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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Remember 19461I .



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' The first near of peace set many records in BRADFORD


Bradford County The longest rainy season COUNTYTELEGRAPHi


The hottest City Election The
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Biggest Celebration The most profitable i

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crop The warmest autumn VOLUHN SLXTY- INE 81: Y.O1ZCf1ApRID,'Y, JANUARY 3. 19U -NUMBl:& ELEVEii: d

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And Strawberries before Thanksgiving Mass X-Ray Clinic Starts Today; "I"I """V"- Red Cross Chapter Must Vacate Offices f ::


If anyone should ask you what sort 'of year 1946 was,, MISS 1947""t1' 1:11

he answer would probably be r "Oh pretty much the" usualun : AH Persons Above 15 Years EligibleWhen I .t'' In Armory Jan. 15 Herlong Notified fi
I guess; Nothing exciting, that I can remember. You'c ,Uqe, "Miss 1947"week ,

robably recall that year of peace after NM bAAtnwed''this' upon

lye weary years of warvand outstanding in your mind would tne S tat Board of tft."I ,Wtlteleuuer. brow of little,, The Bradford County Chapter

e the high prices, the food and clothing shortages, the Health brings its fast, new equipment Shooting Of Second ,'fttJAffl. 4A ttftnn"tt, the first Oil Drillers Bore American Red 'Cross, an agency I
to In Bradford
and the annoyance occasioned by the fact that you into Bradford County today 'fWt,y I.Nve that has helped many a destitute
trikes Convict In Month ,
f An tti SheAMh
iv ) .ar.
to t To 2650 FeetNew find
shelter In
time
unable to buy that new car. begin a 4-day schedule of mass person
ere still tuberculosis x-rays it will be Held JustifiableA AMI M 4U9 p. m. on JanV of need, Is Itself looking' for anew .}
1946 in Bradford nol .
But in many respects County was >\nMb"> ta M. Aw| Mrs. Browniebad River's round-the-clock oil home.
out
carrying another In the j
another year"-for when, may we ask have you seen Cherokeeses step i ( of t.\\\'wy. D. M. n.
just well project was
state-wide which it verdict of justifiable homI- cutting through
program by According to notification received
-
trees out in November? When ;
blooming and pecan budding trf/rAlf' WN the attending
chalky limestone this week. Per-
) expects to examine the ehtts of cide was returned Monday by a 1 here last week by Dr. M. B.
ave you see the "rainy season" begin in April and continue with 35 percent of the adult populationof coroner's jury, following thmonth's pAYA/Ndb/ sonnel of the Pen rod Company,, Herlong:, chairman of the county ,

most dally showers through September? And when have you seen Florida each year. second fatal shooting of : ryAd4Aer' early' birth recorded drilling for Tide Water Association chapter, from Gen. Vivian Collins;

0,000 people crowd Into Starke for a celebration that attracted Up until now It has been a convict during an attempted i tiU,, VAH1< 0t WttwUonl County, were boring at a depth of adjutant general of the Florida
pos-
ttentlon: throughout the nation? Yes, to say that 1948 was an "ordlary" Bible to x-ray only small groupsIn prison escape. :, ', -I A( *>1W_ 1and Mr. 2650( feet on Monday. National Guard, the local Red .
N0 of MiddlesAUtN
tkYl_
man
1 The Tide Water
proves only that the memory of man is short indeed. each locality but with the The victim, John Finklea, a operation be- Cross organization must vacate ,
year !Iff !'*& -* ,"., January I.l" gan here November 18th and 1 Ie ,
Financial Condition Good modem equipment just acquiredit lifer, died in the State Farm hos Its four-room quarters la the \,
t. Af? HA0lttg was In at- .
now deepening at the rate of
The year opened with the county in fine,, financial fettle. Brad- is possible to handle as manyas pltal December 23, from wound ''N'AAMtt. about 800 feet week. Dril- Starke armory by January 15. ;I

ardltes having $2,786,710 on deposit In the Florida Bank at Starke, ISO: persons an hour. There- sustained during a break from a ,,. fydd MiV Thomas F. Col- ling under the per 96-foot steel der- The State Armory Board had ;j
fore, the State Board hopes that road gang employed on Highway made the offices available to the ;
savings. Back in 1940, before Camp Blanding M. aR StrKo announce the> I
nd $'36,521 In postal rick follows a 24-hour dally schedule
all persons In Bradford Countywill 16, near the Dale Parm between chapter since the summer of 1 :
nd its accompanying hoards of men came to swell the local coffers, avail themselves of the opportunity Starke and Heilbronn. Members Alftiif\. W a *vfe Thomas Lyn- seven days a week. 1942. I

ank deposits were only $478,341.50, and postal savings a mere $84,- for a free x-ray during of the jury heard testimony reporting _Y /yM $Atw4 y., Dec xi.v General Collins letter to Dr. 1 I!

23.00. With this nest I egg on cold storage, business men could the four days the unit is being us- that Flnklea used a shove 4" 'vAN- ,.'---wxa ---- Prices Herlong stated: t't i'' :

ifely predict continued prosperity for the year. ed here. to break his leg chains which apparently -, Mari K. HullCemetery Berry "During the absence of the National t. i

The 'need for hospital In Bradford County was' a much talked The clinic begins today (Fri- had been filed. With I > Guard from Starke during'" "I

Issue as 1946 began. to unroll, and County Commissioners authored day) at the Lawtey school when the chains broken, he immediately Attk{ To' Restasby Take A TumbleTobogganing World War II, we have been I

an 'architectural: firm to proceed with preliminary plans for a white student 15 years of age' broke into a run. Guards Joseph : pleased to offer your good Chap-
'Chesser ( ..
ederal project. However, enthusiasm cooled several months later and over and all white adults will Starling and Earl ordered : ter of the Red Cross housing ;

estimated costs Of building according to government speclflcaons be x-rayed between the hours of, him to halt then fired simultane-with Ord(' MariA Kosel Hull, 86 prices dampenedthe facilities in the National Guard I
hen hit
10 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 2 p.m.1 ously. Although badly t spirits of Bradford County Armory. We are now In process ,
.vidAW Hull
bf f Ut N. B.
began to reach astronomical figures, and as the year ended buckshot the man continued his the ,
Colored students 19 of of the National
years age strawberry growers this weak as reorganising1 (
apparent that Bradford County would get a hospital, but it flight, the guards remaining with l'l\1MI\ ( dtarlt., merchant and
was and over and all colored adults De- 1949 faded Into 1947 and an unusually Guard, and it i. expected that

ill be a smaller, privately owned,'plant rather than the more elaborte will be x-rayed from 3 to 5 p. m.I the crew. p.v MvGfdAswr. .:..,\,.,,, It., dlWiJl at' the Thursday home of, her warm fall and early win more than one carload of military -

Federal aid project. On January 6 the unit will be I Finklea turned himself in at a \ ",; Mr(' $. Margaret K. ter permitted shipments to con- equipment will reach the
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Navy Couples Replace Army moved into the Red Cross offices.I nearby farmhouse, and asked to f'1'1IW lv' 4\\"', ..t H"n f Long Is- tlnffe here, two months earlier Armory around January 1. 1947. t''

Early in January local landlords, experiencing their first breathg In the Starke armory and will ben I be delivered to the Sheriff. He A/A1- 1Av h4. resided! in New than the usual season. Therefore, we reluctantly request
use here through January 9. was provided transportation to / Berries sold for the first your fine organization to secure J
spell in five years, began renovating the units recently vacatedy tJrr: %: state *A<1 at Redlands, pick-i
Health officials stress the fact I Starke, was returned by SheriffA. truck loaded out other quarters prior to
January
up Tuesday
of from Green \ the death of her
the Army In the hope attracting Navy personnel I\l,14, A klgce' I
that tuberculosis in Its early; O. Andreu to the State Farm morning at from $7 to $7.25, but 19.
\ "9 ,
This effort was successful but as 1946 ended it 1'VMi\ 11\
;
ove Springs. stages is curable, and it Is for' where he died during the night.A soon thereafter declined to $3 "I am asking Captain Kldd to
emed apparent that. Starke might lose many of Its Navy couples the purpose of discovering unknown similar break, attem .I!':: December M'f1..11'. parents settled per crate, the lowest mark reach- confer with you and to give you J

ho are likely to take, advantage of recently completed Navy housg cases that these clinics are: 5. ended in the shootingand t'itl'1tht; WO'fl., She was ed thus far this season The same every possible assistance In mov- I I

at Green Cove unless local rents are revised downward.On held. All persons are urged to death of convict Lewla Jack- rii/1tflM, / tn 190&Her!)() husband day poorest quality fruit was> reported ing to a new location. ,

January 31 the .USO closed its operation in Starke after take advantage of this oppor- son. \Ii'!! A fMw' bftl' t>t a family that selling as low as $4 at "We, of course, look upon the
\ about '
>n Bradford. since
laying host to an estimated million and a half service men and unity. I I hVItkyA\ Lawtey, although better berries Red Cross as an Indispensable ,
It Is pointed out' that: Everyone I 1:\\11/\:/\' n* tMI.hil4> a general ranged as high as $8. community agency, and deeply 'I j I
omen. ri-/'M .k fn ] .
Strawberries began to move to market in quantity shipments 15 years of age or above may I Fewer Marriages h MWIrtt U> town for many Various reasons were ascribedFor regret tbe military necessity
"
have an x-ray. It does not hurt the decline in prices which which calls for this action." I I
and continued through May-one of the longest I d E'y4yV/1bd w. pwtmaster dur
rly in February to have : It had hovered around
an x-ray requires the $10 markor The responsibility for finding ;
Ipplng seasons on.record.. Prices went as high as $13 a, crate, ande only a minute. You do not haveto More DivorcesStatistically ids Wntl"t" ot tttyttbltcan admlnls- better since the opening of the the Red Cross a new home In 1

season brought growers half a million dollar in spite of the fact undress.. You will get a con- tt J"'v." season here two weeks ago One Starke apparently rests with ,

at acreage was less than a: fifth of the pre-war normal 1,000. The fldenUal report on the \result of MNtJc.n 1 t'l her sister, Mrs. factor, undoubtedly, was the flood members of the chapter and the \

>ason .was regarded as- a distinct "turning point", marking the':"reirn -'I I your x-ray. \ speaking, .Brad I At I t IV AW Ava" By two brothers, of berries on the market, community at large-but, up till

of farmers to the farm after letting berries go Into partial '. j ford' "year of .transition''' from Ciff tAselMt Redlands/ Fla., occasioned by the rush of growers now, on one se4ms to know what f""w'1\'\

Rpm during,Uuorea'ni WheT, :most farm boys: absorbed. a) f1amplandIng ; -Department--.".*.." war to :peace .wasJ.,t tl.nauW1eelby' t.i cdk,1( > PRoseloE ,,H mp. tsad, to plck'fnUfln' view'! of' a- predicted .. fac.UltIes mfghtb4.'rovlded.sr1te:
< nothIng so remarkable as the I IJvfl freeze that failed to ma- quirements'are for amMImtunof,
/of* 4'I t I
: I
Kept. 1946 Losses' / decline In marriages.,, The total 'l'.1' senrw were 'held at terialise. There Is also a shortage two rooms-one -tot Interviews, ?
.Renewed Interest 1'1' farmfog was also reflected In the organiza At Minimum of 93 licenses Issued in 1946 by 2W: ft, Vrf Mondny\ at the church of competition at Starke and .and one for office work. Two offices .1.1if j

on of. the- Bradford" 'County Farm Bureau late In 'February.MWtary'Curfew FigureThe Judge E. K. Perryman was in of Vj I lW .&&' wM for \years a Lawtey due to the fact that buy- and a reception room are B ; r

liftedSignificant City Fire Department turned considerable contrast to the' year nAAkJAVv, VM\ / StAUA,, Presbyterian, ers are now operating at Plant .desirable for the chapter's'' most 1

of the passing of the Blanding era was the lifting, In an excellent record for the 1942 when 114 were issued in one wMM\ .\ : JK Wwmtt. Kaufman of- City, where the season Is in full efficient operation, it was said. ; I ,

rly In March, of the military curfew, that. had been enforced here year 1946, according to figures month (September). flli H\iI\ rail' bearers were A.: J. swing The organisation's budget ddes o

nee 1941 closing eating and drinking establishments to military released yesterday by Chief R. C. It was believed, however, that TJ.lliI, W, B- Sew U, L. O. Pow R. B. Alvarez, manager of the not provide funds for payment of '
) $ MHfw\ >V. F, Stump, am State Farmers Market hero stated rent,, which, of contributesto
rsonnel after 11 p. m. Although the Induction Station and Of- (Red) Buford. Property involvedin the'trend "reflected not so mucha el\\ A.fcatf course,
matrimonial N, y4" atMWrlght. ;Jr.. Interment yesterday that he hopes to the chapter's predicament. But,
cers Screening Board still open at Camp Blandlng:activity the total of 42 fires was valued lessening of propensities TV'. I
.were t : Lake Ceme- have representatives of the In light of the Red Cross' vital
ere to standstill several weeks by local Insurance men at approxImately as the decrease in thecounty' wJ.-v 1jI Crosby big t
was practically" over, and' came a $213,000. Of these, .' ''Iboom'\'popul&tlon Attendant tef \ louses on the platform here, by services, Dr. Herlong and Mrs. ,

ter. damage, amounted to only $1- to the Blandlng regime. Wt/ t$. Jonep was In chargeof next week.It W. R. Morse, executive secretary I'
Early in March negotiations were completed for the purchase of 705.48. The figures are con- Another contributing factor In ,t\11' AYf10JVLtennentA'w is estimated that 1400 cratesof feel confident that community co- I "

ie USO building by the Bradford County Board of Public Inatrucon. fined to alarms sounded within the decline is Florida's' new law fruit were moved from Starke operation will provide an early M

An $89,000 structure of the largest and finest type constructedr the city limits. requiring 'physical examinationsof Jrv & L. Employes during the past week, and approximately solution to the problem.

> USO In the V S. A.* the building and equipment was purchased One alarm, for an Inhalator, the contracting parties. Georgiahas 800 crates from the Work of the chapter Includes ,

f the School Board for $15,000.An took the department to. Gold no such law and consequently H 41 f # Benefit Plan platform> at Lawtey. loans to families of veterans and .' I I

operation 'that*will: undoubtedly have a beneficial' effect on I Head Branch State Park.! many couples cross the state line 'smiliesI Bradford growers have grossed servicemen In .case of delayed ? I I
''shows Fq around $33,000 from the first funds, or grants In emergencies;
In when the Her- The fire chief's analysis In order to apeak'their vows.The : r
nds in this county was> started here early May
three weeks the
of unusually early assistance to ex-servicemen in I
lea Powder Company moved In with Its bulldozers and other heavy that the trucks answered calls county was somewhat un I i'\h'VMIiI\ of WArida Power I season, but most are unhappyover making claims; help in application >..., i r ''
for 10 fires, 10 automobilefires In Its concept of the .
grass orthodox Littl. have Almost unan-
lulpment to start'"knocking out" stumps, shipping" them off to its \ I the whole thing, still believing for government benefits; furloughand I 1
and 22 In residences or for
traditional marriage season, *FAepte4 the plan for
1mAffylA !
:
ant in Georgia to. be converted Into Various by-products. Thus, at far that.' It is better for the furlough extension verifications 1 i
businesses.A
local license activity was hOI/ tAsFlgn\ \ and wrgical benefit -
be able to rid their woods- crop here to be held back by early ; social histories requested f f
> coat, will Bradford' County landowners total of 17 were answered greater In January than in June. / \AMyiie fV:d for their families, r '
nd of millions that would otherwise remain a detriment cold and come into productionafter by Army, Navy and Veterans hospitals i \ I
of
of stumps without requiring the services Twenty license. were Issued In ac.4Ifj/ (t td wrtwcementby J,
11 Hercules officials estimated that there were enough volunteer firemen. the season at Plant .City Is ; channeling the sponsorship I r
doomsday. the year's first month, as com- H. fpA. {ftartageP of the cornparV.1 over. of entertainment and other facilities
umps In this vicinity ..to keep a crew employed, from five to ten Although the year saw no fires pared with only'eight In June, for veterans In the Lake City J

ars. within the city of major conse- "the month of brides". Only one t. v 4A & of> ''tho Insurance, Funeral SundayFor hotpltal. .

