Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 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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Down The Drain I IJu't

: taN as New Yoikors gather to watt h excavating Deputy Cecil Sewel! s' irt pulling cork t- : -'

f, operations for a new building 50 ,io Oallstreet-\ the ileawhite I
era rally round the courthouse
p- every time Sheriff the
at corner of Court and &'.I': 'I"'" ,
1' D ReddLch; has a "pouring-out Proceedings -
w'A. '. Slogan on trash cair "Keep Our Tax I-- i -
take on quite a festive as well 33 odoriferous Clean"
: I most appropriate ,,' this ;, '
. 4 : fi atmosphere as can be seen from photos at left. In no time at all a large cr-ns h.i-: ; z\: < ,

Activities got under way Wednesday as see the job well done Afvi .r': it .

Highway Patrolman Q. A. Fillingim (extreme left "pouring- ut' t I" Shet-t f h.,. !", \ lr ,
mil l Sheriff Reddish pose for photo with confiscated three month

I .HI .iln and 33 five-gallon jugs (some $7IO: worth* .
Thigper. fot 1 rt.. r'\'!, .- hb r
I'Ivit! moonshine. Fillingim made the haul about in .
Maccl.::l us\ r: 'i -i I::
{II Tuesday night on the Raiford road when he He .
was re. !-s-1 \\-r L I', 1'."
a hase to a speeding: Lincoln only to find the
fine for trUSpOrlmguntaxpald.: .' ,
\-i: Bill \\' Thigpe" 'JO, smltv! f a n.ore: ,.on"u.s
a S-.T: fine fir s:>et'itii':_ T .e I: '

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Free Begins Health Here ThursdayXRays Checkup BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Official County Publication Established In 1879

OLl.MK: SEVKXTY-FOUK ST \\HKt FLonm.nUD,\\ \HiIST IV |II 5 .V. 'I I 'IIBI'' \
Blood Tests To Be Given

... By State Mobile Unit; Will Tour Co. Three Resign BHS, \W. C. Woolen Dies, County Schools PrepareFor

' Bradford Countians will have their first opportunity in three to free tuber-
years get Was
, culosis X-rays and blood tests this month when the state mobile unit visits Starke and \! One Takes LeaveThree Pioneer Here Opening Term Sept.

five of the outlaying towns. 2

A list of the time and place of the unit's activities between Aug. 20 and Sept. 2 in resignations and one William Carlisle Wooten. 56 when -
Bradford County will be found in a box elsewhere in the paper. | leave of absence were acted upon long-time resident of Kingsley n"i.se-making kid- ;lIl11n', rand hadn't> actually planned appointed n't entlv t > '., li'l
begin school Sept 2 in the Bradford t t.i the
re-plaster school this ford
High st.itt .
Sponsored by the Bradford by the School Board at its first Lake and rural letter carrier fOr j nM i: \I ,
suspects 22 were examined and County High School theyIfind !! summer But after repairing aft'W Anna )Hinkles.
County Health Department and Monday meeting here last week. the Lawtey Post Office for the G.iuiiMr "I Ii" 1.!
MOBILE I the halls
Bradford County Tuberculosis UHITSCHEDULE I eight cases of tuberculosis found, Mrs. Ernestine McRae applied I past 30 years, died early Monday I classrooms and walls ot the .v ott pots workmen noticed ;. John Trarler. I't-nsn, 111.1 "
Further breakdown shows 1 i re-plastered a jot the entire interior the
( needed
suspected a new elementary .
and Health Association the unit for leave of absence for the 1952. morning in a Jacksonville hospitalMr. workmen I division.! < .nd1' -
TB I are now hurriedly com.I plaster coat.Brooker O
three non-TB K.
on on 1 Dukes.
hopes to beat its record of 2.295 53 term and her request was grant- i Wooten was rushed to the I! pleting. I uith :'1'
I two. and) essentially negative on 1, I I, and Lawtey school' high school staff.
persons examined set on their Roberts Store ed. hospital Monday and died half an',
Aug. 20-Lawtey ( ) i
nine other persons. I As school: days approach, finishing were painted on the inside and However '
last visit in August of 1949. lOtol & 2toltiig. i Written registrations were received hour after entering. He would I I principal p.ut.n:/ .v:
The 3-way health checkup will As of Aug. 1 of this year. 24 I from Mrs. Ellen H. Law have retired from Mjob thte: j touches are being applied tc Heilbronn was given a coat on the lacks a seventh and eighth I "j(,
21-Starke (Court H<>u'w) I I' 1 l all of Bradford County schoolsreadying outside, while Hampton receivednew teacher.
find of tuberculosis cases of TB have been reporlec!
symptons October
lotol & 2tolAug. ; high school instructor; Don Parker I
chest tumors and enlarged heart to Dr. A. Y. Covin ton. director Born in Towns Ga.. in j them for use during the window panes and some paint Teachers of Bradford lint' ,
22-Starke (Court House) reading specialist; and Mrs. I September -! following nine months. ing.. Morgan said.
while the of the Bradford County HealthI ), High report Friday, AUK l l"> tin''
through the X-ray, 10 to 1 & 2 to 4 ( 'Ruth Parker music instructor. j of 189;). Mr. Wooten moved ,
i I | Renovating the Bradford Another Bradford High improvement | will '
High work through Aim ::"
blood will discover Department. 1 from : i:
sample any Towns 1916
Aug. 23-Starke (Court House) I The resignations were accepted. to Lawtey in
signs of diabetes, anemia, and i isyphilLi. IOtol&2to5 | Six cases are in the state hos. Newn Burney submitted his resignation -j I,IA World War I veteran he con: i, interior is costing some $10,000. is the enlarging of the typing preparation for the op,'tin,:,
I according to Harmon P. room, which was accomplished by school while all ,
,: Aug. 26-Starke (Court House) I pital and one is in the Veteran as school bus driver for 'i structed and owned the firstI t | Morgan :' count it > it-
: I of making the hallway part of the at ,
superintendent public instntction. i convene the local lush: I
The entire checkup will take i 10 to 1 & 2 to 4Aug. I Administration hospital. Seventeen I next year and Raleigh Conner wa! I telephone system at Lawtey, where room.
:;: i 18-21.
only a few minutes. and there I is I 27-Starke (Court House) I cases are recuperating at I1: I appointed to fill the vacancy j| he lived prior to 1937 when he
According to Bradford principal .
Morgan said termite High School tutIentport ,
no undressing. Planned for everyone I 10 to 1 & 2 to 4Aug. home, he reported.Last The board opened sealed bids ontypewriter j moved to Kingsley Lake. damagehas Charles S. Partin his school will > .' .
to the ootball sta.ii \i
15 old and over per He active in civic affairs caused replacement of some
years 28-Brooker (Parker Store) rear 1 in Bradford Countythere maintenance for the J I was register about 1400 sttidintSI. )'
day! 2. at 9 .
Sept t t. he
sons may take ones part or al! (I lOtol &Ztol was one death resulting from 1952-53 term as follows: Lake But.l being a member of the loca I Ii sills in the classroon's He said p m i -
!'he fit- di\iMi, .
in mental v >' r ii tin'.I: 1 homerooms. EM-IS M' Mit.
of the tests.. I j I: ,\111;'. 29-Hampton (Horn Store) tuberculosis and the Health Department ler Office Machine Co., $7 per i i|I :Masons and American Legion. the plan :". paint the school; u, 6IJC1)(' ''II lt ntjjfi school '"' ''I.J n.tttettlllln '. elas.t', s' Ii I

If the tests are normal persons 10 to I & 2 to 4Angr. I knows it can prevent t machine: Hancock Typewriter ;,i Besides his wife. Jesse Marti iepla iht light' 'x' tires nex !Phree new '.eachers na I)...., A' .. {O ,t III
examined will not receive a report, i I I 30-Keno (AME Church. this to a large extent if people Exchange, $6.50 per machine. The Griffis Wooten. survivors mcludti .

but If the tesLj are not normal: Oak St.) will get out and take the tot*. maintenance contract was; award- i j! five children and a brother anti

a confidential report will be mail- 1 to 4..: 5 to 7Sept. I Doyle Conner, publicity chair I ed to the low bidder. 1: sister: Anna Catherine Woolen. .

ed to the person involved or tc I 2-LJncoln City (Near man for the health checkup drive The board unanimously agreed! James Cleon and John Wavne pis7 r-

the physician of their choice. ; line Inn) I asked that Bradford County cit to advertise for bids on timber Wooten. Kingsley Lake. Mrs Joe (j
During the last health checku lOtt)1 I izens take advantage of this free located on the 40-acre tract of Ella Tampa. Syracuse. N Y. and j 'r.

by the mobile unit in 1949. 71 service. land of the Heildronn elementary William C. Wooten .11' Annislnn __

persons out of the 2.295 examined while the 44 other suspects had I[ Conner urged people to take the school. Bids will be accepted or. Ala.: a brother G (' Wooten : i;.* I I -

were discovered to have traces of ( either enlarged hearts, aorta lung :|| responsibility to have the X-ray. | all timber except that within the McRae. Ga.. and a siteiMr- _

numerous ailmenU. I| tumors. and other pathological [[ and blood test, as it will better r': fenced-m portion of the school J. A. Thompson. Macon Ga

?Through the checkup, 27 of.trouble.; I I the overall health for the com I 1 site, Bids will also be received Services were held at 2:30: p m,

these are found to be TB carriers i On the follow-up study of the 27 munily.j | for the purchase of the Graham Wednesday in the De Witt C'

elementary school building. All Jones Chapel conducted by the

hiil"mitpt: ; he sealE'd.and he *\ Jlev., W. T. Walters, pastor of

Starke First Grade i C-of C Needs 'Help mitted at to the the next board regular for consideration meeting.- '?the First, Interment Methodist was Church at the ofLawtey r 'L .& '

Monday. Sept. 1. Crosby Lake Cemetery. r- z' cT-: I... '

Registers Aug. 25Parents Next Two Weeks Temple Ave. Builders Must Have !rj"n--- :4.:- I LF' tt-----I."--, IJ

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Unless! more volunteer hlliMinJ: l II, ft I to r i District Dcputs <
planning to enter chil passed their sixth birthday by sign up. Starke'- Chamber of workerr Commerce 18 In. Set Back From Right Of Way I.Ml'KI'.SMXK: ; ( KKKMOMKS marking\ ilui l.mu ( lark. M..\\orslnpful t>r.i \lasirr Marsh anti

dren in the first grade this fall i Jan. 1. 1952;) office at Call and Court Sts. 1 of the cornerstone in dip new 'Il-oiiii Temple' n..u 15 T Thomas dlalrmall111 "In, ul loil!,:i > i>iiil
at the Bradford County element I Mrs. Helen Malone, first grade will have to be closed for the next Pro- ,-cti\c bull), t'rs along Tenip and a woman as' ; inspectors for 'i I I under roiit" rio hUll lien art |ticiiin-il alMA! al left fund \\ bt> ".'t, ,i-i. i- '.'.Ultt Vnluiiii" t ,i liii'' ,

ary school in Starke may register teacher, is in charge of registra- two weeks. ': !1' Ave I t' S HIghway :301 the Sept 9 general city election \t right the cornerstone, aituallv, set into tin, mum.

them Monday. Aug. 25, between 1 tion arrangements. Other teacher Volunteers are needed to fill in t must allow a minimum setbackof They are: F G. Hemmmgway, W u __ __ ____ _

9 a.m. and 3 p.m. in the first who will be on duty during the for Mrs. Marian Howe, executive :I IS inches for their structure, M. Edwards L. M. Gaines Mrs

grade building north of the foot ': Aug. 25 registration are: Mrs. Ed- secretary of the C of C. who began i i from the existing right of way be- ': Pearl Biirnham. and Ray Stont- Masons

ball stadium according to princi. ''na: Prevatt. Mrs. Loola Roberts. her annual three-week vacation '' fore they may obtain a city building Other action saw Mrs. Jessie, Lay Cornerstone I IBrae

pal Charles S. Partin.At ; Mrs. Tommie Nolan, and Miss last Sunday. I I permit. Young representing the newh

this time the five first grade Madge Midd leton. Raymond Howe Mrs Howe'? i i This the byi formed Garden Club of Starke' -

teachers will be on hand to meet If parents are unable to register husband, has been keeping the office i j was decree passed offer to beautify Temple Ave. and ,I !1'01 d M.in* enleie.l\ "n \ pirn ession of members and v\Jui Inn!:; a'; utfit-- A I.

the children and their parents. ( at this; time they may register open this week but whether... the City Council at its regular I! other approaches to Starke. Th"i I homestretch I this: week in then guests 1 moved from the present t tail

Partin said parents should report ''during the week, Partin saill. He it stays open for the next twc j meeting Tuesday evening Aug. |' Council advised Mrs. Young of efforts to have a building their fleeting room on East: ('.ill Stand 1-i: ., nhf ,..,
S. in order to the welfare )
to the first grade building hopes to have all incoming students weeks depends on the volunteers. ,I .' and"promote their appreciation of the offer. I I own, as impressive cornerstone proceeded to the ni'\\ strlll't j nut ti' ,i i 'ut.IIHi "i. -
with the children they expect tc registered by the time school! Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mrs. L j safety" convenience of I Police Chief %V. E. Thornton laying ceremonies Thursday, Aug ture on West Call and Orange St
I he the i"I' phii.n:
i public I Itainf'r :
enroll, and have a birh cenifi- commences S. pl. 2. O. Hazen are the" only worker i ,; announced the tampering with and 17, marked another step forward After a few good '\iniIs. a ton
j A public hearing was held prioi '': the of three warv i.;t.> nil I t. r i iipirl : DM I i ii ,
cate for each child. A normal influx of some 110- signed! up for duty. and any other | robbery parking meters towards its completion.With with Masonic n-cords
The only requirement: for new 50 new first grade students is exported interested! persons may contactMr. to passing of the ordinance, discussing -i causing $20 damage and I the Grand Master of Masons placed in the wall ant sealed witrs i "I| : h' ',1 i S 11'' "' ',

students is that they most hive I'a rtin added Howe at the office between \ the question of imposing I unestimable loss of silver. I of Florida. P. A. Marsh of the cornerstone. 3y the .', 'Illll'l'! I

9:30: a.m. and 4:30: pm daily. |I ja set-back, which was first proposed The Council quickly followed up St. Pett>rsburg-. presiding the For more than 41) wais; :Mason'-: Oth.iI Irt, 'i"; ,

j during the July 15 session this report with an offer of a $50 .Bradford Lodge No 35 laid the fie |I"l "_-! ii.. .I I s
:Mrs Howe is taking her job of I have used th>> set"-uml fIlt'l' i ubhv .
Starke National of the Council. reward for the apprehension of marble square. officially identi- < \ l I' ',_'' I I III J'I'
Guard Returns Home selling Florida along during her hole on East fi'l: S! tn-l t-it-;, r.t 1
northern After the hearing the Councilunanimoul anyone mistreating public pro- f\ ing the building 1'' 'F-, I j,
travels. According her I Ii road tracks. Thn, ',s t t.' I ; .
> passed the ordinance perty. Assisting Mr Marsh was Worshipful M \ 1" ''" 1111.!
husband, :Mrs. Howe i is scheduledto
From in''i ill was signed into law the same The Council meets Tuesday Master T. B Clark of the $16.2;)) projectis.;. 11, .Ui i ;-.(","k.-. I1 :\1 L..I./t'!I,, ,'
Camp \With An 'Excellent' Rating gi\-t several radio broadcasts
New York state on Florida especi- day by Mayor .1. R Wainwright night at 5 p m in th- City Hall | 8lh Masonic DIstrIct. and John noiiph' t" hase nicetnmiml Sii-t'; I f F tuwland (;Iilhert S I Il It. I-:

TJie; Council appo.nted four men for its rvgiilares W RillS carried: t the Grind Light ,tuni' 'tmn-, tup i i1-, 1'iT\ f' "Plh"r" .1-t.l I ''Ulltt a"d|'| !I..Uel !' I i
Starke's 83-man National Guard alls Bradford! County v.d Starke

of unit.returned the Hq.121th home& Hq.Infantry Co.. 2nd Regiment Battalion, the and t) years best abltht instructors oferviec.! b> st. tt I've The 11 II In seen moralt};. and in2i Legion Schedules Carpenter Asks Builders To Have I Sheriff Warns Local Politicos Join With% E. Coast CitiesIn

early Sunday with
an "excellent" rating under! their of the battalion and the Staikf Dance Projects In Line With City Code Local Gamblers

belt and one of the finest record company was superior. Saturday Turnpike Opposition Seek Stalemate

of the two-week Company commander of th ,. ... .,' ,..
encampment o'f In an eft.ut II'> hJ\ Stink- a.su; .t.d s mit' ,stnutiirewere Sht-titf PI I D R.--M SM I' ,

20 companies held at Camp MeCMlan. group is Capt. Hugh B. Ingram The sseikh Am<-iii
Ala. Unit Administrator A. I.. Crosby at the Starke Armory Hall! ('(Ide. Fire Chief DV.. Carpenter -.ibnnttetl to him. I IOn> 'all St had hoer The ;j.i ">;,,'s,.'I l >:27! -) ""fI""I.I"i k ". I. J he I iiIti't-t, .

