Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1947
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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Itlin' In The Shade

With Colonel Bradford BRADFORD


satisfying! to the old Colonel to live to see another
fOul ..
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number of citizens
respectable scattered
If U I ly with a up Official County Publication Established In 1877 t _
''Call Streeta marked Improvement over the past decade.

during which Starke offered absolutely nothing to 1U I _
Fourths -
10n.minded citizens.: I The oldsters could'sit at home and rock. VOLUMN SIXTY-MINK MTAKKE FLORIDAKK1HAY, JI'LIt' 104T M M1IKK: TIURTY.EIGIII0flg9tet5C0hI4I t

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hie away to nearby beaches or other cen- -

nch Building Fund Drive Tobacco Below I

light; $40,000 Goal Average Quality

IT cotn'r.: BR..ORI......N.I"II.on. .) 7.OFFICIAL 1947. SEAL) A. J. Thomas ida County Telegraph shell publish' : this
FLORI.,,,, IN () Unias such certificate or certifinote. Order In next four weekly Issue..
Y. !A* Clerk of soul Court. ,. ,
shall .
bt redeemed Wltnva.
according and official "
PIBlntlff. v. Doro.Willon I J. B. Harrlfion, Law Exchange I,> law the property described inNuch seal at Starka my Florida. this Vth : ;<:' ;,':' C And QuantityThe
CaNe Bldgr., Jackionvllle Fla. '/'
Defend..nt. or certificates will day of June 1047. 'If" """
Atty. for Plf. 6-18 4t 7-4 be ..old to the highest bidder al the OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas ".\ .J ','I (f-

OF Ii'ITBLICATION' pUIJrt iinhIs. door on the first Monday Am i'lerk of *ald Court. ... .. '
R Tf'F: TO Apt'cAROY NOTICE In the month of August. 1941. Hv Lucille C. Conner. D. C. 1 '. ." ", county agent'. office ha.jlU.t .
DorothY The reglet.-atlon books of the City Which 18 >;i"i" / '...
FLORIDA to: the 4111 day )f August. John .1. Henderson, Esii, St. Augustine f.
wi""" ruidenO4 I.: of> Starke will be open for reirlHratlon K47. FIn,, T'V' ._ .' Jc 2r I completed measuring the
on TrIIfOC, 8U Richardson of elector from Friday 194f.aled this 18th day of Juno, Atty. for Plf. 6-13 4t 7-4 ". acreage of flue-cured tobacco In t
1 ]IIesloo.re'lulr.d July 11, 1947 through Saturday. ."
teIa NeW tu appear on August 9, 1947 Inclusive. at the (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Th.omn, iv ruirriT cot'HT.MUSTY. IIH\IFOIID "J' Bradford County ann finds a IS

In the above named City Hall. Clerk of Circuit Court of ITniUor.1 ( Fl.Ollllltl. IV: t.liKHY. \,- percent reduction alt comparedwith
1147, wherein plaintiff Carl JohnsRegistration County. Florida. 6-20 4t 7-11 < ,
figures for 1946. 242.3:
auNe Only
Bradford County Officer. Miriam H. Sneden Plaintiff. vs.
arcs..Ihall publish this Order -27 2tCOt"dI'Y :NOT1CR OP tPIM.lr\TIOV FOIL .I".I'ph K. Snvden Defendant. Case I'' acres were set this year by 69growers

our week IY iasueN.or and .official, FLORIDA IV OHANN TAX Hill Ul'.l.llIlnuHv %:.... mill\ No. 5720.ORDER OF PUBLICATION! while lat year 283.3 I

; FlSrlda, this June IHCIIT) rOUHT, IIHADKOUOCKHV. NOTICE IS IlKUEtlY GIVEN, AND NOTICE TO Al'PUAR: acres were' grown on 80 farms. I
.rk. hat C. H. Cooper the holder of theollnwlnir STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jnni'ph
A. J. Thomas A. A. Oollunm. Plaintiff v*. Frances certificate has. filed said K. Snodvn"' whose residence) and One hundred, and thirteen farmers *
L SEAL saId Court.And.reon. Uollumn, Defendant. Cane No. 5733. Certificates fur a tax d..ed to he Is- addreaa, Is: Unknown. received a total 194T allotment .
ot OltDEIl OF PmLlC-ATION ucd thereon. The certificate You required to
Green num- are appear on
8-n fiw. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR hers and years of iHsuance the description .Iuly 14, 1947 In the .above named of 444.3,, which is the largest .

I.... STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr*. of the property, and the Court and cause wherein plaintiff the county nan received since the
mliii' flhi4DPOfll) Frances Collumx, whom renldnnoe names In which It was aaseimoilnrf seeks divorce. llradfurd, County
rrr FLOR'DA' IN CHAN.rT55rindthe and address I I..* tloulka MlsxlHslppl. a. follows: TelnKraph shnll publish this Order tobucru control program began 13
Toil are required to appear on Certificate, No. 69 Year of Is- In host four weekly Issues. years ago.
Whit.. plaintiff vs. July 18. 1917. In the above named "tin. nee 1045.TI."rlption. Witness my hand and official I
cUe While Dofendant. Case Court and cause wherein plaintiff of Property: Al! the I seal at Starke Florida this, June The low acreage planted to tobacco -
seeks divorce. Bradford County S 385 ft of BIk :2 S of It 2 K that 11. 1947. thin season Is due to
01" l'UnLICA.TIONNOTICII Telegraph shall pnbllnh this OrderIn lies M of dirt road Ex 1 lot In NE (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, many' \\I'' t
R TO APPEAR next four weekly Insue ,'or 148 ft uq Temple' Sub-DIv Sec A. Clerk of said Court. causes. County Agent T. K. Me

OF 'LOtlIDA to: Perle A. Witness my hand and official seal 22 T. 6 8, It 22 E, containing S Hy Lucille. C. Conner D. C. ..-..--. .::!.. Clime stated. Chief cause woa the r
I. unknown. at Starke Florida. this June 19 acre. T. Frank: drum. Starke Fla.
947. Name In which assessed: Untnown. Atty. for Plf. -li 4t 7-4 scarcity of plants and second unfavorable -
:: I'lctuml above la the architect of tho
ab0PvPeeanam- conception proposed
\ J. .
1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. Thomas, factor was the high
% rauHB, wherein plain- A* Clerk of said Court. I All of said property being, In the iv rnirrrr 'OI'II'r. III' \1"011") w Mrtliudlitt. liun'h and educational building.it ,
nd and ou.tpdy.and By Lucille C. Conner D, C. In the County of Bradford State ('')i'S'I'Y, F..OIII.t II t 5-, coat of farm labor.
divorce .hUd. Bradford T. Frank I.andrum I$tark... Fla. of Florida.. C'F.IIY.Dnorge .
I minor shall publleh thl8 Atty. for Plf. 6-20 4t '.11 Unless such certificate or cerIflvates 1\[. Foklono.. Plaintiff, v*. developments In church Wales. "The tobacco now crowing U

.IgrRph next four weekly .Issnea shall be redeemed accord-. Marfoula Fnklano., Do f. n ""nt.I Itecture. It will care for the Those who are unable to attend' below average/ both In quality and
official IN CIRCUIT coi'HT.COIIVIV IInl\UFORU Ing to law the property d"Horlbei!I Case Nn. B 08.ORHElt .
ItVrk/ FtlHdaTthl.* June FLORIDA" IV CIINCKHY. In .such certificate or certificate, !. riF PUBLICATION ililp recreational and educail the banquet will be called upon by particularly In stand due to the

: will be snld to the highest bid-lei,, ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR life of the church. A*fully campaign teamx. dry weather prior to recent
A. J. Thoma.. Dorothy Louise hudson l Oofffi, Plaintiff at the court house. door on the first't STATE F FLOFtlUA to: MurfoillaFoklanoH "
., SEAL paid) Court.rane' VB. Earl Wayne a asm, Defen Monday In month of August, 1D47. whose reMlilenco and address rtmentallzed church school Is The campaign organization Is l ruins, the County Agent said.

Dt 209 Law Exchange dant. Cane No. 5792. which la the 4th day of Aligns't Is: Isle of Patnums, (Irouce. of the most Important ar- as follows: "Tliero will be very few growers I
OF PUBLICATION 1947. You ore required to appear on
.f"onV"! 8-31 Fin. 4t 7-18 ANT ORDER> NOTICE TO APPEAR Dated thl. lAth day of June 1147 Jtilv: 14. 1947 In the ntiovc named ements envisioned In the new Executive committee. : Mrs.. F. to average more than 000 poundsper

STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas Court ee'.I:': cause, wherein plaintiff ch plant Mrs. U A. Davis H. Long,, honorary chairman; \V. acre this year a* compared
Earl Wayne floss whose. renldi-nre (Clerk of Circuit Court of tlnulfori. I dlvorcw. Bradford, County I,
I, IT inrnT.. nnAl)FoitD and address In. Charleston South County Florida. 6-20 4t 7-1 I :Telegraph shall, ,!.lIlii..h'! this Ordur
|r. y1.oItiItt 2 V CII..N.Inrrl..on. Co roilna. I in next our weekly, IHSIIKHWitness 1.1.nbacrlbers. chairman; Mm. L. A. DHV|... general the majority of growers produceIn
You are required to appear on IN ('nHTI'r rorirr. lilt UIFHID my. hnnd and official "
Plaintiff v*. seal at Starke Florida, this June chairmanV.; 11. Sewrll \icood, sea-iona"
) July 18, 1947 In the above nam.,1Court ('(>i'ISTv. Fi.oiiuiti IN ("MAN.CKIIY. to the enterprise,
iMurrlson. Defendant. Case and cause, wherein plaintiff' (8. 1947. treamirer; Ur. II. II. Adams, and Mont *r_\ rs In thin county are '
seeks divorce and restoration of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas! h has quickly named com-
R 'iF" lpnl.ICTIONSI'TIl'F. maldon name. Bradford County TMeKraph Arthur Mnry Nlckola Avno., Honey Henry, Defendant Plnlntlff An Clerk of said. Court.. Dr. J. ,M. Hembree, associate better than half through curing I

TO APPKAR: shall publish this. order In Case vs. No. 5737.000F1It I Evan T. Evans I.nw Exchange tty-wlde recognition may take chairmen. Ire readiness for the opening of

t. OF, whose.FLORIDA residence to: Is Allrfll.n : 48 next Witness four weekly my. hand iHsue. and official AND NOTICE OF punMPATiov TO APPKAR: Atty.HI.]*., for Jacksonville.Plf. _.Fla. 8-18 4t 74rmrriT .ntage of three Income tax Division -Major, C. II. Nan- tobacco market on Thursday I

sin rbarlestown. Massi seal I at Starke, Florida this Juno STATP1] OF FLORIDA to: Marv 5'I, cofiiT.KHV. flll "IFOlln Ida. where It l la desired. The worthy; captains, (oJ. K. Perry. July 21. f fFarm

'- qlllro" to appear on (17.OFFICIAL 1947. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, aII.Agnes.....henry I. 467 whose Rich Street residence. Oakland and (.01..1.. '.. 1.011"8. IS (.II 85-. crlptlon begins August 1 and man. Carl Johns, R.: T. Shull, Miss

194T; the above namedI As Clerk of said Court. ( Pat Lamba, S. R. Johns Jr
California. months. Monthly, Bureau f
I Hint, wherein plaintiff nv Luollle t C. Conner IX C. Molse Horn Also known a. Mnrrl nds over 24 I
p-radfurd County1"hll.h :: You are" required to appear on rl. torn I >, Plnlntlff. VH Anna, Horn Division II. Major. T. H. Slade '
T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla. July 19, 1947 In the above named terly. or optional terms may ;
this Order Defendant. Cnso No. 57111. Will!1 Meet r
l ... Atty. for Plf. 8-20 4t 7-11 Court and cause, wheri-ln plaintiff: OHDKR OP rt'llLHTION lected by contributors In mak- captains, Nelson T. Grec-n James TonightE.

:hand 1 and official IN nun IT rorirr. nn\i>Fonn weeks divorce. Bradford this CnllntyTolUlI'rnl.h Order AND NOTICE TO APPEAR their pledges. Sowtll. Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, 4
i Florida this June ivn \\- shall publish STATE OF PIX1RIDA- Anna :. I* Crawford president, reminds *
( (U"'I'V. Fi.onmv. issiie.Witness .. Jr Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Foster Bhi I
In next four weekly Horn whose residence and address, Laurie O. Ray dlrec- .
('.:nv.Thelm. hAnd and official IB Rev. .mumbttrs that the regular
r EAl.) A. J. Thomas, ... Player Plaintiff vs. Warren my June Is: 11S3: Irlart Htreet, IMono. Aires, will peak at Smith. I
aid 'ollrt. Defendant Case. No. seal at Starke Florida, this Argentina. If the campaign. July meeting of the Bradford :
C. Player
Douglal, Gainesville Fla. .721. 19.(OFFICIAL 19f7. prnA I.) A. J. ThomasAs You aro required. to appear on banquet Friday night. He Division III -Major (oJ. L. Matthew County Farm Bureau will be held
Pit. 8-27 4t 7-18 ORDER OF PUBLICATION July 14, 1947 In the above named two captains A. D. Martin. P. .
Starke on ; \
TO APPEAR Clerk of said Court. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff i.erly lived la at the courthouse tonight (FrI.

lur STATE ANP NOTICE OF FLORIDA tot Warren. T.Ity Frank Lucille Lnndrum C. Conner, Btarke D. C.Fin. sucks annullment. Bradford County ilonn, and 1 is now pastor of I U Bridges L D. Vtnlng, Fred day) at B o'clock. All members ,

t I loriiT. minronn C'. Player whose residence and address Plf. 6-20 4t 7-11 Toli-grnph shall \' I'I.\: 'I. Order Church at Lake Guy Mra., T. H. Osborna..
for Methodist
It, Fl.OKIUAl IN CHANLorn I Ic % Superintendent, SaintFlizaheth5 (n float four weekly .. are .urged. to jatteitd. Although "'I I I i

Mallhlot. Plaintiff, Hospital, Washington IN omrrrr roriiT. hltlAlFOlltColJN.ry > seal,Witness at Starke my Florida hand .anil, this official Jun. I ..... ''J> I ItmeS 1- ... .. -. this'is sv.AfeXcnreastifct tor 'most .' 4 '4

In Allen. Mallhlot, >.fnIK'OF 20[ ,You D. C.are required to appear orJuly'l4. ]! FLOHiDAi. CIIANRnhert .- 11. 1917. s' 1I Drake Thanks Public farmers several Important. matters '
( '':''V. )OFFICIAL I
::067H.. 0 (( REAL) A. J. Thomas ries
-e 1947. In the above nametCourt C. Schutt, Plaintiff, vs.Olivette will be. discussed
prnLlCATiONIvoTlfR As Clerk of sold' Court.
TO Apl'I'J"ROF .....ka and r ea'i: custody wtiernln; of plaintiffs minor 1 i Schutt, Defendant. CaseNo. By Lucille C. (Conner T). C. For Cooperation In addition; to the business' :t

J Ft-ORIDA to: Evelyn child. Bradford County Telegraphshall 6713.. "ER OF PUBLICATION T. Frank Landrum Btarke, Flu.Atty. In July 4th Events meeting there will be a ,
llhlot, whoso residence l Is: this l Order In next for PIt. 6-13 4t 74OTn'I'J p
publish APPEAR '
\ .\ NOTICK; TO _
1 Ur!. Alemeda Call four weekly Issue': STATE OF FLORIDA to: Olivette 4PPi.ir\Tiov, FOil 3 Here Sunday featuring a short talk on the

i d t" appear on Witness my hand and this official June !rhutt whose residence I. Dux 142 TAX IIFKIIllnunv : I* M. Drake, commander of the agricultural outlook by County 'J p
Starke )Florida
11147 -n the above named I, seal Li. 1947.at Lebanon.Ire, Illinois.requ'r to innear, on HIM %... INirjNOTICE local VFW Post, this. week! l Issued Agent T. K. McClane, and three
It i rt wherein. plaintiff --O'FFIC-ML SEAL) A. J. Thomas above named IM MERKUY lIVEN, Eller for only five safeties short films will be
Bradford Countymil' ( July 14. 197 In the (hat M.irthu A. lla.en, the h"I thl Order An. Clerk if said Court. Court I' .1 cause, whin: plainTiff : : of the following certificates hue real threat. black and white movie entitled
publish C. Conner. t). C. : were never a
Lucille .
fly >l.llvorce. .
Issue sei filed said certificate for a tax ilocil the Fourth of July celebration

lark Florida. this June I Jacksonville, Fla. !. 4t 74i.v In next four weekly Is.ue. numbers' anil yearn of I ianus tire sponsored by the organization termites; a technicolor short
Atty. for Plf. Witness my hnnd and official the description: nf the property: and i end 1 their eight-week home t.
-- Florida, this Juno : "Silver Springs". and another
\ I UMI: A. J. Thomas eal at Htarkn. the names In which It wa. .assessed
.Irt ,'>'.ii'-. I : nitri'iT rorRT.TOINTV. 1111n.nU It 1947. are. an follows: 1 when they mei-t Macclenny "In behalf of the Veterans ol technicolor subject "Grow Your
Anderson, Green Cove FI.OIIIIIA.. IV CII 'MMartin. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,. Certificate No. OH. Tear of Issuance Bradford Field in a return Own" .
hi" C nV.: An. Clerk of said Court.. 1944.Description. Foreign Wars I wish to, thank all; on gardening.Members i
"'It e-27 4t 7.18 Andrew R. Plaintiff. vs By Lucille C Conner. D. C. nf Property: BWi' of a. The first game played In art urged to "come ,
Florence A Martin Defendant Zach Poinrlns.. Gainesville Fla. Sll'4' ] "Hop. sa, TOil, It 22 K, ron- who atsisted l In any way In the I
Atty. for Plf. 8-13 4t 74IN taming 40 avros. lenny In another game that and, bring, the kids". All members
IIIT (eon-nw' IIIIIn..onn'r. CB"BORDElVoF PUBLICATIONAND Name In which assessed: Un recent home-building drive thai
." .011111 \. I" CHANt NOTICE TO APPEAR cutri'iT rornT. iini>FonirOINT known lox had rather forget because of the family enjoy \
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Florence *'. F1.OIIII. IN IIIVMW'llliam'ciaude : All of said property being In, the was cloned with the 4th parade''pr'>jrant. ,
t Plaintiff vs. Ruby A. Martin whose residence Is IU' County.. of Bradford State of Florida. Baker county nine defeated ball
fmi Defendant Case No. Irvlngton New Mlncy Plnlntlff. vs. and game Although the .
21t Maple
| '" Marie Mlncy, whose resldonc. ( I. 7JSundxrllnhaul Unless: such certificate nr certificates I by a score of something to drive was notI aucremful awe Sen: Edwin Fraser
OF "oiT are. required to appear on Road Concord North shall b.. redeemed according The game wa almost ld..n- I
TO APPEAR July 14. 1947 In the above named Carolina. to law the property. described In had hoped for, we are happy
OF FLORIDA to: Ruby ,Court and cause wherein plaintiff <'a.e: No. 8714.OnOF.H .such certificate or certificates! will to the showing of the Sox Addresses LionsState J
|'ml whose residence I isrequired seek divorce. Bradford County nl" PUBLICATION he .old to the highest blddur atth In the knowledge that the Veterans .