The Year's Most Ornery Trick quences Chief Buford rated that license was Issued 1n November, whV. t'i JtfA'ittJ/I/% $d It day hospltal- The Red .Cross la the only "
well its "best" evidences of of the Shell bulk plant April record for divorces zaAiVv V\W\ > 0ftln incidentalsand Lacy A. Ritch '
Every year has Its "meanest" as as With the V| \ agency authorized to provide financial ,

uman nature. ,In.lH the "worst" stunt took place In the others 10 as probably the Flames most started potentially as yet incomplete. County ClerkA. rip It V130: Wtfcal benefits Lacy Andrew Ritch 62, retired aid for service men and t \ I
dangerous. ;
when unknown intruders entered the J. Thomas stated there were for A #AtoV" of the> employee's veterans or to make furlough \ '
month of and
May life-
merry from the spark of a passing train, service station owner a
850: suits for divorce 1m VttAA 1 family, Iv shared by verifications,
approximately 'J
merican Legion home and had a perverted "good time" rIppIngpen quickly spread to the pump house ta long resident of Bradford County, ., :'
in the Eighth Judicial CIr- the <1 #>V*"y. with Ute employeeand
'cardboard cartons and scattering clothing that rad'been caret and were within four feet of a died Friday Dec. 27, of self-ln- ." .
which about 90 percentwere W) MpatlY paying halt of ,
cuit, of :
L
destitute over- tank 2000 gallons of flitted shotgun wounds at hisesldence Cub Scouts Meet. : ,
and laboriously packed shipment. to persons containing granted It is Indicated that the tt(M\Iffl< i ;
as. high test gasoline when extinguished the number of marriages does not A yfFPVdA4M I Py 711 tctnt of the three miles south of At Newcomb Home ;rE,;

May ended with tile inspiring spectacle of 61 graduates of Brad- by the firemen. offer a fair picture, since many ellg/l/ hA AMblvyeeV\ W. necessarybefW Starke. He had been In steadily t
As the ended, three fires ailing health for some time and The Starke Cub Pack of l i
year the
High School receiving their diplomas before a throng of parentsd applicants were not residents of plan* eoul< become ef- t
occurred during the Christmas the suffering which he underwent j
Boy Scouts of America met Friday
feci A 1'1totO, was quIckly -
friends usa auditorium .capacity. the county. .
that filled the that add. holidays, with none of a serious 12 rea bw A*!>A ....1111."C"ru are not la believed to have prompted his night of last week at the t ,
Early in June the first of three double-tragedies Bradford legalized adoptions
came An alarm answeredat action :
nature. was
home of Cubmaster
yet ;/VittrVblV' \ over *T percent of and Mrs. O. ,
d a sombre note to the year. Two popular young Starkeltes, Elmo I 5:43 p. m. Christmas; Day, during the year. A/ **Y repotted are participant He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. S. Newcomb. SI'' I.( '

hapman and John Bruce McCall were killed: in a' plane crash at i when the carburetor of a 1938 Turning to other realms. It Is thou/ W tf* HAM.TV l Jennie Holllogsworth Ritch a son, Games and refreshments of ,:' .. !. .

aytona Beach. Other dual-tragedies occurred on July 4, when two Plymouth caught fire at the Intersection found that the sales in the post vtWWWw\ UI t **lvee have C. Marks ,Bitch, of Starke" ; two Coca-Colas and cakes were enjoyed a' ::

Ildren Gwendolyn and Robert Barnhart, were drowned at a radar I of Routes 100 and 200. office approached the $38,000mark had Aftl* l ifa AUf'ie for severalyeaAj daughters, :Mrs. H. A. Prescott and January projects were t ,;1. :
Mrs. Nancy : Damage to the vehicle was minor. at the year's end. Figureson r. and Mrs. Leonard S. Klnchen, discussed. Officials ; !
trestle north of town; and'early In November when H* *%teu'fe>* to Include present were i : '/j
aloe Pope and her UtUe daughter, Carolyn,, died as the result of Chimney sparks burned a few building permits will be total- their /YUfr) ,Is It n additional both of Starke: and eight sisters, the Rev. Fred Terkes, sponsor's) : t'q
ms In their home t at Heil- shingles on the roof of the, J, D. led and released next week. ben,VmW\ *<* by the companyto Mrs.'Tommy Estep Mrs. Arch: representative, and District Boy ,!t J t f"
received when a kerosene can exploaded residence, 10th and Green, Mrs. Rosa Fredericks, Commissioner )\
Seymour fl-fa t W"NJt.r> AT I Its organisation Scout Ted Oaborne. 'V'I'' ,
nn. Water streets at 10:13: a. m.,' Police Arrest Man A
Youth WIns Honors December 26. At 8:30: p. m. the to ify 1 wfrft* Drew Reddish all of Starke, Mrs. for additional boys aged nine : : ;

'On the sunnier'iide,1946 was a year in which representatives ofoutstanding : same day, the department extinguished Wanted For ForgeryWillie Robert Lockhart and Mr. Den through eleven :years, Cubmaater t"r", 'j'
andVorable fire that started nis Lwnnon,. both of Deland and .
well-desenred a, Newcomb stated. The next meetIng '
I
Bradford County
youth brought W. Kllenburg, 27, wanted Linckey ;
Wil.lowned :with the explosion of a hot water,I M4 y Mrs. Lloyd :Moore, of Raiford. will be held Jan. 31.
brunette beauty 'Id:
.
publicity. Miss Martel Edmondson, I for forgery and robbery, was arrested Funeral services were held 2:30: .
Beach and heater at a small tourist camp tI"ill WJU *.,tfret to learn "
Ff'J./
Jacksonville within
at afternoon
Festival Saturday
queen of the June Moon street west of Bay I p. m. Sunday at the Pine Level '
'veral elected State at Madison hours after his description of tlj t Wft/\ Lady Carpenter Realty I Transfers ?
weeks later Doyle Conner BHS student, was was confined to the two Baptist Church with the pastor, >:
Damage VA her fcowe; in Winston -
Llnd At
to Chief Av L Al- ,
tsident of the Future Farmers of America. heater and shower rooms.. was phoned Reverend W. E. Hall officiating.The To ',.
fytawrV Wv C.. on Friday. Dec. Henry H. Hansen from ; :
bscomA. short Inc varez by Tarpon Springs police. bearers' Rufus
By mid-June neat and bread had noticeably I 27. I fety been lit for about pall were James H. Stewart. Lot 12, Block
B1 groceries and predictions of other food scarce ties sent Brad- Rush For New Tags The arrest, at the Union Boa two1t111 W > Ritch. Robert Myrlck J. 1.. Wynn 3 of Weatherly and Carmen's ad- ;jr -
Station restaurant was made by Willis Alton Dobbs and, f"
Utss scurrying: to the community canning center here where they Next Week I Patrolmen W. E. Thornton 'and 1. ''Y''fJ.I'\ j.**V WM born in Eaton Brown.Dyal. dltlon to Starke. Price Indicated \11 i \ ,

ceased' 18,222 cans of varied vegetables. I Expected El- j IIr\) > Newtvrt. N. C., the by documentary stamps recorded J + \
V. F. :Manning at 4:30: p. m. DeWItt C. Jones was in chargeof
Hope for *om 'continued! use of Camp Blandlng came late In Although the deadline for the lenburg was en route to. North dauc fvi'. dR tlat lAte Dave and the arrangements. with deed: $3000 '- ne with that It had Main) iv''+Mdll CArT wter. She To M. H. Gresham from Joseph \
the announcement by 7th Army Headquarters of 1947 auto licenses was only I
sale Carolina.
posts to was 'V AIMe1'> 0' tbA late D. P. CORRECTIONIn Kaiser, of Clnclnattl. property : 1, ,
tentatively selected a* one' of six southeastern army nine days distant Tax Collec- Tarpon Springs authorities returned StarksMarc'j 500 feet south' from Weltmore1 i 4', 1
I carpJ'W'f.1J.1tM a news Item last week concerning -
rn'e However at years end yester-
for training of components. tor C. A. Knight reported \
78"H
reserve the man to Pinellas County drugJ At the shooting of Claude land< and Third streets, east !
ere had been no further.Indication of activity there, other than the day that approximately car I 75 owners per !I Saturday night. It was alleged Be'hIf hu.1I4t1A, Cbas. S. Denmark It was stated that he feet, north 500 feet and west 78 *.!. '
afonal Guard cent of the county's MIjI/ urvlvft/ < by a eon, feet. Price Indicated: 2600. ; ( ,
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purchased their tags.Knight i that be was guilty of making purchases L1ndl'vf and Dewey Williams had "had an t '
not yet
Vanishes From Table have + <* A JJrbt.r 1.1 re. To W. F. Cooley. of Jackson'f
Butter license requeststo checks and Char\\A f',, VA earlier altercation" prior to the i1
Most folks will remember July. the end of OPA and also the expected next week, with bogus Hard' fdrwwA! atl4 WM brother hooting. Mr. Williams states villa, from F. P. Jones, Lots 0, I I

d butter on the family dinner table. With thejllftlng of price Increase that'greatly call pocketing the change. Two suitcases J. Fr*/'* $\\rV Mpter. that this is an error and that he 24, 25 In Section 17. and Lot 18 f
and urged purchasers filled with articles held In In Section 18 of Woodlawn, township : ; ,
butter were \ re
trIctioas but FFJ'W< and Mr. Denmark were good
steady I
most commodities remained fairly avoid the rush. It will : .
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DIed to registered their dllo early withouta believed' to be stolen. Including WlnslvA paddfa. { SAWday. after- friends and bad never had an 0 south, containing .9 acres. ;1'
almost housewives cars f'
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 3, 1941 I
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C . e .e e. .. .. e e IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Jones, S..., 1211 Wayne a Street, Gordon Georgia
COUNTY. FLOHIUAI IN CIIAN-10. S. C. You are required to
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Pine LevelBy CI RY. You are required to appear on January e, 1947 In the appear 08
Pauline Hatlman Helms, Plaintiff, above
HamptonBy January 27, 1947 In the above named Court and cause, whvrli'
vm. Smyth K. Helms, Defendant. named Court and cause wherein plaintiff seeks divorce EvndfJiS
t&bUabecl ,1877 Mr. H. M. McRae Case. No. 4027.ORDER plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph shall publish thV1
Mrs.! M. O. Sweeney! OF PUBLICATION
.. . . County Telegraph shall publish this Order In neat tour weekly l I"aue.}
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E. ft* Matthews ____ Editor and Owner I .. e . S AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Order In.next", four weekly Issues. Witness my hand and | .
STATE ,OF FLORIDA to: Smyth otflrlal| |
Witness my hand and official seal at Starke Florida,
this .
E. Helm, whose residence and ad- j
W are glad to report that seal at Starke Florida this December vembar 29, 19",.
;abltab1 Weekly on Friday awl Entered M Second Class. Matterat FIRE DAMAGES HOME Mrs. L. A.. Crosby was able to return drUB are are unknown.You required to appear on 14, 194& (OFFICIAL, SEAT) :;A. J. Thomas
the ;'OIIt OffIce at Starke, Florida. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. home last Saturday after Monday January 20th, 1947 In the (OFFICIAL, SEAL A.. 3. Thomas As Clerk of said Court. ,
above named Court and cause, Aa Clerk of said Court.T. E. K. Ferryman. Starke. Fla,
Archie G. Elland was damaged by spending a few days In the hospital wherein plaintiff seek's divorce and Frank Landrum Ktarke:, Fla. Atty. for Pit. 1J-8 4t 12.27
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Att for Pit. 11-27 4t 1-17
CASES fire last. Saturday afternoon at Gainesville.Mr. custody ot child. Bradford County )
BRING TO LIGHT THOSE HIDDEN I clean- Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn NOTIOIa
when gasoline used as a and Mrs. A. O. Fouts of next four weekly Issues. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Notice Is hereby given
most serious Infectious -ling fluid by Mrs. Elland exploded Witness. my hand and official to >n\
Tuberculosis still remains the : Lakeland spent the weekend with COUNTY FLOHIDAl IN CHAN debtors and claimant. against.
the
seal Florida this 11thOFJI'ICIAL
caused heat fumes from at Starke CIOHY. Estate of Annie'A. Fraiee
disease in the United States. Available figures Ina by his brother-in-law .and sister, Mr. of December, 1140.: Dorothy Schreekengost, Plaintiff ed, to file your claims duly, 4MM.
electric hot platewhich was ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs sworn
betweenthe an and Mrs. H. H. Lewis.: vs. Alex Schrecksngost Defendant. to, with the County Judge of nr .
Court.
special mortality study for the United States In use. Clerk of Bald Case No. 6247.ORDER ford County Florida, within Eight
I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kemp of By Lucille C. Conner D. C
OF PUBLICATIONAND (8) months from the first
and 1941 show that 2,793 individualsdied Although neighbors assisted !In John J. HenderHon, Es(]. publica
1939
of this
years 'Boaz Ala. spent the holidays NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE tion notice, or the claim rZ
period in moving the furniture out of the Bt. Augustine, Florida OF FLORIDA to: Alex debt will be barred by .
during the three year statuuLet
tuberculosis 12-80 U 1101C
from for Plf.
Atty.
with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner. Bchreckengost whose residence. and Miriam Frasee Pblcher
the 'confined 'I / Adm'x
was .
house damage
Florida-an average of 931 deaths for each year. It Rev. and Mrs.' W E. Hall address Is:. A8N Box A-S684. Camp n-ao 4t 1.10
to the kitchen and dining room CIRCWIT COURT. BRADFORD
was also noted that between the ages of 18 and 40 the ceilings and the destruction ,of 'spent Christmas Day ,at the home COUNTY) FLOKIUAl IN CHAN -
tuberculosis is the leading of their son-In-law and CERY.) I
most productive age period, daughter ...
kitchen cabinets. The living room Carrie Bell Tlnsley, Plaintiff
cause of death among all disease. For each death from waa "smoked up" conslderabl; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee at Elon.o 8. Tlnsley. Defendant. Caw Us Cure Your MeatPlain
Milliard together with their son, No. 62S5.
in the genera
tuberculosis there are at least nine cases but remained otherwise unharmed. ORDER OP PUBLICATION
population. Therefore, during a three-year period it is As the roofing! was of tin I Wm. Guy Hall and family of AND NOTICE] TO APPEAR
Palatka. They were accompaniedhome STATE! OF FLORIDA lo: Klon o
there 25,137 cases the flames did not spread, and I address
conservatively estimated that were S. Tlnsley. whose residence and Salt Cureor
their Edward
of by grandson, l.: Unknown.
limited to the Interior.
most of whom were unknown.In were Hall Murrhee' and granddaughter You are required to appear on

view of these startling figures, the fact that the the building. Virginia Ann Hall of Palat January named court. 20, 1947 and, cause In the, wherein above Sugar Cure

State Board of Health will conduct mass x-rays in YOUNG PEOPLES PARTY ka. plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford

Bradford County on January 3, 6,7,8; and 9 takes on an After a pleasant round of caroling Mr and Mrs. Y. T. Myrick and Order County. In Telegraph next tour shall weekly publish I... uee.this
importance that can hardly be overestimated. on Christmas Eve, Mr. and children of Alabama arrived Witness. my hand and official .JVe also have lockers to put your
seal at Starke Florida this December -
Mrs. Fred Dodd, sponsors of the Monday 'of last week to spend 1941.OFFICIAL .
fact that early tuberculosis can 14 meat in after it is cured and smoked
It is ,
an accepted : Young Peoples' Choir invited the the holidays with relatives. On ( SEAL A. J. Thomas ..
be found only by x-ray. Also acknowledged Is the fact all As Clerk of said Court.
songsters to their home at Mid Christmas morning they gath- Samuel W. aetien, Ualneivllle Fla.
that only through the discovery and treatment of the lakes, where a jolly Yuletide par- ered at the home of their mother. Atty. for Pit 12-20 t 110IV ., r .-

early cases can we hope to control tuberculosis in ty was enjoyed. Refreshments of Mrs. Susie McDanlel at Lake

Florida. Health officials insist, however that if the hot chocolate fruit cake and can- Geneva. Those present were COUNTY CIRCUIT FLOJUDAl COURT. BRADFORD IN CIIAN-

early cases are found and treated tuberculosis can be dy were served the guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlck, Mr. Harold_ CERY.John- Weber, Plaintiff vs. STARKE ICE COMPANYPhone
Mr. and Mrs.. H. D. May had and Mrs. Y. T. Myrick and children -
relegated to,,the realm of rare diseases in our own life- Theresa M. Weber Defendant. Can
as guests through the holiday and :Mr. and Mrs. Bishop No. 0283
time I Surely that is a goal worth striving for. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe V. May Mr Myrlck: of Orlando. It was the NOTICE TO APPEAR 12 Starke, Fla.
I The number of unknown cases among presumably and Mrs. L. H. Lambert and Mr. first time the three brothers had STATE OF FLORIDA to: Theresa

I well people is exemplified rather strikingly by the find- and Mrs. Patrick Patterson and been together since before the M. Weber In: 225 whose Haviland residence Avenue and address ,

ings of Selective Service. During the war years all little son all of Washington, D. Bronx 61, New York. '

people entering the Armed Services received Chest x- C. war.Mr.. and Mrs. Leon Long and January You are 20,required 1947 In to the appear above on

rays and 140,000 young men and women were foundto little son Freddyr-of Winter Haven named. court and cause whel'elnplalftUI't
Mr. and Mrs. Will Saxon of seeks divorce. Bradford
have tuberculosis. vphis clearly indicates that the : were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I Oakland Park have been guests County Telegraph shall publish this
Robert Myrick Sunday. Order In next tour weekly Issues.. DRAKE SIGN SERVICE
number of hidden cases in the general population must : of relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jacksonof Witness my hand and official
run into many thousands. These cases must be found seal at Starke. Florida this De.OFFICIAL -
Mr. and Mrs. Crouch .
Floyd are Jacksonville were visiting Mr. camber 14 1948.
early adequately treated and supervised in order to enjoying a two weeks' visit at and Mrs. Robert Myrick Sunday ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

prevent the spread of this disease to healthy people their home In Little Rock. Ark. afternoon and were accompaniedhome T.As Clerk Frank of IAndrum.said Court.Starke' Fla.' "SIGNS OF ALL KINDS"

within the family and the community.With Mrs. J. T. Guy spent Christmas by Mr. and Mrs. Y. T. My Atty. for Plf. 12-20 4t 1-10

the recent addition of new equipment the Day In Lake City with Mr. rick and children, who were on NOTlom

State Board of Health is now in position to conduct and Mrs. Wallace Joplin and f amlly. their way home to Alabama. Notice Is hereby given that the. -NIVN-
the state and She was accompanied home Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and undersigned are engaged In business
mass case-finding surveys throughout under the fictitious name ot
Bradford County will benefit from this expanded ser- by Rev. and Mrs. Henry' E: Guy; children of Jacksonville spent the Hart's Beauty Salon located on
and children of Fruitland Park Christmas holidays here with rel Thompson Street. In the City of
vice starting today at the Lawtey school house. This Starke. Bradford. County, Florida Serving Northeast Florida
who remained her atives.W.
briefly at home and Intends to register the said
free service will be continued on January 6, 7, 8. and 9 M. Jewell of Waldo and fictitious name In the Office of the

in the armory building at Starke. here.Mr.. and Mrs. C. G. Barks Mra. Kathryn Davis of Virginiawere Clerk of County.the Circuit Fla.-W.Court H.of Bradford Hart-, PHONE 70 a P. O. BOX 424

With this new and faster equipment it is believed dale Mrs. Lukt Mott, and Rob- dinner guests of Mr. and one-half interest Edna Manning

that half a million x-rays can be performed each year, ert Barksdale, of Starke, I have Mrs. H. M. McRae Thursday. 1 Hart, one-half interest 12-13 Starke 4t Fla.1-3 STARKE

with the full cooperation of the communities where been recent supper guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae -
and Mrs. J. W. Horne. spent ChrIstmas Day with Mrs. IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
are being'performed.' This will mean that
surveys approximately Pvt. Elmer Gay and Pvt.: R. L. McRae's parents, Mr. and Mrs. COUNTY. FLOHIDAl IN CHAN-.
35 of adult t'F.RY.Carol:: '
the of Flor-
percent population ,
Brown Jr., are spending holiday N. A. Conner of Lake Butler. Ohrel Perry Plaintiff vs.
ida can be examined each year, thus uncovering a tre- leaves with their respective par- Those of this section who en- Phillip l James Perry Defendant.

mendous. amount of hidden tuberculosis. ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. 'Gay joyed Christmas dinner at the Case ORDER No. 5301.OF PUBLICATIONAND '

