause ; J. ThomaJr Atty for K\e: '1" \ HUh A Clrerr> >tv 'tarl.t'. Ha. Thorn'bl U

: May at Daytona Beach. of their vast F.t puhluatioii on April 1 17 1 I' .
PLANNING TO MOVE? runs uhile his teammates ha d1 i experience e 4 17 I'
.5. and efforts In Liomsm They are -
him 6-4 I
given a lead to woik on.
The Student Council is going to Lion International Counselor Tony: :.0 -l'K: 'i U 1'IMMIl

;_ '-';:- j Let us do the job for you com In that fateful 6th inning. how- I visit Andrew Jackson High School Reaves of Gainesville: and Lion I'l.iriiln I. ('Irrull la Court( llrndford fuuatf Co ,'''''0..01W.d

We local and long i ever Lake City got 4 hits and 8 m Jacksonville and District Imnrrrj.
i R8.ALlrAkU CSOM I plete. operate i attend a meeting Deputy Governor Harvey 1 .te1 Vara-hu- I'laintiff. \ \ _.
runs to take the Futch of their I li. \ .irhu. 1rf..nd.nt
p. distance anywhere in U. S. game. : Student Council Wednesday : Sutherland uf. Keystone. ;(

_. 1- and Teston with 2 bits each led April 30. u the tentative i I \..lrr T.. tppmr. I'a-r :N -
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tht locals in their 7 hit attack date set. Ought to to be an T .Vr.ni H Y irhii-. v\ I II '
Phone 311 or 250-J '! prove Speech Club Plays ::01.l -i., .- and :add i.-s. i-. t'nk') .
T educational
J.1 .ston collected a triple and a trip for all The group : Y"in are hereby notified that a

.lflgIe while Futch got a double plans to spend the remainder ot -jit for

: Excellent Storage Facilities \\ lth his single. the day (tif any remains i at Jacksonville \ At use 2 Nights his l'I\.r.l><-<-n filed.. against .. "
you in tl- 'J'\. I
Beach. .oJ.\'e i named Curt and CIiU' .ui'l 1:; '
|I Fridair.il t S.ttupiu ngitot > "u are required to ser\e a ,,' r I .,
Thrift Shop Moves I S S ; this week the L" S U.nll be in a tour.. answer or pleading to t-.py tin Co..m.1 W.ndo,"" i --: too .' a.q
R. B. ALVAREZ "ir iamt i The Science Club also explored: frenzy. of excitement as .\'uun2'I'I'I'I | Attorney T. Frank LanJruia '/ P ',(Iwr. VYndo...

The Junior Woman's dug Thrift | at H-2-O at Kingsley last Tuesday i I electricians make the last minute i il Starke.: Florida. .
Agents for Delcher Bros. j I afternoon. The I and file the origu.al In the officeTf ]
.hop has moved to Jim Forre t's water was mighty I adjustment on the stage lights, the Clerk of the .

I.----_ __ -_-_ .- Pl'rr"man HIdji. S. Court St. i old fush market ) next to Wall'sN'ookey I I I cool, if you will remember, bi itevery I young actors submit to the dreaded : "nn or before the Circuit Court ,
.
F"wer! and Elsie Hazenare one had fun. ordeal of and lx d.IY .f ll.i>'. 195 : COOL Flo-Breeze Awnings solve
I grease paint fr.lnt-I .theruise the allegations of said every

in charge Please bring old ,I. I ic directors answer a thousand ani I Complaint C"O""d by you Hill be taken a* con-'. awning problem \Vith Flo-Breeze and at

T'!1l'thes. Also hear the ouniors have plans!I one last minute questIOns. before T, This notice shall be published j:

to visit Jacksonville: Beach on Ma.vj I I the agonizing hush that falls when once each, week for four consecutive i I no extra cost, you can get exactly the awning
WINKLER\ ( ELECTRIC SERVICE weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph I|
23. Don't know if anything definite '[ the show is on. > style needed for your home. Solid colors

had been set I flatt..1 this li diof .\prui.1'Vi !
up.
At fe.30: p.m sharp the Bradford' I Of'FIt'stAL! ) Charles A. Darby stripes, and contrasting borders.

