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: April 12, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Bureau Urges Operationrket Proposed Hospital Given Hearty ApprovalAt

measures Here;were Pledges- Support Mass Meeting Held.Here Tuesday Night

..portanl and acted upon &* a I Plan To Reopen .

f the Bradford County Canals From Board of County Commissioners Gets I
at the Court Hoover To Head I Red Cross Total
t rau Friday night, where Santa Fe To Waldo I Register Tonight "Go Ahead" Signal From t
members present and,a numberwere / Of Interest to fishermen and Rotary ClubJoe I II I Tonight. Friday April 12. In Stands At $3862 Enthusiastic Crowd t

of the Farmers property owners in this sectionis the last night which the officeof !

ration dUcwed and a resold a project inaugurated by the the Supervisor of Registration The Board of County Commissioners, seeking an ex-

9 requesting the State' towns of Melrose and Waldo, and( C Hoover, prominent will be open In the evenIng Still leas than half the assigned pression of the will of the people concerning a proposed hos- I

Board to operate toe' interested people from Starke, Starke photographer, was elected before the bunks clone at quota, Bradford( County's 1946 pital for Bradford County, received a "damn the torpedoes
the benefitlierj Gainesville, Orange Heights and president of the Rotary Club at 5 p. m. on .\prl1'O.. Red Cross fund total now stand! full ahead
for speed !I" mandate from enthusiastic citizens at- i
year Keystone, to eradicate i water The office* will be kept open $3,86216 to
; and pledgingnd the annual election of officers at according an announcement -
here tending a mass meeting in the courthouse here Tuesdaynight. f
of the hyacinths in big and little Lake i held here Wednesday. tonight until 9 p. m., arc-onl I yesterday by Chairman -
cooperation Santa Fe, the canal connecting InK to the Supervisor, J. K. E. J. Dahmer. Although late I
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little Santa Fe with Lake Alto, Florida Power Dupre&manager Co.of the I Kelly It Is open dally from I reports have been coming In from Climaxing more than two hours of discussion of all
madeto Light was !
servation of food and the canal from Alto to elected Juntua 9 to 12 a. m. and from 2 to all districts, Mr. Dahmer states phases of the project was a rising vote showing unanimous

feed the starvingother Waldo. i M. Smith vice-president, secretary, and and C. H. A p. m. that there are still many sections approval of steps already taken by the Commissioners and

countries washy This program, which will make. Nasworthy, treasurer, were re- -- ot the county where little solicitation in effect urging them to proceed with negotiations. Not a ,

County Agent L. T. the lakes and connecting canals elected to their offices. The Rev. has been made. He urges single dissenting voice was raised when M. O. Harrell. who I

a resolution was passedthe navigable, ts being financed by W. J. Churchwell was elected ser- Red Cross Workers 'chairman of each district to presided over the meeting as-

Bureau pledged co- voluntary contributions and John geant at arms. From Local obtain complete coverage. chairman of the Hoard, asked : at least the next three or four
in carrying out the Ambrose of Waldo reports that The new president and vice The following. returns have if there were any present years, and with the assurance

program proposed ,by approximately $600 has already president will take office at the Cited For ServiceFriday come In this week: Starke business who favored dropping all efforts that approximately $40,000 a

dent's Famine Emergralttee been raised in the towns of beginning of the Rotary year in I dlHtrlct, Fred Guy reported to obtain a hospital for year for the next three years

It was pointedthis WJI.ldl>-and, Melrose. It is estimated afternoon, April 3, Col. $85, A. J. Thomas $21, George Bradford County. Four or would go toward a hospital, it Is

country Is sending that the cost of labor and July.The members Chas. S. Kilburn.. Commanding Kopelousos $25. Residential section five in the audience did not considered likely that this would
nut six million tons ofe chemicals will total about $1000. followIng were Officer of Camp Blanding held a : Southeast Starke, Mrs. O. convince the FWA that the

million tons fats and Park Winter of Waldo Is sec- elected to( comprise the Board of citation ceremony for several of ..:. Stansbury $99; Mrs. T. H. vote either way. county could carry Its share of

lil and smaller quantl- Directors: J. C. Hoover, J. H. the American Red Cross county Osborne, additional $1.50 from A thorough explanation l of the load.
retary and treasurer of the committee -
er Items, and that It Is In charge of the project, Dupre, Gary Ennis, Fred Guy, chapters surrounding Camp Blan- "HS teachers group; Northwest costs and proposed methods. of i Chairman Harrell stated that he l

ary that every personIn and Interested in makinga Jos. E. Wilson, Roy Ward, C. H. lingThe ceremony was plan- Staike, Mrs W. B. Sewell $35. financing the project was made believed the Commissioners would ,
conserving these anyone Nasworthy and Junius Smith. ned to do honor to the women Lawtey, Mrs. O. W. Roberts. $127, by A, J. Thomas, secretary of be willing to go along with this < .,
contact Mr. Win-
ood. ter or T. L.may Hamiter 'at the Flor Under by-laws of the organtza-; who have served so faithfully as L. H., Futch $31.50.' Hellbronn. the Board and County Commissioners plan of financing, but that It I { i
elected to I j than, the ninth member of the volunteers In the canteen operated Mrs. Muriel Norman $10.37 The- who stated that an ade- would be possible only with tho r j
ida Bank at
tees; were at staten I Board will be E. L. Matthews, at Camp Blanding. essa, Miss'" Ida Hagan an additional quate hospital, built according to cooperation of the Board of Pub- a

this county of two The Alachua County Board of who retires as president in July. Judge E. K. Perrymar, past' $10. government plans and specifications lie Instruction and possibly the +
the promotion
in the county; County Commissioners, Waldo I chairman of the Bradford County For the pant four years Miss would cost $258,000$40. City .Council. He then called upon
ilustrics District, will render financial 000 of this .
Hears Chapter, accompanied the Bradford Ida has covered the Theressa district amount would be for Arthur R. McRae, county ,,
le Committee: Eugene assistance In case the cost runs Legion equipment, The county's shareof
County group which included on foot, making a house to superintendent of public Instruc- j
reeman Hodge, V. R. I over the anticipated figure. V. A. Loan OfficerThe Mrs R. J. Davis, who served as house canvass. This year be- thta total would be $100,000, Lion, for an expression of sentiment <
Futch, I
Mrs. Lonnie representative and received the cause of illness, she has been un and the government would fIn- from the School Board Mr. 1

nn Green, and Mrs.: A. Jig' Day' PlannedAt regular meeting of the documental citation for the group .able to see everyone, but still ance the remaining $158,000 under, McRae replied, "The" School Board j j I

local American Legion Post was from Co!. Kilburn,: Mrs. C, F. plans to call on others who she terms of an act now pending In has not yet made a decision.,, We j I

k Commltte W. M. EdT Pine Level Church held In the Legion Hall Tuesday Ward, Mrs. Eula Whlgham, Mrs. Is sure will contribute when she Congress. would like to have more time."
Crosby, E. R. An- On Easter SundayThe evening.. 'Olin White, Miss Elsie Duncan, can get around to See them. The Several months ago the Commissioners All angles of the matter were

d their wives. A loan guarantee officer from Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mrs. W. total from Thereasa so far is employed the firm of thoroughly discussed and among ,:

leclded to have a county Pine Level Baptist Church the Veterans Administration in H. Nollman Mrs. T. W. Oliver, $46.40. Reynolds, Smith.. Hill to rep the ,alternative plans advanced f I<

Ic for the Bureau andt will be the scene of a happy Jacksonville gave a very Inter- Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Miss Lucille Rev. John Franklin, chairmanof resent the county In this matter was Che use of the health unit '

up to the Board of event on Easter Sunday when a esting talk and explained many Mitchell, Mrs. W.' B.: Sewell, Mrs. the Negro Division, reports $8 and try to obtain a grant of $8- building on Church Street if it

and Executive Commits basket dinner and all-day service things: In connection with loans K, G. Duncan, Mrs. W. G. String- from' Mt. Nebor Baptist Church, 000 from. the Federal Work were possible to' have it turned

the plans. will be given in honor of the under 'the G. I. Bill of Rights. fellow and Miss Melba Strlng- Lincoln City; $1.25 from New Agency for the purpose of financing over to the county by the Public

m Bureau,, composed of boy who have returned :from the W. 'B. 'S weJl, a member of fellow of the State Farm Mrs Hope Baptist Church. Rebecca specifications preliminary and other; plans and, Health Service. However, It was '
service of their W. E. Middleton, Miss Madge necellaary the concensus of opinion that the
country.L. Redding solicitor
with ; $5 'solicited by
members, together of the
the Legion and president I. groundwork ,,(nr a.hopiUl amount Tie .. rStnodeUnff! i
W Chandler >isaryVf& "
Mlddleton, Mrs J. ,
Charity Williams
liu and including many F. Chapman, superintendentof local bank, spoke briefly -on the Brooker, and here \
i farmers of.,the county, .the State' 'Prison.. .Farm.;; will benefits which may be realised Mrs.' F. H. Long.Mrs.. V. F. $2 from Reno DivIsion; Sarah ported Recentlythe that this request architects was be-re- and the enlarging this building; plus
equipment ,
start and be the the 11 Stump, Mrs Joe Cottrell and Mrs. Jenkins, Pleasant Orove School
off guest'speaker at chapterand ,
to a good by members of the local Barbara Breazealle. ing held up by the FWA because would almost, total the $100,000
ted that It will acoomi o'clock hour and there will be veterans. 1150.
other home-town the did
held In the agency believe that sum that, the county would ex-
The was
i good for the farmers other speakers throughout the about 35 Large contributions coming in Bradford County could finance Its to
There were persons Officers Club and a pleasant tea pend get a finer larger hospital
unty. day. The public is cordially Invited both members" and visitors, present hour followed the presentation this week include DeWitt C. Jones share of the hospital cost within with government aid It
to attend. talks following Funeral Home $50; Cecil WhItehead the next two three
to hear these and or years. wag also pointed out that the
a Lawtey, $50; Coca Cola Offsetting this doubt the
Mr. Hurst's speech on public health work would probably
tee Voting Fire Endangers round-table discussion was held Bradford House Bottling Co. $26; Carl Johns $25; part of the FWA, Mr Thomas be continued and It wouldbe I

and many personal problemswere Changes HandsJ. L. A, Canova $25; F O. Peterson called on State Senator CharleyE. desirable to keep the present
Gasoline presented for considerationby $25; and Bill Cainaslont$25. Johns to explain the methodby building for this purpose.

; April 22 At Bulk,Station the uroup.Woman's: Levon Andrews, who was which It Is now believed the I Dr. M B. Herlong summed up

recently discharged from the Scout county can obtain the necessary the sentiment of many when he

A fire which could have had Club Hears \ Navy after two years of'service, Troop $100,000 In the next three years stated that since we would have
e balloting by Demons very serious consequences with has purchased the Bradford House without the necessity of a bond to spend $100,000 or more to get

of Bradford Countyt five minutes more headway was Youth DiscussionThe on South Cherry St. from Mrs. Issue or Increased taxation. Senator any sort of hospital at all, it I

to be outside ,theKay quickly brought under control Virginia Hiatt and will operatethe Meeting TonightA Johns pointed out that be- would be foolish not to take advantage -

7, date of the first Wednesday afternoon at 2:30: o' Rev. Fred Yerkes. acting rooming house and dining cause of the phenomlnal tourist of the government plan,

will begin In the office clock when a grass fire near the rector of St. Mark's Church, was room with the assistance of his I season Just experienced In Flor- thu! getting much more for the

Judge E. K. Perryman S.A.L. tracks between Madison the guest speaker at the April mother, Mrs Scott V. Andrews, the reorganization meeting for ida, each county In the state will same amount of local' money ex- '
y. April 22, and will and Woman's Club Boy Scout troop In Starke receive around $00,000 In race pended. It wa also ,
and South Streets, spread meeting of the It was announced yesterday will be held pointed out ;
through Friday May 3, ignited oil and gasoline soaked which was held Wednesday afternoon Mr. Andrews attended school In the at tonight 8 o'clock.(Friday In track revenue, rather than the that If expansion became neces I:
armory Mem-
nounced yesterday. ground at the Shell Petroleum In the club building. He Williston and Is a nephew of G. bers of the $33,000 that has been customaryfrom sary In the future and the hospital t''
Troop Committee
d Democrats who findIn Corporation bulk plant.here. spoke on/ "Youth Conservation"and W. Andrews of New River. Several all boys who and of this source In the past. here had ,been built according ,t
were members
other counties of In built home Bradford County has been dlvld- to government '
Believed to have been startedby discussed It particularly years ago a either troop In the specifications,
on the date of the first a spark from a passing train, connection with the plans being near Colley's b I a c ksmith shop ed to attend. Prospective past are urg-new ing Its fund equally between the It would be possible to( obtain additional 1

ay cast their votes In the fire quickly spread to the made by the community for the and his mother lived here whilehe members are Invited also. Board of County Commissioners' funds from the FWA,

'ntles, writing In the pump house, within four feet of use of the USO building under was In service Fred Guy, chairman of the and the Board of Public Instruction whereas If it were built accordIng -
their Board -$16,500 to each It said. to other
choices was praM
In Bradty tank containing the direction of the School grants from
4100-gallon Troop Committee
a this week
races recreation. A Youth announced Recognizing the fact that both i the government for' future ex-
2000 of high test gasoline for youth At The TabernacleThe the
gallons appointment of Edward
Boards. In need of
nd in department has are Increased I panlslon would be out of the
women stijl the Conservation
and also dangerously near an- Shull, Sr., as Scoutmaster,
".y obtain "War Bal- other tank containing 800 to 1000 been added to the Woman's Club 13th Anniversary serviceof Mr. Shull has Indicated a great funds, Senator Johns pro posed I question.
as that each be given $25,000 from i Among those present and makIng
sending their with Mrs. E. K. Perryman of the Tabernacleand t
requests gallons of fuel oil the founding Interest In Scouting and has promIsed the current
racing revenue, leaVe forceful arguments for a hos-
tary of State R. A. chairman. Mission Hall work will be
and to the
of the fire give boys an active
Early discovery ing a surplus of $40,000 to goInto pltal here were Dr. J. M. Hem-
Tallahassee evening
calendulas ,
who wille of nasturtiums held Friday April
action the local fIre'department Vases program. The time and place
quick by the hospital fund. There Is l bree Dr. M. B. Herlong, Dr W
requests to the prop- could were placed on the! presI- Special music will be renderedand for the regular
averted what weekly meetingswill
s. every reason to believe, the Sen- E. Mlddleton. Dr. H. II. -Adams,
and as a of the membership,
easily have become a disastrous dent's desk, the piano a roll call be decided Friday night. ator stated that Florida will enjoy Dr. A. Y. Covln< be
blaze with five or ten minutes centerpiece" the table. and reports of the work will In addition to the chairman, the a booming tourist trade for j Johns, and E. W. Hayes. '

o Helpof headway., The president, Mrs. R. A. Green, heard. Troop Committee Is composed of
Barbara Breazealle left The Youth meetings are gaIn- the following members: J. H. Du i
and Mrs. Church Of Christ
Alexander Shell agent
C. J. B. ,
Office stated yesterday that no., esti- after the business session to II attend Ing In attendance. If the parents pre, F, S.-Smith, W, H. Graham City Tax Books I
State Convention( ofWoman's took as much Interest In C. H. Nasworthy, and E. L. Mat-
the i'Lord. Teach Us To Pray",
"man's club to'
the damage
mate of
has under- the people are doing City Clerk Carl Johns announced -
in Lakeland as what young thews.
Clubs will be the next Lord'sDay
lie ..couldbe subject I
of providing_vol- ment In the pump be accomplishedIn
could yesterday that tax books have
I the chair- much more ., ,,1
ho "and delegates and program at the Church of Christ In
will until electrician
keep the Cham- made Burns presided Juvenile problem Some Law- been closed for 1945 and the delinquent .
their Mrs. Edward Christian Church Btarke.
mmerce office open on other technicians had made : man of the meet- folks were noted In the congregation tax lint I I. now being
remainder tey "How The Spirit Leads" will :
burned the
afternoon was : over -
and Inspection. Wiring We
and will be
Sunday Saturday night. prepared published
Services for the First Christian be
the evening topic at
"wit. It Is considered out and no gas or oil can be I In/ out of town during May. Property owners T45; p.
trust to see
to made. Brown played Church for the week of April 14: m. The Wednesday night Bible
the until repairs are Little .
office open pumped visitors. who have not yet paid 1945 taxesmuit ,
times Dreamer' and "In Bible School 10 a. m. Morning Study class will discuss "Speaking -
as well the "Beautiful the do before 20 if
night April
as Next Saturday young no ,
as piano solos. Worship 11 a. m. Evening/ Wor- in Tongues" The minister,
ours, since there are St. Mark's Hanging Gardens" people will enter a contest with they wish to keep their property
and ship 8 p. m. Prayer meeting W. Herron. extends a cordial wel-
In t8 provide
town on Thurs- The club voted the children In Scripture finding. off the delinquent tax list I I all.Wasdin.
Wednesday 8 m. come to
of p.
eons and Sunday de- The sequence of Lenten Discourses arrange for the planting the This. promises to be Interestingsince The Rev J. Herbert Berry of

"rmatlon about housing by The Rev.. George Alexander namental shrubbery around office the children are quite goodat Jacksonville will speak at the Recent Births I Building ,
matters rector of Holy Trinity Chamber of Commerce this type of work. service the subject,' I (
1f, Mitchell is chairman Church In Gainesville, will be building. Mrs. O. L. Beasley.will as Sgt. Marion Crawford home on "The Challenging Personality". Linda Voncllle WilliamsonMr. I R. S. Wasdin has begun 'con. ,)

oman's Club committee completed In St. Mark's Churchon chairman of Beautification asked( each furlough, Is welcomed back Into He Is well known all over Florida -. : and Mrs. L, V. Williamson structlon on a 14 by 44 foot concrete -

the necessary person-' Friday'evenlng at 7:30. be in charge. She also the orchestra.W. having been connected with of Theressa announce the birth ofa block addition'to his, filling !
dog- t t
.s Project and she asks Palm Sunday: Morning prayer member to plant at least one add B. McKinney violinist, who rescue work for many years. daughter on Monday. April 1, station on Temple Avenue.

