Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03225
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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1 tIIrr $80,000 Issue

# The City Council in a called meeting late Wednesday

afternoon, voted to accept the bid of Hassett-Xeu Company
". of Des Moines, Iowa for $80,000 utilities
.t.. 1 .rnrys: revenue bonds to
'.b.:., : a,, be sold by the city for the purpose of financing additional
: paving and improvements to city streets.
% '' For the bonds, which -
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t \CSyr 0::.< : /, 'the years 1955 to 1973, inclusive, i city on the $40,000 issue to be
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; the company entered a bid of par floated for the purpose of extending
: and accured interest plus a prem- sewer and water lines. However
: Ideal ium Of $225 for 4 per cent bonds, this issue is secured by receipts -

&._ giving an effective interest rate from the city power plant

A flourishing pepper has brought late season_ activity to the Close-up view shows pepper auction In progress. From left to .Bob Turner, well known buyer who arrived in time for the first of !.96 per cent. and the bond attorneys believethe

fiLifca State Farmers !Market Tracks piled high with pepper are right: Bayer David Browning Market Manager M. B. Judd, and BuJ-i: com and has remained for the pepper deal is pictured above with Although the Hassett-Nen bid difficulty.issue can be sold without
: was the
l amdmg. at left while hampers of peas are stacked at right. Buyers era Luther Billiard,. Forrest Willingham, and Leon Norman. Bayer..a tub of fancy pepper grown by Mack Lennon, industrious Negro tit l' on the only issue one, it received by the The $80.000 issue is secured by
at center r.gather around to Inspect each new load of pepper. interest In pepper U keen here this season. farmer. Turner is owner of grading belt in .background. advice of Freeman, Richardson acceptedon receipts from the city's utilities

&i; Watson, tax.

r Pepper Scores A Hit In Otherwise Dull Season firm orneys bonding representing pointed negotiations.Jacksonville the to city the The. in recent law"the at. Registration Set

..v tightening up of the bond market
Bell pepper, which a few years i safes were reported as $16,249.50for Growers And Buyers See Good ttis surplus pepper will mean J36.00. and the general hiking of interest
1 ago was on the outer fringe of 7.850 tubs. By 1951 pepper just that much additional revenue Activity at the Brooker market, rates, and stated that any bid of For Referendum
had risen to fourth place in the f: the grower after the fresh vhich got under way earlier thanit four per cent interest
Bradford County money" producers, Bradford County vegetable line Possibilities In Up And Coming market dwindles. It is expectedthat Starke, has practically ceased considered favorable by or them.less was ,

i( zipld1y. entering-\the "big ,league' up, outranked only by the big this operation will prolongthe for the season, Manager R. N. The attorneys will proceed with On City LimitsThe

*ef vegetable crops here. three: strawberries, corn, and to- Deal For Bradford County I pepper deal here for at least Beville said yesterday. Only the validation of the issue and its
la fact, in this season that has I bacco. That year pepper grossedan 1 another two weeks. rome 50 crates of produce are nowbeing believed that it will be early

..... run the gamut; of bad 'weather estimated 4296000. The i During the week ending Saturday handled there daily. Bevilleis fall before the city will be ready mechanics for holding a
increase continued in 1952 adopt a standard pack instead of lingha'n of Cerniglia Produce Co.. his season's report to
steady now preparing
June 13, the Starke market proceed with paving referendum vote
from too wet to projects on the extension
conditions .
"field run". Dealers to Atlanta and Leon
Norman local
when sales the Starke selling ; and will release it for
pepper on reported grosS' sales of $26,969.00for publication financed by the bonds. It has not of the city limits of Starke will
too ,dry pepper will supply whom the is shipped wantto buyer.
and Brooker markets reported at pepper at date.
an early been
6,674 packages of vegetables announced which streets w 111be be set in orotion July 1 when
'J many a Bradford farmer with the $53,540.; So far in 1953 sales at be assured of a definite gradeso Market Manager M. R. Judd as. follows: The Starke office of S. A. L. paved first, but is considered books will be opened at the city

; bong green" "'with which to re the Starke market alone have they will know do not what like they to buy are has announced that two additional Pepper 4,911 tubs, range $2.50. Railway reports that only 21 carloads likely that several long stretches, hall for the registration of voters

coup his losses on strawberries topped this figure totaling unclassified getting. They and will not buyers will start operating here to $6.40. avg.V $!.50, revenue of produce were handledhere such as Lafayette and Water residing within the affected area.
and. sweet corn. 5451855. With anotherweek! pepper for it the next week, offering to buy "reds" $22,099.50.. this season as compared Streets, will be<<, high on the priority The books will remain open until
much buyers
has steadily or so yet to go, pepper revenue pay and "chocolate" pepper that with 93 last The cut list.
In' years pepper Corn, 967 crates, $2.50 average, cars year. I noon Saturday, August 8.
climbed as a source of revenue this season should easily pass say.The which has remained on the bush revenue $2,417.50. in yield due to drought, is believedto No bids were received by the (Continued on page 10))
until this season it may outstripthe $80,000 -may go even higher. keen interest in pepper this long enough to lose its green color account for the lesser rail
hard-hit strawberry crop and Buyers and growers alike are season is evident by the numberof and is unsuitable for the fresh Peas 472 hampers, $3.25 average movement.

might even outrank corn, whose enthusiastic over the flourishing buyers' now operating on the market. This pepper will be used'n revenue $1,534.00.
;, Lima beans, 207 hampers, $3.50 Around 50 carloads of watermelons HERCULES SHOP IS SHAPING UP I
the manufacture of relishes bya
yield was cut 50 per cent or more pepper'deal here and see splendid Starke market. These include have been shipped from
average revenue $724.50.
by spring drought. opportunities for expansion in the Bob Turner of Plant City; O. W. South Florida food company.

In. 1949 pepper handled at the future. Buyers say the continued !Hodges Plant City; L. R. Morris, Although this type of pepper will Eggplant, 105 crates, $1.50 Brooker, but a large percentageof ,,' ... ,
'11'Starke market brought. growers success of the deal win be assured !Columbia S. C.; Alex Simons, bring a low price, these buyers |average, $157.50. the crop was roved by trucks $1t..t;;>:t0'f:<.t.- dtL, ;>.'1ii.:.!,,>{:){\. : : i

$5,249.50 for 1.993 tubs. The 1950 if growers can be induced to New Smyrna Beach"; Forest Wil- will furnish tubs, and the sale of| Tomatoes 12 crates, $3 average from the field.Negro !' {fi$11i....V #. W. !.:,, .""" '>>: '"$; ,:.:

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The Bradford County Hospital $8.000 mor$, than: the $32,000 received Federal grant, the county's shareof the Hospital Corporation is assure H ld-up Victim
I would be ed of at least two more "lush" .
Corporation will benefit from an last year -- and there is a $350,000 hospital
unexpected windfall,'estiinated at one more', small payment yet to only $122,500. years. ; m/i
around $19,000 annually due to 'come. Thet llund. in two years, Unless the special act creatingthe In the meanwhile the two county V V Lillie Mae Burch, middleaged ;k.;VV V V; :

an Increase in the State's take has already zoomed to $72,000, Bradford Hospital Corporation boards (CommL sioners and Negro housewife was held up at

from dog track profits authorized which is salted away in the FlorIda is changed by a future Legislature Public Instruction- ) :!iI ''probably.'- ry knife ,pointshortly .after noonMonday
:- by.'the 1953 .L :tslatut'e. Bank'.at StarKe. .. ......;.J.JIf ll ,, the local trustees will go be looking with longing eyes at and relieved of some $71
A 1951 act, creating the Bradford racing funds continue to on receiving: all in excess of that forthcoming dog tra'ck in cash by two unidentified Negro

Hospital Corporation providesthat flourish next year, it is possible $80,000 in racing revenue ad in- $19,000 (estimated) which no one men City light crew is pictured above installing transformer at the
all racing funds received by that including the dog track Increase finitum. It is considered like- foresaw soon enough to get a The colored woman had just site of the new Hercules Powder Co. maintenance shop on Alton Road.
the county in excess of $80,000 the hospital corporation ly, however, that once the hospitalis special act through the 1953 ses <, ,> cashed her monthly welfare checkat
The shop, which is beingmoved here from Waycross. Ga.. Is now
annually shall go for the construction I will receive around $60,000, bring built, the Board of County Commissioners sion diverting it from hospital The bank and was walking
,arid\ maintenance of a local ing the total in three years and the Board of purposes., along new Blanding road to the about 60 percent complete. It will be for the maintenance of equipment

hospital. Few persons, however, to more than. $130,000, several Public Instruction, who heretoforehad Selection of a site was still the Florida Power & Light Co. office used by the company's Woods Department.
foresaw that the increase in racing thousand dollars more than the divided Bradford's racing main item: of business before the t.M where she intended to pay her bilL -- r
funds would cause mroney to rollinto I 1 county's share of the construction revenue 5050ill. take steps .to hospital trustees as they met he She, said that she noticed the two II I I
the hospital coffers quite as I I cost of a proposed $350.000 channel some of the excess funds Thursday night Whether or ret men behind her but thought they .*
rapidly as it is doing. !(hospital. back into the county's coffers. a definite decision was reached were merely walking along theroad.

So far this year the Hospital I Since 65:: per cent of the construction However, since the Legislaturedoes this meeting was not,known at .
I press time. Just before she reached Alligator
Board has received $40,000, __ cost will be paid by not meet again until 1955,
The two sites under consideration Creek bridge, the two men
are a four-acre tract of theJ. caught up with her, seized her
Portraits Of Sen. Johns And Brother Hung In Senate \V. White estate on Pratt St., arms, and one of them drew a r

at a reported price of $8,000, and Rp.v. W.' G. Cofield pastor of long-Waded pocket knife (des-
another four-acre tract on new'I the Lake Butler Methodist Churchfor I tribes by Lillie Mae as a "shiv- 'f'M

Blanding road, belonging to L. G. the past two and a half years, vy"). The woman was earring
Powell at a reported. price of has been named resident chaplainof her light bill and the, money i in
6000. the F'lorid State Prison and her hand, and the men threatenedher w

V : :d It is believed that the board is assumed his new duties there ........-life.. ,unless she. .handed.. -. over
pretty well split on the site selec- Thursday. The appointment was wnai s in your nana" She gave n -
tion issue, and the decision whent announced by Bishop John Brans. them the money and they left, returning I Two of the smaller building (one at center, one at far right are

>ca y, g a.i !. comes, Is expected to be a close comb at the Florida Conference toward town in the general .- pictured as they rolled into the site from Waycross.
i a one. Most of the out of town of Methodist Churches last week. direction of the ice plant.
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()i advisors, called in to consult with Chaplain Cofield succeeds Rev. Lillie Mae headed that way also .

.i 4 flU the trustees on the matter, are Leslie A. Shepherd who has served and when she reached the ice :?i'.:;. 'N 1 p .
said to have favored the Pratt as resident prison chaplain since plant she telephoned the city po ; _:. t 4VYV .
O Street site due to its 1940.. The lice. The sheriffs -+ } ..
central young jrinister: receiv- office was in .. ..- '. .
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location in the city and the fact ed his BD degree from, Asbury turn notified and a search begunfor i.. :' ;',;.:.,. ", .
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} : that it is near a main highwayand Theological Seminary Wilmore. the two strange men. Two men <';;... ':-:'" <"<<. :. .-
on the west side of the rail Ky. in 1951. Before that he were taken into custody severalhours L t'N

road, where the bulk of the popu 1,graduated from Alabama Poly- later but were soon re-
lation is. technical, and while there served leased when the woman failed to r 'R4 H f zq
1 4'4Mr4 In their surveys of the locations, I I lin the North Alabama Conference. identify them as' the ones who

engineers found that the White;Lake Butler was his first pasto- held her up.According C: h
property was ten feet higher abovsea carafe' since graduating from the to Lillie Mae's description -
level than the Powell property. 'i seminary. one of the men was tall

3, ,cQ > I I The new pastor is married and !and slender, about 45 years old.
Beauty i has one foster son. The had two
I Operators familymoved gold crowns on his upper -
t. i I to the State Farm Thurs front teeth, was bareheaded
i Form Local Unit day, Rev.
Cofield has been doing !and wore a dark colored checked A huge crane lifts the small buildings and deposits them on their
Of National GroupA I I i mission work at the prison for theI shirt. His right leg was crippled new foundations.
I past year. causing him to limp slightly.The .
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tri-county unit of the Na- other fan was of stocky -.-
'tional Hairdres....rs And Cosmo- Swvannee tore build, about 50 years old, and ,
: 1|tologists Association was organiZed .l( wore a tan shirt and a white

-.- ; _.:... { here Thursday night of last i 1 To Open Soon straw hat.Puerto.
I week-at a meeting held at the
Senate President Charley E. Johns of Starke 18 pictured above with paintings of himself and home I of Mrs. Harold. Hazelwood. I Rico
his late brother Sen. Markley Johns who dIed after his election as Senate president in 1933, I' Officers elected at this time l'! A unit of Suwannee Stores will

but before he had an opportunity to serve In this rapacity. The paintings were placed on were: President, Leon Hazelwood;' i be opened around the first of July At Rotary Club I

the Senate walls In a traditional ceremony during the recent he sion. They were added to 1st Vice President, Dorrie Mc Lead 1 j in the building on West Call St.

the,gallery of paintings of Senate Presidents which are dUplajed in the chamber. The por- Lake Butler; Secretary, Edna[|former home of Darby Bros. g ro-- An interesting program on ,
Wells; Treasurer, Lucille Alvareznd |eery. Puerto Rico and Cuba was presented
traits of Senator John and his brother ;
were' painted by Sheldon of Jacksonville and i
Bryan '\ Director Pat Fraher. Keystone [ The local store will be pperated at the Rotary Club Wed
New York.
Heights. Eleven charter I by Cecil L. Douglas who has been nesday with Larry Gibson in
(associated with the meat depart- charge. After the showing of
J. A. Bouvier Rites I Junior Ball Club I Humphreys Picnic members joined the organizationat 'I f merit at Cook's Grocery for sev- film strip scenes in color of
To this time. It will include beauty 1[;era! years. Puerto Rico, Mr. and Mrs. R. O.

Held Thursday i Loses Close OneThe Be At BlandingOn operators In Bradford. Union, Mr. Douglas states that the new Davison members of the BHS

I 4th Of July and Clay Counties.Mrs. I store will handle a full line ofgroceries faculty described the islands,
Friends here will regret to learn current edition of the and meats based on their observation during
Hazelwood stated that the as well as
of the death of J. A. BoU\1er,1 American Legion Junior Baseball Humphreys Gold Corporationwill some dry goods items. visits and residence there.
long time employe and resident of: turn played a good game but lost hold its annual Fourth of chartering of a unit here means I In spite of having a few very
at by one point to Gainesville on July picnic at Kingsley Lake this that operators In the three counties wealthy people, Puerto Rico is
the State Farm in a hospital j i Fishing LicensesReceived
the local diamond Tuesday night. year. The new site for this outing can have their own hairstyle still ridden by poverty and the
Miami Springs on Tuesday. He The final
score was 10-9. will_be one-half mile south of shows rather than having to By Judge vast majority of people there live
had been ill for some time. Akridge pitched the entire
the Enlisted Men's Club in the exhibit at shows in other cities.She in i conditions that are seldom seen
Funeral services were held in game for Starke his first time to County Judge T. A. Yawn announced Polaroid 1'Uinut Photos by the Ttlt apb-
Evergreen Cemetery Jacksonville, go the whole way. Gus Kope- Camp Blanding reservation.. stated that the first show yesterday that he had received In this country. The rapidly increasing Steel structure of the main machine shop building !0x80 feet,
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. louws gave a good account of Games swimming, contests and sponsored by the new unit wCJ: a supply of 1953-54 fishing population of the small : is shown above.
himself at bit. scoring three runs. jeep rides will be provided during be held this falL licenses and is
ready to Issuethem island also
Beside his widow, he is survived presents a problem From 12 to 15 additional Hercules workers will be brought to
The team played High Springs the day for employees their wives' Officers from the Gainesville upon request.
by two sons, John and Marshall here: Thursday eight but score The licenses causing overcrowding and resulting Starke to staff'the shop.The company which is engaged in a pine
Bouvier. of Miami and a was- not known at press time. and guests. unit helped organize the C. B. U. to pending legislation were in delayed the State due unsanitary conditions. stump harvesting operation in Southeast Georgia and Florida, already

daughter. Mrs. Cecil McRa of' Harold Hazelwood is coachingthe Refreshments of ice cream hot Unit here. Legislature which made .it impossible The- new song leader of the has 22 employes residing in this city. Most of the men will arrive

Mclntoab team this year,.and J. O. Gay dogs, and cold drinks will be provided Meetings.'AiIl be held oa the to print them until -after club, George Huggins, led a here next week to assist. in the final stagesof. setting up equipment lain

:., '4 Legion.baaeba)1. ,.. chairman.. by the company;: third Tuesday-.' in each month. the close of the;5t SS OD. spirited round of group singing. < the new shop. .

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f % -- .. TTYYYVYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYTY ..TT..TTTTT..TT.TTT.TTT.Keystone building dedicated next Sundayat .-last-- few days have done I t
; BRADFORD E. L MATTHEWS 1 wonders I make it any worse! So if any
: 2:30 p. m. At this time all for the. crops. 'Bud had two good
one wants
the of
job working on
COUNTY EDITOR Heights LONG BRANCH services will be over at all the pickings of peas last week, butit i this I
; piano we want to
i see
other churches and any and all looks like this is about the you
t TELEGRAPH VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER by Sirs. Robert JacksonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA by Mrs. J. L. Strickland who wish can attend. finish of this pea patch. right away. I have searched the 1

ir.Ft/ .-e ,. : I The morning message at Long Our poor old piano had pulled papers for someone's ad and I
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& && && & Branch on June 21, is to be delivered of the found none. Wonder who will
\ Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan Last Friday morning "Miss I by J. L. Strickland. Incase forward, has been like this come to our rescue? I
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Jr left Monday for two weeks conditions at home prevent
L vacation. They will visit their Lillie" Wilkinson and two'of the for-well, a long time. Jim and I
the Aet of March 3, 1879. his attending: Bro. Sheetzill I Recent BirthMr.
parents in New, Jersey and Dela- Lang boys, Clarence and Tommy, deliver the message, time 11 I decided we would put it back to- ,

t MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ware. went huckleberry picking. They o'clock, there will be lunch on the i gether, and we did! Bored holes ,and Mrs. John H. Mixon
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Siprellewere rambled all around, found plentyof grounds but it is requested that through and bolted it together announce the birth of a daughter

weekend guests of the Bob berries and were borne by 11 sandwiches instead of an elaborate again, there is no crack where Inez Elizabeth on June 11 in
The Possibilities Pepper Look Good I Spencers at their home "Bug dinner, be brought so all who wish:I there was one and no tune in the Alachua General Hospital.
; o'clock-the time set for the
Tussle, on the New Berlin Road boysto
can eat their lunch and get to
was ouf of tune before
It is fine to see our farmers hitting the per deal here is to realize its full possibilities, I in Jacksonville. be back home. Miss Lillie visited the services at the mission. As this but-well, did you ever heara 'wwwwa. YTTYYYYYYYYYYYT i
jackpot on at least one crop after a seriesof growers must recognize the importance of Friends will regret to learn that the rest of the day, calling' on we know, this is Father's Day bunch of children with a bunchof ii
Mrs A. B. Watson is in Riverside us late in the afternoon and having and we should all revere our
with most spring putting standard pack. Distributors in tin
bitter disappointments up a pans, old buckets and any
',- vegetables this year, due to one of the most the northern and eastern markets want to hospital quite ill. to wait for the the rain to fathers the best we can by at- old thing they could make a noise iI
Members of the Catholic Club so she could homeandthen I
stop go tending services somewhere. All
unfavorable growing seasons on record. know exactly what kind of product they are on-just banging away? Well that V
,are meeting every Thursday to went home in the rain! Miss of us cannot be able to attend Z
which most of used to thinkof getting and without standardizing the pack, was harmony compared to the
Bell pepper, us sew for the Bazaar. Other preparations Lillie and the boys both like to i services but we can remember our d
only as a rather unimportant, ingredientof it is impossible to give them this information.Yes are in progress for this ramble the woods and I want to dear fathers and pray to the same noise this I get now when I try to

potato salad,' is no longer an item to be the pepper deal is the one bright spotin popular event, schedule for July assure you you have to be a pretty Lord they served, even if we; can hoping play we piano.can find So a now tuner we who are I
taken lightly. In fact, it will literally "save the local farm picture this season. Too 18. good traveler and woodsman to not visit the church with them or will come and do something for
the day", this season for many a Bradford much rain at the time of planting, and too : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brannon out do her, even if she is the visit their last resting place. this poor old beat up piano! If II
County farmer, pulling him out of the red little rain during the growing season took a spend: the weekend here. They oldest: woman-except my mother Some folks were here last some one. doesn't come to our

