Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1946
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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Official County Publication Established In 1877

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Engages March Carden of To Dimes Head, Arrests Made By City And County Contract For New Signed School BusThe Board Authorizes Firm To Prepare II

ity Grader Starting Bradford County Jan. was 14th reminded Reach New High Mark In 1945Crime tracted County for the School purchase bus Board of a con-48-its Preliminary Planning For Hospital ,

this week that the annual Marchof passenger school during
Workcity Dimes campaign for funds to in Bradford County murder, 3 for Indecent language, meeting In the court house here Tile five-year-old dream of a:

Street wage the war against Infantile reached an all time high In 1945 3 for transporting cargo for hire Monday The vehicle will cost 14-Month-OM Girl Bradford County Hospital took a i

paralysis will begin January 14th with a total of 638 arrests made 'without permit from Railroad $2,314.95 and will be supplied by Killed In Accident major Step forward toward realisation !

Council, convened for and last through 31st. during the year by City of Starke Commission, 2 for trespassing, 2 the Rivers Body Factory of Jack Monday\ when the County
session of the new year This humanitarian idea and county police officers. for parking on highway, 2 for sonville. It was not decided which Tuesday AfternoonA Commissioners, during their first !
great was
11 Hall Tuesday night, dls- first conceived by the late Presi- Women claimed a sizable portion -! vagrancy, 2 for incorrigibility, route In the county will get the meeting! of the year In the courthouse -

the progress of current dent, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, of the county crime spotlight 'and one each for Mgery, arson, new bus. tragic accident Tuesday afternoon here signed a contract

_?, operations now under who himself had suffered Infantile In 1945 and 105, or 16 percent, 'passing worthless check Immoral The Board also appointed B. coat the life of little Rose with Reynolds, Smith and Hills,

ion StarUe's unpaved streets. paralysis and fully realizedthe of the persons arrested were mem- I conduct, robbery, passing school L. Hinson of Hampton as trusteeto Ann Moore, 14-month-old daughter I Jacksonville archite c t u r a 1 firm,

the clty'a dirt side streets bers of the fair sex. In 1939 only i bus, dellnquence, lottery, bigamy, fill the vacancy created by of Mr. and Mrs. Cornellous for 'Investigations, reports and

connecting of roads were vlr- from pain this yet and unconquered suffering resulting disease. I five precent of the delinquentstaken I killing squirrels on an off day, the resignation of W. H. Griffin. Moore of Hellbronn Springs. recommendations for acquisition

impassible due to the Into custody were female. operating a business without license No other business came before The accident occurred about design! and construction of a hospital -

of road maintenancement Van H. Carden Is Bradford Whiskey! as always, was the and manslaughter.A the short meeting other than the two o'clock when the baby's maternal ."

age+ here during the past County's chairman in this nation- root of most evil-doing In 1945 tally of arrests made by city reading and approval of the min- grandfather, L>. A Judd The architects are granted 18
wide drive, and stated this week utes of the December Board session. of Starke, was departing from the months In which
to the
with 327, or one-half, of the 658 police In Starke In 1945 was COm- ( begin sur!
Lcltaan E. W Hayes statedthe that the March of Dimes coin arrests directly or Indirectly at- plied from the city criminal docket Moore residence. The> tot, un vey. At present no plans, tenta-

[ Council was successful cards would be placed immediately tributed to alcoholic beverages. on file at city hall in the office noticed, wandered under the tail tive /rites! ORt estimates, or funds

lay in renting a road grading in the hands of school children However, crime paid off to city of Marshal A. L. Alvarez, gate of the pick-up truck thegranrlfathel' for the hospital( exist.
and the coin boxes would be Drive The
line from the Bradfordty placedIn and county coffers to the tune of and shows that 70 women and Clothing was driving. Under the contract Reynolds
Board of County Commls11 all stores over the county. He $13,759.22 collected in fines and 344 men, a total of 420 were child< was Invisible from the Smith and Hills are to study and

for a period of two weeks. added that this year members of bonds during the past fiscal 'year, booked for crlm 1 n a 1 offenses. truck's cab and when the driver report ou the hospital problemsand
atLr his committee would canvass the Twenty-seven women were arrested Under 'Way HereA backed the vehicle from the drive need of
Ll! he added was fixed making the city and county law the county, recom-
business houses the drive. onto the hard road the
during as "disorderly" and 20 were way mend
day plus the $4 dally sal- enforcement agencies largely self- construction plans In detail,
f the operator. This was cit- The drives are sponsored, and supporting. picked up for "Immoral conduct", wheels passed over the little girl'sbody. estimate costs, represent the I'
box In the Post-
was placed .
L a very reasonable rental In national funds administered, by Wrongdoers during the period while 8 feminine offenders were county in transactions with financing
Chairman D.
office this week
arrested for drunkenness, 7 for by The baby, atlll living, was Im
that other grad- agencies assist, In receiving
[ of the fact the National Foundation for In- were booked on 37 types of crimInal A. Monteith to receive contribu
5 for 2 for mediately rushed to the Florida
quoted all vagrancy fighting md awarding constructionbids
J machine owners fantile Paralysis. Obviously, the offenses, ranging all the way tions for the Victory Clothing
State Prison Farm
2 for drunken hospital near
$88 selling whiskey, supervise construction, inspect -
I of 811 per hour or per from murder and manslaughter to
cards cannot this be mailedto Collection that began all over the
year driving, and one each for posses- Ralford but died five minutes and recommend final acceptance -
President Roosevelt as they "killing squirrels on an off day. U. S. Monday and ends January after admission.
sion of moonshine, reckless driv- of the completed build- V
the deterlorat- In the latter case the one culprit
worK on 31.
ader the
in the
were past, consequently I ing, not cleaning premises, carryIng Countyv Judge E. K. Perryman
ItieeU Tuesday morn- filled cards will be assembled by was fined costs of $4.23. : Ing.The
began The United National Clothing
[ A of the criminal concealed weapon, and operating stated that no( inquest into the contract awards the firm
survey county
Lnder the personal supervision the to local Florida's committee Foundation and forwarded head-- docket, on file In the courthouse' music box after midnight Collection last spring provided for girl's accidental death was in : as Ulelr profit a sum equalling

councilman Paul Bridges, office of County Judge E. K. Male offenders numbered 138 clothing shoes and bedding dicated.In six percent: of the total construction -
in Orlando. Half of victims in
quarters 25,000,000) ) war Europe,
man of the city's street come Bradford County's contribution to Perryman, shows 238 arrests, 209 for drunkenness, 71'for( disorderly and China. There Is addition to her parents, Rose coat of the hospital. The r
| First street to feel the I men and 29 women, were made by conduct, 57 for gambling, 32 for the Philippines Ann is survived by two brothers, contract anticipates that an application -
the drive will remain in the countyto still a need, and Henry J.
|ht of much needed repairs i county law enforcement officers fighting; 17 for reckless driving, great Billy and Glenn Moore, and by a will be made to the Federal
be used the local committeesees Kaiser heads the
as campaign.
i the earth roads adjacent to In 1945. Drunkenness led all other 7 for i-o spsson! of moonshine, 6 again slater, Jean Moore, all of Hell Works Agency for .advance
fit while the other half is "Whatcan
goesInto Again, the question :
ford County High School. the national fund. causes with 28 arrests, 24 were for vagrancy, 5 for driving white that they can bronn Springs. The child was planning funds.
Intoxicated! two each for not you spare born at Hctlbronn on November
I Council expects to( repair a arrested for reckless driving 23 wear." The Commissioners unanimously
for drunken driving 21 for the cleaning premises and attempted 1O, 1944. Mr. Moore In an employee signed a resolution autho-I"ing 1
Irlty of the unpaved" streets J. R. Halligan possession of moonshine, 20 for I burglarly and one each for sell- Mr. Monteith stated that a collection of the Camp Blinding fire the Board's Chairman, M. O. Barren

he end of ,the two-week rent- Ing boltta, selling ;whiskey, pos date will be announcednext
Died In CaliforniaFriends breaking and entering, 15 for department. and Clerk, Arch J. Thomas,
(eriol assault and battery, 14 for the session of whiskey, prowling (peep- week and on that day, the Funeral services were held to represent them In all future

e Hill Williams, Lake Butler here will be saddenedto sale of liquor, 10 for gambling, ing Tom), operating a disorderly Boy Scouts will make a house to Thursday afternoon at two o'clockIn matter pertaining to the hospital.

ney retained by the Council learn of the passing of James 10 for driving without a license, I. house, making U-turn in middleof house canvass and pick up all Union Primitive Baptist Churchat Attorney Named
which contributors are
Iraft a city employees' pension Robert Halligan in a hospital at 9 for larceny, 7 for driving with a street and larceny.The clothing asked to place on their front Heilbronn with the Rev. Leroy The Board appointed R. A.

ante for Starke, appeared Whittier, Calif., on December 18th. improper license, 7 for assault county's income from fines in acc ible location. Wasdin of Graham, officiating "t.e,," Green to succeed T. Frank
re the body and stated heEd Since the death of his wife in with Intent to murder, 5 for and bonds for the fiscal year Oct. porches or an Interment was In Dyal Cemeterynear Landrum as the County Attorneyand '

complete the draft within 1938, Mr. Halligan's health had carrying concealed weapons, 5 for 1, 1944. to Sept. 30, 1945 was $7.- Clothing will be stored In the Heilbronn. The Key-McCabe County Prosecuting Attorney

1 weeks. The State Leglsla- failed steadily. disorderly conduct, 4' for non- 570.22. Starke collected $6,189.00 American Legion Hall until the Funeral Home of Jacksonville was during 1948. The position of

during the 1949 session pas Mr. and Mrs. Halligan with I support, 4 for fighting, 3 for in fines and bonds during the end of the drive. No goal was In charge of arrangements.RuettelHGreen County Attorney pay a retainer f
announced for Bradford Countybut ( i
|a local bill authorizing: Starke their three ions moved to Starke shooting into a dwelling 3" for same period. Chairman Monteith said the fee of $97.80 per year, while the

augurate. a pension- ". .system J .- about SO years ago and Jived>fir ""1- response 'was 'very 'gratifying .in "' Job ,.M,.:Jaraeecutfaig"4atatney" 'Toys *". '

Ita employees. several years in the home now 'drive and the same (25 per month plus an additional
the last For Board
Filed : year
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Divorce Suits In Past, Year magnificent generosity is expected .! $:J fee for each conviction.

her Transferred Green. in thIs one. Russell IT. Green, Jr., well- Dr. W. B. Parks was reappolnt-

By those who were so fortunateas known resident of till Brooker ed CuntI'hyslclan at ..,salaryof
m Health. Unitr. to have known them Mr. and Far Outnumber Marriage LicensesFlorida Rites ThursdayFor section, announced yesterday his $180 for 1016, and Ernest Byrd

> J. C. Miller reported to Mrs. Halligan will be rememberedas candidacy for the office of mem was reemployed as courthouse
having taken an active interestin Jesse J. Silcox ber of the Board of Public Instruction I Janitor. The Commissioners authorized
hlngton, D. C., Monday, Jan. divorce lawyers are tions.
all affairs which were for the from District 3, com the payment of 1133.34 to I
[er serving as Bradford Coun- giving Cupid a run for his money, To circumnavigate the new state Silcox died Wednesday ,
betterment of the community.In I Jesse! J. prising the voting precincts of the Bradford County Health
palth Officer. for the past both Mr. and Mrs. Halliganwere and winning, if Bradford County's law many couples obtain marriage night at his home two miles east Brooker, New River, Graham, and Clinic/ during the next four ,
and divorce figureson licenses In Georgia where, as out-
1945 marriage Blan-:
of Starke on the old Camp months.
to be found sterling char- Hampton, subject to the May primaries.
Dane of the State Board file In the courthouse here are I of-state residents, they are not He was 61
acter which remains undimmed( by ding Highway. years. The Commissioners agreed: to !
Health) said the reason for the of any barom e t e r of the marital required to have health certificates of age and death followed an Illness i cooperate with Starke's City
the passing years. Mr. Green Is native of Brad
sferral of Dr. state of the nation. or wait out a time lapse.Of Prior a
Miller was the Mr. Halligan Is survived by two of five years' duration. i ford County and has spent most Council In every way possible' In

that government funds which sons, Francis R. Halligan of Whit- This week a survey of marriage the 468 licenses, 409 were issued to his last illness, he was a well i of his life at his farm, home near grading the city's deteriorated unpaved -

s been available during the tier, Calif., and Everett L. Waldof record kept in the office of to white pairs and 69 went known carpenter and contractorIn Brooker, He will make a formal side, streets In the near

emergency have been dlscon- New York City. County Judge E. K. perryman re- I to colored couples. Service men,, and about Starke. I announcement at a later date. future.
|cd for this county. He also vealed that 468 licenses to com- mostly from Camp Blinding, applied Funeral services were held I The Board received and approved

ei that there are tight vacan- mit matrimony were issued In the i for 344 (328 white and 16 Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock the reports of the County

I In the state for civilian health Another Date Set county in '45, but setting these colored) of the total and civilians from the Kingsley Lake Baptist New Gift Shop Judge, County Agent, and District -

fere but an effort .Is beinge For Red Cross MeetThe figures in the shade were the 725 accounted for the remaining Church, of which Mr. Silcox wasa la AnnouncedA Welfare Board prior to adjournment -
to obtain an officer for this divorce suits filed with Clerk of 124. (81 white and 43 colored) of Deacon for 33 years. Inter-

ty.Whlch is at the head of Bradford County Chapter the Circuit Court A. J. Thomas the licenses. ment followed the services In the now'retail store Hope's Gift

lotto be supplied. of the American Red Cross will\ during the same period.A The marriage license file Indicates Silcox family lot In Kingsley Lake Shop, featuring china, pottery, Methodist ChurchThe

meet in the Chapter offices located deeper look into the situation that grass widows and Cemetery.He glassware and lingerie, will make

{Shaped Egg at the Starke Armory on quickly discloses however, that widowers are not matrimony shy is survived by his wife, Mrs. Its debut Monday in the former M"thodlnt Church is now

Tuesday, January 22, at 4.00: p. the outlook for Bradford County for In 162 applications ((151 white, Leslie Lee Silcox: by three sons office of the late Dr. O L. Haynes In the second phase of the Crusade

'n egg shaped somewhat like m. Judge E. K. Perryman, Chair- matrimony is not nearly so dismal 11 colored) one or both parties C. M. Silcox William Silcox and, on Water Street.Coproprietors. for Christ program. Personal

;ourd has been on display In man, announced yesterday.This as these figures indicate, for were previously married and di R. D. Silcox, all of Starke; by two of the new con evangelism/ is the keynote for the

Telegraph office this week. will be a second attemptfor over 90 percent of the 194 divorce vorced. I daughters, Mrs. R. Garcia of cern are Mrs. Hope Haynes and year 194/* and every Church is

egg has an open hole In the an annual meeting because the suIts were filed by outofstaters Divergently from marriages, the Tampa, and Mrs. V. Monticello of Mrs. Sarah Hope Holllday, both now making definite plans for this
and came from the 90-head quorum of 15 was not present at who established residencesin end of 1945 found the divorce Chicago; and by one sister, Mrs. of Starke. Mrs. Holllday stated great program. Mrs. Flora Noble

It of mixed chickens owned by the first gathering on Tuesday of Florida for the sole purpose of rate rising with December lead- Mary Carpenter of Tampa. that the location of the store in has been secured for making a

Batten. Mr. Batten said he I this week. All persons who contributed taking advantage of Florida's Ing the parade with 79 suits fil The deceased was the son of temporary until a suitable down- religious survey of Starke endorsed -

no explanation of the odd I 'lor more to the last quick, easy, and painless 90-day ed. October and August were the late Mr. and Mrs. David Sil town building can be obtained.. by the official board, and

f* unless It was because he Red Cross membership drive are divorce laws. next with 72 suits each, then came cox, and was born February 28, every department of the church to .

