Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Yonge Julian C (X)

U of F, Library Fla Historv


: -.i,'. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Copy Single 10 c I

: I I I 10 PAGES THIS WEEK Official County Publication Established In 1S79STARKE SINGLE COPY ioOLUME '

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\"... '. fl r t ,1.wr244 :;I ,Brooker Potato Deal Brings GrowersCloseTo$50OOOInFirstTwoWeeks Crowley Sweeps Individual TitlesIn r Grand Jury Gets Murder Case Monday:

( A' .. f Humphries Bowling LeagueAmos

'"\'Jr'F' t.t ,\. $ % Crowley versatile member $150,000 Suit Follows Accident Here

of the Service Team, .
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Things: were humming on the The bean and squash harvest top position for individual KiC: ,.\ ::2.:' .i.d: Mr The'::!...1PeggN i L ':':' p'.' : ;..." .
Brooker State Farrrers Market is about over. but cucumbers are honors in four divisions of the i SM'ling: 52 will:l
faoo ,
I i a the I.-..: ', at :.K.. <" .
I t I '. the "red' beginning to arrive in large Humphreys Gold .. .,
.t 'W" this week as potato just Corporation bowlIng 1- : \j: i jur\ here Mond.in con
LL I r.e tot Jl V) i><><> L! t .ti. ,"
/ harvest drew to a close and preparations :i volume. Southern Vegetable Distributors league tournament which closed :. .- ...ri with the slaying! of the 1b\ Ports II
I' Ul' .i.l i iI h.
.I' /aro/d illnutu fboto ty the Telegraph 1 :
f were made to start on i started operating a Apnl SO i nar.'s: husband! at her place of
I : band I ) Robert F Bt', u. ,..; '.
THE \M\NKK.S.! SurWul candidate for BII> Student (' .un- I ". ".1te5" next week. cucumber grading machine Thurs- The :Maintenance Department a. bu.Mr.esi. Peggy's Corner near 'the Mack Motor <' .
Corp *: ,1 M! < :t.'
(,11 p<*M'' for the 13term! are (Irft to right) Marion Harrington Forty-five carloads of potatoes day.R. Tearm. captained by Brady Mc- Hampton Junction on the night Maid Corp. This cue h .
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have been shipped from the N. Beville, manager of the Leod finished first for team I "! February 1.
\irc prf .l.t-nt; ( \V. Mad. l prr% drnt; and Joe Srhull, II suit of an automobile-: ;. .
Brooker market so far this season Brooker market, said that next honors and was awarded a cash I Also for
i4rctary. The ..1f'f"IJonIt. under a deal operated by I week will see black-eyed peas prize of $30. Team members were I Ii!. the spring term of circuit Mrs. Begue received inn ,'
: :
Southern Vegetable Distributors "crowder peas butter beans and I George Schaeffer, Bill Hart, Herbert flirt gets under way is the case claims will be

Commissioners Seek General Act; who graded and sold the spuds for some corn on the platform there. Green J. A. Criffis. and H y\p t'f Lawrence Wiggins, BrooKer pennanen'Jury

growers at a fee of 50c per bag. I I Corn in the Brooker area looks I William Smith. i'downer' charged with firing a Vmirt

Most growers figure they'll just good. Beville said. and did not The Zircon Mill team captained pttol: at Dewey Murrhee of The following have bt : '

School Board Local Bill For Raise I about break even on the potato 'suffer from the April rains like ed Jim Chitty, finished second Graham, following an argument moned for jury dut> at th.' 'i" ,"

deal since they net only 97c per corn on the flat lands of the for a prize of $20. Zircon bowlers over Wiggins' livestock allt'gl'JlyI I term James Gnann. L I. I' Ii h'

bag after paying the 50c fee plus3c county. were Ed Beebe. C. Y. Copeland, i trespassing on Murrhee's prop I Jay Moody. \V. H. Hall .1 ::

Member of the Board of County -, 20 hours in any month, for services per package market fee. Starke: Report William Farr. Joe Lamb. and A. i 7'! erty.Cox White. T. C Crawford H,>!". ;

Commissioners! and the Board rendered by each commissioner The Starke State Farmers' B Howard.. "
county Some 30000 bags of potatoes I 'I -; ,,5-: : and Mrs. Starling have Barksdale Eucene iMoRae. > A"'i\ .
of Public Instruction.. are employIng in inspecting the construction have crossed# the Brooker platform Market reported 46S crates of jCrowley. who garnered all In- been at liberty under $1,500 bond I Charlie) Gaskin.1'.II

different routes to reach the and maintenance of so far with an estimated gross of I 1: strawberries sold during the past diyidual titles but one. received { ,'\m O't Crow ley I leach since a corner's jury on Feb I Pringle Edwin Tonxlf. Ft! I'! ,

same desired f'nd-a salary raise. county roads, bridges and cul- I $45.000 to growers. I week for a return of $2,814.00 to cash prizes totaling $25. Hej I I '!5 blamed the death of Clarence vatt. Lloyd Dyal. E J. PA. I'

Attorneys for both Bradford! erts.. locating and relocating Total vegetable receipts at the 'growers. Princes ranged from finished! first with best individual ,' I:i Starling.. on Cox and said that I I Jr Leroy G Norman N I ,

board completed work on their such county roads bridges and $4 to $7. score.. 201; best three-game total. i and Recreational Club. an emplo'ees' | Mrs. Starling was 'feloniouslypresent" Hayes. N .J Daxi*. J o I .'I
respective bills early this week culverts and in rights of Brooker market for the past The Starke market also handleda
I securing 315; highest average number of association of the Camp at the time of the slaying Elliott Fh nn. D J 0 d--,

and forwarded them to Tallahassee! j I way for all roads. bridges and week were $31,492.00. representing 1 small volume of ted potatoes, spares per game; and best individual Blanding mine. Everett R. Fox : Starling was shot five times Avery C l') nniSiln. II. P st I'

for introduction in the legislature borrow pits In the county; pro- ,! the sale.t. ( besides potatoes) of'I squash and beans. average. president of the organization '' &s he attempted to break into the I ing. R R Andrews. Fic.loiWatterson I

ty Sen Charley E. Johns and Rep ;;vided. however that the maximum j!2.113 hampers of pole beans: aj Manager M. R. Judd said the The only individual title not tavern operated by: his wife. Both I F. (I HI-ID .* ,

Dovle K Conner. i'compensation for each county II IIi $3 per hamper; 2.677 hampers of rom deal will get under way in taken by Crowley was gained by presented the award., to the win- Cox and Mrs Starling pleaded I Cl>'de Kelly. Hewlettn.l..-i- "

thool Board trembers are seek- J!commissioner hereunder shall not tender gre<-u beans at $2.25 939 : two or three weeks but that Gerald Crawford of the Zircon Mill ners at a party held at Strick- ( selt defense in their appearance Eldon Sapp. W T Jackson t K 01

tnt: a raise to $100 per month' exceed $100 In any month." crates squash at $I 511. and 311 volu re \' ould be under par dueto team who ended the season with i j land's Landing on Kingsley Lake before the coroner's jury. man Underbill. Berr !>>"II! I Iger '10"

frt $501 under a local act which !I I I The bill further provides that : tubs of cucumbers at $3 the damage fcy April rains. average' of 2.5 strikes per game last Friday night marking the $1:>0,000 Milt Johns. W A Bes-eii1!: '

pn)''-de, that the new pay scale payment on this basis shall be I itojwin a $5 prze i end of tournament play. This event Several civil suits for large Frank L. Tomlmsoi

wU) go into effect Oct. 1, 193.: :; "retroactive" to January 6.19r 3 I II II I BHS Completes Baseball Schedule The bowling kague was sponsored v\a., enjoyed by Social I Club mem-

The bill) was prepared by the I The bill was prepared by the II t b> tht. Ti ail Ridge Social! ht'I1o < nl I then families

board's attorney. Lex Or 'en. I I board's attorney. Hollls V. Knight, I Commissioners Agree To Open Canal
With ,
In Gainesville
The (Commissioners however I who advised the commissioners j Tuesday I I

are asking their raise under terms that the State Supreme Court has i I Field Veterinarian To Begin Tests : Into

(of a general act which applies to'' held that any local or special act i I Play in the Ea.it Florida ('n- it throughout The locU bang*d i Sampson; Harrell Votes Nay

'each county of this State whf'rf'i; fixing the compensation of county ference tourm-y started Wednesj j! out 8 hIts. one a homer by Futch. I 1
lay afternoon in Palatka. The I| and doubles by Thomas and Riv- I for Bangs And TB Here 20 The oid argument over what toi ground lit' slid that nii! -i! \\ '
receive commissioners
County Commissioners j| even on a popu- I May
is : Tornadoes met Palatka in a night ers. Paul Rivers poled his double,I i! do with excess water in the Samp- the faster water j N taken ,i/. i.
less than $100 per month II I contest and went down 12-11: to with the bases loaded and drove in I I son Lake area in r tiny periods wasrevived from the Howell-Sampsnii .IK- '
and where no and invalid. Therefore I
toUt) pvnsation.
be eliminated in conference play 3 runs. Thomas started on the Dr B. W Bigger field veterinarian -\i Mate tuberculosis! control is con.i i Monday when a delegation ,, the faster it is dumped iirtt x Is regularly employed i! the attorney advised! the I
county engineer mound for the Tornados and j of large mdowr.ers or representatives -: Fe River with resultant .,
when the Maroons rushed across; with the State Livestock \i t'erned.. I tI\ 'if( "
200 board to general act
and where there are employ a
10 runs to0 ahead on :2 singles. went for 3 innings before being Sanitary Board. has been assign- Tuberculosis is transmitted of comramos owning large i|I onto farml nds in the Biook-'.
of which would compensate, on an
miles or more graded unpaved j i pulled by Coach Hobbs in order to I itracts appear before the Board area.
double. and 9 walks. I ed to this area and! will be work- through the
of boards a consumption or raw
county roads, and where the county -: hourly ,
i County Commissioners. requested Harrell
use him in the tournament. Bucky out Starke They | said that the tint' I t-ui
ing milk.
as headquarters. Therefore these
commissioners ordinarily ::who personally perform services The Tornadoes led! in the hitting; diseases ,,
perform I llul'k'nt in and pitched creditable that the 'anal between | well pieced in Sampson Lake *.,ftI,
the duties usually performed usually performed by paid em departrent outhitting Palatka ball for his first stint on the Starting May 20 he will test constitute a health item of in- I Sampson and Rowell Lakes be time ago is apparently! fun t I''::1< .

bv a .-ountv engineer in inspectingthe ployees.The 11-8. and held a 10-2 I lead up to I mound, allowing no hits and no cattle in Bradford County for I terest to all concerned. I|I I cleaned out to facilitate the drainage ,I I properly. but i* not adt' and maintenance bill further provides that: the fatal 6th that the TB and Bangs Disease with the II The tests for both diseases will
construction inning saw runs. Thomas gave up one hit of flood waters from this area ;I i take the water off fist ensut:
and cul- "Each Board of County Commissioners Tornadoes' lead vanish. BHS cooperation of County Agent G. be made at the same time, and
of county roads. bridges and one run, the run be.ng scoredon during wet tunes. j during prolonged rainy sp'I! Mri
\\ert" {I shall monthly approve![pushed across 1 run in the 7th an error. T. Huggins The primary purpose.' the owners will be notified of re- I i The delegation included Lester,,i said he did not favor Opt-IIdl/o| <: /: a;'

In all such counties, the bill j i the monthly payment to be madeas inning on a double and a single Last Friday night fans in general -'!of these tests is to insure the 'suits in approximately a week. Kite Foster Shi Smith Hogan : the Rowel I-Sampson can il on' II I t :

provides that each commissioner, herein provided based upon I'anti left 2 men on bases which '.I agieed the BHS-Gamesville users of animal products such as : There is no charge for the service -.. Smith. Jack W>nn. and Dave I ditional wells could be inM.illni

shall) be paid monthly compensa-1 i I such hours of service. but no commissioner -|with a timely hit could have won'j i iI game was the best seen here in a ;meat and milk against contracting -;1: and the county agent urges I'aulk. I I j Commissioner II A ltish";>

tlon a. follows: "A base salary of shall pass upon his own i the game despite the big "rally ,' :jng time, even through the Tornadoes ; disease by eating meat 'I the cooperation of all livestock 1 II Bo'ird Chairmaij'-.M O. Harrell ,i, whose district the Rowell Si.i ,.-.
$50 per month In lieu of all per bill and the minutes of the Board by Palatka. I I lost 4-2. Ed Teston pitched i. drinking milk or b>' contact owners to insure a thorough of District Five'( Brooker-New area lies moved th tl the i.ma
diem and transportation expenses j I shall show the amount of each I Benton Futch was the star of 8-hit ball while Williams of wit a diseased animal. I'countywide test.Notification i'River)voiced some objections' to\ cleaned out with the <,oUIII \. be.'

Incurred within the county plus )payment authorized to be paid the game, polling! a terrific home 'Gainesville gave up 7 hits. Each TjMin. completion of the tests, .I of times and dates i ii { the proposal unless and until additional -, ing the expense The motion wu
...>rh member." I I i of the tests will be sent to li"e-1 I underground drainage seconded by Commissioner '
not struck
$2.50 for each hour t run in the second inning with the pitcher out 9, while Teston the county will be known as an J J <
walked men and Williams walked stock owners by the county wells are placed in Sampson Laketo I're'att.111<1 C. irried with lldtn'll
bases loaded, giving the locals a 2 and hit batter. accredited county insofar as a agent's officeAlvarez. take excess water off under. astifl.z: a mpaiivcntt-
Teachers NamedForNewTenn Talent Contest 4-0 lead. Futch's homer cleared one -
Gainesville bunched 3 hits off
I the fence, marked 355 feet frorn' Board
Asks Aid
I home plate to chalk up his sec- I! Teston in the 1st inning to score i Leads Sixty-four Cases I 3 Lawley Bills
I 3 runs and take a lead that the

:''I, Set\ For TonightMore ond His home first one run came in 2 successive Tuesday afternoon days.- ':' Tornadoes couldn't overtake. On Surveying I Disposed Of i

Appointment of teachers andrrn.ipas Bradford than C.unty 20 youngsters schools will from go one over in Iacclt'nn.hl'n the fence there he 305 belted feet bit Thomas his of the homer got 7th.3 coming hits inI in times the bottom at- Of Rosier Road !;, S ftball LeagueAlvarez In County Court !i Are In The MillThree

wlio are under regular their I fiom home plate. I I i i .
through paces at the Lions The baseball season is I !I
contract were made b>' the School I ,Club Talent Show in Bradford I I Delano Thomas was the first ,: ended with the Tornadoes At it:. meeting here Monday the defeated Ili-Y by a The last of 61 cases were disposed -' bills affe<'!tmg t tl.. j g ,

Board at its meeting Monday stadium tonight Jo'rltlan ) at 8:15: |!!Tornado however, to chalk up a 1 1i I their schedule Tuesday conpletmg Board of County Commissioners score of 12-5 in the count softball of last Thursday in proceedings .I ernmenl of the Citof' I I.i w'. .

only I! ', passed a resolution requesting the :j tourney Wednesday night to were introduced in both hou-ii--,
The appointments apply | p.m. Proceeds will go for the i i home run. when he scored one afternoon P. K : of the County Judge'sCourt
against in
to less than half of the county benefit of the Sigh* Conservation 'I against Gainesville High last Friday -(Gainesville. Coach Hobbs Yonge will State Road Department to make ''take top position in league standing conducted in the courthouse I the Legisltture last week

school faculty members as, under I: such surveys on the Rosier (or Bill Epps pitched for the At present the ,
Program sponsored by the Lions. : night at the local fieldTuesdav j! probably seek a game to play on by Judge T. A. Yawn. Of I Lawtey iha-

the new school law a majority of!j Emceeing this event will be the I afternoon the Torn !the l.;ih. so the boys can stain Flowing Well i road as are necessary wlnn era. I'this total 43 cases came before I It provides that a special < 1.i '< i II t .r,

teachers are under "continuing J("Cisco I Kid" who has looked overjthe does smothered Iarclt'nn101.. shape until the district to help it become eligible for '' The second game saw Camp ,Judge Yawn after 9:30: that morn- ,I must be held if a vacancy i n, ,I r I ,

contracts" and are automatically ,i, program and declared himself I taking an early lead and holding '*tins May 21 here tourney I Federal aid secondary road parti'I Blanding beat Slade Gas 10-0, ing- 1 I city office occurs more tli.tn !0'.,
unless removed for' I cipation. I I with Lt. Johnson handling the i days ..
reappointed j i well pleased with the variety and I intoxica- I prior to a regular cit ,'I.!
Cases of
I speeding or
cause I Ii''quality of local talent. Forester This road runs in a westerly- mound assignment: for Blanding. I tion. The proposed new law .... <.I.i .j 1
i County Deal Sounds Good tion totaled 20 or anrost a third
All) tr31'hersho have a graduate -j I( was announced the northwesterly direction from a Double-headers be playedthree |give the Lawtey council aiuh-.r: .
by award of the entire 64 cases. Othercases
-Truncate and three years of1 ooint on State 200 (U. S. 301)) nights next week: on Tues- jto fill the vacancy by appo( '
comauttee that the. first I
teaching experience in the county prizes will be three $25 three ;'But Board Must Wait On Finances about a mile north of Lawtey to day, Wednesday, and Friday. [ were: assault and balteT8 \. ;merit, or by election.
savings while intoxicated.
I : driving 6'I
art- under continuing contract. I bonds. i the Flowing Well Bridge across I I I A second bill ,
Many other valuable driving the side of the would pern. 'HH
Those under regular contract I(prizes have been donated by I Brad foid County Commissioners -.' forestei services It was sugjgested New River. 1! T. W. Cunningham !{j road. 5;on possession wrong of moonshine.I Council to change the salty' (>'
favorabh I i
\ho were appointed Monday Torthe Starke merchants. are impressed wIth that Bradford be paired The resolution stated that j!any city official during his t>-i ;I.. ."
Rites 4 three earh of reckless j
( Held : cases
the TuesdayTerrill I
1953 M term are as follows: In desirability of employing a I|(with Putnam County since both Bradford County is without available : office which is prohibited mi'ifri '
I charge of decorating thestage I driving, no driver's license and
I'rinrlpaNHugh county forester but don't see how have a comparable amount of funds to for such i! the present charter..
i pay surveywoik i
will be the Lionesses profane
i and it share the Welling Cunningham language; two cases each I
they can in
H Ingram Jr. Lawtey ;jis anticipated that they will do' his salary at least expense of I' trrberlanj. The cost to Brad- and asked the State Department 33. of Lake Geneva died Saturday -,,: of passing a school bus unloading i j)i A third bill gives the r'Hun"
thecurrent ford
W. T. Coram Jr.. during County would be an esti- to advance the
Junior High; money andre '
I their usual fine job. morning in a Lake City hospital passengers, worthless checks authority to pay Itiyor O..J Anders
: fiscal ::
Brooker Junior High; L. H. Futch. An unusual act will be featured yearAdvocating I mated $1,256: annually. burse itself from any funds ) after a long illness. i operating vehicle and improper $1 for each conviction inLawtey
Heilbronn Elementary: Alice Marie I the employrent of While recognizing the many advantages of Bradford County coming into I i I
when the Cisco Kid loans his breach of and municipal court
I a forester before the Commissioners He was a native of Connells-j peace, larceny, pos-j I during
of the
Wilson. Hampton Training program. the its hands including funds accruedor I j! 1952. The
hundred dollar Mexican sombrero, session of payment of JUI h fees
I yule Pa.. but moved to Lake a dangerous weapon.
at their meeting here Mondaywas Board decided it would
i uegro) i I for the "Mexican Hat Dance". be impos- accruing under the SecondaryRoad Geneva 31 with is 1 In this Court convicted of driv- I was prevented by the terms of uic
: |
a delegation consisting of sible to years ago par-
j employ a forester at this Assistance Act of 1949. charter
BUS TeacheN I mentioned above wnirn
i Several other novel acts will be ents. He was a veteran of World Inwhile intoxicated means the
Lloyd Green, L. L. Conner. Foster time due to I
limitations of the Other matters before set the
School ToT.mieN'olm : Mayor's salary at Sioo
: featured.
Bradford High an
revocation of the driver's license.
1 Shi Smith, Lester Kite. Lucian War II and a graduate of the I !|
budget. It
present the Commissioners
was stated. Monday included nually and
Demorest. Hinkley prohibited any i !'i tn.'p
Ona Anna <
I The Lions Club committee Ordnance School at the Jacksonville J cases! charging non-support ;
Trax- urges Conner and County Agent G. T. however, that the Commissionersare a request from the City of during; hIs term.Funeral .
iCvelyn Loughlin. Teresa all the people of Bradford Countyto Huggins. very interested I Naval Air Station. He served will be heard at the next term of

hr ). K Dukes. Joyce W E Bolton.Hazel Deitz''rwin attend this worthwhile event. I I The plan. as described by its 1 igram i and would like in to the be pro-informed I pole Starke on for the permission southwest to corner erect of a on the aircraft carriers Roose- !I the circuit court. i'

lIarol, I wood. : All monies derived into '''advocates velt and Midway in both the The of Set Today
liar land go a would be for two or ,I if the county could come the courthouse grounds to be used I report Judge Ya.1l\\
Jr 11 I.ong Sprow special fund which is administeredby three counties to join together into it Atlantic and Pacific theatres. filed with the County Clerk i
Geraliun 8111Hobert Davisouohnr'e I at a later date when then I for supporting a signal light at i For Mrs. J. Ritch
a special committee to aid 'n !:shinn the expense of a'' w budget comes into effect. the junction of Temple Ave. and Surviving are his mother, Mrs. shows a total of 2825.35 for I
Delores Mc-
/ Sue Boswell. those unfortunate ones who havevision Blanche Cunningham of Lake fines. costs. and forfeitures. The

Knigt t Dr Florence Jennings deficiency. I Ii Bandmaster Given I!;! Rotarians Invite j I 1 I approved Call St. The the request.A board. unanimously Geneva; a sister Mrs. Lovella totals for January. February. and I I j idled Mrs.Thursday Jennie O' 'eU Rtth 6.
'Isitf 19 teacher: James W. Pat- I morning at? the'home
II Easterly. Jacksonville
II i : and three March are $1.069; $1.81165; and
tray % it> slow learners; C. L.Ovynurf I One-year Leave ; Farmers To Hear request from Deputy Cecil brothers Edison Richard, and of her son-in-law, Herber
Armed Forces $1.95780; respectively. |
DaySetForMayl3 Jewell for additional for 1 .
correction P. I Ii bedding A. Prescott. south of Stark'
speech ; Warren Cunningham, all of Lake and each of
School Contracts Let passing; one case
'F Nolm general supervisorI.awte I i Special Program the county jail was also granted.A Geneva. : I Funeral services will be held thi-,
I I two weeks' vacation with pay I I afternoon (Friday
Junior High I ) at o'io.xat
) Roberts school bandmaster
Funeral services held
were Youth
I < Wednesday. May 13, will be annual for Joe Lee the courthouse janitor Injured the graveside in Prevail fVme
W D R. I I A special Armed Forces Day, leaveof I '
K Haller. Griffis was granted a one-year Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock'in
Rural-Urban Day in the was approved provided he tery with DeWitt
C. Jones
Frances B Hamilton. Grace program will be observed at the! absence due to medical rea- the Keystone Heights Community -' On Motorcycle in
Starke Rotary Club with each obtained someone to take his place charge of arrangements.Mrs .
Brow ing i high school stadium on Wednes- sons at Monda>'s meeting of the member clerk. I Church with Rev. Boll offi- '
inviting a farmer fnenJ who will be suitable to the j
lleilbnnm Klementary |{I day. May 13. at 11:30: am. l'artl'l i Bradford County School Board. to attend the luncheon meeting. ,j dating Burial was in the Keystone .!i Motorcyhst Paul S. Downey 19 I Ritch was born Mar h 15)
suffered head. and holy
Beatrice Futch Mattie X. Ellis. icipaling I' on the program i Mrs. Kate Sheppard was also Heights Cemetery with Key- arm. 1SB9 in Bradford County and had
the National I i I The program will be in charge J.V.. Jones Rites : abrasions and a concussion in a
Guard. American granted a year's leave of absence. tcCabe Funeral Home in charge lived here all her life. She was
-, 41 Hampton FJementaryFloy Legion and Boy Scouts A Korean( ot Lucian Conner and County I 1 fall from his motorcycle on State;j
Sullvan. Betty May. Martha I I I Three bids were let at the Agent G T. Huggins. The featured In Lake Butler I of arrangements. Starke :a daughter of the late Gilbert
Road 16 north of the
Home I war veteran will speak and music (,meeting as follows: iTo j jI ; speaker will be Dr. J. Wayne' I Pall bearers were Lindsey just |{!and Ida Holhr.gsworth.
I Afternoon : Fri-
will be Friday | city limits at 8:40 pm. last
furnished by the BUS [ Walker.
:. llrooUrr Junior High Band. The i I i rewire and reline the Brooker Reitz provost for agriculture at I j!I F. M. Walrath Jr., Don day. t|I Surviving are two daughter