and into the black in spite of losses, or near fifty per cent or more'toll of corn, cucumbers, left Monday for Washington -. in this part of the woods. I week hunting potato vines, were rescue right away I will have to I
where they will visit the E. R. could not keep with her
ni e up
t losses, on strawberries and sweet corn watermelons, peas, beans, and other vege- rowns. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sip- and would not try. We did enjoy told to come back the next day turn piano tuner too, I suppose.
It seems that folks in the North and Midwest tables. In fact, we never cease to be amazedat relle are present guests of' the her little visit. when they could be told if Bud At least I can try it, I sure can't t
their seriously thane the wonderful spirit with which the farmer Wilkinson had sold his vines. At '
take Browns; .
pepper more Mrs. Siprelle's parents.A Rev. E. P, Sheetz was callingon Planning A Trip?
A it in meets adversities that would that time we hadn't enough to
Southerners. They use not only cause manya large crowd of excited children some-of the, members of Long I II
salads, but stuff it for baking with various businessman to give up and call it quits. met in the park Monday for Branch Sunday afternoon. We pay have anyone now. to The take folks them failed, but we to Let Us Thoroughly BE SURE to consider this:
kinds of mixtures, and there is always a brisk We have seen farmers lose thousands of dollars the opening of the, recreation pro- trick ands were included in these
while the
come back and Bud and Jim both you're away, lug.
demand for it at this time of the year. Then' overnight as a result of freeze, flood, or gram. calls and we enjoyed his visit have loads of vines now and they Wash Your Clothes gage, clothing, sports equip-
of relishes and drought. We have talked with them after- The Leslie McCleUans announce much and invited him to
too, the makers pickle products : very say "first come, first served". ment and other belonging
are eager to obtain the "red" and"chocolate" ward, expecting every time to find them i the arrival of a daughter, come again.We. .. The land here was too dry ,last 9 Pounds take with ;be*
Deborah Lynn, born June 1. Mrs. informed that the Ebe- you you may
pepper that has lost its green despondent and discouraged but such is are week to set vines and we thought
McClellan and For 40c! lost, stolen or destroyed.
will be
baby Mission organizedinto ,
are staying nezer
color and is no longer suitable for the fresh Iot the case. Almost without exception they i probably this was the reason the
with her mother Mrs. the church
Arthur church .and
market. manage to laugh it off and accept the disaster Ruscher. men didn't come back to get the FREE Bleach If Desired!
vines. But our land is plenty wet Ave. When traveling;, you need a
Growers and buyers _see fine possibilitiesfor as all in the day's work. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Elliott have Mrs. John C. Bird appearing in now, the rains we have had the Temple Stark Personal Effects policy Ask
further development and expansion of, This splendid spirit was recently well moved into their home on Crystal one of the Sunday daily papers.
about this broad wherever-
Birds, one-tirre residents of @ us ,
summed in the following paragraph froman The
the deal in Bradford County From up
pepper lake.The
I Nick Bursons have Keystone have been employed by WILL PAY CASH you-go protection.
the standpoint of the grower it has many article published by the Agricultural Extension as their the Department of the Army on We Will
Service I guesj; Ann Steffens, from, Michigan -
advantages over a troublesome crop such as : Okinawa since 1948. Mr. Birdis TIMBER
strawberries. The plant itself is ,hardy and "Doing the best one can after reverses, of I The, who John, is Dyes:Mrs. of Burson's Fort Lauder-sister. with the safety' engineers ,on For Saw Dry Your Clothes H. C. WALL

does not become a victim,of many of the insects course, is an old story to successful farmers. dale are here, for the suiriner.: the island, and Mrs. Bird is the Logs For 20cIn
I and diseases that pester othercrops.. More than any other group, they must be :Mr. and Mrs. Herb Williams Ryukyus command: staff librarian. AND PULPWOODA New Automatic Driers! AGENCYPhone
It is easy to pack, easy to handle becauseof ready to combat insect pests, diseases, and from Perryville, Md. are here for Prior to Okinawa, they were in
its light weight -. and it takes cdmpara- unfavorable weather. And, if their setbacksare a while. They have as their guestsMr. the Philippine Islands. Their son Post Card Will Bring Me 146
Paul, is with them, while their To See You.
too to must be and Mrs. John Davis, Jr. of
tively little to fill a hamper. One grower great overcome, they readyto the wife of
told the Telegraph that he had been growing make the best of what they have, and try Lexington, Ky. Maj.daughter Walter, Margaret Andrewson; is at Ft. D. B.. ''Dick Thomas The Washeteria 200 E. Call Street
pepper since 1947 and had made. money on again. Successful farmers all have had prob- Miss Dolly Ann Alderman is Knox, Ky. Mr Bird's StarkeAAAAAjALAiALAAAAAAAAAAAL
home from the Fla.
hospital where she mother'l Lawtey,
it every year. lems and losses, but they have strived to recently underwent a major Mrs. Ella Bird resides
From the standpoint of the buyer, the solve their problems and have eagerly come eration. op- stone.

pepper deal is attractive here because this back to try again after reverses. They have Mr. and Mrs., John Wagschalof '- -," -- ': ,--:::::: .:',' -:,',-=- ', -- ::;, ,'., _:: '..:' :, :" '.',,-' -
section's crop comes in at a time when the achieved{ more often than they have failed, Long Island, N. Y; have been -
market is unglutted South Florida pepperis and that's the reason they are successful. visiting the S. E. McKays.Mrs. .
on downgrade, and the crop in statesto That characteristic of the American farmer ..Muse is visiting her daughter -
<< the north of us has not'yet matured.. One, is responsible for the greatness of American in Orlando.Lt .

.buyer, emphasized, however, that. if the pep. agriculture." .- and Mrs. Wayne Sargent'
have returned to Fort Jackson,
S., C. Upon completing* special
I training, Lt. Sargent will leave FORD' 50th
West Florida Deserves. Another LookThe fOr Germany
Dr. and Mrs. John Davis of
current movement to persuade the ancient fishing villages of St. Marks and Washington D. C. are here for a
Floridians to''see Florida< first" to spend Apalachicola, and excellent restaurants week.
their summer vacations within the bound- where lovers of seafood can eat their fill of Mr and Mrs. James Houserof

aries of our own beautiful stale. has' muchto lobster, shrimp, and crab to say nothingof Jacksonville will spend the ,
'be said in its favor. the delicious fried catfish featured at a summer with his aunt Miss Ger-

Where else but in Florida can one enjoy spot'near the tarpon docks in Panama City. trude Houser : : :
The Naval Air Station Pensacola Mrs. Pat Fraher has roved in Our 32n.d Year
the warm sand, sun, and I surf of.matchless at to her new home.
beach resorts and a few hours later be exploring (though it might take a bit of wangling to Mrs. Charles D. Lelly wrote .
cool underground caverns where the get inside the gates) is an impressive sight Mrs. S. E. McKay that her conk .

age-old process of ever-growing stalactitesand not soon to-be forgotten, and the scenic drive dition has greatly improved le '.4 r .".''
makes for breathtaking from Pensacola to Milton gives a taste of"mountain" has gained nine ;;a v "e .. .. .. ., ..
stalagmites scenes. .of pounds and is .,' fr" \ I+-r' -t1 ,'.,., ...' ''" "!S, ', l'Ii' ..ii
beauty? driving without risking your getting; along well Mrs. Lelly I .... .f '
This delightfully varied vacation fare is neck on dangerous hairpin turns.In asked that her appreciation be \
expressed to her friends, and her ,
our estimation, the caverns at Mariannaare -
offered by none other than our own West
Florida, a section of the state that is more the most underrated of Florida's many write regrets all that of them.she is unable to Serving the Public with the best car in the low-priced field. As one of Florida's

than apt.to be overlooked in competition with attractions. We have heard them mentioned, Harvey Southerland is in *

the more highly publicized vacation spots from time to time, in a modest way, but had Dearborn, Mich on business. Oldest Dealerships, we are GLAD to be participating in the Golden Anniversary of
and commercial attractions of South Florida expected nothing more than a "big hole in Miss Delores Moring spent this
and the so-called Gold Coast. the'ground" and were totally unprepared for week with Miss Susie Siprelle
Recently, a magazine article by a Pensa- the awe-inspiring trip of almost a mile District Governor Seaman will The Ford Motor Company. Since the first Model T chugged into history in 1908, _

cola newspaperman, loyally calling attentionto through "rooms" where nature has fashioned install officers and induct new I

his part of the state and what it has to .its own cathedrals from fantastic rock for- Lioness members Clubs into 'the when Lions and the the Ford Motor Co. has been credited with making it possible for the family in the

offer the tourist, aroused our,curiosity and mations that "j,row" at the rate of one inch Monday night at the they Inn. Tony meet

we took; the opportunity of a brief vacationto every hundred years! The caverns are located Reaves, International
Counselorwill lower income brackets to and automobile. We have
happy to
own operate an are
in state
a park and the caretaker
see what the shouting was all about. To explained act toastmaster._ Officers
say that we were not disappointed, in whatwe that the meagre appropriation of to' be installed are: president,
found is putting .it mildly. funds for state parks unfortunately does not Roy Browning; secretary and had a part in this progressive revolution and are glad to know that we have helpedto
The scenic' highway along the Gulf is permit an advertising budget. That js the treasurer Edward Bleha; vice-

worth the trip alone, and the beaches near reason most Floridians, even those living as presidents, John Powers, A. E.
Port St. Joe, Panama City, and Pensacola if close as twenty or thirty miles from the Anthony and Walter King; Tail make it possible for the average family to know the freedom, independence, and

not, as they boast, "the finest in the world", caverns, have never visited this spectacularspot. Twister, Nick Burnson; Lion Tamer 9

must be very close to it. The.entire area is In our estimation the caverns are a"must" Mr., E. A.and Baker.Mrs. P. H. Haskins pleasure that is derived from ownership of a fine automobile.. -

building up tremendously, not only due to on anybody's: sightseeing list, and and son Charles, and Mrs. Robert
summer vacationists, but also to the great the Floridian whq goes trekking off to a dis Jackson and children Lane and ..
paper industries at St. Joe, Panama, and tant point without seeing them' first is Bob, attended a family reunionin

Pensacola, as well as the many Navy and guilty of high treason. Tennile, Ga. last Sunday.Lt. .
Air Force installations. If you've always thought of West Florida and Mrs. Jack Detweiler of "'

Though the beaches are perhaps the high- only as the section of the state you pass, Ft. Eustis Va. are spending a '.; .ii :3; z ,

spot of the trip, all along the way there are through on the way to New Orleans, take ten-day leave here with Mr. and
such delightful places as WakuUa Springs our advice, and have a second look. Mrs.Local J. friends C. Detweiler and family .
were interested__ to
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Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and "
daughter Shirley returned home s
Design Moiern: Store Fronts
Friday after weeks visit in
Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Table Tops South Carolina with Mr. Smiths -r.:. :'' ...:.:. ,.t,,'_:" :" JJJ' !'J _'." ,
mother. Mr. Smith and his brothers SUREfo ', ?" j. ,
318 N. \ ; 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 I almost completed their moth '" ,:::,:- \
: ,. .
ers home before they left. >
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sacraNrs --,, Mrs. Eva Manning and children Seal i .
1 of Jacksonville were visiting the I

From where I sit_6y Joe Marsh Leonard Norman family Sunday.
a Mrs. Sidney Starling and chil- HOME CANNERS' FIRST CHOICE J. W. Andrews pictured with trophy won by S.arl e team in the Junior .Baseball program
dren spent the weekend in Mac-

clenny and attended the home sponsored'jointly by Andrews Motor Co. and American Legion Post another example of
Heard About the Electric coring at the Church of God.

Weather Predictor? While:Mrs. Tom there Norman.they were guestS'ot service rendered to the American public by the Ford Motor Company.

T. E. Pease of St. Marys, Ga.
M and Lacey Norman and son Lar- .
Squint'Smith built up quite a the weather over the radio-just ry were in Gainesville Monday on
reputation last month by predict- like anyone else! business
inc the weather.. What he said From where I sit that's the way The Leonard Normans and Mr.
usually came true. it goes whit someexperts.."They and Mrs. Harry Padgett were in
It got so that folks would sit often doat have*any more)inside Jacksonville Friday on business.
around his little Antique Shop information Miss Lucille Starling of Oak
than yon can get for
Grove and Mrs. Richard Bennett ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
just to get his opinion. yourself. Like those who Tow**
.and children of Daytona Beach,
eider is the
Last Monday though, he said only thirst-quencher attended church here
he didnt know what the weather after a"dal's wort Far as rm Sunday. .

was going to be like next day concerned, IH take a temperate HOSPITALD1USSIOXS No GuessworkDOME !
That,surprised us and when we glass of beer.But-I wont try to Serving This Area As Ford Dealer Since 1921
asked what.happened Squint "predict" your choice for you.Copjright The following patients were ad-
uid. "Slipped up on my electric I I jaratted to Doctor's Clinic Hospital
bill and was turned off. 111'get ""- during the past week: Wendy Lee DOWNJar J:W. ANDREWS ORIE A. WIGGINS
to my radio again tomorrow c90e't'JflA. ; Baxley Doctors Inlet; Kivian Ha- I

though."Squint had been getting '_ ',.- f'. zen, Palatka; Mrs., MaUi'e, Carter Sealed FOUNDER ,- With the Company Since 1938
4 -' : -, "iZ.0 Peggy Henderson ){rs. Betty <
19S),Untied :attJ Brew era Poaadotio. : Elizabeth Kirby R. C. Dampier. C_ -..-. .. I
,and Billy Dodd, all of Starke., '- I

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FIIDATdII4'E 19, 1935 -

rfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTmTTM I following the ceremony. Fla. Miss Odessa Thomas from home the last of this week. (Senate Bill Xo. 163) Dated this 3 day of June, 1J5S.
' TTT T T T TTTT Tyrone Power.Stars Shower Lake The E. C. Longs have their :NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
City, Mr. and, Mrs. Ressie Mae P. Merserean, holder of Tax Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
In Adventure Film :Mrs. Helen Crosby Mary Cell, Thomas' and daughters, Teressaof grand-daughter, little Miss Pa- Certificate No. 62. issued the 31 day County, Florida. 6/5 *t ./%6
HEILBRONN To Park BAYLESS HIWAY\ Beverly Jo Cosby, and Miss Kath- High Springs, Mr. and Mrs. tricia Edwards of Starke visitingthis of it: : my May office A.D.,and 1951.has has made filed applica-game
Coming ryn Kelly were hostesses at a Leon Ellington and Rita. Mr. and week.Three. tion for a tax deed to be issued
by Marian Norman by Mrs. 0. E. CrosbyChuch lingerie shower last Thursday Mrs. R. L. Thomas and daughter, thereon. Said certificate embraces I'! FILL DIRTGOOD
the following described property in
Power is seen as Mark
tAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAItev. Tyrone A AA A & night honoring Miss Wanda Crosby Barbara, Mrs. Hester Thomas, InductedThree the County of Bradford, State of i I I
Fallon. a handsome adventurer, popular bride elect.' Wanda Mrs. j Fronie Clemmons, all oT Florida to-wit: j I RICH
J. Ungerfelt of Brandy in "Mississippi Gambler", costarring News received many lovely gifts. Re- Starke Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers South one-half of Block 26, '
men were inducted in Livingston Truby & Go's I
Rev. Gwinn filled his regular appointment ::
Branch Church filled our pulpit 'Piper Laurie and Julia at Bayless Hiway Sun- freshments were served to the of Graham. Mr. and Mrs. D. the armed forces on June 5 Section 28, T. 6 South S/D.I I TOP SOILSee
Sunday morning and evening, with i young ladies present. I L. Shaw of LaCrosse, and Mrs. East. |
Local Board 18.
Adams at the Park Theatre Sunday and A large' through They
I day morning evening. The assessment of the said,
a"good attendance at each service. Personal Items Welsey
Woodward, close
a neigh- were: erty under the said certificate I
crowd attended both services. Two I'
Remember Sunday School each through Tuesday.The : Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman of bor of State Farm. Mrs. Crews sued was in the name of 11-1
and preaching colorful story concerns a .candidates came forward for baptism Eldridge Alfred Hayes, Brooker Green. I
Sunday, 10 a.m.. Wiersdale were visiting relatives reported a very. enjoyable day BILL JACKSONJackson
and one by letter. Everyoneis ; Walter "Franklyn Williamr, Unless said certificate shah te redeemed
service at 8. Training Union 7 gambler, here last weekend. v and
handsome riverboat said she didn't know her Worthington and John Ralph according to law. the property
and evening worship at 8. and love- invited to attend church at Bayless Miss the ; described therein will be sold
p.m adept at cards, dueling Kathryn Kelly spent folks thought so much of her. Davis Graham. Transfer Company
to the highest bidder at the court
Hiway Sunday morningand .
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday sets, out to build a every weekend at Kingsley Lake with
making, who Mrs. Emma Rivers is spending house door on! the first Monday in Phone 165
also mid-week
A business meeting evening prayer Miss Martha the month of ,
S p.m. special fortune through honest gambling.Ha Landrum.The this NOTICE APPLICATION. FOR July 1953 which is
will'be" night service Wednesday night at 8. week with the P. S. Crewsas TAX: : DEED the 6 day of July 1953.
held Wednesday wins his: point and the love H. B. Kellys were visiting is Miss Patricia Willard._, who_____
June 21. ;All members are urgedto New Orleans The quarterly Training Union U'n'
of a headstrong relatives in Alma, Ga. last week. will also visit relatives in Starke.
be present. society :belle; but not until he Mass meeting will meet with Bay- end.
Visiting the J. C. Wallaces last
Sandra Carmichael returned has fought his way to success less Hiway Baptist Church Friday Hear wedding bells were ring- week and this are Mrs. Wallace's Pure
after' stacked againsthim ,night June 19, at 8 o'clock. Everyone sunlight
with cards
:Ivisit the
home Sunday a with ing for Rufus Crosby last week nieces Mary andAnn and nephew as
is to attend this meet-
urged %
relatives in Tampa.; at every turn of ,the game. but cant seem to find out thetride's Tom. Lang from Lake Worth,
i, Mr and Mrs fisher, Gaakinsand Power has seldom costarredwith I ing. Refreshments. will be. served l name. We extend a wel- another niece, Nancy Myniham .
host church.DouglasCrawford
family,ofthe, Evergreen community a more intriguing _leading I by the cane to her to Bayless Hiway and from Jacksonville. The Wallaces
attended church services lady than fiery, titian-haired Pi- wish them the best of luck. will carry the children to Jack-
,here Sunday night per Laurie, a dynamic little act- Mr, and Mrs. A. K. Douglas of i Heard Horace Dyal and wife of sonville Saturday where Tom will
}{r. and Mrs. Ancil Norman and reu,whose temperamental clashes Starke announce the marriage of Fort Myers were visiting the C. return home and Mary and Ann
family were business visitors. in with the actor: are highlightsof their only daughter, Jeanette to C. Crosbys Sunday. Horace grew will remain with Miss Myniham.

:Gainesville Tuesday. the film. Sherman Crosby, son of :Mr. and up here and has many old friends Sunday guests of the W; E. p
Mrs. Florence Johnson is spend- Mrs. O. E. Crosby, last Tuesday at Have a Coke
Sharing honors with the stars who would have liked to see him. Feagles were Mrs. C. F. Edwards, ,
ing part of this week with rela- I Nahunta, Ga. The bride chose for W. mother to Mrs.
is lovely Julia Adams as the Mrs. Lucille Lovell and Mrs. Feagle, Robert B.
tives in Jacksonville.Saw "other women" in the gambler's. her wedding "beige linen suit with R. Haislop were in Gainesville Edwards and girl friend :Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Barney 'Eg- life. black and white accessories. She Monday.Mr. Joyce Connell from Jacksonville; ,
of Jacksonville here Monday. wore a white carnation corsage. fi : / :>:: '
gers and Mrs. Victor Kirby and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarbroughhad j '
Her only ornament was a string of
,Linda Norman spent part of relatives.
son. Louis, of Glendale, S. C. are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yar-
Delores Carmichael made a pearls: a gift from the groom.
last week in Hampton visiting her Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosbythis brough and family of Gainesville
cousin Sue Chastain. trip to Jacksonville Monday. The young couple are making week. They tell us SC.. is visiting on Sunday.
Miss Janet'' Rosier of 'Ocala is. Farmers hour section* are busy their home with the groom's par- still hotter than Florida. Seems Weekly Bridge Club met with

spending a' few days. here withAAAAAAiAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i"I gathering pepper and- tobacco. ents, while Sherman is engagedin impossible, but they should know. Mrs. W. N. North for three tables
farming with his father. We all .
AAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLJ' Guess I'll just stay here hopeit
wish them much happiness. The will turn cooler. of dessert bridgeon Thursday of
only attendents were Misses Bey- last week. Mrs. L. F. Chapman
-- Certainly missed the Downeys,'
J erly Jo Crosby and Frances Barry. West End folks, at church Sunday -.'was the winner of high prize
and Mrs. J. C. Wallace received
Kirby Baby
,' Mr. Downey has not been
the bingo prize. The home
Sgt. and Mrs. E. T. Kirby of feeling well lately. I think he is'beautiful was
Bayless Hiway announce the arrival feeling better now, with.striking arrange-
ments of gladioli.
; of daughter, Sylvia Earl We were certainly sorry to hear
Lynn on June 15 at Doctor's I about the accident Vernon Crosby The, J. G. Caldwells are expecting

Clinic. ".,...nit... Matilda and Honrrr.....J Con e, -UTlr. I their daughter, June Edwards, 1z1
CrosbvCrewsThe baby were in last week. We hear
,marriage of Miss Wanda that Vernon is still on the critical
y r Crosby and Harold Crews will be list at St. Luke's Hospital but

I\/ solemnized at Bayless Hiway Bap- Matilda and Henry are better.

tist Church Friday ,evening, June Certainly hope Vernon will soon be
26, at 8 o'clock. No invitations better.
: are being sent but all friends and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby'and

: relatives of the couple are invited Wanda Crosby and Harold Crews
to attend the wedding and the re- were visiting at Silver Springs
\ : ception at the church immediately Sunday afternoon. ::xN

s\\I\ tS AU the tanners are real Dusy .

: >*, .EXPERIENCE TRAINING COUNT AND gathering coming Little.Eddy in nicely.Faye Cain returned ..d'ar'tCHARLEY ///////I//I//ll// !// t7P: .!!!!! ,, tl tla :

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to her home Sunday after
; U ;you need a truss or surgical spending two weeks with her
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; ; support, you cannot afford to grandmother, :Mrs. Janie Cain, at I
take a chance with your health, Fort White. She was accompanied

by being improperly fitted. home by her grandmother and un- E. JOHNS & SON /11/11/ III
START NOW..BANK. Here at Canova Prescription cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom- / 1$ .