the chickens from a gourd." eligible and urged to attend. For our out-of-state friends this January with 64, November with 1884. in Clay County. The DeWitt Recent Births having a part In the survey

Is, no doubt, a cozy arrangementfor 61, July with 60. May with 58, C. Jones Funeral Home was In The Rev. W, J. Church well will
of September with 57, short Feb- HANDIl.V SUE STRICKLAND speak Sunday morning on -
combining the business charge of arrangements. personal
L To Appear At Tabernacle rid of an unwanted spouse ruary with 52, April and June Mr. and Mrs. Clyde( W. Strick evangelism. Young people will
_____,. with the pleasure of a three- with 51 each, and last came March Rotarians CompeteIn land of 527 W Hancock St., Lakeland meet at 6:19: for recreation, lunch
,<'>. with 48 suits filed. the birth of a and The
;.,.' month Land of Sunshine vacation.May announce program. evening ser-
: the .Of the 725 suits, 408 were filed Spelling Bee daughter on Dec. 20, 1945. The vice begins at 7:30: and will fea-
June, occupied
FW' not 1945 by wives against their husbands child has been named Sandra Sue. ture congregat n a t singing.
matrimonial limelight in auth-, and only 317 were entered by H. C. Brown was declared win- ]ltr, and Mrs. Strickland are for- Prayer meeting Wednesday evening I
with a total of 61 marriages their better ner In an old-fashioned spellingbee
husbands against followed
mer residents of Graham. :, by choir practice.
-" orized to June's mere 42. halves indicating that women are held at the Rotary Club Wednesday -

March with 37 marriages, July the most chronic complaIners. and was presented witha G.UL M.tZKLLK EUWARUB

J&.Mi with 51, and January with 49 During the year S568 of the 725 big red apple as his reward. Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Edwards Bible Story Hour

'wt_: ; marriages out paced June as the divorce petitions.were granted, Nat Sternberg received honorabl announce the birth of a There were OS present this weekat
of the
most "romantic" month I and a majority the remaining 157 mention as runner-up. daughter on Sunday, January 6
Community Bible School
twelve. February and April each petitions are still pending. Only Fred Guy, chairman of Vocational in Riverside Hospital Jacksonville -
held each Tuesday afternoon at
saw 41 couples authorized to "get about two percent of the divorce Service, announced that a The baby has been named
2.30: In this Methodist Recreation
hitched" and September and Au- the member will be assigned each Gail Mazelle.HITMAN .
are not granted by
Building. Mr*. W. J. Churchwell
.t'! *" were close behind with 39 and of the Circuit week to visit the business of some
gust court the Clerk ,
1.i Is the teacher and Mrs. Lea Green
; ) a M 31 respectively. I Court stated.A other member and make a brief MT. JOHN Is

Beginning In October however, majority of divorce suits report to the club on Interesting Mr. and Mrs. Edwin St. John pianist.
the birth of daughter
e fell sharply charged "desertion" or "znentalcruelty" facts observed. announce a
the rate of applications and .I Gary Ennis was welcomed into on Sunday, Dec. 30 In the Alachua Mrs. Ida Burton

and in October, November I the club as a new member at this County Hospital, Gainesville. The
December only 21, 20 and 15 mar- II I meeting. baby han been named Bunan. Mrs. Funeral services were held Wednesday -

t riage license applications respec- Buys Barber ShopThe St. John Is the former :Mary Lou < for Mrs. Ida Burton of

tively were Issued. Chapter 22738, Pauling of Hawthorne and the Wal/lo, who died Monday night.
Laws of Florida, 1945, which be- Bradford Barber Shop on Presbyterian child Is the granddaughter of Mr. She was a sister of Mrs. Nancy

BBBl BM BBBBBBgBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI <'&u BBBBsssVHMMB>> BIIII>*"** effective October first and Court St., was sold this week by Church offers and Mrs. V. S. St John of Starke Grimes for whom services were

The Rev the Rev. came both parties applying for James Cannon to W. J. Prather The Presbyterian for Sun- and Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Paulingof held Tuesday afternoon a>t Dedan ,
j. j. China and requires the following program
B Van Hne, of- French Indo to have a and R. L. Morgan who will man- Hawthorne. Cemetery. Burial of Mrs. Burton
ert Clio' licenses
h a.iL en of French Indo China and the Philippines will be marriage certificate attesting age it In the future. Mr. Cannon day, January 11. Sunday School was near Hampton. '

I'y 1ber"acle Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, Jan. lIS, 16, withmessages physician's of syphilis, Is blamed expects to stay in Starke but hasmade with Mrs. Jeanette Young, Super
them free definite plans as yet. intendent, meets at 9:45.: At the Franks Reopens
interest of applica
to decline
rr. Va everyone. will tell for the sharp 11 o'clock morning worship ser- Clute Has .Office
r 1. nine spent 12 years In French Indo China and vice, the pastor. Rev. J. L. West, Vincent Ferara and Frank

,r-experience there. will use for his subject, "Of The Fcrara returned this week from W. T. Clute realtor, announces .
L Cli n*'tt Has travelled around the world during the six yearsService Chamber of Commerce Meets TonightIn Things Christ Left Unsaid." New York City, where they spent that he In maintaining an office tat

1 served several months In the Philippines before The music furnished by the choir the holiday with relative., and 110 East Call St., phone 66. Mr.

Harbor', later being captured by the laps) and finally released will be under the direction of will reopen their popular restaurant Clute recently opened a large office

forces. Courthouse At 7:30 Mrs. E. E. Lansing with Mrs. E. Frank's Fine Foods, this at Daytona Beach and Is
e The : weekend. spending ot his time there.
pUblic ls invited I to( hear this first hind information about M. Davis at the organ. most 1
tWo mission fields 1I




. r returned home via< ''NO. 427 ORDER OF PUBLICATIONANI County Telegraph .hall
S noon. They ORDER OF PUBLICATION NOTICE TO APPEAR this Order In next four Pl"sues. I
Jacksonville where they were supper AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I STATE OF FLORIDA tot: Ralph kl.I
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Farm guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W STATE OF FLORIDA to: Loran Phillips, whose residence In. HE Witness my hand 4nli
State Ansel Mead whose residence Ie Un- North 4th Street, Wilmington North Seat at Htarke, Florida ?"rl"'
McCrary.Mr. known. Carolina. comber 2" 1946.OFFICIAL Ib" t
Established 1877 By IU..,.. Bryan Whit!lelU and Mrs. M E. Griner en You are required to appear onFebruary Ton are required to appear on ( SEAL) A..J. Tho
. e e e s e 4, 1946. In the above named January 28, 1948, In the above As Clerk of said Court.
Editor and Owner tertalned Mr. and Mra. Henry L Court and cause wherein plain
B. I* Matthew named Court and cause, wherein R. H. Duncan 51T Lynch
Fowler and Misses Alva and Net tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County plaintiff scales divorce and restoration Jacksonville, Florida AU,lslN\: ;,
FUNERAL SERVICES Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn of Malden Name. Bradford! 18-28 4t 1-1J IOP
ClaM Matte Edith Grlffls tie Mae Fowler of Lake Butler next four weekly Issues.
Entered Second Funeral services for
and M
!;leveled Weekly on Friday Witness my hand and official seal ..
at the Post Office at Stark, Florida. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim and their guest, Leslie Zles of at Stark, Florida this December
Grlffla, were conducted in the I Missouri at dinner Sunday night. SI, 194S.
Raiford Baptist Church at 2 p. rn. As Clerk of said Court.
Sunday, January 6 by Rev. Wll I 1Ir: CIRCflT' PLOIIIOll COTHT. BltADRORr.COI"MTY. I'M CHAN.CKitr. i Znch H. Douglas, Qnlnesvllle, Fla.

It Seems That. Ham Wilson. Interment waa In Thelma .Tucker Bradneck, Plaintiffvs. I Atty. for Plf. 1.4 4t 1-23 I NOW\ OPEN

Sapp Cemetery. The decease E. 8.' Urudneck, Defendant. CaseNo. IV CIRCI'IT COI'HT.' BRADFORD
in December and burial 4288. FLOHIUAl IX CHAN
statistics concerning Starke anc died early
until the return from
Bradford County compiled and published in firstoftheyear was delayed NOTICE TO APPEAR Iris Corrlne Standfleld.. Plaintiff
mixed emo Tokyo of her brother Lonzle Crif STATE OF FLORIDA to: E. S. ft. Walter Sylvester Standfleld. Ie.
editions of the Telegraph bring forth fls who has recently been dU Bradeneck whose residence and ad- fendant. Case No. 4274
shame some confidence, some< dress Is unknown.You ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
tiona-some pride some ; charged from the Navy. are required to appear onFebruary NOTICE: TO APPEAR STANLEY'SRANCH
4. 1946. In the above nam STATE: OF FLORIDA to: waiterSylvester
fear.On FAREWELL PARTY ed Court and cause wherein plain Standfleld whose addressIs
the credit side of the ledger is the fact that our tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County : Qlennvllle aeorg-la.
safely seated on a nest Mrs. C. H. Cope and Mrs. M. C Telegraph shall publish this Order You are required lo appear on
town is entering: the new year Roberta were hostesses at the in next four weekly Issues.WltnenH February 4th 1946 In the above
of $5.000.000-an item that should go a long wad: my hand and official named Court and cause, whe..elnplaintiff
egg reconversioi home of the former last Thursday seal, at Htarku, Florida, this January seeks divorce, custody
toward off-setting any ebb-tide period of afternoon e n t ertalnlng a small 2, 1948.OFFICIAL support and maintenance of minor
The fact that this stable financial sta friends of Mrs.I. .. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas children. IPradford County Telegraph -
and depression. coterie of intimate As Clerk of said Cou..t.Jo..dan. shall publish thin Order In
tus is due almost entirely to Camp Blanding is shown J. Williams prior to her movingto Lrftzonby St. Dell Gainesville,. next four weekly Inauea
Stark Fla. Attys for Plf. 1.4 4t 1-2B Witness my hand and official
the figures which reveal that back in 1940 < Lulu where Mr. Williams Is
by seal at Starke. Florida, this December
had backlog of only half a million dollars on depOsit now In the turpentine business iv rmcrrr COrRT. DR'JWORnt'OIJYTY. 27th, 1945.
in the local bank and postoffice. With conservative The party was a surprise to the I Ait Clerk of said Court.R. .
and policy on the part of our honoree and the object of the informal August n. Ella, Plaintiff VM Lucy H. Duncan, 517 Lynch Building,
spending a buy-at-home, was made Ella Defendant. Cane No. 4285. Jacksonville, Florida, Atty. for Pit.
citizens this five million dollars could go a long way to gathering OllDEK OF PUBLICATION 1.. 4t 1.25
spot in the postwar known when lovely gifts were I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
financial rough
tide us over many a STATE OF KLOIUDA to: Lucy
to her. Following nnAlWonDll STEAKS
Ella whose residence and address iv "IR'C'IT roniT.rf ---
years. eral! progressions of bingo, sev.1 I IN: 0000 Ifttrgenllne Ave. W. New >l'\TV. FLOIIIU%I IN C1IACKItY. \-
Also on the credit side is the robust total of building which Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. York New Jersey .
Fllllnsror. Plaintiff
Martha Ureffory
You are required to appear on
permits in 1943, indicating confidence on the part of wood Watts were recipients!! February 4. 1948. In the above named VH. Martin Joseph Kllllnger Defen-

business men in the future of Starke. The year's tota high and low prizes respectively,, tiff Court seeks and divorce cause Bradford, wherein County plain dant.ORDER Cue, OF No. 4289.PUHL1CATION

for private construction was $84,725-not a bad showing Ice cream and cake were served Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
I next four weekly Issues. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Martin
restrictions wen to those present.
when you stop to consider that Witness my hand and official deal Joseph Fllllnger, 4 not removed until last fall. At the present time five 01 at Starke, Florida this December Urooklyn, New York.
IIAYRIUE 31, 19 15. You are required to appear on
six new business buildings are being constructed and Honoring their guest, Joe I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas January 25. 1946 In the above named -
been completed. As soon as materials As Clerk of said Court.T. Court and cause, wherein plain- 3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28ONWAY'S
others have just Townsend of Palatka who for
Frank tndrum, Starke: FloridaAttjr. tiff seeks divorce Custody & Control -
become available there will also undoubtedly be a wave I merly lived here, Mr. and Mrs. for Pit. 1-4 4t 1-25 of Minor Child. Also supportfor
Child. Bradford County Telegrraph -
of residential construction.On Emory Townsend of Raiford entertained iv nnci'iT rnrnT. nlt.'IJFOIU shall publish this Order In
the other figures in a group of young people ('ow' 'rY. IIill>.\l IVCKIIV. 11.:11- next four weekly Isoues.
the debit side of ledger are Witness my hand and official
which we can take no( pride. For instance, crime reached with a hayride to Hampton Daniel W. Sefmlonn! Plaintiff vs. seal at Starke Florida, this De-
Beach for a weiner roast Thurs- Dorothy C'yr'RlHh Sessions, De cember 22 1945.OFFICIAL .
an all-time high in Bradford County with a total last week. Those fendant. Cane No. 4271. ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas
and county law day night of ORDER PUBLICATION AH Clerk of said Court.
1945 by city
made during
658 arrests enjoying this outing were Misses AND NOTICE TO APPEAR T. Frank I.andrum Stnrke Florida
enforcement officials.As Carol Crews and Onle Mae Raul- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dorothy Atty. for Plf. IS-2 4t 1-18
Cyr Walsh Sessions, whose addrexnl
might have been expected, liquor furnished the erson of Lake Butler Helen Roland l IS! Koaevllle Avenue, Newark iv: riRffiT roritT. nu.\nKoiii C

fuel in fifty percent'of the cases docketed, and another of Starke and her guest New Jersey.You are .required to appear on COI-VI'Y('.;""''. KLOIIIUIX CHAN
distressing trend is noted in the increasing percentageof Wilda White and Billy Miles of January 28, 1046. In the abovenamed Katie Win bon Phillips Plaintiff Service Station
Starke and Leslie Bradley. SC3-C Court and cause wh..elnphllntlff vs. linlph Phillips Defendant. CaseNo.
cases in which women are the culprits. Here again, seeks divorce. BradfordCounty 42T3.
the local picture reflects a national trend, proving that Jimmie Bradley, Delbert Crews, Telegraph shall publish PHONE 147 RING 2 FOIl SERVICE
Charles and Dewey Thornton, thin Order In next four weekly Is-
FBI officials ministers and others are justified in their "u"".
Jimmie Brown Godwin and Spencer Witness my hand and official
distress over the disintegration of American home and Crews and Misses Mary Lou deal at Starke }Florida this Dopemher O Oil Changing

family life. Yarbrough, Virginia Engram I (OFFICIAL 28, SEAL 1945. ) A. J. Thomas. --c r Greasing
Most shocking of all, perhaps, at first glance is the Ielveen Davis June Caldwell, As Clerk of said. Court.

