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 18, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication Katablished In 1877 a 1

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the Decrease, Fire Does In$200 Kitty's DamageFire Place Baptists Planning $75,000 New Church: Navy Interested In Vacancies Here I{ i''

ath Rate, Up caused approximately early Sun day$200 morning damageto To Build On Site. Of Present LocationPictured If Clean arid Rents Reasonable

the lunch room and beer parlor at rightis j

1945 known as "Kitty's Place' on Tem- I the architect's '.1 '< '. In a straightforward talk before the Starke Chamber a
ring ple avenue at Jackson street. I sketch of the pro- ', .! ',' C :
,W 4' ': < ..I\ of Commerce last Friday night, Mrs. Harryette E. Maddox,
The alarm was given by a jected new First ,.. Vr. i, II
passing housing manager for the Navy Berthing Area at Green Cove

I stork made fewer visits truck driver at 4:45: o'clock, Baptist Church of ;, ', y 11 ';. 'Springs, stated that Navy personnel will fill every vacancy
I''g The fire, of undetermined origin, I Staike, to be con '
adtol'c1 County 1944iltwhlleexacted J in Starke--PROVIDING that clean! attractive accommodations )'
did in began In one corner of the kitchen at a cost '"" ,.I .)''
he with
than I adequate sanitary facilities offered.
toll.unt and had spread to the attic above ,,0 f approximately : are
$, a the dining room when the fire i $73,000 on the site ;rjp11cki.iJl : ,"i- Emphasizing time and again the importance of cleanliness -

1htrth and death the figures vital I department arrived and extinguished 'i of the present ? tJ-\' Mrs. Maddox stated that her office is interested primarily l
|: week from / .
| ll"d thu'ecord on file In theIt the blaze within three church at the corner -i '. in the housing of enlisted, .. men and their. families.

pcs Unit here reveal, minutes, according to fire chiefR. ;i, o f Jefferson I II "These kids won't expect anything -

I ,, Health babies were born In C. Buford. and Clark Streets Auto Tag Sales elaborate," she stated."They'll !.

187 during 1945 six lest! ,, The business equipment, owned I I| The r e q uired be satisfied with a

I ford record total of 193. by Mrs. Kitty Andrews, proprietor funds are being Reach 1,854 small ice box and a two.

!94ls shows that the numberLaths was not damaged and the 'I I I raised subscription entirely A, by J, As Deadline Passes burner electric, gas or oil

in the county Jumped cafe was open for business! Monday Thomas I II I stove-but the units MUST
I chairmanof
i 67 in 1944 to 87 last year ; R. A. Green, owner of the the Board of I Automobile owners jammed the be clean and attractive."

33 percent. I building, stated that damage to courthouse office of Tax CollectorC.
ncrease of I I Deacons said, and Ml'/!. Madox also' stated that I
than his building was partially covered A. Knight here the first three
la myth that more boys time by Insurance. 'I at present the .iJl days of this week to purchase Navy enlisted personnel could _{ '

laie born during war Bradfordty building fund 1046. license tags. No extensionof not pay rents of $60 or $70 Jjl

exploded, at least In 81 stands at $25,000. the January 15 deadline for per month and advised landHI

|, for) 100 girls and only "We do not planto vehicles lords to scale down
E here in 1945. Of Blanding Range I displaying .tags on their |$f
were born 56 fe- begin construction was 'announced by the Governor prices if they desire to attract -
111 ((55: : males, until
total, I the bulk
of Florida, and drivers of automobiles business from Green Cove
white, and 78 ((32 of the fund Is .
9)) were Still bearing 1915 plates are Springs. She stated that apartments -
|9 44 females) were negro. DangerousThe raised," he added.
Eary led all other) months with 'Mo_ n__"" ._ now subject to arrest at $35, $40 and evon $50.

Births, and next was September Russell-Seymour- :-A.I.A., of Jack. turn, will be the 83-foot long, 33- the first floor of the connecting I: In the past week the collector would be within their means. l

| 21. August with 20, October Security and Intelligence I Bonvllle. foot wide, two story educational wing is chiefly allocated to church sold approximately 900 new. tags, A recent survey conducted by :
I 19 March and November I Division of the U. S. Army at The main auditorium surmounted building. The two story connecting offices. The upper floors of the I bringing the tally of 1946 motor the Chamber of Commerce show- '

17 each May with 15, July, Camp Blanding Issued this weeks I by the steeple, at right, will wing between the buildings Is educational building and connecting vehicles licenses sales to 1,834: In ed a total of 395 housing units

[February with 13 April and warning that unauthorized per- be a single vaulted chamber 93 53 feet long and 26 feet wide. wing are devoted to additional Bradford County. "A large number I now available In ,Starke. These

| with 10 each, and Decembering sons crossing the firing range on feet long by 40 feet wide with a The bulk of the educational >I Sunday school classrooms "still haven't bought newtags were classified! .a a follows: 15
Mr. said.
with 9. About 10 perceift the Camp Reservation will be ar- seating capacity of :275. A bal- building's first floor is devoted to I The building will be steam heated Knight houses; 2 cottages; 39 cabins; 143

he 1945 births were illegltlr rested as trespassers.Camp I cony will seat an additional 125 a large social room, and also contains and will face Jefferson Street. apartments; 196 rooms.. Although

officials believe that the persons.At the kitchen and several The Rev L. D. Haines la! pastor Mrs. the survey Is not entirely finIshed /

ith 47 men and 40 women deBed public has a mistaken idea that I left, balancing the auditor- Sunday school classrooms, while of the church. Billy Sunday It In believed that around 90 per-

deaths In 1945 were alBt the ranges are cloned and cross u cent of the territory has been

divided between the them on hunting and fishing trips. covered, and any landlord who

B q<,equally Of the total number, 50 This is not the case It was ex- Matthews to Retire Azel J. Rowe, I Vet Administration At Tabernacle was missed Is asked to contactthe

K> white and 37 were negro. plained and the practice Is ex- After 22 Years Native of Lawtey RepresentativeHere I USO or A, J.' Thomas, president -

Kary had the highest rite with tremely dangerous. Mrs. W. of the .Chamber of Com-
A. "Billy" Sunday! of
On R. R. CommissionEugene
eaths, while March and June Buried FridayAzel Each WeekFor Wlnona Lake, Ind., will l be a threat merce, and secure a. form for list-

rlenced the lowest rate with Merrill Struth Ing his vacant,property.
at the Gospel Tabernacle Friday I
S. Matthews of Starke Rowe 83, died the benefit and convenience

3 deaths each. Receives DischargeMerrill chairman of the Florida Ralroa.dCommission : Thursday Jan. 10 at his home In of Bradford] County veterans, evening, Jan. 18 and will speakat Mrs Maddox* .Introduced to.

announced Saturdaythat Lawtey after, an illness of several James L. Hales, Jr.. contact rrn. I the evening service at 7:80: I the group by Mrs Elizabeth Hor-

eater Begins Struth son of Mrs. W be will not be a candidatefor years. .. resentatlve of the Gainesville t-b- p. m. Mr*. Sunday Is the wife nick, director of the\Starke USO,

Id H. Struth of Starke, arrived home re-election to the office in Funeral services were held Fri regional office of the Veterans of the Ute "Billy" Sunday, world-( who! has been I n s l rumental In

Clothing Driver Sunday following his honorable 194ft and will retire when his present day .afternoon at they graveside Administration, will be peasant In famous evangelist, and a very I making arrangements to bring

| Needy Greeks discharge from the Seabees at the term expires next January. In Woodlawn} Cemetery Mac- the large eourt room o| tM Bradford profitable>> and spiritual evening Is Navy personnel to Starke. Accompanying -
Jacksonville Naval Air Station Mr. Matthews.)bas served on,the ,clenny. with'"Rev. James Strick- County Courthouse} every promised. her, .housing.. managerwere

Hree tpovte> passes will id given earlier In the day. commission! for.n 22;.)!' arsUiavlng: land .T. tbe_ Q&ptist, Church )Jn. Thursday- from nine o'clock A. M There wit be special rousle during .all 1Ensle"' {Husband, X.U- Maddox.

vejyone CQntribtrttnl''l'*.rmenta _. Merrill1! joined -the.,:Staahees In been appointed< '"to."the urfH[ e 4r 'MaxvtttaL add.;EMWilti' C.i Jones t in until.tftr,"'cloekM\-M.'to give th*,.Maniac.. .Mrs., Sunday !Is \ offteer. Asljary..*" ,.< Navy A billetIng -.*

Greek war relief;"W, .Nj':CarBon (> ,'boot 1924. .by Gov! Cary IA. Hard..' March; 1943; and recelved J ''' '
owner of the Park Theatrelocal fill the unexpireJ term of a mem- 'MY;.;''Rowenwaa :
B representative'' of.theKk tralnlpg n.camp'P riy, Va. and ber''who 'died.:* 'lie'has served M Baker County,' son ',of the .lat In matters relative to the 'J Navy. will provide'free'transportation : '

War Relief Association. .. specialist training at the Marine chairman eight'yearL '\ Edward and Car o 11,n e Benton Veterans Administration.The neg'ljinlhgr Sunday' .tan/20,* and' between Starke and" Qresn

this week.HV'e Base at. New River N. C. He,,attained Rowe. He was a member of the representative will assist lasting through" Sunday,' Jan. 27j Cove Spring. providing that a
veteran commissioner W'a.1born'
the rank of,. carpenter's Church. the congregation of the Taberlnacle sufficient number1 of suitable accommodation -
drive for Baptist vets In to
are putting on a, in Bradford County In 1872: : preparing applications '
Ing relief of war stricken pep- mate first class, and shipped over- His moved to Gainesville Surviving are one brother, Icha* get formal or on-the-job schooling I will be privileged to hear / ,are'available''here.

of Greece, so bring theBies seas In January: 1945.: He servedin when family he nine old and bod Rowe of MaxvlUe and one sister under the G. I. Bill of Rights; the Rev Edwin O. Zorn of Cicero, I She urged the Chamber of Commerce -

you don't need on downBUie the Philippines and China with was years Mrs. Belle Lang of Lawtey. file pension claims; get farm, Ill., who will 'present a series of to ask property owners to
at the of 10 he began a long
Sixth Marine Division. He age evangelistic services. clean up, paint up, and make their
Park Theatre lobby form the home, or business loans under the
career by serving as '
Journalistic I
purpose and< our manager.will arrived In San Francisco January an apprentice printer on the old Mrs. Stella Harris O. I. Bill of Rights; claim arrearsof Mr. Zorn spent 20 years In business I There units as In little attractive'demand aa possible. l

B you In exchange a free pass." 3, 1946, for discharge.He Gainesville Daily Bee. Army pay or allotments;. get ; founded and conducted the for sleeping
'Hialeah; rooms unless
CWR.A. representative ,said. awarded the Philippines Dies In hospitalization for service connected cooking privilegesare
Gull Lake (Mich.) Bible Confer-
At the age of 16 he was editor offered, she stated.
for a good purpose and them Liberation Ribbon with one bronze or other disabilities; convert
Jfr Stella Hornsby Harris, 47, and la the founder of five
j and manager of a Marion County Insurance ence;
Is good any day of the week. star, the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre ; or any other Veterans
Ribbon, the American Theatre RIb- weekly, and moved to Starke sev- a resident of Bradford County for Administration function.Mr. independent churches and mis Rotarians Hear

bon, and the Victory Ribbon. Prior eral years later, where he boughtthe 27 years, died January 7 at her Hales states that since the : sions. He Is also one of the Author of
rmer Raiford Manes Merrill Bradford Count? Telegraph home, 1138 S. E. Ninth avenue, j
to his military service Hialeah, Fla., following an attackof Inauguration of this service lash J originators and a member of the
owned until 1932, whenhe
which he
In Lacoochee by the U. S. Engineers !! HistoryDr.
| was employed to return to this sold the paper to his son, E. t. Influenza which developed into July an average of 15: to 20 veterj j executive committee of the Christian i
and expects
liter Rosier his Matthews.He pneumonia, Funeral services were ans from the seek his Business Men's Committee, Rembert W. Patrick
:50, died at work within a few days. county ; professor
11 from the chapel of and its executive for six
held secretary
Be In Lacoochee Saturday, Jan. was a member of the Flor- January counsel each Thursday. "I urge I of Social Sciences at the
the Combs Funeral Home in and a half years; a pastor for 22
He moved there from Rai- Receives ida House of Representatives In and appreciate veterans comingIn University of Florida, was, guest
School Miami. and vice-president In the
B a year ago. 1905, 1907, 1911, and 1923, serving to see me," he stated. "If I years speaker at the Rotary Club Wednesday -
is survived her IFCA-now Us executive
Harris by secre
Brvlces were held Sunday aft- Valued EquipmentFrom as speaker during the 1907 ses husband, L. F. Harris, by three can't help a veteran with his particular tary. discussing I'Ome' of the

B>n at the graveside In Sapp BlandingMachinery sion. In 1905, he was a memberof 'Charles and Preston problem I'll send him by j many problems encountered In
Camp which framedthe sons Homer Accompanying: him to Stark collecting: Florida historical data.
Bstery Wilt the committee the most direct way to the place
near Raiford. Rev. Harris, and by a daughter, Lillian Kenneth
will be the Rev and Mrs
of Buckman bill, an act establishing where he can get the assistance i Dr. Patrick Is
the i an authority
| Methodist Church In than on
valued at more Harris, all of Hialeah; by her parents E. Lovelady, gospel musician,
the state college system. In he needs, so veterans need feel no Confederate and Is
denny) and DeWitt C. JonesIn without cost the ,
obtained Mr. and Mrs. James Hornsby of
was who
$500 I sing and play a variety
in charge 1923 he helped to write the law hesitancy in consulting with me I author of "Jefferson Davis and '
of arrangements.Is recently by the Bradford County of Starke; by four brothers Elmer I musical Instruments, Including the I
which set up a preferential system even if their problems are only remotely Ills Cabinet". Ills most recent \
Is survived by his wife Sally High School from Camp Blandlnsr Markley and Wilber Horns- accordion and aolovox. Them' will ;
of state highways."Major" akin to the Veterans Administration's book, "Florida Under Five Flags",
er of Lachoochee; mother, for use In the school's vocational" bv of Jacksonville\ and Russell I be special music at every ser
he Is services, he said. I was published last month
Shi Mathews, as and Is
m Etta Rosier, Raiford; threemen. agriculture class, Foster Hornsby of Starke; and by two
served in the First The representative praised the vice.The a brief history of the state, handsomely
Mlddleton Rosier. Law- Smith, school principal, announced widely known, sisters, Mrs. Hazel Hall of Starke ,
public I is Invited to hear
Band Brantley and R. S. Rosier yesterday.The Florida volunteer Infantry duringthe and Mrs. Pearl Burris of Green cooperation he Is receiving from Illustrated with a fine
War, and local officials. I these outstanding messengers of I collection of photographs, both
Spanish-American .
acoochee. that Cove Springs.She
: three sons, Roose- school official stated the Coepel. old
of the and new. This book was
senior major published
became born Starke in
Clayton and Willard Rosier windfall of badly needed later was near

Ghee: two daughters, Mar- equipment the was largely due to the Florida National Guard. September of 1898, attended Bradford Boy Scout NewsAn The Saturday-evening "Youth centennial In connection with Florida.
I I observance-1945
Rosier retire at the ex- Schools, and resided being
Lacoochee and Mrs. efforts and cooperation of Cap- "In deciding to for Christ" meeting are fastgalnln& the 100th
June term," he until 1926 when she Area Board Meeting of the year of statehood.Dr. .
Arant of West Palm C. M. Alexander, Camp Blan- piration of my present near Starke in Interest and attend-
*: and two sisters, Mrs. Net- tain Property Disposal Officer, stated "I am not unmindful of moved to Miami with her hus- North Florida Council, Boy Scoutsof dance, and even the alder l folks Patrick told of the splendid 1
crinia ding to me she America, will be held In Starke i collection of Florida historical
Raiford and Mrs. removed the Items from the the support given so freely band. In subsequent years find It Interesting towatch theearnestness I
na Blackburn who obtained by thousands of frequently visited her family here. tonight (Friday). Dinner will be material thais being, assembledat
Macclenny. landing sale pile and over the years ,, of the young people
I served to the at the the University of
the friends. To them am group Avery Florida. He j
approval for Florida vying with each other In the
1C. Chastain War Department from Fourth Service Com- deeply grateful. The rich memoryof Red Cross to Meet Inn at 6:30: o'clock, after which a Bible quiz" and Scripture refer stated that the main objective I
gft A associations will remainas business meeting will be held In carried out In "Florida Under
In Atlanta. those contests) All -
young peopie !
Seek Re-election mand headquarters reward of public Judge E. K. Ferryman, Chair- the recreation building of the Five Flags" was to present a
of the Items were now. a priceless 1 and older persons are cordi-
majority man of the Bradford County Chap- Methodist Church. I' concise history of the state that I
of service. ally Invited to attend these meet-
Chastain, Incumbent coun- V. R. Ferguson Instructor ter, American Red Cross, urges Those attending this meetingwill Ings. could be read In a single evening.Capt. i

