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 17, 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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, ., and ....."'..lon. that lira t. _.k. .p llr. In Bradford County ..d FLORIDA.F11IU.VV, NUMBER 143
,? whir tlt late .o ..!"....'' .*w.iwpr pattern. H. will ,". Klv.n --- ----,-
_?t rrlB to any what k. 'klnka. rammrat .. ...1... trivial .. wellKnlflraM. .. I '
and. I" .....rt. brine to rahlle. attention
... that o.h.rw...' w..14 .*..... .*. the llirht" .mmmr, d.r. H. Has Oldest
u"rite lor *...* .!...".... and ...U..........* .vrrrr week or k. mar writ ray Deposits City Youngest Berries Bring Growers
., whra the -pint move him. HI. _.....t with tko 'Telirn>.h pr.-
jon that .he ... ."...tlr aS h* .1.._.. sad we sups It pi...... 70.) $50,120.6511.' .

A couple' of farmers were d'sslng -' od to Just'the right level ABOVE Show CityHolding Winners In Fishing ContestBradford During Past Week At $ t

the unusually'mlld winter the top of the cups. 'The bidding ,

favorite topic of 'conversation finally stopped at IW.2B. I look- County's fame for pro- -

ese days) on the (..awtey. berry ed around for the owner of those Its Own ducing skillful fishermen will receive With poorer quality of fruit

tform the"'other''day. crates and was confronted by the statewide recognition on Fire Fires Bullet, reflected In a slight decline in

"We won't have any more cold beaming. countenance of one of Wednesday. Jan. 29, when Dr. M. Injures Lawtey Man prices on the market here Tues 1

either," one of them stoutly our more industrious kolorel far- The first full year "withoutBlending" B. Herlong, 71, and Carl Lamar day and Wednesday, .the fifth !

Intained.. "I saw a couple of mers. was Inevitably reflected -' Johns 12. journey to Jacksonville rr That ordinarily "most peace- week of Bradford County's pre

mble bees in my berry patch And they tell me that many of !in declining adding machine to receive top awards in two able" of household Institutions mature strawberry season saw

terday and that's a sure signat our progressive colored citizensare totals at the end of 1946, but on divisions of the annual contest R the open hearth, hauled off and 4,437 crates sold at an average t (

winter is over:, A bumbled wanting to join the up-and- the whole Starke weathered the sponsored by the Florida Tackle ?al I fired a rifle bullet at a Mr. Star- price of $11.33 to bring growers

never comes ,out unless he's coming Farm Bureau perhaps in post-Camp period in fine style' k Gun Club, of Duval County. ,l ling )last Monday morning. $50,120.65 since Jan. 8.

re he won't get nipped by cold". an auxiliary organization of their losing little of the ground gained To make the occasion even (. t k kI kr Victim of a wound, in the left Berries were described as "rip

The other farmer agreed thatIS own. That Is all to the good, for during, five years of boom business. : more notable Dr. Herlong and arm. Starling went Immediately to ening too fast" because of sum

was an old and,timehonoredgn" if our Bureau Is to reach Its Carl Lamar will receive special 4, +t' t tr Starke and received first aid from mer temperatures prevailing here

peak effectiveness and efficiency, Deposits In the Florida Bankof awards for being the oldest and : a local physician. during the past week, and some

it be Starke at the close of business It Is that the growers were said to be letting II
Sees or no bees, however,.most must 'as all-inclusive as pos youngest [piflxe winners among reported farmer,
ks believe, that Jack Frost may sible. December 31 totaled 2338. the 94,000 competing Florida fish aDr. resident of the Lawtey section, them stay on the bushes a day

11 have a trick or two up his 'e e 62 .93k a decline ,of only 9429.063 ermen. The contest, probably the M was standing before the fireplace, too long before bringing them to

that he hasn't displayed County Commissioner Lawton under 1945's: peak of $2.786,710. outstanding fishing tourney of in readiness for breakfast whena market. A few crates went un-
eve W. B. Sewell, president of the institution A sold here Tuesday and Wednesday '
sharp explosion followed
Those who know Florida Crawford president the Bradford 1946. closed Dec. 31, with results was
Farm described the excellent Immediately by a ragged pain In because they were obviously j
ather remembef that it can Bureau tells ma that officially announced on Jan. 19 I \
are enthusiastic business enjoyed by Starke mer- the muscular part of the arm, too ripe to reach the northern
mighty fast, and ther.1I growers over by club president Jim Murphy.
mge 1 the tricky month ,of, Febru- prospects for 'an excellent\ corn chants during the year of 'con- After a spirited battle In Tank :!: above the elbow. A .22 calibre markets, It was reported. Wed-

yet to go. deal, here this spring and early version as "most gratifying". "It Pond Ocala National Forest Dr. bullet which somehow had found nesday's average dropped slightly

summer Indications are that I Is remarkable that deposits have Herlong last February landed a Its way among the burning wood to'*$10.43 per crate low mark'of

Meanwhile, Bradford ""cotton house- acreage this'year wlIJ"reach'2.0001 held 'up as well in the post-Blan- small-mouth black bass, a I< 12- and ashes had exploded A fragment -. the week but"still a mighty satisfying

es wear their summer --quite a sizeable Increase over ding period," he stated, "and this pound beauty, which, outrankedthe of the shell entered Star- price for the grower.
1 complain that "I$ hasn't even: fact well demonstrates the sound lierlong. ling's arm;and was later removedby
last year's 1,200. If 'there's any- myriad catchy, of thousandsof ..., Average price and approximate
n cold enough" to kill these I thing our Bradford farmers excel financial basis on which this registrants In this division including pcart the doctor.- The injury was shipments from the State Farmer -
ky ants! ,J., county Is now established." not of a serious nature. ,'
eIt's "I at growing (besides'strawberries) tourists from 38 states during the past
it Is corn 'and Market',Manager Postal savings likewise showeda and eight foreign countries. His It Is believed that the bullet week were: '

always amusing4 to ride Ralph Alvarez,oromlsea tnat buy slight decline-from U36. 21 catch is the second largest small- was either swept In, or picked up Thure., Jan. 9? 022 crates O

ng the highway ,through Law- ers will be here to haul it away as in December 1945 to $429,063 in mouth black bass ever recorded In with refuse and thrown onto the 11.35; '

about this time of year andr fast as growers'bring it in. December 1946-but this was still Florida. The record establishedin hearth, with firewood. Fri., Jan. 10, 611 crates & 1 ,
the shrill cries of the
youngs- JLawton tells me that his wife spectacular Improvement over 1932, was a It-pounder from 11.69;

s, white and black, "who"line, U? lii St. Luke's Hospital for Ui40,'the last preBlanding"year, Lake Apopka.Young Sat, Jan. 11, 403 crates 0 j
'of 'road '
en- treatment this week Here's hop- when postal savings totaled only Carl son of City Clerk Rabeck ReadyTo I 11.78;
itlng motorists to, stop forrRAWBERRIESl" Mon., Jan. 13 784 crates
Indeed it ing fho's back home: by. now. $73.000.: 'Bank deposits in 1940 and Mrs.' Carl Johns, crashed J. e were less than half-a million. 11.60;
hard to- see how any driver I through for a unique share of I ; Start Bottling Tues, Jan. 14, 1100 crates @
Something new has, been addedat Thus it Is seen that much of the angler's glory upon hooking an
Id fail to stop,> confronted as 11.13
accumulated here ;
the Starke armory",thla weekin cash reserve 11 pound-eight ounce large mouth
Is with a doubly enticing pic- is sticking. Wed., Jan. IS, 438 crates @
the person of hale and hearty during the war years
Labor while
e, consisting huge red-ripe black bass on Day, Joseph Rabeck. owner of the 10.40.<<:
dford berries, combined with Sgt. Jack Jones (regular army) I Most notable decline during the fishing at Smith Lake with Senator new Cllquot Club Bottling Co., Most
growers expect productionto
winning smiles of who'll be National Guard Instructor past> year was experienced in postal Charley,Johns and Jerome of Starke stated yesterday that slow down "
eagerng during a ..lackperiod"
for the 2nd Bn. 124th Inf. which totaled
salesmen. I receipts only Johns Born time after the he has secured an adequate supply -
Incidentally, for
the next two weeks
nder why one must drive to "I don't suppose you've 'been here 137,460.37 in 1946. as comparedwith catch the boy*' it is reported said of sugar and is ready to until ,
a matures
new crop ) around
wtey to see this .light There long enough to form an opinion $192,716.40 In'' 1945.: when "I don't care whether it's a prizewinner place his plant In operation as February 1 when

as to whether :IOU like Starke or branches of the Starke post of. -I'enjoyed catching it and c soon a.* he can provide an ample peak' output 'I
just as berries I will be reached unless
many grownr a freezeInterf.rss
Starke, but when you pane not'," I remarked In the course flce were stlU,,in operation at I enjoyed eating It." But the ba.IIIIl f flow of water*from a deep well between now and then. I

of a, casual conversation Monday Standing.: '< also proved prize-winner the which Is ;now Ruth y ,
m within a mile north ,or J. H Dulaney Jr.. one of the "
colorful roadside morning."Tovthe. Postmaster F.' F. Stump stated biggest large-mouth caught by entries drilling, Rabeck stated that!'the "" )

esman Lawtey disappear your Are we to contrary,"'j the quicklyrepllecL yesterday, that, the Starke office under le-years of age-a result line >furnished him by the city the lending market buyers.state now operating' he wilt-on
"I don't know when T've will revert to second class status John that
'old.I -
; which was) no surprise Lamar was not Sufficient to meet his '
elude that the toys, remain deal
and"glrls with the tier
met a group of finer1"people than effectiveJuly 1., Jn order .to re- timers who know the lakes of, this needs and he plans to provide his '

Starke those e-are f,Ckwtey'rMt'leesenterp'rlslngn Just a .,I've ,already met Inn,my (first few main,a tint-| .c1U".oU1oe' receipU: I eectfonPrizes! : ... *&/ ;% ''I vllle,...vrhwuaome 500guesta.wUlwltza "own .w i-4JMVpJyfjr.:,: | Rj S,.\$ w4aata"straighttlrroefiy'IR'I\IMr..w.\ ..'qu..Uy.. and w<<,. i
'daysher.,;;. it&s Sergeant:surd. tor''thlf''earw.nt1'lil' haPe''had'to 'be-received January .. tnt Inch well* -
ugbthruwiiwet. ; toY I will awards*.to the 137 y Since th* .season' opened hereIn
ft..n..1 "Why half the town. is helpingme total$4O1900Jie'V' Club contestants. The All, equipment. of the p
rth.,, :-W .: .. 29at the annual banquet In winning prisesare new plant mid-December Bradford growers -
find a place ta 4ve right row. :1J the Roosevelt'Hotel, of Jackson- valued at a total of I10.000/ U .' now, in place and ready for '
: have 1
The other da./ono ofthese ) ,, marketed a total of
their Interest
I genuine Dealers $
Local Auto operation Including a biff bottle I .
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TA fruit for estlraated
ry-boys, a' eKooVdttte-skfnned more than words can.J1tp..I.! washer and soaker with"a 11,4 .crates 1ft an -
with a broad whltsootii. grin, attractive Purchase Transport Welfare' Clients capacltyof gross 'pt $100,089.69,'
Sgt. Jones and hi"" .
.. 120 cases per hour, -bollj
State X 883
de such an appealidg plcttirn wife believe thatStarkqwU1( be -
t I stopped the car and all"ached their home-at least until his retirement James' R. (NgokfeWainwright water filter.,' saturators, carbon: Resident Instructor i iI

him camera' 'In hand. -and perhaps even after and W. E. (Billy) Dowling. youthful Identification cards have been .tore, and! three stainless 'stee I For National j
w about a.picture son ?" ,I that. They'd like! to build, if and new and used car dealers an- In 5 Days HereA tanks. **'
ed. nounced rapid expansion of their issued to all State and' District f
when such a thing Is possible. Mr. Rabeck ,began assembling at Armory ,
No, suh. Colonel Bradford Joins the rest business this week with the pur- welfare board workers a* a:'pro; I

Give you a quirto.if: you'llme of 'Starke in welcoming the chase of 'a "traffic transport" total of 883, Bradford, atudents tection to reclplenta'- of public his has equipment been delayed last in October getting into bu 1st Sgt. Jack B.; Jones, regular j J
which win deliver four Vehicles In and adults, white and colored ,
Army, arrived her last
take It. ,Joneses to our midst. availed themselves' of the assistance against swindlers, Fred- production because of difficulty o f Friday to
No sun." a single load.Wainwrlght. op begin his assignment a* National
erick Burt Chairman of the ,District obtaining sugar. This holdupwas
portunlty for treat chest x-rays -
stated that the
Why note 'It Isn't going .tot Strawberry buyers seemed a bit Guard Instructor for 2nd Battalion t
with the
offered here by the' State Boardof 0 Welfare Board announcedthis overcome however
two-ton '
you." the other morning to transport, pulled by a 124th Inf.
perplexed delivery to him last week of
short wheel base Chevrolet, will Health,January ,3 to 9. week.: With a background of 11 "'
don' know about that. Friend see several crates piled on the 12,000 pounds from The Fellflmere years t
me said a white man took his platform, each one neatly labeled enable the firm to bring two loads Data announced by the County "The District Board has been Sugar Producers Association He In the regular Army, Sgt. Jones' t

ure wunst and then theyed "PEACH".! They lifted the top weekly from Pennsylvania and Health Clinic Indicates a hearten- advised by State Welfare Commissioner believes that future supplies will served In World War II a* a cap '' ;

it in the movies. No /uh.n' .' of 'one. crate, half expecting to I New Jersey. ,Sales of both new ing'response'to. the offer, madeto Leland W. Hiatt that now be adequate to meet his tabs with the 33rd Division In ,..' r.
looken! fruit that made Georgia and used cars, wholesale and retail all persons over '10 year' of New Guinea Morotal, Luzon, and I,;z q
wantmy_picture: find the I persona claiming to be representatives needs. *tMr. .
Is planned for five states It is believed that the State' with occupation forces in } t
S e famous, although their' horsesense age. : of the welfare agency, Rabeck was granted the Japan. ,
would be nothIng South Carolina Alabama Georgia number of portable x-ray unit He was awarded the Silver Star
nd speaking of strawberries In told them it I have been victimizing old-age Cllquot Club franchise a year ago
ectlolwith our 'colored more or less than more Brad- and Texas as well as Florida. It will presentely be Increased providing assistance<< recipient, principally, last December for 10. counties, the Bronze star, the"Purple Heart \ a

idsI am reminded that the ford County strawberries.. The was stated that 'Walnwright for more.frequent exami- In all sections of the State", Mr. Including Bradford, Clay., Marlon, and tha". ,Combat, Infantryman I
die: Dowling car' lot on Temple nations in the and Badge. tt
tits to be 'derived''' from a minor mystery was solved when : early diagnosis Burt said.) "All recipients, for Columbia, Union, Baker, Ollchrlst,
Avenue will serve distribution Sgt. Jones will have his
control of tuberculosis headquarters
'' the owner--JVach Craw- and His franchise ,
llty pack 'of fruit know W up -camo their own protection, should demand Levy Putnam. "
r line For Instance, Monday ford, one of the county's most ex center. The free x-rays were provided to see the Identification originally Included St. Johns ,and In the armory at Starke p : "
feature the
The beet of auto and
lng at the Farmers Market perlenced.be try growers. will af the Lawtey school and the Red cards of such persons, if approached Flagler Counties, but there were may Interviewed there by
transport: Wainwright said men interested In
Cross offices In the local Armory later released by him to Maj. O. becoming a ;, It
and Dulaney were bidding and if doubt still exist
ff-nine, ten and eleven dol- Colonel Bradford 'would like to be "elimination of trouble and Of the total, 840 were examinedIn should consult their welfare'visitor W. Griffin and John W. Dillon of part of the new, enlarged National i ':
who hazard of pulling cars on long Guard. His hours are from 8:30: ; ;
receive letters from readers Starke. St. Augustine. The product for
per crate for most offerings. or the local welfare office. Underno
v came to a stack of six ort care to sound off on any subject trips. The vehicle ordered delivered from Dr. A. Y; Covlngton county circumstances should they sur- these two counties will also! be' a. m. to 4:30: p. m., Monday I!'' '"
Wednesday, was an through Friday '
crates and lifted the top of under the sun. Make 'em short health officer, has announced that render their assistance .checks or bottled in Starke Rabeck s : ;
engineering concern In Dearborn, Itated'i Sgt. Jones, a native of
It was beautifully packed" and send "in care ,of the Tele Michigan. 'those whose examination indicated give money to strangers." Included In the Cllquot cam to Starke from Fort Alabama Jackson ,t 1:" ::1.

t, perfectly matched, and t ll- graph. need for larger x-ray pictures are 14. different bottled drinks. "
Hlatt had advised Mr. Burt S. C. lie was Joined her ,> i
: will be asked to report to the said, that in numerous Instances Rabeck expects to employ from 1"
Tuesday by Mrs. Jones and, :
Passes they
Alvarez Store :
15: to 20 ) when he gets : t
rm Bureau Adds I J. $. &V. L. Starling Clinic on February 1718. _TheClinic's glib[ Imposters claiming' to represent Into production persons and will eventu- have an apartment' at ,the home a : t: \4 E
facilities for
MilestoneJ. diagnosis
53rd own the agency had sought to of T. M. HutcMngs.tapping p
New Members Buy Lawson GroceryJoe will be used: obtain the assistance warrant of ally have a fleet of five trucksto t.. '1.1, ;

