Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Rational Guard Companies Leave For Alabama Camp Direct Home Loans

C >$a, ;. YY Are

ir Available Again

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1 kakx Xt The Direct Loan Law of the Veterans Administration

tN I 1100 has just been extended by the Congress for one Year and

1i. t ..' million dollars has
; been appropriated to sustain this
e EJ program according to A.
A tl st 1 Officer Thomas Jr., County Service

zt w The Direct Loan Program has
I if otherwise
during the five eligi-
tta past years, been ble for these loans.
the only means whereby Veterans '
The Service Officer said that the
< could borrow the
money with' advantages of this loan
'" which to build homes program
0' in Starke
over all others
and are: The lowest
County with the I interest
:A: zYrdg anywhere
exception of farm loans ;
by Veteran
given the right, With-
h.,. the. Farmers Home
out restriction, to select
j +fj tion the building
Thomas said. During the past
+ site he desires
; on the
r years 20 homes in the $7,000
plans and specifications for hU
If to $10,000 price range have been I home; choose his building contrac.
built under
t the Direct Loan Pro tor and to use both local labor and
gram and ten more are
This railroad station alp "STARKE, FLA." will probably look Guardsmen look expectantly down the track as train whistles inthe The outfit's heavy baggage is gi\'en'the- heave-ho as the train I under construction. presently material in the construction of

a lot better to local National Guardsmen after they have spent a distance. Headquarters Company ,has 67 enlisted men nine officers :stops briefly. for the men to load up. Hundreds of friends and relatives Under this program a veteran, his these home loans if he so desires. Also

I couple of weeks In the heat and red clay at Ft. McClellan, Ala. 'This and one warrant oficertlii Alabama for the two weeks' summer f crowded around the station to see the men off. Naturally the if found eligible and qualified by |.minimum of are red expedited and with a

is the scene at the local station stew minutes before a special train 'encampment. They have high hopes of winning the efficiency Guardsmen would like to get lots of mail while away, and theii.address the VA, can borrow up to a maximum and protection is tape afforded delay by

arrived at S o'clock Sunday .afternoon to take the men of Headquarters In-training trophy or at least be a close contender for this honor, is: Hq & Hq Co., 2d Bn, 124th Inf., 48th Inf. Div (Fla. Part) of $10,000 with which to periodic compliance
inspection by
also hare chance to take the attendance Fort build a home and will be
Company to camp. They a good trophy. McClellan, Ala. to allowed- VA representatives while the home

,;. -' .__- .. / _._ --- ,-- .,.. repay this loan in monthly pay is under construction.
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interested in these
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request for
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,}ff' II or Korea are application blanks.

A'e, Commissioners Will Meet Monday

/ Y. i f. ToBe nWork On 1953-54 Budget

r a It's budget time again and the Board of County CommisI .

I I sioners will meet next Monday for final study and adoption
\.. of the temporary budget, which will then be published and

finally\,approved at a later meeting after the people of the
t a Jya. pt o M.' d
county have had an opportunity to study it.
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Preliminary discussion of the ,tion and businesses. Total valueof

'This area is;also represented by>> a. _new'company, at camp this year Men.of the second and third march units of Co. B are pictured! Lt. Johnson (left) times march units out of the main gate at budget, ,took place ft the Board's I nonexempt"property on the

It'll.Co.,B ,(Rear). 748th Ordnance Battalion,, with headquarters/at at.Blanding, 'just before their departure last Saturday. Fifty enlisted Blanding. Also standing is Chief Warrant Officer Robert G. Paterson, regular meeting here Monday] 1953 tax roll was listed by Long
with the theme
j!Msjttouting.. This':'company! left .for !1tf: epsilon by motor. men and five officers made the trip under the command Of Lt. J. H.: while Sgt, Jack Eaves is riding In the Company's huge ten-ton to be "hold that in general line" seeming as 14,659,475.07. The 1952 total

"eoQvoy, lat' -Saturday morning. In abovp/photo, the"first march unit.WlthilVO Johnson. While at McClellan, Co. .B ,is giving maintenance !support wrecker. Personnel. Co. B consists largely of men employed in the further tax increases, Whether against I l was $4,452,492.07.The* Tax .

(Jg) John C. .Stephens In charge; waits for the 'takeoffsignal. to the 48th Infantry Division. The men: will return to Camp Bland- National Guard maintenance slops at Blanding. the Board can ,stick to this firm might be A slight Assessor change said in there the

._ 'I'i... .. ..-.. .- 4. ing..: on Sunday, July. 19.Bicycle .. -Polaroid 1-Minnte Photos by the TelegraphPost resolution.L._ H will be__ known: after. I;total due to the, tact.- that the
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: meeting next
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CityAccepts' New- Restaurant Races To Be Staged July 29 I Receipts Humphreys Picnic I ported Tax the Assessor'new values Gene of Long assessed re-I tested.the state The Comptroller is now being.thinks con

property to the
Board at its
1 meet. f that the railroad assessments

Under Way.HereConstruction Off.A. Little So"Far ng Monday, showing an encourag-I|should be raised, but the rail

....tilesOfer( For Youngsters At Keystone AirparkNotice Bigger Than EverThe 'ng increase of 5206,983.07 innonexempt 'I companies are vigorously fighting

began last weekon Gross receipts at the. Starke property in the coun the increase. Total railroad and

a new restaurant being built "- post office have shown a steady ty. I I'tejegraph assessment in Brad-

To by Guy Andrews for lease tc to all boys and girls: J Class C boys and girls 8 increase during the past four fis- annual 4th. of July picnicfor Long stated that most of this!I ford County is now listed at

Bury Dump Gold House 'Restaurants. Inc. of It's time for you to grease' and[ 'o 10. cal year periods. employees, friends and fami- increase represents new construe-1 i$864,355.The ,

Ocala. The chain expects to open oil up your bicycle .and make Classes and Bill race one Totals are as follows: lies of Humphreys Gold Corporation I

its branch here in October. ready for the big bicycle race mile in the \ distance race and Year ending June. 30, 1953 -
and better
The city's scrawling garbage! gets bigger every I
which will be. held at Keystone class: C will race 1-2 mile. The E
dump 1 I" fast disappearing follow The new building is being con $36,423.27; season. It :
Airpark on Wednesday July 29. other e'entsill be open to all ra 4kF
structed on the northwest cornerof : Year ending June 30, 1952 -
In? action by the ,City Council i; This year the outing attracted
T"ay night acceding an offer Temple Avenue and 11th Streeton Sponsored by the Keystone Only stock bicycles with regula- 33426.21; 691 persons and was termed the : a
100, ft. lot recently Recreation ,ion tires and sprockets can be Year ending June. 30, 1951 -
ma" 'by Hercules Powder Co. to a square Heights Department. S most successful ever staged by the
do the work of burying the unsightly !;purchased by llrr Andrews from the bicycle meet will include a used. No English or geared bicycles $2856964; company here. ? 42za

and unsanitary refuse Mrs. Mallory Thomas for a re- variety of features and will be will be allowed to enter any Year ending June 30, 1950. -
The their
white and
without cost to the city. ported price of 110,000. open to all boys and girls be- ,event. Entry blanks may be secured $21,396.42.
I friends and families
I I at the city park in Key- gathered on
The Gold House is tween the ages Qf eight and Gross for
corporation receipts determining
is located within
The dump a stone Heights at the USO in the shady southeast shore of
it; ._*'a throw of Hercules new headed by Glen Rush who was "jghteen, who live in the Starke- Starke. or by writing to CliffordA. they class of office, however, are Kingsley Lake in the Camp Bland- .,
formerly connected with the Glass Keystone Heights area. by calendar with the classof $
which year
maintenance shops, nave King. Director of Recreation ing reservation. The picnic grounds
been moved here from Waycross, House chain of restaurants. The The program will consist of Keystone Heights, Fla. All entry office. adjusted the. first of for colored employees and their .

Ga, and the' prevalence of flies, Starke unit will be the first com distance.races, slow races, ridingan blanks must be in the Keystone July following. The goal for families was on nearby Whitte- x

rat, and rwwnUoM In thAt area pleted by the new organization: obstacle' course, plank riding, Heights Recreation Department first class designation is $40,000. more Lake.Consumed.
officials of'the although another one is in the and stunt and novelty riding. The Receipts for the first six monthsof !
prompted company office by 4'p.m. July 28. The : during the day were: *
to offer the city 80 hours of free making at Nahunta. Ga. entire event is free and valuable 1953 totaled $17,07968 a : :
meet will begin at 4 p.m July 29. 150 pounds of weiners;
bulldozing permission was! The new, restaurant will have a prizes will, be awarded to the slight decrease under the total
f will
i Transportation to the airpark 115''dozen buns
granted to bury the dump seating capacity: of from 80 to 9C winners. be furnished for those having for the same period in 1952 which ;
110 about bottles
Officials from the' State Board persons, Mr. Andrews said. It Here are the classifications and bicycles in the Keystone Heightsarea. 'vas $1 j,968.58. of soda cases ( 2,600 )

of Health,.Jacksonville: and County will be furnished with the best and rules for the bicycle meet. The amount on deposit in pop;

Sanitarian 'Jack Trawick were most modem of fixtures and glasswill Class A boys and girls 14 Be and postal savings on June 30, 1953 2.000 pounds of Ice;
sure get your entry 83 dozen ice cream cups; continuous bingo game was a popular attraction at Humphreys -
'be used extensively in. the
at the Council; meeting Tuesday to 18. blank vas $257,66.1.00about $1,000
filled in and mail them
now And last but: not least last Pictured above Is the
exterior walls., The main body o one annual 4th of July picnic Saturday.
night and endorsed the less than the deposit
strongly on
Class B boys and girls 11 :JL Remember, you might .be the
offer by Hercules. the building will be 40 x 60 with to 13.Four. one to'win.f. in the same date in 1952.A pound of Unguentine for sunburn. 1 crowded interior of the bingo tent.

an eight foot extension across total of $543.84300 passed Winners of door prizes at the .
Trawick stated that: after the,' :;':,::>.. < <. .. .'%.j; 7 '
present dump is disposed of the most of one side. Local Boys In Gator Platoon through the money order window white employees picnic were: Les \ : ../:; ', ,'>. .,, ,./:< :',,"
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Ben F. Hall of Starke is the I. / ; <>-f"--
Gatlin f. ; :
ter rod )
city will institute the "sanitary luring the fiscal year 1953. This and reels O. G ;: ;; ; ;

fill system" to disoose of its garbage contractor. Joining Marine Corps This Week total represents the' aggregate McGee, radio; Noel Jackson mixer l"u.:: : .',)' ,'.',,, >; :
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without leaving1 it exposedon amount foe: which money orders ; G. Wade, electric perculator; w :F- ;:a9 5 .. Y F
the surface.At were written., .L. Bryan, blender. ,.. .4;::;,";'/"' ;'y,"("'/z"
'Schools To '
Open Winners at the colored .
the request of1 G. J. Me- picnic : ," t
were: S. Munroe, safety shoes;
Griff and.Jack Smith the Council '
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designated one parking meter pw ; \. Voters Are Slow H. Dean, wagon; J: Tyson, and H. f* ; t.a

space 'near their places of business -;i On August 31 Walton, hams. ..,'...,... ,>

as cone.The Starke Prizes furnished the ,
a loading wX 9\ were by n ,
Taxi Co. was also granted a In RegisteringRegistration employees Social Club who' sponsored .
Th' Starke school will begin its tJ'4' .. ,".
space on Walnut St. at the a ; w the picnic in cooperationwith ::, .. ;
1953-54 term on Monday August ;P 19": -''' ,
Florida Theatre (now being reserved plant management. \: ,
,31. it was decided at .a meeting '9; ,-
for has been light ;; .
police), and the police < J.
was the j Jot the School Board here Monday. since the books opened in the $.-:;''' .4NfJ tt'.:; .;} /.r.
moved ,,
space across ;>> ?>
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Usually, the fall term does not Gas Tax Refund 1't. ;.. '.:' ./
street to Canova's Pharmacy City Hall on July 1 for the registration .Jt ","J
where it was' formerly located. b'"n until Labor Day, but since of voters for the special ,To Be Discussed. ,1 :. t.>i! :i:
"The Clerk was authorized f this holiday'does not come until and r"g ilar elections to be. held Y<',, #";," '" ..., '...)....m........A:"->". '.

advertise- for bids on a new truck: Sept. that 7 tltis it'year would, the throw Board opening decided T z Hof Tuesday; Sept. 8. At Brooker MeetingA Swimming and games occupied the small fry throughout the day.

chassis to replace the present The two'flectlons be held
to on
of school too late. One exciting event was the sack race held .in the shallow waters
garbage truck which is ''"burned I hat will be held in the
date will be for the purposeof meeting along Kingsley's shore. .Supervising the race Is Jim JIcKay of thenine's
To help compensate for the early -
out-. : community center at Brooker to-
full will be I engineering eta!f.
opening. a holiday 1. Electing a Mayor a Chief of night (Friday) at 8 o'clock fo'

given on Labor Day. School Superintendent Police, a City Clerk and two the purpose of discussing and ex-

Two Case Workers, H. P. Morgan said. I Councilmen. olaining the new law exempting

Needed In County 2. Deciding whether or not the farm machinery gasoline from the

New York Office Four Starke boys who left Jacksonville Wednesday for Parris I city limits of Starke shall be extended state tax. The meeting will b- t' .. ..

For Welfare ProgramThe Opened For Big Dad Island. S. C. with the Gator Platoon of Marine recruits: (1 to r) Ray j I to include new territory conducted by County Agent G. THuggins.
on ail four sides of town. He said that the meet
Stale Welfare Board an- And Sicelof f'Mfg. Crews, Donald Richie, Dale Thompson and Roger Brantley. i Persons who are registered for ing is being held at Brooker because X .. ?

ndunees yihat two' case workersare .. the regular election be eligi- most of the'larger growers "Y
Four local included the will
at Announcement has been mad.. boys were members of the Gator will take of the
needed In Bradford County ble to vote in the special city limits who advantage'
'n the 81-man 'Gator Platoon Platoon
the present time. Applicants are of the opening of'new offices of were enlisted in a public election. exemption, live in that area. c

required to have a college degree. the Siceloff Mfg. Co. Inc., Lex that enlisted for service with the j!ceremony in Jacksonville and were Persons residing outside the The county agent's, office now _
U. S.: :Marine Corps this week. given a going-away dinner 'Wednesday ,
Starting salary is $225 per ington. N, C. and the Big Dad : present city limits, bat within the has a supply of the forms to bf _
Donald of .
Richie son
They :
Mfg. Co. of Starke in the Empire evening.at affected area, will be eligible to used in applying for the exemption _
month plus expenses. The scale Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Richie; Ray Casper's Alligator Farm, St. f r
State Building, 350 Fifth Avenue.Kew vote in the. limits election if they and will be glad to explair
has been raised from :$200 with a Crews son of Mrs. Etizaoeth Augustine, has presented a real I
York City.oA July 6. register before the books closeon the law to anyone interested, ant
1250 'maximum, to I *225. with a The announcement was made by Crews; Robert A. Brantley. son alligator to the Marine Corps Recruiting August 8. assist in filling out the applica- ( _

$275, maximum. .D. S. Siceloff; president of the of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Brantley; I!! Service as 8. ascot for tions.
and Dale W. of
The resignation of 'Bob O. two companies.: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson E. Thompson son I Gator Platoon. The threethe Smart Shoppe Closes The county agent remindedfarmers r I

H tchinso :/ $-effective July 17. ,Expansion of the Big Dad plant all of Starke. foot 'gator which has been named that the law becomes effective -

Anyone Interested in applying [,is now under way here, with the Prior to their departure of the [Turfy, and appointed an honorary I The _Smart Shoppe. clothing August 4, but in order tc E L- 1 1'l
i unit for'the:
addition of a new store formerly operated by Mr. take advantage of it. the application
for these positions ,may, contact manufacture of Western 'J ans. Marine Corps Recruit Depot Par- private fist class in the Marine e Ever popular are the jeep rides over the bumpy sand reeds near !
rand| Mrs. Guy Sale, has sold out must be made to the Stat

Miss Estelle Long-" at. the distrtctoffice ,', This unit will be.' in full' production ris Island, S. C, where they will J I Corps, accompanied the platoon.tits stock of goods: and closed earlthin y Comptroller's office-: 15 days 'before 'l Se picnic groundseep Drivt-r L. W. Batten is shown here startingit I

la Green" Cove soon. .. ..-i.f'," .undergo ten weeks-of boot train-] to Parris Island. month. the effective starting date. with another load of enthusiastic passenger I
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FRIDAY JULY 10, 1953
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>. vj BRADFORD E. L MATTHEWS New Farm Class I i dents: similarly alternate with typing -I the school owns and operates 'an

if Approved ForBHS I courses and farm accounting. j i extensive experimental farm ia

, COUNTY EDITOR cv < The agricultural department, of* the Heilbronn Springs section.
' VIEWPOINT BILLY MATTHEWS' V. R. Ferguson vocational agriculture -i" .
( TELEGRAPHOLDEST teacher of Bradford High
y WASHINGTON School has announced that the

6F. : NEWS LETTER .has approved the addition of another -
-:, Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under unit vocational agriculturehere. ,
" the Aet of }March 3, 1879. .;. I The new teacher has not I i Radio And
r I jet been appointed.

'> MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Since my last, report to you, Ii| nearly eleven and a half billion Ferguson stated that enrollment! SERVICE J
:: urn happy to state that both the dollars less than was appropriated in vocational agriculture has tripled
and Senate have passed last This cut at the Starke school in the past
House year. our appropriations -
Vets Should Apply. Quickly. For Direct Loans the amendments to the Housing for defense about 12 months. *This is primarily due ALL} MAKES ALL MODELS

: Act. In brief the Act liberalized 25 per cent. I felt that we could I to tlje unique cirriculum plan for
; Good news of the possibility of another this means that some $300,000 in new home F. H. A. mortgages, extended the save millions of dollars on our defense I agricultural students he said. FREE ESTIMATES .. CALL 239

r- few houses for Starke came this week with construction has been brought to Starke in Direct V. A. Loan clause for but to me, we could not go Ninth and tenth grade students

s,: the announcement that Congress had extended z the last two years, most of which could not another year, with additional any further in our cuts becauseof combine the study of biological O Most Experienced 9 Finest Equipped I

: for another year the Veterans Direct have been obtained from any other source. appropriation of $100 million and the grave threat that we still science with the regular programof 8 Satisfaction Guaranteed
made it possible, I believe for face from Communism, and par farm projects, shop experience,
, Loan Program, whereby veterans may bor- Congressman Billy Matthews, who sup home builders, both veterans and ticularly now since it seems as and agricultural theory.
row money for the construction of new ported and worked for the legislation extending -' non-veterans, to start construction though there is a stalemate in I Eleventh and twelfth grade stu- Chas.

homes from the Government when they can- the direct loan clause in the Housing Act, on new homes., Veterans in the Korean truce talks. The House I DONTC Shepherd
SAY fountain pen-SAY
not obtain funds from any other source. advises veterans who want to build homes our Eighth District who want to Committee on Appropriations cut ESTERBROOK. A for I Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers

Although the amount .appropriated for under its provisions to make-applications at use a Direct Loan for building the defense budget another $1,330- $2.37 complete point at BRADFORD everypurpose i PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.
this purpose was only $100,000,000 for the once. "It will not be long before the $100,000- should get in touch with the Vet 000,000 and I voted with a minority COUNTY TELEGRAPIL

entire United States, and will be woefully 000 appropriated for this purpose will have erans Administration immediately; to take $1,175,000,000 of
inadequate, of course every little bit helps, been used" he warned. because it will not be long before this further cut to add to our Air
the $100 million appropriated for Force appropriation. In
and the prospect of getting a'few more homes my opinionthis
under this is most welcome The same warning was voiced here by this purpose will have been used. would have meant we could STATEMENT OF CONDITION
here program County Service Officer A. J. Thomas Jr. who This past week I found out,. have worked toward a 143 wing
news. about a proposal to increase the Air Force, which cur Joint Chiefsof
loan urges veterans, who want .to build or buy FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
for this -
If it hadn't direct program differential between loose leaf Staff felt was the standard we
would homes, to get in touch with him at once so .,.,.,"
in Starke '
the housing shortage and tied tobacco in the fluecuredbelt ought to maintain for security. '"
is It has been that this county can get its share of the new of Florida and .: June 30 1933RESOURCES
.. be much worse than it today. Georgia. Our This amendment was defeated so .
the only type of complete home loan program appropriation before it is all gone. The tobacco growers told me that this it means now that our appropriations
that has worked out with any, degree of Direct Loan Program is very popular and i iis it would be very unfair to them. ]I for defense which have been

satisfaction Starke during' recent years. predicted that applications will soon be immediately protested to the De. voted by the House total approximately -

The houses that have been built here going into the Jacksonville VA office by the partment of Agriculture and am $34,430,000,000, which Is Loans and Discounts $ 596,656.68
1 with private financing in the last two years thousands, where they will be filled on a glad to report that there will not nearly $13 billion less than was Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 16179.80
basis. be an increase in the differentia appropriated last year.It .. '
of hand. first-come, first-served Prepaid Expenses _' 680.80
could be counted on the fingers one between loose leaf and tied tobacco Is very seldom that a freshman :
During g the same period, under the direct For the good of our county, we hope thatas for the current year. This is a has a chance to lead the Other Resources 62.94

loan set-up, twenty new homes have already many of our veterans as possible will.be problem that we must try to floor fight for a bill. I was very Accrued Interest and Income Receivable.:7: j, < 11,553.75

been built and ten more are under construc- among those to come first, and be first solve before market time next proud when the. acting Minority U. S. Government Securities ;; .- \ 1606528.42

tion. At an average cost of $10,000 each, served. year. Leader of the Democrats, the Florida County and Municipal Bonds j :" 182,626.74
The most important bill passed Honorable Percy Priest of Tennessee Cash on Hand and Due From Banks.. '\ .!< 328,581.11 2.129,290.02
iffffffflffffttfiMMfiffKeystone mother. Mrs. Glockner, have gone home of M. M. Sargent in Key-:: by the House last week was the asked me to lead the fight .. "
to Washington for a visit. We Understand stone. The children of Rev. B. B. -
appropriation for the
I Department for H. R. 3884 a Veterans Administration $2,742,870.24LIABILITIES
Mrs. Glockner will make Sargent, seven of them, four
Heightsby Defense. Last year, $47 billion bill. I was success/ .
her home there In the future. brothers and three sisters, get
was for this
i appropriated pur- ful in this,effort, and am proudto
Mrs Pat Fraher had as her together every year some time
Mr. Eisenhower had
,Mr*. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA pose. rec- report that the bill was passed.
the Fourth her mother near the common birthday of two
guests over commended $35,700,000,000) or -Billy Matthews
Mrs. Schultz and her two of the brothers, Mel and B. B. Capital Stock $ 50,000.00

Don't forget the special municipal -,brothers- Dick and Jimmy Schultz The out of town members of the Surplus 200,000.00
'of Miami family who were present included; Undivided Profits 17,368.55 267,368.55
14. There -
ejection on July
I Dr. Hon, pastor of the Community Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sargent and w
are two councilmen and a town : SOIL
Church has left for a two son Bryan of Atlanta: Mrs. Joe CONSERVATION3NEW.S '
marshall to be elected. I Reserve for Contingencies : 46303.59
Lewis and daughter, Joanne, of 'i V. o'
months vacation. Dr. and Mrs. .. '
Reserve for Taxes Interest Etc. -\
MM. C. E. Mitchell and son i' 12,236,41
from Holl went to Pennsylvania where Sparta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Interest & Income Collected Not Earned' ', : <,' ,
have Just returned a trip One Sargent of Werthen Ga.; Miss ::" ( .I" 18509.61
will visit their sons. f
they -
which included Charleston.and W.North Va. son, Dr. Paul F. Holl and his Beulah Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. By Bill HaasU Deposits 2,398,452.08
and in Kentucky
Lonnie McDonald, and Mr. and -
Carolina. family were here over the holiday S. SOIL CONSERVATION
Mrs Jack Jackson all of Werthen 2742870.24
Mr.. and Mrs. W. Wr Charles,of weeken&Mrs. .t -
Ga. Lt. and Mrs. Wayne B. Sar
Keystone J. T. Richardson and ; SERVICELeon 4; r
Miami, the weekend In
of gent of Fort Benning, Ga.; C. W. -4
daughter, former Key-
visiting relatives. 0. Arno Tiedgen and wife and '_ _w .
Mrs. Key'Sargent and her 1 stone, were In town over the week NEW SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES INSTALLED
children also of Fort Benning
end. They are living now In Woods, ; Conner Chairman of the young and tender gras .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barnes of
stock, Va. Bradford Soil Conservation District Maurice Edwards. Jr. and L.
RENTAL $3.60 $4.80 AND $6.00 (Including Federal Tax) PER YEAR
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Is ; : Board of Supervisors,
Mrs. Haney of Atlanta vtsj- announced E. Harris 'whose farms are located
IfAlllTrl1 tin? Mrs. Weeks at the Inn. Bledsoe of Jacksonville;'Com,and that the Board will holda about two miles Southeast of
Miss Gladys Tills Miss Gertrude -I Mrs. Clarence Amos of the Jacksonville special meeting Friday, July 10, Starke, used the District's fertilizer -
M PAr NOTHING! \ Houser and Mrs. Pat Fraher Naval Air Station; and at 3:30: p. m. in the Agricultural distributor to put out 6-6-6
'are leaving on Saturday for a I Mr. and .Mrs. Button grandparents Building In Starke in place of fertilizer on their pastures. Johnny
II.lit HUT litl timiTKlHEARING of Mrs. Key Sargent of their
tour of South "Florida. They will regular meeting Monday Cowart, who lives in the Heil- *
go down the East Coast to Miami,'Ocala. Altogether there were about night. bronn section also used the distributor _
JH. and Key West, across over the 70 guests who enjoyed the barbe- Plans are being made to discuss to fertilize his pastures. 4JLKsw INSURANCECORPORATION FEDERAL
Tamiami TraU to the West Coast cue and general good time. the national program to determine Foster Shi Smith planted a *
and core up to Punta Gorda and I' Mrs. M. M. Sargent who has the outstanding soil con. Coastal Bermuda :: FLORIDA
; grass nursery
been ill for about three weeks,
servationist in Florida. *
AIDS Petersburg. of was able to be up and enjoy the plot pn his place at Hampton K AT NATIONAL _
Mr. and Warren E. Hoop j' While standing outside the Lake. Foster Shi states that he
TMIU CIWT MODEL'SInel St. Petersburg have been guests'reunion Starke Telephone Co. office wait had ideal planting weather and r -
I I -
Fund BazaarThe -
....Calddllr.bI of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lconhard. Building ing for a long distance phone call, that he should get a good standof -
1&.I 75 d.sduIs uiU They have returned to their home. Keystone Heights Catholic J. B. White, a Bradford Son Conservation grass. After the grass becomes I
Mrs. Jeannette Young of Starke Club will hold a bazaar at the. District Cooperator, was established, he will transplant '

was also their gucit over the Woman's dub on Saturday, July. discussing his pasture program. sprigs to larger areas for permanent -, ,
CAHOVAPHARMACY weekend. 18, from noon through the eve J. B. leaned over on a parking -, -' '
pasture. '-" --' --- .
Mr. and Mrs. Donal Lawrencewere ning.A. meter and remarked, Tin going George Brown Soil Scientist ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray ham supper will be served I to; have to mow the weeds in my
Lawrence last week. starting at 5:30; $1 for adults and l Sericea Lespedeza pasture. The with the Soil Conservation Service ;
Phone 160 Starke, Fla, The annual Sargent reunionwas 50 cents for children. A snack ba Sericea is about knee high and prepared a soils map for W.
held on Saturday at the and a home-baked goods StanDEPEPAB1tIT' d I growing like everything." He went C. Stalnaker whose farm is located Suwanne Store
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1 on to say, "Since I mowed that in the Long Bridge section.
Pensacola bahia pasture across This soils map will be part of his
the road the grass sure showedup. complete soil and water conservation

., ." Mowing your pastures not farm. plan and identifiesthe

only cuts down weed competition different types of SOILS foundon 401 W. Call St. PHONE 345 Darby Bldg.
but gives the grass more groWingroom I the farm and classifies them
which in turn makes more according to their capability. -

will and be other open entertainment during the day.will Games be I[Farm Receipts MARKET SPECIALS GOOD THUR., FRI. & SAT.

offered. Drop Two Per CentCash
is the oilier name lor The winner of a contest, now .
being conducted will be. given receipt, of farmers in the
,- tickets for an air cruise to Ha- first quarter of 1953 were ,two per EAVE
,, .. m'i-.tr:::; Cuba for two. FANCY RED
': ::" : ",. ;..; cr vana cent less than in the same period
4. Supervising the bazaar are Mrs.I last year according to the Florida GULfHSPRAySqt 49C Ib
1 E. H. Cooper and Mrs. H. L. :Morgan -: Farm Bureau. ffi 49C
: :-,1, ".,..H6I. Erg In the 1953 Mobilgas Economy Run, the : Jr.YOU'LL. The Bureau points out that
.i.-:.< Dodge V-8 beat all other cars in its class .outperformed all :::
4If" ,8', in every price class. : LOVE the new Ester. "this small decrease is made larger --- THRIFTY BUYS GOOD GOOD

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American cars. Proof of reserve power-for-safety. FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. than the previous period." 69C BeibROASTj9c

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yyyyyyy yyyyy yyyyyyy, al Guard tour.. Among those who I TTTTTTTTTTTTTMffMftfH and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lott at Flager Beach over the holi

Buie, Bobby Jim- and sons of Stewart Miss. were
have gone are days.Mary
my and Lavon Crosby and J. L. HAMPTONby weekend guests of their sister, Jane and Patty Bigham St01.sho atthe.sign
BAYLESS MAY and Owen Alvarez. Mrs. :Milton Mosher and family. daughters of the Junior Bighams, '

Saw Melva and Earl Spencerof ,All spent Sunday .at Jacksonville spent, Monday night in Gaines-

by Mrs. 0 E. Crosby Atlanta, Ga. visiting :Melva's Sirs. Wm. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 'Beach. Another brother Gary ville with their little friends, Nancy -

..... folks the R. M. Crosbys, on the Lott, who has spent the past three and Linda Hiers., Coke Food
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months with his' sister, Mrs. Mos- House guest of Mr. and Mrs Of

Church News 4th.Mr.. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop, I! Pvt. Morris Nazworth, who Isstationed her, returned to Miss. with them. L. A. Mott this week is their ,
attended church in Mississippi, spent Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Jackson neice, Janie Lou ,
A .large crowd Mrs. W. C. Ward and Mrs. Tiny His Taylor, of Worth- --.
with mother Mrs.
weekend ,
Sunday morning and evening. LovelJ} and daughter Margaret and family visited,Mrs. Margaret ington Springs.Mr .
Ena Nazworth, and
mid-week and family. of Starke Monday. and Mrs. Leslie Green -- ,
Dont forget prayer Ann spent the 4th with ){r. Blankenship '
Mr. 1 Irs. Onard Parker and
service 'every Wednesday at 8 p. Mrs. Jack Ward at Crescent, Ga. },Ir. and Mrs. Wiley Williamson Katherine .Harrell. Pat and Lou Jr'-T

nu- Everyone is always welcome Tulle Norman is enjoying 'his children of Homestead returned and family, Mrs. J. D. Mc- Plummer, spent the Fourth at Hot-weather meals perk right up :-

and invited to attend all the serv- .vacation in Tavares with rela- home Monday after spending several Culloch and son Luke spent the Lake Geneva keystone Heights. J\ ,
days with their parents, Mr. '
ices at Bayless Hiway. tives.. 4th in Live Oak, and St. Augus- Leaving last Sunday for a two with ice-cold Coke. ,>
and Mrs. U. D. and John
Rev. Gwinn will be absent Sun I Mrs. J. R. Kelly and children H Parker. tine Beach on Sunday.Mr. weeks at a National Guard Camp e\ I, ,, ,

day morning and evening. Rev. T. Kathryn and Rodger were visi- U. D. Dyal received word Monday and Mrs. Don' Iill and fami- in Alabama were Milton Mott, Your .family and friends welcome i ,...

TL Waters of Sardis Baptist ting Mrs. Kelly's mother Mrs. A. that his brother, Enoch Dyalof ly were in Jacksonville Beach Richard Crosby, Avery Williams, <' "

church Worthington will fin the I* Driggers, Sr. in Lake Butler Cocoa had died. He was bornin Saturday.Miss Wallace Parrish and Gerald Gay. this famous combination.

pulpit for both services. Sunday afternoon. Doris Parker is employedas Announcements .
Starke but had lived in Cocoa
B&ylefcs Hiway W. M. U. meets welcome Harold New River I'
Glad to secretary for Lawyer Scruggsof Association Young H
for the past 50 years, and was a 1.,
with Mrs. Helen Sapp Thursday, and Wanda Crews back to Bay- citrus Gainesville. People's Rally Brooker Baptist '
> prosperous I
nigbt at 8 o'clock. All membersare less Hiway. They recently returned Mr. Misses Betty and Louise Weestof Church Friday July 10, 10 a. m
and Mrs. Ray Cox of Jack-
urged to attend and ,visitorsare from their wedding tripin Miami are spending a holiday till 2:30. Luncheon served.
sonville spent the 4th of July
welcome; Miami and other... points of interest weekend with his parents, Mr. and with their grandmother, Mrs. T. New River Association Pastors T
The Young' Peoples Rally will F. Brown. Conference Grocers I c,
Mrs..G. C. Cox. Other guests were Baptist 1
meet with the Brooker Baptist I We were quite surprised to see Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cardell Church featuring
their granddaughter Shirley of Monday, July 13, 8 p. m. now
Church Friday morning at 10. All: Stanley Crosby.at church Sunday Gainesville and daughter Evelyn of' Miami
and Mr. and Mrs. Til- Organization
the ybung people are especially night. We, haven't seen him lis of Palatka.Mr. were weekend guests of' Mrs. T. meeting.

invited to attend this meeting.. in several years. He told us that P. Brown.
and Mrs. C. L. May are
Personal Items his father is much better but has Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen fiw&4
spending several days this weekin
Everyone was glad to see the been very. sick. entertained at dinner Monday
Miami and other points of in-
Eddie Normans of Weirsdale and Mrs. Beulah Kelly Is spendinga evening Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Gray.
terest in South Florida.
their family from here at churchSunday few days with her brother and Grace Mrs. Eugene, Birt and Mrs. .
Miss Dickinson and
morning. Both Eddie and sister-in-law the C. A. Crosbysof Long of Tampa were callers of Take enough home r
Bone Fraustro
Palsy are doing fine. They are Linden.: of Theressa were the Geo. Saxons on Monday. .._
Sunday of Miss today. %
really enjoying their home. Little Eddy Faye Cain is spend- Miss Louise Adkins and Mr.

Pfc. Robert Massey and SgtDonglas ing this week with her uncle and Joan Sweeney. and Mrs. E. M. Prevatt and sons I / 0OOOCIO
Brenda Sue Hinson and Dolores \
of Jacksonville N. A. S. aunt ),{r. and Mrs. Tiny Shaw of of Starke are touring South Flori- -- -- _
Hardy returned on Sunday from
were supper guests of Mr. and Gainesville. They spent the week- cnfldrens: da.Mrs. =- "'. .
Mrs. Raymond Crosby Friday end at Fernandina Beach. Bible Camp in Polk City. Leo Singleton and children t \ ,.

night. Robert wm be rememberedas Mr. and Mrs. Roland Andrewsand Sue Chastain returned Friday ; of Fort Myers are ..visiting .

Bobby a nephew of the Cros .eon 'of Annandale, Va. were from 4-H Camp. her mother, Mrs. Nita Johnson. } tl J S ;
t Margaret Richard
bys. He made his home with them visiting Mrs. Betty Kirby Mon- Mr. and :Mrs.'Lammons of Law-
Mr. Starr of
I several years ago.Mrs. day afternoon. Pompano tey have; moved info the 'upper
called on Mr. and Mrs.
Janie Cain and children, AH the Big Dad employees went Saxon Tuesday morning.George They II apartment at the M. L. Watter- Q lS l- rira<

Mrs Tommie Cain and son of back to work Monday. Everyone
were on their to sons.Mr.
way Chattanooga
Fort White and Rev. and Mrs. enjoyed their week's vacation. Tenn.' and Mrs. Archie Eiland of

Gwinn and children were dinner The L. A. Crosbys spent the Homasassa 'attended the funeralof CHARLEY '
),Ir. and Mrs. Wm. Hammondand E. JOHNS & SON
guests of the O. E. Crosbys and 4th with Mrs. Crosby's folks at Mrs.: Lulu Wynn and spent the -i : : -
daughter Willow Ruth attended
" Mrs. Betty Klrby Sunday Mr. Sampson Lake. It was a family 4th weekend with their parents, about this question tfjj
a birthday party Sunday at
t #
and Mrs. Jt C. Cain and children: reunion for the McRaes. the home the M. L. Wattersons.Wm. 1.tL
of their son and daugh
Fort White also visited them The W. T. Frank Nor Philips of Jacksonville
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Since my husband's death I __
spent Monday with his sister, t-
afternoon. and the William
mans Crosbys
Hammond % i
on Crystal Lake. The support myself and two
Mrs. C. A. Cox and husband.Mr.
Is Lake.
Mrs. Allen Moorer of Tampa spent the 4th at Kingsley of
occassion was the birthdays children
and Mrs. Glen :McIntyre of on $130.20 monthly -
spending a two weeks vacation The J. R. and #1. B. Kelly's _
John _
Hammond and _
Clarence Social benefits. _-_._ ,
Portsmouth, Va. have returned to Security We a _
visiting her parents!, )lr. and Mrs. also spent the afternoon at Strick of -_
W. R. Haislop. and other relatives. land's landing at Kingsley Lake. Sampson Others attending Keystone were Mr.Heights.and Hampton.Mr. can't live on this but if I __

i Congratulations to Rev. W. E; I They enjoyed a fried chicken Mrs. Japes Starkie of Gaines- and .Mrs. J. H. Parker earn over $75 per month, I

I Hall on his 73rd.bIrthday.Sunday. supper. vO'e, Mr. and Mrs. H. Souther- have returned from a trip to St. lose the. $130 monthly pay-