w.c.T.u. players will open the double billwith I Clerk of the Circuit Court
The Political Campaign for 1953- I Dy Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk '
'pN/ a delightful comedy. "Say j .
t 4 17 4t : xMIIKH
54 Student
council officers officially !
was Uncle. I
People who saw the last
"I''IH.I'I.n'I'OJn:1) -

1'IT.I.S.XI) OIlIER ST.\Uo"I n: I opened by a rally at an production mired at the antics ot j : "10 ,tIMMMU I!I Call F. R; BUTTRICK
I Assembly Wednesday.. I I !. ( I r cull Court. Bradford County
---1 IS"'TrrrTlOSS.OI'tST th* Maxwell famIly. and "Say Unlce" !
RADIO : MORE: flnrMni In < hanrrry.I'irg. .
: IHVN ';.> MILLION' DOl.kXKsLXVT Running for the office of President \ promises the audience a deIlightful ; .. li t 'oleuun.' I'l.until I I f. \ PHONK !illOl ST\KkI.: t.
are: Robert M inning, and CW "unusuIal' Iu: line I". Coleniaii.' Defend.,
with this
\K\R: TORK( I- OKLrOllOLHs. reunion <' :N"; '. -- -
It AN'I) Slade. For'ice 'I. I a'e :' "
\ ." I President family Mrs Maxwell will beI \..llre 'lit "|'I.ar. =__ w_____ .
Mat-ton Harrington, Janice Par Is- I T. Karlim I'. ."..l..iian. I, I -
played Norma ,
TELEVISIONSales ( K\(T.K1T FROM .\RTICLK: by. Kianct-s II by Gonzales Mr j re-iileiu'e ant adilrevw is' i'nun" -. '
Dodd.
and Iticha
rUllendersc.n. : Maxwell by Jimmy Weldon. Bt>ay'Lou U'rgla,
IN M VvllINK: : M\i\/.l\E.) For Secretar-Joyce''I I I II Your ave hereby notified th.it a ATTENTION MR.
.-----... ,\i'ItII. 1953 ,: Siholl by Margaret Rose Duncan slut for FARMERDON'T
Fay Paulk and
Gladys Connie by Irene Metzger, Willie 1 by Divorce ,

Bundy. I has been filed against you m II,-,
Patsy Kucera and
Geprge Smith I
by
-. The election will be in the first: j Pat Bowers. above. named Court and r.uu ..uvi. < LOSE YOUR CROPSTO
and Service -- I of : u are required to serve a ('''1'.t
May >our an-\ver or pleading t.. it'". i
-Lt=SflSSflSSSflfl ,SSSSSJSS rn SSJCSJSS SrJSSt "The Man in the Bowler Hat" is plaint on the Plaintiff" Att"rii>.\

221 N. Templet'. PIIOX1166 Starke, Florida 1 Only on*. sLx-week S S period left I a ending thrilling Thrills mystery and with a surprise I Xa.Building'h II Douglas Jacksonville., 505 Fli I.Mirh>n.1 la, INSECTS AND DISEASESSEE

chills
until as well mid file the ortglial In
graduation! The caps and the 'I'flr-t'' ofttip
as laughs will keep you on the 'Io.rk| of rh<. Circuit (''.'urt {."
gowns have already arrived and or bef.re (hi I div of M.it I I'1'. :
MOE'1 the invitations and mme cards are edge of your seat. The stellar otherwise the allegation of ...1101

I cast is headed by Manan Henderson complaint uill lie taken as conft ,ieJ -
soon to come. Patsy KUcera. the by

OLO St'cretary-Treasur r of the class and Bobby Wiggins as Mary I This you.notice shall be published H. L. BROWNLEEAND
and John. Ben North .
is the of all and Jackie noe each week for four conse< utl%.
enemy prospective Cole! w..eks la the Bradford ..
'ounty Tel
> give a
simulating
|>rrr\: U.lir '" ':XOMH '.\l U, J'tIH1..... ">ppe SX i I' rat grads as she collects our tremendous interpretation graph JIM
.
: I of the hero and I .ite.l this CHASTEENFor
heroine u day of April 1'I I
II lll'-MlK ''KM' Id tl'' \\ l' i n ui .11 i' r rr debts. Commencement will
I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles
i UK i "u..1 I i i 1' "i in' p while Kenneth Tjus and Billj' A. Darby
be
'fH i >tI I an event of the evening of June, Clerk of the Circuit Omit
II'' I iv I. t IN KI'ULI: ..ii 5. Baccalaureate Service Moore will make you hiss as the Ry Marian L Cr')!!:>y. De|''''v i-i.| .rk