M. Alvarez men's store, the service his) 10-county territory. t\ i ,ij
ring Past 'Week S. and Volley L., Starling oldest mercantile- establishment recipients, usually promising thema Herbert Morrison formerly of Project: "
city's Vets Have 2 WeeksTo larger amount the next monthor .; .. :j
operators for .the past year I completed its 53rd successive Inverness and a veteran of World Of Blanding Area
total of 42 hew' members Store at 600 E. 10th Street, !in business last Wednes Reinstate SOEM other alluring benefit. War n, will manage the plant.. I
The number of these fakers has
ived by the Bradford Farm announced this week their pur- To Be Speeded I'
; It ItII.
I PoliciesAlbert increased with economic r I
I E. Lawson day.The Lapsed changed r :
of the former !
eau during the" past two firm was first opened on Wainwright Buys '
I I East Call Street conditions, he said. M. White, head of a survey ,
k. attested, to ,the: county's Grocery on January 15.: 1894 by Joseph M. Lee Crosby, county service Eddie Davis HotelThe concern with contract to make f:. '

ng realization, ,,of the' or- I The new management states Law- Alvarez. lifelong resident of officer, stated yesterday that Legion To MeetA topographical maps over a large ''tit
"We will continue in Mr. Starke, who died last ,March 10. I ''I
zation' effectiveness In serv- lIon' good veterans. have only two weeks In shortage in accommodations area surrounding Camp Blanding. .', ''
policy of providing a It is stated that he never changed for thecity's transients was lessened I this :-
special meeting of the JonesLangfordWhite conferring week with officials : ;
the needs of local in which to reinstate policiesof
growers, grade of meat at the lowest possible the store's basic type of merchandise lapsed
post, American this week with the purchase of the Army Map Service ; !
opinion of1' Bureau,officials I prices and hope to carry a or its 10caUon'at 109 W, 'National Service Life Insurance Legion, has been announced for and re-opening of the Davis in Washington' D. C. '

rvlce to members In recent ,larger variety of fancy groceriesand Call street without physical examina Wednesday, January 22. Hotel by N. D. Wainwrlght. On White' return from the na'L 1'1 y

s has included-JMrders for 40 ,, produce." Mr. Alvares was proprietor until tion. Deadline for reinstatement, I II Business brought before members The hotel on West Call Street tion' capitol, It I Is believed p' t;,
The Starling will maintain operation his death. His grandson. Wil- I was established .her by Eddie details of the wiU be (
els of peanut seed, two which may be made with paYjment will Include proposal for theLegion' survey .x'I.. :
of both Sapp's Store and liam H. (BID) Graham became Davis, of Jacksonville, and hadbeen pedited. It I II stated that most :
ell of chufa seed, 950 pounds The of two monthly' premiums, participation in construction J.Jjt
In 1935. originalframe JI!
the East Call grocery. manager closed since last winter. of the required aerial photography ,
arpet and Bahia grass seed, structure was.fronted with has been ,set for January 31. of the projected community Appointment of Glenn Wood as has been completed during recent 1'1( "i: \ "
age o( Irish,, potato seed and ball diamond. A 7p'
half Machinery J ExpectedAt Its present brick construction in Crosby' urged ex-servicemen to reportwill ,manager, was also announced. week by pilots James. Coughlin i !
of strawberry
: be made regarding suggested
1917. carefully consider advantage of Ms '
Walnwright stated that and Thomas Tobin, flying from 1
A carload of crates- are.ene Plant Soon I reinstatement: 111 addition to obtaining Censorship of a youth's organlza-: 'realty and Insurance) business will their base In Deland. 4
It was stated.accordance'with. I tlon similar to the Teen Town" s
I''A.C.L. to Auction ,i policy without physical be moved from 129 East Call to During the conference with
the stepped- Work was proceedingthis examination, the Insurance provides I of Jacksonville. the building: downstairs vacancy, 'White, map service experts will

mpo of Bureau functions, it Wlnaton-Salem N. C.r In the Salvaged FreightAuction for a lump sum settlement The Legionnaires will assemble last occupied by the Columbia designate area requiring survey '

nounced that for the present disassembly of the Art Display sales will be for any beneficiary named by the at 8 p. m.. at the Legion Hall. Army Store for altitude and other feature .,

ngs will be held at 7:30 p. Company, purchased last month freight Coast Line veteran; the converted policy has The el/which will retain its It I II expected that an Increased t

ach Friday at the Court by Florida Plastic Transfer of to held at warehouse the Atlantic in Jacksonville cash value after one year, and Display New Tags original name for the present has personnel of surveyor will begin t

e. in preference to the pre- all machinery and'equipment salvage 22 the veteran may borrow up to 94 modern furnishings throughout work th* latter part of this month.
and startingat
schedule of sesTonlgafs the local plant winbe made b/ all day Jan 21 I Robert B. Jennings, tag inspector i
percent of the cash value; the with Inner spring mattresses, and with parties assigned In various
with comple- 9:15: a. zn.
meeting will highway transport offered Include a policy baa no hazardous 'occupation for Bradford County asks all connecting tile bath for all rooms. localities of an area extending
of dismantling to
'ght active cooperationwithFarmer's tion of the large task fac- quantity of new furniture, or war clause payment to : motorist to display their new The building Is gas heated. roughly from Duval County to the
Winston-Salem large
Market according the hardware. the beneficiary 'are ,tax exempt. thefo/ Official date for, the re-opening Ocala Forest, and from the St. /
furnishings the
household in place
cretary W, H. Edwards. The tory.The building other groceries and general Information ftp I'din r reinstatement 'tags ,proper is announced for today (Friday). John River to Sampson City.
an has given :wholeheartedrwment Florida Plastics Hour, may be obtained from car a* soon U purchased. The Wainwright stated that the hotel'spolicy Headquarter of the survey will I.
of the work of Ralph on East Call street, L I being placed merchandise.The warehouse is located east the County Bervie office, la the .deadline for purchasing new tap. will' confine available roomsUrg be maintained in the Brown building '

<**, recently-appointed'. !n''complete readiness for .de Riverside vlaJuct. Court wa Jan 15. ly .to transients. on North WalAut.ittui .
of the Houses'e ,
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. . . crlef, Kenneth and Harold Tyus, I :Mr. and Mr. J, A. Bouvler 'Edwards was there tot
Harry James Plays ] Mrs. J. C.', Wallace, Mrs. J. M. were -overnight guests. of Mr and terval during his transfer an b,'I

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH In New Park ,Film State 'Farm ,Hembree P. Williams and of her guest Wewahttchka., Mrs. :J. Mrs.Friday.Cecil, McRae In McIntosh :Honolulu to :Pen' aCOla. Mr.frog*!*
warcls la In
Established 1817B. Harry James, maestro of one .By. Mm.. Bryan e Whttfleld. .e I Mrs J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. W Edgar Tyson of Jacksonville i H. W.; .Perry, Jr.. of service Miami pal''
L. Matthews .__------ -- Editor and Owner of America's most popular swing i N, North. spent the past weekend with :Mr. also present at this family| 11'11I1''
bands; Is given a romantic role BIRTHDAY PARTY BIRTHDAY PARTYIn and :MAB..I, R. H. Tyson. union. w

published' Weekly on FrIday. and Entered M Second CUas Matter for the first time on the screenIn Lovely arrangements of Narcissi celebration of the fifth birthday Mr. and Mrs. L. :F. Chapman Mr; and Mrs. p S. Crows
at the Part Office at Starke. Florida. 20th Century-Pox's gay technicolor calla lilies, and pink roses anniversary of Sandra Wll- had as visitors Sunday Mrs. R, Sunday visitors of Mr ..m! w@ft uT
musical, "Do You Love added to the beauty ofthe, :home llama Mrs. G. E. Crews and Mrs. W Hunter Mrs. Amelia Bredow Johnnie B. Johns at Kingsley vii,
Me," which will be shown at, the of Mr. and' Mrs. J. O. Godwin Oeivln Williams entertained ''a and :Miss "Frttrie" Bredow of
Government Inspection... Park Theatre Sunday, January when they honored their son, Har,,I group' little folk at the home Neptune Beach. loge.The -
19, through Tuesday, January 21. old., with a party the afternoonof of Mrs. Crews Saturday afternoon: Mr.. W.E. Feagle spent Wednesday TELEGRAPH has. ju.t ,. '
.' The government inspection of strawberries in Cast in an alignment which January 9. 1 1 In keeping with their chosen I and Thursday ,In Hllllard celved new pro-war quality KEAI
? \ Bradford County seems to be something that everyone makes him an Int gral part of In the dining room the lace color scheme of' pink and white, as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. rubber ba.d s. Plenty ,
; till now, has done much about the story beyond the familiar covered table was handsomely appointed -I specimen gladioli .and roses,, were Edwards. Mra. Feagle's Visit, at s-t-r-e-t-o-h and ,snitp ?
favors) but no one, up his band and this time' occasioned ; the strength. Four! sizes !
1 duties of leading! and atone end there was placed to advantage In the rooms i was .by at 490 !
r securing.Casual l conversations 'during the past few weeks playing the world's hottest sweetest 'a,cake holding' eight lighted tapers -'I used for the party. The traditional -I fact that her, brother,Robert. B.I I,quarter-pound box.A real bar
alike are con- trumpet. Harry vies with marking the birthday of HarI I cake Wall artistically dec- I
and ,
growers I
: that buyers
have revealed crooner Dick Haymea for the cake Ice .cream was served
would be for) the old, while ,at the other a [orated.
,:, vinced that government inspection' heart of- beautiful Maureen held candles In honor of Mrs. Her I'with slices of the cake to the little '
1 best interest of all concerned. It is too late, perhaps, O'Hara."I bert Ritch of Starke. Mrs. RitchIs honoree and the guests.. Linda INVITATION SPECIALS
f to arrange for this service on the market here this was particularly fortunatein Harold's teacher and her natal Jarfes was the winner of a prize: ; S

year, but with an active group such as the 'Bradford having Gregory Ratoff directme day occurred In January, too. )I In an appropriate'contest. Mrs. ,,- .. _
I Farm Bureau behind the movement, there seems to be for he not only has had In a contest to most nearly .O. B. Thompson and .Mrs. I* A. r PO -
no reason why it cannot be obtained before) another enough experience aa an actor place a carrot In Buggs Bunny's'' Shepherd assisted the hostess In
,18 season rolls around. himself 'to train me in what .he hand, Jane and Henry Richarde,i hospitalities : 'WelnviteYo'uto.S'HO. ,,I' & SAVE
in this county put up wanted, but he has an unusually winners.. After re- .
\w it Is that most growers were prize )
True J. R. Hembree of Ravanel, S. C.
an excellent! pack of berries, but there will always bea keen sense of humor at that'mademe working, 'reshments, consisting of Ice:,arrived Saturday to visit hla son :At'Either of Our Two,Stores
feel perfectly ease t
cake and salted-nuts,
through ignorance or carelessness, cream and Dr. an :"Mrs.
few who, either with him" James said. and daughter-in-law.
served the children enjoyed
bring packs to the market that are below the. high were ),J. M. Hembree.
When asked if that held for out-door games under the direction 600 East And
standard set by their more conscientious neighbors.The his love scenes with Maureen, he of Miss Lila Rae CaldweU. '
careful should not be penalized because of not? Mau- 10th St. E. Call St.Formerly.
grower qulped, "Sure, why APP S' STORE
the unethical tactics of the minority, and le) would not reen'a a seasoned trouper, and be- Jean Other Mundy Invited, Tom and guests Dave Long were, Sightseeing Trips Last Store 4
market provided Federal inspection. sides the script didn't call for on East ; E.Lawson
be if the Butch and Bob Smith;Glen Wood Charter Trips ; !
: With the Farm Bureau becoming more powerful in any torrid love scenes. Even If Edwin Torode, Jr.. Mrs :J. R. I .IF.' .. 4'"" .-
this county every week growers now have a militant It had I'd have done 'all right. Kite and Mrs. Bill Mundy of I Passenger Trips .,. I f" .
h'i' organization that can supply the "drive" to obtain this "After all, who couldn't make Starke.' Spanky McLendon, Ovel-' Large Can No. ,2 CanTomatoes'
and other benefits. It is to be hoped that federal inspection love to Maureen O'Hara?" do and Loedlth Grlffls. June' .

of strawberries will be high on the priority list . '. . Peggy and Frances Caldwell. BIRDSEYE VIEW OF Pea hes19c '
'. of projects to be obtained before another season rolls Clarissa and Andrea Parker, CAMP BLANDING ANDKINGSLEY : 12J/2C c
around. f i Hampton Nancy and. Barbara Bates Billy)I LAKE $2.25
North, Carolyn Crews, Carolyn)I .
: IN CASE OF FIRE '' By M.... M. C. 'Hween y. Bradley, Mary Rivers Stubblns,'i I ''5 lb. Pkg. 5 lb. ;Pkg.Grits .
/ 'e. r 1 e Johnny Ray Godwin, JImmie Mon-,
It is evident that the terrible death toll in the recent -

hotel fires makes revision of many municipal BUILDING SOLDA I See.Starke.; From \ :25c Meal 21c

building codes mandatory. Structural changes must be recent rea.lty'tran.stel' of In- The..Air $1 and up -
effected to prevent the spread of fire from floor to terest here.la that of the old bank J. C. GERVAIS -
floor and through area-ways.. In the meantime, the building on Main .street,' which General 'i J
National Board of Fire Underwriters' repeats a set of was purchased by J. G. Lamor- 10 Ibs. No.-1 Irish 4'lb. Carton JEWELPotatoes

fire safety rules 'for hotel guests which would have eaux; from BY, Saxon. Blacksmith.Body : i '
Conway AirparkLACY
saved lives in Chicago, Atlanta and elsewhere' had they A large cooling system and .- 29c Lard 1.23
been followed. Here they are: freezer unit haa been Installed :
L Upon reaching yourr room locate all means of downstairs, while the upper story ,Building: CONWAY \
rooms are used for rental pur- R. M. STUART
emergency exit. poses. At present, the latterare 'and RepairsCor. No.,2 Can Orange'Blend 8 Oz. L'QE'PLATE'
2. Do not smoke in bed-this is one of the most Mr. and Mrs. Commercial 'FlightInstructors
occupied Roy
by Broad & Center -

prolific 3. If causes you inform detect of the fire.smoke desk.or any evidence of fire Immediately -i Parke COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP Old Colley.Shop Starke Juice lOc MaY o'-' 21c

"4. Close your transom and plan what you will do Hampton started the New Yearof .
1947 with "clean-
a general
if fire strikes. up" of streets and by-ways. After 2 Ibs. Fancy Yellow, 2 lbs Fancy Patna
t 6. In the event of fire, do not open your door if the debris, of 'leaves, twigs and EARN While You :LEARN to :FLY-
it feels hot to the touch. If it is not hot open it unsightly paper and trash were Onions 5c Rice 19c
slightly, bracing it with your foot. Then if the hall- removed from the main, thoroughfares -
way is safe use the planned exit. I the town looked as thoughIts On The G.I BILL of .RIGHTS' \ -
6. If the hallway is not safe, keep the'door closed, face had been lifted. .
and stop up openings and cracks with wet towels,: Joint efforts of the city coun- Any ;Kind .WHITE Gallon

sheets, blankets, mattresses etc. cil, Parent-Teacher Association .
,7fc the window and remain '' it.I and Interested local citizens are for the fol- !
Open slightly near, We are now' Approved, BreadI1c: K.U' .' lOc
for the and .. *
Don't get hysterical: The fire department will reStuyou9iatt.rt ? responsible progress lowing courseS: 't '
are combined to further
r it., r_ \-r-'" 1 they L Bask Ground Primary and Advanced ,
beautify> and pick-up the neglected _
The essence of this procedure is to avoid''' the crea- spots. Flying Also Private Commercial ___ ,
tion of drafts that fan fire. who followed similar .5 y>s. Granulated: Any Brand
People Property owners, are requested and F11 I K h t .Instructor .
techniques in the hotel l..fires lived-while people in to be ,on the job;:J and each Is Courses.. -Approval No. 5650.Class ,.-_-r-.
Adjoining rooms who let panic rule\ them died. Remember asked to make his premises as i

these rules. There is 'a.very real l possibility.. that lean, .presentable,and attractiveas Sugar !f:4! !c
someday they will save your.life. possible. It takes so little Room Instruction,,Tues. ;& Thurs. ;

Urns and means so. much to fheeholder. Nights 7:30 ,P. ;M.CONWAYLIBBYU.FLYIT. .- .- ,.
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Mr., an4.Mrs. Louis I. Thomas SERVICE"PHONE
WHITE .TftiBKB DEPT announce the arrival of a daughter .Your Past l\Dd Future Patronage'Joe
Patricia Lavonla, on Friday, 147 OR 32
Ill Container Corp'n.' 'pf America! Femandina,'Fla, January ''10, at their residence. 'S. and Volley L. Starling:

'" Owners and OperatorsHousewife's
,1 .. .. J = 'J.. B. ''Wright was returned to ,
the 'Alachua County Hospital,
INTEGRITY' Gainesville, last week, and he Is -
xpecutd< to remain for several
of conduct and dealing' with better weeks. His many friends are extending .
.thoughtfulness and economy in all our .r best wishes for his early e
serving-thasa 'm a r k the reputable recovery.Mr. .
quality of this welt known firm. and Mrs. ICi-B; ,, Watterson
had as'Sunday guests Mr. and '
Mrs. A. D. Martin of Starke. r
'*' Mr. and Mrs..L. L. Bedenbaugh,
+ Irs. Helen Wright and Mr. and
r"p W'TT' C.' JONES --V. Mr.. Kad Watterson were recent '. '., "
visitors to Gainesville.J. "
|51:1 i t AMBULANCE SERv ,
T. Sweeney of Mt. Sterling, oI!:'
Funeral Director Ky., spent Saturday and Sundayat .
ST RKB -' PHONE T the home of Ms sister-in-law, N L4Gi -
Mrs. May. Sweeney, and family. ;; J ,
Our local funeral home enables tu to Jack Griffin of Leesburg was .1 d .
offer conveniences and services, not the recent guest of his brother, .-
otherwise available. S. C. Griffin local railroad tower j\\ ,/ ,
operator.Mrs. I "
We furnish the highest type service at the lowest price a4 Mary Lee Vining of Jacksonville :: ,
accept ANT life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY COM spent the 'weekend with I -
her daughter Clenda, and with
psoy as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation -
carries her parentMr.. and Mrs D. W, 4( :to
no obligation. r..,
Johnson I .
Mr. and :Mrs. George Williams .D
and son, Howell spent Wednesday -
of- last- weekshopping, In. .
1 Jacksonville.
*::' ,MEET YOUR FRIENDS r K. J.Terrell of Cacatee, arrived 44
Sunday to visit his sister Mrs. .
Donald McRae. -
AT THE jJlPj Miss Edna Dudley enjoyed last -

weekend at her. home in New- ( -
BLUE TAVERN berry. 4'V1
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T;>, Good Home-Cooked Meals [f YOUR WATCH ..

'\ Steaks Chicken Sea Food Deserves the Best
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Plate Lunches

\ Sandwiches -'Beer Soft Drinks

OPEN FROM 10 A. M. TO 11 P. M. ZOtttcls'REPAIR r

Everybody Welcome Your Business ,4/

AppreciatedDUB Trustworthy Service

4 ",* Harley F. Strong
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I year Joe will be one of the few visiting her daughter Mrs. Fred . .. . C. A. Griffis of Boatdratn-1 Mr. ; !