Quite a few of the Baylees folks Swinton Crosby told me SUn- land and son Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Simons Island in Georgia. ments. Could my husband

helped him celebrate Sunday af- day night that Aunt Omage J. H. Tillis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Onard Parker of Homesteadwas have avoided this situationby re
ternoon. Hear he received Rosier and Uncle John Kelly a Friday dinner guest of his
many arT Sampson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence : carrying Life insurance
father John H. Parker and wife.
ovely gifts.WhaXhas. still sick seems Omage is not and
Sampson, Sam Nicholas of ,
Richard Alvarez of Ohio is -
happened our boys better.
any Keystone' Heights, and Mr. and
from Bayless Hiway Well folks, spending a few dayswith his father -
Rev. and Mrs. Bob Gwinn and Mrs. Harry Baker and children of: Charlie Alvarez and family. ,,' "., .. ..,
they have gone off for a two I II .
E. Johns
children and Mrs. Gwinn's mother Crystal Lake. Charley
weeks trek with Uncle Sam at I ,
Fort Ala. Nation- ; Mrs. TIson of Waldo left Tues- Johnnie Paulson of near Starke YrTYYT.. yy..y. y yyyyy ,
McQellan, on a
day for Memphis, Tenn. to visit was a Friday guest of Patsy and

Rev. Gwinn's folks for a week. Buddy Roark at the home of their BROOKERGrace & Son Agency BOnUD UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COIA COMPANY BSTARKE

: Mr and Mrs. Wayne Andrewsand grandmother, Mrs. R. F. Dyal. In r
FILL DIRTGOOD children and Mrs. Tiny, Shawof the afternoon Mrs. Bruce Roark COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

Ii Gainesville were visiting Mrs. took them to Hampton Lake for a G. BighamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Phone 13 Starke, Fla.ALAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAA. "Coke"a o regHiered trade-mak. 1953.THE COCA-COU COMPANY

RICH Bestty Kirby Thursday. swim and watermelon cutting. I

Oscar Crosby is. enjoying his Dennis Brannen of Lakelandand

TOP SOIL vacation, at home piddling around son Billy Brannen of Fort Mrs. Helen Crosby and Miss \

I doing little things he has been Myers called on the Raleigh Bran- Jackie Barry plan to leave Wednesday -

putting off for ever. so long. ,.nens Saturday. for a two weeks- visit with ". ,.-- it"
See ft- ; .. P
.. _We are very happy to report t '){rs. W. H. Maxwell was in relatives at 'Wauchula. '

BILL JACKSON that Vernon Crosby is still im-J1 II Jacksonville the first .of the week. House guests at the home of .. : ,.,> ; ;. ', ,

, proving rapidly at his home. Mrs; Verna Young was a busi- Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Beard were ",.. ;. I" ''' ; ''''
Jackson Transfer
I Company Thought for the week-Hope ness caller In Jacksonville several :their daughter, Mrs. Maurice ... isl. .".; .,
j week.. and two children, of :; $ .Jt ::: -:; C,
Phone.165 is a good anchor; but..lt needs days last' Fletcher F a" :
something to grip to. Mr and Mrs. Victor Putmam Clewiston, and Rev. Beard's mother .... --

Mrs. R. F. Beard, of Ft. Lauderdale _,. ij :-

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Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry spent :,-$"

1953 G-E REFRIGERATOR the weekend with the J. R. Crews :spyrY /.' '".' ,

family .in Jacksonville. On the : f'1' .
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Fourth, they attended a fish fry -. I :, 't.... .

at Green Cove Springs with a -, .
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groun of friends. 4; j .
Sunday visitors at the Guy Har- w '; ", ';'V'l;*'
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rrtl home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred ., -

Wilson. and :Mrs. Harrell's mother, tfr"9r. "4'
Mrs. Edna Hayes, all of Gaines- '- -: ( : .

ville.Little ;. ,,"'
Hilda Harrell. daughterof ::-'

1 Mr. and Mrs: J. C. Harrell, re- "+ ". '' .. :bQ ae a w. ."': !(A< 6.dl MnMMLMI... '- .-'

turned to hef home here following 'r rh' $ Y. ..."

\/1//// a few days visit with relatives in .' r..
\ \ Jacksonville. Here for a two weeks -' ,,- }\ 'f;'
\ '" 4;
; visit with the Harrells is :Mrs.
: '
Harrell's brother and family the

Roswell Waters and of :
son Augusta The .J
convertiblethat .
Ga. Jar only ;

Spending the weekend here visiting .

REFRIGERATE relatives were the Bill Plum-

mers, of Jupiter, Fla. Their daugh- ,

i WITH ters, Pat and Lou, who have been outsells Ford ;a.- ;{;

spending the past weeks here, returned -

witH them. Mrs. J. C. Cone, < >"

mother of :Mrs. Plummer, and John I

ROOMYFREEZER FULL Green their nephew also left 1 -- .

with the Plummers for an indefinite .'
WIDTH visit in Jupiter. : WHAT is IT that makes Ford's Sunliner weight.) Is it the choice of Fordomatic, Overdrive r

Judy Harrell. of St. Petersburg America's best seller? Is it its high-com or Conventional you get? (You won't find ;

6 on an extended visit with her pression V-8 power? (No other convertible in such a choice in any other car in Ford's field.) _,
grandmother, Mrs. Beulah Harrell.
: Ford's field has this kind of engine.) Is it the
Jack of
Hazen No, it's not just any one of these things that
Beach was in town on Monday, fine craftsmanship of its Crestmark Body

visiting with his mother Mrs. make Ford America's largest-selling con-
COMPARTMENTPLUS (No body in its field can match Ford's choice ",

Over 13 iq. ft. of shelf space. Ralph Hazen. of exterior and interior color combinations.) Is vertible. It's all 41 of Ford's "Worth More'

.f,'. b'...,:tH\, House guests of Mr. and :Mrs.L. it its and shock absorber action features. features which folks know make ,,'
': "i' L. Parker over the weekendwas new
't'j.'f t\' You'll lore this beautiful New 1953 General '.
4/. s "\ Electric Refrigerator with more space- their daughter Shirley (Mrs.V. which makes even roughest roads feel smooth?, Ford worth more when they buy it, worth '

l thai e er before-designed for W. Overturf) of Jacksonville. when sell it. ., ( :
x (The Sunliner's springs are tailored to its more they :. .
.. 'f and convenience. :Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis is enjoying!: 't

i \ '*v Its big full-width freexer end chiller; Hoy a visit \\ith.her brother and fami- .-' t. >;

$$188 \J\ combine two outstanding features you'll ly, the Malcolm Lewises in Lake '-.. ,-, '.. ..
',} want in your kitchen ntH and many other Butler. -,""'" \ -- AZ '
features,plus famous General Electric de- A Z ? '
Mr. and Mrs. V.. V. Hazen of ., "t.... { ;'J. >
:;,: pendabiliri make this G E Refrigerator a* f ... '
y t outstanding value Starke were out visiting with Mrs. of s. > ,

-.... '/j 5 YEAR WARRANTY on the sealed re- Hazen's parents the J. H. Sow- f tii tkw 'ytr ,
l .
.. frigeroting system. ells last Sunday. They also at- -
i t::::= .",,:, tended church services at New

MODEL IX76K ,",xV'w 6cWU+r9. Hope Baptist Church. v Nj5a .. '

wItK ., ;\:,> \ r.arrr lNS..hue. .......Lw. taI .ew Word has been received that iN. ow.H 'rawc'r -
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= Mrs. Olgie Prevatt, who fell in .
(f t
0'1 n.V1i.'iosWIcovo ,. : r "".:"" ......,,,...:. her home and broke her .hip last r = ;;, S

*** I srtw wn.ar.1iotMI week, is now improving the 1..
,,so I ....:.iktbhtl t-.. a.rI Alacbua Hospital. .; .
l- ........
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moto 11- S ......twit b.. it Sr- R. T. McDavis grandfather of
toS1 i iJ
our Mrs. L. L. Parker, has been
I 1IJIt'" : ..,c!+..w.It*m deb AMI epud.|ig fit discharged from the hospital, but
''I -. .,tiIctoe.t70 .o.e..... is still confined to his bed at his i

I .HOC*\ .- home. Test Drive America No. 1 Convertible! Ford Sunlinerl

I House guests of Mr. and :Mrs.

C. Harrell last week were Mr.

If. Mrs. Willie Denmark of Jack-

G. J. McGriff General, Electric L.Spending A. Motts. the were holidays Howard with Sum-the ANDREWS MOTOR CO. I i

mers and daughter. Carolee. of Ft.

:Myers, and Mrs. Rita Brown, Mrs.

Appliances STARKE, FLA. Mott's mother of Dunnellon. Madison & Adams Sts. Phone 118 STARKE FLORIDAt7

W; CALL ST. ti : The Howard Wait family en- ',' .

"-, joyed swimming and sea fishing
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HEAP BIG CAKE ; t Betty Lou Karkutt 6 I -I Mary Jo Green

Weds Julian GreeneIn Weds J. T. TaylorIn I

Sgt. Prevatt Weds English itj.ii
Michigan Church 1 Georgia RitesMiss .

Simple nuptial\ rites held in the 1 : :Mary Jo Green, daughterof Pine

parsonage of the Clawson Trinity L. R. Green and the late Mrs.

Lutheran Church Clawson, Mich., Theora McCauley Green and J.

united Betty Lou Karkutt. daughter -. Gladys. Mooty T. Taylor son of Mrs. Dan Taylorand
a of Mr. and Mrs.'Fied A. Kar-
the late
Mr. united
Phone 35 Taylor were
\cutt, Clawson Mich., and Julian in marriage Saturday, June Level

M. Greene: son of Mr. and Mrs. 13, in Folkston, Ga,

David J. Greene of Brooker in Rev. Cecil Conner officiated at
marriage. The Rev; Waldo Egbert Wanda Crosby Becomes Bride Of Mr. Crews the ceremony

f read the double ring ceremony at (In Bayless Highway Church On June 26th pie bride L wore a two-piece Pastor ,
one o'clock on Saturday June 6. .,
., y: biege suit and brown accessories.Mrs. S
... The bride wore a white embossed ,:".0<<. Frank Stokes was the ma-

,cotton gown with an all-over- } > m tron of honor and wore a suit of

petite blue flower design. The natural tan. with green accesso-
Honored .. n
s "'k sleeveless dress was fashioned

with a deep.V neckline full gatlH ries.Mr.. Taylor had as l his best man

:: : ered skirt and rhinestone scattered Frank Stokes.

1 on the bodice. Her costume :its After a wedding trip to South tai, e 7lyr
)r was complete with a small white .
L. # I< Florida Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will
L.f. heart-shaped hat edged with white make their home on the river at

veiling and white accessories. At Brown's Landing Palatkat
t; 4r y the bride's shoulder was a white Mrs. Taylor formerly of Brooker -

orchid corsage. 4 is a graduate of Starke High. '
s rt :t Attendants of the bride and t.: ., School and has been making her! )' -- t

.Nf a. ,,4 bridegroom were the bride's broth- \ !' %: home in Palatka with her grandmother ._...."" _."-_.',-,'. :on, '..._- --. --
ay er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. G. E. McGauley, -
s+ Special services were held Sunday modern busses that furnish trans-
For occasion
Adolph Fox. the since her graduation. She is em-
July 5, at the Pine Level portation for those without
Mrs. Fox wore a blue puckered ployed at Sears Roebuck mail a way
nylon dress styled with a roll col- .. order office in Palatka.Mr. Missionary Baptist Church in, to attend the services and mem-
2. which the and wife the bers attend from
pastor virtually
4' lar, and cap sleeves. Her accessories < Taylor is employed at Hud- every
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall, section of the .
white with r5 were county.In
-1 were a pink : son Pulp & Paper Corporation.
carnation shoulder corsage.A honored upon the occasion of their the latter part of the evening

family dinner at the home of 25th anniversary in the pastorate,' birthday presents were pre- ,
WSCS Circles
M s ryM;: the bride's parents followed the 40.A of that church and 'also, the cele- sented to the pastor and the church

ceremony.The L Hold MeetingsCircle bration of the pastor's 73rd birth also. acknowledged his tenure of

bride was graduated from day. Many visitors and special service by giving him a package

,, f, Clawson High School in June 1951 1 of the Methodist speakers from all over the county containing $145 in cash. Special .

;.J,Y7/.tiy l AE a .Li8.7e4 and was employed by Maul and W. S. C. S., Mrs. L, D. Vining, assembled at 10 o'clock for the I arrangements for this .occasion \t

Lentz, architects Detroit. The :b -? ; E chairman, met Tuesday morningat Bible School which had 307 In'were made by a committee composed -
It reads something like, a story .gray velvet jacket and Elizabethan bridegroom was a June 1948 grad- .:>.,.t the home of Mrs. E. L. Mat- attendance and then later 'in the I !

book romance, as it. was told in style hat to match her ensem- uate of 'Bradford High School x, y thews at Kingsley Lake! with Mrs. morning at the 11 o'clock hour a I of Rev. Alton Dobbs, Joe \

an English newspaper but the I ble. She carried pink roses. and has just been released after y tt W. E. Middleton'as,cohostess. crowd estimated to be between Starling Lucian Conner, Rufus

fact remains that It was the real ,I The ceremony, was performed. by two years of armyservice.. : Miss Amy.Coburn gave the de- five or six hundred heard appro- Alvarez and Ruby Crosby.YYYYYYYYVYYYYYVVYYVYyyTy.

thing-not just .the figment of a :the pastor, J. P. Braithwaite and After a ten day motor trip votional and used as her topic priate sermons delivered by the

story-teller's.lmagination. in spiteof i Staff Sergeant James Washington through northern Michigan, the "Ambassadors for Christ Must Rev. Eddie Murrhee,, pastor of '

traditional happy ending. 'Rammage, a colleague of the couple arrived in Brooker for a Know Their Way" taken from the the Buford Grove Baptist Churchof ,

This is the way the newspaper, bridegroom was best man. visi and are lOW at home at 1232Lisbon Methodist Women. Mrs. W. G. Hilliard, and the Rev Elbert I,

published in/Kent, England, tellsit Staff Sgt. Prevatt who ls l 23 ,Street, South,Jacksonville. Haile used the program from the Bowers pastor of the Magnolia
: years old. has 'nine months more. t e World Outlook "The UndauntedFive Baptist Church of Branford. At 1
For 12 months the six-foot tall of service to complete. His bride From Korea". Mrs.) 'L. D. the close of the morning service,
American boy admired the quiet will accompany him to his Florida Vining who had charge of the the congregation assembled on the

fair-haired English girl', who was home when-he'leaves Englandin .. Held TuesdayThe ,; ;; ::; :: : .:<..:;;::;;:, .; .';Mg ::'m;, :,, .. ..r.... ."_ business program .introduced the church grounds for a basket lunch,

a regular /patron; at Dreamland three months' time. Miss Wanda Iona Crosby daughter were also carnations. visitors Mrs. H. B. McLendon and time of fellowship. During'this '

Ballroom Keenly interested in police work Daisy Fowler circle met of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby, Lavon Crosby served as best president of the W. S. C. S. in lunch period the pastor was

One night their eyes met for an Sgt. Prevatt plans'to continue it at,the home of Mrs. Garl Mathews became the bride of Harold Crews, I man, and ushers were Clinton Nor Orlando Mrs. Frank Smith of presented a beautiful four-tiered i iI
summoned all when he. leavesHhe service. Hisambition I I anniversary and birthday cake by
instant. He the cour- Tuesday afternoon with ten pres- son of Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Crews man and Charles Newman. Orlando Mrs. E. S. Matthew and
at his command and asked her is to become a G-man ent. Miss Madge Middleton. members of the church. .
age Friday night, June 26, at 8 o'clock Mrs. Crosby ''mother of the
for the next waltz. She Bald yes, with the ,Federal Bureau of In- Mrs. L. U. Morgan opened the in Highway Refreshments were served pre- After dinner the auditorium was
Bayless Baptist bride wore an Irish linen suit
and so 'developed the romance vestigation. meeting with prayer and the devotional Church. The impressive double- with white accessories and a corSage ceding the meeting by the hostesses. again filled to hear tributes paidto Completely'Covered
;which led the young couple to'St When the sergeant' and his bride was given by Mrs. of the pastor in commendation for
ring ceremony was performed by white carnations.Mrs. .
Stephen's Church, Cliftonville left the church after the ceremony Charles Darby. Those taking -- his labors in the Pine Level Church.
the Rev. Bob Gwin, pastor of the
(England) on Sunday June ?. they were saluted by .the guard of part on the program were Mrs. church. Crews the bridegroom'smother Circle 2 met Monday afternoon Visiting speakers who reviewedthe

The boy was Staff Sergeant honor formed by members of the Freeman Register Sr., and Mrs. wore an aqua figured at 3:30 o'clock at the Methodist accomplishments of the pastor
Tall baskets of gladioli mingled
silk dress. White accessories anda
Rudolph V. Prevatt of the 39- 39-17th Air Force Police Squad. L. U. Morgan. Mrs. Maxi Carter and native Church educational building with and people were Dr. R. D. Ingle DRIVING today 'is full of 1
with fern greenery corsage of white carnations, Mrs. L. D. Green Mrs. B.
after and J.
17th U. .S. Air Force Squadron, Immediately the ceremony presided, over the business meet- were, used in decorating the pastor Berea Baptist Church, hazards. Even the most
completed her costume.. Cottrell hostesses. careful *
stationed at Mansion England. He reception was. held at the Ran- ing and also closed the meeting as I Jacksonville, Rev. George Hodges, i
Hotel. A feature of. the church. Branched candelabra Mrs. L. D. Green, circle chairman driven can be innocently
is the son of Mr and Mrs. Lester dolph with prayer. Reception Is Held I pastor Beaver Street Baptist
Prevatt bride's table was the, magnifi- t holding burning tapers lightedthe conducted the business and i involved _in_ a _crash _which
of Lawtey Fla., and grad- Refreshments were served by Immediately following the ceremony Church Jacksonville (both of I
uated from Bradford High Schoolin cant five-tier wedding cake made the hostess. altar before which the vows the parents of the bride Mrs.. Jack McComb gave the de- whom entered the ministry under I wrecks his car, .the propertyof

the class of 1950. by her master baker father and were read. were hosts at a reception in the votional with Mrs. Marshall Dib- the pastorate of Rev. Hall), Rev. others injures or kills
Florence his chief .coI fectioner.British The Dora Alderman circle met A program of nuptial music was ble presenting the program. I Bob First his
The girl"was' Sylvia Sunday School room of the church, Gray pastor, Baptist passengers or those in another *
Caton, only daughter of Mr. and and American melodies at the home of Mrs. L. A. Canova presented by Mrs. J. R. Kelly at I where summer flowers were, usedin The hostesses'served delicious Church, Hampton, and other min- car. .

