Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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' Tile Home of Tire Sweetest Strawberries This Side of heaven "


toffice Sitest The Worm' Business Is Fine, Thank Your I I Ii3Y II Series of Thefts 1940 Census 1 Strawberry Season,.

Cleared I :", ..'. Last Week Under Here '

Be J"I I Way ; Arrives At Last ;

April 27th.City \t'1, 'ii "f:: I' Still Unsolved New QuestionsCounty !. Farmers' Market and

% Holland To
Council Grants 't $215 In MerchandiseAnd I Enumerators New Lawtey Shed

permission To Move .. ; Cash Lost Here I Named FollowingSchool : I Scene of Action

Frazee House Intacte J ,, Over The WeekEndA In Gainesville
f r4' I> \ i i Early Monday morning when.

City Council at Its meet- series of three robberies here Do<)r-bells all over Bradford hastily-summoned berry pickers

Wednesday night granted ..j 'I last wel k.end netted burglars County started ringing Tuesday went to the fields, they took a

L. Frazee a special .( around $245; In cash and merchandise morning as the 1940 Federal" look around, bent over the heavy- '

Annie J i and has law enforce- census of population, housing, laden bushes, and realized that ;

it to move her twostoryrg ment officers of the town and and agriculture got under way I I Bradford County's long-delayed ,
house from its location .. !- t county completely baffled with officially.The I season had arrived at lut.I .

e corner of Walnut and Jet- .. ,III-- '" I the thieves still unapprehended following enumerators fort I By 11 o'clock the familiar pint-

n Streets to one of the lots and at large. An attempt was this county were announced tOI-1 crates were being piled high on

'(j I by Mrs. ,W. H. .Nollmanialison made to rob; the Woman's Club- lowing examinations which platforms at Starke and Lawteyand

< :! Street between Adams house Friday night but the in- held In Gainesville last week:I that Indescribable "some

Monroe Streets. The house tiuiler was frightened away by Mrs. L. H. Futch, Ethel E. Me- thing": filled the air, quickenedthe

ated on the government'sited the arrival of Rev. Frank Robinson Rae, Marjorie H. Colley, Ethel pulse, and lightened the step

postofflce site and Mrs. 1 I The; unknown person M. Raymond Era R. Wasdln, S. of many a Bradford Countlan.
under bond to have It window In the The 1940 strawberry season was
Is jumped thru a Hauttmce McLean, and Walter 11:.
Ted from the property byI 'V*>i club sun parlor, breaking the McLean.In! I ". on I

I 27. *i*< ,*A-jf ?** glass and sash. I IMost addition to the usual questions : Before two o'clock that after-

house will be moved In- 'v r &&
and Mrs. Frazee asked that i it believed' to have occurred etc., a number of new questionsfor [ of the season had rolled out of ,
be made effective 1m- Bandits entered Starke, the chugging Its cool- ,
permit The opening of Thursday night. the purpose of gathering data -
and this request Wasted spring fishing season means good business'fo\' of John Ing apparatus making sweet
by the council. The Merle Grtder, industrious 9-year-old youngster who lives In the W Buddington in the Hamrlck county will be asked Therefore, Senator Spessard I.. Holland of music in the ears of buyers and .,

ng Is to be done under thenrtslon southeastern part of Starke. Assisted by his two brothers Ken house at Walnut and LaFayette it Is advisable for those who will Burtow, candidate for Governor sellers alike. Less than an hour

of R F. Clark and neth and Lloyd, Merle demonstrates how he "rubs up" worms Streets and stole $150>> in cash likely be at home when the cen- of Florida will peak In Starke. later the first truck rolled from

1 follow a course about fiveKs which he sells for 20c a can. They drive a sharp-pointed boarda from Mr. Buddlngton's wallet. sus-taker calls to be thinking Tuesday afternoon April 9, at B Lawtey.

long. Under present plans foot or so Into the ground, and then rub its top with a leaf The loss was discovered Friday. about these questions so that o'clock. It will be his first appearance Througn me first three daysof I

house will first be moved from an old auto spring This vibrates the ground for some Most of the money was In big I they can be answered quickly and here during the present I the week (Monday, Tuesday

ugh the alley back of I distance around, the bills, a hundred dollar bill and Intelligently.The campaign. Ha will speak at Key- Wednesday) 6,404 crates were
causing worms to crawl out. The
kps and Sternberg's stores to younger two twenties, it was said, and first questions ate simple stone Heights Tuesday mornlrg at I loaded from Starke and Lawtey,
peon Street, then south on brothers harvest the crop while Merle "rubs." Merle recentlywon the bank and merchants have enough. They concern the street 10:30: a. m. Since he I. ranked for which growers r e c dyed .

pson Street to Madisonet a prize by explaining his business to the Boys & Girls Page been on the lookout for large addtcss of house; the number of RM one of the leading can ,lId te.. around 22414.00an average of ,.

thence west on Madison editor of the Florida Times-Union, where a story about him appeared bills from suspicious\ persons this : members in the family; whether for the nomination. It In expected $3.60 per crate. The stimulating

ft to the location across several months ago. week. the house Is owned or rented; that a large crowd will turn out lifeblood of new money was Immediately

i the home of Pr. W. E. Mid- ;, Friday night unknown person I value of home, if owned; monthly to hear him.Veterans. noticeable In the channels .,

in. or persona broke into Stern's rental If rented; i Is it a farm ?; of local trade, where merchants -

ll members ,of the council Largest Crowd Yet I I Garage on South Walnut Street, name of each member of the have been fretting since :

present except H. A. Bishop, via a north wall window, which I family; relationship to head of r Camp January because of what has "

was< too ill to attend. Don the thieves broke. About $25 the house; BOX, color, and race come to be known as "the latest

recently injured in an Turns Out For Whitehair worth of cigarettes and chewing Then comes the Question of HITCH. berry season on record."
DOver, : .: -
;;;tl- ; ; ; Will CelebrateFree to
mobile accident, was present gum and a picycio were sioien.The marital status of the housewife Dropping a far-from-favor-
tbe first time In several meet- (Kclltor'tt of Note the: Whltchalr Innger-t hn-IIMi1lI speech was given when at Its I theft occurred before 11 o'- whether single, married,1 able low $2,SO In Starke early
The meeting was held Wed- (TueHilay'uveruge night xhould nut i In any conclusion, as he stepped from clock P. M. as night marshall widowed or divorced.\ Barbecue To He In the week, prices have strengthened
be Interpreted an nil Indica- the platform, the crowd surged until the best fruit sellIng .
night because of the facta way Walter Sllcox discovered the robbery Next you will be asked whether was
ay tion of political policy on the part forward shake his hand Staged At (Gold Head as high as J3.90 at the farmer '
political rally was held on of the Telegraph. New la news, eager I about that time. This is I you attended school or college1 '
regular meeting night Tues- and aa the lament, mont colorful, and meet the man whose name the second( time within a year, since Match 1, 1940. and the!! Branch State Park maiket here Wednesday. ,.
of the current campaign we
rally has already become a household that Stern's Garage has been: Place Lawtey reported one lot bringing
the postponement being bymon feel that our readers are entitledto highest! grade completed
consent of. the members. detailed coverage.) word Usually, following a cam robbed. Thieves, still unappre- of birth follows, and the first of' An all-day celebration and open a fancy price of 94.15.

lnutft Pc.. *%., previous, meet- Whether, because his meetingwas paign speech, the bulk of the hended, broke' Into the garage the brnin-t 'alter : "Pld you live, house wilt be held on Wednesday Out-of-town buyers have begun
audience back waits for to flock here In
were read and approved scheduled at night; whether hangs last July and took merchandise In thin house on April 1, 1933 ? Apill.. iia d Gold Head Branch' oX anticipation*
the candidate to to It. : yield that
come valued at $30. Did 'live In the name place,
L. S. Hutto was before the because It was freely advertised; you State Park by Veterans' Company bus
ell requesting that the cityrce whether because he Is the most Other During the Week Friday night burglars, believedto but In. a different house on April 2444, C'CC.: In commemoration of ished.growers- Peak themselves, aston.

its action of last Novern-I widely talked OF and ABOUT Taking their chances with day- be the same committing the 1, 1033: ? Have you moved from' the 7th Anniversary of the Inauguration i next of production Is expected -

prohibiting the Starke Stave' candidate In the governorshiprace time, unpublicized meetings on Stern's robbery, gained entrance one city to another since April' of the Civilian Con freeze In North week A recent '.

from burning its wood waste : the fact remains that the street, three other guberna- I to the Starke Dry Cleaners and 1, 1935: ?" I servation Corps. to Carolina is expected "
torial candidates have visited Laundry by breaking a rear window The enumeiator will then auk keep that market out
P. Whitehair had, by
the mill, thereby creating a A free barbecue will bti served of the
I rutting until the end of the
odds the and most Starke during the past few days. ]| Two men's suits belonging a series of questions your employment -'
ke "that is a great public long largest beginning at noon, and the month, so If fair prices prevail.
They were: I to Frank C. Hollingsworth and status. He'll want lo
ance to living near- enthusiastic audience yet gathered for the will be
persons I program day arranged -I It In conceded that Bradford I<
Bradford dur- B. K, West Palm Beach two coats belonging to Lake Butler know whether you were HI workin .
County Puty '
W. P. Smith sent word to together I by the Company, s u r grower have a good chance to
stolen and have .
council that there would be ing the current political cam- attorney, said to be steadily gainIng -i, persons were private or non-emergency gov-:, rounding communities and the "make a little ,"
more smoke and that he I paign, when he spoke here Tues- in the race, spoke here at I| not been recovered. eminent work during the weekof Florida Forest and Park Service
'' Saturday the bicycle stolen March 24-30 1910 If wereengaged
id appear before the council I day night. 11:30 Wednesday morning. It : you cooperating.
discussed I' from Sterns was found aban- 1 n public emergency McClane Elected
his second visit He -
m early date to offera prop- Amid the blare of automobile was The administrative, technical,
oned beside the highway near work or If you were seeking a r
ion forI satisfactory solu- horns and the flare of flashlight salient points In his plat Lawtey. job at that time? You will also supervisory and enrolled p mon. Head of Rotary Club
to the question. The council : Volusla County form which has been called "per-
cameras the firey be asked mel will be on duty to conduct
rred action on the matter but' attorney and so-called political haps the strongest and best- questions concerningthe visitors throughout the Camp and Announcement of the election

ructed the chief of police. A. "boss" promised that "nothingless thought-out of any candidate" Unusual Eclipse Answers family Income.to show the work projects, and explain of T K. McClane as president of
census questionsare
Alvarez, to that there Is'' im James'Barbee, Jacksonville minIster the Rotary Club of Starke for
see than assassination or Visible Next Sunday confidential andIt the various phases of the
kept strictly ,
arch-foe of slot machines -
and the new beginning In
more smoke. him year July
peachment" would prevent I CCC
I program.
Is violation of the law for
his second visit and I a I
It was I was made at the
laurlce Edwards, hired by the from putting into effect his pro- Bradford County Is expected to anyone to refuse to answer Veteran Company 2144, CCC, I regular luncheon -
to for the deserving aged, dependent first speech locally. lie view of the "annular"or i here Wednesday., E. I... Matthew
prepare plans for a city gram get a good Gold Head IIranch State Park U
i If elected to give the Is the new ''I
nsored W. P. A. project toe and crippled children ( ring) eclipse which will sweep known throughout the dlstt Ict, ,
several streets within the I the insane, and diseased, "and 000 appointive jobs to across the southern part of the I Johns Will Speak and Corps Area, and the men are] while Joe K.,: Wilson was reelected -
I of all, our school and honest men eliminating "lazy I afternoon, secretary and I). P. Carpenter
and construct several sewers, most important United States, Sunday Saturday Afternoon justly proud of their camp and
"ited) that plans will be ready I children and teachers." loafers. lie also promised a April 7. It I Is expected to be I the work done on construction ofj, re-elected treasurer
entire state I I The .
of the
Tuesday of next week. The The crowd conservatively estimated -: survey visible here shortly after 5 o'- State Senator Charley K. Johns the l'ark.A I program Wednesday was
I Hans Walker, Ocala oil company ,I In charge of N. Sternberg who
ncll plans to meet a t thate at from 500 to 7SO>> liter clock will open his speaking campaign speaking program will
whose motto Intioduced
distributor, Dr.
iSi bel Douglas Haygood
to check the plans and dieC ally "ate it up." Old-timeis "From orphanage to Governor's i I Scientists are coming to Jack-I for Congress at Carpenter's corner ranged to begin at 10:00: A. ... professor of education at the
of 'Bonvllle from all over the country Saturday afternoon at 2 o'-j
matters I
connected with
it the "best vote-getting till (
I termed mansion.." He Is said to be makIng 1 1l continuing through noon University of Florida. The speaker -
proposed project. Mr. Ed- speech" they'd ever heard Others -, 1 I to study the phenomenon so 1 I clock. The meeting, originally ner will be served, from 12 In-I
.da. stated that he and his as- were "sorry when he quit" ,j: gains and some newspapers I lit Is believed that Starke, being| scheduled for last Saturday, was 2 P M.. and speaking will cnn-i gave of a highly entertaining discussion -
ites had have refeued to him as a POIl-,[i within 4:>> miles of that point, postponed because of the tunc-ral'' the Customs and per-
discovered eleven '
an It was at least five times as Urge sible lark horse" In the race. | tlnun In the afteinonn from 2:OOJ: lIon llllea of the French
( people, .
1 fall in the slope of the land a meeting as any candidate has ,will also "have a good view of i'1of State Senator It, L. Black In I o'clock on.Prominent. :, among whom he has spent some

the low spot near Bradford had here this year. the "show. I Gainesville ': Officials of the Na- time during his travels abroad
11 School to the be- Vasco ForsytheIn I I I Ring eclipses are very rare, Senator Johns will speak In'!
swamps In a highly-pleasing voice that I j jI tional Purk Service, the Florldaj Dr. Hay good concluded his talk
I the old I I I and the overuse!; person has only I three other towns the mime day:
clay pit, and stated takes to a microphone like a I Truck Wreck i II froieat und Park Service, and with the statement that the surest -
t a mile long ditch drain I one chance In a lifetime to see I Lake Butler at 3:30: p. m., Ala- I
can water, Whltehulr expressed other speakers will address the lo make ardent
iduck to way patriots
whole one It In so named because' theI chun. at S>> p. m., and In Gr..en'Cove
northwest section of to those of Vasco Foisythe escaped seriouslnjUl'les visitors. I out of
appreciation people wouldbe
town in 'sutiStsCtol'Y when I II I I rim of the sun will show In a i Springs during the evening i
a. very their Sunday morning to wend,
who them
spend abroad for
IDel''he his opponents I ''narrow' ring of light all around 1 The public la cordially Invited' a
valuable time attacking his bond-i I I the Philadelphia-bound refrigerator the dark moon. This U due to' lo attend, und an enjoyable day short period of time. He said
[ council other alleged truck he was driving left the;i I :New Machinery' that ha .
that and
agreed\ signal house connections ';,1' the tact the moon Is a \little too U piomlird' to all never really appreciated:
its are needed at the junction corporate interests. "Theyare highway and overturned 18 miles far for Its bulk to cover i> The Starke Coca-Colu Bottling I II America until he had a taste of
'tate Highways 13 and 28 and me more publicity| south of Brunswick. Ga. The big'i: away life In France.
giving I Wins Golf Award
the sun completely. I Co. this week Installed a new
Junction of Highways 13 and than I could possibly pay for, i truck belonged to Edwin 1200-gallon-per-hour capacity car- I
and Instructed clerK Carl I the scene on Call ![ local shipper and wa loaded]; Nat local
he said, and : Exchange Store|I bonator, a device which manufactures Sternberg golf enthusiast -
is to obtain cash delivered was ample with Plant City strawberries. I\Opening .
Street Tuesday night I the "charged" water> came very near makinga Too Catty 'I
es on two signal lights. It testimony that he was right, I Forsythe went to Bleep at the I "The Exchange Store," formerly -:I used In Cocu-Cola and certain i hole-In-one o n the Gainesville I

1 recommended that a streett The personable Voluslan stated I wheel and lost control of the I I Gassett's Hardware Store, other soft drinks, The newj I course last Sunday. He received L. V. Chapman, superintendent "
> be placed behind the Green that if elected he would go to' vehicle. He had returned froma I has opened In the building be I machine Is the latest type and an award of two golf balls when of the State Prison Farm

''dings on West Call Street. Tallahassee "absolutely without long trip the day before and tween Holllngsworth's Shoe Shop', maintains the highest standards1, his tee shot stopped just eighteen near here Is authority for this (

;e ofa robbery last week. obligation" and "without a mort- 'hud had too little sleep before and the Orange Blossom Cafe on jof I uniformity, purity, and efficiency Inches from the pin on the number little story: ;

he council refused to grant amit gage" on hli future. He claimed I beginning the Philadelphia drive. I I Walnut Street under the management -'I and cent about $800 Installed eight. green. It wan the One afternoon, recently, a

to a skating rink and re- to be the only candidate In the.I' Damage amounted to about $5OO,' of Davlti GaSBett, The Store I II plant officials said. !I Closest! tee shot 'of the day. i guard dragged l a twisting,
'mended that all skating rinks race who could make a slmillar i and was partially covered by will buy and sell all articles and curring white prisoner Into his

located "out In the wood." It statement. "My primary functions Mr. Torode said. I will sell new and used furniture.I II managing Restaurant Eliitha Wilkinson lie office for having brutally assaulted '

i moved that the license fee as your Governor," he said, i I I The store Is also headquartersfor 'I a negro trusty:

bowling alleys be rained fromto "will be to provide governmentalservices I: First Expense Statement*I redeeming Octagon coupon Mrs. J. G. Boyd and daughter, Funeral I services for Ellnha It developed' that the trusty

a larger amount per alley, which will adequately I i |I Mine Margie McMillan, assumed Wilkinson SO. will bo held Fri had been catching rabbits in

action was deferred. The I take care of human beings before County candidates! must file 'New Store OpenA i Bummer management of the Mag- day morning at 11 o'clock at the nearby fields and selling themto

ting was concluded by paying I we start thinking in terms,i their first expense statements be- foils Cafe her yesterday, It was grave in Long Branch Cemeterynear the prisoners for a special

and discussing politics.Enterprise of bonds utilities roads, and the tween April 7 and April 11. Failure dry goods establishment announced by James Put ray, Mu JC V lilt". lie died lute Tuesday meal for five rents

like." I to file: the statement during new Saturday, In the building ';i owner of the restaurant The night at his home In Jacksonville Asked by the prison head to

.Vew He came out flat-footedly the required period disqualifies I opened Hrynnt's Cafe and cafe will feature popular summer Survivors Include a explain his attack on the
against no-fence legislation stating the candidate from the race l I the Ritz Theatre, with i Mr. I I prices and will maintain the Sister Mrs Walter Stalling of negro, the white convict said:

'James Patray Starke restau- that If safer highways were C. G. rlarksdale, manager MrEarksdale I i highest quality food and service Starku "Well. I found out that this

: man Monday will become I desired It would be necessary to Mrs. WMlaker Dies formerly of Lake Butler : RO-and-HO has been killing cats

'.0'> representative of the Remon remove a Urge percentage bf here w III regret to, has redecorated the building's ''A.-J.I (;riffi. Almost Well Itic/ianl Here Friday and "selling them to us for rabbits -
"The Frl<-nds .
Manufacturing Company1bt drivers as well as the cows. and built two attractive
D. Interior
Louis. Mo., makers of a ,: cattlemen will have n friend In learn of the death of Mrs.last C.Saturday show windows Mr. Barksdale'' County School Superintendent R L ( Rob Richard ('an.u.late'l. The cat-eater was released

ula rIme of home and office Francis Whitehair," he said. ,! Whtlaker In Marianna In the merchant businesS A. J, Griffin, who has been nerlouily : for Slate TI'e llurer. was but now the vogue Is to leave
I I She'! had been 111 for several was several her. last Friday Mr Richard I foot on the ilreused rabbits
I be placed Ill for the pat :
conditioning units. He will "Cod foibid that they 'Vhlta.kersmade for 13 yearn at Inverness, and hilt '
e charge of all sales in the|J under legislation, like that borneby months The here when new store features. men's.women's. ./ecks. Is able to be up and will la a native of Hrn-lfoid County I so that no more cats will be
many friends Improved toi and has many friend and rel- ell ten.IUIII .
and of 01'1 be sufficiently
the Industry. INn
appointment !I the citrus physician at and children's ready-to-
resentatlves in the 67 Florida, Definite Indication of the favorable Dr. Whltaker was Farm wear i I i be out again. I I I atlvea In this section. I

'111*s, iir, ratray said. I reception of Whitehall the State Prison

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I For Circuit Judge For County Judge For School Board-Dlst. S schools. and bellev, ,,
Political Rallies r announce my candidacy for I am a cltlien of Starke and It elected School Board member be paid for twelv. ". n.", .,
County 1940 Judge of the Eighth Judicial Bradford County and have qualifiedto from District Three, Iwill discharge vice, and that th. nnnlb''.
of Florida, In Group one, seek the office of County Judgeof my duty to the very best of for teachers and but ,ii'rUkl'
solicit the support of all dem- Mradford: County, and If electedby my ability, not being swayed to and be more liberal. 1 .
For Representative State the good people of my county fro for the unmerited benefit of better roads I *'
; TIIEnE8SscnOOL HOUSE I E. K. Perryman /<: electors in the 1940 primary. for om' .t r
lature D. E. KNIGHT.For I will serve them to the beat of any person, but will stand strictlyfor ally our district t e. >,
THURSDAY NIGHT, APRIL 18 For Congreflit' I my ability. an economical business-like all In the lower bra> k?.. I, 'r">,
Charley E. JohnsJ. Geo. H. Inman DON L. HOOVER I administration. I will strive to for the state Who
For Representative' State Legislature R. B. Alvarez Circuit Judge make Bradford County outstandingin proportion to ffettlna othui,' ''oall,
G. CareyR. -.5 educational work, and will appreciate will favor leglHlatt aJ'

