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: August 8, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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On County Budget I

,For 10 A. M. Thursday, August 14 BRADFORD COUNTY TEIIEGRAIH !

be made at a publicto Commissioner Reddish offered a

be held at 10 a. 'm., motion to restore the assessed Official County Publication Established In

Aug. ". Because of value of the R. A. Green business 18'I
usual "first Monday" property situated on Call, Court, -- .. -.-
''ot could not give and Jackson Streets to the origin. 'OLUltNSI.TY.NL"'IE STARKE. FLORIDA "'KII)."'. AlOf.HT 8, 1947 Nt'MHKR 'OICTY

the Board bud- al value of $25,000 ____ -_ e_ __ e .- -
consfcleratlon to the placed uponIt

.::1 However regular' were meeting several made pleas here by and by upon the Chastain tax vote assessor Reddish offered, Chaatain a Commissioner second- Voters TrounceNoChief I City Excludes Injuries Fatal To Mrs. Crawford, .


f K, that the met large the group Board, of and carried Wynn Harrell by voted majority voted nay.aye vote The; Crawfordand the motion tax Bill Fuel Oil From Three Others Hurt In Auto Collision .

L that all cltll assessor .wan Instructed to restore; I II I

,announced desire to attend will be the original assessed value to J20; ,- At Polls TuesdayVoters I New Utilities Tax \ ) James Hoyt Rotifers, 18-yaar
the Board ; old Utility Man In the Merchant
with Sox Hand
to meet proposed budge 000.The Board authorized hospital ;' I Marine, Is bring held In the county

cuss the treatment for Eugene James Hall of Starke went to the Fuel oil and kerosene were excluded Prison Team jail! hero pending Investigationand

H- : .,... from the five I a coroner's Inquest Into the
-- ---- "IM Dolls Tuesday and registered re- new percentBRADFORD -First LossA
death of Mrs. Annie Ciuwford.

; 63, as the result of Injuries received I
rejuvenated Stnrke Red, Sox
1.\ in an auto colll.lonVed.-
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAJUCK. FLORIDA FRIDAY AVQ17ST I, 1917 team won two games last nrmtuy night at 10:43: at the Intersection -

._________ defeating Raiford State of Walnut Street and
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I 9 to 4 :; and Tenth (Stnte Highway 16)).
lIT roi'HT. IIUAPFORn August 18 194?, In the above name on Saturday

|Y.! FI.OIUI'. I* CHAN.IKlttn Court and, cause, wherein plalntlf: City 3 to 2 on Sunday. Witnesses state that the car
seeks .
divorce. Bradford County Tel
Plaintiff.. vs.. Elmer egraph shall publish this order I In CLASSIFIEDFOR gamed Were played away driven by Rodgers (a new Ford
nut. Case No. 5781 next four weekly issues U-Drlve-lt belonging to the Thrift
Hi PUBLICATION Witness hnnd and home. The win
,; OF t ; my oiricla Saturday
ioTICIS TO APPEAR 3OF alat starl: <., Florida this Cab Co., of Jacksonville) was
JulydFFLCIAL SALn:-SO heltvm. Snnta F. DON'T FOROET_utntnnhlle .
ElnWroK auction <1 a 13-naniB I
to 16. 1941. / winning I
travelling north Walnut Streetat
Stock Farm, on llampton-The- \ on
unknown. evoiy Vecinaairiy 1 p m, atflalnnsvlllA
i Is ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
,it rwiulreil roslui'nce' !' to appear on As Clerk of said Court., ressa Road. 4t 8-8 lluy sell. Livestock Maiket. for the Stable nine and wa a high rate of speed and

(947 'i" the abov, namedd Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. or tf first loss Of the m-ason for crashed Into the side of the automobile
"ai' wherein plain. Green & Croon, Stance Fla. FOR 8ALR-Mlaalonnry strawberry
dlv, rirndford County Attys. for Plf. 7.18 4t 8-8 plants. H. W. ullNHon; 1V& ml.vast fOR, RENT-I-room modern fur- State pitching ace Lefty Kl-' driven by Lacy Sllcox., at
.h .hall publish this Order of Starke and V. IoU south oflilanding nlHhiMl 1 cnttaite. Has ices stove, the Intersection in front ofGreen's
rur weekly Issues.m highway. utp 8-1 elaftrlo refrigerator, Also large Big Jim Godwin, Starke
Store. Mr. Silcox and
t hind and official 'N ciBcuiT; cotHT. Dn"PFonn fuiMilxhed, cabin to rent Hit ]
'itarke Florida. this July ('''11 N'I'Y. FI.OH1UA N CHAN FOR SALK OR TRADE FOR CATTLE Toinpla Ave., 1'liono 181 Adults pitched brilliant bull family, returning from service at
CEIIY.Frank: only. tt the Sox. giving up seven hits, the .
OH HOdS-3 ftadille horses.Hanta iingsleyLake Baptist Church
I. SEA I.) A. J. Thomasof Kdward Kenlston PlaIntiff,
\ ,
Fe Stock Farm on Hamp.tonThere.e. was never In serious trouble
said Court. vat Betty Mae Kenlston Defondan .. were driving west along Tenth
C Conner D. C. Case No. 5409.ORDElt Rood. 4t H-8 FOR SALE In the Hecoml, Inning when St.
Starke, Fla. OP1 'I
rrymnn.Plf 7-11 4t 8-1 NOTICE! TO APPEAR FOR SALE ready-to Strawberry set now. plants.Home Lester. ONH CONCRETE mOCK HOUSW! gave up three hits and two Mrs. Crawford tiled of her Injuries

-. STATE! OH1 FLORIDA to: Betty J PrevaIl, Rt. 8, box U1-A, for salo. Kas I apartments, I ". The SilK fielding wax. er 2
Mae Kenlston, whose residence IH: baths.. Completely. reflnlshnd. a. m. In the Shady.crust *
IIRAPFORnW' Utarke! 2tp 7-25 In NpttS,
c'oritT. seven being
: errors
i lIT IN CHAN 1223 Lee Street. Apartment 4H, Also a WAREHOUSES for sale Hospital, Starke. Other
FLOHIDA. Charleston West Virginia. FREE! : Scrap lumber. Uood wood. but the errors wore' al
FOR SALE-pue..to Rico sweet potato passengers In the Sllcox car worehoHpltallzed
Plaintiff You are required to appear on Free for haulingLUHHKIti '.
|nOK. 4VS. Roy August 18.' 1947, in the vine Santa Fe stock Farm. : erased by double I.IIIYII. and .
leA not
laS laO h8. Ix critically Injured
I ffnclunt. Case No. 5790. Court and cause, wherein; I'a.nm: on Hniiipton-Tlleresna Road 4t 8-8 1!, 160-170: Windows complete; '. good' pitching: perform Silcox'an"

:R; OK PtlBLlCATlON APPJDAR seeks divorce. Bradford CountTelegraph ) PlumbingFitting's I ; \V4 In. Fly Wood: The Sox garnered ten hits were Mra Lacy
t"oF TO to Roy shall publish this Order FOR YOUR CAR we have a new Steam Rollers; Cast Iron Radiators; ;i tliuifihter. Jo Ann, and 14-year-'
; FLORIDA : In next four weekly Issues.Witness PHILCO auto radial. Immediate Pine Flooring: Hook Shelves. the offering of Lefty Elling old I
tnu residence Is unknown.re Mao Home of
my hand and official seal Installation. A. low as 143.60. FiNISh LIMKI White Cement and combined with Klnjrs-
required' to attove appear namedcause on at Starke, Florida, this July 11, SHEPHERD RADIO SERVICE! Olass Block lnjv. Rooting: Sand. faulty land Ga., who .In spending tho ,
1947 In the Starke.. fielding scored almost at
1947. Court at Madison streets, ALSO Concrete Pipe; ConcreteBlocks
|,1 wherein plaintiff (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.'ThomasAs U all slsest pipe, step stones, summer horn with her uncle and]
,ivorce. Bradford this County Clerk of said Court. house piers, floor; Cement l Rock, will.The aunt Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thomas.[
Ih shall publish Order C. Conner, D. C. Mortar Mix Steel Windows: Paint Sox were off to a gOUlI {
((four weekly Issues. :rveolJle Anderson, Green Cove LIST YOUR FAKM CITY AND Oil and Block Paint: Concrete Floor Rodgcrs, whrme home U llartsvlll -
it my hand and official Springs Florida.Attys. PROPERTY complete Dump Truck In the first Inning when the
BUSINESS ; hauling .
*, S. C. Mated that he was.
[Starke, Floridathis July ,. for Plf. 7-18 4t 8-8 One Mkll-Saw new. two men. to face Ellington
LOT FOR HAI.KI 121111 $00 driving back to Jacksonville! to I
LL SEAL A. J. Thomas. QSTROUT up Kessler and Carson
) Uulger
dawn |20 In city limits. i
mo. board
his ship, thn EMit!: Charleston
I Court.
ct said i.v: nncriT cornr nit.\nmnnroi 11:\I'1R'I. c'O\'i'H\-I"INIInilAltFOIIll \Vallllc Solano, Sox Man
lip C. Conner. D. C. '\Tr, FI.OItlKAl IM CHANCEHY. SEl.I.5 ItitlIL F.'II( HJMU-ill\" : CO.J. a tanker which wu.t scheduled t
>C Landrum Starke. 7-11, Fla.4t 8-1 ; J tSTA'IioI. ; I..r''... lOdwsnlK l'hne III then singled. to dorp right to sail\ at I 6 a. m.. Thursday
Plf. Vivian Joy Lee Plaintiff vs (irog4os$ N,1virtieer 0' rosa.fry to score them. The Sox :
morning. Ills
James F. Lee, Defendant. Case No. property. Ifss made over TWO MOTOR ROUTES for Jacksonville three hits, three Stat companion Richard
OF Ci'F:CIII MASTER'S 6850. ozone salfH, of Unities fr'armsArrAr Journal open out of Schuster alHi'> a Merchant Marine. ,
,, \I..) ORDER OK PUBLICATION *. nvrerfi from nil over the Starke, with car allowance. Con. and a sacrifice bunt to.core was not Injured and continued t
; IS HEHEET OIVEN that AND NOTIfE TO APPEAR World. free apes Uwtlns.; tact J. H. Nix.. Lawtey. It ; \ four runs In the third In on
pi I by virtue of that certain STATE OF FLORIDA to: James REALTY AGENCYRepresented I to Jacksonville. Rodgers sustained -' ,
'roe or Foreclosure and F. Lee, whose residence and address A. STROUT FOR ItENT-4-room cnttna-ps un- anil, two walks, and error,, only minor cut and bruises.Mark \. I
pi* and entered on July 8, last known I. % S. I. U. Hall, Locally Hy ftirnlMhvd or furnished.. limits reduced. wild pitches and sharp slngt I ,
[ the Circuit Court In and 51 Heaver St., New York N. T. .. Apply Peterson's 1".lry.III I on the pavement Indicated
Iford County Florida In You are required to appear onor F. C. HOLLINOSWOUTII ark... Itp by Jim Godwin produced three '
tin CRUMB therein pendingI before September 1st 1947. In 116 So. Walnut St. In the fifth. that/ Rodgers started applying his
I II. Denmark Is Plaln- the above named Court and cause WANTED: Customers for home | brake about 90 feet form the ,
I Louisa C. Thompson, also wherein plaintiff seeks divorce laundry service. Very renxonabla.Mrs. Dick Kessler Sox third sacker
Bradford County Telegraph shall i Fiorrle Durham, ,, Lnwtov, Intersection but could not stop In
k* Louisa Thompson, a MATTRESSES of all kinds renovated -
Solano led Stark.
limela L Moor! and her publish thin Order in next four ; furniture, upholstered and Fla. Itp the hitters, time 'to, avoid the collision t

J Irwin L. Moore, and DorIThompaon weekly Issues. roflnlshed. Drop.... a card t getting two' hits. -f
unmarried area Witness my hand and official .seal MATTRESS CO., tos FOR 8AI.E-F."ulpnwnt. fixtures, '
being; case No. (625 at Stark Florida this 28th of 130. Palatka. Fla. tt .stock goodwill and name, A A A ; : i The So'trs's4e4tips. City Publi *lnvited f.-- :I'fr ,I \
V'lgned as Special Master Julv. 1947, Luncheonette adjacent to Park Sunday and. defeated a strong ,
1 In this cause, will offer (OFFICIAL 'SEAL) A. t. Thomas Theatr. Kara-aln. lip ; .
all lines:
INSURANCE I write Dixie nine 3 to 2. To
County The
and will sell at publicthe As Clerk of said Court. and Sunday Program '
highest and best bid- John J. Henderson, Esq.. Solicitor fire, automobile.for your liability insurance APARTMENT FOR RENT. I I was a pitching duel twtwern
See me rooms
Hairs, for cash .durin, thee for Plaintiff. 8-1 4t 8-2 life.needs. N. D. WalnwMuht, Jr., 131 furnished, and redecorated, ; gas l Keene and Cross City At New S. A. CampTh {
j of sale, to-wlt between East Call street Phone 184. tf stove, private bath.-Sid U.! Mad I
lock In the forenoon and Ruth. Keen* allowed only -
i''ok In the afternoon in IM cincriT; COURT IIn"PFonn CONSULT S. P. ROWELL, Spirituallst liP I I three hits, walked one man public I la cordially Invitedto
toe South Front door of and Healer state
J'ord' County' Court House, (;.:n v. and: County licenses. I tell you. WANTED-Experienced saleslady.Olve I bit two others while the Sox an old-fashlond "camp->mt- ,
lny, of Htarke, Florida. on Dolly Unlmae West WrIght Plaintiff On Luther Clark place 3 ml. N. references and family status.Answer Kr1IM'I: reaching Ruth for six: hits, lng' to be held at the new SalvaUnn -
lili is 4th day of August, A. vs. Bernard LutherV..III"bt. of Htarke on Hd. SOD' Look for XYZ Box 431, ttturke. It BedfordLake
(he lame being a legal sales Defendant, Case No. 6HOO. sign tf p to 6-87 Starke. hip 8-13 i nd five walks t Army Camp on
1 rule day of this Courtty ORDER OF PUBLICATION near Keystone Heights, Sunday -
: described t In said I.'inafl'Urit i AND NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE! NO. SIMS' I : The fiDe fielding of the Sox 3
< In Bradford County BTATI3 OF FLORIDA to: Mr BFPonn THIPI.OHIIH R"II1140'0 .- All of said property being In the \ saved the day for Keene afternoon beginning ,at ,
10.,1: Bernard I.utherVrlB'ht., whose residence HI'line VTILI'F1E'4Toll County of Bradford State of Flor. o'clock.
L-t guarter of Northeast and address i U 1806 2nd In the last Inning with the
| such certificate
Northwest!, Quarter oft You are required to appear on the hearings previously set for Unless or certlfTcates brass bands and there will be
10-09 A. ,
of t Hectlon Twenty-three Court and cause, wherein pln.ntlf: 1947.: at Jacksonville to law the property described the two errors committed the good preaching and singing. Brig. .. I
'nnhlp Eight (8) South seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelRftrnph ; orrJ'I'.leot": : ; In such certificate or certificates Ernest Pickering of Jacksonville
i'oilt(' twn ((82) East oon. shall publlnh this OrderIn will be sold to the blithest bidderat roan walked. lake Harris
""u're.i more or less.Quarter next four weekly Issues. matters DOCKET NO. 20H1 MC Applicationof the court house door on the .. City catcher then doubled i divisional commander of the Sal
Witness my hand and official ; O Strickland, Starke, first Monday In month of September vation Army, will be one of the
f' of Southwest seal at Starke, Florida, this July Florida Clayton for Certificate of Public 11147. which Is the let day of I center fluid to score one run ,
V'n'' >' SW%) of Section 11. 1941. Convenience( and Necessityairth- Mrtitember, 1IH7.rmte.l place the tying and winning main speaker
M) Southeast Quarter OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas the transportation of pas. this SO day of July, 1941. The to
orlslno third and second base new camp was opened
iw. yu-irter (SKV, of 8EVJ) As ClArk of said Court. between Stark: and CampIlliimllnK oFFICIAL 8KAL) A. J. Thomas, on ,
l Twnty-saven (27) North- Sty Lucille C. Conner D. C. and between Stark I Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford.County ith no outs. The next two men the public with ceremonies Thursday -
rlfi, .' Northeast Quarter T. Frank I.andrum, Starke, Fla. serving the Florida. 8-1 41 8-2 and 200 ,
for Plf. 7-18 4t 8-8 and. Ralford.. flats j then flied to George Kenls incenterfield around young people
NEi.j nf Section Thirty.nd Atty. Prison Farm over State HlnhWfty i -
from Florida Georgia and South
Northwest Quarter No. 16 operations between and Jerome John In '
'I'was; Quarter, (NWV4\ of ciBrrir cot nr. nnAwnnn Htarke and Ralfnrd serving Htste IV CllltllT. FI.UIIIIIAI tot icr. 1IU4IIPOHIIrniri. iv CIIA.f1nr. %. .- right respectively. Accurate pegs Carolina are now enjoying the
Section .
conducted onDOCKKT
Thirty-five KI.OIIIOAI IN CIIA1 Prison Farm to b I
c-oI'i'ry. .
: facilities offered thr Adjutant
'wnshlp Seven (7) South Snn"Av* .nly. to the plate In both Instances
C.11IV. Plaintiff
Rose vs.
"0 ,Hi! :wo (22) East con- Leonard Kerley Plaintiff vs. Mary NO. 2283: MC Applicationof Joseph, Forester Forester, Losf.ndant... held the runners In check and the C. W. Jayne .U director of the
w icrns. more or less. Well Kerley .Defendant. Case No. Wallace .Tames Carson, d-h.a 'lfarJio.I:
)( sold In aerord- 5118. Htarke City Trnnslt Starke Florida : OIlIII'PIIH'I.I 6843./ A'I'rON third out was another fly tIt.John. Camp.

and f satisfy said Final ORDER OF PUBLICATION for Certificate of Public AN1 NOTIl'K' TO APFUAHBTATI3 to end the came and the

Oeo. L. Fatten 8TATB AND NOTICE OP FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Mary Convenience the and transportation Necessity authjorlslnw n. Forester! OF, whose r'l.OIUDA residence toi: Emory Is: :% Cross City threat. Dick K.s..lr R. R. Board To Hear

As Special Master. whose residence IsWllksboro : between Btarke and Qreenvllle the Sox and Jake Harris for
!; Veil Kerley pnssenners Carolina Hotel Court Street. -
r'h. 'Valrath : and between
& Pegu.s North Carolina. Klmrnlry Lnke, Florida, Month! Carolina. Local ApplicantsIn
)'airnlh. J. You are required to appear on Starke and the State You are required. to appear on Cross City nine were the
for r'lalntlff. 7.11 4t 8-1 August 8. 1947. In the above name, Prison Farm over State IIIsh.; September 1, 1947, In the ahov.n..ma,1 u leading hitters, each getting two Gainesville
Court and cause. wherein' plaintiff' No. U. Court and cause wherein I
IIIT rornr. nnAnronn seeks Bradford County heW end the same are, hereby po..t."on"1 Plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford. \ ;
I*. ri.Olllnv. Ii'd: CMANl' Telegraph Shall publish this. OrderIn and changed.; to, .:-oo .t.P. the M.acna' ,. County Telegraph shah publish this hits.At this writing a game In Hearing upon application or
U 1947.
'issues.Witness August
next four weekly Wednesday Order In next four weekly Ismies. !
'"nn, vs. Llllla my hand and offieiaiesalat court house, Witness my hand and official ; for this Sunday I.* not Clayton O. Strickland and the
; ;
I'Vs PIBlntlffb
,:)\;01" PtTl-ICATTON' ''nFFIlIAL SEAL A. J. Thoma. and erested place will you he given an oppor. 21.(OFFICIAL 1847. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, dates with Cross City. Every effort by the Florida Railroad and! Pub

