Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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fudge Rules City To Five Purchase Days Left Tags Oil Drillers Berry Prices ,Start Rapid Climb I:

fithin Rights five. Owners days', to of purchase automobiles 1947 have 11. Abandon 'Hole' As Arrive Market

censes Tax Collector C. A. Knight Buyers at -
to t-
announced today. Beyond the At New RiverProspects
Taxi Squabble deadline of 12 midnight Wednes --- --.--. ,

day, January 15, cars cannot be

It petition of Clayton O operated legally without, a new of an "oil boom" foe Building PermitsTotal 1946 Go dYearMerchanCs Quality Better This Week n premature ;

ckland t for a peremptory writ tag. .. Bradford appeared relegated to Season Has Already Brought
It Is reported that many have the limbo of Illusions this week
In the case rising
It mandamus of the city's denial of a taxi been slow this year in the purchase with the plugging In and aban- Say Growers $56,769,
permit renewal, was denied of licenses, and all who have doment of the Tide Water weal!!. I

Circuit Judge A. Z. Adktna, In not yet applied at the tax collector's at New River. Drilling bad : Improved quality and the arrival 'of out-of-town buyers ,fat

'court order filed December 31. office In the Court Houseare reached a depth of approximately and presidential con- After totting up the receipts 4)1 I the State Farmers Market here Monday started strawberry -

The Court held that the City urged not to postpone their 6100 feet wtifn! on January I Itechnicians' 5, struction held its own in' Starke the Christmas season merchants,. prices on a steady upward march which' was climaxed bya
applications until the last day., agreed that the well ''last week closed out 1946 and
with Ordl
luncll's compliance during the year 1946, according high of $12.65 per crate reached here Tuesday afternoon,
was hole" closed found the
499 was valid and let a "dry and the year "altogether satla
ice No. that although "the project. to building permit data released factory" Business In most stating '
,felon of the Court may work Crawford Heads Patroleum Engineer E. W. ChlM this week by 'City Clerk Carl I had been "as usual" meaning) that Saturday.

nardahlp on the relator .this era stated, that on the basis'o! Johns. Notwithstanding the'' loss in most cases It had equalled that Noticeable improvement.was experienced ,with the arrivalof

rt can only construe the act the New River well, the outlook of military personnel with the of 1945, and In some lines surpassed J, II. Dulaney Jr. on the market platform about mid-

I the legislature and the ordin- Farm Bureau .' for oil in this Immediate localityIs close of Camp Blending, commer- the trade'-ef the previous morning Monday. The so-called "peddler" trucks boughtthe I

IB of the city as they are writ- "rather discouraging." laT' enterprise. held up astonishinglywell year, when the city had a larger first berries offered Monday at' $5. O. Dulaney, representing -

Lit A year of broadened activityand The 'steel derrick and remainder with $45440. devoted to population but also many' _crItical the well-known firm, with headquarters in Wau-

fetrlckland'i,, original petitiona increased membership is seen of the portable rig was dismantled construction of new business shortage chula, began buying' at $6.50 andthe price climbed steadily
flit for the on Monday. houses and additions. Permitsfor | Relief from shortages was attributed I
writ of mandamus in the 1947 program to make the day's average $7.15.
residential construction : .. .
a- the main factor in the
of last notedt Bradford Farm Bureau. Officersfor Crewmen
vember 23th year drilling for the TideWater Tuesday morning sr.wthe
mounted to $21.050 bringing the I maintenance of Individual business ,
he''had operated three taxism the ensuing year, elected In Associated 011 Company I i
arrival of Joseph Wishnatzki
grand total for the year's building activity at a level as good or better ,
1944 to Novem- have indicated will however
October 4, December's meeting maintain headquarters I
activity to 66390. Considering; than '45. Other essentials In representing 'Wishnatzki &
5, 1946, and was denied real plans for concerted effort In in Starke as further north Growers, Thank I I
Novemberon effective of all Florida changes that accompanied the the picture Included the propor. Nath l? Plant City, and from
of his license on pressing support. exploration is continued. ,I
the grounds that the ap- measures needed In solution to Childers and his party will next conversion from the Blandlng era.I tionate shifting of trade from departing Market ManagerThe then on the "sweet music" of

cation violated City Ordinance the problems of the county'sfarmers. drill near the town of Alachua,: the figure was compared not un- ,"camptown"bunlnesses to communication good-natured but spirited
favorably with the 1945 boom- those who remained' to share in following
>, passed by the Council Oc commuting ,over a distance of 30( : w. handed to the Telegraph bidding between Dulaney and
.er 5, 1940- Strickland,' repre- New officers 'are: E. L. Craw; miles. I time high of $84,725. I the peacetime demand; the hundreds Tuesday "Wish"! fell on the ears of t '

ted by Jordan Lazonby and ford, president; Z. W. Hamilton, In closing his drilling operation I The number of permits were of returning soldiers, shortof "We, the strawberry grower eager berry growers.; Tues-

|ll, of Gainesville, held 'that the vice-president; W. M. Edwards here the patroleum engineer had I 148, ranging from 16 in May and I supplies, who spent! all freelyas ; of Bradford County, wish day's!/ prices ranged from a )
In November,' to six Issued for stocks allowed; the cashing In
Inane: was void on the secretary-treasurer; J. R. Kelly at least good personal news in reporting of and to rxtoml our thank.. and con- low of $7 to a high of $11,
Officials and bonds
last month. saw no parti- expenditure war
ounds that it was "arbitrary chairman of the Board of Direc the return Saturday, of to Alvarez
gratulatlonn Ralph averaging a satisfying $9 for
cular significance In the declineof O. I. benefits; the release of goodsto
his 1946 Ford sedan stolen from
Ipregalve and .
tors. hiecooperation
l (II the Farmers' Market for the 820 crates marketed.Wednesday's .
December pointing out that market and Increased production -
that he was thus.entitled tole the yand of the St. Johns' apart-
of Board Include In bring
Members the : helping
building activity customarily that followed the demise of ,, light ,offering of
ments December 22. The vehicle
l Issuance of a license I
Wallaco to the market
and resulting
E. L. Crawford buyers f
slackens In the OPA, with spending
mid-winter. many 484 crates caused keen
found abandoned In field competition
was a'
City ordinance ,,490 provided Solano, of Starke; T. C. Edwards, from wartime, savings for household In an Increase In price from
lat of the Hell near Brunswick Ga. An unusual feature of construction to crate". to develop between buyer ;
upon application operlion Lawtey; L. R. Starling, articles and clothing not available 94 11I0 per
of a taxicab permit, the bronn; O. L. Sapp Vanderbilt; was seen in the several permits for five" (Signet) 11:. B. McKinney, who paid as high as $12,85 for,,m r ,

lunctl should make investigate F. M. Merritt.. New River; 4 W Red Cross QuartersStill issued tor&oral'ea and small years. representing Bradford Straw. few crates in order to fill up a "
residences made of salvaged am- Since a number of basic shortages
and hold a public hearing Hamilton andL.. L;: Dyal, berry grower
partly loaded,, truck!
In Doubt munition boxes-a type of carpentry stilt prevailed as the year I
Id further public hearings a* Brooker John McKlnney., Graham
; I which,, however was chiefly ended, and with'quantity production Since Wednesday of last week
[emed necessary to determine J. R. Kelly and Floyd Crosby + As Deadline Nears .
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: in evidence last January and February along many lines anticipatedor *' a total of 8,139 crates of fruit ,
ether or 5 not public oonvenice I Rising. !III, Many of the town's new hoped-for In the next alit March ofDimesBegins has been marketed from'"Starke)
and necessity will be. pro- 'With no solution yet offered In
]Wd' additional proposed I The Bureau's present' ,countywide : the dilemma confronting the buildings were, concrete blocks months there'remained, mud ,, and Lawtey, bringing growers an ". l I
by membership of. 223 is "X ep4rtee3ol local serving for stores, garages and potential 1 buying which would both estimated return of 933,780. ,To I
waft (oa.thl* chapter of the Red Cross in
lcab'aervlcs.'tIt{ ; < ; ) .Increasing weekly. i end scareittemAnd& contribute to date grower* ) around
." : ,, / residence \' 15 : IV41 grossed '
that the Council) den* It* requirements for ai new lock Jan f
ocedure: I :.The first meeting (Q"ht.aew, -: Noteworthy ;*jS&m rttiar' -'.TIfJWftnrl1neM+ 'in 1947.PricM ., ;; $ 81139 from\ 'Bradford's. ,prematureaso.t" ':f
l.t after January 15.:.. an aeca. .
th.....pptilat orjy Ju tnX >'*wm" year I
construction of the
current authorized ,taxfeab; >> tlve board meeting bet been eaired professional 4 '
Ice Is adequate. ,. ti;\ ) in the Courthouse* at- 7:30* for 10:30 a. n. Monday. 'at past year Included the handsomenew first week of, January and the More than 300 critically needed Figures for the put week are- i
t cost of had cUmbed ,the ai
Answering Strickland on De o'clock. e the Armory. ,' Ward-MJddleton' building- living physical therapists trained through estimated follows: f

mber 4, on a motto to quash Dr. M. B. Herlong, chairman Thompson street, the. extensionto past six month The ';tIm. 'of"readjustment" the :March of, Dimes funds last Thur., Jan. 2, 450 crates & I\\.''

alternative writ of mandamus state.! that various steps have the R. 'A. Green''' building on when cost Wereto year- -were available to help*,fight 16: I !

a City, represented by the Council Pledges been taken,to secure new offices Temple avenue to provide housingfor Jump after the end of controls, the 1946 onslaught of (Infantile Fri., Jan. 3, 435 crates @ $5;: I

yor,, the Council and the City I Following a recent oommunica. the Kaiser-Fraser Agency, then, level offwas working out paralysis Guy Andrews, Brad. Bat., Jan. 4, 290 crates 0 $4; )

erk,' submitted 12 points ofraiment Lion, from General Vivian Collins and .the L. ,I* Libby Garage on as expected-although some bad< ford chairman of the 1047 'drive, Mon..'Jan. 6, 600 crates & '97.1S I ITues. .

supporting the mon :Fund For LibraryFunds adjutant general 'of the Florida Temple. A $25.000 permit was predicted or hoped, that the decline disclosed yestkrday. r'r.. Jan.,7, 910 crates 0 $9; I

issued for unconstructed, in prices would be more gen for Wed., ,Jan. 434 crates & t
> Including statements thate National Guard, but that no quarters a yet The March of Dimes the ,8
relator Jias not shown' any have as yet been offered. The Sinclair filling station assigned erally evident by the year'a end. Current year begins next Wednesday in: ,'

feht existing In himself, to op- required for the proposed organization's budget does not : for lots 7, 8, and' Pot Block Two, ;' Most costs,were steadying,,however January 15, and continuesthrou..h Last week's slump in prices was r
and the
Memorial Public Library I -and some foods had drop-
te motor vehicles for hire in I provide payment for rent. the Highway. Addition to Starke. January 30. partlaally explained by the fact i I'
Community Recreational Center ped. It, Is believed by many merchants -
rogation of the terms of the authorized by the City Council -I The Guard, which has granted A 'sizeable number ''of the permits that the Inflationary trend Urging all-out support of the that the carrying quality of fruitwas r
dlnance mentioned In the pe- session. tbe chapter apace in the Armory; were for small, attractive annual fund-raising campaign, to 'poor due to the softening
end and that the
meeting In regular 'was nearing Its
llon," that "the',relator has not night. Upon hearing a since 1942. notified Dr. Herlong store ''buildings, the more recent overall cost ,of living would be assist. the National Foundationfor effect of heavy night-long ,fogs.
own that, the operation of' ad- Tuesday that the entire building will be Including the'' Williams' Groceryat Infantile' Paralysis, Andrews Growers were", also having to ,
needs by a less In 47.
of library "
statement definitely
tonal taxicabs, in the city'is a of Mrs. _R required for storage of equipment Tenth and Church streets, and tald: wash their fruit because the un- ,

Ibllc convenience necessity," delegation composed and and other military purposes Scott's Hobby Shop on Temple, The informal survey among "Another 300 physical therapy usually 5 early season had not per-, y I
A. Canova
A, Green Mrs L. local merchants with diacusetonsfrank mltted for, mulch-
liepe Mrs. W. R. Morse, executive north of Washington.Total an opportunity 9\
(d that 'the issuance-of; a memberapproved' students are now In trailing\ to ;
Mrs. H. H. Young, the has indicated that the and to the point brought Ing. It was reported that at least,,
or involves the secretary, number of of
permit i tf amount of $1000 including permits as meet a national shortage these
an the following summation of the truckload of berries :
rclse of discretion by the City for librarian's salary, work of the chapter cannot be Issued each month, were January, skilled professional workers. Altogether one was) '*,''('J' t
1300 picture:: in New York because of
luncll which relator can- Interrupted but will be carriedon 9 dumped {
contribution toward 12; February 13;; March ; April some 1,000 will be awarded "
and a $100 ., In whatever' manner possible Groceries: Lard down a bit In mold. } l
t control 'bY'mandamua.'tn in the construc- 14; May, 16;*, June, 9; July, scholarships in physical ; .
December'' 16, Strickland's the $3000 until offices are provided. Re- 111; August 14; September, 12; price, and more plentiful.' Citrus therapy through the program financed Quality improved noticeably ,
be housed '
to -
rney filed a ""motion for a tion of a new library, the north quprements are for a minimumof October, 14; November 16; Dec juice dropping from 65 cents by the March of Dimes' the Ant 'of this week and Wed. i f
emptory writ mandamus In an extension Club building two rooms one for'filing, one ember, 6.Funeral. to 29 cents a can. Flour up amar&ln. The chairman explained that nee day'. light rainfall will have ,
Woman's -
withstanding return" on side of the for private Interview Pork and beans' up',10 physical therapy, which makesuse a further beneficial effect IT

ounds stated in 1Q points,' finding Present functions' the Red Sunday cents a can. Maple syrup up five of heat, light electricity, water the record warm weather that has

[ "The return of respondent The Service Center on Church Cross are concentrated upon cents a quart. Grits and meal and scientific massage plays. prevailed throughout the fall and t

OWl on its face that Ordinance street' was granted amounts of needs of the families of veteransand For J. D. Cheshier down 15 cents for 5 pounds. Beef a vital part In bringing about! early winter*. ontlnues, unabated

499 ? f is' unconstitutional $25 per month, to be i paid from servicemen Including meansof dropping 8 to 10 cents a pound. maximum recovery for Infantile] berries sb uld leach peak production I

discriminatory.. M.-and de- January through March, for the financial aid authorized' for no James D. Cheshier. 81, retired White bacon making, first drop paralysis victims. here around February 1' \ I

lives the relator of ,equal proof Financing of youth's recreational other agency. Bradford farmer died at his home since the war. Pork loin up 2 "More, many, more of these when from 4000 to 0000 crates) 'i : I
tlon law." activity. The request for funds At the meeting of the executive January 2, after a lengthy Illness. or 3 cents a pound. Breakfast qualified therapists are needed," per day. should be reaching the (/ ,""

udge Adkins' order denying was presented by the Rev. Fred board Monday morning, a chair- He was a native of Tennessee bacon continued high., 1 Andrews said,' "not only for the market here. Bradford has around. {I' ,':.

> motion quoted the State laws O. Yerkes and Mrs. Mattle Gaha- man will be named for the annual and was born in Hardeman County Hardware: Shortages remain I treatment of Infantile paralysisbut 500 acres In berries this year, (if{I' :
fund' drive to be made during : of that state on January 1,.' than 'double last season' '
1927 granting ,a ,charter to critical, probably continuing In also for the rehabilitation of more > ;,
rke authorizing the ,city to gan.A request for permit- operatea March. 1866. He settled herein 1923. I harness. and leather goods for an. victims of Industrial accidents. acreage, but still less than half ;I ;

censer motorbuases cars ,bus service within ,the. city He was a member of the Methodist other year. More rakes, shovels "The physical therapy programof of the pre-war "normal" of '1100. 'I I ;

and other' vehicles," and limits of Starke was made by COnway Airpark Church.In I and other steel goods, although the Foundation Is but one Prices being paid here now com i 1

jciaions in three cases pertinent Wallace J. Carson, a driver for addition to his wife, Mrs. deliveries remain 75 percent or branch of the vast work being pare favorably with the Plant |k' 't;

[ Strickland' motion i Greyhound, and a resident of Gets ApprovalHerbert Mary E. Cheshier he Is survivedby less than quantity ordered. No underwritten by the March of City Marketwhere December's I'". ;i,

he Court order stated that, Starke. Carson proposed to pro- B. Morrison student of > his son, George of Starke, enamel ware. Electrical goods Dime in the fight against In- average was .rO,44 per crate. 'I" ;'a( 'I

'hen the 'munlclpal'rpower to I vide transit along ,each, of the classesat the and his sister :Mrs. W. T. Sain, more plentiful but many customers fan tile paralysis. Contributionswill
the G. I. flying '
ulate town's main business and residen- of Orandvlew, Texas. on ,waiting list for refrigera enable to Jected
Is intensify our
shown to exist a reg- Conway Airpark, received his private us ;; t. i
tory ordinance' valid, on its tial streets. The application was license last week. Funeral services were held Sunday tors and ranges. Price of agrl Torts( and eventually win comI I \, I

e will be 'presumed'to be placed, under advisement.An Lacy pilot's Conway, of .the Conway.Libby January 5, at the> KingsleyLake culture Implements up 20 percent pl.te I victory over the disease"Mrs. W.O.W._ C. amman ider J '1:1,1!: ; ,
plicable by Clay, I Baptist Church, with the 60 days ago' continuing high. : '') '
CouncU additional request
'Th.OCity Servteey" announced \
? U-Fly-It Election of 1t officers fea \ ;
"uant to Ordinance No. 499 ton Strickland for permit to operate this week that'approval has Rev. W. J, Churchwell officiating, Dry goodst More shoes, butprl.ce. Annie Bryant :. 4s i.\jI. :
taxicab was de assisted by Rev. Curtis Harris and climbing. More wdVk ,tured the meeting last Frldait.ot ,1 >j II
determined that public oonhlence a company, been received "from the Federal f t
and necessity .for the nied. The city clerk was authorized Agency, the School Board and the Rev. Richard Lee. clothes. Suits, shirtscontinued Mrs. Annie,.Bryant. 64, wife of I the Woodmen.-of' the World: J: tt