While running through their announced the next regular dnl':i J will be continued each Saturday Starke's building inspector.. ask I i The Council then instructed I II raided I twice in the pa>t w.."k for nville-Miarm toll t tuinpiki I ..ir., ( ,1/-of.'I"' .. '..

annul summer n-aneuvers in hot will be Monday. Aug. IS night. according to Ray Stone prospective builders to have their 'I Carpenter, to use his existing i: perrrittins; gambling ", ti-1 i [>ri- >..-id ,,' '., : d' -. 'i;';' ,-.' :.1"," I'

and dusty Alabama the local unit And! the summer soldier got a plans approved by him before i powers to have the city police mises. Three men %M'r. arred, '! tl.,l- -.-..t'n, 1 I',Itlt"I.j ,f "' I:' ad'I'! II,,'

took two second place award*, and little pay while in Alabama. The,chairman of the affair. they begin any construction. 'step in and halt construction that I: the first time and four ih- serond p..hto! L h,u {-'in-' t r1'r 1 i!: I nttttI..rt r 0' "'

Placed among the top five in twr' company payroll totaled $6,100' Stone said the dance Saturday Chief Carpenter appeared before "violates the city code. I time, the Sheriff said Thal' -;ilvvt., .tgai ii-;' thn .\iliiiin.s'i.itn! >nba the toll ,I'. ,

other prizes. Lt Colonel :McClane added night will begin at the uual timeat the City Council at its last meet- Carpenter stated this week 'posted cash bonds an,1U'fe) r*> < k'd l plar at a hearing befmtth :: Oppotii .1.1iect ,n '

Out of 1500 9 ing July 29. and appealed for I leased. State Road Departnu-nt inTallahassee .I I b,- ,
men from 20 companies p.m. with music provided by j buildings constructed without approval j can -r -

largest encampment since Rev. MacBlain New the the Suwannee Rhythm Bo>s more rigid enforcement of the cityhUllci1ng ; are unlawful and potential i ijfnetraps. : The Sheriff said hf would not % Wednesday the MW Adi;. iti .
the cede Sen Charley E Johns president
war the Starke commandoes Door winners ot last week I and this abuse will run disclose the name of the place nor look the .
Rector prize upon turnj.nthjj4asni ;- -
missed Episcopal eh-ct ot the 1953 Stale Senate
first place on the Capt. A' that tim I'arpen'ei! pmrtert up the fire insurance rates for the nanir.s "t the men unl'-s, there
Elmo wlIniltheatre tickets: ar'J and R. Doyle E. Conner joined I 5an. i ,
R. Struth efficiency award nut many maj"i hiiiilngc!, : } now the city tear down value of prop- '.\';{" another fpffensM 'TV p''na'' p .
by one-half Rev. and :Mrs. Raymond E. :Mac A Boonr Pauline Kite and luli.i with middle east roast city repre Wri rr e-r to" \'rtll't'.1Pine
a point top award of under construi tion A rtbeing er'v. and c reat H ut> -\vidifire : t\ will he d'lubltd nV .:<,ie tor,
the camp. The Lake City contingent Blain will leave Apalachicola on Tabbie built without nfn-i.tI! peimits Heat hazard I "-ntatiieto try and stop the
Sheriff -aid
Aug. 26 for Starke where the former
march toward a superhighwaywhich ,
copped this blue ribbon. -- Tree Inn Sold
Closer will become rector of St this' claim: will rUin tourist

placed second yet the in the Starke Capt. Shel men Mark's Episcopal Church andEpicopI BHS Starts Football Practice business In nl\e\ by-passed b))' For $15,000

don H. Pierce armory drill and chaplain at the State MondayFall the pike.In .
The Pine
attendance Prison. summing up the Tallahasseehearing. I.' ',
award missing; first -
Place by .002 of a point. l j The Rev. Mr MacBlain has lived tootball practice for tht 9am and 3 p m Hobbs said last season with a 7-2-1 record in Weld'in centt-r One Mi-G.-e. en-1) Rep. Conner said. "Well three-quarters of a rm.
They placed high in the 1st. Lt. ;, in Apalachicola for the past seven BHS Tornadoes begins Monday he and assistant roach Harold the East Florida Conference and Delano Thomas Randall Mar it least we know that they're for on the KM-;: *. : It. ,

Jack M. Nicholson marksman. ', years where he has been rector of morning at 9. with some 50 candidates Hazelwood will t'mphaclze conditioning haveII returning lettermen ti. tin. Wa\ne Douglas Edwin Pre I it and now" they know we're Stark-, was noki "It ? I"J'; '

ship award, and Capt. R. N. John-j i the Trinity Episcopal Church. expected to report to head during the fIrst two weeks form the nucleus of this year',.. vatt. Ed Tes'on and Sidney Jack against it Mr. and Mrs. Henry L'i'; '
Senator Johns told the Road I
son training and achievement,. coach James Hobbs. while running through passing eleven. who face a 10-game slate son. backs
m-riv of
Putnam Conr \
Board that "the people in my end I
:nard i Coach Hobbs asked all boys intending blocking tackling and ball hand. They are: Aaron Hutchison.
Need Clothing For I Nlnlettermen of the 1951 team of the state have come to the' and Mrs. William Kr'.
According to T. K. M'Clan*. U. to come out for football ;; ling.Coach Zack Crawford. Bobby Crews, and
will be missing from the roster conclusion It would be a verybad for $15,000. ,
Colonel and battalion commander School Children this year to be sure and "come Hobbs Scarlet and Grey Gary Garner tackles Mike Clark In t--
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this >ear either because of graduation thing. It might be good forJack1OniI1t
of the 2nd battalion the Starke out Monday mornin:. as the first Tornadoes, who finished third and Earl 1 of the circuit court ofo.! ,
Alvarez, but in
guards; Billy or Ineligibihty. including > and Miami
unit was one of the best all-round There U an urgent nd hi game is only five weeks away on H; The gal includes Ki,,inn-
Milton Mott. Wiley Coley, Jimmy our part of the state it would
companies In the entire regiment. ,, Bradford County for clothing Sept. 19 against Leesburg." BHS TORNADO 1952 SLATE Rowe, Arley lcP.aeejl Craw ruin ui." gsr's private home. Uvr-r :, <.
Tb Starke unit of by children who will be goingto There will be two workouts a ,
was one ford. Vernon Underbill Arthur Warren furnishings, cafe fixture $'
Governor wa< quoted :n\
four school shortly. If you have day without heavy equipment up Sept 19- ,
companies -Leesburg iherei
attendance who had 100 percent I,I any clothing and tutors suitable : until Sept. 1, when the squad will Sept. 25-Seabreeze j Daytona I Oct. 31 Macclenney Here I W !lkler, Carl Johna and Edward Wednesday as saYing that he acrej of land according tA
strength at camp I to pM on to a needy child ] don pad Under a Florida High'' Beach) N'ov. 7-St. Leo (There t (j Parker. would use <-very available hour"of Thomas, clerk of the ein-uu '

It lacked only one point of being pit*** bring them t* the I( School Athletic Association ruling Oct. 3-Palaika. t there i Nov. Ketterlmus (1St. Augnstinei I I A traveling squid "f 25 boy his! I leii than five remaining, Kron nberger has had then
rated'"Superior". American Rd Crow offic 10catfld ( jjchool football ; ) months in office to push the turnpike
high players may Oct. 10 P. K. 1 | for
Yonge of Gainesville will be talen on the out-of-town acnm. However Alfred AMcKethan. terpri e nearly five years )1I
Col. McCl&ne adJM that the 'In the public bMlthUnle ( not begin contact work until Sept.I. (here I Nov. 21-Grr Cove I
Spring games this fall": H.bbi .v. d.g.met chairrran of the State WU not known If the Lap.r'>
training Wad oo Church Street,. Starke [ 1. Oct. 17-New Beach (Here) I I I
superior. Way out The daily grid drills will be held (Here Smyrna Nov. ''I I B-qua4 names have been ached- ,:, Road( Department although favoring ,]! p1ann any renovation of -\e
I j 26-Lake Butler (Herei 'ul'd far the awaon. h? wi.J. the turupik', said that! "it structure.


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E. L. MATTHEWS in |han a been filed i
Wm. I llrrult Court. h against you in thee 'therai e the aIJI'A'.1'
t Slade is ill at his home. r aJf.rd County, I
.. '''\ *!'<" oitirt a-J -rice and I ... ,
ri riii: In dinnrrrp. t. t'otnoi dh
COUNTY EDITOR Mr and Mrs Truby Slade and BROOKER 1:',1111.1! Maxn.i t.1I.tntff.a,! '- Marie VI .'" '' '. : .I. '1 : t .. ,
>1 VIEWPOINT children spent the weekend) with \1.I\JI.r I 1' ( i] 1. i' fl.'" it t '
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I Subscription Rates: Pates Mr. and Mrs. \V\lie Williamson I : d 1 ,., 1 II,' .-, I 1'1'. t ,I
Established In 1879 Advertising ) ., ion n I \t ,1:11: 1 J I I !h I
and family "IrsVii.. t l t Irrk nt the ( i. < '" >
$2.75 Year $1.50 6 Mo. Application visited .\il\ilian Meeting i \ ,
hamson'a mother "Mrs. J, D. Me' : The >l. \ ..: ,_'
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MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Culloch of Welburn and at the home of Mr Dn\U > Hieni n..YYY TTTTTYYTTYTTTY ryvvv..1..1.Y..1.1..1...--..-..-..-"-"-"-"-"-y-y-Y-Y-T-T.-,-... -YYYYYYT-.
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i Monday night.
Mr- W F. Tucker of Willburn. I I
Both Candidates Deserve Better Treatment Than These Blows Erwin stayed for indefinite Plans were completed! fit<' ::1 !u-t- '
an .
fry for the firemen and then u i. '! OF V AlUES

STRICTLY BELOW THE BELT! visit Joanne with his Hess grandmother.was hostess at a :lilies I.Mayor on and Aug.Mrs 22 at Anderson the horn.' ..t SALE !

It was bound to come at some point dur- A-No. Stanley party Monday afternoon Mrs George Davis' ortlIlay: ._"-
Vernon Slade and Carl Brown == =
was celebrated, and she tht; """""- ,. I
was .
ing the campaign-this base attempt to attach At a later date, in discussing his positionin are on a business trip to the of : I,
recipient many love! giftsThe
the stigma of Communism to Governor making the deposition in the Hiss case: Eastern Shore of Maryland anDover < meeting wa.also -urpust -

Stevenson because of his brief role in the Governor Stevenson aid: Del. 'housewarming for the liostewhi .

Alger Hiss trial. The mere linking of two ..It seem, to me that it Hill lie a \ery sail Mr. and Mrs Jessie Ogden o f has just reeved; into hi.i' new

names without any attempt to explain the 11:1) for Anglo-Saxon justUehen any man, Pompano visited Mrs. Ellen Saxon home.

circumstances and conditions involved is an and especially( a lawjerill refuse to give Saturday. Mrs. Earl Willis of Sat, Fe, I'

old trick of the propagandist-leaving the honest e\idenee in a criminal trial for fear Mrs. W. A. Saxon son Billy o f formerly of Brooker was presented -I'

imagination of the reader to fill in ail the the defendant in an action may eventually Hampton and Mrs. Clyde Reams with a farewell gut fr.im the ,.

damaging suspicion that the writer knows lx found guilty. What would happen to our of Theressa are spending the weekat

the facts in the case will not support.We \\hol.. ,s\siem of law if such timidity prevailed the Ocala Forest with their club.Mrs.. Lucille Hazen amt] Mrs; nppll

hardly expected, however, that the ? 'husbands who are building a Dorothy Jean Dongla- \\,'I" ad j I .. Meg

first gun in this bitter barrage would be "1 feelerj' strongly I that it i is one of the B.hunting T. Thoma and fishing lodge for mitted as new member 0/1//1,,_

fired in 'the editorial columns of the Florida basic responsibilities of any citizen, andmost The next meeting will be h-.n1 -
Times-Union, which though Mr and Mrs II C. Layfield Monday night Aug 2.;>. at: ht i Quantity Rights Reserved -
a newspaper especially of lawyer,, to testify to theoast I't n lood Thru sa \u
and children of Gainesville }
spent home of Mrs. Vivtor June
Republican in its leanings for I
many years, of their ability on any case in which
i is considered Sunday afternoon and evening Those present wereMi: Low I Prices
generally as employing more they ha' e e\idence that either site I
may with her sister. Mrs.
Raleigh Howard Wait. Mrs Jack HazenMiss 152
fair and ethical method:: as a vehicle for its considers relevant. As to the value of their Brannen and family. Mary Frances Hazen Mrs Everyday Sfreet

ideas. testimony, that i is for the jury to decide. Mrs. Brookins and daughter Ralph Hazen. Mrs:: Aubrey Hazen I ,

The editorial captioned "Embarrassing In regard to the Hiss case, Governor Yvonne entertained Saturday witha Mrs Ernest Ell ward.;. Mrs Ear! Specials I Too Slarke, Florida t

Questions Await Governor Stevenson" appearing Stevenson asks, quite logically we think, surprise birthday party for her WilhIrs.. Howard DouglasMrs. tl

in last Sunday's Times-Union, was what those who seek to besmirch him on the daughter Martha Sue. Friends L. A.10t!. Mrs Georg =

coldly calculated to implant in the reader basis of this deposition would have had him i from Hampton. Theresa and Davis, Mrs. H. S, Antt'rsontrs\ :
mind suspicion of the type that Senator Brooker attended. Games were Charles Roberson. MIS Ear"
do. He asks: "Was I supposed= to :say I "STARKIST""DIXIE
McCarthy has made so infamous that his when I most certainly played and refreshmentvere Green, and the hosteMi I It,cvU '
I didn't know Hiss I
household word. The served. Martha Sue was the recipient ':
has become Hazpn.
name a !
did know him? Was I supposed to say that I
editorial shows either ignorance on the part his reputation was bad? Obviously it was of many pretty gifts.A MisMary Lois and Mai'ha: TONAI 9c

of the writer as to the actual content of the good, or he wouldn't have held the exalted L Nazvvorth i i- working in Willis of Santa Fe. were the <>\-i SCAN

deposition made by Governor Stevenson in public position he was in when I met him Jacksonville. night guest of Mr and11: -

the Hiss case, or a deliberate attempt to in the State Department in 1913. Nor wouldhe Mi and Mrs John Hammond, Howard Wait and famihMr
mislead the reader. daughter Ruth Searle, son Chester and )1rs."Ilson (liter I i:"d
have been selected as president of the .
Governor Stevenson did indeed make 'a I Searle were Monday night dinner laughters. Marcia and ,Ill'! -
of the most
deposition to the United States District Carnegie Endowment by some businessmen in guests of the Wm. W. Hammond. spent last week at Brookhn I.ik
conservative and respected Chester has just computed a with Wilson's no*hei :Mi-[ I 'MM
Court for the Southern District of New
the country. The only hasiI: I can see for summer course with the Naval! Green.
York on June 2, 1949, which was later introduced -
finding fault with my. depoition'oulll:; be I Air Reserves at Jacksonville Mi.-s Annette Glean and h."t DARLING"
evidence in the first Hiss trial.
as : on the assumption that 1 lied because I alas Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and aunt ti3..!. F Hazt n h.t-, just '
The pertinent direct questions asked11': .
Stevenson these supposed to have some confidential information I daughter Sylvia Ann. of Keystone returned from a veiv exciting :,rid 1. \MII.sm.r .
were : about his activities eight or ten years Heights were Friday supper guest interesting trip to Bahama Islands ,

Q-How long have you known Alger His? before. I had not seen or even heard uf him of Mr and Mrs. C. L. May and They were housi guestm' Sgt

A-Since;; June or July 19:1tQ'hel'e : : from 1933 to 1945 and when I did meet him family. and Mrs. William E I'lumn\ anc1 j There's no l better bread baked than Dixie DarlinsUs;.: a monet aver every dav.
when and under what circum- Lou andtells Pal t Ai.netU !, at
again I never heard even a syllable of Returning from Childrens Bible daughters. I our lel\\ ( Jc t under must brands) pare of 12: ,'. |but He uanf MU '0" II, ,oda. to
stances did you first become acquainted with us they travt l.-d h\ trur' !: tc | a
If I asked to
suspicion about him. were Mission Camp in Polk City lastweek ,
him? Miami, from there the' lieu tr ,
the same questions tomorruw, in all were Charles Pievatt :
A-We served together in the legal answer I;Nassau, and then took a boat tc ijElelllhf'ra. |
honesty I would have to give exactly: the Leonard Moody, Johnny and Dan .
division of the Agricultural Adjustment t j I
ny Dodd. GetAcquainted
Administration in Washington in 1933. same an= wers :Mrs. Raleigh Brannen is enter- Friends of the Plumnuis III)| beglad C

Q-State the nature and extent of your taining: this week Mrs. Jones of to hear that the\ an planning ;!

association with him from that time until Perhaps we are dignifying: and over- I Trenton. Mrs. Jonei.: i.. grandmother !, to spend Chri-tIlll": !m Hr.M.k I, riceSwift's

the present.Gov. mphasizing this below-tho belt attack oilI of Norma Jean Tracy and er this year 'I

( Ste\ensou replied to this with a Governor Stevenson by dwelling on it at :such Rothellc Jones, children of Mrs .I Miss Carolyn KtlU ,).IIII1f'1;: : ,

lengthy review of haw contacts with IINs length. But since the issue will doubtlessbe Brannen. of Mrs Doris Iv'llcv. I i- spending' !

In at the United: raised from time to time during the campaign : her vacation in Canada II I IMrs.
the State Department, ,I Stliiml =New I.
Nations Conference In San Francisco, at it does seem important that our readers I Mrs: Ola M Perkins attendedthe Truman D\al hay letinm-i, I Famous Lb. Can
home from a'islt Sil! I.ak JEWEL 3 63C
the U. N. General Assembly in London, and know the facts in the case-just what Principal Conference which to ( I

later at a similar meeting In New York.) Governor Stevenson did say in his deposition, ::M'ss: Maiy Jo Green d l m!.:]h'ei
Q-Have known who and not what someone else said he said. and Friday of last week
you other persons .
ofIt and Mi.Rn Ct ,
\ 1 I: i-l
have known :Mr. Alger Hiss? 'Only in that way can the'reader judge the ;: All patents who have c9ddren now employed in PalaikaMr t Cap or PampaCORNED
that will be aimed at entering the first grade are requested
A-Yes. insidious= propaganda and Mrs Bill Bigharn and
U-From the speech of those persons, can the Democratic nominee as the campaignprogresses the first to register teacher them with daughters were in Tampa last BEEF 12-0z.I Can 39C

you state what the reputation of Alger Hissis and be able to discount the half- day from August grade 25 to 29. Please any Saturday. Bobby and Em Bighainof '

for integrity, loyalty, and veracity? truths and innuendoes that will be subtly bring birth! certificates to facil- ,, that city, returnedith 'hett: '
A-Good. implanted in the mind to try and create for a few week visit -- -
i'ate registration. All pupils trans Distinctive Flavor
suspicion where just cause for none exists. j I I Mr and Mr. Tom Ed\\anl-l II'
. I fernngr from another school and
:McCarthyism in all its phases is repulsive Worthington Spring \i-red: I t',. ,I
Here are the cross interrogatories in be- pntt'ringHampton for the first Lb. Can
-whether it its ugly head in the 1]. S. daughter Mr-. E'cHlnt': !!' ]la-, ASTOR COFFEE '
half of the United States of America com- rears time arc also requested to register 19C

plainant in the Hiss case, as recorded! in Senate or in the editorial columns of a big during the week of August 2.:>. Sunday .
Jacksonville Mrs. G. E. MiGaul\ v, f Pal .?.I i
the deposition: daily newspaper. We consider the The regular school term will begin ,
was visiting/ Mi ;wdI: \1\: <
Q-Did you, prior to 1918, hear that the paper's attempt to interpret Governor on Tuesday Sept 2. School Green recently. Stokely's FinestORANGE

defendant Alger Hiss, during the years 1937: Stevenson's deposition as his "stand on Oom- will be in !session all day and lunch Mr. and Mrs Eat! GI'I"n! t.rhdMrs. '

and 1938 removed confidential and secret musts and disloyalty" :McCarthyism in will be served in the cafeteria. Green's sister aid: bn-thei Can

documents from the State Depaitincnt and its )purest form. It is on the same low level MI-S Flo\ Sullivan has finished in-law, the Ronald Baim-'tt- ,t I. JUICE 46Oz. I 19C
who and distributed her course at the University of .
those printed
made such documents available) persons established by Jacksonville Snnd.n: :'\1 [KH-. ;

not authorized to see or receive t them:? vicious and unfounded propaganda Florida and will teach the Ihirl1jn.1 Alan returned hoii v, \i'L :'hi"!! !t.,i ttnBama>
'I ; t fourth grades a* usual this "-
A-No. attributing Communistic tendencies to General a short visit.

Q-Did you prior to 1948, hear reports Eisenhower in the months preceding the y'al':MisDorothv Swanbom who Mr*;, Matx (Claikp 11-' ',\-k U. S. Grade Good Baby CHUCK ROAST Lb. 59c
National Convention. We think in r.ill.ihitn ti-i'i." :u h.ei t.'nt'n'i. -
that the defendant, Alger Hiss, was a communist Republican has 1>-'rn the fifth and sixth grade
deserving of fairer and :" ]-t'I."I\i; i :MI! "Id| :Mii,
? that both candidates are teacher for the past five
A-\o. treatment than this at the hands of the has transferred! to Lawtey and year will! Frt'ddic, (Clu\1 T-Bone or Sirloin Steak, Ib 79c

Q-Did you prior to 1948. hear reports nation's press, and we firmly believe that (Leach in Junior High School there .

that the defendant, Alger Hiss, was a Communist any fair-minded reader who acquaints himself I next year. We shall miss ht'r'er*' B F E F HAMBURGER lb. 59c
svmnathizer? with the facts will heartily agree. much -
Miss Martha Home one of out

rTTTVTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTm of Tamp, spent Monday thruThursday :I j MondJ morning. I II home town eirls. will be the newteacher ROUND STEAK, lb. 85c
last week with Rev. and I Mr. and Mrs Percy Griffin of : in our school She will ,

I III ] Mrs. Bob Gray. 'i Jacksonville called on his father I I II take the place vacated b\' Mix- DEADLIVESTOCK r V masmamHiL a>LI uuiuji uum iinuj ..uu i JUJLM j<|
HAMPTONI Mr and Mrs. L. A. \Vjg in? Swanbom. We are all very happy
Walter Griffin Monday evening.
I Boston Butt
and daughter Mane of Jacksonville I to: have Miss Horn. in our school Meaty Pork
I Mr( Lester Kyte of Starko attended
) W. Hammond111AALALAA4AAAALVA&UW spent Sunday with postmaster I She was an outstanding pupil in fOR FREF REMOv/1 OF DEAD
and Mrs. I I services at the C1trt"t ian !i he LIVESTOCK CALL
U'iffgins.Mr University and because of her
jJ I anti Mrs F-eJ Whi.lden am! :I Church Sunday a/id was a dinner high scholastic rating she war Phone (;aint'\ilIe 3330: ( ollert PORK ROAST NECK BONESLb.