-.. .1. h t- S I I 1\\ i I I.. I Ii ''I- ", i ii""t. .. p i.::, i. "Ih it- ii.I will be at vilhan and bad man. T. J. Alderman 4 IT 4t ', .
t 1.\t \\ -h nit i I I u ..II t '.' i s.I'I i i, lit lii ,de-- 1l I the First Baptist Church of Starke I
\\ I "',1- :"! 'I... I tiP, I l" I. "I', < in M In ! 1.. ill- l.i. .n II M \\ > nn I'--:. ,'in $300 asked to deliver the in the Howler Hat." in (Irrult t'ourl. Hrailford 'ounl, I
U..4d. lit I I t... .' sermon to the .
-C, StaiK.
1k 'iT--t'abl"1:= i <, : roonit au lnd % KUtf In Mnrfil.t: In f hnneerr. i
1i"lh; rurnhih.unfl1rnllh\ \ ihKNTEP ,, Graduating class. addition to the two play I the I.e.ii:; I 'U\.II\\. I I'liintlff x- *'I..rt.r t ,

tI4 ht..,... .1"1 'rlc rt'Crlgt'ratur I SDont Speech Club plans a novelty si irprise. 'I I' C.'iatv.1l.f.IIi.ttIt .1
.( lint water riurhumt i'uurt.I I.t-\II-S: \\ .\ : tilenilnlliu.slni.s | I l (, ......... .,,.. ;,'.U". .
I l''s inilcN front City on Houte loo.i Rats 1..lgh !. avaiUUlf< ntailn. '- I S PRIVATE forget the Speech Club I I Not Ire To \pp..ap
.
.. '. I'nxluit well known "I'i'"ituini : I T"' Si.-rr.-tr R 1..1.,.. \\ 1. .
.i II' tu-i-i tti' 1/1. | plays at the U. S. O : Both plays have been o.s. I' -
I >' unlimitrU for I?:" >al<-> . ; (
GOLDBEAR4'L
I 'U KK.NT-Kurnn-lieil: cottagr. all, I;.....I Profit. *. Start your Im-in'I .*' PROMPT and Saturday. They are going to in!? the mod"m "in.theround"i Ir..t>t. K.itmi..re! I Marvlatnl.! i
'ut rflhIflt-ra4. tAt ge ) "rd. t-l..e in I on i-r..lit with"ul "xl..n"I.'" be big hits I'm i i technique by Mr and You are hereby "otlfled that a
tl 1... twu brdrouut .|..rtmrnt9. amiti i I \\>it.r t...l..>' fur full inf'Tiu ...11 sur. !: Mrs R. 0 suit for !
I! Kawteigh <. Davison This new Iltror. .- ',id i'thr r"Ii.t ,
'flllllt..h.*d duplexV: II.Nl: )- 11"1'U JT II --4. technique gives I I a
M.AII. -01Uilisnii.. Sturkitf \l.'inl'hi.. T"III1. lipiTIM I t I a FRIENDLY Rites For Mrs. Fripp i the audience a feeling of participat-. "has been filed against 'vou In the '
\bo\"f' named Court and cause and 2
F' "t \l K20: ft tiAlU-r anil 12; x: Ui : i \ ,\ Cl.K\XEUS 1:1:1'11:1:11II : : : : In South i i in? in the pld\s as they: unfuld, be- I voue! required to nerve a copyour of
>' faol<>r tramr Carolina y answer or pleading to th-
'"lilli.i lit KlllK"l) I...... >uld t..- > expfitAlt I SERVICE : fore hern.Gerhard. .
i, rn'ontlitloiird il-> i-omplafnt" th" Plaintif'"
I h.*. t.r !...1..1) >*. Muni* xaiiiuin ai; jr t. !
aIf. Jatk' Sifiiifi 1I i Attorney William II M.-rirau -.7
Kr S Arke Mi'tfl toT inforination liUh an I Mrs Elizabeth I
.t "W si Tison Fripp. 85 Clark building Jac'H1n Jl 1 .
3tp I :21'li 1 I :;tttg 4 l' -efleppfle.en-eenneee \ -
died Ahrendt
Friday night. April 10 ai t Florida
I trr J. it OI>OM. jit. I and file the original in Vie fffiff of INSECTICIDES AND FUNGICIDE
I > I ;:\ TIr'h.m (I1rnh.h..1Ih'U. I her home
.<> 'ouplf out)) inquire Tit II XMtLH 101 Kcunt STARKE in Columbia. S C. She? Dies In Hospital I .the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

