Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Colonel_'Bradford flRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOfficial

The feminine voice at the moaned.

er end of the. telephone wire "Not much" I agreed.

a pleasant, but firm. that"Can't they're the merchants actually driving see County Publication Established In 1877

"Colonel Bradford, you asked
business from their stores?" she I
people to tell you their -------- -- .
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here she said. SIXTY-NINE
ubles so goes HTAKKG. nXJKIDA. PIFTGISN'

Fire away," I replied. your"It's face as,"plain I said.as the nose on __ ______ __ _n ---- .-- -.--.. ----. _______ ___ _" ._ u '__ .. -- -.. -- .

Well, It Is awfully aggravatnot "Then why don't they park I Contractors Begin I r.

place being when able I go to find shopping a park-aIl and their leave cars the on parking the back spaces streets In Rubinoff To Play Engagement HereOn Detour'Bridge Hercules' Sets Up Berry Volume :

Call Street," she .said, "and front of their stores for would- Over. Santa Fe t

> convinced that the merchants I be customers whowant to spend Feb. 21 Sponsored By Rotary Club Headquarters Here At Low Ebb

mselves'are to blame. They I their money with them,">she asked Construction of a detour aroundthe ,

ve down to their shops early In I Insistently. I present Santa Fe River bridge

morning, quickly fill every. "Why Indeed," echoed I. The biggest "name" artist ever: lon Route, 200 was started this For 3 CountiesStarke Result of Freeze

lIable. parking iace, and let "Won't you please write some to appear in Starke will charm week by the Duval Engineering & ,

Ir cars remain there all dayg. thing about. it?" she begged."I audiences here Friday, Feb. 21, Contracting Co., according to an ,

What chance has a poor certainlywill,' :I said. And when Rubinoff and his Violin Internationally anouncement yesterday by P. T. has been made head- Nipped by last week's freezing

pper In' a case like that?" the I this Is it. famed popular artist, I- Bennett, structural superintendent. quarters of the Herculoa PowderCompany's temperatures and badly in need
will be presented In two concertsby of rain Bradford County's straw. .
The detour bridge will be just North
Jest In case you didn't know the new gray hut that Constable the Rotary Club of Starke. berry bushes were on a "slow I r
SO feet (center to center) from Florida operations, with the arrival -
Johns Is wearing these days Is i the one that down strike" this week, dashing
ie was to "We
given one. feel indeed fortunate in
the old bridge and will be of tun here of P. I. McLaurin, thedlstrlct's
e i famed bank robber Tip Mercer upon his parole from prison last being able to bring such a great her construction. The new con- supervisor. Present offices the hopes of some observers who

Ic. It seems that Tip didn't like the hat and left It at a I local artist to our city," J. C. Hoover, Crete bridge will be 250: feet long are being maintained at the had expressed opinion over the Iweekend'

adashery where he purchased a more expensive:: one. The pro- president of the Rotary Club said and will have a clear roadway of I company's equipment lot, near I that effects of the cold
wore not bad first estimated
as as
;tor, not, wanting to see a good hat lie around and gather dust, yesterday in making the an- 26 feet-6 feet wider than the : the S.A.L. railroad station in ''I '
Volume at the market, however, :
Heated it to Constable Johns as a kind of "commlnelontng" present, nouncement determined, "and our organizationIs present bridge. North StArke. I told the true story and .Wednes k.'I

|e having recently received his papers. of the to make this one Under average weather conditions !- W T. Powell has been" named day afternoon one refrigerator J ,

season."outstanding. events of the I about four months will be superintendent of the local Camp truck had to leave for \he North ,

i Wanta buy some certain quota of anti-freeze, required for completion of the 33, replacing N. S. Dankel, who I with a light load of 156 crates.. i' 1

old Colonel knows often ran short. Last fall he Rubinoff arid his Violin, long a work. _. had been in charge of the com,i Farmers" agreed; the berries just I

tig station operators and I a chance to buy an extra a- favorite American combination, is' 1 41 pany's work In Bradford since its weren't there '
| men who have plenty and took on about '180 well known to millions of music- establishment here last May.j 'l' !
Since of last week '
I : Wednesday
to sell you right about It would lovers, both from his Pecan t
turn out to be current con- AuthorityTo Dankel has been transferred tQ -
ly did manage to get rid j' mildest winter in 73: years I cert appearances, nationwide radio Lake Butler, /only 1272 "crates were handled'' i

|e during last week's far, he's sold only about 30 broadcasts with Eddie Cantor, and through the markrlnlfnC' ,I
spejj) but it's warmed II and figures he'll be lucky his motion picture engagements' Speak Here Some 300 workmen and supervisory growers >13,038 at 'an average \
personnel are currently of $10.25 cratft.Prices Wednesday
[again, and selling only'a I i o get rid of 20 more before For hIs concerti in Starke; Rub- In the district .
consistingof ranged from $9 to $11.
kind of weather about
officially.opens noff will bring his fabulous'Strad- Florida Theatre for the Feb the harvest of
day, original growth Before the freeze volume had
sell"eovera'ui G. (L blaekm
n, head of the
} to to Of it'll .
ng various
keep. But I
then violin
insured for ;
Lee. 21, and Rubinoff wUl be heard lit Horticulture\ '/ Department' ; at the pine stumps for the company'snaval reached a peak'ot 1300 crates on I
never can tell about thIs Flor 1100,000 Is
reputed possessthe two concerts-at 2.SO: p. m. and Florida E* P riirtent Station, stores plant at Brunswick, one particularly heavy day.
a typical example, take weather. Monk
and the other most beautiful tonal qualities 8:15: : p. m. He will play at the Gainesville, will dfantM the fertilization Ga. To date approximately 0000( Dropping to a low of only 63
nd Monk Dinkins the -
station boys might get rid In the entire world. He .will
school during the morning and of acres within the county have thus crates last Friday, immediatelyafter
and care at
Avenue service pecans
pie all their anti-freeze after all. present a brand new program of all students will be admitted free the been made available for pasture the freeze, volume 'rose to
tor. Monk says that In has been known to freeze In famous favorites loved bythe county courtroom Tuesday, t
to this special assembly. Feb. 4 at 10 development. A crew of about 359 crates on Saturday The further
a. m.
9 he has been allowed
you know. American people, embracing classical Club Is 73: Is In Bradford.
The Rotary setting up Mr. Blackmon has spent 30( now employed' Increase expected by some

.raising thought: There Is a tribe of savages In Africa that semi-classical, and "popular" I committees for the sale of tickets years studying the growing and Supervisor McLaurln said Wed observers for the first of tha

tit its orators to Just what time they can stand on one foot.I numbers.The and will announce next week culture of pecans and 'Is the fore- nesday that additional equipmentIs week failed to materialize, however

I yet we call Africa the "Dark Continent" Rotary Club has rented. the : where they may be obtained. most authority in the state on this now being received Including and Monday's offering; was

crop. loaders, trailers and I tractors. only 280 crates;: Tuesday's',;,189

The other day conversation and put it to a boll. Just before Newly Formed City Athletic AssociationTo All Bradford Countlans who are Capacity of Bradford shipmentswill crates' ; and Wednesday's 227

ed to a discussion of the the corn became' real tender, Interested in pecans are not only be stepped up from five to crates.) }

ey burley In which folks live the husks would begin to slip, Promote Year 'Round Program Of Sports cordially invited but are urged to eight or ten carloads a day. Buyers were faced with the \

pita of the many labor-saving as'a result of chemical action attend. Bring all the questions Since last May, approximately 800 very unprofitable operation of *

ces that should make life from the ashes. Then we'd scoop Although bowing to the Waldo Kenls. The A.A.'s were handicapped ,. concerning pecan growing that I carloads of stumps have been loading out light, making doubtful -

h simpler today than it was I out the corn, pour cold water over Independents in the two opening in the absence of stellar forward you can think of. hipped from the county to Brims. as to how long they could afford I

or 30 years .ago. Fpr in- it, and rub the grains in our games of the season" Starke's Boyd Teague, Cecil field County Agent T. K. McClane I wick. to remain on the"platform <
ecently-organized A. A. quintet pilot and local resident, who was here unless) volume took a sudden I
ce, no housewife churns her hands. The husks would slide Jr. states that Tuesday The reclaimed stumps are converted f
er or grinds her coffee anye right off. We'd rinse, the corn, displayed a sufficient array of on assignment to ferry a plane to if the growers and .fternoon'l Into ,pin oil, turpentine, upturn. If they wire forced to j [

but to hear,the women tell then in ,clear water, and boil it material this week to justify sup- Texas. visits will be made tr> and roaln and servo In manufac- leave, however, they would r' (

hey never have a' minute ofr until real tender, adding frlqd;. port, f the city's 32: business men Admission, to local games, held groves near Starke for field ture of over 100 varieties of pro- turn as noon as volume, warranted,.
'* and private citizens who have"con.trlbuted '<011' I A. total of 14.728 crate* h* I
own. meat grease, and salt. In the Armory is ,23c. Profits study. ducts. .
to the association. been shipped from here .this sea.. I
emlnlaclng along these lines, Brother Hayes paused minute: from the, basketball season will 'The Hercules crew IsVttiV week .
Confident of the Importance and '. Ion bringing growers a reUfftooC W
hi Iford. Cotihty Tax Assessor and, from the far-away look 'In permanency of a; local"aUiKUuassociation. .- go': toward.purchase' ,,'()baseball H.,,.Y..,., Knight: sJ.gna( peratlnx! ..on:..Jaasedtyrpp\ .&tt<<*'J.r\\ .n2al5lfra; .. J :!.. .. ,'i '';*.. '
A flayes4iec.thd tey't his "oye.I; coUld tlvPuJsrs! Business'Manager L. equipment; with view of p2; 'kink southeast Bradford, near Key: I'
youth along the banks of New "association Federal Post For tone
ing some very pleasant memories the a year-round rganizatlon. Heights.
"' M. Gaines, said members of the Alvarez To Sell 1
jfr when folks even made atC right about then. ;.."r? Private PracticeHollis
group wereheartened by the' Immediate I
their own'lye hominy-and I 'Coming back to'earth, he con-I Interest shown in, the 'Those contributing toward purchase Guard Instructor Fine Army Shirts ;,
hty good eating ,It was, too, V. Knight, AssistantU.
tinued "Hardwood ashes also that Starke its of theteam'. blu* and gold
; were receive
1 her Hayes avers Here's the ,: recognition In independent uniforms and basketball equipment S. District Attorney, announced enthusiastic Over AtBargain Price, -f fA I
he tells itl; effective In' controlling bore yesterday that he had submitted .
were Sinclair Refining Company Mans For UnitPictured '
The team has been invited 'sale
sports. of 889'aurplu.s military
Ve would burn off the ham- worm. Every winter my father Barber Winkler his resignation from that office -
to enter the Florida City Shop,
land along the river ,bank would put' us boys to dIggingIround Open Electric Service N a worthy to the Attorney General, Department shirts, originally priced as high< 1
Basketball Congress, scheduled will be offered Al-
sack the hardwood ashes- the peach ,.trees, two or I of Justice, and had as 113.95, by
Wholesale the
16 at Jacksonville. The Grocery i iI JE
February varea' Store
Saturday, February
hickory, etc. To make our three inches deep. We'd pour in and Lake learned that it would become effective .
A.A. baseball club would Temple Service with all to be sold at 13.05. i
iny,. we'd 'take two or three the ashes, then cover rwlth dirt, proposed I February 1.Knight .. : f '
New Method Cleaners
be of an North ; Station, Dry William H. BUI \\
one eight-team ( )
ts of ashes and three to five The potash in the ashes kept the 4c Wainwright Auto who lived' in Starke!' be- Proprietor ",
Florida Dowling .
league. Graham, stated that he recently f
ts of shelled corn and water, bore worm out of the peaches.! Sales, Dinkins Service Station rore moving to oaineimiie about
"The Athletic Association will completed a tour 'of Forts"Benning. ,
a stated that he will en-
When" a woman lowers" her voice, It's, a alp she wants sonoe- serve a two-fold purpose" GaInes Smiths Garage, J. P. Roberts year ago McPherson, and Jackson,
ter the private practice of law"" In
I.1 ; when she raises It, It's a'sign she didn't get It. said. "It will help put Starke on Motor Company, Peggy Sibley, Gainesville and will have offices selling surplus military supplies, I
the independent sports map, and Robbins' Dry Goods, the Coca- but preferred to sell the shirts at I
Patrolman Vollie :Manninghas seems that there are some folks during the summer, it will contribute Cola Company, West End Grocery In the Baird building. He tendered bargain price to his customers. .

