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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1cki* 1 ; VOLUME .SEVENTY-FOUB STABKE FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE 26, 1953 r NUMBER FIFTY
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; end of 1953's lucrative pep- remained fair through last Satur \$1000 In Cash And -Jewelry

8 per deal seemed in sight this day. During the week ending

week as prices went into a tailspin June 20, 4,622 tubs of pepper

klP. 'rs a and many farmers ceased were sold at an average of $3.40to -
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harvesting the plump green pods bring growers $15,714.80. Powell Tract Footprints And
x ,..y4r that ha ye done much to put growers Total pepper revenue at the

,r iql here in'the black during. an Stark market this season now Tire Tracks Form
otherwise dreary season. stands at $70,233135' for the z

A thousand bushels of pepper 16,214 tubs sold through June 20. Favored Site

of the Starke Lions dub, Clifford L. Cur- were offered at the Starke. market It is believed that when the Brooker Principal CluesThe

rie was presented gavel ,by H. A. (Tony) Reeves _(third from left) Monday but the price range was sales are. added to this figure' Sheriffs office believes local

at a Ladies Night supper and installation ceremony in the Lions Den from $1 to $Z.5O, contrasting it will show that pepper has For HospitalAt a5. talent was not responsible for the

Wednesday night of last week. Standing with Currie are Dr. Seymour sharply with $5 and $6 peppera brought more money to Bradford bold theft of a small safe from

Marco, new Lion Tamer (left) 'and Bill 'Kronenberger, director week or so ago. The fact that growers this year than the old I Priest's Ten Cent Store here some
the crop is maturing in other standby, strawberries. The berry a meeting here Thursday time after midnight
Sunday. But
(right). Currie succeeds John A.Torode. states was given as the cause of deal, one of the poorest on record, afternoon of last week, the Brad- whoever got the spoils did all
this time were:
Installed at
Other new Lions Officers who were the price decline.. brought only 8389626. ford County Hospital trustees vot- right by themselves. The safe _
Hugh Ingram 1st vice president; Frank Broadway 2nd vice; presi- Tuesday's offering was less' M. R. Judd, manager of the ed in favor of the L. G. Powell a miniature 20x20x27 model

dent; Maxie Carter, Jr., 3rd vice president; John Anderson, secretary: than, 500 tubs, which sold from Starke market, states that buyersare property just east, of Starke on ,< ," contained around $1.000 in cash-

Joe Andrews Jr. treasurer; Richard Carter, tail twister; and director $1 to. $1.75, and a further decline on hand .to take all the red new Blanding Highway as the site .. and valuables. '
A. and C. S. 140 tubs and chocolate they can get. of the proposed new county hos- .r0' < .
: Konenberger, Torode, Jerome Johns, Chas. Darby Wednesday saw only pepper / Although footprints and tire

Partin; Jr.Foll01o1ng. bringing from 75c to $1.50. Only However, due to the low price pitl.In tracks galore were left in the

Miss Eva Ann. one buyer still remained on the offered for this type of pepper re-negotiations with Mr. ., soft soil of the
the Lions were entertained by ... <, Magnolia Hotel
the supper .. > .w<: .'".
few growers have shown an interest Powell, the owner agreed that the "" ,, -,_.z.. .,, ....;t.> back
"x yard where
television show. platform. tt.'sI the theivea
"Grandma" on Toby Dowdy's ,. .
Kemp, known as hospital board could a '
purchase .
Volume held up well and prices in this deal to date. I >. : parked during the raid all lead
500-foot frontage on the highwayat :;I 1

New Band Director Takes Over July 1 1O. Launches PicnicIs a total cost of $8,000. The i I : >' vCl3.de have Sheriff so p.far D.led Reddish up a said blind yester-alley,

Rotary Humphreys original price of $6,000 was based G. Priest, manager of the local Priest Ten Cent Store, points day'
on a 400-foot highway frontage.At 'I I
with broom handle to the blades of ventilator fan at the rear of the Entrance to the
a meeting to' be held next Priest Store
C. S. Partin, supervising principal DriveA Thursday afternoon the architect, store, which were bent back to allow thief to enter the store In the was,gained through a small open-
Fund
of Bradford High School, announced Scout Shaping Up Sanford Coin will present preliminary \ early morning hours Monday.. The unknown intruder necessarilyhad ing made by bending the bladesof

yesterday the appoint- I ] schematic drawings the small frame as opening was only 7 1-2 inches wide and 24 inches a rear wall exhaust fan. Once

of G. A. Rimert as band director. whirlwind campaign for I Plans are progressing rapidly i .propose structure, from top to bottom. inside. the intruder unbolted the

His duties begin on July 1 as a funds to support the Boy Scout for the third annual picnic *f j ..nn. .....,..-.... -.. rear doors of the store and let in
part of the regular summer program program'in this area--was launched "" ".. nmln... !....:::" '' .> his assistants. After that it was
Gold Corporation em- ] .
Mr. Rimert replaces Carl at Wednesday's meeting of the Humphreys .', .K' an easy matter to carry the small
City Registration
Roberts, who organized the Bradford Rotary Club Twenty-two mem- ployees. The event will be held 4, '. w._, 3 :. .,...:...<< ;.... v ., safe a distance of 25: or 35 feet
July
Band four years ago, and who bers volunteered to take five this year on. Saturday t '$ "': to the waiting vehicle.

recently requested a leave of absence names each of prospective contrib-., on Kinsley Lake approximatelyonehalf 'w I -- Contained it the safe were:
4. SyY.Y4. utors to be solicited.C. 1 mile west of the Florida Starts July 1st $620 in bills;

Mr. Rimert has been band director .A S. H. Nasworthy, who presidedover National Guard enlisted men'sclub. ':# .. $72 In silver;

at Malone, in West Florida, the meeting in the absenceof Approximately 500 personsare tiA4 Twenty silver dollars;

$since 1947. He has served as President Harmon Morgan, expected to attend. Registration the books will Hall open for $37.87 federal tax money in a
Wednesday at City
secretary for the Sixth District, e S pointed out that this will be the The picnic is under the generalhsirmanship both n a arc zipper tobacco pouch;
the registration electors in
Florida Bandmasters Associationfor first Scout fund drive to be :- t>t E. C. Weichel Jr.. and electionsto $16.86 Florida sales tax money;
the regular special
several here i lant superintendent assisted by' An assortment of old coins
years. staged in three years, and
be held 8.
Tuesday Sept.
His musical career began in his urged everyone to contribute !!the following committees: bin 11:0. I which Mr. Priest collected as a
Newcomers who have resided .
home state of Pennsylvana wherehe generously. He pointed out the IT.. H. Carey; food and drink; W. hobby;
within the city for the past six
played with theatre orchestrasand gnat strides that the local troops, ;|,M. Beam; swimming and lifeguard Three checks in the amount of
months, are eligible to register, .
dance bands. including two both white and colored, have made Leon Gray; children's $25, $17.73, and $24.62;
entitling them to vote in both
years with the famous Fred War- here in recent months. I|'1Imes. E. S. Beebe; jeep rides, I) Two diamond rings and a class
elections.
,ing organization. Mr Rimert's Horace S. Williamson Scout'W. O. Cannon: door prizes, E. Rrox a> aj ring belonging to Mr. Priest's,

specialties are instruments 'of the A. Rimert Executive with the North Florida : tickets T. C. Coran; coloredpicnic The two elections to be held on wife and daughter;
Sept. 8 will be for the purpose of: j--. i Various valuable papers and
woodwind group although he per- Council, Jack McComb assisted by r Y
,spoke briefly drawing a
forms proficiently on all band in- I Teq DeSue; ground and shelter 1. Electing a Navy, a Chief of l iiiii>> :i' a ''V w r 1 (Continued on page eight)
between ideals
of .l
2 His jarallel) the
hobby .
ban
$ <
? |jMflposjtiqjis. ; Fendricki Police a City Clerk and two ..,,. '
been oreparations. C. J. j
.tnnnept{ .1-J4! } fri mecessfally collecMng) !' ,ea- has 236 in his lervice upon which both Rotaryand I Councilmen. .J., ..t1\ '

( teaching band for several collection to date. "Church'pre- the Scout movement ,are purchasing S. L. Jackson. ; decora- 2. whether not the ..y: ... ,:".. .' ,<- .. .,j I .
years. ti inn M. R. Baggett: first aid J. Deciding or fIfoit -N,.'. ,. .,l..-t,' ,.. i
ference J. Lutheran, but attends ased.> Good Scouts will grow up city limits of Starke shall be extended Saturday Closing
The Rimerts have three children, Baptist where no Lutheran congregation .- 'to make good service club members C. Fong; horse shoes, C. T. Lee; to- include,new territory ,_ Deputy-CecJl'Sevvea.makes. plaster:,casts-of. =,--foal t".aftdtire .
1 all of whom are musically talented. "* I he said. 1 I electrical, H. K; Da\1sj masic; all four sides of the town. tracks left in the backyard))of the Magnolia Jlott"1"b re thieves On 4th of July "

During the war"Mr Rimert served All former band students and Also present at the meetingwere Don Page. Persons who are registered for parked their vehicle behind concealing shrubbery while making the:

with an army band stationed in new band members are requested : Earl Hardee of Gainesville, The picnic for colored employees the regular election will be eligible raid. Planned Here

Hawaii Other musical experiences to meet with Mr. Rimert at the finance chairman fo the Alachua will be held at Whitte- to vote in the special limits I -Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Telegraph-

include directing and traveling band room in the USO building on District and Frank Green, Dis- more Lake also in the Blanding!election. I In accordance with the Chamber -

with_, Shrine: bands. Wednesday, July I, 10 a.m., to dis- trict Chairman.One reservation.The I Persons residing outside the of Commerce schedule of

He has composed and arranged cuss the new band ,schedules. new member, Circuit JudgeG. Social Club recently votedto present city limits but within the New Big Dad Unit To Start Producing .holiday closing most Starke business -

L. Patten was welcomed into spend $150 on door prizes for affected area will be. eligible.,to I houses will be closed all day

I the club at this meeting. the picnics. These will Include a vote in the limits election if they I Saturday, July 4.
Hampton Baptist Church Wins Award portable radio Mixmaster, blender, register before the books close on After Vacation Shutdown At Plant HereA This is the first time in recent

"lectric percolator, casting rod, August 8.Separate. I years that the holiday has fallenon
Alvarez Leading nylon:gear reel, and canned hams. I Saturday, the big shopping day
ballots will be used
Official word has been receivedby The picnics are sponsored jointly vacation shut-down is being .produce 100 dozen Western Jeans lof the week in this community.
for the two elections.
the pastor! and congregation of Second Halt by the plant management and i observed at the Big Dad Manufacturing I I per day. This is a new item for Merchants feel, however, that it

the First Baptist Church Hamp the employees' Social Club. It is Co. plant from June. 26 !,the plant which has heretofore wouldn't do much good to remain

ton that their church has been R4. i Alvarez wrested the lead In the restricted to plant employees and Juniors Win Over through July 6, after which plans I I manufactured work pants and I open as most folks would be head-
second in the Town second half of the county Softball
awarded place d their guests. for further expansion with the sport shirts.. ed for beaches, lakes, and other

and Country Church Development league last Friday night by beat- Springs JJ-0 addition of a new 50-machine unit I I When the new unit gets into recreation spots anyway.
Program sponsored by the Sears- ing Hi-Y 145. Vic Frees was the ,
full the will have
; .. will gcr forward. swing plant
Roebuck Foundation through the xr. i Y vy3 winning pitcher. Keystone Vote Edgar Akridge pitched the Post The new machines are already from 150 to 160 employees witha Bible Talk June 28

facilities of the Town and Country Present records of won-lost are: S6 Junior Baseball team to an installed and a few of the new weekly payroll of around $5,000.

School of Emory University.Dr Alvarez 6-1; Hi-Y, 5-2; tawtey, other victory last Friday night on girls who will be added to operatethe A Bible talk "Great Signs of

J. F, Cooper Florida chair- 5-2; Slade, 1-7; Blanding 0-8. the local fetd shutting out High additional unit have already No Cattle Meeting I the Times", will be given by K.

man of the program announced The deciding game in the second Set For July 14 Springs 11-0. The visitors never been given some training. However I Garrett a representative of the

that the awards were based on half will be played by Alvarez and got beyond second base. the company has currently There will not be a Cattlemen's Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society -

proportionate progress as'presented Lawtey. If .Alvarez wins,' they Tuesday night's game with issued a call for 30 or 40 addi- Association meeting tonight (Fri- I of Brooklyn N Y., in the

.In a project showing'what each J take the second half. If Lawtey A special election will be held Green Cove here was rained out. tional girls between the ages of 18 day) according to an announcement ,Starke armory Sunday, June 28,

church has done towards develop. wins there will have to be a playoff 'n Keystone Heights on Tuesday, Thursday afternoon the locals and 30 for training.The I by the County Agent's of- at 2 pjn. The public is invitei.

Ing a Better Church Better Community July 14, to fill two vacancies on were scheduled to play High new unit is designed to fice. No collection will be taken.

and a Better World. I the City Council and another va- I Springs there, but score was not j'' ---- -

Each _church participating 'prepared cancy In the office of Town Mar known at time. i

a booklet depicting the I t 4-H Girls Camp I shall. Next Tuesday press afternoon the Juniors I Keystone Lions Install Officers, Induct Members 1_

progress that has been made in i The Council vacancies were occasioned I journey to Gainesville,
the past with an especial emphasis Begins Monday
I by the resignations 0? .
on the last several years. [
C. L. Sipe and D. E. Willis earlier -
Evaluation; was made on the 20 Some 30 Bradford County 4-H Robert ), StStth '
Florida entries by a team com r Pastor Bob Gray Club girls will 'leave bright and Ution3 was, that Sipe and Willis Given Fellowship ,5.,
posed of R. W. Blacklock. E. F. arly Monday morning for a

Debusk and C. H. Willoughby i University Summer School, and. week's CAMP at Camp McQuarrienear the disagreed members with of the the majority Council on of For Study At Yale \ I S ;

and the Hampton church was the 'the Crooked Ltk They'areleaving
Hampton church will receive '
'I I various matters pertaining to thecity's Robert J. Stith has been award F '
only Baptist Church in the stateto $100 in cash as well as a certificate somewhat earlier than administration and decidedto "
receive recognition. There I of usual, but will likewise return ed the J. Lewis Crozer Postgraduate '; S 5i -
recognition. The First ,
call it quits. The
resignation
churches throughoutthe earlier due Fellowship for further study,
were 1,400 Presbyterian Church of Crestviewwas to the 4th of July
of Marshall Bill
South that entered the Dermody was in New Testament,at Yale Divinity -
pro- holiday on Saturday. They are
awarded ,first place in the likely linked to the same 'con- l t .'
gram. contest. expected back in Starke about School New Haven Conn. He #'-
I troversy. received the B. D. degree at Crozer '
The Hampton church committee 5 p.m. Friday. J r

who prepared the booklet was Florida PopulationTo The local girls will camp with I I Remaining members on the Theological Seminary, Chester, Pa.

led by the pastor, Rev Bob Gray, 4-H members from Putnam and Council are Walter King, F. E. with the graduating class of May, a ,.

and composed of the following Be 4,000,000By Volusia Counties and will enjoya I Stitchberry, and Fred Dodd. 1953. I

.members: D. E. Hill. Frank Williams full program of swimming, The Council met Thursday night Mr. Stith son .of Dr. and Mrs. :' 5-. 5 5 5
1960 Is ..
fy1ie
Mrs. K. B. Watterson Miss GuessThe crafts, and recreation. They will I to examine the petitions of candidates M. C. Stith of Falls Church Va.,

Martha Home, Mrs.. D. E. Hill andEmol'J' be accompanied by Miss Dorothy for the vacancies. received his B.A. degree from
population of Florida will
Brown. Wake Fofest College, Wake' Forest -
Ross, county home demonstration ,
be
approximately four million
the I by I N. C. in 1950. While pursuing -
Awards will be made in agent. Engineer Group :
I960, according to a survey made'
his studies at Crozer, Mr.
of July at the com- I I
latter part 1
the week will 1Y
by The B. F. Goodrich Company, During they re- '
mencement exercises of Emory Sees Operation Stith has served Emmanuel Bap-
'Akron, Ohio. ceive instructions from Mrs. Mary
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tist Church of Chester, Pa. the
I r This will represent an increaseof Dally home economist with Clay Of Trail Ridge Mine First Baptist Church of Philadelphia -*
Electric Cooperative, and Miss ,
about 1,300,000 over the 1950 Pa. and the First Baptist
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Believe. Alma from the state office.
I Warren
census or a population gain of 44 20 members of
Approximately Church of Haddonfield, N. J. Yp '
percent, one of the highest in the the American Society for Engineering His wife lithe former Margaret j I f; -t.GS .
Be tore to read Lura Mohr'sclay nation, it Is estimated by the rub- Education visited the Trail Ann Tasker of Falls Church Va. y .E f 4F

Hill1 Echoes" column on ber company's' business research Fishing Licenses Ridge Plant of the HumphreysGold I They have a son, John Brownlee
pap nine of this issue. Her department.In Corporation Monday The Stith 1953. Mr.
Now On Sale born on May 9,
.simple affirmation of faith the same population study, tour of the Camp Blanding mine : Stith is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs.

will strengthen yours and bring it is estimated that U. S. A. pop- By County JudgeFresh was part of the 61st Annual Con- 'H. L. Brownlee of Starke. t4'

comfort to you, as it has ulation by 1960 will reach vention being held this week at Crozer Theological Seminary r
i to many readers of the water licenses for the of Florida. '8'* 3i I
brought 175,500.000, an increase of 22,823- fishing University was founded eighty-four years ago

TcdegraPh- 000 over 1950, .and a growth of 1953-54 went on sale last week in I The group visiting Trail Ridgewas for the purpose of training Baptist
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about 15 percent the office of County Judge T. A. under the direction of Dr; ministers Is located at Chester, J
column b an outstanding Keystone Heights Lions and Lionesses inducted point Other club officers pictured in the groupare
Mr. Mohrs Yawn. Greaves-Walker, noted Florida near Philadelphia, Pa. Its enroll-
feature of the Tete- 11 new members and installed officers at a Joint (seated) Eddie Bleha, secretary-treasurer, and
Box Rents Increased Three types of fresh water fish educator. JC. Detweikr. technical ment is made up of eighty students I
fraplra&d aha Has a 'wide following ing permits are sold: A resident superintendent for the Hum from a number of states and for- supper meeting in Keystone Inn Monday night. Arthur Beckwith director; (standing 1 to r) Nick

; '_,"oalr ta Bradford Effective July 1 license for $2.00; a non-resident phreys Gold Corporation, briefly eign countries. The Seminary is Top left: A bit of "monkey business was provided -, Borson, tail' twister; Walter King. 1st vice presi- I

County but everywhere the annual permit for $10.50; and a described the plant operation fully accredited by the American I when President Roy Browning introduced the dent; Tom Carey, director; Bud Anthony, 3rd vice

Telegraph to mailed. She ,re- Effective July 1 box rents at the non-resident, 14-day license for prior to the tour.E. Association of Theological Schools. i club's .new mascot "Chico," a Brazilian wooley president.

Delve many let**" from readers Starke. post.office' will be. incteas $3.25. S. Beebe assistant production While predominantly Baptist the monkey, fully dressed in Lions regalia. Amused onlookers Lower left: New Keystone Lions inducted Monday t i

telling bow they have rained ed as follows: Judge Yawn Issued a warning to superintendent greeted the mem- student body is made up of representatives -i. are: Mrs Browning, District Governor night (seated 1 to r) Amos Crowley, James It

comfort and Inspiration from No. 1 boxes 60c to 90c; the local sportsmen that the present bers of the society at a luncheon from other denomina George Seaman Lioness President Joy Baker, and Perry. Ernest Beits. Standing: : Leon Ridaught
column. No. 2 boxes from 75c to $1.10; last of Mr. tions. i
her license 'expires the held at Keystone Inn at noon. International Counselor Tony Reeves. Don Ridaught and Harry Baker. I
f l o- 3 boxes from $1 to 11.50; June. The new fishing license will Beebe coordinated the tour of the
Top right: Governor Seaman presents President Lower right:- Four new Lione.ssu-Mn. Leon 4Ridaught i
reader
If you are not a I'f'plar No. 4 boxes from $1.50 to %..25.I be the same size and shape as plant which was carried out by VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Echoes" begin Browning with an award won by the Keystone Lions Mrs Donald Ridaught, Mrs. Harry Baker -
of "Clay Hill The raises will be in effect I that of 1952-53, streamlined to fit Leon Gray Gene Whittle; Amosand Daily Vacation Bible School will
column. who placed third in the district contest, based on and Mrs. James Perry-and one new Lion, A. S.
this week's ey : Beam 6 at the Air _
and begin
with I throughout the nation and are the the billfold for easier carrying Cr u Bill engineers Monday. July

first la nearly 50 years. I display purposes. ,.;.M& latva i:+.- Park Baptist Church. membership, attendance, activities, and other Casey.


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BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. MA1't-IEWS: .
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I TELEGRAPH VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER Grace G. BighornAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAf

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: PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD
OLDEST FLORIDA 'WEEKLY
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Ramona Harrell, youngest 1 f

Published every Friday and entered.as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under daughtef of the Guy Harrells, who
has been confined to the
hospitalfor
the Act of March 3, 1879.
l the past week, has respondedto
treatment, and the
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION family
,hopes to bring her home today.
Mrs. H. S. Anderson and sons,
I Other. Cities Join Fight On Truck Noise'Other i Jimmie and Joe, are spending two
weeks with her parents, the C.

Florida towns, like Starke, are experiencing A letter from the Florida Trucking Association 'W. Harrises in Monticello while
the increasing annoyance of un- to the New Smyrna Chamber of Commerce 1:Mr. Anderson. is in Texas on A PLENTY i
that the matter had been discussed business.Mrs.
noise occasioned by huge trucks,
necessary A. Miller, Mrs. C. S. Rob- .
driven through the, heart of, the business at a meeting of the organization'sboard erson and Mrs. Bill Bigham drove
of directors and that members of :
i section,without benefit of mufflers. down for an overnight visit with
The latest city to take action in the mat- FTA had been 'asked to "properly discipline :the Earl Bighams in Dunedin,

ter is New Smyrna Beach where U.S.--No. 1 their drivers in this regard"' ]last Thursday.

passes through the heart of town, just as ,,If the efforts of New Smyrna are success- Mr. and Mrs. Claude 1app and
U.. S. 301 does here. In that city the manager ful in this instance, it would certainly be- daughter, .Claudia, returned to Ballards Plain or Self-Rising
hoove officials of our Chamber of Commerce :their home in Chicago, HI. last
of Commerce
of the Chamber dispatched I
andor; the City to ask that Starke also be :Friday, after spending three daysat Met
letters to trucking concerns asking cooperation -
i"., in lessening noises made by their vehicles given consideration in the matter of less 1. their home. here. FLOUR 5 49 Specials
:<><; .as they passed through the city. Similar noise from unmuffled trucks. We fully appreciate Mr, and Mrs. G. E. Green and
the importance of the trucking busi- daughters, Shirley and Linda
anti-noise effort by other towns are pickingup
ness and the revenue that it brings to Gayle, spent Sunday visiting. the I
momentum throughout the stated accord-
Ga. Red
Starke. We certainly would not want to do Ronald Barnett family in Jacksonville -
ing to a report in the Miami Herald Nephew, Douglas returned Selected I Young Tender t
without it. However, when one huge diesel
It is interesting, to note that the June with them to spend a few days. 303 Can '
by as quietly as please, and the
.purrs you
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issue of Florida Truck News '_ the state next one shakes the store windows along daughters Mr. and were Mrs. Bill house Bigham guests and of TOMATOES pCALF LIVER Ib 49C' I

trucking magazine -carries a plea to driversto Call Street with a nerve-wracking noise equalto Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hiers and.
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close mufflers and take,all precautions to a battery of machine guns, we feel that daughters at Lake Rosa last week- I
keep truck noises at a minimum while passing someone along the line is not showing proper end. Joining them for a swim Our Own = '
through New Smyrna Beach. consideration for his fellow man. and dinner on Saturday were Mr, Lb Azalea All Meat
and Mrs. Howard Wait and threeof Package
TEA 69C skinless
their daughters.Mrs. .