: A. (Lex) Green For County JudgeE. For County Judge I your support. benefit the tarm..r. that
R. B. Alvarez For Circuit Judge K. Ferryman Eight years ago the good peopleof I O. C. KELLY. grower I am in fu. I ,r
elected me to range for cattle.. "
Bradford County T
i H. Inman
Geo. I II!
D. E. KnightA. Don L. Hoover be County Judge and for seven eliminate all nulmiti. .. ', "
t For County Judge served them in an efficient For School Dunrd-DIM. 3 Put forth I
Circuit CourtA. years I have my best "reurt'
Z. Adklns For Clerk will
I wish to announce that
making the It
manner.and ,
' Don L. Hoover and satisfactory i admlnl t, ,,
Henry L. Gray J. Thomas at the same time operated the be a candidate for the office of \ mlcal and safe.Rexpectfully. lion> (.
E K. Ferryman low cost to School Board Member from District
Senate office at an extremely
For State For SheriffM.
I Three, comprising Hampton, Graham \lhl..I\t.4,
Clerk Circuit; Court the tax Thereforewithout HAL.
For :
payers. v
l Hal Y. MainesM. L. Johns hesitation. I hereby announce for Brooker and New River. If !
Thomas Sc I elected I will perform my dutiesin
A. and
J. Sapp A. O. Andreu re-election as County a business-like manner and give For K. 'ewentnn,.
'r For Sheriff Drew H. Dukes For Tax AssessorL. % I auk for K. PERRYMAN your support, County and vote.Judge my time and energy to the up I wish to annoui ?,?
A. O. Andreu K. building of our schools, always using dacy for Representui "if V"
Ernest Hewitt O. HazenE. State Legislature
economy where economy shouldbe fu.rr 8'
k M. L. Johns W. Hayes S ('o..ml."lo.er-UI.t. 3 used. Thanking you In advancefor County. If elected I Drr''*

i y, For Tax A"_sor NEW RIVER SCHOOL hOUSE: For Congress For I J)County die by announce myself a candidate your support, I am, sincerely, of guard this the Interest of Ihe i,"?,'

E. W. Hayes THURSDAY NIGHT APRIL for County Commissioner FRANK T. ABERNATHY. bill that county tends and to will I.Pv:.
Charley E. Johns S 3 three, and earnestly Incnjas
District number I u
r 1.. O. Hazen 25. 8:00 O'CLOCK solicit vote and support. promising am against the No l-'pm. K
J. G. Carey your I
For School Hoard percent. will
For Tax CollectorCarl For SheriffM. R. A. (Lex) Green ". duties of if elected said office to discharge In a fair the, I hereby announce my candidacyfor provide adequate Introduce Pen"lonl a t il i

A. Knight L. JohnsA. For Circuit JudgeD. economical and bUHlne ..llk.. man nomination as' a member of the needy of this "state, and ,? '
School Board from District Two, nate "red tape. I
Jr.For aunts will
r N. D. Wainwright O. Andreu E. KnightA. ner. Thanking you for your I subject to the will of the Democratic bill that favors a prUatt??,":
Supt. of Public InstructionA. .. For Tax A e8Hor tance,. I am, I voters In the Primary Election tlon or Interest 0\''', the <"'
Z. Adkins : Yours respectfully, May 7. If elected. I will diligently people. I know what th,
J. Grlffla R. I... LEE ru,
L. O. HazenE. Henry t. Gray I work for better Bradford this county want and I Wi||
W. E. Mlddleton W. Hayes For State Senate County school Your vote and support them to the bent of 115 abii,
G. K. McGauley County t'.nlIoa.-UI.l S appreciated. the good of the counts 111
Collector For 0
For Tux Ernest Hewitt CountCommIssioner Respectfully the advancement of ..
I will be a candidate .ny..II:
E. R. Poppell N. D. Wainwright, Jr. Hal Y. Mainea from District /a.: K. SPARKS. cally or financially Y"mMJ
I For County CommiHNlonerDistrict South Starke. subject to the willof support will be slnv* i I. ..I1
Carl A. Knight
No. 4 M. J. Sapp the voters In the Democratlonrlmary. For School' Hoard. Diet. 3 ated.
: For Supt. of Public InstructionE. Drew H. Dukes May 7. If elected I _pr.o-I I hereby announce myself a candidate RALPH AtV,
: T. C. Chostala R. Poppell miMe to'carry out the duties of the''I for School Board member

R. S. Wiasdln BROOKER SCHOOL To 'the Voters of the Eighth Judicial office to the heat of my ability. from District Two subject to the For RenreRrnimi.,
A. J. Griffls Circuit: I am a candidate for Your vote and support will be will of the voters In the Democratic I wish to ,
Public announci
For Member of Board of S W. E. Middleton THURSDAY NIGHT Circuit Judge of the Eighth JudIcial greatly appi'eclated. I primary of May 7. If you be candidate for re that
Instruction DIMrlrt No. 2 8:00 O'CLOCKFor Circuit to succeed Judge A. Z.Adkln. Respectfully I want your school affairs kept out your Representative timid\;
G. E. McGauley .. I shall appreciate your O. C. CASON. : of politics and run In a sound, .. Legislature subject I li In, tilt
W. P. Smith. For County Commissioner Supt. of Public vote and support. I economical business-like manner! ocratlo Primary In May. the

: S. E. Sparks District No. 5 G. E. McGauley IIEN11Y L. C1RAY For County o..t..lo..r-Ul.t.; 8 I respectfully solicit your vote ana I am. asking the pvnpir rfi'

For Supervisor RegistrationMr Gainesville Florida I am qualified and announce myself -I support. ford county to continue you]
T. D. DyalM. E. R. Poppell a candidate for the office of' W. P. SMITH. fldence In me by re-rlpntiru

Alice Anderson O. Harrell A. J. Grlffis County Commissioner from District I your Representative. My ,,
Jamea F. Hoillngaworth Public Interaction W. E. Middleton For Circuit Juditr I. subject to the will of the voters -; For School Board-Dlat. I lence of active service In thth
Board of '
7th I of
on election day. May I hereby announce my candidacyfor Representatives first u ttj
.1. F. Kickllter District No. S For County EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: Your vote and support will be appreciated member of School Board front clerk and as a member i
JudgeA. I am a, candidate for nomination will aid me In a qualifies ma to render
: For Circuit O. C. KellyE. District No. S and District No. 1, Lawt.y. subject to for i
for reappointment as Judge of the humane cause-that of helping the will of the voters in the primary greater and more complete>.
Z. Adklng J. Lewis M. O. HarrellT. Eighth Judicial Circuit. If I am underprivileged children of Brad- election of May 7. If electedI I am 100 percent. tori

Henry L. Gray Frank T. AbernathyFor D. Dyal nominated and reappointed I will ford County. will woik for the best Interest range.I .
nave the tax payer. $27BOO.00 Ileupectfully, of all schools In the county. Your will continue to spun ..
D. E. Knight Supervisor of Itejflstralion, For Hoard of Public I will appreciate your vote and J. H. FIELDS. vote and support will be appreciated. -I I cultural Legislation for ihi

; For State Senate Mrs. Alice Anderson District No. S i support. ADKINS.For fits of the farmer.
A. Z. will
Drew H. Dukes ContnmlswIouerDIst.. S Respectfully, I continue my fight to
James F. HollingsworthJ. Frank T. Abernathy For County interest rates of finance
can J. S. (BUDDY) NORMAN. com*
myself a
I hereby announce
Ernest Hewitt O. C. I will continue to vote i IK
F. Kickllter Kelly.E. Commissionerfrom -
Clerk .f the Circuit Court didate for County I I decrease of taxes.
Hal Y. MalnegM" For Representative State Legislature J. Lewis To the people of Bradford County: District Three (South Starke In) For School Hoard-UUt. 1 I I am for Increased penilti

i J. Sapp For Supervisor of Sincerely trusting that I may be subject to action of the of voters May 7, I hereby announce my candidacyfor the aged, widows and dtp
permitted to continue to nerve you the Democratic Primary Member of The1<'1,01 Board children.
For Congress Mrs. Alice Anderson 1940. I am In favor of better roads from District to the will ,
Geo. H. Inman as your Clerk of the Circuit Court. I. subject I will sponsor and work I I"
L J. G. Carey James F. HollingsworthJ. i announce my candidacy for this for our county, and If elected will of the Voters In the primary election passage of legislation to "_
R. B. Alvarez county l PI t
office subject to the next Democratic work for the good of our I orfay 7. I promise. If medicines' to the Stat Bui
; R. A. (Lex) Green For County Judge F. Kickllter Primary. I appreciate the kind- at all times. elected to bilng to the Hdmlnl"tra.1 Health for the use of the pol
Charley K. JohnsIIEILBItON 1<:. K. Perryman For Representative State flees. and confidence ahown me by .1. I,. WYNN. lion of the MI'hoot .. our needy. f
all of our people and In return I I. county the respect and confidenceof I am for better td. I 11coitnly.
SPRINGS SCHOOL I Don L. Hoover latureR. have rendered and for no long: a. For CouMtr ('omml..lon.-I..t. A all concerned patrons, pupils and L

IIOUSK. FRIDAY NIGHT, For Clerk Circuit CourtA. B. Alvarez I hold office will continue to 1 wish to announce my candidacy teachers In a business like man. I am for the $5 00 inn 1 U,|
render, every service and courtesy for County Commissioner U"'". 1 will appreciate your vote. I will support the 8thoo,
APRIL 19, 8:00 O'CLOCK J. Thomas Geo. H. Inman In my 'power. Your assistance will from District Three (South Starke),' 1C. A. 11ISHOP. teachers.I .

8:00 O'CLOCK For Circuit Judge For County .Judge be. appreciated. "iMect to the will of the voters feel that I am well\ aeq
A. J. THOMAS. In the Democratic Primary of May I For School Hoard-UUt. 1 with the wishes and de.ir.. _
For County Judge A. Z. Adklns Don L. HooverE. 7. If .elected I will at all times I hereby announce my candidacy people of Bradford ..county.

Henry L. GrayD. K. Ferryman guard the Interest of the County I for re-election as School Board unselfishly protect your !>'
.c E. K. Ferryman For Clerk Circuit Kor Conntr Tax CollectorI us though they were my personal. !' member from District One, Lawtey, upon the floor of the HOUK!
: Don: L. Hoover E. Knight hereby announce my candidacyto bUHlnesH... Your vote and support In the Democratic primary electionof I assure you that I will n,|
For Clerk Circuit CourtA. For State SenateM. A. J. Thomas succeed myself as Tax Collector will be highly appreciated. I IIt. May 7. My only promise Is that to the dictates of a few cor
"For'Sheriff of Bradford County, subject to the Sincerely, E\IORr-ST.1!II will continue to work for the best Interests who attempt to
J. Thomas J. Sapp Democratic primary to be held May F. (BOB) I> Interest of AL.T. the schools In our Douse and profiteer at the "i
For Sheriff Drew H. Dukes A. O. AndreuM. 7th., 11140. I have tried to render ---- I S of the taxpayer. .
L. Johns you faithful horrent and efficient .omn.I..lo..r-UI. 1 I COUnty'J.. II. MOORE. If you as a voter feel litexperience
M. L. Johns Ernest Hewitt service as your Tax Collector I r'or County will I be of vif
Hal Y. Maines For Tax Assessor earnestly solicit your support andIf 1 hereby announce my District Bradford County In a Lril
O. Andreu Commissioner of -?
A. for County For School. Superintendent
elected again. 1 shall continueto County rapacity your vote and out I
For Tax Assessor For CongressJ. K. W. HayesL. render you the came service a. One comprising I.awtey and I I hereby announce my candidacy support will be greatly apprrl
O. Hazen Vicinity, subject to the Democratic for the office of Superintendent of ,
G. Carey I have in the past I GEORGE H. I L1 \
L. O. Hazen In If elected
f1. Primaries May. Public Instruction of Bradford
C. A. -
; E. W. Hayes It. A. (Lex) Green For Tax Collector promise honest and faithful attention County subject to the will of the BUS SCHEDULE:

For Tax Collector Charley E. Johns Carl A. Knight TIlE "O'l'-F;;;: BIl.tDFORDCOUJVTYl The vote to the and duties support of of the the office.cltlens Democratic on electors May 7, 1940.In the If primaryelection electedto Northbound

- N. t>. Walnwright, Jr. HOUSE N. D. Walnwright, Jr. [ of the district are respectfully this Important office I pledge to Leaves Starve at 2:20: I
HAMPTON SCHOOL For Circuit JudgeA. the people of this; county a safe,
_ Carl A. Knight I HEUEUY announce my candidacy .ollclted.T. T. BtACKBORN.Kor 12:30 m. 1:43: t\\
; FRIDAY NIGHT. 'APRIL Z. Adklns for Tax Collector of Brad- sane. and sound administration of I p. p. m
K For Supt. of Public Instruction... 26, 8:00 O'CLOCKFor ford County. I have never held the duties Involved. Your vote ana m., and 10:10: p. m.
|,l W. E. Mlddleton Henry L. Gray any office within the gift of the County .n.ml..loa.-DI.t. 1 active support will be, greatly ap SouthboundLeaves
Tax Assessor D. E. Knight V'I people of this County before. Itelected Believing that my record a. your preciated.
G. II:. :McGauleyE. I will give you efficient,' County Commissioner for my first DR. w: E MIDmETON.For \ ; I Starke at 2:40: ll

R. Poppell K. W. HayesL. For State Senate courtenuH. and faithful service In' term entitles me to a second term, 10:20 a. m., 2:20 p. m. am|
O. Hazen Hal Y. MainesM. this office. I I hereby announce myself as a Candidate County Superintendent
; A. .1. Grlttis Slnrerely I for re-election as Countyt'unmnlsstoner p. m.
For Tax CollectorCarl J. After moving back home my
For County Commissioner Sapp rD.. WAINWRiailT. JR.' for District Number many friends throughout the county Westbound

: District No. 1 A. KnightN. Drew H. Dukes One. Your support will be ap- have persuaded m.. to run for Superintendent Leaves Starke at 5.35: |
of Public Instructionfor r
D. Jr. Hewitt PreClated'P.
Wainwright, Ernest
T. T. Blackburn For ('onn.,. TNT Assessor D. REDDISH. Bradford County. I hereby announce and 11:30: a. in.
P. D. Reddish For Sup of Public Instruction For Congress I hereby announce my candidacy nay candidacy for the officeof Eastbound

A. J. Griffis J. G. Carey for re-election to the office of For County 'o..I..lo..er-Ol.t.. Superintendent of Public Instruction -
J. M. Rosier Assessor of Taxes. At the request of of my for Bradford County subject Leaves Starke at 5:20: p.
For County Commissioner W. E. Middleton R. A. (Lex) Green With my experience", and the results friends, I hereby announce many my can to the primaries In May 1940. Ticket office and bus dlConway's
G. E. McGauley Charley E. Johns In the way of tax reduction didacy for County Commissioner of I promise If elected a fair honest,
I Uktrlrt No. 2 during my present administration district number one Lawtey. subject economical and businesslike administration Service Station, i

L. L. Conner IS. R. PoppellFor STARKE ATHLETIC .... I feel no hesitancy In asking for to the wilt of the Democratic I earnestly solicit your Highways 13 and 48.
County Commissioner the continued support of the voters.If voters of the district. I feel that vote and support
W. Mitch Edwards District No. 4 FRIDAY NIGHT MAY re-elected I promise four more my past experience well qualifies m. R. POPPELL.
For Hoard of Public Instruction 8:00 O'CLOCKFor years of courteous. and efficient me to perform the duties of this
T. C. Chastain office satisfactorily. Thanking you
Superintendent Public
District No. I"
I most sincerely for
R. S. Waadln County you for past and future support. I am Instruction j&t&jfiANDREW
your vote and support, I
'! 11. A. Bishop District No. 2 You am. Respectfully, I hereby announce as a candidate .
: J. H. MooreJ. For Hoard of Public I MM traction W. Mitch EdwardsL. respectfully E. W. HAYES. J. M. ROSIER.For for re-election In the Primaryto
District No. S be held May 7, 1940. I have
S. (Buddy) Norman
L. Conner Count? Commissioner-DUt. S served the people of Bradford
,. For Supervisor of Registration E. J. Lewrs For County Kor Count? '.'..", AMMemmrI I wish to announce that I am a County for the past. eleven. years
James F. HolllngaworthJ. \ Frank T. Abernathy take pleanure In announcing my candidate for the office of County and. have held the people, their
District No. 3 children and their Interest foremost
candidacy for the office of Tax Commissioner from District Five. Iearnestly
:(' F. Kickllter O. C. Kelly O. C CasonR. Assessor of Ilradford County. sub solicit the support of the In everything. I have tried

t Mrs. Alice Anderson For Supervisor. of RegistrationJames Jvct to the Democratic Primary. voters. always to give you the best schools
F. (Bob) Demorest 7. I 1\[. Q possible and If you will favor me
May solicit
honorably the
For Krpmtentatlve" State Legislature F. Holi Ings worth J. H. (Jack) FieldsR. and support of the people and vote If i-fARRELL.1 with this election I promise only

J, F. Kickllter L. Lee elected I promise a fair. Impartialand Kor County (...... .. .. .. one thing and of that schools Is continued and better Improvement -
economical a II m I nistratlon.t4lncei'ely I wish to .' ... candidacy
ann. "
Geo. If. human Mrs. Alice AndersonFor J. L. Wynn my i, advantages for your children. I ,

R. II. Alvarez Representative State legislature For Hoard of Public Inst LUCIAN yours O. IIAZKX.For for re-election from IMntrlct as County 5, Brooker Commissioner and I am your at all servant times.and Thanking at your service you C.rc ;

: For State Senate DUtriet No. 1 Now RI\, er.. I feel that my pa.texp"rl.c. for your vote and support May 7, I
makes me more capable 1840 1 am for
-- better ,
yours schools.A.
Ernest Hewitt R. B. Alvarez J. S. (Buddy) Norman Sheriff llrailford County nt handling; the office than before J. QRIFFIS. .
Hal Y. Maines Geo. H. Inman H. A. BishopJ. To the voters of Bradford County: mid If re-elected I promise to give -
I hereby announce myself a candidate you the best service that I can possibly '
M. J. SappDrew For County judge H. Moore- for re-election to the office of render. Thanking you all For ('..un., !School' Superintendent .
II. Dukes For Itmtrd of Public ". Sheriff and If nominated and re. I for your past and future support' I hereby. announce my candidacy
Don L. HooverE. dacted I promise to continue my Yours respectfully. for the office of Superintendent, of
For Congress K. Ferryman IXslrlct No. 2 efforts to give a .clean progressive, T. D. DYAL. Public Instruction for Bradford
It. A. (Lex) Green S. E. Sparks honest Impartial, find fearless ad- : County. If .elected I promise an U.S.SENATODEMOCRATIC
For Clerk Circuit CourtA. mlnldti atloii and enforcement of the 'honest faithful, and economical.
Charley K. Johns J. Thomas W. P. Smith law. I earnestly solicit your sup For County Commissioner-Ulst. :3 administration of this office Ml
S I wish to that I PRIMARY MAY
J. G. Carey For Supervisor of (' ... port. announce Board1if am a I earnestly. solicit your vote and
For SheriffA I A. O. AND11EU. candidate for member of the support Itenpect fully,
For Circuit Judge O. Andreu James F. Hollingsworth ( County Commissioners from District U. J::. MiOAULKY.
Henry L, Gray Two. subject to will of Democratic I Paid political advertlsey
J. F. Kickltter
M. L. Johns voters of Bradford County. I
I). 1':. Knight For State !Semite Alice (Mis. bam) I wIsh to announce For !Sheriff candidacy If elected I will strive to render For !State enn my
; A. Z. AdklnsGRAHAM S for a fair and impartial service. As tol 'rn the th'mo'alle Voters of
For sheriff of Bradford
Representative !State! County subject Union
Drew H. Dukes to the Democratic to my ability, I offer my record as and Bradford Counties: \ /
SS. hit primary councilman. of the of I hereby announce for the
SCHOOL hOUSES Ernest Hewitt ore I be held May 7, 1940. If elected I City Htarke. office
of /
W. M. (MITCH oItate'I"natol', subject to I0
) the
Ceo. H. Inman.R. will discharge the duties
of the of-
APRIL 23, 8:00: O'CLOCKFor Hal Y. MainesM. tire to the best of my knowledgeand EDWAIIDS.1 I t primaries of May 1940. If elected
B. Alvarez shall work for
an Increase
In old
Clerk Circuit Court J.
Sapp ability and I earnestly solicit Kor C'ounty ('omml..I..n.r-UI.C. :3All age assistance. for
the .
A. J. Thomas For Congress For County Judge the vote and support of all the the request of a few of my I uilppled' and for orphans. I will and' E-S
voters of Ilradford County. Your. friends I attain offer myself
For Sheriff R. A, (Lex) Green K. K. Perryman respectfully. candidate for County Commissioner a cooperate with you people and

: A. 0.. Andreu Charley K. Johns Don L. Hoover if. I. JOHN'S.Far from District Two, pledging you iruard Your vote your and Interest support at all will time bel.
that I will give the best service.
For Clerk Circuit highly appreciated.
.5 M. L. Johns J, G. Carey that I can possibly render. ThankIng -

