Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1879"

Plenty Of BuyersOn SE\'EST\-oSE ._ BT.LRKFFLORIDA::;:-- .
Of Crop - -- --. .----. --- ..-.FRIDAY..- --_ JfNB :a, 1950 NUMBER FUKTY-SIX:

II I Tax Space, Navallo Handle PlatformTo Brothers'Deal of Florida, Cigarette Tax Stork Outruns Negress Held In Disappearance -.1.1j a

Clty. Florida are among: the new 'Yields $11,562 Grim Reaper't ,\

Market Here form buyeri of now the operating State farmers on the Market plat- Of Her Aged Deaf-Mute Mother

Corn hit the State Farmer County's and helping bumper: to sweet handle corn Bradford crop.I 1 First 5 Monthsi Three To OneBirths t .

kIt ng right .qullre between he Navallo Is one of the well i RESTOCKING ACTIVITIES IN NEARBY LAKES Mystery' RemainsUnsolved :f
this week, crowding every the State and their Interest In the City of Starke has collecteda outnumbered deaths 6h! _
old and new platforms, known large produce firms of total of $11.58208 for the five- most three to one In Bradford I

r'pouring more than $12,000 in corn deal here Is regarded aj a month period since Florida's new County during 1949. -

money into the county during good omen for the grower. cigarette tax distribution to municipalities This and 1
many interestingfacts ,
[ three days of the week Afeo buying corn- here for has been in effect. were revealed in the recent

llume will l continue to Increase their secoad season Is Chase &I .By months the collection has annual report of the Bradford .

until the peak Is reached Co. of ,Sanford. also one of the been as follows: County Health Department com Sheriff Says r

LWMrn larger Florida buyers of fresh November $2,25184 piled by Dr. A. Y. Oovlngton. Director
here this season
deal Ir
produce. December U,464.07 .
more buyer than One Tuesday morning early InMerck '
I attracted Turner Produce Co. of Plant January- U,283.98 Although the death rate among
with a bumper crop, Lily Mat Brnlley, 35yearold -
r before, City Is buying here for their first February- $203101: white and colored was shown ,tc ,'I \
Reno left her
from Bradford's 1.8OT i nogress, apart
ti while Joe lfarch52,1511.38 be the same-8.0 thousandthe ,
season Parker of Elk- per --
been ment In "borrowed"
price range has a (cr accompanied \
I. The 20e( pel', dozen foiMt ton $' L has been a regular buyer The March distribution for other; colored birth rate 24.6 pet ( k by her aged, deaf mute

a quality to around 32(5i( ,,forhest here for several years. Other towns in this vicinity was as follows thousand, was slightly higher/ than t mother, Hattie Merrlt, i
buyers on the corn deal here this Lawtey $268.63 I the birth rate of whites, 22.1. 'f
; Hampton
That night IJJy, Mao returned to
leaaon Include Leon Norman R. $8845 There were 283 resident birth'splus
; Brooker$79.36:
under ; Keystone Starke .
got way : but her mother apparently
h. season U J, ( 61 non-resident) and b9resident
t Monday when five trailer Alvarez Wainwflght, and Heights $441.32; Lake Butler did not return with her. ;
Billy Noegel. 58 7.39. deaths (plus S3 nonresident '
loaded out Another five ) In the county last On Thursday May 1.. Lily Maewaa !
Bradford have year.
.ra were shipped(;: Tuesday growers an esti- Of the total number of births taken from the Rapid Treatment
[ four trailers and two rail; mated 1,800 acres In sweet corn New Fence Law 219 were hospital deliveries, 14 (for syphilis) Center In Mel-

| cars were loaded Wednesday and there are more buyers here To Be DiscussedBy delivered by doctors in the home, bourn,,by Sheriff 1*. D ReddlaJI I
and several this season than ever before. Fr+
railroad car. and lodged In the Bradford County
r and 11 delivered by mid-wives 't. i
era were being loaded at presst I. CattlemenThe Only two mothers (both white) tWre sir I n;r, ,wr ; Xh r nl ttea ,.. 'y c 'jail on a warrant-for'" !lonlously I
Thursday. 12 Bradfordites "d ,and without authority forcibly
t died In child birth during the fill (
L. Brownlee and Leon Nor- Slated For main subject for discussionat making thee maternal death rate h yy.; r'e akrty My+ 41'+'L land secretly confining her mother 8

i loaded the firat two cars onesday Degrees the Cattlemen's Association 35: per 1,000 live births. [Wattle MerrltC In the Stat of

and another three onay. From U of F meeting' tonight (Friday) will be The neo-natal death rat (chit Florida <
B. L. Alvarez. loaded the new Fencing Law which goes dren When or where Hattie Merritt
one month of age) was
I Thursday. Twelve Bradford Countlans will into effect July 1. President J. 31.8 overall, and was much!, higher la or was "con tined," 110 one I

) Federal Inspector stated that be among the record breaking total, M. Edwards ,Jr., states All cattlemen I (40.0 per thousand) among white, know. The fact remains, how

i 89:I to 90 percent of the corn of 1,338 whouwlll receive degree I are urged to attend whetherthey (children than colored ((12.0 per; ever, that 'she han"t been seen
>iuig the market was of goodity In commencement exercises at the are members or not. The thousand). sine lata afternoon of. the day

| showing evidence of the University of Florida on June 4 I meeting ,will begin promptly at 8 I' The Infant death rate (under) I that her daughter took her away

i Intensive worm control pro. and 5.The. p.m. in the courthouse. one year of age) was likewise from Sallie. Batten's. ) apartment.

i carried on by growers here Baccalaureate service whl. There seems to be pretty wideSpread I higher among white children---- home In Reno.
IS.C1 .
|spring. be held Sunday 'night, June 4, and 'misunderstanding about the I per thousand than colored; 36.1 Lily,, Ma blandly maintain. t&at'
C buyer a Mr. Melton from the formal commencement Monday fencing law and It Is hoped that I The overall average was 4>.5 per I hef mother.. "waaefered 'away; +
yrr where ,When she knows not.
t City who could not obtaindent night, June 0, at 8 o'clock. Both many of the points can be cleared ., thousand. ; or
Others believe that it
t space at the State Mar. events will be held outdoors In up during the discussion Stillbirth death rate was higher {
11s loading from the Lawtey Florida Field. I among colored residents (36.1 per ,- would. Impossible for the aged' i,
In hr condition, to
form, but figures were not The Bradford graduates, listed I RegistrationsClose thousand) than among white, 20.0. Pictured above are recent restocking operations whereby lakes In the vicinity of Starke have been en- "wand.r"negress very far.

shipped able yesterday from there.on the quant- by horn!' towns, are as follows. June 15th 24.T.Overall rate for the county was riched by 40,000 fingerling baas. In the top photo Se lator Charley E. Johns (center) looks on ..'employees According to Information furnished -

L Starke-DeWItt C. Crawford of the Florida Gam A Fresh Water Fish Commission pipe 20,000 flngerllnga into the Bradford aide of Sheriff P. D. Reddish E
considerable volume of pep- The ten leading causes of deathIn
[ tutterbeana, peas, and pots BSA; George B.: Flynn Jr., BSPf For Tennis TourneyJames Bradford County during1949 Santa Fe Lake On the following day a like quantity was placed in the Alachua County side of the lake. Walter Glbba. negro pulpwood r

being brought to the Antes Green BAB; Hugh B. Ing- were: The bottom scene shows restocking operations In Crosby Lake, where 10,000 fingerlings were pUceil. laborer, says h* slept with Lilly +
C. Hobbs. director of the
et, and a grader will be set ram, BAB; Owen.W. McRae RAE; city's summer athletic Heart and blood vessels-33 George Inman (fifth from left), now associated. with the Game Commission supervised the operation Mae the night before her mother

to handle Fordhooks wlthlirI Albert 0. Kruse,' BSA; Alfred S reminds interested program to Cerebral hemorrhage Ten thousand fingerlings were also placed In Hampton Lake and Senator Johns state. that h* expects disappeared. H* went to bed t
persons drunk he told the Sheriff, and
next few days, Reid MAl Della Rosenberg. MEd, register for the proposed tennis Cancer-12 20,000 more' soon which will be placed In Sampson Lake. M. V Joiner, Commissioner for the Second District I
when he woke the next morning
I few crates of strawberries Rebecca M. Simpson,' MEd. tournament before June 13. Registration Pneumonia (fall type*)-10Prematurity I ; was Instrumental with Senator Johns In obtaining! the fish for restocking purpose. the .key to up his car were gone
htill being sold at from fS tc Lawtey-Charles Winter Gld- '-6 .
mat be made at Darby's
_0 was Lily Ma. her mother
I It Is estimated that about dings BA; Dorma Louise Grit,, or Bradford Hardware. Accidents (all types)-2

| orate !have.,been brought. In BAB., Hobbs announces that 'Instructors .Suicides.-2 fNephritisZ Chapman Speaker 'War\ Babies Reaching School Age and Other the car.tenants of the apartment

T the past two weeks Brooker-Doyle % Hazen, BSA' and courts will be ;available Homicides : At Methodist ,, house told the Sheriff thy were

for school age children from 2 to 11.j jJDIabetesl aroused 'at dawn by the cackllnfrof.ohlck ,

6 p.n.on Tuesdays and Thursday .. l r..Lr T. Chapman..Superintendent( Are Here- *** a* Lilly Ma, followed ,.
S Andetclie Battle I"Out r 1 Rackets will be provided fdtthos* of tha State Prison Farm will be Forcing ExpansionProgram 'by"h" f'l"nSkthsr-ca'm around the /

children who do not own one. In Dance RevueFrank guest speaker at the First Methodist house; got Into th* ar and drove ;

ISA The city courts are equipped Church during the Sunday oft. II
with lights and will be availablefor Dahmer, son of Mr. and morning worship service which Attendance In the Starke school With present already overcrowded the trail of Lilly Mae
Following ;
r Innings In Group Tourney I II. Mrs. E. J. Dahmer of shows a 80.29 percent Increase for conditions It Is easy to Imaginewhat
adults' night playingon Tues Starke and begins at 11 o'clock. C. H. Nas- that day, Sheriff Reddish says ,
the 12 period since the 183 a, bad situation will result
day and Thursday eights, and Jack onvl'*. was a featured danrer worthy, lay leader, will conductthe year .apparently went to Brooker. :
for facilities
39 term. The overall Increase unless additional are pro-
possibly some other night during In three numbers In the Barely program In the absence of the topped at the horn of a friend
i tweek. about all\ schools In the duringthe vided to take care of the load.A i
this county
time Wainwright caught him at home the week. Juvenile Theatre Revue staged at pastor, the Rev J. R. Hill who Is where she Is said to have left .
I bsseball team played their The duel went from there school John Gorria name period Is 23.73 percentThe breakdown of, attendance '
o.n until Softball for age childrenwill School In Jackson- attending the conference of Florida her mother, coming back for her
I rune of the 19SO season at the final thirteenth when FletCher be played at the school softball villa last Friday evening. Methodist Churches In Lakelandthis phenomlnal growth of the figure for white schools In the an hour or so later.

her High School of Jackson. scored. the finale. field on Mondays, Wednesdays Among those.attending the revue week. ? Starke school Is due not only tc county for the 1910-00 term and l The Sheriff says that according T.

i Beach, where the Class B Of all the games played this and Fridays form 2 to 6!, from Starke were Mrsr Janle Sunday school will be held as the natural Increase from a step- the gain or loss as compared with to the best Information be can 1

p) HI, tournament was being year by BH9, this one capped the p.m. All children from grade.'! Avery Mrs. Nelma Keen. Mia usual at 9:45: a.m. Sunday, and p" d-up birthrate but also to the 1948-49 term Is as follows: obtain, she then took her motherto J

climax. There 'was more excite four through nine may report to, Huel Phillips, Mr and Mrs Tony the Methodist Youth Fellowship; fact that a number of smaller School Total Gain Lose. the home of her brother Jeff '

a the final analysis BHS lost ment here than can be Imagined Mr. Hobbs during these hours ifl I I Stevens and son, Dickie, and Jim will meet 8unda$ night at 7 o'clock schools In the county have been Graham 19 1 Merrltt-- just across the river In 1 J
[lame to' Fletcher 9-8 In six without'having seen the.game. Interested In playing Softball. I Lysitt and daughter Dolly. There will be no evening'-worship consolidated with students being Bluing, Consolidated with Starke 44 Alachua County -and remained

Innings. Most followers Hazen pitched what could br service Sunday. transported to Starke. Helibronn 89 15 there until late afternoon. '

that high school baseball U termed amazing ball for the entire .. Average dally attendance forth Brooker 143 4 After leavlnghr brother's, she
led to seven Innings( Florida Elect J. R. Wanwright New President The public Is cordially invitedto !
route besting three Fletcher hurl 'Lions ; attend all services lIHg- C) school term, just Hampton 99 9 then stopped at the home of another
[!obvious purposes. The- six era put together. His backing war Bishop Retiring Is Given District Post closed was 2,478 for all county Lawtey 301 16 friend saying "I just :

frames add up to 13 long good all the way except for a schools, whit and colored. This Starke 1207 119, couldn't go by without stopping ,

I h dusty innings before either few lapses here and there. The J. R.-.Wainwright was elected clubs In Florida. Softball ResultsFriday la an Increase of 99 student over Attendance breakdown for negro to let you s.* Mama. I''
to push across Just one boy. still wish they could have president of the Stark Lions Club Plans are being made for opening the average dally attendance In schools Is as follows: 'Th two were then seen, passIng -
| take the ball gam been full strength. at the regular meeting held Wed. night In the new club house, with May 26: National Guard 1918-49 which was 2377. Back back through Brooker, Sheriff

the bottom of the thirteenth BHS 8 hits, 8 runs 3 errors nesday night. C. 1. .curry was re- the Installation of officers and 16. Humphreys Gold 15; Hercules In 1938-39 the average dally attendance tahool Total Gain loss Reddish say.. !

> Fletcher put a man on basel FHS:. 8 hits, 9 runs 3 errors elected secretary, and the follow ladles' night to be featured eventsat 13,. State Maintenance Shop 13. In all county schools was Brooker 26. What happened after that I I.

With nobody out he went to It may be appropriate to note ing new officers were also pickedat this time. It should prove to Saturday May 271 Lawtey 12 2.00J. New River (Consolidated) II anybody's.... Sheriff Reddish

W on a fielder's tsholce that Fletcher went on to win the this time: be a gala evening for the Starke Humphreys 10; American Legion In\the last two years the gain Sampson! 21 1 .tat**; however that Tom Kar- :

f lilt stood at one away there tournament 7 to 6 from St. Augus- Jos. H. Arnold treasurer; I. G Lions Club. 32, National Guard 24. has been accelerated as the bumper Wateroak fW 7 key, at mall carrier says he' was '

w I scratch Texas leaguer In- tine and will represent Group III Harris, first ,vice president; W. Two new members were Inductedand Monday May 30: Alvarez }10 crop of war babies began to reach Thurston DB 14 In the vicinity of the Sink Hoi, !

"Jlit field, inches inside the In the State Class. B .tourney in Kronenberger, second vice president several applications accepted.The Hercules 9; Humphreys 8, American I school age. Last year the Increase Hampton 44 9 between Brooker and Graham t,

M"e, which sentthe winning Avon Park June 13-1$. Good luck ; Ernie Phillip, third vice summer schedule for meet. Legion 3.Tonight. was 67 students In all\ county Lawtey 128. 21 late that afternoon and heard two :l

I borne for FHa.J to them. president; M. C. Wells Lion tamer; ings will be 8 ptn. sharp. instead (Friday) Alvares play.i schools, and this year the plok-up Stark 279 69 shots,. then heard a car start up i

\'wee a sad bunch of BHS ball It'has been a very successful W. E. Dowling, tall twister; Carl of 7:30: p.m. Humphreys In the first half and'was 99. Since 30 Is the recom and drive away. "

era who strode off the field season for BHS and this corner Johns W. T. Jackson C. S. Partin The club has appointed a committee National Guard meets Hercules In mended number of students per Canning Plant After Lily Mae's return to

to 8 after a struggle that wishes to congratulate all mtmbert! and C. W Colson, directors to select a Miss Bradfordas the second !half.Saturday teacher, pr room this would mean, For Season Starke aha sent the keys to Glbb's ;
stay t in their memories for a of the team. pre.ldent. H. A. their Strawberry Queen at the night's slate will be: that In the last two year five: Open car back to him by an "unknown" :

1 time, It was evident that The retiring Fernandina Fiesta, June 8-11 Humphrey. vs. SMS; Alvarez vs additional clue rooms and five The negro man. the Sheriff was told. jl
community canning planton
/had missed Hartman (reg I (Buddy) Bishop Jr.. declined an Contestants should contact C. W Legion. additional_ teacher should have' Sheriff Reddish said that several
State Air Tour
left fielder and batting .430), other term and District Governor- Colson Jas. Hobbs or Billy Noegel. Monday night: Lawtey vs. Na been added to take care of this the school ground I I. open on weeks had elapsed before he

wand (regular center fielder), Will IncludeKeystone elect Chas Hess of Jacksonville The winner will have all expenses tional Guard; Alvarez vs..'Hercules increase In school population. Due Tuesdays and Friday, until knew anything about they Merritt '

crack pitcher Bert Newcomb the honor of zone chairman paid for-four days for herself and Lawtey, with a record of six to the Increasingly higher birth: further notice for the convenienceof woman's disappearance, but that :f

nr the game. With these men Airpark conferred of Dlst. 33-1 on him for hit escort. This Is a good chance for wins and no losses so far In ill I rate the school system will likely I. those desiring I to make us* of as time went on considerable feelIng t 1

were confident they could, I Once each representative untiring efforts in putting the the girls of Starke to have a grand first half remains In top league continue to pick up an additional I. Its facilities. Mrs. Myrtle Jones developed both among, the rJ
would have won. year position. 80 to 100 students every year Is of whit' and colored people of the
the from most of Florida's Starke Lions with the top-ranking time with no expense. In Charge of the operation I
groups '
very fleet Inning BHS got State I the plant this summer Brooke, section where Lily Ma
In a
to largercltles participate ;
shad 11-0.l 2-1 lead in only the to let Fletcher "Air Tour" as a feature of the 1950 GRADUATING CLASS OF B.H.S.A V. R. Ferguson, BITS agricultural was reared lived until and her where father her Jled-parents :" ,,
Instructor, states (bat unlessgreater
annual meeting of the Florida +
It.eemed< ? lf !lt would aet. i After, several such reports reach-
of .. use Is-mad of the plant
lo .
lie started hla Investigation
a pitching duel. ad him.
selected this season than has been the caseIn '
the the tour stopovers are
ease ; Sheriff said.
until th the
fourth In- the last few there Is a
the FAPA to include the major \ years
when the BHs In the meanwhile. Lily Mae, to
JIg lo the boys began points of Interest within the State I possibility that the building will whom several caseof venereal t
opposihg pitcher. of be converted to some other school .
rt, H. Browning, manager .
and slammed Roy disease Infection had been traced I
five big use, as M Is greatly needed.
$ the Keystone Airpark, just
rmsg after was sent by Bradford Health officials -
'2 in the third having. tied' It received confirmation from the & Person desiring to use the facilities to the Rapid Treatment

t the end of the secretary of FAPA that the Air of the plant should notify Center In Melbourne. It was

*stood 7'2' BHS- fourth the ,Tour will leave Orlando at 9 A.M. Mr. Jones or Mr. Ferguson in there that the Sheriff arrested r
a ace pitcher Brmd- 'July 3, and will arrive at Keystone advance msthat the necessary her on May 18.

to 'mile .- had Jack Hazenh Airpark about 10 a.m. arrangements may b* mad. Sheriff Reddish said that State's '

'ork on. Then; something The air visitors will leave the Attorney T. E. Duncan will likely j

Of the sixth. and came Fletcher the but-has! Keystone field at 2:30: P.M. for a Don't Dump Trash, hold a prllmlnary-harlng) In the '

r big inning stopover at New Smyrna. matter at an early date. ,
.. 10 make the pushing four rune Secretary Don Stremmel (Flannel Autolsts WarnedLaw It U reported that the Merritt W"

this score 1-6. BHS Don in Zack Mosley's had small Insurance. I
I time Fletcher KouthT enforcement officer are woman a :Ii
third was using cartoon "Smiling Jack") and near- policy. i
pitcher end Hazen reminding the public of a Florida
d. and ly all the wellknown pilots aviation the
wae. just statute which prohibit.
effective as strong enthusiasts and officials of the OF INTEREST ;;1
as .ver In the t throwing of trash garbage, etc. .
oW inning Stat. will be with this Air Cav- .
Bradford added on the public Mahways.Vlolaters \ ,
e fUJI that from J
to alcade. It Is expected
make it s-8, BUS of this law are reported
Plttcher came back to knot 00 to 73 planes carrying .. to be particularly offensive on H. P. :Tones.. 'Rt. 3. Box 151. ,
t 11- _. -
s -
will participateEntertainment a--- ..._
In this half 150 to 200 people, .... the In the vicinity of I r
of highways
the last College Park Ga.
a consist of s .. Elizabeth Crawford. Ruth 8arl
It will Marlon McRae,
Catherine ,
wee new Via. of Bradford HighSchool Gainey Klngsley Lake where picnicker 822 Mackinaw'Bt
ball graduating J. P. Hammock,
', the acor. went game swim party and luncheon at the Pictured above is the 193O .S.rl, Georgia Third row I. to r": Paul Carter, Jo Kelly Ervln Andrew, Rich- evidently enjoy a lunch and take Jacksonville, Fla. r

tie beganpitch. -- Airpark Caf*. Civic groups are : Bottom row. I to r..i: Jean Parker Ellen ard Crosby Carl Carter Robert 8tefanlll. Jimmie Crosby Harry the easiest way out of disposingof T. J. Moor, chang from Lake- .

dread who a also taking an active Interest In Wolfe Navlna Martin. Betty Long. Marsha Kel.h, Joann Dlnkins.Dorothy Green. Ray CMffls Vernon Rogers, Glen Conner, Jimmy Le*. their trash.It land to Rt. 2. Box 79. Starke.

rt Both boy. doing wonder.kiOt welcoming the visitors.Bank Crlffis. Betty Jan Devln Nancy Helnt. Juanita Kit., Re- Top row 1. to r.,: Earl McGmdr. Jimmy Godwin Clayton Strick- Is stated that efforts will be Sgt. Lloyd WUkerson.. 817th I

Hll.Un theirand Wainwright Norman Juanita Andrew land Jack Wainwright Charles Cooley EugeneMeade, Rudolph Prevail stepped up to enforce the law Ftr. Sqdn 84 Ftr. Op APO 65.

out. Fin HolidayThe becca Brown. Gloria Nwm., Esther **"' Harold Norman, Gerald Starling Marvin Garner Charles Johns. against throwing; trash on the I care Postmaster. New York. K.T
hold nue. Fletcher pitcher will Second row L to r..: Doris Norman. Joyce Dickinson. I Jack Eaves, a member of the graduating class, was not present highways and the public Is warned Mr. C. B. Mattlx. 042 W. Jefferson -
Of a long Florida Bank at Stark Dodd Dolores McKalgbt, Sharon Sapp Grace effect. St. BrownviUe. Texas.
bM one for what ford. Manez when the photograph was taken. Photo by Stevens Photo Finishing. Co that .
:....bot a 110mer. But Eaves be closed all day Saturday June Amanda Wilkinson. MarycUl Harler, Grace Crews, Peru Cozatt, t

coupled for' a relay, anc 3.. J.tteraom.Davia'. birthday.


