Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02891
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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iSittin' In The Shade

i With Colonel Bradford


Folks around a newspaper ()flee that sterling, pioneer Starkelte, '

know that U a man is willing Simon Temple, who founded Tem _

o sign hla name to somethingj,9 ple's Mill, a big saw mill and

has written !it Is more than commissary settlement that Official County Publication Established In 1877
ikely to be the truth and he has stood near where the Farmers' ,

Tmdoubtedly checked and double Market is today., The Meachams -. '" ,, ., r ti
ecked his facts before putting lived In the house on 8th Street VOLUMN 8IXTY-NINE MI-AKKE.; Fi. iDAFRlD.JANUARY 84, 19-11'--- NUMBER\: FOURTEM ]

down in black and white. .. _. ,, ,, -.. ..,. .IjiJ
hem now ------- ---- -- -
occupied by Mrs Julian Peek ------- ------------- -- ---- ---- ----- ------ -- -- -

roduct.'s the same If the way producer's with any other name tie and married the Harry Charlie Mootys Roach, and, a Cer-rail- Dual Freezes : :

Tourist Train Derailed 11:11 I
I on wool it. and It's a more yard than wide.apt to :beI 1897.road She man was, and a cousin left .Starke of the late In At Raiford, \

That' why It'* good news to Dr. O. L. Haynes.Here's Take Heavy Toll
that members of the Farm
hoping other old '
rubber I i Driver of Truck
ureau are buying stamps
will Join the Colonel
put their Henry on each Of Early Berries'Way
rawberry crate before It starts a line to our old .friend letting

journey to the market. You her know that Starke Is still the Escapes Death jInffeadon j-

n safely bet your bottom dol- warm-hearted friendly Commun behind schedule, Old

r' that there won't be many bad !ity that she remembers, although Man Winter made a belated

rrles in a crate that has the ita physical aspect has vastly appearance here Tuesday and CrashThe : ::1
vner's name on It, for he knowsat changed since those days.
Wednesday nights noae-div-
it will be too easy for buy. ,

s to check up on him, and from It's a mighty-nice thing to ing the mercury in thermometers A.C.L-'s: all-Pullman "Flor "I

en on his name will be mud and know that Bradford County Is to around 28 degrees ida SJI, I&I". made an abrupt and,, 1'

berries a drug on the market.It favorably represented when our and throwing Bradford Coun unscheduled stop at Raiford early 'I

| seema that eventually. all FFA boys 'go abroad and their ty's premature strawberrycrop Tuesday afternoon, when the +

were will start stamping their "Advisor", V. R. Ferguson, was for a loss of at least '50 Diesel-powered tourist train

Irrles because naturally buyerso mighty proud of ,a letter he received percent of fruit now on the struck a pulpwood' truck and waa 'l
going to favor the signed from officials of Container bushes. derailed Immediately west of the ,\,>

tee and will be. willing to pay Corporation of America after railway station.. H

her prices for them, becausey the boys visited they Fernandlna Although Impossible to ..... w rwa I LeRoy Tlmmons, colored driver, j

know the, grower Is staking pulp wood plant last week. The estimate the damage in dollars ,1, of the truck, miraculously escaped I I

reputation on their quality. final paragraph contained the and cents, Bradford growers dnattvln the accident, although : !

here will be a lot of good ad- meat In the cocoanut, and said: i were thankful for the fact lie .sustained a broken leg, cutsand '

Using value, too, In the stamp- "We hope to have the pleasureof .that the season's first freez- I bruises and was hospitalized I ,I:,

crates, which will also bear another' visit from such a well- ing temperatures came at a I at the Florida State Farm, Cecil ,

name of the 'Bradford Countyrm behaved bunch of fellows as wereI "between crops" time when berry .yJ i Yon, white youth who was tile 1'/\ / i

Bureau Some of our more :your group." volume was already definitely on other occupant of the vehicle ; 'I''I

pgresslve farmers who haven '' 'That's enough to make the down grade while plants took 'I jumped out of the cab an Instant 'r 1

marking their'crates -for advisor or director proud of any his a' "'breather" after the first heavy before the crash and ,was(unhurt, \

ars can vouch for this. For in- charges, and Colonel Bradford harvest. Thus damage was much ,, except for scratches and minor '

nee?,Conrad Letsch said at the joins Mr. Ferguson In commend- less than it would have been had bruises The lIn.'. Wilmington

rm Bureau meeting. last Friy ing the PTA ,boys for being ambassadors the freeze come two weeks ago, N C., offices announced Wednesday 'I

night that he receives ordersm of good will from Brad- or been delayed until the first of that of the passengers, Mr.

> all over the United Statesm ford County. February when a new crop would Gordon Ringer and her sea Jimmle. -

dealers who have gotten his have, been flourishing. 'bd 4h yv 4, and Valorle Oakley 4. were
e off of crates of prOduce Bradford slightly Injured. O. I* Barnes,
County farm property Estimates as to the time required
In Starling Is another grower is mighty active right now, and for plants to stage a comeback negro dining car employee, received -' t
knows the value of treatment for his
a goode. hardly a day passes that I don't varied from four to six weeks more
"". His berrIes are ."already meet some newcomer ,who has The larger bushes, which offered Above (left) : Impact of the pulpwood stacked high on the truck lerlous Injuries .In the Lake City t,

< when they arrive !In Bait!- arrived to help us enjoy the most protection to their small Is seen on the riglithttnd side of engine.; Wheel of demolished truck hospital ,

re or elsewhere, because theses bounties of Florida soft and clim fruit and, bloom, might get back Concrete BridgesTo lays beside track at right. Upper right:'the first Pullman car of the The accident occurred at 12:05: :

there know and like the ate. The newest addition Is young Into fair production in three weeks train lists at a 40 degree angle as workmen attempt to straightenout p. m. as the train was whizzing

d of fruit he puts up Orville Hall, his wife, and three unless hit by cold again, while ties and rails.! Lower left: Smashed and swlsted cab of truck through Raiford on its scheduledrun

olonel Bradford children, who have purchased the' smaller! plants will require five Be Built lies beside track at right Upper right: the first Pullman car of the to St. Petersburg. All pa -
pauses to ret Millard Judd farm ,four miles or six weeks to start sengers resumed their1 journey
yielding accident occurred. Truck engine Is seen just above and to the rightof
that coming events cast northwest of Starke. upon a transfer at 3:49: p. m. to I'i.
Ir shadows before The place, heavily. cab. Rear end of truck may be seen in middle distance at cross 39 ;
them the No.
consists of a On Route 200 7
a faint taste of 1948 politics 20 acres of -room good farm bungalowand land.: ?Buyers were still unable to determine ing. Lower right: Entire length of train Is shown as It waited to Actual derailment of the train

i seen In a certain fish yesterday whether vol- be put back on rails.-Photos by T. H. Onborne.
,fry I The Hall hail from Port Cheater, i wu caused tiv an axle tft? thA rfl>-
i on the banks '()f Santa Fee 'N*. T. and to say that 'they:are, ume few will be sufficient in the next A, 205-foot concrete bridge will ------- mollahed truck which -a..I.;: lodged I t
weeks, to make It possiblefor
week before last. Fish ftlespolitiC. delighted With' the:warn* weather then replace the progrellslvely'rickety Bradford'FFA Will Exhibit Fair under the. front of the engine,
I to stay on the market At. .
Santa Fe
: go hand in- hand,and :we're having.right'iww 1 is structure over the ; projecting to .the right Observers t
looking forward ,to getting1fill it mildly. The old ColoW t thought putting here./ However, if they are forced er of Route 200 (Starke-Waldo Livestock Judging Team Places 3rd At, Ocala. 'said the dragging axle rip- I
to leave will ,
of they return ,.as highway))), according to the announcement 1
both in the next two \ J
,' :It: only fairs to warn 7 them, however ped up ties and tie-plate foi I
rL: ..., I : that. we do bar*, aimlte of soon they' stated.as production Is resumed' this week by_ the. 'Doyle Conner, of' Starke state: Newlaurels were gained by the more than. 00 yard before,, striking '

'--:: GOld every now and Ufrn. :butt Ma- "-I'> State Road Department. Joann. president of the Future Farmers Bradford ',Chapter of $lht, PTA I ,ywitoti with such force: a* ,I"I
me day omeon.e, should s rrltehabouU.tltafie tgnM.td.tlAdthatJt' : 1y -< Volume at the, market, which Sladsvdlvlsto engineer disclosed of America:" will*.hare the !Florida Tharsday.tJamary 16, whtn..alJ'veBtbck' tq*jar "th.. sntlr0. train off the '
ever r
t\JIII. .:.'tx97 ftf lasts two, had;'"been i 'runningwarouiur 800 that the Duval-WUgliMertng *contracting State Tal apealcef*' lattorft1'wtth Judging\ team: 'of"the local ; ntlneer!: John Rime, who 1
: c tar Wlldalt. raltj.
ove.t' : "
i Company had been awarded '
Into worus'that/lntanllble .. crates a day,' dreppeU to f4':mere Governor MUlard eF, Caldwell, young faVnftr group placed thirdIn applied nrakes before I hitting the l
Uty that makes a.boraon ne4l "- j," trIck! of BO crate* Wednesday.Since the tontract: for the bridge cabinet members and other dignitaries ; competition among 86 teams,
I know friendswill the train to
that all his'old truck brought a
BradfordAleehua >
whloii! the *
l forget ft, nd matter how fat January 18' a: total of crosses in addre..lng FFA memo In the annual Brahman CattleAssociation's .
Join me In sympathizing with 'line The low bid was $!S8,- halt approximately 800 yard ,
I bers and at the annual
statewide contest
strays :
or how long he's been, 3,250 crates has been shipped at
Albert Bronke who has been ill It I stated that the from the.//crossing.
290.85. fa contractor :
event In Tampa, 8. The event was at the
py. The old ColoSel an average of $1019, making the February staged
re- at his home near the old ball park is assembling materials The first, Pullman slid to an {
Southeastern Fat Stock Arena
ded of thla again} last weeken week's receipts to growers $32- Conner will speak before Fair at
for several weeks. Mr Bronke has and will start construction withina Ocala. ,t< ominous 40 degree tilt, while the
the editor 987.50. in Future Farmers' Day,
showed me a let- had ''a long and useful few days. Estimated date of
career as second was also aslant. Other
from a highlight In the celebration'sagricultural The team composed of N. O.
Gertrude Roach one of the ,county's hardest work- Thus 'far this season 14,726 completion was announced as May' car and the engine remained Up-
and Eldrldae
Hayes, brothers of
Ave., Pueblo, Colo., big farmers>and his ,home ,folks crates of fruit have been shipped 1C. 'I program. Brooker, and Maurice Edwards right. Damage to the train included -
meting a copy of the Tele- Slade V.. R. Ferguson, local director
that the saner
Ph and have a hard time, 'even now,' with returns to growers estimated reported, I of Vocational and Jr., of Starke, gained a $20 a- a crumpled cow catcher, t
( stating: "I was raised keeping him from grabbing a hoe: Construction Company submittedthe and a dented front where the
at $139,877.19. Since Bradford's ward. In the judging, N. O. Hayes
Starke and like to hear from low bid of ,190, 76.90 for theconstruction supervisor of FFA activities, re-
and starting out for the fields. I
/ struck high-stacked
engine ,
old home season does not ordinarily start ported yesterday that the local won $16 as ranking Individual .
town of S.
( various
occasionally He I I. believed to have been the until at least mld-Februaryl'J'OW""*, bridgeson farm contestant among the 108 entries pulpwood.
"rrled youth organization will be
and highway 200 in Bradford
ago." moved away Ors first man to grow tomatoes and ers figure that they are still "well and Duval counties between, Clay well-represented at the Tampa from all counties. Nothing much remained or the

f lettuce here commercially. Most ahead of the game"' In spite of Starke and Baldwin. Work within Fair It waa stated that judging Rounding out the day of varied truck, which wa broken In two ,
course, you young sprouts folks in those days thought such this week' with the cab reduced to junk. Remarkably -
freeze. Barring other Bradford will Include teams will be entered in livestock activity, 45! additional members I ,
it ch remember, Gertie (Meacham) stuff was little better..than weeds! unforseen setbacks, the berry crop ment of five timber bridges replace-with and hay and forage competition.The of the chapter, accompanied by Timmons Was still in i
but Colonel Bradford does Here's a wish for an early recovery BHS the cab when the train struck i
it here should, still prove one of the two multiple concrete box culverts chapter will compete with Vocational Director V. R. I. '
was a genuine pleasure tor of this useful citizen. most profitable on record with and three concrete other FFA entrants in the state Ferguson; were conducted through and :yet was able to crawl from
bridges ,
| ,
from her, again after all the months of February. March, replacing a three' by two foot wide egg exhibit, with contestants the Container Corporation of America the wreckage where It landed '

P e ;year, Her father W. M. Why not tell, :your troubles to and April still to harvest concrete box culvert with a five vlelng for the outstanding mill, Fernandina, witnessing some ten' feet,from the crossing.. IItt \I';, 1

chain, had oft drink and Colonel Bradford ? II" might not ,I by two foot concrete box culvert display of both white and brown the process of paper Witnesses described the sound f
t ,
land on Call Street way be able to solve them, but my and extending' 16 box culverts egg from pine to the finished product. of the crash a* ". heavy thud",

before the turn of the cen- store of sympathy Is practically Birthday Ball Work on the contract, it Is asserted The FFA boys were later treatedto with many Ralforditt Immediately i

and her grandfather was unbounded! I Promises._ To. Be will probably start within Troop To ExhibitOn a dinner of fried chicken and turning to see pulpwood and t

30 days, and should be completed,!! shrimp. piece of metal flying high, above
I Believe It Or Not Brilliant Affair in approximately' nine months.:-- Courthouse Lawn Container Corporation officials the still-speeding train.

W. H_ Graham, chairman, announced During Scout Week announced a theme-writing con- It was reported that Timmons
tent for the Bradford track because he
yesterday that plans are Leftover. Pecans chapter on drove onto the
At a round table discussion of the subject "What I saw at the didn't hear the train.,
completed for the annual BirthdayBall .
May Be :Sold Container Corporation Plant" from Jackson- :
e unusually mild winter .d. will held In the Wrecking erews
which be the county's Doy Scout officials,, for ''I
ther, which ended so abruptlyy USO building Thursday night, Through MarketRalph meeting In the USO building Monday Jones prizes of $10 and $9. Tyler villa and High Spring arrived at *
of Starke '
and L. D.
held in force long enough Jan. 30, as a climax to the infantile Gilbert 8, Newcomb, Cub- of rooker, were Vlnlng, approximately 6 p. m., to lift the 1

roduce some,freak-of nature, r paralysis "March of Dimes"drive. Alvarez, Manager'' of the master, described plans for the judges. appointed cars toK sidetrack and replace '
of which la'pictured here: a rAt ,' Starke Farmers Market, states local pack's activities as planned the dislodged croastles and rally .I, ., '

wberry with a fullfledgedt I a special feature attractionfor that 'he can readily dispose of for 'National Scout Week beginning -. Negroes u\ I

sprouting out of tta tip spectators, a floor show will pecans for anyone who happens February 7. Both Scout Organized Ford Announces j

Few farmers have evera i r be presented at Intermission and to have any left on hand. Although troops and packs will contributeto In Auxiliary Cut In Prices : \

freak of this kind, al- I will Include: such talented local prices may not be quite store window displays, and Farm Bureau UnitsTwo J, '

gh! one grower stated that the performer as June Patel. Jim aa high as those that prevailedat stage demonstrations of scouting The Ford Motor Company.,. In \" i't ta

Klondike" variety, which ItI .. RItch Lou and Buzzle Green, I the auction here last fall, he functions on the Court House negro auxiliary units of move to halt the spiral of \,
I longer grown here used tout .,. I will endeavor to obtain the high lawn, February 78.
Dolores Ann Hancock. Garnita the Bradford County Farm Bureau' mounting costs and prices, last { ,
.ut frequently. He stated, '.' Hutto, Al Stefanelir. Mary Lee est prices possible at the present It was announced that L. M.I I! have been ttrsr nindurlnor\ the. i I week announced prIce reductions] i t .r

ever, that lib,>has never seen ,Hancock and Betty Ann Flynn. time.All farmers Drake, A. L. Crosby, and Carson pant week, with 36-;members- ;; joining -' of from $115 to $50 on all car*. i FIn

: [ Lex Green will serve as master also asked who to have contact cabbageare Geiger will join in leadership at Pleasant Grove on Jan. 13,'I making the announcement L{ ,

of ceremonies. Mrs., I* A. Canova Alvarez Mr. training courses to be offered at and 23 at'' Lawtey on Jan.' 21. Henry Ford II, president of the .