S For Tax AssessorE. For Circuit Judge A. J. Thomas !iiil..'rl.or of llrsl.lr.tloa you for past. and future support /Sincerely: DREW yours II., DUKES.
For SheriffM. I am a candidate for the office I am.
W. Hayes Henry L. Gray -
of Supervisor of Registration of Respectfully
L. O. Hazen I). E. KnightA. L. Johns Bradford County Florida subject to L. L. CONNER. **.... .(..). Senator 1

For T.Oll..etor: Z. Adkins A. O. Aodreu I the Democratic Primary, and respectfully To voters of Bradford and Union
: I take this
solicit your vote and method of
For ( .. announcing
Carl A. KnightN. For Tax Assessor IIU pport. 0" .I..lon.r-nl.C. 4 myself as a candidate fori

D. Wainwright, Jr. LAWTEY SCHOOL HOUSE, L. O. Hazen JAMES F. HOM.IXGSWORTH. for hereby the office announce of County my candidacy Commissioner .Senatorial State Senator for the Fifteenth'

S For Supt. of Public Instruction TUESDAY NIGHT, APRIL SO, E. W. Hayes District Number Four comprising .Misting of District Bradford of Florida and Union con-

8:00 O'CLOCKFor For Tax CollectorN. For the voting precincts of Counties, and I
I G. K McGauley Snp.ri..r IlrKl trs.tlon ilraham, Hampton and Theressa. earnestly solict the
TIn Collector D. WainwrlRht Jr. I wish to announce my candidacy If elected I promise support and vote of all Democratic
an honest,
E. R. I'oppell for the office of Supervisor of faithful and voters. Yours respectfully. ,
A. .1. GriffIn N. D. Wainwright Jr. Curl A. Knight Registration of Bradford County of said economical office. administration M J. SAPP. 1iq

W. E. Mlddleton Carl A. Knight For Supt. of Public I the subject Democratic to the will Primary of the of voters In 7 The vote and support of all th44k
Dmi.crattc For
'or of Public Instruction. \ E. R. PoppellA. 1940 I voters are earnestly Slate fcenntor
,. For County: Commissioner Supt. feel that I am capable ofmrrylns solicited I am announcing for State Sen-
Dlntrlct. No. 4 W. E. Middleton J. Gririls and; out the duties of this office T. C. CHASTAIN. ator fur Ftradford and Union coun.
promise to serve the people ties
? R. S. Waadln G. 1<:. McCauley W. E. Middleton to the best of mv ability. Your Primaries.subject to May Democratic I

T. C. Chaataln E. R. Poppell G. E. McGauley appreciated.vote and support will be sincerely Fee I hereby County announce.I..lo..r-III.t.myself 4 I favor aid to farming business, !
a can.
For Itoartl of Public Instruction A. J. Griffin Fur !Mule senateM. J. F. Kickllter. didate for re-election as County ..tries naval; stores cheaper and livestock indus

nintrlct No. 3 For County (.mmh..lonf'r J. Sapp Commissioner. from District number money for auto tags; more '
5;. --.- four coiiiprlHlng the aged blind widows and Invite visitors U I
District No. 1 Drew H. Dukes voting precincts orphans; good schools and
Frank T. Abernathy of roads ,
For Orahwm. Hampton ;
m *r lMor uf lleKltrall I and living wages for : -t
; O. C. Kelly P. D. ReddishJ. Ernest Hewitt To The otrs of Ilradford t'ountv Theressa.) If re-elected I promise drivers and teachers. laborers, bus their Florid:J Y2

1'':. J. Lewis M RosierT. Hal Y. Ma Ires oandutm-v I am formally fur Mupcrvlmir announcing of ICegln-my ability to do my Thanking duty' to you the for best pant of and my I,i Your vote Sincerely.KISNKST will he. appreciated Join ts!:! 'fourfi' !: Srf;L

EV>' For Sup >r\lHor of KojNrutlou T. Blackburn For Cong retMR. trutlon for Ftrndford ,'..untY sub.Jet future .UPI">I'I. 1 amRespectfully HEWITT.I Service Stay rrU'!!

;' J. P. Kickllter For Itoard of Public Instruction A. (Lex) Green to the will of the voters of .I -
5 thIn county on Mny, 7th l'JH, It. S. WASDIN.I'or ': Get t fr:!
: Mrs. Alice Anderson District No. L Charley Jo-:. JohnsJ. I realize"' that 1 am the first. I For Stnl Senntiir cam agn.

James K. IIolllnKsworth J. H. MooreJ. G. Carey! woman to seek n public office In lIchenS Hoard_Olwf 3 ,: ford I am and asking the voters of Brad taticn ninJ5ie2!:! stat '
this Counties
county. However I am sure I herebv to nomi
For lt,>rl'.Itntalhp :stale I>rxlflalute S. ( Buddy) Norman For Circuit Judge I am fully rapuble, of handling the J[I for announce re-election myself from a School candidate nate me In the coming" primary our office.PAGE" .

H. A Bishop Henry L. Grayn. (ttitles vonnefted with this ..tfl..*. I I Hoard District No. 3 subject to the I I th"lroI..nMor.. I will nppreclate I .
I have lived In this county IS action' of 'I your support and vote If elected
voters at the !
AlvniezGeo. For of E. Primary I I
R. n. Supervisor Registration Knight promise
years and have supported the May 7, l.40. If elected I !' to work for a liberal! ,
II. Inman J. F. KickllterUrn. A. Z. Adklns Democratic party" 100 percent and I I .. continue a fair conscientious proml.e't. and I II i pension.... for the old. the blind the I I

S- For 'ounty Ju.lp;, Alice Anderson (PaId For by Democratic support will appreciate your offer.Sincerely.vote. and any I equitable administration of this of S pendent Ipnled. nnd children the mother and with de-
you may I flee to the best of will en I Co.--
Ion L. Hoover James F. Hollingaworth tive Committee Bradford Respectfully my ability.. 1 I deavor to eliminate the red tape
ALICE (MILS. :1.\)1) ANr: \KH.:O.N< E. J. LEWIS I now required to qualify for this
I Pension. I will work for better I

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STAFF___ __ Jean DavIe School Enjoyed Mammy SezKid Class Prophecy HIGHLIGHTS .j. r '

III.Chlef,.ln- 1" _._ Oayl. Stlw.1I! Donkey Baseball I FLORIDA .j 1:
d _____ L. H. Harper andl'KaSk day. Kid day. Kid day! Read MondaySeniors' ,

and J.rancln.I Robinson Fisher Thursday NightMany (and notice dat I spelled de Kid I "Future" i : ..:

Kstelle Austin Student with a capital letter.) More fun! Read In "Kid .
I"b PJummer
pbY Elisabeth Clara Mae HarUyEDITORIAL Pearce Attended Hilarious Margaret an L. C. were voted de Day" Assembly rlVENTf', VERBS'e' i \, 1 1FDR

'pl1UL: Iii. Margaret Town Giun cutest From all sources Mammy On April 17th 1955 Mr. Everett R fOG'.A jS' : : :>;t
: end, Loul.. Stern, Alto hears dat de love bug has bit die McKinney President 0 f the S I

.uwn JacK Hails. Arch.. Thomas Last Thursday night something couple-and I'm askln you! Dere United States, sat Idly In( his armchair F D/ +Nr1 : :: ; J
L. funnier than usual, out-of- e"r .
way ?
were lots ob good pictures taken, In his home at Washing 'R. o i r,
the-ordinary, and very significant and more food! oh! Lots ob de ton. fj

was taking place In Starke' ath- girls wore dere hair In pigtails As the afternoon approached, :.' \:
letic field. Bradford Park: manyof -. looked plenty cute. I think '\ '
Mr. McKinney was interrupted by "4:1
OUR the town's leading businessmen everybody had a camera. his butler stating that Mr. Ralph Jttf*f i / *r I : : iJ : ; ; i

lIltle! as most of the stu- and two high school seniors Seen 'bout de campus: Dot :, Rhodes Vice-president had ar t. ;

seem to think about it, we were letting their hair down in I Green-mInus make-up 'Says she rived. Mr. Rhodes was presentedand .. ,' '"' I''

etty lucky in having the a base-ball. game played 0 n i was trying to prove to Joe Allen his first question was "Mr 4 4I "' ij ,

a faculty we have. OurL donkeys.All dat her "oomph' was natural. President have you received one ;"

are not too strict they the animals had their I A nice long week-end from of these bulletins published by the '.,'1. .1 II III.

i make our school seem liken "good" points: if they weren't school! 'Think all de students World's FalrT" Mr. McKlnney 'I. ,/ '.\' !
house of (labor. Neither low, they were first-class buck- celebrated. took the paper and before him ,I' ,, ?<. : I

uy too easy; tallow certainly ing broncos. Players dodged Three popular hi school girls were these words. "Bradford High I + ;\ c' ji": ;':

i us to make a play- heels and rumps chased shy were seen riding down University School Seniors of 1940 are the i > t't1;1"I

| out of school. On theI donkeys round and round in cir Avenue In Gainesburg last Wednesday 'most outstanding people of 19- ;.Irt .I-" 1
think our faculty Is c- cles; fell off time and time afternoon. 55." Mr. McKlnney wasn't at all 1.\ .! ,' .1' I
Exceptional both inHubie again. surprised for he knew the class t I .d .;'"\ I

al. to understand the stu- But the hit of the show was From all appearances Karl, i was an excellent one and each .,. ; ,:'. 'IA
Virginia J. C., and Elsa Bell ""
being: able toIt pupil was' striving for a higher ,I
I as well as the baby of the bunch, which really had a good lima Monday.Vlrglnla.'s : 1:
in the proper way. RODE Instead of y ,
them being ridden.
I :
( nose Is naturally goal.The ) :1 II
Jourse there are times when Mr K. G. Duncan, and Mr. bread- burned!) two prosperous young men .y I
Lents get peeved with theirs man Carden had the pleasure of exchanged glances nnd read fur ; } I
occasions the Nina wuz in de big city of .. ( :: -
On these carrying piggy-back style the ther. ... .

Jt !fa always positive that be little fella through a home-run. did Jacksonville buy \some Monday cute shoes.She(Your shoo These are the Jobs they found e W? t ., .l 'I,; :': .'

acher cannot possibly All during the game, the little each citizen occupying: .
permit please, Nina). : ,b'\l
become very .Jlf f"
The students donkey wandered about the fieldor I You may tune in on your radio :r .. I :
i: .:, :., ..._ "
teacher re- A little bird told dat I ""
their stood around the Mammy .. '
because pitcher or a I I each Saturday night and hear the .. '1i 1'i
[them to outline a chapterory base man wondering what it was '"Judy" McRae feels slighted Austin sisters, Helen and Kstelle. "II/ILJIAm R OUYA:;:: 2Ne: G: ERNORL.o ) :'"
; but if these student all about. I cause he alnt never been men Juanita Barefoot (better knownas 'It ,
Imlc back, they will remem- tloned in dls column. Well Judy FJOeIO? II/HLNJ/XTENYfWRIO/ I {i;;
One of the .high school J B.) has become popular I '
y they are having to outlie Emmett Ferryman, had seniors his i I I assure you dat de reason you movie star. The pictures "J. D." .,' ...... lugs OfQ.F; Eu By1g4 fgTJYER TO 6ETArrrlt j'. p.. ;fu 1

chapter. It's the old chance at the wholesome experi- ain't been mentioned In dls column plays in aie directed by Dilly ,wr,. ,{ OI9 FO.e 7N.E FI: !/ RJlT 4Ir# Jh i +I". }fyt:'

fcry; they didn't study. How ence of not being able to get on before Is dat Mammy jestcouldn't Jackson. OGrd/DE 6WAN6E: I/N/K.P IQD lri/nYCy/rIFHA 6oao&7 V4f. .1 ;''k; ,

[easier it would have beene a donkey's back: That is, he followed find enough nice thingsto Jo Ella Barry has the pleasureof II/IIU 4EG9AE ANEM/N6NJ'Ah'/YEB AND QawaeEs w 7za wjyxpeSIATze J ; ';

students to have spent the donkey all over the say about you-and I must teaching Spanish la B. H. S. HoE REluRNED N7VIS' n G/MR MUf.4': ON K/S'0/1'91'J'H4'17KS PA/U), I tl
admit that
i hour or so studying their field in futile attempt to mount you leally are swell. What a pleasure this must be! N D mE#oarG $ Df6 Sfi'
.toi "It' }
out- You-all know how much MJ'J'NMr"r9 t
hours Mary
instead of two the worthy steed. Ralph Rhodes, An outstanding teacher I nWoman's Pl9GE0 rDW 719E ..f'MD 'fi'
Graves talks all de time-well- H 6. 'XFAt1Q'Q14N J2E c7NEJ .:j
lit!! the other, has always been usedto College In Tallahassee Is l
teacher de other day somebody asked her /.IJ6 YOU RNr I1 N.e. I4,7ANcr2EfP TH4 mmm 'IJd.e :,:, \., f;
betimes wbela. the meanest of horses, refused Arsula Crosby. /:1f
If she could carry on even If she GErN6T,4; .oUYA'.t.UNS' 6PI'UW7JFQ 6il"'aNO 6f fXOCbA : lidi .
shock- I ,
teat it comes as a to be mastered by sir donkey. Orine Padgett s coaching (
wuz unconscious, and Mary replied H
t o some students Favorite trick of the basketball in Bradford High
rprlse for it. donkeys'was : "You just don't know me." School. Seniors Had dress and sported pigtails; and L. .\\k ',,
e totally unprepared : to lower their heads and Elementary EchoesFIFTH d Yer
Dat ribbon Doris Harrison Smith who blossomed out farm-
wore, C. ,
I they g a around talking front legs, slide rldeia off head- Iva Mae Lewis is principal ofMussey's t:
I the teacher who springsn ] Thursday made her look l like 1 Business College, Jack GRADE Grand Time"Kid" -etyle and stole the boys' side', '#':
Fanny Brtce's twin. Variety Is of the show : ij;'
first.Bradford Fla I _
students without warn- sonville. The three fifth grades had an Day '
has seen some hilal'l.oua the of life! I:
iem of it beforehand. Incases spice John Crews baa become a sales Easter hunt Friday after After the seniors had displayed'themselves \ 1
occasions, but few to com- of students at de egg
these students are Just gobs man for Duval Motor Co., In St.- noon. They had drinks cookies,, Twelfth Graders for about fifteen min r"1\\1
with last week's
pete super- Donkey Baseball Thursday niteHplph Hu\e of Fun i
toy '
because their teacher special baseball game. and Emmett played.Folks Petersburg Fla. eggs and crackers, and had a Lake utes they marched out Into the -1.f' i 1.I,;{(I a
jly did remind them of thelit Owen McRae is the wealthiestman prize egg-also a prize for the' At Klnicl y ',5' t ,>
nice fresh air and didn't
go .
dat Carolyn .. ,
they were so busy look- say for Duval Motor Co., In St.- who found the most eggs, i Last Monday morning around '\ I /i.
solution to them. Our teachersare street Is de Walter Winchell of and faster of travel- person back In 'til 300.: High school I 1)1);\1 {
foot prints on the -ceiling a new way We elected new officials Mon CO seniors were being laughed at.
"Malndrag" I Mammywill students inside were seeing a 'f/Jf ::
lng to their neighbor tell very patient about listeningto guess day They will stay in office'. Reason: they looked silly kid- 1 \ : .
have be de Winchell of Ing.Loral those outside
to moving picture -
est Confucius Joke they our troubles and trying to helpus Bennett is secretary for ; until end of school. They ate: dish and were acting worse. At ; '
B. H S'I! 'I. saw a vision of Klngaley Lake, .j 4 r 1';'
but it would be much easier
L. H.
|hear him or her. Remem- Congressman > Harper President- Leslie Bradley 8:30 assembly was turned over to ,"
are not the only student for them if we begin trying to Hold tight Clara Mae Eunice Is now the Vlce-Presldent-Mabyl Leach, those "mental retreats," and up- and H good view of plenty more "' i!' f p Ip",
Mammy. like themselves! And by 9:15: : the j ; \
(acher has to teach. She solve some of our problems our- world's champion swimmer. Secretary-Helen Johnson on the rest of the high school .I I"" ,Its
vision was a reality. the fun In ( It
13; dozens of students eacho selves. Let's show our appreciation Evelyn Godwin has settled down Reporter-Lucille Alvarez. they poured their temporarily :; "
pour out their troubles of the faculty by doing all Typewriter ribbons of all kinds and what a fine wife she Is. Miss Smith teacher, babyish spirits. full awing. Lunch-time r"= r I J"

[ and. expect her to find a we can to make their task easier. for sine at the Telegraph office. Juanlta McGauley Is known as Leslie Bradley reporter,, OI..ItHIKelley read the clam But pInt of the real fun came '' t t. {,'is),.:'
Mr. and at lunch time when the "kids" 'I.: J<'iiZ: )
Mrs. Charles Hardee. Jr. SIXTH GRADE prophecy and as each name was '
Mrs. Harden are In business with This week we studied about the mentioned its owner stumbled up sat down to chicken and rice, potato e "Ji!',

the World's Fair English colonization: in the New' the steps! to the stage there to be salad dill pickles, punch \! +;: ::1

Jitterbugs Thrive Bonnie Mott is an operator of World, and teamed many Interesting viewed In all bin for( her!) solemn cake, sandwiches etc. i "lu:

a beauty parlor. things about the 1'llgilma lIiIIln .8. Seniors spent the day bowling if ,' ,
Warmer WeatherShades Irene Markham Is working for and Puritans. All the "kids" were cute, but swimming, rowing bouts, riding ;
Bell Telephone Co. which Is the This grade has been studying extru-ao were Margin 1'earco, around In autos, and generally ( :, .'

d largest telephone company In the about birds also; the pupils have who Wile dressed In a darling blue Indulging In goal I times 'Jt :4 k
of Donald Budge! Wonder how the champ woild. I given individual reports '

would react if he could see the use to which the Jean Ditvlti is editor of the Miss Kennedy teacher Election of Woman PresidentFar :
these I Florida Times-Union. I j "t.
Coca\ \ tennis courts are being occasionally put :
Marlse Is doing secretarial -
)% '4 y warm spring afternoons? Instead of the dull thud work for Milo Sponholtz. Commencement exercises will Distant Says Mrs. F.D.R. ""l'l t.s' ;"

'. v" v -of tennis racquet against tennis ball the raucous Mr. Sponholtz Is a well known i be held on Friday, April 10, at "J I ,.

.. ,. business man 8 00 m. ". y.
p x rrhy p. ,
{ frequentlyheard it
,. r music of the latest swing records are Karl Edwards and James Johns Due to the fact that the audit., .c AN .a woman be President of the United States? Emphatically .. ''t ,\

through the facilities or Robert Jackson's"p are Btlll sticking together as foot- orium cannot accommodate students Cj no, says Mrs Franklin D. Roosevelt! in her article "Women in :

a." system Tennis Is good exercise, but even ball players. and visitors for this occasion Politics" appearing in the April issue of Good Housekeeping: Maga : t

It could! not be much more strenuous I Lucian Conner has won the the faculty Is planning to zinc It will be a long time before any such eventuality will even become ,' .1 p,
1 at its best iendxhlp, and love of the people hold the program out on the ath- the first I "
to lady.
k( -' ; than the gyrations of local jitterbugs In these by being the bent Representativethat letic field under flood lights a possibility ;; (
e'4 ; served Florida. "As things stand today even if an emotional wave swept a woman :. r Jl.J; :

; Nryd "{ matinee jam sessions. Ifa a gay an.l festive Most' has of ever our today is weather permitting. into this office her election wouldbe 'f N
scenery ,(
along the highway valueless, as she could never: i ih
frequently stop '
and tourists ,
scene the work of the famous artist enough to :
cess has been marvelous hold her following long ,
', w "? 'x+! to watch the high-jlnks. Hugh Ingram. L. M. Guinea tell jokes every put over her program,' she tayi. !i!"; "

h t Nettle Dowling Is back In Brad night over the radio. L. M has Mrs. Roosevelt f els that women .' )'1 ,

bias ford High teaching English. stuck faithfully to his job. have a long( way to go in other fields.a ',;;;" '/'
J '. Dorothy Crosby is lttlngpretty" well. Admitting the unfairnessof /-1;
.t. as Dean In the largest Tracy Baker and Emmett Rave such a condition, nevertheless, '. ,;"
.2E_ hospital In the world. Head succeeded in their music for they I she points out that In many cases
of the to hold certain type job L1a
Marian are the managers largest a woman a ,
In this hospital are
orchestra In the wOI'ld.Myrtice must do that job better than any ,
Dowling and Odessa Kelley, The man would have to do it. That wages/ I /.'
hospital is owned by these three Crosby Is known and salaries are usually lower for .

famous girls. throughout the world for her a woman than for a man for comparable :
r -. x Leland Sponholtz. with dignity Poetry. work she says, may In part J

--- lx.n and pride, is prol/rpa/: in': splendidly Helen Dowling Is teaching dietetics be attributed to situation the women and because .If f
they accept the accept:
n as professor at Stetson Uni in Andrew Jackson High $ ,.
versity. School the Thorough lower wages.awareness: of political 1 a : le lr ly l

r Clara Mae Harley holds the Dr. Arch Thomas, Jr., has, struck the '"
has not as yet +
power ,'
I ,'
world's championship title a s established his own hospital and majority of women Mrs. Roosevelt ( i

tennis player. Is a very fine doctor. goes on to say. However the threat
rl 4l Ernest Edwards is serving his Rev. L. C. Smith Is as fine a of something serious happening to Ii. 1 "
seventh month as Governor of preacher as can be found. homes and to children's lives may /;
/finally arouse women to form a 1'
Edwards has Willie Maude Loper in employedIn '
Florida. Governor 1'
Roosevelt :
solid front of political and economic Mrs Franklin D. .
Jacksonville as a stenographer)
reached the goal for which he has protest.
long worked. for Scars, Robuck and Company, their homes,then they will use what. i'
q -' i4 1 i Frankle Gay Is a splendid home Mable Johnson has a specialc Such a threat may eventually Such leadto ever weapons lie at hand. J If..: ,'.
r a campaign( against war. In this shouldbe ,
"I think we country
Florida -
i .lumn In the
) maker. a drive,she feels will most probably prepared for something of this .::1
The people In the west! agree titled "Manners. come from the women of the United kind. That is why 1 laid that w. I. .
:4 :iX 4.! that Edwin Shepherd Is a first Alice Peterson In secretary of States, since we are the last great must become more conscious of ourselves ,f!
class cow-boy, and does he know tferff-Jones Co. nation at peace in the world. She a. women and of the fore : '

? >" how to use that pistol! Doris Mae Strickland bolds the continues we might wield if we were ever to 'if'S ;. .

