Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03227
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03227
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Just persuade Mr. Bass that he can easily seven-pound bass which literally bit off

__ a toothsome young bream. weighing more than it could chew was found near the

of a pound. The bream will beach by Howard Cook. The fatal bream was

Grandma-'what big teeth you have! Come into my parlor, said the spider to the fly. Ooops! Now what happened? cooperate by getting hung up in still alive and kicking with its head hung in
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.. UNDER. SAME County Publicatipn Established \ SOIL CONSERVATION

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f SPECIALISTS: AGREE THAT -.... -. \ -I.' i t Slides Out t Change Time Comes To Rotary Clubs .

July 1 is change of administration time for Rotary Clubs all over

Growers Face Hard Fight To Lick Berry County Jail the world. During the past week two of the Clubs, in this vicinity

have followed Rotary tradition by installing a new president at their

first meeting in July.J. .
: Strawberry growers of the Jjtarke-Lawtey area. hard- .berry plants, and neither causes fruit rot but seldom 'kUl3 the trol these ant-like insects

I pressed for an explanation of declining yield in recent, sea- visible symptoms on the plant plants. So the Experiment Sta. cause "buttons" or Sheet Rope

80M'must Inaugurate a disease and insect control program Affected plants lack vigor and tion men think it might be worthwhile berries and sometimes

of else runinto steadily mounting difficulties in the future. produce low yields. No treatment to try omitting the mulch ,crown of the plant.
is known for virus disease. A where rhizoctonia is present. Control In fields where the. sting otherwise peaceful Sunday -
This .!s. the opinion of a number -I
\ of scientists front; the University turist G. H. Blackmon and Entomologist -I Maryland company Is propagating, with" sprays is difficult, if 'tode is present Dr. Brooks enlivened about 8 p.m. when
of Florida Agricultural Louis C. Kuitert of under the direction the U. S. not impossible. mends that no crabgrass was discovered that Sylvester

Experiment Station and ,ExtensionS Main Station County Agent G. T. Department of Agriculture, some The staff' specialists think that 1 lowed to grow during the Negro with a page and ,
rvlce who have surveyed the Huggins and E. M. Nix made a virus-free Missionary plants and the most Important insect in the If this pest should bec I -' -w; I
situation in this county. They survey of the area. may have sufficient stock to offer Starke-Lawtey strawberry area is major problem, requiring half FBI record had escaped -v- __ _
maintain that Bradford growersbve They concluded that virus and the public in a year or two. .. the flower thrips. Growers may fumigating be the new county jail via the

been lucky to get by as long rhizoctonia diseases were the prin- Where the plants died suddenly\ have to come to spraying with The_agricultural route.
cipal troubles but they found often for several feet dothe nicotine sulphate or dusting with growers might do well
as. they have without major trou- regular jailor Deputy Cecil
ble. numerous thrips and red spiders row, researchers believe rhiz- 5 per cent DDT to control this. their soil pH checked
V was out of town it
and some pameras. Soil siftings otonia disease is the cause. The I I a few instances they and
Dr. James Montelaro of the Extension also. revealed the sting nematode trouble spreads dothe soil pest.The Station workers didn't find .soil'to be too acid for believed that Deputy Fate 1i1ly

L. 'Service, hal been in close in some fields but no evidencewas surface, and a moist, soil fa.ill- aay. strawberrypameras on their strawberry culture. The who was left in charge,, : ;

., .touch with the situation throughout found that this insect was tates its rapid spread. The straw inspection, but they say these Insects : pH for most satsifactory unfamiliar with the trick

the season. Some weeks ago causing material. damage to the mulch keeps the soil surface moist. might be troublesome in is between 5.5 and 6.0. mechanism on the cell doors,, :
Dr. A. NT Brooks of the Experiment plant roots. In the Plant City area where years when the weather is warm County Agent Huggins he had thrown it suffi

Station's Strawberry Laboratory Dr, Brooks says two viruses are I mulching is not practiced, rhizoc- and dry. Applications of 5 percent that anyone desiring I to catch, but hadn't. I I
at Plant City Horticul- known to affect Missionary straw-,tonia produces bud rot and a DDT or chlordane dust con- I tnade should notify his Howard's T
escape was not dis

Two Companies Leave This Weekend. Humphreys Prizes Builder Explains' Snarl Delaying tell tale until rope around of knotted 8 pan.,sheets when R. Kelly, new president of the Starke Rotary Club (center) Is

found dandling from a sec pictured Wednesday as he took the helm at the organization's regular

To Be Given story rear window on .the luncheon meeting in the Legion Hall. Surrounding Kelly are the

For National Guard Camp Alabama: Start Of Veteran Housing Work side of the jail. After new officers and board of the Starke club. Seated (left) .Jack Tra-

At 1,3,4P.M. left his cell he still had wick, first vice president, and (right) John Godwin director. Stand-

I force the lock on a heavy- wire' ing ((1 to r) Harry Hatcher, and E. L. Matthews, directors; Jerry O.

Sixty-seven enlisted men, nine Co. B, 748th Ordnance BIL. with One, 3, and 4 pjn. have been set The month of May, which started condition. Turbow said, screen that covers the jail Gay, secretary; Larry H. Gibson, treasurer; T. G. Mitchell and F. B.
..officers,1: and one warrant officer headquarters at Camp Blanding, as the hours for giving away valu- with an increase of the interest nationwide due to the windows. I Beard directors. -

.-of Headquarters Co., 2nd Bit, will leave at 9:15: a.m. Saturdayby able door prizes at the annual rate for GI home loans from four confidence on the part Dogs were put on the escapee's I
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by the TelegraphTransferring ; -
124th Infantry will be on their motorconvoy for the two weeks ,I Humphreys Gold: picnic to be held to four and ak, half per cent and investors in the GI loan and they followed his tracks
way Sunday to Ft. McCleflan, Ala of summer field training of the on the 4th of July, White em- saw considerable acthity on the investment under the the bus station where they lost
f..r: the regular two weeks' summer Florida National 'Guard at'Ft' Mc-. ployees of the company will picnicon part of various investors, closed regulation. I scent. Ill :_' .' 'nr _

encauinrnent Ala.- ...Fifty. enlisted men,! Kingsley Lake, while the out. badly demoralized by a Veterans The National Howard was 'being held here
'An' !JdranwvNietachment' left aiid five; officers will make the I |ng for colored employees will be Administration regulation issuedMa'y Home Builders and the r arraignment on a charge

"I'liU1'8dtim1jmtn1..: -t, 4, o'clock trip, wid r'the command of: Lt J< held on Whittemore Lake. 18. prohibiting a free market Mortgage- Bankers 10)t obtaining money on false pre
with unit,'motor vehicles carrying H. Johnson,, Around 500* employees, their in GI loans. Morton B. Turbow, held. an emergency i I ." He applied for funds to ,

equipment to camp and to draw While at camp, Co. B will giv? families, and friends are.expectedto president of' Allied Homes, Inc., Tampa last Monday I I local Red Cross office about
Additional equipment for use while maintenance support to the 48th states that such" a free''ma.rket was attended by 200 ( month hajft
attend -thejtwo events, which ,, ago putting up a ,
i there. This detachment..faci Inf aatry*Division. *The (Is engage investors,
t ._ : company .rA.zponsoredjoIntlbythetlant very necessary to. negotiate fr ; tale which later turned out
.C&p 'f rl r., Sgt, will"retuni {b':cainBIaftdthjJuly oiT. management, and the employees' loans in towns the size of Starke. Florida., A resolution ,, be his chief stock in trade.
1-<<: Charles. Schaeffer, Pfc. Ar- 19. Social Club.this : Consequently, the local VA housing urging the Florida he had worked this racket ifr .
thur B. Alvarez, and Pvt. Zack Making UIQ trip with the com project(has been delayed be.- delegation to bring other places. He -was advanced ; .

Crawford. I pany will be Chief Warrant Officer cause of this edict, Turbow said. lief to the acute problem by the Red Cross secretary, '

Opt Edward ,A.Winkler sad Pvt. I I Robert G. Paterson, Warrant Saturday Several trips have been made to fast creating a shutdown Edward Hall. who later pre-
Wayne i:. Douglas left by train j Officer Maurice Wingate, Warrant Washington by Mr. Turbow, who building industry in charges against him. .
'Thursday night to attend apre*I{'[Officers (JG) Leslie H. Harper testified before the Ayers Committee -I Turbow said. I Among his"other/ offenses
camp mesa school for cooks. They -and John C. Stephens! and Sgt. of the House aa to his Allied Homes Inc. ,
To Be had served
Different time for
will breakfast for the unit Connie M. 'Clark ; a
prepare ,j administrative suggestions for enabling the GI I negotiating for many I of the Selective Service
which v.i11arrhe, in camp Monday 1 assistant program to continue. Mr. Tur- an effort to begin '
morning.. |t .The company is made'up largely bow was loud in his praise of I! on a group of homes in I .
The main body of the company I of Guardsmen who are enployed in Any resemblance tomorrow to I i Congressman Billy Matthews of subdivision in Starke. _

((62 men ,and- five officers' ) will I the National Guard's maintenance the usual Saturday along Call I the 8th District, who helped get !: of these GI applications Bigham Breaks .i -

leave 'by train from Starke at 3'shops at Camp Blanding. Street will be purely' coincidentalIn I I the VA regulation eased so that approved and I' rI L___ I _
p.m. Sund* ,- with U. CoL T, K. fact, it'll be a miracle. the local project could proceed. actually been received on
McClane, .Battalion Commander, commander. "Th'e members of the Reason:, this Saturday is' the I! The House Banking and Currency the time of the. interest the gavel was"consummated by the Rotary Club of

serving as train commander. Supper unit have worked hard this year, 4th of July and most Starke business ,I' Committee last Thursday\ After the higher interest 2-Job PrecedentBill Keystone Heights at a Ladies Night dinner in Keystone Inn last Fri

will be served on the train en- and I believe when the Awards houses' have announced their!|passed a resolution to do' just authorized, the insurance day night Retiring President E. T. Martin (left center) is picturedhere
route, and the personnel will be Boards study all the records of the intention to I I this, Turbow
remain closedthroughout stated, and it is anticipated putting upJhe money, passing the traditional symbol to the new President, Lindsay
furnished Pullman accommoda units in the 124th Infantry, the the day. The that relief snould ing to Bigham of Brooker was
bank I be accept the Walker. Other officers in photo are (seated left) Fremont Tolles
tions. I Starke unit will b" among the top post office the manager of the. Santa Fe
courthouse offices forthcoming to local builders in old rate, making it secretary; (seated right) Leslie Beasley, Club Service chairman.
Five officers of the company are in every department"This and city hall will follow suit..Most t the very near future. I to renegotiate the Co. at a special meet
I held Standing ((1 to r) C. J. Bastedo, Community Service chairman: Frank
Tuesday, June 30 at the
-traveling to camp by private automobile U about the fourth year drug" stores, filling: stations, and I : This serious crisis is not a local the prospective. GI ,
at j office in Melrose. He Scott, treasurer; and Watson Hardenberg, Vocational Service Chair-
to the that
no expense gov the company has carried its restaurants will remain open.
ernment. I entire succeed D. B. White, who re man. Featured speaker at the dinner was Odis Hinnant, secretary of
membership to One
camp. least one grocery the new
Three members of the unit are year a member of the unit had his Suwannee Store will be openqil Farmers Must Become the Jacksonville YMCA and director of Camp Immokalee. Miss Linda

attending Army Service Schools I I'appendix removed the day the day Saturday. Manager Cecil Bigham will also retain the Walker, daughter of the new president, sang several popular numbers,

and will be counted as constructively company arrived at camp and was Douglas said that this was of the, company, which one of which was dedicated to her father. '
present for field training pur.' released from the hospital tie day policy in effect throughout this a : If They Hope To Get Gas Tax has held for some time. The

poses. They are Lt Randal F.'I.before the outfit left for home. chain. and he had to follow in making him manager while
Cfcittr. Sgt. Joe Warren, and Pfc., Each unit has one or more doctors structions. 'I serving as president is unpre-
Joe RTomlinsoruThe :. with it, and close medical attention Public swimming resorts in this I Farmers and commercial fishermen -.; month of the succeeding and required special ap Sunday Afternoon Band Concerts
company expects to win" is offered at all times. : who expect to take advantage -i well as information in Washington and also a I
area will doubtless
be I
the ernclencf-in- iJl.ing trophy or'I) While at. camp mail should be 1 filled to'I of the new gasoline tax re- the make, model, motor act by the board of direc- ,

be a close' contender for this honor L addressed to members of the company overflowing special event as is planned usual ,. Only as far one as!''I'I I fund law as soon as it becomes ef- horse power, hourly of the cooperative. Scheduled At.Salvation Army Camp

and we .surely plan to walk off''I as follows: Hq &: Hq Co.. 2d could be learned. This is the an'ifective,. must file applications for sumption and gallons to The. Santa Fe Company was
with 'th. attendance trophy" saysCa'pt i Bn 124th Inf 48th Inf. Div (Fla nual picnic for 01| refund permits with the state by per machine. for the purpose of bring-
Hugh B. Ingram Jr., unit t:: Part), McClellan_ Ala. employees July 21, Comptroller C. M. Gay If approved, the telephone service to rural Musical programs, to which thoublic .rganizatlon's Youth Secretary for
Humphreys Gold which will I I
Corp. I
be held at Kingsley and Wittemore:, announced this week. 1 mall the applicant a Uities in a 2,500-square() is Invited win" be presentedat Florida, East Georgia, and South
AttendRites Refunds will not be allowed on! gether with" a book of area around Melrose': the Salvation Army Camp or arolina.
I Pepper Deal Here Lakes.Intermediates I I gasoline purchases made before i''ly numbered blank Bigham stated that he will do Bedford Lake on Route 100 between A nine-day Musicamp started

large group 'of Masons from August 5, the date the law becomes purchase invoices. he can to expedite half a Starke and Keystone with supper Wednesday with an
Starke attended Roy Lord Night Win' effective, but applications,!j In order to benefit by dollars worth of new con Heights, this Sunday at 3 to 7:30 attendance of 160, under the direction -
Jacksonville last Friday, honorIng Brings $74,094An for a permit nust be filed with:'[fund of four of the this p.m. of Brigadier Gordon Mac-
the.Junior Grand Warden of First Game 87The .1 I the comptroller at least 15 days .I gasoline tax, purchases year. Featured musicians will" be Gillivray, Divisional Secretary and
the Grand of Florida. The t
Lodge before the purchase is eligible for i!I for less than 25 gallons members of the Salvation Army Music Director for the Tri-State
ceremony was held In the Scottish end to the pepper deal on a refund Refunds will be made, time and no claim Rites Saturday instructors band. and also Chief Division.
Starke i
Those Intermediates, com-
lUte auditorium. attending the Starke Farmers Market came, I I every six months, so farmers and!)less than $5 in any Musician Harold T. Brasch Many Interested persons in this
Gene Geo. j posed of boys' 13, 14, and 15
here Long years
from were this week with only 1.828 bushel'old. fishermen won't actually get their:period. That means an For Mrs. L. J. Wynn! Euphonium soloist of the U. S. area as well as from Jacksonville
won 8-7 over baseball
T. R. Connell, J, L.Gentry a boys
Kbpeloasos ubs shipped during the past tax 'money back until January 1,: must use at least 125 Navy Band in Washington D., C. will be on hand for the final pro
,Joe Sbtrunk C. A. Futch team sponsored by the Gainesville
Robert Green. Jack. McOomb, Ben se\-en-day period. At an average Kiwanis Club. The game was 1954. be eligible for the Mrs. Lulu J, Wynn, 67fc died Mrs Harold Conlin of Jacksonville gram Thursday night. July 9, at
'if. $1.75 tub. 'returns to will! provide the piano accompaniment 7:30 o'clock. A musical program,
Rowland, and Tom Darius pf per growers played at Harris: Field In, Gaines- :Meanwhile, they must keep detailed -i. bate.Refund. morning her home on
Waldo. I were 93.199.00 for the week. ville Wednesday afternoon. books on their purchases and fuel cannot be Lake after an extended I for Mr., Brasch. win include marches and selections
During the- same period the fill out lengthy forms furnished: from independent bulk A ten-dayc Youth. Camp came to from five or six bands in camp.
f St4jke market handled 618 hamprs -: Vernon Forsythe pitched four by'the comptroller. ordinary stations. a close for some 130 children. Vocal and Instrumental numbers
I filling Funeral services will be held L
I of an of Innings for Starke, with Marvin i together with, their counselors, at will, also be included.
egg planfat average be obtained
Brown I Indeed, the new law seems to from a afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
Pleased 1.50 taking over for the fifthand breakfast and Mrs. Frank
for a return of $927; and tributor a Wednesday morning Sgt. Major
be or his agent. the DeWitt C. Jones
final. Dick so wrapped up in red tape Chapel,,
90 hampers of peas at $1.75, bring-j I Akridge caughtI :fuel at the Bedford Lake site. An interesting Longino, Southern Territorial
I 6 the I it is likely that many farmers will purchase Invoice Rev. Fred Dodd bfficiating.
July Intermediates will
ing $15750. The weeks, movement : schedule of activitieshas I Music Directors from Atlanta are

In placing a classified ad lathe Jacksonville pass up the opportunity for a,, the purchaser and the win be In Santa Fe
play a boys team I
of all vegetables totaled ; been followed under the direction taking:.an important part in tilLsyear's
Trkfraph this week C W. there. On 8 Bald- I small refund rather than be accompany each under the direction of
July they play
2.536 packages for a total return of Major Guy Hepler. the Musicamp.Matthews .
!| Each claim must
bothered with the troublesome C. Jones.
Jeaklns of Johnsoa (Putnam of $4,288.50.This win here at 8 p.m., and on July carry
Gaunty saidI liked, your I'j 14 take on Gainesville here, same record keeping. i iI i ted, explanation, including Active pallbearers be Mar
ervk! of last jear. Result season the Starke market time. A return game is scheduled] The first form is one for a per- 'chaser's' total Inventory, I Matchett, Avery Dennison Suwannee Store NamedTo
r... the s4'were' exrelteat. handled 18,302 tubs of pepper at ;!,with Baldwin there on July 15. 1 I mit entitling the applicant to buy ''used by months on Watterson, Archie Eiland, State CouncilOf
oU all orangesand could an average of $4.05 for a return! fund is due, amount of : Family ManagedThe
my li The refund 'as. These blanks may be.. D. Reddish, and C. L. May.
Intermediate team
being *
have sold to growers of J74.094.65.) j j !obtained in ed for the refund, and Apprenticeship
u1ire.w from the
n coached by P. T. Nolin as a part| comptroller Mrs. Wynn was born on Jan.
A classified! ad la
can da f AT you the sam Dpe'ere_ sold ,at the marketI I for s hool students. Uniforms Agent's office in the Agriculture I of the late W. K. ,and rated in the former Darby build. The Telegraph was appointed byGovernor
diet for Mr. Jenkins findcustomer here, for an average of $ I Building, Starke. County Agent, Gasoline used in .
job U and equipment are supplied by the; Ivey Williamson. She in? on West Call St, opened Dan McCarty Monday ai
a for what you want briar growers $3.626.76. American Legion with the coop- G. T. Huggins said yesterday that and trucks, sport and to Florida in 1903 and was Thursday a..; a truly family- one of the eight members of the.
t 0 sell. At a minimum CUbt of eration of Starke merchants. I so far his office has not receivedany i,fishing craft is not to Lacy J. Wynn on operated business. newly reorganized. Florida Apprenticeship -
can reach a BIO VATEHMELOXMost applications for permits. He refund, and the f
45o jou potential '1 I: 15 1905. She was a mem- Cecil Douglas is manager; CounciL
audience of more thu iooreaders Mid that many farmers do not sign an oath that no of the Church. I
watermelons were cut in'Being Torn Down : Baptist daughter. Frances cashier; son,I The Council. a division of the
I fully understand the law and he refund gallonage was
I Wayne butcher.; another daugh i State Industrial Commission, sets
size this year due to the dry.
hopes to have an official come public roads, streets or
Take' *a Inventory this of your weather, but the drought doesn't f i Work has 'begun on tearing I here and explain it in detail at an The law requires ;I RotarianBill ter. Claire, in charge of produce; '!;standards for Florida apprentice- i
ftttte or storeroom summer. seem to have affected .one' down the skeleton of the old Brad- early date. and fuel sellers to keep and Mrs. Douglas, manager of snip programs. The new mem-
Let the Telegraph help you brought to the Telegraph office I ford Plastics: building on North I : Haas, supervisor of the I bers will hold their first meeting I
plete record of purchases dry goods.Mr. 1'
aeU those s.rtlelesyou no longer this week by Ess'.e! Wilson whoSrewlt I. Temple Avenue which burned I The first application must be I after the :I II Soil Conservation Dis 'in Tallahassee on July 8. I
year announced that
aeed .! tbat are cluttering up on the Newsome place, June ?0 of last year in one of the accompanied by a $2 fee and must t I : waS introduced as a new Douglas | Matthews named as man- t
records must be made
valuable storage spare. near the Farmers Market It was I most spectacular Greg ever seen I show the estimated amoi&t of fuel I I at the Wednesday lunch- the new store win have delivery agement representative for the {
'1M inches,1ong. in Starke. the applicant expects to use each (Continued onjage meeting of Pie Rotary Club. service. printing tradaa. <
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YYTTVYVVVVYVVYYYYVVYyyyy 1 neighbors to us several years ago. yyyyyyyyyyvyyyyvvyyvvYyy i visitor in Jacksonville Friday. operation. We wish him weJl
; BRADFORD E. They "were looking for pears Friday I The Leonard. Normans spent Zettie Padgett returned home
LONG BRANCh we sold them some fruit jars Saturday at Doctors Inlet
EDITOR HIGHLAND Friday after spending a week in
COUNTY. and promised aU of the pears we
The beautiful
new home being
. have, our crop of pears is very I Baldwin with her children, Via
by Irs. I. L StricklandIVWWAUWAAAAAAAAA built here is the Homer Smiths.
TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER short this year. We have about By 3m" Lacy Norman Edwin Kaights.
We are proud to have them in
1500 or more glass jars here, our community. Carson Griffis and ni'hew Les-
had them aU full at onetime &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
lieere business
visitors in
First I think I should tell Vacation Bible School starts
you but it isn't necessary for us Miss Louvenia is Gainesville
andentered second class matter at the Post Officeat Starke, Florida, under Starling spend- July 13. Don't forget the date Monday
Published every Friday as we got our piano tuned and I to fill many of them now. even -
ing two weeks with her uncle and'aunt
the Aet of March S, 1879. mean it ,is tuned now. The best ,if we had the produce to fill them.so Bring the children. DON"T,SAY fountain pen-S.\Y
we are selling them very cheap the Jasper Ogilvies in Jack- Ellen Norman spent :Monday ESTERBROOK. A point for 'every
job we have had done on it 't.
MEMBER'FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION y to get them out of our way sonville.E. with her brother-in-1a.w, W. E.I purpose. r..n complete at BRA)),
The tuners did the best they could business Dinkins underwent serious FORD COIIA'TY .
Co Harvey was a who a TELEGRAPH.Stores
Fred Lands
have .
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I A Republic, Madam --II You Can Keep It!' the instrument wag in ot.her- nice sweet potato ,patch planted

wise. Now that we have it bolted and we are hoping they raise a

As Benjamin Franklin left Independence Hall in 1776, a woman bystander somewhat back together it will hold unless nice crop of potatoes. We also Closed all Day Saturday July 4thLOVEIflLL

timidly asked Mr.: Franklin, what kind of government have you given us?" the whole thing flies apart. We have a nice patch, 50 has Bud ,
"A madam, if it." don't know now that it ever sounded -
Republic keep
The great man answered gravely -... you can like a bunch of youngsters Wilkinson: We still have plenty ""...''''..- "'.
Our Fourth of July, with banging on' everything but a mu- of beautiful vines. Seems everyone ; .fIIIIIIlIIIIIIIfJIr

its parades, brass bands, sical instrument-at lean the wanted vines until we had p

bunting, orations, fireworks, sound doesn't betray any traces
wants them,
them now no one or
auto races, and picnics is a ot a noise like that now Mr. Kress '
at least ,they 'do not come after
symbol. It celebrates the sure did a nice piece of work for
wresting of power from a us and we are very thankful for them. We have some Nancy Hall

privileged few and investing y 'sn >'L h it. vines as well as' Porto Rico vines

it in' "We, the people ." "' /ft Henry Griffis and }Ir. Geiger that are as nice as can be found