Jo L Sommese.N'egru public is invited to Jr. High school went to Jim : the University of Florida. He has Joseph W Jones. &.'5 retired Pangborn. T. M. Finley E. P. I IStallings Mrs. Prescott of Starke. and M/-

< attend this special program.All 1 I Hope Electric Co. of Gainesvilleat been connected with the umverjSity's -I I brick mason.. died Wednesday, and Key M. Sargent i Also slightly: injured In the spill!'I Frankie Kinchen. Jacksonville a
S -hOi>N Alachua
< that sent to
business Downey
places and citizens 252124. I j agricultural program in various : afternoon at his home in Lake son C. Marks Ritch of Starke
k:: L Anne HU.TVS. county supervisor are I I I I General Hospital was 16-year-old II
requested to
display flags on To rewire and reline the Law- capacities for some 20 years Butler. Funeral services will beheld j Troop 71 Enjoys and one brother, Frank C Hoilingr'orth -
t Irene C. Jelson. slow learn Saturday, May 16. and is considered I I Sanrry Murrhee who was riding
one of the Starke.
most o'clock'
'I afternoon atI
lev Jr. High school went to Swin-| Friday
- era. i i, Overnight Hike I|with the older youth.
capable administrators
Special church services are being dell Electric Co. of St. Augustine in the entire in the .Lake Butler Methodist }
RJE- Mabel E Jenkins. Margarita planned at the First r Department of Agriculture. Church. i i i State Trooper Q. A. Fillingiml I
C Methodist at J3.SJ1. |[The Boy Scout Troop 71, with Aaron said that Downey and Murrhee, Masons To Meet
Hall Elmer R. Shell. Church and all members of the message he wUl bring should I Mr. Jones born Sept. 13. I i I
.&;.: Mildred L. Paul Kathleen B. Armed Forces I To rewire and reline the Bradford be of equal interest to farmers and I in was i Holly as Scoutmaster. enjoyed an ;j jI 1!were riding north out of Starke. :
1S67 and
In Virginia had resided
uniform of BradfordLodge
Greene, Benjamin J. Williams I County High school went to. businessmen. I overnight hike to the sandhills :! They started to pass a pickup,]I A regular meeting
or out are invited in Lake Butler for 60 ,
to He
attend years. No 35 F. & A.M. will oe
Lithe S. William I the Electric Service and Supply; !;j Wednesday of last week. Ninety i truck driven by Walter Bell
and sit in j Colored motion pictures were was a former Lake Butelr City 'I 8
a body. The Starke per cent of the numbers showed I Starling. 20. Starling signalled held Monday. May 11. at pm
Hampton Traning School-Su- Co. of Starke at 333241. j[shown by T. H. Slade at the Councihran.
Rotary I The Entered Apprentice degree
I Garden Club
will contribute exceptional aptitude for
-- Williams. Peace I learning for a left turn and Downey jammed -
sanna D. Roses from the new Memorial! Bids were also called for on[ meeting! Wednesday, iacludmg I Surviving are three daughters.Mrs. on the trip, the Scoutmaster re I 1 on his brakes and lost con will be conferred on on candi-

Lawtey Training School Mildred scenes of the recent Dr. W. E. J. W. will be under the
Cardn for rehabilitating the toilets in Law-I Loadholtz. Jacksonville ports. trol of the motorcycle, which date. The work

E Walker, Emma C. Bur- this occasion. tey and Brooker schools. The one Middlelon Diy in Starke, and also ; Mrs. Z. E. Brannen Jacksonville Troop 71 now has its full quota turned over on the two boys. direction of Ben B. Rowland,

ney For further information concerning bid offered was turned down by I scenes of Cuba. Dr. Micklletoa was I Ia ; and Mrs. A. L. Driggers, of membership. The boys meet Downey is the eon of Mr. and Worshipful! Master.

Wateroak Elementary Gladys I this observance, call the the I special guest of the club for the Lake Butler; and two sons. J. W. each Thursday night at the home Mrs Dewey Downey. operators of All members are urged to attend -
Board due to the i
high price. |showing of this Wn.
Robinson Chamber of Commerce. 190. i Jones Jr., Tampa, aM H. E. of the Scoutmaster. I the West End Grocery in Starke. and visitors are welcome.r' .

Jones Lake Butler

nun \\ MAY 8. 1WJ

BRADFORDCOUNTY E L MATTHEWS ", the :.st of Baptisms :.vst: : -- -- -. ::--1:

EDITOR PINE LEVELby week Harry WAS Norman Lam :Norman insteadof LOOK 'EgE D-- ---.H--O- "- -- BUy"S !

TELEGRAPH VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER Mrs II. M. McRaeuuuuul.uUj Hardee Maude Alvm Shire! Padgett.Smith. Freda R,.s:.. A- T'TIII"H E.R E-- -T E Efl

Mae Austin Mageler.e La tar
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD We had a large attendance at Starling. Ellen Larry and Richa 1

---- church last Sunday morning and Norman spent Thursday at Marineland .. \ \,\"""'- .
PUhll"ht'd t\trf f'rldaand entered as second elatmatter at the Post Office at Stirke, Florida, under _
evening with 1S1 in Sunday School.
the At of Urch 3 1879. *
Glad that our pastor is feeling I i Mr. and Mrs Carson Gnffis ar.dI
better after a recent illness He I daughter were shopping in Jack rt
and Mrs. Hall returned to Tallahassee sonville Thursday

-- Monday morning.Mr. I i Mrs. Hazel Griffis, and daughter -

How Doth The Little Litterbug and Mrs R. L. Raub and Geraldine. Mrs. Ann Harvex
Mrs. Lacy Green of Jacksonville,land sons. Tim George and Inn fl -l

A bill introduced in the opening days of the current legislative session is designed to and Mrs. Virda Bohnnan of Tampa and Linda Padgett visited the ,"

put at least ohe much-needed tooth in the law forbidding the dumping of garbage and visited their uncle and aunt Zoo in Jacksonville with their
the H. W. McRaes. Monday Thursday.
rubbish along Florida's highways. A West Florida representative introduced an act which The McRae' family reunion at' ..

would make it illegal for any person to dump refuse on any public roads or land. air prig atr .'>,: Memorial Park near Busanell Bonnie Padgett. Car! Nori' : .i I
O L. and Lester Austin and Eddie r//N/I"._
property without consent. .-' Sundy was well attended, al- ;, -
Harvey were among t : )3<
Apparently the bill was u>n we missed some of the I' Quantity RighU Inserted -
sightseeing at White Springs :li.v: Prices lead Thru a11a'152 q
promptly lost in the Tallahassee _' .e.Those who attended
r week
? v SP jon were the Wesley
shuffle haven'tseen
as we !
M' rvur utiuly, Sherley McRae. the The Pete Martins have boughta
anything concerning it "iM..'Raes. and H M. McRaes, home in Starke. We miss then Call Street
since but we sincerely hope
M i T N. Norman and son. A farewell party was given at
that it i H unearthed and en- and Albert Starke
< u Heilbronn Springs ana the hore of Mr. Mrs Florida
acted into law before the Z a I rel a.ves from Starke In- Norman Friday in honor of Edwin ,

session ends. If it will helpto i 'ii.v will not be sent out anyi Gnffis, son of Callie Griff .
,. _
eliminate such disgustingscenes I--- earn year, so keep in mind:who left Tuesday for the Armed = _JJt""J+-sYou

as the one pictured! at IA *-.. 1I.t.tt on the first Sunday:, Forces. Games were played and --

do not know of n M I refreshments were sen'ed't'
we any
VA Ierr glad to know that lrs. wish him the best of luck. I Bake Wrong WithAKERITE
one thing that would be of
Russell Thomas is at home again I j. Last Saturday Mrs Ruth Marr I C
more importance to in .
4ftei spending several weeks; inn I' Lb 7 3
t. visited Mrs. OHie Marr who has Can
its efforts to attract -not re- '!
the hospital. been ill for sometime. 3
pel visitors from other !i
states. Mrs Robert Myrick and children j: Amanda Barbragene Wilkinson .
spent Wednesday of last week with!and Gene Convers of Jacksonville

Of course, some of our Mrs Stalkaner at New River. I I attended church here SundayRev

tourists are offenders in this YE, : Rev and Mrs. Beard of Brooker i i E. C. Harvey was in Jat'k'som"iUe ASTOR Vac PacCOFFEE (Limit 2 Cans, Please!)
and shouldbe visited Mrs- Jimmy Crosby last I'
respect, ,
Friday on
dealt with just an harshly Friday afternoon. Lb Can 7 9 c
Mr and Mrs. Robert Mynck and Mr and Mrs. Bill Crews and E
us home folks, but it is children were dinner guests; of Mr. rrother Anna of Jacksonville were
obvious" that such unsightly
t and Mrs. Tommy Gill at SUrke visiting Maggie Crews Sunday

"dumps": as the one picturedhere } last Saturday, and. visited Robert s''.afternoon. L

are the work of resident mother Mrs. Sue Myrick at Like I!. If anyone has any new f'lt-aSt -,

"Jitterbugs" and cannot be A Scene You'll)) Never See In A Chamber of Commerce Picture Geneva that night. get it to me each Monday a m
blamed on transients. This Mr. and Mrs. Venue Thornton HERSHEY Fac1y. Pack 5 .YSgc'
Folder This .Beaut} Spot" lies along busy U. S. Highway
photographed recently \'lslted't'rllle's parents, Mr. and ] {.
scene was .:lot north of Law t l')'.
by the Telegraph on Mrs. Carl Thornton, Sunday aft-

V. S. 1501 where the "old tram road" meets drome cats to catsup bottles, beer cans, ernoon. i i i

the highway north of Uwtey. Although it PUKT| plaitdftrejtit ,ttut', and wold nuttresses. We really enjoyed the Youth
Fellowship at the church last Friday -
is one of the most unsightly in the county'it As matters stand now, if j"u setout night. Young people attended i 1 j MONEY I

is by no means singular. Its counterpart maybe to picnic in a pristine glad! yon malose >' from other churches including ,

seen in several :spots along Road 16 near jour foot on a busted uhiskey bottle or Branford Johnstown, and :: TO LOAN
Kingsley Lake, on the old Hampton "cutoff"and sardine can. The commissioners are fed up vllle. We were glad to '

elsewhere around the county. \\lilt tliis la/y sandati+m and hate instituteda and Mrs Bowers and. Rev. and | 1

Other Florida counties are confronted with measure with teeth in it." Mrs Greek. LIMIT i \\ 1111 $:> nuMOKE

the same problem and some, without waitingon \\'{ haven't seen a copy of the proposednew II I ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT FOOD OHDEH>)>

the legislature are taking action on their bill and do not know just what it provides j --J l 1If__ .1'._ =.tl. 1

own to break up such disgraceful practices.In but the important thing is to get a HIGHLAND1By I BALLARD'S Plain or Self.Rising '"

Indian River County, for instance, the law on the books that can be enforced and TO $$300 ,-

Board of County Commissioners: recently stop this nuisance which i is both unsightlyand Mrs.
Lacy Norman
designated four "official" dumping grounds unsanitary. j FLOUR 5Lbs 49C. 10 Lbs95C

in various sections of the county and published I'rhapthe: proposed 1 new law would give UI11111UUUllIlllUllHighland I O PRIVATE

l notice that the sheriff had been instructed state troopers' authority to arrest "litter- Baptist Church: Sunday 1 1I

to arrest anyone found dumping !bugs" and consequently be of great serviceto School 9:45: : a. m. each Sunday I PROMPT DONALD

garbage on land other than the designated the state in keeping parkways and road- ; Worship Service 11 a. m.; I I I DUCK

locations.In sides cleaner.Can ) Prayer Meeting each Wednesday: e FRIENDLY C

umiiirntllng the commissioners for their you imagine the thoughts of a beauty- 7:30: p. m. Pastor E. C Harvey j I. MAYONNAISE Pt 2 5

action, the IndUn. Biter News saM: ".\ m.>\e seeking tourist when he rides by and sees Supt. of Sunday School, W. C. SERVICESTARKE I

long overdue! lias finally IHII Instituted {tor even possibly smells) a scene like the

In .....f"rrlutll the intli..rriiiiliute Jumping of ahoyeCe can but the law won't permit WILL PAY CASH I ____I" '" ,----,---

trash all u\er the area anything from un- us to reproduce) them here. TIMBER

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I Post Card Will Bring lie CO. I

Mrs.: Sector Moody.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA: by Mrs.: J. .. Strickland :\Ir... Bonnie McliiiineyAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAA: To See You. I 160 II I TOMATOES TEA

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi i D. B. 'Dick' Thomas In Canova Drug Store
Mr and Mrs Johnnie Andrews Announcement Little Roselee McKinney is :

and children of Lake Butler !:IwntSun.lay Due to the fact that the Secretary spending two weeks with her Lawtey, Fla. I,

with Mrs. Andrews par- and Treasurer cannot leave brother and sister-in-law, Mr and \ 3 No. 303 CansQC 8-oz Pkg or

t'ntlIr.. and Mrs II. L. Johns. Mrs. V. L. McKinney. in Bto-ik- 39C
her sick mother, the council ofpreachers L A
Mr and Mrs. A P. Johns and ville.Mr. 48 Ct. Tea Bags
to meet
are requested
family attended the 71st birthday and Mrs. John Mixxlx a.,d! 1!
at the residence of J. L. Strick .
dinner of Mrs. Johns father. N.A children visited Mr. anti( M r" -;:,, -
land Tuesday, May 19 at 8 p. m. \ -- -- ,4 .- j"J( -4-
-- -
SunJl.1Wt' :
Butler Mann
Conner in Lake : Griffis last week in Lawt. v
for themessage of "Bootlegging
all regret that John Snow- Bill Cain is much better but
den has been very sick. He is in Preachers and Moonshine Churches" is still a house patient and must % SUNNYLAND Ready-to-Eat, 4 to 7 Ib. Smoked
will be delivered by
: message:
th Doctors Clinic. stay in for a couple more weeks
I Strickland At the close of I While They Last LbMORRELL'S
Mis Nona Dyer of Ft. Myers Pvt Gene Watson of Ft. Jack- PICNICS
the 'message the council of preachers 39C
spent last week here with relatives I'I son. S C. is home on a 15-day:
'I will: be requested to give a'
furlough Also Mrs. Watson, whois r
i iI
written verdict on three supreme I
Mr and Mrs earl Moody and employed at the Farm Colony
thoughts of the Baby Church or YorkshireSLICED
daughter Karlme of Palatka spentun.td I the Infant Church. All are invitedto II in Gainesville, is home for a two- iti
I weeks vacation.Mr. r Mr
here with grandparents, attend. .
Mr and Mrs. O. K. Moody and Mrs Lloyd Farber and Lb 59
Next Sunday. May 1ft is Homecoming -
Wesley Moody spent his 4 yeareinm : Day at the Long Branch !,!son. Carey, of Staike visited MrsFarber'5 c
s for \ heifer calf. Wesleywe : parents Sunday.
Church. As always everyone is
wish you luck in raising it. I i Mrs Joe Cail, who is employed
invited to attend. There will be
We have enjoyed Dr. Zollor at i preaching services song sen-ices.1 I II at the Farm Colony in Gainesville tLt4C/ Gr. "A" Quick-Frozen Fryer
Long Bridge Christian church I was home last Thursday and i
morning and afternoon and of eoa
this week He has brought a wonderful Friday. Lb 69c.
course more dinner than all can i LEGS &
message along with showing eat. All are welcome. 1 j Mr and Mrs Ed Parrish have THIGHSGr. S
pictures of natural color each I(had as recent guests Mrs. Carlon
There: will be preaching -
night Had dm-er on the grounds services :Graves of Gainesville, and Mr. '

Sunday A message at 2:30: and at the little Padgett diureh...and Mrs. Dugger Jones and Millar i I -I .___ ..

the closing message Sunday night.Tliere or Duck Pond church Sunday Varnes of Sampson. :..iJC- ..... -..- < ." L -..- -. '..
i. !:;; -.t hJII- -
May 17 at 2 p m All are invitedto Elvin _r1r--- __ .-. __ >_ .--_" _-_. ; _.__-__.._\it..rv" ,,'-
: Is prayer meeting every Casey has gone to Atlanta. -, -
attend this httl church. Themt"s5.ge
Saturday night at the home of 0 Ga on business: "A" quick-frozen
will be delivered by Asa Fryer Kingan's Reliable
11 Moody. Everyone: is invited to Walter: Ratliff and Robert Cain I
,-.me: Laurie McKinney: of Jack- I Martin, a young preacher who has,spent: the weekend in Jacksonville ; Cooked Canned

vtlle Is the speaker.A just started, preaching. You P Vicari spent last Sunday inI I i 1
hould (()land hear this sincere s
group of young people enjoved man's Jacksonville with his son-in-law :
young message 4c PICNICSLb
a weiner roast Saturday and daughter. Mr and Mrs Frank :
There will be .
no morning services Mareto
nf:ht tt the home of Margie and
Felton Moody's. at the Ebenezer Mission ; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meltonof
Sunday morning due to the Homecoming y/2-lbsEach
Mr and Mrs Harold Shiver of Gainesville spent Thursday of 29C
Oamesville were weekend guests I services at Long Branch last week with Mrs. Meltons $1-98
but our evening services will be Mr / for the tires
of Mr and: Mix W E Moodyr.et parents. and Mrs Barry Dyal I .

I the' same as always. Training i -. -' ': = "j. ..;- =- .:. -. ,
t own at 7: and S trade -- -
j I preaching at p THR RIGHT POINT for the :" you now
1 m All are invited to attend both
nay jou \\ rite. Come in and select J FKKSII
Training: Union and preachmg jour favorite ESTEKI1ROOK ; on newALLNYLON TENDER
Us Thoroughly .
P "en'ices.Our n-essage was delivered \1 I1R I'ountaln.\DFORD IVn.COUNTY Only $!TEL&-37 at M I CORD On The Cob
c 0 R N
Wash Your Clothes :he Ebenezer Mission Sun-lax fiUAPlI. SEars 29C

evening by Asa Martin Mother

9 Pound* Robert k ,. ..., ..... .
to Martin who lives herin :':>:; ;:" f.::":''. r..t""""" .. "T! t' Double '
our neighborhood) ,' -.v.:h Eagles New Florida WhitePOTATOES

1 For 40c! to say he delivered a good n-.o-: HEAR BETTEROR

;, sage to be a young preacher :
FREE Bleach If Desired I I starting out. we understand th.it PAY NOTHING! GOOOjiEARThis S 10Lbs 15CLibby

Temple ATA. StukfWe this was his second sermon Tn.' IIUt UUI lit[ CiliUm! by
Zi first one he delivered his 1110:.*, -

...iJ.ir S |one brother, and two sisters; ereconverted. / I
- big trade-in deal means that you or Duncan Hines Frozen
(I I am sure it was thei $ can ride on the world's finest tire .

Will i happiest day of his life, unless it at a price such lower than you would Cans
was day accepted the Sax.- expect to pay. Stop in get the extra 99C
Dry Your Clothes our. We urge him to continue ir. AIDS strength and safety of All-Nylon EASY PAY
the way he is going. and wish him rhIEE OIUI
MODEli! Double
Eagles while this great offer
For 20c Got speed. He is known by, most lies Iwu.a... makes it so easy. No one offers you a PLANService RUSO Sliced Sweetened Quick-Frozen
+... + to New Automatic Drtent folks especially around Stark Oliir $75 II better C
1 II s ;aU deal no one can offer you a
where he is a native and a number better tire the the Double Eagle.!

Washeteria\ YOU'LL LOVE the new F&ter- v< Center Station .
purvvsiie fountoia pens in I I I
pastel shade $*J7 Brady !I SEEDER I). GOODMAN I .
Only at : Phone 160 .. .
FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Starke,& Fla.4 U. S. 301 at South City Limits I __ '_ :.w. -: ._. :. _.__ __ -n_ _-q -' _- .__ _


I Chemical Society at the University attend. I Annual Field Day At RJ.E.i I IfT.T..T..YYYTYYYY..i I i fTTTYTYYYTTTYTYYTTTTTYYY ,:he is also improving: in A'-uh: >

was "11 Last week was a busy one for Hospital.Mr .
of Florida.% His subject

Keystone Heights tanium and Titanium Dioxide". the bridge players. Mrs. Lindsey I I i i LAWTEYbj \ BAYLESS HfAY\ and Mrs. Henry f"ne .1

, Walker entertained on MondayMrs. K M Crosby w 4,1! !

Mrs. J. A. Walrath of Con- Oliver on Tuesday and Mrs I r i I. II. Flitch&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAA1l' by Mrs O. F. lr\,.by .cvl\ania. Ga. beca- thtess -

by Mix Sara McDonald neautville. Pa., died on Sunday Huntley Redfearn on Friday. j -. of Mr Cn -' us'::' .

AAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAA May 3. at her home. She had just Little Linda and Jimmy McKay r j AAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAJLAAHomecoming Mrs l.l.ran'nr.- :

f celebrated her ninety-sixth birth- had a double tonsilectoxy last The Lawte
> City Council metn
!Supniv I >ry Staff jl Mrs. Ella iI.I'\ fee: .
H Hi Ladle Night moth-er week at the Riverside Hospital! .i Monday May 4 at the City The BaUess: HIWAX Baptist much better :h'h.., '. ,
in Jacksonville. They came homeon "r# church observed its annual Homecoming

been ill for -e'
Hall Chairman i i *
Some 60 Tr.emberi of the Hum- i;iC. Ray Lawrence, of Keystone Saturday.Mrs. Kelly presided.The j Sunday. Hay 3, with a
I I I minutes of previous meetingsere I I: Mrs. Otis CriAi i d >
phreys Gold and duPont supervisory |Heights. H. L. Morgan and Mrs E l I song and service at 11 Lunch was i isen.ed r dren .
\ read and approved. Mr. Kin- of Jaoksonvi. nt.
tart and their wives enjoyed I --C -tt t"T.l.n Master for the Sea- weekend at the luvr* 01 er ;i" -
the final set-together of the I left Thursday for Turkey where i of the National Council of I!the church. Everyone had a good ,, ,,
s !i ir.i! Railroad Company was I(I ents. Mr and Mrs C C Ci < :\
season with a buffet supper at !Ithey will visit their daughter. I II ,(Catholic Women in Jacksonvillenext I i I tune and a large crowd attended :while
I r > T: in the interest of Side I .I hubb was at Camp.
Keystone Inn Monday night. I| Mr. and Mrs. AI Nelson have:; week. We were all grieved and shocked I
A"t r the Crossings in Lawtey, Mr and Mrs J. R. Kelly. M 1:
One feature of the entertainment ,returneeS from an extended trip I Ii i :Mrs. A. B. Watson, daughter .* unable I to hear of the accident of Paul
i I I I A.i> to give a com- and Mrs. II. D. Kelly. lIr,1
was a quartette competition : -,to California.. i}I Agnes, and son, Alfred, will go t. z3: v rt from the Corrpany Downey Friday night. Seems as Mrs L. A Crosby T. N Norm.r.

which was won by a "dark- !I Mrs. Wm. Roberts, mother of Atlanta on Thursday. Alfred will :hd'. meeting It was agreed to I though Paul's motorcycle did a .Mrs O. E. Crosby and child-1-
horse" foursome composed of:Mrs. Libby Campbell has returned I flip with nun. He was critically
spend a day at Emory preparatory .
i- June Patel, Mary K. Schaeffer, to her home in Virginia.On school, where he expects to !injured but is rapidly improvingin
< fM. Charlotte Frees, and Deloris Fogg. Thursday. April 30 Mrs. II. I I enter next fall.EmoryatOxford. _p :e. "" Patten from Starke was Alachua General Hospital !Alachua General Iospjal >>.".-
3 s a I
7 t Gainesville. Another
Following the program, dancing L. Morgan entertained the past will hold its ;ir.'sent at the meeting :Mr.: Pat- accident we I jay ;
wax enjoyed at the beach pavilion.The }I annual Parents' on May B ten the I were sorry to hear about this '
presidents of the local PTA at a Day above : is City Attorney.Mr Well folks seem as though .i..
ureo the
Exhibit WAJ. one m
monthly staff meetings! will The :Manual Arts pir weekend was that of little Chris
luncheon. Guests included Mrs. There is one Keystone boy already held at RJE : and Mrs. W T Walters Jr. Ir r the news we have this we,6bad .-
be adjourned for the summer highlights of the annual Fieia Day High School! I Gwin, son of Rev and Mrs. Bob

months, and will be. resumed next W. H. Whltesldes. Mrs. Huntley I there. Frank Walrath. list Friday All grades from first through eight exh1b ted of St. Petersburg were guests of !Gwin. Chris was injured when he news. but maw lie next ie.-. ,
Redfearn Mrs. W. J. Siprelle.Mrs. Mrs. H. Redfearn has gone to Mr. Walters parents. Dr. andMrs. .
taU I arts, crafts, etc. with exhibits coming from the H. E., SCience Ifell on a fence Saturday P. H. Haskins. all past presi- Michigan! with her daughter Capt. W T. Walters Sr. from Saturday : I. .. ,
i i Social Science, and Math Departments of the High while playing "H Idt' uv! Seek e.l.: ll ; S \
Speak* To Student dents. Guest of honor was Mrs. H. Ruth Redfearn. I: English until Tuesday. While here

John Powers, group supervisor I'Q. Hall, now president of the organization I Miss Laura Jane Spencer of :i i SchoolThe Mrs. Walters was vocal soloist' ,
devoted to athletics and '
of the dul'ont engineering service and her mother-in-law. 'Jacksonville, was the guest last afternoon was entirely stunts. at the revivals services that are dt

department spoke to the stu 'Mrs P. B. 11.111Irs Cant a week of :Mary Ann Morgan. Laura The 9th and 10th grade girls Softball team defeated the llth ana being conducted by Rev Fred aN

dent chapter of the American former president. was unable toFree Jane is a former resident of Keystone 12th grade girls 4-3 while the 11th and 12th grade boys took Carter of Wnghtville Ga at the

it Heights. I the 9th and 10th grade boys into camp to the tune of 95. Methodist Church.