II remaining';' experienced men left Moore, this week. and Mrs,; Albert GlUwon, Mr. and ,
I. B.H.S School Journal the team. We Bethel
on wish Joe
success -
I. In his remaining year of Jim Moore Edwards of Atlanta, Mrs J:. M. AJlen and Mrs Min !

football. Ga., was visiting his parents, Mr. . . . nie Nauman I'',I

.. and Mrs. Will Edwards, duringthe
BRADFORD HIGH Senior Biogs MARION MANNING week. Mrs. Emma Grover la all smiles. !
SCHOOL MEWSKdltorlaChlef Marlon came out for football It's a boy, born January' He I I
_ MILDRED B, EDWARDS In 1942-43 and has played three HOSTS AT DINNER has been named Wyndell Lamar,

MARKET Having green eyes and brown years. In the year of 45-46 he Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore en- Mr. and Mrs Walter Starlingof
Jackie BankingSociety hair, Mildred was born on March served in the Merchant Marine. tertained with Gold Head Branch were visiting
a chicken dinner
11, 1929 to Mr and Mrs. Edwards Getting out of service, Marlon last Sunday Inhonor of the 71st their son and daughterinlaw -
of Starke. Her ambition came back to BHS and came ouCor Mr. and Mrs. Fred Starling
: Editor
225 SOUTH WALNUT Is to be a typJat.and her birthday anniversary of Mrs. of last
hobbyIs football, this being his Senior Saturday week.
Marlon Brown Moore's mother, Mrs. E. D Boyer .......
reading a good mystery. "I year He weighs 160 pounds and of Tampa Those Invited to be I Mrs. Mathel Green and daughter

Groceries Sports Editor dislike work" says Mildred, "butI played the position of guard. His with her on this occasion were Martha, of Boatdraln were
Meats Steve) Weldon like boys." Hum! A very good noted as one of the toughest Mr. and Mrs.: G. C. Hlghsmlth, E.I visiting the bedside of her sister,
typist already, we know you will l guards ever to play with the D. Boyer Jr.?: Miss Rachel Boyer, Mrs. Opal Allen who Is ill .at
be a better one for our business Tornadoes. In the futurewe this writing.
Produce Student Advisor Mr. and Mr. Fred Brown and
Blanchard Law world. hope Marlon doesn't break his children, Jeanie and Freddie all Roy St. John of Olustee was I
neck on that contraption he goes of Jacksonville. visiting his brother-in-law and
DOYLE EDWIN CONNER, around on. We wish him success
sister Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Allen.
EditorialJDld December IT, 1928J: Doyle Edwin in the future also. The Rev G. B. North was' a Harold and Doyla Boree and rl
BEST GRADE SIDE; Conner business visitor to Waldo
having green eyes last Joe Grlffls', Jr., of Jacksonvillewere
and brown hair became llth GRADE NEWS Friday. While there he the 111
you ever $o out at night a mem- was visiting friends and relatives Hollywood.Camera
ber of the Conner guest of the Rev Rivers. .
then get home to discover the family Ralph in this
We would like to welcome all Community Sunday.
SACONlb. door locked and the key nowhereto Starke He attended grammar new members, In Mrs. Carver J. E.. Wall Jr. e'asa business Guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. and Gift Shop i
be found? school at Rising, and is now the visitor! .to J Jacksonville Thursdayof Woodard Sunday Included Mr.
and Mr Geiger's home rooms. We i
Last night decided to take a president of the Senior Class at extend to you our warmest welcome last week. and Mrs. W. E. Green Mr and
short walk after supper. Naturally BHS. Doyle's ability to speak and that )fn :Mrs. Z. Z. Grlfflg. Mr. and Mrs.
35c hope stay .
well before a group has won him your . 1 ,
I ended up at a girl friend'shome this school will be pleasant. _._ ,.... ,. .
many class offices and has help-, 9'n' n. .J --- - ,
eight blocks away. We Our class would like to express Graham,
ed put Starke on the ,FFA maplA t
talked about one thing' and another our deepest thanks and gratitude
,for a while, a very short member of the football team to the Senior Claaa for their! I By Mrs. John McKlnn NOW\ ON SALE h
WHITE while it seemed, then I tore my- for three years Doyle la' a mem- grand cooperation with us In our . . .>. .1 ,
ber of the ,J>tterman's Club anda
self away. work on the Juniors' paper. Any
I get >home and can't get in lover of sports. Other special time they need help we will be John McKinney attended the AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
GRITS the house. I'm not out that bad- I likes are agriculture and girls. glad. to do as much as we can. Gainesville Lodge Monday night. ,ll f
His Is Doyle's fl'
ly with my family-the door was hobby fishing.' ambition Joe Monteith has announcedthat Ms.. Louis Weigand left last
locked. My first thought was to I Is to be an Agriculture he will run for president. Hit.< Friday' for a visit with relativesin '
5 Pound Bag yell, but that was a pretty bad 'teacher and we can see now that hasn't announced the party that Brooklyn N. Y. '

one, I woke the neighbors' baby he will make a good one... Good he is a candidate of but we Mr and Mrs. Roble Hines and 1-3 OFF I'f: !
luck, Doyle. '
and we gave out with one type of ; wish him success in his campaign.LAWTEY children are moving back to Graham
35c duet. Still nobody ,opened the this week. .1
door so I thought about going in "Mf. and Mrs: Tom Graves of The Following Items I
On Febnuiry'3, 1930 in Starke,
a window. That Isn't such a Sampson attended church here '
idea either, when Beatrice Alene'Edwards was bornto
good your Sunday night. I
PET OR BORDENStREAM house has been burglarized the Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Edwards of Horace McKinney spent the ,Water Sets Tray & Glasses I
The School
week before and everyone sleeps Lawtey. _Beatrice, has gone to ., ., a '. A weekend in Waldo. 'scooters
with a shot gun by the bed, but school in Lawtey' and Starke andis ,Tricycles..
leave It up to me not to think of now a Senior of Bradford Hi* STOP THURSDAY CLOSING Plastic Shower Curtains'
A member of the Glee Club for
that. bead'wasn't
Luckily my After several months of closingat
blown off. The first I do two years, she likes to sing and '
thing Plastic
noon on Thursday the mer- Aprons !
3 Tall or 6 Small.:59c Is kick a bucket of paint over, also likes a good chocolate sun- chants of Lawtey decided las! I, t

which has been left In the yard dae. Brown-eyed, brown-haired week to remain .open all day on Electric heaters': ',
without a lid on It, and ,I wade Beatrice wants to be a nurse, and Thursday, to 'accommodate the *
we know she will make ,a good And Many Other Items 'T | ?
: around in it a few minutes. (Incidentally strawberry growers. The unusual
one as her hobby Is "baby sitting" r
It was green and I was warm weather has caused the f
Beatrice dislikes conceited
wearing a new pair of black and berry season to arrive much earlier t
people and beets. We wish
white saddle oxfords.) Then I you that usual.
DIXIE LILYMEAL feel a terrific- bang on my head -1 luck' with your nursing and all
nothing to get excited about future undertakings. ON TERMINAL LEAVE 1-2 OFF :
though-just practically crackedmy Ralph- Darley,'non of Mrs. Hattie : i

shin on the ladder which was::1 ,Football Biogs Darley, Is at home on terminal on Some of The Following Items
so kind as to return the lick' by leave, awaiting his discharge -

means of placing an "ostrich. JOE MONTKITII from the service. Ralph Expert Bicycle Hand Lotions
lb. bag, 45c egg" on my head. I Joe has played two years of has recently been stationed in Repair 4
Alaska and the nice, warm' Flor-
At long last my peaceful Journey -1 football> so far and with next Colognes '
10 Ib. bag ,-, 87c around the house caine to an year added to his credit he will ida weather is appreciated by him Whether .It's a major operation ,
end, naturally with all windows have three years;af high school after experiencing sub-zero temperatures or the.mere tightening of ,
locked) and I very disgustedlydrop football. He weighs '165 poundsand ,a bolt you can be sure your \
: 2 Can' 2 for on the front-door..step. where holds down the center posi- Mr. and Mrs H. C. Smith and bicycle will receive prompt and ",,,I
I expect to spend the rest of the tion for the Tornadoes.. Next daughter and S. C. Knight'.of careful attention here. ''t t
tomatoes 47c night. The paint 'was soaking Lawtey were visiting Mrs. 8. C
through the shoes, my leg/ felt as answer and laat;< but not least, Knight who was.in St. Vincent's BIGGS & BAKER Koch
... head, 11e Gene last'_ ,
... f. f though amputation were We only my -fejlt Krupawas Hospital elt.- Mrs.' KnightIs :
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Qt practicing:; new. "drum- much Improved after undergoing n1CYCIJE STORE ,
boogie" on it. 1 quietly lean back a serious operation and has
leach .12 against the door, which respondswith returned to her home. 125 W. Call St. Starke Via lid W. Call I St. Starke, Flo. ill: !

a,very faint..thud, and what Mr. and Mrs J.: B. Tea(one and _. __ __

SAVE op 20% happens! A light goes on and I family were visiting their daugh- 1 'I.. j
'ersea Lb.: Bag hear a familiar voice 'Inquire, ter, Mrs. Mildred ,Brown, in Or- ,
"Jackie, did you want to come .lando last Sunday W s : W

OFFEE '- 45ciUp ON I FEED I COSTS I Ire. in home?" !Ah Absolutely, there's no no place place! like Mr. and Mrs."L. H. Hill and A. ;fs3' !
C. Pearce were Visiting Mr and f'

'Mrs.' Pearce Jones. in. Fernandina rt :o u t
With tha FvlOP f I

FLOUR GEt 7HE last Zell Sunday.8. Dukes 'of Wesconnett -t".as'S ,iii :' t

was visiting In Lawtey last Friday fI1kct4444z2Jthere's ; I
) lb. bag ,- 75c afternoon. A-r : .t
RfL/EFfORAC/D M C. McLeod ot Lake City G .. "
i lb. bag 1.79 spent Sunday here with his fam- cO
-. plrsw //CFSTi'ON ily.Mr. J!

., and Mrs James Shuford of 1 ..ERs ',' '
U8PY. 1 lb. box t Virginia, are here visiting their .p 1i

1Carpenter's brothers, John and George Shu- ( t
iCKERS 21c ford. 1I 1\:\

s The Lawtey School received five :<' i
pupils from Sanderson last Monday '_ t. f
This makes 14 new 'pupilsfor I I .. : .'
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Store Lawtey since- Christmas ; ,

ill, 3 boxes .10, Vitamin Benefits in Drug Mrs. E. D. Boyer- of Tampa Is "* 'f'. :

RESII lb. Ful-0-Pep Promote Rugged _n >--, ,'",.-"",.,'
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Health and Steady laying ";.7 ," "
matoes -.' ,18c > .
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Head Each feeding Breeder Mash H Ful-O-Pep H whole oats Egg : ,EXTRA SAFETY In the fire thatOUTWEARS ; .

and H scratch grains.Concentrated .
rttuce .10 Spring s PREWAR TIRES 1'' I

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sources In Ful-O-Pep pro-

No., 1 White vide vitamin benefits thatenabltt While many postwar products are still in the tackling production has been taxed keeping S ai,

you to feed less mash' SHOD ONSI dream stage one is not the new postwar up with this extra demand. t f l
and at the came time main- B P.Goodrich Silvertowrt that OUTWEARS: Due
this 2s tale
one product
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Bound health. See us PREWAR TIRES.
'otataes tain of / ffL1NG your dream book. ;,', 11,,,, If you'll be
today for your supply It's been produced and what is more tI
needing new tires soon check with t
Ful-O-Pep Egg ; ua
vitamin-rich In the past twelve months ift been dtlivtrtdto
10 Ib. Bag) Breeder Mash. car owners in greater quantities than any today for the tire_ that' worth much more but ?
tire in B.F.Goodrich history costs no more the D F.Goodrich Silvertown.
AlsoComplete '. that OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES. S '
Of course many car owners have heard about '
33cSe LineHARDWARE. the thousands of extra miles of service from r'i iroNV1aUN1 '

the broader, flatter tread that coven more road! OOtV T roarer ,'

of' area and gives greater protection against skid- ;y naves 10
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'body that gives better resistance to road shocks s eau 1' x

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BHS (USO) Auditorium : Fri., Jan. 31 STREET e (GUY ANDREWS) STARKE FLA. l ,

M. Adm. 60c & $1.20 Inc. Tax
?:30 P. ---

FARMERSSUPPLY Sponsored By. Starke Chamber. of Commerce', J

JI B.F. Goodrich

PHONE: 159 All funds received by C.: of C. will go'toward construction .

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1'1 SOCIETY and CLUBS Birthday Parties Judy Phillips Green., Miss Sara Barefoot and Mrs. Hazen HostessTo BHS Boys ,and Girls Basketball Teams ==

.. Are Gay OccasionsOf After singing "Happy. Birth Baptist Circle Meet Alachua Cagers In Armory TonightWith

Past WeekIn day" to Archie, the' children were
Camellia Show Birthday Ball served Individual cakes iced in Mrs. M. F. Hazen was hostess a double-header on tan atward.. 1.: Harlev... -mniMt----, i-,
honor of the fifth birthday white with yellow and green motifs Tuesday, Jan., 7th to Circle 3 of 7:30: p. m. tonight (Friday) at the The Starke sextet

At Melrose Club To Be Gala Event anniversary of her daughter, and Ice cream. Favors! were the WMS CJt the Baptist Church. Armory Court, the boys' and cellent showing In the made an

Saturday, Sunday Of January 30, Linda Kay, Mrs Guy Sale entertained green party cups filled with candy Mrs. S. E. Sparks circle leader, girls' representatives of BHS ter, holding the visitors first quaN'
with a children's party on and green paper hats. basketball hope to make amendsfor 11 to 16,
In of the .
was charge meeting.The
A camellia show, open to the The"annual Birthday Ball, staged Monday from three till five. the hard-fought but ,unsuccessful but weakened under the sham.

j public and presented by the Mel- to procure funds for the March Thirty children were Invited to Lou Green, daughter of Mr. and devotional Matthew 25-33- result of Tuesday's twin shooting onslaughts of the lassie,
rose Woman's Club will be an of Dimes, promises this year to enjoy the afternoon and small Mrs. R. A. Green, celebrated her 33 was led by the WMS President, billing with Waldo. Tonight's opponents from Waldo, who added
event of Saturday and Sunday, be a gala affair. Joe Harrisonand Linda, charmingly dressed! in a seventh blr day anniversary with Mrs. H. L. Hough. Program topic from Alachua are largelyan euccessiv I
January 18 fend 19, in the Club his 400 Club orchestra, of smocked aqua frock, received a party on Tuesday afternoon at for the afternoon "Our Hungry unknown quantity, but what- period scores of 18,18 and 11 lora I
Gainesville World" was presented by Mrs. ever the nature of combat final total of 62 to 28. .
will ,
building located on Pine Avenue provide rhythmic many lovely gifts from her her home. The young hostess
Just east of Grove Street in Mel- background for merrymakers attending friends. greeted her guests in an adorable T. B. Harding, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez coaches 'Shad" Bryant and Mary Local scoring: Stewart, forward,

rose. The exhibition will replace the event of January SO The refreshment table placedon ankle-length party frock of white and Mrs. Sparks. Freeman are confident that their 10;,, Neel forward 8; Hasllll11
S, at the Bradford Auditorium (formerly During a'brief business session fairly inexperienced proteges will ,
the club's regular monthly meet- the lawn was attractive with trimmed in red. Completing her forward, 8; Allen guard, 2.
ing. the USa). costume was a golden charm an offering of 21.15 was made be all-out for a win over the
its and decorations
pink green Webb starred for
The flower show will be open The ball Is a community-spon centered by the birthday caked bracelet gift of her parents. and community mission for the visitors.A nin.
sored affair.. with William H. month collection of clothing for heart-breaking one point loss nlng up a total of ,33.
Saturday from 3 until 9 o'clock number of games the Spring flowers, tastefully arranged .
p. m., and tea will be served visitors (Bill) Graham, as chairman, as guestsa' served cake punch, decorated the home. The the Red Cross, approved was the fate,of Bryant's charges
from 4 until 6 o'clock' during the Junior Woman's Club In cookies and potato chips. Favors two-tiered birthday:cake was Iced At the close of the meeting re- last'Tuesday, when a rally In the

the afternoon. I charge of ticket sales. for the children were gaily col In white with pink rosebuds and frestynents were' served by the final two minutes, of the game

For the Sunday showing the I Proceeds will be turned over to ored pencils. candle. Cups fashioned as flowers hostess to the eleven membersand brought the essential margin for Haveyour

i building will open at 10 o'clockin the March of Dimes in the annual ,Mrs. Sale iwas assisted lit en hold candles. Favors for the one visitor present. The Waldo. The score: 24 to 23. Po- portrait
the morning and close at 9 drive for funds! for polio treat tertaining by Mrs. Merrill S Struth children were balloons and circle will meet''' next with Mrs.T. tential all-round ability, with emphasis made

p. m. The tea will be served Sunday ment and research.Dancing Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. Ruth novelty flower hats. Jo Ann B. Harding.: I on the offense was Indicated

afternoon to visitors betweenthe will begin at 9:30: p. Broadway, and her mother, Mrs.J. Smith and Norma Canoya won 'In the performance of the in the familiar

hours of 4 and 7 o'clock. m., continuing until 1:30 a. m. B. Sapp the amusing cracker-eating con Area Board MeetingOf local quintet..

Mrs. Reginald Kelly, president Admission will be f 1.20 per per- test. surroundings
Bradford scoring
I Scout Council was: Edwards,,
of the Melrose Woman's Club, has son. N, .s Archie' Green was the guest Assisting Mrs. Green In entertaining of your own home
extended a cordial invitation to A floor show featuring local of honor Thursday afternoonwhen the thirty-five children In Starke TonightSome forward, 10; Vance', forward, 9;

E the people of Starke and to mem- talent will be presented during his mother, Mrs. Lloyd present were Mrs N. B. Roster, Crews, guard, 2; Mooney, for- f
bers of the Starke Woman' Club Intermission Green, entertained for him 1 In I Mrs.! O. J. McGriff Mrs. J. P. 40 Boy Scout officials of I. .
senior scouts 167 scouters lead-
to visit their show. celebration of his seventh birth Roberts Mrs. Herbert Rltch and the North Florida Council will (
ers )and 47 cubbers ( officials
The presentation will include Health Director day anniversary. Miss Kate Struth. Adult guests meet at 6:30: p. m. today (Friday) ). pack T. H..Osborne

not only camellias, but a beautiful Calendulas and other flowers were Lou's uncle and aunt, Mr. In the Methodist Recreation Cen- Osborne and J. Carson

exhibition o f .other winter Will Be SpeakerAt were used for decorations in the and Mrs. R. S. Johns ot Lake ter, In the Area Board's first see local Senior Scout advisor GeIger will, WIUT3 BOX 423
flowers well. Mrs. Claremont slon of the year.
living and
as PTA Meeting room dining room. Butler, and aunt; },[rs. Floy:] meet'Wednesday night, at 7:30p. :OR CALL AT
Tulles of Melrose, who, with her The birthday cake, Iced in white With Starke at the approximate m. at the former USO, with all
f, co-workers, made such a successof I Mrs R. A. Green PTA Health with yellow and green decors geographical center of the. Coun- young men interested In the HOOVER BROS. STUDIO

r last year's show. Is again]I Committee Chairman announces tions, formed the center piece for CEMETERY cil area, members will considerthe Senior Scout program.
f cbalifman of the flower exhibit that Dr. A. Y. Covington and Dr. the dining table. On the cahe WORKING proposal that all other meetings -

r committee.CONSTIPATION.;/ J. M. Hembree will be guest stand were seven yellow and green Everyone Interested Is notified of the group be held here

speakers at the PTA meeting to rabbits each holding a candle. I that there will be a working at during 1947. The region represented For Safety, Comfort and Economy .;. .

be held Wednesday. January 18, Archie's aunt,Mrs. Nelson Green, : Santa Fe Cemetery by the attending Scout .
3:15: P. M.. In the usa b llding. fashioned the unusual decorations workers extends from the Georgia
Risky In Dr. Covington will speak on "The Outdoor games were enjoyed by January 22. Come and bring line through Marlon County, and FOR COURTEOUS ; ;

", BAD COLDSRetained Function of the Health Depart the thirty little folks present, lunch and working tools. weJtward through Suwannee CORRECT .. Biif..

ment in ,Our County" and Dr. Mrs. Green being assisted in en Mrs. M. I* Watterson, County.