PmmUaioner from District 4. the vocational agriculture course two BuildingOn every member of the Chapter, be chairmen of the district ,! A. Z.. Adkins, Jr., receatly
"aced candidate wire splicers, 260 pounds of weld- Ave contributed a dollar or more to of the regular service, the sac
for re-election In Washington the New River District. served with the 80th Infantry
B"ay! rods, an electric bench saw a the 1945 Red Cross War Fund, to red rites of Baptism were administered I
primaries Ing Court of Honor Division, was a guest of the club '
elected blade electric saw, 28 Brown purchased; the annual I to two persons -
to this office I will seven-Inch Mrs Florence be present at meetingon at this meeting
flinch A of Honor will be held mother and la beau- ,
Court daughter
ru to augers, bits and drills, a large untenanted store building on Tuesday January 22, 1946, at a
discharge the duties eight I the Jan. 21 In theI tiful E. J. Dahmer was welcomed Into -
therewith woodworking band saw, avenue opposite' the 4 p. m. at the Red Cross OfficeIn Monday night ceremony. i
jcied In a fair Washington the club as a new member.
cut-off saw, of Lake Butler Baptist Church. The ,
electric and
Thursday Tuesday Wedn..layevenCngl
"Partial manner" he rtated. vices, a heavy S. R. Johns residence the Armory Building. I
Bslrlc' .4 IS a sledge hammer, and ten steel week from Olin White of I Election of Officers will be held, regular monthly district meeting the Rev, J, Jj Van
comprised of the last !
B?'ton '--raham, and Taeressa spring rules.Singing Starke for 100000. Judge Perryman states, with J. E. I will be held follwlng the Courtof June was present fo show pictures Christian Church

BM, Precincts, I 1 brick building and Wilson Mrs. Junlus M. Smith and Honor of the mission work In
ConventionThe The Mrs. Brown's residential : Mrs. T. H. Osborne, comprisingthe Attending thla meeting will be French Indo-Chlna Interestingand Services for the week of Jan I

its lot adjoins and the store II ] nominating committee.The : district committee members, Informative views were shown uary 20 at the First Christian

ist Church Bradford County Singing property be remodeled for Chapter's accomplishments troop committee members, and of the Mois and Rhady tribes of Church are as follows: Bible

with the I will eventually Scouts for advancement. that country and also the Man Son School will meet at 10 a. m. with I
"CI will meet Mrs. for the past year will be reviewedand going up
Convention garage
:. the morning sermon Church of God on Sunday I use as a private Mrs. Meier, General Field Dau tribes and Annamese people. the morning worship service at

Cod Methodist Church Will he.: Starke 27 from 2 P. :Jt until 4:30 Brown stated. Representative from SoutheasternArea Recent Realty Sales Rev lime spoke of his experience 11 a, m. The pastor Rev. W. O.

w that Answereth by Jan. Crosby Is presidentof Headquarter In Atlantta, there and told of the great need Smedley, will use as his subject,
oJ Churchwell pastor p. m. A. D. Nor- Business 52 Years of more workers for that field "Can God Get Along l Without
N. of
Y School the convention with T. In Qa., will discuss the objectives Recent sales as reported by You?"
10 a. m.' W. the K C. Hollingsworth of the E. A.
vice-president. of Alvarez year.Recent
Pe. general superintendent. man, J. M. Alvarez, owner '' Evening worship Is at 7:30
People and oldest Strout Realty Agency include the' Bank HolidayThe p. I
meeting' at :13. local men's shop and the for discussionwill
Store 9 1-2 in Melrose m. topic
acre orange
Arm 11 Iv men t In Births
Breaks b s
Whigham counselor. Child be "The Tower and Power of
edlgt lobserved completion by James Walnwright to Mr. Florida Bank at Starke
es the .
meet at 6ia-: Miss Starke. of will not be for business tomorrow Babel."
White Johns 7-year-oW in business 8UZANNC: JUDY; and Mrs. William Heydorn open

Oups counselor at Snack for Sandra Joyce of Mr. and Mrs. Carl ol his fifty-second He year opened the Mr. and Mrs. Millard Judd an- New York City and the sale of (Saturday), which Is the I Prayer Meeting. Is at 7:30 Wednesday

I) by 6:30.: Preacblng daughter a broken right Tuesday. venture, at nounce the birth of a daughter, the 5-acre Andrew Magyar farm birthday anniversary of Robert E. eve n I n g and the 10th t
sustained business
t the pastor. COI1greCat Johns, afternoon !In a fall store, his first street site January Suzanne, In the Alachua County. on Rd. 13 to Mr. and Mrs Frederick Lee and a legal holiday In Chapter of John will be studied

"day 7 g.30 Prayer meeting arm Monday aw near her home at lu present Call Hospital, on Friday, Jan 11. Smith of Detroit. 1''Ida. FIr.l. by these' present'' thY' week''.''
see- 1894
p. m. Choir from a 15
e 8 0 m I South and Water streets




"VIK-! TWO -

. aNew. a . a .1 Buys Farm Home 1 No.ORDER 4X79. OF PUBLICATION I AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR! County this. Order Telegraph In next tom',halt Wetrl' { l>"
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STATE OF FLORIDA to:: Loran Phillips, whose residence 1st 115 Witness my hand and
River S. P. Hicks, Jr., of Brooker, re Ansel Mead, whose residence. Is Un North 4th Street, Wilmington, North seal at Htarke. Florida film.
cently purchased the E. J. Lewis known. Carolina. oember 2T, 1941.:
EHtabl1l1bl' 1871 By The School farm and home located one-hall I You are required to appear on. You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A j ...
February 4, 1946, In the above named January 28, 1946, In the above As Clerk of said "HR.
E. L. Matthews ______________ Editor and Owner . . . mile east of Starke near Peter- I Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein Count plaintiff ) named Court and cause, wherein. H. Duncan 617 Court Lynch

o Church services were held Sunday son's Dairy. He Is the County I'' Telegraph' shall. publish this OrdeiIn plaintiff of seeks Malden divorce Name.and Bradford restoration lacks oft ill Florida. Auy Bf0"ff<|
ClaM Mattelat r at the Road Supervisor. Mr. and Mrs next four weekly Issues.
Second and evening:
Pnbtlabed Weekly .>n Fridays and Entered M morning Witness my hand and official sea .
the Pout Office at Stark. Florlila., Long/ Bridge Christian Church Hicks and their family are already ; at Starke, Florida this Decumbei
Greek ol occupying their new home 31, 1945. I
with h the Rev. D. A. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs ,
Jacksonville.Mr. Clerk of said Court.
That. is: riiirriT CO W'liT. iminroiiiif01 Gainesville Fla I I
It Seems and Mrs. Joe Moody and 'MTV.,. PLOHIUll IN! CHANCKIIV. -I Atty.Zach for H. Plf.Douglas 14t 1-21 BUG

family were visit I n g Mra. Lou Thelma I Tucker Brartneck, Plaintiff _
With our USO operation apparently set to fad Green of Ralford Sunday.Bill vs. K 8. Dradn.ck, Defendant. Cans i.v cinrrrr roi'HT. BRADVOHI: I
of this month,, Williams of Lake Butler No. 428S. COUNTY, FLOHIUAl IN: CHAN
in Starke the latter part ,
from the picture ORDER OF C'KHV.
community will quite likely come into possessionof and Miss Walker of Jacksonvillewere AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Iris Corrln Standfleld Plalntlff'l TRANSFER COMPANYLOCAL
the visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. I* STATE OF FLORIDA to: 'K. vs. Walter Sylvester ,
$80,000 building that can be fitted nicely our Ilradenerk, whose residence and fen I
an of activities. Crews and family Sunday after dress. Is unknown.You S'I :jEIfaFN'ut2lCATION; : & LONG DISTANCE IIAULIK'
civic and school program noon. are required to appear AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
4, 1046 In the above STATE OF FLORIDA to: WalterSylvester
to have been an erroneous February
Although there seems Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Greek of ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Standfleld whose addresiIs .
impression in some parts that the building would revert Jacksonville were dinner guests of seeks divorce. Bradford County : Qlennvllle Oeorda. PHONE 179
Telegraph shall publish. thin OrderIn You are required to appear or
$gratis to the city as soon d:* it ceased being used as a Mrs. C. C. Butler and daughter, next four weekly Issues. February 4th, 1948, In the above I L. M.
explained that the structure must be Blanche, Sunday.Mr. Witness. my hand and official named Court and cause, wherein FRANK BROADWAY GAINES
USG it is now eat at Starke, Florida, this Jan. plaintiff seeks divorce, custody.
paid for, although it will quite likely go for only a few and Mrs Monroe Barr and uary 2Ob'F1LTAL 1946. support and maintenance of minor
Miss Marcia Barr of Jacksonvillewere ( ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas children. Bradford County Tele
cents on the dollar.Handsomely Mrs. G. W. AH Clerk of Maid I'nurt. graph shall publish thin Order Ir ----
equipped as it is, the visiting; Mr. and Jordan Laxonby & Dell, Gainesville.Flu. next four weekly Issues.Witness .
and expensively Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Attys for Plf. 1-4 4t 1.25 my hand and offlcla
USO building here is undoubtedly a prize plum that I Andrews and children Saturday seal at Starke, Florida, this December -
times larger than I i\ "'..H'I'IT ('o"nT. 1111 "I>KOIIICKIIV. > 27th 1945.
any community-even one many afternoon.Mrs. 4'01'r Y', I"LOIIIDii IN CH.i N. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Starke-might well be proud to possess. The building E J. Shepherd and baby As Clerk of said Court. BuildingJacksonville ..
I n. Ella, Plaintiff vn Lucy It. H. Duncan. 517 Lynch
itself is of the largest and most, expensive type.I Ellen June, of Tampa and Mrs. August Klta. Iiofendant. Case No. 4285.OltDEtt Florida, Atty. for Pit (
built under the USO program and fs magnificently M. L. Johns spent Monday of last OK PITHLICATIONAND 1-4 4t 1-25
equipped with two complete kitchens, public address :I week with Mr. and Mrs L. L. I 8TATK OF FLORIDA. to: Lucy I''U"TIT c-nritT. nit\i>Fonrrorvrv ----

system air cooling system, and practically everything Renfroe C. E. Andrews of Vanderbilt.and son, Seeber Ella IB: ((10(1(1(whose IPernenllne residence Ave.and W.address New. ('KHV. Fi.oitmti iv CIIA.N: SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET

needed for a well-rounded recreation program.Of Doyle, made a business trip to ;I, York You New. are Jersey.required to appear, on Martha. Martin Gregory Joseph Fllllniter Fllltntfer Plaintiffvs. Defen, SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM
course a building of this size will cost something St. Augustine Friday and while February 4. 1948, In the above named -. dant. Case No. 4269.
I Court and cause wherein plaintiff RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO
to maintain and operate, so it is important thatit there visited Mr. and J'r8.\ Stanley seeks divorce Bradford County ORDER OF PUBLICATION -

be taken over by some governmental unit that can Andrews. ,I Telegraph shall publish Issues.. thin OrderIn STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Martin

make good use of its facilities and can also shoulderthe Mrs\ Jessie Lazenby and sons, ; Witness next four my hand weekly and official Heal Joseph FllllnKer.New York.402 7th Avenue, Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
I Brooklyn
burden of maintenance. proximity!' to B.H.S., Joe and John, Wexconnett spent 31 at, Stnrke 1945. .Florida this December I You are required to appear or.
recreation equipment library the week-end at home and while OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas January 25 1946 In the above named
its large auditorium, I ( Court and cause, wherein plain
here received the sad news of the An Clerk of said Court. 'I
space, and many other features make it fit ideally T. Frank Landrum, Stark. Florida tiff seeks divorce Custody &: Control -
Child. Also supporl
the school setup, where it would answer many long death of Mr. Lazenby's youngest Atty. for Plf. 1-4t 1-25 for Child of Minor Bradford County Telegraph -
concerned would like to see the sister In North Carolina.Mr. I nhall. publish. this Order Ir
felt needs. Everyone and Mr R. R. Andrewsand I inun IT roriiT. lilt \UFO"O next four weekly issues.
building operated so as to be of maximum good to the .'0' NTV, F..O'UIJ.\I IN CHVN-. Witness, my hAnd and official
son. Krvln. made a business ('Kit: 1'. seal at Starke "Florida, this December i
community, and fitting it into the school plant seemsto trip to Lake City Saturday I DanielV.. Sessions, Plaintiff, vs. 22. 1945.OFFICIAL .
Hornthy CvrVnl Sessions, De- SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs .
solution to the problem. (
be the most logical Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Shepherdand I fendant. Cane No. 4271. Clerk of said. Court.T. .
baby have returned to their I onnEn OF PUBLICATION Frank Landrum Starke, Florida
,ANI: NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. for Pit 12-28 4t 118I" ,
Those! who attended the Chamber of Commerce home In'Tampa after a few days STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dorothy

meeting last Friday night left with the firm resolveto visit with Mr. and Mrs. M L. Cyr; WalNh. Sessions. whose. addressIn ., rinri'IT C/I"n T. nil_%I>FOIUI '
161 llosevllle Avenue
renovate their properties before inviting Navy personnel Johns and family.Mr. New Jersey (('O""T"'.:IIV. FLoitiuvi iv: CII\M.:; 1/ Service Station

to occupy housing units now available here. and Mrs. Romle Johns of January You are 28,required 1948. In to the appear abovenamed on Katie "'llIbolPhillip.... Plaintiff

Mrs. Harryette E. Maddox, Navy housing manager Jacksonville were visiting their Court and cause, wh..relnp" V"No.. Ralph 4272. Phillips, Defendant Case PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
mother. Mrs. S. N. Johns and lntltf seeks divorce. Bradford
who met with the group, minced no words when I Comity Telegraph shall. publish
she told landlords what would be expected of them in other relatives Sunday.Mr. thin order In-next tour weekly Ie-I teessrssnsrssrsrr rEXPERT
Shiver of Jacksonville was sues. Oil Changing
the way of cleanliness and sanitation in their rental Mr. and Mrs. Fernie I Witness my hand and official .
visiting veal at Starke, "Florida thin 1)e. '
seemed offended,
property. Strangely enough; no one Moody Sunday. ceml.er 26. 1945. Greasing

because everyone realizes that in the abnormal period Mr. and Mrs. G.V, Andrewswere As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas. S 1 Waxing

from which we are just' emerging, many propertieshave visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. D. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida
been neglected: often through no fault of the Reddish, of Hellbronn Springs I Atty for Pit_ 12-28 4t 1.18 ''. j1 Washing

owner, but simply because they were never vacant long Sunday afternoon. IN ciitcrrr tornr, IUIAUKOIIU ; Polishing
enough to undergo renovation. Now. however, this C. C. Wynn of Starke was visiting I ((''0' ,STY. FLOIUUAl CIIA.NKIIY. : -

period of lull presents an ideal opportunity to "clean up, In our community Sunday.Mr. I Refoe L. Schwall, Plaintiff, vs. Mar. .. Tire Repairs
and Mrs. A. P. Johns and Karet Black Schwall, Defendant.
paint up, and fix up". Landlords who do so will soon Case No. 4278.
find their places filled. Those who do not will see children were visiting Mr. and 1>HI>KK OF PUBLICATION ELECTRIC ARC WELDINC
Mrs. Joe Shearld of Lake Butler
their places remain empty. It's as simple as that.It STATE OF FLORIDA to: Margaret -
Sunday.Mr. Black Schwall whose. residence
scaled -
recommended that rents be
is also strongly and Mrs. Johnnie Andrewsand Is K.V.D. No.7. % Mrs. Sheldon -
down as much as possible, since officials are pri- children of Lake Butler were Richmond. stop No.Virginia.You 15 H! .Petersburg Pike AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR

marily concerned with finding housing for Navy en- visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. 1.. Johns are required to appear. on OIL & GREASE a
Small houses' and apartments in the February 4, 1946 In the above nam-
liated personnel. .
Sunday.M. ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
$35 to $50 price range are most in demand. R. Nettles of Trilby was seeks divorce. Bradford County

There must be a complete change in philosophy on visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Net- Telegraph next tour shall weekly publish Issues.this OrderIn Quaker State ,

the part of Starke landlords. The Army was "thrust"upon tles over the weekend.Mrs. Witness. my hand and official
seat at Starke, Florida, this December on.
us. It HAD to accept what accommodations were G. Patterson of Lake 31. 1945. ALL JVORKGUARANTEED

offered, no matter what their condition. The Navy, City was visiting Mr. and Mrs. As(OFFICIAL Cleric 'O.C SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas Sealed Containers

however, is 26 miles away. We are "bidding" for its M. L. Johns Friday. Xach II. Douglas, GainesvilleFla., .
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hodge and Atty. fot Plf. 1.( 4t 1.25
offer places that attractive _
business, and must are RIDE
enough in appearance and price to overcome the'handicap children attended church in 11" mtrriT rorirr. nitAuronuCOl AUTO LITE
of distance. CKHY.Jessie BATTERIESTake
together and show the Navy what can be Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wigginswere Belle Mead Plaintiff, VII.I FINEST WATCH TO OUR MOTOR LINES
Let's get visiting Mrs. Rosa Plnholster Loran Ansel Mead, Defendant. Cane
done by a small community when it decides to go "all In lirooker Sunday. CAKE & GREYHOUND

out" on a project. There is no reason why every J. J. Ownby of Washington has I USE 'BUSSES j

vacancy in Starke cannot be* filled within th9' next few moved into his home that he recently For Safety -/1'1/11I Jlll:,I

weeks._ purchased from C, C. I 666Cold I Comfort & Economy t.W.
I Wyn of Starke. Mr. Ownby is a TheSTAG

retired shoe salesman and says I Phone 147 It
Can Use More Preparations Care Of
IIn Pulpwood lie didn't come to New River to
= '.. ....t-Mnltv-Nime DropsCAUTIONS
make Jiving farming but to rest Llquld I Carter lildg., Starke
Jjsy WKITK TIMltElt and take it quiet and easy. I I..on IF Itlrerled I

Mr. and Mrs. Plumber Moore r.-,1
Fernandina Fla.
Container Corp'n. of America, ,
and relatives of Miami and Texas :

visited Mr. and I :Mrs C. E Andrews *

and family Friday after I Take it Have Coca-Cola
t a o t noon. easy. .
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green and I

4 baby of Lake Duller were visiting I
Mr. and Mrs. J. Snowden Sun i v.
JYS EATING and Mrs. Albert Moody :'