Oration by .tho relator did not to make I inquiry relative to Veterans Administration for I our Pall bearers were Brady Collins, scarce. General improvement in I the late Elbert Bryant, died at H. Fields was) named council com
Harold OrtffU,
H* The fact that,,)he refr proposed taxi operation by Strick- handling Green, Ralph Gatney
had previously been granted and from the bus station or depot and flight Instructor classes It Gene Lloyd Grlffi Interment was at Furniture: Quality and priceholding 1, after a brief illness. I lieutenant advisor. Other officers) t tare

ermit and license by the' City to out-of.town destinations. was stated that any i ellilble veteran he Kingsley Lake Cemetery.DeWitt I steady. Far better supply She was a resident of Baker : Lacy Conway; financial sec '
ncu did not stop the City from can enroll in ,one or three C. Jones was in chargef of bedroom furniture Shortage County from her birth, on February ) retary; Harry Anthony escort i "r i 1 t;

eafter refusing to grant him Grocery and Market lasses. arrangements. | of stoves and bed springs. 12, 1882, until moving to Allen Johns, watchman; O. C. Ed

ermit or license.. The right of Conway asked those interested I Jewelryf With locar jeweler announcing Raiford In 1933. She was a member ward, sentry; N. N. Prevatt. A. f Y"

relator to a permit or license Changes Hands In the O. L training to phone plans to absorb excise of the i Baptist Church. J. Thomas and Wesley Andrew.,

I not become vested in him. Sale mar numbers 32 or 147.. jistrunk Store tax, 10 percent drop in prices The survivors Include three auditors; ,Dr. W. E. Mlddleton.physician. ;, iI( '

the motion
[a peremptory writ of manda- ket and grocery to Ga.Ray has Joyner been Giant StrawberryA of tax by Congress). Increasing Glen St. Mary :Mrs. Willie Installation of officers' will be I +' : r''

notwithstanding the return formerly of Macon, ( Sales and storage space of the supply in watches and Finley of Raiford, and Mrs. ,Lo..me .- made at the next meeting on ',,1 fl

->e respondents 1* hereby de- announced. giant ripe strawberry weighing Istrunk Feed Seed Store. 11418 alarm clocks. Collins, of Jacksonville; a son, Friday January 31.

and the petition of the relator The business., re-named Joy two ounces was presented West Call street ha* been Toiletries and Incidentals: More Randolph Bryant, of Raiford; I -

1aaP.wl at the cost of the ner* Market," plans to offer a the Telegraph Wednesday by E. doubled with acquisition of the soap, but price Is climbing, especially two brothers, Willie and David

tor," line of good grade meats and fancy E. Norman, who has two acres of adjoining rooms formerly occupied on luxury (perfumed) Thornton, of Raiford; and two I Brownlee Warehouse

groceries "at the lowest possible berries on his farm seven miles > by Dykes restaurant soaps. Perfumes high. Improved sisters, Mrs. E. A. Stafford of i Being Enlarged''

Jy Scout'News pr. "'." west of Starke. Work started Monday and supply of cosmetics and station. Raiford. and Mrs. Calvin Manning
has been I In of Starke. I Construction, to be lid
Joyner businessmeat. "Others brought you the first scheduled for completion next.
event"n members of the Boy cutting and grocery berries of the season" lie said week includes removal of partitions ary.The situation was thus broadly Funeral service. were held at week win add 800 squarefat +

ut Troop 70 were present at Macon and Columbus Ca make, for "but I think I've brought you the Interior reconstruction and I described as In a state of flux. 2 p. m. January 3, at the graveside of space for H. L.,, Brown-

I meeting held la the American the past 48 years. lie will Iggest. Mr. Norman is picking emodeDlng of the store; front. From the consumer and the re In the South Prong Cemetery lee Company's warehouse at 10th

'loa Hall night Ted his home here with his wife, formerly tto patch twice weekly with a It Is stated that the addition I tailer's point of view It appearedthat In Baker County, with the Rev. and Cherry streets. '

*"* q was Monday the guest speaker. :Miss Glen Taylor, of Ala- yield of 10 or 11 crate per pick. will facilitate display of the a good deal is now to depend Williams, of Glen St. :Mary, officiating The addition to the building'ssouth .

Ine the recreation period the barns and his two children. I Ins, and expressed himself as flnn'. line
''enjoyed a of,-stealtheyn The grocery business to located satisfied" with this year's and poultry remedies,, paints and f to a cut In the net-industry or Arrangements were In charge space for the storage of hampers
: garnet In the ,Olson Building at 225-8. I"plumb unusual strawberry .8&NIL' r< ncidental' items for,the farmer.I' labor, of DeWltt C. .Jones );,crates and other materials. ...
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Mr. and Mrs. 11.8 a newcomer to Hollywood, CRRY. AND NOTICE TO '
Brown of Ft. Myers NEWS ABOUT API> :
nor-I I Carol Ohrel Ferry plaintiff vs. STATE OF FLORIDA' tiJ11
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Fate Brown and Mrs. Roy Edward othy Patrick, former ;
THE Phillip James Perry. .Defendant. Henry 0 Jones, jr, Whns,? H,
of Baldwin, Miss Doris Dyal COLORED PEOPLEBy model, who la seen' aa James Case No. 6301. dene and address Is "4 ;sr hn.Columbia !.
Established 1877 and Miss Maml Cralg'a wife. ORDER OF PUBLICATION O. J'one. 8' Uta Wayne Btu
of JacksonvUle, W. W. Parker I, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,"C. .

_______ Editor'and!: Owner Jo Warren of Ocala were guest Next Tuesday and Wednesdaythe STATE OF FLORIDA toi Phillip You are reQuIred to appear
I:. I* Matthew! during the holidays of Mr. and The League Congress,had a suc- Florida will show "Two SmartPeople" James Perry; whose residence and January 17, 1947 In tle eta
; ., cessful the churchesof address Is: ASN all 766 121. PlII'II' named Court and causoPlaintiff I
EnteredSecond Class Matter Mrs. Raymond Brown. year among: the dramatic story of a Field No. 105 AAFBW*, El p&.o, seeks divorce Fetldl''?"
it N PubUsJhtd Weekly on Friday and Miss VIrgle :Marilyn and Jack Starke, which held their months suave crook who makes passes at TexasYou. County Telegraph shall puklUh ..1"Order
Ii at the Poet Office at Starke, Florida. Southerland were Saturday guestsof ly meetings. They tell me ,that romance while being dogged on a are required to appear on In next four weekly |laauo,
January 27 1947. In the above' Witness my hand and
Mr. and. Mrs. Lester McCul New Bethel Baptist Church was 3,000 mile train journey by his named Court and cause, wherein SSbeV Stark" 'F10rlda' this olrll
the outstanding of all. She paved nemesis, a New York detective.No plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 14 L 194&.
Market lough. the that others follow. County Telegraph shall publish this (OFFICIO. SEAL) A. J. Thou
Thanks To The way may more polished or amicable As Clerk of said
.i Mrs. Alice Edwards of Brookerwas Order In next four weekly Issues. Court.
She led in finance and carried T. Frank Landrum
Mrs. G. W Andrew crooks have been seen on the Witness my hand and official1 Starke, I'lL
visiting the banner of membership duringthe in time than those steal at Starke, Florida, this December Atty. for Plf. 12-27 4t 1,1,
to screen some
[I If anything further was needed to demonstrate Friday of last week. 14. 1946.OFFICIAL -
salvation past year. She la hoping for portrayed by Lucille Ball and ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas, .
Bradford that their
$ the farmers of County Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns were another successful year, but the John Hodiak. in the starrIng Aa Clerk of said Court. t Notice Isj NOTICE' hereby

iiI,': lies in the State Farmers' Market (when properly managed dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. other churches doubt that she will rolea. Gunplay,' a New Orleans T.Atty.Frank for Landrum Plf ,' Stark 12-S7 'Fla.4t 1-1T debtors and claimants given against to t u,
'iences 'of the berry deal this week C. P. Cower In Gainesville Sun- In the lead. All I l is Estate of Annto. A. Frasee d.
L ) the exp stay say Mardi Gras and a succession of .d, to file your claim., duly
should convince even the most skeptical. day. what I know. Watch out, other,. dazzling gowns created by Miss IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD to, with the prtuntr Judge of 'Ste v'

I" To see berry prices steadily climb from a low of Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby had aa churches. Bethel has a great Ball are among' the highlights of I CKHY.COUNTY: FLORIDAI CHAN- ford(8) months County,from Florida, the.first within Elrt.

crate Saturday before the market went into guests during the holidays 'Mr, leader and all of her members this film. Betty B. Jones, Plaintiff vs. Henry tlon of this notice or the claim.puull
J $4.00 per afternoon and"Mrs. Tip Frazee and childrenof are great fellows. They are all rao Jon., Jr., Defendaant. Case No. debt,, Lbv barred by .tuut: i
,: operation, to an average of $8.00 and Frazee E'elcb"r! Adltl
C Mr.
d ; MooresvUle, .7* in one accord. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD 5303.ORDER OF PUBLICATION: 18-10 ft 1-10
few hours after the market opened, was a heartening Mrs. Jack .Frazee and children COUNTY. FLORIDA* IN CIIANCLRY. .

J sight and one that will not soon be forgotten by the and Mrs Simmons of Kannapolio, Now that the Christmas holi- Marvin-S'"t'kl'. Plaintiff vs. Olrtrla

farmers of Bradford County. True, quality improved N. C., Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore\ days are over everybody will be Stark.ORDER, PUBLICATION 91.

' 1 somewhat over the weekend, but no mere improvement and Mrs Gladys< Morgan and normal again. The weather was AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,Let Us Cure Your Meat

, in quality could account for such a phenomenal In- daughter, of ;Miami and Salerno firie. If I remember well. Christmas Stark STATE whose! OF FLORIDA residence to and: Gloria address -

in price almost over night. And the improve- respectively; Mrs. G. H5. Crews before last it rained so much In R.F.D. No. 2, Princeton k w

ment crease did not stop with Monday's increase. When competition and daughter of the State Farm:; that a boat could easily sail In New You Jersey.are required to appear on Plain Salt Cure.
keen between buyers brought here Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Zipperer and Reno. I am-glad the war is over. January 20, 1947, in t be above
I really got children of Maclenny; Mrs: : Mary Parents 'prayersand named Court and cause, wherein
from out of town by the market, prices continued to S. up many plaintiff seek divorce Bradford '. or Sugar Cure.
I r. Cason and Mr. and Mrs. M. shed many tear because County this
: climb to $9, $10,. and even hit $11 Tuesday afternoon. Hayes of Gainesville; Joe 'Dowl- their sons and daughters were on Order In 1"e'e..rar.h: yo. abane'kUblleh .

N} There is an old saying that "money* talks" and Ing of Live Oak; Jesse Cason'W firing lines. But this Christmas seal Witness at hand Florida and, this official December We also have lockers to put your

;:' right now these extra dollars In the pockets of Bradford Lake Butler; Elmo Dowling 'otl broughj them joy.and happiness, 1ard.. I

r County farmers are talking mighty loud. They Miami; Mr and Mra. Joe Galardi having their children to. eat A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. .J. Thomas, meat in alter it is cured and smoked

'j seem ,to be saying what many have believed all along: of San :Jose, Calif.; and Mrs. Christmas dinner at home. J BuildingJacksonville. S. Harrison Law ,Exchange Florida I

;. that the State_.Farmers' Market, given the right man' Barbara Morgan..and son, and Atty. for tit. 12-20 ,4t 1-10 4 ...ss.nr..rsr.
,cooperation of Bradford County growers, Mrs. Hattie Brannen of Lake It is great to know that the '
could easily become the greatest single asset in the ; Butler. group of husky, boys who call COUNTY,. FLORIDAIN CIIAN-

I \ county.* It could be the means making this one of I e e U'S' e e C, themselves RJ.E. Tigers are in Pauline CEI\Y. Hallmarf Helms, PlaIntiff 'STARKE: ICE COMPANYPhone
perfect condition for their first
V.. Bmythe B. Helms
.' communities in the state.
richest farming
;" the game slated for Thursday under Case No. 4627.OROLR .
to the irritating Graham OF PUBLiCATIOAND
would be subjected
ourgrowers .
the supervision of Coach Dubols. NOTICE TO APPEAR
and humiliating experience of hauling their produce to The Tigers ,promise plenty of STATE! OF FLORIDA toi Smyth 12 .. Starke,,Fla..
Mi*. John &fcKUine address .1' "
By > whose residence and,
Jacksonville and sitting there with it through a long a e .. e thrills, but t say many spills. are unknown. '
weary night until some coldly calculating buyer, who .e The court is in fair condition but I You are required to appear onirondajr.
I I lU, ,In the
h6me until he knows\ their for will be good when the is. : January 20th.
sleeps comfortably at resistance The Graham school opened game above named Court and
I I has been worn down, condescends to appear Its second semester Monday morn played, provided the weather con- wherein plaintiff ceekl Bradford divorce County and

1 and buy the effering at his own price. ing: after a' two. weeks' holiday tinues fair. These are the boys Telegraph ouetody of hall child.. publish this Order
vacation. you will see In action: Eugene in next four weekly Usnes.Witness '
Recently the state has employed a new manager hand and official DRAKE .SIGN SERVICE"SIGNS
tl'' F Fussell F my
visiting Wilson ,
Jane Vernum was ; Timothy ;
Florida this 17th
He is local seal at Starke.
for the market in Starke. a man, a man : !
In Gainesville Monday. Samuel Strong, F; Nathaniel Hunter of December, 1148.
who has more than twenty years' experience as a Roy Roberts of Starke was vIsItIng G; Charlie Morris G; James (OFFICIAL paid.. Court' Thomas,

. grower and,, shipper, as well as a buyer, and, above all, friends' and relatives hers Smith, G; William Holland, G; T. Aa By Lucille Clerk of C. Conner, D. C. OF ALL KINDS"

he is a man who has the confidence of our farmers. It Sunday.Mr. J. Pringle, G; Henry Williams. O, John J. Henderson Eaq.

t" was through his efforts that buyers; who were already} and Mrs. J. B. Stricklandand C and F; Master K.' D. DInklna, St.Atty.Augustine for Pit.j'Florida 12-80 U 110IV

up to their necks in the deal at Plant City and Dover, son, Johnny of Gainesville., G,., C and F. Let's support the CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD% --.NEON -

came to the market here to help dispose of BradfordCounty's were visitors here Sunday. Tigers. COUNTY FLORIDA IV CIIAN-.

premature crop. Mrs. Edward Broughton and -- CaJle1Bell Plaintiff vs. ,
daughter, Mrs. Katie Mann were : I wIsh to ,thank the many Tlnnley, Defendant.! Case .
i Growers who are now benefitting from the extra Elonso S. Tlnsley Serving Northeast Florida
] '.. '' hopping: in Starke Saturday: I.friends' for making me welcome N. 6186 '
' j dollars placed in their' pockets through' he' efforts of ORDER PUBLICATION H .. '
Mrs. Lizzie Surrency and her with ao- many birthday parties. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
the market, should show their appreciation by continu- sister, Mrs. Beatrice Gables and All I can say Is that another yearIf STATE OF ,FLORIDA to: Klonio PIIONE 70 P. O. BOX 421STARKE
ing to cooperate with the market in the year-round 8 Ttnsley, whose residence and address ,
I look older the reason Is I V --
' Mrs. Odell Abernathy, of Tampa, ; Is: Unknown.
program that is now being planned. Indeed, now that were guests of their aunt, Mrs.. had seven birthday. parties this You ryar.20e1m d Intota: e on
the value of the market has been f o graphically illus- month. Ja above
/ ; Jim Graves, last weekend. named court and cause, wherein
'j' trated, and its future possibilities 80-well demonstrated, Mrs. Hilliard Broughton, Mrs. I'll be seeing:! you. plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford,
this v '<
it is hard to see how foresighted could do Mra. John Strick- County.Tele..raJlh sluall publish, !! : '
any grower Drew Walker, Order. In next lour WeeKlY issues

'' otherwise. .' I land and Mrs ,Carl ,Broughtonwere 'B"oy'Ranch' ComesTo seal Witness at Stark my hand Florida and this official December .. ,, ,
: II guests lIOn, 14. 194 6. .
s s Willis of-terls\ {/ svl11e ridl'sundayA (OFFICrALI8EAW' A.. Thomas, .. ". -... .. .. .. .