:putrefactive: undigested causes toxins food ,becomes which Hembree on the hospital to be tertaining them by Mrs. S. D. Hampton, Treasurer. Discussions featured In tonight's INFORMATIONPlease IJA "

overload the liver and other vital or.. established in Stark,;jHostensesfor program will Include a review of Phone 147 ,
cans of the body, lessening your re- the meeting will "be Mrs, 1943, and plans for the new year.
Istanca to colds and other winter Hid Green and members'ot the Health Among those present will be Lee
and interfering with their treatment. Ride Florida Greyhound Lines Inc. Busses
Why take this chance when you can Committee: Miss A. Walz, Mrs S Montague, of Gainesville area ,
take Calotabs? Calotabs thoroughlyyet Edwin Marshall, Mrs. Arthur Mc- president; W. Fred Cobb, of UNION BUS STATION

: pleasantly s weepingeoouuttttooxi- Rae, Mrs. N. S. Denkle,.Mrs. I. I.. Jacksonville, council commissioner Temple Ave.
:your intestines, LACY CONWAY Agent Starke, Fla.
laden putrefactive fooda and virus Bogert and Mrs. Blanche Ed ; M. G. Boswell of Jacksonville -
laden mucus enabling you to more wards. scout executive. '
effectively avoid or fight a cold.Noth The Executive Board of the It is stated that
the North Flor
ing acts like good old Calotabs. Use aadirected. Those of you who've been wondering as some of her old
rare' laces .
and druggists PTA will meet Monday, Jan 16 I ida Council Includes 13 districts
{ lOo 23o at all when we'd be treated to The imported fans :' Sun. Mon. Tues.
at 3:15: P. M. In the USO., were Intricately with a membership of 5671 boys ( R
another of those wonderful dances fashioned of Ivory, bone and .
pearl, '
Take CALOTABS scouts. 1615 scouters (officials), '
.FL-: .
like the Chtlstmas: event stagedby and were museum pieces In the and 481 cubbers (den mothers and 'STARKEAa ,Jan. 19 20 21
Recent the Junior Woman's Club and true sense of the word .
pack commItteemen
the America Legion will be delighted -
and Mrs. Hubert GrIffis,,, to know that It won't be A decision was made at the
Raiford, girl (Doris Retta), January Godwin and Bill Grahamare New-Suwannee district
long now No longer, In fact, the meeting
proud possessors of the
z 5. than the annual Birthday Half two most beautiful ties in Lake, City Thursday to exchange -
Mr. and Mrs. I*. I. Thomas which la set for Thursday. Jan. Street handpalnted on Call scouts', handicraft .historical -

Hampton, girl, January 10. 30 Same place: BHS (USO) fashioned numbers material and publications
by artist
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Slaughter, Auditorium Same orchestra: Mrs. Caro Chandler Bill's aunt tie, with the Boy Scouts of Panama. DICK

Starke boy ,,(Alex :Hamilton), Joe Harrison's 400,Club aggrega- appropriately features bird Plans for the exchange have been ..to a lovers laJy .Ir'e HUMSinnm
January 12. tion Let's all start marking while,John's displays 'beautiful filed with -Panama Consul at n

Irl 1 x-N .Mr. and Mrs.'Wilbert Thornton, this date on our calendars right reproduction of Bok Tower .,, Jacksonville.'. ,what glamour is >
Starke, boy (Donald). January 12 now and let nothing '',,Interfere Something tells me that Mrs. February 7 was e established as marvelous t7iv'S
IIOWfiY FOLKS i with making this another memor- Chandler might the date for beginning of the Boy to a
accept commIs-
,A room-seeking: young real- able Birthday Ball In a long series sions for other handpalnted ties Scout financial drive coincidingwith musical!.

dent of St. Catherine, Ont.., of successes if you'd like a National Scout Week. Re-
very special gift
speedily solved his --1 ports were heard from
problem for chairmenof
a '
very special person ;
with' the following' advertisement Hear that Lyle Anderson and What will these Callstreeters be the operating committees, and

: "Having trouble buyingsoap Rosa Mae Burton were guests of up to next? They do the most decision waa made for appoint-
flakes, lard honor at a gay gathering on the ment of three officials
or bacon surprising things For Instance In each
Young man working In large --fR!! f banks of Brooklyn Lake Thursday I never pictured Jean Darby In a county to train unit leaders of

grocery establishment, require : night! when. Charles Burton and farmerette role but there she"was the various troops.- In the din. nominal
room breakfast and dinner six aam ana Alice Anderson gave 'ema the other day coming out of the trict's leadership training pro

days a week, private home." At All Times birthday party at the Wads- berry patch in dungarees and gram. '
place Fried chicken
work shirt, and looking as if Officials in attendance Included
"Have you been touching the was much In evidence, sharing the she'd been T. H. Osborne b
Sea Trout Red Bass tilling a bit of soil to district commissioner -
barometer, JaneT" "Yea, POmpano Sheep Head spotlight with a beautifully dec- a-fare you well -: Hear that R. J.Kite, district mem- MM VS:: MI'
cake .
Ma'am It's my night out so I Mullet Croakers hear Incidentally she Ruby Johns, and Daisy (the ber-at-large, Dr. R. P. True of
Rt tit for fine':" that Lyle and Dot will soon Darby cook) are doing all right Lake City the district chairman
Large Shrimp have a, house all to themselves
i Yon e&n.set your speedometer They plan to move from their patch for themselves in the wide with;:open their berry Oak and,T.the A.district Rowand executive.ni, of' Live I .1 a S a 't '! et P

for fine too. U you let us little apartment into the five- spaces
give Florida & BaltimoreOYSTERS behind Ruby's house In fact, The New-Suwannee Also March of
your ear the 'go 'ahead signal room residence being vacated by Morgan district Time and News
says they 18 numbers
got $ crate 442 .
with .our quality gas oil, and Kosa (Cart r) Smith In back! of the other day I a scouts, 142 cubs five -

lubrication. Get set. for tome the S. R. Johns Jr. domicile 1:IIIIIIMIWUIIUIIUIII'UIUIIIW"III.'IIII"._.,.....,_'..._..".""'.","""''".''.'."..,,,',,','',.''..,..,,.,..,......',"-"...II""IIIWIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIUIIIIIUIIIHIUIJlIINIIIIIIIJ ,
beret Fresh Dressed & Drawn going to find herself powerful Osborne's Grace (Supervisor.of Schools)
office in
; busy attending high school and ex-USO
GULF OIL PRODUCTS Fryers & Hens keeping house at the same time building has been the scene of (

Washing Polishing But leave It to this younger delightful little gatherings every
Greasing MagnoliaFish generation to accomplish miracles I afternoon this week as she held
open house for all county teach-
Temple & Lake '- ers, Inviting them to call, have
Service ',a spot o{ tea, and look x to
Market Edgar WUklnnon comes forward over helpful u
with a breath-taking incident material that she had on hand 21J -(7 a-t..p.-

Phone 179, PHONE 37We'll that took place while he wasanruntma I' to dispense The Russian tea .
: UD worms near the seemed to hit The
Brooker road the other- day- using the spot and I'caulZ'ht suite- a finest timepiece '. '.' .

the stob and stick' method I few teachers dropping in more .
Seems that the wigglers were I than once to enjoy the-er, fel $33 Jo up -S tax included ? v,

( Take You There coming up nobly and Edgar was, lowship! Wednesday afternoon ,
well pleased with his "take" the place was' so crowded

Promptly and Pick that Is, until a 33-Inch coral that the tea ran out and Grace <
ra R snake came up also had to resort I to Coca-Colas ) s
You Up On Call They are If all .v. ,P<<'.fJ/t .,
the supervisors ,:
deadliest reptile In this neck were as cordial '
,, .
r1 s 1'\ of the woods,' far more poisonous and cooperative as Grace, 'me-' / J :.'t .
than a rattlesnake, and this was thInks the teachers' lot would be I J"" "': :' Diamonds Stone Rings
Phone 150 the a more pleasant In : { : ", .
longest one ever heard of one spite of \ "ViliuV' ..". .
around here; the runner-up being, their low salaries \ ", "* > .. I
28 Inches, according to Charles ;; '1 f-:: 'I, ,; I ,./

i' STARKE TAXI SERVICE Darby .' Edgar dealt the snake Blonde Violet Cro by'. new .1 1 .'';', ,Silverware ./" ?' '

a mortal blow before It did any hairdo was creating quite a sen :' ," ,, .'!- :"l L'' ; '
: '
damage, and has the skin at homeas sation in Canova's the other day \ ,, :1 A
a souvenir . Seems that :t .
He's mighty no one recognized ; : : '.- Parker 51"J Pens '
glad the snake came up In front her and some customers even .: .. ..,', ;;
of him Instead of behind! asked who the new girl was I.,Y'r: :,. ,: ; .
IYAYE YDt// -. Haven't heard yet what Albert .
Hear that Robert and Jane Lee's reaction was to the radical :. : ',' .. Expansion Watch Bracelets "

y Chapman (Major and Mrs. Robert change Wonder who or what ,
.ralr;? ATLANTIC! S.) are could ,;:; ..
now in be
.r 3 Bangor, Maine behind those frequent i : .' .'. .
where the thermometer has been trips to Jax. that C. W. Colson ..' ,

ALEAND EEB, hovering around five degrees be- made while home on Christmas !i :to i." ,..
low zero Wonder how a "leave" from Stetson? Kate ,
VDAY ? couple of sun-soaked FloridIans Struth claims all honors for early

$: are -taking" such a climate? tomatoes stating that she Is now

t( .. < 3v v*.. .* If I'd I send wanted'em to make 'em feel bad plucking some luscious, red, ripe e WATCH: REPAIRING: f fG
What It It thai makat them a colorful word description ones from a couple of volunteer
a good Extra Of of how we Callstreeters bushes that came up In her yard ..
? Special br Yrind.-G.m: ag.ef11u o b look rght| now, sitting In our Tomatoes In January! ,

,; on! OldTlm.grainhopiVa" shirtsleeve, JIvIng on Bradford Wonder If the old darkey could
r and mall-light golden County strawberries, sugar and be right who said the other day -
r i'' color? Try thorn today cream! Glimpsed Dr. Herlong that the end of time la at hand '

and>. what you think I e" returning from Gainesville 'late because the seasons are. all changed
ems Wednesday afternoon after be- around? .. EM'JEWELRY

..Y"Y. J stowing upon the museum at the -
University of Florida his
late So long See you In the 109 EAST CALL.
.wife's beautiful collection of next ... ST.STARKE, FLA.- PHONE 170'I'
twenty-five fabulous
fans as well

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r BITS of LOCAL NEWSJ. Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs J. T. Webb Buys and up, as well as sideways); descent from the original Model i !

spent Thursday of last week In R. A. Colson were Mr. and Mrs. slow speed, calculated to add to T of 1906. Wainwright and :

Jacksonville. G. B. Colson of Brooker.Mr. Interest In Cannon'sPurchase the car and the driver's lon- Dowllng indicated that the ven-

Mlsa Kay Sakaly of New Or- and Mrs. W. Q. I'alia spent gevity. (I erable car will remain on display I II
J. Rabeck a contractor with Mlsa June Bell returned to the leans, La., Is the guest this weekof ,the weekend in Orlando with of half Interest, in The Ford la eighth In line of for several weeks.ATTENTION. Ii'!''
ilquarter. in Cleveland. Ohio, home of her mother, Mrs Ethel her brother-in-law and sister, their son and dauhterlnlawMr. Cannon's Grocery by Joseph T I I
' guest this week of his Bell, here after visiting her sister, Webb formerly of has been _.. .
Ithe Mr. and Mrs. E T. Shull. She and Mrs. Woodfln: G. Halle. Mayo, t; _e' Je J
Joseph Rabeck. Mrs M. S. Corbin In South Caro- announced.A :
[her, arrived In Jacksonville by plane They were accompanied by their

t". and Mrs. E. R. Smyth and lina for three months. Saturday from Miami, and was granddaughter, Linda Sue, who veteran groceryman, Webb

'Mer, Sally, spent Saturday in Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Haynes of met there by Mr. and Mrs. Shull. has been v'slting! them for the will share partnership in the

sonvllle with, Mrs. Smyth's 'Fitzgerald, Ga., were guests Sun-, For wedding: portraits see T. H past three week Temple street market with C. M. I
and sister, Mr. and day of their cousin Mrs. Bertha: Cannon. His
er-in-law Osborne. So* ad on pace 4. Friends of Jesse Alexander will background includes

Ed En.ney. Pearce.Every Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Smith. and regret to learn that he was carried eight years' with the Suwannee

I daughter, Sally, and Mrs. Bertha to the Alachua County Hospital Store Chain, prior to two years'

a I Pearce spent several days last on Saturday. While Mr. service with the Army in the

week in Miami as guests of Mrs. Alexander's condition has im- Pacific. Webb received his discharge Fur Coat OwnersWE
; branch ofINSURANCE' Pearca's sister, Mrs. Emily Faver proved, he will remain in the hospital ago.
Col. and Mrs D. E. Knight had for some time under .ob- The merchant will make his

as weekend guests Mr. and Mra servation. His mother, Mrs.! W. permanent residence here with his

Charles Larsen, of Lakeland, B. Alexander and sister, Miss wife formerly Miss Lucy Nell HAVE A NEW SERVICE TO OFFER

where Mr. Larsen Is City Man- Wilma Alexander were visitinghim Hart of Pensacola, and their two

ager and utilities superintendent on Monday. children. OUR MANY CUSTOMERS: WE ARE NOW

The visitors attended the Florida
CONSTANT c '(rJ k t rrv.I. League of Municipalities meetingin Complete cards for line all Hallmark occasion greetIng at- Model T Ford EQUIPPED TO HANDLE YOUR FURS.

SERVICE Jacksonville Saturday after- Camera & Gift CLEANING GLAZING AND OILING OF
,. Hollywood. Shop. Made In 1913 ,
60 YEARS St 1-3
AVER TJHff.Pt'F; \ ; noon.for expert beauty work see Leaving today for a weekend On Display HereA FURS. ALSO RE-STYLING, MENDING '

Sarah Lawson, Faye Lesher, visit with her aunt, Mrs. Emma
Lavlnghouze and Charles Creech of. St. Augustine, is Miss lucky T Ford, retired -
? t IRE. Winston LoU at Hart's Beauty with the dignity due age and
Thelma Green.
| WALL AGENCYPlease Salon. service be
L C. U Mrs. M. L. Maynard is the guestof may viewed today at
The Rev. Leslie E. Tullar ar- the Andrews Motor Company, on +
LifeCLASSIFIED rived today and U the guest of puis, in Alachua. Madison street. The ancient ve-

Phone 146 __ his friend, Wilbur'A. Scott, and Mra. R. J. Davis Is staying with hicle Is the property of James R. THIS KIND" 1

Mrs. Scott. Mr. Tullar Is a reil relatives in Jacksonville while (Nook) Walnwrlgbt and W. E. Ii

dent missionary to the Nigeria Mr. Davis Is a patient in Riverside (Billy) Dowling-, local used car rh

West Africa, Faith Mission. His Hospital.Mr dealers 1 M1

In the U. S. on furlough and ; and 'Mrs. J. M. Edwardsand The "lucky '13" reference has

flew here from his home in Cas- children spent. the past week- to do with the Ford's manufacturein l i

tille, N. Y., in a new airplane he end in Klasimmee with Mr. and the year 1913, and its survivalin Starke Cleaners & !

had acquired to reach remote portions Mrs. A. C. Woodard. ,1946 after a garage fire which Dry Laundry i fl ,

of the dark continent when Mr. and Mrs. John Moyer and wiped out 20 cars and left It the
FOR SALE OR RENTAngelo'sGrill.
cor. Thompson & Madison he returns. His plane is basedat daughter, Martha Ann of Jack only automobile owned by a Phil I
YOUR FARM. CITY AND sts. Starke. This I* chance for Conway Airpark, and he at- sonville were weekend guests of adelphia motor dealer. Shortly
1NESS PROPERTY. someone If you're looking. for a tended the Miami Air Meet this I before
bargain. Building andjor fix Mrs. Moyer's parents, Mr. and the fire started, the Model I I I
t u rell. Apply N 1010:'. farnaln month in order to leant more Mrs. L. G. Hemingway. :.T had the good fortune to be .

r..House, Stark. M 4tp 1-24 about aircraft. He will speak at VALENTINES, complete line of parked outside, on one of the JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE I ,

STROU'> ?,. .rtiarsTERAL HOUSE FOR SALE!-Furnished orunfurnished. Hampton Baptist Church Sunday; Hallmark valentine* at Hollywood two occasions of the year when I ;

Greatest advertiser of _..- Six: room, well lo- morning and night; at Pine Level Camera &: Gift Shop. the owner brought it outside for
try property. Haa wad overale rated, was heat reasonable. Writ Baptist Church Wednesday nIght St 1-3 display. DRESSES formerly $6.95 & $5.95
O. Box 728, Fla. tf .
P. Starke
Ifo.-.nn.- .
of and at the Tabernacle tonight Mr, and Mrs' C. E. Johns and Now
.*. Barer from all over to Although perhaps, a trifle con- $3.95
d. Free opea llatta* PROPERTY FOR BALK (Friday). I daughter, Markleyann, spent Sun- servative artistically and technic-

. STROUT-REALT AGENCY. house 82%, 12 acre acres farm old with bearing four pecan room For home portraits see T. ItOHbnrne. day in Alachua with :Mr. John's ally, the "T" model lacked no All Ladies SWEATERS'I-3 Off
Represented Locally By mother Mrs. A. M. Pettit. asset in of and i t'Ladies'
trees within 1000 feet of paved See ad on par .- economy. operation
F. C. IIOIXING8WORTH Stark hla-hway.Price One $mile 800.00 from Depot In Mlflses Evelyn and Lillian Stump Mrs 0.' L. Haynes and Mrs durability. Wainwright states SUITS & COATS 1.3 Off 1