The fact that the x-ray unit will operate in Brad- and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown. home of Mr. and Mrs. T. NV Nor NOTICE TO APPEAR
STATE OF FLORIDA Phillip
ford County from Jan. 3 through Jan. 9 has been well Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hicks of man of Hellbronn were Mr., and I James Perry, whose. residence to: and YOU TRIED THE'NEW '
Jacksonville spent several days Mrs. Wesley McRae Mr. and Mrs. address Is: ASN"' 39 TBS 121 Elcgs HAVE ATLANTIC
advertised and there is
no excuse for anyone to say 1 Field, No. SOS AAFBW. EL i Paso,
last week Arthur Mr. and Mrs.
with McRae Rob-
friends and relatives '
that he forgot or did not know about the survey..A Texas. '
here. ert Taylor Mr and Mrs. H. M. You are required to appear ort GOLDEN PALE ALE?
thing of such Importance should impress itself,indeliblyupon Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Tlllman McRae and Mr., and Mrs. B. M. January named Court 27. 1947 and cause In the, wherein above
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the mind of everyone. and family enjoyed Christmas McRae and family. Also present plaintiff seeks u: :rlepub'fr:: '

lien is a chance to benefit yourself, your family, with relatives at Greenville.Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall ,Order County,In Telegraph next four weekly Issues.this

your community and your state at no cost and no inconvenience Eliza Hall has returned j and children ofr r.Jacksonville.Mrs. Witness my hand and official
from Lawton Okla. and is M. J. McRae and Mrs. seal at Starke Florida this December I I
to yourself. Surely everyone who can now 14 1940.OFFICIAL ..
possibly get to the school house in Lawtey or the arm- visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mar- .Jack Parker' and 1 children of ( SEAL A.' J. Thomas, ,4AIel.
As Clerk of said Court.
vin M. Williams and other rela- Crosby: Lake were visiting Mrs. .. all
ory in Starke will want to take advantage of this won- Frank" Landrum, Stark Fla.
tives here. I. M. McRae and Mrs. Robert Itt for PIG 12-17 U 1-17 the Leaderfe
derful are
opportunity. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Pattersonand Faylor Thursday afternoon, -
daughter Benna Ruth and IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD

STILL TilE BEST INVESTMENT M-.. and Mrs. Alton Patterson of evangelism. They were also COUNTY CERY. FL.OR1UAI IN CHAN.

and little daughter Detain guest speakers, at, the Baptist Betty B. Jones, Plaintiff vs Henry
O. Jones, Jr., Defendaant. Cafe No.
1946 business Church on Sunday.'
Although good and
'was a year we have returned after a Christmasvisit 6302.
have every reason to expect continued prosperity in with relatives In Alabama. A religious motion picture entitled ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND

1947 there is still enough uncertainty concerning the Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland "The Prodigal Son" will be NOTICE TO APPEAR ..
Cox STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. --- -----
future to warrant the continued practice of saving spent an enjoyable Christmas shown on Friday night, Jan, 10, Henry. O. Jones, Jr., whose residence -
In the Baptist Church by the and address Is % Mr Henry
money and investing it wisely. That Is one of the rea- with their two newly-returned Rev. Styman of Jacksonville.

sons for the current drive by the Treasury Departmentto sons have, G. C. Jr. and Earl, who AU are Invited to attend.

stimulate the sales of Savings Bonds, as the former the just been discharged from

War Bonds are now called. This campaign particu- Mr.army.and Mrs. Herschel Parker IN COUNTY CIRCUIT FLORIDA CO/TUT. BRAnFORD IN CHAN

larly aimed at the farmers of the nation. CKHY. sEEk
and daughters, Helen Jean, and Edward J. FarrlW, Plaintiff, "'.. o1u fi
Reports reveal that American farmers are doing >oris, have returned to Hampton Julia Ferrle, Defendant., Case No.12930RDER .

quite well for themselves right now. Like all other after several month.,spentIn OF PtrBLitCATTON 1A

Americans they are tempted to spend money when they Alabama and Michigan.Mr. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA) TO APPEAR to: Julia

have it; but sometimes extra money means extrava and Mrs. E. C._Morrl., and Ferrle whoa residence and ad-
children left dress Is: 131 Bentley Street Totnvllla .
recently for Pompano -
gance. The Treasury of the United States, along with Staten Island New York.
where
the bankers of every community, is therefore urging' a home Mr. Morris they will has make their Ja You ryar1ae: 1947 e"lnto; appear. above! on

cautious policy for everyone. to his returned named eourt andcaul.1 ., wherein
? former position,as Atlantic ilalntllt seeks divorce.. Bradford
!. Commenting editorially on the subject the Salt Coast Une operator In ,Ever- bounty Telegraph shall publleh..thus
Lake (Utah) Tribune says: lades, and will commute from Order Witness In next my fouB hand w.Akly and official I .uee.

No one not even the experts knows what is in: Pompano.Mr. and Mrs. Robert seal at 5,Starke! 194. Florida t 0 this December -
store for the farmers and F. Touch- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
earners of
wage consumers ton of Bell spent Saturday with Ae Cleric of eald Court.R. .
this country. No one knows when the extra savings I friends here. H. Duncan.. SIT Lynch' .. Buildingackionvllle. / ,

such as these placed in savings bonds will be needed Mr. and Mrs. 'Ed Durban and Atty. for Pit.Florida. 11-13 4t 1-8 a s

for emergency. But the investment in United States I children of Lawtey were visiting I t CIRCUIT COURT_ "BRADFORD

savings bonds is more than just an emergency measure. relatives here last Sunday. COUNTY. FLOniUAl IN CHAM.

It is an opportunity to keep surplus money in a safe I Mrs. J. F. Johnson has ,asher CERY.Marvin .Stark Plaintiff vii. Gloria

place where it will earn interest. guests this week her sister Stark, Defendant Cn.e No. 112911.I .

The farmers of America and the average wage Mrs.Peggy Iva of Bowden Macon and Ga.daughter.Other I STATE ORDER NOTICE OF OP FLORIDA PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR to: Gloria The Sale Of !
The
earners are not looking for speculative places for their guests last Sunday were Mrs.ohnson's Stark,. whose residence and ad Year
dress Is R.F.D. N6j I. Princeton,
They want it to
interest
money. earn some but they brother DeWltt Prevatt New Jersey
do not expect their small)) savings to make them mil.lionaires and family of Jacksonville.Mr. Ton are required to appear on
January 20, 1947. ,In t h above
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overnight. They are willing to leave that and Mrs. W. Ketner who named Court and cause, wherein
form of speculation to what is known as "adventure" have been residing at the homeof plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford s

> capital. )[r. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn left Order County In Telegraph next four ehall weekly publish Issues.. this

on Sunday for Orlando where Mr. Witness my hand and official
,<<* The need for thrift is always present. It is par- Ketner had received a business seal at Mtarke,. Florida, this De.cemh..r
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ticularly necessary in these uncertain times.: Surplus trAnsfer. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. )

cash used! to purchase savings bonds is an excellent bul- Mrs. Clarence Adklns has had J.As R.Clerk Harrison of said Law Court.Exchange

wark against future fluctuations of markets against as guests through Christmas Building, Jacksonville, Florida )

unemployment hazards and against the hundred and week her two sisters, Betty and Atty. for Plf. 12-20 It 1.10

one things that might have happened to any class of Jean White of Leesburg. .

citizens. An E bond backed by the United States gov- Mrs. LJnnie -Seley has had hereon

ernment and costing $75 today will be worth $100 in Harold of Wildwood and YOUR WATCH
daughter. Shirley of Cltral
ten years. Almost everyone can and should invest guests during the ad: Deserves the BestREPAIR
past week.
some share of his salary in such an enterprise for such Miss Betty Youngblood of Wal- IwpLk

returns. do has been visiting her grand

mother Mrs. Hester Hall.

For Safety, Comfort and Economy Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux and Miss

Jessie Wright visited Arthur Rho. qp Lt

FOH COURTEOUS den at the Lake City Veterans 4 ar 6M6MEtt.FoODBMCAm

(;', .... Hospital last Monday.Mrs. Cli {
CORRECT T. C. ChastaIn had as her

INFORMATION: Jru JS weekend guest her sister, Mrs. .'e. ....e..
I2h Addison of Ocala. Trustworthy Service Start Off ,
7 3 Sale
Please Phone 117fX. r Mrs. Alma Dyal was a visitorto > Big
Jacksonville'Monday. The New L

Ride Open-aIr religious services and Harley F. Strong DtITS Days -
Flqrida Greyhound
Lines Inc. Busses films were brought to the centerof Year WithSavings .

UNION BUS STATION town last Saturday night by CAMP BLINDING JEWELER FOOD STORES Jane
2-3-4
ll pie Ave. LACY the Rev. Paul Creft and Mrs. SINCE mi !
CONWAY Agent Starke. FU. Creft of Chicago. IH.. who are Quantity Rights Reserved
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Miss Ona Demorest Elizabeth Moyer cently ran Into Mra. (Col.) Clay- Mrs Cottrell HostessAt Hospital, Jacksonville '01\ Frlda i I
SOCIETY and CLUBS ton while shopping In Jacksonville Dec. 27. Mrs. Klddj and I

I i\ I Ii i Hostess At Gala Becomes BrideOf '0,-. Mrs. Clayton (who now I Informal TeaMrs. daughter returned to their home I

\ lives In St. Augustine) Imparted here Wednesday.
New Year's Eve Party Mr. Strickland' J. B. Cottrell was hostess
the good news that her son,I -
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S, Matthews Are Hosts Marcus, who lost the sight of last Friday afternoon at her homeon Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gibson!
The home of Mr and Mrs. R. Miss Elizabeth Elmira Moyer, and
I New both when rlflo grenade Kingsley Lake at an Informal sons Bobby and
House Year's a Tommy
At Beautiful Open on Day eyes ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Harry of
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F. Demorest on Park Flace was exploded at Kingsley Lake a tea given In honor of her sister, Goldsboro, N. C., arrived Friday

Commemorating: more than who called were Mrs. Annie R. the scene of festive New Year's! Wiloughby Moyer of Jacksonville, couple of years ago, is now able Mrs. Lottie Bargerson of Sardla, to spend several days with her
W
became the bride of Frow
, fifty years of married life, Mr. Norman, Miss Catherine Norman, party when Miss Ona Demorestwas Strickland, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. to see well enough with the aid Ga., who Is visiting: friends( and parents, :Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ken.

and' Mrs. Eugene S. Matthews Mrs. George W. Mozo,, Mrs. J. H. hostess to a large group of Alonzo S. Strickland of Kingsley of a magnifying glass, to tell relatives In Florida. The house I. drlck.

, were at home to friends on New Rollins and Mrs. J. L. Brtgsr all the younger set who met to wel- time on a big clock across the was attractively decorated with I
i F'', Year's Day between the hours ofF of Jacksonville; Mrs. O. C. Liv- come 1947. Lake, In a candlelight ceremony street from the St. Augustine D Christmas ornaments and the IN COUNTY ciiictirr, IMLOHIOAI COVHT, 1111Ul'oRii\
at 8 o'clock Saturday l'uAa.
performed
i F five and eight o'clock. ingston and Mr. and Mrs. J. color scheme of silver and Sc B School, where he Is a stu- guests were served delicious refreshments CEILY. j.
A evening In the Riverside Methodist
C. Mann,
Arthor Plaintiff
I occasion outstanding Gary Ennis of Tampa; Dr. and dent'.., Mrs. Clayton stated that of open faced sandwiches vs Ef.
an
On this green was used in decorating the Church, Jacksonville fie Rvs.lse Mann, Defendant e.. ..
Mrs. C. C. Shepherd and John some Spanish doctor In cake and tea. No. 8318.
event of the holiday season, living room of the Demorest home The minister, Dr. Eugene C. young OF'
the spacious Matthews home on Shepherd of Ocala; :Mrs. George New York performed a remarkable Those Invited\ to be present at ORDER PUBLICATION
for the occasion. Arrangements Few, officiated at the ceremony, AND NOTICW TO APPEAR
North Walnut Street was enhanced Dell Mrs. J. W. McCollum Mr. of silver poinsettias and rapsodun I background of white operation on Marcus, punc- this informal gathering with the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kffu
against a
i with beautiful arrangement and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, and leaves were used In the living I gladioli and palms, flanked 'by turing the eye ball In some man- hostess 'and honoree were: :Mrs. Kvl unknown.You. Mann. whose_ residence i>

of Golden Rapture roses, giant Mrs. Pearl' Pancoast, all of room and silver bells hung from: numerous lighted white tapers in ner to let in a degree of light L. A. Davis, Mrs. W. E. :MIddle- are' required to appear an

yellow chrysanthemums, daffodils Gainesville;; Mr. and Mrs. T. G. the chandeliers. *. I graduated candelabra.For They believe that he will ton, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. MIl- February named Court 3, un and, cause In the, wherein abnv.

I.' and yellow gladioli, carryingout Matthews of Alachua: Mr. and her wedding the bride continue to Improve, and say that ton Smith, Mrs.: Stephens, Mrs. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
was
the
, 'a color scheme of gold and Mrs. D. D. Weeks of LaCrosse; During evening punch hla. spirit and determination are, W. J. Churchwell, Mrs.I A. Z. County Telegraph shall publish thus
served In the dining room froma wore a gown which featured a Order In next four weekly ISHUOH,
,
white. Dr. H. B. McLendon of Orlando; remarkable All who remem- Adklns, and Mrs. Edward Burrn.Recent Witness my'hand and
1 with official
satin bodice self- 1
lace covered white tiny
After being greeted at the door Mrs. Annie M. Rlcharde, Mrs. H. bowl placed upon : ber this sad accident will rejoice eal at Starke, Florida, this Jan.
covered buttons extending to the
tablecloth decorated with gar- 2 1047.
by Mrs. ,H. B. McLendon of Or- M. Richarde, and Mr. and Mrs.L. lands of fern and camellias. On waist, a sweetheart neckline and with Marcus In his improvement Births (OKFICIA1. SEAL) A. J. Thomas
lando and 1/rra./ Eugene L. Mat- F. Chapman tf the State Farm; .,. A* Clerk of aald Court.
H. Hill and :Mr. the buffet an arrangement of long sleeves forming points over By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
thews, guests were received by Mr. and Mra..L. fruit and 'silvered leaves on a her hands. The doubletieredskirt THOMAS CARL HARPER Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla.
the host and hostess who stood and Mrs. O. W. Roberts of Law- silver tray was balanced by was of net appllqued with Another gala gathering of the Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Harper, of Atty. for Flf. 1-3 4t I.U
1 artistic arrangement of week' was the formal prom given Starke the birth of* a
I before an announce
silver white satin flowers and terminated .
candlesticks holding taper IN CIRCriT COURT. Hit \DFODD
:talisman roses, centering the tey.Woman's by Madge Brownlee at the Ser- son, Thomas Carl, in Alachua
Many colored balloons were sus- in a sweeping train. Her COUNTY, FLORIDA IN (;IIA .
mantel and balanced by burning Club vice Center Monday night County Hospital, Gainesville, I CERY.
pended from the chandelier. fingertip veil of sheer Imperial Bessls Lea Ndvth, Plaintiff vj
i in
out
set turned
yellow tapers. On ,either side The younger Thursday December 26. Mrs.
O. Defendant.
Aaron
Consul illusion fell from a pleated Juliet North Cam I
To Hear As arrived the girls were
were graceful potted palms. guests full force In its best bib and Harper is the former Miss Juanita No. SSI4.
of the same material and was
with bracelets of bells. cap ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
presented tucker and Lily Starling (Hahlra, '
For this occasion Mrs. Mat- From PanamaLister caught to her'' hair with a clusterof I PreVatt! of..Lawtey.SANDRA NOTICE TO APPEAR
thews chose a powder blue'jersey I Games were enjoyed throughoutthe carried Ga.), one of Madge's classmatesat STATE OF FLORIDA to: Aaron
She an
fashioned along simple lines Simons-Quiroz youthful! evening and many of them stephanotis. Montreat, flew down just for KAY HAILS O. North, whose residence la un.
gown heirloom handkerchief of Rose- known.
and featuring a Jewelstuddedbelt. Consul to the United States from, were centered around the Watch pofnt lace and wore a diamond ,the occasion Then of course, Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin O. Halle, You are required to ,appear on
will be' Party theme. Prizes were awardedto there were the Stith cousins, February 3, 1947, '' the above
birthof
of
Panama the
An orchid corsage and gold the Republic I' lavaller of her mother's.i Her Jr. of Orlando announce named Court and cause, wherein
mesh mittens completed her cos guest speaker at the regular contest winners.. bouquet was of gardenias centered Chan, Bob, and Jim of Washington a daughter Sandra Kay In plaintiff seeks divorce.', Bradford
tume. meeting of the Starke Woman's I At the hour of mldnlgut the with orchid D. C., and among the local- the Orange General Hospital on County Telegraph shall publish thfi
a purple-throated Order In next four weekly IKHUH
,After being received guests Club on' Wednesday, Jan. 8, at guests donned paper hats and and showered with stephanotis.A ites giving the lassies a rush were Sunday, Dec. 29. Witness my hand and officialseal
3:30: o'clock. The announcementwas with toy horns and singing wel- Billy Smith MaxIe Carter Jr., and at Starke Florida thlqljan-
'were directed to the dining room sister of the bride Mrs. Warren T
the New Year to the tur.esof Jim Brown God- MARCIA LYNN KIDD 2 1947. '. -
where refreshments were served made by Mrs. W. J. Church- comed M. York, Jr., of Washington, Pat McGriff (OFFICIAL:: SEAL) A.J.. Thpmaa,
well, chairman of the club's De- "Auld Lang Syne" and "Happy win escorted Madge, and among Capt, and Mrs. R. G. Kldd, .Jr. As Clerk of said Court. 4
from a beautifully appointed table D. C., was matron ()f honor, and D. CHK. ,
By Lucille C. Conner,
the birth of daughter,
of International Rela- New Year to You. Refreshmentsof the lovelies who caught my eye announce a
covered with a linen cutwork and partment bridesmaids were Miss Peggy Per- Zach H. Douglas., Qalneavlllft"P'Ia.Atty. .
tions, who will have charge of the fruit compote and cake were was Marjorie Davis who looked' Marcia Lynn, in St. Vincent'sI for Plf.' '
Venetian lace cloth. Tha lovely ritt, Miss Mary I Lou Kramp, ,
then served on small tables In the I particularly petite in black.velvet I ,.,_.. ... .,_i .
centerpiece was of yellow roses program. Miss Betty Jack Janes and Mrs. .,_, U. -I '-' '-
flanked The Consul Is one living room. I Madge's mother played host- .
and daffodils, and was by 23-year-old (I W. H. Edwards Jr.
burning yellow tapers In silver of the youngest diplomats accredited Miss Demorest was assisted In I W. H.: Edwards Jr. served as ess to the group of forty young

candelabra. to the United States, looking after here guests by Mrs. best man, and ushers were John I people and served refreshments of [

Pouring coffee from a handsome and is in charge of the Consulate'of Lucian Hazen, and Mr., and Mrs.R. I Arthur Torode J. D. Long Jr., E. Pepsi-Colas and sandwiches .

silver service, which was the Republic of Panama, 762 F. Demorest.. Leslie Biggs; and J. Oretg Moyer. '
Riverside Avenue Jacksonville.It Well Guess that winds up
presented to Mr. Matthew: in Following the ceremony a reception -
of the Is his view that "diplomacy the little black book for this time
1907 when he was Speaker WOW Meets TonightThe was held in the Atlantic
.' So See the
In
long
House of Representatives, were should be practiced among the Boulevard home of the bride'sparents. you

Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. O. C. youth, .the cultural institutions, W.O.W. will hold 'its .reg- : next .
I
Livingston, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, and the common people, rather ular meeting Friday night, Jan. 3, The bride Is a graduate of Robert -Carolyn.

\ Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, and Mrs. T. J. than across tea tables,. or in be- at 7:30: o'clock in the ball for the E. Lee High School. Mr.

i ;: Griffin.' tween sips of champagne". Con- purpose of election and Installation Strickland attended school in Dorothy Jane Cook

, This occasion was doubly significant sequently he ia working toward a of officers. An oyster sup- Starke aAd ia a graduate of Stet- To Wed Emory Guy

:' in that it also marked closer ideological and cultural per will be served following the son University In Deland.
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' the retirement of Mr, Matthews communion between the people of business meeting, according to an- Following the reception, Mr. Mr and Mrs.. Paul J. Cook of .,. _

from the position on, the State the United States and Panama announcement by Lacy Conway, and Mrs. Strickland left for a Glenslde, Pa, announce the en- to get the best

Railroad Commission which 'be through the organization of Inter financial secretary. wedding trip to New Orleans. gagement of their daughter, Dorothy -

has held for the past twenty-three American ,Clubs In the schools; Jane, to Emory Hutton Guyof dry cleaning

{ years, establishing a' record of the Interchange of language MlamL '. .
s; distinguished service bn this teachers, students, etc.; the Inter- "am Miss Cook is now placement i

quasi-judicial board, He and Mrs. change of books and other publications "' supervisor In' the Philadelphia office c': ,
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Matthews were married In Starkeon ; and the. establishment of of the International Business

September' 12, 1893: and have strong commercial relations. c Machine Co. She attended Kutz- The price you pay for

resided here ever since. While in Starke the Consul will town State Teachers College, good clothes should be

Assisting In serving and enter- also address the ,, Rotary Club at Kutztown, Pa., and Northwestern r tl considered when you're

taining the ICO'guests who called its luncheon meeting on January Pardon me while I go into mlldI'Cst.aale. Sale was at. her loveliest In an: University.Mr. having them cleaned

during the evening were Mrs. J. 8, and members of both organizations :lover that -marvelous I aqua creation Highlighted withrhlnestones ,, Guy Is the son of Mrs. AnnR. i Y oul1.:! Vl!;?:)?, dollars aheadm
W. Klncald, M... H. C.: Ritch, are fortunate to have this Junior Woman's Club dance, In and"seq11ln$ Lou- .. ,Guy of Hampton and the late ; a if consistently entrust -

Miss Madge :MIddleton, Mis. H. opportunity to learn at first hand the USO Thursday night ,of last ise Snyder was striking in black Rev.; Mr. Guy, who served for 41 you
them to expert
M. Rlcharde Mrs. Annie' R. Nor- some of the things that are being week t 'Twas the night AFTER velvet, and Fran! Peek made a years In the Methodist ministryof ,t __ our

man, Miss Catherine Norman, I done to encourage better International Christmas, and the time was) well pretty picture in black net Florida and Virginia. .He Is 4 cleaning methods. Send

Mrs. X.. D. Vlnintr, 'Miss Lucile I relations. The Rotary pent For ne'er have I seen Thelma Lewis likewise chose an, electrical engineer graduate of your cleaning problems

Mitchell Mrs. T. T. Long. Mrs. !meeting will be In charge of the such a gala event! Yes, I black the' University of Florida, and a .. i to us today. '

R. F. Demorest Mrs. K. G. Duncan -I Rev. W. J. Churchwell, chairmanof know that exaggeration is a well- law, graduate of Temple University

Mr* A. W. Anderson, Mrs. this organization's Interna- known feminine failing but I Highlight of the evening came Philadelphia.CARD .

Miriam Klckllter, and Miss: Doro- tional Service committee. think I can truthfully say, with- when Mary Lee Hancock appeared OF THANKS "

thy Clair Klckllter.' I Hostesses for the ,Woman's Club out fear of contradiction; that on the scene and sang "Al I We wish to
express our heart-
Mrs. J, M. Mitchell directed meeting in the afternoon will be: 'twas the best dance held In ways'i. The crowd: was so surprised felt to

guests to register 'In the sun parlor Mrs. Chas. F. Ward Mrs. John Starke In many a moon You and pleased that the applause 'us gratitude with their those kindness who assisted -
help
and appropriate music was Uglow Mrs.' D. E. Knight Mrs. C. can usually Judge the success of nearly brought down the< and
sympathy during the illness
played throughout the evening by A Knight, Mrs.' George Kopelou. an event by the number of "post house and she obliged with an en- and death of our beloved
one, F.
Mrs.: Kincaid, Mrs. Ethel M. sos and Mrs. W. R. Morse. mortems" held up and down Call core-the ever increasingly popu- B. Robinson, and for the beautiful PHONE 1351

Biggs, and Miss Jeanette McLen- Another featured speaker will Street the next day, and this one lar "White Christmas" We floral 315
offerings. May GOd'BrIchest RO T.
don, granddaughter of the hosts. be Mrs. Carl Hawk who has had seemed to be the general topicof all knew that Mary Lee had a blessings

Misses Mary Agnes and Madge many Interesting experiences dur- conversation wherever two or lovely voice, for she sings In the' of Mra rest upon each TempleAve.
you.- M. Rhoden, Mrs. GREEN
Anne Matthews, also granddaughters ing her residence In South more people gathered .. Baptist choir, but we didn't realize D. L. Kite, Mrs. C. C. Melvin. ,
received cards.'
America. -' until then that. we had a non- -- Owner .
Among the out-of-town guestsJ. During the musical part of the Greeting guests at the door- professional Dinah Shore in our Miss Mamie Kelly of Tampa .

program solos will be sung by were Luclle- Mitchell, president of midst And 'I might add, too, pent Christmas with her parents,

C. GERVAIS Mrs. Ursula Barnes and Miss the Junior Woman's Club, and S. that she was Just %s easy on the Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly. 41

Garnlta Hutto and Instrumental G. Denmark, commander' of the eyes as on the ears, becomingly
General attired in black taffeta, long even- II"i II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU'WIIIII"'W'IIWIUWIIIII'IIIIII"WIIIIIIIII' ' i MII ut MINIiii HI IIHIUHI H it w iiui uui iiii lin muni w i wit miuiii( i mi i ui 11 imu ui 11 uunu uuui 1111 wi IIIMI ill 1111111 IUHIUII nil WIIWWWpIWIUWWYIiIIIIWIIIIIWYIWy i '
numbers will be given by Miss American Legion Poet Muchof
Betty Ann Flynn. the success of the affair was ing gloves, and a camellia corsage

due, no doubt, to joint "
BlacksmithBody The foreign brides of service- sponsor-
men and veterans are particularly ship by these two enterprising organizations --- I Ia

invited to attend this meeting of Hear they didn't Even the Intermission was unusual -
Building with hardly anyone leavingthe .
make
14: the Woman's Club. any money just about
i; and Repairs broke even-due to the high tariff building, preferring to remain
I' necessary to interest Joe Harri around the tables; and participateIp t h
c
Cor. Broad & Center Mr$.,, Rosa Carter' son's 400 Club orchestra, but a burst of spontaneous vocalic .

'! Old Colley Shop StarkeCarpenter's Weds Haorlan SmithMrs. then, who cares about making IngGroup singing reignedfor i : I

money on a Christmas dance half an hour,." with couples

Rosa Carter of Starke be- The Important thing is to provide beating out the rhythm with ;

came the bride of Harlan E. everyone with a memorable time Coca-Cola bottles'' j :Mary Lee But an.J tElgt "

Smith of Breese, 111., in a double And that they did! was ably assisted In directing. this lla n .. ?.*wrn.-
ring ceremony performed In session by Guy Sale,... H. Dupre,
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For her wedding the bride worea provided In the dim-lighted ballroom John and Henry Godwin I

black suit with black accessories with tables arranged cabaret -I Everyone Joined In and 'twas ;' ,
and had as her only at- style around the dance floor quite a lively affair Among .,'
,
11 tendant, Mrs. Harry Lappe, .sister -although your faithful reporter the newer couples\ being welcomed II air I

of the bridegroom. could have wished for a bit more into the field were the Woodrow il/iltiam /el era S/ .,. Flair "
Thurmans of ..., ,, '
George Parrish served as best candlepower, the better to see Kingsley Village
what He, as you doubtless remem- il
everyone was wearing, my 50-Piece Set I Iti
man.Mrs.. Smith has been employedat dear But even in the subdued ber, Is connected with the Health ". ', ,". '<. ,. :"'., ',. ..o, .

the Lappe Bakery for the past glow I could see that Della Department \. .
year. Mr. Smith served four yearsin Rosenberg was causing much fav- 33.75 ..1'
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Hosts .. ti" -
at "
the A.A.F. with interesting "before and
the Eighth Air orable comment when she '
appeared fi
(TAX INCLUDED .a .,
Drug Store Force, participating In much of In her own creation of aqua after" parties which always helpto ..' (,j ) '...:

the activity of bombing Germany. Jersey with gold sequins Flo get out the crowd, were the ..: :-

Following the ceremony: the Jones looked so dashingly different Guy Sales Freddie 'Wimberly the ..r : tDiamonds "
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......v wedding party returned to Starke in her new upswept hairdo .f ; .'
// and were guests at a reception In that It was hard for old friendsto Junlus Smiths, and the Fred ; f: i .

an event the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry recognize her In the dimness I Guys Chaperones were Louise ;!,\".. .

Lappe., Nora Duval of Columbia, S.C. Kite, the new Junior Club : Lockets
is worth : '
havingit Mr. and Mrs. Smith will resideIn (lovely cousin and houseguest of sponsor Myrtle Anderson, Bess <* Ih

Breeae, HI. Luclle Mitchell) was a veritable 'Burns, and Gladys Canova ,

Is worthremembering vision in strapless pink taffeta Much credit for the huge successof Costume Jewelry

WSCS To MeetThe with matching mittens the event goes to that hard '
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working committee: Louise .
Sny-
two circles of the Woman's Patsy Sllcox vied for spot der Freddie Wimberly Patsy Watcl h, Repairing i I
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with pictures Society of Christian Service of light honors in slinky black Jersey Silcox and Delia Roseberg .,

the Methodist Church will hold a with an intriguingly silt S. O. Denmark and Levon Andrews -

Joint social, program and business skirt and tiny rubles studding representing the Legion,

meeting Monday afternoon the belt Madge Brownlee was gave able assistance Well,
beginning at a-o'clock. et the adorable In an off-shoulder black there's much more that could be

T. H. Osborne home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davison velvet number. Nina' Bishop said, but by now you should have

West Madison street. was most becomingly gowned in the general Idea that it was' a

WRITE BOX 42* Fresh stock of black taffeta with rhinestones pretty swell affair' .' So let'sbe "' GEM JEW'ELRYl

OR CALL ATHOOTER excellent typewriter around Its tight-fitting neck on our way .
ribbons at
THE TELE- Freddie .
Wimberly In
came for
BROS.
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GRAPH. Only 800 each for all her share of 9 EAST CALL ST.STARKE..
comment
wearing Lots of Callstreeters FLA.PHONE
makes typewriters and will be in- 170annmsaasesea I
machines. adding wine taffeta featuring some sort terested In a "bit of InformationI

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCGKAPII. STARKE, FLORIDA PACK FIVB

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r BITS of LOCAL NEWS Bob Stith left Monday for Annapolis Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and Miss Margaret Durshlmer has it: .UT'r ("(}loUT. nninmnn and pernnn. claiming under- -.- his '

Md., to resume his, children are spending a few days returned to her home in Brooks- COUNTY' FI.OHIItVI. IX: studies CKHY.PnvliV heirs at law legatees devi.eeor
L at the Naval Academy in Jacksonville this weK l with villa after spending the holidays t.. Hunter Plaintiff_ vs. grantees of ah of the *ihov '

Keen of Jackson- Mr. after spending the holidays herewith :Mrs. Landrum'., parent hero as the guest of her brother Virginia fix Hunter. Defendant. named partlea and all person I '
Miss Barbara and Mrs. Wlllard Pass and his grandparents Cane No. 5315.OltOER >lnli' rlft-ht title or Interest In I
and
spent Chrlstmaa here withr family of Atlanta, Ga., are Sir.: :Mrs. Daisy Johnston and daugh. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. OP PUBLICATION:> anil .to the property described a- '
lie spend. I'I'cl..In
Mrs. Nelma Keen. ing the Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. ter. Jean Alice, have returned to F. L. Durshlmer and family. AND NOTICE] TO Al'l'HAK love anti In the Hill of Complaint, !
mother holidays here as guests Miss STATH OP FLORIDA to! VIrginIa filed herein, do appear on the Slit "
C. F. Boyer of Jackson- of Mrs. Pass' parents, Mr. and I Madge Brownlee will leave their home in Houston Texas Mrs. Effle Johns spent Christmas nix Hunter, whone renlitenra In.; day' of January, A. 1). 1947. to \
Mrs. Friday for Montreal College. N. after spending the herewith In Jacksonville %]I Mr. Wllll Maud Dlx SOI O.t.1 answer the said Dill of Complaint I""
lie and daughter, Barbara, spent Mrs. Lorenzo Green. C., after holidays with her' inct. Street Macon Ileorgi.,.. filed R..alnt I them at the office of '),
' Years' Day here with Mrs.over's Mr. and Mra. John L. spending the holidays Mrs. Johnston's mother, Mrs nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Yt>u are required' to appear. on the Clerk of the Circuit Court In. '.
eW Briggs, here with her parents, Mr. and D W. Moore, and with relative J. J. Gross. February 3, 1947 In the above and fer EYariford County Florida. k I'
mother, Mrs. J. C. Man-. Jr., of Gainesville were guests on Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff and that thin Order ho published In I'I '
New Year's Day of Judge and In Clearwater. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Roberts peeks divorce and renter the Bradford County Telegraph,' a :
Come and otlon of Malden Name. Bradford I published In BradfordCounty !
be fitted newspaper
ng.Mrs.. L. W. Strickland of Ox-: Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. for yourfaIl Mrs. Thelma CJooper of Roanoke and daughter Patricia and Mr. County Telegraph hall puhllnh this florid, once a week for ,
several days this Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and winter SP1REIXA health Va., Is spending this week and Mrs. Fred Sellers and Sonny Order' In next four weekly. limue, four consecutive week. before the
rd Is spending spent garment, corsets Witness my hand and official return data mated In this Order
girdle and also
,
here
with Mr. and Mrs.
C. New Year's in Lake Cecil D. of Delray Beach spent Christmas .. !
ek with Mrs. J. Manning.Mr. Day City al at ittsrke. Florida, this January and Notice. .1
with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace surgical belts. Corsatlere, Brown. night here with Mrs. Mary Lee 2, 1947.OFFICIAL WITNESS my hand and the seal
and Mrs. John Hart and Joplln. Mrs. Frank Hoover Hancock. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, of thin Court on this the Snd day "
of Jacksonville spent Mrs. Opal Weathersbee of A* Clerk of ald Court. of January A. D. I.n,' at Htarke. I'
lldren Mrs. L. E. Deuden and Mrs.C. Miss Mae Blossom Allen of Branford was a visItor here SeeJtest Ice cream at Scott's. Py Lucille n. Conner, D. C. In the Htate and County 10'01"1." l.OFFICIAU "I
nday here as the guests of Mr.d Jacksonville Is Zarh H. Dmifflaa, Ualneavllln., Flu.Atty. ( SKAL. A. J. Thomft. d
Mrs. W. H. Hart. F. Ward called on friends In the guest of .Miss Thursday of last week. Harlan Smith of Breese, III., tot I'll. -a 4t 1-94 Clerk. of Circuit Court. Bradford' ii I1,

St. Augustine Tuesday. Among Ona Demorest' this week. Everyday greeting cards atScGtts. was the holiday guest of his County Florida. .I i I
Mrs. O. E. Ray and'chUdren' of them Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick TO APPKAUTO Oroen A Oreen Attorney icrPIl'itltf. .'
was Mrs. Floreus and brother-in-law'and sister, Mr. and ? L7.0'rJ $ HAVINO Oil 1-3: 4t 1-SI :
onticello are spending: several daughter,'Louise, former residents and guests Mr.\ and Mrs. W.\ S. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Devlin of Mrs. Harry Lappe. | CLAIMINO ANY INTKHKST "'
Lyg this week as the guests of of Starke. Gibson and sons, of Goldaboro. Gainesville ANI TO T1IH FOLLOW:>10 \
were visitors here Dr. and MTSJ
rs. Ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. Miss Louise Stern will return N. C., spent Monday and Tues- Monday) afternoon.Mr. and family I of :Tallahassee) Wilmot enjoyed Brown 1o HCUUtKD wit: Lot LANDS.nine (9), twenty-1"1 & ; H.
dward5. day in Lakeland with the Ken- > four (14) and twenty-five US
Saturday by plane to her and Mrs. Adam T. Green several
resume days at their Kingsley In auction .*v.*nteen (17), also
Miss Nina Bishop will returnis study of music In St. Louis Mo. drlck's son-in-law and daughter. were hosts to members of their Lake place' last week. lot sixteen (16) In Woodlawn.

week to Macon, Ga., where Miss Mary Brownlee Miss Mr. and Mrs. H. Tolbert Black. Immediate family, Mr. Green's Hoetloii eighteen' O I>*>) ,all I litTownnhlp 1'1 1'1f"'
The Mr.: and Mrs. Warren Perkins five (5). South' KantreS3
e will resume her studies as a Marie Baughand Miss Joyce Gibsons returned to their mother, Mrs. A. H. Green, and a and the latter's sister Mrs. An- Kant containing furty line

nlor at Wesleyan College.Irs. Humphrey returned this week to North Carolina home on NewYear's few friends at dinner on Christ. more or IHH,*.
nie Colson
spent Christmas It appenrlna; from the )'In Intlrf'8
A. Hart returned to her Day.Holiday Day,
M. their home In St. Mo. mall Day. .
Louis after in St. Augustine as of nworn Kill of Complaint' on file In
me In Surrency, Ga., Sundayter spehdlng the Christmas holidays guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and guests the. cane of .V. 1'. Llurk) Jones., v., i
the holidays withr Edmond 'Tenly were Mrs. Ten- Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Foppell. | O. H, Mi-Cay, et a..le., nld valise I
spending here children
with Miss Brownlee's par- spent Christmas with re ppndlnec In the Circuit Court of
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- ley's father C. H. Walters of atives in Tennllle Ga. Pvt. John Anderson on fur Florida, KlKhth .ludlftul I fit-cult I hand .