the important job of who have so little to do that they to a'recreational program I Eli Witt Music Company. his resignation several months The $395 price, ha said, .is the .; 1-

just can't leave these signs alone which will keep minors from un- Starke Telephone Company, Cannon ago, but his release was delayed same as that,offered him by the '; I
Ung traffic In front of
because several cases were pending -
and Tuesday morning one of them desirable .places. One of the & Webb Grocery, Darby Army camps.,. "
es that meddlers would leave could not be used because it had association's objectives is to Brothers Grocery, Denmark Furniture with which he was familiar. The quality all-wool gabardine) ;..\1'1.? t

signs alone. He means the been almost torn to pieces. Con- eventually provide money for a Company, L. G. Powell, Federal Judge A,. V. Long of hlrts are of theflnea'type, Graham t i
Gainesville stated It was '
i that stand on pedestals and I sequently, unwarned motorists swimming pool, and other facilities Hart Furniture Company, Van H. with much regret that he learned asserted, with shades Including '

I be placed in the middle of entered one end of the school for use of young people in I Priest Company, Bradford County of ; gray, dark green and brown. ., I
Knight's resignation. I
[highway, warning motorists zone without slowing down sufficiently. the town." 'Telegraph, Hill's Coffee Shop, the "He U well-skilled in law and iII\1-,\; ,'. The olive dralb shirts) may be \ '.

POW down in the school zone. Just a little thing likea Coach Bill Plummer charges Milky Way, Harley F, Strong, is an excellent trial attorney," dyed I with ,excellent results, it ,
could have meant made In the last Judge E. K. Perryman, Hollywood stated.
type of sign Is very effec- missing sign a sharp rally Judge Long stated. "He has always was
{ and is I :about the only kind the loss of some child's life. Won-i half of Tuesdays game with Wal- Camera & Gift Shop, A. J. been an able and conscientious The sale will begin promptly at
I'll if the slgn-despoilers ever unable to the Thomas, H. C. Wall Agency, and No sales will
pay any attention to, der do, but were top official, and his relationship 9 a. m. Saturday. )
olman"Manning says. But it thought of tliat? visitors' early lead and closed on the Magnolia Fish Market. with the court 'is most cordial be made before that time (see ..'

the short end of a 33-23 count Next game on the A.A/s schedule ad on page ,3). "
B+: If you enjoy a good magician drop In at the Birch show InBrso Waldo won the preceding tilt booked with the Gator Sports i

building tonight (Friday). This event Is being sponsored Gainesville will be Knight, who has been Assistant above l is Sgt. Jack :
last Thursday 49 to 43. The local Shop, of played District for the North Newcomer, Stricken { '
><. Chamber of Commerce and the local share of the profits will attack was concentrated chieflyIn at 8 p. m., this) Saturday, Attorney Jones, regular army, who Is stationed '
Florida 10,
of since
District April
In Starka Instructor With Heart Attack ;
ward helping pay' for .the new baseball park at BUS-a mo tHncniltble I shots of Bob :McRae and George February I, at the local Armory. 1945, Has a background of 19 the local National an Guard Com I ;..i

project. years of legal experience. Before pany. Henry H. Han.en,63, died of a jl" ',1
I ISgt.
tuesday I enjoyed a visit to workers, and paper hangers are BHS Cagers Continue Lengthy Losing Streak; moving to Gainesville he was associated Jones Is enthullla.Ue'over I heart attack last Sunday afternoon j .'I j
with hi. father, D. E. Laura Street resl- \
(Shadycrest H o.P ltal. The busy as so many bees' in the Twin Bill Set For Tonight With Hawthorne law firm plans for a crack Guard! companyIn at his ; '' '
Knight In the Starke. dence. A retired railway inspec- i''>
it is
"enjoyed" la used advisedly proverbial tar bucket, Starke and state that one cl
1 of Knight A Knight. the Milwaukee Railroad ;
se there aren't any sick folks already obvious that when their,I The losing streak which has be- thorne, beginning with the girls' the outstanding features will be tor
had moved to his recently- % ij;
yet. Perhaps you've never labors are complete Starke will I, set BHS in the boys' and girls' I game at 6 p. m. Contests will be the .establishment of a club room he home from Milwaukee, I .,1'I j
of the Shadycrest Hospital have a hospital that will be a departments of basketball competition Robert F. Beahler In the armory building for the purchased ,
over In ample time to allow the Wisconsin, just. a week prior to : I : .
least ''by that name. But great asset to the community. continued Into the week, Succumbs To use of members of the company I" !
crowd to ,attend the Chamber of his death. He was first stricken I. : 1
[you will have for that's tobe Those whose vision and enter- as the locals journeyed to :Mac- and their wives nilllard tables !

title of Starke's new hos- prise made this thing possible denny Tuesday. and lost both Commerce magician show in the Tropical Fever and other came equipment will while First Methodist attending services Church. at Death the ,,v i 1;., t'4 r

that Is rapidly taking shape are to be congratulated! for taking games in the double bill. :Margin USO building. Robert Frederick fleshIer 22, be available and a schedule of came with a second attack at : ', tf t

the structure at MadisonValnutheadquarters the. initiative and giving of the loss was about the same Other doubleheaders booked social activities will be arranged, 2 m. ). ..
I of Starke. died last Sunday January approximately p.
with I Jones states
for the two teams, "Shad"Bryant'e Sgt.
of the Starke a hospital when the much- within the next week are: Mac- 26, during recurrence of a Mr. Hansen had retired January t\f\! r
Ben lads dropping theirs, 22 A new member of the local
Jjern during the Camp 1 in the 1, after 42 years of rail, .A I
discussed government project ran clenny, Saturday February ; tropical fever acquired recent -
Ing to 39, while Mrs. Freeman's) sextet Is Dick St.' John who
regime. company
Sanderson. Friday. February 7; war. A local member of the road Inc. He was born in Prussia tr\
Inters, carpenters concrete Into the usual tangle of red tape. was defeated 23 to 38. was sworn in Wednesday night
December 25.: 1883. Immigrating I 4
Lake Butler, Saturday February National Guard and a former on
B What'a on'your mind (besides your Income tax) T Talk It over The'real heart-breaker of the a Jill games will begin at 7:30: MarinA! Beahler was dischargedin and will be communications spec to America at, the age of : ;: "
date the FIr.
to was one-point
Colonel either letter or by telephone. There may season at the local Armory. August, 1944. The disease seven, with his parents. He had t
Bradford by triumph scored by the Chiefland I was believed to have been acquired Jones will be glad to Interview lived in Milwaukee since 1918. ijf\\ ( ,
solution to that problem of yours, after all. i 34 33. The I B Squad Defeated j
pet Friday to
last ,
quintet interested in 7't
the BHS "B" team during his service; in the anyone en- In addition to his wife, Mrs. us' ;
and tuck thriller was> climaxed Saturday ( 1, j ,,17,'
in the
nip defeated by the Gainesville"B" Pacific theatre. He passed away. sting company. He Is at Anna Dumke' Hansen he is survived
idental Shot City hospital. with a smashing rally by Chief. team 36 to 24. The local in the Alachua County Hospital.In the: armory each day Monday by his sons, Henry C., of ijt J }"

Funeral services were held at land in the final 46 seconds of a terrific defensive addition to his wife, Mrs through: Friday. Detroit, and WUbert C., and Harold .'1I/'.i

ii 1 to Raiford 3 p. m. January 26, at the Rai play, Starke led by three points, boys ,put but up were gradually worn Dorothy Devoe Beabler, he Is) R. Hansen, both of West Al. .! 'n: :, ,

Scout Member ford Baptist Church of which he and logically sought to "freeze" game down by, the larger team. i i"S" survived by his parents. William Boy' Scout News lie, Wisconsin, and a stepson. fi '.

I was a member. Pall bearers the ball, but the visiting for- I H and Elizabeth M. Beahler of Archibald R., Smith, of West Al-, ." J

es Releford Cason, 10-year- ; were members of Boy Scout wards broke through the Tornado team players scored and the each number : Theresia two brothers Carson Twenty-two boys were presentat Ils. He was a member of the :' .t ,4 'I
of :
n 1 of )[1", and Mr* Joseph R. Troop 104. Interment was in Sapp defense, sinking the necessary I. Crews center points, 11; Manassa by forward W. and William H. Beahler, Jr., the meeting Monday night In Oddfellows and the Brotherhood I. j-M'
Cemetery.In two goals to win. of Valparaiso Indiana, and a sister the Legion Hall. Some of the of Railway Trainmen. tn

of Raiford.' died Friday addition to his parents he The boys were definitely outclassed 4; Padgett guard, 3; Brad-3 Miss Esther L Beahler, of Scouts put on a very good skit. Funeral services will be 'held 3 t' t

January 24, from the ef- is survived by two half-brothers, by Gainesville Saturday, ley guard 2; Haines guard ; Starke. The next meeting will be held at p. m. Saturday February 1 at I .

|of a bullet wound Incurred Roy Bryan of Elkton, Md., andJ. 24 to S3 in a game which, how Crosby forward 1. The body was prepared for the same place at 7:30: p. m- next the chapel of the George F. Borc'f

accidental shooting earlier JP. Bryan, of Lake City; two ever, was highlighted by the per- burial by DeWItt C. Jones and Monday-T. B.. Harding. Scribe. wardt Sons Funeral Parlor in
Named Manager LaPorte West All!*. Interment will be at .
day. Jack and Robert, both formance of Edwards forward, was shipped Thursday to '
brothers half-sister. Mrs. who scored 17. Center Vance has Announcement was mad this Ind. where funeral services will L. 1.. Conner, Route 2, Starke, Pilgrim's Rest Cemetery,there.
reported that the boy wasg of Raiford; a li afteraon. was re-elected to membership on 1.: ,
against -
of Raiford; and been doing well. scoring week of Glenn Wood's appoInt- be held Saturday (
with Blanch Johnson, the board of directors of the Mr and Mrs. JG. W. Neweomb
a .S3 caliber: pistol Cason. ot Chiefland and 10 against ment as office manager of the Clay .
while believing It unloaded, a sister. Miss Joyce Uacclenny. N. D. Walnwright. Jr. Real Estate Jack Halle of Miami will enjoya Electric Cooperative at its annual of Orlando were, guests from Sat. .1' 'Ii

the trigger. The bullet en- Tallahassee. twin bill has been scheduledfor and Insurance firm at 131 West weekend visit with his parents, meeting in Keystone. Heights last urday through Monday of Mr. and : {. t tI

b.. abdomen. He passed DeWItt C. Jones was In charge A tonight (Friday) with Haw- CalL street. Mr and Mrs. W. G. Hails I _elL I, Mrs. 0.. s. Newcomb.r .. a t 7:23: : of the arrangements. I' I
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\ TWO 1941 1
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I TELEGRAPH John Uglow, Hale And Hearty At Age Of 89, Realty Transfers I --

THE BRADFORD COUNTY Thanks Florida ,Climate For His Good HealthJohn I II I To Albert Schlnkez, Romulus, For 'Safetyt Comfort and Economy .