I f Show-Down With McCarthy Must Come houseguests. C. S.her Roberson aunt, Mrs.has as Jennie her FRANKS LB 45C

How much longer can President Eisen- the..whim of "bureaucrats". Naturally one Wise and<< her cousin and husband, Evaporated

hower avoid a showdown with Senator Mc- is made to wonder just who and what is Alexandria Mr. and Mrs., Va.C., and L. Johnson of, Premium All Meat
Washington
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Carthy? "a controversial figure"? Under Senator Mc- D, C. MIKOUS[ Tall i in the piece Ib
In our humble opinion, he. has already Carthy's interpretation, it would bq surpris- Henry Harrell, son of Mr. and 3 ns.31C 8OLOGNA 39C

for reasons of expediency, no doubtdelayedtoo ing if the term did not come to mean anyone Mrs. J. C. Harrell is spendingthis .
long. ''who had the temerity to disagree with or week in Jacksonville with his
Instances of appeasement of or downright. disapprove of Senator McCarthy aunt Mrs. W. R. Denmark.Mrs. Ann Page -
abject surrender to Senator McCarthy by Still more amazing is the fact that apparently Margie Haines and two Quick Frozen Chicken

President Eisenhower and Secretary of State President Eisenhower was totally girl friends of Cassadaga, N. Y., Qt .
John Foster Dulles have come with sickening unaware of this most significant and most visited, the Howard Wait home MAYONNAISE 53C Ib
last afternoon. The GIZZARDS
regularity Curing the past six-months. Such far-reaching action by the State Department are making Saturday a tour of our'state.girls 15CReynolds

_. if continued unwittingly Indeed the whole matter .
a policy may re was kept so secret Returning to his home lasf (
sult in the fearsome spectacle of building that there is no telling when it would have Thursday from a four day visit ROLLS
Senator McCarthy up ,to what he would come to light if the President, in a com- in Gainesville with his aunt was Quick Frozen Boneless RedALUMINUM I Ii
doubtless like to be the first Dictator of mencement address at Dartmouth College, Gene Edwards, son of Mr. and

the United States of America. advised the graduates not to join "the book- Mrs. Ernest Edwards. I WRAP 2- 49C 'Ib
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Already there are reports that McCarthywill burners." He,explained at a later press con- Mrs. J. M. > arousse and chil PERCH-FILLET 2SC
appear on a national weekly television ference that he was not referring to the dren, Beryl and Ricky, of Church
program next fall, sponsored by oil-rich USIS libraries in his speech, and did not i Point, Va., will be the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L.
I lona No. 2 Cans
Texans, whereby modern mass communication know anything about what has been goingon I Tomlinson and family, until i
techniques will carry McCarthyism in these Jibraries in recent weeks. Event- some time in July.
regularly to every nook and cranny of the ually, however, the two incidents were link- Among those attending the for Produce '
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country. Hitler, as we remember, began on ed together through'the efforts of inquiring shower'for Wanda Crosby of Bay-' I
a much smaller- scale. His first speecheswere Washington correspondents, and the fantastic less Hiway section was Mrs.
confined to a few enthusiasts around order, banning books by "controversial" James W. Thomas of Brooker. t
the Berlin beer halls. figures was disclosed. Sunday guests of Sandy and I Cut Ri e' _"" California Vine Ripe

The latest evidence of \MeCarth 's \influence Up to now however, the President has Jackie Mott were Linda Faye
on Secretary Dulles came in the disclosure continued to deal in generalities and denied and Christine Scarbrough of Lake Roll each

(quite by accident) of the abominable that he had any reference to Senator McCarthy Butler.Mrs. Claude Sneed, and Mrs. WAX PAPER 23C CANTALOUPES 19CI '

order from the State Department banning in .his remark(,about the "book-burn Jimmy Barry, of Milton Tenn.I -
books by "contr versial figures" from United ers." The only interpretation that can be were overnight guests of Mr. and

States Information Service libraries in placed on his speech is that he is trying to Mrs. L. L. Parker and family N. B. C. Vanilla Fresh Georgia.WAFERS .
foreign countries. That such an order shouldbe supply leadership to the elements opposing last: Wednesday.

issued by the State Department of the intolerance and "guilt by association," Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, UOzPkg Ib
United States is incredible. Under a broad while at the same time seeking to avoid an Rep. Doyle Conner and Frazier 31C PEACHES 1SC
interpretation it could be made to apply to open fight with Senator McCarthy. Such Shaw of Starke attended the watermelon .

almost every writer who ever set pen to tactics, we are afraid, will prove fruitless i in festival in Newberrylast .
and leaves the door to indiscriminate the face of the titanic Saturday. We hear that they '
paper open struggle now developing
took in the barbecue and the Ann Page Elbow Sunkist JuicyLEMON'S .
banning and burning of books at with the forces of McCarthyism.GOODYEAR crowning of the Watermelon

..nnnnmtm.m.i Queen, and enjoyed it very much. 8 Oz / dozen
Celebrating Father's Day with Pkg
LAWTEY Tom Edwards in Worthington MACARONI -19C 1 L E 29C

Springs were Mrs. Eva Harrell
and daughter, Yvonne, Mr. and
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Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Edwards
and family and Mrs. James bottleWhite Ibs
i Rev. and Mrs. George Purgaand Hamilton. I 19C BANANAS 2 2SC

son Tim, of Kentucky moved Visiting the Russell Green family
into the Methodist Parsonage last and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Law- ,
.q- Monday. Rev. Purga was assignedas hon is L. M. Anderson of La- New White
pastor of the Methodist Church Crosse. House Dry
here. He will succeed Dr. \V. T. Sunday guests at the W. M. Ibs
puads o) A: puns uo aaaij feja.uaaitn Lawhon home were Mrs. Mae Lb Can POTATOES 10 I 39C
TIRES }sd atfl aoj XajAVBq IB Saucer, Mrs. Mannie. Clemmons, MILK 33C
years. Dr. Walters was assigned to Mrs. Bessie Brannen and Ed
the Welaka Church and he and Pinholster, all of Jacksonville.
Mrs. Walters moved on Thursdayof Libbvs Corned!
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last week to their new work. w

Mr. and Mrs/H. C. Crews and Rev. George Purga and L. H.\ BEEr HASH Ibcan 21C
son Rickey of Indian Rock Beach Futch were attending a meetingat 33 BLEACH
FIRST QUALITY DELUXE .101m U3aq set oq/A BJ31I'BA\ the First Methodist Church
Father's Day with his father C. Gainesville last Tuesday after-

Regular list i R. Crews. Miss them Hilda home Crews and will accompanied noon.W.. P. Kemp returned to his Quart 17 7-2Ga//on/ 29C

spend her vacation with them.A. home here last TJuesday Rafter BEEF F Ibcan 33C
price .120(g jA. Cook a former principalof visiting relatives for some time STEW
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.. the Lawtey High School, was in White Springs, Miss. Gladys
pI..* IS"l visiting with friends here during Kemp of Savannah, Ga. is
last week. visiting her father for several
Rock bottom Ivory "
days. -- --
Miss Ailene Thomas of Safety .

price d at. Harbor was visiting the C. R. 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMarooned for DREFT large pk9.28C
( ...AILE*.16tL.1'I'l THE Crews family. during the past SOAP /ge 2 2SC

/ Goodyear Deluxe tires go orS \ weekend.Mr. I
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more new'cars than any other and Mrs. George RobertsFr.
8(1 kind! of Crescent City and Mr. and
C s 18 Ih Mrs. Vemon Silcox and son Davidof I SPIC 'N SPAN pkg 25C
'y'P More motorists buy Goodyear Starke spent Father's Day herewith OW' Ivory --
Deluxe Tires than any other kind!
""II' Mr. and Mrs; George 'RobertsSr. ,I per size for

BIG TRADE-IN'ALLOWANCE ON WHITE SIDEWALLS. TOO! Planning M. A. Conner and- Traffic, Engineer of State of f SOAP 4 '!? WESSON OIL quart 69C

Regular' list price $22.09 plus/ lax Road Department from Tallahassee -

FIRST' QUALITY DELUXE was a business visitor In Law- t Ivory _-
| "f7{ last
$ ) ley Monday. He was accomp-
anied by Mr. Baker from the ( Ibs
Super-Cushion large package 89C
Lake City office 21C SNOWDRIFT
,Iw FLAKES
I 1 vi* w.r Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. L. H. THERE'S no rescue on the,I
&,GOOO/1 EAR Tnuu Futch who are attending summer horizon when fire hits your!,
school in Southern College, Lake- home and catches Kingan'sCHILE
land spent Sunday at their homes you Camay _-_
here. without the right amountof Ibcan
Famous *, the right kinds of insur- bath 1 for 23C
Famous, Attending the marriage of Miss
MARATHON$1115 I 139 Lou' Edwards to Bill Royster in ance. Property is lost, savingsgo SOAP 21 1
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&r -.. MARATHON''' ...,;.a. the Ortega Methodist Church, debts pile up.
G..ojif r -w SuperCushionftvfvlar q Jacksonville Wedn&day of last Keep off that financial desert Ibs
2 1a'1
425115 week were: Mrs. Effie Miner,
isle. Ask us now about regular SWIFTNING 3 89C.
titular lilt prk$14.40 (pi*tat') Brt prk slue (fha in J JM Mrs. 'George Roberts, Mrs. A. H. a LAVA 10'DOZ 1
sensible
Harley Sr. Miss Mary Ann Motes, economical insurance
I GOOD/ EAR Mrs. Joyce Flitch, Miss Mary Julia program.
$1085pu Futch Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Prices in this ad effective thru Sat, June 27
TRUCK' TIRE Kelly and Mrs. Fred Moore and
ifuum children.Mr. H. C. WALL large package 27C

Famous MARATHON QUALITY, and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Sr. slid id*
had the following members of AGENCYPhone

Pay as little as $1.25 a week for 4 fires! their family as dinner guests on 1. ,
Father's Day: Mr. and Mrs. 146 '
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Service, Center StationSEEBER I, Ocala CL Prevatt Mrr and Jr. Mrs and, children L. H. Her J.'I. 200 E. Call Street I CHEER large package 28C

D. GOODMAN per and children from Camp StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I HI HAT ATUKU 1 WjJf t4.f001Mt

U. S. 301 at South City Limits Blanding. and the Truman Nor-
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TTTTTTT Both mother and daughter ar* Mr. and Mrs. M. F., Wiggins' Son. Of Ali Baba' [but it will bs difficult to enlist I The assessment of the said prop deemed according to law, .:he the I day of July. 1953.
! doing nicely. attended the Watermelon Festi- !Den in the unit just prior to erty under the said certificate issued erty described therein will be I Dated this 3 day of Jane 1953.
. With Curtis was in the name of Jessie to the highest bidder the prOP-j (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darbj
NEW RIVERSlaxlne Ervin.Andmvs. left Saturday val Saturday evening at Newberry.Mrs. Tony leaving for camp," Capt. Ingram Green. house door on the first at Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
for AFROTC Summer Camp, Frank I.. Tomlinson Is enjoying I Coming To Park said. The unit will have more than Unless said certificate shah t>e re- the month of July, 1953. County,-Florida.i 4t liU
' Brookley Air' Force Base Ala. her sister from La. She 75 members going to Alabama

I Andrews'Rev.'J. Miss Mary L. Andrews and will be with them for a week. Tony Curtis_ and Piper Laurieare this year.
Gene Andrews of Jacksonvlllei Emma Lou and her new son Eric Frank W.
A A A A AAA A AAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAA co-starred again in the new Dryden and Sgt. Billy
spent the weekend with their Sidney are doing nicely. Technicolor film "Son of Ali Dansby were recently promoted Enjoy Coke..iceeold
E. Dupree of Live' Oak parents, Mr, and Mrs. Chester Baba", showing at the Park to Sergeant First Class. Several
brought the Sunday morning 'message Andrews.. yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyHIGHLAND Theatre.this Sunday and Monday.The other promotions will be made
in the, absence' of Rev. Farrislu. Mrs, Bessie Brannen Mrs. Ma locale and times of the prior to camp, according to Warrant
.
j mie Pinholster Mrs. Mae Slatter fabled Ali Baba, never failing Officer A.. L. Crosby Jr.
Mrs. Curtis Dukes and' baby
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and Ed Pinholster of Jacksonville source of adventure and romancein ..
daughter Deborah .Ann have returned ; I. The Conatr 'JBdKF'i Court,
attended church services books and on the screen, provide Bradford C..ty'Florida ,
from Lake City hospitalFILL By Sirs. Laey NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .
Sunday.Mr. a perfect setting for this INT RE: Estate of Bertha Robinson I
Wiggins Herlong, Deceased.: c-'
and Mrs. .M. F. Wigginsand popular young acting team. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
Mrs. Rosa Pinholster spent Swordplay hard riding and a : .
DIRTGOOD Amanda and Barbara Gene Notice is hereby given that I
with Mr. and Mrs. Doug Fairbanks agility in addi-
Saturday Troy nave filed ii-ol"
Wilkinson Gene Converse all of my final returns as Executor itt s the bottle
Andrews and other relatives in tion to tender love scenes, charac- of the Last Will and Testament _.
Jacksonville Honey Wilkersonsons of Bertha Robinson .
RICH Morris ton. terize Toby's appearance as All Wiggins -.
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Wilbur and Leonard of Caleb Herlong deceased; that I have filed .
Miss Maxine Andrews spent Baba'8 son determined to foil my petition for final discharge ...t. '.. .
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TOP SOILSee and Washie and Garey Smith of and that I ::,
will
last weekend with Sandra Taylor. the machinations of the grasping apply to the Honor- ,. ,
able Theron A. Yawn County Judgeof .i" .
South Carolina attended church ..
Eustis Lee Kelley' Jr. has returned Caliph of Bagdad and the tetter'svillainous Bradford County Florida on : ;,.
to his work in Munson after here Sunday. son. July 10, 1953, for approval of the .} .'
; spending' two weeks vacation The Sidney Starlings spent Miss Laurie plays the princess same and of for the final Will discharge of Bertha as Rob-Executor ., .
BILL JACKSONJackson with his parents Mr. and Mrs.E. Father's Day with Mr. Starlings who is captured by the Caliph and inson Wiggins Herlong, deceased. :; { "
L. Kelley. Miss Rosa McGinnof .parents :Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starling freed by the daring Curtis and JOHN Executor MORGAN of the WIGGINS Last Will, and as f .
Transfer Company Pensacola returned with Eus at Lawtey.Edwin his followers the .sons of the Testament of Pertha Robinson "
tis the Armed Forty Thieves and fellow military Wiggins Herlong. !Ii \ _,_
Phone 165 Lee after spending a month Griffis of '* 6/19 4t 7/10 r c
with his sister, ''Mrs. Kelley. i Forces spent the weekend with academy cadets. Suspense and .' .
his parents. ,. action dominate this colorful :NOTICE: OF APPLICATIONFOH
- - - I TAX DEED '.
Clayton Norman and Freda spectacle. (Senate Bib No. 163) .f.. .:.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That r !>
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Hardee Wayne are sick. We wish Mae P. Slersereau, ;
holder
of Tax
Truly, Expert them a speedy recovery. NATIONAL GUARD Certificate No. 62, Issued the 31 day .1 ;r{
\ of May A.D., 1951. has filed same I '" ""
I Thedore Norman was baptized NEWS NOTESThe in my office and has made application '- ,
'I at Crosby Lake Sunday evening. fora tax deed to be Issued 'to
\Radio And hereon. Said certificate embraces .
The little church here Is doing news item concerning the the following described property in e "). : .
SERVICE fine. Come out and worship withus local National Guard unit carried the Florida County, to-wit of :.Bradford, State;'of ,:. :7:44

if you do not have a church of in last week's paper has South one-half of Block 26, .
choice. many to the Livingston Truby & Co's S/D ? N
brought questions
your I Section 28, T. 6 South R
ALL MODELSFREES 22 'i---- _
" ALL MAKES Dick and Paul Sapp of Green unit personnel according to Capt. I East. I

Cove Springs are visiting their Hugh B. Ingram Jr. Last week's 't
ESTIMATES .. CALL 239] grandparents Mr, and Mrs. Lacey article stated that "Me-rbership J .

Norman. in the Guard will not defer young i T\e % f
Most Experienced Finest Equipped I Mr. and Mrs Leonard Normanand men from the draft 'accordingto x
a federal ruling". This statement i _
Satisfaction Guaranteed son Thedore were in Jacksonville SIa
.. .. on business Saturday. was in error and Guard officials -
Zettie Padgett is visiting her wish to make a correctionat I

Chas. C. Shepherd son-in-law and daughter the Edwin this time. I
Knights of Baldwin this week. "We would like to inform the

I Radio TV Sales! & Service i Seat Covers Joseph Starling of Wateroak is public that membership in the t:
I PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA. visiting his grandparents Mr. and Guard will defer young men as J
Mrs. Albert Norman. long as they remain in the Guard
Mrs. Maudie Smith and family and satisfactorily attend drill and i

went to the Zoo at Jacksonville perform their snilitary duties as
HOME CAHNERS' FIRST CHOiC! Tuesday. a Guardsman if they join before

__, Percy Lee of Jacksonville visi- they are 18 1-2 years old, Capt.

ted the. Joe Marrs family Friday. Ingram said. x vA ,
of Mims spent last The local unit will attend field CHARLEY rY.Y "n
O. W. Marr E. JOHNS & SON
friends and relatives training at Ft. McClellan, Ala. '
week visiting about this questionMy it
here.Vacation. during the period July 5-19. Them '. S
Bible School starts body wilt go by rail, leaving wife, two children, and -:- >

July 13th. Bring the children. Let Starke at 3 p. m. on Sunday myself were all severely injured '1: 4
j them learn the Word of God in July 5. The .advance detachmentwill in an auto accident.
depart by truck on July 2, / I
from the Bible.
scripture e
The other driver was at fault
{ carrying equipment to be used at ,
visiting t
Starling is
.Louvena
but has
I auto insurance.
no a.
Members of the unit the
and relatives this week. camp. ,on
\%i1k1LkJ4J1JIOnly' \ .t We friends,miss you, Louvena. Hurry advance detachment are Capt. C.; Could I have carried a special 4' ,
\ H. Bernreuter Sgt. Charles J. coverage which jvould have
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Schaefer Pfc Arthur B. Alvarez, paid all our medical expenses .t.:

I' come with dl ;t and Pvt. .Zach Crawford. hi this accident?
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Two men, CpL Edward A. Winkler -
DOME LIDS r" \ and Pvt. Wayne Douglas, will' a
GRAHAMby
attend a pre-canrp mess school at Charley E. Johils&SonAgellcy

I No Guesswork DOME DOWN-.Jar Sealed; Mrs. Bonnie McKinney They Ft. McClellan will leave by beginning train on July July '3.2.' BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY

.... Capt. Ingram stated that all
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4 young men interested in the Guard
!lir and Mrs. R. A. Fowler and and who would like to take the Phone "Cot."a a NgisfweJlraJIc. 1952.THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
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niece of Orlando were Sunday I
.train ride to Alabama should con A
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night guests.of Mr. and Mrs. John tact the, personnel at the armory ... ,. ..
BRAND NEW McKinney. within the'next few days. "We ** A444AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi ... ....... LAAAAAAAAII 1
i Mr. and Mrs. Bear of Waldo will enlist men for the next week
1953 Chieftain '4-Door, 8. CylinderPONTIAC were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jeff .

Davis Sunday. r .
Mrs. J. Starling and children I i
were visiting in Lake City and I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S 6 s -.

Branford over the weekend. ... .. ,, .. .
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spent the weekend ,with Mr. JUST ONE "- -. ,<... -'
and Mrs. John McKinney. FRIGIDAIREMade Ii : {. -:
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FULLY EQUIPPED Clyde Strickland and relatives childrenof only by General cr/zeCkt4edtbze; .. '. 't"- '.... .. '
.visiting
Nichols are
r. HEATER RADIO HYDROMATIC here this week. Motors Corp. AH other
TEMPLE STARKE
Electric ,
Refrigerators are
WHITE WALL TIRES AND Mrs. Gilbert Jones of Dade City j
OTHER ACCESSORIES visited relatives here Sunday.Mr. made by other companiesand j
and Mrs. Jessie Moody and cannot use the word AYE. FLA.
children of Jacksonville 'spent the Frigidairel: l
DELIVERY PRICE
$2945: weekend with his parents Mr: I .

and' Mrs.- John Moo y. Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
Mrs. AUeen Padgett of Hague
'AREDUCED Station spent the weekend with t ?

$2595 her parents Mr. and Mrs. John THEN SEE k '
Surrency. 'A New Laundry ServiceFOR

Walter Mann of Melrose is in E. H. SMITHTenth I
our section this week doing some .
electric wiring for the Baptist

church. The church has built and Temple Ave. THE ECONOMY AND THE CONVENIENCE .
school rooms which
some Sunday
Starke, Fla. \,

G. J. HCGRIFFTemple I the Mrs.community Leon Winn feels and proud daughters of I' OF THE HOUSEWIVES "

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spent the week In Cairo Ga. I r
We are glad to have Mr. and I .

Ave. Phone 203' Starke, Fla. move Mrs* Bol/jJe into our Dyal community.of jBrooker Theyare DAEIL" Ii' SERVE YOURSELF OR WE SERVE YOU ;

living in the Dempsey house. TARKE FL" .

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sonville and Richard last week.Cain were in Jack- Fri.. Cat. June 26, 27 ; 3 / ,- ---=- :' -.- :'. __r_ .- : : n : ----.., '. :.." -' E

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Alex Fowler is able to be backat Fangs of the Arctic !.j WASHING AND .;. SHIRTS FINISHED

work after having an accident.He With Kirby Grant and Chinook i ,
got his finger cut off startinga The Wonder Dog I
w '(? I c: chain saw. Mrs. Charlie Fowler -And- !, SPIN DRYING : ON REQUESTSc E

is also on the road to recovery.Mr. I .
( J and Mrs. A. T. Andrews The Denver and E Et
1s I spent the weekend with Mrs. Rio GrandeIn I Per L6. Each
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1 We now have telephones in Edmond O'Brien and t .
Graham. We don't see now how we Sterling Hayden I '

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have. Color Cartoon

Jz Julian Wasdin is now employedat I AND FINISHED) ON REQUEST.
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Miss 'Ona Elizabeth Demoesf Weds Paul Gordon Shupe t -- .r ra- j- -_-,-,- -. FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1953t
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I Miss Miller And George McMaster

Iii Candlelight Church Ceremony Last Saturday Evening 1 I

Exchange Vows In Atlanta Rites !!

One of the loveliest weddings .of bugle -beads. The. sculptured These trays held decorated mints \

the season 'was solem iied Saturday elongated bodice was attached to in'green and white. On the buffet The Druid Hills Presbyterian man. and groomsmen were the

evening. when 11iss Ona Eliz- a yoke of .illusion outlined with was ,a Victorian arrngement of Church of Atlanta was the SCDe Rev. James Stuart Atlanta; the 1

abeth Demorest, daughter of 11r. draped puffs ot lace whch gave an white glidioll, mums and gypsohe-, Friday night, June 19, at 8:30 Rev. Edward Hopper, Birmingham,

and Mr& Robert F. De.morest, became off shoulder effect and the long lia in an antique silver bowl 'This Gladys Mooty o'clcfck of the marriage ceremony Ala.; the Rev. Wade H. Bell Jr. 1I

the bride of Paul Gordon leeves tapered to calla lily points was flanked at one end of the Phone 35 uniting Miss Belle Nee Miller, Jackson, Ga.; Hugh McClure, Day.tona I

Shupe, '60n of 11r. and Mrs. Philip over the hands and were buttoned buffet by two low silver candle I 11" daughter of Dr. and :Airs. Patrick Beach; Patrick D. Miller, Jr.. x41 .
at the wrist. She carried a French I' S.tflSSSflSflfl.rr==I J Dwight Miller of Atlanta, and
D. Shupe of Lake Hamilton, Fla., holders to which. was attached a Atlanta; Fred G. Puffy New Orleans -

at eight o'clock in the First bouquet of bride's roses and tube nosegay of Pinocchio chrysanthe.; George Riley McMaster, son of Dr. La.; Armin Smith, Jr.. Tampa -
roses caught, with, satin ribbons and and Mrs. Elvis Oliver 1Iansker of \
Methodist Church. mums stephanotis. An antique and Myron Gibbons Tampa.A .
Officiating atthe impresSIve and bride'J illusion. Her only or- -branched candelabra to which Trampa. reception was held ,

candlelIght eeremcny was the Rev, nament was a string of pearls, a was attached a large white satin .: A program of nuptial music was ceremony in Converse Hall after of the the

Thomas G. Mitchell A program gift of the groom. bow 'and plumosus fern holding presented by the Sanctuary Choir church, with the bride's
< and parents as
of organ musIc was rendered. prior Mrs. Demorest selected for her white tapers he.lped to cast a soft ,a Violin accompaniment. hosts.

i to the ceremony, by 11rs. E. K. daughter's wedding a gown ofrose light over the setting. 2 ... The bride, who was given in mar- The
Perryman. and the traditional: beige lace over taffeta. The The punch bowls, on tables on rage by her father, wore a tra&tional couple left during the eve- tkWf < : \ 3

wedding marches: were used in, the rose 'jnotifs' of the fitted bodice the WrP1.and.1p the garden, were / .gown of duchess satin, de- North ning for mountains a wedding trip to the I "As

erv1ee. Miss Virginia SeweD were outlined with beads and sequin placed in beds of greenery and signed on princess lines and ter.minating -I will after which they >

soloist, sang "I Love You Truly"by trim which terminated in the garlands of white gladioli blossoms f;, in a formal train. Her reside in Bay View in Clearwater WI t tt'
during the
:; heirloom veil of rosepoint fell the summer while
Carrie Jacobs Bond and 'I skirt She wore a corsage of and gypsophelfa. ': Mr. S
.
.. length of the train, and she McMaster serves as supply t
Love Thee' Greeting the carried -
by Grieg. green, 'Cypredium orchids. guests on the pastor for Bethel
The sanctuary was adorned with Mrs. Shupe mother of the spacious DOrch were.. Mr! O.. T. paIe-throat white orchids Presbyterian
---- Church.
and lilies They will return to
clusters of palms framing the .altar groom wore 'aqua lace and net Beasley and Mrs. K. G. Duucan. of the va1ey.! lanta in the fall At-

which was highlighted with over satin with a ,matching stole In the living room Mrs. R. A. > Miss Mary Bonner Miller, sister Master will where Mr. Mc-

tall white urns holding fan-shap. of net. She 'WOr 'a.'shoulder cor- Green and Mrs. J. W, KincaId ; of the bride, attended as maid of Columbia continue his studies at k5

ed arrangements of white gladioli sage of pink Cypredium orchids. presented the guests to Mrs. Dem; honor, while bridesmaids were Mn. Theological Seminary <

and chrysanthemums. Graduate.d .A reception was held at the orest, mother of the bride, Mrs. .t :!: :. ...:::.. ,. William Dickens, Atlanta; :Miss Mr. McMaster is a grandson of S 'S 4S
Rosalyn
plaques and branched candelabra home of 'the bride's parents on S upe, mother of the groom, and Miss. Kennedy, Meridian, Mrs. Jessie Livingston of Tampa \ "- \S ." S I

holding a myriad of Cathedral Park Place immediately following members of the wedding party. 4T1 j ,/. t ; Miss Dele Thompson, Olan- and the late G. C. Livingston,
white cast soft Mrs. C. H. *4 ta, S. c.: and Miss Margaret Mc- former residents of starke.
tapers a glow over the ceremony. Pedestal baskets Nasworthy and Mrs During
the setting. The family pews were of white gladioli and chrysanthemums Fred Guy invited the guests into: Rae, Wadesboro, N. C. a recent summer he served as sup-

rnirked with heart-shapecl tulling and branched candelabra the den to see the wedding gifts : Elvis of the Mansker of Tampa, brOther -,ply pastor at the First PresbyterIan t

with cascades of white Pinocchio which were groom served as best { Church ot
graced the rooms throughout the displayed by Mrs. : I Starke. $*

chrysanthemums,.. .,, and,- tube roses home.. The reeeivin line stood L. D. Vining and Mrs.,T. H. Slade. : I ;
With lOOpS or satin ribbon and LU4. before the mantel -banked with Pouring punch 'tin the porch J( .