d Mrs. W. H. Hart. lee.Every Jacksonville; her brother and Mr. And Mrs. Ralph Nettles of lough here from Chanute Field .for In llradfoid County whichIIHUM
a suit to quIet title of tin
slster-ln-law the Rev. and Mrs. Winter Haven were here duringthe 111., Is spending thla week In uhove deNurlhml hand, that the
Hugh Walters of Lake City and Miami as guest of Mr. and Mrs. r np..itlve reildtmcen and place' ,* of l
holidays for a visit with MrNettles' .
'
ndilreH of the defendant, o. tt. 11I(' ,
W. S. Edmondson
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Walters, and and Miss Mar- 0111
parents Mr. and Mrs. R. I Cay ti Timber CorporationJiuue I II
daughter, Claire of Reldsvlll A. Nettles. tell EdmondRon. M r-'oHH all pur.soils < "
:i.lOtanln4" I
'ln
.
claiming him,
branch of Ga. Their other recent guest" ?Mr. and Mrs.' Jesse Newsome Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Chlldress, and John Wns'ner; nnil any helmaexlirneoM : I

were Mr. and Mrs. Call Tenly entertained 35 relatives at their Hugh Chlldress and Mr. and Mrs and parsons clnlmlna. t ,
under his
title, unknown to
are
and son, Rodney L. R. Tenly and home near Stark. on New Year's Willard Yeatts returned to their your Plaintiff; and that there Id nnprrnon ,

INSURANCECONSTANT MIss Marie Cawthan all 01 home In\ Reldavllle, N. C., Friday In the Mint.* of Florida, the. ''t, t
Day.Mrs. service of a subpoena upon whom .
Gainesville. Pv M. Barefoot and Miss after spending the holidays with would bind the mild, defendant. ni ,

Chen nile bed spread, pastel Sara Barefoot spent Thursday i In Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Chlldress. either or them.." Thnt It la the b..-
list of the IMalrttirr that the Maid. I
LIABILITY shades, at BeoU's.Mr. Gainesville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and defendant. are each over the' a*;* ;: ;
: and Mrs. George W. Thomas Joe Devlin. children of Jacksonville were of SI yearn ,

j; SERVICE -- spent the holidays with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green en- guests this week of his parents. that IT the is TiircnKFOiin,doTendnntn\ \ O onnrcnnD H. MI-CMy

OVER SO YEARS __ __ In Daytona Beach. tertained members of the Green Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Canal Timber I Corporation JameH. Ful-0-Pep Provides' a j
THE rT Fuse, and all ; clalmInw '
Christmas at any ptraon -
dinner guests the family at their home Christina Mrs. Effie Johns had as New Intel-nut under him anil JohnWasnvr. Vitamin Boost : r

home of Mrs. D. W. Moore Included evening. All six children of Mrs. Year's Day guests her niece and and any helm, I&NNIJne.. I I

Mrs. Daisy Johnston and A. H.. Green for Rugged Health :
were present, together nephew Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gross,

H. C. WALL AGENCY F RE daughter, Jean, of Houston Texas. with their families. On and her son and daughter-in-law, Plan to raise your chicks on Ful-! '

Cecil R. Moore and son, Charles, New Year's Day Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mra. Freeman Johns, all O-Pep the feed that produce.

of Lake Wales Mr.\ and Mrs. Ran- Green were hosts to Mrs. Green's of Jacksonville and the Rev. and World's Record-Making layers.

Please Phone 146 LIFECLASSIFIED I dall Cobb and son David Wayne, parents Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. W. G.. Smedley of Lake But Yes,more than half of the world's .,

_ of Belle Glade and Mr. and Mrs. and slaters.: Mist Sara Bare- champion egg layer of the principal f I

Thos. F. Brown and sons, Emoryand foot and Mrs. S. D. Phillips and ler.Mr. breeds were railed on the
and Mrs. M. C. Wells andL Ful-O-Pap Plan. Ful-O-Pen J' I I
Frank of Hampton.Mr. children of Lawtey.
: L. Jackson of Jacksonvillewere Chick Starter helps raise such '
and Mrs. Thurman Hatha. Mills Eleanor Durshlmer returned holiday guests of Mr. and healthy, robust chicks because tIt '

\ way and son, Thurman Jr., of to her home In Newark, N. J. contains vitamin-rich sources I .
Mrs. L. S. Hutto. '
Macon. Ga., were holiday guest by plane Sunday afternoon, after to. give your chicks a Vitamin I
Mr. and Mrs. David had
of Mrs. Hathaway's uncle and having spent the holidays with Kelly Boost for growth livability andvigor. j I
as guests during the holidays his So followI
VNTED--Lowest price on home FOR SALT S-burner oil stove aunt Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns her brother and sister-in-law Mr. HOWDY FOLKS: I (
nd 4 to 60 ache of land sultible .. (Nenc-o Range). AIJSO an eI'ctrloWashing sister, Mrs. Ethel Altman of the Ful-O-Pap I
for chicken farm with water machine. Olin W.. Whit., For home portraits see T. Hnabnrne. and Mrs. F. I.. Durshlmer and Tampa; his niece Miss Gloria Life Is just one fool thing after Save-On-Feed\ j

md lights not more than 8 mile,I 435 Lake street. .Starke, Fla. Itp See ad Oil Da** *- family. another nut love Is two fool Plan, the way I
of Branford and Misses
Kelly ; I
rom Stark on hard road. WII: Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green and Mrs. T. W. Caruthers. who has things after each other. that may save '
,ay cash In full .on delivery of FOR SALE:-One gentle Jersey Corrine Kelly and Marie Shermanof I'
warranted deed. Writ H. R. cow family Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Grif- spent the holidays with her you as much as
with three weeks old
Mclntosh, Hayesvllle, N. heifer calf. Tampa: and Paul Wilkerson of Aa he wrote his name in the 30% or more on '.
See fls and Mrs.
C.2tp 1-10 M. 1. VVatterson,. Hampton Maggie Green spent mother Mrs. W. J. Churchwel. I'
Branford. hotel traveler feed coat. S..
Fla. lip Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. W returned home Tuesday. She register, a spied "
RENT-Large store at "321 A. Brown and a bed bug. "I've been bit by us today forsupply I
it LOST 1939 Chevrolet truch disc family! in Grove- Joined Mr. Caruthers at Colemanand I'' t
OARD'OF '
Ave. Apply aid entrance THANKS your
lemple -
spiders In Marlavllle and by I
wheel with tire. between Lawteyand will return to Miami in ,I !
am address or Phone 181. Itn they of Ful-O-Pap :
land.Mr. We wish, to thank each and .
John H. Orlffls be
farm Sunday. fleas in Danburg but I'll
Reward. and Mrs. J. F. Hazen had time for the Orange Bowl football Chick Starter. t
Notify K. J. Rauleraon, .
everyone for assistance In helpIng darned If I've been In
home a
SALE-Farm or Summer Lawtey Fla.SOR Itp as holiday guests their son-in-law I ever
game.
,Hen, apple orchard 'woridin,8t extinguish the fire In our
where the bedbugs looked
> fruit" on Chatuga Lake and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrl. Gary Ennis and place Also'Complete \: I
SALE OR RENT4Angelo'aOrlll home Sat u rday morning. No at the to
:AS mile. around on water lln* Benka of guest register
Palatka and their! 'Morgan of
Tampa
& Gary
-on.
Thompson Madison
cor. '
Inest Inning In western N. C. words
can exprentf our appreciation' find out where I LineHARDWARE
sts. Starke. This, la ohrice for daughter Miss ,Caudle your room
loud roads, dally mall 'purestreeatone HaZen; a .spent several days: .here this week I
water. Ice ,cold 'In the someone If you'relOoTflrtrt for "a at' ? to all for their help and was, '
student the New I
bargain Building andor| fix Orleana''Bap- Mr. and Mra. T; G. Carter ot a "of" I ,
lottest day of* Bummer. Thouand kindness.Mr.. r.
.. of feet. above sea-level In tures. Apply Nick'* EUrgaln tlst Theological Seminary. Lulu were the guests Christmas and Mrs. Archie Riland.IN 'John: "My wife always haa the
he land of the skies where you House,.Starke. 4U 1-24 Mrs. Janie Avery has returned Day c of>> Mrs. Laura I. Powell and last word."

an the make play your ground dream -come of Dixie.truen HOUSE FOR SALD-Furnished or to Atlanta after spending Christ- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields. : CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Jim: "You're lucky. Mine never J'i'

Vrlte H. R. Mclntoah. Hayesvllle unfurnished.. Six rooms, well located mas here with her mother Mrs. John Guy returned Friday to COUNTY PLOUIUAl IX: CIIANCRHV. get to It."
'. C. Ztp 1-10 gaB heat reasonable. WriteP. : .
O. Box 72S, Starke, Fla. tf Hattie Hathcock. Mrs. Avery is Bloomington 111.! after spendingthe Ruth Ellen Mahaff.y Threatt, Plain. I1 l
HIT, .. Donald U.. But here have the last 'and
OPENINGS now operating the dining room In holidays here with Mr. .and v henry Threatt you can

Now ForPIJKED MEN! FOR SALE-Large roll top. d..kand the Pershing Hotel in Atlanta.Mr. Mrs. J. Fred Guy. fantliint. ORDER Caaa OF No.PtrHLTCATIONAMI 8304 word In complete car lubrication FARM "

Good Pay ad E.p....... side entrance bottle sac,,321 heater.Temple-Ave.Apply or and Mrs. Albert Glisson and For wedding portraits see T. IIOsbnrne. NOTIfB TO APPEAR high quality gas and oil. : 1;
,
f you can measure up to the phone 181. It family were visiting friends and ., See ad o. page 4. STATE OF FLORIDA to- llenrjr Take full advantage of our
ndards of the peacetime Regular Donald Threatt. whoHn aclirecs I I"
fly. you now have an unusual relatives In Palatka on Christmas The! Rev. andMrs.. W. J. : clo Cleneral Delivery, Camden, South ,many aervlcea. Drive In today. IMPLEMENTSFARMERS' t*

irs ortunlt you)'.can By choose enlisting one.; of for the I letter""CM". or claHsr"CWM"ringgold Inside., Day .' Church well had .** visitors the ,Carolina.You are. required to appear on nr ; rj:

nous fighting divisions now on Reward Charles Mooney, Stark, Drug sundries at Scott's. Con- first of the week Mr. and Mrs. before Monday, January' 27 1947 GULP OIL PRODUCTS 1
upatlon duty In Japan and Fla. lIp vrnlent for North Sta keltes. J. H. Churchwell of Jacksonville In the above named. Court and i raune, .. ) ;-
res, wherein plaintiff eek dlyor..ltrad. Washing Polishing
The divisions In which you can FOR SALE:-Ml Chevrolet Hpecla Doyle Boree of Jacksonville wasa Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Baldwin ot ford County Telegraph hall pub- Greasing L t
'lit Include such outstanding deluxe and '38 Ford deluxe. Apply recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oak Park, HI.! and Mr. and Mrs. Huh thin. Ord.r In next four weekly .
t* a* the tat Cavalry Division, Nit Owl Car*. lip 1510155.Witness
Division, 7th Infantry Albert Grlffis. Al Premo of Merimac WIs. my hand and official

l Ulon.ntrlu Inf.ntrY\Dlvlalon\ I WANTED tenant to live on. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tatum Jf: Mrs. B. A. Pope and baby son, seal at Stark., Florida thin 17th Temple & Lake 1
I 25th each my farm and work strawberries.Nice day of December, 1916. n
which had a treat battle.. record S-room house.. Can farm 15 Jacksonville spent Christmas I Ben, will return Monday to their (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Service Station SUPPLYMIKE
log the war. for themselves. lOdgar Bur. evening hero with Mr. and Mrs. .home in Norfolk Va., after All Clerk of said Court.
fter fell? of Stark on Jax ny Lucille C. Conner 0. C.
ml. N.
Initial training the U. S.. 3
can join the unit of your choice highway near Joe' drill. lip R. J. Davis. spending the holidays with Judge John J, llendemon. 5i'i: ; Bt Aua Phone 179
take part In the Interesting Miss Frances Colley of Jack- and Mrs. A, Z. Adkins. u.tlne, 1"1." ..., Atty. for Plf. l\IARUCA"Owner ltm
rk tiouria dog black 1-11 4t 1-14 j ,
of maintaining a Just peace LOST-Femal* Christmas .
sonville spent here Mrs. Robert Tanner and son
[ the Far Kant. You'll have the tin and whit. spotted Collar ___ .
Mntag. and Wadawortn with her mother Mrs. visited Mrs. Tanner's ,
of 20% extra pay for reads Anderson Marjorie Edward 'I"
kr.eaH service. Starting has. |ft reward. Notify d. P. Wadeworth -
pay Colley.Delores. mother Mrs. Laura Powell Monday
a Private oversea. la 190 a 8r, Hampton. Up IT'S A. FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ri ;
[nth In addition to food clothing. Ann Hancock Is visitIng on their return trip from
id( quarters, medical and den- WANTED-Need two salesmen for relatives in Delray Beach and Cocoa to Baldwin. :
care. And you'll enjoy excelt route Reply to Ernest Green.Oen. John H. Denmark Furniture COe
| living; plenty of Del.. Starke. Fla. Itp Pompano this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. I.. Durshlmer

htscHng. sport t"r :. lo'., I Miss Gayle Sewell of Atlanta, and family have aa guests this PHONE 151 FLA. \. .
I the satisfaction of doing a CHUM-CRAFT) FOR 1 47 STARKE .
nnwhlle job. Enlistment open. AVA1I.AIH.B 1 NOW Ga., returned home Tuesday after week, Mrs. Durshhner'a sister and

UlAn 18 to 34. Inclusive (IT with RUNABOUTH AND UTILITIES. spending the holidays here with brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
nts'' I IIT. 18-11-20-13-211 FT. 52-I"c. Sets
consent) Oet full detail
8. Army Recruiting Station. EXPRESS CRUISERS 23-85 FT. her parents Mr. .and Mrs. W. B. Belcher and daughter, Brenda 9d2-Wool I

Pont Office Building, Oalnes- ENCLOSED CRUISERS I DELUXB -!:.-.....,.-.... Lee and a niece. Miss Joyce Dishes '23.95 f
.
)R.Fla. 11 26 FT. AND n SUPRR FT. DELUXE Friends will regret to tcprn that I Chalkley. all of: Richmond-Va. .

ST YOUR FARM. CITY AND CALL OP.CHRI3-CRAPT WRITB YOUR DKALER AUTHOR. O. L. Beasley is confined to his I They were accompanied here by TheMe Are Made by Keld I are Rugs u.,
IZED ;
"SINESS PROPERTY 'Al ONCE home because of illness. Mrs. W., R. Chalkley who has been

KNIGHT: flOATS MOTOR 1VC.4TS : Mrs. :Marcus Brown and children visiting in Richmond for some Stetson China Co. Assorted Rich Colors i

HIVF.HMOH. AV8.JACKIOVILLIi. FIC.Pb. .. are spending a feldaYI/ I time.: -.'. .. I
I
.J1! AL ..... 5..OW4I 6-31":1: with relatives in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs: ,.II. A. Lawson and I Beautiful
STROUr
t "' .nd."* a-aioa a-wan Mr. and Mrs. Tom Slab and I family and Mr. and Mrs. Euel Platform Rockers '. In Dining Room I'.
'
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L try G.fe.f a*>*r Uer of _..- PROPERTY FOR SALE children, of Baxley Ga.. arrived I Lawson and family enjoyed I I and ItoomAssorted
P.- Living
propertr. II snad over
*
**
no *.,.. of Homee_Krm.- 2Vi acre farm with four room I, here last week and will make Christmas dinner with Mr. and
bearing pecan 19.95
old
,'ld...**Pr. B...y*.. from all over the tree house, within 12 acres 1000 feet of paved their home at Klngslsy Lake. Mrs. Marvin Lawson. I 69.50 ,- ,

. onea ilstl.g. highway. One mil from Depot In Mrs. Ethel Biggs and Miss Dot Miss Lola Jordan of Miami and '
STROUT REALTY AGENCY Sta..k.. Price 3BROD.DO Colon .
s.. N. D. W.I.rl. .11'. tie Sue Biggs are spending several 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodruffof I '
'
Reprenented LIMITED ONE
Locally By Broker days In St. Augustine with Col. Pensacola were guests Christmas A real Bargain -

F. C. HOLL1NG9WOUTII p..e 1.14 St.rk. and Mrs. Owen Griffin. rot Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phil- I 5Pc. Wheat Finish I TO A CUSTOMER

118 So. Walnut St. FOR RENT-Larlf" furnished l 1. Misses Shirley Colley, Virginia ips. I

room cabin bottle gas h.at.r. Green Wanda Mrs. L. S. Hutto Is her I _. _
furnished apartment. Sewell. Anice visiting
TTRES8E8 tted: furniture of all upholat.red kind rno-and Also J"ov f I-room.. bottle refrla-erator..a.. heater sink and Pearce Catharine Nolman, and brother and alster-ln-law, Mr. and Coffee Tables Dinette 79.50 S !

"finished ASTINOS. Drop u. a card. all Aw"Apply .Id. trjgn1" Ill. Lila Ray Caldwell returned to Mrs. E. P.. Hitter, In Hamlet N. I I 3-Pc. Maple
II'ATTRES's CO. Box .
.. or Phone 11 to resume C. 14.95
30, Palatb. ria. tf Tempi Av Tallahassee Thursday Real Leather Seats
I1JRANC..I building UdD their studies fct FSCW, Fast color, tight weave scatter Room 1 1To

' write all lines; fir. FOR near BALE-Stor.BI"ndlnll' 0.1.: with B. ALSO sheetrock. Miss Idalou Davis will leave rug only $2.23 at Scott's. Now Is The Time Sohd Oak :I LIving. j' ;.

"omoblle. liability and life. home 28x38 relied Sunday for 'Jfecksonvllla: where Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight and Purchase i Suds. .
for
J1 your Insurance needs. Make
,'.11 D. Walnwrlht' ,Jr.< 131 East el..trlc .e3rKsaOr 84- she will do Intern teaching In history Mr. and Mra. L F. Dlnkina attended -

street Phon. 184 _tf walk.ln ', at Andrew Jackson Senior the Gator Bowl Clasxlc -- i 189.50
A.
3.
t SALE-On. hot water heater, ."en Cove Spring P1*. tf High School for eight weeks be- football, game in Jacksonville on.