The presentation us of a came by here hunting Brooksie anywhere, we believe. 'Ve are

priceless heritage a Re- Mosley Sunday. It seems they eating new potatoes right along

public if we can keep it :, t.r%!R4ry y. were lost! That Is what Mr. Geiger too. Maybe the reason folks aren't i
; said, he thought he was lost!
In painting this dependence getting the vines is that they
It was the first time either one I ; II//I/I//I-
in Hometovm <, ; ; :<
Day scene ; < .4 CY bad been in this part of the think potatoes taste better when
U. S. A., the artist has found ;, country since thi new road had they pay 20c a pound for them.It Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Fd4u1;3
echo of Franklin's warning i 'JhW.+' b": : '+ I is easier to them than it
!"n f Y$ ? r 4'v 4L .R4.. to the anonymous woman in a n :. c ;q ,: just where to turn off of is to raise them. Well, we prefer
quotation from the poet \ViIl ,y the main road to go to Brooksie's.Mr. to raise ours, so that is what ware 152 Call Street

Cullen Bryant: w ...a b:' Ok.a r 4r br t,acrd,O Frchiom .,,. Strickland was the informant doing. _
un f % a o Nar r do.e dq Isb in dumber, I .
"Oh not lay by thy again, and we hope they found the 3larke Florida
wA.;- ;r Fat dWrc enemy ne.a dap 4 ; >i .L ,
sword, 0 Freedom! Nor yet rF ",":: Aaddnu nu"nxb en dcanbx ones they were locking for. Henry
said he had been in these
close thy lids in slumber, for 'b r ivd a.Curteeeryael is number
.rya"L: 'fNw any of times in years
thine enemy never sleeps, and gone by, trading !torses. But the I, GOOD RICH
For That 4th of July Picnic!
thou ,must, .watch and combat y' country looks different now to

,.' l r3 what it did then. Well these men TOP SOILSee
x. .
r ; Bottle
The historic scene of Magna' ,. can be excused for getting lost

Carta the signal light on ')F'9M sgwa4 N.., when a man, one who does not Coca-Colas 19cDONALD

old North Church Tower, the drink intoxicants. can get lost in
embattled "rebels" fof a greatne'Y shout halt a mile of his own home, BILL JACKSON (Plus Deposit)
he on the road, but the road at I
nation, aU symbolize the DUCK
this time is back of the school Jackson Transfer Company
hard-won victories, and the ,
house, it was in front cf the school
priceless freedom, which Phone 165AIIEM1ON
house,. Just after the road was
Independence Day 1953 ;.... .
on -
c graded this neighbor got lost near Q Qt39c
are given every Hometown i in the school house, went on toward : -Mayonnaise
the land not done to I
cele-- the railroad when he should have

brate. but to protect. w1 turned right. Well we have all
had a good laugh &t him anyway. VAN CAMP
And'list as if we needed'h hr e paickiai uersUricaUgUi.e./ CiRee s".. :. C..ra. perhaps I had better not give his
.reminder on this 177th anniversary name. I am not ready to leave If You Have

of that the sleeps, and thou must watch and com- Florida yet! '
our Independence never I
enemy, indeed, never sleeps we received bat". A letter from my son and daugh- Pk & Beans Not

one this week in a plain white envelope, To dignify the. Communist tract by re- ter-in"la, Dottie Fields, tells me TIMBER TO SELL

bearing a Miami Beach, Fla, postmark, but plying to it would perhaps be sheerest folly. she arrived safely in France and
likes it fine. I would Large or Small Tracts
(naturally) no return address that would The temptation is great.however. One would Says laugh
myself suck to see. some of their
disclose the identity of the sender. like to ask its authors, for instance, why furniture in their apartment. The JVe Buy All Delicious Orange Drink ARGO CaliL Hershey Factory Pack"HIC"

The document to which we refer was a they waste their time feeling sorry for Ug: dishes and all are antique. She

four-page tabloid size tract rather grandiosely in the South where almost every home (in- wasn't seasick but one Ilay. Says PAY TOP PRICES

entitled "The 'Southern People's Common cluding many of the Negro ''homes about she wishes I were there to see the PEACHES SUGAR J

Program for Democracy Progress, Peace" which they are so concerned) has an automobile country with her. Well, so do L ,

and bearing the high-soundingsub-title: a television set, almost every known Blanche Johnson from Lawtey Write or Call ..... .
'electrical. and if farm and Gladys Harrington of Starke
appliance. 'a per-
ffTen united
points to' rally around for were out in this neck of the woods
struggle for real democracy in government haps' a tractor and other their labor time saving devices. selling 'insurance 'Iast week. This B. T. THOMAS 46-0 23C No 2 25C'j Lb Bag39C
'Why don't.they spend cooking up
., for equality in rights.and privileges for 1las their first trip in these parts.

all : for neighborly relations in a world a ten or even a twenty point program for We wonder what they think of LUMBER CO. ... .., '
their'homeland where the luxury of an autQ-
at peace"Well our part of the coun ry. Haven'tany
,mobile i is practically unknown, and the work idea knew there. PHONE 211JP.
they was Swift's' Premium 4 10 616 Sizl. Smoked
there is to
surely nothing quarrel
done here by tractors is done there by the such a place as this wilderness O. Box 735
with or become alarmed over with such a labor of enslaved political prisoners? this dose to them. STARKE, FLA. ,

laudable program as that you ,readers must Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mays from )
As a crowning piece of stupidity the C'Com-
be thinking by now. And right are -
you near Lawtey called on us for a 39)Lb
that is. until .you read on into the finer. mon Togram" concludes with the statement while Friday evening, They were
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print and discover that this "Common, Pro- that: ."In pledging ,all-out support of this ,

gt-am" for.the Southern people: haS just been Common Program, in unreservedly working ,j.II
made nubile by the SOUTHERN REGIONAL untiringly and selflessly for its realization,
the Communist do not to any degree renounce Gr. "A" Fla. or Ga. Dressed & Drawn Whole
their fundamental criticism of the capitalist om ey re ..by
system and their teachings concerning the --
a smugly self-admiring introductory 'historic neCessity for the socialist reorganization : .. C FRYERS
the document ffNot since
paragraph says: of society." RYERS 4
'the late President Franklin Delano Roose- Lb

velt's Committee on the South released its poor In, other oppressed words Southerners, if they had would their way be de-we Bad Ca se of the "Ztutters"- %, Lh. 49c

document the of Cone third of
on plight a _
prived of our present system of government

I nation', has so thoroughgoing a study of and would all enjoy the car-less, TV-less. Our is out side. So he dug eopies. That machine just !
the South and its people been attempted. Swift's Premium Cooled.
tractor-less, appliance-less Utopia that is editor (me) is taking over some didn't know when to stop.
There is difference however the to Eat. FRUITED
a : report ofRoosevelt's Aea3p
committee to the Russia today. "Nuts! may be ungrammatical of his chores-which include ran From where I sit, people are OLEO "j"j5to81b
pointed grave but it is the only word that adequately ning the addressing machine I like that sometimes. The, often BUTTER
and tragic distress of this area and let it
expresses our feelings. How stupid can you -mailing-out night" don't know when to stop. Like
go at that; the document of the Communist
get? Last week I didn't have the those who are prejudiced against
Party offers the Southern people's program Incidentally, we note that the address of usual number of papers left over someone with &Ii accent, perhaps

for eliminating their distress -,a common the "Southern Regional Committee" of the for sale at the office.Couldn't fig ...or against someone who likes 49L't2 37c Lb 19c ,

program" for democracy, progress, and Communist Party is 268 Seventh Ave.. New ure ,what had happened-until l a cOol bottle of beer with his 11IP. Size "Ib Patties

peace. York I, N. Y., which is about as far South Chub Zimmer called to ask why per. S0. in these columna I try to Lb

Then follows several lengthy paragraphs as any of its members have ever been, we \ he'd gotten 56 copies. persuade everyone to "throw the
devoted to the traditional line of the propa- suspect Theft I realized"Zimmer' is I Iwitch" 011 prejudice 80 it woo' 1

gandist and the demogogue.seeking to ac- t S t the last name the machine prints get repeated. -..;,J -- 1 :1 1 11 i

complish an ulterior purpose by making a "Mr. Franklin, what kind of Guess I forgot to turn it off.,. z

minority feel sorry for itself that it is government have you given us?" and it just kept grinding 'ouChub's t -, tt Ct yourBigNol'dnyin9!
victim of After name on all the remain 4 c9e Bus'
oppressed a tyranny. "A Republic, madam, if you can CveIrydodyLikesNsN01000S PlentEyU !
that comes the so-called ten point program keep it,"

for "saving" the South, most of which seems e Copyright,1953, Uued_States BrcJ&CfI FoandatioLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAI"_ Ottly ,

concerned 'primarily with forcing equality "Oh, not yet lay by thy sword, "'" WIENERS'f0Y

of the races, socially and otherwise. o Freedom! Nor yet close thy lids i

The sheer effrontery of the Communist in slumber, for thine enemy never

Party in setting i itself up as a saviour of the sleeps and thou must watch and ONE DOZEN DIE OARIINGNIENERUNSJ

South transcends the imagination. It is so combat."

ridiculous that we would 'have long since t S e

consigned the document to the waste paper That is the watchword on this Independence r

basket if its arrival this week had not so Day 1953 just as it was on that great

aptly illustrated the theme "thine enemy day in 1776. r I Itet

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yyyyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy '1asket lunch at the noon hour. Joe Lazenby Is leaving 'soon on PI\
!!I s.ramG s r
I Hermie Kelly of Lawtey was .a South American cruise. He is F R E E

NEW RIVER day visiting evening.in our His community mother Tues-Mrs. stationed. JacksonvUle.at the Naval Air Station Z' CI ,11 STRAWBERRIES 4 Pkcs. 9Sc

Maggie Kelly returned with him Jon Lazenby is 'stationed in '.
MaxIne Andrews for a few days visit Biloxi Miss. in the Air Force. I I"It'S HIGH Frozen S

.&&&&,&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& ,, ter-in-Iaw Mrs.Jessie were Andrews visiting and daugh-friends,I,,Both home boys recently and for their a week.wives were Lr; .AIGAI" R I ICE CHICKENS

New Giver Baptist Homecoming and relatives in Jacksonville Wed-
Joe and Carrie
Dowling were
The 120th homecoming of the nesday. I JUICE CREAM
recently visiting his mother, Mrs. tEaCh; Each!
New River Baptist churchill Mrs. Jessie, Lee Lazenby was a;:Rhoda Dowling. They were on : :
be held on July 19 with aU members recent visitor in Port Orange. She their way to Cocoa where they will $ z9

former pastors and friends I is attending the U of F this summer make their home. 99c rGai 69c 99c

of the church and community urged and plans to teach in Port I I Frank Bryan of Jacksonvine. 4' "+
attend. the most adorable -
I School thi9year' Mr. and
Orange Elementary .Irs. Raymond Brown of
Sunday school under the '. 2t., dress in I I .
leader-I beginning Aug. : Worthington Springs and )(r. and town .

ship of R. R. Andrews startthe People in our community are: Mrs. E. D. Jones of Sampson were didn't haTe enough' Fresh Ripe+Calif.I .
servicefor. the day at 10 a. m.! : ,
busy gathering ,tobacco, okra and .visiting the Reddish Andrews famDy -
At 11 o'clock the morning won! a few: peas. The roce rains are Sunday p. m. cash with me, so I wrote a check. A checkboc I
ship hour with Rev. Truby Parrish .- very much appreciated.Mr. I is handy for bargains and emergencies" I
delivering the homecoming ,
pastor and Mrs. Reddish Andrews HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS Each 25cFre

sermon. spent last weekend with ,her The following patients were ad- WE'U WElCOr YOUR: ACCOUNT E an a oupes
At the noon hour a basket lunch mother ),(rs. DellA Thomas and mitted to Doctors Clinic Hospital I
will be,served at the picnic tables. brothers t family, Mr. and Mrs. during the past week: Mrs. W. O.
There will be singing in the af- Lucian Thomas and children of Collins Jr. Billy Collins ThurmanP. (

ternoon and everyone is looking Ft. Myers. Mra. 'Ihornases health Jones, .J.fi10" Smith Charlie [
forward to a real day of fellow is much, bnpravedr She plans to \V1lliams. all ,of Starke-- Bonnie
ship. stay there a few more weeks. Nuworth and J.trs. Lila Dyal,

Cemetery Worldnr Mrs. H. B. Schofield has as Hampton; ),{rs. T. W. Tattum, Nl p
There will be a cemetery working her housegUest for'a"few months Lawtey,1atrs. L. V. Daniels New Member Florida National Group Avocados 2'for 2 5c I

at New River Baptist Church her tister-in-hw, ').{rs. Lucille Smyrna Beach: Mrs- Ida Mae J

July 9. Everyone is urged to come I Schofield of Miami. Langford Ma=vi le; 1trs. Irene

and help clean the cemetery and i Mr and 1Irs. lL F. Wiggins Perrin. Palatka;, Yrs. M. S. Be-

church gTOundt. There will be a spent Sunday at Silver Spf no"'S. .wine, Waldwood. mmn "


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.......Y.YYYYYYYYYYYYYY Castle & Crosby Wedding ..TTTTTYTTTTYT.TTY T.YY Monday of this week. Mrs. Griner ''Moulin Rouge' Stars .. rTTTTTTTTTLAWTEY by her many friends. She has been Pisgah Methodist Church. Nine
Miss Florence Castle and Lavon came here from Lake Butler living up town in one of the Grant per cent of the 31 boys In the

I BAYLESS MAY Crosby were quietely married at STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA where she was visiting several Jose Ferrer At % buildings and had a word for troop hove uniforms.

Nahunta, Ga. Saturday night The days with her son Master Sgt. Florida Sunday"Moulin everyone that passed her door. 1 Volley is assisted in the Scout

bride chose for her wedding a navy, Martin Griner who will be leavingthe by L. II. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Franklin Sutten has left work by Harry Young.
Mrs. 0. E. Crosby first of July for duty in the for California The troop meets at the Scout-
dress after
blue nylon white aces- I Rouge", the highly acclaimed I yesterday
! ..u7. t'" sories and a white carnation cor- Mrs. W. E. Feagle spent Mon South Pacific. new Technicolor picture LAThe spending several days here with master's home each Thursday

sage. The groom is the'son of Mr. day at Brooklyn Lake in Keystone The Bryan Whitfields had a opening at the Florida Theatre merchants of Lawtey will his mother. Franklin will leave night, and all colored boys who
,Sorry folks we didn't have any Heights with her brother, C. C. pleasant surprise Monday is California soon for active servicein would like to become Scouts are
and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and gradu- very Sunday for a three-day l'W), an close their places of business on
I last week. I didn't have time Edwards and family who are vacationing invited .
to attend.CHARLEY
news when Mr and Mrs. Milo Seigler
authentic film of the Japan.
to ated from B. H. S. in 1951. The adaptation Saturday, July 4. They are ask- I
to write any butt will try not young couple is residing at the there Mrs. Feagle's and children, Mike and Susan of .life story of Henri de Toulouse- ing their customers to trade to- The George Roberts moved to''

let It,, happen again. Thomas apartments on' Cherry St.Ii mother, Mrs. C. F; Edwards'and Valpariso and a friend and guest, Lautrec, the scion of French nobility day. The local post office will be Kingsley Lake this week and will

I, Church* New churchat They are both employed at Big brother, Robert B. Edwards of Mrs. Walter Morris of New Port who spurned his high-born closed on the Fourth also. :Mail I spend the month of July there.
A large crowd Hiwaj Sunday, morn- Dad Mfg. Co. We all wish them I Jacksonville, also spent the day Richie came for a week's visit. heritage for life among the night will be dispatched but the windows -. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Crosby of
'Bayless with children.
much happiness and, success. the Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace's son, spots of Paris in the Naughty will be closed. Brooker were business visitors in
ing.Sunday night we were favored I of the E. J. Yar-
Sunday guests
Personal Items Calvin had his cousin, :Monty Nineties. Marvin Rosier was the success- Lawtey last Tuesday.
from ,
with a' wonderful message were their daugh- ,
brough family Llewellyn of San Francisco, Calif. ful applicant for the Rural Route
Miss Florence Jose Ferrer gives a memorable
foreign Mrs. William Crosby i
Dr. Ota G. Walters, a Mrs. William Edward
spending last week with him and portrayal of Lautrec, the roman- from Lawtey. He began his dutieson
:missionary from Mlanhuatlan, Castles and Mrs. J. R. Kelly Yarbrough and two sons, Earl and Negro Scout Troop
this week Calvin and Monty are tic painter whose strangely deformed Monday of this week. Mr.
discussed children in
Oaraca Mexico. Dr. Walters and were shopping of Gainesville.
in Lake Butler visiting other rel- body caused him to seek Rosier is the second regular rural Advancing Fast
the needs of the Mexican Gainesville Friday. and chil
Mrs. O. B.
atives. Monty will spend the en- solace in the gay revelries of carrier for this Route. The late
All who heard her were to hear about the serious Sue 1
people. Sorry dren. Peggy Lee and Becky
I tire summer with relatives here. Moulin Rouge (the Red Mill) no- W. C. Wooten was the< first ap .scoutmaster Aaron Holly reports -
greatlyinspired with her wonderful illness of Aunt Omage Rosier and husband to
moved with Tommie
of the pointee. James Rosier the substi- that the negro' Boy Scout
was Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox. spent torious gathering place
An offering 'af
thoughts. Uncle John Kelly Johnstown.
Greenville, S. C. Thursday of last
Thursday through Sunday with Parisian underworld. Zsa Zsa Ga- tute carrier has been carrying the Troop is making rapid advance-
her to aid in her Uncle John was a little better but
given and children
week. Mrs. Thompson beautiful but mail since the death of Mr, Wooten. ment with more than 50 cent
Walters Is their son, Gerald Cox and familyof bor is seen as the per
mission in Mexico. Dr. Aunt is sick. I
very have spent the past several weeks
Monroe, Ga. They attended a fickle Jane Avril, while the role of the members now Second Class .ti
enjoying, her vacation with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Clark Bolten-and
with parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. ,
Mrs. Lou Cruce who has been Scouts.
She has been in series of parties and dinners in of the beautiful model, :Marie
Melrose of
Montgomery. Ala. were
Rosier while husband, Tommie,
Mexico for 19 years, and does not visiting Mrs. Bolten's father :and in the of being trans. honor of their granddaughterand Charlet', is played by Colette Mar- living in Lawtey for several Recently the Troop has taken E. JOHNS & SON
was process the chand the famous French ballet months moved to Heilbronn last part on at Pleasant
people husband-to-be and also programs
'have any other American mother the J. J. Downeys, last ferred and reassigned. about this questionWe
in dancer. Monday. Aunt Lou will be missed Grove Methodist Church
wedding which was beautiful and Mt
She week. We indeed glad to
with her. is among were Mr. and Mrs. J.. M. Bradley returned -
speaking people all the time and have' them at church Sunday, but home Monday after a every detail. The major portion of "Moulin carefully cleaned the