Ic.WIllIain taIl palms and greenery which were Uss Ann Cressler, Miss 1 ..Urquhart-Boswell VOWS Exchanged t :<

Shupe ot Jacksonville formed thi background for a Jane Richarde Miss Joan Slade, ?): fi .-. : .... ..4. : i ilIrs.
lerved as best man for his broth- large fan-shaped arrangement of Miss Virgjnia Sewell Miss Nancy I i ; ; tI In Panama < 'S
c City Church
ere The ushers were Harold gladioli and chrysanthemums with DuPre, Miss Sandra r.ucille Green Ceremony -S.
JIaJdeman 'and Allen TrovUlion off and Miss Jean Mundy. Pouring I -
of
sprays huckelberry and Pinocchio : -
Miss Jonnie Su 5-
Boswell
.
Orlando and James C, Johnson of chrysanthemums centered punch in the garden were Mrs.J. daughter seed pearls. She carried a white

Atlanta. Ga. with Ii large white satin bow. On C. Robinson, Mrs.V.. M. ': ; / I well of of Mr.Hartford and ,1Irs.Ala. J.became W. Bos- prayer book topped with a white

-Th, bride chose for her matron either side were plaques holding Cressler, Mrs. Walter King, Mrs. bride of Marvin the orchid with showers of white George MeMaster\
Edward Burns and Mrs. R. C. A. Urquhart Jr.. satin ribbon.A .
of ,
honor, .Irs. Eugene L. Matthews Cathedral tapers. The balustrade ; '< son of M. A. i
: Bridesmaids were Mrs. ot' the staircase in the living Buford. Serving the bride's cake 5.; M. S. S : .. .. late Mrs. ; Urquhart and the reception immediately fol- i above named Court and cause and ,
Buford were Mrs. W B. Sewalt and Mrs. + Urquiart of Bonifay, in lowed the wedding in the you are required to seve a vopy or
Rivera
of Tallahassee church
Miss room was entwined with garlands a lovely wedding your answer or pleading to the corn- '
Fi iscth4 Hampton of St. Petersburg of plwnosus fern and caught at M. F. Brown. Mrs. Jim Chasteen .- ceremony performed reception room which was en- plaint on the Plalntlf Attorney
S Saturday afternoon, June hanced A. J. Thomas, Jr.. Starke. Fia.
and Miss Margaret Rose the newel post with of kept the bride's book and providing : : with beautiful arrangements and file the
sprays 13, at 4 o'clock in the Gulf Beach origin in the oitice or ,
Duncan Of Starke. PinocchIo mums and tube roses salon musIc during the reception < of white chrysanthemums the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
: Presbyterian
Mrs ; 4 Church, Panama and gladioli or before the Z7 day of July,
1frs. Matthews was gowned in a caught with a bow and showers of was Levy Canova. 4yj : City., Rev Sam Magbee read the intersperced with 1953: otherwIse the allegatIons of
Also assisting in servinf' SSS. greenery. said Complaint will be
strapless orchid lace white satin ribbons. were. taken as CODtessed -
over,net and nuptials.As .
by
Mrs. Del Colley, Mrs. H. C. Pitch The bride's table you.
,
was
taffeta With matching stole. The The bride's table, overlaid with the wedding guests assem- with overlaid This notice shall be published
Mrs.' Charley Johns, Mrs. Titus an imported lace cloth cen- olee each week for tour consecutive
molded bodice met a voluminous an import linen cloth with Insets bled, a program of nuptial music. tered weeks in the Bradford
)1 with County Teie-
I Olson, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., Mrs. a three-tiered
gathered hoop skirt with the front of Point de Venice medal, .5. was offered by Miss Jane Emmons, bossed em- graph.
T. T. and Mrs. M. ; wedding cake Dated this 24
Long F. John- topped with day of June. 1933.
:: panel being attached to of lions pianist !
scallops was centered with a four- and Miss RoSe Mary a miniature bride and OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
lace and forming tiered ruffles to tiered wedding cake,embossed withbride's son.After White, soloist. The traditional I groom. Clerk of tee Circuit Court.
spending some time with Surrounding the cake were ruffles By 1larlan 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
the hemline.
She carried
acres- roses, lily of .the valley wedding marches were ust1 of
illusion
6/6 ft 'iIT
cent shd bouquet of FUsehIafeatheid and wedding bells to which were their guests, the couple left for The bride chose for her matron intersperced with white -
a wedding trip to Little Switzer- pompoms and greenery. At either
carnations and puffs of attached showers of narrow white ot honor, Mrs. Fletcher Jones of end of the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
land, N. C. and other ,points of in- table were two-branched T.t:!: DEEDScnale
net and ribbon loops and wore a satin ribbons. Surrounding the Panama City and the bridesmaids: silver I
candelabra holding ( Bill X. 163)
terest in North Carolina. bUrning
headdress of matching flowers in cake was a ruffle of bride's 11- Upon x were, Mrs. Paul Boswell of Pana- white tapers. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE.'Il. That
The
her hair their return they will be. at home punch bowl S. W. Welch holder of Tax Certi-
lusion
and miniature nosegays of ma City; and Mrs. Lorin Sta]
rested in
to their friends in Eau Gallie, a nest of greenery at an kate Xo. U, Issued the 31 day orIay.
The bridesmaids' gowns were Pinocchio chrysanthemums and Mrs. Paul Gordon Shupe house of Malvern, Ala. individual lace covered :\ :A.D.. 1931. has flied same In
z ade on JdenUcaJ lines to that of stephanotis. The centerpiece was Fla. The bride chose for traveling I. David Simpson of Starke served I I The bride table. my office and hu made application
graduated from Troy for a tax deed to be Issued thereoD.
flecked
an aqua, With white, dressmaker i
the matron of honor in orchid flanked on either side by three- suit with cia fraternit Prior to entering Shupe and Mrs. Lee Allen of the groom as best man and the, State Teachers College, Troy,.Ala. Said certificate embraces the ,fol ,
lace 'over, ,net and, taffeta with branched candelabra to which I complimented the University he served two Jacksonville ushers were Fletcher Jones of in 1949 and has lowing described property In the-
white accessories and a of ; Judge and :Mrs. Rivera been working on County of Bradford, State of Florida -
matching" Jtol s. They wore were attached sprays of Pinocchio I bride's corsage years in the U. S. Navy. Follow- Buford ,of Tallahassee; the Panama' City and Frederick I her Masters degree at FSU. She to-wit:

matching baddresses and carried chrysanthemums, and stephanotis' roses. lug a year in England as repre- Rev. Elmer Allen of Milton Mrs Howell of Bonifay. will teach In the Starke elemen- Lot Ten (to) Block Two (%).
The bride is a graduate of Brad- ; I I Sunny Acres S/D. Sec. 21 Town'-
similar crescent ahape.d bouquets. interspersed With puffs of illusion sentative of the Philco Corp. he F. 3!. Johnson and James C. The bride chose for her weddinga tary school this coming year. ship 6 South Range 22 East.
School and the University -
The bride, who entered the. and showers of narrow white ford of High Florida where she a has been with the Boeing Airplane i Johnson, Jr. of Atlanta Ga.: Mr ballarina length gown of nylon I The groom graduated from FSU The under assessment the said of certificate tile said Issued"property -

church on'the arm of her father, satin ribbon. At each end of the was Co. near Cocoa. and Mrs., Harold Haldeman and and Chantilly lace over satin with L in 1950 and is a membel' of Theta was in the name of 'WIn. Davis JrL'nless

chose a gown of Dresden Rose table was placed a silver tray I'member ot Zeta Tau Alpha sorority Among, :the out.at.town guests Allen Trovillion, of Orlando; Mr lace covered buttons extending ',Chi social fraternity.. He is a said certificate shaU be redeemed .-

lace over nylon net and satin. outlined with a ruffle of illusion 'during, of her which she was president were 'Mr. and Mrs., Philip Shupeof and Mrs. J. C. Robinson of down the front of the fitted partner in the__ Siznpson-Urquhart; described according therein to law will', the be property eoid
For -
The bouffant skirt of tiered rut- edged with Pinocchio chrysanthemums -I sophomore year. Lake Hamilton Mr. and 1lrs. Apop. bodice. The long sleeves of tlje Pontiac dealership in Starke.. to the highest bidder i i the cOurt
the past year she was a member ka; :Miss Priscilla Hampton ofI house door on the flnt Monday In
flu terminated into and white satin
of extended
a chapel loops Stan Barchan and Mr., and Mrs. gown into points over Mr. and Mrs., Urquhart, Jr. are the month of July. 1953; which I_
train and the tinger-tip veil of imported ribbon to which a miniature nosegay of the;Stark school faculty. Fred Guy and children of Gaines- I St. Petersburg; Miss Elsie M. Jef. th -bride's hand The finger-tip making their home in one of the the I day or July, 19&3.

silk illusion wu caught to Was attached with showers The "room Is a graduate ot the vile; Alfred Williams, Mr. and ferson of Charleston, W. Va.; Harry veil of sheerest bridal illusion fell A. D. Martin houses on N. Temple I(OFFICIAL Dated Uris SEAL I day) Charles of J\lDe A., 1tI Darb? ,.

a scaUoped crown ot Dresden Rose of white satin ribbon which drapad University of Florida and Is a Mrs. Douglas Broome 11r. and Watson and Emerson T hey of from a Juliet cap appUqued with avenue. Clerk ot Circuit Court Bradford

lace_trimmed with seed pearls and over the edge of the table. member of Phi Gamma Delta sol l''Mrs. Richard Kiibler, William Melbourne. County, Florilla "i' ft "U
Co I Conner-Bennett of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the
'I arrived home on Monday He Rehearsal Wedding Sunday 21 day of July, 1953: MONUMENTS.LOWEST -
I Dinner Fuqua-Hutcheson otherwise the allegations of said
and his with
family are staying Complaint will be taken a. CODfesaed -
F, Shaws for the time being 0 For Shupe-Demorest Marianna by 70U.
This notice shall be pubUaheC PRICtS1'
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hutcheson
Sharon and Brad Locke will leave once each week. for four consecutive
Saturday for Norfolk, Va. where Wedding Party of Starke announce the marriage Miss Johnnie Bennett, daughter weeks In the Bradford County Tele- ,FINEST aUAtlT.YJ:

of their daughter, Carolyn to Pfc of Mrs. B. E. Bennett of Marianna, "raph.
Brad will his two Dated
get weeks this U day of June, 19S3.
: furlough papers and they will .frs. M. F. Brown and Mrs. W. Charles Kenneth Fuqua, son ofMr. \Yill become the bride of Doyle E. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb1 No Extr Charge

Hafta lJ1ake this hort and T uesday to spend th summer to N. H. and Boston, Mass. for goon B. Sewell entertained last Friday and Mrs. C. A. Parham, also CoMer, son .or Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dy Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Court.Clerk For Selling In Or Near

sweet thl weeJc because i l'n with her grandmother, Mrs.. Mary a visit Nookie Fowler will evening with a lovely rehearsal of Starke. Conner 01 Starke, Sunday after- G/ZG it 1111 STARKEWrite

bird told me that those "printers Mahony leave next 'I11ursday for Norfolk, dinner party given in h nor ofMiss The wedding took place June 18 noon at 3:30 o'clock Central -

devils" in the back shop might The Priest ,family surely had a Va. to spend tour days with bus- Ona Demorest and her fiance in Folkston, Ga. Standard Time, at the .,First fa Clrt-.U NOTICE Cert TO, Bradford APPEAR Co.at

.Bqueeze I'n ole me out of tht, paper I s trk of tough luck Sunday night, band Ensign Dick Fowler, who will Paul Shupe. whose marriage :Mr. and Mrs. Fuqua are staying Baptist Church of Marianna.A rlorlda I. Ckaaeery.HliaE .

this week 'cause there have i when not only having the store's b in dock those days from the was an event of Saturday evening with his parents until he leaves reception ,will immediately Louis A. Antonopoulos.Anthon Plaintiff Also, VI.K'Iownas Vas- \

bees 80 many weddings turned safe and money stolen, but the USS Tarawa I In the First Methodist Church. for Camp Pendleton, CaUl. for follow the wedding ceremony. in Ulkl H. Antonopouloll, Also Known .
safe also contained Janette The party, which preceded the the church recreation bILL al Bessie 1.. Anthon, Defendant. .
'in hear the W. J. DOdd Jr. S-Sgt. Billy Miles Is home ath sonored pedal training.Methodist : Case No. 9892N.tltie
'family have moved out to the (Priest) Jones' wedding and en.gagement ter duty in French Morocco, couple's'wedding rehearsal No invitations are being issued T. Ap'f'ar. For Free Folder-
rings, which she had was held at the home of Mrs. To: Yaslllki H. Antonopoulo al.ao .
Rosenberg cottage on Kingsley North Africa and will report July Men but all friends and relatives of the know
BroWn as Bessie :L.
Jake for a fv months having ..put In the strong box for safe 11 to Los Angeles for further duty on N. Walnut :treet. :couple are invited to attend. whose residence and address Anthon.III: ATLANTIC MEMORIALSINCISTASLISHED

sold their home on the corner of keeping while she went to the see they have made a good The living room was attractiv. Have Fishi Supper D.2220 C.18th Street N. W.,. Washington, 1910-

Cypress Westmoreland to Albert !hospital next week; and Dan start on the J. M. Vickers new ly decorated for the occasion with la Clrt-.lt C..tt braer.r& co..tr, You are hereby notified that a 715 IOUST1'

and Leon Lee the Lees i Priest (who goes into service at home on Blanding highway, just arrangements,of yellow marigolds, The Starke, Methodist 11en's Florida I. Ckaacery. nit for I IAClSONVILlI, PLOI1CA.Tues.
i Ft. Jackson, S. C. Mon. had shasta daisies and verbena. The enjoyed barbecued Irene I. Tucker, Plaintiff, vs. Carl Divor""
on ) Fellowship a
moved Monday from the Fancher I west of the Pow ells hear L. Tucker, Defendant. bas been filed against you In the
house, across the street, and put an envelope in the safe which that Evelyn Nevvsome caught buffet serving table In the dining fish supper at the KIngsley Lake Case Xo. 9894 -

Capt. and 11rs P. I). Fancier ot i I conWned tall his Identification Phyllis Steidley's bridal bouquet room was centered with an arUstarrangenent home of C. HI' Nasworthy Monday Order or P.bUt-atl.a State or Florida aad Notlt-e TAppe.ri .

State Farm are moving into their papers including birth certificate last Thursday evening-wonder. Ie of red roses and I evening. George T. Huggins, newly To: Carl L. Tucker, whose residence -

house this weekend--eapt. Fan- : marriage certificate, dis.'charge what that's going to do to her shasta daiSies and flanked by elected president, presided at the Road. and Greensboro address, North Is: Ul9 Carolina.Pinecroff

cher Is retiring after working for papers from Nat'l. Guard future love life glad to three-tiered silver candelabra meeting at which time plans were You are required to appear on

the State for the past 30 years, !and other valuable information se Eva Stump up and around r holding burning white tapers. A made for the next supper to beheld July 27, 1953, 10 the above named
'
Court and wherein
which he will need before l lovely arrangement of deep red I at the Methodist Recreation couse plaintiff
20 years of which was spent at reporting again and as chipper as ever seeks divorce, alimo"lY. and costs.
State Farnt' Ruth Broadway for duty.-Surely hope these Michael Devrick celebrated his hibiscus centered the buffet. The Hall on July 20. Bradford County Telegraph shall Dedicated
To
!will be returned to him guests were seated at seven'small I publish this Order in next four Community Seniu -
and chUdrt.n have been 4th birthday The committee as
staying June
on 18 supper appointed weekly Issues. "Hov1ee Are Better Than Evrr"
out at Rubs ,Johns cottage on I Hear that Donald Ritchie of. June Patel's birthday was the tables arranged on the porch. by },fr. Huggins, will be Witne my hand and official seal

Santa Fe the past two weeks :'lice clerk in the Circuit Court: 23rd Jimmy Green's on the I Assisting the hostesses in car H. K. Tyus, Chairman, Merrill I at 1953.Starke, Florida, this June %5. If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
I
Pat nd Bill Jackson and family .'Cle.rk's office, is leaving for the 22nd 0 Rosa Mae Green's on I ing for their guests was Mrs. J.D. truth, and S. R. Johns. An attendance (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby cut ad out and present to Box Office for FREE TICKETS
Cottrell
of AI Clerk of said Court
are spending this week at the Marines eoon-Vill report Juy; the 26th Marion Green's on I Leesburg. comnittee composed of Uy Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Fred Leonhard cottage on Spring .9 at Parris ,IzIand, S. C. 0 the 19th. .Grace and Don Page'b Enjoying the affair were mem. Joe Andrews, Herbert Pitch, and Chas. R. hess, 204 Guaranty Life Sat., June 27-ONLY

L.ake Buddy and 1J1 Bishop see Sonny Ten1y has gone into the wedding anniversary was the 19th I ets of the wedding party, out-of i S. R. Johns was appointed. l1dg., for Jacksonville, Fla. DOUBLE ., Wed.-June 30 July 1
Atty. Pit. 1/%& 417 7/17 FEATUREI
cattle raising business he town guests, and parents of the I
and Bish spent the weekend with Rhoda Dampier's birthday is I I

the Bill Grahams at Kingsley .. ," bought two beautiful calves at L I today (Friday) and when her bride and groom.Episcopal BPW Notice ta CircuIt. NOTICE c..rt TO flrdford APPEAR CO..tT, OLD OVERLAND BIG DOUBLE FEATURE

Jacqueline Moorer and daughter, the stock market in G'vUle onJonday husband, PeeWee, celebrated his FI.rlda, I. C1aa. r)'.
; } Cpt AI Harley sur Church Patricia Peeler, Plaintiff VI. Roy C Ii
S Lee art spending a couple weeks birthday on the 13th (an unlucky The B.P.\V. Club met Monday Peeler, Defendant. Case No. 3895S.tk.
with the J. W. Andrews at Kings. prised wife, Vivian, Tuesday eve day anyhow) by engaging in afoot I Has Picnic At Lake evening at St. Edward's Hall for To Appear.To TRAIL
ning when he called her from Tok3O. : Roy C. Peeler, whose resl.dence j
Icy Stafford Crews is spend. race with Bobby Crews, he their first meeting of the new ,
I and address Is R. D. %. 'ash-
ing his time fishing on his twc,,1 i Japan to wish' her ,a happy received a broken wrist, which; I The congregation of St. Mark's yearrith Desta Dyal, newly burn, North Dakota.: With Rex Allen j

birthday, also said he was t' isnowinacast. Episcopal Church Your are hereby notified that a
weeks vacation from Starke Build. -I I enjoyed a swimming elected president, presiding. suit for < -AndKONGO -
pectlng to be home in Sept.v.llilehe ,
era Dorothy, Ford and daug11, Harley Strong postcards that party and picnic at the Plans for the new .year were dis- Divoce. custody and control of
was in Korea recently he had he's now in the big state of: KIngsley Lake home of Mr. and cussed. minor children
ters are spendin; a few days with I a chance to Visit with Lt W. H:. Texas, and is connected with the Mrs. James Blackshear hu been filed agaInst you 1ft the WILDSTALLION i
Thursday above named Court .,4 and
I. cause
Refreshments
John and Bette Deu, at Kings Edwards, Jr., also .of Starke Shaw Jewelry Co. in Galveston a fternoon. with the group meeting were served at you are requIred to serve a cOPT ciyoup .
-
Icy and Patricia Ann Hum- Ovid Bennett was discharged I, Hear that c. L. SchoU at the church at 3:30 o'clock the close of the meeting by hosttsSes answer or pleading to the complaint -
on the Plaintifri Attorney
I Gladys Green and Desta Dyal.
phries flew up to Yonkers, N, Y. from Si.n Diego on the 18th and j daughter, Adele, and Edwin Pre before going to the lake. I Evan T. Evans, IDS Law Exchange -
vatt Jr. made Building, .Jaeksonvllle
a trip out to New
The
Auxiliary sponsored the Florida. Stone and Hudson
Orleans and Baton Rouge, La Legion Auxiliary and rue the orlghaJ tn the office of
Plus LOST4
af air with Mrs.
Cora "BusT Body Bears" Cartoon
.iast week so Edwin could get i a QuatUe- the. Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,
i I ... baum, Mrs. H. C Brown Mrs. The installation of new officers or before the 27 day of July,i And Chap. No. 10 "CaptaJn Video" '
prevue of LSU where- he wjU US3; otherwise the allegations o. ,
STARKE 3 .I R. J. Davis and Mrs. Mattie Gaha.gan of the American Legion Auxiliary said Complaint 11'111 be taken as confessed I II I
have a football scholarship this by you. I LUCIAN CONNER '
I in charge. oJ arrangements. will be held Tuesday, June 30, at This notice shan be published i
fall ; Hear the Anthony Cer- once each week for tour consecuttu.
L RADiO & TV SERVICE 8 p.m. in the Legion Hall Mrs. weeks In the Bradford County Tele-I hunt
menaros are expected back from
I Miss SUD. Ion.-June
i Ida Sweat fourth gnp 28. 29 ; i-o isLaMrtPlus
W. Y. district
Gracy, I
; North Adams, 11ass. by Jane 27, president Dated this 25 day of .Ju'2e. JlS3.! !
I. Honored On of Donnellon, will be installation (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I :cr ..... -
Reasonable and Mrs. LeClere postcards thatshe's Birthday Clerk nt the Circuit Court DORIS GORDON I
Guaranteed Service 3 Martin L. "Goofy Gymnastics" Cartoon
i officer.WCTU E'T Crosby, Deputy Clerk DAY.M'RAE ', f
having .a delightful stay I I/Z6 4t 7/17 -
11rs. W. A. Solano ADd Latest World News

On All Makes Radios or TV I in Mexico.. Congrats to Billy at a delightful party at entertained her home Notice la CIrCSIt! OTICE Curt TO Bradt.rd APPEAR Co..t.!I J BymeJi 7

---- :Cressler who made the merit list Wednesday evenhtg of last week Diane P.rldai Penton I. c.FTo Plaintiff, u. flex ...A.Penton .i LigbtofThe I' _: T. B. HARDING

n' YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS lat Emory at Oxford during the honoring her aunt, lrs. Ida Sweat, Irs. W. N. Johnson will be Deft-DdaDt. Case \0. 389N.tk

1 NOT GIVING YOUSATISFACTIO I spring quarter as a reward for on her 71th birthday anniversary. hostess to the wcru Friday To:* Rn To Appear..A. Penton. hose reel- : I 11SilveiyJiMO'on"A1 J J Thur., Fri.-JuJy, 3

: superior academic work and e r- Tables were placed in afternoon at 3 o'clock in her home dt'Dce and addre"a is: IT Veterani
I the I I1us..TECICIUt
.eeUent deportment Always yard on Laura 51.Recent Court. Montgomery, Alabama : Beast From
and
I. a picnic Supper was enjoyed. Ton are hereby notified that i \
> % : nice to he.ar about our suit for
Call 19s.w At Once young Also helping to celebrate the occasion Divorce :

folks giving a good account of was Harry Anthony whose Birth has been filed against you In the iW cur.W a.oIWC eJr.CI 201000 Fant horns
above named Court and cause and
_.
themselves ===: IUIUI
birthday fell on you are required to serve a copy of:
228 E. Call Street Nut Door To Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Priest announce Jour answer or pleading to the
Nasworthy's Seems to be all for now : TltULY A GREAT SHOW
Friends and relatives were pres- the birth of a daughter, complaint on tile PIatntIfrs Plus "'Of Mice and Iaglc' Cartoon
See you in the next Attorney Evan T. Evans. J U Pius 'I Woo't Play" 2 Reel Special
,. cut, to help the honoree- celebrate Mary Leigh on June 22 in St.Vineent's Law Exchange BuUdJng Jack I 1- and Latest World News _I
-Carol1\. the occasion. 2oDvfe, Florida
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FRIDAY- 3T&E' 26. 1953 BRADFORD COUNTT TELEGRAPH. BTARKE. FLORIDA
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Miss Marf"a Home Becomes Bride Of Richard Williams Pre-Nuptial Parties I i Miss Hazel Phillips spent the I r Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Vickers and

I For Miss Horne weekend with Mr. and Mrs. D. family left Thursday for a few

!ij, Phillips Gainesville and they I days visit in Immokalee with
Iii Hampton Baptist Church Rites Sunday Afternoon And Wedding Party O&t6dna tz :: I all spent Sunday in St Augustine. :I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Littlefield.

Mrs. Gilbert Brown and t children Mr.-.and Mrs. W. T. Walker of
'
Miss' Martha 'Pearl Horne, :Miss Martha Horne entertained' and :Mrs. J. E. Brown were visiting I'Atlanta, Ga. were jrecent guestsof
'
daughter of Mi. and Mrs. James j her bridal attendants with a pink IN THE NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Oliver in Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren.

Wagner Horne of Hampton, became tea at her home In Hampton last .., Jacksonville and Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins and
the bride of Richard Clair Friday afernoon at 4:30: o'clock. ""- -- -- 6 6 I'I Beach from Thursday to Satur- II children were in Deland over the

Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. The guests-Mrs. Robert Barks- Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Middleton 'I I day.Mr. [[weekend.

Joseph E. Williams of Tampa on u, + dale of Starke; :Miss Faustine Williams daughter Thomasiana of Kindall of Atkinson 5a. and Perry Mid- and Mrs. Ralph Begue and I I Mrs. R. F. Young is in Clearwater -

Sunday afternoon at .:3.0 o'clockin Everglades; Mrs. Betty :May spent the weekend with Mr. WU- dleton of Brunswick Ga. were j|I children and Mrs. Pat Mitchell I this week visiting her sis-

the First Baptist Church of Miss Ruth Sibley and Miss Nor- i liams' father and sister, T. S. Williams Tuesday and Wednesday guests \I!i and son, Craig of Texas spent ';ter, :Mrs. Franklin Johns. Mr.