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TWOBradford '
Eiland I of Hampton School enjoyed an all Mrs T. F. Brown Sunday after Mra. Burley
Mrs. Fred Beasley
as -
trip to Silver Springs Friday. noon. Cleve and EIson W
on day
County TelegraphESTABLISHED gave an interesting reading accompanied by th Mr, and Mrs. Marlon Crews and. City Btann.
"Women of the They 'were '
"Phoebe Nell, of the
State !
Ola M. Perkins baby daughter
Lt Principal, Mrs '
Bible. and Farm, were Sunday visitors here i SM'SS.E
187B E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNtnDITOaPubtlahe Two visitors, Mrs. Elmer E Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Matchett iI I '
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wltherlngton and son Morris
anti Entered a* Second Lewis, Starke, and Mrs U. D. attend
.) Every Frl.lay of Atlanta. Ga., visited O. E. Mat services
CUM Matter at the Pout Sk? Office at Starke, Fto. ette Dyal,gifts were were present.presented Dainty to Mrs lay chett and other relatives here NEW\ RIVER I night.' at long" Brtdg

: 1ura gunjesstfafirPONCA. the social hour. last :weekend; "A bit lat
MEMBER Q 1950 v Lewis during Mr. and Mrs. Earl Van Alstine By Mr*. E. A. Sapp I to iut Con
NEBR5 ==- II Charley Jlnns
On Monday afternoon, Mrs. T moved recently to Cocoa, their I. end Joe El'\I1t\

SabeerlpIon. l *t.M Annually T tlJO For.SU MontheTIME Wherein I go visiting, help bury Commandment: "Love Thy Neigh. C Chaataln entertained a group former home. Bro. Fred Dodd, of Keystone from Keller the u
** the deed and celebrate my wedding bor as Thyself, for the Love or: of children honoring her granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon, filled his regular appointment at from B.our sertmn who
annUenuiry. I God." It is well to do some dei,{: Sue, on her eighth birth- of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Long Bridge Sunday. A large H. S :last week
TO PUT I'RESSCKE ON CONGRESS out In thinking this Memorial Day day anniversary. The refreshmenttable Pope and sons, of Eau Galilee returned crowd attended. Services are held Mrs. Jessl i
of Houae of Representatives, When your heart cries There are lots of forgotten John was set'out on the side lawn Sunday night to their homes every ascend, and fourth Sundayand teaching In Sanderroq
Perry E. Murray serving, former as State Speaker Chairman of the Florida Committeefor Fur: dire the distress peace that has winged J Crowns In the veterans hospital! and a merry time was had by the after a few days visit here. everyone Is Invited. to come I with her moth 1 th4For

and currently 26 recommendations who are not even visited by,their young folks. Friday dinner guests of Mr and and worship.
that there are yet
the HoOver Report, cautionslUIpayere away relatives. I have seen them helpless Mrs Mr and Mrs. C. A. Johns.., Jr.
will Mrs. Luther Watterson were
the \T. S. Senate and 30 In the House which Do you think your sorrow The Junior Baseball Club closed : F R E
and victims of man's greedWe Jean Warren, St Petersburg, Miss of Gainesville were visiting Mrs E
about better government at a grow lesaIf the month of May with an enviable
are Important In the campaign to bring must NOT have another war Ga', vfUev Truba Hodges Sunday afternoon
watered by tears each day? record with five victories out ol CaJvlnette Warreli. | Prompt FREE
better price to the taxpayer One solace God sends for the Let us determine to be better seven games played. Starke, Mid. and Mrs. W M. Strickland, Alachua. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll and of Dead ft
Dr. Robert I* Johnson, National Chairman of the Citizens Com haunting pain- Christians and better citizens so dleburg-and Keystone Heights JunIor boys of Jacksonville and Mr and Cripple,) i
named the most important measures as: would these men will not have died and Mrs. Pete Sapp'of Palatka :were less Cattle, Iorl[
mittee for the Hoover Report Of this heart's ease you Clubs have been their competitors. Mr. and 1Ilr.! Richard,May with ,
1)) Modernization of the Post Office Department with elimination of partake t given'their lives In vain. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barkedale visitors of the- Ira Merrttts Sun- & lloga .

political appointments; 2)) Reorganization of Civil Serivce; 3)) Modernization Then work, garner in the sheaves I Sunday was.. Mother's* Day and Robert C. Gray Jr., pastor of of Starke spent Sunday in Lake day. Call 132
of Federal accounting methods.!. In the General Accounting Office. of your brain so near our .wedding anniversary the First Baptist Church of Hampton land. They also visited the Cypress Mea. Linnle Drake of Orlando St
These three measures would save around 1500! millions annually, And your heart will forget to that we celebrated both. We went! will receive his Bachelor of Gardens and Bok Tower a- was visiting Mrs Bud Moody and WE ALWAYS C(
Johnson says."We ache. I visiting over at Coleridge. From Arts degree from Stetson Univer mong other points of interest.Mrs. Ira Merritt Sunday; -
-The Santa Fe Magazine my son and family I got a lovely! Deland, June 5th L. Williams. Russell Mrs. Smith Johns spent Saturday Florida Rend
can't now," comments Mr. Murray. "In fact, we must city on Monday J.
quit Life cannot always be gay and straw bag and gloves for summer
be even more insistent to our Congressmen In urging their support of carefree Even to the best of I Iin the same shade'of beige. My The local Home League of the Williams Mr and Mrs George ,, night and Sunday with her INC.
Howell sisters Mrs. Thelma Brannon and
Williams son,
battle met for
the Truman-Hoover recommendations until final passage. The! folks come days when everything-granddaughter sent me green soap Salvation Army Tuesday
1s on for the remaining 65 percent to be acted upon, and that amounts goes.,wrong. Then sickness and In-the shape of a pickle. I also the usual meeting in the Camp visitors to Lawtey Sunday.Mr --
to over '2V4 billion, an average saving of '80 annually per family of death come along with age and got a corsage of roses. I was sc Chapel and after the program and Mrs. C. R. Moore and T .-.
lour" oft 'Infirmities. There Is no escape happy and came home refreshed was presented a bridal shower sons of Archer, and Mrs. D. W

Murray quoted Dr. Johnson as saying "the record of the 81st Congress : But It Is as the above poem,I, I have started my painting again was given In honor of Miss Irene Moore! Starke, ;were guests of
on Government, reorganisation today was termed the best In theNation' (*ye-work will relieve the heart I I1 painted Don's closet. I had some Cochran, of Theressa whose mar Ai n's Bakery & CafeIS
with the enactment ache. I find I am happiest ;when of my luggage In there 'so since, riage to Thomas Barnnard ofWaycro.II RELIEF from ..
history but 'still not good' enough', an/1 QUICK
I have Iota of work planned ahead. I had the attic clean I took my, Ga., will be an event IN FULL
nt 16 of President Truman's 21 Reorganizations Plans on May 23, approximately of August.Mr. PRODUCTION!
When I was a WAC I was a happy locker trunk and othe_good lugrg'age -
39 percent of the Hoover Commission Reorganizations will one. I used to sing as I scrubbed,, up in the attic and coveredit and Mrs. Freeman Hall) PRICKLY HEAT
have been put Into effect. with I' Coot. ). prlckl h..a and dteper .nth Repairs & Remodeling Near Complete
,down on my hands and knees up. I saved out one grip for It and family moved last week tc .edI..1ed;
"There isnodoubt but that some of the recommendations will a big bar of G. I. soap and a, will not be so long before r shall! their new home in Gainesville aou pro-pnr W wee WiLla. test tlTlni UM skin *.!.
face powerful opposition from special Interest groups so we must keep a, brush. Most girls hated the task.'pack it to go on my visit to Indiana Mrs J. F. Johnson and Shirley yet, _......., Und akin ky doctor Irritation M.TMM.no sold. SODA FOUNTAIN IN OPERATION!

up the fight If we expect to win" Murray advises. He urges that Interested -,They used to ask me how 1 couldbe I hope. Whoopee t To Dennison left Thursday of last 10 r *dnisclMi.for alt! with minor_.,-....... _r.nu Part Cakes, Dainty French Pastries Our SJII'I'IIJI'
citizens continue to write their Congressmen to support he so happy. I said to one girl day I cleaned up the house and week for a visit with relatives In .
Hoover Recommendations., "I have no formula for happiness!I put Don's clothes back In his closet Patterson La. LYCO-BO-RGL
but I do a lot of praying." I have It Is a lovely day. We have a The graduating Eighth Grade
kept on praying. Our WAC doctor boy cutting the lawn. My tulips ,
told us to pray if we were un' are In bloom and, the lawn Is lovely. .
I i I
A writer recently pointed out that Florida. must abolish its gangsters happy. I remember so well too, CLAY tHLL Have the film/
bow In service all looked forward back from Ella Mae Osteen. I
and rackets and polish up on Its Southern hospitality and courtesy -:I
to the end of the war and ,have not got the pictures back
if I It expects to maintain Its present high position In the top ranksof
I peace. There are many veterans from the studio that develops themI
tourist playgrounds. I like the John Crown who died a am anxious: to see them. Hada
Particularly Try. this connection Is an. editorial appearing I I LO.YETT'STARKE
few weeks ago In a veterans hospital big crowd at Long Branch on
recently In the "Sunshine Service News," trade publication of I He was a paraplegic. He Mothers Day for dinner and ser I

.. the Florida,Powe Light Co. Under the caption "Courtesy Wins said 'before he died "My physical mon

Friends JOT? Florida, AndJVou1! the editorial continued: wounds are very small In comparison HELPFUL HINTS: When baking -
"This most' priceless. Ingredient of human'relatlonshlp Is as free to my spiritual wounds. I potatoes try wrapping themIn

as air-as free as Florida's sunshine and climate. saw my' comrades die and I came I I tinfoil. They ;will come out FLORIDA Prices Good Through SAT. JUNE 3d
"But It's a sure-fire element of personal and business. success back from death to a world where evenly browned and the akin Ir --- ,

a trademark of our free entorpt"ire YII;em. .And whether you're dish- there is no peace." Then he goes soft and tender If you have putty

Ing It out or taking it in, it makes everyone happier.; That's why Itwork. on to say everyone wants some left to keep soft roll in ball ,
.. thing. Russia wants the world, :small enough to go Into the top of

< "Like Florida's, sunmhfne-like its water-cooled breezes-courtesy, Moslem want India Labor wantl a glass jar then fill with water

too. brings more visitors, to Florida. customers for business and Industry. more the car wages In front Smith of wants him. to Junior pas and screw lid on tight When (
ready to use again It will be soft
.wins friends,for you! wants more money to spend. All and easy worked. FRYERS'lb. 4BRISKET [
"The 'Cradle of Liberty' is known a. The City of Brotherly Love' the troubles of the world orlfrtnnt
Here Is the for
", -a time-steeped tradition. Our 'Sunshine State' Is a natural for In the common man. The selfish SLAW: recipe CALICO '
miles-frlendllnes--courtesy." greedy ways of each nation are .
Starke In finding Itself more and more dependent on the tourist just the ways of each Individualman 1 cup finely chopped cabbage
multiplied a hundred fold H cup coarsely grated carrot, e ..
trade with traffic more than doubled through here In recent years
H: cup sliced stuffed olives
When the morals
silica) the designation of U.S. 301. It will be tncreaaed even more thisfall man drop
the morals of a nation and of the 1 cup grapefruit sections WHITE
when the new route through the middle of the State to Miami is 2 diced section '
world drop. Until each of us atop cups orange .
completed, and Temple Avenue Is widened to boulevard dimensions. I hogging the road with his car CHILL. tap salt. Moisten -

Let's be&lnt'! brush up on our courtesy,now so that we will be stops fighting over a seat In the with mayonnaise. Serves six' STEW ,G: -BAC01.
ready for: the fnflux of visitors this fall. Remember that a friendly bus, stops arguing over who cuts I have a request. Does anyorT e
mile or a word of greeting may be the deciding factor'ln bringing a the grass, there ;.will be no peaceIn know how to make lime meringuepie HAMSIb3'7.
new resident, or'even a new Industry, to our town or county the world. If man wishes peace ?. A lady from Mass wrote me <
again he must return to the Great she ate lime pie near Miami and lb. 29c I lb. 2
It had a meringue, -yet the filling

,. was something like a chiffon pie
too. I will send anyone a present ,
who will write and send me a rec. ASSORTED COLD tllllVVKX SWEET BREAKFAST

: : poem!pe.A friend here Is in part:Missouri of it.sent me s CUTS lb. 49c BACON 4!

"There is no unbelief: ,

I ",1 Whoever plants a seed beneaththe

And waits to see it push away FRESH

1 4 For hospitality: -He Whoever' to the trusts sleepContent clod.lies,in' God.down on his couch BONES, lb. 15c 'MULLET! lb. 2,

to lock each sense in
Knows God deep will keep. PEPSI COLA or 303 Can STOKELYS FRUIT NEW FLORIDA

The heart that looks on when 18/2 c
And dares to live when life iat

God's comfort knows. e e
sHfii ice-cold Coke There Is no unbelief: 6 FOR 19C 14 oz. BOTTLE STOKELYS!

And day by day unconsciously 31 3
\ the heart lives by faith CATSUP

. I ,. 5T- and the good things the God lips knows deny_why. '

r9 It ia I a wonderful day here. Don Can STOKELYPEACHES

that make a salad have has gone to deliver a stove- ] BOX OF VANILLA 5 LB. BAG
to take In my sheets and
cook supper. I am tired. I shall 19
sleep well tonight. Our fruit WAFERS ORANC2.1c
trees are In bloom. *
I heard a .;
wren singing, although mine have
we not returned to the boxes here,

/ eta i cD you Love all.HAMPTON.to everyone Love and God-LURA Bless SNALMON'38c 29''

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; Dy Mrs. M. c. Sweeney SWIFTING 3
BUTTER 69ccii
Even- E
obi I'. F. C. can

The Technicolor' film "Where
Will You Hide?\was Presented JIM DANDY

Giles Saturday, pastor evening of Fellowship by Rev. Harry Bap- 63C 'ib.' GRITS lb. :25c Q6c!

tint Church of Jacksonville, at the ,
local Youth for Christ. The picture STAB
1T dealt with atom bomb actlrty. .
71T On May 13th. Rev WUbur -

; Scott Starke, spoke-on the topic VELVOCOFFEE ARMOUR'S
Stop, Look and Listen! Ray
) e I J.'R. Chlldr.... Starke will be the

el speaker Saturday June ,,3rd and MILK
I" Otto B. HIck. Jr.; Waldo, will ad-
'l-I, dress the youth meeting on June
l.'f "

! Hospitality! shop at this Birthday John Lee rartleit Elland celebrated- 1 r.fc Tall

:'It let your food store y hospitalityDISPLAY eleventh Friday with birthday aa afternoon anniversary party last ,

'f'. JUNE 1 to.JULY 5 IF1 at the home of his parents, Mr
\J and Mrs. F- D. Midland The boys bag..J
\Ji and girls enjoyed outdoor games
: ; and were served dellciuus refresh. -

I( Ladies Council

I 6 Bottli Carton 25* Hostesses to the Ladles Council .,

I Pille o..It last week >were Mra, A. H.
tottuo UNOII AUTHOIIIT or Tag COCA-COIA coafAMT tf and Mrs. Keteey
Russell Dyal at the home
STARKE: COCA- COLO BOTTLING, COMPANY of Mrs. DyaL The devotional Get What's Advertised At Starke's ]

1 e Otr14T11cM ... I P.peeled was In charge of Mrs. Q Leading Food Store.UN
I Wadsworth. with "Temptation",

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Mr. and Mr. Earl Green last week ., I Is MMMHVa -------
spending this
Mr. and Mr.. E. W. Hodges visited 1'11. parents Mr. month with r... BraselUm and their daughter., Jon Kth. 160, In the above namedCourt I at Rterke. Florida this May Id. I960. J R Alexander, deceased.Flrat .
and anti
Mr. and Mr. Joe Green of Mrs. Toney Pam and Lucy of Braselton, Ga.. cauie, wherein plaintiff OKFIC1AL HMAI.) A. J. Thomaa, publication" Mar IS. IUO
Tetatone. LAKE ,
seeks divorce and
LOOKER GENEVABy award of minor *. Clerk of said Court (-11 tt S-I
Lake Butler Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Tobe who arrived Sunday for a week' children to defendent. Bradford By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk __ t

Mr. Ml Linda Gayle! Green visited Norman of Blanche Cunningham .ylalt. County Talvirrapli. shall publish this A, 3. Thomas, Jr. Starke. Florida. !. rireolt Ceart.. Stra4fard C:... I Hellbronn Springs and :Mr and Order In next four weekly iasups.Witness Atty. for Plf. 611 u ..t Klorldai laj f ...._,..
her grandmother Mr. W. H. Hinton Mrs. Gene Following\ a two weeks' stay my hand and official seal Frank A. Plaintiff, T*.
Sunday cf Waldo last Ellis of Worthington with her brother and sister-in-law at dtarka' )Florida thla May 14. l"60. let flmlt ('...;;. nradferd ("...tt," Martha A.Kn"PPkJr". Defendant.CXee .
Sowell' left weekend. Springs visited Mrs. Lattle Mr. and Mr. I. J Snow and (OFFICIAL SHAU> A. J. Thon'.... Vlorldai !. < ..._r No. 7S
attJ' visit.Mra., Mr. and Mr. Eddie Edward Mr. end Mrs. E. C. Long, Mr A* Clerk of said Court I .
to Castlen are Saturday. daughter Danette Jaeper I.. Kranke, Plaintiff. v>. Sarah Order of Peikllratlma Met". To
eteraburg of Saraaota, R. L. Bell By Haven Cnmby, Deputy Clerk ..-... .
visiting- his mother In returned to her homeIn Tucker Kranke, Defendant *| STAb OH Pll)RII TOl
JflOF Kentucky.The Mr.: Russell Green and chll- spent the weekend here with rel Marlanna T. Frank Lund rum. Atty for IMf (Caa No 7U'7. Martha A. K whoe* reel-