Telegraph shall publish this Order ANI> NOTIf'I.J TO APPEAR court house. door on the first le Fourth the only exception Senator Edwin Fraser
to appear on FIRIDA to: EvelynWincy of Foreign Warn Post wan
In next four weekly Issues. STATE OF Monday In month of August 1941.whl..h ,
11147 In the above named hand and official I. 71 Sun-' r the Sox out-errored the Mac- was guest speaker at the Lion
I I. the 4th of
Witness my day August
: for little
7atiHe I wherein plain- this June bnroReO'i.ehbeu"nco'r:; North responsible a activity: In
1 divorce Bradford County seal at Starke 1947. ty nine and are as strong a Club Monday night at the organization
11th. 1941.OFFICIAL. Carolina Tinted thl. tth day of June, 1947. our city on the 4th."
hall publish thl Order J. Thomae.A. required to appear on In the
1 SEAL) A. You are team will meet regular meeting
the they
( (OFFICIAL J. Thomas as
,ur weekly hand issues.IOV and. official Clerk of said Court. July 14 1947 In the wherein above named plain Clerk: of Circuit: ; .Lbour1. Bradford i i Taking part In the parade that Woman's Club building.
C. Conner. D. C. Court and cause The Sox are definitelyif
hark' Flnrlda this June ZIL"h Ry Lurllle DouglaS. OalneovlIle. Florida tiff seeks divorce. Bradford CimntyTeleirraph County Florida.20 4t 7-li preceded the ball game Were i s Senator Frailer, a Lion of many

[ I...'E.\1.) A. J. Thomas, Atty. for Plf, 8.13 4t 7"4 four shall weekly publish issues.Witness this. OrderIn iv rinrriT roi'm. HHAI' >PT>IM) their losing slump and will decorated pony and cart entered! year.*' standing In the Macclenny

told foiirt. next my hAnd and official COI'VTV. FI.OHIUAI CIIAV-!' ut to end their long homeI by Dowling Bros., the VFW Cros- Club, discussed the advancement

,r-'1.. '204.n5.nner,, Realty 1). C. Build- NOTICE! OF TAX APPLICATION UKKNOTIcHB. :.. FOB Coal af Starke. Florida this JuneUjFFiriAL 4 I'HV.Vivian Mayo. Akin.. Plaintiff v. I with a decisive victory. The ley car, given away later at the of Florida, over the past 100 years. ,

'on. lie. Florida. house 11I11 No. 1'1112 thatBuster SEAL) A. J. Thomas Louie Raymond. Akin..*, Defendant. i take to the road on the ball game and won by Miss Martha He also told of some of the waysIn
P" 6-13 4t '-t Clark the holder GIvEN of the following A. Clerk of said Court.D. C. Case No. K734OKDER OF PtlBLICATIOXAND : wing three Sundays for game I Jones, 309 W. McCormick St.,. which Lion could assist ID i ,
C Conner
,' certificate ha. filed .aid Hy Lucille! .vlll... Fla. NOTICE TO APPEAR fernanriina. San Mateo and Gainesville, Fla.; and entries by .
JMT las Oalne the stile better In
romT. nn."nFonn deed to beissued Zach, Pou ( STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Louis milking place
I'. Fl.Oltini. IN CHAN certificate thereon.for a taj certificate Atty. for }'I[. s-u 4t 7-1 Raymond Aklnn, whoso residence Is: i City. The Red Sox were the Lions Club, the Chamber of which to live. I

1'> number l and year of issuance the rinri I'r roruT. nniiironiirorvTV. Mllner neorgla. out the services of Manageron Commerce the Btarke Coca-Cola rI
Frehn IN
Plaintiff. v* and to
F"h. description of the property pi-oniot. I.N tn\N- You are required appear on Geiger fur lost Sunday'sI Co. the Ked Box Baseball \
llottllng ,
Defendant. CasePfBLICATION In which It was a.-a.se.. July :21, 1941. In the above named
the names ( 'VlrcK"n81" Court nnd wherein plaintiffseCks he confined to bed! In Legal Fraternity
:Tt "I""' are a. follows: Sarah Plaintiff v. cause being team the 11HH Majorettes,,

''-.JE TO APPEAR Certificate No. 63 Tear of Is- Jesse 1. McK.n.te. Defendant. Case Telegraph dlvorre.shall publish Bradford thin County OrderIn to Illness He Is expected to the Boy Scout. American Legion,, Arch Thomas Jr., of Starka Is

OF FLORIDA to: Ada .uance 1946. of Property! S 65 ft No: 6707. Of PUBLICATIOVANI next four weekly I...lie.. them against Macclenny this VFW and a number. of private
whnsr residence and ad- DescriPtiOn! It :310: I N 001)2221 Wltn.s my hand and official seal one of 2ft new initiates of the
|lnknown. of NW'4 of Rlk I S of E > NOTICE TO APPEAR this 19 lay Buddy Bishop, Sox e"RtI cars and bicycles.The .
8W'4 of Blk I 18 'If R 2 OF FLORIDA to: Jesse at Htarke, Florida, Jun. Duncan U. Fletcher chapter of
.Hired to appear on 110 ft of In T..m- STATE 1947 l le d the team
first sacker
1911' In the above named .. land E of same to 21 road and U T. 6 J. McKen.le whose .residence and (OFFICIAL. J. Thomas parade was two block long I't Alpha Delta honorary legal
,'I ause wherein plain. pie' ub-dIV containing Sees I acre.. address are required unknown.YoU to appear on or A* Clerk of said, le absence of Manager Gel- and was witnessed by a good fraternity. of the University of
dlvnrce. R. 83 E. are
Bradford County S. Rebaner Hy burllle C. Conner D. C.
I "hall puhllsh this Order Name In which assessed Jrn.iWcoirt.nM4i! : : ':' u :. wherein the : Zilch II Dougla Oaln .vlllo. Fla. number of spectators. Florida. Initiation of the new

I'our weekly Issue.. Cll r'of said property beIng In the .eek. divorce. Bradford Atty. for Plf. 8-10 4t T-ll lip for Sunday's game) members followed a week of t
my hand plaintiff 1
and official I of Flor- !Matrwer !
q11l11' Florida, this June County of Bradford. State fu. AH II Kn Rev. Laurie G. Ray pledge activities highlighted by a

banquet at which StaLe Treasurer
Ib ft 1 0 At
Speaker RotaryThe Ed Larson presided as toastmaster. .

Sfl5' ..... -.. .......mer 2b t 3 I
Situ W' I ittIJ .I Chief Justice Elwyn Thomas
out harmlessly. and 8trlk'InK Smith 3b 5 0 1ruton. Rev. Laurie G. Ray pastoiif
to pop of the State Supreme Court addressed

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lUie accident and knowing day. Lt. Root la now recovering For Bangs TestingOwners The Sox win over San Mateo Peppin. ss 0 "hurch. was guest speaker at the, *. :
Hawkins, cf 3 1 i.1
F' WOUM soon sink and in a hospital In the United States. was In direct contrast to their 4 1 1 Rotary Club Wednesday. Current .
Pilot dived Into the From the accompanying picture of milk cows or pure July 4th outing against the Bullets Philip. rf t 1 IBavld. Iy In Starke to assist in the Methodist Colsons Buy House .

F 'Nater and swam to his : bred beef stock were remindedthis from the Oreen Cove Navy Dickey I
building fund drive thnlnlater < ,
-JIOn It can be seen that Pfc. County Agent T K. lost by the p 4 11 ,\
reaching the plane. week by Base which they ipoks on the relation ol Mr. Havana John recently

tUld the canopy Jammed Cooley is experiencing some McClane that they have only the humiliating score of 21 to 0. The Starke AH II It the church to the community. sold her cottage on Center Streetto

I* unable to determine thefn I mighty cold weather for a Florida -; remainder of this month In which Sox were anything but a baseball layer POM. 0 H. emphanlzed the fact thai Mr. and Mr. C. W. Colson.
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of the pilot. Realizing "cracker", but he Is said to,'I Ito have their cows te.ted for team on this particular afternoon. Hartey.Edwards is If t 0 1 the only hope for the survival ol r, The Colsons moved Into their new ,

/Icy of the situation Pfc have suffered no 111 effects from Bangs disease or tuberculosis.Tests making ten error, and loose fielding 022 civilization In an age of atomic home Thursday of last week.
.trullle1 the resaue: made locally allowed the sailorsto Kenla. cf t '
with during being In general
desperately now
the exposure are rf 2 2 2 bomb. lie. In the spread of Christ
I'' while Lt. Lee swam It is said that 24 minutes Dr.: B. W. Berer of the roam the base paths at will. Keene
although t 1 7Iisbup !ianity.CAKIJ. Hart With Slade Co.
hard O. Godwin, e 4i 4iT.
'lhore. temperature -
obtained an axe In water at that low Bureau of Animal Husbandry who The visitors were a strong, 1 0 I ,
.med to the plane. Cooley is usually fatal. I. stationed here during July In ; hitting. well coached and managed Solarm, Ib 2b 2 0 I I OF THANKS II. Blade, proprietor of the Ii 'II
disappointed ,
then hacked the canopy connection with the USDA' program team and the fans although 3b 8 0 1 We take this opportunity tc I Blade Gas Co., announced this d .
04 Fro
I of the < lifted I at the showing '
:'lot from the still uncon- E. T. Shull Named of stock tests. were satisfied J. Godwin p 420 render our heartfelt thanks to our week that W. H. Hart Is now ,

the plane. I All farmers who wish to avail local aggregation San Mateo 000 020 103 6 11 3 many friends who were so kind connected with the firm In the ..
': $lIng Root Into the Pyrofax Dealer themselves of this service should with the Bullets holiday bombarded game. the pitchIng Starke 000 420 20x 892 and helpful during the Illness and capacity of sales' manager. 7' I f

I01ey IntIated'the pilot'sv application at the countyagent's The death of Mr. Ella Mae Howard,
make Garnet
local plumber. of J. Godwin Summary Friday's t
.th anI( Swam back to ,I B. T. Shull week that his corn- office Immediately. The II efforts Godwin for Keene.14 safeties but O. C. N. 000 000 GOO 21 14 0 and we are deeply grateful foi PHYLLIS!! ANV PARIIY; I '

him where he was nouncedthis reprnta' tets are regarded as of primary and O. Starke 000 000 000 0 5 10 the lovely flowers and the com. Mayor and Mrs. Chas. A. Darby
locals been
to sole the
WalUng ambulance. pany Is noW the to guard the healthof had the fielding by fortlng expressions of sympathy announce the birth of a daughter; '
for PyrofaJl: &as. Importance would have ended Eller and Sycol: Kt.ne, J. Godwin.O. .
I hoSpitAl it was found that lIve In Starke desires pyrofax setvics farm folks and keep up Brad- tighter In a much game closer score The Godwlii) and O.: Oodwln.. J.. Godrln. O. J. Howard husband.V. Phyllis Ann, on June 37' lit the '/ :t

oott wrists and ankles Anyone. who come to iord'8 ratln&.a.a a tubercslosis-free 1 F. Manning and family Alachua County Jloepltat.'V .
TOke0 should call U4 or Sox managed to reach Navy ; .
Cooley and :
fAted Tempi. Ave. county.
for shock .and'" ex- ShuU' shop at 33:5: r '

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L., soul satisfying to the old Colonel to live to see another

I of July with a respectable number of citizens scattered up ...

I 11 Call Street- -a marked Improvement over the past decade Official County Publication Established In 1877 ,
Fourths during which Starke offered absolutely? nothing to Its
.. .
Lai-minded citizens. The oldsters could sit at home and rock, VOLCMN S1MY-MNK: -' I

J could hie away to nearby beaches or other cen- _.. h __ STAKKE." FLOKIDA.KRIUAY__ JTLY 11.,._1947. Nl'UI.U! : TIIIRTY-PIGII'tGuards
liiinement, for all anyone seemed to care. ---- -..

Lit: for last Friday/ slgns-of-IIfe along Call Street must go To Train I Methodists Launch
liodest celebration (including parade, baseball game, and dance) Building Drive Tobacco Below I

|M the V.F.W. Although hardly In the realm of "grand and

|- the celebration was a good beginning and a decided step For Five DaysAt At Banquet Tonight; $40,000 GoalStarke

fright direction. Now that a precedent has been set the old Average Quality

I popes|, that each succeeding Fourth will bring a bigger and Methodists and their ..
tlebraUon; for anything that keeps our people In town and Blanding friends will gather tonight (Fri -;' ;;.., .. And
day) at 7 o'clock for .,,,.' .. Quantity
insiders into our "sphere of Influence" Is excellent tonic for a history ....
making Step Banquet"in
,, Headquarters of the Florida the .
ildK t to "il .
a new sanctuary and educational ..
|sod to he spread under the whispering' pines In the old city announced< last week that approval building. + just completed measuring the

n the Fourth? Ahhb. Truly baa It been said-"them were has) been received from the This ,e acreage! of fluecure.1'bacco In r I
compUmentary banquetwill Bradford
War Department to conduct County and finds a 15
a be served In the RecreationHall percent reduction.
five-day summer comparedwith
training pro- by the ladles of the church I
figures for 1940.
gram at Camp ,,- Only 242.2
1PI now a message from a local housewife who baa a problem August 13 and 17 handing between under the leadership of Mrs. W I acres were act. this year by 60
,very serious problem it is. too; as those of us well know who E. Mlddleton. chairman of the I growers while last year 283.3 ,

rd I man five or,six dollars every time we can beg him to con- send Florida S39 officers has been and authorized enlisted to dinner committee. acres were grown on 80 farms I, I

I to come around. men to the encampment.It Workers assembled Tuesday One hundred and thirteen far
[,tea: night for an enthusiastic coach- mars received a total 1947 allot-
L ('III. Bradford: will be part of a national ing rally and the campaign plans I mont of 444,3, which Is the largest

\\.rit. know If thla has ever been brought to your attention orI1 program which Is expected to Include call for a gathering of all workers II II I the county has received since the .
80,000 men, and Is the first
next Monday and Tuesday nightsat tobacco
do know that I'm not the only housewife who la wringing time that I control program began 13
the Florida National 6:30: o'clock for dinner meet- years I
ths situation. And that Is the litter the
ds over Guard
i garbageman has trained
as a state unit Team
ings. reports will be mark- ;
PI'' each trip to the back of tho house. since 1940.School The low acreage planted to tobacco
ed on a large wall chart.
up this season
try Monday, Wednesday and Friday when I come/! home from la due to many i
Approximately $11,000 Is already causes County Agent T. K. Mc-
(can tell the garbageman haa been there. He leaves his trail Board Votes I
on.hand toward the $30,000: church Clans' stated. Chief cause was the
Street e garbage can in the back of the house clear around front Continued SupportOf plant building, W. B. Sewell fund Pictured above U the architects conception of the propimml! scarcity of plants and second unfavorable -

treasurer, reported. new Methodist fhurrh and educational building. factor was the high
i downright discouraging when you try so hard to keep your Health Program Architectural plans call for a cost of farm labor. ,

'an. In fact I think I'd rather have the dogs and hogs raid new sanctuary of modified colonial latest developments In church Wales "The tobacco now crowing la

page can than the garbageman. At least they keep the mess The pledging of $1700 for the design facing Walnut Street, to architecture. It will care for the Those who are unable to attend I I below average both In quality and

rated In one spot. continued program of the Brad- replace the present gray stone- worship recreational and educa- the banquet will be called upon by particularly in stand due to the
ford County Health Department tional life of the church. A*
ping that by writing you the garbageman will take note, I am veneered structure The new fully' campaign teams I dry weather prior to recent
Sincerely featured the July meeting of the building will be rectangular in departmentalized church school la The campaign organization Is rains," the County Agent raid
yours School Board held here Monday. shape with a center aisle and one of the most Important arrangements as follows: : "There will bo very few growersto

A Starke Housewife. This amount is $200 more than will seat 270 persons. The present envisioned In tho new Executive: committee: Mrs. F. average more than 000 Pounds

the sum contributed by the Board seating capacity Is 220. church plant Mrs. L A Davis If. Long honorary chairman; W. per acre this year as comparedto <1
i so-called "home remedies" that are still traded across back- last year, and Is the amount requested At the rear of the sanctuary a general chairman of the campaign 1*. Smith, associate honorary the 1000 pounds upward which ,I

hen In certain parts of our county (as well as others) have by health department officials. church school unit will be situated, stated chairman; Mrs' L. A. Davis general the majority of growers produce

Iliad a peculiar fascination for the old Colonel. Being a dls- extending north to meet the Rec- Subscribers to the enterprise chairman; W. II. Sewell In good ..eaaona"Most

l y healthy creature, I have had little opportunity to give many: A large delegation of club leaders reation Hall. The temporary which has quickly ,gained 1 com- treasurer; Ur. H. II. Adams, and drawers In this county are I

i a trial but dutifully note each one and file !it carefully away' and Interested citizens appeared wing now extending south from munity-wide, recognition may take Dr. J. 1\(. Hembiee associate better than half through curing

I the time I should be suddenly stricken and find all the doctors before the board to requestIts the Recreation Hall will be removed of three Income tax chairmen. In readiness for the opening of
[ continued support, but was advantage Division I.Major., C. H Nun- tobacco markets
:own or otherwise busily engaged. to make way for the new on Thursday,
periods where It Is desired. The, worthy captains, K.1: K.
informed that the Board had already ; Perry- .
July 21.Farm ,
informant, who is having a light brush with the skin ailmentas unit. The main body of the Hall ,
1 and man Carl Johns, B. T. Miss ,
taken favorable action in subscription begins August Shell
will not be altered the 1
shingles", tells me of a remedy (passed on a friend of during
( by
Pat Lambe S. R. Jr.
matter.A although extends over 24 months. Monthly, Johns
dl! which, If properly applied la "guaranteed" to cure. proposed building operations, Bureau
delegation from the PTA re- architect George Awsumb quarterly or optional terms may Division IIMajor, T. II. Blade;
e. formula is quite simple: Take the> blood of a black ben. In makIng Will Meet
quested UM Board to name a has indicated on the sketch of the be elected by contributors captains Nelson T. Green James Tonight
iiirouitlily( with wage root and bacon grease. Smear tbe con-' custodian for the USO buildingso plant certain changes. that can their pledges Sewell Mra. N. D. Walnwrlght.

i liberally on the affected area. that action could be obtained be made later. The Young Adults The Rev. Laurie G. Ray direc- Jr., Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Foster Bhl E. L. Crawford president, reminds t.

Lt what mysterious properties are contained la the blood of Immediately when minor repairs and Young People will continue to tor of the campaign will speak at Smith. .members that the regular

Ith ebony feathers the old Colonel cannot say. But'J longed I are needed. The building is already use the rooms on either side of the banquet Friday night. He Division lit-.-Major, W. L. Matthews July meeting of the Bradford :!

ed give these outlandish remedies' trial before scoffing getting in bad shape members the entrance to the Hall. formerly lived la, Stark on two ; captains A. D. Martin P. County at the Farm Bureau will be held I

illy. Sometimes they; actually work! of the delegation said, and The completed, church plant occasions and la now pastor of L., Bridges L. D. Vlnlng, Fred day) at courthouse 8 o'clock. tonight (Fri! I

|ii column will be glad to hear of other old-time "cures",,- both some minor repairs are needed at will be built In.- the tight. of the the Methodist Church ,at Lake Guy Mrs,T. H. O borne. are urged to ..attend.this All. Although members "II '.I

|abiow, and .thoaejtf.jptoveii! quality."which aecy A,to: name a committee whose '
roe-and-buggies wer.J> slow, -medical. j attention'1Iehdlla'lly members would be 'Wiff SeriesWith s Drake Thanks Public farmers, several Jmportaat mat IJ ,}
| and patent medicines r rampant to go ahead with given minor authority repairs Red Sox Close Home For CooperationIn !ers will be dls usnad. 1

and submit the bills to the Board. In addition to the business :t ,

would probably take a huge library to hold all the books that Other items of business transacted Game Here SundayThe July 4th Events meeting there will be a program
.. Macclenny '
featuring a short talk
en i written In recent years by well-meaning souls who seek tow Monday included: L. M. Drake on the
commander of the agricultural
to steer our childrn around the pitfalls of youth and rear The awarding of a Brooker bu,: outlook by County jl t
Starke Red Sox, after suffering local VFW Post' this wk Issued Agent T. K. MrClane and three
> creditable manhood and womanhood. route to Mrs. Eva Harrell: pitcher Eller for only five safeties
three straight shutout defeats the following statement short films will be shown: one
Ire of these weighty tomes Is half so eloquent however, as the The appointment of two teachers combined good fielding, and were never a real threat. the Fourth concernIng black and white movie entitled

Into that "Uncle" Tobe Norman says he used as a guide whend at Rising Mrs; Mary Faulkner l- clutch hitting and the effective This Sunday afternoon the Red of July celebration 'Hidden' Enemies", concerning

was in the character-forming stage. Simply these: and Mrs. Teresa Crosby; pitching of Jimmy Godwin to ..eI Sox end their eight-week home sponsored by the organization termite.; a technicolor short i ,

hen you nee ME do It. YOU do It." The appointment of two teachers I- feat a scrapping San Mateo nine stand when they meet Macclenny : "Sliver Springs", and another '

:d any bit of parental advise be more eloquent or more at ''Lawtey, Mrs. MarjorliRosier 'e 8 to 6 Sunday afternoon before a "In behalf of the Veterans of technicolor subject "Qrow Your I
Bradford Field In return
with rightthe 'and Mrs. M. H. Martin. small gathering of Sox loyal sup on a Foreign Wars Own" on gardening.,
f meaning? And best of all it puts the responsibility I wlnh to thank all I I
The appointment of Lex Oreeras game. The first game played !In
parent to set the example-which, after all, i* exactly porters The Sox up until the who assisted In any way In the Members are urged to "come I ,
: belongs 4 attorney for the Board at a fourth Inning had gone 32 Innings Macclenny U another game that and bring the kid...". All members '
salary of )50 per month; without denting home plate against the Sox had rather forget becausethe recent homo-building drive that of the
nn to the old Colonel that at leant two-third of the stuffwritten family\ should enjoy this
The acceptance of bids on e a their last five opponents was cloned' with the 4th parade 'I
lag etc. could be junked Ifs Baker county nine defeated program e ;
on Juvenile dellquenry
school bus.
new In the fourth Inning lead-oft mane and ball game Although the
f uoiiM, adopt the meaningful motto so successfully lined by It was announced that the Jake them by a score of something to
George Kenls singled, Keene drive
I Tol.... I Board will meet Tuesday July 1 5',. singled and Garland singled, scoring less. The game was almost Identical was not as successful, as Sen: Edwin Fraser

to adopt its tentative budget. Kenls and Keene. Wallace i to the showing of the Sox we had hoped for, we are happyIn Addresses Lions

lace Life Salano reached first on an error on the Fourth the only exception the knowledge that the Vet- J
Credited With Saving
Cooley walked. erans of Foreign Wars Post State Senator Edwin
F. S. Smith NamedTo and Gene Frogge Jimmy being the Sox out-errored the Mac- wait Fraser
-ny Pilot Who Crashed Off Greenland Administrative Godwin then lined a double to clenny nine and are aa strong a responsible for a little activity In was guest speaker at the Lions t
right-center field to score Salano our city on the 4th." Club Monday night at the organizations
f Ulace Cooiey son of Mr.. Post With SchoolsArthur and Frogge which gave the Sox team as the team they will meet Taking part in the regular meeting In the
W F. Cooley of Kings I a lead they never relinquished.The Sunday. The Sox are definitelyout preceded the ball parade that Woman's Club building.