.AT I made a business trip to Macclenny. J r ; 4 1 tI
Saturday. :
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Shepherd r ,
The PARK CAFE are glad to have both of their I l3 T r 1sV

I sons at home with them. Edwin
Is still in service and Mike has ::1 : \

been discharged.Mr. s
and Mrs C. E. Andrews I
Delicious Regular Meals
M. F. Wiggins and G. W. Andrews \

Healthful Vegetable Plates made a business trip to I

Short Orders Gainesville Monday. ; ,

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I| RADIO HEADQUARTERS 1| FRKDDY S a Ily. Mrs.a LEE. :Edward. STARLING. .Norman. / (' r ___ r\ '

Mr. and Mrs
Roy Starling announce
SALES and SERVICE the birth of a son on Jan- d yr / /'

uary 8. He has been named ;


Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman J g: t

and son Herbert, attended churchat r _S _

OF Corinth Sunday and spent the 1 G '-- \ \
day with Mr. Norman's mother -
Mrs. Maggie Norman. .-...- LI
ELECTRIC APPLIANCESNOW Thurman Johns of Belle Glade -

Is visiting his son. Eugene at the

ON DISPLAY home Mr. and of Kugene'a Mrs. Edward grandparents Norman,, the friendly pause adds to gay times

this week. .
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Mrs. L. C. Smith of Waldo spent ;r
JUST RECEIVED Sunday with her son-in-law and A pause is mighty welcome when you've been burning up a load of

Large Shipment of Radio Batteries daughter Frazier and, Mr.family.Mr. and. Mrs. C. J. calories on the ice-or anywhere! And at that moment when you

. . IWY VICTORY BONDS and Mr.. and and Mra.Mrs.Edward Gordon Norman Jones pause, you naturally turn to the pause that refreshes with ice-cold '

<. were Monday.In Gainesville on business Coca-Cola. That's the moment when everybody jumps at the friendly

W1 vi I Forest Reynolds, Chief Petty invitation-Have a, Coke t .
INKIER Electric Service I I Of fleer, left Tuesday on his way I
to Boston, Mass., where he re. "Coca-Cola'and au abbrevi.:1ODaonLiD
ports for reassignment Ha has UNDit AUTHO1ITY Of COCA-COtA COMPANY IV |-Cok -art the registered trl'

221 TEMPLE A\'. been at Miami for several weeks I ]mark which Ji ri yii cap Vact *
I'and visited, his grandparents Mr. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. / orne CocCoU ;

,,1 and Mrs. F T. Abernathy here J I
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18, 1946

. . Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. II. B. . .. . I ----
Kelly Saturday night. .1 I are at home to their many friends. ;Ie e for their home in North this week of her daughter, Mrs.
unnybrook Alvin Davis of Graham spent Pine i Level Guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. ;; "I Carolina. Pvt. Landen will later Martha Joyce May.
. and Mrs. B. M. McRae Hampton
the week-end with Sherman Cros- were Mr. report to Ft. Benntng Ga., wherehe Seeber Goodman arrived home
Crosby By Mrs. H. M. McRn I and Mrs. M. J. McRae and Mrs. was transferred from Camp ,
.Bd.O.E.NTII! from the Pacific theatre of -
. . by.Mr. Jack Parker and daughter. Jackie By !Mrs. M. O. Sweeney I Blandlng. I
and Mrs. Otis Crawfordand e a s . . . on Friday and reported to
of Starke Mr. and Mrs. T. N. a Miss Ernestine Moore of ,
daughter, Camp Blandlng. Mrs Goodmanand
PARTY Shirley Ann, of Rev. W.
aTtL' of the Corinth Lake Butler were dinner guests of ular E. Hall filled his l'E'g.//Norman and son, Gerald, of Gum Mrs. Freeman B. Hall enter- C.W., Tallahassee visited her daughter Harriet met him
young people social given at r Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and Church appointment at Pine Branch, Mrs. L. A. Crosby and tained at her home on Friday grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. In Starke and later visited him at
'. enjoyed a and Mrs. O. E. Mrs.' C. C. Crosby, Sunday. in the Sunday morning with 130 I daughter, Gloria, and Mr. andlire. afternoon honoring Mrs Virginia Saxon on Saturday. the camp. He waa dischargedthere
of Mr Sunday School classes. .
""me Many out- Miss I H. H. Lewis. Roark. Laugh-provoking games Mrs J. W. Home B. Y. Saxon Sunday.
y Friday nigh played during Brooker Margie was a Faye Crosby of We are glad to report that H. M. j, We are glad to know that V. L. were enjoyed and prizes were awarded and C. L. May were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Voss of
were supper guest Sat- McRae is '
games folks. back at home again Starling Is back home again and the winners In several friends in Daytona Beach on Sun- Fayettevlllp, N. C. and Mrs. J.
urday of her
\'enlng by the younger night cousins, Misses after spending two weeks In the contests. Mrs\ W. II. Smith. Mrs.T. .
a wordt has his discharge after a tour of day. W. Prlcster of Lake Butler
enjoyed Wanda and
folks Mary Alyce Crosby, Glendale I
lde Hospital In
In the Palatka following duty overseas. I C Chastain and Mrs. Marvin Eiland returned Sunday visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ad-
t and other Friends and relatives of Lorenzo an automobile accident. I Gerald
William Crosby of Adkina were" the lucky from overseas service and is at | kin Wednesday..
Mrs Alvarez will be Interested to know He and Mrs. McRae spent last
I Butler won high score In I that he has recently returned week with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. I I R. R. CommissionTo I. calving atractlva mementoes off j present at Camp Blimding awaiting I H. V. Saxon and Gordon 1\11
the occasion. Dainty gifts for the j 1
reported his discharge. He Is the' rick of attended to bust
,ntest and everyone I from the pacific theatre of war Norman and Mr. and Mrs. B. Hear Case HereThe Pompano
I M.I j ,honoree were opened and displayed -
Je and is youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. D.i ness here a few days last wee)
time. I now receiving his dischargeat McRae before returning to their ; and apple pie a la mode was L. Eiland. Mr. and Mrs. 1L., Watersonand
long those attending church Camp Standing. home to stay. The family wishes I Florida State Railroad served to the guests at the conclusion Pvt. and Mrs\ Hayden Petit and I family, Mr. and Mrs. K 11.
Vmth Sunday were Miss I I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cain of to express their heartfelt thanks ,Commission. will hold a formal of this merry event. little daughters, Pammy and Connie -I! Watterson and Mrs r K, Simmons
otte Knowles and brother. I Gainesville were visiting Mrs. to all those who were so kind to,I! hearing at the courthouse in I Eugene Chason of the U.S.C.G. left last Thursday for their:' were recent visitors to
e of Folkston, Ga., Mr. and I I Cain's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. them during Mr. McRae's Illness I Starke on Thursday, Jan. 31, at Frigate "Eugene" arrived last home In Salisbury N. C., where;' Green Cove Springs.:
Frank Norman and children|IE. Crosby Friday afternoon and :Mrs. M. M. Phillips and Mrs. ', 10 a. m. on the application of t;week on a 12 day furlough to visit > Pvt. Petit will enjoy a two weeks Dennis Parker, formerly of the
Mr. and Mrs..Otis I.Mrs.I Cain remained for a longer Lizzie Swindell attended churchat Clayton G. Strickland of Starke his father, Ira Chason, and sister | furlough before reporting to Ft. (I U. S. Coast Guard, has returned
Tamlbabyof Lake But- visit. Corinth last Sunday. for a certificate of public con Mrs. Evelyn Perry. He will also I Knox, Ky.Woodrow. homo and Is now working In the
Eddie Norman I Ion I I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Conley have venience and (.visit other relatives In Gaines- I
II' and Mrs. Don't forget B.T.U. and the necessity as a com W. Hicks spent several John II. Parker grocery store.
of Graham. Mr. I Iftr sold their farm here to Mr. and carrier of between ville.
Herbert sing at Corinth Baptist Church mon passengers days this week In Sanford
Of Gum Branch and Mr. I every Saturday night. The meet-I Mrs. Robert Taylor and moved to I,! Starke and Camp Bland Ing. Pvt. and Mrs Archie Landenl I and Orlando. I YOU AUK NKKDRD: In the
lira. Lonzo Norman of-WaterI. ing begins at 7:30: and everyone Wauchula. Mr. and Mrs Taylor I I All Interested parties will\ be givenan and little son Warren, who have I Mrs. Minnie Johns formerly of I C II A M B K It or COMMERCE) :
Is welcome to attend. set up housekeeping last week and |I opportunity to be fully heard. been here for some time left last Green" Cove Springs' In the guest I JOIN TOUAV.

:. EbbU' Norman and son I Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lovell and .
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|aiighter-in-law Mr. and Mrs 'Mr., and Mrs. W. C. Ward were
K. Norman were visiting Mrs. visiting in Starke and Lawtey .
lan daughter, Mrs. Laura Sunday afternoon.
on in Jacksonville last week. : Mrs. William Crosby and children -
and Mrs. G. W. Thomas of Larry Hugh and Sheryl, of OPEN
Jtcr were visiting Mrs. A. S. I Lake Butler, were visiting Mr. .

#. >.< .. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby last week. YOUR HEART
Mr. and Mrs Marcus Conner. 0 0
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman, Mr.
OR RENT and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and chil-

APARTMENTS: dren and ,Mrs.Mr. and Beulah Mrs.Kelly O. E., Mr.Crosby and, ."' _' .._...,,-.w ._... _.......... "...... "roejr.rfj' 'I"'A f..rPMe.a.w.w_....,"'...w..v..wwo .._...........,.

.OK ROOMS Mrs. G. M. Bennett, Bule and Bob- > :<( ;". /'; .
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bie Crosby "went to the home of ',.,- ." ., .+..k'"....t''J.:\ .. : ,..<,-",,, *
: > f '"'fi. '::1''<,>,. ,..', ,. _,">,<,.,,0, .. ,
HEAT < "'''' ,;' } .'. ,,, "" '
; .
Mr. and Mrs. H M. McRae Tues JTt,: .' ', ,
: \
| HOT WATER ; '..'
day and enjoyed an evening of >
: _. ;.1 ::, ;t': ,
song service. We are glad to see '< '''i; ',
ay or Weekly Rate :Mr. McRae much improved after .'\< "
<. '.. \ ",
0 : ( !
an illness in the hospital. '> 11Jh,7e1t
CARL JOHNS : ,, ; 4; ,
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City Hall Church of Christ 't "
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W. Herron, minister, announcesthe ;,> tfri
< ;
following services for the ,11.: A91
1 '
Church of Christ: Bible Study at .
10 a. m. and preaching and com- .'
ACID INDIGESTION munion service at 11 a. m. and '" ..
7 p. m.The .,
morning worship subject .j .L., ,/ '7oS'N'a'tl
',' .. :< ., "
> t. '
will be "The Moral and I < "; ; ;\,.
Law" and the evening topic will
be "Buy The Truth and Sell It o f

UJl Not." .. .
/ A cordial welcome will be extended .. '' "
to anyone who wishes to .
attend any of these services. The ..;'" :
church Is pleading for a returnto
Storr New Testament Christianity in
name, doctrine and practice.

'f' -FOR- M Ri# A y A

Concrete Block ConstructionAny 1 ff Lsy

Type Building

|O Floors Sidewalks 0 Steps .".... ""M'"P :' l'

Steel Window CasementsAlso

Lumber Direct From MillJ.

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\More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other.It WHAT CAN YOU SPARE But for every person clothed so far, a dozen

must be... THAT SHE CAN WEAR ? more remain virtually threadbare. Your spare What YOU Can Do!

7i4tI1r' clothing will be distributed free, without discrimination -

Clothing that you may consider old can bringnew to the victims of Nazi and) Jap 1 Get together all the clothingyou

life to some suffering person to whom war oppression in Europe the Philippines and the can .pare.

brought despair and destitution. Far East. 2 depot Tak. It Immediately.to your local collection '

Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is In most any town or city overseas there Is 3 Volunt..r tome spare time to

100,000,000 garments plus shoes and bedding.If someone who can translate English. You can your local committee.

your contribution seems negligible bear this help build international friendship by writinga Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY

T AH iC, cIERND in mind: Every garment you give means one simple friendly letter to pin to the clothingyou t w.ra.er. /eh... 'sw..Mn
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EEA i more human being saved from cold or sickness contribute. 1,luit /.klrt f.nd.rw_
r .. ., .. _
'loO.r. 'at I." _.
rmAz or possibly death: Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets 'panM 1 cop*
to Cw .m-a.nfn to 4IIM.Cterb, .C.Ilwwl..M..INI,O't d About 25,000,000 people overseas received today dig out all the clothing you can spare The more you do the better you'll feel

clothing collected from Americans last spring. take it to your local collection depot now.


>earn to FlyPAY

AS YOU LEARN Overseas ReliefJtJK7t 3/ .Nation HENRY tChasrmatc J_ KAISER.


This advertisement was prepared by the Advertising Council for the Victory Clothing Collection, and it sponsored by s.

1.5 Miles South On Highway 13 The Star Store
C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.

"4'-r For, Information ShafWn's Priest's 5c To $1 Store

PHONE 112 or 63 Carpenter's Drug Store Sam Rosenberg & Son

STARKE FLYING Andrews Motor Co. F Alvarez' Store ;_

Bradford Barber Shop -4.;

SERVICE R. L. MORGAN W. J. PRATIIER S tnc kI an d's Taxi Servicey

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e+pCi313 FOUR I .
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: I Mrs. 3. M. Brownlee and Mrs, 1 YOU ARE NKE1: >ED

I ancftLUBS Mrs., Moitt Hostess I Birthday Party WSCS Delegates Earl Johnson were shopping In CHAMBER OF COM: I Ia
To WCTU MembersThe For Young HonoreeMrs. Attend SeminarA Jacksonville"Tuesday. JOIN TODAY.Louis .

Laura Scott Union of the I J. R Walnwright enter- delegation of the Women's

Crawford-Kidd Series of PartiesComplimenting W.C.T.U. met Friday afternoon at tained at her home on Clark St. Society of Christian Service of the Trans ifrnler

I I the home of Mrs Ara Moltt on ,,|. Friday afternoon In honor of the Methodist Church attended the 4 and BogeriMWEfGH
An event of interest to friends Madison St. The home was beau- second birthday anniversary of her I W.S.C.S. seminar in Leesburg

here was the marriage on Dec. 28 Miss Carolyn Green I I tifully decorated with potted' daughter, Betty Lou. Games were Thursday of last week. The ad-

of :Miss! Nannie Viola Kldd, daughter I I plants, poinxettas and red. I'ose-I I enjoyed on the lawn and favors vanced study course was especi- c A ONLY a OUNci
of Mrs. Richard O. Kidd. Sr, Mrs. W. B. Mundy entertained ally designed to assist and acquaint 1
,, buds. The meeting was opened of books, balls an4 boats were
of Highland Springs, Va., to Howard at the Guldqn Grll ,Raturtlav even-< '' officers and leaders of the
Mrs. Emma to the 25: guests, who
with by young
a prayer given ,
shower in hon duties.
Crawford of Nebraska.The ing with a lingerie 'I society with their
Wayne Murphy and Mrs. Moitt led the celebrated this event with Betty !'
solemnizedIn or of Miss Carolyn Green, a bride Those attending were Mrs. Titus
wedding: was
devotional from Luke. '
the Episcopal Church in Highland of thJ4 W otU>, |I Lou.The Olson, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs
Mrs. Stanley read a poem entitled birthday cake was decorated -
A. W. An-
Rev. Spano S. The 19 guests were seated at Eula Whlgham, Mrs.
Springs by the "The Little Black Dog," in pink and white with, two W.
The church was beautifully a long table which was centered derson, and the Rev. and k f
Spathey. of and Mrs. O. E. Stansbury gave a pink candles and Individual cake Churchwell.
decorated with white snap- with a lovely arrangement* and rose-:;, report on the meeting held In. squares topped with a pink candle J. .

dragons and chrysanthemums and white chrysanthemum. tall Gainesville on Dec. 17. Three new were served, with }ce cream to ,'h"'lth [Lvilugt6tlry
candlelight( adding",much to the tulips. This was flanked by silver > members were received into the those present.. WSCS NoticeCircles .ToO4u.(

beauty of the flcene. white dishes burning holding tapers nuts and and mints [I union at this meeting The Secretary's Mrs. Wainwright was assisted One and Two of theWomen's ', tl'soti.lyMon '
The bride wore a traditional I and Treasurer's reportswere Mrs. W. H. !
table. in entertaining by Lin
with were placed on the I Society of ChristiaqService power! wtight! I..ttboll
white satin wedding gown apPI'oved.Mrs. % !
were placed will hold a Joint business Tiny, battery g.n.r.t y
book The lingerie gifts .f h"ri
veil and carried a prayer !
J. T. Quigley Invited the I that
and before Miss Green on a silver.tray and social meeting Monday after f power imm you) Beq
showered with. gardenias between courses. The placecards union to meet with her in Feb PTA To Meet noon at 3:30: o'clock In the Meth- RECEIVERS. .. roll .. .....
White hyacinths.Mrs. au nc .anl| ... T
ruary, and the meeting was ad-I educational building.: receiver n w..
Irving White served as carried out the bridal motif. A journed with prayer by Mrs. W. Next Wednesday odist ftilly accurate, they are
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, president, A. StegmanAUTHORITY
matron-of-honor and Mr. White as corsage of yellow daffodils was Johnson. "Hearing I..nn."t|
Mrs. White wore a presented to the honoree. A three I Mrs. Eleanor K. Green of the will preside over the business session
beat man.
Mrs. Moltt, assisted by Miss W. Anderson, : ON
served to those in while Mrs. A. DEAFNESS
peach satin gown with a corsageof course dinner was University of Florida. faculty
orchid chrysanthemums. present. Susan Wallace, served delicious Gainesville will be the guest leader of circle one, will have lifer\ 'LAFAYETTE ST.1-' STARKE
fruit cake and coffee to her .
of the
charge program.Presbyterian
r at the meetingof
Mrs. Crawford was given in I After Christ- speaker January '
marriage by her brother, RichardG. Mrs. L. II. Jennings and Mrs. mas guests.tree showered this a with pretty handkerchiefs -J the Parent-Teachers Associa- Wednesday, January 23rd, 1-51*. M.