M \\'. Iorrow, former children! spent the weekend with :! guest of Claude May and family. I warded membership in both the

principal of Hampton School Mrs WhiddenV parents in Cocoa l:i I I! Mr. and Mix Earl Crawford and Kappa Delta Pi, and the Pi! KappaI' FLORIDA RENDEKERS: Inc.

called on Mrs Home at the store! W E Thompson of Gainesville I''Sl'n of Cocoa were Stint! iant'.tt t- 1. -I.. It"' :" : Lb.

Thursday. j jMr I railed at the Mrs. T. H. Brown 49C 19C

and Mrs II C Touchton of' home Simdax

VaKJosta. Ga.. and Mr. Mrs.1ttobert Mrs. Ben Loper and -
and children, ---- iII -
Touchton of Belle. Fl.i.j Mrs. .\. H Kelsey and grandchildren I'I! -'I'Ii
i AGiNII Sliced Sweetened Fresh
visited friends! here Thursday j Tommy and Carolyn Kelsey I ,
Miss Martha Horne is visiting of Theresa called on Mrs 1 -

friends at Tampa and Indian I Russell D\al Monday

Beach i Mr and Mrs Bruce Hoak and Y t V. I i 'Strawberries4 CANS 99C

H. C l Kelly of Brooker and Miss, i| son Buddy of Hampton and Mr. i I I

Louise Kelly of 5(. Petersburg attended 1 and Mrs jack Hines of Starke I

services at the Baptist were in Silver Springs Sunday.

Church Sunday exenmg. I Rev John Childress and familyare _. -
-. "'1:0&: 1
The worst electric storm of the I spending vacation in North

st'uon'isited Hampton SaturdayaftemoorTand I I Carolina. Rev. Dixon of Jack-on I Sealdsweet Frozen Your Choice! Mix' Em Up!

caused a fire at elt'c.1 the' villa is filling the pulpit at the i 7 BACK TO SCHOOL I II II
home of Hershel Parker. An Christian Church. I ORANGE JUICE

tric cord near a window in a bt'd.\\ C C. Cannon Engineer for t the 1 I li TIME ', C
room ignited a curtain which Florida East Coast Railroad spent
spread to the bed. burning the I the weekend at his home here. I i I Start the Student Off To I Ace-Hi FrozenGRAPEFRUIT 10 CANS

bed clothing through to the mat Mrs Minnie i Johns left U'ednesday :, School With auLY'sj i
tress. ruining it. The Parker for a few days visit with her I
family was in Starke at the time daughter Mrs. W F. May am' NEW WATCH =

and a' neighbor Mrs. Vernon Slade, : family at Gainesville.Mr. .
I t Priced t
discovered the fire and gave an and Mrs. Seeber Tomlin-son ( I\ $15 up 47)) --- -

alarm Topsy Brown, Claude May of Jacksonville were recent guest Wadsworth WekboroKlirin t/r' ( Superbrand Colored, Quarters
and Rev Burton were the first of his sister Mrs Troy Norman! -
there and started carrying the and family.! Canterbury Lbs.
: Kulo\a MARGARINE I E 5 99C
burning bed clothing outside. Mrs. Gerald Adkins and daughter

Soon se'eralWrt' there to help Louise motored to Daytona i i, I;

and soon had it under control. .Beach Friday afternoon. Miss BBBOBaBBSBBB J J

Miss Helen Jean had recently Helen Ail kins who is employed a.,: i; t I ..
bought the Bedroom Suite. The 'bookkeeper by the Western Nnion Calif. Gravenstein Thompson SeedlessGRAPES

bed is damaged to a great extent returned with them and spent tic

scorched.and one side The window of the frames Vanity and is weekend.Rey Virgul Price of Pomona APPLES l E S I!j E S

sills were also damaged.Mrs. i'and Mrs. J. P. Jones of Cresceul t: i GEMED
Ida Parish and daughterVeta City were supper guests of then I It. I
of Earlton and Mr. and Mrs.I,sister, Mrs Russell Dyal Rondaevening. r' Lbs. Lbs.
Snowden of Waldo visited Mrs.I SIMPSON: 2 29CIi Ii I 1 39C
lit : r '' ', Ijl
Thomas F. Brown and Mr. and Russell Dyal who has: been unable I'

Mrs.! Emory Brown Sunday. I to work for the past man th Seaboard Railway hatch Inspector i IIyTTTTTTTTTYYYYYYTYYTTTTTTYYYYYYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTYTTYTTTTTT.YT!

ReF, E. Moffett and family; returned to the B. T. Thomas mil!! ,
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I road and fell just after he had and revived some of the crops.At '' Those who enjoyed a delicious! ':ter Eloise and Mrs Inez K< i

I LONG BRANCHBy parsed Lee Moore's house. When the Conference last Wednesday PINE LEVEL' ice cream supper with Mr. and I back after their vacation to A.
:Mr. Strickland and another whc Mrs Thomas Gordon at their hone 'bama. North and South Car<>'.'
evening Bud Harris. Lee Green i
H.v > was with him got up to the man Saturday ;;and points north.
1 they saw he had been badly injured ,and Vondee Durrence were appointed H M McRae. Mr. and Mrs. B. M I j jMi'Rac I :Mr. and Mrs V t' >rm -

his face and head bruised, to investigate differeir, and famll :Mrand Mrs were dinner $uet-- \" .

Aohr The W. M. V of the Long, bleeding, and !seemed to be almost ( types of heaters for the church The Ret teal Meeting; this" \\tfk A, F. Hill and family Mr and Mrs. Carl ThorOton r't V i t t'' h
61jll1rn fur ess Branch church met Wednesdayevening unconscious. No one knew the :Mrs V E. Thornton Miss Grt-ta Sunday.
at Pine Level
I They are to give a report on what Bapu.-t Church IF
_-.nnt.tr[ .1, NEB I Aug. 6, at 7.30: with Mrs. man or where he lived. They they find at the next conference. being vondiKted: br RI'E.. J. Faye Thornton., .iivi I Mrs. J. W Adding Machines- and r.>rtaiarjpenrltrrs ,
Sidney Harris! and Mrs. : thought his name was Warren. McRae and r>
president Murshee
1 i Also the for the next of Hilhard. Everybody
Wherein the summer is almost'The naner are two of my !school boys. : messengers sold on tinBri.lord -
pa..t. cia)s of ease and plenty I used to tell them some day they.1 I Albeit Smith program chairman, :, When they returned from services Union meeting were chosen. We is invited to attend) those 1\llC,;. We: ate j.iil: -u hale Broth M County Telegraph.

follow Hh rain pattering on the ; would be in service and tried tc in charge. The devotionals were he was gone, and it was believed ,II meet at Black Creek on Aug. 29. Song service is at 7 p.m., and ,
roof. !l stress letter writing, math and I conducted by our pastor, ReShel.tz. \'. I jhe was drinking. It was not Bud Harris. Vondee Durrence preaching at 7:45: p.m. I
known how he became injured.Mr. .
Those taking the I
, geography. Places they might gc part on and Mrs. Boone of Highland I' Minnie Moore and Bessie Strick We are sorry to report the iilnes See Us For Your
I program were Mrs "Bud" Harris
There is beauty in this slow and see. Shirley Mosley won a land were chosen to represent of our pastor's wife Mrs. W. E
Mrs. Fred Lang Mrs. Lee Moore. are visiting in the Carolina
falling rain. I II trip to Tallahassee in 4-H by having Long Branch.We Hall. We miss her so much in the
Mrs. Lucile Belle Lee and Tennessee.! They plan to be i,
and Mrs.
I Twilight is liquid music everywhere : the best skirt made, I be I | wrote the State Road De services, and we hope !'henl! Generator and Starter
I II Green. Miss Lillie Wilkinson as- away a month. Trouble
lieve. She was also going to camp. partment to have a crossing put soon be better.
sisted. The next meeting will be Mrs. Ernie is visiting I II
For the late thrush, his summer Padgett _
I I hear from Ilia Mae Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles of *
September 3. All members are her in North Carolina where we plan to build the new
mate is calling iI j who is very happily married. I'I Jacksonville !spent Saturday night
urged to be present.A She hasn't been to visit Ruth for i iII church, near where we are using Voltage Checked
Leaving his note high hung Regulators
Don is at the store. He has avery with Mrs Alma Starling and they
the tent less time
at In
upon the air. : sore big toe. An empty gas short time ago Jack and Jim some time. present. ,visited Jimmy Starling Sunday
I Haze lies in the valley, and tank dropped about two inches on my Wilkinson were in Gainesville II II Myrtle Brooker and husband, ;than we thought possible we were who is ill at the Naval Hospital.
notified last
the tonesEthereal j it. I doctor it every night and looking for work hands, had and :Mr. and Mrs Cy Henry spent'I Friday the crossing Mr. and :Mrs.: Jimmy Crosby is :

are blended in a strainOf I morning. Digger is going to geta started back home, hit a wet placein Sunday with her folly at Clay'!was put in.I'ENTECOST.IL I(II I visiting Mr*. Crosby's parents. Mr. STARKE GENERATORAND

more than thrush-note, in I bath pretty soon, and I am alsc the road, their car began tc Hill. J j HOLINESS and Mrs. Perry at Brooker this I

this misty evening j going to stir up a cake and haveit spin, turned over and threw Jim- Last week Arthur Hatcher cameto CHURCH week. STARTER WORKS

With silver call of bird, and warm for Don's supper. I have mie clear of the car. It did not put a culvert in to replace the j Sunday School 10 a.m. Mr. and :Mrs.: A. F. Hall and ,
I injure him, but injured Jack's I old worn out bridge. It ha j .
silver rain. ham sweet corn carrots, green Morning Service 11 a.m. family of Jacksonville are spending i I
-Julia Collins Ardayne ,beans and fried potatoes. Alsc shoulder. We understand he' eliminated our bridge worries for Evening Service 7:30: p.m. : a few days with the H M :210! Walnut Sf. ( Formerly .\nder !slaw as Don likes it. We have thought his shoulder blade was all time. While out here Arthur Prayer Meetings Wednesdaynitrht M('Rae's PHONE 22S:! STARKE. 1-"LA i
Last night we had such a nice broken. In just a few days his!: I ate the noon meal with u> and -
tomatoes, too, now ripe. Lots of I 7'4fi pot Sc .rrtav nigh' Miss 1:1,1:, Ki\t> TI'II'n'I'')' ? Ed Hunt II, I). Rosier
rain, and now it is cloudy and < apples. Don likes cheese with cow pony was grazing at Fifton i visited for about an hOUT.lOur 7:45 ..
pm. U'atei Oak; el'trnnpeat: :'ti
cool. Every once in awhile the I apple pie. I when a car hit the pony. We are niece Mrs. Sidney Stnrk

sun peeps out from behind a cloud | Here is a thought from a good told that the pony's leg was InI I land and Mrs. Boiling of Camp ,I 0
as if to let us know it is still up friend and former nurse who now I I jured. Seems Jack has plenty of Blanding called on us Wednesday I II

in the heavens. :My wren sing I lives in California: I trouble all at one time. evening of last week and bought' 11 CUBIC FOOT 8 2-10 THH1 FOOT

and sings. I can hear other birds ,I "Help thou, thy brother's boat Mrs. Hardy Padgett who has pears for canning. Mrs. Bolling
singing. My zinnias along the 'I across and lo', I been ill for about three weeks is :said the farm reminded her of her

garden edge toss their scarlet |I! "Thine own has reached the' slowly improving. \Ve miss her at Dad's farm in Georgia. She and DEEP[ FREEZE $319.00REFRIERATOnII$264.95(; $

heads in the breeze. The fourso'clocks j j shore." church. I her two girls seemed to enJoy their CASH

stay open so much these 'I Bye until next week- God blesF Sunday evening when Mr. short stay. $435.00 With Terms Arranged

cloudy days. I have such lovely you all, Strickland and some others were | We have: been hjving some nice Finest Insulation. Sealed Refrigeration Welded (ITo\ )
phlox. I feel so happy when I goI I LOVE-LURA. going to services at the Mission,''showers almost every day which lour Old Refrigerator Ma Make I n I Pa\ment,
| Steel Cabinet Porcelain Enamel Interior
into the
1 to the laundry and peep Shelf area If.9 .'.q. ft. Ice freezing cap. ,,\-1. I ihs. Full
deep freezer. I have 20 quarts ot | Compartments Baskets Stores up to -190 Ibs. of
width Frozen-Food Stowaway. Two shelf pantrydorFull
and 16 pints of corn.II | t
beans frozen Food. Refrigeration unit Hermeticallealed!\ -
canned peaches and apricots.I width glass covered crisper. Two plastic-grid ice
Forced Air Condenser cube trays. Full width chill tray.
Made just three quarts of sauerkraut
i so far and 4 quarts of dill
pickles. But I am so proud of my J CTARLINJ

jelly. Have about 18 glasses of ,
apple jelly and a dozen of 'straw- t
berry and apple mixed. :My ever

bearing again with strawberries fruit.I are ready I' | GROCERY & MARKETCorner

have been thinking what the 1
of is kindness
world needs more just
a''II ,.
a smile, a soft answer.
I loving pat. Kindness in the'' x 'Lali

t family, in plain daily living can Call & Cherry Sts. Starke, Fla. ; :

make a heaven on earth. Now,
that our boys are leaving home I Quality Rights Reserved Prices Good Fri. & Sat.. Aug. 13 1 16

every day for camp, kindness! will ,
be remembered long. Then dc
not worry about your boys. Tc1 I \ About .". r
me make, as I us see a it greater, this is nation.God's Yes planto 7 10 PRIZES GIVEN AWAY SOON.T

our boys will be the best educated Mr t
and well-traveled people in the'I -
world. They will come back home

some; day to run the nation. They'
will know other countries and I LARGE ,

It gives them a wider With i We TKl'LY f\TKFl'L to
people. I I $5.00Purchase 14c1 are
life. So many of us hIDE : ; Car
outlook on the hundred* of yea who helpwlus

have longed for years men to whc gc I SEAT COVERS in reaching our goal in this SUN VISORS

abroad. Now our young first sale in the history of our
in service are widely traveled.
: store. To drove who hanot
God bless and bring them home.\ And
For Fords ( f"Y's
thankfulfor. : found time to take advantage of
much to be
We have so
Greatest nation on earth,I Others. this selling -\rnt, tie an listing Easily Attached $4 0.75

the USA COUPES SEDANS COACHES only -i few of the many, manymonex

HELPFUL HINTS: A quart 6 bottle ctn. plus deposit Per Can sax ing: items, Ketuuse of Gives Plenty of Shade

berry basket holds a dozen eggs' Plastic Fibre lack of "|,1.:11' There sire hundreds
to put in the refrigerator I save of others, equally sis low nrirrd without interfering with \ 'I'"wn -

my small pieces of soap. put them COCA COLA 17C TOMATOES 10C $4 05YOl here lor your choosing. "a 1hI' !Sturdy' Steel Construction -- IVr-
boiling I ..
in a salt sack dip in $19.95 I. \ST T\\ U I IJ \\ .. 1II1II1IafUf,

water until soft, form rakes and !.;hin;,;-., Thr>t' pm'rv I'nM'lIXr manent Baked On Enamel
dip in cold water.Iore soap to 1\ vanish "' Lt IIrtl.ir M'u' .11! 7 I'1
I always put hot milk (Proof (Or) You Can Pamt I in Mit.'h
use (then. beat MIIND \ sET: Tn< I FIT iitrwei. !

in my mashed potatoes and YOUUR : I) h.; li \ rn, U Ill\ it- and fluffI put .
until white .
and Paul <,. Hoii\i-r ";tl.nrgr
chicken in a sack with flour
shook the sack and I cnirkenwas -_' -' ._- _. -..: :'-:. "J:'_=. ; :.-':-:. (

pepper evenly floured.SLAW Tins is the With $5.00Purchase iO Emergency H Regularly S2.lj! S2.'J3!); Kef.

way CABBAGE Don likes it: I shred cabbageon salt hELLO ] Water Bags, $1 val 15c | Boat Paddles, 2.29 H Grass Catchers, 97c

knife slicer
a fairly coarse taste Take 3 For \ en us Small Mesh I )1-1 I 1'1. I Handle Grass Hooks 49c
it to
and sugar Car Polish $5 'gal 2.98 Bait Nets 2.49
mayonnaise such as you with buy in H reg Fan Shaped Yd Rake 1.49
cream Ken-Nite
the store. Mix All

until-tir into smooth the and cold thin cabbage enough Stir tc Car Polish, $3 gal reg 1.98 >Sill'G,e ar d e H an dOt er 79c

coated. Keep L'l'I'1. (1"<1.1 at ('t. Price ." I $10.00) () ValueCurtain
until all cabbage is Salt Water "< .ilm-
cold until served. Johnson Car-Nu 1.69 Feathered Jig. 15c Stretchers 6.98
CLAY HILL: I always enjoy SAVO Qt CORNED $3.r(0) ValueInvalid
Car Top Pole I Carriers 1.69 )
That is
the Long Branch news Steel Casting Rods 39c
Hill people I have Cellophane I Bed Trays 2.98
about my Clay 39C1 I.: 1' I lu '
such nice letters from Hazel Grif- BLEACH 9CIBEEr Sun Visors, $1 val. 39c Gh'I ) ; Sr: .!I,s ; 10'THl'tp"
fis at Highland. One of my Clay ( or Radio I ass Casting Rods 4.95 25 es t roy 1.98
Sne invites me to re
Hill turn girls.for a visit and I
would like to. At present 1 I -" '-" North S2.0: Beach Bags 99c Electric Roaster 6.95

must stay here to help Don She Trouble Lights 1.69 C,a1. Lml'rj'nry I nminull!
I her brother Marcus who has
says been sometime in Europe. I believe Red Emer sy, Lamps 4.95 Gasoline Cans 2.98 Water Paints, Qt. 89c

is coming home on furlough MAINE -

There are Marklee and L C Leaf 1 Design Pi.kUDih i

Johns Europe in, and service' Willie, Leon Padgett Carter still in arHUNTS IDeS OIL : : lie: :
/ in service somewhere The Lang BATTER UP' ( lays MeaMirin": < up* fir> GYPSY

boys whose pictures were in the 5 For (G.lav, Tumblers. & shell-'

Vnimal ( "()(lldl' (CuI\ 'r-'Ic
Soft Ball Gloves, 5.9 5 val 4.95'ruh!\ Brushes I 1'lc with Adjustable
Complete 95
BoSrotit. Iron SkillHsHi .
l' .- Charcoal Fire I Box t$2 9
in.) 1 Ilk-'
S Catchers Mitt 6.95 val 4.95
.1J'Jt. I 14 Oz. CELLO Enamel; I'tility. i Pans ;CI tc Tripod. Jacket holds
$ \\ hue Porcelain Saucers Water For CookingIce ReLj.