fact that 723; divorces were granted in Bradford County Doris Moncrlef and Luella Davis. I T.Atty.Frank for Landrum Plf. Starke 12-28, Florida 4t 1-18 Waxing

far outnumbering the 468 marriages that .
last year, During the past week Mr. and iv cmri-iT eot-RT. DR.'JJFOnn Washing
were performed. Analysis of the figures reveal, how Mrs. J. A. Chesser have moved I ( <>! ''''1'. KLOUIIttl IV CIIA.VRefoa j K
('eR: Y. : < Polishing
ever, that a large percentage of these divorces were Into the house occupied by Mr. L. Schwall, Plaintiff, vs. Mar- w
granted to military personnel stationed in the state, and Mrs. G. E. Crews until their I Kuret No.Black 4278. Hchwall: Defendant.Case ,. '' Tire Repairs

who evidently decided to use their residence here to recent move into the house that ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND

take advantage of Florida's 90-day divorce law. The was formerly used as "Bachelor STATE!: NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Dlar.saret ELECTRIC ARC WELDING
mere fact, however, that 725 divorces could be granted rail." Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Tyreare Black Schwall whose residence

ia any one county during one year is an unhappy com- now living in the Chesser Stop Is R.F.D.No. 13 No.H. Petersburg 7. % Mra. Sheldon Pike-,
house. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Illrhmond, Virginia.You EXPERT
mentary on our present-day society and undoubtedlythe AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR
are required to appear on
Pierce moved Into the home va- .
breaking up of so many homes has contributed February 4. 1946 In the above nam
Gated by Mrs. J. E. Ormond sometime OIL & GREASE ,
ed Court and cause wherein plaintiff
greatly to theJrcre delinquency. \ of so many. ....women. ago. 'It_A t seeks' d s. 'Bradford County 1WORKMANSHIP I
t.!*' ( shah ,
and chndr n. J< *. -*' Telegraph publish this OrderIn
Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherdand next. four weekly Issues. e
Yes, Bradford County enters 1916 with some figuresof Miss Mildred Williams attended Witness myt( hand and official Quaker State
sal at Starke Florida, this December
'which we are proud some of which we'are ashamed ; the Orange Bowl game in (: 81, 1945. i! ALL WORK

some of which lend confidence, and !some! which inspire Miami being the guests from Saturday -' As fOFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas on

fear. One thing is certain, the trend which these figures until Wednesday of Lash II. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla. GUARANTEEDYOU Sealed Containers ,
seem to foreshadow means increased problems for Shepherd's brother-in-law and 1011"1 Atty. for Plf. 1-4 4t 1-25

churches schools, and law enforcement officials. ter, Mr. and Mrs. C. iv nnri'iT {t'Ol'11T IIRAI>FOHI>
avlg. On their to :r.lamll iv CIIAIVCFUY.
way rOI'\o'I'Y. FLonniti -
they were accompanied as far as FLORIDA
.Tesslo' Belle Mead Plaintiff vs. FINEST \V.\TCII 'CO OUR
But in spite of qualms instilled by disturbing statis- Daytona by Mrs. Shepherd's Loran Ansel :Mead Defendant. Case CAKE MOTOR LINES BATTERIESTake

tics, there is always something to brighten the pictureand brother and sister-in-law. Cpl. & GREYHOUND
we found it this week in the first pint of lusciousred and Mrs. Brenard J. Williams. I USE

strawberries brought to our office this season; and who, with their baby, had visited BUSSES

again in two huge rutabagas, weighing twelve and 'a bir oral and days Mrs.and were Shepherd then for return-sev- 66Cold TheSTAG For Safety _ISIfII/IJ l ,I I

half pounds together. As long as the soil of Bradford Ing to their home. Comfort & Economy '

County can combine its mysterious chemical elementsto Mrs. Dave Thornton and son, Preparations Phone 147

bring forth such wonders of nature, we have hope Dewey, spent Wednesday and l.lilulii-TMMrlB-Mitlve-Vaiiv" I>r pCAITIOM Care Of It
for the ultimate solution of all our problems. Thursday with relatives and "'..only ". Ulrerted, Carter Bldg., Starke.

r friends In Lake City.J. ra_.,.

1.[. Bradley was in Jacksonville -
Mrs. J. D. Overstreet of Lawtey :
Saturday and Sunday with
"Will you please publish in your next issue the names 1.rr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley and '

of our representatives in Congress and the names of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger. Stand by, please. Have a Coke

the members of the important committees mentionedby At the expiration of his furlough -

President Truman in his speech last Thursday night."I last Thursday S-Sgt. Odell

don't remember the names of all of our representatives authem reported to Camp Swift I PIIUi'Itlil'"II''l( '
indorse thePresident's rexa Sgt. and Mrs. Cauthern lII1I11I :
and I want to write asking them to
were here with Mr. and Mrs. M
policies or "think up" some of their own
C. Roberts during his furlough.Miss .
that are better-more conducive to the common goodof Norma Jean and Kenneth

the American people. Dobbs have returned from Jack- 'Q

"There may be a few others who are as ignorant as onville where they spent their

I am, and who would also write Washington if they Christmas holidays with relatives.Dr. Ii Ii
knew just how to proceed." and Mrs. J. M. Hembree (

The Telegraph is glad to note the interest of this Wednesday were in Miami of last from week Sunday and were until iI, ... 1

farm wife in Washington affairs, and in the hope that I among the spectators at the 1L '

there are many others who would also like to write tour Grange Bowl game.

senators and representatives, we are glad to supplythe Mrs. R. H. Tyson visited rela- _

names of the Florida delegation as follows : lvea and friends in Jacksonville fay t
lIi a.
Senator Claude Pepper and Senator Chas. O. Andrews. for several days during the past Tm 41

:Mail may be sent to them at the Senate Office Building, week.Mrs.
Washington, 1>. C.Xepresentativea. Ruby Waters and daughter -
Ray Frances, of DeLand are 1
Emory Price, J, Hardin Peterson visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rob-
Patrick Cannon Joe II. Hendricks, Robert Sikes, andDwight rts.

Rogers. They will receive mail addressed to Clifford Hayes of Bushnell spent

the House Office Building. Washington, D. C. last week-end with Mr. and Mrs.E. >>

The average person is prone to underestimate the A. Stafford. Mrs. Hayes returned -

effect of letters to Congressmen from their constituents home with him after haying '

. It has been shown time and time again that such lettersdo been the guest of her parents H:1

have a very definite effect. Most Congressmen feel for two weeks. :,

obligated to carry out the will of the people-but they Mrs. Cecil Brannen of Lake

must first know what that will is. The best way to let Butler spent Sunday with her I :
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
them know is to write and tell them. Thornton.Mr. .

and Mrs. R. W. Brannen
and Miss Pauline Brannen and< i.

o Z Mrs. R. D. Whltfleld. Mr. and
2 Irs. Bryan Whitfield and daughter -

Helen were supper guests! of the day's program turns to refreshmentThe
relatives and friends in Jacksonville -

ENJOYS EATING Monday dinner guests at noon crowd's favorite meeting place! There over ice-cold Coca-Cola you
of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davie were
AT Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rhoden of meet friends, swap stories catch up on local news and add your own

The PARK CAFE \Val Billy<1o. Parks has returned to his two-bits' worth to world opinion. The friendly pause and Coca-Cola '

home In Lake Worth after spending -
the holiday season with his go together. There's no nicer invitation to happy comradeship than the

Mra.uncle-ln-law\, G. W. Strlngfellow.and aunt. Mr. and words Have a, Cofc. (So why not Haw a Cole yourself.) ,Coke Coca-Cola

Delicious Regular Meals Mr and Mrs. P. D. Fancher, -Coea.Cola"and It. .bbrevl.rioS!
Healthful Vegetable Plates Sr.. and Mr. and Mrs. P. D. IOTTIIO UNOII AUTHOIITY OP THI COCA.COIA COMPANY IT' VCoks-ar* the ngiiurtd trade

Fancher, Jr., were among those mulu which *
Short Orders viewing the boats stationed at I STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. |I act el Ths "- ol cwpsanodl-

Green Cove Springs Sunday after

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were supper guests of Mr. and LI
Mrs. C. R. Crews Thursday night.

IAWTEY Little Miss Betty Jane Bradleyand
L brother, Lindell! Bradley of
A1r5.! l\llUIlIe Starke spent the week-end with
i r . their grandmother, Mrs. Perry I FREED
e Davla. !
Mrs. H. C. Kelly and
and, David ten River section Tuesday Saturday and Sunday with their
uslness.e New grandmother Mrs. Perry Davis

Philips and Dale Star- R. W. Mosley and Elma Crewswere
olemaa their ..ta.s .- In Starke Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
: hsspending furlough Glover and daughters
parents here. Gladys Sheppard and Mrs. Annie '
was visiting his Mae Mann and baby son, all of
uJi Winifred Rlgdon, last I Hampton, were dinner guests of Fend for Herself
sin, to
Ikend.Ll Mr. and Mrs.: C. R. Crews Mon .
sold out hiserty day and while here were visiting
dheresaad Is moving to friends. Mrs. Mann's husband is .
serving with the army in India.
galey. and Lake Mrs. LonnIe Harley areling Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradlne "' -
to Starke. have moved Into their home, t ,
kidney Shuford has been dls- which was formerly owned! by W. '
service and is with H. Edwards.
Iree-i from ..
parents Mr. and Mrs. John Miss,Ina Forsyth spent Saturday -
Lford. Mr. and Mrs. Shuford evening with Miss Rebecca
la two sons discharged now Brown. ..
I two still In service. Bill Prevatt and Otis Forsythare
eV. J. O. Raulerson and Perry I employed at Ocala,
Ivls were in Jacksonville Wed- Donnie and Ronnie IcSVl'aln.1

Jday.fr.ev.. twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Cullen
and Mrs. J. C. Raulerson I I
McSwain, are visiting their grand-
her sister in Jack-
1'8 visiting mother, Mrs.! Thomas Rhoden, in
ivlllo Thursday. Ft. Pierce.
Mabel Gasque and chain -
Mr. and Mrs Abe Bellott and
Ronald and Carol of Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Rembert Carradlne
Iler were visiting her mother- t
; were supper guests of Mr. and,
law, Mrs. Carrie Gasque last
Mrs. Cullin HcSwaln! Friday
ek. night. ,
I Clyde Prevatt has been disLrged -
Mr. Cullen McSwain of the Don
after a tour of duty over-
Ron Grocery made a business
i3 and Is with his parents, Mr.d to Jacksonville Thursday trip
Mrs. Buddy Prevatt.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bellott
Pfc Truby Rowe, Cecil Rowed
visiting in Macclenny .
I, H. C Crews were in Mac- .
and Mrs. Joe
Forsythe and
Jnny business.Saturday.
family were visiting In Lake But
Rafuse was in Starke
Miss Loca ler Sunday.Mrs. .
iday afternoon. H. C. Crews attended the < 3
I Mrs. Sumpter Harley and son '*
funeral of Mr. Harvey at Mac
Ian, are visiting relatives in :
Innsylvanla. clenny Monday. 4 1 ;Y ;
Pfc. Truby Rowe leaves this
1 We an sorry to report that
week for Ft. Ord! Calif. He has *
Issle Smith! Is sick at this time.
been spending a 30 day furlough
I Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Raulerson
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Rowe.
) We are sorry to report that Mrs. \
: I Evelyn Sasser is In the Gainesville
Hospital at this writing.
OR ACID INDIGESTION The Wainwright Standard Filling ]-
] Station has changed hands
again. It was operated by Mr. .
Moser of Macclenny but Aduff
Beasley of Alabama has taken
over now. The Lawtey HardwareIs
being managed by T. L. WaInwrIght
Instead of Rev. J. O. Raul-

50Carpeater'sDro erson.


-FOR- ,r,

Concrete Block ConstructionAny

Type Building /
/ C
0 Floors 0 Sidewalks 0 Steps

Steel Window CasementsAlso What YOU Can Do! I

Lumber Direct From MillJ. .

MAURICE EDWARDS / HIS tints GIRL is free-to fend for herself! Free-to face a j Get together all the clothing you I
GENERAL CONTRACTOR multitude of problems. can spare ; s

PHONE 94 T Her problems are the world's problems. Let's face them ft"'Take If to your local collection depot I '1 1f

j For instance, let's face the desperate need for clothing now 1/IiiI Immediately ;

in Europe and Asia.'r

IN THE SOUTHEASTMore Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is 100,000,000 garments, 3 Volunteer some spare time to your

people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other; plus shoes and bedding. If your contribution seems negligible, bear local committee. I

this in mind: Every garment you give means one more human being

ItiateIr saved from cold or sickness or possibly death. Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY! 'I

About 25,000,000 people overseas received clothing collected

from Americans last spring. But for every person clothed so far, a V overcoat ir* shoe. V sweater*

dozen more remain virtually threadbare. Your spare clothing will V topcoats v* dresses V robes
V .uitsV / skirts V underwent
be distributed free, without discrimination, to victims of Nazi and
|jackets J gloves V pajamas.
Jap oppression in Europe the Philippines, and the Far East. V pant J caps / bedding

In 'most any town or city overseas there is someone who can

H !C, + translate English. You can help build international friendship by .
The more you do the better you'll.
AIEAxo EEA writing a simple,friendly letter to pin to the clothing you contribute.

-....---. :4 Dig into your attics, trunks and closets today. Dig out all the

Ail e d.--eu.ntn r?,UI.O.,Caw 4f.CA./n.M, N.,1.N.&l d clothing you can spare. Take it to your local collection depot now. ,


Learn to FlyPAY

Overseas Relief/ilL 71b3'o J. KAISER


STARKE AIRPORT This advertisement was prtparttt by the Advertising Council c for the Victory Clothing Collection, and it,po s01'.J b7 .

1.5 Miles South On Highway 13 Main Military Store Koch Drug Store .

'.. Co. Park Cafe '

For Information Starke Coca-Cola Bottling .

PHONE 112 or 63 Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop Jerry's Place ; ,

STARKE FLYING H. C. Wall AgencyCondon's New NICK Method ALEXANDER Cleaners

SERVICE CEO. TSOLIS Grill Alvarez.' Store .

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drinking Coca-Colas for one entire State PresidentIs Hough led in prayer and taking' Scavenger Hunt

11 SOCIETY and CLUBS 1 Wynn-Williamson year I'll say she deservesa part on the program were Mrs. '

An event of Interest to a wide diamond under hose circumstances Guest SpeakerAt L. G. Hemingway Mrs. Hough, I Misses Jo Ann rMnlt 1a

circle of friends was the marriageof and all us other coke Woman's Club Mrs. O. A. Anderson and Mrs. j Madge Brownlee entertain?
'I and fiends will have to doff our hats J. E. Futch. 40 of their friends with
L. A. Wynn of Hampton I a lea
Beautiful Double Wedding Is Event Miss Mary Williamson of Cerro to her amazing display of) will Mrs. J. L. Gray of Lake City, The following committee chair-I ger hunt at the home Of

Of Tuesday Night In Pine Level ChurchIn Gordo, N. C., on January 2. The power Congratulations to State President of the Woman's men and officers were, chosen: Brownlee last Saturday nlchL
ceremony took place at the homeof Mary Lou and Edwin St. John Club was guest speaker at the Literature, Mrs. T. B. Harding; After the hunt and

an Impressive double cere- ered buttons reaching to the waist. the bride's pastor In Cerro who are announcing the arrivalof January meeting held Wednesday Stewardship, Mrs. George Anderson enjoyed, hamburgers gauia
mony performed Tuesday night at The long sleeves came to pointsover Gordo. a baby daughter, Susan, on afternoon In the club house. ; Children's Home, Mrs. E. W. drinks were served and

eight o'clock In the Pine Level her wrists. Her veil, was also The couple left Immediately for Dec. 30 At the present time Mrs. Gray spoke briefly on the Hayes; Treasurer and Slower: outdoor fireplace The aromj

Missionary Baptist Church, Miss made halo style and fell to her their home on Hampton Lake they're living in Hawthorne, while work of the general federationand Chairman, Mrs P. M. Barefoot; assisted by Mr M. :It gory
Emily Irene Lewis daughter of waist. Her bouquet was of white where they are at home to their Edwin is taking an airplane me- especially of their efforts to- Training School, Mrs. W J. Ep- AlST

