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: March 1, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1877

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id Up" Urged By Chairman Of Fire Four Takes BuildingsIn Toll Teachers StressI'Impetus Given To MovementFor

d Cross Drive for $$,300 Quota Two Boomtown recent fires have destroyed Health ProgramIn Bradford Hospital .

four buildings along the old highway -
Lent of quotas In the on the north side of Kings- All-Day MeetIn I
throughout --- -- --
areas ChairmanE. ley Lake near the area that Is I
the 1946 Red Cross commonly known as Boomtown.. I
,ve was perfected at a An unoccupied two-story room an all-day session held at the Farm Bureau Organized Following ;

held In the headquarters ing house and two smaller struc school in Starke last Friday, the Rotary Club Luncheon 1
onday. Plane were also tures, the Bradford County Teachers Association
property of Dan BoreeOf
j at this time for than Jacksonville, burned to the adopted recommendations Organized FridaySome WednesdayGreat
of employees in the ground last week in an early- suggesting that all schools Immediately .

district, I morning blaze that thrl'atenedBorl'e's begin a program of impetus was added to the movement for a hospital t
"Let's Speed Up" was health education, beginning ,with 40 local farmers accorded -
Lne tourist camp until brought for Starko and Bradford County when the nucleus of it ita ,
Dahmer. chalr- the hookworm disease the Bradford Farm
and other bureau
E a
by under control by fire trucks summoned local Hospital Association was organized early \Vednea-, ,
drive In Bradford related problems.It heartening welcome at its firstnwt'tlnt
the resl- from Camp BIa.n leaders In the In the courthouse ]hint
and Cause of the fire is unknown. was also agreed that the the Club.
ectlons are urging solie I- Association would ask the I Friday night. Klectlon of tem- notary
An apartment house oppositeTownsend County Dr. Jt 11. llembree of the Florida State Prison
work toward reaching School Board to provide adequate porary officers was made, and ;
has by March 9. .v grocery, owned by A laboratory equipment for the high plans effected for a membershipdrive was guest speaker at the Rotary luncheon and describedthe I
S. Strickland
in was levelled on a which has Its ISO establishment of hospital here the foundationupon I
at Sternberg1 Is charge school science program and, thata as goal a as very
lions from employees of night of the the previous of week following full time librarian be employed new members by April 1. which future development of this community must 1

firms, and Mrs. L. A. heater. Mrs.explosion an oil there. It was stated that "This Z, W. Hamilton, Brooker, was be built. ;

!residential chairman: met occupant, was Mary Unhurt Kelly, the only recommendation l Is made by representatives elected president and Clyde Cone, The meeting was attended by three other local doctors. 1

workers at the Church of most of the schools Brooker, secretary-treasurer of 'Dr.Y. E. :Middleton. Dr. M. I

[Center Thursday after- of the county. They agreed that the group. A second election will R Herlong. and Dr. II. II. I
Starke To Be Scene Individual needs should be Hubor- be held In April, when the per Military Curfew Adams all of whom made

ahmer stated that he has t Of Laymen's Assn. dlnated to those greater! county manent organization will be set brief remarks pointing to hospital !
veiling over the county needs Inasmuch as the entire

J with the chairmen of the Delegates of the National Christian county shares In the educational( up.L.. T. Dyer, county agent, said Lifted TodayStarke's facilities as the greatest :
flections and expects to J. Dahmer proprietor of Laymen's Evangelistic Asso benefits of the senior high school". yesterday that the response by need of Bradford County at

campaign in the sur- Dahmer's Gift Shop, who Is serving elation will assemble here the latter These recommendations were those attending and the interest the present time."I .

. communities well under as chairman of the 1946 Fund part of next month for the made following a report by Mrs.L. shown throughout the county has 5-year-old 11 o'clock firmly believe that our
J March 4.leu drive for the American Red Crossin organization's first annual state H Hill giving the results of a been particularly gratifying, since curfew for military personnel Ilt section of Florida has a very

firms in Starke are Bradford County. convention, to be held in the Gos- survey of facilities needed In the many had not been previously Informed lifted effective today, according to bright prospect for continued
Incited this week and thert pel Tabernacle April 28-May 5. It Bradford High School. of the nature and purposeof an announcement by Mayor Chas growth," Dr. Hembree stated. "It

to Southeastern Areant Is planned that R. G, LeTourneau, During the morning session the the organization. The 33 farm- A. Darby. is a well known fact that Industryin

In on March 4. Schools To Hear of VIcksburg, Miss., prominent following officers were elected to era who joined Friday he said, The curfew has been enforced the North Is decentralizing and '.

i assigned to the various Red Cross Speaker manufacturer and a member of head the Association next ;year: : have Indicated full support In the here since the establishment of much of it will move South.. There
fclstrlcts are as follows: the national executive committee, President, Mrs. Muriel Norman; efforts that will be made during Camp Blanding at the request of is a good chance that we can attract

(business district) $4200; Dr. M. B. Herlong chairman of will address the convention. Vice President Harmon Morgan; March to acquaint the county alto the camp Prevent Marshal, and some of this new develop

((residential) NE section the Bradford County Red Cross Various other leaders in theassociation's Secretary, Mrs. Ruth Frazier; the bureau's objectives. prohibited military personnel from ment to our community, but before

/section $300. SW section Chapter, announced yesterday that work men well- Treasurer, Mrs. Floy Sullivan. The meeting- at 8 p. m. tonight, buying any article even food, we can Interest Northern, Industrialists

! section $200; Reno and Joseph H. Wubbold, former supervisor known in business and professional Highlight of the afternoon session March 1, will be held in the school after 11 p m. we must be able to

J300; Lawtey $600; of Red Cross Clubs In the life of the Southwest, will was an address by Dr. Rob- building at Hetlbronn Springs. Lifting of the curfew will not offer them a modern communitywith "

$GOO; Hampton $300; Southwest Pacific Theatre, will appear on the program, accordingto ert G. Carter sanitation consultant Others for the approaching monthare affect the prohibition of the sale adequate hospital facilities.
In $200; New River $200; J. T. the state vice of scheduled as follows: of beer after 11 At the meeting following the
lit be In Starke on Wednesday. Feb. Quigley, for the State Board Health p. m., Mayor
$130; Rising andk 13, in the Interest of the. current president. Included among them on the subject of hookworm dis Monday. March 4, Hampton. Darby stated' as this Is requiredby Rotary luncheon Dr. Mlddleton
$150: ; .Theressa $100; fund campaign. are H. W. McLarity of AUanta; ease. Pointing out that teats. In Friday March 8, Lawtey. city ordinance and will be continued Dr. Herlong, the Rev. W. J.

11100$50.; Sampson City $50; Dr. Herlong states that F. R. Vernon Paterson, of Charlotte, N. this section of Florida Indicate Tuesday, March 12, Graham. In effect. Stoppage of the Churchwell, and *A. J. Thomas

Carradlna and Mrs. Oeo? W. Roberts C.! Dr. R. R. Stoker, ()f Tocoa, that around 60 percent of the Friday Marcb 15, Starke. sale of beer after 11 p. no. appliesto were named aa a preliminary
of Lawtey have arranged for Ga., and Dr. E. H. Welae, of rural population have hookworms, Tuesday March 19, Rising- military and civilians alike It steering commlttae to plan objectives -
st Church Mr. Wubbold to speak at the Jacksonville.The Dr. Carter stated that the damage Friday, March 22, New River. was said. of the association and to
convention will be the first done by this disease cannot be Friday March 29, Brooker. The curfew Is being lifted sine make arrangements for a mass
thy to Partake with the Lawtey School at 10:30: a. m, and of Its kind held la Florida since' (I" emphaalzed. He stated that The Starke meeting will be held this discipline: is considered no meeting at a later date at whicha

IB the title of the sermon he will also apeak.at Hellbronn, the session of last April was restricted 'a I child Is often considered,, lazy at the courthouse with the others tanger necessary because of the permanent date. of officers will

roogttt by,the pastor.*the I Rial,..and ,Vanderbilt during the I to ,organization purposes" ..e.ndentally dull (2te.q( in reality, In. the schools, All will begin at: oVindlln/ : of...nxUHary ,,personnel be elected.. u ,
D. Haines, of the" Ftrst I day., Details -of the eight-day progradr Se'a,"ldUm of-hookworms/ S:p.>im at Camp .Bunding. *.'* )fl'.:ThomasTexptalned the steps'

Chump this Sunday.nlorn- I Mr. Wubbold''went overseasyLthe ,L1j highlights will be released later, Following Dr. Carter, H.'E, Nut- Early in"April the members will that hav* lr a.cybeen taken by
II L m. This la the first fall of 1943 as a Red Cross the Board of County Commissioners -
I Mr. Quigley stated ter of the School Service Program< hold a countywide meeting Mrs.Hornick AssignedTo ,
fries of messages entitled Club director, first locating In College of Education.' ,Universityof featuring visiting I speakers and a In the Interest of a hospital
ng Through March with Australia then' up through the BHS Civics Class Florida outlined the teacher's fish fry or barbecue. The time Jax Beach USO here and the new association wenton
Ur." Observance of the various islands finally locatingin record as heartily endorsing
Important role in health education. and place will be announced later. '
Supper will follow the Manila where he opened the. Writes ArticlesOn I. Mr. Elizabeth Hornick, former what the board has already done
bureau Is de
The Bradford
message. now famous Roosevelt Club. director of the Starke USO Club, and commending the commissioners -
Beautification The afternoon session wag presided scribed as an affiliate of the
Sunday evening Happy Mr. Wubbold Is scheduled to Mrs. Grace Osborne, stopped briefly to visit with on the Interest displayed In
over by American Farm Bureau of approximately -
wts at 7:30: ( with favorite speak In Jacksonville Gainesville, : The class in 9th Grade Civicsat supervisor of Bradford County 3,000,000 members, friends here Sunday on ).er way the proposed hospital.
nd choruses and an evan- Palatka, and other Florida cities BHS has been studying the schools. which seeks support for legislativework to her new assignment as Reviewing the action that has
JackHonvllle Beach club.
mesaage by the pastor.y during the Red Cross drive. I problem of community beautification I and other activities that are the officially already been taken Mr. Thomas
> School meets at 9:45: and several of the best Welcome-Home Party I for the betterment of the Individual After the was 31 Mrs. stated that the Board of County
closed here January
"A on
y People Finding a PVVs will be publishedIn D. R. of Commissioners at its regular
To Get presented farmer Igou
d" and there Blanding papers R. Harris Hornick and Miss Cella Israel!,
are departnd the Telegraph in order that For Herbert Eustis, Is State President. The staff assistant, remained for a meeting in January signed a con-
classes for all ages From MelbournePlans others might benefit by the sug National Headquarters is in Chicago which tract with Reynolds Smith it
ng Unions meet at 6:15: to Herbert R. Harris was given a and the period of two weeks during hills a Jacksonville firm of
with the Legislative
"The Meaning of Christ'sand for the transfer of prisoners gestions. is welcome-home party on the night USO property In the building was architects, for "investigations, reports
The first of the series pub- Fruit and Vegetable departments removed. Since
there are unions for of war from Melbourne to of his arrival recently at the branch office inventoried and and recommendations for
groups with 2 adultk Camp Blanding was announced lished below: CAN BEAUTIFYOUR home of his uncle and aunt. Mr. maintained at the that time Mrs. Hornick and Miss acquisition, design and construction -
WE In Washington
Service HOW I A. Ellington. He was Israel have been enjoying a vaca-
Tuesday by the Fourth' / and Mrs. R. of a hospital".
service will be held Command headquarters at At Madge BrownleeWe I dischar g e d In Church tion with friends and relatives In Under the contract, the architects '.
oy at 7:30: for fellow lanta. No change however, was January at West- Methodist St. Petersburg.Miss to and on
all live in or near some com- Israel Is now on her new are study report
ed ay. study. Everyone indicated In the status of the munity. Thus we all have, or port, Wash., after The Evangelistic Committee met assignment with the USO-JWB the hospital needs of the county '1
to enjoy this hour of camp which is to close March 31. should have, an Interest In one. .ierving four In the recreation' building Monday In Baltimore. recommend construction plans In "

It Is expected that the prisoners Everyone loves beauty and the years as a pri- night at 6:30: o'clock for a Swiss Both Mrs. Hornick and Miss detail, estimate costs, represent ;
I will again be moved prior to that first step to beauty is cleanliness. vate first class steak supper More than 40 Israel expressed appreciation for the county In transactions with ti

tic Oil StationI j i date.While .. There are many ways In which In the 18 Army.months He workers were present and after a the fine cooperation of the people financing agencies, and make application :a.j
ged official details relative to, you, as a citizen may help iu I spent( brief instruction from the Rev. of Starke during their stay here. to the Federal Works)
By Veteran It Startat ()f that time In for a grant to cover expenses
the movement were not given. clean up your own town. Shuler Peeie District superlntenIdent. Agency J

Baker, formerly of' St. was believed that the camp will home with a few things; others the Pacific served'In "IHi.' ., they went out and visited I First ConventionServices of advance planning. ;,
I \
lU., has: been named be In the nature of a "way sta- will be envious and clean theirs. where he t r r the homes of the city, asking It was decided that the next
of the new Atlantic fill tion" for PWs en route to ports After you have successfully cleaned I. Korea, dkl-i I: prospective members to align are announced a> follows meeting of the Hospital Association -

'Ion on Temple Avenue. for repatriation. The Melbourne your own property secure the nawa and other*:! themselves with the church. A for the First Christian will be held at 1:15: Wednes-

former Save Oil camp is one of five southeastern help of others in cleaning up your stations.He great number was added to( be Church for the week of March 3. day in the Methodist Recreation
"me the of the Installations scheduled to close) neighborhood and .you'll be surprised Is a nephew of Mrs. Ellington received Into the church on March Bible School will meet at 10 a. m. building following the Rotary

Refining property Company In approximately' a month before how fast the "fad" will and of Mrs. W. ,'L'. Crawfordof 11.I and morning worship service: will l luncheon. The public Is Invited.

, MS been improved and Blanding.A oread. 0 r g anlzatlons may be Starke and a brother of Mrs. A school of Instruction will beheld begin at 11 a. m. The morning
d t.nd offers a complete total of 1,034 prisoners in started so that many citizens under Mary Lou Mosely of Jacksonvilleand I. Sunday evening Feb. 3. at service will be conducted by the St. Mark'sThe

the finn's gas and oil three South Carolina posts. Camp good leadership may band to-, Mrs Elizabeth GrlffU of 6:45: o'clock. Immediately following Rev. Fred Dodd of Mldlakes In
Wheeler Ga., and Melbourne will gether to help clean or stress Starke. He wae married more the snack at the Young People' the absence of the pastor, Rev. customary first Sunday

er Was discharged from be transferVed to Fort Jackson. cleanliness in Negro or poor white than four years ago to Miss Marie Hour. Those who wish, to W. G. Smedley. Communion Service will be heldIn

y ** ember 16th and was S. C., Fort Benning. Ga., and the areas. Many diseases and epi- Nobles of Alabama. These and know of the working of the Methodist Evening service will begin at St. Mark's Episcopal Church
tracery! business at St.' local camp It was announced. demics will be warded off by this 'Other relatives attended the party. Church for membership will 7:30 and Rev. Smedley will use this week March 3, at 11 a. m.
prior to his military sec I I I campaign In the fight against Harris took his basic trainingat be present. as his topic "The Kingdom of The Rev. Fred Yerkes acting
s' stated that r : grime and disease. Your local Camp Standing and was stationed Holy Communion will be administered Heaven Is Like." rector of the church, also announces -
* alignment at during a Crawford Favors health unit will be more than glad at Camp Shelby,"Miss, and at both service Sun Prayer meeting<< will meet Wed- that following a customof

r he tow that he Camp liked Tax On U. S. LandsIn to cooperate with you. Los Angeles Calif., before going day, March 3. At the morning nesday evening at 7:30 p. m. and a good many :years there will
and !'t. During the larger re- a statement to the Telegraph beautification of the locality. amend Conduct ribbon and the Pacific subject "Do Ye Remember". will meet Thursday evening at 8 the Friday nights before Lent. !

wkt: at me he party this week County Commis- planting of trees shrubs, Theatre campaign bar with one Mark's Gospel 8th Chapter and p. m. This year the congregation will
jwrk. and WM camp in charge was sioner E. I* Crawford said: flowers will greatly Improve the battle star and the World War 18th verse. The evening hour will have the privilege of hearing a

wsoni warehouse of the "I would like to call the attention looks of our community and lastbut of II Victory Medal. feature an evangelistic service and Recent BirthsJOHN sequence of connected addresses
of the voters of Bradford not least, the establishing congregational singing. The young on "The Doctrine of the Incarna-

Baker the former June County to the fact that the U. S. a decent: park. Several groups New Dodge, PlymouthOn people meet at 6:13 for a snack FREDERICK ROBB Jit. tion" or the meaning In the worldof
of gt Charles Government has become the largest have tried but failed. Believe me Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robb of Columbia the life of our Ood. These Fri
as secretary at the F.em-C. landowner in the U. S. today. it can be done; but remember. In Display TomorrowThe hour.Bible Study and Prayer Meeting S. C., announce the birth day night devotions will begin at

rt.h Realty Agency. Originally all postoffices and Jails order to do this we need the cooperation local showing of new each Wednesday evening at of a son, John Frederick Robb, 7:30: and will be conducted by the
and proper leadership first Is Invitedto 6, Mrs. Rev. George Alexander, Rector
but due to 7:30 o'clock. Everyone Jr., on Wednesday Feb
free. to
tax sedans Is
', were to be capable citizens and we Dodge and Plymouth Bible and Join in the Miss Clarice of Holy Trinity Church Gaines
that the governmentowns of fine, March 2, bring a Robb I.I the former
c the fact property today have the material so what's stopping be made this Saturday study of God's word. Gill of Starke. ville. The first will be held on
Warned so much more the J. p. Roberta Agency has an-
each Tuesday March 8.
should pay us? I Bible Story Hour
that they with a -- -
I think : nounced. In conjunction McCAULE1JUDY/ e.
afternoon at 2:30.: On Ash Wednesday. March
10 lOt 410 employ anlloea..dwsrk" taxes on everything but the post- Presbyterian national display of the 1948 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Mc- there will be A brief communion