.allon Westinghouse eleotrlo wheel trailer. 4 fore returning to FSCW in TallaliaaHee New Year's Day. Hope Chests i
tnmatlo. One Platform Uocker
Good BALE-Two
condition. 331 W. FOR ...
LL'l St. atark. Fla. tf bed. ."ply heavy-duty tlr. in March. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkins

OMonrLB: Uttl n.w." .asonable, 2tp 1123 12-21 Walnut Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Conway and Mrs. Annie Colson had as ; Sofa & Straight Chair '.

.? of waiting AUCTION on a nw you're car St._ spent Christmas Day with,Mrs.; pests Sunday Mrs. Colaon's chllren Walnut Finish I,

I'r.not com over and buy on*? r n Conway'si parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colaon 1' Large Tray I II
cv. _
Pant had sale several*. Also 194 w*& will car" **In ll MADAME Fred Hubner and family at Flora- and son Jimmy of Pahokee, and t5 49.95 i Comfortable

u" car. truck tractor trailer home. Mra. S. D. Carver and daughter, .

I"" any You.other automotlv* vehicle Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Morris and Mary Louise and Mrs. O. F. I and Beautifully
cry Sale start 1 p. m. ARON This Special I I For '
Wednesday at Oalnesvllle children returned tt Montgomery Clifford of Jacksonville.
.. DeslJtT1ed
y tock Market. tf Ala., this week after pending the Friend of Mrs. 1. B. Jordan One Week Only I

BALE E!'!antlful JlOxUS GIFTED PALMIST holidays here with Mr. and Mrs.C. will be pleased to know that aha uu .

efront. lot, whit. sand bach. AND A. Knight. Miss Patricia Ann la recuperating In St. Luke's hospital

tit cor.211 Llttl.cottage Santa x20 F* screen Lak. MEDIUM Shepherd of Lake City Is the following a major operation.Mra. Shop U3 before you buU. JVe SA VE MONEY for' gou.

rc h- VH.. Card.;, atarke.! tf PSYCHIC guest this week of the Knights. O. C. Livingston of Tampa Come In At Your Earliest Convenience .

--- will I. this week with Mrs. .
SALE-a-bedroom house SW Friends of "W. C. Prather spending -

'dition S. Bay, 8t.. Stark. Excellent ROUTE n 'be glad to learn that he has returned J. M.Mitchell. Your Credit Good With V. Be Sure To Open An
occupied by own.r unAttractive -
recently OPPOSITE FARM MKT. : Ur his home here from the Mr, and Mrs. Merrill Struth
;- convenInformation -
..1 t .D..lln 0... For writ. 1"ALATKA. FLA- Alachua County Hospital, where spent Christmas In Deland with Account With U. This Week
111& ...
Cypr..s. asia.te Yr. Strath's parents.
e. lie underwent an operation.
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f BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY S
SEC 1911:

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Case No. 5280.ORDER Edgar A. Cooper, Defendant. Case I named court and w
I' the family since January 1922. I phere in holly and ate nuts, think- cause, "
. . dina Is visiting her grandparents Of PUBLICATIONAND No. 5279. plaintiff seeks divorce. brultu
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill, this i Present were Mr. and Mrs. C, ing: of those I lived with! so many NOTICE) TO APPEAR ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND County Tel..rapl.hall Dullish
STATE OP FLORIDA to: RobertX Order in next four Ihi I
and I ,
Mr.
weekly
LAWTEY week. B. Roberts of Graham; years.Here Achenbach, whose residence. la NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness my hand I""as
Misses Ada and Lou Edwards Mrs. W. T. Wasdin and eon, E. la a new ,cake recipe: 1501 Kant Cumberland Street, Lebanon STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edgar seal at Starke, Florida and, this ort!.1,

By The School their sister E. Wasdin and family, and Mrs Chocolate Angel Food.. 3-4 cup Pennsylvania.You to appear .an A... Cooper, whose residence and ad cember 11, 1143.\
. . . have been visiting Estelle Gunter and family, all of cake flour, 1 1-4 cups egg whites, January are 13,Required 1947, In the above dress la: 1406 South Main Street (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thoi11
Mrs. Mary Mtxon, in Jacksonville named Court and cause, wherein Anderson, South Carolina. As Clerk of said Court. P,
I:' during the week. Waldo; Mrs. Evelyn Brown and 1 1-4 'cup sugar, 1.4 tap salt, 4 plaintiff eeeka divorce. Bradford You are required to appear on D. E. Knight, Starke, FlorIn
i' WEINER ROAST family of Trenton; Mrs. Millie tbs cocoa, 1 heaping tsp cream County Telegraph shall publish this January: 13, 1947. in the above Atty for Pit. U-U 4t
.: Mra. L. H. Futch, sponsor of Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Hickman Fogg and son Jewett Fogg, of tartar, 1 tap vanilla. Sift flour Order In next four weekly HsueaWltneaa I 1.
of the Union Ala. spent the my band and official
the Youth Fellowship of Springs
Graham, and three of her daugh- once, measure and sift four times seal at Starke, Florida, this December -
\ Methodist Church entertaalned weekend In Lawtey visiting their ters Mrs. Letha Durban and fam- with a 12 1948.OFFICJAL ,
Beat In long
eggs a pan
with a weiner friends. Rev. Hickman was ( SEAL) A.' J. Thomas,
young people many ily of Jacksonville, Mrs. Llnnle flat wire egg beater. When foamy As ,Clerk of eald Court. R. B. Alvarez &
roast last Tuesday evening. At 12 the pastor of the Methodist McCulley and daughter, Florence, add cream of' tartar. Beat until By Lucille C. Conner D. C. Son
I 1\)\ o'clock the young people went to Church last year. They are on Zach If. Douglas G.lne.\lle.\ Fla. I
Mrs. Leola Roberts and fam- Fold In
and
egg holds up In peaks. Atty. for Plf. 12-13 4t 1-3
ll t the church to ring the old year their to Ruskin to spend the _
way ily, all of"Starke; Mr. and Mrs. sugar 2 tbs at a time, add va- !
|' out and the new year in. winter. H. M. Wasdin and eons, of Gra- nilla. Fold in flour to which the IJ'COUNTY CIRCUIT, FLOH1IIAI COURT BRADFORD IN CIIA1MCBHV. -' Transfer & Storage Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and Miss Daisy Starling of Jacksonville ham, and their daughter, Mrs. A. cocoa has been added when sift .
Elmer Lowe Forbes, Plaintiff, va
\'.' Mary Ann Wells returned to their spent last Sunday with her T. Andrews and family of Starke: ing. Pour in angel food cake pan Loretta Ruth Forbes, Defendant

,'. home in Leesburg last Sunday after brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and J. A. Wasdin and family of Pat- and bake in slow oven 825 decrees Case No. 5231. Phone 179,

, i spending the Christmas holidays :Mrs. H. .C. WalnwrlKht. terson, Ga., R. S. .Wasdin and for about an hour. Invert ORDER NOTICE OP PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR eWe

with Mrs. Effie Miner. Jack Bales spent the holidays family of Starke; and L. R. Was pan and let cool. Use 7 min.icing STATE OF FLORIDA to Mrs
in Lawtey with his family. din and family of Gainesville. with cocoa added. Loretta Ruth Forbes, whose residence operate local and long
;p' Miss Eunice Wllkerson was the and address let T7-8J 30th
dinner guest of Mr. and Mr* B. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch were Many guests not members of the Happy New Year, and God bless Street, Queen, Nevr York.to .on Moving' I and distance -. Anywhere in |

C. Wllkerson on Christmas Day. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Immediate family ,were also pre everyone. January You are 13 required, 1947. In the appear above of

Miss Wilkeraon is employed in E. Crosby of Westconnet on ent. Love, Lura.NOTICE named court and cause, wherein the State Florida.
plalntUr ...k. divorce. Bradford 'a:
Jacksonville Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberta were ) County Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r .

Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, :MIls Mrs. Loulebella Moore of Plant shopping In Starke Monday.Mr. Notice la hereby given that theunder.lgned Witness In next my four hand weekly and official tinmen. Fast, Careful'JJlovingComplete

Marguerite Wainwright and Jas. City was visiting her many and Mrs Forest Reynolds Guardian of Mae Lee seal at Florida, this December -
Lewis, Morris Edward Lewis and ltard..
Wainwright were visiting Mrs. friends In Lawtey last Saturday.Mr. of Jacksonville were guests of James Leon Lewis, minor., will on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
", WalnwrlRht's, sister and brother- and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank the 16th day of January 1947, ael As Clerk of laid Court.T. .
David and Wendell at private sale, all the fntereet ot Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.
,
j s, in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rowe two sons, Abernathy, Sunday. the above named minor \ to Atty. for Plf. 12-13 4t 1-3
; in Macclenny last Friday.Mr. were visiting relatives In New Mrs. Edward Broughton and the to-wlti following described real estate, Service
last While there
River
and Mrs Horace Cox of Sunday. daughter, Mrs. Katie Man 1, at- The North 165 yards of the NE% IN TOE COURT OF TUB COUNTY
they saw the oil well drilling in of NW/4 containing Fifteen acre JUIMJR IIIIADKORI C O U NTY,
Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. r tended the funeral of Lacy Ritch more or less and Five acre In FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In = Looks like it's going to be I
Cox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul operation.Mrs. the South West corner of said re: Estate of -s
Dinkins the A. E. Bozard, Miss Alene Sunday.Mr. NEH of NWVi beinga strip Mary O. Walnwrlght. Deceased. ri;; along time yet before
holidays. :
during and Mrs. D. Hines of Jacksonville : .
'- Bozard, Jack Bozard, and Mr. land 88 yards East and West Te All Creditor' Had pe>rm Having -
of
Mr. and Mrs. O. W, Roberts were dinner guests Wed- :275 yards. North and South containing rl.lme or Uemaads Against many us get that news
and Mrs. J. S. Dority Jr. from B aoree more or lens. aU Said Estate we've been waiting
car for
I were guests of Mrs.: Roberts'father Columbia, S. C. spent the Christ- nesday of his brother-in-law and In Section Thirteen (13) ,Township Tou and each of you are hereby
,' J. H. Tatum, in Deland sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Star- Six (6) South of Range notified and required to presentany Therefore, it's more important
mas holidays here with Mrs. Bo- Twenty-one Z1) Fast and con- claims and demands which you.
Christmas Day. zard's son-in-law and daughter, ling. tslnlngr In the aggregate Twenty or either of you, may have againstthe Certified than ever to let usLubrication
Miss Arthurine Blanchard of W. Bur- (20) more or lens estate of Mary O. Walnwrlcht. :
John McKlnney and C. acres : keep your old car in A-l [
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren.
he said sale based on Application filed deceased, late of said County to
Jacksonville was visiting < par- While here they visited Mr. and ton attended the Christian Lewis, Guardian. the County Judge of Bradford condition.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. 31an Church convention at Long Bridge 12.20 4t l1ronl. County, Florida, at hie office In
Mrs. V. H. and children
Appleby the court house of said County atStark. .
Christmas.
chard
, on in Jacksonville. They also visited Sunday. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD .., Florida within eight calendar Washing Polishing Waxing
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Arwoodof Leon Wynn left for Plant City COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIIAN- month from the time of the
of
Silver Springs and other places STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
.
of notice.
Green Cove were weekend CKRV. first publication this
interest Sunday and will be employed'in a Foster V. Monitor\ Plaintiff, vs Each claim or demand shall be In
, guests of Mrs. Arwood's parent', canning plant there. Christine P. Mosher, Defendant writing and shall state the placeof
: Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Carter. Case No. B276. residence and post. office addressof
is e e e e.Se Mr. and Mrs. Noe Jackson and ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND the claimant and shall be sworn L. B. Alvarez Service Station'
Miss Cordelia Jones of Fernan- children of Waldo were visiting NOTICE TO APPEAR to by the claimant, his agent, or .
Graham Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney Sun- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Christine his attorney, and any such claimor -
, P. Mosher whose residenceand demand not ao filed shall be :' Temple Ave., at Call St.
Tailor-Made day. address Is: 4 taut Street Worcester void.
By Mrs. John McKinney Massachusetts. N. D. Waillwrl..btAe
t . . e I . . . You are required to appear on Administrator.
SEAT COVERS January 13. 1947, In the above 12-13, 4t 1-' .0 _._ _._._r_ ... ,.. u _ w, _._ .. ____
named court and 'cause, wherein -
WASDIN FAMILY REUNIONThe Clay'Hill plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
,
County Telegraph shall publish this COUNTT. FLORIDAl IN CHAN-
the
family of late H. D.
) Order In next four weekly issues CERY.
and Ellen Wasdin held a reunionat By Lura Burgess Mohr Witness my hand and official Andrew Digits, Jr., Plaintiff, va.
SEE ARNOLD GRIFFIS
, the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Ponca, Neb. seal at Starke Florida, this December Pauline Dlvira, Defendant. Case

;: B. Roberts Sunday, Dec. 22. . . . '(OFFICIAL 11. SEAL 1948. ) A. J. ThomasAn No. ORDER S368. OF PUBLICATION

The bountiful dinner, including Cleric of said Court. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
,0R R tee,. turkey and other delicious fooda By Lura Burgess Mohr, Fonca, Martin, Jacksonville J. Pearl ,803 Florida.Graham Building DlKffs STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to:and Pauline ad Sausage

, F too numerous to mention, was Neb. Atty. for Plf. 12-13 4t 1-1 dressla: p. O. No. 232, Lllesvllle,

I served plcnlo style, on a table Wherein I have a most Joyous IN CIRCUIT COURT- BRADFORD N.You C. are required Into e on Fresh Pork Liver

. All Work Guaranteed placed in the yard under the Christmas, and now prepare to COUNTY FLORID- A| IN CHAN. January 13, L947, : "bOnam.d ,Pudding
trees. CERY. court and cause, wherein '
; WARD SEAT meet the New Year. Rosalie. Moran Plaintiff, re. Joseph plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
The Wasdin family consists of Moran. Defendant. Case No. 6270. County Telegraph shall publish this Head Cheese
fight children, six boys) and two Ring out wild bells, .to the wild ORDER OF PUBLICATION Order In next four weekly '""uelJ. Hog's
COVER CO. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness my hand and -official
' girls, and all were present exceptR. sky, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseph seal at Starke Florida, this December -
1 GAY'S SERVICE STATION: D. Wasdin who resides at Den- The flying clouds, the frosty Moran, whose residence and address 9 1946.
Is: 6023 Elmwood Avenue, ( ICL.kUSEA J. Thomas 'e
ning, New Mexico, who has not C Court
Phone 10 Court & Madison Sts. light Philadelphia Pa. Aa .r : ,
been seen by other members of The year Is dying in the night You are' required to appear on By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. ;-'
13, 1947, In the above J. 8. Harrison Law Exchange Bide.
January 'STARKE
and him 2 :MILES SOUTH OF
Ring out wild bells let named court and cause, wherein Jacksonville Fla. I
i die. plaintiff seeks divorce. :Bradford Atty. for PIt. 12-13 4t 1-3
County Telegraph shall publish this GRIFFIS ROAD
ON
Can Use More Pulpwood Last year I spent New Year's Order In next myf four hand weekly and official issuess.Witness lit CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD

Eve alone. I went up early to seal, at Stark:b! Florida, this .DeCemher CO* *NTY YrPt VLOR1UAI: *.r-i -J IN''_CHAN__ refi -_lenu-S .. -.> .. .ties
u.., WRITETIMBER DEPT. IAA my room,in.the hotel in"Jackson. : 1 Mildred F. Cooper, >Plaintiff, va.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .. .
ville. I always have'a mixed As Clerk of said Court. c'
Container,Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla feeling of elation and regret on By Lucille C. Conner D. C.'
Starke ,
T. Frank Landrum, Fla.
that Eve. I feU asleep and was Atty. for Plf. 12-13 4t 1-S
awakened by the blare of whistles JM_a rya
IN' CIRCUIT: COURT. BRADFORD =
Southern Lumber Company and tooting horns. I, though halt COUNTY FLOK1DAI IN CHAN r .

asleep, slipped out of bed on my CERY. _
'. Shirley Achenbach, Plaintiff, vs.
10th. St. -- Two Blocks 'East of Depot knees at the bedside. I said a Robert L. Achenbach, Defendant. _

:J",r .. Starke, Fla. prayer of Thanksgiving and ask

ed God to lead me by the hand

,$: ROUGH.and DRESSED LUMBER through the coming year. He CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

f l,.. ========================= has brought me a long ways, and Toast to 19471

x P Logs Purchased at the Millor been so good to me. This year

although not alone I shall ,do the
..
.q.
Stumpage Bought
: same and thank him for all my .


f.' ',.: 1'L a blessings.Christmas band's brother1 at I the had' home:in such of Coleridge a'my lovely hus-, -.1:::::: : I / I r';::::::


Y''L INTEGRITYof Nebraska He la also an under- =:
'
{ ", taker and furniture dealer. We : ::: '

i conduct and dealing with better had turkey and ate to Ice',cream. ;- ; /

thoughtfulness and economy in alt our On Christmas Eve we three got

\ serving-; -these mark the reputable In the living room around the --

,. quality'. this well known firm. Christmas tree and opened our ;-TE. : --

packages. I have a young son ,

t; Just home from college, so it was .
a grand evening. Christmas: day -

was warm and bright. The mer-

: DEWITT C. JONES cury stood about CO to 65 degrees ---- 4
all day. The drive to Cole- PHARMACIST -

,.,i AMBULANCE SERVICE ridge was pleasant and I' thought G c

Funeral Director about my presents and generoussum Phone 64 STARKE '
of money my< husband gave r ;
'"
STARKE) PHONE T' On-the-Minit Service
me as a present.

il Our local funeral home enables us to I had many cards and presents 1,
from Clay Hill. One was a big
offer conveniences and services not Y1f
I box of holly from Mrs.. F. D. 1 "

I otherwise available.We .Lang. They had a nice Christmas QOII CYLH

at the school. Mrs.
program
; furnish the highest type service at the lowest price uf -
Lang and Elgin Padgett sent me
\ accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued) by ANT company
pecans, so I had Florida atmos-
as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation

carries) no AbUgatlon. h
.
DONUTS ROLLS ;!!!a .

PIES & CAKES .. (\J Ij .

None are better


; MEET YOUR FRIENDS than This year, as "Auld Lang Syne" rings out the old year,

I' .. toasts,will be made throughout the land for a happy
I ,
i f. ; .. t AT THE r
Lappe Bakerymakes prosperous 1947.


BLUE TAVERN tiE.R Make your toast'a very special salute to good cheer. .