Many of the vegetables we eat title for being the World's best "It is obvious that American have a women's cause. Wa most b4 : ,.t'
from NelsonMoore's women cannot do this alone; battbrou..bout careful however, not to try to wield :
today are produced golf player. St John iv In Columbia the world this might' this fore for unimportant things.If '\ ;I
2,000 acre farm. Eleanore prove a unifying interest for women. w. do. U will split op for we art If'
Grace Dew has become a fam South Carolina teachingtap When they get to the point of feelIng l- aa ladivUtMJlaUe as men in everyday 'I ';
ous dancer and singer. dancing. Assisting EleanoreIs that meD'a domination la ruining affair.1 g : I I

Frank Robinson received the Jenelle Hutchings. : .

At top-Ferol) Jones and Tracy Baker execute a 1 reward for being Scout Master Estelle Mott has become hostess

popular "Jit" step. No. 1. for Eastern Air Lines She Is i BOREE FUNERAL HOME ,,(,
Claudia Hazen Is supervisor of noted for her high parachute J ;
Full line of CaakrU A Uadertelcer Supplies) j11 t ,.
the 4-II club In Bradford County jumps. AMBCLANCst SHRVIOK! "
back Sllcox Is manager of the Geraldine Hall Is Editor of Life >
Upper right-The school building looms in the Billy DAY AND NiailT .,
) what National Bank in Starke. Fla. Magazine. lit rilONK 1H. \; :
ground, wondering (figuratively, of course I modeling Willa Vida Kllllngsworth U operating .
r Vergle Gaakin s O. II. BENNETT. Mgr "'I > '
these youngsters will think of next! ., bathing suits in New York. i! her own dress shop. "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" r.1 .

Doris Crews teaches shorthand And last but not least la Elizabeth ; I .
Fla I I Plummer, who Is one of
In Miami
''" in a high school rwl ,e'd;l
Lower left-George Flynn Jr., Illustrates the ap- Dempsey Sapp is Superintendent Florida's United States Senators ,
I .
l>rmethod of "breaking." Mural Smith and r ,t of the Board of Public Instruction. 'I "Well. Mr. McKinney what do INSURE WITH ,\

Jones are the dancers being; broken on. you think of that?" asked Mr N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. ':, r
Margaret Pearce has wanderedt Rhodes Mr. McKinney replied : ,

r ,bAt Paris where she models that he wished every class grad- FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS .J '!

,Ight-Robert Jackson and' Ferol Jones caughtIn dresses. uating 11' o m Bradford High U. 'p

a moment of the "shag." Cleone Edmondson la in China School could be as successful as Phone 74 STARKE FLORIDA fiIJ', I
particularly doing Missionary work. Her sue- the Class of 1940! 1 (5 5"I

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Baptist Circles Have I I Woman's Club Is Scene ers were arranged In bowls and Sunday 'School Class.

Ii SOCIETY and CLUBS 'I vases in the large living room Has Easter
Good Meeting MondayCircle Of Colorful Tea where the guests were enter Party

_. -- -. ,_ m'__.-'- .-- -. -. ------------- -- -_. --- No. 1 of the Woman'sMissionary I The Starke Woman's Club tained. Mrs W B, Sewei'' .Wm

1\t Three Hostesses Steve Weldon Has Miss Dorothy Noegel Society of the Baptist I building was the scene Friday I Mrs. L. D. Green, leader of Class members of her Sunday &.
Circle 2 presided over the meet- at an Easter
Church met Monday afternoon at afternoon of a colorful tea given Party
Entertain U. D. C. MembersMrs. Birthday Weiner Roast Weds Mr. George UmsteadMr. the home of Mrs C. A. I by the Intermediate Departmentof I Ing, which was opened by group at her home on Walnut Stl'eo

and Mrs. W. H Noegel of I Mrs L. G. Powell KntgM'1 the Epworth League to help singing of "Safely Through An- Vases holding arrange!
L thirteen-year-old
E. K. Perryman, Mrs. Steve Weldon, Week." /
I other yellow
t A. %Rennolds, and Mrs. O. L. son of Mr and Mrs. S. A, Wel- Cross City announce the marri: scripture and Mra. G. W. Alder-, raise money this summer to send members to I Mrs. Olsen had charge of the the living poppies room, where were, pl ceo
of their daughter, Dorothy man led in camp the
hostesses Wednesday the honored guest last age prayer
! Haynes were joint don was devotional using as her topic, people gathered )h
: afternoon at the home of Wednesday afternoon when his May, to Mr. George Elbert Um- During the ,business meeting it The large auditorium was deco of the 13th chapter of After
the former on Madison Avenue mother entertained members of stead of Bunnell. was announced that $23 was received rated with floor baskets of dog.I 1st Corinthians, which deals with games the enjoying guests many, '

when they entertained the W T. his scout patrol and a few other The wedding ceremony was for the building fund. At wood and vases of varl-colored the greatest of all things, love. freshments of We Sens

Weeks Chapter, U D. C. friends at a weiner roast in celebration performed at the home of the this time plans were also made petunias. Mrs. L. C. Ray had charge of and punch. A sandwiches, mi,
of his birthday anniver- bride's brother-in-law and sister, for the banquet to be given for Greeting the guests at the door yellow and
:\ Quantities of wild azaleas and the and was assisted by cloth covered the
.. Mr and Mrs E. H. Davis, in the 12th. and presenting them to the receiving program table
other flowers were used men on April who some '
spring colored
Mrs. L. D. Vining, gave Easter wer.V'at
sary.The Gainesville, Friday night, March line was Mrs. Frank Robinson -
; in decorating the lower floor of guests played games out Nine towels were turned<:ht'tor; interesting details of the Tai Wha each end. Favors S*
22. of the department. were
the home for this meeting.Mrs. on the lawn until a late hour in the kitchen in the Church annex. sponsor Community in Korea.,*. The "In- late Easter eggs with .
The bride wore a suit of old Patsy Keen, president: Freddie -ach! *
< L. A. Davis, president, the afternoon. They then roasted leather During the social hour Mrs. dian Missions Work in Oklahoma name written on them "
rose with black patent ac- Wimberly, s e c etary; Marjorie
conducted the business meeting around big bon fire. "
weiners a informative article
Knight served delicious ice cream, an Those
of enjoying
cessories. Her corsage was Davis chairman of reception; this
At which time Miss Madge Mid- Following the weiner roast a strawberry shortcake and cookiesto taken from the World Outlook, affair were Oleeta delle!
pink asters Comer Perryman, representingthe Green
dJeton, secretary, transacted her large birthday cake, Iced In white the ten members) present\' was ably discussed by Mrs. I. P. .
The was performedby vice Mack Futch,. Keen Virginia Sewell
ceremony president;
" duties and Mrs. Perryman, treasurer and topped with thirteen candles, Shepherd and Mrs. W. H. Smith. Miss c
.t the Rev. T. V. McCall of the chairman of missions; Shirley Sewell. Lyle Anderson and
read the financial report. cut each guest. concludedwith S
was by
Mrs. J. H. Hundley entertained The program was Weldon.
First Baptist Church of Gainesville Colley, social service chairman;
Miss Olive Ray, registrar and Those Invited to enjoy the afternoon and a reception Immediately members of Circle No. 2 at her Garnlta Hutto, chairman of wor- the group singing "Savior

'. custodian of flags; Mrs. Perry- with Steve were: Lyie followed. home at the State Farm. Mrs. and Elsie Green publicity Like a Shepherd Lead Us," fol- Silver Tea
ship; ThursdayThe
,; ,:man: co-chairman of tho cemetery Anderson Leonard and Billy Charles Powell led the devotional, lowed with prayer by the president -
chairman stood in the receiving
Mr. and Mra. Umstead will ,
committee; and Mrs. O. L. Beas- Smith, Olin White, Jr., Bobbie reading from the 23rd Psalm. line. I Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. two circles of the Wee
'' make their home in Bunnell <
: ley, chairman of the proposed tea Blggt. John Anderson Leonard Mrs A. M. Darby, president, offered Rebecca and Billy 1 Knight and Mrs. Olsen Society of Christian Scrvlc
where Mr. Umstead is Simpson
,*\ in May, gave their reports. Peek, Edgar .Wilkinson, Mack employedby an Inspiring prayer. Smith held for the silver served their guests a deasert the Methodist Church will .
the Florida Power & traya
f;f Miss Amelia Ray, historian, reported Futch. Bryan and Roy Harrell, : LightCo. Mm. R. A Thomas told an interesting offering.The course during the social hour. silver tea Thursday afternS

that Supt L. F Chapman Joe> Monteith, Charles Knight, 3:30: o'clock at the
about the 23rd WOlDlln'lt
', Guests attending the weddingwere story following program was pre
of the State Farm, will be the .
Pitner Vandivlere, Johnnie Garner All legal blanks, promissorynotes Mrs. E.
building. L
Psalm and read an article in the Wliu'
: Mr and Mrs. W. H. Noegel, sented by Mra. E. L. Matthews:
speaker for Memorial Day, which Paul Canova, III, Elbert Commission about Catholicism. retain title notes, carriedIn Mrs A. Z. Adkins. and Mnj
"In An Old Dutch Garden L
Jr., Miss Maxine Noegel, Mrs.
''will be observed April 28. Earl Thornton?; and Jack Halle.Woman's stock the Bradford County will have
by Ray charge
Miss Amelia Ray, historian, Ethel Hough Mrs. Reba Boyd, Mrs. T B. Harding, personal vocal solo, Rebecca Simpson, accompanied of the .

I' lead: an Intensely Interesting all of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. service chairman, reported two at the piano by Mrs. Telegraph. gram.
Club Chorus
paper on Nashville, JTenn, for- Whitehurst, Wordell Umstead, cottage prayer meetings and told L. A. Canova. -

!' merly called Big Salt Lake. Miss Entertained By Airs. KnightMrs. Chester Rhoden and Woodrow of the benefit received from each. "Tramuerl," violin solo, Miss

q Ray brought out the fact that Roy, all of Gainesville. She stated that the work for Grace.Dew, accompanied by Mrs.E. IONA

I UJaahvllle': is near the home of D. E. Knight was hostess April Is for each member to win K Perryman.

V Andrew Jackson which Is known to the Starke Woman's Chorusat Auxiliary To ConveneThe one soul to Christ. The orphan "Starlight Waltz," piano solo, PLAIN OR SELF-RISING

n Hermitage. her home on Madison Street age chairman reported $3.75: on Seleta Sparks. r

'y The meeting was closed with during the regular weekly meeting Ladles' Auxiliary of the the box and the basket chairman "The Dragon," vocal solo, Jean

\", Mrs. E. L. Biggs leading the Tuesday afternoon. Azaleas Presbyterian Church will meet reported $7.80 on hand. The Dinkins, with duet accompaniment FLOUR

i group In singing several South- and other spring flowers were arranged Tuesday evening at 8:00: o'clockat building fund chairman reported by Madge Brownlee and

'. ern songs. in bowls and vases in the the home of Mrs. K. G. Dun- $21.75: which was Increased to Mrs. Canova. 5 Lb. 12 Lb. 54 u.

Following adjournment of' the large living'' room where the can. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf will $25 from the basket fund. "Little Sir Echo," accordlan Bag Bag liar

,' business meeting Mrs. Perryman, chorus held its usual practice, have charge of the devotion and Arrangement were also made I solo; Miss Jean Edwards, accom- 19c 41c

r* .Mrs. Rennolds,' and Mrs, Haynes following which the hostess served Mrs. H. H. Young will have for the Men's banquet and for the i panied by Miss Clara Mae Harley 77c

,.y served a delicious salad course and 'Ice course to the members charge of the program. Mrs. R. associational rally which will beheld I 48 Lb Bag ___ $1.47

t' with Ice tea and saltines, present Mrs. Knight was assisted F. Clark will conduct a lesson on April 19. It was announced: "Lilacs In The Rain," vocal

by Misses Evelyn Stump "Stewardship." that a meeting of the Jacksonville I solo, Miss Garnlta Hutto, accompanied -

Miss Patricia Padrick' and Jean Davis. division will be held in Lake: by Mrs. Canova.

W. C. U. Tap dance, Miss Patsy Roberts,
T. Meets I
TodayThe City on April :5.
Honored ,At Supper Mrs L. A. Canova, director of accompanied at the piano by JANE PARKER IONA

t the_ chorus was_._ bv_ the___ The meeting was closed with
presented Starke Woman's Christian Miss Harley. Cocoanut SpongeCAKE Red Ripe f Full PackTOMATOES
41, Miss Patricia ,padrick of .Jacksonville sentence prayers.Mrs. ,
hostess with a box of dainty Temperance Union will meet this "Confucius Say," vocal duet,
house guest 0 f Miss
last handkerchiefs in appreciation of afternoon (Friday) at the home Hundley served tempting Virginia Sewell ,,and Dorothy
Gayle Sewell was. of Mrs. Fred A. Scott, refreshments during the social Faxon, accompanied by Mrs. Can- 14 Oz. each 15c
q Friday night when Mrs. W. B. her untiring efforts for the advancement beginningat hour 2 No. 2 Cans 13c
three o'clock. Members ova.
Sewell entertained at a delightful -
of the Club
.t. and her "
urged to attend and all Christian "Marie, orchestral number,
) waffle supper. [,efficient services as director. ladies are welcomed. Circle No. 3 met at the homeof Mrs. E. M. Davis, Jack Haile and
.a. Quantities of yellow poppies Mrs. P. E. Canova, Sr., with Tracy Baker. ANN P.\GE-IOO Percent Pure Va Ib .Jar i n> JuI

'iwere lovely used informal in decorating affair. for this eleven members and' one visitor Following the program Wanda I HONEY ____________ 9c __ 1St
'f', Carolyn Callstreet present. Pearce and Barbara Keen invited
)l' Guests were seated at the long
The halls and living room of the guests into the sun room for

,t- dining table, which was covered this spacious home were made tea. The table, overlaid with a ANN PAGE-Delicious Pure Fruit 1 lb Jar 2 Ik JII r
.I, with a lace cloth, and centered
| attractive with the use of handmade lace cloth, was
centered -
:c: with an artistic arrangement of She Gets a Kick (Emotional) From the DonkeysH'lo very spring flowers, arranged in bowls with a silver bowl holding PRESERVES ______ 15c __ ..27c

'k poppies. and vases. an arrangement of azaleas and
v.' Those invited to be with Mills folks Who was it said players don't have DOG FOOD Preaches Worchestahire
anything on splrea. Tall white tapers in 3-lm Cans.
Mrs. H L. Hough, leader, con- I
Miss I
5'f Padrick were: Margaret
"If It ever warms up I'll never our berry patches this year silver holders balanced the 5 0:. Bottld
ducted the devotional, reading a cen-
Pearce, Miss\ Edith Rowe, Miss
complain about the hot wefltheragain" But now that they've finally decided tral embellishment. Silver CALO __ 25c SAUCE
services 15c
portion of the 7th Chapter of ___ _
Betty Green, Miss Gayle Sewell,
7 ? 7 Well, I haven'tyet I to break down and produce, were placed at either end
Matthew, with discussion by Mrs.A. ,
/ Miss Enza Weaver, A. Z, Adkins,
Jr., AI Kay Carlisle, John M.r'p but I've caught myself on they're doing It with a bang! E. Lightfoot. The devotional ',of the long table. Compotes, I Small Large TOILET SOAP Bu
the verge several times I already The buyers are pouring in and holding mints and nuts, and
I, Chalker, Charles Williams Chalker It's gonna take a lotta will business Is picking up Those i was closed by short p ayers.I of dainty opened-faced sand-trays, RINSO 8c 19c OCTAGON 4c

I'; jimmy Sewell, and Emmett Per- And the feverAin't The special business taken care
-0 power spring boys might look like'ordinary I wlchea and individual cakes, in
1 :f ryman. it awful? And on human beings to you. but they of at this time was the menu and pastel colors, completed the table .Toilet TISSUE N. B. C.-FRESH t Pkji

f top of that I had to get sunburned look like something straight from other matters pertaining to theMen'a arrangements. Presiding at the Scot, 2 rolls 13c Fig Newtons 17c
Woman's Club To Meet banquet to be given in the
: at the lake tother day Heaven to our weary-of-waltlng tea table during the afternoon

,f The The first dose of the sea- business) men ._ I Annex on the evening of April were Mrs, W. B. Sewell and Mrs. Waldorf, 4 rolls 15c Butter Cookies 17c
regular meeting of the
son A Wood.
!' St&rke Woman's Club Don Hoover out again after 12th.The
will be held
r Theme song of the week shouldbe the accident Politicking from I building fund chairman reported Ida Lulu Davis, Virginia Sewell, 8 O'CLOCK MILD MELLOW PURE SANTOS
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 0'-
: the Serenade" I $22.55 in the fund to be
clock In the club "Donkey a wheel chair A new wrinkle., Arline Dew, and Nina Bishop assisted COFFEE 2-1
with lb.
''.p' the president, Mrs.building K. G. Duncan We had donkeys. galore.. Thursday- eh what? Says it'll take a applied to the cost of plumbing in serving the guests and Pkgs 29c 3 lb. Pkg. 39c

night, and the political sound little time installed in the annex. Mrs. S. Mrs. L. F. Smith Mrs
In the chair. Hostesses for but he hopes to be A. Keen,
trucks have been serenadin' us back his E. Sparks, personal service chair- Mrs. W G. Halle and OLD.
i the afternoon will be Mrs C. W. on feet again before Mrs. E. FASHIONED ROCK GROUND
overtime the past few days man, requested each member to K.
\ ,
Chalker chairman, Mrs Charles long Glad to see you out, Perryman assisted Mrs. Rob-
Politicians, parties, and ponies talk with at least one unsaved inson in MEAL OR GRITS
Allen, Mrs\ C. A. Futch, Mrs. R. Don arranging this lovely affair Pounds __ 12c
What a combination! person as personal service work .
,: A. Green, Mrs. L>. H. Hill, Mrs. 'Sa boy for the George Ben
'' Got a real kick (not where you for the month of April.After About one hundred
A. E. Lightfoot, and Mrs J. W. netts Mrs. B. was Murla guests SUNNYFTELD
t Kincald. might think) out of the donkey Weeks Congratulations to the meeting adjourned, called during the afternoon.W. PURE

baseball game last week the hostess assisted R.
the proud parents LARD 1 lb. Pkg. 9c 2 lb. 17c
4., UPSET ACID-STOMACH Most of the players got a kick Monday was Kid Day for the G. Kldd and Mrs. J. C. Garner, S. C S. Circles Pkg.

of a dlff'rent color, and I spec served delicious refreshments of
\ NEUTRALIZED QUICKLY Seniors of B. H. S. A whole Entertained MondayMrs.
the next time they attend a sandwiches Individual cakes and
'i 1 You can get rid of those stomach day off to picnic and play I WHITEHOUSE EVAPORATED
western movie It'll be for the sole fruit
", agonies caused by acid-indi The gals looked so cute in their punch. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. E. MILK
;" gestion by simply taking a spoonful I I purpose of seein how those short dresses, bow ribbons and L. Williams entertained membersof 6 oz. Can 3c 14Y1 oz. Can 6c
riders mount the .
screen mare
of Blsma-Kex in a glass of sox The boys must have The' Young Matron's Circle met Circle No. 1 of the Woman's

water. It la delicious tasting and Most of our local cowboys were I been hiding and you can hardly at 7:30 Monday evening at the Society of Christian Service Monday

"'; brings relief in 3 minutes. Buy ajar Chamberlain about as graceful in a Gene as Neville Autrey blame them-with those boney home of Mrs. E. L. Biggs. afternoon at the home of ARMOURS CANNED MEATS -