118 So. Walnut St. See N. D. Wainwright, Jr., spent several days this week in Arthur Holiday were Jacksonville that it Is in excellent running condition -
Broker visitors Tuesday. SKIRTS formerly $5.95 & $7.95
Phone 134 S(.rk* Thomaaville, Ga. and actually retained its .
TRESSES of all kind. reno- Mrs. R. O. Kldd, Sr., left'Wed- original set of tires when he
Miss Elizabeth Provence of NOW
$3.95 & $4.95
led; furniture upholstered and nesday for her home In Richmond, ,
it 33
bought after assembly.
Inlshed. Drop u. a card. FOR SALE-Store building 63x110 Jacksonville, Young People's Sec- years
STINGS MATTRESS CO., Pox near BlandInar Gate B. ALSO retary of the Florida Baptist Va., after an extended visit with The smooth-worn rubber has Ladies ROBES $6.95
Flav" tf home 28x38 celled with sheet '
Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kldd and since been replaced by another I
rock. Make best offer. ALSO Convention, was the guest Thursday
'KANCB-I writ all lines fire electric American meat saw and and Friday of Rev. and Mrs. family. set of 30x3 1-2's. One Group Ladies BAGS $1.00 J '
omobll. liability, and'life walk-In cooler Bx8, good condi Mrs. W. E. Middleton left Wed- The car today looks and :
L.,, D. Haines. While here Miss spry
e m* for your Insurance needs. tion. J. A. Brooks Phone 4682 II
D. Walnwrlnht. Jr.. 191 KastI Green Cove Springs, Fla. tf Provence conducted a Young nesday to attend the Chain oMissions suitable for anybody's joy-ride, One Group Ladies SHOES $2.00 t '
I .street Phone 184. tf in Jacksonville for several -
with its new coat of paint and
Councelor's Course at the .
Peoples ,, .
,,,, ,
FOR RENT One 4-room unfurnished days. While there she wil "r t
SALE--On* hot water heater shiny brass radiator front. The
gallon Westing-nous electric Apartment, private bath. Baptist Church. be the of Mrs. R. C. Dow Men's DRESS ;
omatlo. Good condition- W. ALSO one 2-room furnished Carlyle Ritch,lof Gainesville, guest seats show small trace of wear PANTS -1-2Off \ t

11 St., Starke. Fla. tf Madison apartment.Mt. Rea onabl....,..aUB tf East(fa) spent Monday in Starke. ling. and tear. 1\ i iQ !
Mrs. L. O. Powell Is visitingher Mra. D. W. Moore spent last The manufacturer provided Men's SWEATERS 1.3 Off t \
OMOBILB: AUCTION you'recd weekend in Hampton the guest of three doors-with the J
none on
of waiting on ,a nsw cary FOIL RENT-Two S-room modern mother In Columbia, S. C. I
not come over and buy one? apartments. A d u 11 ... Clark's Come and be fitted for your her sister Mrs. T. F. Brown. driver's side,' apparently in deference All-Wool JACKETS, formerly $15,95'NOW ';'s
,,'v. had several 1946( cars In Brookslde Farms East Call Miss Louise Snyder left TUes- to the driver's haste
r past .al.... Also wa.will sell ..tre..t. 1% a miles from Stark... spring and summer Splrella gar- or $5.00 '
ur car truck, tractor, trailer Mrs. Carl Wynn. tf meat Gird Ira, one-piece gar day for a several days visit with convenience. Today men step 'f
any other automotive vehicle Mrs. Street Dendy in Gainesville over the other three doors as well, t" ,
r you. salestarts 1' p. m. WANTED-Man for general farm ments, corsets, brassieres, belts, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin were $25.95 Leather JACKETS now $15.95! /;

estock cry. Wednesday M&rfct ...Gainesville._. i..-tot I.....W.work.11>. Room Grlffui,and, LM.wty board,furnished Kla.Ztp.., maternity Hoover garments.Splrella-Mr Conetlere*. Frank, guests! Tuesday,.oL Dr. and Mrs a procedure opening ,up obviously and ,bending preferableto over, .,. ,. .. i "4 .....- ,
SALE-3-bdroom house,' SW 1-17 Starke. your tf Carl Mendoza in Jacksonville, or crawling onto the upholstery.In ALL CHILDREN'S SWEATERS ,/ '
S Bay St.. Stark Excellent Friends of W. :M. Edwards, who
addition to well-known advantages
FOR SALE-Slightly used 5 horsepower Mrs. Junius Smith and Mr. l
dltlon, occupied by owner un- has been a patient ia a Jackson REDUCED ; 'I
gasoline engine, poweredpulp in simplicity of *
recently. Attractive, convent H. Brown I in Gainesville operation
t; For Information write ham, wood saw.Kla.See O. W. Dur-Up,, C. were vllle hospital, will be glad to know the 1913 Model T has other 1-3 Off Regular Price { I "
Lawtey last Friday.
J "I
.Devlin 1166 Cypress, Gainor that he has returned to hla home.
I features favored In its
.Ie. tel. 1438J. tf ,En route to ''Defray Beach for strongly r'fmfrff f ..ff-M--fLf-ff rff-f -. 9
HELP WANTED W* need 20laborers Guests of Mr. and Mrs W. B. .
I day: trim, straight fenders and '-
ck a month's vacation, Mr. and Mrs. There Items that been '
SALE-Two homes. One 6- to bulldlnir. Contact Sewell last weekend were Mrs board carbide are numerous :
m frame, 6-room cement Mr., Jim Plerson at "B" Oat. Charles Samar of Chicago were ; headlights reduced which not listed. Come In
one Camp Blandlner, Monday morning P. J. Langford and daughter, and kerosene parking lights and are and
i-k. Ex! >th have all .modern work. ltp guests of Mr., and Mrs. P. E. these .v I
ready Phyllla of Frostproof. see outstanding values. ;
venlences, in city" Terms and TUesday tall light; double-paned full visIon i '
Canova Tuesday ; I
Mrs W. H. Thomson and children ,,
start Mr A. M. Mlxon, up- IF YOU WANT A CESSPOOL or a windshield (with view down "" '
rs Dixie Cafe, 703 .N. Temple. septlo tank fixed or installed; a night. \ Montlcello were guests or NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS !
ftp 1-17 sewer pipe line put In; or an out Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding and Mr. and Mrs. ,F. F. Stump last -
side privy built, lot ma do the son spent the weekend! in Atlanta ALL SALES FINAL j
RENT-Bedroom by week or Job- for you. for the sanitary week.Place others including Minnesota, Texas I
nth Innersprlno mattress man at Carl Rltch's plumbIng with their daughter, June. your order now! For and Illinois. .. I I
(ther pillow., hot tt cold water shop phone 191, ot writ box Guests Tuesday and Wednesdayof aluminum or steel. slat blinds. Aceuratoly \
tf "By giving greater support
'e In. Phone 164-W It 1-24 264, Starke. Halle
Mr and Mrs. W. G. were
Installed at no extra than ever before to this year'sMarch
RALE-2500 ft. tongue and RADIO & PHONOGRAPH combination Mrs. L. A. McCoy and Mr. and coat. GasMett Exchange Store. of Dimes we can be assured lj
ove, cypress. lumber 1 x (6 A-l condition First $tO Mrs. Glen Powell and daughter ROBBINS'f:
ltp for t tv
adequate care polio pati-
Walnut. ltp
8. B. H. Strickland 820 W. takes It.-621 N. Glenda.. of Charlotte.. N. C. Visiting
crucial of the
,llBon. 2tp t-17 ents from the Mage

ORDER BARGAINS 13.98',' Mr. the and Hatles Mrs.on Roy Wednesday Wallace were of March of Dimes disease through" the prolonged Formerly Steinberg's Starke I '
after-care period, Andrews con- ; P'
IB white fancy cotton blouaes Freight Fla'i i
Ga.Weekend .'
'. 33 to 38. beautifully styl I..d, Rutledge. Under Way In CountyThe cluded.
k5 each. Ladles slacks. 50% guests of Rev. and
,"I, 50% rayon 'color. blue, SaleALL M rs. L. D. Haines were Mr. and $64-questlon la' a piker ., "
v or brown, flit 12 to 20 Auction '
!18 value 13.98. Little boys i Mrs. Fred Wilder of Eustls. compared to that facing a person I i

It,vet suits., polo, 82.50 shirts'value and, ...hort'l' DAY 'JAX. 21 .* S3 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch of stricken by infantile paraly. IT'. A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT '

ate t fits ares 3 to 6 y..rlll'' Jacksonville spent the weekend at sis, according to Guy Andrews '
""e $1. We pay postnve, send STARTING .llS A. M. their Kingsley Lake cottage. Bradford Chairman of the 1941 John Denmark Furniture Co.
ok or order.' TRADING:
"T, Pox money 1, St. Albans. Ver- Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Sllvernall March of Dimes. The fund drive,
nl. StD LARGE QUANTITY NEW FIKNITURE. and daughter, Mary Wynn, who started last Wednesday, will continue PHONE 151 STARKE, FLtf. :

H 1ALI3-A 750 pound 8yearoldI HOV8EHOLD FUIIMBIIIVG9 recently returned to Starke from through January SO. "
I Plow mule. ALSO a Cocn1 Clearwater are occupying an "Could you afford to pay $30 a f ;

vatt natural,, Hampton.' Ice boi.Fla.See J.ItpKiv B. I, HARDWARE FLOUR' apartment in the home of :Mrs. day for four months If you were 2.Piece ::

GENERAL G. W. Brow\?., stricken with polio!" Andrews inquired Kitchen .
) ; Let m. paint your *ltn OTHER GROCERIES*: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. QuIgley and In an appeal stressing the .
or room. for with Kern'
A paint and trim you It with ma- MERCHANDISE'! Edna and Leonard Noegel left vital need to support this year's Olympic Radio & Record Room 4. i

any roof enamel.repair. .Also I chars all types only Tuesday for Wlnsfon-Saem.! N. C. March of Dimes. He added that SAFES Living

per hour far my work. Leave ATLANTIC COAST LINE: to attend a Bible Conference. the $35: a day rate Is by no
ar, name and address, Ithe They will also; visit their mountain means unusual In treating polio I
'Paper office or writ Box ;
C. Itp home in Hendersonvlll while patients. "Polio la one of the Combinations SUITS
Ea.t.f Riverside VlsdeictJacksonville. away. costliest disease. in the medicine Screen oor Player ;

'm RENT with-view;Warm over, comfortable Klngrsley I Fla. Maj. and :Mrs. H. C. Wall and, books. Few families, even with .k
1 1"", for business person or children of St. Augustine spent ubstatlal Incomes, can afford 129.50 "
Ir.'Pie Bradford Breakfast It desired. In- I WANTED-P-Whlte man and wife to the weekend here with W. L hospital .doctors' bills, nurses' Large Storage JUST. RECEIVED -

Box 431W.County Telegraphwrite Itp live near on large small modern town farm In northeastern located -. Wall and Mrs. May Dickens. tees and additional co.ts'or long- We Take

Florida. Need man experienced Miss Sarah! Lou Hammond, primary term convalescent care. Local
SALE--on* new electric Space! with Fldelitone Deluxe 'Ioat. TRADE.INS
care Equipped
In citrus grove
w.eh'I'I specialist with the State chapters of the National Foundation
,neraN..co ALSO a \ and small citrus trees as well as In Bottom
jnll stove. Olin W. general farm activities. Department of Education, will for Infantile Paralysis, with lug Point Needle which Is elentilically'T !, '
t site, Btarke, Fla. Itp Wife to cook for family and of the county raised through' the Marchof ra d e Your
schools money
weekends and look visit the balanced to the tone arm amplifier .' M4
HK.NT: Furnished truest on and She Dimes stand throughout the 95 Old Living ''
," list after woman's farm duties. Wagesdependent next Monday Tuesday. 29 'I'CI
miles and other
"d'nr' road from A. N.town Harris, Rt.off on ability.Write JHS.?*Box'?rencen will be accompanied on her visits Nation to offer financial assistance a speaker, component parts !loom Suit

box> 3111, Starke Fla. Itp 431-Z required.Starke Fla. ItCONStlT by Mra. T, H. Osbonu-, county 'whenever and wherever the These I.tube A-C For A New One '"
are operated Super-
I 1
-On. black' supervisor and conferences with disease strikes, Andrews stated.
mule weighing
:'t 750 pounds aged 13 "..1'''. 8. P. ROWELL. Bplrltual- primary teachers will be held boUt Funds will be received this Large heterodyne radio receiver and record
tlfy A. N. Harris, Rt. 1, box l.t. Medium, and Healer.' State coin cards Issued
tark.. Fla. lip and County licenses I tell you. afternoons. year through payer: cOfllblnatlons. A bullt.ln loop Fir 'p
Srd house north of Cook' Store, Hart's Beauty Salon U happyto to the county's school children, Corner antenna i e ''
Route JOO. 1-10 'tp announce the addition of Grace and In collection boxes placed in provides satisfactory reception ;

I and Lavlnghouze and Charles Winston various localitlea of the business under all normal condltlon
I 28 laying hens one
For Sale pair' of hogs. Write or call at Loft to IU staff. It area. The drive will be climaxedby D o a s
700 N. Walnut St., John X1-ltD Guest of Mrs. Marian Carneyand the annual President' Ball, CABINETS .

f'F.RAL PRR-WAR. State price. Miss Genevieve Shean this. to be sponsored January 30 with $69.50. 4.50b. x i ,

."; I 11, O O K I N Q FOR ADVENTURE? week Is MI I.s Alice Moore of, Chi- the cooperation of the Junior
HTLV I7SEO BBDROOH: VISIT Strange the far-off exotic cornerS land of that|the cago. Woman's Club. Voluntary donations 22.95

scars earth.stir the Imagination. You have I Mra. B. F 'Flowers of Ocala will be received at all times
I the world to choose from Al- at the court house offices of Open An Account
4 PIRFEC: !'.coNDIT1oNREMONADLY : without a worry In the world.Join and Mrs. Robert Conway of Built 40 Fit Const"cted
the V. 8. Army and have bany, New York mother and sister Judge E. K. Perryman, treasurerof
In U8 -
: PRICED traveling expenses paid! have the local chapter. Corner Today '
all your nearest Army r.. of Mrs. P. E. Canova, Will '
Go to! 'your for additional returned to Ocala after a visit Andrews reported that funds of Years
sIn B. B. ROWLAND: einformation.. 8S5 Post Offlc.E'uUdln. with :Mr. and Mrs. Canova. last year proved Inadequate to SAVES SPACE Many

Set. JI..I_. SPOOLS /: g, Gainesville Fla. Jt Mr. and :Mrs. W. A. Edwards of are for Florida's unusual number -

FOR BALB-1 41 Mercury.door Atlanta are vlaiting relative. in i of polio cases; and that !it
Sodas, new motor and paint lob; Starke. I was necessary to cover the deficit We have just received a car load of Period Living Room'
five good tire. radio Rlt cb' and small with donations from other areas,
.. spotlight, feather seat cogre.Ito Mrs. N. T. '
; .. "":kd SEPTIC free ot TANKS chart H. Carter Maxvllle. daughter Diane left -Thursday fora .channeled to' the state throughthe FurnitureSolid, Mahogany'

r'_./.. estimates see Clinton ten day visit with Mra. Bitch's Foundation's. national head- i, ,
S. .*Rd.Tmpl Tourist POSITION clerk-typist WANTEDExperiencedlady would like sister Mrs. Emmett Ralney, in uartera. Florida was one of (SOFAS and ODD CHAIRS) '
Iriim !ttat. 104 at north
i or call ft 8tvk po.lHon In Stark Reply bit Freeman, Va. tout states seriously effected
ttp to, t-1 411-A Btarke, Fla.

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Legion Hall. They were Billy games were enjoyed.

. . . Crosse were visiting friends here Resale Colson! In Starke.of Worthlng- Magician Coming Realty Transfers Weldon. Dalano Thomas, Jerry -Jr. B. Harding. jf Stripe
p I Mrs. Elton Taylor
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mott Announced "by E. A.. Strout Lawson James Newsom and The TELEGRAPH now
: Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Herchell Layfleld and children and Mr. and Mrs. Agency: James Davis. complete stocks of India, 'nkllllllt care
and children of Gainesville were Rahn of Ralford were To Leo P. Heln, Brooklyn N. Twenty scouts and scoutmaster showcard colors. 14 Color.. !
'I.,': By Mrs. T. W. Markey dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh of Mrs.'J. M. Mott and Mr. y. from H.. H. Mott, 40-acre: E. T. Shull were present, and I ed at only I5c, Soc and 35r.: pb
. . . Noon :Mott Sunday. and guests Mrs. L. A. Mott Sunday.Mrs. farm, Brooker. ,
' Ralph :Mott of Washington, D :Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilghman of Ellis Clemens and Miss v" To H. E. Parkhurst, Springfield
j' C., 18 spending a week here with Gainesville were guests of Mr. Coy Clemons of Palmetto are Vermont, front E. T. Young
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam and Mrs. Sam Mott last weekend. spending a while here with Mr. House; lot .and postofflce. building, B.
R. Alvarez &
Mott. Malcolm Lewis was in Valdosta, and Mrs. Colman Williams. Graham. Son
W. Brown, Cleve-
To William
,! Mr. and Mrs. Lyon Crosby Ga.; Sunday. Maloolm Lewis made a
Greensboro were Winfred Hazen Gainesville Thursday. land, Ohio, from F. C.. Holllngs-
4 children of Mr. and Mrs. trip to
P weekend guests of relatives here, have removed to Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Colman Williams worth. Home grad four acres, Transfer & Storage Co.
I ( Mrs. Mel Vlckey and children where Mr. Hazen is employed. are announcing the birth of ,twin, West- Starke. ''
': pent last week In Waldo with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hazen have daughters ,born Wednesday, January To Mrs. Helen D. Shunk from
\ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. purchased the residence and moved 8. C. It. Harper, Home and five Phone 179ldtwimg
: Hinton. In last week. \ Mr. and Mrs T. W. Markeywere acres/North ,Starke. '
) :Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clemens Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney and shopping In Gainesville Recorded In deed files at Court > .
''( : and daughter. Yvonne, of La Mra. Claude Smith returned to Tuesday afternoon'. House: To G. E. Green from AlvaN. We operate local and long
their homes in Baltimore, Md.,, Mr. and Mrs, L. A. Mints of Colson, Lota 1 to 7 and 12' to .I
Block 7, and Iota 11 to IB .allU distance Anywhere in
Friday, following a visit here with Jacksonville 'were weekend guestsof 18 in
the ladles' father, W. O. Rimes. Mr. and Mrs. L.(R. Gainey.Mr. Birch, one of America's fore in Block 8 of Section 8, town- the, State .of'Florida.
i Mrs. B. F. Hazen and Miss: Lu- and 'Mrs.. Paul Stewart of most magicians, with his companyof ship 7 south. Price Indicated. by &:
; bedla Plnholster were In Jackson- Starke were recent guests of his artists will play an documentary stamp$4000. Fast Careful
: ville recently.Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stew! assisting In .Starke on Friday To E. M. Lewis from Mrs. J. A. Moving
1'1''I engagement .
and Mr. and ;Mrs. A. L. .
O. B. Colson were Phifer "
and Mrs. -
f 5000 night, Jan. 31, In the! BHS (USO) 9
Sunday guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. auditorium at 7:30: o'clock. Crosby, 234 acres in Price .6, .. .. .. .. .. .. .._-
7 south.
and 10, township
Bradford Has 30 The Birch show is said tl} be indicated$7T00.