Waethheeor eJ_ offices and Jails. Presbyterian Church in models. Roberts will exhibit a Cauley, Rte. 2. Starke announcethe I service at 10 o'clock.
'J ic "A bill has been drafted to these The announces the following Deluxe Dodge featuring all-fluid Girl Scout NewsThe birth of a son on Tuesday
the City this week the government to pay Starke Sunday March 3. drive and a Plymouth Special DeLuxe Feb. 19.CLARENCE.
I for Girl Scouts held their regular Fire At Stanley'sFire
nport+ of several taxes and when this issue comes will meet at 9:45 described by the manufacturer I
&baddeau voters Sunday School "Use latest and greatest." meeting Wednesday afternoon GENE" KING
City blalntala.recently a' before our Congress congressmen you with Mrs. Jeanette Young as' Sup- Roberta as Is at the same time at 3 o'clock In the Church :Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd King of In the kitchen at Stanley'
list worship -
write your morning
should The southeast of town Road
made Ranch on
erintendent. Plans were
recently-completed Service Starke announce the birth of a
pl1UDben aa4 this bill in every way. will be at 11 a. m. opening the 28 of last week caused
Girl Tuesday
faa, .. to support service for special: program during Clarence ,
lIurke! est addition to'the agency, a son, Gene on Sunday
and thIa buys prop"arty J. L. W $10,000
When the government Rev. Wednesday this popular eating place to remain
pastor Next
tom will be It.automatically and the Four which furnishes 5000 square feet Scout Week. Feb. 24.GODWIN.
famished "The
in Bradford County his subject: meeting closed for three days reopening
fOlIe whO and will use aa for show rooms and there will be a special
JOq ke appUee for It. becomes tax free Anchors: of floor space and short program after which BABYMr. last Friday. a. B. .Stan
In levied facilities.
Wp a nue doubt M to causes more taxes to be The choir, under the directionof shop 1946 Dodge-Plymouth refreshments will be served. All and Mrs. N. D. Godwin of Icy owner, says that the blaze
k hos a license among the Individual landowners Mrs. E. E. Lansing and with The from 8 girls are urged to attend.-Idell Maxvllle announce the birth of a resulted from an oil stove and
; with' will be on display
ebe. the city," In the county.." Mrs. E. M. Davis at the organ, a.models m. to 7:30 p. m. [Larulrum VivIAn McRae.: .Scribes. staJJ&buePII(.M+#thAilTteb.j5.. (. !l44 age.Wps,..Uma\:8fi\: .saAOO: .
Crawford. miulc. I
E. L. will furnish special i I

County Commissioner.! .,Dlst. 2.


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MARCH 1, .

. . a .. . e . . . our class has lost a precious pupil

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH and friend, that in Heaven another
Clay HillBy Heilbronn TheressaBy Jewel has been added. FOR

EMtabtlBhed 1877 L.ura Burgen By The' N<-h.y.l Irene Cochrane "A precious one from our class >1 1OR
. . has a sweet smile and APARTMlAfni. H
. . . .' gone a
._________ Editor and Owner
K. L. Matthews . . . tender voice we love is still.
WHEREIN I REJOICE FOR MY Cpl. Charlie Edwards received BTU PARTY But there is a vacant place in -
rabIIIIlMId Weekly on Friday and Entered .* Second Class Matterat BROTHER IS COMING TO SEE his discharge from the army at The Theressa BTU entertainedthe our class which never can be HEAT
the Post Owe at Starka. Florida. MB, 100 VISITING AND TUB Camp Blanding Saturday Feb. 23 members of the Hampton BTU filled." AND HOT

NEIGHBOR'S MULE DIES. after spending 18 months in with a social Friday night at the May the Guardian Angels hover .WATER
Europe. He is at home now with home of Mr. and :Mrs.! C. Sullivan. -
It Seems That. "Stifle my dreams; I want to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Games and contests were enjoyedand near the bereaved family Day or Weekly pateCARL ;
feel hush of and to
the evening Edwards.Mr. refreshments of sandwiches, Signed-The Junior Boys Class -
watch a lone bird fly into the and Mrs Harvey Edwards cake and drinks were served. of the Baptist Sunday School and JOHNS
last week that the City of sunset to know the
The announcement ; Just again
had nice time. City Hall
and children of Jacksonville spent Everyone a teacher, ,Mrs. W. L. Andrews.
electric rates effective May 1st in hills and meadows of my former
Starke will lower Saturday night and Sunday with
days; to hear the patter of the CHURCH SERVICES
order to. encourage greater household consumption of their parents, Mr.'and Mrs. H. L. I
summer rain; to wander Idly There will be worship servicesat
Edwards and and Mrs. J. N.
electricity is another and highly important step forward where a brooklet strays." I Mr. the Hope Baptist Church Sun '

in making Starke a more desirable place in whichto --Raples.I Norman. for day morning tt 11 a. m. and Sun- SEE FLY & BUYthe
Pvt Ralph Crews left Camp
The mocking birds must be I day evening at 8 p.' m. Everyone ,
will lose little
live. It is predicted that the city or for Plckett: Va., Sunday after a 15 Is welcome.
nesting they sing so very
nothing in revenue because many homeowners will undoubtedly beautifully. A hushed wind sighs day leave with his parents, Mr. Prayer meeting Is held Wednes-I:

install electric stoves, water heaters, and around the house like a lullaby. and :Mrs. G. A. Crews day night and Christian Endeavor -'
My heart goes out tonight to all Mrs. R. H. Crews and son Capt. and Church on Sunday night i
Starke's rate is in the -
other equipment now that economical
: Roy L. Crews, of Live Oak
at the Christian Church..
who have been reading Clay Hill All are I PiperCubFLIGHT
class. Indeed there might even be a net gain ed Mr. and Mrs.\ R. L. Morganand Invited. '
for the past two years and I wantto
in a very short time, for the attractive new rate will family Tuesday of last week. I
; go on being a. part of your
be another selling point to help bring new citizens into Ife. This weekend for me has Capt. Crews has just returned Mrs. W. D. Garrett of Daytona _.. ...
our community. from Germany.Mr. la spending some time with her
been so marvelous. I was In
and Mrs. R. L. and mother, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and
, One city official estimated this week that under Starke again and the friendly way
. the new scale an average family of three or four shouldbe I In which one is treated gives onea children Roy. Joyce and Judy family. '
feeling of elation. I always and -Miss Doris Wilkerson visited Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan andChildren Ralph Cheshire
able to enjoy the benefits of a completely equipped relatives In Hamilton County last
of Alachua
home, including electric refrigerator, stove, and water want to hold my head( a little weekend. spent
higher. I walk along proudly and day with Mrs. S. R. Tue8-1 .. ....
.I heater for $14 to $lG per month. happily. People have been kind, Mrs. G. C. Crews of Stuart family.Mr. ,..

Thus, the citizens of Starke are looking forward which brings unbidden tears to spent part of last week with Mrs. 'and Mrs. Jimmie Swindell

j fo May with eager anticipation. It is quite safe to predict my eyes, a lump In my throat Dora Clark. were Sunday guests of Miss Mildred
: influx of electrical into homes here Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Roberts Conway-Libby U-Fly-It Service
. an equipment and love swells in my heart. Not Frith in Lake Geneva.
just as soon as strikes in the North let production get only in one business place, but visited In Macclenny with Mrs. Miss Inez Neel of Crystal Lake
under way and dealers have something to show besidesa everywhere, I meet gracious, lovely Roberta' mother, Mrs. Jones, re has returned home after spendinga CONWAY AIRPARK

lonely demonstrator. ladles. Now I have been. Invited cently.Mack Burnett of Jacksonvillewas month with her grandfather in
to spend all of May and un- De
Funlak Springs.
visiting John Brady Clark 4 Blocks West of Union Bus Station
til I go to the University In Walter Swindell was visiting his
June at Starke with a lovely fam- Sunday.Mr. Mrs. S. R. Swindell and
If anyone had the time and interest to stand at the ly. I Just know I am going to and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and family mother last weekend. Phone 32 or 147 Ring 2

interesection of Call and Walnut Streets and count the be the happiest person in the family were visiting in Valdosta, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and Bobby

number of tourist cars that miss the proper turns on world-a part of this community.I Ga., recently. Hall were shopping in Keystone
Road 13, he would soon become convinced that some wish that I could shout to the Floyd and Jackie Bryant of Saturday evening. '
have transferred to ,
better system of marking directions at this corner is whole world what a lift one gets Baldwin the remainder of this our Elmo McGee was in Macon, Ga.,
school for
badly needed. when I go to this little' city. I on business last week: I

One close observer reports that within the space of have llvfld: In many states but I term.Jackie Is In the 5th grade and Friends of Mrs. Clyde Hersey
hand the gold medal to the peopleof
15 20 minutes afternoon last week less than We regret her Illness. She is a patientat
'or one no Starke. I say this in all sin- Floyd is in the 7th grade. St. Luke's In Jack CONWAY'SService
11 tourist cars missed the turn of Road 13 at the traf- cerity. God must be in every are very glad to have them. sonville. Hospital
fic light, went too far east on Call St. and had to makea home or there would not be so :Miss Arlie GaUegar and her sister -

U turn and come back to inquire the way. The same much charity.My who are the Bible Story IN MEMORIAM

thing happens many times a day with cars going north.It brother, who has been at his ladles came to our school Tues-of Whereas the Lord In his most PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
told the
seems that almost half of them fail to turn left at winter home in Miami since day and us story for efficient, tender love and mercy
Those getting prizes
the traffic light, proceed up Walnut St., and have to Christmas, Is coming by to stay Joseph.memorizing Bible verses were: saw best to call from our Sunday Oil Changing
stop and ask how to get back on Road 13. over night with me at my board Storybook Julia Dee Scott Ruby School class, one of our precious ,

It has yet to be determined whether the proper Ing place. You can know how Crews and Edward O'Neil; Testaments boys, Edwin Perkins on Feb. 22; Greasing

marking of this intersection is the responsibility of the happy I am. Marion Norman, Margaret I we realize and know that when Waxing

city, the State Road Department, or the Chamber of Mr. Strickland's big mule died. Rhoden Agnes Rhoden, Mlrium
Commerce.! But it is a matter that should be attended He did not know the cause. I Crawford, Lillian Thomas Naomi 0 Washing

to-and soon. am sorry. I Starling; Wall motto, Ruby Polishing
Mrs. T. A. Brinson still remains Crews and ,Edward O'NeU.
In bed. She is a little queen on '0 Tire Repairs
her throne. Smiling, directing the
The grapevine information that Camp Blanding is work even in great pain. My hat ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
to be maintained on a "standby" basis with sufficient Is off to her. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

equipment held intact for the needs of a possible complement ]There are eight more weeks of

of 52,000 men gives some indication that Army school.: The commencement n AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR

officials still have hopes of Congress coming to its r bid good-bye to Clay Hill at \ r OIL, & GREASE,
senses and passing a universal military training bill. least tor a time. I have been
We are merely assuming that this is the reason the I happy here-but I say hello to '

equipment is being left at Blanding-there has been no I I Starke and then to DeLand. Goodnlt Quaker State
official announcement to this effect. : ; God bless,you .all.-Lura. FireInsurance ,
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The trend of opinion'now seems to be that Congress -: IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I Oil

will belatedly pass training legislation after, the' COUNTY. PLOItlUAl IN CHANCKRY. Sealed Containers

elections next fall. It is regrettable that politics has to Pauline John M.Elisabeth Blank, Sril Wllklnnon, Plaintiff Blank"..,

enter into a matter of this kind, where!,! the very life of DefeniUnt. Can N... 4429.>> RIDE

the nation itself is at stake, but we must accept the fact ORDER- NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR fitted toyournUtCharley J FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE

that members of Congress are politicians first, last, HTATH OF FLORIDA to: Pauline. BATTERIESLINES
Elisabeth Wllklnmm Blank, whoarraidence
and always and nothing-absolutely nothing-must be and address l.! 20 Bents E. Johns
allowed to come between them and a vote. Drive Sheffield, Yorkshire England Inc.
You are required to appear on
Frank R. Kent in his column the "Great Game of March 26, 1946 In the above named AgencyPhone BUSSESFor
Politics" writes: riff Court seeks and divorce cause bradtord wherein County plain. PHARMACIST IS STARKX:, FLA. Safety %
Telegraph shall thin Order.
"It is very unfortunate that the really vital ques In next four weekly publish Issues. Comfort & Economy '
tions of universal military service and the extension I Witness my hand and official seal 1 .
Phone 64 STARKE
at Starke Florida, this February Phone 147
.. .
ef the draft should in election 80, la/5. .
come up' an year. That Take Care Of It
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, On-the-Minit Service
Representing THE
makes it TRAVELERS.Hartford
impossible for them to be considered on their At Clerk of said Court.
merits and messes the whole thing up with polities' T. Frank Landrum, Htarke, Florida
Ally for Plf. 2-S2 4t ..1 9
"All members of the House and one-third of the __ .

, Senate come up for renomination and election this fall NOTICE TO CREDITORS

and the timid among them are extremely anxious to All persons against having the .estate claims of or John demands This is

avoid any vote in Congress that could possibly alienate M.notified Seymour and required deceased,to are file hereby their grand Have a Coca-Cola

voters in their respective districts and states. It is claims In the office of the County
true that the Gallup poll shows Judge of Bradford County Florida
a majority in favor of In the Courthouse at Starke, Flor
universal training. It is true too that besides the ida, within eight. calendar months
chiefs of from. the date of the first publication L 1 f//// :i
I staff and the Secretaries of War and Navy of this notice or the name will I
the President has endorsed it. But the President does became February void 8, 194U.according. to law This : ,

not run this year and members of Congress do. John L. Seymour, .

"Were it not for this condition there would be no John Admlnlntrator M. Seymour of the deceased.estate of *

question of either the draft being extended! _or the ,1-16 4t8 !

universal training program being put through. For the IN CIRCUIT COURT BR4UFOKU ;
('0(:!Ii"''. PLOItlDAl IV: CILIN.CERY. f/f/
arguments-particularly I for the training--are very .

strong, indeed. It is agreed that a universal training Qtorsre v.. Lola. F.M.Khlnehart Rhlnehart., Jr.Defendant.: Plaintiff //
program is the least we can do if we are not to sink Case No. 4401.

back into a state of precarious unpreparedness in which, AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO AI'PEAR

unable to sustain our position abroad, we will become STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lola M. I
Rhlnehart 828 Third Street New '
again the soft, fat boy whom It would take a couple Cumberland Pa. S -

, of.years to get into shape to defend himself and whose March You I.are. 1946 required, In the to above appear named on
. words will carry no weight because he hasn't anything Court and causa, wherein plaintiff
with which to back them up." seeks port at divorce minor and child.custody: and Bradford sup .

In order to arouse the public in this matter so Order County'In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish...u.this.. .

that they in turn will arouse Congress, Mr Kent be at Witness Stark.,my Florida hand and thle official seal + r : :
lieves it is to do '
necessary two things: II* 1V49* :

"First, it is essential to drive home to the public As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said Court.A. j. inomae, 4

the urgent necessity for the training program and the T.Atty.Frank for Plf.'..ndrum, Starke 2.15t Fla I.S, NI

appalling situation in which the country will be if it i il is
"Second, it is essential to make it crystal clear to

the public that military training is not conscription;
'that these boys will be trained by the Army but will

not be in the Army and cannot be put in the Army I )
'except by act of Congress."