<; of BO doses today for fiOc at 'knees peeping out from under a The living room was beautifully Mrs. A. Z. Adkins on Walnut
I costume I'll have to hand it
the Rexall Drug Store-Carpenters pair of short pants! decorated with spring flowers Street. Roast Beef No. 1 Can
to 'em however tge
They were _______
,r ; Drug Store in Starke. And speaking of kid clothes, Arrangements of calendulae,
game guys That is, all ex-
r cept the politicians who were Edith Rowe tells this one on her Mrs L. A. Canada, leader, con- wild Easter lilies, azaleas, and Corned Beef 2 12-oz. Cans 33e

to make team self The "little girl" styles- ducted a study of Bible characters bridal wreath were used In dec. _:._
supposed up one
>4r HOLLANDFOR They must have been suddenly juvenile-looking dresses, ribbonsin Immediately following the roll Orating for this meeting.The Hot Tamales 3
hair, sox, etc.-are probably session 11-oz. Cans 25e
"called out of town" '. call to which members respondedwith was presided over ___
'f. GOVERNOR responsible, but anyway, Edith by Mrs E K.
.. made a favorite scripture.The Perryman, circle
Only runs completed were
down the street In leader. Corned Beef Hash
was trlppin' 10 Y1
Can tOe
: Bartow by Van Carden and Kap Duncan treasurer's report w a a oz. _
people well Jax tother and Mrs F,
are overheard H.
day an
Long had
The donkeys wouldn't carry made by Mrs. J,, A. Lewis. It charge
:;;, aware of the them, so they carried the donk- elderly lady in back of her, say was also announced that $8 was of the" program, using as her sub Meat Sand. Spread, 3 6-oz. Cans 25e
to a companion, "Just look at ject, "Rejoice and Be Glad." She
eys! The result was just as received on the building fund.
advertised: "Haw Haw at the He- that little girl with rogue and Plans were made for the men's was assisted. by Miss Olive Ray, Sliced Dried BeefS 23e
o f SpMiardHolland. Can
lipstick on! Edith turned who talked on "Rehabilitation oz. _..._
Haws! Laugh? I thoughtI'd banquet and for a steak fry
and stuck out her tongue at the Work in China" and 1 '
by Mrs
.-POLK COUNTY die I I I Thursday night at Kingsley Lake
I outraged dowager "For she:I Emma Murphry CRISP DELICIOUS
who told
Berry season is here at last! for the circle members, their hus

DEMOCRAT Talk about "hold-outs" reasons, "If I'm gonna be taken bands and friends. interesting facts of the life of CRACKER JACK

Those temperamental baseball for a bad little girl I might as I Eleven members and three visit. Rosenwall, the benefactor of the 3 Boxes ___--- lOc

,.. well act like one!" I negro race. -
ors, Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot, Mrs.
alnp'!!!!*.MINI! .nnuulwumm w-I\[imniwn.nMUenuiiwwwniln!' "!!!! !!!!!!! ''wlwi'!uluunuumiwnnnnn'' '' !!!!''''!!!! ,uwlm!!!!!!!!!!!jjiiiiiiiiii"iiiii''UIIrIIIJIIJIJI,1J1!!'' 1,,; !!!!!!! !!!!!! ,!!!ill The "Ma Green" comic strip O. J, Griffin, and Miss Abbie Mrs. Adkins concluded the pro- 70-80 SIZE
?i ''OOIIT"I..MI"UIllIIhh.'U"IIIIUI""IIIU1II11W"IUI""IIUIIIU'I, ,' ", "" { '",", ''IIIIIIU"'NlIIIIIU"'UIIIII""liIIIII"III1II1I1I1'II"'iillll' "' "' llil'i' "11 iiuniiiiiMii, '''Be, Is an all-time favorite with me gram with a vocal solo, "A Hymnof
Harley, were to
present enjoy
: i : Her homespun philosophy Grateful Praise." PRUNES Pound 5c
1 this meeting.; _________ __ .
i really reaches home Ftlnst- During the business session -
At the conclusion of the meeting ,
i I ance: "Twas iver th' same Mrs. Sam Anderson, chairmanof -
ij ijj Mrs. Biggs, assisted by her
i I If wan is poor, people say he's mother, Mrs. Griffin served a finance, announced that the GRANULATED FACTORY PACKED
j 'j j i shiftless. If he's rich, think he's two circles of
3 the
f.u j salad course with wafers and ice society will I SUGAR 5
i Pound 25c
I unscrupulous. If he gives to tea. give a silver tea on Thursday, Pkg. _______ _

,', I ;I charity, they say he's show In' off. April 11, at 3:30 o'clock at the I __

If he doesn't he's a tightwad. If Woman's Club. : scoco COMPOUND

i I he goes Into' politics It's just to Mae Knight ((7th) t Holll Mrs. T. J. Griffin, who cele-

\ I git in on the alsy money. If hedoesn't Knight (10th) t Loree Hartman brated her birthday anniversary LARD, (Bulk) 2 lb. Pkg. t9c
II thin he takes no Interest (10th) Lyon Crosby- at this time, was surprised witha

j I In th' welfare of his country. If way out at Brooker (11th) >. i box of lovely linen handkerchiefs -

S he goes to church, he's a hypo Mrs. E. J. Flynn ((11th) .. happy Birthday" was Blue RoseRICE

u I crite. If he doesn't, thin there'sno I Come to think about It, I didn't sung immediately following the Oleomargarine

good In him. If he's kindly, hear of a single April Fool prank presentation of the gift.
'I' he's a sentimental fool. If he's Whatsa matter? Every During the social period Mrs. NUTLEY

stern thin he's got no heart at 1 body lost his sensayuma I Adkins and Mrs. Williams, as-

I all. If he dies young, he had a I fully expected some of my dear sisted by little Jeannette McLen- 5 Lb. Pkg. __ 18c Pound ____ tOe

foine future. But if he dies ould, est friends (1) to send me a don, Mrs. H. B. McLendon and

thin he outlived his usefulness." nice box of chocolates with a Mrs. Sam Anderson, served
i' DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH .1 Could anything be truer? neat little bomb carefully concealed freshments of pineapple salad -

If all the time spent criticizing I in the bottom layer! hot tea and wafers to the twenty

OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST i. others were spent in Improvingthe 'Anyway, I'm glad they''didn't guests present. A&PFOODSTOREOwned

critic, what a great world And maybe I shouldn't have men- -
< Upstairs Over Canova ;
r I this would be tioned it :Might give 'em Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs! and Operated by The Great Atlantic andPatine"Tea

Every Wednesday 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. A great big slice of birthday ideas Titus Olsen' were hostesses to

cake for Blake Jackson (April 6) Well, so long for this,week Circle No. 2 at the home of the Company

a.., ._...-nw.lww nnwwwma euw lw'luuwn.nwna' wwanwwuwmunaamminun.. m.e .u Abe Besaent (6th) Mad- See you In the next e .. former on .Madison Avenue. STARKE FLORIDA

tmiliii ni iiiiiiiiimniluimii' '."uiiiiiiiuMmnui" l;:''pnumnWliawllwlmwnnllulmnwulwnmmllmplmlmnprowmlRnninmm, ,, '"' ''' '' '' .' ""' lpp, .+llwwnrunnW., I._ eline Andrews (7th) Clara *-Carolyn.j Azaleas and other spring flow. ,


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LBITS of LOCAL NEWS Easter Egg Hunt Recently Enjoyed txulntlr State of described Florida a.and: more par '| FOR BABY'S COMFORT :::,

I."l Three (3) the .Kant Half McGee's Baby Elixir Islnteqded', ,I''

-' -. - --- -.- --. -- :(,!r"r>otCP the Ncr: l. Halt I (N'-j' > for Minor upsets of the stomach 4 : sand
< r ) nil nf ie.t .
B. Parks spent Miss Martha Lyles of Jackson- William 1V"r i t6) the South Half <$tt bowels that result from over i ., ,' :'
W. Edwards of : :
Jacksonville '
and Mrs -> > Six (6), the North eating, improper foods or temporary .Ii'' ,
,ek.end in Atlanta Ga. ville was the week-end guest of will spend Sunday here with 1'hree-Quartere. (N S-4) of over-acidity of the stomach. \ I'
Mina Jean Davis his IrfUi- Seven (H. Eight: ((9). snit A bottle of McGee's 3':
: V
parents Mr. and Mrs. W M. Mm- \ill) ; the North lUlf (NSnf ) Baby Elixir 4 i '( '
L. o. Hazen of Brooker Edwards. Lot Ten. ((10) and the North costs only 35c.CARPKNTKK'8. .it. : i ''I, !
relatives bere Tues- Miss Patricia Padrick of Jack- Twelve, (1Iel'ea. of the South : Wlt'G STORE I ttBplo I I'I
riaitlnff; Hnlf (Sty) of Lot Ten (10): "
sonville, was the guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent all In MvilTon Sown' cn, Town- ;.':

-' Miss Gayle Sewell. the week-end in Fernandlna with ship .Hewn(iO/ ) (7)Knit.Mouth. UangnTwrniy

V. Hutching/ was a visitor Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs. Mary A. M 1 6 YOt'Nn EACH OF YOU
Tuesday of last Davis. whether known or unknown, nm .
bnesvllle Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Harris of .. I hereby notified that a. milt has
Green Cove Springs was visiting I Is been brought against you In the ., r ri'
rirtult Court for Hrndfuril
County '
friends here Thursday. Elizabeth Lawson spent the Florida In Chancery by L.KI..AND: .
and Mrs. M. F. Brown week-end in Lake Butler with her A. BROWN and his wife MINNIH '
Tuesday morning in Jack- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. I. HltcnVN. that the nature of 'f
Kodak Finishing.! Your picture dull milt In to cUlt. and confirm ,1. i :
e. H Register plaintiff' title And the title oftheir t I
will not fad e. Prompt erIre. iiltlniAta' ..r"nlhy warranty
andn HooverIlros.., Studio deed. to the> lands. above denrrlbrd \ ; f:
I and Mrs. Ore Wiggins The Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Har- and you urn hereby. reiiulrvil d
Sunday In Jack- rell of Lake City were luncheon In file with the ClerK. of I
spent .i
said Court ,In bin. office In Starke, \
e. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. McMillanof guests Tuesday of the Rev. and Klui Ida. your written appearancepemonal I '",
Jacksonville were visiting relatives Mrs. A. E. Llgh ttoot. i.the-Kaater,: season Just passed, many of the traditional ( or by attorney) In eald jJ i
Mrs. t,. H. Jennings here last week-end. hunts enjoyed by the youngsters. Shown here ale. the null on the first Monday In May, '\. ',
were ,
and egg A. 1) I 11HO being the sixth l day y :
I Sunday afternoon in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Hatchings little guests of Judy Green after they enjoyed the great fun at of file Maud with month mild ,Clerk and theieafter your written. to 0 EapG ':. tt!. rr\ !

e. Miss Lois Long of Jacksonville of San Francisco California were her recent party. From left to right they are: Mary Sue Epper- defenses. If any, to the bill of complaint BG >,, :',
spent the week-end here with her last week of In said null at the time pre- t : ,' .,
guests Mr. and Mrs.T. .
son Levy Canova, Jr.. George Canovn, Richard Kldd. Jr., Nicky Hcrlbod by law. fer : \, \ { '
Barton of WillUton mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. M. i ''
p. B. Hutchings. Giiffls Judy (the hostess), Marlon Harrington Jeannette Me- Herein" full not or judiiement. \ 1J'' ,
L of Mrs. J. F. Col- will be entered affalimt by ,'
guest you
Phoebe Green Grace Thigpen. Stand- ; ,
week. Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augus- Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Mitchellof Lendon, Edwin Perkins, default i
t tine Is the guest this week of her Tallahassee were the week-end ing in the rear are Annie Mae Griffis and Barbara Keen. TIIK: HllAI. >FOItn COLTNTY THURSDAY >
1''' I.I..Ilt.\: I PH. M newspaper of general '
and Mrs. Harold Kite of daughter, Mrs E. L. BI gs. guests of Mrs. Mitchell's mother circulation' publUhed In-'Brad: APRIL 9, I"'" : ',4 V;<,;

announce the birth of a Mrs W. E. Torode.Mr. Dr. and Mrs. C. C Mendozaand IN Till- ('IHC"K.n.iim IT lOIIIT j i'me'it OKKioHiitt i, designated ford County an Florida the newspaper, I* hereby In 5 P. M. !J I '. ;tv;
Mrs. George Patterson of Col Miss which thin. notice nhall be '
pubIh.h. .
jiarch 31. and daughter '
Cliff !
son. C'IIiC" IT. IM AMI Foil Illltlt.KOIIIt ... '
umbus, Ga., is the guest of Judge and Mrs. J. L. Gentry have Gloria Johns, and Tom Ritch. all 40IMI-1. IN <'H '>i<'KHOIIIIKU : \', once weeka a week prior for to cald four sixth tmnneiutlve ( Keystone Heights) \' .,."< (.!,

s. E. Jones of Sampson 1* and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. returned to their home here aftera of Jacksonville were guests Sun- !; OK: TO PI'Ill.ll'.A'1'IOVso'rleF .\PPH ,II day of May, A. L>. 1940. 10:30 A. \i. :, ,

Lg'a two months' vacation ten day's business trip to Wash day of Mr. .and Mrs. T. J. Griffin TO: HITHER: T. HTKWAKT; III. .. aid WITNIOSH Court::at my Starke hand Florida And seal. thin of ,>

ywood. Ed Moody and A. A. Wainwright ington D. C. and Mis Carrie Ritch. WATRH1 and notTft.A8S) ; 4th day of April A. r>. 1940 tJ..
of Green Cove Springs j. M, '( ;Jil.K+. SHAW ami OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas \
AlMONUA Clerk. Circuit Court, Iiradfori ftI f'
A, A. Annls of Lawtey were visitors here Saturday. Lt B. Sternberg of Ft. Bent Miss Edna Hutto and MI'.. L. his I It.UII.ItTN wife: nnil wits HIIAWl, KDMON1AHOHKKTM. : ; 'IIAH. County, Florida, 4-6 6t 6-1 ', I

JiKiting friends here Wed- nlng, Ga., spent the week-end S. Hutto spent 'Monday in Jacksonville J. L>. MiI.HMOUK and ; C \ "
Miss here with his Hutto wife Hi'siB' n MCL.KMOIIK..: ; s' "', "ISMS, l'ia,1 .Axis 'l.KIIKN rel.3tllY r
afternoon.StaWord. Kitty Hogsed spent the parents, :Mr. and Friends of Miss INK, immnrrleil, ; TIIOMAH: W .:'..:C""UN LAFFIT-OFF :. .
week-end in Jacksonville with Mrs N Sternberg. will be Interested to learn that IMTTH and wife, ALICH I.. I'ITTH; At ,.! '',"'
a. meeting held on the let '
her aunt Mrs. Kitty Lane. she is now connected with Bivins F.Mc-fAM.; I. MrCM.rand; ,..... It. MrOHKOOIl wlff. MARY; P. H I.. day of April. A. l>. 1940, the Hoardof Ii."\ '"r'

Mrs O. J. Beaver of Tallasnee. Beauty Shop in Jacksonville.Mr MC.NKU.I.: ; T. s HAISI)10-/::, ; (7. <'. ford<'uu County.lit Y. ComintHHlonera Florida appointed of llrnil-. ,I, .

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Flynn and Alabama, is the guest this week OHAIIAM.I'AHKKH; and JOHN wife,.A1.11XANII___ II itA- the following (Clerk. and Ineprulore 1 JIa IV" ,,I 'tt ttI

daughter, Betty Anne, spent last of her son-in-law and daughter)I and Mrs.! T. Frank Land- HAM whoBe tru* fhrlntlitn name be held for the the Primary I 7th. KlMctlon: to II; "
day May "
and Thursday in Punta Gorda. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North. rum and children Idell and Mar- In unknown; .1AMKS I.. CIATK8. and A U. I 9 40. ,\ :.\1 -
.1 M
ED TO BUY cows wife, KITTIK M OATKH. l. '.
paid on nil I tha, spent the first of the week SHAW, widower; T* M W.\TI HtI Pre.'ieetn.: 1-l.nvtter .: i, J
Market prices
: Mr. and Mrs. Myron Griffinof Friends of Mrs. P. M. Bare-I in Inverness where they were and wife, WATERS whose Walter WIIkerHon. Clerk; Carl > '
fes. J. D. ODOM. box 24T.e (run ( '"'III..n name la unknown; Carter, John Shuford and V H. 1, :
Jacksonville were guests Sun- foot will regret to learn called because of serious Illness WILLIAM 11 nuionnns and wife. Kmwimon and. tllncliilr Harley, 1 In- ( .
Fla. 3.31lyr.pDSeveral day of Mrs. W. E. Torode. Is confined to her home suffering)! in Mr. Landrum's family. IHUiiOKHS, whose. true ChrlH- Kpoctom.Prrrtiut. I 1' I Ii' '.
tlitn IM unknown 11. c'. < '"
name ; 1 ;
:\'", 2-worth 'NlarkeAubiey :
from an attack of Influenza. WAI. ) A 111':11.: also known an II ,t(
cattle, new Mlas Frances Peek and Miss J. E. Bartlett a director of <'. WAl.THOUIl, and Wife, It Moors, Clerk! U I.. I.H..
B." old brand: K. WALIHIAUIClt whose true ('brie. Kenfroo, II. i,. Norman I. Itlrven -. ,' ,t .. '
"M. ,
j Myrtice Klllingsworth spent Sun- R. R. Hutchings of Gainesville the American Tung Groves, Inc., llun name IN unknown; IW. und. Tutu (1. Alvuron. lnHp I,'" )fl:
F., or J. B., various day afternoon In Gainesville. was the guest of his parents. Mr was here this week attending to SHAW; JNO II. KAItU JH, and ..ctor... \\ 'i,
Please pen any of wife. H. I n. MARL; 1). O. A lit tlL.R; Hrerlnpt fin. :.k-Mniith 'Ntarkv j '. !
Marcus and Mrs. T. M. Hutchlngs Wednesday tax matters for E. P. Larsh, president ,.. II. LANK nail wife M A. It. C. Hnfoid, Clerk M l U. Jonen ',
: :
cattle and notify O. P. Hutto of Tallahassee Is night of last week. of the company. He was I.ANK.MPH13LI.; .. UUOTI1KRH; It I L ThiiumH.: ItuKKoll Mcltae, and .._ "
Starke. tf W. H MAH8KY and wife, C. C.IASHI'V 1' N. Kendrick Inspectors. ,i
spending this week here with his accompanied by Mis., Bartlett.Dr ;\ J. I>. I.ANIIOnl: wife I'rerlnrt No. 4-.......n* ...-.LLaultoll :,
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Miss Mary Elizabeth Smith of LANE, whoHe true Christian (l. W. Rivers, Cluiki; U. M. John- .. "- '"'P,1 ,., "I
1)iT) Apartment with McLendon of Or- Minim IN unknown; It any ha living won, Curl .,Inns, nnd J H Sur- -- ,", l'l.f. "
Hutto. Tallahassee spent the week-end H. B. sod tt dead. their rrnportlva rncy, lnnpe<'torn.I'retlnet ...... : ( .,'
e bath. Joe Slstrunk here with her brother-in-law and lando will spend the weekendhere unknown helrN at :law, d.vlH f>nli'ttotfcH N... Hampton JUo. .
and assign andl'iNlsrLAIl 1 M. 61. ,:( .il
e. Miss Elsie Berry of Alachna 'sister, Mr and Mrs. J. P. Warren with Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ki-Hntrrn ; Mate h. ((, Clerk| U J.
N A V A I. MTOKKH Wynn, Luther Wall..r.. ...", and U. (aAwweywau.7 .. t I',1'y. '
LY DEATH CAUSES and Will Paulding of LaCrosse Matthews He will be accom- C'O\IPANY.; .a rorpoiatloit; HOOK-- I'. Witdnworth, Jr. limpectorH. .....- I'' r ",I Ii .
Kit TIIIIPENTINM arorimriitlon I'revlnpto.
were guests of Miss Edna Hutto Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch of panied home by Mrs. McLendonand iI-l'kerr.s. .II IU1lANCll 1\\ r '
CY of North Marlon I ; CON H ATKI> w. H Hlbley. Clerk I K U. John, '
tty ftawleigh Route. Good Sunday.Mr. : Tallahassee will spend Sunday daughter Jeannette, who have NAVAL H'rc,1tEH COMPANY; n "-"1'- A. K Hiilltvnu. and 1 ISIbert Hlbley, "........ ,. ;I t r:::
i here. 1..rA tlon; W I i.8 ON s TOO F.I IKKIlTlMlil Inspentore.I'recl.t I
here as guests of Mr. Futch'sparents been visiting .
Irtunlty for man with car COMPANY. K corporal No T-'-Hew .U.... I,: '
established route and Mrs. C. B. Strickland Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ion' ; '': .IIUAJ.IOi! ''; :. acorporation H. I.. Crews. Clerk i W. H Ij .. HAROLD ,,:
onUnue HUITOIt enhy. ..J. I,,. C.WALLj I .'
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Futch. The Rev. and Mrs. W H. K. ; Kelley, und Joe Moody, \ !' '
List of Customers and .JNO. McllAH. an Truiteon for "1".lon. : i '
ct.able. Route has been D. W. Manning a t Daytona -- Pendleton and eon, Cary, leave the Florida Itnklway Company, a ''......1..... '110.! llruoker 1T/ i. J, \:.t,
Beach. Mis G. L. Harrison and daughter this week forI stay In Fort corporation, and their respective IV. r.. Stewart Clerk ; C. c. Mel. :,1i' '
led for four years by same I unknown grantees, NiioreNNorii, and Viii. Lloyd harry, and n. Couey, P .
Doris and son, Jlmmie spent Myers before returning to their, usulvnx. ; and any persons. natural 1..1'.10. GENERAL INSURA 1" '
,See Mr. R R. Rudd, claiming j VOU HAVE.| t ; ::1.. :'
right I. r.
or corporate any
Mr. and Mrs. E Carles of Jack- the week-end I n Jacksonville home In South Carolina. Dr. CONNER Chairman jPL .'
write Raw- tlllo interest In and to the following Hoard .
wood, Fla., or or of County CoinmUiilniierii: I AS PHONK J 6 .t-
223-202R. sonville were guests Sunday of where Doris attended a school Pendleton has been supply pastor I !; described lands, or any portion Kradfoid. County, Florid. 1,<
k g, Dept. FAD- dance. at the Episcopal Church here for thereof. situate lying and .being .- Attest: \
phis, Tenn. 4-5 4t 4-26 Mrs. Mike Dew and Mrs E. R. In the bounty of Bradford and A, .1. Thomas, Clerk ., ) ".
Willlam on. the past several months. : 1): I ,
IENT- Attractive modern Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright I.( I ; '

ialow' with g a rare and -Mrs. G. L. Patten of Tallahassee and children of Talla- T. H. Slnde o f Baxley, Ga., !

|ned porch on 2-acre lot spent a few days here last! hassee spent the week-end here spent the week-end here with Mr. ; l

fine garden space and week with her mother, Mrs. E.I and at their cottage on Klngsley and Mrs. T. T Long. He was ) DELIVERY

ken yard. Apply Hamrick E. Canova. She was accompanied Lake. accompanied home by Mrs. Slade S. R. JohnsFREE i.riil

Cor. S. Walnut & Lafay- home by Mr. Patten, who -- and two children Tommie and I
ltp ',spent Saturday here. I Mrs. J. C. Robinson and daughter I Joan who spent last week here as

I Miss Claire Robinson, of I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Long and

Apopka will spend the week-end Mr. and Mrs D. P. Carpenter

here with Mr. and Mrs., C. A. 45 !:

NAT SEZ: Knight.The Mrs. W K Middlton, Mrs. L. I '.
C. Ray, Mrs. F. H. Long. Mrs. & Sons PARKING'i j"\

With 11 candidate running for Rev. A E. Lightfoot con- Sam Anderson and Mrs. W. H. PLENTY OF : f

Governor It's pretty haul to de- ducted an "enlargement" cam- Smith, attended the State con- SPACE .