; I will be accompanist, and Mrs. made as arrangements are be- the Scout Camp of Orange Park. Other group* will be organized company, said: "Although more ai X11
ing to dispose of
; ...; Hancock Is serving as chairmanof through the market.. The County's adult worker among the colored farmers, with than one million of our cu.tomersare

".;, L ,; ; ; the floor show.* will meet on Monday, February 7. the time and,, place of meeting waltiojt" ""for 'delivery of their t

Dancing will begin at 9:30: o'- T. A. Rowand I III, scout executive to be announced later., cars at "present prices we are ttl
Lt. F. M. WilliamsIn
.c < of Live i immediately tl reducing the price I (.: 9
.. ". ; .. ... clock and music will be providedby Oak attended the At the regular meeting of the '
". .. 400 Tokyo HospitalMrs. meeting In the capacity of secretary Bureau of every Ford car--aome ,models ill
t. ,: ... Joe Harrison and his held )ln the courthouse as much as $30.
Club orchestra from Gainesville. and official advisor. Friday night there was a general '
M. F. Williams has received discussion of "This Is a down payment toward ,, ,
government Inspection '
." from her hus a continued high level of ,' ?
'vIi a message Oddfellows Plan of strawberries, and the
; Rowland Buys I production and employment In the 4
," ":. ;, band. Lt- Marion (Buckshot) Williams members
# present voted 40 to 4
,. '- ; -, .!fM! Ferrara HomeBen stating' that he was In a District Meeting in favor of having berries inspected months ahead. We believe that '
& ; f '. wreck at Johnson Field Tokyo, the shock treatment of prompt "I"
< ; /, I here It also
: if Rowland, barber of the Japan, while riding In a jeep with I Announcement was made this to have was voted I action 1 Ia needed to halt the insane S'
l'J J .,. / week of the district meeting of a government Inspectorcome spIral of mounting costs 'and'rising l
'" :: j ji' Three Friends shop, announcedthis three other officers. The vehicle J} to a meeting of the Bureau
the Oddfellows to be .held Monday I prices and to restore a..
week his purchase of the residence went over a ten-foot embankment|[ and
: _, .. ';;') ;." _. ,. _._" 'vona.ry it, ..'..,,- _.<11.f"_.. on Madison and Orange and Lt. William. suffered a dIslocated February 3, at Palatka. explain under the this requirements necessary -I found burs for the hopeful period ,
previously owned by Frank Fer shoulder and hip. No Member of all lodges and the of post-war production we are
I Rebeccas In Starke, Waldo. Further action was delayed in now entering."
berry do so before.. reports that he has found one. bones were broken, the x-rays revealed view of the r'
rara.Rowland I Gainesville and Palatka will at-![ fact that membersof
nice bush'growing about formerly of Cedar but ligament from arms
e :: with a the Bureau are now
berry here was district obtaining
pictured tend. T. M. Keene deputy
stem and and were torn loose.About Singing ConventionThe
between the Keys, will make his permanenthome legs
midway rubber to label their.
|I stamps name
by W. R. Strickland of grand master, will preside.
stern. Quite a coincidence that her with his wife and two ten days ago Lt. Williams -
[on each crate of
e, who operates a farm at all have come from the Heilbronn i children. He stated that single lost all of his personal be- I The Starke lodge is rapidly* berries and it Bradford County Singing
was i thought that this do
Several days later a rooms In the residence wilt be langing in a, fire at Tokyo when I growing, according to reporter! might Convention will meet at 11 a. m.
section. with the
Shown.here has been rented. the entire 85th Area was completely -, Harley Strong, who stated that;, away necessity of government next Sunday January 26. at the> q, et
The berry .
brought In by Sinclair Inspection.
Graham Christian Those
element I showing
I "the *
y, with wax and la on display Ferrara. who operated "Frank'sFine destroyed. younger
on the Jerry Normanat coated Telegraph office Foods" restaurant here dur L!. Williams I* at present confined much Interest. The local Rebec-' Meeting of the Bureau are baking attending are asked to bring a

Heilbronn with a plant at the Camera elf Is now In to the army, hospital at cas are In.the, pro ea. of organ- held every Friday night at basket and enjoy the middaydinner.
ted Hollywood the Blinding era
out near the stem end. Photo by ing ,'7:30: in the courthouse. Everyone I* Invited. .
Thomas, aJ.IG.fat IJeUbaoOsIJII GUtShopw, J 1ft84uaL Johnson! "/ 14..1D.Jlyo. ,...PJ I I u o.


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. . . Entertainment estra. The film spins a story ofa ter three years in the
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH NEWS ABOUT .I Top Booked At FloridaA ,night club linger (Morgan) and is stated that the two stare Navy J.

Established 1S77E. LAWTEYBy COLORED PEOPLEBy an orchestra leader (Carson) a brilliant choice for the pjjj!
The School whose plans for' opening. nightclub roles of an
L Matthews ___ Editor: and Ownet . . . W. ,W. Parker fare has week been of booked excellent by the cinema Florida are temporarily conductor's stymied bya story of strange emotionally Jealousy whl taut,
symphonic ptuffymanager
BIRTHDAY PARTY Mt. Baptist Church: Theater, with the manage- undermines a promtain/ ?
Matter Calvary by Donald mach
rnbUshed Weekly on Fridays and Entered a* Second ClaM (played Others
age. featured
Office at Stark Florida. Last Tuesday, Jan. 14. being Rev. Demaster Survlne, evangel- ment's billing of a new Warner Woods) who feels that the noise In the PI!)'
at the Post the sixth birthday anniversary of istic minister is holding twoweeks' musical, "The Time, The Place emanating from the club will chological "triangle drama' Include -
Terry Futch his mother, Mrs. revival meeting, beginningat and The Girl," for Sunday and greatly disturb the musical gen- Robert Mitchum EdIDUI1!
FFA To The Fore : Joyce Futch entertained in his 8 p. m. The church Is locatedin Monday and a Katharine Hep- lua. All of the singing! and dance and Dan Tobin. The ft1t,
vehicle, "Undercurrent,1"for was produced by Pandl'o
honor from 4 to 6 o'clock. Pleasantvllle, north Starke, and burn ing is done to the catchy tunesof BerlDah
"Florida's vocational agriculture students of today Twenty little folk enjoyed the Rev. C. A. Crum is pastor. Rev. Tuesday through Thursday.One Arthur Schwarz and Le Roy Fresh stock-"";of excellent twJ!
occaalon with Terry and he received Survlne comes from Shreveport, of screendom's most popu- Prlnz. writer ribbons at TilE
will make fine farmers of tomorrow, is the opinion of many useful gifts. Mrs. La., and began pasturing at the lar comedy teams, Dennis Mor- "Undercurrent" cg: -stars Hep- GRAPH. Only 60o each trn: ,
', State Superintendent of Public Instruction Colin Eng- Futch served ice cream and caketo age of 11 year. He is now only gan and Jack Carson, are starredIn burn and Robert Taylor with the makes typewriters and for IIi
lish. And it is also the opinion of the Telegraph after those present. 18 years old, but is an effective "The Time, The Place and Tie latter returning to the screen af maehlnes.WEEKEND addlitl
and dynamic speaker. You may Girl," which as well provides such I
of the accomplishments of the Brad- Walter Terry of Lake City 1* I .
observation '
in !
closQ call to see him where he resides, surefire song hits as "A Gal :: '
ford County Chapter, Future Farmers of America, visiting his brother, T. J. Terry, at the hove: of R.ev. John Franklin I Calico," and "Oh, But I Do.? '' '
during recent months. this week. on Palm Street. He ha also I The supporting cast features ,
Hiss Doris Starling of Jacksonville been visiting chaplain at the Fla. lovely Janis Paige and Martha SPECIALSSAPP'S s'!
r } The seventy-two schoolboys now enrolled in the State spent Sunday with her State Prison for the past three Vickers, and varied musical offerings -

Vocational Agriculture program are members of the sister Mrs. H. C. Walnwrlght. years and also :visiting chaplainand are beaded by the specialties J. -
state-supervised'.organizatlon of the FFA. First organized Miss Sarah Lo'u Hammond of Bible teacher at New Bethel of Carmen, Cavallaro orch-
the State Department and Mrs. Church of which Rev. A. Vin-
" in December 1944, the Bradford Chapter is one with all types of clothing mOdel- STARLING'SSTORE'
Grace Osborne, county supervisor.visited cent is pastor. You are cordially
i led from overalls to evening wear.Don't .
of a national organization of students studying vocational the Lawtey school last Invited to hear Rev. Survlne. He
miss this treat If you wantto *
, agriculture in schools found in every state and Tuesday. will, later go to Lakeland.;! enjoy a delightful evening. '
Mrs. Moore went to Jack-
o' in foreign countries. Fred Come out and be with us. Admission GROCERY
H. many tumvilla Tuesday to take her BolE Night, 'J... 271 Tigers vs.
; Florida, one of the',first to organize a elate Future mother, Mrs. E. D. Boyer, who Green Cove Springs, I 7:30. L.25 A.cents.Williams Program, Principal.startsat
I.' Farmers group, now has 5,000 boys between the. ages has been visiting Mrs. Moore for Folks I'll tell you just as I 600 E. 10th St. Last Store E. Call Sl[
several days.Mrs. see it. Under the supervision of
, of 14 and 20 organized in 112 chapters in fifty-two 1. H. Futch la back in Coach Dubols, the RJE Tigers Friday & Saturday Jan. 24 25 -
counties. The Future Farmers supplement their school school this week after being confined are headed for first division.Dubols Sightseeing Trips .

'.I agricultural instruction with actual farming activities. to her home for, several has a well-developed and balanced Charter Trips Best WhiteBACON -
days because of illness. Miss Hel group of boys that works I MILK
r The iocal chapter, under the direct supervision of en Jones substituted during hell In one accord. Green Cove has a Passenger;Trips .
" V. R. Ferguson BUS vocational agriculture instructor, absence.Mr. team that la known throughoutthe
has been largely responsible for introducing hybrid corn and Mrs. Frueml of Jacksonville state,because of its fast-step sBIRDSEYE Any Kind Tall
were weekend guests of ping boys and clean sportsman- ,
,. this{ demonstrated the advantages VIEW OF
in county; The boys, in effect, '
Hill. If to' know
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. ihlp. Now you ,want 3 for
N of the corn to their fathers and "sold" them Mrs. D. B. Harley was a visitor just who will win before the game CAMP BLANDING AND Lb. 29c
-'* to Gainesville last Saturday.Miss take hunch from I the $2.25
on its use.Members., *!!ito!.. a me. pick
Mattie Harley of Gainesville tigers to win by a great margin.I 38cCigarettes
w also the establishment of e
gave impetus to returned with her and spent the do know the Tigers won't let
jt the community canning'plant and actually'onstructed weekend with ,her parents, Mr. me down. They,will use double See Starke From
{i''. 'the- building, as well ,as the agricultural building! that and Mrs. A. H. Harley. fast action for quick relief, be- The Air and Prince, AlbertTOBACCOl
Mrs. Will Edwards spent Sun- ginning with Eugene Wilson, F; $1 up
houses course at BHS.
7 day in Jacksonville with her Timothy Fussell, F; Samuel
it' ,' Bradford also) has the distinction of being the first daughter Mrs., Mary Mlxon. Strong, F; Nathaniel Hunter, G; .'

chapter, to provide, two, state officers, elected for con Miss Elithe Collins of the Law- Charlie Morris, G; James Smith, Luckies Camels
tey school faculty pent the week- G; William Holland, G; J. Prin- I
;: current terms. Doyle Conner is now serving as state end with her mother In GaInesville gle, Gj; Henry Williams, G, CC, Conway, AirparkLACY ChesterfieldsCarton
if president, and Doyle Crews is a vice president of the and while there attendedthe Fj; Master K. D. Dlnklna, G, C, 3 for 25c
: state organization. Visitation Day at the P. K. F. CONWAY

r; A good example of individual enterprise is revealed Yonge School. R. M. STUART 1.76
Mrs. Rosalie McLeod and two The Hampton Training School
| in young Conner's threeyear.record, outstanding among children went to Lake City for crowns her "Miss Hampton" at Commercial FlightInstructors 14 ,oz.
f'. local members. In his first year he derived a labor in-' the weekend with her husband, HTS auditorium Monday night,

| 'come (net profit plus labor) of $22.30 from three and I M. C. McLeod.Mr. Jan. 27. On the same program FRESH DRESSED
and Mrs. H. C. Kelly there will be a fashion review
, | a half acres of corn, and $57.05 from 28 hogs. In his spent Sunday in Jacksonville visIting CATSUP13c

'f" second year, five acres of corn netted $636.20, and labor relatives.R. '

+, ., income from 16 cows was $110.10. Last year, six acres last W. Mosley Friday went to see to his Jacksonville sister-, EARN While You LEARN t to FLY ,FRYERSLb.

of corn provided a net of $650, while labor income from Mrs. Mandy Bell,, who Is 111. -
': an acre of cucumbers totalled $65. Miss Arthurlne Blanchard was
!' ;" These talented sons of Bradford farmers have won the guest of her parents, Mr and 69c
Mrs. A. M. Blanchard, last week- ,
the sub-district: ; contest in parliamentary procedure Hunt's Tomato

: every year but one. They have been active 'in the construction end.Rev.. C. B. North and C.,1. Hll-

1. of farm machinery, such as weed cutters and lard spent Sunday afternoon are now Approved for .the following ,

\ f* ...lime-spreaders<< ?.anS&Jlifc've. been:of frs4uehtgerride: in with ville.pennl&HUIard.rfvJackson-. : ,.. courses:; \b .. GrROASik. ..SAUCEEa.6c
the repair'of farm implements.Last Basic Ground Primary and Advanced '
Flying Also Private Com, \ ..,
1: !!! year the boys sponsored 14 types of enterprises, Park Offers Film '
" mercial and Flight I Instructor
f", ranging in variety from the planting of such diverse With Strong ,Courses. Approval No. 5650. : :.;._...._.._:;.;_,.....____. '

*, crops as, watermelons and tobaccO' to poultry. and hog Lb. 33c
,\ Emotional AppealThe
\ culture and turpentining. :
Class Room Instruction Tues & Thurs. .
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ting news to a:.weekly editor whose work, is concernedto is a welcome deviation I Nights 7:30 P. M. Best' "Fresh"" .

(:\ ,a, great extenjt with the progress and tribulations of seek for the surcease legion of from movie-goers. a screen peopled who-

the famec.: Assuredly these lads,are a credit to their by lurid characters whose in- CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE Pork Chop|

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JANUARY 2-1. 1047
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boys from GHS; Let's try to As Clerk of said Court. ANI TO --
I TUB FOLLOWING Div;: that the defendants, O. R MoCay.
keep the attendance in bas- My Lucille C. Conner, D. C. HCK1RK1) LANDS Canal Timber .
if ifB.H.S up John J. Henderson I3.n. St. AugunMna >: To wit Lots Corporation James
School nine (9), twenty H. Pose, and all .
Journal any parsons claimIng -
as aa we did in football I Fla., Atty for Pit. : four (34) and twenty-five (20) Interest. under him, and John
( S because win or lose our 1-3 4t 1-X4 In lot section sixteen seventeen, (17), also Wagner and any hairs, assignees. I
(18) In Woodlawn, and persons claiming under his
boys are tops.
e ., 1IfIRCI'IT: COI"VI'Y.< FLOHIUAI COURT. HRADFORD IV: CHAN. :section' hlp.rvhet..t&; ), South(13) all Range I In title It alive, If dead. the unknown
I Senior Biogs CKRY. Si Kast containing forty hairs at law, legatees. devisees or
BRADFORD IIIGII I acresmore grantees of each of the above
Store ImprovedExtensive Jessie Mae Grooms Owens, Plaintiff ) or less.. .
IMARKETI SCHOOL NEWSEditorinChief vs. Jessie M. Owans, Defen.Cant. It appearing from the Plaintiffssworn named parties and all persona
_ Casa No 6309.ORDIfllt 11111 of Complaint on file In claiming right, title or Interest In
improvements' of the OF JMIHLirATTON the case of K, P. (Duck) Jones, vs. and to the properly described aBove -
,, Virginia Pauline Engrain was vacant store at 115 West Call ANI NOTICE!! TO APPEAR I O. 8. McCoy, at "Ia., said cnunepending filed and In, the Hill of Complaint
herein do on the Slat
I 225 SOUTH WALNUT Jackie Haaklns .. born in the month of February, street were begun this week with M.STATE Owens, OF whose FLORIDA residence to and: Jessie address Florida Eighth In the Judicial Circuit, Circuit Court of In day Wl'f January appear, A.. D. 11)47, to
1928 to Mr. and Mrs. W. O. En- the construction of a concrete In Meeting surest Charleston, I and for Bradford Count, which, filed the said Bill of Complaint'
against them at the office of
South Carolina. oausa Is a suit to
quiet title
of the
Editor at Ala. Virginia
eats Groceries gram Montgomery floor Mrs. Stella Pappaa the You are required to appear on above described lands., that the the Clerk of thai Circuit Court In
Marlon Brown attended school In Chatta- owner, stated that the I February 3rd,. 1947. In. the above respective residences and plaoes of and for, I'Yadford: County. Florida,
hoochee and started building. named Court and cause, wherein address of the defendants O. A Me. and that this Order be published" I inthe
Produce attending was being placed in readiness fora plaintiff. seeks divorce Bradford Cay, Canal Timber Corporation, Rradford County Telegraph I a, ',
; ; ., Sports Editor, school at BHS in the 11th grade tenant to be disclosed at a later I. County Telegraph shall publish this James H. Foes, any and all persona newspaper published: In llra.dford r
Steve Weldon Order In next four weekly Issues. claiming Interest under him, County, Florida, once, a week for
Virginia Is very smart and am- date. Witness mr hand. and official seal and John Wngner, and any heirs, tour consecutive weeks before the i
bitious. She likes bowling, movie' Renovationwill include at Hiarke, Florida this SOth of Be.camber asslgneoH. and persons claiming return date stated In this Order. t il
: Student; Advisor, '. roof 1946. under his title, are unknown to ,and Notice.
PRODUCE- Blancbard LawEDITORIAL. and out-of-doors sports and heronly' construction and painting of interior (OFFICIAL SEAA. J. Thomas, your Plaintiff; and that there Is no I WITNESS my hand ana the seal
dislike Is spinach. She i Is' waHs.iv As Clerk of said. Court. persona In the /State; of Florida the of this Court on this the and day
fond of John J. Henderson, Esq. service of a subpoena upon whom of January,. A, D. 1947. at Htarke,
collecting stamps and Atty for Plf. 1.3 4t 1-24 would bind the said defendants or In the Htate and County aforesaid
movie star pictures.. Her ambition I either of them That It Is the be. OFFICIAL REAL AJ.. Thomas.
1 iteotatoes : CIRCUIT COTITMT. BRADFORD lief of the Plaintiff that Clerk
No. the said of Circuit Court Bradford
Is to become a stenographer.We COUNTY FI-OHIU-ll I IF defendants
you've ever talked with Mr. FLoulpiI are each over the age County, Florida. .
Bates you'll be able to hear him wish her lots of luck in the years Arthnr: d. Mann Plaintiff, vs. Kf- IN CHAJMCKHY. of at IS years.IT THEREFORE.. ) OflDEIlED Green i A Ores, Attorneys for
giving this word of advice. I ahead. fie Eva!.. Mann Defendant, C... Dnvw L. Hunter Plaintiff, ".. Plaintiff I 1-3 4t 1-14
No. 5313. Virginia DIx Hunter, Defendant
doubt If he expected It to go into LOU EDWARDS ORDER OF PIJDLItJATION Ceee No. 3319.ORDER P
the paper, and I hope he doesn't AND NOTICE TO APPEAR OF PUBLICATION