,it is rather difficult to remember very sorry Mr. Dowrey was unableto week's vacation in Jacksonvilleand Miss.Martha Long, daughter of Rouge" was filmed in Paris, in house and waxed the floors

the English 'language because she attend. He is feeling a lots bet. Monroe, Ga. spent visiting Mr. and Mrs. E.. C. Long is enjoying many of the shadowy boulevardsand WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE when relatives were comingto

seldom has an occasion, to use it. ter now. relatives and friends. While in a short vacation at Kings- bistros actually frequentedby visit. Aunt Millie slippedon

Rev. Gwinn '..ttended'the Ordi- Mr. and Mrs. Tiny Shaw and Monroe they attended the weddingof ley lake this week., Lautrec and made famous in a throw rug and down she
nation Services of Jimmy Jenkinsat Mr. and Mrs. Dell Jernigan of The residents of the State Farm his paintings.The .
their granddaughter> Patsy went, fracturing her hip.
Waldo Baptist Church Gainesville visited Mrs. Betty Kir- 1I1
of the
the first performance !!
Cox to Gene Stahlkuppe. lost a great neighbor and friend Will our Personal Liability
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.Dont by Sunday afternoon. then wicked Can-
Mrs. Emma Rivers, mother of .
at last week the retiring of Capt.P. policy 'pay her Medical and
choir practice Hear by grapevine that Louise by
forget Mou-
:Mrs. P. S. Crews, spent the week- Can dance took place at the
Bayless Hiway every Thursday Crosby Is enjoying a nice vaca- end in LaCrosse with the D. L. D. Fancher. Capt. Fancher, lin Rouge and the scene is colorfully o Hospital expenses, and compensate -
evening at'8. Everyone is invitedto tion with her sister, Lilly Massey, Shaws. has been here at the 'Farm for reenacted in the presentfilm. RADIOAND her for the pain and

attend. In Miami. A troupe of Parisian dancers inconvenience. of the whole
Patricia Willard is spendingsever many many years and was a great
The Baptist AssociationalBrotherhood The last we heard was that recreate the famous dance in the Ya. affair?
\ J
il in Jacksonville visi- friend and leader those
1 of the New River :,Vernon Crosby was able, to be' days among smoke-filled atmosphere of the _
I Association wfll meet with the,;brought home Sunday from St! ting her cousins, the W. F. At- who knew him. On retiring Capt celebrated cabaret. ir TELEVISIONSales

Lawtey Baptist Church Friday I Luke's hospital. Talked with his WOOds. and Mrs. Fancher'moved to Starke Charley E. Johiis&SonAgellcy
Miss Peggy Caldwell and Sgt. In order to capture the spiritof
night, at 3 o'clock. All men from dad Monday 'and he told me Ver, where they will make their home. 4
the various churches ate urged to non was doing fine, we, are all R. G. White spent Saturday in We will still be looking forwardto Lautrec's paintings, a com- x ,

attend., I very glad. Also hear that Mrs. St. Augustine with Miss Sue their visits here with us. We pletely new color technique was
and Service
Mrs' Bob Gwinn will be hostessat Henry cone is better too. .Biggs and other friends. would like to wish them continued used throughout the film. It features ,

her home on North Walnut ,St. IJttle.Sht>,rry Crosby is staving I Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn health and happiness and know the smoky, delicate, pastel '" II III IIII 4 Phone 13 Starke Fla.AAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAL.
Monday night" July 6, at' a nur- In"Lake Butler tbls-week' with herunele I entertained Mrs. June Edwardsand the residents of Stark are happyto shading for which the little painter 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida ,

sery shower' for the purpose of and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lee her visitor, Miss :Mary Coleof receive them. was renowned. .
providing'some nursery equipment', BraUer. I hear that she is havinglots I Santa Paula and Frances Caldwell .

for Bayless Hiway ,church. Every', of fun.Seems with a trip to Silver Springsand .
one is invited to come and bring as though everyone hag other points of interest in

any kind of nursery equipment more tobacco than Carter had Central part of'Fla. on Sunday. l1c/E$2l\ 1
i (
whether old or new, It. will be oats. All the farmers are running Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Rucker of

appreciated. 'around trying to buy, rent, beg, La Jolla Calif are proud parentsof ,
Shower for Bride Elect borrow :or obtain space 'to cure 'a 8 1-2 pound son born Fri

Mrs Ji, R. Kelly. Mrs. ,H. B. their tobacco. If any one has any day of last week. Mrs. Rucker : ; \.

Kelly and Mrs. O. E.. Crosby were extra" room I know Floyd, Williamor will be remembered as. Miss Caro- !

hostessess recently at a lovely Lester Crosby could,'certainly lyn Bradley, daughter of Mr. and "

shower honoring Miss Wanda find a use for it. They are havingan Mrs. J. M. Bradley. ,

Cresby, The living room was decorated awful time trying to keep up Mrs. M. E. Griner, Sr. of Orlan- -,
with summer flowers. The i with their tobacco.We do was visiting friends here 'on .. \, /
bride's table was covered with an were surprised to hear abou I
Irish linen cloth, and many lovely Carolyn Hutcheson's wedding. parents, the. J. L. Johns. of New

gifts were on display in the din- Still don't have much information, River Sunday. The 'occasl Ii? was "J1
: ing room. Refreshments of punch but We do want to extend our his granddad's birthday. We all -I' .. ,' .
and cake were served by the hostesses best wishes to her wherever she wish him many more. '
assisted by Miss Bonnie and hubby Kenneth are located. Thought for the week Your :
Clark and Pansy ,Crosby. The Mr. and Mrs. Claude Woods of attitude is reflected in every- 4r '
Jacksonville spent Saturday with thing you do. It determines hON

I covered Mr. Wood's brother-in-law and you face life. Put your trust in .

tern ,of ,china by the hostesses. sister, the H. B. Kellys. Jesus and he will give ,you

About 75. attended this affair. I Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Crosby strength.YOU : '

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: Miss Bennett And Rep. Doyle Conner Exchange Vows tt'Cttstrtnsns -ss--rs j-. j-rSrrtsss I'. Miss Lou Edwards Weds 'William Roy R6yster, Jr. I

'In Marianna Church Ceremony Sunday Afternoon' In Ortega Methodist Church On Tuesday, June 16thMiss I

-!r shattered carnations. She carried I I carnations and tube roses. Her Lou Edwards, daughterof -
A beautiful and impressive I I
of Sunday afternoon -j! ua old fashioned bouquet e-f yellow I:only accessories were a single Mrs. Wm. H. Edwards of Jacksonville -

ceremony June 28, was that of Miss'orchids, fusKia throated orchids I I strand of seed pearls, and. matching formerly of Lawtey)and

.- JoUnnie Bennett, daughter of Mrs. and shattered carnations with tear drop earrings. -- the late Mr. Edwards, became the \ -

B. E. Bennett of Marianna and the showers of yellow satin ribbons.I I':L Mrs. B. E. Bennett, chose for Gladys Mooty bride of William Roy Royster J r.. < I

late Mr. Bennett, and Doyle E. The bridesmaids' dresses were designed -. her daughter's. wedding a Navy i' Phone 35flJts son of.Mr. and Mrs. William R.

-; identical lines' to that blue orIon suit complimented with Royster Sr of Jacksonville in a
Conner son of Mr,.and Mrs. Leon on I "j ,
I She I sssrs= sts en a-s S s-nj-flflflfls
and white accessories.
. Conner of Starke, which took place I of the matron of honor except that Navy candlelight ceremony Wednesday

in the..F1rst.Baptist Church, Mari- their gowns were in baby blue and 'wore a 'corsage of lavender orchids. Becomes Bride I evening, June 16, at 6 o'clock in
., I r[ Mrs. Conner, mother of the : Miss Phyllis Steidley I the Ortega Methodist Church.

I afternoon-groom, wore gown a Navy with blue accordion rayon Of Ernest Phillips In Home Ceremony The Rev. Donald M. McKay, pastorof

the church, performed the
lace pleats with Navy and white
double ring ceremon).
1 accessories. Her corsage was of ,r ; t.
,{.,. : The bride was given in marriageby
lavender orchids. ....." );N> .,?t.'t .. her brother, James M. Edwardsof I
Following the ceremony, a 'reception -a'3.<.:: ...... :'':" .... .". '...
I :' : Atlanta Ga. She had 'as her .'
Was' \ ; I
held the
honoring fi :
'matroifof hOnor her sister-in-law I i-,.
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in the church recreation I : '
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$: !I.'f: Mrs. J. M. Edwards of Atlanta '- \ .
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halL Placed at points of interestin / \ ,
;; { : Li& '
who wore a ballarina length .
the reception room were' bou- ,t ;&:<''.';'1. !.../, <5J'W' :,',,.: of pale, green tulle over taffeta.In gown. i! ...' *'. \" \ t
quets of white gladioli and pompoms "iii .i \
:-'r': l' ,4 her hair Mrs. Edwards wore Vvi
interspersed with greenery. \
e'4'h.: an arrangement of talisman roses
i f The bride's table, overlaid witha .> v.
.H#".", and she carried a cascade bouquetof 1
beautiful cutwork cloth, was .i.i.. i
I Il
4'I talisman roses and yellow car-1
centered with an embossed three- :;ji : nations. I

LJ tiered wedding cake, topped witha ". ,
: :, I >
T4 ( miniature bride and groom. Sur- .:, ., .40'< ,$' + ,, ., The bridesmaids were Mrs.
F 4 j -', .' rounding the cake was plumosusfern '"-,,:: lta\IIIX. ,...N, "' > : y;i':.. 1 W. Thomas of Hendersonville, J'I
,- -. interspersed with pompoms, : .' C., who wore a ballarina length

flanked by two branched candela- .-1p' ,*,' gown of pink tulle over taffeta,

i4 ; bra holding tall burning white ::. "f-i ,; 1 and Miss Nancy Royster of Jack '

tapers. The punch table was over- ..4 : .t 4'f. sonville" who wore a similiar gowno \ '

'rIt laid with an Irish linen table : :: lilac tulle over taffeta. They ___

cloth with the crystal punch bowl m4t"/tJ': .. .>{:."......". wore an arrangement of pink roses ''

t 1 LZL V set in a bed of plumosus fern. .,.. :.. .... .' .. J. in their hair, and carried cascade
# bouquets of pink roses and pink
,- ; Mrs. Frazier Shaw and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Phillips carnations.Ted +, "
Lucian Conner of Starke cut the $% : .

}:- : -. ,- '. .* bride's cake, and keeping the Miss Phyllis Sttidley. daughter print. street length dress, witha Sikes served as best man. -

a; -i : : : -. bride's book was Miss Cozine Ben- of Mrs. Noble O. :Maxwell of red rose corsage. and Rex W. Mixon and Drew F -: I

nett, cousin of the bride. Pour- Starke and Harold H. Steidley\ of Following the wedding cere- Reddish were ushers. __ II I

: __ ing punch were Mrs. Ovid Bennettof High Point, N. C.. became the mony a reception was held at the The bride's ballarina length I

4 Starke and Miss Hilda Saundersof bride of Ernest T. Phillips, son of Maxwell home. The bride's table gown featured a bodice of imported _- -- '' )

.- j :- Middleburg. Greeting the guestsat .!Mr.- and Mrs. E. F. Phillips of was overlaid with a white cutwork I Chantilly lace, with short '

the door was Mrs. T. E. Simmons Starke on Thursday evening, June cloth with a beautifully embossed I sleeves. The full skirt was of -

of Pensacola, sister of the 18, at 7:30: o'clock at the home three-tiered wedding cake topped imported tulle over satin. Her j \

bride, who introduced the gueststo of the bride's mother. Rev. T. G. with wedding bells. The cake I fingertip veil of illusion was Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Royster Jr. [
the receiving line, consisting,I Mitchell performed the double ring was surrounded with white nylon fastened. a heart.shaped cononet
of the parents of the bride and ceremony.An ruffling intersperced with white !'She carried a cascade bouquet of the wedding cake. Serving punch The couple left early for a wed-

(groom and members of the bridal improvised altar was formed gladoli blossoms, and pompoms. [white carnations and tube roses, were Mrs. Preston Lankford Miss ding trip down the East Coast.

.,- Rep.and Mrs. Doyle E. Conner '.party. z E.,. ... .'011 I in the archway in front of the The cake was flanked fcy three- centered with a white orchid. Nancy Cobb, Mrs. Drew F. Reddish Upon returning to Jacksonville I

Assisting in serving were Mrs. I mantel that was flanked ,on bothsides branched candelabra holding tall At the reception which followed and Mrs. Rex W. Mixon. The tyr. and Mrs. Royster will be at

anna. Officiating at the 3:30 their bouquets were lavender pr. J. H. Williams, Mrs. B. J. Caulk, i I by tall floor baskets holding burning white tapers. A wed Mrs. R. R. Thede, Mrs. J. T. 'bride's book was kept by Miss !home to friends at 811 James \

o'clock ceremony>was the. Rev W. chids and shattered carnations Mrs. Donald Harris, and Mrs. Lucian .- I fan-shaped arrangements of white ding supper consisting of barbecued Moore, and Mrs. T. L. Casey cut Gayle Moore. Street. If

E. Burns. j I I centered with. red-throated or- baby breath chicken and accompanying
Conner. gladioli, pompoms
-Prior to the ceremony a program -'.chids.:The bridal attendants wore some time with I and plumosus! fern and eight- delicacies was served during the -... WSCS Meeting t

of nuptial music was rendered -j r matching headdresses. The little After spending candelabra holding tall reception on tables placed on the
left branched
Lawrence,1church 'flower of baby their guests the young couple lawn in the back yard. Held June 15thThe
Miss Juanita girl wore a gown Other artistic
by ,' i wedding trip to Miami and I,burning tapers.
organist and Miss Nina'Jean blue nylon net over matching on a first they ,'arrangements of pompoms, gladioli Serving the bride's cake were t first of
After August meeting
soloist who sang1Oh satin. The tight fitting bodice at points of Mrs. Jesse Newsome of Starke
Wimberly, placed
will be at home to their friends at and roses were the Methodist W. S. C. S. for the
.,Promise Me," -Because" and was gathered at the sleeves with The I throughout the Maxwell and Mrs. Evelyn Brown of Kern-
423'N. Church street, Starke. interest .1 new year was held In the churchon
the "Lord's Prayer." The traditional a square neckline featuring pink the wedding and recep ersville, N. C. and presiding over
for --
bride wore for traveling a pink and I home Monday, June 15, with Mrs.
marches were used satin leaves embroidered over the I = the bride's book was Mrs. E. D.
wedding I
iridescent tailored suit .tion.s- R K. Perryman, president, pre
lavender and i Thank goodness this is the tag Gtuy: Sale are celebrating their
in the service. ,gown. She carried a pink satin guests were assembling Tenly. Assisting in serving ..
with purple accessories and shoul- end this week's we can 14th siding.
of so today
wedding anniversary
of white covered basket' filled with rose pianist, caring for the guests were Mrs.
Large pedestal baskets ] 'I der corsage of purple throated or- Mrs. Levy Canova, head for the beaches and get out (Friday) and Guy's birthday was I A welcome to the pastor and
and were used to petals. The ring bearer wore music and George .O. L. Unsln, Mrs. E. D. Tenly,
gladioli pompoms I chids. rendered nuptial I of this heat for the rest of the July 1 .. Gladys and James hig wife cir their return for .
in Decorating the sanctuary a double breasted white .gabardine soloist, sang1iAlways' Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., Mrs. E. F. !
advantage Wainwright, I another Mrs.Perrynan. .
of Mari i W. week .. hear the Roy Wards Hobbs celebating their 18th year was given by
is graduate are
with native greenery and suit and carried a white The a "Because" and the"Lord's Miles. Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
school after which she [ have rented the S. R. Johns cottage wedding anniversary on July 4th,I
palms placed throughout the satin pillow decorated ,with chantilly anna high G. J. McGriff, Sr., Mrs. Lex their
Prayer" expressing pleasure
lace with showers of narrow was a secretary in an insurance Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs.J. \ on Kingsley for the month and Gladys celebrated her birthday
church.) Lighted white tapers in Hartmann served his Green. in being returned. Mrs. T.
branched candelabra across the 1 satin streamers.Hal agency in Starke. Eddie : T. Lawson. :Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis, of July and moved in Wednesday on Sunday, the 5th .. I
best man. H. of MissionaryEducation
cousin as .. Mrs. James Bunch and family Hear that Anita Prather talented Slade secretary
background cast a soft glow ever Davis of Quincy served as The groom is a graduate of!I Miss Evelynn Newsome, cousin Mrs. Maxi: Carter and Mrs. J. P. and Service, gave cur

the setting. best man for the groom. Ushers Bradford High School and the of the bride, was maid of honor. Roberts. .Also assisting in serv-I I moved to Williston,Bunch'S. C. on Mon- singing; daughter of the 'rent news from Cuban Missionary I

The bride who was given in were Bryant Bennett, brother of University of Florida with a BSA 1. She was attired in a ballerina ing were' the :Misses Aliese and 'day to join Mr. who is J. \V. Prathers of South Pasadena, Field. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, past

marriage by.'her brother, A. L. the bride, of Panama City, Rep. degree. He is a member of the Blue strapless net gown Patty Lawson, Joan Tenly, Clair working for the Savannah River Calif. and granddaughter of Mrs.A. vice'president, presented Adult '
length I aqua 'I ... Joyce Ward F. Sauls of Starke, was awarded -
Bennett of Marianna had her sister Hugh Dukes of Cottondale, and Key, and is a past president of the over taffeta with a matching Jean Mundy, Lu Green, Joan Sil Project there Life Membership pins and certificates -
Lucian and Glen Conner of Starke Gamma Rho fraternity. He j Helen Haines. clerk at Farm Home &, Auto Sup- the Music Scholarship at the
net and
Mrs Cecil Sewell ofJ5tarke, ( stole. She wore matching cox to Mrs. J. H. Ritch Mrs. I.
brothers of the his second term as ,, .. ..J,,, ply will fly: to Detroit, Mich. and South PasadenaHigh' School .
as matron of honor. Bridesmaids groom. I is,now serving I mitts ana a' scauopea, \o ueauuu;!;! After spending some: time with I \ P. Shepherd and Mrs. L. D. Vin-
Charleston, W. Va. on Sunday for She will enter Glendale College
; .were Mrs., Betty Standland, J.lrs.1 I A beautiful gown of white nylon Representative of Bradford County embroidered with rhinestones ahd their guests Mr. and Mrs. Phillips I with ing. She. wag assisted in..this, by
," two weeks vacation this fall and will major in music
Von ile Paulk, and Miss net over white satin was chosen and is in partnership in the Conner seed pearls. She carried a nose- left for a week's wedding trip in I i Mrs. H. M. Richarde, Mrs. Titus
.. i Her ambition is to become a
Street all of Marianna and Miss by the bride for her wedding. The Bros. Insurance Agency in of chrysanthemums. South Florida. Mrs. Phillips friends Olson and Mrs. T. H. Slade.
1 I gay I II Have spotted the lovely singer of popular songs Seethe
/JJune Conner, sister of the groom, dress featured a fitted bodice of Starke. The bride, who was' given' in traveled in a strapless light blue I diamond you that telephone operator I i Judge Smiths of Orlando have After routine business the pro !

of Starke. Little Cynthia Williams Chantilly lace designed with a Among the out of town guests marriage by her cousin, Horace* I sun dress with matching jacket Christine Gainey. is sporting these I I arrived and are occupying the. gram and devotional was presented -

niece of the bride, served as 1 round embroidered neckline and were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner C, Brackett Jr.. of the U. S. complimented, with ,black and I from Harold I this by Mrs. L. K.Whitehead _
t ? a gift Adkins house on Kingsley I
flower girl and little Douglas Con short sleeves. The voluminous and daughter, June, Mr. and Mrs. I Navy, Key West, chose for her white accessories. She wore _a Black days ... see Barbara Colley is month .. I and Mrs. Henry Godwin.
of the was the, hooped skirt which was in Lucian Conner and son, Douglas, of orchid
ner, nephew groom caught a waltz length, gown { purple-throated corsage. the .
wedding, concession cashier I Lot and Kate Ensey and son 1 Sewell's hand
the ew in Cecil
ring-bearer. I I the front with soft gathers, terminated Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner, Mr. and white Chantilly lace over satin The.' bride is a graduate of in I i exploding ,
Carolyn to their home j
Florida Theatre, replacing Mike returned him that he
The matron of honor those a''I in a chapel train. The i Mrs. Cecil Sewell and daughter, fashioned with a tight Kernersville High School, N. C. incapacitating so
which was Daytona spending .
to after
Edwards who has gone Norfolk, Va. today couldn't take pictures
Icvely strapless gown of yellow:I[train'was sprinkled with Chantilly Pam, Mr. and 'Mrs. Frazier Shaw, bodice and long sleeves and took, business administrationfor any more
fitting for a month two weeks at
Beach with her family a very enjoyable .. A number of Callstreeters attending f
nylon net over satin with matching lace rose blossoms. She wore long Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett, Miss nated at points over two years at the High Point II '
that terr Leslie Griffis, Lovett's produce the site of the old Ensey cottage the wedding overtook the
nylon stole. The ballarina Chantilly lace mitts. Her headpIece Sandra Johns, Gene Shaw, Mr. and : wrists. The bouffant skirt College, High Point, N. C. She on '
I' the fmgr. reported to the army on Kingsley .. They bivouackedin happy couple in Quincy after the
skirt fell from a tight fitting bod- was a Juliet of seed Mrs. Robert Green Mr. and Mrs. at the
cap flounce of nylon is at present a secretary
had a bottom Monday and Bobby White is replacing a trailer this time, but hinted and trailed them on to
Ice which was embroidered with pearls to which was attached a | Q. A. FUlingim, Mr. and Mrs. R. tip veil Starke. Medical Center. ceremony
pleated tulle. Her finger i him Sharon Eiland, that they have hopes of buildingon Tallahassee where they all dined
satin matching leaves down the finger tip yell of sheerest bridal E. Mundorff, all of Starke, Miss !
fell from a coronet of seed pearls. Mr. Phillips is a graduate of former cashier at Lovett's, is replaced the place some day Kate's sumptuously at the Skyline .
length of the skirt. She wore illusion. The bride carried an old Hilda Saunders of Middleburg,
of stephanotis School veteranof .. hear
She carried a nosegay Bradford High a by Hazel Thomas a Californian, but she's already Doyle and Kitten finally shook the
white nylon mitts and a'coronet fashioned bouquet of three red- Miss Carolyn Black of Lake City
; and tea roses centered wjthil_ World War II and is now man- that Margaret McGriff is on a got Florida sand in her shoes crowd.. however. and continued on
headpiece of matching orchids and throated white ochids with white and Hal Davis of Quincy.W.M.U I ---*
a purple-throated orchid T. ager of Lovett's Grocery in Starke.j',leave of absence from Humphreys Don't quote her, however, 'cause I their honeymoon, which will include .l

Stork Shower Given Circles showers of white satin ribb >n. Included among the 150 guests Gold for several months .. I I the Calif. C of C might object .,. ,, Cuba in the itinerary, I I''

Rehearsal SupperAt Her only ornament was a single at the wedding and reception were I Sorry to hear that Charlene Lot kinda grew up en Kingsleylike hear ...