;f cide who to vote for. Each<< spo<*rh paign for the Baptist Sunday vention of the Woman's Societyof I ',

m' that you hear Is a little more School Board of Florida In Lake Christian Service of the Methodist CASH AND CARRY PRICES NEAR TilE S A. L. DEPOT .t 'f'

r' convincing than the other. Everyone County last week. Church In Ocala Wednesday ,:

I've heard so far U just Mrs. Middleton was the of.

chuck full of all the good thing Mrs. Barbara Conway returned flclal delegate from the local OUR CT SPRY \ I; /

he Is going to do for the people. Tuesday to her home in Jackson- society.Mr. Pound"I 49.\

Not one of them ever mentionsall ville after spending two weeks COFFEE, O CStaley' 3 Pounds '
the good thing* he Is goingto here as the guest of her sister, and 1\Irs. D. P. Carpenterand .

do for himself. Mrs. E. M. Thomas.Mr. Mrs. T. T. Long and youngson II :('t,' .
Tom, will leave Wednesdayto I a | fX \ PEANUT tl', I '
and Mrs Arthur Rlgdon, spend a few days in Albany, STARCH, 3 for U C BUTTER 2 Ibs. 20c
Ga.. of Dr. and Mrs ,
'a 48 and Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rlgdon as guests
a A yp t YY, "' and children of Jacksonville spent D. C Forehand While there they fii

the weekend. here with Mr. and will attend the premier showingof Fancy YorkAPPLES -fl fX \ Nu-Spread ''
8D'I! a !k ra r Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. the motion picture, "The Biscuit : 'I' .
Ibs. XXC
I Eater," which was filmed In U C OLEO, Pound U: i' '

Friends of Marlon Johns will and near Albany.
'DElE AM regret to learn that he Is seriously SMOKED I }
-g fJLUC\
TOMATOES 1.(1: (
ill at the home of hU Navy In FavorS

daughter Mrs. Miriam Klckllter, BACON, Lb. NO. 2 CAN 6c ', '

SHOES! on Madison Avenue. "o
"nYfj '

Hate your Kodak Films finished SUGAR SAUSAGEMEAT 1 '

b by professional photograph. 5 Pounds 22 e Lb. XOC
ers. "'e use special ..ar. Prompt ,
\ st'r\Ice. Hooxer Bros., StudIo.Mr. .. I,

4\Ss /t! and Mrs. C. A. Futch and Fat Hens-Dressed 17e Chase & Sanborn !" ,

Alive lb. 1ge
son Mack\ J. M. Sistrunk and COFFEE, lb. ; :
rm Joe Tampa Sistrunk visiting spent Mr Sunday Sistrunk's In 'I"'I"or \.

sister Miss Mary Slstrunk Jersey Relish or SaladDRESSING '; '

c ;, A CORN FLAKES 5c Quart 2Oc : i

Mrs T. K McClane, Jr., and : t ,

young son, James Donald returned ii*

t o their home Monday Fancy Blue Rose Kleer di! ;
from the Alachua County Hos- 17e :
RICE 5 Ibs. 5c
pital in Gainesville.Mr. S SALT, 2 for :' !*' '

and Mrs. W. A. Scott of 'i'V j. ;l

t .F Winter Garden and Mrs. S. C. Swifts RollBUTTER 33c Pure, Lard .. -| T7 :;:, ';1 ,

) Carnell and two sons, Corbin and Lb. 2 Lb. Carton X I f \. ,
Gene, of Ormond were week-end :

guests of Mr and Mrs. F. A.
ITY Scott. CHOICE CUTS-Spring Lamb Veal and TOILET

Western Meats-Alo Fresh Cottage XUC
TISSUE 3 for
The Rev. and Mrs. Charles J :
this week In Cheese
Allen are spending Vr.
LUB West Palm Beach where they '. ,1 ;
called because of the Illness .
and death of the Rev. Mr. Allen's t Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer
lone notice the smart }

4hIing..The fine quality n u uH father.
,...The u Lb. Sack Wilson & Toomer
expert workman- EsggIi Mrs. P. A. Moore\ of Klngaley 50 Cups and Q CT I

OllIe CITY CLUBS in toolf... Lake la spending this week with Flo-Mix for Land and Flowers '

r new patterns and hade*. 76 .ed aril her daughter Miss Hazel Moore, CRATES, Complete > DC '

I' in Tallahassee Miss Moore is a $1.00

student at the State Woman's / t 1

ii4iI! I :' 1e4 College.Jacksonville..Mr and Mrs.were W. C.guesU Boswell 1. .of t, dramatize dress of three-quarter bloused Molyneux'a waist sleeves effect.navy wool help The CINCO SHORTS 185 SCRATCH SPECIAL 2 a 00 t

week-end of Mr. and. Mrs. E. L.' trimming down front and at edgeof C
white wool.
sleeves Is In


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rl FARMERS' SECTIONRURAL I Wrecks Another CropsIn Disaster ing for new youth.employment opportunities SAMPSON By Etta Fay Dyal CITY I LIVE STATE NEWSm'm'I

---. .- The Senator said he had introduced _.
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South FloridaFort in the Senate a constitutional Hermon Parrish and Leddy -- ----- -
; HINTS FOR TILEIIOUSEIIOLD amendment, already approved Armstrong of Jacksonville were WOMAN TEACHER ELECTED gins boiler Saturday

COMMON SENSE. . Lauderdale hot sun by the Senate Judiciary week-end guests of :Mr. and Mrs, Orlando, -The State's schoolteachers died In a hospital here near c Hob)
scalded water-soaked bean fieldsIn Committee, which would assure Louis Parrish. llama 44, Tampa T \\I't.
: elected a woman, Miss
this area last week, causing the legality of old-age security. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal andJ. Marguerite Morse of Clearwater, Russell B. Edwards, H. iii(
Differences In working hours Making a mattress at home Is damage estimated by B. E. Law- This, he declared was the only B. Brown were dinner guestsof head of the Florida Education Tampa, a brakeman u .''also s
.and in apace available mark sharp sure course toward a proper plan Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodge of in the blast.
nothing particularly new for ton. Broward County farm agent, Association. A. C. Slaughter, JOhnson iwfrr
contrast in what is likely to be of aiding the aged on a sound Starke Sunday. severe scalds and
rural folks of the South, for it at more than 1000000. basis. secretary of the Greater Orlando condition shock h
moat practical In beautifying was not
waa done by plantation families The crop disaster came in the Mrs. Millard Varnes returned Chamber of Commerce, estimated believed trita
homes In towns and in the country last night.
He also he had Railroad
long before machines were invented wake of torrential rains that left reported that to her home here after spending the number of visitors here for. of tic/ails/
In town, space may be Introduced a resolution In the representatives of "
to do -this work. In fact, water standing on thousands of several days in Palatka with re- the meeting at more than 60000. the rnt ,:;
limited, but long summer even- : Senate providing for a Centennial",I latives. I Commerce C o m m i i8 s J"
has been "n
home mattress making planted acres.
Ings allow time for attention to In Florida in 1945 to celebrate started an Investigation bal.
I Mr. and Mrs. W H. Smith and RUNS FOR VACANCY r*
since early the at
going on
Lawton placed damage ",
the annual and perennial plants I the 100th anniversary of the entrance explosion which *
that offer most flowers from the times in some sections, but the 60 per cent of the crop. : of Florida into the Union. family were visiting in Bunnell Gainesville,-Dr. J. Maxey Dell, I northbound freight occurred t as t.

least space. On the farm, rush practice showed a steady down- The crop was Just coming to Just prior to his address here, Sunday. Sr., will be a candidate to fill gathering speed after stopl.1'
v seasons In the fields mean long ward turn after high speed man- harvest after being replanted fol- the Senator had been the luncheon Millard and Freeman Varnes the unexpired term of the late Dunne lion. ,
hours and little leisure at the ufacturing methods were de lowing a January freeze that inflicted guest of officers of Gold Head and Mrs. Annie Rye of Palatka Senator R. Lucas Black who died -

very time flower gardens may be veloped. a $ ,OOO.ooO damage. Branch State Park near Keystone were dinner guests of Mr. and last week. Dr. Dell Is superintendent Notice NOTICK -

most in need of weeding, cultivating There are many families in The Pompano area south of Heights. Following a tour of the Mrs. Curtis Varnes Sunday. of the Florida farm col I whom It mi la y hereby concern/1'1'. ?i ', <
I and watering. But Florida and throughout the South, the Hillsboro Canal presented a area, be expressed himself as being Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goodge of ony. He was a member of the will tllpd my Final Al'l'ounllnr t that) ,' 'Ith II.
grounds around the farm home however, that don't have good picture of almost complete devastation deeply impressed with the Maxvllle! were visiting relatives State Senate from 1918 to 1934, apply on Hon.the Vi 15th, K, P"rrYml\n' of A.ru'I lW:u<
are usually ample for more of mattresses and perhaps the ready with hundreds of acres beauty of the park. here Sunday. They were accompanied and Is a former mayor of Gaines Judge. for lo'tnal/ U/achxrxe/ ouft..,
the ornamental trees and shrubs wherewithal to buy comfortable, of plants wilted by the heat. home by M r s. Curtis! vllle. He said he would withdraw nay i H.aDodd. .or del'the eM'atr' 01 a./ St:
i than those of the town, dweller. durable 0 n e s. These families, Crops north of the canal were not Work Varnes and Bernice Parrish.Mr. from the race for Alachua I Lillian May aMkd.Dodd,
These two sharp differences 'particularly those on farms that so hard hit.Tomatoes. Cemetery and Mrs. H. A. Prescott County member bf the State Dem S-1J 4t 4.6lVHY M",

are worth considering when the produce cotton, can make their In the Danla and Nears End and children, Dorothy and Lucile, ocr a 11 c Executive Committee, suffer from
farm family considers plantings own mattresses and thereby make Hallandale area were hurt less, made a business trip to Jacksonville leaving J. C. Adkins unopposed
good use of some of the cotton Many persons visiting Crosby I for the post. /*
to improve the home grounds. growers estimated the damage at Friday. For aalck /I A
Planting a few shrubs this sea crop; others who do not produce ten per cent.Senator Cemetery on Easter Sunday were Mr. and Mrs J. L. Wynn and relief from
cotton can buy It cheap and make gratified at the FIRST AIRPLANE FACTORY 0
son and adding a few more from improved appearance H. C. Wynn attended the conven- cold symptomstake tJti
1 time to time will soon make the their mattresses and thanks are due to Carl tion at Long Bridge Sunday.Mr. Orlando-Orlando will be the 666IJquld
home more attractive, and will To increase consumption of Andrews Johns for his efforts; to the com- site o f' a $150,000 aircraft factory Tablets
and Mrs. L Brown .
conserve time in busy seasons. cotton and, at"the same time effect Here Last Week mittee from the United,,Daugh- week-end e m the first in Florida Commissioner Salve Nit
were guests of Mr. and PropsJIM
more comfortable living for ters: of the Confederacy and to K.
Shrubs and trees may need good I I ; Mrs. David of Starke. Wayne Gray announced
care and watering for 2 or 3 rural families are the two major United States Senator Charles. the City of Starke for the use Kelly negotiations had been -
seasons, but after that, If they purposes of the home mattress O. Andrews, seeking re-election of truck in removing trash. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Goodge completed with Clare Bunch, president -
I are well selected, good woody making program recently initiatedby to a full term In the Senate on Besides those giving money for and son, Ralph, of Starke were of the Monocoupe Aircraft
{ plants, they will practically take the United States Departmentof his "record of achievements for his. work. the following assisted guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ossle Corporation of St. Louis, for moving
: care of themselves, and what Agriculture. A sin other all Florida" brought his cam In cleaning: Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Wynn Sunday. the factory here. The city

work is needed can be done at Southern states, home mattress paign into Bradford county Thursday Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs* will construct a building on a
odd times and when farm work making in Florida is not a new afternoon Mtlrch 21. J r. M Brownlee,' Misses Olive and HAMPTON tract adjacent to the airport and

\ Is slack idea, but the Department of Agri- Turning his guns momentarily Amelia Ray, H. H Stroman, Ed- By Miss Ada Nimmo lease it to Bunch. Bunch told s CARPCONGRESS
'! Beautiful grouping of trees and culture is endeavoring to place i on "soap box orators," who make ward Burns Mr. and Mrs. C. F. The Rev. C. E. Warren, will I officials the factory will employ
shrubs need not be expensive. greater emphasis on It. Last : extravagant promises, the Senator Ward, Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs. I I preach at the Baptist Church 40 to 45: persons and will havean to-
'''Many of the plants native to year, before the program was de- said he had come here to re- Basil McRae, Mrs. Joe Starling next Sunday morning and even- annual payroll of about $60 F
Florida are considered choice and veloped, more than 600 rural I port on his three and a half Miss Amy Coburn Mrg. Will Ing. Subject at 11 a. m. will be 000.
"are planted widely I in other families in Florida made mattresses years of service I n the upper Blair, Miss Kate Struth, Mrs. "In the Beginning." Subject for I
I'', regions, where they are not likely out of cotton produced on house of Congress, and not to Lettie S til ley, Mrs. Carl Knight, the evening will be "When I See FATAL EXPLOSION L:i4t
to do as well as at home.' Other their farms. offer unbelievable assurances. Mrs. Shepherd, and others who the Blood." Ocala-Jesse V. Johnson, 44, a.' AY t..l.5/. -

,\ plants not native may be grown With the movement now definitely "When I asked an opportunityto I cleaned their own lots. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollings- Tampa locomotive engineer injured "HE HAS KEPT THE FAITH"Paid

1 from slips o r cuttings from under way, home mattress serve you I made certain promises I The work will continue until worth of Starke were guests of in the explosion of an en ( Political Advertisemmi: )

; plants already introduced. making is becoming more and about what I would attempt the cemetery Is In a still better Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh I

'(,' To families considering spring more outstanding aa one of the to do. I am happy to be condition, and those who have not Sunday.
: planting of shrubs, the new Farm ways in which rural living may able to report to you those promises :yet contributed money are urgedto Miss Miriam Guy of the
ers' Bulletin 1826, Care of Orn> be improved. This work is being either have been completedor do Women's College In Tallahassee,
\ mental Trees and Shrubs, offered vigorously promoted by county materially advanced: toward so.PINE and Henry Guy of Gainesville
Tree 'I by the U. S. Department, ol home demonstration agents, Farm success," he declared. LEVELBy spent the week-end with their rHRInDo
\\f:Agriculture, Washington, D. C., is Security Administration home parents, the Rev. and Mrs. JamesT.
I :America's annual five billion Mrs. H. M. McRM 11.f
>t worth Furman
reading. Lloyd supervisors, and representatives Guy. $
.i :Mulford who retired I recently of other agencies working with dollar crime bill can be sharply Elder E. R. Bowers held services Mrs. Ella Hartline I left this
i'I ,,from the Bureau of Plant IndusEl farm people. Mattress making Is trimmed by enactment of an at the Pine Level Church week for ,
Chattanooga, Tenn.,
1, try has summarized a lifetime'of usually done on a communitybasis adequate system of old-age security Sunday night, He, with Mrs. where she will spend the summer i, Your Tradingwhere
s;; experience with woody plants and with seven or eight women h e said. Investigationhas lowers and daughter, Lucile, had with her slater
lit'!' offer practical advice that will getting together for the day to shown most of the crime today just returned from the Fifth Sunday 6 pieces Rogers Silverware I
most about tree make mattress for is chargeable to youths, who Mrs. W. P. Birt, who has been an
f answer questions a ) a neighbor. meeting at Sard Church in given with
away $40 in
the every tradeor
and shrub Mul have gone astray because their guest of her grandson, Lamar
1-i plantings Mr. Often the women meet at the Georgia.Mr. ..
ford also advocates the use of local community center to do the elders no longer are financiallyable Brown for several weeks baa returned AN'R'lral...
to educate and for and Mrs B. M. McRae and to her home here.
;: native plants in farm plantings work. care
children, and Mrs. H. M. McRae M. L. Watterson, of ion drools SMITH'S GARAGE
{1 as more likely to be successful them, the Senator added. manager
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. M, the
and able to with- For Hole Machine and be Hampton water works, was
grow vigorously Adding "This evil, he insisted "can I STARKE
_I(; out demanding too much time and Typewriter Ribbon at Telegraphoffice. corrected by properly providing! J. McRae at Starke Sunday after shopping in Gainesville Monday. FLORIDA

,, attention for the aged and by thus open noon.Mr.
and Mrs. R. V, Alvarez
i and son. James were visiting re- 4I
_ yr, atlves at Rising; Sunday after

noon.Mrs.. Nancy Hodge and son, nojt I makadiisyear! your

__ Frank were visiting Mr and
I, Mrs. W. C. Connor at Rising and Qood :IMT>ZA Z-
G' Mr. and Mrs L. L. Connor at W

Gum Branch Sunday. i
I1 thank
Little Jimmie L a v o n and ? 0rVo _
Charles Crosby of Sunny Brook

spent Sunday with their grand- 4 old eor ne ttYou : ,

parents, Mr. and Mrs H. M. Mc- ew
em.m + let's

>, S 4 Rae.M. ri eulckde

J. McRae and daughter,
Mrs. P. L. Bridges of Starke
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H M.
McRae Monday.The .

1 y people in thla section -
> >aET M1 ny are
just beginning to gather straw-
berries-the latest we ever remember -
although the outlook is _

_ good. I :. _

Mrs. E. P. Gay spent last week

L WE1 M y with her son-in-law and daughter .:
Mr 'and Mrs. J. R. Hall. !

Harold Register' of Starke was
visiting Henry Cone Sunday.Mr. .

and Mrs, Bob Allen and

children of Jacksonville were re- Above is the Buick SPECIAL 4-door sedan *
touring $000
: 110 i cent R. Hall.visitors of Mr. and Mrs.. J.

i !:! Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall and WE'RE talking here to those thouLook out through the easy-vision Safety
pi children, accompanied by her who have
+ not yet achieved Plate Glass in every window. Check up
mother, Mrs. E. P.
Gay, were
visiting relatives at Trenton Sun their lifetime ambition to own a Buick. on the equipment: Two-Way Direction

day.J. Signal with automatic cut-off built-in

F. Kickliter of Starke was We want to show you how the Buick automatic choke, oil-filter, high-capacity

visiting Monday. friends in this section SPECIAL, pictured here swings wide the water pump-they're all there.

door on a golden opportunity.
And when you count in the included

LONG Miss Bonnie BRIDGEBy B. TurnerMr. Step into this sleek sweetheart. Your equipment, the

i :y treadle foot touches off a trigger-quick SPECIAL costs no
and Mrs. W. C. McCord of more than some Prlee begin a'
Starke were visiting Mr. and straight-eight engine with a
Mrs. C. C. Butler Sunday.Mr. brand-new smoothness born of micro sixes with lower !!

a P and Mrs. Joe L. Dowlingof poised-balancing after advertised prices. $89
Live Oak were visiting Mr. So look into thisYou've
1 and Mrs. ,W. B. Lazenby Sunday.Mrs. .
1f1 Roan J. Turner and son, got the same easy, finger-flick brilliant beauty fornusivesatl'oupe

\ Kenneth and Miss Martha Collins shifting as in the most costly Buick.And and "step up"to -Seda. sa
of Lake Butler were buslnell8vlsitol'll the the car you've -'an at.
c ; Coca-Cola has a clean: tingling In Jacksonville Monday. same recoil-mounted KneeAction.soaking .
always wanted.drtvrrdafFlinttlJk6.I '
Mrs. T. H. Sheppard was visitIng up bumps before they reach lra"iportatian .

p taste that speaks of qual Miss in Jacksonville Virginia Daniels Friday.of 'Fort your hand on the steering wheel.You've You! can take a |I rail**?, ttate" and band local m

Myers is spending several weeks trial drive any I ***'' Of a,/), optional

ity. It never fails to please. And with her cousin, Miss Bonnie B. got the same stout BuiCoil time just by I *""' and *""",

e Turner. Springs as every other Buick,and they'll I r"-'klrtl. Priest '"*""
asking cAa"... .