Center, 'we have trained tech. mie Cain and baby. about this question .. :
SOMETHING EVERY, ) Well folks, summer is here ani /
nicians, both male and female,
it's a little hard to collect news. If I I. ,
PAY DAY..REAP1THE to serve you.Remember Can you imagine the mental wM
article in
J anyone has an leave it I r.
BENEFITS your health and my mail box at Floyd's. anguish of the automobile ,;

comfort depend on expert The thought for the week: driver who must go thru life i

Homes that play together and with the constant guilt of

/s:4:: ; FLORIDA BANK at STARKE fitting.CANOVA pray together stay together. 4 i is having r Memorial killed someone Day message.? This 1 1i '

TTTTSTATE Don't ruin entire life. II 7 S;
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Gainesville, Fla.


sons; of Starke were Sunday din- Charley E. Johns C
ner guests of the J. G. Caldwells.
In the afternoon they with Miss .
GROCERIES Frances Caldwell went joyridingto i-Son AgencyPhone STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Flagler Beach and St. Augus-

COOK'S "Co&.wk.repd troJ.-lr 0' 1952. THE COCA-COIA COMPANY
MEATS tine.Medford Shealy in convalescingat 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..

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home since Saturday after being I 4
confined to Alachua General Hos- .-- .
pital for several weeks. r-----------a.-- maE
Mrs. E. A. Bradshaw and chil- ,

1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North Phone 339-J dren from Mt. Dora came last i I //2'. : I I "' --- .
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Wednesday for a week's visit with

Quantity Rights Reserved SPECIALS FOR FRI., SAT., JUNE 19, 20 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. ,,i these thing I t : .\

Cox.Mrs.. R. P. McLendon's mother, > '"

BRISKET WHITE Mrs. Cogdill of Tampa is visiting L u ] Oievroetsever' '
j several weeks with the McLen- : 1 [

dons before going on to Tenn. ; __ __
POTATOES I0ft29 Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crews and

Stew /619 son, Billy enjoyed a picnic supperon
Little Santa Fe Lake. Thurs-

day night with Mr. and Mrs. Ron-

SPECIAL Ic SALE TETLEY ald Starke.Griffis and daughter, Patriciaof fathei heJ

64 for Mrs. W. E. Feagle and Mrs.
MEAT TEA BAGS 56CWEINES M. J. Collins spent last ..Mondayin -
Gainesville and Archer.Mr. .

ib'.33C and Mrs. B. W. Tucker and '
children of Fernandina Beach t/JotJ /

YELLOWROSE spent the weekend .visiting the L. 1
L. Wainwrights and Mrs. Tucker's

mother, Mrs. T. C. Edwards of ........ M'A.... ,. ,.A.n.-t...
SMOKED FLOUR 25I6 1.89 Lawtey.Mrs. in Fisher Body Quality! It's the only >. '
I" '
P. S. Crews was honored Body by Fisher in the low-price field. And ,I f4... ,. '..'. .. t.; > :. ,; ;;t' f

with a birthday dinner Sundayin now it's even more outstanding in styling, .:.1.;' '"..;....... ..,. .,....,...:.--/.f'' _#I
SAUSAGE celebration of her birthday in comfort and conveniences, in quality I ,'.. -: .... > "..'>:
33DAISY ..
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which fell < : ,
on Friday. Enjoying the .
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PARK-PLACE tt.f. ...
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occasion with Mrs. Crews besides In High-Compression Power! Most i "". ...
the immediate family were Mr. pew erfuh engine in its field with 7.5 to 1 !'t' ".?. j _. : 9' : .... .--il,<- .

TTISSUE2ro"M3BLUE 1 and Mrs. W. F. Atwood .of Jacksonville compression ratio-the new 115-h.p. "Blue- J 1. ", .' .: ."y.:>... -- .

Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Flame engine with Powerglide.* Advanced .,... ..,.....,.;'>,. 't: ':.. ;.'.....;f.r-/h'j:::'i
Outlaw and daughters, Jo and 108-h.p. high-compression "I'htift-ICin,Q" engine -,, /,17
Pam, Mr. and :firs W. S. Rivers, in gearshift models.

ROSERICE and children, Sara, Willy and t. !in Pow r fide and Power Steering!*

CHEESE 49' Cathy, Mrs. Emma Rivers, mother Powerglide is the newest, most advanced ,,.. ,. .,, ,,, ', r : y,. I ,.
of Mrs. Crews, Miss Patricia
automatic transmission in its field. Power w .;At
'" Willard, niece all of Auburndale,
5 61C Steering another Chevrolet exclusive in its -'

field-lets you steer with finger-tip ease. ; r''

Tender rFRIGIDAIRE in Economy and Value! You go much
farther on every gallon of gas (regular gas, '
16 Colgate New Chlorophyll! at that). You save on over-all costs of operation

RIB TIPS 29' THERE'S JUST ONE and upkeep. Chevrolet is again thelowestpriced '
line in its field! /
in Popularity i Leadership! Again this -
only by General The linking new(el Air 4-Door,
in single % 'rr
every postwar year-more ,
Motors' one of 16 beautiful models
Corp. All other
people are buying Chevrolets than any other In 3 great new itritt.
"' Electric Refrigerators are car For the first 3 months alone, Chevrolet ;,'G
FRYERS 49' made by other companiesand is over 20% ahead of the second-choice car.
cannot use the word Nearly 2 million more people now drive .
MEAL '" .j
5 29C Frigidaire.Want Chevrolets than any other make. 4 .. .

A Genuine Optional at extra cost Combination of Power- : ....... .. I
glide automatic transmission and 115-bp. "Blue- ,
Whole or HaltPICNICHafife" FRIGIDAIRE ? ? Flame" engine available on "T..T"Bd I
Air models only. Power Steering available on all

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;_,; '_ I-I- I I Miss'Clarice ThomasTo Miss Steidley Miss Carolyn Kelley and modern conveniences ,...
;., Buffet Supper Given of the Beta Sigma
See J. ; sorority. \
Wed Lt. Wood Is Shower Honoree Roy Turner is now workingat 1
Weds Bobby DyalIn Nasworthy's as salesman and For Martha Horne honoree Following the dinner, the "

t. Monday EveningThe Palatka Ritual office worker .. Joan Tenly and her chosen was china presented a piece of

, (: Frances Smith are working over Miss Martha Horne, whose bers from the mem
'{ Baptist Recreation HaT at Big Dad as stenos ... hear marriage to Richard WilliaTs of of the sorority as a cremento
"'" was the scene of a deHghtfu"iHscellaneous that Russell and Muriel Normanare Tampa will be an event of Sun- occasion.

shower Monday evening hoping to move into their new day afternoon was the honored Eighteen members of the soror

Gladys -Mooty honoring Miss Phyllis Steid' xt< home on the new Blanding Hiway guest at a lovely buffet supper,kith ity enjoyed the this delightful party
whose to I honored guest.Mr .
marriage Ernest
PixmeSSt ley T next week ... and the Robert party Wednesday of last.
r Phillips, was an event of Thursdajevening. \ Greens started building their 'I I ----
1:' v Hostesses for the occasion .,, !home on the corner of Lake and week at the E. W. Hayes summer I I and Mrs. Joe Gumber have
'" t r were Mrs. ].Iaxi: Carter ? home on Kingsley lake. Hostesses .
ratt spent the
At a on Tuesday ... sorry to past two weeks in Day-
5 .
-<*.? Miss Ona'Demorest' Popular Bride.Elect, + QAf. c Mrs., J. P. Roberts, Mrs. Ewel] ? lear that Ann Hutchings Is off for the occasion were members tona Beach. '

r Is Inspiration For Series Of Lovely Parties Lawson. Mrs. J. F. Jaudon Mrs, ahSLmsin. sick this week from her work at 1

':., -- E D. Tenly, and Mrs. O. L the Smart Shop ... Chessie Dev-i I' '" -, -, n' -, -, -- -- :: "'2cI
Miss Ona Demorest whose marriage decorated wedding cake topped The tea table was overlaid wit rick has a troublesome fungus on

! to Paul Shape win be an with a spray of, BUes:of-the- a handsome cutwork cloth and her face that she got while swimming I
Surrounding the cake centered with an artistic arrange last week ...
event of Saturday evening:, has valley. ?arm Joan Tenly
, been the Inspiration for many were white gladioli blossoms and f ment of white and pink carana- x C% .# stepped on a nail in her yard last I

lovely parties in the past,week. )dies-of-thevalley. Long white tions. Flanking the centerpiece week while going around bare +

The home of Mrs.L.. D. Vlnhigwas satin streamers ran the entire were three-branched silver candelabra d + footed made a pretty bad Infection -

the setting of a lovely miscellaneous length of the table. The Indi holding burning pink tapers Yr ... Florence Flynn is still
Shower and tea Satur- vidual places were marked with The punch table was overlaid with limping around after spraining

: day afternoon from 4:30 to 6:30 place cards ,ornamented with a a' lace cloth, centered with the A I' if < -\, %' i 'A her ankle Tuesday of last week
crystal punch bowl set In a nest ? J $ *'t & ft ft r *r fff AMiss .-. Alice Anderson
o'clock honoring the bride-elect bridal motif, and corsages of V \ will enter Si

, Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Picardy gladioli blossoms for Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas of of greenery In whlch'pink blossoms I Vincent's hospital next Tuesday I

) Vining, Mrs. K. G. Duncan andMrs. each guest. Marking the positionof this city announce the engagement were placed at Intervals. for an operation and young Bob-
Mrs. Levy Canova, bie Chesser, .
E. L. Matthews the bride-elect was a corsageof of their daughter, Clarice pianist played Carolyn Kelley, daughterof got a badly cut arm
The tea table was overlaid with white gladioli Annette, to Joseph Gladstone' several selections during the Mrs. Doris Kelley and O. C. when he ran into a window near
hours, 8 to 9:30 the
party door
o'clock and
and Miss Demorest received lemon Wood, Lt., U. S. A. : at the Methodist Church
i an imported cutwork cloth a F., son of Mr. Kelley of Brooker was united in I

centered with an 'antique silver fork from her chosen silver pat J. Leslie Wood and the late Mrs. Miss appropriate Joan Tenly songs, Miss were Aliese sung Law-by marriage to Bobby E. Dyal, son School Wednesday.,. while attending Bible

;. bowl with, a graceful bouquet, of tern from her hostesses as a Wood of Lake City, Florida. son and Don Neal. of Mr. and Mrs. L A. Dyal of Joanne
white, gladioli and pink King memento of the occasion. Miss Thomas is a graduate of Brooker at a ,simple wedding Slade gave a going-
The hostesses
presented the away steak
asters. The centerpiece was flank- Enjoying the luncheon were 15: Bradford High School. She is honoree with a piece of her chosen ceremony Friday evening, June 12, Saturday on the supper party last gay)
ed by threVbranched candelabra friends of the honor guest. also a graduate of Florida State at 6:30 o'clock in the Baptist Slade's porch at ,
china pattern as a memento 0 f the lake for
'' Ocie
holding burning pink tapers. The University from which she received the occasion. Pastorium in Palatka. Rev. E. E. who is
punch,bowl at a separate table her BB degree. She re- Willis performed the double ring going to Ka hvflle.. Tenn. to work JUNE21
" Hutto-Monk
Assisting the hoste tea In sere for the
.summer ...
i was surrounded: by garlands of ceived the Master of Arts in ceremony.The Edith and
ing and caring for the guests Sue Biggs celebrated
" shasta daisies and greenery. The Mrs,,M. J. Cowart of HeilbronnSprings Education' degree from the UnI- i were Mrs. Jim Ritch, Miss Patty bride was attired in a this past their birthdays ADD TO HIS
weekend ... PLEASURE
buffet was graced with an antique versity of Florida. She is a mem white organdy embroidered afternoon Barbara BY
announces the marriageof i Lawson, Miss Agnes Lawson and Sue Barksdale
f silver five-branched candelabra ber Delta Pi Epsilon, business frock which entertained
her daughter, Grade Monk to Miss Joanna Lee. at a small
entwined .with greenery,and holdIng O. i education fraternity.' One with Navy accessories and neighborhood party last SELECTING HIS GIFT
P. Kutto son of Mr. and Mrs.iI hundred guests were Invited Friday HERE!
Yellow I Lt. Wood is her 5th anni-
a of orchid
burning pink tapers graduate the an
.L.,S.,Hutto of Starke on Thurs-i to attend this delightful af corsage versary ...
gladioli and white shasta daisies day June 11, in'Lake Butler.! University of Florida, receiving Mrs. Dyal graduated from BHS, tertained at.Margaret Colson en- I

were used in profusion throughout The ..young couple Is residing at. the Bachelor of Science In Agriculture fair.Miss class of '53, and plans to attend Saturday for a small party on COMPLETE SELECTION

the living room and solarium. Heilbronn Springs. with high honors, and the Crosby Weds the University of Florida in the and her 7th birthday ... OF '
Alyce Graham
Master of Science in Agriculture.He falL celebrated her
Mrs. J. W. Klncaid and Miss
Madge Middleton greeted the is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Lane M. Goodson Mr. Dyal is an- operator for birthday on Saturday out at the A
Mrs. Bobby Alvarez Alpha Zeta, Tau Wall Alvarez cottage on Kingsley where
guests at the door and in the receiving Alpha Alpha, and Construction Co. in Gainesville the Grahams FNECKWEAR

line were the hostesses, Honored At ShowerMrs. Phi Eta Sigma, honorary fra where the young couple will 1 summer ... are staying for the '
ternities. During his senior be. at home.
the bride-elect, and Mrs. R. T, My State
t pemorest, mother of the bride- Bobby Alvarez was hon: he received the Borden Agricultural she agent reports

". elect Pouring punch during the ored at a lovely miscellaneous 'Award. At present Lt. i DemorestShupeWedding all saw packed Leslie and and Eva Shepherd 69c $1.50 '
Wood is serving as an instructorIn up heading out
tea, hours ,were Misses Joanne shower Thursday afternoon of I ?c !about noon
Slade, Margaret Rose Duncan and last week from 4:30: to 6 o'clock: the Air Training Command at j I SaturdayThe new home in Wednesday for their

Virginia Sewell. Others assistingIn at. the home of Mrs. Sam Ander. Lackland Air Base, San Antonio, Leslie will Chattahoochee where I '
Texas. wedding of Miss Ona Elizabeth be pastor of the Baptist SWIM
serving and caring for the son. Hostesses for this delightful y r ar Church ... : TRUNKS
The wedding will be solemnized Demorest, daughter of Mr. Surely will miss these
guests were Mrs. T. T, Long, Mrs. affair were Mrs. Anderson and friendly
W B. Sewell, Mrs. Marcus Brown Mrs. Titus Olson.A at 4:00 p.m. July 26, at the First and Mrs. R. F. Demorest to Paul folk who have been
Baptist Church of Starke. All Gordon Shupe, son of Mr. and I among us for so long ... During WINGS & ARROWSPORT
Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. Joe E. Wilson. profusion of summer cut all his $2.95 .
friends Mrs. Philip Shupe of Lake Hamilton i years as chaplain
and at
W. relatives of the couple) the up
Andrews, Mrs. M. Cressler flowers were used for the occasion State
are Invited to attend the a will be an event of Saturday Farm Les never failed to .
Mrs. John Robinson, Mrs. T. H. with hydrangeas centering the weddingand lend SHIRTS -
Slade and Mrs. Morgan Richarde. table.Assisting'. the reception which will follow evening, June 20, at 8 o'clock in his many talents to any and
at the church. ,e.x the First Methodist church. Rev. everyone who called on him: ...
Miss Demorest was presentedby the hostesses In serv T.' G. Mitchell will officiate at the Here's wishin' 'em lots of luck in AH Sizes!' and Wide"
her hostesses with a silojelly ing refreshments were Mrs. Bobby their
new field of Variety of Colors
ceremony.A ,endeavor .,.
server from her chosen silver Turner and Mrs. G. P. Wads- Miss Horne Honored >. Seems
reception will Immediately) all for now ...
pattern as a memento of the oc worth of Hampton. At follow the See in the From To
Lovely Shower ceremony at the homeof you next ..
Thirty guests were invited to

casion.Invited to call during the appointed attend the party. By Hampton WMUMiss Place.the: bride's parents on Park --CarolynMrs. $1.95 $4.95 $3.45 & $3.95

hours were 80 guests. i Eustis
Miss Hattie Wills : Martha Pearl Horne? whose McKnight daughter -
:The lovely Kingsley Lake home I' marriage to Richard C. Williams Miss Betty Jo Crosby, daughter i Baptists To Hold Dolores, and son David, spent
Slade attractively Weds Rufus Dell of Mrs. Hugh Butler Crosby :and the latter part of last week in SOX 50c
of Mrs. T. H. was mill be an event of Sunday, was Coronation Service MEN'S SUMMER :
decorated with arrangements 'I the honor guest at miscellaneous the late Mr. Crosby of Brooke,- Manning, S. C. visiting relatives.
a lovely -
of hibiscus Tuesday morn Miss Hattie Wills, a former shower last became the bride of Lane MinterGoodson" For Young People Mr. McKnight joined his family'on !

Ing for a delightful Coca-Cola resident ot Starke, and Rufus E. night in the Hampton community Friday 'son of Mrs. Allan M. Friday and they attended thee DRESS PANTS SHORTSSAC

party given by Mrs. Slade and I I Dell of New Smyrna Beach ,were Gardener of St. Petersburg o n Coronation services for th McKnight annual family reunion I

:Mrs. T.. T. Long ,honoring Miss married in the Home Demonstration hall.Baskets and of May 14 at Kingsland, Ga. young people's work In the First on Sunday at Monk's Corner, S.I I
vases ,
Demore.st..J I I Club House; at LaCrosse",' marigolds, and fern were gladioli used in The bride- attended BradfoJJ Baptist Church ,will be held Wednesday i C. Miss Dolores McKnight was in $5.95up U. SHIRTS 60c"SINCE

The refreshment table was overlaid Wednesday afternoon at 4o'clock decorating for this event whichwas" County Schools and gradu. June 24, -at 7:30 pm in where Charleston S. C. from Thursday it
Greensboro High'School' she attended the
with a beautiful cutwork given by the. Woman's1 Missionary the church., graduation
Miss Wills is remembered hereby She is a student at the Universityof exercises at The Citadel.
cloth and centered with an artistic Union of the Hampton Queens who will be crowned at
the older residents of Starke Florida.Mr. Cadet Joe Kay drove her home on I
arrangement of periwinkle.r as the daughter of the late W. W Baptist Church. Goodman attended Georgia this time are Charlene Hardy, Sunday and he is spending this ALVAREZTHE L
hydrangeas In a milk glass con Upon entering, Miss Horne was
Wills, who was a circuit judge Military College and ,St. Peters Judy Danker, Carolyn Vickers. I week in Florida. I
tainer. Each serving'tray was greated by the WJH.U. President,
here back before the turn of the schools and is also a studentat Hildebrand,
centered with a beautiful hibiscus. Mrs. K. B. Watterson. and presented burg Ambassadors are Gary .. i 1894"
The hostesses presented the century. with a shoulder corsage of the University of Florida where: Jimmy Wiggins, Franklin Rit Ch, Mrs. Kate Sheppard is visiting I MEN'S STORE :
bride-elect with silver Well and Since leaving Starke, more than he is a member of Kappa Sigma relatives in Fort White for two i
white blue
a and asters. Her mother Burge Searing and David Law- I ,
50 years ago, Miss Wills has resided social After June 21 weeks. ,
Tree Platter In remembrance of Mrs. J.V.. Horne, was also fraternity. I "
with her brother-in-law and I he will be inducted intd the
the occasion.
I. given a corsage of pink dahlias. son.The
Enjoying the affair with the sister Mr. an4} Mrs. D. D. Weeksat Mrs. Willa Mae Denton o farmed services. public is cordially invited.

hostesses and lUll Demoreit were I LaCrosse, Starke kept the bride's book. A_!'j! A I'

S4 friends of the guest of honor. I.II I Mrs. Betty May had charge of

I'Woodman Circle i the games, and prizes were
:Mrs. C. A. Knight and :Mrs. L awarded to Mrs. Russell Norman

A. Canova entertained at a lovely The Woodman Circle will meet Miss Louise Adkins, and Mrs. G.
luncheon honoring Miss Demorest
P. Wadsworth.
23 at 8
Tuesday eveningJune
Tuesday noon at Barrys Restaurant Miss Horne opened her gifts of ... -
o'clock at the Catholic Center ... the
china crystal and linen, and they Gotta, really be on the beau I East within a few weeks

Gracing the center of the I for their regular monthly meet, were displayed to the guests ,by these 'days to stop folks long !W. D. Thomas family who were 'FO

luncheon table was a beautifully ing. Members are urged to attend. five of her school ounils. Nell I ;"nnvh'" to"""" ret' some news, what renting the Jennings house have /
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----- -----, moved into the Maurice Edwards
Williams, Sue Chastain. Glenda with all these prenuptial parties /DAY
Vining, and Dolores and Dorothy going on during the month of upstairs apt on Jefferson street

Hardy.! The. girls also assisted in June, the Vacation Bible Shoots .. SK3| Brad Locke who was .

