Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 25, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03178
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Ready Established In 1879

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STARKE. }'URIJFlun..\Y. U'L5.. 1952

To ';Go ; Starke Preparing For State Tourney; I, One Name Goes M- :MBKK- TU .

t, I,I District Title Sought At Wiston I One Returns ; Two Plead Guilty

Junior The Baseball local American team played Legion T part played of in Florida West since Palm 191'It Beach wa ir r Call Street regained: one old

The advance the opening event of the District 1949 i familiar name this week and lost :
detachment of the and Wauchula; the last > another On Arson

local National Guard unit left I Tournament at Williston Thursday two years Hundreds of fans from' While the ChargeCured

Thursday morning for Ft. MeClellan. afternoon but outcome of the throughout Florida are expected 1: pelted: sign of :Mitchell ap-

I game was not known at I again over the drug: ton-
Ala. The detachment left pres to be drawn here by this event. I
Ion East Call Street the ,,, ,.
time name of
early for the Legion teams from Gainesville -
of Season
purpose drivingthe tickets
are "
now on saleat "
unit vehicles I ] Starke. Ocala. High Springsand Darby disappeared as the gro1Cer :
carrying equip Alvarez Store, where the tro- I TobaccoBurned
II > of that i-
ment to be used Williston are competing forthe | narre closed it- iI
during the field phies are also displayed. Chas. S. doors i -
on West Call.Darbv's. .
training period and to make bil : district title in tournament: Partin is serving as tournament 1

leting arrangements for the main play which will] continue through chairman. A.1.. established by the late I In House I

Saturday The powerful Starke i Darbhad been m continuous ;;
body of the company which will I A mammoth banquet will b E. 'i iI
operation here _
arrive in camp Monday morning. I, nine under the leadership of Hell given Monday night. Aug. 4. 1 in I half toi nortthan -_ _

The detachment consisted of CaptH. Thomas is conceded to be "the: the BHS cafeteria by the FordI I a centurx In CaniBlanding ,, Loss $6,500 '' -
days it moved ft1l'm..r
team to watch". its
Bemreuter Sgt. George Wink I and Mercury dealers of Florida.
i location
ler, CpL John L. Alvarez, and Cpl.Jos. Local fan who wish to follow' j joint sponsors of the Junior ball at the railroad on Call) St ,
/ I to its
picsent building four block-
N. Warren. the team may purchase tickets a: Tournament .\n
program. team.-:*. I to the west.Charles ) \\a\, > on lake if- \ hethr

Two members of the unit left I Alvarez Store in Starke. coaches and managers will be it\ on the grand &seal .
.cE( h\
I Darby last of the fa miI
Wednesday night by rail to at The area title will be decided I honored .Nero Lack
guests on this occasion I II ly to in 81 .V I). or the
Silhouetied operate the business attributes I
in 'I !
the dour nfStarke' next week in
tend the four-day pre-camp cook1school Jacksonville before'the : Starke lost its last practicegame hunting the night of
I its closing to the stiff :\\eaih-
conducted by the mess personnel armor, c'rf'\\-c'ruJlilt'd| grand finale the State Tourn- 4-3 to Ocala there Monday I j I erbeatrn outhouse) -arson i -I-_ ,
I'fc Karl: competition a small' independent is an -
at Ft. McClellan. These men t Xonnan take- a last ament gets under way in Stark, afternoon The team is expectedto i I ugly; word.Wednesday. I
l look at the M-l tore; must buck to stay in busi 1 w. .'
were Cpl. John B. Clark and Pvt rifle lit' liascleaned on August 5. This is considered a I make better show in district i i S -
pes these
Ode D. McGee. in preparation fr.r camp.Of high honor for Starke as it will 1 play, however a- itfull strength I < days. II I I _

The main b9of the compan: the haircut Karl: \a> >: "1 had I be the first time the State Touinnament has not been on hand f''iany' of :Mr. Darby was elected Clerk of j I o'clock nit1rttln.: .' 4 ; L 4 r i
the Circuit Court in the two '
it cut extra short has primaries men 't.t ,
will leave Steuay: afternoon at'': so it'll last been played in th-: the practice games >

6 o'clock from the Starke depot. I! until \\r get buck home. I ilonttrip.t last spring and will take office I Circuit Judge A. Z .\dh'-: 'i

the unit will travel by Pullman _1 th...<> campHOW hal"l..r." Building Permits Motor Boat Laws nex- .Jalllla tv 1. I all but vacant roM'tr >
and is scheduled to arrive in TO pleaded guilty t'l' .ir- >.. -
camp Monday at '9:30: a.m. They : Ban New I 1. conJ degree.
MAIL TO r.l'AHD.sMK.N: Speed Noise Firm PlansI
will have a pre-departure meal in I
( RANK) Rise In The
VolumeBuilding men: Arlie Bi ,.
I > :, ":
: III'
a local restaurant Sunday afternoon ':
( NAME: ) At Kingsley Calvin Starling. both o' .
: 1 ; '
and will eat breakfast on -
JIll| & I JIll ('0. 2.1 Hn, 121 Inf To Locate Here Their self-confessed : m,'
the train Monday morning. I $
Hi(1'1a( I'art burning
I ) permits for the first a log house '
in .
\\ F. Coolex flay' \\ 1" !h t.-
Current strength of the unit Fort : Count de'i! .
McClellan Ala. six months of 1932: showed buildings stored some D.OOO '
puts sheriff poiuui"t' : '
I is nine officers, one warrant officer I i valued at $125,800 had been i! and constableelt'ct.ii ; Starke will become! a distributing c:ured tobacco (
I estimat-l
and 74 enlisted men-the i be conducted for training pur: i or were being constructed in the i, this"t'ek issued a warning to vjjolators i. i point for DravTiteustom | !$S5.000), ) belonging ) \ -lu'
of I Jett I 111\ .
largest number to attend a summer ,i'poses. Some of these are recruit ]i Starke city limits. This figure I the strict laws iegulaj | built trailer hitches this fall. it'J' md his son Basil.

camp with the Starke outS training for the men recently j[ ting the operation of motor boats was announced yesterday by Mrs. Their
en-1 t compares $119.915 for the last I !ion Lake j story: Bill Cain: Gnfcn '
l r
fit since the unit was re-activated listed, communications training toi I six months of 1951 and with I Marian How Chamber of Commerce ;: I f'armer w"as to have

in November 1916. I include radio. message center and A special act. passed by tl estate executive i paid: them
I $207.520 for the first six month II secretary. $150: to do the .
legislature I job. They haven P .I.u /ttj I :\1 ,. ,
The train will be made up in telephone. motor school for mechanics of last year.fluilding in 1939 provide: The company which is located ; >'.et collected" Ij l't ,. ,

Jacksonville, where other units in (1: and drivers clerks schoo1! I Inspector D. W. Car I that motor boats operated or 1; at 11357 Marti'nsville Road. Belle- ,/ Cain's'ersion: He I Sheriff I*. U. Keihlish (left ) returns ..> jail Arlic

this part of the state and as far for office personnel supply school! penter stated that the volume of Kingsley Lake must be equippedwith I I ville. Mich. has already leased j I th ing, did no such I Calvin Starling after their arraignment before ItroiighKm an

and others. a stock factory muffler from A. D. Crosby lnd Wednesday
south as Leesburg will be consol- building a building at" Cain's I morning; Hlien
was in Starke they
increasing I pleaded
idated to make one troop train. 1 Capt. Hugh B. Ingram. commander although this year's first six underwater exhau-ts or other device I Washington and Cherry Strf't't.i'I\' j,:ged ill supposed motive': AI-I' degree. guilty to arson in the M"t'n<>

of the I| capable of adequately muffling |! to us<> for warehouse and office feeling that is said'tc -
Lt. Co!. T: K. McClane, command Starke unit. stated months figure was markedly lower j,iave existed
the the sound of the exhaust. Thaw purposes. This is the : between him and hasty retreat.
building The
tng officer of the Second Battalion yesterday outlook is that than lat ( ;ij)avis men jumped in .
will be train commander. I every man I in the unit will attend year's. j I': l provides that the muffler ttiat has been used by Mr. Crosby L, over" damages resulting the car and drove northwest i arrested and subsequently 1'1''und..r /.,,.,*, "
He fl
pointed out that last year's' 'for rom an along $>,0i))
the automobile bond.
must be several for'his the He
in months
kept Jiad
After arrival "We have hid working order at accident Frank >-ri
at camp.
camp Mondaymorning a very successful Abernathy:
I was swelled by two everal road. Some |
building : all farm suppbbusint'5s years ago. having a part: in the
times and be which he distance buminK l
the Guardsmen will year and this is the climax. I kept closed at L : away they i >
with i
I an estimated cost of 66. will close out. Outcome of \\' tossed: the informations)
the of the in set ." Capt. Ingram said "We I all times while the boat is in ednest1av's ar- can! out of the on two count'i,i
spend rest day I .
j I 170) and $6.: .000. He said that r' eir; but been
> A signment it
I lease ha* also been :: Sentence wa? filed against ,
operation.The signed I "taken later him
ting up housekeeping so that expect to win ai least one of the I on'e th.* Dad undervisement" found and identified by s- '
was Manufacturing
Big with
; Attorney
George T.
Vampfy for by the E
schedule the law further provides that the ; judge. Brough- They had Duncan :and/
training may begin on trophies given annually by I intended
Co. and the it
other was new pfy rental house 'nn and seems, | face tnal
at the at
Tuesday. All types of schools wili L 124th Infantry and rrabe more." I "no such motor boats shall be north end I Starling remanded to merely fo unload the the fall term "r
classrooms the school. of Walnut ):1OCt'upit'd ill until gasoline cmt
for St.
I operated in a reckless manner or The house will be II sentence is passed. the house that at court.

The largest new construction at an excessive rate of by Bob Firth who will be ,1 Maximum sentence possible: ten :return after afternoon and then i Also implicated i is Claud.-[ -.

Post t Office Hit First Class 'receiving a buildin; permit this'' to speed sc local manager for the firm. ars. i dark and finish the ling who Croughton
May ; as endanger the life or property I.job. However not 1 declare .
I year was the 12-unit addition tc I of any person in or on the; Mrs. Howe stated that she contacted 1),1 U 5 ; '''troundth.tall seeing anyone : proached him ( Broughton >
.. the Dixie Motor Court Wm. It I i. corn hij
costing Wichello, owner of the was about the i weeks before
lake six o'clock ]I McI I the
having due regard for theffc I Satllry i Kinney actual I burn
AiReceiptSho* Marked Increase I $0:: ). ence ofth..r boats, baUiers, fany. 12 whenj'imps. 'cijed to go ahead i had offeii-.i.1
: Construction of two new filling persons engaged in fishing, or objects while she was managing the 1I-' h 8. and John 10, looked up1; 'tri th then. and get it over ( pay Starling to do the horn

I station*, one for $1.000 and one Bradford County exhibit at the'fr' om their work I I :[ Starling
in and on such waters." n. of breaking corn The wanted Brought.: .
[ for $12.000, were the other majoii r ;siate: Kair in Tampa last m i the youngsters the help him
Starke's mail men are the For the fiscal ear ending June A speed limit of five miles pe r rent-u-.I I far end of fheir father.| 1 lightened corn field j I do the job acconii' '/",

busiest they've been since the 30 Starke's postal receipts reached i I i iterrs for this year. No homes! hosting our is fixed for boats while pass. ary She got him interested inJfKtaike I hn ilcKinney's field to see a 1 liv within an inch of their i I I Broughton's story
closing of Camp Blanding and the a of 'i c $10.000( ( or over were buill t t as a distiibuting point for car pull at ran home and told I\
post war high 31163.01 ;ling i within a hundred yards 0 I f up an untenanted their i However on the ,
;; j during th first six months of thi.xear. .<" his product. and he and his I: houcame se log i>arents. but the day >'
local po.-'t office may be given a .The all-'ime yearly :1igh'a anyone swimming or bathing u i son' about 300 yards gasoline-soaked I act J<1I burning (laudt
"fin-t class" at the end of $232.000( when :.j Three were built during theJlast r: here later and told her they T!lough no away. muse burned with such r i i-
rating j "morale builders" the lake. one lived in the cabin fury that 1 was in jail on a charge ,
were r of drm
; thing
l half of IDol.: thoroughly "sold"on the could be
this year if its prest'nt'olume were pouring in and out of Camp: Anyone violating the location it was being used to shelter done to save it t driving Brought
: June had the provisionf ; The Crosby I cured a md IN valuable said t thand highest total ol I building
continues. I : is to bacco contents.
said Fred F. :
Stump Blaiuling. this law belonging to Calvin
o is. upon cnnvicilinn well suited the Davises ; Starling then, '
to their i Total ;K:
needs loss
new construction permitted with i as it i is Al Iso to the
Starke postmaster. ,I I! Tie recent annual figures re $:; ),tl)0. 1'I subj..cto; a fine of not more thai:' on a railroad ,siding. in the house were tables 1,east" !' to.OOi Davises: at I drinking and decided i I" i
'' for
Only one the ,
permIt. sh
For a "first class" rating a I present a $:.1.600, jump over the S100 and IO.NSeven It i.s stated that eets and baskets equipment tc au5t'd their tobacco and I job on their own
I IP'st Dixie Motor ( 0111 1. was issued .some 2.> per-1 I be (I mother $1,500 for the
office must gross $40,000 a j i; previous year sinJ marked the sons will be by Jeff and Basil in leaf house A -
warrant .
employed as !I""! I
the ( i There St.i
du'ing month: however.Rites i
i t1Stl'ibut-j
sear The Starke post office-has j; first change from a post war In lured ing agents and as offire, personnel t gr ding operations which they i I was no insurance I arrest wra.s -- >., 1 It ,

grossed about $18,000 in the first "levelling off" point of around' I i in t the operation hi'!"-'. 11Ic pi inned to start the following! ( Broughtin and Starling were fornir ,, TI '1.1'. -. 'fen

MX months of this $21\.01)0, >nday. g rested
year. If postal SaturdayFor by Sheriff P. D Reddish; against him It. II I

receipts stay at this rate for the ', Receipts for the year HtO-il: Mrs. Bailey In Accident Disaster Preparation : The boys saw two men get out-o, an-I Deputy Cecil Sewell about I P pending th' :> IIi! '

next few months. th' Christmas' were J23..r>f,96l which) representedonlv the car and 'clock the same night at bond.
the .
Seven "
packages mailed in December will ;) a minor change from the $:!i,- Former Resident : auto accident p..onle"I're 77 injured irIn Committee Will en nrou ton. the older of the n om> of Starling. Also taken intcuxtodv Willard Hn, -

probably make up the additional I 597.22 of 1949-r;0 and the 28. miles southeast Be tw 0, opened the door r was Mrs. Starling i i'
of Staike Organized and poured as a used by Br III fj'
about : SI r
I 1:30 '
: !
$4000 needed to boost S 21.M; of 19IS-19. Funeral *erxice' < for :Mrs Catherine ga:soline! from n la'Tial witness. She
I was: release4Wednesday
n r..d
Starke'I tividay afternoon. can over Uv to haul the i .' h.
receipts over the $ JI 0.000* I, Other figurefrom the post office Dohm Bailey.: 92. will br A r>11'ast"l ; flo or. He retreated and y' afternoon following t
The injured Prep.i: redness I S'arhng was held to < I Ieased I
were: Mrs RonMne ('till" tI| \ I
A "first; class" sho'ttat held Saturdax afternoon at 2:30: ie nvn's
rating doesn'tchange although its business -tt IK'k a match arraignment an.1
mlttt'for :.inrt plea.5' lguilty. |
Bradford it ,
; !
Clough and in-r Wednesday
her County itt-
the mail service but it has increased its sixmaltaff t o'clock in th. DeWitt C. Jone! daughter be \\I|I! ,111, j t' fh' building H 'II f .
Iris both of Starke. organized Thursdav. < w tsn'quick Broujhtonaid that Hin,-
makes several changes in his been able to handle Chapel with Rev J. \\". Kaufman who werehospitalized Jul31 I. Ci.n.: wh. b' .
them in Gainesville: Thel- at 9:30: a.m. in the County SHioo! en'tliiii: t"" k"p t III/Ill t / : ''' ng hI" > apimplicated: : i i get part ot 1 the money for '
pst office's accounting and operations re and more of its work-dunng: officiatingMrs. : wI hn Brou hhll111 .
Superintendent's 'ha i Starling''u'i : hI. Hines '
ma dent-
Jackson. 14. office II: -1'1 i :!: t d b..r. '
their IJailey. who resided ir also of in tfu I i i! i i h"'ll IJ Ii t, ,
For one thing the Stark regular hours ... ])'t f .holr -IJrr ,
courthouse "
I ,
it ; 11'0'.h I-itt- !
trKe. who was was announced :: fIt i the plan
riding with thCloiigrh's. liii-
office will deal directly The post= office staff has Starke many years ago. died May <| week
cut I by
witht Mr. Harmon
Washington on such ". a't I the extra work required to handle 15 at the Jiome of her daughter Barranco.: Catherine and Mrs.Miranda Anthom anc I:. aster Committee Chairman.Morgan. Biu Pi; ; Alvarez Wins I Children Invited To Summer Program .

purchasing stamps instead I 1 their business min baby no '. all County Chapter
t'mar of'West ,
through Jacksonville post office. 1 lours In the past four years. L.it'eir Pa. She is survived The Barrancos PalrcBeach. .I fled Cross Amen! T ,r '-i- <;ec.)0d conA"jt'f! : > ir :, 1" will h, ..;"

Stump attributes this yearV J v the post office staff require I bv another daughter. Mrs. LouRic'iards. ass and Miran- AIr Morgan stated Softball Title i '"'-.-.ildren .Siimrn--;: : Prosfnui: of .1-he I tusi i I I '
were treated in Starke hospital that .
a Wren .
: also .
jump in postal receipts to inf mly 3.1f of Germantown.and ,,,
extra I' ,
man hours a? for II Carpenter, of : ? "h. if: ''IHI! "n'ert .1 5 XX Ill I
severe the nnni'-rr
cuts. bruises Ani.-i !
creased business in the city, al- : abrasions. Mrs Clough receiveda DJa-pr! Penn: A'7' >>''II"I'\ : >'> It" .. ,- ? c'" 0', the Flordrt:'
'hough increased parcel post.J 1.021: for 1919-50. and 4.277 for MrsBailey moved to Starke Staff will 'n".: ""III. .... .i'iItsI'
a '\ si i e fractured skull b.- in Starke I I" "! Si.' thi'S:! I.-t -z. .' : ( !
and t ''::11' i 'hI's : In: i.; ti. v.p'iie :
ates may have helped a little too 1 918-49. :!.It'-n! .
bout 70 with her meet with -ire iri\it I! '11 t.
years the
He attributes much of the gain tohipments ago par fractured ribs. Iris suffered injuries Countv committet' sun i die", : t to i Id., tli> week .\ : : progrim .'. i.: "." .."'/" t

ents. Her father. Mr. Dohm. executed to her neck and back. Board members of th" Brad for thmiyh;: theie \\.i.s .h SHIH"I',' '
; one v I .
.1 j .
made by th' BigDd! 1 Recent Birth ('ountRl'd more e l" : .: \ ,..: 'I ". I-'''Hi. In' i''. .I
I the fine woodwork in the Highway Patrolman Filling':! Cross C.'iap'cr. cit;y to he pla\f Thursday n _' "- ,' J.'l.j f 'A II t f'1 It-'.' t ,
Manufacturing C.notht'r of I ; .
Mr.! :1 I. hJII.llrl! -
and :Mrs Jaik FMof and ( .t: : n: I"n.\ -s
\\ ,
he office's best 'al 1 First Presbyterian Church said! thc accident occurred when coiintx officials repre. enta I- "'ilit pot ,.ififi; thf r""I":! i \ if-l l't-1], If: .--de: .
post customers% it f' .
U .
o announce tives 'i-1. '
the buth of a son. Iris Clough 'It from civic vir!'>'7 had: ". ,
''mrted to dodge organization an<; M: ; ci .id 1 >' ., in I.I' I
he Humphreys Gold-du Pont j ack:' Ham EddJr .- Interment will be i in the f.imilv) 1 all of the ,
on July 1I iroiin'l( onlv ,
an unknown rir that had I communities in :thicoimtrx. : I on Io' >-
.me which has been a big factor u 1 I the Alachm General Hospital I 'plot in Crosby Lak.' ( ','ri.t'hkre \ stopped the and other -
on high wax Sh mleiesvd: Mill!
j h of .' '
:a t' < the I.I.t P'I i I. A"
postal 1r.-
f.'w years receipt : ;M Irs End.IS. the i..rmer Patsy l ,- hei hu-lund!; : 'I.' .t -" -inu: into th ;pith "f the Bar !sons are strongly urged to atten tl\ -in'resgo.. T I 'e'f j"" ,'.T TItil Polly
of Statke Abrah.ii.i _i.u.. !, __ ._ ...., > anio this meeting
H v" .. .1 '"". car << <; in .1: collision ( ht'r. Bill! Epp

P1, "unknov :' < ,'i :left: the scene: The approach of the hurricane,
I An ,
exhibition ,
;:ime" wi! -
: season II
'Mno' yet been apprehend- makes advance planning ed here

I ] it i I P.'h i irs in the accident werei" and preparation an essential for tonight 1 Frldaii. : t'o'clock
between th All-! t
Courthouse the i--? <; Wants
''ie..| ti" th- extent of about county ;
the local t-
: *. leaguand thOC:
I < mm' .t' >! \ harge-. were During the present fiscal year
Bullets Admission i
the en'
Red Cross has
: already T
J sp< nt r;

or committed over $22.0(()$) O>- Two

Corner' Local Students Win disasters not including the recent FFA Members A 1 ,
flood operation in the MiKsoun Attend Forest Camp

Honors At FSU and upper Mississippi river _

: Arnold ... W//
Music Camp valleys The Red Crtif.d 0\er Q. Snith '1rj I E-IZ-- i ,

15000 Carter. representing ti-i'- Brn.or.j!: I
Gets persons daily dunng
tmertreni Piece
'- i ii! students FFA Chapter. attend i thse' m' 1 _
were among \ if
t'.t-: .
I ten'sit Mi.isoun : week of the isth Ann-.al Fo"rv
: "'i'standing: high school I I
I I 'ttnldingthe Summer and Mississippi river floods: TramJngH"l"'[ i' (' imp 'iL- I II _

and' h"uj :L'! *5'n',') last week SA .
I \1. < :T. siieltei-!
> at FSf ,
-p in Tallaha-
_- -
-- -
Ik I 1i !' _____-_--- This annual iampt FFAv- ot 1

"- .. Brown. Martha Lan Masons To LayCornerstone l sponsored bv a nil" her '>i' :>. >i >, I f4V _

1 ;,. rse and Lt''anon using industries and' ins "'Ir* )" f'
_____ *' -k.' and Patsy Kucera ol Soon (are graduate fore.it< 0'')'r' LALt 1

l bthe Florida .
PHS: : who enrolled All fin .
1&j Coni'isT-r.!! I !;1\ IT: :? "-remonie. .
.. .. Lloyd Green Elected
0 0; e. the camp band and. in for the new Masonic[ I
ttdI" ,'n Florence and Patsy were under To Conservation Post L
% construction
on West Call!
membe: of the camp orchestra St 0 ,
will be held .
after- ,, '
F"rewas! : voted the "Girl Lloyd Greeni :'0 : I to ::I

.. noon. Aug. 7. at 4 o'clock. A three-year ITT n- sp: n'mfor: T''J-'
;;: ni st hkelx! : l-Mi/u'< I'h/t.j
i:' to succeed" among I Futch. by the Tt!1- t-
secretary of the local lodge the Bradford Count. Soil' Conservation Iisn't often that
SPlArIit the campers and Levy Canova a parrot h ts a birthday psi lt'j
announced Distrc' Green was i I
yesterday. 19 rolled around .
was awarded one of the camp Several elected unanimously since he wa: Hemingway decided to Dane <. v.jk-
high Masonic of the
official I 40th
l-Mmute Photo by the Telegraph. Citizenship Awards. These coveted I are I: the only person receiving a 25- home. anniversary of the arrival of Polly in the Hen.-n
expected to attend the way Polly is
ceremonies name nominating I quite an institution along West Call ,
petition. St.
UlLlldolit"N Ml esirth-muiers awards are presented to the ; I'
courAou.v dug into the in the miJst of \\iileiting operation. Lower do- i campers including Grand Master i) The election was held July ?I quite often causes a mild flurry by whistling at unsuspecting

ground thiU"'t'k' a* the Temple Axe. upf\\ shoi selected by secret ballot by j Perry R. Marsh of St : girls passing by. Mr*. Hemingway pit'
the new widened iI Petersburg and saya she ordered
(lr. S. SOl) cornerof the the I : was open to any person own the color
wideoinoperation student I
muhed the OUI body as demon.stra- parrot from a
courthouse and District pet shop in Jacksonville
St. Intersection. grounds which will all,," truck* to Deputy Grand MasterT. tag lied aaj q-ialifM 1 :::> vote in in 1912. "Mv children w 1'1'

1 Top( photo shows heav) equipment ,.lng 1.:1-.11): from Call into Temple. I I ting outstanding leadership. :: B. Clark of Ba,1in.! I a general: election grown awl gone from hoaje, but I'm !r::' tjk.i, ;: ;1">->- M- ..