In order to convince ostrich-like Congressmen that

,i the Nation wants this program, Mr. Kent believes that

the favorable but unorganized and rather inarticulate /: nothing like refreshment friends
majority must be stimulated so as to overcome the among
voluble and highly organized
With the
weight of the Administration, the Army and the Navy r. t There's nothing nicer thin intimate momenta between friend...moments: when you

already behind universal training, it can be put through feel real close and share
Congress if the people who are for it will rise up and thoughts and feelings. Those are friendly times. To just such P /

demand it, Mr. Kent advises. PROMPT SERVICEDAHMER'S times Coca-Cola belongs.There's the spirit of friendliness in its life and sparkle.There'sfun

The hearings on this matter were resumed in Conxreaa '
this week, so if you have not yet written to Wash in its delidous refreshment. The words Have a, Coke always bring,the friendly

DOW.ington It expressing will be a hard yourself Job on to this make vital Congressmen issue, do so pauae.That why Coca-Cola belongs in your family refrigerator.Enjoy it now and often.tomio .
off the fence even when their own lives and the 'CocrCola"and; tu sbbrevUtios

of everyone of us are at stake. It will be difficult to 110 EAST CALL ST. UNDit AUTHomr or tm COCA-COIA COMPANY IY 'sre the registered tradr<
mate them see further than the next election-but I narks which firtT1'the tt
I it
CAN be done! PHONE 64 STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. lurt of The Coc CoU Comp arH'TWO' -

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. . ., t ard nounce Harold the .birth on Saturday of a aon.Feb.Rich-23 Jalopy Overturns of the finest beef. animals to befound Demand for FarmsIn Church Of Christ with preaching and commmtloa I
anywhere.Charles service at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. TIM
River In the Lake City Hospital.Mr. Near Starke AirportSteve Bradford
and Maurice carried County An invitation Is extended to
"Fan' K.ft '
Mrs. will be
eW and J. W. Upchurchand their steers to Ocala morning topic
family were visiting relativesin St. John son of V. S. Tuesday Reaching New High everyone by the minister, W. Her- tOut
TIle School when all steers were received, by The Way" and Ole e.e-
BY Jacksonville Saturday. St. John owner of the Eastern ron, to worship at the Church of
and classified
. S weighed and stayed Sustained Interest 1 n county will be "Question
. SunIIlcrn1ntr Quite a few from this com- Auto Supply store suffered pul- with them throughout the show. Christ In Starke next Lord's Day. ing subject
services were held munity attended the Bradford led ligaments and bruises Sunday farming is seen In the quantityand Bible Study Is held at 10 a. m. That are Answered In Harem"FARMER'S r; 1
at the The 26th Fat Stock Show was
and evening County singing convention in afternoon when the car he was nature of the mail that Is be- .. ,
and better than this -
Church. bigger -
ever "
>rldge Christian Fred Dodd Brooker Sunday afternoon. driving the overturned on State 13.nea.r year with 2T1 steers being shown. ing received by F. C. Hollings- ". -, 'I 9 __ c \ ,
ted i bY the Rev. Mrs. Ethel Johnson< spent last Starke AirportThe Tuesday was entry day. Wednesday worth, local realty agent. Mr.
gekeL Moreland and week in Lake Butler with her son- vehicle, a 192S Model T. was judging. Official Holllngaworth stated that on
and Mrs Joe in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ford, was accidentally maneuvered
of JackllOD- judging required most of the day, week his incom SUPPLY
;tt.er. Jo Ann and Mrs. Delbert Green. Mr. and Mrs. off the highway and went out of as it was difficult to place 110 Wednesday a ago
viSIting Mr. control when It struck the ing mail reached a peak of several
were other relatives Green are announcing the birth of rough' many animals In so many classes
..AndreWS and a son. I shoulder. It had no top, and the: and grades. hundred inquiries from all partsof
rdJY afternoon. and Kenneth Turner returned to! occupant was thrown clear. the country requesting Information CONNER 10TH & CHERRY STREETS

i.and< Mrs. Chester Moody vlslt- Washington, last week-end after St. John's injuries affected his Price AnnouncesFor as to types and locationof
D of Lake Butler were andy spending a while with his parents, left leg, but were described as of farms available for sale. "The
r.and M'rs. M. H. Moody Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner and minor character with full recovery Re-Election demand far exceeds the listings,"
Ballard & Ballard FeedsPRINT
sunday. of Fonnle .with his wife and son. expected in two weeks. From This District 'he said.
lel1iS and relatives Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrewsand Mr. Holllngswcrth laid that he
rS will be glad to know that family were visiting Mr. and Two Local Youths averaged two sales a week for the SACK j
home. Congressman Emory H. Priceof
while at
a I .
Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins in Clayno months.
spending past eight -- -- -- --
about two years the Second Florida District a
h8I spent most of this time Sunday. Showing Steers member of the Important HOUBeNava.l County land values, he asserted, I Sow & Pig Ration - 4.10. per bag
and Mr. and Mrs. Johnle Andrewsand
as have been about the same for the
At Fat Stock ShowTwo Affairs Committee has an- I
IJ1 the and olonne Jon- children of Lake Butler were nounced his candidacy for re- past four years; they are believedto
and ed Dodd, were dinnerSof visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns Bradford c o u nty boys election subject to the May Dem- be around 60 percent higher Scratch Feed 4.25 'bag
- -
Mrs. E. A. SappY Sunday. showed three fat steers at the ocratic primaries. Bradford Is than during the depression and per J
Mr. Mrs. Cleo Andrews and Mrs. Southeastern Fat Stock show in one of the 16 counties In the dis about 25 percent higher than In
a business Eloise Cowen attended the Brad- Ocala this week. trict. the period Immediately followingthe .
(E. Andrews made ford County Teachers meeting in' first world war. Mash 4.75: bag I
High Springy Saturday. Charles Lawson showed a Black I In making his announcement, Starting - per
to Starke Friday.Mra.
, Mrs Harold Shiver an- Angus and a Hereford which he Congressman Price said that lie A great many of the queries
and Tom Hodge and children --- -
fed out as a 4-H club project has supported every measure that received by the agency have been t
RELIEF FROMfiScHgS attended church in Brooker Sun- under supervision of L. T. Dyer. has had as Its purpose aid to the from men of 43 or more years of Broiler Mash - 4.75 per bag
ICK day night. county agent; and Maurice Edwards war effort and the reconversion age! seeking data on various typesof \ :
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner
showed a Hereford which program. "It Is upon this record crops on tracts of from one to --"- -
and eon, Buddie went to Orange
he fed out as an FFA project that I ask re-election" he stated.< SOO acres. l !
Thursday and returned Insured i Feed 3.80 bag
Springs 20
under supervision of V. R. Ferger- "It will show that I have voted p. c. Dairy per
TO Friday night. son.' Voca t Ion a 1 Agriculture my convictions without being dorse my efforts and will continueto
Mrs. C. C. Butler and daughter, -
BookTeUsofHomeTrestmenttllllt teacher. dominated by the vicious pressure support me. It will be necessary I !
t Help or It Will Cost You Nothing Blanche children'of, and Mrs. Parnell Tyson The boys selected these steers groups that are trying to run our for me to spend much of the JUST RECEIVED I
tynmlllinn bottloa of Bold the WILLARD forrellefot and Starke attended from a carload of beef steers received country."I time during the campaign In f I
\r IF.or have..b en from......." church Sunday.Mr. and because of the Bolts
""mo"rdl.,", arktng AclllIIIICltlo" and Mrs. Harvey Williamsand last September by H. A. I have served you honestly Washington pressure Complete Line Carriage
1hI.,1 Ulan due to t at.ma.l. Lawson. They have given the fearlessly and I believe my experience of business and your activity i iDon't
Sour or Up daughter, Betty Jean and Mr.
'......HefA'um.SI..pl..._'trial'-.. and Mrs. Pearce Crews' of the steers especially good care and will be of benefit to you I In my behalf will be greatlyappreciated.
ar.NitlnriI! HoW M..l on...l" which fuHfdi State Farm were visiting Mr. and feed until now they have some in the future. I am mire you en- .

tlii>tratmont-lr.r-ae Mrs. Carl Nettles Friday nightMrs.
KOCH DRUG STORE Wesley Andrews of Starke :

was Friday.'visiting Mrs.' Roan Turner Blame Your DealerI}

I Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Nettles and
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Nettles of Lake I
City were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Nettles and son, Sunday.
Wilbur Turner attended the "
basketball tournament in Trenton :

Friday.M. if You Can't Get
E.of Griner the and State John Farm L. were Williams ; ; \

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles

/ I and son Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Buford McKinneyand .
son of Lake City were visiting\
EXPERTORKMANSHIP Mr. and: Mrs. Lester McCulloughand '

Mrs.fam D.lly'J.Sunday.Nettles was visitingMr. G-E Appliances and RadiosIt's :

and Mrs., Johnie Brown of / ,
Mfclway> over the weekend.M.
R. Nettles of Trilby Is visit-
Ing Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles f
and son Elbert. j,

RAs Given Treat .' not the dealer's fault. We don't think it's our fault .

: ..Y
At Conway AirparkLacy .. <. MV .1' .

WATCH "ro OUR, Conway, of the Conway Maybe it's nobody's fault. But here's what happened :
CARE Libby U-Fly-It Service, took about 4
30 members of the Royal Am. ,t ,
basadors of the Baptist Church I' I
for a' plane ride at Conway Airpark

IreSTAG week.Following Sunday the afternoon rides Mr.of last and Here's how fast G. E. and its affiliated companies were making and shipping things for you: s sOCT.

Mrs. Conway served cold drinks
Carter Bldg., Starke and sandwiches to the boys and NOV. DEC. On hand Des 31,1945
their leader, Mrs. Clyde Priest. .

...' .

EA Tat JOE'S f R11LIL IRONS 60,440 67,564 85,968 2k days' production '

3 Miles North of Starke on Road 13

: CLOCKS 181,998 177,681 256,038. 2ts days' production

Fried Chicken and Sea Food

Our Specialty REFRIGERATORS 12,755 17,577 28,432 4 days' production'I, ''I I

WASHERS 3,068 4,672 6,874 415 day,1 production !

B>RANSFER RANGES 3,056 8,973 8,996 3 days'productlon

COMPANYLOCAL RADIOS I 85 5,129 9,401 1 days' production I

2698 ,(.No,r.'ap w:tpa rr.H a

& LONG DISTANCE HAULING TOASTERS. 312 2,386 ;=_/=-w;:;."

PHONE ''179 98%. ..... "
T- 138 appliances manufactured In 1944 and 1945, General S.c.ic hIpped
0' he 2,485
Out ,

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for Safety Comfort and Economy I
the war ended, we weren't able 98 per: cent of those we'd built since even faster job then we did in the .,

FoR COURTEOUS. AFTER of some reconversion began were out of our months before the strike.
jto get back into production
CORRECT appliances as soon as we had'hoped, factories. Most of them were in the But we can't pick up production quite

[ INFORMATION iI' and production rates weren't as high hands of users. where we left off. Production line

had hoped. A number of unforeseen Then,on January 15,1946,our plants are too complicated for that. A great

Please Phone 147 as we things like material shortages made were closed by the strike. Not a single many' things have been dislocated by

Ride Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. BuasesUNION the job harder. electric home appliance has been builtor the strike. i 1

BUS STATION But there were only 120 days between assembled there since. And becauseour When the strike is over and the

tltl1 FIaI| and December 31,1945, warehouses are practically empty and radios
_ pie Ave. lACY CONWAY. Agent Starice, V-J Day refrigerators and toasters
1 ... l T -1 1tet and in those 120 days we partly reconverted your dealer won't be able to obtain you've been waiting for begin to come

factories from war to peacetime any more until we can get back to we'll them into
our off the lines again, get
l.J 5thd 1CU >tJ/tIpltJ goods and got production started. making them. hands of our dealers just as fast as we
turned out 2,313,791 We want to get back to producingas
the in
we price.
During year The manufacturing can. Tiieyll be competitive
of this Clean, Family Newspaper electrical appliances. fast as possible. the machinesare They'll be General Electric quality.So .
is set
MONITOR We shipped these appliances out organization up; don't be impatient with
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE made-so fastthat ready,waiting to be set in motion. please
fast as
ree from crime and wnutloal news ... Fre from polItical practically as than These factors will help us to do an your dealer: -:-or with us.
die Pre5 from" PcUI later**"control ... Free co cell you at the end of the year more
world eftD Its owa_Id-wlde staff 01* "*-
lIIoadeoa brio. you _.....spot_new tad its caeamnf to you .. '
iii)c1i':: kbml y'Huh blue idled with uaique self-help led1UeI ".' ,

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son and ''Mrs. :r, B. Cottrell
SOCIETY and CLUBS Ladies Auxiliary Birthday Party For WSCS NoticeCircles Circle Number Two. Mrs. A. Z. ;

. Met Tuesday Night Jeanette DouglasMrs. of the Woman's Societyof Adklna,chairman, will'meet at the

Christian Service will meet Methodist parsonage, with Mrs. !

) Miss Alma Murrhee Becomes Bride Presbyterian The Ladies Church Auxiliary met at of the the her.home Iola. Friday Douglas night entertainedat in hon- Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock, W. J. Churchwell as hostess.

F. on Walnut or of the 12th birthday anniver- March 4. Circle Number One,
home of Mrs. F. Stump
Of T. C. Booth in Gainesville ChurchIn Miss Carol White spent the
I Street Tuesday night Bowls sary of her daughter, Jeanette. Mrs. A. W. Anderson chairman,
week-end in Osprey visiting her
a ceremony marked with simplicity a cap of lace. She carried a 'and vases of narcissi and azaleas Many Interesting games were will meet In the Church Schoolrooms I former college mate Miss, Viola
and dignity, Miss Shellie bouquet of pink roses fastened were used In decorating the room played outside on the lawn, after ; hostesses: Mrs. Titus 01- Lewis.
Alma Murrhee, daughter of Mr. with ribbons edged In sweetpeas. where the meeting was held. which, refreshments of cake, candy -.
and Mrs. Arthur F. Murrhee of Mrs. Fullwood wore a pastel There were 17 members and and cokes were served. -- -
Starke, and Tildon Counts Booth, blue gown with a net skirt over visitors present. The honoree received many love-
son of W. M. Booth and the late crepe, fashioned on princess lines Miss Lucille Mitchell gave the ly and useful gifts.
Mrs. Booth of Jacksonville, were with three-quarter length sleeves devotional and program, using as Those present to enjoy the
united in marriage Wednesday and carried a bouquet of pink car- her topic, "Of One Brotherhood evening with Jeanette were Misses LAST } 0

evening, February 20, a t eight nations. All Nations. Mrs. J. L. West Lucille Poeey, June and Ethel n
o'clock in the First Church. of the The bride is a graduate of led In the opening prayer. Mrs.C. Lowe, Doris Stewart, Lorraine and
Bradford High School In the class _
Nazarene 'Gainesville. C. Wynn presented a Stewardship Irene Lee, Christine and Kathryn un
The Rev. Dr.' W. M Harrlng- of 1939, and later 'attended Tre- Program and she was assisted Gainey, Geraldine Brown, Hazel "
ton, past>* of the church, offici- vecca College In Nashville, Tenn. by Mrs. J. L. West, Mrs Jeanette Griffis, Marie,Jo Anne, Mary Ellen
ated at fcbe.ceremony which was She also attended the Samaritan Young. Mrs. C. F. Ward, and Beverly Anne Greene, Frances, Going Of
family -I Hospital in Nampa, Idaho as a
members of the
attended/ Mrs. W. A. Bonham, Mrs. E. M. Margaret Anne, Clare and Jean .
and for the
student nurse past
and friends. Davis and Miss Elsie Duncan. Sarah
Douglas, Bettye Dyal
An altar'was formed few months has been employed
of native greenery with white with the American Red Cross at Mrs. Young conducted the Bible Dekle and Linda Smith and Tom-
Quiz and plans were made for a my Greene, Nicky Grlffls. James
and other early spring Camp Blanding.Mr. :
flowers gladioli against a background of Booth recently returned Silver I Tea to be held next Tuesday and Wayne Douglas, Sammy Dyal S A
afternoon from 4 to 6 in the and Shi Smith. Also presentwere
fern and palm leaves. Tall floor from three years of service in the
Mr. Mrs. Lee Greene,
Church Service Center. Mrs. Char- and
baskets containing flowers were Pacific Theatre and plans to enter
jonneau, who with her husbandand Joe Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Law-
placed about the- church. Graduated the University of Florida next
candelabra with seven burnIng fall. Capt. R. P. Vachon of Worcester home, Mrs Rosa Finholster, Mrs.
lit Held Mass, of Mr Annie Goodman, Mr. and Mrs.
tapers were placed on each Reception are guests
aide of the altar and shed a soft A reception was held Immedi- I and Mrs. John Uglow and Mra. Cecil Douglas, Mrs. Willis Dyal
glow over the lovely setting. ately following the ceremony In C. F. Ward, will give several and Mrs. Lucille Greene. Balance of Stock of Main Military

Prior to the ceremony, a pro- the recreation building of the musical selections. She is a con-
gram of appropriate nuptial music I. church. Welcoming the guests at cert soloist. Recognition Service West Call Street Starke
was played by the church pianist the door were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Following the business meeting, For Baptist GAsA ,
and Mrs. Smith, soloist sang "I Thomas and the receiving line Mrs. Stump, assisted by Mrs.
Love You Truly" and "Because." was composed of the bride and Davis and Miss Mitchell, served beautiful and impressive Rec- BE SOLD BEFORE MARCH 15
and their attendants.The ,
The traditional wedding marches bridegroom delicious open-faced sandwicheswith ognition Service was held Wed-
were used. building was beautifully cake and coffee to her nesday night Of last week in the of
The bride, 'who was given in decorated with baskets and bowlsof guests. Baptist church for members of the or .
marriage by her uncle, A. J. early spring flowers. The Girl's Auxiliary.Miss .
Thomas of Starke, had as her bride's table was covered with a
atron-of-honor, Mrs. Martha lace cloth and centered with the Godwin-Dunbar Jeanette Priest, past Queen
Fullwood of Gainesville three-tiered wedding cake which Regent, introduced each group of Wear
surrounded with low floral Tha following announcementwas girls as they entered the church Hosiery Luggage
The charming brunette bride was a
In the mail last week and I ,
arrangement.After Mrs. T. F. Landrum presentedtheir
chose for her wedding a gown
was received with interest by. the
of white crepe and net fashionedon spending some time with awards and pinned i arm
princess lines. It featured a their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Booth many friends of the couple: I bands on the Maidens, Martha elry Novelties Greeting C
sweetheart neckline and three- left for a wedding trip through Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Dunbar Landrum, Betty Ann Powell and ,
South Florida and their announce the marriage! of ,theiraughter I ITheda. Ruth Patton the Ladles-
quarter length sleeves. Her floor upon return / ;
length veil was fastened to her will make ,their home in Rose Lee, to William In-waiting, Mary Ella Turner SOLD AT A
head with sprays of blossoms on Gainesville. riavloua Godwin, Warrant Officer, and Joan Milligan; and the
... United States Marine Corps, on Princesses, Shirley Shaw, Geraldine ,
Monday the twenty-eighth of January OF THE REGULAR
Shaw, Joan Tenly and Sylvia
BHS Speech Class Baptist WMS Circles in Folkston, Ga. Alvarez. The Young People's

Presents Program To Meet Next WeekThe Director Mrs. Ralph Alvarez,
UDC To MeetThe crowned the following Queens; ,
At PTA MeetingThe following announcementsare Minnie Lou Hazen, Helen Haines, Your Chance to Buy
made concerning the meetingsof W. T. Weeks Chapter UDC Edna Coleman and Dottie Sue
February meeting of the the Baptist Circles next week. will meet Wednesday afternoon, Biggs.
Parent-Teachers Association was Circle One with Mrs L. G.; March 6, at four o'clock, at the Miss Madge Brownlee, Queen at Great SavingMAIN

held in the Home Economics room Powell as leader,'will meet at the home of Mrs. George B. Flynn, with Scepter,"gave the main ad-
of School Alderman on Jefferson St. Hostesses: Mrs. dress of the "The Five
the High Wednesday home of Mrs Q. W. evening on
afternoon.Mrs. Tuesday, March 8 at 3 p. m. Flynn and Mrs. L. G. Powell. Ideals, of The Girl's Auxiliary."