'I i,:. ,New RiverBy I(I Jacksonville' Mary L. Andrews with Joan returned'Moreland to Monday. j' warmly human theme againsta ::mCJrkvf Oetaen, 'Gainesville' Fla. I
Mr. and Mrs. Alford Varnes of Atty. for Pit. ll-M t 1-10
I 1 I recently for a visit.. "' % 'NEW.TiJumc
here_ background' of pioneer days is HAVE YOU,TRIED THE
The Schools I Mr, and Mrs. C* E.: Andrews itarke were visiting Fridayof offered in.. "Boy's Ranch"' which IS CIRCUIT FLORID T. BRADFORD CHAN- .
last week. COUNTY. IN
and children Mary and Seeber, will occupy 'the at the
e. e screen
1 ,, Bill Cane was Involved in an John GOLDEN-PALE: : ALE?
Plaintiff vs.
attended church services in rlorldal Theatre Sunday and Mon Harold Weber ;
SCHOOL OPENS accident Defendant. Can
automobile near Tampa Theresa M.. Weber
( We are back In school gain Brooker, Sunday night. and' he day, offering entertainment thatIs No. 6283.
'I Saturday night, although ,
;Mr.'- and Mrs. R. R. Andrewswere ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND'NOTICE -
both .
and exciting. It
After the two week tender
enjoying: was painfully Injured, he is able TO APPEAR
J Christmas"vacation. ,We had a visiting relatives' In Jacksonville to be up and about.. 18 the story of Cal Farley's rebuilding STATE OF FLORIDA toi TheresaM. .

t nice program opening day Monday :' W. R.Friday'Williams of of last Lake week.Butlei I "Mills Inea Jackson and J. W. : of wayward boys on hid dress. Weber Is: ZJ58 whose Havlland residence Avenue and ad- ATl.AMTIC'

1 l. and enjoyed a visit from \ Jackson, her brother both of ranch in the heart of the Texas Bronx 81,' New York.
the- Christmas1 *
,r: Mr., and Mrs. Santa Claim The 'of was Mr.. and Mrs.' S. L.dinner, Crews.guest Vald6, were guests of Mr.. and Panhandle'oh'spaces.. January You are 80,required 1947. In to t h appear e above on yiLEAIirO EER '
largest crowd ever'to attend one Mra John McKlnny Friday: nightof Heading the juvenile perform- named court and cause, wherein
.. of our programs was present :in Mr.Late and City Mrs.Tuesday.E. R. J.,.Turner were laetweek.Mrs. en la freckled' "Butch" Jenkins County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this art"the Leader., I ,;

Next year we hope to have more and Mrs. B. N. 'Hess and who won the hearts of fllmgoers Order In next four weekly Issues'Witness .
:.. A. Sapp was business with hi official
superb and
a. actlncIn "UumanComedy" my hand
children and and Mrs.
and better seat in outaudi Mr.
visitor seal at Siarke, Florida, this December
to :Jacksonville Monday. and {"Our Vines Have
children '
torlum. McKlnny and were visiting 14 1940.OFFICIAL :
week Mr. and Mr..-C.. M. Alchedlak Mr. and Mrs.:Noe Jackson In Tender Grapes". James Craig ( SEAA. J. Thomas,
In our this we will Court.
Aa Clerk of said
of Tampa spent part of the portrays .Farley, the man who
attempt to dt h1p' on the many Waidp Saturday. T. Frank: Lnndrum.. Starke, Fla.Atty.
Christmas' holidays with Mr and found a new path Into the starved for Plf. 11-20 4t 1-10
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklns of ,
new* Items we were unable to tell .....
Mrs. hearts of -wa! --.wa..rs
wayward boys, and
you about while school was vaca- Jay Moody.' Hampton attended the cane grinding fV CIRCUIT'' couRT. hnAblrehbCOUNTY
tioning. ; Mr. and Mm. Jay Moody and ; at John McKinny's Friday lidded to the a .sur. Juvenile cast 1 FLORID .IN CHAN. .

children spent Sunday with Mr. night of last week. Mr. and Mrs. I '"', ,1. .. -. .. :. .. .:

CHRISTIAN CONVENTIONThe ,and Mrs. C. F. Turner In Crystal Carl McKinhy of Sampson, and

Bradford County Christian! River. Mi and Mrs. Frank,, McKlnny of ,..
Churches held their fifth Sunday Mr.. and Mrs.: Herbert Parrish Starke attended. :

convention here with ,the Long of Brooker were Christmas visitors T

J Bridge Christian Church Sunday.Tre of Mr. and Mrs, Everett Saneof Pat O'BJie 1' Starsh i" p
meeting wa an all-day affair St. Petersburg. Coke knowsno .r
and dinner was served on the Donhte and Ronnie Kite spent Park FilmA

grounds. A large crowd was the weekend in Lake Butler with

\ present to participate in the worship Mr. and Mrs. :J. B. Kite. fateful train )journey revealb

,, and fellowship. The family and frIends of O. B. I an Ingenious art racket involving I v

Moody are certainly glad to see priceless oil paintings in the new season t
Junior Durden of White Springs -
mystery drama star ,
him up, out and around again "Crack-Up"
was a Christmas visitor of Bobby after a severe. Illness that con-I ring Pat O'Brien, Claire Trevor, ,
Crews. and Herbert Marshall, which will
I fined him to a Palatka hospital' (4'
Conway and Jackie Rouse were for several days. ..He able' be shown at the Park Theatre (
Christmas guests of Mr.and Mrs. to be home for Christmas.The. Sunday through Tuesday. .

.r Rowe In Tampa.. I I The Rev. Truby Parrlsh of O'Brien, In the role of an- expert 0& ;

E. A. Sapp and W. R. Ward, Santa Fe filled his regular Ap- who crosses up the plans of

pent Friday of last week in pointment at New River' Baptist a picture thIef Is enticed onto a

Crescent Ca., on business. | Church Sunday morning, and train by a false message! brutally e /
Mrs. Raymond' Brown spent he and Mrs. Parrlsh and their slugged and suffers a temporary

Saturday In Ocala with relatives.I children were' dinner guests of mental crack-uo. I

>:"I.I. F. Wiggins. R. R. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrews. Miss Trevor, as O'Brien's fiancee

and son, Ervin, and C. E. Andrews. Other dinner guests of Mr. and Is a sophisticated staff

.,' w.in R'eddick. Saturday Mrs. Andrews were Mr. and Mrs. member of an'art. magazine.Marshall '

I to obtain'peanut "seed. M. F. Wiggins ana Mrs. Rosa ,: posing as a British, art

Mr. and JMrWSG. H. Patterson, Plnholiter of Brooker. Mrs. An- expert Is'' actually A' Scotland .

of Lake City were dinner guests,drews celebrated- herblrthday'an rajd man Investigating'! .tmyaterloua T

of Mr.,and Mrs. M. I* Johns.New.niversary at that. time. cases of sabotage loccumDJe. I
Year's. Day.Co'niervaUon. I Friends of Everett Renfroe willbe' In Bhlpments of 'palntl gs. > :
"- .
-I Interested to learn of histransfer ----
officer Lum Hudson -. For stamp pads, stamp JII'dInk
from'a Lake
of Jacksonville was a dinner City rubber stamps. daters, num Ii
Johna'' to .an Atlanta Ga., veteran's d
guest of Mr. and Mr. M. L. herera BOO The .TELEGRAPH
Thursday of last week. hospital, where experts will
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cowen of graft akin to portions of his face
3 Gainesville spent the holidays I'which were severely burned in an

here with her parents, Mr. and accident last November. YOUR WATCH rJ
I Mrs. Cleo Andrews enjoyed a ,
Mrs. M. I* John I
I week's vacation with her brothers. Deserves the Best
Mr. and :
i Mrs.' J. K. Douglas: of
Qua and
I \ LurJan Thomas, and their
Ii Brooker were visiting Mr. and '
families In Ft. Myers during the
ii Mrs. C. E. Andrews Sunday.C. holidays. .
E. Andrews was a visitor
Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby' and
w to Lake City Thursday of last
week. son Jon. and her mother, Mrs.
q Rhoda / Dowllng and Ronnie
r Mr. and Mrs. :J. O. Moreland. Crews spent Thursday and Friday Vatct

Wayne Hazen. Windell Moody I of last week in Live Oak with
d and Dorothy Barr, of Jacksonville : Mr. and Mrs Joe L. Dowllng. REPAIRTrustworthy

and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. I Joe and.Jon-Lazenby and Leslie

Andrews and family.. Mr. and I Sapp enjoyed a musical recital Service
Mrs.: R. R. Andrew. and 1/
Mrs. Sunday afternoon at the home of
Delia Thomas were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams Harley F.
Mr. and ],[ '.. O. W. Andrews In Lake Butler Strong

Christmas and at that time cele- Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby and CAMP BLAND1NQ JEWELIB: : lomto VNDII AUTHOIITT. or. THI .,COCA-CotAiCOUAN1 it fr
rated Mrs. O. W. "Andrews'ventyflrst sons were shopping in Gainesville SINCE 1941 -

birthday annlver- and Lake City. last week. '

y. I Mrs. Joe. Dyer and ;Mrs. Arts; '1ST Wee Cma' St. 'STARKE COCA-COLA' BOTTLING- '. CO'r .

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r1 ;

JANUARY 10, 1947 ..

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were accompanied by Mrs. E.uma H. Futch is principal of the . . .. . 'I one who :
every so kindly assistedus |May God's richest blessings be
Rivers who had been visiting her school.
State Farm daughters and their families here Rising i i I in any way with our beloved .with you all j,' t 1'1

OYNER'S[ By 1\1.,.. for about ten days. Van Dukes and Miss Annie I wife mother and sister, aIM for The W. O. Rimes family.

. Bryan r "WhO. .ld. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gi'lner'en- Ruth Welch of Lake Butler were By MRS. EUDIE NOKMArt the many beautiful floral offering. The A. -1. Green children. !
visiting friends In I
tertained as.their guests Thursday % Lawtey Friday . . . .
GO.INQ AWAY PARTY and Friday Mr. and Mrs. Rol- night of last week.
In honor lin Israel and Miss Jane of Mr.and Mrs. Herschel Waters Mrs. Maggie Norman and
MARKET of her nieces, Miss
granddaughter, Joan, returned to
Joan Portsmouth Va., who and family moved to Hellbronn 1 11T
and were en w.
Nancy Mynihan of Jacksonville their home her. Saturday after r a y,
who were about to end route home following a trip to Springs last week. .enjoying a two( weeks' visit In S A Y }
their Christmas visit with her and the southern part of the state. Mrs. Fred Moore and children I Plant City with Mrs. Norman's k
225 SOUTH WALNUT Mr. Wallace Mrs. J, C. Wallace J. W. Walker returned Friday returned to their home here Mon- :son-In-law and daughter, Mr. and! h'I

entertained a group of young pea from Valdosta, Ga., where he day after spending several days !Mrs. Edd Driggera.
Groceries ple at a croquet "tournament" at visited relatives for several days. with Tier father the .Rev. p. D. I Robert Norman of Jacksonville
[Meats r : her home Friday afternoon.In Boyer, in Tampa"Mr. ,
During 'the holiday season Mr. was visiting friends{ and relatives
this contest Carolyn Bradley and Mrs, Lyle A. Noland visited : and Mrs Henry Hem and here last week.
ProduceFREiMEATS and Henry RIcharde were prizewinners Mr.: and Mrs. 'A. C. Davis' while Miss Linda Carrandlne of Tampa Mr,' and Mrs. Edward 'Norman i
and Helen Whltfleld held en route to their home in Orlando were guests of Miss Grlffi over and son were visiting friends in

top score in another competitive from "North Carolina where they the weekend.' [,Earlton Beach' Sunday

game. had spent the Immediate Christmas & Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blumber! Mr and Mrs. Joe parrymoore
Assisted by Mrs H. M. RIcharde: holidays with Mr. Noland's of" Jacksonville':were quests of and family have moved from their
and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, Sr., the relatives. Together"with their Mr and Mrs. ft.;A. Griffis dur- home here to the Rev. Garrett

hostess served fruit-cake and potato visitors, Mr. and Mra. Davis'and ing the week. farm near Stanley's Ranch-on the

( chips with Coca-Colas to herguests. Joyce and Clifton Davis *pent Miss Joe Ella Wooten returned Starke-Palatka Highway.. .'
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. home Monday after visiting her Mr and Mrs Thurman Jones .
I Strickland In Gainesville. .brother, William Wooten, In At- and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon ",-.;::7jf"\
After 'visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Edmundson and :lanta for several .,aYJJ. Jones and daughter and Mr. and

ean 1b Jack Freeman for about a week Mrs. J. Q. Gillis of'Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Alice Lee and Mrs. Bertie Mrs. Edward Norman and son,
TV Mrs. Letha' Allen and Mrs. Lloyd Wells of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Herbert, were visiting Mr. and
were guests of Mr. and'Mr,. A. L.
Pork Chops .53 Mendenhall left Friday for their Stafford Saturday and Sunday. Mae Wells last week. Mrs. Rufus Green in Brooker

homes, in Miami. Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace returned Mr. and Mrs./A. M. Lewis and Sunday.
Miss Pauline Brannen spent the Monday from Jacksonville son, Alvin, were guests of Mr, 'Intimate Atmosphere
past week in Lake Butler as the where they spent the weekend and Mrs. R. A. Griffin Saturday CARD OF' THANKS
guest of Miss Delores We wish to thank each and
Dekle. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Akridge of *
cef Chuck Ib Miss Melba with relatives, having gone 'to Take advantage of our fine food and '
Stringfellow was |accompany Misses Joan and Nancy Brunswick, Ga., were guests of excellent service to add to'' evening's i
the your
guest of Miss Sara Crews
in Mr., and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard i '
toast .39 Jacksonville last weekend.'' Mynihan to their home. Friday of last week. GET THESPEEDY enjoyment. Here you'll find real J t
r Mr and Mrs. Dave Thornton,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Dewey Thornton and little Mr. and Mrs L. H. Futch at f SURE dining pleasure whether you eat :
visited Mr. and Mr. D. H. Beas- Brannen spent last'. weekend Carol with tended the Welch-Dukes weddingin 4'' alone or with friends or family. For J I
ley in Lake Butler Sunday. relatives In Archer. Lake Butler Sunday tll cht. REIEFfORACIDINPIGESTON delicious food tastefully Nerved inn I I, i

iced Grade A Mrs. Annie R. Norman and Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stricklandof 'Mr. and Mr. Kenneth Mutton delightful atmosphere, dine here to ;
Katherine Norman of Jacksonvillewere Bettie Rena Mut- 1
Gainesville were New Year'sguests and Misses and night. t
REAKFAST overnight guests of Mrs. A. of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ton of Canada were guests of
M. RIcharde and Mr. and -Mr Davis At that time Mrs. E. W. Ayres Sunday after r 1
I It
toconIb.69 H. M. RIcharde January 1. Strickland returned hom-3 with noon. They ware enjoying afour 1 HILL'S COFFEE SHOP !
Buddy Boy Jenklnll./'son of Mr. his parents after having visited months' trip travelling' In west 1Carpenter's't
and Mrs. W. :K. Jenkins, formerlyof his grandparents for ern Canada and the United States I
Raiford- ---- and-'- 'now---.. of-- Inverness, about a Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blockerof 151 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. '
was the dinner guest of Mr. and week.Mr. Jacksonville Beach were visit-
and Mrs. Kerce of Ocoqe Open 6 A. M. to 12 P. M..- 8 A. M. to 12 P. M. Sundays
StreakO'LepnWhite Mrs J. M. Bradley and family at were overnight guests of Mr. and ing Mr. and Mrs. A. II. _Harley Drug Store ..

noon Friday. Mrs. E. A. Stafford Wednesday. last,Sunday.
Mi: and Mrs. Mark..Mack of
Wl>>ter Garden were', supper and Mrs.Mrs.M.W.D.E.Young visited Mr. .
Flllyaw and Mr.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. : i irj
J. G. Cald- and Mrs Ira Young In Lake -I

well Friday. Butler Sunday. Mrs. T.,T. Fill- N A i 7
Mrs. Charles
AGON Pulley and son, yaw will return home with Mrs.
Charles- Jr., and Mrs. R: P. Stubbing Young and is now with her and I
Sr., returned to their homeIn Mr. Young.Of .

Tallahassee Tuesday followinga interest to friends of Miss
lb. 35c holiday visit with" Dr. and Mrs. Betty McRae who Is a frequent ,
R. P. Stubbins.
visitor of, her grandparents, Mr
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler U ,the i
Engram last weekend were Mr. fact that as a prospective teachershe
and Mrs. Snyder
and is interning In Miami. Dur-
ordeifa or Pet Miss Lee Baxter of = .
ing her stay there she la living f'.KJ.... ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. f .. ...
S. Rivers and t
with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, < ; -
3 TaU
children. Sarah and Willie, Jr., of 1947 .- .jjsA
elk 39 Jr. Miss McRae Is a Florida Ai
I 6 Small Auburndale spent the past week- State College for Women student. .&'
end with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers Mrs. J. A. Bouvier returned s- ,W \' j
and Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. 'i
Monday from McIntosh where she .
Crews -W
Spencer returned to his
had visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil '
I havers No. 2 Can home here Mr, .
... with and Mrs. McRae since Thursday when, she
Rivers, having spent the Christ- was accompanied there by Mr. r; ,'41 # '';3tiE kX' ; .' ?' l1 FlftYro. ''' ; ,fl j," pry w
field: Peas1.19 mas vacation with Auburndale' Bouvler. who remained overnight,
relatives. On their Ito
return and by Patricia McRae, whQ had
Auburndale Mr and Mrs. Rivers
been their visitor.
e+ ; -y sA r ''''t_._.. __ ...,. ; holiday )
Linda Johns of Stark visited :

C California 4' Jane- Friday RIcharde of last from week.Tuesday until *H :

Major Robert S. Chapman, son
[Black Peas of Mr., and' Mrs. L. F. Chapman i w. p"'
Eye ; A has been transferred from Greens I r I s s.J

boro, N. C., to Bangor,v}Maine.
2 Ibs. *9c Mrs. Robert Chapman accom- .J

panied Maj. Chapman' to his new
base.Mrs. r' $J 0 :

C. H. Cope returned Friday -. 1. .
/. -
OLJO'1b from Jacksonville where she I ,! I
had visited her mother, Mrs., Ada ': 1- J
1 -
Hubert for a week. ...
When Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cope .__'E4. .. ,
.39c' last heard from their son Donald ? 6l'' 1' I tK
: Gene Butler, he was In Bah la ; .. ('j I

&. the Blanca Merchant, Argentina.Marine Gene and Is left with in -' r 4-- "lp' : -.VI, 5,r rI

June for China. :From there he 'a L ae il I : ;

came through the Philippines to ; h'4 ,,11,c
this South American port and, in I IJ

''RODUCE his recent letter wrote that he k f I i

would next go to(>France. Friends ,
hope that It will not be too long ,I :
before he will be coming to the I i''
United States and home.LAWTEY.
Kiln Dried
FEED Ful-O-P.p Broiler .. . . i ",.
for fast' economical 1
,7 *I Y t I
[Sweet Potatoes gain leathered*.and yellow-shanked full-m.ated, birds.well- -

Fortified with special sources of ,
3 Ibs. 25c salts to By The SchoolS '.
vitamins and organic . . .
.. build big frames sound bones L? JOURNEYS
and meaty birds. Come In and t ;: 41JtJ.PLEASANT
talk with us about the Fnl-0- FIRST COUNCIL, MEETINNOIn '
., Pep Plan of raising broil....... the first meeting of the new : V7 'alai 0(
ellow ,a.ibs.Inions #, ate a i
let us show you you may year here Monday night, the \ .
increase your broiler profits the Lawtey City Council reorganizedand '

.12urge Ful-O-Pep Way. elected L. H. .Futch as chair- GREYHOUND -
,. man for 1947.The JACKSONVILLE 80 i
early portion of the session ; ., t
wad devoted to completing 1 ,We welcome i again I the New Year with .its clean .

business pertaining to' 1946, and I slate to record fresh accomplishments. With it

tb I s Immediately following the oathof KEY WEST ----8.95, :; come a custom as old as the calendar:-that of fore j'as.

office was administered to the 1.'I.\ casting,the future while reviewing the past. t

ananas .12 the recently City administration re-elected 'members who are()f. '.. w' PALM BEACH 4 Greyhound has seen a truly remarkable change !1

Councilmen O. A. Anders L. H. take place as our nation buckled down with recon.version -

Futch and H. C. Harley; MayorO. aimed to meet the needs and economies of f. .M
J. Phillips: :Marshall Tracy .. ST.' PETERSBURG 320 'a hard-won peace. Greyhound too, has set about to ,
No. 1 Wh:tootatoes AlsoComplete Hayes: and City Cleric L. H. HILL .. i i do its own particular job ahead intensifying its ; i' i 'J1
LineHARDWARE Chairman Futch appointed Harley '- efforts and accelerating plans to give America the itiAJ.'M
Councilman t.
holdover -
Anders and TAMPA 2.75
finest bus it has
- transportation ever
J. E. Wall, Jr.'to the street 7 -
of committee. .1 -, 'i Toda-areyhound is back in stride. With new

1 iu e\.Pounds31c .*., I equipment in luxury buses and limited ... new (
SHIP METHODIST .YOUTH FELLOW.: 'al,1d. improved terminals modern rest stops ,

: more frequent schedules and vastly expanded serv.
The young people of the Lawtey
and Methodist Church Youth Fellowship CHICAGO I I 16.00NEW ice, Greyhound is already fulfilling its promises
group attended the district -. for an era of unprecedented travel comfort, convenience vE ;

FARM, meeting held in Waldo Monday and economy.