\teers! contact her for and sermon at 11 will be preceded -, wood tree next year a* they of the has rendered valuable service At the evening service the pastor in the Alachua County HospitalIn This I* to be used when finished e 1

"tans. by Church School at 10 so much to the' beauty through the years will be greatly will speak on the subject, "A Gainesville, The baby ha for greasing and washing cars

e o'clock and followed by Young missed by the Tabernacle. He left Glad Welcome". At the Wednesday been named, Linda Voncllle. Mrs. and a hydraulic lift Is being Installed !

ne C, of People's Service League at 7:30 town.Plans for the annual May Tuesday! to enter the Army.It evening service the 19th Williamson Is the former Miss Mr. Wasdln has not decided -
C. .
p. m. During Holy Week, the I Breakfast were discussed. Mrs. was learned that Mr. Mc- Chapter of John Will be Discussed.A Gladys Hersejr.JOHNSON at present whether he will :
nsor Dance united noon-hour devotions In j w Kincaid a. social chairman, Clarity, an Atlanta lawyer, will cordial Invitation 1* extended f operate the station himself or
Church are commended i I I arrangements.I be the first speaker on the National lease lt.Graham.
the Methodist i i will make to everyone Jto attend any and
IY'reorganlzed Keystone to all. There will be> a I I George Kopelousos, Mrs. Christian Laymen.* Evangelistic all of these services. Mr. and Mr Roy Christopher

-01'amber of commerce communion service In St. Markson I''Joe Cottrell, Mrs. H. W. Lappe Association Convention I Johnson of Rte. 2, Starke, an- BaptistRev.

tone a Spring Frolic at Thursday at 7:30 am. and ,'and Mrs. M.V.. Cressler wtjl meeting here on April 28.JEAN Girl Scout NewsThe nounce the birth of a son on Woodrow Flynn Baptist

r:1: 26. PavlUlon Friday The Three Hours" devotion be-!: welcomed W the club as new March 29. Regional Mission Superintendent

Admission will ginning at noon on Good Friday. members. REESE regular meeting of the Girl for,Dlstrlct No.. 4 will conduct a
W Rees
lrhp'r*>a and reminded of their 1st Sgt. and Mrs R.
music is Churchmen are Refreshments of sandv Alabama an- Scouts was held Wednesday afternoon Robert Chantey Varbrough week's series of meetings at the
by In this I Maxwell Field
Cecil Osbome responsibilities tea were served of 2 Mr. and Mrs. Yar- C
$ spiritual Iced of daughteon at 3 o'clock. Patrol No. Charney Graham Baptist Church beginning -
Piece war's birth a
orchestra of first Easter tide without -V" hostesses Mrs. Bertha noupce the March 30. The baby will have charge of the program brough of Lawtey announce th r on Monday night April 22.
extended ,
1 of the burden and a welcome Is seuon'swonllJp NOo lIi. M rs.. has Saturday been named Jean. Mrs. Reese next 'week. All members are I birth of a !son. Robert Charney, Everyone' Is cordially invited to
in the Bstta.wiS
Starke share
C of C to all to Green. I asked to attend the meeting next on April 5. attend.
rector Is the former f .
f)"' Will SPecIal* invitation by the acting i I and Mrs. S. L. Peek. [ week.-Scribe Marian ").{caae. ,
>e welcome. Yerkes.



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I j schedule will be observed. Ham Logan, Defendant, Cage No William D.
Methodist Church lIr
DependabilityBy IlIon.llI
I herd-"The Spirit of God What II AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR .Atty. for.Plf I.a, .
1 is Christianity?" I STATE! OF FLORIDA: to: William Ie,
EMtabUahed 1877 Tuesday: The Rev. L. D. Haines Logan, whose realdence and addremi .
EX L. Matthews _____________ Editor and Owner Bob Jones -"The Cross and Throne. Why la Unknown. MAY
You are required to appear on
Recently tale writer noted with Did Jesus Come?" April 19, 1946, In the above named 'Ot
Court and cause wherein RADIO
1N.1Med Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second Class Matterat < much interest two cafeterias In a Wednesday: The Rev. W. O. seeks divorce and custody of plaintiff minor SERVI'SERVICE
the Pout Office ft Starke. Florida. certain city. One was crowded. Smedley-"The Need of a Re- children. Bradford County Telegraph I _
The tables in the other were vival Message to the Early shall publish this Order In
Next tour weekly issues
about one-third full. Having a Church." I I Witness my hand and official I ON ALL MAKES
The Go Ahead" SignalIf limited time for lunch and not Thursday: The Rev. J. T. Quig- seal at Starke, Florida, thU March RADIOS
wishing to wait in line in the ley-"The Watchman and the 16, 1944.

doubt existed in the mind of anyone as to crowded cafeteria, we took our Warning. Revive Us Again." .A(OFFICIAL* Clerk of, SEAL Bald )Court.A. J. Thomas j, South Walnut-
lunch in the cafeteria where there Friday: The usual three-hour By Lucille C. Conner, Z>. C. Slreet
whether not the citizens of Bradford County
was ample room. The food was service will be held on Good Fri

hospital and are willing to assume the obligations, good. We wondered why people a a y"' ','SYi'4. 'day beginning at 12 noon. All ,.
would wait in line in one place I ministers are asked to have parton
Invokes i and the other place attracted so the program which will be SEE FLY &
few.. As we left the cafeteria we announced next week. BUY
the grand meeting held in the courthouse Tuesday said to a friend whom we met on i Everyone is urged to attend

night. the street In front of the building, church on Palm Sunday April thePiperCu
Attended by representative citizens from all partsof "Since the food la good in the I 14, and make it a day of dedication -
cafeteria, isn't It crowded?" and consecration. The pas-
business why ;
the county-farmers, men, professional I
The friend said, "You had a good I tor, the Rev. W. J, Churchwellwill
men: school teachers, and politicians-this meetingwas ,
meal here today. Tomorrow if speak on the subject, "The
an inspiring example of the purest form of de- you should return the food would Dr. E. C. Wright Bible lecturer' Embattled Palms".

mocracy-the old New England town meeting where I probably be bad. It isn't a dependable of Aurora 111., will give a seriesof Young People's meeting at 6:45: _
the voice of the people is actually and truthfully heard place." At Bob Jones seven lectures, one each even- for recreation, snack, and pro -

and decisions are made accordingly. I College we tell our students that Ing during Holy Week, at 8 o'- gram. All young people are Invited FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONby

Our Board of County Commissioners and its fair- the greatest ability is depend- clock in the Methodist Church. to attend.

minded chairman are to be commended for presentingthis ability. The' world is filled with Using the theme, "Know Your I I The evening service begins at Ralph Cheshire
who work "in spurts". Bible", Dr. Wright presents the
issue .squart'ly to the people and announcing that people 8 o'clock.
Bible from
Genesis to Revelationsand
the future of the Board would be They do well today but you can'tcount and .service and
course guided accordingly Illustrates his lectures with I Prayer praise ..
The Commissioners were quite right in on them tomorrow. In the more than 300 colored pictures, Bible study each Wednesday at.
long run success depends
wanting the people to express their sentiments before dependability. upon together with maps, charts and i8 p. m

going ahead with a project that is admittedly expen- e lectures, showing the great char- IN CIRCUIT COURT BRIDFOIID Conway-Libby U-fly-It Service
sive, both in initial cost and maintenance. acters, their travels, events and COUNTY FLOHIHitl IJI CHAN
The world la not looking for I CKHY.
The plan presented by the Commissioners indicating brilliant geniuses. It is lookingfor places ln> their regular'order.', Dorothy Logan, Plaintiff, V" Wil- CONWAY AIRPARK
-how they consider it possible to finance the men and women who can be The lectures are strictly nonsectarian -
county's share of the hospital construction from sur- depended upon day In and day and Dr. Wright has no I
plus monies now being received from the race track out. There is no substitute in pet theory to propose. He simply 4 Blocks West of Union Bus Station

fund, and which might reasonably be expected to con- this world for faithfulness and lic"presents is Invite the.Bible" and. the pub- ITCH I Phone 32 or 147 Ring 2
tinue for the next several years, was simple and logical. dependability. A man wants a
wife he can depend upon and a The for the week will
It will entail cooperation on the part of the School
be as follows: Are tormented with Itchingof
woman likes a. dependable hue you
Board and perhaps the City Council, but now that the eczema pVortaitla, rashes, first aid
From Adam to Noah
band. God is for dependable Monday: '
looking -
athlete's foot eruptions rectal ItchIng -
of the have
people county spoken so emphatically in
Christians. Only a small Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Jo- or other externally caused akin
favor -proceeding at once with the hospitail project, percentage of God's children can seph. affliction? For quick relief and .
it is hard to imagine that these other bodies will not be counted on all the time. "Be Tuesday: From Joseph to MENT.rood result Developed use VICTORY for the boys OINT-In

cooperate to the extent of their ability. thou faithful unto death and I Moses, Joshua and David. the back Army home.now White offered EreaBclvsa to the ,folks an- ONWAY'SService

If ever a group was of one, mind, it was the will give thee a crown of life", Wednesday: From David to tl eptlc. Safe for babies or chil
the Lord said. This does not Jesus dren. A name you can't forget, '
gathering in the courthouse Tuesday evening. Our VICTORY OINTMENT-the finest. f/

people had come there-some of them driving many mean that we are to be faithfulas Thursday: From birth of Jesusto !S.ld !. Stark by:" StationPHONE
miles over rough country roads-for the sole purpose long aa we live. That,' of the first year of His ministry. CAHPENTKU't! DHfC STORE
course, is understood. It means H7 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
of showing that they were back of the County Commissioners that we are to be faithful up to Friday: His second year of

in the effort to obtain a hospital, and to the point of dying. In other wordswe ministry.
urge them to proceed with all possible speed. Oil Changing
are to be faithful enough to Saturday: His last year toPentacost. '
When the chairman of the meeting called for a die. If we are that faithful we Greasing
vote on whethtr to go ahead or to drop the matter don't have to have much ability.
Sunday: From Pent a COB t to
where it stood, the entire group arose and there was People around us may be more Waxing

not a'single disst'nting'ote.. That is our idea of co- brilliant than we are, but sooner Revelation.' J .' Washing
operation. That is the or later in this world if the Lord This 'Is a wonderful opportunityfor Y'
reason why we people of Brad-
ford County will at long last realize our dream-a hospital tarries and we live. we shall be- the public to get to know the II ss r Polishing
gin to win oua' rewards. Then Bible better and thus 'x Tire
of our own! appreciateit .. Repairs
some day when Jesus comes back
more. Everyone is invited to
He will say "You have been
t.... ... ,. attend. ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
mmMmmmimMWHummuuinMmuiui' I' MIr; 'muilUimiiuiHiiiimuiUiuiMiiiiKiiiiiniuiiimiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuii" / ""iiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiii'' faithful. I will make you a
The ruler" *. Also during, Holy Week the '71
e Methodist Church will hold a 30-

Often people say "I. want to minute service .each day at noon N AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR
I t-2: Miles South of Starke on Road 28 get a kick out of life". They presenting special music and a DOLT OIL & GREASE ,
mean they are looking for a
different minister to con duct
; thrill. They are. looking for a '
& -DJi Beef & Pork, Hamburgers, o'id good time. They want excite- each service! The following Quaker State ,

Roast Beef & Pork Hot Roast Beef & ment. Life la not made up of DO..1 off
Pork Cheese, Egg, Salami and all Sandwiches thrills and excitement and a good put Oil ,

Soft Drinks, Coffee, Beer & Milk. time. It Is made up of the GET THESPEED Sealed Containers
routine grind of daily living. The ; f SURE ..buyingAutomo1JiIlnauranc e '
mother has to dress the children, '
I A Clean Place For Clean People mend the clothes, cook the meals, '' RELIEF FOR AC/P RIDE

/M ..I.IMHIAIIgtlVIIPoII91AIIIININIUIIlhupr'" ilMiiiuiiKiiinimimmmiim, ,.1 tiiiiiiiiuiiiiii'iimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiilii'i',unmiim, ,'rimnnniiiii, run the house, and carry on day /ND1GESTONCarpenter's FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE
-? by day. She has to do that If BATTERIESLINES
she is a good wife and a good Charley E. Johns
, mother. 'The average man does 1 Inc.
the same things over and over 1 '1 I Agency BUSSESFor
day by day. Routine l Is not tedious 4 4 I Phone 13 STARK :, FLA. JJ/JN,

8 .. if we are conscious that we I Safety OISUlJ'J; I1IVIUI I
are doing the will of God. If we '- Comfort & Economy
think of our daily responsibilities Phone 147
In relation to God's will and Storr Take Care Of It
Drug Representing THE TRAVELERS,Hartford
In the relation of the dally detail I
SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET of all eternity, then the de-

SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM tails and the grind will gjve us --- --
"the stimulating thrill to carryon i
We are

Word to do everything for God's Great having back. Have Coca-Cola
you .
i Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry glory. Mothers who rear their
children for social position and
have back of the bringing of

MAGNOLIA. FISH! MARKET their bitions children will find sordid the worldly dally up grind am- I I I1 11 I I II I II I I I l l y I IIIIII9IFUI f1 II I !hIIV'i '

CAM STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA. very difficult. The mothers who I I II I II

bring up their children In the
nurture and admonition of the<< I Pt
Lord and who dally realize that
God has a will for the lives of
ELECT their children, will In their hearts j

I rejoice that they are working to- 1 # I 4h I Ir
gether with God In rearing sons

: J. P. Make' ROBERTS and daughters to represent Him
on earth. Such*mothers will not
be looking' for "the thrills and r II i
j 1 ,
"the kicks" In which worldly t
REPRESENTATIVETo women are so much Interested.
God's Word teaches that if we

The State LegislatureFrom give a drink of cold water In the
name of our Lord we will have rVV

Bradford County our reward some day. When He /
comes He will bring crowns filled

I 1 HE STANDS FOR: with stars to be placed upon the

i tt?, heads of faithful Christians ,.
1 Christians who day by day have \ \ \
t llospltal thought of everything they did f//i
For Bradford County in the terms of His will and His