Circle Two with Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Alvarez made a brief expression
T. P. Fennessy, high school MILITARY
dramatics teacher, presented a Alexander as leader, will meet at Silver Tea of appreciation at the
by members of her the home of Mrs. Wesley Andrews end of the program for the
program March 5 at 3 The Ladies Auxiliary of the assistance given her in preparingthe :
Speech Class. They demonstrated Tuesday p. m. Presbyterian Church will give a service. 144 W. CALL ST.
the work done In the class as Circle Three will meet !at the Silver Tea from 4 to 6 o'clock Just.,;Westiof Bradford' County;' Town"I
realize home of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, iu
parents did not ex-
many Tuesday afternoon, March 5. In I ,
actly what type of work was in- Tuesday. March B at 3 p. m. ( the Church Service Center. Guest Winsome"Class

cluded in a Speech Class. Taking :, Circle Four will meet'I at the I artist will be Mrs. Edward Char- Plans I Bajjfouet :
part on this program were Mar- home of Mrs W, B. Mundy, Jr., bonneau contralto, of Worcester, JI";') ;I :
garet Alvarez, Mary Ann Cole- on Monday night; March 4'at 7:30p. : .Mass. The Winsome Class of the Bap- f0i3
man, Evelyn Colson Ethel Dur- m., This is, the Business\ tist Church met with Mrs.... Paul d "
j ling Doris Edmondson, Martell Women's'Circle., Jr. Woman's ClubThe Canova last Friday' night. Azaleas YOV Rat
Edmondson, Madeline Green, Betty The Kingsley Lake Circle will and narcissi were used in dec- ...
Jean Hiatt. Kathleen ,Judd, Eva meet Tuesday March 5 at 3 p. m., Junior Woman's Club will orating the room where games 1911 CANNON'S NEW
Jean Reddish, Helen Rowland with Mrs. Blllee Ross as hostess hold Its regular meeting Wednes- and contests were played.
Seleta Sparks, Ann Wilt, and John at the home of her mother Mrs.J. day March 6, at 7:30( p. m. in the The group decided to> have the IN THE WINKLER BLDG. 220, N.
Anderson.The M. Davis. club building. class banquet in April. After a

president, Mrs. L. H Jennings Hostesses for this meeting will brief business'session Mrs. Can- March
; presided over the business Miscellaneous Shower be> Miss Frances Peek. Mrs. Robt. ova, assisted by' Mrs. Orle Wig- Saturday, a-,
session and a report was heard For E. Green, Jr., and Mrs. Freeman gins, served a delicious salad
from members of the "Free school McKinney FamilyA Register, Jr. course to her guests.Always .

lunch" committee. The group group of Starke ladies gavea I Maxwell House Coffee lb. -
Bald that local organizations have miscellaneous shower at the
been very generous and cooperative First Christian Church Tuesday,
about this matter and the Feb. 19 for Mr. and Mrs. John r

process of distributing lunches McKinney of Graham, whose home Potatoes U. S. No. 1 10 Ibs. -
and milk to needy children will and complete furnishings were .
begin as soon as possible destroyed by fire ,recently.The r--
A ,card of appreciation for a church was decorated for interesting to see what around Laxe Wales. He has the
gift presented to Miss Madge the event with a variety of roses, the mall bag Is going to bring same bed I had when I first came
Middleton during her recent stay and games and contests were play- forth, and this week 'tie a most here, so it may be the bed that Prince Albert Tobacco pkg. "' :
la the, hospital was read to the ed by those present, who 'represented enlightening letter'from our old brings all the bad luck. Anyway, ,
group. Mrs. Jennings and Mrs.R. every denomination In the friend Bill Nichols who is now I was with him when the barber
A, Green are attending a'cgnven-: city., Refreshments were served ,undergoing treatment. a gov- came In, after all the fuss was
tion today (Friday) In Jacksonville during the afternoon and the fam- ernment hospital in San Diego stirred up, and tried to get him Tomato Juice No. 2 Can
of the Parent-Teachers Associations ily received many useful articles I. Bill, as you doubtless re- to take the $7.50 and forget the -;
: of the State, for their home member Is the lad who was whole thing. Please show this to "
recommended for a high military Mr. Sparks, for me." '
For Your Insurance Needs See award for Jumping from the movIng Sincerely, U. S. No. 1 10 Ibs. "SPECIAL"
troop train that was taking W. P. Nichols.
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. him west and saving the life of Potatoes .45 f Fat t
I Write Fire Life Automobile Casualty 1 a sailor who fell from the train Quite an Interesting experience
and sustained a broken leg experienced by the Bill Norths and
131 East Call Grade "A
Over Sternberg's Store 3 Ibs.
This Is what he writes: Leila Mundy who were staying at S
Phone 154 "Just about the time, I was the Lord Baltimore Hotel in Baltimore = Chuck
leaving Starke to go to a gov- Md., recently at the same Sweet Potatoes .30
1 ernment hospital In Miami you time that movie actor John Payne (0a
were having quite a time with and his wife. Gloria DeHaven were << Brookfield
someone sitting around the hotel there Seems the hotel lobby I Green Ib.
lobby, gabbing about Starke. Well and corridors were Jammed with\ ?
I The A Butter
TAVERNREOPENED the hospital in :Miami couldn't do people(mostly"women, of course) Cabbage .04
me any good, so they sent me on trying to get a glimpse of the famous -
to New Orleans. They In time, faces .' Imagine the sur- & Fresh
sent me to this God forsaken hole. prise 'of Leila and the Norths JUICY Ib.
t AFTER REMODELING Everyone In the hospital here tells when they got on the elevator at .08 01 P
me they used to hold prayer meet the 10th floor and Payne and De- Oranges At !
ing every thirty minutes In the Haven got on 'at the 9th and they .
12 NOON UNTIL 11 P. M. DAILY hope that the Government would all rode'' downs. to the lobby together -

try out the atomic bomb In the . Bet our dazed Call- "
EXCEPT THURSDAYSWhen San Diego area. strecters didn't even think to ask
Morton's Salt 3
'What I am getting at Is that for autographs! pkgs. -
We Will Be Closed All Day If the party who was doing all' ,
the big talk about the city of Dr. H rlong Is certainly proud I
Starke is still arov ad, the fellows of that 12-pound small-mouth bass
here In the h08pItat-*nd I would he caught in Tank Pond last week .1Gibb's
Serving Regular Dinners like very much tfliwflttnd them a .,. And no wonder-r-for a small- Old Glory Lima Beans, No. 2 Can(;
train ticket to San Diego and let mouth that seems to be a near .
and Sandwiches them find out what the high coat record Tank Pond, in case
of living reaDy 18. Last night you want to know Is an obscure
three fellows and I had to pay puddle In the Ocala National Forest -
Steaks Chicken '-, Sea Foods five dollars each for a cot in the See Jimmy Cannon has Catsup, 14 oz. ,bottle -
same room! traded his '41 coupe for a '42
BEER "Enclosed you will find a coupleof sedan that's really a honey .
clippings telling about a com- Seems that Jimmy Is helping out
plaint that was filed with the city with the weekend rush at Spark'sand Seven Rose's Flour S. R. 25 Ibs.
council here by the friend of a Mundy's after selling his own ,
sailor who was charged 17.50 fora barber shop to W. J. Morgan and
shave and a haircut In a dOwn- Red Prather .
The BLUE TAVERN10th town barber shop. The sailor CANNON'S
questioned the price, but the bar- Seem to have been sort of a
ber tnsited that It was his fee, quiet week, or else I'm slipping
Street Near S. A. L. Depot and not wanting to make any Maybe both! At any rate,
trouble, the sailor paid It. this is all for this time So "The Friendliest Store In
"Frank the fellow who had this long See you in the next .
happen to him is from down, 0Carolyn..



r. )( PAGE nY8 :a

of LOCAL NEWS 1 1D. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews and I I I Mra. Miriam Klckllter and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR at Starke, Florida this FebruaryOFFICIAL Mr.*aid 'Mra T. N. Kendrfck. \\Yo'" i!i
ITS sons James and fiddle: of Palatka Misses. Dorothy Claire Klckllter STATE OF FLORIDA tot Sarah T. 84. 1948. last week :HE.Kendrtck's j
Hoffman whose ; had aa their guests \
spent Saturday afternoon with and Sammie residence IM 118 ( HEAL) A. J Thomas, ,
Kennedy spent the Webster Avenue Bust. Roselle Park Aa Clerk of said Court atster and niece. Mm. j
=*- their daughter :Mrs. Billy Dow- weekend visiting In Tampa. Avon New Jersey.You Zavh H. ))""1411"'. UnlneKVllle.. Fla. .
Edwards has been Mrs. Thos. F. Sherwood of Herk- ling. Roger Mathews spent Wed- Park and Kissimme. ar. required to appear on Att). for 1'lf. J.| 4t 3-21 Llule) Davis and Misses Eltab4th
R of her ermer N. Y., spent last week with They also April 1. 1948. In the above named I Davis and Margaret Ruth x.-
est of' several days Mr. andMatthews her Blster-ln-law, Mrs. George A. nesday with his sister. attended the musical program Court seeks divorce and cause Bradford wherein plaintiff IN 1 riaiMT roi ...... PH %iipoMn1KHV. drlck of Bethel S. C.
sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday at the County' (OI"STY. v'ntllt"
r and and her ..1M -. Gardiner and Judge Gardiner.She Nick Carter of Singing- Tower in Telegraph Khali publish thin Order I"1 I Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jaca--
Columbia S, C., Lake Wales. In next four weekly I issues.
S. Rlcharde of the Is spending the winter in St. were Sunday and Witness my hand and official seal. Mary Jane Tronibley, Vlalntlff. vn I ville is spending; several --.k-
A. Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Poppell of El Paso Texas at Starko, Albert James Trombley, I
re off here Petersburg Florida thla February Cane No 4443.OKDKIl with her ulster, Mrs. O. J. CrW-
She stopped L. S. Hutto. has been 2*. 1948.OFFICIAL.
the I..f.ndllllt'l)
guest this week of OF
Friends of
home In Lake C. Thomas will ( SHAD!: A. J. Thomas fin.
way to her with her,8OM be Interested to( know that he is Mrs. Robert E. Green. Jr.. spent his sisters. Mrs. Warren Perkins Aa Clerk, of tiald Court. 8TATW AND NOTH-R OK Jo'lAJIU"'A: TO" to:\: AlbertJames
Ii visit i iiaiana the weekend with her and Mrs. Annie Colson. Zi eh H. Douglas. Uulnenvllle, Fla.
after back In Starke as agent for the parents Dr He arrived Trombley, whose reKldvnceIH
Arkansas. Atty. for Vlt. 3-1 4t S-ll I MAYES
and and Mrs. C. C. by plane unknown.
visiting his Peninsula Life Insurance Co. Forth Mendoza In Jack. Sunday to attend You are required to appear on
Adklne Jr. Is past year or so he has been sonville. the funeral of his nephew Edwin 11 ("u"'I'r roriiT. flit \.>FOKUC April I. 1948, In the above namedCourt RADIO SERVICE,
and Mrs., Frank Perkins : M >iT1u FL.OIUUII l\ rllANC"KMV and rouse, wherein plaintiff'I
bfr connected with Coca-Cola bottling Mr. and Mrs M. C. Wells and I I seeks divorce. Ururtford County: -
in Coral Gables. plants In Sanford and Titusville.. Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Wells of Jack. Pfc. Robert N. Crawford was Hubert to'. Plaintiff, "". Telegraph shall pnlillori his OrderIn
i V IrKh,11n. Eubanks, Defendant next four weekly l Issues.Witness SERVICEON
and S-tithelr daughter I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova are aonvllle were Sunday guests of home on furlough recently and ('..ne No 4441. I my hand and official Real ALL !MAKES
tend FSCW spending today in: Ocala on busi- Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and while here with his family went : OUI>EH OF PrnLlCATION at Htarke, Florida thin February'
Davis ANn NOTI<'I'J' TO APPEAR ; 10. 1.48.OFJI'It.'IAL. RADIOS
Marjorie family. to to visit
St. Peter of Tampa relatives Mr. STATK OF FLORIDA to: Virginia ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .
Beryl jean ness.R.. M. Lee Herbert O. and Mra. O. C. Fountain. He also It. Euhanka, whose residence U 855 Aa Clerk oC .salt Court.Xuoh '
idle, and Mr. and Mrs. R. came Sunday from Sauley who formerly made Fulton Street Medford. Maimachuieit K. DnuwlaN' llalnenvllln, Fla. South. Walnut StreetANNOUNCEMENT
Jacksonville. Philadelphia to join Mrs. Lee at made his home with his arrangements to move his *. I Atty., for Hlf 1-1 4t 3-88

urn Jf the home of her cousins,' Mr. and Mrs.' V. family to A. P. Hill military reservation You are required to appear on ... .,. .. i
mcxlt'l you ID a Splre1. parents 'Mr and H. Car- April 1, 1948, In the above named remI.Inllrwnulanl" '' Itr_.' ''nanmmMtlmIeamttfhmItIIIanmtlMII'' ''' '' '! sia aeensmsnsrnarw.'sIcs'rylseM/Ren! tt.___wwlr h_ __
I me made In t b e latest Mrs. E.. J. Dowllng. Sr. They left den, was discharged from the in Fredericksburg. Va.. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
itaiijr Cor.etlere, Mrs.er.4MB.MWIo.8tj. Tuesday for a brief vacation In navy in Jacksonville last week where he la stationed. Pfc. Craw seeks dlvoire. Bradford County :
Telegraph shall publish thin Order
matl-rlall' I Miami before Mr. Lee continues and is again making his home ford has been transferred from In next four weekly I Issues. I

his studies In Philadelphia.IN with them. He will be connected supply room work to first cookIn Witness, my hand and official Heal

with Mr Carden in the operation the kitchen. On Feb 21, a at 84'. 1948.rltarke! Florida thin February
of his service station. group of men of Pfc CI' wford's OFFICIAL( SEAL) A. .J. Thomas, I We are glad to announce that we hat with IM again Mr.
company honored him with a A. Clerk of said. Court. A. W. :\la,ten. \\ho. for the pant Hire and a half year
Lt me model you In a Splrella .nch H. ntifrlan, Uitlnenvltle, Fit
THE SOUTHEAST beautifully made In the latent "housewarmlng" party. I Ally, for V\t.\ 3-1 4t -Z2: ban been with the 1.l&'ka.Iolor. Onnpany In IfretroU.Mich t I

Atlantic Ale and Beer than other.It new materials. Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Charbonneau While with thin firm he did construction for IS 1
people drink any Uorwetlere sirs. I I' ('11"" .'. ('0' IIT. \DKOIIII
s Frank Hoover 402 E. Madison St., and Captain R. P. Vachon of Worcester C'II'1o'I" FI,1)Itlll It IV ('" ,,,_ month. After that he did maintenance for two year

must be... Starke. 2-9 st Mass., are house guests of >.-CKIIV.llm| : .W. QunkenbtiHh, Plnlntlff, Then along cants (Iht' fttrlkr. and the plant wan clottedproilurtlon .- I

Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Sappof Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow and V.. UUMHVII. I,. JunknnliiiKh l>vfennnt. shut down flat. '
.... i
Mrs. C. F. Ward. ( Nf) 4141mtniill
> Green Cove Springs were visiting I : '110' PI'HLICATION After thinking thin matter over :Mr. Masters decided to

friends and relatives here I Mrs. Clyde Priest went to AND NOTICK TO Al'I'KMl none. hark to Starke, an,1C' are KliKl to have! hUn In our

over the weekend. Mrs. Sapp was I Gainesville Tuesday where she is T. STATK Uimkf nhu OK..h H'l.OlllUA, whose renlilenrn to. llUMMell", INnl linn once more. \Ve are proud to have romeone capable 1
Miss. Cleo Norman before her undergoing treatment from an I"nun..
You are required to "pp..a.1'11 .. on to perform the ilutlr that he run carry out, and this city
marriage. in Green Cove optician.
recently. '\l"> I. I'MH.! In the uhove named N fortunate tto hove a man of his capacity
R. J. Gomes attended a concertin Robert Damery of Keystone 'niirt and cause, wherein plaintiff
Jacksonville one night last Heights soloed at Conway Airpark I..k.. dlvor shell'... publish Ilrndford thin County Order' \\.. are .still having wonderful repeat tlI radio repair

week. Thursday of last week in a Piper in. next four weekly 1"""",,. xervlee, ...rendered all In them pant an up te now and we will

The Rev. L. D. Haines is attending at Altne Henrkc,my Florida hand,und thin official February Meal 1 carry on an In the. past "Striken and shortages have mad- j i

N ICr cIEixa a Pastor's and Sunday Cub.Mr.. and Mrs. John Uglow Mrs. U i II! 4rtOFFICIAL. material hard 10 get but we> are tlotne the bettt we calf 7
w School ( SEAL; A. J. ThoniuM. j
Superintendent's conferenceIn U E.: Deudon and Mrs. C. F. Ward Aa I'lerk of sold Court. and at tlmen change( we will Improve our service. We ar

(ER Hastings this week.M. spent last Saturday in St. Augus X.ix-h II. Douglas Ualri"Hvllle. Flatly. till the oldest. electrical and radio repair service. In Ute
.11 ,, C. Rutland of Miami \ for Plf. 3-1 4i :.1-23
was a
)) _. tine. city of Mtarke, Fla.
lan r..r el.n guest of Mr. and Mrs: L. S. Hutto Miss Nancy Lee Knight of .v CIIK-I IT C'OIIiT.111"0"" U'hlle.! In the city, come In and pay no a visit. and see tM 4

Ansel.e, Inft--tr.(w AaMfa fwYe1.M.a Nl*.O>lilf and family Sunday.Mr. Gainesville spent last week-end 4-RIIV.C'OII"'Y.. FI.OHIII i\ 11\11. new linen of merchandise a and Mrs. Ernest Green of
here visiting her grandparents .olalrirlnln Forliva, Plaintiff, v". put on the display" floor,
Gainesville were Sunday evening James U Forbes, Defondunt. CaseNo.
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight.Mr. 4444.OKUKIl. I II
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson
and Mrs. Bill White and OF PITHI.IPATIONAND
Mrs. 0 L. Beasley and Mrs. A. baby of Savannah, Ga., spent Sat- OF Fl/lltlDX: JameKForbee 'a
SEE U'S FOR of last week with Mrs. Ih whose residence In un-
Z. Adkins were In Jacksonville urday known.