Mrs.night.Will The Edward Rev. ,C.Mrs.B. .L North H., ORLEANS. 8.50 y .When you go in ',47. Go Greyhound!

IMPLEMENTSFARMERS Futch and C. R. Crews accom-
FREE:: panied them.SCHOOL .
,- -. CONWAY. Agent ,
+ OPENS Save an extra 70%' on round trlpt,' Phone 117 Temple Ave. & 10th St.GREYHOUND. 1

The Lawtey Junior High School .Above fares quoted do not Include lax. : ; n''
ELI VERY opened for the second semester
Monday following a two weeks
Christmas and New Year vaca- I
SUPPLY tion. All teachers c>n the staff
?HONE.159 last semester reported .for" work, :
S and most students returned. Nine

MIKE MARUCA Owner new pupils enrolled Monday. L. -. ---- : : : _

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I SOCIETY and CLUBSLister Hosts At Open House Baptist Circle Two Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues this TOTAL AND CAPITAL LIABILITIES ACCOUNTS .
witness my hand and officla'seal 2.
Circle number two of the J3ap- at Htarke, Florida, this January 'll'I
xera 8, 1941.OFP'ICIAtJ +This bank'. capital conT -
Ts" tlst Woman's Missionary UMon ( 813AD A. 3. Thomas, slats of:
; was entertained Tuesday after- As Clerk of said Court. Common stock with total
Simons-Quiroz, Consul From Panama, By Lucille C. Conner D. C. par value of $25.000.0fl
If : noon at the attractive residence of h.! John Nelson 204 Lynch Building Assets pledged or asulitn'
" Heard By Woman's Club and Rotary MembersA t :. Mrs. W. I* Andrew Jacksonville, Florida. Old to secure, liabilitiesand
Atty for Pit. 1-10 4t 1-31 for other purposes
devotional of the '32.:1
appeal for better Mrs, Churchwell also presentedMrs. portion t, 8. L. Peek, Jr, Ca,. .,
stirring I program was led by Mrs. A. J. UKronr OF coxniTio1 on- the above-named bank, do ii.';mn or
understanding between North Carl Hawk of Jacksonvillewho swear that the above ,
t Thomas, and the business session i FLORIDA II IKK AT STAHKI3 state .nt t'
I Americans and their Latin neighbors gave an Interesting talk on of Stark la tho State of Klurldint true, and that It fully a OOt
.: was presided over by the circle tae rlamo of bunlnrnn oil I/eeem- rectly represent the true
of laces. She exhibited
voiced at the subject Jtote
to the South was leader, Mrs. Andrews. During the ber SI, J040. the several matters herein .,?
a meeting of the Starke Woman's lovely samples of rare laces, one social hour refreshments were ASSETS tamed and set. forth, to thi. beet:
I ',\ Club here Wednesday afternoon by avery fine museum piece. served to the 14 members and Cash, balances with other of my knowledge S.and L. belief
Simons-Quiroz. youthful During the musical part of the banks, Inclu din t S re- PULK: jn,
Lister An- Correct-Attest: _
four visitors present., nerve balances, and
Consul to the United States from program Miss Garnlta Hutto sang 54,. cash Items In processof W, B. BAwell
assisted In
drews was serving by W. r... Wall,
Panama. "The Desert Song".and Mrs Garfield collection 753,627.68
the Republic her sister, Mrs. T, C. Chastaln, of United States Government W. P dniith,
Stating that friendly relations Evans, Methodist Missionary obligations, direct and DI."totl. ,
between nations must be brought to Cuba, played "The Beautiful Hampton guaranteed 1,312,259.74 STATE OFN" FLORIDA, '
Individuals rather than Cuban" which she dedicatedto Obligations of States and COUNTY OF BRADFORD s?.
I about by political subdivisions 253,770 Sworn to and subscribed
\ by governments, the Consul urged I I Miss Ondlna Barcelo, adopted i ;P rx IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Loans and discounts (Including me this seventh day of JaniiurV befor.
the Interchange of language/: daughter of the R@v. and Mra. 1 COUNTY. FLOUIDAI CHAN'' _S1205 overdrafts 168,461 1947, and I hereby certify that i
am not
teachers, students, books, and Churchwell. Mra.1 Evans also nuKJ' r..n, Plaintiff, vs. Wallace tank premises owned thh( bank.an officer "or, 'director or|

magazines as a means of developing played "Here Comes the Chinaman" Jf 6330.>wett Moran, Defendant Case No. '1.4Z8.11, U,190:88.furniture 'andfixtures 10,21761, (SEAL) MAE PATUvFn: :
better understanding. He!' Notary Public!
Other asset 9,988.80TOTAL
pointed out that because of the The brief business meeting, iiVs a,4 NOTICIO TO APPEAR My 1947.commission expire Octobt j It,
strong ties now existing between preceding the program, was pre- STATE OF FLORIDA. to: Wallace ASSETS 2,518,32580 It
Jewett Moran, whose residence HAIIILITIEW
North America and Latin Amer- sided over by .Mrs. Lex Creed, and address Is:. unknown. Demand deposits of Indlt
ica, Spanish should be-a required president.For s se4" ,. You are required to appear on virtual, part nershlpa,

subject In schools here, just as this outstanding meetingthe t ., 'vt February named court 10, and 1847, cause In the, wherein above and corporations deposits of, Indl-1,383.13003Tim Have
English Is required In most South club auditorium was beautifully plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Idualn. partnerships. ,
County Telegraph shall publish this and Corporations 700,191.49 your portrait
American schools. decorated In narcissi, calen-
Order In next four weekly Issues, Deposits of United StatesGovernment'
Introduced by dulae, roses, and palms. '
The speaker was Witness my' hand and official (Including made
Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. chairmanof Several foreign war brides aeal at Starke, Florida, this January postal savings) 16.fi37.98
r Deposits of States and
the Club's Department of International were honored guests on this occasion r Y OFFICIAL 8, 1947.SEAL) A. X. Thomas, political subdivisions 233,172.70: .in -
Relations. Earlier In and Mrs. J. H. Churchwelland Aa Clerk of said Court. Other deposits (certified
the day the Consul spoke at the Mrs. J. H. Churchwell Jr., By Lucille C. Conner, T>. C and 'officers' checks, di"g8
etc) 9,607.76TOTAL
D. K, Knight, Starke, Fla.
i Rotary Club luncheon where he both of Jacksonville were guestsof Atty. for fit. 1-10 4t 1-11 D" POSI'JS: 12,338,629.96 of your, own home
was Introduced by the Rev. W..J. the program chairman. '1 Other liabilities; 8,695.10

Churchwell, chairman of that or- During the social, hour the IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD TOTAL LIABILITIES ,
I ganization's International Service hostesses served refreshments of c9atyi Including subordinated .
f obligations shown below -
committee. strawberry shortcake and coffee .Jmm'a kathryn McBride Williams, ) 2,347.525
lalntlff., vs. Howard Otis William., '
I Defendant Cane No. 6324, CAPITAL ACCOUNT T. H..Osborne.WBIX
L. A. Davis Home Mrs., Smith HostessAt NOTICE TO APPEAR Huri Capital>lu%+ 125,000 25,00000
,BOX 423
Scene of Lovely Tea Bridge Luncheon Otis William, whose residence and Reserves. (and profits retirement 8,387.86
address-.: Route 1, Box 176, Mt. .OR c.ur..AT
account for r e t erred
i For WSCS Circles Ladies Auxiliary lope, Went are required Virginia.You to appear on capital), p 12812.39 HOOVER BROS. STUDIO

February 10, 1947, In the above TOTAL CAPITAL IA'O.
The beautiful colonial home of Unusually beautiful flower arrangements named court and cause, wherein COUNT. : 171.000 '
Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis on Mad 1q' were used In decorat- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S. Matthews are pictured above as they received plaintiff seeks. divorce. :Bradford V ?

< son street was the scene Monday ing the Junius M Smith home on guests on New Year's Day. at their home on North Walnut r"'UUUUUIIUIIIU"U'UIII"U""U"U"'III'........... ........... .................... .. ......'.'.'.'.'.'''..'''''..''.'.''''''.'..''''''.''''"""""""",,,,,,"',,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,",',,"',,,"',,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,"',,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,""'.""""","'.."",,,,,,,.,,"',.,,,,,,.,.,,..,,.,,"',,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,"',,.,,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,"',.,,,,,,,"'''',,,,,,,,, ",....... ,
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afternoon of the Methodist W.S. Madison street Saturday when Street, commemorating more than 50 years of married life and Mr. :
Matthews' retirement from the State. Railroad Commission. '
Davis and Mrs. Smith
C.S. meeting when Mrs. entertained at 12:30: /

Mrs. L. D. Vining entertainedboth o'clock at luncheon and bridge. i IT GETS

circles at a delightful tea. I The focal point of the decora- Mr. and Mrs. Green Hosts at DinnerMr.

Arrangements of gladioli, tions was the artistic arrangementof :
chrysanthemums, and roses were white gladiolo and red tulips Hosts at Pilau SupperMr. and Mrs.. L. D. Sullivan START

used in' decorating 1 the apaclous placed on the mantel. Another
and Mrs. Willard Pass and were hosts! at dinner on New WIVBEFORE
for this occasion. The tea outstanding
arrangement was one son of Atlanta, Oa., and Sgt: and Year's Eve at their home on
table, overlaid with a linen .cut- of Golden Rapture roses and blue
Mrs. R. W. Reese and childrenwere / It
Lafayette St. roses wereused
work cloth, was centered with a iris'which centered the dining ta- I.
silver bowl holding yellow chry- ble. Yellow. tapers-In silver can- the honor guests at a family as the centerpiece on the :

santhemums. Burning yellow tapers delabra and vases of gladioli, Urs.party. Lorenzo at the D.home Green of on Mr.New and : table which was i I'covered with a "-: t )[ ) I.

In silver candel sticks balanced daffodils, and roses completed the Year's Eve.Guests beautiful lace cloth. About

the central piece. Presidingat decorative theme. arrived at 6:30 o'clockandta eighteen guests were present to Build Up Your'Resistanee To Colds With Vitamins
the silver services, placed at Following luncheon. bridge : enjoy the hospitality of Mr. and Potent I
either end of the table, were Mrs. scores were kept on tallies carrying I chicken pilau supper was Mra. Sullivan.
1* W. Koch and Mrs. J. W. Kin- out the early spring motif. served. on the lawn, where tables

cald. At the conclusion of 'the game 'I were: placed. PURETEST A B D and G CAPSULES .98
Assisting the hostesses duringthe Mrs: R. A. Weeks was presented Those enjoying this delightful Louise Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ,
tea hour were Mrs. II. M. with a set of ash trays as a reward occasion were Mrs. A. H. Green, ) Silcox, Mr. and Mrs Robert .
Rlcharde. Mrs. T, II. Slade and for making high,score. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green and Green and family. Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. E. L. ,Matthews. A. Z, Adkins made second and I family. Mr. and :Mrs. N. T. Green Billy Dowling. Henry Godwin, Puretest COD (OIL)
Preceding the tea, Mrs W. L. received a pair of'plastlc candel and family, Mr. and- Mrs. Adam Everett McKInney Mr and Mrs. LIVER 1.50 I

Blair, newly ':elected president, sticks '" I Green and family, Mrs. W. 'M. W. C. Powell and children, and __. ,- .
presided over the business meeting, Those enjoying Mrs.' Smith's Wimberly, Miss Jre d d Ie .Wlm- Mrs.. Velma Green. of Lake But. "

using, as her theme "Yesterday, hospitality were Mrs. H. C. Ritch, i berly, Mrs. 'A. F, Sauls, MItts ,ler. a' PURETEST A and D t '..' TABLETS ",. .98 i iI

Today, and ,Tomorrow." In giving Mrs Clifton Brown, Mrs. Ernest
1 the outline of work for the year, Jones, Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Mrs I
Mrs. Blair discussed briefly each R. F. DemorestMrs. J. W Kin-

phase of work of the W.S.C.S. caid, Mrs. J. ,W. Andrews. Mrs.T. MELLO MALT \With Cod 'Over Ooil" .98
and cited the purpose of the organization H. Slade, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, 1R 1
j 4 : "To unite All Women Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- '
i of the Church in Christian living kin. Mrs J. G. Godwin, Mrs.
and service." Ethel M. BigRS, Mrs. T. T. Long, PURETEST PLENAMINS 72 Z75CARPENTER'S
11 A reading "Of Such la the Mrs R. A. Weeks, :Mrs. Edward Well, everything. seemed quite Finally someone heeded his calls CAPSULES

Kingdom" was given by Mrs. E. Burns, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. quiet and well in hand on the and let him out ,, From now

II JU.. Matthews, following which C. W. Dtshlnger, and ,Mrs. E. L. home front New Year's Eve, and oa you can bet ha'll leave the cell : ,
Mra.. Titus Olson. ,treasurer,' read I Matthews. any celebrating that took place door open until he's safely out
the financial report of the society. must have been carried on out of aide '. .' Myrtlef Johns of Hell-

h Mrs. E. K. Perryman town-as far as I could see (which bronn is the newest addition to

Mrs. J. B. Cottrell, leader of wasn't very far, considering the the,force at Lovett's, arriving last I I I
''Circle. One, and Mrs. Joe Martinez Hostess to U.D.C. fog that enshrouded Call Street week to take over the job of

leader of Circle Two, held along about midnight) ., Of cashier Pauline Phillips 'low The REXALL :
their separate meetings, at which. Mrs E. K. Perryman, president: course there was the usual bell as how she'll stilt be around, but DrugStore
time Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mra. of theV.. T. Weeks Chapter, ringing and whistle blowing, but not behind the cash register as

A. Wood were announced as co- '. UDC, entertained members Thurs- after the first feel minutes, all before Starke ,- Phone 64. Florida
chairmen of Circles One. and Two day afternoon of last week at her was calm again Understandthe -"- I
respectively home on Madison Street. Flow- 400 Club in Gainesville was Just as s matter of record here ..lInmnl1ffll'lmIDIIIII11IIIIft.mnlmmlllll"lInlllnlllmnmlll'"", .. "", "" 'nommonunomommlmimnmi.mismioimemouutomtmoomm: ", '" 111I111111111111111111I111111I1 IMII imilliiinmliommuuumm' ismoiiaiaiaoo.WnNY9an14111111Y.11IpIWN .'

In Circle One Mrs. T. Olson ers and potted plants were used given a play by John and Henry Is what was taking place In the 1 ; ,
was elected treasurer; 'Mrs I. P. Rosenberg Louise funny sheets on a certain day-
Shepherd, secretary; Miss Olive Mrs. H. .M. Rlcbarde of the Snyder, Dot an' Bill Powell, Nina Jan. 6, to be exact Dick Traey
Ray, spiritual chairman: and Mrs. State Farm was welcomed as a Bishop an' Bobby Cameron was discovering av'badly decomposed '
W. G. Halle, flower and courtesy new member at this meeting! George Flynn, and Lucille' an' corpse on top of a shelf In :

chairman. I Quests of the chapters] on this occasion Jack Freeman of the State Farm an optical shop.: : To make it a '.' '
Mrs. W. It. Struth and Mrs were Mrs. J. M' MltcTiell! ., We don't see much of Lucille wee bit rrtore gruesome for the gf&jf ,
C. B. Johns will have charge of. Miss Lucile Mitchell,and their around Call Street since she took' kiddies the artist pictured a bevyof .

placing flowers in the church on house guest, Mrs 0. 'C. Livingston up her abode at the State Farm i rats gnawing at the dead .