.frs..WWlam Caton of Upper spanning more than ,half. a century Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. G. B. the piano. Miss Norma Gonzalez j decorating. refreshments to the 12 members isters and close friends. 'Itwas

Dane Road Margate, England.The were.11played during the musical Flynn "co-chairman, opened the soloist sang "I Love You marcheswere Truly".I Mrs. W. B., Mundy met the present"Circle pointed out that 26 years ago be- Is your Automobile Insurance
who entertainment. meeting with prayer and gave an The traditional wedding -- fore the arrival of Brother for such ?
20-year-old bride was guests and presented them to the Hall. ready an, emergency .
Afterwards the newly-weds left interesting devotional. used. i. 3 met with Mrs. I. P. the church composed i'', I
in her father membership was -
given marriage by receiving line.. Mrs., O. E. Crosby
in. 'Miss
by car for their honeymoon tour- Mrs. H. L. Hough The brideho, was given : Shepherd with Kate Struthas *
presented a charming picture in program had charge of cutting the wedding of only 27 members; today,
ing ''ttevon. chairman, assisted by Mrs. Lex marriage by her father wore a i cohostess.. the ,
her Elizabethan style dress of cake and pouring punch. She was membership stands at 650. j
white lace,. mounted over' gros- The brite's gift to the bride- Green and Mrs. M. F. Hazen gavea dressmaker suit of importedIrish assisted* in serving by Mrs. H. B. After the opening prayer Miss The first meeting place a small,

graln. Her fair hair, surmounted groom was an electric shavingset program on Missions followed linen. She carried a white Kelly Mrs. Vernie Thornton and Kate Struth gave the ,devotional, antiquated frame building has H.,: C. ,. WALL
and he reciprocated with a sentence Bible with a cascade bouquet of "We Must Know The 'JI
with a diamante coronet was by prayers. MissesBeverly Jo Crosby Bar- topic Way" been replaced with a modern con-
fringed by a short vell.''Sh carried wrist watch. Mrs. G.: B. Flynn presided over white rosebuds' centered with a bara Jean Norman Pansy An interesting dialogue entitled' crete-block structure that affords AGENCY
& bouquet of yellow tea roses. Duties of toastmaster at the the business session. Community purple-throated orchid. Her only and Florence Castles. "The Guilty One" was given by ample space for preaching serv- I I

The bridesmaid Miss Doreen reception were discharged; by Tom I Missions and the Camp Fund were ornament was a string of pearls, Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. M. R. ices and Sunday school classes. A I I' Phone 146 I
mine host of the' the social a gift of, the bridegroom.Mrs. Miss Anna Ruth Crosby sisterof
Parker wore a dress of lavender Shutter genial discussed. During Judd Miss Annie Darby and Mrs.L has
pastorium also
the the bride's book. built 200 E. Call Street ,
over taffeta,. with a Randolph. hour' the hostess served delicious Helen Crosby a cousin of bride kept P. Shepherd. The business I '''t J;
nylon gray
refreshments to the eight members the bride was matron of honor After spending some time with session was conducted by the during Mr. Hall's ministry and is! Starke

present.Farewell. and wore a lovely ballarina friends, :Mr. and Mrs. Crews left chairman Mrs. A. Wood. completely furnished throughout.'
length blue eyelit organdy dress for a wedding trip to South Flor- The church ALA LA A AAAAAAA LILA ALA Al IA
Refreshments were served to
I Ii BRADFORD with matching mitts. Her corsagewas ida. Upon their return they will 1
BRENDA the 12 members and one visitor
Party .
of pink carnations. be at home to friends at 135 present. LAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEnjoy .

For Norma Gonzalez Bridesmaids were Miss Mary Cherry Street in Starke where
Alyce Crosby sister of the bride they are both employed by the Cool Comfort Now

Bradford County surely had are spending their summer. By Miss Norma Gonzalez was the and Miss Kathryn Kelly. They Big Dad Manufacturing Co. Mr.
the various shades of sun Meridian Miss. .,. Sheriff P. D.
ideal weather for the Fourth of noting ? wore pastel organdy dresses with and Mrs. Crosby received their
at a delightful
honored guest
how much Reddish and Robert Green left
tans can judge RENT A
of you IIQIpQinb.
July. The over-flowing docks Thursday evening of last matching mitts. Their corsages education at Bradford High School. :
showed that everyone time they spend at the lake.! party Thursday for a week's business
Kingsley Lake week given by :Mr. and Mrs. Fred trip to New York City and Atlanta -
of the I Landrum and Sandra
was taking advantage Martha Haislop at the Pine Level Baptist -- Ga.Seems ROOM AIR CONDITIONER

holiday. 'I Johns must have lived on their Church grounds. to be all for.now ....See :

Speaking,of the lake that seems, docks to have acquired their Preceding the covered dish you in the next. ... CALL US FOR :

to be where all the young folks sumptuous tans. Sure are be- supper a musical program was -Carolyn
given by local talent. c
Miss Gonzalez who is movingto Recent Births Free HomeDemonstration r 11.r
Jacksonville fo join her mother "
Line Gonzalez was given a
Mrs. After our nice, weekend includ- while the Hayes were touring the
leather musical jewel box as a Mr. and Mrs. James McRae are
/\nmATHEATRE ing our safe and sane Fourth West for three weeks Mrs. -
token of esteem from the assem- announcing the birth of a son.
holiday we can again settle' down Hayes reports a' grand trip -
STARKE .bled guests. into the old groove until the they burned up} going thru Texas David Russell born Wednesday, FITS ANY WINDOW

Among.! the 65 guests at this Labor Day weekend ... Call street and N. },t. and were throwing July 1 at the Alachua General

Dedicated To Community' Send delightful going-away party weremembers certainly was a deserted place on snowballs In Yosemite,. Calif. Hospital. AVOW THE HEAT CALL US NOW
Pine Level Baptist
"Movie Are Better Than Ever"If of the
Saturday but oh. my the beaches Certainly a lot of birthdays this
Church. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordon are FOR PROMPT INSTALLATION
they sure were well populated week including 6 birth
find name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad announcements receiving congratulations on the
you your .. yours truly and other members in the this .
paper week ...
Office for FREE TICKETSSat. coming.A birth> of a son born Monday, July
and it to
ad out present
Starkites of the staff and ,their families those celebrating
the anniver-
few of younger 6 in the Alachua General hospital. WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICEPHONE
., July 11ONLY Tues., Wed. July 14, 15 have ventured away from home certainly had a grand time at the I saries were: Lucille Davis' birth- 9 --
DOUBLE FEATURE for a visit. office picnic given by Gene and' day on July 5, Neil Joyner's on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dempsey are
-/' Ann Johns just arrived home Hazel Matthews at their summer July 7, Sue Deas sixth birthdayon the proud parents of a daughter, 166

LONE STARPIONEERS L. this week from a three weeks ,home on Kingsley lake after July 7 and she had a small: Kathryn Suzanne born June 25 1.4.: : Temple Ave. Starke, : .
an afternoon swim we enjoyed neighborhood in Alachua General
J vacation. She was visiting relatives party on July 8.,'I the hospital. 'TYTYYYY" .. rT.

in Augusta, Ga. delicious I patio ... refreshments hear the L. S.on Huttos their Gene,July 8.Pass Janet was Hardy 7 years celebrated old on I .'..'. .'..'. ..".'._._'_._._. -.-.'.. .'..'...........'..'... ..n..'. .'. .'. .'.. '.
Jlill Joan. and Joyce 'also hajj a big family gathering :her sixth birthday at a small I

Starring Bill Elliot \ VonnveSTARRING leaving this weekend to spend a 'at their Brooklyn lake cottage on party on July 2 and Shi' Ann

AND .",. few weeks with friends in Harrisburg Sat and Sun. Lula Hutto tells Smith is celebrating her 12th HERB THOMAS! RESTAURANTf.'II"f
me there were 19 lined up at the birthday today Friday. ,
DESPERATE y the W. .
Colley is visiting table during meal times would Eolin Smith certainly has an
W. Coons in Decatur Ga., _and hate to have
pulled K.P for
VAN JOHNSON is that exciting" fish story and a true 301 Yz MILE SOUTH STARK 301
SEARCH Ruth Marlene Burney visiting\gathering ... one too, at that ... Seems she ,
relatives in Cobb City Ga. for I Lillian and
: Stump Del
Colley and daughter JoAnn were recently I I I' (
Starring Keel and Greer six weeks. were In Tampa over the weekend visiting in Miami and they

Plus "Helping Paw Cartoon and JANET LEIGH ; Joanne Smith is spending six of attending the Fashion Show together with Eolin's sisters Mrs REG U L MEALS

Chapter No. 12 "Captain Video her vacations weeks at the Uni- there .., ... Nookie Fowler spent E. J, Juhn Mrs. Felix Uzzell, .
Plus "Starting From Hatch" Car- versity of Miami where she is the weekend in Norfolk. Va. visit- niece, Mary Atm Weaver and<

ED SIMPSON Loon and Latest World News attending a summer band school. ing husband Ensign Dick Fowler brother L. A. Weaver chartereda .WEEKLY SPECIALS

She is taking private lessons in wbo. was in dock ... hear Romey boat and went out 20 miles

Sun., Mon. July 12.}3 :MRS. GUY H. SALES twirling and marching from mem- Andrews, popular barber is tak- from shore ... Among all the ..

h1JIWI ;\.. bers of the U. of M. Band. Be ing some time off to rest up, ...j I fish they caught Eolin was the FOUNTAIN SERVICE''Special

.A % \_ ', ::s I Thur., Fri. -July 16. 17r looking for her in front of the see Mae Gonzalez is clerksecretary outstanding puller-inner ... She .
..r B. H S. Band this fall at Kite's Electric Service ... caught a rare Wahoo, weighing

\t1iI5 Agnes. Bud and Charles Lawson I SSgt.: Billy Miles left Wed. to 69 pounds.... Took her 45 minutesto ,- III '" II II
are busy getting used to their new fly to Los Angeles. Calif for fur land him and ten minutes

... titles ,of "Aunt" and "Uncled I ther duty after being home on I later a sailfish 7 ft., 2 inches '

"'<"1> \ IXH 7. Hear that Nancy DuPre was] furlo ,,.. the Ned Yancey family I long, got on her line and she was Sunday Dinners

TECHNICOLOR elected a Representative in the i are enjoying two weeks vacationby so weak from pulling in the other

.. _JE.UISIMMONS 1953 Girls' State Legislature while Ii taking in short day trips ... fish that her sister had to help

it was in session in Tallahassee heard that Apprentice Fireman land 'him ... Eolin is having E sssssrrnrrnnrnsssrsansnsnn..snpnps-nnjpnnsss_rs rssss-p

I Our Nancy must be getting to be I I Bob Stefanelli has been recently them both mounted to hang in

smut 1 a Quite a politician Word comes promoted to Fireman while on her dining room .. The Wahoo '

GRANGER'KERR'lAlHION that Tommy Sfcde and Johnny!I duty in South America .. see broke her first line and she had THOMAS

.. Kopelousos have been accepted at: Lavern and Alma Outlaw have to use a 300lb. copper line the .
DEIOIUa CIU1UI Emory at Oxford for the fall moved into their: lovely new home second time she cast, to catch "

quarter beginning Sept. 16. out on the G'ville highway the him ... See Alec Robins pinch- ,:
Do drop me a postal, in care of past weekend .:. John and Betty MOTOR COURT AND SERVICE
Deas and children will be hitting at Robbins" .for brother STATION 3
Plus "Plumbers Helper" Cartoon Plus "Barney's Hungry Cousin' the Telegraph when you are away : moving

and Lateit'World Newt cartons and "Mermaid Bay" Short on vacation. Then I'll be sure not in from Kingsley e this week.end Irvin, who's on vacation ... Add .

n to miss you in the column. they have been staying at new addresses: Mr. and Mrs. E. OPEN 24 HOURS

-Brenda the E W. Hayes summer home W. Hodges Jr. 3125 8th St.. ...... AA A A.AAAA AAAA.AAAAAAAAAA ....

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as guests last Friday and Satur
Mrs. Mallory Thomas entertained day MSgt; and Mrs. W. E. Plum Toccoa Falls College Quartette II I

at a family ,reunion; on Sundayand I mer from the Jupiter AFB. The'J ,

had as out-of-town guests daughters, Patty Ann and Ida Lou I

among the eight members of the returned home with their parent ,
immediate family, and their' fami- f after a month's visit with Mr. and ,,-'" .- EARLCOOK'S

CIN THE NEWS lies: M. C. Thomas of South Bend, |Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mrs. A. LI

Ind., Pvt. Mallory Thomas, Jr., I Green in Brooker. :Mrs. J. C
.. ., .. ,
.6 recently stationed in
- - - -- Germany, i t Cone and John William Green of .

Mr. and Mrs; L. S. Hutto, and Robert Lancaster, Jr. and children Mrs. Ovieda Home of Kingsland,I I JBrooklr C also returned with the

family had as weekend guests, of Miami. ,, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thomas -I IPlummers for a two weeks visit

Mr and Mrs. Charley Parker of :Mrs.. Y, A. Harris and Mr. and of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pellum an?
Daytona Mr. and Mrs. E.' Q.: Mrs. Fred Harris, and children of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montieth of I children were weekend guests of

Smith and. children Mrs. Clisha Gainesville spent the weekend Eustis were weekend guests of : fr. and Mrs. Wayne Fredrick at

Miller and Mrs. J. W. Radford with Mr. and'Mrs. G. J. McGrif f, Mr and Mrs. Bill Graham at !'St. Augustine Reach.

all of OrangelSurg. ,s. C.. Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. Kingsley Lake. Jan Rowton of I t l: Mr. and Mrs. Woo C. Manning qf

.Miss Gloria Johns Cliff Men- I Mr. and Mrs. Alton"Mme'and Tallahassee is spending a month .[Jacksonville were Wednesday-

doza and Miss ,Mary Monroe of daughters Gail and Mrs. Barbara with the Graham children at I guests of Mr and Mrs. W. H.

Jacksonville were weekend guestsof Ann LadSson and sons, of W lli- Kingsley Lake. Hart. F'i,
Mr and Mrs. T.J; Griffin. coochee,, Ga. were guests,of Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Bunoski j Mrs. Willard Wynn' and family

r ){r.- and Mrs N.. B. Rosier and and Mrs. Dave Paulk on Sunday of New, Smvrna. Beach- -- were p -- 4th--- /spent the week at Kingsley Lake w

family Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford and Monday; of July guests of Mr. and Mrs: with Mr. and Mrs. Marks Ritch $' ;
and'family.and,Mr. and Mrs. Ben CLEAN clothes, DRIED AND R. R. Hutchings. and family'while Mr., Wynn madef a ; Yti. GroceriesMeats

Hall'' spent the weekend at the FOLDED at the CLOTHES LINE. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns of business trip to New Orleans Feed

Hall's 'cottage,onJIaf. Lake. Mr., and?Mrs., Dan Hazen. and Gainesville spent Saturday, and I,La, Mrs. Wynn and son, Wayne
Mr..and :Mrs. W. F Carrawayof daughter Sandra, of Jacksonvillewere Sunday with Mr and Mrs. J. T. celebrated their birthdays while 1.2 Mile From Starke City

Houston, Texas visited Mr.:and weekend guests of Mr. and Quigley, arriving in time for thebrief here. The Toccoa Falls Bible College Male Quartette Limits North

Mrs. T. J., Griffin last Thursday. Mrs. T., C. Hazen, Jr. weekend visit of theirbrother Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome program of gospel music at the Gospel Tabernacle will present a Phone 339-J

Mr, and\;J.Irs'; Ed Prevatt had Mr. and Mrs. T, B. Harding! Pvt. Leonard M. No gel, and son, ,John Mack, daughters 17, at'8 o'clock. Rev. Hendon Brown Friday night, July i SPECIALS FOR
as guests last week .:Mr and Mrs.H. visited Silver ,Springs on Satur. who is stationed at Camp Belvoir,I Evelynn and Joyce Newsome of Hill bring a' brief who ,accompanies the quartet, SAT., JULY lO, 11
G: Jarrell and-famfly of Jack- day. ?' Gainesville are leaving today for Fans Bible gospel message at the close of the senlce. Toccoa
sonville. Mrs., J. C. Fogg and children and Mrs. A. R. McGuire of: a five day vacation in Miami. | College Is located at Toccoa Falls, Ga., in the foothills

Miss Idell Landrum is ,the guest returned home last week from.two Jacksonville spent the 4th with 11 I T. S. Williams returned home Bible of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It is an interdenominational TOMATOES 303 Con

this week of Lt. and Mrs. Wayne ,month's, visit with Mrs. Fogg's their parents Mr. and Mrs. Errol(( Tuesday after a three weeks visit college founded 42 years ago. The public is invited to this i 10C

Sargent at Fort Benning, Columbus .parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fitchin Alvarez.Mr (with friends and relatives service.. .

Ga. Rush City, Minn. ., and Mrs. Dewey Warren[Miami! and other South Florida ,
1olSr P D.: Reddish was in the i Mrs. Maxie Carter and Mrs. J. and children visited Mr. and Mrs.i|cities. His granddaughter Peggy

Alachua General Hospital the first E. Hildebran and daughter Linda, Richard Ray In Jacksonville Tues I Davis, remained for a prolongedvisit Legion To See Game Clinics Continue

part of,the week for a check-up. were In Jacksonville on Monday. day.Mr. with her cousins in Miami. Commission Film RBLUEiCE I' f ,5 Lbs
During AbsenceOf
W.G.. Godwin Slew to Beaver Mr. and Mrs.-E. P., RI ter and and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and DRIVE : IN service .at the 67C

Bay Minn on Monday where.he daughter of Hamlet N. C. family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles CLOTHES m". Gene Long, program chairman, Dr. Covington

has accepted an engineering job. spehding this week with Mr. and Hardy and family were among Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and for :American Legion Post 56, an-!