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, BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS I fTTTVTTTfffTTTTVTTTTTTTTIHAMPTON' :[ spent Mind-iy with Mrs. George1 1 In firm Court. Bradford County,,I! Kft,.i-ca Saunders, whose residenceand Witness my hand and-> -
I I 1 Saxon I Florida: In Chanrrrr.Oord ...idr.-",. i>. I'nknuwn ;at Starkr, .Florida it! -
>n Saundei. Plaintiff.s I } dU are required to appear on 195: ?.
COUNTY EDITOR Mr any Mrs. Percy Griffin of!I Patn.-ia IM August IS. 1352 in the above namedicnurt H''Y--r U: .I
ei.afendant .tulldt'r II"
VIEWPOINT 'Jacksonville. called on his father';! I a-i'J ,oqiisa A'tvit; |pl; n- : : r i I
PUBLISHERAdtertising j ra.e X. 9.h: I peeks dni.lvr. its1t.,.r,.... .. P
TELEGRAPH :Mr.. \Vm. Walter Griffin Sunday.
By W. lIanunnndl Order of Publication and ollce lappmr I.I.H..I.I. C'unty Telegraph ,.hall M.m iI'.uildin.r'. \N in'-t !I. "'
Mrs. A. H. Kelsey of Theres-u : .\ "."!.1.-! :. '!>,- mdtr in next (ourTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTT : Jt\k-c.UJ !.
l l ( S'a- r FI"llda t t. rHHHTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTT,- i I'n i.::. '"',, v. \ ; : :
Subscription Rates: Established In 1879 Rates pent Wednesday with Mrs Vema

|2.73 Year $1.50 6 Mo. On Application JV.. Home Mrs. Dean ?1 Young. n.y"T..TTTT rTTTYTTTYTYYTYYV'yyyyyyyy
\\Tiidden Mrs. Henry Hinson| Mrs. Jessie Chastain was a

MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION and Mrs. Otto Hicks Sr. entertained business caller in Gainesville

on Thursday evening with a I Thursday. i -

miscellanous bridal shower honor. I Maurice: Xazworth of Jack"on'I \ '\"'\"" ""' -
An Unnecessary Rift In Democratic RanksAs ing Miss Van Edythe Parrish of I \ spent the weekend at his ,

Earleton at Hampton' City Hall home here.William "

this is written it is not known what the Democratswill tire Nation last year. It which was attractively decoratedwith I Hammond and daughter ::::

come forth with in the way of a "civil rights" plank in ;! would be a wonderful thin"- if a variety of flowers. Lace Willow Ruth were in Gainesville : i

the 1952 platform. If they follow the lead of the Re- I i all other types of crime in tablecloths adorned the spacious I Saturday.Mrs. i

the Nation were as well under table*. : Gerald Adkins and daughter
publican party it will be nothing more than another exampleof control lynchingLike I
and double-talk. as After an evening of fun. Miss Mrs. E. :M. Prevail motored l<
political fence-straddling : wise :Mr. : out
Moley points
I Parrish opened the many lovely I Daytona Beach Fnda afternoon s'J
Somehow we feel that the whole issue of "civil rights" is 'i that poll taxes like lynching.
and useful gifts which she re .. Her daughter Helen who is em
being magnified out of all proportion by political writers and are disappearing through the I
ceived and so graciously thankedher ployed there accompanied them
others seeking to turn out colorful and interesting copy and ( action of the southern states j : dip tfyonttt
friends 60-odd in home and with
some number spent Saturday :;
thus play up the matter until it takes on the appearance ofa ''themselves. The Republicans I -
I who assembled there. Im her parents.
kind of bush league Civil War between the ,Torth and South like Don Quixote are simply /'n?_ _
mediately after opening the gifts Russell Dyal was unable i-
factions of the party. This is all the more unfortunate in battling windmills in these .
I which had been made walk when he awakened Wedne -
'I a bouquet : Quantity Rights Reserved
'pledges. With the reference 1'nres Loud Thru Su) Jul c
view of the fact that we certainly cause to discriminatory employment I from the ribbons on her gifts 1 morning; but after several attempts

doubt the sincerity of many of those to beat the civil rights practices and the hot I was thrown by Miss Parrish to a I he got so he could bur ** '-
question -
I Low Prices
drums for reasons of political expediency. i of elimination of segregation -/ group of single girls. Mis* Jean with terrific pain in his hip and 152 Gall Street Prices;

Indeed, we are beginning to in the District of I Parker was the lucky one. .I'. .Il'gHe; was taken to Starke to a Everyday -

wonder if the Penublicans I Columbia the Republicans Punch cake and cookies werf doctor and it wa- found that

aren't badly outsmarting us 'my ,a'tuBy j recommend; "appropriate ac- I served by the hostesses. I bad teeth was causing his difn Specials, Too c care, Florida

on the so-called "explosive"civil I j lion. Comments :holey : Mi rights issue. In the Btu. PAUtson "Just what action is 'appro ed.
II Emory (Topsy) Brown on JM .
opinion of Raymond Moley, nriate' is.i of course, a matter Sunday. I Mrs. Daniel Raley. daughter 1iI

widely read political analyst, for each person to determine Pat. and Mrs. Jessie Newell of
great numbers of reasonable 1 r himself. In fact that is I Miss Joan Sweeney entertained I Theressa called on Mr. and Mr Lb. Can
in the North are com J I I Saturday evening at her home *
people what whole
the mess of words Wm. Hammond Wednesdrn evening CRISCO I S 3 75C
ing to realize that the prob- [ about civil I righU amounts. I with a surprise birthday party.honoring .
lems roughly grouped to- Dit11W'u r Each person can interpret it I Miss Grace Dickinson. Audrey Raley. who 1 ad beena

gether under the general in to A group of friends from Theressaand guest at the Hammond! home
I a manner 'appropriate'
term "civil rights" are either t i himself." 'I Hampton attended returned with them
for solution by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shieldof! Armour's Glass Free AstorTEA
inappropriate :Mr. :Moley concludes that: Miss Anne Brown spent last I'
law, or-if they are appro- "It is: about time for the Republicans week with her mother Mrs. Lillian 'Waldo were business callerm
priate for legal action, that I I! town Wednesday
to put into words' mowing in Starke. I
action should be at the state Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Leu is :and TREET
an honest statement of the i
Doris Parker, May
rather than the federal 11'\1'1.! attitude which most of them Miss Sylvia I daughter: Wanda of Starke mile 1
; at
Cox entertained
"People in the North are 1 really have.. Such a state- : and Robert on Mrs. Lewis's brother R F .

also beginning to realize that ment would be something like the Parker home Tuesday even Dyal Wednesday'evening![ U-Oz. 3 AC 1/2 Lb.

the temper of the South is Most contention speeches' arekinda this : The Republican party ,. ingal a surprise farewell party S-Sgt. Roland N'azworth 'of the 41C

such that federal action in like Ilt'rfulUf'-lo lie i after 87 years realizes that for Bert Hinson Jr. who is leav- Marines stationed at Parri-- !, i

civil rights would be unen- smelted, but not swallowed..1.I i lingfor the service. ..
,i it can not get legislation en- land S. C.. called on hi ,,
forceable or destructive of acted to thrust federal force Games were enjoyed and refreshments Mrs. Ena Nazworth for a few I -

national unity," Mr. Moley be I form that is designed to -p1plseI upon the southern states. It served to IS guests.Mr. hours Saturday evening

lieves. He points out that' everyone, and, by the cleveruse ;, is happy to see that thosei and Mrs. Leo Wiggins and Mrs. Charlie Alvarez and ihildren. Tropical Brand

wise politicians on the Republican -i I of ambigious terms, soundas i states are solving the problem .daughter Marie, of Jacksonville were in Starke !Saturday

side are coming to if it were taking a forthright | by themselves. It will there- : spent Sunday with his parents. afternoon.Mrs. No. 303 COld

see that continued insistence stand, when in realityit fore try to snare votes by Postmaster and Mrs. Wiggins. Wm. Hammond and d:+ugh TOMATOES S 11
by their party on federal action "
them is practically meaningless.For other means. Miss Betty Durbin of Lawtey is ter Willow Ruth attended a ,
is not getting
in few instance, Mr. Moley points To which we can only add ;, \'isitin'Mrs.. Georg Williams. shower at Hope Baptist Church
votes except a very
states and that so to insist out that the Republican civil Amen and Amen. The sooner''i! Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon and in Theressa Saturday evening for Glory PORK &

make it impossible for the rights plank proposes "federal l a certain faction within the! I daughter, of Eau Gallic are spending Mrs. Edwin Bennett formerh i I

to make action toward the eliminationof I Democratic party realizes' a few days in town. Miss Muriel Raley. whoa!? I
Republician party
any material gains in the action lynching"toward the and eliminationof "federal]l 'i, and recognizes the same thing:'I I! Elmer Gay of Orlando and,. married July 4.Mr. : BEANS E S 3No.300 15C

South. taxes". tc i and becomes honest with itself : ; James Home, have returned froma and Ir.P.. ta.\dkin' of i
poll According
Consequently, the Republicans and the people, the better' a mo>t delightful and Winter Haven spent Saturdaywith
have written a civil Tuskegee Institute: there wa s, off the party and indeed the I trip to Canada. :\ ingpiring. the A.kins: of Hampton

rights plank into their plat- only one lynching in the en-. '' entire Nation will e.wisdom" Washington. D. C. other points ol(; Miss Deehols TomiNon of Lakeland Vacuum Packed

I II I is vi>f
How About It Ladies? interest her Aunt. Mrs G. T. :Norman"
9 a l
and daughter Lb.
Mrs. Betty May
I I Melody and! Miss Martha Home )1 1I Mrs. A. H. Kelsey and! :Mrs: Dan ASTOR S COFFEE F 79C

According to a news release from Cairo, Adding insult to injury, th
Egypt, the Supreme Court of Moslem law "Supreme Court" said that the lady folk:S 5 Mrs. A. D. Gay of Dunnellon I day.

has said some harsh things about womenin are biased and incompetent in contrast wit!1 I, visited at the Home home the :\11'. and Mrs L. A Wxnn '"f
Duck Salad
politics and public life that would be men, who are balanced, impartial and self.latter part of the week. I Hampton Lakes have iecently !returned .

"fightin' wonl in Ameridk. controlled-at( least, so say the Moslems) j, Mr. and Mr*. \\,. \,,. Wi1liJtnsong from a visit with ",t J.(tive "

It seems there has been some agitationover Ladies-please-before you start tearinj and family! spent the weekend and friends in North and South Quart C

there for the Moslem women's rightto us limb from limb, remember-it's not u:i$ j I'I'' with her mother in Wellborn. I Carolina. Mrs. John Rowel! ot RESSING S G 37
Mr A .1 I
vote and hold public office-privileges saying all those catty things about you J Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins Marion. S. C. and '
:N (
that are now denied them. Our only reason for mentioning it at all 5:, ''left Wednesday for Austin. Minn. Williamson of Cerro Gordo. ..
them home Tht'I"!
In denying the women these rights, theMoslem's just to show you American girls how mud I to accompany Mrs. Hal Sessions accompanied to their himi'-.s last \\ ,>,'k Comm Grade Eat-Rite Beef
and daughter Lindsay Burned
Fetwa Committee, the supreme more your men folks think of you and appre end.

authority on interpretation of Moslem law, ciate you than do the men of other lands 1 after pending some Collins.time with I i Russel F. Deal I i- .-}O\\ h ">u i

declared that women are swayed by their Please forward your caustic replies to th C: her Mary mother Catherine Mrs. Wadsworth of proving at his home hentin! i- CHUCK ROAST.L 59C

feelings and affections in their judgement. Fetwa Committee. Al Azhar UniversityCtfiro. Gainesville and Gail Johns of most grateful to the rhii-tnn,

and are given to "straying from the path of Egypt. Jacksonville also accompaniedr Church for then\ pravci-! tlowet-\

I and man\ gilts lin"| : 11''N illne-"
llra Mr. and Mrs. Walter Varineaiiv Sunnyland Half or Whole Neck Bone or Pig
already has $32.000 to It. credit court' continuing at a rapid I

."IIh just one season's o\rrac IIn Fewer Words Hip along r. S. 301. mach net, and son of Sealy. Texas visited ADDRESSES

from (the nee track! fund. Look'." one ,hat ii is built trill help all thothers ,r i Mrs. T. F. Brown Thursday ands 7
Lent hall Wyiu.in FiMX !t. r.! '
as if that dream of a modern for when Starke gets. it Friday.: HAMS TAILSComni.
C :State CollesR I: ii, ._"- :N (rMrs
for Count Walter Mexer
hospital Bradford ) while new husiness as a direct reputation firmly established a > Mr and Mrs. ;, -T! .-' "
might some day decome a reality result of thinnil's exhibit at a center for to'.irisj accoiiinxxlalions of Jacksonville: visited her par1 O B. Th'Mi.j.-1.
after all. t more and more trailers il Mrs Le- Min C.ti If FI\t'tLc\I.::1 N Lb.
the Mute fair 1:1..1! "i'h'r.' Tlioinaiiufactiirrr \\ ents !Sunday Mr and Lb.
of a \\cll-kiio\\n mark;; their nuips and make;; thia i Brown.Irs Ella: Cox who ha? .\1-I! i 'i; I 1'' I I'1:.li 1SCI

Several Yl'iri ago the iiiaUr, of trailer hitches Ixcuineirlrnsled regular ovrrnighl ".toppinpoint. ;:'' b.-,'n n c-ut'Ft i at the Brown home, 1I'k. I r .- ;-1 J INC '

Chamber of Commerce office in this immituit\\ \ \ has r<-turned to h<'! hone! ir: Pi'l lama .... ... I. .
1 >: J' j i- !11 i t. :,_ !I- .... ,.,.._.ia tiifiI!'_ 1Comrl. _. ... _
actually closed its doors fora through our fair exhibit and has City.
l hrifC time because of a picket StarK,- a. the trilmtin The farm I liixim'ha.: hotHI'{ (I I Miss! J.>--'" :M i--1 P! ir1"1 : ;' .t'I,. I u '. .X' Grade Rib Comm. Grade BeefROAST

:shortage! of operatinir} funds.A : 1'iiint for his (product. This is Mie average price of ajrricultural IJartown.nl -he \\tvki-ni: t !r. ; (' ,\ i ,- ,
land to an all-time hijrl 1' ::0 :.' ,!" ._ ', 1. .:-I !. !
it "Coldl'Io\ to just one lanjjiMe : :
soon as ten instancewtiere ivivcr
R A Ptnpiu-n!
-ivak.; everyone ( including Chamber of Commerce actiiitics of $ 1.6-t an acn*-a 25 p(1l r in r titf. ">.. ",';: :.. \ i ; ;M.;. -j > i ;j. I Lb. 69Cj Lb. :11 ::

t C''i UM- who had failed to sup- hate (paid I off. Tnt inrn aOl': in two VMVArc' -. ,.p...", :-11:1: \; .\ '.' .:'. !1 -" '" ,t' i -I'- I STEW

!t ,,"ii 1 it financially! ) suddenly >!rdin'r t to, t"il.: >.lorid"i ] : -1 P nV. .-' i .\ !r.: (t' i" ,I

:i- Vive I: (! what an asset it wash An Idaho:[ ulitor( sa\: ,>: if i i is till tJ-t;( 1 litest }liart'ai I< !I ? .... ". ,' H! 1 I : IiI : ( ..- "".. _7J'C e+; WtLDixi' ,
> t L' town and countnnd FJtIlt't't': : "Ji 'V 1 m.M1" i't. F-ni!! land) .I;. I .. (
just a
oue >\
,. rllanth' demanded its re- you ill t tH:< sta'o. illl'Il1dia( : !irnnoUK ,. .1 I aiia QuickFrozenURAPFRR:
piker: if you owe Matt grid na: "tnvcluul 4 :! j PI1'l"I'H '.f \
:r.tr. Well the Chamber ,. ,
( "I' l'nwrce today is just :you're a businessman= : : if \llilowe '; \ '('"'> of s'Ti |I\'!' a\\t.\: ;.- .: ." I 11 1 ,,,' V Con:c 1
.. .\ I'j;! 1. l9! ::;:!. : 'l !l' !l' E S 4
.1 t in that same position. $50; ) million you':1' u i : ;' i' ., "f :=. .' ;\'. ',1- i
1 :>I.V2 membership drive coon : :and if'IHI ov:<' :> .".. >
I' ., ] f I'll'l': '
v hot in ( 'nll'll\ courtnotMs i'
got \ .
\'' not t' pushed as it should billion, y..u'iv a government.He ''' '''. ... .. I
v : : .oJ
". .u'1 i MrV !L :;:: ;r : : : :: -- t C-;
n"'I'ntl.thaI tlii- d'i!i, nil"c I.
1 Iven, and funds : ;
are could have added th.iU/i .
V 'n.M !
i 1.1. \ ;
i ,- !tally' low. If you believe you owe'$500.( brc.ii Ii i ;, .,. .] -' .. .., .;',1' I, J'-\, 2. C. Elberta I
i hi' Chamber! of Commerce .average family: like the rest i mn a-id take;; off their! wig i iNov 'i. "1:1': ', v f"\.
,,<. ;i want the doors of itsMIL' !of us. that tht' '\1' shed their fansp M.Md : .1' : 't' !iV i:-d ,;otd1' :- 1"1"I Lhs.
\ .V
.. I ? E EACHES E S 4 lL
to remain open=send bead-dress they mal next folloi,\ H. 1M a..l :MTH!. :,. ni.'f-! : .' I ) M MI
!1 hat' check for your 19;.i Temple( Airniuo<< used to I :M. : : I .
; ". the Rood old American cutonI !n ,1.\'n: \ II:' K'1' ,' -"T.t .j- .jI .
!"MKTship dues today. nickraiwi! : "MJasolinc sane) tidal I I | \ -
; it \\\ill\ liKeh be renieknameJ"Mote I I and Mossom out with 'rSur'dly'! \\ 1.1 ft'Iv.l .;;. et :Mi- I '. / I Firm Cuban I

S'.iiW is soon to get a worth-. rMuilf\ir.rf. The eonALVAREZ' time .'rt''lit... C,.rl Prwn' 'it-I! ''IIh.\I I k.\-t'( I II

11 1-:, r 1"a'.,,')! TT.r",.. .' : M"! .: b:.': I .........-.....,i\t.h..... .:..r..1: _:1-/::.. :I

-; : "l'n', (' 11''' "!111. It .:Mtriri:M: ..i\.. r.r:i .r"i. cFtr: :' )11'I! >>"? \'.,: L' i I J..v.:. s' -"-t? D-f'i iI : I A V 0 ADOS S 3 Fer 7i
'I & i- t. M 'f"( th ir I !lnfl. F rt P'.c'rre.f \

li'!1:1 STORE E talllisheI .I I... ,1\' .'r', uii 1,1'.li:iitt''" :<' ;,'i nJ l't!nip. !i iff ktlt'], ,' .,,n f :\ .', At" th\l\ !" :M !r ; .n--M: d.-Jito: .: *Irf -! "fM'\; (; I 1 '\I) {\ ,1 I 1"11 i\t 1 I I
Ocala nr; :
r ur' f"i FINAL isrn.\i" ; ; K SV'.VM: : < .AOOtD t PON lDll1TIS i:
!I' Vib\ t! 'I.It.r ..f th.> K--tat.' of Wald: > vi"it1! 'Heir
"'.1 'I h, v Van\l\ : Grifitb I Thompson Seedless
> <.n AUBU!: 1 .
-, BT >wr :NSURANCE be
Alrertue.ee.It 13Mi T ; a'irt Mr* Thonnx [ can an
I i-r.-n.-: : V I'h"\. \.1111 ; ,. Kw: '*
n-.I( : Pt'nnl'ou: factor ".<"
".i t 1'I.t.: ,.f Kdith.n, .Mi..,. rharll' tributing in edaing l

From where I s ...1'Joe Marsh Noun: vile pont the p..nn'plani weekend; w.h fi:oily hi nervous feeling winch: : dL'h.< .- G RAP E S 2Lbs. 49C