Enrolled- at U of F the largest magic production now To J. H. Crawford, Hlllsborough Service
' Complete
on tour in this, country. Equipment County, from Carl Johns. North fI-(,..
'I Figures released by the' University scenery and effects valuedIn half of northeast quarter of Sec- ---' ,
: of Florida' this week show excess of $25,000: are carried tion 21, and northwest quarter of ::.s Looks like It's going to be I
that Bradford County now has a and will be seen: In the performance northwest quarter*ot Section 22, ;;'\' r' = a long time yet before
n9 total of 30 students enrolled In here. Slicing a beautifulgirl township 7 .south. Price Indicated \ H many of us get that new
clcAn the Institution-the greatest num- Into four parts, shooting alive : $8000.Boy car.we've been waiting for.

You Can'tSTRETCH ber in history. Many, of course, canary into a burning light ...qr::; . Therefore, it's more important -
are taking advantage of the educational bulb and causing s.live pony to Scout NewsFive than ever to let usLubrication
advantages of the G. I. vanish in mid-air are a few ot the Certified
Bill of Rights. magic pot-pourri of thrills and Starke lads'passed their '". keep your bid ,.car in A-l

Now enrolled at the Universityare fun that will be presented.This teats and became Tenderfoot condition. _

*A $5,000 Fire Policy'to ,AT ITS BEST : A. Z. Adkins 'Jr., James Har- production Is being broughtto Scouts during the weekly meetingof Washing -'Polishing '- Waxing u'..
.,...,. wick, Robert E. BiggS,, Emory Starke by the Chamber of Commerce the Starke Boy Scout Troop ,
cover $10,000 Lois I We Are Experts At Brown, Harlan G. Burgett. Char- and the sponsor's share of Monday night at the American STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS .. -,
lie P. Cowen DeWItt C. Crawford, receipts will go toward the construction
Restoring The. Neatnessof Paul L. Dunking Jr., Alfred :M. of a new baseball field assist In notifying the War' and -
L B. Alvarez Service Station
Get Our I Inventory Booklet Your. ...Wardrobe- Dye, Geo. B. Flynn Jr., Mack: at BHS. Tickets may be obtainedat Navy Departments.,
Futch, Melvin B. Futch, John R. the Chamber of Commerce. of
Charley E. Johns ALL GARMENTS Hargrave, Enos Hayes, Glenn S. Lice .. 0"'v Temple Ave,. at Call St-*

HAND FINISHED Howard William N. Long James CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION .. r.. ,. ....
Agency... W. Patray. George C. Powell,
.* Government-Seeks ... . ... ., .... .
11" Dempsey R. Sapp, Thos. M. Scott, 60-0--- - - --
Phone .IS 8TARKK, FLA.RtprMtntlng James p. Sewed Fred A. Shaw, To Contact FamiliesOf

a Phillip C.' Shuford, L. F. SmithJr.
"BCtEANER ., Leland B. Sponholtz, A. J. War Dead SEE ARNOLD GR1FFIS
Thomas Jr., William Henry; Tow- Families of America's war

THE TNAVEI ERe.Hertford Washington St..Starke ers. dead, buried overseas, are being

advised of the .Federal govern-
Negro'House Bums ment's plans for the return of
remains for interment in local ot'
Southern Lumber Company Fire levelled a small frame residence national cemeteries.The Fresh Pork Liver PuddingHog's

\. 10th St.,- Two.Blocks East of Depot Saturday night In the local notification, made ,
known as KnIght'squarters .
,'I. _. Starke Fla. Negro section through Albert Lee Crosby, county /
north Cherry and .\
x of service officer, states that Head Cheese
ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER 10th streets.The "the government Is anxious to
located beyond -
building was
locate the widow, parents, or
.. the City Limits, and flames ..
other next of kin ascertain \ .
to I '
Logs Purchased at the, Millor were well advanced before the 11 yro
their desires as to the return and .
Stumpage Bought firemen were notified The City '"' '
burial veteran.
Department wetted down the sur- ,
the If the family prefers, the body *
rounding area to prevent tOAD
I blaze from spreading neighboring will be burled In 'a permanent Phone 64 STARKE ON GRIFFIS *

Sell Your TIMBER NOW!. houses. The 'structure was military of. the cemetery remains overseas.to the family Return -' (!On-the-Minit Service .
-- the property''of Col. D. E. Knight. will be' for.local' burial .or In 'a ...._ .. _.__ .. _._ _n_.....,_._._ ------t q
at 10:18 I ,
:The alarm was sounded : o ; '
National Cemetery,*Cramatton'Is
Highest CASH Prices Paid"- p.m.With. I also provided for. .. .
i Persona Interested should bring
Sign Service' their: papers ,,to Crosby'who, will

L. M. Drake announces that Ed '
: Sllvernall Is now associated .with DONUTS :ROLLS Q
him In the' Drake Sign Service ., '. ,
ij; OR ,BY THE UNIT which haa offices 'in the Florida PIES& CAKES J<. ,0 .
"- ; ? '\
Plastics building. None are ,betterthan 'i'I\

EDWIN' W. PECKP. CARD We wish TIIANK8'to thank our many. '; >y.eiPICKUP., AND, "

friends for the kindness shown 'ua, LappeBakery .!
during the Illness and death of "
O. Box 463 Gainesville Fla. '
our beloved daughter and sIster .
Helen E. Griffis, and also for the makes ; DELIVERY SERVICEBY
Send Me A Postcard beautiful'flowers. ,., ,
And I 'Will Come To See You Mr. and Mrs. Kelton'Griffis CAKES MADE TO ORDER .' i\T.iT. .,
and family.
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tf j ','. ,

There'll be more good beeur fox ..; FOR ... '

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more folks if you return '. NEW METHOD CLEANERS,' '

empty beer bottles promptlylj r

All Work Thoroughly Inspected

Before ''** .
BECAUSE there's a serious shortage of bottles f -H l' _
: .
: .
you'll help everybody who loves good riifrirerr ., -. .\"i'.1'<:_.'

beer if you return your empty beer bottles j/ "

.w. o'...... ...a_'_ .. .:. I '
without delay. r-'-'-'"'"! .,.. "Keep t
> Clean 'With
.... .!-f-" '-.t.i"'j'( '''''' .' (1nn' Green '
i" ;
: !M'J I ,tt: .
Please don't let them accumulate in '! '

They're II I I I.! rl// ', '. \ '.. .
garage or on your back porch. really 1 :i '. S.-

needed if we are going to be able to I'' // / ,' "'\ '
supply \\\I\ f19/////L7!//!! / INK M ,

:all lovers of good beer with JAX, the golden, '11''ii; I "

mellow Drink' of Friendship." S S**,.****?*... ...... ,UUiI I

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'.j.;.%*-L-0 ,,- p22Sa- 5-4a u ""''--.311' p'.

&-- W can make plenty of JAX now, but we :. ,
1_'" % "_ '"II ,| ,' I i >i>( ;'I' r" .
can't get it to you unless we have bottles. %%, rare
e t: E R .

Thanks a lot for your cooperation. tJAX r / e sr e StaJxhsose ,aas ....: '.

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DAV. JANUARY 17, 1947' .
. . '. Will Williams ,
of Lake
Butler Mrs. S. N. Johns Sunday.
New RiverBy was visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Sammy Kelly of Raiford was Baptist ChurchThe
Crews Sunday'afternoon. the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. J. Church
News Sunday School of the
The School Friends and relatives of R. J. Moody Sun. First SPECIAL MEETING
Church la
S .. I. .: _ Turner will be glad to know that Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parrish continuing .
he is home again following 18 and son J. T., of Brooker were Its study and discussion ot
I Services were held Sunday In' months of overseas 'service. visiting Mr and Mrs. J. J. Moody To Hold Cottage the Gospel of John with the les
Ing Bridge Christian Church bye FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCHNow
ReV. D.' 'A. Greek of Jack-I' Mr. and Mrs C. E. Andrews recently.Mr. I Prayer Meetings son. "Tha New Birth", for SlIn-
and Mrs.
The minister was din made a business trip to Gaines- Guy'Parrlah of day Jan. 19.Continuing.
nville. the- of ville Thursday of last week. Brooker were recently visiting A In Progress Every Night
guest during day Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Whitehead, f series 'of cottage prayer "January Studies of
I Mrs. .Je.... Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish of meetings will be held at a fore- Jonah", the pastor the Rev L.
Irs E. A.Sapp and),son, Leslie Hellbronn Springs were guests of SCHOOL SPONSORING SUOW runner of the evangelistic campaign -, D. Haines will speak at the 7:30 P. M. Through Jan. 26
1& Jessie Lazanby and chil- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews Sat- A comedy and fun show featuring whjch will begin at the I morning worship hour on "Jonah .. ..
U, and Mrs. Rhoda Dowling urday., the Jubilee Hill Billies will Methodist Church on Sunday, Jan.I "r
Ore vlsIHn( 'friends and relatives Clyde Cone of Brooker was be presented tonight (FMday). 26. Everyone".Is Invited to attend and Others": presenting a broadenlng Special MusicInspirational
(Jacksonville Sunday. visiting >Mr. and Mrs C. E. Andrews Jan. 17 at 8 o'clock In the' New and enjoy a spiritual feast: the Lord.experience' of Jonah, with
'l1e weekly prayer meeting was Saturday afternoon.Mr. River school here. The; price of of good tinging and an interest- Singing

kj last night (Thursday) with I i and 'Mrs. M. 1*. Johns and admission will be 23 and 60 centa! ing program. Thursday Jan. 33, study Training of "The Unions Book meet of for God's the ,.. "r t .
k and Mrs. T. H. Sheppard. children were dinner guests ,of for children and adults :respec lat 7:30;: p. m. Providence", with the aim The
tively. Adding to the fun will be Mrs Bertha Pearce. West MadIson :
cake casting of all anxiety upon God.
a walk
This is the third lesson under the Evangelist W. Bill Stroup
\Mrs. O. L. Haynes, South Water theme for January: "The Book of: v
Let' ,Us Cure Your Meat More MinistersAt Street. the Knowledge of God". I

_ Penney Farrris Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin The Hour of Evangelism begin- of Williamsport ,Pa. "
North Temple Avenue. ning at 7:30: again brings an Inspiring ,
Plain Salt Cure Than During War .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lott, near message by the pastor.

or'Sugar ,Cure I housing The Penney units of Farms French distinctive archi- Farmers Others Market.will be announced later. held Sweetest Mid-week at.7:30:Hour prayer on of Wednesday.the service Week the is EVERYBODY 'WELCOME:, fill

tecture now house more ministersand .,'

We also have lockers to put your I possible their during wives the than war has years been according At The Tabernacle Prayer Meeting !Hfti"i"Bflimj''''''''iiitittiflfHHfli' ,'ii'ntHBi'''fffHi, ,'iwninmii'' ,,HIM m'n',HtmittmiiifHti, UHIIHH''''''''''HI<'11 ft'*'tuti' ''inn, ''"ttfii ninniw) "niwnrimnimnmuwwm'''' ''-'' '' '''''' ''' wnsmmm" ..wmm""""mnwmMwimn' I ,,

meat .in after it is cured and smoked. to an article In the Clay This was "Missionary .Sunday"
County Crescent. I at the Tabernacle bringing In- Cottage Prayer Meeting, conducted
I by J. V. Luke i REVIVAL.
Many retired ministers In the spiration' and information to all Griffis, will be held at and the H.home E.: COMING! iW'
colony accepted war-time assign who attended. Tuesday and Wed-
of Vasco
Grlffls. three miles
ments, filling: vacancies left by nesday evenings Mrs. Ethel Bell northof .! %
those who entered the service, of French West Africa, and Rev. Starke on Route 200 Thursday .Rev. i
STARK ICE COMPANYPhone night Jan. 23/at 7:30: o'clock. ;
and thus the population of Penney Gulbransen of the Philippines The public is invited. t'I
Farms dropped to Its lowest level brought thrilling messages concerning I
during the war years., their work. 'Bert Turner < ii I
12 Starke Fla. Christian ChurchA
,Eighty-four minsters are now Friday night Rev. Tullar of NI- .
said to be housed In the unique geria will be welcomed to born twice '
again series of meetings, conductedby I IVas : (physical : I
Green community Cove between Springs. Starke Widows and of periences.the Tabernacle to tell of his ex- Evangelist W Bill Stroup .of & spiritual) In llel- 'X I 'I

ministers several Wllllamsport. Pa., Is now in prog- : fast. Northern Ireland ; k i I
The Young Peoples' Meeting ress at the First Christian Church and came: through; the

DRAKE 'SIGN SERVICE' units.About 20 percent of the community's Saturday night will be conductedby In Starke each evening at 7:30: great Irish I Revival \ ,I
'I Miss Vivian Hazen. Older persons o'clock. It will continue until I when the city of Belfastwas Y
population has been mill I
tary personnel during the emerg- Interesting are also programs invited to hear these January to attend., and the public Is InvIted < turned from "Civil J -

"SIGNS OF ALL KINDS"' ency. A revival will begin next week \ War To Revival Victory

with the Rev: Bert Turner, Irish Coming t 0 Can.
. e Singing ConventionThe I
NEON- Evangelist of Cicero Ill, bring, ada with his parents in1929viafter
TheressaBy ing the messages. See advertisement Bradford County Singing !v I completing t tf

PAINTING i elsewhere In this Issue. Convention's monthly gatheringwill his High-School educa t'I
Eva Mae Trlest be held Sunday January 26, tion and a course In ,
. I I. at Graham. There will be dinneron business training at the I

AUTOS & REFRIGERATORS Methodist Church the grounds, and everyone is Municipal College o f
K. B. and Walter Swindell were
Invited to bring a basket. The "
In Gainesville and Waldo on busIness of the 11 Technology h e entered' 'j
Serving Northeast Florida Subject a. m. sermonIn assembly will begin at 11 a. m. Toronto Bible College
Saturday. the Methodist Church Sunday ;i
PHONE 70 P. O. BOX 424 Mr. and Mrs. L. G. SIbley of will be "Great Heroes", In keepIng and received his i basic ,
Flora Home are visiting their with the Crusade for Christ Bible education. Since '
STARKE eon Elbert and family, this week program. This being the birthday he has been actively en. .. I .
Miss Elizabeth PhillIps of Jacksonville of Robert E. Lee honor will EXPERTSERVICE gaged In' Youth and 'f\ j I

spent the weekend herewith be paid to his memory. The choir Evangelistic work in Canada and ILSIA.: having held i
her father D. J. Phillips, will sing a special anthem In services' In most all denominations. Ii, II
and family. keeping with the program Of the J I
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier day. In 1935 Evangelist Bert Turner originated the 'i, I
Just and son, Billie, were visiting her The evening service'will be Incharge popular Moonlight Gospel Cruise chartering great pleas- r i\ I

father J. J. Zelgler' J and family of Mrs. GarfIeld Evans of ure steamers and now,such: cruises are leaving docks In .I
Sunday. Holguln Cuba who will share here major clUes
throughout Canada and
New RAYON HOSE carrying ,
Bobbie Hall of Stark was th 8 ,
at this
experience and testimony thousands
of :'Ifiousfou Thruman l of "young .and old aboard with the entire "
guest Jils : ,
time. Bh..wUl"shOw motion pictures .
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Guage: ,
; Dickinson here Sunday.Mr. of her travels In'Cuba. : f t" :.1
and Mrs. Arthur Milliken "
in and will
some technicolor ex-<
Girl'. DRESSES NEW and 'children, of Ocala spent Sunday '
plain the scen s. All Cubans and Hear Him At The :,4' !
Sizes 2-: to ,,6 '. '. 1.35 EachGirl' : here with relatives. their friends are especially In- Chas c. '
Miss Muriel Raley attended the vited. The Junior Choir will be '
= Young People's ,Council with Mr. heard In a special selection under 'ShepherdAt GOSP"EL'TABERNACLE Wi f
DRESSES NEW and Mrs. Durden in Jacksonville the leadership of Mrs. Jeanette

Sizes Each Saturday and Sunday. Klncald. Gay's Service Station I
6 to 12 1.75 : Jan. 20th t
Services at the Baptist Church Young People meet at 6:30p. : I Through 26th- .. ':!,

| Ladies' New Aprons, All Sizes 75c ea. school Sunday at 10 will a. m.include, preaching Sunday service with m. Sunday class for School at 10 a. n INIIwYngIINIYININIIIWNIN1111111Wwllllllwwlnnl4114/IIIWn1nX"!' '''', '' '' '' '' '''''''', '' / '' ,'',Wl1'' 4nIAXwIM''' ,,, "IIpNI' nYllw.wwllall' '' I f'I I 1111II-tllWl, I YAYIIWUWYW., .....:-'' 1 k 1
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at 11 a. m. conducted by the .'. f
Rev. Webb of Green Cove Springs, ;
Girl's Aprons New; 40c EachGirl' BTU at 6:30: p. m., and eveningpreaching Heilbronh 'Baptists in I'll''
Again 1946
services at 7:30. Everyone ;
is invited. Every Saturday hat been set
OVERCOATS Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Johns of aside for members and friendsto
Sizea -8..ia.16 .. .. 4.95 EachGirl's Hampton wish to thank their work on the new building'.that
many friends here In Theressa for was started by the Heilbronn

New COATSSizes kindnesses shown their son Baptist Church on New Year's
Day. Everyone Is Invited,to have
Grady, during' his recent Illness
3 to 6 . '. 3.95, EeachNick's a part in building this new house CHEVROL
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Regular services each Sunday: ETl
House For stamp pads, stamp pad Sunday School 10 .. mi:; Church
[ Bargain Ink, rubber stamps, deters, num- 11 a. m.: B.rr. U. 5:45: p. m.:
berers: see The TELEGRAPH. evening services 7 p m.

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Beautifully Illustrated .