T M..... Sanford Hick. latter Is seriously ill. dren visited Mr. and :Mrs atives. C. J. Forsythe returned Monday. Additional |s -4t. ;uIn Order ot Pejhllcatloai *ejd Xotlee To done I is MR weat.lftb $lrp.t. ., New.
jid visited Mr. Mr*. E. J. Lewis, Mr. E. M. C Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr. App.r. SPATK OK PLOHIII TOl York. New York I,
Ten or st rke Taylor of Jacksonville Friday home with them for a visit. Long were Mrs Eva Circuit Costs. Rradforel Teeiaity, Sarah Tucker Kranke whose reel You are required ta appear. on \
stokes Sunday. Lewis and Miss Iva Mae Lewis, night. Mr. and Mrs. of Harrcll and Klortdal ,. < kaarerr dence I I. Kvlnaton: VirgInia; June 13. 1950. in theabov* named
S. G, Bishop Myrtck Raud Crew of Brooker. Hyman Applebaum Plaintiff ve. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
St. peter" Were In Gainesville shopping Friday You are required ta appear on
LaJT&I'1ore of Mrs. Russel Green and children Gainesville., were visitors her Relative who here Minnie Atiplebaitni (Ala,. known asMae Juno IS, 1150, In the above namen eeeke divorce Hradford County Tel-
last afternoon.Mr. were Friday, : : I
relatives here visited Mr. and Mrs Wednesday Applnbaum), Defendant. Cae* Court and cause wherein plaintiffeeeka enraph shall put-Han this Order In j
Sam .
lied Whitehead May 26. to four ...
attend the graduation No. TI4. divorce Hradford (' next weekly tuu. 4
and Mra. "nty Telcuraph '
T. of
W. Markey Water Oak Section Mon. Jamea of Miss Order ot Publication and Notice shall Witness hand and official eealt
I I I Hayes ot Palatka visited Norma Jean Dobbs from ) To nublleh title Order In my I \'f
T W Markey ware and Mr.. Pitt Baxter were In day morning. hi. wif Union Appear BTATK: OF) FtxminA TO: next four weekly, issues. Hturke, Florida, thl* May to 11110. .
Mrs. Monday Gainesville Monday Mrs. I and children here Sunday I County high school Lake Minnie Aprlehaum. also known a* Wltneaa my hand and official >.....1'a' OFFICIAL ,XEAt.) Ac J. ,Thnmaa",, b
,vftIe ehopping afternoon. Rosa Pinholater visited who at the present time are Butler were her grandmother, Mr..| Mae Applehaum) whose Htarke.. Florida this May 5. "60. A* Clerk of 51.1 Court.
Mrs, J. E. Hardy and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and addreae le, ISOl .veUon .. ... SK.A1 A. J. Thoma, HV Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk
Wiggins of visiting Mr.. Hayes' parents. Mr. Sapp of Sanderson and re.ld"c.1' !j
frank fUarke
Janet Bron: New York. A* Clerk of eald Court lAndruin Florlda.
Iva and Jane visited New
d )1.... E. J Lewla. her parents : River last weekend. and Mrs. L. N. Wagner, I Mrs. Joe. Stewart Mra. Percy r I! Yon- .are required lo Haven .flo.bl", ;Deputy Clerk A. y.. Adkln, Jr. 107 E. Union Bt* rlr rlrT. j

and Roy Green and Mr; and Mr. O. W. Barry Sunday: Mrg. Nora Sapp, Miss Lubedla Mrs., B. Cunningham and son Cason. Mrs. Ira Starling Mr: and June Is. 1t80. In the above named. Atty for -ii 4t 5-2 Unlneevllle I I Florida.
11 afternoon.. Court and caime. wherein plaintiff Atty, for Pit. l-ll 4t tUntlre .9
Mr.. Pinholater'
viSited Mr. and I Mrs. Rosa Pinholater Edison :wen business caller in Mr.. Reid Davis and Mr. Myra eeek divorce liradford County' Tel. In rimtlt Court, nradferd Coaaty. : .

children of Dukee:. Mr. and Mr.. O. W. Barry at. and Mr. Floyd Wiggins attended Starke Monday. I McCoy all of Ja k8onvllle.i I graph next four hell. weekly publish Innuee.Wtneee thla. Older. ,In Florldal Borden IN ('haneerr.Mayola Cam pen.. Plaintiff la'I.I.BUt.hereby" giver that theHoard t

[afternoon. tended the Hayes-Barry reunionat Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton'l' Mra. R. Forsythe. Mr. A. Carl .i and Mrs. Jack Nelson of I my hand and official. teal I ve. Joseph (I. ''Srnp.n: Jr. D..nd-I of County Commltlonrs of. !(}
Bradford .
ant. Caea No TUSH.Order Cntinty Florida will
I r
I W. Markey, Mrs. E. J.Kin. Kingsley Lake Sunday.Mr. golden wedding anniversary in son and Mr., B. Cunninghamwere Jacksonville were overnight guest at oFFICIAl.Htarke Florida this May >4, !>&u of Pe>kllcatl..i> Aad ........ ToAnitear. ....Iv.. a nlcd bide' Ht Cite County HI
Sowell and Starke Saturday night. In Gainesville of Mr and Mr. < SEA) A. J. Thon.ee; HI'ATM OP Court In titarfce, FUrldj, until .
fl ttle and Mr. H. D. Lynn and Friday. j R W, Brannen Aa Clerk of acid. Court. KIOIIIItA TOl .M"u\:
( 10 .
Bu. attended gradLndiM Mr. and Mr. Grady Register and Mr. and Mr. N. C. Mott and Mra. H. Ayres I. spending some Saturday I By" Haven Cronby. l>eputy Clerk Juaeph I Ie O.Kdenton.(Campen, North Jr.. whose Carolina.reeldenco R. 19&0!> for o'clotk the furnishing on Monday of
I II"II"J"nll
held at Lak. I daughter Sue of Lacoochee visited .' Mr. and Mra. 3. R. Mott visited time with friend. In Miami. ,I dtaike.T Frank. Flit, .atulrum Ally. for Mlf You are required to appear on I all Inh.... and material and for th.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack lit fleeult r,..M. Bra.lf.e4 .*.'y. 6U4t6l! Juno 11. 1,KO. In the nhova named erection nf a county. Jail bullillnoto ,
Igh school Friday night, Mr. and Mr.. 0. W. Barry and Simmons of Mr. and Mr.. Ray Forsythe are Klnrlda I I* Chaerei-T. I Court and cause wherein plaintiff b* erected at Stark Bradford CounIv !

Hinton of Waldo and attended the Hayes-Barry reunionat Montloch Sunday. expecting. their son Walter and his:, Kdwaril: Tavlur, I'lainllff. ".. Wll-l ,.. CircuIt Court. Bradford (....(y, seeks divorce Bradford County Tel- : Florida' under the provision of 1 ,;tt
H. Reed Lewis helinln' Taylor, Defendant. Cue Klorldai. In I kaejcery.Maraaret graph shall nublleh this Order In Sections 135.01 and tiS 1 02. Florida !
C Lee of Jasper visited Klngsley Lake Sunday. Starke visited family from Miami Sat. for a TSIrD o'l 1 1Order N Weld, Plaintiff, ve., next four weekly \leeuea.Wltnee Ktatutra. and Heanlutlon No. 100 ..
Ernest Edwards and Marvin :Tetatone ''of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C two weeks' visit.STATE. of Pl.>lleatlii... A.d Nolle To, Sumner A. Weld; Defendant. Case my hand and official Heal adopted hv aald Board, and according -
tra HamptonAkEZ' Lewis last weekend. I Afr. ".. *'r'rfo1 0i ',.OBII.* 'I'''I No. 7883. at Clarke, Florida, this 'B5 to plaits and pclfloatlon now ''t"
.'Inline Tavlur. whnee r..ii.nI ...i.' ., Order ef Pnhllealloei *ad Notice ToAppear OKKKJIAL. Slit!.) A. J,I'T'1-:; ::: on file the office of A J. Thomas '
Mr. and Mrs. I... L. Parker ant I* WhlteBlone; ; Lone Island::-N' ,,wYou art'IK' OK Pl.OHIItt lot 1 Ae Clerk of said Court Clerk nr' Circuit.. Court of Ilradtor,4County. 1'
daughter. York' t I Humner' A. >VAII| whoee r.. Bv Haven Crosby, Deputy ClerkAttya. : Florida and *x officio. Clerliof
.; I visited friends In Fern. FARM are required to appear on Me 15* Mount Ve7non !Street! for Pit. t-li .4tlej S-I sold. Hoard I at the County Court .4
[ STORE4; II IDl I I andlna Sunday.Mrs. June 19. U50. In the aboy. named MaeeachueettMI hl..nr.1 Hone' In Hi:lark., Florida Much plan 1
: Doris By Mrs. Wnltfleld Court and rauee wherein plaintiff. 1 required to tko Ce.rt ef tke Cooejtr J.d.e.Mrodford and epeclf leal I Inn* are avnllabl to
Kelley and children : Bryan eeeke uUrU : .. bidder. '.
divorce Hrxlford Count T.I. Juno In the above te lr. Florida. !a Pro' at the office of said Clerk \
were visiting In Gainesville Mon. esraph hail publish I thle Order In Court and celia wherein plaintiff "a'.. and alan at the office of Ja*. Campbell 11\\'
next four weekly l:I.sus. seeks divorce, Bradford County Teleajraph In re! Ratal: of J. n. Alexander, Ito..rel", Architect of Winter "
day.Mr. Community Club Meeting Wlln.... my hand and official Heal shall pnhll.h this Older In Deceaaed Park ;: Financial detail j
and Mr. Woodrow Thorns at mark*., Plnrlda. this May U. 1 50. next four weekly leeuee. To All Creditor'. and Person are available, a.t tn* office of pall .:
of La Crosse Exquisite summer flowers were OFFICIAL NEAL) A. J. ThornaeAa Witness my hand and official. Heal TtavlnaClaim* or Demand Against Clerk.
IFOR YOUR REQUIREMENTS visited Mr. and Mrs arranged make the club room I Clerk of saId Court. at Marke. Florida this May II, 160 Bald. ICalatet A certified check or hid bond In
CAS E. C. Lewis Sunday. By JUvfn Cranky. T>eputy Clerk I I I ,(OFFICIAL HRAtj A. J. Thomaa, You and each of you are hereby the amount of five (I> per cent of
I a lovely setting for Tuesday'* Ray tinlilen Selden II Ids., Daytona I I A* Clerk of said Court notified and required to nreeent anv the amount of the bid insist accompany -
\\ith Russell Green was In Jacksonville program meeting of the Commun.Itv .......h. Florida, By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk claims and d.... .ndl which you. or all hide for the purpose of
It/ Pays TaTTfaae'PROPANE Slade on business Monday Pub. Mrs. Lawrence Atty. for fir 6-lt 41 e.t Atty, for rif. I-ll. 4t ,.t either of you, may have against theestate ': orond faith, all uneucoeiHrul bidder
evening Dugger, .
of J It Alexander, deceased, chck will b* returned promptly I
,,/ Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shaw and first .vice-president. directed a !. Tae rtrr.lt <'sail. El5h... ....1. lit Circuit ..."(. Hredferd Cenaty, lato of eald County to the County th* successful bidder' check; will b*
.,. GAS son Leland were brief business rlmt t.I........ .. ... fee Hradfor! Florida I In 4 aaaeerr.. 'dr" of llradford County, FllrliU retained until a contract I I. entered
guests of Mr. and sell8lon.durlng' whichIt r ntr, Klerlde." !. Ckaeieory III.. Ada 1V1I Newton .Plaintiff. ".. leaao at office In tbe courthouee aisaid Into and performance kond furnlvb
GAS Appliances Mr. T. S. Mann Sunday evening- was decided that the club win ::;f I Newton, KeCendant.. Can No. County at Htarke, Florida ed; the INiard reserves trio right to

Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Thomas a girl scout I 10... U,.. ........... "'....... a U04. within eight calendar month from reject any and all bid. and, to waiveInformalltle
of sponsor organization m m"ratl.... PI.'."". w. O. )S. William Order at Publication Cud Vetlce 7.Appear. the time of the first publication nfthla *.
La Crease visited Mr. and Mrs. R under the leadership of Mrs. Dug. :| *. Jr.. ... al. Defendant. nr\TK Or- PI.OHIII T4 i notice.I Bach claim I or demand This notice 1* to n* rtibllBhed In
SLADE GAS COMPAYJnc E. Ha :en and MITKH' Of SLIT I laaao. N.wton, whose realdenc and shall n* In writing, and shall slate eight 1 cnnneuutlv weekly 's.uee ofItra.lfnrI
Sunray Mrs.
afternoon.Mr. A. C. Udhart. Carl
rer THB STATM OF FI.RIDATO adilree' la unknown! the place. of residence and poat office County. Telegraph, a wekIr !
and Mrs. Hugn Rahn of Roberta, director of Bradford high ,I Lelia Ma AMUIaipa Hammock and You are required to appear on addreen of the claimant and newspaper publlehed In Stark.
Call St. ... Slarke Fla. school band. his ensemble' K. J Hummock her hunband.. Home June tv IDfto, In the above named shall. b* 'wnrn tn by claimant a- Fliirlda, next prvdlnT June ft.lefto ,
E. Raiford. visited her mother Mrs presented 1. Perry Uenrula. and the unknown Court and rauitie wherein plnlntlffeeek I I I irent, or attorney and any pitch -
Bannie Mott Sunday afternoonMr. In three Interesting number Dur.j I hairs. dflvlnee, I *, ;grantee.*, .**.. *".,I divorce A> cnre, custody;. A control claim or demand not *o filed shall Board nf County Commissioners! t
of minor child Bradford County. b* void of Bradford County, Florida.
llenorn. creditor trust and other
the refreshment hour Miss Ada *
and Mrs. M. M. Gano of big claimant claiming Intereet In the Tl"ravh shall l nxhliKh this OrOvr AdA P. Alexander A. administrator M o MAHnHl.U ChaJrman.ATTKHTi i
FOR ALL TYPES OF Gainesville visited hi* parrnt Mr. Edwards of Lawtey gave lovely land hereinafter described bv,I In next four weekly leeue l l'Wttnexnty 'of the Relate of A. executor A. J. Thomas, Clerk
hand and official Heal of the Lat Will and Testament of (SHAD 4-14 It 5.1OOH't 'I
through under
niano selection er airalnet O Id.William
and Mrs. R. The hostesses i
F. Gano I
| :
[ PEST ,CONTROL Sunday.Mr. *, 8r., deceasedYou u_ __ _
Mrs. A. C. Davis and Mrs. J. E. *
and Mrs. Roy Fisher of are hereby notified that '*
WRITE OR PHONE Green Cove Springs attended Chambers. served cake with Ice Suit hut been filed ajtalnat you andO :

ORIDA) PEST CONTROL Brooker Junior high school bac. .cream and Coca-Colas. 'I I Williams M Wllllatne, hla Jrbanot Mary C. Jonea Nell. :

calaureate sermon which was held Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher returned Administrator ot th. Relit of '

and CHEMICAL CO. Sunday May 21st. home Tuesday following O. Mllllam, Mr. deceased and I
United Slate* of America. In'the
Ala. St. Gainesville Ph. 6035 ,visits with friend and relative beaVnp
H Mrs. Floyd W>gg>ns of New above.entitled cause and you ar :
mites Rodents All Household Pests River In Stuart Miami and Tampa. I I hereby' required, to erve upon plain.
was visiting here Mondjy tiff attorney who,. name e",1 *d- .
Miss Goodman of Cuth.
oo11ng -i Flame. Proofinglanpn Mrs. Wilson Green Is spendinga dree appear hereon your writtendefenxeii. '
to1 If the bill of :
bert. Georgia arrived Sunday any to complaint I
few days with her mother, Mrs In end putt, a. copy ,.f which ,
I 'tiona and Estimate Given by Graduate visit Mr. and Mr. A. C. KIrkland 1 I I
J. E. Hardee of La Crosse, whcis I. delivered In you herewith on or ,0 J '
EntoimiloglHta (University of Florida). 111. We Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Brown of' before June Id A. 1>. 1960. 5 SUMMER.// i ,
very wnsh hi r
a speed Herein fall not or decre pro con. \ THIS I
poty R. Sapp Roy V.'.Rolf recovery. Savannah Georgia. were. guests feneo will h.. entered agalnat you
of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Markham for the. relief prayed In the. bill of 1 1i

-F Hewlett S. -Anderson Mayor ofBrookf'l' Sunday night and Monday. I complaint Th. nature of mideult being forforerlimure # 1j I 1I i

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. William and nn the following- d.I .-
this week released the *t>rlh I "i1 property: eHW

TRANSFER: AND following report to citizens of their: son. Marion returned to %: of the NKVi. Section. 84, Town- j

.ALVAREZ&SON their home In Orange Beach Alabama ehlp ft Hittith., ItHtiire, 81 Knet: : andthe I''
: STORAGE CO.'r' Brooker on matters of Interest: I I ia..( 14 5cr.of the Km of the S I
Tuesday after having visited
It Is my belief that the citizen. HP.U"' of the NWVi of Section SI.TnwllKhln \
Mr. and Mn. J. L. William B 8thFlange II Kn"t: i
of our town should be kept fully the Kutit, 14 acre. of the 8H of the _
b We local for week.
9I' operate informed at all times as to the a the UK'of: thc NWU of raid. Election i
Miss Esther Crew of Jacksonville\ 21, Townnhlp 6 South Ilanaeit iI I
I, I actions of their local governmentand .. denorlhed the ii
Si long dlatance 10:" belna alan a. 6
the weekend with Mr ,
N past
matters of community Interest spent Naut: 92* feet of the South UII feetid S i
rfQVWOS. and Mrs. Marlon Crew., Jr. | the NWH of Section 24. Townablp -
2 | anywhere In V. 8.. With this thought in mindI 5 SoUth flange JH, Hunt: 5
and ,
:,. Mr. and Mt.. Milo Selgler Ii
will publish! from time to time, \V'ltnN' tnv hand and the seal cif, 5 S !
t EXCELLENTFor I thflr little son, Mike of Tails- said Court of Hturke. Klnrldu, this 0 ,
nforjnatlve notices of this nature hfissee were visitors of Mr. and I7lh dfly of May' A, I>. 1 11160.
: which will be posted in our A. r. THOMAS, Clerk C'lntilt I PourtirtlOAI. s. I i iI
STORAGEFACILITIES Mrs. Bryan Whitfield last .week : .) Uy Haven Qro l>y, I>. C '
post office.Cigarette Wm. II. later Attorm-y for I'laln- I
end.Mr. tlff .Addre**! 4U2 (Iulf Ufe llulldliitf -
Tux Rerelptu and Mr. M. E. Criner spent JaukHonvllle, .Florida _% ___ !.

The Town of Brooker receivedlast Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Martin 1.1t n 5.9 --: .,

Elcher neck from the State Comptroller Relnau in Palatka.Mr. la rirrult. r.... ... Itredforrt ('......", _.,= : I
........ ,. ..
our first check covering and Mra. W E. Flllyaw of Klorlria i In ____ .
first! Jatknon rialntlff. vn -
See llertrude l> I
r- us tax collections on cigarettes sold Lake Butler and their visitors.Mr. Vernon Dnle Jackion. defendant -_ Q ..
.. 1901. :;:;; ,
Brooker during the and Mrs. .1. F. Meredith and (" No. ;
in pertodiarth Order of Pnhllratlnn *.H Nollee To -- '
\ 1731. It amounted to their children, Velmar William\ Clara "T I'K .>K. VI.(III III C liii Drive out hot, stole &;,. ..draw infresh cool -
Florrle Evelyn and Leroy of GII., Vernon T>al* Jarkeon whose reel =:; '
$7956. At this rate Our Income nddree la Las Morochee; --- f) ,.
detiu and oi,. Easily installed in attic or window. "
from this source should easily were Saturday dinner guest of H:>t"di> Xullu. Venexuelu, Month A- ( .K.