I Col! and Mrs. Paul Hayes of i iI i[ All of these activities were witnessed by a crowd of more i Misses Betty Durban and Jackie
Washington D. C. were guests than 500 students and patrons of Starke and neighboring com Harley. accompanied by Dr Walters -

( I I for five days last week at the munities. \ and Mr and :Mrs L. H FuUh

Tank home of Col. Emna Vogel. Col. ]I', I([attended the Youths rallev at
I Hayes is Chief of the Medical TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT grounds Friday evening.Mr First Methodist Church in Games- ,

I Consultant Division of the Officeof I and Mrs Percy Griffin of vine on last Saturday night This Z

I II Jacksonville called on their father the Methodist i
the Surgeon General of the II ralley was part

I Army and his wife, a Lt. Col. of.I. Walter Griffin Sunday evening.Mr. United E.ar.gelisticlission being I i i

:the Army Nurses Corps, is Chief': and Mrs. Charles Alvarezand I conducted in Florida at this time. ,

,(Nurse at Walter Reed Army Hospital -i Mrs. \Vm.V.. Hammond family: have moved back to I Cheri and Johnnie Redgraveof ,
WITH% Hampton. I
in Washington. They went i UAA.A.A.AWilliam WAAAAAAAAAAA Jacksonville were 2 GreatAppliances

from here to Myrtle Beach, S. I Morris Nazworth left Tuesday II III I guests of their grandparents '
C'I' Herrin of Baltimore, I I for the Armed Forces. and Mrs O. J. Anders. lr'I'
for some fihlng.
RANGE with in 1 1It's
ANY NEW GAS sometime
Md. is spending
You don't have to go to the I,his sister Louise Manier and son :Mrs. Donald McMahone and I Mrs. Mae Wells attended homecoming ..'

big city to live dangerously. Just :Charles- son Donnie accompanied by her at the Methodist Churcin / a a zero-range freezer
take parents Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wat- Middleburg last Sunday. Mrs. .
come to Keystone your I and Mrs. Don Hill and t, :rj plus a no-defroit refrigerator -
H. Souther- Mr. terson motored to Savannah, Ga. Wells serves as organist on this
for a walk. Mrs. I all in beautiful
dog one
and Mr. and Mrs. P'I
land was doing just that last Fri- children last week to meet her husband annual occasion. I cabinet. 9--cu.ft capacity.

Slade Gas Co. day afternoon, taking her "Scottie" ,I Christee at of Daytona Gainesville Beach.spent Saturday i Don 24 whose hour ship docked there fora W P. Kemp has returned to ..': \ So different! See it today!

for a walk on a leash a The Boys Club of the Baptist period. his home here after visiting rel- _
block or two from her home on and Mrs. Arthur Watterson and Mr. atives for some time in White r
Church enjoyed a
Magnolia St. when a large black and :Mrs. Frank Thornburg of Springs.Mr. .
hamburger roast Saturday night. Mod.IlM-95K! EASY
PHONE 121 STARKE, FLA.AIAAAAAAAAAU dog running loose jumped the Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox spent Fair Forest, S. C. are visitingthe : and Mrs. Pasco Mott. and

Scottie. Mrs. Southerland snatched the weekend in Jacksonville. M. L. Watterson's. children Butch Elizabeth, Larry, REFRIGERATOR

I up her dog in her arms but the Mr. and :Mrs. Billy Dease of Overnight guests at the Swee- and Carol Ann of Gainesville were TERMS

AVM larger animal lunged and knocked I I Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Glen ney home recently were: Joan visiting Mr. Molds aunt Mrs. L FREEZER

her to the ground and the battle McIntosh of Panama City were Sweeney of Gainesville and Emo- H. Futch last Sunday afternoon. .

:. was on. In the resulting melee, Sunday guests at the Tidwell jean Hall of Theressa. Mr. and Mrs. Wyllis. of Hastings ,\
Mrs. Southerland was Beverly;
Don Faircloth of Gainesvillewas
ho-r.e. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. RobertsJr.
the arms and legs.! It took A FEW OF ITS AMAZING FEATURES
ten on and a recent visitor in town, he of St. Augustine and Mr. and JUST
Guests at the home of Mr.
-r : 15 stitches to repair the damage. I has just returned from 10 1-2
Mrs. Vernon Silcox and son, ,
Mrs. Hall last week were ( Then her
We have not yet heard what injuries Lyn No-Dtfrost Refrigerator Section Bigger RoomIer
I' months in Korea. Davit, of Starke were the dinner
( 'Mrs. Milton Newman, Willie Croft,
Traipse 6 the dogs suffered. Didn'twe I The daughter born to Mr. and guests of the G. W. Roberts last Moist-Cold Fresh Food Storage Sliding, Adjustable Shell!l .
of Jacksonville
about an ordinance Mrs. Carrie Bagley \
: hear something Mrs. Donnie Hugh Crawford on Sunday evening. f Space Maker Door Shelves Butter Conditioner
f a about dogs running lose? I and J. H. Croft of Lake City.
: April 23rd has been named Don-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon Marvin Warren of Eglin Air -
p around *.+. .TT.TT..TTT..TT....... and baby of Eau Gallic visited na Fay, weighed 7 Ibs. 7 1-2 oz. Base is spending a two weeks '. ': : : ,; .. :,'; ':>:" ". ... ', '... 'r :'-"; :

.. : : Hampton friends and were week- and was 20 in. long. leave with relatives here and at I You'll have to see it to believe ill
: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Spear of
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stuart.
H 4't'Wfl10 Forest Park, Ga. are spending I
, Z $1( / Rhames, also Mr. Rhame's mother Friends of George Shuford are
sometime with their nephew, Os- I
Mrs. G \V. Rhames. Sr. of glad to see him home after spending -
? Marian N'ormanVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ car McGee and family, and if they G. J. MCGRIFF
4 pay bills -.t pp.p. Miami is visiting the Rhames. can find a suitable place plan to several days in a Jacksonville
hospital for treatment.
Catherine Wadsworth
p Mary of
y t \ Rev Jack Seimer of Starke took make Florida their home. GENERAL
Gainesville spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs C. E. Crosby and PHONE 229
of Griffin EIECiRIC
p. over the services Sunday for our Mrs. Homer Bund
IdONOl with her grandmother Mrs. Wallace week son, Richard of Wesconette were
regular pastor. Rev. Wilson, who Ga. spent several days last
IU Collins and husband. Mr. and visiting Mr and Mrs. L. H. Futch W. Call St. Starke. Fla
: is in Miami because of illness. with the McGee and Spears.
Mrs. Collins entertained at dinner last Sunday afternoon.
There was a good attendance at Mrs. Weathersby of Branford,
I Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. P.
both services and also in Sunday spent last week with her sister,
School with 75 present out of an Wadsworth Jr. and children of Mrs. T. J. Alderman and family.Mr. .

enrollment of 7!. Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. E. and Mrs. Calvin Richard of
A. Thomas of Eustis, Fla. Continuous '
C Everybody remember church Arcadia, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Pre- quality

Not when I can sit at home and pay by check! every Sunday and Sunday School Mr.children and :Mrs.Gloria Wiley Williamsonand Irvin and vatt and children of Starke were

The makes the rounds for me." at 10 a. m. and Training Union Ivan, Mrs. J. D. McCulloch and Sunday guests of their parents,
n I 2 C: I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins. Sat-
7 Choir
at p. m. practice every son Luke spent the weekend in
: Tuesday night, and Prayer Meet- urday night guests of the Adkins
were H. W. Priester and daughter after
ing every Wednesday night at Mr. and Mrs. Lester Miller of qearw
: o'clock. Everyone invited. Greensville, S. C. were recent Sibyl of Palatka.Mr. year

: :Mr. and :Mrs. James: Gaskins.formerly of and Mrs. Colsie Rigdor
supper guests the C. L. :Mays'and :
of Heilbronn, but now visited their parents, Mr. and I
I Reand :Mrs. Childress and
the Mrs. Wm. Slade Sunday, and were!
of Tampa, are proud parentsof
family were Sunday dinner guests.
FLORIDA BANK at STARKE a baby daughter Virginia The eight grade and guests helda Saturday night callers of Roy I w

wa. : Jacquelin, born Thursday, April Barker at Waldo.
I C I weiner roast on the school '
30. Dorothy Hardy, eight year old' a Coke

I Illtmltr 2Jloriba I((\\tonal\ jrout : I Vernon Morgan visited friends Heilbronn Church Sunday night. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas

twsaI and relatives in this community MY. and )trs. Seimer are parentsof Hardy was operated on last week

:'I during the weekend. Rev. Jack Seimer. for appendicitis at the Alachua

Mr. and Mrs. Otto F. Seimer :Mrs. A. H. Harley of Lawtey Hospital in Gainesville, the last.

I TRR RRRRIRRRRRIR r and daughter. Bell, visited the visited the S. C. Harleys recently. report was that Dorothy was dosIng
fine and expected home soon

:Mrs. R. B. Dickerson is ill. I

Mr. and Mrs. Jake Howard of

YOU GET MORE .YET PAY LESS; Gainesville the John were Blackman's.Mr. recent" guestsof !

and Mrs. Oliver Underhill j i .

and Mrs Ernestine Underhill and

daughter of Heilbronn Springs,

spent Sunday with the J. A.I! v.

flDDGETRUkS Sassers.Mr. J/ (

and Mrs. Sasser received
e ; VI
I word that their son RaymondJ. ;

I Sasser has been transferred v

from Korea to Yokahama, Japan. ,I

:Mrs.: John Blacknan and son .. 'I,
thanks to new Harold Rhoden were in Jacksonville (. ii: _., .rj.A

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njlDAY. >I\\
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'i i Hawaiian Theme ; Birthday Party i I i OTICI:
Junior Club FPKR I All work" ,
shall be done in
1. la Civil ('..rt. Aradl.rd, ,. accord-!"at'C.1.'t..tvr".r F
t II tl.rl.Ut C..I| ante th plans, specifications. and; I -tru.' ,;
I. ;
f'.r. I II
To Be Used ForVoman.s For Helen other
1 KellyMr. Met contract
I Monday fVtcr P.'a Fiatn.if. documents r<<''lal".1th..rt" I '
yg. \nr.' V .. ,
1Gladys !I'.'*. Dff :...U t. 'i! which.. ,, may., be f'a"l-. "
the ,
\ Club nffuor -
EventA : -
1 and Mrs. Eustace Kelly entertained The Junior Woman's Club met( lobe. .T.p..r.. ,'aH' X,'. Ht:!t Put.I', :",.. O-r'",,: .. F.i. ,

1i about 25 young friends ,in the club house Monday eve- I IT..> ,\r.:.. Y Pta. wg> r.-"ider". :, \r'h.tti.:1.' at theffi> e of Sanf...>rd W ';"in .. ...
Hawaiian theme will be usedat ; : F'rde ,
and '
i .of their daughter. Helen. Sunday with Elsie Hazen. addrv c Ann.c V Papo- > f';sn,. .,' .. -
,I ntn; president. Ibiit.h! _"6. ; -i" r i 'r I : }'
U> May Day covered dish .. Th $;r..t.i.anm..nt' ,I,,, G: ','. ., .
'i .. \t' t. t
19. at their I
afternoon. Apr. home 'presiding. : ; Long I-Un ""tdna. NVw Tor 'f 'r t
luncheon the Woman's.Club ( th '
given by .[near New River. The occasion Madge Chasteen reported that J You are her<-bjr nutified that a ;", -,'- .:. .'' :1 \ ,
Mooty at their last meeting of the i|!was Helen's twelfth birthday anniversary. invitations have been sent out tr ; suit Dtl'rce for H.!l.--! .," .

Phone 35 1 year. Wednesday. May 13 at 12 i t'rxaa been filed against yon in th*
.o'clock. Members of the execujtlve the Senior Woman's Club, the .shove.. .___named_. _h'U Court_ and cause and I -
.----- ----- ------------ j* The dining room table was centered -:;girls of the BHS graduation class I uu ;c trtjuirro 10 Hra copy of
----------------------- - -- -- -- -- - - j board will be hostesses for the your answer: i>r pleading to the :;
'affair. ( with three: beautiful cakes and faculty members for the an- complaint on the Plaintiffs i I
Stork Shower Garden Club "'tt.rat'Y. T Frank Landruis .}
the center Sarah
1 Bill and Nancy Dea Wall son one being the birthdaycake ,Inual tea. Ruth Simmons. Cprke. Florida. '
I land embossed in pink and'wlute. .Torode and Elsie Hazen gave reports ar.d file the original In the office of
I Board
For Mrs.t JordanMrs | MeetingThe daughter of Col. and Mrs. H. I the Clerk of the Circuit Court t I
i !C. Wall of St. Augustine, who are I During the afternoon softball i;i on their recent trip to the or before the on trr II
the and other dub convention in Mia rL Members 8 da> ,.f June 1J5S: .
Joe Jordan was honoredat I The Executive Board of talented danct'rs.ill participate .,'. games were played outdoors '; otterwjs-e the allegations of atd'Complitit

a lovely stork hhower given I Garden Club net Tuesday after- :I In the program in native costume :. with prizes being awardedto of the club were extended will 1'e taken as confessed ..

Tuesday evening'in the Intermediate noon at the Chamber of Commerce ,The youngsters have won great Beverly Green and Argen and :,,invitations to the May Day j ji I This by you.notice stall toe rubltsteo

Room of the Baptist called The !:acclaim in former appearances at i i'I I Glen Tomlinson. I I i covered-dish luncheon given by the I,j once each week for four conseou '
office a meeting. '
l i(I in the Bradford
Church by Mrs. E. D. Tenly. Miss the Hotel Ponce de Leon. I I Refreshments were served fol10ing -|Senior Club on May 13. j I i I Telegraph. Count 1
Joan Silcox and Mrs. O. L. Llnsin.i board in behalf of the club mem- 'I I Members and guests are asked I jl| the games. j Mrs. EvaJyn Cooper spoke Onher I! I'atrd this; i day of MaV, mjOFFICIAL ; y r. r
bers wish to thank all taking par? recent visit to Russia, during I \ SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Attractive % arrangements of to make reservations with Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court | I
roses and plumosia fern were in the musical "Flying High" and ,;M. F. Brown, phone 157 or Mrs. |Beta Sigma PhiThe the program and Jack Trawick I Isho''d By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy 55t5:9ctll rirrk

placed at vantage.points throughout assisting in making the play a I 1 Jair.es. Lewis, phone 15I-J not I a film on cancer. II I -

the room for the occasion. success.A j;later than Monday evening. bimonthly meeting of Beta :: I IjVoman's Notice la Kuullmi Kill RIDs(Cualrarlor I
!i Everyone attending is requested Sigma Phi will be held Monday '! Auxiliary )tarLe' Florida
cwrmittee: of members of
Appropriate games were played !Ito I rated hid| ; Will be TrcelXrd l-\
bring a covered dish. Invitations night at 8 o'clock at the home of'' Thr Board ,
.f Pullh] In.-tructU-i
during the evening and prizes I I club will carry Peace Roses to have been extended to members June Patel on Temple Avenue Met Monday Bradford ,',.unt).. Florida! at the >.t.f, Mother's :
awarded to Mrs. the VA hospital on Sunday and fie of thr Superintend ..e i'liM.. RestaurantDine
were Freer.anRegister I I I i I I of the Junior Woman's Club, with Margaret McGriff as cohost- The Woman's Auxiliary of the In.struitiiui 111 Staik t'..rtda, up '.
Jr., Mrs. Mike Sheppard also place Peace Roses in the and members of the State Farm i iI ess. 10 o'dk,3.1.. .. t'f M.in.I.. > ,
\ 'I I Episcopal church met Monday June 1. 195J.! at w h" h tin... and pla.: Mother Out On Her Dal.it Her .
Community Club.ivlethodist 'I :Spend \ tool.ve .
and XIrs Paul Raymond.Mrs. Methodist Church on May 17 for :: afternoon in the Parish House for all bids rrtrixnt w ill! l dr pulili. itoprnad

Jordan received many the Armed Forces Day special!'I Recent BirthsAD I their regular monthly meeting: ing all and nuttenaN read al.tlol:..uiJ f..i lai..r fi'rni ami-h- :.tful. Mealtime Here Delicious 11e11-I'repared<<1

lovely and useful gifts. service. I|I Circles I [ Mrs. Mattie Gahagan presidedover I uaetructingtttRooFnc I Food i
At Kconomicat:
Met ThisVeek I II 2 and Mrs. Ed Hicks an- the business meeting in which j : niiookr.itlirooLrr. : "11U01. i Prices.

nounce the birth of a son, William report of the Silver Tea given FloridaAny ,
a | bid rnrived after 1 IH"Iumnl(; ) on TUB SER1Il'lFOY'S
I Circle 1 of the Methodist I II Edward on Monday, May 4 inthe on April 9 was given. The amount I time and date will not be spenfled i-uji-I' :

I. W S.C.S, met in the Kingsley I Jacksonville XAS Hospital. realized at the tea paid for a hot 'I "ld..rO'd.Ea"h. bid
(j) Mark On Your Calendar Lake home of Mrs. T. H. Slade j' M rs. Hicks is the former Dorothy water heater and range for the 'I b>' a certified mut-t check bf or accompanied bid bond in

I I' Tuesday morning. Spring flowers I I Johns. daughter of Mrs. Havana Parish House Plans were made I base thr amount bid ajo guarantee of fur per that cnt the of lad ih.t DR1VE-INN RESTAURANTTemple
..m varied hues were used in decorating I Ii. to give one-half on five scholarships der. if awarded the contract w iii. :
BIRTHDAYS 1 a- to Camp Weed. These II j within ten 'on"t''utl\'e oalrndat
the spacious living room
days after
I written notice bring and Trait SK.
1 Ss ANNIVERSARIESjF 1 i.: and porches. Mrs [.. A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Crawford of I young people will attend the campat I*lv.n of uch award, enter intu. a
1 And 1'presided and thanked the circle Hampton announce the birth of a 1, the time alloted for their age I Public written contract Instruction with uf The Board Bradf.-.l. F. I B, Cox. Owner J I. Jordan Myro

T..1 & I me-n.bers: for their cooperation the I daughter Donna Faye, on April group. (' unty. Florida. in atv"nUn.v u .: '. ,
OTHER SPECIAL DAYS 23 in Alaclyia General Hospital Mrs. J. W. Kaufmann and Mrs. the accepted bid and give a c..nt, .. ---- ---- ------ --- --- --
yearThis being the last
past I II
(: I I surety bond satisfactory I. -., I I
You Should Remember |I meeting of the fiscal year. she }Gainesville. Mrs. Crawford is Lemuel Colson, hostesses for the i Hoard in an amount equal to -

With Flowers was given a rising vote of thanks* the former Miss Margaret Hall of ,afternoon served refreshment hundred. per tent of thr l'.nt'.l'' I
When you send flowers 9&a by the circle for her loyalty and I Hampton.Paul 'during the social hour. I prioe.o bidder. may withdraw' hl- !..d|! Give
for a .rh.d ..f fifteen Mother
rpmt1Dbranc..% your gUtbeprak fine leadership. Mrs. W. G. Haile ,I! I the date vet fur the opening'\th.ar-i r- ..'i
+ jour good judge led the devotional using as her : I

ment as wi-U as your goodie subject "Motherhood". Mrs. E. L. ,
,, uUhi-H. Consult us about any j : '
occasion or any debited ar- Matthews gave an interesting talk ,:, : &it I Jff.EVERY A Plant
PHONE 218 raagernentCOLONIAL !Jon the highlights of the Methodist o

revivals that were held recently (

FLORIST |I in Georgia and are being held this I ::1 FASCINATING PHASE I For Year Round EnjoymentMOTHER'S

|, week in Florida. jt ij j 'I
Knight who sas spent the and her keys were returned to'
Fla. t A delicious covered dish lunch- :
NONA ST. i' 'past two years in Munich, Germany her Monday. OFCflfJii'll
eon was the
enjoyed on porch j' I
overlooking the lake. Cohostesses 'I as a Producer for Radio Friends of Judge Adkins who i DAY SPECIALS l
; I Free writes his underwent in i | I I I"t II II
w | for this meeting were Mrs. H. !, Europe parl"nts'i a major operation Ullt
'C.' 'Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, that St. Luke's last Friday will be gladto r
: filch Mrs. Wilma Dockstader
Persons Listed Here Have I 1 I
'he is spending ten-day vacation know he is getting along as'' AZALEAS I
and Mrs. H. H. Adams. II HIBISCUS
Money Unknowingly Due ThemIf I I on the Isle of Capri at present, well as can be expected also
Circle 2 met Monday afternoon and that he expects to visit in I friends of Mrs. A. C. Durden will

In the home of Mrs. Morgan'I' New York and Starke for a month.'be happy to hear that she is get And Other HEn! PINK
think :\ > of these know
)uu lOU art ni person any of them,
Richarde at the State Farm with :,: 1 1Mrs. this summer PFC Vernon ting along nicely after her re
or am the hrlr ur any of Own, please send the mailing addreni ;, NURSERYSTOCK WIiITESin
J. L Williams: as cohostess. i i(i ]Underhill of the Warren Air Base cent illness .
Anirrlran 1..lIullnr !oWn 1('., haft 776 Co\lnrton, LouisianaHirther I I
J Arrangements of gladioli. i j II I Information uiU !t.- M-nt. being celebrated this
j I Easter lilies and !snap-dragons, 1 leave with his parents, the Paul
Mark, llainptun lllRlilajid, lake Geneva, lautey, Putnam Hail, were used in the living and dining I t I II I Underhill, before reporting June week are: Pearl Sauls last Sunday N 0

:SampMin, \\'liltl.>, Moraliume, Italford.bTUIKI ( rooms. Mrs. J. II. Ritch. chair- 16:: to- San Francisco for Far East I II I Buba Wells on Monda\ 1 $1.00 Up

man opened the meeting with Sara Barefoot on Wednesd.uMargaret
I i duty PFC Harold Smith rejcently : ;
: FI.\ .
PIT IM II ti.!. rn. I I I
llemtell.lllle' Man. I la,,IdV :1 prayer for the revival. Mrs. 'I < left for the European Brown on Thursday, anu* ( HYDRANGEA

lluaera IIarI..la, 111111. nurkell\11'0'J.Tarlkk I'I.\. i I Ritch thanked officers and mpmI' -i i I theatre of operations for further Marlene Linsin, 1st grade, who i> ...'t. CASSIAspecial
s"...rr. Jerry M. aid unit J. bers for their cooperation during *i J t '"
duty 7 old I For Bloom
1 t. KC .01 Jattle C.U I 1 years and brother. l.arTy.3rd |I Breaking:
.mp.ua Mary I'
nude, HoleWilliam ll.DO. .'1.,. the pest year followed by arising I II j I See Kitty Andrews has moved grade, who is 9, celebrated at ,