"' '... GA Official Amer. Leag. Ball 2.98 (h for -- :2ir? For Refrigeration. t'.Io
'" ::-- 16C WEtNERS 39C 10 in Rd. \\hiti- Kn.im
CATSUP PicnickerN uttdrrn
For Campers -
Non-Official Base Balls 1.98 Pans ;5trhKk ? abonds
ACCIDENTSARE \\ Brooms l i I'' ,o<"d aj
"< \djustable Heatr
( V3Qt.Uhitelni.PoN
Base Ball Bats 1.49 -

NEWSbut i Metal Dixh Drainers) .'9c!'

to persons involved theyare "Park

bad news. They're always ISSUidTOILET Place"S

bad news when the persons 5 Rolls

involved have no automobile
r r
insurance. Buy it now!

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Jr. Woman's Club Viki Struth, 5, Lionesses Schedule11en's i Local ROTC Cadet Crosbys TravelTo r Recent Birth

Entertains 30 Honored At Party Night I Ii St. Pete MeetA. I I Mr. and Mrs R R. Chism a-

Members of the Junior Woman'sClub With 16 GuestsLittle i The Starke Lioness Club IF Wins Honor i nounce the birth of a son Randa"Rudolph
Men's Night Top I II on August 13 in th-
I entertained at a delightful I holding a supper I L. '
Viki Struth celebratedher Crosbsupervisor of i Alachua General Hospital Gaine-.
Coca-Cola party for their husbands in the
party Thursday morning '
fifth birthday anniversary I Drew Reddish son it. Shei.it registration of'ot..rs in Bradford :'Ville.
Aug. 7. from ten to twelve Lions Club this Wednesday at i i County and Mrs ,,
Marian L. Cros-
afternoon of last week
o'clock Thursday Lioness and Lion Maxie Carter's and Mrs P D R,'ddi.has given I 1
at the home of Mrs. Rich
; when her mother entertained at by. !'uper\ r-eled. travel downto '
Mooty ard Fowler on N. Walnut street. home on Kingsley Lake at 7:30: j ji a commendation bO, <'n Duffle. St TI1AXKS E. rnFi'-.tH! :
I from 3:30 to 3 o'clock for Petersburg- weekendfor _
I wish
a party i i to express '1 \ '
Phone 35 I j Summer flowers were used in I commanding general of the ('. S. the annual of the
meeting ,
25 of her little friends. : gratitude to tho". I. ", '"
..... .__ --4 I I.' decorating the home for the oc.1 j, A pink and white color motif ; WSCS Notice Army Transportation center, Ft. state' Supervisor of Registration' I helpful at the tn: : oi 't r'
casion with a graceful bouquet attractively .
I was carried out in the matching I Eustis, Va., for being rated as one Association.The ;i tragic accident on t', ,' !Lk
Garden Club 1 Colsons Celebrate arranged in a crystal The program and business meeting r rI .
Starke I I II Friday and Saturday meeting : Words ., ,
I napkin, plate and party cloth on of the top cadets during the recent cannot coma \ c.
I bowl used as the centerpiece of of the Methodist W. S. C. S'I .
t refreshment table which I | will primarily discuss the new tion to all those >', '
Birthdays the was u
Guest weeks
six ROTC
Hears SpeakerMrs. i the buffet serving table. I will be held Monday afternoon at summer Flonda
: centered with the pink and white election laws and help th the scene of the .u ..10't:
I'Reunion TogetherA I Elizabeth Fowler met the guestsat I 3 30 o'clock in the Church. J,camp. supervisors formilarize themselveswith .
lat '
Robert L. Fairing of embossed birthday cake. as 'r Although! 1 '\'
the door and serving as hostesses i i II I Reddish was among the top 12C their application. ,
know who all of > ;: \\ it' : >
Gainesville, district director of the Games were played during the v u :
combined and ''
party were Eloise Cowen Madge Rotarians Hear Report'On cadets .
winning recognition ,
Florida Federation of Garden afternoon and favors of horns and you will accept th-: i- \ p "
family gathering was held at the I Chasteen and Peggy Godwin. r.\in OF THANKS .
Clubs, was the guest speaker and novelty hats were given to the Boys State i achievement out of 1,250 other sonal thanks and ] >- \
Clyde! Colson farm Sunday honor- The caladeum door prize va.,; iI We wish to express' our thank 5
will i'
advisor at the executive board youngsters. I cadets from 50 different Universities your m.: t
the of awarded to Peggy Godwin. I II Delanc and sincere appreciation to oui r gotten S. E. Simmons
birthdays Colson Kenneth and
meeting of the Starke Garden Ing Clyde I II Assisting Mrs. Struth in !serving Conway and colleges.He friends ,
About 30 guests enjoyed this and especially the Method
club held Monday evening at the and his three daughters. Catharine ''and' for her daughter's! Thomas, Bradford County's representatives .
j summer social event. caring was a member of the University i! t'SCS and Presbyteriar I' ( }
the Boys I
home of Mrs. Claude Crowson on I |: Mrs Robert Barks- recent
Elaine and Mrs. Cecil Douglas I guests were
of Friendship Bible Class for th .
State in Tallahassee, I II Florida TransportationCorps There will be a cemetery WlI...
W. Madison' street. I whose birthdays all fell in I dale Mrs. A. B. Baker, Mrs. Ver- were guest j[ flowers and other expressions o r :22! All interested '
of that
Becky Phillips Given i iI speakers at the Rotary Club Wed- [ group 43 men went August persoing
Mrs. Fairing spoke .on the National -.: August.An I j non Silcox, Mrs. Ressie Colson, i empathy during the recent! lot at Pt'dan1'nJett'ry, Brook- '
Council of Garden Clubs of I Party On 5th BirthdayBecky Mrs. Fro Strickland and Miss. nesday. i ij i through summer < a'i p (n the (If our mother MrW \\.
outdoor dinner with are asked to i attend and br.-
j Both young men were high ir.I base
which 42 states are representedand { Kate Virginia Practorms.: R L "\'hlt""lllt>,:
the traditional birthday cake was their praise of Boys State which tools to work with.
on the State Federation of Phillips entertained i I -
enjoyed by the 50 members of the I is sponsored' annually by the -
Garden Clubs. The Starke Garden
few of her little friends Tuesday PresbyterianVomen I
Club is in District 3 of the Florida family present. afternoon at the home of her I j American Legion. They said they
The out-of-town includedMr. !i Meet At Mrs. Davis'The learned more about actual .
state federation which is in the guests grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. P. government

Jacksonville-Gainesville area. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins of M. Barefoot on Washington street of cities counties and states A & P's policy of giving you more
and Presbyterian Women of the that brief than they
Jacksonville and sons, Tom during period
celebration of her fifth birth-
Mrs. Jessie Young, president of in '
Edward Jenkins of New Castle, : church met Tuesday evening at' could have from months of txt
ihe local club, presided over the day anniversary.The good food for food dollar/ is
Pa., E. B. Andreu and Mr. and the home of Mrs. E. M. David for book study. your
meeting at which time the club'c party was held on the lawnwhere t
I la of the twc
Mrs. Ray Andreu and son. Jackof combined meeting : Conway said he was told whcihe ,
organization and its aims were Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Bare
taken up. It was also proposedthat Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. foot were assisted In entertainingthe II circles. 1 got there to tart shaking made to order for you if you de-

club Robert Hayes of Oxford, N. C. Devotions were given by Mrs. J,, hands." He followed this ad\ u"<
the win meet the
on 'young folks with games and I
M. Mixon and Mrs. Carl Wynn.. and found himself elected a < it\
fourth Monday of the month. I contests by Judy Green. Punch i' _- mand quality and want to .
Mr. Hicks Honored Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf led the pro- :'councilman, a county commission
Mrs. Crowson served refreshments : was served throughout the afternoon '
I gram entitled "Faith" I ler, and a member of the House >n
during the meeting. |On 30th Birthday and at the close of the party
the 25 were Mrs ReFrt'sentati"It sure t'
....... : and birthday cake embossed I I Among present pa\i
I .. '..... .,.. ,. ice cream "
I -/1 1I : H. Barbour of Tallahassee and I shake hands. he concluded
Mrs. Harold Gray Mrs. Ed Hicks entertained at a i in pink and yellow were iR.! .
I i The
Kingsley Lake anti her housei ; speaker were introduced h\
I served. Each guest received a i '
Given Stork ShowerMrs. party Sunday at the Hick's farmin party favor. i i guest, Mrs. J. M. Wachild.I L. H. Gib-on.

Lawtey for her husband, Ed I hostess assisted by ht'rI .1 i
About twenty of Becky's friends I The .1I
Ernest Allen entertainedat Hicks who was celebrating his '
were invited to share the party daughter Mrs. Mixon. served refreshments New Doc BeginsI
a lovely stork shower at her 30th birthday anniversary.A I with her.Devrick. during the axial hour I

home in Bethel Monday evening picnic dinner was enjoyed in I I : Practice HereAs

honoring Mrs. Harold Gray. the yard. Boy Has Alderman Family Headless Dressed
The party was enjoyed in the Helping to celebrate the affair 1 i iI Dr. R. D Hamilton recent 1 h ',

yard under overhead lights where were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sears, Birthday PartyLarry I Reunion In Baker Co. of Indiana, Pa moves into tht >, Lbs

appropriate games were playedand Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gray Mr. I I !II Hembree Building to begin practice o.r WHITING 2 2SCF
| :Members: of the Alderman family lona PI S R
prizes were awarded to the and Mrs. Spencer Crews Mina.Pearce Derrick, who was nine Dr. Charles Turner move

winners. Crews Mr. and Mrs. W. years old on Monday was host tc will hold a family reunion aril| out, !signaling; the end of 29 yearsof

Assisting Mrs. Allen in servingand I D. Goforth and son, Bobby and 16 of his little friends at a theatre ':Sunday Aug. 17 at the Gordon!; practice the last three months Frozen Boneless RedFILLET"

caring for her guests were daughter, Pat. of Jacksonville, party that afternoon. Jones residence on the old home I of which were in Starke. F l 0 U

:Mrs. Nathel Green and Miss Sharon Mrs. Havana Johns and Mr. and I Preceding the matinee the guests place of ElKha Alderman, five I Dr. Turner practiced more than 29C

Green Mrs. N. P. Hicks. gathered at the Devrick home 28 years in Jacksonville as an BoPERCH
: miles south of Sanderson in Baker i
where they were served ice cream NathurOpathy. He plans to dosome 25 Lb.
: County. All members and rela-1 I
and cake. The refreshment table fishing on the Crystal River
Hermans All Meat
tees of the family are urged tc ,
ENROLL NOW carried out a green and white and tend to some chores on his
attend and are asked to bring ai I .53
color motif in the cake, napkins 300 acre ranch in Suwannee County Lb Cello
basket lunch and the family Bible.' $1
and party cloth. FRANKS 51C
Fall Classes 2 1952 As favors the boys were giver.t i
tiegin Sept.
I Dr. Hamilton, after practicing r
toy guns and the girls toy watches. Home DemonstatlonClubs I II I' naturopathic medicines in Pennsylvania -Ii Gravenstein I 1

Slate PicnicThe for 15 years comes it
SPECIALIZING IN: \VMU PlansThe 'Starke following several winter Lbs

Shorthand Typing annual picnic of the Home visits to Florida. APPLES 1 19C

program and business meet Demonstration Clubs of Bradford bachelor. attended .. __ .
Dr. a .:.4- t." ;- _
Accounting English ..
? ing of the Baptist W. M. U. wil 1 will be held .. #,
I. County Tuesday Aug
schools at the Universityof ..' .,, '. .. ..
Spelling Filing 'I be held Tuesday afternoon, Aug 26, at Lake Geneva, Keystone Pennsylvania University ot --- --- Seedless

Stenograph The Machine Shorthand 19. at 3 o'clock in the educationa I Heights, beginning at 10 a,m. All Chicago and Duqlll'.ne Universiuin A&P

I building. The executive boat d 1 members are urged to attend and Pittsburgh when he rueivei'his ''.I Lb

meeting will be held at 2 o'clock bring their families GRAPES 19C
I naturopath degree.PHONE
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218 W. University A> e. Gainesville, Fla.LET'S I COLONIAlFLORIST

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\ Things seem kmda quiet thiy ex-Callstreeter now living in Cuban

week after all the excitement of Augusta, Ga. is recuperatingfrom ,

the baseball tournament is over i a very :eriou illness AVOCADOS 2bor 19C

Really gives us a chance te'i I' Ted and Dorothy Connell have FLOWERSFOR ; T T
see some good games, but under turned Whispering Pines over tr
stand the Legionnaires says its the new owners and they'll de

I GET I "too much work" to try and get ;: part soon for a lengthy vacationin Armours

I it back again next year Vacationers <, South Florida Hear little Cans

-- !.I continue to come and go I Donna Trawick staged a thrilling (j) VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 35CFray
but I stay home forever or'': rescue the other day when she

I so it seems J. D. and :Mildred; swam out and pulled in young

Doyle are just back from a grand! :Marty Paine in approved lifeS8\' ng' GARDENS

ojourn; to Key West and report:, fashion Note that the sign Bentos

ACQUAINTEDL they visited: former Callstreeter says "Charl<,y E. Johns Agency & POTTERY

Joe and :Mollie: Edwards at the Son" now that Jerome is associated 12 Oz Con
Redland Tavern in Homestead i with his Senator:: dad .

and Helen Prather Burgett and i I Paul Knight, who's a radio producer
: her husband' in their new drugstore and director in Munich

also at Homestead Germany, is now in Salzburg

I Hear Glen Duke is working at Austria attending the world Nona St StarkeSTARKE

o Clay Electric these days .1 famous :Music; Festival He Rolls// r
Boots DeMille is the new fountain writes his folks. the I) E

f\ J girl at Koch and Edna Johns is-i Knights, that the scent r% is i t th.
a.. secretary ing for Judge Perryman'Sam most beautiful he's evereen .

Renfroe is currently em- "There are many beautiful lake Ann PageMAYONNAISE

) A' ployed at Hart's, but plans to en- some even as pretty HS Kir).> D U

i I/f' (l ter the U of F this fall. after a Icy," says he Quart

\' -'ear hitch in the service i| Madge
: Evelyn Stump and Del Colley &re\\ received a degree at I"of F -HIP.

on a week's tour of the Skyline mer commencement exerci-e ,

I Route in Virginia Joann I II ( Wednesday night If yon Fri.. Sat. .fur. i 1i.: 16

I''pinkins. starts work this week assecretary wonder why the employees at DOUBLE: FEATTKE{ 4 Marta( or Hudson | A & P FOOD STOREAPKiN
DRIVE IN FOR THIS BARGAINA i in the Engineering De- i iI ,Lovett's try so hard to sell you

partment of the U of F Bobby Star Kist Tuna these' days, it's KONTIKI"The
I The r.reat; Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
Biggs has gone to Atlanta tc because they're in a contest with

"Ot.9.tO work and the new Railway I I other stores to see who can sell, Great ;s ia Adtrntim N I S F.ntire Contentsfopyd .: 1950

(i. a Express agent is Tom C. Starling the most the prize being an extra AM) 1 300 East; Call St.

aa\ | of Palatka, who's relieving Mr
P SPE weeks pay for each employee!
t iC.ONOh\( '1't\'. Ct W e,NAHO k' ., .., | Scarborough who took over whenI Hear Don Ray Tilley The SHOWDOWN Pkgs

k 1 \\1lt\rid A\t\tU. ', Wl"lJ POliSH !. I P Shepherd retired MrStarlings !i received orders' Wednesday to report \\ ith llopalong ( assidAlso >' 2 13C I'nre in this ad ..rr.dhIhra
a I 6
Chi\t\e id\e Ry .1' ; wife and three children, to the Com Western Sea CartoonSun.
1"t\ r cuum c\ La If1PlECld :aturday, August IClh.
\a or will 1 intc
{:ul orb urrt l'on\P J.' rRe ( OTH Frontier San Diego Calif for
CbMtic = tor .ca- the Arch Thomas house on X .. Mon. Aug. 17. 1>
r ,cler 't : I olkhtocoor lam e I further assignment within ZI'd3)'S (
\fO\' {of lro'r more hat Oilsjtl.tr.e Walnut. formerly occupied by Surely will be missed by
\ } elbnfi 1\lib bu t s dirlJot toy OlJe I Marvin Stokes who has moved tc THE LONGHORN Hath HarLifebuoy
6CI"-\lKlinticnt 0\\. /e8\f'8 t.lJlJd J' r& 'i the Boy Scouts for he's been a :Med HarIvory .: :

Cleanvasoline.\\ ldr' ut'ea a1; + scum i Madison I II I big help with leading the troop 2 for 23c
cure \\ ako z I It /1J8 4<. mnepra j I Will be: wondering how Barbara I See Peggy Ann Wiggins ha With Wild Bill Elliott: Soap 3 for 23c : ,
) ,
\\m\: ,ot\ 1\\8 lot I 'llJPlecl8 Boft, l1'ullct>. Barksdale made out on the questions quit her job at Common & Co. ir.i Plus THO Cartoons and New* ,
\ 'rr a 1.\1 bt1cat\ Bora.otb UfJ "' .' t hat a I and answers on the Cinderella i Jax : : DUZ 30c
A I le I dirt lStUl at- to get ready lor her wedding Bath liarSweetheart large pkg
\' 1't\\ Fxh oust as It Polish and Weekend Tprogram in Sept. 5 glad to hear that Tues. Aug. 19 ONLY

\ cne'em {lt Oh d ( Jax Thursday night Hear the .Travis Alvarez is much better after 2 for 23c ; ;
CRISCO Mb 31cfor
.._ Systctio ns aAg1N i I Pat Kelly family have purchased ,, his siege of tonsilitis and an Come Fill The Cup can
: and moved into the Joe Griffi dishes \
Lea infected ear last week sorryto Starring James CagneyTwo

\ ( home. at 409 Center St. the hear that Virginia Jean Darby Color Cartoons & News JOY, 7 oz bottle 30c : : Ivory Snow, Ige pkg 27c
> ; W M. Morrisons bought the had to undergo a recent appendectomy ,

BOTH I DuringAugust Kelly. \\'.house Griffises on S. have Cherry moved and theJ. tc :.. And in Alachua by the way General, that Hospital Hardy! Wed., Thur. Aug. 20, 21 Can : : TIDE, large pkg 30c

I. Change St. Justice Pellum family reunion and hamburger fry DOUBLE FEATURENEVER I Planters Peanuts, 34c : :

FOR 48CAndrews celebrated her Birthday Sunday''at. the Douglas Hardys in Hampton "" Kejj Bar

when "Cindy" Crews gave an ice Saturday night didn't end up: TRUSTA Red Label : : Camay Soap, 3 for 23cI'irtje
for her at Mitchell'sthat ; ;
cream party
so well. .
Sunday morning GAMBLERDane Koro bottle I 24c
afternoon hear that Kenneth Franklin Hardy. Jane Hardy of : :
Johns will transfer from FSUto Clark. Cathy O'Donnell \ \ "

Motor Co. U of F this fall in order tc 1 Starke.all and came Diana down Hardy with of Hampton the AND Blu-White Flakes, pkg 9c : : Octagon Soap, 3 bars 21c

get the animal husbandryman i mumps! Glad to hear little ,

I course he wants F. A. Scott Pam Sewell is about over the THE HOODLUMWith Linit Starch pkg 15c i : Bab-o Cleanser can 12c

Madison & Adams Sis. Phone llfi I I postcards that he's enjoying a ,Measles ,

the few Olin days Whites in the and mountains the Wilbur with' Well, seems to be all for now Lawrence Tierney Starch 8 7c ; Mazola Oil 60c

STARKE, FLORIDA I Scotts So long see you in the Plus News ) Argo oz pkg q qt

I next I
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I II Jan and Wayne Mundorf n will Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade and I Mr and Mrs Luke J. Feeney !I Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherdleft 1" Mr and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and I P. T. Nolin attended the Corference

I attend the Woodman Camp for' daughters, Susan and Flora, flew have the latter's mother, Mrs Thursday for an extendedvisit family are spending the weekend ;1 for Supervisors of Count

I Boys in Panama City next week. !to Atlanta, Ga. Thursday and will)! John Adams of New York visiting I I with Mrs. A. I. Sasser irJMonticello I in Tallahassee and calling for their School at F S. I?.. Tallahass',

I, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray and return Saturday. for an indefinite stay. and: the junior Shepherds -'daughter. Jackie who spent the II last week while Mrs. Nolin a- :

cP&t6dn5 ,I son, Steve, of Jacksonville spent I Mrs. E. J. Nix Jr. Nashville\ : Mr" Pauline Torode. Mrs. J. M I I in Newman, Ga. i 1 past ten days visiting her grand. I III son. Douglas, were visiting fin'-, :

Ij j II I the weekend with Mr. and Mrs I Tenn. spent last week visiting her I Oliver of Baldwin and Mr and I Mrs. E. C. Priest! and Mrs Kate 'j parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. BedenIbaugh. I and relative--: .- vUlAN.SMiUING -.r", 1ft t'

J. S. Sapp. ': parents Mr. and Mrs. Wesley I Mrs. Frazier Oliver of Fort Myers : Sheppard \\'E're'isiting relative I, Panama city,
.I.II Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter Andrews.Mr. returned Friday from a three I. in Fort White over the weekend. The }\< \. :and Mr L. C; Ra\ and! :MrV Flit ,G''a.r l-n: t:1 f'

,, __ Linda Kay, joined Mr. Sale in and Mrs. Warren Winkler weeks trip through the New of .
p V I : Eng John Haines Winter Park daughter : T.I'I'p.t, ..:'01) 1"1 i 1 \t' h -1'\ n: \1.