IT'S AbWw ";, By Stereopticon Slides In Color ,

Presented by Geo. F. Tibbitts

President of the Gospel Volunteers of

the World, Inc. r1'?

and Gordon L. Purdy, Vice-Pres.' FWtIN CAR PRODUCTION 'ffittff\ TRUCK PRODUCTION

t' ?* Park-Of-The Palms Auditorium'Keystone 1iut'N, COMBINED. CAR AND TRUCK PRODUCTION I

#, Heights, Fla. AGAIN lit the close: of 1946= to be able to build more and more of '

America's need for new these fine products which America is

Sundays in Jan., Feb., March --= 3:30 P. M. motor can: and trucks .Is most urgent buying so eagerly--the only motorcar
r -the Chevrolet Motor Division of
Jan. 19th: The Best News for Every ,Individual .- General Motors leads all other manufacturers LOWEST COST-the only truck
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This means that Chevrolet is first in LOWEST COST-the complete

pa..enger car production 'flrtt in Chevrolet line which stands out as the'
Jan. 26th: Palestine the Holy Land. Here
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follow the of Jesus Christ
we footprints as
bind passenger car nd truck Meanwhile it stands
reason you'll
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all Chevrolet plants were closed com delivery by purchasing the
is no place like ours for delicious, Feb. 2nd: Do you Know Where We Can Find pletely during the first three months of America's largest builder product of
wholesome, home-cooked food. Here you Peace: and Good Cheer for This Bewildered of care
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Naturally Chevrolet
hopes and trucks-Chevrolet!
of fam-
can enjoy the delightful comfort World ,

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heart's content. Treat your family to a A Cordial Welcome Is Extended To All f"1.oce and keep your order with us for a new Chevrolet and get biggest value as well as I i':''
delightful meal bring them here for '- earliest possible delivery! -i
dinner .tonight. Auditorium Comfortably Heated. ''f .

Nationally Known Guest Speakers* for Feb LINE IN ITS FIELDS ;

HILL'S COFFEE'SHOP sages.Take ruary and March: Will Deliver Timely Ales- TORo CHEVROLET CO.Starke f:

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,I many occupational licenses coverIng of Adoption should not be entered Order In next four weekly Isiues. T. Frank LaYidrum, Starke, Fla. Indiana. '
I : Starke Library May Leave Cramped QuartersFor the pedlod ending Sept. 30, to the Petitioners. Witness my hand and official Atty. for Plf. 1-17; 4t S-T You are required tr ,
Bradford seal at Starke, Florida, this Jan '
I County Telegraph hall February 17,
Spacious New Memorial Project SoonIn 1947 are still unpaid.It publish thin Order In the next four nary 11, 1847.OFFICIAL IV CIRCUIT C COURT BRADFORD named ,Court 1947 and, |In theet
; was also pointed, out that a weekly Inaues thereof four' publication ( SEAL A. J. Thomas, COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN- plaintiff seeks divorce cruse. '"h""'-"
only being required. Aa Clerk of said Court. cuur. County Telegraph! ,""""
a matter of months now discount of 2 percent will be Witness. my hand 'and official Joiieph K. "Skipper' Williams BuildIng Order In n.xt'lolir weeW"'I
Lucille Denmark Shirley,
lira.: Jeanette C. Young gtarke taxes paid before coal at Starke, Florida, till I&th -, 7 W. Forayth St. .JackllOnvlll".1 Plaintiff Witness my hand ."i
made on city vn. H. R. Shirley, Defendant, Case and
Three New Homes day of January A. D. lUT, 1,, Fla. Atty for Plf. 1-17 4t *-1, i seal at Starke, Florid 0!(
librarian should have room January 31. Taxpayers will be (OFFICIAL Thomas No, 5347.: uary 18, 1941.OFFICIAL 'his 1
enough to put her feet comfort- Under ConstructionConstruction delinquent if payments are not an clerk of said Court.J IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR I ( SEAL)
beneath her desk. before 1. My Lucille cT Conner, D. C.Oreen (;COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN.CERY. Aa Clerk of said Court.T1"
ably made April
" & Green Starke, Fla. ; R'I Lucille C. Conner, ,
In recent months quarters have of three new residences Attorney tor Petitioner. Ida Or ace Plaintiff, vs. Shirley, whose residence and address T. Frank I.andrum, Starke n o
been so crowded In the tiny one- in West Starke was well NOTICEThere 1-lTt 4t 2-7 Milton M. .p..rrYb.. Case In: 634 let Street, Columbus, Atty. for elf. t,17. 1t

I room library housed in the Wom- advanced this week.A No.- MSB.ORDER'. OF PUBLICATIONAND
an's Club building, that Mrs. nine-room frame cottage is will be a meeting of the II* CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD NOTICE TO APPEARS
Executive Board and COUNTY' FLOK1UAI IN CHAN ,\TE OF FLORIDA to: MiltonM.
Young has been forced to store being erected by Errol Alvarezat Red Cross cElly. .
Perry, whose residence and address -
around 150: volumes under her Orange and Lafayette Streets. Fund Campaign Planning Com- Jackie Silcox Daniel. Plaintiff v.. let USB Benevolence: (AH-13)
mittee Jan. 17, 10:00: Henry Daniels, Jr., Defendant. Case *% Fleet Post Office, San Francisco,, JgMaterials
desk-the only vacant space in, Alvarez Is doing the carpenterwork on Friday No. 5320. Calif. )
I the room not already occupied by himself, and hopes to com A. M. in the Armory.We ORDER! OF PUBLICATION You are required to appear on
I' books. plete the home early this sum AND NOTICE TO APPEAR February 17.' 1947, In the above
to: Henry named .ourt and cause, whereinplaintiff
:i Indeed the book lover addicted mer. have letter and legal size Daniel, Jr., whose residence and seeks divorce. Bradford
to a bit of occasional browsing: Construction. proceeding on papers to suit your needs: onionskin address Massachusetts l.: 4e. Irvine Street.,Salem, County Telegraph shall publish this of all types, and
Order In next four weekly Issues.
; was always bitterly disappointed I Mrs. Collette Green Roster's attractive bond, rig content, second: You are required to appear on Witness my hand and official
t the Starke li concrete block-and-frame sheets etc The TELEGRAPH.Fresh February 17, 1947, In the above seal at Btarke, Florida, this January ,colors; cottons, rayons, and
when calling at named Court and came wherein 10, 1947.OFFICIAL .
brary. There Just wasn't room bungalow, at West Call and stock-of excellent typewriter plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ( SEAL) A.'J. Thomas woolens. Simplicity
County Telegraph shall publish this
As Clerk of Bald Court. '
to browse. In fact unless he Myrtle streets.A ribbons at TilE TELE Order' In next four weekly Issues. By: Lucille C, Conner D. C. patterns in stock to suit
t kept hid elbows pretty close to small frame residence will be GRAPH. Only 60c each for all Witness my hand and official Chas. R. Hess 204-05 Realty Build
'. his sides he waa apt to'dislodge built on Lafayette, west of makes typewriters and adding seal uary at 11,'Starker 1947.OFFICIAL Florida, this Jan. Atty.Ing1, Jacksonville for Plf. Florida.1-17 4t 2-, your sewing needs. Also '(
i i an avalanche of encyclopedias and Orange Street by H. F. Clover- machines. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
A* Clerk of said Court. embroidery transfers.
thus precipitate a tragedy often settle of Thereasa. IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
formerly Carlton & Brown, 209 Law Exchange ;
feared: that some day an Innocent Building;, Jacksonville, Fla. EU'Y.; .
{ would-be browser would Oeorge SuI!! Plaintiff, vs. IlgaSluce un-
4t be smothered to death beneath Many City Licenses llltVCKRY.IN (4OUVTY. ,FLORIDA IV IV CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD ORDER, Defendant.OF PUBLICATIONAND Cane No 6348. bleached) for Agricultural Pur-

cascading volumes in the tiny Still Unpaid UK- ADOPTION OF MINOR COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN NOTICE) TO APPEAR poses Tobacco & Seed Beds.
book-filled room. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Mary Manley Hoagland, Plaintiff,. whose residence and addressIs
But at last, today. Mrs. Young The fact that many local businessmen STATE! OF FLORIDA tot Mary vs Joseph C. Homeland, Defendant.. : Kandava, Latvia. EVERY DAY'IS BARGAIN DAY at the
Alken. whoso postortlce address and '
Cane No. 6219.ORDER
are delinquent in renewing You are required to appear on
I Is able to see the light of hopein residence address Is % Uero's Tavern I OF PUBLICATION February 11, 1947' In the above
( ( spite of book shelves almost their city occupational licenses Plattsburg, N. Y, I AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR I named court and cause, wherein
which were due last Octo- Pear lie and Levy W. Green Petitioners STATE; OF FLORIDA to: Joseph plaintiff: seeks divorce. Bradford
obscuring the windows). The have lied their PetitionIn C. Hoagland whose ... County Telegraph shall publish this STAR
,' Stark Woman's Club months ber 1 was pointed out by City the above Court their Intentionto address !. 411 8. Wenael Street ',Order In next four weekly: issues.Witness : Store
Clerk Carl Johns at the regular legally adopt your eon Perry Louisville, Kentucky my hand and official
conceived of adequate
ago the idea an the Council Tues Joe Alken a minor. You are required'to appear on seal at Wtarke: Florida, this January -
f library as a memorial to meeting of City You are required to appear on February 17, 147, In the above
and ,day night. the 11th day of February A. named Court and 'cause wherein ( tfIlI.4EAL) A. J. Thomas.As .
county's fighting men Clerk out that 1947, and show cause If there JY.I I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Clerk of said Court.
The pointed
women in World War II. The t. any that you have why an Order County Telegraph shall publish this By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
ae project met Instant favorable response -
and last week three local

boards-the County Commissioners '
the School Board and the .. :. ,, I .
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City Council -- pledged'amounts '
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totaling $1,800 for the new Mem- ; :\:.: .
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orial Library. The remaining .. '. "JIL.''J"', .. . .. ; .. .\.I'. .-.....".. : '
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$1200 of the $3000 estimated total I t ,0 ; '. "'" '; \ ( .
will be provided from Club funds "-s. 9 -

and public subscription.! '

The new library will be housedin
an addition to the north side ciuitmak ,

of the present club building, pro- .
viding space of about 65 by 36 on :
feet.. It will be equipped with
the most modern'library fixtures,
including shelving and f .
reading tables for the convenienceof I.

patrons. Plans have been made :
according to estimates and, recpm-
mondatlons of T. B. Campen of J//

Remington Rand, Inc., and work
on the project will likely begin '
Within the next few weeks. : jW:,, -
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' The Starke Library began July p i. ,'i'' o''JI'' '. ii; : ..
15, 1935 as a WPA project with %
s, a nucleus of 1150: volumes, provided -
.j largely from the private
collection of the librarian. When ...
I'' WPA support! ceased the library

-i.p was maintained with funds provided 1 1e
by the county the city and '

the Woman's Club. 'outomoJiesI rr

The collection now consists of
6,030 volumes but Mrs. Young
o- has long ceased to buy books in .r
quantity because of lack of storage

space. As soon' a* the library -
moves Into Its new quarters 1 .
.he will use funds on hand .

( to add many more ,volumes. ,. .' ,.t. a.. .i' D' .<*1 _,...'. ... ... .. .. ,:......,..-.
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Will As&t With '. ,, '- _. .-

Income Tax ReturnsLeonard \ Remember 'i :; :'. f: ;

the old story. ? Where the teacher said: .- ,,,
F. Pawllcki, of Jack- ...
sonville, deputy collector of the "Jimmy, how would you divide three apples among four ,
Internal Revenue Service remind.
: ed local Federal Income taxpayers people?" And Jimmy answered: "Make apple sauce! _
this week that returns for 1946

March must be 15.filed All persons not later whose than In- We wish Jimmy could solve our problem that easily. .

come more will for the be'required year was to $500 file: re-or So far we've led the whole, world in production of

turns (on Form 1040 or the Withholding thousands I'I I
Statement) with the Collector postwar cars. e delivering of 1946 Fords. e

Is of Internal Revenue.It 9 But we still have unfilled orders for over a '
stated that although most

taxpayers will be able to prepare q -t"", million more.
their own returns, persona need- < .
4 ,
ing advice or assistance
same without charge may from receive 9, a You know the reason for the lag: in filling .

9 a. m. to :5 I
p. February 27
and 28, when a deputy collectorwill I those orders the labor shortages, the material t > M M F a > 'S>W" t,

House be present at the. Court 1 1 shortages, and all those other hitches i in getting '' ,

i back to normal.'r
Lex Green Sells ...

Union County Paper 'i \x That doesn't leave us many apples to divide. '

t to Sale D. L.of Woitehurst the Union of County Tallahasseewas Times And as fair and square as we try to be, we just : .

i owner announced R. A. last(Lex week) Green by the of '1 .' can't' make apple sauce from automobiles.:. But what i ''r f i t (I;

Starke. Mr. Whitehurst served as do is tell what Ford t Pik'we
Y puflrtla Joelations consultant for can you a great :you've. ; -

the last State Comptroller J. M. got coming up in your future. ....
Lee until the latter's death several .
months ago. ,

In announcing the sale, ex-Con .} And while you're waiting, one other thing we /
i gressman Green, who recently acquired -
an automobile agency In can do is urge you to let us keep an eye on your'r. II

Starke, stated that .being a pubJlfhtr. .t M.va
an auto salesman, a farmer present Ford to protect your safety comfort and

and an attorney was a little
investment. 1.
: too big an assignment. He chose '*.. .
to relinquish his folio as a publisher .
I because such a decision
would directly benefit more of Ws
4tjende. :

t I, j I Andrews Motor Co. i >

For stamp pads, stamp pad
I I Ink rubber stamps, daters nombcrtra Starke Florida -
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see The TELEGRAPH.W.C.T.'U.. +

WE REALIZE eee that the present abnormal demand for automobiles

will not last forever; that the day will come when WE
A foe to God was> never a> SHALL BE KNOCKING AT
YOUR DOOR asking for business.
,u friend to man .
I J.: Therefore, as in the past, we are endeavoring to eo conduct our

i4 You can't keep your spirit I+, business,jthat we may always merit your confidence and respectS
I up by swallowing spirits down.
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SPRAY STOPS I To Housewives IV CmCtTIT COURT BRADFORD County Telegraph shall publish this persons In the State of Florida the Donald Tbreatt' Whose
GAS DUST Hints COUNTY. FLORIDA ,IN CHAN Order In next tour weekly Issues. service of a. subpoena upon whom clo General Deilvar a4j,5
BLUE MOLD IN TOBACCO CERY. Witness my hand and official would bind the said .defendants or Cal'ol1na. Canl en. :.t
TISDALE! SAYS I FAMILY FOOD PLAN Ruth Moran Plaintiff, vs. Wallace seal at Starka Florida, this Jan- either of them. That It Is the be You are required to ,
What IsFFA1FAutor's rLANT Jvwett Moran Defendant Caae No. uary 7, 1947. tlet'of' the Plaintiff that the said before Monday appear on
5330. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs defendants are each over ,the ace In the above named January 27 147"
Blue mold In tobacco beds can Mothers of young children ORDER OB" PUBLICATION1 Clerk of said Court. of 21 years wherein plaintiff seeke Court and rB ,

be prevented by either gas dust. sometimes feel they must plan AND NOTICE TO APPEAR My Lucille C. Conner, D. C., IT IS THEREFORE ORDEREDthat ford County Telegraph divorce'nrai-
STATE or FLORIDA to: Wai William D. Mor..ant' Fifth Floor the defendants, O. B. McCay, Ueh this Order In shall 9th.
Note After seeing or spray says Dr. W. B. TIsdale, two sets of menus-one for the lac. Jswett Moran, whose residence Clarke BuildingJacksonville... Fla. Canal Timber Corporation, JamesH. I.aue. next four W.e
: plant pathologist at the University youngsters one for older membersof and address lei unknown. Atty. for :plf. 1-10 t 1-31 Foss, any and all persona claimIng Witness f
FFA" In action at the annual I'ar- r interest under him and John my hand AntI .
Experiment the family. But actually, You are required to appear on leal at Starke.. '
of Florida Agriculture Florida 'W11
ent-and-Son Banquet held her February 10, 1947, In the above IN CIRCUIT COVRT. BRADFORD Wagner, and any heIr., assignees day of December this i 27th
Station.. He urges all small children need the same I named court and CauSe, wherein COUNTY. FLOHIUAl IN CHAN and persona claiming under his I (OFFICIAL S 1946.
December 13 the Telegraph If alive if the unknown .
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford CKRY. title :t.rcout.J. Tht"
their parents As Clerk I >
to foods say of
to make plana now basic iH
U. convinced that the general pulHo growers County Telegraph shall publish thl. Carol Ohrel Perry Plaintiff -v.. heirs' at law, legatee, devisees or By Lucille C.
about thlM control the disease.Faradtcholorbenzene. nutritionists of the U. S. Depart- Order In next four weekly Issues. Phillip James Ferry, Defendant.Case grantee of each of the above John J. Henderson Connor D. C.
should know more Eeq
No. 6301.ORDER named parties and all personsclaiming. Ht
that I... wo' greatly la the basis ment of Agriculture. The simple Wltneia my hand and official Hah,, title or Interest In u..tlne, Fla" Atty for PIt AUI.
organization OF PUBLICATION '
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suitable for children'sfood seal at Wtarke<< Florida, this Jan- 4t
and to the desorubed
farm of the treatment. Growers preparation AND NOTICE 'TO APPEAR property above _
of g
influencing the lives our gas uary 1947.O3'F'ICiAL .
and In the Bill of
broadcast 6 PDB also brings out natural flavors ( SEAL,) A. J. Thorn., STATU OF FLORIDA to Phillip IW CIRCUIT COURT.
youths. We believe that It po can grade A Clerk of said James Perry, whose residence. and filed herein do appear on the Ibt COUNTY. DR.\OI"ORD
tends a greater day for agrlru crystals on top of the regular for grown-ups to enjoy. lly* Lucille C. Conner, D. C. aildresa. Is: A8N 39 155 121 E-ltfRS day of the January A. D. Complaint 1947 to CERY, FLORIDA 1\1: (,H"" .
said Bill of
tore In Bradford County, and ware plant bed cover late in the afternoon For youngsters and adults alike I). B. Knlffht. Stark, Fin. Texan.Field, No. BOB .&Ayuw.sii., : : Paso, filed answer against them at the office of Jessie 1I4'ae Groorn Owens, I'J'I .
Atty. for l'lf. 4t 1-31 tiff, va. Je".le .
110 t!
plca.MeC1 to reproduce tIm following then cover the bed over- clan menus to Include these You are ..required to appear on I and the Clerk for Eradford of the Circuit County,Court Florida In, dant. Case No. 6309.OWen, Defeq.