INOTICH TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court. tunlty fo> he fully heard. Pa- As Clerk of iii'il Court. Is being made to arrange a lic Utilities Commission at the
of the
FLOKIDA C. Conner. DC. WITNESS: the hand K. Skipper, Law Exchange
Lllllen Lucille
Of to: By Florida Joseph courthouse In Qalnesvlll. Wednesday -
apann, whose residences if. Starke Fla. ecutlve Secretary. of the HlUaJacksonville, Fla ame. for Sunday.
"< li unknown.; tt7. tOprt.. 7-1 *- Railroad at Publla Tallsh.-) Utilities. Florida Com- Atty. fur t Plf. 8H I-JJ Aug.' IS, at 3 p. m. 1

S 1917 requi4< \In: the to above appear named on ; this ml..lon.. 30h day of ,I u''V'BRAnr.FT. Lions To Move The hearing were previously

'' tsuiie, wherein plaintiff IN cinrriT cnrn'I' nAnrnnnCO r. .w imrrrr COt'hhl'. niiAi>rmii) scheduled to be held In Jackson*

[ 'roKradford. County !'MTV. FI.OHIUA. IM CHAMLetandY : tt -Executive Secr.tary.NOTICE i.iCitY.-in 5-:..y.-. -.._...__iitiuAi____H IV: .. CIIAV-- : To Catholic CenterA. vllle\ on August 11, but wer.'poet.
f.a this Order .
t weekly publish Issues. ; : P. Rogers Plaintiff' ". 01* 4PPf.I"T'O'! FOR David .V. Hilton Sr.. Plaintiff vs.Lmilse poned and the location changed. '
f' toy hand and official Defendant. Case TIT: DEEDitoa' W. Milton Defendant. Case B. Baker president of the .
Mildred5Rogers BIII "Vs. IBISNITI'I' Strickland 1 i. applying for a certificate
(lark. Florida this July ",,,. ORDER OF PUBLTCATIOi'ANI ] lot HEHKBr ol VEV. that NI>. D 54.CltDER. OF PTTTO.TPATIOVANO Stark. Lions Club. announced to transport passengersbetween

1 L SEAt) A. 3. Thomas. > NOTICI TO APPEARSTATE ]M. F. Wls-a-lns. the holderof<< filed said thefollowing NOTICE TO APPBAK yesterday that St. Edward'sCathode landing I
nf Mildred certificates has Stark and] Camp
said Court. OF FLORIDA to: STATE OF FLORIDA tom LouiseW.
heIssued offered
C. Conner, D. C. loners, whose residence Is Un- certificates for a tax The deed certificate to Hilton whose residence la un- Church has and betw.*n Starke and the
Le" idrum, Starke, Fla. thereon. known. organization the use of the church
"known. thedescription The
on of Issuance State Prison on Sundays.
appear numbers years on
It. to
7-11 41 81IT are l het'.b: named I the prop.rt and You are required appear recreation building as a regular
August: It .1941. In of assessed September' 1, 147 In thai above City Transit has requested authority
and "' plaintiff I the names In which It was named Court and ca_. wherein meeting place for the civic club.
COURT n&OrORO Court dlvoV" BWr.5ford CountyTelegraph : are all follows' : plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford to transport passengers between *
r. seeks I. the
of to
FLORIDA Order No. IIT..r "W are very grateful
IN CRANP shall publish this Certificate -. 1548.Description County Telegraph. shall publish thisOrrior Stark. and Klngslay Lake
issuec.Witness guance June 1 A. In four weekly Issues. for its kind hospitality -
weekly next Church
four 5. 4.S. Catholic
Dill\ Plaintiff. T.. 1 In next band< and officialseal ott Property Lots Witness: my hand and official seal and betW.1Sta..ke and the State .
.III, efendant.. Case No. at Stark.. Florida this July I. e. III It. II of ml t. 1 8,.5.LoU Rlk at tlt.r.... Florida, this July 10. \ ," Baker stated yesterday. Prison. ,
Bik 1 i a Lots
I. 4. of 1941. recreation building 1 I. well .
It 0 of111k
!LSJ ,PU1JLICATION 10. A. J. Thomas.As 25. f..Of t oi Rlk II Lot lie. (OFr-ITAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
) excel-
SEAL River '
OFFICIAL of New and will make an
TO APPEAR ( St Town equipped
ft)r FLORIDA to: Oracle Clerk of said Court. U I 14 Township 6 South Range J.As liJ.x.r'.fac..11..Cu.: .Excbanc;; Bldg.Jacksonville. meeting place for our organ Mrs. Jessie Young ,

"hole r..t.n". la 1101 Anf.:rn.non.rdsen/ CoveSprings 2" Ea&rt. I Fla .
}SkeW PorJohnnU "
"". Dr., Rocicy River ; Pla.Allis. .. In which. assessed Allen Atty. for I'll. .! U12 Named SupervisorOf

1 "quired to appear on for Flf. 7-11 U I-I tar Estate.am : The Lions Club originally met County Schools

Avery Inn. and later In the

I Woman's Club but moved to the Mfi. Jessie L. Young has' been

usa when the Woman's Club named supervisor of Bradford .

Chapman. }*:>. ", aoon. Winners Warned changed Its policy concerning Schools Mrs
-,. County succeeding
-.m- -
--- Boomtown
ye. the
the Newsome farm. Th Ga. Buck Gamble. contest .' organization using T, U. Osborn who was appointed
be In the baby
will Winners
130 _
:1 WIll Kid W-lta, building.A. of BHS ef-
: principal
Include five large Record Day For Bus sponsored last week by the American elementary

emblazoned with multl- ready to go again. 138. Legion! In connection with Its .1. Thomas, president of the lectlv July 1.

birners. carrying the Wallace J. Carson. owner of The Puerto Rican Ramlret. Injuries MComapoppln" show were: King Stark Chamber of Commerce, Mr*. Young come to Starke .

na Implements. ComO the Starka City Transit reports wilt fight If recovered from Melvin ChUdre; Queen Gloria. .. guest speaker at the Lion's from Jacksonville where she '

fiCiaJ\ will enjoyed its to W- left foot. Monday night asking for thehelp
and guests that the 110W bu., line Rae Bell; Prln****. Elaine Gil- taught In Duval County schools '
I Private cars. to date last Saturday Results of \lJt Friday's bouts Heal Phillips.The of the Lion In formulating
best 'day hooly:; Prince.
| '> one Of a serIes of Farm- when It transported 268 paJ.eng were: Chapman lIMIt by TKO In the Legion realized around $SO 1 Chamber's new program ofwork. for a number. of years. Previousto .

1 demonstrations. Others Its established\ runs. fourth round to Thomas. Peavy. I that she was attendance: ) supervisor -
I over and the two
'.Tuetday at the Jo Jones era 148. JacuonvlUe! "rotelonal from the contest Tlv- first meeting lith..wlocatiom In Alabama'fortir" *r'jr-afsvand
of Cornzapoppln"
Ltic Butler; Wednesday at LInda Wharton of HOIPton. Charlie MorTisUlL.l3' protesalonal, performances for I[ : wilt be held Monday night holds S' Jofl lltft'. l>gr from
Mra. win be used
'rman: Lone farm. HUn! Texas IaJ visiting her son-ln-IaJ". lost by KO 'in'U>. third round to charity.TIle money I 8 o'clock. the University of J'lortda.flearing .
L Mid Thurkday at UM"Arthur and daughter BMl-c and Kid WelL

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for 10 A. M. Thursday, August l 14 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR1PH: !

!consideration proposed of the 1947-4,8 coun-, 'Street fused. property, which was re-

',oppln! made at a public Commissioner Reddish offered a
be held at 10 a. 'm., motion to restore the assessed Official County Publication Established In 1877

.10 pug, I*. Because of value of the R. A. Green business

y 1, usual "first Monday" property situated on Call, Court -- - --- u .. I
of Board could not give and Jackson Streets to the origin \'OLUM.'Il-SI\TY-NINE: 8TABKE.!: FLORIDA,.'KIIU'MT 8. 1047 NUMBER! FORTY
consfderatlon to the bud- al value of $2 .OOO placed upon -- --- -- - -

,:regular However,meeting several pleas here ,' I It by the Chastain tax assessor offered a Commissioner second Voters Trounce I Rites WednesdayFor I Injuries Fatal To Mrs. Crawford I

Lnomy, were made by and upon vote Reddish, Chastain,, I Babe Douglass I

; that,In the met large the groupofa Board and, Wynn Harrell voted voted nay.aye The; Crawfordand motion No-Chief Bill K. S. Matthews and G. L Pat- Three Others Hurt In Auto CollisionRed

carried by majority. vote, the tax ten were In Lake City Wednesday

announced that all cltl1 assessor .was Instructed to restore afternoon to attend! funeral services -
1 :. to attend will be the original assessed value to $2:.,. At Polls TuesdayVoters James Hoyt Rodgers 18-yoar-
desire Board I for W B. (Babe) Douglas, old Utility \Man In the Merchant
with the
to meet proposed budges/ 000.The Board authorized Hospital chairman of the Florida State Sox Hand Marine la being held In the county

:UM the treatment for Eugene James Hall, of Starke went to the Railroad and Public Utilities Com- State Prison Team Jail here. pending Investigationand

U. minutes of the a two-year-old child. polls Tuesday and registered resounding t mission, who died of a heart" at- ItsFirst LossA n coroner's Inquest Into the
sing are !! death of Mrs. Annie Crawford.
L (here, Monday: Due to the Increase In price of disapproval of a Council- tack Monday while driving his I
: 67: as the result of Injuries re-
of County Commls- the Koehrlng Dragline heretofore sponsored act I car near Crawfordvlllo. rejuvenated Starko Red I Sox
ward apeclaf Legislative celved In an auto collision Wednesday -
of Bradford County. Floral I ordered from the Florida Equip providing for abolishing the officeof Douglas, one of the widest\ ball team won two games taut night at 10:49: at the In-
10 a. m. Monday. Aug. : ment Co., the order was cancelled, l known public officials In Florida, l
t Chief of Police of Starke. weekend defeating Ralford State section' of Walnut Street and
members of Arnett Thomp-
the following Application was a native of Starke However Farm 9 to 4 on Saturday and! Tenth (State Highway 16)) I
M O. Harrell, chairman; kina and Joe Noegel for retail The vote was 250 against ratification his parents moved to Lake City .
Irtish. E. L. Crawford J. beer dealer's license and applica of the act and only 27 when he was only three monthsold Cross City 3 to 2 on Sunday. Witnesses state that the car

and T C. Chastain. tion of William JKronenberger: for In favor of ratification.As and he had made his hometheie I Both games were played away driven by Rodgers (a new Font
n U-nrlve-U to the Thrift
reading of the minutes transfer of reed beer dealer's originally drawn up by the ever since He served 16 from home The Saturday win
I Cab Co., of Jacksonville" ) was
man announced that if license were each approved.L. Council for Introduction In the years as sheriff of Columbia snapped a 13-Kani winning travelling north on Walnut Street t
owners or agentserty L. Patterson of the Micro Legislature, the act called for I County before his election to the
ere any streak for the State nine and was, at a high rate of speed. and
In Bradford County Recording Co., of Ocala made the termination of the office of chief state board: He was 62 years of
the first loss of the season for, crashed Into the aide of the automobile -
objections Board a proposition to make a of without referendum
U to make any police age. driven Sllcox
by Lacy at
Lie values of lands and/or film recording of the county rec However Rep. N. D. Wainwright,, the State pitching ace Lefty El- tho Intersection In front of

Ll I property as fixed by the ords, and to store: the film In a Jr., in Introducing the measure, lington. Big Jim Godwin Starke Green's Store. Mr. Silcox and t

lAwessor of Taxes and ac- fireproof vault other than the one stated that he was unwilling to Judge Denies righthander pitched brilliant ball family, returning from service at

by the Board on the 1947 In the county courthouse for an pass it through the House withouta for the Sox giving up seven. hits the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
estimated cost of 369477. It referendum clause allowing the and, was never In serious trouble
'I I were driving west along Tenth
Green requested the Boardnd was explained that this Is a new voter of Starke to express their Andrews Motion except in the second, Inning when St. t

,, Its action of July 14 method of preserving the county wishes in the matter. he gave up three hits and two Mrs. Crawford died of her Injuries
related to a reduction records In case of (Ire. The mat- Members of the Council advocated runs The Box fielding wan er .
;m it For New Trial at 2 a. m. In the Shady-
ter was laid over for further con- ratio In spots
assessed valuation on his the act as an "economymeasure" seven errors being I'r..st Hospital, stnrkx. OtherpnaHengers

BM By unanimous vote the sideration.The while opponents of the committed but the errors were al In tile Sllcox car were t

H-.,tnred, the former aasess- clerk reported that George legislation proclaimed tnat it I A new trial for Rudolph Andrews ways erased by double plays, andGodwln'a hospitalized, but not critically Injured -

Kof $3,000.laudc A. Hayes an aged county pauper would concentrate too much power convicted of the shotgun good, pltt'htnaporfurm- wore Mm, Lacy Pllcox and
\ Crews then request- died July 17 and that his body In the Council who would have te murder of his brother-in-law Car- ance. The fluxtarner..d/\ ten hits daughter Jo Ann and, 14-year- !

,diction In the assessed was burled In the Santa Fe Cemetery delegate someone with the auth-- I lyle Hitch, was denied" in the Ala- off,the and offering combined of with Lefty Ellington old Annie Mao Horne of 1 Kings-:

paced: upon her Walnut near Hampton. ority heretofore vested In the I chua County Circuit Court yesterday faulty land, Ga., who la spending the
State fielding scored almost at
I Chief. afternoon by Judge A Z. summer" hors with her uncle and,

Adklns.! will.The aunt. Mr and Mrs! it. L. Thomas.'
Farmall "Cub"e Prison Chaplain I Sox were off to a lron.1stal.t
Andrews was thereupon 'urnlcnc- Rodgers whose' home Is Hart< I
Demonstrated Discusses Social City Candidates I ed to life Imprisonment\ the In the first Inning when the vllle S. C., stated that he was
I man-I first two men, to face Ellington, I ,
datory sentence provided ; driving back to Jacksonville to
Aspects of System"The Dick Kessler and Canon
Jay Afternoon the Jury's verdict" of "guilty of; Golgo board his ship] the Knno Charleston -

Social Needs of Tomer Enter ArenaDon murder In the first degree" will walked.. Wallace. Solano, Sox Manager a tanker, which wall scheduled t'
Starke vicinitya then \ to rlnh
era in the mingled deep
Correctional System" was a recommendation of mercy. to sail at 0 a, m., Thursday
field demonstration of row's field to score them The Sox
of Chaplain Les Shepherd'a I The mutton for a new trail wall morning HU companion Richard
the subject
tractor and combined three hits three SLate
Farmall Cub ,
L. Hoover, who has previously Schunt also .
Merchant L
meeting made by Andrews' attorneys, Zacl a Marine
Interna- talk at the regular and sacrifice bunt to '
new line of errors, a .
I'ete Council
served on the City was not Injured and continued
last of Gainesville and, Once on ,
Harvester Implements at 2 of the Starke Rotary score four runs In the third Inning -
out thai of Starke Tuesday paid his qualIfying & Green of Starke upon ground to Jacksonville Koilgers sustain- I1
Monday' August 11 at the Wednesday. Pointing fees and bee am. a candidate evidence did not warrant and two walks and error, ed only minor cuts and bruises. j Ik
commitments that the )
of -
|N'ewsome farm, one mile the post war Increase ( two wild pitches and sharp single
for Mayor In the approachIng -,
had found Florida unpre a verdict of first degree murdet Marks on the pavement Indicated |
Jackson- Jim Godwin threi
of Starke on the by produced
Election. '
Jiglmay' It was announced pared to handle the large number September City The shooting took' place on June runs In the fifth. that Rodgers started applying his
being sent : 14 at Santa Fe Lake. brakes about 90 feet form the >it':
Uy by Quinn R., Barton of youthful W, E. (Eb) Thornton. who haa' : Dick Kessler, Sox third sack Intersection but could not atop In
mt of the Quinn R. Barton to penal Institutions, Shepherd expressed served a total of 21 years on the ; and Solano led the Starke hitter: time to, avoid the collision.\ I;

llackaonviUe International, commendation of the plan. city police force announced yesterday Dr. J. C. Richarde each getting tw vhlt"., I -4 ,

to establish a first offenders. ; in- that he writ be candidate. ,, Buried Here: Sunday LThe Sox-trswcie-.Cross) -Cit: ; vit f '- .. ,'I Ii. i.

anon .xtsgliQa tonal sytuUon\! Inthe, nearer tuve o7 for .the. office of'Chief', of Polio Sunday and defeated a stroni,I Public) .,
on for every'farrnel In I Speaking for to pomt; view I In the, September City Election Funeral services for" Dr. John Dixie County l nine 3 to 2. ,Thll'' To 'Sunday Program '

d County to attend. ,Coyjnd. I of "a student of correctional process The present Chief A. L. Alvarez : Charles Richard, Sg. retired den game was a pitchingduel: betweei
president,' of Florida a citizen of Florida and a will retire on pension I In ttst were held here Sunday "tft Jake Keene and Cross Cltj I At New S. A. CampThe 'f

[and Equipment Co., and A. State Institutional chaplain", Rev September."I ernoon at 3 o'clock\ In the DeWlt chunker Ruth. Keen*t allowed
f.tr, vice-president of the Shepherd< 'stated that develop feel that I am well qualifier C. Jones Chapel with the Rev Iy three hits' walked one CJn-1 public I I. cordially Invited I

Company will attend this ments In Florida correctional work for the job In view of my many W. J. Churchwell. pastor of the and bit two others while the Sox; to an old-faahloned "camp I meetIng" I
itratlon as will three rep- must Include attention to adequate years of experience on the force" charIty"I: First Methodist Church official were reaching Ruth for six hits, to be held at the new Salvation -

ilves of the Jacksonville Institutional plant. and Thornton stated. and five walk. Army Camp on Bedford
of of ing.Dr. Lake near Keystone Heights, Sunday
International programs
office of careful planning
of Starke
Richarde: a native The fine fielding of the Soi
!er. They are Wilson character-training activities for City Clerk Carl Johns announced died Friday, Aug. 1, in the Medical nine saved the day for Keen afternoon beginning ,at 3 '

assistant branch manager; the Incarcerated. "Of even greater yesterday that he will be a College of Virginia Hospita when In the last Inning with the o'clock

Bertschi sales promotion Importance than adequate plane candidate for re-election In Uu. In Richmond Va. He was a rest Sox leading, 3 to 1 the first mat Music will be provided by two l
the chaplain con brass bands, and there will be
and Howard Wood and facilities"
r. City Election of September. dent of Miami and was vlsltlnf to face him reached first on om
!II. tinued. "13 the need of a plan for his daughter Mrs. Catherine. R of the two errors committed the rood preaching and singing.: Brig. j

Experts On nand''W training Institutional personnel. C. A Knight announced this Martin In Richmond w h. n next man walked. Jake Harris, Ernest i Pickering of Jacksonville\ ,
of ten experts will give There must be a large body of week that he will be a candidate stricken.Dr. Cross City catcher then doubledto divisional commander of the Salvation '
Wunstratlons.! Five trac- men encouraged and equipped to of D. AjMonteith Army will be one of the.
for the unexplred term Richard was born m Stark center field to score one rut
>d five sets of implements make a career of correctional I Council ol main speakers ,
I on the City on August 14 1864, the son of the and place the tying and winning
available so that every work". Starke. Monteith.whC) moved tc late John C. and Mary Morgan runs on third and second base, The new camp was) opened to t

ill have an opportunity tone Speaking of the value of spirit- Eustis several months ago, recently Richarde, prominent pioneer set wIth no outs. The next two men the public with ceremonies Thursday
of the new small low- ual activities and, religious Instruction resigned effective Sept. 30. tiers of Bradford County. When' then flied to George KenU Ircenterfleld and around 200 young people

mall Cubs with the com- In helping prisoners to- Mr. Knight has previously served a young man he was engaged: It and Jerome Jonas U from' Florida Georgia, and South .'