Friends of Mrs. J. M. Brown Mr. and Mrs M L Lawson and : Cocoa for the remainder of the are sightseeing for a week in New land States and Canada. I spent the weekend with his uncle .\.h.\ : o :\ \ _'It ,' .. \ Hf: M\tv I' \
week. York and Washington. D. C. and Mr and Mrs '., .
relatives in Raymond I I and aunt. Rev and :Mrs L I P ::1.' ; '' E .1 ,u "
lee will regret to hear she is seriously family were visiting 1
Saturday and Sunday. I,1I Mrs. George Mansfield and sons I other points of interest.Mr were visited during the past few, Haines while enroute to r.l! .\ .: .. "\j.; .I., ,
sick in a hospital in Met .Auburndale
George and Lee, of Tampa arc I and Mrs. Wesley Andrews weeks by Mr Howe's father C. R Rock. N. C. ___ _
ter, Ga. Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Dr.i, Mr.[ and Mrs. Prescott Gill and I u
a''I visiting the Ned Yanceys this \\'i1ha'e\ as their guests next Howe of Elmira. N. Y. Mrs. Howe j!i :\ and Mrs Ovid L '1.- '
returned from
Buck, have
and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee were son.
week. ,week at their lake place on Mid- drove her husband's father back children and Mrs; Annie Liu '
called to her bedside on Wednes ten day vacation in Lynn Mass!' !
1-Sgt. William Henry Norton : lakes, near Keystone: Mr. and home this week when she left for tended the Methodist ;1\1"; .
J, E. Mundorf has returned ;
day. | of Augusta, Ga was the Saturday Mrs. J. L. Dowling of Daytona her vacation. Mrs Howe is expected Jacksonville on Sund.lI!',:
Holt Johnson of Metier. Ga. i is home after visiting relatives in'*' gue t of Mr. and Mrs. E. D Beach Mr. and Mrs. George Cott- back by Sept. 1. !I visited in Fernandina :> ..
his cousins Bob and Butch St. Petersburg for a week. .
man of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. J.I; '
I Tenly and family. Mr. and Mrs Robert Bird. Jr. noon.
and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman j I'' OI
at Lake. I Judge
Smith Kingsley _
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Redd.shand ; L. Chancery of West Palm Beach, returned Saturday from a visit .
Comer will leaveSaturday : I Mr and Mrs Willard f't.o fNlM1G1
Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr. and son, and son, | son, Drew, and Mrs. Bessie ,and Mrs. T. C. Chastain of Hamp with Mr. Bird's relatives in Chicago -'I ; ,
for several weeks' visit son Gene of Tallahass: I' suethe 4a R .Kill t ti
Darby, have joined Mrs. Peek'ssisters of Raiford in' ton.
Sapp spent Sunday and Wisconsin. They also spenta
inBethlehem. I weekend with their paieii'sMr. (
Mrs. D. C. Jones of Gaines : with the junior Perrymans New Smyrna visiting Mrs. Sapp'ssons John Godwin visiting! }Ir. and' while at several resort lakes on and Mrs. L. D. Green i 'Nr .o.4
Pa. ,, '
ville and Mrs. George W. Marks of I Jack and Bill Sapp andfamilies. : Mrs. E. H. Register in Miami this the Canadian border. Mr. Bird will "=' '' .

,Deland in Waynesville, N. C. where ;' Mrs. Sue Fisher and Mrs. Cris : week. I attend the U. of F. this fall and'I''I Mr. and Mrs. M R Judd! antifamily ,! I -1 69 C GUARANTIED :u_ _:(....

Mrs.. Peek \tiJl I vacation. until Sept. Kosmas of Pensacola!' were guest I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harding left Miss JoanIorrl's: of Asheville,' they will make their home in spent the weekend in Valdosta 'IN' -- -"
1st and Darby will return in a few last week of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga. tc I N C. and Miss Patsy Ann Shepard Gainesville after enjoying a few Ga visiting Mr and Mi- I oz47 nrki orw 1It
i Ilr'rndor,. 19 QUASI CAN TM _
T. E
days. J f Tyrus. j spend the weekend with their of Lake City spent the past I days fishing at Hollis V. Knight' I

Dr. and Mrs. R. P. StubbinsI Miss Alice June Hard I two weeks with their uncle and'' ,
Friends of Mrs. Susan Andrew? daughter lake lodge They were accompanied
I 4_ _ _
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will regret to hear that she i is I plan to spend the weekend in Tallahassee ing. On Monday the Hardingf i aunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight. by Holhs V. Knight, Jr. .; .-:: :' '-->: '- :- -- :"- ;- -- -- -- -- -- __ __ _- _V..WW

onfined to her bed with illness visiting relatives and will will join Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray : Mr and Mrs. B. S. Merritt entertained ,I Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr. had as Sun

for a month. Her daughter, Mrs.i bring back their daughter Mary 1 mond and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph fifty friends Sunday at !: day guests. Mrs C. W. Chalker GOING I OUT OF BUSINESS I

Brynn Lynn of Williston is with Rivers, who has been visiting there '! Alvarez at Suwannee Springs near : their cottage on Kingsley celebrating -' and Miss Elise Jones of Gainesville .

her. for a week Live Oak for a week's vacation.Mr I their 20th wedding anni:I and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward

and Mrs. H. V. Mooly of versary. and children of Lake City.

Miami were overnight guests: Mr and Mrs. R. H. Barbour of Mrs. D. E. Knight spent last

Monday of Mr. and Mr"5- Harry, Tallahassee had as guests last week in Lakeland visiting her

THEATRE Moot' : week at Kingsley Lake their sor brother-in-law and sister Mr and
and family of Jackson. }{j"s. Mrs
Mr and Mrs Ed Hicks returned Mrs. Charles Larsen.
STARKE home of last J. M. Wachild and Mrs. France
Wednesday Mrs. Nancy Gunter of :Mtiaurspent \

week after a ten-day wedding Ewell are spending this: week with a few days this week \'t-i
the Barbours.Mrs. '
Dedicated To Community Service trip in the Smokies. Mr. and Mrs Robbie Shaller
I L. S. Hutto home
"Movies Are Better Than E\er" Mr and Mrs Fryer Cain of Atlanta returned I Mr. and Mrs E. L. Matthe\\c

Ga were guests of Mr. and ; Thursday night after spendingtwo and daughters, Mary Agnvs Aunt

Sat., Aug. 16 ONLY Tues., Wed. Aug. 19, 20 Mrs. Blake Jackson the past twc weeks with relatives in North and Betsy spent the weekend atI.'eekiWashi I II

I i weeks. and, South Carolina. I Springs and Hnma ALL LADIES & CHILDREN'S READY TO WEAR
Mrs. E. J, Dahmer
and son returned
._ A family reunion and picnic sassa Springs. While there Mr

UB !1 dinner was enjoyed at the home Wednesday after a three :, Matthews attended a dMiirtj

New MexicoWith : of Theressa Mrs. Cleveland on Sunday with Sullivan the following in. weeks and"isconsin.trip to Virginia. Michigan -j I, meeting of ai the Brooksville.Florida Press Association TO BE SOLD AT COST !

I t Mr Mrs. T. Thornton
and A.
Ayers and Maxwell PIR from Starke present: Mr I I! Mr. and :Ms Leonard F. :South: .
'of i Auburndale of Mr
are guests
and M.PS R E. Mundorf and family Jr. and son, Larry, of Mun.-.on :u"
AND Mr and Mrs. H. C. Broadwavand rived Thursday to spend the weekend

, family Mrs. Rubv Johns, L Mrs. Rene Garcia and daughter with Mrs. Smith's parent Mr

'j M. Gaines and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Vivian, accompanied by M-Sgt I and Mrs. R. J. Davis, who artor. OUR EXPENSE
Kid's Last Ride I Garcia returned Saturday after The
Croshy ; vacation for twoeeks I ,
the two weeks in I ( IIILI>IKYS! LVDIKS;
1 spending past .
Miss Dorothy Ross. County 1! Smiths are enroute home after \ )
With CO.RRIGANPlus IIIN'r home demonstation agent began a I Anniston. Ala. where Sgt. Garcia vacationing in Georgia visiting : '

"Hand To Mouse" & '.... l lSf'rial : was on manuevers with the Fla. I DRESSES
Cartoon vacation this
i week and a half friends and also visiting Mr

s WnotWw'toN.n week She will be back in her of- I' National Guard. While away they Smith's parents, in Brevard N f" 25c
the weekend in Chattanooga
"Iu% "Fun: At The Fair" Cartoon i flee this Wednesday.Hearing spent !, Mr. and Mrs. Don Page and!
MRS. R. C. HUFORD J I Tennsightseeing on Lookout 1.9Salut-
and Latest News j nieces and nephew Dot Green
Mountain.Mr. I

Sun., Mon. Aug. 17, 18 i lilt S. JOE ARNOLD I Aids '\, sons will and leave Mrs Martin Saturday Land for and rweek's ". i!i in Jean St.and Augustine.Joie Res>e. pent Sunday ( 79'L Skirts NOW 1.49

I Miss Evelynn Newsonn' spent;
: Thur., Fri. Aug. 21, 22NMIllLltiESUN I AND ,, vacation at Daytona Beach. the weekend in Gainesville MSI SUN .
Mr and MrW F Atwood Of< 1 value!
j New
her cousin Miss Joyc
ting 1 ulut-
Jacksonville! were Sunday guest 2.1! "

WAYNE.Pus'MARLOWEIJ K.nnethRob.rtc'k I BatteriesDiabetic of Mr. and Mrs P S Crews some. ., 2 To
Charlene Hardy and an 1.00
NOW 2.49ReadyToWear
k P t; Foods Landrum are visiting Fian-

l grandparent: Mr. and MrJ A

SHINESIEIUE '. J AND you areplanning Landrum in Brooksville!' this w''k
i Mr. and Mrs.!' H. G. DIMS, .Ii

y d ; ....'- r ry SuppliesSurgical I F and son. Greg arrived \\ ednesda\, Linnie's

1 (l new to spend the remainder of t'i t ,
'''week with their parents. Mi' '
home Mrs W. N. North at the sue..
PLUS I SupportsAND I Farm and Mr. and Mrs R 1 1:1: 117 \\ ( ALL ST. -1 \IUII.II t 1.

other type of | vis in Starke.
or) any .
HYPNOTIZEDCARTOON I I i Mrs.!' "'. H. Nollman I'tur t 'I l ;: -'c-_;:-: < =-.: ::'- ':; :; :::::::.: ': ,- :.:;; :::: :. :-- -' >;: -.: ,- ':-_- -:_ -: -: :-;: -._ -+4>_ ;.jt-.t> "' J'f'
building call on us after two nmii"i-,'
Trusses home Sunday 1 .

AND 1'111"; "Bear For Punishment" j I travel throughout the ;-orthw1 :. _' =_ :!i ,.i' _-. .- __ _-" .- .=. _' -.- -". -< .. .- -_'_ _. _---, '- -: :;

Latest News Cartoon I We Rent McMURTRY : and Canada. She was aoompamod
by MrNollman who remained

I in Wibaux, Mont. On burin,'ss

IF YO.U FIND YOUR NAME CONCEALED: IN THE BLANDING CrutchesVeterinary Mrs. W E. Middleton and, her 1 11I y,+ KOCH'S

DRIVE IN OR FLORIDA THEATRE ADS CUT AD OUT AND PRESENT -I I BUILDERSKeystone sister, Mrs Mae Jones of .la,,k..onille 1

IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR; FREE TICKETS i \" are vacationing for twou. < <-k-

Supplies Heights, Fla. ''at \\'aynl'sville, N. C. -iiif

i 1 Mr and Mrs. J. H. DuIV 't',id !( "
BLANDING DRIVE-IN ESTIMATES daughter Nancy werei-itinp 'P -' ) -- RUG STOREII

CANOVAPRESCRIPTION I CHEERFULLY GIVEN relatives in Palatka on :Mond.ni 1" =- \

i Bobby Benton is!' attending'w\\ 1 -

Dedicated To THEATRE :Moxies Art'Community CENTER EKEYSTONE I at Crystal Lake for two u.-ek ; t -I-

ReiterService 3581: D.KE'STOXE .\Y Mrs Vito Mangenello and! ihi'' '-

A MARTIN THEATRE Than E\er: I I (near hospital) dren have joined their husband Out
2451 NIGHT Selling
II\\E: In There's still
I I Gainesville, Fla. and father who is statiopp 1 r

6:151'.M. SHOW STARTS 7:15 I;) P.M. Worth. Texas. .
BOX OFFICE OPENS : I Fort plenl I> of Time before Summer

OPEN EVERY NIGHT RAIN OR FAIR --- Mrs. R O Dansby and l m-phi \
I Edwin Fain attended the fun'i ,i' i is o\er. ,

Fri., Sat. Aug. 15, 16 i I Mon., Tues. Aug. IS. 19 "\ : QO 0\\+ BOY I I of their aunt, Mrs. Louise ('ar.'

well, in Green Cove Spring1.111:
:9/ day afternoon. All Blown-up/
Robert I tpptrt .... ", I BEACH \ SWI I MGOGGLES
presets ... -: \ j Mrs. Lois Lankford of r.i r td 1" 1

/ I> \ ton spent the weekend w it h :M 1'I : Swimming
'I. Z I land Mrs J. K. Douglas \ ,

p> !j Powell M. Davis of tVu 1 1.. Items
..1I SHOES : :
HELMETPlus :jsonville Naval station MM'!"I r

uncle and aunt. Mr. and :MiK 1
1/2 PRICE :
I I M Davis over the weekend i

Cartoon "Pluto's. JudgmentMRS. family Mr. and drove MM.to R Perry O Dan-i.Pu1!.1.'.. .. V2 PRICE 1 t IJoats Simmin'inc : 1-3 OFFSTATIONERY

Days I R } Swimming Rings etc. \
I visit Mr. and Mrs J, P. IMP-- 1

C 1 and also left their dati,11 t. t J Jii t'. 1

{ CARRIE{ WARD{ I C 'e to visit her COliS in. Juu-: I I"'
by for two weeks. SALE AppY
Mrs J. II. Fields I 1- f't.:
dato visit Mr and Mrs ; ,,' r
.. :
.Y :- M '
Sun.. Aug. I 17 ONLY L "#
W.- ," ," :t. : Powell in Newton. N. C '''I '

r.,. $ weeks. TWOFORPRICE I II
M! C M .
presents l'lu'Cartoon "sheep DOR" "" : r" ,
o (Gail Duke was \'isiting1.: .
'j ""
( i in Gainesville the fn-- .
lb heRed C. A. FITCHWed '- 1; t' ian
\\tr ,
J ... the week.
.. t.'t} OF ONE
:' : and Mrs. J, K. P',us: > :
0- Mr
? ThurAug.. 20, 21 ---.... ..... -- ; .
Tanv.n #
/ spend the weekend in !
; M 11's6llrr flE>4 X i ting Mr and Mrs Lowell Don' .**
MUSICAL! Mr. and Mrs Earl) M'l: If 4' r125c
OtP4/ Get ready to smack your lips! and daughter Druscilla c.' i Uonville ', K

StVdnfAliDIE $ Dip your spoon into Borden's v Ie.E : joined Dr. and :M' \l BARGAINCOUNTER .j. '

MURPHY : Cherry Pecan Ice Cream and enjoy \ to. C/lEA E. Middleton and Miss Manx

Bill MAUIOIN I t ti II a triple treat. Smooth, rich ice cream, ._ ... .. .-/i "" Middleton at Cedar Kt\- ." I : GAc
"';!?-I 4noamredDl'Gnud weekend.
brimful I of luscious maraschino cherriesand !I I" .
RED 3 Hnucr4rrrmt. Mr. and Mrs G J. Me Gt f' '
tk crisp pecans! Enjoy it today at .
Plus Cartoon : 1 home or at your favorite fountain. and MIES Sara Williams i,i' dIr. ( 'ome in And Have Fun ) '

:\ and Mrs. D A. M In't' Ui '
Values :41 usl
otAJ Big -
Eustis Sunday.