Hampton. The Rev. Robert C. Fw ma Sweeney-received from ,their Sr. and Mrs. Margaret Dav of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. :Middleton.!ilast week in Miami visiting Mrs. Young spent the past weekend in

Gray Jr.., pastor, performed the hostess beautiful handbags and is. Mr. Williams and granddaughter LaMar Shaw is spending this Mitchell's and Mrs. Begue's par- Ocala on business.

impressive. double ring ceremony- .pink net mitts as mementoes of returned home with them for ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Herrin. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Godwin and
week with -his father, Frazier
The church was decorated with the occasion. an extended visit. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Sr. had children of Port St Joe. are visiting
Shaw, "in Daytona.Rev. I
tan baskets, of mingled gladioli, Mrs. J. W. Horne assisted her Mr and Mrs. W. A. Solano and as weekend guests her mother their parents, Mrs.: Bertha
and Mrs. W. S. McAlileyand I Mrs. R. Koolbect of Jasper and Pearce cf Starke and Mr. and
lilies, and chrysanthemums placed 'daughter in serving the pink lem- daughter Sandra and Mrs. Barbara ,
against a' "background ,ofpalms.. onade, and pink-topped cookies. Kite spent Sunday in St. son, Sam were overnight]j I sisters, Mrs. F. O. Perry of Houston Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the State

Branched candelabra, holding Rehearsal DinnerHonoring'Miss Augustine. guests Monday of Dr. and Mrs. i Texas, Mrs. H. C. Ledtje of Farm.

burning white tapers formed alighted M. L. Kookomoor at Lake Rosa. I W. Columbia Texas, and Mrs. Mrs. Dave Paulk and daughters,
Oliver :
Horne and Rich Aspinwall
Jr., son of R. Li Morgan of Faye and Sylvia in Willacooche'e
archway. Mrs. Jackie Colley accompanied Mr. i, Brunswick Ga. are -
< ard C. Williams of Tampa whose Margaret Davis and '
A of nuptial music grandson and Mrs. L. A. Davis to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis left Ga. this week visiting! rela-
program marriage was an event of Sunday of T. S. Williams, Sr., joined Atlanta.1 1
Mrs. L. A. Cano- Ga. on Wednesday where I Wednesday' for Atlanta, Ga. and lives.
was presented by ,
the U.
afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. S. Army on June 7 and is
va of Starke and Miss Dorothy visit the W. W. Caines, former on July 1 they will go on to Mrs Mary Lane of Jacksonville -
Williams also of now at Fort Jackson
Tampa, parentsof S: C. I
Jane Williams vocalist and sister- Starke residents, for ten days. Waynesville, N. C. for the sum spent the weekend with her
the at
entertained
bridegroom, Mr. I
and Mrs.
Elmer B.
Th law of the who' "I Thomas Smith ,mer. mother, Mrs Bertha Pearce.
groom, sang ,. a dinner at Inn Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi
>a party Keystone will leave in
'Love You Truly", 'Through The last Saturday evening, immediatelyafter their home in Wauchula.Bull six weeks. to make and family will occupy the KinIclfid j! Mrs. Martha Maxwell and nephew -I Mr. and Mrs J. M. Vickers and

Years", and "Wedding Prayer. the wedding rehearsal in cottage at Kingsley lake for I. Jimmy Brackett, spent family spent the weekend in

Sixteen school children, pupils of r RfF v, Hampton Baptist Church. Leads and Calf nursing the months of July and ,August.Mrs. ..Monday in Tampa on business. Mr. Folkston Ga. visiting Mr. and
arias Horne's fifth and sixth i' buckets at Slstrunks.A K. G. Duncan Mrs. Robert]i i Brackett is connected with the Mrs A. G. Gowen.VYYVYYYvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.
The banquet table was effectively 'I
grades, sang "Always" and "Tell telegram received Saturday Demorest, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and.submarine division in Key West
M Why". arranged with a flowered garland by Mr.: and Mrs. J. T. Quigley announced Mrs. J. W, Kincaid leave Mondayfor I and is spending ten days with his
of pink and green, and.was
the arrival of a son, Richard two weeks vacation with Mrs. aunt
The given in
bride marriage by
her father, wore, a gown of white centered with lighted pink tapers. I Scott Carnell, to :Mr. and Mrs.: W. B. Sewell at Little'Switzer- I Mrs. John W. Griffin returned OUR
BIGGEST
I Itk Monogrammed gifts were presented Corbin Scott Carnell I to her home in
of Bronx- land, N. C. They will stop over- Ochlocknee. Ga.
Chantilly lace over net and satin. .y!, ed Mr. Williams to his best '
The fitted bodice was made witha IJ I man and the ushers. v ile, N. Y. Mr. Carnell is the night Monday with Mrs. Roy I on Wednesday after, a visit with
of illusion trimmed grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. .'Smith in Tenniel Ga. who will I her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
yoke nylon
with seed pearls and long fitted 7 1 Attending affair were mem- F. A. Scott and a nephew of Mr. accompany them to Little Switzer- !'Stump. Mrs. W. D. Thomson of VALUES EVER !
bers of the wedding- and a and
lace sleeves. The veil was of } AJ party Mrs. W. A. Scott of Gaines- land. Monticello arrived Thursday to
few intimate friends'and relatives. ville and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quig- Van Patel js in West Floridafor I spend some time with her parents
lace-trimmed sheer illusion, falling I
from a coronet of iridescent ley. a few days on business. .the Stumps. Ott ptLY AD"t *

pearl. 'She carried a cascade bouquet j + Miss Bennett Honored Mr. and Mrs. Martin Struth and Donnie Page of Jacksonville I R. B. Alvarez left Sunday for "\ IP 11 s

of white rosebuds 'centered r .,. .ir' i' I. sr3 At Lovely ShowerMiss children, Betty, Martin, Jr., and son of Don Page, is now makinghome 1 a meeting in Atlanta Ga. ()
with a white purplethroatedorchid. Sandra of Milton Mr. and Mrs. W. his with Mr. and Mrs. Page. I Mrs. C, M. Turney of Jacksonville I.Z

yy r -, --- Johnnie Bennett whose G. Struth and Mrs. Leah S. Bauk- Visiting the J. L. Cole, family I|: and Dallas, Texas, spent a
,
night of Jacksonville, Mrs. EstherS. last week were Mr. and Mrs. Jack i'i few days last week with Mr. and
Mrs..Robert C. Barksdale. sister marriage to Doyle E. Conner Will I
Johnson Plant Edwards of Tampa who were en- Mrs. Guy Andrews. 1
of the bride, was matron. honor, be an event of Sunday afternoonin City. and Mrs. I I
y.VSA'9A L. M. DeSha of Wildwood route to Baltimore, Md. Md New |I i I Miss Barbara Rickenbacker of
and wore a waltz length gown of Marianna was the inspirationfor were
6 .- : l guests of Mrs. W. H. Struth and York.. J. L. Cole is visiting his Winter Haven is spending this
Imported white Swiss organdyover a lovely miscellaneous showergiven .
Miss Kate Strnth. parents and other relatives in LaGrange week with the R. B. Alvarez fan
blue taffeta, A taffeta sash last Friday evening at the
Mr. and Mrs. Ga. and South Alabamathis ily.
Accented the fitted bodice and home of Mrs. Emery Lewis. J. T. Quigley returned
week. Mr. and :Mrs. Dewey
full skirt. An halo bonnet Hostesses for the affair Saturday from a' vacation Warren
organdy Mrs.
:Ir, and Richard C. Williams were Haines and I'and fo'r
Mrs spent mostly around Rev. and Mrs. L. D. family will leave Tuesday
Starke
and Paul Faulkner Watter- and 'I
nosegay of blue and white Mrs. F.L. ,
down home this week a week's vacation
the State. family will return in Eastman,
carnations completed her costume. son, :Mrs. J. C., Sapp Mrs Joe They visited Flag
wore, a matching hat and her let Beach St. end after a month's vacation at Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pete
corsage linburg Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Williams Starling Airs Fate Brown and Augustine, Salt
The bridesmaids were :Mrs.
of Springs, Magnesia the Brownlee cottage, St. Augustine Harrell and family. .er
was pink rosebuds. will be at home to friendsat Mrs. Robert Myrick. Springs and
Richard' D. sister of the
May The former Miss Home is agraduate 3301 Gandy Boulevard in Glenn Springs near Gainesville, but Beach. Mr. and Mrs John Moyer and
The
bride Miss Faustine Williams ofEverglades Lewis home was attrac "
of the University of Tampa. found Starke about the coolestspot Bird cages and supplies at Sic daughter Jane, of Jacksonville
City; Miss Ruth Sibley lively decorated for the occasion
Florida with a BAE degree, and they say.. trunks. = were visiting the Orie Wiggins
Out of town.
friends and relatives
of Theressa: and Miss Norma with lovely arrangements of summer
is a teacher in Hampton Elementary Mrs. J. M. Mitchell had Sun Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler and I family and other friends and relatives
Sweeney of Hampton. They wore attending the wedding anreception d flowers with yellow and as
green of Jacksonville here
Victor on
and
day guests sons, Joe Sunday.
School. her
cousins Lewis
were Mr. and Mrs. Alex s
dresses predominating. The I
Identical in style to that refreshment
Putman and Miss Mary Lou Zeigler 1 1I Mrs. J. Henry Blair of Wash-
Mr. Williams is a senior in the of St. .
ander Elliot and table Petersburg, Mr.
daughter Cynthia overlaid
of was with beautiful
the matron of honor, but of a
and Mrs. of Miami were guests over the next week of Mr. and Mrs. Junius
I II I
Law School at the University of Robert Case of I
of Charleston S. C. W. S. lace Orlandoand
cloth
.
;
and
taffeta and centered with
organdy over pink
; Florida. Roy Case of weekend of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. ington, D. C. will be the guest
Horne St. George S. C. Miss an artistic Spartanburg, S.
they carried of ; arrangement of yellow I
nosegays pink Reception Is Held I I C. I Dampier and family of Starke'and Smith at Kingsley lake. The
,
Mary Moorer HarleyvJUe S. C. marigolds
; Interspersed with
and white carnations mixed with
Immediately after the ceremonythe green }Irs. F. W. Varnadoe and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffis Smiths have as guest this week
Mrs. J. H.
daugh
j McABiany, Mr. and ery.
baby breath fern. Pink halo bonnets ,t er, Mary Ln I and family in Theressa. Frank Marjenhoff, Jr. of Jack-
parents of the bride were M. R. DicAlhaayMrs. W. P. I of Palatka visited
and matching pink linen slip I'Mrs. Appropriate games were played Mrs. Mrs. A. M. Moore( and sonville.
and
hosts at a reception in their home Johnson and daughter Ernestine.fof I Varnadoe's brothers, W.. P. Mr. II'1
and net mitts their ( { during the
were ac- evening and
pers
prizes and Pat
Miss Mrs.
which decorated and.Eldridge daughter Diana Larry Gibson admit
was attractively Smith on was
S. and Saturday.
t Reevesville. C.;; Mr. .
cessories. were won by Mrs. ,
with baskets of summer flowers',Mrs Joseph E. Williams Sr., Miss j i Mrs. W. C. Ward. V. S. St. John of Archer spent Carraway of Blackshear Ga. will 1 .ted to St. Vincent's Hospital on ,

Barbara Sue Barksdale dimtnu-I I and potted plants. I Dorothy Jane Williams, Mr. and Frazier Quentin Shaw.FDlmgim and Mrs. Fathg ''s Day with his family here. I I be overnight guests this Fridayof Monday for surgery. .Do.lad... .....,.

tive niece of the bride, I Mrs. Ola M. Perkins greeted ,Mrs. Jos. E. Williams Jr.. Leland Billy Dampier spent the pasS Mrs. Daisy Perryman and Mrs. rkry,1,. Nrl
flower girl a miniature model of guests at the door an4 presented Hawes, Jack Hughey, Mr. and The hostesses presented the two weeks with his grandparents I I Del Colley while enroute ton a I r dt&I
the dresses worn by the other at.tendants. / honoree with a spoon from her I Mr. and Fort Lauderdale. NOTICE
in
them to the receiving line. Miss Mrs. Robert Dansby, Mr. and Mrs. II Mrs. P. A. Dampier, i wedding WILL PAY CASH I

:She carried' a white Betty' :furling"}kept the bride's j Norman Johnson and son, Ronnie, chosen silver pattern as a, memento1 Jacksonville. and is .now visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W Palms I IsPet 'We 'Will Close All Day
TIMBER
'satin-cov.reo, basket filled with book;; whfle2MfsC: O. D. Gay super-1 laid Gene McPherson. an a f of'the' occasion I" *> r !his uncle and'11tYMr:1' ; nd 'bitss I I Thursday of last week in]i

blue* hydrangea petals, :which she 'vised 'the'bridesmaids activities.. Tampa; Elmer Gay and James Invited to be present with th W.'T. Zeigler and family in Jacksonville 'Jacksonville and were overnight'guests :'ii For Thur., Fri., Sat.
scattered in the of the bride. 1 hostesses and Mrs. Saw Logs
path and :Miss Bennett Friday of Mr.
Assisting In cutting and serv- Horne. Jr., Orlando; Mrs. O. D. were ,I I' July 2 3 and

Mr. Williams served as his son's ing',the, wedding .cake and other Gay, Dunejlon; Mrs. S. N. Ken 85 gu-sts.! Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ,Francis of: i.1 Frank Durshimer at Fernandina': AND PULPWOOD 4't

best man. Ushers were Joseph refreshments were Mrs. G. F.I nedy and Steve Kennedy, High Auburn, Ala. are spending the Beach. | .

E. Williams Jr., brother of the W/dsworth, Mrs,George Williams, !Springs; James pope, Joan Naugh- T. IA Officers latter part of this week with Mr. Mrs. V. S. St. John is making j I A Post Card Will Bring Me t

bridegroom of Tampa: Robert C. Mrs. Joseph E. Williams Jr., Mrs. ]I ton Betty Jean Lovett, Mr. and and Mrs. T. H. Slade and family. an indefinite visit with her son- ) To See You.

Barksdale. brother-in-law of thebtiderof.rStarke Joanna Hicks and Misses Ernes-: Mrs. Lewis Edwards of Gainesville And 'CounselorsOrganize Mrs. Y. A. Harris and Betty Lou in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. j

: and Jack M. 'tine Johnson of Reevesville, S. C.,; ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whidden i Harris of Gainesville were Sunday B. H. Christiano in Darien, Conn. ; D. B. ''Dick Thomas

Hughey and Leland Hawes Jr. of 'I Gladys Bundy IdeH Landrum, and family Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Mc Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman..' Lawtey, Fla.

Tampa. Stevie Denmark of Grace Dickinson Joan Sweeney, Mason W. Morrow, Holly Hill; Mr. The officers- and counselors of Griff, Sr. are going to Asheville and High PHONE 265 STARKE, FIA

Starke, dressed in a white suit, Helen Jean and Doris Parker, and Mrs. J. Weber Glazier, Brad- the Training Union of the First No. 2 Cans at Sis trunks. lands, N. C. next week for a briefvisit. ,,I YVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVYVVVVYMARY

served aa ring bearer, Josephine Thomas Barbara enton; Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Prouvinsky Baptist Church held an organizational Mr. and Mrs: James Drew went I

MI'!. Horne, mother of the bride, Matchett and Connie Sweeney. and daughter, Bernice, St. meeting Wednesday evening to Lyons Ga. over the weekendwhere Kay Rowland is visiting relatives

..,was attired in a model of mauve .For her wedding trip the bride Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs. JackWallace after prayer services to in Mrs. Drew remained for a in Apalachicola and Tallahassee ESTELLE FERRY

lace with which she wore pink wore a suit of aqua faille with and children, Dunedin; stitute monthly council meetings. week's visit with her parents, for two weeks.

and navy accessories and a corsage black patent leather accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tinney; The next meeting and those following Mr. and Mrs. Stanley. Whonic.Mr. Mrs. Frazier Shaw spent Wednesday -

of pink rosebuds. A black summer velvet hat and a Ozona; Mr. and' Mrs Marvel will be held on the last and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and and Thursday of last week BOOKKEEPING SERVICE

The bridegroom's mother, b its.I white orchid corsage completed Whitehurst Jr., Palm Harbor:; and Tuesday of each month at 7:30 family visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. with Mr. Shaw in Daytona.

Williams, was gowned in you are' her traveling outfit. Karen Sue Morris Pompano p.m. Walters in Jacksonville on Fa ;:Johnnie Bennett Doyle

blue silk with lace effect. She'., After spending a week in Gat- Beach. I All officers of the various Unionsare er's Day.T. thConner, Mrs. Ovid Bennett and TAX RETURNS '

___ HU_ I urged to attend as various H. Slade Joann and Flora son Randy spent Wednesday of

phases of training will be stressedat Slade and Jane Richarde have last week at Daytona. 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE .
Slade and Tombo .
Smith. They each meeting. gone to Douglas, Ga. to take Joy Cooper of Orlando spent the I

were in the water one hour and The following officers of each Mrs. W.'S. Slate on to Wayne weekend with Mr. and Mrs. G.

t BRENDA BRADFORD 45 minutes. Congratulations! union are especially urged to attend vile, N. C. They expect to re S. Newcomb On Sunday Joy's I Phone 57 Macclenny Fla.
!
.. Jackie Pat,. Richard, and Jim- these meetings: president, turn home on Saturday, except father, J. H. Cooper, and son,
mie Hobbs' have just returned vice president, group leaders Joann, who will remain in Baxle y, Johnnie and Mrs. H. P. Moye of

The Bradford County youngerset day when Girl's State begins. The from a visit with their grandmother Bible Readers leader, secretaries, Ga. for, a week's visit with Jean Orlando called for her to take AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe

I has really been vacationingfull two groups will attend a big at Tallahassee.G. and all adult workers. Whitaker.Mr. her home and spent the day with .of\,

swing since the big day when dance tonight before the boys I. haircuts seem to be the and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and the Newcombs. The Newcombs World's

school concluded y 31.' icons I home Saturday.. latest, fashion wise for the younger YYY YYYYYTYYYY YYYYTTYY daughter Joan, were dinner guests also had as guests on Tuesday, Resources, :

Kenneth Tyus did not waste -'x' male population of Bradford Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs.L. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Newcomb of

any time after graduation, in en- ?t .< County. Surely hope Uncle Sam's LONG BRIDGE, R. Tenly in Gainesville. Orlando. NEAR AS OUStPRESCRIPTION
,
.rolling in the summer session at ,'' '. recruiting station has not had Mrs. Harold Hazelwood and Gold fish and supplies at Sir

the U of F .. He; must like to go anything to do with the new style! children spent Thursday in trunks. ROOM
'" to'school .. ;'the exception to the >' Wouldn't be surprised if the boys By Mrs. Seeber JloodyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAA Gainesville. Mrs. George Ker and Mr. and

rule! egf were just trying to get rid .of the Cynthia Cox of Live Oak is Mrs. Ernest King and daughter,

Eleven of Jane Richarde's girl : ti.I two-tone effect of those bleached spending this week with her Margie May, of Manhattan Beach,
locks that are now growing out. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr.: grandmother. to ..
friends were her guests, June 15, t Mrs. D. L. Silcox. Calif. arrived last Thursday:
on the event of her 15th birthday. joining in, the recent rush for are receiving congratulations on Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Pancoastof spend a week with Mr. and Mrs.L. "4. i
arrival
the
They attended a movie at the I, crew hairdos are Coy Alvarez Alachua of a fine young son in Jacksonville Beach and Miss A. Davis and Judge and Mrs. t ,rf11N fpHl

Florida Theatre followed by a John Bennie Sapp, Bobby Crews, General Hospital on Tuesday Ethel Fowler of Jacksonville were E. K. Perryman. Mr. Davis took

swimming party at the home of Vernon Teston Bucky Buck, i'Steven, June 16. He has been named weekend guests, of }Ir. and bi rs. their guests to St. Augustine and

her grandparents', Mr. and 'Mrs. aka, a Harold Godwin, Ed Teston, and 'Louis. Mrs. Johns will Vic Frees. Marineland on Monday and to
be
Ritch, on Kingsley Lake. Enjoying Randall Martin. Recent converts Dekle remembered as Miss Patricia Rev. Charles Mercer of Fair the Stephen Foster Memorial on

the affair were: Joanne Slade, among the college set are, Pat of Lake Butler. mont. N. C. will be the overnight Tuesday and the Perrymans took
McGriff and Earl Norman. -Well, [ Miss Floria Yarbroough and guest Monday of his uncle Wednes-
Jean _Whitaker, Gail Duke, Linda and them to Silver Springs on .
Johns,. Margaret Rose Duncan. methinks the crew-dos are quite Maggie Rosier of Raiford are aunt :Mr. and Mrs. R. F, Young day. -

Jackie Oolley Sandra Johns Joan becoming to our young men about j spending their vacation in our while enroute to the Methodist Mrs. Evelyn LeFever Brown of

town just so they don't windup community helping gather tobac conference in Cuba.
and Joyce Scholl, Sandra Strick- Winston Salem, N. C. spent last
land and Nancy ,Bates. with one of those awful Mohawk co.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Hoffmanand week with Mrs. Martha Maxwell.

rm cure Marion Harrington and topnots that are the rage in I children. and Mrs. T. M. Hodge and daughter Virginia and grandson Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marshall

C. W.. Slade have had a wonderful some parts of the country.. lee of Palatka visited Mark- George, of Rockville Center and family of Anthony, former
Moody We
Monday.
Joanne Slade and Richarde are glad L. L
Jane
week at Tallahassee where are. spending the summer residents of Starke, were guests
have been visiting in North Carolina i to say that Mark is recovering with their relatives Mr. and Mrs.C. of Mr. and Mrs. Frazier
they have been attending BoysState. I I SWIM LAKE: 'This tired but fast from the accident which Sunday ,
i occurred
this past week with Mr. Slade. H.
Bagley at Starke 301 Motel. Shaw.
will ,
is
They put their experiences happy group pit.ured just
t Saturday morning when
to good use next year I. after swimming across Kingsley Soon after their return Joanne j Capt. and Mrs. Lot Ensey and Vernon 1{. Harrell of Tarbaro, f
the half track
i I will leave for Baxley, Ga. to paya I carrying a drag line son, Lot, Jr., are the with ty1 -
at B. H. S. as president and Vice-Lake Tuesday afternoon of last he was spending two N. C. is spending summer
driving overturned
president of the Student .Council, :I week. They are Dick Smith return visit toher friend JeSusan a n Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Stanaker weeks vacation at the Ensey placeon his father, Jimmy M. HarrelL They .

Nancy 'DuPre will join them to Flora Slide, Dave Long Whitaker. and Mr. and firs Roy Porter Kingsley Lake. Capt. Ensey is are visiting various parts of Florida # ,
Patsy and Brian Kucera are at present serving on the staff of while his father is on a two i
vacationing, with their parents, of Ft. White spent Sunday with the Commander in Chief Atlantic weeks vacation from HumphreysGold I
Mr. and Mrs.
W.
C. Stanaker.
'
in .
Mexico.
Fleet, in Norfolk Va. r

mm RECTO SERVICE Marilyn; and Pearson 'Cox and Barb wire $7.93 a roll at Sis- Mr.Corp.and Mrs. A. D. Barry ofDetroit I MI I

Thomas Moore are also vacationing Drough Cuts Flowers; trunks. Mich are spending a I .

I out in that part of the con Show Called Off Pamela Faye Lawson returned two weeks vacation with Mr. and f

/ try. They are bound for'Santa Fe. home Wednesday from St. Vin Mrs. Michael Barry of Barrys VTOUI physician gives you a pmcrj -just a little

$EJ'RADIO Social activities in the subsubset The dry weather in May curtailed cent's hospital where she underwent Restaurant. I > X slip of paper-but to compound it correctly, our
have been
floarishing this week the production of flowers, surgery and is getting along Judy Dankel and :Martha Ann pharmacists may have to draw open the world's re

with Ray and Nell Norfleet of as well as vegetable crops so nicely. HutchinSOn spent the weekend in sources.It is not uncommon for prescription to require

I:Madison visiting Mary Agnes and there will be no annual flower Louis J. Tsavaris, medical student Waycross Ga. visiting relatives. drugs and chemicals gathered from a score of countries,

Anne, Matthews at Kingsley' Lake show this year. The 'announcement from the University of_Miami i Ann Johns will return this weekend purified,blended and con traded as only skilled phar
:: afternoon
Monday
AND Frances was made yesterday by Miss Medical School is spending the i from Augusta, Ga. where she macists'know how, to make the medicine that exactly(

Landrum was hostess at a (belated Dorothy Ross county home demo- summer with his sister, :Mrs. A. 'spent two weeks visiting Mr. and fits your needs. We take pride in having ample stock 'I

TELEVISIONI birthday) theatre party, and stration agent. A. Kartsonis and Dr. Kartsonis. 'I Mrs. C. N. Christy. to make this possible. .

Tuesday the girls got together i lit and Mrs. J. R. Kite visitedMrs..J. i Jacobsun Gas Lawn Mowers $99. I i

,,, II again at the. Matthews place for right up and get them from :Miss A. Bouvier in McIntosh on Terms at SUtrunks. i,

a hamburger fry. The rain obligingly Moore at the BHS office. Sunday. I i Mrs. f'. F. Prather and daughter -

held off until the watermelon Come on now. Everybody pitchin Air. and Mrs. Harold'Hazelwoodand ,, Sandra, of Jennings, La. are KOCH DRUG STORE

I and Service course. and make lots of news for me family will be in DeFuniak visiting bits Prather's mother,

;.1 ... Have been reliably informed to report next week! Until thenas [Springs next Wednesday through Mrs. Faye Gill Jor a month.