Wednesday and spent the night Mrs.White's W. uncle E. Clark.and aunt Mr. and .Vprll You I, are I 1946.! required In the to above appear untried on yy I INK L E R Electric Service II

with Mrs. Adkin's sister Mrs Court
and cease, wherein iilalniirfeek I
YOURFEEDS John Love Wilkes. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ward of .. .llvvr..... Bradford County Starke Fla.
Telegraph( shall. publish this Order I 222-221 Temple Ave. ,
Mrs. K. G. Duncan left Tuesday Powder Springs Ga., were over- In' next four weekly IHKIIVH.VVIiiiem .
to Join her sister, Mrs. Roy Smithof night guests Monday of Mr. and my hand and official Heal ill,'... HHliiilHHlMll'li. .AwIII1nINMlM1111/e1.MNHIIiNIIIIIIIMIIMl1, \ / \ \ ,LIaMWM111.IINIHIII111n11aaaIMNIWNMIYNWNaYINII.eI' .'. '' '.. .. ''''' '' ,.. nr -- ,I'

Tennelle Ga., for a weekend Mrs. John Uglow and Mrs. C. F. I

visit to Atlanta, Ga. Ward.

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Charles Knight spent the week''

Hutchings last week were Mr. end In Gainesville with his par The Atlantic Refining Company ;

lutch Ing's brother-in-law and sister ents Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Knight.

and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Robersonof He is making his home with his I

Dupo 111., and Mrs Joe Averyof grandparents. Col. and Mrs. D. E.
Greenville Ala. Knight and attending Bradford ANNOUNCES :

Sgt. Everette McKinney arrived High School.

home Monday after being discharged Mrs. H. E. Mock and family of 4s.. i

FertilizersV at the Camp Beale Calif. Savannah, Ga., spent some time : .. ;". It's, New Station in Starke .

Separation Center last week. He recently with her uncle and aunt .,; : '-# .'
entered the in Jan. 1943 and .
army Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Clark. ..
...... .... .I:
.- -1"-'" to the serviceforces" 'j :
wM'assigned Army The Rev. L. G. Hemingway and Under New Management .

--- -' and went overseas "In JanueayTfcr1943 daughters Mrs.ljUhn Moyer and .., ,,. .. .'e i -' .A ..a ....J. .... ,
M> sv* .. t.
** HT MM* V"'e f" V** "ft""* w-- "* with the Hospital "" ""f "
Mra. Orle Wiggins,,were chopping ,
Bring us yoar Eggs 7; ship :Dogwood. He served as a and attending to business In Jack "
Medical N.C.O. during his 38
a've' I sonville Tuesday. GAS FOR LESS
months of service and Is entitled I
'will buy them! to': wear the Good Conduct Medal Lt. Col. and Mrs/ J. W. McNeer
and Mrs. J. J.< Fitzgerald of

pean American Theatre Theatre Ribbon Ribbon, Asiatic-Pa Euro;'Tampa were week-end guests of Regular 21c Ethyl[23c

Liberation Mrs. Marcus Brown. Col. .
ditto Ribbon Philippine or. '
Ribbon with two battle stars and has just returned from two years .
over-seas duty In the Army. Kerosene 12c<<
the Victory Medal. He Is the son :

5T END GROCERY & MARKET of Mr. and Mrs.-A. E. McKinney IN cmrriT 'OI'fT un \i)foiin
Let model In a Splrella, <' >|INTY, KI.OHIIJAl fllAM-
me you latent t'..:.1'1{. ..... .. ,... ...... .. ..
mwlo In the
beautifully W therforJ .
Lillian rewlnlflon e a
MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA. new materials. Oorsetlere, Mrs. Plaintiff ".. Jennie P. Weatherforil
402 E. Madlwn St., Defendant. ('a"e No. 4137. Courteous Service
Frank Hoover ORDER OF PUBLICATION Prompt. ,
Starke. 2-9 M AND NOTICE TO Al'FEAIt
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hutchings

ET US HELP 'YOU spent the weekend with their and P. Wentherfortl address I la: Society wh055 Hill residence, Houth Temple Avenue Opposite The Bamboo ,

daughter Mrs. R. G. Dodson In Carolina.You .
are required to appear on
STAY BEAUT'I'FULt1. Monticello. Mr. Dodson was called April I. 1148 In the above named

away by the death of his Court seeks And divorce cause and wherein restoration plaintiff of C. L. Baker, Mgr. ;, i iI

brother. maiden name. Bradford County : I I
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Ii I
next four weekly lK.ue ,i,
W. J. Epperson Sr., were Mr. and Witness my hand and official
Mrs. R. L. Epperson and Mr. and neat at Starke Florida thin February .

Mrs. Harold McKinney and son, (OFFICIAL 26 1946.SEAL) A. J. Thomas Beautiful 4-Piece Walnut Bedroom Suits a
: Danny of Jacksonville and Mr. A. Clerk of said Court.T. .
nndrum.'Btarke Florida.
Frank :
I and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Jr., and Atty. for Fir. S.I: 4t :snI
--- daughters. Mary Sue and Sally Heavy
)-- Ann and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. An- IM cuirrIT (-01 RT. \UFOHU Punter Bed I s k ''1.
''jo. .:\ derson. t:..:II Y. '
< Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons will F. Hoffman Plaintiff. VI. Triple MirrorVanity
; '!' ,, r Miami next week for a visit Sarah" 1"'. Hoffman, Defendant. CHUB r
''* .& \ go I No. U45.
: ...- with friends. ORDER OF PUBLICATION t
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. . e . . . ,I. . ,. e . IN rmcirrr COURT BRADFORD New York.
a ding of a. relative In Gainesville rOUNT.Y. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY You are

Wednesday night. GrahamBy : Lola. Carter Wadford, Plain March 25. 19.e required, Ira the 10
Brooker State Farm Court and ">..
LAWTEY Mra. H. C. Kelly and sons, Wen- tiff. v. Thomas Edward Wadford. reeks divorce cause, -. ,''lIerolo
Cane No. 4409.
dell and David, were in Starke By Mrs. T. W. Markey By Mr*. Bryan WhItfield Mr*. Edward Norman Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION In Telegraph next four Shall ,pubIdy'a::

By Mrs. Mamlo Crews Wednesday night. . e . . . . . .. a . a STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA] TO APPEAR tol Thomas my'weeklyl.e hand IWltn"Ka
a e a a e a Mr. and Mrs. Carl VanZant Edward Wadford, whose residenceand roery Starke: 11\4
Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Hines and Florid"",,
visited relatives in Jacksonville WEINER ROAST BRIDGE CLUB address la Unknown 20 i <9, ui
Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Louise Parriah, Mlas Bonnie Mrs. J. M. Hembree was hostessat son, Richard of Longwood were You are required to appear on A. Clerk of SEAL) 1
Mr. and Mra Wilbur Belle announce Bald CourAt,
Mott and Miss Mandy Mott last week's meeting of the rtsltiiiK Mrs. Hines' parents Mr. March 18 1946 In the above T. Frank Landrum
the birth of a son on Fri- Mrs. Alma Dyal and children and Mrs. John this named Court and cause, wherein Atty for 1-'lf, Slrtti
enter- McKinney,
State Farm Club
I lof and entertained about 35 of their Bridge plaintiff leek divorce. Bradford 1'hrr4i
day, Feb. 15. Hampton spent Saturday friends with a weiner roast at the taining at her home Wednesday weekend. Mr. Hines' mother went County Telegraph shall publish this
Sunday with her sister and family Order In next four weekly iseuea.
Leon Dryden of Jacksonvillewas Mrs. Bertha Stuckey.J. home of Mrs. Jim Mott Friday afternoon. Spring flowers were back ;with them to spend several Wltneis my hand and official coallat '..--. .
visiting his mother-In-law night. Outdoor games were played decorative In the living and din- weeks. Starke, Florida, this February \"': "'

Mrs. Perry Davis Tuesday.Mrs. I E. Warren, who is employedin until a late hour and refreshmentsof Ing rooms where three tables of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKinneyand (13 OFFICIAL, 19.e. .SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

Jane Green of Miami was Jacksonville spent the week- crackers and hot chocolatewere guests played contract and bingo. Mr. and Mrs. Buford McKin- A. Clerk of said Court.T. t'AlI)
end with his wife and son, Mar Frank Landrum Starke, Fla.
visiting her niece Mrs. R. C. served with the welnera to defense Stamp prizes were awarded ney of Starke were visiting Mr. Atty. for Pit. 2-16 4t 3-8 .
Crews Tuesday afternoon.H. vin.Mrs. the guests. as jllows; : High to Mrs. Tom and Mrs. John McKinney Satur- ..
Louise Applebee and children Conners; second high to Mrs. 1.F. day night. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD (5):
C. Kelly attended the wed- of Jacksonville Beach were COIINTT. FLORIDA IN CHANCMRY. ,
SINGING CONVENTION Chapman and bingo to Mra. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graves of .
visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. The Bradford County singing. P. D. Fancher. Refreshments Windermere were visiting their Jean Hushes, Plaintiff vs. Alex MADE TO
J. E. Warren recently.Rev. convention met with the Brooker I salad with ander J. Hughes Defendant. Case ORnE
Edward T. Shull constated of frozen parents, Mrs. Maude Graves of No. 4428. OUR SPECIALT
J. O.
Raulerson holds ser Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
PLUMBERPrompt vices at Sampson City each 2nd' There was a good attendance from Graham and Mrs. L. C. Smith of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -
Waldo this weekend. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alexander LAPPS
and 4th Sunday afternoon In the BOX SUPPERA BAKE
: Union Duval and Alachua Counties J. Hughes,' whose residenceand
Service month at 3 p. m. Attending this as well as Bradford.Mr. group of young:' Farm residents Mrs. Eula Tidwell of Gainesvillewas address Is'% Mr.< John Moore, i
I 1 week with them were Mrs. Raul- enjoyed a box supper at the visiting: Mrs. Flake Watson 630 W. 135th Street New York,

Guaranteed i| erson Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Mrs. Jimmy Chanceyand home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Eng- Sunday night.
'Work and children, Mrs. Bertha Stuckeyand small daughter, Myra Jane ram Wednesday night February Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and DR. JAMES F. LOOMIS0I'T0METBIST

I C. R. and H. C. Crews. of Jacksonville spent Sunday with 20. Supper partners were the daughter Carolyn of Rising and

716 Lafayette St. Elma and Glenn Crews were in Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. holders of matching halves of If r. and Mrs. Edward Norman and Suite 809-10 Masonic Temple Bldg., Jacksonville' .Phone;
Starke Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer and hearts. The girls decorated their grandson, Eugene enjoyed a fishing FOR PROFESSIONAL CARE AND DISTINCTUES

daughter_ Pat spent u Sunday here boxes attractively and In additionto trip to Cedar Keys Saturday. HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED REGULARLY .
with Mrs. J. C. Cone. the contents of the boxes Mack Abernathy of Tampa is '
"We Render a Complete Optical Dispensing
Can Use More' Pulpwood Mrs. Hugh Butler Crosby and oca-Colas and cookies were serv- visiting his grandparents Mr. and

Mrs. Leslie Green attended the ed. Out-door games afforded fun Mrs. Frank Abernathy.

Teachers meeting In Starke Friday for several .hours following .sup- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith of De- --- -
0BPWRITE_ TIMBER DEPT.Container per. Leon Springs spent the weekend

Corp'n. of America Fernandina, Fla.HO Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of with Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal. OCCAM
BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and
i i Jacksonville spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Tyre an- children Clifton and Joyce of the
with Mrs. Crews' parents Mr. and
nounce the birth of a little State Farm spent Sunday with ,
. Mrs. O. W. .
Barry.Mr. daughter Jennie Ruth in St. VIn- Mr. and Mrs. Math Waadin and

I REGIONAL I I FAVORITES I I and Mrs. J. P. Roberta were cent's Hospital In Jacksonville family.Mr. .

n'' Starke on business Sunday.Mr. February 18.Enroute and Mrs C. J. Frazier and
and Mrs. T. W. Markey sons, Charlie and Bobby, attendeda SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET

John William Green and Mrs. E. J.Lewis to Tampa from Columbia family diner at the home of Mr. SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM
SPICy AND 1 SATISFYINGSrsssss 'were shopping in Gainesville S. C., and Harlem, Ga., and Mrs. Henry Rogers and Mrs.

Thursday afternoon. respectively, Mrs. J. W. Dyke and L. C. Smith in Waldo Sunday in RED BASS SHEEPSHEAD

Miss Bettye Boyd and Miss Marie Mrs. Pearl Beall visited Mr. and honor of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smithof ALSO

Sue Crews of Jacksonville Mrs. Martin Griner for several Lake Charles La. Mr. Smith Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
weekend with Misses days last week.
spent the was recently discharged from service -
Frances and Helen Barry. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. .

J. W. Thomas of Green Cove Brannen during the! past weekendwere MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET

Springs spent the weekend with Felton Brannen and Mrs. Tabernacle ,

his family here. Bessie Beasley and little Ruth CALL- STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. Fll

Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch and Beasley of Lake Butler Mrs. W. "Missionary Journeys in Rural

son, Gene of Starke and Mr. and H. Brannen and Mr. and Mrs. M. America", a travelogue of still

Mrs. Artford Brown and son of D. Brannen and son, Delbert ofacksonville. pictures in natural color from

Gainesville spent Sunday with Mr. With their visitors Maine to Louisiana, will be nhown

and Mrs. 1. A. Brown. Mr and Mrs. Brannen and Miss at the Tabernacle Friday night Take l ; the Guesswork l lr iiitof )
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry made Brannen witnessed the Impressive March 1, at 7:30: p. m. by Wm. H.

-f a business trip to Jacksonville ceremony in which Sgt. Hershel Richie executive secretary of the

Friday. Irannen was discharged at Camp American Gift Mission Philadel- Tractor Lubrication
Mrs. Arthur Edwards spent last Blanding Sunday. phia, Pa.
Saturday with her mother Mrs. This film la described 8.8'a
Enlce Bradshaw was the guestof
Norman, at Hellbronn Springs. human interest story relative to
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox Saturday with these FREE CHARTS!
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crews of the distribution of Scriptures in

f\S\\ Alachua spent Sunday afternoon Bradenton having to accompany come up from Mrs. rural America., 1..Ia

"CU\l\.st'llE" with Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. R. Paul Miller missionary to
Bradshaw and their children to
91\tOII\( Ash }\ ; l large Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano .spent their new home there. the Jews, will be at the Tabernacle -
pounds fresh can t.011\at.o l; Friday afternoon in Gainesville on Sunday night March 3.

11.'EO 'Et Have 2 clove gerU11yreley; chili 'Powd&t; end were accompanied home by When Mrs. J. W. Woodward returned at 7:30: p. m. to tell of his work. 1S
; 1 Wednesday from Palatka
spaniBh onion 1 'Vdl their grandson. Ray, who spent
& .uces &teen opep-per-pork; rat. aUght, golden the weekend with them. where she had spent several days Bible Story Hour t I tJ /

Bot; l11\aU cube an4 cook to onion .Uce. Mrs. S. M. Mott and Mrs. A. L. with Mr. and Mrs. Bard Gale she _

lets T ilthYUCe 'Pe'P'P.r .Ucell. on top of Crosby are spending some time In was accompanied by Mrs. Gale There were 98 children present IS8.S3M '

s1)t\nk1e in pork i OnelY chOPped carliG taste with South Florida where they are and little daughter, Sharon, who Tuesday afternoon at the Community i / .

broVID DI.X 'Y pd p4 ..pdn1te0,50.37&0 tot I visiting relatives and friends' visited' Mr. 'and Mrs. Woodwarduntil Bible School in 'Ithe Methodist 1 m7 ?-
diced ,
; pour tD0111.t.oes in lI104erat.e o.en wi" toasted sal- Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keen of Friday Recreation Building. Mrs. ry
chili Dwdenutae1 eke aetve ogenbet the ravodt.e'AX California were here last week. During the paSt' weekend Mr. W. J. Churchwell and her assistants : t.