10 lb. bag35c mind my using some of his Ideas. On January 27, 1929 a beautiful Evale.STATE'Mann OF whose FLORIDA residence tot Kffl.is H NlaTJ: hT8A APPEAR to: Virginia I(1(1r
He calmly asked the members of unknown.You nix Hunter, whore residence Is:
baby girl was born to a very are required to appear on Tt Mrs. Willie Maude Dix 601 Oct. !
his law class the other day how well known family of Lawtey, :February 3, 1947. In the above met Street, Macon, Uaorvia I
many of them had patience. Ihe'd Fla., Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ed named Court and cause, wherein Ypu are required to appear on ,,
plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Febrtmry 1947, In the above
asked each one separately wards. named: Court and cause. wherein
They named the baby Lou County Telegraph shall publish this \
I expect he would have fainted Edwards. Lou attended Older In next four weekly Issues. plaintiff! seeks divorce and restoration I i
: Lawbey; of Maiden. Name.
when he Witness my hand and official' Bradford ;4 4r
heard all the "no's" .
Junior Cuuntr
High through the 9th seal at Ntarke, Florida, this January Telegraph shall publish this
arge LETTUCEor answered by three-fourths of the grade] and since ha attended 2, 1947.OFFICIAL Order Witness In next tour weekly Issues. Ifj
class. That la if ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas my hand and officialseal \
CELERY N we'd all given BHS., Lou Is a member of the A* Clerk of said Court. at Htarke, Florida, this Jan. r t
honest answers of course, the Glee Club and president. She was By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.Za..b um-y a, 1947.OFFICIAL j 1 1t !
Each lOc class Is honest. H. Douglas, tialnesvlllfl, Fla. ( SEAA. 3. Thomas. .
at member of the band for two Atty for Fit, 1-3 4t 1-24 As Clerk of said Cotirt.
How times did : By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. ;
many you stopto I.il't I.
years Znch H. Douglas, Gainesville, Fin, e 1L .: I.
FRESILStrawberries think "Mary's disturbed aboutsomething" Lou was the Band's treasure iv: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDrOI'NTY. Ally for Pit. .3 4t 1-84
when she seems sar- In her Junior year; She likes CKIIY.Penile ._ WONDERS
castic or, perhaps completely Lea North Plaintiff. vs. SHOW 1
music from ALL W
Boogie-Woogie to Aaron O. North. Defendant.. Case N LUSIONSI i
I j
unconcerned? I wish I had the classic. She dislikes flirts and con. No. 6314. CLAIMING AN Y INTHBiqpT' INExpert kr MYSIEAIESIrte"tv "

power to present thla as Inter- celted people Her hobby la play ORDER OF PUBLICATION ghFgllNa I Ij

estingly as Mr. Bates did, but as ing the piano. Lou Is very nice STATE AND NOTICE'l'O OF FLORIDA APPEAR tot: Aaron I
PI. 29c I don't I hope you will get the and friendly. 0. North whose residence la un 4T : IF'
Idea. Nine times out of ten when known. j
You F
are appear' on
you snap at somebody about February 3,rei\ lr"do the above A +
Football named Court amt wherein
KILN DRIED something or get angry over a plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
mere trifle, it's not what that per County Telegraph shall publish this
son did and you've become AL, IIARLKY Order In next four weekly Issues
angry Witness my hand 'and official
weet Potatoes with them, it's because you were Al Harley came out for football uary Heal at 2, 1947.OFirlCIAI.r Hlarke. -Florida, this Jan- r fly "

already disturbed or bothered by first for BHS In the year of < SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
something else. The chances are 1945.: This An said Court i \
past season was Al's r.Ifc
Lly Conner, D. P.Xach .
5 Ibs. 45c you would never reallze'thls unless last year of high school ball. A It. Douglas. Oalneavllle., Fin.
you took it into consideration.Try weighs 170 pounds and played Atty. for Pit. 1-3 4t 1-24

it sometimes and above all, Full back on the team. Al la noted :

be patient with that person who For his ability to get along with IX CIRCUIT. PI.Olllllll COURT. BRADFORDCOUNTY IN CHA.NCKRV. ,' -1

White Because he has something botherIng the ladles and his alluring smile. Bicycle :
Grits Ruth Ellen: Mahaffvy ThrealtPlain.
him reports or disturbs We wish Al ,
you success and haplnesn HIT, v*. Henry DonHM Threatt De RepairWhether
In some way. This surely is one the future as he trodfl towardthe fondant. Case No. 0304 :
12 Ibs. 17c thing that needs practice ORDER OF. PUBLICATION Its a major P i
goal operation
per post with the women AND 'NOTICE TO APPEAR \
II fection. cheering him on.SOCIETY, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Henry or the mere tightening of BHS (USO) Auditorium Fri., Jan. 31 ,
Donald. Throats whose. address Is a bolt; you can be aura yourbicycle 1
5 Ibs. 35c .
.- cjo General Delivery Camden, South
HIGHLIGHTS NEWS Carolina. win receive prompt and 7:30 P. M. Adm. 60c & $1.20, Inc. Tax r .;
ABOUT BASKETBALL You are required to appear on or oareful attention here.
PET OR BORDENSIMILK The basketball game last, Friday in before the above Monday named, January Court and 37 cause 1947, Sponsored By Starke Chamber of Commerce r. ;.

Many of us who sit In at the night was quite a success in wherein plaintiff seeks dlvorce.BradFord BIGGS & BAKER II I "
: Basketball games know nothingat every respect except, the scores. County Telegraph shall pub. iil'
all about the game'.We Just There was a good crowd. It seemedto Ilstr issueM.Witness this. Order In-next four weekly BICYCLE STORE All funds received by C. of C. will go toward construction ;

sit and ''watch the players and disappear after the, game, my hand. and offlHnlseal of new baseball park at BUSt I"
wonder what is going on and Just though and there were only about day of at December Starke, Florida 1940. this S7th 1211 W. Call St. StArke Fla j jr

13 Tailor 6"Sncall39c what' eobht tthdtwtiaf( Soeen't. 1 ten couples"at.thd 'dance Lu' and (OFFICIAL BBACy A. 3.'Thomas, __ __ r ,; ,
m -
will try to explain a little about Maxle, Dot and Lyle Joan and 1 1

the game. Donald,., Billy, E. and Peggy. Al ,
First let's start out with a few and Ann, Pete K.,, Barnlo Betty a, !
Sue, Pat and Pat and several others \\

COMDTOIVUR482008SOVS seemed to enjoy everything madeI 'iI:1 f i:
quite alot. Some of you others rye !
would like It, too if you would I

j Royal Puddings just go and try It.

(Assorted Flavors I wonder why Martha S. and
AI, / 111186 d'feedivq
Jackie H. could not stay for the
2 for 15cMEATS boys' game last Friday night .. i

,gPFPPromote Watch out EMORY. They must p lo,000FoRDs" ; rii

cause have had they a were wonderful really time sleepy be- ;

even on Monday. One of our prize

rst I students to finish at BHS the is year leaving(and Sunday Incidentally -- /I I,1: ,: !\\,1

the next two, years) .
at Montreat Junior College In 1 i

North Carolina. Last Monday

was her last day at school here. iti1V ) \

*, In case you haven't guessed yet -_ 6 !
it's Joan C. She Just found out
believe Fore'i'
; Vat i> Easy Farrowing, for sure that she was going and ", me, i

she really has been busy these r./ .
Big Utters and Plentyof 'I. !
Grade lb. last few days. allN i1 mechanics know Fords best" i 1F E!
Milk for Pigs There will be a basketball game I _

bite Meat .34 here Saturday night. Jan. 25, F

i i i"A" BUILDING, big litters pigs be-of between our Tornadoes and the } Cep. .'t" .:

rules that the follow. There
! before the pigs are f
GRADE BEEF gins are six girls on each team. Three \
You resultsin ,
guards and three forwards. The ,
a hurry when you condi- three guards stay at the oppo- "I"" .
Chuck RoastPOUND ..
tion sows with Ful-O-Pep nents' end of the court while I,
Pig-N-Sow Feed. This vi- forwards are down on the other r

42c tamin-rich feed for sows half of the court trying to tally {; .

promotes health, easy far- for their team. The forwards are '!1''. ,

nd or Loin rowing, lots of milk and the only ones on the girls' team 4 ,

big litters. Feed Ful-O-Pep who shoot the ball and they have r) i

eaks lb. .53 Pig-N-Sow Feed in equal to pass it twice among them

parts with whole oats, beginning selves before they can shoot It. ,.. -

even r The girls can dribble the ball "" ... frTHn.RI "

and Ib>> before the sows just once then they have to passIt. ---" FORD-TRAINED to service Fords best. AND THEY HAVE GENUINE FORD PARTS made ,: ffjfc ]
bred andcoD'tinuing After the opposing team has
are' on t made a goal the forward of the They know your car'like a book. Every part of specially for your Ford. These are the parts which :;" t

burger.39 through until other team takes the ball from itt!, They 'er you a specialist's skill fit best, run best last longest. These parts : : 2 ',!!!

the pigs are center. A girl can not put her L
mm mm ff ffeket hands on the ball when another
If"" 1b player has it. t tI
us today for I '
If a player ts fouled In the act 'j'IfI
supply. I ,
Stew .27 your of shooting the ball by another .

AlsoComplete player the player who attempted 'i "

to shoot the ball gets two free

ed lb>> LineHARDWARE hoU. Striking a player on the

arm entitles the person In ponaeslon -
con .69 of of the ball to one free ..hot.A .

player who has four fouls called -

against her is automatically
h Pork f>wri 4 Ia
I Ib thrown out of the game.

On the boys' team there are

[usage .49 and five players. There are two for "A

wards, two guards and ''one center -

FARM Any boy can shoot' from anyplace
Ib on the court.. At each end AND FACTORY-APPROVED METHODS mean AND SPECIAL FORD TOOLS and repair equipment

of the court Is a circle' and no you'll get a better job and save money to boot.. built precisely for Fords. Here again you see saving:

rk Ribs .45 IMPLEMENTSFARMERS player can stand In the circle for FordmechaoicaworkwithFordEn ineera'plau... It sure pays to bring your Ford "back home."
over three seconds. If a player .. 15I W
stands In the circle over the limIted -

*- mmm tune the ball goes to-the other ESTIMATES FREE-'USE OUR ,BUDGET PLAN

EE DELIVERY team. After a goal ts shot a
from the team +
guard opposite I
I PHONE 159 I I taker the ball out. A shot ,from ANDREWS MOTOR.

F SOUTH WALNUT i. the floor counts two points a free COMPANY ,
Olson SUPPLY from the'.floor counts two point, ,
Building t
a.free shoot one point. r
MIKE MARUCA, Owner Sports Editor.


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111 SOCIETY and CLUBS CrosbyViningMr. WSCS Circles Met I1:* CIRCUIT.. FLUUlUAl COURT "RAD"'ORDCOVN'rr. 1M CHAN.CKHY. No. ORDER 5160 OF PUBLICATIONAND whose'CfllestlnoMaria residence and Polla (ion '

NOTICE TO AFPKAU! Totrano ProvlncaCounty a.ldre.
and Mrs. R. R. Crosby of At Church Monday Ames Behllewens Nel..onbPllllntltf' STATE OF FLORIDA to: lOmppte! You $avone, italy.
\ v... James Harry; H. Palsre, whose residence and address are required to II PlOO,
Route Two Starke. announce the Case No. (361.ORDEH In: Mac Beth, "Mouth' Carolina.! February U. 1847, In the
Circles of the WSCS held their OP! PUBLICATIONAND You are required to named Court and cause ab
Camellia Show Doctors Discuss engagement and approaching mar- appear oil wi,.,
business meeting Monday afternoon NOTIOW TO APPEAR February 24, 1947 In the above seeks dlvorcB. J\rn r
riage of their daughter Haven STATE] OF F1/O1UDA to: James named court and cause, wherein Telegraph! Shall Pllbll.h
At Melrose Club Problems of HealthAt to J. C. Vinlng Jr., son of Mr. at the Methodist Church. Harry Nelnnn, whose residence Is plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Order In neal tour weekly iNe 1
Mrs. W. L. Blair presided. Mrs. %" No. 410 Kant: 62nd St.. Savannah County Telegraph shall publish this Wltn. my hand and oft",
PTA and Mrs. J. C. Vinlng Sr., of seal at Stark. I
Enjoyed By Many Meeting read the Qeonrla. I Order in next four weekly Issues. FlorIda, thi J
Stockton Ca F. H. Long secretary You are required to appear on Witness my hand and official uary U. 194LOFFICIAL
minutes of the last meeting and February 14th. 1947 In the above seal at Btarke,
: thin January (
''j The two-day Camellia Show. "Mens sana In corpore aano- The wedding will be an eventof named court and cause, wherein 22 1847 As BHJAL) A. 3. hoir
sponsored by the Melroao Woman'sClub A sound mind In a sound body." Sunday afternoon January 26, Mrs. Titus Olson gave the treas plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford (OFFIciAL'SEAL) A. L'Thomas, By Clerk Lucille of O.said Conner Court.
Telegraph shall publish this D. C
closed Sunday night after Dr. 3. M. }Hembree in his talk at urer's report. The members voted County As Clerk of said Court. '1'. Frank Lndrum Slark"
4:30 o'clock and will be ,
at : per- Increase Order In next four weekly Issue By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Atty for Pif 11'111,
'L' exhibiting to about 600 visitors the Parent-Teacher Association formed at the home of Miss Crosby's to work toward a 20 percent Witness my hand and official "Hamuel W. from Melrose and surrounding meeting Wednesday. concisely In member jhlp for the soc Heal at Starke, Florida thin 22nd Atty. for Plf. 1-24 4t 2-14 --
22 1947.OFFICIAL -
parents by the Rev. W. E. uary -
cities and towns. The ladles of stated a six-point program which of the iety. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, IN CIRCUIT V'RT. BRADFORD
for would attain this goal for our Hall of Starke 'pastor Mrs. L. A.. Davis program Am Clerk of eald Court. COUNTY .FLORIDA IN 'M the Club are due much credit Pine Level Baptist Church of By Lucille C. Conner D. C. CBRY.Vlncenso. '1/
'tjv their entertainment and the Inter. children. Stressing the need of Is chairman of circle one led the John J. Hend"reoJE.q.. St. Aurue- Oerbelll Plaintiff vs. 6"lf
which the bride-elect a mem .
tine, Fla. Celestlna Maria Polla .\
Individual responsibility for the In her opening talk Qerbelll De
L esUng display of various flowers program. Atty. for PIf. 1-24 4t 2-14 fendant. Case No. S35H
it some of which were very rare. health problems of community ber.No she stressed the purpose of the ___ ORDER 'OF PUBLICATION
at large Dr. Hembree affirmed' Invitations are being sent ,laBlnnarv, IIOcletv l to helD the IV! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD J AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Tea and coffee were poured In but all friends of the couple are h--Oi. COUNTY VLORIJUAI 1* CHAN.CKHY. STATE OF FLORIDA to Mrs.
that periodic physical check-upa yo the country. The group qfr
and evening of both -
i, the afternoon proper diet dental care. Immunization Invited to attend wedding.. then joined In singing."ChUdhood" Mary Fancee Wftt, Plaintiff vs.
days from a table centered with Frank Witt. Defendant. Ca.e No. -
tests for. Children.
and periodic for parasites from "Hymns I
of camellia -
a lovely arrangement 1363.OflDER
*. debutant variety. flanked are the right and. physical Birthday Tea Following" this Mrs. E. K. Ferryman OF" PtJBtJCATION Have
by tall tapers. necessity of every child. Add to For Mrs. DoutyMrs. secretary of children's STATE OF FIsORIDA to: Frank START THE BALL
I these treatment of each child as work gave a question and answer Witt. whoSe residence la S21 Bait your ROLLING TO HEALTH
The entire hall was a pictureof Ray Street, Charleston South Caro-
aa Individual with a behavior pat- sketch assisted by Mrs. W. G.Halle madein BY
with evergreens banked Edna Douty was honored lina.You BOWLING
spring tern peculiar to himself and we Mrs. J. M. Hembree. Mrs. are required to appear on ,
around the .l prepare Morgan Rlcharde Miss Olive Ray
with bright red pepper tree blossoms the healthy well-balanced adi'lt of by her daughters, Mrs. R. A. I Mrs. E. L.' Matthews and Mrs. plaintiff named Court necks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein aurroundingaof ALLEYS..