e. and 2nd Lt. R. McRae county superintendent Sox picked up an additional of their losing slump' and will decorated game were a Senator Fraser a Lion of many
and cart,
pony entered
I Boston. Mass., saved than ei of public Instruction two runs In the fifth when Kenls be out to end their long home by Dowllng Bros., the VFW Cros- years' standing In the Macclenny

\ Army pilot on April i announced yesterday that Foster doubled Keene walked and Buddy stand with a decisive victory. The ley car, given away later at the Club discussed the advancementof
f-y unhesitatingly plunged Shi Smith former principal o' Bishop's two-bagger drove them team takes to the road 1 on the ball game and won by Miss Mar- Florida' over the past 100 years. i
> freezing named administrative in. The Sox final two tallies lf. also told of some of the
waters of the BHS has (following three Sundays for games tha Jones, 309 W. McCormick St., ways I :
fjord at Narsarssuak. assistant a position providedor came In the seventh ,when Ed- la Fernandina, San Mateo and ,Gainesville, Fla; and entries In which Linns could aaitlst la ;
H where the pilot's plane by the new school bill!, passed wards walked, Kenls reached first Croa City. The Red Sox were the Lions Club, the Chamber by of making the state a better place In ;

Both Cooley and Lee are J I by the last legislature. The appointment on an error and Keene's sharp without the services of Manager I Commerce, the Starke Coca-Cola which to live. J oj,

of the Airways and Air' was made at the June single scored them. Carson Geiger for last Sunday' Bottling Co., the Red Sox Base d.

ideations( Service (AACS). a{, meeting of the Board of Public San Meteo was not to be deniedIn game he being confined to bed I ball team, the HUH Majorettes! In Legal Fraternity '

Mcue took place when a ,r I instruction. the scoring column when they due to illness. He Is expected to I he Hoy Scouts American Legion,
ter AT-6 plane piloted Salary of the new office was combined a walk and four straight lead them against Macclenny thl VFW and a number of privatecars Arch Thomas, Jr.. of Starks Is \
Root took off from theIr not announced, and it was stated singles In the fifth Inning to score Sunday Buddy Bishop Sox erst- and bicycles. ova of 26< new Initiate of the
Base at Narsarasuak Npoeure that the figure would not be two runs and a double ant aother. while first sacker I led the team The Duncan U. Fletcher chapter of I Ir
parade was two block.
l''nine training night. When definitely determined until the 8. le In the seventh tn score nnNn In the absence of Manager Gel- and was witnessed long r PI Alpha Delta honorary legal '
by I
a good
f o feet over the Icy fjord, Board meets to set up its tenta- The fans were given a ger. number of spectators. fraternity of the University of
'or failed and the plane tive budget next Tuesday. scare In the ninth when the visitors LIneup for HWIlay' garnet Florida. Initiation of the new

Wit crashing In the water. Among the duties of the new scored three runs on two hits Nan Mater.Player members followed a week of I
tact, knocked the pilot un- office Is the supervision of negro a walk and one of Starke'a two I'oot. AB II ItTllton Rev. Laurie G. Ray pledge activities highlighted by a

[." and Jammed the canopy schools Supt. McRae stated. errors. Godwin at this point stop- lb 0 1 0 Speaker At Rotary banquet at which Stat. Treasurer
.a only exit.Cooley ped the rally by forcing two men Kummer 2b 43 J Ekl Larson presided as toastroaiit -

to pop out harmlessly and striking Smith, 3b BO 1 The Rev. Laurie G. Ray paMor .... Chief Justice Elwyn Thomasof _
and next Should
Lt. released the Apply
and Farmers
lite accident knowing were out the third. I Tilton 2b 32 JPeppin. )f the Lake Wales Methodist the State Supreme Court addressed
1e would I and day. Lt. Root la now recoveringIn For Bangs Testing The Sox win over'' San Mateo aa 0 1 G Church the members and Inltl- I
soon sink and was guest speaker at the I
_1e Pilot, a hospital in the United States. wen In direct contrast to their Hawkins, cf 3 1 0 ales .
.Water and dived Into the From the accompanying pic- Owners of milk cows or pure- July 4th' outing against the Bullets Philip If 4 1 J Rotary Club Wednesday Currently I .
;'PDn swam to his ture It can be seen that Pfc. bred beef stock were remindedthis from the Green Cove Navy Dickey, rf 4 1 1Bavid In Starke to assist In the Methodist Colsons Buy House '
und the reaching the plane, week by County Agent T. K. Base which they lost by the I p 4 1 J building fund drive the
R unable canopy Jammed Cooley is experiencing some McCIane that they have only the humiliating score of 21 to 0. The Mtarke minister spoke on the relation of Mrs. Havana John recently '
; of the to determine the mighty cold weather for a Florida remainder of this month In which Sox were anything but a baseball Player P_. Att II K the church: to the community.He sold her cottage on Center Streetto

;""" of the pilot. Realizing "cracker", but he Is said to I Ito' have their cows tested for team on this particular afternoon Harley urn. II 1 0 empha izel the fact that Mr. and Mrs C. W. Colion.
Itrull'lI'le situation. Pfc have suffered no ill effects from Bangs disease or tuberculosis. making ten errors, and loose fielding Edward< If 4 0 1 the only hope for the survival l of The Colaons moved Into their new :

. .' while desperately with the exposure during the resoue, Tests are now being made locally In general allowed the sailors Kenos, cf S 2 2 civilization In an age of atomic home Thursday of last week. ,I
Lt. Lee swam It la said that 24 minutes -I of the Keene rf 222 bombs lies In the ,
shore, although by Dr. B. W Berer to roam the base paths at will. spread Christ ,
used to the obtained an axe In water at that low tem- Bureau of Animal Husbandry whoIs The visitors were a strong, hard O. Godwin, c 4 1 1 ianity. Hart With Slade Co.T. .
then hacked plane. Cooley perature Is usually fatal. stationed here during July In hitting, well coached and managed Bishop Ib 410 f I!

'd lifted the canopy connection with the USDA's program team and the fans although disappointed Solaria, 2b 201 CARD OF THANK II. Slade. proprietor of the ii iiII If'i '
the .
plot from the atlll uncon- E. T. Shull Named.. of stock teats. at the showing of the ...0.... 3b a 0 J We take this opportunity to I Slade Go Co., announced this :. .
plane. !
r All farmers who wish to avail local aggregation were satisfied. J. Godwin p 430 render our heartfelt thanks to our week that W. }f. Hart .la now
'=Ooley easing'( Root into the I Pyrofax Dealer themselves of this service should with the holiday game San Mateo 000 020 103 8 11 3 many friends who were so kind' connected with the firm In the ,"

inflated the pllofanlk an- make application at the county The Bullets bombarded the pitch- Starke 000 420 20x 802 and helpful during the Illness! and capacity of sales manal'.iI'UYLLI -. .
and swam back to'' E. T. Shull. local that plumber his com- agent's office: Immediately. The ing efforts of Keene J. Godwin Nummary' FrIday'. flame death of Mrs. Ella Mae Howard, ,
W *hiss where he was nounc dlhls week tests are regarded as of primary and O. Godwin for It safeties but O. C N. 000 000 BOO 21 14 0 and we are deeply grateful forth !>I ANN:\ IIAKIIV i
sole representative
k.*PIUI wetting ambulance.! pany Is now the gas Importance to guard the healthof had the fielding by the locals been Starke 000 000 000 0 B 10 lovely flowers and the comforting Mayor and Mrs. Chas. A. Darby /

' Root"W11ata It found that! in Starke for Pyrofax Pyrofax service farm folks, and keep up Brad- tighter the game would have end- Eller and Sycol; Keene, 3. Godwin. expreaslona of sympathy.O. announce the birth of a daughter,. ":
and ankles Anyone who desires closer .. O. Godwin and OV Godwin; J. God 'Howard.. husband, .
rokeq! U4 or corn to lord's rating as a tuberculosia-free ed In a much r Tb Phyllis Ann. on June 27' In the" h
ated COOley and Lee should call : Sox managed to reach Navy win. V, f. Manning and family. Alachua: County Hospital. l
county. ,
for shock and' 'ex- SnulTs shop at 335 Temple l

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hiM R 23r.! rt c.f. N ins ft of EH! of to law tin
A Clerk of said weal nt Stark". Flurulu n
)*y Lurllla' c Conn.Court r. D C I day of July 1947. .VWi, of HK'j', uf XE'%. Sue. 28, '1 wp, such ""1'11(1 t
Bradford County Telegraph Flaming; Jonex.; Pratt, &'I Bonn' ,, Bnrnetf (OFFICIAL( SEAL A. J. Thomas. ((1 1'1. 11 22 I. be Hold t,, e
One \Woman'sOpinion National Hunk: BulldliiK. ..lackBonvllle Aa Clerk of said 1 Court :Nun", In which (liounnodV.: A. the court u. ur
Fla. I Hy' Lucille C Conned D C. Cook Monday In II y
R, JI 'i'f ESTABLISHED 1877FnbllHhfwl E. L MATTHEWS OWNCREDITORand Alty for I'lf. 7.4 41 1-2r.1 John J. Hondurtioii, Esq.| St: AuKua All of> said properly being In the which 1a lb, ii", ru.

41 ( ( \'Y. Fill.I 7-4 4t'1.25 County of Flrailford." State of Flor 1947.Paled
{ Every FrhlayCliM )Entered an SwoiwlOffice IM CfHCI'IT. 01'11", BHADKOHIIrm for }'It. ida. thl J iicVOT'NV1 ,
Starkl'.a.. >TT. FL..UU' IY' (.'JI'\- I ,,\I' 4.,
Matter the Post at n-rtlflcate of certificates ?
, .'fnW': INRCt'IT COURT BH I)FOBO 1'nInMK such : I
,, ', Nellie King O'SMeMj... Plaintiff ,... I COI'IT, FI.OHIUAl IV' ('''''1'0- shall. be redeemed according County.: Flnr; in 1 Hi
yy t fly nillre Ross. Fred. R O'tlbl.ld., ,Dffemlarit., Case 4 KIIY.Mnry .
)t. Holland, Plaintiff v>
No. 5781.
@ ORDBR OF PUBLICATION Henry .. Holland, licfftiilani Can
More and more I come to believe AND NOTICE TO APPRAR ,No. B76S.OHI .
l JSiibM-rlptlon $2 Annually .10 For Hit Month 8TATK' OF FI.OIUI'n: Fred ROrthlelds >ER OF PI'nLI'ATIONANI '
+ that children are born either with ,, whnx address Is unknown > NOTICE: TO. APPEAR
or without the quality of kindness STATE' OF FLORIDA lo' Henr
I You T. Holland whose residence IH un-
are required to appear onAugust
If it la born
thoughtfulneHH. 1. 1917. In the above namedCourt known.
hfh STAR FOR ALASKAThe In them It can be Improved by and cause. wht>r"'ln ul.ilntlft You are required to appear, on I
1 socks. divorce, prndford County August 4, 1I47! In 'the ttbov numi-i d / 1
House of Representatives voted! last week to make! teaching, but if It isn't born there Telegraph. shall publish this Ordur Court and rniiMe, wherein' pl&lntlfHeeka 1
forcedInto divorce .and rt>Hturacf*>n omiildon P
the Hawaiian Islands a state and add a forty-ninth star to I don't believe It can be In next .four', my'hand wei-kly IssuesWitne. aol nfrtntni' name. Bradford Count

'j the flag. their young heads seal at Starke. Florida I this, July; 2: Telegraph Bhilll publish thin O..lotrIn

> .i tIt Perhaps this in well and good, but if Congressmen are Last Saturday I let my young un.I OFFICIAL.. BEAD A. J. Thomas next, four my weekly hand IMHUCHWltneHH and official I Planning", business by comfortable or' vacation trip? You'll
,'Y l (r Bon John go to the movies by him- I A. Clerk of aald Court neat at Htaikc, Florldii this July (1/( enjoy going easy rjdln';
'a further additions to the it would
set making Union
upon pay Hy Lucille C Conner D. C. 2, 1947 Greyhound coach. Frequent schedule, Bit
BtOf. I had few about .
+ ; them to consult a gocd encyclopedia a qualms II. O. Brown Starke, Fla.Atty. I (OFFICIAL SEAL,) .A..1. ThomasAM (' extra savings on round trips
t ; Clerk of aald Court.
t8 doing this but knowing him to be for Plf. 7-4 4t 7-25
There they would find that Alaska was purchased from By Lucille C. Conner D. L.
very cautious I let him go and j -- I Ziich )I. Dituata) UulneHVlllt Fin !Miami B.60 Tallahassee" RA'
by '+; Russia! in 1867-thirty-one years before Hawaii became ai gave him his money- -enough for IV rittlTIT .-OI'RTIIIAUFOItb" Atty. for Plf. 1-. 41 72OTIK r Tampa __. n 2.73 New York 13.759.3S

territory. The purchase price was $7)200,000 and since that the show and a little over to buy I .'O' NTV.. FI.OIIIUM. IV' ill AN- IIP" AI'I'I.ITIO> KOIt i.t. Orlando: -'----- 2.SO Chicago 16.00:
< KIIY.Koplile %
date Alaska has yielded products valued at $1,700,000,000.In popcorn with.A Lucllln Gumpert, Plnlntlff, '1'\' DKKIIIIOUKV : .a: !_? atfta Daytoim It. ____ 1.05 Atlanta
the Hawaiian Islands became V". George Oumpert, Defendant Hill %<>. INII3: ... .00 New
comparison, a territoryin few hours later I looked down Case No. 5794.ORDER NOTICE IS IIICUKBY GIVEN St. Augustine -- Orleans) 80:;;
1808, and their population consists of almost( fifty percent the road and here came John with : OF PUBLICATION that G C. Alderman the holder of {t:: Jacksonville --. .8ft Ashe\III.. W3
Japanese. In addition, the control of Hawaii rests almost In hand and in I AND NOTICE TO' APPEAR the following certificates han filedMaud t ;
a bar of candy one STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs certificate for a tax deed to it
g i.t ; entirely in the hands of a few big American firms. the other was clutched a lone pe- aeorito Gumpert, whose residence he issued thereon. The. certificate UNION BUS STATION: ,
and address. I.. 102 Grant Avenue, numbers and of issuance the
' Alaskan highway and homesteading veterans, tunia. He came In holding the Brooklyn, New York description: of years the property. and 1 the t Lacy Conway: Agent Starke, Flu. .l1fJ

: t one cantexpect Alaska to soon become one of the most interesting flower out to me and" aald, "Look I August You are 1. 1947 required In the to above appear named on names follows In which: It wan assessed areas .

k and beneficial frontiers in modern history. The what I brought you. Court and CBU.... wherein. plaintiff. Certificate No. 103 Year of Isnuance I

g' r4) future of Alaska lies ahead, full of new land full of new products I asked who the candy was for seeks divorce."shall publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph In 1942.Dcxcriptlon .of Property: I ei 11 '

t gait and full of new hope for expanding Americans. and he told me that he didn't buy next four weekly IHHUOH.Wltnens Lutn. 21, 22, 27 28 In Wondlawn
,; the show,, I my hand and official Sec IS, Twp.' I 5 N. II. 22 K., contnlnlnir -
As for Hawaii, the veteran remembers a crowded land any popcorn during neal. nt Htarke Florida this June 40 Acres:
'm, but waited until It wag over and 30, 1147.I! Name In which assessed: Josephine
of imported American products flat-faced impassibe people. bar of candy for himself (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas iorklnH.Certificate. .
over-ballyhooed beaches, and racial strife.It bought, a \x Clerk of gold Court No. 194 Year of Issuance
'! and another for Judy and By Lucille C. Conner D. C. 1942.Uencrlptlon .
seems that our Congress!' has lost its sense of values and had picked the petunia T. Frank Landrum Slarke Fla. I I of Property: We Delive
n Skipper, Atty for Pit. 1-' 4t 7-25 NVi of SF.H of NK/i} Sec 18. Twp'
+ and become entangled in daydreams without a foundation of for me on the way home.Hell I 11 a. R. 22 containing: 20 acreName ''. .. .
fact In which assessed: Sam Mo
'c I never know how preciousthat IV: CIRCUIT OOrilT. P"ADFORnI Bride.rertlfltate.
The act passed by the House is known as fen "enable- crushed flower was to a COUNTY.. FLOIIIUtl IN CHAV- No. 214 Year of IsHuanca SPECIAL
P ment act." If the Senate the Hawaii will submit t Kitr.Killth 1942
passes act mother's heart. I Anne Ontren Plaintiff va Description of Property

;T4 a state constitution to the Congress. Congress if it approves Cane Jnhn No Francis 5711.ORDER flagon, fendant. ,;,, i'' StreakaLeanWHITE j

I E will then admit the territory to the United States. Last year our Sunday School OF PUMLICATIOV x 4

p''; ',' Hawaii will be eligible for voting members In Congress. Class, had a swimming party out I STATE AND':NOTICE OF FLORIDA] TO. APPEAR to: J"hn']I' AIR

But if Hawaii-then why not Alaska too? Alaska was a at Neva Ennls' place on Kingsley Francis Gaffen, whose. residence and 4
covered dish af-, udilreaH last known In 468 Conrord 4
Lake. It was a
eft fe member of the grand old family first-Alaska has more to fair and of all the delicious food Ave, % Chapman Bronx, New .
offer. Let's be realistic about the thing and add another York oa
l' I think the most highly complimented I You are require ff appear on
t ; ,' nice clean star to "Old Glory." of all was the delicious or before August 4th, 1947 In the ahove 25c
y ) Item named 4ourt and ,'a".".
r Adwuh.w.ni't chocolate cake that was wherein plaintiff seeks divorce anl
,, I cuntodv nt child Htnilford' County
t brought by Gladys Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
It's been a year since that next four weekly Issues.

From where I : Joe Marsh' memorable event, but I still 'Wltneati. mv nAnd and official O
sit..ty Real at Ktnrke, "Florida thin 2nd Sliced Breakfast BACON
haven't forgotten the taste of of .111 Iv. 1947.OFFICIAL -
t cake. Thinkingthat ( PEAL) A. J. Thomas ALL MAKES /
that delicious Aa Clerk of Held Court
s t t roI youj other ladles might be Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C
I John J. Henderson. Ran, St. AuffUHtlne -
for the Work Guaranteed
interested a real Tender Beef Check ROAST
Flit. Atty. for IMf 7-4 4t 7-23
Fish;:;; Bites Woman family, I dropped by the other Quick Sert'iceEASTERN

I 4'I7' clay and obtained the recipe. Hereit rinci-iT. roiiir.COI 'UFonn
1'1 -VTV. FLOHllttl IV' C"N- Skinless Creamy
la: -F'HV. AUTO
1 Cheap Chocolate Cake 1). Venter.., Plaintiff VK Mattie I29i' ottge.1:
? P. V'enterH, Defendant Case No. SUPPLY Weiners Cheese J!
1-2 sugar
f i Willie Well wan coming home anything but trouble. Nobody! whoA 2 cups flour cups 5770. -
ingredients ORDER OF PmLIfATIOMAND :-
salt. dry FLA.
i !. a t from Steward's Creek the other evelnew the facts would ever criticize 1 1.2 tspn. NOTICE! TO. APPK.RSTATK

ning with Hiring. of trout, when Willie's right to Balling( on hU together. OF FI-OrilDA to' Mottle
a a go .
u well beaten, 1 1-2 cups P. Venters, whose address' and renldence ,
., t tern looking' lady (visitor at the one day off-any more than they'd 2 eggs WessonOil bet known I I. 521 Mouth Liberty Maxwell House Coffee bag. (
I t3 milk. 1 cup ( )
i sour St., Wlnaton-Snlem North Carolina ,
e, Boxwood Inn) stops him, and tolls deny his right to come home to a vanilla. ,
i', him a man his size could be better mellow glass of beer. oil and vanilla You are required to appear on
t Mix eggs milk, or before August 4th, IMT In the
occupied than catching finh. From where I sit, the slower we with dry Ingredients. Bake in I above named Court and cause, KANSAS GOVERNOR

i ; '1 r Willie/ tell her oll'l'.al', !Roodnaturctlly are to criticize-and the) quicker moderate over ((330: degrees) about wherein plaklntlff Countv Telegraph seeks divorce.Prndford Hhall I.