25 tq a ra"orit.e ealaea6. I V Mr. Keen has Just received his and Mrs. Vance Geiger and son hope to have 100 present next .

Ul1e..Trencb friel geerl : discharge from the navy and they Bradley, and Mr. and Mra. Reese week. The clans begins at 2:30: _

tegonal( Offs.- 1I\aUe4 $1'>>.00 Ylodds. fun this have gone to visit Mrs. Keens Bradley and sons Clinton and each Tuesday afternoon and all _

:fAX bas 15each, send 11S Y our parents Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Polk Jack Wayne of Jacksonville were children are welcome.
yrgod relional teciDe use.jjehed. In Trenton. I guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. M.
excellent + 1 ...
NggeS td let s I
\ ledVe Mrs. Mike Tillgham and Mrs Jradley.
16,00 "m bdl o !1AX 15reVliX'1L Doris Layfield were In Jackson Dinner guests at noon Sundayof

le Ylodda. ville one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox were { ,I TO get longer more useful life from

Mrs Hamp Conely of Okee-- Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and tractor it is necessary to use

chobee spent several days here daughters Cynthia and Priscilla.of I the right tyft of lubricant in the right
recently with her sister Mrs Starke.
place, at the right time.
Mary Mott. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Nail and
Your Standard Oil man has a supplyof
Mrs. H. H. Howard and Mrs children Bill and Patricia Jean

A. A. Edwards spent Friday in have moved into the apartment 1946 Lubrication Charts-based on

Gainesville.Mrs. house occupied by Mr. and Mrs.J. Enjoy Real I manufacturers' recommendations and
Mike Tillgham. Mrs. Resle C. Randall. I
tailor-made make and
Carlton, Mrs. Florence Varna- HoneattoGoodnesaHOMECOOKED to your own
Mrs. R. P. Stubbins Sr., of
model of Tacked the wall
doe and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mann tractor. up on
1' Tallahassee was with Dr. and Mrs.R. .
spent Friday in Gainesville.W. of machinery-shed they will show
P. Stubblna from
%... .. H. Hinton of Waldo waa Thursday Until MEALS
here Tuesday night with his Sunday. you at a glance just where and where nand

laughter, Mrs. Earl Green. Mr. and Mrs L. F. Chapman In Clean, QuietSurroundings I with what to lubricate every part
entertained as guests during the
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Roberts and I of your tractor. Standard Oil Company
past week Col. and Mrs." William .
son, Schell of Tampa were week. I in
larrlson who were enroute from Incorporated Kentucky.
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
lakeland to'Gf ttantioo, Va., E. M. 702Temple
Ctaili .s'a, jour
'a sa. Roberts. In addition to itt LubriraH you
Gerlach: of New York City whoIs Ave.
Standard Oil bt Copy V
Miss Marie Edwards of FSCWin was will glad to give YOU
Tallahassee spent the weekend a Federal,Inspector of Prisons; kit sew 1946 Farm AI,..",". Ark tint about Item ladaj.STAX .
Warden Helen Heronimoua of the
with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
federal Women's Prison In West IXIECAFE

Arthur Mr. and Edwards.Mrs. Earl Green and Virginia and her nephew and her < IAIII OIL SntND-BYS: ."O l'ij! JW

assistants, Misses and Wll-
daughters Linda Gale and Shirley Kelly
I Sparkling h .........Trader f u.1. .......rtf Diesel fvelVlre Crews end trews Istra..4.
Nell we rein Waldo Thursday lama.Mrs.. Rosa Watts of Chatta- "....K_.._ .....II.U..* liee Meter Oils .....01...i"Iolcon".
and afternoon .ree.ei AtI.. TI.... t.t1erle. ..* A<.e.serN. .. Axle .'.""
L. A. Brown T. W. Markey and hoochee visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyn- I I ......II..N Oil ."..". Belt Or.Mli.. Hit......10.1.. Iprey FlII
Beer! John William Green attended the wood Watts from Thursday until Serer(iD.D.TJ 2h........ H.......... Oil ..r.-- lee D""""
I Monday. She was Joined here
funeral of Marcus Cawthern at
for the week-end by another son,
I Golden Antioch Church near LaCrosse
Wednesday, Feb. 20. Lamar Watts of, Jacksonville.

: with a gfut Mr. and Mrs. Mack Gunter and

our dinner guests red\. son of Lake City were visiting Lovett's' Staging
% Greet Y \let the tempting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Wednes- / / a et
r.1AXl\ Yes, tonal Drink day afternoon. Birthday EventIn r
beer hne 'e9
goodness 01 f this' 'Ppcato\ Y our Eustace Kelly of New River was celebration of Its 27th successful t
low extra visiting Dave Green Sunday after- D bI
\ Daytona year in business the Winn
01 Fdendehipon 1 foods Serve noon.Mr. ; St Lovett Grocery Co., located, in
i .\ With tall\\, frosty and Mrs. Will Andrews of I more than 50 Florida and South

Favorite \ a\on9\ brcw- New River spent Sunday with Georgia clUes, la staging a nine-
,'e.5tye",\\ Fiss spar"\ing\ AX Mrs. J. C. Cone and son, "Clyde. day sales event starting yesterday

01 r\c: appla. Rich Mrs. Dave Green. Mrs. W. O. and continuing through Sat

glasses boole ensd wait lot body'In Rimes and Mrs. Earl Green were.hopplng urday. March 9.Management :

and sit color\ and in Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. of the local Lov: I j
flavors aroma, 10' Southeesta.n and Mrs. Ovid Lewis of ett's store announces that some

especially Starke were, visiting his mother, '
and distin' outstanding values In food will be
I brewed glut Mrs. R. P. Lewis last week. '
a truly\ onhandplenty offered to the public during this
tastes, JA's 01 AX event.
Ha'lc \ hit with Beware
I tiveb .u..lolilng Coughs IV: CIRCUIT COt'RT. BRADFORD
\\\SeU, toO, from coifsThat.Hang CERY. -
JA'by COmBIOII Thelma Andrew Silver Plaintiff, ..
ionio" rehc"rnctt.Sly"AX Vlt. Roy Job nil ton Sliver, Defendant. ** .
guests- satislyin9f Ca. No. 4411ORDER ',

ever you Oreomnlsloo! relieves promptly bee : RTATB AND NOTICE OP FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Roy 9 Super Sale Days Feb. 28 thru March

cause it KOM!right to the seal trouble to help>>loooen and expel address U 1017 N. W. Eleventh
= prm laden phlegm, and aid nature St., Portland Orson.You
soothe arid heal "*. *nder. in- March 2e are. 1S4 required, In the to above appear named on
yes tlll'I Isy == named bronchial mucous mem Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Special Birthday .
l ( :- cranes.Tell your druggist to sell yon eelte annulment and restoration of
3 .t.",11itt'I o= a bottle of Crcomulolon with the un- Maiden Name. Bradford County 9
= derstandiM you must like the way IICREOMULSION Telegraph! .hall publlnh this OrderIn Price List!
quickly aUais the cough or next four weeklr I......,
to have 7W are 'Vlt..... my hand and official
JAX BREWING I COMPANYJacksonville your money back.' sal at 20.Stark 1944.OFFICIAL ., Florida this February 12 Pages, Newspaper Size,

', F la.. I for CouzH Chest Colds,Bronchitis Ae( Frank Clerk T.nndrum.of SEAL eald )Court.T. Stark.A.I.. Florida Thomas In Color. Get Copy at'Store.PAGE a t /

Atty. for Pit X-12 41 1-1S

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Black Bass Given Blachoff Defendant. Cane No. 4379. March 18 194, In the above named Order In next four weekly laauea.Witness .
Worker ORDER OP PUBLICATION Court and cauae. wherein plaintiff hand and official aaal
ONE I my
Canal Breathing SpellThe WOMAN'S OPINIONBy AND NOTICE TO APPEAR eeka. divorce anti restoration of I!at "'Btarke i'lorida. this February
Panama "TATK!;: OKFLORIDA to: Frank Malden Name. Bradford' County IS. 1948.
Blachoff. Whose realdenca and ad- Telegraph shall publish thla Order
With Starke Game and Fresh Water '.-' .tires' la Route No. I, Wo* 93, Sum- in next four weekly Unues. Aa Clerk of said Court.
I Fish Commission called attention Billee Ross mervllle. South: Carolina. Witness my hand and official T. Frank l..n"rum. lilt ark.., Fla.
redden of __ You are required, to app.ar on enl at Htarke .Florida' thla Feb- Atty.. for Plf. 8-15 4t 3-8
rth j newer this week to the fact that the i There have been several editorials in the March 11, 11148. In the above nam uary 12, 1944.OFFICIAL. -
Mrs. R. 11. ed Court and cause wherein plain- ( SEAL) A. J. IN: BIIAIFORDfl'rtTV. .
and : Thomas rlHCUIT COURT.
re' Mr. weekapartmflt closed season on black bass this '- Telegraph recently and a lot of boosting, trying tiff aeeka divorce. Bradford County A. Clerk of said Court PLORlUAl IN CHAN.CKRY. .

arrived| here last year will extend through the -7 to tell the people of Starke of a few changes that Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish laauea.this Order R. H. Duncan lilT Lynch Bid- .

an i will have Witness, JacksonvIlle. Florida, Aram Oarlh Plaintiff, va. Nevart
to take to
occUpying place if we are get the sailor my hand and official
In a months of March and April Instead Atty. for Plf. 8-u 4t S.' Uarlb, Defendant. Can .
and jiau on St. trade from Green Cove Springs. To tell the honest ruar/e.8tarke mfc Florida' this' F.b- ORDKIt tF l'io4U.
of from March 15: to May IN CIRCUIT COURT.
.deled duplex belong 15: at it did last :year. truth, I was a little riled at first at the intimation Ae(OFFICIAL Clerk of.SEAL said )Court.A J. Thomas COUNTY "LOR.D.'. IN CHAN. STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Nevart

tty Andrews. lived Any license purchased since :4 that we weren't epic and span enough for the T. Prank I..andrum tarlu., .. Florida Arthur'IoJItY.Peterson, Plaintiff, v... Rita Oarlb.la (10 W.whoRe 190th realdenca Street, and New address York.
Irs. Brown have I Navy. It made me kinds mad and I guess it did Atty. for Plf. 1.8 4t I-I Peterson, Data ndiuit. Case No. New York.
d i ) 34iSiSSaSt'S July 1. 1945.: will carry the cor- HIO
ama. canal Zone for dates for the black 'H a lot of other people. If it did then it is to them IN! IR'tJIT! COURT BRADFORD ORDER OF PUBLICATION You are required to appear on
rect bass
sea ('fliNTy: March<< 1*. l 4a. In the abovaAa
son but a license purchased priorto ,: that I want to explain a' few things aa well aa CKRY. FLORIDA IN CHAN- STATE ANt NOTICE OK FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Rita Clerk of amid t3ourt.

a that date will show the seasonas to try to help along In what appeara to be a kind Ruth j *". Colllna, Plaintiff va. Peterson. Whose residence. and ad- named Court and cause, wherein
since their Joseph I. Collins' plaintiff seeks dlvoroa. liradford
30 and f ndant. Case ''dre"B la 4)17 HSrd Street Flushing,
Nov. at New It existed during last year. A of clean up drive. No. 4377. New York. bounty Telegraph shall publish this
i k In the States The oVier I went ORDER OF PUBLICATION You are required to Order' In next" tour weekly laauaa.
looking 194S law requires that all fishing day along with a girl friend to look for an appear on
AND NOTICE Witness hand and official seal
been TO APPEAR March 18. 194. In the above my
IMY have with a view toa licenses expire as of June 30 and apartment and I was really amazed at some of the things that people ?'ATH OP FLORIDA toi Joseph named Court and cause, wherein at Htarka' Florida' this February/

country in the Soutb.ravor&blY I this will eliminate any confusion try to rent out and actually expect human beings to live In. I will I. dress I. Colllna, whose? Crystal residence. *'"and". CM-adiTii..YJ County plaintiff Telegraph seeks/ divorce.shall publish Bradford this T.IS, 1948.Frank Landrum ntarke! Fla.

home Impressed with about the open season. admit that If a person wanted only a place to sleep he might be caKo, Order In next four weekly issues (OFFICIAL HMAL) A. J. Thomas
Witness Atty. fur Plf. 3-15 4t a-.
MaVch on my hand and official I
It Is the friendll- satisfied, but I doubt it. Lots of landlords still don't seem to realize ,r.9r47U.'n'h.t0.rv.en? m,,, seal at Stnrke.: \Florida' this Feb. -

nel they, say have visited yet. 20 4-H Club Boys hat when people rent an apartment It Is, for the time being their Court seeks and divorce.cause, wherein Bradford plaintiff County mary( is. 1946.OFFICIA L BEAU. A. J. Thomas IN: (COUNTY cinrriT FI.OKIUAI COURT )IN:"UFINO CIIAN- SI

originally from Iowa. Make Test home. They want to be proud of it. They want a place that 111 Telegraph nhall publish this Order A- Clerk of sail Court. CKRY.Hassle .
Plantings In next four weekly lHaue. Vm. 1>. Morgan, Fifth Floor Clark
Smith Plaintiff va. IvejrHnillh.
fto their remaining lean; a place to live in and relax-not exist. So of
spend merely many WltncyH my hand and official seal tulldlriK.. JackHonvllle' Florida, Defendant. ('...e No. 3419.
1 With Corn Varieties the I at Slal'k". Florida thin February Atty. for 1'lf. 2-15 4t 3-8 OF PUBLICATION
the, south. apartments saw were simply makeshift places. almost barren 6, i Hlo. __ CHUKU
except for a few old of furniture. What I noticed more (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1. Thomas .
scraps IV lltri'lT' COI OF( FLORIDA to: Ivey
HT lilt
I I Twenty local 4-H club boys are Aa Clerk of said \FOIIII
Services than anything else was the lack of sunshine in most of them. The T. Frank i.andruni, Starke. Florida. (' MVIt. ..0.1 l'> (,''' ':N.CKRV Smith 1 1 whose renl.lonce la unknown.
al test
now planting a variety project You are required to appear on
with five leading varieties of great majority were dark and dank and not at all homelike. Atty fur 1'lf. 2.8 4t 3-1 James' Intglsts, Plaintiff va MyrllouKl March 14, 1V4A, In the above
Farm I I ) II.a, efend.int. named Court and .cause wherein
ate (Cns NO)
sweet corn County Agent 1... T. Water costs very little and soap, too, even though it in scarce, IN ('lIt'I'.T CO.-nT. IlIt.UU"OItIJ OltUHMt: {)to' PUBLICATION 4414. plaintiff H...ka divorce. nrndfnrcl

V Nihoul. pastor Dyer announced yesterday.A can be bought sometimes. These simple Ingredients, with a little cOl"i.-. FM)IUI>.VI"YN"ii.\:\. ANti; NOTI<'!i: TO Al'l-KAIl County TalvKraph shall publish thin
Noel I (, .
1.:11 i'
STATE OF FI.OH1DA to Myrllouiilns Ordor In next four weekly iseucs.Witness
flethoulst Church of RalInounced small amount of seed of each elbow grease thrown In. would add a lot to appearances. It is surprising Iva Mite Kndlcott. Plaintiff v... > whose roHldxnre and ad- my hand and official. seal