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida that about 20 or 30 students have ( :Me Davison would say) ... Sunday visiting their mothers"Mts. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gill and I
still to claim their 52-53 ynniMiaDon't I
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I be bashful, fplks. Step -Brenda |,J. B. Miller. to Camp Blanding.. ,
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were Jo Ann Ridaught, Murl are visiting the Tom Southerlandsfor Mrs. Elsie Doylng who is in Paris. from injuries sustained when ai ,
Dykes. Jessie Rowland. Dorothy several weeks. Mrs. Doying plans to visit Spain horse; fell on him. I P- :_ ___ :._'__ :- : z i
and Leslie Mr, and :Mrs. Thomas C. :Mc- and England. Her return home is
Evan Dykes
Ownbey Instead of their regular noon i
Keystone Heightsby Ridaught Mrs. yiola Ridaught Dvaine of Jacksonville were' recent indefinite.It .. meetingthe Rotary (pub will 1 SUMill
of Miss Gertrude
Mrs. Robert JacksonAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAU chaperoned the group. Houser.guests.' was nice seeing Rev. Weld' have dinner and installation of I| HOT PRICES ON COOL IS!
Miss tola Snider is visiting Mr. Miss Ann Britt Pcierson of out again after several weeks in officers Friday evening at the Inn. j
and Mrs. Ralph Thomas in Day- ,the hospital.. Out-going president E. T. Martin i
Birmingham Ala. has been visi-
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tona Beach. i A trip to Havana for two Is in ,will present the gavel to Lindsay j .
John Powers is Mrs. Carl Rohlin.
Mrs. seriously ting Mr. and '
s Riverside The Arthur Beckwiths have is !store for some fortunate couple. Walker Other officers are: secretary -I
in
art with pneumonia E. H. Mecklem of Pittsburgh
gone to New York to visit his This will be awarded at the Cath Fremont Tolles; directors,
Marge
Hospital, Jacksonville. visiting his sister Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Altman mother. They will return In the Tracy. olic Club Bazaar July 18 For CoL R. H. Kelley, N. W. Harden-
fan. information contact member M. L. Beasley and Cam
burgh
to Virginia. Their Holl and childrenof any
have returned Mrs. Paul F.
several weeks Mr.and Mrs. Bill Reynolds have of the Catholic Club. I Bastedo. Guest speaker"for the
children will spend Pittsburgh will be with Dr. ;
here with the E.. Altaians. returned from Highlands, N. C. and Mrs. Holl until the first of Lane and Bob Jackson were evening will be Odis Hinnant, di-
The Charles Olivers of Aberdeen rector of the YMCA at Camp
James McCrary: and daughter I'August. away last week; Lane visiting tOVETTt
Md. are here for a brief visit. Immokalee.
Diane have been visiting the M. 'me Gustafaons and children of, Crystal Murray in Tampa, and -
Mrs. Horsfall has gone to Mass- 'have Miss Joyce Haskins of Jackson- .
C. McCrarys.Mr Green Cove Springs bought Bob with his grandparents, the
and Mrs. Clarence Sipe leftlast achusetts"for the summer. a home on Lake Geneva and will P. H. Haskins In Ocala. ville spent the weekend with her d
Mrs.,J,W. Morrison and daugh- sister, Mrs. Robert Jackson.
week for Newscastle, Pa.I spend the summer here. Mrs. C. E. Mitchell and son
ters of Richmond, Va. are visitingthe The Lions Club will sponsor a ,
From there they will leave for a Tom Careya.Mr. On July 14 a special election Dwight have gone to Charleston dance Saturday for their buildingfund. .
Northwest, Canada held the City Councilto W. Va. for weeks .
trip through the Mrs Stein at will be by two vacation.
and J. were It will be held at the Nick Y/////M.
and AlaskaIntermediates Melbourne Beach several days last fill places left by two councilmen Friends were shocked to learnof Bursons' place.LONG -
from the Baptist week. and the town marshall's resignation the death Of young Jack Quantity Rights Resened. Pries Good Thru Sat., June 27

church who' attended the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. E.? A. Kirk and *. Sipprell, son of the .Murray
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Long Branch were well. attended You Can't Bake Wrong WithAkERI11
and all expressed their appreciation -
and a blessing from the sermon Lb Can

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.' first Homecoming sermon and
establishing Homecoming Day, .
"'1 now he has preached the most outstanding Vacuum PackedASTOR

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at Long Branch. There were folks .
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other places present at the Donald DuckSALAD

: services Sunday.The .
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'.'.-L.,,." I ganized into a church Sunday,
Sunday School at 10 o'clock,
\ preaching at 11 and Organizationat -
: \ 2:30. Dinner was served at Delicious Luncheon MeatSWIFT'S
I both churches. We have not learned -
j ""- ", < how many Charter members 72-oz 1QCj
",,{ there are or if the congregationwas PREM!

'. : more than normally present
:t I was unable, to attend either
if 'a'i.' 'tt .
i. ..$..:1:; t \ \ ."' service, my mother's.health, pre-. .._ __. _- ,__.-.,- __ _-_ .___ -h __ _.-' _-_ .-
"'..... /": "' ; ., vented my attending anywhere.Jo
t,,- : !4"t' Nell Wilkinson is attending TROPICAL Blue Rose NO.RINSERICE'
.>f 1il4fh6Vc7j(. summer college at Gainesville in
,DaD order to renew her teacher's cer-
: ; tificate. We understand she will TIDE
teach at Middleburg next term.
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kf -Sclcctcuuomcats.mh Marion Wilkinson
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on"sardcn-tmhbcrrkunJothtrdc1ica ic-s".,wider t<<; rion's parents and other home 3 39C 21V2C
-. v _. "$Ca 4{ HAf'T -Buy-big"when crop folks and took Jimmie Lang home !
menu variety all year long. are in-quality highest. prices lowest. Cash in 011' with them for a visit or to stay
I _, all summer if he doesn't home .
of get 0
::fi S; -', wholesale prices. Save on lower prices out-o.scasol1 ., sick. Jimmie is the son of Richard __ p- -_ -. "__ .. .--->_. ._ .. :, ',_,.' b'h: : _
,." delicacies. Save on special bargain offers at the stores. .
r.; ", llftJJIt -For evcrvday meals, or when .', :. and Grace Lang.
Save with cheap Sunshine Service! : f.. ..
uacrpcctedguestsarrive-takcatrtptothefmacnns c d Gloria Starling attended Vacation i
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fcf she Stor,. Cook entire meals ahead and freeze them ,] >, '- Bible School in Green Cove .:. ARMOUR'S STAR LAMB SALE .::

4,for"off", days."Mass produce" calls,pastries desserts I: Springs and stayed with :Mr. and
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: ? ,. '.. ; Mrs. W. D. Jones and others while
and staple dishes! ,
,' e?tiP ; ,' .1.- attending Bible school. Tender, Tasty *
$ Grace Lang, son Tommie daughter -

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Padgett, and other relatives and
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were pleasantly surprised Square CutiLAMB --
Sunday afternoon when our friend
JA -rather cousin-of Mr. Strickland, Lb
I Annie Sayward and Mrs. Bill SNIDER 29C

I (Charlie) Hudson called upon us I
for a few minutes. Annie lives in

The I Orlando brother, Bill but and was family visiting in Jack-her Tender- Meaty Rib
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Bring
sonville. They decided to run out Lb
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than she was when she was here Tasty Lamb Loin Lamb

before.:Mr. Kitchen was out this way Lb CHOPS Lb 89C
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SAFE FOURTH hunting "cats" Friday night, they
got one cat, lost one and lost
some dogs. He was out this way
looking for his dogs Saturday and U. S. "CHOICE" Gr. "Eat-Rite" Beef
Sunday. We hope, he found the
AT dogs we need_ them in this neck Lb
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I ot cats the woods again ,to hunt these CHUCK ROAST .

<.Vra"S" T533 Xtratlar Well, folks, Mr. Kress from

Penney' trying Farms to is do here something this morning for- S. "CHOICE" ,Gr. "Eat-Rite" 7" Cut f-< <9'|,

.:_ this poor old piano. He says us Lb

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learned there was no "PLAY" in U. S. "Choice" Gr. Plate HICKORY SWEET Sliced

uf! Not even a good noise! So we
will look forward to a great improvement BACONLb
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J FRIDAY JUN} 26. 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK, FLORIDA --r
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. Forsyth and Mrs. John Knight on Mrs. M. B. Layfieid

HAMPTON Monday.
Mr. and OIrs. Ernie Souther-

. BY GLINT BONNER : Preston Nettles of Earleton land of Lake Butler visited her

by Irs. Wm. W. Hammond I Beach spent Friday evening with sister, Mrs. Joe Forsyth and fami-

'the Raleigh Brannens. ly on Sunday.Mr. .
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_.r. I 1.1rs.VlIey Williamson and and Mr$. John Knight and
t I 31. U. Meeting children spent Thursday with her son Ronnie visited Mr. and lIrs. ,

Methodist' Church Tennessee Team Let The Lower Lights Be Burning Mrs. Eugene Birt was hostess mother Mrs. J. D. McCulloch, on Punic Green and family at Hell-

Conduct, Services to the regular monthly meeting of the farm. bronn Saturday evening.Mrs. .

Serve the W. 1.L U. with Mrs. K. B. Joe Forsyth has returned from Pearlie
The'annual Wedding Day f Hears aStory Davis spent' the
At Hampton Baptist Gospel Singer Watterson opening with prayer. I Lake Wales where weekend in Tampa with friends:
IC6 will be held in the FJ.o'st Methodist I he visited his
Mrs. Betty May had charge of the I brother, W. A, Forsyth at Mrs Bruce Roark of Stark
Church of Starke, Sunday But for his untimely death, the golden voiced near the entrance to the harbor "The Master I program, 'The Value in Chris- a
r Hospital there. When his brother spent Mondayith her mother
morning, June 2& at 11 o' lock. Philip BUss would have perhaps outrivaled Ira will take care of the great light," said Moody tian Education", with members Mrs. R.
is able F.
to travel he DyaL
". will recuperate
Rev. ThOmas GO' Mitchell will D. Sankey as the greatest gospel singer of the 1et us keep the lower lights burning i taking part.
Once an idea struck the alert mind of Bliss t at the home of the Joe Forsythsin Carl Dennison is able to be
preach the sUbject, l'1iarrlage last centurr. With a start ot twenty years over
on he worked rapidly usually writing both .Irs. Joan Hicks gave the 3rd Hampton.Mr. .
f music Fanny Crosby, It is also likely that he would } back on the ice truck after being
15.a Partnership. Special words and music. At the next service he sang : chapter of "Our W. 1.I. U. Histo- .
} and Mrs
H. C.
will be furnished by the Senior hare run the blind poetess a close second asAmerica's a new hymn for Moody's congregation' It ry". Gernigan injured a couple of weeks ago(
most prolific hymn writ r. But the and daughter Margaret of Clear-
Choir. Husbands and wives are was- when he fell from the truck.
the
Pennsylvania composer had enjoyed less than At close of the program water spent the weekend with
cordially. invited to attend this a a decade of success when his life was sJluffed Father's Irs. Birt served a delicious salad Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen llr. and Mrs. Don Hill and family .
Brlgthly beams our
special service together out at the age of:8 in a railroad wreck in 1876. From His lighthouse evermorCj mercy: course. and Mrs. M. B. Layfield. Mar- returned Saturday from a vacation .

The Vacation Church School.w1ll 1 Thus"hQ b .often referred to as "the'lamented But to us He gives the keeping Among guests at the Williams- garet remained for 'an extended in Holly, Mich. and Mem-

come to a lose sunday evening, 1 Bliss. Of the lights along the &hore. Home wedding were, Mrs. O. D. \isit. phis, Tenn ,

June 28. with an "Open House" Philip BUss got the themes for most of his Gay of Dunellon Elmer Gay OrIando' Mrs. J. D. ulloch and son,

for parents and friends beginning hymns from sermons. It wu from a sermon Dark the nIght of sin has settled, and Miss Faustine Williams, Mr and Mrs L. Williamson Luke, spent Sunday with her
by a Rev. Brundage' that he got his idea for Loud the billows and children of Theressa called on
tD the EducationalBullding' angry roar:
at' 7 p. m. .
Everglades City daughter Mrs. Williamson
Wiley
"Almost Persuaded" While singing for 'the
evan- Wllliamsons
WHey Saturday
Oft display will be the Eager eyes are watching, longing, '
gelist D. W. Whittle in Chicago BUss heard For the lights along the shore. Oscar McGee and family have evening and family.
handcraft and creative activities the preacher tell of a battle during the Civil moved to Starke. Mr. andMrs. Homer Drew of
on which the children have been War. From the his theme for Mrs. Louise Manier and guests,
came
message feeble
working during the school. At -"Hold the Fort" Trim your lamp, my brotherS Mrs. Jessie Chastain, Mrs. D. Mr and Mrs. Homer Drew, were Ocala visited -.Mrs. Louise Maier
Some seaman,
poor tempest.tossed,
.W. Swindel and Mr. and Mrs.R. .
1:30 p. m. there will be a sharing The singer-composer was stnging for Dwight Trying now to make the harbor, in Gainesville Sunday and son this week.

service in the Sanctuary with the L. Moody when the renowned evangelist told In the darkness may be lost. ,. F, Dyal afternoon.were in Lake CitySaturday' Mr and Mrs. J.. Eo Adkins, Mrs Mr. and Mrs Topsy Brown and

childreft'and\workers in the school the story of a shipwreck Moody related how I, Grace Beale and daughter Joyce, baby spent Sunday with her

participating. JCl parents and passengers were lost because lower lights along Let the lower lights be burning I Bonnie 'Nazworth, youngest are spendin the week In Miami mother, Mrs. Ida.Parish, in Earle
the shore were out and only the large light Send a gleam across the wave I :> .
friends are cordially invited to daughter of Mrs. ,Eva Nazworth, Mrs: Rosier of Sampson City ton.
attend of lit lighthouse was burning. The, pilot had Some poor fainting, struggling seaman underwent a tonsil operation on I
.I his general direction but could not see rocks You may rescue, you may save
A study the Gospel ot St. I' Thursday morning. of last week in AAAAAAAAALALAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAALAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAALr

John wag begun at the J1\id week I Starke.
I prayer service Wednesday evening, Rev. Cliff Robinson Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hammond .

June 24.. The study will be continued and Harry' Bake of Crystal Lake
The "Hour Ot Powei". Brad- -
each Wednesday night at .were Sunday evening callers of
ford County's largest Prayer the Wm. Hammonds.
under the
8. p. m. the direction of
Mr and Mrs. S. J. Osteen visited -
extends- cordial invita-
pastor Meeting, a '
friends and relatives in Tren- .
tion to everyone to hear the spe- {(
services be ton over the weekend. i
Church cial Gospel to presented i
Presbyterian Wednesday evening, July l)1aklhtc by Illustrated natures, J)1rmnrhall1o Alabama Recent guests of the J. W.

School service I, at 8 o'clock in the auditorium Homes have been Mr. and Mrs. t
Regular Sunday Church a church ,building that is air- YYYTTYTTTTTTTTTYTTTYTTT9 Alexander Elliott and
of the First Baptist ,
will at 9:45 At the daughter'l
begin : a. m. '
cooled by exhaust fans "Come, r- Cynthia, of Charleston,
is in store
real treat
Hampton A
o.'clock morning, the worship minister service will preach at 11 for all who come as these yoyng and bring your family to the I HE.IL BR 0 NNb S. Home and :Mrs. Mary Moorer BIRTHDAY
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ladies are talented and well train- church where. everybody some- also of South Carolina, Mrs. M.
"The Hidden Treasure'. At
on Gospel in body. Wen be looking for you McAlhany, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
the service' the ed to present the song. )' Marian NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI
evening worship Speaker of the hour -will be the- this Sunday" says the Pastor. McAlhany, Mrs. Johnston and
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pastor will preach on ."The Message re'h.Bibl "! daughter, Teenie, of ReevesvilIe,
Rev. Cliff Robinson, a member I i4 .
Habakkuk.
of .
I of the, faculty of the Tennessee At The Tabernacle Yec the of sin isdeath;' Re\ H. C. Martin filled the S. c. -.
During the week pf June 29- wages
: Temple Schools, which are located but the gift of God is eternal life pulpit at both morning and eve- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hall and 4-
July 4, the minister will be at in the city of Chattanooga. Under After being absent for two Jesus Christ our Lords ning services Sunday. Next Sun- three sons of Gainesville spent

Camp O'Leno near Lake City the auspices of the famous High- weeks, the sponsors of the Gospel (Romans 6,23.) day night the Juniors will have Sunday. here with relatives. A

where he will be an Instructor in land Park Baptist Church Dr. Lee Tabernacle returned to the services .4 The pleasures of the day mar be charge of the General Assembly Miss Lucill Hall is spending a I rr
Bible on the staff of the Suwannee :Roberson, Pastor, these young Sunday morning and Mr many, and pursued in vigorous in Training Union. .vacation with the Burkhart fami-
Pioneer It It I health. But in the stillness of the :
Presbytery: Camp. :
in Miami. .
ly
people of the team have already Quigley brought a fine message night, alone with his conscience, lIrs. Mildred Sapp and Mr. and I
is necessary to contact the pas- traveled over UOOO miles to render from the Old Testament B. E. 1 each of us yet will come to understand I Mrs. Othma Norman entertained I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox were

tor, he may be reached by contacting special music 'in sacred con- McRae, who had charge of serv- .1 the truth of 81.Paul's words, ,their Junior classes with an outing ,in Jacksonvilleedne.sday.: \ -
Guy Andrews, clerk of the and to know that the choice is ours William -
services. This Phillips and J. H. Bris-
certs and gospel
ices during the past week, assisted alone-no one else can o.t will at Strickland's Landing Wednesday -
session. The minister will be in
great church has led the Southern at the morning worship. make it forus. ; "- After swimming and other tow of Jacksonville visited that
the pulpit as usual on Sunday, Baptist Convention composed of : C. A. Cox family Monday. '
The Tabernacle is cpmfortably games a picnic lunch was enjoyed.
July 5. 28OQO churches in the number of Christian Church Mrs. Ola Hardin and Mr. and
cool and those not worshipping Miss Glenda Varnes left Satur-
-. conversions by Baptism since 19t3. -Irs. Frank Hardin of Jacksonville :.t..
elsewhere invited to day for Orlando to
are cordially spend some
Last year, over 1250 were baptized Sunday, June 28: Bible School were Sunday guests of the M. L.
attend. time there with her father, Pitt Watterson '
.fAIl eFTTERR through the evangelistic efforts of 9:4.5: a. m. Morning Worship and iVarnes I I family.
this outstanding congregation and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Goodson
. 1I0T.IIGI1I.1I111In.IUIIIUIIUU pastor.As Keystone Baptist Communion 11 o'clock; sermon, Mr and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and and children of Miami are visiting

PAY always, the Hampton Bap- "Sight Restored" Christian En- son, Joe, spent a few days this their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. {a'xj...=
Although not the IaLgest the deavor welcomes all'to study week at Enterprise and Orange Cox. .
tist Hour of Power is proud to
present the very best for faithful Daily Vacation Bible, 'School colored film on "The First Galilean City with relatives.Mr. Mrs. Harry W. Baker and three

TH.r and Mrt' R. L. Morgan, Jr children spent Tuesday with Mrs.
/ Wednesday night attenders. "If June 8 through the 19 was one Ministry" at 7 p. m. Evening a
.
you do not attend a prayer meet- I of the best, since the First Baptist message, 'The Glory of :Men", 8I of senior Jacksonville Morgans.recently visited the Willow Wm. Hammond Ruth.Supervisor. and daughter. ,
I
J ing service, then afford yourself Church was' organiZed four p. m. I IlIIid.Week
Miss Joyce Morgan is visiting P. T. Nolin of the
next Wed-
a blessing by coming ,.
years ago. There were 85 enroll- Prayer Service, Wednesday Bradford Schools e
HEAIIIIG AIDS nesda3 night to the prayer hour relatives in S1. Petersburg County showed
ed, with an average attendance 8 p. m., Bible study les- interesting movies in
the
, IIIUI GREAT MODELS that is truly: different", says Pas- Activities Mr. and Mrs. J.L Beach and Hamp- o ss
included
of 61.
s memo- son on 3rd Chapter of Hebrews. ton School Auditorium
tor Bob Gray. Mrs. Ted Shultz of Jacksonville Monday
nti awe./airD.k. rizing J3ible verses, Bible stories, Choir practice following.
$75 night. They were the first of the
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rill r< .u Of course, a cordial invitation character stories, a period of visited Mrs. Delores Carmichael
I summer pictures which Will be e r r r
is extended to all for every serv- worship, music, refreshments and over the weekend shown
Church of God every Monday night.
ice of this growing church. Bible handwork. Mrs Wm. R. Jon s. Fred Johnson spent Friday Sgt and Mrs.
Sammie Sasserof .
.. CANOV School! Sunday morning at 10 a. of Gainesville, was Principal, assisted Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning night with his brother-in-Ia\v and OIathe, Kansas G. C. A. School TRY THESE fEATURES FOR FASTER, BETTER TYPINCI,
m., Morning worship at 11, mes- 17 local orke.rs.
by sister Mr. and :Mrs. Ancel Nor-
-- Worship 11 'a..m. Evening at the Olathe Air Force Base
sages for both services Sunday by Miracle Tab Simplified Ribbon Changer
PHARMACY Service 1:30 p.m. YPE Service man Saturday they enjoyed a are spending a week with his part

the pastor,and BTU Sunday evening Hour St. Edward's Church Tuesday 1:30 p.m. Prayer Mee;. fish fry on Lake Santa Fe.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ents, Mr and Mrs. Sasser of Super-strength Frame Large Size Cylinder
at 7 p. m., Evangelistic ,
Phone 160 Starke Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA. [ 7:30 Sasser will then
8 p. m. There are classes for all rig p.m. Thursday. Hampton. Sgt. Full Standard Keyboard
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. TTTT the
Lawter be stationed at Marine Base
ages, an adequate nursery, and Weekday Mass 7"30 .
a.m.Children's Sunday School 10 a.m: Morn- in Miami. No other portable typewriter can match the typing ;
Class 11
Saturday ing Worship 11 a.m. TPE Servo STATE FARM Charles Manier, son of Mrs. I

I a. m. ing Saturday, 1:30 p.m. Louise Manier, and Gerry Gib- performance of the sensational New Remington

Keystone heights son of Starke, both members of :
A AA A.Mrs.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1 (Women's Club) Church of Christ Boy Scout Troop 70. began the Quiet-riter it's the ideal gift for Dad or for the
I Sunday :Mass 8 a. m. W. E. Feagle and Mrs. M. first cf: a series of bicycling test .
Confessions before all Masses Corner 10th and McMahon J. Collins were business visitors in order to win a Merit Badge Graduate in the Family.Come in and test-type it to-
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Starke Preaching 11 A. bL and 7:31P. : week.
to Lake City :Monday of this last Saturday. They came by the

St. Mark's Episcopal M. :Mrs. L. R. Dean's sister, Mrs. way of Hampton and pedalled to day.Free Touch Method Instruction Book Included.
eanse I" I : Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud William Etippell and cousin Mrs. Keystone Heights. In order to
Rev. Raymond E. !IacBlabaI each Wednesday 1:30 P. M.
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Edgar Telman of New York are win the Cycling Merit Badge they
I i Bible School-10 A. 11. arriving the laSt of this week to have to ride six 25-mile rides BRADFORD
Schedule of SenicesSUNDAYS COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town THERESSAHOPE spend two weeks with the Deans. and one 50-mile in 10 hours. Sat-

i I Weekly Bridge Club met with urday they pedalled 38 miles.
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 I '9:45 a.m., Church School 11 BAPTIST CHURCII Mrs. Herb Thomas Thursday af- Mrs. Minnie Johns who has FLING CABINETS OFFICE CHAIRS DESKS

a.m., :Morning Prayer dt; Sermon; Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preach- ternoon. Mrs. C. M. Tumey, a been spending some tine in Sil-
I I I I III III Serv- Service 11 a. m.; Training 128 W. Call St. Starke Fla.
I 6:30 p.m., Young People's ing former member and resident of ver Springs, Md.. has returned ,

Sunday Sermons: lOO'A.M.. 7:30 P.M ice League. Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service the State Farm was present The to her home here.. I I

Sunday School 9-15 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. 1st 1I0Ll"Sunday COOIUNIOY 11 ,a.m. 3rd. Sun 8 p."A m.church earnestly contending with hostess a lovely presented hanky as:Mrs.a memento Tumey Mrs, T F. Colson and children,.r9999999. . _. _. _._. _._. _._. _,_._._._. __._._._._._._._._._._._.yyYYY_______YTTTTTTT_______

day"7:30 a.m. for the Faith which was once de- of the occassion. Also Mrs. PD,I
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. .
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7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. 3. A welcome awaits you. ,beautiful potted plant Mrs. L.
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8 p.m.. Choir Rehearsal I I -Merle Packman, pastor. R. Dean won high prize and Olrs. ;f" ; "I/our Of Power"

Buck received the bingo gift.
I I Lyle -
Bradford
County's Largest
i SE\"E..II DAY Mrs. Herb Thomas and daughter y' =

i ADVENTIST CHURCH Kathleen spent the weekend in Prayer Meeting Service

You Are Cordially Invited To Attend the Silver Anniversary Services Services each Sabbath in old Palatka visiting her mother, :Mrs. r Proudly Presents:

Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- Irene RobertS. The

For Our Pastor, Rev. li; E. ,Hall, On The Occasion Of His 25th Year bath School 2 p.m Preaching Mr and Mrs.' H. G. Davis Jr. ur

each Sec'Ond and fourth Sabbaths and son of Tallahassee are \isi- 1 xr Tennessee Temple

In The Pastorae of This Church, Sunday, Jllly 5, 1953.i 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. ting the W. ILL Norths this week. r GIRL'S TRIO

Friends attending the funeral .
Bible Study each Thursday 8 P'm.
4'-. .<",," Everyone welcome.WOODLAWN services at the graveside In Evergreen
Cemetery Jacksonville Fla. i -

MISSIONARY Thursday afternoon June 19th for ;, I Sacred COllcertWEDNESDAY

L BAPTIST CHLECHLAVVTEY J. A. Bou\ier Sr, a former em- -

Special Services ,; Special Speakers FL\ ployee and long time resident of __ \ -

All Day Sunday I the State Farm, were Mrs. Annie .
.4., 10 am. Sunday School 11 a.m. M. RichardeMrs H. M. Richarde,

July 5th't :.. Dr. Bob Ingle preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45: prayer I Mrs. J. M, Bradley, Irs. J. C, JULY 1st

service 1o'clock song. services, ,Wallace, Mrs. R. P. McLendon -
Rev. Eddie.lJIurrhee 7:30 evening services.PENTECOSTAL and Mrs. J. G. Caldw elL 8 p.m.

June Edwards and Peggie Cald- rL -J

Dinner On Tile Rev. RoscoeGrounds \ HOLINESSCHURChI well arrived Saturday from Ven- .