For Mrs. Hildebran Maxwell Home. To Meet TuesdayCircles strand of pearls, a gift from .the the following from out-of-town: I Hardy contracted a bad fungus on a lot of the rest of us, and I I Attractive new couples in town

groom. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Birch of Jack- I her ,foot while swimming at still thinks there no spot like it include the Wilbur Kind. who

Mrs. Maxie Carter Mrs. .T. Mrs. N. O. Maxwell, entertainedat 'of th Baptist W. M. U. Mrs. Maxwell chose for her sonville, Mrs. Evelyn Brown of I I Kingsley lake Charlene has on earth .. 1 I I[I moved here recently from Cleve-

Frank Landrum and Mrs. J- W. a delightful party Tuesday will hold their monthly meetings daughte/s wedding a blue lace Kernersville, N. C., Horace C. had as her guest the past week, Thought I was seein' things land, Tenn. He's the new engineer

Ritch entertained at a lovely evening June 16. at 7:30 o'clock next Tuesday, July 7, as follows: afternoon dress complimented with Brackett, Jr. of Key West, and her cousin, Billie Lee Bryan of when I bumped into Al Carlislein I at Big Dad Sunday

stork shower Thursday eveningof at her home. Honor guests were Lorena Epperson circle. Mrs. i fuschia accessories and a piak 11 Albert Gonzalez of Tampa. G'ville.. .. several mothers had a local grocery emporium Wednesday they had their diminutive two-

last week in the Baptist Recrea- her daughter, Miss Phyllis Steid- .Ralph Alvarez leader, at the rose corsage. \v 'Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are making 1 a few mofe grey hairs last Saturday .. Said he was "just I i months-old daughter, Deborah

tion Hall honoring Mrs. J. E. ley and her fiance, Ernest Phil- home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr. Mrs. Phillips, mother of the their home in the Pinehurst /.when they discovered Walter lookin' around" Understand!(Ann christened at the Methodist

Hildebran.A I lips whose marriage was an eventof with Mrs. G. A. Anderson as co- groom, was gowned in a grey bilk Subdivision. I I Jennings, Bill Green. and. John, Kitty and the chillun accompanied ,,Church The lovely, long; christ-

pink and white color scheme June 18. The party followed hostess, 3 o'clock. Adams out in tne nuacuc.11- ut him here for a short visit, and I I I, ening gown was made by Mrs.

was carried out effactively in the the couple's wedding. rehearsal.Arrangements I, Daisy Fowler circle Mrs. Maxie Legion AuxiliaryOfficers f I WSCS NoticeCircles Kingsley Lake on a home made they departed Wednesday fo W. C. Kappauf, Cleveland, Tenn.

floral decorations highlighting the of summer flowers -\!I Carter, leader, with Mrs. Garl Installed raft was just a flimsy affair sonville .. They have been Jack-I'who, with her husband is i a guestof

halL Refreshments were served were .used in decorating the :Mathews, 3 o'clock. j jV of the MethodistW. and just did make it back to ing in Larkspur Calif. the Kinds They occupy the

from two tables that were covered home for the occassion. I Ida Darby circle Mrs. L. Wynn. Auxiliary, S. C. S. will hold their monthly shore .. glad to hear that Bobby cording to a clipping from The Sauls house on Lake Street .
white Cutwork at The American Legion meetings next week at the returned home from Palm Beach Post, Mary Lee Wainwright -
with ; imported Enjoying the delight affair leader,with Mrs. E. W. Hayes their installation of Benton has I Correction: 'Twas stated in
One table Post 56, held ; following homes; where he Mrs. N. D.) attended a
Clothes. was centered hospital
of the Kingsley Lake, 3 o'clock. Hope Haven the last week that Mr. and
were member8 wedding meeting, paper
officers. at their regular Circle 1, Mrs. L. D. Vining of ICAPA (Independent f
of 'operations recent meeting
Mrs. H.
circle serieg
with an arrangement of Dora Alderman !underwent a Mrs. li B. Thomas are moving to
party and out-of-town guests. leader, with Mrs. L. I Tuesday evening in the Legion chairman, :will meet Tuesday i' to see parbara Composers, Authors & i \
white and the other A. Lawson : also glad WauchuJa in six* weeks to make
pompoms 3 ;Hall. morning at 10 o'clock at the home cast off of he; Publishers) at the University of t
A. Canova ,at Kingsley Breazeale has the their home As a matter of ,t
table held a centerpiece of pink Youth Rally Set o'clock. Mrs. W. M. Gracy of Dunnellon, of Mrs. E. L. Matthews on Kings- which she broke it in Miami .. She introduced two of I mov- \
have for.
installed arm, fact, th no plans
carnations in crystal bowls. At Brooker ChurchThe Helen Masters circle.Mrs. F. B'i.!Fourth District President officers, -: ley Lake, with Mrs. W. E. Mid- May her compositions, "Florida, The ing Sorry for the error {
the following
Appropriate games were played, Beard, leader, with Mrs J. dIeton as cohostess. See H. B. and Boots Peyton Sunshine State" and "Happiness", Seems to be all for now See l'
13'1 Mrs. Claude Crowson president; Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green leader ...
the honor Sapp, 2:30 o'clock. I new homeon which were well \
before guest of openedher Brooker Baptist Church Mrs. Matt Morgan, V.P.; Mrs. meet afternoonat are building a lovely you in the next
Doris Knight circle, Mrs. Dave : will their propertyjust Hear the marriage of Johnnie CarolynMr.
many lovely lovely gifts, with will entertain the New River4&s- :I[jack Secy.-Treas.; Mrs 3:30 o'clock at the Methodist theback of -
Paulk leader, meets in the Edu- Dempsey of Starke .. hear the (Kitten) Bennett and Doyle Con- I
'ipriies being won by :Mrs. L. N. sociation,Young People's Rally on cational building, Tuesday eve- J. O. Gay, Historian; Mrs. She!- Recreation Hall with Mrs. L. D. East BHS band director, G. A. ner in Marianna was a lovely affair -, and :Mrs. Robbie Shaller left .

Pickering and Mrs..Miles H. Shep- Friday, July 10, at 10 a. m. All ning at 8 o'clock. Program lead lie Hall, Chaplain; Mrs. Mayme Muhl- Green and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell as new Rimert, and family of Malone and everything went off well I Thursday for Nashville, Tenn. for f fI
Mrs. Wally
pard.In. members, pastors and wives and er, Mrs. J. M. Vickers. Hostesses, I Toomey, hostesses. rented the Stock house on with the exception of a flashbulb ten days visit with relatives.4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA. \
'" hofer, Sgts. at Arms. Circle 3, Mrs. A. Wood leader, have I
remembrance of the party, young people are invited to at- Mrs. E. A. Yancey, Mrs. Vernon held .,Lafayette street .. and the newlyweds I
The next meeting be will meet Monday afternoon at II
the guest of honor received a babybed tend. I Silcox, and Mrs. James Dennis. Johnnie and Doyle Con- I
Sept. 15. 3:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs.L
from her hostesses. Miss Mary Gould missionary to 1 held The Tuesday W.M.U.evening book preview with the was reviewing -I 1 A gift was presented to Mrs.' P. Shepherd with Miss Kate ,ner have rented Church the street Rawson.for Davis the [ Enjoy Cool Comfort Now

Invited to call during the appointed Thailand formerly China, wilt "Sacrifice and Song" I Crowson for her services to the Struth as cohostess. I I house on Mrs. J. W. Healy I .

hours were 50 'gUests.' be guest speaker. taught by Mrs. F. B. Beard: Mrs. unit in the past year. Circle 4, Mrs. Henry Godwin, coming year, Maine, send greeungsto .. RENT A *rtpint
of Augusta
L. A. Canova and Mrs L G. A social hour was enjoyed and leader, will meet Monday evening, old friends here, thru
refreshments were served by :Mrs. July 13, with Mrs. Frow Strick all her

31 II Powell.Refreshments were served to Matt Morgan and Mrs. Shellie land at Kingsley Lake. Members the W. H.their Harts tour of who the visited North \ ROOM AIR CONDITIONER .

Hall. 'are invited to come at 6 o'clock togo I her during
STARKERADIOS the 21 members present duringthe 'II Mrs. Healy is the
recently r
the picnic
swimming, enjoy who
social hour. late Cot Healy CALL US FOR11J:11
Club supper at 7 o'clock and the business wife.of the
Junior at Blanding during
at 8 o'clock. .was
TV SERVICE Mrs. Hazen HonoreeAt Plans Swim PartyThe meeting I W. W. II ... Dorothy Ford entertained -
for ten
dinner party
at a
Stork Shower Junior Woman's Club "will! Patriotic ThemeAt I guests at the E. W. Hayes summer : i

Reasonable Guaranteed Service 3 Mrs. Jack E. Hazen formerly hold their annual* swimming party: \VCTU MeetingA j I home last Friday evening home
who is
at the home of Mrs. H. H. Adams,! honoring Billy Miles

On All Makes Radios or TV 3 was Miss surprised Clara Thomas by friends of Starke Thursday -, Kingsley Lake. on Thursday,I patriotic motif prevailed In on leave from service -the group. I

afternoon of last week witha 'July 9. decorating the living room of Mrs. i enjoyed charades on the dock at : ,FITS ANY WINDOW i

shower at her borne Swimming will begin at 11 W. N. Johnson's home last Friday I Clair Jean Mundy entertained : .
for. ten '
o'clock followed with a covered afternoon when she was hostessto a hamburger fry Monday AVOID THE HEAT CALL US NOW'
; NOT GIVING YOU in Jacksonville Beach. Hostessesfor dish luncheon served at 12:15. members of the WCTU. guests at the lake for her houseguest \

% SATISFACTIONCaD the delightful affair were Mrs. AU 'members are requested to Mrs. J. T. Quigley led the devotional Mary Rivers. Stubbins of FOR PROMPT INSTALLATION

Graldines B. Griffis and Miss bring a covered dish. Play clothes and the business session'[Tally, and Bill Van Sickle of

S Shirley will be worn.Hostesses was presided-"over by Mrs. J.
Carpenter. at the 1
198-W At Once A Berry. served refreshments WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
Thornquest, vice president.
Enjoying the informal party for the day will be conclusion of the meeting, .

were twenty friends of the Bettie fleas, Martha Dixon, Fran-duet, "All 'Round the World", was The next meeting will be held PHONE 166

228 E.'Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's honoree. Among those attendingwere ces Stewart Colette Rosier. Marie; sung by Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. on July 31 In the Tabernacle. Annex 4- 222 224 Temple Ave. Starke. Fla.'YYYYVYVTYVYYYVTVYYVYVYYYTTYTYTTYTYVVTVYYTYYYTIV. E I

Mrs B. T. Thomas and Colson. Martha Moore and Sarah E. Y, Berry.,

hostess assisted by Mrs.. Los Angeles, Cali!. .... Dot and t
Torode. The ,
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called on Mr,,and ),[rs. E.
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:6h6dna' way to their home in Ohio.
and Frank Smith
Orlando are spending this

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home on Kingsley Lake. 3QVJ
of Floyd Green will
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lr happy to hear that he returned;
his T>ale, Van Sickel and son, Friends of B. C.Holtzendorf, Sr. Veteran's
- last week from the
, Bill, ,and daughter Judy, Bf Los will be.happy to hear that he returned I in Lake City. The
: Calif. several home from Daniel Unit
Angela are spending '
H. Ditt-
daughter, Mrs. C.
: weeks with :Mrs. Tan Sickel'sjnother. Clinic, Jacksonville, on last Friday. I
I of Jacksonville, is spending
: Mrs:.W. J. Epperso .They j Mrs and- Mrs.., Leslie- Biggs and weeks with her parents.
had as guests last Friday, Mr. famfly returned home Sunday! s
{ : and Mrs. N. B. Rosier
I and ;Urs. Hay ,Epperson, Jr. of! after ten days visit with relatives the weekend with Mr. and
St. Petersburg and on Saturday, In Atlanta,"Savannah and Bruns- .
Ben Hall at Hall Lake.
;Mr. ;amd:)Irs. 'T, I: *. "Van 5iekel wick, GxSANITCiN _
'E CLEANING at ,the \E CLEANING at the
and daughter? Loren,*of, Gaines "
Mr. and Mrs. U._JU Ray and son, : W. S. McAliley is serving
Mr. and :Mrs.';Carl Sapp spent Ronniet of North, Augusta, S. C. :;an, instructor a f'Sewannee ft.

,the weekend' In ctearwater I spent the weekend with Mr.. and Pioneer Camp at t',....'. ..,
Mary Rivers Stubbins of Tallahassee Mrs. I. E. Clark. The Clarks' ; O'Leno for two weeks.
i is the guest of Clair Jean daughters, June Clark of'Jacksonjvjlle" land."A.I I and Mrs. Bill Graham aid QUICK FROZEN-GRADE A DRESSED & DRAWN
Mundy ,at.r TOngsley lake :this
and Mrs. D. B.; Webb and Mrs. Manley Leaven of

'week. r I'Miami, are, home on; their, twoweeks spent ,Saturday and
i Lt. and }Irs. C. N. Tilton and
vacation.Mr at Cedar Keys fishing.
family! of Jacksonville visited Mr.! and Mrs. Don Champion i : and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot C
and "Mrs.'S. Denmark on Sun-: in Sanderson Sunday HEN TURKEYS Ib
and,son "Little Champ";, ol Ocala,I I. on 49
day. I
Mrs. W. F. Barefoot.
,]plan to spend the weekend with: ..
; ITY-MLNUTElaundry" service 1 their 'parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Leo I C. C. :Mendoza of Jackson
at the CLOTHESLINE."Mr. i{'I Champion and Mr and, Mrs. Al visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
d'1lri. lanes O.O.Toppins'Hartmann I on :Monday. i .
and daughter"Mayne 'Eileen spent i Mr. and Mrs Bill Kronenberger Tommy Harding of Keesler
the weekend with her mother, left Saturday lor a three weeks Force Base will spend Satur- CANNED FULLY. COOKED-READY TO EAT

TJrs. }Mayme Tocmey, "Mayme, visit with relatives In Yonkers. and Sunday with his parents,
Eileen remained for a weeks' 'N.-y. and Mrs. T. B. Harding.
visit her'grandmother : H. F. Darby of Lake City .
I hit and Mrs. George. Patten,
Pf c,N; G. Crawford who is now her, brother and sister- $ .99
I Mr. and Mrsr.. L. Matthews.
stationed. Pendleton. Calif.,spent' I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Bare Hormel
and Mrs. C. H. Fields :and Mrs. Ham
10 hays/:leave,with -parents, J, H> Field attended the Silver I for a few days. : 6
Mr. and ,Mrs. P.' 'L. Crawford' Wedding,Anniversary' of Mr. and I I and Mrs. O. W. Barry of
His 'honored him with a I
parents spent last week with their
Mrs. 'T te :Powell Jr.: In. :pia L- .
farewell, party..o>t June 12. clenny Saturday evening Mrs. J. E. Hardy and
'Mrs ""Mayme Toomey and "Emerson .
Mr., and Mrs. W. C. Manning otJacksonvUle
w 'W. 'accompanied: Mrs. were visiting Mr. an4 L. :Moore of Broxton, Ga. "' ':
y' Jane Parker Fresh Apple .
Toomey's granddaughter home to Mrs. W, H. Hart aa Tuesday spending a few days with his ,. ....... ] ',,", '//, -> --- -- -. .
Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. Sam Anderson: returned : Mrs. I. G. Harris, and "" -.: ;.r" (' ---- -
Pro 5 4th of 'July, Clearance Sale home .lastFriday from St Vin- OF
t il '."Dress Shop. '1 1"Ypnday 'I \ ..
and Tuesday guests of cent's .hospital where she under- ft t ). PIES I E S 39 r-nE
I(I went surgery 'and has visiting z COST
Mfr and: Mrs. 'R. R. ..
Hutchingswere '
:her .sister, .Mrs. W. J. Johnston MARY ESTEL E FERRY 't' '
'},{ ana birs. J. .
r" J.HTHooten 1/1/1/ 8-oz.
and .daughters .Sheryl: and Carol, package of Herman's Orange Band
Mrs Henry 'Schneider and soul .of East. Point, Ga. during! Mrs.Anderson's Ham Salad regular 35c value with
Henrv, Jr. and Miss Montie convalesence : ,BOOKKEEPING SERVICE Golden Loaf the purchase of ,
'Uutchin,. .all of Eustls and La- I
Mr, and Mrs. C. C.. Hoppe and
,Gier Andrews of Winter Haven. son, Jimmy, of Tampa win.spend i Mb Pkg HERMANS
Mrs. W. S. ., 4"/jCAKEPlain
t McAliley and son '
the weekend with .Mrs. O. L. E 2SC
Sam are spending two weeks with /
"ber-parentsMr.and "birs.WiIvey I'B easley 'and Mr. and :Mrs. A..c. I FRANKS 49C

In tSracevilte. 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE .
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis :and
Mrs. J. M.
Edwards and daughters .
Carolyn. Gayle and Dianne, daughters are in Tallahassee this ION A or Self-Rising A 55c ValueSave
are spending this month at Day- week and plan to spend the week- Phone 57 Macclenny Fla. Reg.

'tona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. end in Tchulla, Miss. with Mrs. 41c A

':E war ls ,will be their guests at Lewis' parents. FLOUR 1 1TSilver ( J' 63C Regular 90c 49C
'the"Beadi over the Tourth.Miss1 I I I .Mrs..Albert..Lee; .Crosby .and i A A A A A A A 4A A Value for Only
:children will:leave.Sunday.for.At

"to"her after."home Myrtle a "In week's 1a Reddish ksonville.visit with returned Thursday Mrs lanta with ,Mrs.Ga. -to Crosby's spend parents two weeks,' Mr. Drink A Coke With The Bear, Skillet Corned. I

Errol AtvarezMaariceWingate. and Mrs. H, W ,Townsend. .
I j I Pre 4thof July Clearance Sale And Enjoy A LbCan .. .
the BEEF -
week -
spent HASH
: ( 23c .
end Wauchula. with relatives.. I at' LeUa's Dress Shop. Holiday Evening -- -- -- "

Mrs A, T. Covington ,and son.I j I Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Tomlinson ...
Irvan, will leave Sunday for thre left Wednesday for a short trip DANCINGRound Dressed & Drawn
weeksvisit with relatives Inpaducih through South Carolina and also : Pickle Patch Sweet Mixed .