I.Ifll\.U. St >ft.T t l>m. 31p t !4 : tit HOGS was the mother of Mrs L. G >r before the I
,. \ i.i.s I Funeral H da>' of :May 1'f." DUSTS FOR
-.'I'lt sI.E-4 r,>oin houiti thr..1 .-. lltrOak I:..... Urdnrodaf Loan Finance Powell of Starke. Monday I, otherwise the allegation of said TRUCK CROPS
<;Iuln.IlI. I'ufli Krl.lmK Complaint Kill be .
Funeral I taken as confessed
it I > rub U-iJ. JUlit uutnulf 1'1\> services for Mrs Fripwt'rl' ,
liiniti Small d"wn payment. l>aiui .K IttXT-F"ur held Gerhard Chustian Herman Ah- by you. Manufactured l, SWIFT & (L'll'YVVVVVVVVYYVVVVVVVVVVVVYYVYYVYYYYYYYYyyyyyyyvy.\ :\ \
i .ii!! tllr.jh.t"I'rlm Sunday morning at 1C This notice shal' ue publt-hrd
,. like tvllt With low IDtrlf ,, .
i ,
,
"plei., \\ ah CO.PHONE rendt. 79-year-old each week '
el.trt.rctrI.rftt.r : clock farmer died]I once for four ('on.*- 't \ >
'. Staike at
U 111. Hox 4i tfhtN'.M.KY McCormick
Funeral 1 liPhonl'
iml li"t \\ .itt>t Slefp.> ; I { weeks In the Dridford County 1.1 I -
,, miff l''Id fr.int .tint r.\r. strutly Home in Columbia with Wednesday. April 1, in Alachua graph
ReA..
: ) LEI HOrSE f u i.utliinif |.1'T.ii\ilt, I "t' i M '\ppl\' 4I6Suth 160 .General Hospital Gaint'svilIe.lr. j II. .I| 11- : ', .1.tv' ..' \pro| : YY.
t.Iag. tot n'.I.' I.'i II ,'r.1t T'I 1 l I. s ,\i.t,> t'iV tf,'hjh G. B Bennett rector of St I 11..FI..1.\I..r: \I.l I'harl.\ I'... p.
v ,."lahlr Ma> I Srr illJ In Ahrendt lived alone in his I :: -
Ti small]I (
.. Canola Drusj) Store r.lt's Episcopal Church. officiating j If-rk 'it 'h- r.r.-mt ,- "- .5. \\e Are
II "vn. I'hur. St M.ukr. ,>t ill 1 -'I l. Ith:NT t"lrll .1 I''
i. J tw I.f.li) home ( the former ?> Ma- an L. l'r"I.>'. l)>-r"l
.1 1 .. k-'iivillr SJ3;'. 4 :4 ittligFt'U i' '11-". .:--i.-.t: i'. -I I ,u, ,"J,, j Burial was in Grahamvilie Bill Parkerplace f 4 j V '. p ifltAMHISKI( : ) 1)1. \IKKS
.
1\ < ,-k t >Jrn .-t-. x .-il.t-! .., v '! I CemeteryMrs southeast of town ) and
I:NTFour:: furnih'lh I ..t,1\ For
room I'lllie | v \\ :\Ir. \ I V suffered I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
stroke
a
< In'lulI".t Strfditf.li "I'I l ) M.th .11 >t Fnpp was born in Hampn of paralysis
i.i.' .. ..i Itn several weeks He I : MHSON
_ ;'> County. S. ago. was founJ
C.. but J
had livedin
RADIOS JI
. KUK: S \I.E-Milk .'.>w ith hr'f.i.nlf '! IEI'lmm'II : Columbia since 1930. She wasa unconscious on the floor of the !I KKFKirKKA10ItSKLKCTHIC