+ 7 i'' '( r by .aylnr ..''Perblpa! we are to ,ecogntee another's 20 minutes or till cake comes a- publish, thw Order In next four S. R. FLOUR 25 Ib.I bag -1.1

you're IOlgbt.'' but M tUf e flab had Uito.?,,$he> better! ito,l got along, way, from slogs' ot:?pan.j ojil. ?,.I[ hand and officialaeaf 4F : ,
; kept their mouths .hut, they together-whethe.tae: tastes t Iclnll. '!, at Htiflce t Florida, tlllH 2nd e :

4 4nn wouldn't< be here." (At that,'iaya apply to beer or' fishing. 1 pkg. powdered sugar, 4 to 6tblnpn. dav(OFFIClAL-JfiBAL of" July, 1941. ) A. J. Thomaa I Southern Lady Van Camp's

i Willie laughing out loud, she cocoa, 1 small can milk By Aa Clerk Lucille of O.jaldourt.Conner, .D. C. Salad Dressing15c Pork & Beans |

{r looked just as if a fish had bit her I) aA7 1 tspn. vanilla. I John J Henderaon, ISHq. St. Augustine
t t Mix sugar cocoa and milk to Fla. Pt. 2 Cans .32
Blabbing! mouth never cause ,,'fAt4/l. smooth spreading mixture and add Atty. for Pit.. 7-4 4t 7S5iv

vanilla. I CIRCUIT coi'nr. BRADFORD IV KeyKo Oleo Margarine lb. .
1411 CoftrigHi.l9trtl' .. lIrpwe'J Foun
-.- Mrs. Canova says this is a veryslmpe Robert Hull Koch Plaintiff vaKuganla ..
: Orace Koch, Defendant.
cake to make and U her Case No. 5709.ORDER .
favorite cake recipe. OF PUBLICATION Fresh Fru'ts and VegetablesThompson's


fit1*? FLOHIOAI II CHAMno : : Grace. Koch are unknown.You whose address. and reHldence PHARMACIST Seedless I Crispy'Grapes !
< : ate n'llIlr to appear on
t 4i r bp'"VheorB.. MallMoi.Mallhlot Plaintiff, Defendant or before August! 4th, 1947 In the .35 I(Lettuce 2 for .
; \.. Evelyn Alice above nand Court and cause., ,
l'"aa No. G1U. wherein plaintiff seeks. divorce Phone 61
NEWSPAPER I STARKEOntheMinit i m* *** **tm mmmm fi *mmm** ai ****
'NOTt"EPTOI'APPE 1R Bradford County Telegraph flhnljpublish
AND! ] thin-.* Order In four .
next 10 .
HTATfl' : OF FLORIDA" to Evelyn. weekly issues. Service U. S. No. 1 Potatoes, Ibs.
WORDS ANO residence :
I Alice Mallhlot, whose I Witness my hand and official
r : 205) Allen Court Alameda, Cnll-
are renulred to appear on ,
WAVES!: AND PRINTED July 88. 1947. In the above named,
Court and cause, wherein plaintIflBeekH
:c BEFORE VOU> EYES. divorce. Bradford County
j this OrderIn
to 't Telegraph shall publish '
WILL next four weekly lssue
Wltnenn mY hnnfl and official t.
TRIED OUT IN seal .at Starke, Florida" this JuneIOF'FKIAL Pause

= fl SEAL A. J. Thomas.
rs 12 CITIES.,, As Clerk of nalit Court.
Rivers A Anderson, Green Cove
GENERALELECTRIC Spring, Fla.Attys ..
t \ I for Plf. 1-21 4t 7-H\
) / IS refresh

l TRANSMITTERSAND U-kliiH.m Connell Plaintiff
i ....4. Patrick Francis Connell, DefenTO -
RECEIVERS. t1l1nt. Case N.. 57(9.oR'ER .

Francis. Connell whose residence I.
1 ', I 111 Nest. Knvvtte Street C'onnelUirllle -
fr You are required to appear on
-' August 4. 1947. In the above named
: (['", ..rt and. cause, wherein plaintiff
+ POWER .. .leek divorce, custody and controlf
... minor rhlld and alimony and"
fi v mpport for minor .child rtradfonl'i .
COMPANIES ( >unty Teloictaph. shall publish this I lI
,>rdr In next four weekly IxNiiee '
Witness my hand and official 1 tI dd"
,r HAVE BROUGHTELEC- i nil nt Starke, Florida, this July /
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_ I the attendance.second day The reached enrollment 311. The on Goodrich Dealer and all entries will become the. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bennett otPallltka. NOTIC'M' OP 1'Pl.irvriltM FOIl linown rI
property of the B. F. I I All nf; mall' hvlns In the '
Goodrich T\\ property
AwrE.y18Y I. 1Fcbntins. : :
a year ago was 263. Offers Set Of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
TubesIn Company." .. Hill ,... 1 NfINOTIC'F r.mnty I of trmltord, tlt.le of Flor-'
This makes an increase of 43 I
McKinney of Dayton Beach. Mrs. IS IIERKHY' Mil.Unl
L'1J. Futc" pupils for the first month. There Photo Contest sAn Mr. Andrew said that the closing Rosa Lee that Martha. A. tl.tipn, the CJIVTM.huller !i .< ouch certificate or certificate I
. are 53 beginners this year. date for entries IK August 23. 'I Roda and sons Jerry of tho fullntvlnif, i-erllflpntoii ha. hall toe roll..m,1 a.oordlnRto
S.C. amateur snapshot contest and Leo Mr. and Mrs Frank McKinney film said certificates tl>r ft tax: 1tOLL1fENTttTEY In the Junior High departmentwe open to The local winner will\ be announced be tHBmMl thircon. The rerHIIcate l- such certlfloat or eertitlrat., will I
.. .
II E: any non-profewsional of Starke and Mrs. John number and| y* r of t leeu.alt'n,
SCIIOO.UJunior have an enrollment of 70 camera fan and soon thereafter. Announce the dfHcrlpttun i'f the property and he unlit to the highest bidder atIhn
permitting the
which is an increase McKinney and children.Mr. the name In which It visa" .....>iti.t>,tare Court house door on the first f
School e of eleven widest ment of
High possible the national
range of entry prize will as fullnwaCrrtlflmtc Monday! In month of August, 1A4T I
"1 last Monday for over the first w4ek! of last term. was announced this week by Guy be made probably late In September. and Mrs. Leonard McKlnneyof Nn. 09. Year nf )I"- whk-n I* the 4th day of AtiKtiit, ,
III, doors The teachers for this year are: Andrews of the Farm On the back of Daytona uancB 1 44.Dimrrlptlim. 11147:
with a record Home and each entry Beach are spending .
7-1948 term of Properly: Sway n( |inti> this lath day of !
? First Grade Mrs. Beatrice Auto Supply at Starke. submitted muat appear the name thla week with relative and \K'.4: ST. 33. T 8 S, It 23 1C:. 1011talnlnir (OPKU'HI: HKAl.) A, ..1,11Thonutn
Futch and Miss Dorma 40 nerc*. Clerk of rironkt Court of RradforICounty ,;!
Griffis. and address friends .
E 5a. Prize In the contest will be a get the contestant Graham. : FI..rhll11.21) 4t 7-lt I
A Second Grade Mrs. Eunice of four B. F. Goodrich Safety printed plainly. i Mr. and Mrs. Trilby Pynl of Un- .... ,.. .., I
Kelly. Sual-o-matic tubes and the local "The contest is part of our accident Gainesville and Mrs. Nate Dyalof p
: Third Grade-Atiaa Eli the Col- winner's entry also will be sub- prevention effort" An- Graham were visiting: Mrs. Longer 'Wear .
lins.Fourth mitted in a national contest the drews said "We are conducting Maude Graves at Sampson Sun
Grade Mrs Joyce prize for which will be $2,500 ilk It now to focus attention of motorists day. Through Expert \ l

Futch. cash ( on safely as the vacation sea Those from here who attendedthe '
Fifth Grade-Mrs. Rosalie Me-I "No box tops no dimes are required son begins. The high accidentmonths big picnic and wedding, of

Leod. in this contest", Mr. Andrews of the year are comingand F. P. Jones and Mrs. Buna
.tEED Sixth Grade Mrs. 'Marjorle said. "All the we want every ]local motorist
11'eddingq. Birthdays, Rosier. I must do is bring to the store a f to return home safely That's) \ last Friday at Sampson 10.1 W. Call St. Starke. Fla. r
Junior a'set were Mr. and Mrs. C. R ,
etc. High-Mrs. Emma Hill snapshot or snapshots (as many why we are giving of four Roberts

and Mrs. M. H. Martin. / as he wishes) which he thinks Seal-o-malic Safety tubes to the Mr. and Mrs. Edd l'arl'1an"' I
[pPE BAKERY Li. H. Futch is principal.The might win. Any vacation subject local winner.Graham. Mr. and Mrs John McKinney ,

school cafeteria Is open will be acceptable scenic views I I. Mrs. Maude Graves Is at her --/dffrthra MOn
this year with Mrs. Lois Wyrick e : .. ,
and Mrs. Loamle Mosley In charge. I etc.sports The children photographs picnic will scenes be, I home r In Graham. ,: ;' \, .:, .:,{ l ,.I'f(1'( 'N'; '

.\ "n:1 .,) I
Mrs. :Martin and Miss Griffis judged by an impartial professional 11,1' !
are in Summer School at Gainesville 'j I
contest-Judging in : _
oiganlzatlon By Mrit. John McRlnnry! I ?lI o-
iii5 and Mrs :M.: H. :Martin and) Chicago on the basis of interest, . . . _
t Mrs.: Evelyn Sasser are teaching composition and clearness. The I. I I
for them. I IlIts. decision of the judges will be final!| BIKTIin\V DINNER: warm days rise! before tho thermometer does! and .
John McKinney was honored on I lOu'U shine an a cook without getting all hot and bothered I
:\ STARLING HONOKEU candles of the traditional pink:! his 59th birthday anniversary Just serve dishes you run fix: early in the morning and / .
& :Mrs. Luther Hilliard entertained I and blue stork color 'I' Sunday, July 6, at a birthday din- heat UI| at mi'ultinio. Here are a few that will help you \
at her country home with a stork keep cool: calm and collect: compliments I
I Many games were played and' ner spread on a long table under e
C shower in honor of Mrs. Leon I prizes awarded to the winners. the big camphor trees in the back-; MANS AT THII ilST AMTITI BAIT

Starling last Monday afternoon.decorated I Mrs. Hilliard served her guests l yard of the McKinney home. A'' :Add 1 tbsp. prepared mustard to Fish la so ]Unlit" and digestible" I t
The dining room was delicious large cake 1 can ANN FAUK; BEANS l ling
homemade cake andj birthday centered the serve it often in summer, vary. I
beautiful cut flowers and I WITH TURK Saute 1 medium
with punch. ', table. )i tho sauce like this To 1 cup
ere onion (finely cut) and! 1 medium
.. I'I'lotrs. Those celebrating the occasion of medium white sauce I add a
.. Starling the honoree
received ,
l&.IaIJ"" ,_, ,;'II'JIII.r: .: : ;;" many lovely gifts from I with Mr. McKlnney were Mr. and in apple 1 tbx(unpceled' and unit I mix chopped|with l) the rAICKll". of MirsTAltt ANN PAGE or fl I'KK-to II) I t

those attending. Many friends j I Mrs. E. B. McKinney of SAmpson, beans lake in sliced SULTANA OUVKS:
DO YOUN EXPERTChas. who could not attend sent gifts. casserole: I in \'\\III'' {lilt/III./ cf ANN PAGE GARDEN I
Those I I moderate oven, \ } 1CKI.ISII.; 1 always keep thesethrifty"pepperuppere"from
attending were: Mrs. i
37i/> } 20( min I tho
PROPERTY? e Steve Starling :Mrs. Dee Sheldon JARS oleo This recipe .".' '
JuniorStarling I A A I' on hand so I'm liver: at a
1 Mrs. E. C. Goss. Mrs. makes enough for t "'' loss for a 8ii uce..
Mrs. Edwin Starling)1 PHOTQ\6 Cameras CAPS 4 servings but
I Windstorm ANN PAGE: I1KANS: make you
need Mrs. H. C. Wainwright :Mrs
you 1ep 0.1 LIDS and want more they're HO tender, ICY AND SPICY
Cost is low. We'llestimate. J. Norman, Mrs John Aquil Mrs. S for RubbersINSURlf and tasty. Fetter buy a few extra Ire and. spice make tea mlifhty
nee. Guy Futch Mrs. Wainwright, I cans next tlmo you'io shop nico especially| when it/s us ,i'
Mrs. F. R. Carradine. REST ping at tho A&I'. invigorating as the famous,
i Kluvor-TcNti'il, teas suld only at
The Sunbeam Band of the Bap- DANDY POe "DOG DAYS" the AA1M HUn OWN, NECTAlt
SERVICE tist Church held their regular Our Photo Finish lug I It's never too hot for "hot dons" and MAYI-'AI It. Try serving ono
arley E. Johns at hoimo split them I of these fine
meeting at the church last Mon- Canning Success my spread q\\lt, It1lt''"
I Assures Re.l.1iveclHappi"ess the cut aide with mustard.., nml blends over spiced|> \
Agency day and on Tuesday afternoon the fill with cubed, American cheese.<< tea. cubes made, \
8f.UtKE. FLA C. WMU met at the church. for Yearsto when you follow Then I wrap a piece of bacon this way: Add, !3 V N fIM
11 Johnny Prevatt and Mr. and instructions In the Boll a around each one, fasten with a cups' briskly bull- .
...... ". ShepherdAt Mrs. Clifton Prevatt of Wlmauma ComeHollywood Book. at skewer and broil until the bacon Inn water! to 1'4tlmiis !
""" Blue Buy on is crisp: and the cheese melted., tea, 1 tlmp.'
: Service Station were visiting Wr. Prevatfs sister I Camera your grocer's or tend Come roll call I tuck them into whole cloves and, :3 lemon IlIcr .
'.. ... Gay's Mrs R. W. Mosley, Sr. last Mon- and toasted MAKVKI, FHANKFUKTER Steep 3 to C minutca.tralnadd, ; .
,mg THE TRAVELERS. Hartford I and Gift Shop 1-04 with name ROLLS fl'ontho U, cup' orange/ marmalade. !
'WI.--".Ii.!... -- ..-- day.The Youth Fellowship of the I I address tot A&I' which are BO fresh 11111d..leLu. \ ) Freeze In ice cube trays, place .
Methodist Church attended the Call St. at K. R. Starke \ $1 my family tuck them In 5 fflimsea and pour freshly I II
/All MOTHEIS COMPANY by the dozen. made '
awuyi tea over them. I'
Union at the Nel .
Garfield Evans I I My...,., .Indiana \ I
B & M Drive In son Green farm last Monday
1 evening. After the devotional and -- -- !' ,

f business meeting the young people I I
Curb Service Only -
d were entertained with a water-

b melon cutting. s. S.- .P !L'tII I! ,
Bar-B-Q .SandwichesSouthern The City 'Council met last Mon- IIP .\

Fried Chicken day evening with L. H. Futch,
O. J. Anders, H. C. Kelly and ,: FORD
Beer & Soft Drinks J .E. Wall, Jr. present. Routine i t r rI
business was transacted and all i; '

... _,*' OPEN FROM 10 A. M. 21'. M. bills were audited and paid. i t .
I State Highway 200 4 Blocks South of Call St. Mrs. L,. H. Futch. returned to| I
her home here last Thursday after; I II
attending a supervisor's and teach-
ers workshop at Florida State I

University In Tallahassee for three I I fZ fi

i I II

Flexible who Miss Is attending Marguerite the summer Wainwright session I t tI

vnufaclured of Florida State University
Aluminum and spent the Fourth of July holiday\

In'icksonville Cedar Wood with her parents Mr. and, Mrs. I I

T. L. Wainwright. I! SOMMEO 1-ONE H.P :
Slats i
"f Miss Mattie Harley of Gainesville .
Is spending her vacation at I

uxury of Yesterday A Necessity of TodayH the home of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Harley. I J Jf.
OR TERMS: Tailored To Fit Your Windows- Miss! Elithe Collins and Mrs. .

1 Job Sold Completely Installed. Rosalie ::McLeod two of our out
- - - In town
- of town teachers arrived I

E. H. Basset Jacksonville Fla. over the weekend. Miss Collins .
Box 3118. ;
hate jour representative' call on ____ Wet. ____ rrt. has Futch an home apartment and Mrs.in McLeod the Joyce and YOUR FORD DEALER KNOWS YOUR FORD BEST! :

-- -- children are located in the we
-- ---- two .
---- --
------------------------ -

----------------- Plummer cottage. ;
David Kelly returned home last Get off to a smart start this summer. Bring your Ford "back: ;
teiinds Wanted ____________-_ Thursday after spending severaldays 4 '

in Tallahassee with his uncle home" for a check-up and save time, worry and money with" I: f
and aunt Mr and Mrs. Grady)

Kelly.Mr. and Mrs Reddish Andrews this 4-Way advantage of Genuine Ford Service. I'j: .:

of and New Mrs.River L. H.were Hill guests last Tuesday.of Mr. I 1. Ford-Trained Mechanics 3. Special Ford Equipment 'f' t

et :!. Ford-Approved Methods A. Genuine Ford Parts i
.. NOW! Here is a soothing I

t .r and effective treatment for .
t I .# ,
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Toe ecr AIL THESE itirs nOM .. 5,
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1 |_H prwnptly r........ .._'...... pel. ,,
,59w ..._.. IfbI... J- kin. .n rivi. .f
peed whlt.w.lly.w,_A"" ...',._ ';- CHAN AND + I _ADJUST : ;4 T
M -_. 3III......... Ms. ...... PLUGS G "
/ ) .!... p.raplr.rl.l wl wild, A"'_'. twit I /4/ ADJUST SPARK Q. 4 CADtUIITOIIUIRICATI --- i 1 ii
4 rand grew end hH.... .4-It prenmr.Sa. # ,
J ..'''' .. .5artk.d. p..ene. M t i. ;fl' Y ti
kin. h.twm s... and M tto -. T ,0' ; i
Th ruwa Neufb I if $' tf al.a inrd.m.
|. Aihta.'. FootS/ that il i a r lh.te r.f.
>l of the trouble by bdl.eg nllh )"
common funs, om" Tb... kmblymfrctioui "

re', What and ihnu plJni on ,hot nKildi;pmptrma: mad |U l:'uilM t. So hn f'am. \/9 CHASSIS'
Nturibalm M tHetnti in helping keep "
dove loo. ....-... p.t pn.tioo. further. "; _I
e About The Washeteria ._h," .n.l...ic in.r.dietir. wotll PA* I "' 1'r'
to !.!,.*. pain and"chinn. _
Help Guard Against' ...Infection"I ;/ DP ., .. :f ,
.It work-it does Trust your fee to a rub with Nruffbd.n t ,a" '.".
saves back breaking :: ; I '
me I'
kill off that. fun l end to help pre> at -'
away with dreary washday drudgery. painful and MTiau t" from Omnlnpuig. CHICK AND ADJUST .AK"j \1 '
That anti strengthfor Ncunh.l.n /il delightful la
means I have time P PbI ,
more rh.. ....n dean and rftrilied. b ." '
things had to neglect. oon-miky dots not stain .ho don" MXU
{ which I formerly i Jeff
bisect. nor dcnroy u...... CM m knit i -
Everything I send to the Washeteria comesout ?, today and -. bow. qu.4klr ft .dd.r: .Ir .ben(,. ESTIMATES FREE- USE OUR BUDGET PLAN t T' t ,.
sparkling clean and bright. And the '., ,, *.for w.lcom other valuable r.li! f '"'...m......Minnclun Atdru. f
Cost i 1& so reasonable. No wonder I like ...ote /a "'. 7J,. and l 'I.M boota.fnl I
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i'I t:6: r SOCIETY and CLUBSWoman's Mrs. Green Hostess Mrs. Cummings Weds I Miss Rowland Plans Announced j 1 Spent J. Jf.;, the Powell fourth and He,#
For Wedding of of
To CommissionersAnd Mr.' Jones At Event Honored At Shower Petersburg. JUly