PMCA serving refreshments of punch, at the Methodist and Presbyterian home last weekend from overSeas .

iced cake squares, and mints to churches these two weeks, others duty has reported back to Nor .I
1/l I ... Charles Partin and .
the 75 vacations and folk, Va.
VALUES guests present. taking off for their
--- DIAMOND ? the rest moving out to the lakes Harmon Morgan left yesterdaj
fo Chicago, IlL to attend a twc A FEW SUGGESTIONS OF MERCHANDISEAT
.-. \ ,:' ;_, __ 1. t tDon't UDC Chapter Elects and coming in just long enoughto weeks course on Counseling al

let "cut prices. and "big bargains confuse Officers For YearA get' a loaf of bread"and 'right the University of Chicago .. >>
back out there again .. hear CUT RATE 1 PRICES
In diamonds{ Quality is the true -
you. that the Riley Wasdins have Hear that cupid caught up wit
value and the world's finest quality dia brief but important business rented one of the Nasworthy cottages 0. P. Hutto he and Grad

mond rings are Keepsake. ,. ; meeting of the, W T. Weeks chap- on Kingsley ..'. Bette and\ Monk of Heilbronn Springs tie RONSON The Gift That 'Will Surprise Him
ter, UD.C. was held in the homeof John Deas and family are out at the knot up in Lake Butler his'

; t In any style or price range, every },Irs. L. A. Davis on Saturday the E. W. Hayes cottage ... the Thursday ... JoAnn. Smith.. I With' Delight
morninr. Ned Yancey family spent the vast -- o:: Lighters -
Keepsake is guaranteed perfect '--- ---' leaving for the University up
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, chapter weekend at the Denmark cottage J I Miami Band Camp next Wednesday THE NEW SCHICK 20

by- president presided over the meet- and the S. G. Denmarks are staying for five weeks training ...
_-- 1. Good Housekeeping ing. The treasurer reported that at *ieir towage for a couple Louise Tenly had the honor o

;i all finances of the year, except weeks ... Arch and Jean Thomasare being a guest speaker at the Firs Rod & Reel -$7.95 ELECTRIC RAZOR
2. This Store Fund had
: the Memorial Building staying at the Burnett cot- Baptist Church in G'ville Tuesday

been paid. Arrangements to pay tage for the month of June .... evening at the WMU 60tl ,
3. Keepsake this fund which is $80 per year. and the E. L. Matthews are plan- Anniversary banquet and prograz PARKER

were completed. Mrs. L A. Davis ning to move out to their summer ... June Edwards (Mrs. Billy For Only

stated that she was delighted to home on Kingsley next week ... will arrive Saturday from Ventura : Fountain Pen $24.50SCHEAFFER
donate the Confederate and U. S.
Glad to see Thelma Jenningsand Calif. to stay indefinite;
flags used for Memorial Day. She children from Kendallville, with her parents, the J. G. Cal

thanked the chapter for flowers Ind. back in their former home wells, while her husband is ove<*-

,, iw.eNellt sent her during her recent illness. :on Jefferson street think I seas ... hear the Clothes-Lin elte

Officers for the next year were told you before In this column will be opening around the first c Pen & Pencil Set Shaving Sets
elected as follows: President Mrs.
that Dr. Jennings now a major, I.July in the store formerly o<
W. G. Haile; 1st V.P., Mrs. O. L has been called back into service I cupied by Kitty's on Temp!

Haynes; 2nd V.P.. Mrs. George and Is now stationed at Fort SamHouston avenue Virginia Smith tells nr ic COMB ANDBrush

Roberts; Secy.. Mrs. L. A. Davis; San Antonio Texas be-I that this new Washeteria-drive-i init Wrist Watch $9.95

Treas., Mrs. E. K. Perryman; fore being shipped out to the Far will have all the latest equipmezSTARKE Sets $3.50
t. : Registrar. Mrs. L A. Davis; Recorder -

of Crosses Mrs. A. H.

Johns; Chaplain Mrs. W. J. Chand .
i ler. Delegates to Florida Division 4 4 BROWNIE
r AHOWEU. ... ,$100.00 4 Pipes $l.C'OupToilet
U.D.C. to be held In Tampa Oct. 4
L Wedding king 6150I. 13, 14 and 15 are Mrs. O. L 4
s 4 Cameras $7.95
Haynes, and Mrs. J. R. Kite. 4 up
General $1.00
;.c SIM to 2475 Delegates to the convention up

\ W.ddng Ii'"t 12 50 in Washington D. C. in November COMPLETE LINE

4v are Mrs. L. A. Davis and Reasonable
Guaranteed Service

CBUIWEU, .$300.00 Mrs. E. K. Perryman. ,I Wallets $1.00up FATHER'S DAY CARDS
Wading RilllOQ.OOD.WAXEflElD The next chapter meeting will On All Makes Radios TV

be the first Wednesday in O to-

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Mrs.' W. I. Colson and son, SATISFACTIONCall

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"Your Friendly Jeweler" few days this week in Brooker+, 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's 53 STARKE, FLA.

visiting her grandparents Mr.j .
and Mrs. G. B. Colson. r .. -, -.

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Friends' of Mrs: 'R chafd Tfcede' Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. J..I -

of Gainesville will be interested to A. Griffin were in Jacksonville on
know that she gr duated-lrom the business Tuesday. r

School of Education, U. 'of Fn Mr- and Mrs. J. Huston Me- Ii I T I''A -
i{ [eJ.j '
Monday evening of last week. CIa e and family of Atlanta. Ga. ; :
She was initiated into Phi Kappa are visiting Mr. and Mrs: G. B. i i\i Crescent

C IN THE NEWS Phi National Honor Society, and Flynn. I
the initiates attended a banquetat Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan i'

the Student Service Center their two i
----- - ---------- ------------------------ will leave Sunday for [
Saturday evening. Mrs. Thede will with and Mrs.;
Mr., and Mrs. Nate DyaJ and Mr. and }Mrs.R. M. Griffin and weeks vacation J ciELb
be remembered as the former Sullivan in Allendale, S. C.
H. B.
sons, Tommy and David, and Mrs. children of Tampa are spendingthe I:
Lois Long, daughter of Mrs. F. and with Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan ;
T. I* Casey and daughter Judy,' summer.at their cottage on I
H. Long of Starke. in Branford.Mr. I
spent the weekend at the Neeld Santa Fe Lake,
Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of Leesburg and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and
in Gulf Mrs.
Camp Hammock. Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin of!
arrived today to spend the week- of Jacksonville 'land Mr.:,'
family ,
E. T. Vestal of 'Jacksonville returned Ochlocknee Ga. and Mrs. W. H.I
end with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sew- Parker of
Mrs. Charles
'with them and spent Monday Thomson, Jr. of Monticello spent and
e.11. Mrs. Sewell'and Mrs. Cottrell Beach the weekend 4< Off
Daytona spent 1-Ib. !
here before going home. the latter part of last week with on Bag
will leave Sunday to, spend .the with the L. S. Hutto family I
Miss Beryl Holland of Gainesville the'F F. Stamps and also visited
summer at Little Switzerland, N. have 1
Mr. and Mrs. James Edgar
was the weekend guest of Mrs. Stump who was confined in
C. and will visit friends and relatives had as recent guests Mr and,j 12 Off 3-lft.
Mr. and Mrs Harry Mooty.Mr. Riverside Hospital with an injured on Bag!
while enroute. have
Mrs. Archie Edgar who just(
and Mrs. D. E. Adams of knee. I I .
Mrs. R. S. Fernandez, Mrs. J. returned from Tripoli, Africa and
Jp.hksonvlU* and Mrs. Curield Judy Dankel, has as guest for 1
I W. Kaufmann and Mr. and Mrs. were enroute to their home in ..
ms were Sunday guests'oi: two week, her cousin Martha Ann
.D% and' Mrs H. H. Adams at Hutchinson of Aubumdale.I- L. G. Powell attended the funeralof New Jersey. The Archie Edgarsare
Mrs. M. L. in Alachua to to
Maynard also making plans go
.Kingsley Lake. Mrs. A. L. Carr and grandson,
Thursday afternoon of last week. Brazil for a few years. .
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Jaudonof, Harold, of Jacksonville were Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. }
Tampa visited }.[r. and Mrs J. F day guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. O >x your chance to enjoy freshl-roasted
son Jimmy, of Tampa spent the E. D. Tenly were Mr. and Mrs. \ Custom ,
Jaudon'on Friday. Dansby. .. Ground A & P
weekend-with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. C. H. Walters of Jacksonville and t Coffee at unbeliev-
d. able savings!
Durden Mrs. 0. L. Beasley and Mrs. W. H. Tenly and Mr. and Imagine compared with

Mrs. J, W. Kincaid. I|Mrs. Carl Tenly and children of I ; others of like high quality". A & P Coffee

Give your Television/ Set the propertechnical Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Gainesville.J. : now SAVES YOU UP TO 16c A POUND!

daughters, Mary Katherine and I J. Moore, son John and .sal Sales ends June, ( don't miss
Nay this terrific
Knowledge and'Skill Betty Lou, and Mrs. Charles Darby I daughter, Cookie, of Bainbridge, 't D at0 >#sls buy! -

f and daughters, Virginia Jean j Ga. spent a few days this week / ,/i. lay

It NeedsWe and Phyllis, were in Dejand Monday -i jwith i Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez C nIn
of last week where Mrs.i and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond.
I .
Wainwright and daughters. attended -' Mary Agnes and Anne Mat- .+ f 11 0 ,. r Ef Lh Ir IFF tE A Big Buy -- Be Sure To Try

Give You An Estimate Before We Repair 'Yo h'Se'tTV the wedding oJ|( ,Mrs. N. D.I'1 I thews went to Madison on Wed'nesd'ay S :1':: 1 W >f

Wainwright's daughter, Miss:;JJo-1 "to visit.Rachel and Nell % SUPER -
SERVICE CALLS ,2.50 lores Hancock, and Mrs. Darby Norfleet: until Sunday. Rachel RIGHT MEATS

and daughters visited Mrs. George,and Nell will return with Mary
Marks. j I Agnes! and Anne for a few days:
Radio And t Super Right
Mrs. J. C.. Hobbs and family are visit here. Western Pork
E visiting relatives in Tallahassee for I Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr.
Television Service &tid.t6t'II'
ten days. ,and son, Greg, of Tallahassee ar- H&-tlMru LOINS Lb

Mrs. S. D. Saunders of Middle- !rived Wednesday to spend their j lIb 59C.,

PHONE 153- burg was visiting Mr. and Mrs. .vacation with their parents, Mr.'I' 77C JH, 79C 1113 Half or Whole
Ray Saunders .last Friday. and Mrs. W. N.North of the State I I 19C
NOTICE We have moved to Call St, in Williams Jew- Anita Jeffords of High Springsis Farm and Mrs. R. J. Davis of Bag Allgood Thin

elry Co., 2 doors from Koch Drug Store spending this week with her f Starke. ,J Bag Bag Sliced Breakfast

.. uncle and aunt, Mr. and :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith leave i Lb

George Huggins.Mr. today for Brevard, N. C. where ( 3 Ibs $2-25 / $2.28 BACON 69
3 s
and Mrs. Ray Saunderswere Mrs. Smith will spend the summer 3lbs$2.31

overnight guests Saturday[I at Brevard and Washington, D. C.I j I 1

TRY'KITTY'S of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Whitehead and Mr. Smith will vacation for

in High Springs.Mr. a week in Brevard. >, Azalea All 1 Meat in the Piece
and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray andin Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

family are spending the week I baby and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. t Lb

.. ting Ozark relatives.and Montgomery' .Ala. visi.}Reyes spent and son the,weekend Steve, of with Jacksonville Mr.-. )t ) ,j\ Red Ripe 3 FOR BOLOGNA 39C

Mrs. Al H. Harley was an at-, and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. : 00
AT STARKE 30iJIOTEL tendant in the. Gatesman-Phillipp i' Mr. and :Mrs. E. A. Raney returned -, .ATEMELONS; :\ $1 Azalea
Pure Pork
wedding Sunday afternoon at the: to their home in Freeman,

FOR North Central Baptist Church in Va. on Sunday after two weeks '" # # #............. m n
Gainesville.Mrs. (Visit with Mr. ,and Mrs. Floyd Iceberg SAUSAGE Lb
HOMECOOKEDMEALS Mayme Toomey has moved Green and Mr. and Mrs. N. B. CrispLETTUCE 39C

from the Erroll Alvarez apartment Rosier. "heads
1! Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordon of (
to the Pinehurst Motel on E 2" 29C
Road 100. :Ovieda were weekend guests of I I
Quick Frozen
Mrs. Pearle. Colson had as heguest r and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and

this week her motherinlaw Miss Annie Darby. flflSflUSSSSflflSflSSSSSflflSSflSSSSSSSSSSSSSflflSS
Open All Day Mrs. Maynard Smith of Boise,| Mrs. Al Manassa and children ,Fresh Cut FILLETS I I Lb "

Jacksonville ,
6:00 AJ1. 10:00 PM, Idaho.Mayone Eileen Toppins has r e.j of.guests of Mr. -and were Mrs.. Sunday Robert i 1 Lb Bag
V A R S 13
turned to her home in Jacksonville Green. j I _
,Food, You Likt-,
r grandmother Mrs. Mayme Toomey. !'visited Vernon Crosby in St. 1 "" U m Father's Day Treat .
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cook Luke's Hospital Monday evening. Real Gold Frozen

and children of Flint, Mich. were Mr. Crosby is still in a critical' CHOCOLATE
h quests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. condition followinsr an autoxo- Cans FUDGE

Jaudon on Wednesday and'Thurs- bile accident last week j ji E 9C
day. i Mrs. J. F. Clardy and daughter 2u

Dean E. D. Whisonant and Miss Vonceil, of Zephryhills were I LAYER CAKES

Viola Aiken of Valdosta, Ga. were overnight guests Monday of Mrs. '
1 Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Clardy's daughter, Mrs. Carl Hunter i Fresh Blacke ed or Crowd

Mrs. T. H. Slade. and family while enroute to

f' Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyhad New Mexico. I PEAS 2 Lbs 25C :, -- By Jane Parker
as Sunday guests, Mrs. Elizabeth -'<' Mrs. J. T. Lawson and son; I I

Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. John Hal, returned home Tuesday aftera
Nasworthy, Glen and week's visit with relatives in II x
30 Nasworthy 8-/ncn
GIRLSBetween I
OR.40 Miss Donna Nelms of Winter Park. 'Dothan and Headland, Ala. : 65C

Jean Whitaker of Baxley, Ga. I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham Our Own .

is the guest this week of Joanne i had as weekend guests at their -. A-- JY EACH
Ages Of 16 And 30 Slade. I I!!i I summer home on Kingsley Lake, I 48 Count p/cg .<"" f", '"

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deaver of.Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rowton and TEA BAGS 29C

APPLY AT OUR t,OFFICE I MiamI, formerly of Starke, were I children of Tallahassee and Mrs. I Gerbers Strained
,.W. P. Randall of Tampa. JoAlyce
overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
I C. H. Nasworthy Monday while ,'Graham, who had been visiting ssrrsrrflflssspsfltessssrflfltpp FOOD 3 for 29c
enroute to Brunswick, Ga. for Mrs. Randall the past week, returned I Silver Skillet Corned

I their vacation. ,,, home last Friday. I Deodorant' .
Dr. C. J. attended The' Mrs. Daisy Perryman returnedto Lh Can
Big Dad Manufacturing Company I Florida Osteopathic Medical con- Starke Sunday after seven 'I I BEEF HASH 23C DIAL SOAP, small bar, 3 for 25c

vention in St. Petersburg, Fla.last weeks visit in Blackshear, Ga. Soap Powder
I Wednesday and Thursday. j j with her son-in-law and daughter, :I .
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Mrs. Izona Bradley of Miami ,Mr. and Mrs A. M. Moore who! xnt I I. # SILVERDU Si", Ige pkg 28c

I and_ Mrs n__ J._,B.__ SanD-- snent--- Mnnrtav: drove her here and spent the day Jemima Plain or Self Rising
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and :Tuesday with Mrs. F. A.with Mrs. Del Colley. and daugh I It Floats

Moore in Gainesville. Mrs. Mooreand ; terse 1 1I ''I FLOUR 5"Libby s SWAN SOAP
45C Ige 1 bar
Mrs. Harold Monk and sons,,I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiker of I 2 for 25c

Frank and Butch, of Gainesville I Indianapolis, Ind. are spendingtwo LUX

FLORIDA THEATRE spent Wednesday with Mrs. Sapp. weeks with Mrs. Weiker's I .... .
STARKE Mrs. L. B. Alexander of ofamily:I sister Mrs. Harry Lappe, and 1 Vienna SOAP FLAKES, Ige 1 pkg 27c

spent Wednesday with Mrs. A ,
Alexander. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Parker Bath Soap
Dedicated To Community Service -6ozCans
"Movie Are Better Una Eve Friends of Pan.ela Fay will be and daughters, Jackie and Pa-T e-,'j SAUSAGE 2 33C LIFEBUOY, Ige bars 2 for 21c
interested to know she is improving la. are touring South Florida this

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ai d as well as can be expected week stopping in Tampa at* With Face Cloth"BREEZE

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS after an operation in St. Vincent's JEamL I . l Ige
Hospital on Monday.Mrs. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Jr. Ann Elbow 29c

Sat., June 10 ONLY Tues., Wed. June 23, 24 Ella House. Fielder House spent the weekend. in Brooksville,t Page Spaghetti or
DOUBLE FEATURE -- -- and three children and Charlie Ga. visiting her 'grandparents, -SozPkgs <| ftC Oreo Creme or Swiss
tOT ROGERS TRIGGER Cahnington of Luoipkin Ga. visit- Mr. and Mrs. Daniels. I MACARONI 2
1M ed the Lawson families over the Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barksdaleand Sandwich
It pg gp'Ipq iwenA HERBERT YATES prwwu weekend.Mr. .
Mrs. Lola Mott
are spending
t and Mrs. O. W. White, Jr. this week at Salt Springs. I u u_ _u...

and son Bobby, spent the latter Miss Sue Biggs of St. Augus-/j Cold Stream CRACKERS Pkg 19
part of last week touring South tine visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie

Florida. Biggs over the weekend. No 7 Can .
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Q of Scottsboro, Ala. are visiting the weekend in Madison and then .
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. Large Bars
went to
on Tallahassee where she
at Kingsley Lake. t --- I .. I .,. Lux
( lutlu/ is attending summer school at TOILET SOAP 2 for 21c
Miss Merry Winkler is home FSU. Ann PagePORK
AND this week from the Georgia
stn un uo Baptist, Hospital visiting her Mrs. Willa Mae Denton and and IbCanCLOROX No Rinse SURF
SKYFULL i family are occupying the Kincaid l Ige pkg 28c
i ii t Rinlwc rlcruaE parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. BE'ANS 1 Oc
MOON Winkler. cottage at Kingsley lake the last
two weeks of'June. J Soapy Rich RINSO
Pius -Little Boy With Big Horn1|Plus "Playful Puss," Cartoon and Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Dawk- Miss: Ige pkg 27c
Virginia Sewell of FOrt "
Dartoon and Chap. NO. 9 "Captain Latest WfrM News. ins and daughter, Janelle, of Jack Lauderdale spent the weekend with Ii; .." White

tides"E. sonville will spend the weekend her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Angel Soft
E. HENDERSON with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. FACIAL TISSUE 25c
Sewell. Mrs. SeweD and :Mrs. M.
ROBERT G. GREEN Misses 'Nancy DuPre and Claire
Thur. Frt F. Brown took their daughters, Colored
June 25, 26 Jean Mundy were in Gainesville ,

SunM Mon June 21.,,.22 ,a shopping on Monday. Virginia on and Sunday Florence where, to Tallahassee they- Anlel: Soft FACIAL TISSUE 2

j Bruce Mathews is. spending his entered summer school at FSU. : .
vacation with his brothers, Lowell
Mrs. J. H. Fields and son.
and Virgil Mathews and their 7 Quart
Charles Fields attended a family E
; families at Neptune Beach.I I the 9"
i four in Bleach.
reunion at Lake Panasoffkee on one CLEANS, DEODORIZES ;;
Mrs. R E. Hazen
and daughter Sunday. Prepared Si: rch
Mary Frances of Brooker and I BLEACHES
Marcia Hazen and EUouise Thomas Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. Irene DISINFECTS I ,_" # .
visited Mr. and Johns were in Tampa from Friday -
Mrs.Jack Hazenat to Sunday and Prices in this ad effective thru Sat. June
were accompa- 20
Jacksonville. Beach over the Pint Bottle
--. weekend. nied home by Mrs. C. D. Williams QC Qt. Bottle 4TfC #1. "
lED W/Il.WJITH/1J} who was the guest of Mrs. Green 1#
LS 5S *1, .-tclC waMDWSW aMMIChfA6"( Miss Sylvia Alvarez spent thepast until Tuesday. Mrs. Williams and .. Aallrir. 'ou.O" IlT4nfl..liatl imin
.r- week in Winter Haven
N/- where
1 :Mrs. Henrietta Hunt left Tues-
MOXBf .rw4 she attended the graduation exec day for Hendersonville N. C. fora l-l-Gallon Gallon Jug J7C i b
rises .
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Pins "Country Mouse" Cartoon short visit before Mrs. Williams .
and Latest Mrs. W. M. Wimberly of Mulberry to Lake .
VTorld News Plus TJttle Dutch Plate" Cartoon roes Junaluska to attend JUG
is spending this week at the Jurisdiction School of Missionsfor .
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Adequate Protein I
II Mrs. E. C. Sapp Friday night.

.. ,SOIL CONSERVATION Aids Profitable We had letter
I a from :Mrs. Sue

/' N E ;W S Beef Production d n Myrick.friends She's in Ala visiting, also relativesand her son c 4A1 C No need (o worry about

and family, Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
: Bill Haas Consistently adequate supplies of the safety of jewels
\\f-f,. By ,> protein are necessary for profit- Myrick at Pensacola. your

." ;u- s. son CONSERVATION able production and maximum Mr. and Mrs. B. M., McRae and N \ and valuable papers. For
... productive life of beef and dairy, son, Lynn, were visiting Mr. stnd' \
vSoil SERVICE cattle and hogs according to Dr.I Mrs. R. c. Groover at Brooker just a few cents a month

. f' ; "- l George K. Davis of the Universityof : Sunday afternoon.
I \ safe
5'4' a deposit box is
Florida Mrs. yours
I:"' Agricultural. Experi- Thomas Gordon of Passa-
y and water conservation Harold Hazelwood used the District's ment Station. I By Geo. T. HugginsA' gott, Ala. was 0 visiting friends C&y' for absolute protection.