Mrs. Godwin and children are Mrs. L. S. Hutto.. the 100 guests at nding the children'spent the weekend with nounces that the Florida Fresh I Dr A. Y. Covington,
staying with Mrs. Godwin's mother M.rs. Adolph Gay and daughter, family reunion at the D. P. Hardy Mr and Mrs. Robert Lancaster, Water Fish & Game Commissionwill health officer, left last SOAP
Sunday Lge
Mrs. Bertha Pearce, nntll-Mr. Geraldine,. visited Mrs. Gladys home in' Hampton on Sunday.Lt. Sr. in Mayo. show one of its latest films I for. Ft. McClellan with the Florida POWDER 19C

Godwin finds a home in Beaver Cook In Jacksonville on. Sunday., Com. and'Mrs. John McCort Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefootand at the regular Legion meeting National Guard, but announces

Bay ftr them. Patsy.' Linda and Marlorie- Stevens and children of Washington, D. C., Margaret Ann and Becky Tuesday July 14, at 8 p.m. I that clinics will continue at the
Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville e of Jacksonville are spending Miss Joyce Drew and Mrs. Delia' Phillips were in St. Petersburgover Also featured on, the local health unit
programwill as usual
spent the weekend with her mother month with their grandparents, Drew of New York City and Jim- the weekend in celebrationof be reports by C. W. Slade .I his absence. during PURE LARD Lb Jar
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Shambach of Schnectady the 83rd birthday anniversaryof and Marion I 3 49C
Mr. and Mrs; L. D. Green. Mr. and my Harrington recent Dr. Covington has arranged for
Mr and Mrs. Martin Land had I
Mrs. Willard Pass and son, of N: Y. are occupying the Platt'scottage i Mrs. Barefoot's sister Mrs. representatives to Boys State in Dr E. R. Smith of the State Boardof
as guests. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tallahassee also spent the weekend ,on Kingsley Lake for a Frances Parker. Tallahassee. Health to be present for the FLAT

with.the. Green month and are also visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and Wednesday clinics, arid the Satur-

Mrs. Hogan Smith was in Miami and *Mrs. Donald McRae and daughters, Faye and Sylvia, spent New ScheduleFor day morning clinics will also be For

the weekend of June 25th visitingher family in Starke. last Friday and Saturday with held on schedule. SARDINES ]

D BIC mother; Mrs. R.. C: Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. James Reddish I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. TThite in Swim Classes CChildren's 25C

[ FL--: Sr. and son, Greg,' and daughter, Bronson. Is( Announced
STARKE I Mr. and Mrs. S. P. :McKnightand Committee
Friends of Mrs Ethel Piekren Carol,_of Valdosta Ga.. Mr. and --

\ former resident of Hampton will Mrs. H. B: Sullivan and children\I' 'children of Lake City S. C. The new schedule. swimming To Meet MondayThe

Fri., Sat.. July. 10. 11 regret to hear that she is con- of Aiken, S. C. and Mrs.: Neil are visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Eustis classes, to begin for Monday, F FLDUR L Lbs $4.87

DOUBLE FEATURE fined in the Alachua Hospital.Mrs. Joyner and children helped Mr. McKnight this week. is morning, July 13, was announced Bradford County Children's 15
Mrs. Harold Ford of
W 0. Kicklighter of Tam- Joyner celebrate his birthday anniversary -[ today by Coach J. C. Hobbs. Committee will meet Mondaynoon

ROAD AGENTWith pa spent Tuesday and Wednesdayof at a fried chicken supper spending a few days this week There will be two classes each July 13, for luncheon at ,

TIM BOLT last week with Mr. and Mrs. at 'Kingsley Lake Tuesday I,with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Fields day, Monday through Friday, and Crescent Court. All members are OLYMPIA Cream Style, ,
G. V. Lee and family who were evening. while enroute to North Carolina: I ( urged to attend.Masonic .
ALSO- I will continue for three weeks. Fe.
at the E. J. I NINETY-MINUTE sere Mr. and Mrs. M., I. Foreman and 303
vacationing Dowling laundry Busses for Starke. children will COR N
Sailor BewareWith cottage at Kingsley' Lake. last ice at the CLOTHES ::LINE.Mrs. children and Mrs. L J. Foreman of leave'the USO at 9 a.m., and will Notice 25C
Dean Martin and Jerry 7 Waycross, Ga. were weekend
F. '
week.Mr F. Stump was visiting return to the usa at 11:30 a.m. _
Lewl, / Joe Sanders of Mrs. W. H. Thomson pests of Mr. and Mrs Dolvin The
and Mrs. her daughter Afternoon bus will leave at 2:30 regular meeting of Brad-

Also Chap. 9,Serial and "Rock- Valdosta, Ga. were weekend guestsof I and family in Monticello, Foreman. p.m. A bus for the Lawt\* chil- ford Lodge No. '35, F. & AJII. SNOW WIIITES

A-Eye Kitty" Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome. on Wednesday another daugh-I :Mr. and'Mrs.: Ernest Phillips dren will leave Lawtey at 8:30:: will be held Monday July 13th at

Miss Mary Dixon of Decatur, Ala. ter. Mrs. John W.. Griffin, and .and Mrs. Martha Maxwell spent ajn. Children must be in the 8:00: o'clock. The regular routine S SUGAR 5 Lbs
Sun. Mon. 12 13 John Mack New- Mr. Griffin in Ga. the Fourth at St. Augustine Beach. business will 39C
July was the guest of Ochlocknee on second grade or above to be eligi- be transacted and
THE RAIDERSIN some from Tuesday to Sunday andMiss Thursday. j I Mrs. George Flynn, Mrs. Huston ble to attend. Coach Hobbs stated;the Master Mason Degree will be
Newsome had as Linda Smith is In Hawthornethis McClane and children and :Mrs. conferred.I .
Evelynn i I there will be ample room for all MY-T-FINE\
TECHNICOLORWith 'weekend guest, Miss Joyce New week visiting her grandmother ''James Phillips, Jr. were at Daytona who wish to at.tend. I members are urged to attend -

Richard Conte and Viveca some, of ,Gainesville.Mr. Mrs. A. K. Smith and cousin,II!i! Beach Saturday.. Classes will be taught in Junior and visiting masons are welcome -

LInton and Mrs. E. D. Patray and Sadie Smith.. I I CLOTHES SANITONE LINE.Mr. CLEANING. at the l life saving, swimming, also classes I PIE FILLING 2 Pkgs 13c

Plus World'ewa' and Color children of Jacksonville were Mrs. D. E. Knight was in.1 I, for intermediates and beginnerswill
and Mrs. Raiford Brown of
Cartoon weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lakeland Tuesday to Thursday' be taught. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
L. O. Hazen. visiting her sister Mrs. Charles ;Plant City were Sunday guests of ; brook purse-size fountain pens in

Tues. July 14 ONLY Mr and'bars; ,Hogan Smith had Larson Mr. and Mrs. Alton' Dobbs. pastel shades. Only $%.31 at Brad- m mfmmmamm
at their cabin on Crosby | Lt. and Mrs. Lowell Douglas of First Aid CardsMay FORD COUNTY
as guests Mr., and Mrs. Virgil Mathews TELEGRAPH. Frozen
Too MANY GIRLS Lake on the; Fourth of July 'Mr. and daughter, Patsy of Neptune Denver Colo. have been visiting Be Obtained Foods

With Lucie:Ball. Richard-Carl and Mrs. J. W Amslie of Madison. Beach' were weekend guests 'of Lt. Douglas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,tTTVTTTTtTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTFor .

son, Ann Miller, Eddie BracketFrances Ga. and Mrs. Thomas E. Oldham Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews. i 1(:J. K. Douglas. 'Lt. Douglas" wilIleave I Bradford High School students

Langford & Deli Arnaz and daughters of Jacksonville.Mr. Richard Long of Clewiston isi' July 15 for two years duty who successfully passed the firs

Plus Cartoon and News .and Mrs. V. L..Alvarez and spending his two weeks vacation tin:j Anchorage, Alaska and Mrs. aid courses given in the seventh S SHRIMP' fkg

son; x.ee, of Winter Park and" Mr. with his mother Mrs. F. H. Long.j j I:Douglas will Join him later after,and tenth grades last spring may Instant 69C

Wed., Thur.'- July 15, 16 and Mrs. N, J. Alvarez and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gregory visiting her parents in Hawthorne ,now obtain their,: Red Cross certification -

-DOUBLE FEATURE Rhetta, of Perry were week- and, sons, Albert and J. R., of'I j Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and cards from Mrs. Cornelius

end guests of Mr. and :Mrs. A. L Philadelphia, Pa. are spending:Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Moore, school secretary, at the

The Lawless Breed Alvarez. two weeks with Mr.: and Mrs. A. I:Gainesville have returned after a high school office. Response STRAWBERRIES

IN TECHNICOLOR CLEAN clothes DRIED AND W. Anderson. Mrs. Anderson and three weeks' trip West stoppinin L H. Gibson, county first aid 3Pk999PRODUCE

Rock Hudson Julia Adams FOLDED at the CLOTHES LINE. her guests and "Mr. and Mrs. John :! El Pasco Texas, Santa Fe, N.II chairman, states that. 70 passed

ANDBloodhounds Mrs.,, Bessie Green of Fort Laud- Anderson and son, John, spent M.. Grand Canyon, Carlsbad Cav'1 the Junior First Aid Course and in L.-
erda'e is the guest this week of the Fourth at St. Augustine, I ern, Yosemite, Calif. and othei p 196 passed the Standard First Aid: today'sadvanced

of Mrs.. Willa Mae Denton and Mrs. Beach. J points of interest enroute. !I Course. Instructors included the '

BroadwayIN G. W. ,Hinson.- Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tilley and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durton: following teachers: Blanche Edwards -

TECHNICOLORWith Mrs T. C. Chastain and ,Mrs. children visited Mr. and Mrs..Don 4 and W. J. Johnston of Atlanta,,/ Verna Demorest, Hazel engines -

W. L. ,Andrews are spending'thisVeek Ray Tilley in Jacksonville on,Ga. were guests of Mr. and Mrs., Cressler, Myrwin Long, Nina (older ones too)
Mltrl Gaynor and Scott ,
) at Salt Springs. Sunday. Sam Anderson 'from Friday t o J I Bishop, Madge McDonald, J. .C.

Brady Miss Lucille Alvarez was visi- Mrs. F. J. Pellum and children,//j Monday. Mrs. Johnston arid children Hobbs, Oliver.K. Dukes, and L H. POTATOES Lbs

Also Latest World News ting her sister, Mrs. O. P. Dyal at Fritz, Patricia and Carolyn, and who have been visiting the! Gibson. .The kind of 10 29C
Andersons for ten
days returnedlome
Jacksonville Beach from Friday toSTARKE Mrs. A. R.. McRae and son, Buddy,I K t
with Mr. Johnston and the response .
i '
I have returned from a 16 day trip) Western Thriller
to the New England states stopping that makes GOOD
for a week at the McRae Mr. and Mrs. James Reddish and Coming Sunday
H I in Quonochontang, R. L children of Valdosta Ga. are driving Lbs
cottage To Park Theatre BANANAS
I They made many interesting side spending a week with' Roy Turner safer 2 25
< and family. Pullln
IIII to' historial while
< trips spots Richard Conte make his first appearance and a
:Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and I
RADIO 'I there. in a Western role after
I NINETY-MINUTE laundry servIce family had as guests the latter nine years of starring suspense lot fill up.. Kvwi Ba HKB

at the CLOTHES LDtE.Mr. part of last week Mr. and Mrs. dramas in 'The Raiders," showingthis more Market
R. L. Alvarez and children of Fort Today! Specials
Reasonable Guaranteed Service, and Mrs. Herbert Drew and Myers. The Alvarez family Sunday and Monday at theo fun!
children of Fort Pierce were week- Park Theatre,
had as weekkend guests, Mr. and
On All end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Based on" historical incidents RIB & BRISKET
Makes Radios or TV Mrs; N. J. Alvarez and daughterof
McRae .1 which followed the great California -
Perry and Mr., and Mrs. Sam
Miss Joyce Cooper of Orlando I gold rush, this film tells the Lb

IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS spent the weekend with Mr. and !Alvarez Mr and and Mrs.son of Wesley Winter Andrews Park. powerful story of one man's fight BEEF 15c

NOT GIVING YOU Mrs G. S. Newcomb and family against the lawless forces that r .
had as Fourth of July guests .
Byron"Newcomb returned to Or- I ruled, the land before California
SATISFACTIONH Ronald Andrews of Jacksonvilleand
lando with his cousin, Joy for a was admitted to the Union:
week's visit. Mrs. T. C. Chastain of Hampton. I Conte turns in a powerful performance
Call1984VAtOllce O. W. White. Sr. and George as the prospector who BACONLb 637
|I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr.1 1I I "
Cheshier left Thursday for ten:I seeks revenge for the murder of
had among their guests at the I ,
days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. his wife and younger brother.

228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's B. F. Boone in Jackson, Tenn. Moore lake on Mrs.the Fourth T. A., Steele Mrs. F.and A.. 'I I Viveca Lindfors plays, the partof FRESH DRESSED & DRAWN

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson the beautiful Spanish girl who
and children visited Mr. and Mrs Frank Walters of Gainesville. Is'in love with Conte. Lb
Misses Idell and Martha Lan. FRYERS E
C, H. Layfield at Keystone 49
drum and Connie Clark spent Friday
Heights on Saturday. Mrs. Lay-
at Daytona Beach. I Mrs. Lane Goodson and Miss The/ ,
field was also the guest of Mrs.
:'. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons and Elaine Crosby of Brooker spent
Wilkinson last Thursday. children Bobby and Maureen, are, the weekend at Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Minnie Bates of W. Palm 1
in Miami this week Mr. Mr., and Mrs. James Seymourand
Beach Is visiting her sister, Mrs. visiting Sensitized SAUSAGE Lb
and Mrs. Paul Wilhelm. family returned home afteran S E
INTEGRITY O. W. White Sr. for a few days. 33c
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone are eight-day trip to Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert I. Spencer
i spending their two weeks vaca- D. Cand New York state. .
and daughter Anice and Bob
of, conduct and dealing with better McElroy of Jacksonville were the tion visiting relatives in Lakelandand Don Dansby of Perry spent last' ..

thoughtfulness and economy in all Fourth guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mulberry.Mr. Thursday and Friday 'with the
.. and Mrs. J. R. Kite R. O..
spent Dansby family. The R O. OUTLenEMo Lb
J. R. Wainwright at Kingsley
our serving these mark the reput-
Lake. the weekend with Dr. and Mrs. Dansbys and Pauline Gay spent 19 '
able quality of this well known firm. R. P. Stubbins in Tallahassee. the Fourth at St. Augustine Beach. GASOLINES
CLOTIIES LINE Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining returned -, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden of.1.
Sunday after spending a Miami were weekend guests of
Mrs. W. H. Hart and daughter, week In Georgia visiting Mrs. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Lb

'" .DeWITTC. JONES Kay and houseguests Nancy and Proctor Snow in Dublin andher and Mrs. X. :M, Smith. WIENERS I S 33C
,,- Marilyn Stuart
'-J of Baxley Ga.,
< parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I Joiner -
:" '. DRIVE IN
service at the
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. and Mrs. John Christenson and in Atlanta..' CLOTHES LINE.Mr. We wire eta cow ,

grandchildren, Donnie and Law- Mrs.Frank Bryan and Mrs. FredKennetb 'd ... e> I
Mrs. Saunders of
t.-- rence Moseley of Plant i iI
City spent and children
of Fort
I Mrs. Green of Lake
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur Tuesday' at St. Augustine. I Lauderdale are spending several ,City-are spending ten days at theRobert's STEAK or Lb
Mr. andMrs.: E. L. Middleton of, weeks with the :Misses Minnie and ROAST 39C
I I cottage Lake.
on Kingsley
local funeral. home enables u to offer convenience,. an4errtce Jacksonville spent the Fourth of Juanita Bessent. ,Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Seig and
not otherwise available. July with Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark are
daughter. Pat, of Gainesville were
.Jj .. .., .. ..,- .. Middleton.Mr. m High Point, N., C. this week visiting old friends here last Fri-
and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and attending the Furniture Mart.
W. furnish! the hlghut type ctrvlca at lowest prices and son, Jimmy. P. P. Woods and H.
Pvt. Harold Davis SERVICE
and Pvt. Ar- Mrana Mrs. C. G. Barksdale, I STORE CHEESE Lb
aeeept ANT life ln unic policy In force issued by ANT A. Lawson spent Sunday in Au- thur Davidson, of Fort Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand I 49

company u p&1ment.11L part or in full on a funeral burndale visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. C spent the weekend with family and Mrs. Lola Mott I Jimmy Moore, Owner I"I"I

Consultation earriea no obligation. W. M, Lawson. Harold's parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. the
spent weekend at their ,
., .... -Mr.. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen had K. Davia. campat J I Cor. 301 & 100 Phone 189 .
Salt .
Springs. .. ., .. .,
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, TT.TTTTTTVTT.TTTT1HEILBRONN...... ................ rYTTYYv I Florida IB CaaaeerT. By! Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk. !
Ruth Celentano, Plaintiff Daniel graph. Florida la Ckaaeerr. '
I Celentano, Defendant 6/26 4t 7/17 Dated this 14 day of June. 155J. Ruth Ella Davis Kinney. Plaintiff,
Case No. 9880 NOTICE TO (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby vs. Gene Kinney DefendantCase
) HIGHLANDBy Xotlee T* Appear. IB Clrcalt Court Clerk of tile Circuit Court No.o 9881
County: By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
To: Daniel Celentano. whose resi- Florida I. Chaacrry. Retire To Appear.
dence and address is: c/o Duca. 85 Hliag A. Antonopoulos, Also Knownas _____, 6/26 4t 7/17 To. Gene ivinneywhose resi-
, by Marian NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM4U4 Rosemont Avenue, East Patterson, Louis Anthon. Plaintiff, vs. Vas- la dence and address is: General Delivery -
County Judce'i Court
Jersey. ,Rock-mart
New iliki H. Antonopoulos Also Knownas Georgia.
You are hereby notified that a Bessie L. Anthon Defendant. Bradford County, Florida Your are hereby notified that
suit for IN RE: Estate of Bertha Robinson suit for
, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns of Divorce !Notice To Appear. Case No. 9892 Wiggins Herlong, Deceased. Divorce and restoration of maiden

Tavares spent last week visiting Miss Louvena Starling returned has been filed against you tn the To: Vasiliki H. Antonopoulos. also TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN name
home after a two weeks above,named Court and cause and known as Bessie : has been filed against the
visit L. Anthon you tn
relatives in this com unity. They yon are required to serve a copy of whose residence Notice is hereby given that I above named Court and
with her uncle and aunt the Jasper answer or pleading to the and address is: have filed! my final returns as Ex- cause
spent Wednesday and Thursday in 18th Street N. Vfn Washington .ecutor you are required to serve a copy ot
in complaint on the PlaintitTiAttorney D. C. of Last Will and Testament
Ogelvies Jacksonville. your answer or pleading to the com-
Jacksonville shopping. They were T. Frank Laadrum, I. of Bertha Robinson Wiggins
y You plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
By 0 eo. T. Bantu accompanied by Marian Norman.Mr. Romeo Prescott of the Armed Starke Florida suit for are hereby notified that a Herlong. deceased; that I have tiled T. Frank Landrum Starke. FlorIda -
Forces, Atlanta, Ga. and file the original In the office of Divorce .1 my petition for final discharge, ,
:County: Agent and Mrs. Phil Brown of Mi- spent the the Clerk of M e Circuit Court on has been and that I will apply to the Honor-
weekend with his parents, Mr. and or before the filed against you In the able Theron A. Yawn. County Judgeof and file the original in the office of
Africolteral Exteal Service ami were visiting his parents, Mr. Mrs. Elish Prescott 20 day of July, 1953; above named Court and cause and Bradford County. Florida on the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
you are
a- and Mrs. Wilmont Brown,. duringthe I otherwise the allegations of call Tour answer required to serve a copy Of July 10; 1953. for approval of the or before the '20 day; of July
Edwin Griffis of the ArmedForces will or pleading to the complaint 1953; otherwise the allegations of
Complaint h taken
distribution and'ready for as confer: same and for final discharge as Ex-
'at for holidays. on the
Foor-H Bays Camp sd by yon. Plaintiffs Attorney ecutor. of the Will of Bertha Rob- said Complaint will be taken as con
spent the weekend with his A. J. Thomas
About 25 Bradford 4-H' Boys next spring planting Fred Johnson visited the Ancel This notice shall be published I I and file the Jr., Starke. Fla. inson Wiggins Herlong. deceased. fused by you.
mother, Mrs. Callis Griffis. He is once each week for four consecutive original in the office of JOHN This notice'shall be published
, will enjoy a,week at Camp beginning If Interested to a green Norman, family and his mother, week in the Bradford County Telegraph the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Executor MORGAN TTIGGIN. as one each week for four consecutive
5 is you are Mrs. Florence stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C* or before the 27 day of July of the La t Will and weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
'- next Monday. Camp legume grazing crop for summer,. Johnson Sunday. The W. C.. Hardee family,.Hom Dated this 17 day of June, 1953. is5f! otherwise the allegations of Testament of Pertha Robinson graph.

held at one of our permanent 4-H you sure want to consider this Mrs Bertlce. Douglas ,of Miami er Smith family, Harry Padgett (OFFIC Clerk of )ehaCircult. Daroy fessed said Complaint by you. will be taken as con-, Wiggins Herlong.6/19 4t 7/10 Dated this 17 day of June. 1951