EsUbllshed 1871 Michigan, through E. A. Strout
was honored on
*E. occasion of his eighty-ninth (;
the ..
acres on Highway IQp, two miles CORRECT
Second CUM MatterParent birthday anniversary last Friday, I '
PDbUabt'CI Weekly on Friday" and Entered M southeast of Starke. lIS'
with buffet at
Florida. evening a supper INFORMATION LJ.n.I1f'
Office at
at the Font
his Lafayette Street residence.i To Orville Hall, Westchester
Mr. and Mrs. Uglow, and their County N. Y., from Mlllard R. ,Please i Phone 147 ,7'

Responsibility daughter, Mrs. C. F. Ward, had Judd: Northern half of northeast
as guests Mr. and Mrs. Nelson ,.Ride Florida Greyhound Lines Inc. ,Busses
I of southeast of
Giieftt Editorial by RuwM-U Kay Baker, of Fullerton, Canada, Mr. quarter
Speaking before a gathering of police chiefs at the and Mrs. Alec Morrison also of i l1r6 Section Five, Township( Six South, UNION BUS STATION
FBI National Police Academy recently. Dr. Arthur L. Bee- Fullerton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward is consisting of 20 acres Price Indicated Temple Ave. LACY CONWAY Agent; Starke FlaI

Dean of the University of Utah School of Social Work V. Charbonneau and Mrs. Gabriel I by recorded deed '3500.
ley Tetrault, of Chlcopee, Mass., Mra.U ,
said mothers should not be blamed for juvenile delinquency.The ,
E. Deudon, of Starke, Mr. Al- ,
learned doctor.whose school is designed to incubate bert Albright of Starke, and Mr. Infant I -" .

"trained l. experienced social workers" drooled a lot of other and Mrs Leon Menard, of,Mont Lamarr Cohen Warren. Infant f: WEEK'ND I -SPEC b J I A
and destruc- : :: : L LS
r nonsense advancing a doctrine so dangerous real, Canada. + fiv son of Cohen Ray and Helen Wal-I ,

tive as to cause every sane, right thinking person in the Mr. Uglow arrived In Bradford S dron Warren of'Route 1, Starke,, .... IF r 4
Nation to view his talk with genuine alarm. County In 1883, and Is believedto died last Satuurday, (January.25. r 6SAPP".S --..

,According to Beeley, home influence doesn't amount to be the oldest Starke citizen k The child was born December : '
JEfj much so far as bringing up the child la'concerned. lie says, among those who were here In 16, 1946. He Is survived by his STARLING'S !
"we have been clinging to false sterotypes too long";" thai the 80's. parents. .
ought to realize that "the role of the home has shrunk"and ,A jpatlve Englishman he was Funeral services were held Jan- *
we the child 'than at born January 24th, 1858 In Bos- uary ,,26 with interment at the
"the family has less influence, over STORE
cstle. Cornwall son of John Uglow contract as local supervisor for Santa Fe Cemetery. ;GROCERY
any other'time; and the former Jane Haynes. the Pennsylvania Orange Grove I ,DeWitt C. Jones was, In chargeof

He entirely absolves parents of any responsibility for Immigrating to the New Worldat Company, .a concern which had the ,arrangements. GOO,E. 10th St. Last ;Store E. Call gj
the training and upbringing of their offspring and contends the age of 11, he landed In
that they are not qualified for such a task advocating that New York harbor In June, 1869,I extensive citrus,plantings In Various J Friday,&.Saturday Jan. 31.Feb. 1Swift's -
r t this duty of moulding character and personality be turned with Ma parents, two sisters and localities Including a \,100o Sightseeing Trips .
the schools and social agencies. brother. The family first went to aol e ,grove two ,miles north of -
over to Charter 'Trips .
the doctor is right and maybe I'm old fashioned La Pierre, Canada, moving a few Starke "on both aides of the,,rail- Tenderized ,Fancy, Calf

Well or nuts, maybe or something but I have always held the crazy years Mich. It later was here to that North the-Uglowa'Branch, road.",But,then came the,historic Passenger Ttlps '. PICNIC

I 'c idea that the strength of this or any other Nation rests in met the late Dr. A. L. Scott,father freeze of :93.which"kWed .all of liver}
;: its homes and its families. There'may be some parents.in of F. A. Scott local merchant. the trees. "The, company grew a '0.BIRDSEYE Hams

this country who would welcome being entirely relieved of Mr. Uglow tells the story of little tired of me' aa chief poss VIEW OF ,
: 1 the responsibility of training and bringing up their childrenand how Dr. Scott ,brought him to then" :Mr Uglow\ .says "$o I CAMP BLANDING .ANDKINGSLCYI4E j
would be content, having this irksome task taken over Starke. "The doctor went to Flor- bought the land uprooted the 42.25,", '
by governmental agencies, but I don't believe the majority ida for his health, and came backto trees,'and turned the t grove,Into I 'Ib. :'39c iin ;:.5'3c'
of us feel that'way about it. North Branch two years lateron a pond." *Y' ,JtU.

We need look only to Germany and Japan'for "horrible a visit. He was so improved 'Actually, he .farmed. the large See Starke'From ,I ,
examples" of what can happen when such a system is Im- and I was 'suffering from bronchitis acreage with considerable success,
posed on a p ople. These countries took over the trainingof that I decided to try the retiring at the age of 60 In 1918 .The,,qtr :$lrandjip, : 4 Lbs. Irish "Fresh"BUTTER
the'"youth of their lands and look at the mess the whole place myself. The 'town was when he sold the place and bought ;Best
JtarRe, and 'I arrived here De- his present home on Lafayette .*
world is in as a result. Now this advanced thinker and his cember 19, 1885. Today at 89 I
fellow-travelers are belittling the American home urging I'm in better health than, when I Street. Potatoes13c & (
that we adopt those same practices with our own children. came here." Since hla retirement Mr. Uglow Airpark
Most of the social workers I have encountered, never has lived quietly with hla wife -
En route, Mr. Uglow met another -
and daughter, Mrs. Ward. Much
had children of their own but they graduate from some
any pioneer Bradford family, of his time Is devoted to observa- LACY CONWAY
social workers school, imbued with a lot of socialistic paternalistic the Brownlees, who were movinghere tions concerning the changes that' R.. M. ,STUART .Ib.. 74cNo.
theories and ask that we turn the ,Nation's childrenover from Mississippi. Baldwinwas have occurred since the distant .
to them to be used as guinea pigs for their experiments.The the point of junction wherehe day when he came here to cure, ; Commercial FlightInstructors r. -
bulwark of the Nation is the home. Destroy that, entrained for the remainder of his bronchitis-and remained fora

a remove its parental influence and you have wrecked the the journey to Starke with Mr. hale and hearty career as one 2 STANDARDAFRESH, DRESSED
nation itself. Look about your own community. What and Mrs. James Brownlee their ot'the county's pioneer farmers.. BRAND HEADY -TO COOK
makes it worthwhile? Where is its strength? What is its hope sons, Hugh and Milton and daughter ,
for the future? Isn't it found in its homes? Take those away (Mrs. A. V. Long). C

and what good are your imposing buildings, your banks, With the climate, and treat-I EARN While You :LEARN :to FLY TomatoesFRYERS':
ment from Dr. Scott Mr. Uglow's .
factories, theatres, libraries your court
your your
health steadily He early
t Bouses and city halls? But for your homes and the families improved. I BILL RIGHTS.NYa
turned to farming, taking over a
On The ,G. ,I. IGcea. Lb. ,69c
hat live in them you have only a ghost town. place a mile and a half north of .
'+ ; Instead of encouraging parents to pay less attention Starke which was later purchased
:io their children, we should be doing all jn our power to safe- by Lorenzo Green. He was one '
guard the home and strengthen the family ties to the end of the first to experiment with Great Northern ,That 'Best Patent
thaUthe:home will"be preserved\': tf. the' local Cultivation ''ot' winter /nre now Approved ''fol\.l'the'foh'' "":" !.. .....: \ :
If we in this Nation as the great doctor contends, haveso vegetables. lowing courses: '
deteriorated that the parents are no longer competent to On December 13, 1888, Mr., Ug- Basic Ground Primary and Ad- ..Beans

train and care for their own children then we certainly are low married Miss Louisa Kuhne, vanced Flying Also Private, Com ---.. ..... ; ;
in a bad way. While here and there we may find parents who daughter of Dr. August and Carolyn mercial and .Flight 1 i Instructor -"'". '"
,' '1 fail to measure'up in this responsibility they are representedby Kuhne. She had resided here Courses. Approval No. 5650. "'.:- _'--,--_ -'- 3 '-bs.) .39c :10 Jbs. 71c
the small minority not the majority. for approximately a year prior to ,

If my viewpoint is in error then let's quit kidding our- the ters marriage.are Mrs.Their C. F.two Ward daugh-of I Class ,Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs.

selves and take the'"God BlessQurIigrpe" placard; ov rand Starke and Mra.' R. L McDowell,
MQg,it in,the "Teen-Age. .Center",,r r the '"Nursery: ,forWorking of Jacksonville. Nights 7:30 P., M.. Morton'sLard

t 'Mothers"; allow' the ."Great tWhite Fjither"" ,to Starke of the 80's, Mr. Ug- :

take.a few.,dollars ,,more ,from..pur,.pay' ...envelopes, and' ybe ,on low recalls, was a''town of about I CONWAY LIBBY U-F.L Y':IT ,SERVICE Salt
ourmerry) way. !
half,a dozen stores, Including the .
I say"NUTS to Dr. .Beelgydtilbjskltind.TOWARD \ oldest. Richard and Pace's Dry ,PHONE 147 OR 32 & -

PRICE j STABILITY, Goods before and Groceries the,War,Between establishedhere the 2 pkgs. 63c 2 pkgs.: 15c

It would be a daring man,indeed ,who.would: state cat- States; J. G. Alvarez' General CONWAY AIRPAM' ; ,
egorically that the peak of the price,rise,has) .been reached, Merchandise, Louis ..Wltkovskl'sMUJlnery C
1 orthat: prices in general are due.for,an ,immediate and sub- and Dry Goods, and Mra.Carrie .
Dohn's meat market. A
stantial downturn. But the all-out inflation that some fore- .
cast ,when the OPA vanished into.the,shadows s certainly) goodly( 300)quota Included of the northernerswho populationabout ,

not occurred-and in some very .impprtant #f ields, including. came only for the winter. i ...
foods a degree of price stability .has been reached. "There 'was no south .Florida in
The.good sense of most consumers is in.part.responsible those days," Mr. Uglow says. "No
for this-more and ,more of them,have,?turned.away ..fromarticles railroad to Tampa or Miaml" Few +
which they considered excessively priced. ,An in- tourists would dare 'go below
crease in the supply of goods has also.helDe'd. ,And.. finally Ocala.." Homeworkpause
the attitude of retail distribution toward consumer roblems Mr. Uglow reports that "someof
has been of immeasurable value. those who lived here then-all I 4s'