;: 'and, Hardin, Ky. They/taking their" son, J. E. Tomlinson ''' & Square 22-oz1ar-
wilt be joined by Dr; Covingtonthe to Fort Jackson, S. C. where he
will take 2SC
third week.DRIV an eight weeks clerks JULY 3
course Jn The :National Guard. I
? IN service at the .
Mrs. Janie: is \
.CLOTHES LINE.pfl. Avery leaving for After Midnight
Atlanta, Ga. where she will spend A&P ,
; Crushed Sultana Sliced
the summer with her -sister, Mrs. or
Erlene Bussey. Mr and Mrs. 4 JULY 4 No 2 Can : fRYERSLb
R. C Hart ,and children of Ocala '- PINEAPPLE
I Regular Hours 23II
have,rented the Avery home on N.'
I![Walnut 'street
Mrs. Nat Norfleet and Mrs.J. A., Music By
Johnson of Madison were guests Northern Toilet Tissue, 2 rolls 15c Lb
,last Thursday of Mrs. E. L. Mat: BRADFORD COUNTYPLAYBOYS

thews at Kingsley Lake., They: Rl Whitehouse Evaporated Milk, 3 tall cans 37c

were accompanied home by Nell l 1' .
and Rachel Uorfteet: who were.: s DOOR PRIZES '.- -..' - -
KOOL AID 6 Packages 25c --' -. -
guests of Mary Agnes and -Anne,; .iII- .
Matthews for a few days. ;

| Mrs. H. B. McLendon and daughter Triangle BLake SULTANA VANILLA EXTRACTS pint. 15c 'u. >. _
-- .
,. Jeannette, arrive today for a: -- -
visit with "Mrs. McLendon-s Butler Highway .
I parents -' Ann Page Rich Creamy
Mr. and Mrs. K S.Matthews,, 10 )Ii. ''West of Starke
while Dr. McLenaon, a member of' For extra enjoyment and extra

the State Board of Dental Examiners

:) Is attending: sessions of G r ,. : .. economy, fill your picnic basket rl MAYONNAISE
1 the Board is JarJrs Mr., and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman r4 .. ; with plenty of A & P's fresh fruit.

Jr. and children, Jan and Hobble, Celebrate The Holiday By Seeing Qt Jar Only
. FOB FUN FOR DECORATION of Bethlehem, Pa. arrived Thursday J' 53CAnn

I FOR PROFIT! for a ten-day visit with the Good Movie At
'.. senior Perrymans at Kmgsley A This Theatre Calif. Vine RipenedCANTALOUPES
No Experience Necessary'Results Lake. -

Guaranteed DRIVE -I, IX service at the PageElbow
Mn, women of ill ages eves CLOTHES LINE .
'satin children hobby., here Picture takes I*Craft's dm Iud- Bobby Shull. Is spending the FLORIDA THEATRE YV Macaroni, 2 Ibs for 33c

fluxed oil colon and numbered pre- summer in Pennsylvania and New STARKE TEA, our own Ib 69c
canvas guide year Land like a York with his grandmother, Mrs
matter painters You'll be amaiedt Julia Sakaly and great aunt Dedicated To Community Service i Ann Page
the professional remits,pleased )Mrs William Nagy, and Is- visItIng ""Movie Are Better Than Ever" Ketchsup14-0 hot
with year new found ability.N points of Interest there: z 19c

Mix-No Mess-No Errors Diana Trawick of Starke and I If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre All Sunnyfield,

Everything you need contained in her grandmother, Mrs. Jane An cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS Pure Lard, 4 Ibs 53C
the one compact package. Merely derson of Tampa, are visiting Large I I
open the Picture i Craft Kit and Diana's aunt, Mrs. William Mor- Sat. July 4-ONLY Wed., July 8-ONLY
enjoy the pleasure of painting ia ris in New Orleans for two weeks. BIG DOUBLE FEATURE WAI:ID BIOS:t1t6GISTtI !
oils the moment brush
your Mra Gordon. Rhodes and Miss
atriLet the ,'
eaDYI..I *that simple. Barbara Nicholson of Columbus r 1 Burry's 1

a# Chicago Ohio and,B1.Lee were Pontenberg weekend guestsof of r r.uJQi1 I 1 ,ll =i Pkg
Mr and Mrs. Edward Burns. I IINR 2SC

,J[ Y Ca Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trawick and ,
family will spend the weekend in R N ?l F'r ar+otut Cuban --

/ !1 Trawick.Tallahassee Sylvia Paulk visiting is visiting Mrs H.her D. -And- ,. piCiutt M [ rcocoRr AVOCADOS 2 For 25 Marshmallows, 2 pkgs 35c

cousin Vivian Paulk, in Lake .. Crisco
HOODLUMI .y?Mr p8iev 1. wOJRTII Shortening, 3 Ibs 89c
City this week. DMASHIEUKO ...
b Nr. CLEAN clothes, DRIED AND I Peter PanPeanut
Iceberg CrispLETTUCE
FOLDED at the CLOTHES LINE. EMPIREStarring i.I i. nwoa-OuM. uawow nw.t-S.rtpi I rWi 1VH L!ma
Mr, and Mrs. George Flynn Butter, 12-oz glass 35c

.. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Flynn Mrs. Donlery and Trevor Plus.1 "Forward March Hare" Car 2t9eHeoJS 2SC
'Choose from s + Dorothy Ford and daughters Plus "King JUdas Jr." Cartoon I II toon and Latest World Sews Cracker Jack, 3 pkgs 13c
21 feovtifu! Mrs. W D. Faxon and son and And Chap. 11 "Captain Video" 1
Artist-Designed' daughter, attended, the surprise I Joy For Dishes, bottle 29c
Subject birthday dinner Sunday given by DR. H. H. ADAMS\ A. HARTMANThur. Sunkist

$295 Mrs.Mrs. L Jeff..- M.Davis Gray at for the her Gray mother Cot, Sun., Alon., Tues. I ., Fri.-July 9, 10 LEMONS L E S' Dozen 3S'C! Tide, Ige pkg 28c giant' size 67

ONLY set July 5. 6. 7 -
r I tage on KIngsley Lake. n Qxydol Detergent I Ige pkg 2'3..
Dave Paulk
was In Tallahassee 3 BIG DAYS B CM'LLE S /

a N...batd Includes on Mr.business.and Mrs.Monday W. D.and Sexton Tuesday.and Fresh California Kirks Castle Soap. 2 for 17,.
Artist Convoi ((16 x Ill)* 'ii
Pr..llld .| colors children Phoebe and Connie Sue f/HifMJ1'< I
Spdal ortjtl'sCplU hreshe of Atlanta, Ga. spent the weekend : Lb Camay Toilet Soap, bath h;.r 10r
PoiMin initructi ns' with Mr.: and Mrs. Calvin Johns. I PLUMS L S i ipood 19C
..i.. tin cm .M((II x 24) Washington I
.....">10." lit SUI. Lt Col J. L. Mundorff of I : Ivnrv .Snow. Ie nkc 27c
D. C. spent Wednesday IML1 euuirnnn

$ with his father. J. E. Mundorff. titter-tohJI&st.U'-ttW t ...tllrt t"" Tvorv Sr1an
and brother R. E. Mundorff and f sues limm med bar. 3 for 22c
family: 11 t mmFins

Marilyn and Nancy Stiujt of trwr=sIr:fe-kI* 'I Stores i\\> will bA dosed all dav Sat. for the 4tH.
s s Barley, Ga. ;are visiting their
cousin Kay Hart, for several Plus Missing Mouse" Cartoon J
PHONE W STARKE,1u FLAweeks.. And Latest ,World News Iess Poduction" Cartoon ja/ {Liar AUANIIC { /itlllt: IU sl/shit Prices in this ad effective through Friday,

., July 3.
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VVVTYVVVYyvvvTYVVVYYTYYV.HAMPTON before leaving he gave a 'party I their son, Buddy and wife. and Miss Louise Adkins were t .
to ,a large group of friends at 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Horace May and shopping in Gainesville Monday.Mr. ..
the home of his mother; Mrs.John Mrs Minnie Johns spent Thurs- and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and
Blackman.Mr. I day with Mr. and Mrs.: Wilson daughter, Helen of New Riyer
by Bin. Won. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,. and Mrs Marklee Norman I May ,of Palatka. and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins
Mrs. W. H. Maxwell was a enjoyed a fish fry at HamptonLake
are rejoicing over the birth of a
daughter Cheryl Elaine on Tues- business caller In' Jacksonville on Saturday evening.:
I The,' yactIon'''Bible, School held day June 23rd at' the Alachua Wednesday. Mrs. Minnie Aldridge, Mrs. STORE
in f the Hampton Baptist Church Hospital the little lady weighed There'will be a Revival at the Evelyn Weatherby and daughter,
proved a great success. The COmmencement 8 1-2 lbs.Jimmie. Hampton Baptist Church July 5- Sara of Pompano have returned
Exercises were held Dyal accompanied Mr. '12. The Pastor R. C. Gray will home after spending several days
Tuesday night and a picnic ',at and Mrs. Elmer Lewis and daughter bring the messages and the Gonzales with, the B. Y. and George Sax-
Gold Head Branch State Park Wanda cf; Starke to Home Trio will .give the special on's.
on'Wednesday..r stead last week to visit their music. Misses Louise Adkins and Doris 401 West Call Street Darby Bldg. Starke Fla.
-;The Tennessee Temple. College sister Mrs. Onard Parker and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Martin'andson Parker attended the birthday
f ,Tii 'iDd'Cliff Roberson are to bein'tie family and Mr.' and Mrs. J,' J. Gat- party of Miss Naomi Stokes at -
: "Hour of Power" prayer ''Mrs. Ellis Thornton of Starke lin and son of Burlington, N. C. Brooker Saturday night. MR. CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager _
meeting at the. Hampton Baptist spent Friday night with her mother are visiting the K. B. Watterson'sand The Christian Church Sunday
Church on Wednesday and have! ,{Mrs. Minnie Johns. all spent the day in Silver School picnic was held Jast Thursday WAYNE DOUGLAS, Market Manager
,dinner with Rev. and- Mrs. R. C.Gray ),{r. and -Mrs. Charles Gaskins Springs on Monday. evening at Brooklyn Lake. FREE
on Thursday.Mr. and children Tommy and Jimmieof Mr. and Mrs Herchel Parker A weiner roast and watermelon MISS FRANCES DOUGLAS, Cashier FREE
and Mrs.' W N. Jackson Palatka spent the weekend with were in Tampa the first of the cutting was enjoyed.
.and children(: and Mr. and Mrs her mother Mrs. Ena Nazworthand week. Mrs. H. D. May left Saturday "MTTTTTMTMTTTTTtTTTTTTTYTTTTYTTT
J.'W; Jackson of Starke called on family. Bonnie Nazworth accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Goodson for Silver Springs I Md. for a visit -
Mrsr,J. O. Kitchens of Gainesville.Mr. them home for an ex- and children Charlotte and Bobby;0# with her children, R. U. May and *
and Mrs. Carlton Chastain tended visit. and Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Cox were Mrs. L. H. Lambert.H. i
and children and'Mrs. Jessie Chas- Mrs. Ellen Saxon was a dinner in Folkston. Ga. recently. D. May is spending several GIFTS SPEC I A-LS: GIFTS
tain'sperit Sunday with Mr. and guest Sunday of her nephew and ,Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dease, Charles days this week at Salt Springs
Mrs W. A. Rucs at Lake City. wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dyal. Dease and friend of Tampa with relatives.Sue .
J Merle Rhoden has left for Cal- Edith Ann,_ Sonny and Elva were Sunday guests of the W. A. Morris of'Pompano is visi-
ifornia where he will,be. stationed, Jean Baker of Crystal Lake Saxon's.Mr. ting her grandparents, Mr. and For Thur. Fri. and Sat.
July 2,3 and 4
spent Saturday and Sunday with and Mrs. E. B. Goodsonand Mrs. B. Y. Saxon. _ p
the William Hammonds.Mrs. daughter, Charlotte, have returned Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams
Vernon Slade and mother, to their home, in Miami spent the weekend with the J. W.
HOME CANNERS after visiting Mrs. Goodson's par- Homes,and left Sunday for their
Mrs. Fannie Meads were shoppingin
Gainesville Saturday. ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cov. new home in Tampa. OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY JULY 4TH
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burrell of Their son Bobby remained for an Sammie Sasser and wife were ,
SAVE.MONEY Hastings visited Mr. and Mrs. extended visit visiting in Green Cove Saturday.Mr. .
Frank Thomas Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Raleigh. Brannen left Tuesday and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of
Sally Hall of Gainesville morning for Oak Ridge, Tenn. to Starke entertained his parents at
spent Sunday with her son A. Hall drive home a school bus for the dinner on Tuesday the occasion Guaranteed
and family. County of Bradford. being the birthday of his mother FLOUR 25 m
On their way home from vaca- Charles Manier is Spending the Mrs. VV. N. Jackson. Old Rose $1-99
tioning in Georgia Mr. and Mrs. week in Jacksonville with his *
SAVE James Broome and family of Or-,,cousins Fred and Minnie Lee Audie MurphyIn
lando called .on Mr. and Mrs. Manier. -
Frank Williams Sunday. RomeAndrews is on the sick [ 'Gunsmoke'Coming ,
Mr. and Mrs. G..P. Wadsworth To ParkCast Jim
FLAVOR'USE spent the weekend in Bunnell with list.Mrs.. E. M. Prevatt of Starke GRITS Dandy S'bs 47
in the role of a notorious WHEAT 100Ibs
Western the. star gunfighter of "Gunsmoke",Audie Murphyis the SHO! T

technicolor feature playing at the
Park Theatre this Sunday and

.k m t MM m -Monday.Sharing honors with him are All Brand 3 TALL CANS c

E latter Susan in Cabot the and role Paul of a.Kelly Montana, the MILK 3 9

rancher whose holdings Murphy
H 30 OR 40 GIRLS wants to take over when ,he ar- -
rive! in Billings as the deadly
hireling of a frontier renegade
1 Between Ages Of 18 And 30 who seeks to build Western, em- ARGO ALL-GREEN SUNSHINE WHOLE
1 1 pire.Miss Cabot is cast as Kelly's 303 Cans No.2 Can
daughter who caused outlaw Mur- LIMAS BEANS 2SC
10TH AND CHURCH STS. phy to turn honest in order to win .
No Guesswork! AFTER JULY 6 her hand. In a dramatic gunfightwith I '
: Kelly, Murphy balks at tak-
Plant Will Be Closed From June 26 To July 6 ing the life'of the respected rancher LIBBYS CORN BETSY ROSS
DOME DOWN For Vacation Period and. later wins his ranch (in a
: dard! cutting game.Murphy's Pint
oz can
i ultimate showdown BEEF HASH 21C GRAPE JUICE 19C

; Jar Sealed I Big Dad Manufacturing Company I with cattle the over renegades the treacherous while driving Yel- ,

0w lowstone Mountains, proves a
ru u-ta- ---- ---- -
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, To: Daniel Celentano. whose resi- the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
"" 4 C or C Office dence and address is: c/o Data 85 before the
1 Rosemont Avenue, East Patterson 20 f day of July, 1S53:
: SOIL CONSERVATIONNEWS Being Redecorated Xew Jersey. otherwise the allegations of said
You are hereby notified that a Complaint will Joe taken as confess

:' BILLY MATTHEWS' While Sec V-..Away suit Divorce for 3d This by you.notice shall b. published
each week for four consecutive
has been filed against you tn the once
...' Rove named Court and cause and weeks to.the Bndford County Tele
:'j By Bill Haas WASHINGTON The Chamber of Commerce office you are required to serve a copy of graph.
.: your answer or pleading to the Dated this 17 day of June 1S5J.
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redecorated inside
r Gentlemen: is being complaint on the Plaintiff's (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
1 U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION Just a'line to let you know that NEWS LETTER during the week June 22-29 while Attorney T. Frank Landrum Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Starke. Florida Marian L. Deputy Clerk.
By Crosby
'rr." ';' .: SERVICE John Brokesche.passed away June Mrs. :Marian Howe, the secretary, and file the original In the office of '/1$ 4t 7/10
13. He always enjoyed reading is attending Southeastern Institute
4i at Hill, N. C.
your paper and was always in Chapel ,
hopes of visiting Starke once Congress this past week has the people of Pakistan some of Mrs. Howe was honored last year
Increase plot of Coastal ings.
Bermuda An acre was planted on the F. more, but his death was rather passed an appropriation of approximately -I our surplus wheat. It is estimatedthat by winning the State Scholarship .r\r i II) /
even after giving them 37 given by the State C of C. _
and Bradford Soil Conserva- District Supervisor V. R. Fer- sudden: five billion dollars for i E
F. A.
tion District's'nursery.The plant-! guson and I went over to J. C.I Sincerely, his wife the Mutual Security Agency. The million bushels of wheat we shall The decorating of the office is .
Ing material was furnished by the Sapp's to get the District's seeder Ii IiI Edith Brokesche.Brooklyn purpose of this program is to give still have approximately 300 millions being contributed by Mr. Howe. -, i. LI
Soil Conservation Service Nur-:I cultipacker to plant Hairy Indigo N. Y. a large amount of military aid of bushels left, and we are "
at Brooksville. on the nursery plot. While we were I T- and some economic aid to our having difficulty in finding storage ::: nil.
sery Pensacola Sirs facilities for this wheat here in TUB BIGHT POINT for the \ .
i there we looked at new : allies, with the hope that they will:
The $rooks/ille Nursery was
Bahia pasture that J. C. planted a I am most happy to inform you continue to help us in the fight the United States. I voted in this way you write. Come in and select -
established In 1945 by the U. S. WIj
Department of Agriculture for the few weeks ''ago, The grass was that the Navy* Carnival for Charity against communism 'and thereby bill for an amendment proposedby your favorite ESTEKBROOK I .\\ f
coming just as thick as hair proved tremendous success lives many'of Congressman Bailey of West
up save the. of our boys.I \
specific purpose of producing on a dog's back. He states that this year with attendance more voted for an amendment in Virginia, which would make avail- Fountain Pen. Only $%.31' at \\ \\'S.- -A

planting administration materials of for the use Son in Conservation the he! is getting some more land than doubled over 1952. No one, this bill sponsored by Congressman able to any of our people here Inthe. BRADFORD COUXTY TELE- ,7'; I I''

and ready to plant more Pensacola can deny that the throngs who Richards of South Carolina United States free wheat in
Service's ,
program Bahia. "I took two steers that I visited the Carnival both days which would prohibit any militaryaid the event they have suffered froma '
for the, benefit of fanners and NOTICE TO APPEAR
the State. had on my old Bahia pasture to came as a result of the publicity for certain of our allies unless disaster, and making the trans- !. CIr .1t Court, Bradford C ..t7i GOOD/1 EAR
cattlemen throughout the market. and they brought a which we received from many they formed the European Army, portation of wheat to them an Florida la Ch..ery. }
The Board of Supervisors of the good price" remarked J. C. He sources, notable among which was which has been in the planning obligation of tje Mutual Security Celentano Ruth Celentano, Defendant., Plaintiff. aniel
Bradford Soil Conservation District went on to'say that you can raise the contribution so generously stage for many months. I believe authorities. This amendment was Case No. 9830
and the F. F, A. plannedthis the grade of your cows by having provided by your paper. that our foreign policy should be defeated, but it was pointed out Notice To Appear.
county nursery so that folksin good improved pastures.P. Lt. Col. P. S. TreitelU. directed toward helping those of that our people have this same r ALL NYLON CORDSuperCushion
Bradford County will be able I II S. Naval Air Station our friends who are willing to.,privilege at the present time, with
to see different, types of new P. D. Reddish is using the Dis Jacksonville, Fla. help themselves in the common'. the exception that the transportation FRIG1DAIRETHERE'S
grasses and legumes, as well as I trict's 'weed chopper on his pas fight against communism. must be furnished by Stateor i
be able to get small amounts of 301. P. D. has! local authorities. It should be
ture out Highway Dear Gene: The House passed also this past I
planting materials to establish the and by would to stressed that our people when they JUST ONE
had stumps pushed I am continuing to enjoy eachissue. week a bill which give TireSTRONGER
their own Nursery plots from chopping he will cut down the of your very fine newspa- suffer, are certainly going to get FRIGID.AIREMade .
which.they can make larger plant. brush and loosen the ground which per and its thoughtful editorials. TfTTTTVVTTTTVTTVVTTVTTVTLONG the same opportunity that is now .,. \
I depend heavily on the Telegraphto given to the people of Pakistan, only by General r
keep me informed of the doings BRIDGEBy who'are our allies, and who are Motors Corp. All other

and thinking of the. people of suffering from starvation becauseof Electric Refrigerators are .,
UP $ Afl Bradford County. Mi? Seeber MoodyAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the drought conditions that made by other companiesand ;;;

Billy Matthews, M. C. have curtailed their wheat crop. cannot use the word up to 80%' morer-, Y
MONEY 8th .Congressional Dist. We Democrats are watchingwith Frigidaire. strength than ,1; N .
TOTO interest the fight among the '
:Mrs. Alvie Werre and daughter ,
standard tires ,
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Republicans over the Excess Profits .
LOAN Carol Thomas, of Detroit :Mich. Want A Genuine f "4 ,!
Tax. Our Republican col- .
will the condi
improve growing
spent several days here with :Mr. '
; tions for the grass.- and Mrs. Fernie Moody. leagues sponsibilities are finding of leadership that the are re- FRIGIDAIRE ? ? WEARS 1! .//4: .
Stafford Crews visited hid wife '
CONFIDENTIALPrompt Foster Shi Smith states that Sunday in Riverside Hospital. She very difficult! In our Eighth Con- THEN SEE LONGER. : ...
since he has fertilized his Pensa gressional District I pointed out : ,
is there for observation. We are xr
cola Bahia it is coming out fine. to my colleagues that we dojiot
hoping she will be home soon. ..
have much of a problem with the .
-- Friendly( Service Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd are up o2lmore % 1\I .,
Excess '
Profits Tax
the proud parents of a new daughter because very Tenth aad Temple Ave. mileage \ c ... >
IIII I I I I I II I WILL PAY CASH born June 21 in Alachua Gen-few! o.! our citizens have made any I t .. 4, :i> t'
\eral Hospital. The ladies of Long:profits during the past few months. Starke, Fla.Free ', '" E.. '.. ,., ;!i t,
:I I Bridge honored her with a shower t : yr
I[Tuesday night, she received lots
Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store For Saw Logs of pretty and useful gifts. Those .
receiving prizes games ,
were Johnnie Frances Crews, and NJJ
A Post Card Will Bring'MeTo Elouise Cowen.' Tank

See You. Mrs. Lucile Scttofield of :Miami for only a few '

arrived last week to make her dollars more than ./fl

Midsummer. SpecialPLAN'rAT10N D. B. 'Dick' Thoma'sLawtey home with Mfs. H. B. Schofield of a standard tire! :,"1P

Fla. New River.
Mrs. Vondie Anderson and chil- See it! Compare itl! Drive on it!-the new mir

dren of Deland spent the. week =WITH PURCHASE OF acle All-Nylon Cord Super-Cushion with the

\ PEACH here with her mother, :Mrs. Man- new tread that gives you up to 21% more mileage .
nie Granger. '
MONUMENTSLOWEST Cecil Gibson spent the weekendat = -the tire that's lighter more resilient, '
1m ICE iEAMi home, he is employed at Perry. ANY NEW GAS RANGE smoother riding, more durable-the tire that's

PRICES I Mr. and Mrs.W.. C. Stanakerand miles ahead for only a few dollars more!
,children were visiting relatives -
FINEST QUALITY! in Fort White Sunday.Mrs. I 'As low as 1.25. a week for a PAIR I

No Extra ChargeFor Rachel Hodge and childrenof
Palatka spent the weekend Slade Gas Co.
In Or Near''
Setting with Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Moody.
Service Center Station
STARKEA Louise. Johns has moved to Jacksonville .

where she is employed by GOODLY' EAR
the Independent Life Ins. Co.. .TIRES
; i LADY 8tua0 We understand that Johnnie PHONE 121 STARKE, FLA. ... S. 301 at South City Limits

\ Frances Crews likes her new job
BORJEN in the law office of Williams &
Futch at Starke.
Write For Free Folder Cosette Sapp, who Is employedby
//5bnfen finest and the finest of alt ice creams Bell Telephone Co. in Wash-
ington, D. C., is spending her
\'acationvith her parents. Mr.
BUY-by thr Rordcn Icr Cream Sign .!* DonMa Coopttf 715 FOREST ST. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp.