ne of matched Implements. ward rehabilitation, C h a plain as a member of the Council. the mercantile business. here, later right respectively. Accurate plli'ato Carolina are now enjoying the
according to Mr Barton Shepherd stated that plans are selling out and entering dental the plate In both instance facilities offered there Adjutant I I.

mta the latest step in the progressing toward the buildingof Harley F. Strong stated yesterday college. He practiced dentistry Ir held the runners In check and the C. W, Jayne Is director of the

|m of farm machinery. a chapel In the' State Prison at that he Is seriously think ; Georgia for many years after rcelvlng third out was another fly tc ;amp, '

he close of the demonstra- Raiford. "If men could be com- ing of "throwing his hat into the his degree.In Johns to end the game and the I

vera! handsome'prizes will pletely rehabilitated ,without the ring" as a candidate for the City addition to Mrs Martin he U Cross City threat. Dick K..s..lei R. R. Board To Hear

on. experience of worship and religious Council In Starke. survived by another daughter for the Box and Jake Harris for Local
all-purpose tractor a of us would has Cases nine were the Applicants
Instruction, many Mr. Strong has experience Mrs. Mary Evelyn Hanes of WashIngton the City
''Jown model of the row be willing to work without the In city government In Atlanta, D. C.i; three sons J. C leading hitters each getting two In Gainesville ,

Iractors used by largescaleu aid of a church-ln-prlsoa". .Mr... Ga.. prior to his coming to Stark Richarde Jr., of Jacksonville;;
designed primarily to|I Shepherd said. "But; we Know------ ...-.. In 1941, and states that "With Ernest C. of Washington and hits.At this writing a game In Hearings upon applications of f fClayton

Complete economical and I people cannot be reformed with progressive business men at the George L. of Santa Rosa Calif.;: Starke for this Sunday 'U nol O. Strickland and the |
at I mechanization to opera out the renewal of conscience and head of our good city things can and two sisters, Mrs. Belle Wllllamaon certain because of a mix up ol Starke City Transit will be held I Iby
small general farms), truck :I the desire for the good life which) be much more progressive than If ; of Bradenton. and Mr.,. dates with Cross City. Every ft. the Florida Railroad and Public >

; and groves I religion Inspires". The prlsor [ the so-called leaders happen to be i Nina LJpford of Green Cov. tort ls being made to arrange a Utilities Commission at thecourthouse (
or the attachments for the: chaplain told the Rotarians, "You elected without actual business. Springs.! He was an uncle of De- game for Sunday. In Gainesville Wednesday *

are a belt pulley, a power people want prisoners to work,, experience.*' I Witt C. Jones of Gainesville and Aug. 13. at 2 p. m. j

r shaft, electric starter and' and to have some recreation.' and Mr. Strong has been well established I R. L, Richarde of Jacksonville Lions To Move The hearings were previouslyscheduled

and a swinging drawbar. some vocational training. From In this community since his Dr. Richarde was a member ol to be held In Jacksonville

tires are standard equip- what you have said and done to connection with Camp Blandlng the Methodist Church and sMuton. To Catholic CenterA. on August 11. but were poet- .e
Ample crop clearances of aid the morale work at Ralford, In 1941. and Is one of the moat! poned and the location changed.
of the
=a Is provided under the, I am sure you agree that mow progressive jewelers the city has Interment was In the family B. Baker., president announced Strickland Is applying for a certificate

The three forward people can be reformed by beauty ever had.Good plot In Crosby Lake Cemetery. Starke Lions Club Edward'aCatholic to transport passengers l i,
ire 2. 3 and 6 miles an and faith and hope and friendship yesterday that St. between Starke and Camp Blanding (

"eras speed 2 1-4 miles, than by bars and fear and Card Promised Church has offered the and between Btarke and the <
ad- Marine League organization the use of the church The -
Wheel treads are i frustration, alone". State Prison en Sundays.
e to spacing of 40, .44. ,0 48, Rev. Shepherd stressed the fact Fight .Fans TonightAnother Organized Here'A recreation building as a regular club. City; Transit has requested authority ,
for the civic
M Inches to meet.all row, that Individual prisoners are soon card U meeting place to transport passengers between -. ,
'"qulrements. i returned to their communities Interesting meeting was held here by "We are very grateful to the SUrke and Klngsley Lake -i,iami
"aWnt: which will be dem-, their terms In prison; thus promised for fight fans by Manager former Marine Monday night In Catholic Church for Its kind hoe between Starke and the State ,
-J. on the Newsome farm' after handling and training of a8prisoners Charlie Harper in the Boom- the Legion baU and It was decided pitality." Baker stated yesterday 'neon.Kra.. I IMM.
the (Friday) recreation building 1. well I
with Arena wouldbe
a front-mounted mowing Is a social problem town that; a Marine Corps League
!">. bottom plow. harrow: which all citizens must be vitally "We have a fighter weighing organized In Bradford County. equipped and will make an excellent Jessie Young '
1.JC Plow cultivators, plant concerned.Mr. 200 pounds who challenges any All former Marines are urged to meeting" place for our organ r
I fertilizer distributors. Shepherd Is a former pas fighter weighing under or over attend the forthcoming meetingto ization.. Named Supervisor

Mill stage Parade tor of the First Baptist Churchof his weight" Manager Harper be held Monday night August The Lions Club originally met Of County Schools I
resi- Other scheduled: fighters In the Legion Inn and later In the
all the glamor of a cir Starke. and has served as stated. 11. at 8 o'clock. at Avery
ade Prison Joe Bayles, 134. Starke: ByrdE. hall Woman's Club but moved to the
the Farmall Cub dent chaplain In the are Jessie I.. Young has been
n will\ pasa through Starke for the past eight ands a half Kyte. 152. Green Cove Macon.Navy; The League Is In no way affiliated USO when the Woman's Club named supervisor of Bradford > .

Monday: morning on the Johnnie Chapman 143. with the Marine Corps officially changed Its policy cencernlng County Schools, succeeding Mrs. ''
the NewBome farm. Then I years.Record ;a.; Buck Gamble, 123. Boomtown be- ; however Its membershipS other organizations using the r, H. Osborne who was appointed '
will '
wm Include five large Day For Bus ; ; Kid Wells. 130 confined to Marines- and Marine building. elementary principal of BHS ef. 'd', _

emblazoned with multlcarrying -, ready to go again personnel only. A. J. Thomas,. president of the active[ July 1. L I I

b+nfiere. the Wallace J. Carson owner of The Puerto Rican. Ramirez 12S. Calvin C. Williams spokesmanfor Stark Chamber of Commerce Mrs. Young comes to Stark ,: !V' t ,
a 11111 Implements Com- the Starke City Transit reports will fight If recovered from \ the League In Starke pointed was guest speaker at the Lion'sClub (From Jacksonville where he ,|'' I, .
Orlclats and guests will that the new' bus line enjoyed Its to hit left foot. out that there are many stdvant- Monday night, asking for the Duval schools H '
t In County '
111 Private care.He best 'day to date lost Saturday Results of last Friday's bouts o gee to be gained by belongingto help of the Lions In formulating taught ,
'I : of a series) of Farm- when It transported 268 passengers were: Chapman lost by TKO In the ; ; the League. the Chamber' new program of tot a number ot years. Previous j ,

> demonstrations. Others over Its established runs. fourth round to Thomas Peavy. Anyone desiring father Information work. to; that she was attendance superrtaor ,. T '
Tuesday at the Joe Jones 148 Jacksonville 'professional.Cbsrlie contact Calvin Wllllama.I' The. fIrst l meeUaff b.J4h.'.e. I Alabama'' for"threw years..' I

.tyy Butler; Wednesday at.rr.an Mrs. Linda Wharton of Houston Morrison.,131, professional, Albert may Lee Crosby or Albert O. location will be held Monday nightat .rid holds .'Master's Degree from It!
: Long farm. HigAan Texas la visiting her son-in-law lost by KO In'the third round to I' Cruse 8 o'clock. he University of Florida. ::5
ThurMay at the and daughter, BMl-c and Kid Well
lCArtbul' farm Trenton. Thomas J. Eelbert for two weeks.:

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"Her real name is Victoria Fred- J. L. Peek Opens 4-H Club Members the courthouse III 7'30 -

yBradford County Telegraph ricka; named for Fred McMillen, Enjoy Tour Friday briefly at La\\"tel) to, 8111
'I b:} One Woman'sOpinion her father" Really though she Is Office In AtlantaJulian members from thlll V1clait PiCk;,
At )
named for Fred. She was. T, K. McClaneand noon the
ESTABLISHED 1877 E, L. MATTHEW3. OWNgH-EDlTOK my L Peek, formerly ol County Agent boy qen
born Just two weeks before Fred opened the A-l a bus load of !-H boys were of V. C. Johnson
Starke, hall Just at
Published... Every Friday and Entered an Second and I married. Her father's name Agency in Atlanta off bright and early last Fridayon when they |inspected( II III!
Office at Starke, Fla. being William J. McMlllen. Incidentally purebred ? iIaJ'
Claw" Matter at the Post with Mary E. a inspection tour of forests, Guernsey
fly BIHoe ROM.. In partnership ) 1*
Skipper was three last Cown, he announced In an ad- dairy herds, pastures, and poultry penses of transportatioq*
MEMBERSubscription j 1947 week.A vertisement in Sunday's Atlanta farms In neighboring counties. drinks, etc were free to
Home means more when we members t
Constitution. The big, new school bus, '
old. couple of weeks ago I had loan'I'I
94 Annually 1.10 For 81* Months Address of the agency Is 33: ed by the Board of Office suppif ,
far of"
It means. more than all life'sgold. promised the boys that they could Peachtree Arcade. struction and driven by School now stocUtni<< > at aU,, kl

go to the movies when I returned Board member J. E. Brown, left County th" ""
Home Is a place where love we Telegraph
share. from buying groceries, but alas, Bangs TestingTo
K Home Is a place where there In started raining even before then
Claire I. Chennault, famed wartime commandant of the prayer. and it continued so nearly all End Aug. 11 HOW DOES YOUR

Flying Tigers, recently criticized the U. S. Army for sup- It's a place where there are lots afternoon disappointed.and Finally they were little sorely John Dr. B. W. Bierer, who has been BATHROOM RATE

pressing an address he had prepared for Air Force Day, of books, came to me and said, "Mama, If testing cattle In Bradford Countyfor ON PERSONALITY? '
August 2nd. The recorded speech said that "penny 'wise and A fireside with dreams and cozy I prayed would God make It stop Bangs disease and T. B., will / I
pound foolish conservatism of politicians" was "one of the nooka t" I told him He
raining maybe
MF be testing for the last time during la It a model of convenience and
greatest foreseeable hazards of development of our air Yes, a radio set to hear the news, would if He didn't mind them ? Are
the week of August llth. beauty you proud to show I* Vic-
power." An old-time lounge to take a going. So off John went and I
to guests? You can achieve 'both
Regardless of its use, suppression is an ugly word. We snooze. ',r heard him telling Gary. I tiptoed Farmers who have milk cows they throw aim at a very moderate cost
to the door of their room would like to have tested should
generally: recognize that our democracy could not function Window sills where plants are and there they were, both of them by having us modernize It with
without freedom of speech But General John P. Lucas, found; praying at the same time. I leave their name at the County quality appointment
in China had his A where children I Agent's office before August/ 11th.
head of the U. S. military advisory group place romp knew that surely God would hear ,
when he refused to permit the broadcast lIe realizes around. If some farmers have left their
points that little prayer, After they had One To Three Years To Pay '
i the fellow with the strings is. the same Yea, home is a place where love name to have their cattle tested
that to peeve purse finished John. name back and saidto NO DOWN PAYMENT! ?
as tying a tight knot in the purse. General Lucas knows we share. me again./ "Mama, God can and for some reason they have not
Home is been tested, they are urged to
where there is
gyp' that Congress is the dispenser over the Army breadbasket. a place make it quit raining, can't He?"
check with the County Agent by
General used prayer. I told him yes If he believed in Shull
The plain common sense. Plumbing &
,r -N. Jeanette Stroud. God believed that August; 11th in order that no one Heati
If he
But that is no reason for us to refrain from agreeing will be overlooked. Some cattle
with Chennault. The celebration of Air Force ,Day brought ThiN little. poem was sent to mea God could. He looked at me with" may have been missed at different 325 Temple Ave. STARKE FLORIDA PhonJBUILD
those big blue and said, 1 I
150 of few weeks agd by a friend that eyes that the office did not
j out the fact that the United States can mass only believe He c&n-can't He?" Yes, places
I love much. She wrote It
its best bombers, the B-29. This is a far cry from the very It stopped raining. know about.
Guam and Tinian based aircraft especially for me. The strange This Is a free service throughthe
1,000 or more Saipan, rOn --
part' of it Is that I have never
United States Department
Y which composed one striking force over Japan during the seen her, but I know her awfullywell. the subject of picture shows .. .
war. In addition, there were those on Okinawa which never It all happened this way.I for the children. I am a faithful Agriculture. I I

Raw action and the many training craft in the United wrote a letter to the Army reader of Our Children by Angelo was another picture on the same

I States which could easily have been pressed into combat Times and it waa printed. She Patrl! and he wrote on that subjectone program about a playboy and It THE MODERN WAY

1 The depletion of our Air Force is alarming in the lightof read it and sat down and wroteme day lasts"week. The advice must have dulled the other picture
a letter. I was surprisedwhen he gave was never to let your for the children because they USECONCRETE
Poll The' states that 53
a recent Gallup report. report
I first got it, I couldn'tImagine child go unless you know the typeof are too small to understand. Cer- I
percent of our citizens believe there will be another war within BLOCKSMADE
picture and try to select pictures -
who in the world couldbe tainly they could learn no good.
ten years, and 73 percent believe there will be a conflictin writing to me from Santa; Ida for them such as "Lassie." : IN OUR OWN PLANT

twenty-five years. ho. The first letter was just an I think; that'parents should urge My mother-in-law' used to havea READY-MIXED
It might be simple to say "war hysteria" and let the Introduction but after the first the: theatres to have special pictures saying that it would do us all CONCRETE

report slip into the wastebasket. But don't disregard the one they were long and newsy for the children and on certain good to remember and apply to DELIVERED IN OUR TRUCKS

old saying, "You can fool some of the people some of the and I look forward to them so : days. Good pictures where ourselves: BUILDING SUPPLIES
time, but you can't fool all the people all the time." much because they cheer me up they can see animals. Recently "What goes over the devil's
i In view of the increasingly tense international situation for days to come. She doesn't when "Pinochlo" was on there back comes under his belly." Paint Hardware Roofing Lumber Cement
1 a
know how much I do them
Congress inaction on the universal training bill, and
and she that she writes to BUILDING
f Ihe decline of our national defense, it seems best to 8jO'cewith over two says hundred peoplepeoplewho I A N N I S

Claire Chennault. The "penny wise and pound foolish are afflicted and veterans 1 In SUPPLIES, Inc.

a { conservatism of politicians" is putting the American people hospitals. I can just Imagine the 1036 10.18Y.. MAIN ST., SOUTH

right behind the eight ball. Joy she spreads throughout the Phono 217-318 GAINESVILLE p. 0. Boi
Nation and the Joy she must
know in her own heart. She has I Saturday Afternoons For The runtrnlna
O PEN Our Out of Town Customers.
Indeed made a day brighter
for me She writes me poems and

'' What this country needs is a good twenty five cent hair- sends pictures and I feel as If I
know around her home
cut. my way ,.<
and their lumber camp and aw-
This is a strange statement, but it is one which recalls mill. Ah! yell a friendship Is to ne Fw,

If, old memories. Remember back several years ago when be treasured..' iThey are so rare.
bacon was pretty cheap, and fresh meats were reasonable. -

i Some would say that-those were pretty hard times-that My' mother left today on her /

money didn't come BO easily-that a man worked hard for vacation to St. Louis Missouri to / LOW FARES l
1?4p his quarter haircut. This!might be true, but you could bed visit. a sister she hasn't seen In I /

F sure of one thing. t three".years. C.'wafled' se" badly <

A dollar in the pocket. meant 100 cents worth of good to go and 1 argiled with myself! R. i B. Alvarez & Son Planning a business or vacation trip? You'll I,
purchasing good before I talked me out of 1 It. Ii enjoy going by comfortable, easy riding
power. I But I told Freddie when he left tic i' Greyhound coach. Frequent schedules Big
w Today, it seems that the dollar has followed the! law for work this morning that if I extra savings on round trips
4 of supply and demand. Like any other product, there are was gone he would know I had
so many floating around. that the bottom has dropped out of gone with her. When he came Transfer & Storage Co. Miami ________ 5.60 Tallahassee .._. 3.4.1
k. { } the market. home this afternoon he said it Tampa _______ 2.73' New York ,._ 1S.7J
Orlando ....__. 2.30 Chicago _____ 18.00
The veteran found this out when he returned to civilian sure looked good to see me out Phone 9105 Daytona B. ___'. 1.05 Atlanta ____.-, 5.M
In the said his heart turned
$ life. The price of that highly-dreamed-of automobile had twice.yard; So I I have St. Augustine __ '".90 New Orleans 8JO
jumped a few hundred dollars. It took a rich man to builda over guess s Jacksonville __- Asheville I --_-.. 7,25UNION
found a new way to take a short
decent home- -the second best bet was a converted army vacation and make your husband We operate local and long t i ;
t barracks. Radios were hard to get, and the fifty cents he miss you. Just tell him you're Moving and n STATION

paid overseas for a carton of cigarettes bought two packs going. tPrag,., distance Anywhere in / Lacy Conway, Agent Starke, Fla. .
back home. ,4( the State of Florida.

'l The veteran in a combat theatre had one consolation I was surprised the other day; JC% fj I 4a'c,

for his plight. lie couldn't spend his money, so he saved it, when Fred asked me If the city; Fast, Careful Moving I' GREYHOUND I
r It wasn't just dollars he was saving-it was his chance to limits stopped Just this side of the< .
compete with the high salaries of the war industries-it Wag school. I said, "Why no, you
his chance for a future with a sound foundation-it was his know the city line Is Just on the" ---
other side of ?
our yard Why
chance for start. .
a new He answered, "Well. I know when
It is surely with sigh of that he his dollar
a regret saw they grade the road they grade I It
dissolve into a fifty cent piece. I down to Bishop's and that's as

Yes, It is extremely unfortunate that this situation far as they go." I really can't
exists in our country. It is unfortunate that we talk in large blame him for It though becauseour

amounts but deal in small amounts. It is unfortunate because road has only been gradedonce

it makes ,many of our countrymen bitter-it is unfortunate in three years Short

because it has caused some' to examine other pause
economic besides I have a few correction> I would
1 !systems our own.
like to make In column. In
But our values will return. Just as surely as Uncle Sam my
the recipe for "cheap chocolatecake"
j shall maintain his goatee, !so shall our economic system be-
I left out the chocolate. It
come stable and once again become an example of capitalistic
takes six; tablespoons of cocoa. :J
vorkability. This is why a two-bit haircut is a sign of had to check way back to find .have a Coke
y { formality This is why; there is a crying need for a good this mistake after a friend In .