**.. JekuleUllllnni <+uaaa.e I>. I'aHell.., lUraeolDatU. Maricuerllellatl I I Ritch for vote her of thanks to Mrs. ,:i i I teen restaurant from the GreenI class parties on Thursday after- / / :\11L.HGE: ;
('..,...UlMriON., ( laude W.LI.. Jr aad IU..le N.: Jark, ( karlrllllaiu.II.llegrote. .' Jr.1'utt.l4 the year. Mrs. M. R. Judd held I I:I I building on Temple avenue to the' noon Florence Flynn has a II I I:

KultlH )|,.e l'l.\..nldaIIK.IIl.tM till: KddleFuller,:Jan,.. MalheM a quiz program on Missionary 'j..I 301 Motel! it's commendable birthday Betty Monday Register celebrate and Freemanand their Completely capturedand I 1.50 $4.00

Coriu, .\mnllatldeB. Iluarrs. Henry llatldBiler affairs. j I! to see the number of business men
wedding anniversary on Wednesday held the
Obi* t'I.UII \llenn U Fl.t. Rt'frt'shmt'nts.t're served by :! through magic :
I'urkrr. Joan I. and Mary J. Dr.".. Clarenre IZdninHill. : that meet at the Avery Inn every of I
f.a..der, JulUu !'? and Ya...le OlUaIttlMIIIII. the hostesses during the social ,, t our camera! I
1a.lur, .' Saturday morning at 6:15 for the Hear the President of
salllenUroM. !C. 1.\ period. i the Senate If on will! rail
: I II I Ii ) or stop
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Carl (; \.r.oa, \\ llllellu I
U Illlmn.. Julia (....rl.. ..... JueJarktoa. I :I I Gideon Club breakfast and prayer i I Ball in Tallahassee Tuesda in, we will Le pleased to explain I OPEN SUNDAYWe
I.IHK.K\II.t. ELI. ( llf furd H. i 1 Circle 3 'met at the home of,, hour hear the Presbyterian I
sIlley, Mark 1.. '.1..).., Fraakllu llunardrtU I Mrs. E. S. Matthews with the; Youth I quite an elaborate affair our sm ice. I
Fellowship had a .
1.1117i'I.l. > \raoldMmn I I grand Among the Callstreeters I, I
% ..... Mablr ..B.. J.Ilsrh.r..hirly largest attendance of the year. ;j'time at the Billy Dowling's onjKingsley i!(i attending were Helen and Dr 'll I Deliver And Set Out Plants
M. '( koniaa, Joe \\'. Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mrs A. i! llI I II .
.. : Lake last Saturday afternoon Kartsonis. Steve I
llendrlelh.Ule K.SOUK Tk ma Italpkuod \\ i I and Ruth Simmons j
Karntvad'Imlurk \\' .. Irene I' Wood have made a 100 percent. for their annual swimpicnicadult : Carleen Landrum, 'I I 1
\\'. J. (I.Ut aa of H .10ktins attendance. I j ,
I sponsors were Hazel|land Jim Ritch, Ovid and Date V STARKE NURSERY
The meeting was opt'n'dith a Green
I and Rev. W. S. McAliley'j I Lewis Guy Andrews, George i I

-- .. .. .., __ .... '_ .. I review of the rear and a prayer I received a card from the Kopelousos J. R. Kelly. Gene
-- -, .> o ,__." .n_ .--. __ _.. -.. __ _.."'_ offered I 1 ( 1 f / '
thanksgiving was too East Laura
l lof I II |(Judge Perrymans from Seven Long, Everett McKinney Lucia St. Phone 15H-W 1 :

I Mrs. Wood. Falls Cheyenne Canyon Colo. I Conner Jerome Johns and Phil PHONE 265 ST.UIiI,1.: .\ 'j Ruby Johns I.. M. GainesUNBELIEVABLE i

Mrs. W. H. N'ollman read "A they are enjoying a tour of the I
YOU'ye to taste Vitsky They say both Ted ,
just got Compelling Responsibility of the West for several weeks I .. .
and '
Charley The :
i: Church" concerning the need of which man Evelynn wonder ( Pres i Johns ., -:.. : .. .- -. -- ,- ";.,

re,. is l eleganl ice cream Chaplains for the armed forces. "i had on her mind when Xewsome she lost 'I!I looked each wonderful of "the, and girls"Ted from presented -

Mrs. Dibble gave the her keys in the dime store at'I'
I Starke with an orchid corsage .
e ; topic "Blessed are the de\'OtiOnal'j G'ville last Friday? she had Seems to be all for now See

d&ty Heart." to get a locksmith to make a key you in the next .
ICE CREAAq Mrs E. L. Matthews and Mrst t for her car so she could get ho.r.e -Carolyn
W II.Oollman assisted the
I t
LalyBOT hostess in serving refreshments ,
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Ollr.. Recent Birth SCHOOL of BALLET But True

Mr and Mrs A M Woods an- .
IIIACI( nounre the both of a son Gregory .
3:30 P.M.
Alfr. d.
RLSPEEIIItY% < 'linn Mrs. Olga-Rita Davison/ VETERANS --The Chance Of A Lifetime To

Own Your Own Home

Buy-by the Borden Ice Cream sign) ATB>FL':.'
Phone 1S3-W Call
After I P.M.
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Fri., Sat.-May S, 9



Uith Tjn>n wooer 1F DOWNPAYMENT'
Now Ready To Serve -And-

Praire Buckaroos

Leon Krrul and Connie H.iins"

NEARBY LOCALITIES Also Cartoon and Serial ( THEATRE Keystone Heights 1 1Tu I

Sun., Mon.-May 10, 11 r
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1', .MAY 8, 1W3 r\rr nvr
MEMORIALTO Recent Births I !- J
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I 1 Whereas, God in His infinite Mr and Mrs Wm S Haa

.:I wisdom, has called unto Himself, announce the birth ji a da'ighte>
I i|!His good and faithful servant, : Linda, on Tuesday. May 5. in! 1
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!our friend and co-worker. Elder Alachua] General Hospital Mr

1N THE NEVYYS a''I Fred A. Scott, who departed this and Mrs Haas recently meted r, I

i life April 21, 1953; and Starke from Lake Butler and are

I. the session and the John Pearce houseon
--------- - - Whereas we occupying :
Recent gu !U of Mr and Mrs.T Mr and Mrs C C Hoppe and \, board of deacons of the First the Lake City highway Mr

L. Casey were Mrs. Cue}". c.n. Jimmy of TaTpa: will spend j I I Presbyterian Church, express our Haas is Soil Conservation DlStn" a
niece, Mrs. Bertha Shuler of Columbus -, the weekend with Mrs. 0 L'j j jBtaaley thanksgiving to God for his beautiful ; Supervisor for Bradford CountsMrs.

Ohio and nephew, Bill ] and Mrs. J. W Kincaid. Christian life, his strong Haas and baby daughter will

Neeld of Tampi- ., Mrs. C. A Dnggers is spendinga I!I faith, his devotion to the church 'return to their home here thIS 1

Mr and Mrs. Ralph Begue and month in Kentucky visiting her ,I his regular attendance at all timesto weekend. |
children pent the weekend with;i moth:". j|, the services and meetings of the I|i Mr and Mrs. P L Benton amj -

Mr and Mrs. L. I. Channel) in I!|.:I Planet Jr. Hand I'1"W at Sis ', church right up until the week of j,nounce the birth of a son. Gerald ( ANN PAGE MACARONI 1Lb 15C -- -

Wlhhrood. :I:trunk's. |I II i his death, and his service as an I Randolph, on Thurs ay Apr 30 .icaIkj
Mr and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and i I Mrs. Lee MacDonell of Pensa- ;ji ;elder for over eighteen years; and i in Alachua General Hospital

children day at the spent Fred Saturday Leonard and cottage Sun-!!i cola arnleg today for an Indef-j II'II'I i i I I Whereas, the loss of his presence I Mr and Mrs Herbert Anderson ANN PAGE SPAGHETTI 1Lb_ 15C ft1t
inite visit with Mrs. J. E. Wilson. and influence iron: .our midst '
I I the birth of ? sun on
Lake. announce
Spring !, Rev. and Mrs. R. K. Gwin and will be felt keenly, we hereby express j
Star and Brand Children Shots at Stump's.for Indies family have moved into the Maude';!!I our appreciation of his life Ma1 at Doctors CUr.ic I! DAILY DOG FOOD 3 1-lb Cans 25'' Mo h1!
Crews home en N. Walnut street. of faithful Christian service which TTTYYTYTTMTTTfTTTTTTTfl :
Mrs A. M Sieg has moved to '
j Mr. and Mrs. John W. Griffin has been a shining exam pie to all
Gainesville where her daughter, AND
of Ochlocknee, Ga. and Mr. and who have observed it. HARRIS TUNA FISH 6ozCa" (
the U. of
P.H Sieg. u a student at EXPERIENCE COUNTIf 23C
F Mrs W. H. Tomson and children'' We further desire that our l
!'ot MonUcf'lo111: spend Mothers b<> extendedto
Mrs Mary Edwards of Jacksonville heartfelt sympathy Lou need a truss or surgical
) is spending this week with i Day with their mother, Mrs F. F. > the members t of his family.I support, you cannot afford to SULTANA SALAD DRESSING Pt 19C' -

Dr and M. U. Herlong and family.Mr .I Stump. I i iI (that a copy of this memorial be take a chance with your health,
and Mrs Benedict Finzer Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Jordan, former :recorded: in the permanent records fitted. .- ,
end family of Louisville, Ky. have I managers of Foy's Drive-In in ,of this church, that a copy be by being! improperly 1::' ; r : ;
Prescription AUNT .
Here at Cano\a JEMIMA FLOUR PlorSR5Lb 45C ; : f ; ,
moved into tte E. C. Long house,Jacksonville have moved into the sent to the CHRISTIAN OBSERVER Ont v, we have trained technicians : :: :, : ,
..f) Christian street Mr. Finer Lucian Conner house and are and to the BRADFORD :
both male and female,
is the new office manager of Big ,managing the local Foy's Dnve- COUNTY TELEGRAPH for pub- .
Dad Mfg. Co. In on Temple avenue. lication and that a copy be published to sere jou.Remember health anti CAMPBELLS TOMATO JUICE 46 z 29C : ,:, 'l ;
Mr and Mrs. T. J. Gnffin have I'rlm1''-)d flat Enamel S-lf in the bulletin of the church jour : !:i
had as guest, Mrs C. C. Mendoza Malr On C'oat Cr At Starke' Done by order of the elders and comfort depend on expert JTOKEI.YS() Whole t' ,I "
and daughter, Miss Gloria Johns, of,Hardware Co. ,deacons, April :26:! 193.: fitting. if. ; 4 ., '. \4

Jacksonville on Saturday and 11.M I Mrs. J H DuPre and daughter, j W. S. McAhley. Minister GREEN BEANS No. 303 Can 25C'.f( i: ",, .;> ;.'. 1

Griffin of Waldo on Sunday. :1 Nancy, joined Mr. DuPre in Miami i Guy Andrews, Clerk CANOVA ., I ,," _r._' .'\ ,. Mr and Mrs Charles Meyers last Thursday for the weekend.Mr. I J -":" ." -'''::: 1. /
Starke, Florida .
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and daughter, Sandi, of Jacksonville -, DuPre has bt't'n.in Miami for a i" _-

were visiting the Jumu.the week on business. Mrs. Hogan Smith and daughter PHONE 4202 PRESERVES 2 Lb Jar 11 -'- -

Smiths and friends here on Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Martin Land will JoAnn. Barbara Colley and (Near Ho*pital) I 35'

Mrs. Huth Ross of Winston-I i spend the weekend in Mayo visiting ,larksonville Gainesville, Fla.
Barbara Prevatt
were in -
Salem, N. C. and Mrs. Grace Lant- DRY
Mrs Land's parents, Mr Jane Parker Mother's
ze of Charlotte N. C. were weekend shopping on Tuesday & Day
guests of Mrs. Mirtha Maxwell -!! Mrs. Robert Lancaster. I I WHITE HOUSE 1 Lb 53''
Mrs. J. C. Fogg and children. j
I i I
;Susan and Michael flew to Rush !IJ LAYER E CAKE E
Tower Lawn Mowrr at Siv:I Itrunk's i;
City Minn, on Thursday to spend ,
I several weeks with Mrs. Fogg'sparents. : STARKE HEINZ
Inman Green, J. I). Doyle and: TOMATO .
': Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fitch. i j I
Robert Green attended the N. W'
I Carl Lawrence of the Hunter 1 Two golden layers
District Elks Clinic in Perry on I II RADIO TV SERVICE
Air Force Base, Ga spent the filled and iced with
Sunday. I'I wet'kendith his cousins, Mr. and j deliriousanilla

Shoes Star for Brand Men Dress and and Ho}Work':; atStump's. ;;:i Mrs. Luke Feeney. Ii j Reasonable Guaranteed Service 3 : FOR cream, coated with
'i Kev. and Mrs Earl Winters I SOUPS 35c snowy white cocoa-"

Mrs. James Stewart of Keystone' visited Mrs.while Marion enroute Howe to their last [': : On All Makes Radios or TV -4 11 I nut. A large red C
Heights and Mrs. M. II. Colley:Friday roso and green: 79
were in Jirksonville last Friday. ;,home in Rochester, N. Y. :i I II : 3 leases make a striking
Mr and Mrs I. 1-;. Clark spent I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbs of1 IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS decoration.

the weekend with their son and I the State Farm were Sunday : :. NOT GIVING YOU 31
daughterinlawMr.. and Mrs lUyCUrk 'guests of Mr. and Mrs Alton SATISFACTIONCall
as .4
in N. Augusts, S. C. Dobbs. ., No D apponfm nf$ for Woffitrj Who luy A f'i"SuperRight"
Mrs Robert Martin and children Mrs O L Beasley and Mr J .
of Clay Hill were Sunday guests \\'. Kincaid hyl as guest Tuesday : ; r 198-W.At Once .4 1= = Jane Parker Decorated

01 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin Leroy Whidby of Kirming Meats
Miss Phyllis Steidley M ixwell of ham. Ala and Mrs Robert Bacon C .
\Vlnston-Salem, N. C. has movedto of Live Oak. t 21S E. Call StreetAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Next Door To NasAtorthy's -

Staike and is making her home .Mother's Day) 4
Gifts(; for ( -
':; SAt SAE( ; DRY
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with her mother, Mrs. Martha Holeproof Ny Ion Iloxe: :.Miss1'/ -- .
Maxwell. Mi-s Maxwell stilted Swank Slips Luxite (owns, .1CERVELAT Jane Parker Assorted
working as secretary for the Half Slips and Hand Hags at : ;i I 1-1b Roll_ 69C : 1 Mother's
I Day
Starke Medical Center on MonOay.''Stump's.I :4 .
Mr and Mrs Herbert Darby and and children .4 -\ --
Mrs. K. O. Dansby .,.
children, Mrs Harry Darby and,'Janice and Mickey, and :Mrs. R.! :4 4 !l.t .... .- CUP CAKES 33C
Mrs. Mathis of Lake City were' 4
J. Andrews and daughter BarbSra: .4 ,. Lb
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. Jean, were luncheon guests last .4 7 COOKED SALAMI 55(

M Ilirefoot. Friday of Mrs. A. I. Carr in \ :4 ." r
Nets Odorless Hat &: OIossKiuunels > ,, also attended = Peter PanP'nut
Jacksonville and they
At Staike Ilarduurt' ('41.: 4 ,tv ..> THURINGER2lb Roll ( Butter 12-oz 35c
i the Navy Carnival on Satur : .. .... 39 ,
Roberts Jr
Mr and Mrs. George day. I 4i .

of Amos St. Augustine Willy of and Hastings Mr and were Mrs |: Mr and Mrs John Mixon and j I : I;" a '4 ,' :l ALL GOODSLICED; Bab-O Cleanser, 2 for 25c
and Mrs. E. M. '4
daughter and Mr I
visiting Mr and Mrs. Vernon Silicwj \
on Sunday. I Davis were in Archer on Sunday "l BACON Lb 59C' Felso Soap Powder, Ige 28c
Mrs P. E Stone and :
visiting E
l'.t.'eslf'Y' U. Andrews, on = I
leave from the Minne base at Par- Miss Mamie Anderson.i QUICK FROZEN Hluing Flakes

ris Island, S. C, visiting his i i and Mrs. Crosby H. Dawk- : Blu-White . lOc
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews ins and daughter. Janelle. of Jack- I.: THE GIFT OF A LIFETIME COD FILLETS Lb 23cToilet'<::
He will report to the som'me111 spend the Soap Bath Size
with Mrs. Dawkins' parents :
Jacksonville Naval Station on May
13. and Mrs. W. H Nollman.I lr'l 4 REALLY APPRECIATE JEWELRY WESTERN CHOICE Sweetheart, 2 for 23c

i-tl Carswell of Tampa and Mrs I I and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and j : NOW AND FOR YEARS TO COME t LAMB SHOULDER Half or Whole Lb Richer Suds
Janle Avery visited R. W. Cars-, family were In F lkston, Ga. over ) C 35c
well In Daytona Beach over the the weekend visiting Mrs. Vickers' Appropriate Gifts From $4.95 up Trend, giant size 49c

weekend j I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G pp. WESTERN CHOICE \

Mr and Mrs. Carl Andrews of Gowen. J Ivory now, Ige. 27c
Fort Myers were weekend guests I I I Try Ia\U Match Color Odorless pp.C LAMB LEGS Half Whole Lb 69CI:

of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews F.namels At Starke Hardware j Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry I )I'.arCamay

Mr and Mrs Nile Dyal and ('41.I \ t" --- -' -- _.' -- -, -: > Soap 2 for 23c
children and Mrs. T. L Casey I, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr. will spend 4 "V/ip House of Fine Diamonds'Stark '' >
spent Sunday at Flagler Beach. the Mother's Day weekend with C (
iantWant Size
Miss AmimU Smith of Norfolk.I i l her family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy 4 Leading Jeweler E HORMELS FAMOUSCHIL Oxydol
Ige pkg 28c
Va U spending the summer with/ i|Ward and family and Darby Peekin wwvvvPVVyyyywyyynnVn, myy111y 67c
Mr and Mrs Alfred Varnes in is also the .
Lake City. Friday ..
Starke and Mr. and Mrs Berry of ... Size
D>al in Graham. fifth birthday anniversary Tide, 1ge pkg 28c 67c
Jane Ward.
Indies': Dresses, size 11 1-2 i SttSimmons was in Phil- THEATRE : i i J I
Want Size
to 24 1-2 at Stump- adelphia. Pa. from Thursday to

J. H Smith Sr. and Mr. and i I I Monday where he was with his STARKE CARNE Jov.l1e bottle 29c 69c
Mrs. J H. Smith, Jr. and daughter -'mother, Mrs Paul \Vilhelm. who

Debby of Baltimore Md. were underwent' an operation in the Dedicated To Community Service Shortening

dinner guests on Tuesday of Mr ';Jefferson hospital. "Movie Are Better Than E\er" Crisco, 1-lb can 33c
and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. The !| Mr and Mrs. V. W. Strickland,
Smiths had spent the past two,Jr. of Daytona Beach spent the If }ou find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad All Meat C With Beans C

weeks at the Brownlee cottage at weekend with Mrs. Strickland's cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS 43 3 3 ,

St Augustine.Mr parents. Dr and Mrs. C. J. Houpt ; Mb Can Mb Can _
Sat. 9 ONLYDOUBLE Tues. Wed 12 13
and trs. Robert S. Bird Friends of A. J. Hodges will be ; May May ;

and son, Robert Grandin, of glad to know that: he is home FEATURERETURN : : :: : :

Gainesville were guf'stsf Col from the Lake City veterans hos- j
and Mrs D. E. Knight last Saturday pital. where he underwent an OF Tomatoes Ib-i9 /

: operation on his leg which was i a tt I /
Sinilnc! and Dusting Materials broken when a tractor ran over 1 + : Fresh dreenBeans

sMrunW'4.for Flower and WgrtaMe* at him Mrs.at Heilbronn Raymond Springs Secrest and DANIEL BOONE' I ID VIENNA, E SAUSAGE E 19C 2Ibs 29c %

Mr and :Mrs HollU V Knight;: daughter Helen of Hallendale.Mr .\\ HERBERT YATES Winesap

were in Jacksonville on Tuesday.Mr and Mrs. Don Henley and children )- presentsTHUHDERBIRDS ;
FABULOUS Apples Ib 19c
and Mrs. J. W Killian of oft. Louis, Mo and PfcHenry DINTY MOORE

\\'a}'ne wll1., N. C. are visiting Reddish are. visiting then

"Yiends Mrs here.Al H. Harley and Mrs. parents of Lawtey.Mr. and Mrs. W. M Reddish I SENORITA I JOHN BEECH JOHN Starring! BARRYMORE Jr. 8 E EEF E F S STEW E lY2 Lb Can 47C Peppers lb 15c -

Hazel Aue of Jacksonville were 1, Mr. and Mrs Ralph R. Hill of With EstelitaPlus : MINA FREEMAN GENE EYAIIS YELLOW
guests of Idell Landnrn at Kings- the weekend "Hero For V Hal" ( artoon CUES CHRISTY WARD E3N9!!
icy Lake over the weekend.Mr South Miami shoat and (hap.. No 3 ( apt.iin \itleo" .'Iu.- "l/retorta To Durban" Travel SQUASH Lb
as guests of Mrs H H Young 10C
and Mrs. C. A. Futch weren Talk and Late-t World \evsELDON LIBBYS GARDEN
Attending the birthday dinner
Bradenton Thursday to attend AuburnJale given for Mrs MRS. (,. W. BROWN WHITE
h.- funeral of O. D. Groff. ,at SAPP
Mr and Mrs J. W. Ainsley of Fronie Johns, by her son and Sun, Mon. May 10 11 303 Con POTATOES 10 Lbs
.... )t..d.n.: Ga were weekend guests daughter-in-law! Mr. and MrsB. Thur.. Fri. May 14. 15 S SWEET PEAS S 19C 29C

..! Mr and Mrs Hogan Smith.The M Johns were Mr- and Mrs 1' I i RED
Smiths also had as Sunday Ovid Thomas and daughter Fer- '!-f'G.- '"
1 guests Mrs. Thomas OUhara and rell Mrs. Hester Thomas Mrs 7L Lb
daughter Mary Ann of Jacksonville Fronie Clexons and Mrs f1e.lABET1/ Qj

!-!: Airing.. those attending the Crews Fertilizer for Flowers, YegetaWex I 1,.14iffi n. WlWANDO LAMAS PEAS & CARROTS 303 Con 23C ORANGES 5 Lb Bg 29CPrices

Held M-
and CrlI'at :
. wedding last Friday evening in tr.aD fDWELL
"if Archer' of Miss Rita Robertson to 5r Ocowiflrveiamen
33AS !\>n Ray Tllley were Mrs M. J. Miss flan Alice Huti-hiM-t ,'.0 jcf j in this ad effective thru Saturday,

Collins of the State Farm, motherof Charlie Hoequest of Gam.->\ r1lil P1/1040 .- May 9th.
the bride Mrs. Peggy Saaller. were weekend guests of D> '\H> nJpeorGe. V R LIBBYS GARDEN SWEET a.tiltri
Mrs. C. J. >> I. t: ,iHi6lt lie tmuu.T.iiittmlDA uU'-
mother of the bridegroom, Mr Houpt. .: SauDersand '"' lHlJ/ttl

?w aid Mrs. Bill Tilley and son Misses Wanda Thornton. Eoui! ,..,.....H,..,...U,Y... \ I' 8Y2-oz ,

-. Steven, Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin Green and Ester Carter \':.Mtev.'Mr : Plus 'tOft"'Ot F.1nt.l"art on J LIMA BEANS 15C S I I 1
Robbie Sballer. Cecil Swell. Mr. I' and Mrs. Herman Hodges .n.! latentorld. Neu-, 1'lu> M<'un T Gun" Ff'atuJ't'tte: and

and Mrs. Bill Epps and Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Jeff Hodges at Lake I ")loJ't' World to Conquer" oL:; '_
)Irs. Joe Cumber. Butler Sunday afternoon. II ]I t rNt slur ""A11f1C i 'CIIIC 114 TON/AN,


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rVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYYVYVYVVVVVYYVYYYVVYYYY'1FARMER'S Hoed out the watermelons, anda lady is not only raising Slugger: ---. I I
'''I' good thing we did for the weeds !!but she is helping to feed Petal ..'present plan is to get every.i Ethel Merman StarsIn
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E't : arranged
and grass near the hills were |the overgrown fat pig of a heiteI 4 > so that county-
! t+ commencing to catch the benefit i I p v ::0' -->ting: can begin about 'Call Me Madam'

j DIARY of all that fertilizer we put out. ;i i I With all she has on her hands and RAC'i \i .: -:., You t,. expect will receive Dr. notice of Coming To Floridai