Jan. 12; Mrs F.. H. Long and Mrs. of Tampa. 'and became secretary to the Sup- man's clothing u*" One of the o ,
,J. W. Klncald on Jan.' 19; Mrs. During the social hour refreshments 'erintendent; succeeding Toby characters In Smiling Jack was Your Table Setting '

H. M. Rlcharde and "Urs. E.. L. were served by the hostess, (Dunbajr) Godwin C. W. Col- drawing a bead on another char- #0
Matthews on Jan. 26; and Mrs. assisted by Miss Mitchell.HorneBarksdale son, Merle Grider, 'and James Alvarez acter with the evident intent to '

T. Olson on Feb. 2. : were among'.those helping blow his brains out Dr. Prey Q.
Mra James Morris,' Mrs. J. W. ,' to usher In, 1947 at the Embassy In the Kerry Drake strip was -----oe; W/ltam'Rogm Slverpfali'; '

Klncald. Mrs. A. D. Martin and Club In Jacksonville Yes, making leisurely and elaborate ..
Mrs. Baltzer were welcomed as. Mr. and Mrs. .James these Callatreeters I', ." ;
Wagner certainly get preparations to'bump off Madam Fifty-Piece Set
new' mem b era In Circle One. Horne of Hampton announce the around and wherever the bright Libretto for her Insurance 7- $33.75 Tax Included
:Mrs. T. II.. Slade was welcomedas engagement and. approaching lights flickered on New Year's And the Veiled 1'oman'ifs? Abbla

anew member of Circle Two: marriage of their ,daughter, Bar- Eve t 'spec we were 'well represented and Slats was just before plunging -

Following the separate circle bara, to Robert Barksdale soil '. a long sharp knife Into a (
meetings the members enjoyed a of Mr and Mrs. C. O. Barksdale sleeping figure under the bedcovers : r ]jt( czh 4 ::

i' report given by Mrs A. Woodof of Starke. Friends Margaret,' Ann Young And still they", call P *
a seminar held In Gainesville The marriage will be an eventof who added charm and talent to 'em the "comics". ,, \ Pleasant .
.: recently concerning the alcoholIc Sunday afternoon. Feb. the USO here In the latter >
9. at4:30.0'clock daysof dreams, children' .
< : : Bulova ",', ..
condition in Florida and the nail : In the First Baptist Standing, will be Interested to --- 't !. S.r'-, ': 'I Elgin ; -I '. .

tlon. Church of Hampton. No Invitations know that she I Is now Mr. Ber- Spotted an' Jolted rI : Ed Dahmer "''I". r. ,. Ladies ', ., '
Membership of the- Circles for will be sent out but all nard Heuer of '611 Moler St. Co- I I buying up all the egg ice ,, 37.50 up Gents 33.75 up
the new year was announced as friends of the couple are invited lumbus 7, Ohio The lucky cream In town during the holidays bl'' t ".ti / io a "..') ." ",,
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follows: to attend the ceremony. husband is a chaplain In the Navy Wonder why? Bill 1" Iti ;

'"" : t Hear that Warren and Ruby Graham Call Street's; .
"- budding ,
Clrcle.Qno I Ladies Auxiliary"* Mae Perkins harvested two .poultryman reading up on hen ; t\ ridi f, SiHi-

Mrs. J. B. Cottrell, chairman; bunches of fine bananas from culture during a dull moment in ti\tifJJiam .
Mrs. L. A. Davis, co:chairman; The Ladies Auxiliary of the their grove on Christmas Eve and the store Pat Lamb ,back ,, ,

:Mesdames W. B. SeweU, E. L. Presbyterian Church will meet enjoyed banana pie- and puddingand .from an invigorating fortnight's 1 \ ir-. ."<.
Matthews, A*. 'Z. Adkins, W, O.I Tuesday afternoon at 3:13: o'clockin fried bananas on Christmas vacation with friends In WheelIng 'i, JII rI :

HaUe, E. K. Perryman, Quitter, the Sunday School room Mrs Day They've plucked five W. Va. Got to see a "

i Charley Johns, M. W., Cressler, J. R. Kite, president, will. preside. bunches so far this season, snow storm which- made her thinkof l r ." Parker 51" Pens .. .it ,
I H. M. Rlcharde, J- M. Hembree, thanks to the balmy weather the old days in Canada .- ,. .j\\
i W. J. Chandler, W. F. Godwin flea W. II, Nollman. O. B. Flynn. Usually the cold ruins the crop Elise (Green) Paw imparting the at *
J. W. White T. J Griffin, Eula Whlgham. L. before they mature ,
| Hogan Smith J. H. news that she and Wtllard are
,ij D Vining Walter Lott. A. W. Kreisler Expansion Bands
Fields G. B. Newcomb, F. H. ; ---.t moving from Atlanta to Annlston,
.] Long, M. F Brown, Fred Guy, Anderson, Carl Johns, A. W. Red Callatrrrt'a popular patrolman. Ala, Lonnle Sullivan vowing
1.A.[ F. Sauls. L. D. Green, H. C. grave Hattie Paul Hudgtns, L. W. Koch. Ebb Thornton, had the tables that Dolly Is trying to collect .

t Ritch, I. P, Shepherd, L. S. Hutto Mathcock, Carrie Retch turned on him one day recently his insurance because she loaned Watch
M I W. E. Mlddleton, E. T. Shull, D. Instead of Repairing
j I. N. Breazeale J. W Kincalii, being on the out dishwater!' containing a little left
f A. D. Martin, James Morris, Stab- Knight Shelly hall E. S.Matthews side looking In, he was on the inside over rice, on the backdoor Ssteps
,i *iar, and Miss Olive Ray. J. R. Wainwright Ann looking out, and not liking it and he slipped down an 12 of '
t R. Guy, Bertha Pearce T, T. Long a single bit! S-ma he had
them and
>i Circle Two T. H. Slade and Miss Kate Struth. stepped Inside a cell at the city never .missed a step! GEM JEWELRY

1 Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. pastor's jail and the 'door latch auV)>matic- 0 :
Mrs. Joe Martinez, chairman -
; wife, and Mrs. W. L.
ally locked .
Mrs. A. Wood, co-chairman; Mea- president, will visit, the circles him Passersby heard Well, so long for now See 109 EAST CALL ST.STARKE, FLA.- '
yelling, PIIONE
dames J. L. Anderson, O. L. Hay alternately. abut thought It :was you In the next,.,-. T 170r
some drunk and went on by .. '"'
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JANUARY 10, 1947

rBITS of LOCAL NEWS Miss Frances Peek and Roy Mrs. T. F. Landrum and children -, The following schedule will be iv: rniri'ir ('OI'UT nninrnim' iv. '.lrl'I'I" ('OVflT. nit,U>K<>III' '
Ward accompanied by Col. and 'spent last week In Jackson rovATy' vi.onm.ii i-x CIIA.Janot \-' f'fH'N'rv, 11'1.(1111)\1 i\ (HAN: ,' \
followed at both sales, it
was announced CEItV. '
Mrs. Raeburn Home of Madison, ville with relatives. ... vlt.1 CKIIV.. 'I'
: :Morning of first day, no nberir, riitlntirr. Fredrrlo C.; Warnecko, Plaintiff
I attended the Sugar Bowl football ALL-WOOL SUITS-$I5, $35, llerbnrt Iloaenbcrg" I>.*l>n<1aut. VN. Mary A. Warnoche, Defendant, I
F Grady returned Thursday Mr..and Mrs. Charles Mayhew i game In New Orleans on New and '19.30 at Leila's Dress registration of veterans. Afternoon Juno No. 5331.onr Cue No. (326.onncn .
Ltlanta after spending the hol- of Kingston, N. C., were weekend Year's Day. They were Joined in Shop. of first day, and morning of >En!: OF ptrnLtrATiov OF PUBLICATION": 'I
with his wife and Mrs. guests of Mr. I
here and Mrs. W. New Orleans by Dr. and Mrs. J. ; I
s H. Graham. of Tallahassee were guests Sunday second day, sales ,o veterans.; STATH OF H.OU1DA toi 1 ll.r- 8TATH OF FLORIDA to, Mary I
Manassa. M. Hembree of the State Farm heft HnHvnbrrir. whose rvrlilenc A. Wnrnecke whomj re.lilencx nn of N. D. Wainwright, Sr. Afternoon of second day, sales to I
and drvnii
and Mrs E. S.. Matthews Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent several and Dr. and Mrs, H. H. Adams nil Iltl: unknown.You I. unknown. I
vfr.. and Mra. E. L. Matthews days last week in Miami as the who had been visiting In Tennes- all other priority groups. Morn-i Fubrnitrjr: are 1ft(required, 1047, I In to the appear nbov on February You are 10 required 19fT, In to the appear above on (i',
guest of I Presbyterian Church ing of third day all remaining named. Court and wherein. wherein
children were visiting friends Mr. and Mrs." James cause named Court and cause f i''
Fredricks see.Mrs. equipment to be offered commercial plnlnttff. neck.. illvorre. VtrailforilCounty plaintiff seeks divorce. flradfnrd }+
[itnesvllle Sunday afternoon. W J. Epperson, Sr., and in Our Hearts" will Telegraph. shell publish thl County Telegraph hall publish I this '
[ "Eternity )buyers.: Afternoon of third 1
Miss Micky Brown of Jacksonville Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson Sat Order .In. next tour weekly lumen.WHn Order In next four weekly I liauee.Wltnemi 1;
those attending: the',Ga5owl spent I of'the I
tong be the subject mornlnbisermon day bid sales atari. .".. my hand and official ( my hand. and .
football game In Jack- Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. urday In Jacksonville.Mr. in the First Presbyterian All requests for Information I seal l Ht Sterkq Florida, this Jan- Real. at sturke, Florida ,this Jan'h"'
lie on New Year's Day were D. A, Monteith. and Mrs. Frank Halle and Church Sunday Jan. 12. 'nary 9, 1547.OFFICIAL uary 7, 1947.
and Mrs. T. F. Grady Mr Miss Jean Irwin, who has been Carol Knight of Rutledge, Ga, should be directed to the Veterans ( SEAL) A. J. Thomae, ( BKALV A; J.,1'homaa I 1A. :
"The discriminating Christian Division, War Assets Administration Clerk of said Court Ic IcOFFll'IAt. iI iIfly !
Manassa, Mr. and spending the past ten days in Aa Clerk of aid Court.
Henry and Ralph Halle of Atlanta were .
irs will recognize that Godliness Is Jacksonville, Fla., or toWAA's Lucille C Conner, D. C.William i
Fernandlna with Mr. and Mrs. D. lly Lucille C. Conner, D. C.T. '
AI Manassa Mr. and Mrs. ;guests) of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. D. Morgan Fifth Ftnii
Mr and Mrs. W. B. White, has returned to the ; profitable In all things for It has district offices at Miami : Frank I.antlrum, Htarke, Fla, Clarke, ,Handing, ,JacItsonviHs., Flu.Atty. ,
Hankin : home of her Halle Thursday ,of last week. promise of this present time and and Tampa, It was said. Atty. for rif. 1-10 4t 1-81 for Fir l-IO It 1-31 :;
Mr. 'and Mrs.. L. P. grandmother, Mrs. I
raham Mrs. Nezzie Strickland left yes- of the life tfcat la'to., come In the i I
C. I. Manassa.
ins Mr and Mrs. Carl A. terday to spend ,three weeks In hereafter Truly'''"God ,has set I
ht, Miss Margaret. Monteltli Dr. and Mrs. H. 1[. Adams and Lakeland with her daughter Mrs. Eternity: in our hearts".
i MoGrlff.'Mlas:: Evelyn New- son, John, have returned from Evelyn Henry. She will also visitIn Sunday School at*9:4.: : A wel IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO DETTER AT
Capt. Ralph Rhodes, and Memphis Tenn. where they spent '
Tampa. come to all. "
Micky Brown. the holidays with relatives. For home portraits see T. IVOobnrae. John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

|mo and bo fitted for your Mrs. Robert F. Conway of Albany !See! ad on pair* *- Vehicles FLA. t
It and summer Splrella gar- N. Y. Is the guest of her Mrs. Mary Lee Hancock and 750 Motor PHONE 151 ,

_. Girdles) 'one-plere gar- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Miss Carolyn Rowland spent New Offered To VeteransMore 11,
corsets", brassieres! belts Mrs. P. E. Canova. Year's Day with Miss Rowland'
Jrnlty garmf'nts.-l\ln. Franker Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand parents Mr. and Mrs.' W. C. than 750 vehicles of all
>our ''Splrella Corxetlere' !, daughter Jeannette, have returned Rowland, in Moultrie, Ga. types representing- total cost All4YooLFilled\ COMFORTS Now on'SALEI! .
<>. tf to their home in Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Laurie G. Ray to the government of over a million -
Thomas O. Bitch returned' after spending the holidays here and children of Lake Wales were dollars will be offered to ,..- ,,",-'r '
ane Thurday'of last ""week' with Mrs. McLendon's parents in Starke Friday of last week certified Florida veterans on a >> t fu 17.50 (Reduced from $19.95 :

Ictory Memorial: Hospital In Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, and visiting their aunts Mrs. J. W. first come, first served basis at \'{ '

egan, Ill after spending the In Marianna with Dr. McLendon's White and Miss Olive Ray. two sales early In January .' These Are Full Size Wool Filled 1 '1
ayg hero with his mother. mother. SWEATERS and SKIRTS Joseph J. Osboriv regional direc- ,
Carrie Rltch. For wedding portraits see T. II.OHborne. $3.98 at LrUa'n Dress Shop. tor for War Assets Administration 'k Beautiful. Colors Limited Numhn''t'
,, G. C. Livingston returned See ad on page 4. Miss Dolores Ann Hancock re- announced today.
uy to her home In Tampa Friends of Mrs. G. B. Flynn turned Friday of last week after The first sale/' cheduled for ,
spending several days heree will 'regret ,to learn that she Is visiting relatives in Cocoa and Jan. 8. 7 and, 8 at: the Jackson- BLANKETS Now on Sale! I.i
guest of Mrs,;J. Mv>Mltch- confined to her home because of Delray Beach. ville Naval Air ,Station, will Include : --

nl Miss Luclle Mitchell. illness. Warrant Officer and Mrs. W. 449 vehicles to be offeredat and them
all need get
Come in and select you ; 1 ;
F. Godwin of Parris Island, S. C. fixed nricea. At the conclusion : I
spent the New Year holiday with II -of- the fixed price sale an to t, ,'J now at a reduced price. : f
Mrs. W. F. Godwin Sr. of Starke additional 149 vehicles will be I
PA and Mr. and Mrs. :J.: G. Godwinof I I sold concurrently to 'all purchasers We Have A Large "' 'i 1

the State Farm. I on a bid basis, it was said. Modern Chifferobes 39.95 Selection of
Miss Lillian Stump Is,spendingthis At Lee Field. Green Cove I a
week In Monticello with Mr. than 100( vehicles Ice Refrigerators
Springs more
Sun. Mon. Jan.'12-13 5 Drawers Large
2 Mirrors
and Mrs. Wm H. Thomson. will be offered at fixed prices Walnut Finish -
"BOYS RANCH"Jackie Mrs. R. A. Weeks returned on Jan. 9? 10 and 11. A bid sale Hat Space Large Clothing Space UsefulIn
Saturday from New York, where Home .
"Butch" Jenkins at the same location will include Any
she visited her son-in-law! and
Skippy Homeier Dorothy Patrick daughter Mr. and Mrs. ,William more Items than listed 50 pieces at the of equipment.Naval Air Reduced from 45.95-JV'e Need the Space I t '

LaMorte. She was accompaniedhome

Tues..Wed.. Jan. 14 15 by her little granddaughter, station Station wagons Include, trailers passenger, trucks cars 10.00 and J I
Bambl. Used Dressers
"TWO SMART' :PEOPLE' ,. Mr. and Mrs. :J. H.-Rltch; of and tank trucks. The Green Cove up t '
Lucille Ball John llodiak Lloyd Nolan'.Thura. Springs Inventory will have cargo
Jacksonville were among the out for Use ,..
and stake trucks, tractors flatbeds Some Need A Little Paint Others Heady ,
of town guests attending the open
.. I trailers and some heavy
Fri -Jan. 16 17 house at .,the home of Mr. and I '

'"SWAMP' FIRE" Mrs. E. S.. Matthews on NewYear's duty Osborn garbage emphasized trucks. that all vehicles 2-Bumer Boss << -, 8.50 '
Day.'ALLWOOL !!!lit
Carol Thurston
Johnny .Weismuller.. COATS -:on mate offered on a bid basis are, i t
Buster Crabbe at $19.95 and 933. Leila's Dress in poor condition and In need of Do Your
Shop. extensive repairs. He urged vet
Sat. Jan. 18 DOUBLE FEATURECARAVANTRAIL"Western Mrs. W. B. Sewell returned the erans to take advantage of the SHOP AT DEN AI ARKS 29.95 and \\p :

In Color latter part of last week from i IS day Inspection period prior to
Thomasvllle Ga., where she the sales to examine'all equip- We Have Specials Every Day Now Is The Time to Pur ,
,- And thoroughly before submit
visited relatives. m snt chase For The Summer ,
"HOT CARGO"Wm. Miss Polly;Baker, of New Smy-, ting offers to purchase. All sales Plenty of Parking Space I,
it, where Is, it l
the of Miss will be .made as
J ma Beach is guest I
Gargan Jean Roger was stated.
Carlisle. :
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MEN'S Formerly 7.50 All Children'sCLOTHING 4 95 \ "
Now 4.50 Plus Tax Coats t i

All Wool '

Two -Tone AllLeatherJackets NOW- Ladles Pocketbooks. I 6.95 VALUE 1-3 [; .1\\

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-- e e . ix: nncriT coiner nRADFORD day of December 1944. to-wltl in Section Thirteen
1. S. e e e Mae Trleat. COUftTir, FLOUIUAt IN CHAN (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, The North 165 yards of the NEV4 ship Six' (en 1'0
Mrs. W. W. Packhamhad CKRV.Davta As Clerk of said Court. of NWVi( containing Fifteen acres South n.
Mr. and SunnybrookBy L. Hunter Plaintiff VII By Lucille C. Conner 13. C. more or less and Five acres In Twenty-one (11) Ea(1talnlng :
Theressa as New Year's guests her Virginia I Dix Hunter! defendant. John J. Henderson, Emi.. St. ,,Augustine the South West corner of said In the air.r..Ka ftrh '
Case Mo. .6816.ORDER Fla.. Atty. for PIt. Nifitt of NWM being a .trip of (20) acre. more or ion
tS By Eva Mn TrlcutMrs. mother Mrs. Annie Trlest of Mrs. O. E. Crosby Otn PUBLICATION 1-1 4K1-24 land 88 l..ar East and West by said sale based on Applica ,t

e e e e e el Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. En- e e e e e .. AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Vlmlnla NOTIOE'Notlc1t -{ 875 y 5. acres more and.or south less,containing all- 13-80 tt 1-10 Monle Lewis. ,ardiq
t. STATE OF : that theundersigned r
and Mr. and Dix Hunter residence Is la hereby given
nlaon and family Mrs. Delores Silvia of New whose : In business' -
l Sidney Grlffls and son, % Mrs. WIlfi. Maude Dlx, 601 Oct- are
Mrs. Packham of Gainesville York and Mra Viola Sallette of under the fictitious name of .
Merle met street Macon O.orgla.Ypu
Sidney Jr., of Lake K. 8 Laboratory located at Hampton -
here with Mr. Mrs. E. F. Prevatt and Jacksonville were visiting thetormer' 'are required to appear on In the City of Hampton Brad-
t, spent last weekend parents Mr. 'and Mrs.J. February 3, :J'c "ull the above, ford County Florida, and Intendsto Son?
4'. and Mrs. Jimmie Swindell. family of Starke, and Mr. and C. named Court whereinplaintiff register the said fictitious nameIn R. B. Alvarez &
N. Kelly and Mr. and seek". dlvorc. and restoration the Office of the Clerk of the ,
I Sam Swindell of Jacksonville Mrs. H. G. Jarrell and family of C. Crosby New.Tear's Day. of Maiden Name. Bradford Circuit Court of Bradford County ,
pent the weekend here with his County; Telegraph shall publish this Fla. Edmund H. Shafer two-
and Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mills Kelly and Order In next tour' weekly Issues. thirds Interest Gladys I. Shafer
\ mother Mrs. S. R. Swindell and Mrs. D..P. Loper and children of Lake Butler were din- Witness my hand and official one-third. Interest., Btarke: ,. FlaI Transfer & Storage Co.
family. seal "'>t Stark., Florida this Jan- 11-21 ct 1-11
for Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loper and ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. uary *, 1947.OFFICIAL '-- ..
l left
Donald Griffith Sunday In Starke Crosby Sunday.Mr. ( SmAL) A. J. Thomas. IN CIRCUIT COVRT. MRADFOflDCOUNTY.
after children were shopping Phone 179
Miami to attend school As Clerk of said Court. VLORIDAI CHAN-
d here with Saturday. and Mrs. Otis Crawford By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. I11RV.) ',
i the holidays
' spending and children attended church atMUleI' Zach H. Douglas Gainesville Fla. Bessie Lea North Plaintiff vs.
his mother Mrs. S. W. Griffith Mr. and Mra. Bill Posey of Val- Any. for Far -8 4t ,1-14 Aaron d. ,North> Defendant. Case

J Miss Fay Alaobrooka of New- dosta, Ga., were visiting their Sunday and were dinner Mc- NOORDJiR We .operate local and long
returned to her home there guests of Mr. and Mrs Cyril NOTICE TO APPHAR OF PUBLICATIONAND Moving I' and
j berry week aunt Miss Ida Hagan, here Sun- Leod. Shirley'Ann remained for TO ALL PERSONS H.VINO OR NOTICB! TO APPEAR distance .Anywhere in
after enjoying: a to Aaron
here with her cousin Miss Eva day afternoon. I a longer visit with her Uncle and I AND TO THE FOLLOWING DEsCRIBED O. North.. whose residence .la unknown the State of Florida.