1 t # ro purpose for their lives. ,v
:Afore Slate & Federal Fund

I I II For Roeuto. In County / Colored Schools

II I .
I Present PlaysOn
wl llanlnurfaclng Mala Lateral

? 'l Itotult Throughout County Monday night, AprIl 15.: :
I I the 6th and 7th Grades of R.J.E -
Is w,
Better School will 'present two one-act
Public Schools
plays entitled, "Dumb Dora" and no place like home
"Mickey Does His Homework". .. e for friendly refreshment -

1llred8quate The will begin at 8:30p.
, !. School Lunch Program m.program and Is under the directionof To every home come moments when the family heart and hearth glow

the teacher, Genetha Battle.
$ IncreaiHHj On Thursday night April 19. brightly. That's when COca-Cola plays a mighty refreshing part. The /

the 8th and 9th Grades will
I OldIe Pension
\1 sponsor a play entitled "Handy words Have
Man" under the supervision of
\ FOR NO ANY NEW PURPOSE TAXES their teacher, S. E. Dukes. The ice-cold refreshment of Coca-Cola goes right along with the warmthof

On Tuesday April 23. the Clayno -
I. A Vote for Roberts Is A Vote School L..A. Williams, principal companionship and home hospitality.
will present a playlet, "1in- .' 'Coca-Cola'and its abbeeviatioa

For Your Own Best Interests tertaining Beautex". OITIIO UNDII AUTHOIITY O. Till COCA-COIA COUfANT .Y oart' the nalasnd tr.le
l The public is invited to these marks Wluch d-Ongu-h P*
activities. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Tbi Coca.Cola Coop
w. W. Parker


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. Mr. and. Mrs. Johns of Starke ; . --
I visited Aunt Ida Hagan e eState of Jacksonville visited Mr. and I on May 7th. O ..... .. _._ .... _-WIt _._ .... _._,_ _._ -... _
Mrs. J. H. Hundley and Mr. and', Yours very truly.
afternoon.Mrs. E. L. CllA WFORO. For Safety Comfort and
: Farm Mrs. J. M. Bradley from Friday Economy .
[ heressar W. D. Garrett was visit ,. .
until' Sunday Mr. f' r
Bradley Joined FOIL ('O" *TY fOMMUKlOMKnIlUtrlrt !
ing: In Starke Monday. By Mrs. Bryan Whitfleld
SwInd his family here No. :J FOR COURTEOUS
!. James ill Mrs. Ida Bender and e . Sunday and I hereby announce myself a. a ..
son, Paul
r I e e e e. e returned home with them. candidate for County Commlmiloner .
1 . and daughters Van and Velta. of I from DlNtrlct No 2. llavlnanerved CORRECT
1 Saturday afternoon visitors of>' an county commissioner for one 'I ; '
Earlton were BRIDGE (
visiting relatives CLUB 1rs
of Mr* i MEETING: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and term 1 feel that 1 am fully quail INFORMATION
many friends within Sunday afternoon.Mr. I There were three tables of family were Herbert Crews U. I I fled and If elected will rlv.. the
second dlixtrlrt and the
sympathize county asa gckJ
and Mra. Contract players at last week's Please Vhone 147
E. S.
Kelsey their Infant Sibley and S.N., who Is stationed at Pensa- ; whole the bent service or which
j tile loss of daughter Ruth and Miss Grace meeting of the State Farm Bridge cola. and Miss Sara Crews of t am capable .. .. ,4 ,
'ter. Dickinson were shopping In Club when Mrs. L. F. Chapmanwas I \V. Mitch Edwards.volt r
filled Lawtey. Hide Florida Greyhound lines Inc. lluiiaets
Palatka ,
of hostess at her
Squires Gainesville Saturday. home Tuesday "''..'NTY l'ONMIssioNERU4trlct :
appointment here 1Mr afternoon. Joann Smith of Starke spent .la.i 3 UNION
and Mrs. Murray Castle- Her decorationswere BUS STATION
filar Church. Friday with Frances Caldwell. wlnh to announce at this time
y, at the Baptist berry, Mrs.. J. C. Cochrane and i effective arrangements of En route to her home in Bat- my candidacy. for County 1'ommisstoner Temple A>''. LACY CONWAY, A *ntEVERYBODY Stark, P..
Cochrane was host- Mrs. James Swindell were shop- early and lovely specimens of tleboro Mass. I ford of District No. t of Urad- 0' ____ r .... _._. -... ..-- ro
following a visit County.
Snight at a very dehobo' ping In Gainesville Wednesday.W. Summer flowers. When scores with relatives In Sarasota Mrs. 1 am a veteran. of World War II 3S
All the S. Sibley and Mrs. were added Mrs. Fielding Chap- and served In the European Theatreof
party. Delaney W. C. Savage was the overnight ] '\'ar.If .
as tramp.were Dickinson attended church man received a double deck of I elected, feel. r
dressed services guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. a. Caldwell am you may s
In Starke Friday night. cards as high prize Mrs. R. P. aHHurud of a fair and impartialadmlnlntratlon O 1
games were Saturday. to the bent. of my
utJoor Stubbins
were roast- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Van Epps a pyrex baking dish as ability. Thanking you for your connlderatlon -
joyed. Weinera of .Jacksonville are visiting her second high and Mrs. Dennis Miss Mildred Williams of tan, .r
pop corn balls Fancher FSCW :Tallahassee spent last IteupectfullT your
sandwiches a pyrex baking dish In"bingo"
served with parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. 8. U. Denmark.
were week-end with Mr. and Mrs. L.
:a-colas Pac kham. Mrs. J. A. Bouvler,
Mrs. J. P. Dickinson Mrs. J. H Moncrlef and Mrs. A. Shepherd. roil I'Ol'NTV COMWMSIONKHll ENJOYS EATING .
I to report that A.Iran was a Nelle Beavers tea Mro. J. L. Williams went to ..trlrt N.. 4
1 are sorry business visitor in Jacksonville were guests on At thin writing I announce my. AT t
,Is on the sick list this Wednesday. this occasion and Mrs. Chapman Palatka Thursday and visited her .self for reelertUw to the Office of

I Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Throwerand served a naiad course with coffee sister, Mrs. J. B. Segree until County 4, Hampton CommlKMloner.Graham and District Therennato No. The PARK i
and daughter and Sunday. During the time Mrs. the Democratic. voters In the primaries CAFE it
Brown granddaughters, Misses Vera I
n I II "rOUNI> PARTY Williams and Mrs. Segree had May 7th. If reelected to
I Newsome and Glenda Thrower A junior thlH office. I will continue to dill-
of and
group boys an Interesting day at Silver
charge the duties connected therewith *
all of Jacksonville spent Sunday girls gathered at the home of Mr. Springs. In a fair and Impartial man. 4
EOMOORECANDIDATI: night at the home of J. J. Zelg and Mrs. G. E. Crews Saturday Mrs. E. G. Land returned Sat. ntr On that promise 1 will greatly
appreciate your vote on May 7th. Delicious Regular Meals
I FOR. ler.Mr. evening for a pound party. Out urday from Ocala where she had Thank f

,LROAD COMMISSIONER and Mrs. Lester Hall of door games afforded fun for several I' been visiting Mr. and Mrs Ros- Respectfully. T. C. Chnntaln., Healthful Vegetable Plates. i
Starke visited at the home of
hours. Their refreshments co Land for about two weeks.
A GOOD Miss Ida Hagan Sunday evening.W. consisted of sandwiches and Mr. and Mrs. Land, Jr.. accom- Poll it until no inn Short Orders J I
MAN TO SUCCEED S. Sibley attended churchIn cookies and Mrs. Land Mr. I 111.ttk't Nil. 1 ,
punch. panied home hereby announce myself A rnn .
I 'ATTtlEWS : --
C. idldate ---- \
HON Starke Sunday morning. for member of the Hoard of nI
Land returning to Ocala Monday I
(Httinng In Jonuttfy) 1'"I lh' I
Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Johns Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapmanwere > Instruction DlHIrlct 1 comprlHlnK
while Mrs. Land remained
North Starka and Lawtey.
:J. $/ MOORE FOR AU\; and son, Grady, and Mrs. M. Hall dinner hosts last Monday for a longer visit listing nerved in thla 'capacity .U... When Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap! ,
\ FLORIDA i of Hampton attended services at night honoring Warrant Officer fore with three yearn ae chairmanof .
J Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and the hourd. 1 feel thin, I am fully ",
MAKE ALL FLORIDA; the Baptist Church Sunday night. and Mrs. William F. Godwin. Asa children. Joyce and Clifton visit- qualified, and 1 If elected. I promiseto ,, RECAIM'INO

A FOR MOOR, Congratulations of the commiinity memento of this courtesy Mr. ed relatives In Baker County Sat- discharge In ..UIml.rl"the duties. "ronneftedtherewith manner AND VULCANIZING

j Deal T,'All are extended to Mr. and and Mrs. Chapman presented to urday and Sunday.Mrs. -J. II. Moore / ALL SIZE TIKES -
4 Square Mrs. L. V. Williamson on the Mr. and Mrs. Godwin a tablespoon AND TUBES t
AOVCRTISCMtNT J. M. Bradley, S-Sgt. Jack FOIl RCHOOI. IIOnill > .
AID I poLITICAL birth of" their daughter Linda In their chosen pattern.Mr. Bradley and Carolyn Bradley ,,frlr. No. 1 i

Voncille on April 1 in the Ala- and Mrs. M. E. Griner spent made a combined( business and 1 hereby! for re-elect announce Ion mynelf an member a candidate of w 2KIIOUR SERVICE ij j ij

chua County Hospital In Gaines the past week-end In Jackson pleasure trip to Jacksonville Saturday the Hoard of I'ubllo Instruction for HEST MATERIAL
ville as guests of relatives and District:: No. 1, con Trlsing; twtey j
ville.Miss and North .Starke. If .. ., to (GRADE
Ada Beth Padgett of friends. V. N. Geiger returned A group of the Farm's teen- thin Important office I will continue "A" RUBBER .

Pr Lawtey was a weekend guest of with Mr. and Mrs. Griner and has agera had a "get-to-gether" at' nf all to xcliooliVIn work for the the county bent Interent I win Workmanship Guaranteed j

.p Miss Inez Neel. visited them and Mr. and Mrs.J. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie appreciate. your vote and support'

/ Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rhoden M. Bradley this week Yarbrough Saturday night. Their I In thu coiiiliifr Primary ,on May 7Iteippctfullv PHONE 79

1r 1 and Miss Thelma Rhoden of Capt. George Manassa of Atlanta refreshments consisted of welneis J. t:t. (Huridy) Norman. 1,

Starke were Thursday evening Ga., was with Mrs. Ma- and cookies with coco colas and
guests of Mrs. S. R. Swindell and nassa and their children at the their entertainment was a varietyof FOIl IlalricIe tCII001. :, HOllll. It STARKE TIRE SERVICE 1

II family. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. outdoor games. I hereby announce. my candidacy ,
for member nf the "oard tif 1'tihlln
Master Larry Swindel spent a Stringfellow during the past Mr. and l Mrs. M. C. Roberts liw.triirtlnn from DlntrU't 3, subject Adjoining Temple Garage Temple Ave.FARMER'S .
few days last week with his had as visitors during the past to the will:: of the temocratln: Meters
week.Mr. In the pilmiiry tit May 7. If elected
friend, Wesley Webb in Lake week Miss Bobble Beckham of
r I / I and Mrs. P. D.' Fancher In thin responsible ponltlon I
Geneva. Starke who spent Wednesdaywith promise to carry out the duties of
and Mr. Mrs. Dennis Fancher
and the office to the bent. of my ability,
Among those enjoying picnics left last Thursday for Baltimore. them and Mm Milton Simmons and will greatly appreciate. your
and fish fries 'various lakes : Md4 to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. R. and son Tommie of Miami active support und vote on May 7, t
[PROMPT: H. 1/. Cronby
Friday were Mrs. Sidney Tilest Christie. Their plans Include Mrs. Leroy Evans of Florence '

and family, Mr. 'and Mrs. J. C. trips to Washington, D. C., and S. C., and Mrs Dana Duke and Foil Mf iiooi Ne.no:1\iiiiIllXrlct SUPPLY 'J
Cochrane and family Mr. and daughter Gale of Lake Butler
other near-by points of I hereby anuiince myself a candidate
Mrs. Murray Castleberry Mrs. A. and Mrs. Bob Barkley and who were their guests Monday. for member of the lIoa'd'or, '
I'ubllc Instruction District S,
H. Kelsey Mr. and Mrs. E. S. little daughter; Margot, left Wed- :: Hrooker, New Itlver, comprlHlnpff (Ira- CORNER 10TH & CHERRY STREETS
GIFT SHOP Sibley and daughter Ruth Mrs. hum, and Hampton subject to the
of last week for their
nesday Political will nf the voters In Uie I>..mocratloI'rlniuilen MIKE AIARUCA Owner
W. D. Garrett, Miss Grace Dick home In Poughkeepsle N. Y. In May lf elected to

|110 EAST CALL ST. inson and Mrs. S. R. Swindell. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Walker of AnnouncementsFOIl the thin dutlen office.connected I promise therewith to. discharge In a

I'HONE 80RESENTING' Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and Sanderson were Sunday visitorsof fair and' Impartial manner Your I .
daughters, Willa Mae and Norma and vote and support will be highly appreciated
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rogers .. :p..t'n'II'r"'T.1CI .
Lee and Walter Swindell of Mrs. Effie Johns. hereby announco my candidacy Your respectfully
Alachua were visiting vine Swindell's Sgt Jack Bradley is1 at homeon the for Slate the office Lviclilatur of Urr from*..nt Bradford..tlv III N.1. Lewis. TARPAULINS12x14

Saturday night. Other recuperative leave. County, subject to the will of the NOT'l' M' .
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Domorriulo voter In the May 7th Notice In hereby given that the
June Caldwell
Misses Lila Rae and
15 20
8 primary. Tour vote and support undersigned. I III engaged In bunt x
Jordan. Luella and Melveen Davis will be gr*,.ty .ppr.fliitf4l.Jake ness under the fictitious name of
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. I'. lloberm. Alvnre Store at 109 Went Cull Bt..
Pauline Brannen and Margaret
tltarke, Fla. and Intend. to register $18 $34
family Medicines Dan Ralley are sorry to hear of Reddish spent Saturday at Keystone FOIl ftTtTK "lllIPllKIBSTATIVHI :: the iwld tltloun. name In the Office ..
}Which Should Be On'I the serious Illness of Mr. Railey'smother Heights enjoying swimmingand hereby announce my rajvililacyfor of the Clerk of the Circuit -
Court of Bradford County, Fla.
nf HtuteHepreHentaUve
reelection to the afflce
I Your Medicine Shelf in the Glendale HospitalIn a picnic dinner. from Bradford -W. II. Ira ha in, tlIar".. Fla. Laying Mash 4.46
Palatka. Mrs. Railey has been Mrs. Reese Bradley and sons County, mibjfct to the will of the ,.n 4t ..1a

I' I' t' f with her since Saturday.Mr. Voter at nerved the In May the 7th I9.ft I'rlirwry.llavlnir t"lon' ., .. '6eJR Starting Mash - 4.75

and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane' Mrs. R. G. Zeigler and daughter I feel hut the experience Kulneilami Broiler Mash 4.75
IS A MIlD. ETFECTIVCLAXATIVE and family, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Judy and little Paul McArthurof frlendehlps| created will 1 he otIIr..t I '

CasUeberry, and Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville and Mr. and! Mrs.R. County value and to the Florida people If of 1 am Bradford 1'..- Pig Ration 4.1O

DESIGNED TO FFOMOTt: James Swindell and son, Larry C. Dampier and son, Billy of elected to this office. Western Yellow Corn 4.10
Your vote and support will be wI'IMAIE -
VIGOROUS HEALTH enjoyed a chicken dinner on the Starke. highly appreciated.N.. .