1 twenty-five cent trim. Jacksonville called my attention

jr You might remember the faithful capitalistic system i to it. I know a lot of women f

some day in the future when you are' once again able to clipped this recipe and Mrs. i

climb into a barber chair and get the works for half a buck. Mundy told me one day she'was
going to try It. I wonder how It .. -
tastes without the chocolate?
Looks I.ke there would have been
RALPH CREWS more criticism before thl3.
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Also In last week's column there

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From Our Past There were other events besides Newcomers Buy the> A A. Edwards farm three] Blanding Wrecking the end of the war, he stated.
parties. "X son was born Wednesday miles west of Brooker.Mr. The project manager also said
morning to Mr. and Mr*. E. Farm At Brooker Rinlcella ia a retired poul- Described As One that his company owns the shrubbery .
Davis) K. Ferryman." (The son was tryman and states that he mightget Of Largest In U. S. at Camp Blanding. and the- I
Buddy Mr. and Mrs. Rocco
piled bY hp.lf a pint of rice and let It get Emmett-now an Annapolis graduate Rinlcella. back into the business In a, value of such ornamental planting I
YEARS AGO cold mix it with one-fourth ), "Mr. Perryman returned formerly of Vineland N. J., are small way on Ills new farm, but Now under way at Camp Standing runs to several thousand dollar
60 July 30. 1887 Issue of pound of butter and a little salt. home today from New Orleans, among the newcomers to Brad- his plans are not definite yet. The Is what project manager J. Rose, who said that the Blan '
the Telegraph). Stir in one and one halt pl.it of where he has spent the past season ford County recently purchasing Edwards place consists of. 90 S. Rose of the Army Camp WreckIng ding project employs "several
ke has shipped during they flour; boat five egg separs! 'sib: playing ball with the National Ida and the local National Guard acres, 23 in cultivation. Corpn. describes as "one of hundred men" Is a native of Chi
e (sic) of add yolks together with one League." ; left Thursday morning for Camp Mr. and Mrs. Rinlcella are sure the largest wrecking jobs In the cago, and while In this vIcinity'Is '
rri 3to Northern citiesuL quart of milk lastly the well Reprinted from the Macclenny, Joseph E. Johnston, near Jackson, they will enjoy the Florida win United States today." occupying the Mitchell cottagoon '
100 bushels to Southern beaten whites. Beat well and Standard-"From the looks of the vllle for a two weeks encamp ters because they won't have to Rose explained that more than Klngsley Lake. .
take: at once in waffle Irons. (legislative) speakei'thlp race i ment. get up at the crack of dawn and
3,000 buildings are being demolished -
devote a com- Yellow fever in Increasing In from this angle. Eugene S. Mat; break the ice so the chickens -
elegraph temperance--BtaUDie power. and Virulence at Key West thews, popular newspaper man In the news Rumors have it can get a drink of water, like or sold Intact by his
to I Ford is the Bradford County
lump that Henry eyeing the Come to
" ostrich which hides Florid from Bradford County seems to' they used to do in New Jersey. company-some being shipped as
'I presidency-John D. Rockefeller Telegraph! for your orflc Sup-
(to the sand to escape ui (From the 25 YEARS AGO be the high man. just celebrated his 82nd birthday .- For stamp pads, stamp pad far away as Maine. The wreck pll.."". Rubber bands pencils, carbon
not more foolish than August 4. 1922 issueof Charlie Johns attends struck Is ing corporation has demolished forms, etc. -'e
i II the Bradford summer a negro, by lightning. Ink rubber stamp, datura num- paper legal
? Who"takes a drink to ). County Telegraph school at the University of Flor-I turning white. berers. see The TELKGKAPII. from 12 to 15 army camps sine ehave a large supply.
trouble. --
while some people go to The young social set is all in a r ,,
we note will over a recent birthday
he alcoholic way. party. .0 .
ndlvlduallsta. "Excessive Commented the Telegraph: "Little q
caused the Misses Fenella and '
ping has just Snyder ,.
In Plttsclegraph sent to their friends .
t two little girls dainty invitations '" .
which read: "We are going .,
declares that Ed- to have a birthday party on Tues-

Perry Is Governor of day afternoon the first of August ..' .;: .
j. R. Richard Is CountyB. and we !hall be glad to
. Haynes Is Tax Collec- have you come'."
T. A. Knight Is Mayor "As Fenella walt eight years old
he And Dr. A. L. Scott her pink Iced cake was ornamented -
:as offices at the Gaakin's with eight white candle In
are. rosebud holders and on Louise's
for lice Waffles Bell white" cake burned five pink tap. I

"The invitation list included: ," ", I
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Hazel and Lois AUkins. Eloise *,{,
Hitch Clara Louise and Julian
i Peek. Jr., Beverly! Cady. Paul Ernest :, t

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Ice Alice Fernandez
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Lois Long, A. E. Wall Jr.,
Hen an* Lillian! Sternberg N. T.
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\ : ''<(IW > Miss Idalou Davis Weds Leonard F. Smith, Jr. Miss Sapp WedsS. J.Mrs.S. Pearsons. Sapp, mother Jr

!f tj'' : Afternoon E.' Reyes, Jr. wore a gown of othi!
Church Here Saturday
\\j1, ,i> In Episcopal In Jacksonville white crepe With navy bIll!

r Miss Idalou Davis, daughter of piece and the base of each candelabra acne,. Her corsage WhIte waa i a

Mr. and Mrs Rawson Jackson was decorated with arrange- The marriage of Miss Martha carnations and tube I'iIIfI.Of

Davis, and Leonard Foster Smith, ments of white pompom and fern. Margaret Sapp, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Reyes mother
Jr., son of Leonard Foster Smith Mrs Felix Straaaburgh of Day and Mra. Jake S. Sapp of Starke, groom, was gowned, l in

1 and the late Mrs. Smith, were tona Beach, great aunt of the a and Stephen Emory Reyes Jr, blue sheer with Pink ac p p

united in marriage Saturday aft. bride, and Mra T. Frank Land- son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Emory She wore a coring, J

1' ernoon at four-thirty o'clock In a rum had charge of cutting the r Reyes of Jacksonville, was solemnized nations and lilies,

beautiful ceremony performed In cake. on Sunday'' afternoon, July .Following the ceremony

St. Mark's EplHcopnl Church. The Serving punch during the aft- 20, at 5 o'clock In the Lake Shore ceptlon was held at lI1e ,

i Rev. Fred G. Yerkes, Jr., assisted ernoon were Mrs. R. J. Tatum of Baptist Church, Jackso/ivlIIe.] The Mr. and Mrs. Reyes III h1I

I by the Rev. S. W. Creasy, per Jacksonville, and the Misses Vir- Rev. C. E. Saunders officiated at Shore.

n },' formed the double ring ceremony ginia Sewell, Idell Landrum, and the double ring ceremony.
Hazel Fields.] I M of white asters Buffet
Palms and fern were placed Arrangements Supper

,,s r against the chancel rail to form a Miss Marian Brown dept the and gladioli against a background For
g ;r1 background for tall floor baskets bride's book and others' assisting of ferns and palms were used in' Recent Bride

of white gladioli, asters and pom Mr. and Mrs. Davis .In servingand decorating the church for this Oc- Mrs.
poms. The organ and choir stalls entertaining the guests were casion. N. D. WainWrIght!
with Mra. Mattie Gahagan, Mrs. 0 L. guest of honor Tuesday
t were decorated arrangements Beasley, Mrs. Edward Burns. Mrs Mr0. Vincent Reyes played the when Mrs Guy H
N of white gladioli, fern amlighted Sale
H. C. Brown and Miss Ann Wilt. F r program of nuptial music which ed the Tuesdays Night enl
while for the
kt, tapers pews Drtdgt,
: with N.qt Included the wedding at her
kr t families were marked with whit After spending some time -----( icjf Lake
?+w ti, marches. Miss Mary< Alice Myers a delightful
their guests Mr. and Mra. Smith buffet
w satin ribbon bows and white glad yI
toll. Lighted whit tapers in left for a week's wedding trip to J _ _ _ _ sang "I Love You Truly" and"Because" II three progressions" of bmJ
seven-branched candelabra cast a Highlands, N. C., the bride travel- c' :% The honoree was prey

oft glow over the scene. ing la a beige gabardine suit with m'' ;ryf.. The bride, given in marriage' by lovely set of costume taS
; brown and white accessories. She '\4 her father, wore a gown of gossamer the hostess as a
Prior to the ceremony a program It"'" memento wore an orchid corsage. After \ white marquisette over occasion High
of nuptial music wan playedby J ',
ci their return they will be at hometo white satin, fashioned with a fit- went to Mrs. Merrill StV
Mm. L. A. Canova and Just ""J'I
their friends in an apartmentat ....- ted bodice and round neckline, J. R. Wainwright won
before the entrance of the wedding -
,i & party Mlsa Evelyn Stump, the Alderman home on WalnutSt. The Smith-Davis wedding party pictured from left to right; Miss, Jewell Powell, Mix. Catharine outlined with ruffles of lace. Lace high, and prizes for Bingo
repeated on the skirt given to Mrs.
d'' ', 4 sang "Ah Sweet Mystery CJf, Nollman Miss Betty McRae, Miss Marjorie Davla Mrs. L. F Smith, Jr., Mr. Smith William Smith, ruffles were William Powell,
I ITruly" Smith from Miss Lillian
Mrs graduated and looped to make a cascading Stump.
r Life" (Herbert) and "I Love You II. O. Davis., Jr. Darby Peek S. A. Weldon, Jr. In front: Mime Mary Agnes and Madge Ann Mat-
v Bradford High School and received bustle effect in the back. Her
' + + (Bond). The traditions .
thews. photo by Hollywood Camera & Gift Slop.
r J her A.B. degree in Education fingertip veil was bordered with
used and
, wedding marches were -
during the ceremony Mrs. Canova from the State University, Tallahassee he identical lace, and her bouquet

last June. She held mem- Series of Parties Circles Mrs. was of white bride's roses.
s softly played] "ClaIr de Lune" Baptist Wainwright
1' in Delta Pi, national 'Ii
, bership Kappa
(Debussy). honorary society in Educa- Honors Smith-Davis Met TuesdayThe Is Complimented Mrs. Morgan Heath of Fort wt:
of the bride
, The bride had as her maid of Lauderdale sister ,
tion and Phi Alpha Theta, national -
1 w honor her sister, Miss Marjorie honorary historical frater- Wedding: AttendantsThe home of Mrs. A. A. Durden At Linen ShowerMrs. was matron of honor. She wore
Davis, and bridesmaids were a gown of aqua sheer, and carried
: a I' nity. She was Freshman counse- bride's attendants of the was beautifully decorated with cut the
of carnations. ,
t Misses Catharine Nollman, Betty] her Lloyd James Green and a bouquet pink d.gyanother"
ss'i McRae of McIntosh, and Jewell lor during junior year. Davis-Smith wedding were entertained flowers and fern for the meeting Miss Sara Barefoot were hostesses Miss Josephine Nash, maid of .
Mr. Smith was also graduated
1 a Powell of Miami. Flower girls at luncheon ThUrilday'of of Circle Two of the Baptist WMU Thursday afternoon of last week honor, wore a gown of turquoise
from Bradford High. School and
r last week Mrs. Mattie Gaha-
little Misses Agnes by P. afternoon. The devo- blue sheer, and her bouquet was
,I a were Mary spent thirty-three months in the ,. Tuesday from 4:30 until 6:30 o'clock at a '
and Mr Frank Hoover In the
and Ann Matthews. gan tional was read Mrs. C. J. of yellow carnations.
Made armed forces, eleven of which by linen shower given In the church 1,63)women )
Church Service Center.
I William Smith, brother of the Powell and prayer waa offered by service center honoring Mrs. N. Neel Lester was best man, and
were spent in France and Ger
Center ] dec-
'' bridegroom, was best man, while many. At present he Is attendingthe The with was beautifully Mrs. W. N. Johnson D. Wainwright, Jr., a recent bride.A ushers were Morgan Heath and, f>
prated a large arrangementof
; ushers were Darby Peek, II. O University of Florida in red roses over the mantle at Mrs L. D. Haines, program color scheme of green and yellow ]-
Davis, Jr., and Stephen Weldon, chairman, used the South American he second hour.
Gainesville, where he la majoringIn the far end of the room. The was carried out in the dec use
1 Jr. Indians her theme and Assisting the hostesses In entertainIng -
forestry. orations, with quantities of yel
luncheon table was covered witha
All of the bridal] attendants assisted Mrs. F. J. Shaw, the guests were Mrs. E. L.
was by
Out of town guests were: Mr. lovely white lace cloth with a low roses, gladioli, chrysanthemums
were gowned in white organdy Mrs. E. W. and Mrs.,John- Matthews, Mrs. T. K. McClane,
ql and Mrs. R. J. Tatum, Mrs. J. E. graceful cut glass vase filled with ,' potted palms, and other
, and wore white organdy ruffled son. The business session was Mrs. Robert Green, Miss Grace
( Each Tlllotson and son, Danny Boy, dahlias placed in the center of greenery being used.
bandeaux In their hair. Miss Mary Jane Kirst, and Miss presided over by the leader, Mrs. Green, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. G. L.
with the table. Place cards) bore an The tea table, covered with a |
bandeau tied a yellow
"tl, was Marglo Burns of Jacksonville; W. L. Andrews.The Patten, and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright
satin bow. The attendants carried old-fashioned girl motif. lovely lace cloth, had a center
Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. Peter, membership contest leaders Serving refreshments were
white chiffon handkerchiefs, gifts The hostesses served a delicious floral arrangement, and silver
I ?A f of the bride, and wore single Miss Beryle Holland Mra. H. V. ""Itr'' '.. -course luncheon\vto .the Mrs. A. J. Thomas and Mrs. candelabra, holding yellow candies Misses Freddie Wlmberly, Nina
Knight Mrs. C. R. Smith, Jr., Palmer Williams Bishop, Bobble Cameron, Oleeta
reported gains
strand of pearla. The maid, olhonor's group. Afterwards Miss Davis, were placed at either end. Home PermarwrtEasy
was made with a Harold Downing, Harold E. Allen, bride-elect, was presented with an Mrs. Ernie Dowling, Jr., was welcomed Greeting guests at tire door Green, June HaJJ Melba String-
gown Marc Morgan, Elaine and Norma as a new member. fellow, Judy Green, Paula Me-
electric toaster a1ft of the
j bouffant skirt and tight fitting Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs.T. .
a. 4 Parramore of Gainesville; Miss were Laurin, Garnlta Hutto, Mrs. Wil- s e e s e. e e e e e e t e n e e 11.11.
( hostesses. During the social period Mrs.
bodice outlined with a ruffle. The B. Harding during the first
E neckline of the bodice featured a Lulu B. Kniskern and Mrs. Laura-' Present on this occasion were: Durden, assisted by her daughter, hour, and Mrs. A. E. McKinney lard Pass, Mrs. Vernon SIlcox,

1 r ruffle and the sleeves were very gene Tatum of St. Augustine; Miss Idalou Davis, bride-elect] Mra. H. H. Houston, and her and Mrs. W. H. Smith during the Mrs. Richard Kldd, and Mrs. Nelson as putting nfywbair

full and puffed. She carried an Miss Florence Tryon and Miss Mrs. R. J. Davis, Miss Marjorie mother, Mrs. Geiger, served a second hour. T. Green. .
r a yet s old-fashioned nosegay of yellow Daisy Parker of Tallahassee; Mrs. Davis, Miss Catharine Nollman delicious fried chicken dinner to The gifts were on display In the in fur/en-611ft'-\ '"
Cecil McRae, Misses Cecile, Pat- Mra. P. E. Canova and Mrs.J. reading room and were shown to
and her bandeau was Miss Betty McRae of McIntosh, the 12 members and one visitor war ybtar
pompoms outlined with matching pompoms. tie, and Eleanor McRae of McIntosh Miss Jewell Powell of Miami, present. 1.. Anderson presented gueststo the guests byMrs. A. J. Thomas,

The bridesmaids' gowns were ; Mr and Mrs.. John O. Scott Miss,'Evelyn,.Stump, Mrs.. O. L. The Septembert meeting will beheld the receiving line which was Mrs. S. _E. Sparks, Mrs. Seleta

p fashioned alike, featuring off-the of Mandarln;-Mr. and :Mrs.: Louis Haynea, Mrs. L. O. Powell] Mrs with Mra. F. J. Shaw. composed of the two hostesses; Thomaji. >frs, H. L.. Hough'. and ,
the honoree and the honOree'smother '
i H. Hill of Lawtey; Mills Jeanette ; Mra W. O. Halle. A /
shoulder necklines outlined with L. A. Canova, and Madge Ann yi
bodices McLendon of Orlando; Major and Matthews. Mrs A. F. Sauls. Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. E. M. e +
The fitted
,' j r were triple outlined with ruffles and ,Mrs H. H. McConnell ot Mont- I Mra. W. B. Mundy entertained Presiding at the .punch bowl Davis, and Miss Betty Ann Flynn +-

extremely gomery, Alabama] ; Mr. and Mrs. ; Circle Three Tuesday afternoon were Mrs. Joseph, Devlin of each presented several piano Beections -
came to points over the The attractive Klngaley] Lake.
carried old- W. N. North, and Mrs. Leslie when the topic of discussion was Gainesville and Mrs. T. Frank during the afternoon, and ,
; skirts They home of Mra. L. A. Canova was ,
'l of Shasta Shepherd of the State Farm. "Secret of World Peace". The Landrum during the first hour, Miss Garnlta Hutto sang a popular -
fashioned nosegays the Thursday evening of
? scene devotional was given by Mrs S. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., and vocal number accompanied by; .1 '?
and the daisies were repeated of swimming '
,\dalqles last week an enjoyable I c
E. Sparks and was led by Mrs. H. Adams
prayer Herlong during Mrs. Canova.
In the arrangement o* the Methoditt Circles party and supper, honoring Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Mrs D. L. (
and Leonard
Miss Idalou Davis
bandeaux. Thomas, Mrs. Hazen, and Mrs.
11x, The little flower girl wore Met Monday F. Smith, Jr., whose marriage R. B. Alvarez gave Interesting reviews Every Branch of
identical to those of the was an event of August 2 In the of
gowns assigned articles.
r I bridesmaids and wore' identical Circle One of the Methodist St. Mark's Episcopal Church. I. Roll upl I Just roll up you!

p ruffled bandeaux In their hair. VfSOa met Monday afternoon at The guests enjoyed a period of Mrs.. Sparks, leader, conductedthe INSURANCESIH. shampooed hair on Tom C.
3:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. business meeting during which
.' carried miniature nosegays : swimming after which they were Toni en-
They with Mrs). F. H. the Circle packaged a bag of era, dabbing on
of shasta daisies and scattered the m. Perryman served a delicious) supper on the No
% clothes to send to Waving Lotion u you go.
yav' 'daisy petals for the bride to walk Long as co-hostess. front porch of the Canova home. Europe.
v''' Following prayer by Mrs I. P. The honor guests were presentedwith During the social hour Miss C. WALL AGENCYPlease special talent required)

G on.The bride entered on the arm of Shepherd, a short business session a thermos bottle, a gift of Jean Mundy entertained with two, .

her father who gave her In marr'il' waa conducted by Mrs. Cottrell. the hostess in remembrance of piano selections, following which

riage. Her wedding gown of chiffon Miss Olive Ray conducted the the occasion. the hostess served refreshments.The Phone 146

] poised over 'taffeta featureda devotional, using the, study book, Those who were present at this September meeting will be ,

shirred bodice with a sweetheart "The Stewardship of Gospels", delightful party were: Miss Ida- held "at .the home of Mrs. R. B. CONSTANT SERVICE OVER 50 YEARS
r neckline and long full and Mrs. G. ,S. Newcomb com- lou Davis, Leonard F. Smith, Jr., Alvarez

sleeves caught at the wrists with pleted the study. The closing Mrs. R. J. Davis, Miss Marorl|

tight-fitting bands. The back of prayer was offered by Mrs. W. J.hurchwell. Dav.s, Miss: Catharine No'lm-tr., .

v the bodice was fastened to the : Miss Betty McRae of Mclntnsh
waistline with tiny nelf-covered During the social hour the hostesses MIss Jewell Powell of Miami, \

buttons and the extremely full served refreshments to the Miss Evelyn Stump. Miss till Ian

skirt terminated In a slight train. 19 members present Stump; and Steve Weldon, Jr.