Kidd, Jr., of Starke: I* A. Shepherd of the State Farm was brought In honoringMrs. I tion In the Home Economics room 'I Church"The
entertained last Friday afternoon I
Following the ceremony a reception R. O. Nunnery on her birthday of the high school Wednesday
of The Holy SpiritIn
miscellaneous shower in Work Bake sweeter tastier bread !
was given in the Tennis with a I Jan. 23 at 2:30: p. m. ,
anniversary and expressed The Believer's Life" is tins title
honor of Miss Carolyn Green popular
Club In Highland Springs by Mrs. Mrs. Green is a teacher in theP.
bride-elect whose weddingwas the appreciation of the group for i of the Sunday morning message
Richard Kidd, Jr., and Mrs. Val- K. Young Laboratory schoolat j '
an event of Wednesday night.; her many years of service. Mrs. to be brought by the pastor, the use FLEISCHMANNS
Kldd of Starke. the University and at presentIs
rle Is the member I
affair held in theWomnn' Nunnery youngest Rev. L. D. Haines, at the Starke ?
Both the bride and bridegroomwere The was of the local union. conducting an extension class First Baptist Church this week.
whilein Club building which was teachers of Bradford High I l
stationed In Orlando among FRESH
These studies of the Holy Spiritare
beautifully decorated for the occasion -
the service and often visited School. enlightening the mind, filling _
with bowls of AuxiliaryThe
here Mr. and' Mrs. White have flowers. vases and Mrs. Green will speak on the I the life and clearing up false Impressions 1Itl

also visited here often and have Ladles Auxiliary of the needs of the community and all I concerning the Holy

many friends. Mrs. Crawford served The table was centered with a Presbyterian Church met with Interested persons are invited to I Spirit. The public is Invited to
In the WAC and lovely epergne topped with daisies Boardof -
a Corporal the The Executive
as meeting.
Mrs. W. J. Chandler Monday nightto these morning sermons of power.
Mr. Crawford as a Sergeant with and white chrysanthemums and roll bandages for overseas. hos- the PTA will meet Monday, Jan. Sunday evening at 7:30: o'clock, -
candelabra each side of
silver on
the Army.CARPENTER'S. pitals. Twelve members were 21 at 2:30: In the school building.All the Happy Hour Service Is held. YEAS
the table balanced the arrangement -
.- .. The table was centered present, and Mrs. Chandler and members are urged to be pres- Songs, choruses and the evange-
her Mrs. W. F. Godwin, ent. the
sister listic message by pastor are
with an Imported white I linen
served refreshments to their enjoyed. ,.'
cloth.The guests. Try the DIXIE CAFE. Sunday School meets at 9:45: to r
gifts were displayed on
study "The Laws of a People.
tables placed at the front of the '
There are classes and depart- '

clubroom. ments for all age groups. Training
E During the afternoon Mrs. W. Unions will meet at 6:15: to discuss -
J. Churchwell sang several selections I krkAh1fr I "Christ is Exalted Forever""
Jt. rN Including "At Dawning", accompanied -
A new adult union was formulatedlast
N by Mrs. E: K. Ferry Sunday night and everyoneis NO WAITING-no extra steps! Full-strength]

man. Mrs. E. L. Biggs played ... Invited to join' either this or Fleischmann's fresh active Yeast goes right to watt
I semi-classical music.Mrs. one of the other seven unions. Makes sweeter, finer bread! 'And makes it fas
O. L.F Beasley served at Qulte.. an Interesting week I'd ated with his father In the opera- Rev. S. E. Sparks will conductthe
n I the tea table and beautifully dec say: r. What with the round of tion of a large farm, with store, mid-week service In the ab- You can be surer of tender, smooth texture

orated individual cakes and open- parties for popular brideoftheweek etc. His brother, John, and sence of the pastor at the Florida ness-delicious flavor every time!

faced sandwiches. tied with white Carolyn Green, and a num- 'cousin, E. T. 'Ra 1ey, of Freeman, Baptist Convention in Jackson
ribbon weVe served to the! approximately berof' Intimate little' 'gatherings,cattle Monday night, and other ville. IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist onFleischmann's

100 guests who attended < for Major Lloyd "and Myrtice I members of the family, arrived. fresh Yeast with the

... __ Lewis ,- .Thdma! J nlngs' artistic Wednesday label. It's dependable-N ?
PRESCRIPTIONPhone w-, Christian ChurchThe familiar yellow
.f1: La hand again stole. the
i"AcisT .J I-' 'MrsC, <" Hj;: Naswortny, and Mrs:' at the shower given for show I First in the series of Informal Presbyterian Church of Americas tested favorite for more than

T. H. Osborne entertained with a last..Friday, making an IncredlNy gathering? for loyd and Myrtice'' Star e 'announces the following '70 years.

Phone"04 'STARKE Coca-Cola party at tie home of lovely table arrangement, j.using a Lewis took pl!'f e,,Thursday night'I, s4rvCes'for: Sunday, January 20.
the former on Walnut !. Tuesday tall epergne, each tier o;: which of last week when 'Myrwln: and School at 9:43 .with..Airs.
Sunday >< : "
On-the-M init ,Service morning in honor of Miss Carolyn she edged ;'with,ruffles and frills, Telf air Long held '( pen house Jeanette' -Young, Superintendentand .

Green:' popular 'brideelect.Purplegladltifl t I placing a row of fern and:daisies Judge and Mrs. ;A. Z. Adklns were.1 the'morning worship !service
1 between each The hand-em- hosts at'a'exnall'.dinner: _
17 ,wa : 1 'an4yellow and I party will be held at 11 a. m. .ThQ'> pas-
f white and narcissi broidered white ilnen table cloth j 'night in honor of the "
.. gladioli wart tor, Rev. J L."West will use'.as 1
used to advantage" In'' the living was one which Lucille Green obtained -I Lewises,' while CharlieLou and his topic, "The' Sluggard's Garden {1

f11tg JIXfi, ,'itU and dining roomwhvr the'guests in Hong Kong, and the I Lonnie Vining gave an Informal ." This Is an allegory from J!
... sandwiches, tied for, TOPS IN ENTERTAINMENTWORLD'S
were entertained. The hostess heart-shaped t supper Sunday evening a few Proverbs 24.
it with white ribbon; looked far too friends ,
presented the honoree 'with a bon i Lloyd (a Marylanderwho There will be special music by
lovely to eat. The thing I envy I stationed\ at
bon dish as a.memento. the occasion was Blandingfor the choir under the direction of
most, however, was the lingerie months) wins the
many / quite
;(and.\ served cokes with open :. Mrs. E. E. Lansing with Mrs. E.
sanawlcKes shower given for Carolyn last hearts of localitei by seeing eye-
faced to the guests.' M. Davis at the organ. r rI
Saturday But will someone | with the.
About 26 .guests enjoyed this to-eye Squth on manyof I i
please tell me where all that Its problems Also by stat
event with the hostesses and Miss '
whose_ lovely lingerie came from, seeing I ing that all during the time he 41 At Bible HourIn

Green wedding' to Capt. as how you can't buy a piece In was stationed ,a t Blanding he
Raney of Freeman, Va., was an the shops for love nor money! I never heard of an Instance wherea spite of a drizzling rain, 41

I event of Wednesday night. soldier was taken advantage of children attended the Community :Syyti tt zi;

I by a bona fide native : Bible Storv Hour Tuesday
... -'. .--.-. \\f'tIlUn-Wt> was GREATEST RAD 10PROGRAMPresents
.. I afternoon at the Methodist
1 :\
t,1 1 \ beautiful, of course with Carolyn Hear that llabelVellf"r, here Church educational bulldlng.Theschool

f.1\e 1.0.1' t'AiIiIl.U! wearing an ethereal wedding ffom Emlenton, Pa., to visit her is conducted every Tuesdayat e

g:. v gown fashioned from Capt. cousin. Joe Truby, Is being roy- 3:30: p. m. by Mrs. W. J.
t'c5tia 0.\ Raney's silken parachute whichhe ally entertained by old friends Churchwell and children of all
"';; .J ." Y carried all over the world with ages and denominations are In-
\\ ,,: :'ilil'' during her stay Her busy ,
him Hear the bride gets a
I vited to attend.
BeataMLZLiNU schedule
has so far I n c I uded
trifle blue when she thinks about
-. MADE TO ORDER I leaving Starke, and we will cer- luncheon last Thursday with Bess manshlp Shame, Isn't it? ,
and Edward Burns
: OUR SPECIALTYLAPPE i I tainly miss her from the post of- supper Seems that Kate truth loses her
day night with Ellery and Inez
; fice window, but these things Just voice every time she gets scaredor
.... -:::::. Davis, and last
supper Saturday
she had
-- have to happen, know a
BAKERY | night with Joe and Dea Wilson
telegram from Merrill last week
She and her betrothed will live in .
Freeman Va., where he Is associ- Seems that Jeanette Young saying he was In the States, she
L had to make several attempts before couldn't speak above a whisper

'" finding an open date on for several days! Add bright r'r'l

STF.\K The Mabel's schedule,, but finally book- spos on Call Street; that gay, be-
LA>BSTEKC1UCKKN At The Tabernacle January 20 27 ed her for Thursday night frlrged buckskin Jacket that ArnoldAND
Mabel kept house for Joe Truby Eddy
Bobby Cox has been wearing ever
Rev. Edwin (J. Zorn
SllitUU' B and his father for 12 years (some since he returned from Christmas

: of Cicero, Illinoisin 13 years ago) and has many warm holidays Wonder If he visitedan
i friends In Starke Hear that Indian reservation? Hear
a series I John and Lyle Anderson registered Blake Jackson Is In Miami and '
I for the draft this week and expects a Navy discharge soon HIS <

of EVANGELISTIC: Bobby Turner will register the Morris and wife took him

first of February Leonard !I'down state last Thursday '' '*' ..
A SERVICES Smith, Jr., recently discharged, Brother Bobby (S. Sgt: Robert)
for I will enter the University of Florida -I was discharged at Blanding Sunday TENNESSEEPLOWBOYS 3 3

. 1.
connoisseursgood Accompanied by $ f -

of Rev and Mrs. ,,, Haven Crosby heard from the Spotted an' Jotted: Ted Os- ( ?
: Kenneth E. Lovelady ?R 1 newlyweds, Lucille and Lucian borne putting In some spare time fs

I food M| Gospel Conner and Irene and Paul Faulkner Juggling/; figures at Campbell's Ac-

Musicians in Atlanta Ga. Said they counting Service Jimmy and
and were seeing all' the sights and Elizabeth Hair returning to Lake

drink M' having a wonderful time Members I City (from Miami) and resuming PARK THEATRE STARKE
Hear them sing and play a of the Presbyterian Church' operation of their Western Auto ---

i ; variety-of musical instru are bemoaning the fact that ill store. George Silcox and

ments,.including the accor- health is forcing the Rev., J. L. Seeber Goodman comparing notes

B 'dionand Solovox. West to resign in March Lots on overseas experiences In the Thursday Jan. 24th

of familiar faces) beginning! to be courthouse corridor .- Seeber ,

ts4 missed from the post office has Just received his discharge
enjoy rating hereIn Roswell and Maxlne Noegel have and, after serving In England, THREE BIG SHOWS!

a pleasant at- ..e. i ". 1 resigned and are now in Oakland France and Japan maintains that

moaphere w her n ....-....... ,"" j Park to Investigate the possibilities there's still no place like Call

you know the food O i" .>> .. '': ,' I of a restaurant! there Street Eddie Davis able ,to ADMISSION
will be deliciously !. J.1 .,; Gene is with them! and Doris and be out and around after a stay

rooked and attractively LA 'Y ea r the children will join Roswell In St. Luke's Hospital Foster Matinee '

nerved. > I Ih later .Robert and Chloe Rosier Reynolds stopping by on his way Adults --______________ 40c<< Or

<( > I Clearwater, prospecting with a assigned to a destroyer He'sa
O view toward operating a grocery CPO and ,has been In Miami Above Prices Are For Service Men Also

r there Glimpsed Barbara Cameron for some time following his last

.,tL home from Barry CollegeIn trip to the Pacific Hear Bill Hear Eddy Arnold
Sing the Songs
:Miami 'for the Raney-Green Godwin has re-enlisted In the

ceremony Wednesday Marine Corps for four more years, lIe Made Famous
325 TEMPLE: AVENUE and after that "hitch" can retire

: I Look an If Starke will past up with 20 years' service And On The Screen DOUBLE FEA TURf
L the Birthday Ball this year for speaking of retiring gives me

s the first time since the annual an Idea! So long ,. See "The Spider Woman"and
>+ "" event was inaugurated Can't you in the. next .

get anyone to& accept the chair- Carolyn. "Moonlight and Cactus"It

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,ITS of LOCAL NEWS day Mrs.for B. A. Pope, Jr.. left '"Sun' )fr.. Carrie Rlt n-:. spending of Georgia*VerV visiting his sinter -' Mrs. Louise Applebee of J.l\ck,- Mrs. A L. Dryden of Jacksonville I'
. home in Norfolk. several weeks with ,her son, Dr. and nephew, Mrs. Carrie Gas- aonvifle" 'Beach Is the week-end was visiting her brother-in-

: '- after a month here with her par-: I Thomas Ritch, In Atlanta, Ga. Dr. que and Johnnie, Friday. I 1 guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. law and sister. Mr, and Mrs C. IL

P S- Hutto'"ofG. I I Mr and Mrs W. A. Scott and kins.ents Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- ,: Ritch will graduate in March and Mrs. Perry Davis and daughter.Mrs. J, E. Warren Crews and family Monday night. I,
t and MIS guests of I their gu sts. Mr. and Mis W. P. !I Mrs. Ritch will return then for Myrtle VanZant, were din- We are glad to report that Mrs I Mrs. A. L Dryden Mrs. Perry
., are Mr. another visit.
tee E. Tucker. Babcock and Mrs. A. Welde of and Mrs. D. T. Clark of i ner guests of Rev. and Mrs. J O. Harry Sausers is back from the Davis and Mrs. Myrtle VanZant 1 ,
Mrs, H. Miami spent the past three weeks ) Mra. T. J. Griffin is still with .
Canada Raulerson hospital and is
returnedfrom were sightseeing in getting along fine. were at the State Farm Mondayand .
with Mrs. her
T Jackson Clark's parents, daughter, Mrs. C. C Mendoza .
Wm Gainesville Thursday Mr.I Nellie Mae Dryden of Jack- The Lawtey in Starke that afternoon. '
Williston where .ie and Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght. Sr. I who remains ill at her home in drug store wall
guest of her slater, Misses Patsey Edmondson and W. M. Wainwright of Tallahassee Dayton, Ohio. sonville was visiting her mother broken Into Monday, Jan. 14 and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Oasle Bell Wiggins <-

..I 'n the Weaver, Hazel. PhllllpB were shopping In spent Sunday night with Try the DIXIE C.tFK. Mrs. Perry Davis over the 'week some money and billfolds taken. { are the proud parents of m

park DIXIE CAFE. Palatka Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright j Lt. Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long I end.Jim The thieves entered through' the daughter born Sunday, Jan. 13.

the D. Sprague Mrs. Effie Johns spent Friday Sr. i, and Maj.and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis Rafuse of Jacksonville was back door of the stoie The store | Cecil Whitehead la ill at his u

and Mrs, John UndaY for and Saturday visiting her son and Don't mis hearing Mrs spent last Friday with relativesIn II visiting his brother and sister-in- belongs to F. R Carradlne. home at this writing.
,\ Avery, left Billy law. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse
daughter-in-law Mr.
and Mrs. Baconton Ga. Major and Mrs.
Boeto assn. after I Sunday at the Gospel Tabernacle A
: In ? .
ne resldenbfL, ebJ( whUe Freeman Johns In Lake City. Friday, Jan. 18, 7:80 p. m. Lewis left Monday for a visit in recently 1
ere Mr and Mrs. Wilmington, Del. before returningto Mrs Rachel Browningand ,
was St''Aj'ltf: Apo.Blandlng. Neptune Mr and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Sr. went
rague Mrs. 'Manes Carter of Lawteywere to Jacksonville Thursday of last' Major Lewia station in Ft. granddaughter, Ella Faye of1 j
Woodlawn of
Silly Saturday night supper guestsof week to undergo treatment on her i Lewis, :Wash. were dinner guests ,
and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse Sun
miss Lt. and Mrs. Fred Schwalm .
t Mrs. Effle Johns arm from Dr. Jelks at Riverside .
at the Gonp Mr. Hospital. She
and Mrs.
18, 1:3p.p.p. Carl H. Carter was accompaniedby i Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Raulersonand I
In New York before to
going on
returned her N. D Iil
of Sunday from a 10 day son. Walnwrlght
N. N. Norton Mr. and Mrs W. E. Grlffls il
Mrs. Lt. Schwalm's
and Jr. new assignment.
trip to New York City. She takes a treatment each
Miss Salliend and Madeline attended
visiting They lived at the home of Mrs.J. daughter,
are week
Wills They Don't miss hearing Mrs breaking her arm In a church at Sanderson
Florrie Billy Sunday.
Mrs. fall before Christmas. I M. Brownlee while Lt. Schwalmwas ::1 ffu
sightseeing, in Sunday at the Gospel Tabernacle, Mr. and Mrs. R L Bradley and I
Thursday stationed at Camp Blandlng.
and Green Cove Friday, Jan. 18, 7:30 p. m. promotion of Emmett K. children were dinner guests o f t a jjDON'T
onviHe Ferryman Jr., i New members of the BHS fac- !
from Ensign to Lt. jj
I Dr; L. H. Jennings Is spendingsome his mother, Mrs. Perry Davis
ulty include Mrs. Charlie Powell,
9 time in (jg) has been announced. He Is' f
In a SplreUa Chicago, Ill Sunday.
ne m'Hl you now stationed Mrs Matt Morgan and Mrs. J. T.
the USS
on P. C
the latest new Sheriff A. O Andreu attendedthe Mr. and Mrs Louis Crews of
,ally made 798 in the Naval Shipyard Brem- More. Mrs Moore is a sister of BE OUT OF DATE !
Sheriff's Coiivejtfon
Frank Starke his mother
Mra. In St. were visiting ,
,,1,. Corwtlere Clifton Brown and has been liv-
erton Wash. there'
and will serve
,. 403 E. Madison, Starke.Augustine' Wednesday: I several months after the decommission ing in. Plant City for some, time. Mra.Alma H.Lee C., Sunday.Crews and daughter Trying To Do Your Own Laundry At