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis, and carnations'' The brides' only ornaments friends. chanics course In Gainesville ward youth conservation. The person, Sr.; Margaret Fund, Mrs. I J 'uaC'IT' COritT. ants,
of Envy ,item: Ada Lawson's brand club was urged to select a leader L. G. Hemingway; Enlistment COUNTY, KLOHlUltCKHT. IY
Paul Henry Faulkner, son of Mr. were strings pearls, gifts Mrs. Wynn Is a cousin of Mrs., I fa
and Mrs. Ben Faulkner, and Miss of the bridegrooms.The Lacy Wynn of Hampton and is new Bendix washing machine be- for the youth conservation pro- Mrs. H. L. Brownlee; Secretary, Elsie Waldner, Plaintiff v.
Lucille of ing Installed Wednesday afternoonIn gram and to cooperate in every Mrs. J. E. Futch; Program Chair- Robert Waldner, DefendanL J
Mavis Crosby, daughter truest were met at the well known here as she has fre- No, 4298.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby, and door and signed the brides' books quently been a guest of theirs. her swanky new cementflooredwash way with other local organizations man, Mrs. A. E. Wall; Mission ORDER OF PUBLICATION
James Luclan Conner, son of Mr. which were presided over by Mrs. house Proving again such as the PTA, etc., whichare Study, Mrs. D. W. Moore and AND NOTICE APPri'!"

and Mrs J. L. Conner, were J. C. Sapp and Mrs. Robert My- Business Women's that it pays to get there! "flrst- working on constructive work Community Missions, Mrs. W. R. Robert STATE Waldner OF FLORID, WhoRe Ji.?: J,,,
united in marriage. The Rev. W. est" Seems that Ada placedher for the youth of the community.Mrs. Morse. and address Is Jio F. Cro.' 81r

E. Hall performed the ring cere- rick.Mrs.. Faulkner, attractive brunette Circle MeetingThe name on the waiting list more Gray also said that the' Mrs. A. E. Wall closed the busi- Baltimore You are, Maryland.required to aotu.,
mony by candlelight In the pres- graduated from Bradford than a year ago. I American HOME is the theme of ness session with prayer and a February 1l1946. in the
ence of a large gathering of relatives Business Women's Circle the federation during this ad- collection of $9.50 was taken. named Court and cause, k!
High School in the class of 1939 plaintiff seeks divorce
and friends of both met with Mrs. L: A. Canova at Scootle I ministration and the object Is I Brit'
couples. and since graduation has worked Interentlng note from Mrs. Brownlee was assisted by I County Telegraph shan publla,
her home Monday night with 12 1816 the of the youth of the Order In next four weekly '
Duke giving her new address, training
White gladioli and chrysanthemums as bookkeeper of the Starke Dry Mrs. G. A. Anderson and Miss Wltne, my hand and Seal
against a green background Cleaners and for the past six members present! Hernando St.,, Gainesville, and country to be better citizens. Madge Brownlee in serving Ice at Starke Florida, in,
formed a beautiful setting for I months has been employed in the The program topic of the month stating that she and Glen (soon A musical program was cream and cake to the guests uary(OFFICIAL 8 1948.SEAL) A. J. .'
this lovely affair. 'The altar was office of clerk of the circuit court. was "Our Assets for Building A out of the Navy) have set up ed under the supervision present-I' The next meeting will be held As Clerk of said Court n.
flanked on each side by tall white Mr. Faulkner also New World" and taking part were housekeeping and grocery store- A. Z. Adkins music with Mrs. L. G. Hemingway. tf. O. for Frown Pit., Starke Fiord .,
baskets of gladioli and chrysan- Bradford School graduatedfrom in the :Mrs. Joe Wilson, Mrs. R. A. keeping a 1 most simultaneously( taking part were Miss Ona Dem- I Atty. 1-11 It
themums. Burning white tapers High I Green, Mrs. Frank Landrum, Mrs. "At present I'm running the orest, who played a selection from
placed at intervals throughout the I class of 1938 from, and the was recently after Orle Wiggins, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, business, and if we do make any Chopin, and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and I Announcing the arrival .

wedding scene cast a soft glow I serving discharged in the Pacific area.Army Mrs. John Moyer. Mrs. E. L. Biggs money I'm pretty sure we'll be Mrs R. A. Green, who sang a OF PERFECT GIFTS FOR BRIDES
over the entire setting. and Mrs. Canova. too darned tired to spend it," group of old familiar songs.A CHINA SILVER GLASSWARE

Preceding the ceremony a pro- Mrs. Conner, pretty brunette, After the collection of $13 was Scootle opines In her own Inimit- brief business session was "HER CHOSEN PATTERN"AIRS.

gram of wedding music was play- was School a graduate In the class of Bradford of 1943. Since High taken, plans were made for collecting able manner Seems that Red presided over by the president, 3. M. MITCHELL 303 W. MADISON: ST
ed by Mrs. L. J. Green, and Mrs. used clothing for the ;VIc- Monteith Is allergic t 0 DDT- Mrs. E. K. Perryman. Followingthe
graduation she has been employedIn
Simeon D. Phillips sang "Some- clerkof tory Clothing Drive which opened Breaks him out In a rash So program, an informal recep-
the office of the cir-
where a Voice is Calling" and "I Monday. The business meetingwas while BUI Graham was sprayingthe tion was held In order that Mrs.
cuit court and Is ow' deputy closed with that Gray might meet the club members -
Love You Truly". Traditional a prayer windows at Alvarez' the other
wedding music waa played by the clerk. \ each member be faithful in using day Red was doing the dirty Several'visitors were pres-
Mr. Corner, a graduate" Brad- A WORK OF ARTThat's
organist during the ceremony. her assets.The dusty work of cleaning shop and ent for this meeting.
Miss Haven Crosby, sister of ford High School in-the-'class I of hostess, assisted by Mrs. bemoaning his allergies Hear Delicious refreshments were
one of the' brides, and maid-of- 1940, attended the University of Landrum and Mrs. Biggs, served Earl Johnson had resumed his served by the hostesses; Mrs. C.

honor, was gowned in a pink chif- Florida for two years before en- delicious pecan pie and hot coffeeto work In the x-ray department at F. Ward, I\Irs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs.
tering military serviceable has Jeanette C. Mrs. John
the guests. the for Young
fon model and carried a colonial Camp Blanding hospital
just returned from' 18 months Uelow., Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, ,
bouquet of orchid gladioli. the: nonce .
overseas In the Pacific area. Mrs. T. H. Sheppard, Mrs. D. E.
Mrs. W C. Conner and Mrs. WMS To MeetThe -
After mingling with the I r Sadie Lou Wooley (known in Knight, Mrs. C. A. Knight and
Robert bridesmaids
Taylor, wore guests for a short while the two Mrs. Gary Ennls.
blue chiffon dresses. Mrs. Con- Business and Program Starke as Sadie Prince) sends a e
ner's colonial bouquet was of yel- couples left for a two weeks'. wed- meeting of the Women's Society jot! or two from Tallahassee an-

low gladioli, while 'Mrs. Taylor ding trip. of Christian Service of the Bap- nouncing that Mrs. Charles Brock, Baptist WMS Circles
carried pink! gladioli. tist Church will be held next!! Tues- the former Wava Horton (Sadie's

Doyle Conner acted as best man Bill Parker received his navy day afternoon at 3 p. m. Circle Cousin) has given birth to a Met TuesdayCircle ...
and the ushers were Vernon Cros- discharge at the Jacksonville NAS One with Mrs. L G. Powell as baby girl, Beverly Ann, on Dec.
One of the Women's Mis-
by, brother of one of the brides, Thursday of last week. leader, will have charge of the 27 In St. Joseph Hospital, Bryan, sionary Society of the Baptist ..I.. '
and Robert Taylor. I program. All members are urgedto Texas Wava has lots of
Church met with Mrs. L. G. Pow-
Miss Lewis, given In marriageby Try the DIXIE CAFE. attend this important meeting. friends in Starke, having spent
ell and Miss Etta Tison as co-
her father, E. C. Lewis, and several summers here visiting hostesses at the home of the for-
The You Like For
Miss Crosby by her father R. R. Sadie and working at Blanding mer on Tuesday afternoon.At ) Way
Crosby, were met at the altar by for' several months She'd like
their bridegrooms. Miss Lewis to hear from some of her Qld the business session, plans Your Shirts To Look

chose former wedding a tulle and friends who may write to: Mrs. were discussed for the Brother-

chiffon gown. The shirred bodice Charles Brock, Box 1912 College I hood Banquet next Tuesday night And That's The Way We Try To
and officers and committee chair-
was made with long sleeves that Station, Texas Incidentally ,
terminated in points over the '< Sadie is now program director at men were chosen for the new Make Them Look

wrists. The full skirt was madeof radio station WTAL and wantsall year.The
tulle. Her veil was made halo I always) nay that nothing is ones who could be pushed, shoved, her Call Street friends to drop next meeting will be held

effect and fell to her waist. Her I quite so exciting as. a wedding- and crammed inside Mildred around when they visit Tallahassee with Mrs. Annie Rlcharde at the
old-fashioned bouquet was of even ONE wedding.' ; But when Sapp and Vesta Myrick who were State Farm. Now that the pressure of war-time emergencyis
white carnations.' a double feature comes along! ., making a noble attempt to keep Her address Is: Sadie During the social half-hour, the
,Miss Crosby was gowned in,I That's something else again! the brides' books at the door had Lou Woo ley, 339 Hull Drive, hostesses served delicious pineapple over, with its rush and shortage of mater

white ,llk Looked to me as''if a,, least halfthep(4ople' to admit abject failure Mabry Heights, Tallahassee ...sundae and cake. ials feel that in than
Imported m.a'..-.long of' Bradford' '' Theyjust' Surely would like to know all- the .;.. we we are more position

princess lines, with'tiny:..eIJ.cov,11. tried to crowd themselves into'Cflfunty the those didn't books put to hold enough all the pages names in Interesting details about the name Circle Two Circle of the Two W.M.S. held 'ever before to give you The laundry service

-..... little Pine Level Baptist Church change from Prince to Wooley Its first meeting of the :new
......... ,-.": II."IIJ'' .-.. ... yearin that you would like to have. Now that we
: : ., Tuesday night to see those pop- the church annex with 16
ular courthouse attaches Irene members present. can once more obtain experienced and adequate -
Lewis and: Lucille Crosby, wed 'Twaa the first of our unseason- Must admit that my underworld Mrs. W. B. Alexander, leader,
(respectively) to two local lads ably warm January nights and connections have been sadly gave the devotional with .'BulldIng" help, we feel that we can promise you

who made good.in the Pacific and I those inside the crowded church neglected of late, but did get wind as her theme. New Officers absolute satisfaction with your laundry re
were literally sweltering In coats this week the "misfortunes" of
are now back in mufti, Paul of
I and suits Situation was adequately of bootleggers were elected for the coming year quirements. Give us your business and enjoy
1 Faulkner and Luclan Conner ., one our more prominent and it was decided to hold the
S The popularity of this foursome summed up by one of the Seems the poor fellow next meeting with Mrs. Marvin the satisfaction that comes with trading witha
was attested by the fact that at ushers, Vernon Crosby, who was was raided about ten times Hazen.

least twice'as, many would-be. heard to mutter in a stage whis- during 1943 by Sheriff Andreu Mrs. Alexander was assisted by home industry.STARKE .
per, "Oh for a few minutes to
witnesses milled around the out- and his associates, and each time Mrs. Ray Newsom in serving delicious -
side of the church as the lucky pull off this vest!" And one posted bond of from $200 to $400, refreshments to those pre
.. of the lovely bridesmaids remarked .
forfeiting said bond regularly ent.

BUBBLES SEZ- demurely, "I'm certainly gladI rather than face the bar of justice Circle Three DRY CLEANERSPHONE
didn't wear hose!" Haven Thus tinkled around $3- Circle Three of the W.M.S. was

I .. Crosby (Lucille's sister) was 000 into the county's till entertained by Mrs. H. 1... Brownlee -
mald-of-honor for both brides and But that's not all The Sheriff at her home Tuesday after-
v looked her loveliest In pink with also confiscated around 51 cases noon. 23 and LAUNDRY STAR f

a+ LJ billowing net skirt. Doyle Con of his whiskey worth $2,000! .*. Ten members were present and
tturkd \ ner proved to be quite a com- But bootlegging must be indeed : the devotional was given by Mrs.

s & oUr petent best man, producing both a highly profitable business, for W. J. Epperson, Sr. Mrs. H. L.
t rings at the right time, withouta In spite of this steep overhead,

RestauranSIZZLING bit of mlxup Both of the according to last reports, our culprit -

fySr happy couples left together for a is still in business .

I ..:.....'" ,. 1 e. wedding trip through the moun- -
II I I tains and will stop by to see Paul's Chatted a moment tother day

(--. .. parents in Crab Orchard, Ky with Sarah Jacobs who tells me
.. Are :10
vl/e Announce
\ -ifi i-\; that George and Malsiel' Greshamare JJappy
.Now that those lovely nylons The gorgeous diamond that Mar back in town and will occupy
are on the way back the trick garet Monteith Is wearing means her real den c e on Madison St.
la finding soaps to wash'em IDa something pretty special In her when the Naftels
Best way to flx that U to keep move out around That We Have Reopened Xs
turning in the USED FATS young life and Is a just reward the 15th (Yes, Cecil and Mar-
STEAK needed to help make seeps Remember for a year of real sacrifice still
The garet are here, in spite of my i
where there' fat, .
Seems that her fond
LOBSTER there's soap K p savl&g youri t grandfather, false report last week that they
J. M. Alvarez, promised her the had already departed fir Birmingham Our Restaurant

SHRIMP B sparkler If she'd refrain from ) Seems that the 'i ..,: -. ,

II I II. Greshams occupied Mrs* Jacobs'garage ." ,. .
apartment for nearly three After A Rest vt
Have Income Tax Returns
your cor years in the early days of Camp

N'A rectly prepared and filed by one ex Blanding and have Just been -
transferred back here When -
perienced and trained four years as they tried to find Mrs. Jacobs ',j", And Are Again Ready to Serve The

Deputy Collector of Internal Revenueand someone told them that she had ,, .
forconnoisseurs moved away and sold her property
practicing at the Bar of Florida i Then last,.ISrlday, while Mrs.J. ,yam People of Starke and Vicinity .

and Federal Courts for fifteen years.H. was here from Gainesville and ,
ofgood walking down the street, Maisie .

/ food M .' O. BROWN wrong spied her side and of drove the pavement over to the In :' :). '.. With the Fine Food

129 East Call Street
and her excitement, yelling, "Ma Jac-
STARKE, FLORIDA obs, get in here before I lose

I drink .- again! So Capt. and Mrs.you : ,. That Has Made Us Famous .