.mount to $150 to $160 per month, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young. merlca.1 You .ar- required> appear tin models to fit every home and budget. --J''l('' \Jt- 1

or perhaps more. Mrs. J. B. Treadwell left Sun. June ID I It HO, In the above named Don't simmer thru the summer ...... ;
day for Atlanta, Georgia where. Court and rfiune wherein plaintiff. .
'dlvorc and rimtndy .and control : ""I
nerkv '
Bus Service she will make an extended stay of minor child Bradford TmintyTrl" SEE YOUR DEALER FLORID.POflit1GT! \ fflMPlITf r
at last that shall puiilleh' this' Order
It appears our with her son-in-law and daughter -raph : \
In next four: weekly Ineuen for a fioru to secure bus service to Mr. and Mra B. Adam. Reese Wltoeni my hand. and tifflclal' Deal '

PARTI'CULARthoughtfulness Jrooker have been successful and Rradley of Jacksonville took Mrs at xtnrke. Florida thl May 17.19f.ilOh I IA
Kiel At. UKAM A. J. Thiinta: :
that such service will be estab- Treadwell to Atlanta In his car ( .A* of eald Court, !
liMbed In the very near future. J. and they were accompanied on the'' Bv .Haven Croehy,kr>e|>utv Clerk .____ __ __ n. ___ _.,_ '

in serving and extreme E. Moat. trafna manager for trip by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley AllY.T frank for Plf.l.ntldrum, Btarke 6-U, Florida 4tIn .,.9 I'i

oi'cost. Tamlami Trail Tour., Inc., was inl'irooker end Carovln Bradley who returned -. i
modesty have justly T.. rirrvlt .I ..r.. Bradford
and advised me home Tuesday.Mr. .
c..Iuaty. Florid I kmnrrtrIienjnmln
signalized the worth and merit of our that his company had agreed to and Mr, Dave Thorntonand Franklin Yunrey Plaintiff -
v*. Mabel Kathryn. Adam Van..
well known Service.DeWlTT provide us with service and that Dewey Thornton returned ".Y. fiefemlnnt '

.. it .would begin as soon as they Sunday from Archer where they NOTICE TO APPKAR. ANn OUDEn

I> received the approval of the Florida had visited Mr. and Mrs. LindoeyThprnton IV THI9' OR NAIlS F.I".lt."I'JN OK THB STATE OP

0 Railroad &. Public Utilities ( for several day. DurIng -_ FIItlI TO: Mabel Kathryn
Aditm Vany, whose ..,dr...* I*
C. JONES Commission.Mr. that time Dewey Thornton tied Oak Vhxlnla. Moeti

Moat selected Eddie' Cafe alfjo visited Mr. and Mrs. Emory You ar* hereby notified that a
Phone 7 Starke Fla. Illlt of Complilnt for divorce h,..
most suitable location Townsend In Dunnellon. Friend
ad being the horn. flied In ibis Court on thiN nnvKKulnet

: for the bus station here, and regret that Mr. Thornton Sr., Is you by Henjamln PrarkiiflYlinecy
al 1 and are hereby required
Director Ambulance Service they have agreed to act as local ill and hope for Improvement In to appear you thereto at the office

::11 I for the company. his condition soon. : of the Clerk of thin Court at
funeral horn enables na to offer convenience and agents dtarke, Bradford County Florida,
I A tentative schedule has been Mr. and Mra. Charjea M. Snyder on the Itth day of June. into elee.

ervlces not otherwise available.. established as follows: and Mr. and Mr. Schaeffer of a decree pro ronfemo will b* entered ',

,,___r ,rs= :. rsrrrtSS'r__flnib I Lv. Brooker for Gainesville and Jacksonville were Sunday visitor agalnet I Ie farther von.II ordered that thIs

south-9.20: a.m., ....1'1'' of Mr. and Mr. W. O. Engram nolle bo published one each week !
the highest type service at lowest prices, and for four consecutive week priorto OF THE.
41.r Gainesville\ -9.45: a.m. Mr. P. S. Crew and Mr. and the return dy staled herein tn _

life Insurance policy. In force Issued by ANT Lv. Gainesville for Brooker !Mrs. Spencer Crews spent several the Hradford County Telearaph In \

&D7, aa payment {in. part or In full on a funeral Lake City and points north- days in Auburndate the early partof Hturka. Florida.VVItnen* my hand. and official peal LOW-PRICE f'

Conguitatlon carrie. no obligation. 8:13: pm.. Arr. Brooker-9:40: the week. They went to Auburn- at Htarke.; Florida, this lath day ef .

p.m. dale on account of the \illness Ms?. 1150.. A. J. Thorn.. FIELD :

.r. Moat Inform. me that two of Mr.. Crews' mother, Mr. Emma I Clerk of the Circuit t.'ourt; Urad-.
r..rd County,
h additional schedules can be provided Rivers. and friends hope that she Ferguson. A Jopllna-. .ak. city,

If business warrants it. 1 will be better soon. Florida. Attorneys for Plaintiff' ,., Ford's bill, bnutiful,

all\ of you to patronize this Carl Flllyaw w.ho returned ( I.U H 'a ind buy blll for '50! A

WATER SYSTEMS urge much as possible so !Saturday to his home In Lake l.. "lrc.lt Ce.. rt. Bradford ("...(,., _ _ _ _ _ 'w look will show you why 1
service as Florida I !. 4 ....."'... _ Ford was MlKtad as
-- we can be sure that It will not Butler after having worked in W, Frederick. HelnhartJ, Plaintiff : r. Fashion Car of ttr.V."On"TesIDrlv. .
_ _
f.H.fi.UNAHCEDDown away from us. Kilroy. California for om. H l' '*j vii Blanda Helnhard, Defendant ." f,
Ce taken
Can Mo "AI I.
spent Monday with Mr. and Mr. Order ef PehltrelUit' Aa4 ....1... Te ; shows you ford'S "Big-

No Town Council MeetingThe M. D. Young. | .......... TTK' OP FLORIKA TIPS Car" comfort' solid >

Payment! next meeting ot the Town Mia Erma Jean Godwin It Htanda. lUlnhard. whose I reeldence of readability and 'suundconditioned" -
ant poet office addreee City ai ---- .-- offOld's

Council will be held Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Flem-j Aq'iaehlcola' Slate of Pennsylvania: ______________ sturdy quiet"Lit.n .-
required to appear on
You are
June 6. at 8 p.m. In the community ng In Orlando. 1] June, 5l>, In the above named: _L guard" Body.
S ball. These meeting. are always Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox spentqturday Court:: 1'nJ.: cause wherein plaintifferk ------ -. :!.. -

the public and. you .. and with divorce Bradford County Tel \
open! to night Sunday publish I this Order In
are all cordially Invited to at- Mr. and Mr. Ralph Cox in Live) nut prnuh weekly iapuea.Wltnrae l .
1Qel/4I tc my hand and official eealat mite (Me iM Mieeen
opinion., _ _
tend-to express your : $. 1960 ,
HtarNe. Flnrlda. this May 1 ehee hie me*

Casing & Water Pumps Furnished make suggestions! and recommendation Oak.Mr.. and Mr. W. W. Floyd and'I ((I.FFICIAL. "' 1'JAr.Clerk) of A. eald J. Thomae.Aa ('attny eeneeelileilieceil.BIG I" ::1

as to how your government heir daughter Gwendolyn of Au- Haven Crosby, Deputy ClerkA

should be operated and how mrndale were vl,ltor. of Mr. am?. W- Chad wick, Jr, 827-al City I ECONOMY '

your money should be, spent. It Mr. C. D. Seller. Sunday and Fiulldlnirt.. for Pit.. Au.uetlne.1.lt FloridaAny. 4i .t. Great;. .os **U..i0*-provd bt .lie Grand Con: uTEST DRIVE" THE. .

.a your town and government Monday.Rev _____ yon Economy Hun. The>. a ford Sis wMi Over.

Complete Systems -'R adg.to Use and you are urged to partlclpat Jchn Bray pastor of Raiford 1, Notice le tierebr!MOTItK' given i all whomIt drlv wan tra.>Site dv.* niV lM..law-l>ricd.ton.4ul rJ 11

officIal. will be glad J Jto Church was the ,dinner m.y anassa. That :17 .re.1ltor _far#..law see eort. .law *peiartng. cost, (/.
w e Have The Famous JACUZZI Pumps jour town laptlst of Mr. and Mr. :John Ood- and .claimant of.... '.......,01 'OilMM Mgh" reeale............ ef* IkBig Lame., r..k.ege" RDI
havo you. u.st WIII__. deveaeed. .are '... file oTHt nW. O I
yin at noon Sunday. their reepeetlve. clalme aajalnet ..aldF..t.t. ,
I with the County Juds-e. e: K. )
e- Land Transfers Wednesday Mrs. L. F Chapman Bradford County.PlotIda. BIG POWIR-V-0 or 6"Yosckok.ofpeeecose.eyenSJh. d

went to their Fairfield Tennessee I "wltfn:: elarht calendarmonth .

!fOFg? ?1 -;- We Install These Water Systems Heady Mr. and Mrs. George W.Mr.Nettlesof and home for a three weeks' tay '\ true notice* from or the their flr.t clalme publication will be of fawMM lOO-h. V-.-UN only. V-S .In .to 0.td- AT YOUR FORD .S': I '
". Nothing Down Small Monthly' Payments Bradford County. She Is being Joined by Col. and1 barred by the Statutes of Limitation w ... eampanUmlnouanry. Hve ,3-.a SI.. ,
Hicks Sr., of Bradford *. Thin May t4th MSODeWltl So conomico/ buy. .andtoownl j
.[n. S. A. Jfrs. L. F. Chapman Jr., and their ,
C. Jesse, Administrator
land In the SE SOMUWlDf SEATS !
I I.Shull County. Track of son, Fielding, in, and Waltonof Htarke, Fla. t24-4t-| 'IU BIG

v quarter of, the SW quarter of the Quantico V1..rtn1Vial *, S.. .. loft. wlda peels whO II.. must t.Ip mid sIsuld.r

SW quarter of ec. 28, twp. 63 tor. of Dr. and Mr' *. D. L I. rirevjlt l.c..re.tie.eerT-Bradford re trriertdat com hi the .....prtc. field. ...... Oaf ice "com I

andMr. Harry. Raaen Plaintiff ... Fannie fort onMrr ear lee wfeioel ki ble car ..>...,.. I
r. range Z2 E. : Nix this past week were Dr. Mullen .Uefandent. Caa No. nitOr'.r I f

Plumbing & Heating 1tr. and J,1r. Ernest L. Lee of .. J- Crumbley who wen of I'nbllcellon and Notice To

Jacksonville\ to Mr. and Jfra. Edward : here Saturday :when en route Appear.Fannie It.HTATE...... rhoe t>9 FLf reeldenceand HHA TO ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANYMadison f

P1IOtIe T. Hobbs of Jacksonville. from their home In Philadelphia, aitdreea le 141 Na"y Walk Brooklyn '
1-14 of Mount' Ptea- New Tark & Adams Sts. Starke Fla. Telephone 118 1
.:. Starke Fla. Lot 10 of block E Pennsylvania to visit tins .in TOM are required lo appear .n 1I

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Miss Wainwright UDC Picnic June 7 I .fce,11.* .Duncan Detend.nt ,..
rrrr -r rr S- v- rrsrrrsrrt s-=rv I I Coffee Honoring ,

I } Miss Killingsworth Mr. Brassell To Wed The W. T. Week Chapter of I I Ore A..>..r..Of. ."ATM."ra or'1"a 'ted ...
the ,United Daughters of the Confederacy :I Mark.': Duncan, wh I'I.ORln", ,,
rvAivF Tuesday Morning, : will have its annual picnic I IS unknownTo arc : PeolGo

.. R :2f.T combined with a business andpro&'J'am I July 8, .required th, *Dp'.f i
Adams Mrs. J. I
Mrs. H. H. Court and ciuiS.
ivr hi
meeting, Wednesday wn., ,
Dlnklns. Mrs. T I se.k.. divorce. Wll"l,
II Kite. Mrs. BradroM
I Mundy, __ : .. June 7, at the home of Mrs. E, i craph Khali puloll..h'| unt'T'
W. B. I
and Mrs.
F Landrum next four cl'1I"> .
L. Matthews on Klngsley Lake. I weekly |I.,
1 Residence Jr.. entertained with a coffee Tuesday ,J.- Those planning to attend will I Witness. my hand a,.,", .f,, ,
June Caldwell Office morning from 11 to 12:30: o' I at Btarke, Florid.*. 110 '1'1 M
Th." State Farm 45 Editor .l-houe 29 'clock honoring Miss Willa Vida meet \,at the Methodist church at I,I (OFFICIAL SEAL) ''nOr.1'Th" '
10:30 o'clock ajn. An dork ""
: ,
Killingsworth, whose marriage tc I By Havn '4 c.
trssrSSA- St -trSrrrsJrSSSr5JSSSCSS Crrmby: ,
I 1!
I Mr. Sinclair L. Peek :will be an In rirral* (...r.. Bradford C*..'r.KlurldMi .I Jos. K. 221 Ct,
Dr. And Mrs. W. E. Middleton] Celebrate event of June 8, at the home of In tkeNeev. I ,' 01'1' <1: III 01
Doris' A. l>unc!n. plaintiff, "1. :Mar- Atty. for Pit .
Mrs. Adams. ell
Golden WerMine' Anniversary Saturday -h Guests were greeted at the door \

The Woman'a Club warn the setting Middleton and Mrs. E. L i ,, cpr : and presented to the receiving line _
Madge 4 A C,, by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs __J__ Kill 'em ALL withCOOKKILL
Matthews. Mrs. I. N. Breazeale r 4
last Saturday evening when : Mnxle Carter during the first

J>r. and Mrs. William. Epplng presented the guests to the re s hour and by Mrs. L. O. Powell OACHIN

Middleton entertained from_ aeven celvlng line. : and Mrs. James Lewis during the
At appointed ]Hours Mrs. M. F -. : second hour.
until nine-thirty o'clock In celebration
Brown Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs I
line composedof
The receiving was
of their Golden Wedding Oil. AND) KIRS. W. K. MIDDLETON are pictured above aa they Mallet
C. A. Knight, Mrs. A.. Z. Adkins Mrs. Adams Miss Killingsworth
cut the cake at the celebration of their Golden Wedding anniversary
anniversary. Mrs. R. P'. Demorest Mrs. W. B her mother Mrs. Winona Killings'

The large auditorium where the Mundy, Jr., and Mrs. L. D. Vining r last Saturday evening. Photo by Hollywood Photographers. worth and Mrs. S. L.. Peek. I THE BUG KILLER THAT KILLS MORE

guests were entertained wag decorated invited the guests to the refreshment The coffee*table Held a lovely ANret

with burning yellow taper: table. Miss Killingsworth Visiting Glee] Club arrangement of yellow roses. and Mr. and Mrs. Truby L. Wainwright -' THAN300KINOSOF

In candelabra tall floor basket The table was overlaid with an snap dragon surrounded with yel. of Lawtey'' announce the''I) HOUSEHOLD BUGS

o( yellow gladioli and Iris, anda Imported hand embroidered, linen Honoree At Shower To Be EntertainedAt low illusion. Pouring coffee dur engagement of their ""daughter, "-

profusion of yellow roses, carnations cloth. Decorating this. ) were arrangements ing the first hour was Mrs. James Mabel Marguerite to Jack D.: Contains Activating-'
and chrysanthemums against of yellow rose bud Miss Willa Vida Killingsworth,' Swim. Party Dennis with Miss Floried Kill Brassell. son at ;Mr. and Mrs. 'tint

a background of greeneryDr. yellow tube roses and greenery whose marriage to S. L. Peek, Jr.,I Members of the Emory-Valdosta- ingsworth serving during the second George W.. Brassell I \, Sr., Evans, "EXTANE".xctusve

and Mrs. Middleton received The centerpiece consisted of s will be an event of Thursday Glee Club will be guests of the hour. Ga. with COOKrKILLI'

their 'peste in fhe, lounge of the three-tiered wedding cake surrounded June 8, In the First Baptist church Rotary Club at a swim party and The punch bowl placed on an The weddingwill bean eventof
by ruffles of Illusion was the guest of honor at a Individual table, surroundedwith early summers In the. First
club standing In front of the large outdoor supper' Saturday eveningat was wacususa
fire place. The mantel was banked From this tiny nosegays tied with miscellaneous shower in the Education Strickland's landing on Kings- fern interspersed with daisies Methodist Church of Lawtey. GUARANTEED'COOKKILL

with a beautiful arrangement of satin ribbon of different lengths Building of the Baptist ley Lake. Following the supper Presiding at the punch bowl were to sjill easier s'-J11

yellowgladioli.. extended at Intervals. The centerpiece Church Thursday. afternoon .of the visiting singers will be heard Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. R. New BPW Officers '
last week at 4 o'cork. Hostesses and fastefthantany
was flanked by lighted taperi Stubblns. :
Little Mary Agnes and Anne I In a concert in the USO auditorium P. I '
Matthews granddaughters of Dr silver candelabra and epergnet- on this occasion were Mrs. R. A. at 8 o'clock. Preparation of the Others assisting the hostessef Are Installed bug killer 11
cards tee, surrounded by ruffles of illusion Green Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Mrs. will be in were Mrs. E. L.. Matthews I
and Mrs. received
Middleton. Fupper charge of Herbert Mrsl At. Dinner, Meeting tf11s1TtE.h
Greeting the guests at the door and yellow blossoms. Mrs. L. O. Powell. Mrs. ,James Lewis Deal., I' J. G. Godwin Mrs. Harry I you ever used...
Edward Burns had charge of cutting Mrs. Maxie Carter and Mrs. L. Mrs. Sale, Mrs-Ewel! Lawson ..
were their two daughters, MiasD A. Canova. The 36 glee club members will' Guy Miss Aulean Martin of Jacksonville ,OR TOUR '
the cake. V Mrs. R. P. McLeAdon Mr. Roy district director of, Business I a.cat'-
Guests were greeted at the door arrive In Starke about 5:30: Saturday MONET '
Pouring punch during the evening afternoon and will be Ward Mrs. J. M. Hembree, Miss and Professional Woman' Clubs:, seKa .__-_ _
Mrs. O. J. over
by McCriff and
were Miss Margie Middleton, of presented Jo Ann Dlnklns and Miss Manez conducted an Impressive rainbow r
night guests of
to the line members of the
Jacksonville, granddaughter of the receiving by Dodd. at Wed. ONLY 69MNv
installation dinner here
Mrs. W B. Mundy, Jr. The receiving Rotary Club under whose auspices a _
&BIIITARKE hosts. Miss Ona Demorest Ml" line the concert Is being presented here. 'The bride was presented with a nesday night of last week held In OUAITSU9 $ALtOtiLfwH4
Joan Smith, Mrs. H. M.:Richards, was composed of Mrs. piece of her chosen china by the the home of Mrs. Janie Avery for UCLSSVi siopaIaiPt

I 'FL':. Mrs. R. C. Buford Mrs. James Powell Miss Killingsworth, Mrs. hostesses as a mememto of the Incoming officers of. the Starke VCSI-SPIA Cli
Win 0 n a Killingsworth, Mrs.Browntee
Malone; Mrs. H. C_ Brown and Auxiliary occasion. club. President Pauline Torode,, 1ri.
.. ,
Mrs S. I. Peek and
Mrs.. O. L. Patten. Met Tuesday May 23. About 100 friends were Invited 'Delia Rosenberg, lit vice president, -
Fri., Sat., June *, 3 Mrs. Lewis. I I
Mrs. A. C. Durden, Mrs. F. H Mr. Ward ,to enjoy this lovely event with Pat Lambs, 2nd vice president, STARKE, FLORIDA
Roy invited the *
DOUBLE FEATURE Long and Mr. Mae.Jones of Jacksonville to the The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Mica Killingsworth. Madge Middleton' corresponding Starling's Grocery Comer Call &: Chi
guests see lovely
had charge of the guest gifts which were displayed many on First Presbyterian Church met Blackburn-Freeman] secretary, Helen Malone, recordIng AP ,Super Market 300 E. Call 5t8etur'
Africa Screams, book. In the church for the mrularmonthly .
three tables covered with lace and secretary, and Elizabeth Andrews Super Market 113 E. Call St

Others assisting in serving ..ndentertalnlnll' hand crocheted Abbott CoslrlloAND the guests were Mrs Mrs. Canova and Mrs. Carter Mrs.ning, May 23, at 8 and Braxton Freeman also of Miss Martin at 'a table centeredwith Western*Auto Asst., Store \ ,, 115 W Call 5

W. a. Halle, Mrs. F. F. Stump, escorted guests to the tea table, B. C. Holtzendorf presiding.I' Starke were married Thureday af, a birthday. cake with one Farm, Home' Auto Supply ,.:". 120 W. Call St