Club Board On Fourth of July Mlflb Helen Rowland whose Miss Davis, Mr. SmithThe

Auxiliary Birthday Party marriage to Dwight D. Marshall,
of Miss
Meets In Center For Kay Hudgins Monday Mrs. R.at A.a delightful Green was luncheon hostess late More! in than the 200 afternoon guests gathere on the]1 Jr., will be an event of July Church 12,, Davis, daughter marriage of Mr. and Mrs.
In St. Mark's Episcopal
('{ 4{ The Women's Auxiliary of St.Mark's Mrs. P. L. Hudgins entertained held in the Woman's Club build Fourth of July to accept the Roe was honored at a miscellaneous Rawson J. Davis of Church Street, 9

," Episcopal Church held Its, at her home on Walnut Street last ing honoring members of the Executive pltallty of F. P. (Buck) Jones I shower Thursday afternoon of last and Leonard Foster Smith, Jr., STARKE Flll
Smith Sr. and
of L F. the
who air
1., regular bu lnellanlt/ program j Saturday afternoon honoring her Board of the Woman's Club entertained at an open week at the Service Center. The
at the' little and the members of the Board of supper on the old school housegrounds I late Mrs. Smith, will be solemnized
meeting Monday afternoon daughter Kay Marlene, who shower was given by Miss Madge Sun. : .
2 In the St. Mark'sEpiscopal Mon
'i ;fg Service Center. celebrated her fifth birthday anniversary County Commissioners. at Sampson City !In hon Brownlee and Miss June Patel. on August July is To"
f Mrs. R. A Week trr of of Mrs. Buna Cummings Church at 4:30: o'clockin 14.
The president, Mrs. Mattie P. on July 5th. was charge The Center was beautifully dec IS
; ,r, Gahagan, presided at the business About twenty-five of Kay's of preparations for the luncheonand A surprise event of the afternoon orated with floral arrangementsof i the afternoon The Rev. Fred I'D I
J ', the club house of Mrs. G. Yerkes, Jr., will perform the Be Your
P+ meeting and the usual routine young friends were present to enjoy was beautifully was the marriage zinnias and Shasta daisies
7 business wan attended to. this delightful affair. The decorated with arrangements of Cummings, superintendent ol f Guests were greeted by a re ceremony. Deanna Durbin
f'r Mrs. Lemuel Colson and Mrs. young guests played games on the summer flowers. The luncheon Shadycrest Hospital, to Mr. Joneswhich ceiving line composed of the hostesses Mrs L. A Canova will rendera William Bt'nIU1t TOIII
i,.t '' Frank Pl kard reviewed a book front lawn of the home and were table was arranged in the shape took place In the presenceof Miss Rowland, and Mrs. program of nuptial music Including Adolph
; '.4 -JBd fuaquiaui eq1 pus vipuj( > uo later served refreshments of Ice of a horse shoe with a large their host of friends. At the B. B. Rowland, mother of the the traditional wedding ALSO J iou
i 11 tlclpated In a discussion. cream and cake. Saloons and center piece of summer flowers appointed time Mrs. Cummingswas brideelect.The marches Miss Evelyn Stump will This hInd .\l11tri
7f Later In the afternoon refresh- paper baskets filled with gumdrops over a white table cloth. Miss escorted to the platform by refreshment table was covered be the soloist New
menta served Mrs. O. L. Betty Ann Flynn served the Dr. H. H. Adams and Miss Eu
were by were distributed among the with a white linen cloth and Miss Davis will be given in We l. Thur. _
Mrs. Mattie P. Gaha- group as favors. guests. genia Perkins R. N., of the Shady- held a center piece of marigolds marriage by her father and will July 16
r ,' gan acting as hostesses Mrs. Hudgins was assisted in During the course of the meal crest Hospital staff, and the marriage and sheets daisls. A vase of have as her maid of honor her DOUBLE l'EArittHeartbeat
About seven members were present the various members of the Boardof ceremony was performedby hydrangeas was placed on a table sister, Miss Marjorie L Davis
at this Interesting and important serving and entertaining by her County Commissioners introduced the Rev. S. E. Sparks. near the punch bowl. Bridesmaids will be Miss Catha-
meeting.dJ'Y mother, Mrs L. W. Koch. themselves and gave informal fried chicken,
Quantities of For the program Mrs R. J. rine Nollman, Miss Betty McRaeof
r talks. A J. Thomas clerk of the fried fl'h. lemonade, coffee, and Davis and Miss June Patel gave McIntosh, Miss Jewell Powell Ginger Roger Jfta I

a .d. - - - ... Board, and R. A. Green, County>< cake were served to guests by vocal selections and they were accompanied of Miami ,and Mrs. James A. Auraont Adolpifcn
[Expert UPHOLSTERING attorney, were also among the Mr. Jones and his assistants. at the piano by Miss Buasee of Deland, cousin of the Basil ltaihMlnrShadow
guests. Following the feast, a numberof June Caldwell and Miss Betty Ann bride-elect. Madge Ann Matthews -.\nd_

SLIP COVERS VENETIAN BLINDS informal talks were made by Flynn. will act as flower girl.
::1 Watermelon the distinguished guests present. Those who assisted in serving of Do
MATTRESSES, New and Renovated CANVAS CuttingAt the William C. Smith, brother of
Outstanding among speakerswere and entertaining the guests were: .
USO the groom will serve as best man Ter si"a HrlKht
AWNINGS Complete or Recover TonightThis Rep. Fred Andrews of Lake Mrs H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. T. B. and ushers will be Steve A. Weldon ALSO Jlaf
Butler who discussed the spirit of Harding, and Mrs. D. L. Thomas New
Jr., Darby Peek, and H. G.
,, Drop Us A Card And We Will Be Glad week's Friday night set- unity between Bradford and Un Miss Wanda Pearce presided at Davis, Jr. Fri. -Sat.
together at the former USO build July if.
ion Counties, and Mrs. R A.
the bowl.
y" To Give You An Estimate ing will feature a watermelon cut Thomas, who spoke along similar: punch No invitations are being sent, DOUBLE FEATIBZ
ting around 8:30: o'clock. but all friends of the couple are
All young people aged 14 and lines.Among the public officials who Mrs. Effie Johns Invited to attend the wedding Scandal In Pa
McGriff BrothersGainesville '
up, who are Interested in any were present were Rep. N. D. Observes Birthday and the reception which will be
form of recreation dancing Wainwright Jr., Sheriff A. O. held In the Service Center Immediately Oi-o. Sander. sign
( Corner South Oak and East McCormick games, handicrafts, etc.-are Invited Andrew Clerk of the Court, A. J. Mrs. Effie Johns celebrated her after the cermony. Carole Lanilli
to be present. birthday anniversary Sunday witha _
Thomas, County CommissionersJ. And
P. O. Box 549!
Phone 1031
Mrs. Ruby Johns, chairman of L. Wynn and P. D. Reddish, fish fry on Orange Lake when Judge A, Z, Adkins, Sen. and SON OF
rrs fi j the PTA recreation committee 1 Is and County Attorney Lex Green. she wan hostess to a. large group Mrs. Charley E. Johns and Lex
being assisted by Miss Audrey of friends and relatives. Green were those from
Mr. Jones received many com among
i f11 1 a1.r Carlisle, Coach Carson Geiger, pliments on quality and quantity Among? those enjoying this event here attending the opening of the Roaring0ALSO D Dai
and Mrs. T. H. Osborne. were Mr. and Mrs.
J J. Gross
of the food that was served at ,, new bridge over the Suwannee
X / Plans are being made to featurea this enjoyable event. He was Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Gross, Mrs River hear Live Oak on the Chapter I "Hm/!
r special event each Friday night. assisted in entertaining his guests Mena McCrutcheon Mr. and Mrs Fourth "bf July. Empire" and Cailoor
Tonight's watermelon feast is only by Mra. Cleo Andrews/ of New L. C. Smith and Marlon Wilson,,
/*' $ one of the surprises planned for River and Mrs. E. D. Jones of all of Jacksonville; H. D. Carter 1111
this week's entertainment. Sampson. and Henry Carter of Maxvllle;
Jtt Mr and Mrs. H. D. Dice of House Palms for Decorating
Palatka, WUmot Webb of High ,
Springs, Mrs. Carrie Smith of

z. Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Call Clar-Jean Flower Shop
Webb of Hawthorne, and Mr. and
.... I I Mrs. Freeman Johns of Lake City. Phone 97
I y. ___ _. ,.., Mrs. Johns received
11 'f-- ... on r a beautiful 409 North Walnut Street
;; / \ ) birthday cake as a gift from her
r.Q I If you see a flying dinky from Atlanta where they combined son, Freeman Johns
and also
1 u'W I received :Mrs: J. W. Kincaid
You've had one drink too much, business with pleasure .
.. many gifts
of whiskey! I The pleasure part of the trip be

.. ing the first meeting with their Methodist WSCS

1 g, S Well, anyway that's how a lot new granddaughter Helen Eliza RALPH
': of folks were beginning to feel beth Strong, newly arrived babyof Met TuesdayCircle

this week about the biggest pieceof their son Harley Strong jr., One of the Methodist And His Bradford
tom-foolery to seize the coun- and wife, formerly Miss Eleanor
a try since the days of "knock, Crowe ol Atlanta The Strongs WSCS met Monday afternoon In .
knock >. ,who's there t" seem all smiles now and appar the educational building of the
liquid Guess we'll just have to chalk it ently qult,!,:.young to be grand- Miss church with Mrs. J. W. White and .;,, ., Wed., Nights at the NITE OWL

up to the summer silly season, parents Louise Wainwright Mrs.Olive J. B.Ray as hostesses J' Tues., Thurs. RED'SN,PLACEFri.
AI_ .r'o and let it go at that But how Is still trying to find out who sent Cottrell circle leader,
I conducted the brief business ., Sat.PADGETT'S PLACE
so many people could draw on that lovely tray to her and Noonon session
f 4 w/SM DEODORANT their Imaginations to such an ex- the evening of their recent reception which was followed by the .
tent Is beyond my comprehension Seems as how the program. Mrs. W. B. Sewell gave
Or maybe they did see round card was misplaced and she wantsto an Interesting talk on the subject Round & Square Dancing
things in front of extend thanks to of covetousneas. Mrs. ]. P. Shepherd -
their eyes the donor .
fewer fo VM Perhaps it all goes to show that If anybody knows who sent it, concluded the study and Mlsa

% Destroys underarm odors what this country really needs is please let her know Olive Ray closed the meeting with
,, a good round of calomel prayer.
r Circle Two met at the home of
Y; 4'y y Crystal clear liquid Glimpsed the Fletcher Burnetts Mrs. T. J. Griffin with Mrs. Griffin

'I t :, Harmless fo skin and clothing It's always amusing (and back at their place on Kingsley and Miss Carrie Rltch as co- A 1 As
after a visit with their
sometimes enlightening) to find daughterIn hostesses, Mrs. A. Wood discussed -
out what everybody did on the Washington, D. C. ., Bro. the fourth chapter In the study
Fourth of July,' and here is justa Burnett says It was ilO hot for book and firs\ L. W. Koch
Koch Drug Store sample of what I found out by three days In Washington that he the scripture reading.
prying Into other folk's businessup ,spent the time sitting in the cellar -
and down Call Street (the only cooj) spot he could
Judge Ferryman 'lows aa how he find) and thinking about Kings Young People's RallyThe

went to the ball game and then ley's cooling breezes Other New River Baptist
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''IIY W t Yi = on to a Bumptious fish fry. .. returning travellers: Carl and will hold a Young People's
ii J. R. Kelly avoided accidents by Clara Mae Knight, back from a at the church In Rally e
staying "just as close to home"as visit In Mississippi Dot White morning, Starke, Saturday / ,
v VI starting at 10
.. VI rv he could get Sheriff An- Is currently missing from the city a. m.

Ijti; t -... .. I dreu and family were at their hull while vacationing In Tenn- Ii
F.j .. .w..r.... a I' V V place on Bedford Lake, just relaxing essee Hear that Billy Dowl-
"'4 IV' !in general 1>lrs. Barney Ing and Nookle Wainwright have
McRae she bought the Maude Crews
says stayed home and placeon
ti washed clothes Charley Futch Kingsley i .
r 10 % Reduction lolled In .
Kingsley Lake Rob-
Y t i' ert and Barbara Barksdale enjoyed -I It'll" girl S-;; Ellen, for John I Before Buying

an outing at Gold Head and Betty (Hayes) DeaR of Pan-

,; on Branch ama City !
.- H. N. Fairbanks postcards I ..
'1 Gas Automatic from Miami that he's leaving BOon I Seek
Marjorie Olley was Indeed( the '
rwI + Mi l industrious ore, for she stayed for California and Seattle, Wash.,I
r home and sewed By the end to visit some brothers, sisters,
Hot Water Heaters of the day she had completed a nieces and nephews Says he'll, Experienced
stop by Starke to
three-piece play. suit for dotter pop call on
Shirley Ruby Johns enjoyedthe friends/ in the next few days .
luxury of sleeping until 11 Add among the ailing: Joe Mar-
ENTIRE MONTH of JULY tinea with his in .
a. m. Joe and Dea Wilson arm a sling Counsel.
spent the day at Little Santa Fe Seems a. piece of sewer pipe .
with the Morgan Darby Lila struck him afoul blow B. C.
' s Holtzendorf (Jr.) hobbling alongon I
((pretty blonde sec-
(fit The Slade Gas crutches because
Company offers you the follow- retary In the H. C. Wall office]) of encounterIng -
:' ing ways of purchasing says she was awakened at 2 a. m. a piece of glass in the bottom
r your gas requirements: by her motherand father return- of the lake .

1. We sell tank and Ing from a trip to New Orleans The diamond you buy should Out
v minimum you rate.a supply your gas at the Lla Nanworthy stayed homeat Bobby lilgg. currently serving come from a firm known for its integrity
s aa an Army In
clerk-typist Japan,
'wt&l' + k .i 2. We furnish the tank make an installation pany the. lake. Ted and Osborne entertained workedall com writes that he went to Tokyo recently years of experience enable us to advise you intelligently, honestly. and fairly'
r t.. charge and sell you gas at a slightly higher day photographing tobacco and visited with Buddy .

f; rate. Levy Canova stayed home, Andrews who Is training to be- Our thorough knowledge of diamonds assures you of full value for every *J-!
3. We can supply your gas needs with cylindersalso slept, and ate watermelon come assistant manager of the .
> ( known as bottles). Imperial Hotel no less lar you decide to spend. We at anY
+ glad to have consult us
: Mr*. :Mattle QaJmgaa (Smart Buddy you know studied Ithp you
We are the ONLY gas company in Starke with Shop) took In the movies, while Japanese language at Yale before time.

*. storage facilities. Our present capacity is18JDOO Luther and May Powell went to heading for the Orient, and Bobby
I tie ball game John Godwin says that Buddy seems to be
: 1 gallons, with another tank of like size pent the day recovering from his thoroughly enjoying Japanese

to be delivered in September recent illness Ralph and opera and other attractions Silverware
a ; : l making a total Barbara Alvarez, dotter Sylvia, Bet those two had a good time Costume Jewelry Watches

storage capacity of 36JDOO gallons. and Ralph Jr., and bride spent reminiscing about .Call Street

the day fishing in Orange Lake when they got together Watch & 'Optical
When You Think Of Your Gas Needs (with little success) So, all Repairs

Consider These Facts together: it looks like everyonehad Well, gum that's all for now
pretty much of a safe and Just heard they're cutting
sane Fourth which la the best watermelon' up at the USO tonight -

kind after all . So long See you GEM
Slade Gas Co. t here. JEWELR
The Harlvy" 'strongs are back -Carolyn.ALVAREZ' .

'Ti'213 E. Call St. Phone 121

ff Y lfi y )fen'. Clothing 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE
170 FLA.
(NEAR RAILROAD TRACK) Ii Established 1894


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LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns( have Miss Mamie Anderson and Mrs. T. H. Osborne local photographer dress In: Auloinnttvi Bnirr .tnnerl-I: STATK OF1 FUMUUA to:: Emily I ,
ITS of I returned from a visit with relativesin Pauline Stone of Archer uun ull c.... Fhllmlrlphla 4*. .'..nnR. Trucks nuthrlan, whose ronlitni _
and D. '
will leave Friday to attend Tou ar* required to appear on <, and adilrwn, la It. F. IK t..
Atlanta and Macon Ga. R. Spelnell of Green Cove Springs a six weeks' course at the August I II I. 1IM7. In. thx ...h"v.n.med Crew, Virginia.
--'- court and You are r.> >ril to appear on ,
wherein iu
Miss "
Helen Edmondson of Miamiis the Fourth cause
Mrs. K. G. spent as guests of Mr. Wlnona School of Photography plaintiff seeks' divorce I ITailfnrilbounty AiiKUHt. II. 1947. In the above named I
and ]Mr Schell Carver of Duncan and daughter the guest this week of Miss and Mrs. E. M. D&vis. Winona Lake Ind. : Telegraph: shall piiMlih the Court and oauiia wherein plaintiff' I

I and daughter Mary Margaret Rose spent Monday inGainesville Myrtle Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hamiltonof Mr. and Mrs. Noble O. Maxwell Order In next four weekly ...00..n.Wltnei.ii seeks d'''or.shall... Hrndford. this t'ountjrTeleicraplt Ordvr1In

% .. O. F. Clifford of 1 visiting Mrs. T. E. Barney E. McRae Jr spent last Tampa were guvata last weekend of New York and Winston Salem seal! at Stark my. KlorMn hand, ,and, thin ofdrlnl July tiftxt .four *!'k\hllj\ ,,**. I 4

rl guests', last, Duncan. weekend In Jacksonville with H. of Mrs. J. D .Smith and Mrs. N. C.. and Mrs. J. R. Bollck of P. 1847. Meal Wllnena at Htnrkn my, Flurlila haim ,and the. official July, I r.
jlTand Mrs. Warren The Rev. and Mrs. Lewis D. V. Knight Jr. Theodore Tiaon. (OFFICIAL SRAt.) A..1. Thomaa, 'II)4TOPFiriAl. t'
d of LewiKton Idaho are guests of Mr. A. Clark of said Court. '
i Haines returned home Thursday Fred C. Kcherd and children Mr. and Mrs L. W. Koch and and Mrs. Jesse Newsome. isy uollla V. Cununr. P C. Aa( Clerk. of *SRAI.*lil Court) A..1. Thomas

Brownlee' and MissKhreyofSt.Louls.Mo. from a two weeks' vacation spent Steve and Ann of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Hudgins and Charles it. Hrss, Flu.Atty. ,..2cn-OH Knalty. JlUlgnckMonvlllo -. liv I.ucllla C Connor. D. C.l t I

.. with friends In Washington D. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch 'daughter Kay spent the Fourthof ObservedAt for J'lf Tell 41 8-1 Ally>an Kelly for Plf.VrrnaiKllna, Kin.7-11. 4t ,., .

lr! Saturday to spend a Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crawford and children of Tallahassee spent July afternoon at Jacksonville Birthday ....

vacation with Misslee' left Tuesday for Hendersonville the Fourth (of July weekend with I'Beach. Informal Party w"'0'riHrrrr,...y. n.OHIIIt.rtn'ii-r. 1111 IV.Aus'olln fllCI tY.. ADO

I parents Mr. and Mrs. N. C. where they will visit for Mr. and Mrs C. A. Futch. Mrs. W. B. Sew(>lI. Mrs. M. *.H V. TOIT KNOW ABOUTROACHES I

Srowflee several days. Miss Elma Lee Llckey spent Brown Mrs. K Q. Duncan Mrs. J. L. Anderson entertainedIn G.' K Miiriln: "n.I': .."t1t'h .vii.f cnilAiit.Ullln'la ,I ?

Mrs B. T Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall have Sunday at Raiford with Mr. and Margaret Rose Du naraepnn F.\\ observance of Mr. Anderson's ,n... No 6TS5.OHT .