T" \\ h!''.tn I' MaI'n.. ... n' Mn Avery Andernn of panics new responsibilities. J'xr.:
Sam I
; ThJ"! i t. all whom |v mtv: ('..1 nMr.. and Mrs
"'i-i, thai I h.ifilrd n.,\ Final; ft.rn ft, Sunday dinner guest protection cast banish w rries .
-- -- --- ---
a 'h tints. Judu"f Kra.:;: Starke were the of .eddtn
Wads- I over safety
("1',1 I'.iuntv. and will. "p! "::;th .t.dtv of Mayor and Mrs Gordon Sweet Melons
Me-Advising a Banker .f Ju ir." IH',2: a.t.l| for Final I Al i: worth. I presents jewelry, loss or damage
Charge as Administrator of the E, : C.
Tate of X D w'sirright. :Sr H B. Saxon and Mr E. to personal luggage Likewisein Each
This first publication June :271I h- and children of Pompanc home, furniture i
1 ,, '" *'**.. Morris buying a car a or I HONEYBEES E E S 69C
--- their father Ben
hire. James R Wainwright. i IBeacti visited insurance ends toe danger
afford to
The Mis-us and I were invited to hands you can Administrator of the Rotate weekend
of N D Wainwrtgh. St Saxon over the of sudden financial loss trom t.re I
dinner o\er at Ralestille the other "And from where 1 s-tt, I continued Crosby ,)f Ganes- -
6 27 (tIn 7 IS MIR Haven I -
night. I sat next to a banker from "}ou won't 'get a"a>' from I'lrrnit ('..ort. llra.Ifuril ConnKluriilni 'lr'. visited, the M. Latter- and other hazards.

the tate capital. people either. Neighbors are plenty :M.irv i' In J'M Il."an''"..rrr>.Plainiiff. iJu'ice ...-. title son's home Sunda Don't guess about insurance Superbrand 11 Superbrand ColoredMARGARINE

"Mighty nice country you've got important in a farming communitywhether ; t'-'at M. Lrtp, Prfrndan' ,. Miss Naomi Stoke of Brookeri This 'agency IS tully prepared to ,

down there." he sa 's. "Don't be it's helping: one anotherout Order UI rulilirntirtiimt. cast'.V...tire'. 9::! spent Monday and Monday !'.;ght advise you what type of insurance I i

surprised if I come to live there or jut" frit'ndlyi"itin i o\er a I\.unr.l.irs C M-ar tale Mi-Lean of .1..1.T., whvse u: re.j. i with Miss Louise Adkms would best sut your i j CE CREAM II I E

myself. In a few years I plan to sociable glass of beer: hard or},; d.'ee i.. I'nknow n. |I School Principal Ola M Per needs. \\.c e are itour; service 1
buy and neighbors dropping in all the you arc iiu'iril to appeardulr selected bv the I.
from everybody a has been i
away ::<. iHs':::. in thf ab.."" nam na J kins at: a'I.i :v.mes. .
farm and just taU it easy. timer he a",1.1ool..ing" at mt' over ,'?tart and ratlsr. wh rem plaint iff State Department of Education tc Pts. ARC i
his gla"se.. Then he smiles and ,>-, ks divorand r.->'ration I Cnfr,:,nre 3
"Well, I told him, "we'd like to maiden name Bradford Cour n. attend a Leader-hip F H.! C. Wall iI
have you. But when someone pansto says, ound.. wonderful. You e tcKraph shall publish this Orem I*r I which will be held a: 'hPnn : AgencyConstant I Lb.

buy a farm and 'taVe it easy' he just, sold me on a farm. : next: four my weekly hand issues.Witness aid offic tat : cesJS Issena Hot; Di;:.): 1a

often winds} up working: harder ",=.-al I at Starke Florida this Ju De I'I Beach on August 14.-15.-lo : Service Ove5) .I 12 Gal. 17r.v.r.rrr.n.rnnm.V.r.r..yYVV..r..rynnrvrarvrrrnrrrrrrryr
::4. 1S5I. I
It takes work to run a 6teGoprig,4t 11Gw/i. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins had ;' 69C
than .
ever. |, OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas.As 'i iife ) Year*-
farm right no matter how many Clerk of said Cmj unt as dinner guests Sunday Rev j
'j Py Myrtle T. Leaver, Deputy CleN'has
n. ileA 04-83 Ouarmnty L John Childress and family. Please, Phone 1 IS ,
I Btdg.. Jacksonville. riorid Mrs. W. E. of Raiford
79;!. L'nittJ Attjs. for Fit tilt tt 7.'19 4r


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'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Bradford Residents 'Lure of Wilderness' :.1. \e named Court and cause andsou each week for
I Opening Here Wednesday one four consecutiveWeeks f fl..... Of KUrida T":
: are required to of 1
serve a
in the
copy Bradford County Teleeraph. ; Xjajmunt C. iii-.. whoseand _
t' '.r ,.n.\\"r or pleading to theplaint ( I
Pay More For Cars 1 ., ; addrr'4: !. soil I -
BROOKERGrace I "Lure of the Widern] s". the ; on the Plaintiff'sV Dated this 10th day of July 1S52: ::. Ja<'kson ".'h..h.tX" w ?nth
R.eu "i ny. T Frank Landrum (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ''!
Than For GroceriesWhen exciting new film coming to the -. ..'rl-.--. Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court, 'I' Y ..r. "i\.t .
I the 1 1i I Pv' .\"'" I.>t ; .
in the Mi'c
G. Bigham Florida Theatre next Wednesday' .: original office <-f I. nis-bv. Depute Clerk \
11 rt 11.1,1
: i K f'f the c--r' '
: ct Court I
( ; (oOJ ": 11 4t 8 I
you speak of prosperity in for A .irk, .
I three-day run has its setting rthe t.-
A AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA ', I. ., 1 hildr. 'I I
<\ i% o' \ :' 'I n it I ICountv
Bradford County you speak in'I jm! the spectacular Okefenokee 1< ihr) i _-.,. i if: said 1 1v In] Circuit t tart IHa r.... ('...tr. T. I. ,,

The Vacation Bible School com terms of "riding high" rather than .I Swamp of South Georgia It i ',' \\ ill t iHt ,'i. .i- ...nf.- i PlorIJa; In Cbxorrrr.. t'rdt t'i i i \. L
Van P.I: .
j I I&av .u Plaintiff v t';vdc "'itn.-, s ,
u. It
ir.encement program was held to the background 1 H..rnt Hi: Drfeidant
"eating high on the hog." Or at | a new 6'r ", 'v'e s' :! t,, publishedi at ->'ark. I I. iix
Wednesday night July 16, at the [ of natural grandeur a i '. \\ f 'V"-rnn-rrUllye r.'s, \, Mil U'FF'i| | I v T, ,!
Church. least that's what recently released .', the t', .i"i' "I i C aunty Tele1 Order of P.Mica I inn tnJ \.tl... T.. s.1.I II
Baptist 1 region that rivals the jungles of &: '. 'Pt......: Stair Of PUridJi Tde ..: I 1. V It'I'! ,' xU
At the close of the program figures in a supplement to the Africa and Brazil for treacherous K( ,]1.iv ;' .1aly 1 i I : :. '.,\ Hota'r 18': -R11. wins.. '.. \ I.I I.
+ !i I \!1. *1 I. \ !1. .\ .1 1 Th-' ,iVrk .d, and addr"-- is, t'nknoan I ,I ,
parents visited the different rooms I j i statistical abstract of Florida underfooting and primitive wild- { '. 'j.. "c roll C, ,. P'u aro r<.iUirtil| to appear < n 1 .r ;

to see the exhibts made by each I> counties would 't' life .r? !1. \ :I'. f','V. I '" -K I \. .LUST I 11 I. 1932! : 11h... above niiTin, :
[: seem to bear out.
rr M 1 4t .'t :mil i.ius-r, wherein J-Iamttf:
department showing what they .. 10rric.'it
I! The 19-V: census!' showed that AganKt this background I i- told .1-.I divotie. Bradford <' '.r/\ In ("in.uit <""nr4. llradl"rd l'"u '
V .Ilitir.; .
had done during school. 1 i I i story of primitive emotions and uriphhall publi!'h this! i 'i, 'I. r riiiridaIn ( hanirrih .
the retail thea l : I- tt h..rn.r ii in M hour wt.kly .
There was an enrollment of 66 I j: automobile sales in isso" !I IU t. "lv
I rugged adventure- a man ands t .' d.t1- in -< inv hand a' ': 'i.,1 i s, :al(] > I L \\ ..: 1 1oll.e I.
and the faculty consisting of: RPv.1 i county amounted to 2,153,00<\ hl daughter fugitives from ht rk. .. t o1. ', . .f lalph ,t* ... \h. Florid \ 7. 1 1"-.-
T :. .t '. ', I I.. \port alll ii 'FF:. IL I st.l''I. \ Flu in.As ..- :\ To ipprnrI
Earl Willis; Mrs. Earl \1 1111; j( while] the retail sales of food lawho have lived in thewamp IlIlh .\ugll,1. I \ 1.\1' .,.

f Wilson Green Mrs Theo Dyal. ':'totalled 2148000. : .o. the ,'o. \ 1 Ids, for 1 I'v: :\1"! '.i L. t ,. I"'. K
for until their cant
eight years .. '' 'htc.. I'|: II. .
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d .tdtnllnh \ ,
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Mrs. O. J. Mott Mrs. Elmer i The sale of food and automobiles: tuary is invaded by a young Gem IIdg: .I.,. h-rtl : I II tr

Stokes. Mrs. J. W. Thomas. Mrs made, up the bulk of the county's giretail '" 1 II.y "f .lnh'. 14nJ .vt\-\ :' pit l I 4- : ,. 'S \
., .. I 11..itU. .\.I..iii >{ r. .
Lloyd Barry. Mrs. Tyler Jones. trade. Other ?i
groupings ) The outstanding cast thai bank: : 11it'1o In Irrnlt ( ...1'.. n..tlfor'" <.unnl*.
Mrs. Jim Williams. Miss Mary Jc j listed hv the abstract were: loco- r'lwrUa: la. (.k...-.-r,. I .
:i this vivid tale to reality include 4", .I.} .... \ .... .
\ .1
and Miss Martha Willis. \ i ii r. TO UMTU Plaintiff v- : d i
Green iture, and home radios. $179.000; Jean Peters as the uncivilized ,: In ?"unit niirt. Hrailfortl ('...t,.. \\ ,....ilD I. I t. ,1.11.1 t n h, .. tl 1 ,. :
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Willis and drugs. $121.000; and general: the ....."/. ..:."' .. I luriiln : In (hnnrer>. l'.,-.. Vo ..' 1. 'i.. .1! .i
who darts through :
family left Thursday for a week at I merchandise. $310,000. The total girl j swamp .... ....._, t. \\ Hardin. I'laintiff. v- Order Of Pahllratloa And :Nut: Irr 'la \ ..' !11 'iu ''I' ..
with bow and arrow Jeffry Hunter ; 11..11111I. Jr.. Defendant. %iirar: Hat, Of Plorlita To I '' "I i-u. !.:
Ridgecrest N. C. Enroute home iIt..Q. -.:. .... .J_,..;!; J. J. Woods ,.
retail sales in the county amount. of '_ .'M. N.I >25r. w hose residence and 1\\" it or t1 1 -
they plan to visit relatives in'I'ed gives a fine portrayal a Notice To \ppfnr. .ulili.-s ,is. S .A Jo.T I I' NotfolKav.tl N''. rni > 'I'i I i I Ik I..,
to $7.03J.000. i i native! Georgian. Constance Smithas I Jeffrj Hunter (center) finds himself at the mercy of Jean iVaJter I.? John g Hardin. Jr.'h."->' X. I An Iall"". S..rfulk. Ylrt.IIII.1 -.1'1 < F: i d' ,
Tennessee t i. -nit in .- aid address I'nKnown. loll arc required to aJ t th. o' .., ti,
and \ ii>; ?
Brennan appear on
1950 '
The figure is almost 10 Hunter's scheming girl friend in a t n-e moment from "Lure of the .
Yon" are hereby notifi. that aj I .\ igusl 11, l r,2: m the above named f. t'" Itrk "f I i':' Itii
The Home Demonstration Glut limes, the retail sales total in the I I and Walter Brennan as the fugi- I ldt'lnf"TE''hnl'olor outdoor adnture film opening: at the, suit for I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 11 f. "t' the)
meeting as held Thursday after I ] ivorce I' seeks divorce. Brandford County | 41' h din i \ I'otherw.sr i.
deep depression : 'ar of 1933. five father brilliant Florida Theatre
give por- I netednesday.. .. 'th. .
haIo' n filed against! you in theatinve Telegraph shall publish this ttrderI .1
noon at the Community Center. That year the total s. : amounted': trayals. named Court and cause and I I[ in next four weekly issues Complaint w ill!I i I. .' ..

with the president Mrs. Howard :. you are required to serve a copy tyour ( Witness my ha'd and official sealat feared b) you
to only $745.000 or about the thrilling scenes arc premiere South
Among in last
Georgia | mttUrg free to the theatre the: answer or pleadi-ig to the Starke. Florida, this July l'!'i>:2l Thin man, 'i I I I'ul,
Wait presiding. I I I third the amount spent on either an; underwater battle between week and Ira Complaint on the Plaintiffs l OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma once ea h rt. K r r __
manager Harris of j first Uir families who
i t prE'st'nti : Utorney, ':1":1)'. Waldo & Cnnnd-! A* Clerk of said '' live Wf.Uin' i 'nl '
;; I ?urt
and Mis-c, food in 1950. the
Miss Jackie Berry or I man and alligator onrushing the Florida Theatre consider j jat the l
Beadie Carlton gave a brief resume i i i The retail sale< figure stood at': I harge of a black panther and himself fortunate in being able tcprtsf.'nt animal) Florida, |I'I. 'h.f. K. Hess. :'O4-US; guaranty J lIe I I Dated !III" .' ,'!. J ,, 'v
they have captured. He iRldg Jai ksonv illt' :1\1.: v
Florida J T I IClerk
of their trip to Tallahassee and i t! $1.6X8,000 in pre-depression 1929. j the sting of the deadly cotton it to moviegoers here and file the original in the ->f f K'e I j .Vttvfor Plf '. of U,. ,.. .
!> sc hopes no one shows up with a I'of I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on1 ill 4t 51.i u.t '
Club Short Course. IrA 1935 it was $1,030,000, and in ''mouth water moccasin. |!) M.in.in I. Cnit> Ilrpn't| .
4-H I I i i soon after its first showing. He is black panther or a diamond back or before the i j Il ---- i

:'1939' it was 1398000.. This film just had its worldi making the unusual offer Uth day. of August l r.2.: MiIICK TO .tlM'KUtI ; {; .
film on gardening was snow of ado
rattlesnake, howeur.
'I otherwise the allegation of sai ala I ,, Clrrult (our'. Bradford Oanty. -
by Miss Dorothy Ross County i L,xington. North Carolina : Complaint will be taken as 1.0'1. Kliirldai In Chancery la The Circuit Cfturl OC ri..riil.
Home Demonstration Agent. Misyj! TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHEILBRONNj i, You are hereby notified that a has Bern filed against you in theabove has tttn: filed against >nu in the .fessed by you. Dornian H. llardin. Plaintiff I .:tc""r Judicial Irrult. In no
forI named Court and cause and I labo\e named Court and cause and I I|' This notice hall be publifhtdeai I Maigartt c llardin Defendant t'.r liradrerdflUII' ..
Ross also gave members present!.: I I suit Divorce you are required to serve a ropy cf I you ores required to verve a ropy of nn.'f': .h week for four comeciiitive -l I Cae No'jfi Pen F 11.<11. Plaintiff) is'haar.I r.
vMomruf '
flower'growing your an!'"er or pleading to the your answ",r or pleading' to the I weeks in the Bradford CountvTeltgraph I, >PI ire To Appear.To .
pamphlets and bulletins on I has brio filed against you in theabove complaint on the plaintiff'sAttorney and }:u'nee H M
named Court and and I icnitjlaint! (n the Plaintiffs M.irir.m I'. Mardin. who" "e his wife, I'-frndant'.
cause .
T. Fra'ik Landrum. Dat. d this 'ith of H112! : -..dtu.'
and culture.At I day July ': n r and address i i-: I'nknown::
I vou are required to serve a copy ( .tI tarke, Florida Attorney, Hay Selden. Seldc Forrcrosu(111'F. i' 'J
the close of the meeting refreshments By Marian Norman |j your answer or pleading to the and file the original in the office I Itu'ld'n..'. I>a> tona. I'eaih. Florida I 1 Clerk| of the l'lrl'\it Thomas Curt11ariw i, for are luiel.v notified that asuit :\ or tpKntL MIMI -.
l omplaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney. ( and, file the original in the office SIL15Notice
I of the Clerk of the Circuit H .
were served by Mrs. Courton > L ri ".1'} P'IIIII+ | ) clerk | Divorcel > .
II T. Frank Landrum or before the j icf the Clerk of the Circuit Court I is hereby given tit'
; [ T 1 11 4t K 1 II !! been filed "
I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 'on i against ) ou in the
Wait and the Misses Mary Jane I Starke, Florida I IMh day of August, 152! or before the above named Court and Virtue of the final decree rr>.nlentered .
i cause and
and file the oiiKinal in the stiles (.f otherwise the al f rations of i*aid I Uth day of August lir.2; I >0'f1t'1rrr. \n I on the llth day ot I '
and Patty Bigham. Little Bobby Lang of Jackson j otherwise the ofaid you are required to serve a copy of A D., 1952! .
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Complaint will be taken a" c<..nfescul allegations: i In Circuit Cnnrt Bradford CwniitT, your answer or pleading to the in the above nt ,i
I Mrs. Rosa' Pinholster returned vine daughter of Mr. and lies or before the by you. Complaint will be taken a- <.'.onttf'HA Florida In Chancery. complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorne cause, the tiiider"tgntd as gip'Master | ,

home Wfdntsdafrom a visit I Carl IMh day of August 1S52:;:!; This notice thai) V published by. you. Jam.s < '..rl.. II .Smallev.; Plaintiff ).. gray Waldn Chandler. in ''hanierv. will av il i >
Lang spent Thursday with ed il said .
otheiui e the allegation! of said once each week for four con with son Guy and family at j Linda Norman. Complaint will be taken a!' confessed week' in the liradford County Telegraph once each week for four oone! ..utive Case jjo ::!tH' Florida Front Door of the Countv' < '

Crystal Lake.BROOKER. I byou weekx In the Bradford: County TtleIUt Nollrr To .Appear.To and file the original in the office ofthe House in S(. rkr. Florida on., 'I.
I Harvey Edwards and son. Tol- This notes thai) I.* published Hated ihi 16th day 'f July, 19S2:!. grat'h : Anna Marie malley, w host- 'lerk of the Circuit Court day Augu-t 4, I NEWS! NOTES:; ![ beet of Jacksonville here once ea h wi ,K fur four con"e<'utiveweek I (OFFICIAL SEAL) ..... J. TnomaSClerJv d thi' Hth day of July 19i2; resident aid address i is: 107 Albert 1 or before the un hour of sal|,', offer for .-.d.! .. d
The Ladies Fire Auxiliary elected .i:j- in 11,.. Bradford County Telegraph of the Circuit CourtIfy (OFFICIAL SCALI ". J. Thomas. Avenue !Syracuse, New fork ] lib day of August. 1952:; !; sell at public i auction for ialithe .
Monday. J Marian L. Crosby Deputy CV-k Clerk of the Circuit Court You are hereby notified that a I otherwise the allegations of highest bidder therefor ,1 .
Mrs H. S. Anderson as president I Katid tln. Uth day of July, loS! :! '9 By Marian, L. Crosby Deputy I'lcrNOTICE k. suit for | Complaint will Iv taken said land and pr. mis.nuair; !m ;-1,1"i >
for the coming year at i its Glad to see Jerry Hardenbrook I[ (UIFFIt 1 \I. "' .: \I.. \. J. Ihoroa*, 7H 4t e' I lUXoroP custody and control of .-d by jwu.Thin at confess!- 14adtord t'"tintsFlarida, to- wi'"

back home from Miami. I < Irk ar Ihe Ircalt nurt.. ,0TICt. TO iFPFR TO rPKR I minor hildrt.ny notice shall t,. published Lots Five and Six of III.. k i
regular meeting Monday even in!Jr: Marian I. "roiby, IJ"putv 'lerk ''In Cirrnit has OaskmAddition to the T.."
115) In flri-uU Coort. HrndforU ('..aDto; (-.u..t. Bradford Count {i i been filed against you In the once each week for four consecutive .
July 14, at the home of Mrs. EarGreen. 'jj Freda Green who is staying i in 718 It 8,8 Klorlilat In ('ha."r. i I Florida; I. ('banrrrT.WaltT above named Court and cause and weeks in the Dndford County Tele of Starke. .Florida or f.better ." '

Jacksonville came to visit her C J. Davi, Plaintiff \' F.(1)gror I A IMikenv. Jr PUintiff[ you are required to serve a copy of graph.Dated. or more explii: I it dst'riplion .
"The ,
'U'fITO ..u'I'.anIn West it::i. t t. '
your answer pleading this 9th
n.. or to theM dayof July. 19J2OFFICIAL
tR rr"-int. 5l{ p| kms. Defend
and friends rirrblt ("...rt, Hradfnrd Connty, : [-e Davis! Defendant I of said talk I". i'i lirto.'. .
Elected to serve with Mrs. Anderson parents here. I ant. case Xo. 92,'. j vomplaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney ( SEAL) A. J Thomas,
i -a-* :\r. s>:::er.
Florida In Township 6 South itatig.' _
I T. Frank Clerk of
Landrum, the Circuit Cour'
v :Notice To .
were: Mrs. Ralph Hazer Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J I'r tartrlurk Plaintiff 'H \. ,l le To tppenr.To Appear.To I| Starke F Florida ly! Marian I. "ro.-bv, Deputv clerk East, togeth with tli.. r. ,
Mat 1'. Marteloi, litfendant. : Hetty: George Pav.s M he.'eresidfnce F.r'lHtinp: I>i.'k.-ns. whoso meets hereditnim ntr it. '
Wait. .raret ,
vice president; Mrs. Howard Norman and file the original; in the office of '1I4t t' 1
Leroy were Leroy Nor ,'a".. No !1270Xoller '; is Morri'field, .Missouri, re"id ro .. and 'address !" 1 133::: :Moore 'the' clerk of the Cirtuit Court longing or i in anv w .. v ..I I Ip
Mrs. Victor Jones.treasurpr. and whose address : < o EffieJeorKe street. Sur,f .rd. North Carolina i-n .
secretary; man Jr. of Starke and MarkWj Tn .Appear* is < (.r before the | In Ilrruit'ourL! Ilradfurd Count?. < rtamini.
j Norman of Hampton. To: Margaret P >fartelo..k, who'eresideiue < Box S3;, Morri'fit-ld Mi--i y.u are hereby notified that a'' 11th deg of .\ugn>-t. r! '..2.otherwise ; Klorlila; In C hanerr. gr..rg. L 1'.ttt.n
and addre--v is: I'nknoun |Isouri I suit f..r the alii Kiti"i'A- of.ml j 1.1I.\"a t'e t1|ii.. Plainiiff: v-. /tg Sp "i 'lal M.t-te II i iI I'
The next meeting will be held 1 Mr. and Mr J. J. Johnson and Yon are hereby notified that a I I You are hereby notifixl that a I\r.. cdre and ,custody of i complaint will be taVn a- lonfisI'd -.-- titer < .nil' o, Ugh nl.iiilI I I \ .I I. Th..II'.I'; Ii .I.! ... Hill+ 11,1'. ,
July 28 at the home of Mrs. Wil- I suit tore I I -uit for I minor' hildrenhas by you. ,;I I'a..- \i. ((1'J41" Mai K S FUN Ii. \tt.i u.. vi. foi I Iwtiff I' ,
family of Miami were here r Divorce Dtenrra brrn filed against you in the This notice shall rx" p'iMi h"d Order Of I'tlMirntliin .*nit \i lle T, Ii -: ;,:
port Grt'f'n.A I
cently.a .
t the close} of the meeting I
II I I Mrs. T. N. Norman spent the
delicious dessert course was servGP50UI1E '
day with Mrs. Margie Underhil!

in Starke last Friday.