.' Joe Gilmore of Dade City spent Aunt. I 'To wits Lqts LANDS o nine: (9), twenty. Ton are required to appear on Dr --7"y%_ -* -. _
the weekend with friends here. Mrs. Omage"'Hosier Is spendinga I tour (U) and twenty-five (IB) February S, 1941. In the abovenamed
f while In Ralford with her son -section seventeen (IT), also Court and. cause wherein Fast, Careful Moving
Miss Ada Beth and WilfordPatigett lot sixteen (16) In Wood lawn, plaintiff seeks. dlvtrce. Bradford
S and daughter-in-law( Mr. and section eighteen (18) all In County Telegraph,shall publish this

v of Jacksonville spent Mrs. Ellaon Rosier and Mrs. Township five (5). South Hange Order in next four weekly Issues. .. ,.
hand and official -
22 East containing forty acre Witness my
last week here with their cousin Ruby YarbrOugh.0 Florida this Jan- ,
more or Ie.... seal at Stark, u,.,
Miss Inez Neel. I Mr. and' ':Mrs. J. N.:.Kelly spent It appearing from the Plaintiff's. uary(OFFICIAL 2. 1947.SEAL! ,) A. J. Thomas.

Thomas and Ervin Triest were Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. the sworn cane Bill of of F.P.Complaint(Buck) on Jones flla, V"In. As Clerk of said Court.D. C. Complete Service
I Lucille C. Conner
and Mrs. Thurman Pons of O. S. McCoy .t ale, said cause By Gainesville Fla. ,
business ia"h! H. Douglas
In Melrose on pending In the Circuit Court of "'--
1-8 4t 1-iM
S. E. Trlost and children Waldo. Florida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, In Atty. for Plf.,._ ::-. Looks like H's going to be
Mr and Mra. Kenneth Stokesof and Bradford which -
County .
I* '
were visiting relatives in New- Jacksonville were New Year's cause In a suit to quiet tlt.ah'af theabove COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN )" Vi= along : time yet before

HOWDY FOLKS! : berry Sunday.Mrs. Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd described residence lands and, places therespective of Arthur CERY.C. Mann, Plaintiff vs. Ef .. L' -' many'of us get that new

What this country needs Is D. L. Raley was shoppingIn Crosby and family. address of the defendants, O. 8. Mo- fie Kvalea Mann Defendant. Case ii. car we've been waiting for.
Canal Timber ,
.' fewer people telling, us what Mr. and Mrs. Louis Newsomeand ,Cay ; Corporation No. 6318. Therefore it's more important
all ,
Keystone Heights Saturday.Mr. James H. Foes, any and persona ORDER!: OF PUBLICATIONAND 0).

:: this. country needs.. and Mrs. W. 'Vf. Packhamwere children spent the day with and John claiming Wagner Interest and under any heir.him, NOTICE TO APPEAR Effle CertifiedLubrication .than ever to let us:
i An angry traveling Mtlesman In Gainesville Monday.The Mr. and Mrs. Myrtle Newmans of assignees, and persons claiming. Evalee Mann whose residence Is keep your. old car in A-l
Heilbronn Springs Sunday. under' his title, are unknown to .
asked Bock Ridge's only cabdriver Rev. S. E. Sparks of Starke Mr. and Mrs.' Rosier and your Plaintiff; and that there Is nopersons unknown.You are required to" appear on condition.
why they put the depot filled his regular appointment at 1 In the State of Florida. the February a, 1947 In the abovenamed
daughter Ann, and Mrs. O. E. service of a ..ubpoen.upon., whom Court and cause wh..r.lnplaIntiff Washing Polishing'Woxing'
.e blasted far from town."Wal the Baptist Church here Sunday. and children visitors would bind the said defendants or seekdivorce.. Bradford -
stranger," said the Crosby were either of them. That It Is the belief -i County Telegraph shall publish this STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
\\1 driver, "I dunno, lesa'n Its Irle Sibley left ,last Monday In Gainesville Friday. of the Plaintiff that the said Order In next< four weekly issues.Wilneee .

that they want ,tow get the for Deland after spending sev- Mr. and Mir.' Nick Crosby of defendants 21 years.IT .are each over the age seal at St rke my; Florida hand and, this official Jan- ,\ ,

I depot ez close ez possible to eral days ,here with his brother moved to Jacksonville Saturday IS THEREFORE ORDEREDthat 8 1947. L B. Alvarez Service Station
where he Is employed with the the defendants, O. S. McCay. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas
I the railroad. and sister-in-law, Mn and Mrs. Canal Timber Corporation, All Clerk of said Court. .
Royal Typewriter Co. H. Foss, any and all persons gl..r.:- By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
Bill: "My wife doesn't understand BX S. SIbley and family There will be church and Sun- Inc Interest under him, and John Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla. ;; Temple Ave.,. at Call St.
e Wagner, and heirs,, for PIG 1-S 4t 1-84 ,
? at' any assignees Atty.
me; doe yours day School Corinth Baptist and persona claiming; under his .. .. '. ....
rim; "I don't think so Church Sunday. Is If alive
Everybody If the unknown
TailorMadeSEAT heirs title. at law, legatees dead. devisees orgranl..e. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD ,- -.'- .... -- ___'_''M ___._._._ '_'_11____.....
heard her Invited to attend. COUNTY. FLORIDAI IN CHAN ,
I've never even mention ..
of each of the abovenamed CERY. .
!I" parties .and. all
your name .. .... _.:ow ., .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- i:1..jmfn.-rj.rht. title. or' Interest person.In i JeHsle, vs.Mae be .sure- that and to the property described above Case No. 6309.
But can dant.
yon and In the, Bill of Complaint ORDER OF PUBLICATION SEE ARNOLD GRIFIISSausage
plenty of people are mentioning Brooker filed. herein do appear on the list AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I
our name as the place to day of January A. D. 1947 to STATE OF FLORIDA tot Jessie
By Mrs. T. W. Markey answer the said Bill of Complaint M. Owens whose residence and address -
get real top quality car service .
filed against them at toe office of Is Meeting Street Charleston,
there's no car need .' .. e e the Clerk of'' the Circuit Court In South Carolina. .
and for Bradford County Florida You are required to appear on
that we don't understand. Claude V. Smith and FranklinS. and that this Order be published In February 3rd, 1947 In the above
Drive In today. the Bradford County Telegraph, a named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff 'xFresh
of Frederick Md. .
Tinney ,
newspaper published In Bradford seeks divorce Bradford Pork Liver Pudding
GULF OIL PRODUCTS were called here to attend the County four consecutive, Florida!' once a week. for County Telegraph shall publish this .,\' .
weeks before the
Order In next four weekly Issue .
funeral of their mother-in-law. return date stated in this Order '*
Washing Polishing All WorkGuaranteeCi Witness my hand and official seal
Mrs. W. O.: Rimes. and Notice at Starke, Florida, this 80th of December Hog Head Cheese
Greasing", 'WARD'SEA"( Harry Edwards spent a week WITNESS my hand and the seal 1948.OFFICIAL "-. .
of this Court on-this the 2nd day ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ;fl ,
Temple & Lake of the Christmas vacation periodIn of January A. D. 1947, at Ktarke. As Clerk of said Court. 0 ,.
COVER CO. Tallahassee with Mr and Mrs. In the State and County aforesaid John J. Henderson, Esq. ? -" .
Service Station (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, Atty.. for Plf.. 1.3 4t 124. !:/ /
GAY'S SERVICE, STATION O. C.'Norman. Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford .
Phbne 179 Mrs. Rosa Plnholster was a County Florida,. NOTIOE '
Phone io Court & Madison Sts. Green A: Ureen, Attorneys for Notice Is hereby given that theundersigned 2 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE tON
weekend of Mr. and Mrs.
Plaintiff. 1-3 4t I.U Guardian of Mae Lee
M. F. Wigginsv New River. Lewis, Morris Edward Lewis and GRIFFIS '
1 Jam. Leon Lewis minors, will on ROAD !,.-
Mrs. and Mrs. Hattie iv CIRCUIT: COURT) BRADFORD 4
the 15th day of January 1947, sell **?
Brannen of Lake Butler were COUNTY V. FLOlUOAr IN CHAWCKH at private sale, all the Interest of 4". *.:*, :* .WP _
1 Can Use More PulpwoodWRITE visiting W., O. Rimes Thursday Ruth Ellen. Mahaffey Threatt. Plaintllf the the above following named described minors real In and estate to -0
afternoon. v" Henry Donald Threatt Pe ;. -- < e u
endant.. Casa No"6804>
TIMBER DEPT Miss Madeline Green and Miss ORDER OF ..PUBWCATIONAND :- I II"t'
Doris Hodges of :Jacksonville were STATE i It' ; .... ;+,>j *- (
f Container. Corp'n.tiSouthelrn. of America, Fernandina, ..Fla here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Donald Threatt.OB" FLORIDA whose! address to: Henry Is ; I J. 9: { nf

ojo General Delivery. ; Cand.nSouth( ,'1.
W. O. Rimes Thursday. of last Carolina. Ii -- :
week. You are requlredrto appear on or
Bessie before Monday January 27 1947, (
Lumber Company10th Miss Brannen of Jacksonville In the above -named Court and{cause, .. .an ..
was the weekend guest wherein plaintiff seeks divorce.Brad ,it
St. Two Blocks East of Depot ford County Telegraph shall t r '
of the Rev and Mrs,, Lawhon.! lien pub. r ,
P this Order 1m next four weekly S .
: Starke, Flat Issues.Witness. "
e'. ,. . my .hand and official .

; ROUGH'and DRESSED LUMBER Pine, LevelBy seal at Starke, Florida' this 27th :{' PIC Kt- U P AND'

Logs Purchased at the JIll CARPENTER'SE ?. '
Mrs. II. M. McRae
or Stumpage BoughtINTEGRITY e e e 1 . e .

Services at Pine Level Baptist ; ;: 3':

1 Church Sunday were well attended .

and 224 were present fot E ., t' \. I .
C\ Sunday school. .." MJ. t'BY' ',. ..

Mm. E. G. Johns.land son Eddie '

of conduct and dealing with better of Jacksonville are guests of her ;4i' :(

thoughtfulness and economy In alt our uncle and aunt Mr.., and Mrs. H. 1 PAUL'FALJLKNER I ; (j '

.serving-these mark ;:the reputable M. McRae._ a : '.
quality( of this welt known firm. Mr and Mrs. B. M. McRae were ,' '

r dinner guests of Mr.. and Mrs.,. O. "t ?;L FOR '

I fL. R. Alvarez In Vanderbilt Sunday. 4.. a
41.. .w .. Earl McRae of Jacksonville Is

visiting his grand rentll. Mr. and KO'D
DEWITT C. JONES I; Mra. H. M. McRae.' .,. \ ,
The Rev. and Mrs W. E. Hall .
the fellowship meeting

Funeral Director In Georgia last week. PHARMACIST'

STARKE PHONE 7 Misses Jola and Beverly Joe .'--J.:; .

i Thomas celebrated .their birthday Phone 64 STARKE Work Thoroughly: Inspected

Our local funeral home enables us to anniversaries Sunday' at the homeof t ..... .
offer conveniences and services not their parents Mr. and Mrs. On-the-Minit ServiceTHE -

otherwise available.We Russell Thomas. Ice cream and Before Delivery : "
cake were served J the guests.

furnish the highest 'type service at the lowest price. art Mrs. Susie McDaniel of Lake w -a
Geneva spent New Tear's :
> Day .
accept ANY Ute Insurance In ANY .
policy force Issued by ; con with her son'and daughter-in-law 4 w

paoy, as payment In part or In fun on a funeral. Consultation* Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Myrick. ".. 4I .
carries no obligation.

We take this method of expressing .-.-
our thanks; and gratitudeto Clean : : ; '

our many friends and neigh- ', "Keep. With, Green". '

bors who ; ; .
helped us so much with ,. V *-L :
MEET YOUR FRIENDS their kindness and-sympathy and .' .. .. -

.j -I' AT THE assistance during''the recent Illness ., WAIT FOR THE. WHITE TRUCK.* 'd- H: '
e and dealhof& .-. 0 .
<>ur loved one "' $ 0 1. : ; ''
L. Words ''I i ..
A. Rltch. cannot express 1' J _. 4 .

our appreciation for the i .' '-" ,. ..". ', .. '
BLUE beautiful flowers. : tad 'I ", '
: .
May bless
\ :1. : ; r!. :..
each of you. ONLYDEFENSE '" "

!'" Mrs L AfRUch and family. ,
Goocf Home-Cooked '
Meals ,

Steaks Chicken Sea Food IS YOUR LIVER


Plate Lunches CRYING FOR HELP gainst Insurance' Windstorm to pay for Is .

Sandwiches Beer Soft Drinks because of constipation or faulty digestion -
If you feel bilious, sour, the damage it causes.
Bloated with gas headachy blue,
OPEN FROM 10 A.M. TO 11 P. M. grouchy you may be putting too big Sec .Us!
a burden on your liver.Retained undigested .

Everybody Welcome Your Business food becomes: putrefactive '.
causes toxins which overload the .Charley E. Johns .
liver, keeping it from working prop. .
Appreciated erly.Then Is the time to relieve your ". ,.
.. tired liver by Jetting Calotabs help Agency .E AYENUE J 'p.- ,'
nature sweep the putrefactive) and '> .
u partially digested matter from your Phono IS STARKE FLA. .
DUB ,Mgr. stomach and intestines. Nothing acts GREEN, Owner PHONE. 135 STARK;. FLA.
Just like good old Calotabs.Use as di "

Phone 134-W rected tae and 25o at your druggist. .... ..11.