A and and Mrs. D. L. Thomas and returned to Starke aftespending Mrs. J. A. Sasnar. Margaret Rose Duncan birthday anniversary at their AND"KH NOTICM(1IK Pt'lUJCATtON TO APPICAR: try When to get you rid fight of thorn rO".hu.y..all rtnlIiml u ,

spendIng a two week's several weeks at Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Manningof Thursday shopping li home on North Cherry street Fri. HTATK: t>'K KI.OUIUA" to: l.llll' 1 kill the fw Hint you ran
Are Beach.\ Sue Duncan of Gainesville will : 4, from :3:30 I ( trite Mnrlln Hpnnn. a\hush rssld l l .nri.ml hit ulth spray or .....t or that
day evening July
I gp at St. Augustine Jacksonville spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. O. L,. Bt>a\ley and / lulilruH In unknown. walk Into n powder by .....I."t.
Jeanette Williams of Ala- arrive Saturday to( spend a few MV. Manning's mother Mrs. J. C. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid spent' the holiday I- until 8 o'clock. The living roomand You are rmiiiirrii. to upponr on
b August. I 6, l 1941.! In liuHlmp 11..11,1. K-3-D .
pent last weekend with Miss I days as the guest of Margaret Manning.Mr In Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. dining room were made more Court and "'",..wherein plaintiff
Brownlee. Rose Duncan. and Mrs. Edward Burns returned A. C. Durden. attractive for thin occasion by seeks illvon-i.. Nrxd furl tVuntv' RouGll KILL1dR:

t home last week after spend- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ether edge vases and bowls of zinnias and Tult In next.Kr..pli four...h..n1l1hllMh w....klv IIINUOII.WltnrM iltla. Under IS DIFFERENT" '

iI ing a three weeks' vacation sightseeing of Jacksonville spent last weekend, Shasta daisies. I my riiiml. and ofMolnl ltoerhen out It nvrauiio I hoy like
During the evening Mrs. E. M. ....l at Sturkn, "Fluililn 1M.: July, II. They ,ilry .uii unit ill". Hiirornnn r I II
and visiting friends and with Mrs. Etheredge's brother ant x, I! 47.OKKICIAt.. to nut* to
relatives' in Arkansas and Texas. >r.ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. J, 1... Davis entertained the visitors ( HKAT.: ) A..1. Th..."..*. rtlirl, tunic, *:

Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Gertner and Anderson.Mrs. with a number of piano IICIt.C'tlonlJ. R.A.h''k T.uplll of C. liHliI Oonnr.Court I>. C. i 15c and 25c Pkgs.at .

SALE children of Gainesville spent last T. Frank Landrum and and Mrs. Anderson wan T Frank I.ur,
HOE weekend as the guests of Mr. and children returned home, Saturday assisted In nerving her guests: refreshments Ally for I'lf. 7-11 4)1 I

Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy on Kings- after spending a week in Jacksonville of Ice cream cake and, .N. {'lIlfT"r C'O..T. lilt.\I>'K..IHI> I Sistrunk Feed and ;
( "O'\j''Y. 5.1.01410II IN llfK.llV. 'N.
her Miss
ley Lake. visiting Mrs. Lanctrum'a parents nuts by daughter Seed Co.

Miss Evelyn Stump and Miss Mr. and Mra.' J. L.. Rogers. Anderson. (Inlntltr.'"lu 1l lulu. VB. rhlpim Kmlly: Ill-link Nou lhrrta Hoillhrlunil nd-, ST.AUliK!! FLOKIDAM i

-I 1"6,. Lucille Mitchell In Mrs. R. J. Davis and Misses Those present with Mr. Anderson .. llpfrniliint.. .
spent Thursday No. 6783.onm I ,.. tir ".-.-..11 1Orlnnriu. .ro.../<<. '
Monticello where they visited Mr. Idalou and Marjorie Davis spent were Mr. and Mrs. PaulEtheredge >:K OK-' """l.Jl.'IONANn Vim i
Ladies Shoes NOTICE TO PPKAIt(
and Mrs. William Thomson. They Tuesday' In Jacksonville. and Mr .and Mm. Lyle r

were accompanied homo by Fred- Mrs. Mae Edwards and Miss Anderson of Jacksonville; Mra.

Formerly die Thomson who will spend a few Elaine Edwards have rented the Pauline Stone and Miss, Mamie Every Branch of 1

days visiting his grandparents Dell Cottage on Kingsley Lake Anderson, of Archer; Kenneth
4.95 & 5.45
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump.Dr. during July and August. Theyare Burton of Rome Ga.; and George

and Mrs. J. W. Kaufmanleft having relatives visit' them Anderson, Mrs. A. W. Anderson INSURANCEH. ')

NOW Monday for Philadelphia Pa., from Jacksonville' and Daytona Mr. and Mrs. R M. Davis] andA. .

where they will spend two monthsat Beach and also friend from W. Anderson Jr. of Starke.,

White;! Brown Beige 2 95 & 3.95 Dr. Kaufman's home. Starke and Palatka.

Black Patent Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Naftcl re- Mrs. Smith HostessTo C. WALL AGENCY I

| turned to their home, In nirmlnn- PTA BoardThe

: ham Ala., Sunday after spending' Please Phone 146

Ladies I a week here as guests of Mr. and executive board of the

Mrs. Guy Sale.I Ilraillord County Hiiili School CONSTANT SKItVICK OVER 50 YEARSCLASSIFIED'
Teacher's AMorlatlon. held
1 I Miss Nina Bishop returned home Parent
Oxfords meeting last week at the homeof
Sunday from Tampa where she
I Mrs. J. M. Smith on Lake
r was the guest for a week of Dr.

4.95 and Mrs. Blackburn Lowry at Santa Fe. f,
Formerly ll' The called to order
meeting was
I their Tampa Beach home. I
the Mrs. Smith and,
by chairman,
Miss Shirley Scott of Tampa I is
3.95 the guest this week of Miss Nina | plans for the approaching school FOIL HAI.KK>|", |"' ..... n. ml,. rust nf Mt.., k.. tf I
Now were dlHcusscd.by the members Htmk, iriHiilvttil, / nod I / KAI.I'll.< r .box ill-I b. <-niiiclty| .
PRESENTSPAT Bishop. I year 1.'h.'U.,, .. "" i-nn of tho board who were present .I'Ienl'r. 1 Ita'Ntiln.. MiuliKiHi, HI Inn I
\ Mrs. W. J. Epperson: Sr.. Mrs The minutes were read, bye
1'IItHAI.hl-I II ,'h..1 | HPINTr:: m IIOIIKO, fu,-
G. A. Anderson' and Mary \ Mrs. Smith in the absence of the Inrliiillnir. I HOI ... I ..,! i.r unfitrntNh, line heist
Brown & White Epperson returned home Wednesday secretary, Mrs. R. P. Stubbinn. ....I. WietUllVN, | ..,.... It t\Hiir. hen.t"r. with ml* f
ilrlvrrH! niclul t ullVPtllHIIfMN. llxuiHUM* I
y'' from a several weeks. vacation :Mrs. Smith gave a report of Mm II l I'VirHylh 1 noil N. Walnut' Nt.,
Saddles trio to Lns Anct'le", Calif..1 her attendance at the recent PTA !H4: HI ink.. 1'III'I..I; : 78D Kliirk. :if (CIa)

where they visited Mr and Mrs State wide meeting which was KHH It\1.1': .I'.irtilMu IIIONT, t-iory, 10.rm.in hou.. I t.
Dale Van Sickle. held In Tallahassee recently lilnu ..Jq.\vi-liinwr.., ';ji ::: l\ ; ; .... itr unfitrttlNliHil 11 hill h.., ',
L Hi.n At li-y lurk friMn town lc.....omttilM. 'j ,
t Formerly 3.95 Mr. and Mrs W. :3. Kppcrsor I The members enjoyed a three ulr.' (loll N. Walnut 14t. or 4
and daughter Sally Ann uneni t t course luncheon which was served 1"'(furnUhhiiF lit It\1.6h1m: ..,'| I hnv 7H!! HtHl'kii, If (ifti) I

Sunday In Leenbiiru1 where the r by the hostess.Presbyterians. fi lffrmi livlnir '' FOIl ItI N'r- lll'<-* ;
Now 2.95 O'BRIENand iM'ilroum AUIIM, k .* riutiiiM., Mm. .!. M K dillih.' 1' t
were the s-ueat i of Mr. and Mrs .((.V.. ,cllMtl' 0..1. flurry, tip 7-18 "
..rlh...'... I'lioiiM or *
O. J. Griffin!'! and family. Enjoy \\t ,
lit HlretB Kiirlll. H\.1'rH'II"nlly) new
Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, who ha School Picnic ;m- roi Mtir Hnd ut..nMllM to fill Ir, 'i,
LYNN BARITune Sunday BM.H3--11)11) ". '
( wurtb tl11: I'tirpi iMtn-Htiul
been n patient In Riverside Hon>- UHV 1.11., 1111 'I
Ladies White for 'tin' dill. reel. I NIBMN; I I'
nltal, :Jacksonville for the pa' t Members of tha. Sunday School HtHrlo.T' ; '*...n..ni'..l'irimwOii.. nil ranv..a I JjI
three weeks'returned Weilnesila'C BALW-irtiunlt a-saa (00t '15u tt H't.. I '
'In Every of the First Presbyterian Church 1 KOll ,I, porch eerell6 ('Inrk'a
LoafersFormerly f Wed. NightN. to her home here Mrs Tolher't and other friends enjoyed,' an alle wnlirht Known' ullont a few too t ll; I i ....k.1,1.. Pnrin" ., Mr.. f'. 0, I ''f

B. C. Black of Lakeland la with < day picnic and, swim patty at Keystone hosier .AW''y | FOItOIOT_utnmot>ll. aim ;.
mother this week, and Mrs. W. S'I Heights Beach last Friday' every Wvilnviiday. I t, m. ..l I
Flit III'NT-4-1'00m .. Marliet Exciting drama<< from Gibson of Goldaboro, N. C. Is expected '. About 40 children and adults. werpresent modern, r."v..I1....... "" 0. ...11." l.lv.utuck tt! 'I "
life! Fat O'Hrli-u an /soon and I Hiilt-y, 410 IVnlnr l
I to( enjoy the spurts N. 1'. nOwIUt.L, MI.lrll. V It I
I! the owner of a corner' Mrs. R. D. Tenly left last wepJfor swimming.At l'llt HA 1.10-1 U-e < l ,. I It.I Medium I anal ,AC.aJwp. Ht.,.
Now 2.95Robbins'1 drug store Lynn Rlilfrpcrext N. C.. where shi a noon a covered, dish luncheon I Market."Kllllnit, Mlulti.n "|>| 'I (i'nuI\IY hnene.te... i tell Y",
Luther Clark place :I'nll,. N.
Karl as a nuno. Is attending the Baptist Sundae, was served and later la. the afternoon M..rk.. en nd" .tle.i Look for ,
r. 6 .. School and Training Unloi refreshments of cold drink. FOR I'lllI.f'O auto rn. tf p /n .U I

Assembly. and watermelon were nerved.IN Innlallntlnn A. HKNT2ruuni modern fur i
HFIK<'IIHHI> It.\ ] ..,. 'r
uutlnv Ma rae stove,
Carpenter'sYour MM. B. W. Hayes has beeipending Court .t Madison r"rrlN, o Urge
11..01111 : rf;::! 'I .IOt"A
some time with her son_ r'IIU"Tr coiirr .. ... rnbi lti runt !Alt I
{'Ol"\j''Y. ri.omim IN C1AV.d niiU, AVe, 1'hnn 111. Adult
In-law and daughter Mr. I tf
Mrs John VPRI In Panama Thnr't'tiT Ann Thllow. Plaintiff. vKrank > LIST YOUR FARM t
City II. Thlli'W, ,. "Imfomliiiit ( > BUSINESS! PKOI' .
4''''''' Rexall Drug Store Mr. Haves and Enon: Hayes, Jr.. No. 6780.onnrcn. 'UH"I FOR SALE
joined them there for the Fourth OP vnnr.irATioM! .r
Mr. and Mm. Bill Lawman am l-'rnnlc .,,1... >Pas a apurtmontil. a '
i sons' Lowell and Lynn and Mist.u 11. ThllDW.('I'who, residence and .,1. :: : h.I WAKKIIOIIHKH i'i>iiii,>l"tly rtriiilnh.il for, ,Mill. ''

Eunice Lawson of Anhiirndali n....... .... .: Hrmp lumbar. lloinl wiin.l.. '' L
r- frr prnfivrtv. < .>. for rniullnit
spent the Fourth of July wit! .f"1 a.l. oI IIn.. ',..I..m. J.H l lxs he, laS A.. J
their parents, Mr. and, Mra. H. O ".......... nmr.r. Ice. I 'rti''-'7i,; W'/ndowe/ tMiiiiplotoc l
Suit .. .. ... .... .. Fill{
3Pc. Walnut Bedroom Lawson. 'iJWrVrn Warld. Fr i n liely.; In. Ply Wend; r
... .
A.8TROUT: Rl Mt>ll it.r ; flint iron llnilhitom: I
Mrs. William Norris, who ha- I"Ionring" : Honk "h.lv. ,
Krprmrntnl. I... '" ,,... LMIKl Whit ('*...*"<.
been In Jacksonville since June 5 tllix-k. Only llonflnir. : Hanrl.
:.'< n > k Poster Bed under treatment of specialist)), returned F. ( ( E1..ncret. Plui; ioii.T: .t. '
116 Ho. .. nil easel! : plu, 01.u .....n.... ,
\, to her home here Monday In ... ilra' flonri ('."' ..nll) '10..11.
i RoundMirrorVanity 1 Miss Ovada Gawsett and MlHf I .. Mix.. Steel Window. ; Paint '
HATTHKHHKH of all FLA.'y. Illni-k "'"Inn; 1'on.'rt.. Sloop
; m Frances Taylor recent graduate,, valoil, furniture l |. ..l..; Uitnip Truck llaullnc.
r.rinlKhnil, rirop Hkll.Haw, .
of BUS are now students" at the. IIAMTINOH M '' / .. KOll .. ".M. 1 3 110 up. Ills '
Massey Business", College In Jack 130. .Ia'k.l VI... run oo. ,. 'In city' llrnltM.
f IeM'e' Fen tI. <4'(1'4'4'54< %() ruses ,
sonville. I
tllCOtlll a i:,n1usaelale: J {'O. ;
SAf.R A r.r? .
roil -
d Mrl. J. C. Larramore will leave. sires Innd a Mniirtv |:.1...ri I'hnn* Kl I I ;

soon to join Mr. Larramore who. months oki i heIt.r, i
fcr. I.Y", old bill / FOR SALE
has accepted a !position with the fruit' t...... Il56o' I. :

PRICE Western Machinery Co., In Spruce. f'hn.. U'N.II Itt 1 : wall ln<' _6ft. tall r- ,j !

Pine N. C. I..wl.y. .1 ?. ... ".n 1
toCtlPJtANr.--1. l l ." dope, whit. bliss,
Mrs Guy Andrews, returned fir., milufnnbllo. or yellow _- ilAu it.| 13. ..1. j
Sunday from a visit/ with relative llf.. H 0" m. for Inp'iunr! light gray Tftu sal
50 ..ml... N. U. .. ..,. l best quality roof .a.- 1
In Wythevllle ,V... 11 n Kii.t .'..II .tr."'. routing ---. ..... It 11
149 houiK-imlnt, itnU in 4J. (I'
John (Cooterl) Anderson left .
roil HAUK: ..wh.. rr'.0.ne.taal,4e4'Z 5u.IOAt ..... '
yesterday by airliner from Jack trailer with hl larir NIK h. A nfflc

sonville for Roswell Field N. Mex., *./ U' bi.H turrits, ...BO." trui-k.: O'xxt llr*.. .; \ *t.ank east t.ir.I,1:: oolom arl'lillffM': .--.for_ Ut
1047 Vortl nlfkup"
his new Army Air Corps station fO. M II. JllO.I.. ;: :; ; ....r flrvnlnrita.. 2O Iri. l by 44 ,

This Special For Friday after enjoying a 10-day( furloughher. STAKE 1 DRY CLEANERS 1 .to....t.c'.r".r, Mlarfc.".'''' swim tru------------. II 7.46 I .$ I I I
with his parent Mr. and t'nnvan folding rob I.5& .
LAUNDRYPIONZ I Navy ."I'k, fiv%) .wool 3 r
#< and Monday Mr. A .W. Aniferaon. H. was AND ___ II.0

Y Saturday previously stationed at Chanute : .Zt ClttN lUItDUC J _ail'woni. blsnk.le. l pr-_ 11* '
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Field 111. II I Ash est I i .ln l.-b.il mattr..460 ,
Of These Bargains cot pa>l. .._,- 11.S.. .,
I Take Advantage ONLY HTATBMOST maker nail tray _... .0.
TilE PLANT OF ITS KINO IN THE hamrri.,"'k., nomplets>

: Close Out Special Prices On All Bedroom Suits EVERYTHING TO BUILT OB REPAIR I ROOF ..:atl* with'folding soft not not pad....-. ,4.111 u: t I,1 I

I .rproof..| beech ....nlt..* 1.01 > .
Army frying pun. Cl.h- i
ELECTRIC Ready Mixed Builders II Concrete *lm Sale
Bedroom Suit tltta flHhlnv, ----poloa. ....- fri:* t
(Only One) I I .. fol'lln' rnl* .. II 71 It..V
i punch* for flnh.rnin &
Hot PlatesCeiIingPrice3.85 Concrete Supplies Blocks II' A Super. I dresees -... 12',
Used I' rubh.r kn.. ..o.l- |..>. .
3-Piecc: Walnut Finish Slightly Protective '...* Army u.. ,
Dozier & Gay I For / best t quality cavalry twill, i
Price $149.50 '
Original ur.*rha _. _- 13.116 I
.. .kn.1 b.c. 55* ,
i ,,. ...... w.rk.h..i .r
Ready Mixed Paints .- .. ... .. t'
for $59.50 Ntw' life erk.ee .._ 11.1. ""

Selling $... While Going I tniklrcn' kapok ',If. -11.II..* Ii', '

For Last quality rube.? kada ,
i They : $3.95 <*, u n. .......__, ..... it.*( I i I
Cabinets 5.50 BUILDING :; "-'; ;serving'-r'y.- --_-..|4.11 She 1..

2 Medicine A N N I S I For 5 : -vllnta, V.I-a.5aa_ ....aalt-.- are t '

AT SUPPLIES, Inc. I duck pant. pair .__. Ij.li 7
DO BETTER tan .li...r..ln..o.. Iwllt ,
IT'S A FACT YOU CAN Now In OUr N_. Larger BulMIng To Better Serve You. ..r. .- ...-.----.---.. lilt
1 i!..rfc wood or mlfrt not* IJl.ltatixk .. '
CO. 1036-1048 West Main Street South Darby *.\ of tarpaulin In Ja .
JOHN DENMARK In and brow** *ro.....
STARKE '.PL.. .NW 0.-. 'J
P. .O.' Bog n ..... .
STARKE, FLA. Phone S17-Z1 ..ra <( Pk. :7.155.1x4 .
PHONE '151 ensmml-m. I R. ......... ... .a.-tr1I... +

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i y11 as .4. Church starting Monday, July 14, a .' . . Mrs. Wilma Medlock and daughter Md., after spending a two weeks July holiday with Miss Roberta Mn. W. A. Newton ana

Everyone Is invited to come. Rev. Marilyn Mr. and Mrs. Clarence vacation here with W. O. Rimes Whitfield. Newton of Grltfin, Geo 1\\
Theressa HamptonBy Hicks. Virgil Sykes. and Roy I and son Billie. Holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.L. Turney wentrelatives to ONtrlet
Lee of Law ley Is going to hold
I Morgan, all of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green and Durden were Mr. and Mrs. Alva and upon
By Eva Mae Trlc-st. the revival. Mrs. M. C. Sweeney of Gainesville were here Parker of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. her stay with ''OlllplI'
'd1, ,1ay Mr. and Mr. E. C. Barr. of St them
. a . . will
', d . . . We are sorry to hear that there Augustine pent Saturday herewith t Sunday visiting relatives. George Lewis and little daughter 'and Mrs. S. R. FORt" 'Is,

'; Sylvia and Glynn Millkln of will be no more services at the MRS. JOHNS HONORED relatives. Malcolm Lewis made a business Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Alton w D. Newton In lnotvil'na,,
Ocala returned home after spending Christian Church. A lovely social event of the Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hall. have! trip to Gainesville Monday. Carlton, all of Jacksonville Mrs. L. burden spent Sa T
some time with their grand- Mrs. Ross Glrton of St Petersburg summer was held In the Recrea had as recent visitors, E. D. Allen, Mrs. Cephus Harrell and sons I and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton and Sunday with relative ill!

parents ,Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan the weekend here I tion Hall last Thursday afternoon and family of Palatka, Mr. and I were in Starke Thursday afternoon and Mlsa Lunelle Durden of sonvllle.
spent when Mrs. Q. P. Wadaworth Mrs.J. Mrs. W. F. Allen and children Mr.I where they met Mr. Harrell. Gainesville. Mr and Mrs R. W
" Ernest Trlest of Venice spent with her son, C. Neal and her W. Home, Mrs. C. L. May and and Mrs. J. T. Partin and Mrs Ho accompanied them home to During the past week Mr. and accompanied by Air Bra
the weekend here with his par- aunt. Miss Ida Hagan. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Aclklns entertained In Hester Hall of Tampa. The I latter spend the 4th of July holidays.Miss Mrs. K. W. Parka and two children J. B. Taylor ot Jacksonville( 1114

y t, enta, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Trleat Mrs. Girton expect to return honor of Mrs. Thornton Johns. were enroute to North Caro- Lubedla Plnholster was the were guests of Mr. and Mrs. to Jackaonvllle Reach for.
and family. again soon on a visit when Mr. Attractive bouquets of dahlias lina on a vacation trip. dinner guest of Mrs. Cephus lIarI W. O. Stringfellow. The Parka Fourth of July oliting

!fi Miss Grace Dickinson and Miss Girton gets his vacation some zinnias and other blossoms were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenningsand I rell Sunday. were en route from their home in Mr. and Mrs w A. Mi

Ruth Sibley spent Monday at time In August. We are always placed to advantage in the spacious little son, Bobby, were guestsof Mr. and Mrs. George Mills and Lake Worth to Hot Springs Ark. Montgomery, Ala have
Mldlakes. glad to see Mr. and Mrs. Glrton. room. Mrs. J. C. Wynn and relativeain Leesburgof children of Tampa were weekend Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney had to their home after | nt
Pil4n' a Come again soon. Mrs. Russell Dyal received lucky relatives in Leesburg las guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. as their guests from Tuesday until and Mrs. W O. Engram VlolIJnr
I' { COMK: ONES:! COME: ALL awards In the Stork game while weekend. Stewart and Mrs. Annie Lewis.I Sunday of last week Mr.. ,and ,a week for
The Revival at the Hope Baptist Mrs.! L. Q. J6hns was the winner Joann and Buddy Rahmex oMayport With their guests Mr. and Mrs.