The bride's tiered veil 'of sheerest -
Circle Two 'enjoyed an all-day R.lax I Tie I turban toed
Illusion fell from a tiara of orange M-m'lors of the Pnvli-Sniith The .d 2.

ey i h blossoms and pearls. She carried meeting at the summer home of wedding party were entertained, ,_ your head snd relax for the

+b a white prayer book topped with Mrs. Carl Johns on Klngaley followti.f their rehearsal la*. Friday I! next 2 to 3 hours. Theo SlrI'

s a purple orchid and showered with Lake. At noon a delightful cov- evening by Mrs. S. I.. 1 cOlic \l J.TCHWORDf' rate each curl with Toni N/II'

satin ribbons and tube roses. Her dish luncheon was served. and Mrr. Roy Ward at the hone and rinse-jrour "lit

only ornament was a single Mrs. A. Wood conducted the of Mrs Peek on Church !;tre-,c, ,

,,1 + strand of pearls,. lift of the bride devotional and reviewed the) fifth The dining table was c-.vere... is finished I

la n v groom chapter of the study book. The with a beautiful white emb/i.J<,red of Today

The mother of the bride, Mrs. brief business session was con- lace cloth with a center pieceof The timepieces. of today have a two-fold
Davis, selected for her daughter's ducted by the leader, Mrs. Joe yellow marigolds. A unique !

it wedding a gown of pink crepe Martinez arrangement of yellow marigolds mlsxlon to keep you on time, and to keep

made on simple lines. She wore was also placed on the buffet tableat you In style. Our handsome watches for
a Hght blue feathered hat and Miss Betty Dyal. the far end of the room. Miss C

a matching glove Her other Evelyn Stump presided at the men and women have precision built In by

accessories were white, and, she Honoree At PartyMrs. punch bowl. er America's
foremost time craftsmen _
wore a corsage of pale pink aster The honor guests Miss Idalou plus

,. Shl Smith entertained her Davis and Leonard F. Smith, Jr., the good looks of finest Jewelry design. Let

Reception sister Miss Betty Dyal with a were presented with a piece of
Oil show
them to
Immediately following the ceremony surprise birthday party last Friday silver from their chosen patternIn you today.

t a wedding reception was night In the home of their remembrance of the occasion. std.Look lovely from the aaa

t held in the Church Service Cen- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Members of the wedding party, tod. ...*"

ter, attended by numerous friend Dyal. family, and out-of-town guests Men's and Ladies BULOVA & ELGIN Try a Toni wtve y curls *

'y and relatives of the couple. The, Indoor games and dancing were were present at this evening Watches I toft "cireisable" Ts

i receiving line was formed against I enjoyed and late In the evening party. night I You cln .Tiilb lit
1 + a the mantel, which was centered guests were invited into the din- IN A WIDE PRICE RANGE I Because with Toni cherc'

i with an arrangement of white Ing room where the table was cov- Odd Fellows Your .veI at
Enjoy frizzy .elge.
gladioli and balanced by lighted ered with a lace cloth and cen- ., sl.looking./ long.hittg

white candles In crystal holders. tered with the decorated birthdaycake Open House Event Accessory Fine Watch iutu .* dim'!
Native greenery was used in bank- bearing fifteen burning i t .1 and.so

s; Ing the hearth and fireplace. candles. Members of the Odd Fellows Jewelry Repairing

Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. Invited to be with the young Lodge held pen house at the hall

E. L. Matthews greeted guests honoree were Leroy Norman Jr., Thursday night of last week and .

at the door. ) Drew Reddish, Cliff Crawford, old-fashioned square dancing wasa Qua Ii t y has No sits
i The bride's table, overlaid witha Gene Kelly, Euaton Norman, feature of the evening. Good Substitute"GEM

handsome imported cloth, was ,Tommy Edwards, Clinton Barton, music (the old mountain kind) pliat** G.oI

centered with the three-tiered Junior Hersey, Ruby Newsom. was furnished by Mrs. Hazel Hall --

wedding cake. Decorated with Joan Milligan, Marklee Norman, '! Horace Pierce, and Buddy Johnson ,

sprays of lilies of the valley, the Betty Milligan Muriel Ritch In conjunction with musicians

cake was topped with a miniature Bonita Rigdon of Jacksonville, from the Waldo Lodge.

wedding bell tied with a mellne Harold']' Crews, Bill Blackburn, Harley If.:Strong served as mas-
I bow. Lighted tapers in crystal Dorothy Prescott, and James ter of ceremonies, and announced KOCHDrugstore

candelabra flanked the central Douglas.ALVAREZ' that the lodge plans to have these

enjoyable occasions at regular Intervals -

In the future.

, Men's Clothing 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE 170 STARKE *
' ata.ntp--pi.; FLA.
il I) For stamp pad
STORE .Established,.1891 taker.....-_lamps, taten snsn- Starke, I'7a

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BITs of LOCAL NEWS I Mr and Mrs. Ed Dahmer and I Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Graham re-I :Mrs.! L J. Lane left Wednesday
son, Frank, have returned to their turned.home Friday from a two for a visit In Birmingham. Ala.,
home here after a visit with ret\ Every IJal/ls A
weeks' vacation spent In Eustis, I with her husband who Is employedthere. Special Day
w E Middleton left Wed- Mr,and Mrs. A. J. Duke of Orlando atlves in Cadillac Mfch.( Miami. Key West, and Havana,I She will be accompanied For Someone To Celebrate
for Henderson- spent Mrs. A. E. Wall and son, Bill Cuba Mr. and Mrs w. P. Ran- I home by Marybeth who has l
Sunday here spent
afternoon her sister Mrs.Jjonea their son-in-law and with Duncan left Thursday for a motor dall and children, who stayed at the summer with her father. 11 Wedding. An Anniversary
to of join Jacksonville, who Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane daughter, Jr. trip and expect to visit Washington Kingsley Lake with the Graham Men's pajamas $2.98 at L1 A Baby Shower A Birthday t
D. C., among other points of children during their absence, have
latlonlng there. Dressmaking, i And Every vale l
slip interest, before returned to their Baker
returning home. home In Norfolk, Lappe liI:
foi- cover, bratlim calla
IMd Mrs. Eddie Cox. reasonable. Mm. Harrington Va. and Mrs. Walter King: returned For
\\t Miami recently purchas- N. Church St. Up Mrs. Jeanette C. Young, Starke Tuesday from their 10-day A Special hake, '
librarian returned L. M. Drake, commander of the 312 West Call Street
Wednesday of
store at
wedding ,
Williams grocery Mrs. Miriam Klckliter and trip spent In Ocala, St.-
last week after local VFW Is
Tenth Streets. Mrs daughters, a month's vacation post now In the Petersburg and Orlando YLET'S
and Dorothy Claire and Mrs. Florida Tuberculosis
Young travelled Sanitarium
the former Miss .Loisof Sammie, were shopping In Ocala I plane to Denver, Colo., where she by I at Orlando, Beryl Jean and Sharon St. I
Hellbronn Springs.lther Saturday. Peter, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
visited long-time friends, Mr. and I I Dr. J. W. Kaufman will returnto HAVE SOME FUN
warranted St. Peter of Gainesville,
ticking, Robert Ford and sister. Miss Mrs. Walter R. Amoss. She re? the pulpit of the
erproof, at Stump's. Laura Ford of Lakeland were turned on the train, by of Church here formerly of Starke are upending
way on Sunday
[ Titus Olson returned home recent guests of their uncle and Chicago, and was met at Oak I 17, after vacationing! with August Mrs. six weeks In visiting friends and relatives See The Fights "

Lek after a visit'with 'relw aunt Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. Park 111., by her son, Theodore. I Kaufman, in Pennsylvania and Park Ill, this Chicago summer.Men's and. Highland

| j Illinois. Charles Knight returned to Before returning home they visited I New York for the past several

and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and after Jacksonville by plane Monday relatives, In Michigan and Wisconsin -:weeks. :Most of their time has $2.9H at Stump's.Dr. white .dress shirts! At Boom Town
spending the been
Nancy, are enjoying) past two spent at their cottage In .
Icr vacation, touring weeks In New York City. While Mm, Pearce Manning Colwon Inback the Coming (Pa. Hills. and Mrs. A. Y. Covington
I LreHs'of interest In the state. there he was the guest of his at Hart Beauty Salon permanently Miss Eleanor Durshlmer, and son, Irvin, have just returned Every Friday Night, 8:30 P M.
an employee from a three weeks'
uncle Paul Knight, who la Pro- and will be glad to
pparle Manning Colson leat duction Director for the National serve old and new ('.."tomrrll.Mr. : of the Veterans Administration spent with Mra. A. I, Covlngton Operated on Donations Only Io I
Hart Beauty Salon pertly Broadcasting Co. Charles had and Mrs. Lucian Conner located In St. Louis, of Paducah, Ky. The elder Mrs.
will be glad to Mo., Is visiting at the home of
and the moved Covington returned hero with the
pleasure of yesterday to their
old and new customer attending many recently- her brother and sister-in..law, Mr Covtngtons for a ten-day visit
broadcasts and purchased farm home,
newly appointed also spent a few formerly and Mrs F. L. Durshlmer.Mr J. J. has II
Partin known Zelgler returned to
days at the as the Jordan
al I of BHS, and :Mrs. T.. H. nearby beaches. He *. Pcarle Manning Colnon In the homo of his daughter, Mrs.
will visit his parents, Mr. and place, adjoining the Kirby Crews I
principal at- bark at Hart Beauty Salon R. C.
hP. elementary Mrs. H. V. Knight, in Gainesville farm west of Starke. permanently Dampier, after spending the
the Principals' Conference and will be glad to past 3 weeks In !Miami and south gg
university of Florida In over the weekend. Nylon hose at Stamp's. IIU'rold and new runtomerti. Florida. .

vole last week. Mrs. Tommy Mersereau, clerkIn Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gibson and The Harley F. Strong had as 31-in. bleached sheeting at
the county tax collector's office children of Goldsboro, N. C., are their weekend guests at Kingsley '
is spending her vacation with spending this week with Mrs. Lake Their son, Harley Strong, Stump's.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Thomas of U- I 114 near with Its thrill of re-
relatives In Orlando.Darkcolored Gibson's parents Mr. and Mrs. T. Jr., and three of his friends from newed and Its de.
City are the guests of activity
outing flannelat N. Kendrlck. Friends of the Gib Atlanta, Ga. Harley, Jr., was relatives here this week
JustDeceived Stump's. that sons will be interested to know proud to be able to drive back Mrs. J, H. Gill has returned to mand for new and exciting clothes '
they have an elght-weeks- home In a new Ford car which his
Mrs. Miriam Klckliter, Miss lId daughter who has been named dad had a chance to buy for him. her home at Klngxley Lake after Our Fall models, fresh from the hands of America's ,
Dorothy Claire Klckliter, ,MIss spending ten days In a hospital
Martha. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty returned at Norfolk, Va.D foremost designers!\ are styled and priced to meet yourevery
Sammie Kennedy, and Mrs. J. A. Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Ward, left Sunday from a week's va- demand. Barely out t>f their wrappings! they

Polo ShirtsSz. McKelvey were in Alachua Sun- by plane yesterday for Jackson cation spent In the Smoky Mountains carry the allure of style, line and color that flatter and 'i
oy's day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Miss., where Mr. Ward will attend of North Carolina with Mrs. intrigue.
6-16 75c Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Earl a reunion of his World WarII Mooty's brother-in-law and sister .BILCTARKE

Davis outfit, the 34th Engr. Regt. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Anderson of Hack to School Young vibrant suits In checks

dies DRESSES t FittRburg, I'a.Yellow FLA.Sun. plaida, solid colors darling wool drosses -
homespun at( tempting date dresses glamorous evening gown
1.95 AIJ-\Ieat: Breast Stump's.Mrs. Mon. Turn.Aug. Equally appropriate for the slender young matron and
T. F. Grady and Mrs. J. It) II I'j the business: girl.

DRESSES P. Burns are upending several Song OfScheherazade
Stew clays at Fernandina Bench this Cage Hat! Smartly tailored echoing your personality
:3 1.50 1.75 week Their niece. Miss Jean and charming sophistication.Hack .
Veal) Irwin, spent the weekend there.
Size Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Mickler of Yvonne l>(>('arlo, Brian Unn- to the Social Season! Suits dresses, and
wels, Large Pound Jacksonville were guests of Mrs ivy Jean 1't'rrfOlInlllnt! spectator sports for nil occasions designed exclusivelyfor
3 for $1.00en's r 1 Pound F. J. Shaw Wednesday, of last ALSO "Thin I* America"And the matron who wishes her wardrobe to have that

week. New, spice of line and color that flatters her type without
49c : 29c Mr. and Mrs. Chas W Schafferof sacrifice of dignity.
Dungarees .
Detroit Mich., are visiting Mrs. Weil. Thiirn. Ann; 1.1 It
1.50 Shaffer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. UOtmx; FIlATURE: We are looking forward to the pleasure of helpingyou

e L. L. Conner and other relatives.Mr. assemble your Fall Wardrobe
Boots 3.85 and, Mrs. V. R. Ferguson Dead Of Night t
ny and eon, Bobby, returned Sunday Cordially yours,
from a two weeks' vacation spent Mertjn: Johns, Iloland Culver' \
Shoes 2.50 with friends In Appamattox Va., Frederick Valk, ;f 11/u1IJ1 t C CP.
Fresh MULLET 19c b. and with relatives In Southern Mlrhiu-l I Redgrave ;
Pines, N. C. And \ S. II
USES) All Sizes H. J. Newsome I U manalnthe/ I
new furniture store recently open- TangierMaria Due to popular\ demand we have added a lovely assortment -
$1.00 ed In Green Cove Springs by the of gifts for every occasion. Come In and make e

w o Large Size SpecialLarge Old-Fashioned Drtggers family of Lake Butler :Monte Robert Pttlge, your ;Xmas' selections early, iI,
IRTS, All Siie"$1.00 MEAL The Drlggers' now own stores Suttu Preston Footer Louise JewelryDay.: '
Extensive line of Distinctive Costume ':
I Iin Lake Butler, Starke, and Green AlbrlttonAIJSO
Bar and :Cove. NewnFrl. time and )Evening: bags to match the New J Ensembles: -

Rinso : 81in. sheeting at Stump's. Most unusual line of Scarfs: and Handkerchiefs i"""'" Alluring
Hat. .tuff. 13 16 ; Lea' Nore Creme Sachets.
Girls SOCKS, GRITS i Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Burnett -
Swan Soap and :Mrs. Burnett' mother Mrs IMM'ltIJ<: KKATUKKHouse '.
12 pairs 25c 5 IBs. I Whitehead of Jacksonville were OfDracula Use our convenient Lay-Away Plan. We are happy to t t

31c Sunday guests 'of Mr. and Mrs serve you. ? '
n's Dress CAPS 13c Vf. R. Morse.
Pkg. 44c Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith,
$1.50 Jr.., returned home Thursday froma ton Chaney Lionel Atwlll ;
wedding trip spent In the Smoky AndTRAIL B :

[rk CAPS 35c FRESH GARDEN Jl I G Mountains Enjoying of swimming North Carolina.at Gold DUST C :

t .. ""fRo Boyd Jimmy Klllnon: ,
M Head Branch last Sunday were ,
.12BananasIb.10U.S.No. Tomatoes Hazel Fields, George Powell, Lillian __ ,_____

(NICK'S Chapman, Robert Tanner, __ I
Charles Mooney and Mary Powell. .
Mr, and Mrs Eustis McKnlght t

rgain House 1 Potatoes 10 lbs .45 and daughter Delores and niece, '
Dorothy Langxton of Monks Cor- THE SMART: SHO.P.PE .
ner, S. C., drove to St. Augustine
Beach last Sunday.

- SALE on dresses, sizes 9 to Wishes To AnnounceA I.

II. at Stump's. t
Miss Dorothy Gray has returned -
USE OUR from a week's vacation spent New Line of Shoes .
FOUR with her mother In Gainesville and

mH"ItV I IL"h6I11N with friends In Tampa. -.
e EASYPAYMENT Brownies the
CREDIT Madge wa guestof .

Lake Jeanette last Thursday Williams and at Friday.KtnKHley ''ACROBAT:? ) SHOES") .

IS Mrs. John Scott of Mandarin .' 1
returned to Gainesville with the "
GOOD PLAN Milton St. Peters after the Davis- ,
For Children and Teen-Agers .:.
Smith wedding 'for the weekend.The .
Scotts and St. Peters are
former residents of Starke.Dr. ,
Colors a ) and Mrs...A. Y. Covlngton
Assorted ; ALSO
and non, Irvin and Mr. A, I. ,. '. .
Silver Springs. '
Saddle Oxfords and Loafers
c School clothes for boys and .. .

Select Yours Today (Sandura Rugs) girls: at Stump*. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thurman '- For Ladies i *
have as their guests for a few "

days from ColumbiaMiss.., Mrs I

We Selection '''' .Yi Thurman's brother and sister-in- ., rr.,."t "
Have, A Large law, Mr. and Mra Roy Burkett 5 r
.,' 't I
and Mr. Kenneth Burkett.Mr
of Dining Room Suits and Mr N. T. Rltch and .A
daughter, Diane, of Miami spent "
1 the weekend with Mr. Hitch's

MGHTLY DeskRegular 3Pc. Maple mother, Mrs Carrie D. Bitch and The Factory Representative Will .lie>At Our.n ,, t I
Knee other relative. I
[IMAGED LIVING; Mr. and Mr Edward Hartmannand Shop On The 15th And 16th Of ;A ugus Come ,

Price Suits son, Eddie are enjoying ten
t r
ROOM I days vacationing In New Orleans, And lie Fitted {While He Is Here. .

