Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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12 PAGES THIS WEEK Official County ,Publication Established In 1879

u. & Highway SOI Is taking the play away from Route 1 VOLUME SEVENTY-FOUR STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY., MAY 29, 1933 NUMBER FORTY-SLX, 'I

M fast that U is almost,certain to become Eastern Virginia's I J ,

preferred north-south throughway' within a matter of years.

The tourist, bound north or south through Eastern Virginia, Prominent Doctors Hospital OfficialsTo .
Sun And
tendtf'more and more to ride 301'sfl the way. Searing Drought

i Attend Conference Here SundayResults

The above paragraph is an excerpt from a recent article in

the Ri Tlmea-Dispatch captioned "U. S. Route 301 Be-
coming Favorite Road in Virginia." Because 301 is literally the of a recent survey of'tal, Robert G. Carter, hospital Bring Early End To CropsProduction
hospital needs In Bradford County consultant with the State Tuberculosis T
"lifeline of tourist travel through Bradford County, the Virginiapapers
will be analyzed at'an important Board and J. M. Macla-
'report has great significance for this section. 'S
meeting to be held here Sunday hlan, chief of staff of the Medi- .'

"Virginia highway engineers their planning tuned to auto- morning at 10
matic traffic counters, note a strong shin of traffic the east house meeting room of the Brad- Florida. ,Local physicians have ;

from Route 1 to SOI" says the Times-Dispatch. "It is a tremendous ford County Hospital Corporation.Dr. been invited to attend the meeting As Corn Burns Jn FieldsA

eastward, 'slide' influenced .bythe Potomac River Edward Jeiks, prominent I I

Bridge ,near Dahlgren and the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, farther Jacksonville surgeon associatedwith The survey by which it is hopedto

north'with its traffic funnel into metropolitan New York. Riverside Hospital will be determine hospital needs here blistering sun, coupled with prolonged

continues the Virginia newspaper: among those attending the meeting was made by John Saunders ? drought, seems destined to bring Bradford

which will be for the pUrposeof candidate for a doctor's degree In County's truck crop shipping season to an untimely
intsfoce whizzes down
The New York to Florida tourist, for ,
analyzing results of a recent sociology. He was assisted by end if rain fails to come within., the
,the New Jersey ,Turnpike, crosses the Bay Bridge, bypassss who is
survey conducted here in an effortto his wife Julia Saunders, next few days.
Washington on1301, crosses the Potomac River Bridge and heads determine the hospital needs of a research assistant of the Medical
Corn and
the two leading at
south_ y,the_most direct!.route,- 301. the, county. Center study at the U of F. this time crops
are literally burning in powder
I. -The completion of the Potomac River Bridge in 1940 began Also attending the meeting will They will, resent their final re- -t up
; dry fields. Beans and cucumbers
the not-so-gradual conversion 'of;301.from a narrow. outdated, be H. R. Willers, administrator of port at the Sunday morning meeting are
gone, and watermelons will also be severelycut
Tallahassee Memorial Hospi- .
sparsely-traveled route to ,a narrow, out-dated major traffic
channel I by the hot, dry weather. Tobacco is likewise -

suffering and will not make the leaf it
"Since 19ll, a .peak. prewar traffic year, the miles traveledon Summer Recreation Program Offers
under more favorable weather condi-
301 between the Potomac River and Bowling Green have in- "-

: Creased by,an almost,incredible 1,008 per cent. :More than 3,275 .e tions.Weather
bureau records for the month of
automobiles travel= the,average mile of that stretch of road every Variety Of Activities For Students
24 hours. May were shattered as Wednesday marked the

sixth consecutive day of above 9o' temperatures.The .
.VWhile-traffic on 301 from the river to Bowling ,Green has '
I The summer recreation program Coaches Hobbs and Hazelwood weathermen had to go back 81 years to
,, increased, more than 1,000 per cent, traffic on a comparable
has for Bradford County school vill be in charge of baseball. I ."' 1872 -. to find a May wjth even three days of
stretch of Router increased only 125 per cent.
rtudents will begin Monday, June The library program will con- w: 95 or higher heat, and then they weren't con

t Tremendous Consequences"The 15, and continue through August sist of stories, dramatizations, I secutive.It .

growing shift of through traffic burden from one highway 7, according to an announcement tames, arts and crafts film I'I was generally conceded that this would

to another has tremendous consequences," says tie: RIch- yesterday by P. T. NoUn, general strips, motion pictures music 'I be the peak week of the corn deal and perhips -

mone:'newspaper. supervisor of county schools, who find rhythmic activities. Mrs. _
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"For one thing, it means Virginia is faced with the rebuilding will serve as director of the ac- Payne will direct the library pro- 4 I

of 301 to bring it up to its new responsibilities. Highway tivities. ;,gram and will be assisted by Miss 7" 'Shade Tree Market' Busy SpotBradford life.com estogive The it reached a new lease on I J
engineers any 301 must become eventually a four-lane, divided, Every student from Statue who Jennings, the youth counselor.Mr. about a week crop or ten days aheadof ,

controlled access iMghway: with extra service lanes paralleling plans to participate should regis- Roberts will continue with County, already famed as the only county In Florida last season, when the deal did

it along parts of Its route. ter at the USO on Monday, June the band through June 12. On having two State Farmers Market, in reality has three. Tommy not open up good until after June
15. at 8:30 a.m. Pupils from Law- July 1 Mr. PJmert, the new band- I
"Such conversion of 301 from a point south of Petersburg to Morris, genial Columbia, S. C. produce man, bought 9,902 crates 1.
tey and Brooker should meet at master, will begin his work with
the North Carolina line will begin within months and should ,be their own school and special ar- the group. All band students are of Bradford County corn from Friday, May 22, through Wednes Since corn shipments began a

completed in from five to eight years. rangements will have' to be made urged to meet :Mr. Rimert on day, May, 27 More than was handled by either of the two week ago an estimated 27,000

"North of Richmond, to the Potomac, 301 is already over- for pupils from Hampton and 'July 1. a k J p, state-operated markets in the same period. crates and bags have been sold

loaded. It must become, in time, a four-lane divided highway. Heilbronn. Mr. NoUn said. Mr. Haller will bring the Law- Above photo shows the busy scene "under the shade trees"at to bring growers around
Perhaps this conversion is a decade away, but if so, vehicles are Any child who attended school tey students in each morning to Heilbronn Springs Monday as five trailers were being loaded been cut an estimated Although yield cent has

going to be bumper! to bumper and. perhaps not moving by this last term is eligible to take take part in the swimming program out with corn. by alverse weather,' price per -has
program but Then in the
1963. part in the summer afternoon he
participation is not required. The will direct the activities at theLawtey Morris (pictured at left with some of his crated corn) siys I been good with wormy corn
"All along 301 the boom is on. Tourist courts and motels are is designed primarilyfor school. he started operating "under the trees" when he came here bringing $2 the best grade $%.75.

t springing up, new gasoline stations are being constructed little program pupils .who'have no other activities Mr. Coram principal of Brooker several years ago and could not. obtain adequate space on the and average around 250.

town ,art seeing the color of the tourists dollin, main street" for the summer. school, will bring the pupils Starke market. Since then his business has grown until he ii Last year's total production m .

real estate is tripling in value. Included_ in the schedule will be ,from Brooker and Hampton to perhaps the largest buyer, of Bradford County's famed sweet the county was estimated at close

"Old rarrow'3O1: has one of the greatest futures, and,poses "; swimming. baseball. Softball, Kingsley Lake each Thursday corn. to 95000. crates and bags for

one of the gravest financial road-ullding library band, and afternoon. He will be which growers received around
: problems Virginia's, program perhaps working at In a statement to the Telegraph this week, however, Morris
'Y V other activities. the Brooker school the 112000000. The average price
system of'highways. remainderof
said he would operate at the Starke market next season if he last
season 125. While
The swimming program will be the time.Educational.
,. will can obtain adequate space because the market is, demanding year's volume will likely be less
The comments held at Kingsley Lake and movies are scheduled '
from the Rlchmon
newspaper are of c ataJptteaace' be directed by Coaches _Hobbs, for Hampton each Monday pre-cooied corn and he would like to get on the platform where, !than half of 193s, receIptsdU

because the renditions prevailing there In regard to Hazelwood Bishop, and Haller, I night beginning June 22. MorrisTornadoes he can install his own pre-cooler or rent state-owned facilities;.,_ run more in proportion due to

301 are much the same as,are faced la Florjde.Y Traffic on this,_ one.of the_ teoachenl.om.t.awte..Y'.J. ,, .,.. ,__ j In.regard lo coming on the Starke market-lie;said, "rm"Ing thfrihetter prices' ....-,--<... W.-, : $* ".' ;
route 5- ; >Ji" *"" -ft "- *# -- '
,'. popular M growing J-lea pmiiiT Tinii igtripTfe of tft* Pupils will' bet closely supervisedand : Bow'ToBolles: In Finals to work with you next season" Only nine carloads of produced'' '

fact that for most of Its length through Florid+ *, like Virginia, given instructions in swim- .* I (seven corn one pepper and one

the road Itself Is narrow, badly worn ando tdate L But trends ming. There will also be time Of District mixed vegetables)' have been

like the shift ef traffic from U. S. 1 to 301 cannot be halted' oncethey for recreational swimming. All I Baseball Tournament Verdicts Of Not I handled here so far by the Seaboard

are under:way Therefore. Florida "ice.' irtofe:Virginia pupils will be transported by Guilty Returned; whereas 93 cars were ship
school bus. The Tornadoes lost out 13-6 to tin came up to bat and laid downa oed last year. Unless rain comesto
must face the fact and take steps to put U, &"301 In conditionto I
There will be three baseball Bolles last Friday night in ihe perfect bunt to squeeze home prolong the deal rail shipments

route live for up north-south to Its new responsibilities travel as the fast-growing favorite teams: the American Legion group IK baseball finals. Bolles I Futch for the tying run. Before In fens Case And $25,000 Suit will ,bft only; a fraction of what

Junior Team, and intermediate will now represent this group in the inning was over the Tornadoesheld they were last year.Brooker .

,team. and .a. mid 1:et team. the State finals in Ft. Pierce on 1 a 4.2 lead and added. 2 more ____ ReportR.
s June 10.The runs in the last half of the 6th I verdicts of not guilty were returned .or WiggIns' cattle trespassing on N. Beville, manager of the

v r'---s tournament began last inning. by Circuit Court. Juries ]I I:Murrhee's property. Wigging: said Brooker market, reported 15.674

51 Interviewed m ti4 "t -S Thursday afternoon with Bolles Five of the' 11 Tornado pHyers here lash Friday in the case of'I that at the time of the shootinghe packages of produce. handled

beating Ketterlinus 6-4,. and in the graduate next week. They are Lawrence Wiggins, charged with believed Murrhee was tryingto during the past week for a gross

,nightcap the Tornadoes whipped Delano Thomas who has been a assault with intent to commit run him down so he fired r turn to farmers of $34,92365.
At Annual Clinic murder, and also in a civil suit once and So far
Green Cove Springs 62. regular for 6 years. Ed Teston, "wildly" reported the this season sales at the
in which RobeA and Erna Metz- matter to the sheriff. The bullet Brooker market have totaledS170.053.55.
Ketterlinus outhit the Bolles ca- Randall Martin, Johnny Kopel- "
(Fm ) dets 8-7, but, couldn't bunch their ousos, ,and Benton Futch. ger were charged with carelessness i missed Murrhee by a matter of .
I or disregard of conditions I inches.In .
Last "For the week
past have
Held Friday --_ hits enough for a win. Ray Abar- Coach Hobbs expressed grati- we
lp' allegedly causing injuries Jes- had
ca, cadet pitcher, showed unusually the civil suit Mrs. Frantzenand extremely hot and dry wea-
tude to the home town people for
sie M. Frantzen of Dunkirk, N. Y. her husband ther which has hurt the
good control for a lefty by not coming out and supporting his were suing the quality
Fifty-one children with crippling .4 I In the Wiggins case the defendant for and has also cut the
Metzgers :
: walking a man. The Yellow Jack- team and the tournament, which $2>.000 for alleged movement
conditions were examined at the ; ets of St. Augustine banged out 51, based his plea of not injuries received by Mrs. Frantzen 50 per cent of what it should havebeen
was a success in every way, exCEpt -
annuM Crippled Children's Clinic ; guilty on self defense testifying I I when she and fell here," Beville said.
i ; triples, 2 doubles, and 1 single.!, for his boys losing out in the slipped on the
that he believed he about to
" held here last Friday under the Hoopie Tebault of Ketterlinus' finals. was I(floor of the restaurant operatedby Starke Report

auspices ,of the Florida CrIppledChildren's tS / Y: started to the mound but soon tir- be attacked by Dewey Murrhee the Metzgers at that time. M. R.. Judd, manager of the
: The Tornadoes played a total of when he fired at Murrhee while
Starke market
in ,
Commission Mrs.
Frantzen reported
cooperation f ed because of the terrific heat. said that partic gross
with American Legion Post < .t. e # 4'', ...,. Bob Wimberly poled one of his|. 20 games, winning 11 are losing 9. both were driving their automo- I les of wet coquina shell from sales of $14,797.75"for the past
'i. Ed Teston ws 8 honored by his biles along the highway near week
56 and Auxiliary.The ,. pitches for a home run. the walk outside the restaurant, as follows: 6,321 packagescorn
clinic, which was held at i j teammates by Oeing elected captain Graham. stuck to her shoes causing herto avg. $2.50, $13.164.00. 124
the Bradford County Health Department h: Ed Teston Bradford's No. 1 of the '53 team. According to testimony, Wiggins slip on the asphalt tile floor I pkgs. pepper, avg. $2.:>0. $305.75.

included miinly Brad- '{f-. ?' pitcher this season,put the Tornadoes Batting averages for the team and Murrhee had been at when she. left her table to Po to 75 potatoes at $1.33, $99.75. 50
c1 | into the finals by pitching a are as follows: outs for some time as a result .crates
ford County children, with a small the ladies room. She sought strawberries at $..30,
number of selected cases from adjoining 'I great game against Green Cove I damages for the injuries she allegedly '$%10.00. 71 peas at $1.25.: $8S.75.
counties. prings. He gIve up only 4 hits' Annual Poppy DayThis sustained and the 104 Fordhood Limas at $3 $31%.
Surrounding a young patient, Jimmle Thornton, at the CrippledChUdma' struck out 13, walked 6 men.
The clinic staff included Dr. J. AB II ."Ir. ,she suffered. Her husband asked 223 butter beans at $2.:>0, $ 7.M.B.'K .
CUnte Ierewt Friday: are ((1 to r) W. D. Bremer, brace Johnny Kopelousos was the batting Thomas 56 20 .357
F. Lovejoy, Dr. G. I. Raybin and SaturdayPoppy damages for medical expenses and
specialist; :hiss Jacqueline Bauberly, stenographer the CrippledC'.au"lr&r star of the night game, getting 3 5T 21 .351 IIOLLJDAYThe
Dr. K. M. Nand; orthopedic surgeons Akrtdge H 6 .SIS, consortium.The i
Commission, Jacksonville; Dr. B. L. Morgan plastic surgeon ruts for 3 trips to the plate, and Buck 7! 21 .29! I i Florida Bank at Starke
and DrB,Morgan plastic driving in 3 runs. I Kopelousos 51 15:>> .289 Day will be observed in defendants denied any ''will not be open for business next
surgeon, all of.ktbOnville. Oth. Jacksonville; Dr. K. )L Nand, orthopedic surgeon from India, Martin 49 13 ..285 I negligence on their part that Wednesday, June 3
Jacksonville included DOW doing research In this Dr John Green! Cove tailed their first run Jackson 54 13 .241; !Starke this Saturday when the annual Jefferson'sBirthday
ers from J W. county; F. Lovejoy, orthopedic Elder would have contributed to the ,
a legal In Flor-
49 11 .225:>> holiday
D. Bremer of the Bremer Brace surgeon, Jacksonville; and Bin. Elmer Thornton: Jlmmie's mother.' in the first inning and added an I Teston 52 11 .%1% ] sale of the bright red flowers accident. ida.
Co.. two :nurses, a social*worker, other in the third for a 2-0 lead,I. Rln"rs' 5* 10 .173 will be sponsored by the Auxiliary JI
Polaroid 1-Mlnute before the Tornadoes could muster Moore 19 3. .15J
Photos by the Telegraph- ,
a.secretary. Assisting in the PITClfl.\G HKCORDI of American Legion Post
clinic were' Dr. A. Y. Covingtonand enough punch for a score. Buck IP SO BR H R W L
all members of the Health Department .: started the bottom half of the 4th Teston 71 102 59! 48 27 C 4 56.
with a single, advanced on Futch, : Thomas 53 104 102 32 (3 3 31 I Mrs. I. E. Clark is chairman of
staff. Devoting their Rivers 3 5 S 9 S 1 0!
services as typists were Mrs.'Bet. being safe on an error, and came j Buck 6 10 13 4 8 1 1 the sale with Mrs. Pearl Miller Highland
I home on Kopelousos' double. Mar- Akridge 3 5' 9 10 n 0 11 .
ty Sullivan Mrs. Jo Ann Lewis, serving as co-chairman. Headquarters

Mrs.-Jack Dempsey, and"Miss M 'r. ?r $S% will be in front of Ducky's

gie Strickland, all of Starke. b Mrs. Ollie Petty, Rites Wednesday on. Call 1 St. Rattler Jwj

Luncheon for aU attending in-
cluding pirents and children was Bradford Native, Rufus Allen, The poppies are sold and worn __

prepared and served by membersof S a' .t Dies At RaifordMrs. Brooker FarmerRufus throughout: the nation on, Memorial

the American Legion Auxiliary. Day each year as a tribute to those Killed

Drinks included Coca:.Colas and Ollie Silcox Petty. 5S. a Green' Allen. 64. resident who have given their lives fighting ,.

milk the Utter donated by Graves resident of Raiford for 39 years, nf Brooker. died in Starke Mon- I for their country. ge z _

Home preciated.Dairy, and was greatly ap lied at her home there Monday i day while enroute to a hospital I Disabled veterans who make the With

"the clinic was successful due morning following a short illness. after suffering a heart attack. He poppies derive double benefit from .

tSr She was born in Bradford Coun- was born in Bullock County, the work. The which is
to the interest and cooperation of r :.I I money
community individuals" and groups '. ty on Jan. 31. 1395 and was a Georgia and had lived at Brookerfor I dropped into the coin boxes in exchange
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and We wish to thank an concerned e. member of the Johnstown Baptist eight years where he was for the poppies goes entirely -

," Dr, Covington said "A complete { tid Church near Raiford. Efaged: in farming en-I I to the welfare activities. I iri

report will be received at a Surviving are her husband Surviving are three f the American Legion and AuxilKaries :
work which
later supporting the ,
many Rance Petty of Raiford; one Mrs. Ruby Scott Jacksonville i I 1: _
were given appointments for hospItalization ,I I these two great service organizations -: S s I

in the next few brother, Ed Silcox Hellbronn Mrs. Rosie Lee Padgett and Mrs.I I, do for disabled veterans and b

months. It is very encouraging to Serving luncheon to mothers and children are two members of the Springs; one sister Mrs. Barbara Mary Padgett, Gainesville; two I their families. I II "epr

know that all crippled children in with Griffis Starke; and four halfbrothers" sons Roy D. of Jacksonville, and "-
American Legion Auxiliary; Mrs. A. Y, cb\1ngton, tray of sandvkhe -
Florida Carl B.. U. S. Air Force, Shreveport -
can secure necessary \ *. and Mrs. \VaIly Muhlhof, with Cokes.YoungFolks Harley Thornton, Post: Office Open f
treatment I IJradenton. I La.; three brothers, J. L. of
condition.regardless" of their financial I --- Willis Thornton;!I Timmonsville, Ga., F. K',and W. Half Day 'May 30thThe

Starke Wilbert Thornton Mac-:jL.I of Statesboro. Ga.; and one

SeekDo Summer Jobs denny and Lacy Thornton, Jack*sister, Mrs. Viola Brannen, Savannah Starke post office will be This giant highland rattler was killed last Saturday morning by
Farming VeteransThe sonville. I open from 8 a.m. to 12 noon on
Lewis Smith (right) on the road near the Kirby Crew farm west of _
you have a job fora opportunities at the Chamber Funeral services were held in,i services were held In Saturday May 30, Memorial Day. Starke. It five -
regular meeting of the summer measured feet and had ten rattles, lam are being
the Johnstown Baptist Church the Brooker Baptist Church Wed-I I Although this is a national holiday,
Bradford County Farming, Veterans teenager Commerce Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock1!jnesday' afternoon at 3 o'clock!the post office will be open 9ur- hell by Raymond Hamby (left). Wiiiard G. Browning (center) was

will be held Monday June Dor, you need tun't1m or part About 15 young people have applied ,with Rev D. A. Greek officiating..I{with Rev. C. F. Padgett officiate I[;ing the morning for the conven- with Smith at the time UM woke,was killed with a short sUck ripped

1, in the American Legion Hall time help at home or at rour'pls.co for work. Please help place.(Interment was in the New River ing. Interment was in Dedan ience of patrons. Mail: will be dis- from a nearby fence Note the stripes on the lUke; which are different

at 8 p.m. AU members are urgedto I of business them as soon as possible by list.1 j Cemetery under the direction of Cemetery under the direction ofI patched as usual but there will i from the dlamondback 'r ttler. 'The highlander b taW to be

attend. Have you g1stered'your job 'lug your needs. Phone: 190i: DeWitt C. Jones. j DeWitt I C. Jones. 'be no rural delivery this Saturday. more vicious,ud poisonous than the d'"ftU\Ddbadc.