Gresham will keep the home fires p
burning for Ma Jacobs while she

B soaks up sunshine in Miami for
c y4, : Complete Service the rest of the winter :

r ot Anybody know of a vacant cTflA2&d
Looks like it's
going to be
enjoy rating herein house? Please notify Guy
r laluata a long time .
yet before (
a pleasant Andrews Seems he's seekinga .
IIGHV$ many of us get that new
nxMtphere place for himself and family
you know the at0 r s car we've been waiting for to hang their hats so he can set-

will be (' ) X01 Therefore it's more important tle in Starke and become associated .

cooked and attractively than ever to let us keep with Lex Green in the gas

nerved. /11 your old car in A-l condi- oline distributing business .
tion. But vacant houses are about as

scarce as ever in spite of the departure /

O Certified Lubrication Washing Polishing of most of our Army .
friends .
Guy Is out of the
WaxingSTANDARD Navy at last, and he and his family -

325 TEMPLE OIL Mill make welcome additions to '.
Call Street .

: So long See you in the next
: ;. ..
.; :: .:
: : :: V. II. Carden Mar. Temple Ave. & Call St.
r r.L
-CarolynI I

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LOCAL NEWS Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Jr. and Mrs. Lt. Col. and Mrs., Howard Grier 1 iv' (''In'I'IT roi'IIT. \OKOHII IOrder In next four weekly '...MII..R. Mrs. D. W. Moore ia tt ltdsC .:
of William I I roi KLottiuAi IN: CHA>. Witness mv hand and official cak.
PITS I Powell were shopping in and small son were dinner guests (. : .n' cat at Starke, Florida: this Jan- relatives In Clearwater this j
Jacksonville Thursday of last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Lee H Scott Plaintiff, "... SUM' ). VoFKlCIAI. I Friends will be clad to ksrar '
week. Weldon. Srott. Defendant. Cane No. 4307. I LAICAL) A. J. Thomas that Clyde Strickland and BSI ;
T. Reynolds andf Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Tucker re- I OIIDUH. ( OF PUULICATIONAND I AH Zach Clerk H. nou of Bald Uii., Court.cialnfHVlIlp. Melton were among: the men dIscharged "I ,
j Mrl v T. I O. W. Hazen of Brooker is Mrs J. B. Godbold and !son : NOTICE TO APPEAR If Fla.
sod Jacksonville: turned Thursday of last week STATE OK KIXMUDA to:: 8u..l. Atty. for Plf. I'll i H 2-1: at Camp BIandln his
= spending: this week here with his James Godbold. and Mrs. M. B. Scott hone residence. la unknown I _
last from a ten-day visit with relatives
hter !I Wednesday of son, U O. Hazen and daughter Godbold. Sr., all of Jacksonville You are required to appear onFebrtinrv iv' rittrriT' ('01 HT. lilt tilirohtt. week.
guests in Pelham, Moultrle Col- 11, 1946, In the above cot J\o'r". "FLORIDA Iv l'11 \N.
B M. Long. Mrs. A. E. McKinney. and Miss Miriam Stroman of wherein 1 (''':11''. "
Mrs. named Court and cause
of of ratat- umbus and Atlanta Ga. Tallahassee Bradford Albert A. Cncknyne, Plaintiff vn.
Mrs. were guests Sundayof plaintiff seeks divorce. :
Mathews T. J. Griffin I
left .
sl Martha of last week Mrs. V. S. Sf. John is with her Tuesday Mrs. S. S. Dcwling. County Telegraph shall publlHh thin I\Ia.r..rU. 'ockayne. Defandant \
I .
morning for Cuss No 4111.Oltl
Wednesday a visit with Dr. and Order In next four weekly l Miien.lttienH
pent hro he -law and sister daughter Mrs. D. H. Christiano Mrs. C. C. Mendoza In Dayton Mrs. J. C. Miller and son. Rex \\' my hand and official AND>KK.NfVl'K-R oi.' PITIlLIC'ATIOS TO AETKAItSTATK J 'i I
January I.
her veal at Starke, Florida thin
Duly\ DoWling.k In Darien Conn for an extended will remain in Starke until Dr. 10 1941.Ob'FI'IAI. I OP KLOK1I1A to: Marguerite -
andDtn. of San'ynighteafterespending visit. Ohio.Mr. Miller has been given his ( rEAL; ) A. J. Thomas l.wkllync', whose rvklilrnivIn ffI .
Futch, S 2-C. and Mrs. Louis Sage are in new ,\" Clerk of .said Court. : North Tort, Michigan.You \ .. ..
his bp.ae L. A. Weekley of Ocala spent New York City for a ten-day assignment. Dr. Miller for the Ziu-h II. I lnulllall, lalneRvllle.. Fla.Atty are required tn appear on 'J :'f1I)
0 sev- several days recently with 1 his visit and shopping expedition.Mrs. past several months has been director I for Plf. 1-11 4t 2-1 February named Court II, and 1114(1(, cause In the, wherein above

his Mr. aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. E. of the Clay-Bradford Coun- plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
with P J. H. Gill and Mrs W. P. IV ("IR'II'r ('01 IIT. 1111 \INOllnC'OI'TY TO ORDER
County MADE
shall thlMOrder
days | publish
W. He was discharged ty Health Unit. '
C- A. Fu"h. Hayes. recently Randall accompanied by Mr. Gill I KI.OHIIltl IV 'II.\\I-: In next four, weekly INMUOH.WltneHM SIECIAI.TYLAPPE
afro from the navy. Mrs. Bertha Pearce had CER1'. my hnnrl al.frh'la. OUR
CAFE. who came Sunday left Monday as Jr., Plaintiff VM.Maxine ..
DIXIE Joseph H. Down Heal at Stnrke. Kloiltla. this Jan '
'J tile for their home in Norfolk, Va. guests Tuesday her brother-in-law : : Mlllcin Downs. Defendant,. unrv 10, llHrt.OFFICIAL .
BUSINESS after being called here several and sister Mr. and Mrs. Q. Case No 4309.l1RDER ( '! ( SKAt.) A. J. Thomas BAKERYlFANCY
NOW OPEN FOR ; V'I OF PmLICATlON An Clerk of said Court
weeks ago by the Illness of their Phillips, of Lake City. AND NOTICE)) TO APPBAK .,. K. Perrvmnn, Starki", Florida.
father, J. M. Alvarez. Mr. Alva- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Baker and : STATK Down OF FLORIDA. whose residence to. : !MaxlneMilton IB: Atty. for rif. J-ll 4t :3-1

DIXIE CAFF rez Is showing some improvement.Mr. son, A. B. Jr., moved here from I 1210 North Klllmora Street, Ama

and Mrs. E. H. Rowton of Jacksonville last week and are rlllo You.Texas.are required to appear on
702 TEMPLE AVENUE Crescent City are spending a few making their home with Mrs.Baker's I February 11, 1946, In the above Pork
days with their brother-in-law and father J. B. Rowe, untila plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause II r a dfordCourty
sister Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grahamand suitable residence is located. : Telegraph shall publish thin BLUE
ORDERS Order: I In next four weekly lashes. Shoulder
SANDWICHES MEALS family. SoM 3-c Comer Perryman of \Vltueim my hand and official ROSE
: A house guest for the past week Great. Lakes 111.. Is spending a I Heal nt Starke, Florida tills Jan-

REGULAR of Miss Alice St. John was Sr. I 14-day leave with his parents, I unrv(OFFICIAL 10.l( >4 tn. .\T.) A. J. ThomaHA ROAST

Warrant Officer I William Andrews Judge/ and Mrs E. K. Ferryman. Clerk of Maid Court. RICE .
HOME-COOKED MEAL of Callahan. Mr. AndrewsIs Xuelt II. DoiiBlas. (liiUneHvlIl, Fin.Atty ( t
ENJOY A GOOD Mrs. Sarah Jacobs spent several for IMf. l-ll U 2-1
SURROUNDINGS a veteran of the Bataan Death days this week visiting here and Ib.
IN March and 3 1.2 years in a Jap- looking after her property In- IV' {'In'I'lrr (01 "'r. U"*1).0..11' 31bs.
COITt.-. ...1.Oltll\1 IV' l'll tel.ELY -
anese prison camp. terests. She went on to Miamito 32c
,.."IIIUI'"IIIIIlllnllllll""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII",11I111II1, II11111111I11111111I11111111111111111111111111111111111111) 111I11111I111I11111111. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dcmorest spend the rest of the winter. Addle( Kohertson T'lal n 1 1 Iff. .v.... 25c
Defendant Cuse
Miss Ona Demorest and Mr. and Week-end guests of Miss Madge Oeorpre lluliertNon .
Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent SundayIn Brownlee were Misses Doris Mon- i ei'lDKU OF PUHLICATIOVAND
Fernandlna. crlef and June Caldwell of the :: NOT1CK TO A1'1I:AIt :.
S9',\TJo1 OF FLOH1DA I to: UeorireKotierlNon
Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs.J. State Faim. I whose residence Is: %

... W. Kincaid have returned from Mrs. George Flynn, Mrs. Elsie I Southern, Hallway Atlnntn,, lleorgla.Dlnlnn Car Department Good Ground Meat Ib. .' 25c ;
several days visit In Tampa. Powell and Mrs, L. G. Powell You are required to appear on ,
The Opening 0 1JJopC'J Mrs. D. C. Forehand who has spent Wednesday at Glen St. named February Court 11, and 11146. cause In the wherein above I

been a guest of Lt. Col. and Mrs.T. Mary. plaintiff weeks divorce. Bradford GlaM Jar
T. Long since Thursday of last Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hutchinsleft County Telegraph hall publish this

week.' all called. home Sunday by this week to spend a delay Maxwell House Coffee lb. 3Qc

{Jift Shop the: emergency appendectomy other in-route at their; home In Indiana ,
daughter. Peg that night in before going to his new assign- CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

Duke University, Durham N. C.I I

Major and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis will ment.Mrs.. F. C. Holllngsworth and Swift Jewel Shortening lb. 19cPut

Monday January 14 I spend this week-end with Lt. Col. daughter Penny are visiting her ,

and Mrs. T. T. Long. They will i son and daughter-in-law Mr. and I
visit In Wilmington, Del., before Mrs. James Hollingsworth In E

Glassware returning to Ft. Lewis Wash. Oneida, Tenn. I Your Name on Our List For Delivery r
Sgt. and Mrs. Edwin Fulton are Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jacksonville Jrs'

spending a furlough!,\ In their for- is spending; this week with I' *of These Marvelous Philco Products As

BreakfastSets mer home in Mississippi. Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Biggs.

Fulton Is a member of the BHS Mrs. O. J. Griffin, who has lived I 1 Available
Soon As They Are
a- faculty. In St. Augustine since 1932,
Mrs. Eloise Smith has returned moved back into the old home i

China from a holiday visit In her ,. place on N. Walnut St. this week. I PHILCO
home I In South Carolina. She Is. Merrill Struth has arrived in

a member of the BHS faculty.Lt. California and is expected soon ]I

Pottery and Lingerie A. Z. Adklns Jr.. arrivedat for a furlough with Mrs. W. H.I xrn
the home of his parents. Judge Struth and family. I .r

and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Sr., Mon- Mrs. Lee Perkins of Palatka has> I
day night following; a tour of dutyIn joined her husband here. He was PHARMACIST
the European Theatre of Op- recently transferred to Lovett's + \

Temporarily Located In The Office of the erations. At the end of his terminal meat department.Mrs. Phone 61 STARKE

leave, he will be discharged.Mrs. E. Lewis and Miss Evelyn Service
On-the-Minit I
Lois Hartnett has returned Grlffls, Berta George and Agnes .
late Dr. O. ,L. Haynes on Water St. to her home In Idaho and Mrs. Lewis were vUiting in Green ,

Vivian Barr has also returned to Cove Springs Sunday afternoon. .' .. .

inmmuinimomnnnsi; inseounursasnmiosresmxnsummNymnuauuosisnemoiooomnoomnsc1 "' '''' ' '' '' her former home, following the They were, the..guests of Bobby .
rnluusneimuneasmissoulmonm'''\ '''\ ''' "" ,
discharged from the army of their Ray Hubbard, S t-c and John R. I
husbands. They were both mem- Tombling. S 1-c of the U.S.S. IitJJ

bers of the BUS faculty. Baron, D,E. 168. ::f IAtxa/M01e14 00GRlily
NAT SEZ: Mrs. S. L. Peek and Miss Fran
w' Peek were shopping in Jackson- col'NTY. PLOIUUAl l\' flllN.CKIIY. JUI1 cur A Mlf1A
y,. I used to wonder what the papers ville Tuesday. _._ Met $/ TNI falR
Rte Went Calloway Paves. Plaintiff vs.e'raneee AND n rears
would do for news when the Try the DIXIE CAFE. Stnupp Davis, Defendant. MarO Ra0)O,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney, Cans No. 4304.OItDER -
war wa over. Now I know OF PUBLICATION ll llJ
Sr., received word from their son, .
strikes, strike, STRIKES Sgt. A. E. McKinney Jr., a medi- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Frances
always been a mystery to me how cal corpsman aboard the Hospital Stouppe unknown.You .Davis, whose residence< la / rq

these strikers continued to eat Ship Dogwood. Thursday of last are required to appear on J / I
while week that he has arrived in San February II. 1It! In the above
three square meals a day 'named Court and cause wherein
Francisco from a trip to the plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford .
laying off work for month Sure- Philippine Islands and expects to County Telegraph, shall publish thin PROMIT SERVICEDAHMER'S ., PHILCO TAIH HANOI '
Order' In next four weekly IRRUeR.'VllneMN .
ly wish I knew their formula. be discharged within the next two my hand and official ..
months. Heal at Starke, Florida this January -
10. 1H! $.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen were .
visiting In Macclenney. Friday and An. Clerk of aid Court. I IZarh
UalneNVllle. Fla. I MarketC.
H. DniiKlax
SPECIAL I SALEODDS made there. a trip through the nursery I I I Atty. for Plf. 1-11 4t 2-1 GIFT SHOP Tip Top Super

and Miss iv nnrfiT (DIRT nnADFoiiu
Mrs. E. W. Hayes ('0(''VT"'. PLORIUAt IV' ('.. \\\ \ 110 EAST CALL ST.
Betty Hayes made a business trip I ('5RY.Gladys: II. NASWORTIIY Prop.
I James, Plaintiff. VB. Wlllla THONG 66
&,ENDS to Jacksonville Friday. James, O..r..n Mrs. Lily Lewis of Apopka arrived OF PIIHLICATION
Sunday for a visit with her AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
son and daughter-in-law Mr. and James. whose residence In unknown.
Lewis. She was accompanied You are required/ to appear on
Play ShoesALL Mrs. James Mr. and February II, 194, In the above I 5-P1ECE LEATHERETTE BREAKFAST ROOM SUITA
<< to Starke by named Court and cause, wherein
Mrs. L. P. Robinson of Orlando plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford

who spent the day with Mr, and,County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish laKiieVltnenii thinOrder *. "
Mru. Lewis. (, \ my hand and official smart and sturdy suit !_ _,,

SIZES Mr. and Mrs. George Kopelousosand deal uary. at 10 Starke.HMD. Florida. thin Jan- :I that will do much to add

Medium family returned on Wednes- (OFFICJAI-i SKAIA.. J. Thomas : to the attractiveness of =
and An Clerk of mild Court. ,
day of last week from a Zach II. Doitglan. Ualnenvllle, Fla. your breakfast room.
spent In Washington D. C. Attv. for Plf 1.11 4t 2.)
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e e . e e. e. e. e 5555 Jacksonville/ spent the Christmas I Warrenetta Knight. I house owned by Mra. D. W. Mooreof MIss Mary Williamson of Cerro Leaston Wynn.Mr. .
holidays with their parents, Mr. Mra. Orene Cowart entertainedthe Starke. Gordon has just been Gorda, N. C., to Mr. Wynn's and Mrs. R. H. Hunt,

SunnybrookBy Clay HillBy and Mrs. D. I. Knight and Mr. B.T.U. and Sunday School released from service, and we are brother Leaston A. Wynn of Mr. and Mrs. Hardee WUII
and Mrs. G. A. Crews. with a party at her home Friday glad to welcome him and his Gainesville were
Hampton. They were accom- visitln
Mrs.! O. E. Crosby Lura Burgess Mr. and Mrs. R. McCarthy and night. family back to the old home town.
panied home by Mr. and Mrs. In 'this vicinity
. . e . e S e a e e family spent Sunday with Mr. and Jewel Edwards spent the Christmas Miss Peggy Hlnson has returned on Sunday,

GREET TUB: NEW Mrs F. B. Clark. holidays with her brother, H. home after spending a week In I -.- --

Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosbyof with YEAR WIIEKKIN-WITH A PRAYER: MY Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman are C. Edwards, in Jacksonville. Jacksonville with relatives. I Service -
Friday Careful
Jacksonville spent Prompt
Mr. Crosby's parents Mr. and SON IS! COMING HOME: A visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards Rev and Mrs. W. E. Hall of Mrs. T. K. Simmons has ar- Driy<
FAMILY MOVES IN; BABY IS In Jacksonville. Pine Level were visiting Mr. and rived from Chase City, Va., to
Mrs. C. C. Crosby. BORN Mrs. R. H. McCarthy and Mr. H. L. Edwards New Year's visit her son, Owen Simmons and STARKE TAXI SERVICEand
of Mac
Mrs. Omage Rosier daughter Elizabeth, attended Day. Mr. an clenny was visiting Mr. and Mrs. "Father, let me In this new year church services at Water Oak Jewel Edwards spent Friday Arthur Morrow and daughter.