) that be- 'I of five varieties Is being furnishedfor what a little paint a few yards of curtain material and James No. 4U4\ today 'CLn"\' Avenutt, Ulouceater, New n IIHrt
and the test enough for three rows maybe a bedspread will do to a place. op PUBLICATION Jersey, (OFFICIAL PRAL A, J. Thomas,
I Monday, March 4th 45 The varieties AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required I to appear on An Clerk of aald Court.
about yards long. We looked at almost 15 houses and of all we saw there was only STATE uJo' PIxmiDA to: James March IS. HMfl. In the above IF. O. lirown Htsrke, Florida,
In g through! the week. re- I being tested are Bantam No. one that I would classify as liveable. Kiidlcott vih,,He address u 602 Broad' n!amed _Court anti cause, wherein Attv. for Plf.. J-1S 4t 3-S '
Ices will be held In the 1; Bantam Evergreen; loana; Trl- Street. % C & o Railroad' Com. ilalntlff seeks dlvol...... Bradford
at the State Certainly the sailors will come here but they're .not going to Jiuny Columbus, Ohi,,. : bounty Telegraph shall publish this I
lly Center State; and Golden Cross Bantam. You: are required to appear on Order In next four weekly issues
commute from here to Green Cove and then live In hovels. Heavensno.
The first four varieties are the Marrh 11. 1948, In the above named \VltnNti my hand and official aeal
Children'swlll And it's high time the people of Starke came to realize it. Court and tiaiiHM, wherein plaintiff at fI'"rke. Florida. this February
People's and Michael-Leonard Aristogold varieties seeks divorce and custody anil con 14. 1948. I
g be held at 7 p. m. and the seed Is given for the Whatever you have to rent clean it up and air it out so that when trol of minor children. Bradford (<>OFFICIAL SEAL)nnrt. J. Thomas 1I
prospective tenants come to look at it they can see a possible home County Telegraph shall publish thla Aw Clerk. of mild I 4.
Mrs. D. E. BartonLton. test. The loana and Golden Cross Order In
by next four weekly Issura..u.1" T. Frank l.anlrum. Starke Fla. RELIEF FOR AC
Prayer will be held Bantam are old varieties that have and not Just cold and empty rooms with a vision of hours of miser- *"" my han dl\n<> official seal Atty. for Plf. Lift 4t 1-8 I

prayer room at 7:30 been grown In the county for the able living. at 1946."tarke, Florida, this February 7, IY CIRCUIT (toileT HRAnroitlt / j'j'Carpenter'sDro

lith preaching at 11 a. m. past two or three years. --- Aa(OFFICIAL Clerk of-SEAl.said )Court.A. J. Thomas COI', 'N1'Y. PI.ORIUAI IN CIIANCKRY. -

m. by the Rev. W. J. The purpose of the variety testIs Glenn Conner Zack Crawford ] I.N CIRCUIT COI'RT. BRADFORD Oreen A Omen Htarka, Florida Fern Thompklna Plaintiff, va. William ,

fell, pastor of the Metho- to determine which of these Vernon Crosby Harry Green, Rod- (CKRY.R. 'OiNl'Y., FI.OUIU| IN CHAN Attya. for Plf 2-8 4t 3-1 "aA Floyd KTn un Thompklna, Defendant. I
rch of Starke. varieties are most profitable to ii )'JlR'F: ;; PUBLICATION
ney Hall Raymond Hersey Jim- )< \Peatheraton. Plaintiff vs. M. I.N CIRCUIT COURT RH ,I PORI>

[public Is urged to attend grow in this county mie Lee, Leslie Phillips, Cecil No.Km mil 4.183: Featheraton, Defendant. Caaa ((''OI'NTt..: !Y. FLOOI1D.,$ IN (CHAN.d : .' STATH3 ANn OF NOTICE FI.OHIIJA'to Tl APPKAR: William

lings. Remember the date The boys planting the varietiesare Crawford, Jr., Tommie Griffin ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND Edgar Burrell. Plaintiff va. Lydia Floyd: ThosnpkliiH' unknown.whose residence

I, March 4th at T p. m. :' Edwin Howard Doyle Conner, Bobby Rosier Bobby McClellan NOTICE TO APPEAR Hurrell Ikrfendant. (Cas No. 4406 and address la .
STATE!!: OF FIiORlDA to: M. Em- OltDKR OP PUBLICATION You are required to appear nnMar..h
Harold Norman Kenneth Norman ma Fvatherston, whose residence ANI NOTICE TO APPKAR 18. 194fIn. the above
and a to
John Clark
Eugene Davis Brady lUc-rtmond. Virginia.You : Lydla plaintiff sweks divorce, IlradfordCounty
Hurrell. whose resldcncn In Itoute !
Ervin Andrews and Seeber Doyle are required to appear on No1. Campobello ,South Carolina. Telegraph shall publish thla
ENJOY GOOD FOOD ATrANLEY'S Andrews. March 11. 1948 In the aliove named IOU are required to appear on i.EVEUY .
Court artel cause, wherein plalntlflHpcka March 14. 1946. In the above
divorce. Bradford County named Court ami cause, wherein i
JOIN CHAMBER OF Telegraph shall publlNh this OrderIn plaintiff seeks divorce llrudfort
next four weekly IMHUUM.WltneaH County Telegraph shall publish this
RANCH COMMERCE and help bull my hand and official Order In next four weekly laauea
Starke. veal at Starke Florida this Feb- Wltnexa my hand and official seal
runrv 7, 1496.(01o'FICIAL at Starke, Florida this FebruaryOFFICIAL
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 13. 19 46. t
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ODY
ROAD 28 R. Hesn-204-05 Realty Blda- Aa Clark of said Court.
3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON Belma L.. Kindt Plaintiff va. Evan Jacksonville 2-8 4t 3-1 Florida Atty. for Pit Atty II. O. for Brown Plf. Starke, 2-13 Florida ENJOYS EATING I IAT
4t 3-8
H. Kindt Defendant' CH." No. 4383. ___
I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Evan It.Kindt ,"
( .JHV. .
STEAKS CHICKEN whose residence In tat Eosr. Keith K. Klstlcr. Plaintiff va. Sue Mara-ar/ e t Durham Faireratrom The PARK CAFE :
-- Ave. Eqirlpt. Co. rProv) APO 66, Ann WIlHon latter.. Defendant. Plaintiff va. Richard John Faireretrom. -
% Postmaster New York New Case No. 4423. Defendant. Caaa No. 417H.ORDBR .
You are required to appear on NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE! TO APPEAR .
SEAFOODDINNER : March It, 1946 In the above named STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sue STATE OF FLORIDA to: Richard
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Ann Wilson Klatler. whose real J. Fagerstrom.C.. 2nd-o whose
aeeka divorce. Bradford County dines and address ,is %" General residence and address I I" U. H R. Delicious Regular Meals
C Telegraph ahall publish this OrderIn Dallvery, Aahevllle,. North Carolina.You Theemln A. K. A-43 Fleet Post '
PARTIES SOLICITED next four weekly lHauea.WltneeM are required to appear on Office Ran Francisco California. Healthful Vegetable Plates
my hand and official seal March 25, 1948 In the above named You are required to appear on .
'. at Htarke, Florida, this February 7, Court and cauae wherein plaintiff March 11, 1946 In the above named Short OrdersIt'samatterofpride. :
194fl. seeks divorce. Bradford County Court and cause wherein plaintiff -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Telegraph shell publish this OrderIn aeeka divorce and restoration
As Clerk of eald Court. next" four weekly laauea.Wltneaa of maiden name. Bradford County
Zach H. Douglas, Oalneavllle, Fla my hand and official Telegraph hail publish this Order \
Atty. for Pit. 1-8 4t 3-1 eel at Starke, Florida thla Februitry In next four weekly la..uee.
ie4 Complete Service 20, 1946.OFFICIAL Witness. my hand and official i
,-' "* IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD ( SUAL, ) A. J. Thomaa seal at Htarke Florida, this February .
COI'!NTY. FLORIIIAl IN CilAN- Aa Clerk of said Court. T, 1946.OFFICIAL. .
t'sMrrciwt tEstY: T. Frank Landrum, Stark., Florida ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas .
:' t" Looks like it's going to be Mary O'Brien Ten Eyek. Plaintiff. Atty. for Plf. 3-23 4t 3-15 Aa Clerk of sail Court. '
va. Carlton A. Ten Eyck Defendant. T. Frank andrum, Htarke Florida.
V BRAKES a long time yet before Case No. 4421.ORDER IN CIRCUIT toileT BRADFORD Atty. for Plf. 2-1 4t 8-1
many : NOTICE TO APPEAR CER'. IN CIRCUIT COURT. RRADFORn No, we're not bragging, but ;
\ /rtucs car we've been waiting for. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Carlton Edmund Fraderlek Bouffard. CO I''NTY. FLORIDA IN: CHAN. ,
A. Ten Eyck. whole realdence and Plaintiff va. Elsie Mae Bouffard C'KHY.
fl Therefore, it's more important nddresa: la: ISO Prospect Park West, Defendant. Case No. 4428. Ludwig Albera. Plaintiff va Kath we are proud of the careful
than ever to let us keep Brooklyn, New York. ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND erine Albera Defendant Case No. '

i your old car in A-I condition. March You 25.are 1948.required In the to above appear named on STATE' NOTICE OP FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Bide 4412.ORDER OF PUnLICATION : :' *; / ::; workmanship with which

Court and cause wherein plaintiff Mae Bouffard, whose residence and AND NOTICE TO API'KAR ,
Hoeka divorce I and address la Unknown.You STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kath-
Maiden Name. ra 'dratUnr: are required to appear on erlna Albera, whoae residence and each garment is processed Ink

\rutted Lubrication. Polishing Telegraph ahall putillah this OrderIn March ZS, 1948. In the above address l la It Johannes. ) Street, Pad! :
Washing next four weekly Imiuee.Wltneaa named Court and cause, wherein Nauhelm Germany.You our plant. This feeling of
my hand and official plaintiff .....k. dlvorca. Bradford are required to appear on
Waxing Heal at Starke: Florida thla February County Telegraph abja.ll publish March ID, 1 UII. In the above
20 1946.OFFICIAL this Order In next four weekly laauea. named Court and cause, wherein c\ pride results from the.satls-
STANDARD ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford '
OIL As Clerk of mild Court.T. Witness. my hand and official County Telegraph shall publish thin faction of a good job well
Frank Landrum Stark Florida seal at "'Starke "Florida this February Order In next four weekly laauea. __
2-2k 4t 3-1S} 20. 1946.OFFICIAL Witness hand and official seal
Atty. for Pit my
SERVICE STATION ( SEAL) A. J. Thomaa.Aa at Stance' Florida thla February done. We believe that you will take pride, also In
v. H. 11'1 CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Clark of said Court.T. 19. t 944. '
Garden, Mgr. Temple Ave. & Call St. COUNTY. PLOHIDAl I.N CHAM.Lllllam Frank Landrum Starka Florida. (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas your clothes after they are returned to from
CERY. Atty. for Plf. 2-22 4t J-15 Aa Clerk of said Court.T. you our
Baptl..t McClelland. Plain- Frank Landrum Htarke, Fla.
tiff. va. Ei-neat V. McClelland. Da. IN CIRCUIT COfRT. BRADFORDCOI'NTY. Atty. for Plf. 2-16 4t 8-8 plant.
fendant. Case No. 4415. FLORIDA' IN" VIIANIPhilip _
Tires Are Slick Time to ReeaplRECAPPING : FLORiDA IN CHAN.Stella
Defendant Cane No.
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Erne Krelta\ tally. PhONE 1J5
V. McClelland, whose residence la: 43S0. nilllurd Irish Plaintiff, va.Itlchard u
; ,; D-tl-a-FAKTK. Joseph Irish, Defendant.
are' required to appear on Case No. 4402.ORDER ROBT. 315
AND VULCANIZING March 2S. 11)48. In the abovenamed STATE OF FLORIDA to: Gertrude OF PUBLICATION
ALL SIZE TIRES Court and cauae, wherein Krelti, whose residence" and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
; plaintiff eka divorce. Bradford adirH" la 703 Vanderbilt Avenue, HTATB OF FLORIDA tot R. J. GREEN Temple
V AND TUBES County Telegraph, ahull publish 1: thisOrder Brooklyn. New York. Irish, CM 1.!. U. H. N. A. P P. D.,
In next four weekly lusiieaWltneaa You are required to appear on (anvp Terry 1). Thompson San Owner
In the above named
II 1948
my hand and official March Ilruno, California.You ,
j 24-HOUR SERVICE aeal at 8tarke: Florida thla F.b.ru..rY Court and cause bradford wherein County plain.tiff are required to appear on
14 1944OFFICIAL seekS divorce.
BEST MATERIALS ( SEAL) A. .1. Thomas. Telegraph aball publish thin' Order..
In next four weekly Issue
Aa Clerk of said Court. USE
GRADE "A" RUBBER SSach H. Dou ; Plf. 2-M 4t 1-13 at Htarka, Florida. .this February ..
Atty. for
Guaranteed e. 1944. 666
I) Workmanship
COUNTY, FLORIDA I.N CHAN- Aa Clerk of said Court.T. .
PHONE 79 Frank Landrum Btarke. Florida -'LEARN
Bonnie Thlgpen Rldeway Plain. Alt?. for Pit. 34t 1-1 Cold Preparations
It/d..wa/ -
tiff Defendant.va. William Case Edward No. 4424. IH CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. Mej.........al4alveNo.e Drape '


STATE OP FLORIDA to: William ; : Plaintiff va. Frank
Edward Rldeway, whoae residence Ad.l'N.Ni
Temple Garage Temple Ave. and addresa la No. 8 Madden! Drive!, J under the

South Dorchester You Carolina.are' required Terrace to Navy appear xara on ;; Rom where I sit.. Ay Joe? Marsh.

March 23. 194(1.( In the above nam. _
ed Court and Cause, wherein plaintiff -
aeeka divorce and reatoratlon
of Maiden Name. Bradford CountyTelegraph
REFINEMENTin shall publish this Order -i # and
In next four weekly Isauoa.Wltneaa Mapes
hand and official teal \
i-: every necessary detail (n a Service at Starke, my Florida. this February

\\I available! locally and widely known 20. 1946. The Streamlined House
J. ThomaaAa
for its modest cost its wholesome (OFFICIAL Clerk of said Court.T. STARKE AIR PORTFor

courtesy and always tactful tympathy. Frank for It: drum. Starke z-zi Florid 41 1.16 Theotherdayaeoll.tructIontlrm "Too kn.w," qnotea OHie. "It

Atty. I set up an exhibit in the) courthouse take a heap of living to nuke a

IV COlNTY.riOHIU COnCEIT CO!'RT..*I BRADFORD IN: CHAN-: truara.They built a Dew"hoa" of h....'

caJa V. McDnnald, Plalntltt. YB. the future"-and Invited folks to Looking around I see what Otllairn'Bit.
DEWITT C. JONES Mary LillY McDona.ld. pet.ndant. see It A room crowded with mem-

AMBULANCE SERVICE! Case Nn. 4430.ORDER OF. PtTRLICATIONANI Drew quite a crowd-with the oriaa of a life well spent-and the Information

> NOTICE TO APPEAR women sighing over the shiny friendly habits of a happy home

Funeral Director Lilly BTATB McDonald OF FLORIDA whose wlilanca tOt Mary! l kitchen and the men admiring the from a blazing old-fashioned fire, Call V.. S. St. John142

STARK PHONE TOur M Flrar Street. Poe Mill Greenville 1.1 I heating units and Insulation. to a mellow glass of beer with
South Carolina. I where I those
friends. I
to appear
You are' required All except Olli Mapes. H. looks
local funeral home enables us to March 25. U41.and In cause the, wherein. above I I around a spell and CON tome. things do more to make a home or

offer conveniences and services not rf.Tntiffaeeka divorce..hall ,Bradford tlal.Order 'I When I set there ne's sitting bethan modern streamlined gadgets.

otherwise available. County in Tel"lr..1I next four weekly publleh Issues.Witness I fore his old dutch fireplace.: with Maj. Richard G. Kidd, A.U.S. Res.
lid 11.1
my hand .nd this FebruarY' tiU feet on the screen and a mellow ( d
Florida. 80e1. M.ttpfcwasr4ea4Pe
Iul4: the highest service at the lowest price and seal at Iftarke. I
type 21. 1944OFFICIA.L gUM of beer in band. at Phone 63BRADFORD
J. ute Insurance policy In force. issued by ANY com- ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas .
i payn>ei>t In part or In full on a funeraL Consultation Aa Clerk.r. Duncan-01 said Court.DI/ Lynch BWja ...
obligation. R. kaonvllle. Florida. Atty. for Pit .laiUJ

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Jaw Owner of DairyTo east of Starke and held civil service Teuton, said, the enterprise will So You Can't Buy Dress Material? As, C.Clerk Durrance of said, Court.J Law. Exchange IN rinrtiT:. COCpyCEIIYTY

employment ae a steamfitter. make especial etrpea" on cameras Building, Jacksonville, Florida FLClICII\1\ n1:"IbP.
Resume Operation He wUl cultivate approximately and other supplies for amateur Use GI Bandages, Says Quigley & Davis Atty. for Plf. 3.1 4t 3-12 Dor Knll'hton l

which and will furnish tiff. v. W OSlfendrrfet
30 acres of the property, photographers, IlIlalll P
TM former Mathews Dairy on Includes dairy barns, home and photographic service of all kinds. Wonder what a GI would say IN: rol'NTY CIRCUI'r, FLOHIUAI corirr. BRADFORD IN CHANCl t.ndant.ORDER Case OF No, D1rondort

State 13 south of Starke, closed farmland.The No marked change In ,the estab- if you told filtti that the attractive ::l( AND NOTICE Pt'IILICA1'1f>
I assisted In lishment's general policies will be evening gown modeled in the Marlon Perry, Plaintiff vx.. Robert STATE OF lo'U'nIOA nl'1i I
Jar several years, will be reopened owner will be photo at right by Miss Edna Perry, Defendant Case Nn. 4439. S. DICenderf..r, "'hOOt ronldk I
made. I address
business by a brother, OlinKK OF PUBLICATIONAND Is Deanedaie
under the ownership:;>> of F. I* the dairy veteran who was The Zevln brothers, Irving and Noegel foster daughter of Mr. NOTICE TO APPEAR -or- William 8. Dif,, .Pen n.h
W. O. Clough, a
twoaesathat and Mrs. J. T. of Starke STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hubert General HoapltalAPO ""
dough within perhaps Jacob who have' been In business Quigley Iii
after eight master New
recently discharged I Perry whose residence and address York Now
it waa announced yester- months' hospitalization for wounds here for four years, announce no was made of bandage material la Unknown. I You 'are' required. fork

day. immediate plans for the future contained in 12 front line first You are required to appear on April 1. 1946. In the to aboey'.."I
incurred in, Germany. 1, 1948, in the above named Court and ,
the but said they will continue aid packets April wherein pk'
they divorceo'
Mr.- dough who purchased Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks ; I ,
property some time ago from Roy their residence in Starke Hard to be'Ueve. isn't It? But # seeks divorce Bradford County Malden Name, BradfV'U110"' ,
from Doug- Ocala Vets Purchase such is the'case.. + Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Telegraph shall publish thiG 4
:Mathews Is originally next four weekly issue In next: four weekly iI,,

....- C*. and more recently of Local Camera Shop Rites Held SundayFor The enterprising firm of Quig- Witness my hand and official Witness my hand I..uo.and, I
Fktelka. Since September 1943: he I ley & Davis local lumber and seal at Starke, Florida,' this Feb- seal at SUrke, Florida' "'J
:27, f
ruary \DU.
'Hollywood Camera Edwin PerkinsEdwin ruary 27, 1948.OFFICIAL .
aouth- Sale of the
40-acre tract
farmed ,
bas. building supply dealers, finding ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL
and Gift Shop, 212 Call Street, their usual sources of supply well A. Clerk of said Court, A. Clerk of said CourtJ' T1"
to Bul- Perkins 12-year-old lIOn been T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida T. Frank I.andrum,
choked have
from the Zevin of Mr and Mrs. Warren Perkins nigh off | Atty. for, PIt. 3-1 4t 3-23 Atty. for Plf. Stark. P1
W.C.T.U. lington & Teuton, formerly of I died at 8:30: a. m. on his birthday pioneering in the salvage of military -' 3.1 IU.