and the bloom of red bud. tomorrow. Weeks and Mrs. C. W. Dlshlnger County Telegraph shall publish this OUR ARE
served James Morris. Mrs. I. P. Shepherdgave Order In next four weekly Iasu e own' home
Mrs. Clarmont Tolles as Following Dr. Hembree Dr. 'A. of Jacksonville with a tea givenon Witness my hand and official your SMOOTH AS GLASS
general chairman of the show the reading "Heritage" and aeal at Starke. Florida, this 22nd
T. Covington. Director of the local Saturday at the Douty home. of January 1847. .
the concluded with a
and Mrs. Reginald Kelly presidentof Health Unit, explained. the func- Vari-colored effec- program (OFFICIAL SHAD A. J. Thomas,
the club, and Mrs. Selma Clean, gladioli were solo "I Would Be True" by Mrs. Aa Clerk of said Court. .
tions of the Health Department tively used throughout the rooms By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. .
the flower dis W. J. Churchwell, accompaniedby .
were in charge of in relation to the community. and the lace covered tea table John J. Henderson, Kaq, St. Aug-us- .. : ;STARKEBowliflg
in Mrs. F. H. -
play. Mrs. Rose Stewart was Long tine, Fla.
Quoting from "Florida HealthNotes" was centered by an unusual arrangement Atty. for Flf. 1-24 4t 2-14 T. H. OsborneWRITE
?L' of fruit vegetable The
charge meeting closed with the
of the state
I \>f akveetpeas and pastel -
9 arrangements. Board of Health Dr. Covington devotional given by Mrs. Shep- IV: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD BOX 423

In addition to the long 'table, of, the definition "A local tapers. herd from Mark and Matthew. COUNTY. FLOHIDAI IN .CHAN.CKHY. Alley
called between the hoursof
fine camellia specimens. which I Thirteen members'of circle one Woodrow ,
Health Unit Is a locally administered W. Keep Plaintiff, vs.i
was the center of Interest,there I health' department charged four and six and Mrs. Douty and nine of circle two,and a visitor Oertle W. Keeps- Defendane. Case HOOVER' BROS.. STUDIO; .
attractive exhibits, received many lovely gifts from Mrs. No. 6368 Temple Ave; .' Starke, Fla.
were other with the responsibility of preventing Kmbrey were present. ORDER OP PURLICATTON _
I including modern outofdoorluncheon her friends. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
communicable diseases and STATE OB1 FLORIDA to:, Oertle
table arrangements; promoting better health for the Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Keeps, whose residence Is W. -

vases and bowls'.both large and people whom It, serves." The Waldo Eastern Star Ira Wilson on Thursday of last N North C. Sanitarium Carolina. Black Mountain. For Safety. Comfort and Economy ...
Ara Moltt
miniature; and a showing of Bradford County Health Unit of- were Mrs. You are required to appear on .
outside the hall. The regular meeting of Waldo W. L. Andrews Mrs. P. S. Denmark February 24. 1)47, In the above
fers the services of
plants Immunization
Chapter No. 120, Order of East Mrs. Lizzie Wynn Mrs. named court anil cause, wherein FOR COURTEOUS _ _
determination and In Instances plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
The club wishes to thank all ( some c'
ern Star will be held tonight Lucile Ward Mrs. Lester Kite, County Telegraph shall publish this
treatment) of 'communi _
persons who attended the exhibit Order In next tour weekly Issues $
(Friday) at 7:30 m. Membersare
and extends an Invitation to return cable disease. maternal and child; p. Mrs. Charlie McKlnney, Mr. and Witness my rand and official
urged to attend and visiting seal at Starke Florida, this January INFORMATIONPlease
for another show in 1948. health clinics supervision and Mrs. Claude Prevatt and children 21 1947OFFICIAL A

control of county sanitation perIodic members are welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Moodyof ( SEAT,) A. 3. Thomas, Phone 147rSprpt
-Mrs. Martha Strickland. Lake' Wales and Mrs. Chambers Aa Clerk of said Court. __ _
of children .
Buffet Supper check-ups By Lucille ('. Corner, D. C. *S'SS SJS. pRide
and others too numerous to of the State Far R. II. Duncan. 517 Lynch Building,
For Club Members list. In an effort to clear certain Miss June Patel is visiting relatives Jacksonville, Florida. Florida Greyhound Lines Inc. Busses
In Marianna and Atty. for Pit. 1-24 4t 2-14
Chipley.En Mrs. Edward Burns. Mrs. Mattie -
misconceptions of the work of the UNION BUS STATION
Mrs. M. F.' Brown and Mrs. E. Health Unit. Dr. Covington emphasIZed route she was the guest of I Gahagan and Mrs. O. L. Beas IN CIRCUIT CorseT BRADFORD .

L. Biggs entertained Thursday the point that public Misses Wanda Pearce and Anlce ley attended the Episcopal! Dio- CKHY.DUkee COUNTY. FLOHIIIAI IN CHAN. Temple Av L.tCYCONWAYAgeat; Starke FIa.A .

night of last week with a buffet health Is primarily concerned Green, students at FSCW In cesan meeting In St. Augustine Morocco Plaintiff vs. Rich

supper and bridge at the home of with rather Tallahassee this week. ard L. Morocco, Defendant. Case
prevention than Individual No. 6365.
Mrs. Biggs. Spring ,flowers were I OKUER OF PUBLICATION '
treatment of disease. To
used as decorations and the supper ANn NOTim! TO APPEAR QuI Use More Pulpwood
protect general public from STATE OF FLORIDA to: Richard
table was arranged with a charm- infection by sources beyond Individual L. Morocco whose residence and _'
ing flower centerpiece and sliver &c1ikAitfturning address Is unknown.You 'V .. WRITE TIMBER
control and to raise the are required to appear on .. DEFT
candelabra. Assisting In serving I standard of public health Is a full February 24, 1947 In the above

were Dottie Sue Biggs and Florence time work. Treatment of dieeaseexcept named plaintiff Court oeeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein Container Corp'n. of America.. ,JFernandina, Fla.i1

Brown. when it Is endemicor v -- County Telegraph sihall publish this -

I After several progressions of reaches: epidemic proportions, And who was It: raying just the white "Purity" was also breath-- Order witness In next my four,band weekly and official Issues.

bridge linen handkerchiefs were la the' responsibility cf' the indi other day that we wouldn't have taking S. A. Kyle contributeda Seal at Starke Florida thfs Jan- ... "' '$un Mon.. .
uary 28. 1947.' Tues.
awarded to Mrs.' L. D, and vidual. :
Vining any more winter, because the little wonderful.exhibit.of "Veregate.1Ruba" (OFFICIAL SEA 10) A. J. Thomas, R .,
O. U Beasley holders pot. high i : As the PTA Is yellow butterflies were seen As Clerk of said'Court. VHCATU.: U
actively concerned as well
as jthe familiar
core for club memb "'Wt&nd Mr*. ''With 'the fcalth irscnoolchlldren flying) north.? .A/i t Io.taoes to /. but always favorite ptore,, Pink Charlns By Lucille.H. HeMo/,204-05 C, Conner, D.Realty C. ,. ,.STARKE 1.. FLA... ... Jan.. 26,.. 27, 28
I 1ti -
Robert Kite and E. L.- Matthews- ,, this program.. presented prove that the "old signs" can be Perfection Other eye-catch Building, Jacksonville. :, Florida n fi'? 07f' :!!!' '' '

visitors' high. just aa the weatherman Atty. fort Pltj 1-24 4t 2-14 .., ............. : ....
by the Health Committee Mrs. R. wrong aa ers were the "Albena Plena" of 'V .., < -
...... -
,,<<<' :::
OueA ..
list for the evening Included A. Green Chm., was exceptionally -! I've had a sneaking C. I. Tolles (Melrose) and the .1'1' CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD "" -> -

Mrs. W. B. Sewtll, Mr, and Interesting. The annual I suspicion that we'd ,have a< little "Rosa Superba" of. Dr., Preston COUNTY.. FLOItlUAl. IN CIIASfCKHY. -

Mrs. L. D. Vinlng. O. t* Beasley Summer Round-Up la 'a major winter before spring officially arrived also of Melrose Quite a Marjorle- Lascola. Plaintiff vs.. Roland -

Mr. and Mrs. H.' C. Rltch Mrs. project of the national ,PTA and but I didn't think It'd be creditable show I'd- say. and I 63111. Lascola, .Defendant- .Case .No.

H.. F. Demorest. Mrs. Robert Kite I the local Health Committee functions quite so sudden as Tuesday night's hope even more Callatreeters will ORDER OF PUBLICATION

Mrs. J. E. Wilson Miss Madge throughout the year in sup- drop ,' Oh well. guess it had I turn out for the one In '48 .STATE AND] NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to

Mlddleton. Mrs. I. N. Breazele, port of any community agency or to turn good and cold for the -, Lascola. whose residence :and Roland ad
:Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns Mr. individual concerned with the Birthday Ball. as I never remem- dress I.: 2512 Pauger Street, MewOrleans' -
Let's all Join In a big "Happy ', La.
and Mrs. K. Q. welfare of ber one that wasn't held
c Duncan. Mrs. T. children. on a Birthday to Tou" for You are required to appear on
T. Long and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. freezing night But It doesn't low Ug- February 24, 1941. In the above
who 1s_ _89 years young today I named court and cause, wherein
Matthews. seem to keep the crowd from
Baotist Circles plaintiff seeks divorce and
V He will celebrate with a quiet of children. Bradford JOHN 'MAUREEN WILLIAM
out and we're
Met At Church expectingthe family dinner at home Incidentally graph fo.I publish' this ou"todY\\ PAYNE-O'HARA-BENDIX
DOjlgHNUTS biggest In history at the TJSO 1 Mr. Uglow has a unique next Witness weekly Issues,
next Tuesday night '" my hand ana _
The monthly business and program formula to which he attributeshis seal at Stark, Florida' thla Januery Sentimental

meeting of the Baptist WMS --- longevity Get him to tell ( 21, 1947.OFFICIAL _
SEAL A. 1. Thomas, '
was held Tuesday afternoon iln Pleased to nee so many Call- you about it sometime And As Clerk of said Court. _

the church. The meeting was streeters over at the Melrose by the way. have you seen those Atty.H O. for Prowl PIt Starke. Fla.*
1-24 4t 2-14
: I opened with prayer by Mrs. B. D. camellia show Sunday afternoonand beautiful baskets that Mrs. Uglow 1 __ _
'twas __
hard to
which so deftly fashions from .N CIRCUIT
Tenly, and the program' was in pine COURT BRADFORD
charge of Circle Four. was the highlight of ,the event-. needles? They are truly COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN
CERY. Also
Mrs. Ik A. Canova enjoying the lovely array of flowers things of beauty and she delightsin Lee Hlaher Paige, Plaintiff vs. "THIS IS AMERICA" & News
gave the devotional of Kmpple H. _
greeting old friends from delighting her friends with Pal. Defendant. Case

PLAIN OR SUGARED based on the topic. "The Gainesville Keystone and other them as 1.-. .....
Eternal gifts on appropriate occasions '-'IUIIIIIIIIWIWIIIWIlUIIlUOIIIWIWWIlIlUi'
FRESH DAILY AT- One God Message and One for World.All People" She, surrounding cities Quite nice And nothing could I1lllUIIIIllWllllIIilII1UIlNlIlIUUIIIIWlIlIIlIlInUW'WIUIlI' lIllIlIUIW1lIIIIIIiIlIlliIUI"IIIIIIIIWIUlUIllIUUWWIIWUIII''I'"WIlUlIiUlUIUUIIIIIIIIIWIIIWIIIUIIIIIII1""IIIII..IIIII1i' _", ,::1I

to see Elise Jonas Just back from be more appreciated it tome '
LAPPE BAKERY was assisted In developing this Hawaii and spending a leave of .
__ theme by Mrs. Freeman. Miss absence In Gainesville with her ttQuaL9! cJ-f dVo csaLi&ttit';

Thelma Green and Mrs. R. A. .
parents Bhe might return to Spotted aa Jottedl Billy Cres-

Green. The program closed with the Pacific for she thoroughly ler'; Markle Brown, and Kaapar 'iJIIIUIIUoIlIUIIIWIIJijJ'I1UJjjjjIIl'' !'IIIiIIIIIW\"IIIIIIIWIIIIII'U"'I1UIIIIW'IIIIIIIUlJlIllIlUlI\" iIIII1I1'I1UIlllIIItJIIIIIIUWIWIlIIUIIRtIlIUII1IQ1IUIIIIIU' UUIIHIII mil WJlJIUIUUHIlim, UW UskullDiWIII, *'

I sentence prayers.The enjoys her Army "hostess" work Duncan. performing an "opera-

business meeting was presided there-the only objection being tion" on an unsuspecting frog Walc/'e

over 'by the vice president, that It's so far from home > in the Duncan garage last Sat- ; '.

... .. Mrs A. J. Thomas. Circle counts This in spite of the fact that ,It urday night In preparaUon for ....

fRfSHflSH, were made and the different took her only 48 hours to fly: s biology. class Monday ,,

committees submitted reports. here for her holiday! I James Alvares taking the Navy C Bulova ,and Elgin...,

Mrs. G.. W. Alderman, treasurer eyesight test and discovering, to ..v V ,., ''...*0f *. '. 'A'- :j5" ,.

c At All Times reported 104.22 for Foreign Mission Also enjoyed seeing our old his surprise' that he's colorblind 'I .. I ,
Week of also 33,75 up-'Tax Inc.
Prayer; a balance friends the Colonel Kellys. who W. B.. Sewell,shoppIng

; Sea Trodt Red Bass of $421.63 from the year are thoroughly enjoying life In for a bottle of red Ink and stating ., I

Pompano Sheep Head 1946. their lovely home at Melrose that he purchased a bottle .. : ;
.' The Community Mission from the late "Aunt" Vlda Morgan i
projectwas Col.
Kelly of
Mullet Croakers course you remember -'
to send in used clothing for was among the first commanders on March 1. 193T and It has / f '. f

Large Shrimp the needy and also to pay $15 at Camp kBlandJng and just now given out! My hat's / 1:1) I.

for rent for a needy family and became so sold on this part of off to any business that can operate : I i CL m o nParker J i ,, I
Florida & BaltimoreOYSTERS $20 to an aged lady who has I Florida that he purchased a home With'that amount of red 4 '. *., : 'I" I I

been ill for several months. at Melrose to occupy after his retirement Ink .'. The Nat Sternbergs moving ri :; '.' .
the furniture out of the Walnut .
Mrs. Frazier Shaw Is considering Mrs. Kelly. now r

; tf; < the office of secretary.The president of the Melrose Wom Street domicile that they constructed : )/ !
Fresh meeting was closed with an's Club, greeted guests at the In 1928 and recently sold :: 5f I* t & Waterman '..
Dressed & Pens
Drawn .
door #They deny that they're "quit ,'" .014; -, .. ,
prayer. attractively (and'appropri 'J'! I ) .
Fryers & Hens ately) ting" Starke for good and hope ', f
gowned In
"Kelly" green ..
.. Their fabulous collection of .It's so, for we'd hat to lose our f .: ; .... .

MagnoliaFish WCTU To Meet'The brass and Chinese embroidered hold: on them entirely. <;L.t',1J: ; I '. '- ".i p

tapestry added : I Costume
much to the
regular monthly meetingof Seems the National Guard didn't JewelryPearls .
glamour of the flower. show' being ",
the W. $
C. T.
; U will be held .let Sgt. Jack Jones get settled ',
Market extensively In the decorations ;
Friday afternoon. :
at 3:30 down good here before they 16
o'clock. Mrs. W. J. ',. \
Churchwell whisked him '
away to work with
PHONE 37 will be hostesa to the group at the' In 'T''T'F F
the Methodist And. oh yen' Ku n't for company Live Oak :, ,

,Ij; _ _ : parsonage. get the flowers ., For after all Hell be gone two weeks I. ,.., .>'. i' .. '..
it WAS Rotarians are still trying to figure .... .
a camellia show .. 4'--:' -
F! Never have I seen such an amaa- out some of those amazing rope .