'TOY TINKERS" i I Jordens Louis Haines left ?i.n: 1aF: .' Go for 25c .

weeks t' '
two 'raining
Alo Cartoim "StiiKe Smirk ICE CREAM __ __ ... '- .- '- -
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::.: nun \Y. AIT.UST I.'}. II:}

fTTTTTTTTTTTYTYYYTTTTTT Comes To Close/ and family cf Jacksonville were ( r before the II T Thomas, 5>:;! .
Summer Swimming Program Mh ,. per rent Starke Dated th- 1st day of A"L
visitors of Mrs Hawkins' parents.the I day Srptembtr: r. 195: ; I! Fla Lavern Outlaw. ::4 per ,cent 1*:'2 at stah, Hradfoi.i
otherwise the allegation of said Starke. Fla : 1I.. Thomas 24 pt'rI FlorulaXOTirtJ.
Reand Mrs. S. L. Watson Complaint will b.. takn
Kevstone HeightsBy I as confessd I tent, tark.'a. .
!! by
ThursiaKenneth Watsonof This you. I Dated this, l.t d.ty ..r Augti-t A D.1V12 -
notice shall he p'it>llshed : at Stalk.Kradfoid Count .
laiksunville also! visited with I one each week for four consecutive Florida ) 'I
Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&iAA& wewks in the Bradford I j OF IXTiTIOKKtilVTKU \ I..
his parents the Rev. and Mrs. I graph.: County Tele. Sift S:1: !iI FHTITI01 s \ \l

&, Was..on Dated this! Ii day ..f August. 1?:;:! :Notiie I is herel.y givenunderifcfi
OTicn or i\in\Tiov' TO d I
I I mid! r the
I SEAL) A. J. Thomas I HIG1"nH Ficiiinirs NtI Li'Noti.e' i of Chapter l'c;I.!<"j..t! l.au .
M'J I > ; Johnson and -I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Don't forget the free clinic tcbe H.-\ daughter : i* heirliy gi\rn that the :'C T. ci I'"r T
i if Tampa were visiting Mr. Py Mniian c I.. I'ro-by, Deputy Clerk'I II '. undersigned under the pro\i>ionI,I C!, ik i f oj.) .'. .
held Saturday Aug. 16 beside j s \ 4t ':2j !I ,.f t'h.M't. r :-u..r.i: I':iws ..f Florida'Ait for I iriailt, ,
the Post Office. Hours are 1C and Mrs R L.. Morgan Saturday. j In rirrnit I' of 1'Ml will ngi-t.r with the ila, UI'''I, .
-oI ...;.., Rudolph and Joe Sapp and Court. Hrn.UnrJ Couatr. Clerk' of the Cir.uit Cunt In and !i t...', ,,1 -I\1. -
a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 4 in the l'l..rl.ln: In 4'li.inr rr I for IVadfoid (', iTtat.cf j .. '
'unlY. "Flori- t 1. ot Mwin. l "
'IF Eunii-e I
afternoon.Mrs. -.. Gerald! Norman are spending a Jain.C Fr.i7ier D'zietPlairtiff.. vs ila. upon I .c.."I ..t pi.iof of publi. a- h I II. .,
i.f. week Jacksonville Mr. Dozitr. D.f..II.lanl. T..S of tin- iioti. the t'.ti'iou-" I"-1 'in 1 -
: Robert Jackson and Mrs. -. in with ,'a" No 921.:! :: ... ('' ThomaTru.. k T.- ','
A and Mrs B J. Eggers. Onler of 1'iil.licnlloii an.t :Nolle* tel I I IIppenr I iiider ;ch) \
Walter Bryan spent last week in v 1 we are engaged/ i i. i h. ttI
j i".eSS O'l I". :' uUl\ .
!L :Mis'Elois Cowart of Mississjpp-! I 1 .1 > i
Miami. State: of Florida t.>- James C .Fla.I .
1 week with Mr. and D..zIt.r. \\ 11..-.. addis i mik-muii i :- I I.j i iNO
1t Mrs .
Mrs. C. T. Oliver entertainedwith spent You | B. T Thnma. .c;' p. i r II' ; )hj !
I' are requited to appear on ,!Fla : D L Th.ec.Siarke .
four tables of bridge last Eulon app. :Mr. and Mrs B. J. August :2S.! 1(>521:! in the almxe nanud i j|II Fla )j. i ii

Wednesday evening. I Eggers! and family of Jacksonville i Court!' and,Annulment cause, u herein pl.ullllfft'.k I i, Dated tin-! I-t ,'i.1"f \\cIiz\ : -; \ I II u .' ".' l'I :.!Iorlu\ "
|:I Tel-.? at :S'. h. I 1.1,1: | i v HI (.l''Tiil
Mr. and Mrs. R. Jordan are the spent Saturdav with Mr. and Mrs I Bradford Coimtv T. !I-trr.i 1k lial!it! j Florida: \ % 'I" I
I publish this Older in Ih,- n. \t fourwe. ,
parents of a baby boy born last Sapp aKo) i .'kly isUes.Vitnss 1 It': .' ft". (ii I 'I'' the J JI I"t. .
Mr .. J. S. of I | I t. |'t'T i 1Arts
Friday in the Alachua General .tndIrs. Sapp \ mv hand and official '' "

Hospital. Mrs. Jordan was reported ''S'arkt Wt're151ting friends here I 23.!seal lir.2.OFFICIAL!at Starke, Florida this July i!.Ira ( Fruit (.nan. Bradford C...>I>. 'l.-rk til..f I M'II!', II< ,.I'",,' ",

Florida; la Cl.jmrfryDj fiT IVadfol ci! .. ,
very ill on Saturday but Tut'sdatr \ ( !SEAL' ) .\ .1. Thomas I'I I...-ur (c..lr.1 Tuik. Plaintiff s. da, upon *-, (,. \ : ..'

at present is much improved.Mrs. .ind Mrs F. S. Sapp and ny Marian I.A- Clerk, ofaid Court. Lee Turk! D. f..1101.11I I. tlM 1 ,.f Ih ( (
Cio-bj P"Iun' Clerk
Robert Jackson was one of Mr and Mrs J C. Sapp and son I Chas K:. lie2"4: IlIi'rantLif... I Order of Publication (tnd its\Ni tlrr}. t2i: tieari 5. e'litajfed name of in l p.i">1.l k\.i-. ", .,. v\l'", \
P"ildinK.i ;
i i J.tik-.ui\iiit .
wives who had enjoyed an ue cream supper and FloridaAtt .\|'| Slate of Florists Te i:t Stark. F:, d.:
I '
a for I'lf
group .
> T :jj-4t-S:: >
I Lee Turk whose residence and < C I. I.IIIMII. I II" A.l.. *.'
swim at Kmgsley Lake Thursday m.i
the pleasure! last Friday of hear I I mailing :address j iLee Tuik. :;6<>- Fbi -,,1.. owner
:\(l1'ln.: TO .
\1'1 \
: n
ing their husbands' voices on a I afternoonThe In Circuit Court ; -'.'1i S A. fSS Cro-beak A MS 14 Dai, d tin- 1-t day cf.\ u
Krnilfuril County. c.i Fleet. p..,.t Offi0.: w Yolk. i', '. i' '1.ttJ U. Hr.ulfi'i
recording made in; Korea on July revival meeting at Heilbronn I'liirlilni In Chancery.Jtehert New York.You Florida- i

16. The recording was made at ended) Sunday with preach I nit Simmons Simmon, Defendant Plaintiff n. Jt'n- are r""ir.1 t<> appear OsSepteimitur ,
.. I
2. 19::?:. in th. .ib.named \
a birthday party given by a groupof ing at thi 11 o'clock service and I T.. Ca.-e No :?277Notice Court and ,',111-.'. wherein
tppeitr. .
officers of 227 A.A.A. for Col. I dinner .'n the grounds. Everyone ToJetnie: Simmons, whoseriel.cee plaintiff I of i maiden seeks .11\c n.tn.e"r. .. .and 1'i.idford1 retoratli.n Mrs. Louise Carswell

Wall. Major E. DeFlorin acted as : repored an enjoyable day.oi'IF :I and ad.lr.,1' is jnk n.'wpI C.mntTelegiaph ,-hall publi-h thItrIer -
You are hereby notified that a I IWitness Of Green Cove Dies
Master of Ceremonies and introduced suit for in next four w.lvlv I-MI.
: OK ITi:>TIOTit D'vorcehas j>i\\ hand a'nl! >ffn" Ml -*'.11
the various officers whc itKr.iMrn: : ricTmoi s N\MI: nj Stark, Florida, ihi- Ju!> :So,
been filed
against you In the Funeral sef'jct'for Mr- .
spoke their greetings to their v .. tit rdy piven that the I above named Court and au-e andy I li'a! !.

in the states. Ii t tri-fl imiltr! ihP provision* ou aie required| to serve a ..opy of HIF""I1." SEAL) .\ .1 Th .,m.-' Carswrll. 46. of Greet.!\
wives and families .
ii I -r 1" :,:: La ws of Flnriilil. .\- <''1.'I'k >.f -aid Court
I your answer or pleading tu thr Springs who died Satur.la\
record A I 1. ,xii, repi'tiT with the I
Maj. DeFlorin sent the complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney 1Mail,111 L Co-b\ leput'| I'lelkEil !
I' f th- 'irouit f'ourt in and E K. Ferryman Staik! *>. *. I. .
ing to his wife who rounded up Climaxing its annual summer swim program the Rotary C'lub of Kejstone Heights gate a txiUrd (I" nlf. nl 4 '''lInlflate nf Flori- Florida I Ma.-i I. nn>'. FI"lltll.
I afternoon at 3 o'clock in the l I- '
all the wives she could contact shrimp supper Ia.st Friday night at the beach. Top photo sho\\s pan of the crowd of more than 300 d..I i .1"! n p.' ipt of proof of putiliI'n'i and file the original in the office Ail) 1'. foi. IMf < I 4t J2:: .
i.f ihiv ni.t iee. the futitiou of Baptist Church of Green r
in' the Clerk of the Circuit Court I
and played it for them. They who enjoyed this event. In view below ,swimmersho completed the course proudly \\a\e their certificates n.j ..f :SiarK. Hardware <"i.in|>aii> on or before the NOTUT. UP IVTi\TIOX TO Springs She the .
was mot':
return made a recording of greetings lltool.r whi-h I am rncaped in liu, 'l- 2..th day of Augii-t, 1952; iinni-TF.u FHTITIOI s \ Iill>: .1|
to their husbands which Mrs. ant awards. E. T. :Martin: Keystone! Rotary president, describes this summer's program ,iiitw "Ii, \'alllrI'H.: Starke. Fla. otherwise the allegations of said Notice i hereby. gi\','n that the1underignxt I .lerrv (Bo Jack) Carswel'known '!

as the most successful to date.< H C. Ritih and Kvaiyn J). Hitih.vol Complaint will be taken a- con under" tile proiton- young baseball plat ., .
DeFlorin sent to her husband. >- owners Hox 7 g5. Ptarke. Fla j. fl'I'IIi'dy you. of Chapt. .",.'.T1 IM-I\- ..f Florida,
Dated this l Sth day of August A.n. This notice chali oe published Ads of 1941. will r"Ki"I'rlIh the has played American 1.\"
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Shaugh- lessons put on by the Y. M. C. A.I j the degree of "Minnow". They Ba.-tedo Helen Brown Catherine 1952." at Stark-, Bradford County one* each week for four consecutive Clerk. >.f the Circuit Coint in and' Junior Baseball with Stark- '

nessy are the parents of a six and Link Florida. weeks In the Bradford County Tel*. for IJradfoul Count*. Slat of Florida '
were: Sally Dets
born I and sponsored by the Rotary Club: I Morgan Brownlee. Becky Holmes! :Mrs. 8 4t 8 L'SMITICK graph. upon l',...eiI' of proof of iiIdicatjci several season.
a half pound baby daughter, Toney Brault. Richard Rees Dennis Dated this ISth day of July, 1952 ..f tiniiotue.. the fhtitiou.-
close last with I John B.
Jr. I
came to a Friday Dye Lorelei Dye Among those from here an.-
Aug. 7 In Alachua General Hos Feffers, Judy Addison. Jim ftP J:1.: ..<'T10V (OFFICIAL SEAL) -'. J. Thoma name of Thomas Ke-taunint uncle j

The baby has been named a presentation ceremony when Louise Henderson Sherron Allen\ I, J. H WninwriJht.fayor:: nf Clerk of the Circuit CourtDr which I am engaged in business on ; ing the funeral services were A .
pital. Fox, Veazzy Walker. Margaret tarkf'. Florida. Jy'irtul' (If the Marian L Cro-by Deputy clerk 1S not. -uth of Starke. Fla. |
Stephanie K. awards were given to more thana Gray Bob Powers Bill Cooper. Mrs. J. D. Henderson M. Z. Rowe authority \ested in me by law. do i 7,2D4tKir.NOTICI :. ,. D L Thoinaole 0" 'IO'r. Stark*., '; Thomas. Sr. and Jerry 0 CR\

in hundred persons of all ages and bert-by 'all an election to l>e held I i Flu
Dr. Holl announces a change June Miller Dawn Finklea Reba Shirley Kuehn Diana Rowey. Bot at the City Hall in the aforeaidlown
the subject frr. next Sunday as sizes from tiny tots to mothers of Henderson Mrs. Patricia hv the ': TO ..tI'Pi.tltZn !
Hall, Lee Summerlin Mike Shad j Weiland iiialified| voters onTueday. Circuit ('..utl. Bradford County,
teen-agers who had completed the Scptemlier !S. 1952! : for therpiive [ '
announced in the church bulletin.He and Ann Vance. I'liirlila: In ( ha iicery. I Ii
Steven Summerlin Jef1fers .,
I of el"<'ting the following i William K : I II '
tests required in the various (Conver-e. Plaintiff
will speak on the subject "Tc Sam Holmes. Gordon Allen did officer1TI1HEK-: I .
Shad Cindy not quite make \s. Elaine Conri I' 'f'nII"11.0. '
The Discouraged." classes. ALI>KIJMKX:: FOR TWO Case :'\ S.'iJ:: I i iollce
Larry Jones Carol Campbell. i Life Saving but made Shark. LifeSaving YEns '

Swim Classes Close Instructor Bill Holoway had the II Gary Finklea Maryann RhoJes was under the direction of Jn'-pei tor1of said election: > To: Elaine Toppenr.Con\er-e, whose ieidence !

The program of free swimming class of beginners who receivedII. Camille Rhodes, John Allen, Warren Berry. F.W. n.M.llemmingway Edwards and address is: Tnknokn
You are hereby notified that a ;

Recent BirthsMr. born Wednesday in the Alachua George Allen. Sandy Ostrander During the evening the Rotary I Mr 1. *.M IVar lames Rurnham i against suit for Divorce you in the has above been named filed. CHARACTER

General Hospital.Mr. Jim McMurtry. Betty Snson. I Club served a boiled shrimp dinnerto Hay: Stone Court and cause and you ai.- required .
Marion Belts. Mtirl Betts Carol! I In testimo-iy wh> reof, I hereunto to serve a copy of \oiir answer ::111.1! will know standards A> Stnin i t'ha
| more than three hundred .
people. .
and Mrs. Inman Green announce to 'ril. my name md cause the I or pleading to the 0111-
the birth of a daughter and Mrs. Donald B. Ben Stratman. Bessy Ridcnour Mike i The proceeds of the dinner wentto stat! of th- >.aid toun in he hereunto plaint, on the Plaintiffs A? I,.rnv. \ I' !Itoon J earned and maintained by

Marie on August 5 at the Alachua nett of Lawtey announce the birth Siprelle. Pat Donna. Mary Schaf-1 I' help defray the expense! of the AII"II"\iffi\eil p., tliirthe i!II :,2ICOFFICIM. : 0 day of and E. K.file Ferryman the original tarlFI"dd.in I !ti'- otfu.I .., ]II"II' K \ears of faithful attention ill

General Hospital. .of a son Van Wayne on Tuesdayin fer. David Schaffer Linda Lynch swimn.mg program. I SKAUI i' of the Clerk of the Cin.nt i C c.iuri!
in this
I .1 J ( i iviilg economically \ icinity.
\V.unwriKlit. \Iapr. .
Louis Lynch Francis Lynch. I ion or before the 2nd d.i\ ot > ]I"T cIa- .
St. Luke's hospital. I ATTE'T1: : I JohnCitv, (ci.-rk' [ ber 192! : : itlierwise b li'' ail.cn I t tI on-

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Chism arc Mrs. Bennett is the former DOr- I Julia Walker. John Martin and fTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTT.LAVTEY j 8/8 5t 9/5 I, .ofaid. Complaint u.il l I.. .k.n :i- 1
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the proud parents of a Son Rudy, | othy Patel of Starke. Barbara Maine. In rirrnit Cniirt.. Hr.-nlforil Countr.rioriil.ts i i onfsed by j''ou ,
I IJ class was in \ In ( hnnrrry, This notice shall .P puMi-hed 1 i I
The Intermediate ..
: : 'Inn.-! \V \\utrht i IM.imtiff, \'- once each week for fir < M- -u- DeWITT C. JONESPhone
three sections: Fish Flying Fish, I il.imll. \\ 'gIt. l >. f..ii.l.mt: hive weeks in the Jr.If"1I1 c. untj:

only'one < -.IM- :'\n. tr:: .sOrder Telegraph. I 7 Starke, Fla.
and Sharks. Some: received L. II. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,
,I Dated thi2S: day of July, I! ; :2!
.' .
of .hli..ntl..nn,1 \iilii-e 'In
INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE award. some two. others three. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
\ III.-:": tite of rioriila 'lot
I Clrrk of the Circuit Court I ,
': Those who received the Fish lxii ill. \\'II i iglit, \\hn-f residen e I lj' Maiian 1. "Ci.-b>., I..uty. ClerkK r' ---- ,\
and adilr.is 2617 I.a Mirada
Elsie Oliver Redai T. B. Clark and! S. I : : .i 4i !t! :.1:::
Ben \
.award, were: |I Young AHilhuood, C'.ilifornia I I Funeral Director Ambulance Service
i I Robinson. Romeaia Dodd Polly of Baldwin in last You ar. -quired to appear on"III'ml" I IItII"TI.:1l ,
were Lawtey
''''11(1: 01' i vi r.vi ION in
: L &. 19.12. the aho\
r in Our local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and :
Hall Nancy Hall Dan I week on business. named Couit and cause, wherein : : 1.-1'1'1111'' \ '''

''DOdd. Joel Brault. and Thelma plaintiffeeks \ ,'e.irradford :Notice IK heibgiven. that the I services not otherwise available. :
% I H. C. Kelly was in south Florida County Telegraph shall undersigned ii liii. r tin* provisionof ,

Allen. last week visiting relatives. publish this Order: in next four Chapter :0.9I: 1.8\8 of Florida. sr44srSrJSSSSStSStSSSSSSSS.SS 4
.sssrr SS.S.PaSSSS
Acts of ittll! will register with the
j. Those who received two awards weekly issues. .
Bar- The A. E. Massey family returned Witness my hand and official sealat Clerk of the Circuit Court in and We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and ,
Fish! and Flying Fish were: for ITadford County. State of Florida -
e and'S Starke Florida Ihisugut I.
.. bara Allen. Stewart Jones to their home last Thurs- 1932.L upon receipt of proof of publication accept ANT life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY \
day after spending their vacationat L (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thrma of this notice the fictitiousname
in full funeral.What .
In on a
lesft'Television Bob Morgan, Bobby Red- AP Clerk of said Court. of P. T. Thomas Lumber Coistider company, as payment part or

Dishinger BambiLa Boenita Springs with Mrs. Ily Marian T,, Crosby Deputy Clerk which we are engaged in Consultation carries no obligation. \

and Service fearn. Chip Rhett j lacse1 parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles It hess, 204 Guaranty LifKuildmg. .. hUl'inf..n t' S. :::01' -oiith ofStarke ._ I 1 .. _--. \
Mort. Darlene Campbell. ''L. B. Jacksonville, Florida. I Fla

-e-ssflss=.rrssrflssflflsrtsspflnpsp.tflssflfle I Fox. John Brownlee and Caro! Hogue. Att>'s. for I'lf. II '8 4t S 2? _ _ _
I Miss Betty Devine of Jacksonville I
Hughes. I In Circuit curt nradfcrd Counly, ,
224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Those who received all three: 'I i is spending her vacation herewith Florida In ("haorerj.Kalph ,

i' her I Alo x.lI.d"r Hall Plaintiff \ ,
Carol Hutson Shirley Dye Jackie parents. I i.M.irp.int I l-.tlit]! I Hall Defendant .,

STARKE, FLORIDA Stinson. Larry Brown Michael i I' Miss Beulah Revel; was visitingMr. i, ..( Piililirnlinnnil<"ase"No 4.1 ice!93fHi loi I IIOr.lf'r I want is a Coke

.. ., ,, Post Eddie Stuckey. and Mrs. E. M. Futch last I
Hall. Jimmy : \ | |>i-nr: "|;,Ic of I'liirliln Tot I Ii

ArThur Dodd. Dick Siprelle. Henry Sunday.Dr. Mar!.:.in t 1 -.,11.1 1 Hall. hose ;;
I n-ul It. anti .nidi.-- 222Vet .. wtp: .
it. > i- j ,
Hall Lyn Hughes, Carol Romey. I and Mrs. \V. T. Walters were' 77th :Stm t t. Cinunun: Frankltnj] ... .... ,( "

Mike Walrath. I business visitorin Jacksonville.. ,I n..t.. i. :N. w ''.'.i k :24.: :'\. Y. II | ; "..\' t. "
M It M lo Siptelle ( ':. /'
I You are r.iinred| to appear crSipteml.ir .A .
Frances Rcfve last Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. I s. i'! :,:', !II) th.. .11.nam..d .'.\ > .
Not) man Powers 5. I "
('unit and 1"J; js" \\ hiniJilainllff .r..w. '
and Mrs. L. F. Sweat ol: ... '.
AjWatson. and Kay Charles. I k- ili\"Ht ) r.tdf.r1I : ",
I Hp Jacksonville; was the guest of MrsSweat's .. '..unlr Telegraphhall. publish thi- ;
Thi-si were under the direction of (Irel.'r in ni'\l' four wt-Kl\ i 'inWitne -. Your thirst calls for omo Iviml i of .
I parents Mr. and Mrs. C. mv hand and official enl ,.
.. .
Paul I'rouch. i F. Carter during the weekend. at Starkf j..I..ida. this August t. i _,. N.<)0( ..."'

l I The advanced grout reviewedall I Mrs. H. E. Priest was visiting:: 1952(OFFICIAL! SEAL) A. J. Thomas | refreshment your taste tel U .s ou ;: j > .:;. ... ..

the classes and finished with As Clerk of said Court '
in Jacksonville last Sunday after
I. i Py Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk, If.
Life Saving These \ureBobby: Alan C Winter. .Ir 403 SmithIuildinp. to be sure it's ice-cold Coca-Colo. "

noon.Mr. I Ja.'k-i.nxille I Florida. .. '1' "
I and Mrs. Henry Hill. wh(; Att>'s for I'lf. ti'S 4t 8'29 ;: .