DavidsonPastors tura, Calif. for a visit with their -x Sermon By

.. parents the J. G. Caldwells. They "
Sunday School 10 a.In.
73rdBirthday were accompanied by Miss Mary Rev. Cliff Robinson
Ret' Bob Gray Mnrning Service 11 a.m.
Cole of Santa Paula, Calif. who
Evening Service 1:30 p.m.
..will be their guest for two weeks. Faculty Member, TIC
Prayer Meetings Wednesday 4
Ret' George Hodges Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jrr I
night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nig
and sons Terry and Jimmy enter- I

Iusic? t f Rev. Elbert Bowers tained Mrs. June Edwards, Miss This Team Will Present The
Special CHURCH OF JESUS amISTLTI'ER
-.- .. DAY b AIN"l'S' .Mary Cole and Miss Frances Program And Work Of The I

An Singing. Dr. L. F. Chapman Services each'Sunday in old Ma- Caldwell with a trip to St. Augustine Fastest Growing Baptist I
and Jacksonville Beach Sunday College In The Southern
":, ;' sonic Hall on B. Call 'St. Sunday Members of Trio are: left to right, Miss Betty Moss. Baptist Convention. .1

r School 10 a. m.. Sacrament Serv- Mr. and trs. W'. ".,James and Miss June Matthess. and Miss Jane Lakes. Bottom

: : REV. W. E. HALL 'I Ice 6:30 p. Everyone welcome. son "Woodf" of Gainesville, were Miss Mary Lutz, accompanist. I
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- .visiting friends here Friday. ,
CARD OF THANKS

: We wish to thank each and .the Everyone smiling face is happy of Rev.to welcome Cofield, First Church Hampton
Baptist I i

P I NELEVE.L BAP! TI'STCH U R C H ,way every during one who the assisted illness and us in death any !.who Chaplain.recently accepted the job as I Bob Pastor ., l

Gray t
: .of our beloved husband and father : Mrs. H. 0, Bates Jr. and son ,

And for the many nowers. Robert of S1. Petersburg spent a folks conduct services
NOTICE: To all in the Lawtey Area, this team will special

Starke, Fla.i !alL May -God's Olrs.blessings Eddie J.be Lewis with you and .while few' days enroute with to H.Pittsfield O. Bates, 'Iass.m Thursday, 8 p.m., July 2, in Lawtey First Baptist Church. 1


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Mon- who entered through a small, closed Friday, June 19. Averaged Those not members of the KingsMrs.. Mary Cole of Green Cove
11 p.m. Sunday and 3 &.In.
Priest day, Lights are turned off in the barred rear window. They were .ny attendance was 69. Depart- enjoyed the second annual school. Springs, and Mrs. Maxle carter !
Robbery
I Magnolia Hotel yard about 11 surprised before making their People Spots In The News :I ments were provided for Beginners ley Lake Church who ably assisted of First Church Starke. Therein i

p.m., and the intruders: obviouslydid getaway by City Police officer Primaries, Juniors, and Intermediates conducting the school were Mrs. were 17 professions of faith in

:' (Continued from page one) not park .there until after the Leonard E. Colson, who was shot The children greatly Pearl Hall Miss Joyce Jacobs and Christ
darkened. in the back and through the This was t .
' yard was VASSAR'S daisy chain in action. 1
, records Including birth certificates ,Thls" latest theft recalls a head by a Negro desperado, Leroy the scene at Vassar campus in Poughkeep- s ,
__ 'etc. for Mr. Priest's son, Dan; ; McCray who was later caught in sie, N.Y., as 24 of the prettiest girls chosen
t who is to be inducted, into the similar job back in February 1950 Jacksonville and confessed to the I from Sophomore class carry daisy chain in !
'when a 'safe from the Southern crime. He was convicted and ceremony that dates back over 60 years. ,
; army soon. SAT. MOY
1. ONLY
It is believed that the theft 'I Store, a former member of the sent to the State Prison. Colson ,
recovered from his injuries -
stolen thieves never fully
was committed some time between Priest chain, was by
'., and died a year or so later:

:'..'-' After confessing, McCray pointedout .,.

L \ Hra1et..ID;;" .\1ID a')1-.TIIIlIi)fx been to dumped officers by where him and the safe his companions had- t ,",' 3 <;,'.." I LADIES Ae1kW

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.. in Sweetwater Creek, ,-,""--,. --.-. i]"... .
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just this side of Jacksonville. CUTE Nancy Cohen cuddles in
and bath FOR SALE-Washeterla doing: between
,FOR cottage RE "T-Three with large rooms $%00 to |!sO per-week. Cash I In the 1950: theft the safe contained Mass, Gov. Herter's lap as NBC-
and shady yard. Also furnished price 16,000. Contact Mrs. E. E.: only $256.60 in cash. it -?, : TV star Burr Tillstrom puts
Henderson. "" Kukla and Ollie through their
unfurnished apartment close tfcbgFOR. 1
and was the third safe to be stolen in w-
t. in. 201 W.. 4Ice St. tf paces. Kuklapolitans were greeted
t RENT-Unfurnished house. Inquire Starke 'within a period of four ,'by the Governor as they began
at Bus Station. tl
months. 11 rehearsals for premiere of opera
.BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE on 11"St. George and the Dragon.''
ColdWatermellons .Standing Highway, north side, between .1; "
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the two cement bridges, ImJ. Recent IncreaseIn :
a from Call St. bridge. Writeto Our Regular 29c
Mrs. Lucina M. Wynn, Bessent Stock Killed
Road, Rt. lt Box 2-C, Starke. Fla. Lots ..
of Colors
: tf chg Brings WarningA h

LET J. D. 6DOM. JR. 3 LimitTRAINING
AT.STARKE. HANDLE YOCR recent flurry of stock killedon
CATTLE AND BOGS e
SALES the highways of Bradford .
ICEPLAIT Lire Oak Each tt>4ae 4ar County has caused Sheriff P. D. Qom.
Galuwllle Each Friday
Reddish to issue a warning to C
RADIOS REPAIRED stockowners to comply with the

AU Make AU Hdell law and keep their stock off of
i Reaa*aaII. chare*. -' araatee4 .
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD rightsofway.Within .
70S W. Can St. Blarke Pa. :ZSS the last few weeks, stock "LOOKING at the birdie" ,x. PANTS

FOR SALE-K,month old Angus valued at hundreds of dollars has presents a problem to 214- .
Bull well bred. Reasonably pric WANTED licensed-_Graduate nurse 01 been killed, including a Black An- year-old Julane Stites, Portland
ed. Doyle E. Conner. tf duty.' Doctor's practical Clinic for Hospital general, gus cow, two nice sows, and, a Ore., who has had this
101 W. Call St. Starke Fla. tf. young robin as a constant
or horse. s
FOR RENT-4 room furnished companion since the Stites 1st QualityWhites
unfurnished cottage at Kingsley FOR SALE 'I" The. was killed last Satur-
x 8" x: It' Concrete Angus family befriended the bird
Camp Court on Blinding.Kingrsley Inq.Lake E. Nuernberger. Road near- I Mortar Block Mix 18c and each.Cement.Plenty Brad of day when struck by a car driven several months ago.:" : D i' tlaR and Colors

Kingsley Court. 8tp 6/28 ford Engineering Company. Phone by Albert Starting Starlingwas 0
Sizes 2
:POTATO VINES FOR S.\LE-S5 perM >4. tf not injured but his car was +Te r ra d 1 eX ,1f..t + Y ,> x t'r7e.t'+ 1v to 6 .

I cutthem; |4 per M, you cut FOR SALE-3 bedroom house on badly damaged. 3 Limit
them. N, C. Coleman,Oriffis Loop large let. Has"big screened back Under Florida law, the owner of
Starke. Itp J/J porch and fenced backyard. Equip- r
ped with attic fan, automatic floor the stock not only suffers the loss
FOR RENT-Furnished $ room furnace, electric hot water heat- of his animal, but is also liable for
apartment With private bath. er automatic B'ndlx washing ma. LADIESSLIPS FULL
Back apartment of ZI. S. Thomp chine; and Venetian blinds thru- damage to vehicles and persons in- .,
son. Mrs. L. G. Hemingway,i out. Doubts garage with extra jury. '. N'I: i CRayon
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phone 17J-J. large .storage room connected. 420 .t :tf
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W. Moreland. See J. T. Moore '
FOR SALE/-4 3/4 acres. Nearly new Pure Service Store, Corner Wal- Accident Fatal ,To .
< rooms and bath, hot water fine nut and Madison. tf <" >4'wf./.. ,. .., I
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kitchen sink, complete 4 piece "
bath. 2% miles South of Starke, FIXE CHANCE TO OWN a little Mother, BrotherOf ;t6a ;
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Rt. 100. A real buy for quick home with about 2 acres. Small .;. ,.,,,"'., ...... ,...., .',-.''.y.5:'>'<<, ,.'
sale. See at any time. L. R. Geiger. down payment, balance like rnt. .Charles L. Nix v .. .4.t"""" "J*;t.. S...."':flr YJ1..;. ,Ar }
7/3 2tp Delightful suburban __ ""i.>:; : .."'" ,w.>"/.",, '"
location. Mrs. '" ".. :=
W. H. Nollman. Starke. tf :":,"< ?+.*'f.:" '"_ .tr,.;, t'**"....'.'t.....,."S',(, '.:1t
FOR SALE One good used Easy Mrs. Tiny Hardwin Nix, 49, and : & ; b '3 1:
Spin Dry Washing Machine, Also FOR SALE-Lots in North Reno Herbert Lee Nix 29, mother and RUGGED- Nuernberg soccer team goa.,e Eduard Schaffer gets Crepe
one good used Maytag washing near school, $25 down balance on
machine. Ga,'. Home Appliance long terms. D. E. Knight. tf brother of Charles L, Nix of set for four-point landing after.brilliant save on attempted goal
Dhnne 10. Itchg Starke. were killed ear Hardee- by opponent! on unbeaten Liverpool, England, team at New Size 34
FOR SALE-48 Inch exhaust fan York: City. Only
8 when their
ville, S. C. on June
FURNISHED SINGLE ROOMMod.ern. with 3/4 H. P. motor, also large
Gentlemen only. References, 4 speed pedistal fan. Koch DrugStore automobile left the highway and .
$5 per week. B. Bowden, Pox: 7S8. Itchg crashed into a tree. No LimitWe'Exchange

Up WANTED Experienced waltr..'.I Herbert Lee. was driving the c rand Cooling Dessert For Hot Days
FOR SALE!-Og* 20 case Dry Drink A >DIT Guidon GM1L Itp
lost control of the
Cooler In good condition. One 10 apparently
ft. meat case. Both with remote FOR RENT-Three room furnished vehicle and crashed into a tree. ,
units, reasonably prlced. Can be apartment and private bath electric He and his mother resided near I I A
seen at Smith's. Garage, Starke. refrigerator, gas stnve and
Itch* hot water heater. Mrs. Nat Williams \ Estill S. C. 1S; A We Refund We Satisfy

Cor. 10th and Church Sts. Double funeral services were a .
FOR SALE-Two bedroom frame Itp y '*.
'house, complete with hot water?, held June 10 at the .Nixvffle. YH I
heater and bath, on Alton Rd. FOR SALE-Four room furnished or Baptist Church. N
Term See Frank Thomas. on unfurnished house with frnnt and I '
premises Stp SFOR' /" .rear porch, work shop and 4 pe-

RENT- Furnished garage can trees. Inquire 419 Cherry P Itn*". Mrs. C. K. StricklandMrs. ir'q I

apartment nice for couple near
school. Will rent by week or FOR, S.U.F.-7 ot. Pressure cooker Catherine Kizzie Strick- I
month. (IS McMahon. Phone 18S- Mason Jars folding bed and mat. x
W A. F. Saulu itch t tress kitchen table apd chairs and land, 60, died Monday at her I
storage tru' ks. Reasonable. Mc home in Jacksonville following a lei N. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
FOR RENT-Four room house with Lean 301 Hampton I
on at '
running water, 4 mile out on Ral- Junction.Up long illness. She was a native of I .. -'- -
ford Road. Rodman Underbill. Clay County and had lived in -, ,. -- '
Starke. 2tp 7/3 SFOR RENT-5-room furnished cot- Jacksonville for 40 years: Amongher .- .- -- --
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tage Lake from June -
on Kingsley 9 k ,fs
FOR RE 'T-Three room house on 24 through July 10 Apply Mrs. E. survivors is a "sister, Mrs. ; : .
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Ranch Ralford Road. Itp J Dowllng. S37 W. Call St., phone Lizzie Tompkins of Starke. pr -- -- -- -
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FOR RDNT-Furnished Apartment Funeral services were held Wed- '
three, room and bath. Front and WANTED-White housekeeper to nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in L. I
back entrance 324 N. Cherry St.tchg. line in a-d small salary Rt. 2.
Box 144, Starke. ltp Oak Grove Cemetery.



w IT IS UNLAWFULFor

\ Wz
Available 1.

Lime freeze made with economcup lime juice
:ical nonfat dry milk is delicious 6 to 8 drops green vegetable
served alone as a frozen dessert, coloring,optional
". or scoops of it may be piled into 2 egg whites,stiffly beaten Person Persons to Engage in
(j;" f';,",-' the heart of iced melon for a fancy Set refrigerator control at cold Any or
that adds the right est point. Soften gelatin in I.U cup
:)t : In order to be of-maximum service to our advertisers looking sweltering dish weather. cold water. Let stand 5 minutes.

'..touch homemaker thanks her Add gelatin to boiling water and
Many a Unless
Name
Under A Fictitious
I' lucky stars for convenient nonfat stir until dissolved. Add sugar. Business

we strive to place the Telegraph conveniently dry milk. It will keep almost in- Carefully stir in liquefied Starlae and
milk, lime juice
definitely on a cool, dry shelf if nonfat dry
is closed carefully af green coloring. Pour into refrigerator
the package

,,. within 9 reach of readers in this trade area ter which each yield using.five one-pound Food quarts stores of packages nonfat have most per. tray.Freeze frozen.Cover until Scrape with mixture mixture waxed is into pa.easytocarry al. The Name Is Registered


not for little as nine cents a a chilled bowl; break up larg<
only our regular subscribers but also the 'milk as
with beater
01
Nonfat dry milk is ah exlumps.. Beat rotary
quart. :"
t' cellent source of protein, calcium, electric mixer until consistency : I
.. -- hundreds who riboflavin and lactose resembles strained applesauce; ,- )-
it .
buy
newstands lime
on each week. We 1 Fold beaten egg whites into ;..
%" Lime Freeze mixture. Pour mixture into two :
(Makes $ servings) refrigerator trays. Cover with', .

j ,' are, constantly increasing our newsstand outlets in I,1 tablespoon ((1 envelope) waxed paper and return Freeze to freezing until-' ; Read This Florida Law
compartment.
11 .
.. .... .' plain unflavored gelatin "\. about 2 hours.
firm
,
M cold water IfWhipped.

: : *order to improve our service .to readers and adverQfT .t H 1 cup cup boiling water garnish Topping with and serve Starlac immediately.: "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to
cup sugar
Starlac l *To liquefy Starlac nonfat dry in business herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined .
t -v IVi cups liquefied engage as
users the box .
alike. milk,follow directions.on -
I ,nonfat dry milk. __
without and unlesS'said fictitious name shall be registered with the

j. Mrs. Thos. Armstrong, Mrs. Thomas died here in 1905.. clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis I

A few years after the death other with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit -
Pioneer
The Telegraph Is Now On Sale At Member Of husband in Wollarton, Mrs. signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
Brockton.
Family Dies At 92 Armstrong moved to
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interest
at all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the
Mass. where she was living
Word has been received here of of her death. She resided of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.
the time
IN STARKE OUT OF T41NKoch's the death of June 16 in Brockton
I I with her daughter, Miss Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto
Mass. of a former Starke resident
I Mrs. Thomas Armstrong, aged Edith Armstrong, who is a teacher engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

Drug StoreDucky's Walker's Service StationHarvey's I I,92. She was the former Bessie I i in the Brockton High School their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

-. IR. Thomas daughter of the late i Two years ago Mrs. Armstrong I ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

,. DrugsMurray's and Mary E. Thomas of. was helpful in supplying information where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be
i Starke. \ and pictures for the compilation -
Mrs. Armstrong was born In of the booklet issued for the accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
Dahmer's Gift
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Shop Sundries Nova Scotia but moved with her dedication of the new First such publication.

family to Massachusetts as a Baptist Church sanctuary inStarke.

Canova's Drug Store KEYSTONE xEice1Mitchell's /.,.. child. In 1877 the family came to .

X Starke prominent where citizens her parents of the became com-I She and is survived by; several by nieces her daughter and- If you are engaged in business under any name

Drug Store munity in those early days, and ,
Shuford's nephews, among them Mr. George
Service Station

Cook's Grocery LAWTEY* JC- were Church growth active of of Starke.in the the First founding Baptist and Edgar children W. Thomas M.of Thomas her of Starke brother, who,, and the live late the in other than your own, and have not had this i name .


Mr. Thomas was Senior Deacon
Nick's : of the new church from its found-I various parts of Florida.
came back to Starke, how.
They
Mann Walgreen AgencyTomlinsonMaines ing also until served his as death, superintendent in 1900, and of I ever, several times for periods properly advertised and registered, we will be

West End Grocery varying from one to three years.
the Sunday School Three of
.. During one. of these times their
h: ... Drugs Mrs. Armstrong's brothers died daughter was born here and they all Information
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Edward's G. herft- Joseph B. and Alonville in John P., George E., and Enoch S., glad to give you necessary as to
LAKE 1879, and her oldest brother,
BUTLER returned to Massachusetts and
Walter in 1886. They with her
which she and her husband re-

READ BY MORE THAN 6.000. PERSONS EACH WEEK parents Cemetery., are buried Three In other Crosby brotherswere Lake turned North and make their home what you should do.

for in Wollarton, Mass
here also at the time of the years Ii
deceased. j
death of. Deacon Thomas in 1900. are now
Miss Bessie remained in Starke

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH and taught In the Baptist Sunday j ,

W. C. T. U. Thomas School Armstrong u-'JLll her in marriage 18S5, after to BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHPHONE

A DRIVER IS SAFEST WHEN 29
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Oldest Florida 'Weekly Printed Continuously Under Same Masthead THE THE ROADS ROADS ARE ARE DRY. SAFEST Kingsley Church 1i i

WHEN THE DRU'ER, IS DRY. Ends Bible School 1
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1 ess rDONCA ,

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Wherein a- I clean! and sew" ftad cultivate my garden. 'I sing :
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Bricks!

.a happy song:'with my wren., Don't Buy Gold ..h .". s. as. .

Stay stay at home, my heart and ,rest;

,- Hope-keeping, hearts ,are happiest, .

y For l those that wander they know not where I '
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;"j',..... To stay' ,at home is best., :;fi-i' '_> The ancient* Romans.' .said. cleaner. They made a down pay- h

..." "Caveat empt r"'t, ment, signed a contract, and started | -
and homesick and distressed! 'l ,-; .
Weary Host In this enlightened are wise to the old Gold
,.. '" ) people age making payments. After a whileit .
westiR'; : <" ;.
They wander east, they wander Today we say, ='Let the buyerbeware' Brick confidence game by which some of out great grandfatherswere got a little tough meeting pay- ,

., v And ba fled.and beaten and blown about .,: ...: .. induced to impart with their hard-earned cash. ments. The salesman agreed to 'r V.a .

By. the winds of wilderness of doubt; ,',. take the vacuum cleaner and sell :
The modem con man knows he'd have hard time trying to
: To. stay at home is best But in any language this time- it for enough to pay off the balance -
find sucker to buy his gold bricks in this well-informed era due the V
f -Henry W. Longfellow, honored warning adds up to the company.
but that doesa't mean the confidence man has gone out of
same thing: You're strictly on a
business. He has simply quit trying to sell gold bricks and has He took it, all right. But he
abovee in
shave 'always loved the I am definitely: a your own when buying a pig :
e'
t'; his methods to date. took IT and sold it for new to a
"Home Body". ,,1 like to stay, home., Goethe, once wrote. "He a' poke or even a set of pots and brought up
third party. He continued to make
.I is, happiest be he king or peasant; who finds peace in home." pans from airunluiown salesman.In Hardly a week goes by that a newspaper In some part of payments due the company under

; I see spme elderly people who have retired yet never content Florida does not tell the pathetic story of an unsuspecting man terms of the first contract. At

to, stay at.home. Even though Don. and' I, never get away to recent months County JudgeT. or woman who has lost his life savings to a smooth-talking least he continued as long as he ';V;
A.Yawn and local law enforce
have'a,real vacation, we truly enjoy our life together., ,and are stranger with a new scheme fojr making two dollars grow worked for the company. Whenhe
ment officers have had occasionto
content ;with':amaUrthings. I am sure he enjoys the smell of where but one grew before. Bradford Countians are not immuneto quit, he also stopped making
lend a sympathetiC'? ear in several -
freshlyJ baked. "homemade- -- loaves of bread. The taste of ,a slice, instances where the buyer did becoming victims of such schemes, and In this article our local payments. The company, not know- .

:)(' butter cake with chocolate icing. The flowers are so lovely not beware-or at least was not officials describe how some of our citizens have been hoodwinkedin ing what had happened, started c: ;
the
putting pressure on the orig-
< now ,aDd scent the air. The wren has returned to. build its sufficiently aware of what kind one way or another. inal buyers.It .

nest below<*mY*wix dow.here Jon the 'sun porch: :It Is cool today of deal a smooth-talking salesman above all : %:v:xV',. I
If you have any money of your own, things: t
and pleasant When I*get this written I am Going to put' a 'was getting,him, into. ,was discovered that the sales-
DOVT strike up an acquaintance with strangers who say
hem In a 'ginghamdress' I have, made. I have a summer man had done the same thing in -V
they have found a sum of money and are going to let you share .
j sheer to make' and then. I will be pretty well fixed for the sumj There is no complaint against many instances where cleaners V
in their good fortune. Usually they ask! you to let them V have
"- j mer, which is .sIftlp. passing. eputable companies represented were returned. Thus, the buyer
; ; y qualified ,salesmen but local of- some of your money as evidence of good faith. Then phoof! lost again.

- he other evening 'a' beautiful young, mother just 22 years' ficials have received many complaints next thing you know the stranger's gone and so's your money.

old 'came to me with her' troubles. She has two-young sons in recent months from per- Another
scheme which
BEWARE if when talking to a stranger about money matters extracts
and lived on a farm some miles from me. She had been helping who have bought vacuum hard-earned
sons j (which we already advised,you not to dto) you are joined by a dollars from unsus-

tier husband in the field driving the tractor. She;; had 'to cook, cleaners, kitchen utensils, and third person, supposedly unknown by the stranger. More than pecting clients is the oil-portrait-

wash, and ,care for the children besides:: Her: house was neglected even oil-painted portraits, and have likely he's in cahoots with the first man and they're after your from-photograph routine. A sales-

and her husband crogs. It was more, than she could stand; been more or less victimized before man takes the negative of a favor- The old-time Gold Brick salesman
dough. No matter how good their story sounds blow, brother, is now justa
when;.I saw her she had left. home. She told me her husband the transaction was closed. ite photograph and promises to re-'I
blow i I turn memory, but he still symbolizes the
did( notbelieve in God and she had her boys baptized against I a handsome oil portrait many fast-
J housewife AVOID as a plague an'oneho asks you to let him (or her) certain For instance, one say
bids-wlshes.. I do not believe in separation, but this poor soul talking schemers who are lying awake nights
bought a set of'shiny, new pots have your money to "bless". Better still call a cop. the portrait is returned it is set In
was rso desperate,. and wanted to bring her boys .up as
verb and pans. It was an elaborate lay- DOUBT don't do it. Several ago a hardworking a handsome "gold" frame which thinking up new ways to part you from your
IF INr years
Christians, that I said,."I believe,you are in the right. to leave.
\ out, coming to a grand total of lost several thousand dollars to the customer is told will cost an hard-earned cash.
Bradford County Negro
No woman now.days.has to bta. slave cursed and ill treated. $154.14. She paid the salesman Ifyou extra $15. Of course, the purchaser I
this kind. It COULD happen to
So ,many jobs ere open'now for young women. She will have a $100 in cash with the order and a crooks In a scheme of yon. may like the frame and actually

strue 'le. but vith (.M'S help she rail win.' I asked,God to few days later paid him the bal- want to keep your money, better KEEP IT out of the handsof want to buy it; but more often he ,
-
I .. be with her and: guide her. Then yesterday afternoon the came ance of $54.14. One week later the strangers. doesn't have the money or doesn't a city license issued to salesmen their own" when the salesman's

, to see m*. to tell ere she had a lob in the city with a place pans arrived_n' at the post_ office, want it, and is subjected to embarrassment selling from cars. This costs $50 knock is heard at the door.

to live. May Go! bless her and all voun ,women who)strut gle C.O.D.,$54.14. or made to feel that and offers some assurance that

_a 'alnst fate and! the web that has been spun about them enforcementlofficiais find it very "Caveat emptor"-or, if jour Lat- he is obligated to buy it, frame the salesman is doing business in When you part with your hard-
This case, unlike many, had a and all good faith. Failure to have this
case in is rusty, watch out!
through marryirg too young.. f / hard to bring an air-tight simply earned cash-remember, a mere
happy ending. A warrant was be on toes! make the nice license is a violation of a city Or-
against one of these fly-by-nights your receipt is not enough. It must baa
HELPFUL HINTS: Try cooking macaroni in a French- sworn out for the salesman who that fellow with the No law has actually been violated dinance and can bring, immediate
I because of lack of evidence young winning proper receipt, officials point
In water. You won't have was picked in Broward County in this instance, so there is arrest. If live in Starke make
I frying basket set boiling a stickyPan' up will stand up in court. They viOlate smile sign your receipt! read you ', out. "Read it," they urge. A pieceof
,I to' wash. If frozen chickens from the deep freezer have and brought back here. He paid the' spirit of the law, if not your contract! then read it nothing the 'buyer can do, exceptto sure the salesman has this license paper is not enough.In .

been in some time and have a peculiar taste I cut up chickenand back the $54.14 balance that he the letter. again. Better still, let your lawyer remember in the future that before letting him get his foot in

soak in brine made with a hadnful of salt in the water. had pocketed. Before criminal read it if the amount involved' he is his own best protection. the door the last analysis, those old
I \ charges were dropped against him ;is Caveat emptor. Let the buyer be-
large and there is lot of "fine
They taste like freshly dressed. he also settled some other bal Rather than relying! too much onthe a ware. ,Roman boys had it just about
print. But citizens living on the rural right when said "Caveatemptor"
CLAY ,HILL I have a nice letter from Shirley Mosely ances. law. the individual himself (or they
routes in the communities-
or of let the buyer beware.
I
Paage.u. laat is the bride of Howard Padgett, who now. lives -perhaps more frequentlyherself Persons who live within the City Brooker, Lswtey, Graham, etc., do An'ounce of prevention even in

'. "at A d, leburg. They both went to school to me and' I loved But most cases, unfortunately, )' should be the first line of de I: Another recent case concerned limits of Starke do have a little not have even this small degree of these inflated times is stilt

eacn aeariy. They are so happy. I do- enjoy Long Branch and don't work out quite so well. Law I I fense. Remember the old saying: some people who bought a vacuum additional protection in the form of protection., They are strictly "on worth a pound of cure.

'...Highland:- > news.. I know most of those: dear people! ,-_'Ijam.so_ I --. t
"glad-they have such gcodspeak"ers'at church''and good Sunday -


Schools. V \ SOIL CONSERVATION. ,.