We sure would like to be able to:i right now, Alice still found time Bigger athere i

t By Sam McGarvey go out into the row and pick a I Ito mix up some DDT and sprav) ]- .1 0 ;: Merman: ) who has ."
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t. ( fine big watermelon this year. ,I corn the little bit we have are questions you called (the A-Bomb of nn:':,
b The author will be glad to ff't And then cool It. Oh, my! ::Sam asked If it is tassehr.g outland uJ.ilke\ to ask that might helpY

t calve Items of Interest concern- I[ Alice said that it alread \ ,l n. making a decision about :I Comedy is back on the! s.-- .

lag the activities:: of former In t We think that we have learnedone .has some ears. his program please let us have|again after' in absence' of :

\ Bradford County. Sogjtstloni maybe P principle of farming thatis I i I the-.r. If you own even one row--. j'years in the big new Tech ii;, .

kit at the Telegraph office or important We call it "follow, This season we have raised By Geo. T Hugginj over six months of age you havean version of Irving Uerlin'i st.\.;,'
mailed to Sun McGaxtey, Law-ley .
to interest in this
to tl through", but "finish the jobright" enough English peas to fill your Countygt"nt program. It is,I hit "Call lIe Madam. It u '

F. p II hat and that is all. One year we Agricultural Extension Service I your protection in your livestock hare its local premiere the V
. . . . . ........................ .. I would be a good name. did well with them but since program
, -------------------- ever i
i rids Theatre
, I What we mean Is that too often;;that time we've had no luck with Control Tobacco Insects products on the market has the I New Bulletin t *>,l this Saturda\ .> {

Picking some nice ripe tomatoes I Brooks again stressed the Importance we go to the expense and trouble!I I them all. Must be something For bud worms and horn worms name PDQ Usually saves time(I Dr. Nathan Gammon tells us Sunday.In .
been of having the pH at 5.7 at. i
these and< haws
days of planting, cultivating, etc., and wrong with us. the Florida Agricultural Expen- and expense to use a dust that hat pastures need fertilizer. We' the strong supporting v kv:
." to 5.8. Our about the berry I
for some while. But we can'tclaim I guess then perhaps for some reason we I 1 I rent Station suggests using TDE. will control all three Insects. Make.:know that but the thing we dd Miss Merman has Donald O r,,"
trouble is that it is little bit I
to have the earliest of the I, a '] do not dust or spray at the right I And then our rutabagas this ,This material does a fine job and first application soon as injury is: overlook sometimes is the need nor. Vera-EUcn. and George S.v. :
of t''erythIngith the bad weather -
spring crop for we'rt picking a I time, and all our work is wasted. year have been a dIsappointment. does i not leave an objectIOnable j' noticed. Might have to repeat in for some of the several elements ers to help with the singing at. :
conditions mainly, plus the
few tomatoes from nqme vineswe We are trying now to finish each The aphids just about ruined the I residue on the tobacco that can be( about 10 days or when notice of provided In the grass that are dancing to eleven Berlin tunei "
fact that most of the Missionary
wintered over in an old hog job we start. tops, and then we got no roots |noticed after it is cured. Toxajphene additional injury. Weather con- put there through fertilizer. We which enliven this political s.1tr:

pen. But Just once we'd like to stock Is Infected. .with. virus. I a worth bothering with. We finally I I is one of the products used ditions determine that. will have a cnpy of this pew bulletin centered around "Madam Amt>a.-

have the first of something !Instead Hlggie's litter of six pigs are plowed up almost all of .them. I previously that gave good control Good News! AgainA maintaining fertility in mineral sador's" sojourn in that raythu.i'!'
of being like the cow's tail, After being delayed in replanting but is harmful later. Do not use soils under Grand Duchy of Uchtenburg
pretty. In fact they are the best I I program, county wide, of permanent pas-
always last by rain so often, then a I litter have The weatherman Ii i toxahpene on tobacco. Five I!I ture, for your request It is Merman
we ever had and we tells us that percent Bangs and T. B. testing is being a new Miss who played th.v,
little bag got started in Sam'sfoot I simply can't believe that it is this was the rain est April on DDT dust is also effective I 1 1I (I publication and you should have role SOO times during the pUs
We'd talked a lot of Just closIng an infection resulted, so on I started again for our county. Dr.
true that a gilt's pigs are not record. A little more rain and the|for killing budworms and horn|i ja:I I copy if you have pasture. successful run on Broadway. :-
up our Roadside Market one Doctor's orders into bed: he went. :B. W. Bigger has been asigned to
much good. ducks will be wearing water worms. i 'j i Write us. call us. send us word, considered a show business ph'nomt'non. -
day and taking a trip down to And might know that the ;. '
you Bradford County by the State, .
wings. I If aphids or plant lice are pres. or come see us for this bulletinor For years she has reigr t
Plant City to aee what we could whole doggone week he spent in ,Livestock Sanitary Board to doI
And the same statement applies ent can a formula that others of interest to you. as Gotham's foremost must, .\:
learn about raising berries. So as bed the weather was clear, the i you get I I I Dr. will
I' our testing. Bigger set up
i when it comes to a heifer's : Anyone who doubts the wisdom Powerful Poultry Project comedy star, having appeared : '
our berri'f"' were no account for soil dried off, and everythingwas I has parathion lindane, or other I i ii official headquarters in Starke. :I ,
j 11 hit shows. ..
first calf. If Comfort's calf Slugger i of raising trees as a supplemental ,, The three occupants of the ag- Her voice is '
the time and neededa about for Andso i i ingredients that \\ill kill the |
being we right working. In conference with Dr.
\\3 not a fine one then thereis 1' income should read the 'I Coving- ;ricultural office Mildred Sapp, sidered one of the most natu! .'
change anyway one morning we like a sick old hog he just I aphids. One of the commercialthem ton and Jack Trawick represent- i'
something the matter with our :pamphlet we received recently. In I I Mary Ella Watterson and myself! and unrestrained in show busmc--

headed the old station wagon burrowed under the covers and eyes. And he was her first calf. it the interests who buy trees but at least this year we ''i iing' the County Health Department ,have: reached the half way mark but she never had a singing It--

south and finally found Dr. waited for the drugs to fix him I We think that the important i practically beg farmers to growas have weeded around the grapevines i' plans were completed to i i in what will result in a fried son in her life.

Brooks at the Strawberry Lab- up thing is not to breed the heifer many trees as they can. If we we started in the orchard :i'I get the program underway. ,j I chicken supper George Gershwin, who \\r. ',

oratory, Advice on fertilizing was I too young. had: plenty land covered with trees a few years ago. The reason we! Letters will be mailed to all i We each started 50 chicks as of "I've Got
3OQ.t!>O Ibs. of !-7.5 in beds before And this meant that all the I I Rhythm" esp right now we wouldn't be worrying did is because we have found out i names on our mailing list, acquainting ,j I the first day o(. April. The first her. once told her "Just sing tin
letting Later fertilize with work fell to Alice. She got up, I
I For the first time since we've so much, for it would be how good scuppernong grapes you with the program. one who can select six fryersweighing want to. When
388. Best time to set" Is around milked, fed the chickens, hogs way you you neeifa !
had Joy; there is an off taste to like money in the bank are. particularly in jelly.Well You will receive a card to fill out : three pounds or more! : breath ahead
Sept, 15th,, so that you get good (and Sam) did the dishes, picked I just go and take
her milk. We think that the old I and return to us.as you requestfor !each will be the winner. That You'll '
plant before cold berries, beans dug went I ne. come out right
growth weather. potatoes gal is eating some weeds in the i The cows busted the stejidpipe we're down but not out I testing and number of animals II I I will be the signal for the other that's exartK wi.I: Ethel does
Plant will bloom from and got feed, unloaded it, got
protect back sedge grass field that are j(down at the well a couple of times yet. We know what it is to be :,you have. If you have cows and i two to select six and check their
frost. To matter In dinner dishes, picked more berries I
get organic causing it In one thing we've and each time they did we vowedwe discouraged and disheartened. do not receive a letter leave your j weights. The loser will borrow the I HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS
soil, raise waited on theRoadside customers ,
cover crop'tInt been successful, anyway. We puta would put in a fence post to.. We've tried very hard to make a request at our office or with any three heavy birds for the "fryer

beans cow peas, crotalaria, sesbania I rounded up the cows, weaning device on Happy, and ,brace it. We saved ourselves a I go of farming and it is about of the County Health personnel I frying" and repay them later : The following patients wire
) and cut We learned milked, fed the chickens hogs
under. '
now Joy will no longer let him lot of work the other day by put. the hardest job we've ever tackled. (Bill Haas and Jim Sargeant with So far as I know at present, admitted tit Doctors! Clinu1 Ilus-
that efforts to feed (and Sam) dishes again, fed the I 'I
berry plants I nurse. And as he does not nurse, ,ting in the post ,I Maybe there's some clear sailing ;the SCS are out in the field most my hicks are in the lead becausethe pital during the past week MrJuanita *
through the leaves have been dog and cats-all in one day.Sam's I
un- Petal cannot join the act But she ahead. But perish the thought, ,of the time and they will be gladto girls wont tell mehat Anderson Mi\> Jt-rn saw
.u ceutut. That the of the being laid was tough-
pH up is nursing Comfort, so that young We may not get much from it might start raining hard again! accept your requests. I(weights they have checked. both of Starke

soil I.! very important; It'should on Alice. .
be about 5.7 to 5.8. -_.'. .- --- .- -. :
While there we aw evidence And then Daisy had her calf-

that the Florida 90 is not as adversely a IIEIFER! We named her

affected Blossom and she is as pretty a
by red spider as
the Missionary, even when spidersare calf as we have ever owned. We

on the leaves. For thrip use are quite nervous about how we The

nicotine dust; for pameras, use handle her as we lost two dairy Announcing OpeningOF

DDT or Chlordane. We saw some calves and know that it is much

Florida 90 nursery plants which harder to raise them than beef

had been calves. As her mammy Daisy is
set out ((1,000 Ibs. of
castor pumice per acre worked a pure-bred Jersery and her pap

into the soil, and then side dressIngs py a registered Guernsey we hopeto
have a pretty good milk cow
complete fertilizer) and
someday. Now If Jcy. can give us
they were pretty. We also saw

some tiny berry plants which had a heifer, too!. .

been raised by seed.
We're still getting some pretty
On the way home we took
good berries, although not as
Highway 41 so that could
we .
many as we would like, naturaly.
off at Rainbow and
stop Springs
Alice Is picking now and she I NOEGELCARS
we saw so much improved pastureand
says she is getting as many as
fine cattle that we were almost -
ten berries from some plants but
bug-eyed. Thousands e
at all
that she Is getting none
thousands 0: acres of beautiful
from others. The runners are
green grass, with herds of good
starting to appear everywhere
cattle In fine shape everywhere.
but we still have quite a lot of

Only a few days later we attended green fruit. In our patch of about

a meeting at the Court 12,000 plants not more than halfa

house, called by County Agent dozen have died.
Huggins with Dr. Brooks as the a and TRUCKS

speaker. We saw one villain, the What with all the rain we had

sting nematode, under a microscope last month we were not surprisedto ,

and were told that its attack find that some of the Irish

on the root system causes potatoes we dug have water spotson t

plants to die slowly. Another them. So far we've dug onlyat

possible! cause of cur troublewas .. ... ,. .
the lower end of the field and ,; }'t, 1 .
given as rhizontonia a fun- we hope that it will be better at .." & -.-$!.
gus which causes plants to die I the upper end. But we know that New / :

suddenly. Soil! fumigation was I we'll have to dig them soon any 24 .TO PAY

given as the treatment for the way. Looks like" we'll get a pret- 1 : W i a .

nematode and the only help ty good yield. Location { ..'

against the fungus was to keep 5S i .
soil stirred which cannot be done We're picking some wax and

when berries are mulched.. Dr. green: beans. A while ago the s

plants did not look good so we .' North Temple ON --. taH ...

gave them a dose of "soda" and ti

J FILL I DIRT I hoed them up, and apparently it A '*

did them a lot of good. We have ;. ,. venue ,--, f
GOOD KICII more beans on the way.

TOP SOILSec All we can remember about (U. S. Highway 301)At ) i ALL LATE

this season so far la planting,

planting, planting, and then rain

rain, rain, washing out the seed City -
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BILL JACKSON and fertilizer We planted another

row of squash and hope it grows !j

Jackson Transfer Company for we are going to try someI I Limits _-1 : ; MODEL CARS

Phone 165 thing Ed Durban told us about -

,. squash, if we can get I It to grow :.
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I'a newly planted corn row d:3- were: Mr and Mrs fu Lewis of m..n'h'r m : .. date .! the first !iande -ituate ::0 B;..jt.> dun:.' T .. and each of
I PUbl.-.n of .. yu are 1I.'by Florida, t1.s Ap;'! t. 1'-
tt): not.e Ft r.da. t- It
SOIL CONSERVATION cussing his soil conservation farm I Jacksonville and 1fr. and 1fs. E.ML in this tourt knshoo cause." tv appear if any :From the Sestheast:! Corner of not.l.t been filed that in A the 8:11 'rcult'f Complaint Court has \CiFFlt'I.IL S :..H.I'IIarlu. t tva .'v

plan when H. E. Starling remark- Lewis and son of Lake Butler. !you ,4In. why the action of this southwest Quarter 'f Northwest Bradford County Florida, la Chan'oft Clerk tradfoN of Circuit Court of
I court In a.imlttjng Uld wIn cuarter (SR t, of \W' :.I of Sectton .: County. FloridaLM
tn probate CUT by.L.. Alrarea
N-E-W-S ed. "rm going to put in more Mrs. C. W. Harris who has .holJI1 not stand unreroked.Theron %S. Toanshp: i S. It.1nce! and 'against you and each'u plaintiff of ; 4: a t
pastures and feed crop and lethe been visiting at the M1erson A. \'a'n. I 1;.. run South H degrees U min'ntf'S and aba acaln1 F. A. Green and
I C"unt Jud.Cradrurd County Rest and along the BcuthItne Lu.-le H. Green :%nTlrr. TO \rpF.'R
stock gather iL The cost of home while her daughter Mrs. Flai i Jfatd OWl, ofW' ts tor< a fondants. that the hJ! wife. as de. I. OrMlIC f..rt. Br.df.rd C.s.ir
nature of sa11
- nyuiuIiaas 1 rU labor to gather the crops is take I Anderson was recuperating from I I! distance of ;., feet t" the westerly suit Is to quiet and confirm title 'f f'l.rl.al' I. 'It..N"Y.'
j' right ot nay line of State plaintiff to the abon t.orge Ii C\'leClu.n. Pb-! t' v.
S. SOIL COXSERVATIOS "' ing aU the fun ut of fanrJr.g." an operation, returned to her %OTICE ro \PPE'R ltoat :H (as now widened by lands as a fee' simple title described and to };;Arln.I'. C,'leman. (\ff'n.b'
"' home in Monticello 1fonday.1fr. I. Circuit {'earl. Bradt.rd C..t additional right of way), thence.cancel the right. title. interest clAim Case \ '
(4j1 FI.ridat I. {Chance. South 1: : .tl'e T.
t. I run degrees minutes and lien of you and each of IrpearTo
I SERVICE I J. &ston Brown's farm pla.11 Harris and graadiaugiter. Lena Col4lw I'blnttr.1.! Stf'rrf'ttI west along the westerly right of of ud! It A Green and Lu'Ue"itu. and U. Eart'ne' 1'. t'I.I11An w .. ,
I Cola,,'. Defendant line of State naafi 300 tar a' .. .
way Green his afe. defendants r.'IJ.n. and address C.. :-
464/ calls for putting the old fields : Iay'n. were down from 110nUceUo and
I Cue No. 51".tlff distance of 1 foot to a POINT 01IEt.HSIXG to aId! lands area every part thereof Geor IL
I around his house In permanent I to spend the weekend with them. I :. T. \p.r.' .' ; from the POint of as clouds on plaintiff title. and- Your are hereby Do.tlf..s. t"eat II
!I To. Stfrrf'tt B ( .law. whose re.i Regtnntg thus dt''c"ed run:: Ie' suit forDivorce
A Basic Soil and Water COnMr.yaUon tinuous crops. !puture. Eaton u working In town I Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.O. dente and address I... 101 \. Jt1nnry': North U degrees :S minutes Wutl ante perpetually from asserting ellJHn any such claim dehnd.Interess -

farm plan wu prepared .and by putting in pastures he W. Barry were 11r and Mrs. I street You are I-.ltltnl.rr.hereby Maryland j for a, distance! of '0.. feet minutest thence, '_ title \r hen In or t3 aril has been filed alf.III"1 y,":, ''1 ..
notified that a runrth S: degrees S1 l lands AND
: TOt'RE ,
for CUT H Reece whose place is This service il supervised by will not have to spend as much J. R. Crews. suit for I Rest for a dIStance of IU teed t., appear ant U IUQrmED above named ( curt and cause :A
I serve a copy if you art rClqulr..s t. serve ,.
located three miles the Old the Florida Forest Service In time In tending his farm. Yr. and Mra G. E. Green and ,, Divorce been filM aid other reliefIhas I to the East line of RAY your answer. or pleading on plAin- y.'ur answer or pleading t..a the"'p' }
out I agalnlt you tn the thence run North I; !' Strtet'l tiff II '. .
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cooperation with U. S. Forest Mrs Green and : named Court and anorMY. Knight plaint "n the Plaintiff a -\t-rft. .
daughters Mary labove I cause and minutes East along the whose address
Blinding road. His farm plan la StarkI' Florida. Za'h II 1'>'ulla.... St. I'Building
Service and various county gov- Billy oegel, a District Cooperator Gene Edwards visited 1fr. and you ae required Co sere a copy of i of Bay street for .a distance and t.\ tile the original "r Tour an-' Ja'-llInvllI.. F':. r : .
taps fOr Coastal Bermuda Pango- 'I your answer III' pleading to the ; of 1(465 feet to the South ewer or pln.nl': in the
ernments. used the chstrict's: fertlllur Ronald Barnett and family cooplalnt on the PlalatlffsAttorney line of Center If thf:land i file the ortllha1 In the olDe
la. and Pensacola BAhia for perm- Sirs. II WIlliam D Morgan S0; .I Strf'ft undersigned Clerk of Circuit Court the Clerk ..f the "Ir, Ult ,'..".t'
in I thence run easterly: al.ne the 0'1 lAy :5. un
distributor. : otherwise the allegations 'I' before the
Jacksonville on Sunday. lark IS day of \1.1\ I ;
Building Jacksonville,
White Clover South line ot Center Street ,
anent pastures on The Board of Supervisors ori Florida (a? of said Complaint will\ betaken .th.rwl. the allegation- as
Mrs. Harrell and loughtern. now eztendedl 2337 feet Its
the wetter lands and the Crimson I Guy !! I westerlyltine a. confessed by rou. complaint will be taken as c;n'es.d ,
the Bradford Soil Conservation and file intersection with the ''
the original In .
the office of .
i Cooperator, N. C. Hayes of Ramona and Regina, spent I IT lA FURTHER oRDERED that by you.This
drained the Clerk of of said state Road :oo.
Clover the better the Circuit Court
on District hAve designed the month I on this Order of PubliiUon .;I notice shall b. put''shednice :
and No.ti.
Brooker started to combine mother before the thence run southerly alone the .
has Sunday visiting DoUy's Dr I : b. each week for four
fieldl. By using a variety of gruste i rubhhf'd conet u'!h.
of May as Soil Stewardship Month IS day ot May. 193: ; westerly line of said Mate Ro.\.tj. once weeks In the Dra'lor.t
Blue ti Q. states that the Gaines\ille. .3..h "I'f'k for four County Tel.-
lupine ..1frs. Edna Hayes, in othf'r.-dae the :00 to the of beitlnnlng. successive week
allegations of laId point
and legumes, he will be changing in Bradford Soil Conservation !! I In Bradford County graph
seed yields are not as high as I Susan Walt was the weekend : Complaint III be taken as confessed EXCEPTING' therefrom the par.II 1 1Uons dilly qualified Telegraph a PAt..1 hits It d.H' ...rI'r ; : .
the diet of his cattle. "Cattle Distnct. Ministers of all denom- by you. conveyed to Gulf Oil Cr 1 In said newspaper published. (iOFFh'IAJII i'harles t I'
like a change just like We do," the South and wt )'ear. guest of Miss Carol Cox in Gaines- This notice Ihal1 we published portion by deeds of recoid In the' County. i I Clerk .f the l"'r.'u I C r
Inations throughout \'iIIe.1frs.. once each week for tour consecutive current lulthc. records of Bra.-' WIT\tSS my. hind and official By Marian L C r.'sny. Depots ,'sera
atatu Guy Southwest have been invited to weeks In the Pradford County Telegraph. ford Count) Florida. and "hlt."h,: "eaI at StAr!.. Bra.!!, rd County 4 1 ; 1'That's ,
.mmmm mmmBROOKER E J. Lewis Miss Lubedia excepted land are together dt.acrlped .
take part In the obsen'ance. The I. Dated this 15 day of April 1553. I a.: .
Soil Conurvatlon farm plans Pir holster, and Jean Endicott II
ministers of Bradford Soil Con- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dartyi I
were delivered to Bradford Soil Gainesville a shopping !i Clerk' of the Circuit CoUt'1 I; 1If'g'lnnrnc at a concrete mrtl\u.
; Our
in on
were men nt at the Inteructlon of Busilless
servation District are invited to I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk j I Itll1
Conservation District Coopeltttorg "spree' last Tuesday aftt'rnoon.I It 511OTIfE the South line of Center. Strut
let aside one Sunday in May as with the westerly line of lake If It's la
F. J. Shaw who lives one Soil Stewardship Sunday. Grace G. BJrhamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I and -frs. G. A. Gay and Street, thence run westerly along ,,; Wt lIne: It'

mile out the Wynn Road and I son Austin were Sunday dinner \ TO PPl-U& (tie South line of Center Street ('ALL1VRI1'E or VISIT

p D. Reddish for his place In the AI D. ''f. 'Irralt Court nr.dr.rd Cou.tb for a distance flf :5 feet tll..neerun
Leon Conner, Chairman of the I I guests of Mr. and 1frs. Y. ,.: Florldai I. ('ha.eer 11 South I degree 31 mlrnesCe.t

Wateroak a<
Brooker P I Skernick. Ddend"'rJt. !
T. A. held Thurs-
trict Board of Supervisors, an- was Chief land. I Case No. sFotlee Eat to tile westerly:
An advanced soil and water nounced that the Board will hold day night. Apr. 30. in the school Richard Crosby Milton Mott % Te Appear. right of way line of said State FOR .NY GLASS; NEED
I Road no thence narth.rlialong
conservation farm plan was pre- Its regular monthly meeting May I cafeteria with the president Irs. Avery 1Villiams Wallace Parrish I. and To address; Fay Skernick tl: l'nknu"n.whose residence said we.t..rly run right or way We Ie i irtl M Idt'rn Store Fronts

pared for District Cooperator 11. at 1:30: p. m. In the I i I Howard Wait presiding. and Gerald Gay spent the weekend You are hereby notified that a i 1..r.line..1', I.n: Stat.V. ,'h Po'.a"ths.::!no..,'tl") line Its I 1-,off -'F J Just Mail l's .\. Pattern for

Zedra Hamilton of Brooker. Zedra I I tural Building In Starke. AgrlCUI-1 r W. T. COran, school principal, at Camp Blanding with the I suit agalnat for you Divorce In the has above been named III..dI I Ii renter..., :-'r-r' .'. r r If u -r.r a: ) thet.
hal a ked and bed operation on and others Interested in soil con-1 I;reported On the summer recreation National Guard. i COIrt and cause and you are reoql.lred !t... ..t i 1' ,"' .a It ,'n',.r nc Strelt 31S N.11'. 13th St. Gainesville Fla. Phone 1353
We In and to nerve a cop of your an.IWfr. -
his place. were sitting I and Irs. Lloyd C. Wool f 4 '1 ; I I ter
Invited to attend He stated the Mr.
sen'atlon are I program. or pleading to the complaint J"I./ .,. .,
Zed-a'. jeep discussing pasture this meeting.We I school library would be opened son. Creig, who have been in on the Plaintiffs Attorney, said a I: af
I FlO-I T. Frank I.andruni StarkeFlorida
fertilizers when he took his cigar from. June 15, 10 a. m.. Monday rida due to the death of and file the orlgnal: In the .

out of his mouth, leaned over were discussing pasture feel I I through Friday, fOr checking out mother Mrs. B. C. Wood, of office 01 the ('I..rk of the ('"" uIT
I Court on or before the 1\
I II day o
the steering wheel, and remarked tllizlng when District .Supervisor' books, and that a story hour Lakeland, returned to their home :May. 1953; otherwise the all"K" Coav.ntle.oiWieOes