The typical retailer works on the principle. that a main 'I'children when I arrived-were Joe ,
duty is to protect consumer purchasing power so far as he Truby, Will Wall, Mrs. E. S. Mat ,, \
can-and to sell honest merchandise,at a fair'price. Long thews Mrs.' Theodore Tyson, Mrs.Bill ,
Bryan and Mra. Frank Hem-
before OPA, retailers voluntarily held prices down when ingway. Judge Gardiner was I _
there was no law to prevent them from profiteering to their
somewhat older-about 20, I ex-
hearts' content. All during the war, retailers opposed pect. I ,was around 28."

hoarding and other inflationary influences. And since the W. W..Moore who had founded I -::\:;
war ended, they have led
wild. in efforts to keep prices from. running the Telegraph In 1877 was at ,.
that time probably the oldest -
.. We are beginning to see the success of these efforts citizen-"about 75." .

now as more and better goods flow into the stores. No one The oldest building Mr. Uglow : ,
knows what the "normal price structure" of the future believes it to be the one since
will be, or what relation it will bear to 1941 or any other I thoroughly remodelled at Call and
year. But we can feel confident that American productive. Walnut, and now occupied by the \ A
methods plus efficiency and competition in retailing, will Canova Pharmacy.
k give the consumer maximum protection against exploitation.' Almost everyone owned an
i orange grove in the' 80's. In '86

= [ Can Use More the crop-growers strawberries.added another Mr. Uglow fruit "
I Pulpwood was one of the 12 or IS farmers E\'I"\
who experimented with the origInal :I
i WHITE TIMBER DEPT Bradford strawberry. "the

I J1 Container Corp'n. of ,America. Fernandina Fla. Newman." These growers first _
put out collectively not more than
23 acres, an within a few miles T'
J 11Lt
i of Starke. Farmers started
doubling their the '
plantings next
season, with the acreage increasing
} R. B. Alvarez & Son steadily thereafter In approximately ,_
: 10 years the favored
variety became the Klondike. The

U : Transfer & Storage Co. Missionary about berry 1902.came Into preference 4WfrW

; : From the beginning, the product
Phone 179
-il. found a ready market in the y .. _
G North-In New York Philadelphia -
St. Louts and Chicago:
We operate local and long Movement was by rail with the
Moving andJJtprag distance Anywhere in Florida Railway and Navigation

( the State of Florida. Company making the first ship
jI1 ments. The line
was succeeded
rt by the Florida Central and Pen-
Fast, Careful Moving insula, which In turn was absorbed
In 1893 :Mr. Uglow began a p ,


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are gone. Sunday morning and night. Recent Births Alison! Wednesday, Jan. 22, The TELEGRAPH has just re- i I ,
B H S1 School Journal Barbara Moore', was' with Ed- .Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae were I In the Alachua County Hospital, I rrlvrd new pre-war quality. URAL : !I
ward on Friday night and StanlyB. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl DobbsIn GROVER THOMAS: ALISON '
Gainesville. Mr. rubber .
Crosby on Saturday night, and Alison was at band Plenty .of
, Lake City Wednesday of last The Rev. and Mrs\ Grover All-
June Caldwell with Rob- I one time rector of St. n-t-r-e-t-r-h and snap anllRtl'f'nlttla.
-- George week. son of Jacksonville the I II
; ; ; SOCIETY erts on Friday night and Lowell announce Episcopal Church in Mark'1 Four' sizes at 40o pr !
' BRADFORD:HIGH I Earl McRae spent Saturday birth of a son, Grover Thomas quartrr-poiind box.A real bargain.
i\iSCIiOOL\ :NEWS' There waa quite a party out at Douglas on Saturday night. I night in Jacksonville with relatives -- -- W -- #i i
the Tilly's Thursday night of last wonder why Barbara (Robert) ;
week. It was a going-away party Moore and June wanted to start
Ec11to..ln.Jblel.Jaelde The Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Bowers
for Donald and Joan and a birth- crying on their dates, for it must .
HaeUIn and his sister, Miss Lettle Bowers,
day party for Peggy and Bill be that they were thinking about of Hilliard,' were guests of the CHEVROLET
TUly. There were Joan, Peggy, their other' boy friends'
Society Editor, Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall Monday
Marlon Brown Donald Bill T;' Bill Pfeffler. I Guess that Jackie and Mar- night. .
Billy (Doc) Miles Billy (Sam) tha will be able tocome and en- ,
Mrs. T. N. Norman and'eon, .,
..Editor, Edwards, Patsy' Ruth, Al. Ann, joy all the basketball ga.mesVUh- .
Sports Gerald, and Mr. and Mrs.' Eldon 'f.'
Steve'WeldonStadent'Anvleer Annette, and Edith to help cele-i in the next week or two, because ,,,",',;'11"0\' .
brate. seemed Sapp and sons), J. A and Rudolph, "" ",
'. Everybody to havea their EMORY friends are 'taking -: I.
all of Hellbronn were visiting rel- tlaL"I '
grand time'during'the evening examinations. If they (the girls) '\ .
even though tome of the boys ended atives here Saturday night. .. :i:
Btanehard'.law did not treat them too bad whenthey.
*" and Mrs. Arthur McRae
.: up with other boys' dates, were here last'' I guess'they were called to Sanford Friday because .' -8*
'EDITORIAL "I Friday Joan was the guest of will be able to pass their exams. of the death of John G. 'i,
I honor at, an afternoon tea given Good luck, boyslDon't Jenkins. i. .
dictionary definition'or by Janet Anderson, Ann Wilt, and Today I ,
manshlp! reads: skill ore : Marian Brown. Lu Edwards sang forget the Friday Miss Ann Carlton of Jackson .'
I night with Hawthorne i "here in ville was a recent guest of Mr.
in field sports. All of us
"My Hero" and "Smoke Gets In .
Starke at the armory at 7:30.: and Mrs. Robert Myrick. ,
there\ is a lot more to this Your Eyes". Betty Ann and Barbara t1:1 t1:1i :
than this, and too, how imt -, Moore played a duet, and . . . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groovesand
it Is to us in both work June played two solos, one of their son and daughterinlaw i
ay, every day of our lives. which was our favorite, Debussy's Pine LevelBy Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Grooves, all Umatllla. were
one phrase I particularlyto "Clair de Lune". LOWEST PRICED
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc-
Mr II. 1lcR
stress here Is concerned The game Friday night was one . . . Rae over the weekend.
he basketball teams BHSis of the best yet. The boys game Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and
\\ year. We enjoy playing was really close. The last basket, The Rev. W. E. Hall filled his Mrs.i" H. M. McRae were dinner ,
itching games, but the imt -I which was made by Chiefland regular appointment in the pulpit j guests of Mr and Mrs. N. A.
thing is do we realizen during the last seven seconds of of Pine Level Baptist Church last Conner in Lake Butler Saturday.
or lose there's somethingwhen the game, made the score 34-33 :
- - -
the game has been lit favor of the visitors. Duringthe r
| in a clean manner 7 half the Chiefland supporters CARa:
lie Is proud of her record started a few yells, and it wasn't
[he,Florida Athletic Asso- long before things got pretty | JUST'RECEIVED' |;: ,\..,.... .:"

and wants it to stay the wild. Dot Anderson and ,Lu Ed- t .,, ,:,,: ..
I '
Is. Not only does shet wards seemed .to be leading the ROOFING i .\wrMl'M
to, but is going to"have Bradford side with plenty of sup- ALUMINUM J f' ; {

I port. Among the supporters were 6 8 10 and 12 Foot-Lengths .r it
takes very little effort to Ann W. and-Pat' McO., June C. ; :,: AND' lOWEST PRICED LINE, :,' ,
,. ,. ,
ough, and often when the and George (Cook) R., Jimmy r {'.
nts seem to want It that and Mildred Billy M. and PeggyT. SEE THE 1 : It .;: I
the temptation is' almostat ., Dot anad Lyle, Joan and Bud- IN'' ITS FIELD!
to cast-aside, but thereh dy, Barbara and Edward (Sonny) HUDSON SPRAYERSIdeal ,* _,, 'I,
to be lost than
more S., and of course several other '
and we don't want tomes faithful BHSers. For Your Garden .."if. .
at the expense- of our The game Saturday night was Yes, Chevrolet prices start lower-and finish. lower-than \i r'
: .
nanship. not quite so close. Our A and B ;
teams have ibeen supportedus squads. There didn't,seem to be those of any other line of cars In the Chevrolet price range. (': t
farand don't think It so many o> the Friday night LAWN MOWERS 'ii \
r For today, Chevrolet has the lowest-priced cor as well as f
ppreclated.hope crowd, but there were several of BRINLEY SIDE HARROWS w
you aren't getting a the much younger crowd gettingthe the lowest-priced line of passenger cars in Its field-with J:4. '
Iscouraged by our defeats right start, including Harold PLANET JR. CULTIVATORS .
even though we've, lost Godwin, Butch Smith. Buzzle and exceptionally low gas, oil and upkeep costs as well. And, ;\ ,! I

we're doing our best and Lou Green, George C. and Jo FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTORS .. ,
of when it
course, comes to quality-when it comes to Blft "
he assistance of Coach Ann Smith. Maybe the school (Ideal for Strawberries) =I r
boys' coach.and Mrs. won't come apart and go to noth- Car beauty, Dig-Car comfort, Dig-Car performance and dependabillty \ j
in, girls' coach, improve- ing In a couple of years when we, PLANET JR. GARDEN PLOWS .
s certain. -Jackie Haskins I r -Chevrolet and Chevrolet alone brings you : \ ,

has been a student of BHS. ALSO A FEW' NAILSFARMERS' '

or Biogs Virginia has wavy hair and .. .. ,.. BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST!
hazel 'eyes and her ambition is tit
INIA LYDIA BY1NGTON to be a model. Liking sports suchas
prll 21, 1929, in Adel, Ga. volley ball and basketball, she SUPPLY
a Lydia. Bylngton, became also likes dancing and swimming.We TORODE. CHEVROLET CO
tier of tM Byington family. wish you luck In the future Owners
s attended school in Brad- and hope you achieve your am- MIKE MARUCA : I I

nd for' ,a year* ._and<< 'a half, bition. Starke, Fla._-. .J lfi
ML *w! I __ __"< 1
i'' I'

S It Is Very' Unusual_ For Us To Have A Sale, |r

\ \ But'' The' lime Has Come When: We'' Have; AO i

.c .. Stock Of- ; Merchandise That,Is' .' NaM". g'S. ,


Too Hot To Handle* I .. I)

.' 1H

This merchandise'could' be disposed of at an Army post for an '
1M' Ip:
equal amount in a.lump'sum j but'we are staging this sale to give our customers t ;'t

.I of the past 53-years the benefit of. this quality' goods at lass than replacement cost: ,: .,,,1{; i

Officers &&' Enlisted,l; Men's,

V A, L U E'S '

All,), Wool &, ,Part, Wool ,

t SHIRTSSizes : '1 I'5' -

14 Thru 17 "

And' A, .Small): Quantity of 100')' Percent' ALL-WOOL TROUSERS (formerly. 10.95). ) '



; ALL TO GO AT ': These Shirts Ideal For All'' Purposes

Sale I Begins Saturday. ,, .' ,.. '- Work Play --Sports, i't,

I : FeB. 1st. 9:00: A. Mi; '$:,3' 9'5 COME BY EARLY! ; "

i AND GET YOUR PICKAbsolutely '
No Item On This Sale .

Will Be Sold Before 9:00 A. M., : 3.95NO MORE NO LESS 3.95 f

1 In Order .J
Saturday, February ,

To 'Give All. Customers An Equal .'
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At This Superior Mer L REEST.Chance ; I

chandise. \ <




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Miss Haven Crosby Weds J. C. Vining Jr. men in my time, but seems to me sliding door shelter .- Wonder Street while Jack was Ben!