J. N. Kelly last week. Have peace and quiet Joy with- Baptist Church Sunday. evening with Elizabeth McCarthy. Juanita of Plant City have been

Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Kelly and out a fear. Darlene Alvarez Nick Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.

children, Johnnie Mack and Carolyn Health to work so at set of sun, Minnie Browning Milton Norman, and Mrs. Bynum Perkins were G. P. Wadsworth. MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone

were visiting Mr. and Mrs I find content in work wen Jewel Edwards and Walter Al- ; shopping In Jacksonville Christmas Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand

C. A. Crosby In Brooker Sunday done. varez went riding on their horses Eve. daughter, Harvene Mra T.

afternoon. Friends kindness, loving words, New Year's Day. I Mary Jane McCarthy] pent E. Simmons and Mrs. K. B. Wat- 150
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and all these-- Mrs. Louise Starling and daughters -, Sunday with Cora Belle Jones.Hampton.
terson were shopping In Jacksonville -
children were dinner guests of her With peacu, Lord, grant me Ida Lee and Trudell, enjoyed Day O Night
sister and brother-In-law Mr. and please.On e . e e e Thursday.
an oyster supper Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth LaChance -
Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan of The
New Year's Eve as the night at the home of I* W. Paige. of Saranac, N. Y., arrived last -
ressa Sunda.y.Mr. whistles were blowing for the Mrs. Jewel Davis and daughter, week to spend a while with Mrs.
and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and
mother Mrs. Evelyn Crosby attended New Year, I knelt to pray. The Marsha Ann, left for Freemont By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney LaChance's uncle, I.. R. Kalch. When Your Tires Are Slick Time toRECAPPING liars
above poem I wrote expresses my W. Va., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn returned ,
church at Water Oak Sun- e a e '
e e e. a e e e e e
of hopes. I have my school house Bill Blackburn Is home on a last week from North( s
dinner guests
day and and Mrs.were Frank Norman. scrubbed and things changed a- furlough with his parents, Mr. Mrs. J. F. Johnson has had as Carolina where they attended the A AND VULCANIZING
Pvt. William Crosby has returned bout. I have some new books and Mrs. L. F. Blackburn. guests recently, Mrs. Iva Bowden marriage of MI's. Wynn's cousin t yf ;. ALL SIZE TIRES

to after enjoy- and I have been reading my Colley and O. J. Underhill spent and daughter, Peggy, of Macon. AND TUBES
Kentucky teachers magazines. The next Christmas with their parents, Mr. Ga., and Mrs. Alice Fancher of
ing a few days furlough; with his
shall teach with I and Mrs. Oliver Underhill Orlando. I ""'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. four months I 24-HOUR SERVICE
added zest. This afternoon 1 I Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Denmarkand Pvt. and Mrs. James Blood and FOR RENT It
Crosby and his wife and childrenof < BEST MATERIALS
went to> Sunday School and children of Jacksonville were little daughter Carol left Wed- r
Lake Butler. '
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Church. This evening the little visiting Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nor- nesday of last week for Texas APARTMENTS I GRADE "A" RUBBED
where Pvt. Blood hag been trans- OR ROOMS
frogs are "Creck-creeklng" man recently. !
children. Sherman and BeverlyJo green ( ; Workmanship Guaranlf
ferred from
and J. L. Johns of New River In all the ponds. A new moon Lenzy and DeWitt Crews spent Camp Blanding.
were visiting In Lake Butler Sun- Is high in the sky. The air is the Christmas holidays with Mr. Walden Wadsworth left last HEAT i PHONE 7-.

day afternoon.Mrs. warm and balmy. I can hear the and Mrs. G. A. Crews and fam- week for New York City wherehe i AND HOT WATER -

twitter of sleepy birds. There are will Join his outfit with the I
Floyd Rosier of Lawteywas Ily.Miss
visiting Mrs. Floyd Crosbyone thousands of birds, red birds bluebirds Luclle Brown spent the Merchant Marines.Mr. Day or Weekly Rate STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining

day last week. robins wrens thrushes, Christmas vacation with her sister and Mrs. Gordon Weest

We are all very glad to hear mocking birds and others I can- Mrs. Calvin Hall, in Theressa. and daughters Detty and Louise, CARL JOHNS
that H. M. McRae's condition is not name. They seem to be Miss Betty Bradley of Jackson- formerly of Miami have recently City Hall Temple Garage Temple Ave

improved at this writing and we everywhere, gay and excited. ville spent Friday night with Miss purchased and moved Into the u__ _

hope he will soon be able to come That Is the way I feel now, gay,
home. but I must write my news.

Dr. Palmer; Gainesville VeterIn- A card from the navy depart-

arian was called out Friday even- ment states that my son's ad- "Look the BooksOR
ing to a sick cow belonging to dress is now Sprlngport Indiana. .A at

O. E. Crosby. He owns a farm up there. Even
Marcus Connor is building a though I shall not see him at

new home near Ms dairy here. once, I shall know he is safe In,

Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and his. home.

daughter Eloise Mr. and Mrs. },['. and Mrs. Elmer Pyle-and
Fred Halslop and daughter, Judy family that lived at Camp No. 1

and Mrs. Inez Kelly were visitingMr. have moved to Fort St. George. .
and Mrs. Arch Dobbs at the They have lived there since last .

State Farm Sunday.Mr. September.A .
and Mrs. W. C. Ward and
new woodsman Mr. Stegalland ':" :
family and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy .
family have moved to Hugn.
Lovell were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

Robert. M.Ward Bennett in Starke of Starke Sunday.G. so He many lives years In the by house Mr. Jacobs.occupied "

visiting his son-in-law and daughter was- The buildings at Camp No. 2 "A in the Pie ?

Monday.Friends, Mr. and of Warren Mrs. Floyd J. Dobbs Crosby will be are camp> moved being at Hugh.KATLILEEN and torn.rebuilt down.at They the main will Finger

be glad to know that he recently LANG

received his discharge from the Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lang are

army and is visiting his brother the proud parents of a baby girl.
and sister-in-law/ Mr. and Mrs. They named her Kathleen.

Alton to Join Dobbs.his wife He In will''Oklahoma.leave soon Letters Inc.from, state Clay that Electric the ,electric Cooperative -- Which is the UAW-CIO really after? Is it seeking facts,- or new

Don't forget 'church :services at line will be put through here
Corinth Church this'weekend..
as soon as material Is available.
There will be B.T.U. Saturday
night. Church service Sunday If you have not read "Over economic ? Does it want know
morning at 11 and Sunday nightat Seventy" by Gall Conley-do readIt. power to things-or run things?
There is food for thought.
6:30. Everyone is invited. I:
Why should one grow old whenne'a
Mrs. Arch Dobbs and son, War-
body Is completely renewed -
ren J. of the State Farm were :

Mrs.Friday Fred guest Halslop.of her daughter Jimmy every eleven Davis months has returned? to These questions concern you as well as General Motors.

Alton Dobbs Charlotte, N. C., after spending
was a business
visitor to Jacksonville the holidays with 1 his grandmother .
Saturday. Mrs. T. A. Brinson. Mrs.
Anyone who has any news items
Brinson is weak but
very seems
please hand them to the corres-
I to stay cheerful and always happy
pondent not later than Tuesday.
I to have friends call.

isr: cmrrrr corn-r. DIIADPOHD I Thanks to Mr. Herndon and

COUNTY. FLOltlU.'. IN CIIAN.CERY. F. D. Lang for fixing the pump For years the facts about General Motors have been 4. Something New has been Added
Felix Ht. Clair Rttvenn, Plaintiff .at the school house for me.. Mr.
v. 1 v. Jan. Stevens. DeCendant. I Osteen cams later with new partso made
Case No. 4250.ORDER public.

ANn NOTICE OF PUE-UCATICW TO APPEAR: primed.the pump does not have to be The obvious fact is that the UAW-CIO has gone beyond its ri$

Steven STATH, OK-whoa Fr..HUnA residence to: lye t* Jean un. I see canned apple sauce in under the law-and is reaching not for information but for ne
known. the grocery stores for sale and it In spite of this, the VA V-CIO demands a chance to look '
powerMofor the
You are required to appear on makes a at past figures but for poWlook
to old
January SI, 1948. In the above me want bake an
named plaintiff Court necks and divorce.caune, Bradford wherein fashioned apple sauce cake. HereIs at our books, with the hint that we could meet to sit in on forecasting and planning the future.

County Telegraph hall publish this the recipe: 1-2 cup Crisco 1
Order In next four weekly INRUSH. cup sugar, 1 1.2 cup apple sauce, Union demands "if the truth were really known."
atYHrarkentFlutldaathis leicnmber unsweetened 1 heaping teaspoon A "look at the books" is a clever catch phrase intended as."

19 OFFICIAL, 1945. SEAL A. J. Thomas, soda dissolved In a little warm opening wedge whereby Unions hope to pry their way into tb

y.ttch AH Clerk 1(. Douglas of Maid,Court.UalnoHVllle, FI.... water teaspoon 1-2 cinnamon: teaspoon, and cloves 1.2, nutmeg 1-2- We have firmly declined to recognize this as a basis whole field of management.

.Atty. fur Plf. 11-21 4t 1.11 2 1-2 cups flour, 1 cup raisins -

IN. (,'..('VIT roniT.- nnAitrnnn Blend Crisco sugar, add soda for bargaining: It leads surely to the day when Union bosses underof tb"1
roryrv:; '" (CUA: and water and apple sauce. Sift

.Faille.. Margaret* Rhrout, Plaintiff spIces with flour mix: raisins In strike, will demand the right to tell what we can make art.

Case* Melvin No. Moore. Shrout Defendant. I flour. Add all to the applesauce make it where I
4252.014DEIt we can we can make it, and how much weu
OF PUBLICATION I mixture. Bake In slow oven in a
STATE AND NOTICB TO Al'PKAK I bread pan. It needs no Icing. 1 charge you-all with an eye on what labor can take out 01
OP FLORIDA to: Melvin The Full Facts are Published
Moore Shrout. whone reiildenre U: I I had such a wonderful Christ. business rather than :
1111) N. Pollard !Arlington: Virlnla. on the value that goes into the pre
mas and vacation. I am over the

You are required to appear on flu. The weather Is warm. My low much General Motors takes in each year-how much it
January pays
21 194, In the above nam. school opens in the morning. Ishall
eA tiff Court seeks) and divorce cause, &wherein custody plain of get to see my children again.I employes-how much it pays to stockholders-how much it pays in 5

minor graph child.shall pubLish Bradford this County Order Tel.In.. will teach them new songs. I taxes-how much net profit we make-and many other facts are a This Threatens All Businessplainly
next four weekly I IHHUOI. have six 9th grade pupils to grad.
Witness I my hand and official uate. Hope you ladles try the stated in annual reports and quarterly reports. .

Neal 19 at\ ""Starke 1945 Florida, this Decemtor applesauce cake. God bless you. If the Union can do this in the 'case of'' General Motor-jL

As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said Court.) A. J. Thomas -Lura.S These are broadcast to 425,000 stockholders from coast to coast- do it to every business in this land of ours.
Char. It. 11.....
L Jacksonville Flu.1104-05, Atty.Realty for n"II'Plf.. e e . . tent to newspapers and libraries. Additional copies are free for

, U-It 4t 1.11IN the asking Is this just imagination? Union spokesmen have said "T

CIRCUIT' coi HT. BRADFORD Heilbronn Union has stated time after time bigger &
COUNTY. FLOKIUlt IMA*_' that this issue is
Ned'Mrock EERY Plaintiff v*. Alma I Hy The !.School just an ordinary wage argument that it is bigger than *
e e . p
tfenilnnt ('I''H'' No. 425}. e e e
AND ORDER NOTICR OF PTJHUl-ATION TO All Figures are Thoroughly Checked Corporation and bigger than the Union."
STATE OF FLORIDA to Alma Christmas U over. Santa has
Brock whose residence la ZI"! Bar. come and gone and now we are
be.You Street are, Hounton.rmiulred Texan.to appear on back in school. From all of the Every General Motors annual statement is audited by outside For Labor Unions to use the monopolistic power of their vast ntf

ed January Court 21 and, 1'494 cause In, the wherein above plaintiff nam- been new clothes seen at and school toys Santa that Claus have auditors. Similar figures are filed with the Securities & Exchange bership to extend the scope of wage negotiations to include nw

Telegraph seeks dtvorcB.shall public Bradford this County Order must have emptied his largest Commission. than wages hours and working conditions is the first step 1*'
In next. four weekly Iniuee. pack at Heilbronn.
sealiateStark. hand and official handing the management of business over to the Union bosses.
ISr J 19ta.OFFICIAL Florida, this DeoemDf Little Judy Morgan Is home and Does the UAW-CIO honestly believe that General Motors wouldor
well again after an attack of
A.( Clerk of SEAL said. )Court.A. J. Thomas. pneumonia.Mrs. could deceive these experts? We therefore reject the idea of a "look at'the books" not becauehave

Zach H. Doug-la, Ualneevllle, Fla. ,! J. D. Scott and family C
Atty for 1-lf. 11-21 it 1.11 were visitors In Green Cove anything to hide but because the idea itself hides a threat to

NOTICH OF ,APPLICATION. FOR Springs Saturday.Mrs. 3 to all business, and to you the public.

TO WHOM FI4.tf IT ule'IItitOE MAY t'NCKRN: Marie Clemons and Miss Basis of Collective Bargaining Is DefinedThe
Take Notice that I have filed my Warrenetta Knight were visiting
petition for final discharge and my Mr. and )Mrs. W. K.
final report an Knight In
executor of the
estate of Vldn V. Morgan deceased; Jacksonville last week.S. Wagner Act lays down the rules .
and that on January 21. Ute, at y.r't:; :
10:00: A. M. o'clock, I will apply to Sgt. James H. McCarthy, son These cover such areas as rates of
::1"untyo'j; :! Judge of Bradford of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McCarthy,
I.. for approval of coons. GENERAL MOTOR
received his
aid final report and for final die discharge from the : P Pthe !
charge as such Executor. army at Camp niandlng on Dec.
This December 18th, 194H./
1.13lacy Ennis, Executor 30.Mr. No mention is made of earnings! prices sales volume, taxes and
1-11 and
4t Mrs. Charles Crews of
like. These are recognized as the problems of management. "MORC AND BETTER THINGS FOR MORE PCOPLC"PAGE

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10\Y'' I
. . . . . joying hunting.Mr. Auto Tag DeadlineSet Rites TuesdayFor Rites Held TuesdayFor Giant Rutabagas I
New River and Mrs. Guy Andrews and Mrs. GrimesMrs. Grown Near Here
children: have returned home from For Jan. 15 T. H. Hubbell .