. farm plans have been delivered to Ifcne and fertilizer distributor "The problem of maintaining County Agent here last Saturday.Mrs. .
, J.W. Gaskins and Guy H. Reece. to put out Erne on the Brad- /
animals in .
as long a productivelife {' Extension Service J. W. McRae and sons,
J. W.. whose farm is located in ford School's athletic
County High
as possible is often a. very important James and Danny, are visitingMrs.
the Heilbronn Springs section, field. factor in the success or I Lost PersonsWe cows to prevent over-grazing and McRae's parents, Mr. and KEYSTONE STATE BANK"The
has his home place all in grass "You can't beat Bahia for all have noticed that
failure ofa livestock or the Flue- using cows or the mowing machine Mrs..V. B. Wheeler at Scottsboro
using Pensacola Bahia and White around grass", remarked John H. dairy enterprise," the animal nu- cured tobacco stabilization cor- to prevent undergrazing.Keep Ala. this week. Friendly BanV

Clover, He states that Pensacola Denmark a Bradford Soil Con- tition scientist pointed out.. I poration cannot locate Walter Your 'Promise Those who visited Mr and Mrs.
Bahia gave him pome good graz- servation District cooperator. Den- I and D. : Keystone Heights, Fla.
Bradley Merritt who
The dairy farmer who has a have A person's ability to follow Henry Cone, and Vernon Crosby
ing in 'this past dry spell. mark went to lay that he liked : in I
on turnover of cows every two years addresses County. If through with any promise or at St. Luke's Hospital Sunday Member FDIC
Guy Reece, whose farm is located Argentine Bahia as well as any cannot realize the success of one we can locate, these two men, our statement he makes can be a very i afternoon were: Mr. ,and Mrs. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALASPECIAL ...&
out the old Blinding Road, of the rest of the grasses. whose cows continue in profitable :information for them is that each important quality. I learn more A. J. Fender, Mr. and Mrs. Earl

.plans to use Pensacola Bahia and District cooperator J. B. White, production for from five to 12 has a stabilization check for tobacco and more that when you tell Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.

Pangola for permanent pastureand who farms in the Heilbronn years. The cattleman whose cows sold in 1948 and 1949. somebody you are going to do Jackson and family, Owen Alvarez, INTRODUCTORY SALE.!
White and Crimson CloVer Springs Over-graze or Under-graze something you better make an effort L
area says by using cover drop calves only every two or and Sherley McRae. .
for winter grazing. and grazing crops such as Hairy three years cannot complete with I Maximum returns from pastureis to do it. The B. M. McRae's were evening /j

We were discussing farm plans Indigo and Crimson Clover he has him whose cows drop calves every important now. Established As I was riding down the street I dinner guests of Rev. and

in District Supervisor J., R. increased the nut yield in his pecan year. The same holds true for the pasture should be kept in good last Saturday afternoon I yelledto Mrs. Alton Dobbs and family
... order for efficient and Felix Sapp that I would see I
Wainwright's office the other grove. farmer who raises hogs-a sow profitable Friday,
when Henry Laport, who District Green two littersof gains. him the following :Monday morn- WITH
day Supervisor Lloyd that drops only one or I Mr and Mrs. Vernie Thornton, CHLOROPHYLL
., owns the Pine Tree Inn, stated was talking soil conservation when pigs and stops is not nearly Over-grazing results' In poorer ing about' breakfast time. I was were dinner guests of his parents,

" that a soil and water conserva- he, said an acre .of.ground is not profitable as one that bears six pasture and poorer cattle. Over- there 10 minutes past seven and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thornton, C), : .
tion farm plan will help the 'newcomers getting bigger but our popula- to eight litters during her life- grazer grass results in not enough my place at the table was set. A Sunday, in Water Oak section. IAB8SIIfi WHILE
Bradford leaf surface left to moment later, in my plate were :: .
to County as tion Is increasing every day. We time. manufacturenew Mrs. A. R. McRae and little son; 1\-\
well as the' old folks in understanding are,going to have to increase pro- "It is neccessary for every animal plant material. The parasite two eggs, grits, home cured bacon .Buddy, and Mrs. Fred Pellum of ... -,. SUPPLY

the different types of duction on what land we have by husbandman," Dr. Davis said, problem becomes a azard when toast and strawberry jam. I don'tmind le i Starke, left Monday morning for W I -
soil they, have on their farms. using more cover and crop rota- "to raise animals that develop pastures are grazed too close to working with treatment- I Bradford, R. I. and they will spend LASTS!

:The soils map that Is includedin I tion systems.Soil i iI rapidly into good producers and the ground. Most parasites, in the that. 'two weeks there and will return' _-IEGUtAI X411! VAIVI

J the plan gives the different Conservation district coop to maintain those animals for a infestation stage, are attached to Cow. Testing Progressing home about July 1. KOCH DRUG STORE
, types of soil on the farm and erators in other areas state they life if he is to the grass. As the animals eat the Dr. B. W. Bigger, representingthe |

gives, the farmer. an overall picture have been getting good results long productive .real short grass, and sand along State Livestock. Sanitary Starke, Fla.
,of his farm. by using grass-sod in a long term achieve maximum success. rations -with it, they are more apt to be- Board is testing for T. B. and Eddie J. Lewis
4 Coaches James C Hobbs and crop rotation system. Grass builds Low protein-limitEd'vitamin come' infested with parasites than Bangs. You still have the opportunity -
often fed to swine being ,to make request for
when the grass is not allowed to your
.fattened for market may influence- become too short.Undergrazed this service. It is free to encourageyou Eddie J. Lewis, 62, retired TRADE IN
the reproductive of a gilt and in- pasture is not the to have cattle tested. farmer and school custodian, died I I

ti l Y ftiSe in'.J- terfere with her breeding, Dr. best because the cattle make poor Fertilize. Lawns Now Tuesday in an Orlando hospital
Davis explained. He recommended utilization of the forage they Your lawn will respond well to following a long illness. I

that gilts be selected for long- consume. Pasture forage is most an application of fertilizer now Mr. Lewis was a lifetime resi- WEEK

time production and be fed high nutritious when it is relatively A pretty green lawn is attractiveto dent of Brooker. He was a mem-

protein-high vitamin rations shortly short, bush, and green. Usually any home. About 20 Ibs. 'of ber of the Bradford County School DrAt
the dust off and the
keep beauty in develop
after weaning so they can -
from 4 to 8 inches is ideal. As 6-6-6 fertilizer will give you re Board from 1937 to 1941, and I
into prolific sows. the: pasture plants grow taller sults. If you used 5. complete ferti- served as chairman for two years.
Too often the Experiment Sta- and more mature, the fiber con- lizer like 6-6-6 or 475early- in Surviving are his widow, :Mrs.
Phone 80 Starke Fla.
tion worker explained, beef Battle and ,
tent the
increases the spring, you could apply about Amanda Green Lewis; a daughter -
have gone through a "pro value decreases. 5-7 lbs. of'nitrate of soda now. Miss Iva :Mae Lewis, Lake

tein-starvation" period" in winter The answer is easy to suggest Then sharpen your lawn mower. Butler; two sons, Malcolm Lewis, 2 PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE 179.95

and dairy cattle have been given but not so easy to practice unless Apply when grass is dry and wa- Lake Butler, and Allen Lewis, .

inadequate protein when dry, resulting you have .plenty of pasture and ter in after application. Watering Carp Pickett Va.} five sisters, YOUR OLD SUITEBALANCE
in loss of weight, partic- plots arranged to carry out practices the fertilizer is a good practiceany Mrs. Bertha Stokes and Mrs. Al- 40.00

/7 ularly "muscle" weight' and con- y6u would like to. Rotating time.parents berta Stokes, Brooker; Mrs. -
dition. When feed is ,
Lomie Surrency, Starke Mrs.
1 r cattle regain fat tissue, but loss yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyPINE the H. :M. McRaes. si39kL1 .95
Onnie Hunter, Lake City; and
of muscle tissue during such periods :Miss Eloise Dobbs of Starke
Mrs. Mary C. Thomas, Jackson- ,
;/ is permanent and the productive LEVEL spent Friday and Saturday night .
lives of the animals are with Sherly :McRae.V. ville.Funeral
services held
shortened. E. Thornton visited his 'aunt were
by Mrs. II. M. McRae Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
rxf Adequate minerals, such as cal- :Mrs. Fred McAlister of Lockloosa,
+ new miracle materials found only in o'clock in New Hope Baptist
cium, phosphorus, and in some tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaRev..Alton i who is very ill in the hospitalin
Church near Brooker, of which he
cobalt and are also Gaines"me1londay..
case copper -
DUCHESS Dobbs brought the I vas a member. Williams Funeral
JfcfeBLINDS necessary for maximum produc- Those who enjoyed the music
Home of I a: .
message at'Pine Level Baptist Gainesville was in chargeof NIII
tion and productive- life' span of and singing at the B. M. :McRae's

i Look for the Duchess farm animals, Dr. Davis ad- Church Sunday morning and eve- Saturday night were; Misses Kath-' arrangements. :.a..

ie S.a1!. Ifi your Guar vised. Young animals use minerals ning in the absence of Rev. W. E. lyn and Eloise Colson and Eloise
t dais. of Quality, Distinction. Recent Birth
+ much more efficiently than mature Hall with only 183 on time in Sun- Dobbs of Starke. Louie Prevatt .

l (l Nastk tape. that vlp dean ones because they need them day School classes: due to the: and Tracy Jones of Hampton G. Mr. and Mrs. W, O. Collins Jr.
; : f Sprlng-t.ntptr4 aluminum slats for growth but mature animals L. Lester of Waldo, and Mr. and
t rainy weather. of Starke announce the birth of a
have them also for satis-
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL must Mrs. Eldon Sapp and sons, Ru-
son, Oris Edwin, on June 17 in
f Rev. and Mrs. Hall are in Jack- dolp and Jo Allen of Heilbronn
large root system which will Doctors Clinic Hospital.
a up
sonville attending church at Berel teprings. I
prevent the soil fran packing, as I "
Baptist Church"where he was
well as adding, large amounts of Rev. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and -
organic matter to the soil whenit called to preach Sunday. mother, :Mrs. Inez Kelly, were : Picture
207-W Starke, Fla. is turned under and crops planted We are glad to know that dinner guests of the B. M. McRaes DOXT SAY fountain pen-SAY
on it. Henry Cone was able to come ITuesday night of last week. ESTERBROOK. A point for every I i

home after spending a few days in I :Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton purpose. $2.37 complete at BRAD] ... .. ,' ,. .. r
St. Luke's Hospital where his were evening guests of Mr. and(!FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. -- '- _. __ h, .. _
wife and Vernon Crosby are still
there suffering from a car wreck DRIVE I IT YOURSELF !

STANDARD OIL DEALER'SVACATION which happened a few days ago. -

We wish' them a speedy recovery. You want a car youll loth
Mrs. A. F. Hall and Mrs. C. W, ;,. '* be happy with-one that
McRae of Jacksonville were visi- ; performs a man,handless
t 4e'
tors here Friday. afternoon and easily for a woman. We

TRADE-IN SALE and were, accompanied home by believe Oldsmobile' the
Ardelia and Delores Hall who answer. That's why we're .

spent the week with their grand- launching this special "Double-Date"

campaign writing you to come in
factory production. a a and drive the Super "88" or ClasticNinetyEight

Another important productivityin ::; together. See for yourself

farm animals, the Experiment how the "Rocket" Engine rules thestraightaway
Station worker pointed out, .is o' 1 'tr how Ilydra-Matic'a
parasite control. "If internal and A Super Range levels the hills how the .
s TIRES external parasites are not controlled r Power-Ride Chaseia seems to iroa out

," he said, "not only will .- the roughest roads. Then .

current productivity of the animalbe .
reduced, but its productive life LET HER DRIVE I IT TOO !
will be shortened." with a"Rocket

Cj You'll learn that Oldsmo-

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.. ''' She probably told you
PRICES I J;; ". "" already how she lores
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Extra ChargeFor 1 .'. interiors. But at the wheel shell discover

Setting In Or Near .,r : that this big,powerful car is as obedient
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f i .:1lk ...........".,.."""""".."".."","T..."""",...."""""""' '''''-,n,,,,"' '''"' ." 'If:2M J have before we start is plenty of low stopped at our Market and I government .costs, we are referring -{I (OFFICIAL SEAL)the Charles Circuit A. Court.Darby
Clerk of
moisture in the beds so that the told us that you put a piece of to waste and duplication and ,I Marian L.:Cfosby. Deputy Clerk
: runners can really take root. It straw. on. the melon and If the not to essential services. I believe 6/5 it 8/2

'. a r 3 ;will be a terrific job to try to straw moves the melon is ripe. that major reductions can be

and out but He and not much BILLY 1 MA TIHEWS' made but we should differentiate .
: keep the weeds grass was a joker -
DIARY 3 between .. .. '
1 worthy and unnecessary "
I then during the dog days whenit help. We have quite a few of the --

.".. % I is so hard to get anything to ce-box melons. WASHINGTON \' projects., PHONE'218
-' .By Sam McGarrcy growr, 1 we might as well do that. 5. With kind regards, I am

3 I NEWS LETTER Sincerely yours,
The1 author win be glad to receive .
sy Finally got right field planted. ; George. Smathers COLONIALFLORIST
Items of Interest CODtern- And now that we have some
We had intended to plant field United States Senator
A moisture in the soil we can go
:;_ tat tin activities farmer com there, but were delayed -
Bradford County. Suggestions ahead and plant a cover crop of
may until it was too late, so we bought The House this past week passed tense' strong, because no one
be left at the Telegraph office or cow on the land where we'regoing
r sons hairy indigo seed (early) a-bill to create the Small Busi-j knows where the enemy win try NOTICE TO APPEAR
mailed to Sam HcGarvey Lawtey, to .plant our next crop of and sowed that with a Cyclone U Circuit Court Bradford County..
Administration with authority to strike next. Florida la
ness I Ckaaeery.
f berries.> No rest for the wicked seeder. At the start we. sowed on 'to make direct loans of pp to Sincerely Melvin Carrigan., Jr. Plaintiff vs.Mary FLOWERS

A..A.. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..'. .. ..-.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .aaaaaaaaaaa.. . . so the saying goes, and we would fort, but before we finished the $100,000 to small business firms, Louise Carrigan.Case Defendant.No. $354
amend it to read no rest for the Billy Matthews For All OccasionsDISH
-acres we're doing the job from and to'continue for one al- Notice To Appear.To 4
ii At last after almost six weeks from too little moisture. Since we wicked or berry growers. To year : Mary Loufse Carrigan, whose I
the tractor. It will
be interestingto
,. without rain we got several good have seen dry spells damage' our think that it is only a few months location and priorities authorityfor residence and address is: Ashevllle,
if there is differencein North Carolina.You
any defense and defense -
showers which bit. growing time after time until we have to set out more procurement
helped quite a crops are hereby notified that a
the results, but for the life of production loans and sub- i)
suit for I 1
During the drought our tomatoe: and without irrigation there was plants and then the endless .
us we can't see why sowing froma sidies. I am that in this bill Divorcehas
vines practically burned up, the nothing we could do about It. struggle to keep them clean and tractor or mule wouldn't be sorry standby been filed against you In the n
the House refused to
And also of the above named Court and cause aad
plants Booked forlorn wa- we are thinking growing.
pepper '. just as good as on foot. wage, price, rent and credit you are required to serve a COPT of GARDENS "
termelon vines failed to set much help irrigation would be in rais- your answer or pleading to the s"
.o controls to President in the
fruit, and in general just about ing runner plants. Going to use Well, we got tired of Myrtle the the complaint on the Plaintiff. \
of I do not Attorney Evan T. Evans. 18] POTTERY .
everything dried up. When the the tractor for power to run the turtle, the little pig we raised on If we could raise hogs like our event an emergency. June I, 1953 Law Exchange Building Jacksonville -

a bottle making a nuisance of cat Scarey raises kittens we'd be believe in rigid controls as a Dear Mr. Matthews: Florida
rain did come we felt so good pump. I DOTTED PLANTS
Amercianway and file the original In tne office of
about it that we went right on S. herself, so we took her down to doing fine. Seems like every time permanent part of our, the Clerk of the Circuit Court oner I ,
of life, but I do believe in Mr. Wood sent us a few copiesof before the *
the hog introduced her to we turn around there's a new Flowers Wired
working It was. a relief to Well here it is the first weeksof pen the event of a great emergency, your Bradford County Tele J day of July 1953;
Higgie, the sow, and told Myrtleto litter of kittens scampering otherwise the allegations of said
get soaking 1 June and we still picking a for 22, 1953, with the
are hurry up and grow so that we'll around. Anyone who wants a kitten for limited period of time not graph May Complaint will be taken as confessed AnywhereNona
e berries. As we started picking to exceed 90 days, the President special section covering our Trail by you.This .
have fine this winter. have one.
some pork may notice shall oe publishedonce
.:But despite the rain we jre back on December 23rd that should have the power to im- Ridge plant. each week for four consecutive St. StarkeCONFIDENTIAL
She is tiny, but she will be company .
going right ahead with our plans. makes 165 days in a row that we I. pose temporary controls. After Please let ire compliment you rranh.weeks In the Bradford County Tele- .. .
for the sow.. -- -
to install an overhead portable have been slaving in the berry Well, we're satisfied that- it is the Korean war started, Con- on the very fine job done }jn writing Dated this 3 day of June, 1953. :' -- .. ..,

irrigation system. We have talked patch. But we did make our goal possible and feasible to raise gress did not pass the necessary and illustrating the article. It -

about it before, but now unless which we set at the start of the A visitor here this week esti- worm-free corn around here.. We controls legislation until several is very seldom that a newspaper

something unforeseen happens we season (50 per cent higher than mated Joy's age at 23 years. We had heard that J. C. Sapp had months, and inflation cost the prepares such an article with so

.are going to get one. But beforewe the preceding season) and that almost flopped over when we good corn so when we visited him taxpayers of this nation billionsof much factual information. Re- $

went ahead we decided! to despite a bad growing season. heard that but we were assured we. got the story. He had 15 acres dollars. In these days of atomic porters, and editors too, frequently -

check with the men at the Uilito ,When we look back on this .past that it made no difference how of corn, dusted a total of eleven warfare, we should be preparedto seem to be afraid of puttingany

versity to" see what they would i berry season and count up the old a cow was, so long as you times ((48 hours apart) and in impose controls immediately,! technical information into

'realize that we spent take good care of her. To tell the process used 2,500 Ibs. of 5 and I believe the President should
'advise. The gist of their remarkswas hours: we such articles and, we think, often JA
ahead of time in the the truth, we don't care particu- per cent DDT. "J. C.' started have that properly safeguarded
"by all means go, it most our berry power : underestimate the interest of their
larly how old Joy is, for she pas dusting when the corn was
very ,
We like berries
will be one of the best steps patch. raising 1 readers and their capacity to ab-
talk- but it lot. of work ((13 a good investment financially, voung, did all the work at night? I
you've'ever taken", We also sure is a I Last week, I asked the Depart- sorb such information.We .
and she is a wonderful pet. Every and the result 1
ed to several farmers around months a year), was corn better ment of Agriculture to declare greatly appreciate your in-

here and they all approved of i e time she sees us she sticks out than 95 per cent worm-free. His the Newberry area a disaster area terest and that your advertisersand _
'! her tongue and rolls her eyes and example is encouraging, for we ..
the Idea The reason we have de- because of the drought conditions local business men in puttingout "
The more time we spend on we can't resist giving her some were wondering if could grow'
cided on overhead irrigation is you that existed. Since that'time rain the issue. s Service
berries the more we learn. For feed. She is due to have a calf sweet corn without those doggone Prompt -- Friendly
half has
oniy- about relief
that it takes as brought great and I am
instance, this week we found next month and we. must remem- worms in it. With kind regards and hopingto ##,##" ..# .... II' I I .
-,. much water as it does for surface happy to report that the tobacco
4 runner plants which had not ber to give her a few days meet you when I visit Starke,
irrigation. Thus we think syrup crop seems to be saved. This week,
rooted, with ripe fruit on them. time after- I am
before and for a short STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO.
that the 2" well we. have in the Ran into Mr. Phillips of Law- the farmers of Bradford county I.
And then we found some tintplants ward, as she suffers from aceto- Yours very truly,
truck garden will be large enough, which from tey, and he had a message for have sought help because of a. Judson S. Hubbard
to .had grown nemia (not a nail in her heart.) and I have asked ... Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store
; and it will obviously cheaper seed. We can appreciate how us from a friend., It was that we i severe drought Vice President and Treasurer

put in a new 2" well near our much* the folks around here did not have all the trouble that the Department of Agriculture to Humphreys Gold Corporation

i| kitchen garden than a larger one, know about berries when we' realize We measured Blossom, Daisy'stwo this: friend had far more troubles declare Bradford county a dis- Denver, Colorado .--"
; month old calf to see how have.. aster area.
I I. that some of them have than we We sympathizewith
she is growing. The young lady this friend of Mr. Phillips, Last Charles
been raising berries fpr fifty year Congressman -
We think that an overhead
now is 32 inches tall and that is
for know that others MOVINGLOCAL
we certainly Bennett introduced legislation to
y irrigation system will pay for itself years. two inches above Her' June 9, 1953
average. have their troubles and woes. insure the maximum use of Camp
in a relatively) short time by boy friend is Slugger, and whenwe Dear Eugene:
farmers District:
Poor we undoubtedly are Blanding in our It is -
ensuring an adequate and regular But we're through with our .
want to shut Blossom for
shot. We up (although we keep on trying) but hoped that the National Guard I was glad to see your editOrial! S Safe PHONE
supply of water, which should berry patch, by a long
won't I
the she
( get
night so
cry babies we are not. We know will be able to make much more of May 29 entitled "It's Too Late OR a
the mulch off Dependable
result in larger yields. If we get intend to rake the milk and I
get Slugger
) we
we are both lucky. of the while it To Howl Now" and note
beds where the use camp is on a your LONGDISTANCE 311
to three we put .
our irrigation system we plan Blossom follows. .. .. EconomicalR.
s basis. I intend to that are crediting both Sena-
and to raise a standby cooperate you
11 water regularly, BO that at no chicken manure try I
: .
time will our plantings suffer some runners. What we shouldIi While in Starke Sam boughta in every way possible to tor Holland and me with oppos- B. Alvarez OR

(iuh After delaying as long as .we copy of 'The Greatest Story further this project. ing reductions in federal approp- Agents For

dared' we finally dug our Irish Ever Told" a story of the life of It seems as though the shootingwar riations where we believe it is TRANSFER AND 250-J

( potatoes. We had planted four Christ. We have both enjoyed in Korea will soon stop. Noneof false economy to do so. Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO:.

bags and our yield was only reading it very much. God is the basic issues are settled, Since you refer to the problemof

about 60 hampers, .due to the everywhere when you live on a and the urost cheerful news about Bradford County hospital, it

Free TankWITH fact that we lost many becauseof farm. the truce is that our boys will not occured to me that you must STORAGEPerryman

Ii dry rot. However, if we had be killed in the prolonging of this share our views about these mat-

) dug 'em when the price was so Also got a copy of a book on war, which has lasted for three ters. When we make public state- Bldg. S. Court St. Starke Floritla.Top

low we wouldn't have gotten weather forecasting, and Alice is years. We must keep our de- ments that we believe in reducing

much for them anyhow. We have studying it diligently. It's funny,

them stored in the brooder house but when you live in the city,

PURCHASE OF and have good supply to sell on' the weather ddesn't mean so
our Roadside Market. much to you, but when you live

on a farm the weather is very a

=ANY NEW GAS RANGE and We.finally raised some this eggplant week we plants set Important. I '.' triumphttend in

sore out. The reason we're so Our cows seem to be getting!

late is that it has 'been too dry enough to eat these days, for

to set. !each one of them is in good

o shape. But we are already plan-

Slade Gas Co. Seems like our farming life ning on temporary grazing fon

This is just time'tlie one problem question after is another.: Whenis them for the winter.. 5O !,

watermelon .ready %to pick. Noticed that our black cows

PHONE 121 STARKE, FLA. We never raised any before, so need spraying more often than
we're trying to learn now to tell the others. Whenever we see the

when a melon is ripe. One fel- flies bothering them we mix upa v

gallon of spray, get them in the

barnyard, and butcher the flies.