li.'in Sdlimla) t;t\c> I c,,l- M.kM \l| ModrU house by friends and was taken to KANfiES
..
1pa. kI. member
.karEr. of the Black i
1..11' a dA) J..I" t.wsonie.hti .araNteed Swamp; I
,' >.J or 17? tt..i.K4.p..rktfl fulL ('. !'lu'.tnUIt.I Methodist Church. the hospital where he later died i it : And
? W. Call 't. Markr Ph t I
::t9i Mr
Ahrendt was born at Patterson HOME
FHKKZKItSAIJC
,
Besides .
her
) \ U > .\ : I".tott., ,.111"i daughter. Mrs :
I.< )>< Ih'u"n" F O Hod&..... 1:1 X.TF1'-4radute nur-e. ,,1'1I.n".d Powell. of Starke she is survivedby N. J and moved to Bradford CONVENTIONAL

H..\ ..3. :;Itkt. ::11' 4 :1 practul l fi'r grnfalI County about a year and a _- _
I I duty PiM-t.tr OllTKII.i.n .t'!. three other daughters. Mrs. C And
101 W. Call SI. Stark.. half ago He is survived by two I :
\ 'KLK-JO ...a.I..r..1 Umt Fla tfl.rmutmf H Wollenberg of Farmington. 80 Starke, }1a. { AHC0MATKWAHHEKS
.uid -timll ht>u>.. M4trr> AI.d nt sisters. Mrs Anna Rebecca Dubu .
Conn Miss Etta ----- --- \
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for rlf. trioit) J J ('o... art t{' India t'ntmtu** Fripp and Miss
_i. t:uise Fripp. both of Columbia: I Hammond. Ind, and Mrs A. Rohr p
A >.r....rjliaUa of Rumsen. N S. -I
on 1I.&r.n..r ('hur.,, Si I plants bran, hrj and ", nll I II and two sons Arthur H. Fripp of'l II i 9 Piece
itlrntifuatitm I root..J. 1! inrh 1I* Columbia 1 Funeral services were held Sat- I
I "i k tr >M Hrf M. irtif > a h l.ii' and W. T Fripp of New-
Kc.l t'io.s on "n? suitItuth i I <*r plants !ii-iiV-7So and II *.i hllox urday morning at 11 o'clock in'': Don't Guess
M,.r..*. Slarkr. KU .>n r.\..r'.. I )IeIee.lrrr \.t. c:........., Orleans. La :
Finder nu,,!) u:3.; St*rWeni I 1'uIII' )-:.ri.. .'"1111I! the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with..
I ,'hjC I U*. Karleton. Fla '!'a Lutheran numster from Gainesville LIVING
HAVE h ROOM
I Rides For Children you incread the fire = GROUP

l'\S\'ISI---SotU.H. round Thursl .- ,PKOTECT torn :::ECl'RM1E.'i officiating Interment was :, insurance on lour home and : I
) .nd Soiltrt"l' Fireproof Proteoto Seurlty BoIl THE ONLYDEFENSE Will Be FeaturedAt in Crosby Lake Cemetery !
prlau Saturday Music by PraJft brauttful. large, hfary duty ite1 I household property to allow
rd Count) iU) Bib) ,. I mlrnr < box 110 :i plus tn BrtdfjrdT I for their full
j
I I Navy Carnival during the carnivalIt !. insurable alue ? Was
II Now
manilat..ltlrnt All iiuitrnl TnAnclf ( .'"nt)" ..1"l gnph tf .95
.' II I.un h. I-tWr Hitler Hi was also stated that open I II 5Don't $159.95 $4J