'heressa By The School friends.Mississippi where they visited Sales of 1946 Florida Auto License Tilghman H. Hubbell, 65, diedin IJuftcy Crimes, 90, a nativeof Two giant rutabagas weighing !
Cochrane have Been on display i '
Bradford County, died Sunday [ 12 1-2 pounds
Irene Tags In Bradford County his residence at Kingsley Lake
By . .
. a Samuel Renfroe of Vanderbilt o'clock.He night at the home of her son, R, at the Telegraph office this)
totalled 933 Saturday, Carl A. Monday morning at 1:30 I
S Church services were held Sun- and Mrs C. P. Cowen and M. L. since C. Dyad in Plant City after a week. They were grown by Joe 0'I
of JacksonJ County Tax Collector In had been In ill health
i I B. Gardiner herIP1 day morning and evening at the Johns have returned from a vacation Knight, lengthy Illness. I I N. Green who lives 4 miles out
with charge of tag sales, announcedthis 1925.Funeral.
a feW days Gardiner New River Baptist Church with spent In Tarpon Springs and Funeral services were held on the Keystone Heights Highway. '
II last week Mr. the Rev. Truby Parrish of SantaFe Tampa with relatives. They were services were held from Tuesday' afternoon at 4 o'clockIn ,One of the huge vegetables weighs
cwrge .. the commissary in charge. accompanied home by Mr. and January 15th is the deadline for the DeWitt C. Jones chapel In Dedan Baptist Church, Brooker. 6 3.4 pounds and the other, 5 3-4 ;

, the railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ziegler of Mrs. E. J. Shepherd and babyof driving vehicles with 1943 license Starke at two O'clock Tuesday Interment was in the church cem- 'pound.
was Geneva Tampa for a few days visitMr. plates, and no time extension is afternoon with the Rev. L. D. 'I Mr. Green said that he has <
California were visiting Mr. and
tuthSthlin Lake authorized by the Governor, the Haines, pastor of the local Baptist etery. about one-quarter of an acre of I
Mrs. S, I. Crews and family Wed- and Mrs.: Lucian Thomas Inter- Mrs. Grimes was the daughterof
Collector said. He also stated Church, officiating. rutabagas which will average three :
y nightand H. Kelsey atthe nesday afternoon. and Herb Thomas of Ft. Myers that Monday, January 15th is the ment was in Kingsley Lake Ceme- the late Jim and Mary Ann I;pounds, and about 2,000: poundsof
1tfrs. A.( Rev. and Mrs. Truby Parrish attended the funeral of their uncle, Fowler: she was born April 6, I
Church Con- last day on which 1945 tags will tery and pall bearers were mem- cabbage which are ready for ,
Christian Hal Thomas of Earlton and
i Sunday. of Santa Fe were dinner guestsof were be sold. Many servicemen, and bers of the Jonea-Langford-White 1855, in Bradford County. She market. j
n In, Graham :Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green visiting Mr. and Mrs. Reddish An-. the relatively American Legion Post. The deceased was a member of: the Baptist

Martha sowith Miss Hampton R11thand Sunday. drews Thursday afternoon. others cheap quarter-year purchase 1945 tags to was a veteran of World Church. Church Of Christ ;

a feW Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moreland and I Mrs Wilbert Mann and daughter -' reach out of state destinations.' War I and he was burled with Surviving Mrs. Crimea are two Services wlU be held in the '
daughter, Joan, of JacksonvilleWere Marion Kay, of Ocala were numbered, military honors. The soldier firing children, Mrs. E. J. Parrish of Church of Christ morn'I'
of the
Castlehave Types yellow
Mrs. Murray visiting Mr. and Mrs. O W. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns blue sold Include 564 squad and bugler' were furnished Brooker, and R. C. Dyal of Plant ingat 11:00 o'clock and Sunday

returned their home. Andrews and other relatives Sun- and other relatives Sunday.Mr. navy passenger car tags plates, 227 truck by Camp Blandlng. I City, whom she was! visiting at ] night at 7:00: o'clock. Bible study .

they will make day and Mary L. Andrews returned and Mrs. Monroe Barr ofJacksonville licenses 39 trailer tags, two taxi Mr. Hubbell, a retired contractor the time of her death' a brother, I clans will meet Sunday morning ;
S. Slbley were with them for a few days spent the weekendwith tags, and one motorcycle license. who came here from Connecticut -\ Frank Fowler, of Brooker, and at 10:00 o'clock. The morning .
ngdinrStarke and Galnes- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. An- in 1933, was the son of the ,I two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Hodge, subject will be "The Communion"I I
aturday, and Mrs. Chester Moody drew.Mr. late T. H. and Anna Mace Hubbell of Brooker and Mrs Ida Burton, and the evening topic la "The Sin .
Ruth Frith of Lake Geneva and family pf Lake Butler were and Mrs. Joe Moody and Mike Maruca Opens and was born August 28'1 of Waldo. of Neglect," W. Herron, pastor of :
it few days with relatives visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody children were visiting Mr. and Farmers Supply 1890, In Scranton Pa. He DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home the church, stated. The public Is (
nd Mrs. Jimmie Swindell and family Sunday. Mrs. Glcl Green of Raiford Sun a member of the Klngsley: Lake I II I was in charge of arrangements. cordially invited to all services :
Kenneth Turner of Washington The Farmers Supply was openedto I Baptist Church. I
spent his leave with his wife, day.Mr.. and Mrs. Maston Hayes of .the public this week in a new Surviving Mr. Hubbell are his I I
QthckTOTreat Mrs. Martha Turner and parents, Gainesville have recently visitedMr. building constructed for the own- wife, Mrs Harrlette Hubbell of I EXCELLENCE ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner, here. and Mrs. C. E. And rewa. er, Mike Maruca, at Tenth and Klngsley:\ Lake, and a brother, I 4

bronchitisIwechancewianyme Friends and relatives of Mike Mrs. M. L. Johns and children Cherry StreetsMr. Walter H. Hubbell of Penfteld, the economy of management make upa

Sheppard will be glad to know Louise and Freddie, were dinner i Maruca, who has been en- : N. Y. primary quality our Service whichis

bronchitis maY develop Uugh. I that he has a discharge from the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Pat gaged in the grocery business dedicated to the affairs and needs of
nle coldor acute bron- He and his wife here for a number of years Is Farmhouse Burns
.chest navy. are now terson In Lake City New Year's bereavement.
treated and you cannot! entering a new field and will :
not visiting their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I. H. Sheppard. At present Day.Mr. carry a complete line of farm Last ThursdayThe
eSS potent than and Mrs. T. M. Crawfordand become avail-
supplies, as they
right: to the seat of the Mike and.Dempsey Sapp are en- small frame farmhouse belonging
goes children of Midway were
loosen and expel germ able. C. B. Johns will be associated
i e to help nature* toU'nQhSlraw.tender.taflamecl and family.B. visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Johns with him. to A. E. McKinney, Sr., DEWITT C. JONES :
and family Monday.R. The 30x80 concrete block building of Starke, located two miles
membranes.mu1s1on F. Geiger, S 2/c of Little northwest of Starke of Highway AMBULANCE SERVICE
hJai mucous beechwoodte R. Andrews and M. F. Wig- housing the Farmers SupplyIs
blends (Creek, Va., spent two weeks the early
48 burned to ground
byspec1al processw1th other his mother, Mrs. J. P. Dickerson gins made a business trip to not quite finished and will coat of last week. Tho Funeral Director
cousb& I Thursday
tested medicineS for and family. Gainesville Monday. around $6,000 when completed. STARKB PHONE 7
blaze undeter
no narcotics. cause of the was
tams matter hoW mar>y med1dnes Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and Sgt. and Mrs. C. A. Johns, Mr. mined.
ave tried tell your druggist with tou son Johnny of Midlakes and Miss and Mrs. Raygon Pace and daughter CARD OF THANKSWe The house was recently vacated Our local funeral home enables us to
ft bottle of Creomulsion in Jackson- Norma Jean, of Ft. Myers week to the offer conveniences and services not
nderstandlng you must like the Irene Cochrane were wish to thank our many and during the prior
t quicklY ells s the cough;per- ville Friday night to near Evan- and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mikell friends and relatives for their acts fire the owner repainted the' Interior otherwise available.We .
ng rest and sleep, or you are t0 gelist Percy Crawford of Philadelphia and children of Morrlston werevisiting of kindness, words of sympathyand and Installed a new stove
your money baclc. (Adv.) Fa. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns floral offerings during the In expectation of renting the furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and

and family during the holidays.O. recent illness and death of our dwelling to new tenants. There accept ANY life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY company -

i -- n. Bishop of Jacksonville beloved daughter!; Edith Grlffls.. was very little Insurance McKinney as payment in part or in full on a funeral. Consultation

Can Use More PulpwoodD3 was visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grlffls and :: stated, and added that he carries no obligation.
Crews and family Saturday. He family. estimated his loss at $2,500.

'J) and Bobby enjoyed a nice hunt.
? Mr. and :Mrs. Jay Moody and
Container Corp'n. of America Fernandina. Fla. children of Jacksonville were
visiting friends and relatives here & V' 4eh

.. .
------------------- Sunday.Mr.
and Mrs Eustace Kelly
and Economy .
for Safety, Comfort and daughter, Helen, were shopping
f' .. .. in Gainesville Saturday

FOR COURTEOUS Santa Claus was a little late with
Joe's bicycle.Mr. .
CORRECT i and Mrs. Joe Moody madea :
INFORMATION M.t BUS business trip to Keystone I
I"lh Heights Friday.Mr. .
Please Phone liT r 7 and Mrs. Carl Ward and REALLY I
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baxter of

Ride Florida Motor.Lines Greyhound Busses Jacksonville attended church services WAa
Sunday and visited relative! V '
UNION BUS STATION In Brooker Sunday afternoon. Mr. VEE'

Tl'mple.he. LACY CONWAY Agent Starke Fla. | Baxter's sister, Mrs. Raud Crews I
___ J---, ____._._of of Brooker, is seriously ill at this

writing.Mr. .
and Mrs. A. P. Johns and
children were visiting Mrs. John's
BUG parents Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Con

nor of Midway Sunday.
Reddish Andrews and son, Er-
vin. made a business trip to High

Mrs. Hazel Kite and childrenof

Raiford were visiting Mr. and I
& LONG DISTANCE HAULING Mrs. R. J. Turner; New Year's i

PHONE 179 Day.Mr.. and Mrs. M. D. Stratoa of
Palatka were visiting Mrs. C. P.. a
FRANK BROADWAY L. M. GAINES Cowen Friday night. Mr. Stratos 1' yv
has Just returned from the Philippines
where he served aboard
the U.S.S. Minos with Mrs. Cow-
en's husband, Charlie. ...
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews yyy' "' ..
I < r
; "f ;;; .m,
", '" .
While '
Gainesville Monday.
were In rs+sm?; ;
WfimrJJSHRIIIP there they visited Dave Green in -....
the Alachua County Hospital. rI I
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe have I -
moved to Johnston. We are sorryto /
lose them from our community. "
OYSTERS MULLETSEA We welcome Mr and Mrs. D. J. ,

TROUT PERCH BREAM Nettles munity. of They Midway moved into onto our com-their .

'RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO son Carl Nettles' place. -
Don't forget church services at rt/

Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry the Long Bridge Christian Church y, r
Sunday. >a :A ..
j. s is'way

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HYDRA-MATIC DRIVE Look to America's oldest motor car ness and reliability.

manufacturer for the newest, smartest Ilydr 11-M a t'c Drive I is new, too. First I'.
SALES and S E R VIe E thing In. 1946 m eland the newest, introduced by Oldsmobile in 1939, and I

ti drive. The 1946 Oldsmobile in last .
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f with General Motor new tanks during the war this great Gen
HOT POINT & GIBSONLINE t.t and finer Hydra-Matic Drive, ia here eral Motors developm'ent has now) been

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Burglary the word. The appearance is different
ELECTRIC APPLIANCESNOW NO from any previous Oldsmobile-with You are invited to come in, see and Inspect -

Policy pay for CLUTCH PEDAL newly tailored lines smart new front this great new General Motors

ON DISPLAY i:4.: i\ shy .ti end design, and newly appointed Bodies car. Oldsmobile has been building

what is stolen or ; \ s %... by Fisher. The per- quality automobiles for

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Hydra-MatIc Drive Is 8 combination of a newest Oldsmobile is by
JUST RECEIVED destroyed fluid coupling and 8 fully automatic transsmoother and livelier"FirePower"
Gears thift automatically l far the finest' -the best-
Batteries million. engines.There I
Large ,
Shipment of Radio through all four forward speed, end built Oldsmobile of all
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Mrs. Wood the monthly business meeting will! named Court and cause, wherein Court and, In the, wherein AND ORDER OF TLlpTln
I! for Circle One, opened the meet Tallahassee Dl trlct. plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration named cause NOTICE ?
I these be conducted at the Center. Bradford plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford STATE OF FLORIDA &
addresswas assisted In presenting of maiden name. $:
Ing. The subject of her was .. this County Telegraph shall publish this Malo.sl \( Y
SOCIETYMrs. "Peace". Mrs. A. W. Anderson subjects by Mrs. I. P. Shepherd I Mrs. Davis, historian for the County Telegraph four send l..Mue. ... IUrdWitnessemyf I + weekly Issues. YorkdN.e7: UD E abase llitte,""'
and official
chairman of Circle One and Mrs. F. H. Long. Chapter, read a fine paper and Witness my hand official : Starke, hand Florida, this January -
neal at Starke, Florida, thlH Jan seal! at You are required
talked along the lines of "Peace Mrs. A. W. Anderson, chair 1 made a talk in memory of three 10 1946. | 10, 1946. February, I8f6, In tile 1( ahoy
Through; His Cross", after which man of Circle One presided overa I great Southerners: Matthew F. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs I ed Court and cause whereh
Davis HostessTo All 1 lerk of said Court. Clerk of said Court tiff seeks divorce,
Robert E Lee and Stonewall BradfDt{'"'
earnest and at
Mrs. Wood prayed an short business session Maurey, T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida, 1 Zoch II. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. Telegraph shall PUbll.II "
WSCS Circles prayer.On this time Mrs. I. P. Shepherd was I Jackson, whose birthday an- Atty. fur Pit. 1-11 Mrs. Wood as niversaries come in the month of Witness
Wooddisplayed elected secretary, and
the >VOT.CI fl."a1OFFICIAL
program UIIAIJFOIID at Starke, otf/rltJ/
Circles One and Two of the chart that told of the devotional leader, and Miss Kate January.The NOTICE IS HERElfV liVEN that m-Or\TY..RCI'.T' FI.OHIO.tl rornT. IN CIIA1M- 31, 1141 thl i5 D

Woman's Society of.Christian Ser-(I A truth as treasurer. hostesses, Mrs. Godwin and the undersigned Is engaged name In bUBlnosit of- (2EIIV. I ( SEAL) A.
fictitious J.
under the
major missionary projects I Jose'ph Madlanlttt, Plaintiff V 11. of said
vtee of the Methodist church were I I Circle Two, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, sister Mrs. Chandler, served a Farmers Supply located at 10th and Maria Mato ) Madlanlttl, Defense T. Frank Landrum
entertained Monday afternoon by I Florida, which are Brewster Hospital chairman, elected the following delicious course consisting of hot Cherry to St register.., Starke the, Maid Fla., fictitiousname and Intends dant. Case No. 4284. Atty for Plf. Stark 1't

:iris L. A. Davis, at her home on : In Jacksonville Jacksonville Boyland officers:; Mrs. I.. D. Vtningr. secretary chocolate, open-faced sandwiches, In the Office of the Clerk of I -It:
west Madison St. The spacious Haven School in fruit cake and The favoron the Circuit Court of Bradford
Halle treasurer candy.
Mrs. W. O. ;;
in Tampa, ; Fla.
reception rooms, and also ttydiniBg Rosa Valdez Settlement Mltit Amelia Ray and Mrs. E. L.. each plate,was a lovely N AIYear's County Mike MaruraKt. BRADFORD BARBER SHOP
were made still more Student House in 2, Box 247-A
room, Mrs. L. A card, of which were
Matthews, publicity; many
Wes Fla.
bowls and vases Wolf Settlement In Tampa, Starke,
attractive with House in Key Davis and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, read to the company. 1.11 4t 2.1 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
.., gladioli and ferns.Mrs. ley Mrs. -
A. Wood, devotional leader West, and Rural Work I in, the Social Christian Relations; Notice No. 1021)IIKfonH
W. J. Churchwell, devotional ser W.O.W. To ElectThe TIIM nUI.I'OrOl- W. J. Prather R. L. Morgan

vice; Mla Olive Ray, program. M11H1ON' OV T H K !STATM OK

ALLEY Mrs. W. E. Middleton, president Woodmen of the World NOTICE KI.OIIIIIl In hereby given that the

STARKE BOWLING of the society, announced that will hold a called meeting Friday Railroad Commlmilon of the State
hearing -
of Florida will hold a
three life memberships for the night January 11, at 7:30( p. m. on the following matter at

and RESTAURANTOPEN year 1943: had been awarded to for the purpose of electing and 10:00: A.I.., Thursday, January 81,
Mrs. F. II Long, Mrs. A. Wood I Installing officers for the year 1946, tFI I'ta.Ca"tU: which Courthouse.Htarke time and

and Miss Olive Ray. The president I. : 1946. All members are urged to place you and all Interested parties
ALLEYS 3 p. m. to 11 p. m. also read an invitation to attend this important meeting. will he Driven an opportunity to

Week Nights 12 to 12 Saturday & Sunday the Gainesville District Confer I Lacy Conway, Financial Sec'y. DOCKET be fully heard NO. :20S1 MC Applicationof

ence, which will be held In Lees- Clayton Q. Strickland Starke
Florida, for Certificate of Public

RESTAURANT OPEN ALL NIGHT burg Refreshments, on Jan. 10th.were served in Christian Church common Convenience carrier and of Necessity passengers' as In a u r d nee

MANAGEMENT\ : Starke and between Htarke and
the dining room, where the table Regular services will be held Catnn IHandlnK Florida.