SEED CANE lug array, .and ,HtUe did I'dream tricks that Ted Onborne amused !I

there were so many race. varieties them with last week Seems Watch '

Quite fascinating was that magic's a hobby with Ted tep

that huge:exotic specimen."Bloodof but Rotary members say he's the irin9

FOR SALE China", exhibited by Mrs. IV. : most professional amateur they j

Wyman of Melrose who also was ever- saw! .. And .speaking of !

credited with some dajtzllng Prof.Sarll'enta magic Guess.It'. about time 1

SANTA FE STOCK FARM Dan Reamer of to get that long dress out and ;
see If I can make '
Keystone was well representedwith I and spots disappear those wrinkles GEM JEWELRY
( a lovely specimen of before the

'; R. F.. D.. -1 Box 43 Starke, Fla. "}Jerm.". that muff!)". pinkish I Birthday Ball next Thursday i 'j

variety that seems completely out So long See you there) 109 EAST CALL ST.STARKE, .FLA.-
PHONE 170e
of this world. and Ms ethereal I

Carolyn. .___ ....... .... ...,...
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f3ITS of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Char-I Mra. Harry Mooty spent Mon- L. O. Crenshaw of Wildwood Is opened accidentally she fell to'''III survived by her husband and j' I !
bonneau arrived Thursday of last day night In Gainesville with her I i.
I enjoying a-week's visit with Mr. the highway while the car was her ulsters, Mrs. Sidney Trlest, i
week to spend the winter at their: cousins, Mr and Mrs Milton St. and Mra. L. S. Hutto. still moving. .11 '
homo on :Monroe Street which' Peter. of Theresaa, Mrs. May Marten- i
I W. F. Godwin has as her Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clouae of they purchased last year from F.i Complete line Hallmark greetIng ; i Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs., spent M. Sunday C. Wells with, of City She hospital was removed and passed to the! Lake I sen, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. J. I'I'I "

this week her brother-In. Traverse City, Mch.( visited Mr. C. Hollingsworth. They have as I cards for all occasions at her parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. L. S. away ,C, Nipper, of Newberry. ''
several hours
I B. Montgomery, and niece, and Mra. Ed Dahmer Monday. guests Mr. and Mrs. Leon Menard Hollywood Camera Si Gift Shop.St Hutto. I Funeral services and Interment 'I I
of Montreal. Canada and Miss 1-31 Mrs. Lewis formerly Nancy will be at Douglas, Georgia, at a \ ,1'.'
L White, both of Grlf- They their to South
were on
D. way Mr. and t
Gabriel Tetrault of Chicopee, Mrs. Edward Ensor of Jacksonville Nelson Baker Batten, was born May 13. 1897, .date to be announced later. Arrangements -
Florida. Mans. is visiting her mother, Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. C. Morrison of In Douglas, Georgia, daughter of will be In charge of r '
[Emalyne Morgan spent two Guests of Mrs. Ira Wilson Among the Bradford County Bertha Pearce Fullerton Canada, are truest :Mr. and Mrs. Dan S. Batten. She the Key McCabe Funeral Home ;
of Mr. and Mrs. John G'
| recently with her slater, Monday were Mrs. Palmer Williams teachers who attended "visitation Among those attending the Uglow and
Ihn B. Pollet, In New Or- Miss Annie Carter, and day" at the P. K. Yohge SchoolIn camellia show in Melrose Sunday Mrs.Mr. Uglow C. F. Ward.second Mr. Baker and 1\\
Gainesville last Saturday were; afternoon were Miss Madge Mid- are cousins.
Mrs. Lola Slade of Hampton.Mr Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Miss Madge dleton, Mra. I. N. Breazele, Mrs. Comer Perryman, who Is at- \:' bJNAME
(Carol White was the weekst and Mrs. H. ,H.: Ford of Middleton, Mrs.: Blanche Edwards O. W. Brown, Miss Marian Brown, tending the University of Florida YOU & D.",
of Miss Virginia Pitts Lakeland were weekend guestsof Mrs Ruth Frazier Mrs. Mary Mrs M.' F. Brown, Florence spent the weekend here with his
e Vule. Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow and Freeman Mrs B. Perkins Mrs. Brown, Margaret Rose Duncan parents, Judge and Mrs. E. \K. 1111AleANIJ
ES, complete line of Mrs. C. F. Ward. Muriel Norman, Miss Louise Mra. A. Z. Adklris, :to;..,.. Fred Ferryman. ThZLC ,.
rk valentines a t Ilolly- Mrs. E. P. Tlson of Jacksonville Raulerson Mrs. Evelyn Cooper, Guy, Mr and Mrs. E. S. Matthews!', \\I I
era & Gift Shop. wa. the guest of Mrs. O. L. Mrs. Davis, and Mrs. T, H. Os- Misses Evelyn and Lillian Stump Fall From Auto EERr
St 1-31 ,Beasley on Tuesday.' borne supervisor county schools. Mrs. J. M. Mitcnell, Miss LucUe Fatally Injures ,
nd Mrs. Clinton Hollings- i Friends of R. J. Davis will be Cletua Ward made: an Initial Mitchell. Mrs. Edward Burns,Rev. : .oa4. ? / "
f Lakeland spent,the week- interested to know that he has solo flight ,at Conway Airpark F. G. Yeikea. Mrs. R. S. Fernan Mrs. C. J. LewisMrs.
Ith Mrs. Holllngsworth's'returned to his home here after last Friday. He Is enrolled In the des Mrs. Alice Lansing, Mra. F. "''''-''''''-",''''......._n.. 1 )I
I private and commercial Hoover, Don Hoover, Mr. and C. J. Lewis, 49, wife of a Whatillt..atmak..th.m ,: '
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W.[being 'a patient in Riverside Hos- pilot + \v
pital for several days. course under the Instruction of Mra. R. F Demorest, Ona Demorest Bradford farmer and resident ,.?-r-, 10 good Extra age- ?Litt G' I
y. R. M. Stuart Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis, here since 1928 died Tuesday Special br.wlng-G.nuln o00 /, ,,
For wedding portraits CM T. H. Mrs. W. F., Godwin, Mra. Caro night of a fractured skull,recei- I .Old Tim groin hops 0 40.y ,\
Osborne. See ml on page 4. Chandler, and Mr. and Mrs. E ved in a fall earlier In the day. and malt-light golden r '
Mrs. Sammie Gllllspie of Ft. L. Matthews and daughter, Mary Mrs. Lewis, who suffered froma color Try them todayand .' 1
ANY RADIO Meade spent the weekend here Agnea. lingering lllneas, became violently \ tee what you think I .r ." "t l
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. J. Kppqieon, Sr., left ill with a stomach ailment ; ,, c'J: I
W. A. Colley. Tuesday for extended visit wIth! while motoring with her husband I ,. I! .. .. ,. ..' @ k "
an .. ,... ... .. .... __.vr1iyGY. '.
Mrs. .J. H. Fields has returned her daughter, Mrs Dale Van I,between Lake' City and High c.......'....".'"...__-.Nor "","2122. ,
EPAIRED $2 from Lulu where she spent several .Sickel In Los Angeles, Calif.Capt I Springs When the door' was -- ,. : : L
days with her sister, Mrs.T. and Mrs. K. D. Ezell and daughterare .
Q. Carter. occupying Mrs. Epperson's
PLUS! PARTS After an extended visit in home during her) absence. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT I !
Starke due to
the serious Illness Among those attending the ;
of her father, W. C. Prather, Mrs. concert in Jacksonville
Monday John
H. Denmark Furniture Co. r
Monograph Parts & Service Harlan Burgett has returned to night were Mrs. R. F. Demorest r;
Gainesville where she has accepted Ona Demorest, Mrs: A. Z. Ad- PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. lrl
a position with the Veterans kins Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. E.
Administration.Como L. Biggs, Dottie .
Sue Biggs, Mrs.
l mates & Tube Testing FREE! and be fitted for your L. A. Canova and Jeanette Priest. i
: spring and Bummer Splrella garment Mrs. W.. D. Embry of Lakeland
*. Girdles one-piece garments ; is the guest of her parents, the 'Lady Jackson AUTOMATIC 1 IRONS $9.75America's '
Work GUARANTEED 90 cornets, brassieres, belts, Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell, ; I .
Daysown's maternity garments-Mrs. Frank this week.
Most Economical iron
Hoover, your Splrella Coroetlere, Senator and Mrs Charley E. ,
Starke. tI Johns, and Frazier Shaw, re- Fully Guaranteed Against Any Defect In Workmanship
Donald Ray TlUy, 17, has com- turned to Starke Monday evening
Radio Service pleted his papers for 'the Navy after spending the weekend in and Materials for One Year From Date of Purchase j
and will leave from Jacksonville Tallahassee '

today for Bainbridge, Md. for his Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watkins,of Is The
Rear Bus Station Temple Ave & 10th Street This Iron You've Been Waiting For!
boot training. He Is the ,son of Wildwood, were guests of Mr
Mrs. Peggy E. Tilly, who signed and Mrs. L. S. Hutto last Friday

for two other sons to join the Navy Mrs. Shelley Hall and Miss Gar .. p, .... ;. ". P ..".". ". ". ..... ". ... ....... I '.
during the War: Owen Tilly,who nlta Hutto spent Friday In Jack- '
Wall lost In the Philippines, and sonvllle.
Model 1002 EMERSON RADIOS With
William E. ,iTllly, who Is a resi- Mrs. Garfield Evans of Holguin, Equipped "
O A dent, of Starke now. Cuba, who has been Visiting the The New Hearing Aid For People With Hearing That i
Miss Joan Carpenter will leave Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell <
Is Below Normal ,
Sunday to enter Montreat High for the past week, ,left today for ,
School at Montreat, N. C. St Petersburg I
Friday January 24th. Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Mrs.R. visit her aunt before where going she on Will to ". ". p". .. I.....' .,.,"., .. I ". P' ,. !'; ,,:
A. Weeks spent Friday In Deland to visit her brother, C.

ON OUR STAGE Jacksonville.Mr.. and Mrs.. J. T. Quigley and B.for Stout.a month's Mr: vacation Evans will in March arrive Rolled Edge 50-lb. COTTON MATTRESS -- t 4. 1

.. Edna and Leonard Noegel returned and will'speak in many pulpits

: ton-Salem Sunday, N. evening C., where from,Wins-they throughout The Rev.the and itate''Mrs.at that W.time J. ACA TICK Special f for This Week,Only 19.25.Beautiful :
attended a Bible Conference.They Churchwell had'"as+ their 'guests
\RADMAJONE:: also spent two days In their Hen- over the weekend, Mrs: Olive May ,ji;
dersonv,l1e, N. C.. mountain Bennett, Donald Bennett, anti '
; / home. Miss Olive Bennett, all of Rich- ; '
Ills t
AND Va. Mr. Bennett Is en 1'.1
route to Tampa where he will
'" CONSTIPATIONRisky represent the Youth for Christ Complete, With Vanity (Round Mirror), Bench, Platform Top : {f ;'1

CIRCLE M RANCH'BOYS BAD COLDSRetained In conference organization being at Its held International there. Miss Coil Spring, Chest of Drawers, Modern Panel Red, 50-lb. RE I I

Bennett, who Is a contralto solo- Cotton Mattress, One Pair Feather Pillows :, ;
food becomes
: undigested 1st formerly with the Metropolltan "
Featuring causes toxins which
overload the liver and other vital organs Opera, Bang at the evening Original Price f; '
of the body, lessening your resistance service. Both Mr.t Bennett and SPECIAL 94 ,
e Sunshine Mary to colds and other winter ills his sister are with the Veterans j t.'I't.'I'This
with their treatment.
and Why Interfering take this chance when you can Administration in Richmond.For Week Only $180.04 ;
r take Calotabs? Calotabs thoroughly home portraits see T. HOobnme. I f fI .
Shorty MarkhamWith :yet: pleasantly act on every foot of See ad C on ptU'A *. I
;your laden intestines putrefactive, sweeping food and out toxin-virus-: Willard E. Wynn of Starke, t
laden mucus, enabling you to more made his first solo flight at the .. .
effectively avoid or fight a cold.Nothing Conway Airpark in'a Piper Cub, '
acts like good old Calotabs.Use as A student :
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'. . e . Lady Course e . . . . . . weekly /slueS thereof, the four next publications four-' seal at 9 1947.Starke, Florida, this Jan I lace Jewett Moran who.e- I,
Gray dance
only being required. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, and address I Is' Ullkno"
HamptonBy BrookerBy Witness my hand and official As Clerk of said Court. You are required. to
Graham Given By Red CrossMrs. seal at Starke, Florida, this 15th' By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. February 10, 1847. ,In ,rpbep 1 1>
day of January A, D. 1947. I T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla.Atty. h, e\-
John McKinney5.5e local Mm." M. C. !tsweeneye Mrs T. W. Markey ., J. Thomas for Plf. l-io 4t l-Jt named court and cause. ., '
By Mrs. W R. Morse, secre- e . . ax Clerk ot saidLCourtt. plaintiff seeks dlvorcit n,T",
tary for the Red Cross, announces s 555 5e 5 Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. IN CIRCUIT COURT, BILADFOnDCOUNTY County Telegraph shall ,
that a training course for Green ft Oreen, Starke, Fla. FLOHUIAl. IN CHAN.CICIIV. Order In next four lIubll'ha*
Mr. and Mrs. L E. Ratllff were Attorneys for Petitioner Witness my hand
"Gray Ladles" will begin on Jan. outstanding civic event of Mrs. E. J. Lewis entertainedwith 1.11 U 1-1 Emma Kathryn McBride' Williams. seal at Starke and 0111,
Waldo Sunday. FlorM"!
visiting In 29. Classes will be held in Lake herhome Plaintiff, vs. Howard Otis. Williams, serer 8. 1941.OFII'ICIAL rblo J k,
mid-winter held last Friday a birthday party
Defendant Cane 6324.
Mrs. A. T. Andrews of Starke City on Jan. 31, Feb. 4, 6 and 7, in IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ( SEAL) A, J. '\'
at the Recreation Hall last Saturday afternoon As Clerk ho tHy
Sunday of Feb. 11. night COUNTY FLORIDAIN CIIA1MMary ; of said Court.
waa the dinner guest with graduation on NOTICE! TO APPEAR
DO of Hampton'lprominent honor of the fifth birthday anni- CEItY. Lucille C. Conner, J'I,
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Is to all when about Plaintiff STATE OF FLORIDA to: Howard c
her parents While the course open Manley i D. E Knight, Starke, | .
citizens! enjoyed the versary of her grandson Leon- vs. Joseph C. Iloaaland, Defendant.Case Otis Williams whose residence and Atty. for eit. Ill
Interested a particular Route
Wasdln.Mr. who are address is
1 Box 41
After sev- No. 5338.ORDER : : .170, ,Mt. I II
hospitality of the 3-H Club, ard Edward
and Mrs. W. M. Bushloper request is made for women who OF PUBLICATION Hope, West Virginia
youth organization. eral outdoor games had been en- AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR You are requIred*!! to appear on
and daughter, Judy, of Green have musical ability or those cap- February 10, 1947, In the above
little guests were STATE OF FLORIDA to: JosephC.
Mrs. W. H. Smith, to whom joyed, the 12 ,
Cove Springs were guests last able of guiding handicraft clas- Hoaffland, whose residence and named court and cause, wherein
discussion\ Occupa- much of the success of this affair Invited Into the dining room address Is 412 S. Wensel Street, plaintiff seeks ": : Bradford GET
Mr. and ses or groups. epU THE
weekend of her parents County Telegraph this
for the hospitalized Is credited, acted as mistressof where they were served birthday Louisville, Kentucky. ec
' N. J. Davis. Other guestsof tional therapy You are required to appear on Order next tour weekly Issues "
Mrs. Mr. veterans is a necessity and ceremonies, and hilarious old- cake, cookies, ,and ,Ice cream. February 17, 1947, In the above witness my hand and offlcla*, SPEEDY SURE
Mr. and Mrs. Davis were seal at Starke, Florida, this Jan-
named Court and cause, wherein&lalntlff
and Mrs. Carlton Davis and chllCARPENTER'S many workers are,.,needed. Any- fashioned parlor games were en- Assisting' Mrs. Lewis In, entertaining seeks divorce. Bradford uary 8,' 1947.(09'FICIAL RFtEFFORACiI
one who wishes to join the classis Joyed, such as "Ring on a String", the young guests were Telegraph shall publish this SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

requested to notify the Red "Fruit Basket", and "Going to Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs. L. Order Witness In .next my four hand weekly and issues.official By A.. Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner Court., D. C. I I INDICES

Cross office. Jerusalem". Group singing of R. Green. .neat at Starkei-' Florida, this January E. John Nelson 204 Lynch Build- I
popular folk songs was also enjoyed -' 11 1947.OFFICIAL Ing, Jacksonville, Florida. i I'
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Atty.; for Pit. 1-10 4t 1-31
dren of Waldo. with Mra. Leaston Wynn at Mr. and Mrs Royce Gainey and As Clerk of said Court. I

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Young and the piano. Miss Martha Home children of Jacksonville were Joseph K. Skipper William. BulldInif. IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD I t lCarpenter's 9
7 W. Fomyth St. Jacksonville COUNTY, FLORIDAIN CHANCERV. .
son Bob, and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis rendered several musical selec weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. 2, Fla. Atty. for Pit. 1-1T 4t Ii I

Young and children were tions. R. Gainey. Ruth Moran, Plaintiff, vs. Wallace
Eddie Was- IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Jnwett Moran Defendant Case No.
and Mrs.
visiting Mr. Newcomers to the communitywere
Mrs. Rufus Allen spent COUNTY FLOHIUAI IN CHAN- (330.
din in Waldo Sunday.Mr. I Introduced, including Mr. weekend in Jacksonville with Mr. CKIIY. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND

and Mrs. Leonard McKin- and Mrs. Robert B. Jennings, and and Mrs. Colin Knight. Milton Ida Grace M. Perry Perry, Defendant.Plaintiff, Case v.. NOTICE TO APPEAR I Drug Stm

J ney of Daytona Beach spent the Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Shafer, who Miss Marie Edwards of Jack- ,No. 6335.' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wai.

weekend with his parents, Mr. and are taking a great Interest In our of ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND -- --
d sonville was weekend, guest NOTICE) TO APPEAR
Mrs. John McKinney young people and their varied relatives here., STATE! OF FLORIDA: Milton

I Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cain are activities. Mr. Jennings, Bradford Guests of Mr. and Mrs N. C. M. Perry. Is:,USS whose Benevolence residence (and AH-13)address -

the proud parents of a baby girl County tag inspector, Is especially Mott Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. Calif.% Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, R. B. Alvarez & Son!