I PRICE $1.00 lake Sunday. Mrs. S. R. Swindell was a D. Walnwrlnht JrTO F '.J .. "
Miss Elizabeth Phillips of weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. ''1111
I the UunllrirUo.er* of ('.."n'"
DFLO Jacksonville was a week-end Sam Jordan of Melrose. (itimli..liMrr. Illnfrli-t :Mo. Xllrnilforil Ballard & Ballard
I guest of her father J. D. Phillips Dont forget prayer meeting I'olin',, Florida. ,
Splendid TO ORDER
Tonic candidacy
Spring I hereby announce my
and church
services -
Wednesday night ... .
and family.J. for re-eb'rtlan a> County (oniml
$1.50 J. Zeigler and Mr. and Mrs.J. Sunday night at the Chris Kloner of JilHtrlft No. 2. .ubj..rt to OUR SPECIALTY
SchoolIn the rrlmnrl. In May. If re-elected. FEEDS'
Do Ion suffer with D. Griffis had as Sunday tian Church and Sunday. I promise to continue to work for
guests Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zeig- the morning and B.T.U. In the the brat Intercuts of the UlKlrlct LAPPE BAKERY I
1CKACHE ? and evening at the Baptist Church and the County as a whole.tipun .
ler and sons Tom, Victor J thin promise I respectfullyillicit
lIa.. '0 Joe of Jacksonville. Mr. and each week. Be sure to attend. your vote and active support 4

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t ill B.rk"tl1". Arm wed Lei *
r'l'qu..n' o. Scanty P......
ornlnlr NrnxRtk,., "fcen Urine

''III.1.'rklJ'1'are now.rnn'I"t tar'..Warning.nd.taking'. to ..K'O'llO..11I1..1.... !the, ;f'f'I'; I

rt lrlne and, hln........ ........... the Geyh Uh 9 6-Point,

k.G R...waste a... .nnllter.and..,. aid work Yea Ibe D'may Kldner.r" .IIml.etc.._ rWkt Program

rrarf "lthla a few ....... je

Ford] Aches Pains $1.00 *. 11 "/**" for the New FLORIDA GREYHOUND LINES

lm] Sinn
y&S mt0t EXPRESS service will be added
A" .. M,'' After unavoidable delays In manufacture .
Itmtali rO '1 has been promised at an at an early date. 'All seats reserved. Free pl-!
Ie I "-. > delivery
1118 t; t ;(. A't ) arly dot*. These new sup.r-buses Incorprfrate ,A DO R7 CVr lows. Steward service. And other,luxury features

,. ij '_ : t tj : eJ many advanced features that promise anew will be provided tdNnake your Journey one of
.", / conception of luxury and safety In highway uninterrupted comfort and plea lure.t. .

one Rose DUD : (. tk t travel. %
I r.. : :
,..,, 'Ie"'n. minor' Irritation ft UIe
oonutJOft common to the x.

.:?La'h.featly..*' ".<>"M lml..Un alla. ...Iu.unnatural.', nee- ', NEW AND IMPROVED PASSEN t NEW AND FINER REST STOPS are atop

MkhdolAaid' I GER STATIONS era well beyond the ""I priority, and will be provided along
to JMmtaln. H-..... I
- $1.00man's <* -.- blueprint stag. They will be pushed to com"j r all Greyhound routes. A rest stop at attractive

|II| pletion |just os rapidly as materials and labor Wayside Inns, where delicious meals and light

Comfort [x; T become available. Passenger comfort and t Ij .:JiI'\' refreshments can be had quickly and courteously

For Douche $1.00 .. tl pleasure hat been foremost In designing new -.. -at modest prices. t I '

Greyhound stations. .-
no-Eze? s *,i S r...../ .

fleW be loosening tile choke \ ... & T&* /t/

call which Is preeeot Ia r:' b >D o \1V\Cf. g* NEW AND BETTER SCHEDULES MODERN COMMUNICATIONS. Two-
ltioftll a
01 Bronchial Asthma, Ir'Jb""!' flg 9 C<< Svc\ g tfv6 TN. or. being put into effect with arrival "" way radio between buses and stotions

bin 7 ,iI"Itnotinc. comfortable G dcs 1"t\i&b" bnt *fi ;, ,r* A jt of new equipment and the return of many of .-y ,, now being Installed on many Greyhound lines.

- PRICE $%JSO A 1 q1l 'OU toaa1Tu oi t'C<< v \ %. .)J our veteran personnel from the armed aerY.. Teletype (TWX) service Is being now used at

eFp's Salve ,t.? of oo\G.1CUoc1 '- cpD ...,. ices. Fait, frequent schedules will assure you f many division points for greater efficiency In
For T cats I 1 btu vfA ot.** I... community one of America's finest transportation .1i1 dispatching of buses and expediting of passengers
Piles, Cuts and c 1P""d services. to points of destination.
V? '
Sores 65e aod e1

ldusive In uvCarradine This Section %&; &j UNION BUS STATIC. '

Phone 1 n SUrk. ]FU. GREYHOUND ,

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II pu SOCIETY and CLUBS Ladies AuxiliaryMet McConnell-Keen I(I Baptist Brotherhood Mrs ed ,her Bxown.duties as treasurer as secretary'and; and reports I Confederate collection of leltel1 lit"

TuesdayThe ".. i I 1 Enjoys "Banquet from various officers were t The hostesses anceslort,
I Plans ,
read. were discussed by Mrs. 1.111.'
Ladies Auxiliary of the The Brotherhood of the Bap the historian, Mrs. L. A, Davis, "freshments Vining served

Junior Club Literary Theme ,Presbyterian Church held Its tist Church gave a banquet in the and others for Memorial Day exercises with of ,Ice erdeta
monthly business meeting in the t church annex Tuesday night. :The which will be announcedlater. cake.strawberries, and
Has Buffet SupperThe Used At Party emphasized in While the
Sunday School room Tuesday tI Easter season was the rues"
For Miss Noegel afternoon. The president, Mrs. I decorating for the event and a Part of the historical programwas little refreshments daughter
Junior Woman's Club ,
H. E. Boelter, was in charge: of delicious turkey dinner was serv a letter written. by a Con entertained ploraq I ,
ored their new members and re Another in a series of parties at the
routine business session. Re ed. pint
I the federate ancestor of Mrs. M. F. eral
turned old members with a buf af SECUM" the home Circleof beautiful .
"ECUM Women's
ports were heard from the manse j The Business Brown. This letter was writtenin selecuol1l
fet supper /in the club house Wednesday 'I of Mr. and Mr*. J. T. Quigley, In charge of unusual talent for >
committee and the nursery com the church was one
M16A 1861 by a youthful hero named The W iii I
of last week. T
night was given for Miss Edna Nopgel h Assisting were Weeks
mittee. Paul B. La Lane, of Colombia be Cba.
The social committee with Miss and a few of her friends, Thursday Mrs. E. L. entertained ,In '
I The group decided to meet at Mrs. C. A. Knight S. C. Mrs. L. F. Chapman talk- L, A. lie,
Lillian Stump as chairman, pre evening, April 4th. I the church Wednesday morningto Biggs Mrs. Ted Simmons, Mrs. ed interestingly about her larger and Mrs.Davis, /Mra, J. 1
pared a delicious fried chicken Dainty Invitations were issued, work on new seat covers. T. F. Landrum, Mrs. V. II. Car- W Q. Halle

supper This was served buffet requesting each guest to bring a Mr J. M. Mitchell reportedthat r den, Mrs. R. A. Green Mrs. L. F. I .I .I --
style from a long table covered biographical sketch of a famous she and her daughter, Miss I DInkins, Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs
with a white cloth: and centered poet. The reading of these Lucille Mitchell with Mrs. Boel tl 'L. D. Haines, MI'!!. L. H. Jen
with an arrangement of honey- : sketches was Interspersed with ter had earned $25.70 In commissions t. nings and Mrs W. B. Mundy, Jr. I 'wvp
suckle, and smaller tables were music and furnished the first for selling magazine subscriptions I Mrs. Green: also played for
placed about the room. There hour of entertainment for the Auxiliary. + ,,' group- singing during the even-
were about 25 present. ?,* The following poets were j 1

The president Miss Lucille studied: Shakespeare, Longfellow, W.S.C.S. To MeetThe \ ing.The main address of the even- ;; jaa
Mitchell, presided over a business Poe, Emerson, Whittier, Tennyson ".-- t Ing was given by Blanchard Law
session and plans were made fora Lanier Hawthorne, and
WSCS of the Methodist Mrs. Nelma Keen announcesthe who spoke on the "Resurrectionof
dance to be given in the clubhouse others.
Christ and the Christian
Church will meet Monday after-
on Friday, April 26. An The music consisted of Instrumental marriage of her daughter, Candy Filled &
in Walk. The president, O. A Bunnies Basket
noon, April 15, at 3:30: the Patricia Ruth, to Major Harold I
orchestra will be provided for and vocal numbers. There
of the
Wiggins spoke briefly aCcomplishments
Church. Circle Two will be In
H. A.A.F. of Charleston
McConnell -
dancing. Plans were also com were also a couple of recitations; of the Broth l'- Dresses, All Ages & Sizes
charge of the program. S. C.
The was
pleted for a Silver Tea to be after which Indoor games were ceremony hood. Hats Flowers & Straws
.Mrs. Titus Olson, who servedas 25 in Brunswick
given in May. Mrs. J. R. Wain- winding with a treas-
enjoyed ,
up Guests included J. T. Prevatt,
to the recent WSCS Hand All
a'delegate 'Mc Bags Colors
Ga Mrs.
Major and & Sizes
wrlght is In charge of arrange- ure hunt which led the group out Russell Norman and G. L. Sappof ,
convention in Tallahassee, will
ments for the dance and the en of doors. The burled treasure, Connell are residing In Washington the Heilbronn Water Oak Plastics & Leather.
tire will with the tea. metal give a report of that Interesting D. C. for the present. -
group help when found, proved to be a meeting. The president, Mrs. W, Brotherhood. Others present were

: E. MIddleton will preside. I T. H. Harding, S. E. Sparks, O. "The Way You Look On Easter
Sessions-Johns ''A. Wiggins, C. N. Geiger, M. F.
Depends On 'Where
Try JOE'S GRILL box containing balloons rubber Warren, B. T. Thomas, J. D. You BllY"
Mrs. Stella Johns
balls, sparklers, etc., with which announcesthe Doyle, C. G. Priest, B. Law, R.
the young folks made merry and engagement and approaching X* Alvarez, Jr., Bobbie Turner,
Highway 13-3 Miles North of Starke marriage of her daughter, Marian
enjoyedoutdoor games until a Maxle Carter, Jr., Wesley An-
Claire to Hal C. Sessions of Minneapolis
For The Best,Of late hour when refreshments were drews, N. N. Prevatt, L. F. Dink-
served In the outdoor dining Minn. ins, :(I. L. Fuller. P. M. Barefoot,
Fried Chicken Shrimp Oysters room. About 18 school mates The wedding will be an event J. Williams, Ted Simmons, Rev. ,
and friends of, Miss. Noegel were of Thursday June 27 at 4:3O: p. L. D. Hatnea, L. A. Canova, C. A.
present. m. in the ,home of the bride's Knight: James Peterson, J. P. FO
or Steaks. W. 'MteKinney: who leaves brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Roberts, Max Carter, Sr., and R.
this week to enter the Army and Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth in Wal V. Turner. '

Sgt. Marlon Crawford, home on do. Rev. Haines, pastor of the

r ... .. .. furlough from Korea, added No Invitations will be sent, but church, announced that the meet-
greatly to the musical program all friends of the couple are Invited I Ing on Monday, May 6 would be I
with a violin duet. to attend. addressed by N. Carson Gelger,,

DOl IT NOW and Sunday School Superlnten-
I dent, P. M. Barefoot. A Name To Remember
Mr. Harding announced that on
June 13th the Brotherhood would
Get Those 'White Shoes Ready : ; have Ladles Night and would

for Easter Sunday, April 21st'' have with them the State Brotherhood a
President, L. K. Edwards SPEt'llIlIIALf/ FJMjFOOI
: and State Secretary: C. A. Hoi-
WE HAVE THE'RIGHT POLISH ThatVlnnome Class banquet at after what seems like years comb.

the Baptist Church last Friday and years (and probably has Plans were discussed briefly
For Every Leather night has certainly been the talk been) They're still residing for a new church bus and mem
of the town the past few days, in famed. Oak Ridge, and Jack bers left early to attend the hospital ,
t f and I honestly expect to see some admits sheepishly that Ruth mass meeting in the"court-
Plenty of White Polish. Also Colors of the girls appear in the Easter knew what they were up to In the house at 8 p. m.
parade wearing those ravishing atom plant there almost a year
For Two-Tone Shoes crepe paper hat creations that before he did And some folks U.D.C. ChapterMet '
Thelma Jennings concocted and still say thata woman can't keepa CAN N ON'

I used in the very original center- secret! "' Jack an' Ruth,,' Alan Last Week .
We Still Have"S'ome'EASTER piece for the speaker's table ,' Ann Go'ulpie, Virginia ''an*
,_n : .;.CANDY. '_ Said centerpiece consisted of a Junius Smith and the Nat'Stern Mrs. Marcus F, Brown and 220 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE. FLA.
huge, bowl of sweetpeas sprouting bergs gathered at' the Kuntry Mrs, L. D. Vlning were co-host ,
IN\ONE-POUND BOXES. V .)' seven colored stems on which: Kitchen JaIl( Melrose Saturday eases, to' the "W. T. Weeks Chap- -SATURDAY-SPECIALS
Better Buy Now Supplies blossomed these mad chapeaux night to celebrate Nat's birthday ter, '.tTDC oft Wednesday afterndon' = 'h
.Hmlted. that' would put Lily Dache' to Hear the ,Goulple'a carried ot last week. The spacious 14 OZ. BOTTLE .

shame Gladys Canova was the cake with 36 candles (a subtle living room 'of Mrs. ,Brown's ''
one and down Call "? home was tastefully decorated GIBBS CATSUP 1
showing 'up
form.of flattery I presume) -
:! t'I, Street Monday, and it is hard to = with radiance roses, nasturtiums

'' "' I believe what the Jennings' art I lupin, gypsophella and other
Plenty of Egg Dye + can accomplish with a pot of ,Wedding bells are slated to ring spring flowers, all tastefully ar
>> 1 paste, a, bit of crepe paper, anda out soon after the current school; ranged in bowls and vases. PRINCE ALBERT Can -1 1
pair of,scissors term for Luella Davis and Lyle The president Miss Madge ,
Easter Baskets ; a 1 t Nolan of South Carolina LuIs MIddleton, presided and the meet- NO 2 CANKENTS

The banquet*HM built around a member of the senior class Ing was opened with the Lord's
and lives the State Farm in FIELD PEAS .
April Fool's Day and Easter I at prayer repeated concert, after ,
Stuffed Rabbits ; themes, and' favors were dunce Another Interesting event scheduled which the United States and

caps for the'men and bibs with I for May, when Bill Parker and Confederate flags were saluted. ALL SNUFF, 3 For .
"baby" Inscribed on them for the fiance' Vera ill! join Mae Parker Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin transact-
And Other ladles '. Mrs. Charles Harper I and Tommy, Mercereau for a
Novelties't gave a parody toast to the men, double wedding .. Hear IIllleeRosa' charge 2 Ibs. SWEET POTATOES 2
Fred wired her
/ T and the guest speaker, Elizabeth husband
.. Hoar 'twas quite a congenial
Saturday that he had arrived In
Provence of Jacksonville, demon
strated her Ingenuity by jotting the states after nearly two years party Keys Saturday that went, under down the to Cedar TOILET TISSUE Roll .D ij
Koch Store down another clever one on the overseas As luck would haveIt guidance -
Drug of Nettle Tucker chartereda ,
mother had
same, them, while listening to Btllee and per just boat'and
I deep sea fished thru
the original! Mrs. Fred Pel- left to look for a home near their Roll
in Arkansas Fred Sunday A little motor trouble ,
of the class, relatives
.. .. .. .. lum teacher presented out
.I".04 at way on the briny deep !Interfered -
MlAs Provence with a pair of was discharged Fort .Bragg
nylon hose as a memento of the Tuesday and came on to Starke somewhat with the ang r MARKET --
occasion (Why doesn't some- Sighted along Call Street: ling but they managed to catch
plenty to bring back home FRESH
be Ernest Davis and wife down from
one ask me to a guest speaker -

"' ?:,..-:.. some time?) I', > Solomons Md. He's been Biggs Among, Bobble the group Cameron were Freddie Bobbie PORK lb. 2
: .. with the Naval Mine Warfare SPARE RIBS -
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:.,..:' ; :, ;\ "t.> '" ..i':, ': ... Nice to see Ruth an' Jack Testing Station there for several Wlmberley, Jean Davis, Maxie ,