[ r !, have been living in FoMyers'I I 'OflCnI'I'C.H .(-:...:

for several months returned U; iln rirniit (',.."t. Hrn.lforJ f'.ut,

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S their home in West Lawtey las've t I'liiriiln: In ('hn neery.I I /f'
: l-ral 1-:111"11 ri.nnnff:: > Willie
\ <>k. |11.1' Kll'M.n I li.f.ndaT, ,'
4 ..-. No. !'305otlre .
JUST ONE Mr.*. A. D Crosby of Starkwas > Tit.pur..

the Saturday\ ( night guest oMr. fl| Tc \\ iltit Li *. Kilf.n: : whr'.e
FRIGIDAIREMade ii-id .ind ddr--' i- t'nknowiYi ,
CHICK ma ninnamm and :MiL. H Full h. I" tii-
notified that
-i arth..rd..y a I eI
omr /* mi 1. r
: only by General I J'"r' 'q-

smut rot Motors Corp. All other TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTHEILBRONN )I.a- I j.. n f.1",1 1 npam-t you in th i .
AMD MOM I .i'\ >. named Court and raufe and I
Electric Refrigerators are you a-e required !serve! a copy ofM %
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U--, ,.r1- }\ er or pleading to th ,
.. Men.. made by other companiesand i inplail; HP the PlailtiffT'OMI -

cannot use the word K\' Marian NormanAAAAAAAAALLAAAAAAAAALAAA .\ Y T Flank Land II 111. 1
:S'ark'! Florida
Sftm PI T c.n. Frijjidaire. .tel ftc. th "r.l-nl1.d( in the office ...

...11I1 ...1 1111.1UClUtmII tl 1 *. ,'j* rk. ,.f the Cirmit Court i'U .
i r tiefor the ,
: F. \\'. Johnson of, Miami Ml 1, ,Ia'I -'I''f.r.! 152; I Ii A(' .
... CIIUII __ Want A GeiuieFRIGIDAIRE i other" i-e th>. allepation*. of said; I .
was \i-iUnp 1 thi Normans Sun- .
iM: lie take a- cnnf.ts.s--1!
I n.w RIM Complaint n
? ? e:1\: : .d by yon. ,
This!': notice shall be published /.
; t__ 1 THEN SEE Mr and Mrs J. S. Sapp of once t'aC'h't'ek for four consecutive I ,
C&aPIllING Ttl"-
Staike Mrs weeks in the Eradford County
were visiting Mr. and
graph. I
Leroy Norman Thursday. Tiated th.fi daof August. 19,;::
Mr C. C. Crosby of Bay less wasvisitng Clerk ot the Circuit Cnuct I

: Mr and Mrs. Ancel Nor By M..r..in I. 'ro-bv. Deputy. ClerkS .',.'. .2rr .
and Temple Aye. c 4t ." \

Km. CAM rttci ",an Wednesday.Gkmla \. .: '

Starke, Fla. Varm-s left Saturday \rmrc Tn \rpr\n \... .
llrn.llur.l (Coont. :
In Circuit Court ,.
1, 'ii a few days vacation in Orlandc I "lnrl"\1 In Thaneer*.
Mill I'l.i !' ". > .
'.\ th her father. Frank :S r

SHEARS t t Weekend of Mrs. I Miller! D, fendant C... s i ,
guests Delor :. '
$34e50Ea."Y I \ ,.tire Te %ppenr.All" .
Carmichael were Mr. and Mrs .
,ALl $II -I w.c-t...... L VAUENTION 'I'" e Miller.. eC .
fSs.kS.dNSIN. Merrill Beech and Mrs. Ted Shultz and address is i' <. MrBoflet. "

hi..tItI..1ic.. Ptiee Arranged .>t Jacksonville.Keith 2H-'l: 75th .\\'i. . M. : .." "
\ rneutD.. "a '-jdl'. Q'/ j I. :

r IIttII Md.ib.'" s.. fm* ....driH...S.w .. If You Have Reddish was admitted tc I land.You New are York.hereby tie t.f.. : : i )?/
: the hospital Saturday afternoon for __
ft>M m* PINE OR CYPRESS fur an appendictomy. We wish vi"r- Chas ,
IK ofcn'f fio him been flied itralr.'.t \ '
a speedy recovery. a tevve named Court .f 1 1iou Ii 5. .
Saturday night guest of the R i are reii'.nred to r ,
veer ar--r cr pl -
L. Morgans were Mr and Mr? 'f TV t! .
Small Tracts i: 1tU.t '
Large or .' ?Jt1l4'I': \ ji// .
R L. Morgan Jr. of Jacksonville : -i-\ T. FSer r /
: -. FJ. ; "J. ,
}Ve Buy All and Marian Norman. Thev alsc !1..b. L ,' ,
r f'!
!1. '
MAtt THfi COUPON TODAY accompanied the Morgans tr / ; i

PAY TOP PRICESI White Springs to a family reuninn 1 I .

Miss Frida Green who Is stayingin :

CMEVACU STORES I Jacksonville spent the weekend WILL PAY CASH ., JL"

with her parents Mr. and Mr?. /

-WSV.. Forsyth St: Ja'k* \.ille. Fla. I Write or Call Bill! Green For Saw Logs '" ,f.

I I Gentlemen: \\oulil like a FKKK: hOME lOXSTliATIOX: of Grady Varnes has; returned AND ITU'WOODTIMUEIt '
the Brand New Men-trio Tortahle St"\\ Ing Machine priced at B. THOMAS home from a thre weeks vaca- / ,:
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I /
I >3".:>O" I understand there is no obligation to buy. ion with his father in Orlando.Mr. 5

LUMBER CO. and Mrs. James Gaskins of Post Card Will Bring; Me

Name Tampa spent the weekend in this
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I I Address _______________________________________ PHONE 211-J community with their parents.Mr. lOTTlfO UNDM AuTHOIiTY Of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY

P. 0. Box.735 and Mrs. Freeman Crosbyof I 'Dick' Thomas COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
City ___________
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STARKE FLA. Tampa srnt the weekend I
If R.F.D. Atldrfv*-1'lea.se Send Specific Directions. BT-2 I LawteFla.. I 1952, ThE COCA-COU COM'ANYI
visiting "CO&"da.st..Jfrod.-4Krk.
here. -
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'I! Mr and Mrs. Osale Hawkins II I I


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Hampton Baptist 'Hour of Power' TVTTTTTTTTTVTTYTTYYYTYTT j,, meeting m our Community thuweek Orangeburs S cWl
'' :Ira!! St.itko to HiV : 1 ;
.1\\i'lhl",, !) I
GRAHAM The Giahim Baptist Chuuh : !; u ? '' V.ALVAREZ' :

revival !meeting starts August :2"?"' -

4 t Ih lir". : KwMoi.e! t i.- Invited to attend.ADDRESSES i-

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\' : 1Is II
yP 1! X'uti.i Willis of I
\V. S Edmondson. 651S S \\
't !:: the ..
Baptist Church First Christian Church"Christ w. 1 weekend with I 39th St. Miami. Fla. TTYTYTYYYYTTYYYYYTTTTYYTYTYYYYYTYYYYYTYYTYTYYYTNOTICE
j \1 r. and Mrs. Albert
( I Frank \V. Rosser I-..! L. M 1.1,1!
Loved the Church" will The friendly church in the heart \1' .1.,1 1 Mrs. I dos Ft. Worth. Texas.
be the sermon subject this' SUn- of town extends a welcome to all McKjnn i'i' Mrs.:: H. A. Druns-on. Rt I P. \
I I i.tinesviUe were Sunday \ I t't! U-* do the )Jill! tot \t till .
day morning at the First Baptist to worship at all its services 111111"1,, guest! of his parents Mr. i i ii j I. t plt'll'' We liu-.il: .ind ,
operate "iusanf.ru :
Bible school begins at 10 withclashes )- I.I
Church of otarke. The church a.m. :and) Mi r" John McKmney. Sunday I I It TUXEDO dM.irui', an\. \t hmin I "*.
for all I
ages. Bring entire ,, :t MOVING
Choir will sing, directed by Mrs. Pictured tDov i I. Bong -egation at The regular Wednesday 've" 1'11"11 guests of the McKinney? i ,..
family so they may get the ring pra\fi servo i'! the First Hapnsi "IU) .h Hamu'.o It !i- ';"if Mi and Mrs E. Y. Durkee of II! FEED STORE locwtte..M : ,
:Mona Canova music director. proper training to fit them for HolUwoo.l. and Mrs. Albert Now I I r Phone 311 or 250-J
believed by to ht mi' of J
many tlulargest !>rat mee'inglions ; ngreg.t
Sunday evening at the Happy Hour I'I life. I .nan; and children of Starke.I Keystone Heights sto
I in North Florida a'"l pc ;laps the lal't u: tnt area based
the Pastor's message will be Morning worship begins at 11 I :\ and Mr>. Carroll Weather -- vfi'llent Storage Farilituu. -
on a yearly average. Tht'rel' 126 in attemiaii the night this FEEDFERTILIZER -
"Where Will You Be Two Minutes a.m. The Lord Supper is servedat tOn of Lutz spent the weekend
;! picture was taken, and he Wednesday previous to that there were here
after You Die"? This I U 11:15 a.m. and the morning'' visiting relatives.
an evan
present. The pastor Rev. Bob Gray, says there is nothing in I ALVAREZ"igrnts '
gelistic message! of assurance tc mt'jsage'i11 be brought at 11:30 the way of a special attraction but. "simply the appeal to Christian Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs SEED .. PLATSII. ;4)\
G.V.. Rivers were Mr and :Mrs
the believer. The Chapel Choirof I Evening services begin at 7 p.m. folks to come and pra' for the Lord's work". A special invitation is .
D. L. Shaw of Lacrosse. Mr au.lMrs. for Ihiclur 1:1'0.\,
Youth will sing, directed by
with Christian Endeavor. Evan extended to all visitors to attend the mid-week service of this V JOHNSON: : *
:Miss : J.V. Kelley of Brooker :Mr +
Aliese Lawson with Mrs 1
err Hldi
church, called "The Hour of ; :v ( our! v
appropriately Prayer" I
Thelma Dinkins at the grand pi- gelistic services at 8 p.m. The I andIr Allen Thornton of1!' PROPRIETOR

The will ,public is invited. Prayer meeting Auburndale, Mr. and Mts.: II"\O I,. .J
ano. congregation sing
I I ...... _
8 Kelley of Jacksonville -- -- -- -
during the Happy Hour requested each Wednesday at p.m. The Hampton Baptist I (Church of Christ Mi and ,

hymns and gospel choruses I(I I study will bp fie 1st chapter of Corner 10th and McMahyn Mrs. Leon Ellington and) bab01

Sunday School meets at 9;t5:1 t Ephesia ns. In the absence of the:: pastor. Starke and Miss Julia Tibia :N,, \ I

with Orie Wiggins, superintend. Homer Swindall, Minister Rev. Bob Gray, the speaker at all Bible Preaching School-10 A.A.M M.and 7:3u York. .. FURNISHED FREE WITH PURCHASE OF

ent, in charge of the fully graded services Sunday will be the Rev. P.M. Pat'ynn is pending t\v.
of God I weeks in Tampa with1, and I
school. Training Unions gather at Church Alton Dobbs of Starke. A cordial Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
6:45: with J. T. Lawson, directorof I each Wednesday 7:30: P. }1. Mrs. Bobbie SurrencvMr. H
the unions. Starke-8th &: St. Clair SM. invitation is extended to all to be | Everyone welcome.Presbyterian and Mrs. Bill !Maine ..illtlI ANY NEW RANGE IN OUR STORE

Mid-11'eek Service will be held Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning present at 10 o'clock Sunday I children of Orlando were visiting
with the morning for the Bible School, Don ] [ his sister Mrs. Alice Stalling "M-I
Wednesday by
message Worship 11 a.m. Evening Church \
the Pastor from the 23r l Psalm Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service Hill superintendent. "There were the weekend.
j and of and Sunday School at 9:43.: ; I Little Vincent and Jam!'- :'ok. ONE 50 GAL. PROPANE TANK
145 !
a period testimony Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer :Meeting in attendance last Sunday;
praise for all. Friendship.Class 10 a.m. Kinney are spending two weekat
7:30: p.m. Thursday. come and help us to go over 1501!
Morning service conducted at: i| Lutz visiting relativesWe
A cordial invitation I is extendedto : Lawtey I
this Lord's
Day and receive the ]11 a.m. are having cottage
all to join in these worship servIces Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn I I prayer d
blessing with us," the C
pastor sa 's.
I each week at the First Baptist 'ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving I -5;
Training Union meets at 7
church of Starke. Saturday, 7:30: p.m. p.m. I St. Edward's CatholicRev. I n
opportunity is given for .
i ,-
Richard Lyons. pastor. ...
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I training in the Word of God for
h "tit"
rt I
4 Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. I
I Church membership. Mr. Ottc I I .
I Weekly Mass at S: a. m. '
1 i Hicks Sr. is the director. H To Buy
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Starke : Confessions Saturday 7:30: to i- .
The pastor will be preaching in ;|18:30 j : P.M.Children's. {; '

,, I Tampa at thf Buffalo Avenue iffr:
-- -- Catechism Classes .
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor Baptist Church where Dr. Roy j:I I Wednesday:O!) P.M.1IOMF'O111Ni "I 1I or

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town :Mason outstanding radio evangelist I I -:-:=:
is the pastor. I
PHONES: Office 23 i -.I'astorium130 I I'LANNKI: I '
,- --- AT N. PLEASANT GKOVK<< : rI J Pay
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Morning Services "The Love Christ for His Chun'h"E'ening At The Tabernacle j j
I| Homecoming will be observed a tl I Ij i
Services "Where Will You he .Minutes: :' The laMe won the Bible i
Quizp j North Pleasant Grove Baptist t ;( NOTES OM ExceptRange
After Death? held at the Tabernacle last Satur-
j I (Church on Sunday, Aug. 17. There '
,, day night. The broughtthe GROWING'YES.
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I will be a basket dinner and sing I,
SUNDAY SERMONS11:00: AM.|: 8:00 P.M.: Sunday sermons and a ten I II there is a problem |lUst
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Training Unions 6:45 P.M.: I minute program of instrumental I i, ing\ in .the afternoon. E'erybodyinvited. growing During the H '
!, 'i Raymond Brown. ]
music preceded the evening serv-1'i iict'
MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:45 P.M.: I 'teen age. it's clothes that are

I always becoming too small and

VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR A letter has been received from i I II I Recent Birth \ After twenty you are always

:Otis: > Ph'llisIartin:: telling of her I
outgrowing your insurance
sate arrival and placement in Mr. and Mrs Luke J Feeney
Your car needs fire theft and i Gas
Ecuador. 'announce the birth of a daughter You
liability insurance get _
Karen Colleen. AUehua: Genera!
married, and need insurance on -
Auto Insurance Rates -
Liability Hospital on Aug 1 -
Theressa ChristianServices your wile's jewelry etc You '

buy a house-fire coverage on it
are held each Thursday -i and household

Will Increase Sept. 25 evening at 8 p.m. at the GH 5011{ n E G 055 I !P owners liability.propertyproperty Of course-
Christian Church. Your I :
these are only a few of the types
I presence \is welcomed. Make a''
offered this
of insurance by
special effort to be present and; By "Shorty"Igoo ,
so why not drop in
SEE US TODAY bring your friends each Thursday I agency let us see if there are any discrepancies Tank Furnished Free -- Installation Free
evening. o
I ti o'oI
Save Up To 1.; Per Cent Plus The I Homer Swindall. minister, ar I in your. present
i! yW I j insurance program.I


TO BEGIN' REVIVAL 0 I i H. C. Wall Agency,

Revival services will begin at Q Jf1ITi

Conner & Gay Insurance Agency ': Graham Baptist church Aug2(' o r JvN. -Constant Service Over PHONE 121 ST.\RKK FI.X.

j at 7:30: p.m. and continue fur ten (Ell)() Years-

116 N. Court St. Starke Phone 285; day-. Cottage prayer meeting.- ; Please -- -- .. ... -- -- -- -- -- -- -- .. .. ., ,
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neration for the meeting The .
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'I associational Sunday school !

monthly meeting will be held with I "Hey, Pete cut down ont I

our church Tuesday Aug. 19 a the Dl'Z!"

ANN0UNCE,11ENT ': 7:30: p.m. The entire communitys ,
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WISH I TO AXXOt'M'E THAT I 1IAVK the being church blessed and by we the extend Ministry an inflation of "'eo ",hll" our lx>-t to I ei\e our I Tflf@lJBrlItelfl/tttllJ/JriJJ1 !
i !
OI''': tU: MY OFFICi: IX Tilt: to all. Rev. John Strick cur the finestu>>h in to\'n.I oufhift tIJItfi

HKMIWKK:: : m'ILIUM; 'land of Raiford will be our evan1relist I

(:JENERAL PRACTICE Sardis as song leader. i I I i I,

"} nEHEss.\: I, '''N''; 'z."h: ?" ,
Dr. R. D. HAMILTON i CHRISTIANciiritrn ,
I Sales & Service
j Why not plan to attend the i
II 01' RS I j evangelistic svrvice at the Theressa ,I

church which is hell\ eacThursday h IAAAAVAAAAIA1uAIAAAAl ,,
9:00.12:00 A.M.: 2:00 1:00 I P.M.:
: 8 Kaiser Frazer i
evening at p.m. Henry-J
11'I f-
7:00 9:00: P.M.TELEPHONE : welcome all to this service. DE.LEHSIIIPTemple ,

you have never attended do si Ave. Ph. 32Television I
this Thursday and weeks to fol
I 3.9!) r ti
low. .

Homer Swindall MinisterOODLAU .. .
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\rrisT T nirum TipsCHARLES" .l yF h zY
The 'oodlawnlissinnarp Bap.I .