born Saturday mornings She has interested In Boy Scout work,
B. C. Lewis and sons, Mead and You are required to appear on
IF been named Sharon Annette. and Is arousing favorable atten- February 17. 1947, In the above
,Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulk- named court and cause, wherein
tion of the fathers
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand among many ner, all of Starke, Mrs. Angle plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Transfer & Storage Co.
and here.Refreshment8.
children were visiting Mrs. sons County Telegraph shall publish this
Dekle, and Miss Vlda Dekle of
of assorted cbld Order In next four weekly Issue
PRESCRIPTION McKlnney's aunt, ?irs. Melton, In Lake Butler, and Mr. and Mrs. Witness my hand and official
Waldo' Sunday. drinks, homemade spice cakes and seal at Starke, Florida, thle Jan Phone 179
PHARMACIST peanut butter cookies were serv Jack Simmons .and son, Lamar, uary 10, 1941.OFFICIAL .
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Broughton of Monteocha. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, "
ed. Those from, out of town at- A. Clerk of said Court. .
STARKE and daughter, Mrs. Katie tending were the Rev and Mrs. Pack and Jesse Shirley of MI- By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
p Phone 64 Mann, and Chlsper, and Mr. and Chas. R. Rees 804-05 Realty Build- We operate local and long!
Ralph Rivera of Waldo, and the ami spent part of last week here ins, Jacksonville, Florida. and
Service Mrs. E. Moving
On-the-Minit Broughton were visiting Rev. and Mrs. Fred S. Dodd of with C. S. Kelly. While here they Atty. for Pit. '" 1-17 U .2-7 distance Anywhere inj
relatives Macclenny Sunday.
Mid-lakes. enjoyed fishing in the lakes and SI
IN CIRCUIT.COURT BRADFORD the State of Florida.c .
rivers. COUNTY ..Oltll-. IN C1IANCEHY. -
Southern Lumber Company10th Announcement was made this Mrs. Resale Carlton and Mrs. George Sillcn, :Plaintiff vs. IIlta Fast Careful Moving
Sam Mott were in Starke Friday. Slues, Defendant. 'Casa. No. 6348. ,
St. Two Blocks East of Depot, week that a revival will begin on ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
Sunday Feb. 2, and continue Mrs. Lottie Edwards was at- NOTICE TO APPEAR
Starke, Fla. STATE OF FLORIDA to: I leaSulcs
tending to business Starke on
through Feb. 9, at the Baptist whose residence. and addressIs

ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER Church with the Rev. Lloyd Monday.Mr. : Kandava Latvia.
II You are required to appear on
King of Orlando as principal and Mrs. Howard Mott February 17, 1941, In the above Service

speaker. Last Sunday, the Rev.L. have sold their home and at pres- named court and cause, wherein Complete
Logs Purchased at the Mill plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ae
E. Tullar, missionary to NI- ent are living in the Ziff section.C. County Telegraph shall publish.. this

or' Stumpage Bought geria, gave an Interesting addressat S. Kelly and son, L. C., at- Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and official Issues. Looks like it's going to h fcj

the morning and evening ser- tended the livestock show in seal at Starke, Florida, .this Jan- a long time yet befon
vices. Ocala last week. uary IK, 1947.OFFICIAL of that
many us nee
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
The Rev. Fred Dodd pastor of Mrs Ovid' R.. Gano and son, As Clerk of said Court. car we've been waiting for,!
Sell Your TIMBER NOWI! the Christian Church, announcedon Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
= --- Ray, were weekend guests of theformer's T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. Therefore, it's more in-i
Sunday that a series of revival Atty. for fit. 1-17 4t 2-7
mother, Mrs. Celeatla Certified portant than ever to let ui]
meetings will be held at
West, in Gainesville. IN ('IHCI'IT COURT, BRADFORD keep your old car in A-l I[
Highest CASH Prices Paid that church beginning Feb. 16 COUN'rY' FI.OItlUAl IN CIIAN- Lubrication
and continuing through March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Mott and, CKHY. condition.
of Valdoata Ga. spend Lucille Denmark Shirley, Plaintiff,
baby are
The Rev. M. B. Miller of Mountain v.... H. H. Shirley, Defendant. Case
ing this week here with his par- Washing Polishing Waxing
------ City, Tenn, will be in chargeof No. 6347. I
ents Mr. .and Mra. Sam Mott. ORDER OF PUBLICATION .
services. Cottage'prayer AND NOTICE TO APPEAR STANDARD OIL ,
WILL BUY IN BULK meetings for this revival began Friends of Mrs. Mott .are glad STATE OF FLORIDA to: H. R.
that she is improving after being Shirley, whose residence and address '
OR BY THE UNITEDWIN last Tuesday with the first held Is; 634 1st Street, Columbus, L. B Alvarez Service Station
at the home of Mr. and Mrs T. sick for several weeks. Indiana. ; ,
You are required to on
.. C. Chastain.' Oat Tuesday, Jan. 28, Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and b.1 ,
.- February '17. ;1947. .dn the above I *- ..
Mrs, J. F. Johnson' has asked baby of Jacksonville, and Mr: and named Court and'cause. wherein : Temple Ave': a l; Call'St..

that Mrs. Grady Baxter of Baldwin plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford l '.. ,_
they meet at;her home.
shall publish this .
? W. PECK :were dinner guests of Mrs. R. P. g dYIJ.next four weekly issues

Baptist WMU members enjoyed Lewis Sunday. Witness my 'band and official .
seal at Starke... Florida, this Jan-
P. O. Box 463 Gainesville Fla. their January 'meeting at the Mrs. Resale Colson and chil- 18 1947. .
f home of- Mrs. W. A. Scott In dren of Starke were visiting Mr. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

Send Me A Postcard Starke. Attendance was good, and Mrs. G. B. Colson last week. By As Lucille Clerk. of C.said Conner Court.D. C.'

and the time was pleasantly and .Mrs..Lottie Edwards, with Mrs. :T. Frank Landrum. Starke. 'Fla. SEE ARNOLD GRIFFIS
A"d'i Will Come To See You profitably spent Atty. for Pit. 1-17 4t 8-7
Mattie Ellis of Worthington, vis- ,
W. H. Smith left Wednesday of ited relatives In Jacksonville last IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
I last week for COUNTY, FM>ItII>AI IN CHANFrederic' 1'
Charleston S. C. weekend. CF.ny. Sausage

II r g e where he will re-enter the Mer- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green visited C. W a r neck', Plaintiff,
Mary A. Warnecke, Defendant.Case
chant Marine
_. after spending the Mr. and 'Mrs. R. K. Dukesof No. 5326ORDER Fresh
past eight months at home with Dukes Sunday night. OF PUBLICATION Pork Liver PuddingHog's
his wife and
A / / family. Miss Ivamae Lewis of
Starke STATE OF FLORIDA to: MaryA.
John McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend here with her Warnecke, whose residence andaddress
J Head Cheese
I Is unknown.
Orville ,
1 iC Brookins and Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis You are required to appear on :

Mrs. Gerald Adkins were visitors Mrs. Rosa Pinholster was visiting February 10, 1947 In the above Yex.
toe Palatka named Court and cause, wherein
Tuesday. Mr. and relatives and friends in New plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I' 0

Mrs. E. L. Kelly of Lake.Butler' River and Lake Butler last week- County Telegraph shall publish this I
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ad- end. Order In next my four hand weekly and official Issues'Witness

kins on Friday.B. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green and seal at Starke, Florida, this January 2 MILES SOUTH OF STARKEON
crvpSlttp N Y. Saxon 7, 1947.OFFICIAL .
%" and Mrs J. W. children were shopping in Gainesville ( SEAL A. J. Thomas
#i Horne' spent Wednesday of last Saturday.'. As Clerk of said Court.
week Hy Lucille C. Conner, D C.
guests of Mr. and .
.lot... John Cone was visiting William D. Morgan Fifth Floor I
FHB GpSPA iO"1 M. W. Morrew at Holly Hill. Mrs. Bill Plummer in Starke Clarke Building, Jacksonville Fla. ,

VAL. fgB On Thursday Mrs. Home and Tuesday afternoon.The Atty. for Plf. 1.10 It 1-3

daughter, Betty, were shopping In Brooker Junior High PTA IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD .,,,
ptP Jacksonville.Mr. rOI-NTY. F1.0HIUAI IN; CHAN ( ?
/r 1t4VA.5' a6 ru will meet in the school audi- CEIt Y. -
L 1AI and Mrs. Ellis Thornton of torium Tuesday, Jan.: 28 at 3:15: Janet Rosenberg, Plaintiff vs ,

OVA PARADE 6ai SJ Starke were visiting Mrs. Thornton's p. m. AU patrons are urged to Case Herbert No 5331.llnsenberir. Defendant.

mother, Mrs. Minnie Johns ,
ml 10. on Sunday. Mra. J. W. Thomas and Mrs, NOTICE TO APPEAR
I ti el'' f Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Allen and STATE OF ;FLORIDA to: Her-
1lP Ox 1d R. Gano were visitors in bert Kosenberawhose. residence

.-.. OOf ., e d soli? family, and Charlie Farina, all of Gainesville Monday afternoon. and address I Is: unknown.You Y'w
Jacksonville were _guests last are required to appear on
10. 1947. In the above
of the Rev. and Mrs. Realty TransfersAnnounced named Court and. cause, wherein
II Wilbert Hall. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
I County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder
:Mrs. Alberta and :
Hodge children -
by1 E.. A. Strout In next four weekly Issues.
of Columbia S. C. have returned Agency: To William Walpole of, Witness my hand] and! official I

1 to their home after spend Cleveland, Ohio, from J. E. Bane,

JUST RECEIVED -- New MerchandiseAT atives.ing several weeks here with rel- filling station, grocery and cab- require'
Palatka three
ins on highway
COST miles from Starke.

Magazines WantedFor To T. R. Connell of San Bruno, ''se't '

Boys' Overalls-Sturdy Sanforized Hospital Vets California, from F. L Clough >, ; cleaning

':d Fabrics two farm houses and four acres $o00 1 I

In South Starke, on highway If the type of
When you have finished with you're
: Sizes 2 to 6
( 1.45 each those magazines and pocketbooks 200.Recorded j

don't consign them, to the attic, in deed records at person who. ,takes pride

Ladies SLIPS, Rayons Best Grade send them to the.ic1( Red Cross Court House: To Douglas P. i In your' wardrobe

r, 1.65 each office for they are needed for the Hardy,.of Hampton from Gilbert 1

I veterans In hospitals. The boys Lamoreaux, lot six: of block 30, i t '< yowl appreciate the

i'i'l' Brassieres have particularly requested west Blanton's Addition! to Hampton.
Sizes 65c each ern and detective stories. It will Price indicated by. documentary ,---r-- metrlculous care we

take such a little time to carry stamps: $2000.

DUNGAREES, Blue For Boys the books to the Armory and when To J. G. Lamoreaux from B. You Can'tSTRETCH give every garment I

Sizes 6 to 10 you think of the years those men 7. Saxon Old Hampton Bank
1.65 I
each have given to us, Isn't It worth building and lots three and four entrusted to us. Here

l :' the trouble T of block 13 in 'town of Hampton. *
RAYON wearables
HOSE for Ladies And finest
while we are on the subject Indicated price: $2000. your
\. : there are veterans' families' I
85c pair lustre
and other deserving persons In A $5,000 Fire Policy to I are given new

) Men's ALL-WOOL FELT HATS in Bradford need of County who are badly Lv TIIW 'In'liT Corn mtti- cover $10,000 Loss! and new life.- Bring
clothing: any kind any FORU t'OrvTY, PI.OItuitj. lv
; .; \ All Sizes 1.75 each age. A group of volunteers .will CR tNCERV. here for
mend the : ADOPTION: OP MINOR ,: your
tears and sew on the ORDER OP PUBLICATIONSTATE

TOWELS Sizes 22 40 buttons. Adult clothes can be cut ANO NOTIOn TO APPEARAiken Get Our Inventory Booklet better cleanIng. I
x down to fit the small fry so hereIs OF "I.OIUDto: Mary

f 65c each wonderful chance to do a residence. whose address postofflce I. % add Uero's re.. .Tm and,,. ,Charley E. JohnsAgency

little advance spring clearing out erPearll.tndrLevy T.
US'\ ARMY BOOTS and clear your conscience at the W. Ore n. Petl- PHONE 135
(Seconds) >" ha"e fU.! same time. Take your contribution In 'he above Court, their intention ROBT. 315Temp'

"4 Sizes 7 to 12 3.85 pair to the Red Cross office soon. to Joe legally Aiken a adopt n.lnor.Your .on, Perry Phone IS 8TARKK. FLA. nI __" '
**>*iie.* GREEN U
You. 7fl
are required to

J ick' complete The TELEGRAPH stocks of India now Inks carries and th.1141,.lIth and day show of"u"February"appear th.r.A. on b.D.. .. Owner .'4.

s Bargain House showcard colon. 14 Colon Pric- of any that" KM-s rOil: have- !*. not wily b.an.lIt.rael Order P' Ave.PAGE .

ed at only 15c. SOo and SSc to the KspraamMnfl" THE TRAVELERS Hartford
County Telegraph hall -


ItYjANUARY ti, 1947 i
PAQB. -. SmvJIIIf:! .

vice in the event of . . ;'
a National .
jy Recruitere 5 . . . .
Emergency. Former Una

| Each Friday all branches of the armed members forces of State Farm New RiverBy Church News Bethel Mr.Monday.and Mrs. Ira Allen 'and I f" ,.1.

y'men from 17 to 18112| who served on active duty during daughter, Judy, of Starke were I '
World War II are also eligible My Mn. Bryan WhltfieU The School visiting friends and relatives in )-
39 By Mm. E. W. Allen I
Tom 30 to are unaware . r . .
fact that they may now he added. . . . Revival To Start . . . this community Sunday. I 'n" \
Chief Talbert Is in the Starke The people of this section were I ,
with he
Bate themselves inactive Na post office building every Friday The Rev. Truby Parrlsh of San- At Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen and saddened to hear of the death of ,
serve in an status from 10 a. to Colors and varieties of blossoms ta Fe filled his regular appoint Albert QHsson were In Hamptonon Dick j
have had m. 3 p. m. and will Church SundayThe Ellington. We wish to extend -
j though they no ment at the New River Baptist ,
be glad to answer any questions were arranged to make each business Sunday. our heartfelt sympathy to 1
bus military or naval ser- that may arise. vase of flowers a work of art Church Sunday morning. The Rev! Rev. Ralph E. Johnson of Miss Ruth Drown ant fatherof his family I:' I
I it was stated here last week and Mrs. Parrish and their children -
in the decoration of the Club Chattanooga, Tenn., general Gainesville were visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gainey
Lf H. S. Talbert of the Navy The TELEGRAPH has Just received Room for the meeting of the Com- were dinner guests duringthe evangelist of the Methodist and Mrs. D. D. Woodard Wednesday were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph JI II I I
siting Service. day of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
new pre-war quality REAL munity Club Tuesday afternoonof Church will conduct a revival at Gainey recently i
|e Inactive Reserve offers rubber bands. Plenty 0 ftratoh last week. The president, Mrs.P. Andrews. the Starke Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Earl Strickland The publlo is cordially invited .

opportunities to men able .- and snap ami D. Fancher, presided over the Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore have beginning at the 11 o'clock service had as guest Sunday Mrs. Ott to attend Bethel Baptist Church >1 i

ly, and places a man un- strength. Four sizes at 49o per routine business session. Mrs. J. returned from Miami after spend Sunday morning, Jan. 26, Hodge. services held each Sunday at 1:30: iP, '
obligatlon other than ser quarter-pound box.A real bargain. H. Moncrief and Mrs. M. E. Gri- log several weeks there with their and continuing until February 9. Mrs Leila Boree of Jacksonvillewas p. m. and prayer meetings each 'j I I'

ner, who were hostesses on this children. They have their trailercar Ue has been a successful evangelist visiting her sister, Mrs. Emily Wednesday night at.1M. The ,
occasion, served State Farm but are Gllsson", recently
sandwiches and at the in the Methodist Church for Rev. Richard Lee is pastor.
brownies with coffee relatives here. Due to his Jeff Murrhee was visiting Mrs. i
during the visiting
more than 25 years, Mrs. Opal Allen visited friends
Let Us Cure Your Heat social hour.BRIDGE health Mr. Moore la taking It meetings In more than conducting 25 states Albert Glson! Monday. and relatives in Boatdraln Sun. ,,j'

easy for a while. Perhaps, no one doing We are sorry to report that
CLUB MEETING meeting will istic evangel. Mrs Brady Collins is 111 at this For stamp pads, stamp pad
The weekly prayer work offers such i
Plain Salt Cure Mrs. R. P. Stubbins entertainedthe be held at the home of Mrs. Jessie of a wide writing. Her many friendS! in the Ink, rubber stamps dater., nuraberers I
State Farm Bridge Club at scope endeavor, Rev. Johnsonnot 1'1'irk
Thursday"night. community wish her a speedy recovery see The TELEGRAPH. \ 1
: Lee Lazenby
,** tis. her only is a
last Thursday afternoon.The powerful gospel \\1'' !
or Sugar Cure card tables were placed in This will be the final meeting before preacher, but is especially gifted Mrs. J. M. Allen and children, .. tf t I Ifl'
revival which begins! Sunday }
the in
I the living room and there, and in music, being the possessor of Junior, Lloyd and Faye, were !
We also have1 the adjoining dining room the night at Long Bridge Christ- a rich baritone voice. He plays visiting Mr. and Mrs. Brady Col- ''II> t '
lockers _
to put your Ian Church with the Rev. M. B. several musical '
charm was enhanced by the color instruments and '

meat in after his. cured and smoked and beauty of lovely flowers. In In Miller charge of, the assisted Appalachian by the Rev.Mts. presents One a varied program. Tailor-Made riA'tielse :
Contract, Mrs. L. F. Chapman, of the most unusual features -
as holder of top score, won a Fred Dodd of Keystone Heights.Mr. of the revival will be the SEAT
napkin holder while Mrs. P. D. and Mrs. T. H. Sheppardwere comprehensive programs given COVERSSSI r
Fancher received! a tea towel as visiting. Mr. and' Mrs. Mike for the young people and childrenof :

second high prize. :Mrs. J. C. Sheppard and son, Mike, Jr. the church and community each t ',