In the guessing contest. arrived last week for a Stewart spent Sunday at Brook'

Fresh stock of excellent typewriter A daintily frilled bassinet holding visit with their grandmother. Mrs. lyn Lake.
ribbon at THE TELE- a life-sized dollbaby, also contained Nlta Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green and
Fresh WaterBREA'M OKAPII. many beautiful gifts. Others Mrs. Ida Maxwell had aa guests children were In Alachua Monday

were placed on the nearby last week her nephews. Darcey afternoon.

ATHLETES FOOT GERM center table.! After opening and and Carl Porter of Indianapolis, . a . . -THIS TASTED ATLANTIC ANYWHERE EQUALS ANY BEER nip
admiring the numerous tokens of WOR1.D"EFFICIENT
HOW TO KILL IT. friendship for Mrs. Johns, the and Mrs. Orville Brookinsand Farm
'' IN ONE HOUR, hostesses served their guests Individual little daughter, Linda, spent State

and PERCH IT NOT PLEASED!' your 3SO back. iced cakes with fruit the Fourth of July with relative Hy Mrs. Bryan UMtfleld
fungicide Auk cry,druujlit TE-OL.! Mode for this with. STRONG 90 percent punch. Mrs. C. E. Ousley of Per- in Dothan Ala. . a . . et The tb8 PremIum. Beer
Populat PiloTLAN
alcohol. It PENETRATES. Reach- Mrs Ellen Long of Stuart
rlne and Mrs. Fred S. Dodd of
ARE BACK ..* and kill MORE germ f..tor. Todaya Keystone Heights were the out- visited her brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier were

of-town guests attending.The sister, Mr. and Mm. A. C. Dennison In McIntosh Saturday and Sunday I ICAIEND

CANOVA PHARMACY: last Saturday.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae I
r After 8 MonthsM' r "3-H Club" wishes to an- and Mrs. Horace May have and family when little Patricia I] EER'Full
7 ,nounce it will sponsor a stage returned to their home in Venice McRae underwent a tonsilectomy. I
show by the Gainesville Jubilee after spending Friday through The latest reports |,' of Good Chest' I

Hillbillies next Monday night, Monday: here. Mi' and Mrs. Wilson told of satisfactory recuperation I
July 14, at the School Auditorium.All F. May and sons are now which is gratifying to friends.Mr .
I'M JUST AS are cordially invited out for located In the H. D. May residence. .and Mrs. J, C. Wallace are '
JUICY ANDTENDCR an. evening of fun and laughter.The Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay have spending their vacation at Wlno I

AS Dally Vacation Bible School, had as recent guest, her brother Lake near Melrose. They were ,'
,"f CAN BEI held at the Methodist Church each and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs accompanied by their nieces, Miss

morning with Mrs. W. J. Church- C. E. Hood, Mr. and Mrs. Pope Joan and Nancy Mynihan of Jacksonville -

COME DOWN PEAK well of Starke as director, was Hood and Mrs. C. E Hood and 1
off to a fine start on Monday daughter, Kay all of Atlanta Ga Mrs. E. J. Blume and little This funeral home
;is dedicated a
with over 43 children ""nrc'led, daughter Janice are with the for-
St27t2' and six teachers under Mrs., a . . mer's parents Mr. and Mrs. L. F. liable service. There are no boundary
Churchwell's supervision. The I Poles In Prentiss Mississippi for lines to the territory we are always

FOR THEMSELVES closing program will be held on BrookerBy the: month of July. ready to serve.

t MagnoliaFish Thursday night, July 17, with an Mr*. T. W. Markey Miss Mary Jo Caldwell of New
HILL'S Interesting summary of the work a a . a . Orleans, La., Is spending a three *
F k both In song study and handiwork weeks' vacation with her'parents
MarketPhone COFFEE SHOP Parents are especially. requested BROOKER O\a MEET Mr. and Mrs.. J. G. Caldwell havIng -
to attend to view the The Brooker GAs held their returned with them following DEWITT C. JONES

37 151 WEST CALL ST. children's worthy efforts In Christian regular meeting on July 7 at their attendance at her graduation AMBULANCE SERVICE
STAKKE. FLA. Cooperation and Fellowship. 8:13: p. m. In the church building. from Charity Hospital early in
--------------- Funeral
Main item, of business was the Director
FrIends of T. C. Chastatn will continued study of the manual. July.Mr.. and Mrs. J. L Outlaw and STARKE PHONE 7
Plenty of No. 2 & No. 3 be pleased to hear of his continued The GA leader, Mrs. J. W. daughter, Gwendolyn Jo, of Waldo
Improvement, and that he is Thomas and all the girls would were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Our local funeral home enables us to
again at home after sometime like to take this opportunity to Sellers last weekend.Mr. offer conveniences and services not

Canning Cans pent In Shadycrest Hospital Invite new members Into the organization and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfel- otherwise available.We .
Starke. Mr. and Mrs. ChastaIn
: and to urge the mem- low spent the Fourth with Mrs
recently spent a week with his bers who were absent last time J. M. Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices ti

Brother and family In Bradenton to be present at the next meeting Earl Johnson at the Weeks placeat accept ANT life insurance policy in force. Issued by ANT MBpacy
mil Sarasota. Last weekend, the which will be held July 21. Kingsley Lake. as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultant
ROOFING . 45, 55, 65, 90 Lb. 2haatalns:: had as their weekend M-Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Grlner carries no obligation.
guest his slater Mrs. W. L. RUSH Mr. and Mra. JEldon Hardy an- and Mrs. M. E. Griner Sr. visited

p4 SHINGLES,I Thick Butt. 3 Colors of Lake City. nounce the arrival of a baby girl, Mrs. F. W. Edwards In Gaines-
MUM Martha Horne returned to Janet Kla1ne1n! Alachua County ville Sunday.

i iier home'Monday after a trip to Hospital, July3 *#; t. > Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gibson and I'
OIL RANGE? 3 Burner 'With Oven Raleigh, Fa/ettesville and other Mrs. Clara JI1lth and 'daughter Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal Clark returned Mothers M

points In North Carolina. She Margaret oC" M tnmi are spendingthis to their homes !In Columbia R
; ''I Tricycles Wagons Baby Strollers was accompanied by Miss Madge week here VI th Mr. and. Mrs. S. C., Monday after having visited

lay, of Jacksonville.W. Lloyd Barry and Mr. and Mis. Hr.. and Mrs. J. R. Parker since TELEPHONE 2-J

ASBESTOS H. Griffin was In Jacksonville O. W. Barry. 'rlday. Together with their ,For The Finest e
ll n i SIDING Johns Manville
K" last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Wilson of Jackson guests, Mr. and Mrs. Parker spent
1 .T
jili P'r Mrs P. E. Griffin. ville Is spending some time here Saturday at Silver Springs and \

}, r Y h 11 TARPAULINS. 12x14 and 12x16 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McKowen, with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Morgan Daytona Beach. Diaper Service t 1

it Columbia S. C., have been J. M. Bradley, Jimmie and Carolyn -

MANY OTHER ITEMS OF fishing Mrs.! McKowen'a father, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Crosby and Bradley enjoyed an outing That Modern Science and J
il. E. Green and sisters Miss children of Jacksonville were with Mr. and Mrs M. F. Coker at
Mabel. Green and Mrs.V.. A. weekend guests of L. R. Gainey. their Santa Fe Lake home July 4. Research Can Produce
QUALITY HARDWARE Saxon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Williams and Carolyn remained for a week's

Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth. Mrs. Alice Oliver of St. Augus- visit with Mr. and Mrs Coker. r, -.
hl' r
3r., have as theIr' guests Mrs. tine were weekend guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Tyus and .
m 4 M Robert Day and five children of and Mr B. F. Hazen. son", Kenneth ,and Harold and t We Furnish Hospital Clean Soft Sterilized

Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. Murel Gano have Peggy Caldwell went to Atlanta, |. Diapers .,-- Anti-Odor Metal I Container-
Farmers' Mr. and Mrs T. J. Alderman moved here with Mr. and Mrs. Ga., Sunday on a combined business I Two Deliveries Each Week.

Supply and sons .spent l the Fourth !In R F. Gano. and pleasure trip. lor ......
r "
Starke; as dinner guests of Mrs. Mrs. H. C. Martin has returned John Mynihan: and Mrs. Isabel

0. W. Alderman.Mrs. home after a visit here with Mr. Edwards of Jacksonville spent All This For Only A Few'Cents A Day
MIKE )MAIUTCA. Owner !STARKE.; FLA. Merle Chapman and baby I and Mrs. R. F. Gano. Saturday night and Sunday with

1 laughter -pf Tampa spent last Those enjoying a fish fry at their brother-in-law and sister
p' reek here with relatives. Sampson CanaFThe 4th were Mr. jI...-. and Mrs. J. Wallace.
Independence Day visitors to I and Mrs. James Padgett and Mrs. P. S. Crews and Misses (gj pDt4 D arJfl

Campton included Mr. and Mrs. ;daughter Vvrgle; Mr. and Mrs. Betty Williams and Irma Jean P

'SGROCERY .. ..be'...I........ Mfarle W1 gB Ina. E Imes Stoke n an d itiild! ren. .H..._. Godwin went to Lake City Sun- _
G R E E N ,
and Mrs. Johnny Howard and day to see Mrs .Crews brother

Cooked Fine Dinner; son( Johnny of Heilbronn Springs, Bill Rivers at the Veterans' Hos Lt V t 52.J
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes and ,
Then Threw It To DogOne pital.Miss
son, Marvin and Earl Coleman Jane Talbot of F.S.U.. .

Padgett.Mr. Tallahassee spent the Fourth of
f lady recently stated that
and Mrs. Tyler Jones and
she used to throw her own dinnerto children spent 'ihe weekend In -:.- -
n the dog most'pf the time. It Callahan with relatives. ,
made her sick just to look at any- Mrs. Charles Witkovski has re- YOUR WATCH ,
thing to eat. She was swollen with turned to her home after
Delivery. Service Phone 86 in Miami
full had Deserves the Beat
1 gas of bloat headaches spending four weeks here with .
felt worn out and was badly con her parents Mr:"and Mrs. J. R.
stipated. Finally she got INNER- w
o ParrUh. Mrs .Witkovski was ,
AID and says the now eats everything .
I formerly Louella Parrish.
P Golden Roue
Guaranteed In Is
sight and digests
t Mrs.\ Emma "Gay is spending
fectly. Bowels are regular and several weeks here with her ion
Flour 25 Ibs.
Self-Rising 1.85 normal. She Is enjoying life once .
O. A. Gay and family.Mr. ?Usk'REPAIR
more and feels like "some other .
and Mrs. Raymond Crewsof
woman" since this New ra
Sri, t Jacksonville spent the 4th here
Compound. .
4"r with Mr. and Mrs. O. \V. Barry.

English Peas 3 No. 2 Cans .25 Herbs INNER-AID; they cleanse contains bowels 12, Great clear and Mr..two and children Mrs. Charles of Gainesvilleand Hardy Trustworthy; Service

from !stomach act on slug-
) gas Mr. and MI'Ik Douglas Hardy F.
gish liver and kidneys. Miserable Strong
and children of_ Hampton were
people soon feel different all over.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
visiting Hardy
So don't go on suffering! Get CAMP BLANDIXO JEWELER
Tomatoes No. 2 Can .15 INNER-AID. Sold by all drug Sunday afternoon SINCE 1941
Mr. and .Mrs.: Richard Kelley .
store (Adv.)
and children of Plant City spent 137 West Call St.

t several days here last week with It's Fact
a -
dfLpI Mr. an.1 Mrs. C. S .Kelley.

Best White BACON lb. .35 NO CLOWNING, FOLKS Weartingtn of Gainesvillepent Protect Your UpholsteryWith Clean Clothes Last LongerTo
the 4th here with :Mr.! and Good Durable
n. eIt f SCMCTM1N& Guests of Mr. and Mra. E. T. l let us dry clean 1 them regularly.! our

CansTzS ,1 UIAR0_ Stewart on the 4th were Mrs. SEAT COVERSTAILORED thorough, yet gentle cleaning restores the
f1G ,Milk 2 Tall Carrie Ingram of SLirke. Paul original newness. Our service is fast. our
Stewart of Jacksonvll and Mrs.
TO work dependable, and our prices are reason
: w I R. P. Lewis. fJ j II. able. Call
p II FIT YOUR us at 135 today.
if Enjoying a fish fry at Earlton t'. '
414 Lake on the Fourth were Mr. and '. INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE
= j 33' Bleach Qt. Bottle .13 '<.! ;-"
Mra. C. S. Kelley with their guests ,f'I
ft Mr. and Mra. Richard Kelley of
DEPENDABLE SERVICE Plant City. Mr. and Mra. J. W. In Colors To Suit PHONE: 133
Kelley and children. Mr. and Mrs. ROUT 313
Clyde Kelley. Mr, and Mrs. George Your Taste d

t Nails6D 8c lb. PHONE 150 Rivers., of Graham Austin Kelley 91etu "le

,of Atlanta and others. STARKESEAT Owner '. ;II a ::
10-D STARKE TAXI SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tlnney and COVER CO. .. .' W .
Mr.\ and Mr*. Claude Smith re-
I turnad to their home In Frederick Court & Madison SU. _




Il, 1817/ .. BRADFORD COU1'oo"TY' TELEGIt.\J, ST.\RKF.. FLOlt J.% P.\GE a1,:vF.N
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a Durbin Stars be the latest "This It America" I I At The TabernacleServices Pvt. W. R. Driskell

Lr Offeringark and News. j I Church NewsPine I: at the Tahi-rnatle! were Completes Basic i)1'I'LiCaTI'; l\B1"S ,1IIlIE I i

Next Wednesday and Thursday ,
Sunday I well attended over the weekend.''
the Park double bill will be I Pvt Wm R. UrlMkell son of WE AUK DKAI.EUS IN '

Dinging star, Dfjviii "Heartbeat" with Ginger Rogers, Level Baptists I;July, 4th a was Christian-Patriotic fittingly observeJwith 0ram. -I', Mrs Lnla I B.Driakell FISIIINU: I\\\N ;\IU F.I. FLANKS ( I
iI'pUlal' be starred In Jean Pierre Aumont, Adolphe Plan Homecoming pi of Aus- n Irv TACKI.K: ;IX\\KKS I
1f 11 "Til Be See- Menjou\. and Basil Rathbone and. tin, Texas, formerly !
,, trams
anti uch opens Hiestro"n "Shadow of A Doubt", a suxpensiiiu And Dedication I A large group of worshipers attended of Starke, m\TI.: TKIC\M.KS: 1'O4! \
u > jit:..... drama co-starring Teresa t: the regular Communion has completed '
:;; F Kirvo.KACTKSSOKIKS and
fatr' the T 8>>Pi.V Wright and Joseph Cotton. I:Sunday. morning. Faces from ..evral hi 1 basic trainIng -
Hradlng nearby towns were noted. at : :; \\iir.Kt.: <<<>oiis OAMFX:
be Tom Drake, and at the He- ?
:111 Friday Saturday July 18 the: Sunday. evening hour, as wells
Bendix and Adolphe Men- 'and 19, the double feature attraction I visitors In town from otherstates. placemen Center TrainIng Fort- 10-; West Call StreetSTAKKE. '
will be "A Scandal InParis" BIGGS & BAKER
Jack Bon. a. CPvt n.A.10W .
STPSCHILLS with George Sanders I i
The Lnymenu' meeting took on Driskell wash
Signe Hasso, and Carole Landis, I
6a.bll ''I new impetus Monday night, when' inducted Into the
and "Son of Roaring Dawn" with I
I Idon
nt the close of the business aea- service on April 18, 1917
Johnny Mack Brown. Chapter 1 \ Dr. John McNeill, who had I ItOKS YOUR 111! u
of the new serial "Phantom Em
HtpolFEVER. I ;just arrived Introduced visiting Young people met at 7pm.
; \
11 AT U ROOM ,
eOE.nh el YeuO ., pire" and a cartoon will completethe friends and an evening of music Prayer ,M..ellng't'hIl'M.IIIY 81 1.ATh'v-b'

;t;; a II T ol.quin. -w-.e: program. I:was enjoyed. The visitor Included -I p m. Mrs Titus OI".1t,111 discuss ON I KKSO\ALITY? ;i/,' 1 ',",
Rev. and Mrs. tl C. Myers of the narramcnts oi. Die hni'ch.
New Berlin, N. Y and Rev and I l.. It Ik tumid I of rum cult-lire and '
Come In And See i :Mrs. Francis Georgia and sons of I First Baptist Church beautyc you pmul In show It / 1 fr:
Morris, New York. I to /guests Son ritn iwhli'\o boththi'No I
Mr. Myers and daughter Mrs I On Sunday July 13 In the First alms. at a \ery nmdertttn. emit (

of Georgia are talented musicians Tiaptl Church the pastor the by hm Ing u.. imxIrriilMt It with 1 "" t' I
Our Variety and numbers heard violin I
were on I ReJ.I J... D. italncx will speak at quality aplmlntuscnts.One 0o'
aREV. and trumpet. The boys rendereda ""t"" ,i''I
duet. These are Baptist Pastors morniiiK hour on "The Need ofConversion" To Three Yearn To 1-I1Y'', I
Stoves and Hot Water on a summertimevacation In The Happy Hour at
Florida. 8 p. m. Is a period of Informal I
The Laymen are busy prt'parinpost..rll worship at which the pastor's i iShull
I to place In public conveyances topic will be "A Lout' Life" l &
Plumbing Heating
Heaters Sunday will be a. great day at etc. The coming of the Sunday School meets at 9:43: J
three Musical Evangelists Is beIng with classes and. departments for
the Pine Level Baptist Church 323 Tt'mlen'! STAItKK. FLORIDA (Phone 114 ,
anticipated on July 14. all ages Training Unions! meet
when homecoming; and opening at 6.43: ( for discussion and. worship
$$89.50 to $245.00 services for the new church build- ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL program. f I II
Ing will be held. The general Sunday

public is Invited to Join In the all- Sunday School 10:00: a. m. !
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11a. For stamp pads utanip pad \ t tI
day services and the old-fashioned
I m. Ink rubber stamps, dieters mini- R. B. Alvarez & Son
basket dinner which will be held
Friday i Iwrers' nee The TKI.KUIlAril.:
I at noon. Evening Prayer and Bible Class I. I
A number of outstanding speakers 7:30: p. m. : gj t T '
tKSOKY1llE'S$ ;: Transfer & Co.
mml.4lmm II will be there during the day Rev. 8.V.. Creasey., ', 1 4 I Storage
Including the Rev. J. M. Parrish : ,1 ]
tel. I '.*' >i r *OICEJ> I
'of Lakeland, L. F. Chapman, superintendent Methodist Church I' : ,. JsK : ', Phone 9105
of the State Prison
I and the Rev. R. D. Ingle and the "Our Date With Dontlny" will i I .
Rev. G. R. Hodges!, both of Jacksonville be the topic of the sermon In the WPDO: j jt' I
Baptism will be held First Methodist. Church Sunday Moving and We operate local and long
at 7:f() p. m. morning at 11 o'clock, at announced -' distance in
NOW ; Anywhere
by the pastor the Kev W J. ( "Stptags
Services will continue throughout H I
the following/ week beginningeach Churchwell. Miss Virginia Sewell L ooooNtTOUkinIAL j" j I p the State of Florida.
will be soloist with the choir. I I
e are now ready to finance stoves night at 7:43: : p. m, with the \
The evening service will be fast Careful
9 Rev. E. R. Bowers of Hilliard as ; I Moving I
hot water heaters up to 18 months. Useur visiting evangelist. evangelistic old-fashioned and will feature. the L Ortder Clarity!! .- .CtatsrCavetlle I j t i t

singing of ------hymns.,- ,.. __0_" ._" ___ __ .... .. __ ,
Convenient CREDIT PLAN. We Boatdrain RevivalRevival

(lave bottles and tanks of any size. Also services will be held ENTER YOUR SNAPSHOTS : .
I each evening starting Sunday at

BUTANE and PROPANE Gas. Let us '8 o'clock In the Boatdrain Baptist
Church. The meetings will bo conducted '
needs..osier I I by the Rev. Mr. Edwards, IN OHR -4 ; i
upply your gas pastor of North Pleasant Grove. ft
The song service will begin each I
i(I evening at 7:30: o'clock. ,

Bros. I I It
Revival At HopeA '

revival will begin at Hope JI t I "! \

Baptist: Church, Therassa, on July :
Gas Co. 14 and continue for several days.It ;
will be conducted, by the Rev [t
I Guy Lee of Lawtey. Everyone is ,
149 West Call Street
invited, to attend services begin- r K, ,
P., 0. Box 268 Phone 182-W ning each night at 8 o'clock.-C.. r I 1j ''I p
Sullivan, church clerk.erylinf -I "I I

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Win B. F. Goodrich

BIG-CAR QUALITY Scal-o-matic tubes for your car O ;'It


and an opportunity: to win $ 2500 ..