-- of the ship. I Senator Charley E. Johns Rep- W. M. Smith of the Army is i Home With Poor Equipment Is
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Try the DIXIE CAKE. resentative N. D. Wainwright, Jr.,
Mrs. Paul E. Canova and( Major Rich- spending a furlough with his parents I Neither Economical
Elizabeth Hornick, director Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Smith. or Sensible. You
ard G. Kldd, Jr., attended the
of the USO, entertained a
DIXIE Are Actually Losing Money And
small group of Navy personnelat Sheriff's Convention barbecue at O.1KI O.F' TH.INKS ,
a prettily dinner Shands Bridge Tuesday evening. Probably Your Health When I
TEMPLE AVENUE appointed We want to express our deepest Ruining
702 About 500 people including the
I party last Friday night in Avery thanks to the friends who
many You Could The Convenience :
Inn. Appointments were cleverly Sheriffs and other National, State helped during the sickness and

ANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS carried out In red and white. Her ', other and County visitors officials participated as well and en-as death of our beloved father, Jessie of Having Your Laundry Done In Our 'f
guests Included Lt. and Mrs. William -
Silcox. Mrs. Lesule Silcox,
joyed the fine shrimp barbecued Modern Plant.STARKE I
MEALS Maddox and Ensign Asbury, I
REGULAR C. M. Silcox William Silcox Ray ,
beef pork and goat provided by
who are the housing coordinators
)I Silcox Mrs. Rene' Garcia and
for enlisted men a'td officers from the generous hospitality of the Mis." Bertlce Moncelli (wife and
I A GOOD HOME-COOKED MEALIN Florida Sheriffs Association. The 1
ENJOY Green Cove Springs. After the children). DRY CLEANERS
PLEASANT SURROUNDINGSHave dinner Mrs. Maddox presented the I local visitors reported a splendidand

problems of housing to members'' most enjoyable evening. i\ ('''H'' ,'r i'11111'r.. .nt \11.1111 i
Lex Green and N. D. Wainwright ('''! %'!'\:, Ft.l1111)1tV ('II 1V-
of the Starke Chamber of Com ('KIIV: PHONE STAKKE.
.Tr represented' the Jone .. and LAUNDRY
merce. / T.loycl Rudol l'I Inllff, VH.
Income Tax Returns cor- Lungford-Whlte Post at they mid- hassle. | J."e Wayne, I>..h1I your Let me model you In a Splrella .No: 4120iti: ,
made In the latent winter conference of the American I)nn on i'Irr4T.ll'.LTION
beautifully new
and filed II
rectly prepared by one ex- material. Cornetlcrc, Atrs. Frank Legion last Sunday at the May- AM.>.:0:011''U:OK "PLOItllM AI'l'IOAItHT.9.1. l"eMHle 1

perienced and trained four years as Hoover, 403 E. Madison Starke. flower Hotel In Jacksonville. Lee Payne, whose address la unknnwn. III
Mrs. D. W. Moore returned .
Bill Mundy was called to' You are rpQiilrfd. t'1 on ,
Collector of Internal Revenue appear I
Deputy Laurens, S. C., Monday night by home Thursday of last week froma FVbumrv IS ItHfl, In .the aboveniinietl II I

I and practicing at the Bar of Florida the death of his father there onSunday. pleasant Visit with Mr. and Mrs plaintiff''..NvfkH..rt and<.llvi.<.'.aiif<.*..t, Hriulforil uhtrt' .tn '

Treadwell Strickland and her County Tflt-Kruph. shall puhllxh this {
I 'I
I and Federal Courts for fifteen years.H. Petty Officer E. L. Roush was daughter-in-law and little grand- Oifl ItnHHH*r In. nxt my hand four] and w<.*tkly official INHUWH HI...1| :i

discharged at the Charleston, S. son Margaret and David Moore of at Sla ike, Florida, this January
O. BROWN Belle Glade and her son and fam- lAlh 1'MiiIOKFHIAI! ,
C. Jan.
Navy yard on Thursday. HI NAt.: ) A. J, Thumps, J
129 East Call Street 10, and has joined his wife at the ily, C. R. Moore, in Lake Wales. .,\.* Cl.*rk of Haii "Court II
FLORIDA home of her parents. Rev. and Let me motel you In a Splrella, Krnnk l.untlruni, Htarkr. Flu.Ally .
for 1-18 4t 2-8
made In the latent new 1'I-N
Mrs. J. L. West. After a short
vacation they will go on to their .......,_.._._..rlil.___._.. r'onuttli_....... ___..ri>.. _Mn.._ n*._ _Frank. I IN ('liiciii1 ('''ni 'r. milri UI'OIUII .1
Hoover, 402 E. Madison' Starke. ('<> K ."IUIJ.\I| IN CIIANKHV. -
home In West Virginia where Mr.I I (' .
Roush is a member of the West I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of Illnlenldnor, Plaintiff V" James PAS..fr

NAT SEZ: Virginia State Police. Mr. Roush Theressa were shopping in Starke Robert. 4218.OIU'In! WaUlnvr. Lefemlant. ('useNo ;
and Mrs. T. F.
served nearly two years aboard Saturday and Mr. OF PPRLlfATIONAM

Well, I wee by the paper that the Destroyer Escort S. S. Bole Brown and son, Frank, of Hamp- NOTII"'N0 AI'PUAKHTATK
; OF PI.OHIUA to: Jame
it's going to be a long, baoonlewvw and saw action in Okinawa' and,.'ton were visitors Saturday even- Robert Waldnrr, hone residence '
j t ,: I Ing.. and address 1 In 210 K. Cross Htr: ..t,
.:C. ,, 'S. Inter. :The moat packers' are around the Chinese Coast. Mr's.Roush Mrs. T. G. Carter of Cocoa is Baltimore; Maryland AT THE PARK
has been teaching In the | You me required to appear on
"r i KOlng-- on strike. Now this Is local school for several months spending a few 'days with her February 11, isle, In the above1' THEATREi
reply hurt. 'V /u, i mother, Mrs. Laura\ 'I. Powell and named Court and Cause. wherein '
gonna tutattyke Don't miss'hearing >Mra.. Billy plaintiff seeks away a fellow's hopes forxa n<*w Sunday at the Gospel Tabernacle! 'I brother-in-law !and'rtate'r, Mr and ; Tl *raph shall publish this. I .
Fields. Mr.. and Mrs. Order In next four weekly iHMiien.WltnOmi
Mrs. J. H,
car and washing machine, but Friday, Jan. 18, 7:80 p. m. I I Conn. my hand and offlolal We are putting on a drive for cloth
when you take away MM brcak- Austin Kelly of Brooker was' Leon Pond of, Stony Creeks seal at(, HtarKo, Florida, iris. January
_, also with Mra. Laura Powell.LAW'TEY H. 1H6OFFICIAL relief of War Stricken of
are ing
.r J't, ;
; 'Jit, ", ,below the belt.0FREEDOM. : '' ",, ',, ;,- sonville NAS after more than . . . An l'let'k of said Court. Greece. So bring ''your old clothe
:' II. O, frown, Htark: Florida.
rl : a three years In the Navy. He Atty. for rif. I-II 4t 2..
served In the Pacific and held the you don't need on down, and put .
of MoMM 3-c. l V .tnrt'IT ('0' "'1'. nlt411FM111
rating them in the box
l'oa''Ii'FLO'IIIJ'I IN ('"\% we havein our
Mrs. Ross Adams and daughter By Mra. Mamie Crews (,'.:nv. -I '

Lynn, and Mrs. Edith Springerof e e 1 . S SS weal Calloway Htoupp pnvlii.DavlM' ,I'lHlntlff I>.f.m1unt vs.Yrancea lobby, for that purpose, and:'' our

Jacksonville were guests Tues- celebrated Can No. 4104.Oltl will give in exchange
Glenn and Linda Crews manager you
day of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Dun- I >Kll: OP PI'IU-ICATIOV I ,
their 10th and 8th birthday ANt> NOTICK TO AI'l'KAIt FREE PASS Get in the
anniversaries Friday Jan. 11, with HTATK OF 1,011111\ to: Franco a spirit,
to Fend for Herself. can.Mrs.. L. D. Vining and Mrs. C. Ktouppe DuvlM, whose renlilcnce !"
L A. Knight went to Atlanta, Ga., | a little folks party. unknown. I a FREE SHOW, for some good old
You to
I Present were Adell Starling are required appear on
Thursday to visit Mrs. Vinlng's' Pftltruary 11, 1V46, In the .abnvs'' clothes! That's a good exchange,
Wendell Jim-
and Colley,
i named Court and cause, wherein
.cit mother, who is Ill. I, mle and Aurie Bennett Leaston plaintiff seeks dlv.."..... II r ilfnrd and for a good And the
,, Mrs Bill Mundy went to Tampa Johnnie County TelvKraiih" shall puMlxh thUOrdr purpose.
',. and Vernon Forsyth In next four weekly |Issues.
business. She is of week.
M plansto the
I '" "<%$ '', w. n Monday on i Hall C. W. Thomas, Donald Ray Witness my hand and official pass good any day
: be gone about a week. I, and Jeanne Griffis and Harold oval nt Htnrkw. Klurldn. thin Jan-
I in, 104X.u1rFI'lAL
Alvarez who
Mr. and Mrs. Rafe ,
Beasley. ( HKAT.) A.1. Thomas
recently bought a home here An I'lork nf mild Court
H. C. made a business trip
Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Green, | Xach H liouitlait, Unliienvlll.t, 1...
to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Ally for I'lf. J-11 4t %-L
; have gone to Tampa to make and Mrs. Herman Kelly "

'4l their home. I were In the New River section
Don't mist hearing :Mrs. Billy

x I Sunday at the Gospel Tabernacle, last week-end. Beautiful Bedroom Suit
of e rLR Louis Hill and Mrs W. E. War- Mahogany
ls .
Friday, Jan. 18, 7:30: p. m. I ren were visiting Mrs. Evelyn

Mr, and Mrs. A. J. (Jack) Mc- Sausers Mrs. Warren's daughter,

Murry of Glenmora La., and Mrs.P I in the Alachua County HospitalIn Colonial .m. ; 't tiyl

H. Perry of Gainesville were Gainesville Tuesday. 'v\\ ,
here Thursday of last week visit- t't v '
I Mrs. Alice Davis and Mrs. Myrtle ...
a Ing friends. The McMurry's lived VanZant and R. L. Bradley were 1\\ w "

here 25 years ago. I .it the State Farm Tuesday Design 'f' : '\ .

Mr and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of Bill Harrell is home with a discharge r + V'v'to.
week of I t I f, n
this 5 PIECES
LeesLurg{ are guests from the army. lie is the A,... :
1- :Mrs. Cottrell's brother-in-law and I sum of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Har- -
sister Mr. and Mrs W. B. Sewell ren.I -
t.... ; j Mrs. George C. White of Talla- | Mrs. Sumpter Harley and sonDean $229.95 -

">'"::::%: .... hassee was here last week for a | are back after a Christmas: 4 w,.

ss" _osMr short visit with her mother, Mrs. visit with relatives In Pennsyl
.' -". t.r :"'>(-"", G W. Alderman, and Mrs. J.V.. I i vania. ALL METAL;

rt" White Collier Is home
; John Henry
"'';<: .1 and Mrs. J.
.. 1"1f, Ex-Congreiisman from the navy with his discharge KitchenStools
:'Tt Mark Wilcox of Miami were Sun-
of Jacksonville -
_.,...7.')'......._'_ ,,_=-- -I.; t I day and Monday guests of Mr. I Everette was visiting Lee Row friends in Law

and Mrs. R. A. "Lex" Green. Itey I and Starke Thursday after Floor
Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs 1 noon. Lamps3WAY

Wainwright were shoppingin
J. R. :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Young and '
rhis! little, girl! is (tee-to fend for What YOU Can Do Gainesville. Jack Frledler Tuesday.Mrs. and daughters I son-in-law and .won. Johnnie, all WITH HAND SEWN w

h,:sein Free-to face a multitude 1. Get tog.th.r all the Joyce and Saundra, left Wed- H. C. Crews, Donald Wilkersonand WASHAIILE SHADES
problems In Ossle Bell Wiggins were In
clothing you can .pare. nesday to spend .
0P lie: Problems world's local Mr. Friedler will Starke Monday. .. r
,' are the 2. Take tl to your Cleveland, Ohio. $23.95 ,
"oblems.' L xt'a face them collection depot imme remain here for a while.

peruse" For instance, let's face the dt- diately. Major and Mrs. Sam Sternbergand T5UBBLES $EZ0'O- i 4

v iClims nee:( /?? clothing by the 3. Volunteer torn* children of Albany, Ga., spent 52-PIECE

a ion. of Naz and Jap op res- .par.tim to your'local the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. -al Set of Dishes

committee. Nat Sternberg.Miss .
Dig' into
s nd clOSets today your.attic, UUans" The more you dAt Mabel Weller of Emlenton IL Fire King
dig weeks
a few
+l1e clothing bttter you 11 feel Pa., Is spending
you can spare. her cousin, Joe Truby. I 4 $12.95
Expected week-end guests of i

Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss Kate J Your Credit IM Good
at Denmarks.
L. Edwardsand
riCTmr Struth are Mrs. W.
CLOTHING COLLECTION. daughter Fredrika and Mrs. Jl I $5.95 Small Down Payment Easy; Terms

of Jacksonville

Q.Ir (h-erseasRelief.jj)43J HBUniYJ.KAISIR'l/"f/I.IC/ttll""f/I Frank, Mr.G. and Bauknlght Mrs. W. W. Page I

and children Billy, Martin and I IT'SA FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

lierrilynn, of Tampa. Mrs. L. M.

*4l">''*mtnt WM preps .4 by She AJvfrtMng Council for tin DeSha and daughter :Marjorie of The first thing sweater girl; I John H. Denmark Furniture' Co.

Victory Clotbimg Colltction, ttnd it ipontortil bySternberg'S I Wlldwood Mrs. J. S. Johnson and and learns cap and U that water.woolen But with thrive Ko on, 1
of Plant City
daughter Dotty scarce,we mtitt keep turn': ,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Struth of in USED PATS to help malt< PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.