STARKE ICE COMPANY Wallace won the "Bingo" reward, Sunday night in Gainesville. day. Miss Roberta Hall of Dyer, ik i\{\

a lip stick handkerchief. Refreshments Rodman Reddish of Water Oak Tenn.? who is an accomplished ,
consisting of a salad course ,was visiting C. E. Andrews Mon- pianist, will assist Mr. Johnson 1'1 I.
Phone 12 Starke, Fla. with coffee, were served at the day p. m. with the music and In the work' i'

end of the progressions. G. Q. MIzell. Lensey Mizell, and with the young people and chil, I'

IVKINER ROASTA children of Georgia were visiting dren. I > :
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andrews Services will be held '
group of young people enjoyed dally
All Work Guaranteed
weekend.Mr through '
a weiner roast around a oved the the week at 10 a m. and J
and Mrs. 'Guy Andrews and 7:30: p. m., and on Sundays at WARD SEAT
>RAKE bonfire at the home of Mr. and Hollywood Camera !
SIGN SERVICE"SIGNS Mrs. W. O. Ingram Friday night. sons of. Starke were guests of the regular hours. All membersof fI I'

This party was the award made Mr. and Mrs. G. W Andrews Sun the congregation and friends COVER CO. and Gift Shop

OF ALL KINDS" '.' by the community Sunday Schoolto of the church are cordially invited. GAY'S SERVICE STATION
day.C. C, LL8T.AT.RAILROAD J, .1
the class E. Andrews and R. R. Andrews .
making the bet're.!: Phone 10 Court A Madison st.
I cord during the past quarter. made a business trip to At The TabernacleServices 1'1,fib

N I E O) N,... 'Mrs. Engram Is the teacher and Gainesville Monday.Mr. at

class!: members include J. W.Wal- the Tabernacle the

SPRAY PAINTING 'ker, "Sonny" Engram: Dewey lough. and and children Mrs. Lester were visiting McCol-: past who week attended.were Inspiring to all III I

Thornton, Peggy Caldwell, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCollough of Rev. Gulbransen Tuesday! of the eveningthe Phil IMPORTANT TRAVEL TALKS
Whitfield. invited
AUTOS & REFRIGERATORSServing They Sampson Sunday.Mr. ippines told graphically of the .
other Farm juniors to participate -
and Mrs. Gordon Sumner Beautifully Illustrated
work being done there by the I
in the fun with them. "
'Northeast.Florida and Bonnie Mae were Visiting 1! Christian Missionary Alliance By Stereopticon Slides In Color I

MRS. CHAPMAN IS IIOSTESS Mr. and Mrs. Grover Durdenof group of which he Is a member. j'J

PHONE 70 P. O. BOX 424 Mrs. L. F. Chapman enter Wellbnrn Saturday.Mr. << Rev. Gulbransen stressed the need Presented by Geo. F. Tibbitts I"
B. M. fLake
and Mrs. Moody
for more workers In that field.
tamed her Starke Bridge Club at I'
STARKE Wales spent Saturday with i
her home Friday morning. Jan. Mr.: and Mrs. Raymond Brown_ Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Ethel President of the Gospel Volunteers of I Ij w
IT. Yellow spring flowers were Bell, another C. M. A. Missionary,
the Inc.
to World
E. A. Sapp and sons went {
tastefully arranged and placedin rave a talk to the_ Chllilren-n
H m
Jacksonville on a business mission
the spacious.. living room. The Thursday of last week. Bible; hour, and that evening she and Gordon L. Purdy, Vice-Pres. I:

AdvertisementMARKETING matched towel sets, had yellow Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Nettles of showed slide pictures of the mission j
borders, further emphasizing the field of French West Africa.,
Florencevllle were vWtling Mr.
chosen color scheme. Among the and Mrs.,, D. J. Nettles and Mr. Mrs. Bell also told of her experiences Park-Of-The Palms Auditorium ji I.t I.
f members Mrs. O. L. Beas- In
;; *; Club and Mrs D. C. Nettles over the crossing the Atlantic.The .
r' ley won the prize for high score weekend. ship was torpedoed and she t Keystone Heights Fla. ,
while Miss Jean Irwin won the Miss Cozette Sapp of Jacksonville and twelve others, including her \:
guest prize. At noon luncheon was was the guest of Mr. and two children floated on a small I'
served on the card tables. It wasa Mrs. E. A. Sapp over the weekend.Mr. raft for 20 days before being Sundays in Jan., Feb. 3:30 P. M. f j
I fiello. I'm a newcomer he ,l'but before long I hope you'll delicious meal centered<< around and Mrs. M. R. Nettles, rescued. ,
1 think of me as a neighbor the good old-fashioned kind chicken a la king. In addition to Mr. and Mrs. D;( C. Nettles and Friday night. the Rev I.. E.
t Who passes her' beat recipes on to you, tells you about the Jan. 26th: Palestine the Holy Land. Here Ie
[bargains she finds, and shares her tlme-and-energy saving Mrs. Beasley and Miss Irwin son, Elbert, Mr; and Mrs. D. Tullar, a Nigerian' Missionary we follow the footprints of Jesus Christ as A:
I discoveries with )'ou. That's what I want to do, and I'm those present were Mrs. A. Z.Adkins J. Nettles were visiting Mr. and brought a very timely message .
I looking forward to visiting with you here often from now on. ) Mrs. M. ,F..,Brown, Mrs.' Mrs. A. A. Swift in Raiford Sat The Rev. Tullar was also the Inspirational the light of the world. j r J.d

fLAVOR Mvoitim WATCH f M SCRAMBll 'OR IHISI K. O. Duncan, Mrs.' Thomas F C. E. Andrews made a business speaker at the Saturday i
news, coffee lovers! The 8 Want to round up a square mealIn Grady Mrs. O. t. Haynes, Mrs. trip to Lake Ctly Thursday p. Youth meeting, which was Feb. 2nd: Do you Know Where We Can Find 't 3t ;
blends are plentiful again! a jiffyT Then pick up a packageof Telfair Long, Mrs. Tom Blade. m. of last week. ably conducted by Miss Vivian Peace and Good Cheer for, This Bewildered a/ "I
my family: be glad to have quick-melting CHED-O-BIT Mrs. Fred Guy Mrs. L. A. Davis Hazen. World? .fe:' *' J
:AR backl! They love its vigi' CHEESE FOOD SUNNYBROOKEGGS and a cartonof Mrs. J. O. Cottrell, Mrs. J. G. t . !, . Monday evening the Rev Bert 1 $ '1 ,\
orous, winey fla- guaranteed Godwin, Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs.O. .
,vor. Plenty of when you're shopping at Turner, Irish Evangelist, openeda A Cordial Welcome Is Extended To All d
L. Vining. TheressaBy
people do, but the A&P today. Scramble the eggs revival meeting which will con *" }
-p prefer mild add small cubes of tangy- tinue through Sunday. Don't miss IT.
many mellow EIGH11O'CLOCK flavored CHED-O-BIT daring the Accompanied by her brother, Eva Mae Trlest the opportunity to hear this noted Take Routes 21 or 100 "y+, I
. .
and last minute of cooking and call the J. D. Scott of Gainesville Mrs.R. e 5 .
'loads like rich, family! (They won't need second M. Markham went to Marlan- speaker ,i>
full-bodied RED invitation!) Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rhoden of 4 I \
na during the past weekend having
CLE best They all agree on MASHID POTATO MAGIC been called on account of the Starke was the guest of her mother Presbyterian Church"The JH,
thing, though-you can't beat You've no idea how smooth and brotherinlaw.Mrs. and family here Sunday afternoon. ;
COFFEE for freshness and death of their :.
mashed .
buttery-flavored potatoescan
pr! That's because it's sold in be until you've tried G. W. Hunter of Gainesville Ernest, Leon and Ervin Trlest I Gateway to God" or the REVIVAL I MEETINGMethodist
whole bean, and Custom them with creamy-rich WHIT visited her son-in-law and place of prayer In the life of man :
nd just right for your coffee- HOUSE MILK. They're extra- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. and Miss Eva Mae Trlest, Truman Is the subject of the sermon that
ere Try it today! nourishing too until and Grace Dickinson and will be delivered by Dr. KaufmanIn Church Starke, Fla. ; II
Roberts, from, Monday {
of II// Miss visitorsto
for every pint ,w Ruth Slbley were the Presbyterian Church Sun t
SPUI.IICOND'S.AOHlmighty WHITE HOUSE .I Thursday.Mr. Keystone Heights Sunday. day morning at 11 o'clock. Starting Sunday January 26 : !
popular hurry-up meal contains each ess and Mrs. CecU McRae and Lloyd, Alford and Carlle Mae
house is delicious ENCORE ntlal nutrientof Sunday School will meet at I
children of McIntosh were guestsof Hall and Miss Ruth Sibley attended .m
PARED SPAGHETTI from fresh milk and Bouvier 9:45: In the chapel and the Adult 'tl ,
Mr. and Mrs J. the show in Starke Saturday
A&P. It's pepped up with aly 400 U.S.P. Units ,' The occasion was a din night. Bible Class for men and women 10 A. M. Two Services Daily 7:30 P. M. ,
of vitamin It be used In
tomato-and-cheese sauce that Da. can will meet In the church at 10. '.
suit you'd spent hours mak- any recipe that calls for milk, so ner In celebration of the birthdaysof Elbert and Iris Sibley were In \ : II
1 it yet all you do is heat it's grand to have on hand. Get II both Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier. Jacksonville on business Wed The Ladles' AuxlllaVy will have I I
I eat t What a wife saver! some at the A&P! Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. nesday of last week. Its second meeting of the year ,
next Tuesday afternoon.
W. n. Stringfellow at noon Wednesday Mrs. Alice Jones returned to e

I of'last week were W. L. her home here last week after ,

Wall, Mrs. Mae Dickens, Mrs.J. spending some time in Miami
.. I M. Brownlee and Mrs. Elizabeth visiting relatives.
IT'S ALt I.Brownlee of Starke. Mrs.. Delaney Dickinson Grace i I
Rev. and Mrs. Nlehaul of Lake and Truman Dickinson and Miss I' t !
Butler and their visitor Mrs. Ruth Sibley attended the basket .

a ,"yR Fuller, were guests of Mr. and ball game In Starke Friday night. .
V Mrs. W. O. Engram Saturday. In Mr. and Mrs. James Gnann of JL :
s.y theaftemoon Mr. and Mrs. En. Auburndato spent Sunday night )"\ 1 1I I

\ gram and their guests enjoyed a here with her mother Mrs. Dickinson -

successful fishing trip.Mr ,"and family ,,

and Mrs. J. G. Caldwelland Thomas, Ernest, Leon and Miss I
daughters, Peggy and Frances Eve Mae Trlest and Miss Inez HOWDY FOLKSSECONOMICS F .. ,1
of Mr. Neel attended the basketball game '. I
were supper guests : Is the science
and Mrs. J. B. Caldwell. in Ocala In Starke Friday night. which explains.) why business ,
Saturday. The Rev. Webb of Green Cove is. lOWlY, but lies no Idea whatto
Pete JSapp of New River was Springs delivered a very interesting do about It. '

the overnight guest of Spencer message at the Baptist
t Crews Tuesday. Church Sunday and we are looking Husbands. "I've got to get
forward to having him bark rid of my chauffeur he's
J. M. Bradley visited SSgt| and with us again next first Sunday.EXPERT nearly klllrd me four time." ,. .

Mrs. Jack Bradley weekend. Additional guests chance.!"
Sgt." and Mrs. Bradley at that Evangelist Childrens Workerlev. ,
time were Jimmie Bradley and when a man says h" run. 4
of Jacksonvillewho thing at his house he usually
Mrs. Vane Geiger
made the trip by plane. mean tho lawn mower or the / Johnson leads his own singing assisted

Business And Pleasure Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Perry and washing machine. by Miss Hall. He also plays several musical.
two children of Jacksonville spent
One honk of horn bring
your instruments
You'll) find the food supreme the I Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W.of our gait, oil, and lubrication

service just right. Whenever you wantto I H. Williams. Rev. John Bray of service to you-pronto! We...., rV
Raiford was also (the guest
combine business with pleasure, come 1 Mr. and Mrs. Williams Sunday. at your beck and caa.Drire a
here. and In and new for yourself.

It's easier to talk business over good Mrs Recent Robert news S. from Chapman Major Is that It Will Be A Joy For You To Hear'i

food and in congenial surroundings. they are living In Carmel. Maine, SERVICE GULF OIL PRODUCTS E

Keep your luncheon engagement here having secured a furnished house Washing Polishing These Christian Workers 4

there. Greasing
Mrs. Bessie Gray of Tallahassee Chas. C. .

HILL'S COFFEE SHOP Fancher visited last Mr.weekend.and Mrs. P.D. ShepherdAt Temple & Lake Come and Assist Join the Choi

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Service Station
spent Thursday of last week in Gay' Service Station Rev. W. J. Churchwell, Pastor '
151 W. CALL ST._ STARKE FLA. Jacksonville. During the day they Phone. 179 ,

Pm 6.A.'M. to 12 P.M.-K a A..JL.to-UP..tLs., ..Yill lted.several rte4s. ... ,. ,... .. -.A'd.... ........... .._,.

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Demand For Housing Expert MarksmanTo Musical Star ]i Basketball Fills Mid-Winter Sports Calendar 0- _

I At Highest PeakC. Give ExhibitionAt With.Magician Show I{With Town and School Quints In Spotlight _

of C. AdvisesThe Skeet Club HereKen Here Next Friday BHS cagers-boys and girls-,. 0 What promises to be a crack 0 0 i

will be out to crack the win column City Basketball outfit has beenIn
demand for housing In Beegle Internationally famous 0 the making the past two weeks
tonight (Friday), having HERE'S WIlY IT :
exhibition hot. will make an PAYS.
Starke la now greatest IIlnce; the gained an abiding'urge to' hock with regular practice sessions
appearance at the Starke Skeet out a victory following the successive staged for the organization of"Starke's
opening of the Chamber of Commerce __
Club Tuesday afternoon Feb. 6. i'
0'A losses ,of the past two' Athletic Associationteam. To
referral service accordingto at 3:30: o'clock. ." Buy From
; weeks. Chiefland will be the tar ,
Lucian Conner. Beegle who has' spent the past .
Secretary get, and. It Is hoped. the victim. Playing Manager Hugh Ingramhas

"We are receiving as high as four years In tours of shooting The double bill will begin at 8 been sharpening the talentsof

25: requests a day," Conner said. and Instruction naval at bases many throughout army camps the p.m., at the Armory.A the squad. which Includes such THE H. C \WALL AGENCYYOU

"At times as many as six applicants -, country is ,being pre sented on 4..I 'J2' return engagement with likely candidates as George Kenls. .

are In our office. Our cry i tour by the Remington Arms JjGainesvllIe is scheduulrd here for Bobby'McRae and Boyd Teague get more than a fire
for forwards Jimmy Dryden at or casualty
Shad Bryant's lads Saturday-ev-
I Inc.Included .
need Is for more listings. Company
ing in his bag of tricks ening. at 8 o'clock. center and Buddy Bishop A. L. policy when you buy from
believe the people have somethingto Richard and Dan this In addition
Crosby Ray
is the stunt of drawing cartoons The local quintet put up a commendable agency. you obtain the
rent and with their Hazen for -
cooperation with rifle bullets while shooting defense In holding the guard. lifetime services'"of a trained professional

we can provide the service at rapid fire, 'making cole' slaw Gainesville team to 43 points Plans are under way for the mair skilled in protecting business and the

needed for these arrivals who wish out of cabbage heads thrown Into last Tuesday but trailed with 25 team's backing by local businessmen. individual. You make

to make their residence in Starke. the air by hitting them one ata points. scoring no more than .- L. M. Gaines has been named a friend who will

"AH with any type of time with a charge of shot. eight points In any period and the quintet's business manager.The represent :your interests in the settling of a

persons I Any person who Is possessed of only. five in the second quarter. new organization expectsto claim. You meet a neighbor. familiar with

j housing in the town or vicinityare I a healthy body, steady nerves 'Vance was top man, with a totalof extend Us activities Into base- the problems of your commnnityvwho-- gives

urged to notify us at once. : fairly good eyesight. and the willingness When Birch master magician .nine. ball season with prospects for a
guidance to personal and business
to try and keep on tryIng appears In the BUS. (USO) Auditorium On Friday Alacbua was en- chartered team In. league compe-

can learn to be an expert Friday night, Jan. 31, he tertained locally, with the visiting tition. acquaintances. And you obtain o the peace

marksman, according to Beegle. will not only1 present startling boys spinning out a 62 to 31 victory I of mind that come with a well-planned

i. I I The public Is invited to see this feats of spectacular 'magic but while the BHS girls lost 38 City To Collect insurance program. That's why it pays to
j exhibition by one of the
to 10. buy insurance
through ,
I1tlhII world's greatest marksmen. will also bring a sparkling pro- Loyal Bradford" supporters are Licenses From

1II gram of beauty and color. plugging for"the teams and are I Rooming Houses
Recent Births Heading his staff of assisting counting on /practice to remedythe : .. Every of 0I

HOT artists Ia Mabel Sperry (above), Inexperience responsible for Immediate enforcement of the '

: Mr, and Mrs. T. W. Surrency, brilliant young musical star. This shaky early-season performanceSternberg ordinance for collection of city
CLEANING Starke. boy (Ronnie Glynn), January charming young lady was featured 1 licenses on apartment and roomIng -

17. aa xylophone soloist with houses was asked by the ,

AT ITS BEST Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Moseley, the 100-plece Marimba band at Home counclLmen. meeting In regular

Starke. girl (Carol Jean), Jan-: Her the Century of Progress Chicago. Sold To Henderson session Tuesday night. City Clerk C. WALL AGENCYj j

The Lail"; of Your uary 13.Boy specially built Marimba-Xylo' Carl Johns was authorized to set' .
phone. which
was planned by an Announcement was made this I February 15: as the deadline
Clothes Dependson expert designer is said to be the week of the purchase of the Nat Please '
Scout NewsBoy moat beautiful which will effect all such enterprises Phone 146CLASSIFIED
of Its kind
The Care They ever Sternberg residence on North of more than two rooms,
Scout Troop 70 met Monday Walnut Street, "by Charles L. at the rate of 50 cents per room..