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rJ; -' .- CHAPLAIN SHEPHERD BIDS FAREWELLJune r You and each of you are hereby' Case X o. tll 'Florida within eight calendar
BRADFORD E. L MATTHEWS notified and required to present any Notice To Appear.To months from the time of the first
claims and demands which you. or :I : Anne V. Pita.. whose residence i publication of this notice. Each
12, 1953 either of you, may hare against the and address.. : c/o Annie V. Papo- claim or demand shall be in writing,
t- COUNTY EDITOR Editor estate of John B. Gnffis deceased I butch 2063 27th Street. Apartment i ind shall state the place of rest
> .- r late of sd County to the County ;2C, Long Island. Astoria. New York. lence and post office address of the
: : Bradford County Telegraph Judge of Bradford County. Florida. I You are hereby notified that a :claimant and shall be sworn to by
(/' TELEGRAPH PuaLISHER Starke, Florida I ,. at bis office in the court house at suit for claimant, agent' or attorney, and
1 Starke, Florida within eight calendar : Divorce I ny such claim or demand not &j;
,; r I _.. months from the date of the i has been tiled, against yon In theabove j riled shall be void.
Dear Gene first publication of this notice. Each named Court and and ,
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED DeWitt C. Jones, as Administratorof
:Ji.;' r claim or demand must be in writing you are required to serve a copy of
You may recall how the Telegraph and the Estate of Josiah R. Howe,
must state the place of residence I your answer or pleading to the
t'PBb1.l8bed: eerFRIday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under came to our assistancesome aid post office address of the complaint on the Plaintiffs deceased.
J,,c .' claimant and must be sworn to by Attorney T- Frank LandrunRtorke. First publication May 22. 135%.
the Act of March 3,1879. years ago and published our the claimant his agent, or his attoi- Florida Ii/:: utt a
: introduction to the people ofStarke ney. or the same will become void and tile the original In the office of
r according to law._ the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
-:- x r This 16th day of May. 1953. or before the
: .: Robert El Griffis and Dolph Griffis 8 day of June 1951; MONUMENTSLOWEST

It's Too Late To Howl Now I ties.Mrs.. Shepherd and I will be as Estate Co-administrators of John B. Griffis of, the de otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken as confessed said

grateful if you'll help again by ceased. by you. PRICES I
it known ,. Hal Y. Maines. Lake Butler. Florida This notice shad be publishedonce
naking through
your .r each week for four consecutive -
to those who said .this cut would the.closing dtP Attorney for Administrators. vreeks In the FINEST QUALITYI I
a It is wryly amusing see were postpone olumns, that we leave you both S First publication on May 22nd, Telegraph Bradford County

[ doing nipups over the proposed Republican scheduled the dam and the date Irfat 1 with a feeling of regret and of 1953. Dated this 6 day of May. 135; No Extra ChargeFor

economies several months ago begin to power will begin to be available. Though I gratitude for the many rich experiences 5/%% it C/12 (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Court Darby Setting In Or Near

< squirm now as the GOP pinchers start to Senator Holland might easily be indignantover J shared with lots of peo- In The NOTICE OP PROBATE By Marian S L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
County Judges Court
squeeze where i it hurts most -, at -home. the cut in funds appropriated for the ]ple.) I Bradford C.aat. State .f Florida 5/8 4t 5/9 STARKEWrite

All of which proves that, i in spite of loud project, he could hardly be surprised in view We will long remember the Estate State of Josiah of Florida R. Howe to All, Deceased.The Persons. IB the NOTICE Court .TO( the CREDITORS County Judge,I'

protestations, the American people love of the stated and re-stated unsympathetic brilliant religious fellowship and Interested in the Estate of said Decedent Bradford County, Florida,
I the human values so I : la Probate.In .
best 'when it is aimed the other attitude of the Republican Party toward friendly
economy well established in Starke, and I You are hereby notified that a re: Estate of JosJah K. Howe De 'j
i fellow. federally financed power projec written instrument purporting to be ceased.To ,.
will indeed that these good the All Creditors
pray portant and warmly appreciated last will and testament of said and Persons Haylag -
i Falling under the Republican economy axe Not even sorely needed public hospitalswill values may continue to flourish Wends.* Accordingly we salute decedent has been admitted to pro. CUlra. or Demand Agalmst
the Republican axe. The bate in this court. You are here- Said Estate For Free Folder
this week were two important Florida pro- escape economy among you. those ideals in parting.,which we ,by commanded within six calendar You and each of you are hereby
jects the Central and Southern Florida House on Monday cut another $10,000,000from When we came to Starke we have shared with so many and months.from the date of the first notified claims and required to present ATlANTIC MEMORIALS.KG
publication of this notice to appear any and demands which you.
flood control project and West Florida's Jim the funds to be appropriated to help had no aspirations toward being preached to not a few. We'd like In this court and show cause, if any or either of you, may have against ESTABLISHED 19397is

Woodruff Lock and Dam. Quick,to bemoan states and communities build' needed hospi sent to prison but now that we to: think we've hindered none, and you can, why the action of this the estate of Josiah R. Howe deceased -
court in admitting said will to pro late of said County, to the rousr $r.JACXSONVIUI. .
f. the :cuts in appropriati were Florida'sU. tals. This, of course, will touch off another have "served our time" we are where we've helped. the help bate should not stand unrevoked. County Judge of Bradford County. flORIDA
series of howls. \Ye hope that the cut won'tseriously glad indeed that we came to Rai- has been of the sort that strengthens Theron A. Yawn, Florida, at his office in the court
S. Senators, both of whom were notably County Judge. house of said County at Starke,
affect Bradford County's hospital ford. Of course we'd like the people faith in God as a matter of Bradford County. Fla
lukewarm in their campaign efforts to.
per- to know that we are gratefulfor basic intelligence and"realistic By.Betty A. Phillips Clerk,
which project which proponents had hopes of get- First .
petuate a Demooratic administration on 51953.
and material : that demonstrates
their prayerful social -
ting under way before long, after'so progress; 51!! 4t 8/15 That's Our Business
might have been expected to be more lenient help in establishing the lovely All the daily necessity, as well as the I -

.. toward projects of this nature, than a Republican years of waiting.Somehow Souls Church of the Redeemer in eternal meaning of forgiving redeeming !. CIrcuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPBAR C...t/ S Gj S5 If It's Glass We Have It!

!" administration obligated to bring we can have little sympathy for the prison. After .all, the chapel love; and that glorifies: Florida! !. Chancery CALL WRITE VISIT

2 .. about tax cuts to big business and let the those who weep and wail over these socalledeconomy symbolizes the mission now part the Church as the inevitable good Frank Leason: ,Leason Defendant., Plaintiff, vs. Edns. or

chips,fall where they may. measures now and who hailed the. "accomplished, and has become Society, made up of the best sin Nell.* To Appear.To Case No. 9S2i: Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR

In regard to flood control, Senator Sma- Republican retrenchment promises Back during a deeply felt symbol: among the ners and the worst saints. : Edna Leason, whose residenci. a .

the campaign. If they weren't sincerein prison employees and those other We go to the First Baptist and address is: c/o Connie Jacobson ANY GLASS NEED
thers called it "the grossest false economy" 4120 195th Street Flushing
to cut out funds altogether for a project that wanting economy if they wanted it important people, the prisoners. Church of Chattahoochee, June 21. Long Island, New York. t: We Design :Modern Store Fronts
: other fellow" One does not wish to deal in thanks and You are hereby notified that i
has been proved a wise investment. only "for the they have no Our appreciationfor suit for Just Mail Us A Pattern fore
right to protest now. trivialities when bidding a temporary many blessed years among you. Divorce Table
;: Senator Holland described as "completelyunrealistic" I farewell to friends-im- Les and Eva Shepherd has been filed against you In th Tops
The Republican Party Is simply running above named Court and cause an, 318
.t the trimming of President Tru- you are required to serve a copy o f N. W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353
true to form. Those who believed it woulddo
'. John Wayne StarsIn day is much improved and has :your answer or pleading to th e ---'
( man's recommendation of $10,000,000 for anything else are too naive to deserve complaint on the Plaintiff''. -
returned from the hospital in Attorney T. Frank Landrun 4AAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA&,
t l' the Jim Woodruff dam to 7,900,000. He sympathy. Comedy Gainesville where she was taken Starke, Florida
and file the original in the office o
t. At Florida Theatre after the accident She was given the Clerk of U.e Circuit Court c Ifn

\ Detention Homes Heeded I I anti-venom and the wound was or before 15 day the of June 1953; i, Id I
I\& Temporary I John Wayne, Donna Reed and treated in Keystone but Is was otherwise the allegations of sal

i Charles Coburn head the cast in thought better to have her in the Complaint will )e taken as confess f

jf There is a great need in Bradford County Meeting State Board of Health requirements -I "Trouble Along The Way", a hospital for observation. It is I 3d This by you.notice shall b< publish -.' '

L. for homes where juvenile offenders be for sanitation warm sentimental story of a to know that the once each week for four consecuth
may and! health, fire prevention comforting serum weeks in the Bradford,County Tell .
placed temporarily when conditions in their and safety; two-fisted man whose wife has. is available in Keystone. Delay graph. _.
Dated this 13 day of May, 1953.
; own homes are unsatisfactory and there is Providing a standard of living which would left film and his child, played in administrating it might be (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dan 97k. MV
by Sherry Jackson in the picture. Clerk of the Circuit Coui t
( no room for them in a state-operated ,institu- make possible normal family life in health- Coburn plays the part of Father costly.M. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Cler J I
tion. The primary purpose, is to make it ful and wholesome surroundings. Burke rector of St. Anthony'sCollege M. Sargent suffered a painful 5/15 4t i,/*' ,

possible for a child to be in a safe and Persons whose homes meet these require- ,, who is informed that accident last week.' Four fingers ,
on his right hand were,nearly NOTICE TO APPEAR
comfortable place while plans are being ments and who would like to help out in this the school will be closed downin severed by an electric saw. Mr. la Clrrnit Court. Bradford Commi If, _: I

worked out for his future care in the lightof very worthwhile project may obtain complete six months unless he can raise that the doctors Florida In OaBrerr.Peter .,
Sargent reports Pita. Plaintiff. vs. Anne V. J\
7J -
.his needs and the facilities available. The details from County Judge T. A. Yawnor $17fl)00: ) to pay off a debt. Seeking have hopes of saving all four Pita Defendant; '\ T1

Welfare Board is authorized to pay for this Dr. Florence Jennings, Juvenile Court toraise the money through the fingers and that he will not lose ) I T1)H

service. counselor. The care and attention provideda football team, he approaches one- any of them. N-,.-

Family homes providing temporary. care deliquent child in one of these temporary time offer coach which Steve the Williams latter refuses.withan Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr has returned Let Us Thoroughly t\ 1.- 1:

must be licensed by the Welfare Departmentand detention homes might be the means of i Steve doesn't have much in- from Maryland_where she \+ : .

must meet certain standards, such as: starting him on the road to becoming a use-I[terest in making good until Donna went to attend the funeral of her Wash Your Clothes ,

Being located in a neighborhood free from ful citizen instead of a liability Jto the com I Reed in the person of a welfare aunt, Mrs. Leeman.Mr. .
and Mrs. Shockley of Atlanta 9 Pound
questionable influences: munity.- I officer, turns up to inquire

I about the little girl.-His former- Ga. visited Mrs. Shockley's __ '
For 40c!
Willie And Joe I wife has charged that he in sister :Mrs. J. A. Williams, last !

neglecting their daughter. Wayne week. FREE Bleach If Desired! I I
Return To ScreenIn I .
then takes the coaching job and Ave. Star I ,
New Park FilmTom I the ensuing incidents .made for DISCHARGE
Free Tank Notice Is hereby given that we
plenty of action in the John Wayne administrators .
have filed our final returns as -
Ewell and Harvey Lem- !manner.yyyyyyYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYV. of the Estate of Mamie .

beok, cast as Willie and Joe, find I Griffis.our petition deceased for ;an that order we have of distrl filed We Will SVART ,NOW BANK SOMETHING

themselves at an Army bas, near bution and final discharge and thaton EVERY P/ft DAY..REAP THE BENEFITS.
June 8. 1953, we will apply to the DryYour Clothe
Tokyo in "Back at the' .
Front". Honorable Theron A. Yawn County
action-packed sequel to the original Keystone Heights Judge of Bradford County, Florida. For 20c S
WITH 'PURCHASE OF picture based for approval of said final returns
on cartoonistBill and for an order of distribution and la New Automate Orient
:Mauldln's dogface characters.The I by Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. for final discharge as co-adminis-

== new film is showing this Sun- I trators, deceased.of the estate. of Mamie Griffis % FLORIDA BANK at STARKE .

ANYNEGASRANCESladeGas day and Monday at the Park I i Jessie M. Wooten *
Theatre. p I Pearl G. Hem 4
Vacation Bible Schools R. A. Griffis.
Provided with a laugh-packed The Community Church: will S/154t6/5 The Washeteria faltonaljroup\

script, Ewell and Lembeck come hold the annual Vacation Bible -

; through with Jiilarious portrayalsof School this year beginning .June Circuit NOTICE Curt TO, Bradford APPEtRla Coanjf, P t
the two trouble-making G I's. 1 through June 12. It wjll be heldin Florida I. ChaBterr. ., yTyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyTy'VYYYTYVWYTYYYYYVYVVVVVYTflq'-
Co. Mari Blanchard Parish House from 9 to 12 Pasquale Fantme Plaintiff, vs.
in her role as an the Nicolletta Fantlne, Defendant.
Oriental spy adds a dash of Intrigue every day except Saturday. Case No. 9SJ!

to the film.A The Baptist Church will havea Retire To AppearsTo
: Nicolletta Fantine, whose Value
major portion of the picturewas similar school beginning on residence and address is:' 910 54th Biggest
PHONE 121 STARKE FLA.Ess Street, Brooklyn. New York.
filmed on location in. Japan.DON'T June 1 at the church. You are hereby notified that a -
suit for i
I Recreation ProgramThe Divorcehas
SAY fountain pen-SAY Rotary Club is sponsoringa been filed against you In the I
i irt above named Court and cause and
ESTERBROOK. A point for,every Recreational Program for Key- you are required to serve a copy of
\\\t\ HI f \ I purpose. $2.37 complete at BRAD- stone which will get under way your answer or pleading to the : buy !
complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney
'sgeh FORD -COUNTY TELEGRAPIL on June 15 and will run six daysa T. Frank Landrum you can

l/JiJ! f]@f-1 week. Hours to be decided later. Starke. Florida
Cliff King of the University of and file the original In the office 01'the ..
Clerk of the Circuit Court on
; *h' .. Florida will be in charge of the or before th* '
ITiITT1jJ21'Mii1I1'1' 22 day of June. 195J; "
activities which will be diversifiedand
otherwise the allegation' of said
: on of interest to all ages. Guests Complaint will be taken as confess.
I ; the tourists invited ed by you. 4 r
; n city or are This notice shall be published
Magic Chef to participate. The committee of 1 once ecn week for four consecutive
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Rotarians who will act as direc-I .
::: than on any other range tors. includes: Huntley ,Redfearn Dated this 20 day of May, "53..
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
E. T. Martin F. M. Walrath Jr..
Cleric of the Circuit Court
Ed Beebe, and Don Pangborn. A By Marian L. Crosby Denntr Ork

Scout troop is being organized in 5/!! 4t 8/12 S

connection with this program and I III. Court Of C.;;;;J.dge.Bradford '.' S S /.SS/: % '
I ... ,
I the charter is expected to be received C tr
ft State Of Florida
oto some time this week.' The ESTATE OF: J. B. Griffis Deceased.
program will run until Sept. 10. NOTICE TO CREDITORS

,Camp Immokalee will open on

ww TllTIA__ *\. I

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Purdy I

and family are leaving this week
for the Camp-of-the-Woods in the New '53...... Cwvittt: ..1 Four-Door Sedan

Adirondacks.Mr. .
and Mrs. Joe Leverette of Compare what you get for what you pay. Discover that Dodge prices start below

Millen Ga. spent last week with many models in the lowest-priced field. Size up the extra comfort, safety and style

moon 791 0\ Mrs. Leverette's sister, Mrs. M. distinction Dodge offers. Step up to a solid, dependable Dodge.

__ Enjoy modem cooking at its best C. Harvey. S Step opt In the smartest bargain on the road-the Mobilgas Economy Winner! /

U. S. N. 3-c .
Seaman Lester
CALL NOW !I TElEPHONE NUMBER the new feature-packed 1953 Muse is home on ten days leave '... Cxfros like tit... of no extra cost I j It
Magic Chef gas range. with his parents. He is stationedon Oily! Dedi'e .... y" .a this/ kliNl. Two- peed electric windshield wipers i

let us tell you how you an get the new the, Roanoke at Norfolk.T. ..Flashing 140-h.p. Red Ram V-Eight Two brake cylinders in front wheels .;

S J. Southerland has just returned UP dyro-TorqueDnveth"SCAr'gear Safety Rim Wheels Independent ; I
from a trip to Atlanta, Ga. $$3'00 .. I Less "deadweight" parking brake Oil bath air cleaner )

RCARO0fli Mr. and Mrs. Roy Browning TO ; Only Dodgt gfns y..IhIs c-td I Outs fuel filter Weatherproof Irni- 1 t

Mr. and .Mrs. Harvey Sutherlandand 5 Chair-high"Comfort-Contour"Seats tion System Anti-rattle rotary door I

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Muhl- .5 Road-leveling Onflow ride control latches Resistor spark plugs ExhaustS

onef Total Price 308.05 hofer have returned from Miami PRIVATEPROMPT ./ Added head,leg elbow-room valve seat inserts i t

eft i *Air.Conri 30.05''where they attended the Lions S Oaly D4t **.* r" !WI edde4 $ /.*! ALWAYS DEPENDABLE -1 1I

Trade-In convention.Mr. I Takes curves like a true sports car t;t
Oversize Safe-Guard hydraulic brakes
'..,."...W..It-Gea..AIrCeMitl..... A *!e for -r.err..aI and Mrs. F. M. Walrath Sr. Anti-distortion curved windshield 53 '- i
far jMt. Nw Fwafes D.y. ..,__ .. .will go to North Carolina sometime FRIENDLY '"
$278.00';' Oaf, Dodge .*.. ,.. *n raze o*.443yf; I
Hurryl Thousands are buying sleep the last of this week.

4.. and y *f'round breathing comfort this 229.50 !'I Mr. and Mrs._ Lindsey Walker Lon Extra-rugged-lasting box-girder baked enamel frame finish
inexpensive way.Aad we find most want COMPLETELY Y INSTALLED and Mrs. Eula Walker, Mrs. Au- SERVICE'
Solid, substantial Dodge construction D D D G'e
ten about the
RCA. Let us you year N.__ I
II : :
round benefits of air coo: / itir> "'g and One !I itry Vance, Mrs. E. A. Rushton, j :11
Cylinder Gas FREE fl II
all RCA'i exclusive features. Call now! r.e .to and Mrs. E. P. Menzen are goingon flflssss.J-s .