Pensacola. Remember! where there'
Mra. Billy fat. there's _j po So keep on
Sunday Don't at ml4 the hearing Gospel Tabernacle, Vina/ -help make snore soap I Watch For The Opening of Our New StoreNext, to Darby8

Friday, Jan. 18, 7:30: p. m. --





SIX ) 10 1948.Ofo'FUlAL County Telegraph ..hnn'
, ; . . . termedlate grade teacher. Is In a I hear him. I New Oldsmobile iv(CJoKY.Ol'MTY C"IRC'tI'r;, FLOIIIUtl coritT. IN CIIAN- ( Clerk of BRAD said Court.A.t. ThomasAs Order in tStarke anexntt our weekly ollld PlIbli NBeal I'I'Wltn ;
I I Miss Ramona Nelson of Jacksonville SadieJones T. Frank Landrum, Florida at ">'" .
She had Plaintiff vs. St&.rk"i
i hospital In Jacksonville. weekend'with Exhibited Here J. A Jones Cfene No. 4291. Atty for Plf. 1 4t 2-1 uary 10 1948. !till
the Defendant OFFICIAL
HillBy spent
Clay her tonsils removed. Miss Eula PLTHLICATION ( SEAL) "I
and family.Col. ORDER OF A. Clerk ot ',,
Mrs. R. M. Hersey NOTrC1\! said (
Mae, her sister, la\ teaching for The 1946 Oldsmobile on display AND NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Zach H. Douglas, ail ur1
LuraWIIKREIN Burgf" her. and Mrs. M. O. Thrower of: I! a t Torode Chevrolet Company Jones STATE, whose OF residence KIXIIIIDA l Is to unknown.: Sadie the undersigned Is engraved fn business Atty. for: Plf. ]>'1111.11 i
. School and church at Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. G. L ( thin week features the ]latest developments You are required to appear on under the fictitious name of
. e Sunday Farmer Supply, located at 10th and I
of hove
Glendyl < II In
4, 1946
Thrower and daughter lines and February iv cinoriTrorirrv 01'1\1',
in tailored and intends
Long Branch was well attended. Court and cause, wherein Cherry Sts, Starke, Fla., On
WE IIXVE JUNE There was conference after church.A Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs R. G the newest simplest way to drive., plaintiff mimed seeks divorce. Bradford to register the said flctUlouM C" IIY_ FLUlttu" I 1I161\

WKATHKR IN JANUARY DEATII TAKES AND new week has begun. Some- Zelgler and daughter Judith of The one on display does! not fea- Order County In Telegraph next tour shall weekly publltib lH"ue thin... the name Circuit In the Office Court of of the Bradford Clerk of Maria Joseph Malo..1 Madlanlttl, P l ,
TIlE Mrs. R. C. Dampier Madhnlltl
how each new day I greet hop- Gainesville. ture General Motor's Hydra- Witness my hand and official County Fla.Mike dant. Case No. 428., n.'
UNCLE BUD. Ing to make a little more of It Starke, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zelg Matte Drive but Mrs. Torod Meal at Rtarke, Florida, this Jan- Rt. 2, Maruca Box 247-A ORDER OF YL'Hldt'grf<

"What though I loved some than the preceding one. To be a ler and children, Tonunie, Joe and I stated that they will have one of uary(OFFICIAL 3, 1946 SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Starke, Fla. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA I TO to
little better and profit by pant Victor of Jacksonville spent Sun that model in the near future. Clerk of Bald Court. 1.11 4t 2-1 1IIal08ll1 Madianittl, 'h".. ,
Who people did,not care for me; mistakes. I try always to smileat day with J. J. ZeIgler and Mr. and The Hydra-Matlc Drive Is a H.Atty.O. for Urown Pit., Starke Florida 1-11 H 2.1 iv cincriT cornr. IWAI>FOI I> and York address N. Y. I.: 821 11 ]117th rut Stl
folks. Smiles cost only effort Mrs. J. D. Grlffls. combination of fluid coupling anda COI'VTY.' FI.OHIUtl IV CIIAN-I
I Just went right on loving IKUY. You are required t<.,
kind as I could be and pay big dividends.God Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley were fully automatic transmission.Gears IN .U't'IT COI II T. IIHAOPOIUJ Mice McDowell, Plaintiff va Joseph February 4, 1946. In the abo apD,'.1r
Being as bless and keep you-Good i In Palatka on business Saturday shift through all four forward (f'OI'\j'l'V FLOH1IHI IV CIIAN- Clifford McDowell, Defendant. Case ed Court and cause wherein u
Giving, always giving, ''':II Y. No. 4105. tiff seeks divorce. Hradfn'Telegraph
Never taking for my own. nite.) Lura.Theressa. i. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham, speeds, and there Is not Michael Oaeta Plaintiff, vs. Anna ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND shall pUhll"h huC?'
and Elaln were visiting in Jacksonville even a clutch pedal in the car. Uaeta.. Defendnnt. Cane Nr 4296. NOTICE TO APPEAR In next tour weekly \ImmJ!& Or
Now I'm happy they are saying, 1 ORDER OK PUBLICATION STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseph Witness my hand and)
"She was the very kindest per- I.I I. e e e e Wednesday AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Clifford McDowell whose residence at Starke, Florida, thte 1IIrtll Dftft
Mrs Grizzle left Thursday with Build New Home STATE OF FLORIDA to: AnnaOaeta. Is unknown.You .
son that I have ever known. I her to a few days In ., whose residence and,address are required to appear on 31.OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J t.As .
son spend Dr. and Mrs. J.: C. Mack are la 61 Fernhlng- Road, Clifton. New February 11, 1946 In the above Clerk of laid Court ""'
These June like days are full of Winter Haven. I building a small concrete block Jersey. named Court and cause, wherein T. Prank Landrum. Stark' twj
Joy. Nothing matters only we By Irene Cochrane Mrs C. A Beck, Kenney St. You are required to appear on plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Atty. for Pit. H II,
residence on Thomas on prop- February 11, 1946, In the above
are still gloriously alive. The . . Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Burke erty adjoining the home of Glen named Court and cause wherein ----
children are well and happy. They Hart were shopping in Starke plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Mrs. Dees spent the weekendwith Wood. Dr. Mack Is a County Telegraph shall publish this
study with renewed effort. Many relatives. Friday. and Is at present employedat Order In next four weekly Issues When Your Tires Are Slick Time toRECAPPINT RefnK
had Christmas presents to show Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Johns Witness my hand and officialseal
Miss Elizabeth Phillips Starke Camp Blanding. at Starke, Florida, this Jan
and LydIa
me. The oak trees are dropping and son Grady .
spent the week-end with her uarv 7, 1946.OFFICIAL
their leaves. The Japonlcas are father, D. J. Phillips and family.Mr. Hall of Hampton were visitingat Xmas Seal Drive ( SEAL) A J. Thomas AND VULCANIZING
Clerk of mild Court
in bloom. One hears the roar of the home of Mrs. Dickinson As
and Mrs. Jimmie Swindelland William 1>. Morgan Fifth Floor, ALL SIZE TIRES
a tractor the cackle of hens and Sunday. To Close Jan. 19 Clark Hldir. Jacksonville, Florida, .
the whistle of a passing train. Starke Willis Saturday.We Swindell.were shoppingIn W. S. Sibley attended church in The 1945: Christmas Seal sale Atty. for Pit. 1-11 4t 2-1 I'. AND TUBES

There is peace In my soul. I have Starke Sunday morning. will close January 19th Mrs. J. -
are sorry to report that iitrriT roi IIT DIIAUFOIIU
iv 21-HOUR
all I heed. The above stanza is seal sale chair- SERVICE
Rodney Hall got hurt at school R. Wainwright, (COITV FI.OHIDAl IV C1IAV.CKItY.
from a poem I wrote. Even Accident VictimDave man for Bradford County stated BEST MATERIALS
Wednesday.Earl Rugglero Plaintiff
though I am always poor I hopeI Geiger and mother, Mrs this week. Persons receiving; the vs.Dorothy Vincent Ryan Rugglero, Defendant.Case GRADE "A" RURBERI
can leave behind some good J. P. Dickinson, Truman and Grace Green of Brooker, who $2 sets of 200 Seals last November No. 4110OltDEH .
deeds, 'and be remembered for when his Bradford County OF PlTnLICATION Workmanship Guaranteed
Dickinson and Ruth Sibley visitedat was seriously injured from the AM NOTtCK TO APPEAR I
kindness, love and mercy. In the the homes of Mrs. Elsie Hall automobile overturned on Road Tuberculosis Health Associationwho I I STATB OF FLORIDA' to: Vincent j PHONE 79
life of Peter Cooper one find this, Kuirgrlero, whose address la
113 recently. Is gradually\ ImprovIng have not yet sent in the
of Gainesville and Rev J. N. Hay- I 9917 32nd Avenue, Corona, Long
"All we can take with us when we man of Orange Heights Sunday. in the Alachua County Hospital remittance for them are urged by Island New York.
die is what we have given away." Rev Squires of Palatka will His hip was badly crushedIn the chairman to do so at once. You are required to appear above on
February 11 194A, In the TIRE SERVICEAdjoining
That is something to think over. preach at the Baptist Church next the accident and he will re- "We mailed out over 500 sets named Court and -cause, wherein STARKE

,Uncle Bud Roe passed awayat Sunday morning and evening. He main in a cast for several months of seals this season and so far plaintiff of seeks maiden divorce name,and Bradford restoration -

the home of his nephew. Hardy is a very interesting young yet. Mr. Green was employed asa receipts stand at $607.00, our biggest County Telegraph shall publish this Temple Garage Temple Ave.
Taylor. He was a grand old man speaker. We would be very gladto fireman at the Keystone Army year yet," Mrs. Wainwright Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and Issues.official I

past eighty years old. He used have everyone come out and' Mr Field. concluded. seal at Starke, Florida, this Jan
to be janitor of our school. His --
wife was killed( in the Miami hurricane -

a number of years ago. His
was a long busy life and we shall .
all mills him.
Our 4-H Club leader, Mrs. Star-

bird, came Friday for her last

class. She is going to Palatka. GROUP of BANKSStatements
Mrs. Warren, our County Supervisor .
came with her bringing supplies -
I and book. I am sorry to

1 lose Mrs Starbird.I '

Barney Lang was 111 Saturdayand
1\\ was visited! by Dr. Will Urin- Comparative f

, son He is better at this writing .
I Mrs. Herndon has been ill with

, I flu but Is up and about now. -/
: I Buddy Wilkinson moved Into his

I I new building this week. It Is RESOURCES < .
very nice, and I provides more
space and Is light and airy. The "

old building Is to be torn down. December: 31, 1913 ," ... December 30 19\1\
No more word from my son, '

but Here he Is Is on the his autobiography way home. of Loans and Discounts - $ 52,435,315.25 Y:*:;/ -, $ 44,042,600.17

one of my 9th grade girls that i ? 5,221,669.61Other
House & Furniture 4,979,761.85.
graduates. She is an A student. Banking > - ,

The others will follow In the following ,
weeks. Real Estate Owned 373,642.95 283224.89;

My name Is Ida Mae Coretta '
Killingsworth. I was born at Prepaid Expenses ; 33,463.53 20,931.94

South Port. Florida< February 28, A ,
:3930, I have blue gray eyes, Other Resources ;f' 6,456.99 -- 3,842.14
Aoney-blonde hair, fair complexIon ,

with freckles across my nose.I 94,603.60
than Customer's Liability a-c Letters of Credit 41,968.21
am Just a fraction taller

my teacher, Lura Burgess who la Accrued Interest & Income Receivable $ 768,308.14
5 ft. 2 In. tall. I weigh 115 $ 1225,663.73.;

I like school .
(.pounds.Mathematics, Algebra and Litera U. S. Government Securities 166,685,559.23 128,999,934.65 'c..: :

ture. The thing I most dislikes \ '

? a dirty face and uncombed hair. Florida County & Municipal Bonds 21.566,384.39 19571841.35;
:.I started to school at Leesburg

and took one year of Art. My Othr Securities 1,728,213.54 1,908,719.18Cash
first class was at New River Station -

Spring, I then near Lawtey went to and Hellbronn wound on Hand & Due from Banks 135,423,503.02 326,629,323.91 101,292,213.75 252,541,017.07

'up at the beautiful, wonderful
school at Clay Hill. I've enjoyed

every year of my seven here. My $384,499,932.69" $302,207,890.02
father's name Is James Kenchen
Klllingsworth mothr's name Is

Mamie Harriet. My, hobby Is
playing the guitar and singing

cowboy songs, especially "A Groupof LIABILITIES ,
Jolly Cowboys." 4" !"< "

I have six to graduate from :'\- < *,
Capital Stock $ 6,925,000.00 $ 6,825,000.00
the ninth grade. I am very proudof '., < <
all of them. <, v

Robert Taylor has been plow- Surplus I 9,270QOO.00' : :i 6,438,000.00
ing with his tractor and has all I V
his land broken Undivided Profits .:
up. lie has close 1,104,594.64 '"\ 683,553.88
to 800 white leghorn hens In seven I I

chicken houses. He averages Reserves s. illti( 1,223,689.69'" ., 908,568.10
r ;; .
about 500 eggs a day His farm "fJI.;, .

looks really nice.shows Improvement and Reserve for Income Tax 1,974,678.93 1,234,348.16

Mills Essie Mae Eunice. the In-
Dividends Declared, not yet P yable. k 12,187.50. 12,187.50Bills

\\\/t\ / ; Payable ; 4 450,000.00 .


tom' Other Liabilities |?, .. ':: 225.00 r' : 279.29

Interest & Income Collected not Earned 114,775.16 '. 97347.28

Letters of Credit 44,968.21 97',103.60Dposits

: U. S. Government .
$ 34,654,389.70 $ 26,216,056.99All

1 I/ Other Deposits 328,725,423.86 362,379,813.56 259,695,445.22. 285,911,502.21


$384,499,932.69 $302,207,890.02FLORIDA


At Chlptry of Jackson*Ulo At Starke At Lakeland Orlando
Insurance d; TRUST At Miami COMPANY At l1artow FLORIDA I NATIONAL I Port St. Joe Key West

At Coral Gabion At PrnsacolA

Phone 13 Jo'LOWD.NATION.L BANK FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK Members Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation COMPANY COMPANY
At Belle Glade At St. Petersburg At Daytona Beach At West Palm BeachPAGIII

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. e .week, after a visit with her par I' ride in Starke Saturday. Mrs. A. P. Moore of Miami Mrs. two children and Mrs Christine plaintiff seeks. divorce n r n tlfnril i, AND NOTICE TO APPBAnSTATH "y
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman. County Tel raph shall publish this OF* FLORIDA to: MarKiierlt -
Junior Page spent with Ross Hunsuckle of Stout of
Sunday Palatka Mrs. Adrian Michigan were Order In next lour weekly IHBUUH.Vltn .
Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae spent I Ida Lee Starling.Mr. Fielding Chapman, :Mrs. R P. week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. \ "".. my hum and official I Cockayne whose. residenceIs r rI. .

eilbronnfollowing l part of last week with their and Mrs. Ramon Waters of McLendon Mrs. W. N. North, J. L. Robinson. With their visitors seal nary at If, Starke 1910.OFFICIAL Florida, this Jan- ''I : North are Port required, Michigan.You to appear on

I\y The fill'hO'l1, 4 daughter Mrs. T. N. Norman. Mr. Palatka were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kirkland and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson were ( 81SAI.! ) A, J. Thomas ,, February 11, 10411, In the above \

. e McRae who has been in the Glen- Mrs. Jerry Norman. Mr. Norman Enlce Bradshaw the hostesses at Daytona Beach for a day. As Zaeh Clerk ft. Douglas of nukl, Court.Ualnrnvllln. Fla. plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause Bradford, wherein

original poem dale Hospital In Palatka for the has been 111 for some time now. served ice cream and cookies to Mrs. W. W. Fish and children Atty. for PIt. 1.11 4t 2.1 County Telogranh shall publish thin

past two weeks due to a car Mrs. A. W. Brown and son Phil the little honoree and her play- returned to their home In Jack- I Order In. .next four weekly issues.Witness official.
hand and
McCauley.hS IN dHri IT fOI IIT. \SIFof11 my
by Doris wreck Is able to be home again. went to Clearwater Monday to mates. sonville Sunday after having been COI MTV, KLOHII>AI I\ fllA.NCKHV. : pal at Starke, Florida this Jan-

grade English class Mr. and Mr*. A. F. Hall of visit with Mrs. Brown's mother, with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall I nary 10, 1940.
... SEAL) A. J ThomasAs
creative writIS Albert A. Cockayne, Plaintiff. v (OFFICIAL
|ng a unit. in Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and who is seriously !ill. Gunnery Sgt. F. Godwin since Thursday. Marguerite Cockayne, fcndant. I Clerk of said Court.
Mrs. T. N. Norman the first Mrs. B. J. Williams and daughter has reported to Jacksonville NavalAir Case No. 4311. n. K. Ferryman Htarke! Florida' ,
part 1-11 4t 2-1
of last week. spent the week-end In Lake Base for re-enlistment in the JOIN TIlE CHAMBER OF OHDEU OF PUBLICATION Atty. for Plf.

WINTER Marine Corps. Upon completionof COMMERCE: build .
Rev. Ernest Knowles of Folks- City.Mr. anti help
and Mrs. J. T. Kirklandand another four years' service I
Ga. the
| the valley ton, was dinner guest
in Sgt. Godwin will be eligible for EXCELLENCE
were visiting Mr.
can be: Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
bare and Mrs. L. R. Starling Sunday. retirement that follows 20 years'service. IV "U."I'IT COI HT IIHlUFOttll As 4
wild wind blows for \' KI.OHIII IM: ('" \ \I- the of management make up
the .r\ economy
Sapp.Mr. .
lien The sick list
this week Includes tKHV.T..ee
and Mrs. Vick
Ih'ey rock! Berry of Beatrice Griffis, Julia D., Edwin Mrs. Addle L. Hemwood and II. Scott. Plaintiff V*. Susie' a primary quality of our Service whichis
of South Carolina were visiting Mcott Defendant Cane No 4307. dedicated the affairs and needs ofbereavement.
sway to and frow Mrs. Berry's par ents, Mr. and and Neil Scott, Geraldine Carter Mrs. Ruby Roland of Bartow OKIlHIt) 0..' PUIIUICATtONAM to
ry other; Bobby and Billy Alvarez Myrtle visited Mr and Mrs. E. G. Land NOTICE TO APPicARSTATI7 .
to Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. Mrs. OF FLORIDA to: :Susie l
ow beautiful they are! Berry will be remembered as Mian Oneal, Voncille Roberts Doris Mc from Wednesday until Friday of I Scott, whose residence Is unknown.You .
they are covered Cauley and Dick Starling. last week. With his sisters Mrs. are required to appear on I
ally Louise Sapp. February 11, 1948, In the abovenamed .
,nowBernard i Mrs. Juanita Addison of Jacksonville Hemwood and Mrs. Roland. Mr. 1 Court and cause., wherein
I . .
e e plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Land went to Ft. White Wl'tdnes-I DEW ITT C JONESAMBUL.ANCH
of Chester, is spending a week with ( County Telegraph shall publish this
Eggers home last 1 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. day for Mrs. Land who had been I Order In next four weekly Isfiies.Vltness I' SERVICE :
,turned to her State FarmBy \ my hand .and official
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lorace '
I I Clark. I seal at Slarkv Florida, this January -
j Mrs. Marie Clemons spent the Mm. Whltfleld Campbell there since Saturday. 10. 1948.OI1o'Il'II. Funeral Director
I Bryan ( tiH.M.) A J Thomas
week-end with Mrs. H. H. Bradleyin Sunday visitors of Mr. and PHONE 7
Clerk of said Court
. .
Jacksonville. e Mrs. J. M. Bradley were Mr. and I /.itch II. l>i>uila Jalnesvllle., Fin.
Ally, fur IMf. 1-11 4t 2-1
Jerry Miller Davis, son of Mr. BIRTHDAY CELK11KATION Mrs. Vance Geiger and son, UradI Our local funeral home enables us to

/1\ r I' and Mrs. W. L. Davis receivedhis Mrs. J. G. Godwin gave her Icy and Misses Martha TreadwcU I i\ mu-iir (' >i MT. lilt \1t"011 offer conveniences and services not

/ discharge from the Navy on youngest son, Harold, a birthday and Mlrlan Brewer of Jackson- CKHt.1.4)1'l'. KI.OIIIU\t IN tll \\- otherwise available.We .