Sorry to know that Mrs W. C So ,.

1 "GOSSIP'By 1 Clemons fell and broke her leg I many good thing

last Friday afternoon.

"ShortykzdO Mrs Anne Clemons and Donny y

Gall Upchurch of Miami ate visiting i.

; 1r I, Glad relatives to see the here.Heilbronn school with

I being of painted Rev. Lee.under the supervision go CocaColaol

j Rev. Scott! brought the Sunday

. ( afternoon message for the rt'gu.'Iar .
I pastor. Rev. Watson who i is


1 ed by the hostess. Mrs. Green.
+r 51I
Mrs. Albertus Miller has returned -

I II II" .. ( home after spending a fw ::
i :

, "Boy, or boy, haven't seen ;| days with relatives in DunedinI l: (

: a dog like that in years!" i I and St. Petersburg. ::
.i :
,l i Mary Jane, my eldest daughter : N

staved over in Jacksonvillewith //1I/F/

, You'll readily admit that you I my Mother esterday. She .. ,
Thoughtfulness makes 1k
haven't seen a service like ours i said she needed vacation! 1 !! s

in years. 'Things are much quieter. around *

the house but Patt> the youngest

TTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTT I needs n playmate. One day hasn't for Be t t
: hospitality sure I x rt t
I passed and she ha-, already tired .r r

LIBBY 1 of playing with the kittens andriding --, i tr f t

the bike.

.: to think of Coca-Cola /

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jJ Adding :Machine and 1'nrtable ,y al

Kaiser Frazer HenrrJDEALERSHIP typewriters sold<< on lime.-Bradford when you shop. It's \
County Telegraph. _
,. ;
j Temple A\e. Ph. 32 NOI"i<.v. ,

\oti. i is herebv Riven; that the
|I.art Hit i-tup heretofme suhsistinI. h sure to set a welcome. ', 0 Ii, f >Yw d 1

> I.rturn o 1. LinMn and J. E I r o i k l lF
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ll.inlv, hiretofore carrylnR on /
; ,
Uu-.rn.vs at Call Street Stark. .
Florid, : under the style or firm of
Television Tips l J'\\f.'KYS, has been dissolved, hyin ,' I
.lit ua 1 consent as and from the '- I
\..th dav "f July, 1">52. so far as '.
..n..finthe said J. E. hardy who tf
By r. tires from the aid firm. All
.. .
J.t.idiie to and owing b> the said --
mm will lie received and paid .
CHARLESTHE t. -p....n\el Iy bv u. I4. I.indn who
will i.intinue to Barry on the !said'
luisi' ,'ss under the style or firm
'""f I I"'Y" "

rI r- *' 'al..1 l the 16th day of. J l.t. D ayt
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M4 N DOWN Clrrult ( ..ur.. llrniUi.rd t'nuntjFlorida \

90 0AYETH In C hnnrrr.
THE UNDERTAKE 8 ilnhy< L, "i.. 1'1."IIIt'f. \ -. \r'hlt' __ ( I $ '
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FRIGIDAIRE I I 6Bottle : TL4 ,/ ShopaL'cvf1ari1wiiiL \

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1 FRIGIDAIREMade I Carton the sign of

: I : only by General

:Motors Corp. ....:. All other I r

Electric Refrigerators are 2StrY

made by other companiesand
cannot use the word .-
Wfl never 'let 'ou down. riLls =t cst; .\ .
Frijjidaire. 1

That's left to the undertaker.

{H'fl1.4 GenuineFRIGIDAIRE I I' cif

Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed THEN SEE ? ? '; \FOOD AT YOUR STOKE



Sales and Service and Temple Ave. STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

Ph. 239 Starke'' Starke, Fla. .c"'c.d. '.
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Van Edythe Parrish I :St. Edwards ParishTo Memorial Service I derhill- :its a baby girl: born Wed new peppermint stick zinnias Lauderdale back ::0 Atlanta I

r.esday' a.m. in St. Vincent's hospital always flowers he .
so generous with the j use to was
Weds L. Brown i Have Supper For Capt. Ford
Emory also Congrats to grand she grows with such success j Nicerto see that new ho" i ,

In ChurchThe \ parents. Judge and Mrs. E. K Congrats to Justine Pel .
Hampton Members of St. Edward's Pans! :Memorial services fcr Capt. M continuing to spring jp .1'
i I are having a covered dish supper Ford I Ferryman who have a grandson. lum and Ruth Frazier who were I{ town Found,! re '
C. were held in the
Hampton Baptist Church" 'and social in the recreation hall chapelat Robert Emmett. born July 17 tc initiated into the Kappa DeltaPi poured for the r ." i' le .,: _

was the setting Sunday afternoon, I'Saturday evening at 6:30: o'clotk. | Moody Field Valdosta, Ga. I II I the junior Pern mans in Bethlehem (honorary education fraternity -' Shuford hon< bu"

July 20 at 4:30: o'clock for the All members of the parish are last Friday morning with Chaplain i, Pa. have three sub-teen. i at Florida Union in Gainesville Blandmg road ,J h"r'

Gladys Moody marriage of :Miss Van Edythe invited to attend. For further information !1 I Montgomery officiating. The I': agers in our birthday book thi Thursday! afternoon Herbert Gr n .J: ,. ia-i .

I Phone 35 Parrish, daughter of Mrs. Ida ;I call Mrs Peggy Shaller. I I Air Force was represented ty Maj week little Joyce Denmarkwas Hear that Della Rcsenberg had': twill! :,-'I und t m ..r

Parrish of Earleton. to Emory 209 W. :2: years old on the 17th and charge of the initiation and ar 1 :ta'rdrold :.

I II '" I I .# I 11'1"1 '4 I, Lester Brown. son of Mrs. Thomas I Roark and Maj. Cook. The flag on Tuesday, the 22nd Becky Baker informal reception followed C,', :Icy i'A 'h.tt') u ,(rle' ''

., I F Brown of Hampton.The I WCTU NoticeMrs. i; used in the ceremony was presented was 6 and Bill Green was 9. That electrical storm earl ?'1tJ ar.\ "i"i' thiFl' ',,"" St- .

II wedding patty stood be-I : to Capt. Ford's widow by 1 Pat McGriff is home from four day morning: was certainly a super .\ :N Y 1 .t.h- .

I fore an altar banked with white ] E. L. Johns will be hostessto 'Capt. F M. Williams of Starke :' weeks training with the R. O. T. C duper display and cans d\ will\ ,'1.- p.nei.t-! "L A ;:sit" \ '

b -' gladioli white asters, ferns and | the local WCTU this afternoon ''who i is now stationed at Moody at Brookley Air Force Base. Mobile quite: a little damage aiound to \ r. -'i r..j 1 Lt Kc v V' I Rae> .

palms I I Friday i at 3 o'clock at her apart- Field. Ala. hear Pee Wee Dam- HI' Ray: and Edna Slope! I '//I i, '.. Yoka! ., I an "' .

Miss A program of nuptial music !; ment in the Redgrave home 401 Mrs. Ford was recently! noti pier underwent a tonsilectomy at TS, t ai-d burned it out *i- "< ;'
kr was rendered by Mrs. Harvenr Water S1.Recent. fied that her husband, who was the Doctor's Clinic hospital. on Seems Ra"a .ill tishui toi. ,, \ :.fu-t i

Watterson soloist, who was accompanied reported missing when his planewas Monday and is feeling much better Gulf and! I1t it.uisf Edna wa i J Spotted :a i: T '1 i'l '.

Johns at the piano by )Yrs" BirthsMr shot down over Korea. July "cared! t" t'l1h': That neigh Adelaide d.M > :it.!
Bet \ Sapp of Starke. i 14 1951, i is now officially declared .. .
Surprise of the weekMr: : TM tWlh"o! ( "1" 'nive" been h.ud 'ht duleScun'i ,h 'It

'. The bride, who was given i in''' and Mrs. Mark R. Baggett 'lost in action. Huuhing.whu l.asb< en tarotinnin t'-' hit \I.t !' \ I irioiiappham, ., Kim ,' I I'

Weds manage by her brother William announce the birth of a daughter. A large oil painting, drape tumi IT i r ,I'ut.eat: AKate/! 1 I" .nj: 011l.1\\ .,' 'I.'m\' Iti.I i dill,i t! n la l

,4i' Be'ndt-r. had as her only attendanther Donna Cherje. on July 2, in Alaeh- I with the .flag was! placed: in the Store wnttthat she became John Hall.rtinl: i iV.. L rhigpniH ', al.M1. ::1'I'l :

Mr. -i"ter. Miss Vela Parrish. ua General Hospital.Mr. chapel during the ceremony. Mr". J, H HooUn on July 11 in ;u tlnt Man Weldon i>. Stan Stal'III"g', 1.-1

Serving as best man for the i Eustis and! wi'n't, ht icturnmsPtarki "< -elII.iI i '- I < '"ll'1-i'Vr! it 1 1,1 '11 1- ba.: k again ,,- r Ii< f: ,t. '
was his brother I II and Mrs. Eddie Jackson announce
bridegroom at t'o.t !t'r' the -e::' I\\ .
I 111' ; i> :" 1 iT: iitvJlc: !! 1"1'" : :! iv F'i'-'
Ushers were Tracy the arrival of a son wards. .
Hicks Frank Brown. Thank ', .I. -- .' 'S ..t-ns.\ : "i \ vu, .!;, ( .. :S> '. '. '' I S, .: ", \ ,

Jones and Charles Snowden.The Danny, on Tuesday July 1. at Mr. and Mrs. C. E Lriun <>; high: :. !ninu ,.;. ""r T- '> ;.: d'h;> < \\ , bride chose for her wedding Alachua County hospital! Gaine'- -
I Starke announce the birth of a ,'file \\11) .1 La\ N'U'i'u' .!! ',: th -. 1.1.-t i ,
of white ville.
Sunda. gown a daughter, Donme Theresa on July 1- _. -
satin with a ---- -
e'I'II'organdy\ over
r :Mr. and Mr!:. W. B Dowhng 20 in Doctor Clinic Hospital.Mr. .
ballerina length kiit. She wore
announce the birth of a daughter N. B. C. A&P ,
in a small cap of pearls from which ; and Mrs: Wm. H. Hall oWaldo !
r. veil. She Shirley Elaine, on July 11 in the I
+ hung a shoulder length I Alaihua General Hospital. Mrs announce the birth of a son
,Q., ftr wor white mitts and carried an PremiumSALTiNES ,
th- lormer Elaine Ed Ho- Grapefruit25c i
Christian old.fashioned bouquet of white Howling; on Jul\ -1 'i'!: DueturClm.i I

\vaulsi daughter <>If :Mr.M.ie Ed pit.tl.! t

Church ri.sesThe maid of honor; fore white JUICE I r
eyelet organdy over a pink taff- .

ta slip and carried pink carna Lb. Box -
t;; 46 oz can
lions Mix Parrish. mother of the & k, ; : ,

bride wore lavendar and white J ; '

Her corsage was of white carna ------ I 17C
lions. Sitting here at the t\pew liter wa .MM. getting a tag out; of \
wth.d 10 Ail UnJ.f A.trio.ratlontFRUITS
Mrs. Brown, mother of the with the perspiration rolling off I walking around the yard with a

-- y -S' ... I bridegroom, wore navy nylon. Hecorsage and leading a card just received FRESH
------- N- .w- grandson tugging at each hand \ '
was also white carnations. ;; from Nelle and Herbert Nollman I White House ) 1 BallardsFLOUR
The First Christain Church] The bride's mother wore aqua I Seemed like old times last WI ek & vEGETARLESEvaporated
Following the ceremony a reception from Glacier National Park whwrites
was a scene of beauty and simplicity lace with navy accessories and a was held in the Hampton I I they are practically snowed I with. the Julius Thorns and son.

Sunday afternoon, July ,20, corsage of pink gladioli. city hall after which the couple' in but are enjoying their trip thru I I George, going up and down Call ; ,.-- ---. F l
when Miss Dorothy Johns, daughter Mrs. Hicks, mother of the bridegroom .I I
left for a short wedding trip tc the Northwest ure would like a Stet et, renewing old acquaintances -
of Mrs. Havana Johns and the wore a dress of gray crepe Large Elberta
Ridge Crest, N. C. Upon their I handful) of that snow put down : Doesn't seem pos>-ibUit's MII.K I J
S. Johns became the bride I with black accessories and a corsage
late W.
return they will live with the my back right now other vacationers II been eight years since they left
of Edward Hicks, son of Mr. and I of white carnations. bridegroom's mother for a short II are Ernie Pauline anNeal i, these parts Julius, remember Lbs J1C

Mrs. N. P. Hicks of Chattanooga, I Immediately following the cere time and then move to their farm Phillips who were down :Miami was director of the USO hen 3 fit 40c PEACHES E E S 5

Tenn., now residing in Lawtey. mony a reception was held in the home outside! of town. way for two weeks Lonnic | back in W. W. II days He-
was home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer
The impressive ceremony Chancey of Gainesville is relieving; i now assistant to the president l f fI'

performed by Rev. Homer Swin- ; Swindall where tall palms were Ernie at Lovetts Hear Margaret Eureka ( 111.1 I College They 'rvacationing Lbs.Large Lbs

dall], pastor of the church. placed at vantage points in the I BPW Members I and Mac McGriff enjoyed I' and took a cctragr* RINSO 3 3SC 10 89C 1

Tall baskets of gladioli! between rooms. I Hear Fine Report a week with the Leslie Biggs over : at St. Augustine BeachCouldn't .
rows of; II The bride's table was overlaid
large palms, resting on at Jax Beach and Grace and Don resist the chance tott
and gladioli with lace cloth, On Convention Ige pkg 27c
magnolia boughs an imported ecru
Page vacationing in the Southern some Florida sand in their shoe Lbs $

were used in decorating the i centered with the bride's cake !I The legular monthly meeting I part of the state : again Philip i- an "old married Cuban 15 l'OShortenIng ,
church. On either side were twc which was surrounded with lace:
W man" now, they -sav .
of the meeting of the B. P. I The Boy Scouts spent last
candelabra which fern and white On each
lighted: cathedral pom poms. held at St. Edward'!' week at Echocatee in | Last week when Tom Slade
Club was camp I
made soft glow over the beauti I side were lighted candles upon A VACODOS S
a Rowt'Iarion
hall. Monday evening with Mildred I Orange Park from here were Jimmy Harrington '
silver stands. The background wa M.K. ( AN
ful setting. !
Paul Rivers
piesiding. Johnny Weldon. Jan Mundorff.incent Ben North and Gent Libby
; president
Mrs. Louise Lynn, vocalist, and a circular mirror adorned with ,
i Melba Partin gaan interesting I Kelly Robert Kelly Billy; Shaw were vacationing at Day
Miss Kathryn Colson pianist :, lace fern and white porn poms. tona Beach a I'll) bird informed SPRY 31c For
1 Boston. nt-
of her trip to Carter, Travis Alvarez Freddie
Mrs report I \
both cousins! of of nuptial the bride music.rendered The I,I Constance Mrs. Spencer Johns Crews greeted and the Mass, where she attended the' I Stephens Charles Kirkland.: Bobby; that Gene returned home !'allierthan 2 19C

a program I I bieniiiel convention of the National Shull. Glenn McCord and Jeiry the others to confes to hi
marches were at the door and the re |
traditional wedding J I'ceiving guests line was composed of the Federation of Business and Pro Gibson and from Lawtey Johnny best girl that it wa n't he that SWAN SOAP SAUSAGE

used'; Woman' Clubs. Wall. Wayne \\'all.'iIliam andleader. was doin' all that galavantm with
sional Red
of ; Large
the the
for and parer.ts
as best man j wedding party
Serving chairman the fair Brownlee, finance Blunt Crews E. T
of groom: Jacksonville was William and the C. Goforth ushers: : the bride's bride cake and were groom.Misses Cutting Lucille the I had charge of the program I Shu'l and Don Ray I Jackie Colley, Gayle Rowe Linda 2 Ige bar 25c 2 cans 35C

were Spencer Crews of the State i i Alvarez, Elaine CoLson and Bar I and gave an enlightening talk on Tilley drove the boys over to the I Johns and Bobby Ferguson ar'attending E S
club's budget for the coming I camp Sunday Betty Andrew "
Farm, \V. S. Rivers of Auburndale, bara Johns. Keeping the bride'sbook ; I the the the G'ville district M
Fred Miss Odessa Thomas. >ear. Mildred Doyle outlined i I reports that her brother, Charley; | Y. F. LUX SOAP SURF
Cecil Douglas of Starke, and was i camp in Leesburg this weik:
Jenkins of Jacksonville.The I Mrs Swindall served punch. 'program for the next year and j Sanders and family have flown tr 'i. Inez Gray and Lillian Bish"f Lb. 4 flC
'asked that each chairman New Delhi. India where Charley
in marriage Following the reception the are pinch-hitting at the t"lt'p(1"n
bride was given ,
ty her brother, L. J. Johns of couple left for a wedding trip tc I her committee. will enjoy a has the position as agricutturaadvisor switchboard for a couple we. h. 3 reg bar 23C Ige P/cg/ 30'
club members for the GOPoialt
:Macon Ga. She chose for her wedding I Chattanooga. Tenn. and otherplaces The swimming while the former Dot Johns '11. >'.
and ,
a street-length dress of na"yblue I in the mountains. For I.covned dish supper program Mrs. Ed Hicks) is taking Mtime ,.
lake home I 1 I .
shantung with white acces- I traveling the bride wore a two ;i party at the Kingsley July The E. W. Hayes Kmgsley lak off. Carolyn Rertf-t! '::,iv. 1 A & p'sOwn ADEXO

sories. Her bouquet was an orchid piece suit of deep rose with blaclaccessories. : of June Brownlee. Thiasday, i|: place was the scene of a delightfu! visiting in New Orleans this ',\.i-k Shortening Lbs CORNED I '

laced on a white satin Bible. I I I 31. me'tlngugust surprise party Friday. July 11'honoring . see Scootie Duke bark mi (C \:I 3 11
( board
Mr. and Mrs. ', There will be a !' John Deas whc R
The bride's only attendant waster i, Upon their return o'clock at the home I I street again been work r.;. "
: sister-in-law. Mrs. Constance Hicks will reside at 403 Center St. ,\ S at S club. was celebrating his 30th i the Bradford Abstract oft 11' t t-t' Al

Johns of Macon. She wore a ro?e- I The bride is an operator for the :, of Mildred Sapp. The Starke 3 and 4on anniversary the party was given past 10 days and starting M..nt.' u

and Mr. will be hostess to District by his wife. Bettie who served she'll be ', ,
petal dress with black accessoriesand local telephone company working for JinI/: ]f' i n I

her corsage was yellow carnations Hicks is stationed at present at Xov 23. her I fried chicken at the dock pavilion man. t

!, Cecil Field Naval Station. j Maryon Arnold introduced Baltimore, to the six couples who helped celebrate I Sorry to hear a eust"1I'I.,. ) 1 i.'jed BEEFHASH29cMarcal '

gu'-st. Ann Sidney of the occasion hear that Eva Mrs. W. L i BKn'- p\ ti-<

PresbyterianVomen Woodman Circle )ld. refreshments were 'Eill I Green found a coral snake on at Lelia's Monda\ she -ur!