I- SOCIETY and CLUBS that Evangelist Johnson, who's why someone didn't think of that overseas,' you know And ,
In Lovely Home'' Ceremony Sunday AfternoonMr. packtn. 'em in at the Methodist long ago? .. they're In the trailer II
Church this week, haa the world camp bl,,

Smith-Knight T. S. Slade Home beat In addition to being a Have just learned that Arline ness. in Fort Lauderdale< ,

i vibrant preacher, he plays. several ,Dew, who is remembered by many Their old friends were power

Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V. Knightof Scene of Supper musical instruments, has a grand friends along CaUstreet, became glad to see 'em again, even if u

Gainesville announce the mar- of last week baritone voice, and even performs the bride of Henry J. Chauvet on did Insult our North Florida ,
Tlage of their daughter, Merry Thursday night feats of magic for the .children! January 19 in New Orleans mate by bringing along th

Beth, to Cecil R. Smith Jr., also friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. And here am I All I For her wedding the strikingly overcoats for their visit he

of Gainesville on August 18 1946 Slade met at the KIngaley Lake can do Is pound a typewriter, and beautiful Arline wore a beige suit Sorry to hear that Cal

Mrs. Smith Is a granddaughterof home of the Slades fog an' In- not too well at that Why I and black accessories Wit- Johns is still critically ill In ,

Col. and Mrs D. E. Knight of formal covered dish supper. ; Sup- oh why do so many have so few nessing the ceremony! were Miss Alachua County Hospital ,

Starke and at present is attending per was served buffet style from talents, and so few so many? ,Marian Love of Homosassa Lola Is staying in Gainesville

FSCW in Tallahassee.Mr. a lace-covered table ornamentedwith Glimpsed Ralph Rhodes putting Springs, and Arline's slater, Delia be near him, which is why \

Smith Is serving in the a fan-ahaped arrangement of the finishing touches to the Harltos, and brother, Walter: miss her pleasant voice at t

IT. S. Navy.Ladies gladioli. sweet fishing boat He's just com- telephone switchboard, ,
i. t Enjoying the evening with Mr. pleted Incidentally, It has Glad to see Bea and Jack Berg
and Mrs. Slade were Mr. and several gadgets that Ralph should in town last week, spending a 'Seems to be all for now .

AuxiliaryMet Mrs O. L. Beasley Mr. and Mrs. patent, including a cigarettekeeperdryer few days with Katty and Red So long. See you in the m

Tuesday NightThe A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. a little raised-plat- Monteith ., Bea ran Glslain's i, A.
Duncan Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sew- A form nook In the stem and with (army and gift shop) on Call ,I -Carol'.'
Ladles Auxiliary of the ell, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest -

Presbyterian Church met Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining Mrs.T. a .' .
* evening at 8 o'clock at the T Long Mrs. M. F. Brown,

home of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs]:. L. Matthews and ., WILLIAM I "
During the short business session Mr., and Mrs. H. C. Ritch.
'' Mrs. J. R. Kite,
presided over by
committee was appointed to a ,'r. ..... at I;,: ,'
a Birthday Party d? .. :, r './ ....:. ,
OGERS .1" ((;:tH.d..iA.> _.
;' plan for a sliver tea: Mr K. G .. ... ,,"...."i:.. ; ; ',1.'':'
,. Duncan Chm., Mrs. Jeanette For Alice LappeA ,I!)" '" .lii .\.\ ,4, '
Young, Mrs.: Caro Chandler Mrs. :;::1 '; 'x' ., :
.S I L V E R P LA T E' :
Miss Alice
{ II. Averill and Miss Lucille Hitch party ::: : ..j ,
ell. Mrs* Chandler requested a Lappe on her fourteenth birthday .( ',\\I I. '
+ donation of $2 from each memberto anniversary was given by her Yom',1. 4'1 Y- M 'LN ,
meet the Auxiliary's portion mother at the Church Service ( "Mary Lou". and "Regent" Patterns, ; ...1" \,

of overseas hospital maintenance Center on Thursday, Jan. 23.

,1 The members gave rising: vote The Center was beautifully dec- '
50-Piece Inc "
of thanks to Dr. Kaufman for his orated with pink gladioli and ,.33.75 Tax ; -

''d F gift of a pulpit Bible to the white iris carrying out the color .6 -.., ,.'
'W Church. scheme of pink and white. The ,

During the program hour Dr.JCgpfnan three-tiered cake 'was decoratedin "

spoke on "Right Where pink and, white. Bulova Watches- 33.75
You A..." ana also of the work After enjoying a number of Mr. and Mr JT. O. Vlnlng Jr are pictured above cutting the :
of the Presbyterian{ Mission Schoolat games and contests the 00/ young .
wedding cake at the reception '" "
following their -
marriage Sunday : .
Menaul, Arizona, people present were served refreshments .fternoonFhoto' Elgin Watches -' 29,75; up .' '. ,' :
by Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop. ,.
of punch and cake. ,.
Mrs. Mitchell, assisted by Ulil :;"" ;
Lucme Mitchell served a ,salad Mrs. Lappe was u I.\.d In uery-; .6ne of the prettiest weddings Paul Faulkner served as usher, 'I :'A (
,; '. Wilsbro Watches "J'
Mrs Lyle Anderson : 29.75 f
Lourte and tea to the sixteen and of the season was the candlelight and Mr. Vining has as his best up :.: :

member and three visitors pres Miss Florence McCully, ceremony uniting Miss Haven man Vernon Crosby, brother ,of ..:("..[..: "" ;" ', ',* -
ent. Crosby daughter of Mr. and Mrs '.: j -

WOW InstallationThe R. R. Crosby and :J. C. Vining, the bride. ",..".' ,J'',,, .' Parker Pens .- .. ,
f *
r Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Immediately after the ceremonya V:; 'J i
local Woodmen of the Vining, Sr., of Stockton, Ga., reception was held with the : f.:;r"

Have World organization will Install its which was solemnized Sunday bride and bridegroom, their par- .' .' 8.75 -' '12.5015.00' ', ,' !' t :"I,

portrait 1947 officers in a special meeting afternoon at, 4:30'o'clock: at the ents and the Rev. and Mrs. Hall !. ., '. _.. "
your ;; ,' J.; :(
'of' ;;.. :: ; ::; : \ '
tonight (Friday) at 7:30: .o'clock home of the bride's parents near ,'\ '. : ..
forming the receiving line. t.'
madein in the Wodman hall accordingto Starke., '. ;.. -fI" : ,
Con- In the dining room the three- i : : ',.PIJ '' -' :'.' <. >' 'I.i .
announcement by Lacy 3
the familiar an The living room and dining \ f t '
way, financial secretary. All room of the Crosby home were tiered brlde'u. cake, placed on a i : ; ';/"i:' '., Jacques' Kreister's Costume Pins .' ;::"
f/tu 'l
t surroundingsof members are urged to be present opened 'eruulte and were beautifully lace-covered table, was circled .: .....1-
t 1'A"0 "i"1 L.' ],..
own home decorated with quantities of with fern and pompon chrysanthe .n"
your ,i Lady's and Gent's Watch Bracelets',
WSCS To Meet white gladioli, chrysanthemums, mums. Sliver 'candelabra com- ? '
and in floor Punch / t. .
; 1 .* satattice arranged pleted the arrangement. a-f
Circle One of the Methodist i baskets and vases, with a back- and cake were served at the re ,. : : } .

WSCS, with Mrs. :J. B. Cottrell as ground of greenery. Tall candel- ception' Immediately after the \'f .'., ,'
T. H. Osborne leader, will meet Monday after- abra, holding white candles were ceremony. i
the home of ;, .
3 In '
noon at o'clock "
at either side of the fIreplace -
placed Assisting in serving during the .
Mrs. G. S. Newcome on Madison where the double ring cere- Mrs. Loren Conner :'", '. j ..... -' .J'C'" ,;; 'I .' .
WRITE BOX 423 St. Mrs. Titus Olson will be co- reception were ',' '.',.- q; :t" "I'' ';;:iJO' '' ;
was performed by the Rev. Mrs. Paul Faulkner Mrs. :J. C. '
mony ', < .
OR CALL AT hostess. Circle Two, Mrs. Joe W. E..< Hall, pastor, of the Pine \, Watch Repairs v < it O,. ;,.'> Jwry: ;f.> .
Meal and
will meet at the Sapp, Mrs. Crosby, I 11.'e: '
HOOVER BROS. STUDIO Martinez leader .
Level Baptist ,Church.A Ward : 1l '{ XT'TMGEM i PSt
Misses and
home of Mrs. W. H. Nollman on Mary Ella \ : II-
West Madison. program of wedding music Mildred Thomas.

'jf- was" played by Mrs. Lloyd J. .and1' Mrs. Vining left on a i :
.' Green, and Mrs. S. D. Phillips wedding trIP to the southern partof r ; I!

sang "A Perfect Day" (Bond) and the-State, and before return- jE.W"EL
A R W' Sunday Monday "I Love You Truly" (Bond). RY
ing to Starke they will also visit
2-3 The bride wore a gray.wool!
.FL-: February the bridegroom's parents in Stock-
r STARKE suit with navy accessories and '
her corsage was a purplethroatedorchid. ton, Ga. 109 EAST CALL ST.STARKE, FLA.PHONE 170

l Miss Myrtle Thomas, Mrs. Vining, an employe in the

DEANNA in her First TECHNICOLOR Triumph! maid of honor, wore a gold wool office of Clerk of the Circuit
_.? suit with brown accessories and Court, is a graduate of Bradford

< With the Miracle Melodies of JEROME KERN her corsage was of purple iris High School. .1t" ,,' .
Mrs. Lucian Conner sister of Mr 'Vining has been employedhere .
., .
,..i..t. '
:T the bride, was matron of honor for the past few months as
A LJtaa and with her pastel blue suit and bookkeeper JOT the Hercules sArgle wAAr.l t.a.terspHS.eae

black accessories she wore. a pink Powder Company,
carnation corsage. They'will reside in Starke.
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Yjs My, my Little did I think was all about" .; p, S.: he I a,
( cant miss
thinks it's overrated! you
that some day I'd be sitting In I ,

the Florida Theatre listening to -- .+' s. a (rick .
Elise and Wllllard Pass. are I
s Rublnoff and his Violin (in per l es > '
proud of the fact that they wer I d q i. t earn' miss loving
..iaA son no less) right here on Call lucky enough to :find a nice email]I < l

.,'".'"- PAIGE Street .' But that's the fascinating home In Anniston, Ala., and 'are I -R Rw w l g g smooth young

lIltOtO ROBERT part about life in Starke,! now comfortably located at 32 2 I 4 casual, silver studded
"" isn't it 7 We never know whatto West 18th Street. Elise write I
.-= i" f AKIM TAMIROFFDAVID' expect next! Methinks that' that "we are at home to 'any, y *n* belted mink, pastels
for a town of its size, there is Callstreeters who might be travel,
more going on per square foot in ing this way. Annlston isn't c aqua, yellow* pink*
any I I'c;ae
JUNE this little city than anywhereelse thing like Starke, but I think w sisnd..lo l icit

on the globe .At any rate will enjoy living here. The pop .. '
ALSO NEWS and COMEDY Rubinoff 4it is (complete with elation la 40,000, the people ar ;' 4. rayon flannel.

violin) 0 n February 21 very friendly and we have. 4churches" E
TUES. WED. TIIURS. FEB. 4 -5. 6 Credit for bringing this outstand- Add old friends in "

ing artist to Starke goes to the new jobs: Lila Rae Caldwell be,

Rotary Club whose new member, hind a desk in the H. C. Wall <;
Hans Walker, met the famed Agency Merrill Edwards behind w ide '.. "