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Take CALOTABS !R.pf..s.THE T,,<,VELER8. Hsrttord -,' --

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from_hand to mouth. Wellborn. o'clock hour, followed by Communion ledge our gratitude to Dr. W -flowers. ""

Rules For Avoiding Colds I Beware of Panaceas. Misses Barbara and Martha then the Bible School In the'Middleton, and we extend E'I Mrs. J. D. Cheshier.j j[
"Regardless of the claims that Horne attended the Dukes-Welch afternoon, and a stirring evening thanks for tho many George Che hler. Ii I

are made for various 'cure alia', wedding in Lake Butler Sunday message by Dr. S. B. Higgins of( .. ,_ .J d/ 1ii".
,';'lth.' the annual high point In and never cool off by sitting in a there la at present no real known night. They were also guests at Columbus, Ohio, Field Secretaryof 1 I
of common colds draft specific cure for the common the reception at the, home of the the N.L.E.A.. Miss Mae Wan I 1 1I,
number or directly In 'front of an I
regularly In the late fall' cold" Dr. Fraser declared. "Dur bride the former Miss Annie and Gordon Purdy of Keystone ,
ring,, Dr., Robert A. Fraser, electric fan. Finally, If there lean fng the past few years serum ,Ruth Welch. Miss Barbara Horne Heights sang a duet '"He Lifted h!
1.f on Medical Director of .the epidemic of colds In your treatment and vaccine have been served at the punch bowl. Me." and Leonard Noegel sanga NOW C MD F i
York Life Insurance Corny vicinity, avoid large crowded used to great extent and while' Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Aldermanhad solo, "Down Deep In the Sea." ,

offers ten rules that will meetings in the home quaran- these treatments do aid some peo as their New: ,Tear's guests Dr. And Mrs. Higgins are guestsat .
men, women. and children tine cold sufferers, particularly if ple and confer short *time Immunity -Mr. Alderman's' mother Mrs. Q the Prophet's Room In the .
this widespread malady. there are children or old people on some individuals, as a W. Alderman and also Mr. and Tabernacle; and he'addressed the
id .
| are: around. The 'Infection of children general rule they ar not effec- Mrs. L. A. Canova and three sons, local L.K.A. Club Monday night.
y all of Starke; Dr.; and Mrs. S. P. The Rev. O. I. Gulbranson, a
of,sleep, fresh air and aged people Is the cause tive."Irradiation
Get plenty. of excess mortalityin these with ultravioletrays Vandlviere and son, Pitner, of Bay missionary to the Philippines, and MCLEAN ER
sunshine the, nourlshing\\ food groups." has some value, but It la also Pines; and Mr. and Mrs Carl :. Mrs. Ethel Bell of French West tl '
Eat all doubtful that It benefits in Alderman and sons of Baltimore, Africa will speak and show pictures
need, but volcj ,overeating.. Colds-A Costly Enigma the majority of case'*. The use Md. of their Mission work Tues +.w '!nOn I
Dress ,sensibly and,.,wits, re- The United States Public Health of cod liver oil in-various( \ forma is John A. Guy Dean of Men at 'day and Wednesday of next week. I i: 'j
[il,I to the climate. Service estimates a direct economic advibed by some physicians and Illinois Wesleyan University, See notice elsewhere In this Issue. Washington St. Starke Fla. :
i. If you get ;wet, change- loss of more than half a billion to children this remedy does seem Bloomlngtoh, Ill. was the recent Special speakers will be coming rt! i
| 'clothing as soon as possible. dollars yearly because of the to have some effect." guest of his mother, Mrs. J. T. from time to time now and a I
Breathe through'your.. nose, common cold, the average worker What To Do Guy.Recent series of regular 'meetings will "Dry Cleaning At ItsBest' l'l'I'
I your mouth. loses from three to five working The best thing to do, Dr. visitors of Mrs. Ida be held soon.Christian. ,
"Cleanliness' to'next to'godll- days per year. "But." says Dr. Fraser feels, 1.. to go to bed Justas Maxwell| were Mr. 'and Mrs. Al 1,
i." Bathe dally." Fraser, "In spite of the fact that soon as you feel a eold coming fred Lelsemeyer, of Dothan, Ala? Church I
Avoid constipation., much time and money'have been on and Isolate yourself from the( Maxwell Fletcher, of Quincy, and .. LF
Get outdoor exercise every spent In studying the cause and rest of the family aa much as Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and I The Rev. Bill' Stroup, of Mon- '
Long walks are excellent. core of colds, authorities daughter of Jacksonville. Friends II
agreeon possible. Rest Is more Importantthan roetown, Pa., arrived In Starke
Avoid sudden changes. of very few''' points, and the results medicine. Take a hot bath will be glad to learn that Mrs. Wednesday to complete plans for THROUGH OUR MANY YEARS : \

pers ture", .. ; of widely scattered experiments and then get into bed with plenty; Maxwell is improving after several the two weeks of revival meetings PRACTICAl. 4
away from people full of contradictions. weeks' Illness.
o i Keep are: of lovers.! Drink freely of water which' will begin Sunday ,
e colds. "For Instance moat' observers and fruit Juices. A mild laxative Mr: and Mrs. :J. L. Williams morning at 11 o'clock in tr* First TRAINING WE ARE ABLETO t,,: J
"t POPS ,Without saying." Dr. today regard the cold as caused la advisable and the diet should spent last weekend In Lawtey; Christian Church. ; :
er I' Ids. 'Hhat those .with by infection; from a filterable be light and simple during the with their son-in-law and daughter Services will be held every night OFFER A SERVICE OF THE VERY S
must use handkerchiefs virus, even 'though the actual or- actual stage. Don't prescribe Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durbin. during the revival beginning at I
In sneezing" coughing or ex- ganism has not as yet. been dis medicine for yourself. See'your Ed'Gllmore of. Dade City wasa 7:30: o'clock, And special music HIGHEST QUALITY. ,1
orating to avoid infecting covered. Others studying the doctor and let him do it. He guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs will be featured! each night. The ,1''
Era. I question however believe that know far more about'It than you Marvin Eiland. public Is cordially Invited to attend \
creating lowers resistance,, chilling of the body lowers the or your friends Mr. and Mr* Olin Hicks ot the meetings. ft j ,'
!ng the Individual more sus- surface temperature, of the mucous "In the case of children. Jacksonville were weekend visitors Sunday School will be held as I ,
tlble to colds If you have membranes of the pharynx, Fraser says "by all means con of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow usual each ,Sunday morning at f'I 4
iculty In breathing properly, resulting in lowered resistance of; suit the family physician prompt- Hicks. 10 o'clock but the revival services We Invite Your Inspection : '
your doctor promptly: your those membranes, permitting infection ly. Many diseases of childhood< Mr. and Mrs. J0.; Lamoreauxhad will replace the mid-week .1:,
mils, adenoids, sinuses or teeth I by bacteria normally pres are 'ushered 'In with symptom as their. guests last week prayer service January 39 and '
need attention. Don't go I ent.A, third group states that a resembling those of the common Mrs. Wilma Medlock and daugh- 22. Of Our New, Modern Plant
|m y a hot room Out into the I disturbance of the regulation of cold.' Sniffling or running of the ter Marilyn, cf Jacksonville.B. 1\
tl without suitable protection I, the heat of the body Is a causative nose,' complaint of sore throat Y. Saxon was a recent visitor ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL

endemic or It may be epl-, factor. slight fever these are symptoms to Pompano. Services for the next five Sundays I
nlc. ,It usually follows: lines "Nevertheless, it has not been which many parents attempt to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lester have at St., Mark's Episcopal i d
proven that changes in humidity, treat as a cold when It Is a fact returned after a holiday trip to Church will be conducted by t
air, temperature or barometric that the doctor might note themas their former home In New Orleans Archdeacon Joseph Anastasl ol
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La.Lynn .
pressure have any great effect on the early Indications of a serious Newark N. J.' All members of HARLEY STRONG q
J. C. GERVAIS Hall of Dasher Ga. spent "
the average Individual and it is Infectious disease- New Year's the congregation and friends of f
General a well known fact that groups of: "But above all," Dr Fraser Day with relatives the church are cordially Invitedto
Individuals may remain free from said "letme emphasize again the here.Mr. attend BEATS CONGRESS
colds if Isolated from their fel- necessity of rest In bed and seclusion and Mrs. H. D. May and
Blacksmith.Body low human beings, but are at- from the rest of the family Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May attendedthe CARD OP THANKSWe "
tecked when contact is resumed." until the cold hal disap- barbecue on Silver Lake NewYear' wish to express our heart TO THE 'DRAWDue i!
Buildm"gand Dr. Fraser thinks therefore, peared." Day given by Walter S. felt appreciation to our many
Sibley, real estate promoter;
kind sand neighbors who
that the cold,
,RepairsCor. I how common It Is caused, regardlessI must be ., e e e e e e e e e Mr. and Mrs Gordon Wads- were so kind and helpful to us 4, rl
worth. :Jr., and children, of Wai- during the illness and death of
Infective to the action pending: in the 80th
'''Broad & Center'' looked upon as an f
that in virul- Hampton do, were visiting\ here Wednesdayof our beloved husband and father, ,
|Old Colley,Shop Starke I ence agency from time may to,vary time. It may last week.Methodist. J. D. Che hler. We also acknow- Congress reducing the Excise Tax on Jewelry I
By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney
of,travel, and it- is communicable I e e e e a e e e e Church from 20 per cent to 10, per cent: ef 4!

WATCH PARTY fective July let, we, have already taken '
The Rev.. W., :J. Church well, PIES & CAKES
BEST'' IN The young people's Training \
FOR THE pastor of the Methodist Church
t action on thin issue. :
Union enjoyed a delightful get None are better
will speak Sunday morning Jan. "

Fresh M L ,C: ATS Cured I Eve Mrs.together for C. -a at C.watch the Tidwell home party., New of Mr.-Year-;and tonalities"12, at 11 a.. m.-on Jesus'."Creative said" "Ye Per are 'than I ''Ye.! have* decided to:' absorb; thl' -"- i\11, :I'

the light of the world" This I II
-- .. ,Interesting quiz games and animated pending 10 per cent tax.on. all 1J I
SEECDCAi the second Sunday in the great {
r commentation on various Crusade for Christ program in Lappe Bakerymakes Jewelry In our store. t'
the main diversionand
subjects were
Stewardship, the 'time when the
) BROS.-? assorted at a late cookies hour hot were chocolateand servec lalety of the church steps for-, So NOW you need not hesitate to buy at f.; I

STARKE, ICE CO. young Following folks refreshments attended a watch the ward minute in talk the will program.be given A three by a CAKES MADE I TO ORDER the same prices which*you WillPa1', ;\''firf fi iterJ :;'1; :

WHOLESALE service at the Baptist Church. layman Evangelistic on "The singing Great Refusal"and message July" 1st when this law officially: ,goesin' : '; r l, : '
Out of town guests Included!
at 7:30: pay Young people
to effect.
the Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Scott '
meet at 6:30.: Prayer and Praise EXPERTSERVICE ; :i
and Jr., of
| EARN While You, LEARN to FlY Starke LeRoy; Corbin Norman and Gene Carnellof Ject service: "The Wednesday Challenge at of 7:30.ChrlltlanStewardship" Sub- We Invite'' your patronage: now, as' 11.; 'II:

Ormond; and Miss Ruth Sib- d
ley of Theressa. ,. in the past, on fine Jewelry gifts, ,
On G. I. BILL RIGHTS A One SCENIC of WALK the most Interesting Baptist Church e repairing, 'etc.: ,y:a1 '(', j

walks that one can take, and The Sunday School of the I ISIlOP.AND

right near home too. If from First Baptist Church, meets- at e SAVE AT :a": : !
Hampton to Graham passing 0:45: for the lesson "Jesus' Authority -
New, PIPER CUBS beautiful Lake Hampton Contributing in Home and Church." 'a r 1'' I
to the beauty and bliss continuation of the study of the & .
being usedin Is a light breeze' blowing across life of Christ from,the Gospel cf ;
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the lake, the stillness of the air John. Harley F. Strong ',,
the and the magnificent pines along ; "Jonah and GOd/. the messageto Chas C.
program" .-...-......- '----.:-..... the road which, make a gorgeous '" ,be brought at the .11 a. m. The Finest Jewelry Store' In Starke 1'1 ; I
right to behold. worship hour. Is ene in a series ShepherdAt GIFT IIEADQUARTERS ; ,1 lli1
Instructions ll
Certified Ground School Class Dr. and Mrs. E. H. -Sharer took of messages "January Studies of 1 1I
Service Station Camp BUndlng Jeweler Since 1941 : f
Given by Certified Ground School Instructor. that walk the other day and they Jonah", an examination& of the Gay's ,
Certified Flight Instructor both enjoyed It Immensely, they personality of a man of God as I ',,' {J
report. recorded in the Word of God, ,
and Flight I
Approved Primary
Federal .
The Shafer's hall from Slate being presented by the Pastor,
School Certificate No. 5650 vllle. Pa., and are In Hampton to Rev. L. D. Haines BC sw
establish a laboratory for the Training Union meets at 6:19:
For Information please phone Conway at Iii manufacture of various productsfor for the discussion "The Book of w MISSIONARIES'i ''
at 32 wall paper and paint con God's Will", another lesson under
or Libby cerns. The business name of the the Theme for January "The
Shafer's new company la E. S. Book of the Knowledge of God." COMING i; f

CONWAY-LIBB U-FLY-IT SERVICEP. Laboratories. She Is a former The Happy Hour.at 7:30: again ,
Starke. Fla. nurse, and during the war was rings an evangelistic message by 'S' I}
O. Box 303
for Incurables the Pastor. ,
supervisor of the Hospital
In New' York. At present Mid-week prayer service will ?k TUESDAY andWEDNESDAY
the couple are occupying be held at 7:30 on Wednesday.
Just 'Received appartments at the residence of A cordial invitation is extendedto ;' i Fij

Mrs. J. H. Saxon. vices.all to worship'"at these ser : .'

Ladies' New I RAYON HOSE PICTURE presentation POSTPONEDThe of the religious i At The TabernacleHighlight JANUARY !f

Guage 42 .. .. 85e Pair motion' picture "The ProdigalSon l'
,", previously scheduled to be I of the week at the
14th 1'raY and 15th
January 10 has
shown Friday.
''Girl'aDRESSES.NEW Gospel Tabernacle ,was a surprise ,:
until Friday night.
been postponed New Year's picnic for the child
Sizes .2 'to 6 -. 1.35 Each January 24. The movie will Metho-be ren's hour group at Lake Navarre !Mrs. Ethel G. Ball '
I projected in the Hampton
near Hampton after the meetingat
Girl'DRESSES.NEW ; diet Church., the Chapel Wednesday after- Mr. Gulbransen

Parker and noon. The young people rode out
Mr. and :Mrs. Onard
Sizes 6 to 12. 1.75 Each ton Buford left last week fordomestead to the lake and were served a "A story of hope and dmtpaJr.. of gaiety and tragedy, wa told by Mrs. Ethel O. Ball 49 ha +
Chicken supper at sundown.' A
will re '
[ladies' New Aprons, All Sizes 75c ea. side.Green they time of' Christian fellowship was mlmUonarj and her two children, Mary 14, and Robert II, who drifted from 19 to 20

McRae of Quitmut Ga. I enjoyed. day on a tiny raft shared by' 14 others after the steamship bringing them home from
has spent several days here with I Miss :Marvella 'Matheny returned f *-
Girl's Aprons"New 40c Each his brother R. G. McRae. I' to her studies at Florida Africa had tx-en torpedoed."-Il."ar the ,balance of thin. story 'at the Gospel Tabernacle
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins Bible Institute last Sunday after .
and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Johns the Christina vacation at home Tuesday or Wednesday.Mr. .
Girl's New OVERCOATS were In Folkston Ga., last Friday.S W. M. i Parker left Saturday for

Sizes 8 to 16 ,_ .. 4.95 EachGirl's 1-c and. :Mrs. Joseph Mc- the Veterans' Hospital'- Lake Gulbranxen sailed for the Philippine In 1939. Upon arriving on the field he wentto
Kowen of Charleston, S. C., have City where he wlll undergo
returned to their home followinga treatment. Join Nulu t,V,study Arabic, but' after two month, wan transferred to Zanihoanga City. .
New week's visit here with her Saturday night Gene Carnell
Sizes 3 to 6 '- -.. v 3.93 EeachNick's father H. C. Greene and her sister of Ormond led the Youth MeetIng Later Mr. GnlbranHen served In Manila, and there "prlnoners were starved until deaths tx!

Mrs., W. A .Sa on, Jr. most successfully. It was' inspiring occurred at. the rate of ten per day' when the American. Cavalry delivered 3700 prisoner '
'Dick May of Jacksonville spent to hear 'the young peo- 1.
House the weekend at his horn here. ilea' New Yeah testimonies and of w..." t
[ Bargain Miss Joyce Beale wo a recent the musical quiz conducted by i

visitor,to, Dundee.Mr. Corbin Carnell and Edna Hoe.el.Sunday .
TWO BLOCKS FROM BUS STATION, and Mrs. Wiley Winiam..* was a day' of realblessing Hear Their Thrilling Stories At The Gospel Tabernacle.
beginning with a message
son and family have returned following y Ys'
,NORTH.ON ROAD 13 visit with relatives ta by R. J. Gome at the 11

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Girl Scouts Begin the regular Girl Scout meeting Mrs. W. O. Rimes /Two County Boards Reorganize For Year; '
afternoon held In the

Collection of PaperA church Wednesday center' building: on Church Laid To ,Rest In Donate Funds To Memorial Library' Project Sell Your TIMBER NOW[! ':

I treet During the recreational New River CemeterYMrs. .- -' --
total donation of
and The returning $600 was
old be-
drive to collect papers period games Were played
magazines will be begun by the tween two teams and "B" team W. O. Rimes, 49, died at the Board of County 'for' aid In the con truc- '
of the Woman Club's Prices
ers began the new year's pro- Highest Paid
was victor. her home In Brooker Tuesday
Staike Girl Scouts Wednesday
Tuesday with a session Memorial Library, to pro-I ,
members of the troop and 31 after a short 111-
will make effort All < December tlia '
i The girls every largely ,to purposes of adequate facilities for
to attend the _.
are ne
to canvass each home In the city, parents tion. M. O. Harrell was collection of more 'than =
1 meeting next Wednesday at 3:30: Funeral services were held volumes and the addi-
ed chat and T C. ,
rman, many
:; but anyone with papers or magazines o'clock P. M. In the church Center Thursday afternoon, January 2, at volumes which"will be add- WILL BUY IN BULK
,}; to donate to the drive who at which time plna and stars will 3 o'clock In the. Brooker Baptist tain was made chairman ,

\ Is not called upon 4s requested be awarded. A special contest will Church with the Rev.:C. A. Crosby ,.wIth each to serve for the library's' completion. OR BYTHE .UNITEDWIN

;, to write his name and address also begin at this, meeting. pastor of the church, officiat R. A. Green as county for Crawford made a .. .
appropriation, and
upon a postcard and mall It to Alice Lappe, Scribe. Dr. W. B. Parks as --- "'
ink, assisted by the Rev. O. E. moved ,
to raise the
8 ( Starke and the contribution sician and library
box or 201 Palatka. Burial Earnest!; Byrd
" of I
I will be promptly col The sanctity of marriage and McGauley house Janitor, were monthly allottment from
In the New River cemetery : W..PECK
lected. the family relation are the foundations was term of one to $25 a .month, providing "
The Thompson-WilUama$ Funeral ;
made' at of our American life. on the ,ftrst.Monday In De
The drive plans wer meeting E. Li: ;
I Home of Gainesville- was in chargeof I Starke, and :Mr. 1947 the total for the ,12 P. O. Box 463 -. 'Gainesville, }'Ia.
--- '
\. ... = arrangements would be payable! in one
Pall boar ra were Fred Hazen terms.Hampton, began. new I of $300. The motion Send fife A, Postcard

/ Malcolm Clyde Cone Harrell!,. ,Kverette,and. H. Crosby.Galney In the final, meeting ; unanimously-carried.. ,m ? And I Will Come ,To See ,YouEverybranch

Honorary pall bearers were Harmon I preceding board, held S. i Norman was) re-elected

'llA A W d;I' Morgan Eeland: Br wn, L. L. .favorable action was made of the School Board -

, I >. Parker J. K., Douglaa. Ralph proposed erection. of a new in the roup's meeting

' j Hazen, ,Gilbert Fay, J. W. Jail, following a purposes Tues

: I --t Thomas' Eldon Hardy, Tyler garding the State's ,

Materials of all types and Jones, and Resale Colson.. with Jesse E. Creech, business of the preced- ._ of,

1 Rimes Is survived ,her Supervisor of Prison and brought before the
colors, cottons, rayons, and Mrs., by year
husband, W, O. Rimes; two Construction. Upon (' on Monday featured ap INSURANCECONSTANT

t woolens. Simplicity daughters, Mrs. Claude V. Smith vote the Board of a $500: appropriation to ,

gi! patterns in stock to suit and Mrs. Frank Tinney, both of clerk to contact James '* Club for>use in the

Frederick, Md., a son, William Rogers III, architect of of a Memorial Pub-

.1'' your sewing needs: Also Martin Rimes of Brooker; four Park,_ requesting him to The"donation was ] LIABFLtlY I

J I embroidery transfers. brothers, David, L. R., O. E., and with the Commissioners Wolfe.'A as a contribution' toward: ..
A. It. Green Jr., all of Brooker; ruary 3. to consider 3000 needed to. begin the 1- '

I CHEESECLOTH for Agricultural and three staters.' Mrs. E. J. plans for the jaWs, 'con construction this, winter. ': 50 TEARS __THEFT'_

Lewis and Mrs. 'I' W. of
i Purpose-T-Tobacco & Seed Beds .,. Markey .
Brooker, and :$trs. R. K. Dukes BHS Cagers Open Double-Header' \

; I EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY at the of Lake Butler: '
"\ Mrs. Rimes was born Minnie Against:.Waldo In Next Tuesday H. 'C. WALL AGENCY FIRE'I
Lee Green on October 17, 1897, ,

C"T'AT1'MiIt in Bradford County, and was the A double-header with 'and Wells and Douglas or

daughter of the late Allen Lesley Tuesday,' January 14, at,guard. Please Phone 146 LIFECLASSIFIED' __ _
: and Josephine Parrish Green. opening of the local of 12 lassies under the

She lived in this county all of. season with the BHS of Mrs. Mary Freeman
her life. In 1918 she united with girls' teams engaging their represent the school's first -

the New River Baptist Church. bors to the 'atouth In what into feminine competition

I and later with the Brooker Baptist lies to be acouple of the' beginning of the war

Church, where she was a contests. .. It Is reported that early '

.. Sunday Schoolteacher' until her A second twin billing : beginning the latter .

passing1. the local court follows of November. has revealed

: SECOND SEMESTER ENROLLMENT On November 9, 1920, she was -chua on Friday, January I amount of talent.
WANTED-Lowest price on horn FOR SALE OR RENT-AnjekUrlll
Joined in marriage to William Although after-school : ,
showing should go far and' 4 'to 60 aohes of land cor. Thompson &: lied!
In VOICE; PIANO & HARMONY Oscar Rimes, who was reared ties have required two II the as yet untried abl f... chicken farm with sts. Starke,. This Is' chance !