Mrs. Freddie Francis of .. turihout ,
Fort never need lubrication. non t.
,t I / a refreshed feeling follows Myers is the of her Buick dealer.

ents.. .

: that is Miss Virginia Daniels and Miss L .
delightfully satisfying. Bonnie B. Turner were shopping L///
In Lake City Friday afternoon.Mr. __

Thirst asks nothing more. and Mrs. Wilbur Mann of pm CW'
Lake City were visiting friends .
and relatives here Sunday.
A large crowd attended the PUMftAt C* OENMA1 MOTOU VAlUl

PAUSE THAT Christian Church Convention at
Long Bridge Christian Church



Sign at Tefegrapb office.


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r CHURCH; DIRECTORY & NOTES I THERESSABy I GUM BRANCH family were visiting: here Sunday -

Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Ity MN Elizabeth llarnage MEN FROWN I 4,:
--- h --- -- ,- Warren J. Dobbs and William I. ;
Mr. and Mrs C R. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. and P
Rev. Chas H. little eons", Charles and Larrle, of son Bobble, of Sampson City recently
Ughtfoot '
A. a. Rev. Frank Robinson Allen !M. 'lIAr... Church Sunday School Supt : | TOLUS SHOW i I
pastor Su t.tlndaY Pastor Pastor Rev. Fred Yerkes Jr. lit r... Ira Wilson Gainesville visited Mr Moore's spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Betty Crosby and B. H.Ueaaley Mothers of 'teen girls have'i'
.1 Thomas. B. K. Perryman, Rector Sunday< School parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.V.. J. S. Supp. attended age
School OrganistMr Sunday School Supt. 10 o'clockC9CRCU Georgia, been confronted with the problem :
nnd" school U.nrnln8 Gen. Church Superintendentof SChonl B. M. Davis Miss Ella J. Sasse Moore Sunday. Mrs. W. F. Harnage has returned Florida and Alabama Singing of how those girls should "

1:40: A.8..rvlee Church School Church School BUilt Mrs, ,Orgran.it a. C. Miss Beatrice Hersey of Jacksonville home after upending a few Convention In Lake City Sunday. handle the drinking question

11 A. Uau. 10 A. M. Roy Mathews Services Brown OF CHIIIST' was a recent guest of days In Lulu with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and Fred Halalop which Is almost Inevitable when

pUst : IP.nng! Morning Service 11 Worihtp A. M. Church 10 A.School M. Sunday School. Barry Pastor Pickup, I', her parents Mr.. and Mrs. R. M. Carl Dobbs. of Sunny Brook Farm, Miss. the girls go out to parties either
.I..n. .ervl', 10 A. 1(, Bible Study a Hersey.Mr. Mr. Myrtle Dobbs of the Stale Farm ,I
rnigseo Morning: Worship m. | and Mrs. Marcus Connerof at public or semi-public places.
: M.Mting Evening Worship 11 A. M.Sigma Sundays __ 11 A. M. Sermon and The and Mrs. C. and Miss Novis Sapp of thin t
", Service 7:30: P. M. Fridays 7.80 P. Lord's Supper 3 p. m. Sullivan were Rising spent Sunday with Mr. sec or at private homes. Merely tellr '
n" d&1. 8:00 P.M. Younff Peovlfc'a Chi 7:00: p. m. Holy Daya-.lO: A. M.M. evrx :Sunday; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and Mrs. Felix Sapp. tion attended the Singing Con- ing the girls not to drink Is an ",

p.janl.t/ League Meeting; ----_... Crosby of Rising Sunday.Mrs. Mr, and Mr Harvey Edwardsand vention In Lake City insufficient safeguard. The beat .y-,

fl ) oholr Director 6:30: P. M. MISSION HAUL GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored A. L. Sullivan was the daughter of Canal Point are Mrs W. B. Lazenby and Mrs\! thing to do is tell thm why they !

ohn Chairman H. powell Prayer .HeettnvWednesday. 7:30: P.M. Sponsors: by lIIN.J.LI..CE. guest of her slater Mrs. Thomas spending awhile here with relatives O. E. Crosby were visiting friends shouldn't drink.Henrietta ':.

rd Klckkllterne Mrs., F. H. Long Mr. and Mrs Mr. and airs PresidentThe Brown, Sunday and relatives at the State Farm Ripperger gives
J. Rev Frank
Chairman i'. OrganistMr J. T. Qulgley Evangelistic Qulvley Service RobinsonSecretaryTressur.r Mrs. H. D. May and Miss Ida Miss Hazel Sapp of Starke recently sound advice in a recent Issue of ',; j

,d of Trustees I, Assistant. E. K. Perryman Organist, Bible Studv. each each Friday and Sunday Hogan were transacting businessin spent the week-end with Mr. and Good Housekeeping In her article) -1 1 ,
J.., 0. Powell Tuea. evening; 7.JO: evening 7:30: I The Itev Fred Yerkes Starke Tuesday. Mrs. J. S. Sapp. DOUBLE RUN "Lots of People Don't Drink'" ;. ;; I

-- --- By Mr*. W. A. Tyler Says Miss Ripperger: ') ,
--- Sheriff A. O. Andreu of Surke Miss Melba Clemons of Jacksonville ,

was shaking hands with his was visiting Mr and "A girl Is never so attractive 'il i ,
[ Plan Methodist Church State Farm Scouts many O. L. Brown was visiting: Mr.
ptists I friends here Tuesday. Mrs.V.. C. Clemona recently after she has had something aa 'J I k
News NotesThe Plan Hike and Mrs W. A. Tyer all of this she Is before. After a drink or (1'h
pie School, Saturday I II J. F. Hall and C Sullivan were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and section recently. (
I two hair sort of slips likeI: Ia
your /
Ever" visitors to Starke Tuesday. Mrs T. N Norman were business! .
Than Troop 104, Scouts! f Winnie '
Boy : Barker
etter morning service in the o of Jacksonville wig. It gets tired and looks) It.
First Methodist Church last America, met Monday night with D. W. Moore was a business visitors to Jacksonville Friday. was a recent guest of his aunt Your eyes supposed to shine like

flans are being announced thisfor day was conducted Sun- Scoutmaster Bryan Whitfield in I visitor to Jacksonville Mondayand Mr. and Mrs W. C. Conner of Mrs Luvenla Barker. tars, are fixed and glassy more :
by the
Vacation Bible Schoole pas- charge. Also present was the' Tuesday. Rising were visiting Mr and Mrs. "
Mr. and Mrs. Pete like marbles.
a tor, the Rev. Frank Robinson. f Crawfordand 1
I He Rev. L. A. Shepherd, Chairmanof I Mrs J. A. Milliken and child- Felix Supp Sunday afternoon.
Starke Baptistch
held at the was assisted In the evening service children of Hellbronn Mr. Myriads of polls taxen in every
I the Troop Committee who ren of Ocala are spending the
conducted and Mrs. Dick Ellington and walk of life reveal that man do
lasting two weeks May by the young people whose i
with Mrs.
a discussion in which each Mllliken's
of choir sang a special selection and 'I par- RISINGBy daughter. Betty Lou, and Mr. not like to take out girls who ,
The superintendent Scout and Cub The ents, Mr. and Mrs A. L. Sul-
tb participated.
I 311'11. II. II. Lewis anti Mrs. Arch "u
the orchestra under the direc- Ellington and drink Miss Ripperger says, Boysand
will be an expert In talk centered in the first division livan.
school 1 tion of Emmett II children of Starke enjoyed an young men of college age or !
Perryman played of the Scout Law which Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Miss Mrs. Sam Dicks of HawthorneIs !
will be provided says Easter hunt
work and several numbers. A egg at the home of a little over are particularly vehement :
Baptist Sundays trombone "A Scout la trustworthy." Duringthe Ruth Ziegler attended the Christian spending a while with Mr. and) Mia. Luvenla Barker
tbe Florida solo was : I about the subject For one
given by Emmett Ferryman
Arrange- discussion each boy gave personal Convention at New River Mrs. K. C. Lewis. .
i o 1 Department. accompanied on the thing they are never sure what
made to have organ examples of trustworthinesswhich Church Sunday.Mr. Mrs. M. C. Mott and little '
is are being by Mrs. Ferryman. son The Perfect 'Wife the ultimate check will be when
Louise (Lloyd) King as the he had seen. Several examples and Mrs. :Mabry of Jacksonville Marshal of Brooker spent part they take a girl to a restaurant.For .

rlntendent. Known affection- At the morning service next of un-trustworthlness and were guests over the of last week with her mother, In the eyes of the average hus- another thing, and this la
Sunday the pastor will administer breach of trust, were also freely week-end of Mr. and Mrs E. S.
to all children as "Aunt Mrs. E. J. Lewis. band the perfect wife Is one who: even more Important, they are

lit." She la the wife oficle the Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- discussed. Sibley. Mr and Mrs. Raiford Alvarez Gets up first In the morning afraid of what a girl who drinks ,
per, using the full ritual of the Much Interest also Rev. G. E. Cuttthiiw of Starke
was shownin closes '
who conducteda the windows and turns she takes "J
Rex King" and son James of Tine Level on may do. Sometimes up
successful revival here In Church, with choral responses. the announcement that an aft- will preach at the Baptist Church were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ever- the heat. with stranger at the next table.

Stall. Mra. King Is reputed The evening service will be com- ernoon hike, postponed from last Sunday afternoon at four o'clock.J. ett Norman Sunday. Makes sure that breakfast Is on Sometimes she talks) too loud and

one of the beat In the state posed of congregational singing, Saturday, will be enjoyed Satur- J. Brannen of Hampton was Mra. E. J. Lewis left time and busies herself pouring too much. And sometimes she 'I,
e Bible School work, special vocal and Instrumental day afternoon. Each boy will a business visitor to Thereasa, Sat- Sundayfor coffee and superintending the behaves badly quite unintentionally ,
'acation a visit with her W. K.
I arrangements are corn- selections by the young people bring the articles assigned to him, urday afternoon.Mrs. son service while he reads the news- that the boy makes a solemn >
Lewis of and
Id when Starke Baptists will be and a short sermon by the pas- for last week's hike, and boys' Dan Loper and little son, Mrs., Plant Grover City Moore of daughter Ft.- paper. vow never to be caught out with t

feelingly fortunate in obtainher tor. The time for the evening who planned to pass tests In I Frank was visiting In Starke Spends the morning carefully! that particular girl again. ':: (
services of the Church will be cooking and signalling are expected -: Saturday.Mrs. Myers.Mr. planning meals for the day and

services. changed from 7:30 to 8 o'clock. to be prepared, Alpha Lou Holly of Amer- and Mrs. J. C. Ross of going to the grocery to make a Extra for Congressmen' {x f.

ellmlnary plans call for regla- The Troop regrets to learn that I Icus, Ga., Is visiting her brother, Hawthorne were visiting friends personal selection of meats, fruits .

fnn and a giant parade on HEILBRONNBy Lamar Whiddon has begun work- W. C Loper and family. here SundayMrs and vegetables. U. S. Representative Robert L. 'I j

relay, May 4th with, the Mrs J. L. Gnftkint ing at a job that will prevent his I. H. H. Lewis attended n Inspects the house and when Rodgers (R) of Pennsylvania ,4: i,

01 actually opening on Mon- attending the evening meetings, HEAVY REGISTRATION family reunion at Juniper Springs necessary, calls In carpenters tells this one on himself. li...

May 6th. This date it is We are glad to report that but this Scout sends word that Jacksonville, While registration Sunday. plumbers and electricians.. With another Congressman h.

rstood will coincide with Mrs. J. C. Jones I s improvingafter he will keep up his dues and his fell far short of the number Mrs", A. C Shaw of Glen St. Kxumlnes his clothes and suits motored from Washington into I" .t

of the Episcopal", -Presbyterlan being ill for several days. Interest. That's a challenge to anticipated several months ago Mary spent last week with her in need of pressing, shirts to go 1 Virginia one morning for breakfast f'

ol which was such a success Mrs. Lou Thornton is spending ''every' other Scout! I the largest number of Democratsin son and daughler-in-law Mr. and to the laundry for missing but-I at a touriSt home. ; :1:

year, and all of the churcheshe sometime here with her son and Community !Notice! 1 the history of Duval County Mrs Bert Shaw tons and holes In socks. Mr. Rodgers called for the bill. i
city have had this same daughter-ln-luw, Mr. and Mrs. I A large number attended the will be eligible to vote In the May Tommie Lewis of Jacksonville Devotes an hour or MO to writ- "Two breakfasts at 75: cent. '

ngement suggested. The use Everett Silcox. early morning Easter Services at 28 primary elections. Supervisorof the week-end with his Ing letters of thanks or consola- each $1.50." said the landlady. ''t'r ,t
he new annex will greatlyitate the Log Cabin Shrine and en Registration Emory H. Price spent par- tion and Including him In them. Surprised at the total, Mr } t '
D. L. Kite is able to be out ents. Mr. and Mia. J. H. Lewis. '
In the school,
matters I Rodgers naked "are scarce ,
gaged In deeply reverent wor- yesterday announced that 1>9.341DemoCl'ats Gets a bit of relaxation and eggs
work than again after being ill for several The Rev. N. T. King and 11. Ii
enable far ship exercises. Especially well received had registered and flesh! air by taking a brisk walk. down here? I
before. I days.Miss was the choir music. Plansare were thereby eligible to vote. The H. Lewis spent Sunday with E. Puts coal on the furnace so that No," was the prompt reply "

It the meeting of the Deacons Gertrude Gaskins attended. now in the making for a 1938 registration total was 1 34,000, R. Bowers and Miss Lottie How- thd house will be nice and warm "but Congressmen are" ..

1 Trustees of the church on I the egg hunt given at the home Mothers' Day Service for the resi- and in 1936, when the payment of eta of Itoatdraln. .vh n ho gets home.Driven ,

-day night plans were laid of Mr. and Mrs M. L. Thompson I dents of the State Farm Com- poll taxes was a requisite for Mr. and Mrs W C. ( to school to bring the Engraved sympathy acknowledgements. :
I the purchase of new folding at Bootsey's Beach munity. All are cordially invited voting privileges, only about 35- were visiting Mr. and Mrs .onnel'l children home and. If possible, > Inexpensive Bradford -

ii 1''9 for the new annex.: Theyto I Mrs. J. L. Gusklns spent a few to attend the meetings at 000 actually were able to vote In Sapp Sunday drop by for a call on his parentsor County Telegraph,

[ be bought, It is planned, days in Jacksonville recently at- the Shrine. that year's primaries. other relations.
works In silence on It, looking up
minimum.cost- from W, H. menter. here recently, VANDERlilLTlly Tidies the living room arrangesher and
and then to admire him
I now
a member of" the church. L. C. Clemons and Mrs. Gertie "How Can I Cut Food Costs?" Mlns Velma Norman hair and puts on a becoming to congratulate herself upon hay. "

_. the purchase of these chairs, Ross of Raiford, were quietly dress in anticipation of his return ing him while he sits engrossedIn '
newly-dedicated annex will be March .- Mr. and Mrs Allen Howard and) home. 'f':
night. '
married Sunday Katharine Fisher the day's news -MadlHonvillo
leted entirely inside and out 17th. We all wish them a long, ,. children of Gainesville, were the I' Greets him at the door and Inquires (iCy: ) Messenger. \ '

out any indebtedness. Toe happy married life. Uirfitor, Good HiiHirteepiiif isilitate I guests of Mr, and Mrs J. II.I If he Is tired. Retires to

it most delightful. J. F. I Manning and family Sunday I the background while he looks 1\0'1'111
liter has given a piano for Mrs. Edna Harley antf childrenof Answers Some of Your Questions Miss\ Iris Sapp of Jacksonville over the. mail I Notice/ IN hereby given, to. all the
Highland, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- orcclltoi'K. unit rlitlinuntH" against the ,
In the annex also. of Starke Mr Fox "Can ynii tiififril a /.wl&ay. in which I may taftlj' tut tornrri in mynifnl Iill.- was visiting her parents, Mr andMrs Makes auie dinner will bo on estate of William, Patrick west '
ence that are to file your claims ''I
Ellery Sapp Monday. time listens with rapt attention ,
nvitatlona to the Men's Ban- and sons of Melrose and Mr. and It's to !buy low-grade meats. Select meats that .bear i duly sworn to. with County Judge
ofIII poor economy Mra. A A. Edwards: and! child ; Lo anecdotes of his childhood, and (if Jlrnitftiril Cnunty Klorldn. with
be the
to held evening
and Miss Edith For runi! Mrs Noon Burney the I'acl.' r's or government's Duality stamp. your savory put eight imiiithM from first publication -
112th, to which a limited Parmenter of Starke were visit- stew, meat pies, chopped-meat dishes meat loafs etc., choose such ren. Harry and Marie of It rook er? spare him the ordeal of hearingof hereof or same, will bo barred 11J 11JIn

her will be Invited because Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Par- thrifty cuts as chuck, neck flank or rump of beef neck or breast of veal, were visiting Mr. and Mia. !"' N '' domestic tragedlea. I by utatutn of limitations."
|pace and because of the pur- ing afternoon. and shoulder or neck of lamb. Always ask for the meat trimming: Norman Thuisday I And. at lust! when dinner Is Thin March W A 16th, Colley 1940., Executor. '

of the meeting will be ex- menter here Sunday last I Simmered with vegetables and well seasoned, they make luscious, hearty MIr und hire Call Supp and over, collects the darning and I S-lft 4t 4-ft r k
Mrs. Isom Davis spent Buy beef or lambs' liver-it's cheaper and just aa healthful aa
ped. the early part of the week week In Jacksonville with relatives I ralwi'soups Frequently serve fish "buys." such as cod. haddock quick-frozen family of Hellbronn Springs were L'

hoped that a strong Baptist p'Tch, codfiih: cakes, canned salmon or grated tuna. Don't forget cheese guests of Mr. and Mrs. William i I

fherhooa can be formed out snd egg dishes: fondues cheese salads omelets, etc. Sapp and family Sunday. 'fl -I
of Brooker.
Mrs. C C. Melvin
this The Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman
[ evening together.
Is spending sometime here with "What about milk Although I have to word the pennies, and Mrs F. M. Norman of Vanderbilt I II I
Dr. j. Griffin 4
Harrison \
her brother-In-law and ulster. Mr. I dun't cant to skimp on foods' my 'family should ham tit };
Mr. and
Ida> State Brotherhood Sec- .t dl." were visiting
ry, a man's man who believesthe and Mrs. D. L. Kite. keep Mrs. Eugene Ellis of Worthing- : l

| program of the local Clarence Rhoden of Jackson I t There's a wise mother! Many of us. trying to be I ton Springs Saturday yrY4 ,

ch as all-important will be I ville spent a few days here last thrifty, fail to get into our meals enough calciuman Miss Ruth Alvarez was the
| important health builder. Yet we can get calcium r .r.rr
[main speaker of the evening. I week visiting his father and I economically by using milk and cheese generouxly. I guest of Mr. and Mra Emery r

be Baptist church offers Its I mother Mr. and Mrs. M. Rhoden. Be sure each child gets 1 qt. of milk dally to drink Johns of Long Bridge Sunday

re sympathy to the Rev. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gaskins and 1l p t In or on cereals, or in cooked food. Adults need 1 pt. I' W. Bloodaworth of !Rulford wasi [

p. Allen, of the local Presby- daughter, Gertrude were visitorsto each. (Cheese may supply part of this.) Due evaporated visiting his grandparents, Mr and

n church. In the death of Jacksonville Saturday after- ba.. J or dried milk for some of your cooking: -you Mrs. F. M, Norman, over the
get the same food value for less money Often serve I'
i father. Our deepest symy KATHAHINt ISHIDirfctot thrifty milk soups of beans, corn, potatoes peas week-end. ,
[> love and prayers are his noon.Mr.. M. C. Wilson and grandson of fish. Serve vegetables in cheese sauce; scalloped dishes i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns, who

fur bond of Christian fellow- Robert, of Lake Butler have|; Good Houik fpii>l of vegetables'! fifth, cheese or meat; cheese in salad. I were formerly of Jacksonville
fnsr.rur milk desserts of rico bread have moved to this community,
I moved into our community where and salad dressings; or I
they expect to make their home pudding custards, ice cream blanc manges, etc. j I F. M. Norman und son, Levy, I

scion Hall I for some time "It" but "ri' ,,""P of the shopping tip that' mil kn-p precious/ pennies/ from I were In New River on businessI

Infant Thornton i tiiiniliiiiit shin I nmlt>et?" I Friday. ( "
d Tabernacle Death came to the home of I You'll save if you keep a reminder pad In the kitchen for jotting ; I t 4" 1 1y1
they're used You'll save if you make up your EVERGREEN
M '. and Mrs. Willis Thornton,I! down staples! as soon as up. I
|he chapter on the "Believer's, March 26 ;i market list with your menus before you \Decide just how much of each It} !Mrs. F'. A. Hosier
here Tuesday night. You'll if
Natures" was completed last I I I item you will need by referring to your recipes. save you buy
day and took from their midst their)r staples in quantities as large as your storage space and your family'scatmg Mr and Mrs. Dan Rosier and
night at the Mission twenty-months-old daughter M l-j i I hubiu permit Cocoa, baking powder, jams, salad! dressings ,
These studies in the little I ariene who had been 111 several' salad and olive oils and canned foods are only a few of the items on non of Jacksonville were vlnitlng "
'Rightly Dividing The Word large-size cans or jara. Soap relatives here Sunday.
,, I which you can save by buying in paper .
ruth," by Dr. C. I. Scofield days. towel, etc., bought in quantity are sometimes lower too. Remember ': Miss Lorene Rosier spent Sunday t ,
[proving themselves profitable. Funeral services were held at that pennies saved soon add up to dollars. | with Miss Louise Rosier
the Pine Grove Cemetery Wednesday I Mr. and. Mrs Kliery Redding RIDE WITH
result in deeper knowlof afternoon the Rev. Ear "i; hat can I J i about ','//loue,,' They are lortver a p.o.m.Avoill / I pent Sunday with Mrs II. K.Keddlng. .
Scriptural truths unnecessary leftovers by knowing how much to buy for your
I help to clear away a mass of nest Griffis officiating. family. When you do have them, chill them covered, and deliberately I :'
neous beliefs The next chaps Everett Slli-ox Dies work them into the next day's menus, or the next. If it's leftover lamb, Russell Redding, Roy Morgan ': 1' 3
I entitled "The Believer's This community was shockedlast try croquettes. stew goulash Iamb curry, eta If It'. beef tbe right and Louise Redding were visitors ) ,

|e and! Standing." Thursday afternoon whenwe answers are: ha h. croquettes, stuffed peppers, etc. If it'* a vegetable, I' to Lake City Sunday. .+
it with the one for tomorrow's dinner; make It Into a cream M. Roster spent :
learned of the death of Everett combine Mr and Mrs. .1.