Ocala was announced this week. anniversary, Friday Feb., 22 In surplus materials, convertingthe (r

1 If you drlvon" drink- The new owners are both recently, St. Luke's Hospital In Jackson ex-OI equipment to varied

TIM mljrht hurt aomromt.If I discharged veterans. Joseph R ville. He had been confined to civilian uses. EVERY BRANCH OF

r walk-Don't drink- Bftlllngton who has been In photography the hospital for 24 days and under All went well until Mr. Quigley .
You might get'hurt. I for 15 years, receivedhis went an operation last week. returned from a Camp Blanding -

drink-' honorable discharge from the He was born in Starke and wasa auction one day' recently loaded

If you talk-Don.t army several months ago. Robert member of the Baptist Church down with 6,000 first 'aid kits. Y

Yen might be quoted, I L. Teuton completed five months the Bradford High School Band How to turn these to some practical n 6 u ra. neeH.
If think-You won't December. The
you of sea duty and.the Royal Ambassadors Sun- civilian use had everyone

drink", anyhow. young men are natives of the day School organization., He was' stumped for a, while until Mrs.

-Slpa'( frees Evanston I state, having been born and edu- a 6th grade student at BUS. Quigley conceived the Idea of creating 3

ImaGI.8.) cated in Marion County. Services were held in the. Bap,1st dresses from the bandage 1 11a "i .

Under Its new managemente Church at 2 p. m. Sunday with material-: dress ,goods being about I ; r Ak

_, s the Rev. L. D. Haines in charge as scarce as everything.else these C. Wall Agency
' and arrangements were under the days. ,

announce that I am back in direction of DeWitt C. Jones. In- No sooner said than doneanda

terment was in the family lot In neat school dress requiring the
Starke as Agent for the Peninsula Life In- Crosby Lake Cemetery. material in six1;kits,'was made, as I I

Survivors are his' parents Mr. well as ,the very feminine formal

surance. I appreciate the patronage that and Mrs. Warren Perkins; grandmother shown here, which required 12 I Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED

Mrs' W. H. Perkins, kits. Miss Noegel'8 old-fashioned
was given me when I was agent in 1944, and Starke; three aunts Mrs. Annie coiffure is composed of ringlets ,

will continued patronage. talaon and Mrs. E. B. Searing, which were "put, up" on scraps
appreciate your Starke and Mrs. R. B. Trask, of bandage material.,

Lakeland; and four uncles E. R. ,
It Is stated that the Army is
Poppell St. Augustine, J. C. Pop- details '
distributing .of the Qulgey'a (
M, C. THOMAS AGENT pell. Plant City T. O. Poppell, experimentation work both in
Lakeland and J. W. Poppell El
military journals and overseas, CARD OF THANKS
INSURANCE CO. Paso, Texas. where it is believed that this We wish to FOR SALE House trailer with FOR SALB-6 trailers, I ??
,PENINSULA LIFE Active members use express our appreciation tires, custom built, fair condi- built of heavy beaver bun
pallbearers were of surplus first bid kits can help to each, individual who! tion. Reasonable Inquire Coca- ply waterproof flooring bur
CoURT STREET Gf the Intermediate Royal Ambassadors combat the clothing\ shortage. The donated blood, and to each one' Cola plant. Itp 1x12 cypress Can be u.ed ul

; Billy Miles Charles Mooney kits which contain up to four who In any way whatsoever con FOR SALE-1 B-room house completely Nick's SH.y.totefr Trailer down.Camp Selling, starkilMl tfcj
Ralph Alvarez, Jr.,Maxie Carter furnished. with electric
I yards of material, also' have a tributed to the care and comfortof refrigerator and electric hot
; Jr. Smith And Joe Mon-
I ; diagonal piece practical for mak- our precious son. We will be water heater. 3 adjoining lots, GREEN COVE SPRINGS-For I k_
teith.: The Junior Royal Ambassadors newly fencd. P. O. Box 348 Ideal tourist trailer
ing children's 'aprons.and under- ever grateful to who has camp
were honorary pallbearers everyone or apply 311 3' Church St tf business. location lmm, .)li]
wear.Considerable. aided us In any way In our Immeasurable adjoining Naval tin... Hlverf,
and members of the Junior De loss LIST YOUR FARM CITY AND or highway frontage. J. T. |
Ctothiggjand partment of the Sunday School attention was at- BUSINESS PROPERTY .. -. don Jax. Ph. 2-D617.

Rang "Living For Jesus" and tracted several months ago by the Sincerely, : iSTAOUT ARMY SURPLUS DDT BOMB-jiL'
Starke firm's Mr. and Mrs. Warren '
"Near To The Heart of God." experimental con Perkins Fountain corner Walnut 4 kJ
struction of small\ buildingsfromempty and relatives t son Starke.
Out-of-town persons present Included -

Shoes :; Mrs. R. B. Trask and son, ammunition boxes. A small .E ESTATE RE}"r'Greatest HOUSE FOR RENT-WHIi II

: Avon and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. cottage was constructed from IN I-IHCIIT COl'lfT. lllttDKOHD advertiser ef cosm- and water In house, L'nturt mllnl
or partly furnished. >
..... Poppell of Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. boxes t at the corner of Jackson CKHY.Julena COl'NTY.. 'KLOHIUAl. IN CHAN- try property. Has made ever of Starke on Kalforii Road, H1
J. 'C. Poppell of Plant City Mr I and Thompson streets and photo Homlne Mar cue Plaintiff /3.0OO sales ef Homes-farmsAereaany way 48. See Arthur Dal]
frs all the)
FOR Barer over
vs. Claude L.
detailed Defendant.
graphs and information '
R. Miss Ava World. Free llsllnoc.
and Mrs. E. Poppell, Case No. 4438.ORDER oscsi
Lou Poppell and Eugene Sanchez concerning: it appeared in the OF PUBLICATION E.STROUT REALTY AGENCY FOR BALE!--15 4A Kuff pulleliJ

oC St. Augustine J. W. Poppell of Southern Lumber; Journal and In .STATE AND ,NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Claude Represented Locally By English one brood Leghorns cock, 2|30 Barrfd; I Hani R fall

The Entire Family various army papers. Thousandsof I*. MarcuM,' whose residence and address F. O. HOILINGS WORTH laying '2,60 each; huchl
these boxes have been sold not Is Unknown. eggs-New Hampshire Until
You are 116 So. Walnut St. for alward: eggs, 1 do..n for I
Political only in Starke, but also in Gainesville April l I, 194 required, In the to above appear named on 1 mile east of Starke, Rout.yv .

Ocala and Cither surrounding Court and cause, wherein plaintiff MATTRESSES of all. kinds renovated .r D. Faxon.LIBERAL .
Announcements towns for eeks! divorce aft restoration. ,i! of ) furniture upholstered andfeflsilshed. .
is d the construction of,.ga Malden name Bradford REWARD for any I
daY bargain county Drop us a card.
Every :, y '..OR REPRESENTATIVE; agee.and other slbtat.}...truct r s., Telegraph shall publish this>Order. HASTINGS: MATTRESS Cd[,-lox formation. boat leading medium to size reconrrl, illif
In next four weekly issues. .
1: hereby announce my candidacy George W. Thomas, local carpenter :? i 230. Palatte. Fla. tf feet long, painted gray trim*
for the office of Representative In Is now\( engaged in building teal W.ltness, at Btnrke my Florida hand and, this official Feb FOR BoLE1room house with red.on top pitch Infcml\
from Bradford completely
atihe *' the State LovlBlature ruary.88, 1946.OFFICIAL wit tar taken from east mi]
; : County subject to the will of the a one-car garage for the Qulg- ( SEAL furnished with electric refrigerator Sampson Lake recently. NotlfilO. !)
) A. J.
In the. May 7th Thomas fas range, heater and
Demo ; at the Kelly P. O. E'ux 109 liar|
\ leys and Jacksonsite As
rltnary. Your vote and supportwill ,Thompson! Clerk of said Court. hot water heater. P. O. Box 348
A" be greatly appreciated. of the box cottage It will T. Frank tAndrum. Starke, Florida or apply: all 8. Church St. /Starke.! Fla.
Jaka, P. Koberts. Atty.. for Pit, J.I 4t 3-23 tf Olii
-- >e' used for demonstration purposes FOR SALE 1 Hart Pal

FOR STATK '"HKPHKNBSII'ATIVia' ; ,.ana particular advantage, liw' cmcriT rot'IIT. nntuvonn OIRL-23, desires job. Three :years Tractor-'SOO. A. on L. Kahr steel;, front Jr.. E rubil..1..lFla.
STAR Store I hereby announce my candidacy as pointed out by Mr. Quigley COUNTY, FI.OIUU.'IIAN., office experience, but would. be .
for reelection to the office of State C'EUV.Motelle Interested In other types of work.
teprenentatlve. from Bradford for garage construction is the : Oraham. Plaintiff vs. James Can type. Write P. O. Box 468 FOR SALE-Pure Jersey row i r
County, subject to the will of the unique shelf a n.d compartment 13. Oraham, Defendant Case No. or telephone No.. 114. 2-22 4t second calf, heifer. No lau l
Voters at the May 7th Primary. 4448. Price '125. Wm. F. Con, (W
Having nerved. In the 18fll Sen-ton space afforded bYthe empty boxes ORDER OF PUBLICATION FOR SALE-13 acres of land with Lake Road at city limits )-l\\
I 1 feel that the experience gained along the inner walls. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .20x24 foot low house, celled. 1500.
and friendships created will be of STATE OF FLORIDA to: James cash or terms 3 miles southeastof 'FOR RENT-Two furnished ap[ l
rent value to the people of Brad. Box construction Mr. Quigley E. Graham whose residence Is unknown Starke, In Kenny Orlffls set Phone f
r I ford County and Florida If I am reelected believes will\ become increasingly ., tlement. Owner W. L. Llndsey, FO" HALE:- "Uker.ene( rot"
to this office. because offsets You are required to appear on 818 N. Orange A vs.. Ft. Meade, retort used little, wood a' MAt
Your vote and support will be recognized It material April 1, 1946 In the above named Fla. 3.1 4tp price to move. W. H. ; '
highly appreciated. shortages and Is cheaper.The Court and cause wherein plaintiff Waldo., Fla. JUt
N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr, seeks divorce. Bradford County FUR MALE 43 popular IIwlnerphono..rlLph .
INDUSTRIES WANTED price of the boxes Is less than
Telegraph shall publish this J
Order records (Good mans, WANTED Colored girl to.
TO the .. District Me. 3, garage will be built In McIntosh Witness my hand and offrclal cated In my collection 2So each housekeeping. Will furnish
Bradford fo..tr Florida. seal at Starke Florida this February Hear them from three to six p. portatlon. ReplY to Box H1
FOR STARKE I hereby announce> my candidacy from empty ammunition 28, 1948.OFFICIAL m. A. W. Anderson Jr., Itp
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
for re-election as 'County Commls- boxes and farmers have been purchasing As Clerk of said Court. ,
,4 loner of District No. 3. subject to
them In large numbers J. C. Durrance. Law Exchange
If re-elected
the Primaries In May.
The following i. a partial list of new industries I promise to continue to work for for' smokehouses and miscellaneous Atty.BuildingJacksonville for Plf. Florida
4t S-Z2
the best Interests of the District A COMPLETE SERVICEAll
structures. Two box _
suited to Starke and for which there Is and the County as a. whole. buildingswill
Upon this promise I respectfully \ be raised at Lake Swan near IN CIRCUIT COVET BRADFORD

mmple labor & a ready market In this locality: on solicit May your 7th.vote and. active. support Melrose by the Christian Missionary COUNTY.. FLORIDAl IN CHAN.CRRY. .

Your. very truly Alliance\ for use In the group's Robert D. Eptlnur, Plaintiff ve.
E. L. CRAWFORD. annual conference. Bssle O. JptlnaD.f.ndallt.! Case
1. Peanut Butter Factory. No. 4447.
2. Vegetable Processing No. 3 NOTICE TO APPEAR In One
3. for Ornamental Shrubbery and I hereby announce myself as a El Paso, Texas, :Mr. and Mrs.S. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Esele
i Nursery candidate for County Commissioner D. Carver and daughter. Mary O. Eptlng, whose residence Is un
For pecan citrus and other fruit plant- from District No a. Havingserved known.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dam-
aa county commissioner for one You are required to appear on
Ings. term I feel that I am fully quail. eron and Mrs. Carmen Broscom April 1, 194. In the above named.
I'lanf.j' fled and If elected will give the Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
4' Dehydrating second district and the county asa of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. reeks divorce. Bradford County '
5. Termite Control. whole the best service of which harlsey Perkins and Mr. and Mrs. Telegraph shall publish this Order -ckcmeM
1 am capable Bill In next four weekly issue !
6. Livestock Auction Market. W. Mitch EdwardxFOR Epling and son Edward of Witness my hand and official
Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. T. seal at Starke, Florida, this February ri:
7. Orange and Grapefruit Juicing Plant COUNTY: COMMISSIONER! 4 D. Rickenbacker of Bronson. I*. 1948.OFFICIAL .
District N. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomae.EARL'S ,
for local'trade. At this writing I announce my-
elf for reelection to the Office of
8. Leather Tanning Plant. County Commissioner District 'No.
; 4, Hampton Graham and. Theressa you find it convenient
9. Cigar Factory. to the Democratic voters In the primaries -
7th. If reelected to
t'h; 10. Distillery for Turpentine Products. ; this office I will continue to die.charge .. make use of our
the duties connected therewith
LL... Creosoting Plant for Lumber and Cross ner. In On a that. fair promise and Impartial I will greatly man- One-IUlf Mite South of Starke on Road IS facilities, affording ''you

Ties. appreciate your vote on May 7th.
12. Factory for Clothing. Thanks.. Respectfully .All Kinds of Auto Work expert dry' cleaning and

13. Hosiery Mill T. C. Chastaln. efficient laundry service all in the same plant?
ALL WORK USED Wrecker Service ,
14. Furniture Factory. Dletrte N*. 1 GUARANTEED: : AUTO PARTS DAY OR NIOIIT I

15. Strawberry Cold Pack. I hereby for member announce of myself the Board a candidate of ". Now that wartime labor and material shortages Itse
16. Crate MilL Public Instruction District 1, com- '' ''

i g 17. Well Drilling. rising laving served North Btarke In this and capacity Lawtey.before WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARS largely been solved we take.pride in offering you our

.with three year as chairmanof
i 18. Storage Garage. the board. I feel that I am fully improved laundry and dry cleaning service the kind
qualified and If elected I promiseto
19. Hatchery. discharge the duties connected of service knew but which
therewith In an Impartial manner. we you deserved all the time
20. Ice Cream Factory. -J Moore.

t 21. Turkey Farm FOR SCHOOL-...! BOARD"t.L# Starke Chamber of Commerce was sometimes impossible during the emergency.

f 22. 100 5-acre tracts of good well-drained I hereby fishnet :Ne. 8
announce my candidacy
land uniformly laid out and platted for Instruction member from of the District Irbard'of 1, subjectto Public NOW OPEN A growing town should ever be on the alert to bring
with suitable roads
or, streets. the will of the Democratic votersIn
the primary of May 7. If elected In new industries but don't forget the industrieS

TAare- are just"a few suggestions to Veterans the promise to office this to to carry responsible the best out of the my position duties ability of 1 Boosting Starke for YOU! you already have! They deserve your patronage. tOA

and others who are now looking around for and active will support greatly and appreciate vote on May your 7H. Resolve now to patronize home industry for greater

B. Crosby.FOR How Can You Help?
good business opportunities. For further information prosperity
SCHOOL HOARD during the peacetime years.STARKE .
or advice.contact. Ulatrlet No. a t -
1 hereby anounce myself a. can PAINT and CLEAN UP!
didate for member of the Board ol ,
Public In.trllctlon. District I. comprising
Hrooker, New River Gra List Housing AccommodationsJOIN DRY CLEANERS.z
Starke Chamber of CommerceStarke ham and Hampton subject to the
will. of the voters In the Democratic
Primaries In May. If elected to UP TODAY
this office. I promise' to discharge
Florida th. duties connected therewith In a
fair and Impartial manner. Your I and LAUNDRY STA1 a
vote preciated and support will be highly ap- Courthouse Lawn Phone 190

I Your