Camps at Cherry Lake In Madison striata crotalaria. You would ,enjoy visited relatives here during the t Court. This notice shall be (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
family, Brownie Austin family By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. published Clerk of the Circuit Court.
County. Four-H boys from Union, | going down there and seeingit. holidays. Maggie Crews 6/19 4t 7/10 once weeks each In the week for four consecutive NOTICE TO APPEAR By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk
family, Lacey Nor Bradford
" Clay; and Gilchrist Counties win While there you could look at Tullie Norman is spending .this County.Tele-' tm Circuit 'Coart. Bradford C.* ty: 6/19 4t 7/10
man family, and Sidney Starling la Cireait C'aU1. 'Irracford Coaaty,
with us'to make' about 100 and week in Tavares with his brother- .
be his eeed cleaning drying plant. family enjoyed a swim and Florida i la Caaaeery. s !
boys In camp., This crotalaria for summer would in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. pic- Irene L Tucker. Plaintiff vs. CarlL.
nic at Kingsley Lake the. 4th. Tucker Defendant
While at camp the. boys will compare with yellow lupine for Homer Stearns. Amanda Barbara Gene Wilkinson Case No. 9894 DELUXE
land builder and an Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Gaskins Order Of Pakllratloa aad Hotlee To
care winter. It a
swim under the of a Red Jonnie Mae Strickland and Appeari State of Florida MODEL Chef
Cross, life guard. ,No boy will, excellant high protien feed.- and baby of Tampa were holiday Wilbur Moblea all of Jackson- To: Carl L. Tucker, whose residence Magic Range
of their and address is 1419 Pinecroff
Time Is Here guests parents. : 46Exclusive
leave i;,camp without knowing how Mowing ville and Sara Lee Brown of Tampa Road. Greensboro North Carolina
W welcome Aunt Lula Cruce
to ewim" a little. They will, eat From" now on through August attended church services here You are required to appear on
back to our community. She is July 27, 1953 in the above named
three. good meals each day prepared you want to make, use of that Sunday ,_ Court and cons wherein plaintiff
making home with Mrs. Mat-
,under the supervision of a mowing machine or chopper. Best Louie Lee Starling left Sunday. seeks divorce alimony and costs. Q
hew Rhoden. *
lunch room .supervisor. ,Active control for weeds Is prevention to spend a few days in Jackson publish this County Order Telegraph in next shall four
fish Lake
a fry on
recreation win fill a big part of so you want to prevent them seed- ville. weekly issues.

the day. A small portion of time Ing, out. Getting rid of that pest Santa Fe Tuesday were Mr, and Jean Converse of Jacksonville Witness my hand and official seal Features V
Mrs. Norman and at Starke. Florida, this June 25.
LeRoy daughter
will be'given_ to educational tea spectabulas. Crotalaria is slow. spent the weekend here with her 1953.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon and
tures.. May be several months before y Sapp (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT
l'children, Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman dad.Mr. As Clerk of said _
I Need Summer Feed? might notice"something wrong and children Mrs. Florence and Mrs. Leonard Norman By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Exclusive! Two top burners and _

caw with an animal and then it Is usu and Thedore. spent the 4th fishingat Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life drip tray all in one unit Cat
I more feed on an acre of ,
Johnson and their holiday guests, Bldgv Jacksonville, Fla.
ally too late. Doctors Inlet."Young spillovers, lifts like. a feather
land last week that I've seen any Mr and Mrs. Homer Stearns of Attys. for PIt. 6/2.6 4/1.7/171 12Ii\
'where. .,We haven't heard muchabout -One of our good friends lost a Tavares. washes like 9 plate. Burners VII IU

: Crotalaria, except the bad milk cow last week. He had the Bess"Technicolor NOTICE TO APPEARla non-clog, simmer-set. Instant '
Lots of the folks of
our community Clrcalt Court Bradford County,
features, in several! years. There Vet cut Into the cow to deter Florida I IB Ckuceiy. automatic top lighting.
were picnicking on nearby Film
are several varieties of Crotalaria mine the cause of death. With no Patricia Peeler Plaintiff vs. Roy C.
lakes "Saturday. A nice to Peeler, Defendant.
way Case No. 9895
and only' the spectabulas variety clues to go, on, he told the owner celebrate the holidays. At Florida SundayOne Notice To ADDear.- SWING OUT BROILER t ,
is' toxic to'livestock.: that sometime in past few months To: Roy C. Peeler, whose residence Exclusive! Open the door and the
The boys from our community and address is: R. D. 2, Wash-
Z. W. Hamilton at Brooker has the cow had eaten Crotalariabutit serving with the National Guardat of the greatest love stories burn. North Dakota. broiler swings out, ready for tee. ,

several acres of.the "striata" vari- was the Spectabulas variety. Fort McClellan Ala. are O. P. the world has ever known will be suit Your for are hereby notified that a Convenient, smokeless. Fun to. fix .

ety. He, has grazed it down once, MOW THEM THERE WEEDS. Hutto, Kenneth Norman, Harold brought to the screen of the Florida Divorce. ''custody and control of sizzling; savory steaks.GUARANTEED. '

and'It Is three feet high now. He I Gas-Tax, Refund Theatre this Sunday and Mon- minor children :
Norman, Richard Carter,, Donald has been filed against In the I
can graze it again and then let We have applications for Gasoline Green, Leo Thornton Arlie Un- day in "Young Bess starring above'named Court aid yon cause and Each is for-one t e

it make;,seed He will have seed I tax refund permit here in the derhill Charles Dick Star. Jean Simmons, Stewart Granger, you are required to serve a copy of range guaranteed \
your answer or pleading to the complaint year against defects in workmanship -\
Deborah Kerr and Charles
., line and John Benny Sapp. Laugh- on the Plaintiff's Attorney or material. Burners are ,
Evan T.
ton. Evans 103 Law Exchange -
Mr.: and'Mrs. R L. Morgan and Building, Jacksonville, guaranteed for life. iE '

That's Our BusinessIf daughters Joyce and Judy were Filmed in Technicolor amidst Florida. .
relatives the settings of pageantry and and file the original In The office cf V.
15S It's Glass We Have It! visiting at White Springs the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
lover the weekend. splendor that characterized Tudor or before the 27 day of July. E

CALL. WRITE or VISIT Church News England, "Young Bess" unfolds said 1953; otherwise the allegations of e +
Complaint will be taken as con- t
Our newly-called pastor, Rey.J. the romance of the spirited princess fessed by you.
Joe Peters Glass Co. who was to become Britain's This notice shall be published I
E. Lingerfelt, filled the pulpitat once each week for four consecutive
both morning and evening services great and first Queen Elizabeth at weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Priced As Low As
the age of 25. ,
t Guess everybody had company I Dated this 25 day of June, 1953.
We. Design Modern Store Fronts, Sunday morning as we .had a The story traces the childhood of ([OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Clerk of the Circuit Court (
much better crowd Sunday night. the unwanted princess whose Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

Table Tops Remember Sunday School and mother had been beheaded by her 6/26 4t 7/17

31S.N'W.;' : 13th St...- 'Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353 Training Union. We need you in father, Henry VIII; shows her as NOTICE TO APPEAR
these services. she grows up to become the foil Ja: Clrealt Court Bradford County, H99PLUS 1
Florida i In Caaaceir NO MONEY DOWNUSE
of unscrupulous political plotters; Diane Pe'nton, Plaintiff, VS. Rex A. Z'.
d h. depicts her love affair with a Penton, Defendant.

office.We are also glad to give handsome naval hero; and con- Xoilte To Case No. 9893 YOUR OLD RANGE

'UP $ you the information we have cludes with triumphant defeatof To: Rex Appear.A. Penton whose residence FOR DOWN PAYMENTCompletely

about the application and the per her enemies. and address is: 87 Veterans
Court, Montgomery Alabama Installed
mit.If In the title role Jean Simmons You are hereby notified that a
MONEY to start tax suit for
you plan using YOUR.
TO offers a compelling and emotion- Divorce

ijLO refund gasoline August 5, whichis ally persuasive portrayal of the has been filed against you in the LONG TERMS TO PAY

the effective date of the law, spirited and fearless who above named Court and cause and OLD RANGE
required to of Payments As Low As $8.53 Per Month
you must apply for refund per- you are serve a copy
never wavers in her devotion to your answer or Jleadlngto the
mit at least 15 days prior to that complaint on the Plaintiff's
the only man whom she could eve r:
\ Attorney Evan T. Evans. 103

CONFIDENTIALPrompt date.V love. Law Exchange, Florida Building, Jacksonville V 1 CYLINDER GAS FREE !! !!

and file the original In the office I
j jj j jy I i TT *jr-iifj-fr-f* f of the Clerk of the Circuit Court II I '
tf/4Yeafr/ THE RIGHT POINT for the on'or before the I
Friendly Service ; 27 day of July, 1953;'
way you write. Come In and select otherwise the allegations of nil

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6# '" '" Complaint will be taken as con-
NOW the miracle your favorite ESTERBKOOKFountain I fessed by you. CENTRAL PLAn GAS & APPLIANCE CO.
Pen. Only $2.37: at This notice shall tie publlshe(
STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO. once each week for four consecutive I .
strength of an all BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- weeks in the Bradford County Tele! .

graph.Dated this 24 day of June. 1953. PHONE 301 STARKE, FLA.
Phone'160 In CanoVa Drug Store NYLON CORD TIRE (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Darby
la The County Judfce'N Court la I Clerk of the Circuit Court
And For Bradford Conatr..
for only a few State Of FloridaIN _
RE: Estate of: J. B. Carlisle Jr..

dollars more than Deceased.Notice of FIliBg Petittoa For Final .
MOVINGLOCAL : DUrharge ef .Admlnixtrator i

: standard tire! TO ALLVHOM IT HAY CONCERN < tIntS .
: \ On oIl there pf 0 I J
Notice is hereby given that I have '
t filed my final returns as administrator \ /

Safe PHONE of the Estate of J. B. Cart \ /mpJr/on:.. !; / ,..
lisle. Jr.. deceased; that I have filed
OR S Dependable 2 my petition for final discharge, and '
LONGDISTANCE 311 that I will apply to the Honorable 11 evroi&
Economical X11 Theron A. Yawn, County Judge of 1 f
Bradford County, Florida, on July 1 ft
R. B. Alvarez OR 1Z 15. 1953 for approval of the same ., .
and for final discharge as admini- ,
Agents For TRANSFER AND Nk / strator of the estate of .J. B. Car- 1 f '
250JSTORAGE e lisle, Jr., deceased.
Delcher Bros. STORAGE,'' CO. .. June 9. 1953. _

AL Administrator, KAY CARLISLE of the. estate of

J. B. Carlisle Jr., deceased. l art er a ea
6/19 4t 7/10 \

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Perryman Bldg. S.,Court St. Starke, Florida( I "" fa Florida ClrcBlt la Court.Ch.Bcr7.Bradford CoMty

Michael Fleming. Plaintiff, vs. : I
I Honoura Fleming Defendant.Case .
No. 9883 \ / t/Jo eve/

,- Settee T* Appear.To f/J '
GOOD/YEAR : Honoura Fleming, whose resIdence -
WINKLE and address Is: 202 Park ;
; Terrace Hartford. Connecticut 1 t '

.. You are hereby notified that a 1 f
ALL-NYLON CORDSuperCushion suit for 1 It
Divorce custody, control and ,
11'17I.RADIO J- support of minor children .* .
./ has been filed against you In the V
above named Court and cause and

you are required to serve a copy o* \. .- IN NEW AND ADVANCED STYLlNG-The new long, a'? -,., ,

Auto Tire your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the low. sleek lines of the 1953 Chevrolet set new standards ",,, r :

Attorney Starke. Florida.T. Frank Landrum. of beauty in the low-price field. Here you will see .. <

and file the original In the officeof careful detailing and a richness of appointments always : < ; 1s

AND e New tread gives up the before Clerk of the Circuit Courten before found only in much costlier cars.'r
or the ? E
to 21% more mileage! 20 day.of July 1953i: IN HIGH-POWERED PERfORMANCE-The most powerful J ,
otherwise --
the allegations of -
TELEVISIONSales S Up to 80% more Complaint will be taken as con-said. engine in the low-price field! The entirely new --' 9%

fessed by you. in combination with new .
,. strength for longerlife This notice shall be published 1115h.p.BlueFlame" engine ., ,., .. ..
once each week for four consecutive Powerglide* brings you new high
weeks graph.in the Bradford.County Tele-. I, and a wonderful gain in economy too. In gearshift

I and Service S Greater safety1 Dated this 17 day of June. 1)53. models you will find the advanced high-compression ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby j
against impact
I' r I Clerk ,of the Circuit Court 1: 108-h.p. "Thrift-King engine. '

I 224 N Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida blowouts) By Marlon L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. SIMPLE AUTOMATIC DRIVING-Expect ,, ;;
Temple /19 , Be safer by far-for very faster getaway with Powerglide's new automatic starting _. /! 1

little morel Trade NOW for XOTICE TO APPEAR and passing range and new economy too. Chevro '
the lastly superior strength la ClrcBlt Cart Bradford C.Mtr,
Florida IB Ckaaeerr. let's new Power Steering takes over 80 per cent of the
and oi the miracle '
safety Raul Funtanellas, Plaintiff, vs. work of steering, makes parking unbelievably easy. 41:
All-Nylon Cord Super- Marina Jiminian Funtanellas, Defendant i '

Cushion I IWe'll Case No. S882 IN ECONOMY AND VALUE-Now youTl get many
X.ti*. T* Appears '
Tank the To: Marina Jiminian Funtanellas more miles out of every gallon of gasoline. You'll save ;;; '" .
Free ;
whose residence and address is: over-all operation and upkeep, too. Yet Chevrolet ., r .
on _
3277-32nd Avenue. ? 2__ ,
Queens, ,, Tt* tunes 1ro tes
unused mileage. Long Island. New York. remains the lowest-priced line in the low price field. ,. Md,,. With 3 "'sot ..,'eI. 0.-
You are hereby notified that a w"' foM' efftri the. .idest> choic of .*o*>*
in your old tires! suit for IN AMERICA'S FAYOR-Again this year-as in every b Hi kid. t \
Divorce custody and control of people are buying Chevrolets
minor child single postwar year-more
as little! as $1.25 has been filed against you In the than any other car. In fact, latest official registration r:=: "' I

c week for a pair above named Court and cause and show that Chevrolet is over 25% ahead of the t, -
:WITH PURCHASE OF you are required to serve a copy of fig i res
r your answer or pleading to the second-place car. Nearly 2 million more _Ie"r '
complaint on the Plaintiffs .make.
Chevrolets than'any
Attorney T. Frank drive
Landrum ..

ANY NEW GAS RANGE and Starke.file the Florida original In the office of 'Optional at extra cost. Combination of Powerglide automatic L i -.j!

the Clerk of the Circuit Court on transmission and 115-h.p. "B -Flame" engine available on .

or before 20 day the of July, 1J53; "'Twt-Ten" and Bd Air modals only. Power Steering available MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR! i

otherwise the allegations of ,said on all models. .
SERVICE CENTERSTATIOII complaint will be ta.kea&s confessed "
by you. f
This notice shah be published d ; I

Slade Gas Co. once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele

graph CO. 'j
Dated this 17 day of June. lIst TORODE CHEVROLET

o SEEBER D. GOODMAN (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A.Darby Court

By Marian L. f
Crosby. Deputy Clerk

PHONE 121 STARKE, FLA., U. S. 301 at South City Limits '/It 4t 71NOTICE 0 PHONE 111 STARKE FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS !
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...i..y 1. Clrrcit Comrt Bradftrt Cocarr,

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FRIDAY. JULY 10, 195S .--

I TT..T..T..f I enough then! ,' ,
Church ef ChristCorner We had a small t shower of rain __ .. ,___ -_ ': '_ .' _,'. _" _- : '_ ,

Preaching 10th-11 and A. M McMahon and 7:31 LONG BRANCH rain Sunday again.brit we sure need a good SUMMER [ ODD BARGAINS !

P.J.L Mrs J. L'' Strickland
Prayer :Meeting and Study

each Wednesday 7:30 P, M i&&&&&&& &.& A& & A ..
Bible School-10 A. M GENEVAby
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris

, Methodist ChurchSunday ,Christian Church WOODLAWN 'MISSIONARY have spent a prolonged visit with Blanche
Harris will
BAPTIST CHURCH relatives in Calif. Mrs.
July 12 -Church School Sunday July 12- Bible School LAWTEY, FLA. 1 be remembered as Winnie Starling .

9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 9:45 a, m. Morning Worship and of Clay HilL They live f in i, i
am.. sermon topic by the pastor, Communion 11 a. m. The message 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Forsytheand

Rev. T. G. Mitchell: "What Is the will be,by Brother Owen Still who preaching. 6:15, BTU, 6:45: prayer Clyde and Ida Padgett were three children are spendingtwo
Responsibility of a Christian" will be with us from the Hawaiian service, 7 o'clock song services, calling on friends and relativesover : weeks vacation with relatives -
Christian Endeavor at 7p. services. of the 4th. They in ,Connellsville, Pa. Mr.
e Special music by the choir directed Islands. 7:30 evening the weekend
will and study a colored Forsythe is employed at the Hud-
by Forrest A. McGinley with m. see. live near Tampa.Mr.
.)trs. E. K. Perryman as organist. film on the life of Christ. ''Eve- THERESSA and Mrs. Ernie Padgettwere son Pulp & Paper Co. in Palatka.I

Sunday evening at 8 the pastor) sing Message, "Seek Ye Com- IIOPE BAPTIST CHURCH calling on relatives and Friends of Miss Danette Snow .

will preach the second in a series' fort tat 8 p. 'm. Sunday School 10 a.m.; Preach: friends Sunday. They had heard 16 year old daughter of Mrs. I.

on The Favorite Psalms." GeorgeT Mid-week Prayer Service and ing Service 11 a. m..; Training that I was sick, so came over to J. Snow of Sarasota will be sorryto /II""

Huggins will lead the congregationaL Bible Study, _Wednesday 8 p. m., Evening Service see us too. They were both rearedin learn she is a patient in the -
Union 7 m.;
singing with Mrs.. Lloyd on the 5th Chapter of Hebrews. p. this neighborhood.Mr. Sarasota hospital where she has QucmmyBiqhtsBesen-ed i Prices Good Thru SaL, July 11
organist.Presbyterian. p. m. and Mrs. Ed Mays also had three blood transfusions. Her --- -
Green as contendingfor
"A church
called on us Sunday afternoon to doctor thinks she will have to undergo Low Prices \. .
St. Mark's Episcopal delivered .
the Faith which was once I
I let us know they would be back sureerv in the near future. 152 Can Sim!
Church.;.,- Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain I I unto the Saints. -Jude Monday: for more fruit jars and She is the daughter of the former Everyday I ,

Sunday m., July 12-Sunday Worship School 11 Schedule of Services 3. A welcome-Merle awaits Packman you., pastor. :have pears.sold This them makes this 308 year.jars we 1 Ruby many Forsytha years, before who resided moving here to Specials Too Starke, Florida'Kraft's : I' I I

9:45: a. Morning SUNDAYS Sarasota. She Is the niece of Mrs.
a. m. at which time the Lord's 9:15 a.m., Church SchooL 11 PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Mr. and Mrs.,Wm. Crews from Blanche Cunningham and Ray -
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Supper will be served tun., Morning Prayer & Sermon; CHURCH Middleburg came to us last week Forsythe. ----
Week Prayer Services 7:30p. School 10 for fruit 200. And we
fitd- Sunday a.m. jars got ,
6:30: p-rn., Young People's Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and daughter Famous Salad Dressing
m. Wednesday. Adult choir Morning Service 11 a.m. still have jars. Well three years
ice League. Lillian, spent the weekend
Wednesday 8 p. mAt Service 7:30 had all of these jars and
practice on Evening pjn. ago we
HOLY COMMUNION I with Mrs. Gentry's son-in-law and Pint
Prayer Meetings Wednesday more, in fact I canned close to MIRACLE I WHIP 2SC
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Burt Bus-
3rd. Sunday
The TabernacleMr. 1St. Sunday 11 a.m. night 7:45 p.m. Saturday sigh 1600 cans of food that year. We bee in Orange Park.