Mt Friday TABERNACLE night the group of Silcox. Although h e had etc.soup If; use it's it a in fruit salads mold; add it it in to gelatin your aalad for dessert dressing or;salad.serve Or It creamed serve i it I Sunday with It. E. Rosier and Enroute NORTH by BUS "i

p8 people from the Florida been 111 for about three days, his over cake. If its egg yolk., hard-cook them in boiling water, then mince mother

Institute led by Gra- condition was not known to be and use in sauces salads salad dressings sandwich fillings etc. Mrs. Maggie Forsyth la visiting Meet Spring eaioul North this year la the comfort a.d ease ei a Florida:

and Ponzl Billy serious until a few hours beforehe allowance In bounds and still ftvo the family the I'I her slater Mrs. Daisy Prtngle. Motor Line. Zephyr bua. Travel scenic highways through the. heart ei
who food
Pennington, Mr. Silcox had "I/OK; can I kn p my Mr. and Mm. J Q. Rosier were the Historic South taking your choice) ol picturesque routes. II lot a I '
been passed away.
here before brought for several Judy ,.'ott.inC quota. i l visitors to Jacksonville Saturday. hurry to gel "back horn." make reservations now on ODe of the new.
De service of been in poor grapefruit, or tangerines are Inexpensive, serve them local
song and per- When oranges Louise Rosier Friday luxurious air-conditioned Limited buses -all seals reserved no
I testimony. I years but was believed to be improving daily as. juice, in salads fruit cups fruit drinks, as dessert, etc. \Don't Miss spent stops slowaxi service. Ire. piUowa. hours "ed-.I small extra late
iunday of I up until a short time\ be- squeeze or peel", them", in advances they lose vitamin C. Use lemons freelyin j at the State Farm with Mrs not exceeding 11 You see and enjoy) your trip more by bua. I
night the
subject his death. naiad dressing, I in desserts to step-up spinach etc. Work plenty of i Claude Johns.
lesson! at the Tabernacle was, [, fresh or canned tomatoes or tomato Juice into your daily meals Add themto COSTS LESS THAN ANY OTHER WAY ,
? crowd The deceased was only 33 years tomatoes with other cheap vegetables,
and the Cross. It your soupn or stews. Scallop I! NEW RIVER
rested the various of age and had a host of friends I such as spinach or cabbage. Serve them with liniav. rice mncarom. or lACKSONVII.I.K:: Ill\|l .CIIAKIKSTON.: S.C.' __ I 3.80 ;
that surrounded-groupspa cruel- who will regret to learn of his salin; jellied as salad eta Serve shredded raw green cabbage fre I I By Mr's. O. K.: Crosby" I ATLANTA. 3.30 CII.\IU.OTTF: _, ,3.7 I4,

n. ''death.' He was a good neighbor, queerly, alone or with taw carrots other vegetables, or fruits in salad I 'ISC'ISS.\'n 10.71 RICH MONO 8.33 i
cabbage cooked quickly (8 to 10 min/ the longer the cookingthe ''M. .. O K. Crosby wan home I (
ext Friday night the "service, loyal to his family and friends Or serve more vitamin C you lose Serve other vrgetailea, as well a* bananas, spending her Banter Vacation ); INDIANAPOLISCIIIC'AGO 12.20 WASHINGTON 9.60 \ t
be and kind to every one. and dried fruits often. for u.flo I'IUL.U"I.I'III.11.40:
in apple, and canned after attending school sometime I
charge of
Mr. Gomes
his wife he leaves his I She left DETROIT 11.13 IS.W'OUK ,.' .___._ 12.53
will have for his subject Besides liamrkerptr Pleas tell me "0,. to buy thrifty and heahbfulpegrUhlet" i at Tallahassee. 4 !'
..._ 1.1.70
**t the Resurrection of Christ mother Mrs. Lou Thornton a I / /! a nvticv afterward again for Tallahassee i AKUO.VC 13.'J.1 fUH'IIKSIMt; :
/ I 'lFKI.M: O. 11.10 HALTI.MOKE .. 10.10
rantees to the World." brother. Eddy Silcox two sisters ireens.. green salad green, carrots yellow turnip winter .vhere she will stay eight more I i

r'Xl Sunday night the seventh 'Mrs. Barbara Griffis of Starke | quaih.. potatoes, .cabbage peas and tomatoes are "wise" purchase I weeks. CON WAY'S SI'UVICrSTATIO: ; =" ti r rlacy
I'etty of Mac- prices Market vegetables (In season) arc usually ,
versary and Mrs. Rance Watch local market Mr. and Mm John Heaxley
of the Mission Hall Buy them yourself I Then you can check on fre>hn"ss, 1 C'onuny, AgentLORIDAMOTORllNES ern1cp
will\ be observed. The clenny.; better and and cheaper bargains. Keep perishable vegetables in your refrigerator and Don, 11. II, Ht-nuley. and Mr. I .
fn will program I Funeral services were held at qual.ty. skins and Mra. Marvin Keiusley and
give a of con.'crve vitamin C. Cook vegetables in their or pare thinly. I
and recitation commemorat- the Dyal cemetery with the Rev. Steam to or bull them covered in 1 in. of boiling water Don't pour food Bon, Jack all of Tampa were

the occasion All are Invited Earnest Griffis officiating. value down the sink. Use canned and quick-frozen vegetables whenever guests of .3 tend the can. They're richer in minerals and vitamins than many market Johns of this section recently.
service and assist you
I i itr. canned vegetables such as peas, boil the liquid
celebration Ticket made at Telegraph -. vegetable In heating I Mr and Mrs. Carl Wynn and,
of this mlle- Berry
| half, add Uw peas and heal. You save food value.
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ment and despair. They were Fit Your Hats to Your CoiffureThe

The Bradford County Telegraph restless, without hopes .or bewildered'i THE POCKETBO '

Eatabl1Nhed 1877 future. Many of them had never had al

job. They saw no hope of improving their KNOWLEDGE %
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered an Second T ,
condition and were inevitably drifting to- S
Class"' Mutter at the Post Office at Starke, Flu. O9b) xA?
ward lawlessness. Here was a great human

resource being wasted.At .
{ ME/\.bER the same time, our natural resources '44 ;' :
were also being wasted. Fires were des- _
r ,.
_'!. ot4.a 7OtLdi troying timberland an derosion was wearing ; '

E. L. Matrtiews ______--____- Editor and Owner away farms. Our National and State',Forests r w N cNIHA, AN
.' and Parks were not serving the American Give APPROPRIATC AN Aaeo RFUnv GIFT TO
.f 7 public as completely as they might, for a COFFIN/
Yearly, 91.50; Six Month( 7 Payable Advance I
lack of man-power to develop them. The ;

Advertising Hates on Application CCC brought the man and the job together. 01! BLUE
e p0/NT ._, ,.
I Don't Let Yourself He Frightened The CCC has done much good work in .. OYSTERS ARC

;' By the Longest Ballot Bradford County, with the construction of ATOWN NAMED AFTER ON

t needed roads and the development of fire \ 06 MANUFACTURING COMPAH/ LON3ISLAND WHERE
When you go to vote on May 7 and are ALONE HAS SPENT MimI THAN NATURAL BEOS OP
: handed the longest ballot you or anyone protection. We are proud to have a camp ; fr 93OOOOOO FOR SOYBEANS FINDING. HEW USES SMALL Qyslase DeilCIOUS w555

J else has ever seen in the State of Florida, still located in our midst, near Brooker, and WHICH HOW APE AS QO MILLION FOUNI

J,. don't become panicky and leave without this seventh anniversary event would be a BUSHEL ANNUAL CROP
making your "X" marks. fine opportunity for citizens to visit the

In an effort to show that the present camp and become familiar with the work II

., method of choosing delegates to the national being done by these able-bodied young men.

, f Democratic convention is "ridiculous," a O

Fort Myers newspaper man signed up 57 That Important Factor: Personal MagnetismFelt

candidates before the qualifying deadline. by Crowd Here Tuesday Night

f' These entries, together with those who had Francis P. Whitehair, most-discussed,

'f it! already qualified, will constitute a list of most widely publicized, and admittedly one

i 144 candidates for this honor, and ,only 18 of the leading candidates for the Democratic l BUSINESS DISLOCATIONS

are to be elected. nomination as Governor of Florida came RSSULTINd FROM THE
I':. The long list of would-be delegates will to Bradford County Tuesday night. A RECENT! SURVE-'_ ;. WORLD THIS COUNTRY WAR COST OVER
new coiffure, chic and practical, Is high on top, low In tHDICATK THAT $
i cause the official ballot to be about eight Without going into the merits or demerits 1 MILLION JOBS
back and brushed up at the sides. The effective one shown ..< INDUSTRY WOULD 88 INOAMUtRED! BVASIC -
of Mr. Whitehair's candidacy attempting
than before. In 1936 ,
inches longer ever above has shoulder length hair and sweeps it back from theears CMAHOE3 IN TUB U.a MTENr SVSTEM.
there only eleven men and eight to say what kind of Governor he
f and fastens the big soft curls with combs. The three
; women for this office. would make the State of Florida, one fact spring hats are by Sally Victor and fit nicely over the coiffure

'b Whether or not the Fort Myers stunt was instantly obvious: Whitehair has per- without any bother or fuss. Excellent .Witness. u. __

I will accomplish its purpose, we cannot say. sonal magnetism. He has "color" and the thin Judge court: "Have who you will any vouch one for 111/i/ THEIR HEALTH

We do know, however, that no matter what ability to fire the imagination and hold the LA JVTEY Object of Sympathy your character?" I. M.HIAlTHVv
We plumbed the depths of hu- 16 years ago, a benefitof It
the it will be lesson attention of his listeners. He makes a Defendant: "I have your honor
results an ,
lamb stew bread
By William (Bill) riununer man misery the other day. Herein and<
,j and one that will give many a Florida cracker-jack speech and quits talking at the ; Stuart, believe It or not, we -the sheriff over there. was served in Boston at I
Sheriff: "Why, honor,
voter terrible headache. psychological moment when his audience is Strawberry' season officially met a young woman who had not j your plate for starving chili
',. a opened here this week. Fifteen don't even know the man.
O still ready for more. He has the ability to hundred crates of Lawtey berries ping painted.ted her whose fingernails hair was a not drip-all Defendant: "There you are Europe.Mothers can raise t

'!. One Who Should "get out the crowd" and to make it "gladit were loaded Into five trucks here I frizzed up like a Congo belle's, judge. I've lived in this county children-and ALL healthy

!' Criminality Begins at Home came." Monday at an average price of whose face was not a pasty gin- more than 10 years and the AMPLE supply of good L
x $3. Prices are showing a rapid white, who did not have dark sheriff doesn't know me yet available., Fortunately,
Criminals, like honest and law-abiding These observations should not by any Increase. Approximately 12,000 I circles under her eyes and who What better character witness do milk is the BEST to be

citizens, have no mysterious origin, but are manner of means be interpreted as an indication crates will be shipped from here I(I I wore a modest dress on the street you want?"-Wall Street Journal. anywhere. It Is absolutely revel'y
;{ "home grown," charges J. Edgar Hoover, that the Telegraph has "plumped"for this week wttH an estimated gross I I. Instead of a snappy beach outfit. morning Rich In vi
Income of 4200000. NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE
We found that this ignorant -It contain EVERY elena
America's Number One G-man who fixes Whitehair. We might feel the same poor
Joe Peele was attending to I I little country girl believed in Northbound build HEALTH and1(;(
f'; responsibility for crime within the family way about the very next candidate who business in Lake Butler Sunday God had no ambition other thanto No. 2 Leaves 5:28: A. M. StopsNo. phone call starts OUR !am

circle in a recent magazine article on juvenile comes along, and we still feel that the rightto afternoon )I marry a good man, raise a I 192 Leaves 6:23: A. M. Flag Supreme Milk & Cream Pin
Henry Godwin was visiting healthy family,. and grow old, No. 108 Leaves 5:36: P. M. Flag
is inalienable DEMAND ITT ion
make his mind the
delinquency. up own relatives In Miami last week. gratefully. Poor soul She will No. 102 Arrives 1:50: P. II.

'Ii, : "Character, good or bad gets its orig- right of every voter in Bradford County J. E. Shuford of Jacksonville probably reach a ripe old age SouthboundNo. GROCERSPETERSON'S

inal 'set' at the dinner table, in front of But we are simply stating facts as we observed spent Friday with his I family without knowing what a thilll It 1 Leaves 11:35: P. M. Stops
here. is to crash Into a ditch going 80. No. 191 Leaves 10:53: P. M. Flag HEALTH BUILDERS
the living-room fire Jn the basement workshop them Tuesday night. Whitehair has
L H. Futch was attending to The wretch seemed hap p y.- No. 107 Leaves 9:30: A. M. Flag Supreme Milk A Crwrhoiu
f' or playroom, perhaps even in the wood- political, "it"-ask the man who heard him. business In Lake Butler Ft'(day. I Stuart Dally News. No. 101 Leaves 7.00 A. M. Stops 174 D

l shed-wherever parents and their children _. -=-0A ---. Harry Trultti;,, Lawtey's most

meet, live with one another, react on one Very Nice Job For Mr. Jones- popular strawberry buyer. Is In: It's When a Poor someone Joke- blushes with ." FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
town /for_
prepared/ a big season.
another," Hoover believes. Very few par- That Is, If He Gets PaidA I i I embarrassment.When Many Years Experience Hakes It Possible for Me to lies
Many "Every four years" visit
I.. k ents consciously and wilfully instill criminalM news item appearing in a recent issue ors have been a e e n walking!I' nomeone'8 feelings are EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

ideals in their youngsters, but criminal ten- of the Florida Times-Union seems to around here lately. Of course,! hurt. MODERATE PRICES
When something sacred Is
dencies outside the home because more eloquent than any editorial that I wouldn't mention any names DcWITT C. JONES
\ are picked up us made to appear commonplace.
Jack Reddick of Gainesville Starke, Florida
r of improper background training, her could be written denouncing the oft-times was attending' to business here I'I When It is directed a g a I n a t

says. inexcusable extravagance of the Florida last week. someone's infirmity.
When It is uttered In a bitter ,
s' "Boys seek the street and the outside, Legislature Following is the article justas Mrs. E. A. Edwards spent the "THE EXCHANGE STORE"

and become receptive to the criminal ideas it appeared in Sunday's Times-Union: week-end E. D. Rahn here spent with her the family.weekendat I.I spirit.When everyone cannot Join in We buy, sell and exchange

and ideals of tough pals or gangs, usually TALLAHASSEE, March 30.-' Amid his home 'near Lake Butler. the laughter.-Christian Advocate. FURNITURE AND HARDWARENew

-',, for one reason: somehow, whether because the deserted grandeur of the new I.1 4-H CLUB OFFICERSThe and used furniture and hardware for sale at\
House of Representatives chamber, beneath fost-Wnr Morals
( of indifference, ignorance, laziness, or stu- the dome of Florida's seat of Even as the present world 4-H Club had its first all times at bargain prices

[ pidity, the home' and parents have failed." government, sits Nathan Jones of debacle assumes more ominous I I' meeting About Thursday 20 or 25 March enrolled 21.and -Octagon coupons redeemed-

-, That this is true and discouraging Jacksonville Its Ignored and unpaid proportions there Is speculationas are expected to ogress farther
to what the moral residue will "THE EXCHANGE STORE"Located
: shown in the fact that throughout the past 1939 sergeant-at-arma I this year than last.
be after the have been silenced
Jones gaily bade the legislators guns Officers were elected. The out- between Hollingsworth's Shoe Shop and
year the largest number of individuals arrested JJ and shrewd men around a
that' come: Lucian Connor-president, Orange Blossom Cafe.
good-by last June, Jubilant they
conference table have imposing
by fell in the 19-year-old signed -
ages group Ralph Nettles
had given him the job-at $6. a day, peace documents. DAVIS GASSKTT. Manager
while those 18 years old were second. One Included-of keeping their I C. Smith secretary.
4. Sundays After the present tragedy, there
| out of every five persons arrested was under 1 house In order until the first ,fall of will be the usual moral degeneration -;

,,"/7 21 years of age. tit the gavel in 1941 a relaxing of standards that

|:, "The greatest of all recipes for crime 4. It was an unprecedented commls- will tax succeeding generations.
prevention is understanding of .y$ slon but the representatives apparently Society In the United States
$ boynature
which Includes Polk
county as
believed the State's big Investment In REELECTR.
\ by older people, especially parents. It is ... the chamber warranted the employment well as some" remote county in
Oregon-still Is paying for the
\ chiefly from homes where misunderstanding of a special custodian.
'. { world war, as witness the large I
or indifference occurs which drive boysi '? But the legislators and Jones also,. number of divorce cases, the

i< into haphazard relationships outside, that -l had reckoned without Governor Cone. large number of delinquent child-

Ir,> the men are recruited whom we of the Fed- The governor, In effect said: ren and the general tendency to
Tf' "The constitution of Florida delegates get by, no matter. the provisions
f qral Bureau of Investigation later know, jif maintenance of the State's capital of the law.
4' and conduct nation-wide hunts for kidnappers ,
as "% to the Secretary of State. Mr. War shatters social values

\ murderers, forgers, thieves, rap- ,:g Robert A. Gray. I find no mention of throws Individuals oft their bal .,
\: Lsts, and other public enemies," G.-Man A' specific custodian or :Mr. Jones. ance makes the bauble of the
present seem more Important
f Hence I'll sign no warrants for payments -
\ Hoover asserts.
than the viability of the future. I
: "The threat of criminality has to be 1 to him. War Is the opposite of' civi-
f And he haxn't to this day.
lization. The United States suf-
-J. lought on every front where it shows its
J The 1941 regular biennial sesHlon of fered a eve r e moral setback
head. But it is too bad .
that have
we the Legislature will open one year after the world war from which
f' to ruin so many lives that could be useful from next month and Jones will have there will not be recovery for a

1 simply because the right influences are not due him approximately $4.00-a tidy long time. Government hospitals A
at the right time." sum If he can hold out that long. attest to this. Better realism and
j? present Everyone--par- synicism on the stage in books 1
Jones l Is the 1941 Houseof
}11 ents, taxpayers, and possible victims off banking on in manners, and In business and
Representatives to get him his politics attest to this. ,
criminality-must enlist in this
war on
meanwhile he H
money, says: Until men are able to master
crime, he says, adding: : "The greatest viet "I'm Just sitting tight. mental and spiritual potentialities -

C tories against crime can be won before individuals except that which involuntarily comes to the lamentable evils of war I
t become criminals." will be recurrent/-leaving in their .
the lips of serious-minded taxpayers of the '
\ wake a bleeding, bewildered and
-- --O
State of Florida.It .
agnostic society. Lakeland
| Visit the Camp at Ilrooker O Ledger. '

t On CCC' Seventh Anniversary is human nature to believe that far

'I* Today, April 5th, marks the seventh fields:' are greener than those near at hand, Commandments 1, Thou Shalt have In Rhyme no more gods A. [Lex] GREENTO

anniversary of the founding of the Civilian but in spite of this fact, we hope that those but me.
|j Conservation Corps. To celebrate the day. who go for Sunday outings will not entirely 2. Betore no Idol boy thy knee .

all CCC camps will hold open house and the overlook our own Gold Head Branch State 3. Take vain.not the name of God In CONGRESS

public is cordially invited to visit them and Park, which is so near at hand, and whichso 4. Nor dare the Sabbath Day pro-

see how the boys live and learn of the work many residents of Bradford County have fain. CAPABLE FAITHFUL
5. Give both thy parents honor due --- EXPERIENCED
they are doing. not as yet visited. It is especially beautifulat 6. Take heed that thou no murderdo.

Created during the blackest period of this time of year when the dogwood is HE HAS HELPED TO BUILD

the depression, the thought behind the con in bloom along the deep ravine. The attractions 7. Abstain from words nnd deeds HIS DISTRICTPaid

ception of the Corps was the conservationof of other parts of the state are 8. Nor unclean steal; though thou are poor I

human and of natural resources. Hundredsof better advertised, perhaps, but few can out- and mean; For Ily Friends of R.
I A.
thousands of lads had come to young class Gold Head Branch when it comes to 9. Nor make an evil lie nor love It. (Lex) Green

manhood during that period of unemploy- natural beauty. ., 10. What covet.Is thy neighbor's do not I I

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