1 Monday Jan. 12. party Wednesday afternoon of last ville.Mr. Joseph It. l Downs, Jr.. I'l-llntlff. vs

\ Mr. and Mrs. Noah W. Jacksonof week. To add to the beauty of and Mrs C. \\'. Norton Jr., Case Mil si ni.No> Milton: 4.10UOHD13U Downs, Defendant furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and

r Rogersville Ten n., announcethe her home for the occasion ar and Mrs. J. L Cooper of Wewahtchka (tI' IMMlLirATlOVANI ( accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company -

birth of a baby boy. Mrs. rangements of narcissi, nasturtiums and J. L. Cooper of Uni- STATI'I.> NOTICM OK \KI.OKIHA: 1'0I'PI'to: :Mnxlne.\It pnyment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultationcarries

Jackson will be remembered as and sweet peas were effec versity of Florida spent the past :Milton I Downs, whose residence In: no obligation.Ill .
Miss Lois McCarthy. Mr. Jack- tively placed In the living and week-end with Dr. and Mrs. J. M. mu :North, l"l1l1l1uSlr..t., Amarillo -

son will receive his discharge from dining rooms. The dining table Hembree.Mrs. You, Texas are required to appear on :

lIi0111'T the army Tuesday and will go to covered with a lace cloth, was J. Felirmirv 11, II4! H. Hundley Mrs. \V.
named Court and wherelnphtintifr
I Rogersville to be with his wife centered by an exquisitely decorated H. Williams and Miss Mildred seeks divorce.cause I! r a dfnrdI'mmty
and smal son. tiered cake topped with Telegraph shall publish I tillsOrder ML FAViroMA&IC
Hunjlley were guests of Mr. and
In next four weekly Issues.
SERVICElAHMER'S candles. Tall
the seven tiny, yellow
Crews spent
Miss Ruby Mrs. Reese Bradley in Jacksonville \Vltness my bund !and officialseal
week-end with her friend'! :MIss blue tapers at each end of the last i at Starke, Florida, this Junuaiy -
Tuesday. Clinton Brad
Warrenetta Knight. table further emphasized the ley returned with his relatives fora (OFFICIAL 10. 1948.SEAT,) A. J. Thomas t YOUR I MEN US !
motif of blue and yellow
F. B. Clark Carl Brown, Clark Rich as did bowls of mints. Place stay with Mr. and Mrs. Hund- As Kiuh, Clerk H. Doniclus of said, Court Ualnesvllle., Fla.Atty .
ard Clark and John Brady I for 1'lf. 1-11 4t !K.I!
GIFT SHOP spent Saturday fishing at Green favors were attractive pencils and ley.Mrs.. J. Woodward returned
airplanes. From this table Ice IV ("JlUTI'I' ('01 HT. \IIKOIIII
Pond. Saturday from Palatka where she <'01 '\'''Y, "'I.OIUn\1 .\ 4'1114 \-
with slices of the birthday
110 EAST CALL ST. Miss Elizabeth McCarthy spent cream visited Mr. and Mrs. Bard Gale for 'Iaty.Add : .
with Miss Nadine Clark. cake was served to Harold and several to ItiibprtHiin. I'liilntlff. vs...
Sunday days.
I-IIONE 66 the following guests: Joyce Davit, 1 I Ot.orio:' KohetlHon. 11""nd'Lnl. Cass:
Floyd Cowart went for a plane S-Sgt. Jack' Bradley xfslted No. 4301.OIlDHIl.
and Frances Caldwell, =
Peggy friends In Savannah, Ga., and in I OP IMTttMrATION
Mary Rivers Stubbins Kay Part AM NOTICE TO APPKAIl
Tallahassee during the past week.I STATI'2 UK KI.OHIHA to; lli>orKUobortHon. "
ney Kenneth and Harold Tyus, whnni* residence Is: % .
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore of
Service ,
yc Complete Jane and Henry Rlcharde Lynwood Southern Itollwuy, IXnlnir Cur I>"-
iZc Carolyn Crews, Miami were visitors of Mr. and parliiient Atlanta. IlKorlclii..
Watts Mrs. G. E. Crews from Thursday You are required tr appear on
t r Nancy Bates Jimmie Moncrlef February II, 1916 In the above
/OIL Looks like it's going to be and Carolyn Bradley and Butch until Saturday.Mrs. naniil, Court and Cannes wherein =
J. E Wilson of Starke
/BRA a long time yet before and Bob Smith Jean Mundy and
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
i /UCHTft many of us get that new Tom Long of Starke. Outdoor W. G. Stringfellow Friday. Beware Coughsfrom =
r'Ptut/s we've been waiting for. afforded entertainment -
car games Dr and Mrs. T. H. Blair and -
1 Therefore it's more important during the party hours and Mrs common colds

than ever to let us keep Godwin was assisted In entertaining iv ('JJU'I"IT. roriir.roi SIR \nFOIl -- ,-

your old car in A-1 condi the boys and girls by Mrs l-KUV.OliKlyi.: vrv.. Fi.oitutti iv t.\\- That Hang On C -

Junius Smith of Starke and bj; James, Plaintiff v... Willie
'I tion. James Defendant. Case Nn. 4JOtf. Creomulslon relieves promptly because F' CHOWDER \ -
Mrs. Ogden ORDER OF PITHL.ICAT1ON it !goes right to the seat of the
Polishing AND NOTrCK TO APPEAR trouble to help! loosen and expel f\SH = '
Lubrication BRIDGE CLUB MEETING STATE OF FIjOUIDA. to: WillieJames germ laden phlegm, and aid nature E'WES1 .

WaxingSTANDARD Mrs. Martin Griner was hostessat I whose are required r..ld..n.11. to appear unknown.You on. to soothe and heal raw tender. Inflamed -, \( ., 1s gt0.tgaer olivepcoup _-_
her home last Wednesday afternoon February 11, 1948, In the above bronchial mucous mem- or tablespoonse't' =
OIL PRODUCTSCARDEN'S entertaining the State Farn: named Court and cause wh..rln branes.Tell your druggist with to,the sell you cis tomato p edltita.lle, 1 onclov.' 'I. =
plaintiff seeks divorce. H r a dfnrd a bottle of Creomulslon understanding gBC1P8' '" .'
Bridge Club. The three tablet County Telegraph h thl* you must like the way It terl, smelt bell 9epper. .letY: 1 ." ee to tent. ==
SERVICE STATIONV. were placed In the living roorrand Ord *r In next four weedy lnHtien.Wltnenn quickly allays the cough or you are .U' 1 Breen .. .t c.." ..d .... lpHt =:;; r rtile'
my hand and offlclaiseal to have back. In olive =
Mrs your money stag chtlltap.wd boU proNvrti
dining room. )
adjoining at Starke, Florida, this January fish and In '
H. Carden( Mgr. Temple Ave. & Call St. 10 19(11.lI1o'FICtAI. teaep... eta -
Griner's talent in flower arrange \CREOMULSION bones ttomerllc sod e11 v .etabtest -
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ... and 9 pereoil. =
ment was evidenced In market( An Clerk of aid Court. for Coughs: ,Chest Colds,Bronchitis uteewIcotlvpoLOhlll""' ...f ... .." ==
degree on this occasion. Color- Zarh If. Prmglatf, UalneHVllle, Fla. c D langeL' tlaaty ==
Atty. for Pit l-ll 4t 2-1 .nte .. : leelttnee sodContinue =
ful geraniums were used to advantage ...., _. tomato P boll s. hOttwtth
other well chosenpotted ---- ------- -" --00 to ,.. 11. C.
among ... .: Mrs -
gelvea to -
I plants. Narcissi lent their For Safety, Comfort and Economy c JAX' .oo \1.mL, ylorc yoUr :=
Iwhat beauty and fragrance to the living I JAX has .7th'.nd!! 111 =

room while the dining table idsyfa LtieclD 1\n. red" 1f pAQdc\1\1\:1\1111\04: .-
FOB COURTEOUS s uageotlot ...
made a decorative basket filled ....--- .. u 00., Jack :
with fine epeclments of semi- COUKECT C Q isoo 9111 bo paid J/I>. 'Brew1nl

tropical fruits of "Florida. In the BUS ltec\Po, ETlorlds.eonv111 .
bridge games defense stamp prize INFORMATION M .

winners were high, Mrs. Tom Con- gu "7
Plcane hone 147
for ners and second high Mrs. Field
can do you ing Chapman. In bingo Mrs. Den- -

I nis Fancher was holder of the Ride Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Busses

tkt4rt'4? srv.-. lucky card. To her Mrs. Griner UNION BUS STATIONTemple ra
also presented a box of stationery _

: .{ nnr was.aw a4Ma Mt .f ;_': I I t niversary.that date being Refreshments her birthday consisted an-- ...._ ____Ave. __LACY_,_._CONWAY 1 ........._Agent__ _._HUirUe___Fla.__. _

of a salad course with coffee. I
| .

tex.. N x4Jdt. (I COMMUNITY: : Community CLUB Club MEETINGThe held Its Prompt Service Careful Drivers LI

meeting In the Club
rooms Tuesday afternoon January STARKE TAXI SERVICEand
8. Mrs. J. G. Godwin, President _

') 4 t ATb' V presided over the business meet- V
which was opened with ItsImpressive
I Ii
ritual Hostesses at y JSJ!

J this meeting were Mrs. J. R. Kite MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone

4 .IY '.. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon who i
.f$1.7,9N served sandwiches and fruit cake ; 4i

.h with coffee during the social hour. I 150O

t IIIIlTItDAY PARTY II I I Day O Night I. a Mel/OW: ----

Honoring Sandra Williams on I Ij

: her fourth birthday Mrs. Calvin .. ,. and
h.i '' -
Williams of Palatka. Mrs. L. A. : ,:, :- ..' : .... : -- _-
G. E. Crews Beer ==
entertained the "pre-school. at Announcing the Opening ofFARMER'S

i 1. SAVE LABOR the Community Building Thursday Golden
The Club
afternoon, January 10. thesetwo

Grow your crop on fewer acres. Produce better pasture Room made a pretty party setting SUPPLY pDUOLypELIC1p0S are fish -
1 on which livestock be turned earlier and kept long and the highlight of the decorations West
can \ -
1 er. Prevent lodging of small grain and corn and make beautiful for the pink little and folk white was cake the CORNER IOTA & CHERRY STREETS _-_- rend regional f avorteesdu: 'ax B.... -'

other crops easier to harvest. with 'Its burning candles. Games gChowdef and tangYt. sheer metlect .agc} for -

played and from a "fishpond" ,
were p.lt
2. INCREASE YIELDS each child "caught" a HANDLING yes, P served tog ether' = I
Those Invited to ,,/
favor. when ) .
Thicken and strengthen the stand per acre. Enable cropsto participate In this happy celebra v..t men. u tastes tutu to

better withstand diseases and unfavorable weather. tion were: Richard and Harold Ballard & Ballard Feed = piseriminatin3. regional O'nl' < 01 -

Make grain heavier and fruit larger and juicier. Kirkland Harold Tyua and, Lavonia Mary Southeast's g.rest complement to
Rogers, Jean American Fencing the .s a
3. DUKger.( "Spanky" McLendon wl1Cther lot\ p.'"
QUALITY 3rd., Enice and f.1.nd.'P' bv \\,. .
Fielding Have A' CompleteLine ." andy
and And Soon to \l
and Dianne
Grow root crops that are more marketable in shape Sarah Ann Bradahaw Clifton good food or 1i SAX today
sire. Increase the feed value of forage crops. Improvethe Randy Hardee Barbara Hardware .I..h..n". 9.0.1 regEEiii '
Davis, Billy North and Johnnie of Farm Supplies, mello" really
carrying and keeping quality of fruits and vegetables. I I i Usery and Roslyn and Donna Hun- .. ,...,Iylng brew,
I suckle of Palatka. Assisted by Tools, Wagons, etc. learn canbe'Truly a premiumionalbeer

4. PREVENT SOil DEPLETION teeum p""o

Maintain reserves of plant food in the soil. Produce I i QUICK RELIEF FROM I wish to thank the public for the fine business! !' ,though' You never.P aY"P .1 ,AXl\

good. growth of nitrogen-producing legumes. Balancethe from II that has I been given me in the past and hope thatI .nj.V the, .I.li.n..

crop's use of other plant foods. I EXCESS ACIDFr.eBeekT.llsotHonl.Trutm.etihat may continue to serve you in the future. -

,.,.. ./lie"l .r c.1J..1 ..vi.." ....., ,,, .u ./*>*"* .* :J "' 11I"f. :- e e ; roe lIS'tsry
gin'I* .,. ., ...,... cSlt'd1 ffftiliW/i0..fcr>'fo You .
r.inform* l P,. MtH pr Must Holp or It Will Cost _. = tttfertetrJAX
o.prt."mJlllnn here brO'n..,1.1 orr1.lefoJymr MIKE MARUCA
Tit F ATM from. Mcfi
In'D..d. ...1 Ul..rs duo to Lttat..a BREWIHG COJacksonvi
u" Siitewth St, N.W. Wuhinctoa I,D.C. Moe' C" ,.,tl..". s.ur e"_U..ke.-..*.4..

....... c.-.., "'.......... r.t.sa a CIMoooIc" C..pI'.e.a h..It. .:*."H"../.Cod.trurn*.,1<*10'1 l .i''i,.",..Irlall' STARKE FLORIDA

.....'" c.........,..Am.da" u.......f4.e r.t.se C.mN y I div A, : ro L..*.,SU ..,i's I unon M ses..r"e which as fully! -'' I
u UI/I.oI r.
VW c,
I I Koch Drug Store ,"_ s




I ._

t Grand Ole Opry contractor In and about Starke. 18th(OFFICIAL, 1948. SEAL A.J. CLASSIFIED> A D

Florida Counties Survivors Include his wife Mrs, AH Clerk of said Court SJ
'' ThOln'a"1
T Frank Land rum,
'' Get $18,000 Each I At Park Thursday Lessle Lee Silcox Starke; three Atty for Pit 1-18

C. M. Merchant SALE-One 8 burner Quick- LADY-Ar. you a \\',
Sllcoxt turoii
sons iCIIICIIT rot H'I'. JIll FOR Used S -and left ,
y From Racing Funds I Marines, and William and Ray Sil- 401TY. FLOHIUtt IM ('II A'N. only meal 6 built months.In Will oven take Htove.. $84 cash. 30 ROOMSCABINS children to with supi"0.Jr'with ,tab;' _.

Starke two daughters. Mrs. ('.:au". good milk ...w. airs. no Income. ""4 ,
cox, vnJennlv or trade on .bllt
for Florida \Vllllam H Butler, Plaintiff tZ3 rtt4'
i An all time Bradley Rte 2, Box your own term
and Mrs. Elsie and
Tampa Case No.
this week when Mellle Garcia Butler, DefendaNH 1-11 21t AND9KITCIIENETTES. farm tool and i">.
was set up early Bertlce Moncelll Chicago; two 4.124. make your crop for Want you'*'
checks for $18,000 were mailed Vivian Louise Gar. ORDER OF PUHLICATIOV. HELP WANTED-Expert typl t '>.n then write me. I 1 do tth
State Comptroller grandchildren AND NOTICE TO APl'KAHSTATE law office. Apply far from town Iba',
out to all counties by cia Tampa and William Silcox OF FLORIDA to: Jennie work In Landrunn. 1.( poor you are or you ,I

J. M. Lee. The money Starke and one sister Mrs: Butler whose residence and address Frank Gas Heat Gas Cooking will work for you how for hat
Jr., Watertown .
fund. IH: 67 State Street nENT-S..veral ..ewIng or equal shareT J1"
State racing OR
the SALE I
from 786AII..n FOR crop b'
came Butler, LightsCompletely I
Emma Carpenter Tampa. New York condition mean with
In good
machine f"Chrl.tian
Last the checks for January Street Syracuse, New York. ; South ; :
year 224 ; I ,
were A. J. on L. O. ; Hemingway honest \aJL
were only $4,000. I Active pallbearers You are required to appear above Thompson" tit. 1-11 2U I Furnished age 49 No '
February 18, 1946 In I
Saunders, Tommie Kirby KrUi'tof
While Comptroller Lee hesitated Thomas named Court and cause, wherein F > 40 .(' County Tlm_. Lake ,
Bradford fenced good
James Austin seek divorce west goon
what the following Williams, plaintiff of Starke. ,
to predict thisOrder Ahead
Telegraph shall publish Book A Room
Leach and Caslus Strickland. County berry land imall house and
months of 1940 would produce In next four weekly ISBUeB. wells; all going FOR SALE OR RENT

he said It wax reasonable to expect Honorary pallbearers were Fred Witness my hand and. thl.offl Starke, Florida
at Plant
Klckllter. Alonza 8413, 607 Weat Iralnen St., ,
some sort of record would be Sasse J. F., lath. 1946.OFFICIAL. 12-28 4tp
established. The law which regulates Strickland Dr. W. E. Mlddleton ( REAL> A. J. Thomas, City. To The Voters ofCounty
AH dork uf, said Court of all kind renovated PLACE Commissioner.
H. L. Brovrnlee MATTRESSES
of state A. O. Andreu
the distribution T, Frank Landrum, Starke Fla upholstered and lstrlft No. 4
racing fundR' guarantees that each O. Strong. Arthur Murrhee C. B Atly, for Pit 1-18 4t Z-8 reflnlshed; furniture Drop us a ,card. 1000 Feet From B Gate llradfont County Flwu.