"I use 1,000 lbs of 7-7-7 fertilizer I J. R. Wainwright remarked that I would be held for the younger in Puducah Ky. last Saturda tions of said Complaint will 1. I
I taken as confessed kly )'ou. AITENTION
on my Prnsacola Bahia and I.gd fertilizer Is the cheapest to' The Junior Bighans accompanied I
way group. Thursdays, a bus will run This notice hall! t.e publishedonce

a high yield of seed" Then I I feed your rows. J. P. Is using the I,I from the school to KlnKsley Lake them as far as a5hvi1le Ga. I weeks each In the week Bradford for four Count oonsecutlu Telgraph.
If You line
Tommy chimed In and laid, "Ves to their 'I.r
district's rut'cle mower to cut: for a swimming program. last Friday, returning i .
and the cattle- ate all that Pensa- i I II Dated this Ii day flf April 1'53Ot'FIl'I.I.
down weed competition In his Officers elected for the coming: home on Saturday. .
( SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk 1'11on: CYPRESS
cola Bahia hay.- believe that Argentine Bahia. palture. I school year were: Bm BiKham, Mr. and -Irs. Ronald Barnett of the Circuit Court J

heavy fertilizing unproved the !\'Ice-presldent; Mrs. Howard Iott, and sons of Jacksonville were I II Vy Marian L. Crosby Deputy 4/17 Clerk h :; TIMBER TO SELL JC01.'n.nl

hay." I Foster Shl Smith. a Bradford ;secretary; and Irs. J. W. Kelly, I visiting Mr. and Mrs. G E. Green I
Soil Conservation District cooperator -treasurer. Mr. Bigham and Mr. and Irs. Ernest Edwards on In The Circuit ('our' 01 Ilradlerel I Lar e 'or Small Tracts Wiadoel
I I ('uua', t'leridal III ( hanrrr.
The Board of Supervisors of whose farm Is located on I Coram were appointed to obtain Thursday. I IIr. (':ue'J' 97.II ; !i htlur. W?+do.1

Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- Hampton I.ak, states that the 'a candidate to fill the office of and Irs. Ernest Edwards .,. I. Alvarez "la'flrtH. v-. JameI'icklei" Buy All
N 1..r""IfIHITounCn ''
trict hope to Improve the amount Pensacola! nahla hf' planted! just president. II announce the birth of a daughter 01 1'III.I\lW, A\ I
and kind of technical assistance before the rail' Is coming up fine. : The program for the evening at the Alachua General Hospital I :!: 01'U'I10 .U'I'I\I&:
The Slate or "Florida TUI
I COOL Flo Breeze solve
now available to woodland ownt'u. Talking about preparing new was by the t-H Club girls under on Thursday. April 30. Mother James I'it"kles. Marguerite E I'ace. Awnings every

land for pasture, "Its better to I fine-we'll I Ann Lee Parr, Drury Pedduh. J.18 ..'- With Flo-Breeze and
The Board points out that F lortda'i ,the supervision of Miss Dorothy I and daughter are doing N. Jones. James n. Jones, Ally awning problem! at

farm forestry program, be- fix a good seed bed and level Ross county Home Demonstration i be very happy to have them both Jones, J..b Johns, Mary C. A. Write or Call no extra cost you can get exactly the awning .
John. If alive, and the unknown ,
In 1941. offers free your land before you plant the The back in rooker-malter-of-fact,
gun manaKe- Agent. girls their
gave spouse or each of them If alive anti
ment assistance to woodland own- grass. Then you won't have as pledge and sang g their club songs I we can hardly wait! if any of them be dead to the U'l- style needed for your home. Solid colors,

erh 1'hepUrpose of the program I much trouble anti can do a better I,in a group Miss Poll\ 'ann Wait I known. legatees spouse heirs asslguees, devisees. creditor grantee B. T. THOMAS : stripes, and contrasting borders.

I. to assist and show woodland job when you mow and fertilize :and Miss Katherine Harrell gave anI'tJth..r claimants by through, under .
i or against each and of LUMBER CO.
owners how to manage their time I your pastures, says Foster a pictorial review or electricity In 7bc tountr Judll.p' (.urt I. the above named person who every Is deceased -,
Shi!. I I .\nil F'ur IIrlld'.nl ('uunt), Florida to the unknown heirs, d.vsees ..1
bet so they may ultimately the muscle PHONE 211.J
produce ;
power age
i In I'r..h.lr.In grantt. creditors and other I Iclamla'd' I Call F. R. BUTTRICK
the most value of forest pro Soil and Watt'r Conservation steam' power age; and the electric I:.. ..:-tI..r \,101. o. Maxwell Iv. thrqlllIo under or P. O. Box 735
Although !I ['rrra.rd against .arh I.t .;. i.'t 1"d'r.'a""
acre rontlnuously. A model electric
per Farm Plans were delivered to power age. power i '1I1'ln III- I'IWII1'1: ed Ge.rg. I. i'.i, ,i. "end and STAnKE, FLA.
the program Is designed Zedra Hamilton Brooker, H. E. generating' plant and sub station .... \11 1'rr.ous Inlrrr..t..1 In 1'hr Gentge E j' lit Iiclld ',. alpersoo I'IIONE 9101 STHIL 1-1 1.a .
Iatp II' "aid IrrrdrnhYn h.In10 ,r aH IIi ,tA'! H'I
to assist the farmers
principally _.
Starling Graham, Lloyd J. CreenStarke was on display. err. hrrebv. notified: that t.-. t .f. th t ." t\ 'rig d'l "., -
and small woodll1nll owners, practical and J. Eaton Brown A dress review was also given wrltt"n In..lrllmt'nt puq"'rtln t". 1..1 I

suggestions are available to with the girls modeling the clothes the Ii.t Mill and testament of said
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Sampson Clt) dreedeit hg' been admlrt..d to
any woodland owners interested I I they had made. I hate In thir"urt.. \"u arr h..reI I

In managing his timber for con- I \\'f' wee,. standing at the end of Visiting the B J Lewis family 10\ ( ".01I11'II.I..d, within six calendar I

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FKID.tr. MAY 8Vhrta IW
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I''that a lady had passed away up Deceased *I FI.r'." IB C'.no,,.. T. F-ank LanJruro. ; -
Starke.Florida .
i at Newcastle. I called the neig- .NOTICE TO CBF.DITORS ,, David Brenr.er. FUlntilf \,. Mar.el: Devrrtptfoa 9. T. n.'nn *w..tI..i Tax**
All creditor of tfc. estate of 'O"Neil :
;| Defendant.
I' and LIe the -.r.g..aL: !n the off oe of I ItIit U N'
bor across the street and he we'lto1th I Xoble O Maxwell.: deceased are ]
Case ,
J50J I Ii 'the
> I INtle
Clerk c f the Cr.: uit Cou-t on teio > p s\v%
\ me to get the body. I had .. hereby claim notified and required to file !i T* \... r. j i[ or before the 1 day of Jane .'f XEi of m SE4 4W .
i any or demands which they To Muriel o'Neil
the operator to call where I knew have against said estate in the office resident: Brenner whose ,; 1953.; oher .>e the algat-! : : of S of SE1* of
! .) I and address is u-o' JJthAvenue. said Complaint w.ll. be taken as con I
!> of the County Judge of Brad- : odsiJir. Long teased E1. ft S :3 'n"11bnt i -
Don would be. and tell him he Island by you 1 IbCIa., '
ford County. Florida. la L !,. 3. 4. BU!
the courthouse New York. .j I This notice shall be pUb bh.d I>. No.
was needed at horce. By the time at Starke. Florida. within Keno S D in
: i! I,i You are hereby notified that once each ".d; for four consecutive'weeks I' SWV.
I eght calendar a of
months from the dateof XES of
( we had the body in the operating the first suit for (, la the Bradford County Ttlt- i jj SE\ Jt
i publication of this no- Divor' graDtt. \H c-f 5E & Cf

-. room. Don was home. It has been ,! t.ce. Each, claim or demand mutt has been (:led arsnst you In the I j Dated this 2J day of April 1353. I i **\ ll C :J 1as1R.gas. t.H

POHCA.NESR. I raining all ue'K. I: think it UJ I place Inin of writing and must state the above named Court and cause and OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A., Darby L-.ts ::, Elk 1.

I Ii residence and post-office you are required to serve a copy of I Clerk of tae Circuit Court Gaharaa. D 21 $ n 2'. C CtJ liii

\ 1 Mother* Day n>0. to be 111 with Mother as Doctor.A misting out now Grass is going address be of to the'claimant and must your answer or pleading to the complaint -|Sy Marlin L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Lot S Blk 1. Gaaar -

i to have to be mowed when it worn by the claimant. his on the Plaintiffs Attorney i $/1 4ti : -an S/D 21 tu AlrQ IbIIeF ..
around thl. 3lar and I mrdltatc nice tray with tea and toast agent, or hit attorney, or it will !r :1 Lot 14 RUt 1. Glil- s >
''stops raining. I have hyacinths "e'ome void according law. ran SID fj?
to : 21 C 22
on thee things Mother don and or hot milk and other good thingsto i April 14. 1JJ:. Lot 2 Ink 2. Ghl- DD.yg-i..p..gj I :+
in bloom and will soon have more
ran do for humaAlt,. delight a child. Medicines were (Signed Martha Curtis Maxwell. NOTICENotice gansD 21 t 7! Oeo. _
tulips. The peonies are comingup Executrix. Lot 3 BIll 2. G tl- GrttfU :. .

Th bravest battle that not so bad to take. There were nicely. A turtle do'eIs A. J. Thomas Jr.. is hereby given that the fallowsas ran S D ;t i :s Levy Ltaao.
wa ever very Atty. for Executrix. describe lands will be sold Lot & Elk : -oj
in the We Gaha-
six children family. are
at public auction the :jta
day of :
U5J at Starke. the
cooing. I love to hear them in the 4/5 It 515OTICK County of tan S D .
21 e tsts
fought; Bradford, state of Florida to Neb
pay the due II4us
still all living and hearty. So we amount for taxes herein set opposite Lot 11 of Kk 3 2
Shan tell where and springtime.GOD to the same, together with all costs of such sale
I OP and adU'rU.ing.
you [must have had a good doctor. INTENTION TO Gahagan S D tl c Iha. W ttl. P.
when? which was Mother. God bless her. you Notice is hereby given that the DrtrrlptlaBAll S. T. R. Acre Onaer Tair Lot 1 S. of nUt S.Caharan Gab.gaa S ,

Oft the of the world LOVE LURA undersigned, under .
maps you the provision
these of SID 21 t 72
She has been gone many that portion "' _
Chapter 28.J5J Laws of Florida Lot u Blk 3. Cats- 10..Jt. ,
will find it not NEVi of XEl X. Of -

ears. Acts Clerk:of of 1)11. will register with the River is : IS $ UntBOWBEL'tabtth $ :.36 ran S'D !1' 32 W. W. Par,, .
Twaji fought by the mothers of .10TICB TO APFEIBIm the Circuit Court in and Com at XW ".
With the poet Ethel Runyon '.. C... for LTadford III Acre in X W Corner cornerof
I Circuit ( "(. Bi4f r4 tr County. State of Flori- Blk 2
; Sof
men. Knott I say KUrUai I. ( h.....,,.. I da, upon receipt of proof of publication : of S4 of S\V14 I* > East & run
of SW N. Or Rd. ,
Peter Yarashu Plaintiff! vs. Anna of this notice the fictitious 4
S. to ft for
battle name of Starke Ke ('o. under Which No. 3 & W. Ot K4. a pt
Nay, not with, cannon or ft. Yarathus. of beg thence
shadows miss as they Defendant.Case Xo. 5SEi 1 6 2) : run
The you. Xo. t 7S8tlre we" are engaged in business at Haley 11.33
1-:. (0 ft
S. Sft ft
hot, ..,. Starke. Fla. ofE 6 &
gather round your chair: \ T A.. I W. 60 ft X. SO ft
U Yarahu'. whose residence That the parties 2 Acres in Scorner
With sword or braver pen. To: Anna interested in said
The breezes long to fluff your and addreux it'nk.iown.: business are Thelma R Johns and I of XE1 of to Pt of l"g. 21 S 23 Ella i.er: Sis .
Nay not with eloquent word or Tou are hereby notified that a Charley 1-:. Johns. sole owners. XE1. 14 6 2) 42 JessIe Lee Luenb1 tU! 1 lot as described
silver hair: lult for I IDI'orce Starke. Fla.luted 1 SW of S\V. of SF.2 6 :t :ti Wayne: K. HUCD Z5tNEt. deed book >:
thought. still stands. the home & EU. of pace 309 I! 5 22 Horace .
The house this 21th day: of April 1 S3. : C*.. I
From mouths of wonderful deadA hat been filed acaln.t you In the I Starke. Bradford County. Florida j XW 4 & XWi ofSE'S 1 lot as describedin
men is forever above named Court and cause and 44 41 5.15. :3 6 :) :23 U. D. Johns nUt deed bv..1t 55

: tired gray shell from whichthesoulhasfled. you are required to serve a copy o' I si. of s\v ; efNVt4 page 127 25 S S3 LfLtnn 'I' '.
your anl'r or pleading to tin MJTIfK OF INTKNTIOV :1 6 D It Queen Eat Cant.Idag One ..q1'"' In SE 4M1

But deep In the woman's walledup I complaint on the Plaintiff I HKGIsriCK: FHTITIOlS > \IR UI corner of NELL of

heart. Attorney T. Frank Landrum., Notice is hereby given that the Lots :3 Except 1S.7 5\\!' 22 S 23 I Luther Ji.....
j h
All of us try to be good Moth- Starke Florida.and I undersigned. un4>r the provisionsof Acres to Ernest: Lot S. 7 nIt IS
Of woman that would not yield file the original in the office I, Chapter :O.U Laws of Florida Edwards & EH ofXH Original Town of
bore her ers. I do think the younger generation ''of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Acts of 1941 will register with the of Lot 4 & Start 2J 5 I! SIrs.
But patiently. silently to be even before the Clerk of St of hits 1. 3. Blk K W 1. M. ball ;
have a chance on or the Circuit Court in and Lot 5, & .. .
1 ..,
part- Like myself IS day of May. 19SJ; for L"radford County. State of Florida Lot 6 7. :. us .. E Bighaxn. Jr. loSt except W. 25 ft

Lo. there is the battle field greater than we. otherwise the allegations of said' upon receipt of proof of publication X3'4 of Lots 7.8.MO. : ..t 111 W.E.lJ'igtam: Jr. i..Ii)I Original Town ofStarke

they have a chance to be a soldier Complaint will be taken as con- of this notice, the fictitiousname Lots 1. 2, 18. 11. ; IS S n Carl p..t.h
daya fetied by you. I of Herb Thomas Restaurant of Blk 1 Ward The E. SOft of loin Ii,),
NO marshaling troops. no A WAC. and yet some This notice shall be publishedonce under which we are engaged in bu>- City ': :. G. IL Parker U! 2. 4 of P.Ik 2!

bivouac wonderful Mother too. But one each week for four consecutive mess 1 mile south on I" S. Highway i Lot Ii, Blk 1 Ward Original Town of
song weeks in the Bradford County Tele :301.: Starke.'I... 1 City S 7 73 'trs. L. A, Creen i.G! Starke tl 6 ISSI
No banner to j'cam and wave thing I do hate to see i U a cigarette graph. That the parties interested in said Lot 3 Blk 11 Ward Lot 2 Blk 27 except Leon l):, .Iud 1): t:

But those battles they last so hanging from the lips of a Ot'YII'I.U.StAL Hated this 16 day) Charles of April.A.11 Darby! :33; business are Herbert Thomas and City S 7 :t T. J. .IJUD11D Z.OI I the E 70 ft

atr.all babe in ( I'vggy II. Thomas sole owners. 700 Lot 2 Blk 1: Ward Original Town Of
long. Mother holding a Clerk of the Circuit Court Lafayette :Starke. Pin City S ; .0 1D.. Stokes 1.0:I Starke nOne 1 Bill
old fashioned. Ry Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Dated this Uh day April.. 1953. lot 30 ft N. Caraii'n j: .
From babyhood to the grave? arms. I may be 4114t5 -> I Lot 5 Blk IS Ward
about that l at Starke. Bradfoid County Florida. City S 'I Zt Earl G. Cook 4,0:L &: S. by 10 ft E.
But there is something i 4244t515 LOtS 3. 4. IMk IS & W in SE corI -

Yet faithful still as a bridgeof sight that makes my blood boil. Ward City S 7 50 Guy Uirrell 7.2! ncr of Lot 2 Elk

i TO APPEUI I NOTICK TO APPEtR ,, of 27 Livingston Trti-
stars. women !NOTICE SV, f S\V .t
My Don is so set against I. Circuit. (.....,.. Bradford ( ....t- .. circuit Court Bndford Caaatr.Floridi N\"1.. 15 7 20 20 II. U. Mott 1.2i i ItI: ('0. S'D of

She fights in her walleduptown smoking. If I had been a smoking Florida la Cknarerr.Jessi .1 In. CbBBrerr. NVt1 of S\VVi 15" 20 ii) IL IL Mint l.i,,3; S'El of XE>, 2? I 2! Hun.e. .\,11. .
marriedme. i.. M Coulter. Plaintiff v. Jun.k. Plamt'ff. v.s George \VH of NEV of Lot 2 & K 3 ft 0
he would not have I Idke,.. Defendant. of lot 3
waxen Howard 1). Cooper. Jr., Def..lldanl.I :NELL" evcept that Blk ;16
Fights on and on in the endless He has told me that several Case Nu. 9302 Case No. 975SNotice part f; of firook- Livingston Truhy
I %...I.>. T. 'pp..r. To .\pp. .,. er IJd. &: SEU of Co. S'D of XES
wa r". times.A T>: Howard l. Cooper. Jr. whosewideiuf To: June lake,.. whose residenceand NEXE ', 15 1 JO 11 IL IL Mutt 8.S S of NEi, 21' Z! LoOt I..! '

Tben silent unseen goes down man asked me this week I aii.l address j t.-: H.:>i North address. h: Iii lie iwtck Place, ., of SE;: i except Lots 6. 7. 8. t Blk

He said Carolina Street. Iubil... Alabama.You Syracuse. New York. the S. 6 21 U T. ft Cus

-Joaquin Mille about the life of a Wac. : are hereby!; notified that a 1 You are hereby notified. that acres & except 2 I Add to Starke IS I 22 Fri nu' I I

he had heard so much about the Isuit for I,suit forDivorce I Acres in SW corner l.otl' 2. 3. B1K 2

It will soon be Mother's Day. OULbad. L 'I Divorre. care aid cu -t..dOf. incorporating orders of NE14 of except Rd. Iligh13 -
way that the women turned minor child has been filed against you In the :" EL& ISS3 7 :. 32 IL IL Mott :.0 way Add to Starke ZS 5 2:: RutKona..-: > ; ,
I like that day. Not because I ama I I told him that it was not ]i I has been filed against you in the] above named Court and cause and All WI. of S\V i Lot 14 Blk 2! Temples I

:, above named Court and cause and' you are required to serve a copy of N. of lid. 7 to ''I! N. G. Heath 2.9 1 Add to Starke t3 C 2: I: .
made I'
Mother and Grar.dmother but the service or work that any I I you are required to serve a copy ofyour your answer or pleading to the Wof NE, 11 Ii :1 80 I* C. Clemons 20.0>2 Lot C & \vu of f

because it is the day to think of VAC bad. That if they did what j I' answer or pleading! to the complaint .on Evan the T. Evans.Plaintiff'sAttorney. 103 NE', of SE, except Lot I S of Blk 1
the Plaintiff'sAttorney
'compUtnt on DowlinR S'D n I .7: .
my own dear Mother and honorhet they were told and taught they A. J. TliumaJr.. Law Exchange Building: Jack 9.93 corner acres in NE 19 7 :1 30 Secondo Campanella 10.S 3 Beg IS ftV of NE Th'u1t I \ 'Ie t
I unvIU.'Iunda
meTory. Our mothers had would be perfect and I believe Starke Florida and !file> the LuU 35. 36. 37. 35. corner of WVJ of
and file the original In the office original in tne orfic of Woodlawn 11 5; 22 40 I Guy Frigo, Adm. 37.5 4 NEVi of SEi, ofNEt
much harder time than the women better women as a WAC the Clerk of the Circuit Courton the Clerk of the Ci'cuit Court on in
I was a I lof I >r before toe Lot ';. &, E% of run S. 14ft ft
of today who are mothers. I civilian. Most of the or before the 25 d.tof Lots 8. 9 & all thence W. 100 ft
as a May 1 91V: ,
Ithan l I d.Ior J ii n.'. 13.;;: 1 to pt of beg r
recall with delight my childhood.I ,girls when I was in service were I other, I lz.e the allegations! of said otherwise the allegations of said. lot in Woodlawn 10 W. of ltd. 12 5; !2 27 Edward G. thence S 200 ftW. I
Complaint will be talf"n as confess.d I
('omplalnt will be taken as contested
11.0 U
Elllinser .
were 220 ft X 20*
can look back now and see that wonderful women. They by you.This I
by you. ft E. !20 ft to
Mother did not have the con- intelligent. and exceptional -I This notice shall be> publish* notice shall D6 publishedonce Lot :37 In'ood- 10 n. L.
Watkins 3.1El. of 23
my healthy. each week for four consecutive lawn 1* 5 :1 pt Beg s :% Ilenrj iir.ff: .
each week for four connecutivei
viences to make labor light that women. It only took one to i once weeks In the Bradford Count Tele- wewks in the Bradford County. Tele- of XW" of SELL 22 5 22 10 Elii. Prince toI Lots 5. 6. Blk B
Dartell 4.<: "
and outfit a black graph.i craphluted. Pinehurst S/D 23 C t: Jtlannu"in,, ,
have now. Thirty years whole
we give the Hated this 21 S day of April. !!'.''.. thi17 l day of ApriV 1932.OFFICI..L : S>2 of Blk 25 W. Sanders
more ago when my son was little. name. I am proudof my record, I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ( SEAL* Charles A. Darby ..aWll'5 :2' Ceo. F. Young I.70 1 Sq. A. In SK corner :

others are. I Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court. One lot 23 ft. X & of XE", of S
I did not have the labor savings as I know many By Marian L. Ciosby Deputy Clerk
Br Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk5i | 5 bv 100 ft E. NELl 29 1 22 I C. P. n.,1 J '
devices that I have now. But life HELPFUL HINTS: A small I 41 5,'22: 4 2i 4t 5/15 & W. on W side Tract A of West ;

was good with my little son andI piece of friction tape wound I II I :'ioTln TOPPKUl of bounded tate X.Street by Com Pine 300 HID ft N from It' 22 Char hoI I K: > lin .

cherish these memories. I would around the center of a picture wire I In ( irruit Court, Bradford ('oun',. Peele and S. by SUeorner of .
\lrl'ln: ..n nUUI..IIU": Florida' : In Chancery. NW" of SE., 1
Griffis W. Law- :
often let him go to stay with my will prevent a picture from: hanging : In the Court of the. fount) Juiltte Jti.Mitta Campbell.! Plaintiff. vs. ley 23 S 28 Henry G. Griffis $l..57: run E. 250 ft S

brother who had several children. crooked. I mold hamburgersin I HnxIfurU "uulIl, Florida la Pro- Louis Campbell. Defendant. et alLot 90 ft K 210 ft N
>: bale.To Case No. 9794: S'D of Dtk 2SO ItV 480 ft
I wanted him to know how to get a 1-2 measuring cup. and then I III rt': Ftat.. ('f Fr..1 A. Sc..tt. II ..lee To \ppenr. 16. I Town of Law- S 1(0 ft to pt Of

not be 1 child of vax- I t'et'a'd. T<>: Louis Campbell whose r slden. of Railway Beg. except E. of .
along and a spoiled belWl'en.two pieces icy East *
\press III Creditors and ller..ou" Hating .'e I i.-. Clinto'i, S. S. and whose in 23, 2*. 25. 2S 1i:1 'Lucille Kittles I.:30 Rd. ::::! i .!! Id.II..ll.1 1 .. ,
He Is a wonderful man now. 1 1 are all thi- same address is. U..nf'raillelh'ery < g' S
ed paper. They ; ( laini or 1I..a..d"alo.*! mailing : Com at 'SW Cornerof Lot 1. 2 of r.tk ::

_ am proud of hfcn.: I think of my size. To keep bed linen nut used "aid 1..111'.1: You are hereby notified that a Elk 18 & run Lln..ln'l'r Oil:
You and each of you are hereby suit: for N. 274 ft for aPt of SKI, W of Hy I :::: G 21 Ilatii- ,
Mother and her doctor book. We, often only for guests. white and notified and required to present any I Divorcehas of beg. thence WI.: of L..t I Kilt :.