ACA FACTORY stivicf' AVA/IAIU 71 **.Jii la pby: 30 Months Friday to Cuthbert, Ga. where STARKE ? V-EIGHT OR SIX .0
at 11.10 their .
are graduating -1
from the Cuthbert High School '
Loan & Finance Sprifcotion tnt tvtipmmt nJ j<*tt AtiJ iciJutit Htiet '
The girls-Linda Walker, Anne t ,
.. i
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD$ Central FloridaGas Vance Marilyn Rushton and Bet -

ty 'Iemen-have been attending CO.PHONE. ;'
,high school and taking some !
Radio TV Sales & Service. Seat Covers & Appliance Co. I workin Andrews College which is 160 HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

:situated at Cuthbert.
PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA. I Phone 301 'Starke, Fla.j: In Canova Drug Store ;
Little Carol Wolfe who
was bitten PHONE 69 600 Temple Ave. STARKE, FLAw (
i by a ground rattler last Tues- I



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on Saturday, May 24. 'Mrs. Par- gf'RTyffB.ROOKER. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTt visiting her sister, Mrs. Louise YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY ping in Jacksonville Saturday.T. ing in Perry, spent the weekend

rish is the daughter of the Fred Manier and son Charles. R Pease of St. Marys, Ga. with .his parents, Mr. and :Mrs-

LONG BRANCH Langs. HAMPTONby Aunt Ellen Saxon celebratedher i HIGHLANDBy and Lacy Norman were in Gaines- Joe Moody.

This hot weather is mighty, 83rd birthday on Monday, ville on business Monday. Beulah Moody and mother :Mrs.

I by 3. L Strickland bad on us country folks. We Grace G. Bighorn Mrs. Wm. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA May 25. Sirs. Lacy Norman Clara Boone left Friday for Joe Forsythe of Lake Butler, en-
Mr. .
have no air conditioning so just and Mrs.L. V. Williamsand
: Tallahassee to few at
spend a days joyed a party Tuesday night
.u u, have to sweat: it out. The ther- YYYTTYTTTTYYYTYYYYTTTYYY ,, children of Theressa, and AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHighland
f Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williamson with her children, from there she the home of Mrs. Green in Lake
Graduation mometer on our front porch reg- The ninth'grade was entertainedwith Mrs. Merle Chapman and children and .
Clay Baptist ChurchSunday will to Macon
istered 106 last Friday about children of Parris Island, S. C. go to join T. City.
a: swimming party picnicat of last
Tampa were guests
Graduation for the 8th Grade School 9:45 a. m. each Sun- D. Boone. We miss them
noon, and that on the north were Saturday night guests of very Merntt and Elbert Net
was after- Ralph
of the day HiD'school will be Keystone Lake, Monday week of her mother, Mrs. John the day. Worship Services 11 a. m. much.TTTTTTTTfffffffTYTVTTTT.
held :Monday night, June 1, with side of the house, If there is a noon. Chaperones forthe occasion Blackman who is ill but im- Wiley Williamsons and 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting tles gathered peas Saturday and

Harris C. Long, county school hotter world than this-and we were: Mrs Howard Wait,.)Srs. M. proving. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown each Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. ? got a real good price for them.
sure do believe there is-we do '>. Harrell, Mrs. G. E. Green and Merle Rhoden who has been are the I
superintendent, as speaker. J. T. proud parents of a son, Teachers meeting each Saturday Mr. and Mrs., Seeber Moody visited -
Albritton. principal, announces not have the least desire. to go Mrs. Bill Coram. stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Randall Emory, born May 19, 7:30 p. m. Pastor E. C. Harvey. LONG J. B. and baby
BRIDGE Mrs. Kelly
that three 8th Grade students will there. I The seventh grade enjoyed Missouri is spending a furloughwith at the Alachua General HospitalIn Sunday School SUPt. W. C. Har- ..
receive their: certificates at this Our sister Mrs. Jim Hornsby field trip to Rainbow Springs a.1 his mother Mrs. John Black- Gainesville. The young man dee. daughter at Alachua General

time; Jimmy Bud Lang, Juanita and her' son-in-law and daughter; Tuesday. The main events of man and will report back to a weighed .7 lb. 4 oz. Amanda Barbragene Wilkinson By Mrs. Seeber MoodyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtftiAA4 Hospital Sunday night.

Manning, and Geraldine Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hall of day included a submarine trip,. camp. in California. Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke, and Jonnie Mae Strickland of

Several of the Godwin, family Kingsley Lake spent the after- swimming and a picnic lunch. Miv and Mrs. Ernest Hunter, Mrs Ralph Norton and Mrs. Jacksonville attended church serv-

from Maxville visited the bed- noon with us last Friday. Chaperones were: -Mr. Sommese, and, family of Fort Lauderdale Rena Purdy of Jacksonville were I ices here ,Sunday.E. Rosie and Edith White of Heil- WILL PAY CASH
Vondee Durrance, assistant home room teacher, Mrs. L. A. spent the weekend with Mrs.lumter's Friday guests of Mr. and :Mrs., bronn Springs spent Sunday with
aide of Quincy Godwin's wife who pastor, preached at Long ,Branch Mott Mrs. George Davis and Mrs. father George Saxon J. J. Brannen.Mr. C. Harvey was a business Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Dukes. TIMBER
,suffered a stroke of paralysis Church last Sunday night in the Howard Wait, .' visitor in Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. T. :M. Hodges and children,
several days ,ago. Quincy lives at absence of the regular pastor. He 'Miss Pollyann Wait, Miss Kath-, and wife. and Mrs. James Picren of Ann Harvey spent Thurs- and Mr. and' Mrs. Earl Moody and For Saw Logs
Lakeland. has not been Mrs. J.'G. Adkins_ .. and_daughter, Gainesville were Sunday guests day in Green Cove Springs.Mr. .
preaching very long erine Harrell and Mrs. H. W. Wait, daughter of Palatka spent Sunday AND PULPWOODA
Louise attended the Tea given of Mrs. T. F. Brown and son, and Mrs. Leonard Norman, I
Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish but is very sincere in the work attended the R.E.A. banquet hon- here with relatives.
I Thursday p. m. to the Senior girls Frank. Thedore and Ellen Floyd and
announce the birth of a daughter and delivers wonderful messages. oring 4-H club girls and boys who Worn- Mr. and Mrs. George Green and Post Card Will Bring Me
the Junior
and mothers by Morris is spending Daisy and Harry Padgett were
had done outstanding work in son of Lake City were weekend
Hampton is well represented sometime with his brother and shopping in Jacksonville Satur- To See You. .
electricity this past year, at the guests of the Seeber Moodys.
ens Club at Starke.in sisters in Ohan, N. Y.
tTome Demonstration Club House day.Lucile Betty Johns spent the weekend D. B. 'Dick' Thomas
r FACTOR? \ta Melrose- the Senior Class of B. H. S. by Mrs. S. B. Mew and R. E. Starling, of Middleburgand with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Johnsin

, Pollyann and Katherine gave a Louise Adkins, Doris Parker Price of Jacksonville and Mrs.T. Mrs. George Lastinger of Lake Butler. Lawtey, Fla.

demonstration on converting an oil Yvonne Brookins, Carol Rusha A. Jackson of Tampa were Daytona Beach attended church Felton Moody, who is now work
lamp into: an electric lamp. Miss Josephine Thomas, Delmar Williamson Thursday dinner guests of their here Sunday.,
and Peggy sister, Mrs. R. F.'Dyal. .
Wait also received a- gift for top James Home Freda Hardee was hit on the -
honors for her work in her county. bison.. School News head with a baseball bat Friday.We SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY SAUl

Susan Wait, youngest daughterof I Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent the The Baccalaureate Service for hope it isn't serious. L

the Howard Waits, spent the weekend with her sister Mrs. the Hampton Elementary Schoolwas Percy Lee of Jacksonville was 1/ o
weekend with Carol Cox in Gaines-I Horace Douglas and family .at held Sunday afternoon in visiting Joe Marrs family Sat- ; o

ville. .- High Springs. the school auditorium. Rev. John urday. *

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Spangler, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams I Childress, pastor of the Hampton Miss Janette Griffis was shop-

ft operators of "Spangs" Grocery and and family were in Dunellon on I Christian Church, delivered the --. WITH
Stock Farm, left Saturday night Sunday. ,message assisted by Rev. Merle May 29, Janice Roach, Martha CHLOROPHYLL

for a weeks visit in Randolph, N. Captain Jane E. Herrin of Fort i Packman, pastor of the Hope Sue Brookins, Eerlene Nazworth,
Y. Bragg, N. C. has returned after I Baptist Church of Theressa. Connie Sweeney, Joyce Beale C,1tNr '
The Teachers of Hampton Lillian Williamson, Lucille MC- CJ7lI WHILE
Mrs. Ralph Hazen. Miss Miry 11-i '
Hamilton and .Mr. Laurence School and the Hampton P. T. A. Culloch, Norma Jean Jones, Ema- : __
Frances Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. J.V. SUPPLY
Thomas and sons attended the Spangler. are planning a 'schoolcommunitypicnic jean Hall, Lonnie Davis Donald e

-...- baseball game at Jacksonville Friday night dinner guests of at the School on, Thursday, Hersey, James Gnann, J. W. l'V \ LASTS !
4484ItHESLONG----- Mr. and' Mrs. Bill Bigham and 28, at Vernon ,
May noon. Taylor Forsythe Eugene: A
Beach, between the Jacksonville 4 u AtI.II.VAL._ WI,
II I. -8'=:} 32 :: Seabirds and Leesburg, last Sat- family were the L. .L. Hardee's of There, are twenty members of Hall John Bush, J. R. Bat en, KOCH DRUG
'38 Jacksonville, and :Mr. and Mrs. R.: the 8th grade graduating class Billy Alderman, W. A. Godwin, STORE
INCHES INCHESWIDE urday night.Wednesday
hi< A. Guest, of Nashville, Ga. who will receive their diplomas- Charles Manier. Starke, Fla.
HlfH night dinner guestsof .
",'1; Mrs. Ralph Hazen were :Mr. and r 1
/ I W
< I 'dC.. :Mrs. V. V. Hazen and children of ..
l J HOLDS UP TO 280 LBS., tW H: Starke.

i t FROZEN FOOD Jf''.! Word has just been received "" !
that Pvt; Dell Rogers, son of Vern '"; '
;;;: : : -\s -
:o" d Rogers, was married the 14th of : .:; : ;. .
this month at Amarillo, Texas. 'V ("
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>"; Sorry that we do not have more ::
information for you at this writ- ; ; : '
: "
,", ",
ing.Mr. -, .. ,. '.,";1..."' ; / -
MODEL NAlJ and Mrs. Claude Smith, of : ,, .1 ;./f', .
; "j' .
Frederick, Md., are visiting : (!, ., -
; _->;-1,!.>;;; .."; '
FOOD FREEZER friends and relatives in and around .4, .' : .,""" ,',1r 't"" )

Brooker this week. .t., :,. ., "i'',..:....,,.. ? ,

IN ORIGINALFACTORY Pvt. Harry Edwards of Ft. Jack- ."1 .. :. :, \ ,' ;1.
: son, S. C. was home over the week 'j'' ': '> tIa/f
CRATES end visiting his mother, Mrs. Lot- ; '",, >" '' v;'''
: :
: t"
tie Edwards and relatives. Joining -9'i. .
Positive ,
Action Lock* 1IooIlllllr them for lunch on Sunday were ..\ >'.; I .
mg Lotch with Key 1 brother and family the Ernest Ed- p Il\

Perfect-Seal Construction Cabinet EASY wards.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hiers and '

Fibcrglas Insulation daughters, of Gainesville former : weekend
TERMS FOP : I3.r I3.
resident of Brooker were Sunday holiday

Automatic guests 9f the "Junior" Bighams.: your
Temperature Control Mrs. Jimmy Whittle and small : ,

son, Tucky, of Jacksonville, are
5 Y > or Warranty onbeo'id .
spending a few days as,the house- ':'F3is5 r-

:' n Mechanism guests of sister, Grace Bigham and '. :rr".E,.. ..' '."",. ..
Coke "
: x'S ek with
Mrs. Charles Roberson returnedto ", "'. "
i ; her home Wednesday after .
G. I. MCGRIFF spending a few days touring the .!! .
state with husband Charlie. :- \. ;"'' __' ''''' iJ ... .
,Those from Brooker attendingthe -

l PHONE 229 Annual Stockholders meetingof 1 \
J i k the Santa Fe Telephone Company L,

W. Call St. Starke Fla in' Melrose last Thursday, .

were: Mrs. Doyle Hazen, Mrs. L. : : packwifhiceu I

I A. Mott, if. and Mrs. Bill Bigham, t

000 flEfZEtt Mr. H. ,S. Anderson, Mr. Zedra i \,

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. SSSr-flflrsrn srrrrr rrrrrrrrrss rs tsr rjr Engaged Miss.Stern's Pupils Presbyterian Women Hutcheson-Fuqua Stork Shower Mrs. C. J Houpt was the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. V. W Stnck-
To Have RecitalA Meet TuesdayThe For Mrs.. GraySara land Jr. at the Mother-Daughter

banquet at the Palmetto Club in
ift t piano recital will be given Presbyterian Women of the Gray was honored at a Daytona Beach Tuesday evening.
jr : .c. Thursday eight June '4, in the church held their general meet- I stork shower Monday evening at -
.? USO building at 8 o'clock by the ing Tuesday evening in the cturctt.: the regular meeting of the Beta I Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.J. .

'; pupils of Miss Louise Stern. The Mrs. J. R. Kite bad charge of Sigma Phi sorority at the home T. Quigley visited their nephew
public is cordially invited to at-i i the devotions and program. The of Norma Currie with Marian I Stanley Carnell of Ormond whois

Gladys Mooty t tend. I annual: birthday offering was Long as cohostess. I a patient in Riverside Hospital,
k Phone 35Garden 1 Students taking part 'are: Barbara taken. :Mrs. Kite gave a talk on Lovely arrangements of early Jacksonville.

Biggs,. Bill Alderman, Bar- "Living Quarters for Missionaries summer flowers and roses
,:. ___ ... k were I AOTICE TO APPEAR .
: ..'#.1 r - I. I I -1 bara Bates, Nancy Bates, Barbara on Furlough in the U. S. used for decorations for the occasion. IB CIrrult Co.M. Bradford C.a.tr,
r Ann Blankenship, Phyllis Canova, Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Sr. !Florida* I. Chanter.
I Girl GraduatesAnd Natalie Haas. Plaintiff, Law-
ClubGoverning vs.
I. ;> : Sue Chastain. Teresa Colson served refreshments in the Sun- An appropriate game was play! rente Bertram Haas, Defendant.

| > Board Their Mothers v Eloise Dobbs, Gail Duke Vida I'day school room during the social ed during the evening and Martha %.tl.. .T. Appear. Case Xo. $84U
t Jean Gentry, Bill Green Lu Green, hour., Home won the prize. To: Lawrence Bertram Haas
Is Installed Honored At TeaThe L.. Kay Hart, Eddie Hartmann, Virginia -I Mrs. Gray was the recipient of known.whose residence and address is: tin-

. building was Hatcher, Marilyn Hernwall,I Mrs. Crews Honoree many lovely and useful gifts from Tour are hereby notified that a.
board of the Woman's Club L LMn
. The governing Linda Hildebran, Marideyann< suit for
the 16 members
Starke- Garden Club'wag Installed the scene of a lovely tea Thurs- : L Johns, Frances: Landrum. Martha I At Stork ShowerMrs. F present. Divorcehas been filed against In the
Impressive ,ceremony }.{ont day afternoon of last week honor- }$ ; i above you
i.. at an Landrum, Jimmy Lawson, Mary named Court and cause and
day evening in the Parish houses ing the girls of the BHS graduating ;, Ann Long, Brenda Lewis Penny C. R. Crews entertained at Recent Birth you are required to serve copy of
your answer or pleading- the
I' the installation was preceded by claM and their mothers ar.d.I Hollingsworth, Buster Partin, a delightful stork shower Wednesday on the Plaintiffs Attorney complaint -

I a covered dish supper., members of the senior Woman's Barbara Matchett, Mary Agnes afternoon honoring Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Evan T.Building Evans ,103 Jacksonville Law Exchange -,

!. A profusion of early summer Club. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Smith of Matthews, Anne Matthews, Jan C. Crews. and Mrs. C. C. Hutchesonof announce the birth of a daughter, Florida.
flowers, were used to decorate the Artistic arrangements In abundance of 'spring Starke announce the engagement Mundorff, Clair Jean Mundy, Harriet Lovely arrangements of gladioli Starke announce the eneaee- Carol Anne, on May 21 in the and the file Clerk the of original the! Circuit In the Court office on of

lounge for the meeting with a flowers were used of Mrs. Smith's daughter, One Powell'l;Franklin.'Ritcn, Linda end hydrangeas were placed at ment of their daughter, Carolyn, Alachua General Hospital or before the. JJ day of June
with .
, lovely boat-shaped arrangement of throughout the club rooms of magnolia a Ranson, to Albert H. Stefanelli, Kay Sale, Betty Ann Simmons I points of interest in the living to Pfc Charles Kenneth Fuqua, said 1S51;Complaint other.U.will th*betaken allegations a* con ot
yellow gladioli and shasta daisies lovely arrangement of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stef Stevie SlmttorarShtrA-nneflmith:" I room for the occasion. son, of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Parham tensed by yon. *
the mantel. The long blossoms centering the mantel in son Jo' Roy Turner is spending this This notice shall be publishedonce
t centering mel of Starke.f Bob Smith, Betty Styling, Mrs. Crews received many lovely also of Starke. Mrs. Fuqua is in each week for four consecutive
dining tables were overlaid with the lounge. Carolyn Vickers and Mary ,Katherine ] and useful gifts from the 11 the Marines and is now stationedat week in Valdosta, Ga. with his weeks in the Bradford County Tele

.1j. white linen cloths and placed of 'me white tea linen table damasft was overlaid cloth, witha centered WSCS NoticeCircles Wainwright *. guests preceding the serving of delicious Quantico, Va. No date has daughters and families, Mr. and i I graph.Dated this day of MayOFFICIAL U53.