I tist Church reports a wonderful -- II i

Are We Drifting time at services last Sunday Won't! .

you come out and visit with us"

with the 'Current' ? I j Sunday School 10 a.m Preaching '- '.

.. .. I j at 11 a.m. and 7-30: p m Wf>dnes ,-
f ,.,.. .-'
J I day night Song & Praise Service u '
... iat 7:30: p m A. G. Fl nrl. supply ..\ Great General .Motor* t ta/w .'
/ *" \
A dangerous current i te carrying millionsof pastor.

people to their destruction;today. It is IcII'RCHOfI i } ['. CIUUSTOF (SAN, BORN OF WOMAN,

-' a currant based 'upon' the fdetx l that men LATTER DAY SAINTS IS OF FEW DAYS '

caicn individual is incaPable:of(workin gOut Masonic Temple, Call Street AND THEN A DEAD END No car offers you more for your

his dwn problem*.cut dof, .charifnq hisowri I Sunday School every Sunda: ; WondeJj l A money-in power, performance
.. .
-0' ".* ,, morning 10 a m. Sacnment Set 0 ti. and
the beautiful
"' rii' economy-
material destiny. fs ;, jr- L 1 I
i i ices 6:30: p m. A cordial &'+.:.4.. I et.y 1952 Pontiac.Pontiac .

There is being fashioned" a"super" bodyof I i" extended to all. is the lowest-p,;( t'd:
Drive it !
men who, in ordwjo "save", the i individual F ,, Miles! Yourself stTai flt-ei ht America.. Pontiac

from his"ineffectiveness.," pro '.1'+) 'c, ,, There's onh one Nay to reallv feel! is the lowest-priced car with Dual/
Let Us Thoroughly the thrill of handling one of the Range Hdra-Matic Dri'ttilt"
poses to plan his life and efforts from mo tspertacularperformeraonthe
cradle t to : Wash Your Clothes r road. (.ume in; today and drive ityourself.Thenliscencoourdealand transmission that puts more shwr
: grave .
ease into driving than you ever

What real American could ever tolerate! 9 PoundsFor hnd out how amusingly easy it is thought possible. And with Pon-
., to own this wonderful 195J Pontiat!
40c! new economy axle cutting
such>, bondage? ,
t< WonderfulMileage engine revolutions) up to 30%, thi

FREE Bleach If Desired 1 1rwnple Dollar: :for Hollar is the thriftiest Pontiac ever built'

; ova Star Come on in and get the figures-
Communism, Fascism and Socialism Pretend
i Our internal qualification arechiefly cant beat they all add up to one conclusion i :
They Will Elevate the Individual in / you a
: Reality
t.> ere wt"11ilh hihnierchandiM You just can't buy more driiin;!

They Subjugate and Debase Him! We Win trade pleasure Optionalat turt con

Dry Your Clothe
Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties.

New For Automatic 20cIn Orient Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed I i y .It

urr'iir!' Florida //alhnal Group The %Washeteria Sales and ServicePh. I

I 239 Starke 400 Temple Ave. Pho 203 Starke Fla.
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Wilson Shooting "i.u are hereby! n..tl..J'! that a I I.'''mmi''Mi>nr< of Uradford I
< t
suit GIrlnron "UII- :> ; 10PPBW your answer or pleading 101 the
Legion Tourney. 'Y
D D 0 'e .. In Circuit Curb Hni.UrJ Cutr i-i.mplaint on. the PlaintiffsAttornex
Termed Accidental \ J Th aua: 'I; 1 kit T. (
hoc iieen filed against y"vi in the I, Flotillas: ID Chancery "ra',1. I.indium,
I all.namtd Court and Floridaand
ause and I I Lilly\ Pilttt \al11lr..z.i Pi.tlntlff: xsVi'inan file "i I,..
Aarons you are required to uriRi-ul la the office
Released serve a Lop >f
Ends Here i M TH K :' i.f the 1'1,11.| of Hit. ',
With I tour answer or pleading 1) the Uiiiurrz l> '.trnd.intCas : t runt Courton
Thi -x t'oinifil or t.r. theIlth
":ii'aint: the Plaintiff .
v on -.
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." 1 l-'th I.' .. at :. i hI PM: it Starke I'i I dot ..f Sept mt ., ,
fHII-DUEX Ii ing your parents up yyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy O J Aaron, 25far old 'r: Th..rulI.r.IIlI.. jfSurke l4"I Jotheixvls
negro. I ''Flnriot.I. r.xi-e. .(l sp T.I'p..r..* I ITI ..
to date Tell them to get I'LASTl- Florida the r.-.t 'at ion I'' th. allegi' 'n- pf said
KOTK Transparent Finish at MATTRESSES was release.! last weekend from I and file the original :in the ..ffi,'" books of the lit> ..f ,. Normii' Hamiirz. whi -> r. -tI.nr mplai't( \\ iil be taken as ('.>nft -
Home & Auto Supply Jax Post Winner 'I f the Clerk .' and the folloxxing: nall\o'- vx errstriken sse<| be y'.u
Farm ? of the .
OF ALL KIVDSRENOVATED jail after being cleared in the Cirt.u.1 ( ''uron ( and address 1 is \m I pth "
Keeps linoleum floors and woodwork 1 r b-fore the from the book f..r the :fleet N. W York. Nr: y.tKY"U .. Thin .nutlte.I hall >e published
shooting of another Eugene '. leisont.ited The fount'1xill' \nn nrr r.i t \ t.t'U foi fur r, 1I"'utive
negro. 1.lh of .
KleaminK I j) day Septemln-r 1': '. ,. ate hereby l\.t.,1 th i' a ....
\\e.k in the: r.radfi.iit
the .1"
.tl.-\\, session on P'tli HII'X Telegraph -
Wilson, his fellow pulpWOOd worker l-e thr all"K.tll"lI- .aidI'omplalnt .. uit f..r ,
FOR SALE-Sweet Yellow Lupine ''I The first State Tournam'nt.American Will I... taken .t- .on \iijiist. 195; *.*at then' it-Kulr. .. .,' h.\ .,. .-' .I\ '.-1 1 1ttol 1'it.d '. > .1.! \ \ ,. Mji
Inc limy of 1)1) I' :M h. tc |1" ;
> f> u 'i
fe!'"t-d by 1.
seed Hairy Indigo, new l'ropI'.n..a'ola I Junior Baseball I you plaints. if ant1l,1 t.. ret.r... tot i>f nn nor Ii,:.i. t 1h.is I'E'rI't I vi. :-..1'1.: |., .-\.1| |ri.mas.
Legion This .
Bahia & certified V-'ilson shot the side by shall b* published .. .
I ) was in 'I.I 10..1\ tiled mauist you I. lerk of iho''trr'I 1 Courtl .
that have
Hunts been ftiMxtrik.
Southland Oat seed. Buy ": once each week for four c.ms..uth' f rroiu ''' ,Ii.\. 11.\\ C.mt .111.1' .. and '. .. .
i ,. to be held in Starke came to a Aarons in Lincoln City. Tuesday.July I weeks the n ause l \Lu'au I. i \ !II. jMtv I'i''rk
in Bradford .
before prue.s go up Seed drying CountyI :\anv" r..m.r"m' K>'iri-t' r..i,\' \ ', :t. I MI I ,1\ .I. '.pj. ..f i 4 '.
& .aninltZ,., Kla. W. HamiltonIlrookei : rousing close last Friday night 29. with a gun Aarons had I I I Dated this u day of AUBUpr: ttook..f "'?H' tit ST'nke.\ Fl! .' .1 I tI'rrth.I
when been told "would not shoot.** (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. .Thomas. Bronke. Dead:
the Post Nine Generals of .
I Clerk of the r..tirt' :MrLizzie' Brxant 1.1 1
volt In: Fur-ushed apartments ; Jacksonville Aarons wa held for investigation f;} :Mirian If i'rosl. -.nard K Colson Uml
outscored Hialeah DeputiM'rk
3 rooms, bath. rnclosrd I I. by Sheriff P. D. Reddish Jo: L ( :Inffi-. DeadEdgar T
I U 4-
:9 ;
porch Apply 426 South St. I Hufstetlet! 1I Kemiix.ilK ,
Post 32 by 20-7 in the final game Wilson
Sheriff Reddish talked with
TuckN Auto Cafe tfchgFOIL I I. Huiiock T'I11..1Ihulo'.k.
I :
II I of the double elimination content last week in the Alachua Gen Minn in nmiir.itsNt'the I I':..,I'X l K..Ml"\....|
sweet Is h..r..IIr git ..ii tl, t 'h.. \\0. ;: {Hofniifster 1111.\i tPa000G'Jo
\I.J---XII' d i '
I eral! Gainesville and ''lo.tI.t of ... ., ,,
Valeni oranges $1.0:; l 1111 I I The Generals will now move tc Hospital in County t. '11"-l 1 II .fnile-teT. i 1.1
N'o ale accidental. Wilson will arrive )iidat In' "., \' 6... h r, 'l I U .' [
farm Hung .mtamer Wilson said it was Hrnibne. :> n'
. Snnd.iNVtr railroad dei>ot.C : 'the regional tournament in Flor \ :\r. s. ptrnih.-i _. \ : i : f \- II. ml.r-t.. I\.
V J. ukJohns..n ( : says he was in another room ttvowaradio sx'vt.." i 1 'I I :. hn-. I' nii
I once S. C. Aug 1S-22 hit \\.111 l-tar ; .
'ttl .
: : lnfllotlIal
Country Fla :5r11; -+ with his back to Aarons when he i i "n. II..ul
i i' !r.tn-ml--I"'I i ij '. .
The tournament \ \ ill l--t I K. i x- .1.11 I
game.were heard a click of the revolver j txxn rin .t. HUHtin' -. "n \\' .
ltt t i :M itire 1 1i it dr )
u\\\ .\ \M:>IIHN \i' 10 I Inil.u i 1''I., 1 !i. i. |In': v _" n. .
well attended especially the night Moments later Wilson had a iv x I \\ 11\ 'r-ti. .1 I' (.1
t..Mn itn: "'1'nnit I I'lltX .Hunt. n l 1'a I I I I't. .. ,.;. '. : I., II i:. Mm 1 i. .. ".'.i I II
hole his side where a .3? \\11 h '. .. .
Sell profitable auto supplies radio" gamesand officials of the local gaping in t L. V u I Im I I' 1.01"\: i (Iv idH .
bu'vcli's, elritrical I applian.es calibre bullet passed through hi.- I" |I' IN -. 'I ": I i'i: I ..i.I.I IM
goods, ..t... : I Post state that they "broke even"on K-thr" II i i 1
Sporting H K: NI !I.MIT 1-: ?'
Like oxer 26UO owners, of \\.... .. I body. He was rusVd to the I i I''Y .. 1'- i I' !I.. 1 it..:\,1 i
Stores ,' : the event. Loral merchants lion p : > ..., .
Auto \'lI'lall' you Gainesville hospital in critical con 1'r i k i: ,1 i iI

capitalize consumer on \\Vhtern aiceptame Auto's nationwide had! agreed to underwrite the ex.I, diiion Sheriff Reddish say Wilson !!I 11.2:" "a ...i..I...... ... .......... ." .. .. . >I I.\ IHs''!I 1\! .'. K...'.1 i ,..\ d'
No .. .. .' mi', in ".t ,"tHi .'. ... .
\alue-gi\i'iK: .iii I pence if the tournament lost will recover : \i'I! .ilk.>r. I It. "
!II: .1 i ., B
needed we train you I I'ViU I '. m.ix.il: :
capital 1 of $:>.2.11 needed. \\'rit money but prospects are now that J, I \\ H > .m M. 1111"\,1,
us foi information I \orirn 10 UMT.tit \ :M \\' H 1'ntn.
little; if any. of this mOney put In Circuit Court llrntlforil County.
\\ *:"TInI'TII: '-II'I'I.'n Vlorlilti In C..nnrerTK. r ..
ttSO F.amt ::trd Street ''up in advance will have to be i; 11:1: In III. Plaintiff. v- K.-I :\l 1I. li /
Ja........,III... I'lorldaFOt'It used. i I.Jt-.- llainni 1 ftnil.niti .- -- ,-.
/ Beautiful Blonde
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for sale :\...1.." To \""..lIr. I
... '. Iminokalee T : I Cri.t kC!:. M:mini. w'I. It."
) i at YM<' \ \iinp ,.
.. "" "io1.I and add1- I 11111.' "\i
Vvallable near A lilt.Krystonr it:_3t|> !"/:!:! : Five Candidates ,I i suit Yon iivorre for arthrrelj> notified thil :T Photo.Combination .

FOR SM>R-!HO-acre farm, has been filed against: you in th' .

25 feed timber cleared bearing 150 with Hampshire other petan 10(half cows trees lied pasture 12 I,' hogs hilUs',,! / : : I In City RaceFour your above complaint are answer named required on or Court to pleading the serve and cause Plaintiff a copy to yidyou th-of' l Was 279.95 JellN @@!l@@!

barn & other buildings. J..f>(' -11'I Attorney. A Z.lkin-. Ji NOW
of I.a wl..r on .. .. 239.9Phone 5
1 1111 north : I JTJ FII-I ANt-mir. l;aun-s\ ill.Floriil.i OXM t
ZOO C10U: -W It Struklandlip I .
!If I: more candidate for the and file the original in the offi. i.f
:; : I City Council's three seats in the the Clerk of th* ("ir.'uit Court on \ home isn't 40inj>lete with
j SO Starke. We not only offer the South's most popular
Fla. you
or before the -
FOIL RFNT-Five room :! :; I
out one conic in and see it,
9 election -
lights, water and bath. $:tn '' Sept general city paid Hth day of "III"IIIIJ..r.| 14'2. gasolines-Crown and Crown Extra-but Mobil-
mo I. P.. Jordan 2 mi out : their qualifying fees this week otherwise the allcpatloni: of said l and anti want it.I :
blk '. off Highway IS. P.t : Complaint will > e taken as '
oil Esso Extra Motor Oil, Atlas Tires and Batteries -
Clerk Carl Johns. .
304 I t : according to City :d liy > .u. l..nr..1''I'I 5-I'c. HlondeBedroom ,1.zu.1 .5..... I .1.
1 They are: Lucian O. Hazen. This'notll'e shall h ttly and the many other products and services
once each week for four consecutive I
n.NTIXi I'ldia Formosarale. .. James A. Lewis G. Paul Raymond.I weeks in the Eridford County Tele- you need for IOW-COM transportation. .:.
plants 10 to 12 in. Hi each "' graph. '
rooted and branched. Azalea (' and E\\ell Lawson. James T. I Dated tills I H day ..I' .\tisuM ]1"'',.'. Ji
tings S i III. 100 for $12.1 I :;. (' (Jimmy I Moore qualified last (OFFICIAL SCAD A. J. Thomas You can count on us for the
lia .J.ipi.riiiMx. 10 to 12 in. :?:: Clerk of the Circuit! 'our'IBy
week the first entrant in the
eah Postage I'"1,1.-1:. I ., as I Marian I. .r..I.y| I>rput\' "I.| rk quality of products and type
: : '. t'tiJ .
Azalea Jardeiis and Nursery V I' 4l '' Suites H
Pauline Karle Collins. H.| .\ 16 race.H. A. Bishop. chairman of the I of service that mean better
Karleton Fit NO'i HI: )'0 \rrn\n
Council is not running for re j In (IriMlll 4'ourt. llrn.lforil County, 1-Bed .2: t going for your car.Thomas. '
... I'luriilni In I
i'Kpi.i PIAIIS. : ,per \ election. He has moved outside ,
el Ira .\mlr-n 1 mi-) from ...."' IS.u' l)a\is. IM.untiff x Marnn-i: :: l'anil(1I..t> >
Mousy mi old Lake Kutler .,. the city limits and was elected Ann balks I frncl.uil 1 ]- iI i t I
road I ; ; County Commissioner in the spring i',isr X". ''Mi.otlr : ,, i } r 1
\ 1'0 .\|>prnr. -Nit* Table b1Vanity
primaries. T.1"r':1': : .'' .Xiin l" (i\i-. whose x
r Jll"T-\lal.: I lirown: part Chow I
: I n'suit' 'in i' mil ;uliliisv I iv' r ii ofylr a. r qtr. a. ,
2 yearn old, named Trigger :" Both Hazen and Lewis are incumbents ..
fill il.unon. I'ortslllnlltll
I. '
**. Bench -.iv-
collar lag No <> Itew.ird II
trying for their third Yn KI I n I.i .. ,.. ,
Mrs W A Stern. Phone :21.1V.SAI.K :; i i
I straight term. Hazen is a State
Was 164.95
Ii' and \\" Road Department Employee and I \\ \\\' Not
FOIL: own tan g4\Y
Hound very r..a"nllt 101... }'".. Lewis is advertising manager of 1"lIIux'W. C. T. U. NOW OM I.\ Trade I T ;
Haertle I Keystlnr Heights I : the Bradford County Telegraph' : ( 5
I Raymond is making his first bid ISSTKITL IXJnHY With I's"
Pol! SVI.K House Car (not a "' : i J
I'r\ sleeps two, good for .. ''for the Council. He i b an insurance W.\Y. THKKK IS \VA>TF 149.95 \ ourFriend'1
trlp Might consider a tiade (' in town. 'SOP FOOl IN :M\HINi IT.TIIERE .
after :.tit: p.m. :lIIH )':"-1 I 1 agent I ,, : Do!
1 I : :; Ewell Lawson. also making hi: is \\ANTK OF :MONEY ;

I :::! I). first bid for the Council is associated IIX| BUYING IT. TIIF.RK IS REMEMBER at the Hart Furniture Co.

FOIL llNT--Five! room house with the Lawson Col| WASTE OF MEN IN COXSl'M-: Truck Terminal
bath xxired fm an electric s''' | lNG IT.1.01m K1DF.R. (TN- "A Little DownYill\ Feather YouresL"
On 10th Street by N"i<'k's Storage' and Meat Packing market '
,, HU.F :MHK SOI Til OF TalthE
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Stand :SeN': k $ Art thE ION SH X.\LI)
Deadline for eniiurs' into
So why not start feathering your neat Today:? 0I. s. WI(
city race is this Tuesday noon

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Were 1.98 Were 2.98 I)1
1.98 All Sandals OM: (;.iHii( i r ,

Values O I SANDALS0\\ \05.95 \\ /' \

i: & 6.95 :NOWj.9sI.J.s3.)3 RKJKDLESS: /1. 'b'\ )\ j


Now 3.99 1.49 : ; 1.49 1. A

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1.99 2.99 -. DRESS SHIRTS 1 SHIRTS

Now 4.99 Children's DRESSES '

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TShirtsLADIES Were 1.98 Were 2.98 D4 iKOChildren's =

w 8.95 & 10.95 t 119 VN\ \()\\ 198 120

\,i'LJ.L it/) Now 5.99 Maternity ALL Dresses 1.49 100. J Boys TShirtsBoys' -- ..88I.

3.99 ,

Ladies SKIRTS I Ladies SWIM' I SUITS -ii "-

Spaghetti / jGirl's %/ SHORTS 1
Were 1.98 Were 2.98 -
NOW iK!, S :MS NOW { *&?!

1.49 1.99 SANDALS 1 1.1 0/\ MW NOW Gabardine

1.49 1.99 !
Shorts '1.39 Swim Trunks .99
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1.49 Boys' Short Sleeve t. / .
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Ladies SHORTS C ,U SUITS Special.lO Days Only! SPORT SHIRTS I

Regardless of Pries 9" "
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HANDBAGSPLUS', Ladies Summer HOUSEDRESSESRegardless of pme'i' IN STARKE SIZE 4-16 1 5 9 Boys'SWIM fl fl C

1.99 1 I TRUNKS

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