:' a) Itft*. 10 milr.. from $t.&rke. linjAVOMEX t i 'Or.I.M. l" xi' ![ If ."oni Ten rides including merry-go-l I' house will be held Saturday. May H HI j guess about yoiprotection > ;
.
ort ni -k Mia
i <-h Plenn of '
: W'iTtIJru5: anJ MlrtAr11! and Vtnnt Rradi round. ferns wheel and ponies 2. from 1 to 6 p m during which I | but ask us to checkup :

- mail I"tlb1.)1 for instruction.", O\IT | tSend 1.K1HVairrt '\t..k> I i fiird'I KnginiTlnj. Company Phon tf. against Windstorm is will! be featured at the annual visitors may tour the dock area I I your insurance policies. 1 Sofa Bed 1 Table Lamp .....,

.*.;a \ ,>\II> n. M a'.. 3tp ;S Insurance to for carnival sponsored b> the Green: :i, at the station and inspect the After a fire it will) be too late .
pay i
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t;tZMtlVWTrlla ftnest 1.twneuCr :\ Cove Springs Naval Station thr** "mothball fleet" The Bradford I. 1 Occa. Rocker 1
;. Wall Picture
- FOR %I'UES ,.: far rent by the hour. :Nev' the damage it DO IT NOW! i it :
=: \. FK.\VE1 !S rm fri rOil : machine f'r sal at Farm. H>>m.- causes. days Apr. 30- {ay 2 i! High School Band will' also! play

I...:..I "d".llIn ehoo1 bus route.giraffe S mi K m StarkTerms. vJrrn-- i' and St$. Auto. COT 10th and Itch Chi* 4 : See Us! I There will also be a trained j.at the event on May 1 < .E 1 Rug 1 Coffee Table

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:_.4 FOR S.tLILt..pprstrn .wr..t a free act twice daily by the I proceeds of this charity carnival : 1 Hassock 2 End TablesA
\ I'tlp"fl..n"f'dutl': ''''' potato pUnts ), t-h M. N'khipmfnt n (bI\ I
, : Apply Kl lUn.hu PnIn It.'hg I *. Mart >hppin first ofAnril Charley E. Johns Great Curran who performs atop The profits are divided among !I H. C. WALL I

- I U ,' 1'ittman. ,Phorj 44).11 I a 125-foot pole various "
communities the
in area J
FOR SUJv (t iAl nu Ik -'w. ... I"ig" \ '- &01 l..on. Fl*. In* urounJ 4 gillon taih 4kv. J | Plans for this annual charit y surrounding the Naval Station. .
-:? H. WMl. Star Farm U ?ad lIpF4'R : FRLF.1I) 't.s 'of land tI hl; | Doe IS STAKKE. FIA..S. event were announced yesterday AGENCY : iit BUY YOU CAN'T AFFORDTO

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barb /Ire
- finer Irce hous uBfinuhrd -
. SU.K-Wt F.nttl.h Ford srs -.!. 00 or rtl beat offere ,. .' .... .. by Lt Corn H. E. Wood of the TIlE RIGHT POINT' for th ,' -

,.n- ra..h I'I"s 14 pam'. a' tIA G L. K..rl"Itt.. :. starke. Green Cove Naval StatIon. Commander way you write. Come In and select : Phone 146 fc MISS
E F.uiIe P l>.. 3t' W Pall St <". :' Fla or "'rit* K \nderson.. #ta i iA I
Pa>uvna B -h. F)*. 4tp 4 10 I 1 ... : I Wood expressed: appre your favorite ESTERBROOKFountain I 200 E. Call Street ?
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\\ .VTKO-.., V-rlc''arm Will"*!!.t"rn"b' f., t.flr4lC .."..".> j I .'IinIP.to Strawberry Plant* for ) x fltina THE ',: ciation to the merchants of Starke Pen. Only I2J7 at I Starke I SEE IT TODAYALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAALAA.A

.h ..i-.f,. ",,' j 11.v>... sale $1J M L. V Morgan. Rt :. TRAVELERS. Hartford II I who were very cooperative in donating BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH !

State Far-i. r.,.aJ 1'1 i: a ST: Stark F.a: :tp 4. t r -- J I pnzes to be I
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