: along the tables were bouquets refreshmnts. yet been set for the wedding. Mrs. James Reddish and Mr. and I ( SEAL Charles A. Darby
i mixed blossoms and gardenias. with an attractive arrange- Clerk of the Circuit Court.
!; Centering the, speakers table was ment of deep red roses in a silver of the Methodist WSCS WMU Circles Mrs. Bill Bninsbn.y By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 5/U 4t Clerk C/JJ
Toe centerpiece was will meet next week as follows:
of Peace
an artistic arrangement tureen. To Meet TuesdayThe
Roses. flanked by three-branched candel- No. 1, at the home of the leader, V T V V VYVYYYYYVYYYYVYYYYYyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy1

At the end of the delicious abra.holding burning white tapers. Mrs. L. D. Vining, Tuesday, 10 a.m. Baptist W.M.U. circles will
supper Mrs. R. F. Young, president All appointments on the table No. 2, at the home OfJ.he leader, hold their monthly meeting Tuesday AVERY INN

presided over 'a short busi' werecrystal.. The two punchtabIei Mrs. L. D. Green, Monday! 3:30 of next week. ,? .
n sa meeting at which committee at each aide of the room, I.p.m. w.a Lorena Eppers' -> circle, Mrs: R. OPENED AGAIN AT 312 N. WALNUT ST.

reports' were read. The resignation were overlaid with cutwork cloths No. 3, :Mrs. k'Wood,-leader-at B. Alvarez, leader, will meet at I Don't know if I've got the band Petty Officer 3c| Ovid Ben- FOR THE SUMMER

of Mrs.' H. B. Peyton ,as and centered with crystal punch the home of .Mrs:'T. J. Griffin the home-of Mrs. Eunice Wilson at I strength left to write this column nett saying he was hospitalized

. third vice-president was regretfully bowlswhich: were set in nests of Monday, 3:30 p.m. &; o'clock. I I..this week after this record breaking with acute appendicitis ,.. have FEATURINGBUSINESS
accepted and Mrs. Cora plumosus fern intersperced with Daisy Fowler circle, Mrs. Maxie ; heat wave we've been. surviving you spotted that beautiful diamond MEN'S

Quattlebaum was unanimously red hibiscus blossoms. yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'yyyySJATE Carter; leader, at the home of Mrs. (?) the past week ... the that Ernie Phillips gave to LUNCHEONFAMILY

elected. tofU! thevacancy.,, It was Miss I-HUM Stump. .; greeted. L ,U. Morgan, 3 o'clock. Jax weatherman warns us not to Phyllis Steidley (Martha Max STYLE
voted to loan the Peace' Rose- guests.at the door and in.tne receiving FARM&AAAAAAAAAAAAAALALALAAAA Ida Darby circle, Mrs: L. L. go out and cut our throats well's daughter) ? hear that a

plaque to the American Legion line. were Elsie Hazen, Wynn leader, at, the home of Mrs.! this isn't a sample of what well wedding bells are in the offing ... 75cSERVED

Auxiliary for their Poppy Day president of the Junior Club, I.}t'. F. Flume, 2:30 o'clock. I! get this summer hope he knows I see Morris Williams is back in

display on May 30. Following-the Patsy Kucera senior class officer I Dora Alderman circle, Mrs. H. what he's talking about ... can't' these parts after several months FROM 12 TO 1:30 WEEK DAYS
business session Mrs. Young in- Jewel Noegel Louise Stern< and The State Farm is the loser of.A. Lawson, leader! at the home of stand much more of it ..,, .and In the NE with the Hercules Co.

troduced Mrs. R L. Fairing of Ruth Simmons. Martha Yancey our good- neighbors and friends, Mrs. M. F. Hazen. 3 o'clock. I Bert Newcomb's folks got a card if Starke Builders finds Eve- Chicken and Dumplings Every 'WednesdayAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL

Gainesville,. Director of District 3, and Beth strIddaDd'pinned corsages the J. L. W ,l1ams. who moved to Helen Masters circle, Mrs. F. B. from him from Fairbanks, Alaska lynn Newsome late to work these

who gave an interesting talk pro. 'on the BHS graduates as East Points,. Fla. last Thursday. I Beard, leader, at the home of Mrs. saying they are having shirt mornings, that's the reason ... l

t ceding the installation. they entered. Mr. William will be in the fishIng -; A. J. Thomas, 230oclock. sleeve weather up there too so Little Bobby White had a nice 'YYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYTYTYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYTTTYTYYYYTYTT'
r Mrs. Fairing installed the 'following Pouring punch during the first business there and Mrs. Wil-' Doris Knight circle, Mrs. Dive guess there is no use in going I little party Tuesday afternoon.

t'. officers Mrs. R. F. Young! hour were Margie Dowling, Barbara liams, a gre t lover of beautiful Paulk, leader, will meet Tuesday North to get out of it ... incidentally I celebrating his 4th anniversary, 3 PJECE $4, 70

president; Mrs". M. .F. Hazen Mitchell. Marilyn Robets flowers, will continue: to beautify -I'evening al S Q'clock in the church. Bert left May 6 with a party his mother, Lucy, was assistedin Bath Room Set
first V.P.: Mrs. Tom Harding, nd Elizabeth Fowler and,during. her; yard and gladden lonely,I The program leader will be Mrs. from the U. S. Coast & Geodetic serving and canne-- for the 17 1 I I U I
2nd V.P.; Mrs..T., J. the second hour were -Norma- Jean hearts with lovely floral arrange- Betty Deas and hostesses; Mrs.; :'I survey group to be stationed near youngsters by his grandmothers, I Complete

3rd V.P.; Mrs. QuatUebaum.I'Adams and Dot Sale. Others as- II.ments. The community will really I Paul Raymond, chairman Mrs. the Galena Air Force Base in Mrs: Olin White, Sr. and Mrs. H.

Rec.. Secy.; Mrs. sisting in serving were ,Lucy miss the two ,of them but wish I Charles Hardy and Mrs. Palmer Alaska for the next four months A. Barton .. Kate Struth conducted 30 Gal. Table Top Water Heater $92.55

Corr.. Secy.; and Mrs. Mildred White, Lucille Godwin, Ruth them the greatest of sucess and Williams. !,. it was a 6-hour flying. trip the games in .the yard ...

Doyle, treasurer. Each officer Baker Patsy Si1co Edith Biggs, happiness in. their new location. I d from Seattle, Wash. Byron Newcomb celebrated his I WELL WATER PUMPS
was presented with a different Ernestine Denmark Norma Jean The Chapman home caughtfire The trek for the lake (Kings- 16th birthday on May 16 and Ida. -

color corsage symbolizing her Adams, Doris Vickers, Peggy late Saturday afternoon but I WSCS-Changes ley) has really started in earn- Mae Shaw had a birthday on Mon' Complete Line of

office. After the impressive installation Godwin, Martha Yancey and the untiring efforts of State Farm Circle MembersAt est, even with school not out yet day ... Hear that Comer and AMERICA STANDARD, CRANE, ELGIN, COLA

; : Mrs. Young presented Janet Turner. personnel, inmates, fire depart- .. the Guy Sales have been out I Polly Long of Clewiston have AND BRIGGS PLUMBING FIXTURES
Mrs tatring1th a lovely GloxInia Mrs. Geraldine Silva was in ment and the efficiency and hasteof the regular general meetingof there for several weeks, Fan Hall adopted a six months old baby

plant. Mrs. Young also presented charge of the music and presentedthe the Starke Fire Dept. the the Methodist W. S. C. S. Mon and party from Newton, Ga. \\illl,!girl, named Louise Mrs. F.

U each of her committee Bradford Quartette composedof house was saved with 'about a day afternoon' of last week, Circles I occupy the S. R. Johns cottage(H. Long is a proud "grand- E J. A. FILLY AWLicensed
members with a corsage. Frances Dodd. Carolyn Crews, one-third loss. No one was hurt. 2 and 3 voted a change of membershIp -'.during the month of June, Kathleen -I I mother -

Attending this delightful affair Barbara Matchett and Gladys The Chapmans are deeply grateful in each circle as follows: Montieth from Eustis and I Congratulations seem to be in Plumber With 14 Years Experience:
with the garden club members Bundy who sang Nocturne by for all those tendering their Circle 2: Mrs. L. D. Green, leader, Margaret: and Mac McGriff are
order for Claude Johns, Jr. who N. Court St. Starke Fla.
were the husbands of the members Siblch and "I Don't Know Why". services. J [I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, .co-chairman, staying at the Alvarez cottage I ,
an<} Mr. and Mrs. Clyde :Millsof Jean Thomas played backgroundmusic The Weekly Bridge Club met 'Mrs. J. H. Ritch Mrs. C. E. Hern- this week, the Junius Smiths I will receive his Master's Degree PHONE 290AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Long Island. during the first hour and with Mrs. Louise Kite in Starke: wall, Mrs. George Russell, Mrs. have moved out to their cottage! in iV"lic administration a't FSUon

was followed by two piano solos with eight members present. Mrs., Albert Lee, Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, Mrs. ., Hear that Junius came home June 6 .. Word comes from >, '.. ... '. -
p YOU'LL LOVE the_new Esterponesize -I "To Spring" by Grieg and Hungarian P. D. Fancher Sr. received high I i w. B. Parks, Mrs. D. E. Knight, from St. Luke's last Monday and Merry Knight that she is at the .-- - .. -- -- ._ '
brook fountain pens in Folk Song played by Mary prize and Mrs. L. F. Chapman Mrs. Ethel Lowell. Mrs. J. B.I is doin' fine after his operation College of ,Music in Jacksonville ftft
pastel shades. Only $%.31 at Brad-. Julia FuteLApproximately got the bingo prize. The home Cottrell, Mrs. F. Hollingsworth, ,.v the,-Hogan Smiths are building to finish work towards a degree ftft STARKE
FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPU.SPECIALS -quests-- at- was most attractive with arrangements Mrs. A. F. Sau!s,- Mrs. Xj H. I a small; cottage and dock at in music, which she hopes to receive ftft ftft

tended this delightful affair be- of miniature yellowrose Fields, Mrs. Dibble, Mrs. Morgan I Crosby lake next to the Dave before 'many: ,months ..' ftft
tween the hOUrS dom' to slx buds and white gardenias. ,,Richard. Mrs. Olin White Sr.. Paulks :and for the next two Hear that A. E. and Mary Wall > RADIOS TV SERVICE
o'clock. Guests of the P. D. Fanchers in Mrs. L. A. Jackson, Miss Florence weeks they w>ll, be staying at are moving back into their placeon

FOR THIS WEEK recent weeks were Mr. and Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Mayme Toomey.1 I the E. J. Dowlings, Sr. at Kings- Kingsley after residing in

'.- WCTU Members Hear G. L. Lowe of Jacksonville and Circle 2 will meet with .Mrs. L. D.,ley the W. B. Mundys and Jacksonville for a spell ... Mrs.R. Reasonable Guaranteed Service
500 POUNDS'BANANAS Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Cloverset- Green, Monday, June 1. Carl Johns >are moving out to J. Bethea writes that she arrived '

I Speech ContestantThe tie of Tampa. Circle 3:. Mrs. A. Wood. chair- I their respective lake places this safely in Germany where On All Makes Radios or TVIF

'Sunday guests of the E. J. man, Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, co- week and Carl LaMar Johns and she joined her husband, but is _
local WCTU met last Friday Yarbroughs were the ..Albert J. chairman, Mrs. L. S. Hutto Mrs.!family are moving into their new too excited and happy to settle I "

afternoon in the Tabernaclechapel Yarbrough family of Gainesville.Mr. Ehellie: Hall, Mrs. C. H. Quick, home out there this week .. down to writing all her friends YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS

with Mrs. J., Thornquest,, and Mrs., M. E. Straffordare Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Carrie I Janet and Bobby Turner and Mel- just yet ; -i' NOT GIVING YOU

FC Pound vice president, presiding. Themeof the proud parents of a son Ritch, Miss Annie Darby, Miss i Iba and Inman Green are staying Don Ray Tilley celebrated his

the devotional was "Watch* andPray" Marvin Ray, bom May 14 at St.Luke'3 Kate Struth Mrs. J.- W. Andrews,!I I at the J. E. Wilson cottage on birthday recently with a picnicat SATISfACTIONCall
conducted by > rs. Mer Hospital,. JacksonvilleMarvin Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Mrs. E. S.i week ..
Kingsley this the Nelson Jones, cottage on
sereau. Mrs. Johnson offered the Joins another brother. Matthews, Mrs. Henrietta. Hunt,I Bill and Marie Tilley are in I Silver Lake ... Helping celebratethe 198-W At Once |
closing prayer Steve. Mrs. A. D. Martin, Mrs. Cornelia Tampa for the next two weeks. occasion were Donnie and E
500 POUTvDSTOMATOES- memorial to the late Fred< Mrs. M. R. Judd Mrs. Daisy 1 1
A ,Saturday and Sunday guests of Long, !where Bill is working for Charles Bill Epps, Bill and Marie Tilley
Scott was read and ordered Mrs: Bertha Pearce'and Street Next Door To Nasworthy's
A. Perryman 228 E. Call
An interesting : the.L. L. Wainwrights at Kingsley [Shepherd in his new TV shop and family, Rita Tilley, Peggy and
spread upon the minutes. Lake were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mrs. O. L. Haynee. !Peggy and Robbie Shaller went Robbie Shaller, and Jo and Joe .- ,' -- .-
paper on "Our Flag. Hiatt and daughters of Starke .'down with them Sunday with the dumber .. Hear that Sonja An- ->- --' 1 -- .-- .- ,

.was read union by Mrs.president Quigley Mrs.: }.t. and Mr. and Mrs.. H. C. Wain- Jr. Club Notice j I intention staying and working derson put on quite an expert exhibition -

The for at- wright and son and daughter of! ..I for the two weeks but the heat of water skiing at Kings- ___ ,- .
her -
plans -
PC Pound V. Avery told World WCTU Con- Lawtey. The regular monthly meetingof !got them down and they came ley tother day ... 'Twas her first 'i' j

tending in the Vancouver, B. C., and Mrs. W. E. Feagle has returned the Junior Woman's club will I back to niceCooI'' Starke the time on skies and she can't swim,
vention be held Monday evening at 8 I i next day .. see Conner Bros. Ins. so she donned a Mae West life
national convention in home after a two weeks visit JI I I
o'clock in the' club house. i Agency has moved into the Jacket and"went all around the
both during the with her sister and _
Seattle, Hostesses will be: June Brown,t Landrum Building ... and near I lake without falling off .. Niceto
of June. She left May law, Mr. and Mrs.. H.
NICK'SFRUIT early part brother-in'l lee, Mae Mersereau, Jewell Noegel ,that the Suwannee Grocery Store see the progress of new home
5,000 miles in of Miami. While there
27 to travel some Clara Faye Hazen Barbara Mit. chain has leased the Ben Suslow for Tiny and Lucille Lovell just
company with other temperance ed fishing, chell and Sharon Locke. Route 100 .. .
STAND10th 'store (formerly occupied by Darby west of Struth's on
workers including the state pres- beach. visited friends at West" .
Bros.) ... Ernestine Denmark Glad to see Rosa Green back to
Dean Woodruff of Palm: Beach and relatives,' "
ident Mrs. saw
St. Starke, Fla. tellsme she is retiring the end work at New Method after being
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Maxam who
Tampa I of the week from the Tax. Col off for'two months with a broken
member Mrs. E. Y vacationing at Delray Beach
One new> are '
I lector's office arm. ..
Berry was welcomed into the from Detroit, Mich. Are you the one, or do you Well .. Seems to be all for ,

union.It Margaret Rose Duncan of know the one who walked off the now .. See you in the next ... _
was announced that. th Starke spent the night Tuesday witha ]
PARK baseball field the oth r night -Carolynyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyvvyy
June meeting will be held in the as the guest of Frances Caldwell. I dark brown wood folding chair

I STARKE FLA. home of Mrs. W. N. Johnson on Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews spent I with red cushion? it belongsto ': 4'; 77 -_ : ___ _

Laura St. Sunday afternoon in LaCrosse the Sam Andersons and Alice c

FrL,Sat.-May 29,30 Speech Contest with Dave Shaw. Mr! Shaw's wife says it goes to their bridge set ---z-e,. .., 4: ,, 11kW'- "

DOUBLE FEATURE Miss Patsy Kucera, a senior at I is recovering from an operation I I L and she'd like to have it back .. ) O.,. '
BHS, gave a reading, "George and in Alachua General HospitaL among those attending the Moroco -
YUKON GOLD Joe", in the' WCTU-eponsored Community Club I Temple Spring Ceremonial of the

Kirby Grant and Martha 'Hytr speech contest held in the Tabernacle The State Farm Community 'I' Shrine in Lake City last Satur- -a

-And- annex last Friday night. Club held its last meeting Tuesday day were K. G. Duncan. B. T.
She received an award, presentedby before adjourning for the and D. L. Thomas and Lavern

RED MOUNTAINIn Mrs. J. T, Q gley. summer months. The meeting was Outlaw Perry Kite Jr. andJ.

Technicoldr The meeting. was opened'with held in the home of Mrs. H. J. R. :Mott firemen, are attend-
Alan IAU and Elizabeth Scott I salutes to, the ChrlsUan flag by Kucera with about 30 members ing a short course this week at

Also Serial and Cartoon i Mrs. E. L. -Jobns,, the American present and two visitors, Mrs. the Fla. State Fire College in!
flag by :Mr. Johns, and the Addison and Mrs. W A. Knight *;Ocala( ... and this wekend a!

Sun., Mon.-May 31 Temperance flag'by Mrs. EugeneLee. The Club was glad to welcome BPW house party Is going to be en- .. .
and June 1 The :Youth Choir sang two back several who have been absent joyed at Daytona < by Jackie -
numbers and :Mrs. Florence Hippie Joan 'and Scholl, Hidden Treasure? It his with a prescription for himselfto
tot' a long time to mention: :Mrs. iw Hobbs, Joyce A m&UACBT were to itart career
Back At The FrontBill the number JoAnn smut to his community would be the'iain
sang closing I IL O. Bates, HI; Mrs. L. R. Dean; Margaret Rose Duncan follow its certain professional
Mauldins Willie & Joe "The Sinner And The Song", assisted Mrs. Jack Chambers; Mrs. F. Club Slade, Jane Richarde Gail Duke DIVE no lower than your ingredient. You see evidence of it in everything he does .

Also,Cartoon and New by members of the WCTU!. Redding; Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Jr. ,Linda Johns, Jackie Colley and living room and you'll find I You see it in the painstaking care he devotes to the preparation of every

: in Chorus. After the usual business session Sandra Johns .,. the party will bier values values that I prescription your doctor order*-whether it be a ample mixture or one of
June 2-ONLY be Lois Moore and a highly complex nature.
Tues, chaperoned by than
the committees add to far more
entertained Installs
program and in
Marie Houpt ... was sorry to You see it in the precision equipment he uses with ,
Somebody Loves Me WHY BURNIn with jokes (how was I I II hear that Butch Elder, 10; received you might expect. his knowledge of the thousands of drugs and chemical he keeps on hand
Meeker that now, 'Eve) and laughs and I and .
RAlph completely.You
Betty Button and This Hot Weather? a bad cut on his head Don't overlook this treasure! so that your needs can be swj/plied promptly
presented two of the departing I I of his profession, and in
Also Cartoon and while down slide at see it in his participation in organizations
sliding a
Let Us Help You and it
it guard
with farewell Mrs. Count
members gifts. ; Kingsley Lake last week sev- up his technical library through which he keeps abreast of the latest
%Wed., Thur.-June 3, 4 STAYCOOL L. A. Shepherd received a ,silver eral stitches had to be taken with a sensible. amount of medical developments, the newest drugs, and the constant improvementin
FEATURE serving tray and a beautiful brass insurance. pharmaceutical products and practices.
was lucky Donald Gilder was on
With Beautiful Cool planter. Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Sr Scenes at the installation of hand to Butch he had S Your pharmacist pledges bimsdf'whoIeharted.ly to the. ideals of hisprofession.
THE MAN was given a lovely china base new BPW Club officers Monday save as Everyday in communities large and small he is helping toInakc
twice Donald
AL.UMINUMAWNINGS lamp. gone down when and America the healthiest nation in the world. '
18. keep
CLOAK night May
WITH got to him.
Barbara After witty "thank yous" from *Top: Desta Dyal (center), the H. C. WALL Get better acquainted with your pharmacist-be'a man you can rely on. I
Joseph Cotton and the honorees the hostesses, Mrs. new president receives the gavel The A. F. Sauls have a new _!l rMJJ J- S cIP1,6W i&1 Ij I vL,D I ..;..Dir* 32,Midt,_
StflIIC tenant in one of their cottages -
AndUntamed Free Estimates, liLt Terms Medford Shealy, Mrs. P. D. Fan- from June Brownlee, a past president -t Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kinds and AGENCY 1
cher Jr. and Mrs. Dora Linton
To S Years To ray Dorothy Patterson, District -, Mr .
rp baby of Cleveland Tenn. -
FrontierIn served refreshments.Mrs. 3-4 Director who installedthe I Phone 146
Kinds is an engineer at Big Dad Koch Drug j
-, Kucera's home was beautifully looks at left.
officers on
Technicolor Call;: P. L. BENTON decorated Jerry Bennett got a scare 200 E. CaD Street
with white I
'Cotton) and Susan Bell glads, Lower: :Mildred Doyle, as new Sunday when she rec'd a telephone -
Joseph Starke Fla.
Ph. S57S Gainesville, } a. red dahliag and other >mixed Starke 53 !
Also Latest News treasurer, "went on'V sit down call from a hospital in '

Spring flowers. strike" until club dues were paid.t I Corona Calif. it was her hus-: ,&&AALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa -- !