The cows. love. it. It's Fords 50th birthday and you get the "happy returns" 4 1 Worth More"

1 ., Alice heard of the idea some- features that make your car dollars go farther than ever before in history!

where, so she tacked up a little
1 1 y
bag containing 3 per cent DDT

and Sulphur over the opening the
AUTOMATIC Years Forward tt1 rK(
Fifty -
hens use in getting out of the Sz
= the American Road
laying house. Knowing how fool- on

Ish' chickens are, you might know .
that they are scared 'to death. i.NM51 .

\M 1\ns\ every time they bump,, into it.


We heard of a cure for red

bug bites. Moisten a teaspoon of

8* L sugar with kerosene and swallow.

_ Theory is that kerosene vapor

I oozes out the pores and kills red

1 bugs. Not much choice is there.
t ,
Either scratch: and itch, or smell

like an old oil can.

!ti; Mrl.aoo .


(Senate TAX Bill HEED:No. 163) 1.rrRD

Q W. Welch, holder of Tax Certi-
ficate No. 44. Issued the 31 day of
i1tf May, A.D., 1)55. has filed same in
$289.95 my office and has made applicationfor
.. a. tax deed to be issued thereon.
Said certificate embraces the fol-
lowing described property in the

50.00 Tnide-In County. to-wit of Bradford State of Florida uiI/,

Oa Old Box Lot Ten (10) Block Two (J). .
; .. Y Sunny Acres S/D. Sec. 21 Township -
6 South Range 2J East.
The assessment of the said prop-

$239-95 erty was under in the the name said of certificate Wnv Davis issued, Jr. Your choice of Power -ggjgg V-: or Six-both offering highcompressionwhich
9 be .
Unless said certificate shall r .
deemed according to law. the prop-

... .............;....;...---:-' erty to the described highest therein bidder at will the be court sold leads Ford's field for "GO." A RIDE J. --'- that virtually

the first Monday in
house door on
Imagine all these wonderful featuresin the month of July 1953 which is '

one refrierator-blg. roomy ftUMCAE-t the t day ol July, 1)53. repaves every road in America. New CRESTMARK BODIES that are ,. \ \,
June, 1952. '
shelves, completely recessed in the door M: Capacity:7 A ra. ft. (OFFICIAL Dated ITfls SEAL 3 day) Charles of A. Darby -

actually double "front-row" space.. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford hull-tight against water-weather-and-noise. Your choice of 3 drives
PushButton Automatic o.frostiftt., County, Florida, 6/5 4t C/2i .
fv/U-width/ frMZtf compartment...frozen- I. Tie ('(r..1t C. rt Of Bradford FORDOJvttTICM"| \ and
Advances like
\ storegt drawer...rvst-mistant, removable yeasty. FUrlia. I. Chancery. \OVERDIIVE CONVENTIONAL -
A CAREFREE KITCHEN B. Lemuel Hater Plaintiff vs. Ruth
shelve...full-width Cril"' ...-SOrT-OlO- ""') ..
IS_THE HEART ( Hnfer, Defendant.
Interior Styling...Butt tSoo...five-year warranty Case No. SSI I CENTER-FILL .
Order 6f PmbliratUa Am. on the Electrosaver Unit! This is only one of nine PEDALS.'Uf _
SO SET YOUR HEART Apeart State .f Flvrlta T tRuth
Crosley Shelvador Refrigerator models-there's one to fit R. Hafer. whose residence Come in and see us.We're !
need at a price you can afford. nd address is: R.F.D. No. 2. Con-
your over, North Carolina. House!
having Open
coati 6t and thm-JODAri You are required to appear on
June :2)! 1)53. ia the above named
Court ad cause, wherein plaintiff
seeks divorce.. Bradford County Telegraph .
a shall publish this Order in

ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLYPHONE 'next!1)53.eat Witness at four Starke weekly my, Florida hand issues.and this Mar official U! ,. ANDREWS MOTOR CO. '

OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
As Clerk of said Court.

76 J. R. KITE, OWNER 125 E. CALL ST. Sy Charles Marian R. L.Hess.Crosby 204 Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life:1 Madison & Adams Sts. Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDAj I

Building. Jacksonville Florida. : _
Att,.. tor PI!. 5/29 4t C/l!

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1 1-2 cups sugar in or before the J limes B. Smith Plaintiff fs. Chris--
Social Security 23 day of June, 1953 t ne. Smith.. Defendant.
3 eggs unbeaten. otherwise the allegations of aid Case No. 9872 Io
3 cups sifted flour, omplalnt will be taken U confessed 1i.tie* To Appear.To .
Juiceof And by you. : Christine Smith; whose resl-
3 tsp. baking powder.
Question This notice shall *>. pabliiheC d ence and address is: 21 Merton N
an orange and 2 tablespoons .of once each week for four consecutive S treet. New Rochelle :New York. Fi'os
lemon juice and water to make reeks in the Bradford County Tele- You are hereby notified that a 1111111111111111
Answer ColumnDo fraph. alt for .
one cup. Now: Dated this 23 day of May. 1)53. Divorce, custody control and "
Combine Crisco.. salt and orange (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby B upport of minor child
Clerk of the Circuit Court. has been filed against you In the
rind. Add sugar and cream. Add know under >I 5y Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk. a bove named Court and cause and
you your rights
=PONCA. NEBRi- eggs one at a time, beating thoroughly 5/2S It 6/18 you are required to serve a copy tf
the Social ? \
Security program pleading to the
answer or
Sift flour ,and baking JVOTICE TO your e
APPEAR ociplaint on the Plaintiffs
Wherein I eelebrate oar 'seventh does it matter so much if we are powder add alternately with or- The Bradford County Tele- la Circuit Court Bradford C.utyc Attorney Evan T. Evans, 113 Ifrott !
graph, in cooperation with TedC. Florida, la Caaarery. Law Exchange Etiildlng. Jacksonville .- 1111111/0 I 0
to not appreciated mixture.
I so
'wedding anniversary' help ange juice to creamed Van Antwerp, of the Nancy M. Callahan. Plaintiff vs. Florida
manager .
., bury.,the aged and long ilL Iponder The fact fi do we appreciate others Makes two 9-inch layers. Cover Joseph C. Callahan Defendant. end file the original In the office
Gainesville Social office Case No. 9870
Security Circuit Court onor
all of> the Clerk of the
of and love humanity with white and rob
on the long lost dream with a frosting Ttetlee Te Appear. before the
Is publishing" series of question > .
: all of'us. our hearts and our Saviour with orange 'rind on coconut before To: Joseph C. Callahan. whose 13 day of July 1953:
and answer columns explaining residence and address is of said
, : 21J-Forest otherwise. the allegations
!., all our being. One would think at sprinkling on frosting.I the new Avenue, Massapequa Long Island, Complaint will be taken as confessed -s---- -Thiprr
falted" and the program. NEW 1Q53
The heart seventy the soul-searching wouldbe baked this for our wedding N'ew York.- by you.
The will drawn Your are hereby notified that a This notice shall be published
feet that fled. at an end. At that age one anniversary. I set the table in the questions be suit for each week for four consecutive -
And the hero that held so cool should be so filled with the Holy dining room with our best china from those most frequently\ asked Divorcehas weeks in the Bradford County

and strong without and we ate in style. Just Don andI by persons who have mlde in- been filed against you In the relegraph.
i spirit that one believes above named Court and cause and Dated this 10 day of June, UaJ. : :
And the wee glad bird with un seeking to find the mystery. 'as we were so busy we could quires at the field office. you are required to serve a copy of: OFFICIAL: ) Charles A. Court I
your answer or pleading t'> tie com- of the Circuit
not If that
sung song Last week we had three bodiesat you have a question Clerk.
I plaint on the Plaintiff* Attorney 1 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy
Here are asleep in the realm of once. I did not have time for Bye now, God bless you alL you would like answered, ad- Evan T. Evans. 103' Law Ex- 6/12 it 7/3

: the dead. writing my weekly visit with you. LOVE, LURA dress your letter to the Social change Florida Building Jacksonville. NOTICE N

;.' It took us six days to get them Security Office P. O. Box 42, and file the original In the office of Notice Is hereby given that the I
The shepherd who braved the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on bounty Assessor of Taxes for Bradford -
. night's black pall o buried I was 89} exhausted as HINTS TO Gainesville, Florida. That offic. or before the IS day of July. 1S33; j County. Florida will meet the _
only those who do this work can will reply direct to you. I otherwise the allegations of said ]Board of County Commissioners of _
. And the little lost lamb In with complaint will be taken as confessed I said County in the Office of the ............. ..
know the deep fatigue seeingso .
QUESTION will be 65 r
triumph borne HOUSEWIVESCANNING nex by you. I Clerk of Circuit Court at Starke.
much sorrow so much heavy month. I am regularly employedby 1 This notice shall be publishedonce Florida at 10:00: o'clock A. M. July _
And the moth Impaled on some each: week for four consecutive
i for the of
cruel' thorn lifting, so much of sleepless hours AND FREEZING the city. I. was in service for weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ith.1 hearing A.D.complaints 1953. and purpose receiving

and long, weary watching wait- OKRA four years In World War H.'Wil? graph. testimony as to the value of any
,Alike await the Father's ,calL Dated this 10 day of June 1953. Intangible .-''','
reaL personal or .
, ing.Robert I be entitled to any Social Security (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I property fixed the said ?',"
as by
Ingersol, supposed to be By Alice L. Cromartie Clerk of the Circuit Court. I personal
his Assessment *
, And who can say which will ? I County Assessor of Taxes on 'i;
"+ t an atheist, yet at the grave of The favorite of vegetables is By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. Rolls for the year 1953, ,
.: most be blessed his! brother uttered these words. ,'okra. Fresh or frozen or canned, ANSWER: Yes, get in ouch _______ 6/12 4t 7/3 and for the purpose of perfecting, aG
Of those who sleep beneath the with our office before your birth- !. The Circuit Court, Im A.d For receiving and equalizing such as-
it takes its place on the family Bradford Co.. sessments. The County Assessorof ...
ty. I.
sod? Life is vale Ckamrerr.In ,
a narrow
, and the Board of County
dinner table often, in season and day.QUESTION Re: Adoption of Rita Doris Avery Taxes '
"All we know was loved by God Between two barren peaksOf : I have two social NOTICE TO APPEAR Commissioners may continue in session ,.
out of season. from day to day for one weekor .M
And.here they found his earthly TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND
two eternities.We security cards and believe I have .
For out of season eating it's TO: Kenneth G. Avery, Shamrock\ as long as necessary.All .p.
s >rest. strive in vain to look beyond when canned frozen some, credit under both numbers. Trailer Park. Messena New York. persons owning property sub- .
delicious or in Bradford
ject to
the heights.We Can one be canceled? You are hereby notified that a notified to :r aR 4 shelves!n the door
Florida are appear
The! strong of soul. who in darkness and can be used in almost as petition has been fled in the above County. I .
} aloud and the only entitled Court at such meeting, or meetings, :; ... -1 for
/ stood. cry many ways as fresh okra. Try the ANSWER: Yes, this should be his wiferPauline by Long C. ,A.for Long the adop-and to make such complaints or give -:-- eggs

And the weak who quailed in answerIs frozen steamed and served witha done for your protection. Get in tion of Rita Doris Avery, a minor, such testimony as to the value of 3 covered jars

thebitter strife. the echo of our wailing cry. little lemon juice and lots of touch with our office and we will by the petitioners, and you are required any fixed property by. the County real or Assessor personal as of t Plastic utility
From the voiceless lips of un- to serve a copy of your answer i" pan
Each has here what he.missed butter. It's good In soups and be glad to assist you. or objections to show cause Taxes, upon his Assessment Rollsas '
replying dead they may desire ,' : 0 Hi-Humidity drawers
in life: gumbos, too. Frozen okra can be QUESTION: I know I may receive why said petition should not be Given by order of the Board of .
There comes no answer. granted,. on the attorney for petitioners .
The long-sought dream of fried, too. Do this by cutting pods $75.00: monthly'while receiving William N. Long. Miller County Commissioners of Bradford 3 gold finish Ice troy
But in the night of death County, Florida, June'11th., A.D.
BROTHERHOOD.William into 1-4 inch slices before thawing benefits. Does this mean Building:, Gainesville. Florida, and 1953.
Hope sees a star file the original in the office of the
Young Elliott_ And listening love can hear the rolling in corn meal and pan "take home" pay? clerk of Circuit Court on or before (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Clerk.Darby [ It's Both $319.95'
with the 14th day of July, In his ,
frying. Season it, of course ANSWER 1953 2t 6/19
: No. It refers
rustle of a wing.To office in Starke, Florida.
The-- above poem is called salt and pepper. your gross pay before any. de- Herein fall not or a decree pro NOTICE TO APPEAR Food Freezer and AND OLD REFRIGERATOR
"Burial Ground"* I know an eld- those who have faith, death Canned okra Is good for okra ductions. y confesso,: ou will be entered against !. Circuit Court. Bradford County The itparof* food

erly man In tha seventies that is will be a welcome release from and tomatoes heated through and QUESTION: I did not pay social witness my hand and seal of this I Florida. J. Manuel IB ,Chancery.L. Plaintiff. 'vs. Louise Refrigerator in One Irtnr ir..rerend
this world. Then all mysterieswill lemon Court in Starke Florida this 9 day i dons
served with butter and "Manuel, Defendant.
searching for the key to life. Why security tax on my selfemployment of June, A.D. 1953. i Case No. 9846 42 lIur"I
be solved and we shall know juice, and laid on top of field peas I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby' FROST-AWAY-first fully
are we'here he asks me? Where as thought this was op Notice To Appear'To per-
the why of things. I know it to be just before serving to heat tional. Clerk of said Circuit Court. : Louise Manuel, whose residence -I
Is eternity? Who is the most deserving any other way. They .look so through. Plan now to add varietyto is My-manager now says it 6/12 4t 7/3 and address is: Route 1, fected automatic defrosting that
compulsory. Is this right? Stoneville, North Carolina.
? So many things he"ques ,true as I work with those who the family dinner table by using IB Court Of County Judge, Bradford You are-hereby notified that a whisks away frost before it col-
tions the but the dead do ANSWER: Yes. Get in touch County State Of .
air not 'have passed on over. It cannot be okra fresh as it comes in, and Florida.In suit for ...
with the Director of Internal Re Estate of: Olive Elizabeth Ray Divor lects! So automatic never "
answer. I tell him: This is but a you A.ef feed
peaceful and calm. by canning and or freezing some NOTICE OF EXECUTOR FOR has been filed against you In the
few,:years here on earth as. a HELPFUL HINTS: A soda for later uses. Below are the die Revenue as soon as possible concerning FINAL DISCHARGE above named Court and cause and I notice it. A completely. new com freezer
for your delinquency Notice Is hereby given to all you are required to serve a copy of, :,; andbinajionrefrigeratorfreezer
the future
testing ground craker box makes a good liner rections. It may concern, that on the 10th day your answer or pleading to the com, with rekipsralor
life in eternity. If we believe as for a lunch paiL, Use small finger Canned Okra of July A.D. 1953, Olin W. White, plaint on the Plaintiff1" AttorneyEvan K(_ $3eJi G the am.
Sr. shall T. Evans 10? Law Ex-
'God, be grateful love Jesus his; towels that are fringed on the Use tender pods, wash and cut Theron A.apply Yawn to Judge the Honorable of said change Building Jacksonville, 72% of everything in it right H=>y'

son and believe .that he died on chair arms and davenport,. in- off stem. If small do not cut into NOTICE TO APPEAR Court as Judge! of Probate for his Florida at fingertips.j !.43 N. k'
final and file the original in the office of your cobl"er
IB Circuit discharge. as Executor of the
the cross for us. Question not the stead of lace for rough wear. the into water. Court Bradford Coaaty, *
pod. Drop boiling Florida) Im Ckaacery. estate of Olive Elizabeth Ray, deceased the Clerk nf the Circuit. Court on
why of things, but have humble Trim some of the rubber off your Cook 1 minute. If large cut into Natalie Haas. Plaintiff, vs. Law- ; and that at the same time or before the 29 day of June. No Down But Your Trade
he will 1953; otherwise the allegations of Money
present his final
faith that all that happens to us rubber food then it will rence Bertram Haas, Defendant accounts 1'3I
: scraper, 1 inch lengths and cook 1 minute. I Executor of said estate and ask for said Complaint will be taken as confessed -I
.Is for a purpose. The great sufferings fit into cans of baby food and Pack containers. Cover with hot Case No. 9840 their approval. by you.
Notice! T* Appear Dated June 8, 1953.! This notice shall be published
of the heart the tortures narrow necked jars.ORANGECOCONUT. liquid. Leave 1-2 inch head space. To: Lawrence Bertram Haas Olin W. White. Sr. once each week for four consecutive
some people put upon us becauseour CAKE: Ssason. Seal and process in a whose residence and address Is: TJn Executor. weeks graph. in the Bradford County Tele- WINKLER ELECTRIC S SERVICE

hearts are big and"full of love 3-4 cup Crisco or butter, pressure cooker pints 25 minutes, known. I .. 6/12 4t /3 Dated this 37 day of May, 1953. ,
be 3-4 salt, Your_are hereby notified that aButt (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
of humanity. Those people can tsp. quarts 35: minutes No. 2 cans 25 'ft .
*v* Clerk of Circuit Court '
hurt and hearth broken. 1 say, grated rind of 1 orange, minutes No. 3 34 mInutes Divorcehas NOTICE TO APPEAR tne :1 Phone 166
cans I IB Clrrait 13y Marian L. Crosby D/i>ntv Clerk
and pints 45 minutes in a pressure you are been required filed against to serve you a copy In the ol Florida, Ia Court Chaacery.Bradford. Coaaty, 5/%' U 6/13 i 222 224 Temple Ave. U. S: 301 Starke Fla: I

sauce pan. I' your answer or pleading to the com .
.V V plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
Okra and Tomatoes
Evan T. Evans: 103 Law Exchange -
Combine peeled quartered toma Building, Jacksonville,

I. toes with cut okra or small whole Florida.

pods. Heat to boiling. Season and and the file Clerk the of original tn the office of
V the Circuit Court ODor
INTEGRITYof pack hot into containers. Leave before the.Z9. !I day of June V A.GAFETYVALU E
1953; otherwise the allegations of
1-2 inch head Seal and
space. said Complaint will be talons con

conduct and dealing with better process in a pressure cooker, fessed This by notice'shall you. be published
pints 25 minutes
quarts 35 minutes
all once each week for four consecutive
thoughtfulness economy in No. 2 cans 25 minutes No: weeks in the Bradford County Tele

our serving' these mark the rePutable 3 cans 35 minutes -and 45 graph.
; pints
Dated this 23 of
day May. 1953.
quality of this well known firm. minutes in a pressure sauce pan. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I

Frozen Okra Py Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Circuit Deputy Court Clerk be matched !

pods.Select"young Wash thoroughly., tender,Cut green off 5/29! 4t 6/18 that cannot

DeWITT JONES stems In such a way as not to NOTICE TO APPEAR

cut open seed cells. Heat In boil- I. Circuit Court Bradford Commtr,

Phone 7 .Starke Fla. ing water: small pods 2 minutes, Julia Florida Stella.IB Caaaeerr.Plaintiff, vs. Guyseppe

large pods 3 minutes. Cool Stella Defendant. Case No. 98JJ.Voiice

I II promptly in cold water and drain. To: Gulseppe To Appear Stella whole resi- The Only Blowout Preventionwith !