i 7:30 do not need that much canned,
a.m.FRIDAY Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Easterly of
and Mrs. W. B. McKinney CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST so we are selling the jars to some Jacksonville spent the 4th with .

prepared and led the( Saturday' 7:30 pjn. Litany & Meditation LATTER DAY SAINTS one who needs them. Mrs. Easterly's mother, Mrs. Vacuum PackedASTOR .

night Youth Meeting. The Sunday 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. I i Services each Sunday in old Masonic Sweet Dees, wife and son were Blanche Cunningham and family -
morning' service was* conductedby Hall on B. Call St. Sunday, sweet vines Monday Pound
hunting potato Friends of Mrs. Ernest Davis '
the sponsor, and communion I School 10 a. m, Sacrament Serv- COFFEE 79CFrey
was observed. J. D. Sasser of Live Church of God ice 6:30 p. Everyone welcome. they came to right place 2000 will be sorry to know she has
I to get them. Lee Green been quite ill for the past few
Oak was among the. Sunday visi School 10 ajn. Morning 1 Bud Wil-
i Sunday vines last week and we, weeks and as of now does not
tors. Worship 11 a.m. Evening Singing Convention kinson and Jim still have plenty show much improvement.
_L. M. Fletcher of Wilmington, Bentos
Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service vines left but it will soon be too
h. C. visited the Tabernacle last
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer MeetIng Bradford-Union singing conven late to set them. I,TTTTTTTTTVVVTTTTVVTVVVTTNEW
Saturday to view the "Feast ofBelshazzar' 7:30 p.m. Thursday. tion meets Sunday, July 12, at 2 Gertie Faircloth and Nellie Wil- J2ozStokely's .
which was painted by CORNED BEEF 39C
his grandmother, the late Mrs. Lawtey p. m. at the Kingsley Lake Bap-I' kinson were looking for peas this % RIVER ,

Amy Stewart Fletcher of St. Petersburg -I Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morning tist Church. Everyone Interested (Monday) morning. They found

He was accompaniedsouth Worship 11 &.In. YPE Servo in gospel singing is urged to at- peas as well as corn in Buddy's .

by his wife. ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m.SEVENTH tend. crop here. Maxine AndrewsAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. FinestTOMATO

about 25 of the .
DAY rw...................... There were and j
folks in this neighborhood 24-oz
St. Edward's Church
Misses Helen Kelly, Virginia{ .
ADVENTIST near here who went to Drs. JUICE 23C
Sunday Mass at 9:15'a. m. old GRAHAM fishing and on a fish fry Satur- Parrish, Beverly and Mary Ellen
Weekday Mass 7:30 a.nv Services each Sabbath had wonderful I Green returned Friday from 4-H
day. All say they a
Children's Class 11 Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath '
Saturday Carters, Club at Camp McQuarrie. They
J by Mrs. Bonnie McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD time. Some of the
a. m., School 2 p.m Preachingeach
wonderful and
I reported a very
Wilkinsons and Gertie Faircloth
. .
second and fourth Sabbath: .
Keystone Heights educational trip.
.is well as others went.
(Women's Club) 3 Elder .Mostert, pastor,
p.m. Russel Green and
Mr. and Mrs.
Sgt. and Mrs. Ottis McKinneyand We hear Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m
I Confessions before all Masses. Everyone welcome. children of Columbus, Ga.. Whitehead are the parents of children spent Sunday in Jackson- STANDARD DEL MONTE Early Garden
I Mr. and Mrs. Horace Weatherdonof another child but we did not vill withrelatives.

I Lutz, and Mr. and Mrs. V. L learn whether a'' son or daughter.If Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins,

McKinney of Palatka all spent the folks want me to tell the news Mr. and Mrs. Russel Green and TOMATOES PEA S

4th of July with their parents, Mr. correctly, they must get it tome Mrs. Rosa Pinholster attendedthe

and Mrs. John McKinney. !as it is, and I will do my best to barbecue and other celebra-

< FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Ralph Davis will leave, for the pass it on as it is. tions at Live Oak Saturday night No. 303 No. 303

Starke Army on July 7. Bessie Strickland has been suffering Gene Andrews of Jacksonville 3 29' 19Cu.

Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney with a very severe headache -I spent the long weekend with his
I' ." ,, ,\ r visited Mrs. Annie Ward and chil- and strep throat for several parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. An-
dren Sunday afternoon in Waldo.'I days. Had to go to the Dr. with drews.

s 'REV:: LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor' Mitch Edwards of Starke and the trouble last week he order< Mr. and Mrs. Frank L Tomlin-

I Mrs. Ivy Jordon of Tampa were I her to bed. Well,: he didn't needto sons' sister returned to her home, S. "Choice" Grade "Eat-Rite" BEEF
Jefferson and 'Court Streets In The Heart of Town dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. tell her to stay in bed, she in La. after spending several

John McKinney Thursday of last stayed in anyway as long as shewasn't weeks here. Lb
Phones Office 234 130
i week. able to get up then the Mrs. Donald Bain of Fort My- CHUCK ROAST 39C

",,,, ,.,,, ", ." bed didn't feel so good and there ers who is visiting her sister, Mrs. ,
was,work to do, so she failed to
P.M. Recent Births Albert Hill and other relatives in
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 stay in bed any longer. Anywayit
Santa Fe spent Monday night
Sunday School 9.15 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Mr., and Mrs. D. L Thomas announce is too hot to stay in bed if you and Tuesday with the Reddish 7" RIB Lb
can get up. The head still aches, ROAST 59C
the birth of a daughter, Andrews family.
Midweek Service Wednesday*, 7:30 P.M. always does, so I 'wouldn't feel
Lou Ann on Friday July 3, in St. right if it would quit, would Mrs. Mana Wiggins and Mrs. ,

Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville. sure i Rosa Pinholster and Miss Lubedia
think something was wrong
Pinholster of Brooker spent Wed- Meaty "Eat.Rite" Plate Freshly Ground

.. a '.v ...,, I. nesday Mr. and night Mrs. and Guy Thursday Pinholster with at Lb Lb
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\< ''<'I', ..>', Don't Miss The Last Three
i :.(t *" .\ .... Days of This Great Meeting Here is a recipe one of the
i ; .. teachers in Starke gave mother.
; ; "' I Hear Now is a good time for pepper

IIT7i Pf M Pastor Bob Gray'And relish.This is very good. Bell Pepper -

I Relish 12 red peppers, 12 DUBUQUE Cooked U. "CHOICE" Grade

green peppers, 12 onions, 3 cups
r The Gonzales Trio sugar, 3 cups vinegar and 3 teas-
A poons salt. Cut peppers and take CANNEDICNICS LAMB

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH out seeds.. Peel. onions and put all:I
L: Hampton
through meat grinder or chop fine.

Dinner on the grounds Put in sauce pan and cover with SHOULDER31bs

F : I #II"I Sunday: Services 11 a.m. boiling water, let stand for 15 ,
and 8 p.irf. Hear the best
minutes and add sugar, salt and

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wynn Belvohv. Va.; ,:Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Four-H Girls Week At Funeral John Temafeew" Defendant.
,Mrs.. Lacy J. Enjoy I SundayFor Case Xo. complaint on the PlaintilrsAttorney
" '. Brannen and Miss Jessie MaeFuneral JS03: : Joseph K. Skipper .:J

services for fr Mrs. L :J.: : Brannen Lakeland; Mrs. Anna Jim VarnesJim Notice To: John To Appear.Temafeew, "whose resi Graham Building JacKsormurFlorida

LouIa were held Saturday' Alexander,*, and Mr. and Mrs Guy den('& and address is: cVo Consoli- and rile the origieal (.n the office of
) Wynn
( datA
Laundries... 182 East, 42nd St.
Jacksonville Mr and Varnes 66, lifelong residentof the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa
Pinholster. ; ,
afternoon.at 3:30 o'clock at Borough of Manha\tan. New York. I or before the

th .'Jones Funeral Home with Rev. Mrs.;'Purvis haze, Ocala: }!r. and Bradford County died Friday, New York.' S day of August.!' 1H3::;

Mrs. T. E. Duncan and son Ted. I- July 3, as the result of a heart You are hereby notified that a otherwise the allegations said
L. D
Fred Dodd. Complaint
by a' sister in suit for will be taken as confessed -
attack visiting
Wilbur Scott Mr. .
and Mrs. by
Mr. you.
A vocal number Divorce
Haines officiating. I t k ?
Orlando.Mr. notice
was' rendered by Mrs. Young and Mrs.: Elmer Johns. Mr. andBerry bar been filed against you In the each shalf ue publishedonce ,
V rnes"as born Sept. 10, above named Court and and for four consecutive
Mrs.: W' fred Haze all of Gainesville weeks In the
Pradford ,
and Mrs Elnier ,Johns. In- County Tele
you are required to serve a copy of
18S? in this .county and was a graph. .
terment was in v Santa Fe Cemetery ; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rob- your answer or pleading to the
-- member of the Christian Church. complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney. Dated this ? day of July 193:
< beside her mother, MrS: W. erts Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Evan T. Evans. 103
He farmed until ill health forcedhis
' K. Williamson Seth Kennedy Keystone. Heights; I Law Exchange Building. Jack. Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian L.
; ,J : retirement: sonville, Florida Crosby Deputy Clerk
Pinholster Brooker i
Mrs. Rosa
the funeral 7/3 4t 7 J4
(. Those attending his wife Mrs. i and file the origrnat In tne office of
and many others.' I Surviving are ; the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
from out of town points Included: 'I FTyffTvTMTTvvTTvvTTTTfvWHERE
r -# Maude Warren Varnes of Starke; ir before the
" O. J 'Williamson and Marshall Mrs. James Childs, 3 day of August 1953:
daughter I
Funeral Thursday I otherwise the allegations of said
r Williamson, Chadbourne. 'N. C.: vs W1iii ; 1 Orlando; two sons, James and Complaint will. be taken as confeaS-\\ EXPERIENCE COUNTIf

Mrs. ,A. J. Williamson and Mrs. For Mrs. Dieuaide ., ( Romie Varnes Lakeland; three I "d This by you netlce shall :.e published

Minnie BEgan Cerre Gordo, N.C.; > < brothers, Isaac Varnes, Dunnellon; once each week for four consecutive: I you need a truss or surgical

Pvt.. Leonard M Noegel Camp Georgianne Zebedee Dieuaide. Millard and Alfred Varnes. Starke; i weeks graph.in the Bradford County Tele. support, you cannot afford to

30, died July 6 in Georgetown two sisters. Mrs. Tina Johns Daytona Ifcued this 30 day of June, 1951. I take a chance with jour health,

, University Hospital Washington. Beach and Mrs. Mary Ann (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A. Court Darbj !I by being improperly fitted.

D. C, She. had been employed'as, it-\L Conner, Starke. By Marian L. Ciosby Deputy' Clerk Here at Canova Prescription
_' an office worker in The Pentagon Services were held in the De- :.- 7/3 4t 1/241 Centtr, we have trained technicians -

. -' for the past eight years and ,was Witt C. Jones Chapel Sunday NOTICE ,APPEAR I both male and female

PRICES. !. a sister of the late. Johnny afternoon at 2 o'clock. Intermentwas la Clrralt Court. Bradford roaatrFlorida
, > la Chaarerr. o serve jou.Remember .
FINEST QUALITY I Zebedee. in Dedan Cemetery near Petty Jean Campbell. Plaintiff. n.

Funeral, services were held in Brooker. Edward Earl Campbell. Defendant. j I your health and

No Extra Charge St. Edwards Catholic Church Active pallbearers were Lacy Notice To Appear.To Case Xo. 9911 comfort depend on expert

For Setting In Or .Near Thursday morning: at 9 o'clock. Brown. E. L. Parrish, Ship Tom- : Edward Earl Campbell. who! :
and address is: 210
: ; STARKEWrite ',' Interment-Waa in; ,Crosby Lake linson Eston Brown, A. J. New- Grand Street, Cheraw South Carolina. I.e-I fitting.CAHOVA

Cemetery'under the'direction of : man, and E. B. McKinney.Starke i i
F Jones. You are hereby notified that a ]
De\.1tt.C. suit for I
in Section 28, Twn 6 S. I PRESCRIPTION CENTEI
Divorce temporary aid,

', Birth ; L ..w"YL i #..,.v';"'._. _ The Range assessment 22!' East.of the said prop, alimony attorney's permanent fees 1\ PHONE 4202
; Recent .. and restoration of maiden name
-' erty under the said certificate
'_ Pictured above are the 4-H Girls Club members who enjoyed the outing at Camp McQuaitie last was In the name of Primus has Clerk: of the Circuit Court (NearHospital: ) .
been filed against you in the I
-;- Mr. and Mrs. William E. ',Thig- \week: Carr. above named Court and cause and Gainesville, Fla.

i For Free FolderAIUNTICMLMORIAL&INC pen ,of, Macclenny are William th ihapp E._ First row (\ to r) Miss Dorothy Ross county he me demonstration agent Betty Lou Wainwright redeemed Unless said according certificate to law.shall the be I:, yon your ae answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of I iAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiiAAAALVAREZt

parents of a son property described therein will be
( : Jr., born July 4 in St.Luke's Janice Chesser Barbara Biggs Virginia Parrish, Mary Ella Green Judy Kelly Beverly Green. sold to the highest bidder at the _
ESTA&USHEO 1930 Second row ((1 to rj ,Linda Kay Sale, Yvonne G iskins, Betty Gaskins, Wanda Norma, Cecelia court house door on the first Mon : I
... Hospital day in the month of August 1953: ,t Men's.Ciothing
.4 r;. :JtcCombs, .Elizabeth Prevail Helen Kelly Diana Smith, Sue Chastain. which is the 3 day of August. 1953. III. STORE
j; .... .j 713 FOUST ST. Dated this 2? day of June. 1953. [
JA080NVIUI. ROIIDA DON'T SAY fountain pen-S.-\Y :. Third row,((1to r) Sandra. .Lamb, Sandra Rowe Vida Jean Gentry Ethel Mann, Elissa Stefanelli, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1., Established 1894 !
for every '
'. ESTERBROOK. A point Marilyn Cox'Juanita Blount, Alice Faye Newman Judy Cooper. Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad I
.i $%.31 complete at BRAD ford County, Florida.
purpose 4t .
7/3 7/24 .

4 :; The C.n.tr ".***'. O.rt I.I Twenty-eight girls from Bradford Mrs; Mary Dally of Clay Electric: More Current REGISTER OTICE OF FICTITIOUS lME\TtO\NAME E HAT LAUNDRY 3

PHONE 218 Aad F.r Bradford Coaaty, Flori- County camped with girls Cooperative, News Writing and Than Few Years AgoFolks Notice is hereby given that the

.*. from Putman and Volusia ,counties Social Courtesy taught by Miss undersigned under the provisionsof ,
C. .
'Estate of QROVER
IN RE: The Chapter 20,353 Laws of Florida.Acts 227 Oak St.
COLONIALFLORIST BLt: EP.. also known as G. U' af: 4-H Camp McQuarrie near Mma Warren of the State Home here are simply using of 1941. will register with the 3

t BLt; ER. deceased. Astor Park last week. Demonstration Offices, and swim- Clerk of the Circuit Court in and SPECIALIZING IN
NOTICE FOR FILING more electric current they for E'radford County, State of Florida
FOR FI\L IWCHIHGE OF Details 'df 'running the camp !ming taught by Miss Whylene were several ago. upon receipt of proof of publication E

EXECVTOR out the Council and Mr. Barker Red years of this notice, the fictitious
were carried ;by Mayfield WILL OPEN MONDAY JULY 13psflpnpflflfl
I Notice I is hereby given that I have This is the explanation of city.I name of The Clothes Line under ..
Executor which was made .of four girls Cross Instructor. Jack Johnsonof I in business I
filed my final returns as up officials for the frequent complaints which we are. engaged .
of the Estate of Grover C. Blumer, from' each county.: the State Extension Office in on Temple Avenue, Starke, Fla. =ssssflssss sssssflpflrrsflfl :
also known as G. C. Blamer. deceased .1 I of consumers who can't That the parties Interested in said
FLOWERS, ; that I have filed my Fetl. Girls on the Council from this Gainesville taught a class on plan- understand why their light bill is business are Junius M. Smith and YOU ARE SURE TO BE PLEASED
S and 'final ds-: Virginia W.. Smith W. Madison St..
tion for distribution county were Patricia Wainwrightof ning a house.A
than it used to be. '
: more ,
For AU' o* August Starke, Fla.
and that
charge.1953. I will apply'to the Honorable Lawtey; Pat Hobbs, Elissa- free swim period, ball games Officials explain that the increase Dated this 3rd day of July .A.D. WITH MY WORK. AT REASONABLE PRICESrsSSpSrsssprsstssssssrsssssssssSsSSsSrSSeS

\, T_A..Yawn..County Judge of Bradford Steffanelli and Marilyn Cox of and 'crafts in wood work filled the in nearly every case, is 1953. Starke Bradford County Fla. I'
for approvalof 4t
County. Florida. 1/3 7/24 II' rr f-ar-ar-ar--f-f ffff fr j TxsT T'l njTNar.aTNsrsraTaTa- i ->TuOPEN'
1:, said final returns and tor;an order Starke. The advisor to, this: group I afternoon. due to new appliances-electric ---- a

i t' (j) .. .t-f distribution'as Executor and of for' the final Will discharge of- was Mrs. Elizabeth Starbird'.of, Games and, movies prevailed at stoves, fans, heaters, air conditioners IB Circuit NOTICE Court.APPEAR Bradford County 6 A. M. TO 9 P. M.

l Grover C. Bl mer.also known as G. Home Demonstration Agent : night with skit night an outdoor etc.-that have been Installed Florldai IB Chaarrrr.
r Palatka wha was manager.Fo .i Clarence Parton Plaintiff, vs. Otel-
camp in homes and offices in
C/Blumer-deceased. ending
supper and the evening ia Barton, Defendant. ,
>*JulyT, 195J < their fine work the girls re.-I
: DISH GARDENS with cent years. Case Xo. 9909. \
J (Signed) E.A. WPKLER.. were rewarded with a treat in vespers.At i .Notice To Appear.To Put A List Of Everything In Your Bundle

t j POTTERY' Executor. 7/10 4t 7/31 the canteen. the beautiful candlelight To show the increase in the use : Otelia Barton, whose residence You Will Get Them All Back :
i the girls of in recent years R. S. is: State Mental Hospital
service Thursday night 'power
Miss Dorothy Ross, Home Dem- Petersburg Virginia. : All Clothes Must Be .In Before Thursday'SSssSSSSpSsrtrrsrrss.trrsrttssSrSStSSStS
POTTED PLANTS !. Tfce Circuit Coart Of Florida reviewed the meaning of the ,4H's Wasdin, superintendent of the You are hereby notified that a #' I
Judicial Circuit, IB And onstration Agent of Starke ,says
Eighth lists the total suit for '
candles city plant. .
their lighted consump-
IB Claaa wy as saw
F. Bradford Coaaty. the Council contributed to jthe Divorce of
4. Flowers JVlred.Yntlce Yawn Plaintiff, \'S. W. T.; and aC' float out on the lake in the ,dark-. tion for the month of May duringthe children and custody minor :. Call For Washhouse Fat
of the as result -
.. DIVORCEAnyivliere success camp %
Yawn. Defendant of the night. past four years as follows: has been filed against you In the .
NOTICE TO APPEAR she believes this to bethe ness .. ,
above named Court and cause and .a.AAAA A A A A & & LAAAAAAAAX
To: W. Tr Yaw* whose residence smoothest running 4-H camp she Elissa Stefanelli was pointedout May 1950 286,880 KW Hours; yon are required to serve a copy of ', .' ,

is: Route 1, Vienna, Georgia. made the most May 1351-298,430 KW Hours; your answer or pleading to the c
Yon are hereby notified that a has ever attended. as having complaint on the PlaintlfrsAttorneY ,
Nona St Starke
; May 1952-329.500; KW Hours:
suit for dIvorce baa.been '- The consisted improvement in her swimming of Evan T. Evans. 103
against you In the above named morning program week. May 1953-405,690 KW Hours. Law Exchange Building 'Jacksonville CHAkcOAL---
that I
Court and cause and 'you are re: of classes" Let's. See," taught,by any of the campers Florida .