: ... ,:: .'; .:. : :k. 7.: .. Scanlan back in town for a visit; years and will soon rate a dis- Carter, Jr., Al Hartmann Katty SLICED
and Red Monteith Bill and Alyce

Graham and several others .
r 'Twas so successful that Nettie TENDERIZED HAM lb. 5

Is organizing another group for ,
af this weekend .
!t re ,, fA'RK' Fresh Dressed & Drawn POULTRY

J +',. : next So.long, . See you Carolyn in the AT ALL TIMES _

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Returned by Popular Request _
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"Call, Of The Wild"STARRING : Vete on May 7

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EasterDRESSES' __ The Florida CIO 1n annual convention in Tamped'
Clark Gable Loretta ou g h March 17, 1948. adopted a resolution asking :
>+ defeat of our Congressman; Emory H. Price end L,
w w-
Jack Oakie Into motion their Political Action Committee
to defeat
Beautiful \ .. "
II'I And A Cast ,of Thousands F The Political Action Committee of the CIO Is can has nol
led Price
( bY'Sidney Hillman's Communiits.
CREPES I ALSO ; and will not let Sidney .Hillman or his .
his legislative, action in Congress.A
candidate for office can use tricky, d'-'
slogans A candidate can agree with all> slJes .preIi"
5.95 to 9.95 t \, all tfllNUf>tll, but you can see Price' record it rtit'for
: Itm-lf. We fought shoulder to shoulder pith "
I1; I\ I t\\ Night Club Boom"Featuring In the past. lie now ha* vigorous, well ,inan kl'tll'

r determined opposition..If you want to ht'It.i ,,, If'
America strong (and there are those who d \oTl

Scores of Big Name Movie Stars Emory H. Price ox"ffi'"cantudate-: &' office and

Night Clubbing See How The Money The Them]
Robbins'FORMERLY People Will Not Fail Those Who Have Not Failed
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SITS of LOCAL NEWS Mtaa Barbara Keen of FSCW Miss Ondlna PAGE FIVB
in Tallahassee Church- 'Burl and causer, wherein plain ,. .
spent the ',0 ,
with weekend well spent the weekend with Mrs. tiff seeks divots Il...dfor her mother, Mrs. Nelma Garfield County" Telegraph shall
Evans publish
ana Mrs Charles Burton I Friends will be glad to know Keen.Mrs. Beach. ( at Coronado ,Id mwiipK.WltnvKH..In Order. In next four weekly j i' MEN --- DRESS UP

Wednesday from Wash- that Mrs. Mallory Thomas, the Fred Harris and children Mrs. R. M. Lee and son Bobby real l at Starke: my, Florida hand and, this official April
Mary Lou
where I Mr Burton waa re- i former Cpl. Virginia Eversole, was and Yancey Kate, of have gone to Philadelphia, Pa., 10. 1948.OFFIC1AI.
dlachBrged. they wm visitowe discharged from service on March Gainesville are spending: this to join Mr. Lee who is attending .(\.. Clerk nf< SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas, FOR EASTERIn
and Mr and Mrs. J.erson 20. She had been in service 14 week with Mr and Mrs. Lex the university there, Mrs. Lee I Hy uc-llle C. Conner, n C.
months Green. Z"rh II. Unll.-I., Onlnenvllle, Via. ,
and al
awhile. Camp and son had
Blandlng spent
for I several weeks Atty. for Fir..
4-11 4t3 I II
left Sunspend since October. She Mr. and Mrs. Leon here with .
I R Wainwright and Mr. Moorer of her parents, Mr. and ; A Pair of
a few days with her I ,Thomas were married on March Jacksonville spent the weekend Mrs. E. J. Dowling : I i\ ('''U'II'r ('ot u'r mi \i.roiii>
D. T. Clark inand 20 In.Lake Butler and with Mrs. Moorer's ('OI. \T1. Kl.Ullllltl>> !" 1-\M-
In-laW :Mrs are makIng parents, Mr. Mrs. W. J. Churchwell returned -' ('.:rn'.
their home here. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Tuesday after a visit in Miami I!, Krttrlcy. Peacoi-k Nndler Plaintiff. Freeman Shoes
Herbert Cloversettle Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Thomas and Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent the with her daughter, Mrs. T. W. X"IN.. Pnvld 4(177.( Nadler Defendant. ('".."
Bertha Loper of Theressa Mrs. P. S. Denmark are spending weekend with her brother and Caruthers.Sgt. OHPKII OF ITHLICATION
Jacksonville Monday and several days this week in Miami sister-in-law, Mr. ANI NOTiri3 TO APPKAH
n and Mrs. B. Fred Ross, husband of Mrs. STATE I OF FIX>}lir>A 'lo David
Miss Loper Is where Mr. Thomas ; I I 6.95
slay where is attending Haynes In Winter Haven. They Blllee Ross, was Nadler. whose rewldenre I and address to 8.15ROBBINS'
discharged at 1
from an 'I a meeting of Clerks la 4431 Winchester
treatment of the Circuit were joined
,0ing i by their sister, Mrs. Ft. N.
1 Courts of Bragg C., Monday after Atlantic City, New J..r..oy. .Avenu.I
lanai Florida. Emily Favor of Miami. They 3 1-2 years of service. He served You are required to ,.
visited May 13, 1946 In the above named .
Cypress Gardens and at- 18 months in the ETO and returned Court .and cause, wherein plain
tended the boat races at Lake to the states last Friday.He tiff seeks divorce llradfonl
Alfred. County Telegraph" shall publish I
was a combat infantrymanwith thin order In next four .
TO THE 1040 VOTERSIn Before you find yourself In a fix. the 66th division and was : I.HII\ex.VtntKM!, weekly :
Better my hand and official{
celt-phone 116. 4-12 Sip an instructor at Camp Blanding 1..1 nt Htarke, Florida, thin April
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Sr., Mrs. before going overseas. Mrs. ROds I 10. to46.,
School District No. ThreeI Fred Guy and A. Z. Adkins, Jr. and mother, Mrs. Bessie Davis, I, ,(\OFFICIAti. Cleik of SISAL mild )Court A, J. Thnrna ,,
returned Sunday night from a 10- are visiting in Arkansas and will Uy L.nclll( C Conner n. C .'OIUI EIU.Y STERN HERO'S
day trip to Norfolk Va., and return this weekend. T. Frank I.andrunl. Starke, FIa,. I ,. ,, ,' I
Ally for Pit 4-U: 41 5-3 "' IT'" 11,0" ,0 ... t(
Charleston, Si, C. They also Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Edwards I .
visited. in Rocky Mount, N. C and family spent the weekend on I -

regretto Mrs. S. L. Peek and Miss Fran the St. John River near Palatkaas
Peek spent the weekend in guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Drop Leaf[ Mahogany Dining Room Table

announcet Gainesville vl ltlna-- Mr. unit_n__ _Mm__no_ Davis.
DeWitt C. Jones, .1 I
Delegates from the Woman's 1!J I1\ ('uit'i IT ('4)111'r. mi tsi'onueob'rY >> 'w o With 6 Chairs !'
FLotuuts I" t'li t1 \- ;
Civilian Per- I
t the Club who attended the state con- (' ':H\'. i

[nnel Officer at Camp vention in Lakeland from Wednesday Clnrn. Joseph Ileneilli-t Klwootl Clements( flempnlM Plaintiff.VM H.-. Small Down Payment

through Saturday were ferulant. C'HKB !No. 4 an:,. II.". on Kasy: Terms
landing rescinded his tho new president, Mrs. lx IIUEH 01* 1M'HL.KATIO.VANI j
t Green, retiring president Mrs. E. OF FI.Oltll'A to. Jimvph i '' '
for ton :
emission NEW
KIwiHxl I
K. Perryman, and Mrs. Barbara Clpnioiitnhu"e rvnlilnnrrIH
( for Member of the" '4 Breazealle. Mrs. Jeanette Kin- 1337 Virginia.You niuemont. Drive Arlington Electric Clocks
caid is expected to attend from are required to appear on
ri May 13. 1946. In HIP above named.
hool Board and under Tampa where she Is visiting her Court and cause herein pluln-. 'y SIK: THEM:
parents. Mr. and] Mrs. A. C. Dur- tier seek. dtvorc. Hr condition I will not ('oiinly Telegraph' shall publish
at den. Misses
Fran Peek, Della thin Order In next. four weekly I I

candidate for this Roxenberg and the president, I {IHHIIOH.Wllnena. .. I NEW SHIPMENTWINDOW:
t a Miss my liand and official _
Lucille Mitchell, attended 1 nt-iil at Sturke: Florida, ibis April N
fice in the Democratic Thursday as delegates of the 6. 1D4H.OFFICIAL.. J
Junior ( SEAl,) A, J, Tlionm.
Woman's I
Club. They will AD Clerk of said| | Court, '
imaries i of May 7, return Sunday.Mr. Hy Lucille (- Conner, p .' ..,'...: 'w ,, (>" S H A D'E S .
Flemfnir Jon.I'nll/: & llottx, Hnr- m. .r'O<
and Mrs. Hogan Smith had weft National Hank.. Building, Jacksonville I'A
16. as their guests Wednesday nightof Flu. All)'. for 1'Ir.I ! last week, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 4-12 4t C-tl
greatly appreciate the wonderful support that Alnaley and Mr. and Mrs. Vance l\ 'IIUTI'r coiur: Illt \UFOIIU I TWIN y ks" ..
was Little of Madison. Ga. ('<>! NTV, PLOIIIIttt. l> ('11\11-
ten to my candidacy by my many friends throughoute Come and be fitted In a beautiful I.iicloiiM Akin.. TMulnllfr{ v... Evelyn Bed Room
\V. Akin., DefHiul.int. Cane No.
Splrflla for .
District and I hope that some day I will have and NiiinnrnT.-(garment'Mrn. Frank Hoover spring, U13.URDRII: OF rrm.K-ATioM: Suit

C' .rs,-tlere, Sturke. 4-12 ANI I NOTlfl? T(l AITKAItHTATK (
e opportunity of serving you in this capacity_ Iant Stp OF 'I.IIIUPA| In: Evelyn" Suntan Finish
Guests one night; last week of W, AkliiH. whose roHldviire{ IH unknnwn. 4 PIECES

you to know ,that I still have the interest of the Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining were You are required to appear! on
Mrs. HaHn Kenney of Port St. May 19, 1946, In the shove nninod Small Down )>a'ml'nt. ,,., aM. 1
hoots of the county at heart and will do whatever Joe and Mrs. Edna Fuller of Or. Court seeks and cn.tiHt divorce, wherein UrarlfonlCounty plaintiff Hal on Easy: Terms ", ,,,

lando. They were here as rep- Telegraph, "hull {>iitill'hthl
can to advance,their interests. .. Order In next four weekly I
resentatives of the Cancer Control Cedar
ISBUl'M.Wltnex Chests
movement.Mrs. I .* my nnnil and offlrlnl I __ ;
James Shepherd of Jack- seal, at Btarke Florida, thin April Walnut & Suntan -1

R. H. (Russell) GREEN Jr. sonville Is spending this week with 10(OFFICIAL, 1" 48. SEAL) A, J. Thomas. i Finish 'I -rj ; 4 "
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her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. A...* Clerk of said Court. -
Hy Lucille C. Conner H CZnch
and Mrs. C. A. Knight. : H. Don>> B lax, ruineiivlUe. Kla. I With Tray .. ... : ::P
Mrs. Artford Brown of Gainesville Atty. for 1'lf. 4-12 4t &-31| .

spent Monday night with her IM CMtri'lT Cl: >l ii.. IIHVDFOHOfOt I
parents. Mr. and .Mrs.; Hogan !STY. FI.OII1II\I l\ t'ILtV'Mnv. -- 'We Buy and Sell New and Used Furniture

,I Smith, after shopping, with' Mrs. Cheater( A, Pod.ltfcord.A. Plaintiff VMHeHter .
Smith In Jacksonville that 'day. A. Teddycord. Defendant.I IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Caa No. 4872.OKDKK
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kelley of OF PUHL.TCATIOV:
t ii. ,yollY'F Knoxvllle, Tenn.. are guests this ANI) NOTK'H. TO APPEAR
FI.OIUDA Henter John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
week of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. A. Peddycoril. whose rettldeni'e IN': .
Knight. Mrs. Kelley: will be remembered Route 3, Winston Salem !North
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... here as Miss Loral Carolina.You PHONE 151 'STARKE, FLA.
.. are required to appear on
J. .. Bennett. May 13, 1946 In the above named
I ',' Mrs. T. T. Long and sons, Dave - - - -
and Tom, spent the weekend in L

Albany, Ga., where Dave under- ,

,. ,: went Mr. a and tonsilectomy.Mis. E. M. Davis were 'I'

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Mrs E. I, Dowling attended the

Ay y0 wedding of Miss Martha Mathewsin .,
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.. Mrs. R. N. Crawford and family ,
of A. P. Hill Military Reservation -
5 4 In Fredericksburg, Va., formerly All Merchandise at YOUR BID '
oil of StArke, attended the :

army parade of equipment there
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to'the Miss visitors.Eleanor St. John left 137 W. CALL ST. j?

Monday for Miami for Grand ap- The S. TAG
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Mrs. E. K. Perryman left Wed- *
nesday to visit her son. Comer NOW OWNED BY
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f . . . .1 seeks divorce and restoration of 1.1Iuell. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I''IN .RCI'IT 'Ot'll't
visiting relatives and friends. Maiden Name. Bradford County Witness my hand and official seal CHAN :i .nF"OIlID I
. . . returnedto I Telegraph shall publish this Order at Starke Florida this March JO.. CUHY. Cit I .II'.Kath1een
Mrs. Frelda Clark has Brooker hi next four weekly. Untie 19. Louise Crawford Ale:. Plaintiff.'v.. ;R'wllas
her home in Jacksonville after Witness my- hand and ?official ( 'KFiciAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Terry Alex, Defendant. Case No. No VII..Roy t.,.. FI.ld: ,Pteldl o.r
HamptonBy seal at Rtarke, Florida thin March Aa Clerk of Bald Court. 4558. 4657. ,dt
several weeks with her parents By Mm. T. W. Markey 16th. 1946.OFFICIAL. By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ORDER ciF
Mrs. M. C. SweeneyMr. << Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barton. e e . . ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas R. H. Duncan-517 Lynch Bldg.Jacksonville NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE ANI> NO'T'I.'I'; 7OWjd
Aa Clerk of said Court. Florida. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Terry FLORIDAP1
returnedto Lee Opa
. e Mrs. Ann R. Guy has T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida. Atty. for Plf. 4-5 4t 428 Alex whose residence and addressIs I I address Fields .ho. ,
s her home after two weeks Mrs. Reta Brown of Ralford Atty. for Plf. 8-22 4t 4-12 433 O Street, Fresno, California.You villa, u 821! ,:Nellntldn

and Mrs. William C. Kam- with her son, J. Fred Guy and was visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. : IN TIIK COURT OF TUB COUNTY are required to appear on I You Kentucky..re r! *
Pa. left Starke. Mott last week. IN CIRCUIT rorilT. BRADFORD JI-IMR.] BRADFORD COUNTY, May 6. 194S, In the above) named May 8. 1946 qulr"d In to
merer of Philadelphia family in PROBATE. and wherein (I lh.
COUNTY FE.OIIIUAI IN Saturday for their home after Harold Seley of Tampa spent Mr. and Mrs. Earl Geilmann of In re;Estate of seeks divorce and restoration of seeks dlvor'Ruo.l'h.<. ...,jlR
Mrs. the weekend Robert K.- Olvln Plaint I Iff, vn. Joseph M. Alvarez, maiden. name Bradford County maiden nrnu Ind 1'f"I'h'"
spending the past six weeks with Sunday with hla mother, Jacksonville spent Eleanor M. Glvln Defendant Case Deceased.To Telegraph shall publish this Orderin Telegraph ihntiCIRCVIT
Llnnle Seley. with Mrs. T. W. Markey. No. 4S14. All Creditors and Persons Ilav- next four weekly Issuex. In next. foul "" 'pubii5 ::
Mr. and Mrs. Claude May. ORDER OF PUBLICATION lag Claims or Demands AicnlnstMnld Witness 'uty hand and official Witness 111) "..'
Miss Madge Gay and Hazel Mr. and Mrs. Leon B. Moorerof T. W. Markey returned Sun AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Bstntei seal at Starke, Florida, this April I 1948 Starke blind.
Jacksonville were guests over day after spending four days in STATE OF FLORIDA to: EleanorM. You and each of you are hereby 4. 1946. I t. Flurlt..
the Olvln whose residence and address notified and required. to present. (
Brown of Jacksonville spent .H. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas OFFICIAL
the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. the Alachua County Hospital in Is 149 Poet Avenue, Lynd- any claims and demands which you. As Clerk of said Court. I A. Clerk ot said CouA J.
weekend with their respective D. May and Mrs. Wilma Lambert. Gainesville for treatment. hurst N. J. or either of you, may have againstthe Luollls C. Av Lucille C Conn.r. .
Iy D. '
You are required to appear on estate of Joseph M. Alvarez. Conner \ D. Dvm.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay :Miss Ophelia Bryan enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and April 19tli, 1948, In the above named deceased late of said County, to Wm. D. Morgan-Fifth Floor ClarkDulldlnll' .Morgan.FlhhBuilding Jaekconvdi. PI"

and Mr. and Mrs. L. Brown. visit at her home In Jasper dur- Misses Iva Mae Lewis and Jean Court seeks and divorce cause Bradford, wherein County plaintiff County.the County Florida Judge at of his Bradford office In Atty. for, Jacksonville Plf. Fla.&-Ii 4t "-8 Atty for l'IfI ye f.I

Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth, Jr., ing the school holidays last week. Endlcdtt, Edward Endlcott and Telegraph shall publish this Orderin the court house of said County at -
:Miss Edna Dudley also visited her Allen Lewis spent Sunday with next four weekly Issues. Starke, Florida within I eight calendar IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD I IN COtBT Ra,
children and Mary seal from COUNTY;! ,
and Jerry Witness my hand and months the time of the COUNTY, 'FLORIDAl IN CHAN PLORIO5
Fri- home In Newberry. Mr. and Mrs. Rurel Dukes In at Starke, Fla., this March 21st first publication of this notice. cuiir. CEil Y. I II
Katherine, of Waldo spent H'. V. Saxon and Gordon Myrlck Dukes Station. 1948. -. Each claim or demand shall be In Yuan lta'Belle Bxmrke., Plaintiff,.v. Miriam Patrick Cox. Nelson. pkh,
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas the H. S..IMon,
day here. ( writing and shall state .place Charles Martin .Kourke, Defendant. DI.1IIt
of''Pompano spent several days Malcolm: Lewis spent Thursdayand Aa Clerk of said Court. ''ot residence and pout office address Case No. 4660.ORDER Ne. 45t9.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson F. May this week with Mr. and Mrs. B. Friday in Georgetown, S. C., By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. of the claimant and shall OF PUBLICATION AND OIIDER OF PtlLlCA
Ch.... R. Hen 204-05 Realty BIdff. NO'rIf'F
be the agent.
had as their week-end guest sworn to by claimant To Apr
Y. Saxon. business Jacksonville, Florida, and such claimor STATE OF
on or attorney, any
Mrs. May's mother Mrs. Minnie STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles ll. Nelson, I
Atty. for Plf. 3-22 4t demand filed. shall be whore reldnn
Johns, of Starke. Among those shopping in Jack- Mrs. Lula Mott Mrs. Leslie void. Martin Kourke, whose residenceand dress I" Andrews 9. .
sonville recently were Mrs. J. W. Green and children and Mrs. T. IN CIRCUIT COI'RT. BRADFORD EDWARD BURNS address In unknown.You Mary Nelsen Hyde Are or
Charles Dees of West Lake are required to on Y
COUNTY FI.OH1DAI VIIAN-<< and appear Charleston S. rCourt
As executor of the Last Will
, Horne and daughter, Betty, Mr. In Gainesville 6, 1948 In the above nam..dCourt
Wales spent several days this W. Markey were CKHY.Gerardun. Testament of Joseph M. Alvarez., You are r'qulr.d to
and son W. Antonlus Alke- and cause, wherein plaintiff May 8. 1946, ly
and Mrs. L. T. Johns Saturday. Cornell deceased.First 'n the s6av.
week with relatives here. ,
seeks divorce and and
custody con- and
made, Plaintiff, vs. Helena Henri March 22nd. 'eaiixseeks
Mr. and Mrs. James Barwick H. and Wilson F. May. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas ette Wllhelmlna Marla DreenmannAHcemade 1946. publloatlon 8-22 4t &-13I trol of minor child. Bradford dlvorr IIr.dr zhenll
Mrs. Lizzie Simmons has returned Defendant. Case No. I County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder Telegraph.hull) .> q
spent last week in Dade City Mrs C. A. Crosby and Miss Mar 4512. -+ In next four weekly Issued.Witness In next four i uhlleh
to her home l in Chase gie Fay Crosby were shopping In ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND CIRCUIT COTRT. BRADFORD i mv hand and official I seal Wltnesa n3' ekiy h..nd'nf II",
City Va., after three months with Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. NOTICE TO APPEAR COI NTY. FLORIDA! IN CMNfKKY.e at Starke Florida this April 1, seal I at Stu'ke Floods. It
and with STATE OF FLORIDA to: Helena 194B.! 1. 1948.
her son Owen Simmons O. W. Barry and Mrs. Henrlette Wllhelmlna Marla Drees- Eloln Brown Plaintiff vs. Samuel (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, (OFFICIAL SI AL. A. S,
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson. mann Alkemade, whose residenceand E. Brown Defendant. Case. As Clerk' of said Court. [A. Clerk of Ill" Court
Arthur Edwards were in Gaines address Is The Hague Holland. No.4555.. Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. lIy Lucille r ')inner Dr
.. ville on business Friday. Ynu are required to appear on ORDER\ OF PUBLICATIONAND T. Frank Landrum, Ktarke: ., Florida T. Frank Landflur 5urk
April 19th 1940 In the above NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. for Pit. ..Ii 4t 1-28 Atty. for Pit H
t Mrs. :J. P. Roberts and son, named Court and cause, wherein STATE OF FLORIDA: SamuelE.
:z :: CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION Perman Mr. Earl Green and plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Drown, whose residence and
County Telegraph shall publish address Is: Route No.1. Lenox
daughters Linda Gale and Shir- this Order In next four weekly id- Georgia. .
"..i ley Nell, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie sue". You are required to appear: on TWO REfiDUftlIt I I
a. Witness my hand and official May 6, 1946! In the above naLm.,1Court I
Green and children attendedthe Real at Starke Florida, thin March and cause wherein plaintiff i
circus in Gainesville Thurs 21st 1946.OFFICIAL. seeks drvorra and custody of minor
Enjoy Real ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas child. PTadford County Tele
day afternoon. Aa Clerk of said Court. graph shall publlHh this Order In I 1 1 1
HonesttoGoodnessHOMECOOKED Mrs. Lee Green and Tom By Lucille C. Conner D. C. next. four weekly Issues. I
son, T. Frank Florida. ,
Landrum Starke. Witness my hand and official
Jr.! t my, Miss. Marie Green, Mrs. Atty. for Plf. 3-22 4t 4-12 seal at Starke, Florida this April.
Rosa Pinholster and Mrs. Cecil 3rd 1946.OFFICIAL.
Moore spent Thursday in Gaines- (COTY FLORID IN CHANfKUV. An Clerk of said Caurt. Nlllllilllll Mllllllii
ville Alachua. Py Lucille C. Conner D. C.
In and
Clean QuietSurroulldings Helen Elisabeth Westbrook, Plaintiff T. Frank Landrum Starke Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews Y1l. John Alton WeRtbrootei Defendant Ally! for Plf. 4. 4t &-26USE666

and daughter, Margie Sue, of ORDER. Case OF No.PUBLICATION 4545. .

Jacksonville spent the weekend AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
702TEMI'LE with Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry.Mr. 'STATE OF FLORIDA'to' : John
Alton AVestbrook, whose residenceIs
AVE. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy % .. A, Westbrook Route No (
of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Jake 1, Box 124 Wilmington, North Car- m

Keen of Starke were visiting Mr. olina.You are required to appear. on \ 4
IXIECAFE and Mrs. Eldon Hardy Sunday.Mrs. May 6, 1946 In the above named Cold PreparationsLlgaldThsbleteMnlveNose .a i '
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
PHARMACIST Vernon Edwards is spend seeks divorce and care, custody and DrunnCAVTIONt '
ing this week in Orlando with control of minor children. Bradford fee onlr Directed
County Telegraph shall pub-
Phone 64 STARKE relatives. lish this Order In next four weekly
Miss Lubedla Pinholster was

,, On-the-Minit Service shopping BHS Seniors 4n Gainesville Frolic Thursday. II A6I Can Use More POOdContainer c \ $ eLORDA ,

I On Annual Kid DayThe )JJB + WRITE TIMBER

I Corp'n. of America. Fcrnandlna. Fla.
Senior Class of Bradford :

High School celebrated the an- I Use \\I '

nual Kid Day on Wednesday of, 1.T.Cll'T.! coTni: '1 ea ;
canned B
last week. cre" i

A brief program''''was given in ',ENJOY GOOD FOOD AT chO'Ppedpe'PlIer; 4 eiili and.. \

the auditorium with a modern 11II..1l1l1.cel
i aAwarfI ne Governor;Holland version of "Bluebeard" with Kathleen !:0'STANLEY'S into eggs till ,

built the Strongest financial, Judd, LueUa Davis Lyle An- end r.dd to eggs

iT ,Structure Florida has bad in /its? derson and Ralph Alvarez in the RANCH and -pe'P'Per \

History. cast. June Patel sang "Doctor, ,1I1to buttered clI.

l Lawyer.> Indian Chief" and the gee and bake at .

judges Carson Geiger, Mr. Purcell 3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28 your leverets Sna1tb.:Jut'
and V. R. Ferguson, chose Serves 5u J,1U1an send III

John Anderson and Seletta Dl..Ued .OO to 1t1.temp ling r eaitton.eonville 11 published -
has ts
Sparks as the cutest "kids." JAS Florida for "' 1,111Io\

Following the program the your 00rvrS11 b_ 'P..14 JAg for B eaWl

of kids STEAKS CHICKENSEA ig $41\or,
group paraded through --- Itd'Pe TlSddaCompany'
A.-- the halls of the various buildIngs Address ac1tlonv11le,

and left for the annual picnic

From where I sit Joe Marsh at Goldhead Branch State FOOD
... Park.' They were chaperoned by

... Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Mrs. Virginia '
'" Hiatt, Inez Taylor Louise Snyder, DINNER PARTIES SOLICITED

A. W.. Bates and the Senior spon- ? eta'i
{ Professor i -
sor Miss Elsie Duncan. nqf 4'

':; #: The Magician Marvelous, trips: Boat-riding were enjoyed and at sight-seeing the park. Ih Ill a /// ,

I Professor Zogt, the magician, the pitcher comes a sparkling glass
and of beer white collar and alii I NOTICE
came to our town Saturday ,
Notice Is hereby given that the
One-Half Mile South of Starke on Road IS
put on a performance for the bane"Just goes to show," says Doc, undersigned are engaged In business IDi.1r
under the fictitious name of
fit of the Orphanage. astonished, "that it takes a magi- Sunshine Juices at 703 Temple Ave., All Kinds of Auto WorkALL t tliSTN

It was quite a show! Among elan to satisfy all tastes." Starke said, Fla.flctltlouH and Intend name to registerthe in the i

i other things, the professor holds a From where I sit, tIM professor Office of the Clerk of the Circuit WORK USED'l'f'Cker Service

pitcher In his hands, and asks folks has a mighty good act...one that Court -of\f.Bradford C. War.County Starke, ,Fla.Fla.Oradv GUARANTEED AUTO PARTS DAY OR NIGHT '

1 what. they'd have. to drink.Ma Hos- points a moral too.Taste differ- Rldgeway, Starke., Fla.

's bins asks for buttermilk and the but people can have a friendly 3-22 4t 4-12 .. ,

professor promptly pours her a happy time enjoying the beverage IN COUNTY.cinrviT FLORIDAIN COURT. BRADFORD CHANCK.lt 'WE BUY SELL and ,TRADE USED CARS
l rich, creamy glassful. that each prefers-and being tolerant : V.If. .
of another's C. Klmbrell. Plaintiff, v... Velma
Then Zeb Collins\ asks for cider, one preferences. Klmbrell Defendant. Case No.

and out of the same pitcher comes U13.
of cider. Doc Itollister next ORDER OF PUBLICATION j Ss f \
calls for beer-and presto, from 80e STATE OF FLORIDA to: Velma

Klmbrell Ferry whose Road residence Charlotte Is 3438Itosiell 2, EXTRA LIGHT BREAD! \ \(} *

North Carolina. \\ \}
Copyright, 1946, United Slat.1fCIH1I FounJatiait You are required to appear on ,
April 22 1940. In the above nam.dCourt Azr j&rjf

deck.. divorce.and cause Bradford, wherein plaintiff County ()\ \}
hall f'/J11I
Telegraph' publish\ this OrderIn 5
next four weekly (Issues.
Witness my hand and official fA" \
eal at Starke. Florida this March # d
Stet 1949.OFFICIAL.
SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs
Clerk of said Court. fTXZL, ..
By Lucille C. Conner D. C. siiiiiiJAX ;
Zach II. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla. I
Atty. for PIt 1-22 ...tn''I ,eAst

cv1RY. \ .1'1m.y..Ie.
Evelyn Wallace. Plaintiff v.. Norman I great regonabeer. beer prink i
Wallace, Defendant. Case No. good is a g..t
4511. > How rclreshingto 6d s61AX
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Norman b'.d ewilli9 yo. d
that la our pledgeto Wallace, whose r..ldence Is Allrhany .- friendship, .ve \lit9\ anSoutheastem
Work }louse. Box 65, Blew ...t.s both 4ua rest
fox Pennsylvania.
you You, are required to appear on It's p..mlumln 'pfCrn\Uft1 c1'
April 32nd. 1946. In the above nam ...... paY a

With us the customer has always been right. :i'rtC::: .and divorce cause Bradford wherein CountyTelegraph plaJn-;: "avOr,yet yoU temp"\ng nC.er\ rnc\\ovt\\ drink!g? .it.of .

We realize that in order to keep your patron next. four shall weekly publish Issues.this OrderIn to enloy tc" l lb g and!E.j01 I Iby

age and obtain your repeat business we must Witness my hand and official jAx' SeriC < '
seal at Starke, Florida, this March iohal cn
yeast acts because it's .'
please you. That is our aim' in life. If at 21, 1948. relreih"'

r any time we do not satisfy you Please let As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas, fresh I Fleiw hmann'l3 fresh active Yeast goes right to you Its.II for additional

us know. hy Lucille C. Conner D. C.
James U. Brandies, Lynch Uulldlnc, work-makes sweeter, tastier bread helps insure

Jacksonville Atty. for Plf., Florida. 3-22 4t 4-12 tender light texture. IF YOU BAKE AT HOMEuse -

135 Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast
COUNTY CKRY. FLORIDA IN <<:1104.:11- with the familiar yellow label Dependable "+, rrtt5'refru
315 ,
ROOT. Marie Phllomena Schloer Hurst [
nl- -America's time-tested favorite '
__. Bartsrh. Plaintiff vs. Joseph Bart -t d da/1

GREEN telU Temple .ch.ORDER Defendant.OF PUBLICATION Case No. 4499. for over 70 years ; '

nartsch. whose residence and address h-pt
u .A30 Market tttreet. Phil
adelphia. Pa. t. Jacksonville Fla.
You are required to appear on #
April 19. 194S. In the above named ,
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .



.-_...- -

something; to think of when we -
third In : "">, at Starke, Florida this Marctt 19 ts. '
come Importance on the ,, address In Crewe, Vlrnlnla.
Hill government list. Roads head the ONE WOMAN'S OPINIONBy i I I 28th(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL HEAL: ) A, J, Thomas.Aa ., You are required to appear on
list. Our salary Is held An rierk of said Court Clerk of ald court.Zach |I April 29, Ute, In the above named.
up In By Lucille c, Conner. D C. II. Douglas, Gainesville, FII..i Churt and "cause wherein. plaintiff
LUI" Burg ridicule we are forced to walk Billee RossI '}t. H Duncan, 817 Lynch Building, Atty. for rif 3-29 4t 4-19 i seeks divorce. II r a dford County
.. while others ride and if we had Jacksonville, Kla. Telegraph shall publish this Order
Atty for E>lf. 3-28 It 4.19 IN cwrriT (t'Ol'UT iiMinvoiin In next four weekly Isauen.V .
[ ] THAT not been born teachers we would am afraid that a few who read my column ('01'\1''''. FI.OIIIllll IN HV\- \ Itnesa mv hand and official seal
GRIEVE long since have given I iv ..II\T.T rot'HT. IIR.nF.UJ CKHV.Ernest at Starke, Florida, this March 23,
L SE.RLOCT AND up. don't quite understand the spirit in which it Is "'CH'\1i.: FLOUIUll 1M H. Loll, Plaintiff vs. Colon 194.
CON- looked about at the thousands of w written, and I would like to explain It just ('.:"\ l'.IAN'I'I Adell Lall Defendant. Case No. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
A TEACHERS faces most all were older thanI Marlon O. Ftarwlrk. Plaintiff, vs. 433B As Clerk of said. Court.
little more-or rather make It clear just what the Hyacinth E. Barwlck, Defendant ORDER OP. PI'HLICATION Hv I.u..lllco C Conner, D. r..
or at least no younger. The title CUB, No. 4523.OltOEll AND NOTICE TO AI'i'1- Alt Chaa.. R. Hess 204-06 Realty Bide.
tip Umes younger generation is not attracted Indicates. The ideas expressed here are MY op' PUBLICATION STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Colon Jacksonville, Fla.
oU mY heart to the teaching profession. It opinions only and I am not Influenced! l In any way AND NOTICE TO APPKAK Adell Lall, whose residence and Atty. for Plf. 3-39 4t 4-U
In God's hills. Is a hard and thankless task. tk" except by my own personal views on a subject K.: Ilarwlck, whose residence -1
bin folded that happens to interest me. My column and address la 305 N. Main St.. I
city: '9 toll It has Our only monument is the lives does Sumter, II!. C. REFINEMENT
e we help to build. When we are .ry not necessarily represent the views of the editor You arc roqulrtd to appear .n
rt; l.j April 29, 1946, In the above namedCourt
make It JiaPPy- Care not backed up by the parents, we f' r or any of my family or close associates. I am and cause, herein, plaint Iff in every necessary detail in a Service

fall and with an aching heart .. it.1 Impressed by neither political nor social circles. unpin divorce Bradford County t( available locally and widely knownfor
Telegraph nh'ill publlnh this Order
tits portion where the pick up the pieces and carry en ;, i ,,'_, l Everyone Is entitled to his or her own opinion In next four weekly lnsuit.Vltnn its modest cost its wholesome
We again but life has lost savor. We concerning a subject and it Is \ mv hand and official seal
1 Us of sur-Coltond only natural that opinions should at Starke, Florida this March. 24. courtesy and always tactful sympathy.
live In world of,
plans, work differ. I appreciate criticism as well as compliments. And If any 1946.
and dreams. If we did not love of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
al- you, my readers, should ever start a column-which you are at A. Clerk of nail. Court.
ilU be out and the children we could not hDEWITT
soon carryon. perfect liberty to do-I will toss Hy T-iic-lll. c Conner D C.
nosta.lg1a. has overcome I am proud to be a part of quite likely you alternate bouquetsand T. Frank. l.nmtrum, lark,". Florida
leaveJ Florida school brickbats. Just as you have done to me. That'a an American'sprivilege. Atty for flf. 3-29 41 4-19!
use I must the system, which C. JONESAMDUL.ANCm
Isn't it?
happy here and wheny Fa doing the most satisfactorywork i\ riHCi'iT fob nittuKonn
heart will remainthe of any state. On the surface It looks very much aa If Russia la acting like (r\TY', FI.OHIIHl IN ('",:li- SERVICE

[ school house. Parts After this week only eleven the small boy who picks up his marbles and goes home when things C'Kill.llurol.l: .w, Corya, Plaintiff v... Funeral Director

Li remain everywhere.L more days of school remain. All don't run quite to suit him. I'm no Dorothy Thompson and certainly No.bail 4510.Davie. Corya, Defendant. Can. STARKE PHONE 7

great oak in the Is well at Clay Hill. God bless won't try to analyze this complicated situation. I only hope and ORDER OP PtTnt-IOATION .
hat murmurs over the you.-Lura. pray that all this arguing back and forth Isn't as bad as it sounds RTATB ANn NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: La..1 Our local funeral home enables us to

s. in the sandy road and that another war, in some way, may be averted.I'd Dnvl. Corya, whose residence and offer convenience and services nototherwise
They e . . address l I. 134 Ogden Avenue,
e whispering pines. like to give you a child's view of It-and I write this with 8uanthmore, Pa. available.We .

tree shall have a partd all due respect to the ladles who did their knitting for Britain In You. are reoulred to appear on

the silent moss-draped LAWTEYBy their warm homes My little brother, Jimmy, said the other day: April named 21 Court, 1948 and In the wherein above furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and .

L the pond. I came back Mrs. Mamie Crewse "If we have a war with Russia the American women will have to County plaintiff Telegraph Reek shall oc".t.'h r a dford thin accept ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY company ,

J of service and found a . e do more than sit around and knit." And truer words were never Order In: next four weekly publish Issnesi.Witness : as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultation
and quiet in my my hand and official carries no obligation.
( rest spoken. We might have to head for the fields> and factories, sure seal at Stark, Florida. this March
I board. I have YARBBOUOII BABYMr.
where 29. 1946.
Tied i from the teachers and Mrs. Chacney Yar- enough, for when Ruanla fights, It fights-down to the last man (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas,
and woman.I Aa Clerk of said Court
.n in Tampa. I heard brough announce the birth of a Hy Luclllo C. Conner I>. C.
speak and our son on Friday April 5. fully realize that our women played a great part In our national T. Prank Landrum, 8tark: Florida"

'perlntendent governor of Schools. We are sorry to have Mr. and defense program, and I don't mean to be belittle that now, Atty. for rif. 1-29 4t 4-19

wonderful meeting. I Mrs. E. A. Edwards move to but there are a lot of us who did nothing but what could be done \orlC17 TO APPHlll t EARN ;

of an estimated 7000 Starke after being residents of right In the comfort of our own homes. God grant that we mightbe TO You: K. 10:H.. S.HHADNECK.Itrndneck.: whose acld \>$ i

and I wore my ribbon Lawtey for many years. They spared but If once more we are caught In the clutches of man- re a n I.. unknown ar* required toupppr.r '
on Tuenday the Jl.lrd day TO !
ouilly. I enjoyed the have bought a place there. kind's hatred and find ourselves In the midst of another holocaust, of April. A. n.948.. before th"4'lr..ult Fly "

and met the most in- BIRTHDAY PARTY may He give us the strength and courage to hold out once again Eighth Court Judicial of Circuit Bradford In and County for "I
people. It gave me a for Victory. the State of Florida to answer r
this world la a won- Little Freddie Dinkins cele- the mil of Complaint. filed In ...Id under the
Court by Th.lma Tucker Hradnrrk,
brated his 5th birthday anniversary )
Jace and full of capable said mil of Complaint praying for j
hold theE recently with a party and . a Divorce a vlnrulo matrlmonll.And '
achers. We . .
ters Loca and Jo Ann are visitIng e )
Easter egg hunt. lie Is the you will plt.au. take noticethat ; G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS
this great democracy infa In default of said
Mrs. Refuse's, t brother and appearancea
without education grandson of Mr. and Mrs. P. L.Dlnklos ; I>..cr". pro Confesno will be entered -
for sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Al- SunnybrookBy
nualnHt you.
Sr.Birthday J
tacy cannot survive. Wee bert Davis, in Ft. Myers. It In further ordered that thinOrder at '
though and It is cake and ice cream Mrs O. E. Crosby be pul lli help ;
; j
were served to the young guests L. P. Rafuse made a business . e e Telegraph, a newnpnperliuhllnlieil
by Freddie's mother Mrs. Dink- trip to Jacksonville Friday.Mr. Florida., once a week for tour County con-,

ins, Jr., and sister Miss Adell and :Mrs. Carl VanZant and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford and ..ctitlv. weekN biter> the return i
day In (thin order and notion. STARKE AIR PORT .
EXPERT Dinkins. They were assisted by Mrs. Perry Davis and grandchildren baby, Shirley, were visiting his WITNESS my hand and the nxal

Mrs. Mack Halnes. Glenn and Linda Crews, parents Mr. and Mrs. W. R. A.of thlM 1) U48.10FFICIAI.Court. thin 23: day of March,

Freddie received many useful were at the State Farm Friday. Crawford in Lake Butler Sun- SEAL) A J. Thoman.
Clerk of the Clrrult Court, 1"rad-
ADIO I gLfti. Present were Hilda Mrs. Babe Crews spent Sundayin day.Mr. ford County Florida. 3-2'l: it (..1111'Ii S
Crews James Shuford Connie Starke with her son and and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and
(.I\.r ('()HT. IUKOIIII
Joe Jackie, Bud and Deane Harley daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. children attended the funeral of ('01 \'I"%'. FI..U.\\ CHAVcsit : For InformationCall

IERVICE Jimmie and Avery Bennett Louis Crews.L. Mrs. Kelly's grandfather J. M. Gladys: t'. (loodman. Plaintiff, V*.

Sonny Haines, Gene 'Griffis and G. Crews was in Wildwood Mathews Wllllston Sunday. Johnnlt O. Hood n...n, Defendant.Case V. S. St. John142
... .
Esther Ruth and Charlie Bennett several last week and was N. 4621.ORDER
0Chas. days ,Mr3. L. S. Galloway was a !: Oil' PITHLICATIO.V
In Savannah, Ga., Friday. business visitor to Palatka last AND NOTICE TO APCKAR
Mrs. Appleby of Jacksonville STATE OF FLORIDA to: John.
C.SHEPHERD. spent last week with her daugh Philip Shuford of the Naval Wednesday.Mr. nle O. Goodman, whose residence Is or .
Air Station In Jacksonville! spent and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Ships Cook 1st Class U.I1N. Receiving -
ter-in-law and grandchildren, Mrs. Station T. I., Han Pedro,
the weekend here. children were visiting her brother- Call torn la.
I Victor Appleby. who is visiting and You are required to appear on Maj. Richard G. Kidd A.U.S. Rea.
Mrs. H. C.
I her mother Mrs. J. E. Warren. Mr. and Kelly in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. April Uth.' 194i), In the above' namedCourt
at children, David and Wendell were C. Sullivan of Theressa Sunday and t cause, wherein plaintiffsenk :
Mrs. Sasser of Starke was
dlvoroe. Bradford County at Phone
..a:tsonvllle business! Thurs-
visiting here last week. In on afternoon. Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn

GAY'SfcRVICE Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Davis andchildren day.H. Mrs. O. E. Crosby attended the next four my weekly hand and.Isnues.Witness official. sealat

STATION are visiting their-parents C. Crews is training with F.E.A. teachers convention in __Wnrke_ Klorldn. this March 17th
the in Louisiana. He Is last weekend.
in Ft. Myers this weekend.Mrs. army Tampa
the son of Mra. 'C. R. Crews. His Earl Alvarez of Pine Level
L. P. Rafuse and daugh-
address Is Pvt. H. C. Crews Co. was visiting Bute" and Bobble

A, 43rd Trng. Bn., B.I.T.O., Camp Crosby Sunday.

Polk, La.Pine. Don't forget BTU Saturday

. . night -and church Sunday morn- t a9
ing and evening at Corinth.

after the game... Level Everyone is invited to attend. i, ,

.r-T. Bvn By Mrs. II. M. Mcltao JOIN TilE J"\) M H E II OF
COMMKKCK: : : and help build
e e e e e S Starke.IN t
: I' I
mRTIlDART\" ( !, 4, ,
ciiiftir <'01 HT. HHtUFnui. '
Betty Jo and Franklin Starling (0. h'1'1. 'I.OUII'\ Id ('II\%- t $ *
celebrated their birthday anniversary ('KHV.IHnl: a
". Parker hurt, Plaintiff vi. ,
t s
C f' 1
at the home of their parents Garrett J. Hart, Defendant.. Care 4
ht r rI
No. 4624.ORDER
'r Mrs.\. Joe Starlinglast
riANTIC Sunday. Their young NOTICE TO APPKAIt
I STATE OF KMJH1DA to: Garrett -
friends were Invited for an hourof J. Hart whose residence I.
LEiND EERa..sere. and refreshments were Apartment No 3, 410 West 13th
G; games Street Norfolk 7, Virginia.
-, served afterwards.Rev. You are required to appear on
April 29th,,19-111, In the above named -
W. E. Hall filled his reg- Court and cause, wherein plain t
tf1! tiff urekn divorce and rentoratlon
ular apointment at Pine Level of maiden name. Bradford County al

A/.N,/ ,. ,.Atme. Ck..iwu.CAWLrw a, ,a .1.... I Church Sunday morning and Telegraph next four nhall weekly publish Issues thle. OrderIn I
evening. Ten members were \Vltnenn my hand and official

". I added to the church and there "...... ..." I
tIIPNIIIIIININIIIIIIIIIII11AlIIlIIIIMIIIIIIAINOWAINIIIIIAI NIIIlAAl01111NN1'Ilia'11117111'9gIINIIrNI'IIINll7111" : '': '' '' !''II'PIIIII'I' N.NIIAaI ," '," I were 75 present In the .Sunday FOR G

School classes.

I 2 ,: I Baptism was held at Sampson BETTERHEALTH s
for the,
Sunday afternoon

TINKLER Electric Service new members.Mr. /r

and Mrs. Giles Phillips and

222.22& Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. children Friday and of Saturday Jacksonville with spent his ISO Casha

I E OLDEST IN THE CITY I parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Phil- I, a

Meade Lewis of Rising and

RADIO SERVICE Arlie guests Underhill Wayne of Sunday.Vernon HcRae: and were Reginald dinner CrOp..Harvest it now! !

[HAT SATISFIESTryUsWe I was Miss visiting Voncllla Shirley Kelly McRae of Starke Sun-

day. Robert Myrlck Pulpwood is a cash crop. It is is the best time to cut and 1
Mr and Mrs.
Strive To Carry The Most Complete were dinner guests of Mr. and also a continuous crop when prepare for the future of your

Stock,, of Tubes and Parts Mrs.Sunday LaVon and Alvarez were dinner of Starke gue.U DRINK MORE your woodlot is properly har- [ timber stand by taking advantage -] 4

' Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. vested. No other crop is so de of the free advice of ,

Ei'v{ SHIPMENT RADIOS THIS WEEK Lucian Conner. FRESHORANGE pendable. The farm woodlots your county agent and 'for J 1\\ '

Robert E. Taylor returned kind ,

IJp Vaculator __________________________ 2.95 from spending the we in our community are among esters. '

'ready 2-CeIl Flashlight, complete _________ 1.25 with day his parents. Mr. and Mrs.S. the {farmers' most valuable asYou can get immediate casH ) I,

d Everlike Matting, 25 yd. roll, 36 in. wide __ 8.75Ii B. Taylor In Adel, Ga.of Starke I sets. They pay cash dividends from your pulpwood for ,
m Pearl Veneme
* Radio( A & B Packs, Ui V-A, 90 V-B ____ 5.95ca ii was Mrs.a Sunday dinner guest of & GRAPEFRUITJUICE regularly. Pulpwood, in peace needed farm repairs, new:,

and Sonora Records ________ .37, .53, .79 each' Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. as in war, is one of the most equipment, mortgage pay-

Hearing Aid 45V Type and IV V Type Rev and ),11'8.V.. E. Hall visit- and conveniences
ments new
William essential of all
*' family.
J Blow Torch ________________ 7.25e ed their son and ICE COLDPRODUCED
e Electric Guy Hall, in PaUtka Thursdayof Now while prices are high' for your home and family.IT I
60 W ____-'-____ 4.50 last week. BY

< A. Electric Soldering Iron, 115 W ____..___ 7.50 Tuesday evening dinner guests

- We Can Furnish Your Lighting Fixtures of Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae last SunshineJuices PAYS TO CUT TOP QUALITY PULPWOOD .. *Jt..