Herejare the words ,to the wrig'*'! Believe." It was written

. by four song writers' at 'the request of produceNdirector Irving N-E-W-S ,

Mansfield after he had a letter from 'a Mother of a son killed DOiLAs FAR.
By Bill HaasU WHY GAS Go SO
in Korea. She asked "Couldn't someone write something that )

would reaffirm the faith that gives the only real meaning to S. SOIL O&NSERVATION
"
.life It is VauUful:
SERVICE V

I believe for every drop of rain that falls, a flower grows; ,

I ,believe that somewrere ,in the darkest night s w? NO SIX-CYLINDER ENGINEIN
.
.
a candle glows; : "We've got ,to use mor cover growth. When the grass has developed 1 IN THE FORD SIX

,_ I believe for everyone who goes astray, someone will crops':, states J. W. Kelly, a Brad- a good root system, it ANY CAR AT ANY PRICE
ford Soil Conservation District will be able to ,take advantage of
come to show the way, '
cooperator who farms in the De- the moisture and fertilizer in the REDUCES GAS-WASTING ENGINEFRICTION
I believe I believe. '
V dan Church section: 3. W. says soil which will in turn make far t
s i that every year the soil is getting better grazing. SO EFFECTIVELY!
I believe. above the storm, the. smallest prayer will
still be heardi ,v. *' lighter and every year it gets District The main for Ford's
I ? harder to make a crop so we've cooperator E. L. Kelly, reason high-compression Mileage
I believe that Someone In the"great,somewhere: hears who farms in the New River area, .
j just got to build up our soil. One I(I Maker Six economy is that the pistons travel a
every word; of the best to build our states that he. got good results
ways up 1 I shorter distance for every mile you travel.: This
, Every time I hear a new born baby cry, or touch, a leaf soil is to be. use combination grass I from strip cropping this past

or see the--sk ". ', ,. and legume cover crop rotation windy season. Eustace was getting means that less of the gas you buy goes to

x Then I know.why= I believe. A system. ready to carry some okra to mar- overcome piston friction. (the major
: r ket and he was in a' slow hurry, ,
,
of friction It also
And so, no matter if we die in Korea or have our heart J. M. Edwards Jr. used the dis but he stopped to talk a little soil cause engine ). .

broken farm the trict's lime and fertilizer distributor. conservation by saying, "I'm going means that there is less engine
on a :: In\.Nebraska. a* young mother or go
about dome oyrduty as we see fit from day to day, saying Morris said he planted some to plant Pensacola. Bahia on wear .'. and so, your Ford will ::_ ".r
eatable crotalaria. "My cows sure those, back slopes in my field to
a pravr. fnr riddance 4 I do so believe that in tHe "'*>lIt that be worth more longer! Remember, t '
like that stuff", states Morris. stop washing.
somewhere. Someone hears every V word. Ask for: that help. "' Ford's Mileage Maker Six is

See how things happen: if YOU have faith. Francis W. :Meng: a district V. R. Ferguson used the Dis-
the most modem of all .
God bless yea all cooperator who is located in the trict's rotocycle mower to cut /f

Hampton community, leaned I down weed competition in his Six-cylinder engines!
'
LOVE-LURA against the truck and, stated that I pastures.- Bobby drove the tractor 3i FIA
i
the Hairy Indigo he planted is and he said the mower cut the-
.
surely coming out since the rains weeds up fine. By using a roto ,

started. Francis went on to ,say cycle mower the weeds are cut up

I that he rotates his pastures to into small -pieces and scattered ; _'

;ALVAREZ' STORE' Men's Clothing I improve grazing. "By rotating your .which helps them to rot faster .' '-

Established 1894 II pastures you will give Uw grass and doesn't choke out the grass

W a chance to recover and producea by leaving large piles ef weedson :

larger root system and top the grass.a #

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'YYYTYTYYTYYTTTTVYTYYYYTlLAKE sister of Mrs. Mann.

Mr., and Mrs. Leonard Hamm

and children of Jacksonville were
GENEVAby
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PECal, 'recent visitors of the T. M. Fin- ,

leys. Mrs. Finley's daughter, Mar-
Blanche !
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at list
Oil
f r a limited rye r. rt I for a visit. ,

.. t Walter Forsythe. and
f daughter,
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Mrs.: Forrest Austin and three I Janice
of Miami are visiting his
chIldren returned to their homein
parents the Ray Forsythes. !
Maine after spending the past .
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five weeks with Mrs. Austin's

parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Wag: CLASS 1

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HALFGALLONSHALFGALLON s Ei i E Charlotte Wagner.H. PUBLICLIABILITY Fifty Yean Forward

Lucas returned home Tues- on the American Road.

day after spending several weeks

visiting his sister; Mrs. J. Beezer. INSURANCE ..J .- .

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Mrs. F. L Easterly of Jackson $29-50 ..t.';"> ,,' .. y. YA i-

j ville spent Tuesday with her i

1 mother, Mrs. B. Cunningham and

family.Mr. SPECIAL! ONE CT ,
and Mrs. L J. Snow' and ,

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were guests of the Forsythes and SAVINGSOn 41 "WORTH MORE" FEATURES OF THE

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PAGE TEN ,., J" ; \ : BBADFOBD COt "TY TELEGRAPH. STARK1 FLORIDA -
: FRIDAY JUNE 26, 195S

'1; ''..'. riations bill, providing $5.2 bil-: New Court :\ti of NEU of sW'-.. and NU of Divorcehas Telegraph. .

-' ... c !llon I dollars for the Veterans Ad Manager SE>4 Section 32: NV and NU of been filed against you in the Dated this 18 day of June 1953.:; I I By Marian Clerk L. of the Circuit Court.
Crosby, Deputy Clerk. I
S>i Section 33: XWV4 and N\4 of above named Court and cause and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby, .
ministration Atomic Energy Commission J. W. Powell is the new manager svv4 Section 34. all lying and being you are required to serve a copy of I 6/12 4t 7/3

TVA and Selective ServIce at Temple :Motor Court. in Township 6. South, Range. your answer or pleading f> tae complaint -
Orig- on the Plaintiff Attorney .
22 East. -
BILLY MATTHEWS'VAHINjGTON System for the fiscal year be- from Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Ex-
inally Birmingham, Ala., :Mr. From Wednesday July I. 1953.
ginning July 1. This amount was. Powell has been residing in Lake through 12:00 noon Saturday Au- change Building, Jacksonville
gust8, 1953, inclusive at the City Florida MOVING
) 18 per cent below the original request Butler ,for some time. He is married ,Halt and file the original In the office of
\ of former President Truman, and has two children. CARL JOHNS the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
before the 13 day of 1953
July
Registration Officer. or ;
LETTER and about six per cent less than -
NEWS Ji' i 6/19 2t 6/26 otherwise the allegations of said -
Was recommended by President complaint will be taken as confessedby LOCAL S Safe PHONE
OTICE you.
Eisenhower. ,_ NOTICE TO API'F.Rla The Registration Books of the This notice shall be publishedonce OR S DependableEconomical
_- Circuit Court. BradfordFloridas County. City of Starke, Florida will be open each week for foul consecutive LONGDISTANCE
the convicted Court on four different occasions. !. Chancery. for the registration of electors from weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -, I 311
The: case, of RURAL COMMON Ruth Celentano, Plaintiff Daniel Wednesday July 1, through I! 1.,
Ethel Therefore, I felt that the high Dated this 10 day of Jane, 1953.
Julius and Celentano, Defendant.
atomic spies, o'clock noon 01 Saturday August S R. B. Alvarez OR
when Votedto SENSEBy Case No. 9880 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
much'activity Court wag right they 8, at the City Hall.
RoseWre caused Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Notice To Appear.To Agents For
CARL JOHNS.Registration .
and interest around. Ue Capital overrule Douglas's action, and 1 : Daniel Celentano. whose!! residence Officer. By :Marian: L. Crosby. Deputv Clerk TRANSFER AND 250-J
time drew near let justice take its course. 'Thems.I1 Spuds Johnson and address Is: c/o Duca, 83;; 6/19 2t 6/26! 6/12 4t 7/3 Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO.
last week As the Rosemont Avenue, East Patterson. -
for their: execution,, we .:.were in- ''and telegrams which"1 received BUY BONDS NOW TO BE ,New Jersey. 3IOTICE-TO APPEAR la The Circuit Court la And For
on the case all agreed that You are hereby notified ttat Bradford County. I. Chancery.In .
crowds ot demon- a i la Circuit Court,
vaded by large SURE TO BE SET FOR suit for Bradford County Re: Adoption of Rita Doris Avery
there had been too much delay and Florida la Chancery. STORAGEPerr'man
straWra and sympathizers many: REPLACING MACHINERYFrom I Divorcehas NOTICE TO APPEARTO
Michael Fleming. Plaintiff
vs
.them'communifsts; with most of too much...communist 'propaganda ., been filed aganst you in the Honoura Fleming, Defendant WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND
of above named Court ana cause and TO: Kenneth G. Avery, Shamrock
these' people coming down'on special made out of this case already. !I mule farming. to tractor you are required to serve a copy of Notice To Appear.To Case No. 9883, Trailer Park. Messena. New York. Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
trains from'New York. After This week I was'given the opportunity farming and. back to mule farming your answer or pleading to the : Honoura Fleming whose residence You are hereby notified that a -
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney -
has been' fled in the above
petition -
to before the Ways and address is: 202 Park -
go again.
lut-
the T. Prank
JUJ e,JOugw granted Laadrum entitled Court by C. A. Long and
Terrace Hartford. Connecticut.'You ______
minute stay* ot, execution, excitement and Means Committee and testifyon That is the unfortunate story of Starke. Florida. I are hereby notified that a his wife, Pauline Long, for the adop-
and file the original in the
office of I
behalf of'my bill H. TL 3375; farmers in and suit for tion of Rita DoriC Avery, a minor
and some Georgia
.runni!ghigh there per- the Clerk of tfce Circuit Court on'
was and
by the petitioners are reQuired -
you
would allow deduction on of Florida. The or before the Divorce, custody, control and -4.5/
in the which haps in parts of $
to an-
was considerable :support 20 day of July, 1953; support of minor childrenhas serve a copy your UP
Congress' for Congressman Wheel- income, tax returns of all medical unfortunate part of it is that the otherwise the allegations of said been filed against you in the swer or objections to show cause
the inv and .dental expenses within reasonable farmers are having to come backto Complaint will J e taken as confess- above named Court and cause and why said petition should not be
er's resolution calling for granted on the attorney for peti-
;d by : you are required to serve a copy o MON
you.
peachment of Douglas: Personally 1i' !ts. At present the mule farming after they have This notice shall bi publishedonce your answer or pleading to tht I tioners. William N. Long :Miller: TO 300
law allows deduction only on expenses been using tractors and other mec- each week for four consecutive complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney Building Gainesville Florida, and
think these-traitors had file the In the office of
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- T. Frank original the LO
possible legal advantage which exceed five per cent hanized equipment. This is indicated graph. Starke Florida. Landrum'l clerk of Circuit Court on or before 'ro
every of- income. There seems to i by reports that demand for Dated this 17 day of June 1953. and file the original in the 14th day of July 1953. in his _
and opportunity including .a review gross (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy of the Clerk of the office in Starke, Florida.
be a lot of sentiment in favor of: mules 13 picking up in certain Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1 Herein fail not or a decree pro --nrrs=rnssnrrn errs
: of their case by the' Supreme this method of tax reduction, andI farming areas. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. 20 day of July, 1953; onfesso will be entered againstyou. ,- _
fi/19 it__ 7/1(1_._ otherwise the allegations of said CONFIDENTIALPrompt
hope the Committee will give It simply means, in most cases, "n 'p Complaint will be' taken as con- Witness my hand and seal of this _
bill a favorable report to the that the farmers ;sold their mulesa fessed by you. Court in Starke. Florida this 9 day
my This notice shall be published of June, A.D. 1953. flrs"s=srss=ssssssss=sS
PHONE 218 House I also renewed my effortson few years ago and bought trac- NOTICE TO APPEAR once each week for four consecutive (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
behalf of the Mason Bill, tors and other mechanical equip- IB Circuit Ceurt. Bradford Conaty, weeks graph.in the Bradford County Tele Clerk of said Circuit Court U Friendly Service

(H. R. 157) which would remove 1 ment for their farm. Their in- ,Florida la Caaacerr. Dated this 17 day of June, 1953. 6/12 41-7/3 II" ,
Plaintiff -
COL10NlALFLO'RIST' Raul Funtanellas. vs.
the; 20 per cent Federal tax on comes were pretty good then, labor :Marina JimJnlan Funtanellas De (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy In Court Of County Judge, Bradford
admission to movie theatres.. was scarce, and they needed to Notice fendant.To AppearTo Case Xo. 98S2 Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. County State Of Florida.In STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO.

On. Tuesday, during the debateon mechanize their farms to keep up : Marina Jiminian Funtanellas 6/19 4t 7/10 NOTICE Re Estate OF of;EXECUTOR Olive Elizabeth FOR Ray

the VA appropriations bill, I with what others were doing. But whose 3277-32nd residence Avenue.and Astoria address Queens is:,. la Circuit Court Bradford County, FINAL DISCHARGE Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store

made a speech on the floor of the those who are back on the. mule Long Island New York. Florida la Chancery. Notice is hereby given, to all
Melvin Carrigaa. Jr., Plaintiff, vs. It may concern that on .the 10th day\ --------
FLOWERSFor House which' I asked for extension market now probably did not lay suit You for are hereby notified. that a :Mary: Louise Carrigan. Defendant. of July A.D. 1953, Olin W.' White, I

of the direct loan featureof aside replacement funds while they Divorce, custody and control of Case No. 9854 Sr. shall apply. to the Honorable
child Notice To Appear.To Theron A. Yawn, Judge of said
AU Occasions veterans housing were getting good prices for their minor Louise of for his
the program. has been filed against you in the : Mary Cariigan, whose ourt. as Judge Probate.
The Veterans administration recently farm products. Now, when the above named Court and cause and residence and address: is: Asheville, final discharee as Executor nf the
the truck or other equipment you are required to serve a copy of North Carolina. estate'Of'Olive Elizab'e-t1I'-R deceased -
the rate of interest.tractor or
raised
and that at the time
your answer or pleading to the You art hereby notified that a : same
on GI loans to 4& per cent. It is worn out or needs major complaint on the Plaintiff's suit for he will present his final accounts a,
(j) Divorcehas Executor of said estate, and ask for
of the farmers don'thave Attorney T. Frank Landrum
some,
; was thought that this would make repairs, Starke. Florida been filed against you in the their apprevaLDated f INTEGRITY
money available for veterans' the money to pay for repairs and file the original in the office of above named Court and cause and June 8, 1953.
I you are required to serve a of Olin W. White, Sr.
copy
However it has ot new equipment. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
home-building. or before the your answer or pleading to the Executor. of
DISH GARDENS conduct and with better
dealing
2 not worked out this way, and the It's little wonder too. The U. S. 20 day of July. 1953: complaint on the Plaintiff _______ 6/12 4t 7/3
GI loan has been almostat of Agriculture says otherwise the allegations of said Attorney. Evan T. Evans. 103 thoughtfulness and economy in all
: POTTERY program Department Complaint will be taken as confessed Law Exchange Building. Jacksonville NOTICE TO APPEAR
a standstill in many areas. I the value of machinery on farms by you. Florida fa Circuit Court. Bradford 'County, our serving these mark the reputable I
This notice shall be publishedonce and file the orlgmai In tne office of Florida la Chancery.James .
:'. POTrED.PLANTS. know especially that; veterans, in now is five times what it was in eaCh week for four consecutive the Clerk of tne Circuit Court on B. Smith. Plaintiff, vs. Chris- quality of this well known firm.DeWITTC.JONES. !
our 8th district are having trouble 194J3. For Florida, the figuremight weeks in the Bradford County Tele jr before the tine Smith, Defeidant.
Flowers Wired loans from institutions be since. farm- graph. I 6 day of July. 1953; Case No. 9872
getting private even higher, Dated this 17 day of June. 1953. otherwise the allegations of said Notice To AD PCI". j
and. therefore it is neces- ers in this state really got into (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Complaint will be tak Anywhere that we continue, the direct mechanized farming only in recent Clerk of the Circuit Court ad! by you.This and address is: 21 Merton \
sary By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. notice shall se publishedonce Street New Rochelle, New York.
loan program for the time being. years. 6/19 4t 7/10 each week for four consecutive You are hereby notified that a
Nona St. Starke wseks in the Bradford County Tele suit for
The House has passed the second The expense of producing farm i eraph. Divorce, custody, control and Phone 7 Starke, Fla.Funeral .
NOTICE TO APPEAR Dated this 3 day of June. 1953.
p four times support of minor child
Office products now averages -
Independent Appro- IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb has been filed against you In the
... :.. what it did just prior to World Florida IB Chancery Clerk of the Circuit Court above named Court and cause and rssnn eflrrrrn
- - - By Marian L. Clerk
War H, according to the Depart- Arlene C. Parks, Plaintiff, vs. Jes- Ciosby, Deputy you are required to serve a copy of I
6/5 4t 6/2 Director Ambulance ServiceOur
sie P. Parks, Defendant your answer or pleading to the
ment of Agriculture statisticians. I Case No. 9877 complaint on the Plaintiff "I \
It takes more money to buy,a trac- Notice To Appear.To XOTICE TO APPEAR Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103 local funeral home enables us to offer convenience tai
: Jessie P. Parks' whose -residence -. In Circuit Court, Bradford County Law Exchange P-uilding, Jack- ,
tor a truck, or. nearly anythingelse I eervicea not otherwise available.
and address is: 1737 FerryingSqd. Florida: In Chancery. sonville, Florida
than it did 15 years ago. Dover Air Ease, Dover, Delaware -Nancy M. Callahan. Plaintiff 'Vs. and file the original in the Officeof I ,
knows that a machine Joseph C. Callahan, Defendant. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on t _rSSSSSSSStrttrrsrrssrrrssrs-s-rsrs_rtSStrrSSSJJ i
Everybody
You are hereby notified that a Case Jfo. 9870 or before the
H such as a' tractor wears out in a suit for Notice To App ar. 13 day of July 1953; ; We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and )
Divorce and restoration of To: Joseph C. otherwise the of said
number of and must Callahan. whose allegations
certain years I accept Alxr1 life insurance policy in force Jsssed by ANT
maiden
residence
name and address is: 219 Forest Complaint will be taken as con-
be replaced. Business men set has been filed against you In the Avenue, Massapequa, Long Island, fessed by you. company as payment in part or in full on a funeral.
above named Court and cause and New York. This notice shall be publishedonce
:
for -
aside certain depreciation
reserves
30 OR 40 GIRLS you are required to serve a copy of Your are hereby notified that a each week for four consecu- Consultation carries no obligation.
and replacement. Farmers your answer or pleadings to the. suit for tive weeks in the Bradford County ._,..sssssrrsrrssrsssrsrrrrrJ-rssssrrsr5.F I
rnmnlaint
on tha P1"h.tlH'
must be[business men enough also Attorney' WilliamD..- 'Morgan J

Between Ages Of 18 And 30 to make plans for replacing their 507 Clark Building. Jackson.
ville, Florida
., machinery and equipment. and file the original in the office of l
; And one of the best ways of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
:. APPLY AT OUR OFFICE or before the .
setting aside depreciation money is 20 day of July, 1953;
:> 10TH AND CHURCH STS. to buy government bonds. Farm This 'notice shall be publishedonce VALUE

"..p .* AFTER JULY. 6 income is still fairly good, even weeks cash week In the for Bradford four consecutive County- *.1Ty .

< 10 though lower prices for productssold Telegraph. I I
< II
I I I Dated this 17 day of June. 1953. I
Plant; Will Be Closed From ,June 26 To July 6 and steady or rising pricesfor (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby

For Vacation Period products bought have begun to Clerk of the Circuit Court
ey Marian L. Crosby, D.rnflyCi.rk
squeeze. It's a lot better to set
6/19 4t 7/10


Big Dad Manufacturing ComjyUULflitflflUW&i each aside year a -relatively;and let.it small earn interest amount In The County Judge' Court la matched I

I, than it is to try to rake up all And State For Of Florida Bradford County thaia'tii$ be :

cash or to borrow and try to pay I NT RE: Estate of: J. B.- Carlisle. Jr.. I

I for a new machine in one or two Deceased. ,
:%oik.* of Filing Petition For FinalDUcharKr
years. of \dmlal..trator
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
:
Notice is hereby given that I have

DELUXE filed strator my of final the Estate returns of as J. admini-B. Carlisle The Only Blowout Preventionwith !

MODEL Magic Chef Jr.. deceased; that I have filed
Range my petition for final discharge, and exclusive new U.5.Nylon LIFEWAIL
16. that I will apply to the Honorable
Theron[ A. Yawn, County Judge of

I ,;I 15 Bradford, 1953, for County approval, Florida of,the on same July Double Tire Strength! !!

and for' final discharge as administrator I If

., t O"-'l isle. Jr.of, deceased.the estate of J. B. Car- twice the protective against Impact

June 9. 1953.
AL KAY CARLISLE. \ wiiiifr .i'. 20% GREATER MILEAGE

Administrator of the estate of J11I 111C; iv' New proceiui end maiariab e Exclusive Features elt
J. B. Carlisle, Jr., deceased
,6/19 4t 7/10 tffIi 'A .greet advance la U.loyal Air Ride mBeege

E-PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT 01! w/1II/ SMARTER APPEARANCE
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS This minute VASTLY
Exclusive: Two top burners and Office of the g'/A
State Road Department _' .
If f/td wgtyI.p.wilimtrimwbltwsg1orbi.ckwdat'
drip tray all in one unit cathe _-: Tallahassee. Florida SAVE UFE! ... :

spillovers, lifts like a feather COXSTR'CTIOXD June 10. 1953 MAINTENANCE may !ntedonthis J ..l/<.. ,/ :;::(;lw1II: / THE WORLD'S MOST COMFORTABLE RIDE

washes like, a plate. Burners ax Sealed .bids will PROGRAM be received at yfffsss: mOst sensa- ":/' / .../.. 0'..}..'::: ..I. :..;' ...;.' abtorblng the read In B,nce at any ip..d

non-clog, 6immer-et. Instant 0SVING Tallahassee Florida, from qualified :-. .- ..... ua ..:.."'.....ryl whiCh t .,.j' x-- ..r. :'i--'. --.7..y.; ":.;. .: '
automatic top lirhtlnr.\ Contractors until 10:30 A.M. (E.S.T.) U'owu.vuo. safety value "/. .:' .. :xi... ..:..t;. Y". :;Aunes'the
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on the 30th day of June 1953. for superb qll&li. I./. :' ;/.
the construction of the witb. the po61. : .l :' : .: .
following al Tires .
V.s.Ro Y otbe .1.'' :

OUT BROILER r projects State :Project. Job No. %2806-104 : tl "NI : F W"'LL. /:.,o"Y: .HEQUAIiED AllOWANCES

Exclusive Open the door and the L' state Road No. 18. Bradford County, n : :. for
broiler \ In Brooker. Work consists of payIng for bfe cM cdety ./ f' CHEVROLEl
wedded
swings out, ready for we. and Incidental Items. A Proposal : Y oU r' :i/ // X'/.: : FORD
Convenient,, smokeless. Fan to fix Guaranty in the amount of I n this new comll11l4tlf'n. eve r ..::;() PLYII1OUTHf
$2.500.00 will air-contame1":: '"' ./ '[,.
sizzling, savory steaks.GUARANTEED. < A Proposal be required. bavethpede with all the ad ed F ./=: s'mllar (an
Guaranty consisting of :
anisb "
\ af either a certified check, cashier's : strength of Nylon to f -/" .1/
I check, trust company treasurer's blowout 05ibiliteat t .-' -. ,. ..: ,,T :" $
Each rangeis guaranteed for one I check or bank draft of any national Centory "' )' :: ::. ..' ;
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or tate bank, In the :- A Cool ol Half ia ,.. :: ::.. ;. .L II
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amount / ;; :
in workm&nkhip ; .
against :
year defects '" stated above made payable to the :.. :>: ; June
or material. Burners are If Chairman of the State Road Depart. ...' ..<' '
< I ment. must accompany each bid. SdI ..: KE
guaranteed for life. k ,I All checks or draft shall have been ; : On"J. 6.70/15

I, for issued receiving within 60 Certified days of the checks date OLD TIRE

shall have the SAFE.rfbetween AND TUBB
necessary State of
1 Florida's _ 0th.r'peclol
Documentary Stamps al/owanc.
tache&All at- the co : oJr treith lor al/cars

work Is to be done In accord- c d EASY CRED.r

ance special with Proyisions Plans, Specifications of the State and : & b rEIMS

Priced As Low As Road Department Special attention tire riding.
is called to "Notice to Qualified

vlslo"ls Contractors"contained and in any the Special Pro- < : '1 & ::
Proposal /
Form. : ::1.
:
Plaps Special
Provisions
and ,
: Proposal Forms will be furnished / /
to / A
Qualffied Contractors upon application '

199 I NO MONEY DOWNUSE of Standard$50.00 a regular which to this Specifications will bid office Is be submitted for refunded the may sum only The be of : .' : ,::ti; ,: / $? f


purchased for $1.00
per copy. Plans
YOUR OLD RANGE With or without Specia Provisions

FOR DOWN PAYMENT may Proposal be purchased for J5.00 per set.
Forms will not be issued .
t'
;

,::1Completely Installed least The U u"llus right hours request IS'Prior resetved to j la opening received to reject bids.at UtOY&T1us-

PLUS YOUR : any or all bids.
STATE ROAD
: 1 4LONG TERMS TO PAY FLORIDA DEPARTMENT. OF
Richard H. Simpson
Chairman
OLD: RANGE
Payments As Low As $8.53 Per Month Sam P. 'rurnbull State Highway

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'1 CYLINDER GAS FREE !" I II of The Starke Registration will NOTICE_be open Book for I/lS of. -regiltra.the 2t City 6/26 STARKE TIRE SALES


tlon of
qualified
electors --
the residing In [ ,
following territory _
adjoining

the. Florida City' of To-Wit Starke: Bradford County -''I ,USE OUR BUDGET PLAN -t.