93.95 129.50 La.Shoes for the. entire familyat

Reduced to Stump's.
Sen. and Mr*. Charley K. Johns
Beautifully Designed had as their guests on Tuesday, e
$60 Strong and Durable Construction Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Covington of
Auto Cushion Caine vllle.
*. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier and
WATCH OUR REGULAR WEEKLY ADS FOR son Billy and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. I FREE Color Books and Pencils For The Kids j
E-Z TERMS (EXTRA SPECIAL) Joyner and daughters, Mary and
: AVAILABLE Ceclle, atttended the motorcycle
T racer at the speedway In Jacksonville :
P. Smith of Starke and I
daughter, Mrs. F. W Varnedo :
OHN H. DENMARK FURNIfUREJO. and granddaughter. Mary Lu of ,

Palatka returned Tuesday from a CALL STREET STARKE. FLA. t
three weeks vacation at Sealy
PHONE 151 Springs Ate. oi



;'t + . . Sg was sixteen, my hair was gold. "Happy Birthday" There were-- C e e o e e eState Mr McArthur and Miss Ruth spent Saturday afternoon in'

Now It Is a light brown flecked 27 present, and all my dear neigh- Sofge of Jacksonville and Rev. Starke. I
aii ''I' Clay l HillBy i l l with gray. However if one only bors. I never was happier and FarmBy Howse of that city who Is the Mrs. E. J. Lewis and daughter -
and Miss Lubedla
i received minister at the Raiford Ivamae,
stops to consider things, one Is never so many lovely supply I
11 ( i Lora Burgess Mohr What Mr*. Dry_ WbltfleM Church at the present Pinholster were In Gainesville
proud to be going down the slope presents. a wonderful . e . e Baptist afternoon.
Ponra, Neb. to the sunset along with my other neighborhood I have found. God Friday
1. . . dear friends and every one of you Is good.It DEATH OF CLAGG BABY time.Mr.. and Mrs. Guy Norman and There will be a cemetery Working e.0

who reads this. We cannot escape has been over a hundred Little Wilson Eugene Clagg 10- children Darline, Phyllis and El- at Deaden Wednesday, Aug. r
} WHEREIN I HAVE A MARVELOUS time or the passing years, so I, degrees here. Good corn weather. I montha-old baby of Mr. and Mrs. vin, of Miami came Saturday to 27.
I TAD BACK ACROSS THE have made It in my mind a happy, I am so proud of my dog and W. W. Clagg. died Monday night,' visit Mr. and Mra. G. E Mr. Pitt Baxter and Miss Lu-
/ game. Every day I try to be a happy. He is cunning. My wren August. He was the grandsonof and family for a week. bedla Plnholster spent Monday
Miami havIng -
4" PEACE THAT UNOKRS IN little kinder a little more appreciative -I sings all/ day long and the little Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin. In- Spencer Crews is In afternoon in Graham,
of loved ones and, birds are hatched, I think. The terment Wall'at South Prong gone home Sunday with hU Mra. Stella Clemona of Miami
MY MIND. things about me. (Life pushes us I puppy is tied just below the birdhouse Cemetery, near Sanderson. Friends relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. was visiting Mrs. Vera Allen here ALL MAKES
"Darling I am growing old, Crews and children who had spent
around up and down we all have .,and he watches the bird sympathize with the bereaved recently.Mr. .
silver threads among the gold; our sad spots. But If we treat go In and out and alng. relatives the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Work Guaranteed
I Shine upon my brow to-day; life each other as we wish to be treated P. S. Crews and Mrs. Howard Douglasand
ll fading fast away." life la one long, glad song I had company from Wisconsin BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green Quick ServiceEASTERN

1 e4''t' On my birthday I hummed this We are on this world going a- a have pen been pal writing and her fifteen hubby. We Janice; Blume celebrated her Mr. and Mra. Calvin Williams of spent Wednesday afternoon la

old familiar long "Sliver Thread round at a rapid pace. The sun Two funerals last week. years. seventh 'birthday anniversary Donaldsonvllle, Ga., visited Mr. Gainesville. AUTO

i Among The Gold", for when ILady's appears and then goes out of aged people. I have letters from Both with a party at the home of her and Mrs. W. H. Williams from Mrs. Annie Lewis la spending SUPPLY

sight, whoopee! Here we are go- Clay Hill that parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hester Thursday until Sunday. While In while In Tallahassee with Mr. and STARKE, FLA.
Stomach Was Ing toward the sunset of life, then they were having Blume, Monday afternoon. A service overseas Calvin William !'
rain. Sweet letter from Shirley Mrs. Ovid LewiS
to another world, death the great- variety of summer blossoms wait received serious injuries to his
Like A Gas Factory Mosley, a small girl.! She has a
; est of all adventures.On used to" decorate the rooms used eyes and now has a seeing eye
lot of pets, a dog, cat
a a calf
Meals Turned To GasOne on this occasion. Ice cream was dog Keith. Keith's performancesIn
my birthday, my neighbors and a hen and ten biddies. I wanta
served with slices of birthday line of duty were interesting THE PICTURE YOU
lady said recently that her surprised me In the afternoon. tent.canary now and I will be con cake to the boy and girls who : to observe. Miss Betty Williams DIDN'T TAKE TODAY

stomach used to be like a "gaa They came in with presents and Dorothy Manning a ninth were present. went home with Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
I grade girl this has been CAN NEVER BE TAKEN
+ + ;d factory!I" That Is, when aha ate a eats, and gay laughter singing year During the party hours out-of- D. Williams to visit Donaldnonville -
a; r meal It seemed i to turn right Into a cold she wrote they had a doors games were enjoyed. relatives for several weeks.Hampton TOMORROWNOW
preacher at Clay Hill named Rev. Is the time to get
She had
4 gas.awful stomach was always gas bloated pain, daily Protect Your UpholsteryWith Willis and they had a good ser Mrs. J. R Parker honored her . . . MQVIKS of those growing l++

headaches and constant Irregular Good Durable? mon. She Is looking to the openIng daughter. Clarissa, with a birth- Youngster You don't have to

bowel action. Now however, this of school In August. Mable day party at her home Friday buy expensive"' Camera or Pro-

lady lay she !la FREE of STOMACH Parrlah Is so happy, nice garden, afternoon. In keeping with the jectors to make movies of your vw,fODWIUREnur* o
SEAT, COVERSTAILORED peppers sweet and hot. ((1 like hot chosen color scheme, the floor By Mr, M. C. Sweeney
i' 'fe GAS and she the own.Ve will rent them to '
kv lays change . II e you Hi
li due to taking INNER-AID. Her peppers.) They had been to Long length dress worn by the little for a very small fee and your

q ill meals agree with her. No gall or TO Branch to church. honoree was of white net over Services at the Christian Churchon only Investment In the film. ANYAWETIT'\

+ bloat after eating. Headaches and I FIT YOUR I have learned two things. Try pink taffeta. Clarissa stood with: Sunday were conducted by Como In today for further
'} constipation are gone. "Ohl! what putting a cloth or' small towel In her mother to greet her guestsas I Preston Durden, of the Salvation Information

relief! states this lady.rhy :; : : INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE the bottom of your fork and knife they entered the living room. Army Camp Keystone Heights, HILL'S
r I don't other gas and constipation : and spoon drawer In the cabinet. I The beauty there was enhancedby !in the absence of the pastor, FredS. Hollywood Camera COFFEE

7c 4 sufferers get INNER-AID?" The top of the vanilla bottle now, effective arrangements of pink Dodd, who Is on a month's and Gift Shop SHOP
t INNER-AID contains 12 great 7/i Colors To Suit Is tin and hold. a teaspoonful of I summer flowers and greenery. vacation in Tennessee and Indi 151
I Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear extract. Be sure. to measure first Entertainment Was afforded by ana. Call St. at R. R. Starke CALL ST.
Your ,
I gas from stomach, act on sluggish Taste with a spoon and after that use contests In which prizes were won Miss Betty Home left last Fri IJ ..- ,,; STAKKE FLA.\
liver and kidneys Miserable people tho bottle cap to measure when by Spanky McLendon Tom Longof --
for S. C, where
day Reevesville
soon feel different all over. STARKESEAT making a cake. I always make Starke, Patsy Kucera and Bar
she will visit her
So don't go on suffering! Get COVER CO. tea In a crockery pitcher and bara Bates. After the opening of grandmother
Mrs J. H. McAlhaney, and other
I! i INNER-AID. Sold by all drug pour over ice in glass to make the gifts the boys and girls were
tores. (Adv) Court & Madison Sts. Iced tea. It has a better taste served Ice cream and cake In the relatives.
than when you cool the tea. Next dining room. The table was covered Barbara Ann Bailey of Jack-

r week I will give you a sunshine with a white linen cloth and sonville, !la spending this week
.,,,,. I II with her Mr. and THIS ATLAHT1C EQUALS ANY BEER HI
rW Gt s i AI. aras cake recipe. Here Is a good Icing was centered with an exquisitely grandparents, r
2 decorated pink cake. Little birds
I recipe: egg whites In the top of
_7\ From where I sit:. .Jy Joe Marsh a double boiler, add 5 tbps. cold perched. on top of the cake held Jay Alderman, Jr., and Lang-
water and 1 1-2 cups of sugar. eight lighted tapers and CLAR ford Hicks were among the 4-H

Stir add 1.4 tp. cream of tartar, ISSA In icing encircled It. Party: Club members, who enjoyed a The Premium Beer
-I 1 tp. vanilla. Beat with rotary napkins and miniature basket of tour of dairies in Nassau and '

Willie Goesto egg beater over boiling water 7 candles further emphasized the Duval Counties last Fililay. at the Popular Price i

min. Remove and beat until you anniversary motif. Mrs. Parkerwas Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey left

School at 23 can spread on a cold cake. This assisted In hospitalities by last week on a vacation trip to TLANTICMothers:
Is good. Miss Peggy Caldwell. Mr. Kelsey'a former home In In- C

i God bless all until diana. i AIE EER 1, #" '
}I' Everybody'soehingWillieWella ever now. They're lnduntrlnn and you next En route from Hot Springs, NO
';'JI about going back to school. They well-behaved-thelr favorite beverage week. Love, -Lura.iv Ark., where they had spent July Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hall spent II. 'r.uol aoed cheer'i i*

remember when Willie would hide Is milk or a temperate glass : rinrriT ('0 v nT". IIR.4nFOIlD to their home !in Lake Worth Mr. Thursday and Friday of last weekIn ." i
4 r a v Iy out in the woodshed-scared to of beer. For them the "three R'." COI''I'Y.' '. KLOIIIUAl 11'1 CIIANVEHY. ; and Mrs. K. W Parks and son Ocala, attending the Ovilette I II

l + tiring his report card home to Fa. seem to mean: Responsibility Re. Anthony Yir..J *. Billy and Buddy, were guests of I Baptist Bible School. Friday I t' ,q'' al.e.
fr.caVe and Mrs. Hall entertained
night Mr.
Agnes t.. ., JJufendunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow
+ But under' the G.I. Bill of sourcefulness Restraint. No. B80S.OKDRR. Mrs Helen Tucker, of
;i $+ OF PUBLICATION Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. I ..
r Rights Willie (who has a wife and From where I sit, cynical folks ANI> NOT1CF) TO APPRAK i Carter returned to their Lake Tampa and Mrs. Heard Burnetteof e-aar' s..r

a baby) Is getting a free education who thought veterans wouldn'twant Agnes 8TATH J.! Urell.01. FLORIDA.. whoa renldnnreami : lllre. Worth home with Mr. and Mrs. Lutz.

; ri"' at the Agricultural College.. to return, school-wouldn't 1 Adilreim le: % IJriui Calmat Parks after having been with relatives Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay moved '
: :And Uncle Sun J Je giving him a tick to steady habit.of work and .130 USth Sti Corona '}.one.!, Inland 'In this ;cUoaf for *the last week to Dunellon, where they .

ti I fine report "Deportment;excel. moderation.have their answer Yo'ui arc required to appear on month. will make their future home. The ]

I I lent;; Progress, above average." In "undergraduates" like Willie. Court August and 15 147 cause In wherein the above plaintiff nntntiil Mr. and Mrs J. L;. Williamsleft Gays had resided in this com-

tw h I That goes for all those under e.eke Telegraph divorce. Bradford County Friday to spend their vaca- munity for many years, and will TELEPHONE 52-J
this Order
graduate veterans.Like Willie,they /1.u In: next four! weedy; Untie. tion with relatives In Milton and be greatly missed. I

I+. appreciate an education': store than A. .,i at witness mark: ,my Florida hand ,and thin official July sea 17!, Bonifay and other points on the Miss Louise Kelley of Brooker For The Finest PSI

I 7 t OVoW' 1947OPPICIAl.. west coast. was ,visiting Miss Harvene Wat-
s ( .. SRAL) A. 3, Thomas, I '
An Clerk. of ald Court. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier returned terson last Sunday. Diaper Service i

CopjrlfKt,1917 United Slant Dttuert Foundation T.Ily Frank Lucille I.nndrum C. Conner., Stark D, C.. Fla. : Sunday from Blowfng I Mrs. H. B. Wiggins Mrs. Geo. :
AMv.I for 1'lf.: 7-l 4t 8.8 Rock N. C., where they had visited Williams and Bon. Howell. were
----- That Modern Science and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler, In Jacksonville, shopping on

Jr., of Miami for two weeks. Tuesday.Mr. Research Can ProduceWe

Mr. and Mrs P. D. Fancher and Mrs. Albert Stringer of

spent the past weekend with Mr. High Springs were recently visit- p- #0,
You can't match the "heart" o and Mrs. Fred Miller In Perry.Mr. Ing relatives here.
and MM. Fancher were accompanied Mr.\ and Mrs. Carlton Chastain We Furnish Hospital Clean Soft Sterilized

h'9 Jt JBIGCAR QUALITY AT LOW5T S home by Mrs. Sidney and daughter Sue, were weekend : Diapers Anti-Odor M eta I Container I

Walker of Waycross, Ga., who Is visitors to Daytona Beach. : Two Deliveries Each Week.

now their gueat. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Rutledgeand .... .. ...
son, Al, of Citra, were Sun-
11 World' Champion mp Mrs. Isabelle Edwards of Jacksonville -
is day guests of Mrs. J. F. Johnson. All This For A A Day
the guest of Mr. and Only Few Cents
i r Valv.-ln-H ad Mrs. J. C. Williams.. Mrs. Ed- Fred D. Eiland of the Merchant
Marine recently arrived home
, R wards came Sunday with Mr. and

3 Ilr t r.eww.e o Design! Mrs. Wallace who. with their for Earl a visit Bright with Wildwood his family. andE. @) D wwF\ )
summer visitors Misses Joan and D "
) :::
night Nancy with Mynlhan her. spent Saturday recently. C. Lamb entertained of Jacksonville by Mr,.were and !}: I If' '

Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mra. J, B. Taylor of 52.J J
Wilma Mldlock and daughter
Jacksonville LE V e
were Monday over- Marilyn of Jacksonville, visited
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. relatives here Sunday.Brooker. "
\v. Brannen.

Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- . ., r .. a l I I tr
liam Morgan during the past week

were Mrs Rebecca Harris of Seville -
Joe Hall of Jacksonville and

Fronle Murphy of Starke. By Mrs. T. W. Markey
t Si } n t I II '. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Gibson and . II II

I tis children, Pamela and Hubert Jr.,
and Mr. and Mrs. J.: A. Wlllli and Mrs Rosa Flnholater and Miss

Lamar Gibson all of Jacksonville, Lubedla Plnholster left Wednesday -

were dinner guests of Mr. and for Miami where they will
Mrs. J. W. visit relatives.I
... ..' I Woodward at noon
.. < .
--..;.& 'Sunilav f' v Mr. and Mrs R. K. Dukes and

t Th. new Chevrolet li the fow.f-prfced once at towel prlce.j ((2)) billion of mllet \ and Mrs. J.:If.yMr *-Bradley had children of Dukes were dinner

motor car with a Valve-ln-H.ad Engine of lervlce to owners and ((3)) number of as their. guests. Sunday Mr. andafire. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W.

the type of car engine which holds all owner served. In fact, this sturdy Chew Markey Sunday.
u.4 record for efficiency-for giving maltlrol.t Volve-ln-Head Engine hat delivered 4 Mrs. Harvey Baxter and son

mum power from every ounce of fuel. more mile, for more owners, over a longer CIUXMTS I Charles of Jacksonville spent Sun- ] = 1 r of fine
," Moreover, C/wvrofet'i Vaht-in-Htad Enperiod., than any other automotive engine '1" Initial M. Smith day with her parents, Mr andMrs. '
g'ne Is the "champion of champion" on all built They were .i y's
today, regardleu/ of type size or Wade Hfrrell. ;
i these counhu ((1)I) Valv.-ht-Head p.formprice'' asl accompanied home" by Jo Ann drycleaninfl J

who had spent part of last week ,
You cant match. Chevrolet' BIG r with her grandparents. skill
I Chevrolet gives yoy! *. MO-CAR iryCna of lady by CAR COMFORT ol tows out, ..1.1d of Starke
Carrie Ingram
; Plebs-ududv. to Chevrolet In the lowest-pric range. eftfter_IK* outstanding comfort / -
tih Chevrolet aim brings you the safely of Miner" Unhreel, of lt. Kneo-Actioft spent the weekend with Mr. and ..iliter
q n body coMhvcDon, the Knee-Action Rid. and PotJHveActlon Gliding. ldeor r Mrs. E. T. Stewart. r
Hydraulic Brakes-a combination/ of safety factors thK too,U ..adu.I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdln and IranlnC'
( found only In Chevrolet and m careful dry
higher-priced con Ive to Chevrolet 1 Mrs. Trlest of Waldo were visiting a thorough yeturtsd
In lit price range. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes treatment here, your clothe are t

Thursday.Mr. to you fresh and sweet-revltal P'd
1" t
+ ''I Be wUe! Keep your present car In good and Mrs. Earney Johnson perfectly pressed, to h a n g sleek. d

i running condition s and children of Lake Butler were smooth. Smartly dressed women drP'..
by bringing It to u. for and fa",.
Friday lmt
her parents their
visiting on our skiD to protect
killed service, now and at regular Interval, were accompanied home by Earl Cure In a special technique, no ..at"urlt. *-*'

I until you secure delivery of your new Stokes who spent the weekend, lf. a real wardrobe" vrROUT. .
Q Chevrolet. Come In=toobyf with them.
.,t(;'J/.j,/ t Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stokes and

u- eon' 'R?' 4 Kw children and Mr. and Mrs. Resale

CHEVROLETTORODE -" .. It". .i us HI'*.14re1..1 >,,TH .... Carlton spent last week at Earl- PHONE 133II
VI rmwr TN.r NK.ivn.e.tt"
: In rear tHI UM "t.|.......r..eg11 ton Beach. and 31jGREEN
A jl ON TWP I ir''" | Mr. and Mrs. Lyon Crosby
STABlE children of Greensboro spent last % G Temple
tnt CO. week here with relatives.
AND t LAUNDRY t Mrs. Howard Mott and .Mrs OwnerBRADFORD

STARKE, FLA. rHONI 21 CHEN IVM OINf' Jacksonville.Lyon Crosby spent Saturday in Sara

Mr. and Mrs. E. TV Stewart


: "1

8, 1947 BRADFORD

hotel News Ing be the Saturday leader of evening.the Youth Meet-These placed this In fund.the offering will go Into F. P. & L. AdvisesOil Yvonne De Carlo Maria M o n tez -Robert- Paige; known. -

meetings are doing much In Sabu and Trenton Foster, will 1'-u- lire required to Appear on
train- An Interesting program has For HeatingWarm Brian August It ,1X7, In the above harmed
Ing the Youth for future Chris- been planned for the 8 o'cloc Donkvy Star comprise the mld-woek double uutM Mild niitiKv, wherein plain
Le Tabernacle tian leadership. evening service Yesterday In New Park Film feature at the Park next Wednesday :relxxrupli Irf MoeKa divorce shah niiulinii Bradford. thl.County Ord.r ,
Good reports The Youth Well, and Thursday.For In next four weekly Inane.
were maybe, but
received at Fellowship meets at the Florida Wltnnn my hand' and nfrtolnl' .
ngregatlona are finding the meeting Monday evening of 7 o'clock In the recreation build- Power & Light Company Is providing Blazing In splendid technicolor Us weekend doube; nil! Fri- Neal lit titarko, Florida, this lull I
Lnacle very cool and iniLe work being done by the Christian Ing. a thought to cool you off. "The Song of Scheherazade", day and Saturday Aug. 13, 16, 10, 117. I IA.
hot summer evenings. Laymen. On Thursday afternoonat Prayer Meeting each Wednesdayat It's this. starring Yvonne DE'CarlBrian the Park will show "The House Clerk. of said Court. Thomas
|nvted! to avail themselves the meeting of the Ladles 8 p. m Mrs. E. K. Perryman, You have 144 downright chilly Donlevy, and Jean Pierre Aumont of Dracula" with Lon Chancy. Hy Liiolll. C. Conner' D C.
Klvera Anderson,
comfort and enjoy the NLEA Auxiliary clothing will be Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs. Titus days coming to you each year; will be shown at the Park The- Martha CVDrlacnll and Lionel Springs! Fla" Ores
I singing and stirring mes- prepared for welfare distribution. Olson will lead the discussion on 1000 hours of being too The Sponsor announces as his the topic "Rules of the Church". comfort even In South Florida Eve Arden, Philip Reed and popular western star, William
I Susan Wallace, secretary subject for Friday evening "The unless your house Is heated. Charles Klllman have the main Boyd. ATHLETES FOOT ITCH

Tabernacle, Is enjoying a Great Apostacy". First Baptist Church"For Feeling cooler now? supporting/ roles In this colorful IV nnrriT COI-HT. nii\i>rnHiroi > HOW TO STOP IT
location with relatives inn Then, according to J. H. DuPre musical drama. 'MTV, "'KI.OKIIM.: IIUN-' MAKE 5 MINUTE TEST