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P 6I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews and:
Mrs. Leighton Hood of Palatka
f FLORIDA L spent Sunday with the Mathews'

OMdnatitll ; I daughter, Mrs. W. E. Dowling and
i family. Little Margie Ann Dowl SUGAR ROSE i
ing returned to Palatka with her
THEATRE C.IN THE NEWS I grandparents for a week's visit. i
Miss Sue Duncan of Gainesville' I
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6 6 I" II III I spent the weekend with her cousin i

Mr, and Mrs. Robert Pafford r Mrs. Lucian Conner and son Miss Margaret Rose Duncan. I TOMATOES I
.* ind Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Freemanof !i Douglas, and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and Mrs. Ruby Johns and son, L. M. E
Thomasville, Ga. were Sunday daughter, Pam, were In Tallahassee Gaines, were visiting relatives in I Ei i
A :;jests of the J. L. Cole family j jMr. !. last Thursday and also spent\St. Petersburg and Tampa last ,

FILL-WEEK .,and Mrs. E.J. Wilt of East the weekend at Marianna and the week.Maiden I
: I Orange N. ,J. and son E J'I,t|i beach at Panama City with rel Form Brassieres at 2303c'ns19cYes
OF (Buddy) 'Wilt, II spent Saturday,atives. Stump's.Miss E
with Mrs. Wilt's parents. Dr and,]I Mr and Mrs V, V Huen and Mandy, Deas of Valdosta. i
116 TIME I Mrs. Lemuel Colson, while. en-,I family attended _the graduation I Ga. was the weekend guest of Mr.
route to South Florida' for the ''exercises of their niece Mary and Mrs. John Deas. I
wed They will also stop by the'I Lynn _Strayhom in' Wildwood j Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. York of
SNOWS Co1s n's this weekend. Mr and I Thursday evening. Gainesville spent the weekend'
Mrs Lemuel Colson Jr. and son,I I Mrs. I. G. Harris and son, Gary, with :Mrs. York's parents' ![r. and ,
Jimmy, of Panama City were also win go to Broxton, Ga. from Sat- Mrs. L. F Dinkins. ; : I
weekend: guests of Dr. and :urday to Wednesday to visit'Mrs. Mrs Eileen Grtmsley of Lake Come see .now's the time to get ,your share of
Sat.,lMay, 30 ,- ONLY I Colson. 1rs'l:Harris' pa.renu"IIr.,and Mrs. Eric City was,visiting.Mrs. 0.L. Beas- h I

BIG:DOUBLE, FEATURECEDiBBDK I Mrs. Nelson Ritch of. Ocala IsJ," Moore. ley and Jfrs.J.. W. Kincaid last savings during A&Fs great sales event. Values galore
Holeproof Nylon Hose at Friday,
visiting Mr.and Mrs. L. L. Conner
this week. Stump's.Rev. Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mrs. M. V'. throughout the store. ,
I I and'Mrs. L. D Haines. andfamily'nvent Brown spent last Thursday! in :
.! Cynthia Cox of Live Oak spent to Mars Hill College Tallahassee.Mr. -,
the weekend with her grandmother -e!, A&p;
: N. C.: on Wednesday 'to get their and Mrs. Dolvin Foreman
Mrs D. L. Silcox and Mr. and daughter, Helen, who came home and Dolvin Foreman, Jr. spent Small Bar
Mrs. Vernon Silcox. Priscilla Cox,for the summer holidays.Mr. '''I the weekend in Waycross, Ga. visiting GRAPE Oz Bottle Dial Soap 2 for 25c
JUICE 24 -
spent the weekend with Mr. and I and Mrs. T. K. McClane of relatives.Mr. ,21C
IF' Mrs. James Lewis; Winter Park were overnight guests and Mrs. G. W. Stroud of HARRIS
Mr.and Mrs. Fred Hoppensteidtand I Saturday of Col. and Mrs. J. A. Andalusia, Ala. spent the weekend Tuna Fish, 6-oz can. 25c
Mr. and Mrs Dan Hoppensteidt Griffin. with Mr. and Mrs. M. D. EIder Ann ARMOUR
of St. Sunday I I
Petersburg were and family.Mr. .
Mrs. Charles Darby and children -
aUlluc mUll guests of Mr. and Mrs E.. A. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley o f 14-oz Bottle Corned Beef, 12-oz can 49c

-" Winklev. and Mrs. A. L Spencer in Jack I Gainesville, former Starke residents KETCHUP E 2 33C ARMOUR
AND, Pvt. and Mrs Charles E. Knight',sonville. are moving to Tampa on Chop. Ham 12-oz ,
who have at Fort Jackson, I I can 55cArniour's
-.u.. DOI M .. been Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and the 31st.
.ClAWfIlD.IEED'DEREK S. C." the past six months, are I.son Mickey, were in,Habaii, Ga. Mr. and Mrs I spending this week in Starke and on Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.I family spent the weekend at Fern Ann Page Apricot, ,Peach or Pineapple Sausage 19C
Gainesville with relatives.
Miss June_Patel spent the_weekend .1 1 Rex Dansby. i andina Beach. LbJar Armour's Star

with Miss Fran Taylor in I PRESERVES S 2 43C Treet, 12-oz can 47c
liar Hatt Jacksonville. 1 Armour.8Libby's
Pin I :Miss Swank Slips, sizes, Give YTechnical our Television Set the proper
"Fright DalSth. Cartoon Corned Beef Hash 31c
j 32 to 52 at Stump's.Mr. .
and Chapter I "Captain Video"Serial. ; and SkillIt
and Mrs. Bill Rile& of Sa- Knowledge
vannah. Ga. were guests of Mr. No 2 Cans ge pkg

.. nesday.and Mrs ,Ewell Lawson on Wed- Needs PINEAPPLE 27 VEL 23

Sun.. Mono -,May 31, June 1 Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V. ,Knight Your Set
We Give You An Estimate Before We Repair with Your 5c Colgate Palmolive
spent Tuesday afternoon in Jacksonville -

Mrs. Alice Lambert'who is the ,
manager of the Starke Hotel, will giant pkg
leave this weekend for a visit Radio AndTelevision iu .. FAR 51C
Q with relatives in Maine and Can- 1 1 1
ada. Mrs. Bessie Gibson will I Service
manage the betel: while Mrs.j x with your lOc Colgate Palmolive

I "die WI) OJI Lambert is away. PHONE 153 Swift Premium Smoked Tender 1 Peet coupon _
Mrs. R. N. White of Plant City j ,
-- '- was the overnight guests last Fri.I NOTICE We have moved to Call St. in Williams Jew- HAMS Whole or Half c / : SWANSON BONED
Plus "Babbitt Kin" Cartoon andlatest day of ,Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epper
I elry Co., 2 doors from Koch Drug Store
World News

1 1 son.Dr.. ._ M._u.B. .Herlong. _Mrs._ Carriewarms Herman's Assorted TURKEY5ozCon
ana Air ana Airs. l''ranK .
Tues, Wed- June 2, 3' Herlong will leave Tuesday for LUNCH MEAT 6 % pkg C f,
Waynesville, N. ,C. until October MOVINGLOCAL .
BIG DOUBLE Mrs. W. B," Mundy Jr. was the : 31C
Quick Frozen Grade A FRYER
guest of Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. .
Johns in Tallahassee the first partof THIGHS or DRUMSTICKS 59c
I Safe
First Run Pictures last 'week. I PHONE
Horse :MeatWOW
Mr. and Wally Solano and Dependable

daughter Sandra were shopping c EconomicalR. 311 Frozen DOG FOOD, Ib can 18c
In Jacks() viU *Saturday. DISTANCELONG
1.nera. b>ra;,-EWA** S3g was visiting B. Alvarez OR COB FILLETS Lb29c ARGO GLOSS STARCH, 8-oz pkg 7c

I Mr*ana"Mrs. Bill Long in GairiesvUIS Agents For TRANSFER AND 250JSTORAGE For Salads, For CooJungGolden

,over the weekend. I Delcher Br taiga.3..Z, Gentry) spent Thurs
s lens* day of last week in Jacksonville iI I I 8-0%pkg 63 KARO WHITE SYRUP, pt bottle 23c
Mr and, Mrs| Martin Land and A-JAX CLEANSER
] sons will attend the wedding of cans 25c
Mrs.,Land's brother, Louie Lancaster Armour's Star ALL MEAT' Large BarPALMOLIVE

+ u d ) and SMUs. Eunice* Holland Perryman Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida FRANKS 49c SOAP, 2 for 23c
MAN in :Mayo Large BarCASHMERE ,
Mrs. ,Perry Kite Jr. is spendingthis

week with Mrs. Wally Solano I Herman's ALL MEATBOLOGNA BOUQUET, 2 for 23c
.1 while Perry is attending Fire College

c:: l Mr.i in and Ocala.Mrs.. J. L. Gentry attended BROAD BREASTED TURKEYS 6-0 pkg 23c Candy Receipt PopcornCRACKER Marshmallows, 10-oz pkg 23c

the'Morocco Temple Shrine '- ----------- -- J JACK 3
:: pkgs 13c
, She came / Ceremonial in Lake City last Sat FOR SALE ------T--j-----
/from 1 the, wrong urday. Mr. Gentry was o e'of I

r sift of the the Star candidates.Brand Dress and Work I Bronze Turkeys $10 per doz FRESH TEMPTING -

I htracks! Shoes for men and boys at White Turkeys: $8 per doz. Bakery Buys! of Soring* pFrwts / 11IL 4-
1/c and Mrs. George E. A\\ and
Pekin Ducklings $8 25 fir/
per VegetablesLarge
1 Refreshing springtime _
1 Fortunas of Whiting Field are h' ** .., ,0
flavor! Loads of ,
spending this week with Mrs Fortunas' Tulusa Goslings $1.50 sun-sweet 'i:: ; y/
'-: ea.
., parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. golden peaches! ft" tJr.: : .. y
1 1P 1r I E. 1facBla.ne. Seaman Fortunas Guineas $8 for 25 [\\ {;p: ,
.will leave this weekend for duty Bananas
ar Ib IIc
cne- -
aboard the U. S. S. Randolph in New Hampshire Chicks18c. ea. < : h .
Norfolk, Va. while Mrs. Fortunas H
will remain here with her parents.Mr. PEACH Fresh Calif.Carrots .
.and Mrs.L. O. Hazen had as H SPECIAL Ib yid'd
A. R. Johnson Farmers Supply : lOc ..
I [weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. A. r
[Pt'Ashurst of Cocoa and Mr.; and
Mrs Don Patray and children of 10th St. Next to RR Starke, Fla. PIE LARGE t, 'Fresh '
GEda PiE"i
out ;
1 u+ Jacksonville. ;
Phone, 51-W Butter BeansYELLOW 25c i
pM Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent
Wednesday of last week in Cedar I Jane ParkerCOCONUT

i Keys. I BUNS pkg 25c
1 Mr. and Mrs. W. A' Scott of Lbs
ll .Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. 9-Piece Jane ParkerGOLDEN ONIONS 2 9C
O. W.White last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hoppe and POUND CAKE 25c

1 son. Jimmy. of Tampa and Mrs. I LIVING ROOM .
C. L. May and Mrs John Smith of, i Fresh BLACKS YED .
1 Albany Ga:visited Mrs.A. C. Dur- '
den Mrs. ,J.W. Kincaid and Mrs. GROUP .

O. L. Be sley several days last 33 PEAS 2Lb
I wr week. 19C
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N I Mrs. L. D. Green visited Mr. J129'5
i Green in Crescent City the latter j
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=- 11 w part of last week where Mr. Green'was Phone 80 Starke, Fla.

L li. \ & Mr working., and Mrs. Carol White, 'Jr.j j

and family of Nashville Tenn. was] SOFA-BED HASSOCK GREEN 'GIANT SWEET
Liit the overnight guest last Friday of i iMr. ,
UJ E. and Mrs. Robbie shaller and BLEACH
Mr and Mrs. Bill Tilley. J PICTURE COFFEE TABLE
Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. Hen-
riettaHunt attended the Shrine I RUB 2 END TABLES
cusc I convention in> Lake City on Satur-J EAS

day.Mr I '
PCYImmEASt and Mrs. J. L Ogden of j r iyW .
:\ Pompano Beach and Lee Ogden ofl < ,
Pigs "So You Want To Be Plum-:TJ. of F, were weekend guest
mer" Joe McDoakes 'Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Sr,
at Lake. 17c 290 Oz Con <
Latest World: News Kingsley 17 | for
Charlie ;Powell is spending several 37C
-A- weeks at Merritt's Island with i j
his sister Mrs. George Carter.
Thur., Fri June 4j5 Mrs. H. H. Adams flew to

Memphis Tenn. Thursday) for a ZERO E Z
| few days visit with her parents Prices in this ad effective thru!
: Mr. and }[rs. J H. Moseley Mrs. Saturday, May 30th.
Carrie Adams Is caring for her HomE Cleaner Prepared Starch
grandchilden during Mrs. Adams' e
absence. Quart Bottle Quart Bottle talaenettablt -- _
o'c DEBBIEO'CONNORREYNOLDS Des eltlnle,111t. ....
Steve Denmark. Jr. had as his Similar To >
IlCHAtD ALUII guest Saturday! his cousin, Eddie 1 ,23C 19C
.. h AERKEL. ANDERSON IQSLYN 'h/ Thomas, of Crescent City. Above Picture I 1 1 I .

Plus "Hissed'Fortnne* A Stooge Mr. and Mrs J. D. Doyle at-
Spec M J tended the- Elks Convention in St '_ fI' 'I"r ATIaa111
L11111 fI"
Augustine over the'weekend.,

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He is feeling a little Betty Kirby Thursday. ty of the bonds.
:YYYTTTVVVTTYTTTVYVTTTYTT saddenedby The purpsoe' of the issuance of
community was
better now.' these bonds is to finance the cost
from last week: the death of Roman Alvarez of additions, replacements improve-
:BAYLESS was not"with last weekend. :Mr. Alvarez was a ments'and extension to the sewer- Pace setter'POLIS.SPEED
Kathryn Kelly age system of the City of Starke. :;
Charles Newman at. the Senior resident of Ba less Hiway fora Bidders are requested to name the

;. bl.MrL (K. E Crosby just happened to I number of years. He will be Interest rate or rates not to exceed riY
prom four per cent (4%) per annum in
'AAAAAAAAAAAAk1AAAAAA&&&. be one of the Junior class attend- greatly missed. multiples of 1/8 or 1/10 of 1%. Each

I ing the prom. All the ladies are busy canning bidder may name not more than Yes, the, 1953 Ford has been selected to let the pace
rates of Interest
News three and must The 1953 Ford will
Church Sammy Renfore and :Miss Patri- and freezing vegetables now. The specify in his bid the amount and V : for this }W'8 500-mile race at Indianapolis. Below is
Rev: vGwin filled his regular were farmers are running around try- maturities of the bonds' of each rate,
!!; appointment. at Bayless Hiway cia Peeler of the U of F for and all bonds maturing on same the '53/ the white Sunliner V-8, with gold trim, which will do
to scare a set for
guests of Sammy's folks, the L. ing up dates must have interest at the same pace .
'. Sunday morning and evening.Anot.h .' L. Renfroes Sunday. corn peas and peppers. rates. No bid of less than par and the honors In this world-famous speed event.
: r candidate came forward, accrued interest or for less than all
Miss Florence Castles is makingher
Juanita, Addison and Miss
Two Mrs. of the bonds offered will be enter-
; for Baptism Sunday morning. Clark of Jacksonville were home with Mr. and Mrs. tained. The bonds will be awardedto
'w. were baptised Sunday evening. Al' William Crosby. We welcome herto the lowest bidder offering to
their mother Mrs. S. R.
guests purchase the bonds at the lowest interest
attended both services. -
Jarge;,crowd Clark Sunday. Mrs., Rachel 'Sas- our community.The "cost to the City. Such cost to
r' Everyone is Invited to attendall them home fora thought for the week i' be determined by deducting the total
ser accompained amount of any premium bid from
r : the. services at Bay less Hiway.
church ,two Weeks visit with relatives. we are not called to preach but the aggregate amount of interest a"Za \ 1
Several visitors attended the ever preachedis upop all of the bonds from their
,entertained greatest sermon x
:Mrs. W Co, ,Conner
date until their
*Sunday night. We were very glad respective maturi-
her little ..daughter'Yvonne with the life we live.
't/\ _Viav.<... them.r L ties.Each
U Tne occasionbeing bid must he
a. birthday party. encjuBeu in a
t We had a good attendance ali TTYYYYYYTYYYTYYYTTYYTYYYNEW sealed envelope marked "Proposalfor
Sunday School mass meeting her 7th birthday. Delicious Cewer Revenue Ponds" and asC"a.i ;yeF \qxe y'At A:ca.xy\ tic,'hen W + e'V N,.
1 1z
refreshments were served to the must be accompanied by a certified
at Raiford last Tuesday night. bank cashier's En )
or for 81,500.00payable
;j1: Several of the men from Bayless ,I 30 children Presnt. 'Yvonne received RIVERMaxlne unconditionally to the or- y\;. y'p> '"gt M "a r4 Aea na:s:, :w.' '.r.A'.., de7 r" r Ca

f Hiway attended the Preachers, i many lovely gifts: Mrs. der' ,of the City of Starke. Floridaon L i, o .' .,'d :: : t Aha 1a)'' -V.
Conner assisted in servingby which no interest will be allowed. +w rTo,
4 Deacons .and Laymens meeting : AndreweAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAA Award or rejection of bids will

fat North Pleasant Grove Monday Mrs. Paul Faulkner. be'on receipt the of the date bid above and the stated checks upon of ;t: rY SAtI tiLE._.RASE'.._... .Bl.. lry0. _
Mrs. J. C. Sapp entertained
night the unsuccessful bidders will be returned :

Personal Items son Bobby with a birthday party Mrs. Margaret Kelly of Chattanooga immediately. The check of
the successful bidder will beheld
4 Missed seeing Mrs.'Kirby Crews recently The occasion being his Tenn. is visiting her'daughter uncashed as security of the per- &: ,.

.. : Church: Sunday. Harold told me 15th birthday. About 75 young I and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy formance of his bid but In the
the evening. Outdoor event that the successful bidder ;\S
her foot and folks'enjoyed
\that she had Tomlinson.The shall fall to comply with the terms

r was' unable to wear a,shoe.. games were played and at of his bid the check may then be
, Church
New River Baptist
cashed and the proceeds retained
close the refreshments
Home Demonstration the of party
The Sunnybrook has set a date for their homecoming and for, full liquidated damages.
meeting went to Stephen were served by the hostess. The right to reject any and all
which will be July 19. It
Foster :Memorial for their Mr.: and Mrs. Perry Alston and bids Is reserved.
will celebrate it's 120th birthday. City of Starke. FloridaBy
annual picnic last Tuesday. Those children of Zephyrhills and Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lambertand Carl Johns Ei1e etter

who enjoyed the affair were :Mrs. [Vera Alston of Lake Butler were City Clerk. S
Mr.. and :Mrs. Dick Gerrio of 5/15 5t 6/12
Floyd Crosby Mrs, J. R. Kelly,, i recent guests of the William Miami were guests of Mrs. H. B. ON THE AMERICAN ROAD

'Mrs. Lucia Thomas, Mrs. W. J. ,Crosby. Schofield last weekend. OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SALE

r >IcRae and Miss Dorothy Rosa I Normans 80000.00
I The Eddie and Herbert -
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles''Wigginsand rtllitlea Revenue Bond
tt Mrs.. Lucille Lovell'and daughter of Wiersdale were visiting City of Starke Florida
Charlotte of Camp
Margaret Ann were shopping relatives here over the weekend. daughter, Sealed bids will be received by
'. Lejeune, N. C. spent the weekend ,.the City Council of the City of
:Jn r Jacksonville Friday, Little Evelyn Grider of Starke Starke. Florida at its regular >
*" Hear wedding bells are ringing ,spent the weekend with Eddy .with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. place of meeting at "the City
Lawrence and Ronnie. Hall In Bradford
Wiggins Starke County
in community Wanda [ '
;again our Faye Cain. <* 8 o'clock
Florida until P.M. Eastern
'. :Crosby is. wearing a beautiful The Clyde Edmondsons of Miami They also attended church serv- Standard Time on Tuesday the 16th -
n t her third finger. Hear ices. day of June A.D. 1953 at which time ____ .
on "
sparkler: were visiting Mrs. Edmondsoa's -
and place all bids will be publicly _"
of the U of F _
: lucky is Harold Crews. Ervin Andrews .1 .e r
the guy i brother-in-law sister, opened and read for $80,000.00 Utilities .w; :
weekend with his Revenue Bonds, dated :May 1, S- _
t; Sorry,, to hear that ,Uncle Bob 'the R. R. Crosbys recently.. spent the par- 1953 and maturing serially in numerIcal jLI

"Haifilop.'has not been feeling too Uncle John and Aunt Sally ents, Mr. and.Mrs. R. R. Andrews.Miss : order in the years and amountsas
"f Helen was overnight follows
< and Kelly :
Kelly of Johnstown and ,Mr.
Ann Sim- Tear Amount
Miss Betty
Mrs. Otis Crawford and childrenof guest 1955 $3,000

Jacksonville spent the weekend mons. The following night Betty 1956 3,000 SM
at 1951 3.000
overnight guest
.. with the C. C. Crosbys. Ann was 1958 3,000

Miss Mary Alyce Crosby and Helen's home. 1959 3,000
of Jacksonvilleis 1960 4Q00 _
s s Gene Andrews _
) '" Jeanette Douglas spent 1961 uno
,home for a three week vaca-
196 4.000
> at Daytona Beach. Mary Alyce
ll rb tion with his parents, Mr. and 19&3 4,000
nice suntan: -
really has a 19U 4,000
The J. C. Cains and children of Mrs. Chester Andrews. 1965 5,000
1'66 5,000
Fort White were visiting' Mrs. NOTICE TO APPEAR 1961 5,000

IB Circuit Court, Bradford co..tr.Florldal 1968 5.000

I. Cksneerr.John lfel- 1969 5.000 ;i.':' In Ford 41 "Worth :Mere" features in all
D. Vozzella Plaintiff, vs. 1970 5,000' ,. : #., you get ,
en S. Vozzella, Defendant 1911 5,000 p advances that make Ford the
9831 s unquestionably pace-seller
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S I Case 1972 5,000 Fifty Years Forward on the Amtncan Road

I Xottce To Appear. resi- 1973 5,000 of the low-price field, the new standard of the whole
To: Helen S. Vozzella whose Denomination $1,000.00 principal h
s dence and address is: 14J5 Center and semi-annual interest (:May and 0# industry! See: i it.. .Value Check it..Test Drive it today.
JUST ONEFR.I'GID.AIRE Street Roslindale Massachusetts.Your November first) shall be payable at
oft are hereby .notified that a the office of the City Treasurer, Cityof
!:l1it tc- Starke State of Florida; payable
Divorce custody and support of solely from the net proceeds of the -

Made only by General minor child I Utilities Service Tax collected by FordANDREWS iEI .
in the Worth when it
filed against you more buy
has been :said City. you
WE FITFire Motors Corp. :-- All other above named Court and cause a copy and of The bonds of this issue numbered : WITH "WORTH MORE" FEATURES ..