( musician during an' engagementin the wheel of a Tom's truck r

a nearby city and persuadedhim Dooley'Davis amusing friend
to coma .to Starke during a with some of her experience '
break In his Itinerary. Tickets while teaching veterans during .r '"'
1 -
1 : will be on sale In a matter of her internship In Jacksonville ,A i' 4 1j ,:
days, but if you're afraid you'll b lwrp

miss out on a reserved seat and Have you" ever thought about

can't wait for someone to call on the big bargains you get along k t ,
you. just apply at the Chamber of : CallstreetT I mean the things '
Commerce office 'that are free, and yet which are -.t

priceless and cannot be duplicated .

s At the present writing It seemsto elsewhere., e.y(. For Instance, with a. $
be a toss up whether our era every five cent Coca-Cola you' geta
will go down in history as the matchless smile and a cheery; ', ( ), .1 Junior sizes) B-us

Atomic Age or the Age of Bubble greeting from blonde Violet,Crosby '
Gum I'm inclined to bet the cashier In.Canova'a ':' : I. 1 :; 4.9S

"on the latter For Instance, You might buy only a box of corn 4-4-: 1""
consider the experience of Wilbur plasters, but you're more than + itii r4.4:
I Scott Thursday of last week apt to rate a wisecrack as a 3 a

I ,' he received'delivery of 360 piecesof bonus from Dolly Sullivan In .
the (horrible) stuff in his attractive Koch's You may be "only
M; new store located In the looking" at the diamonds in the

it.1 ,. shadow of BHS As soon as Gem Jewelry, but It'doe8n.t costa TWEA
: .the first stick was sold the electrifying thing to tear Dot Cray's musical _
'''1 news swept over the laughter And with every SMI2T.SIiIVf
f school like a prairie fire
purchase at
! Ci Carpenter's you are
: almost
. formed at the Hobby Shop, entitled to, a share of pleasantnessfrom r

i'J 11' 1 half a block in length In I Mary Lee Hancock .
less than
an hour Wilbur had Chances are
you never thoughtof
f' sold. 359 of his 360-stlck allotment it in this Y <.
light, but it's true, i
i '"'! ALSO NEWS and COMEDY What happened to the(now,, isn't It r /.r
other stick r He chewed it
a seen In
himself to see' "what the fats Wen, I've heard, of versatile ,; .

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|\JANUARY 81, 1941' ,

of LOCAL Mr, and Mrs.. E. :M. Davis had 1 '
NEWS Legion To Back honoree and '
as their guests Sunday Mrs. Sophia UDC Meeting NoticeThe Joan Carpenter hostesses greeted I lI
Reinoehl Fund I visitors as they arrived and the I
and Mrs. Helen CampaignFor
Relnoehl of UDC Chapter will have its Honored At Tea 50 guests calling during the tea 1
:J. L. Simmons la visiting Dr. and Mrs. Carl Mendoza and Jacksonville Boy Scouts monthly business and social meet enjoyed a inimical program which
feter, Mrs. Mansfield in Lake son Cliff, Mrs. Robert Green of Mrs. Cella Manattaa Is spending, ing at 3:30: o'clock Wednesday Miss Joan Carpenter, who left began at 4:30: o'clock. Featured (" J'J
Jacksonville and the week In Fernandina with her Assuring District Scout Commissioner afternoon, Sunday to enter Montreat High
B. D Mendoza i I Feb. 5, at the home of on the- program were Miss Lou '
J. Rv Walnwrlght andn of New Orleans were guests Sun' daughter, Mrs. D. B. White. T. II. Osborne of its Mrs. A. Z. Adkins on North Wal- School, Montreal, N. C., was the Edwards, of Lawtey, who sang I i
and Mrs. George Flynn day of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin VALENTINES, complete linn of full cooperation in the Boy Scout nut St.Local. honoree at a delightful tea from two selections accompanied at the J
Friday afternoon In Galnes- and Mrs. N. T. Rltch. Hallmark valentine at Hollywood I campaign for funds, Legionnaires 4 until 6 o'clock last Friday after- piano by Misa Anderson; and Mltia If'' '
Camera & Tuesday, in the bl-monthly meetIng noon In the Church Service ('('n- 'Betty who
Maj. H. C. Wall and Lt. Col. Gift Shop. Pilot Enters I Ann Flynn rendered I II'
of Post 56, named a three- tAr. Hoatessits were Miss Ann '
three solos.
home portraits !see T. H5e. Gentry White of St. Augustinewere St 1-31 piano \
man Scout Fund committee. Commander Gulf Air TourEarl Wilt, Miss Marian\ Drown, and
See ad on pflur *- guests of W. L. MVall en Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vining and S.G.. Denmark, Lavon Miss Janet Anderson I The hostesses presented Miss J;' :

and Mrs. Shearer of St. route to Ft. Bennlng, Ga. daughter, Sara Frances and Bar Andrews and William Duncan will J. Pitcher of Starke Is one The building Carpenter with an attractive sewing I
Mo., who are enjoying a Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch And bara Jean Mrs. Faye Fender and anounce early appointment of a of thousands of participants in decorated for this was occasion attractively with kit as a memento of the oc II

tour of Florida, were Mrs. Paul Hudglna and daughter, Miss Katie Fender, all of stock- drive chairman, and will 'functionIn tho Sixth Annual Gulf Air Tourof gladioli, white Iris and pink and casion. Iii
Mr and Mrs H. L. Kay, returned ton Ga., and Fred Vining of Assisting In entertaining during
of Wednesday from a other ways during the cam- Florida, an event which is white azaleas, carrying out a col- f l
[lee Saturday.and week's stay in Arcadia. Perry were guests Saturday 'and paign, scheduled for February 7- bringing Into the 'air the largest or scheme of pink and white. The the afternoon were Mrs. J., L. An- .
Mrs V. S.' St. John Sunday of Mr and Mrs. L. D. derson, Mrs. H. C. Brown. Mrs ;
Complete line Hallmark greet 13. number of private pilots In the tea' table was overlaid with a I
banled by their daughter ing cards for all occasions at Vlnuig. Members of the Post discussed history of aviation. white lace cloth, centered with a 3. M. Smith, and Mrs, Mattle ;Ii',

bn-in-law, Mr and Mrs. D. Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop. Among those a tend ing the plans for support of the city's Designed to encourage cross large bowl of azaleas, and bal I Gahagan.. \
aim of Darien, Con., at- 3t 1-3 camellia show in Jacksonvillewere recreational and athletic activities anced at each-: end with silver '
] the auto races at Daytona Mra. L. D. Vining and Mrs. T. Mrs. Tom Grady, Mrs. O. L. of next summer. country flying, this, unusual Air candelabra holding burning white 1

[Sunday.' T. Long spent Monday In Jack- Beasley, Mrs. Jeanette Ktncald Following the business session. Tour is open to any pilot of a tapers. Mrs Junlus M. Smith, New Merchandise ;,
i for the bride at Scott's, sonville. Miss Jean Irwin. Mr. and..--- -Mm.-- the plane of 125 horsepower or less mother of the honoree, poured "" r',
it's Hobby Shop Annl- I Miss Evelyn Stump and Mrs W. A. Stern, Mrs. P. A. Moore, enjoyment Legionnaires of a social adjourned Interlude for Pilots can take off any time after from the silver tea service be- JUST RECEIVED '

glfts. IE. L. Matthews spent Saturday Mrs. W. E. Torode Mr. and Mrs. which will henceforth be a fea- January 2 and can complete the tween the hours of 4 and 5 o'- THIS WEEK )1 I'i'l,, i'l
W. M. Wlmberl spent!' L. W. Koch, and Mrs. I '
In Tallahassee Paul Hudg- clock, and Mrs. Mattie Gahagan
attending the Zeta
ture !
of the meetings.The tour by January 20. Applications All BRAND NEWTABtEcEOTHs ;
days ]last week In Lake 'Tau Alpha Initiation Ins and daughter, Kay. 'I presided over the tea table from
ceremony. next Legion meeting Is bo obtained from the local I
For may; -
Miss Marjorie Sue Middleton, wedding portraits see T. H. 5 until 6 o'clock: I f'
niece of Mrs. Matthews, was initiated Onborne. See ..Ion page- 4. scheduled. for Tuesday, February, Gulf airport dealer. I Forming a receiving, line, the !
into the sorority. They Mr. and Mrs. D. Christlano of I I
Darlen, Conn.,
are visiting at the
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W
[OUR WATCH M. Thomson in Lloyd on Satur- home of Mra. Chrlsttano's parents FFA'Members;' Stage

serves the Best, day night. Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John. I Unusual ,Program Size, 40x40 75c y
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lawson __ '
rrpssrrr a-Sesrarsaeslue "
Schrafft'a Chocolates $1.25 at f
.a Scott's. and two sons and Mrs J. W. Mc- At'Rotary Club .A. B DUNGAREES f '
Call were weekend visitors in
Mrs. N. T. Ritch and daughter Moultrie, Ga. Members of the Bradford County For Boys 6-16 1.85
Diane returned Wednesday froma % Chapter, Future Farmers of America ,I .. : !1
,, 'o -< Friends of Warren Perkins will '
d visit with Mrs. Emmett Rainey presented an outstanding pro- it
regret to learn that he is in White Pillow Cases '
in Freeman Va. a gram at the Rotary Club Wednes- ." G i i I
Como and be fitted for your Jacksonville hospital following an day, highlighted by a brief talk Full Size 18x27 I
REPAIRrustworthy spring and summer Splrella garment extended illness. by Doyle Conner, State Presidentof I > :

*. Girdles, one-piece garments George R. Holton, prominent the..Organization.In II I 65c ; 1
Service corsets, brassieres, belts!, attorney of Winston-Salem, N. C., ,
addition to Conner, those X1
maternity garments.-Mrs. Frank was A visitor this week at Florida the I II Two for $1.00 f'j',
taking: part on program were d\\
Hoover your Splrella Corsetlere Plastics I .
F. Strong Elmer Johns, president of the II v.
Starke. tl Friends of Lacy Wynn of Hampton local chapter; Doyle Crews, vice I Men's FELT HATS :, ,1 I
Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Wain-
: will to learn that he k1'When
president; Milton Norman, treasurer j'
wlrlght of Tallahaassee were Sun- All Wool Oo. 1.75 ea. ,1:
has been seriously 111 In the Ala-
: B. C. Holtzendorf, reporter; .
SINCE 1941 day night guests of Mr. and Mrs. chua I .. ... .... 6
County Hospital. and L. J., Kite, sentinel. Intro- j'
:J. R. Walnwrlght and N. D. Wain-
Can St. Ladies SLIPS ,
137 West !
Card. for congratulations, get ductory remarks were made by
I wrlght.FLORIDA well, and greet the baby, at V. R. Ferguson, vocational agriculture You're Not Feeling Well Best Grade ,i 11.50, ea. \

Scott's. Instructor___ at Bradford .
Mrs. Lloyd Lewis arrived Wed High School and FFA Advisor Ladies APRONSAll 't
THEATRE nesday from Wilmington, Del., A surprise feature of the program SEE YOUR DOCTOR
Sizes' 2 for 1.00
for a visit with her sisters, Mrs. was the awarding of an I : '
STARKE T. T. Long and Mrs. T. S. Slade. honorary membership in the chapter
J, R. Howe Is a patient In St. to Rotarian E. L. Matthews That Is His Business I Girls APRONS l i i

Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville, publisher of the Bradford County i '
35c each
SUN. MON. FEB. 2 3 (
where he underwent an operationon Telegraph, In appreciation of t
"NEVER SAY GOODBYE" his eyes.Mr. editorial support given to the I ITHAT'S '! '
When He Gives You A Ladies DRESSES I
FFA In this Prescription
rrol Flynn Eleanor Parker Lucille Watson and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had program locality. f
as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. The award was made by Chapter OUR BUSINESSTwo Rayon& Silk Mix i
President Johns.Arrangements
G. O. Watkins of Wlldwood and I
Tues. Wed. Thurs Feb. 4-5-6
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells of Jack for the program Sizes 12 to 18

DOUBLE FEATURE sonville. Mrs. L. O. Crenshaw were made by Lucian Conner,
'MURDER IN THE MUSIC returned to Wildwood with the I chairman for the day. Your 4.50 each I'Y; 1,
Watkins after spending a week Preceding the FFA program, registered druggists on duty .. .. ... .. .. ... ... ;" r
Hruba Ralstond here with the Huttos. Mrs. Edward Charbonneau of prescriptions are checked and double checked Girls DRESSES

"NIGHT TRAIN TO MEMPHIS" Drug Sundries at Scott's Hobby Starke and Worchester, Mass. for your protection.OUR 7.10 1.75 \:
ea. ;
Shop. sang Giannlna Mia (Frlml), J
Roy Acuff Somewhere A Voice Is Calling 2-4 1.35 '
Mrs. Fred A. Ross returned last .c -, ea.OVERALLS
(Tate) and Ma"Curly Headed a. y ? ; _
week from Augusta, Ga., where t MOTTO :
Fri. Sat. -''Feb. 7-8 ''DOUBLE FEATURE :% she spent several months while Bobby (Clntsam) in her beautiful .:.... .. ,. ;
Give You; What The Doctor I \ ':
"RIO GRANDE RAIDERS"Sunset Sgt.. Roes was stationed at Camp contralto voice. Mrs. Charbon- 'for'f f'
Gordon. Sgt. Ross will be discharged neau, a concert singer of note, Ordered. (We do not Hubstltute.) I BOYS
Carson from the serviceat, Fort has purchased a home in Starke 'I 1.15 .l;'
66 2.16 .Oo ea.
andSHOULDN'T tennlng on Feb. 10 and he and and will spend the winter months RE I .. .. .. P' ::, I'
Mrs. Ross will make their home in here. She was accompanied at
HAPPEN TO A DOG"arol Starke. the piano by Mrs. E. K. Perry- (Why Pay More?) I Rayon Hose'

Landis Allyn Joslyn Henry MorganDIES' Scott's have that delicious Battered man, Rotary pianist. ,!
Pecan Sealtast Ice Cream. During the program a silent \ I''
I Mrs. Shellle Hall was in tribute was paid to, Paul Harris,' Bring your prescription troubles us dayor I 85c per pair 1; J

onville\\ Wednesday of'last .Jack-I!founder of Rotary, who died this night and we will be glad to serve you .. '
because of the lllneas of week at his home In Chicago. : I
ter, Mrs. M.'C. Wells. at any time.Koch .. NICK'SBARGAIN I j

Mrs. Caro Chandler' has had asher !Paul Knight Directs I.,
OE SALE guest her sinter( Mrs. Montgomery r
4j Quiz Kid Program
of Griffin, Ga. Drug Store'I I ; 'i (
Friends of S. R. Johns Sr will In Miami StadiumPaul "
\ regret to learn that he remains I '
t' t critically 111 In Riverside Hospital, Knight production director Phone' 53 HOUSE :-lrf
Jacksonville.Mr. for NBC's famed "Quiz Kids I .
program, journeyed to Miami last ltH
and Mrs. M. C. Thomas returned -
for the broadcast's -
last week from month's Sunday presentation .
a before a mammoth audl_ 'i: l 'I 1
visit with Mrs. Thomas' parents,
ence in the Interest of the Marchof :
Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Updike in Dimes. The program wall IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO SETTER, AT (, I', ,

Lakevtlle, Ind. :Mr and Mrs.I staged in the :Miami football ', k'',
st Thomas have been residing in stadium. John H. Denmark Furniture Co. .

Tampa, but have returned to
Young Knight, a native Starke-
Starke and expect to make their Ite,' was joined In Jackaonvlll< PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.' ,... ','i.66' r.-' '

home here Monday by his parents Col. and "_ ._ .. '_ I.... .. .... 6 .... .. ;'" I
Mr, and'Mrs. John Uglow had Mrs. D. E. Knight, and brother,

asa nephew guest Robert last Ford weekend, of Lake-their HoUI. .V. Knight Gainesville attorney This Week's Special Superior Grade i :;

land. Mr. Ford 'Is majoring In The Miami Herald reported!
photography at the University of "The broadcast was heard over "
t Florida. 142 stations and about 7,000 per- I

Miss Caudie Hazen' of' Starke, sons saw the youngsters broadcast INNERSPRlNdMATIRESSES

iN who graduated from Blue Moun- over a national\ hookup in an $79
,1C tain College last June, has been 'effort to boost contributors to the ;

elected queen of the New Orleans fund to fight polio."
Seminary Sweetheart Banquet Mr. Knight returned to Starke Box SPRINGS to MATCH

which will be held February 6. with his parents for a brief visit.

\ Pvt. Warren J. Starling of
i a'I Starke has received his discharge Jr. Woman's ClubThe Made of the very best of materials and designed to provide, : ,

from the armed forces at the the very best in comfort. Liberal allowance for your old
'I t I Brooke Army Medical Center, Junior Woman's Club will

Beautiful'KIDS Fort, Sam Houston,. Texas. He has hold Its regular monthly meeting mattress and spring. ,
been stationed at this center, Thursday night, Feb. 0, in the !

.r which is the largest' and moat: club building. Hostesses will be --... .. .. ..... .. .-.. ... .. ....... ...... ... .... J 1 }N5Piece
complete medical installation of Mrs. H. II. Adams and Miss Della

kind in he world. Rosenberg. '
its ( '!> 1
Large '
Baby' :

./J & 6J95 Values 5J95' & 4J95 Values Sell Your TIMBER --- NOW\ Extension Table Circulator I t Rockers ..y'::

4.95 2.00All Highest CASH Prices Paid Dinette SUIts Heaters ; .

All Styles & Sizes Styles Broken Sizes 4.95 .

ROUP; 2 ALL LADIES {WILL 'BUY IN BULK 32.95 $55.50 A Beautiful 1 r-!i I

.j 5.15 ,- 4D5 Values Bedroom Slippers OR BY TilE UNIT White Enamel We ,Have Just A Birthday Gift for ill

''3.95 Greatly Reduced Finish Limited Supply The Little One


All Sales Final I '_ No Exchanges, or Refunds .. .. ..... ... ... ....... 6 .. )

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1 ._ '_ eO . . . ,. Bradford Doubles 4 S Boy Scout Program Mrs. C. R. Crews, is enjoying a Taxpayers Still
,' : 15 day furlough here with his Get
State Farm Quota Asked Here BrookerBy Dependent Upon parents. He Is stationed in Den A Small DiscountThe

ver, Colo., with an Army hospital
Children's Home Funds Raised Here
Ily 1\lnt. Bryan Wnltfleld For Mrs T. W. Markey last opportunity I0.. <, i

. .. . Marcus C. Fagg president of . ,. . e Seeking a goal of at least $3- unit.Miss Idell Durban has returned tax-payers to receive privi OM! !.

BRIDGE CLUB MEETING: the Children's Home Society of (".-T. A. MEETING 600 to carry on theBoy Scout home and Is pack In school after of a discount In settling JI
I tht
When Mrs. H. M. Rlchardeentertained Jacksonville, has expressed appreciation The Brooker Junior High School work in Bradford and the other spending several days in Jackson 1946 bill with Bradforr, cw!|

MARKET the State Farm Bridge to the people of Brad- Parent-Teachers Association did Bounties; comprising the New- ville undergoing treatment, for a will be terminated February I

CIt b at her home Thursday aft- ford County for more than doubling not meet Tuesday as previously Suwanee. River District of the broken arm. ''I A month's one percent dlscour 11
ernoon of last week she captured the local quota asked for the anounced due to a conflict. The North Florida Council, those Interested Mrs. E:: W. Ayers spent the schedule win go into effect

225 SOUTH WALNUT a lovely color effect by arrangements support of this charity. Association will meet Instead on in the. movement will weekend at her home in Long- morrow,, February 1 .,h,,

of calendula and nasturtium Mr. Fagg announced t bint a totalof Wednesday, February &S, at 3:15: : launch a campaign here on Feb- wood. during'January were mlnu/a S
Meats Groceries in varying shades of yellow. 215.89: in cash and $15 in supplies o'clock p. mAll patrons, officers ruary 7. John R. Slade of'Iake Mr. and Mrs. H. B. CrosbY'and percent discount. ""

The twelve members of the club was contributed from this parents, and teachers-are i City Is chairman of the finance daughters, Betty and Elaine, of Those who fail to pay

Produce were present and Mrs. L. F. county In 1946.' The annual 'quotais urged to attend to discuss new committee In charge of the drive. Brooker, spent Sunday here as taxes will be classified%! as cOlin deik] .

Chapman held high contract sCOre $100. developments. Splendid progress has been guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. quents after April 1.

: PHONE 159 and received a boudoir cape, Mrs. Communities contributing were: BROOKER GAOERS* 1VIN made during the past year, aided Futch.
J. R. Kite was awarded stem- Starke $160.69; Lawtey $1T; The Brooker Junior High School by: the intensive activities of T. Mr. and Mrs. H.-C. Wainwright TailorMadeSEATCOVERS
ware coasters as second high prize Brooker, $14.20; Hampton $14; basketball A. Rowand HI of Live Oak, Field and children, Patsey and Clyde,

PET OR BORDENS while Mrs. J. C. Wallace as holder i Graham $10.New. the La quintet Crosse, was school victoriousover cagers Executive. This district'' is not spent the weekend in Bartow ;

of the lucky card' in bingo won! self-supporting for" this reason visiting Mrs. Wainwright'a par-
.' .1 .' S .' last Friday afternoon. A return
: M. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Star-
Mrs. A. ents
soap. Assisted by special effort win be made to ;
I match has scheduled for
:1'MILK Rlcharde; the hostess served apple RiverBy February t. raise the quota: asked. Last year' ling.Mra
pie with coffee at the end of the these counties were' allowed $3- Velma' Biggs of Barber-

,I games. The School RECENT BRIDE HONORED 650 from the Phillips Fund forthe villa was a guest Sunday: of Mrs.