Delicious the Green cottage steps out at would like to have thtaluahl
Met Tuesday NightThe District MeetingMembers served by the hostesses during thesocial folks
; Kingsley one day last week .Jendfication cards and pap"-: [ or HudsonNAPKINS
hourlionesses. out there think it is the mate tc.I back that in the ,
ForestWoodman's were pm: ;'
Women of the of the Supreme will be Kitchen Charm
Presbyterian I Circle met in th for August ,I the coral snake Pauline Clark and always! sorry to hear "t."<. ,
Church met Tuesday evening in and Thelma Dinkins. i S 2pk9 Uc
Desta > there earlier in the summer.
the Sunday school room for their WOW hall Tuesday' evening with found old establishments going;: <>tit < :

monthly meeting. The executive presid'ntIae Green presiding. Lillian Stump flew in last Fri- business speaking now i>.uh\!
regular Demonstration 1 Brothers Gro. and Mkt tha: WAX PAPER
board held its meeting at Plans were made to attend the Home Ida}' aftl'r a weeks flying way

o'clock and the general meeting I convention in Jacksonville Thurs i CouncillVleeting; !: trip to the Hotel Essex, Newark started up some 50 odd \ aiap; Our OwnTEA
7:30 bv A.I Darb' and lan.j! ?r
N. J. where she attended
at which time .
held at 8 o'clock with 15 day'ening II and Charl.; .v and was Council of of by Morgan 1/2 Pkg
the Demonstration a reunion personnel
W. L. Andrews presided I The Home Roll
I>atr\ \. .n'"I \ t -" 39C
present. atthe Evacuation Jroni elms >
members 24th
the hospital
afternoon and evening meeting held its quarterly meeting I I 19C
,., .
cleaningand I tl"h.!' .1.! 1 1."r
Plans were made for and Mrs. Annie Hutchings as district Heilbronn School Tu'sd.1r'it Thursday' Sundaand then *hr you
redecorating the manse and attendant. the Heilbronn Club members a.- went on to N. Y. on a fall buying f'hall'\1
t I" .J"1 r.i'l, : F-' : :
ronfiiai-: :
for t'l -
a visiting committee was appointed Those attending the Thursdaymeeting : hosteses.Mrs I trip Stump'going/; < mi Ann
I Wm. Brigham, president Agnes Johns' i Mrs Claude i pie i
Maude Andrews .
a Mrs. -
Mrs. Clara Leaman gave were business session ant ..mile around Stump's :aft Bottle
the fAupOz
Annie Hatchings over
the Mr!' presided
Martin Luther during I discussed there hearli..
talk on which plans were so many years
Mrs. Mae Green Mrs. Henrietta during
'retired Sn, 9CPEACHES
countywide picnic last Saturday : : DAEILC
program. Hunt. Mrs. Eunice Wilson. Mrs. I for a
Stubbins hostess for 26 at Keystone Chambers and son. Ch.ule: .i i'vacationing .1"I
Mrs R. P. Jessie Chastain. Mrs.I Fronie i to be held August I
their fam'ilies. -' Tucaloosa. .v' TARKE FLAFri.
the evening served refreshments Crews. Mrs. Eula Conner, Mrs | Beach for members and in i L Sultana
I Luncheon will be spread on : and see Eva Alvarez pinch- "'
Mis Dave Paijk
Mae Jaudon.
curing the social hour.Hearing \ tables, and games and swim 'for Mrs. T M Hutching:" -' \ Sat.-Juh' 2-V :2 fj
and daughters. Faye and Sylvia.At | the No. 21'2
1- I this convention there were'' ming will be enjoyed during; the varez store Margaret I'IOM'" r, Kid nOl KLE: FE .\TlIU. ORKah1cBEANS2c0s19c 2SC

Aids representatives from all over: day. is working full time now at I I" :'

(i" The Council also started on its ky's fountain and Berry .1 l<,M l-i Can

AND: Florida. ii program-planning activity for the is back in Jacksonville again wing < ROYAL WEDDING

BatteriesDiabetic I i i Miss Doroth>* Ross demon :, at Merrill Stevens -hip\ ,r\-,\ I hh+- I I'ctIcot i I'leant-
Miss Johns Honored year. lists of I red Xsiaut*. Jam I"\H.-ll :f*-Qvclify n4 Vctwe YW Cm Cuirt #>..By i iSuperRight
stration agent gave out ( they're moving I ht'ar. ra\t SPIC N SPAN, pkg 24c

Shower for members to indicate !> you spotted that beauuml blac\ Ind.HIDDEN .
At Lovely projects I lor 'iuuuh Jolt ashing
Foods i This information will i Jimmy Moore i< sporting 'he- Meats
!I: their choice. eye I 30c
Miss Dorothy Johns whose marriage committee days -Martha says lie put .t GOLD "" CHEER, Ige pkg -
be used by the planning :: _. :: rr..: ji: *
AND : to Edward Hicks was an when it meets next month. water skiing and Jimmy says :a I F nr SaaN! Fur Cooking

SuppliesSurgical event of Sunday afternoon was "After the business meeting a tube flew up and hit him what'-. It 01.. Ho\d Kussell lIa% .h'n Quick Frozen WESSON OIL, qt 57c
feted at a delightful kitchen and was enjoyedby your guess ? ". Nice Tn -<"
dish luncheon '
covered Plus "M-nal] & C ,.irtirf'Mun. Nt'Kelablf ShortcninjfSNOWDRIFT '

[, linen July IT.;shower at the Thursday Alvarez residenceon evening. ,1 the 16 members present .I John his ordeal Godwin by back operation on the ,job arc-Halt! E Grade A Lb 45C 3 Ibs 85c

Support I Center S\::ott. Hostesses: for Gub I j. a very tuff time it seems .. Mon.-Jul> 2. ;Js "flap> PowderSilverdust
Lioness I .
the affair were Mrs. Bnnn Lynn nea'r the newlyweds >I. t 28c

- ANDTrusses Mrs. Cecil Douglas. Mrs.'ilbur i Has Lake Outing ]!I
Thomas Mrs. Geneva Tanner and I now located out in Lawton Okla Super Right Breakfast l'ilh; flaD. lieu Bar

I Miss Lucille Alvarez. Members of the Lioness Clubenjo'ed where he is stationed for the tnn. Johnson. Edgar: : Bui hanan LIFEBUOY. 3 for 23cToilet

flowers were used tc an outing at Kingsley being a little bird told nv Plus Neu A t an<*iti Lb
Summer Hath liar
color scheme of yellow Lake at their regular monthly I' wedding bell will be ringing foi B AGON N SSc Soap.
We Rent out a
!carry and green. The party was held on meeting Thursday evening of last Peggy Ann Wiggins and Don Nee1' Tut... July :29ON I., Sweetheart, 2 for 25c

5th mustn't forget tcextend HI.tin" Flak,
on Sept.
CrutchesVeterinary the lawn where tables were arranged The Day The
members met at the J. orchids to the W. G Hailer : 9c
14 Blu-White
around a larger I The pkg -
home forswimming who celebrated their 3Sth wedding Earth Quick Frozen Boneless 1
table which was centered;. R. wainwright summer Stood Still i '
nt : non;
bowl surrounded 1 and games followed by i anniversary on July 16
Supplies ( with with fern a punch and hibiscus. supper served on the dock pavilion was nice their family could be ur Patrnia NeaJ. :\111 tu.r..n.! t II Fillets Lb FLAKES lo ok* 27c

i from Miami to help them celebrate Plus Cart''n.\. New RED PERCH 19C
Muss Katherine Colson pourtJ:
glad to hear little Daw! Prices In Thivd Kffctixe Thru

punch and those assisting thehostesses !'i i Garden Club Notice Haines is home from St Viricent'- Wed., Thur.-July /to. .,1 sal.; Jul2fi
in serving were Miss'IL i I
: .'
CANOVA altho he's still confined to hi
Elaine Colscn and Miss Barbara L The Starke Garden Club will i The Killer That Quick Frozen D & H '
Johns. not hold its regular meeting Men- (bed. R? P oon cini\ ;
PRESCRIPTION CENTERnear ;, day night. July 2S. but will re- Hear that the R. J. Dav.set Stalked New York
1 The guest cf honor received as starting I' from here and tie H. G Davise., Lbs tin treat AOantir and Parlor T
same meetings Co.Entire .
( hospital) gilt t E\elyn Ke>t"o. Cha KorxinPlus 1 25
appropriate kitchen ware I from Tallahassee were visiting WHITING
August 25. The Board of Directors Content ('opvrl htM, J9 0inn

Gainesville; Fla. from her hostesses as a nr.ementc: will rr.fet July 2S at 4 pm 'the L. F Smiths Jr in Munsor.. Latent News Et; Call <::...

of the occasion. ,1.the Chamber tf Commerce of. recently! "Grandpa Rawscr I ,. t _
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FRIDAY, JL'L25, 1952
Miss Louise Donaldson of Decatur Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts attended i Mr. ar.d Mrs. Jimmy Crawford I Friends will be interested to| I
I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards'and Steve Weldon
I left ,1
Ga. is visiting her cousins I II' the gift:; and art show in1 of Jacksonville are moving into know that Mrs. Adolph Gay wag J i on i
daughter, Fredrika
and Mrs I 16 for Aberdeen
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. this Atlanta, Ga this week. I the A. L. Alvarez house, formerly brought home from' Proving \'p'j; i:
I' i Wednesday Leah S. Bauknight of Jacksonville Md.
where he
will .
I enter the \: "r
week. Mrs.[ R. F. Demorest and Miss occupied by the Berry John St. Vincent's Hospital where she II
were weekend guests of Mrs Ordnance ,
School. _
P&dOn5 Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins and I!: Ona Demore have returned from j family on Saturday.Mr. spent the past 20 days and is rc- W H. Struth and Miss Kate transferred from He Ft is D.b t. .
I daughter, Mary Rivers, spent tl\ a three weeks visit in Wavnesville.'IN. i, :: and Mrs. Bill Tilley and'son cupertaing at her home here. Struth. i \ -

( weekend in Tallahassee visiting C. and with Mrs. W. B. Sewell! i\ Steve, spent the weekend m'' Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Albury of MASS and spent a 1 b .there s\
:Mr.: and Mrs. B. E. McRae. :Mrs. his parents Mr'r: i S t
; relatives. Mary .Rivers remained II ] at her summer home in little ;, Jacksonville visiting :Mr.: and Mrs.S. Miami who spent several weeks

i I there for the week, visiting her Switzerland, N. C. j 1 E. Reyes. vacationing in the mountains of' F. M. Crawford and clildrer.1: Weldon.
-- - -
grandmother, Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, I! Mrs. Effie Johns had as guests i :Mrs.: M. C. Ford. Jr. spent North Carolina, returned to their ;, Merry Beth and \' Rev and M1 .> r; Land i
G. Caldwell and l .
J. i
of Mr and Mrs. : :Mrs. Glenn Conner and Mists Lucillo
Susan Quarterman children. 1 .,.
Sr. and relatives. Tuesday night her niece and hus Thursday of last week in Valdosta I' home Friday. They spent Thursday et. I":
Jacksonville! is the guest of :Miss daughter. Frances are expected I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of !' band. Mr. McRae attended iI'1 and Nancy, c 'r ,'ns'II.
and Mrs. Kenneth Frouk Ga. visiting Capt. and Mrs. F.T" in Starke with Mrs Albury' .
Phoebe Green this week. home this weekend after three I II I of Ben L. Lindsay :n _. the home ,.. .,... .\ W',
Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. N. J I II I and sister-in-law, Mrs. Rosic (Buck I Williams.The sister Mrs. A. D. Martin. Mrs --
Patrolman and Mrs. Hal Gillen weeks trip to Ventura Calif. I !last: week n' t n': I\ I P'i'\ 1t t re on :' .
B. Rosier and family of Starke | Smith of Bree!'e. Ill. j H. A. Ewell and M. L. Lawson Martin also had as her guest .
and family of Mayo visited Mrs. (I where they visited their soninlawand I : : \ M i' \ 1t"e :tihI "
dinner :Miss: i-in-l.r.\
had a Sunday birthday atl Ann Ventress and sister. families attended the County Thur..dalln":11f>1 Hroth-
Mr. and Mrs. A.'v' I
N. T. Green and family on Sunday. daughter. the Floyd Greens in honor of Mr Thomisina Jane, arrive Monday I Line Baptist church homecoming and !si----; : M I: "i! M'! HAllter' > \ '[,

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. HaileJr. Anderson. Jr.All Green's birthday anniversary. for a months visit with their near Lumpkm. Ga. on Sunday .l a.11I1 ,
Ilau reduced\
In-ss Straw i
and family will return to their Mr and Mrs. H. G. Davis. Jr. grandfather T. S. Williams. !I :Mrs.: I N. Breazeale and Mis
home in Miami Sunday after twc 25 |HT cent ALVAREZ I and son. Greg visited the North.' i I Dr. and Mrs. H. E. 1\lcLendon'i,::o.radgeliddletnn were weekend -

weeks visit with the senior Hailes. ((2t8.1)Members at the State Farm over the week- j Mis-? Jeannette McLendon. Miss; guests of Mrs Elizabeth Dillaf: !

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shuford of I I of Beta Sigma Phi sorority end and look Billy North home Marian Davis and Charlie Meister I[at Kissimmee.

Lawtey are spending three weeksat ,I'I drove to Orange Park last Friday with them to Tallahassee: for a > all of Orlando. left Monday for a 'i Mr. and }IrsY.. K P<'\\Ir..

the Torode cottage on Kingsley I I'I evening and gave a surprise week's visit. week's stay on the' Gulf near Port arid family: spent the w.eket i I ( I ll

lake.Mr. 'i baby shower to a former member. Mrs. W. O. Engram and MrDelbm ,-. St. Joe :\McLendon and daughter I. Palatka with Mrs I'll'\ !!l''r.e: ; I '. t'' !
and Mrs. Charlie Parker will ,, of the local l chapter, Mrs. Bill C"!
Crews drove their sonand have been /guests: of Mr. and I mother Mrs. Roy Mattt'\\"- F.l.i,: -
spend the weekend in Columbia. [ .son. the former terry BettKnight. ; brother. Pvt. William En Mrs. E. S. Matthew while Dr. Mathews returned with th> It I > tings

S. C. visiting relatives. i gram, back to his Marine Air McLendon was attending sessionsin for a week': vi;?:it.
Portrait call M:'. and Mrs. Ned Yancey entertained
Foreddinj I
Force base in Jacksonville Sunday ': Jacksonville of the State Dental Mr. and Mrs. Franl. Walt'i -

liullington'H Studio Plume 26.;. tf I I at a barbecue supper after his weekend visit with Examining Board of which he is Houston. Texas and :Mrs F \ I /'
Mr. and Mrs[ Ned Yancey had Saturday evening for Mr. and< a member. ,' /
his family. Moore. Mrs. T. A. Steele1 r"
as Sunday Mrs.! J. P. Mrs.! Calvin Williams of the State A r ,, .. ,
guests Miss Jane Palmer of Jackson! All lircsx straw liars reduced! Frank Walters.: of Game"\illi :
Stevens and Mr. and Mrs.:' Tim Fam. Also entertaining at a bar ..
the weekend guest of 3.1 u-nt at AUVAKEZ ilOiK.:
vile was per were Thursday /guestof: Mt and!
Stevens of Sanford and Mrs. Joe becue fish supper for the William 1 1 I i
:Miss Idell Landnim. j:! ((2t-8-l) Mrs. W. B. Mundy.Mr. i _[ _
Turlap of Waukegan, Ill. on Tuesday evening were Mr. and !1
Mrs. J. K. Crow of Plattsburg.Mo. Fella and Bill Woods are spending and Mrs. R. F. Prather an-1
Bill McRae. Mr. Williams; a
I Mrs. was the guest last week of a week in Eustis visiting, their daughter have returned to then
II Marine, recently returned from I
I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brooking and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph home in Jennings, La. after a

I TUXEDOFEED I Alaska and will report for duty Mr. anjj Mrs. Arthur Brooking at''tKingsiey Rhodes. I I month's visit with Mrs. Fay dill ,,
i in Iceland in the near future. ,
: lake and also visited Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennille Ga. I Mrs. Gill accompanied them .>"
STORE I Dick and Tom Smith an in Mrs. Ada Alexander and MissVil- i ie visiting her sister. Mrs K. G. and will remain for the balai
Keystone ]Heights[ I 1 Hawthorne this week visiting ma Alexander on Thursday and Duncan, for two weeks. the summer.

, their cousins.. George and Hogan Friday. Margaret Rose Duncan i is spending Mrs C C: Stanton and I

FEEDFERTILIZER Smith. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. AdkinF this week in Gainesville visiting James of Hastings/: visited \' (
II I A group of young folks from entertained at the annual AdkinF! ;,'i her cousin. Sue Duncan. Ada Alexander and Miss W

Pierson. Ga. enjoyed a swimming homecoming Sunday at the Ad. Mr. and Mrs O.V.. White. Sr. Alexander on Monday.\

I SEED party and buffet supper: at the kins summer home on Kingsley ..left' Saturday\ for Tallahassee tr Mary Alice Simmons of Pet l t .

Dave Panlks on Sunday. The lake. Enjoying the affair were ] make a short visit with his brother cola is !spending two weeks w -

V. JOHNSON Paulks also had as out-of-town Mrs Emma Carlton and Mr. and George/: C. White and family her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr.-

PROPRIETOR /guests: Sunday Mr and Mrs. MrF. \V. Furman of Jackson1ville. I| Mrs. Emmie Lee Theis of Jacksonville Cecil Sewnll.Mr. .
' Veron Bryce of Bronson. Mr and Mrs. J. E. Adkins will spend the weekend! and Mrs. Garland Godwin.

of Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. I \\..tth11'. and Mrs. h.. G. Duncan. and children returned home Sunday TNt /KST TldfE Stitl/IfN OF'f HAS BfFH AfAPE

'J C Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. A. Z.I I I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Parker are I to Port St. Joe after vacationing -,

I Adkins. .Ir. and Fred Guy of i; vacationing in Georgia this week I with their parents the

THEATRE Gainesville.Mrs 1 Mrs.! \\'. S. Slade of Douglas : J. G. Godwin: and Mrs. BerthaPearce. ; STOP SHNDINC MONEY VOU'U NtVtB Sit AGAIN1 teal, pay foi rii'n tn.Io11o.A.tholxwo.ee/ If you e>t
M. F. Hazen and Miss Annette Ga. is !spending" this week with They were accompaniedby I .trod have the ftnetl equipment n tO*,' tome torn*tr i 'pending mO' roil'tt pw* t and wvr the diHtirix M
f STARKE Green of Brooker left Wed i j her son, T. H. Slade and family I their niece Mary Beth Lane dot hcrt valv* and is worth money H ,.",ore tendmti yilovndty ,. you r. tptnding l k.i whafevoi you'r. iprnd.ng wH d.
ovl of having a wo..womo" dc. and.t 'o moll el th. |lob So, ,*, M today lot oVloils' It. o .,..../ -
t nesday by train, boat and plane j j Mr. and Mrs W. H. Agner and of Jacksonville for a short visit. I, i ill rOil e>-m."h at $2 80 g reek thai enough to ign jroy can'I oll9i to MM! epporttwufj

Dedicated To Community Service -. for Nassau and Eleuthera. Bahama \ son. Mickey, of Fitzgerald. Ga I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Streat of .....

I "Movies Are Better Than Ever" Island where they will visit ', and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Frevatt. Miami are pending two week I

Mrs Hazen's brother-in-law and : Jr. of Jacksonville Beach were with the Steve Simmons familyat AU YOU DO I IS SET m PWl AHP TURN ITON!

, Sat., July 26-ONLY f Tues., July 29-ONLY sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Plummet weekend guests of Mr. and MrsJ. I Kingsley/: Lake. .
tr. Ataft aC! Tout clolltM ere.1..1 whew-t.1he .
DOUBLE FEATURE for 16 daws. : A. Christmas.Mr. !" i .\II Summer Suit rl'cll'I',1i .
/ two raited many o( ihrm ipun-dry .enough o wow Til.
Frances Landrum spent last and Mrs. Gus Beasley and i 211 per rut at AIA'AISES1OKK a: : : : r O f Aerator tot tloihn' Itndtily ear haw ...... lo.too. .
Flaming BulletsWith ''w week ,m Brooks'iJIe'isiting her son. Earl of Bay Town. Texas i ((2t-M-1I alwJ ko" IonS".

Tex ]Hitter t grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. were guests the past week of Mrs :Mrs.: Lettie Parker of Jacksonville ...

-_AndAlso Landrum. 10.I L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin. visiting/: her son and daugh Afrft r1OA' eH or Alt aw* W4Ht MMt>)H rrAtt-mi JttltWHCt en 'T" :lrn
( .-tI;_ I Sheriff P. D. Reddish Mr. and caid. ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charlie -

Mrs Drew Reddish and Mr. and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Zack J. Robertr Parker this week.

4f .r l 1 Mrs L. L. Conner Attended} the of Hastings. visited Judge and Mrs I, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray and

w f neal: ) of Mrs. Evahna Lock- George A. Gardiner last Thurs i baby Ricky of Jacksonville spent' ,

NATURAL hart in Deland Wednesday after day and Friday. i ja few days this week with :Mr. and I:
COLOR 1 It To Buy General I Electric From McGriff
itari i noon.Mrs Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Pays

Charles Hardy and children children spent last week in W-O Roy J. Andrews entered
I pent the weekend in palatka Waynesville. N. C and the week. the hospital in Bethseda. Md

I'\ i) B gill WilliAMS t with Mrs. Hardy's mother, Mrs end in Chattanooga, Tenn. over the weekend for further ''I STARK i:
Jlrlused throughEAct .. ::. I ; PHONE 229
il: LIr+ 'y' I Jack Ullt..IIala: Powers ''J, E McGauley. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barksdale are I treatment.Mr. G.J.IfGRIFFflANCHlSCD J I F F Florad.l.I .

Plus "Lovelorn Leghorn" CartoonLatest Mi and Mrs. Jesse Newsoni, I spending this week at their camp I and Mrs. Clarence Cooper I est Call St.
"Crop Chaser. Cartoon & I "on, Johp and daughter, Enlynnpent [ at Salt Springs. and children, and Mrs. W. E. Lawson I
World News & 2ReelSpecial I II
Chap. I "Hlrijf Disc Man From the weekend in Miami where I Mrs. J. A. Christmas and chil and children spent Sunday at I,
: I
Mars" I i I they visited Mr. Newsome's dren ate leaving Saturday for the Stephen Foster Memorial at HAlil

brother, G. H. McCall who is Anniston Ala. for two weeks White Springs.
i hospitalized in West Beach. while Mr. Christmas is on maneuvers Peggy Davireturned -

I Mr and Mis. Robert S. Bird of there with the National Guard'Mr. !last sa'turday after spending six
Sun., l\lon.-July 27, 28 ., Thur., Fri.-July 30, 31,
1 ,
I Jacksonville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells and I weeks with her grandmother:
<> Aujr. 1
Bird parents in Oak Park, 111. Wayne Kinney spent Sunday at E. K. Davis, in Jacksonville
\ & SKIRTSAHOY I JEAN JEFFREY CONSTANCE-I II II and'lll+ also vacation in Wisconsin Jacksonville Beach. | Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal antI

PETERSHUNTERSMITHLURE t',1'! several weeks. Upon their Mr. and Mrs. Berry Johns ton: Tommy were fishing neat

I V return Mr Bird, who has been re- moved to Jacksonville Saturday Jacksonville Beach last weekend

OF I THE en discharged from the Navy, 'where Mr. Johns is employed with i Mrs.; H. L. Starling and daughter.
t .........
will -ntoll at U. of F. in Gainesville the Merrill-Stevens shipyard..Thfir Mrs. Jim Deaver, of Miamiare

i ESTHER f I ; 4.' 1f daughter. Miss Josephine visiting relatives here this

01 tud Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Johns is staying at the Starke week.

/ VILLIAMS( 'TECHNICOLOR a e\\ ..ii\x this week at Fernaudi- Hotel temporarily. Mr and ]Mrs WalterVtno an.!

na Beach. I All MimnKT Suits reduced I I son of Celia Texas were g-.est: AT KOCH'S DRUG STOREONE

; JOAN VIVIAN I dlk Mrs S J. Benton and son, Bob- :20 per lilt at AI.VAKE1OKK: : : I of Mrs. Vc>t'no's aunt. Mrs D W

1 mis-limit/[ { ( '1\ w ill return home this weekend ((21-s-I ) Moore me day last wti'k.