Funeral Director Ambulance Service Leave whole or slice crosswise. dence and address is: Via Casal- i&r>

Pack into containers leaving 1-2 nuovo Divorce No. 79, Matera Italy. exclusive new U.S. Nylon LI FEW ALL

Our local funeral home enable 03 to' offer conveniences aria inch head space. Seal and 'freezeat I IHAi rr .

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r Christian ChurchCor. Presbyterian ChurchThe employed.Mrs. dren of Lawtey were Sunday Lake City. I Rev. C. F. Padgett and family for

Call & 'Christian Sts. Orrin Jones and children 1 luncheon guests of Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tapp and a few days last week.

Donald G. Weldon, Minister closing exercises for the has returned from a two weeks ]Mott." daughter, Claudia, of Chicago, I Recent visitors 'at the G. W.
Daily Vacation Bible School will visit with her mother, Mrs, H.W. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Yancy Ill. arrived Monday for a four Davis home were. Mr. and Mrs

Sunday, June 21-Bible, School be held Friday evening at 7:30 Frillman' of Fernandina. and infant daughter, who has days visit at their home here. I Laurence Williams of Haines City

9:45 a. m. Morning Worship and Vclock. The public is cordially in Mrs. Mary Williams, son Howell, been staying in the Claude Tapp Jackie Dyal, daughter of Mr. and Wanda Deliah and Donald
Communion 11 o'clock sermon vited. The children will sing some Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, and son Joe, Williams of Dundee.
; }home for the past month returned and Mrs Lloyd Dyal left last .
topic "How Good Can A Father of the songs they have_ learned were in Jax Sunday. to their home in Clarksville, Friday for a weeks visit in St. Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson and
Be!" Christian Endeavor Hour ..and will tell about their work Mrs. Paul Green, has returnedto Va.. last Sunday. They are ex- Petersburg with relatives. She infant son, Eric Sydney arrived
Rev. T. G. Mitchell At The Tabernacle. short Titusvffle, after disposing of
welcomes all to study a color film through displays and a her household furniture 'here in pected back in about ten days, and will enter Jones Business Collegeon how on Tuesday from the hospital -
"First Year' of Christ's )'finfstry" presentation of the theme of the will
L'ReappointedTo on stay in Brooker until Yancy the 29th of this month.
the Tabernacle Hampton. Little Eric weighed in at
Last Sunday corning _
school. An will be taken
at 7 nu Evening.Message, i offering his tobacco
p. opens warehouse in Bobby Mann of Dundee visited 5 lbs. 9 last
G. C. Mrs. ozs. Friday.
occupied by S. R. Wallis, Jr. and
pulpit was of the I
Starke MethodistThe "The Door of Life", 8 p.. m. t,to help defray expenses
Moore a Gideon of Keystone !school. children of Starke, were Sunday -
'The evening message Choir practice Monday 8 p. m. guests of her brother V. J. Slade
Rev. Thomas G. :Mitchellwas Heights I
and Sunday' SchooI begins at 9:45

First re-appointed Methodist Church as pastor of Starke of the was Jacksonville brought layman..by Syd The L. Rees men',of a Hebrews Bible Mid-week Study Wednesday Prayer of 1st Service 8 chapter p. m. of ajn.At 'the. il am worship servicethe and Mr.family.and Mrs. Bruce. Roark and I Sensational Miracle of Values Sale !

the church continue to carry on children
for the fourth year at the annual minister will preach on "The of Starke, were dinner
session of thetFlorida Methodist the services during the absenceof Prodigal Son." guests of their parents, the R. F. """""....,_. -
Conference held in Lakeland June the sponsors. St. Mark's Episcopal At the evening worship serviceat Dyals on Sunday. .
1014. The appointments were The first of the school teams Rev. Raymond E. MacBlaln Mrs. J. L. Williams entertained .
8 p.m., the pastor will preachon
read by Bishop John Branscombat scheduled for the summer monthsis J "The Message of Nahum." through out the day on Sunday,
the close of the conference on the Toccoa Falls Institute Schedule of Services her children, Mrs.Ed. Durban, and
On Tuesday, June 23 at 8 p.m., ::::::.
.Sunday, June 14. Quartette pianist and speaker SUNDAYS son of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. ::::::::
I the Women of the Church will
Some 132 changes were made (Hendon H. Brown), who will beat 9:45: a.m., Church School. 11 meet at the church. Mrs.. E. M. Frank Williams and family, Mr.

throughout, the conference involving the Tabernacle July 17. IUD.. Morning Prayer & Sermon; Davis is president of this group. I and Mrs. Marshall Matchett and
Mr.and Mrs. Marvin Williams.
6:30 Young People's Service -
-two former pastors of the p.m. I
Prayer meeting is held on Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffin of
Starke Church. Rev. Geo. Powell St.Edward's ChurchSunday League.
HOLY COMMUNION11st nesday night at 7:30 o'clock. The Jacksonville, visited his father,
transferred from the Lake
was Bible study in the book of Exodus s
Walter Griffin afternoon! sra
Wales Church to the Hollywood :Mass at 9:15 a. m. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- Sunday rees
will be continued. At 8 p.m. the and evening.
Temple Methodist Church in Weekday Mass 7:30 a.m. day 7:30 a.m.
choir will have its weekly
Hollywood, Fla. and the Frank Children's Class Saturday 11 FRIDAY i L. M. McCullough enjoyed a //////M..
Robinson was transferred from a. m. 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. salOn weeks vacation last week.

Umatilla to Grace ).{Methodist Keystone Heights 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. Thursday June 25 at 4 p.m.its Ervin .Young of De Funiak Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sot,June 20
the Junior Choir will continue
Church, in St. Petersburg, (Women's Club) Springs is spending sometime with
Jt reported at the confer- x Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Church of God weekly practice. All children his mother, Mrs. Verna Young. j.
was Prices
from 6 through 12 years are invited ?
ence that 19,361 new members Confessions before all Masses.' Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brookins of 152 Gall Street

had been received Into the Methodist Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- to attend. Jacksonville, formerly of this Everyday f _
Churches' of Florida duringthe PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Ing Worship 11 a.m. EveningS place are the proud parents of a
past year and that $530,000 CHURCH rvice 7:30 p.m. YPB 'Service son Michael Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Specials ToalH ,

had been given for World Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 0. BrdOkins and family are spend-
Sunday School 10 a.m. HAMPTON
ing sometime in Jacksonville
and Advance Mission Specials. 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Morning Service 11 a.m.. caring for the mother and baby.
was spent for cMurch Lacey
I Evening Service 7:50 p.m. 'Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hodges returned CHASE & SANBORN Pressure Pack Limit 2 Please!
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buildings and improvements: anda Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning by Mrs. HammondLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ... ,
.Prayer Meetings Wednesday
honeymoon on
total of $7,102,791 was spent Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving
nfeht 7:45 p.m. Saturday night Tuesday of last week and left on
for all causes during the \
year. Saturday, 7:30p.m.
Mr. Mitchell will preach 'Sunday Crisis?' Sunday evening at 8 p. Bonnie the 8 year old daughter Wednesday for their new home in C

. morning at 11 o'clock on the. m, the subject of the sermon will ef Christ of Mrs. fva Nazworth met I Meridian, Miss. Mrs. Hodges was COFrEE 19
Church Lb Can
formerly Miss Yvonne Brookins.Mr.
subject, "The Church Faces a bt "Why Be a Christian with a painful accident on Monday -I
Corner 10th and'McMahon when her hand got caught. and Mrs. G.,C. Gentry are .
i A. M. and 7:3l the
Preaching-11 in a washing machine wringer, spending week in Palatka.

P.M. pulling her arm thru clear to the. Mrs. Cleo Mew of Jacksonville Vacuum Packed (Limit 2 Please!)
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study spent the weekend with her sister ,
shoulder. She was taken to the
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Mrs. R. F.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke hospital clinic; in Starke by MayorG. DyaL
Bible School-10 A. M.REVIVAL Mr. and 'Mrs. Eugene Kitchens
P. Wadsworth where Dr.
Houpt took xrays. No bones were and family of Gainesville, were Astor Coffee Lb 75c
broken but Bonnie's arm was Saturday night guests of their
BOATDBAINThere uncle, W. N. Jackson and
*f badly and has to be car-
fptf. jr"r T r f" Tf ff r fjr r-r r f r f fff rjr.
will be a revival meet- ried in a sling.:
ing at Boatdrain Baptist Church H. B. Wiggins attended the

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town beginning Monday, June 22. Rev. funeral of his last aunt Mrs. Mel-
H. S. Wilson of Sebastian will be vina Ergle age 91, last Wednes-

Phones Office 234 -Pastorium 130i the evangelist. Everyone will re- day at' Plant City. .39cLIBBY'S (
ceive a cordial welcome.. : -C. C. Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and young- Grace G. BighamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mayonnaise Quart
*-ff rrfrfj-j-ffj-" f f r r r f rffff-fff j -,j-,-,,# I Harris, Pastor. est daughter. Connie arrived 4AA>

Sunday Sermons: 1100; A.M. 7:30 P.M. home on Friday, after spendinga
THERESSA week in, Dayton, Tennessee The annual Crosby family reunion -
Sunday School 9:-15 A JL- Training Union 6:15, PlM. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH where they attended the com was a gala affair last Sun- > s
Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preach- mencement activities of Wmilliam day. It was held at the R. G.
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P. I. ing Service 11 a. m.; Training Jennings Bryan University, of Crosby's on the Gainesville and
which Miss Norma May Sweeneywas Newberry Hi-way. The high lightof
Union 7 p. m.; Corned Beef 43C
8 p. m. one of the graduates. :Miss the day was dinner served in 12-oz Can

"A church earnestly contending Sweeney will return to Hampton, the yard. Relatives present were:
for the Faith which was once de- this week after attending the Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch, of Law-

SERMON SUNDAY NITE AT 8 'livered unto the Saints.Jude wedding of one of her former tey; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Crosby
3. A welcome awaits you. school mates, Miss. Alda May and son, Carl of Tampa; Mr. West Peak Bartlett Le Seuer Tiny TABULOUSPEARS
Williams, in Mansfield, Ohio, and and Mrs. Lonnie Morgan and
"Alas! For It Was Borrowed" -Merle Packman.. pastor. visiting friends and relatives in daughter, Hazel of Tampa; Mr.

SE\X.'TH'DAY Philadelphia and Sharon, Pa. and Mrs. E. B. Crosby and daughter PEAS FAD

A Sermon You Can't Afford To Miss! ADVENTIST CHURCH Miss Grace Dickinson, of The- Ann of Brooker; Mr. and
Services each Sabbath in old ressa, spent last week in Hampton Mrs. R, C. Howard and two chil-
as the guest of Miss JoanSweeney dren, of Jacksonville; Mr. and

, First(Baptist Church Hampton7 T Masonic>ath 'School flail 2 on pmt E.; Call Preaching St., Sab- jjfs. L. B. Crosby and son of No 2& C.n29c' 303 22 2C Lgs Box 27Y2C
; each second and fourth Sabbaths :Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May, Mr: Greensboro, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Odell Waters 20
and Mrs. C. L. May and grand
3 Elder Mostert, pastor.,
. Bob Gray, Pastor p.m. daughter. :Melody May, and :Mr.I and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Bible Study each Thursday 8
p.m. and :Mrs. Robert Cox attended IL. Z. Williams and family all ,of
10 a.m. Bible School, D. E: Hill, Superintendent Everyone welcome. family reunion barbecue picnic a,I Dundee; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Corn-Fed, Rib End, Loin

7 p.m. BTU. Frank Williams, Director I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST at Keystone, on Friday night. j Williams, of Haines City, Mr.
Mrs. Ethel McColskey of Lake,'and Mrs. L. A. Crosby, Sr. and .
8 p.m. R i rd., "Hour of Power" LATTER DAY SAINTS City and Mr: and :Mrs. O. R. son, Lamar, L. A. Crosby, Jr. of PORK ROAST Lb 49C
Services each Sunday in old Ma- I
Starke Mr. and Mrs.
Prince of Tampa were recent visitors ; Pasco Mott ,
"Come thou with us and, we will do thee good!" sonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday of Mr: and Mrs. M. L. Wat- and family, of Gainesville; Mr.

p, School 10 a. m., Sacrament Serv- terson. and Mrs. Herman Rowan, ofq.teensboro

'1' ice 6:30 p.'m. Everyone welcome; Donald McMahone of the Mer- ; Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Best Center CutPORK 1"
'5 chant Marines left Sunday for I Collins and airily: of Waldo:
l' Baytown, Texas, to board ship Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Crosby and
DELUXE after a vacation at home. son, of Gainesville; Mrs. H. P.

J MODEL Magic Chef 1 f f RangeEY Wm. Phillips of Jacksonville Gainey, Mrs. E. A. Gainey and CHOPS Lb 69c
46 spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs.C. children of Brooker; Mr. and Mrs.G. .
, A. Cox.E. L.. Davis, and family of Brooker -
t G. Skinner of Cocoa visited ; Mr, and Mrs.Doug Powers and

Mrs. :Mamie Meade on Sunday.H. family of Perry; Mr. and Mrs. U. S. "CHOICE" .Grade "Eat-Rite" BEEF
( "-"'- "'"b W. Priester of Palatka call- Carl Roberta of Starke; :Mr. and Go. Whole Country
.t ii -- ed on his sister, Mrs. J. G. Ad- Mrs. Claude Crosby and familyof

kins :Monday evening on his way Wesconnett; R. R. Carlton CuredHAMS RIB
Exclusive Features home from Jessup, Georgia wherehe and children of Fairbanks; Mr. STEAKS Lb.Lb.. 69c

.1 had attended the funeral of a and Mrs. R. G. Crosby, Jr. and
ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT cousin J. W. Priester II. family of Gainesville; Mr. and

Exclusive! Two top burners and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins and Mrs. Melvin Spooner, of Pahooke; i RIB
drip tray all in one unit. Catrpillovers daughter, Louise called on the E. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Tilgman and ROASTS 49c

J lifts like a feather 0 L. Kelleys of New River Sunday. children, of Gainesville; Milton,
t washes like a plate. Burners an Miss Doris Parker is confinedto I Kenneth, Hal. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Eat-Rite Beef Chuck Meaty Eat-Rite Beef
'i non-clog, &imroer-. Instant her home with a throat ailment. Mott, of Brooker; M;. and Mrs.
ROAST lb. 39c SHORT RIBS Ib. 29c
I automatic top lighting. \.J. Frank Brown and Mrs. Betty Ardell Crosby, of Starke Mr. and Lb 89c I
May are attending summer schoolat I Mrs. R. G. Crosby, of Gainesville Eat-Rite Plate Freshly GroundHAMBURGER

SWING OUT BROILER the U. of F. at Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. H. B. Crosby and family of STEW BEEF lb. 19c lb. 39c
Raleigh Brannen, Mrs. M. Brooker: Clinton Norman Heil-
Exclusive! Open the door and the .. of
broiler swings out ready for use. I ; B. Layfield of Hampton, and C.I'bronn; Mr. and Mrs. Lane Good- -
Convenient, smokeless. Fun to fix -..'' H. Layfield and Jack Simmons of t son, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Crosby SUPERBRAND Colored Quarters
sizzling, savory steaks. Gainesville visited Mrs. Blount of and son, of St. Petersburg.
Tampa, Sunday.Mrs. Visiting relatives here last Monday -
GUARANTEEDEach Bender of Melrose, visited I, and Tuesday were Mr. and
rane is guaranteed for one \ i! the Raleigh Brannens Thursday.Mr. .i I Mrs. Talmadge Kelly, of Tall:.ha -
year against defects in workmanship ', and Mrs. Bill' Tilly and Ksee.ti,I MARGAR1NE Lb 19c

or material. Burners are I t children of Stark'e- were recent i Weekend guests of the H. H.
guaranteed for life I guests of the Carlton Chastains.I Motts were Mr. and Mrs. Herman

a \ Mrs. Lacy Wynn, has returned I i Rowan and Larry Crosby ef .

after spending a week as the i Greensboro.

guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eldred[ Mr. and Mrs.: Haxilton and CLOVERBLOOM Large Golden Ripe "+- Crisp Calif. A
Duncan of Gainesville.Joel Mrs. Mary Sapp and three chil- I

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FRIDAY JCXE 19. 1953
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New Commander Former Resident Ing in Township S South, Rar.ge Tnls notice shall be put.tlshed
f Game CominissiollRestocks 22 East. I once each week for four =onsecutivmpb .

Killed In WreckDaniel From Wednesday, July 1. 1953, we.eks. in the Bradford County Tele-
r Fills Committee through 12:00 noon. Saturday; August Dated
8, 1952. inclusive at the City I ( this day of June. in! ",

LakeslnlhSedfi M. Smith. 72, a former HalL OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyMartin
of the
Posts '<* CARL JOHNS V Circuit Court
In Legion resid nt of Starke was killed and Registration Officer.: ,Ey L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

: and four other persons were in- 6/19 2t 6/26 6/15 ft T 10
j, (:''has- S. 'Partln Jr./Comtrandert \ired in a two-car collision near NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR

American Legion Post 56. yesterday n Laurinburg, N. C. last Saturday.Mr. The'Reglstration Rooks of the !. Clrcnlt Conrt. Bradford Conntn
7-:; ,: :; Smith was riding in a car City of Starke Florida will be open Florida IB Chancery.
announced the appointment for the
: C / registration of electors from Ruth Celentano. Plaintiff. Daniel
Several lakes in Bradford and 1 4z t2j driven his brother James
: of Gene Long as program ,chairman by Wednesday, July V 1. through 12 CelenUno. Defendant.
been Smith 63, a Gibson Fla. druggist. o'clock noon 0'1'Saturday.. August I Case No. 9830
Currie as house counties have recentiy
and Cliff Clay 8. at the City Hall. Notice To Appear.To .
t; and refreshment committee chairman restocked- with fingerling black : In making a left turn, the CARL JOHNS.Registration l : Daniel Celentan whose residence -

1953-54 Smith car moved into the path ofa Officer. I and address is: c/o Duca, 35
: for the year bass, according to Miller V. 6/19 2t 6/26 Rosemont Avenue East Patterson,
car driven by a Laurlnburg ,
The Commander also announced __ New Jersey.
: :of W T. Coram oiner,. Commissioner for the V Negro; NOTICE TO APPEAR j; You are hereby notified that a
: the appointment V 7. V V fn Circuit Coart Bradford Co..ty'Florida. I suit for
r Jr. a member of the local post Northeast Division of the Game t V Post office officials said that : In Chancery. : Divorce

the Brooker Fish Commission Smith ordered his address changed Michael Fleming. Plaintiff, vs.I'has been filed against you in theabove
;; and principal of and, Freshwater to Washington Honoura Fleming, Defendant. (, named Court and cause and
:'_ school to 'serve as one of the Lakes Kingsley and Geneva were ., jr.LI about a year ago Cake No. 9SS3'otlee you are required to serve a copy of
: annuals j. C. During his residence here \ To Appear. your answer or pleading to the
Tcwn Counselors at the estockftd last week, and other VV V he lived on the old Koolbaugh To: Honoura Fleming, whose residence complaint on he Plaintiff's
State to be held in Tallahassee and address i is: 20! Park Attorney T. Frank LandrutT,
lakes soon to be stocked are place south of Starke on the Key- Terrace Hartford. Connecticut Starke, Floridaand

V beginning June 21. Smith Johnson,: and jtone Heights road. Jfou are hereby notified that a file the original In the office of
attending Boys Brooklyn suit for the Clerk of tKe Circuit Court on
The two boys between 70,000 Divorce, custody, control and or before the
State from this county are C. W. HalL Altogether, bass AOTICE TO APPEARla .support of minor childrenhas I 20 day of July. 195"::
of Hampton. sponsored by and 100.000( fingerling- black' Circuit Coart. Bradford County. been filed against you In the otherwise the allegations of said
other above named Court and and Complaint will > taken coufessJd
to these and Florida IB Chancery. cause as -
added i
will be
the Legion post. and Marion Harrington Arlene C. Parks Plaintiff, vs. Jessie you are required to serve a copy o*I by you.
of Starke. sponsored by. lakes before July 15.: i:: P. Parks Defendant. your answer or pleading to tht This notice shall bit publishedonce
each week for four
that Case No. 9S77 :complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney consecutive
th-- Ratanr----- Club..- Fisheries biologist I Notice Toppe.r.. T. Frank Landrum weeks In the Bridford County Tele
both bream and black bass shouldbe whose residence Starke, Florida. I graph.
The new slate' of officers for I To: Jessie P. Parks and file the original in the office Dated this 17 day of June 19.,'

Post 56 was Installed at a meeting added to a body of water in Dover and address Air rase.is: ITS Dover FerryingSqd. Dela- of the'Clerk of the Circuit Courton (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. uaroy
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
insure better or before the
here on June 9 with Past Depart- the proper ware. 20 day of July. 1953; By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
ment Commander Frank Falsoneof fishing for both species. Finger- You are hereby notified that a otherwise the allegations of said S '19 4t 7 14}
to the suit for Complaint will be taken as con
will be
Tampa. serving as installing ling Divorce and restoration of fessed by you. 1NOTICE TO APPEVRIB

office Mr. Falsone also 'had lakes where bass are now being maiden name This notice shall be publishedonce Circuit Court, Bradford County
breamare 31. L Johns Bradford County Wildlife Officer, watches as' F. W. Weston fish technician from Winter has been filed against you in the each week for four consecutive Florida In Chaucer '
charge of preparing a spaghetti placed when the fingerling above named Court and cause and weeks, In the Bradford County Tele- Raul Funtanellas, Plaintiff, vs.
Haven the"Sh.e that lets thousands
supper which was served, preceding ready. Bream restocking is opens of fingering: bass into Lake Geneva. An interesting group of you are required! to serve a copy of graph. Marina Jiminlan Funtanellas. De

done between Sept. 15 and local sportsmen also watch the operation. your answer or pleadings to the Dated this 17 day of June, 1953. fendant. Case So. 9SSJ
the installation, to members -usually complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Notice To Appears