did not have a physician handy nice: I blued an old pillow case :! claims and demandshkh you or been filed against you In the run W. 80 ft. N. Lincoln City SU:

either of you, may have against the above named Court and cause and 102 ft. E. 80 ftS of $E'. W of R> i p..: G 22 Edna J .;.
ns we do now. \\1ien we had a a deep blue and put them in it | estate of Fred. A. Scott, dei-ea.sed. you are required to serve a copy of 1(12 ft to pt Lot 2. :3. of Blk 6 j

fever Mother could tell by put. to store in linen closet. I Ii late of aid ('..unty. to tlw County your complaint answer on or pleading the l'ialntiff'aAttorney to the of Beginning. Townof Lincol-i City Judge of Dradford "unly. Florida East of of SE'I.W.ofR) :'! 4 31 lIa'tl.1
ting her hand on our forehead Don is on a funeral. He went to at his office in the court house of Joseph K. Skipper: 221 Hallway Lawtey in %3. 24. Lots 5. 7 of Blk f
i Graham Building, Jacksonville
Then she would to bt said County at Starke, Florida, 2 2 Eliza McClenton 7.36 Lincoln City (S4
_ put us d'i. the city Wednesday to buy cas- Florida 25, ( ; .
within eight calendar ftoiu of SE'4 \V. of It> t ::2 I 22 .
months 1 and file the in the office of Lot :27.! Town of Chrl'\I"! [r. f -
Get out the doctor book and by and original Bg ;
his fixed Lot 1
kets. glasses
!' get the tune of the first publication .f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I. wtey East of J. 4. 5. 7. S .
the we told her. diagnose this notice. Each claim .'r demand 21 Blk 12 l.inr.-ln
symptoms see about the blueprint for the or before the I Railway in 23 13
Barber 2.
hail h, and shall stat-> I City S>< (.f SE1"
in Writing. 26 Ii 2 :
19 2:;.
: 3
ailment There also i 25; day of May > ;
was ( new place He had not been gone : the place of residence and p..t otherwise the allegations of said \V4 of X 3S5: ft of i W. of Ry) :: I 22 Ifattii. '-. ." .

the home remedy It wasn't bad over an hour until a call came I uffiie address of claimant and shallI Cnmplt.I'lt111 l be taken as confessed I lot :30 Town of Lot 4. Blk 14 Lin-' : :t
I I -\\ ..rn to by the claimant his by you Ijawtey Hast of coin City
aKent. or attorney, and any su< Iiilami This notice snarl ee published Railway in 23. 21. J. IL Moore 1.78 SElf \\'. of Ity) 72 4 2:: Edna J ... : ''I.
01 demand nut so filed shall once each week for four consecutive' 25. US 7! Lilt 8 of Rlk I Security -

s (l.ti, \ "111 weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Lot 42:! Town of Law- MomeMlf
Wilbur A. Scott. in X\V,, of Xof WI. I 222J
le)' Eat of Railway ilrWII:, I IAfA I. r
.\- .. .-..utur of the Ija-l Will Dated thi- !1 dav of April miOFFICIAL !' in 23. !I. !5. 2$ :5 i !! Will Lee I.I 1.88 NWh SW!, : I t lit ii,' !

a'id Te>tament of Fled A. ( SEAL Charles A. Darby \\ I acre of Lot Com 210 ft E of N\V

:-. oil. deieased Clerk of the Ciro-iit CounBy i|I I 43 Town of Law corner of N\\H nf
I' -' IHiMuati.iii Max 1. 1953.;; Marian: L. Crosby, Dep-ity Clerk :' tey East of Rail- NEt5 run M
Harry KItties 2.91
:1; I tt ;; 22: 'I ; 210 ft I420 ft .
REFINEMENT 4'24 4t 5.15; 1 way in 23. 21, 25. 2$ 22
_-_____ Lot 54 except 1 tot N. !IO ft W. IJy

MI IK i: OF ritoitvn: NOTIf: 10 \ITC.\H I In NW corner i. ft to pt of Beg :; 7 2* SIl,j")1 i ;..

in every necessary detail in a Service In, the "UPl> Judae's ......r. I !. Circuit "Court Bradford (Countj lot 55 Town of ! Florida: In ( hanetry.Juantj Lawt'ty East flf All that portion "fSi
llrudford louiil Male of Flor
available locally and widely known ida. (;unt..r. Plaintiff vs.:! Don- I Railway ln %3. !I. G. U. Pearce sic of KKV. ..fS
I Icy E. ; 26 S :J E' W of '
Defendant. Connt
: Gunter 25. >
Frd Scott ll..t'as..d
I I..I.t .f A _
for its modest cost its wholesome; Ihe "iai.of Florida, I.. III l'rr..onInlrreoled Case No. Sin i SF.of :nn, of It John Allen SSvii tS graded Rd. I 7 :: j Anth, \ '* ''- i ra / i.Ellin.a .
Notice To .\pprar | 25 5 72SEt4 Lot !S I in KexalrrV

courtesy, and always tactful symDeWITT 11..01.z in the Isiale: of aid '1'.. Dmiey t:. <;unter. whose of Wl. of 10 C. C. Frut I..Is Add p 7 22:: M I i |

Y,," ar.. hfirl.y, ndified that aritten -n.-e aid addre.-a' is: \\ reSI-1 j SEt4 23 S 22N Lot 14 o fBlk 14 I 7 <;i.iil) -I I -i I t:
Your are hereby notified that of XII of NE'1 r 8EV4 of XK'. .'l T !
0 i t ii-triinient lUirpurtillK to a, 5 Clyde Lee 10 t" tps.-u; i < "i r rf j
I >>. tin- L.aWill and Testament of suit for j I of SEll 26 Ii 22NVL1 Swiss of XW \, :u 7 22:: t. ('''' 41 I.I. .' I
Divorcehas of XH of sw, ofBE1
of NYt'
-.,lit tin ..dl'lInt has been admittedt"
ir'tate\ in said Court been filed against you In thabove I SE", & W'Ii of except Ity : r 22 1' Td\ : $1
C. JONES named Court and cause and $F.L4 of NW ofEl Cum ..at SW corner
You ai e herel) "oltllll"ndl'd'Ith- '
.' you are required to serve a copy of; $ & E% of of >"E', of XK1,
Phone 7 1 MX calendar month.from the
Starke. Ha. your answer or pleading to the com1plaint '
date of the first publication of thi'floti.'t : \\j. ofT of A- run N. ISO > on the Plaintiff's Attorney j 1 SE'4 II Ii U ,20 Presley &: Theran f..r pt of I.C
t'i in said
.appear court Joseph K. !Skipper. 221:? Graham ,, 'Greea LOS, thence run E 70 yd-
tSn..III esssas ;tilt'! isu r. if any you can why Building.! Jacksonville, Florida 1 I WI. nf SW'4 of X TO yd* W 700' >
aition of said court in ad- and file the original In the office ofI :'Av'1 of SE" 25 5 22 1,5 1..1 Ii: DotsyNewsom ,' S:0 yds to pt ,.f
Funeral Director ir.ittiiiK -;aidihI to piobate fhould the clerk of the Circuit Court en1'I .
Senicf 3 1.40 Beg :2' T 22 1 John J ',
n".1 .1.tnil ullr.,1..d.tl'l'l'h'I.L or before the 25: day of May Lot t in Frets.I Rlk 6 except l,,l3 -
SEAL Thrron A. Yawn.County 1953; otherwise the allegations ot, Z Tho. strong 4I 1.11
Our local funeral home enabled'! oa to offer convenience ILnA: Judge. I vllc! 35 Ii 22 through 2:
said Complaint will betaken as confessed -L..t 9 in Peets- Hampton Park-
services not otherwise available I 1\ Bradford County Florida. by you. 'I, yule IS 5 23 r Green &: Strong II ,.Ii XKl of SElf, Sell .
IVttv A Phillip Clerk.F'ist This tfltioe
shall be publfshed
I acre In XU' corner -SW"i of !\OW',
_s-flfl_SSSSSpSS flflpr.t.r S -=sss =,=rrs =s-a- puiilitJtion on Slay I.9;;::. -vncc each week for four consecutive: IIf 81l:: of NW:5 5 22 1 WlIlrd &: ('raw A WS ofVl.., "f
5/1 *t 3i: weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph fnril ISvi4
I !.Il
Ir.ited : SW, Sec 32SW :'= 'I 2! SIr,. ;o..r d, 1' J ,,'"
We furnish the highest type service at lowest pnces. aac t I of XE\i 1. I 22 to. KaYs 1lUs ItW .il >., of XWVi Except !
lu Irruii ('..ur., rtrarford Count),' this !1 day of April. 1953. i I. of NW of that ) .
accept ANT life Insurance policy !in force :iB3tie4 by ANI I'lnriiU; In i hanrer (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles. DarbYI SE\ 11 I n I' J.I. ... S.97 lying etween port-H!H
t .. 1. Clerk of the Circuit Court | Lanca1erx5
11': i. Baura
Plaintiff.s; I 0f SW' of
company. u payment In part or tn full on a funeral! Hd. ltd. 4
j. "! .t sun: l;-iura Defendant l"r Mar.an L Crosby D-nity Clerk ; SEt4 IiWI4 of Acept

Consultation carries no obligation I Case X.i. !>7'itrdrr 4 24 4t 5 15J! EI.If SFII 15 22 10 E. Horn 11.11 X. of that County portion -

I sssssp S s "ssssSp ss..s=s rrrrrarsssrai-_ ,I ( \ Of. futllr.lloa.. and :\ulll"l' I'llI i Si of SE\a ofSWI. graded Rd :2': ; 7 2: I .- JAM., I 1 '
|>pear; lalr of FloridaT. 1 S Annie Goodwin
.. '' NUTKF. TO PPF.R i, ..f S'W' 11 t II 11 It& Com at SW rorn-
.. .l.1'1.1'lita"I"n Baura whose' !. ( irmlt loort. Bradford Count K'2 of .NEW of of 8WH f
*> XWI
r. !\1'
e and uddre i>' a< Ijener-
I SE. except 2are' i. run E 331 ft
K: : .tv .ztr..t.: Cebu City. Phil: > i
;- "
in corner -
: for
!I' 1I n- .. #- \ --- i It C 23 11 Croeat. Dell I I.ti thenre a pt of Beg
run E. 694
1 .
\ I .irrequired to appear onM I Com at SE corner
ft X 6 25 ft W S2f' >
I >* l I'. 1953. in the above .! .
name of :0. I Ion & run thence SK
CROSS COUNTRY CHATTER .'t md cou"e. wherein plaintiff par.
i for
-.--h' d \ \'e. BradforJ County Tel-! I i W II a with Ky S3J ft to

T.'plt| shall publish this Order !ant I run Pt't N beg 105 thence ft WHO Pt of P.eg 1% I 2! 1 HarJ ,f-
f.nir weekly Com at SE .
issues. corner
: ft S 105 ft E
with \\ .!n"my hand and official: sea. In", ft to pt Of of 8Wi of XW4

i I a' Starke. Florida this April II ', beg Z' 6 2: Letter Prevatt II J.It IIi run W. 123 ft t.,
_4 1 1.S W side of ltd for a
__ acWhite I i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby' } C .r. at .SE corner pt of teg thence
: ) .if i'I ")n run
i i As Clerk of said Court run W IC4 ft N
W :"ill ft for a
Uv Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk'A' 453: ft E tit ft
1.1 cVner.: Jr.. Oraham: B'.d- ''f' I I' 1".T of tiejr tb..nl'eru tn Rd thence S
i .nn. Ja. Wm>nviie.; t'l"nd.l.tt i 1- X I')} ft W along W side of
I 1 r ::I" ft S 105 ft
Mar>*. my wife asked me as "Yup." I said. laying down \tt> PU 417 it :. i K: :l'J ft to pt Of Pod to pt. of Leg 1% I Z! ;;; Ira C )Fraz "r II 21

I was dunking a doughnut in my p.1 "Matter: of fact the- IB Ike (..MBIT Jvdce' Court IB And l.g 20 f:1 Letter Prevail 21 I.It W'A 3 of Mt.I Lot. 1 PleaaaetSD of Blk

my second cup of coffee, where colleges and universities are ;i For Hradlnrd tonal), Florida i i i i..t :3SO:: ft E I a recorded
IB I, & W by 3JS ft
_ I. was heading for. Mary always paying more and more atten. I BBBrerv.. X & S in SWcorner j in Plat Book 2.
I In He ,
: F.state H I? kh'fl.t! I' f I
W M. rahjit; 5i S 7
likes to yacketa at the page h 1. 1 Z.
of XWi of
.I.1 ,
_ I e
tion to the trucking industn'breakfast .
II i B Mt. Pleasant
Z Mrs. -
table. Me I'd 5 n Alma IIoQ uTra'k
_ NOTICi: TO ( ItCIIITOIKT : -W. &aJofcaie J JI
rather read the paper. Only yesterday Mr. Charles All Cred T Irs and All Per.n I 11."t :i Blk 1. Sunny folD aa Tf

GtTtner. general of Ha* c.aims; Demar.d-. ; Acres S'D 21 r 23ts Cheat 1 1j S37 corded in Plat .
Manager ng or I .
"Jax to West Palm Rach Book, U 13 I 22 Fred f> .ddII :0
.. j S Elk 2. Sunny pagr
Agam-t ?a \ E>tae L.
with a load of new cars" I the Florida Trucking Associ. Alberta 11.4 Acre in 8E
Y- 21 <
>u. and ea.-h of y u are her>- Our Acres Tyson :l-'
., told her. "Plus a student. ation and Major A. D. Toma- ly .t.f.eii a'ld requ.red t.i pr.-.- .. I..T 10 BUt 2. Sunny I I corner of 8EV. of i

p. .(' She raised her eyebrows. sello. public relations director. .' an\ cUim and demands whvh! > > Burglary.i Acres SiD 21 f 23 VTmD T ia Jr. :LTI'J.. it X S20 ft
.. of XE1 of SW4except _
"" *" .tto" "I v u ir'.v hl'- Ag.r. ,' I I..t I Blk3. Sunny ,
told that the of
Student she asked.
me University I I
'the -al" ,.f H H S.: h.'fl..lJ. Acre S D 21 6 23 n. A. JUaassa 1 .7S't 2 lot to
"Part of our driver-trainer Florida is thinking of starting d.'I I Robert J. Dodd 1! 1 22 Fred ? 1".A i fl' ,
: ed. late of Bradford County. !.>r.ds. Policy for \\ u of BUt I S of
program." I told her. "It's part courses in highway transpor t', the Hon. T. A. Tawnl' Cut> pays it. 2 W. except I XE"4 of SW% of -

.. :-' of the duty of us professional tation. Judge. of Bradford County and fle I Acre in XE;: earner I 1'.E'4 14 Acre inNW i
' 'the ame in his office in the ('.)un- & except 1i corner af
truck drivers. This student is "I think that's wonderful what
Fred It
t'.urt- H'II1Hi' in Bradf-ird Ci>un'\ is stolen or i l-t in SE com..rlO nof XBHSM It 1 II 14 S. 4 1 12 0')

& from the University of Flor. Mary said. Florida; within: eight calendarm ft X. & S. \ ft of & 7JO

ida. For several: hundred miles l "So does the Florida Trucking ..ntb.. fr-m the dlte oT tie firs by 210 ft F.. W I ft of Sf01 I1'
=- i.1 Iihl:. ai >n hereof. Said claIms ,-, R% U 1 n 14) Fred S. DodlW 4'!
::z., ; he's going to dri\e I'm going ASS< lation. I said. bt- & E'ofB3k1 t ,
dnnnd contain the legal aJJr.-- destroyed.Charley s ,f n. s w. Lot 21 India
of fact. Mr.
to observe him closely from ter Gertner said
5 U II R t.-oft
.f the 3544 :fJ
24 claimant: and to be swor- < Temples SID :1' 22 9 W. B, Eeacn
_ the angles of attitude. footthe association has already and presented as aforesaid or sameill x lit ft of W'ofBIk6.OfI7 Douhing fi] Lot 2 Indian Beach E"LU

rf :;:::1 and-hand reaction time and raised $.Uo) scholarships. .. :. \ ... barred See Section ;3: isFl E. Johns i Halt Ko. t .i s D LI.ert &;,0\ :3StI

:2l.i' many other functions. That's That's \\hat I like about our rida Sta.tues.Dated : w. i: N. ISO ft I Lot i Indian CiarkUnit .

: ;z:---j the" way the) break in all of association. It's really on the Annie P April-.-".>f.$..1.1.. 1 as 53. Eiecutr.s o! Agency :0 of of EH P.of 3 Blk W. &C I Xo. S :; :; : ttM It VI. n. Se.tt 1.32s

us. ball""It's the Last Will and Phone IS
Testament of STARK nA..S. .
of Blk { S
determined to doing wonderful II B Sch.ifieM. deceased.A .
Mary was a j job
of P1 W. eicept .. '. ': : '
_ .
_. talk. "A college man eh?" she Mary agreed. "So long J. Thoma. Jr.. Atty for Eiecctnt: : W I Acre in .
: First pubhcatioa on April 17. 1>5'j .. .. K. KELI.T.
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asked. teacher : Temples SID 22 4 W. C. ri l''' :
j I 414t5is : ; t ... Lot 7 Blk 18. X.. CS TAX cOLLECTOR

The C...tr Jadce'c C..rt IB ... ..... Reno S'D in SWi. 1 EPJIDFOPJ COL'XTr.: FLORIDA
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nun.\'. MAY 8. 1953 r\F MVF

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'f fez: te Mrs. W A.. K .
Closing ServiceIn i! NEWS 1. ;j : al :::e >*: e ': S' \:

I SERVICE MEN 'in P.eMiaot this week : "r.H* games were pia'ed GOOD NEWS
Evangelistic IS STATE FARM Dinner guests of the
: the afternoon and prizes
tfaiavnghts at :
Mission TonightThe ..... Sunday ){r. and Mrs !| awarded to Mrs W. E Fea- Benton Aluminum Awning;*
1 &!!!! !!!!!!.!1!!.
closing service of the Methodist Wair.w nght and sons of iI;i inile. |. Mrs W. A. Knight and Mrs .\AtaiUbta. \{:\in. Hoauti
jYr Th Weekly Bridge Club met I'I
I Afternoon callers were Glass. ful O<,'I 1. 2-Tone folor. The
Evangelistic Mission tn Thursday. 30.
April at homeIf
and Mrs F. B Wainwright Sta'r Si"1'J i Irs. Stafford was presented 1awe.t l"rkt"o0)"ht'l' .
Starke will be held Friday night Mis. P. D. Fancher. Jr. with '
4 daughters and Mrs. Jack | many lovely and useful gifts
Baptist ChurchMothers I II At The Tabernacle May 8, in the First Methodist I aF an twelve numbers present. The : also of Jacksonville :. basket covered with pink and FREE ESTIMATES I II
I *"'":e was beautiful with Easter I
I Church beginning at 7:15 The I Mrs Ehzie Stafford crepe: paper
!!m- ; J was
will be recognized at The young mamtdcouples of ;: '!111'lending their fragar.ce P. L. BENTON ,
; '(earlier hour for the service u honored guest at a :.o\ch hostesses se-Aed de':i-ou-
the First Church of Starke the Tabernacle Group are rally. i I :nr ughout the house mixed with ,.. eMt. I
Baptist i planned so that the service will 1. shotttr giver. Tuesd\ ai' '& "' 'n: : .\,, .', ..1 ;:'!' 1.t'l'n"oc'D
this Sunday with Rifts presented tng to the Youth For Christ Movement not conflict with the talent! show -iiiap-dragons' Low bowls of nas- bMrs Ma-k Sweat Mr h .tRi i" 1 C'kt., :, ?t :. i i : youth T''wn. Kt 100GROCERIES
urtmms: further enhanced the
during the morning service at i and each Saturday night a sponsored by the Lions' Club. The r 3 home Mrs. J. G. Godwin won R G' if'uana Mrs Aiber: >i- prt'se'l 1': 1 I I -

to the and the splendid program of Scripture Methodist Church wishes to ex > .
eleven youngest I press its appreciation to the Lions agn- pnze and Mrs Herb Thon.a-: ,_n ._ _.-__... ., ._ .... _.!J '.:_- '."
oldest mothers prevent and also readings prayer Gospel songs I''d the bingo prize.
I for delaying the opening of I
choruses etc is prepared andpresented Club '
to the largest family present. All considerationof tl.! Carolyn Crews had ashemght
the talent show in .
leader. It .
by a new is.
fa'nllies will sit In family groups The Re\ guests Monday
the revival services
inspiring to see the interest shownin V Barhara .
Matchelt of lUrinind
and the message by the Pastor \ these meetings and other young Vernard Robertson Methodist pastor Chun of the b .. Miss Francis Do-Id .fKI Earl COOK'S MEATS

will be directed to mothers. From ; people are extended a cordial invitation ,'Swainsboro Ga. Marine Pf Wuev Coifwho stone Heights.
I at
been preaching every
the to be present at these
the series of "mesiageg from j recently completedecru1: :rain Mrs
P. D. Fancher, Jr. and
7:30 a. m. and 7.30; p m as partof SOl! FEED
Risen Christ". The carol choir j Saturday night gatherings. i|:' the Evangelistic Mission whIch ing at Parns IslaM St' will Peter spent Thursday through

will sing the'offeratory hyr.n and !J Communion was observed as is is underway in every Methodist report May S :? the Ma'iiie base* : =unda\ visiting Mr and Mrs W Phone 339-J 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North
the custom on the first Sunday i Calif. wherehe;
I Church in Florida and also in I at San Diego (W McCrary of Jacksonville. Quantity hts Reined SPECIAL[ '
the church choir will bring the of the month. 'FOR Fill. & S.\T.. M.\\ vTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTMfTtTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTT ?I
|' will enter Radio & Telegraph
I Mississippi and Tennessee. The i Mr and Mrs G El Crews spent
morning anthem with Mrs. L. A. i The Tabernacle sounds the call School. j TTTTTTTTTYTTSUPER
local pastor the Rev. Thomas G. Operators I Saturday visiting Mrs. Crews'
Canova at the organ. Sunday to Worship in the old-fashioned: recruit CHEF Bin'- .\RDEESPAGHETTI:
,Mitchell states that large crowds I Coley climaxed his brother. L. C. demons. his wife SPECIAL I
j I *
Bell invitation to all.
evening the message .by the ,, Ringing II i have been attending all of the training by winning the sharpshooter I and family near Gainesville. 1 I

Pastor will be from "Miracles of j i! services. medal with a score of 211 I Mr. and Mrs. L R. ThoraI< t!I 29C
Presbyterian Church out of 250 during his CHl'RNGOM
: a possible '
the 5th in James'
the Old Testament" j were visiting their nephew :
the series. The Chapel Choir of j' \V. S. McAliley, 1'antor i Methodist Church weapons training In addition: to I,Gnann and fa.:rily in Theressa LB i I
1 1 I t I firing the Garand rifle for qualification Sunday. OLE 0 13C And Meat Balls
youth will bring the special music Regular Sunday School services -' he fired other infantry
and the piano-organ-duo lead i j The First Methodist Church of Mrs John Godwin attended the !
will be held at 9:45: a. m. I such the .45 calibre
the congregation singing. Sunday Classes will be held for all Starke cordially invites you to :weapons as wedding of her brother Don Tiller -
pistol, carbine, and Browning WITH MEAT ORDER OF $3.00 or MORE !
School meets at 9:45: with P. T. I I Each member is asked to wear arose services of worship on Mother's automatic rifle. ,and Rita Robertson in Archeron CHEF U0ARDEE[

N'olm superintendent TrainingUnions i i out of respect for his mother Day Sunday May 10. Church Friday of last week. i I
He is the son of }h., sad Mrs. '' MEATY: lUll OR HRISKET[
gather at 6:15: : with L.1.1 At the morning worship servIce School begins at 9:45: every Sun- During the past week Clarice C
I John S. Mathis of Starke. Rosier Thompson and children SPAGHETTIWith 1 16 :
vern Outlaw director. Mid-week ,, at 11 a. m. the pastor has day morning.At
I' have been friends and Lh C
sen-ice weekly at 7:30: Wednesday chosen as his subject "A Definition the Mother's Day service at Ovid D. Bennett P.adarman visiting I

with the message by the Pastor I I ,of Mother". Youth Fellowship 11 o'clock, flowers will be presented 3-c, was aboard the USS Weiss,II I relatives in Lawtey and Starke.Mr STEW BEEF 26

and praise and testimony: time for I i services and Junior Choir:, to the oldest and youngest'i which recently returned to San I II and Mrs Medford SheaU : Tomato Sauce i iI

all. A friendlly welcome is received practice will be held at 7 p. m. I-mothers present and to the largest I Diego Calif. after its second 'I''had as guests Saturday from Jacksonville

by all who join the hoursof The eVt'mng'orship service will; ; family present. Special music will tour of duty in the Fat East. The. Mr Shealy's brother El- SMALL and 2 LB. BACON Sugar Cured j I
vin Shealy, wife and little daugh-: : F LA. Ml. .10.1: CAN !
worship at the First Baptist be at 8 pm. and the pastor will be furnished by the Children'sChoir Weiss, a high speed transport

of Starke Hev L D Haines, Continue the se-ies on the Old directed by Mrs. J. R. converted fron a destroyer. car- er Pat. Lb
Pastor Testament prophets bv speaking Wainwright the Junior Choir, : ries a small number of troops Mrs Purvis Norman and chil- g! SQUARE 33C
dren and Mrs Norman's motherMrs.
--.- directed by Miss Anne Cressler, !:or an underwater demolition team
Ernest Griffis of Raifoni
and the Senior Choir directed by '!for commando raids Bennett is
Monday in White Springsj
Forre.st A. McGinley, a student the son of Mi and Mp H D. spent FRESH (.nor 'D LE.\X
j I visiting Mrs Griffis' mother. Mr- 1 ELLCW
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke from the University of Florida Bennt .nt Lawin 'Deese. I
Th. Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will band of Mr Friends are wishing a speed
preach Sunday morning on the of Starke HAMBURGER 39C Lbs
n' '(very to Mrs Charles Sapp. i 15 $1.89
subject "A Christian Foundationfor
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1uiehtei: of Mr and Mrs H. R i
REV. LEWIS: I D. HAINES Pastor Every Home. Lmdiey. who is confined in St ,

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Sunday evening at 630.: the Luke's Hospital in JacksonVIlle TLA. i) &II1E.\SAND I :

Phones Office 2:1-: Pastorium 130 merbers of the Senior Methodist :Mr and Mrs. Albert Greene and HLl E HOSE I

" II I I Youth Fellowship will honor their hiKlren of Jacksonville spent Sat- Lb
1 i mothers with a supper in the T 'mldv night and Sunday visiting FRYERS 49C Lh
WORSHIP) AT (1URCH10N! MOTHER'S 1).tl'INNN111 i Methodist Recreation Hall The i Mr and Mrs W A. Knight. I RICE E 5 61C

.NNN-." .." ,'." N.I1. i, Youth Choir directed by M s T Mrs. Gordon Jones of Glen St I
Sunday Sermons: 11:00: A.M. 7:30: P.M. ,, G Mitchell will sing at the eve M.tn' was a spend-the-day guest FRESH Half or Whole f I

Sunday School 9:13: A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. ning worship service at 7:30 p. m : JIM[ 1.11111'r!
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.m The pastor will preach Sunday I 1:1 i r

+"N NNMIN IIN-.I..I N-" ,.." ,'. : night on the subject "Fit for the FOLEY SHARPENED SAWSCut PORK HAMSLb SSC Lbs !