CAKES MADE TO ORDER lt ".. make it a promise to yourself for more flavorful enjoyment -

:j/ r Good Home-Cooked Mealse: \o for all next year.J' Resolve to enjoy golden mellow


Steaks Chicken Sea Food CONSTIPATIONRt.ky case* of .5"s 0,. JAX Beer whenever the, occasion calls for sparkling, delicious

; In refreshment, and remember that good food knowsno

Plate Lunches BAD COLDS Accident. Your finer companion than' JAX, the Drink 'of ,Friendship...

Sandwiches Beer Soft Drinks Retained undigested\ food becomes Lest friend Serve' JAX the 'great regional beverage with
putrefactive, causes toxins, 'which is an meals. !
JAX ,
overload the liver and other vital organs -
OPEN FROM: 10 A.M. TO 11 P. M. of the body, lessening your resistance Enjoy JAX often just by itself. SaY :!
to colds and other winter ills Accident Policy Ys tr j/.rI

? Everybody. 'Welcome Your Business and Why Interfering take this chance with their when treatment.you can ::r IBY:: I"dFAGS t

take Calotabs? Calotabs thoroughlyyet Charley E, Johns 7Y 9f t.o/&a4.
.
i Appreciated : pleasantly: act on every foot ofyour e
intestines, sweeping out toxinladen : Agency
putrefactive foods and virus-
laden mucus, enabling you to more) Phone IS
STARKE. FLA.
DUB RHODEN, Mgr. effectively avoid or fight a cold.Noticing -
1 acta Uke good old Calotabs.Use as
Phone directed. lOo and 25<3 at all druggists. 1
134-W BREWING
I
COMPAMY.' Jacksonville Fieri 1 i id

Take CALOTABS ,... ,

.Representing THE TRAVELERS.Hartford

.rs.. l



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JANUARY 1947 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAUKK, FLORIDA rAGE SEYlI1fts !


Told Schedule verted; or within five years, 1(. Three S e e e e e 'e . ters ''I
Awarded arrived Dec. 26 from their shoulder by an exploding Germar I
policy Is dated after 'January 1 Tall Sugar Cane
,
For home In Roswell Ga., to visit mortar shell in
1946.
Applying Pilots LicensesAt Luxemburg or
State Farm Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox and Mr. Measures 13 Feet ,
O. I. bill January 27, 1945. i
education
rious Benefits must be Conway Airpark and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. During
completed within nine years after By Mrs. Aryan WbltfMd their they with The young veteran will reside Two stalks of
. stay spent a day sugar cane, measuring
veterans' timetable," giving end of the war.Application Raymond Nuerenberger, JamesP. S e e 55 e relatives in Jacksonville and an- here with his wife and two sons I 10 feet and 2 Inches In the 'J

rvicemen the successive dead- for GI loan must be Brown, and A. O. Griffis are BIRTHDAY PARTYA other with friends in Deland.They on West Madison street In the jointed portion, and probably In ):

for their ,applications forms made within 10 years ,.after the the latest flying students at the were accompanied to Deland by dwelling recently purchased fromL. II.

government benefits, was end of the war. Conway Airpark to receive pilot'slicenses tree beautifully and native decorated Christmas Mrs. I M. Bradley and Carolyn D. VJnlng.Rites excess of 13 feet to the tip of t

sed this week by Albert Lee Appeal for review of discharge according to proprietor festive greenery lenta Bradley. their tassled tops, were placed on H
air to
|by, county service officer.. must be made within 19 years Lacy Conway. Edward Lee Per and Mrs. J. M.the Bradley home of when Mr. During the Christmas holidays Lst Week exhibit at the Telegraph office :

chart offers veterans .a6se after discharge. kins made his initial solo flight Mr. and Mns> J. C. Wallace had last week by the grower, John I
a they honored their daughter,Car- '
\ summary of procedure, Disability pension requests are last week Conway stated. olyn, with a party Monday even- as guests Misses Jean and Nancy For M. H. Carter McKlnney of Graham.

ebY they may adhere to reg- acceptable at any tfme before The class, conducted by In- Ing, Dec. 23, In celebration of her Mynlhan and Mary Wells, Mr. Mr. McKlnney. states that the l II

one and secure maximumfits. death, and those for burial bene- structor R. M. Stuart under the twelfth birthday. The dining and Mrs. Dan Bryant, Mr. and: Marvin II. Carter, 55, veteran unusually long cane was grown I,{ to,

[ fits within twq years after death. G. I. Bill of Rights, currently has room table was covered with a Mrs. R.A.- Wells. Mrs. Isabel Bradford farmer, died, Tuesday from the stubs (second crop) and j \

ta chronology of the tlme- eight students and 20 applicants.Four lace cloth and centered with an Edwards and John Mynlhan. morning at the home of his son Is a new Improved variety. It '
Christmas visitors of :(1'. and and only surviving relative, E. H. was topped with beautiful
silky
-, offers the following: data: Infant GriffisHelen aircraft are based at the artistically decorated cake. Places 1\ (I

flthin 90 days after discharge, field for instruction and commercial were marked with unique favors Mrs J. M. Bradley were Mr. ,and Carter.A tasaels-a very unusual sight, for 4:

I veteran is expected to apply E. Griffis, Infant daughter purposes, including a Boeing that carried out the chosen Mrs Vance Geiger, Bradley Gel- native of Marlon County, ordinarily cane Is cut before it has {',

Rhls old Job. of Melton and Dorothy Codle 235 horsepower ship, two Piper seasonal scheme. Green and get, Mr. and Mrs. Reece Bradley South Carolina, he was born a chance to tassle, as it must be ,1'

1st 1947 Griffis.; died December 24, after a Cubs and a Taylorcraft. white tapers shed a soft light by and sons and Miss Mildred Hund- January 19, 1891 and settled on harvested before. cold) weather .a
he Is
,
fore February term insurance brief illness. Conway announced that the which the boys and girls ate ice ley, all of Jacksonville. a farm near Starke as a young sets in. Due to the unusually .

reinstate She was born September 30, planes are available for charter cream and slices of the cake. Out E. D. Mobley was with his fam- man. He was a member of the warm fall, however, Mr. McKinney !

Li). 1940 and is survived by her par and sightseeing including a trip door games around a bonfire ily at Sanford at Christmas. Baptist Church. has not yet cut his cane, thus
fore September 1st, 1947, he Mr. and Mrs. J. A.. Bouvier allowing It to lassie out. II I
ents. over Kingsley Lake for' the fee afforded fun for several hours to I Funeral services were held Wednesday 'i
t apply for terminal leave Funeral services were held 2 of $2.25 per person. the honoree and the following spent Christmas Eve with Mr of last week at 10 a.m. at Mr. McKinney will start mak ,

p. m., December 24th, at the guests: Jimmie Monorlef. Peggy and Mrs. Cecil McRae and family the graveside in Dyal cemetery. ing syrup next week and expects: (

adjustment allowances must graveside at the Pine Grove Ceme- Rush at Postoffice Caldwell Helen Whltneld. Jim- In McIntosh. DeWitt C. Jones was in chargeof to produce from 150 to 200 gal I

:ompleted within two years tery, at Raiford. mie and Erma Jean Godwin, and En route from their home in the arrangements. lons. I I

discharge or end of the war. DeWItt C. Jones was In chargeof Indicates GrowthOf Sonny Engram and Betty Williams. Winter Garden to Auburn Ala.? i iI'

-the-job training must beginin the arrangements. k. ( Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mack were

|( four years after discharge CommunityPostmaster dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Church Sunday School Guide it hi!.
d of the war. For stampp; s, stamp pad esti- CHRISTMAS PARTY J. Q. Caldwell at noon Thursday. ;,j

|thIn eight years after takingolley ink, rubber stamps, deters num- F. F. Stump The Community Sunday School Leslie Bradley visited Sgt. and .
mated this week that the volumeof
Insurance must.be con- bercrs see The TELEGRAPH. had a lovely party for Its memo Mrs. Jack D. Bradley In Tampafor

Christmas mall handled bers Christmas Eve Attractive several days during his Christ. First Presbyterian,, Methodist ChurchHoly i
through the Starke post office
decorations, including a huge vacation. I //11
was four times the amount Wit- mas "The Challenge of the Un- Communion will be observed '. ;
Christmas tree, made the auditorium Little Miss Patricia McRae of
Special Reduction for New Year'sNew nessed here in the years prior to of the known" will be the topic used by at both services in the ;
Community Buildingthe McIntosh was the guest of her
1941. Mailing activity was of Dr. Kaufman for his sermon at 11 First Methodist Church on Sun f
ideal setting for this enjoyable Mr. and Mrs. J. r!
grandparents
course, considerably less than that o'clock Sunday morning in the day, Jan. 5. It Is urged that all ,r '
affair. There was a well A. Bouvier during the holiday sea
experienced during the Blanding presented First Presbyterian Church. communicants be present aa this t.
LADIES OVERCOATS, All Sizes era (approximately half of that program of music and son. We know what the year 1946 is the beginning of) the! Now Year. I' I i I
readings and group singing of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd I
Were 9.50 to 11.50 Now 5.95 each of last Christmas), but deliveries carols. Old Santa arrived upon visited Mr and Mrs. Guy C. Rich. has been. This year of turmoil The pastor Mil.. use as his sub t,1I ,{
were considered heavy for thecity's and strife in industry, misunderstanding ject, "The Christian Wlk", tiled ;
the scene in time to distributethe ardson in Crescent I
City Sunday
Few- GIRLS' OVERCOATS Sizes 8. 16 present population.A gifts. and disagreement: between on the Scripture, Col. :2:5: -"As
Christmas dinner guests of Mr.
total personnel of 15. Includ- capital and labor, haa cause ye have therefor!!) received Christ .
Were 9.50 Now 4.95 eachNew ing two extras, handled the holiday POP CORN POPPINGIn and Mrs. J. P. Roberts were Mr. ed suffering among oir own pea I Jesus the Lord, so walk ye in. I I111m"
and Mrs. J. E. McCormick of
honor of a group of young ple and has,even extended its In-- 1 :
GIRLS' COATS Sizes 3.6 rush which reached a climax Christmas visitors and the Junior Baker County and Miss Doris fluence across the oceans. The Installation new officers .

2.95 each on the Monday before Christmas.EXPERT boys and girls of the Farm had a Roberts of .Jeck onvlJle. We can truly say of 1917 that for. the W8CS will take place at i.

pop corn popping at the Communi Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox had "we have not passed this way this service, and all members are !

New DUNGAREES for Building Friday evening. Games as visitors Sunday Mr. and Mrs. before". Let each cf ui determine urged to be present ,
Boys and dancing afforded fun for sev- Ralph Cox and daughters of Live to make better New YearIn The evening e'rvlca will be H t.

Sizes 8 to 16 1.85 eral hours. With the pop corn Oak and Mr and Mrs. Knlce 1047.>> evangelistic, featuring the singing I '

the hosts served Pepsi-Colas. Mrs Bradshaw and children of Penney of familiar hymns and 1very t 'I

New DUNGAREES for Men J. G. Caldwell and Mrs Bryan Farms and Miss Nell Barker of sweet fellowship. Young People I

Whltfleld assisted in hospitalities. Raleigh, N. C.,. house guest of Baptist ChurchOn meet at 6:30.: 1 !.
2.75 each
Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw. The Garfield Evans Sub-District ;
Sunday morning at 9:45: the I \
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams
meeting will be held In Waldo '
KHAKI PANTS All Sizes Mrs. Vernon Walker of Mac- and daughter, Betty, spent the I Sunday School of the First Baptist Monday night Jan. 6; and all i

1.95 each clenny spent Monday with Miss Immediate Yuletide season with I Church begins a new quarter young people are urged to attend. .
'with the lessons in the
Lila Rae Caldwell., Mrs Walker, Mr. William's parents Mr. and Inspiring I
study of the Life of Christ from
KHAKI SHIRTS ep : who is now a student at FSCW, Mrs. T. G. Williams in Donald- The public Is cordially invited :
: the Gospel of. John. The pastor, *
will be remembered as Wllla Jean sonvllle, Ga. to attend this unusual Christmas .
1.25 and 1.75 eachick's Malone, a former Farm resident Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Perry and ; the Rev. L. D. Halnea, will bring musical presentation. ; t)
SERVICE
I the at the 11 o'clock f
Holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. children of Jacksonville were Sun- message i

W. Woodward were Mr. and day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. morning worship hour. 4 SPONSORSOf

HouseTWO Chas. C. Mrs. Bob Touchton of Bell, W. II. WUlIams. The Perrys were accompanied Training Unions meet at 6:15:: iJ i
Bargain for the first of four lessons under '
Herron of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. home by Miss Betty I The Church Pago ;
the theme for January: "The ;
ShepherdAt Bard Gale and daughter, Sharon, Williams who visited them and .
BLOCKS FROM BUS STATION of Palatka, and Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. Reece Bradley for Book of the Knowledge of God", \ It

Gay's Service Station I.. Thompson of Tampa. Mrs. several days. the lesson title being "The Recordof Tip Top Super Market ::
NORTH ON ROAD 13 God's Revelation". \
t '
i Hollywood Camera !
Thompson was,] until her recent Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburn- ]

marriage, Jacqueline Woodward. dale ls'vll'lltlngMr.; and Mrs. .P, At the evening Happy Hour at ._ & Gift Shop '; '

Mrs. J. T. Cogdili of Knoxvllle, S. Crews.. 'Mrs. Crews, Mrs. Sel 7:3O an evangelistic message will II. C. Wan Agency "*.' : }1\)\
be the follow- i'c
brought by
Tenn., visited Mr. and Mrs. R.'P. lers and Mrs,:'Rivers were In La pastor, Carpenter's ,!
half hour of and choruses
McLendon from Tuesday until Crosse Friday as guests of Mr. ing. a. songs Coca-Cola Bottling Co. ,i

Sunday. Mrs. Cogdlll went, from and Mrs. D. L. Shaw. Leila's I"
Mid-week service will
,.. here to Gainesville'' to visit other Holiday visitors of Mr. and prayer f.i
.. Koch ,Drug Store
be held at 7:30: on Wednesday.Bible .
., relatives and was accompaniedto Mrs. P. S. Crews were Mr. and )
Study class will resume Tyus' Dry GoodsDriggere' 1:
that city by Mr. and Mrs. MC- Mrs. G. W. Rivers and daughter, .
.. .. I. '
? : its study of the Life of Christ on Furniture Co. y ,"
Lendon and sons who were dinner' Selma, of Graham, Mrs A. F. I
:
o4 O ,j.'. :. guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Thornton of Auburndale and Bill Thursday at 7:00.Heilbronn Hart Furniture Co- rl'f. ;

11". Mrs. E. A. Duff I Rivers .of Tampa.Chairman Florida Dank at Starke ,.

'solo ra i. Mrs. Gerald Cox- : and 'daugh- -- BaptistsIn Mike Maruca tr:

i.' IST CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD] ExplainsImportance our services of the last two ,a't \
: '. : CO UN TV. FLOJUUAl I.V VllANCFIIY. \
Of Sundays our hearts have been 1\
St. Mark'sEpiscopal
Mabel E. Johnson Plaintiff, v.. made to rejoice and our faith has ;. Ii,.
: Alvls C. Johnson, Defendant. Case March Of Dimes ,
... No. 637. been strengthened to have so Church i.

." "i' .. ORDER OV: PUBLICATIONAND many visitors come and worship \ (.f
\( ., ? 1: NOTICE TO APPEAR Contribution to the March of i
with We were happy to have
STATE) OP: FLORIDA TO: Dimes, January 15-30, will enable us. t '
.. ; STATE OF: FLORIDA to: Atvli them In our midst and we Invite Church School 10 A. M. :; ,
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the National Foundation of Infantile .. ,
C Johnson, who. le
', residence : Bt. and worship
f to come
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H' ; ) everyone Morning and '
Elisabeth Hospital Prayer N
r ,. Bectlon" C-T Paralysis to organize more i ;
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Service, Waehlnrton, D. C. with us.Some.
." .d"ti' .. You emergency aid units of polio Sermon 11 A. M. ;;
are required to appear on of our visitors were: Mr. If";
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1..;; and Mrs. Godwin, Raiford; Mr. "I
..... .... 0' court and eauee. whereinplaintiff demics, Guy Andrews chairman -i1.
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., ,, r. '. .. .' County: Telegraph seeks divorce shall publUlt Bradford this; here for the 1947 March of Dimes and Mrs. Emory Johns, Mr. and Chosen open dally for prayerand .