Mine Luclle Mitchell, Mrs. L. O which was covered with a lace The Young Matron's circle had I.ternoon May 23: by the Rev. Vic. burning "candle: marking the first'1 Koch Drug Store "* Corner Court i C
BootsofDestiny Powell, Mrs. Matle Gaiiagan Mrs cloth over pink and centered with charge of the program. Miss tor Jones, pastor'of the Church of' anniversary of the local club. N :
SlHtrunk '
Fred *
Seed 112 W. Call
A. H. Johns, Mrs. Hogan Smith an arrangement of pink carnations Evelyn Stump led the devotionals, Christ The weddiifg took place In Burning yellow tapers in ..silver .. SI:
Mr. W B. Sewell, Mrs. W. D with sliver leaves, surround: which consisted of songs, prayer; the home-of Mrs. Carrie Edwardr holders surrounded the cake. Darby' Grocery I-s West Call Si

Jones of Jacksonville and Mrs ed with pink illusion. On either and scripture. Mis. Stump In- on the corner of 7th and North' Members and other guests, the S. R. Johns Grotry< '. Washington Si

Dilworth Middleton of Ludlwiccl, side of the centerpiece were silver troduced Mrs. E. D. Tenly who Water Streets In the presence ota latter including Mrs Sara Curtis Carl Johns Fr d I Sred'' Washington' Si

With Ken MaynarJ Ga. candelabra holding burning spoke on "Missionary Might." us few relatives and friends. and Mrs. Beatrice Chace of Jacksonville Green's Flooring Store 629 N. Walnut St

Also Cartoon Serial Furnishing music throughoutthe white tapers. Silver trays placedat ing black! board Illustrations. and Mrs. Pansy Quigley Coole's Grocery CS,

Sun., Mon., June 4. S evening were Mrs. E. M. Davis Intervals held open faced sandwiches During the business, session W.S.C.S. NoticeThe of Green Cove Sptrngs, were seated I LAWTEY, FLORIDA
Mrs. L. A. Canova Mrs. E. K I mints and nuts, all carry- which' followed. the minutes of at tables centered with flora] I Wnlteheadi Grocery *' Don Ron Grw

GUILTY Ferryman Mrs. K. O. Duncan and ing out the pink and white color: the previous meeting and a note Woman' Society of Chris arrangements, with a gardenia at
Mrs. J. W. Klncald. scheme. of thanks from Mrs. A. H. Harley tian Service of the Methodist each plate. Before the Installation Also At All Leading Drug .* Hardware Storm"

BYSTANDER Mrs. MldtHeton chose for this The silver punch bowl surrounded were read. Church will hold the regular business Dennis. Richards entertained the

Zarhary Scott, Faye Emerson occasion a rose*lace gown poised with fern and pink gladioli The June meeting will be held program and social meetIng group with several accordion se

Finn Cartoon, Short. News over rose satin with matching accessories was placed on An Individual table at the home of Mrs. K. Q. Duncan.At in the recreation building next lections.Mlaa .
and covered with a We! cloth. Pouring Monday afternoon, June :3, at Martin gave an inspiring
an orchid the
formed &
close i4i1nI&
TUESDAY. JUNE 6 ONLY her corsage. punch during ,the first hour Mrs. F. F. Stump,of hostess the meeting, 'served, 3:30: o'clock. Hostesses! for the talk which. included some federation !i! See Your u r J weler '

4llO,' 8:45: 0:30 P.M. "Dr. and Mrs. Middleton were was Mrs. Green, with Miss Florled delicious refreshments to the t afternoon :will be the circle leaders bera history, welcomed new-mem ,
Killingsworth I Mrs Bertha Pearce, Mrs. into the club, and congratu
Children 25c, Adults tile married May 27, 1900 In Atkinson serving during the members present. lated _
.Lorenzo I If' Green the
retiring officers
second hour. and Mrs. Tom SladeJ and thenew

(Tax Included) Miss, C3a.Madge They; Middleton have three and children Mrs The hostesses presented the officers. Mrs. Torode announced JuJ 1 1st!
E. L. Matthews of Starke, and honoree with a piece of her chosen following committee Cl
silver as a memento of chairmen for the new year: memo
ON I StftGEIN R. L. Middleton of Jacksonville, the .
and four granddaughters.About occasion. 'ct4LdfrWitti bership, Pat Lambe; education and' ,

three hundred and Others assisting/ the hostesses vocation, Melba Partin: health and''I
fifty in 'carln for the trunnfM safety, Sara McCall; Internationalrelation )

PERSONWITH guests called during the evening, Mrs. H. -H. Adarga, -Mrs. J.were R. a and _nubile-_ Affair____n.._' _**_..*<.. I lIe will Show the proof that he is an

Chasteen, Jr., Mrs. O. B. thirty-nix on Howe; news service, Desta
Flynn, unattached males Seems I AUTHORIZED BVLOVA DISTRIBUTOR.
Anderson that Juntas
Wedding Mrs. Paul in and Virginia Dyal; finance,
Raymond, Mrs. Mattie town tomorrow night our Call Maryon Arnold} ; .

I Party Entertained Gahagan;; Mrs. Jim Ritch and Street lassies should declare a Smith' and the boys went to Keystone and parliamentarian, Garnita Hut. I J ,-

1AUfiffp Mrs. Vernon Silcox. special Sadie Hawkins day. Inn for a weekend and decided to. Other committee chairmen will ___ COnlyAUTHORIZEDEALERS I

Following their wedding re Appropriate music was played Ye., I hear those Emory-Valdosta to spend the summer. be anngunced at the June meeting,

hearsal in the University Methodist during the afternoon by Miss Glee Club lads will arrive In So there4"' they are-and a The gong, which the .local group E
pretty won
Chapel In Gainesville Sat- Betty Anne Flynn and Mrs. J. W. town 'about 5:30 'Saturday after- recently) occupied a promi will tak
good place .to be these hot nent
Klncaid. days position. Mia Martin
urday noon and will ? was
evening Miss Mamie remain
Smith overnight
and J. L. Anderson Jr., of Starke About 75 guests called during after their concert In the USO 4 .Hear that: Florence McLendon presented with a dainty handker- part in thia new BULOVA display!
and daughter, Jeannette, ''of Or- chlet as I
were guests of honor at the afternoon. building. .Should certainly a memento of the occa. .
a party pro- lando and Mr. sion.
and Mrs. E. B. :Mrs.! Janie
given by Mrs. Oscar B. Sandberg vide a golden opportunity for Matthews Avery was) In

: at her home on Hllldale Drive. I WCTU Meeting some of .our prospecting lassie.. Smith's house will occupy Martha charge of the arrangements and
At on Klngsley a delicluua
The rooms were decorated for Held In TabernacleMembers .Benton. .Incidentally bad to, hear that PatsyJ I July. .Dr. McLendon will during be attending to the installation dinner was served prloi 1
occasion _with arrangementsof depart unexpectedly sessions of the Dental Gem
gladioli and for Miami, so some other USO Jewelry
gardenias at points of the WCTU enjoyed Board In Jacksonville during that DANCE TONIGHT
lucky lass
of Interest. will be selected BHS ,
-1 a temperance and patriotic musical as time. .Callstreeters will be Interested Principal Charles Partin .
Quests were greeted at the and. social period Thursday I the Queen to in sit on the stage with to know that Myrtice announced yesterday that the USO: A ED SIMPSON
men the
door and invited Into the dining evening, May 33, In the Tabernacle ". .Advance night club scene Lewis and Hilda Forehand are building will be open, tonIght.(Fri. -
room by Miss Jean Crutherda and Annex. An Interesting notice. say that the curi pntly enjoying a (tour of day) for ,teen age dancing and Seaboard Railway Watch Inspector

Mr Sandberg. program had been arranged for Emory-Valdosta program Is un- Europe with Telfair and Myrwln recreation beginning at 8 o.clock. ,

The dining table was covered the occasion and young people usually plenty good of this fun year and contains Long. .Myrtlce and Hilda left ... .
and frolic
with a cut work were Invited to as from Idlewild. N.
cloth of Irish participate from well aa good Y. aboard an .
t- linen and centered with a miniature the five churchea in which there come out. Tickets music so be sure be to American Overseas Airliner on CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'

wedding cake surrounded by are WCTU member. This group tamed from may ob Sunday, May 21. .
your favorite .
Rotarlan. .
gardenias and presented several ,
flanked on either patriotic and .
side by lighted white tapers in temperance numb..,.. Hear' that Eva Stump (Mrs. F. WEEKEND SPECIAL!

silver holders. The punch bowl At the close of the program the Sunny Richards Is receiving F.) Is being urgently requestedto
was placed on the hall and were seated bcaticoup attend a reunion of the "First
end of the table at a long congratulations on her
and .surrounded with fern and guests were invited to the dining "Four Seasons Revue" last week, da ." at Sweetbrlar College In Refreshing Summer Salad Plates .

gardenias. At other points on table where refreshments ,were and I certainly must hasten to''.Virginia this weekend. At last

the table were silver trays holdIng served. add mine. ,'Twas quite a creditable account she hadn't decided whether
open faced sandwiches and production witho tiim, .. she could make it or not CHOICE OF:
mints. Mrs. Roberts HostessAt and scenery rivaling a Broadway- ----- but waa certainly hoping she could Congealed Fruit Salad

Mrs. J. L. Anderson Sr., prey 'show. .Partlcularly enjoyed the .See where George Manassa, Ham Salad

sided at the punch bowl. Mra.Sandberg' Lawn PartyMrs. dances by the Slade-Rusha-Smlth- ex-Callstreeter, I. covering himself Chicken ,. Salad

was assisted In caring Johns foursome Lu Green' toe: with glory In the bowling Cold Baked Ham
C. )f. world. .Won the
Roberts Jax Journal'i
for her guests by Mrs. Florence entertained number, and Mary Katherine'
Lundberg and Mra. Teford Rains. members of her Sunday school Adelsheimer'SJ artistic acrobatics Sixth Annual Florida Open BowlIng -

class with a lawn party at her .Margie' Manlre Tournament with its ac '
Among the guests from Starke seems to be rap-
home on West Madison companying awards' of a beautiful
were Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Harley Idly developing intoa, bush league
Thursday afternoon of last trophy, a $200 savings bond
Mr. and Mrs. W J. Johnston. Mr. week Ethel Merman and her singing/
Games were and $13 In cash. .Hear the
enjoyed, after and post
and Mra. Charles Burton, Mr.' and. Cavorting are always a bright
which the guesls were Invited spot In tof lce gang and a few "lnvltedguuta" With Iced
Mrs. J. L. Anderson Mr. and any production she's In Tea!
Carl Bauer Mra. Dora Into the house for ice cream and .Many were the regrets expressed enjoyed a deep sea fishing

Miss Janet Anderson and Mr.'j cake.Mrs. I that Sunnle will not be trip off Mayport Tuesday. .Madge
THE Roberta was assisted In back with Middleton wss'proud of the fact
Turner. us next fall. .
WABASH CANNONBALLS 1 I i sBirthday serving her guests by Mrs. J. M'I' she plan. to remain In the Seems frozen I that It was her first fishing" trip: Fresh Peach Sundae Atomizer FREE!!

: Mitchell] and Miss Lucille North when she goes back there on the briny deep ,jid' she didn't

Wettern Pals from rhe> Movies j( Party ell. MitCh-I this summer. get a bit seasick. .

Who Play and Sing rheMwiic J At SuiJivan Home Sandra Those Warren enjoying this affair I FUwh. .Next week has beer 1 1proclaimed Topped With WITH
You Like '..stli Mary Scott. Evelyn Carolyn hereby hastens. to make
1 "anti-gossip" week atKoch'

i celebrated Little Patricia her third Ann birthday Sullivan anniversary Dennis Scott.and Roland Dorothy Stern Masters.Charlene' an a correction.Interested party. .Am who Informed demands by I!j I whole.days Drug all Store.Koch personnel. .For seven wilT: Whipped Cream Coty Toilet Water I 1.85Four

I flue A Big Srera lilt! Wednesday afternoon a retraction that it was Mrs. 3.I tes( their resistance to humannature' Lr8
M.* Lucia) Alvares who gathered TCIapI..e ,\"
MissVainwright yen' to talk about other 20c
a party at the Sullivan homeon
data for
Slightly Honorable the! early history of the .
people. .Every time a staff memo
Bay Street. Hostess on' this{ ]Is 01 Fragrance
Complimented Etarke
Pat Ounce* .;4w Arnold occasion was her mother, Mrs. H.' Womsn/s' Club. an,thinI'report.d ber forgets and begins to gossip, World- Farooon
In this
B. Sullivan. I column last week he ,orAsbewiflbe (ouch!) .fined s
Wet: Ttiur.. June 7. 8DOUBLE 'I, Marguerite Wainwright of to -the contrary notwithstanding small sum*. and at the end of'next: "
FEATURE I Games were enjoyed by the little Lawtey was the guest of honor ata .Justt received a note and ..napahot'rom week the total forfeiture will be -P':: YOur Prescription Department maintains'the -
hlgh.J -
guests In the : linen-lingerie
yard after which shower In theTallah..e. Lewis
CITY ACROSS they were Invited In for Ice cream .' home of Mr and Mrs. of the Terrace Half In Los manager Angeles donated. .And to the some mind civic of organization man being --J est standards at all tlr le*. Ycr aW erJjA.i; t 8

cake andCocaCola.. Sidney S. Henry on May 27. Hostesses filled
stating that
THE RIVER bee planning by registered
a what
It Is. 'tis likely that the donation pharmacists using only Quality '
were Mr. Henry Miss.
Favors for the afternoon were trip back to theile'parte this summer will be
considerable( .Lit
Stephen McNally ANDTAKE Sue England tiny paper umbrellas and many Mary .Louise Oxer and Miss Jean and might drop by for a vis tie lapel tags inscribed "I' Win drugs and dispensed. minimum prices.CARPENTER'S.
colored balloon*. it. Hate to admit it. but that Not Talk About U" will be worn

ONE Mrs) Sullivan was assisted In friends Those attending the party were California climate most real/! r aa 'a boon to the memory. .Oft
caring for the of the bride-elect: from I have aumpln .According to that
children by Mrs. heard people deplore goaslp but
FALSE STEP allover the'tltate, who
Eloise Goodman and Mrs" Ida are attending snapshot, the Fountain of Youth I this is the first Urns X eve. recal'
Martha Hunt James.aieaaos George. with the her.Florida State University must be i In Los Angeles Instead of anyone attempting to do anything
Plus Latest New St. Augustine. .Friend Lewis '
There were about 20 children Miss I practical about It. .
Wainwright ,
present to enjoy this affair with lovely received many looks just as youthful as he didthea I "'.... areme> to be all for now. The Store
gifts throughout the '
Patricia Ann. from her many friends.evening 1. left these parts some 13 I 3oiong) .s.e.01l in the next. r-.< Where You See Your Prescription Filled "
or more years ago, Carolyn



JUN-19.5O :


Dr. and Mrs. R, P Stuhbins and Junlan Collins Frank ftalvatnr seeks divorce real dy. of minor
of st. Petersburg Mrs Laura Moseley returned' CARD OF THANKS rialnllff va. .
Miss Mary Rivers Stubbing left spent last weekend with Mr. and? home Wednesday after spending I want to thank the Conway Marchaa, Defendant. Can No. 7640.I I Shall.publish this County Order In neat four T
Of Pvbtlralloai Cud > T*
yesterday for Daytona Beat'hwbf're Mrs. E. W. Hayes at Klrigslej. several weeks In Bristol with her Dusting Service for their expert I Order Avrrar. STATM OP -.T: 1 weekly. (sues..
they will spend a week. Lake. son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and diluting and care for Frank Balvatcir Marrhono, whnaaritiildenr I Wltneaa my hand and offo'I| 80. .IUO.tOJl'.ICIAL ""I"1.
my corn crop. and adil, .aa la 639 Arrh I at Htarfce. Florida this May
:Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and 1 Miss June Patel had as her guest Mrs. C M. Phillips. Also the market manager Mr. R wood Place, care ilanaano, Altad.no'l 4CI..k SEALS of A. aald J.' Thomaa Court.,

their non, Paul Knight of New last weekend Miss Fran Taylor of Cool cotton skirts. $'.9R, $ .08 B. Alva rea. and the buyers for Callftirnlai, are required t*> By Tlaven Crnaby Deputy ClerK.

THE MEIP9ISle I York City Mrs. Merry Beth Jacksonville 1 A $S.98.t the Smart Khoppe. ., their consideration of grade and 'JII1'U., IPSO In the ahitv em:3 I T. Frank Landrum Starke..tFlorid"i,
'Smith and son, Cecil Court and cause wherein plaintiff AllY for PIt
and Miss quality of-the
Mr. and Mrs.
GaUaway Among the out-of-town guest same.John .
from Knight returned last weekend and daughter, Linda of Palatka attending the Golden Wedding celebration D. Plggs

bro[ W. F. :Mrs. IS. J. Flynn left Monday Kingsley Lake where were guests of Van Patel and of Dr. and Mrs. W. E.

Johnson Mr.plenry afternoon for Mobile Ala., where they enjoyed a two week vacation family last weekend. Mlddleton !last ..
Godwin and at the Mitchell Saturday evening I. .I..U ..... Rrsdford. Cuesty,
John Godwin spent she will spend a week visiting her. cottage Mrs. Alberta Richards and sons were, from Jacksonville Mrs. Mae Florida. I. Chs.r.ry.. Bulldozers For Rent

Grlftin Oa. v1a- ,, sister, Mra. Grace Welch. Mrs Effle John left Wednesday Dennis and Timothy left Thurs Jones, Misses Sophie and. Helen Violet William Vll"-la.K.! ;Smith, Hmllh.:I lirteiulant Plaintiff, Can, va. I
kePd In H. B. Mont- Quests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lake City where she will day for Milwaukee, WIs. where Reinorhl. Mrs. Elsa Lyles E. L. IMO.. 1919.

and )lira.. Roberts last weekend were Mrs.Robert's spend several days visiting her they will make their home. They Middleton and daughter Margie 0.... Of >>.kllpall.. An* N...|r-. T. 4
and familY.d nelce Mrs. Randolph Crosby will be M,. and \Mrs Doutt Jones, Mr. and Apprais STATK< |>K FloRin, Tot 7-anrf Clearing
Killian re- parents Mr. and Mrs. greatly missed In Starkc William K.: Hmlth, whose, residence O fy
yn. Jim Waynes- O. A. Graham of Mlcanopy. Cool cotton dreaHrn $2.98 & where Mrs. Richards has conducted Mrs. E L. Patten Mr. and Mrs ]1 and *rtilrf"" I.' Topper Lake, New \

'o their home weekend In after i Friends will be interested to 3.98 at the Smart Khoppe. a dancing school fQr the put E. J. Dahmer Dr. and Mrs. T.' G I N.York'You'ar Y._ X Leer.. Street, Tupimr tk, O Slumping'O t !