Electric Refrigerators are yes are answer required or pleading to serve to the complaint one (1) to Twelve (lZ), both inclusive Worth more when you sell it I r.o.A.r.
made by other companiesand on the Plaintiffs[ Attorney maturing in the years 1955 to
Zach'H. Douglas, 505 Lynch '1958. both inclusive are not redeemable -
Insurance to cannot use the word Building Jacksonville Florida prior to their respective stated
your and file the original in the office or I dates of'maturity Bonds of this
Frigidaire. Clerk of the Circuit Court on issue numbered from Thirteen (U)
personal needs. Call or the before the 22 day of June 1953; to Eighty (80), both Inclusive maturing MOTOR CO.Madison
otherwise the allegations of said in the years 1959 to 1973,
.,' Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Complaint will be taken as confessed both inclusive are redeemable priorto .
their respective dates of maturingat
by you.
Charley E. Johns ? ? 6 This notice*shall be published the option of the City in whole
i < once each week for four consecutive or,in part in inverse numerical Older & Adams ts. Phone 118 FLORIDA
Agency weeks In the Bradford County Tele if less than all, on May 1, 1958or ,
THEN SEE graph. on any interest payment date I ..
Phone IS STABKE, FLA Dated this 19 day of May 195J. thereof at the principal amount
(;OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby thereof plus accrued Interest to date .. .-: : .,:.,-' <. ',- .: :- '
Circuit Court I of I Iwentyfive : : <: :.. ;- : ; <.- :>.,- ". :
E. H. SMITH Clerk ot he of redemption and a premium -
f "II .. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Dollars $25.00) for
5/%% 4tU each bond so called for redemptionin
.. .1958, which premium shall reduce -
,..., Tenth and Temple Are. OTlrE TO APPEAR by Two and 50/100 Dollars .
fa Circuit Court. Bradford CountyL ($2.50) in each year thereafter so
ffrwtfltlng. THE TRAVELERS.Hartforl Starke, Fla. Florida L I* Chameery. that the bonds shall be callable at I
Zblslaw If. Roehr, Plaintiff vs. a nremlum of Twenty-two and GROERH
Wanda L. Roehr, Defendant !50/100' > iiarsunn.5f1): In 1959. and $

Case No. 9824 without premium In 1968.
.fotlc To Appear' The bonds have been or will be,
To:-Wanda L. Roehr, whose resi- validated by the Circuit Court of
dence and address is: Thomaston. Bradford County, Florida and the
Connecticut approving opinion of Giles J. Patterson -
Tour are hereby notified that Esquire and Patterson Freeman n ___ _
< suit for Richardson & Watson. Jacksonville -
INTEGRITY Divorcehas Florida will be furnished
been filed against you in the without cost to the purchaser of the
above named Court and cause and bonds. There will also be furnish.
required to serve a copy of j
of, conduct and dealing with better you your are answer or pleading to the complaint ed the usual closing: papers includ- SOUTHERN
t on the Plaintiffs Attorney ing a certificate stating that thereis

thoughtfulness and economy in all T. Frank L..ndrum. Starke. Florida no validity litigation of the pending bonds'affectingthe .

our serving these mark the reputable and file, the.original in the office of The purpose of the issu.an.Q4 ot
Clerk of the Circuit Court on these bonds is to finance the eeet
quality of tot!$ well.. known. firm. or before the 15 day of June, i of improvements to certain street, .
; -- 195J! ; otherwise the allegations of! avenues and thoroughfares in thi
I !
.t will be taken as con- City of Starke. DISTRIBUTORS

;/1 I,0.10 feasea&JU.byou..._. ?, I Bidders r requested to name VEGETABLE

notice fchall be published the interest rate or rates not to exceed .
four cent (4%) per annumin
"'- -- '- ace 9k for four Consecutive per
DcWITT C. JONESPhone weeks east In the Bradford. County: Tele- Each multiples bIdder' of may 1/8 name or 1/10 not of more 1"%. ..

7 Starke, Fla. graph.Dated. thl,.13 ftay of May, 1953. than three rates of interest and
5/15 4t 8/5 must specify la his bid the
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Court maturities of the bonds of each OPERATING ON THE
Clerk of the Circuit rata and all bonds maturing on same
1"1 I By Marlin L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk dates must have interest at the -' .
same rates. No bid of less than par
Funeral Director Ambulance Service OFFICIAL NOTICE OP SALE and accrued interest or for less I
14040000 than all of the bonds offered will
Our local: funeral home n&alei u to offer convenience tal Sewer Revenue Bonds be entertained. The bonds will be I
of Starke Florida awarded to the lowest bidder offer-
services not otherwise avaB&ble.
Sealed bids will be received by ing to purchase the bonds at the Market
the City Council of the City of lowest interest cost to the City. Brooker State
... do" II II" I. Starke. Florida at its regular placeof I Such cost to be determined by de-
meeting at the City Hall in ducting the total amount of any
W. furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and Starke. Bradford County Florida,,, premium bid from the aggregate

accept ANT life Insurance policy m force listed by ANY until 8 o'clock P.M. Eastern Stand, amount of Interest upon all of the
ard Time, on Tuesday the Uth day bonds from their date until their
company u payment la part or In toll on a funeral. of June A.D. 195S.at which time and respective maturities. '-

Consultation carries no obltgatloa.gj place all bids will be publicly opened Each bid must be enclosed in a
and read for $40,000.00 Sewei sealed envelope marked "Proposal PAYING
Revenue Bonds, dated .May 1, 195!I for Utilities Revenue Bonds" and I
and maturing serially In numericalorder must be accompanied py a certifiedor .
in the years and amounts as bank cashiers check for 1500.
follows: 00 payable unconditionally to the
Year A..oast order of the City of Starke, Florida,
1954 $!,OOO on which no interest will be allow
1955 3,000 ed. Award or rejection of bids will
:1 1.1 1956 3,000 .be on the date above stated upon HIGHEST.PRICES H HFOR
1957 4.000 receipt ef the bid and the checks of
1958 4,000 the unsuccessful bidders will be returned -
1S59 4.000 immediately. The' check ol .
19(0 4.000 the successful bidder will be held .
( 1961 5,000 uncashed as security of the performance -
1S62 5.000 of his bid. but in the event
?! 1963 5,000 that the Successful bidder shall fail YOUR -
-I Denomination $1.600.00 prlncloal to comply with the terms of his bid, {
and semi-annual interest (May and the check may then be cashed and
November first) shall be payable at the proceeds retained as and for:
the office of the City Treasurer. City full. liquidated damages.
flj of Starke. State of Florida; payable The right to reject any and al
t a ens solely. from the net revenues derived bids is reserved. ;
from the operation of'its exIting City of Stark. Florida .
ICI CRIAMr light waterworks and sewer By Carl Johns CUCUMBERS

systems operated as a Joint system:. City Clerk. .
ir/1r \ 'i The bonds of this issue numbered 5/15 5t S/i:
,. one (1) to Seventeen (17), Dotb
inclusive maturing the year TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYT'WHERE
1954 and 1858, both inclusive, are not 'e .
s redeemable prior to their respecter* TRAINING AND
stated dates of maturity. Bonds ol
this issue numbered' from Eighteei
(IS) to Forty (40). both inclusive, P-EPPERS
maturing in the years 1359 to 1963 If you need a truss or surgical
both inclusive are redeemable prior:
support, cannot .afford to
Peaches are is season and It's to their respective dates of maturit you
at the option of the City. in whop<. take a chance with your health, ... .
or in part in Inverse numerical order -
Borden's Fresh Peach
time to enjoy !! by being improperly fitted.
0 if less than all on May 1, 195 t

Ice Cream. Smooth creamy or on any interest payment dat Here at Canova Prescription '
thereof at the principal amoun AND OTHER VEGETABLES
smooth Ice cream rich I I. the flavor I thereof plus accrued interest t< Center we nave trained tech-,
date of redemption aid a preminn ..
nidaas both male and female
of i.icy peaches. Refresh!*?! of Twenty-five Dollars'U5.00) fo V
a each bond so called for redemptloi to serve )"011.
Delicious! Enjoy it often at hoot in 1>58, which premium shall reduc
by Five Dollars $5.00) in each yea Remember your health and

or favorite fooBtala. Bay thereafter so that the bonds shall b comfort depend on expert
callable at a premium of Twent: CASHBUYERS
several platv-roday. Dollars $20.00) in 1959 and wlthou .
premium in 1J6J.
The bonds have been or will b< fitting.CANOVA .
I validated by; the Circuit Court o
Bradford County.Florida and the approving
>opinton of Giles J. Patter PRESCRIPTION CENTEIPHONE I
t. son. Esquire and Pattersoa. Freeml.lRichardson : BROOKER PHONES GAINESVILLE; OFFICE j
710rdens & Watson. Jicksonvllh "4202
Florida wUl be furnished withou PH. 24989 & 5212
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cost to the purchaser of the bonds (Near Hospital) 9118 &
11+ There will also be furnished th .
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rl CHURCHES i.. Hampton Baptist "ber Rev.of S.the J. Grady Tabernacle< a former is seriously mem-.' by L II. Futch NOT PRICES ON COOL SUMMER FOODS!

ill in a Tampa hospital His & & A AA
i ..,.,.. many friends here hope for a .. .
> Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker '
1 speedy recovery. .
Baptist Church ,_ Methodist Church The regular service Friday nightwas and children and Mrs. M. E.'
Miley of Jacksonville were
given over to the Temperance -
31, will be Church guests of Mrs. A. H. Harley on
The First Baptist Church of Sunday May ,.. and Patriotic program spon-
Starke welcomes the public to Loyalty Sunday at tie First Methodist 1: sored by the W. C. T. U. and held Sunday.Mr. tl
of Starke. The Rev. i. and. Mrs. McKinney and
the Baccalaureate Services of 1> ro in the Tabernacle Annex. Those
Thomas G.' Mitchell will preachon children of Anniston. Ala. and
the Saturday night
the High School this Sunday at attending
8 p. m. There will be a seating the subject, "When Al} Follow Youth Meeting were interestedin Mrs. Floyd Ward of Birmingham,
The Christ. The Stewards and Mr. Quigley's contribution to were weekend guests of Mr. and
600 to
capacity of over accommodate -
the church organi a Mrs. H. B. Arwood. The Arwoodsare
all who would like to at- officers of ; the program in drawing figureson
t' tend. The church will be air-con- zations will be consecrated at the the blackboard, representing parents of Mrs. McKinney and

I ditloned for comfort. Rev. LewisD. close of the service.' The financial f.- .y: characters in the Bible; the object Mrs. Ward. ww sro sL

Haines, Pastor, will bring the program 'of the church for the ,; : being to guess who they Mrs. Roy Tomlinson and chiK -e
June will found in the dren of New River were visiting
beginning where
new year J. were and
message to the graduating class, /I/I"-
the congregationby contest showed relatives in Lawtey Sunday after- '"
be presented to Scriptures. This
"For Such a Time". The special .
musie will be by the High School the finance committee. Special quite a bit of knowledge of the noon. Qumffly Rights E.serred Prices Good Thru Sat.Iay 30
Dr. and
Mrs. W.
T. Waltersare
Glee Club. music will be furnished by the .k F.t Scriptures by those participating.
Senior Choir and by the Children's spending some time in Har-
Sunday morning at, 11 Rev: risonburg, Va. 'where he will Low Prices
Haines' message will be "The Choir. b.s Christian Church preach the dedication sermon fora 152 Can Street!
Methodists = *
Early Church" at which time the Sunday evening new church, which has recently Everyday _
Carol Choir will the offera- will join with the other churches There will be no preaching at
sing been built on a charge he once Clarke
Sunday night at 8 o'clock
Specials Too .
tory hymn and the ,Church Choir of the city for the Baccalaureate former leader in the Hitler Youth the 11 o'clock hour at this churchas pastored.' While there they will ,.. -
will sing the morning Anthem Sermon at the First Baptist the congregation will join in
; Organization of Nazi visit with relatives in other partsof
Mrs. L. A. Canova, organist. Church. pre-war the Convention being held at the the state
Germany, Wolfgang Mueller, will Christian Church, where
Sunday School meets at 9:45 peat in the evening service of Hampton The Frank Wells family of
will be
with ,P. T. Nolin general superintendent Presbyterian ChurchSunday the First Baptist 'Church, Hampton the morning message. New Smyrna Beach were"weekend ,Wesson Oil Shortening
Rev, J. B.'Dixon, followed -
brought by
Training. Union gathersat and a cordial invitation is guests of relatives here and in .
6:45: with Lavern Outlaw, director May 31-Sunday School by a basket dinner at 12:30. Jacksonville.,
extended to all
to hear this
9:45 a. m. Morning Worship German Rev. Sunday School will be held as Mrs. Louis H. Hill of Ft Myerswas INOWORIFT.3LbCan S5e
Service 11 a. m.,' sermon' topic: young preacher. usual at 9:45 at the Starke church
Midweek service will be held Muelllr home for the weekend.
speaks English fluently,
I I ?" Pioneer ) and communion at 10:30.: .
"Where Are We Going
Wednesday with the Pastor bring- so will bring his message personally Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Woodof I .
ing the Bible Study and prayer and Senior High Youth Fellow- without having to use an 'J. W. Yeoman will bring the Jacksonville were Sunday
and testimony time for all. ships ,and the Junior Choir will interpreter. Mr. Mueller is a per- afternoon message at 2:30( at the guests of her parents, Dr. and ASTOR Vac Pac
A friendly welcome awaits all meet at 7 p. m. Evening service Convention, and at 5> p.m. there Mrs. W. T. Walters. .
I sonal friend of Pastor Bob Gray,
who take advantage of the opportunity -8 p. m.; "The Message, of Jonah". as they became acquainted in will be a baptism at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelley and COFFEENORINSE Lbcan. 79C

to worship at the First Wednesday, June 3-Prayer Germany in 194Q while the latter Lake. son, Wendall, spent Sunday after-
Baptist Church of Starke. I Meeting 7:30 p. m. Adult Choir was serving as a newspaper' cor- Evening services will be heldas noon with his niece, Mrs. Earl ,
practice 8 m. Endeavor Collins, and
p. respondent for. the army at the usual: Christian family in Gaines- ,
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Thursday, 'June 4-The General Nuernberg War Crimes Trials. 7 p.m., studying film "Why Do ville.Mrs.

. LATTER DAY SAINTS Assembly of Presbyterian Church, We Live?". Evening message 8 Margaret Kelley returned
Mr. Mueller
Services each Sunday in old Masonic U. S., will open its 93rd sessfenat just completeda p.m.. "Why I Am A Christian". home Sunday afternoon after '
Hall on E. Call St. Sunday Montreat N. C, Members of year of study in an American Choir practice :Monday at 8 p.m. spending two weeks with relativesat S SURF !CARGO
Seminary and will return to Germany LargeBox.
Ladies Council business meeting
School 10 a. m.. Sacrament Serv- the church are asked to pray for New River. 27
in September to resume his
8 Service
ice 6:30 m. Everyone welcome. Tuesday pjn. Prayer Jackie _
p. this important meeting. ministry Baptist Churches Jones, a member of the .
among and Bible Study Wednesday 8 p.m.
Daily Vacation Bible School will in that country. He will' also be U. S. Air Force, is visiting his
.HOMECOMING be held for two weeks beginning visiting in Hampton until June 1, WORTHINGTON SPRINGS parents Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jones. Calif.PEACHES.
Monday, June 8. Sessions daily, after which he will make a tour HOMECOMINGThe Jackie has been stationed in Wis- I
annual Homecoming will Mon.-Fri., 9 to 11 a. m. of the southern part of the state consin for sometime but arrived .NoCan

be held at Hope Baptist Church, and speak in churches in Tampa, :Methodist Church lit home in time to assist his par- 2SC
Theressa, on Sunday, June 7. All St. Edwards Church Lakeland and Winter Haven. Worthington Springs is holding ents in moving to their new farm _
members of the church are urged Then, under the sponsorship of its annual Homecoming Service on home which is located on road

J to be present. Everyone is invitedto Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. the Baptist Student Union of the Sunday, .May 31, with a sermon 301 south Lawtey. The Joneses ..-._ -_,'_ .. -. '
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come and spend the day and Weekday Mass T:30 a.m.Children's University of Florida, he will visit basket dinner, and gospel singingin formerly occupied an apartmentin H.
. enjoy the preaching and song Class Saturday 11 Rldgecrest Baptist'' Assembly the afternoon. The Bradford- the home of Mrs. Miner. DONALD DUCK FRESH ROASTED
services. Dinner will be served on a. m. Grounds and speak before that Union Singing Convention will Mrs. A. H. Harley attended the
the grounds at nOon.-C. Sullivan, keystone Heights group. take part. All interested personsare commencement exercises at Heil- SALADRESSING VELVO

Church dent (Women's Club) Free copies of the Baptist Bea- cordially invitedPENTECOSTAL bronn School Tuesday night of

Sunday Mass 8 a. m. con will be given to everyone this week.
SEVENTH DAYADYENTIST Confessions before all Masses. who attends Sunday night, Spe- HOLINESS Dr. W. 'T. Walters, accompa- -0 COFFEE
CHURCII / cial music will be provided by ,CHURCH nied by Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch,

t Services each Sabbath in old Church ef Christ the male quartet, the Hampton Sunday School 10 a.m. attended the Gainesville District
. I Morning Service 11 a.m. Aldersgate Rally which held
Masonic Hall on E. Call.St'Sab, Gospelaires. was
Comer 10th and McMahoa Evening Service 7:30 p.m. in the First Methodist Church of Quart
bath School 2. Preachingeach Lb
Bible School-10 A. ).t. Bag
Prayer Meetings Wednesday Ocala last 35C
f second and fourth Sabbaths Sunday afternoon, with 69C
3 p.m. Elder Mostert pastor. P.M.Preaching A. M. and 7:31 St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. night 7:45: p.m. 'Saturday nigh the Honorable Thomas D. Baileyof

Raymond E. MacBlala 7:45 p.m.PINE. Tallahassee as the speaker.Mrs. .
Bible Study eaeh.Thursday 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud ..
I Everyone welcome., each Wednesday; 7:30 P. K.I Schedule SUNDAYS of Services TTTTVVTTTTTVTVTVTTVTTTVf cently arrived Lillie Peek for of an Texas extended re- ,- .-- .- .. ,-., --- .-' ,

I 9:45 a.m., Church School. 11r.m. visit with her brother, T. L. Gr. "A" Fla. or Ga. Dressed & Drawn Whole
LEVIL Wainwright and .
.. Morning: Prayer &: Sermon; family
6:30 p.m., Young People's Serv- Mr. and Mrs. L. ;H. Futch were i b
ice League.HOLY COMMUNION1st : by Mrs. IL 1\(. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.. of hosts last at week a party when on they Friday entertained night FRYERS 49C|

Starke i&& 'I members .
of the seventh and eighth ,
,. ,,, Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun ,
F F ,'' '' I' .
grades of the Heilbronn CUT-UP
1' day 7:30 a.m. We had a large attendance a1 t; ,schoolChan FRYERS
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor FRIDAY church Sunday with more t where they both teach. The guests Lb 53c
School classes.Mr. arrived promtly at eight o'clock,
7:30 Litany & Meditation 200 in Sunday
Jefferson and Court Streets In p.m.
The Heart of Town : and Mrs. R. L. Rhoden an d I accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. T. 0
Phones Office 234 -Pastoriura.130 8 p.m., Choir sons, Harry and Gerald, of Rai. N. Norman who assisted in en- ,'._. .. ... -, -- .., or .. .. .
P P' ." ford were recent dinner guest I tertaining. '
Church of God of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton Games were played until ten, ARMOUR'S
600 SEATS-AYAILABLE IN AIR-CONDITIONED Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng Miss Ida Merritt and Mrs. when refreshments consisting of STAR ARMOUR'S STAR LAMBSHOULDERS

Comfort for the Baccalaureate Service Sunday at 8 Worship 11 a.m. Evening Moody of New River visited Mrs,. chicken salad Ritz crackers, and

.. "" ,F, Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service H. M. McRae Saturday. fruit juices were served. Mrs.
P"F 6" I. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet Mr. and'Mrs. B, I!. McRae were Norman assisted Mrs. Futch in LAMB LEGS

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. -1:30'P.M. ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. serving. To add to the fun of the

Sunday School 9:45 A. f. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Lawtey Jackson in Starke Sunday. evening, just as the last person
Midweek Ser 'ice! Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Our deepest sympathy goes t o I was served the electric current
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serve the family of Roman Alvarez in I went off, old fashioned kerosene

ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. their bereavement. lamps were lighted, and just about

the time the eating was finishedthe Lb
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Young people present to enjoy I. .29cKINGAN'S
this pleasant affair included:
A Series Of Gerald, Norman. Rudolph Sapp,

Donald Green, Paul Starling, St.