[ her absence Miss Christian Church Such an Hour" will be the Manager for the Florida Power "Dend of the Night", a thrilling Leland CKHT.F. Rogers, Plaintiff, v. CM TfMM. at any dm* .tor*.
Legel W taking care of title of the pastor's sermon Sun- and Light Company, it's time for mystery, and "Tangier", starring Mildred B7M. ltoirer, Defendant Case this POWERFUL rKNKTMATINarM. ., ,=
No. FULL I'ITR"tNOTH. Mnctu.
k of the office. Mid-week Prayer Service Wed day morning at 11 o'clock in the you to be thinking of the winter \ ORDER OF PPBUOATION MUM to L NBW 1aN
for- won't send one of thorn right ANI) NOTII"I'1 TO APPEAR nmlfrt .r ..Iwtile. teklra1.tmf al
people are nesday 8 p. m. at the church. First Baptist Church. In the heating problems and with Oil I you 8TATH' 0r FI-Ollir to: MildredRoiieri I
Bible School worM In the nation In the cause not electricity.The now. whose r.nlilnnc. I. un t'ANOVA \KMACY
'eturn of Miss Phyl- Sunday 10 a. m.
the -- --
from college at St. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 of Christ there Is today the greatest Florida Power anti Light I
.In m. by the need for leaders being led by Company has proved! that oil
She will probably p. ,pastor. Wm. T. Men.
Ilan _11I1.aaaaaaaaaalHaB>B.aaaaaliaiaaaaaaiBaa>ia>.aaal shew of Lake Butler will be supply the Spirit of God. heating for your home In seven! 'JI//Jen 1///ntM a,1teJ.1WILL
pastor while the Rev. J. B. At the 8 p. m. hour of .song times cheaper than electricity:
Dixon Is on vacation.Methodist and. worship following the Happy and the Power Company/ has even I
Hour of songs and choruses, the written a book on the subject I
a cinch to relieveLETE'S message by the pastor will be, titled "The Bus that Church "Getting What You Need." Breakfast' This book which

FOOTNEURA'BALM Sunday School at 9:43: studies shows the type of oil heaters best -
Services In the Methodist Church '
the wine man's advise "Against suited to Florida homes, la avail .
Sunday morning, Aug. 10, will be 1J
I Strong Drink". Training Unions able at the Florida rower & I
conducted by the pastor, Rev. W. meet at 6:43: : p. m. to discuss "The Light Co.. offices.. The booklet' YOU
EIE'S WHAT IT DOES J. Churchwell. Sermon topic: Christian Leaders Source Book". also suggests that you get your
"We Have
prant .11.f .... ..........,... Solution", based Rev. L. D. Halnes will bring the oil heater now, before the rush
i Itching. 21I1a .11 "IVi upon the scripture, Eph. 2:13: : message at the State Prison Sunday starts. The Power Company does
which catchy, ..th....... (Goodspeed) translation.The at 9 a. m. on the subject, not sell oil heaters but It has HAVE ENOUGH" J JLPGAS
..- 3 .-Obs.lv.. ... line .M.MINI official board, at Its last "Watching the Potter". suggested to heater manufacturer -
... M whkn Ath.....-.foe* regular meeting, passed a resolution .
L. ml. Ifcrl.. 4--.'.. .heal.. making the second Sunday In that they Increase their
Lw, cracked, peeling n ...,", akin each month the "New Building Presbyterian Church allotments for this section.
f nei end ... She tee,. Fund Sunday", All loose
_..o! N'eU'ra-balm la ra .,.." ... In and special building fund envelopes Chaplain Leslie A. Shepherd of mite warm lust remember you t
I MblKc'l Fuel la that if Mia at the the State Prison at Raiford. will have 144 chilly days coming to
MO it trouble fungi: an by Costars kitlm* The all *WVE, highly of be guest minister In the Presbyterian your even if the weather man
i plant molds and parasites row Church next Sunday morn- '
hut.: feet. So \ The housewife food In ,
e on perspiring! cans .
tfftfHift 10 helping' keep THIS JERCwAS LATE FOR Ing. at 11 A. M. Chaplain Shep-
mars perspiratloo. its herd will preach on the subject,
analgesic /
WEDDINGPHONE for in winter.
t pun tad Itching. .. "A Pattern for Big Living". season use
;a Dr. J. Warren Kaufman, pastorof
|fcwrd Against He-Infection
e 4 the Church, will return from The farmer stores feed for
r fret to a rub with Neurabalm tone
fungi 1 and to help prevent a vacation in the near future: and *
d J lenoua caw from developing. will fill his pulpit on August 17. E his livestock for winter feed FUEL IS ALSO NECESSARY:
-Im is delightful to rue! It leaves '
clean and refreshed ia grease Visitors and friends are cordially
Nicky, does not stain the akin I Invited to join with the members
ft.and. nor we destroy how quickly tiasue. Gee at brings hotI of the Church In all services. ing. Are you storing this ,
| elcome. relief. Head directions m'or
other, valuable information. At will need this winter?
i in 2)#, 75*. sad 'I.Z' bottlea.fftr IN MEMOUYIn summer the Butane-Propane you .

,achlnp mu..I.I...tired, I
loi" burning
of dear
.1Ncrn bmim Itching skin.lURA'BALM. loving memory our For install additional LP-Gas storage
husband and father, T. D. Dyal, your own protection
who departed this life August 13,
150 'I 1945. capacity. Stock your LP-Gas during the summer months.

Deep In our hearts a picture '
)IIVI Or fOOt till ruNOI COMMON ON ATHIITI'S CONTACT STARKE TAXISER VICE More precious than sliver or See us today. I

It's gold.a picture of our dear hue-: PHARMACISTPhone
band and father. I :
---- :
Whose memory will never grow: 213 Slade Gas Co. Phone ;a
Longer {Wear I old I 61 STARKE

Through Expert Repair The evening star shines on the On-the-Minit Service E. Call St. 121
grave I (NEAR It. U. TRACK: ) I II
NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES Of the one we loved but could'
not save. Itf I ,
God took him home, it was his

103 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. And will in our hearts we. love him, ,tt .\ ,

Sincere tin. and true in hla hear ''II

and mind, I
av IFORD11 toy
Loving and kind In all his ways. r

UNDERSTANDINGbased Upright and just to the end of: FRONTI I rI
his days.

fence and upon Serving long !dignifies years of wide this funeral'homfl e-YpQr Your smile loving; face, your patient

with a superior excellence in We ruse you, how our heart
handling affairs of sacred discretion. are sore. I

As time goes by we miss you .

Your more.loving smile, your gentle I It

face, t
No one can fill your vacant

AMBULANCE SERVICE Bereaved place wife and children


Our local funeral home enables us to IX CIHCIIT cot RT. nn \I>FOHI..
offer Cot %'rv. Fi.oiiiini i* tut:*
conveniences and services not <'BRV. ..
otherwise available. e Ida Bru'nuon, Plaintiff v*. Alexander .
lironnon. Defendant. Cain. No.
.U1. II 1
furnish the highest type service at the lowest price AND ORDER NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR ,
Tit ANY life insurance policy In force Issued by ANY com STATE OF FbOKIDA tn: Alexander -
lu payment In In full on a funeraL Consultation lirontion, who. residence and
part or address .In: 19201 Keutlni Ave. (Ht.A. .)
@II no obligation. % J, Mummem. Detroit, Michigan
You are required to appear on
September I. IU,7, In the ,ahoy*

plaintiff named Court......k.ana dlverc cause, Br.d'ord wherein Your Ford Dealer knows your Ford best because :

Order County In Telegraph next (.!ur shall weekly ptibll.h: ImieH.WltneuM this. ,
my hand and offlrla R '
t seal. at Starke. Florida thl July !

(OFFlVlAI\.? SEAL A. J. Thnmn. : ,,:
A. Clerk of .,,101 Court. "I
T. Frank Lnndrum. Utarke. Fla. 1. FORD 1RAINED 2. SPECIAL FORDEQUIPMENT
Alt,, for Pit. 8-1 .t $.21 1'
: (%


cI Fresh WaterBREAM y They're Ford-trained to repair Ifs the equipment whfdi
I if your car In the quick j Ford engineers know willet

rime at great saving give your Ford the bed
-( to you service. ,
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Any time..

Anxhere.weather.... ARE BACKAfter ,
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Any .,j ))7'DFPENDA81E .


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"p vroru" failure ) 'f! They'r.designed and mad* We use the methods which
gas I is the mod about power -
I.ad tarma beyond the gas plete details about "Pyro- fSH you're replacing. They fir gives you the best Ford
swan. It provides a conl.is" Can Service and the fRel tISH better, work better, last l Service In the thort.it Hm

bent, uninterrupted flow home appliances you need U ... rr longer. at the lowest cott.ESTIMATES S

*' real 8. ,"rvul refrigerator, COME DOI'NAXD { "
','.!OC Chef GET YOURS
.''n'''oupaiitomot.o! 5 -Sn .
er hea teor.W.tl; '
5' J 'ax"gas you MagnoliaFish FREE- USE 'OUR PLAN "

ton Hardware & Furniture Co., Inc. Market ANDREWS MOTOR CO. '

Phone 3391 Trenton, Fla. Phone 37 "? Phone" 118Il' hSttirkeIFia.



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(>,\ !. EIGIIT __ GE'tT
-- ----
..--- f lames, Jr and daughter, Delores' house here on Friday while en- ,
Youth Caravan Week who visited with the Kochs whileat I route to- their'home in Long la- .1p, .

' + Closes Here Tonight Local. News Arcadia, will stop by their I land.IMMEDIATE I
11 '
1 t '
Eighty-seven.: young people N .
crowded the Methodist Recreation Mr Bertha Pearce rctilmert 1 M14't I X53 Ipr % DT
building: Monday night when ,the Monday "night by plant from .k
Garfield Evans" SSib-! Union Pomona Calif., where she visited _
+ Joined with the activities being her Hon-ln-law and daughter. Mr
conducted here this week by the and Mrs. C L. Hill, for the past
w Methodist Youth Caravan. month. On the return trip she \
Refreshments were nerved! after stopped with friends in Dallas, 'lGtNEAAL
a period of study, worship, and Texas
recreation.The Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Sale were I
r }j Caravan activities will weekend guests of Mr and Mr.,
q !>r come to a clone tonight (Friday) Ed En or at Jacksonville Beach ZUCAutomauti _
i with an Impressive candlelight Doyle E. Conner, past presidentof
P service preceded' by a dedication Florida Future Farmers of i
r + and communion service. The pro- America leaves tpday to spend lan atIty

q .1+, r, I gram will begin at 8:30: o'clock' two weeks at Camp Mlnlwanca, _
1 I ; and the public la cordially Invited. the Mummer training camp of the a I ,
American Youth\ Foundation at

;4Rototiller" Will Be Shelby, Mich. Doyle was one ol CS
the four Florida boys to receive ? _
5 Demonstrated Here Danforth Foundation Leadership /p e"

Training Scholarships to the campIn
Li A free demonstration of the new recognition of their outstandingwork
Lt' Graham-Palge Rototlllcr, which in FFA. I
discs and harrows In one '
plows Mr. S. E. Brownlee returned /
operation, will be held' here Sat-
Tuesday from a month's visit with
at 3 o'clock. The
urday afternoon
her son-in-law and daughter
I exhibition will be held opposite
p (
Judge and Mm. A. V. Long at
tho BAM Drive-In just south ofStarke their summer camp near Melrose. DELIVERY ON ALL G. E. APPLI- .
on the Gainesville high Mrs. Mae Edwards has returned .

way.Robert home ater a two weeks' visit ANCES. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. EASY ...
L Perry demonstrator' /
f, 't *
with her son and daughter-in-law
I c'p ; with Heyward-Allen Motor Co., TERMS
"' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edwards of
6 GalDRHVllle agents for the Bototlller -
Homestead. She also visited Mr.
+ ( stated that everyone I If,) welcome I- Worth of Bike Accessories
I tn i to attend. and Mrs. Henry Freeman and Mr. G. J. McGriffStarke $5.38
,1 and Mrs. Larry Rogers In Miami. Purchase of
h Included with
4l fc! I
Mm. Wilbur A. Scott returned a
Saturday from Ottawa. Canada
' k W.C.T.U. where she visited her parents Mr. EACH 55.55 BICYCLE
and Mrs. W. F. Babcock and other 225 Temple Ave. -:- Phone 72 Tlrts....,.'
DOES IT MARK SENSE relatives forseveral weeks. Mr.
19, by Babcock is Improving after 8i> INCLUDES ALL THESE EXTRAS GEORGIAN
1 tl 'r at yy1 Florence Marshall Rtellwagen.We serious Ulricas.O. I 12e Bike Wrench 2.98 Bike Basket '
.< L. Bensley and Mr. K. G.
Lock 1.39 Saddle Cover 279.95 5 5I
.. 49c Bike
hope t upend millions In Duncan spent the weekend fish-
} 9i i Ne ', cancer research; ing at Cedar Keys I lIe Lock Holder 29c Fender Flap
e The ruUHu. we're determined to GREEN'SGROCfRY A superb instrument tint
Mr. and Mrs Donald
{ Champion will family treunn
find; of Tulsa, Ohla, are moving to for 7rS\:: come.lull out
f While rhurarti-r-canror we foster Denver Colo., where they will ;) record player. Eight tuba
KM+!? 1 Ii
by drink make their home wfylle!1 Mr. Including rectifier.
That numb, dull, and d..ad..nthe
mind. Champion, attends the A. & A. PAY ONLY 3.00 A WEEK
College.' Mrs. Champion Is the
t + The National Voice..
( ) '
former Miss Lorraine llai tmann.
Mr and MI'''. W. E Torode and
sons Charles and Billy are spending .
mil Service-Phone 86
+ two weeks In the Smoky Delivery
d1i Mountains of North Carolina.Mrs. .
u I STRONG COMICS L W. Koch with her Yellow Rose, Guaranteed FREE INSTALLATION
l (daughter Mrs. Paul Hudgins, and
i, Different Each Week granddaughter Kay, have returned
Self ;FLOUR 24 Ibs/n.79
Rising .III
from Arcadia where they have
WATCH The Happenings ,
Ft it,1iii
o + ALL
1 been vacationing the past 10 days. i r
,, t Mr. Koch and Mr. Hudglns joined TS'Jir yj'Y; TYPES
I { i them on the weekends. Mr and :

;Mrs. James Hudglns and son Lge. Pkg. Duz or Oxydol .31 ,it'One


Iml!:?OA JOYCE: CALLENMr. Pepsi Cola & Coca Cola, 6 for .25 6 95up COVERS SEAT e'

and Mrs. Wm. J. Callen an- coup
nounce the birth of a daughter
Brenda Joyce, in the Shadycrest
Hospital on August 2. Mr. Callen MILK 2 tall cans - .25 I
la a pharmacist' mate in the t-,
Navy and he and his family re-
side at 402 E Madison St. .
-f .Jh.. 7 7"Poptf1ar The following births have been //
No. 2 Cans Tomatoes .15
ud i+ t ; announced, by Shadycrest Hospital - I \\
? He ougtib : -

to be /"-He Buys Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harris, PAINTING

'em lFTS from! Dukes 16. ,, boy Wilbur. Colin July Good<; Toilet Tissue, roll .10

Mr. and Mrs. Resale Anderson, t SUPPLY

Stark, boy, James Laurie, July _
Harley F. Strong IT. Best Grade Hamburger lb. .35 -. -
Mr. and Mrs. Excel Johnson for a five Room House
a w Headquarters Ptarke.' girl, Mary Evelyn, July
In 19. 6 Gals. Firestone
k, e Jewelry Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cheabrough, 139.95 I
yI ;w k'tt Dressed FRYERS & HENSOver Whit. Hous. Paint
1 Large Selection of SUrke girl, Swendolyn July 20.
ro4 Diamonds and Mountings !Mr. and Mrs Clarence Melton 2 Qts. Trim and
( Starke girl, Deleta' Belle, July Shutter Paint TirtttontMODEIlN
Finest Selection;; of Watches 20.Mr.
and MM. Earl Johns, Ral-
t And Jewelry Gifts in Oal. Turpentine
I Starker ford boy, Wayne Edward July Sixteen Million CLASSIC;
Gal. Linseed Oil
+ 137 W. Call ,Phone 153 and Mrs. Roy C. Johnson, American Housewives
Starke, boy William Leon July 3" Wall Brush

I fY n VtL lL. 28. COOK WITH GAS 4" Wall Brush A trie truly* to beaatttall11i the mtout.1 BB*

LAST CHANCE'! To Buy Gov't. Your Investment Itt" Trim Brush ** .y '.53.43 tube Console: Including pert om&reetlfUf-ncS.

Surplus Bldgs. at These Prices =- l illJi ''lIImll/l/lWiJ// ) .. -

Is Less Than {

i it t tt -
t 6x9: Playhouses . $10 A Penny A Day Ii> ,"" .,

I 16 x: 16 ft. Hutments $150 -- Junior _

t'' t 16 x: 48 ft. Hutments $325 For The Use of STAKE

:20 x 52 A & S Buildings $325

25 x 46 ft. building double t Equipment WAGON

hung windows . $350
l ii '11.00 Value
25 x 87 Mess Halls .- $650 And Service 'I PAY ONLY

25 x 60 Prefab. Sheds suitable I 2,00 A Will(

for garages, bus station, or lOMKOne: place where mankind hall always found Joy 10.95
r comfort and relaxation. Fully half one'a time Is sprat" In the i'ireOflSYMP110a1, ,
shed and barns
: only $250 I
hnmf' To
modernize It meant moro prld of possession more '
: i 25 x 90 Administration bldg. I comfort and convenience, more time for relaxation and Msure

; air conditioned . '. $850 I for the entire family. An Investment In Rosier Brothers Gas I
Sertlce Mill pay :you rich dividend In all the thing that go to 49.95
100-6 8 in. Posts 8 to 20 '
t to
+ i make home a better place to live In.
l I feet long. The lot . $10 Your home may be! beyond the city fa. mains. In the suburbsor *
M ''I In the Bssatifal tone Vaiixi:?if
+ t I country but It can be modernized with Rosier Brother iaclad'
? HOUGH LUMBER suitable for building barns or sheds Gas Service. No matter' how large or small your home mssbe ll.Tftranl.T.nting ,peekll'o

:. i, +4I $25 per M feet we can always meet your gas. needs. We have Butane and with tile stikM off. Junior fear a eoaiter. Krone itosl r cttaa. 'Tn-
+ .
a + Propane Can for bottles! and tanks.Don't nndoearrUc. Easy rolling ...bber.tu.... st*.i wh.sU. yVtI
Above prices 'include all wiring, /Mures, 2.00 A
forget our Credit Plan O, -thlrd down and up to Oo* fad tons qntetlr a Vesatr! PAY ONLY
plumbing and any blocks or piling now in eighteen month to pay the balance, on gas appliances and
and under buildings. tank. .

,' See Charles Camp Dwyer Blanding at Entrance Gate, ROSIER BROS. GAS CO. Firestone Home & Auto Supply

8 A. M. 5 P. M. Mon Through Sat. Phone 782-W, Box 268 Starke Fla. i 600 Temple Avenue -:_ Starke, Flu.OJ .

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Youth Caravan Week f[ James, Jr., and daughter Dolores house here on Friday while en-

i who visited with the Kochs whileat I route to- their home In Long Is-

Closes Here Tonight Local. News I Arcadia, will stop by theiri land.