: ;' Order In ..."t four weekly Issuer.Witness Mrs.' Clayton Crawford Mr. and rest Service Center apes 'It I :
.!f.;, .h. committee, declared
t- . campaign for 1 t "
; ," '" '; '" my hand and official Mrs. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill dally recreation. "
.or'If.v.
''.' '. : .' 'i< '."C..'. '.-. seal. at Starke Florida, this December yesterday. Lane Willie Green U'
-; ; . 11. 1949.foFFiCiAi. Reddish Bill !
these units
that ren-
I, Noting .X:
,, SEAL A. J. Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs Freeman Cros
... ." .; Ae Clerk "f Mid Cdurt. dered vital services during last ,' ;
,' ., Zach H. Dmiglaa,. Oalnenvllle, Fla. summer's poliomyelitis epidemics, by.We J
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,- i", : Atty. tor Pit. 12-13 U 1-3 made to rejoice when First Christian''
"" were
.' ..... r".,. a .'. second worst In the nation's his Mr and Mrs. Crosby and Hutton ;\t
> iw CIRCUIT cornr. BRADFORD tory, Andrews appealed for greater l
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t COUNTY. VLOI11IIAI. IV CHAN; Lee Clark joined hands with us Church :
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CERV.Rthel support than ever before In ;
WOW/ LOOK AT THAT/ O. Steven, Plaintiff, v>. this year's March of Dimes. to work for Jesus Christ. Chris ., ; {
Charles St.venll. Defendant. Ca. tian friends pray for us and the ," 1'Ii 1
Emergency aid units, rushed to "
BUT IN SPITE OF .. -I. No. ORDER oF' work we are trying to do for our Jan. ,
PUBLICATIONAND stricken areas helped to set up Sunday, I 5 ,a;
NOTICE] TO APPEAR Lord. .
EVERYTHINGPEPSICOLA/ / STATE] OP.. FLORIDA to: Charlei hospital facilities and Instructed -Church Reporter. Sermon 11:00 A. M. ;' .f i,
wtinee residence and ad physicians and nurses In the most t f .
'; 0 81.y..n"l ie 912Went* Jly Rev. Fred Dodd '
LAS) : Main Street (;
IN THE Wrlleburar Went ..Virginia.Tou modem methods of diagnosing : tl'
are .cll:0 appear on and treating infantile paralysis. Christian ChurchThe I'
January { 147. the above "Expansion of such vital ser- REVIVAL BEGINS : bt
BIG BIG BOTTLE IS named. court and cau.e, wherein Rev. Fred Dodd of Key- t
12 OUN plaintiff eeeke divorce. Bradford vices In the war against polio can Sunday Jan. 12
i Uounty Telegraph .hall publish this stone Heights will fill the pulpitof /.f
ONLY 6* WE'RE { Order In next four weekly, Inuenwltneea be made possible only through the First Christian Church here { ,
my hand and offlnla more generous support than ever .
REALLY DRAGGING seal at 8'.arke. Florida this December before of the January 15-30 Sunday morningat the 11 o'clock I' ,J .
10 1148.
will not
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, March of Dimes drive," Andrews worship service. There
BOTTOM PEPSI' 64v Ae Clerk of aald' Court. be an evening service. The sun- FirstPresbyterian
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II. O. Brown Btarke. Florida. said.Andrews day school meets at 10 o'clock'a. ,'
Atty. tor Pit. 11-13 .t 1.aExpert disclosed that the epidemic -. t
which occurred last sum- m.. and midweek prayer service Church

mer was the worst In the nation's will be held Wednesday nightat

lrl history since the great epidemic 7:30: o'clock. --

I" .of 1916; the most severe In recorded Beginning with the 11 o'clock

history. service Sunday morning, January Sunday Jan. 5 '
12, this church will conduct a ; j

series of revival meetings lasting
Wm. T. Jackson "The ChallengeOf
two weeks. The dally services,
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Has Army ReleaseAfter conducted by Evangelist Bill
The Unknown"
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Stroup of Pennsylvania, will begin -

spending 23 months in each night during the revivalat -

Oliver General Hospital Augusta, 7:3O o'clock Special music

t.- Ga.. recuperating from wounds received will be a feature of each night's Dr. Kaufman Pastor f
'- : oe I in the "Uattle. of the service and the public Is cordially ,

Bulge" William ,T. "Billy" Jack- Invited to attend.!

son was honorably dischargedfrom
Bicycle the Army December 16 and \

RepairWhether arrived home last week. FIRST METHODIST CHURCHA

Young Jackson, 24-year-old son

of :Mrs. Carl Jackson of Starko, ;
It's a major opera- Friendly Church In A Friendly Community

tion or the mere tightening of entered the Army In June, 1944

8/ffffER-SETTER a bolt yon can be sore your and arrived overseas in the Euro- The Rev W. J. Churchwell, Pastor

bicycle will receive prompt and pean Theatre of Operations in r

careful attention bere. December of the same ;year, justIn -

time. to participate In the desperate
Sermon Jan. 5
Topics-Sunday,
BIGGS & BAKER stand the Allies made ,

against Germany's last counter 11:00 A. M. "The Christian Walk" 'y

BICYCLE STORE offensive during the winter of

1944-43. After only SO days on 7:30 P. 1 M. Evangelistic SuvlceIDAY. ;

a 123 W. Call St. Seethe,' h: a. the line. Jackson was critically I

''c Ba"lId I wounded in the left ..arm and

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A Bradford Teachers Christ and Lafayette. 'Doyle the Cleaner' 1946AiIiisuaiYea '
Remember ?
counties 'ranking well below \ r
They
$1,353 Many Prominent Citizens.Pass; In 1946-
Average TodayOfficial
; ,, l the',state's average were not Opening '
Ranks 44th '. toareas 'Continued nt Death as .It does In every year claimed the lives of a
County confined, to any one region or opening of "Doyle the from page 1. large
number? prominent Bradford County citizens.
small towns Amdhy'thoi
of relatively Cleaner new dry cleaning establishment -
The average salary paid $radford's street who passed on ''during the year, leaving niches that their
classroom teachers for and low Income. According to on Washington approval, by converting to margarine. fam
pies and friends find hard to fill, were:
data Alachua has been announced for today Rising coats In all phases of U. S. were reflected In
1045-40 was $1,353 a year, or the department's economy 1
Volley :McKinney-Jan. Lt. J. T.
$2802 a week for 52 weeks according Putnam Leon and Flaglet pay (Friday) at 7 a. m. stated the new county budget totaling $97,827.00, an increase of 30 percentover Jerry M. Norman-Jan. 27 H. A. Prescott-July J-Iubner-Juiy 23 19

: to reports submitted to lens salaries than Bradford, with Proprietor D. Doyle the previous ;year. However because of vastly Increased race John M.,Seymour-Feb. 7 Roy Edwards-July 23
that he will special em-
State Superintendent of Public place track revenues received from the state, an actual decrease of one
.. Putnam and Columbia Included phasis on ladles work having Installed S. J. Norman-Feb. 8 Sebroix. CrosbY-July 11,
Instruction Colin English. among the lower 15: of the state equipment necessary to mill in the county' tax levy was announced. A state survey showed J. H. Saxon-Feb. 13 Truman Dyal Aug. 13

,! Local school teachers, white (Columbia was 05th). In 67th was give "fine Individual service." that per capita cost of government In Bradford County during the J. L. Harrell-Feb. 14 Charles McCartney-Sect. 2
: and colored were thus shown to Modern facilities in the new previous year was $5.63, as compared with the state average of 886. Ellis\ L Wilson-Mar. 14 J. F. Colley -Sept. 6
: have an average monthly pay of Jefferson County with an annualteachers' J. M. Alvarez-Mar. 16 W. B.
1 Include the latest type A sobering note was'sounded In mid-July with the release of a LazenbY-Sept 20
only $112.75., The total figure pay of $1,000. plant P. S. Denmark-MAr. 16 Robt. M. Crawford
) machine, complete Bilk- War. Department report showing that Bradford County lost 17 men Jr.-Oct. 13
'I pressing
made was less by $308 than the High-rated counties of rela- Marlon Reddish-Mar, 18' J. D. Bowers-Oct. 25:
'unit, tumbler in World II.
state's annual average per teacherof i tively'modest population Included finishing ,drying War W. B. Alexander-Mar. 28 Chas. :W. SIbley-Nov. 7
washer and extractor and pres- By early August ;effects of the county's most prolonged: rainy :
11,661. Charlotte (Punta Gorda) at 10th, John F. Austln-Apr. 16 Robt. B, Lee-Nov. 11
Bradford was ranked as 44th Franklin (Apalachicola) at 16th, sure filler. spell were' becoming apparent In waahed-out roads and bridges, over-' ,Mrs; H.' A.. Bishop-May 3 Miss Amelia, Ray-Nov. 13

among the state's 67 counties. In Pasco (Dade City) at 20th, and Doyle has been In the dry flowing lakes; and damaged crops.. Rains began In April and con B. R. Wlt.kovskl-May 8 :Mrs. N. D.Walnwright-Nov.
24
business for 20 ,
point of teachers' pay. Its bud- Brevard (Titusvllle). 21st. cleaning having entered the trade In StarkeIn years tinued almost daily through 'September. I L. F. Blackburn-May' 12' Frank B.. Robinson-Nov. 21

getary requirements for salaries The top 13, paying more than 1926. During the war he was School Enrollment Molds Steady Elmo Chapman-June 7 'Mrs.: Ida Anderson,-Nov. 29

were thus legs than 'a number of I the state's average, included Vol- assistant superintendent of quar- Da', Labor Day; Bradford High School, opened its doors with a' Bruce McCall-June 7 Mrs M. B. Herlong, Dec 2
counties including uaia and Polk from Central Florida enrollment less than the Mrs. W. L.. 'Wall-June 7 Mrs., J. I* Frazee-Dec. 9
other North Florida termaster laundries and dry clean- first-day of 1065-only slightly previous .
T. A. Meraereau-July 12 W| 'D. Faxon
and ten from South Florida, -Dec. 24
Clay, Nassau Dixie Gil- ing plants at army posts In Florida year's 1119. Apparently the demise of Camp Blanding was havingLittle
"I headed by Dade, with 32,268 aver- North Carolina and Texas. effect on the permanent population of Stark if the number of.
Duval, the '
teacher. only
age per situatedImmediately
I The establishment Is
Florida children In school could be accepted as a yardstick. NOTICE to -
North" ,
of register the
representative said "" tlous ;;;
west of the Lawson
Notice in hereby given that the
Palm September 10 climaxed one of the hottest city elections' on rec- In the Office of the Clerk
W.C..T. U. ranked fifth below Dade Market. Hours will be from 7 undenlgrneit-.. engaged In budnoes Circuit Court of Bradford of Ib
Beach Pineliaa and Broward. ord with voters tturning out to approve continued financial supportof under the fictitious name of Fla. Co un"",
a. m. to 6.30: p. m. E. S Laboratory located at Hampton third rest,1dOladyih, 1.
FIBBER MCGEE AND MOLLY the Bradford Health Department and to choose three councilman I in the Clly 'of Hampton, Bradford one-third Shetx

DRINKS SERVE FRUIT .' NO Boy Scout News BHS Will Open from 11 candidates' -largest field ever to offer. in a city election here.I I County,; Florida and Intends, Interest. Starke 11.21, ft Fyn.1-1'

Growth of the community was reflected, In the new telephone,

Fibber McGee and I Molly The local Boy Scout troop en- Basketball Season directory,Issued In mid-September showing 241 listings as comparedwith
joyed a recreational meeting Monday SeD Your TIMBER !
NOSY
visited Chicago recently and Against ,Waldo 140 in ---
night at 7.30: o'clock in the 1940.Veterans
mingled with,JIometown folks Honored In Great Celebration

i withoutbeing recognized! excepting American Legion building. One Training for the 1947 version September' 28 was a day for' the history books AS 10,000 men
skit,
of the a
In cue, where direct patrols presented of, the Bradford basketball quintet Highest CASH Prices Paid ,
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to
Starke greet
limits of
4 conversation '(!caused admirers and the entire troop participatedIn began before the holidays women and children crowded Into the city: ,
a game of steal the bicon. The General Jonathan M. Wainwright and join In a welcome-home celebration
:f of the most coo Jataot top program with an encouraging response! to
v next' Is Monday night, : It conceded to be the
on the air to recognize meeting the call by Coach Shad Bryant, for veterans of World War II was ,
', their voice. same time same place.T. Dally pracUce sessions interrupted biggest and most successful event ever held In Starke and the city
'I i I B. Harding,'Jr, Scribe.:: ad' WILL BUY IN BULK
fortunate
Old friends who were only by mid-term ex- gained, state national publicity.

enough to visit these popular CARD OF THANKS aminations will be resumed after October was ushered In with the threat of a disastrous hurricane OR BY THE UNIT '.

stars In their Ambassador We wish to our heartfelt the holidays when the boys start but for some unexplained reason known only to the elements
East Hotel suite, were greeted express prepping in earnest for the sea- before head-
gratitude for tin many kindnesses the big'wind blew itself out over the Gulf of Mexico
cordially, and found big bowlsof son's booked for ,
M ,;.hown.us following the opener, January Ing Inland. Thus the hurricane of 1946 apparently headed directly
fruit for their enjoyment, 14 with Waldo. The game will
r I but no drink went' In evidence. recent death of our belovedsls-, be played at the local Armory.The for this vicinity, proved to be just another false alarm. a EDWIN W PECK'P.

(From report In Chicago ter ,and. aunt; :Mrs. Marla Kosel schedule as yet unfilled October 'set'another unique record when, for the first time in ,.
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1 )AILY NEWS Copied Hulk .- Mrs. Margaret 1 Gwydir will call for two games weekly history the pecan'crop brought as much cash ,Into the county as the '. 0.'.Box 463' Gainesville, Fla.

from UNION SIGNAL). Fred Kosel,' George. Kosel Wesley (Tuesday and Friday) from Jan- strawberry crop: Due to shortages In Georgia and other neighboringstates

y 1 Ir Stearns. I uary to the first of March., nuts averaged "around 35c per pound at the,auction here and Send Me A ,Postcard

Although forwards Billy Ed- it is estimated that gross receipts from pecans in ''this county ran And I Will Come To See You

t I Ii wards, Charles Mooney and Spike close to half a million dollars. Not so nuiny years ago nuts sold for
i Vance and Wells a guard hav
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five and six cents"a pound."I
:I'i' t EASY TO APPLY played from' two to ,three years, Springtime in NovemberNot -BB. .fB BBB BBBtF&ttti ttFttBti MtttBttitttBtFSifftfift
the team will for the most part
"start from scratch," Bryant said until the middle of November came the first tingle of fall

The majority of boys ,,lack ex- weather The,unusual endurance of summer warmth together 'with

perlenca, a handicap.,which should the great amount of moisture left in the soil, from summer rains :c Clothing .

\ be fairly overcome as. the season combined to bring about strange phenomena In the realm Mother, .

it4tAv ..: : progresses., '" ... Nature Pecan trees always .thelaat to bud out'in spring begaheprouUng d "
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Wherefore putting away lying, fresh new growth; here and there an azalea bush burst in- ', .. and Shoes

speak every man truth: with his to full bloom three months early; and Cherokee rose vines staged

neighbour. their .traditional..welcome to spring In the form of fragile white '

blossoms. ; pear ,trees also blossomed and in at least one instance, "' FOR: v ,

THE NEW "CEUOPHANE-UKE" FINISH FOR IV: (''CIRCUIT.rN'I'Y. .FLORIDA COURT| BRADFORD I.T,' CHAN, produced an ottiseason fruit. ,The first pint of ripe strawberrieswas

I Je :a'YMae: Owens; ,! = brought to town on No"embel\ll:5\and: \ growerS were faced with
K ; Plaintiff !
n0os WAIU AUTOS- FURNITURE "of.ooma l the unique of two berry in ,
v. Je Owen?, 1.>efen ocqurrance crops one year. 'Shipments The Entire Fni1yi
1 < !" p I dant ORDER Case No OF": 6309.PUBLICATION' ', began in.mid-December whereas.ordinarily, they do not, begin until
$4 Les ihlWeseJ/ue.ssmmLTb. seise '
1t'9si.1. I AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE February or,Match-: _
.h*, lmfie et .ufele'e' me. A CUM***, $ OF FLORIDA ,IooJe..le: T t'
f.95 M. Owens, whose. residence and ad- ,lhe year ended; on a note of optimism, as efforts of,the Chant' r "s

kanl C.I.U rtt T wIT. netreel er ship r er peell. alllwi dren South J la Carolina.You Meeting. 8tr.ett, Charleston. ber of Commerce to bring\ Industry' into-.the county began to bear Every day is bargain day

) are required to appear on fruit and Blandlng Center (one-time QI amusement building) was ,
February Srd 1941.., In the above
named Court and cause wherein converted to use,by a manufacturer ,of. plastic displays. Ultimate

"'County plaintiff Telegraph....k. divorce hall publish' Bradford. till employment would reach a total of 300. It was predict.ed.Interest at the .* ,*

W Order In also
'j next four weekly fmues.Wltne was centered in oil drillIng operations ,that beganon
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uvi OME' at Starke.a my Florida hand thin and official of seal December 1 at New River. J -
F1\, & AUTO SUPPLY 30th De-
,: | cember, 1946.OFFICIAL Local merchants reported that Christmas business was "excel
( SEAL) A.t.: Thomas.
STARKE. FLORIDA A. Clerk of aid Court. lent", and, grosses In some Instances ,were said to have, exceeded
\ John .1'. Henderson. Eaq.Atty 1945s. STARJ
I for Pit. l-l 41 t.f :
From wherethe Telegraph sat it looked aa It, In spite of dire

Ii ".1'.1ti ', predictions Starke had pretty' well learned how to get along with J
out Camp Blanding.

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't# At The TabernacleMr.
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fp.. and Mrs. J.t,T. QuIgley and

... .: their guests Dr. John McNeill of'
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,",' Washington D. C., Rev. Roger JOYNER'S MARKETFORMERLY
\ Congdon and N. C. Brower of the"
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"" ,. r. Atlanta Bible Institute and Edna I .
: and Leonard Noegel visited the
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Carnell family I n Ormond on

... "' ., Thursday of last week. They also -I ( GUVS-MARKET)
visited places of interest In,

"' .. Daytona returning by way 'of' 225 S. Walnut St. Stance Fla.

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";/:" I Marineland. ,
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Mountain of inspirationand
,,1 wish' to extend to the of the Starke peaks
; ,patrons Dry blessing at the Tabernacle Best Grade-Streak O' Lean ,No.,1 White
during the past week have been:
!!; Cleaners and Laundry a happy and prosperous New Friday night a timely message by, '

'i' Rev. Congdon, dean of the Atlanta -" White Bacon lb. -" 45c 'IPotatoes,5Ibs : 17c
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Ye andUo thank you for the patronage that has Bible Institute. The group I .. ',-

was privileged to have present

enabled me to establish. service of ,this kind in our Rev. and Mrs. Paul Kroft of ChI-

cago HI., with the Evangelistic Round or Loin Large 'Head'

p J. c community. These services will favorably Missionary Enterprise Gospel Bus. c
compare
Rev. Congdon and Mrs.' Brower

with of their kind left Saturday for Tallahassee Steak lb. 49c Lettuce Ea. 13c
any anywhere, both as to quality where they were booked for ser- -

I and price. A dye service has been added for the com- vices Saturday enroute night to Atlanta.the young peo- ,

ple presented another Christmas Fresh GroundHamburger
e ing year that I can. highly recommend.. service, entirely of their own Yellow

planning. It was thoroughly enJoyed -

and showed evidence of lb. 39c Onions 3. Ibs. 13c
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I have on hand some unclaimed army wool shirts and careful training. ,

Sunday morning the messagewas
l trousers that have been given by the sponsor and
dyed .a navy blue. These are
was especially appropriate to the Center Cut Pet
Silver CowPork
for sale 'at a reasonable closing of the' old;, year and the or
price.

music threshhold included of the solos. 'new.by Miss: ,Special Mae Chops lb. 49c 'Milk 3 .tall 39c

Ward and Gordon Purdy of Key cans -

We offer One Day Service on dry cleaning if brought stone Heights.
Fred Cowell who talks with

I 'in before 11. A. M. hla el alk. was present at the Sun- Fresh Sliced. Black ,Eye

day evening servIce' to bring a


Uockheada"splendid NLEA message group He on also Monday"Owls addressedthe night and I I I Beef liver, ,lb. 55c Peas'No. 2 cans -, 49c

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at 7 o'clock. '

i Tuesday night the regular Bible I I II
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Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry 4' which Story a Hour Watch was Night enjoyed service alter was I Pure Mothers White



Junius M. Smith,. Owner for held a and long with Its time.all solemnity who were' will present remain I Lard, lb. '- OIl 29c' Grits, .5 lb. bag 35c


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new pra-war.tuallty REAL PRODUCE FRESH
rubber Plenty of MEATS GROCERIES

trtch and '.a a P and Phone 1591 ,
trength. Four size at 48c, per FREE DELIVERY Phone '159

j iwrter-pooad hoot.A,.real' bargain..


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