-Phone 266-J FOR on FREE Sunday TRANSMUTATION- 306 on WeekdaysTWO Kingdom." lodge Crawford foster, Cleaner, Easier !I GRITS 5 39c ,I

\ Christian Church Deloren S Hodges son ot Mrs You'll save time and effort FRESH TENDER CHICK HO.\. T or i
Truba Hodges of New Rixei u j when your saws have been
Sunday May 3-Bible School completing his AF boar air.i.en sharpened on our precision Lb I i ('OJ.n'S NL\\ KT\ON; 2 PM.S.( i!

9-t:1: a. m. Morning Worship and indoctrination course at Lack- machine. All teeth are made STEAK S 39C

GREAT SERVICES SUNDAY! Communion 11 a. m. Sermon: land AFB San Antonio Texas. !uniform and accurate .

i' "Love of Our Mothers". Christian Later he will take,technical train- just like new. DETERGENT 48CL

11 A.M. "CHRIST'S CHALLENGE TO MOTHERS" Endeavor 7 p. m Evening Message ing in specialized work. You'll be 4Ir.7.\' l'ADIIU\EIt I

Four beautiful corsage will be ,given four 8 p. m., "Decision". i Airman 3-c Neil R. Crawford, pleased wit i hCC'I: I SLICEDC I
mothers ;n our Sunday Morning Sen ice. Choir Practice, Monday 8 p. m. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Craw- our speedyservice \ ff'r" BOLOGNA I WE HA\E 1 PLENTY: OF

Visitors we'come.N .| Mid-Week Prayer Service, Wednesday ford Sr. of Starke has completed and 'I
8 I Mullet Catfish FreshWater
p. m. 1 i his basic airman indoctrination with your easy ,
P.M.-: THE :MEANEST: PARENT I IN BlLDFOHDCOUNTY Welcome to all. "Where a visitor training at Lackland AFB San cutting saw.CALVIN. :

!" Who is it? is never a stranger". I'Antonio, Texas, and has been I MELLOW YELLOW DAISY Bream Ocean

Special recognition of the family \\ith the i| transferred: to Warren AFB for LB ,

most present in the netting sen ice. Come ciirKni OF JESt'S CHRIST special training. His present address JOHNS : CHEESE 49CPerch

with jour family and win this gift. Services OF LITTER IIVY SAINTS 1 is: A 3-c Neil R. Crawford 103 E. Madison St. and Oysters
Sunday in old Masonic : 3157
AF14475565. Squadron Ph. 41-J Starke Fla _. .
First Baptist Church Hampton Hall on 1';. Call St. Sunday Francis E. Warren AFB. (I -. -- -
School 10 a.m., Sacrament Service Cheyenne. Wyo.
6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome.on i I --
BOB CRAY{ Pastor
i W. R. :Mott, Quartermaster
"The Message of Amos". I I I
Seaman is a member of the UN
10 A.M.: HiMe School for all ages including Nursery '.
On Tues.May' 12. at S p. m.. Blockade and Escort Forte serv-

7 P.M. BTFrank Williams. Director 'the circles of the Women of the'fhuuh I ing aboard the high speed minesweeper With all its higher quality .

The Church Where I i\enlx.dy: Is SumcIodv"R will meet as follows: Circle USS Endicott. This shipis

one with Mrs W. J. Chandler; of international force
.. .., part an '
...-_. ,Circle two with Mrs. Jack Dempsey that has blockaded and bombarded -
j. the North Korean coast since
1 On Wed. May 13 at 7:30 p m. I: 1950. the
September Mott is son
prayer meeting will be held with'! of Mr. and Mrs. X. C. Mott of
I the study of Exodus 610. Choir' Brooker. wb' I ILI

p tF0 practice will be held at 8 p. m. I I 1

ES1G Visitors are always welco-re at I'! Shell M. Abernathy, son of Mr. Di
"nir church anti our members are !,'ana Mrs F. T. Abernathy of I

urged to show their love for the Graham received his discharge

c' I II Lord bv coming to His House for from th- army on Apnl 4. He has

worship and spiritual refreshment been stationed with the gun battalion -

('it! an Ant I-Alr..att unit at H
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Motor Courts Control ProgramFor Bibles Given TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. ..\ r : :t": r.\\ : rt" :M'.i1\::s::. -ft't't'k"- -
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Join Organization, Mosquitoes a ) BRADFORDHIGH ,t re M t.-e has prese. .

Elect Johns Head : Now Under Way Bacca.aureate Services will be each of the Senior girls! WIt:
To Students miniature Lane Cedar t'htVery -
-eu! a: the First Baptist Church
Representatives: of 11 of the 19 The County .'{ealth Department 11r 41 f Su: ke on May 31. Rev. lUines.u" nice and thoughtful Chat
n E. Johns
motor courts operating in and has begun its annual program of \ ': deh\t-r the sermon to the'' & Son Insurance Apci

.. around Starke met April 27 at the I J .mosquito control with the first By Gideons 1. -I y f LIGHTS graduates The following Juniors awarded entitled to each Senior a tiii

4 Dixie Motor Court and decided to fogging" of the season being .V_ !have been chosen as ushers for "Graduation Reoon'1with '

,1 form a local affiliate cf the FlorIda I done in Starke Tuesday night aBy Brenda BradfordXAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the event and also for graduation pages for records of all! t M
Carl Wednesday Apr Jf: was I Senior parties. dances and -
Motor Court Association. i The department carried the equip- exercises Agnes Lawson Marian !
Gideon Day in Starke marking : forth also a place for class-ma:'isignatures. '
elected to head this and '
ment to BrOOker sprayed
Johns wa
Each: student of B H S had a Henderson. Kathryn Kelly PeggyDm1.
I there and Jack 'I Ii Jthe I opening of a program by .
group. lance to vote for the officers of Martha Landrum. Mike .
'!which the local plans to e
Jerry Kirklar.d. Jacksonville i Trawick. county sanitarian said I'I camp t Pfl :he 1953-54!;; Student Council last Clark Wayne Douglas Marion I
represented the Hotel Commission other towns in the county would I gh'e'ery school boy and girl tn 'I I Hamngtor.. Thomas Tb.'o.T&n'S Club S- t .
Friday English classes went Moore and
at this meeting. I be sprayed if they make arrange-I Bradford County a copy of the .' sx .\ er to the U S O each period ''CV. Slade I has invited the Set io' t ,

Johns said that as president he ments to pay the actual I youth testament with the Psalms I tea in honor of their U.i c.:
i Yr lu'ing! the day to receive their
would work with the committee j i the and Proverbs i l It will be held May 21
l j I I allots and place them in the box. 1 Mr Roberts presented letters to .
to draw by-law8 and complete Trawick asked the cooperation During the morning on Gideon
up j 1
I| I<'!'bers of the council countedhe : his 60-odd band members
; during
plans for the group to become: : a |j of property owners in seeing that Day the pupils of the R J E I i Last Wednesda th4tt.. .
votes after each but an last
group assembly Wednesday He
chapter of the Association. 'all tin can old tires and other I School were presented their test- Councilisited! Fletch. H
I i I Iplied
v tl i.il'! not post the results until the also awarded medals to those who School
objects holding stagnant water' aments in an impressive service at Jacksonville Beach .
Problems discussed by the group'Inc1ud..d ; o'clock. \VSUde I
Hs! closed 3 C.
( I' :"' at solos at the concert They
the law on price signs are removed front premises. The presided over by Gilbert Moore studied their Student Civ.The .:

and the risks involved in certain ]j type of mosquitoes found here j I local Bible Secretary. F R. for president.anon Ilar- :' were: Margaret Rose Duncan I newly elected officers ,,
I mgton.'in President and JoyceS Ben North T. J. Alderman
of -heaters. The court breed in this sort of thing and : Sacher. a member of the local 1 sI attended Watching other .V:::
types gas
boll 3ecretar --Trt. gainedhe Martha
> asurer. Landrum
owners' have been assured a I control methods will do little good | camp and a former International groups carry on their dutiesbe .'
: lead during the first countingtnd Caroline .
speedy solution to this last prob if .these breeding places are left Officer made the presentation Crews Patsy Kucera. a great help to B H. S. i-
( i held it all day The President ,and JoAnn Smith. future.
lent around. i I II talk. Approximately 200 testa- I 1 1 tad Vice President will both be .
ments were given to these stud. \\3j
In this first real get-to-gether ;, would !i Seniors next > )ar. as is required ,
Starke motor court owners j, s The Florida convention of the The Speech Club had a bar., .
of Starke motel owners, Johns j become part of an organization of ents.At the noon luncheon hour at *. nd the secretary will represent National Beta Hub will be held in Gainesville last Thursday a.

said the co-operative spirit and |I over 1,200 membersThe I the Rotary Club. W. H. Nollman Sophomore class The of- at the George Washington Hotel. II reward for the fine work on U.! .,

willingness to work together was luncheon originally plan- ,'rsdect111 attend the Study Jacksonville, this four .
a member of the local weekend. MayS plays. Afterward the\
much In evidence.As I camp presented
very "dutch-treat. was >'11: Council meetings for the rest .
ned as a provided School Superintendent H 4c -9. Starke will b? well represented tended a presentation b\
a local chapter of the FlorIda J by Angelo Angelakos.I e ,.tinder of the year and will be as usual: Fiora} PlaY"f
P. Morgan with a white Bible to
Motor Court Association operator of the Dixie Restaurant. : gv;: 'ii a chance to practice their S .
be placed on his desk. Roscoe
Bulhngton. Tom Slade. J F .tt! ''>1.- *i h.tie-: The Se-.o-s h.\ bee: !tV! t.- !:., : ;, '1': f,'1'1\ ," : "

.till : ">f m i':\ '. f c.t fs: ,\1.\1 I : .".,' \" i' \.
Jaudon, and Frank
Tayloi members Ai e\, rte 20( >'t\- : ,. ,
.1 tf :h ?ilfj'lh' fill \ lit :111 .'! !.i I:: :..
the local
- .-..:. '. -
Rotarians participated in the
SOME iXM KIIILES were presented to school students here recently
At 2 o'clock in the high school
foj the local iideons.. .\t top the group U Seth preparing to presentthe
stadium the Gideons presented a Forsnul
} Testaments at Bradford High S, h .ol, and lower pluto shows the
ropy of the youth testament to

more than TOO students. In mak- distribution heinZ nude at KJK: :School.

8 RADIO ing the presentation. Taylor t

who is state president of the Amble for each

.tr ir w. AND organization pointed out that room in Doctors
; ao '
1. our country is one founded by Clinic Hospital x

,) TELEVISIONSales men who loved God and believed was presented t C3IV [

,,-,. Ills word and that if we are to and dedicated t -' r P- r ,
continue to have an America
with prayer by a
ilk., we love, we must be sure LINGERIE NYLONS
v local Gideons 1 list k *
and ServiceS (,u/ boys and girls grow up in week In photo ( j.X

then footsteps
Sepsen II' I I II' at right Dr. + @

.'2rvy'1yyyy11yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyVYVVYV'1VYVVVVVVVVV I N. Temple Aye I'Il ON!E 166( Starke, Florida president O L. Linsin.told a the true local experience camp I Houpt is shown I ,t: -z.1 BLOUSES SKIRTS

Bible I
ot how a n'an was saved through
rom O L Linsin, h :
''\din a hotel Bible placed there .t

Gideons local presIdent. i' .

The Gideons are Christian Others taking *.- LARGEST SELECTION.z.c..r'
I 1 i businessmen members of all the part in the ci re- f 4 ?' 3

different denominations who have mony were F a' ).tr '"

organized to win others to Christ Register Sr E ..z.c..r'I;:

by their personal testimony and A. Sapp, G C Moore .T F Jauojun !! Nullman and Rust '>e Bulling
4 Exchange We Refund We
BEDROOM the distribution of Bibles. Frank Taylor. T H Slade. W H ton

4 Other businessmen who are assisting

in the program are E. A.I I Red Cross Goal 1 ISo WIIlOnE when ESTER

Sapp Freeman Register Sr. F S I
GROUP I Near Yet So Far | BROOK offers the best fountain
3 Dodd J T. Quigley Sidney Strick- ; I

Phone 80 Starke, Fla. land. T. H. Rahn. W. A Scott : Cancer Total Lags I pen at only' $:.3.? Wide variety
gasps-s napes eseseepse1liEh \\'. J. Poehner Gordon Purdy. and I
of colors amt I5Il\D-
Earl Norman.Mr One hundred and thirty dollars I point.

Was 169 95 Linsin announced that ar- means the difference of having FORD COUNTY: TKLKGRXPII.: .- '. '- .

1-CHEST rangements are being made for or not having a Red Cross Chapter I - '- --- -- -. .. ."::' _- -,- .-. ''' ---. -_ __ --- -_- .k.::.'-_-_. j- -

1 VANITY I the presentation of youth testa- in Bradford County. Mrs' _n ----- --

1 VANITY BENCH 95 I ments to the other schools of the Junius M. Smith, Drive Chairman NOTHING DOWN FOUR MONTHS TO PAY. NOTHING DOWN a
1 1- IA TTIU': S countv
NOW 139 k said Wednesday it was no longera -
1-COIL Sl'UINCS= (: !I Each Saturday morning at 6:15

1-- -BED SPREAD |. at the Avery Inn these businessmen case of wishful or hopeful think IdD:::

PILLOWS meet for prayer. All men ing. >

who are interested in the program I For six years the national a ro

r-'e."R' are invited to join the group any organization has backed up Brad-

Saturday morning. ford County when it failed to I I. d c

reach its quota. Mrs. Smith said

: fJ \ : w.a 3 Dog InoculationsStart goal Bradford this year County or must suspend reach operations its- N tnH

3 May 9thTh. In the hope of avoiding this OQH -n

Mis Smith and some of her
.> County Health Department" C/1
: workers will continue the driveto
3 announced yesterday" that a veterinarian
,t E Ei the end of this month. W O
from Gainesville will be
i and teachers of
in this area to inoculate dogs at I The principals

the following times and places: : the negro schools who have already c:

Saturday May 9, 10 a.m. to 12 I raised $300, will drive for -
i Similar To 4 /Ir-i: \ ;:riTiI ,

.. above picture I noon 2 to 3 city p m. light city hall plant., Lawtey.Starke; j$;.0'A more.total of 2657.35; has been" i iI / .

,,: t fa j Saturday May 16, 10 am. to 12 I I collected since the drive began PUR E T IRE I S C
> "" "' ....I noon city hall, Hampton: 1:30: to March 1.George. I/) Nothing
I '
41 2 30 p m. Strickland's Store I
aUUA VAV' Kopelousos. treasurer
Lake 3:30
Kingsley ; to 4:30: p.m..
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i Colson'Store., BrookerI |the Cancer Fund Drive said the UJH

D Dw I The fee will be $1.50 per dog [ County's campaign would con Down e

t i Starke has an ordinance that tinue in the hopes of raising at i!

-- t q-iires!! even dog to be inoculated: least half of the county quota of .

o\nllual1} and licensed Dog 5600 At present some $250 has UJD TJc
S1tE'N11111'1:11: 'H ter" 1 1jl
\\.4111 A iiummdi'ixmlAbU ,, .' > t It .. licenses are now due and may be been sent to the national organ H TUBES
., i
man '11. pom
obtained at the city hall izationALVAREZ' FOUR MONTHS
mnlyd ai .1111 t I' .app:! "' lil: II.I'ISI.; !I.1! KIK: -> \LtItUnJiliK : DPURE
err nearby w :ill lt.." 10! ;IKh Ii i ,1 1 Ii Ki" y I. '. :!I. -.,t t. :a
u< hi.i Luy on trrdttpr l ) .' >ou i tw..in lh< tN.u. n' l I.i i idg'.- 1 1mi I'
",11! For detail write It"" from tall St bngc: \\ m. Clothing JII JIIEstablished COC
a."I. F A):,S1O.300. 51i'1I..h'I'I' tn Mix I.Hi nia M I W\ nit I"-" inKoaJ I'II 11 i STOREVn..nm.m.n..n. Ien's. II I- TO PAY
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Trim Up I Kt. 1. !!"* .1. S- irk."t''hg, F :a 1891 .I Ii

Foil KKXT-KurnUhed house. gu
LIT J. ii nnoM. JH I i
range and eleolrle refrigeratorMartin
Fruit shop. N. T>m|.lf \ II IMIl: ..K\\%ll OI HOGS UCITTIt ..... ..YY.m 6 WEEKLY tT1
Air UP ,
H\l.|>! batteries

\\II4.Uirn ,'*.\la t III:).',111'1.home .whllr.>r two moth chit 11..1 I I I I tal'r.,111P l\r Oak t-'urli: .:.0'\\p.h.p-4.'' Frtdar, : PLUMBING AT IT'S BEST* : UJCO MONTHLY m

u..tk.. rn..ne 15-\V or arc MFied :- j fj Frill ItFYT-F..nr r .....i fur""',.. II /)
Smith. Sth St Mi' I alltrlm.I.: uple. wtlt ..1. ,
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We Work
Guarantee; Our
Or Semi-Monthly
I r..fng..r"l..r h.: v\ I-T :rep! .
tlllLtTwo story house it. mK porch front and rrar..trrtty> : p. And We Work a: 0
in ,SON eanh. b.&IAlIl" racy ter.uU7 IH Ial"1'1'1\ | \ 4-<> nith
tl .* '.. l Quickly! .
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.11 fc-od .onduion.blk \\ ." l ..1 I .(II Makes 111 Madelanra.oaakle K C
.t,, h.'l T Pr.x.tr building one on ttaal ugt 'n'n '. rharcro. r. *iMifiin- aa.r..ut1t'IIN. E In Need Of Any Type Plumbing Air Conditioning 4A'O i D P3

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Ft'IL, )11' t: J U". >lug nurse ot CORSAIR aI
hair 3
h.l :< lkn> J practical for c..n..ralduty
w.t tall St. 1'ha"? 1t.J Itpyt J.ur.s Cinch H.>-pual. JOB TOO LARGE .

!01V.. Call St Starke. Fla tf .. _
S.\I.--l'O..d Max ltlt tvrmgrrrI .

tl .'. \\.1b ii .....r.\1I1I1I.n pelrrl. ,'" .IIJUIo.1\\I. ttat :,'i PHOTE Fireproof Torn Protecto SECfRITIES Security Bot.- J. A. FILLY AWLiceneti 3 Outboard 5n

,. '" beautiful. Urge, heavy duty Me.l % DOWN C/l
r ont r 't 11.1(
M.t UKNT-F.ur box $I0S plus tax: Bradford i
ainiha r ,1.1, Kinnvl-n Ialig-Ir''">""IAkr:u,I":' "1..1" i ('''''n''' Teleeraph' tf. Plumber With 14 Years Experience .4 ttH 1O
Court St.
I'I \. Starke. Fla. 2
FOR SALE s" t' ii- ronI
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:,.' and S1 Strrkr I :. \ ?I.'nar Ms and Cemeni R--- ALA& && Motors ,
ford Engineering CompanPhoio J Jw -
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Un,.. work" drmanntrattngrasmetie I f ,'.\ WAXTKO E'I'.r.n.- WHEN Ou
.. s: Prr hour I| ,. MOVE
- ; a.rac" not rtKjuire.1 high -h '! s1 i.' i. I-
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c ter a'.rt.' :i SI.'hor -. -
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>.1.tH.. i--.nn..I. M'"; FOR RENT: -Furnished cottage at.:
a with ".....!!*.> drier ruht n* 1'5 11 .'n\enien.-es. large >ard. >M.>.e toAl.o LOCALOR
also I.r lAwn mnwrr Sea t'h"II" tw" bedroom apartmn' and X COPI

.>=--. K.1\.1..I.tonr... H"llthl" 3t. n Ip tJ1''"1 I. unfurni-h-'l n'on. :M W tlnplexV Madt.I.' Su-kr.:U Xo'.I-!tf: 1)ISTANCEMOVING LONG 311 1 or 250-J h Pure Service Store C/) I

= Ftir 1.t--ta"'o'r Lil,rs ht' ii"ten wtMF.1v' 1VTFt1tddreart FOR SAFE DEPENDABLE
,ir intVs ,tulle out on St +te I mail. I*",t.slake ..' er s:S;.. wk; ,
= Farm Road '-Ir..I\\I... IMSAl.R > Send II f.- :n'trtut..-nl.F.l>< > ECONOMICAL SERVICE UJD .
ii I t1'atPrr.w,,. Ia" SIp j ..
fh* rim -' ri'Mvl used rfrir f I : I and State Road 200
U. S. 301
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de) knish. srtl i "" tIn --C
at.rs".new'o.i ....n'tIll.'n" )t "I s'-r thraa -... F."t .F-r'rtt.i'nS j'U tr.Ik! I R. B. ALVAREZ AND SON cu
., >rol4te. Smith's !";"r""" r'1..I1."t f.r hatsu'.ratd s I
o i
Phone 189
' Starke s'' l aAVYt1NI >t-'m'"ch. a'I1'I*... t,,.THei1 ,*.', j Jimmy Moore, Owner
U F J.Td-in r.t 1 ht
: 0'-11 "1 ta'in" ". n*. ,.,-. *al. Starke To right of )Iii hwav Agents For Delcher Bros. lTls
knn'U' or h t- 'nanmrt'm I U !'pjp 1 ; .

f.r. thl one month pa--one and..r.ban r..ntar'r.'.'"''\ ....,,: PF."T-I."..... ",, "rr >to. 11 Perryman Bid?. S. Court St. Starke Fla. NOTHING DOWN FOUR MONTHS TO PAY Q NOTHING DOWN
Sam if car A..t..r".n Sh'> C; I' ..r ... ..... .'" ''" h.J-r'.: -'. .. \: J
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