Claire Harley, Vernon Rhoden, ,
Leon Hall; and Misses Arline -' -. --".

GOSPEL SERMONS Forsythe, Allie Mae Starling, -
Mary Sophie
Starling. Evelyn Tyler
Adkins, Betty Testone, and RELIABLE Cooked 3'/2 Ib. .


1 Services each Sunday m old Masonic --
Hall on E. Call St. Sunday Tender SlicedBEEF
School '10 a.m., Sacrament Service -

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Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service

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HAROLD DOWDY Come Let Us Reason Together 3. A welcome unto the awaits Saints.you." -Jude BUTTER 0 LEO

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TTVYYTYTTYYTYYYTYYTTYYYTBRADFORD I'I'races.They staged' 'a three-legged I Methodist Mens Club Gets Charter Brooker SchoolGraduation I above YOU are named required Court to serve and cans a copy and of

'o race, a sack race a back-to-back Set your answer or pleading to the
I complaint on nle Plaintiff
race,. a tug-of-war between the For Monday Night Attorney Evan T. Evans. 10J

HIGH F. F. A and the Hi-Y; boys, and Law Exchange Building, Jack
sonville. Florida
:v contest .
an egg throwing Graduation exercises for Brooker and file the original In the office
't. : Surely was fun for all o of the. Clerk of the Circuit Court
]A LIGHTS U S Junior High School will be ,oa or before the
.. 2} day of June, 1J5J
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held Monday night June I, at 8
I hope you noticed the Biology otherwise the allegations of sail"
By Brenda Bradford and Physics projects displayedlast #4p p.m. in the school auditorium. Complaint by you.will be taken a* confessed -

week at Ducky's and Mit Arch Thomas Jr.. Starke attor- This notice shall e published

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA chell's stores. They were the once each week for four consecutive
drug 't
nf'Yill deliver the commence- week in the Bradford County Tele
': outcome of four weeks of work 1j Geo. T. Huggins graph.
This w;ek has been. the lull ment address. By
In Mr. Cowen's classes.. Thanksto c'C Xgent Dated this !J day of May Mil.
between the storms,! so to speak, Ducky's and Mitchell's for the r t-t i... Rev. S. F. Beard. pastor of the County (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Chance A. Darby

at B. H. S. The Junior-Senior window display space. i Brooker Baptist Church will bring Agricultural Extension Service '1 By Marian L. Crosby. Deouty Circuit Court Clerk.
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Banquet and Prom souvenirs are i S S ? -. ,_ 51!' 4t '/H
in: : -: .4 the invocation, and W. T. Coram,' Friday Night-Cattle Night your stock needs, you can usually j --
now carefully packed away will.all be able to la Tilt CIrrBit C..rt Of Bradt.rdCousty
scrapbooks and thoughts are; I hope you Sermon principal, will present special Bradford Cattlemen's association assume that cattle need 8 to 10 Florida. I. ChaBccry.R. .
t attend the Baccalaureate awards. will meet at 8 p. In. Friday, May I Lemuel Hater, PLaintiff vs. Ruth
turned toward and day animal. Keep
graduation Graduation Exercises. gallons per per Hater. Defendant.
and 29, in the Courthouse. This meeting -
then,summer vacation ., will be :'- Twelve members of the ninth the trough clean. Do not let algae Case No. nn
Baccalaureate Services is for every person in the Order Of Publication AB* < Votlc
S .S held at the Baptist Church. Rev. .P, grade will receive their certifi- who owns and other forms of lower plant To \pear. State .f Florida TeL
a cow.Dr.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday _,____- S .- County Ruth R. Hafer. whose residenceand
-- cates at this time.Funeral "
the sermon. .
will deliver life in theater. experiments -
Haines : Charles Florida grow address Is: R.F.D. No. 2, Con-
have been devoted t. exams T at 8 o'clock. Dr. John S. Branscomb (renter) is seen presenting charter of the Simpson over North Carolina.You .
Service begins have been made with
-, FINAL Exams They will Methodist (en's Club to C. H. No-worthy, retiring president of, the I Agricultural Experiment Station are required to appear on ,
Graduation Exercises will be It June '2'. 1953. in the
1-4 of final j SundayFor Veterina.t1ani1l be our guest providing shade for livestock. above named \
count grades
our so
The took at Court and ,
at the Stadium. organization. presentation place a ladies night supper cause wherein plaintiff
everyone ,hag been hard at work i Friday, June 5, speaker. Dr. Simpson will talk has been found that having the seeks divorce. Bradford County Tel-
trying/ get a good 25 percent I I Doyle Connor will be the principle event in the Methodist recreation hall last Friday. Others In photoare R. Alvarez about commop disease problemsand axis of the shelter run east.and graph shall publish this Order in

".'. ., ,. S i(speaker. (I to r) G. T. Huggins, newly elected president of the club; Rev.T. ,) livestock parasites. There west given the greater advantagein next Witness four weekly my hand issues.and official

Report cards will be mailed to J' S. S S G. Mitchell, pastor of the church; and club officers: Bobby Turner, :Prominent FarmerRoman will be an opportunity to ask providing more shadow lyingto eal at Stark. Florida this May 2J.

the ,parents this year. They will I The mothers of some.. of the 'secretary-treasurer joe Andrews, 2nd vice president; anti H. K. Tyus questions. Meet us at the Court- the north of the shelter, providing 1953.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A..Darby

go out as soon as the final grades Seniors are planning a reception 1st vice president. The Methodist Men have been meeting for sometime house Friday night. more exposure to the sky. As Clerk of said Court
their close David Alvarez 77. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
have been recorded. for the graduates, but are just now becoming affiliated with the national organization farmer Brucellosis and Tuberculosis The ground temperature under Charles R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life
U. Bradford -
the prominent County -
S U frIend ; and relatives at i the cast-west shade be a 3ullding. Jacksonville .
may Fiori'ttys.
of some 5,000 clubs. The local has 41 charter members. I
The Junior Class wishes to Q u.! n..,. .'nllnwin----,'-... Graduation-. Exer- group died in a Jacksonville hospital County campaign will get .underway little lower becausethe ground is .\ for Plf, 6'i9 U e/19
Thursday, May 21, following an next"week with Dr. B. W.
U thank Mrs.: Hogan Smith for taking cises. .I shaded for a greater part of the '- '.',' _,.;r:: .;::# :';:",' ,
: ". ,- ,* Epps Pitches No-Hit Ball To CinchSoftball's illness of several months. Bigger testing your cattle for
table for day.
of i
care the punch
and T.: B. Animals will be
-It'h been fun telling you Mr. Alvarez wa&born in Brad- HEAR BETTER
the 'Prom; :Wr.- S. G. Denmark,
folks about B. H. S. during the First.l'IalI For AlvarezAlvarez ford County, March 19, 176, the tested at your request. NOTICE TO APPE.RI.
theV furniture used in
for Circuit Court, Bradford CeaatrFlorida
'f all have Owen and Letters have been mailed to OR PAY NOTHING!
decoration; and Western past year. hope you i son of the late Candacy i !. Chancery.
: this column half Alvarez. He a mem persons with their names on our L. J. Manuel Plaintiff, vs. Louise
Auto, for the use of the trellises enjoyed reading emerged winner of the the first half. Slade beat George was Manuel Defendant. 11.mum-mi tuuimir.
much as I have enjoyed writing Bland-I ber of the Pine Level Baptist list If you do not receive a let- Case
No. SS46
also. used. in the garden -scene as first half of the, county Softball 'ng 13-3 !and Alvarez '
the Student Church and was active in ter and want animals tested Settee To Appear.To .
f'2': .' it I surely hope tournament with a record of 7 Hi-Y, .also 13-3. very your .
Manuel, whose residence
"Also at that last assembly Council will appoint a Betsy wins and 1 loss through Wednes- The first game of the second its affairs until ill health forced write, phone or come see us. If : and Louise addret is: Route 1-, -
Bradford to continue informing which ended his retirement. He spent all of you have received a letter please Stoneville, North Carolina.
the Student Council presented a day night, the first half will be played tonight (Fri-
I next year < half schedule. his life near Starke. fill out the card that was withit You are hereby notified that a
arid Student '
gold key' chain a you day) at 7:30 when Lawtey meets suit tor

Council charm to Mr. Davison in And so with a' lot of fond Camp Blanding was runner-up Hi-Y, Alvarez will play Bland- Surviving are. .his wife, Mary and put Jt in the mail. Drvor. HEARING AIDS

appreciation, of the splendid job'he 1 t memories .1 bid you all adieu with a 6-2 record, and Slade was. ing at 9 o'clock. :Conner Alvarez of Starke; five We want to keep our county on has above been named filed Court against and you cause In ana the THin GIEAT MOOUSI,

has done, advising the group -Brenda Bradford. In third place with 5-3. Hi-Y Next :daughters, Mrs.' Irvin W, DuBose the accredited list by having the you are required to serve a copy of .
this with 2-6 and Lawtey with 0-8 Tuesday night's schedulewill I and Miss Mary Alvarez both of state reauiced number of cattle your answer or pleading to the complaint jell $75 .s.se..dk.l,*. ,
year.;, be HiY8 Blanding and on the Plaintiffs Attorney OMIT ****lie Hk..... \
SIS Make brought up the rear. Jacksonville, Mrs. R. D. Reddish, tested. Each of these cattle diseases Evan T. Evans, 101 Law Exchange -

At the last assembly of the Dr. Patrick To Tuesday night,: Slade defeated, Slade vs Lawtey. Starke, Mrs. E. E. Wasdm, affects persons Let us Building, Jacksonville
year-Wed. May 20th The Address At Lawtey Hi-Y 13-10 and Alvarez downed Admission to games is only 10. Waldo, and Mrs. N. L. Modling, o not neglect this program just and file the original In the office of CANOVAPHARMACY

Speech Club thoroughly entertained Lawtey 10-1 with Bill Epps pitching -, cents and larger crowds are expected Seville three sons, Charles D. of because we think we do not have the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 29 day of June.
>. the students with various School ClosingDr. a no-hitter. as the tournament enters Jacksonville, O. R. of Starke, and the disease in our animals. The 1953; otherwise the allegations of

audience participation games and Wednesday night, which ended- its second half. William R. Alvarez, Ocala; four reason our county is so low is be- said Complaint will be taken as COB-

..,. Rembert Patrick head pro- _._ _._ .u__ brothers, S. C., Britton and Rafe cause we have been testing regu- fessed This by notice you. shall be published Phone 160 StarkeFIa.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

fessor pf )history, at the University t Alvarez, all of Starke, and Colonel larly to keep it out. We have once each week for four consecutive

FILL DIRT I of Florida, will deliver the Alvarez of Ft. Pierce; one some requests but we want more. graph.weeks: in the Bradford County Tele . .

address at graduation exercisesfor SOIL CONSERVATION 4d . fl,
sister, Mrs. Martha Addlson of i No Free Serum for Hogs Dated this 27 day of May, 1953. -- -- -.
the Lawtey Junior High OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Raiford; 29 grandchildren, and State money for free serum and Clerk of
tne Circuit Court.
GOOD( RICH School tonight (Friday) at 8 N-E-W-S two great grandchildren. ] virus has been gone for several By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ATTENTION
o'clock in the school auditorium. 5/29 4t 8/18
TOPSOIL .. :: Funeral s.-vice were held in.. weeks. We have had no Information I
Certificates and awards will be By Bill Haas ____ the Pine Level Baptist Church I that there will be additional &OTICE TO APPEAR If You Have
presented by H. P. :Morgan county !. Circuit Co.rt. Bradford C...ty,
if- Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock I funds made available before July Florida IB CIa...."'. ,
I superintendent of schools, while' S. SOIL CONSERVATION
.- See with Rev. W. E.: Hall officiating. 1. We can get serum and virus Julia Stella. Plaintiff. vs. Ouyseppe PINE OR CYPRESS
the invocation will be brought by Stella. Defendant. Case S'o. SS59rtotlce
SERVICE Burial was in the family plot in through the State Livestock Sanitary To Appear.To '
BILL.JACKSOJukson Rev A. E. Massey. Conner Cemetery near Starke, Board at cost-price. Ordersare : Oulseppe Stella, whose residence TIMBER TO SELL
Hugh B. Ingram, principal announced ( with DeWitt C. Jones in chargeof made at request of swine own and address is; Via Casal-
Transfer Company nuovo, No. 79, Matera, Italy I Large or Small Tracts
of the
that 27 members
t I "We are getting the clover stated that pine trees are one of I arrangements.Pall ers and the products come C. O. Divorce
Phone 165 ninth grade will receive certificates I You are hereby notified that a
:i seed", states ,Lloyd Green, a Dis- Bradford County's biggest assets bearers were Leon Conner, D. We have the schedule of prices suit for / We Buy All

._ ..at this time. I trict Supervisor White clover is and that the smaller farmer needs Levy Norman, Lonzie Norman, and can tell you approximatelywhat has been filed against you in theAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAA t

'. one of the hardest crops to gather all the help possible in iranaging Fred Haislop, Paul Faulkner, and your cost will be when we PAY TOP PRICES I

AIVABC7' 1\Ie 's Clothing 111 seed fr m. You have to mowit the woodlands. Felix Sapp. know the average size 'of your I !,
: 'S"TO i RE- animals. We are glad to 6Write .
rake it info wind rows, and Jet give
1' Established 189-1
| it cure before you can combineit District Supervisor, J. R. WainWright 1st Sat. Edwards you more information if you desire {

says Lloyd. I used the district's fertilizer it.Shade or Call

Jim Luke, Area Engineer fort'monium distributor nitrate on to his put Argentine out am- Gets Silver Star1st and important Water factors ImportantTwo in suc- Mrs. Olga-Rita i Davison*'* B.T.TIIOMASLUMBER I

INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE the Soil Conservation Service, located |Bahia grass pasture. J, RT: credits cessful production of livestock in I MONDAY AND,THURSDAY :

and made recommendations t the good and fast establishment. of Sgt. W. R. Edwards, son of any,area is a comfortable placeto f: 3:30 P.M..-- ttSO
for the layout of ditches, to .con-|his pasture to a planned fertilizer Mr. and Mrs. B. E. (Gene) Ed- live and good supply of pure

trol the water in the fields on the'program.The water. The amount of feed an ENROLL NOW' PHONE 211-J
wards of Starke, was awardedthe
'p/'IT old place of Bradford Soil Conservation animal will eat is in direct relation PHONE 1SJ-W P. 0. Box: 735
District Cooperator N. gas that is being used by Silver Star for gallantry in to these two main factorsin STARKE, FLA.
the F. F. A. tractor to Afted 4:00 r 31.,
G. Hayes. N. G. remarked "the action in Korea at a review animal production. For an I .

RADIO way labor is, we are going to ford land Soil on Conservation the F. F. A. and District'snursery Brad- staged in his honor at Stuttgart, estimate of the. amount of water AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A. '1-. ... ----.

have to increase production on Germany recently. _

AND smaller acreage". He is planting was furnished at a discount Edwards won the medal while z BiEarl _Ur.F-. ____--. '. '-: .:---- -. '1,
by Art Ball, whose stationis
Hairy Indigo on his cropland to serving with Co. E of the 24th

-TELEVISIONSales replace the organic material that Highway located 301.three miles North on Div., 19th Regt., near Tayjon, GROCERIES

was burned up making his last I Korea. His platoon was leadingan

snflS Crop. -. A Basic Soil and Water Conservation assualt on strong enemy hill COOK" MEATS

I farm plan was preparedfor position when it met intense fire.
Roman Alvarez gave a talk at I
Service I Edwards left coVer to neturalize
and the Bradford FFA Chapter's B. C. Holtzendorf whose farmis

6 II I 6 I Ninth Annual Father and Son located out the Rowell Lake an enemy emplacement hand FEED

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE' 166 Starke, Florida (Means Banquet,to entitled Agriculture", "What. In FFA his Road. This plan..gives him the complete grenades, its enabling mission.his unit to I Phone 339-J 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North

I talk Roman stated that the FFA Soil Conservation Service recommendations Sgt. Edwards is now serving Quantity Rights ReservedTTTfTTTTyTTTTTTTTTMVMTTTTTTMTMMlTTM SPECIALS FOR FRI., SAT., MAY 29, 30
for the. best use and
boys are studying soil with AMEDS DET. 5 General
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(H \ UFJ UE"'E>"\' 1[( T-'hjX) I lion and permanent the use of soil pastures building as crops.some pasture grasses, Ben is Hospital in was Germany.made by CoL The Paul presentation Tender CHUCK STEAK or WHITE

tr l of the best ways to bring about using Argentine Bahia, Pangola, 01", Ib,
H- Brown, commanding officer 10 Ib
Pensacola Bahia. and Coastal ROAST 39C
a permanent and improved agricultural the
Craft :FOR RENT Two bedroom house hospital. POTATOES 24C
FOR SALE-In Board Correct I program in Bradford Bermuda. He plans to'plant
Atom on Kingfwy Lake. furnished. Gas range. electric refrigerator Besides the Silver Start Sgt.
ical perfect for skiing. Eeonom-l and tile bath. Inquire County. clover with the grasses where the "-
Powell or phone 47-W. Martin's Fruit Shop. tfl I land is suitable. White clover for' Edwards has the Bronze Star. I,.

-FOR QUICK SXLE. CHEAP-I'}'FOR SALE-Wanheterla doing ,between {I A soil and water conservation the lower areas and Red clover on Purple Heart, Occupation of i Fancy Red

boarding house. Other business )!60 to ,:50 per week. Cash|I farm plan was prepared on W. the higher lands will be used for Japan and Gerirany ribbons, Good Ih
calls me to another location. Contact price $.000. Contact Mrs. E. K. I|I IM. Edwards place located on the winter grazing. Conduct Medal. Korean Service F FRYERS
-owner at 11! Cherry SU Henderson. tfchg
nh..". 1W. ftp sIn I!Rowell Lake Road. He is using Ribbon. Presidential Unit Cita- 49CI TOMATOES 303ic

FOR SALE-Am retiring. you can' do FOR RENT-Unfurnished house.. InquIre .- I Pensacola .Bahia for the main Mental Health tion, and U. S. Combat Infantry-
at Bus Station
the name after a few Yl'ar.VIII i, pasture grass and Sweet lupine I man's Badge. .