V and a nwrfcer of distinguished De, 'I.Joiner. William D. Morgan. Clerk of the Circuit Court To: Marina Jiramian Fu&taneUas.
501 Clark Building. Jackson By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. whose residence and address is
-out of town guests. went on to say that the Limits 506 Bradford Aged Get $22,895V ville. Florida V 6/19 4t 7/10 377-3nd Avenue Astoria Queens,

New' officers installed at this current restocking progiam was City and file the original In the office of Long Island. New York.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB KOTICE TO APPE.Rhi
You are notined that
hereby a
time were: Chas. S. Partin Jr., another effort on the part of the or before the Circuit Court, Bradford County suit for

Poet Commander; W, T. Coram Commission to maintain a high In Welfare Checks During MayA 20 day of July 195; Floridai In Chancery. Divorce custody and control of
This notice shall be published Ella Davis Kinney. Plaintiff.
Continued from Ruth
( page one) minor child
Jr.. 1st Vice Commander; Ben level of good fishing for both ance eah: week for four consecu vs. Gene Kinney, Defendant. has been filed against In the

Suslow 2nd Vice Commander; T.i local and out-of-state fishermen.The The election to decide the issue total of 87,984 persons received needs, for rent, medical costs and tive weeks in the Bralford County Case No. 9881Votlre above named Court and you cause and

C. Hazen .Jr.. Finance Officer built assistance. grants in Mayas other basic. living requirements Telegraph. 1953. To Appear.To. you are required to serve a copy of
; Commission recently a will be held in conjunction with Dated this 17 day of June Gene Kinney. whose residence your answer or pleading to the
Ray Stone Historian; Chas. series of brush piles to provide compared with 88,006 in April, accounted for the increase.Of ( FFICUL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and address Is: General De complaint on the Plaintiffs
election in
the regular city September but the grants were to the total out to / Clerk of the Circuit Court livery. Rockmart. Georgia. Attorney T. Frank: Landrum
Schaeffer. Sergeant at Arms; L. cover and food 'for small, fish. but separate ballots will up paid recipients -: Vf Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Your are hereby notified that Starke, Florida

H. Gibson.. Post Adjutant; A. J. The commission maintains hatcheries be used as now living out- 4003209.50 as compared with t through the public assistance e/19 It 7/10 suit for and file the original In the office of

Thomas Jr.. Post Service Officer; at Winter Haven. Wewa- persons 3993217.50 in the previous i program of the Welfare Divorce and restoration of maiden the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
limits not
side the are
present name before the
and John Godwin, W. H. Graham, hitchka and Holt, and the federal eligible to vote in the regular month, Sherwood Smith, State Department, 52.806t551.25 came Court has been filed against you in the 20 day of July, 1953;

and J. 0. Gay (members of the goverment has a hatchery at welfare director, has just advised from Federal funds and $1,196- InTfce Bradford Ountjr County.Jadft'H FloridaIX above named Court and cause and otherwise the allegations of said
election. you are required to serve a copy of Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Rev. S. E. Sparks and T. R. Con- 658.25 from the State's Robinson
Executive Committee.The general RE'Estate of Bertha .
VVelaka which also furnishes your answer or pleading to the complaint by you.
Persons now residing within the nell who District Five Board fund. Wiggins Herlong, Deceased.TO .
are revenue on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. This notice shall be published
next regular meeting of the fingerlings for Florida lakes. The city and who are..already registered Members.The The aged received $2,872,971 ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Frank Landrum, Starke. FlorIda once e..cn week, for four consecutive
Post will be held of these hatcheries ; : weeks
Tuesday night, output runs in the Bradford County Tele-
into will automatically be eligibleto increase showed up in the those caring for dependent children Xotice is hereby given that I and file the original in the office of graph
June 23. Billions
annually. vote in the limit extension referendum Old Assistance $931C95.50 the blind have filed my final returns as Executor the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Dated this 17 day of June. un
fltn snssnrssnspsns.r" ,,.,,,, F I Age. program where ; of the Last Will and Testa- or before the 20 day of July (OFFICIAL; SEAL) Charles A. Darby
and it will not be nec- I reviews of circumstances are on a I'I'I $149,143. ment of Bertha Robinson Wiggins 1953; otherwise the allegations of Clerlr: of the Circuit Court

:cessary for them to reregisterfor yearly basis. Rev. Sparks and Mr. That oreant that 66,416 ag d Herlong.; deceased; that I have filed said Complaint will be taken as confessed B') Marian L. Crosby, Depufy Clerk
petition for final! discharge
my by you. t/19 4t 710JllI
this purpose.A Connell explained. Fewer aged persons received grants to help and that 1 will apply to the Honor-

2 JiisvcnoiciieeIquiIity3 legal description of the area persons received assistance in them meet the minimum living able Theron A. Yawn, County Judge ;
of Bradford County, Florida on Men's.futhing
that it is proposed to include May, he explained. over the stateas needs: 18,455 adults received July 10, 1933, for approval of the ALVAREZ----S----T---ORE'
within the new city limits is con a whole, because many are I grants for 47,451 children to help same and of for the fnal;Will discharge of Bertha as Robinson Executor :11111 II Established 1894 II

'/, .. ? tained in a legal advertisement in now getting Old Age and Sur-i I them have food. clothing, shelter, Wiggins Herlong. deceased.

this issue of the Telegraph. Roughly vivors Insurance (Social Security) I[and other essentials; and 3,112 JOHN MORGAN WIGGINS as1
Executor of the Last Will and
this to in amount sufficient to take:I blind aided. The
however area extends : an persons were Testament of Pertha Robinson YYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyGIVE

Just beyond the State Farmers care of their basic needs accord aged received an average of Wiggins HerInn.V ".

Market, north on U. S. 301. ing to the. budget standard used 43.26; the blind, $47.93; and for 6/l 4t 7/10 ; DAD -

Just beyond the R. B. Alvarez, by the State Welfare Department the children. $20.68.

J2jo5S Faxon. and Flynn places on Old in determining the amount a person Here in Bradford County, 506 I. The And County For Bradford Judge'County Coart, !. A New or Guaranteed Used

Blanding Road. requires to live. There were aged received $22,895.50; 25 blind Mate Of Florida

125 PAY WEEKLY Just beyond the W. C. Powell other factors such as death, which I,received $1,203.50; and 183 family IN Deceased.RE: Estate 'of: J. B. Carlisle Jr., Watch For Father's Day

resulte.d in.the lower number of groups with an ayerage of be Notice of FinalDlxrharce
b..i.nA d I. i l.i S. i d .J and Buddy Bishop homes. on New Filing Petition For
I ,
Road. Old Age Assistance recipients. A I tween two and three children received Admialxtrator # I
AlWATSUKI i::' ii I i I Just beyond the C. B. Johns larger allowance' in determining 1 $10,144.50.HiY : : WE. HAVE A LARGE SELECTION GOOD USED :

THIS V I'ciiIIinifl'frn and F. O. Peterson property on Notice is hereby given that I have WATCHES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
filed my final returns as administrator -
V State Road 100 south. Summer Program Leading of the Estate of J. B. Carlisle GUARANTEED

PUONE2&SSTARKE: FLiCCVSsrssflflpflsps Just beyond Thomas Truck Jr.deceased; that I have filed .
my petition for final discharge, and SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSpSSSSpSpSSSSSSsSSSS.SpSe
Terminal on U. S. 301, south. Softball LeagueHiY that I will apply to the Honorable ;

Just "beyond Adolph Gay Theron A. Yawn, County Judge of
flflsspsssssssssflssssnsflsfl I Off To Good Start is the Bradford County Florida on July
leading-in second
erty on State Rpad 100, west. IS. 1953, for approval of the same
Just beyond Gladys Edwards half of the county softball league and for final discharge as administrator SSSSSSSS SSeSSSSSSSSSs srr :
with of 4 wins and of the estate of J. E. Car-
a one
property on Brownlee Road.
lisle. Jr.. deceased. V f
Bradford County's summer loss. Alvarez is runner-up with WILLIAMS JEWELRY
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Just beyond Lorenzo Green June 9. 1953. V
for school children .
home on State Farm Road.If program 3-1 whileS Lawtey has a score of AL KAY CARLISLE.

'. It is voted to extend the off to a good start this week with 3-2. Slade Gas is trailing with J.Administrator B. Carlisle: Jr.of,the deceased.estate of I I West Call St. PHONE 153 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAA.

limits as proposed, Starke will 140 registered for the swimming one win and 3 losses, while Bland- 6/19 H 1/10..

1 7fffH increase in area from around 960 program, and 70 for the library ing brings up the rear with 0-4. NOTiCE '

program conducted by Mrs. Payne. Tuesday night saw Hi-Y defeat I
acres to an estimated 3200. Its As provided by Chapter J1945
population would increase from the Additional registerations are be- Lawtey 5-2, and score another Acts of 1941 notice Is hereby given AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI'm

ira. received daily.Thirtyeight victory in the nightcap by eking that the Game and Fresh Water
RADIO present 2,901 to from 4,500 or Fish Commission of the State of
5,000. students are coming out an .11-10 victory over Bland- Florida, under the power and authority I r4Z1 f

from Lawtey and Heilbronnfor ing. Last Friday night's games granted said Commission by
A special act, authorizing an .
w AND Section ;0 Article IV of the Constitution -
the swimming sessions which were rained out.
election on the issue was passed of the State of Florida. as
I session. are held daily at Kingsley Lakein Tonight (Friday) Slade will mended and ratified by the voters
at the 1953
TELEVISIONSales legislative ( Florida on November 3. 194, infficial
the Blanding reservation at 7:30 Hi-Y ,
Camp meet Blanding and meeting held in Tallahassee

Around 30 students are registered and Alvarez at 9.Unclaimed Florida, on June 3. 195) has closed 4 I
__p U a 5trsSrSfl Boy Scouts AdvanceThe for the' afternoon program at a certain area in Bradford County.I .4
Florida, as a Refuge for an Indefilite -"V
awtey under the direction of Checks period ef time in accordancewith Santa
: regular monthly Boardof Mr. Hailer notice appearing In the Brad OnFather's
V V and Service ford County Telegraph under dateof
Review of the Scouts school childrenare Await Some GrowersOf :
Boy was All parents and September 1!. 195!. V

ksrps.npssspss5ssss: srrrrrtrss rtrtssstrsfl held last Thursday. Jan Mundorff, invited to see the educational A copy of such Order is flIed with -.4

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Kelly films which will be shown at the Flue Tobacco the Cornty Judge and with the :1V
Charles Kirkland. Robert > Secretary State. t
Hampton School house each Monday The outside ,boundaries of said .
and Charlie Manier went up for Several persons. once listed as area will be posted.C. .
night at o'clock. Next Mon- *
PACE. DireetnrCame
residents of Bradford or Union
Star rank. Harry Green scout day's program will include three and Fresh Water

CiiI 'f i Jt 31itt'iID. !>. 1'iij.fllll ))X master were, Mr.the Stevens Board and of Reviewers.Mr. Starling "Amazon fins: "Florida.Awakens"Wealth, and or Waste""Our, Counties awaiting,.. them.have- representing unclaimed checks pay- Commission., It -6/19 I :4at i DavAD'S t

ments made by the Flue Cured -
American Crossroads". NOTICE TO co\Tncrons
,I I Tobacco Cooperative Stabilization Office ..f the State Road Department
FOR RENT-Thrtfe rooms and bath FOR SALE-\Vasheteria doing be- V The most popular phase of the I Tallahassee. Florida I
Corporation for 1947.
cottage with large screened porch tween $200 to S0 per week. Cash program the swimming sessions years June 10. 1953 J J1UUSt
and shady yard. Also furnished price $ .OOO. Contact Mrs. E. E. W. C. T. U. at Kingsley is in chargeof 948, and 1949. The Cooperativehas fO'STRI.CTIO'IID MUTKACE \-I GIFT

and unfurnished apartments close Henderson. tfchg been unable to deliver these PROGRAM ,
In. 201 W. Madison St. tf FINISHES Coach James Hobbs who has Sealed bids will be received at i \
FOR RENT checks because of incorrect addresses I
-Unfurnished house. In- Tallahassee. Florida, from qualified
1 NVO[ WELL KNOWN FINISHES just returned from a courSe in
FOR RENT-Smalt furnished houseon t1ulre at Bus Station. tf and various reasons. Contractors until 10:::" A.M. 'E.S.T.) :

West Call St.. very nice.! Rent I TOR AUTOMOBILES LIQUOR swimming instruction held at Only two werelisted in Bradford on the 30th( day of June, 1953, for Be Better Than Average E
reasonable. Mrs. E. J. Dow'inj. i LOTS FOR SALE on .;\ND LACQUER. Chipley.The the construction of the following
Blandtng Highway, north side. be. County: Walter Bradley and projects:
Sr., 531 W. Call St. or phone In.J'1'
V itcng 'I tween the two cement:, bridges. 1 (NATIONAL VOICE.) swinvring classes: are held State Project, Job No. 2806-104
I. mU from Call St. bridge. Write D. Merritt. The latter gave his State Road No. 18. Bradford County.
twice daily, beginning at 9 a.m.
4 :.1 to Mrs. Luelna )t. Wynn, Bess.nt address as Brooker.In In Brooker. Work consists of paYing Shirts
Road. Rt. X, Box !-C. Starke. Fla. and 2:30: p.m.ith a different Union County the list included and incidental Items. A Proposal Sport $1.49 to $3.95

; tfchg group at each session. Each session Guaranty in the amount of .

Ice Cold L. Allison of Lulu, and the $((2.500.00 will be required.

I LET IIIX J.OLE D dDOM.VOIR JR. .1CSTARKE with 30 last minutes crore of than instruction an hour and !01l0ingith Lake Butler ad. i I either A Proposal a certified Guaranty check consisting, cashier's of House Slippers $2.50 to $$3.95 E I

I CATTLE- SALES AID_HOGS fJ.THE AT < the rest free time. dresses: Willie Bass, M. Grant. check. trust company treasurer's, E
WatenuellonsSTARKE Live Oak Rack Wednesday FL-: Dee Keene. Joe Merritt Lowell E. check or bank draft of any nation- j\ .
The Junior Baseball schedule al or state bank, in the amount
r..f-vUI. F..10 Pi4dav Parrish M. D. Roberts and Lon- j
got under way this week, and it stated above made paval-le tn the \
nie Solomon. Chairman of the State Rnad Depart- I 1 Pajamas $2.95 to $3.95 I
AT RADIOS- REPAIRED- j jAH Fri., Sat. June 19, 20 is hoped to organize an intermediate Persons who know any of the ment. must aecompanr each bid. j :
I Hake* All Models i team right Several All checks or draft shall have been !]
-'Ua_aable barges guaranteed DOUBLE FEATURE away. above are asked to advise themto Issued Within CO days of the date I!
ICEPLANT CHAS. SHEPHERD boys from Hampton will play on write to the Stabilization Corporation for receiving bids. Certified checkt \EPolo Shirts 95cto$3.95E$ }
[ fa W. call St. Ita rILe Pk. 23il BOMBA AND THE the; intermediate teaoit hall have the necessary State of i, -
1 Box: 2713, Raleigh N. C Florida's Documentary Stamps at- |
I P. T. Noun over-all director of

I TED-Oraduate nurseV ot1' i JUNGLE GIRL the summer program, states thatit for complete information.: tarhed All work I. to be don In accordance
licensed practical for general with I Shorts & Shirts 69d[
Plans.! Specification" and 49c
I SOl duty. Doctors Clinic Hospital With Johnny Sheffield is not too late for children to Special" Provisions of the State I to
W. Call St.. Starke. Fla. JI
.. tf I AND register for any activity, and urges FHA Tour Set Road Department. Special attention -
all who interested to Is called to "Notice to QualifiedContractors" E
FOR SALE i" x 8" x IS" Concrete are sign up .
RENT tu nlaheJ
FOR CompleUlr
!and any Special Provisions
Block tie each. Plenty of SUNSET PASS at once. I f Swim Trunks
apartment with b tl\ and $2.95
Cirax I Mortar Mis and Cement. Brad contained in the Proposal up
rltttric kitchen. Mrs J. M. Milch ford. I i Form.
H, tOS W. JUdlson. ttchg 94. Company. Phone tfl ; With James Warren Clifford L. Currie, County Plans. Special Provisions and .

j Plus Cartoon and Chap. 5 of Burned Peas Cause Supervisor for the Farmers HOT Proposal Forms will be furnishedto
FOR SALE-It 110fttjold Angus FOR SALE-3 bedroom house on Qualified Contractors upon appllatlon Boxed Handkerchiefs
-Secret Cod Administration In Bradford. Du ,' to this office f..r th- of $1.00
Bull wen bred. Reasonably pric large let. Has big screened back Selal Wednesday Alarm sum up i
ed. DoYle E. Conner. tf porch,and fenced backyard. EquipPed val. Clay, Nassau. Union and St. t900 ",hch! wilt be refunded only
with of a regular bid Is submitted. T1"" .
attic fan. automatic floor
8U.F.SM1WINTEII furnace electric hot water heat Sun., Mon., Tues, An overcooked pot of peas at Tohn Counties announced today Standard Specifications may be :

owro F WORK OR ON SHORTER er automatic B-endix washing machine June 21 22 23 the home of Leon Ellington on that a tour will be made by all: purchased for 1100 per ('np). Plans E Anson Jewelry $1.00 E It
HOURS Write UI Immediately I and ,Venetian blinds thru- -ommitt''men of the Farmers with or .without Special Provisions I up
regarding opportunities to Hell out. Doubti garage with extra I West Lafayette St. caused a run may be purchased for }*00 per net E
conBumer*' nearby RawlelKh 1 large storage room connected. 4G i THE MISSISSIPPI by the fire department Wednes- Home Administration who are Proposal Form will not be Uued !
Products full time. No W. Moreland. unl.. l. $1 up Neckties $1 Socks 49c
exper See J. T. Moore, day. The Ellingtons who now serving, or have served In the request received at up up I
ience needed to start For interview Pure Service Store. Corner "'al- GAMBLER occupy I..t S4 hour prior to opening bM E
V write' Ra,. leigh'. Dept FAF i nut and Madison. tf an Adolph Gay rental house past, In this capacity, on Thursday The right U reserved to reject -

270-1JS. Meraphio. Tenn.. Hit IN TECHNICOLOR weren't at home and a neighbor June 25, beginning at 1:30: any or all bids.
Dad In For A
FOR RENT-J room apartment all home with about 2 arre Small Starring Tyrone Power seeing the smoke from the parched p.m.In FLORIDA

furnished private bath and entrance down payment balance like r..nt. Plus News and Cartoon peas thought the house was on announcing this tour Mr. Richard H. Simoson! Chairman!
to couple or two Kirla. SO! Delightful suburban location. Mrs. Sam P. Turnbull State JIIgh
fire and turned in the alarm. Currie stated that all of the comTitteemen way il
Lafayette St. Itn! W. H. Noilman. Stark.. tf Engineer. CREASE RESISTENT PANTS

I Wed., Thur. June 24,25 Estimated damage: one pot of << who have served either 6/11 2t 1/2&
FOR RESTroom furnished or I FOR SALE-Four room furnished the Farm Security Administration -
nnfurnUhed cottsre at Kincsler. or unfurnished! h..n_, with front peas. NOTICE
Court on Kinsley Lake Road near and rear porch and workshop InQuire DOUBLE FEATURE will be Invited to attend. The The Registration Book of the 1

Camp Blanding. I no. E. Nuernber.r tit Cherry -St. Up tour will consist of a brief discus- of Starke will be open for registra City From $5.95
.I'. \Iie1ev O-wrt. !to II- Recent Births sion in the Starke office on the tion of qualified electors residing in i iE
FOR RENT .Buildi FOR RF"TF".lsh.d1'.. Poet Offie.. Available July t. With Mark Stevens and Jean !err and }, : subject of 'The Place of SuperVised the City of Starke. Bradford adjoining County -
Earl ,
vartment with rTUcV l'jt h" h Call Mrs. Brown. 157. rs. Thomas ,
Up Florida. To-Wit
Kent Credit to :
*nartment of IS 4 S. Tbomp- Kirby announce the birth of a, Family-type Farmers EH of Section 29: ill Section 1
.*... Call m-J._11* GOOD BUY FOR QUICK SALE-a ANDBachelor in Northeast Florida. The except SEU of SWJi Section ; E I .1
bedroom furnished home* screened laughter Sylvia Earlynn, on June committeemen will then be taken which exception U at present 21 In, S $ ]
POTATO VIVES FOR S.u.-U perM porch living rm. dlnlng room.rfwlArn Mother 15 at Doctors Clipjc! Hospital. the City Limits: W1$ of SeetUn
I mt hem: I* per ,I. TOM c 1'1. bath and kitchen on lot to visit several family-type farm- U; W% of Section 27; all Section .
them. N. a Coleman GrIrflR.arke. Lo... U-lOo. 1 block from Cre"hou"dus ers who have been benefited 2J which lies South
With and
Ginger Bogm Mr. and Mrs. Warren and East of
\ W. Winkler
Itp TnF'l stop and Tempi Ave. The
Alligator Creek: E% of DEPARTMENT STORE
the credit WU of
HsIr$ supervised :11
74t I
,...,. Grand St. Up announce the. birth of a daughter. ., Section U; NE% EtJ of NWM:
PF.'T-T. K4roo- of the Farmers Haxe
program I XH of NEU of SW14 and NU of
furnished hone_ ("or. Christian WANTED Experienced mechanic Plus Latest News born June 17 at St. Vincent'shospital. I Administration in and around gEVi section S2; NH and N\4 of Starke Fla. :
and P' tt Sta. R. E. MunAorf. Green Buick Co. Phone 22C. Si i Section JJ; JJWXJ and N'H of]
phone m-J. Itchg Starke. lip p Starke. SW'Seet1OA U, all lying and be- #





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