Information concerning the night with heavy sheeting cloth basic food groups: iv: CIHCVIT: ('0 IT liT. nRAnronn January 27, 1947," In the above and that this Order be published In ORDER OF PUBLICATION' '

4 organlza Uon.) and uncover the next morning. Leafy green and yellow vege- COIINTV.' FLURI11AI IN ('''AN- named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein the Bradford published County Telegraph In Bradford a STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPrin

I The Future Farmers of America, They should make the first application tables-at least once a day. CKHV. County Telegraph shall publish this; County newspaper Florida, once a week for M. Owens whose residence to and: J.81lt
, Emma Knthryn McBrMe "Williams, Order In next four weekly Issue dress is ad
'. commonly known as the FFA Is on the day they first Citrus fruit, tomatoes once Plaintiff, VH. Howard Otis Williams, Witness my hand and official! four return consecutive date stated weeks In this before Order the South Carolina.Meeting Street, CharlOlto

!' the national organization of, band observe' blue mold in the bed and dally If'' possible. Defendant ORDER Cane OF PUBLICATIONAND No. 6124 Meal at Starke Florida, this December and Notice. You are required to SPPeAr
vocational repeat it the following night. If 24 1940.OFFICIAL WITNESS my hand and the seal February 8rd l1U7, In the 0,
. I for boys studying Potatoes, sweet potatoes one NOTICE TO APPEAR ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, of named Court'axiS abut,
this Court on thIs the 2nd day cause,
I and the 8TATH OF Howard 'h".I
the dlacaaa Is widespread FLORIDA to:
secondary As Clerk of said Court. Plaintiff seeks
agriculture In public ; or more servings daily. Otis William, whose residence and ct January: A. D. 1947, at Btarke, divorce. JJradfo
of temperature Is cool better giveit T Frank Lnndrum, Starke Fla. In the State, find County aforenald. County Telegraph .hall publish
under the provisions nddrosM Is: Route 1, Box 176, Mt. tb4
acjiools;) Atty. for Plf. 12-27 4t 1-17 Order In next four
\\l a third shot the third night, Other fruits vegetablesone Hope West Virginia. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J.. Thomas, weekly Is"uo ,
the National Vocational Educa. Clerk of Circuit Court, Bradford WitnesS my hand and official ,,.,
two You to
or servings dally. are required appear on
at ;
Dr. T dale says. IN CIRCUIT coVerT BRADFORDCOl'Nrr. /County, Florida. .j1tftrke. Florida thl" aOth .
tton Acts. February 10, 1947 In the above ot D.
: camber 1948.OFFICIAL .
' He recommends two pounds of Milk, cheese, Ice cream-two or named court and cause, wherein FLORIDA IV CIIANCKIIV. Oreen & Green, Attorneys for
I 1 As an Integral part of the pro. and In plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Plaintiff. 1-3 4t 1-24 ( SHAM A. J. Thonuu,
three times cooking. As
of vocational, education 'In) PDB for each 100 square yards daily County Telegraph shall publish this I Betty B. Jones, Plaintiff'vs. Henry -. John Clerk of said Court.
gram Henderson
agriculture In the public school when the weather Is mild, three Meat, poultry, fish--once dally, Order In next four weekly Issues. ,6302.o. Jones, Jr., Defendaant. Case No. IN CIRCITIT (,017111'. BRADFORD Atty. for Plf. Esq 1-3 4t j...
Witness- hand
and offlcla'
; system of America the FFA has pounds when it Is cool. The bed If possible. seal at /Htnrkc' Florida thin Jan- I. ORDER OF PUBLICATION CKKY. -

,:. become well known In recent frame must be tightly constructed Eggs-4 or!: more per week per uary A, 1947.O"'l"ICIAL 1 STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Mr. David L. Hunter, PlaIntiff. vs. IN CIRCUIT COURT. MRAnFOHa
, ( EAL) A..J. Thomas, Henry O. Jones, Jr., whose residence Virginia Dlx Hunter Defendant. COUNTY, FLOltIDA 1V: ('H.Cl1ltY. .',.
years. No national student 01'II the PDB crystals evenly distrIbuted person. i Aa Clerk ef said Court. and address I. % Mr Henry Case No. 5315.ORDER .

enjoys greater freedom and the bed covered beans and nuta--one'' By Lucille C. Conner, D. O.H. O. Jones, Sr., 1213 Wayne Street, OF "PUBLICATION Bessie,' Lea North, Plaintiff, n
ganlzatlon Dry peas, 1 John Nelson 204 Lynch Build- Columbia S. C. Aaron O. North, Defendant. Calt
II of self-government under adulcounsel tightly. or more times a week. I Inn Jacksonville! Florida. You are required to appear on STATU AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR No. 6314.

, and guidance,. than the Two or three applications on Flour, cereals, meal (whole- Atty. for Pit. 1-10 4t 1-31 January named Court 27, 1947 and cause In the, wherein above Dlx Hilnter OF, FLORIDA whose residence to:- Virginia Is: AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR

; FUTURE FARMERS OF AMER- successive nights should kill the I grain or enrlched-at every meal. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford % Aim. Willie Maude Dix 601 Oct- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Aam
1 iv: rmrrir ('0 V liT, met Street, Maoon, Ueorgia.YQU :
iminronn County Telegraph shall publish tbl.Ord..1' 1. North whose residence
ICA. Organized I In November mold then present but the disease i Is Un.
-some daily. '
4. ,
''i 'OUnTt'. FLOHIUAl: (JIIANJa In next four weekly Issues.Wltnesii are required to appear on known.
, 1928, It has served to motivate may reappear in a week or Sugar, sirup preserves-some ( 1"Yo my hand and official February 3, n.J'n..e the above You are required to appear on
and vitalize the systematic Instruction ten days, requiring additional enberlf. Plaintiff; vs. eal at Starke, "Florida this December named Court wherein February 3, 1947. In the abo,
daily. Herbert Hosenbergr. Defendant. 24 ..1946.OFFICIAL plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration named Court and cause, whortii,
' offered to students of: treatments.The By choosing the more plentiful Case No. 5331.OnrIcR ( SEAL) A. ,J. Thomas, of Maiden Name. Bradford plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford!
vocational agriculture and to tobacco foods from each the OP PUBLICATION Aa Clerk of said Court., County Telegraph: shall publish this I' County Telegraph shall puhliHh tlili
plant can be dust- group AND NOTICR TO APPEAR T. Frank Landrum, Btarke: Fla. Order In next four weekly IlI ue.. Order In. next four weekly Isiuei
11, provide further training In farm- ed twice a week with IS percent family usually can adjust to STATE OF FLOIIIDA to: Herbert Atty. for Plf. 12-27 4t 1UNOTI'F Witness my hand and official Witness my hand and Official

I mer-cltlzenshlp. fermate made with pjrax as a changing food supplies and still and, nririrMUM Rosenberg_ IM!, unknown whose residence seal at Htarke, Florida,. thla JniOFFICIAL seal at Starke. Florida, this'OFFICIAL Jan.
The FFA Is an Intra-curricular filler. The plant pathologist says be sure of a well-balanced diet. You are required to ,appear on ALL PERSONS] TO APPEARTO HAVINO OR uary 1D47.SHAD A. J, Thomas ( SEAL) A. j. Thoaaa.

activity having' Its origin and root that one pound of dust-per 100 I Also, foods that are more plentiful named February 10, 1947, In the above CLAIMING ANY INTEREST IN nCi: said Court. As Clerk of said Court.
Court and wbe..elnplaIntiff :
in a definite part of the school cause, AND TO THH FOLLOWING DHRCRIBBD : J- C. Conner, D. C. I I I By Lucille C. Conner, D C.
square yards of bed is sufficient are likely to be less expensive. seeks divorce. Bradford LANDS Zach. H. Douglas/ Gainesville-. Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville, pi.

curriculum vocational agrlcul when plants are small, one and a When there are small childrenin Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish, Issues.Witness this To wit I Lots nine: (9), twenty- Atty. for :rlf. -3 4t 1-24 ,I Att). for ,PIt.. __ ,1-3 4t 1.11

7 turo. Among other things members half to two pounds being betteras the family avoid very salty or my hand and official; four (24) and twenty-five (26) NOTICE! IN CIRCUIT C. 17RT. BR.\DFORn

learn through active participation the plants grow larger. Dust- highly seasoned dishes, rich, or seal at 9, 1947.OFFICIAL Htarke. Florida this January In lot section sixteen seventeen(16) In *Woodlawn(17), also, Notice Is hereby given ihat the CKRY.Arthor COUNTY..' FLORIUAI IV: til,VS.

how to conduct and take must be started before blue foods. Ice cream custard : section eighteen (18) all In undersigned are engaged In business -
Ing greasy ( SEAL) A.-X Thomas under the fictitious of C. Mann, Plaintiff VI. El.
part 'in a public meeting; to As Clerk of said Court. Township five (6), South Range name fie Kvalee Mann, Defendant.
mold appears and continued two fruits and junket make good des 23 East containing forty acres B. S. Laboratory located at Hamp- Cut
speak In public; to buy and sell Ry Lucille C. Conner D. C. ton In the City of Hampton, Bradford No. 6313.
times per week until plants are serts for all. When pie is baked T. Frank Landrum Btarke, Fla more or less. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
cooperatively; to solve their own Atty. for Plf. f-10 4t 1-31 It appearing; from the Plaintiff nl'Yih Floridaand Intends AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
for the
ready to set. grown-ups the childrencan : worn Bill of Complaint on file In to e said fictitious name
problems; to finance themselves; Farmers who prefer to have the filling, baked in cus- the ease of F. P. (Buck) Jones, va. In the'Office of the Cleric of the Ev STATE lee Mann OF whose FLORIDA residence,toE li,
and to assume civic responsibility spray IV: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD O. B McCay, et als., said cause Circuit Court of Bradford County,
can; use fermate powder In water tard cups.A COl'NTY'' KI.OHIDAI IV ('HANCKRY. pending In the Circuit Court ofFlorida Fla, Edmund H.'Shafer, two- You
The foundation upon which the thirds Interest, Gladys I. Shafer are required to appear on
"Food for Eighth Judicial In ,
Three new booklet. the Circuit
pounds of feimate February 8, 1947 In
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMER- pure Frederic C. Warnecke, Plaintiff, and for Bradford County, which one-third, interest Starke, Fla. the abort
; ICA organization Is built, Includes not the 15 percent dust, In 100 Family with Young Children," vs. Mary A. Warnecke, Defendant. cause Is a suit to quiet title of the *. ',_:;_ -27' 4t 1-17 plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.Cause, Bradford M'h<>r.lt

gallons of water give the correct tells how a typical young Am- Case No. 6326.ORDKR above describedlands, that tho ,- ., County Telegraph: shall publish tilt
),4 leadership and character development OF PUBLICATION respective residences and places of IV CIRCUIT .
erican family mother, father COURT. BRADFORD Order In next four weekly linuei
roportlon. Use the spray the AND NOTICTO TO APPEAR address of the defendants O. S. Mc- (ol'N'ry, FLOI11UAI IN CIIAN- Witness
sportsmanship, cooperation, my hand and omen
tame. day it is prepared spraying and two children under school STATU 0...' FLORIDA to: Mary Cay.: : Canal Timber Corporation C" IIY. seal at Stnrke, Florida, this Jan
service, thrift, scholarship Improved ,twice week.knowledge age-can have appetizing healthful A. Warnecke whose residence andadllres. JameS H. Foss any and all persona Ruth Ellen Mahaffey Threatt, Plaintiff uary 2, 1947.'
a .
agriculture recreation Is unknown.You claiming Interest under him, VK Henry Donald Threatt De SEAL
organized (OFFICIAL ) A. J.'Thomu
meals for all at a cost of are required to appear on and John Warner, and any heirs fendant. Case No. 6304 As Clerk of said Court.
citizenship and 'patriot ; the plow Is the sym- about $15 to $17 a week. Included February 10, 1947, In the abovenamed assignees, and persons claiming ORDER OF PUBLICATION By Lucille C. Conner,, D. C.
Court and cause., wherein under his title are unknown to AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Zach H. Douglas Qalnssvllle
bol of
ism.The labor and tillage of the aro a week's plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford
sample shopping
FUTURE FARMERS OF your ; and that there I. no STATE OF FLORIDA to: Henry Atty. for Plf. 13 4t l-i*
loll; the rising sun is emblematicof order and the menus based on it. -

,AMERICA Is a non-profit, nonpolitical progress and the new day that The booklet also offers tips for :

, of farm youth organization will dawn when all farmers are cutting food bills. Single copies of

.' voluntary membership design trained and have learned to cooperate "Food for the Family with Young
ed to take its
place with
along ; the cross section of an Children" may be had free by
\; other agencies for
striving the development -
ear of corn represents common writing to the Office of Information '

of leadership, the building agricultural Interests since corn V. S. Department of Agriculture .
of a more A ; 4t.ddt
permanent agriculture
and the l i native to America and grown Washington 25, D. C. i'-t p. V P' !
; improvement of i ,
In state and .
I every ; the eagle is "

,' country life. It constitutes' one Indicative of the national scope BEGINNING OF THE NEW .. '."I.'. ICw
of the .
mont efflclt>nt -
agricultural of the organization. This emblem YEAR IS A GOOD TIME ,4PRODUCTS

devices that has been discoveredup lie' protected by copyright and. by TO COUNT YOUR SCORE :- ',.. '!j,... .
to the
present time. The trademark registration. I
FFA I Is 100 cent American in The .
per The primary aim of the FUTURE end of an old year and the

its Ideals and outlook and has FARMERS OF AMERICA is the beginning of a new one is a good ft

no outside affiliations. There is time ,
development of agricultural leadership check up and see i wherewe
no secrecy In connection with any have come and whither we
cooperation and citizenship -
Tl Of Its activities. ,
are headed. Business firms usually

The FUTURE FARMERS OF The following is the "Creed" of, take an inventory about this -

AMERICA exists today becauaseof the I FUTURE FARMERS OF time. Farm people might well do FLORIDAPEANUTS
a cooperative spirit and a desire AMERICA, which every member the same. j ,

on the part of farm boys, 11to Is required to learn: Dr. Hugh H. Bennett, the great

about 21 years of age, preparing "I believe in the future of, apostle of conservation expressedthe ; : fI

for farming through vocational farming, with a faith born not of thought aptly in the followIng -
agriculture to have a national words
; :
words but of deeds-achievements
organization of their own In "There Is kf
really no such thingas
won by the present and past generations ie
which they may secure practical of farmers; in the promise returning to the places and .-gt

business experience act as their people you remember from "your
l of better days through better ,
own instructors, and to enjoy the youth. It la a disquieting exper- Ji1; .te' ', :; .
ways, even as the better thingswe I _. .
fellowship of one another. It la ience. You realize that on this .t 4 -
4 now enjoy have come up to y -
organized vocational education old 1yi
on us from the struggles of former earth with its endless chang -
A farm youth level. Improved ing all .
processes we are transient .- ; -
years. I '
agriculture, better local communities "I believe that to live and workon visitors; and you begin to count ..4o \

,. a more satisfying farm home' your score." '

4 life, and more efficient farmer I a good farm is pleasant aa While It la a good Idea when &
well -
as challenging; for I know
Citizens are emerging as a result taking stock to see whether we C
the and
Joys discomforts
of farm 4 1h.4oYa
of the
boys' experiences.There have made
progress financially
and hold an inborn fondnessfor
are four degrees of mem those associations which during the year it Is much more \ I

bership In the organization: Green even Important to check on less tang-
In hours of '
discouragement, I .
Hand. Chapter Farmer, Stand, cannot ible assets also. Are our fields, '

and American. Definite accomplishments deny. pastures and woodlands In better ; .
"I believe In leadership from .
are to be made before I-
shape now than
ourselves and respect from others. they were a year .
can be advanced from have '
I believe ago, or we despoiled them
In my own ability to,
degree to another. The first
without regard for the future and
work efficiently and think clear-
degrees are conferred the "
on without
making provisions to replenish -
members ly,,with such knowledge and skills
by the Chapter, the the things we have taken?
third at the I can secure, and In the abilityof 4
State 'O'
Have we been good citizens of I- I
held annually and the organized farmers to serve our
fourth by the community in
he National own and the public Interest In every sense of ;. ,
organization at the ;
word-lending our Ume, our f
Xannaa City. marketing the product of our ?
: energies our substance to those ,
I Many toll. I believe we can safeguard
people have
seen the
things which build, and refrain-
FFA pin but do not realize that hose rights against practices and ing from those things which tear .
I policies that are unfair. -v
this emblem la
and down? Have
we given our children
'I believe In less
meaningful In dependence ., .
detail. Used
every the 4.S
opportunities they deserve .
on beggIng and \ -
more in
by members in all recognized power in
bargaining; In the life abundant proper nutrition good
units of the
organization It is health, school and other train- 0BRADFORD
toads up of five symbols: the owl, and enough honest wealth to help ing? Have we aided the church

the plow, and the rising" sun, make It w-for others as well and other assets of PEANUTS
community -
-witAln the cross section of an ear myself; in lees need for charity or have we left that work FIt.O M ,PEANUTS
oC born, which Is more of it when needed; in ,
surmounted by to others because we have been circus elephants and domestic
i thai American eagle. Upon the being happy myself and playing animals ate

facp of the emblem appears also square with those whose happl- of too our busy time or too and Indifferent our substance give? most of the $85,000,000 worth of peanuts produced

th,' words "Vocational ness depends on me. in 1944 in Florida and
Agricul- Have we followed the best ''I neighboring states.
1 believe that
ture, and the letters "FFA." The rural America C
\1, owl: is symbolic of wisdom and can and will hold true to the best crops and we producing know livestock In raising iod But part of this mountain of "goobers" was utilized in
traditions In our national life '
t have we been careless ways you seldom hear about in in shaving
,. ., Tailor-Made that I can exert an influence In and satisfied soap,

,, ,, my home and community which with less than our best efforts a I I cream, massage oil, fuel. And research is proving that

SEAT COVERS will stand solid for my part In These? and other --- peanuts can be used in textiles, insecticides, cosmetics .
that questions will

Much Inspiring more could task. be sail about help us arrive at our true balance, bristles, plastics literally hundreds of other

the organization, but that wouldbe Will tell u* whether we are pro- useful products.

going Into detail. The FUTURE gressing as we should or just -
"nest door"
FARMERS OF AMERICA i la a letting another year pass because to the expanding Latin-American,

grand organization of, by and for time Inexorably moves onward. S I market, ,is the ideal location for peanut processing

farm boys, and through active President Immediately after Pearl Harbor 1ZIIII IiliL plants-especially when you consider the near-perfect
participation in such an organization said "We living and working conditions
Americans produced by equable
are not
farm boys shall be led out of detJtroy 's.
the darkness of selfishness and we are builders." Has 1946 -_ climate and other favorable factors.

Li All Work Guaranteed Into the glorious sunlight of proven this to be true la our 11

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