RADIO week were Mrs. !McRae' parents *-
TUBES WE HAVE THEM ASK USWe Mr and Mrs. N. A. Conner and 'r

Can Furnish Fans in 12" to 48" Size i hew sister and brother-in-law, Mr. COMMITTEE Q I
Don't and Mrs. T. N. Crawford all of VICTORY US ,
Forget Duo-Therm Hot Water Heaters Midway and another brother-in- -

Also Duo-Therm Space Heaters law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Taft L. D. Vining, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite, ;

See I Elliot and children Tommy and 703 TEMPLE AVE. Hozan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. DouglastIC .. .

Us About Your Wiring Needs Larry of flames City, and Ed. Wholesale & Retail L. T. DYER, Chairman "'***-tt.y.

and Aril Wayne McRa
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I ,lssu..it.WltnenH. Bradford County, Florida. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford' 10, 1946.
r ovely Banquet with the Signal Corps In the I Innpnctors.rrerlnrt. fin. 1, New River my hand and official I 1-13 It19 I I County Telegraph shall publish. (OFFICIAL 8B.VU, ,
India-Burma Theatre. He will Kuddlxh Andruw. Clerk; B. I.. seal I Ht Starke.. Florida' thin April this Order. In next four weekly As Clerk of l\ld ,. \ 'tl(
r lnoyed Members now be associated with his fatherin I I Kelly!" T. II Shepherd andI.. F 10, 1948. iv cinrriT coriiT. untnfonn Issues.Witness By Lucilh. ,''f'
> By i Wiggins, InBpectors.Irriliirt OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas I COUNTY. FI.OIIIUAl IN CHAM- my hand and official T. Frank I"d, 'Ot
t the Eastern Auto Supply. I Nn. N. Breaker An Clerk nf said Court. I 1 CI'JHV..Tulla' I I seal at Starke Florida this April Atty. for Plf I' ""k. .1'

Of Winsome Class : I I Tom Stewart Clerk. ; N, Junes<1. Have", In-. Znrh II.By Douglas Lucille i ,C.Gainesville Conner ,t>Fin.Atty. C.. Leopardl, Plaintiff vs. Case Albert ......--...--.-.---------..---..--..-.-._- ._.._--- _. 4.li 1\\
VUU OF THANKSWe J. K Douglas and Tyler for Fit. 4-12 4t 5-3 L..opardl. Defendant -
The Winsome Class of the spertors.11y' I No. 48111.
First Baptist Church held a banquet wish to thank all our order of, the Hoard of I County, I'Mti. W OT'E: ,'I ORDER OF PUBLICATION T h eBRADFORD
t In the School room friends and neighbors who were ComtnlHHlonerH this IlOrr..lI.'h'Llrlllan The Board of Public Instruction AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Sunday M. o. J
of Bradford County, Florida. huH STATE OF FIXW1DA to: Albert
last Friday night for the husbands so kind and helpful to us during Attest: A. J. Thomas, Clerk. It for sale two school' buses both Leopardl, whose residence and address -
of the members and several the illness and death of our 11I39 G.MC. truck The Poard: will Is unknown.You HOUSEAPARTMENTS
IV 01iTYrFLI Itiii111Ivtt(i5' accept bids. until Monday May 6th are required to appear on
Zl1e.ta. The banquet is to be an daughter and grandchild.Mr. {" at 11:00: A. M. at its. office at the May 13, 1946, In the above named

annual event of the class. and Mrs. Frank Kelsey, tlmtoerto'Dl! ',9IiY. ('"..all. Plaintiff. v... County Courthouse at Htarke, Court and cause, wherein plain- .
Guests were seated at long T Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey 1'rlniorla Rertolil Ul CiiHall, lie- -
Case No. 4078.
.shaped table with the guest and family. fendant.UKOKR OK ITHUICATIONAND

speaker Miss Elizabeth Provence 8TATK NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APl'KAH to: Prl-' At The MITE WL.
er Jacksonville' class teacher whose
Dl CaHall.
merla Hertola 4<<
Mrs. Fred Pellum, assistantleacher and address, la unknown.You .
'IoI\A.a'111"; AM CLJ' IIK* PHI- i residence '
Mrs. L. D. Haines, and At a MARY meeting KLKCTIOM held on the let I May 13,are 1046 required In the-to al>ov appear.. named" on Marion McClellanand .ROOMS -:- BOARD

class officers Mrs. Roy Johnson, day of April A. r>. 1848, the Poard Court and divorceWherol en
Mrs, Van H. Garden. and Mrs. of County Commissioners of Bra
Paul Canova and the master of following furd t'uunty Clerks, Florida and, appointed Inspectors the thU Orders. leg In r next 'four weekly DINING ROOMWHOLESOME

ceremonies. Rev. Woodrow Flynn for the First Primary Election to issues. hand and official Every Wednesday & Saturday Nite ,
Witness my
be held on the 7th day of May
seated at the
with Mm. Flynn neal at Stark, Florida this April .
''A. 1>. 1946. ''
head of the table. The Sunday Prrrlnrt No. 1-Lawtey 10. 1940.UFFICIAL. SEAM A. J. Thomas ON MONDAY NITES, FOLKS, GET FOOD

School Superintendent, P. M. I.. If lllll. Clerk; .H. H. Thoinp-, I ( Clerk. of "aid Court.
Barefoot with Mrs. Barefoot, was son, J. A. Howe and A.:M. An By L.iu-llle C. Conner, P. C. Your' Partner and Let's Go To That "
InnpoctorH.Prrrlnr. LewIII'1 I, T. Frank Iandrum, Starke Fla. J. L. ANDREWS OwnerCOIJIFOR7"ABLE
also an honored guest. No. X North "" Atty. for I'lf. *-12 4t B-3 Thar OLD BARN DANCE SHINDIG ,
The class colors of rose, gold A. K. Moore, I'lprkt N. T. _
H. I.. Norman, Floyd Crosby andJ. iv: miner roruT. BHM' )F HII
slid green were carried out It. Wainwright, InvpectorH. |I' "'0"'VTV. FLORID I:* ('''AN"
decorating for this lovely event I'rrrlnrtw.. a, flonlh Ntark" CI ItY.
and a hugh oval bowl of sweet. Paul U Rrldues< Clerk; T. N.I I Adelaide. Gordon Peddycord Peddycord.Plaintiff Starke Troubadour String Band
Kendrick lOutccne: Ooodiie, K. L>. VII. Kdward W.
peas centered the honored guests'la2J1e Juries and Lester Kite Jnnpi'ctom.I'rrrlnrt Defendant. Cane No. 4674. Lot's of Fun for Everybody;
with low bowls of sweet- :Mo. 4. fjrnhamO ORDER OK PUHLKATIONAND TO APPEAR( CLEAN MODERN'

peas placed advantageously along O.- ([ Rivers, Clerk. ; V. T. A h. I, STATE NOTICE OK "KLOHIUA: ":,'war Music from 8 til ? Couples Only
ernathy, Carl Jonea, and J, A. J. residence. In
the other table. whicb- .was covered !McKinney InvpectorH.Prrrlnrt I \V. Peddycord whose
Winston Salem
.. .
1151 ;Hutton Street -- -----------
with! a white linen cloth. %o. ff, Hampton North Carolina.. --
rae program( was opened by M. AT. MaUhett tonCI ; I.. O.JohiiR You are .rwiulreil 1 ti> nppi'ar on
;, Aaron and M. U.WatlvrHun I May 13, 184. In the uhovA named .
singing the class song. "Showers InupcctorB. (',,"rt and taunt, wherein plaintiff -
..it' Bleaslnga." Mrs. Lex Green I'rrrlurt .>... (I, '.'...1'....... I seeks divorce I Bradford
mil JIlL II. Clerk; Bert Hlniion, T>. I County Telegraph shall publish
different -
for at
played group singing J. riillllpB and Clyde ilernty. thin, Order In next four weekly DRESSESDRESSES
times during the evening. ( --- ,
Mrs. Hainea introduced Mian!

Provence who spoke on "The For

Marks of a Chrl+tlan." MlaS!
Provence in WMU Field Secre- EASTER

tary. At the end of her talk, the

dam teacher Mrs. Pellura, pre- t DRESSES
The Most Appreciated
.e: ted Miss Provence with a -

memento of the Qc aslon.

There were about 35 present G/FT r

on this occasion and after the f JUSTRECEIVED

banquet the class year books CORSAGES + e

were distributed POTTED PLANTS t_ + *
The social chairman Mrs. Paul r
Canova, with Mrs. Tracey Saun- .J.JN
lers. Mrs. Charles Harper, Mrs. 1"" 4 a ONE OF OUR
K. D.. Tenly > and Mrs .Pellum Wainwright Florist s

three! incharge, of arrangements APRILALLOTMENTS '

for this delightful, affair Phone 102 Starke, 'Fla. 1

Mrs. N. D. Wainwright .
Dick St.
Honoredt Dinner '
r $ \ '

Richard V. ( Dick) St. John r '
who was recently, discharged EVERY BRANCH OF 1 COTTON PRINTS, RAYONS,

from the' service at Fort McPherson -

last .Friday and arrived CREPES and JERSEYS

hom Saturday, was the honored f'l
guest at a seafood dinner given j

'atarday by George Kopelousos, nj u r ance CHAMBRAY 69c

of ..
prletor the Guidon Grill ,

'A delicious seafood spread In- Chambray Stripes =: '65c "' f
fling lobster scallops shrimp

'ax 1 r.;. served and freich to )the':fried honored potatoes guest \ Cotton Prints .39c & 59c /

C. I ., -
and Mr. and trs. V, S. St John, H. WaU Agency ".r t

I. Stephen fit. John, Misses Alice a TWILL CHECKS

anif Eleanor St. John Mr. and '
4 In Black, Brown, Blue & Tan,
atrtr./ Edwin St. John and daugh.
Constant Service Over 50 Years 79c
ter. Susan. and Valrla Kldd.
Dick has been'in the service ,
for'" three years and- spent most Please Phone 146 Spun Rayons 79c

.f this timeas' a;.radio repairman

I French Carnival Crepes l

Jerseys, Batiste, Organdy, Eyelet Embroidery Pique

W .C..T. U. Batiste and Rayon .in Pastel Shades ,



FOR 8AL.R-1 ,5-room house completely ELECTRIC IRONS priced at 15.75
General John J. Perilling furnished with i electrlo Dahmer Gift Shop. It Your choice of hundreds of differen
kid: refrigerator and electric hot \
heater. 2 adjoining lot A4e01zt
"Ban lh tilt entire liquor newly water fenced P. O. Box 345/ ; ; Styles and materials.

fndUHtry front the United or apply 311 a Church St. 'u Wanted to Rent .
states clone. saloon and
; every
Join the Easter Parade Looking
brewery; uppre ut drinking by House on Kingsley Lake. Smart Long-Wearing
etvere punishment to the
2 Bedrooms Larger.
'Your Best
drinker; and If necessary,
death to the (seller or makeror t ,dal/ I Permanent,Tenants.

both_ traitor-n l ; Navy 'Couple Stride with comfort anu

the nation will NUddenly find J STROUTaEtiftlTATN. -. '1 pride in the Easter ParALSO CHILDRENS DRESSES
G....... ad.ertlser .r teas-i
itself amazed at its efficiencyand fry property !!.. mad ever Reply Bon: 34 1-A, StarkeNO ati ade. Treat yourself to
startled at the Inrrrano In n.ooo ales off M ontea-KarmaAcreage. a pair of these goodlooking .

its labor supply. I shall not World Free. Bayer OS..from...t...all. over .*. well constructed LadlesShoes.
KO HOW on prohibition for I NO ROACHES,, ANTS', FLIES or
flea If Aerosol Hilts you
usa our
you White
know what U the Brown &
greatestfoe Represented. Locally fly I Bomb. This la not the keroneneLasts mileage and well shod
of my m ii-greater than fur weeks...AutoFountain.
F. the bullet of till enemy. -
116 So. Walnut St.
Selected. Foil HAL1J-(>ne two-room house
to be moved. flOO cash. Inquire
(Copied From FREt TUACT MATTRESSES of all kind renovated 124: North Orange Bt.. City lip
: furniture upholstered and
IIARVKHTKR) reflnlKhed. Drop... a card FOR SALK One '"lom Comfort" I ,. $3.00
HASTINGS:;! MATTRESS CO.. BosS30. wood range In good condition. ;
P.latka. .Fla. tt Mrs. Canova, 222 N. Walnut St.
.-a..... It to.
- FOR HAI>K-t 7-room house completely R ,
furnished with electrlo r.- FOIl RENT-Furnished apartments .
frlverator can range, heater and hot water heater. P. O. Box 1411 Kerryman Courts, Urand St. 1
or apply Sal S. Church St. Starke. block Mouth oft. Ralfurd Road.. .
tt E. O. budge 4.13 Sip

MAKE BRICKS. Millions are ne.d- FOR SALE Studio couch fair
ed. Start a quick CASH business, .condition reasonable Herryman r I
returns can atari In two vreeka Courts. Grand Hi., 1 block flout -
with an InoxpenHlve, easily hand of Ralford Uoad. E. O. 1100d< operated TTRA BRICK MAK-ER. 4-12 alp

e Only old shed sand. needed.and cement EMlld and;your any FOR SALE:-Margjob* field crown Men's Suits 32.50 to 37.50 --- Boys' Suits 9.00,11.50 12.50
HOME of brick. Save money. Let tomato plants 13.50: per thous
ua show you what ran ha done and. L. B. Jordan Rte. 2, Box ,
R. K. T Y K A CO. WYOMING 304. Btarke. Fla. Itp s -
MINK. BOX 101. 3-12 ttp

Commercialand PortraitPhotographers LISTINGS Sr office, registered phone WANTKO 151H real.-p.estate K.o.V.Box broker Davis.134 FOR American*per Melton.3,00 SALE thousand per -thousand.Collard Legion and tomato Kali plants Back plants Oscar S2 00 of CHOICE PAIR OF NYLON HOSE OR A WHITE DRESS SHIRT GIVEN

home phone 9471. 332 W. Unl- 4-12 lip

vernlty Ave., Ualnesvtlle 1-2S Fla.4tp TOBACCO 15 to to 20 |7 thousand PLANTS per thousand ASTFD-On.will pay a".ordlnlC.n : from, FREE EACH WEEK TO A STAR STORE PATRON!

FOR SAL.K- About 350 head of .1.i ... Will pull plants.-J, W. -
took rattle Including beef up to Jordan Jordan's MAtel Court,
Greeting Cards 3 years old To be Hold to the Rte. a, Box 290. Starke, Fla.
highest bidder on May 15. 194. 4-13 tip
Bld will be received by mall up Every Day Is Bargain Day At The-
Photo Supplies to that tlm*. J. W. Prevatt lite. WANTED Three passengers to
2. Box :512 .Starke: Kla. 4-S tpPHONOOHAPH Miami ,leaving Saturday. murnlns;,
StationeryHollywood April 13. Contact. .:U.abeth'TII-
HBCOItns, ,latest Icy KlnCllley Vlllaire"" A-S or Post
and western. song hits at L>ah- Motor Pool. Camp Blandlnir. Itp
>> mer'a lift Shopp it
FOR SAI.B New house and lot,
not quite finished but liveable.
PA1NTINO WANTKU: .-Bent work. Located Road 13 lull north of
maniihlp and materlaln. Free e"tn'at..O..or.e Stark back of Nil Owl.-Wil-
W. Lonir. Gen. lIam Me Peak. lip STAR STORE
Del., Stark lip
STRAYED,- Tied Sow, unmarked
Camera and ESKIMO FANS- for sal at Dah- boh-talled K pigs 4 black 1 red.
mer' lilt Shoppe. it Notify F. K. Thomas, Hampton.Itp.

FOR I'\T.F.-I'epp.r' and tomato
plunt |J.6U per thounand. Jordan's I FOR HA LK--.lust received threecar
Gift ShopCall Hotel Court Highway. ttpNOTICK loads of used doors all kinds
and slses. Also one car' load ofuesd
sash. No .
:-I will close feed mill
Streec at Railroad on May IS. Earl my to buy. Com set them whilethey
CO. Inc., 1481 West Beaver 8t, ,
>Experienced typist. T. Jacksonville Fla. Phone
\ Frank I.nndriini, Htarke Fla. 1t 1I.11111'j; -



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