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the reverse side of each snapshot or photo and bring
j You'll 'like hat Big-Car: them to u). There's no obligation on your part and ,I"
You'llic./; that Big-Car styling You'll find it fun to drive a newYou'll nothing to buy. Your snapshot can be of any size and : l

like the long low lines of the new Chevrolet. You'll like Chevrolet. There's power and pep THE TIKE THAT on any subject. The winning photo in our local contest ;I r
the look of massiveness and sturdmess. That big, beautiful to spare in the only Valve-in-Head will be entered in with ,
Fisher that a popular- competition winning
by powers
Umsteei body ia by Fisher, you know-trm only Body Engine
n the low-price field I comfortable priced car. And, road-hugging Chevrolet's way quiet of I OUTWEARSPREWAR photos from other D. F.Goodrich retailers who arc E

going is so restful-so relaxing! sponsoring similar local contests. The local prize is a ,

-THIS-you'll favel '' set of D.F.Goodrich Seal-o-matic safety tubes. The '

1 But your greatest thrill will grand prize is $2500.00 in the national contest.
'come when you find out

that priced Chevroletisthelowest-line In its field = S TIRES Hero's how Seal-o-matics protect you and ; I
and the line that costs less I 1 li
I family
for gal, oil" and upkeep.
Chevrolet's the one car that

..,.,. gives. Lowest you Cost B.g-Car. I Ip" Qualityat $150. [$ J I lAJ.

I like ,II... flg.Car' features DOWN t I

P e"oie' !' You'll lik. our Odd ti, *.d. tflit **U j... S.MlM.lli. Kola "../, wish .../ amt A* ..n I* w. I
$ packed with features that $1.25 a Week c...... ........ Ik* .... Et.....h.s'.d, Mil ....11... llnin* worftu .it...
1 e ou Big-Car' comfort and safety. crv?k., fool to .-sp..I. ..,. hoi.. .m4 M"_ lash.
*t'vs-Action' Hydraulic Brakes for P/ S-ll'rS- PUTS A NEW 6.OO-16 :' I
' I _tor the keeps All entries I
"We with exclusive design car atitiU best SIIVCRTOWN ON YOUR CAR August 2 3 ,.
;' +alai' surer stops.t Unitized. Knee- your all the year round. 4 r must be In by 'b
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' *"' '01 in soon-and l e ., '
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( ,
. :\ olood disease," which resulted In the death of "30 the several matters herein con Quarter Tw I''.
itnlnirl and art forth to the best Twenty.ilx, (25)( I, Southeast Quarter fining see PJ,
Personals: to 40 men" "John L. Lewi, of and belief.S. The saint' -,
Ii" | my knowledge ,if Mixitheant, quartet' (SBU of SEV4
J .t : < Pages From Our Past 'Mr J. O. Alvarez has been Pres., of the United Mine Workers, I I'1, r 1 AttfUt: L. PEEK JR ..>.I'i Si, thin Tw..IIM seven (27)) North epee Decree: with. ,""
exceedingly happy this week, It'si I went to Washington to confer W I.. Wall.W iii-i tj mil'til' }lk..J : : ( iif M of Section I Thirty
: e Smith V *
girl his first with President Hanllng/ and Secretaries J. I.. Dart font ((14): ). .ind Northwest Quarter
Compiled fly Ruddy Iiivln. Divine's Sunday Sermon! ," pleade 'Mr, W C. Blanchard, well: Davis and Hoover. DlrcctonRTATF. "if Northwest Quarter NWW of Knight K 'KM
Gl( K.VKS: AGO for unity on this July 4--"Living known at this place, was marriedat The South( not yet reconstructedan COt-NTY op OF FMirunA.HIIADKORD .... NWfe nil In) i-f Township 1<" 'lIon Seven Thirty-five(7) South(36), ,, Attorneys Frank" .V: ri\\ .. (i
soldiers of the North and South I -- unmasked band beat and tarred Sworn to and subscribed befor l
(From the July 2, 1887 Issue of Green Cove Springs last week m.. this eighth day of July, 1947.
ordinatlorat the editor of a Republican that I am not
take new and special I and I hereby certify
The Starko Telegraph), to Mrs. A. M. Gwynn of that newspaper in Orlando. nn officer "'r director of this "A nkSHAD ,.I
this. season. of the year to gar. A .1. Thomas."
On the front page detailed, directions place. We wish them a happy Personals: Clerk. Olriult Court, County of I IlJradford Announcing The Opening
land the sepulchres of your fallen!I journey through life" Slut" of fo'lo'ldl&
for "doing up lace' Astor "Mrs. W. E. Middle ton and I I
t comrades' "Don't forget to attend( the picnic children have returned home after OFVan's
i the health of the ladles, kitch- NO'I'If'H OK KPFrl"l. 91tS'l'Ei4'SSILF1
In the way of advertisements,I at Crosby Lake on the 4th two weeks on the east. coast"
ens should be ventilated because "Dr. Pardon's Remedy", was alleged day of July "Rawson Davis, of Miami, hItS NOTICn li IIIJHCEY; tllVEN that I
"the foul air of the sink and the returned home after short visit under and by virtue of that certiiln
Th editor "Short articles of a
"Rheumatism Scrofula andSalu
; I to cure Final 1 Decree of Foreclosure
odors of cooking bring on many: public interest will be received at the home of his father, J, R mad. and entered on July 31H7 Grocery & Market
salt rheum, neuralgia ringworm the Circuit Court In and
canon of blood pol nnlnl(. Rev and I with pleasure and published, but Davis." for! Bradford In County, "Florida In
$ (? Dr Talmadge, In "The Brooklyn! and all other skin In writing:, write plainly and make "Mrs. O. I.. Beasley save a de- that certain cBiiim therein pending
In which John H. Denmark In Plaintiff Kingsley Lake
t. - - -... - ...I your story all short as possible lightful bridge party Wednesday and Louisa C. Thompimn, aim.
-- - - People do not care to read long. afternoon complimenting her sla known an Louisa Thompson, a
"u '' widow famela. Li Moore and her
NI winded articles. tern, Misses Jeannette and Clara husband, Irwin L. Moore, and Dorothy
"Watermelons are getting cheap, Mae Durden. There were presentMesdames F Thompson, unmarried, are
Defendant, .bring case No 5625, Groceries
} / ? even cheap enough for. newspapermen. E E Canova, J, M\ the undersigned I an Hpeclal Mauler. Meats
r What Is Service ." Mitchell. O. L.. Haynes! A, Z. A<1- appointed, In this cause, will offer
rye. for smile and will Dell at public
2* YEARS AGO kins, E M. Johns, Misses Jean outcry to the highest and bent bidder
( 4 nette and Florence Matthews or bidder fir cash during the Cold DrinksOpen
I (From the July 7, 1922, issue of legal hours of Hale, to-wlt, between
The Bradford County Telegraph), Under the title 'USA, Modernized -I eleven o'clock In the forenoon and
re 'plot'k In afternoon In
two o the
The same old story-In commenton the Telegraph commented front of the South Front door of
In these prohibition day( the Bradford County Court House
the Herri. Ill., labor massacreW.C.T.U.
It Thirsty days hath September, I In the City of Siarke, Florida, on Daily 6 a. m. 9 p.
/ .. 4th August A m.
April, June, and November, I w'r"ltV, :. name d'o'ttrt:: legal aaleg; ;
v, r 1 I ,' / 2ai All the rest are thirsty too, the day property and a rule described day.. of In thin said Court FinalDecree Including Sundays
Unless you make your own Rltuute In Bradford County,
home brew I I Florida, to-wit:
Dr. W. 3. Mayo said at a dinner Northeast Quarter of Northeast
partyl"Gentlemen HF.PORT OK CONDITION OP Quarter (.NK'.4 of NEVi and Cant The Store of Friendly Service"Mr.
KI.OIIIUA BANKr NrtlIKU Half of Northwest Quarter of
It In customary of H..rk. In the. stele of FIrldn Northeast Quarter (E'of" NWVi
Especially Service On Those Precious Eyes to pass around cigar/ after din N, the <*!.... of huMlnm on Junr3q of(33)M, Township''i) of section Elurht Twenty-three((8) South,

Of Yours The Only Eyes You'll Ever ner but I do not do It. I do lair ASSETS! Range Twenty-two ((2J) Kant' containing and Mrs. II. N. Van Vleet
. J not smoke. and] do not approveof Cn"h, l balances with otherhanks And 80 acres, more or lens
9'I Have Inolu <11 In.,. re-
f. i smoking. If you will notice, servo balances, u n d Southwest! Quarter of Southwest
iii// ; the practice I I. going out among each lollHctlnn Item In procvimr 374.678.7S
Harley F. Strong who, having practised in the ablest surgeons, this men at United "HtatBM' Government, -

H ? Atlanta, Ga., for nine years as a registered the smoke.top. No" surgeon can affordto obligations guaranteed, Ulieit und 1.733,124.93ObllKatlona Why Buy Your Gas Tank & Equipment ?

ai : optician is ALONE in STARKE the only pro (The National Voice) subdivisions nf State nndpolitical 233,086,82l.ol1n8
fessional man who can completely fill your and dlnrotmtfl (Including -

.* 4t ; optical prescription, adjust your glasses, repair / > MS.80 overdrafts 168,40937 Sure. Why should you buy any part of It, when your PYROFAX GAS SERIlcj

and service them, thus saving you a trip to other Pttnk 81,340.67 premises, furniture owned and will furnish it all to you complete, including the upkeep of it as long as \nnnJ,
cities. fixture* 13,418.62 0,835.2JOther PYROFAX GAS. PYROFAX GAS SERVICE farther
t assets 1MS40JTOTAL goes even by giving! fOU
contract guaranteeing you gas service at all times, and mind you) this senile
Bring Us Your Prescriptions, ASSETS :"13.631,608.27LI.UIII.IT" i backed by one of the largest organizations of its kind. I
Demand deponlta cif Indl-
and vidiutlM cnrponitloiiH, part nerahipa 1.333.K54.80Tim. Ask any one of our hundreds of users If they have had to do without gas at an
GUARD Those Precious EYES! .. flepoalte of IndlIdiiftla time, even during the emergency periods of the past several winters when otto]
DO NOT under any circumstances allow inexperienced and, tnrporatlnnH, part rnhlpH, 715,800.9] gas services were unable to give service for weeks. And incidentally the prier

r i tinkerers to experiment with your DepoHltH Government of United(Including States has remained the same as before the War in spite of increased costs. I

ti adjustments.WE poHtal savings) 14,696.73Deposits *> Your PYROFAX GAS SERVICE guarantees that you get 100 percent measure\\
of Htatea and
HOWDY FOLKS: To say that yolltl.'ill subdivisions 260,24503 weight. You know what you are getting. Your Pyrofax Gas Service gives you i

I r l; ARE' HERE TO SERVE YOU. a woman uon't keep a nrrrft Other and depnxltn officer(certified check, uniform fuel at all times, free from soot, smoke or odor. No readjustment 0
el In false There are a lot orth..m etn) 16,868.13 burners every time you get rf' new supply.
i/ who won't tell who TOTAf
14 told them. ever Other DEPOSIT liabilities/ |J,341 8,392.67TOTAT. ,455) 81 Our service personnel is especially trained and equipped to render you a servit

( V'' JUST ARRIVED C e T-IABIMTIES (not that is safe and efficient and a trained delivery man works your territory n
You know the English languageIs Inclmltnir, subordinated less than twice each week. Every instal'ation must be a safe installation and acl

Brand New BULOVA something/ you have to use low nltHvatluns) shown be.2347.84818 cording to the code of the NATIONAL BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. louarf

with rare. For example It IM CAPITAL ACC011T protected against damage from negligence or faulty equipment. There is nj
ELGIN GRUEN all right/ to tell a woman that Capital+ 25,000.00 safer way known thap that employed in handling of PYROFAX GAS.
; tlmn stands Htlll when you look Surplus 126,000.00
Into her eyes-but>> : Just: try Undivided Keattrven (and profit retirement 18,34481 Sure. WHY[ SHOULD YOU BUY ANY PART OF IT EXCEPT THE FUEL lOli
j HAMILTON & CORTWATCHES telling her that her face would account for pref erred ACTUALLY BURN, or be satisfied with anything less than PYROFAX CA:
top a clock! capital) 16,416.60TOTAL SERVICE? We invite to make careful
you a comparison point by point. Cal
,, ; COUNTS'CAPITAL AC- us, or see our representative.
Which remind us that we have ,
FOR YOUR SELECTION made time stop for hundredsof LIABILITIES And remember-the expense;involved In ordinary gas installation will pay foil

.. ,. .. .. ., auto. You see, when we Mr.vl..e AND ("API'TAI'" ACCOUNTS $2631.60827- PYROFAX GAS SERVICE a mighty bat time. Get the facts and figure it od,
a car regularly I -'with for yourself.
QThle' bank's
capital con
quality gall and oil and
The.Finest Repair Service In Starke thorough dependable lubrica- lota ohCommon :stock with total

Gifts For All Occasions tion, It: practically, stop grow par value nf |2K.ono.00
> li' 4 MMMOMAIDA .
l leg old. It'll. fact! We Invite AsBeta to pledged secure or liabilitiesand assigned Trenton Hardware & Furniture Co. Inc.
you to drive In and try for other purpone 40A.036 ,
our superior nervlce. I, 8. L. Peek. Jr. Cannier ol
,7,,' the above-named bank, do .olem.nlywear Phone 3391 DISTRIBUTORS Trenton, florida
that the above statement. I.!
Harley F. StrongJEWELER true, and that It fully and correctly -
3 1 fib 1''' tt GULF Washing OIL PRODUCTS Polishing represents the true itate of E. T. SHULL PLUMBING CO., LOCAL AGENT


Temple & Lake SPECIALFOR

Gift Headquarters In Fine Jewelry Service Station SATURDAY The HART FURNITURE
Phone 179 CO.
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28-31 1.85

; 1 i TRUCK Army Heavy ShirtsSz. The Manor House

4 HEADQUARTERS 14-16 1.50

l't; j -.. Hanes Broadcloth '

SHORTS Inner Spring Mattress

WITH.. Sz. 30-31 73c; i Manufactured
.1 Exclusively for The Hart Furniture Company and GUARAN
Hanes TEED for 5 Full Years of SERVICE, at a PRICE SO LOW It Will Shock(

UndershirtsAll You.

-- Sizes 45c
ALSO, We Can GIVE You $5.00 Trade-In Allowance On Your Old Mattress

: .., __ Girls' DRESSES on This MODERN NEW INNERSPRING Unit. See Us TODAY As The
Cz.1.6!' .e 1.25
; -- Supply Is Still Limited.

.f __ Girls' DRESSES

!Sz.'; 6-11 1.50SHOES _
The Price Is

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LOW I All Sizes . 1.25 50

L 1;, : r. OpE. RA1IN ft 2. LONGER 3.1tEAL TR: :d. Ladies 1.75 SHOES 39

L EPENPASI Less $5 For
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..... You get all three with a truck that == Black Stirs 1.25 I 3'i BALANCE

t (fft Girls' Swim Suits
t fits your lob-a ;"flot-ftdted"truck.We l_ AH Wool . 2.50 yr ,4" J t
j- 3450
f l can sell you a truck that fits your job .._ Ladies' Swim Suits

\ selected from 175 basic chassis models ... All Wool 2.50 .

., ; + P-- ranging from light delivery units up to Id11ty Men's Cotton With Small

,' 23OOO-pound 1GV.W.1( ) heavy.duty haulers. .. Bathing Trunks 1.95 Down Payment

I p ONLY DODGE BUILDS orlR.tz.G: : .TJtUCI: <.S .-1 NICK'SBargain Hart F urn. Co. And for you the rest can pay in

I J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS Starke Florida small weekly or

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''j ry L. I'' { l PAGE EIGHT -=-_ I IIn I
:i ;'" -- I Quarter, (S"r' WV4)\ of Section Range Twci,,
I 1'1'q" ,Hood disease." which resulted In the death of "30 the .several l unit'set matl..n forth herein'"the con best I Tweniy-11 t Jdl, Southeast Quarter ."Inlnl160! 14,
I t" < The
;1 I I'erionaln" : to 40 men" "John L Lewis, | ,,f ,In)' knowledge a"l 1 bjUef. ,of Hnuthrnm' Quarter (HE'A! of BE4)it ) <:<.. with mmcan
f'", \i: From Our Past "Mr J. O. Alvarez has bo nexceedingly Pws..'of the United Mine Workers, .", -Au..t t : S. L. (, JR "Hn Hon Tw nty-.even (27 North. Uuciee. Ina'" S'i
Pages I I" 0.I' 'it Northeast Quarter
,1' week it'.. went to to confer I" Wall, stet Quart.
i : .. happy this Washington 'V. NE( of NF:'41 of Sertlon' Thirty +
with President Harding, and Sec w i' smitii four; O4). ami Northwest Quarterof p
t girl, his first ( .
'I. 1>urt' ,
n Northwest 1/1'1',/ "' (NWVi ufN'W'4) I Knight' ,, K''hF"Ank '
Compiled fly Buddy basist '' Divine's Sunday Sermon," pleaded "Mr. W. C. Blanchard well retaries Davis and Hoover FmninA. Directors ) tif 8<' ,tlnn Thlrty-flv. (t6), M. tt .. 6
4. -"Living The South not reconstructedan STATR HHADPonn 118 nil/ In Tounnhlp Seven: (7) South,, Attorneys r,, ,
t tar unity on this July known at this place, was marriedat yet COt'NTY OP before "
BO \ JoU04GO: Sworn to and subscribed
band beat and tarred -
soldiers of the North and South Green Cove Springs last weekto m.. thlH eighth clay of July.. 1 4T.nnil .
(From the July 2, 1887. Issue of ordination the editor of a Republican 1 I hereby. certify that 1 am not, ...
and special
The Starke Telegraph). take new Mrs. A M. Gwynn of that newspaper In Orlando. an officer or director of J this. Thomx5 bank.
A Announcing The
( ut thin season of the year to gar- I (SEAL: ) I Opening
detailed (directions place. We wish them a happy Personals: I Clork Circuit Court. County ofUimlford.
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land the sepulchres of your fallen Journey through life" "Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and Suite of o"'ol'ldl' I
for "doing up lace.! Astor OFVan's
4 irl comrade" "Don't forget to attend the picnic children have returned home after ,
Nts'rEit'se '
;(EIl'elat' !" 'tC'1\I
pI ladies, kitchens ;%
of the
health "
the In the way of advertisements, at Crosby Lake on the 4th) two weeks on the east coast. \I.t
should, be ventilated because al- day of July." "Rawson Davis of Miami, has NOTICE: IS IIKKKBY OIVEN Ih"tIIn..r
"D,'. Pardee's Remedy" was and t by virtue of that certain
rp .f "the foul air of the sink and the "Rheumatism, Scro- The eclltor-"Short articles ot' returned home after a short visit Final Drcn'r of ForerloHure andSulu &
odors of cooking bring on many:/ leged alt to cure rheum neuralgia, ring public interest will be received at the" home of his father, J. R.' 1947: "mode In the and Circuit entered Court on July In and a. Grocery Market
Rev. fula, and but Davis. In
cases of blood polsonlnif.! with pleasure published fur nradfiml County Florida
Dr Talmadge, In "The Brooklyn worm, and all other skin and writing, write plainly and make "Mrs. O. L. Fteasley gave a de- that whli-h rtHln John cause H Denmark therein l I.pendingIn Fliiln-. Kingsley Lake
your story as short as possible lightful bridge party Wednesday tiff and IjOulHa C. ThumpHon alao
do not care to read long afternoon her sisters known an I.nulim Thompson a
People complimenting wlilnw, fmnrla, li Moore and herhusband .....
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I (From the July 7, 1922, Issue ,
The Bradford County Telegrap l' \

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