JACKSONVILLE, flORIDA Mrs. Ada Hammock and daughter I
of Jacksonville are spendingthe
week with Mrs. Hammock's

sister Mrs. Nan Moody.
Little Richard and Billy Shiversof

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reation. swimming boating and 1 lof July, A.D. 1953 Olin W. White, Appears State .f Florida -
fishing to supplement the educa- Sr. shall apply"to the Honorable To: Carl L. Tucker, whose residence Diane Penton Plaintiff vs. Rex A. 1953; otherwise the allegations of NOTICE TO APPEAR
tional programs. Theron A. Yawn. Judge of said and address Is: 1419 Pinecrotf- Penton.. Defendant. said Complaint will" be taken as con- hi Clrrmlt Court Bradford Cash
Court as Judge of Case No. 9S9S fessed by
Probate for his Road Greensboro, North CarolIna. you. FUrldai Im Cha. *ry.
, If you have poultry or if you final discharge as Executor of the You _are required to Notice T. Appear This notice shall be publishedonce !
estate of Olive Elizabeth July appear on To: Rex A. Penton. whose residence each week for four consecutive Ruth Ella Davis Kinney. Plaintiff
deceased 1953
Ray. in
n are interested in the busi- the above
poultry named
; and that at the same time Court and couse, wherein 'and address is: 67 Veterans weeks in the Bradford County Tele- vs. Gene Kinney, DefendantCase
ness, you will enjpy this meeting.One he will present his final accounts as seeks divorce, alimony and plaintiff Court. Montgomery AlabamaYou graph. No. J81Xotlce
of the best features of the Executor of said estate and ask for Bradford County Telegraph costs.shall suit for are hereby notified that a Dated this 24 day of June. 1953. To Appear.To. .
their approval. publish this Order in OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Gene Kinney, whose residence -
week is your association with oth- Dated June 8. 1952. weekly issues. next four v. Divorcehas Clerk of the Circuit Court and address is: General Delivery
er poultrymen from all parts'of Olin.W. White Sr. Witness my hand and official seal. been filed against you In the By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Rockmart, Georgia.
Executor. at above named Court and and U Your are hereby notified that
Starke FlorIda this June 23. cause: ] 6/26 7/17
the State We can furnish more
'/424t7/3 1953- you are required to serve a copy of suit for
if interested your answer or pleading to the Divorce and restoration of maid
information\ you are (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. la The Ceaaty Jadge's Court
NOTICE TO APPEAR Darby complaint on the Plaintiffs en name
Court. ._ As Clerk of said Court Attorney Evan T. Evans 103 Bradford County, FloridaIN
Ceo. T. Hoggins VFfU Florida la Bradford C ty. By'Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Law Exchange RE: Estate of Bertha Robinson has been filed against you in too
By Ckaacerr. Building Jacksonville ,
NOTICE TO APPEAR James B. Smith. Plaintiff Chaa. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life Florida Wiggins Herlong, Deceased. above named Court and cause and
County Agent IB Ch' alt Coart. Bradford Coaatr, Smith Defemdant. vs. Christine B-ldg., Jacksonville, Fla. and file the original in the office TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN you are required to,serve a copy of
Florida !. Chaaeern.Raul Attys. for Pit '/28 4/7 7/17 of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton : your answer or pleading to the complaint
Extension Service Case J*<>- 9372 Notice is that I on the Plaintiffs Attorney
hereby given
Agricultural FuntaneXas: Plaintiff, VS. v..t '* T. Appear. or before the
Marina Jiminian Funtanellas, Defendant To: Christine Smith whose residence NOTICE TO APPEAR 27 day of July, 1953,' I have filed my final returns as Executor T. Frank Landrum. Starke. FlorIda -
'Boys 4-H special for you. The. 'meeting Case No. S882 and address is: 21 Merton f. Clrealt Court Bract.1'd Ceaaty otherwise the allegations of said of the Last Will and Testament ,
Notice T* AppearsTo Street. New Florida In Chaaeery. of Bertha Robinson Wiggins and file the original In the office of
be to be at the Starke Farmers Rochelle New York. Patricia Complaint will be taken as con- Herlong, deceased that I have filed on
Bradford 4-H boys will tamPing planned : Marina Jiminian Funtanellas You are hereby Peeler Plaintiff vs. Roy C. fessed by yon. ; the Clerk of the Circuit
whose residence and address is notified. that a Peeler. my petition for final discharge before the 20 day of July.
at Lake in.Madison Market.A program of interest : suit for Defendant Case No. 9895 This notIoe shall be publlihel or
Cherry Itettee and that I will applY'to the Honor- 1953 allegations of
3277-32nd Avenue Astoria, Queens, Divorce, custody, Ta Appear once each week for four consecutive ; otherwise the
County the week of July' 13th. to you will be presented. You are Long Island, New York. support of minor child control and To: Roy C. Peeler whose resi- weeks In the Bradford County Tele- able Theron A. Yawn County Judgeof said Complaint will be taken as con

,V' will camp with 4-H boys from welcome and invited to attend You are hereby notified that a has been filed against you In the dence and address is: R. D. 2, Wash- ,graph. Bradford County. Florida on fessed by you.
suit for above named Court burn North Dakota. Dated this 24 day of June. 1953. July 10, 1953, for approval of the This notice shall be publishedonce
Union. Clay and Citrus Counties. even though you have not be- Divorce, custody and control of you are required to serve and cause a and of Your are hereby notified that a 'I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby same and for final discharge as Executor each week for four consecutive
Cost of Camp 1s $5.50 per boy and come an active member you are minor child your answer or pleading copy to the suit for I. Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Will of Bertha Robinson weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
has been filed against In the Divorce .. Wiggins Herlong. deceased. graph.
you on the Plaintiffs custody' anfl,control- By JVUrian Crosby, Deputy Clerk
this includes Insurance coverage. urged to attend this. .meeting above named Court and cause and Attorney Evan T. Evans 103 mInor'children- 6/26 4t 7/17 JOHN MORGAN WIGGINS, as Dated this IT day of June. 1953.
Boys 4-R camp is a week full July 3. you are required to serve a copy of Law Exchange E-uilding, Jacksonville has been filed against you In the Executor of the Last Will and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
your answer or pleading to the Florida above named Court and cause and NOTICE TO APPEAR Testament of Pertha Robinson Clerk of the Circuit Court.
of supervised recreation and other Buy Seeds Locally complaint ,on the Plaintiff'sAttorney and tIle the Wiggins Herlong. Clerk
in the office you are required to serve a. copy of IB Circuit Court Bradford Count By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy
programs to make an interestingweek. A number of farmers have pro- Florida T. Frank Landrum of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on your answer or pleading to the com- Florida IB Caaneery.Hiias 6/19 4t 7/10 6sg / U 7/U
Starke. or before the plaint on the Plaintiffs A. Antonopoulos, Also Knownas
Food is prepared under the duced that will be availablefor and file the In Attorney
seeds original the office of IS day of July 1953; Evan T. Evans 103 Law Exchange Louis Anthon. Plaintiff vs. Vas-'
direction of a lunch room specialist home purchases. Such seedsas the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on otherwIse the allegations of said Building, Jacksonville, iliki H. Antonopoulos, Also Knownas

and swimming is supervisedby Pensacola and Argentina Bahia or 20 day of July 1953; Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed and Florida.file the original tn the office of Bessie J,.. Anthon, Defendant.Case No. 9892. That's Our BusinessIf

a Red Crpss lifeguard.I grass, lupines and White Dutch otherwise Complaint: the will allegations be taken as of confessed said once This each notice week shall for four be published or the before Clerk of the the Circuit Court on Notice To Appear. It's Glass We Have It!
consecn- 27 day of July. To: Vasiliki H. Antonopoulos.. also '
had the
have not opportunityto "
clover. by
yon. Live weeks in the 1953 4
This notice shall be published Bradford County ; otherwise the allegations o! known as Bessie L. Anthon. CALL WRITE or VISIT
get an attractive 4-H program Telegraph. said Complaint will be whose residence and address
These seeds have or will have once ecn week for four consecutive taken as con Is:
, underway since January'l. If you weeks in the Bradford County Tele Dated this 10 day of June, 1953. fessed by you. 2220 18th Street N. W.. Washington, *
, germination and purity tests and (OFFICIAL This notice shall '
graph. SEAL) Charles A. Darby be published D. C. i Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
have'been; in the 4-H and I have will be,good as you can get any Dated this 17 day of June 1953. Clerk of the CIrcuit Court. once weeks each week for four consecutive You are hereby notified that a I .
contact By Marian L. Crosby, Deputv Clerk. in the Bradford County Tele- suit for
Cot contacted you; pleaie where. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby graph.
Clerk of 1/12 4t 7/3 Divor ANY GLASS NEED '
the Circuit CourtBy
us right away if you are. interestedin Dated this 25 day of June, 1953. has been filed [
against In the
During this moist season is a Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. yon Fronts
SEAL 'Ye Design Modern
going to camp. It will be a week 6/19 4t 7/10 ) A. Darby above named Court and cause and
good time to seed or sprig grasses. la Clrt'.1t 'e.rt. Draaterd Clerk of the' Circuit Court you are required to serve a copy of A Just Mail Us A Pattern for
of fun that will enjoy and Coa.tT. Ey Marian L. Crosby, -
you It is also desirable to get Florida, IB Chancery. Deputy Clerk your answer or pleading to the complaint -
remember. Irene I. Tucker. 6/26 4t 7/17 on the Plaintiffs Attorney Table Tops
Clrcnlt Plaintiff[ vs. Carl -
Coart. Bradford
summer County
lime spread during if L. Yorker Defendant A. J. Thomas. Jr., Starke. Fla.

Sweet We Potato have sources Vines of improved. you anticipate seeding clovers this Arlene Florida C.In Parks'Chancery., Plaintiff, vs. Jessie Order Of Publication Case No. 9894, Ia Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR CoaatT.. the and file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office on of 318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353

I fall. You not only have better P. Parks. Defendant. ... and Notice Ta Florida In Chaieery. or before the 27 day of -
copper-skin potato vines that-are: r.....Q"""" v.''''' !.lQ...,.7 -- .-. .-. a. .. .
a-- -
chance lime when -
getting you Nonce To Appear*
grown from weevil-free potatoes want it, but there is a little better Ta: Jessie P. Parks, whose resi- "
.: and are ready to be. cut dence and address is: 1737 Ferrying
that price for summer delivery. Too Sqd. Dover Air Pa&e. Dover, Dela-
Sweet potatoes are a'crop,
. many people ,wait till fall when ware.
I think has good possibilities for You are hereby notified that a
the spreaders are busy then have .
us,. Jt Is a crop that will make suit for
Divorce and restoration SHOVAkLYThe
to walk of
good. yields if growing sBradford maiden name
are, favorable and can ,be Poultrjmen has been filed against you in the
August 24-29 there win be a above named Court and cause and
for a better market if you do not you are required to serve a copy of
want to sell when harvesting. statewide meeting at 4-H Camp your answer "or pleadings to the
McQuarrie which is in Lake County complaint on the Plaintiff's
Sweet potatoes will respond well Attorney William D. Morgan
to 700 to 1000 pounds of)-8-8 or15 This will be the twelfth'annual 507 Clark Building Jackson-
meeting. All phases of poultry ville, Florida
(- per acre. If rows and file the original In the office of
are. 3 1.2 to 4 feet apart and you production are discussed during the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor

set 12 to 14 inches in the row the week. before 20 day the of July, 1953; Undersigned Stores In Cooperation With The Merchants Division of

you will need 10M to 12M plants The only cost for this meetingis This! notice shall be published ,
once each:: week for four consecu
per acre. *; i toJ ljllll meals. Sleeping accommodations : tive weeks In the Bradford Count {
Farm BureauIeet.. are free. Poultrymen take Telegraph. .
Dated this 17 day ''of June, 1953. The Chamber of Commerce
Friday night eight o'clock is their families. There will be roc (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby

Clerk of the Circuit Court
Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
fi/19. !'..It 7/1A__
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-n la The_ County_Jade* Coart IB 1

MOVINGLOCAL And State Far Of Florida Bradford County, ". WILL BE CLOSED :

Deceased.IX RE: Estate. of: J. B. Carlisle. Jr., .

'. Safe PHONE !Netlre of Filing PetitleB For Final
DUeharire of AdmlnlxtratorTO
C1 RN;
LONGDISTANCE Economical 311 Notice is hereby given that I have

s R. B. Alvarez OR lisle filed, Jr.my of. deceased final the Estate returns: that of I as J.have administrator B. filed Car- I All 4th

Agents For TRANSFER AND 250JSTORAGE my that petition I will apply for final to discharge the Honorable and Day Saturday July I IL"

Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO., Bradford Theron A.County Yawn,, County Florida,Judge on July of

15, 1953, for approval of the same
and for final discharge as admIni-
strator of the estate of J. B. Car-
lisle. Jr. deceased.
June 9. 1953. .
AL KAY CARLISLE. .... jjwjj7'( JI.,
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Perryman Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida Administrator of the estate of --:.'
J. B. Carlisle, Jr., deceased. ,.J :;f < '. '_. -
6/19 4t 7/10 I .,, ":' .f. f f4'V' ., ':z

HtrubrumfuuLrwft % NOTICE TO APPEAR a

Expert { Michael Florida fa Circuit IB Flemi Court.Claa.'ig Bradford. rT.Plaintiff Coast, vs SAFE Jl SANE'

Truly 4i Honoura Notice T.Fleming Appear., Defendant.Case No. 98831 1 H :

Radio And To: Honoura Fleming, whose res- wf
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idence and address is: 202 Park ,1'
Terrace Hartford. Connecticut .+
SERVICEALL You are hereby notified that a
Drive k- Swim
suit for Carefully Cautiously.

Divorce, custody, control and ",.,
support of minor children '
MAKES ALL MODELS has been filed against you In the .f.;
above named Court and cause and
youare required to serve a copy o'
ESTIMATES CALL 239 your answer or pleading to the
FREE ( complaint on the Plaintiff's
Attorney T. Frank Landrum,

Most Experienced Finest Equipped\ and Starke file the, Florida.original In the office \4;_ -

of the Clerk of the Circuit Courten

Satisfaction Guaranteed or before the .. ,. _
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20 day of July, 1953::: II "
otherwise the allegations of said

Chas. C. Shepherd Complaint This each by notice week you.will shall for be four taken be consecutive publishedonce as confessed Enjoy The 4th "At Home" On One of The Many Beautiful Lakes In This Area

I Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers! weeks in the Bradford County Tele

PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.JTTTyTVTTTfffTVTTTTTTTTTTTyfTTfTTTTTTTVTfVTffTTfl graph.Dated this, 17 day of June 1953. ..,*%*-i.i.,*-ij j -y I-*-*'-*'' 1- .." -*' ... ,,,," ....., ffff' r ffff****fff,, r i.* .f r r m-f r ff rf f" m-m-. ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby "
Clerk of the Circuit Court. **

'By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 6/19 It Clerk.7/10 Everything You Need'For A Grand And Glorious Fourth of July Can Be Found


!NOTICE TO APPEAR In Starke Stores Food, Picnic Supplies, Fishing Tackle, Play Clothes, SwimSuits
IB Circuit Court Bradford Count

,cAc No need to worry about Nancy Florida M. la Callahan.Chaacery.Plaintiff v and Sporting Goods BUT Don't Be Caught Napping! Remember -,

the safety of your jewels Joseph C. Callahan, Defendant.Case No. 987Nasiee cI We Will Be Closed ALL DAY SATURDAY July 4th So Be Sure

To Appear. To For All Items Food For The Entire
and valuable papers. For To: Joseph C. Callahan. whosresidence :; Shop Including Weekend-Not Later ,
0' and address is: 219 Forest'I

just a few cents a month New Avenue York.Massapequa, Long Island i CThan Friday, July 3rd. .. ,I' /, _

:'J Your are hereby notified that a
r a safe deposit box is yours suit Divorce fnr ) '

has been tiled against you In the '_:! _. ,.
(& / for absolute protection above named Court and cause and Ed Simpson -- Gem Jewelry Torode Chevrolet Co.
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading f) the complaint

Evan on T.the Building Evans.Plaintiff, 103 Jacksonville* Law!'Exchange Starke Hardware Co. Starke Builders SuppliesStump's

and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Williams Dept. Store
Friendly Bank or before the 13 day of July, 1953; Jewelry ..
otherwise the allegations of said' r

Keystone Heights, Fla. complaint by you.This. notice will be shall taken.be as published confessed ." Alvarez Store *}% ; Leila's Dress & Gift Shop

Member once for consecutive '.
weeks in the Bradford County Tel
graph. < Conner Bros. Insurance Co.Lawson's
Dated this Id day of June, 1953. i Van H. Priest Company .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Cou.By ."r P
Marian L. Crosby Deputy tier Robbins' Store 1 Cold Storage & Market
'11: 4t 73IB Dept. _

Bradford The Cirealt'C.urt('..at,.. la. na.IB And ry.For t Florida Bank At Starke f ti Hardy Brothers Motor Co.

INTEGRITYt In Re: Adoption of Rita Doris Avery "

,- n TO:WHOM Kenneth IT G.MAY Avery CONCERN Shamrock AND ?' Member-FDIC (!=" E. T. Shull Plumbing & HeatingThe

of conduct and dealing with better Trailer Park. Messena New York. Hart Furniture Co. .
You are hereby notified that a
thoughtfulness and economy in all petition has been fled in the above -.- Washeteria
entitled Court by C. A. Long and '"
our serving these mark the reput- his wife. Pauline Long for the adoption S. R. Johns Grocery
of Rita Doris ,
Avery a minor
able of this well known firm. New Method Cleaners
quality by the petitioners, and you are required -'I 1 ,
to serve a copy of your answer
or objections to show cause C. H. Furniture Co.
why said petition should not ba Driggers Andrews Motor
granted, on the attorney for peti-l. ,

De W'ITT C. JONESPhone tioners.Building,William Gainesville N. Lon Florida. Mi11, a ;..I.!] Western Auto Associate Store d .

file the original in the office of t ;' Chas. C. Shepherd Radio & TV
7 Starke Fla. clerk of Circuit Court on or befor'
the 14th day of July, 1953. In his

ti- J4fzr ,..,......... office Herein in Starke.fail not Florida.or a decree pro; Sanders Watch Shop t': Simpson Urquhart Pontiac

confesso will be entered against I ,: .
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOar : 'Jj-l-"
you.Witness my hand and seal of this, The Cleaner ,
local funeral home taablea u to offer conveniences aatfenricea Court In Starke Florida this 9 day Doyle Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co.
of June. A.D. 195J.- i
not otherwise available. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby \ '

r 6 6 61 66 ., 1114 Clerk of said Circuit 6/12 Court 4t 13IB :- Denmark Furniture Co. The Star StoreBarksdales'Dept.