Il i er a month's visit with her
-- -
NI7SS \;I daughter in Moultrie, Ga. I. i I '
+ / '
4 r iv Ain.\\19 NEW.50NG --r ci i.,I : Bettv Lou Harris Washing- POLIO OA7 INCREASE (, M.LON INK ql'\HT : I 50c SIZEINSECTICIDE :

riu "Off We Glow" Cartoon d ion. D. C. is visiting her uncle : According to the I". :S. Public Health Serylee, polio in the(

World News 1'lus "F olish Iuehling" ('arloonIF .nd aunts and families the (5. J. I'liiU-d( States has; ben increasing during the past f,-\\ GLASS TOOTHPOWDER i
McGnffs. Sr. and I
the Lx Grwtns.Mr
week. latest figures show 122 eaves for week ending
Y May 17ih H5 fore ending May 21lh i I
'E: LV OK n.oRln.TIIE.Tla: AI>S CUT All Ol'TXU PRESENT as guests this week, Mrs. ,I. ; CLEANER f i

IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FREE TICKETS O. D.-aver. Mrs. It.1.. Vance and ; 1.Jardh': ..s of the fait that Starke and \irinity has been I

MiK. Y. Roberts of Brunswick I II fortunate<< enough:; to have escaped this diearyon ne\er 59 I

Ga and Mrs. James W. Deaver of I!, know when it will strike at home.
:Miami. 19C 5C
Mi. and Mrs. Jack Banks and Polio Policies I
/'atI'p! To S10.000MO) ) )
-on of Douglasville. Ga. \\euweekend .
Dedicated To : ArcC.mmunlty guests of Mr. and Mr FOR: EACH MEMBER OF FDIII.YFFI.H'TED( .._ :- _... ,..: -

tlrr Harding. For Detailed Information Call
Senlre Than Ku'r Mrs Percy Benton and ch.id- n
v MARTIN TlltlXTRK -if Houston. Texas have returned! STATIONERY SALE T OFOR
to Clarke to make their home. Mi Conner & Gay Insurance Agency -- ONE
Box Office Opens 7:13: P.M. Show Starts S:0: () 1'. 1.OI'EX .
I Denton will join them later. l 116 :N. Court St. Starke Phone 255TUCK'S ;) TUo In, ( I > i IOMI' l I i.
Mrs. W. B. Mundy and daugh -- ___
:.'1' Jean were guests of Mrs AI.J' !.
Sat.-July 25 26 Mon. Tuis. Julv .
2S. 29!) -,
-- i i Compton at Jack-oinulf -- "- -- - .
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: l>a>'h over the weekend.

\\r [RRoi FlYNH t I I --1 Mis J B. Sapp spent the week I 50c SIZE 59c SIZE I 25c SIZEI
I' >-ini with her sister. Mrs. F. A

., M'u'le: in Gainesville., AUTO CAFE I
.:+ :Miv. II. Thomson and daugh Bay Rum I WilLIAMSPOWDER

SCOTT M :Marjorie Ellen, of )lon tH'el1t I I

RANDOIPH rL aiponding this week with Mr.-. RESTAURANT DRIVE IN
: waj Th mson's parents. Mr. and Mrs : ,
60GRRT :1 i I 19c
HUHPHRET t F h Slump.Mi .

f \ S R. John and her aunt, SPEUALIZIV( ; INBREAKFAST: 19c iI!I I I I 9c
IUO 10 I'.IteIi-I
Mrs C
'No\\Y\\\1.. F. Sayles of Miami left ..c
"\ Mundav for little Switzerland, N. j

a b \(,,\C.'u. t' where Mr. Johns will vacation
,, \ lor two weeks and Mrs. tjajlef I ,
'\ \\1 6:00 A. M. I
'J' .. will remain for the summer. :
1 Come in and look
-- at
Mrs Effie '
tea: Phis ('lI.rtuun "Three I Is A ('runll"Hl'SSELI. and Mrs.[ Carne :
Smith spent the weekend ir !, Curb or Dining Room Service

MRS. HARTMAN Maxvilh with their brother. H. D iw; \\f.'E( > i ii-" 10

E1JKRLK .'a! ;Il'r. and other \ $2.00 Perfume
relative 'l Im.lh
Sun.. July 27-ONLY i O UR25c COUNTER !
Mrs. Warren Perkins and Mrs.nrne | : pa.'-te Shaving: < ntm.;

a riot on wheels Wed., Thur.-July M, 31 \ Colson returned Sunday :) Bl'SL\ESS }IE.1 S LiCHEO.FROM .\ etc.

rom a visit with their uncle John 65c I _
1I B Bat on of Pembroke Ga.. their
aum :Mrs Mohssa of Hazelhurst I SEE OCR Ll'XCHEOX MEM' ,!

1 1 Oa and other rtlative They wereonipanied : i BOX CANDY

I t1ILL ac.' by Miss Joyce Ward ,
U MM Judy Casey andfr5 TWO FOR ONE :

i Ben. l) Casey are spending: this CHICKEN STEAK SHRIMP t
% aunt week Mrs.Jacksonville E. T. Vestal! with their I I1 C Ji

Oliver pinwall Jr. returnee SEAFOOD DI\\ERS
ll ODRIA home last i
Friday after a three:: I
a JODY tA RANCFCH weeks visit with friends in Ncrtr. i i 80c Jen'sHair
s1EUYEN mar Uet low H oi Mow* Vernon. Ind. \0 PARKING PROBLEMS I'
Georff Tofrji I Tonic 49
Pltu. Cartoon 1i h twru nxtat Mr and Mrs. Chas. Lowry tf DRUG STORE I
Iked" "Droopj's Good Plus Cartoon "As A Crow Lies" Hot Springs. Ark. arrived Sundayand r S. 301 SOITH AT R. R. TRA( K i, J Combinationt I

are guests this week of Mr I
__ I
and Mrs. Warren Perkins. ,
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L. II. Futch


leg Jr. was the scene of a lovely j
party on Tuesday evening of last j
week when Mrs Starling and Mrs.
Winton Parrish entertained with a
Stcrk Shower for Mrs. Donald)
Bennett. The house was decorated,
with lovely arrangements of
variegated petunias and dahlia-,
shaped zinnias. After a social t i j MITCHELLS DRUG STOREBack
hour spent in playing games, the'I
honorea was presented with a
large basket! of gifts which were i'
opened and passed around for all)
to enjoy seeing. I

hostesses At the,close assisted of the by Mrs.evening Buster the I On Call Street Under The Name /In Which It Was

Bennett and Miss Delores Tyre.j
Ferved delicious
:homemade cake and lemonade. {I I H
About 40 were present to enjoy j ESTABLISHED IN 1900
this very pleasant occasion. j ,
Arnold Smith recently spent a
week at Camp O'leno where he
and Eugene Garner of Brooker
represented the Bradford Chapterof LESTER T. CREWS -- Owner
the F. F. A. in a school of fores .
try. They took a junior course in

forestry Mrs. Mae Wells attended a 26
Beginning Saturday July
meeting of the district postmasters ,
at Lake Geneva last Sunday.T. .
M Riherd of Lake Butlerwas
a business visitor In Lawteyon
Thursday of last week. HOURS
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Starkewas

visiting friends in LawteyJa .. .

Saturday.Mr.. and Mri.. Obed }.f. Pauley f.....% ::' 8:00: A. M. TILL 9:00: P.M. EVERY WEE DAY (INCLUDING THURSDAYS)

and son of Macel have recently -

with and returned Mrs.Mr.T.from Pauley's E. Pauley and extended parents, in Danville visit Mr., SUNDAYS 9:00: A. M. TILL 11 A. M. 3:00: P. M. Till 6:00: P. M.

Va. While on their Vacation Mr.
and Mrs. Pauley visited relativesIn
Virginia and Ohio. : -I Registered Druggist On Duty At All Times
The Misses Grtffis and Patel of ," t
Starke attended a party at the
home of Mrs. Steve Starling Jr.

recently.Mr.. and. Mrs. J. E. Shuford and DAY PHONE ALL NEW STOCK' NIGHT PHONE

lion of St. Augustine was a week 64Congratulations 284J
end visitor with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Shuford.
Mrs. Sharles P. Law, daughter
cf Mr. Edward J. Whelan was
visiting her father here last week. _
Mrs. Law expects to sail the middle \
of August to join her husband, Best Wishes Best "WishesFor'
Colonel Shades P. Law at Hiedel- lies of Luck
berg Germany.Mrs. .
Mamie Lou Edwards of .
Jacksonville, was a business visI- MITCHELLSDRUG MITCHELLSDRUG \ TO
tor in Lawtey on Wednesday.Miss a Every Success
Enza Blanchard was a
business visitor to Jacksonvillelast .

Bryant Hicks of Plant City wan And-
visiting his sister, Mrs; V R. Red- '
dish, last week. Don't Fail To See Electric Service GEM JEWELRY SOur
Mrs. Al Rippa, Mrs Charles Suits & Hats
Emery and :Mrs. Reg Masters of
Jacksonville was visiting relative and Supply Ed Simpson
in Lawtey last week.
Alvarez Store Seaboard
The Lawtey Methodist Sunday
School held their Annual Sunday Bob Kite-Owner m Watch Inspector
School Picnic at Kingsley Lakeon Established
Thursday of last week. Leaving 189'e
Lawtey at two o'clock in the .
afternoon the young people, arrived \ Are Proud
at the lake and had a long
It's A Pleasure
swim before the basket picnic QualifyJrugs
To Welcome
lunch was served. After the lunch Compliments
which consisted of abundance of At To Welcome{
any thing to be desired to eat, MITCHELLS
many of the people returned home OFHAROLD MITCHELLS
while others remained to enjoy
the swimming. Members of other STORE DRUG STOREHack
Sunday School were invited, and C. FRO I
many attended. All had
a good
time.TfTVVTVTVTTTVTTTVTVTTTV. Back to Call Street to StarkeWAIL


LONG BRANCHBy I General Insurance S STARK


Gertie Faircloth and Aunt Babe I
Padgett spent Saturday with Ernie

day We and,of Gertie had it.Irene no says Padgett Sunday they in had School Jacksonville a big at. I Good LuckTO Genuine its Pleasure A M I T C H E L L f S Rest WishesAnd Compliments OFSTARKE

the Mission last Sunday due tc I

That the nice sounds rain as we if were we are having.fair I MITCHELLSDRUG To )WelcomeMITCHELLS{ Heaps of Luck

would have I STORE TO
had to walk over a
mile in the pouring rain, we
thought we had better stay home I DRUG STORE .
We have apple pears by the s PRODUCTS
bushel and do not need them.I Back to Starke DRUG STORE
They are ready to can now. We dc Complete Line ofLAWSON'S
wish someone had these pears I S
who needs them. We also have MILK AND ICE CREAMCongratulations Davis Paints
cans to can them in If amonejreeds j:
the pears and jars just come:' COLD STORAGE Also //. P. S. Flat Lux
cur way and we can take care of STORE
j j CO.
your needs. J AND MARKET
and Satin-Lux
:Mr and Mrs. Maxwell of Green I I J .
Cove Springs were here to see us
a few days ago. and Mrs Max-
veil says she will come again
when our white grapes get ripe. Welcome Back Best Wishes
Jimmie Lang has gone to sper.' & Best Wishes Loads of Luck _
the summer with his great aunt To Call Street From Bc'sl U iehe ,
Lizzie Dupree in Jacksonville. Wec
,' nus Jimmie He is a great TO TO
help (In Sunday SchtH'i and Train j MITCHELLSDRUG TO
tug I'nlon! r* Green's Grocery MITCHELLSDRUG







rot nn itMOVAi of DEAD Cynthia Schmitt AND MEATS GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Phone Gainesville SS30 Collect !

FLORIDA REXDERERS, Inc. %flflJ.u.tIjruun.nnflJ.i.uvdng

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i '. ., Baptist Church"Greater I i I Preacher Says ,I NEWS ABOUT I'. .:.''rdtllOn1 n Xo. 91.:! 92.-: ;i--5; :; ( Part> rJRD .V>. ,' Subdivision, thenf run So'jth 71''l'> ',>tirt Misuse at Ginv '

III OUR ... I! 1 i 124'38" West :3447" feet Ga th.F.B | .,rf ,
1 Doctrine Revealedi SERVICE That part of1 line of Orange I I.ti ;> 1 I' I'
MEN i Street .
1 .
Love" is Block pi.ir f :
the sermon i 3. Howling Subdivision.according 1 26.04 feet North of Soiithwes* .-.>r < MUM,. ".' I
to "
e topic this Sunday morning by Rev.L. Plat Book plat recorded in ner of said Rlock 3, Howling Sui-- 1'1 '1',1'
Ma-i..n' E. Ca.ssels. son ofIr. :Xo. 2, Page 14. Public division containing; 15 acre
D. Haines records of Bradford County Is Owned All ;..ut !
at the By: E J. "
First Howlng.
Baptist I ,kR ah wo and .M.-A CasseN of Starke. enlisted Florida being a portion of SW-, I and wife. Dorothy B. Powlmg p.irtletit.. -' I Ibe .' 1 I
of XW Subject
Church To
of Mortgage
Starke. : : In.n'1
The ; I'
church .1tht' Marine
1 -- Corps on July 6 South Range 22 East ex- : of R C Longshore dated :3 19 '52 ign.it.-d
1 ant 1 ,
choir of adults & : rcpt that part of the West 52: It i forth : edXotu ,
will 17 in
am! Mortgage Book ..
bring special ;- n w taking boot train 27, pagi ,. .
r feet of said Block i. described :3SO.: of the public.. urd" : e II>H .j| n, .,
t. of
music with Mrs. Mona ianova tog Edward's CatholicSunday .
Church St. ",
Presbyterian lyig within 3:: feet comment mi .I1. I"' :
director. Sunday evening the dresspvt.; Marion E. Casselsss I lof the following described Southeasterly ditch you. and each of you are h- reh)'I j I ford I'.IIIMH i -aililUallfled | ,
surVey Ictiimandcd to appear in the entltlei'court d' .
Rev. Richard Lyons pastor. a kAt = line W'.U Irtt -|I";" .
School at 9:13. i Pastor's message will be the third arr 131.' : Pit 469. Co. L, 4th Rec. I Beginning on the West on the 12th day of August i .lished in Rradford Co ,
i' I
line of :
Class 10 Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. Christian Street at a point I I!?::;:!. to show what right title{ infreest i! I. ,
Friendship a.m. in a series' f e Trng BI. ,, Parris Island S. C. Before till; 62:! fret North of the WITXK: ; n\: ".In.t. -
"What Southeast .
Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. Jesus Said f or lifi you or any of you. ,,f aid 'olirt .'ii 11. : .
Morning service conducted at I the corner <> said Block 3. Dowling have in and to of the .
Marines any lollowinescribed
about .tuning); he was I t Ijuiv. A n I'
.Subdivision -
11 Rev. C. C. West of Confessions Saturday 7:30: to Heaven. The Chapel Choirof thence run South 74* d property and show .
a.m. by em eau se tuFFici :-\I': \
| pI' .tJ) at Setzer's. ] : 4'31"! West :344.75: feet '
I to the East
8:30 P.M. } 1 why same should not be takefor n 'I rL .' I'
Concord N. C.PENTECOSTAL. youth directed by Miss line of
Aliese -- Orange Street at a point the uses and purposes" se1 I I:, j' "
Children's Catechism Classes. Lawson will j,! 126.04 feet North of Southwest corner forth in the petition filed herein
.. I sing and the Pastor A Joseph Dobbs Jr. compie'n of :said Dlock :3. Howling Sub1 .
) P.M.CHURCH i 1 TAKE NOTICE that a He, Ur all.,,
,; HOLINESS Wednesday. 4:00 division,
1 I! will ]lead the congregation in hiboot training at the J...>. containing ::: acre, m..rt'or of Taking has been filed t-i th,

CHURCH Mai, 'm, \c Recruit above styled cause by the Petitioner. -
I OF JESUS CHRIST I singing favorite gospel choruses t vps Depot. J.Owntd Ry : t:. J.. Howtrng and the acquiring authority .>f the.proceedings .-,
Sunday School 10 a.m. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS with Mrs. n.- "id s C. on June 2S and wife. ('1..n.)1 Daa ting. of the taking of th-
Thflma] i
Morning Service 11 a.m. Masonic : Dinkins at The I wa -n f led a certificate the 'I Subject To Judgment : In Favor of above described lands, for the pi-.r:
Temple, Call Street. I as P.: H. Carlton. ,
I piano. I'olTig business as pose set forth in the Petition 'n th' =\
I Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Sunday School every Sunday 'Ou ;t,< .ding Member" of his Pla- [ farlton Livestock Exchange date cause. viz: as righ1 of w ay. Jess
Sunday School meets at 9 45 '. i..d! 3 3 :;s> recorded in Forrig-i Judgrlmrnt age ditches and b. rrow jut.- f.1 ......... ..,
Prayer Meetings Wednesday iootHn'
j morning 10 a.m. Sacrament Sen'night \ as commended by hi
I Hocket
:3. *. ..
I 13
with One Wiggins page public rec- portion of State T ad No :'>". .
7:45 p.m. Saturday nighr ices 6:30 p. m. A cordial invitation superintendent I .Y- emu ."Ht'lI' officer for perform. .lords of Bradford County, Florida "r..1f.'r.I 'M ,it I lurid i. .I'd! \ --
; j I Training Unions y Subject To .. ,., .. .
gather at 6I J Judgment In F'n: "ur d' f '- 1 1:01.-: *, \ -
extended to all in} -i -luties in "a
7:15: p.m. is ; most profieien lof K W. Wester dated .
T. Lawson director. 611 ,1 } : ; I i
I d satisfactory manner". recorded in Circuit Coin M.IIT- : t, -.
i Mid-week I kook II. page 1. of th'- ,'>li,, \
service will be con A" pending a leave with his !I' r'ords -
of Bradford ,
i COUMKim'd' t
ducted, by Frank Taylor in he par--,; Mr. and Mrs. Arlie J. Parcel I Xo. 94 Ijif.-l I !I' tih I.i A .'- -

absence of the Pastor who will I Station 21 -.'- 5235: ;; Sli: > \p .' 1 ....
FIRST CHURCH Starke beholding Dobh- Sr of Lawtey. Pfc. Dobbs i No !9:J.That. Ii

BAPTIST a revival at Grandin Bap repoi t .i I to his new station at part of the t .1', .\ in* .i-i.iI .

g| list Church.A A. G Iarllt'tatelJ: yestet fan ;:, N. C. I "cribed lands ....... .... ..
1-ff mr r r r* r*t r*-----f* ----fffff fff** *"**f r f fr* Lejt'iine. I Coinineni-e the .
on West Ini-: .
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor friendly welcome day that on tort 21 a 6 lf: p m -- Christian Street where you arcplanftirtg ''' ;
awaits the 1 it j u sects the -
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town I worshipper at any service at the God revealed tll hit> tm Doe'trine Cpl Lee Taylor of Lawtey was Street; run South West line along of l'i-i, i"i -

First Baptist Church of Starke. ,, I'e'entlawarded the Commends South line of Pratt Stre. t !n.
PHONES: Office 231 Pastorium 130 feet for point of begin"
I __ :j tion Ribbon with metal pendantfor thence continue i West ..i.i'im.: a neic HAS

Morning "(;reater Love" Methodist Church Spirit which was'ery shocking tc meritorious service with the said South line rtf Pratt St ". your home grown in
me, Rev. Karnes said. "Thank ; thence South 12S.3 fort home
| t > .
"What Jesus Said About Heaven"NEXT 25th Infantry Division in Korea. the
Evening approximate
i center tin.- i SUNDAY "ONCE SAVED ALWAYS SAVED" "WeBelieve in Divine Judge- the good" Lord for answer tc I II As a member of Service Co.. 5th erly present direction ditch; thence in a-i >M-' your

TWICE'LOST ALWAYS '1 will be the subject of thtermon I i prayer. I Inf. Regt., he was decorated for centerline along of said apj present>r.>xiinate or any other type of Fire insurance? Let us check

__ _,__, ,, LOST"s ij I j his work from Aug. 11. 1951 tc ditch 57.3: feet ; Iht'I''r: I,
I to be
preached by Rev. Ii I 12: i Church of Christ May 6. 19a?. The 2.; th Division ".ginnin< your
> and
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 AM.| 8:00 P.M. Thomas G. Mitchell ai the First lying in City of Stark.
Corner 10th and McMahun now beginning its thrid year on Florida in SWi of XU I t ,
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Training Unions 6:45 P.M. | Methodist Church of Starke. Sunday Sei-tion :2S.: Township t'om'
I the peninsula held off the Red? i Range 22 South. McMURTRY .
MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45 P.M. morning at 11 o'clock. Preceding Bible School]-10 A. M. lying Kast .
at Pusan in the summer of 1950. within T feet XorthweMerh .: ..... .....
the morning worship service i Preaching- A. M and 7:30: I land .!;: feet Southeasterly
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR Now the senior unit in Korea itp [ ; described of the (01I"wlnl !-
are the Sunday School clas.se? P. M.I ditch rt-ntei r InIVgmning ,-
( patrols harassing on the West line ,
which begin at 9-15 every Sunday I Prayer Meeting and Bible] Study I are enemy po jChristian Street at a point tut: \ ,;:t BUILDERS
sitions the Punch
morning. each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. northwest of i feet Xorth of the Southeast corner i
1 bow i I..f said Rlnck :":.
I Everyone welcome.Keystone 'I Howling SubdiM-l Keystone Heights Fla.
I lion thence I Charley E. Johns
Sunday evening at 8 p.m. Ir. II I I I -- ((rW..I :344.i feet run to South the Kast 74*line.4'\;

HEAR THIS MESSAGE SUNDAY, 8 P.M.!\ .'Mitchell will preach on the subject uuuu..u..u.u. I Sgt. 1st class Ray E. Carter ;Orange Street at a point 126.01 f"1.if Agency
I. \Ve Believe in Eternal Life." North of Southwest ESTIMATES
corner of ,
son of Mrs. Lossie Carter of Route i I nio.-k :3.
"BELIEVE IT OR NOT IT'S These two Howling Subdivision run- Phone IS STARKE. FLA.aproMnting .
will -
sermons to
-- bring a 2, Starke. is now serving with the I all ling .01 acre, more or less 1111'ENr ;

:,1 conclusion a series of six sermon? ; Heights!! I 7th Inf. Dion the west-central Is Owned Chisin.Hy R. 'hism and wif.Katherine .-, ,, I

TRUE!" on "The Basic Beliefs of The Meth- front in North .Korea. Carter is a I Subject To Mortgage: In favor o nioxi: .... ...
odist Church." Special music will VVYVVVVVYVYV VVY..TTTTTTTi i Fanners & Merchants Hank : ..
II' platoon sergeant in Co. M of the '! :21/52 and recorded in d-it..l 1 KKYSTOXK: 3581 DAY r.m. ..

What is this unusual event 'In the Bible that sounds i J I be furnished at the Sunday evening Mrs. Bert Christoffers ami 1 17th Inf. Regt. and] has been i in |' Rook 27. page :.172: ,of the Mortgage pubh." KEYSTONE 2431; NIGHT '" .....

incredible but yet is a proven fact? Come hear the 1! service by the Methodist: I daughter Barbara are home from Korea over a year. He holds the I records Subject of To Rradford Mortgage County: In Fax.ir Florida'fIn. t : THE TRAVELERS. Hertford

Youth Choir. ( Far Rockaway Island whenh Purple Heart with Oak Leaf C Uingyhore dated .'. .*
answer. Join the crowds:: coming:: to this live, rowing i I Long e I,, one .recorded, in Mortgage /IS' and. Y' :
church. Prayer Meeting is held end 1 they have been for !some weeks I I'Mrs. Cluster for wounds received in.. 360. public records Rook of Cradf.i 27. |" m 1

I Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. 'I Chas. H. Newman i is staying action. Patrols from the 7th are : County. Florida.