Mil Harry' Snack.Bar and Tourist BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE onIllanding for winter grazing.' While lean Will Be Subject Of Large West CoastMULLET I. .
Court at Klogsley Lake, year I
Highway,. aorta side.between I I ing on the pasture gate Mitch
Has teen
round business a mon-
the two cement bridges. 1 Teacher Rites TuesdayFor
ey maker for me. will b for you nil. from Call St. bridge. stated that he was getting a little i Workshop
if you know the buslne to Mrs. Lucina )I. Wynn. Bess'ent Write' older and that he was going to I Aubrey Smith Jb 29C MEAL lbs
IM50 cash. Terms can_ be ar-. Road. Rt. 1. Box !-c. Starke. Fla. 'I Bradford County teachers, in 5 33C
,raged to responsible party. Con. plant more pastures and let the
ttchg cooperation with the State He3lth
tact Harry Ootteberg. Box 771.Starke cows do the work of gatheringthe J. Aubrey Smith. 53, of Starke
Fla. or at Harry's Place, t LET J. D ODOM. JR. Department, will begin a three-I
died Monday afternoon followinga
Blanding Road. Itchg : HANDLE TOrRCATTLR crop. .- day workshop on mental health on Small Tender SIRLOIN T-BONE
f AND HOGS long illness. He was a nativeof
WANTED-Waitress and general Monday, June 8. YELLOW ROSE .
SALES District Supervisor Clyde Cone
Bradley Ga. and lived in Ma- Ib
worker Saturday and Live ,
restaurant Oak Each
Sundays. 4 P.m. to 12 midnIght. GaIii..II. Each WH..y FridayRADIOS of Breaker: was standing watch- The health department through con before moving to Florida STEAK 59C

transportation Club.furnished. ApplyHarry'a ing sweet corn being packed when the efforts of Dr. A. Y. Covington where he was engaged in farming.He FLOUR 25'bs $1.89 :
Night Itchg
REPAIRED county health officer is
he pointed to a field of fine look. providing is survived by two brothers ,

RURAL WATKIXS ROUTE i* .*.*-All..fcle Make rhara-e-*All-..naraate..eta .d ing field corn and stated "I three consultants for the workshop. W. E. Smith of Macon, and W..H. '

available of the In beet this locality.routes. Propose This Is CHAS. C. SHEPHERD plowed under Blue Lupine in that They are Dr. Calhoun of Atlanta, Smith of Atlanta. Tender Sliced BEEF ,
lion open to man or woman. If In. '** W. Tall SL gtarke Pa. Z3I field and that corn is standing the: Ga.. Dr. Holland of Florida State Funeral services were held in

teresttd.Company,write en West The J.Peachtree R. Watkins St. WANTED--Graduate nurse 01 I(dry weather better. Clyde went University, and Mr. Vermilye of Crosby Lake Cemetery Tuesday LIVER.lb 47C

N.E. Atlanta Oa. 3tchg 1/13 licensed duty Doctors practical Clinic for HoepltaL general I Jon to say. "I've already booked the University of Florida. at 10:30 a.m. with Rev. Alton GRiTS

FOR RENT--Small furnished hnUII i i *01 W. Call St. Starke rta tf my -Blue" lupine seed for next The teachers will be glad to Dobbs officiating. Arrangementswere I S'bs 31C

on West Call St..' very nice. Rent PROTECT TOUR SECURITIES 1ea j..ij' have parents or other lay people in charge of DeWitt C.

fir reasonable.. 5)7 W. Call Mrs.St.,E.or phone J. D wltn"11J-J.. beautiful Fireproof large.Protecto heavy Security duty steel Bor.' Bradford Soil-, Conservation Dis- take part in this workshop. Jones. Swift's Pure CreamyBUTTER 1 Ib. Roii _ _ _ _ _
bos. $10.:15.plus ,tax. BradfordCounty trict cooperator, G. L. Sapp whose terrsrssprrr" -------- .. Blue Rose
HOUSE FOR SALETwostorYframe I Telegraph., tf farm is located on the Bayless I 69C
construction. 10 rooms. 2 .
batia; one small cottage OB prem FOR SALE *" x $" x 1$- Con.!'Highway at Wateroak Bridge WCT.U.
. : IMS. Good rental property if d..Ired. *. crete Mortar Block lie each. Plenty of used the District's seeder culti- .I RICE S'bs69C
and ',
Located one block from Cement. Brad.
town on E.'MadIson St. Starke. ford Engine.rjagcompany. rhoDe packer to plant Pensacola Bahia I INDIA'S RULE FOR LIQUOR
Fla. A bargain ftr cash. Ttrmscan 14. 9 tf grass seed. G. L. states that by Sugar Cured Breakfast Strip '

SJ$ be E. arranged.University Write Ave..Fred or ph'\M Guy, FOR. RENT-Furnished cottage. al preparing a good seed,bed before Here are the regulations of the Republic of India Ib
UII... (0.1\ Ut'hg flU I'nnTfnlfnt'elaree yard. clse in regarding liquor Large Box
: Also two bedroom apartments and planting he used less seed and : BACON 49C
unfurnished duplex. W H. Noll No alcoholic functions. II
FOR SALE-Norge large automatic ...'n. 201 W. Madisotr. Starke. tf got a good, stand of rass. dring served at State
electric cooking range good con-I I No liquor advertisements accepted in India-owned I _,
dition $IS> cuh. Contact ) FARM FOR SALE.-7S acres 30 inj t[, Cooperator Foster Shi Smith .
4(. State Farm newspapers.
A. Shepherd phone cultivation rest in pasture In 1
'L UP ,Hlihronn Spring section. :1. I installed a punrp which will be Elimination of all drinking- scenes from motion pic Mild Yellow DAISYCHEESE
Alvarez Gen. Del., Starke. W'I I I used for irrigation and for con-

FOR, ,.,"..RENT<..>.....-*4-room.ar ,Farmers cottage Market., ua. Ito ilS.:trolling the water on' his muck- tures. Ib
., Serving liquor on.all dining cars of trains and in refreshment 49C
Apply El Rancho MotU 1tck FOR SALE-Ten Feeder Shoats. land pasture at Hampton Lake.
vaccinated and worm treated. H-i r rooms of railways banned. t ",. ': .; l'
FOR SALE OR REV-RriHB-al<"T 4 II Lewis. Rt. 2. Box 1$2. Stark. I I P. D. Reddish. A District Co- The official direction that Diplomatic Representatives WITH COUPOOrJlHlTERWASHES
and screened porch. mMrn }
room I ttitER.Tu .
convenience 1 *c.e '...4 adi*'*' ,operator. is cleaning out the abroad substitute Fruit Juices for Cocktails at all .
chool grounds. 12 block paved FItv Rei.i'e. BlkUMa in his onthe Jacksonville Meaty Rib and Brisket BEEF iH tBltfCli[
stumps pasture j
Official Functions. !
highway In Hmnton. Fla. Lone 054 '.* lr Billet Sold SR *a.r 20C
term. Price S2.500. D. E. Knlrht..phone s. ..... a. -.- .. ..r b....'I Highway. By cleaningout Provincial of ",- ",
Ii co-operation and
117. Starke. Itchg70R P.... Sit Sa.dei-. WatchItn s/...?.' the stumps he will cut down State prohibited.The policies S STEW 29C

SALE-Chicken* for deep Ion breakage of equipment and
v !I Party Rule that Who Carries On
f-.e.*d..118"4 or"on foot. )lr.. 'YflOTLk.5Ice: lot for sale jl jlt increase his grazing area which "No Person Large Box
Sa4uwater. Rt.1.Box 144. Stark. -.r with summer cottasre. I Trade In Liquor or Is Addicted To Drink Shall\ Be Eligi- -
This I* a Mr opnortnnitv on this will pay for cleaning in the long ;
ltp wa-rfnt lake. Can be shown by ble For Election As.A Congress Delegate." WE: HAVE PLENTY OF CHANNEL I with coupon C

HOUSE FOR with SALE Completely Stark appointment.... ohon only.!!I.W.E.V.. Hayes U""O !I run.T. CATFISH SPECKLED PERCH AND V E L 1 7
furnished new furniture.J&vIng R. Connell. who farms jn THE. UNION SIGNAL., I
bedroom room.kitchen and room.bath. Box two: W.l with' "ED-C"nJtore4 r"n*,ral housework.woman to TMephone help.I I the Hampton section. was discussing January 24th, 1953. TURTLE.

17!. Stark. 2tj> $/$ Farm I .
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: : ; Loube Y Rusha, Car ,
.t' ff ,Adkins Beverly ; May
Secretary-Treasurer ___ .-------__________ Patsy Kucera Alvarez, Coy Lee .. J : .. J' .Russ Ernestine

t .. .., 'S I r j Ah-arez'Earl Leslie :.,/.. ; .1/ti-:. ._ Sapp, John ,Bennie

Alvarez, Owen Rufus Jr. '. s t. .'.' : Scholl Gladys Adele

... Alvarez, Sylvia Patricia ': ..... ; \. .. i "Searle, Chester. Earnest .. .. A
! ". -- Aspinwall. Oliver Hall, Jr. .:t-:? -. -" Shaw, Eugene FraziereBrookins

Era'Yvonne '. Smith, Frances .
its Cannon Beulahvieve Green Judith Cl ire. Kelly, John David, Starling, Bootsie Teddough '
..The Road Ahead
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Iris MellanieC Green. James A. King. :, Josephine ElizrbethKucera Starling, Jam's Edward i-- .
and for
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, ey, Jewel Strickland Green Phoebe Maxine Patricia Carol. Stokes, Naomi \
Coftway. Charles Kenneth Griffis. Hazel: Jeanette '", ;:" Lewis, Joanne Patray Strickland, Marjorie Sylvia your energy and enterprise.\.
Conway, Lacy Frederick 'Griffis, Jeanette Claire Lawson, Alice Louise Tanner, Norma Jacqueline --S "\. :w;; j> 4

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Hazel Be J trice Norm a. Bcgai" .McGee, Ode DanielMcRae Thomas, Audrey Josephine I : Ct k Vi
Cressler, Myrtle Anne Harrell, Patricia Yvonne Shirley Yvonne Thomas, Susie Ellouise t o*
t Crews, Jonnie Frances Harper, Raymon Arlen Martin, Randall .
Leroy Tyus Howard
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-. : Hazen Mary Frances ..Merrit, Ralph Franklin Varnes, William Grady
' Crosby Elaine Hearst. Nancy Mae 'Nettles, Daniel Elbert Warner, Nina M y ;.C
Dodd, William I
t Hinson Peggy Montez 1 ,
Parker Doris
Virgin i Weldon William' Albert .
1 Dukes, Velmane Horne. Jamtts\vag er_ *r Parrish, Wallace..'. Wiggins, Robert Alva ns.r
/d / /6e4tir7fcadats Durban Betty Mule Hutcheson Aaron Andrew. Prevatt, *Edwin Eugene Williams, James Avery_ .
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: Jacqueline Johns, Louise Raborn, Betty Jean Williams, James Franklin
Futch, Melvin Benton Kopelousos, John George Reddish Alice :
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Gay, Gerald Thomas Kelly, Carolyn Yvonne Reddish Keith Carmich'el: Winkler .Edw"rd Wiley Western Auto Associate Store
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bring you happiness.Starke WELL DONE : USHERS
Wayne Doug'as Marion Harrington Agnes LawsonC. # e r :a. 4X ) "
.. Motor Court I GRADUATESBradford W. Slade '' Martha Landrum Marl n Henderson
... Mike Clark Kathryn.. Kelly,
Guy Andrews

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fh... .' I, JuJy Green, _leave my ability I,. Keith Reddish, leave my I
- to get away with murder to Ann I ability to get along with the
. Johns. teachers to Archie Carmichael.I .

: J. Boots! Stalling, leave mymassive Frances Smith, leave my delicate -
frame to Wayne Ed: << personality to Fay Paulk.
wards. X Randall Martin leave my lI11LI!! $
f ,I, James Starling,; leave my darling legs to Paul Rivers.
method of getting AV in agriculture I. Velmarie Dukes, leave my
r to Vernon .Teston.'I pleasant smile to C. W. Slade.
Betty Durban, leave my ,1, Jimmie Green, leave my ability ;
speed In' typing to Wayne Mat- to get along with Mr. Deitz to 4

. chetUI. Bo Knight.I '
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Delano Thomas leave the 'Aaron, Hutcheson, leave to U

!road, between XmgiJcy and Ned Pringley. my ,ability to learn --' : t Gradsof'53
Green Cove lo Happy CJhy.Ik physics.. : st
Kenneth .Tyrus leave the I. Hazel .Crawford I' just lea e. l a. (
.Clce ,Club to Richuii Henderson.I I, Wallace Parrish, will my ___ t We offer ouis
J. /i; Cressler, leave RichardEuan ability to stay out late to Doyle I
Sob !Jb. Roberts.I *_Sincere
I..' Bobby Wiggi.i*. leave, to Naomi Stokes, will my love i
4 jjnnald; Patray, 1.1=' ability to for" sport to Jpne Stokes. .
sleep-in. class and get away'with > I, Ed Teston', will my love forbaseball
*' to Thomas Moore. c :
L ?Beulahvieve. Cannon leave I. Doris Parker, leave my ability j ji )
jny shorthand speed to Miss to sleep In Miss Rosenberg's5th
Rosenberg to be used ,next year.jf period class to Joyce Morean. r
James Williams, leave B. H I. Owen Alvarez, will my abilityto ,
k for the Army.J not have a'girl friend to Ben
j -Phoebe Green leave my seat ny McRae.
in,study hall to Loretta Kelly. I. Bettv Sullivan leave to Ona 'c
:UI,, Jewel Casey, leave my 'seat! Stern. my outstanding ability to
In study hall to Lavonia; Hodges.i win Felix and influence Father.I. .
"I Avery Williams, leave my I Billy Weldon. leave my abili-
F. F. &. jacket .'to the moths. I tv to set alone with Mr. Sprow to i
I. Hazel Griffis,leave my typing Robert Manning.. 'S
Speed to Deloris Gainey L Betty Crawford, leave my
J I, Arthur Winkler, leave my ability to do shorthandto Jeanette
to Shorty _' Starke Fla.
many love problems Blount. ,
Norman.- I I L Gene Shaw leave my under- ,

. I. ,Coy' Alvarez, leave my good standing ways with Coaches Hobbs
: looks to: Vernon Prevatt. and Hazelwood to Tommy Slade.
Lbrawn; Shirley McRae, leave my I. Yvonne Brookins, leaveB.
eyes to Mary Julia Futch. H. S. to get married on June
j 1. I, Chester Searle, leave B. H. 7th.I. my position as Senior Sponsor to Thank YouGRADUATES
S., bound for the U. S. Navy.I Johnnie Kopelousos, will my Pam Lawson. Program ;LA&AT I
I ,'Benton Fetch will my abilityto long, blond curls to Jimmie Red I, Iris dough, will my bowlegged -
:,make "good grades to A. Q. dish.I walk .and tongue-tied- ',.
Smith. Ellouise Thomas, just leave. to'Brenda Starr. Graduation Exercisesof "- _-: OF 1953
; L Josephine Thomas, leave my I, Sylvia Alvarez, leave my I
J, Ocie McGee, leave my fresh- -
three years in Home EC to Art ability to keep up in typing to ,
'men fan club to whoever wilt .. .
: menta RocersI Mary Ella Alvarez. <( Our .Handclasp On
I. Ronnie McClellan. leave my I. Josephine'King, will my Beta [carry on. .i ', Bradford High School ',
, tense of humor to Tommy GilL pin' to Shirley Rosier. I| I, Adele Scholl, leave my' .lo.'efor ,..,- ; Your Graduation

. 1,. Marjorie Strickland, leave I, Jackie Dyal leave, my position t art to Frances Dodd. : "-.,- FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1953 --4 Best of Luck -I
Ruth Glisson'l straight A's in as manager of the Girls We. J. B. Sapp Lamar Crosby, -
shorthand to Kathryn Kelly. I Basketball Team to Pauline Gay.I .I and Dizzy Bill. Dodd, as Southern MEMORIAL STADIUMSelections T
couldn't: use them'myself. Jennie Frances Crews, leave 'II gentlemen, leave. our souihtii* ; : ,. P I I ,
I drawls to John Jlorden our plan

tickets for yankee land to all yam '**jjjj;' Bradford High School Band Lawson's Cold Storage & Market (
dankees, our ability to-control the .
South to Wayne Douglas, ana Invocation ""-J&? Rev. D. G Weldon .

many happy New Years eats. to Nocturne t Glee Club f' '" ." '" ',. .., I" ." .1
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Jeannette Griffis, leave my Speaker, Hon. Doyle E. Conner j
loud mouth to Marceline Prevatt.I State Representative, Bradford CountyYou'll
Lucille Hall, leave my abilityto !:; S
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write love letters in class without '

being caught, to Peggy Dyal.I Presentation of Awards Chas. S. Partin a a_ ,.x
Alvarez leave counterfeit .
Earl my Supervising Principal %
money to Mrs. Jones. [ '
I Presentation, of Diplomas H.:P. Morgan
I, Mary Frances Hazen, leave $ 1
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my position as captain of the '
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The community Grads. of 153 -_ Crosby. t :

I, Kenneth Conway: leave my .

salutes YOU. Good luck and' ability to stay in class toMike .. ,
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Nancy Hearst, leave the I ,f' I '" I"I Of
{;'11 toothpicks used to hold my eyes W e WIS 0
rr-t open in physics class to Janice '
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to Ben North.I .

Kelly, leave proudly "
Carolyn su ccess.
with my diamond. ht f

I, Edwin Prevatt, leave "my t

ability to get to school on time s to I =t
:Marion Harrington,

I, Gerald Gay, leave'my abilityto 0'1 es. l lO
skip school and getaway withit
to Charles Kelly.I Denmark Furniture Co.Starke .
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Carole Rusha, leave memoriesof ,," There I
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.'.?, '"...". I, Raymond Harper, leave my ,'g.J'1 ,. -. I
caricatures of the teachers at Gsad 0 i Best of luck.
B. H. S. to the-hall of fame.I success.

Ralph Merritt, leave my abili- always.Andrews __
ty to get white slips to Jimmie .GUIDON GRILL 0
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Louise Adkins. leave. my NEW METHOD Starke, 'Fla. Starke, Fla. 1
ability to go with different boys CLEANERS 0
from different counties, to Nancy !
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quiet lady-like manners- to Jackie I. COMPLIMENTS
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-, Davison's study hall with pleasure.

.YpiiveDone J I, Yvonne Harrell leave my per-
: sonality fo Freida Green. :
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red hair to Jimmie Cole. :

It. : : I, Grady* Vases I just leave, bythe 'Y OF )
skin of my teeth. d
I, Elaine Crosby, leave'my
shyness to Agnes Lawson

I, Louise Johns, leave my abili-
4j/955I: ( ty .to go steady to Lucille McRae. Good luck go with you!, W ELL (QfltjralulallfIS

... I. Delmar Williamson will my 10 you of'33
ability to get along with Mr. I 0 [

.. Deitz to Ted Edwards. O..H A troubled world .
I Patsy Kucera, leave my seat 4 r "
on the basketball bench to Marcia your energy der11nsfr ted
< and with your -well-earned Kay-Hazen. allwish and ideas. Good luck. You have -S."
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I, David Kelly just leave dear .

diplomas goes our : old Bradford High (gladly). you the ability of youth.

.. I, Jackie Tanner, just leave {
with EalL "the very best" "> :}{
congratulations. to try succ ss.
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sincere I, Oliver Aspinwall. leave to- v '
Russell Crosby, my height and Central Florida 1",
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: ; ability to play basketball. w ': Dave Paulk*
H. C.' Wo// Agency .
I, Aliese'Lawsonl will my place Gas & Appliance Co. ""
4 General Insurance ... in the Glee Club to Gladys Bundy. Starke Taxi ServicePhone ..- DO_ LING. ..s, Land.Gearing-L.: Grading 3

Starke; Fl*. 1, Jamea Home, leave my brainsto 150 Starke,' Fla. .:Auto Sales, Inc.' Phone 308-J Starke, rIa.A&&A&.A..
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