C.. loft Paul Knight who has several months and Dennis a Rltch, Mra. J. J. Williams, Mr > required to AIIP.arIn
weeks here vis- hear that Claude Johns, Jr.. son been vis July' '. '1950. In the shove named Ditches 'I\
!?veral On their return of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns of iting his parents Mr. and Mrs. talented accordionist, has taker and Mrs. Bill Dowllng and sons CUiTl.. and """. wherein plaintiff Drainage
II\lvea.\ P. E. musical Mrs W. Q. Dowllng Arthur Coo divorce and custody of ...hlill'arr..rd
Knight for the part on many programs.Mrs. .
Mrs Lake
bY' Kingsley won the Senatorial past two County Telegraph shall
accompanied I Road Grading i'
weeks returned last Neta and Cliff Mendoza; from Gainesville '' this' tinier in O 1
Joe Truby, for Scholarship from the 29th dis, weekend to Johnson left last week wi'k'tf neat four
brother New Mrs. Evalyn Mr. and
1 trict. York City to resume work for Patterson, La. where she will Cooper Wltiifi my hand and official seal. !
dvult. with the National Mrs.Vm.. Scarbroiigh DeWitt C at Htark, Klnrlila, .
Broadcasting spend the summer with her daughter this May 10 1910.
photographic, serv'ceamr *- Guests of Mr; and Mrs. J. L. Jones, Miss Elise Ad- IUVFICIAL HHAU) A. J.
Z. Thomas
Jones A.
U Company u production [ Mrs. Leo
&: Gift Shop Anderson last weekend were Mr. director Singleton. I kins, Jr.. Miss Ona Demorest. Mr ? A a Clerk of laid Court. -DAVE '" dill f
.. a position which he has held for Mr. and Mra E. S. Matthews are y Haven.. Crosby ".PU'y Clerk
\ and Mrs. R. A. Harley and daugh the past several to to : and Mrs. Fred Guy and Mrs. Jessie John J H ni1t>mnn. E.q i 413 col.
return their home
tars, Mary and Dora Lea, of years.Mra. expected nnlal' ckaonvlll_,
Ga., Lee .I\lt.
Lazenby from Tampa. .al" 'JIJ:
Ifhere ; Ate for
: Rosa Qlrton here after spending the past Several ? 4t
visitingOn Dorchester S. C., Mr and Mrs.Carl of St. Peters- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Abbott Mrs Gen Del, Starke, or Contact Me at Crosby Lake
weeks in Orlando with then ..., .
I burg visited her lai rirr.lt ..
his return Sunday Bauer and son, Frank of son Cleveland son-in-law and daughter Dr. and Q. C. Livingston, and Mrs. W. P. Klorldal l. .'."....1'Bradford',.. Comely .. .. .... ." .. .
accompanied by Mr*. Brunswick. Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. W. Neal near Theressa last weekend. Mrs. H. B. McLendon. Randall; Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Jane. I Jean Lillian \Xatnnn ]MnlM-hme. ', : _, "
J. Johnston and daughters. Cheryl Mrs. P. M. Barefoot sick Miami Mra. ,
who has been visiting with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman of ; T. H. Howard .
JM Brownie and Carol. of Atlanta. Ga., and W. F. Barefoot of Sanderson Daytona; Dr. and Mra. Dilworth
Mrs. Starke and Mrs. Miriam Klcklltet When You Select :
er Most
nl weeks Mrs. Dora Burton of Rome. Ga. spent Wednesday in Tampa Visiting and Miss. Dorothy Clair Klcklltcr Middleton and daughters Ltidlwlccl What Matters

Buddy Faxon .will(,arrive Friday relatives. Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. A. R
T. Vestal! of Jackson- ? of Green Cove Springs spent Tues Tell Us t
E weekend guest of'Mr.. from Lakeland to spend his sum- Miss Joan Carpenter of GalneHville day at St. Augustine Beach and Adams, Hortenoe Ga.; Mrs. Jas Baked Goods? Our Customers \ .
I mer vacation with >his mother L. Robinson Seville; Lt. Col. and ) \
.T. I* Casey. Mrs. W,. D. Faxon.MI' spent last weekend visiting Marlneland. Mrs O.' W. Griffin St. Augustine; ."'td p ,
Mra. John Deas and ,
her daughterSue
parents" Mr. and Mrs. Junlus
and Mrs., Claude Johns 'and Mrs. Miriam Klckllter and Miss
are spending this week in t
Smith and .
son of grandparents, Mr. and Dorothy Clair Knlckllter Green .
Kenneth spent Thursday Tallahassee visiting Mr. and Mra '
A'S. last week;; in Tallahassee visit- Mrs. R. A. Weeks I In! Keystone Harold Parody. Cove Springs; and Col. and Mrs "I,
Ing relatives. On their return Heights. I M-Sgt. and Mrs. John: S. Kirkham Joe Hill Williams Lake Butler. Jane Parker Fresh r,
Tim Mrs K ENJOY good music and fun* %
Friday they were accompaniedby returned recently after spendingtwo Mrs. MI11I0 Hlgglnbotham Is ailu
Then SANDWICHBunspkg..l5c \
Claude Johns Jr., who will hear the Emory-ValdoMa week ,in Barberton Ohio visiting her deter Mrs. Rosle r
spend his_ vacation here Glee Club, VSO!' auditorium. Sat. visiting relatives. Mrs Alma Glrton, In St. Petersburg for two I t'
D 0 unlay, 8 p.m. .
I'1 Mr. and Mrs. Harley Strong Scanlon Mrs. Kirkham's mother weeks. \
Mrs. Nona C. Moore attendedthe 1 Mr. and Mrt :J. K. Douglas!' were 'LAYOJ
o Jr., and daughter, Helen of At- returned to Starke with Mr and
'"RI. lanta,, Ga., will arrive tomorrowto graduation of her son, Earl. Mrs. Kirkham to spend the.summer guests of Mr. and Mrs Eustlce J t C J ,.
spend several weeks here with In Barwick, Ca.(' Thursday of last Miss Barbara Flnchan, who ParriKh of Lake Butler lal'1 Sun 1''

Mr. and Mrs., Harley F. Strong. week. She was accompanied by formerly made her home here wit .. .
day.Mr. too will o y Kl' h
her' Chamro you
B Mr. and Mra. G. J. McGrlff had I daughter Miss Louise Moore. Sgt. and Mrs. Kirkham, Is now and Mrs. T. J. Griffin had lii nun and Flaor onunta nioit. And I

as their guests' last weekend their I :Mrs. L E. Jordan and Mr. and residing at 1042: N. View Ave. aa their guest last weeknd -Cliff v you'll !>e- right on GA the,. Kam flavor, for I
Mrs. 1. E. Jordan. Jr., of Oviedo Barbarton whene fnmhno se .
O. Mendoza of Jacksonville.flLJ
'L son and daughter-in-law Mr. and y fadoaf Your' AP knowa th.i..I'd!: ; )
were over night of Mr. : only -
guests and an you '
Mrs. O. J. McGrlff, Jr., of Galres- frenh bakery lUllKhm. Ve.L.v.ry
; and Mrs. T. J. Griffin
vflle., Tuesday package of Jens Parker Pnnutc I .
Miss Diane Rltch of Miami is A Cakaa, a. well a l1.r..1] l treads e
Mrs. Effie Johns and Mrs. Ran- and foils. In mainped with the dale 1
of Lake City spent spending several weeks here visiting + right on the. wrapper. Neat time. ,
dolph Crosby '
T METAL ShopAve rke Thursday of last week' In Jack- her grandmother Mrs. Car U :.i: a i itiaIJ I aflll R'- try bakery A l"n lreatlt ilnliwl-rmih.! KudKat-pleuiilns flavor-freiih; +'

Ave, sonville visiting Mrs. Johns'.nephew rte Rltch and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Jane Parker Fresh. pros, tool 7 ;: \

01 flare mann Bids. J. J.,.Gross. In St. Vincent's Griffin. J
Dedicated To Community Service
Hospital. Batiste blouses $2.98 at the I.-
"Movies Are Better Than Ever" MARVEL .

6ibAilR l Smart. Mr. and Shopne.Mrs. Emmett Ferryman pkg. !15C +

-:- NOTICE -:- Jr., and their daughter Janet Saturday, June 3 ONLY Tues. & Wed., June 6 & 7 HOMESTYLE 1_

Lynn of Bethlehem, Fa., are vi U. DOUBLE FEATURE- -

Starke And ing Judge and Mrs. E. K, Ferryman Paramount r""" ri
(Am A NEWCOMER to this week. OUTCAST OF :

(Would Appreciate Your PatronageAuto Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Jr.. Mrs BLACK MESAWith LOAF i !

H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. J. E Charley Sterrrtt
Body & Fender Repairingdu 1
Futch spent Wednesday in Jack ANDHatchet j
Pont Duco & duLux Paints Used sonville. die '

Welding Q Painting 0 Wrecks RebuiltFree Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles of 1, ManRobinson .y FRESH JELLY ROLL Parker 33c I'

Esitmate 9 Fiat Class Work Miami visited Judge and Mrs. E t

(Walthall's Body Shop K.their Perryman summer, N. C this home week in Little enroute Switzerland te'I Plus Chap 6 "Ghost, Young of Zorro"' y' GOLD POUND CAKE J=:- 35c ;

Highway leO South of City Limits
Fun Frolic, and !Song' -f.inoryValdoHt
n Glen Club "SO aurtltoi-\ Sun. & Mon., June & 5 Jane Parker Light
Jane ;
lum Saturday 8 SUGARED DONUTS 19c
p.m. I ANGLE FOOD Parker, ..
.J>r. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and ,

ATTENTIONTOBACCO Dr. and Mr*. A. .covington at. R EPvEioNTechnicolor-

tended the annual picnic given by "Wan I Ring
e e e > :: :
GROWERSLet the auxiliary of the Alachua County To Be ASalesmanf", Short n

Medical Society held at SantaFe '
1' "
Lake Saturday everting; I
Us Write Your Mrs. :J. R. Wainwright and children .

left Monday for Miami where "Thurs: & Fri., June 8 & 9 ENJOY "Super-Right" MEATS j.;

AIL they will visit Mr. and Mrs. D. T. .
Clark for two weeks r TOP QUALITY GUARANTEED t: ..
R. G. Kldd returned to Elgin a

( Before You Need It Field Pensacola Monday after ?1v GG. .MA111ewe60N11N -Super-Right" !
spending last weekend here visit. Nectar Flavor Tested

Ing his family. IION.ALDCOlMAN i Tea Bags 100 for 79c Fresh Ground Beef f Ib. ; 55c"Superltight" '

very Branch of Emerson W. Kerr returned to, k .
his home In Chicago 111., this week j
I n hltahnuMt Evap.Milk : '
two weeks hen 1f L -
after spending I ,
with his aunt Mrs. Mayme I ,I N 3 tall cans 33c
Toomey and his cousin Run ;. r.aNjfk/ R.b Brisket Stew Ib 33cI
I or
Toomey. OI..>-Colorfxl Qtra. .

Miss Gunga Patel left Wednesday ....._1.. .

C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE for West Florida where she ClI.IS1I HOLM i Nutley, lb. 33c Fancy Dretwd & Drawn Quick Frozen. 'Grade A \'

will visit her uncle and aunt. Mr With Gloria Dellaven, WalterSlrnak ..-.or. Iwo .irks. AtNat I Crushed ,
and Mrs. B. F. Waller, for several! Edward Arnold Pineapple
Ib. 55c

PHONE 146 weeks. Musical.. Treat Em Plus Latest New "Land of Plus "Hobo Gadget Band" Cartooi.II Doles Flats 2 for 29c. e e. e'e'.. !

Constant Service Over 50 Years ory-VaMonta Glee Club USO audi- I Romance" Short A "Beautiful Ball" Short I I June Parker Potato Fancy Dressed & Drawn Fla.

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torlum. Saturday p.m.
: CHIPS '. 13c

CUT-UP FRYERS, lb. e.. e 49cTomatoes 1.
lona No. 2 can .

H LA LASSIFIED' Shop At DENMARK'S e lie Ready To Eat Sunnyfield Brand


--- AAB Corned Beef Cooked Picnics Ib. 43cCherries

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nnv hat at USO bids' FOR RAI.E: 2* Inch J. C. Uls.lnl Hash 29c
Pka.r night Notify this irlrl'M blcycl Newly palnteil. A-l Don't Forget FATHER On FATHER'S DAY ,
ltp condition. Bargain. 714 Oak ft. ..
Lx! r near Standard Oil bulk plant. liP Kath Luncheon
: SS ?
rNe, now''l II'a:; e.'f.5-'a:. ee
each .. ,
WHITE LADY d..I. ipovltlon Meat 3 for
'J $1.00 1
ptnn B on Murphy road H.I mile.. east aa housekeeper for small Father One Of Three Famous "Smart lot Get Father A t .: : II
up family. Inq. 101... Thelma Stoke Buy -
nIOS REPURRDI 124 R Thompson St., or phone 173- Design" Berk Lock Ions Gold Cream Style. ,4, "
I.*., A .. W. Star It.. lip /aCorn !
Hu..It ......... _1M..I......._.., .. Reading Lamp e lOc ;
C. '"IF."HIRIJ Fill dirt neat h..... crater .11. Platform Rockers .
..41..... ......... .PII. 2.551A tmmrn9ttilf. drive war .aTl... ;f.;'
Ovid awla, cars Sweet Shop, lona <) *
RAl'LT-IfJ: at Court at., etark tfp324| Calif. lb. 43c :sJ'
any kind Plan Ig. Bings
I Value
$89.50 Use Our Budget -
.'P 106 Jackson, Trail JuiceTom 46 oz. can 27c .
or (9.W tfto WANTED Man with car for Raw. j'
T lelsh: hualneas In City of Bfarke '
PHONE:Le vIS1nN I IN YOUR City Dealer March In Polk County 1111i i1 SALEPRICE AT CirffeeBokar !

v''rP RI.rk- RIt./ .j75 Seat Cha.Co"'..C.ttII .. dle-aged weekly has mad.alnce man average preferred.flrat Mules of year.Write ot Mid tUO at t 6950 1 lb. 69c Pineapples, Ig. Mex. Sugarloaf 29c ;

,. Ir one. giving.e. experience' Haw. 595 l. \
I....PHlit. OfRApHN 1'III'D: RADIO5. lelcha' n..pt. PAK-J70-JAU .At Ann Page Grape)
rlalFs: tention Mr. Lawa. P.O. Box With Ottoman : LIMA BUTTER BEANS 2 Ib. 29c
Lnenat.edt .
IU.EII C SHEPHERD Memphis Tenn. 4tp 5-8 Jam 1 lb. . 23C or 1
a A Lounge A.A Rocker f IJA8
Mildl''n Everybody -Aa .
IIn.. Starkej YEW Singer Sewing Machine It Fite '
'Ca.h Term are available In Floor Mairal Paper CELERY Fla. Pascal 46's 2 for 19cNapkins
'M, It.... .....a ...1 thla vectlon only through' SingerSewing A Rcllner. Also Beautiful .
D "nt. I.-rs. ..1"0. Co., 403 N. MarIon .HeOreal
w DI... Machine -' .
III, O'tiek. .er"t. $t., Lake City, F.a. Phone -- -"'- Lamps See Them!
h.sofa.' sm..lles. Day14 lie, writ or ",lalt our ahnp. Our Nice LETTUCE, Calif. Iceberg 60's 15c ; :
a.lloUSh will wlall Father A "
Rd tt tides Service care Give FoodGerbers

U YOUR TIMBER your home upon requeaU with tf e ISc ONIONS, New Texas Yellow, 3 lb..19c : ,
NOW MALE HELP WANTED: Cedar Wardrobe ,
work US 10 --
car wanted for route
Cash Prices Paid 120 In required.a day. No Steady.experience. Write or today capital SEE! our many talues on r I Nmtle Choc.Morsels Loose Or flagged NewWhite '

LL BUY-IN BULK MK.-HHABP. 111., 110 Eat Clark. Itp Htreet.Freeport. *-1, PRICE display that are too numerous to e d 20c \, ) Potatoes t t }10 fib.) 39c 1

OR I IN b..o..m SALE e ,
UNIT FOB RENTt Nice two our Visit for 1
hnuae. ...e Mra. J. D. Seymour. o mention in ad. us saggestions 23 Ib. Talu6Scratch ,

DWIoi:-W. PECK Water Htr.et. __npF' 95 .., for Father's Day and other e 1.23 YELLOW SQUASH. Ib. . . . 5c it

John W. Turner J 5*TOt. awn ARE car or OVER can J get I and"""under; nOW 49_ events. We will make special Free 17Bath i'\
P. will work Bar j ,
O. no, 463 If you are a man that Hoap Large \
" and would be Intereated In-a Job the day before. {We will '
Gainesville" FU. In Bradford County, on. thaC11 tit delivery Lava 2for25c 't
pay .you good moneywlth I nn lay- .. for delivery on any give
be of fa, writ me at Cone'rIYnure Values In store ,
a POst card and I a man /n Bradford .. ron.trulir We Also Have Some Extra Ivory Snow 27c :
In t>. 8. neneb **** Vi en dale.
Come tlee yea: cord A".., Orlando, Fla. ltpeWANTED Cedar Chests. t tMak.

':I"r? WITH OR Kingele? Lake ... DI....... SUM '
I : : Cottage
: t. hou PONWEErCUT.. .. for 'first two week lu July. or.
:.t 1" t, riox will rent entire month If "..c.. Dreft .. 27c : :
: ?M ::; lip ""ry.. Wanted toy .Dr. and Mra. H. CO. i. i
AO.llab bent
,A,: 1Ja, P. McLendon. Orlando. 11. nfc Furniture
. L John. ,. 101WasA1t thin* available, enntactb. c".ntf X: Denmark 300 East Call Street For Whiter Waabea ;
5 SILVER Telegraph Matthew at 8t'1'CLEAX STARKE. 'PLA Starke, Florida Oxydol . 27c C

PUoIrf LADLE ...,. 0'w. PHONE 151 .
Ie Shi: but' 1'v. for ROOMS for rent by .
"tur. Ii roea.Iavn.ed ..... ITnd.r new m.na..ment.Iu. \
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Wanda Crosby Mary Alice Crosby, and delicious refreshments were Mr. W. B.
that we don't have a good Johnson
worn out at all '
some canned before they are gone and we weren't
e it take. time to fuss stand, but some of the stalk have Anna Ruth Crosby, Pansy Crosby enjoyed Mr., and Mrs. Olin
Of course two good 1 ears on them, and of Beverly Jo Crosby, Delorea New Mr* Delmar McKenzl.) and baby Mr, John Grave,
from and on
Rescued our runner plant shovels sweeps Abernathy
Robert Jacksonville the weekend ot
that it'll mane Marshall Crosby of spent D.
we're optimistic
the weeds by pulling weeds by the cultivator frame, but that time course turn out pretty well. No use Kelly Floyd Crosby, Miss Dorothy with her parents, Mr* and Mr*. Beach were visiting, tl'tendt<1 n
of the beds when
hand from the tops .If quickly regained you last week.
being pessimistic for after all Ross, and Mrs. O. E. Crosby John Surrency,
and plowing out the middles with cultivate. For some strange reason .
there are enough things which gc The Sunnybrook Ilomo Demonstration Mrs. Ethel Dempsey returned
By Sam McGarvey the tractor. But the warm weather which escapes us at the .
,with do wrong on a farm without anticipating Club held its regular to her home last week after being
together an abundanceof moment, the easier we can a
The author will be (lad to 1"8- them. We know we have monthly meeting Thursday of last confined to the Starke hospital
rain Is all the weed. need. lob the more likely It I* that the Louis R.
crlv Item. of Interest concerning Weed.. and whisker grow well In lob will be done! some bad skips, that we have some week at Fender's store with the with illness Dean
the activities of farmer In Bradford County I worms, but we'll just have to wait following members present: MrsJ. Jeff Davis Is at home again TAX
Bradford County. Suggestion may and see what happens. R. Kelly president Mrs. Anna CONSULT INT
S Learned quite a lot about pastures i after spending five week In StLuke'
to left at the Telegraph aMee or eWe I Fender, secretary, Mr. Wesley
Comfort, our three-week-old meet, Hospital In Jacksonville BOOIKEEp1reSERVICE
mailed to Sam MeGan>e,, Lawtey, at the regular monthly have 46 pullets which lay McRae Mrs. Lester Crosby Pansy
Florida. heifer I I. coming along nicely. ing of the Bradford County Cat i about SO eggs a day. We have Crosby, and Miss Dorothy Rosa Mrs. Carl Jones Is recovering I

She nurse twice a day just before tlemen's Association. Heard two. I!22 hens which lay about 5 eggs a I It 'was decided that there would from hand injury sustained when
we milk and is at the nibbling she caught It in the washing machine
Had a delightful surprise this time you get the trucker biddlntagainst stage. She chew. on practically talks which were Interesting and day.WIy do we keep the old not be a meeting In June due tc wringer recently. I"boe
tc hens Answer is: we are not the fact that the agent will be "
other there dor.ens what
week when we received a packageof are everything but grass, but she hap Informative on grasses '| Little Rosales McKinny la spendIng 229
of" time when the to To market, or into the pot they go. at the annual rammer camp'for
how away US
poor farmer plant, how to plant care W.
., Call
salted peanuU from the G A learned to.drink water and eata e e I two week In Lute with hel St.
ha to hi* .tuff etc. It.* our 4-H girls at that time.
"give away 'for a pasture etc. STARKE
; little feed. But she has a mind brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and FLORIDA
Starkea of Smithfield Virginia her
tried In
rton-expert guess that if the BCCA Alice an experiment Miss Ross demonstrated canning
of her own, and well have a struggle
Certainly enjoyed them but even Had another escapade with Hen with her to calm l.or down se continues to have the same kind kitchen garden. She ha two rows I sweet corn< whole kernel style '
more an were pleased with the rletta-the of helpful meetings that more using! the new method.GRAHAM. s 1 t
gilt jumped that she can be handled. So far of laona Hybrid. Gave one rowa
kindness and thoughtfulness of from our elation wagon when It she I Is one kick, about 80 bump and more cattle raiser are irolng dose of Nitrate of Soda-the rNasAsI f'
there reader of the Telegraph wa. moving at 40 miles an hour ahead of us, but when she gets to attend. For Instance we learned other had none. The row that had 1 Il// '
Took her to Gainesville to be bred, too frisky we slap her In the face that a new strain of oats will no treatment Is "firing" badly 1 0 ... ) \
Also received a Mother' Day and she was docile as you please and she backs off a* if to say: be released by the Experiment!: while the row that had "soda" if r

card addressed to Mr.Joy Me- until we were smack right In the "Now what did I do wrong?" She i iI. Station in the. fall. .. strong and has a. healthy .green By Mrs John McKInney Mdvq
Garvey signed by Comfort. Till centers of Gainesville, when she la a little roughneck but we love Nothing startling about It,' but
'la a modern when a did her damdeat to Enjoyed a visit bj( County Agent .
truly age get up on the her when you see it demonstrated in A number of friend and neighbors
two-week-old calf I I. so precocious front seat with us. Sometime e e T. K. McClane Jr. at our.place: two rows next to eafn other .the I attended the Penny-Wise ss .