CENTRAL FLA. GAS & APPLIANCE CO. except Ej of SEU Section of 20 SW'4; all Section Section 21 21;.' I .
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which exception Is at present In JIMMY MOORE, Owner : t
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City Limits: WI, of Section \ '
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PHONE 301 STARKE, FLA. 22 28:which W% tlf lies Section South 27 and; all East Section of Corner U. S. :301 and State Road 100 PHONE: 189 :-\: -'. ; .t Starke, Fla. # t tI

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FRIDAY, lU\"E' 26. 1953 I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TABKE FLORIDA t

Hi/IIP..a..A4 IT -.T', I.

range In being sour or sweet for .-- 1
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best production. Strawberry soil] -- -...---.- -'--.-. ,- -,;r.-- ':, __ .- __, "__" -,. __-, _-_'_,.'

should show a PH reaction of 5.81 I SERVICE MEN

or as near as possible to it. This j
is our measure of knowing thatit I I GROCERIES

PnMandRANCy is not too sour nor to sweet I I 1'_ '

I We which plan the to select technicalworkerscan a few plotson EARL COOK'S MEATS

J go all the way with tests in f
fertilizing disease and insect con- FEED

trol. If you are interested, and it is .t

certainly a good thing to do, we
By Geo. T. Huggbu will be glad to test your straw-

County Agent berry soil for determining proper 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North
Phone
Agricultural Extension Service PH. That can be your first step H tAG 339.J

Prevent Hyperkerato&U, I ter crops. On thjs five acres it for The a ,better strawberry crop.production program Quantity Rights Reserved SPECIALS FOR FRI., SAT., JUNE 26, 27 --

Losses from what ever that is, was provided by spreading chicken in our county has captured.
and is commonly known as X-dis- manure over the land. Some folks -
the interest of the experiment .A. EXTRA SPECIAL BRISKET
ease have been greatly reduced by throw it away while others sell station and they are anxious to WHITE 10 Lbs.
the discovery of the cause of the it. Your greatest value in it is to I

disease.This thing that has killed use it on your land. help us.Mark these Dates Cpl. Robert Haag, son of Mrs. Southern Maid STEW 19c '

lots of cattle has been ,called X- Organic matter can be supplied I Bradford Callie Strickland Moser of Starke POTATOES 29C

disease because it was hard to by turning under any top growth.i meets County Friday Cattlemen'sAssociation nisrht and Kingsley Lake, is currently Lb 4 AC
determine what,had caused death. Planted legumes such as indigo I assigned to the 6th Bomber Wingin OLEO
June 26. Bradford Farm
County
During summer months when cattle sesbania 'lupines, etc., when turned New Mexico. He, joined the I Meaty NECK Lb.
might, be ,lying around the under provide excellent organic Bureau meets Friday night July Air Force in July 1952'and" received Jim Dandy 5 Lbs.

shed or barn where 'some of your in the soil. Crops are takingit *. his basic AF training at With $3.00 Meat Order or More BONES I I

working tools are is a good ,time out, so you must put it backis Each of these meetings con- Lackland AFB San Antonio 19 G

to be a little more careful the belief of ,Mr.Perry.. cerns you. Whether you,are. das Texas. He then went to KeeslerAFB Good HI T S 43C .
sified as a farmer or business- Lb.
The only proven cause of this This patch of Dixie 18 has good in Mississippi for a 30 weeks .
lo- a11ed X-disease Is chemicals solid ears on stalks ,that are 10 man you have a direct interest in course in radio. Robert was pro- Branded WHITE Lb. .
found 'in certain special-purpose to 12 ft. high. Many stalks will the agriculture and livestock pro- moted to corporal on April 10 and

lubricants. Deaths in cattle 'have have to be pulled over to reach gram read this in the won't county.you If encourage you have was given a Certificate of Profi- BEEF LIVER 39 BACON 45:c Sliced Plantation No. 2 Can

been reported where pellet8 had the ears of corn. The stalks and ciency. His present address is:
been fed that had been contaminated fodde are green from top to these two organizations. our A-2c Robert R. Haag AF14474-

with certain greases. bottom. Some form of added humus County! 203, 40th Bomber Sqdn., Box PINEAPPLE 25 rc

Feed manufacturers 'and oil. in the soil has paid'well dur- J. R. Wainwright Is presidentof 315M Walker AFB Roswell, New Fresh Lb. FARRIS Sq. Jar 7 Lbs.
I the County Farm Bureau and Mexico.
companies are now cooperatingin ing this recent dry period. ..
Maurice Edwards Jr., is presidentof
helping to keep lubricants containing Strawberry Work to .Begin Cattleman's Association.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVYYVVY. LARD
these toxic .compounds Considerable survey work was t- HAMBURGER 29C 99CSpecial

away. from. .livestock feeds. done early this'spring in en effort o Deal

Your responsibility ,at home is to determine what might be some

to keep lubricants and oils where of the causes for continuous decrease PINE LEVELby Swan Toilet 3 Bars My-T-Fine choc & Van 2
livestock will not come in contact: in strawberry production. Smoked Pkg

with them. This is one of those Enough was discovered by the FRITH '

rare things,but' offers a possibilityof experiment station workers that Mrs.. IL M. McRae SAUSAGE 33 SOAP 12C I DESSERT

danger. they want to get an early start I tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlWe I 13C

That's Good Corn this fall and follow through with I .. .
the So this will had a large attendance at .:: ..
'Not a big acreage but big cornand grower. program ..z.,; SUN-SPUN Bottle
good corn on about. acres is get.underway now before long. Sunday school and church last } ,
Our first will be td get Sunday. Rev. Alton Dobbs broughtthe All 1 Meat Lb.
being grown by A. H. Perry near step EEL-BECK
Hampton. Mr. Perry gives a reason several samples of soil on whichberries 11 o'clock message. Our pas Pvt. Joe E. Frith brother of CATSUP 15C I 5 Lbs.

for his good corn that can be will be grown this fa tor Rev. W E. Hall is ill in the I Mrs. Sidney W. Griffis and Mrs. WIENERS

accomplished by other grower [This will be to determine ile Glendale Hospital in Palatka. He W. L. Thigpen Jr., enlisted on S 33CRIB MEAL
Provide extra orgajjic matter ,in need for correcting the PH of the is much improved and might return April 6 and is stationed at Fort' I 39C

some form and you will grow bet- soil Berries do not like a wideFree home today. Bliss Texas, training to be an ESHELMAN
Mrs. J. M. McRae and sons,I anti-aircraft artilleryman. He

James and Danny returned home qualified for the leadership course
Red Rose Yellow
Sunday afternoon after spendinga after the training period. Pvt. RoseFLOOR 25 Lbs.

week at Scottsboro, Ala. wither h Frith says there's no place like 29Lb.

Tank parents, Mr. and Mrs. V, B. Starke and they can have the en TIPS L .83
Wheeler and brother John and tire state of Texas for small portions LAYING-MASH i

family.Mr. of Bradford. County.

and Mrs. Robert Mvrick I
and children were evening dinnerJruests Fresh D a D Lb. Fancy Long Grain 3 Lb
Lb s.
of Mr. and Irs. Thomas

-WITH PURCHASE OF Gill night.at Kingsley Lake Thursday fRYERS 49 100 I $5.49 I RICE I E 49Cf

Mr. and Mrs. James V. Crosby PRI "fnAG
Cello
and son Jimmy spent Monday and LEWIS I ,. Pkg
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Monday night with Mr parents, III' I IIII I I I, .
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Mr. and Mrs. Llovd of Brooker* NOTE: We Wish To Can The Attention Of The Public I "
To
Mr. and Mrs Leonard Sternsof The Following Article
Of The Florida Appearing In The
State
Belle
Marketing Bureau tin
Jacksonville were visiting the : For June I, 1953

Slade Gas Co. H.Sterns M. will McRaes be remembered Sunday. Mrs.as I FARM CARE OF EGGS S ,.'.

Miss Alice Stephens.Mr. / .
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Pvt. Allen J. Lewis, son of Mrs.E. ,
and Mrs. Eldon By J. Charles Jamison
I ,Sanp and J. Lewis of Brooker recently Regional Inspector .
sot, Rudolph and Jo Allen
of
'completed basic at the S Poultry and
t Heilbronn Springs were among ? training Egg Division, Florida Department of Agriculture
PHONE 121 STARKE FLA. Medical Replacement, Training \
those visiting the H. M. McRaes I
Center Camp Pickett Va. He Should all wholesale
buyers of
I eggsin Florida convert their cuticle
Sunday afternoon. / or "bloom"
I r received instruction eight weeks of Infantry_ : I 'purchasing practice to a grade-back basis (paying price based shell. in a water soluble that the hen,lays on the outside of the 'egg
and pip'ht wpplr n' on egg grades after gelatinous
<> candling), we should substance that
probably
see a revoluilie partially
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specialized medical training, including tion in approximately! ) 5.000 <
egg handling practices pores in the
on many farms. The result would egg shell which
preserve the
ward freshness helps
operating room management technique. and be a great variation in the prices received by producers the good from the egg. of the egg by retarding carbon dioxide loss

STANDARD OIL DEALER'SVACATION operators receiving premium prices, and the poor operators Almost
suffering heavy discounts fbr eggs of inferior quality. It would every egg is clean when laid so
become they are lain, usually j eggs get dirty after
an ecoromic from
necessity for each. dirty
producer to take every clean nesting material
nests By
practical measure to protect the interior and keeping the hens housed keeping
quality of his
and to until
reduce the exterior defects to the lowest egg especially in damp weather, the number early afternoon,
possible of
point. This

RwDE-IN SALE, FOWLERPvt. improvement effect on consumer in the quality preference of Florida for Florida eggs should Eggs to have the a ultimate marked or can coarse Of be greatly steel wool reduced.is recommended.Dry cleaning eggs eggs with needing fine sand cleaning paper

benefit of our industry. all methods of
\ is washing eggs, soaking them
the most In cold
While the practices of wholesalers damaging. When the water
egg and retailers leave water is colder than
temperature the
much to be desired much of the of the egg, a slight
for
responsibility the needed im sucks vacuum in the egg results interior
a little
of
provement of our egg quality lies with the poultryman. Not the contaminated water into the
only is a part of the original innoculating the eggs with bacteria shell pores,
quality lost on the farm, but the. and mold
ability of bold may rot within a few pores. Such eggs
eggs to well under days in warm
up
William L. Fowler son of adverse conditions in with weather. We see rotten
very small
TIRES commercial channels air cells, eggs
depends a lot on how Indicating
the eggs were handled they
are
{ Alva Fowler of Route 1; by the poultryman. summer. This is why not old eggs, every
Brooker is now serving withirbourne the recommend manufacturers, of egg washing machines
troops. He would like Heat is Enemy Number One of egg quality. Hens maintain we do not know the use of hot water In their machines. IncIdentally,

II to hear from some of his friends a much higher temperature than human beings, so it is of prime does not of an egg washing machine on the market that
and his address at present is: Pvt importance to remove eggs from contact impair the keeping qualities of
,with the 107 degrees F .found that eggs washed It has
been
William L. Fowler US53178502.Co. ) eggs washed in
body heat of htns a solution
promptly. Providing one nest for of 0.5
every 5 to 6 percent
droxide
L, 502d Abn. Inf. Regt., 101st] hens and collecting eggs from the nest at least three in water hold up well, but this chemical Is Sodium by-
times
Airborne Division, Camp Brecken- a day t0 recommend. too dangerous
is the least that can be expected to protect the
reputation of our
ridge Ky.
Florida egg. More frequent collection Preserving the protective cuticle
pays big dividends in is or "bloom" on white
fiehting heat and in reducing the number of cracked, stained and especially important as we experience a lot of difficulty with egs
thin
I r : dirty eggs. egg shell on white eggs produced In hot
weather.
: shell A good
J is about 1/70 egg
af ,r Open containers such as wire baskets rather than closed thinner, inch thick, but many of our white eggs are
which
containers like buckets hastens the loss of carbon
should
be used for egg collection and dioxide with the conse
SMITHS cooling. The eggs should be kept in wire baskets all night then yolk quent drpp In egg quality grade. Eggs normally. rot from the
early the next morning when the outward except washed eggs usually rot
and
eggs egg cases are the inward. from the shell
S coolest, the eggs may be cased. A single egg placed on a wire

tray with free air circulation takes about two hours to'cool. Many Checked or cracked eggs are a major cause of economic

poultrymen feel the eggs and find the shells are cool In less than loss in the egg industry. Checked eggs deteriorate rapidly and are
half an hour do not realize classed as the. lowest edible
that the eggs are still hot inside grade. We have already mentioned
for hours after collection. Casing eggs too soon after they are that frequent collection of eggs from the nests reduces the num
ber of
error. cracked eggs. Another cause
frequently
overlooked
Pfc Thomas L. Smith, son of Production of infertile eggs is"important. Slight embryonic type of-basket used In egg collection. Light weight is the
baskets
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith of loaded when
Starke development in fertile eggs begins at about 68 degrees F. and is with eggs contract at the sides near the top when lifted
reported to the Marine
rapid at 85 degrees F or higher. which checks fggs. For the same
J'T Air Reserve Corps J Jacksonville is reason overloading the basket
NAS on June 13 for the SoAiay Eggs packet small end up (upside down) soon develop dislocated a wasteful practice. Heavy gauge wire baskets with rubber or

-T1i qo summer training' period. Pvt.Smith's yolks and ruptured membranes. Eggs packed upside down plastic coated wire is a good investment. Many eggs are checked
\ "LAS RcLGI rot in about ore-third the, time when the basket is set down
Air of
Gt .CPI/ training as an Force eggs packed large end up. on a concrete floor or other hard
S S S mechanic is given at the Naval While a few of our more progressive poultrymen have surface unless care is exercised. Some poultrymen'

S W4 \ $ECIA Air Station,,Atlanta, Ga. this sum equipped themselves with egg .'coolers for holding their eggs rubber mats to set baskets on. the

S mer. between all Florida Few poultrymen
.rIt pickup days poultrymen need to consider using electric egg graders are
aware of the
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tON I seriously taking this step. Eggs held at 86 degrees F for the large numbers of eggs checked on Improperly adjusted
. grading
0) Ii i first 24 hours have 15 percent less- firm albumen than those at machines since the eggs roll over the candling
1C1Pfl light before :
going
\UP dl'1
i \ A Jtq: ep ; 40 degrees F. Eggs held at 98.6 degrees F reach the same dthrough: the siring mechanism. If, the trough that guides the eggs

1)t.r") S \ f! gree of yolk flatness in 3 days as those held at 60.8 decrees F for over the candling light, or if the tray that receives the eggs after

I ..1\. ; iJr.t. .... 16 PLUS TAX 6.1. IS PLUS TAX [ 23,days Investigation has shown that eggs held 7 days at 70 sizing are set at too great an angle, eggs will be creck-d:

\ .. /jbll """ AND YOU OLD TIRE AND YOUR OLD TIRE THOMAS I degrees F candle on 20 percent AA grade, while those held 7 Letting the eggs. accumulate on the finish tray also result.- ,-

1! ;v.: 'days at 58 degrees F grade 68 percent AA Grade. checked eggs. The type of check produced" on the gra :--

I i So called "Heat Spots" on the egg yolks are caused ,by inVasion ". machine is typical! of machine graded eggs a long very .v'-

; ". '..' '. .' STANDARD of water by osmosis from the egg white Into ,the yolk and strJght check T- and is readily recognized as a machine fn

; \ t OIL -.,, another. undesirable condition in "heated" eggs. .' "' .J, check in recandling, eggs. Eggs checked on electric machines

, ,,.' ., Much has been written about the desirability of: moisturein s sometimes_ ,as. high as 22 percent. This' defect Is a matter of

the egg cooler but Florida normally has a high humidity, so we adjustment and operation, not defect Inherent in the machines.
t ,> THOMAS TRUCK TERMINAL Pfc Robert Lloyd Thomas son need not discuss the subject here. -, The future prosperity aH those en engaged in the
production
5 of Ilrs. E. ).L Thomas of
4. PHONE. 211-J STARKE, FLA fcfmerly of Starke entered Largo the In making up his Grade A pack the wholesaler must,cull and' marketing; of Florida eggs depends on the protection of the

out dirty and stained eggs ,so wholesale buyers constantly com- reputation of Florida. eggs. The producer must do his
part by
in 1852: and .
H. H. HOUSTON'S Army July is now
SERVICE STATION dirties and stains. the fighting heat with frequent collection
. serving with the 6th Calvary plain to producers about Consequently egg and keepfag his eggs
". -: PHONE 83 STARKE.FLA.G. Division in-Japan. Pfc Thomaswas practice of washing eggs on the farm has reached alarming TOcool after collection; by selling clean Infertile eggs without

born and reared in Starke and : portions. :Most commercial egg producers have a hazy idea thaf melting the natural protective coating with water; and by keeping
S. BROWN'S SERVICE .
STATION has many friends here who will be washing damages the keeping quality eggs but ,continue this alert for hidden ways of checking eggs.

PHONE 327 'STARKE, FLA.: interested to hear from him. He I harmfuf practice as the easiest way to present a clean pack. The wm TOO do your part? '
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i FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1353
'.. n.m n !... TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFARMER'S "

r. I peas. ped simply it picked on the up head.a stick and'boP-: them. .. I course she had a heifer. low we like, for he does'not claimto XOT1CE TO APPEAR

Measured off 15 beds in left know everything, and in fact, I'm Clrtnlt C..t.. Bradford CaaatrFlorida
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' field where we plan to have our; It sure is aggravating to bending The last planting of corn we is quick to tell you if he doesn't Ruth Ella Davis Kinney Plaintiff,
1 DIARY next berry patch, and planted 10 A pet pig is a first class pest. along on the tractor, pulling made was eight rows in left field, know the answer you seek but he vs., Gene Kinney Defendant,

4 lbs. of Iron & Clay field peas. :We are raising one we. call Myrtle, a disc or a cultivator, and and we got almost the poorest -i will try to get the informationfor Satire T. !pear. Cue No. 9SS1
if\ By Sam McGarvey Planted them in drills 30 inches r and she is still a tiny thing then slam-bang hit into a buried stand possible. There was one you. To. Gene Klnney. whose residence -
apart and plan to cultivate themat (weighs about 6 Ibs. soaking wet) stump or root and tear up your stalk of corn tow for our ef and address is General .De-
un The author win be glad to but she equipment.. We try to remember livery Rockmart. Georgia.
receive least once. Hope that they can pester you to death. fort. So we're rebedding the land Talked Tour are hereby notified that
about selling most of
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Item of lateral CODeeml grow well so that well have a Alice takes some milk for her, where they are, but so far the to\ try to use the fertiliser, andwe'll suit for
hens and
our the. old
r tin rartirltiefl of farmer* in good green cover crop to cut un and Myrtle drinks it, and then only sure way we can locate, themis set out some sweet potato feathered Divorce name and restoration of maiden -
must have
I gals heard of it, for
Bradford County. Suggestions may der. But we're racing time, for we follows Alice back to the house to slam into them again; and vines. have been has been filed against you in the
be left at the Telegraph office or hope now to set our berry plants I for more. Well we're afraid thatshe'll then we know. There's one in the I they: turning out more above named Court and cause and
mailed to Stun McGarvejr. Lawte I kitchen garden that we'd like to ,eggs lately. you are required to serve a copy of
i yV about Sept. 20, so that means get through the fence and I your answer or pleading-to the com-.
the pea ,vines will have to be cut Leo will bite her in two, so we get out but we're afraid to tackleit Hated to do it. but we. finally . plaint. on' the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.

I & & & .. ...''t....... ..AAAAA... .. ._& & & & & & & & under a month earlier.' have to walk the fool thing down for fear it will go through to took down our strawberry signs After Frank, Landrum, Starke Florida -
---------- --------------------- giving our hogs feed
sup-
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China. .
and thus
r to the hog pen again and then went out of the, berry and file the original la the office of
After :we :owed hairy indigo We, must have clipped him too i try to get away without her. But I ] business until the next season.: plements, and our cows minerals ,the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
i in right field we did not attempt short on his back, for the first Hauled _43 hampers of pretty the poor little one has no mammy I If it were possible we would like and our chickens vitamins, etc., or UiJ;before otherwise the 20 the day allegations of July of

., to cover:, the seed,_ as we' have thing we knew he had a sore spot, Crowder peas to'the Bradford and no 'pappy so it looks likewe're One thing we've learned about to produce berries the year 'round, we finally decided to try some: said Complaint will be taken. confessed
County Market at Starke for tractor operation is that it is a by you.
in and then our but in effect
success covering that
never had any a screw-worm infection. the next best thing. we are doing This notice shal be published
for ourselves.
supplemental
S fine seed. We hoped that rain We dosed that with medicine, and neighbor "Mac" Griffis, but when good idea before starting up to for we are working now on run- feeding once each week for four consecutive
the reached make sure that all tools and So we got some complete vitamins weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
bidding' only $2.75 partsare I
would cover the seed sufficiently, then also gave the rascal a washing ner plants and it won't be too
"Mac" no' saled the and Up to now we never put away. Lots of times we've and minerals and now we takea graph.
I and that is what happened, for so with a solution to kill fleas peas we got any- long before we'll have to think Dated this 1? day of June, 1553.
far it looks,as if we will have a and ticks. He knows when you are took them to ,the Jax Market and thing out of trying to raise made 'adjustments on the culti- about making up the beds again. big pill daily. We think the I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Mac squash but this vator or frame, started things are. giving us more Clerk of the Circuit Court.
pretty fair stand. We enjoy plant- doing something for him (as most there got $3.25 per hamper. year by a constant up and aa pep By Marian L." Crosby Deputy Clerk
'|w t!r anything which will help build dumb animals do) and he stands But the week before Mac got $3 dusting program with 3 per looked back just in time to see awrenchdropping We're going to buy a duster- and we sure can use it. 8/19 U 111
perfectly stilL at both places and it is a lot closerto cent DDT and sulphur we have off into a fur-
eofl. .
this
the week. But now before we buy
'. Starke. produced a good yield from a row. After having this happen a
I short row. We think there may bea number of times, we ,now check anything we. investigate carefullyand That's Our Business
Double cut the front sedge: try to make' sure that whatwe
Still studying irrigation for our better dust to use, but what everything before the Os
grass field where the cows have. Planted a row of summer turnips have done moving buy will do the job required. If It's Glass We Have It!
place. We have' a one-inch well we has helped. machine.
lately. ,:There had and' hoped for the best. But When we first came here we
been grazing WRITE VISIT
CALL
in the. backyard, and we tested / sg or
been some rye growing there, as Tim Blackburn says, plantingat bought things like a couple of
and found it to be, 60 feet
deep.
but at the time we cut up the this time of the year is a big The adult quail on our farm Although Joy i3 quite compla- sailors on a spree but it doesn't Peters Glass Co.FOR
Question is, can that well furnish Joe
land there was nothing much but gamble. Trouble is that the seeds enough water to irrigate the.: 1-2, have been wtll fed pn berries, and I cent about it, we are getting ner- take long to learn that the equip- .
dog fennel, ragweed, coffee weeds, germinate, but the tiny seedlings now they are helping us get the' vous about her coming calf. We ment you have determines the ANY GLASS NEED
acre kitchen garden? We are also
and some grass. We will sow 30 burn up when the sandy sod gets few tomatoes we raised, and they want so much for her to have a success of your efforts.
investigating the cost of a 4 inch We Design Modern Store Fronts
'Ibs. of early hairy Indigo (cost hot. Seems like we're always try- are really raising large families. heifer, and raise it so that we .
well We know that we could use When Just Mail Us A Pattern for
.. 40c .a lb.) in the field and hope ing to fight Nature and accomp- water/ the working in left field we of- will have another Joy to own, Had a good talk on soil con
that we get a good 'stand, for we lish something against her rules. right now rUnners.ion rows ten see as many as 40 of the but we know we'll get what we servation with Bill Haas when he Table Tops *
where want
k want something good for the we young ones take off in a flight. get. Dave Shuford wanted his came here on his regularly scheduled 318 N., W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353

t cows to graze and we want tot While on the,Jax Market met Makes us hungry when we see beef cow to have a bull, and of visit. He is the type of fel -

build the soil. The land is being Also planted a couple of.rows has' -------:0.- - - -. -
Mr. Home who farm southof ,, '
.-. 'helped by 'the manure from the of conch peas but we did this Starke on Highway a 100. Mr. I "aa B BP P :', ': '-, .':, :.. ; : : ;" ,,, ', =--,-' ": :::.-- ':- _: ,',

cows.The..- with a better chance of success.
Horne had ,tomatoes and he was
:' .. The peas are up in a good stand, forced to sell them in little lots

l hot weather was bothering and We think that we may have I lof 4 qts. each to move them at

our Airdale Leo, so we got a pair some luck with them. First time all. While there we heard a trucker -

t. of sgissors and clipped his coat we've ever, tried to grow these moaning and groaning about SHOP EARLY

Y the tough life he led, but for some
strange reason we could shed no
I tears for him. ,

INt .
TRADE I
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WEEK I Brooks Strawberry Florida 90 showed nursery Laboratory us plants some and,of toldus Dr.his The Undersigned Stores, In Cooperation With The Merchants Division of

: that he had had castor pumice
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worked into the beds, as it was
t good for the runners. Well we're The Chamber of Commerce

always trying something, so whenwe

: Phone 80 Starke, F went to Jax we went to a fertilizer -
company and got a big
.
bag of castor pumice. We. couldn't

2.PC., ,LIVING ,ROOM SUITE 179.95 wait until we could get some of it I WILL BE CLOSEDAll
scratched into the beds where we

'YOUR OLD SUITE 4Q00BMJWCE : are trying to make runners. We

1 ,. can't, tell yet if it is '.helping or
C not.
; .

i ( $139'.95 Said "so long" to Jack Abel who '

.,' lI 1 stopped by on his way North. Now
I I 4th
II what on earth ever makes a per- Day Saturday July

I i son want to go up there for? But

I we'd better take that back, or a ,

I r r lot of Yankee friends will be rais- .

ing sand! .
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.
Up to this year we'd never had I i.t, .

any good cantaloupe raised here .

in Florida (and none that we .
.
could remember in Jersey, for that S
: matter) but we got some from Ed '

Durban and those, things were "

really sweet and delicious. :Ed SAFE $ SANE .

says that the reason they are so I !
f' good is that he has good soil,' and I

he is undoubtedly right, but we:
Similar To '
vyc think that ,part of it is that he -

Above Picture allows them to get ripe before ha ,t Drive Carefully Swim Cautiously! I"

s.. gathers them. Mrs. Durban, by
\ ,
the way is quite a huntress. Herd /

g was running a fox, and chasedit .
right at Mrs. Durban, so she

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: Simpson -- Gem Jewelry '

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."* Lawson Cold Storage & Market

Low? and lithe in every line here is ; Robbins' Dept. Store

\ incomparable BEAUTY. Hardy Brothers Motor Co.
t" a At Starke .,
4Td ; Sleek and trim in modern design here Florida Bank ..

,:: ., is incomparable. STYLE. '' .: ': Member FDIC .I\ ."" <1! .'J::. E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating


,: Smooth. and smart in curve and contour ,. Hart Furniture Co. ... x, -; '
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S. R. Johns Grocery -

dependableVEIGHTAND .to x'l ". New Method Cleaners .

C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.
Andrews Motor Co.


DODGE' ,' : Western Auto Associate Store < Chas. C. Shepherd ,Radio & TV


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i Sanders Watch Shop Simpson Urquhart Pontiac


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Got To ,Drive It To Believe ll

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