quired to serve a copy of your an- Although the use of current .nd file the original In the office of FOR OUTDOOR, COOKING

?vvvTvvTfvvvMfffffyfTTTfvTvvffvMvTvvTvvvvfDEEP has almost doubled since 1950,"the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

swer or pleading to the Complainton Notice To Appear. .' increase in the total number, of or before the .
FREEZE 'BABY BEEF; 3 the Plaintiffs Attorney. H. G. To: Billie M. Bowden whose residence 3 day of August 1953: ; I
.. Bates, Citlseas Bank Building,, and address Is: IDS Briggs consumers has ,been smallonlyabout otherwise the allegations, of said r o V-CRIMP ROOFING---
.. and rile tbe North Carolina. Complaint will be taken as confessed
Gainesville Florida Avenue High Point. 100 Wasdin said. This indicates '
original In Circuit Court on or before You are hereby notified that a by you. BY THE PIECE OR SQUARE
Slaughtered to order .P.ick.out the like.. that the consumption per This notice shall be publishedonce
your: oneyou the 10th day of August, 1953, suit for *
conditions'with .. otherwise: the allegations of said consumer has been greatly stepped each week for four consecutive
We invite you to visit and inspect the .. Divorce 'i I weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph.
r Coraplaipt will be taken as confessed filed against In the
1 baa been you up. 0 GOLD.FISH AND PET SUPPLIES.
!' which your meat is handled. .: by you. above named Court and cause and Dated this 1 day of July 1953. / .
This Notice shall .be publishedonce of
; are required to serve a copy
you (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
and file the original in the officeof
: each week for four consecutive
t. or pleading to the complaint
your answer Clerk of the Circuit Court
PRICES VERY REASONABLE. .. weeks in the Bradford County Tele Zach on H.the Douglas Plaintiff's SOS Attorney Lynch or before the Clerk the of 10 the day Circuit of August.Court li 5-1 on: By Marian. L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I FRUITJARS AND NO. 2 CANS
graph.Dated 7/3 4t 7/24
this 3rd day of July, AJX, Florida. otherwise the allegations of said
SANTE FE STOCK FARM j 1953. and Building file the original in the office of Complaint will be taken as* confessed \ == I FOR CANNING ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL).Charles A. Darby the Clerk of the Circuit Court on This you.notice shall be published, NOTICE TO APPEAR I
Clerk of the Circuit Court or before the 10 day of August. 1953; I. Circuit Coartj Bradford C..t
: "' Stirke'fla;; .', By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. otherwise the allegations of said once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County:consecutive Tel Florida IB Chancery. I DRIVE WELL PIPE 1 1-4 INCH

7/10 H. .7/31_ complaint will be taken as confessed egraph. Manuel Reese Plaintiff VI!'. Marie I

g&AAAALLIAAA LA LAAAAAAALALAAALLAALAALAAAAAAA A ALAALIQ by you. Dated this 8 day of July. 1453. Reese. Defendant. Ca.se0.. 9857
NOTICE TO APPEAR This notice shall be published Notice To Appear '
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
!. Clrrmlt Court. Bradford County, once each week for tour consecutive Clerk of the Circuit Court To: Mirle Reese,. whose residenceand PURINA FEEDS SEEDS
Florida IB Chancery.I w'eks In the Braifordounty Tel.- 'By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk address is: 214 Summit Avenue, I
Irene Peters Enlbe. Plaintiff graph .
Dorothy 7/10 4t 7/31 Jersey City, N. J.
8 of July 1953.:
this day
I vs. Frank Daniel Enlor. De-', Dated -- You hereby notified that a 1
: ( 1 DT1tCu "1"T-.lll(1) Charles A. Darby
: 1hr -. f\ fendant. Case No. 9919 (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Circuit Court NOTICE OF APPLICATION suit for i (
Notice To Appear.To control and
TAX DEED Divorce custody
By Marian L. Cros&y. Deputy Clerk
: Frank Daniel Enloe. whose (Senate Bill Ko. 163) support of minor child !
7/10 4t 7/31
residence and address is: 1655 East Notice is hereby g \'en, that\T.: H. has been filed against you In the'
FOR SALE 16 month old Angus \A..TED-Draft exempt young man SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO.
3rd Avenue, New York, New York. and Nelle H. Nollman holder to Tax above named Court aiid cause and
..Bull well bred. Reasonably priced. with Hjgti School education to You are hereby notified that a NotiCE "APPEAR Certificate No. 74 issued the 31 day you are required to serve a copy of I
boyle E. Conner. tf learn mechanics trade. Write Box suit for la Circuit Court. Bradford County answer or pleading to the complaint C
of May, A. D., 1950. has filed your
US StarKe. _Uchg Divorce and restoration of maiden -, FUrldat !. Chancery.! In office and has made on the Plaintiffs Attorney j Starke, Fla.
my application -
I FOR SALE-4 J/4 acres. Nearly new name Epsie Dell Carson Francis Plaintiff T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla.
for tax deed to be issued
4 rooms and bath.' hot water, fine WANTED TO RENT Unfurnished 2 I has been, filed' against you In the vs. Augustus Klein Francis. Defendant. thereon. a Said certificate embracesthe and file the original In the officeof I
kitchen 'sink complete 4 piece or S bedroom house by permanent above named Court and cause and ., Case No. 9J21tlre following described the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -_- -- ___s-i -n----_
bath. 2Vi miles South of Starke local resident, Write l>. O. box property in 1953
3 ;
I I you are required to serve a copy of >.. To Appear.To the County of Bradford, State of or before tbe day August
,Rt. 100., A real buy for quick 174. Starke. up of said
your answer or pleading to th : Augustus Klein Francis, Florida. to-wit: otherwise the allegations '
aale. See at any time. L. R, Geig- I and address is will be taken as confe5s.d -
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney whose residence : Complaint
Lots 6, 7, 8. 9 of Blk 21, LivIngston -
n. 7/S ftp FOR RENT At Keystone
Heights. Zach H. Douglas 505 Route Xo. 3. Walterboro South Ca- by you. I,
Truby & C6s Add to
2 bedroom furnished house Lynch Building, Jacksonville, rolina. This noUre shall be published| TOBACCO FARMERSWe
FOR SALE-Two bedroom frame screened porch on large open lot. each week for four consecutive
Flbrida once )
house: complete with hot uater, Electric refrigerator Tour are hereby notinea that a VWVyyyyyyyyyjyyyyyyyyyCLASS. . '' Tele'
ga range and file the original In the officeof suit for weeks In the Bradford County
heater and bath. on Alton Rd. and hot iwo
water heater. blocks
the Clerk of the Circuit. Court on Divorce and restoration of graph.
Terms. See Frank :Thomas, -on from Pobt Office and stores. Not or before the 1 LHted this 29 day of June. 1953.;
premise! 8tp ft/14 on Lake. HO month. Per maiden name Charles A.Darby Invite You fo Sell
per 10 day of August, 1952; has been filed against you In the (OFFICIAL SEAL)
manent tenants only. Call 2151 Clerk of the Circuit Court
and and
otherwise the allegations Of said above named Court cause
POTATO VVCES FOR S.\.LE-U per Key tune Height Se Stltlb- Clerk.
or o By Martin L. Crosby Deputy
Complaint will be taken as confessed are required to serve a copy of Your
M. I cut them; t.per M. you cut berry ltpI 7/3 4t 7/24
by your answer or pleading f) the complaint -
I you -
them:'N. C. Coleman. Griff Loop. -
This notice shall be published on the Plaintiff' AttorneyT.
Starke. :ftp 7/17 I FOR SALE-Electric Clock fa Dish TO APPEAR
one. each week for four consecutive Frank Landrum. tarke, '
Cabinet $10 porch table 13; G. E. Bradford Cousty.Florida .
; ; weeks In the Bradford CountyTelegraph. Florida INSURANCE (a Clmlt Coart.
Pop-up Toaster $15: Cory Electric i IB Chaucer
and file the original in the office of
NOW AVAILABLE in Bradford coffee maker also Plaintiff, vs. Ida
$5; other kitchen Michael Scholack.:
Dated this 3 day of July. 1953.; the Clerk of the Circuit Court on TOBACCOLIVE
County. Nearby dealers now mate items Royal Portable type. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby or before the 10 day of August. 1S33; 29-M Mae Scholack.. Defendant.
lag $11.00. and more, per day. writer, almost new 180: Carpen.ter Clerk of the Circuit Court otherwise the allegations of said Case Xo. 9910
This U one of the bes routes. tools and box $10. See D. G. Notice To Appears .
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. complaint will be taken as confessed .
Proposition open to man or woman Weldon. Christian Church Par, 7/10 4t 7/31 byyou.. S To: Ida Mae Scholack, whose; residence .
Write The J. R. Watkins sonage. ltp :.--- This notice shall be published and address Isi 119 West in
Company. CSS West Peachtree St. NOTICE TO APPEAR- once each week for foul consecutive SPECIAL 144th Street, X-ew TorK, Sew York.'
N. E. Atlanta Ga. GOOD TOMATOES FOR C.\X L' GNow'rIPe. !. Circuit Coart. Bradford County weeks in the Bradford County Tele You are hereby notified that a
itchg 7/17 }1.3 per hamper at my FUrMat I. Ckan.*rr. graph. suit for Divorce has been filed
place. You drive 1 mile past State Hal H. Bowdeti Plaintiff, vs. Billie Dated this 8 day of July. 1S>!. 15% SAVINGSOn against you In the above named' OAK
FOR SALE-Coppersfcln potato vines Farmers Market on 301. turn east )I. ,Bowden (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Co'rt and cause and you are required -
cut and delivered In County, )4per at Joe Noegers GrilL I live juot Defendant.Case No. 9920 Clerk of the Circuit Court to serve a copy of your answer
1,880.. F. c. Hodges Rt. Z.i over Seaboard Railroad. first By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ,or pleading to the complaint
Box X Starke._' Ztp 7/lu driveway to your lefts Robert 7/li 4t31 on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Uuag, Rt. 2. Box ,S2-D. Starke. W."C. T. U. Tobacco Curing Barn T. Frank Landrum. Starke.I
FOR RENT-t'nfurnlsb.d house In.nnlr Fla. ltD 7/17 NOTICE TO APPEAR Florida, and file the original in the It's smart business to sell in one of Live Oak's J

at'Rna StttlAn._tf SIGNS OF. TilE TDIES. I. Circuit C..rt. Bradford Co.;'(y. office of the Clerk of the Circuit t tI
JUICY. SWEET ,; VALENCIA Florida IB Chaitery., INSURANCECONNER Court on or before the ;3 day of August 9 big warehouses the oldest and largest marketin ;
BUILDING LOTS'FOR SALE on ORANGES for sale. $2 bu. at farm "BILLBOARD BATTLES BOTTLE Agnes R. Harrison. Plaintiff, vs. I 1953; otherwise the allegations : -, '. I

Blinding Highway, north side be. (Not Sundays). trlng container. THE MAN OF DISTINCTION Frank ,M. Harrison. Defendant of said Complaint wilt be Florida.
tween the two cement bridges, 1 i W. Jenkins near A. C. L. depot Case No. $923: taken as confessed by you.
,roU from <:all St. bridge. Writeto Johnson, Fla. (Putnam County) MAY'BECOME THE MAN Notice To Appear. I *. This notice shall he published t

Mr*. Luclna M. Wynn. Bessent _ _ _ Stp 3/1 OF EXTINCTION" To: Frank M. Harrison, whose BROSGen. once each week for four consecutive.
Road. Jtt.I, Box !-e. Starke. Fla. -- residence and address!' ho: c/o Paul weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph. BEST FACILITIES
tf chI'LET WILL SELL-Fi\e room house 7 Benton, 25 MineoU Place New .
lots and housing and yard for iou( I TEXAS.) Brunswick. New Jersey. Dated this 1 day of July. 1953.
J. D. 8DO)(. ia. layers. In-fra brooder tor raising You are hereby notified that a Insurance (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 2 sets of buyers
YOUR 100 chicks with all equipment. suit for Clerk of the Circuit Court .

CATTLK- tALU-AND HOGS Plenty of garden space and flow Divorce. custody and control o'f I Phone 285-129 W. Call St.tarke By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 7/3 4t Clerk.7/24 3 sets of operators ,.,'.
era. Starke City Limits. minor child
Llvr Oak E ek W4aF
'r.--n.. r.... .......,. Write Box ULo' Starke. Fla. has been filed against yoU in the t Florida 9 warehouses ,
lip 7/17 above named Court and cause and NOTICE TO APPEIRIB
RADIOS BEPAIRED'AH ATHmON you ara required to'serve a copy ol .AAAAALAAA.&AAAAAAAAAAAkAFRIGIDAIRE Circuit Coart. Bradford Coaaty. 365,000 sq. ft. of floor spo'cePaved
.. FOR SALE-Red Porto Rican potato your answer or pleadings to the I, Florida I. Chancery.Francis
''Make. AU M4eU \'Iaelf. $%.15 Ml Bill Underwood. complaint on the Plaintiffs M. C. Brown, Plaintiff vs. streets around warehouses .

ae.. ....,.. charge .- araa-.tN4 Hampton Lake. ftp 7/17 Attorney T. Frank Landrum. Hazel V. Brown. Defendant.
You Have Case No. 9S99
,CHAS. C. SHEPHERD Starke. Florida
TM W. CaU 3*. Stark Ph.WANTED.Gra&uat. 2SS FOR RENT-Newly decorated garage and file the original In the office or Notice T. Appear.To .
apartment 3 rooms witt. bath the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor : Hazel V. Brown whose residence FREE TO GROWERS ,/
'"all electric kitchen. Mrs. J. M. t. TIMBER'lfSELL before the and add res* Is: Momstown,

nun 01 Mitchell. 30! Madison St. ftp I I 10 day of August, 1J5; ; New York. and an all-star
licensed practical for general! PINE OR CYPRESIF3Large otherwise the allegations of said THERE'S JUST ONE .I You are hereby notified that a Hear and see "Red" Foley

dutj.Doctor's Clinic Hospital, FOR S.-\LE-U1 acres, 2 houses,' Complaint 1\111 be taken as confessed salt for
101 VT. ('*11 SU Starke Fla. U pulpwood and saw timber cypress} by you. FRIGIDAIREMade Divorcehas f cast from WSM's "Grand Ole Opry" in a

FOR SA.E-Block x n X 1$- Con. Starke and pine.on 'State O e-halt Road mile 160.west P. of J.I or Small Tracts once This ea-h notice week shall for be four published cniueca only by' General l above: been named filed Court against and you cause In and the matinee and night show in Live Oak, Aug. I
Crete ISc each. Plenty of you -are required to serve a copy
Mortar Mix and Cement. Brad. Turner Sr... Lake Butler. Fis. We !lg"All tin Telegraph weeks In the Bralford Count Motors Corp. 'All other your answer or fltdkrg to the I hours of entertainment each. Also i
7/31 4tcKg 13. Two
ford Engineering. Company. PhoniH. 1 r.t.4 thi day nf July. 15J. Electric Refrigerators complaint nn the Plaintiff
tf< FOR S.-\LE-l pair Toledo Grocery PAY TOP PRICES (eFFlCUL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A.Darby four' made by other companiesand Graham Attorney Building.Joseph K.Jacksonville.Skipper. 221 six registered Hereford bulls will be given t
scales. One 3 gallon lined
FOR large SALE let.-Has 3 bedroom big screened house back on electriccoffee maker. Condition iy Marian, L. Crosby Deputy 7/10 Or cannot- use the word and Florida file the original in the office of away all with compliments of Live Oak
4t 1/31 ,
porch and fenced backyard. Equipped both perfect F. R. Carradme Frigidaire. the Clerk of tbe Circuit Court on "
with attic fan automatic floor Lawtey. itch* NOTICE TO APPEAR I or before the merchants.
furnace, electric hot water heater Write or Call la Circuit Co.rt. Bradford Couty S day of August 19J3;
.: FOR SALE-Small farm close In. I otherwise the of said
automatic Btendix washing machine Florida !. Caaaeery. allegations i
and v. etlaa blinds thruout. Reasonable Good house with Avis C. Clark. Plaintiff Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Complaint will be taken as confessed
DoubU' garage with extri crop and mule Write Rt. :. Box I vs. lames by yon. HIGHER PRICES j
Jennings Clark. DefendantCase
; Ut. Stark.' 3tO 1/%4 This notice nail .. 1
B.T.1HOMASLUMBER published
large storage room connected. 4I( ? ?
X*, MoreUnd. See 3. T. Moore, I Notice To Appear Nd. SS!! once each week for four consecutive Sell tobacco in Live Oak where the avI I I

Pure Service Store. Corner. Walnut FOR RENT-S room furnished To: James Jennings Clark whose THEN SEE weeks IB the Bradford County. Telegraph your

and Madison., U. apartment g*. stove electric CO. residence and address Is: R. D. No. ... for the post ..two'years leads !
box.. private bath and side enitranee. S. Dated this 27 day of June. 1952. I erage price
Dover. Delaware.Tou .
Rent reasonable. Adults (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby!
FOR SALE-Lots In North RenE nnlr. to; Lafavttte St.u ItD PHONE 211-J are hereby notified that a nut E H. SMITH I the Georgia-Florida belt. ;

near school, 125 down' ,'balance, or P. 0. Box 735 for Divorce By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I I3
long terms. D. E. Kttlght. tl has bees filed against you la the
t.ORT-It 'n Mils Tuesday bflwe.ft :/ 4t 7/24.

FOR RENT: -Unfurnished two bedroom .. "fMctd'c Watson home Food,at.Store Keystone a,1 Heights.ttl F'r4. STARKE FLA. you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of Tenth aad Temple Are. NOTICE: TO APPEAR- SUWAME COUNTY cHArm? II CERCEd

your answer or pleading to the complaint (a Clrealt Covrt. Bradford Coaatr.
house. SOb South Water St. FEeder *as. r* nrn to Mrs. Fred Starke Fla.
Iti Plaintiff Attorney UrMai, IB O..eerT..I .
Dodd Keystone Heights
Itehg T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida Dorothy Temafeew. Plrintiff. vs.



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