that ahe sends her mammy a careS! try driving with a ,200 Ib. hog Spent one whole day doing nothing Went over our plans ).with 'jT.K.expf'clally ."- proof Is apparent. Plastic demonstration and partyat I
Showed the card to Joy who on cover crops. To the .
practically sitting on but
your sorting potatoes and at
the home of Mr and Mrs. John
viewed It with typical bovine placidity . extent to which we are able, we WELDING
the end decided that we didn't Big problem in the next ten days McKlnny Friday night of last week
and then tried. tb chew ItS The troubles of loading and unloading like potatoes at all. They're toe think that well use Hairy Indigo or so is how to get corn-out :and Mr,. Essie Crosby of Starke .conducted
e hogs when having them doggone heavy to lift, and except early for a summer crop, and Lu- sold, and also get beans. tomatoes, the demonstration GamesFloriad '
Had the tweet corn dusted five bred finally wore us down so much for very brief Intervals do not pine for a fall and winter crop. corn, etc., canned. Alice lust I /
times at a total coat of '.2.80 and that we quickly took up Mn bring a good price compared with Learned that our good friend Nel got a new 21qt. pressure canner / ou N
think that we have had fairly,Edna Robert offer to sell "Red," son Green no longer Inoculater holds 18 '
us other crop. Don't see how a which pta or 9 qts., and .Jo\) v{)
good control of both the budworm her pet registered Duroc. We little fellow around here can compete hogs, and that the work will be ahe can't wait to use It. And pO .q :

and the earworm. ,The dusting* bought "Red". (full name: '"Top with the potato specialists done by "TK... make believe It won't help a lot to ,
were done at 3-day Interval (except Cherry King"), because. we've always over at Hastings e have vegetables put away for fu- J/oVi
for the first which was for wanted to get. started with S e Had a grim.experience this past turllJ.e! I..' We' offer the people of Stark put 01
week :with a, motor accident down .
the budworm
) and despite the> ,some good stock and tills seemed Talked with our,neighbor Jule
fact that two aide of the field like an excellent chance. He la a Eunice who tells us that he got the highway. Heard a crash, -=c 0U and vicinity' ; one of the moat 'L AntoiLtavirance '
are hemmed In by trees the due( two-year-old, weight about BOO lb., 57 hampers of snap beans from drove up to see If we could help ) '" raying
was well distributed over the field. and Is a well educated hog, a* he 20 Ib of seed (and that' only and saw two men pinned under SUNNYBROOKMlsa modern aad.finest equipped
One preliminary teat showed ,that came from the a .truck which had 'overturnedThe y :
University (really his first picking). Don't know if Wanda Crosby welding shop anywhere. .
4 out of 5 ear were wormfreeand I I. college bred). So now with a that Is a record or not but do men were extricated by passersby '
we'll be satisfied If that ratlc I good boar we'll get some sorva' know that It 1* about twice what and soon carried off to AU Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Charley) E.John
hold for the entire field. Pop and try to raise Starke In an ambulance Resolved The Sunnybrook 4-H Club went O
some good pigs. we got so as far a* we're concerned Agency
umea teat one ousting at ten minutes e its gqod.A that next time we hurry to the on a picnic Friday to Hamptor GSSAVINO '
and we compared that with Eating sweet corn regularly .. e scene of a nearby accident we'll Cake. Everyone enjoyed the refreshing GARAGE Paosie. IS STARKE, I Ipr Ir
last year when it took one man now. take along a flrit-ald outfit. swim after which a lunch
Alice has a pot good tranplanted Yankee. '
boiling e S SWell AND MACHINE
of sandwiches, SHOP)
three corn-on-the-cob and ;
days to cover the field. -
e break about a dozen ear, husk who believe In voting, we registered this week tell. the story Coca-Cola. was spread on the Bank at StarkeJ
It, sticks It.Jn 'the and cast our ballot in both about sweet Member F. DA!. C. Temple;Ave. Starke
Hit |t lucky down at the Starke water and lets our corn crop and ground. The member and friends '
it primaries. We think the secret we're quite nervous about it. Member FIa..Nail. Group R .fttI...THE TRAVELERS I H
Market the other day with some cook a while Served piping of good attending :were: Kathryn; Kelly I
government I I. .aim pIe.
nap beam. When unloading them, hot with plenty of butter', suit Vote for the man you think will .
a trucker looked at them and and pepper. It Is do the best .
unbelievably good job and if h.'doe.n'tdo
asked If they were cold yet. ,We Problem., worries,. hard work it, vote for another the
replied "no" {and thought to'our- all these you have In abundance i election. Just T T
on keep this up long
of aelves that we might have a heck a farm-but you eat the finest I enough, with all people voting, T
a time selling them because
freshest. food obtainable and we'd have better
government IN SALES
they were not good beans) and e .
kept on unloading. He bid
'1.1S0 Still
and then selling a few berries. Planti The other day when It 'was really -
trucker without are paying .
hyde and-seek with hot, we got after some patches
looking at them bid II.60, and before weeds and grass, but the berries which the weeds were choking and .
we had them unloaded they you find are good, and In no time at all with
seem ( the tractor
were sold for 12.00. But for every ,sweeter than ever. Hope to get of course) the work was done



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WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY __ Cor."Call & Cherry Streets i wairac.


POTATOES h.1] OL8. Zgc -

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Clothes Pins, 3 doz. 25c ''RICE,- 3 lb. .. e'e 29c ,


Luncheon One of \many 145.h p. Ford f-> Trucks operated by

Michi Las Motor Freight Lines.. Inc.,of Detroit Mich.
Rath's $ 00-

12 oz. cans I .




CHURNGOLD lb. Proof at U.d.rMpl. 1949 new truck Kc.ra r.glitrotiont AMERICA'S NO. 1 ALL THESE FEATURES
per can. 25c 01 reported by R. L Polk & Co.-total I for the '. Choice of V-o"
latest available' -month period of 1949 (October. ot 6-cyUnder power! *Two

November, December) compared to lit quarter-.how* TRUCK 14S-botse power Big Jobs! Over 17 J
that ford' Truck are coring. bigger 'oU' gain than all VALUE models to choose '.
other trucks combined A new 110-horse-

-, power Six! Million Dollar Cab with Air
fORD I.UCIS..TndllaKnn.- 25.S7I Wing ventilators! .* Bonus Built construe

BOLOGNA PER POUND Zgc All OTHEft MAKES COMIIW0. .track. aWees 2.094 WILL DO MORE tioowhich. means big reserves. of-.trength.

.+r'. "Trutk."B"-". .....Increot* 3.764 / ? .* New power-new models I -new features

Truck. "C:".". ,*....Increase 1,636 for 1950 and new, lower. prices .'. ? reduced

Truck "D".. ...d *r*< .. 1,967 ;. FOR YOUR DOLLAR"up! to $80.

Truck rr: ... :... ...inaoeee 1,25

All Other*.d.c....** 6,814 .. -.ONUSI .,.,.. "h wUMM.. ""'* *
WESTERN MED. SZ. KELLOGG'S c II wr.a..."., """ _,........

Chuck Roast Ib. 39c Corn Flakes -
a a .121/c -

.. (Ford Trucking Costs less Because

Corned* Beef f. r 39 Qe 'wO.. .' TRUCKS" 'LAS". LONGER

using fate. r.glsb'atien data w i,5l2,000 .necks. fife i .........c._..,..... peeve For" rivets Jabs jo.g.e,


Orange Juice, 2 for 33c BROOMS, each .89c : .

Madison & Adams Streets STARKE. .FLA.,
Telephone 118

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Christian Church"You Blood Deposited In The! Bank Is Better Ito T. J. Alderman of Starke. to keep young people from earning I amount of time for recreation and

1 I The NW quarter of the SE quarterof money," stated Cogglns, "but to relaxation."
will Than In The Ba nk
come and hand always find a wel- Money In Time Of Sicknessvhen the SE quarter of ec. 15: twp. assure them sara and healthful

the a to greet you at Although Starke baa theipoet 7 S, range 22 E, work conditions, and a sufficient\
friendly church in th. heart one of you are called to come right
of town," Rev. Homer Swlndall, modern and beat equipped I to the hospital to give blood. Buthis I, Mr. and Mrs A. J. Thomas. Jr., .- .. .- Save'Time Work
:of Starke to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. ,
minister blood banks '
sunDAYc1ak of the First Christian to be found anywhere, use of the bank blood may
Church of many people still do not understand I have Dowling of Stark*. SE quarterof
1tv Starke, reminds the' left a vacancy. Therefore!, and !
the the NE quarter of sec. 24, twp. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION 'Money
public this week. "Won't.you' operation or realize the I when you are called to come to
make a special effort to Importance of "depositing" blood the hospital to give blood do not fl S. range 21 E. Also the S 1.2
Baptist ChurchThis :worship'with
The Tabernacle us this Sunday" In the bank to their account, to I I be surprised If the blood you are of the NW quarter of sec. 19, twp Pound! Of Your

Services be used at a later date, either bythf'm.eh'ea. giving doe not Into friend's 6 S, range 22 E, 9
) visitor from Pennywere Sunday morning the pastor Sunday begin with go PHARMACISTS Laundry Done In
Several among the newcomer of the First Baptist Church will Bible school at 10 a.m under direc .or by others. vein. Try to comply with the request a
> tion of For this reason the Telegraph !lui to at certain hours.It Child Labor Law.
Tabernacle Sunday morning continue the subject "Proof That Clyde Colson. Superinten |'I appear Only .
the Charles Rogers, atired Jesus Was the Messiah" with the dent, Morning worship service reprinting the following article by la vitally Important to someone Violations ChargedMajor
d the Rev of the group, eleven o'clock sermon title "More opens at 11 a.m. with the Lord's Dr. Glen !''t. Shepherd health columnist ;who Is sick that you do come even
It Is
minister Minutes.
m0atInspiring mell age, Witnesses for Jesus. The choir Supper at 11;13:. Mr. SwlndallM which will help renders though your friend has received violations of the Child
a I get a clearer picture of the mate his blood from the bank.Under Washed S'potleM'i I;;
Hs, his theme John 10:9 and directed by Mra. Lucile Green will subject will be "Good Look" ter: Labor Law administered by the 40 ,
"' The evening message was bring special music and Mrs Mona The evening program gets underway I certain circumstances, Florida Industrial Commissionhave ly Clean-Ready I I'
the sponsor of the Canova will be at the organ. at 7 o'clock with ( The operation of blood banks 1111 I blood may not be acceptable. Itcan't To Iron r
Christian similar to that of ..commercial be used If you have eaten been charged against certain '
KSsdaiork, Hla ubject was Sunday evening at 8:00: the Endeavor, followed by the Evanrelistlc I
'' Vocal solos werendered happy hour ,will feature congregational ( service at 8 banks. But maintaining a sufficient within the last four hour becauseit Bradford County business establahments -
e Seed each service. singing of requested hymns time the minister will\p.m at which supply of fresn blood Is a Is filled with creamy fat particles according to Charles A. Cents la All It tl
at speak the
, on I
and choruses with the problem. Enough blood of the which will cause a reaction. 1
1 Is being pianoorganduo subject "Closed Doors." commission representative
A I pedal program pre- leading. The pastor's message many types must be always available Thus you should not stop for a Coggtns investigations 40 Costal Try Our i
The child labor
rid, for the Saturday night youth I will bo "Playing with God" midweek service Is held for lck people. Althoughmost snack on the way to the hospital handling f Q
/tUng. The mother's room Is for Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. of you wouldn't Ignore a Your blood will not be used If you In thin county. Service Soon! %

all services a sound proof.open room The Church board meeting will commercial ba k'a request to pay I have recently recovered from certain i No work permits were the reasons ON-THE-MINIT SERVICE
1 where mothers be held Tuesday night at 8 o'clock your loan or pay the note you! kinds of Infection or If you I for the accusations made a-
may see and heat
-a.OUR rND AO the services and keep their bablet and all members are urged to be have signed for a friend, some are under treatment for certain I galnst establishments engaged In PHONE The Washeteria
and children. present. people don't realize the urgent chronic diseases. It will not be retail trade and farming. The latter :
The Women's Council will necessity of making immediate deposit used if you have had malaria, even concern was also charged M'lthworklnl' 64 Avenue ,
school convene Day Night orb Tempi ?r
Sunday meets at 9:4: : In youth too long hours.
hospital blood-banks though
at the church Tuesday after you are havlne,no symptoms ,
Sunday morning with classes and noon at 3:30: o'clock. All ladles when their friends need blood. now. The retail establishment, which
Z.A departments for all ages. E. C. Blood banks under the direction was a store hired only
of the church are requested to be are The only currency In a blood- grocery
Mann.- Is superintendent, present and bring friends. of a doctor of medicine who is. bank Is blood. Money cannot be male Illegally, while the farm, i
.ITI Training unions gather at &:4! specially trained In that kind of transfused when people need which was using minor for strawberry JACUZZI MYKRS:
t .** .* Sunday evening for discussion, CATHOLIC CHURCH work. Helping him are several blood to maintain their life. picking, had both boys and WATER SYSTEMS
group. and fellowship period for laboratory technicians who type, girl in It* employment. Cogglnasaid
Q Sunday Mass 9:13: : a.m. Therefore when blood I* drawn
aU age* Sunday School 11 am. match and cross-match the,, blood from the bank to use on a patient, that this was the general
GAG O The public is Invited to hear messaged Week Day Mass 8:30: am. for transfusion and for storage. It la his responsibility to see that pattern of employment of the Keystone Well & Pump Co.
S from the Book of Revelationas I Blood la no longer given from blood 1 Ia replaced with blood rather youths in these Industrie I

SAVINGS the pastor leads study and discussion dayBible Study Is every Wednes the vein of the donor right Into than Insist on paying money Work permit may be obtainedby
each'Wednesday at 7:30: I day at 7:43:, : the vein of the recipient. It.a for It. He may need another pintof minors under 18 presenting KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA.
p.m. of this book that play drawn into clean sterilized of their and parental 4
Starke an very blood himself later, and certainly proof age apeprovel
orida Bank at important part in the world of today I glass' bottles having a vacuum so someone will need blood of to the County Board of SERVING STARKE & VICINITY
Member F. D. I?C. and of the next few yeanThe8e TAWTEY that blood can get in without have that same type soon. It might not Public Instruction. The permits PUMPS
I are important and vitamessages ing another opening from the be'In the hospital blood-bank if the should be obtained prior to em PIPE
Member Fla. NM) Group needed.by all. bottle Into the air. It la not uncommon person who Is transfused or his I ployment."The CUT & THREADED SERVICED '

Af every service a cordial welcome L. II. Futch for your friend to have relative did not replace the blood purpose of thla law Is not \ b
will be received by those who .received hIs blood from the bank he received with other fresh blood.

PHONE 218 come to worship at the First Baptist Demonstration, Club Met ---" -- i ii.
Church of Starke.
The Lawtey Home Demonstration If Spring Fever Tries To Get You Down,

COLONIALFLORIST St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Club held its regular monthly Take It
meeting Wednesday at the home ,Easy Fatigue MayBe The Cause

B. E. Simmons", B.D. Vlcai of Mr. Dan Harley, Businessof 1 1 I "Spring fever," when used to I physical "safety valve" an un
Services Sunday at St. Mark'i, the meeting Included plans for]i describe physical fatigue and lethargy 'mistakable signal that the body
Episcopal Church will consist 01 the zinnia show to be held In June|I attacks most frequently"and has had enough physical or mental

Holy Communion and sermon service and sponsoring a 4-H Club girl toM i with greatest force at this time of activity until it has a chance to i.jt i..
FLOWERSFOR beginning at 11 o'clock A. the short course aj Tallahassee.)'I the year, although It can come recuperate. The best immediate e >jt h YOUR 1950
Mrs. Harley. president, announced
conducted by the vicar. during any season. treatment for ordinary, temporary 11
ALL OCCASIONS The church la'' for there would not be meeting In!' gk n .a1
open dally June. 'I'i There Is a reason for this. Sometimes fatigue is rest. The first and best I Il4
prayer and meditation Miss Dorothy Rosa dpmoatrat I'I the body I Is merely reactingto step toward correcting chronic,
the change of warm spring days unexplained fatigue Is a visit to the
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th canning sweet corn whole kernel, after the cold Win- doctor for a complete medical
long winter. DODGE

( ) Sunday St.School and 9.4S Temple:, a. m.Ave.; Morn style Coca-Colas After using the the were meeting new served.method, refreshing Those I j I I tee person.weather indoors, too at tends sedentary to keep pursuits a- checkup. \4 4to

ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic
and fatigue be the bode
may Realty TransfersRecent
DISH GARDENS Service. T.OO: p. m. Everyone attending were: Mrs. Harley, Mr..
y's of demanding needed
Hubbard Harley. Mrs. H. C. Wainwright
POTTERY welcome., Mrs. Effie Miner. Mr. fresh air and exercise.' Or fatigue deeds 'recorded In the IS'1 ON THEWAY
Troy Bennett. Mrs. E. M. BIcunt I I may be caused by logtness, the result ,courthouse were:
POTTED' PLANTS CHURCH GOO Mrs. Sam McGarvey. Miss Rose, of steady eating of rich, heavy f Mr. and Mr. MaxIe Pressley of
Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor and foods usually consumed during 'Duval County Fhv.. to Mr and N1'',' 'xv
FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE 8th & St. Clair Sts. Patsy Wainwright cold month when the appetite Is M... Aaron McGuIre of Lawtey.Lot .
Sunday School 10 a.m. Fro k WInd Storm I I sharpened. I 12 of Ott's division of East '

Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Saturday afternoon about three Lack of sufficient sleep and restis Lawtey. I
Nona St Stark Sunday Evening Service.7:30: p,mY" o'clock a freak wind storm dipped obviously one of the most com Mf. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeof
P. E. Service 7:30-( *
Tuesday p.m. down on Lawtey and disturbed mon cause. of fatigue. Some of Bradford County to Mr. and
Prayer,Meeting Thursday 7; 0 p.m- the quiet little community for us foolishly think, that we can goon Mrs. J. R.'Chaateen.;Jr., of Starke.f

bout three minutes. Most the a-I I and ,on, working and playing to Lots 3 and 4 of block 3 of the ., 'yb n'i "e ,c 4
age was done to the oak excess, without giving the body a Livingston Truby and Company's
several being blown dawn. and chance to recover It's true that Addition to Starke In sec. 28, .