Clarence .... Ilhoden J. W. Glisson was covered with a lace cloth, I this Sunday at the Christian WITNEHS of the the Railroad hand of Commission the Secretary -

We Will Appreciate Your Patronage centered by a bowl of yellow Church with Bible School at 10 the State of Florida this 4th

chrysanthemum! white snapdragons -''a m. The pastor, the Rev. W. i iI (I"f of January 1946.F... 1L BRAn1.i3Y. H. C. Wall Agency A

and candytuft. Balancing the I G. Smedley will use as his morn- I It Secretary.

center piece were tall white tapersIn tag topic at 11 'a. m. the subject i\ rmrrrr ('01 l1'r, nntiiFoiiiif I ,

silver candle sticks. Mrs. W. "What Price Christianity?" The (- 'I"'LOIIIII iv CHVSAlice : I.

/ / Clothes Could Express }!J. Middleton poured tea from a I evening service will be held at ('.:11 McDowell V.I Plaintiff, vs. JosephClifford Constant Service Over 50 Years P

handsome silver service. Refreshments 7:30 p. m.Midweek. I McDowell Defendant. Case I
of Russian tea, sandwiches No. 4SOS.ORDER.
nuts, cake and mints were served :I prayer meeting Is : OF PltnLICATTON I Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED
':held at 7:30: p. m. each Wednes AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
heir by the hostess, Mrs. Davis, and STATE OP FLORIDA to: Joseph.
o Mrs. D. A. Pope of Norfolk Va. day. Each week the group studiesone Clifford McDowell, whose residenceIs I
chapter from the Bible with unknown.

Feelings. 30 minutes of discussion and You are required to appear on

pip UDC EntertainedBy study. This week the study will

Two HostessesThe be of the 9th chapter of the book ADS 1

OF; COURSE TilEYCAN'T. of John and everyone is asked to
read this over before coming to
W. T. Weeks Chapter
BUT JUST the meeting. FOR RENT-Two houses completely FOR RENT 3-room furnished FOR RENT-Store with llvlnir
FOR THE SAKE OF. U. D. C., was entertained I furnished with lights and apartment with bath. Couple only. tera. 223 S. Walnut tt.S'rROUr .
AR( tiM nesday, of last week, by Mrs. Annie w Ate r. One, 2 room., One 3 I I'hone 167. Itp
ENT. LETS Lou Godwin and Mrs. W. J. I FINAL NO.TICK: TO FARMERS rooms. 2 miles out to right of LIST YOUR FARM, CITT1
REMEMBER: Jan. 15 last for
PRETEND THEY Highway 4S, near Peterson'sDairy day
CAN 15th Is the last day on BUSINESS PROPERTY
Chandler, at their home on N.I( January I* B. Jordan, Rte 2, Box paying estimated declaration 1945 ,.,
Your Finest Dresses and Suits Would Un." Cherry St. The cheerful living which reports may be received on 304. 2ti39.ROOMS taxes or making fl.iul return; also -

doubtedly Express Themselves! As Being Well I Soil Conservation practices car farmers' taxes. Contact UM.-
room was made still more attractive Campbell's Accounting Servl..e.II ,
Pleased; With the Excellent Treatment They with gilded pine cones, 1 ried out on arms' In 1945, and all 1-:. Call St, Phone 62. Itp SEW

Receive in Our Plant.' Each Garment is Pro holly and lighted red
cessedlth the Care and Thoroughness That In the absence of the president done so should make their reportto room house 3 1-2 miles out on Greatest inlrrrlUet of'n
I Lawtey highway. Cash or terms.Frances try: property. line ask
this office before the cut-off CABINS -
It DeserveoJ.: If Your Clothes Miss Madgo Middleton, the vice- _
Could SpeakI'llUNE I Wilkinson, 631 W. Madison /3.0OO calm of llomei tim4
They.d Tell You So president, Mrs K. K. Perryman I date so that we may submit the St. Itp Arrrn,"e. Harm from all mx
applications for payment soon World. Free alien llntlnn.
presidedrMrs: Godwin transacted FOR RENT-Small apartment, '7
her duties as secretary; and Mist ..after the 15th.L. Gas Heat Gas Cooking per week. It. F. Demorest, 221 E. A. STROUT REALTY ACIJ

Olive Ray acted as treasurer be- T. Dyer'County Agent and Lights Park Place, Starke. 4 Itp Represented Locally Bj

cause Mrs. Marcus F. Brown was Secretary Bradford CountyACA. FOR SALE 40( acre farm 8 miles F. C. 1IOLLINGSWORIH |
135. west of Starke. All fenced good 116 So. Walnut St
out of town. Completely Furnished berry land, small house and
The meeting opened with prayer barn 3 good wells; all gilng

i ROBT. 315 led by Mr Ferryman and Will i> .nct..r ('0' HT, miIJKOIIi) Hook A Room Ahead for M I 13.$2259.607 West Ralford Haines Brown St.,' Phone Plant FARM FOR SURE RENT or p

GREEN, 94 Temple followed by a salute to the U. S. <'OI'%'I''. "'LO'IIUBI CHANCIS City. 12-28 4tp of crop. House, barns and II u
e and Confederate flags which was II V. For Wife Or Parents of farm land. J. W. Prevail
J. A. Jones Plaintiff vs. Sadie 2, Box 212. MS i {
Owner AYC. led by Mrs. George W: Roberts. Jones, Defendant. Cane No. 4291. HOUSE FOR SALEFive

I Mrs. L. A Davis announced that ORDER OF1 PUBLICATIONAND LARRY'S PLACE FOR RENT-All completed re
NOTICE TO API'EAR rooms and bath, closed- nlohed; two 2-room houwi v,
Mrs. C. D. Walker, president of STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sadie In sun porch. Completely fur- lights and water $17 and |Ill(
i the Florida Division, U.D.C., and Jones, whose residence 1 I. unknown. 1000 Feet From B Gate nished with all modern month. 1 three-room horse, I
You required to on con acres land. LRJ'ldan.
are appear with 2H
I' Mrs. Edward Cunningham, .DIvIsion February 4, 111o 4tf,..In the above KINGSLEY LAKE veniences. Gas, electric automatic Highway 49, near X.'"'J|
vice-president will visit the named Court and icauae, wherein hot water heater and Model Dairy, Wjf
eka Bradford TRAILERS FOR SALE Stark
plaintiff B divorce.
Chapter on Feb. 6th. It was arranged County Teleitranh shall publish this I AmuHumentft. Itr. gas heating stoves. Located In FOR RENT-or for sale or !is'
1' t that the visitors would beentertained Order In next four weekly IKHUBH. heart of town at 328 VV. Cull one buBiness place, threi."
LOST One white Spits male dog !
\VIt neR" my hand and official furnished or unluj
at luncheon at the room houses
a .neat at Htarke Florida, this Jan I{ answers to name of Skipper. St. Inquire Jack Frledler, Rog- nl..hed, four three-room api'
Church Center, on Church St. and uary H, 1916.OFFICIAu I. Finder notify W. 1C. Alvarez: 313 er's Jewelers, 130 E. Call St. manta furnished or unluml.h
Mrs. O. L. Beasley will be chairman (( SEAL) A. J. Thomas N. Church St. lip It interested see. D. O. Ke"i:
I\B Clerk of aid Court. St.
of arrangements. It is hop If. O. brown: htarke i "Florida FOR BALK-Walnut office fur- LOST OR STRAYED-Yellow cow. N. Thompson
ed that all members, also pros Atty. for Pit. l-ll *t 3-1 nlture. Phone 157 for appoint- Incomplete half Jersey, half Guernsey, with
ment. Itp Ouernney shield on
pective members, of the Chapterwill forehead wt. 800-900 Ibs.. no GIRLS WANTEDTo
IX 'IIU..T 01'11'1'. lilt tllFOIIIt FOR SALE-One 5 burner Qiilck- marka except Tat tag In one ear
be present on that occasion. l'ol'Y'1'1.' KI.OIIIUVl IK <'''.\I: meal built In oven stove. Used and silt In other black hafa.I Wait On Tables
Immediately after the luncheon IKItV.MUhael only 6 months. Will take $84 cash Reward-W. B. Laienhy, New I
Ineta, Plaintiff, vs. AnnaLlueta trade. milk Mrs. River. Sing
or on good row 12-28-3tp Also Dance or
Defendant. Case No, 42K8. Elsie llradley. Rte 2, toe 223. I '
UHf) ;IL OK PUBLICATION 1-11 :?tp MATTRESSES of all kinds reno-
AND) NOTIfR TO APPKAR vated; furniture upholstered and APPLY AT
/ 4 / 1 / 1 g 1 4I 1V.C.T.U.KANSAS STATE OP FLORIDA to: AnnaOa..t" FOR SALE' -Small furnished house. r..tlnillhed. Drop IlS a card.
whose residence and adilreHHl Your home with no lumber worries. I-IASTINOS MATTRESS CO., E'ox I TilE SHOWBOATGreen
l 51 IVrshln Road, Clifton, New Reasonably priced. Mrll.lIIath..nYi 230, Palatka Fla. tt I
I lerxey. H4 miles East of Starke Cove Springs
GETS LAST LAUGHKansas You are required to appear on I Ing Road. Itp FOR SALE-1945 i
February 11, 13 4 ft, In the above 25 feet Continental trailer Next To City Dock

a pioneering state named Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford, whereinplaintiff FOR SALE-22 rifle and bicycle. equipment. long.Write Sleeps J.V.4. Prevatt with aU, Ask for Joe or BarrelGOLOR
Oood condition $35. 1:1111Iatheny, Rte.
2, Box '
In the cause of prohibition, l la County Telegraph hall publish this 1H miles Bunt of Starke. Itp 1.42tD Starke, Fla 1 1At
Order In next four weekly
made the butt of many Jokes, my hand and official FOR RENT: 2-room furnished - -
because of Its dry attitude. It neal uary 7 nt, 1918.UJo'FICIAI4 Stnrke. Florida, this Jan apartment. 614 N. Church St. Itp I _

In. no Joke, however what ( SEAL A. J. Thomas '"
WANTED to do general! housework
Kansas has reaped aa a resultof A. Clerk of Maid Court. by day. Write [Ituth Itossl Rte. 1,,
> Fifth
,' h% rrtk Its bone-dry law. In Kansas Clark William BldMT.1 Morgan Jacksonville, Florida Box 112. Starhe, Fla. Itp

there are: Fifty-four counties I Atly. for Plf. 1-11 4t 2-1 r.oRT-ln phone booth or vicinity 1O

without any Insane: fifty- I Starke Telephone Company Tuesday -
iv 'llIct''r rnfiiT. itit VIIKOIID black. silk coin purse containing -
four counties without .
any (.01'\. ". FI.OIIIII IN CllCKHV. \>- about $40. Finder notify
fepble-nilnded; ninety-six counties :Mrs W. S. Murray 1709 SW 9th c:. \1"
without poorhouxe; I Dorothy Ryan nuRKlero, Plaintiff St.. :Miami 35. Fla. Reward ?
any vii. Vincent Huna-lero, Defendant. \
fifty-three counties without anypersons Case No. 4310.oltnnit STRAYED Jan. 1. vicinity Keystone 'l-
In Jail; fifty-six coun- OP .irATlO>f Ilolahts. :2 Enirllsh hull dogs one.
I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR white, black. eye named Earnest; r
pa s tli-n without any representatives STATR OF KIXmiDA to: Vln- one medium fawn named Etiirer. .
t In the state penitentiary.The rent KiiKK'ero' whose address InI Reward for Information leading
t J "a 917 I 32nd Avenue, Corona. Long to return. Contact Cap A. T.
Island.. New York. Beaver 229 Tin., Camp Blandinw.Extension .
-( Christian Observer) l I You are required to appear on 384. It
Tct February 11, 1946, In the above
FOR RENT: -Two 2-room apts, Ran
heat, good location reasonable.
Inquire Coca-Cola: plant. lip
'Y,'? w. _
t4"dot Announcing the Opening ofFARMER'S HOUSE 3 FOR bedrooms SALE well- Practicallynew furnished LIPSTICK 8Y'//4,

Desirable location lot 60x210.
Reasonable Easy terms can b.
arranged. Write box 72S or phone
SUPPLYCORNER 1. Starke. Itp .
!last a trvt red .
WANTED stenographer and 1 ,
bookkeeper, male or female. -
10TII & CHERRY STREETS Campbell'sAccounting Service, bold and bright and ringing +
119 E. Call St.. Phone B3. Itp
.yo.'h y. with challenge I ,M
1. htY LOST--Crosscut Simon saw on road Packaged with 7
28 or on dirt road from Pine
Level Church to railroad trestl, a week's supply of Clarion j
HANDLING If found vleap* return to J, A.
toward Pen. Del., Starke. Itp
tL : Face Powder tawnypinkto
I FOR RENT Furnished house at
Ballard & Ballard Feed Klnnmlny Lake, with modern conveniences.
Mrs. J, M.:\ Mitchell give vour face a lift! ,
302V.. Madison St. ItpHELP
N American Fencing l I
NTF.D--F..p..rt typist to .t
work In Isw office. Apply. T.
And Soon to Have A CompleteLine Frank Landnim. It a/ r

WANTED: TO BUY Two horse
riding cultivator with all implements
of Farm Supplies, Hardware, John Deere or International. .- '.ry
ROBERT LUNNThe J. S. Austin Lawtey, Box ':.: JI
134. up 7hti: lM
Tools, Wagons, etc. .':1 '
,.. WANTED WOMAN: STENOQ. Clarion Lipttitk and
RAPHER Must have office ex
Singer type. Apply Bradford Samplt Fact Pnudtr. 1.00
.nCr:1: :
Company. It I..
AND ADDED ATTRACTIONS I wish to thank the public for the fine business # W

that has been given me in the past, and hope thatI FOR SALE OR RENT--Several ....w.
Ing machines In good condition.
Starke School Auditorium may continue to serve you in the future. I. O. Hemingway 234 South
Thompson St. 1-11 2tp

Wed., Jan. 16, 7:30 P. M. WANTED.-Young lady local for

Children Under 12 50c; Over 12 75c MIKE MARUCASTARKE. fOR counter.RENT Starke- Furnished Dry Cleaner.garage citJ

apartment with electric refrigerator .. J
Sponsored By and gas ..tn".. Adults only. ( Si0'e'I
Mrs. A. F. Sauls.. Apply 61S Me-

American Legion Post, No. 56 FLORIDA Mahon. lip

FOR RENT: -apartments In
. town
_" :_' ,I ':_ .. '. and cottage at Klngsley Lake. N.
Sternberg. Apply at Store. It II..II! !!!

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