First Baptist Church, HamptonBob I I here with her parents while Lt. i iI battling the Reds in the strategicIron 'I Station Pan-el I 21:Xo- !:r.i.SJ Iii : Lateral: iParu.Hit.Si:I h I'I.---N

Christian Church Newman, who has been recalled j Triangle] sector near Khum- 96 & !97.That .
Pastor i I part of
Gray, :
to the Xais in Washington : wha. I .\
parcel of land :::.Se feet I.i '
Bible School 10 a.m. Don Hill, Superintendent Bvle] School] begins at 10 a.m. .,,, D. C. | -- l i I 1 and West on the North "..i.. ar-l-,

B. T. U. 7 Otto Hicks Sr. Director i class Lawson.son :31* feet on the South side sell
p.m. | with lasses for all ages. Mr. and Mrs. Paul and i Airman 3rd Jerry CHARACTER
II Tyre j 177 feet o-i i the We>t end and i >
"Hour Of Power" Wednesday 8 p.m. ( Morning Worship at 11 a.m.. I Miss Lulabelle] Tyre have gone tc I of Mr. and Mrs. E. Lawson of i I feet on the Kat.. end boun.l.-I i ,
I on the North
with the Lord's Supper at 11:15.: Washington D. C. for two weeksvacation. Starke. is now stationed at Williams on the West, by by the Pratt West lit'I Stre--\ "' ;and well know standards ,of Semr '

Evening services begin at 7 p.m. I! Air Force Base! Arizona Section 2F. on the Fat !b'. have been earned and maintained byhns
Christian Street ,
I school.He and
the nation's first jet fighter .n t '
with Christian Endeavor followed
Col.! and Mrs. John McDowal I South by Howling'sAddition
j of faithful attention
is assigned! to the 3529th: i the Town years II't'rnr :
services at 8 of Starke, Florid
by evangelistic! p.m. I I : i
who have been for about
each gone Maintenance Squadron as a j jet Il I and !being in the SW4 of :\W'' =-' : economically in this \ i.trinity.I .
TRANSFER AND Prayer Meeting Wednesday ;
R.B.ALYAREZ&SON seven weeks have returned to their j of Section 23. Township 6 Sou'li},
STORAGE CO. 8 p.m. studying the 4th :;!.. home on Lake Geneva j mechanic, having recently completed 1 Ja-ige KXCKPT-! :22!: Ka.st. I

,!: I ] the mechanic's course at Commence on W I,' I
of Galatians.
I I I line .
of Christian Street
.... '. --a- .xryr We operate local I i j i Homer Swindall. pastori t Miss Nancy Hearst has gone to I Amarillo AFB. Texas. I I it intersects the South line wh--if ,.I

f" ;;&' distance Portsmouth. Va. to visit relative] ? I Pratt Street ; run West ..ilongsaid DeWITT C. JONESPhone
long; i !
': ,} and friends. While there she will In Thr rin-nlt r'mrt Of Tlii- I'.luhlhJinliiinl South line of Pratt Street
: '? an j p'hrreIn U. S.EXCELLENT rlr.-ult! llrnilfonl r..unt,. i i 112 feet for point of beginning. 7 Starke. Fla.
l.. A.d.AIYAREZ6'SQii' t,, I At The TabernacleFrederick visit her sister. Mrs. Chas. Campbell j riori.lit. I.ae >.. :11:1.: thence co'itinue West along;;
/ ;: .,;. =: G | and her 'ollngson Timothy Iradford I r.iniU n politic! snlidivi.ioi .I I I said South line of Pratt Street
I I "I tlif Sl.it.- <>f Florid al: feet : thence South 12X .1 fn ,. _
St> +).) h: ?-Swr.Mrrr *rh4 i R. Sacher of Brook who is about two weeks old. !: \1'i-litiiiri.T. \ 1 K: .1 Uowlmjr, ft al I I i i to the approximate eanterltneof r # --'-- # ;
"1 STORAGE lyn. N. Y. will be guest speaker ;i; Friends will remember Mrs. Campbell i I I Defendants. I i present' ditch: thence in ;nn Funeral Director Ambulance Service t tOur
NOTH'K: ftK P.ri.F. NIPINi.li.r Kasterly direction along saidi
: at the Tabernacle this Sunday ;: as Peggy Hearst who visited'' Of Kniiiirnl: Domain PM>.T.-IInirt |- ,I approximate centerline of present !
FACILITIES evening He has been a prominent ,,: her; parents here several] times. I ditch .;.7.3:: feet : the-ice North local fuaaral: horn enables oj to offer conveniences and \:
I C I In th.- n.inuand 10\ the authority 12< :3 feet to point of hf-ginning *
i young people's worker and managing I II,! A ]letter from Mrs. Thomas C'uf the Stit, .> of Florida and lying in City ...' Starke, ; services aot otherwise available. 1
t{ director of Kallmafn Home TU AM. WHOM IT MAT COXTKIJV. I I Florida in SW', .1! \\V', ".f 1i i
I| Sterrett says her 111Ot er.Irs.. i and Section 2S, ; -
AN'M: to all persons par t'I;1 Township, H :South i
for Children in :\t'York.. He is Jallr".1": \ IU-:
Frank Uible] is improving. She ire liavinq or claiming any right ;
Agents For See us first! now retiring and is building a Iii I... mt-r..!>t, -sta, +I., inortKaee oroth.r i lhule" uahi: ,, .'. i '\ > |10-, \ .-. J We furnish th. highest type service at prices, and '
!I. developed pneumonia: after her i li.-ii t..or.. thoc"rtain ,.f :and \\ th}, t. i-1 1, ,
DELCHERBROS. home at Park of the Palms. The >! par- 1: ,, ,. t accept VNY Lie: insurance policy in force is-sne.1 by ANY \
d.scriht. r ti t : : .1'
in critical 'I!I. of land hereinafter.in.l i
and conk -
injury was j i > r ;
I'erry man Bldg. i public is cordially invited. I tlic following personswith hlgeth.,' t I. ,. I -' '. I ctnpsny; a.3 payment in part or m full on a funeral! ,
i--- j lk J LJU'Aj t--:lJGENERATORS i j lion for some time but is now on j jj all unknown daimillg I I... i iMl
I I i und per.o'isliv. .- known I. 1 > '. L-----------| carries! no obligation .
iI I j the road to recovery. Since Mrs.I Ij thrmieh or r p>
sons. who are dead or who are n,.t --- -- -- - # # # # .
! Church of God i ii I j: Uible is unable] to write and Mrs !:; known to he dead or alive: -

i I, Sterrett can not answer personally I i E..J: Itouhnc :"tu'kr. FI..IIoI i t'. .
Starko 8th Jt Clair I ( .I.\f: li.mlinu'tirk: >', Kl"i rd!
St. Sis.
all the letters and cards that havebeen '
& STARTERS ("arlimi l.iit ,,.tmk I ,l'hanire.. i- >i I Iff. It ,
I received she requests that C.irlion, ) ::'11! : II Sunday School] 10 a.m. DIo rnill : .n\ ill FIIII.I I \ \\ .-' !L ir7FLVIVET
this column we express h e rluhu.I .. XEW
!UI?: Worship 11 a.m. Evening t 01. II. Hull tlr _
Repaired Rebuilt thanks for all those expressions '"-11' :" I,. K.th., i T Ct, '. 9 nI#
Exchanged Service 7:30 p.m. YPE ServiceTuesday 1'1" .. :" ,,1. I ." inn- .

7:30 Prayer Meetin of sympathy.Mr. ;fo1'I I,.. "1- I \i, ..-..!!., FI! .
p.m. p .! I : I .ir S' "! k. II' -", '
VOLTAGE REGULATORS CHECKED: 7:30: p.m. Thursday. I!Ii anrltr- I' H Haskm.-- .1-. : I..., .." ,' !I'. "< ;>' '
i pent the weekend in Kev,\tnne. ]!'I.,, ,; I; I I.j II IMACHINE j
tan try i -.j ?'' eet"e Pot1fJhfe SSWH&
On Saturday rely 26. about t,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning !
AT ?(rtft Smut leader! : fi >m tiii*. i'i.-- I I. .1' .
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Srving I' LAh _{t.'
tiiet! will! 1 bold! a mfetjns: at :,'\ .
'r/" '('1' : f'f'
Saturday, 7:30 .
STARKE] GENERATORAND p.m. -'one Inn At 11 ':"O; an. finer ..f 1 jfjF1P 1'0 ; Nome; Withheld DJ: h Ciov'ic; Price Reduction'IJ.Jj
'vi'.I!! he d :11'On"tl..t: on "f Sr .vv r

Theressa Christian '1':; I ir 1'ie p'1 J ri ::11 I-o"- :ti'im! ::1- 1 corrb r

STARTER WORKSi Tnti :K :ii 1< > t'e: Kevtoi1HeiJ.l:, \ ATTENTIONIf I .t.\. l .>-0"..
fVjviJ 'ath T! f1 r bt '
< I '_! ti t.
I 1" -i'i' \ O"i; r : 1 JT -"n tt r' '

I :111 i < \\ alnut s p in.Wiw1'. ,' s- 1'1,1.1.: : Px '! I r'I ..
fit t. ( Formerlv Anderson's' (; You Have
iarage) i >'':.: f this IIPP erinr 1 ,. t',1'' -1' t'1 I. '-\1'' : 'lJo> :+., ... 1.1&
Ed Hunt FLA. III"! y'(J'I"L lr'''dr; V 1111> llft'i)<|l''l I"\! II!: bv ; PINK OK; CYPRESS I -'.....{

II. D. Koger 'he II f : : PI r' :qg :M >n<11\ r. eot; UettieilcrI'irrrtt ".. (.J '\ (

: rut' s*' ,I' t K, "j ni';:> tit poi'd' v. ;. .:'oIl I',,' .,.. : \ ', TIMHKIl: TO SELL i "

I v ;" ;.'.. i V' L I C. { 'h'! -M .7 v...} 6 tr
I Larsje or Small! Tracts 1 ,_ if.L.r .. .... ..: r s
i.",. J S\ !ui.-ii: p' iOOUL.X I i-' ,: .1"I I \ !. :':1.1 \ .....-.r.

I't I : ." ;" \ 'nd ),11..: I '

; Many Bear \\ CIH'IUII MISSION" VKYBUTIST i c I'1, .. . KevtUKHeight Ye} Buy All i,: f

; rllrrtt'in :
1 .. -ruie-l l 1 1'''
a rereTo. ;
I 1I False Witness TheV. !I'liUMi;: :\ '-; ''!nary Hap-
!r. mt1 1'1'. itt 1j
I Fndnevening:! (}:
ti."ir.'h; uvl 1 ell
ii i\ic--j tir.r tr t ti
i jChurch.. Ja.. -."iivlK! "\-
i" < ,: Ill'l! \\.1 l ,ln|> '\ It11 li-
j PU\\! : !II McDontfl; way : ".* ot- Jr rift or) 'all
I '" Li--- '. 'j ,.I\i\ !.' "' 'j h sivbliiiL'
i \ t i !i.ittnj: mirtcr.1'h" : .
Hf mii-selves! : IP I th i: m-
The American bombarded '. l bi.dt's gown u.t- u' white( \
people are being ru"I; n S >" 1"' i mPMM. B. THOMAS

i by propaganda insidiously designed .' : i :.' ;> :> bridal] rn anti ]h" -vi thehi'diee ? a
fv.-.t! r.s "V 'arin
"I' : : -' '
I I to deceive us and to defeat! the ...; n.T-khne. acienti-l \. of LUMBER CO. Yt PiNKiNG

1 intent.of our Constitution. Thousands arc \ e studded -"- : PHONE :211' .1 ;

bearing false witness deliberately) thou ".otf warrl;-< *, q i .'. the I'M' P. (1. Hox rail: EF SHEARS

sands:: more unwittingly. '. \ a seta" which erd'il :iI' i cunt{ : ; ,.1 STARKE. FL\. \ AR SERVICE UARAt11EE! r \
i iDES
I k Her veil of lh.! .-. f.-:. '

'The primary duty of every citizen is to r PHONE 218 fingertips n r :::1 a jlH'-:: .. ARC RAND NEW! ABSOLUTELY NO Given (t C

I know the truth and to impart that knowledge l.-icf and r.et otp.an.'i't i '' DlFECTIVE PAATSI
COLONIALFLORIST ; foot C trol SewVig Machine Purchased '
I bands of -I't'.j l pe.uls! S' ? ttC self-Adjuttrap Teatioe
to others is the urgent need of the e Lead Cord Automatic Sloth Rfr9utofor
a white ,
topped w. 1 '
I hD: u. Every one of us must bear true witness ,, orchid. < Let Is Thoroughly 'sew Light Self-Threadi'e Spriaj Gvt THEY'RE WORTH

I for the ideals that are American. Following.. Wash Limited One to Customer
," -ervice Your Clothes i OVER 56.95 !
I ,
ception was heLl .n the enuii"
9 rounds
FLOWERSFOR After cutting tht',!' wedding call: .

; i and spending someime with thei: For 40c !
An Informed Citizenry Is Our Safeguard '
ALL, OCCASIONSDISH guests. Mr. and Mrs. Detweilet e '
i Against the Economic Quacks Who Prescribe left on a wedding trip to Sout FREE Bleach If Desired! 1

!; Poisoas Toward America's Destruction! Florida. 'I Temple Ave. StAt!;;.

I I I II. V (i) graduates The bride of and Robert bridegroom E. Lee Higi elf: I

I Use Your: 3anJr Champion! :: of Your Liberties. i School and Mr. Detweiler wa Ii -

4 graduated from the University o i We Will i[ ACME VACUUM STORES i

,w\ GARDENS Florida last June with high Dry Your Clothes

I! POTTERY honors. He received a B. S. de InS( I or.h ... J.n-k I < m\ 111('. Flai

gree m Journalism. Since: gradua ;t For 20c I < .-mim >n I would "x i Kf.K. HI"M1)1 MO\ >TP. \TIO\ "- I

l POTTED PLANTS lion he has been employed on the ', In New AutomatlDrteral' the .\u...* I:... )01I,1.1 ,'.u' \ 01' mnn ( le-aner pit. >-rt A'

\ FLORIDA BANK at STARKE FLOWERSlRED Telegraph staff of the in Starke.Bradford Count.1', I >!0.9.! .">. 1 underiUnd tlurn i* ?" obligation to bu>. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Detwt-ilei wil. Name
-- - - - -- -- -- ------ ------ -- I
'r 'iI! / I/ariJa) lease on Wednesday. 3') fo I : VACUUM STORES
b u f/atfonal group St Stark The Washeteria Address - __ __ _ -_ ----- ---____ -
Virginia, where
he will serve a- \ :
4q ,f
+ second lieutenant in the I City ___ ___ ____ __ State ______ to.S \\ I ?nTtt.) Jat.. Fl ti
r s
1 Army. j I If R..'.D. .%,.Un.Ii'...r So-n.l je4.ific DifflU.IU JiT-3

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Cecil Field Folks L. T. Crews ship changed twice again following Judge A. Z. AdkinsI I I .
Buys the death of Carpenter about I ,:Suwannee;:: Rhythm |I';" >I k. :111 : h.' !H1 jfnd l'.aIl:}' T.-c-! PIa.] ... sheer 'he CitV '"unl',1 atllI11Pr'I ',. .
;pt. i n .f h. I', ,

Living In Starke Local Drug Store i iI 10 years ago. J Heard Touching Case: 1 Boys Provide Music ,4)t1'1111II: i .. .. < I..Ird to re p.u"ti\tnCOP,. opl'lions, To In-Ill, "lt ..It A. P.i-l, I

Present owner of the store i if |Over I! link B. w. fl IIMi ailvptioii uf an "ilmaii.' i ii'.ji. I..;
'On July 1 Cecil Field near Max-, I i Lester T. Crews a Pharmacis) Custody j 1 For Legion Dances : Mn .an L O.-lv i i'Circuit. 1'111I'J'r"t'nurt.I! 's.rl.tI.\l.it.ou k rotrlttioii-bUilding. t.. -hr-taUd. uu- l' '11.111.L Cols., "

ville ceased to be an auxiliary The "landmark" drt store located 7; Ji-Jt--. I Ii I 1."' ,.moU.ht'
j g : who recently married the daughter Judge A. Z Adkm- -Iructed on landaluittinc T. mi-Ii,
l .
recently Ray Stone, chairman: nf the .\venue ll" S :!tllr in tl.- ( 'It . field and was commissioned aj: a at the corner of Call and of the late Mr. Mitchell-hence tried a touching case M rirn tn .\rrnitn St.irke. Flonda jva'' !I' ,, ...... 011 1'1; ..1"1" -
I :involving I.American Legions flrriilt ('..nrt. Hri ir I I .
Saturday night < { C.'O"'F. '
separate Naval Air Station for the'Thompson Streets, established in the decision to return to the forml; l the love of two sets of parents for.c 'l..ri dances .
I in the armory, -announce i; "I !I.- p'illhetl\ in I IK .1111) 'h
er name that was so well known I the same child. I Simmon-, I'laintiff.s, j, n- -
main fleet operations In the Jacksonville 1900. will return to the name of I I that the Suwinnee: Rhythm n iiSimmons." .
for manyyears.. i Boyrl l P..f..ndall'a F '- -- --
area. ''Mitchells\ Saturday after being ; The child's natural parents, 1 will play for the dance this Sat- J \nlire Tppr.ir.. e' X. 77 I ,

The Navy personnel stationed' known since 1937. The store will go under its new ,, :Mike B. and Wilma R. Pardon desired urday night and each Saturday ,; 1'.. .!trn-lir Simiion-. xthoeideii -,- .
as Carpenter's
I management this Saturday. Mr. the custody of the child fromMr. 1 until further notice. r < e and adder,, i> Unkn>uu l
there have been greatly increasedand Ownership of the store changed : I You are hereby notified that a !
Crews announced that the store j : and Mrs. William King who ] *:'uit' ("I'jll"rd'
the Chamber of Commerce!, when the late J. M. Mitchell whc ) This orchestra has played on'5VGCG. I engineered'
will be operated along the modern I 1 had taken care of the child since "
reports that around 30 famili, II purchased the establishment in I ;\ Gainesville and \\\\'PF.I"| ia been filed aeain-t you in theLbove nomnewDENDIX ica"y ,
self-service plan that has proved <: i it was a baby. named Couit
from Cecil Field have rented 1904. died following an automobile j :Pilatka. and has also appeared and .aii-e and
I I'I t'nu are
so popular in other lines of business : required S"fa i opx of I 1
apartments in Starke during the' accident in 1936.: The store was child two-year-old Retha :at theatres in Jacksonville. Gaines- i> snot answer or pleading to the 1
'I I and which is being more and :Mae: Padron the' : complaint:' on th. Plaintiff-
few weeks. D. P. Carpenter and was placed in vtlle.! and other cities.
past purchased by i
K '
more used by drug stores. Att-.rnex h: IViixman. Stalk.; .
I ,custody of her natural parents: Florida
This field will be used as a jet has been known as Carpenter'ssince Playing in the' ocher tra are: I
Mr Crews is well known in :after a hearing which revealed ud: file tile oniiMiiI: in theft. .. .,
base. that time although owner- Jay Jackson; fiddle and "take off..f the Clerk ot th.. 1'n. 'I It Coin, t .
Staike having been a pharmacist ; the following testimony. n or beftire the automatic
guitar". J. T. Pollard bass fiddle.J"
:: :Ih day of ,.'
at Carpenter's and Kosh's before \II! II-1 1'1'
I {! The Padrons and Kings were ;Eurt Fench. steel guitar and (itherxvise the alb-cation-, ..f. i.,i'oinplamt
moving to High Springs about a'neighbors' in Lake Butler When will be tak. n a- .ntejsed
]Little Ina Ray. rhythm guitar | i' -
ELECTRIC SERVICE year ago I Retha Mae was a babyher trther j by y..IU. .
WINKLER% This notuc ahah oe publisnedno ECONOMATi
Thf drug store was originally \ was taken ill and she was ur.abl-: MUM: ,> ...al'h'f'.k for four runsrtuntrweeks
N.ni.r ihereb given that the'' 1 In the Bradford '
established Isaac in 190C County
by Levy
to look after the baby. ?:::3. Kin; ,-tnl. of I County Commissioner- i I graph.

and was located at that time I I took over the care of the ct.l L. Ifor.l ( ".'lIl1t\". Florida will at I Ir.Vlock lUted tilliMh dax. ..f t liih J...._
I t AM August 4 A I I' (OFFlci.. SEAL J Thomas.1:
>.. ZENITH where Hart's Furniture Co. now n
t Later the Padrorm ivtd t,? receive. sealed bid for re- rierk] of the Circuit Court 'II i I
IS. It has been at its present location ing the partition between theij I ]I:y' ilalian; I. |1'.1."W| t clerk) I : 1 WASHER
Clustee. They wanted their little .
AF since 1909. ][ :'" j.nt Tax Assessor's Office and jhe j : :::.-11"' I I'J
RADIOand (, daughter to aecomp:' "- thorn and County Commissioner's Meeting'I
Room in the County Court Hnucr.and I'I ,
)i their two other children but theKing's t.. refmish the walls. ,.riling )ii.ttt.I 1I)1
'Local Girls Eligible refused to give her up. and floor with Pitt-l.urg! "r better WHKItKAS.: the ="al'I.) | ... with the new exclusive
lartnient of Florida i-
grade .f paint n.u eiiKaEwl | j
'They, were childless themselves : in widening 1'.-'"1'1. \ ? our ':
For Nurses Training Kid- to In.-llilt. l.ilior and ma U. S. ::i Ill ) in the City..t S'' .11 k.... 'I- RINS-SAVER that saves
Sales Televisionand and had become attached to Retnaj trialused. The Itoard resre- and. j j"WHKItBAS. .