-- SUNDAY many branches and debris coveredthe the human body normally can recover twp 6 8. range 22 E. '.:..'....,. .
streets In several places, A quickly from ,ordinary fa Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Norman 1 1

"LIES DEVIL"will few roofs were damaged. Mrs.I tigue. But prolonged and excessive of Jacksonville to Canal Timber !
OF THE Joyce Futch had mot of tho roof fatigue la dangerous becauseIt Corporation of Tallahassee. TheE I IWe're

blown from one aIde of her home causes an accumulation of waste 620 feet of the NW quarter of
be the*topic of the Pastor's Evening: Message The wind was accompanied! by alight product and acids In the body the NW quarter of the NE quarterof

at 8 p.m., ....II I rain. Electric service was which are actually poisonous. sec 24, twp. 5:I 8, range 22 E. r'to takeQuick

-, out town.for several hours lit parts of Some people suffering from Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessent of ready now

FIRST chronic fatigue resort to excessive Bradford County to( Dr. and Mrs.
BAPTIST CHURCH HamptonBob James Gill of Jacksonville 1
was amounts of stimulant like coffee H, HvAdams of Bradford County.
Gray Pastor a visitor of the' Winter Glddlngs or patent medicines or pill Track of land In the SE cor of
during the weekend. which the SB quarter of the SW forYES
are supposed to give them quarter order
Bible School 10:00.a.m.. .. D. T. U. at 7:00 p.m. Mrs. Effie Miner and granddaughter "pep." This put a further strainon :of see. 2T, twp. 8 S range 22 E. your Delivery
Ann Wells ;
Mary were the body, whipping it Into action I Recent deed recorded In he
Church is Air-cooled for, your comfort business visitors to Jacksonvillelast past its endurance. The'polapns courthous were: J y

Mrs.week.-Hubert Prtjst will attending generated by fatigue are in- I .Joseph W Prevatt of Starke sot .. the finest Dodge model You'll be surprised how easily and j'
creased, and what 1* left of .the ,to Emory M. Prevatt of Starke.
to business In Jacksonvillelast I body'.natural resistance to 111- ,The NE quarter of the NW quarterof '" ever sold are on the way to our,, quickly you can own a new 1950 Digger

Rev. Lewis D. HaTnes, Pastor Miss Friday.Arthurlna Rlanchtrd of I I I ness and disease la completely *ec. 7, twp. 7 S. range 22 E. showroom right now. Factory production Value Dodge if i f you act at once! \1

Jacksonville was visiting her fa., broken down. Mr. 'and Mr. .Jeff Lewis of i It in.full awing. Now i* the time to get '
1| Fortunately, for most of us Starke to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
FIRST BAPTIST' CHURCH StarkeJefferson ther week., A. M, Blanchard,.during.. the'i spring fever 1 Ia short-lived and we B. Lewis of Starke. Lots 1, 2, an order in on your choice of model 1

i|tan' able to speed Its departure and 3 of block 22, of Temple's 1950 DODGE
S. J. Futch : Jacksonville. here
o .was With the big Spring season you .
& Court Streets In.The Heart Of Town with little attention to healthful Addition, to Starke.
relatives hare i
visiting' tier :
PHONES: Office 234.- Pastorium 130 weekend. during c.I'I living habit, The solution to get- Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Peters of want to enjoy your new Dodge now. !
tng( rid of it may be as simple as "Aiva 4r.bll nrsmew Mr MehACpe,4?*Iw.lV/
Gainesville to Lottie of
- Sumner
j-f m mr m m - -. rrr* js srrj-T-r- Mrs. Bostwlck of Gainesville Js
,, eating better balanced meals get \
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M. the truest of her aunt, Mr. A. A. ting a little exercise In the fresh Columbia County Fla. Lot 53 .
of Indian Beach sub-division In
Sunday School 9:45. A.M. Training: Unions 6:45 P.M. Cook, this week. I, air every day or getting to bed Bradford County.
Miss Lou Edwards of Jackson- I"
-MID-WEEK.. SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. vile was the weekend guest of on But time.there _I Is another type of Arttle M. Hall of Stark, to J. P. Roberts Motors
.- ? Sutton of West Palm Beach.
r her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Nora
fatigue excessive
-prolonged, ex-
Sunday, 11 A.M.: "More Witnesses for Jesus?, Edwards. I I I haustlon for no easily explained Track of land in the SW quarter I "
of S 600 Temple Ave. Starke Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starlingand reason-that should be of the NE .Quarter sec. twp.
Sunday, 8 P.M.: "Playing! with God" Mr. Clyde Starling of Avon lightly dismissed as "spring never fever". 7 8- range 22 E.
- -- Park are visiting friends and relatives Sarah Wilson of Bradford County
This kind of
*- r JUJTBTJJ r a jT i ff r-Jf J f i fatigue, frequently associated -
here this week. 1'I
with Infection and disease, .
A Friendly' Invitation From A_ Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley were means that something I I. seriously q'.

Friendly Church To All business visitor to Jacksonville wrong. The sufferer should go to
Extended; during the weekend. I I'I his doctor Immediately for a comet i'4
Martie and Jacqule Bales examination include
plete physical
home after tonsUectomle !in ing a chest X-ray. LOOlC!
Shadycrest Hospital In Starke. I I I Fatigue coming at any season of A GREAT NEW LINE OF
There will be no service in the the year can be dangerous to health

Complete One Methodist Church Sunday evening,, and even life If it I la Ignored andI
; Stop :, Rev. Glddinga, the pastor will be i allowed to become chronic. It la a "
In Gainesville attending the baccaI I
c laureate services at U, of F. Rev. Olddlng receive his bachelors FREEZERS

Dry Cleaning : jP degree erclses on at Tuesday.the commencement' ex- f./ KELVINATOR

J. M. Browning, who has been ,
: employed as of a store ..
Service HOWARD'SDR In Mlddleburg. returned to his .;, USA REPOH'( .;. SAVE ON SHOPPING

> home here and has acceptedem i o AVERAGE SANtYGrS UP a TRIPS!'SHOP IN YOUR

Cleaner ployment of with Starke.the New Method 6,9,12,and 2O CU. FT. r T0# 45t'PCR-MOWTMl OWN IuTCNEN '

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Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry we fIlL PHONE 79 BOll Paul: 95 Raymond- Agent Stark OLSON'S REFRIGERATION SERVICE 221 S. WALNUT. ST.5TARKE i.I I.,

Phone Temple Avenue Starke, Fla. \
28-J Starke Fla.

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I I GEORGIA SONGSTERS TO BE HEARD HERE SATURDAY NIGHTS I Marine Applicants the same afternoon,--

It Testing For T.B. And Bangs Disease To Be Interviewed "* Gillen HIg'h"Ry, Pall'lInlll
I t. Will Begin In Bradford. nty' June 12 I Here Next Monday dent, states thai Invetlgal.d It OCrur(
the front
I Bradford County Agent T. K few years and that although the I spring at the
:McClajie Jr., announced today percentage of tuberculous antma : Young men of Starke ean have Crosby end two
f that Veterinarians with the State is relatively low as compared I tc I the opportunity; of traveling for I were riding broke, 1I

i Livestock Sanitary Board woul? the total number of cattle In the j the next four years while learninga I two men were 101....,
t teat cattle for Tuberculosis and State, in some Instances reactor trade' and earning good pay, according -; jured.

t Bang disease In Bradford! County which have been disclosed by test to Master Sergeant Stephen The men wr,.,, 8PJla,

during the period June 12-24. could have transmlted the. dlseasto T.. Page, Jr., North Florida instant laborer "d' van
; W SI I I to be
streiised the, to humans." S Vf Marine Corps recruiter.Sergeant going tens 0ithnl( ,
t The County Agent I rr, M Carolina
,: urgency of having cattle tested, "The percentage of brucelloslof e Page will maintain an at the lime or(
t'i for tuberculosis ana brucellosis Bang's reactors to the tola 1 e r office In the Starke Post Office dent. Crosby B, a '

t: Ha!! said testing Is especially Important number of cattle .tested in the I from 10 a.m: Until /5' p.m. next South He'Is Carolina
to families owning cow. state," the doctor said, "has in ? Monday to Interview and accept urvh/ ,, b) 8 s
whose milk is used without pas creased markedly In the past five I men between 17 and 29 for Immediate Crosby, of Bell dlsde .
t( '... enlistment in the Marines A. E Cl-MSMy' '
teurization. years. .. .. lacke"" ,
"U. S. Marines the a sister, Mr
are roaming
In an Interview with Dr. C L Dr. Campbell pointed out that \orlnle A
Campbell, Director of Brucellosis the risk to human. in contracting a 1 f I globe today, as always," says Page Charleston, s.
"From such exotic Oriental clUe
and TuberculoBls for the State tuberculosis and brucellosis froir
Live ''Stock Sanitary Board, MrIlcClane beef which was slaughtered ant r alt Yokosuka In Japan to the Old Geo. Simons Jr.

I quoted the doctor as saying Inspected under competent vet. World cities of Paris and LyauteyIn Is
:; "that the incidence of tuber erlnary supervision, or from con I French Morocco, the Leathernecks Rotary Spealieaaorge ,

culosli in Florida cattle has been sumlmr milk or mUk product are visiting far-away places
-'ii: Simons
increasing slightly during the past properly processed under rigid seeing new places and making engineer and Jr. J.,
firm friendships with the people (
.. of many lands." ultant. was Ku,,t,5,
Rotary Club
"In addition to established ," Wednesday.
SElMCE Pictured above is the 36-man Emory-Valdosta Glee Club which will The Emory-Valdosta Glee Club was organized In the/fall of 1928, he continued "In such places posts' a* Faith in ourselves! our

\\ SIQRE I be heard In a concert here this Saturday: evening at 8 o'clock: in the' the year that Emory Junior College, a division of Emory University, Newfoundland Cuba, the Hawaiian and In God Is needed If a

-- I USO auditorium. Their appearance here Is sponsored by the Starke l was opened in Valdosta. Under the leadership of James Dasher, well- Islands, England, the Philippinesand save from civilization rotng Into, an we
PHONE, 189 a ,
Rotary Club. the British West Indies, perm
I known Georgia musician and composer,. the Club has built a reputa- mem cline, the speaker ,
State Roads 100 & 200 The program to be presented here Is described as "nothing high.brow" berg of the Second Marine Division said Ii
tion for a of genuine. entertainment music, and Starke for the
presenting program
it ,
STA.PKE: FLORIDA with enough variety to please music lovers of all tastes. routinely visit the ancient torts sponslbilltlea way m
OPEN 5'A.M TILL 11 P.M. Divided Into three parts the first group contains the most serious fun, running two hours. and cities of the Mediterranean." when utilities during the u

.. numbers. The second part consists of such novelties as "The Sing'ing Admission for the concert here la 75c for adults and 35c for "For travel and adventure," says had to be rapidly and expand other.

Cowboys" ''The Four Hoarsemen," and "Brass Trio." children. the sergeant, "you can't beat.: the care of swollen popui,h

Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, I Th. concluding: part of the program Is presented as a high spirit During; their overnight stay' !In Starke, the-members of the Glee U. S Marines. Simons recalled that hew

I ed night club scene. Club will be guests in the homes of Rotarlans. here several tlme (to
And Assessories
... .
/ Crippled Children'sClinic this planning in
.... lor hllcoulI..1 a
local or county ordinances, Is neg. Today the then

Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car llglble.Imminent However danger which he stressed exists the Ir IF YOU-WERE NOT COUNTED IN THE CENSUS FILL At Health UnitA National Mr. Simons Resources was Ban intrw>
i by the new'SlIIcone process: The new becoming infected from eating beef OUT THIS FORM AND MAIL IMMEDIATELY his longtime friend, C. X

way to lasting: car beauty $7.50 which has no): been Inspected 01 .. diagnostic clinic for crippled who had charge of the

WATERPROOF 0 Corrosion Resistant From drinking unpasteurlzed milk ., My address on April 1, 1950 was: children from Bradford and Union President G. S. New
Counties nounced
is held that
The director said that not only being' today menses

r his agency and the U S. Bureau House Number and Street_"'____..____________ ..__._._-..__ Apt. No.; _,________. (Friday) In the Bradford HeaJthDepartm.nt ,Scout Troop. 70 will aai.
on .Church St. ale 0( tickets to
'J.. of Animal Industry, cooperating (Or description of.location) the Em
but. also the State Board of Health I Held free of charge and designedto dosta Glee Club concert

'constantly striving to InformJie.publltTof City, town, ..village..------------------_-------.-- _____ State _-w_ ....__..,__ aid all crippled children: 1 evening He also mated
the necessity of hav- this area the clinic is open t nginning next Wednesday
jig cattle tested for tuberculosli any child in the 'state under''' 21 will meet In the Amerta
and brucellosis1 to minimize th Name Of Each Person those Usual RelatlonHhlp of thle. SEX + A011Flee. years of age for, an examination Hall.

spread,of the disease. Dr. Campbell Of Rt'8l..lH'e Wan In This. Person to the head M COLOR. AT For foHow-up and treatment ''BIO VACATION: D\

,,' 5 quoted from State Board o t n..u..hold. Pn April I, 191\0 01 the Iioullthuld, OR, OR LAST only those cases that !pave .ta The State Farm
H.P.IS Health record. In citing that In such IU Head 1, Wife, "F RACE BIRTH.irat crippled condition that can be Club Is Co
1948.. Florida had 3,313 reported! ( nameF'nt name) (Initial)) Sun, Roomer; ek. DAY benefitted by treatment and sponsoring: a dan'
sases,.and 720 deatha In humane _. .. Community Club Bullto,
-- whose financiallyable
parents are
t -
rom tuberculosis and that in 194 : 7 State Farm Friday even,
THE SIZE ': v to pay for the service I In
3,475 2 at 7:30. There will be
were were reported cases, 0
whole or in part, are accepted for
an Increase of nearly five per cent .f and band .music for bet
and only 621 deaths, a decrease ; ':< care.Old and round dancing. A
patients will be. examinedby
of nearly fourteen- per cent. "The :7.s .f"jrlt' '. ... 25c and COc.wTc.T.
: the surgeons to check Jip on
Increase In the number of cases. ..
he :'7"i treatments which have been given
director explained. "la duo < ." '.
the conscientious efforts of the I previously. New. cases will be

public, physicians, and health officials examined and those needing hospital
) care wit be. sent to Jackson ,
detect the disease
at an '
THE early stage: the decrease in the ville. MILLIONS TON Mr
number of deaths being the reiuli i.1/ you haven't been visited by a census enumerator clip this coupon, OF DOLLARS ARE:

of treatment before an advanced! fill In, and mail It' to District Supervisor, U.$. Bureau of the Census, PO. Fatal Accident EVERY YEAR TO HI
stage la reached" H* said thata Box 688.317 Main Street, Jacksonville, Florida. DRINKING CUSTOMS:
MODEL TN. New Neutral Clutch. New complete compilation was un.av"allable Baynard Allen Crosby, 83; died ARE YOU GIVING: TO

Shock Abtorber D ivo. New for the number of caaei of Health records showed eighty lna_ Jacksonville hospital late Saturday TRAINING YOUNG: FOU
Vori-Volume Pump. Th"Furnow. of undulant fever or brucelloaUn alx, cases reported., Since more Large AudienceIs L vett'. Planning afternoon as the result of TO DRINK f'? f ? ,

Five'" votifd "Mo'.tPupulor' i iCoen humans,, but that State Board than 10,000 cases of brucellosl Pleased Store Expansion I injuries, received in highway FROM OHIO M...."
by Johnr.on motoi were-found In cattle in 1949 the accident 'north of L .wtey earliei
With! Dance .
I. Revue
doctor believes tbat this la not
ear.eme.e. a The Wlnn Lovett Grocery Co.

I' N 14. Who overheard- which true picture exists in 9f the human state.brucellosis .A colorful dance revue, depict. will begin remodelling; operations Kill 'em ALL with -
I Ing the four seasons of the soon to greatly enlarge and expand
In line with its
l policy of eradication r .
1 I of "3f! the State Live Stock Sanitary was presented Thursday eveningof its store, in Starke, COOKKILLU' "EKessKNNDa "
e a Board and the V. S. Bureauof ,I last week in the USO auditorium Lovetts will increase Its floor ::: :: ::

i Animal Industry Is presently I by the dance students. of Mrs. space to Include:.the quarters va e _
Alberta Richards. cated this week by the Southern _
conducting: programs In the various
s. Florida counties to test cattle Divided Into four parts-Spring, Store in the Green Building on
f Summer, Fall and Winter-each West call St. It Is expected that .
$174 BRADFORD HARDWARE co.1fH8 the without charge to determine act was Introduced by appropriate I work will -begin on the remodel- KOCH DRUG STORE Telrpho*
4 tr ; presence or absence of tuberculosis Startif,
and brucellosis. music sung by Joan Terny. Patsy ling opperation'about June 15.,

STARKE, FLORIDA Mr, McClane hu extended the Benton, and Allese Lawson. I The Southern Store, original

services of his department In assisting Gay costumes, against a back. Van H. Priest ten cent store In
In these programs. Those : ground of cleverly-conceived scenery Starke, closed after some 16 yean For the Best Movies Visit the

desiring to have their cattle TB provided Just the right atmosphere of business In that location. The

Y. rturning and Brucellosis l tested: .houd: contact which for the dance numbers larger and newer Priest store will AIRPARK DRIVE-IN THEM
his office wellperformedthroughout.
Immediately In or. continue at Its present location.
der that he may assign them a
definite Outstanding; among the dances The new store was opened In
date for test, as a group : Keystone Heights
intoa .of field veterinarians will be assigned was the Indian ballet, which had I the war years and for a decade' .

to this testing during the as Its theme "Pale Moon", sung. the Priest chain, had "two -units
"4"? period June 12-24. McClane by Myra Payette. The sole In i _
: stated dance Starke.. Friday *: Saturday Juno' ltd 3
that this service will not be available number In this scene was
again for three year. taken by Betty Ann Simmon., asa Protractors IBc at the Bradford RIDERS OF THE DUSK
captive maiden sacrificed to Couaty Telegraph A'..
the Featuring your new western' star, Whip Wilson. A fpicture.
; gods ..1 rotor protractors. ,
'eJlei fill Jelr Presvritiol Powerful Shortwave Carol Rusha. Joann Stade. San- ..
Transmitter StationAt dra Johns, and Joann Smith.com Aim Chapter 4 "Ghost of Zorro" Conie<.llei>
prised a nlmble'footed.foursoma .

s Keystone Airpark dancing In each act. Their"Bal HAVE YOU SEEN Sun. Mon., June 4 ft S Wed Thurs, June Ita
a let In Blue", In the Winter scene
Keystone Airpark la now the -- ,
was Ken
particularly eye-appealing. Murray ,
location !arowwserM
of one of the moat power. / r
ful short wave radio Another highlight of the Win, ON TELEVISIONPhone wlla..RY.
stations In the country transmitting. ter scene was a'' ballet toe numberby I \. \ : i
=i Lu Green In a resplendentwhite
Roy H.
s Browning manager 6f '
Ice skater's costume.A )
,< t r the airport, la -operator of this i MACOONAId\) r2 :
tatton which has an Input bit of variety was added to
That's no hocw-pocw. It can happen! to 1,000 watts and operates powUup or the program by several duet : M011t1 l .,

the 10 meter amateur radio numbers sung by Miss MargieManlr f r-
In fact, that's what does happento band.
and James Alvarez'
The call letters
every $3 you invert in U.S. Sav- are W4RBB. '
Their rendition of "Baby It's Cold'
toga Bonds. Every $3 turns Into $4 tacted Browning all but staUs two states that he within has con the Outside" waa'one of the comic'j' ..aNlNiliOtwIth

at the end of 10 year U. S. and has worked (talked to) highlights of the revue, and they

Ther '. no trick to it, but it does about half of the countries of the also played the bride and groom 239. Starke For
world. in the ;wedding scene which FJIEE Demonstration
teem like magic-and it'i almost
magic the way :you can buy those The facilities of amateur radio closed the first .act. Chas., C. 'Shepherdmmmmwm
stations are always available for Particularly well received Were
k>nd>. :any emergency, with communlca-- an exhibition ballroom number i,' Plus Selected Show Subject Plus Selected' Short Su

fere's all you have 10.do. Just Ion: and service to the public without danced by Mrs. Richards and Mr.I .

t.l come to this bank and arrange foe charge. The Government has Alvares. and an acrobatic numberby
e always encouraged amateur radio, little Miss Mary Katherine
regular purchase of U.S. Bonds.Then .
which Is the main reason for thoutstanding'development Adelshelroer.

at the end of ten yean,look and leadership Margaret Rosa Duncan's readIng -
t r 1 what'happened I AH those $3's have of the U. S. in radio and > "Betty at the Baseball Game,'! WAYS

I turned 'into $4's. Just like magic and lectronlcs today. Amateur radta :was another bit of variety which TO 30 DAY e
, just as wonderful) constitutes the country's largestpool helped to keep''the revue mbvlng ,

I" I of trained technicians and operator -lat a brisk pace. CHARG! CHARGEBUDGET

' FOR YOUR FINANCIALINDEPENDENCEBUY and the reputation of this Piano accompaniment for the
group during the last war, In all I dancers was played by Mrs. Wm.
'I 11jN111 yew M"fl a pWMrlpHoii( f* m t* be fllltd." ew .pfcermodtrt. i fields standing of electronic was out-, HelnU and Miss Betty Ann Flynn. TERMS

M1 Wll d trw ..ebMie best ef ... world. rneunsi for KM ..elttVflvbt ''u. S. SAVINGS BONDS'tf During peace time the radfcsmateur t Mrs.Costumes Ruby were Collins.supervised by

.,. .Ingredients wakk ta satisfied to .It back '
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