". near Lake Butler. In addition to guards Padgett anad prospects for the season. and from lights Htarke not on more hard than road.15' .ult-I someone bargain. If. Building you're looking aRdor lot I

;, the children that. survive her, Mr. I be released froin'the squad i of the girl's squad pay mo.h'ln full on tures. Apply Nick' Par,.
: and Mrs. Rimes had a fourth "Shad" Bryant,has hopes I forwards Alma Thomas warranted d.ed. Writ. H. R. :House Starke. 4tp i,
I Beginners or Advanced J Mcintosh,. Hayesvllle, N.' C.
child a son that-died in Infancy.Mrs. 'win over the visitors.' Neel, Sally Ambrose, Patsy : atp 1-10 HOUSE], FOR SALE!-FurnlahM .

Rimes was a well known 'It inexperienced! material Eva Mae T r 1 eat, Pauline unfurnished. Mix room., well I.
and beloved mem'ber of Brooker been noted In': FOR SALE-Farm or Summer home cated gas heat, reasonable. Wr
dally pr and Blanche Nasworthy; sites I apple orchard "world's P. O. Box 718. Starke, Fla. i
: URSULA BARNES and was prominent for her church sions, and It is believed Betty Wolfe, Margie Man- flneat .'fruit* on Chatuga Lake

and social activities.Engineering first-string combination Is Jean Pollock, Georgia 166 miles around on water line.Flne..t PROPERTY FOR HALE
3:30 P.. M. .- Week Days Only fishing. In western N. C. 83H acre farm with four roe
Ing up effectively. Jerry :Merritt and Merry Good .roads, dally mall, purest house, 12 acres bearing pea
freestone water Ice cold In tb.hotte.t :Jdf
probable starters are trees within t i of pin
U.S.O. Building Temple Avenue .Firm days of summer., Thousands highway. One mile from Depot I
HI forward, Vance or; Manassa will begin at 7:30 p. m. ot ,feet above sea-level In Starke. Price ,8' 00.00
Adds New'Building second forwar/4, 'position, Armory Court. the land. of the,skies where'..you See WDj Wsjlsjvnjgst. Jr.
i can make your dreams' oome- true BrokerP --
iln the play. grounds of Dixie. ..
>o 1S4 Star
Approximately 1600 square feet Write,*!, R. Mcintosh, tiayesvllle.
of floor space will be added to Having* Trouble Getting Soap? ;. Take A Tip 1 ,K> C.*"'_"'", stp i.id:1 FOR; 8..tLJI-8tor.: building AlaI lit'p.Lr
BlindingOat B
pAIhi(1 Sun. Mon. -'Tues. the storage Engineering facilities Company of the ,Bradford with\ From Grandma: And Make Your Own at Home LIST>TOIJR FABM.'CITY.,AND I I I borne' .. Make isU, celled best *offer.with AL8 ilmfork.

Jan. 12 14
13 eleotrloAmerican meat aw ai
; the completion/ a new concrete If ,you,are fitvjrts trouble get fat "of fen 'teslt tance to a' poo'n. vrnlfa.lff:. nn*>l..* Av8."rood flond
ki FLA.I Also Comedy & News block structure at Cherry and ting tlon-.r.; : '.A.: Brooks",, Fhona'),,8f
Jackson Streets. goap/these days or: paying Add 'the ,cooled lye solution. tope Green .f'ove Springrll., ,
higher pricesfor-H t ;when you can grease in a small, steady I 'k STROUT BLI.I1 RRALKSTATB f !
Owner :Maurice Edwards Jr. : ==
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get It. you should. have a talk stream wUh slow even stirring. ;
NO ;' said the building will replace an Qr.at..s advertise. .f eouu4 -
INlTRrmN6.QIlSAOY! with '
warehouse and your grandmother. She Pouring the lye too fast or stirring rr property. Has sand* over M&IAIMEARON
Inadequate serve knew how to make her own soap too vigorously is apt to tt.OOO ..I..f Homes-Farms_
t for storage o( building materials. Aeream). Bayem fr*>s all over <"
The ttortlinQ of mind like Know ow'to
that lost make
story a The structure'will be fronted by you pancakes -: cause a separation of ingredients. World. Free OleO pl.il.g.E. ,

.itself i:;.''ot.a m n who couldVr forget the firms main offices, situated and without much bother.! Continue the -stirringuntil the .A.STBOUT REALTY AGENCY .

ldu ,:couldn't"" rtmember a KILLING..L, .: v" directly. on Cherry street here, But U,,if Just,she about 4"Cesn't the'remember way she, syrupy mixture then becomes pour It into thick a mold.and F.Represented C. IIOIXINGSWORTII Locally By GIFTED. PALMIST
', "" Construction will be completedby ,
.....-:: made it and "the way ,you can A wooden or heavy cardboard box 116 So. Walnut St. AND
.4 :t:;: approximately February .1, It make, it today tat the cost of a lined, with a damp cloth la best. PSYCHIC MEDIUM

PAT 'CiAiuI H..n was announced. ,' cent or two a cake. AD you needIs Cover this with a blanket or car- I MATTRESSES: of all kinds renovated .

O'BRIEN ."TREVOR MARSHALL a can of,good quality lye and pet and let it set in a warm room : furniture upho'.t.redand

: Recent BirthsMr. six pounds of' *clean, grease lardor for several days, then cut it up reflnlshed.HASTINGS MATTRESS Drop us .CO a ._koa rct., ROUTE 17

/ tallow. into the size cakes you want. Age ISO, Palatka. Fla. &rNIIURANCSI OPPOSITE. FARM MKT.
and Mrs. B. J. Kggers of Slowly the contents of 10 PALATKA FLA.
I'IM6-II" empty days or two weeks. ,,
writ al1l1n. fire,
Starke announce the arrival of ;
the lye can into'two' and a' halfpints One Important thing-your fat automobile, liability; and life
a son born December 23 at St; See ....-for Insurance .needs.
of cold :your
-I lAY COLLJN$ WALLACI VOID ClAN HAIINI water an enamelware must be clean. Salt and other
Vincent's N. D. Walnwrlvht, Jr., lit East
_bV__ w_...__S.._..d..._ Hospital In Jacksonville. or iron yessel (never use I Impurities" an' be removed by Call street. Phone 164. tf NOTICBl-If you wantr a C.I'l *
-=- Mrs. Eggers will be remembered or a aeptlo tank fixed or Inmu(
aluminum ware). Stir until the the :
as the former Miss Dorothy Norman boiling grease in water and FOR SALE-On. hot water heater,I ed; a sewer pipe line pot In: ;
lye is dissolved.! It win heat up. skimming It off the top after it 62 fallen Weatlnvhousa. .electrl an outside privy built: let mi j
Then let It cool; to room temperature cools. The from automatic. Good condition. 8S1 W. the job-for you." Call for L. KOrlbbs.
--L you get >
T I Call 1iIt.- Stark.. Fla. tf the itanttnu-y man
The TELEGRAPH, baa Just received (about 70 degrees). > this recipe will be suitable for Carl, Rltch'S plumbing P110)

new pre-war quality REAL Then melt the'sl" pounds of fat toilet, dish washIng or laundry AUTOMOBILE AUCTION-If you'retirid phone .'191_ 'or write box i'1Starke. 'I<
and,let It cool sufficiently that If of waiting on a new car
rubber bands. Plenty of so use. desired it can be perfumed over .
-t-r-o-t-c-h and a nap and you can hold ')our band! in It or colored. This mixture \Vt.f.o; :3mo .m.brn1J FOR RENT -i On. 4-room unto
(about 100 ) or until thee!! makes about nine our .past...1... Also w. will sell nlshed apartment private >bill'
strength. Four sizes at <49o per degrees; pounds of soap. your ca.. truck.. traotor.: trailer ALSO on. I-room. furnM"'
quarter-pound box.A real bargain.. I or any other -automotive vehicle apartment. -Reasonable 208 Ea'
for you. Sale starts 1 p. m. Madison St. It (Hi
1w Knight ,Entries L. W. Koch FiguresIn every Wednesday at. Gainesville
Livestock Market. tf LOST_A dark brown' leather kr
Take Honors In Arcadia cane, 8-,,nap. fasteners, contains
W.C..T. u. Big Deal ,
_____ FOR 8AL1I--1-b.dr..om! house SW II keys.* Return to newspaper 01
--p -p------_ -_ ... '
New' Year' cor. 8. Bay: St., Starke. Excellent flee and .receive reward.1 I'
Papa Hog wandered downto RacesAn L. W. Koch, Starke druggist, condition occupied by owpev until -
the brewery, sand found :a enthusiastic figured last week In' the largest I recently.lot. For .Attractive Information con..en'I.nt write- FOR bedroom RENT-Furnl.hed, cabin all l I.n"rr'
holiday heater .
t TAKECARE big puddle of beer gath C. J .Devlin. 11" Cypress, acm.vill. .. gas
spur that improved real estate deal to take .. tel 14HJ.T; Apply side entrance at 321 T ering of horse lovers witnessed or tf '
had been
poured out. Wheu place' in Arcadia since the boom pie ave., or phone 181.

he staggered home. :Mama Hog New Tear's Day: program'or 10 days of 1925. The Koch Investment .FOR SALfU-Two homes. One e- FOR SALK--Large roll-top d"

met him and quickly shunted races at the track parallel to Company composed ,of Mr. room frame, one' 6-room cementbloeavOBX and chair and large bnttl f>
Of Your htm around the barn, out of >tii! have 'all modernconvcnfeMesT heater. Apply side .entrant I;
LIVESTOCK Highway' 230 east of Can Koch and his son William '
of Street Koch, In, city.. -Term Temple ave...or,'phone I HI.
sight the baby Pig. With The meet, supervised: by Frazier of Arcadia.' purchased the Post Contact Mrs. A. M. Hlxon, up
a furious grunt she exclaimed: Office Arcade in .Arcadia stair' Dixie. Cafe, 703 N. Temple. FOR SALE c' *- O". heavy facto-'.
"You shameless thtrifc Whatdo Shaw, H. A. Lawson and Ludan: : a 2tp 1-17 built 2-wheel trailer. ch...p '
I structure built in Florida boom I _.h. .See Pate Oassett. ''
For Increased ; you mean by making such Conner, saw top prize money go days at a cost of $100,000.. ;FOR RENT-.Jaedroom by week or
a human being of ;yourself before to the entries of' Will Knight of month. Innersprlns mattress, FOR RENT- Two 8-room mod r
the children?" The Interior of the building will feather pillow, hot *. cold water apartments.., Adult 5. ClarlBrookslde !
GOOD Green Cove, Springs. Prizes on be remodeled and the name changed 'close In. Phone 164-W St l4 Farms, East 1Jstreet.
BUSINESS Copied Stark'
PROFITS*, .v From December QUOTE.) the various races averaged $2V! to the Medical Arts Building. FOR SALE!!-1500 ft. tonue and Mr_ _.Carl 1%.-Wynn.miles, from
: $13 and $10. There are' eight store spaces on groove cvpr s.' lurohrLl :x '< *
Four the ground floor and the 24 rooms 1 x S. B.. H. Strickland. 120 W. LOST-.TelloV-mole, black striF
counties! ,wer represented '- foreln
MadlHon. down back left
upstairs will be 'Ztp 1-lt scar on
In the event with horse breederspren.t' converted Into chain and 'halter, weight T50lb -"

We can supply you with KRESO DIP f* from Clay Putnam, and modern apartments. FOR SALE-TO acre farm.. ; 40 Acres .or*. Notify J. B.Stark.Teuton. L*wt''",'

", in gallons half Duval, as well as Bradford. Mr. Koch has, been In the drug under cultivation S bou... George Bapp
: 'gallons (wired .
quarts or business in Starke for electricity).. Nle.atrawb.rry hi'
for the
Another WANTED TOBUY-8econd
program o( In
Saturday patch
pint ,It will rid your stock of LICE, races will be announced at an six years,' coming here from Ar- tion. Near school now and churches.IIroduo- condition man's op,'_LadY'balloon. bicycle.111'." I"J*

TICKS and early date.Odd cadia. Priced reasonableMrs.., JoyceFurch. Rother t care. ,Bradford CountTelegrapbv ,
I Lawtey. pl*. Itp ,, "I

Bradford Schools GOOD JOBS 'FeY rORBER !,
Fellows WentKcatlon
Elect LOST child's
i carry popular brands of bracelet Initial.
Officers For Get State FundsThe GUARD sPECIALISTS Simmons, street.FOR ><
: SCREW WORM KILLERS Year Job Mos. (Ir.d.a I Bay
also Electrician 07 8 ft. 4 :
Installation of J. G. Adkina fifth Installment of 10 Finance Typist-Clerk (13 5. 4 SALE:-Puppies. Make .r*"'
:< spraysand powders containing DDT as monthly from'the Stenographer 113 5, 4. 8 pets for children. '3. Se*
payments I
noble State .
grand for the new term Weather ObeerveT 714 5. 4. 8 .. writ Albert Kruse, Rt 1.
t ti1 featured .the meeting Thursday, Teachers Salary Fund. and the Dental Assistant StS S. iltt Starke,, Fla p

Expert January 2, of May'' Lodge'No., 13 4th installment of ,9 payments Burslcal Aerial Photographer Technician 8(1 140 ft 5,. 4.4x: 8 cw'-
;i1 BicycleRepair FOR
GUNS for SPRAYING Independent from the Foundation Program and many other skills. Qualified BALE:--Goodburner
Order of
Odd Fellow "Jewel"
Fund Army Navy. Marine or Coast Guard city gas range Lorr,1d
were released to the .
:'t *. Presiding' ; i ANIMALS school system ,recenUy.. occupational ctlrle'.f: for I ? Jo bottle gas. .1... L. F...(C jIP'
Whether It's a major operation of Adklos and supporting Of the salary fund. month. or more may now enlist In man> phone a., State Far. __
staff officers tte resrular Army at a frade d.- .
or the. mere tightening of was Deputy received WANTEI>-Man for general fjj
35c each 1330912. including $11- pending upon the' length of your I
Grand furnW
Keene. of the work. board
a bolt can be district em- previous occupational' Room and
;you euro specialty
your 428.57 for
instructional salaries W. E. s -
Oriffl Lawtey
I bicycle will receive bracing Palatka. Waldo, and .erYlee. New high Army pay and J I.tWANTEDLight
and .
I prompt and $1,88058 for transportation.The Ins opportunities for advancement -
careful attention lie.... Gainesville.!' The Gainesville team local quota from the .Foun make an Armycareer more ..Ura.Uv. ..- -
assisted In the work. now than ewer before. Stop work' f"/ ?
Koch Drug Store dation fund used,for supplementtary In and find out the special grade but very: active man 0' IJ'''':
BIGGS & BAKER The lodge Is, fast growing and you will receive und.r this new habits. Small jobs or t"'" .
purposes, was $1.731.33. War tat Wand
the women's organization. the Department regulation. Apply pioyment. WIJI-- wok It'
The two state funds at the II. 8. Army KrcrultlnaHta- board. Reply box 431-A
itt W. Call St. Starke BICYCLE STORE Rebeccas will soon be added asa will provide tlon, 11$ Post. Office
FIa. supporting unit.Harley. approximately $130,000 of G.l n.."III.. 11*. CONSULT R P. ROWJ:[. !spiritO _
125 ,v. Call St. Stacks, Fla I.e. Medium, anHealer.. ?...
F. Strong, I the $214,000 .budgeted for the 'OR RENT' 'Large store.BUlldln"'j. and,County lic.n.... I *aJo. *.
Lodge Reporter. I side entrance ill. 3rd bouse north of Cook'uII;
year.. or phone 18L> Bout .... ....--
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