Service Under Scholarships j j j i Mae. Judge Adkins' June 30 ruling the}"\.right Order to of reject the Hoard any acid of all CouityCommissioners bids. the right. ..t a't' of up to 56 gallons of
I I ended the dispute in favor of the of Hradford Count said 1"11I1.1.'u.. II' S "111' \is ,

,.. ..,...__" ," __ _.. Four
'i I amounts sufficient to cover the Clerk! Circuit Court AVHKIIKAS. the ''it). Conn, II of I i ij

221 X. Temple Ave. Phone 166 cost of tuition books uniforms It (hal'ift' ..( Starke iof the opinion' II _
: .
I Hear that il'l. .in the publi' into.-t' and
i and I a1fees\ for a three-year for the comfort safetv and i..nvenience 1.I, .. .
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STAKKE FLORIDA '! i i In Irruit i'niirt llrailfunl (innty.1'lorida of the I Il
rourse in nursing ai St. Luke'- Of Rainbow RanchA I : In ("hanfrrKntnce > permitshould I... i t ned nobnildliiK li =
i Hospital in Jacksonville are ') : Krayier It"7..r. Plaintiff f..r th. J
-...#-...." -- --,- -- .._ .. .II.ln..ti" of a-ix iiiiildintr '- '
..lamc l' .7.I'r.1I..lIdanl I
l ing begging" this year because ofi description of the work bean; Case Xo. <*:!*:?: on S :;:alt abutting MI th. Temple('11"f Axenueil" Starki'. i .

i a lack of applicants. carried on for nerdy young boysat llriler. of 1'iiMtenlUi. Dud \*tleet t.. unlesthe applicant., thei-ef..i il- I w.-t \.v

Rodeheavt-r's RainbowRanch \ l'l.c-ar \ loxva iinniniiiiii air tiai k of I Kighteen :, ,
Am young lady ambitious K Homer Stalt"f; Florida to: ..lameC US) I mlies fraid buildint-
__ Palatka at II.z.-r. ? It.>-.- addrens ,unk'iouii. from I $65,00 less than
given the
/ tteautiful Blonde become a graduate nurse who i? near I I e\i-ting right of wax oti
You required to on
appear I-aid i : Temple .1t nur il' S :;:1111 and
CONSOLERadio !''a high school graduate, unmarried I the Rotary Club Wednesday by AilKU-t '-:>. 11! ;:;:. in the above tianialI'.nrt : l I j WHF.KKAS.: ft i i- th- "I.in?I ..i i : the price of
I staff. and 'aIlS". u herein average
( and in good physical health and Lee Fisher a member of the the Citx Council that :a publi. hai -
entertainedwith -"- -Annulment I.I"lIIlIff'l 1111; -hoiilil! l I... held on Iliaguts| | I..!'
Phono.Combination i 1 who has failed to apply for ad- Mr Fisher also i Bradford County T. lrl .. >if adopting an ordinance. requiring automatic washers

I i mission to a school of nursing beI several numbers on his accordion -!I' pnbli>h this Order in the .. a niinimiim set hark of ":, ht"11 1'
weekly i issues. | II') Inches from the .. j"IIIIK' .
I caii'-e of the lack of funds for and led group singing. 1 I I I U'lin.--- ir.y ha'id and "ffic" i.ileal ; of way of Temple Axenue d'light S

Was 279.95 j tuition and other expenses, should I The speaker was introduced bye -:: I It:.M;; ='1 ark... "Florida this i July I'i ":till I foi all|| l.uildlng- be ....instructed i

II Gil Newcomb wio! had charge: of TuKFIci.Xl. Thomas o'i lauds alumina TempleAxenue $23995Low
immediately apply for one of th SEAL) A. J. 1C fl
{ S :011: in the Cit\ ..
NOW I available scholarship: loans by the program. I I Its Marian L As Crosby.Clerk Deputy.d'said Court Clerk. tllrk.IIW.. therefore.
239.95 RK IT KKSO.VKI| : bx thCitx
ONLY writing to Miss: Audrey E. Toft. I I'ha. K liens. 204 Ouaranty LifeI Council of St.'irk.in" regularion -..--
I I mltins., Jtrk.onviibFlorida.I .
Director of Nursing Services. StLuke's Army Reserve Unit .Amlor I'lf 7254tK.. I a-sembled: down payment
home Isn't
A l'OOlIMtt"ith ( It Thai.. public hearing. be

Phone 80 Starke Fla. out one come in and see it, Hospital Jacksonville. Applications I l i I 'o'uci1,0: riitt held' for the purpose of recetxine Easy terms
must be in by Augu; All persons; interested in the In ireuil fiiurt. Hrnilforil ('..unt". the opinion of interested parties

and )ou'll want it.Why. 10 for students; who expect to enter |organization of an Army Reserve I'loriiln: In (.hnnterj.rjinil concerning i the adoption of iinordinance
M.-ivn-T. Plaintiff v-. MarieM.IMI'ii. retuiri-ig a minimum set
5Pc. Blonde t training this year. :, unit in Starke are asked to meat ". Defelld.tlltiilirr : I 1I | hack of Kighteen: Ill Inches fro,,, I

t 1o1iSt' i it the BHS school office Monday '., ... x.. :\'III: the existing right ...r:1 v of TempAvenue ).-
"I know tnere hundreds of
are I I \ Tnifirar.. I II (II' s. :::01f..r all buildings
young ladies who finished high I I night at 8 o'clock. If organized. I 1'.. :Minelinor: n ho-e re-i-i I j! I.. b,- i'''structed on l-.rid- abutting Fully uOnutic-n no wnutr,

BedroomSuites the unit here would be a part of ,l-It.- .111.1 ,uldrrs- i?: l'nknuwu.Y j -:lid Temple Axenue C..r. S ::oil tn
school in June and are withoutsufficient >u :ir. hereliy notified; that a the ('il" ,.f Staike no spinner, no bolting down Powerful UNDER 1 UW
3015th Reception Center. < 'I That ...
funds to further rthe anti for (1.d.! k IM oniigut
I Records Section. Gainesville. I I It uore !II .\ -,. !I" :,:. .lt the my lIall. I AGITATOR WASHING FLOATAWAYFLUSHAWAYdraining
I education. Many of those would I I I has been filed against yon in then j Starke, Florid i. .be .mil il I. herein. I

--..* .., welcome an opportunity to stud y Those who had active service i abo\e named Court an.f cause and fixed a- II:.. IIii".'. tin. ..lal:11,1: tIn New porcelain top for exm work surface Our
\\'orM'a I' II are eligible to jai nlynu i!t are required tn serve a ropy of -
I nursing if they only knew that St.
'Ivoiir: answer or pleading! to the dial flues all the work. You ,Ion',0 have to be there.m .
l-Bed a 1' ) Luke's provides room and board[ 'the reserve at the same rank held complaint on the Plamtiff- W. C. T. U.
t ,1 "
Attornev A. 7. Adkin, lr .
at the time of their separation .
1-Vanity 1r |110 its students and scholarships I I', S K. Fir-t Avenue, C"i"""n libFl.n,1.i I .\ STATISTICAL M'K\'KV Of I "=UJl is HI i "
l available in amounts suffi- from service. laiaiaig
1-Ch/st I t l i t I are ------ |land, file, the original in the office of :20( ) XK\V: ADMIssm.vs To Till E li'ON1lEHT11HI
1-Xite TaMe 3 s # t ; ; i dent to cover all other expense: jtbe Clerk of the Circuit Court on WAsmxriTox: ST\TK: r
1rs.1' L. Andrews is among
of the before the
course, including a monthly "I' lInrnll'eedear
1VanityKemh t *' !Upending ; the state officers attending the: 1 i iI | :;:;.th day of August, 1:1:1: : TEXTIAISV.: SM( \\ tU: t.l I I.
wr allowance, stated Mi:. thei-\vi-e the allegation- said :
J'iSs sb > PER CKXT: in !
} Vp p Toft. I District Woodmen Circle meeting !i''CompHintill bataken aooiife..- DKINKFirs.n. writing,

in Jacksonville this weekend. lrs.1| ed Jov"u. 7J> PEn CKNT:: IMIKK: Tllh ID'l
I j ji !'
The scholarships were established 'I This Noticehall b.* ptit>li-hi"l INTM'EXCK: DKI.NK
\\ liE'lUasnn. :
otNOW i Andrews is state attendant.: .
unf".iih '. k fir f rnn".II'i\.e
Was 164.95 with fund u. mr I A product of Bendu Home Appliance Inc
provided annualIv \ : : or Tilt: ''IN). ?'I.fi! (!

Tradt bthe Lovett's and Table Supply iti:>ULt'17o1 1'EK CEXT: I.EAKXEO: T' 1
ONLY I'urstiant tn the proxision- Sei-tion :2"7I-: I Florid, Stiliit.-s. I :Mla
Food Stores Welfare Assn. > aiiit-tideil b>' Section !S of Chapter :22XP.S.!:! ::: Lawof "'I"rllla.c'I" of l'4"i.' DRINK IX Tilt: IW.MI' II PKK:

With Is? They ale available to young women -1 notice i>- herelii' (ji\<-i> that a ...,hli. h-arui shall he held! b> the Coiinixi TEXT AT KTIESM: : |).\\ WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
i IJoard of rublic l-istniction of Bradford Coiintv. Florida on M..mli\
149.9t YourFriends in North Florida and South I August 1. II I .;:!, at the hour of 10D: ami" the Count.x Hoard meeliliKroom ns.XU 11.1 PER CENT: IN

Georgia. of the courthouse at Stark.FI..rlda, fur the purpose of discii uuI : THERMEI: : SERVICES' ((,()()I)
do I I, with the citizens of the county the l.r.,1. -choul Imd.;et of said i "'ii PHONE 166(;
ty for (be fiscal year beginning July I I. \\';jZ; : .ind eiidint ..luluwhit'll :''>. 1"I '.. XF11'I..IIXFII.LF IJI IJ.h

Godwin Named To budget i-i siiinmarized as follou-' e TI\.I) :222-221: : : :! t Temple \ve. i'. S. :aol< I
Starke. Fb,
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i. 111 IM.IM you TIM: "iM'uiiTM 'I \ I '-ii:\ \ 'ii: or M-IHM> :
REMEMBER at the Hart Furniture Co. 1 I \ >'iu.'"* \ 11101:11'1": : :

FHA Committee A Federal Soune"i: ; ii -- . ._ .
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> =
"A Little Down Will{ Feather Your Nest"So H Slate Sourc<-> .!*">.SJ2 I.I' -. .--- "- -- -. - -- ':"- .--".'
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Colltitx Soliri >>4 117 S ibr -
John M Godwin has recently -
why not start feathering nest Today? .
your ."
ben appointed to a three-year Total unticipateii < "q"| i- .J".1'
Ca.-h balan >.> ati.i uue-tm-nt-. .:t.l7t '
let i mi the Bradford County Com- t

miller of the Farmers Home Administration 1'01.,1"ail,,"!.. Cash! HIt ,1'I'; (: .e:p .',","' I i FLORIDATHEATRE

State Director. ,
D D 0
William T Shaddick. said the 1'1101'0":1) KXPI-'AIIITI OK
I IFul I. C.t-neral Control I ,..:.r.' ) i)')
Bradford County Committee alsc
I i :2 Inntruction :: I;ii)0inm: I )
includes\ T. T. Blackburn of Law. .-.. Operation of Plant _.:
; .\I.--Ne\v Uaiuh type mas- TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I 11nlnt..........., 1't_.IOO ()'< _
Oliry 1 lietlrooin house Large I tey. and U F. Demorest of Starke. t 5. Auxiliary---.q Agenciesfi .-;-'. an:! on.

plot in Starke. Write box qua. ; MATTRESSESOP County Committeemen deter- ,' ;. Fixed (' ,')'H, )..>I WEDNESDAY
Marke, H., *"' ALL KINDS th.e .. Evening & 1 : "" !IIII!) I
!trine eligibility of farm loan :
x Capital : i I'"
lll $.\I.I'--C.'I'I..r tol..,', sweet I It E N 0 V A T E D I applicantsFarm 'I It Ih.h'S.\it.nvstni'u'I'l 1 I II
potato lines, J:: You cut them _- .
-- I I.:. \\"aMI III. \\ aillu Jlp-s 1 l loans are made to those Total I t -T.7l THURSDAYFRIDAY

who cannot obtain credit from Ue-er\r-. 7171'; '
- XTI.nill New KincMey. heath t) i I
:3 ground ramp| men Kooiu VIm.ird I ... y I other sources. Loans can be ob- Total Appropriati'in. Reservein
& Kilarv ::!I""K'I I trJ etiT fFu1 tamed at 4 per cent up to 40 yearson I the heart of Georgia's
: SAI.K-so-atrr farm. half l'I' F U H N I T U K E purchase development or enlargement The mlllage levy to be levied nn 'h-> !l'I"': i-- "ment rollenuing I.. fr ..I"l ., I Okefenokee Swamplands a
.cleared other half pasture & of farms. the fi.-. il .-
Repair impiovcment. nrrrx.ary rexenues for these liud: .r. fare % ir
timber, with 10 L-OWS. 12 hugs & I' Iteupholstercil and ;( : world lives on that might have

feed lit O llanip,,hlre Ktl .-111.1.1'1111. KefinKhedIIASTI.NT.S I (construction or alteration -, Siifi'ial Tax School Oi'r.... S. I .i mOs! July I 30, 31 existed million
:ri .hearing pecan tire2 houses, loans are also made. Up tc'' <"ounteneral; School Fun I to' mill : 1 a years ago

. barn & other bulldings. Located |lL :MATTKKSS CO. $;,000 I Ituilding & fus It.*srrv.- Frni I
I mi noith of I Uiwtry "" 11,1.1 l mabe borrowed in a Hi..trid :Xo' 11'is.rict milk:

1'OU: (301)I: I U Slrukland._ I5\ 230 1'alatka, Fla. I fisnal year at 5 per cent to pur- ; No Z lnfere & Sink'Tic:: F'r', I Mi1'Ii! Aug. ,1st I
-111--. chas I l l-trict Xo. IS Intere-t & Sinkintt \I'.1 j mill d
*AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUA machinery livestock seed. '''11I111..1.. detail"f, >.ae.h: -paritf jiifinariztil ,. !.r -i.h ml. \t".lo-, -11'
1'111 lt .\I.I.-Sweet Yellow Lupine I I feed .. .. .. ,.
fertilizer ulili' rhtifflrr -
or other operating ; a.ar. on file and ar- \.11..1.' f r i> -I"- 't "
M-ed. Hairy Indigo. n.'r"I") i.irr .1. n OIUMI. jit of (haI'nunty Superintendent "f I'nblu I In.n'i'ii." a' 'h. "Ir'-I I II II
I'en.sacola Itahi.i: ..-rtili.-d II \ Mit.r.oi u needs j .. i
$ I house. Starke. Florida and will Itl, > I.- .1' Illahl. f.' -'4.11 11"110' ear '
Southland Hat -eed I'.ux rltly (TTI.IMI) IHX.S !| Clifford L. Currie i i.i County ing together\ with all supporting -t.u,'men'- and inf >nterettd r ., 'I' ..\ I r"I I
before prier' Seed dr X11.1:5suing I ..
up 1
) Illtf personaie ordialiv; !'lvII.'i' ""' h. ,11 .r.
.V (. -/ \\ 11:1111,11"1., Lice Ink l:>n.'li \\ edne'da. 'Supervisor of the Bradford Unit : and ." r"r I
lug I.dl .t.-
.. ... I 1 -< u.th. -hviol t t.r"I'lro. and tMidg'-t f. oil''
1'111,11.11 rnrh TlmrkilntKtrcproof 1 .
1.1. r
tlI which tin ,
I: includes Bradford Duval. en-ninjr fi-i al v.- -

\\ .\ITKKSSKSXTKIiat' N. w I' OTl'"T01'1: .TIITIEO -I It |! Clay. Nassau St Johns and NnionI "'P\I-I'I"llt.X"y 1' 1'1'1'1.! : :' 1 INSTU':' '. 'T'H 1\. ....: I tlI

King'y IVa h. |1:1. 1. starkeStrliK Protect. Security Hux'i; counties His office is located in !P M ", ri. :.Z... rt try 1
7 !:. .beautiful!. laree. heaxv duty .I II
box sin .'-, plus tax.: Bradford'i the I Brownlee Building. 102 South I i

I.NSrilAXl'K: .iKainst vli|>jterv floor t'ount). Telegraph tf :I; Thompson St. Stnrkf Mr. Cur- t r
and frequent| l":11 ki. he>--lI.ASTI- ,
KUTi; -: TiansMre-it Finish .n IXGiU sl::\\ INti Mai-tune Corn- !j i rte said that in these six counties

sale at Kami. Home &: Auto puny. Lake CiH, Fla. Phone SiO.uigdy the Farmers Home Administrationhas 1
$ Mill B1 1"U" lint leiiin. Will repair.nir machine in tip eI e 4
. flooi <-. II smooth, non-skid finish I I top ,...",1 1 lI..n. rt'ls"nahl.Yto made operating loans to 14'' t qk
Kliminatesaxini; just ; use only\ genuine Singer parts. farmers farm housing loans tc p
I'l, \ nine. Valuable/ Franchise
delivery "..n.ice upon request. and has helped 17 others tc ;

\v'.1\Tlll-Spate: for klndrrgartrnrw Singer m.Khines are a,ail- become owners of their own farm I It _
Ml-. 'l\de I', i.\, phoni :IJ4-J I able on Teuton,,'01.' t. m.. 1 Igays '
I'l- Farmers co-operating in this Available From : _
I I i FOR TIIK nrniKT-Mi.\i Illdt' :( agency's program have ir _wr "
r\\:ol.V il\SS for sale. t* _1,101 1nglnte.1'eddug: ; Inxitailant adjusted I s7"
| .t' l.et*. Ii. Ul :. 1 IM.\ il. ; lions .n line l I.iu-i ""'dll ;p.I\" lc.rI l their farming operations so that National Organization
.. f
111.1 j only Sit; l." I'.r.i.lf.-.i r..un,,' they have better .
I Tpl.ergr.i tf crops pastures Requiring only SP.iKK
Kurt SAI.K-10-a.-rr farm, -mall more cattle, and havemaeihilly .TIMEI I j ncTcp (
furnUhe-1 hoii>e. uo<..l tenrv.; '' ;, \nios KF.rAiiuii: added t aa
t" the.. farm income and SmUllllll'e.'ill1ll'/ll .
t"i north of Starke. Cheap for |
qu'i-K' *,.le AKo Iwo i-ity b.l I III Mnkeo III MmleU ,

allt' l"c.>tt SI ,'"..h .>,. I-.rm.. nes'onahl.. rhnreev. ;- eiinrnnlr d i :XO CO.MI'KTITIO.e hnht| | I ntlin.o; I JEAN JEFFREY CONSTANCEPETERSHUNTERSMITH
l-"itar )5iiffi. IllV: Pratt t iis.. ( MII:rnritn70S I jelII
Hi' : \\'. fall "1. vtnrkr I'h.11 1 Two patent right'. Initul mx...tnifni of $:.i,0(")
Tobacco Barns 'I
to :xlO.th'O required 1 full n-urrd Their- -
< .J K KKXTFurished apartinrnls.F1,1: :s\i.r- ;-; mi\ > \tni.-t. f.m .
2 roomIrUh ", "d.it-ed >Irrpngt / Jllllt .!...t... ","I! 1 \\ 'Ir'I.r'h ::'1. 1 I II-,. Burn In County after up uill aoitt Von with financing 1 I
hay M'l'i, i Kuhn: Ni', n.> l WALTER BRENNAN
Appl 42tl South St
orTiitk's .._. up to S!:i.It.t.) for lun..inn i in a ra piUy 1 LURE
\ 411\
\>t. C.t.- tf. i I OF THE
So far th's I ?
>.ea*O:1 two of Bradford
I :gratin; field. >** '
I'1AI'i-: OIT svir rnfin -ho.d' : + In I-rnna ,.I--: :; ,-n' .m f bedroomnndern 'He bath approximately 90 To qualifv )<>u miiit beer 3.) >ear o1a'e. ? ROBERTL jAK. : ,
1 ont-ktail. JIll p.r t;'-.i"< :;o\4'.I I i-eitral h.-at 111g. air tooled F.\.n- tobacco barns have burned down. .
Kn-ated in our earn
mirror* $: p.O. :2 -.ltd oak thing furnihedMrpt! In.: n,. destroying both the building and rmanently ) Q.Irp :, WILDENNES
\nnltles ii.: 'a- Itradf.-nl Kuril' Living:: room dinett.kiuheii., mil n it)' and tat ahlt.., stand a rigid JEAN NEGULESCO
turn <"orp. It Pant* \ ,-r\ lar-' rhsa-ts..1pp1 v: its valuable contents. A wave of 1 j I G e 0

t "',,1"111.11I"n-t. N..na St Phon; similar barn fires have plagued character ani credit i\.ti:3tiun.: I :-r: :LOUIS LANTZ '
Fr>n S.\' i.' ;tl. !I1\ tf t I
n' (tout1 milk- \\e eMabli-h. the "u-ines* for .. .
.... .. tobacco -ompletely
ineNo :i f. \\ "'010..." growers throughout I {
.. h..1f ifnn -Olin \t'I'hit.. FIIRs.l1.F-'hor.nehbr-tfl: ah-n..i North Florida's "tobacco belt." you and do the advertisingouhave no I {
S5r. Tjike St. St.irkr Fla 1tl> bull yr-.irhnls. 14 mo old. high '
crdde.K,> f.\\. S I Brahma| Both barns in Bradford County rent no \erhtM-f.: and m emplojee. I ;

\Th'-l. r..t.r."I..I\\\\1. I l'lIlljt. and heifer \.11\-1. OStarke .I belonged to the same owner-:\. IVrson selected till l.i nj 'elling need* I Filmed in the Wilderness of Georgiat Okelwmkri ,S u w//a/// Cu' .
-trn.n.rr u.! \t It- Ilaz. !tn-" <::;
. till 1 ... P, ..i. 1.\\ l- I 1 G. Hayes. One was insured and n.) e\perien just the honesty to siveui.a

1"I. throneh: Fridav (..r the pur FOR SXLF-.\i-to Vrnt fan and i one was not. Jerry Gay. of Con- fair want in dhiiinj our profit
Puraof hiring 5 to 4i p m. upF' bloweruitable for re-idence or
store building n-. <5a* ranir... ner and Gay Insurance Agency If >ou can qualify, writ details inclining:
"' S1iF--Ni.t., ..n ..t. j.ii.Valenciji .-\. extellentnmlHion. t luirn.-t- estimated the total B BRING 'EM IN ALIVE!
at 3:3
orwne.., tn I.'n.- Xbroiler Small portable damage addrrss aal rton na., to B-n '
fern, !! .. j around $3000. He said that 1
rln* container No alo washing machi"" Ideal for Mn:\ll I the :'urke,1-b.
S"nd.iys. Near railroad "'Uo\- washes ('hift..r..".. with plate second barn was insured by his I
fR'. JenHiii. hnon {Putnam !las" mirr-.r Ha ream pm.. on l
l'r."nt.Vb r itt'"p it.tn1 -II F. Ilrrnre'iStark. .'agency I for 1500. First Three Families Bringing A Live Wild{ Animal To The Theatre

.. ...... 111\; The two fires happened alI -
FIG n".1.: a r r r During This Showing Will be Admitted FREE!
'an, RIf.. ('",,1<111': fs.11it1... .Fol: RENTFurni.hedToo r I most two weeks apart. One burned

t ml. south of tar". on P.d. IIM. hon"f' : hath: jr as store *l"rtrlc i' on a Saturday afternoon and the .
ear Stiver l.ak.-Cha. K. refrigerator, hot water facilities.II I -- ---- ._
James :tp-s/l }'. [).-lIIurt' t. SUrke: .' Up other burned early Sunday morning \ --. .- ,- : : : c -': ---i: _. _) -.-;

I two weeks liter.

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