W. furnish the highest type cervtce at lowest price, and Co>rt Of C.BB7 judge, Bradford Electric Service t-" '

In Re Estate of; Olive Elizabeth Ray
company u p&rme:1-lD part or in full on a funeral NOTICE OF EXECVTOR FOR .

ConwlUtion.' c&rriec no obligation. FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given to all
.,. 6 1 I 11' 6 I ##111 ., It may concern, that on the 10th day'


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FRIDAY, JULY !, 1933 '
f' At The Tabernacle Presbyterian Church Rm'IV.\L MEETING Mrs. Gerald Roberts. ..oilMr. ', : _. '_ :
OUR.- I AT CLAY lULL I and. Mrs. A. Miller return- -- -
i Revival services will begin Sunday ed home last Friday from a busi-
The Thursday afternoon Prayer Sunday, July 5-Sunday School 11 July 5, at the new Ebenezer ness trip to the southern part of EARLCOOK'S
Meeting at the Gospel Tabernacle 9:15: a.m. :Morning Worship ,
Baptist Church at Clay Hill. Song' the state
are the most important of :3m. sermon topic, "The Parable ;
each Pol-
and Prayer Service will begin A group of our teen-agers
the services each week. I of the Ten Bridesmaids" evening at 7:30 o'clock, with I lyann Wait, Stanley and Annette

,_. Sunday morning the message Since the minister will be serv- preaching at 8. W. D. Jones, pas- Green, and their houseguest; Pat,
-- and Scripture reading was brought ing as Bible instructor at the tor of the church, says -rhere enjoyed an afternoon swim at
Christian Church: St. Mark's Episcopal by F. R. Sacher of of park the Gideons.of the Suwannee Presbytery Pioneer will be good singing, good pray- Glen Springs Monday.
Rev Raymond E. IaeB1ah1 a Camp at Camp O'Leno.next week, ing, and good preaching. The Mrs. Clef Kelley and daughters
Sunday, July 5-Bible' School Soldiers who ,were stationed at all week-day services will be can- (Holy Spirit will be there and of Wildwood were Thursday and .
9(5: 'L m. Morning Worship and Schedule of SemeN camp Blanding during World War celled except for the adult chOir your friends will be there. Come Friday guests of the Lloyd Dyals
Communion, 11 L m.. sermon SUNDAYS II return occasionally to renew practice on Wednesday, July 8, at I I and meet them" Edgar L. Maroon and the C. S. Kelleys.
"Unity". Chrlstian Endeavor Hour' acquaintance and bring friends to is to be will be the to
8 If the minister evangelist.TIIERESSA Friends will be glad hear
Church School. pm.
beautiful color : Lm. see the oU painting. Among those
1 p. m... showing contacted, he can be reached that little Ramona -Harrell Is
& Sermon
., Morning Prayer ; Mr and
the "Later Galilean Ministry a.m. returning recently were
film on clerk of .
Serve through Guy Andrews, I home and is p.pidly improving.As
Young People's
: 'p.m. trs. Charles Whary'or
of Christ", .Evening
message session The minister will return nOPE BAPTIST ClIURClI of yet, she isn't allowed too
'League. and their' friends, :Mr. and ?
"Love of GQd", 8 p. m. Ice Friday, July 10. Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preach- much company but we hope in
Ladies Council business meet-I HOLY COOUn-nON Mrs. Wright. Service 11 m. Training will be
ing a. ; the near future that she
11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- The Fourth of July will lie observed -
8 in.M14week 1st. SundaY
tug Tuesday p. meet- Church'of God Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service out playing once again with all
Prayer Service and day 7:30 a.m. at the Saturday night \
8 p. m. her little friends. Groceries -Meats
Hebrews FRIDAY ing with a patriotic program. Feed
Bible Study ot nth Chapter .
Meditation The Lord's Supper will be ob- Sunday School 10 Yom' "A church earnestly contending Jackie Dyal left Sunday to at-
8 Choir 7:30 Litany d
Wednesday ,m. :
p.' I p.m. 5. tug Worship 11 a.rn. EveningService for the Faith which was once de- tend business school in Jackson-
served Sunday, July
Practice toUowin&: I S p.m., Choir Rehearsal. -Juje 1-2 Mile From
. I 7:30 p.m. YPE Service, livered unto the Saints Starke City Limits North
Tuesday 1:30: p.rn. Prayer ttee" 3. A welcome awaits you. Sparks of Gainesville
I Ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday -Merle Packman, pastor. was a Monday night guest of Mrs. Phone 339-J

You Are Cordially Invited To. Attend the Silver Anniversary Services Lawtey .L. A. Dyat. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, JULY 3
r Sunday School 10 a.m. Mornn PENTECOSTAL HULAIESSCHUECII I Mrs. Nita Dyal was visiting

For Our Pastor.Rev.1V.. E. Hall, On Th ,Occasion Of His 25th Year Ing Worship 11 a.m.. YPE Servo friends in Aubumdale last week-
trig Saturday 7:30: p.m Sunday School 10 a.m. Swifts VIENNASAUSAGE

In 'The Pastorate of ,This Church, Sunday,July 5, 1953. Morning Service 11 &.m. end.Mrs.. Lucille. Baxter and chil-
St Edward's Church Evening Service 7:30: p.m.Prayer dren of Jacksonville spent the Can
1 '>.' Meetings Wednesday weekend visiting the Wade Har- 19C S
night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigh the Cephus Harrells
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. rells and
Weekday Mass, ''t:30: a.m.Children's Hilda, small daughter of the
Class saturday ,11a. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Cep.hus Harrells, returned to Jax WHITE
Special Speakers LATTER DAY SAINTS them for a few da 's.
Special Services >> m. with
I Keystone elg1lts Services each Sunday In old :Masonic Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Croft and bs

All Day .Sunday : s (Women's Club) Hall on B. Call St. Sunday family, of McMinnville Tenn. are POTATOES 10L 29C

Jul ll 5th Dr. Bob Ingle Sunday Mass 8 a. m. School 10 a. m.. Sacrament Service visiting Mrs. Eva Harrell and the
Confessions before all trasses. 6:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Tom Edwards In Worthington
e 3 n : Rev. Eddie Jlurrhee Springs. 7 Minute .
Dinner/On The Rev Roscoe Church of Christ turned home from a trip to New- Pk

Corner 10th and McMahon port News, Va., and Chapel Hill, PIE CRUST MIX 10C
Grounds $ ,. Davidson Preaching-11 A. M. and N. C.

Pa81 "'B 731:4 = P..L Mrs. R..E. Hazen was the week
: : Bible Study Grace G.
Bob Meeting and
Rev. Gray Prayer
r, Wednesday 7:30 P. tL end guest of her sister-in-law Cashmere Bouquet
Birthday r>d each :> Mrs. A. E. McKinney, in ..starke.
: Rev. George Hodges Bible SChOol-10 A. M.SEVENTH Young Pt>ople's Rally, Mary Frances Hazen spent last
I I at S SOAP 3BathSizeBars
DAY The New River Association weekend with the Jack Hazens 31C

Special Music ; .., Rev. Elbert Bowers ADVENTIST CHURCH Young People's Rally will be held Jacksonville Beach.
Sabbath in old Church on Mrs. Iva Mae Le\\is spent
Services each at the Brooker Baptist
And Singing o Dr. L. F. Chapman Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sa1- Wednesday, June 10, beginning at Thursday in Lake Butler visiting "Tin
Preaching 10 Luncheon will be' served her aunt and family, the R. K.
bath School 2 p.m. a. m. BAKE-RITE 3 19C
each second and fourth Sabbaths by the Brooker Church. Guest Dukes.
I and Mrs. E. M. Lewis
Elder Mostert, pastor speaker will be Miss Mary Gould
,. : .REV. W. E. HALL 3 p.m each Thursday 8 p.m. missionary from Thailand, formerly -, Lake Butler announce the birth
i Bible Study
China. of a son at Alachua Hospital last SNOW WHITE Factork Packed
welcome _
Everyone Saturday. He weighed in at 8

'I WOODL.\WN MISSIONARY W.A'ref.thoughtful U. Meeting study course-, entitled pounds that both 9 mother ounces,and and son we are hear doing SUGAR S 5 Lbs 39C

PINE I E L LEVEL L BAPTIST CHURCH C BAPTIST L4.\\"TEY,CHURCH, FL4. presented"Sa rifice at the, and home Song"of Mrs.was I Mrs.fine.Iva Mae Lewis and chil-

H. C. Douglas on Thursday, June
f 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m 25, from, 9 until noon. dren, Edward: and Jean spent
a. m.
6:45 Monday at the home of Mr: and I Lge
6:15 BTU : prayer
Starke, Fla. preaching. Mrs. Douglas, study coursechairman in Lake But- TIDE T 28C
service 7 o'clock services.song services,,, was in charge of the ler..frs. Malcoln Lewis
17:30 evening book.
.- Those from Brooker attending !.
l During the noon hour a covered i the shower at JacksonvU1e. Beach Yellow RoseFLOUR
I dish luncheon was served to those Mrs. Jack Ha-
last Thursday for
i attending: Mrs. S. F. Beard Miss Mrs. James Thomas,
zen were
Lubedia Pinholsler, Mrs. M. O. 25Lbs $1.87
I Mrs. R. E. Haze.n, and Mrs. Tom-
I WE VIVA Harrell, Mrs. Melba Green, Mrs.J. my Hamilton.Pvt ,
W. Thomas, Mrs'l R. F. Gano, Allen Lewis has returned
and Mrs. H. C. Do glas. FREE VASE
k, to Camp Pickett, Va.. after spend- --
The next social meeting'will be I trig three weeks furlough here
held at the Baptist Church, Wednesday with his family. Blue RoseRICE

The members of First Baptist Church, Hampton, invite you to hear the afternoon, July 15, at 3 W. T. Coram returned last Sat-
o'clock. he'
.. urday from Tallahassee where
jo. w W. T. Coram Jr., principal of attended Boys State as a counselor 5Lbs 61C
Revival'Sermons o f Y our Pastor i in this meeting the Brooker school, has announced for a week.

that a bus will leave the school
every Thursday at 12:30: p.m, for SWIFTS
Kingsley Lake. AU interested In
Nursery Open. participating in the school sum- HEAR BETTER 24-oz
: at mer the program school;are urged to meet OR PAY NOTHING!

The Howard Wait family en- II.UI..EnICK Cluuml'pJiITHa
joyed an afternoon swimming at I J. D.
Church Is Air-Cooled
Lake Geneva last Sunday.

a,. With Exhaust Fans Recent guests of Mrs. J. R. GRITS S.Lbs 43CMarketSpecjais

8 GREAT DAYS and Parrish children were of Mrs.Jacksonville Norman Rogers, Mrs. .

Roscoe Parrish and son of Palatka HEARING AIDS

and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Par- THIEEGIEAT, MODElSI
Everyone Welcome rish and little daughter of Starke.
EACH ....CoeddootWc.
r Gerald Gay Wallace Parrish, GILl $75. It 8114II11I.uIIul&t1..
and Avery Williams were, visiting
friends in Palatka recently. Gerald SMOKED
SERVICES BEGIN AT was the overnight guest of our CANOVAPHARMACY

Dinner On'The Grounds former resident, Bobby Willia. b.

8 P11 M 12th Spending Fathers Day with the SAUSAGE 33CSOUTHERN
Sunday, July H. B. Stokes in Starke were:' Mr.

and Mrs. Edd Polk and children,
Phone 160 Starke, Fla,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stokes and MAID
Pastor Bob Gray, family, J. E. Mott, and Mr. and LAALAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAFIRST

As Evangelist I I : 01/ E EO in quarters Lb 19C

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.. S1 .,Joy] 5, 7:30 p.m. -"The Climax of The Gospel"
I + Tues., July 7. 7:30 p.m. UWill Christ 'Come in Our Lb
I : THE TEN Day?" 33C a

Thur., July 9, 7:30 p.m -ren Great Fads About
Sun: A.M.. "Thou Shalt Have \'O Other Gods BeTburs: M'fhOQ Shalt Not Kill" -- 6th Command- Jesus Christ"Fri. I

\;" """ fore le9t'lst Commandment meat .. July 11. 7:30 p.m. -rile Four Ste To Reav" DA!

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FRIDAY.. ._ ZTTTYVyyyyyvyyvyyyY *. I"-. '
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Y'YjY'!' dren's Bible -Mission Canip Gilead '1 for a tax deed lobe issued] Clerk of the Circuit Court
:thereon. Said certificate emlracesthetoUowing )By Marian above named Court and cause and
Farmers Must L.
at Polk City, ,The children earned described, property in I! Deputy' Clerk you arequired to serve a copy of

their trip'by memorizing 300 \11 BRADFORDDonald the County of Bradford State. of I, '. 7/3,4t 7/24. your answer or pleading to the
Heights complaint
Keystone Florida. to-wit: I SOTICE TO APPEAR on the PUletlff'a
verses from the Bible. Lots 6. 7, 8. 9 of Blk 21, Livingston !a Circuit CoarU Bradford County,.. Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, 221:
)[rs. Robert-Jackson spent last Keep Books Trub? & Cos Add to Flortdat I. Chancery Graham Building. Jacksonville,
by )Ir Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALA Starke. in Section 28. Twn 6 S. : Dorothy Temaftew. Plaintiff, Y*. Florida
.week in Ocala with her parents. Rahge 22 East. John Teinafeew, Defendant and.tiie the original: in the office of

LiLA .Mrs. Kerrigan (Scotty)) la back Richie who has been a Marion was also elected to serve The assessment of the said prop- Case No. 9J03 or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on

vacation in Scotland.A (continued from page one) courthouse for House of Representatives.The erty under the said certificate issued Notice To Appear 3 day of August U
The., Keystone Heights Catholic from her fixture in the over in the was i la the name .of Primus To: John Temafeew. whose resi otherwise *3;
of friends presentedMrs. the. of honor at had seven long days of Cart. dence -and address Is the allegations of said
group a year was guest boys I : c/a Co soli. Complaint
Club will hold a Bazaar at theVoman's inspection by agents of the comptroller Unless said certificate shall be dated Laundries, 1J2 will be taken as confessed -
Fraher with a house- and picnic at up"at six in the morningand SU by you. .
Pat a swimming party getting redeemed Borough
\ : Club on Saturday July according to law. the of Manhattan New York This notice shalT .
warming gift upon her moving into the Slade home on Kingsley last 'working hard until 11:30 at property described therein, wilf be New York. each'week .e publishedonce
18 at 12 noon continuing, through Refund claims for the months of for four consecutive
left "the Seems that Donald I know wouldn't sold to the highest bidder at the Yon are hereby notified that a weeks In the Bradford
will j her new home. .They Saturday .. night but they County Tele-
the evening. A ham supper July through December must be court door on the first Mon suit for graph.

be served at 5:30: pjn. Prices, $1 |selection to her and she chose postmarked prior to midnight, along with several other local trade their experiences for any- day in the month of August 193J;; Divorcehas Dated this 2 day of July, un
which is the S
wrought Iron furniture for her lads will be leaving in a few days thing. day of August 1853.;; been filed against you in the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
for adults and 50c for. children. December 31 in Order: to be in- Dated this 27 day of June. 1S53. above named Court and cause and Clerk of the Circuit Court

,, A snack bar serving hot dogs cold patio. clued in the January payment. for Marine. boot camp at Paula Also received a note from I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby you are required to serve a copy of By Marian 1.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
: and dry goods Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- your answer or pleading to 7/S It 7 2*
presented the
drinks, etc. will be open from noon 'The' new apparel Otherwise. the claim will carry Island S. C. ... He was Nancy DuPre who is attendingGirls ford County. Florida. complaint on the Plaintiffs

on. The winner of a contest now :store operated by Manown and over to the next SUB; months payment a new revised edition of the Bible State this week. She tools 7/S 4t 724NOTICE Attorney. Evan T. Evans. 102 TYTYTTYTY TV VT Y V TV TV V YTY T
being conducted will be presentedwith I i Scales Mad its opening last Satur- due in July 1954, and re:: by his hosts, the Methodist Youth a member of the Federalist Party j I Law sonville.Exchange Florida Building Jack- WHERE TRAINING AND
i next to Scales OF IMEVTIOX T'O
tickets for an air cruis to 'Uy in thebuilding fund fuel purchased more than Fellowship and Is having a wonderful time. REGISTER FICTITIOUS XAME and file the original In the office of EXPERIENCE
Havana Cuba for two. The Pro-I'Grocery. six months prior to mailing dateof Just heard a very omplete report Welcome to Lavonne Duncan, Notice is hereby given that the the tr before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on

will to the Mrs. Glockner's house on Lake the claim will be who has recently moved into town. undersigned, under the provisionsof 3 day of August 1953 If need truss
ceeds of the bazaar go disallowed. on the doings at Boys State, Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida, ; you a or surgical

tyiflding fund.A Geneva has been! sold. 1 The.' purchasers I The law -further provides that C. W. Slade and Marion Harrington Looks as if it Is gonna be kinda Acts of 1941. will register with the. Complaint otherwise the will be allegations talrn as confess of said support, you cannot afford. to

are Mr. and Mrs. Clerk! of the Circuit Court in and
card from Mrs. Baxter, vacationing refunds cannot run over $500,000in were Bradford County's able dull around town for' the next for Bradford County State of Florida. '!d by you. take a chance with year health,

in Worchester Mass, Douglas of Santa Fe Lake, who any one calendar year. representatives. They fell me that two weeks as many of the boys upon receipt of proof of publication once This each notice week shall for four!>e consecutive published by being Improperly fitted.
moved in. of this notice the fictitious
to have already In view of the leave for National Guard Camp in weeks in the Bradford Tele
getback divided County
says she would be glad I complicated bill the. boys were into four name of The Clothes Line under Here at Canova Prescription'
is losing popular rraph.Dated
for some Florida sunsh1 1e. many farmers are reportedly counties and each county into Alabama. So long fellowshere's which we are engaged in businesson this 30 day of June 1953. I I
Mr. and Mrs. Allport Center, we nave trained tech-
residents. Temple A/eaue Starke, Fla.
Mr., and Mrs. F. S. Dodd are wondering if .a small refund is four cities. Marion' and C. W., hoping you find the weather That the parties interested in said (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb
I II 'have sold their home on Lake Clerk'of the Circuit Court nidans, both male and female
the proud parents of a little girt 'I worth all the trouble involved. both ,members of the Federalist .cooler and the red bugs fewer than business are: Junius M. Smith and By Marian L. Ciosby. Deputy Clerk :
Geneva and are moving back to here (but I kinda doubtit Virginia W. Smith W. Madison SU 4t to serve you.Remember .
the. ones 7/3 7/24
vpricilla Marie, born last Sunday, Party campaigned for and were
(I former home. Starke -
Falls their
Father', Day 'in the! Gainesville Niagara elected to the office of commissioner -II don't you?) Dated this 3rd day of July A.D. JfbTICE TO APPEAR *-- your health and
Troop 70 .
hospital Mrs.' Dodd and the baby Mrs. Allport went by air on Tuesday of two different cities. -Brenda 1953. Stark' Bradford County Fla. !. CircuIt Court Bradford C..aty comfort depend on expert
to make some preliminary 7/34t7/24 I Flerldat IB Chaaeerr.
ar home and both doing fine. Petty Jean Campbell. Plaintiff, vs
Glenda Whitesides and Romesa. arrangements Honors At CourtBoy Controversial Seining Experiment Is Halted NOTICE TO APPEAR Edward Earl Campbell. Defendant fitting.CANOVA
Mrs. Eula Walker went this IB 'Clrealt Court. Bradf.rd CoBBty* Case Ko. 9H
Dan and, John Dodd were amonga 9'I.rlda. I. Cka.t'ery. Notice To Appear.To .
week North Carolina for a visit. After Loud Protests Fishermenologists
of children leaving here to Scouts of Troop 70 attended : By Sports Clarence BMrton, Plaintiff vs. Otelia : Edward Earl Campbell whose
She was accompanied by her I Barton., Defendant. residence and address is: .210 Le- PRESCRIPTION CENTEI
for a week, in the Chil- the Court of Honor Thurs Case No. 9309etlce
Monday on I Grand Street, Cheraw South Carolina. -
granddaughter Linda, who will The State's controversial seining dealers must apply writing for '
day. June 25, in Gainesville. \ To Appear. PHONE 4202
visit relatives in Southport, N. C. program in six Florida lakes such permits and state where their To: Otelia Barton. whose residence '- You are hereby' notified that a
Merit Badges were awarded at isi State Mental Hospital. suit for (Near Hospital)
discontinued the
Spike, Vance is home on a two was by Game fish are stored.
this time to Robert Jan Petersburg Virginia. Divorce, temporary aid perma-
weeks leave. He is stationed at Kelly. and Fresh Water Fish Commissionat The Commission's action stop- You are hereby notified that a nent alimony attorney's fees Gainesville, Fla.