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1 ISlghtv-seven young people ; '
crowded the Methodist Recreation Mr*. Bertha Pearce retained : ,

building Monday night when the Monday night by plane from

Oat-field Evans SVib-dlstrlct Union Pomona Calif., where she visited

Joined with the activities being her Hon-ln-law and daughter Mr j

conducted here this week, by the and Mrs. C. L. Hill, for the past _

Methodist Youth Caravan. month. On the return trip she I ) e

Refreshments were served aftera stopped with friends in Dallas, _

period of study, worship and Texas. _

i recreation.The: Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Sate) were

Caravan activities will! weekend guests of )fr. and Mrn

come to a clone tonight (Friday) Ed Ensor at Jacksonville Beach. .

with an impressive candlellgh Doyle E Conner past presidentof GENE.'RUSI1.1cn1Cuomaic : _

service, preceded by a dedication Florida Future Farmers of \ 0 & Th I' -

and communion service. The pro- America leaves today to upend
gram will begin at 8:30: o'clock two weeks at Camp Minlwnnca \ \

and the public Is cordially Invited. the summer training camp of the

j ; !t4R! American Youth Foundation at FlY, AUGUST, 1847 BRADFORD COUNTY TELE ORAPD. STABKB.' FLORIDA Pit

"Rototiller" Will Be Shelby MIch. Doyle was one of -- =-
the four Florida boys to receive .?r ( 111/ (incur COUIIT nilADFOIIU STATE] OF FLOKIDA to: Pill expired. term. 0. 5. 9. 10, 11. 13 of
Demonstrated HereA Danforth Foundation LeadershipTraInIng' ( OIM'V. PI.OH1KA. IH' ;IlA5I Hpnulitlnn. Whose residence IB: Call Inspectors of said election: S H. 2. C. of lIck Ii. a: Los mis
Sparks, H. F. Petnoreat. L. A. Ren- 29. & l..ot i, 1
";1(" Criek Kentucky. 1 ot Jllk U
Scholarships to the campIn Plaintiff, Albert nolda F. O. Hemingway, B. B. 141k 33 Town L
Dorothy' T. Jones, vs. You are required to appear on or N..
C1Tk. free demonstration of the new recognition of their outstanding W. Jonas, Jr. Defendant. Case September H, IV41, In the aboyenum",1 Howliind! 2* & 24 Township s JIll
Graham-Paige Rototlllcr, which work In FFA. No G867. Court and Caune -whereinplaintiff In testimony whereof I hereunto 20 East.Name : Boutt.
In < 'HUFn OF PUBLICATION aoeks divorce anil custody subscribe my name and cause the In which u,......
plows, discs and harrows! one Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR rot minor child. HradCor.l. County seal of the said' town to he hereunto ter Estate. All
operation will be held here Sat- STATE Of FLORIDA tu: AlbertW Telegraph shall publish thin orderIn affixed, thin the 6th day lit All ot a..ld. prOpprly
urday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Tuesday from a month's visit with .Jon... Jr. whose residence I.: next four weekly IHIUICH.Wltneeti AvKixtt. A. I> 1947. County ot Uratifur, Stat.bol"'
her son-in-law and daughter, % Columbia Baking Company. JJanvllte my hand and official (OFFICIAL SthAL) Chas A. Darby Ida. "
exhibition will be held opposite Virginia. HRHl at Starke Florida, thin August Mayor fy. Unless such .Ottilleal. ,
the B & M Drive-In just south of Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long at You am required to appear on 7. 1941.tOFFICIAL. ATTmT:< : Carl Johna, { tlflcatell IIhRI'' ,- 'do..."
their' summer camp near Mel rose. IMMEDIATE DELI' M:.pteml'>"r H, 1IM7 In tile above SEAL) A. J. Thomas Clty Clerk. 8.8t.. 9-& Inrr to law th. orop, d.
the Gainesville high- .. wherein In such >
Stake on named Court and caux \R Clerk of mild Court certlr'eatt )f "'
Mrs. Ma Edwards has returned plaintiff a..ek. divorce and restoration nivor &: Anderson, Orctn Cove will be sold '. the ".
way.Robert I home after a two weeks' visit ANCES. SMALL'. of maiden tuimo. Brnd ford :!|Iltlnll'. FilL. iv' mci'iT. roi'UT. "RADrORD' at the court house *ZJ>?'
L. Perry. demonstrator f: ,. County Telesrruph hail publlxh thl. ,\&tye. for Plf.- 8-8 4t 9-89 ('OI '10.I1. PLOItlltAl. IM CHA- first Mondny in month: oil f
j with Heyward-Allen Motor CoOalnmivllle .. with her son and daughter-in-law. Order In next four weekly Imiues. 11ht'. bar 1947. which I IF 'b,, 'hI
Mi', and Mrs. Joe Edwards! of Wit none my hand and uCflclalneal Dolly Unlmaa West Wright, PlaintIff September In 4-
agents for the Roto- at :.!Starke Flnrlilii thin AuKU 1\ IIK4III'. t(>I'HT' IIIIAIIFDHU vn. Bernard Luther Wright Dated thin nf ti.,
- tiller, stated that everyone l I" welcome Homestead She also visited Mr. 7. 1941. 4.q.I > I V. PMMIIIJ/ll IM' CI1AN Defendant Cane No. S8D6 rOFKiciAL s'.t\1.:: A. ,,
"'IAl. SEAT.) A. J. Thorn. '. OF PUBLICATION j
and Mrs. Henry Freeman and Mr. G. (OFFI' ( :IIY.Donald ORDER Clerk of Circuit Court
to attend. As Clerk of ease Court K. Lamb, Plaintiff "... Florence AND NOTICE TO APPEAR County Florida. nf
and Mrs. Larry Rogers in Miami. JoMeph K. Skipper, Jacksonville M. Lamb, Defendant. Cane STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. "I
Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott returned Fla.Atty." No. 6864.OKI Bernard Luther Wright. whose real-
Stark for Plf. 8-8 4t 829cotmr. )KR: OF PUBLICATION dene and address I. 2800 2nd IN cmriir oiiHr. .RII
W.C.T.U. Saturday from Ottawa, Canada < AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Avenue Richmond Virginia. eosrSry'. '' ri'U. I,
where she visited her parents Mr. STATIc OF FLORIDA to: Florence You are required to appear on ( .JIIV.Willie
I CIUCVEI' fluIADFOHDCouvTY. M. 'Lamb whose residence le. 1601South August IS, 1947, In the above named Merle Thornto. PII,'
and Mrs.! W. F. Babcock and other FLOItlUA. IX VUANJosephine ; wherein "n tiff EdwIn Edgar!
225 Temple Ave. ,, Taylor Street, Philadelphia, Court and cause, pin. Thrntui Dtr
DOES!:" IT MAKK SENSE relatives tor- several weeks. Mr. 'Ell Y. R. Falrcloth .Plaintiff. Pennaylvanla seeka divorce. Bradford County CaRe No 6H03
f You to on hall this OrderIn ORDER OF'AND PI'BI.ICATI'
are required appear Telegraph publish '
by Babcock Is Improving after 4 Worth A .Falrcloth. Defendant. September. 8, 1947 In the above next four weekly Isiuea' NOTH'E TO APP
Florence Marshall Stellwagcn. serious Illness. CaKe No. E8IIOUDEH named Court and cause wher.ln WitnesS my hand and official STATE OF FLORIDA !?
v OP PUBLICATION'AND plaintiff eeek divorce. Bradford Real at Stark Florida, this July Edgar Thornton whom mil
Beasley and Mr I\\: G. unknown.
County Telelrr..ph shall publlnh thin 17. 1941.
We hopn te spend million. In STATS' OF FLORIDA to: WorthA. You are required to
Duncan spent the weekend fish Order In next four weekly Usuea.Wltmnn (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas \
residence I I.
whose : %
lrcloth. August 18, 1947. In the it'T
cancer research: my hand and official As Clerk of laid Court.
ing at Cedar Keys. 1 Laundry Department Knuox ancjHuHnex seal at Starke, Florida this August By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. Court and cause nhrreliu
The we're iletcrnilncd to
cause Mr. and Mrs. Donald Championof CR .: Hotel Spring Lake 8. 194T T Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. eeks divorce. BnUfort, '
find; (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomaa Atty. for Plf. 7-18 4t 8-8 Telegraph shall piimiuli u.
Tulsa Okla. are moving to You are required to appear on An Clerk of _Id Court. In next four weekly Ing
Whlln 'hariM'ti-r-canc I.. above *
8 the
we September 1847 Witness
Denver, Culo., where they will Rivera A: Anderson Oreen Cove my mllo
fir by drink. named Court and cause, wherein Fla NO'rlCI'' OF APPLICATION FOR StarkB' Florida,
make their home wtylle Mr. plaintiff ..eek. divorce. Bradford SprlnirH. TAX DEED 'is"?. Ik
for Plf. 8-8 4t 8-20
That numb, dull, and d..ad..ntile shall bUsh thin Atty. ,.
County Telegraph pu Ito Bill No. J84ISNOTIe'E
mind. Champion attends the A. & A. Order In next four weekly l_ unltneim .. IS HEREBY GIVEN that A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of StAL) A, i.T
College. Mrs. Champion Is the \'\ my hand and official 'OTICH .OP KIKCTIO'V" M. F. Wiggins the holder of the By Luclllo <-.said fourl,
(The National Voice.) former Mlxs Lorraine seal I at Starke Florida thin August I. I. Charles Derby Mayor of I following certificates hall filed said 'Conner. D.C
Haitmann. 7. 19f1 Btarke.. Pier by virtue of the 'certificates for a tax deed to be ? |
__________________________ Mr. and Mis. W. E. Torode and i (OFFICIAL" < SEAL) A. J Thoma., authority veati J In me by* wh..t; issued thereon. The certificate 3.sr&s's"r'"iii5Office '' ;
As ,''''r''' of Maid Court. hereby cell an election to be of Issuance, the
sons Charles and Billy are spending Joseph K. Skipper I William I Bldir. at the. City Hall In the aforesaid ::: ";t10ndole the property, and
risssijtn.rmsSTRONG two weeks in the Smoky Delivery SEYellow 7 W. FcirMVth St, JnikHonvllle. FlaAtty : town by the qualified voters onTuesday the names In which It was assessed mipplIcH of all lilt
Mountains of North Carolina. for rif 8-8 4t 8-29 September 9th, 1947 forthe are a. follows: \ .
purpose of electing the fo'iiow- Certificate No. 11 Tear of 1.- now stO'ke.l at the Br
COMICS Mrs. L.V.. Koch with her R. IN ('III("('.'r coriir.' DIIAIJFORD 'no offlcera: Riiance June 1, A. D 1945. '
.laughter, Mrs. Paul Hudgins. and ('OI'r..ry, ....OIUI)t, II CHAM-" One Mayor Description of Property Lots 2, 4. County Telegraph.
('EI'V. One Clerk Treasurer Tax
Different Each Week granddaughter, Kay have returned Mite "Hpiiulcllnir. Plaintiff vi,. Rill AttHeMnr and Tax CollectorOne
Self FIX{ "bpailldlnir. Defendant ('".. Mo, 5797.OKDKR Marshall
WATCH The Happenings from Arcadia where they have Rising : OF PUBLICATION Two Aldermen for two years CLASSIFIED1I I IFOR
been vacationing the past 10 days. AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR On. Alderman for one year un-

Mr. Koch and Mr. Hudgins joined --

hem on the weekends. Mr. and I YOUR CAR we have a new I DON'T FOUOHT auinmnWl
Duz PHIf.CO auto radio) Immediate tlon every Wednwdny, I
UJ :Mrs James Lge. Pkg. >
Hudglns son
( Installation, As low a* $42,/BOPHKPHKRD ( Lt' sUck v
RADIO SERVICE Buy or sell.talneevill. ||,

BIRTHS Court at Madison streets, Btarfcett t FOR RENT-2-room mod.

& *gj, 1KKMJA JOYCK CALLENMr. Cola & C nlnhed electric cnttHKe refrigerator Hm, Aim|u.
; i Pepsi LIST YOUR FAICMr CITY AND fuinlnhed "nlili :to...

and Mrs. Win. J. Callen announce 3- BUSINESS 'PROPERTY ,.", only.Temple Ave. Phon ilL

the birth- on at__ a_ daughter.____.-.--, r em' "
Brenda Joyce. In the Shadycrest \ ,

Hospital on August 2. Mr. Callen MILK 2 tall C2 J ? STROUT "':: ;l ""L FOR SALE
Is a pharmacist's mate in the ONB CONCRHTE: !EtOCK I
A '1.......". .l..tl..r of conn for sale. Una 3 aliCIa
Navy and he and hU family reside ... try .ruiivrf?. HUM, ........ ...... uathH. l'omlII'ol!> ,tfima.Aluo ,
at 402 E. Madison St. tl.WMt fair' ,,f fInaie.- Ferme- 2 WAREHOUSES lotl
..1 7 -.1'.......... Ro7rr from all over The following births have been : Free nnen lletlnic. Free for hauling.
No. 2 Cans Ton 1.UMIIKIII Id, '.!. '
*' announced by Shadyorest Hospital E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCYr.pr..nt..1 12, 0- 70.Vlnilnwl; lXII. ( rFlumblnir
Ibpi4arHe ought : 1 Flttlnx" H frHtnum |
l Locally HvP. .
hollers, i ust In' Rid
to He U. He C. HOI.MNGSWORTII Pine FlonrlliK: Hunk Kl lnf
buys'em6FTS Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harris, FI IHII I.IMKl WillIs COla

Hikes, boy, Wilbur Colin July Good Toilet Ti< 116 So. Walnut St.IATTRESSES ." Block OiUv Kouflnl, C,

from.! 18. Blocks ALSO Concrete all Kim pipit Pipe.t.p'
of all kind.
Mr. and. Mrs. Resale Anderson, j furniture renovated and- house pier, floor r>m upholetered Mortar Mix. Steel Wlndowi.
Starke, boy, James Laurie, July reflnlehed Drop us a card. Conrnucomplete.
Oil and Block Paint
Harley F. Strong 11. Best Grade Bar INKOGRAPHPENCIL 230.HAaTINOS:: Palatka.MATTRESS Fla. CO., Pox tf Skll-Suw; Dump new Truck HOne > '

Mr and Mrs.
Excell Johnson
Lor run ttiFi. : .!B' "
Gift Headquarters Starke: girl, Mary Evelyn, July INSURANCE-I write all ,..lines: down 120 mo. In city limIt
_ _ POINTED FOUNTAIN PEN fire, automobile, liability, and <:*:M--K: \I, 40MHinfill ( ,.
In Jewelry 19.Mr. life. See me. for your Insurance tDKOIII) p'k.leVEal': : : ;
and Mr. H. H. Cheabrough, need. N. D Walnwrlg-ht. Jr.. 131 J. Maarlre rdwuril" rN

Large Selection of Stark, !girl Sweniolyn. July 20.Mr. Dressed Fl Perhaps you find writing hard work- Kant Call Street Phone 154. tf WANTED--Experienced. *.*
\ and Mrs. Clarence Melton. CONSULT S. P. ROWELL, SpirItualIst Give reference and fun"4,
Diamonds and Mounting Starke Delete _ _ most people do. But not Inkograph users. Medium and Healer, Stat. Answer XYZ, Box 431. dtU i.
gal Belle July and iii'
County licenses. I tell you Starke. _!!
Finest Selection of Watches: 20. _ _ _ They simply dash off letters business reports \ On Luther Clark place 3 tel N -- -;
of Stark. on Rd. 200. Look for BRIOCS: ; HTRATTOV MOModel
And Jewelry Gifts in Mr. and ]Mrs Earl Johns, Rai- memos, like rolling off a log. Sign. tf p to (-27 ZX.' Tyl I. '.'44, Iii'
ford Over Sixteen Mull FOR flALK-60 helfera. santa Fe plane wheels BolH jj;
Starke boy Wayne Edward July And a< you will note, Inkograph's exclusive Stock Farm on Hampton-The. Starke. J!

137 W. Call Phone 153 21.Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. John.on.Starke American Houses features make possible a lot of import I reaaa. Road. 4t 8-8 FOR RENT-4 re"'im tlim'", I''"

tant things that would make \ FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR CAT. venlencee., $1S per m n'n,-.
,.. .-: I boy. William Leon. July ordinary i TLE OR HOOS-3 addle horses Haley 410 "enter tl.LOS'I'Oirl'e I
.. 28. sjj fountain throw its I Santa F. Stock.!
- pen up hands.The secret| Farm, on HamptonTherea..a -

COOK WITH i 'is in the smooth, ball-like 14-'((. solid gold \ s a Rnad 4t 8-8 ', bicycle ho.k.t blue "pr

; point, that glides like a soft lead pencil. \ oP a FOR Otto SALE-Puerto vine:*. Santa Fe Rico Stock sweet Farm po for trim Information mnll wire ...."ltlnR
\ C on Hamptnn-ThereHBa, 4t sil1OVIE turn. Write ,v pie"' Dr

LAST CHANCE! To Buy Gov't.Surplus ONLY \ CAMERA for Hale. Revere Kuoera Flu Slut I'rl..n

Your Intestmen "88" F-I.II co tert lens Cinema. FOR RENT J WrJSI" :
:LUSIVE FEATURES tar F-2. IB nil, Revere BOOw pro private hath *l lgran. '.\lI' ", ,
$2* jector lIme Argue C-3 coated InnoniprlnK man" : ,,
BIdgs. at These Prices Suit nr II-MJ oritylt wrlelrn..Write,tmooihtron.n,. lens, Aniico Speedex Jr. 620. Edi -Mrs. Mae Edward"St
Is Less Than quiliiy pap.,...jihmndi child's roughen tin*, ..Un. tone. Spill-en. Keele. Cane, ...te.I .- .
equal lid for clear I cat boa n>pl..w onit, bend or spread..Dnel lett.tln*.nd rulins.onhoui _Starke ShOrt FOR RENT S roornll'.

6x9 Playhouses . $10 A A .otudie....."..or.d.bIos.. ..Gives gun of unf.ilm lenice. full*' BAITT SITTER-By the hour day ence apartment Nusehaum. in :,a don k B1dl.onvlll.
Penny Da\ .. ,
\ or night, white lady.-Bo Fill -
16 16 ft. Hutments Stark. 1WMrs.
x $150 lIp FOR 3-tixsrXft .

16 x 48 ft. Hutments $325 For The Use of See Them On Display DRKSafAKlNO cover: Reasonable, alterations- Mr*. lIar-slip -SHarks. FI.. -

Today rlnnton. N. Church St. Itp i 1"harness.
20 52 A & S boneC
x Buildings $325 FOR BAI.E-ne teAls. 5osL
ATTENTION all young men who are plow 0....
25 x 46 ft. building double < Equipment Bradford 17 year. of axe' or over. There HowArd. 111h GStarka.
County Telegraph iJl be.a Navy recruiter: I In the _
1it hung windows . $350 lobby Starhe of the po.t office bulldlnir roomi'::
FIn,, on the 2nd and 4th FOR RENT '
And Service Friday of eh month. Ton are house on State FD I eJ.
MPk 25 x 87 Mess Halls ,- $650 PHONE 29 urged to contact him as soon as Apply Mra. A. A. '

25 x 60 Prefab. Sheds suitable i polble.

"" for garages, bus station, or HOME.... .On. place wfc' .

shed and barns I comfort and relaxation. I
L1 only $250
home. To modernize It means more pride of possession.'more

25 x 90 Administration bldg. I comfort and convenience, mom time for relaxation. and Msurc 'SYMPUON

air conditioned '. $850 for the entire family. An Investment In Roller Brothers Oa .
Service will, pay ;you rich dividend In all the things that go to P 49.95
100 6 to 8 in. Posts 8 to 20 make home a better place to live In. f\

feet long. The lot $10 Your home may; be ,beyond the city gait mains.. In the auburtm _:

I I or In the country, but It can be modernized with, Bonier Broth- -- ton. *
LT ROUGH LUMBER suitable for building barns sheds
or era Ga Service.. No matter how large or small your home maybe tall Tlteant. 'Tell W
$25 M feet I _.....,,_. Ipi aktr.
per 1'1A-tnc:1J
we can always meet your (M needs. We hate Butane and With "'e stakes off Jonlor has a coaster. Btron.nndmtrrUB .- awel lag ..--..

Above prices Include alllliring. fixtures, Propane Ga for bottle and tanks.Don't *, Easy rolling. wbbm-tlr.1,. steel ''W1a..... A wilt
forget our Credit Plan One-third down and up to Gala fail rmu jnl.tlr a beauty! PAY ONLY 2.00

plumbing and any blocks or piling now in eight.months to pay the balance, on (......appliance and

and under buildings. tank.... --

See Charles Camp Dwyer Blanding at Entrance Gate, ROSIER BROS. GAS CO. I Firestone Home & Auto Supply

8 A. M. 5 P. M. Mon Through Sat. Phone 782-W, Box 268 Starke, Fla. I. 600 Temple Avenue _:__ starkef FlaP.tOF.EIG .

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