of tax rolls or Johns and Frank Peterson. HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Lax I hereby announce
county regardless LAKE for County ?
throat 'KINGSLEY
IN rntnir toinr. nil S30, palatka. Fla. tf C.ml."lon.r"t'. '
population shall receive not lens ('01 TY. Fl.OIIIIItl l\ fHl-: No.4. the Voiii

calendar year. of BerriesH. (Kit: VJamen CITY, AID FOR RENT-Two 2-room apart. .clncta of Hampton Orak,.
than $33,000 any j 1st Pint L. Maxwell, Plaintiff. vs. LIST YOUR FARM. ; menu, children under 3. Mr,. ThereMsa. subject tr the ell i
During 1945,because of the nationwide HeHHle FlanlKitn Maxwell Defendant BUSINESS. PROPERTY .: '. f. W. H. Struth on Lake City highway voters In the Deniocrutlc) I
In May *
.racing ban It was necessary / L. Garrett farmer living two Case OF No. PUBLICATIONA.I 43 3.OHDKR ]Ht block beyond curbing.It If elected to this ifnni 1

to draw from the general Eddy Arnold and his Tennessee miles southeast of Starke broughtthe NOTICE TO API'1 SAIt I continue to dlsthargi .iiconnected
1'1'1'OF' .FIX)K I PA to-: BosnleFlanlitan therewith 'r
revenue fund to make up the difference I Plowboys one of the new headliners first pint of strawberries of :Maxwell whone resilient, L FO.lt. HALE:-One S-burner pre-war Impartial manner, aiL
between what the racetracks and address. In Rural Itoute No.1, S1LROUi8EaTA1ti:; table-top kerosene range practically on that promise j B
of the WSM Grand Ole the season In to town last Satur new Hee Mr*. Oreen attlreen's solicit your vote and
Virginia ,
In the way of tax WIlHimbuig, 'West Oreaet advertiser of country It junn""
produced Store.
Opry, will appear at the. Park' day. Mr. Garrett says plants are You are required to appear on pro".."' ''. tins mode ovefanlmi Renpectfull) /mu"
( guaranteed by' In the above T l'
and the $33,000 February 18, 1946 ItemF.rmc- CIo
Theatre In Starke Thursday, Jan. full of bloom and cause, whprelnI'hlntltf 12.000 of FOR SALE_Buttermilk fed fryers,
law. In 1944 the total amount distributed looking fine, are ,, named Court Acreage. Bnyer from all over the
In three big shows. seeks. annulment Ttratlforfl< juicy and tender. 35 cent pound IN niiciiT {'Clisir,
for each 24, successful thinOtil'r World Free open Ilntlnir. 'A of mm!
was $19,500 and he Is expecting a I (County Telegraph. fthall publish while they laot. little more C'O"j'I'FI.OIIIU'I:
Arnold and his Plowboys .-. season. \ In next four weekly l nusltneHH E. STROUT REALTY AGENCY that ntce hay at $1 per bale. (''':11... I Hi(",

county. McNatt Roy Wiggins, \\ my hand and official Heal IteprpBentfxl Locally Ity K. E. Warn111 Waldo. 1.18 2tp IClvlne Mary Maxni itn9lc,
"With more than half the guaranteed Speedy lilt Murke, Florida, this January lev, Plaintiff vs UUW
Lloyd George and Tommy Page- 16lh. III4B.OFFICIAL. F. C. IIOLLINGSWORTII FOR SALE':-Real Estate Starke Slbley, Defendant' .axe -,r,
arnount already distributed are real." mountain music makers IIKPOIir OK lOMHIKJX OPPI.OIIIII ( SEAL) A.. J. Tliomaa.VM 110 So. Walnut St. homes furnished or unfurnished, Ii OHDHR OF' Pl'HIoIf'ATtr?

It looks to me like the amount to from the hills of Tennessee. Eddy .\ II1NK AT MIAHUi': .. Ierk Frank of Landrum nnld 1 Court.T Starke. Fla. with two three suit &purchaser.four bedroom Alsobusiness AND NOTICE: Tu AI'PP
'nf FloridaHt term to STATE OF FLOI5IDA
oiiirkr In the state uf tt
be received by the counties will I plays a guitar and sings folk the ..1..M. cif bunliieMM i.n l>rrrmlirr Ally. for Plf. 1-18 41 2.8 FOR lUo :-lT-AlI completely fur. fTroperty In Starke and :, Stephen Sibley 147, \\.'t II,
and popular melodies In a III.: IIIII. nlshed; two 2-room houseH with several farmn. Let me know your New York. N. YHI" 2P g. ,
be far above the guarantee", songs \smio-is i\ fulfill-'oi iir. lilt \n'olt", light and water, $17 and $21 per requirements.. I have what you St, Eauton Muryluifd.
said. "Natunlly style that Is proving Increasingly Loan and dlHiount (In- C'OI >'1'\'. Kl.OlllltVl IN ('II"N- month. 1 three-room house, $11 want. N. D. Wainwright Jr, You are required 'I ,n-
Comptroller Lee popular with listeners on the NDC! chi din"I 110.66 overdrafts <'IHV.leffviHon: with 2U acres land. L. B. Jordan Registered Proker.. 1.. Call St.. February 18, 194A 11'' .ih(
assistance through the distribution 107,54424 ., Lee Doddx. Plaintiff v.... Highway 48, near Newoom'BModel over Sternberg'a. Store. Phone named Court and iauw, II
the network.. United State Government Ituthle Mae Dodds, IK-feiulanr Case DaJry. _1.4 2tp ', 114 or 102.: ., 1-18 2tp plaintiff seeks divorce and n
of the racing tax fund will McNatt 'Is a fiddler and vocalist obligation, .d I No. 4125OltlinR: of minor child Brndfuril r
the smaller le<.t and guaranteed .17Oblltfatlonn OF PfllLICATIOWA.NU FOR LI'-lLt sacrifice. prices:' live FOIl RENT-Small furnished house Telegraph shall, puhliHh thli,r
marked in
be more ; Wiggins plays an electric of State* and NOTICE' TO API'KAll lug room suit, bedroom suit In Starke. Inquire W. C. Prather, In next' four weeklytnin.\ .
counties than in the centers of steel guitar; Lloyd George and polltliHl BUbdlvlHlonx 26 ,882.28 HTATH OF FLORIDA to: lluthle. kitchen set rug lamps, radio, etc corner Washington Ave. and Wel. Witness my hand and oMI(
Cash balance with other Mae Dodds, whose residence and Inquire Jack Frledler. 328 W. Call ler Ht. Itp at Starke, Florida, thin J,
population. Tommy Page are comedians; and bank, Including: reserve address In 2810 W. 127th St. Apt. St, or Roger Jewelers,, ,130 E. Iflth 1946.
OscAr Sullivan plays the mandolin balances and 1-\", New York New York. Call Ht, It FOR BALE1940 Chevrolet 1% ton (OFFICIAL'SF.AL) A J. nAn
JOIN THE!: CHAMBER OF each. Items In process of You are required to appear on short wheel bane truck with new Clerk of said Court.
collection ',' 689,297.13 Felnuary 18, 1946, In Heh"w above FOR SALE-2 ..ows. 0 shoats: 1 now 1941 motor, new tire.. ContactD T. Frank I-andrum. start
COMMERCE and help build On the same program the Park Bank premtiie owned named; Court and 7 plgw. and 7 head goat flee 0..Kelly, 214 Thompson tit. ltD Atty. for Plf. Ml\ ,
Starke I $7.50887 furniture and plaintiff seeks. divorce Bradford U L Bedenbauith, Hampton Kla
will offer a double feature bill: flxtureH M.lMl.JG 1I.S2S01 County Telegraph shall publish this lIED "
"Spider Woman": and "Moonlight Other assets 8,121.79 Older In next four weekly Issuen.HneBH .
\\' my hand and official Heal INTERIOR: DECORATING and out.
W.C.T.U. and Cactus""f. ; TOTAL, ASSKTrt' ..* .' 2.M4,912! at Starke, Florida, this January Hide painting and contracting. I EVERY BRANCH OF
LIABILITIES 16th. 1'146.10F"'ICIAI.' Oeorge Brook, 416 N. Walnut St.
-. 1 Demand deptmlta of Individual PEAL) A J. Thomas _,. ItpFOR
<< Jessie J. Silcox *, part nerhlp AH Clerk of said Court. __ I "A" .
PEAK AND THE SMOKE and i'orpnrntlon. 1,640,84095 T. Frank Landrum Starke, .Fla. 4 .
I'IAT..E-IOO tbrouirhbrad
frvera '
II...BIT.F Buried At Kingsley Time depolt of IndlJdiial Atty. for PIt. 1184t. 2.8 Poland China ohoat f inquire 1'': '
*, part neritilpM, StiA'h..
Reynolds Shoe Shop, J
*" and corimmtlnnN 751,28982 i\ cutriiT 'OI''I'I'FO'II) It .
I %ar' cause most people to Jessie J. Silcox. life-long rest- Depoalt of United State 'OI'YTY' KL01III IN CHAN- iZ4.GLNilceY :
Uoverument (Including KHV.. ,1, .
I haunch the smoking habit. They dent of 'Bradford and Clay Coun- potttnl, HuvlnitN) 17D,09G.13 1 darner Crosby, Plaintiff, v... FOR SALE-H6use trailer factory
are afraid they will not be Deposit of i Mtatea'' and Howell L. Crosby Defendant. Case built In good condition Sleep
''I I tlev died At his homer' two miles polltUMl NulxllvlHtonx. 191,33695 No 4122, 4. Inquire at 302 South St. for
'I.. thought "big" or Important. Other deposits (certified ORDER OF PtTBLICATION Mrs Ida George Itp
Thin In especially true of eaa'f: of Starke on:the old Camp .and officers' check., I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
I etc 'I Id.34685 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Howell WANTED TO RENT-5 room houne,
'Wednesdaynight .t
j ., ,teen-ag who long; to bethought 'landing$ 'Highway; TOTAL 01 (,OSITI, $2,786,710.00 I L. Crosby whose residence and address unfurnished' at reasonable 'iA nt. '
!r : older than their your January 9. Other liabilities 12,416.63 la Smoak. South Carolina. Permanent. residents.. Write box H. C. Wall Agency
Hut What about"women, and Ynu are required to appear on 221. 1.18 2tp
! j Services were ,held ''Thursday TOTAL LIABILITIES ; men,*who'tart the to- Including auhordlnatedobllEatlona and wherein
I I manjr named Court cause .
I 3 o'clock in the >
afternoon at (MM *
I shown be- seeks divorce and restoration
naroo habit 'after they aregrosvf1Igo. plaintiff LORIDA 1 LIVRA TONELAXATIVE
I Lake Baptist '''Church :::.: 2.T99.tA8.63 of maiden name. Bradford Over 50 Years
*' Kingsley Jow? -T7 ---- t,,:..::;. oFlstllnt Service ,
with DeWitt 'C. 'Jones' funeral County Telegraph hall publish thlni' .r '. "
;, *
'Again It -In tea that 'make. Order In next four weekly Insue ts 1$1 rz11p1uLa "t
home and Rev; Dreiner of Green Capital ,rt. u: 15.00(100 Witness my hand and official seal
them keep tucking on their **;- iurplu iDO.IIOOII0IIndl"ld.o1 Please Phone 146
Cove Springs' irt charg and Interment at "Starke,', Florida, thla January
wtteH till MtetotlgloaldlittaBt. | profit ', ll.080.tlRcRervei 16th, 1946.OFFICIAL.
: followed' ""the' family (*ad. retl8.m.nt ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas., OLD AT
J Ikna hnen Jnvwoorro anit. habit Account for prefe rr.edcanltal .
'plot tn1 I Kingsley Lake'Cemetery.' 7 An Clerk of said Court.T. & I
lj Isis ", ) II.IU.IIIIt'n" Frank Landrum Starke. Fla. i
de eIoped. d[ 'i.& ra' 4r .
Mr/SHOOK .wa< 'tootta at Kings- .
-' "
Atty.forpft. .
different .
They arvaftald of' bring CAPITAL A. C' -
ley Lake on Feb.. 28. 1884; the -- -

frwoif.th.,.h.M, iv-vJi .4w son! of'the>late''David1'. and Nancy COIJNTg.446.729,10. ,. IU'1 ... =", ._"........... .,,.'-..,.. ....-.. ........._A.. : .,
Tobaoon dwan't.vonr.judgwnent anesthetize ''L J AD I LITTER' rf ul '1"r' .Jj'" "'r' 1
Thomas/Slloox aml'tvas 61'Years Tw't'A1. .. '/ '. ... I. I ,..- ,
l' I'f ,
'>llkf IlkIMey AT, I :TAL. AUrTbU 'I" 1. .. .10.
) of '' iat the'" thne'of"llis death: I : '''C -4< \"" .. ,' '" ". ,
age COUNT{ {) 2.9H.t1t.83 l( J.lfe r. "
but ,It tl.-.i* ,fog>'. your/: mindqllffhtly 1.'" IUL'" .J --L.. I ;' ._ '
i Its'was'married In 1909 t'lf'LucyI bank'. ;)"" n.' ,.1{ .. .. ."'" \
multiplication + capital con. .
41a regards mental .,. ... .G. .
I Edith Harris, who preceded him atnts stockwith ." .. &' I" : '::::; ,. .
WI' other. fine..etann t"ctll'io! par value of .',.' "gyp. ,.." :I. !I. I. !.<::t j'
in' death byi a good'm ny'yel1rll. ..,., .... i"I "" I ,
heel 'he was married' $25ood.ooMEMORANDA ,. .
and in 1919 to '\ '.
It '*oHb" einatfgh ta pay'' y u'insuranterpremiums'urbuy : .,If. ., .
Lesaie Lee who survives him. He Pledged a HetB (and "eciirltlea ., .1/1"....0/ .\
loaned) book I P I .fI
a (
united with the Lake ,
Kingsley value): t' .
small rams NO flnftitriUy It Baptist Church 38 yean ago andwas (a) IT. S Government ob- : n' OPE'N'ING" O'F'C.J. 11 <. ',Ii"
'..n't wUMt,.- (Dr. George W. deacon 33 llftatlonm direct and THE :
,Iphac4itge years
guaranteed, pledged to
Crane In the Chicago Dally .
until five years ago when he became recurs dep D. It. and] el
New..) 111. Prior to this last Illness other llablHHe (03,341
(b) Other assets pledged
he was well-known carpenter and to secure depnHlta and
other lla bllltle (lncludlntr .
note. and bills
rediscounted and fieourltlea -
sold under repurchase CANNON'S GROCERY

ENJOY. GOOD FOOD AT. agreement) 91,145.48 l,

(e) TOTAL ____-- $H00.088. .

Secured and Pl'. e f. e rredllabllltlai
RANCH Peponlti a a o u red by '
ple gad ae....t.. pumuant
to requirements of law 152,43988

(e) TOTAL _.j-. $152,439.88Subordinated MARKET
3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28 obllnatlone:
(la) On date of report the ,
required legal reserve
against deposit of this
bank wan (17.342(
(b) Assets reported above
which were eligible an '
STEAKS CHICKEN legal reserve amounted .I
tn 2.044.495.13 :

theI. 8. L. Peek Jr? Cashier or ; 19thIN
above-named bank, do solemnly Saturday January
SEAFOOD swear that the above statement Is
true, and that It fully and correctly -
represent the true state of
the several matters herein con
tamed and net forth to the bent of THE
DINNER PARTIES SOLICITEDYes. my knowledge and belief


STATE W.W.W.OF B P.I FLORIDA.. Pewell Wall Smith, Director Winkler Building Temple Avenue

Sworn to and .ubcerlbed beforeme
this 14th day of January, H18,
.and I hereby certify that I am anton .
officer or dleeotnr of this bank -
Notary Public.

My commlnlon-expire Deo. 8, 1949. We Will Carry A Complete Line of .

iv: .Hr.'IT rot'HT. Dlt.'UFOItIi -
t'ot'\jTV. FI.OIIU IV CILaY-
( .:..y. :
pf Alan Wylle Plaintiff v... Anna Oer-

Xn.rude ORDER 4187 1rvbe Wylle OF PUBLICATION, Defendant Cane Fancy and Staple Groceries.' Fancy

STATE AND NOTICR OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Anna :':" Native and Western meats Fresh '

riertriiclo Or..heVII..., whose resldenre -
.and address tm unknown. .. .
You are required to appear on
February It, 1946 In the above

named' Court. and cause!>.publish, Bradford wherein'uaiiutyyTelraraphlshall thin ,5. f Fruits and Vegetables At All Times.

Order In next' your weekly Issueltnenx *. .
\\ my hand and official seal
nt Xlnrke, Florida this January
You Can RestAssured 56th IH8.OFFIl'IAI.! .
( SKAI,> A. J. Thomas,
of Perfect Sa Us. A* Clerk of paid Court.T .
Send Frank andrurn,. Starke, Fla.
1'lant.ToIL'Iease. Atty. for Plf. I.IS 4t J-8
(o Our OrSoeAim
You Is :: In Life. -
i> ('lllrt'IT ('01 HT. Htivnvonn
,. 401 ""'V. KI.OUUI I", (.ll\\ CANNON'S
: FRY, S '
Thomas C. Jennings, Plaintiff V*. r'I
Hplen Louise Jennlnicw 1)efvndassl.
Cane No 412.1OHDKR 1

ROUT. 315 STATE AND NOTICE OK1 FLORIDA TO APPEAR t nlfl11J.11fI OIIIMO Jennings whose. redd.nce The Friendliest Store in Town"
GREEN, Temple end address 1 I" Ift clrand Avenue .
North Halt Ontario1 Canada. .
Owner ; You are required to appear. on .

Aye named February Court 89. and 1946 cause In. the, wherein above 220 North Temple Avenue C. M. Cannon Owner & OperatotI (

.. I
_. plaintiff .k. divorce. Bradford.
County Telegraph shall publish this I
Order, In next four weekly Issue
\Vltn..... my hand and official seal
: at Htarke, Florida, till January -'


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