. Camp Gordon and has recently Mundorff, Charle3'Kirkland, Lonzo a meeting'held in Tallahasseelast ped immediately the seining currently suit for and restoration of maiden name
RK Kirkland, Charlie Manier Divorce and custody of minor has: been filed'against you In the AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALVAREZ'
been made sergeantMr. week. in operation in Lakes Harris children I I

I and Mrs. A. L. Smith and Tommy Stalling, and Freddie i The action came after several and Eustis in Lake County and has been filed against you In the .
Stephens. above named Court and cause and .
children have returned to their hours of hearing during which old Lake Reedy in Polk County. It you are required to serve a copy of

Fri. Sat.-July 3, 4 home in Cincinatti Ohio. They Jan Mundorff and Charles j I arguments for and against the also stopped operations scheduled' your answer or pleading to the I i STORE Ments.Clothing-Il' :
Kirkland were advanced to the complaint on the Plaintiff's II'
DOUBLE FEATURE were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,supervised experimental project for July 1 in Lakes George Cres- Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103 Established 1894
rank of Star
Scout Archie
while and commission bi- Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville -
3F.. Grayson of Brooklyn BayTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT |were repeated cent and Okeechobee.

No Holds Barred, I I Green and Charlie Manier successfully .I were criticized and de Certain fishermen have been and tile the,original Florida in the office of

With Leo Oorcey anil the passed their tests for I fended. The program, scheduled permitted to seine these lakes and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

Bow try Boys First Class. I I I for three years had run only .a sell the panfish after they were or before 3 day the of August, 1953; FOR A HAPPIER
Tommy Stalling. D. Ritch Green
-AndSILVER ;I little more than a year. tagged so that: they could be iden- otherwise 'the allegations of said ,
Billy Carter Irvan Covington, and | Complaint will be taken as confessed -
CITYIn I I Commission biologists backed tified as legally caught They were by
Bill Alderman were advanced to by a committee of national experts required to return bass and pick This notice shall be publishedonce FOURTH OF JULYGET
Technicolor Second Class. I I each week for four consecutive
I the
claimed that the program II erel to the waters and destroy. weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
The two I I
O'Brien and Troop won awards at '
With Edmond would improve sports fishing by roughfish. graph. j YOUR
Yvonne DeCarlo this meeting one for advance Dated this 1 day of July. 1953.
ment and one for attendance. I destroying roughfish and reduc- Commissioner A. Sterling Hall OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I'
Pius Serial Chapter 8 and I ling panfish populations to benefit Bradenton. said he" felt the pro- Clerk of the Circuit Court

Color Cartoon i Scoutmaster Accompanying Harry the Green boys were and bass and other sports species. This gram was sound in its basic scientific By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 7/3 4t Clerk 7/24 ; LARGE Ice Cold WATERMELONS$

Scouters program has been opposed by a aspects and eventually

Sun., Mon.-Wuly 5, 6 Kirkland. Stalling, Stephens. and I great many people all over the would become a part of fish man- IB Clrcalt XOTICE Court 1O, Bradford APPEAR C..t,

GUNSMOKEIn I State. agement in land-locked lakes but Florida In Chancery.<<
Richard Mullaly. Plaintiff vs. Irene
Technicolor, Hundreds of telegrams, letters as practiced on.the St. Johns Riv- Mullaly. Defendant. I ICase'No.

Alvarez Wins and petitions were sent to the er system it was no 'more than a 9908'Notice j
Audie ,
With To .

Cabot and Paul Kelly Fraidy Cat Softball meeting either in favor. or againstthe "commercial.. _" L enterprise"_: ____ ._ .because._ ft_.._ : Irene MullalY. whose residence I.
Tourney;,, program. tnere aid( noi: apprar 10 ua: IUI- and address is: :Miliedgevme State I
Plus "Dog That Cries Wolf I I J Miller V. Joiner Jacksonville, in which to check the results. Hospital. :Milledgeville. Georgia. I j
way Your
Cartoon and Latest World News KING of the beasts but <:I Defeats Foresters made the motion to end the pro- discussion on the suit for are hereby notified that a
During a
he's just as scared of fire,-as gram immediately and Director i operating budget for the next child Divorce and custody of minor I

:: Tues., July.7ONLYDiplomatic we all are. I Alvarez was declared winner of Charles W. Pace was.instructedto fiscal year the Commissioners decided has been filed against you in the I
above named Court and and
CourierWith notify all fishermen in the. pro cause )
Fortunately do the second half of the county soft- to continue the seining pro- you are required to serve a copy of
can some-
you to end immediately.
Tyrone Power 'ball gram operations Lake Reedy. Commission your answer or pleading to the complaint AT
league tournament when Law- gram on
thing about it. First 'on the Plaintiff's
you They were given to July 1 to Attorney
Also Cartoon and News I tey defaulted in the playoff scheduled -I, personnel will do the work on Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange -
eliminate the fire I all their
hazardsin and
can equipment
1 gear will be Building Jacksonville I
and all
this week. Alvarez also this lake panfish
home .and second 't out of the waters. Florida !
Wed. Thur.-July 8, 9 your charitable institutions.
the first half of the tournament. donated to arid file the original In the office of
Florida retail fish dealers will
DOUBLE FEATURE you can protect your home Final standings for the second This project will be financed most- tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court on Temple Avenue
be permitted to dispose of tagged or before the 3 day of August. 1953;; ;
CITY BENEATHTHE values with strong insurance.Call half were: Alvarez 7-i; Hi-Y' 6-2; ly by Federal funds. otherwise the allegations of said
bream and crappie on hand Also Peaches
on us. Lawtey 5-3; Slade 1-7; Blanding I I' The Commission agreed to con complaint will be taken as confessed -!! Cantaloupes --
SEAIn 0-8. through June 30, 1953. Sales after by you. j I
tinue a program of removing This notice shall be published'
I that date will be in violation 3)f
Technicolor Tuesday night the in all five divisions once each week for four,consecutiv.
On roughfish
Commission rules and no retail predatory w -
With Robert Ryan Mala Pow H. C. WALL field Alvarez defeated the Florida licenses will be issued for such i with seines operated by its [.. - u_ __ .,
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m, .Anthony Quinn and Susan Forest Rangers of Lake City 12-10. sales. i own crews. This too will be financed I. (.OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 1 day) Charles of July.A.1953.Darbj j ---

Ball Bill Epps pitched for the winners. Florida wholesale fish dealers I. by Federal aid funds.. Clerk of the Circuit i See Our I
The two teams will meet I By Marian L. CrOSbY, Deputy court.j
PLUS HIT NO.2'Under again will be; allowed to transport tagged Also passed was a motion to I 7/3 )

Phone 146 next Wednesday on the Starke I bream and. crappie now frozen prohibit the taking of game fish I I
The Red Sea field at 8 p.rru NOTICE TO APPEiRIB
in .storage to out-of-state markets by.*use of trot lines and bush Cirrnjt C.art Bradford CoBBty. FLOOR. MODELS AND

AH True Under Water 200 E. Call Street I through August 31, 1953 on hooks. The Commission prohibitedthe Florid< I. Chancery.<< I I

Wonder Show StarkeAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Hog Serum Supply 1 special permit only after their use of any hooks on trot lines Manuel Reese, Defendant.Reese Plaintiff.Case Xo.. Marie 9857;; i

__ Also World News Is stocks have been inventoried by and bush hooks with a size smal- Notice To Appear. i DEMONSTRATORSR.C.A.
I 4,0.Funeral To: Marie Reese, whose residence
than .
I Wholesale ler
Commission personnel.
and address is: 214 Summit Avenue. .
State Board Says Jersey City. X. J. I
I -- You are hereby notified that a <
:sHI Florida's Share SundayFor suit for II |

\1m. 1L'ol..TlIIltiJ\) County Agent G. T. Huggins received -I I Divorce custody, control .and, TV Sets
::( Q'cID5OFOR ( :
; ; t word Wednesday that the Of U. S. Wealth ., support of minor child 1
I Ray Goodge I I has been filed against you In the
State Live Stock Sanitary Board's On The Upgrade I above named Court and cause and .

supply of hog serum and virus' is I you are required to serve a copy qtj
RENT-Three rooms aid bath FOR SALE-Washeteria doing between I J. Goodge, 53, died suddenly your answer or pleading to the complaint
cottage with Urge screened porch $%OO.to $!50 per week. Cash exhausted. "We will receive bids I Florida's increasing share of Ray on the Plaintiff's Attorney' I ,
and shady yard. Also furnishedand price 6000. Contact Mrs. E. E.I I on these products at the July 8 I Friday morning, June 26, followinga I T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla.!
unfurnished apartments close Henderson. tfchg'I Board the nation's wealth showed marked I heart attack at his home in and file the original in the office:
In. ZOl W. Ma4lson St. tf meeting and will have new the of the Clerk of the Circuit Courjt on I
FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. In- stock, Available a.:'loon after that I' improvement during past Starke. or before the 3 day of August. U53; REDUCED. TO SELL
Quire at Bus Station. tf I otherwise the allegations of said
4 date as it can be delivered," the dozen years. S I, Mr. Goodge was born Feb. 5. Complaint will be taken as con-! .

BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE onBlanding I I communication said. I This expanding economy of, 1900 in Bradford County near fessed by you. ,
Ice Cold Highway north side. Be-1) 1 I This notice shil! be published >
Huggins Starke and had lived here all of rsflttss: ==ss rssrsrssssflssflssflSSSSflSSSSSflASK
stated that
the at the -ares- be measured thestate's
tween two cement bridges 1 :: Florida may by one each week for four consecutive
I ml. from Call St. bridge. Write i| ent time ,he is "caught up"ith'' 'his life. He was a son of the late weeks in the Bradford County Tele-] FOR
share of national totals of
i to Mr*. Luclna M. Wynn, Bessent'!
: graph.
the demand j and Green Goodge. He
Road Rt. I, Box 2-C. Starke. Fla. for serum here. He Jerry Mary I
I : factors the FloridaI Dated this 29 day of 'June, 1953. i
atennellonsSTARKE I tf chg does not know, however, when he significant I was a member of the Baptist' (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby'' FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONC.

will be able to supply the demandIf 'State Chamber of Commerce points' Church and had been employedby" Clerk of the Circuit: Court I ,
LET J. D. ODOX. JR. I I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.!
AT HANDLE YOUR new applications come to his of-'out the W. H. Smith Co. in Timber _ 7/3 4t 7/24
CATTLE AND HOGS ice. j I naval stores, and livestock opera- I Ir.
-SALES- .. I The total income of Floridiansper :\XOTICKI'0 APPEAR

ICEPLANT Live Oak. Each WedaeadayGalaesvliIe grew from 1.19 per cent of the national tions for several years. ClrrBlt Coprt. Bradford County
Each FrUUr '
Mrs. W. E. WrightMrs. ,total in 1940 to 1.64 per Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Michael Florida Scholark IB ClaaeerT., Plaintiff vs. Ida CHASI C. SHEPHERD

RADIOS REPAIRED. cent of national in 1952. At the Myra Varnes Goodge, and a foster Mae Scholack. Defendant.. I

AU Make AU ...el. W. E. (Naomi) Wright same time, cash income of farmers s'>n. Ray Harper Goodge of Starke; \.tle T. Appear. Case No. .8910 I, .
Rea..... 1
rkarcr. C. SHEPHERD- guarsateedCHAS. R.O.- a former resident of Starke, increased from 1.37 per cent to three brothers Jim Goodge C Win To: Ida Mae,Scholack.. whose ftsl-I
res W. 'Call 81. died ter Haven and Jack and Lonnie dent and address' Is: 119 RADIO TV SEAT COVERS
Stark Pfc., 238 Thursday, June 25. in a 1.42 per cent, but was slightly HUh Street, New York. New, York.

FOR SALE-It month old Angus Jacksonville hospital after a long I I under the 1951 proportion. Bank Goodge both of Starke; and a sister You are hereby notified that at\ Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

Bull well bred. Reasonably pric VANTED-Graduate nurse 01 illness. She is niece in Florida were .76 Mrs. Etta Dyal of Graham. suit for Divorce! has been filed I .
licensed practical for general a of Mrs. resources per against you in the above named -- ,
ed. E. Conner. tf .
duty. Doctor's Clinic Hospital. Laura Johns of Starke, and movedto I cent of national in 1940, increas-I Funeral services were held at Conrt and cause and you are required -- lit'- .. -. - .

FOR SALE-4 2/4 acres. Nearly new SOI W. Call St.. Starke. Fla. tf Jacksonville 42 years ago. She ing to 1.23 *r cent Mast year. the New River Baptist Church swer or to pleading serve a copy to the of complaint your an.

kitchen 4 rooms sink and bath complete, hot water 4 fine FOR SALE *- :T: '8" :x: U" Con was a member of the Methodist Florida retail sales,. grew from Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock with oa the Plaintiffs Attorney
bath. !U miles South of Starke. crete Mortar Block Mix lSo and'eaoh.Cement.Plenty Brad.of Church. 1.46 per cent to 1.93 per cent; Rev. S. E. Sparks officiating. In- Florida T. and Frank file Landrum.the original Starke.In the [

Rt 100. ;'A real buy for quick ford Engineering Company. Phone Surviving are four daughters, postal receipts from 1.22 per cent terment was in the family plot in office of the Clerk of the Circuit
ale. See at any time. L. R. Gelger. ,
'LFOR tf Court before the 3 day of Aug ii1Nj1Phone
7/S Jtp Mrs. Ruth Home Jacksonville; to 1.59 per cent and federal internal -I the church cemetery under the ust. Uii on ;or otherwise the allegations -

S.\LE-I bedroom house on Mrs. Carolyn Anders Moore, Atlanta revenue collections in direction of DeWitt C. Jones. of said Complaint will betaken I
FOR SALE-Two bedroom frame I large let. Has big tlCreenM'baek
; and Mrs. \V.- M. Florida from .07 cent to .93 as confessed by you I
house complete with hot water porch and fenced backyard. Equip- ,,, Watkinsand t per This notlc, sballe publishedonce
neater and bath on Alton Rd.' ped with attic fan. automatic floor Mrs. W. A. Creech, both of per cent. each week for four consecum WEEK
Juniors Lose 4-0
Terms. See Frank Thomas onpremia. furnace. electric hot water heater. weeks In the Bradford County Tela.graph .
Jacksonville two Other }
.... Itp 8/14 automatic Bendlx washing machine ; sons, Albert M. measures expressed in I

<< and Venetian blinds thru- Wright and William A. Wright, volume rather than value were Dated: this 1 ddy: of July. UU BrAt
FOR RENT-Four room house withrunning Double To GainesvilleStarke's OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby
out. )
garage with extra Jacksonville
; and a brother Jess production from .9
electric power
water. 4 miles out on Rat- large storage room connected. 4JJ Clerk of the Circuit Court
ford Road. Rodman Underbill. W. Moreland. See, J. T. Moore Strickland, Jacksonville. Per cent to 1.59 per cent; passenger By Marian, L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. 1

Starke.: :tp 7/3 Pure Service Store Corner. Walnut FuneraTservices were held tAd car registrations from 1.51 Junior Baseball Team 7/J 4t 7/24
80 Starke Fla
and Madison. tf -- -
POTATO E.4 FOR S.\L1-U per Saturday afternoon at 4 'o'clockin : I cent to 2.22 per cent and tele- was defeated 4-0 by the Gaines- SOTICE TO APPBR ,
)O{. I eat them; t: pr .1. you cut IB Circuit Oart. Bradford C....,.
FIXE CHAXCE TO OWX a little the Naugle phones from 106 per cent to 1.79 ville Juniors in Gainesville Tues- I
X. GrlffU < Jacksonville .
them: CColeman. Loop. home with about 2 Small! Chapel F..r..... IB ChaB *r7.
Starke. '- Stp 7/17 down payment balance acres.like rent. with Rev. c F. H. Kreuger, .per cent. During the '!interval day night. FranciS M. C. Brown Plaintiff, vs. 2 PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE $179.95

A RL'RAL WATKINS ROUTE I? W.Delightful HJ suburban 1000atl 1I. Mrs. pastor of St. John's Lutheran I Florida's -population increased : Gainesville didn't get a man on Hazel V. Brown, Defendant.Case No. 9899JTetfrc

NOW AVAILABLE In Bradford Nnllman. Starke. tl Church officiating. _Interment from 1.41 per cent of national to 'first base until the fifth inning. T. App..*r. you OLD SUITE

'ring'County.tlS.OA.Nearby and dealers more. now per mak-day. FOR near SALE school.Lots 13 down in North, balance Ren or -vas in Evergreen Cemetery. 1.99 per cent as of the middle of when a few costly errors by Starke To: Hazel and address V*. HrownJ II. MorrUtowa whose. residence 40.00 I

''Thia I I. one of the best routea.' long terms. D. E. KniKht" tf Recent Births last.year. gave the opponents' lead that New York.
Proposition' open to man or worn: You are hereby notified that
Although Florida's share of overtaken. a
was never .
Write Tt.'f' Watkins '
'an.Company.. i5J West Peacbtree-R. .. FOR per S.U.E-8\\'Ht thousand. J.potato D. Clarke r1n* on|J Mr and Mrs. C national totals of these: items I Rivers pitched the first five suit Divorce for BALANCE $
Cyril L. Pickren.Jr. .
N. E, Atlanta Ga. .wt.y varies little from :&at been filed against you In the
UP one per cent inning 'for Starke, 'and Akridge 1
of ,
Stchg 717 Gainesville former residents i above named Court and cause and
FOR S.'LE-FI" room house. large of Starke, announce the birth of a even a fraction of a per cent, took over for the fir.il two. you are required to serve a copy of
FOR SALE Copperskla potato.Tines --tv I<<\tI*i.. bhws from ,4'hnnl. when expressed in dollars or large Next Tuesday night the Juniors your answer or pleadiag. to the i39'I
cat and delivered" In County. $t M. V. Pratt son. Cyril Lfston, IIJ>orn June 21 ; complaint on tb. Plaintiffs
Johns and
per 1000. F. C. Hodges. Rt. I. hln ...4 cor. 1t1) in Alachua Gen"'" l Hospital. volume means added millions to play Green Cove Springs here at Attorney Joseph K. Skipper. 211 'I'l'f
Box (1. Starke. Itp 7/16 the state. / 8p.m." Graham Building Jacksonville.
POTATO VIXLS FOR SALE. FOR 'RF.XT-.r apartment all Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Jr. u4 tile
$UI) turalshM Call .to.... .1ctrle h..'t, Gray the original la the-offic of
per thonaand. eut; will deliver.'Albert of CARD OF THANKS the Clerk of the-Circuit' Court on
private tath -M ""t,*,,<<. Adult Kingslff Lake are the proud Methodist Church -
Tjr on. Pleasant Grove Rt. S,. or before the .\
Box 1st. St rV.. i '" MI y. IO! Lafayette St. Jtp oarents of a daughter. Rhonda '::Miriam Borden wishes to expreSs S day of August 1953; %

JUICY. Horn June 22 in Alachua General Services for Sunday July 5 her thanks to all_people in otherwise the allegation of said i
LOST-Lad bracelet with light SWEET."ALFC1.\ Complaint will be taken* contest
Mn stones between Methodist ORANGES for ...1.. $J hn at f rm.Evtng Hospital Church. School 9:45 a.m. Morn and 'around Starke for giving her edbyyou..

Church and Demorest bOD\*. tturday pmtatn C. W, Jenkins ing Worship 11 o'clockith the the help she needed to' pull This notice rain e. published
night June: %0. Reward. R- near Ar'C. U..di Johnson, Fla. "ac. each week for tour consecutive
turn to Mr. A. W. .,...<......... ,.. (Putnam. County' ). (tp t/* Circle. pastor Rev. T. G. Mitchell using through the past three ononths. week la the Bradford County TeU- : (

,Odis Hinnant will direct the the topic "This Nation Under AU the help given was sincerelyand moh.
FOR SAuK -Modern S bedroom Dated this 27 day of June. 1JSJ. tt
house In City limits. owner moY.< SFECIVL SILKS swimming program which the God.. Sunday evening service deeply appreciated. She also (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

oat of town. JOS' W. Madison St. SET TIRF ol.5- WHITE POP.'"SIDKWAI.L BRIXDSPAXKBfG Rotary Club will sponsor under begins at 8 p.m. with a song service wishes to thank her friends for .

Phone !!!.J it.> the supervision of' the YMCA. led the flowers and visits
NEW QXES by George T. Huggins.The beautiful .

FOR BALE-Two fresh eow,. Jen- ... ALL .FIVE *M The two weeks program win starton pastor will use as his subject during her stay in the hospital W. C. T. U. ti

'first calf. Guernsey 2nd calt H. 1J BOB'S SERVICE STATION July 6 and will be concluded "The First Psalm", the first in :: Similar To I
.*'_.. with a fish fry. It win include series of I
.- Ztp 710KINDERGARTEN' STARKE. FL.Ol"SE \ Sunday night sermonson FOR TX DEED FREE AMERICA. DO YOUR ,4P: Ab.yePicture
instruction in swimming %.. let
and lifesaving "The Favorite Psalms. (Stute Bill
is hereby given.
Registration -{ .
FOR S.\LE-Flve and safety
general in the Mid-week
July J-8 for '$S.'H terra begin framed house can be moved room Prayer Service and and Nelle H. Nollman bolder of Tax TRAFFIC.NATIONA.L. f
ntng In Sept. borne to water. Every one welcome to Bible Certificate No. 74. issued the :21 day I
at or store. of new location.. Contact Conner Study is held each Wednes- VOICE

Mrs. Clyde ,Itit.. ltp Brothers la*. Age c.: Phone 285. participate. day evening at 7:30. In of my May office A. D.and. 1)5 has*. has made filed aWUca.'tl lame. ( )


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