ReceiveAll night with IS: members present -' Birch and his show are being Henderson, I president of Florida The maximum fee for rooming

Scoutmaster E. T. Shull brought to Starke by the Cham- Plastics.. houses and apartments will be
Gar't'; ; ; ber
Carefully asks that all boys attend the next share Commerce and the local It was stat 'Lt''that the home $5.: The licenses It was stated.

Hand Finished meeting In the Legion Hall Monday nated of to the profits wUl be do- will be partly remodelled, and were due last October 1. .
night at 7:30 o'clock. A hikeIs new BHS baseball I that the'new'occupants will move
field. The Council received notification -
for Friday Jan. 31- here from Jacksonville In approximately -
planned of the Federal Works LIST YOUR FARM. CITY AND FOR SALE! OR RENT-A,
t} Thos. B. Harding, Jr., Scribe. 30 day! "of Grill cor. Thompson
: Teachers To Attend Mr. Henderson a native-born Agency's approval Incineratorand BUSINESS PROPERTY .ts. Starke. This In rhano ft x.j

ANER The TELEGRAPH now carries Art Jaxon will establish. permanent electric distribution projects. someone If You're looking I
stocks of India Inks and Workshop which will be carried out in eventof bargain Bulldlno and or
complete .
here'with turn.
residence his wife formerly Apply, Islcki a
howcard colors. 11 Colors! Priced And FEA an emergency requiring public 1. S"80U'*' .E.....". REAL I ,House, Starke. <11/t
110 Washington St., Starke Meeting Miss Jewell Baldwin, of ) oil. ..,.. ......, -
at only .15o, BOG and 35c. works construction. It was stated J.- -
and their Richard ;
Melrose children Create
Hitmrtlae* ef co ntrr HOUSES FOR SALE Furnl.kJ
Teachers of that the Federal government will WJIIL -
the .
I Bradford and Sharon. Bjroiiertr. Han mud over unfurntahed. Six rooms, .J
advance funds necessary to draw tf.OOO mmlfn of If omea_Parma_ cat d, heat. *
da .
reanonahl. if
County schools will Mr. and Mrs. bare .
Sternberg .
participate In 0 up specifications of the proposed Aer..a., Bayer from all ever ikeW.rId 1"0... pox 738. Starke, Fit.j
a three-day currently residing In Daytona Ps's. oven llatlasr.
workshop In school projects so that all plans wouldbe
they own property. PROPERTY FOR KUll
art, January 29, SO 31. in readiness should such
emergency -
Clothing Blnny & They still own an apartment Represented Locally By 81 acre farm with tour*
Smith arise. Under the houae 11 ncre old bearing
manufacturers program if
of F. (3.
school house on Water Street In Starke HOIXINGSWORTH tree: within 1000 feet of J
art materials'are offering' practi- and a cottage at KIngsley Lake ,' the Council has previously 116 So. Walnut,Sfc highway. One mile from Dttil
Btarke. Price 1If.
received the approval of Installation $860000
cal work in the use of and to of their
crayons, expect spend part 11" D. WalnwrlBkt tit
water colors finger paints time I of a fire alarm system, MATTRESSES of all kind renovated -, 0 Broker.
and Shoes I clay here.'P and erection of a new water tank. ; furniture upholstered and P....>. 1R4 I 110
,,' paper mache. chalks and other? reflnlehed. Drop ua a '. card.
media under The Council acknowledged the HASTINGS!! MATTRESS Boa
the CO.
Scout Budget TopicAt -Store building I Id
Miss approval. 130. Palatk, Fla. tf
Elizabeth near
Belt specialist Blandlna Gate B A
I in art; AU materials Area Board MeetA Members of the body Instructedthe home 38x3 celled with .
are furnished
INSURANCE writ/ all lineal fire, rook. Make best. offer ill
_FOR, free. City Clerk to secure data automobile liability' and U'.. electria American meat ow I
review of scouting progress pertaining 'to proposed Installation S.. n. for :your Iniuranoe need walk-In cooler 6x8 goat 'wi
There, will also be N. 1>. tlon. J,
an exhibitof Wainwright, .Jr., 131 Eat A. Brooks, Phoni
more than ((100 tot Area .81, the Boy. Scouts of of.*,policemen's punch-clock Calt-atreet. Phone If. It Green Core. Spring, Fl I..

liL The school art. gathered from examples various of Council America. wee featured in the Area system. I.- Iron 'feAOrJB hot .
meetingat the Methodist One
Entire Family water heater
sections I I Orders authorized for ten
of the .country.: ]Church Recreation Center last were 63 .al1 In ,order I traffic caution lights. to be located automatic. Good condition. 833 W. 0 For 'Sale
for-teachers** to take!I Friday.Approximately 30 volunteer Call'St. Stark. Fla. tf
at various of the
> advantage"bf 'I parts city,
this"valuable op-{ and,, professional Scout offi-
portunlty the schools will operate cials heard the .report by M. a.Boswell and for a three-way traffic light FOR SALE--S-bedroom home,.'SW ARMY HUTMENTS
EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY at the only one session of for the Intersection of Call and 001'8. Buy St., Btarke. E"c.lI.ntoondlUon. -
on Jan. 29 Jacksonville, scout ex occupied by owner Until 10x48 drllvnHtarke
and 30, and teachers will work ecutive stressing the year's advance Temple. recently. Attractive con..nI.nt -

from 1 p. m. until 6 p.m. In the ,In the number of units and lot. For Information write ,. 'e.. VIHalty
'c. Jf
.Devlin, 11(1 Cypreaa: Gain.viii. ..- ,
Lt STAR Store art workshop at Bradford High Scouts The inorease was statedto Rites Held SundayFor ., or tel 1438J. tf !.*!. 'I" ..U.....

School. rank with the top five'areas
R. A. EllingtonRichard atarko! aad tlrlnllr
On January 31 all teachers and of Region Six, Including North FOR SALE-Two home. Ona '6-
and South Carolina room-frame, one (-room cement SEE JIM ..P.ERO"A. !
principals of Bradford schools II'In......, Georgia andThe A. Ellington. 41, a lifelong block. LOUt have. aU.. modern t .
will attend the Central Florida T -' resident of Bradford County convenience. In city. Term. 0 .... B-O
District of New-Suwannee district of Contact Mr, A. M. Mlxon upstairS -
meeting the Florida L died of a heart attack Thursday Camp, BlaadlasFOR '
which Bradford Is a unit. was Dixie: Cafe, 70S N., Temple.
c .- _...,_._,__--T.. p-p pp"--u r ,_.. time the Association. At thli I found to lead other district of January 16. The well-known farmer Itp- 1131
legislative program recommended the area In the advance. and carpenter succumbed to
by the Florida Citizens Starke the attack in his automobile FOR RENT-Bedroom b,. week or RENT-Two 3-room 11\I
j was named the site for month. Inneraprln mattress, apartment, Adult I *. CliflII.ooLa.ae
Committee on Education I I the Council meet Ings of April while en route to a physician.Mr. feather. pillow' hot A cold water Fa......, li:4.I..Q
will be discussed by Mrs. E. Hot 25 clone In.,Phone 164-W it 1-X4 treet, 1% mile from a..
and September 19, and delegates -, Ellington was born here Mr*. Carl Wynn.IF .
den president of FEA and other' considered proposal to hold March 2, 1906, son of John A. and

: officials.' the area's annual session here Klizle Ellington. In addition to' MAIL.value ORDER white fancy BARGAINS cotton'-blouses 13.98, YOU WANT A CESSPOOL

All teachers are expected togo |December 4. The meeting and dinner his wife Ollle and daughter laea 33 to beautifully' styled: septic pipe tank line flz.d:put or In InaUlMaewer or an)

to Ocala in the morning and return -0 would be attended by approx- Betty Lou Crawford be Is survived wool".S5 each.60% .rayon Ladle colors clack blue 50% aide privy built let ;m. do

\. for the art workshop at imately 600 ,volunteer workers. by his parents. his sister, gray '01' brown alaea 11 to 20. Job for you. Ask for tin"pit
tary man at Carl Rltch
about 2 p. m., that afternoon.W.C.T. executives and. Eagle Scouts. Mrs. Laura Leach. of Starke and knit 11I.98 cult value,, $350 1318.value Little abort boys Ina-ahop, phone HI. or writ.'

Decision on the suggestion was two brothers Burk and Arch .1...,.., polo .hlrt* and chert 164, Starke.WANTEbcolored.
withheld until a*later meeting. both of Starke. pant, It.W"a t to S :year.
The area's price $ ,, postage, sendcheck man and .vtl>
U. budgetary needs for Active 'pall bearers were W.L. or money order. TRADING live on large modern farm!If
1947 It was reported amount to POST, a x 1, St. Alban., .Ver- ed near email town In >"
51000. The Scouts' fund drive Carroll Johnnie Shadd George mont. Itp eastern Florida.' Need mu '

THE BARROOM AS A BANK will begin Grlffi.. Alfred Lowe John May- perlenced In citrus grove
February 7. CESSPOOLS and
SEPTIC email
TANKScleaned. eltrua tree aa .
You Officials designated gerl, and I. V. Luke. Honorary pall I Checked free of charge. general email farm ac",
deposit your money 25-26 for January bearers were Earl Cook. L. F.Dlnklns For tree estimates see' Clinton Wife to cook for famllr'
low it training of unit leaders, Klncaton at guests .weekend I
you ; Temple Tourist on andw:
Your time and February 21-23 for the "unl- A; J. Thomas Theodore Court. State Rd. 800 at north after woman'. farm dutle W u
and you 1 lose Hj I Iversity of scoutlnar", at r-n... Cook. Dewey Williams and One city limit., or call (7 Starke. I dependent on ability. '*".,
Your ..r.. ,
character .' 0 I
and you -- -- 4tp to STIncome encea required. Write JH
lone It; .Echokotee Orange Park. 'I Wiggins. 431-%. Starke. Fla.
,The Funeral services held at
meeting here were
Your health ....1,and loneYour Friday rep-
U; you resented all Scout units within. p. m. last Sunday January 19, REMEMBIIIRI FOR BALE! 20-lt Shulti '
12 New trailer rood condition; 6 I"
a the Meth-
manly Independence section'extending from Georgia 0 I Congregational Tax Return are required door. 4x7H; large coal or"
\ and you lose It; through Marlon County and the I I jodlat Church with the Rev. V. to be filed where the Income heater; laundry stove; iP'ing

Your self control and yon coast through Suwannee County. C. Bailey'officiating. Interment trom any source: 1* ISOO and room A *eult prln;**lonerePrifll'tress l.ako V

I lone It; I was at the Santa Fe Cemetery.' above. W. expertly: prepare Motor Court Trailer p1tt.

C-H-0-C-O-t-A-I-E-S Your home comfort and March of Dimes Arrangements were In chargeof your return.COMB ml. south Keyatone: on RI!

you lo 0 It; the Key-McCabe Funeral Home.

In Your, wife's happiness and Drive to Close EARLY. AVOID THE DON'T FORQET-.automohlIe I
One & Two Pound Heart-Shaped Boxes ter treasurer, and by collection RUSH tlon every Wednesday 1 Plainerviji. "
you lOse It; January ( II
31stThe I.letock
boxes and coin cards. The drive .
Your children ; H. O. BROWN Buy
or aelL
happiness .
fa; w >
ALSOPERFUME will be climaxed January 30 by
lie-tar .
and lose Adklw Bid*, Call St.
Your you "iLl March of Dimes. which the annual President's Ball at the Stark.k ..... FOR SALE] Outboard COt.
own soul .'. and you lose will close next Friday. January former USO building with the Johnson alternate firm I"1', ]
< It.Copied, HP and Elto sIngle 1.1 HPern
SETS ( 30 needs more generous commun- proceeds to be added to the fund. Auto Supply.
from THE
UNION ity support than before to FOR SALE
ever -Six: room house, three '"
B Y SIGNAL) I' replenish funds of the National Sacrifice block from I316O Poet cash.Office N. D., .Starko Wain, FOR 4-door 8ALn-aedan.3 just. *.cyllnd orerhanl: 'r*"*,.JJ

Foundation for Infantile Paralysis We have letter and legal> size wrIght. Jr. Phone 154. If or writ. John N"lI"le, 700 N
YARDLEY Guy chairman I hut St., 8tark, Fla______
COTY EVENING Andrews of the
PARIS papers to suit your needs: onion 2.051'keys on
open type
: keyrlnar -
1947 campaign asserted yester kin, bond rag content, second on Thursday, Jan. 1C. Please BLACKSMiTH-Body bulldlnJ
ARDEN I return to Bradford County T.I. repair Expert work ra ;
day.Foundation sheets, etc. The TELEGRAPH. araph. price 'J. C. Qerval. Car %
LUCIEN LELONG AND OTHER LEADERS President Basil 0'- lip Center 8t... Starke (Old'lley

Connor he said. has revealed that FOR SALE:-Seed peanut, at Jeff Shop.)

still Incomplete figures Indicatethe ix: rinnrrr Ibarreir, 4 mile* north High -
COITHT .BR"orono Spring on U. a. 41. Zip 1.31 I LOOKING for higher pay? AdrtJmentT
1949 polio toll will COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN.
exceed I A fine future? -I;
20,000 victims, the large majorityof CKRf.Cleorae FOR SALR-Two youth beds with Join tb. U. 8. Army
F. Wahl phil
Plaintiff, va. Ade. Inneraprlngr ..... pay Inor..a..d 60 p.re..n'
: whom depend'solely on the line A. Wahl. Defendant. Ca... No. or both for $35. Mr*. H. $20 H. Rlch-each, percent for nver.eaa "erv''''';
March of Dimes as the only means S354.ORDER OF PUBLICATION ard. State Farm Ralford Itp 60 percent It member oter.w.
KOCH Inrre
of restoration to health. AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR plus 5 percent
'FORmRENT' I-"oom furnished par: for .v.ry I years :.'
1 By October the Foundationsent STATE Of FLORIDA to: Adeline milew' out on Raiford A full month' P a I d Y _
Wahl. whose residence
and ad.
more than $3,500,000 in dreva I.: 70 Hulbert Ave.. Farlport.To'u Road.A. Dale, owner Itp every year.for An men oppnrtu.fl1IIfetlm" between .-m

ALL MAKES March of Dimes funds as emergency N'. Y. BICYCLES FOR SALE... s.gea of 17 and 34. Oo tnearest H,

DRUGSTORE aid to Its chapters In 36 February are 14.required 147. In to appear the above on ba.ton bicycle blcyolea. $4t95 m 95 ,- 'Vwro"Iri: for further Army benefit Rerrnltln Infnrtr SIr"

Work Guaranteed states to. supplement depleted resources plaintiff named. court....k.and dlvorae.cause" Bradford wherein 0 bicycle, 10 Inch | $44 new.SO. triedWH US Poet Office Building, O
bicycles 8n.JlG' to .
$32.50. BI.ra, vllle. Via.URGENTLY _
Quick ServiceEASTERN County Telea-rmph shall publish this A Baker.
The funds serve to finance Ord"r In next four. weekly iKauee. It
treatment Wltnn my ".nit and official SERVES MOMET-COOKED : NJlEOJlDFive l 01-
for victims unable to moil. houne Li.Dealre r ,.,
AUTO seal at Starke, Florida thl January by the weelc. in pr apartment. --.
support the costs of convalescent 33. 1947.OFP1CLAL. W. Can St. nice. neighborhood,*,'J' |
SUPPLY ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas -- lip manent. M... L. W. Nor I 1
COUNT & CALL ST. care.Donations A* Clerk of said Court. WANTEn--Board and Green A Green law ,0Ule.aFOR
.. STARKE. FLA. to the March of Bv Lurllln C. Cnnner, D. C. without board for room or room p

b1.! ._- :. ...._____ U._ U.A_--- ...,_._._ lJ ,____ _J STARKE FLA. Dimes will be received this year Cha*. R. H....Florida.. 104.OS Realty BIdg.Jacksonville. man. Will make mlddle-ared in busheL SALE]-Sweet potato -
labor. ALSO good
John, pSon"l a mulO.:
; ;3f 0 0 -<.--.- -- I tJudge; : !,J;, K, Pertyman. chap- "'U6.for P1L. .1-1' n.u .-..45.. .. .. Rotter..., 4I&IJt. 4o.&uk.:P. C. Hodges KJa. Rt. 'I