A" 3 Tall or 6 Small Mrs. Howard Douglass, a recent Field Executive's salary,and Mae WeUs.Building.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns and . e . .
bride, was honored with, a mis- expenses and $3,000 for administrative -
Claude, Jr., and Kenneth,
sons, The Rev. Fred Dodd of Key cellaneous shower given In the assistance from' Council Permits'
Belle Glade were overnight
stone Heights conducted the even- Community Hall Thursday afternoon headquarters In Jacksonville, a
39CBisquick of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
guests Ing services at Long Bridge Christian of last week. Mrs. O. B. :total of $6,650: while these cOun- Mrs. J: M. Mitchell' for re- _.
Dugger Sunday. I Church Sunday night. Evan Colson, Mrs. Eldon Hardy, Mrs. ties gave $2,500.. modelling garage into two-room AH Worl -Guaranteed

Miss Pauline Brannen spent with Sat- gelist Miller, who is conducting a Eugene Long, Mrs. Resale Colson The Phillips' Fund will not be garage apartment. $400. WARD SEAT
urday night and Sunday revival in the church each night and Mrs. R. E. Hazen the
Delores Dekle In Lake Butler I were- available this year, so that $3- Ben F. Hall, contractor, for one-
presided over the Sunday morn- hostesses at this COVER CO.
lovely, party 650: previously received from this story concrete block structure

Mrs. Effie Johns returned Friday Ing service. The Han was beautifully dec- source will not be available. $3- cor. Thompson and Madison. Part GAY'S SERVICE STATION

from Belle Glade where she Mrs. A. A. Sweat and small orated with camellias, nasturtium, 900 additional is necessary from of Shadyrest Hospital construction. Phone 10 Court' Madison I
had been visiting Mr. and Mra daughter, Alfredla, of Ralford and azaleas.. Council headquarters, 'a total of $8000. sti
t Large 43c Claude Johns for several weeks. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Games were enjoyed, and Mrs.J. $7,650. The District Is'asked to -
40 Mrs. n... is.. Stahl of Dana.. Indiana Nettles Monday. T. Sowella and Mrs. Cl: J. raise $3,600' toward this total,
arrived Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. 'M. F. Wiggins Strickland won prizes. The hon- Two years ago the number, of I Southern Lumber Company10th

Oz.Palmolive Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turner fora of New River, Mr. and Mrs. Chil- oree received many /beautiful troops and packs' in the Districtwas St. Two Blocks East of Depot
and children of Starke and gifts as mementoes of the occa/ .
week before making a trip to rey 14, there were 315 boys in
Cuba and Nassau with friends Mrs. Rosa Plnholster, of Brooker, sion.The Scouting and'there were' 80"men Starke; Fla.ROUGH'and'DRESSED.

from Jacksonville. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. hostesses served a delicious In Scouting.' After' 21'months of LUMBER

Regular''' 1 ICc Rev. end Mrs. William Stroup Rudolph 'Andrews at their home. chicken salad course with coffee the services" of'.' paid executive
. .
SizeEach and son, Billy, of Willlamsport, on Earlton Lake. I to1' the fifty ladles present and there are 30 troops and packs Instead .. 'Logs' Purchased: at the' Mill
Pa., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Williamsof I out-of-town guests Included Mrs. of 14,"611 boys.in"Scoutingand -
P. S. Crews last Wednesday and Apopka were guests of Mr. Tatum Norris, Mrs. $;,.J. Strick- 214'men instead'of 80. or' 'Stumpage''Bought

Fresh i Ib I again Saturday. Rev. Stroup con- and Mrs. S. L. Crews Thursday land, Mrs. J.: T. Sowells, and Mrs. Bradford) County has had an

:ducted the revival at the Starke afternoon of last week. Henry Sowells of La Crosse,-Mrs. active part In the progress-of'the .
15cNo. 'Christian) Church. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and Resale Colson and Mrs. E.' :M. Boy Scout movement and leaders r II. V 4 4.

Tomatoes I' Friends sympathize' with, Mrs., children were dinner guests of Long of Starke, Mrs. M. F. Wiggins expect a ready response at the -

I J., C. Williams In-the recent death Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cowen SundayIn and Mrs. Chester Andrewsof all for financial support to carryit .. Complete t(! Service
of'' her ,,sister, Mrs Andrews, of Gainesville. New River. forward on a big scale this -

l White Tallahassee. : Mr, and Mrs. Wilbert Mann of Mr. and Mrs. R. F, Gano and year. I : =-, Looks,Ife'lt's going lobel

Mr. and Mrs. M.. E. Crlner and: Ocala were guests of'Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ovid I R. Gano and =. a long time yet before

Mrs Martin Griner were In St. Mrs. H. L. Johns here Sunday.Mr. son, Ray attended the funeral of' .' .. .' .' . I : n .- x many' of us get that new
PotatoeslO'lbs. visit their
Augustine 'Sunday to of and Mrs. Johnny Andrews Mrs./A. R. Gano In Clermont Sun car we've been waiting for.
kinsman Palatka, who- is in Flagler Hospital of Lake Butler were visitors of day.Mr. LA WHY:, Therefore,, ,it's more im
following a serious eye In- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns Sunday. and' Mrs Mel Vlckey madea Certified' ,portant than ever'to let us
35c and E. Crews and business to Gainesville Sat By The School ,
jury. Mr. Mrs. q. trip . . .. keep your old car in A-l
Mrs. W.. E. Fillyaw and son, daughter, Carolyn, a t tended urday. I Lubrication condition.
church services at Long Bridge Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville '
Tommy, of Lake Butler' spent 8TH GRADE ENTERTAINS
25 Ibs. 85cMEATS Church Sunday night. was the guest of her parents -i
a Sunday night and Monday with 9TII GRADE Washing Polishing Waxing
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green,
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young. Mrs.T. Friday night of last week the STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
In Jacksonville Sat- over the weekend;
-T, FUlyaw returned to Lake family were students of Lawtey Junior High
Butler with Mrs.- Fillyaw, Jr., urday. Mrs. R. K. Dukes and children School's eighth grade entertained -
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews and of'Dukes spent Sunday here with L. B. Alvarez Service'Station
for ,a week's stay. the ninth grade students witha
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Willama their Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis.
party in the school cafeteria
from Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews
guests Apopka, spent '
The[ 41 young people present enjoyed Ave.
Temple at 'Cal.St.
of last week in Gainesville.Mr and daughter, Margiesue, of Jacksonville y : *
games until a late hour and ,
GET,THE and Mrs. Rommle Johns) of were weekend guests of '
refreshments were welners, cakes
i SPEEDY StKE'KEtl&FORACD Jacksonville were guests Sunday Mr. and\ Mrs. O. W, Barry.. ,
r and soft drinks. Mrs. L. H. .Hill, 4 3CSSTLANTIC
U f '' afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mrs::, Vernon Edwards has returned t
the eighth1 grade teacher, was
,home after spending a
assisted'by' Mra.' R.' C. Kelly and 1s
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wiggins while In South Florida with, hereon YOU'7tD '
{ INDIGESTIONCarter's Miss Ellthe Collins In chaperonIng s HAYS
4f'' (If Jacksonville were guests of Mr. Seeber. : ;
and caring for the
young peo
and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins recently.Mrs. O. W. ,Barry is on the sick list
1 pIe. '
Flora Yarbrough clebratedher at1' this writing, but he is improv t.

Beef Shoulder 1b I 88th birthday anniversary ing., H.: C. Crews, son of Mr. and y
/ t Sunday at the residence of Mrs. Mr. and, Mrs. Herman Harrell IEi D EEA.
Ida Moody, and friends and relatives o$' Santa Fe were visiting O. W. writing.*
1 Steaks.39: brought a lovely dinner. Barry Sunday night. Mrs. W; E. Green and Mrs.

Mrs. Minnie Johns and children Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeyand Ralph Gainey' of Boatdraln were
StoreN John Green Mr. visiting Mrs. Emma Grover Mon- ,
Drug spent the weekend with Mr. and were visiting r 1 R/
Brisket lbi
Mrs. N. A. Conner In Midway. and Mrs.: Earl Gellmann in Jack- ,day.
Whet It II that makes than
Relatives amI friends'' here are sonville Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Ernest Allen'was visiting Otta9w"
I Mrs Odell Jones Monday, io> good? Extra age-*
welcoming Ernest Saven-
Stew .29"A" warmly
-' E w- dar home after a year and a half . . . I' Miss Catherine'Gainey of Boat- +'',i: Sp'edal'brewtnq--Gem Old Tim. dp00aloe ptEEaN
drain was the guest of the D. D. grain,hop
In the Army. Bethel 1 + and malt-Light golden ,, ,
Grade Sliced 1b I Pi il.lowCases Mrs. Julia Starbard and daughter : Woodard family Saturday afternoon F color I Try' them toddy '

of Homestead, were visiting ; '
By''M.: E. W.Alien 'aadifO what you think t n
here Saturday.Mr. .' . . um
Bacon.65 and Mrs. Jay Moody were 1
visiting Mr. and Mrs.'C. F. Turnerin Mrs. Ruth Fitzwater and daughters '

Crystal River Sunday.Theressa. Jean and Marlyn, of Brown-
Skinless lbi ton W. Va., arrived for '
Sunday a
1 e . e visit here gyp't t .0--'
with her mother Mrs.
D. D. \VoOdard.Mr. Su.'
Weiners .39 65c each -..-
i and Mrs. Albert, Glisson .

2 for $1.00LIMIT By Eva Mae Trlest and Mrs Jlmmie Woodard at- ,snap ttsw.dP JTt.xN

Fresh FloridaPORK ( )' e .. . . tended the funeral of John Hig-
genbottom In St. Augustine Sun- Iwi,1gHollywood

Mrs. S.f\V. Griffith and"chil- day.Gene 0- "' .
NICK'S dren left last Saturday for Miami Finley+ and, Billy Finleyof ,

where Mr,: Griffith is employed.Mr. Jacksonville were overnight
I ,BARGAIN HOUSE and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. ,

BIG HAMSSHOULDERS daughter. Ruth, and Carlle Mae W o'dard Saturd y. 1
SIDES' toll, Grace Dickinson and Eva Mrs. J. M Allen and children ,
Mae Trlest attended the basketball are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. a.

BACKBONELb. game; In .Starke Friday night. St. John in Olustee this week.
; Mrs. C. A. Beck and her brother, Mrs. J. C. Smith and childrenare Camera, /'

39c POt' Kinney Thomas and Mr. Buck- guests of Mrs. ,Smith's par- .'
hart were In Starke Friday on ents in Perry. and Gift ShopCALL }IBrespoiSiiility.
J business. Mrs. Joe Griffin is visiting the
PIG HEADS Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall and bedside of her mother. Mrs. Os-

family spent last Sunday in wood Kersey, who Is 111 at this ;, .
a Lb lOc Jalnesvllle as guests of Mr. and

Mrs. Merle Packham.
+ Truman Dickinson and Miss Ida

Lb. 45c Hagan made a business trip to
Jacksonville Thursday of last RADIO' \

1 Best Grade week.Mrs.. S. E. Trlest and son. '
( Thomas, attended the funeral of The critical shortage, of wearing apparel !-

i' her sister, Mrs. J. G. Lewis, in 'REPAIRED$2' is still with 'us. 'That's why

WHITEMEAT Ere Douglas, Ga.. last Friday. it's wise to preserve your precious

Insurance. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelsey of PLUS PARTS wardrobe. Expert dry cleaning gives

Hampton were guests at the your suits and coats that brand new
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Trleat o
look, as well as longer life, becauseof
ModernizedLet Sunday afternoon. our appearance-reviving, use-pro

Newberry Mrs. J. C.were Nipper visiting and family relatives of Phonograph Parts &, Service t longing technique To get double

# POUND us I check here Saturday.Mr. duty from your clothes, put your

and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan clothing in our hands.
''yomr's no-wl were shopping in Starke Saturday. Estimates TubeTetimrFREE!

35c .0 Mr and Mrs. :M. J. Elland of

Charley E. Johns afternoon Hampton were of Mr. and guests Mrs.Sunday S. E. All: \Work GUARANTEED'' 90 Days' I

Agency Trleat and family. PHONE '135
Our community extends Its sym- ROUT.
Pboae IS BTARKE FLA. pathy to the family of Robert 315

FREE DELIVERY Beahler, who died Sunday in Ala- Brown's Radio ServiceRear GREEN, 91etu'il _ui TempleAve.

225 SOUTH WALNUT t e" chua Hospital, Gainesville.

Olson Building ,... Everyone Is urged to attend er- Owner .. .
vices Sunday at the Baptist Bus Station Temple Ave & 10th, Street ,
R.or.wntlna THE
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ie Russell Stars "Can't Help Singing," Is described *Never Say Goodbye' Christian Home" la continuing Its for another year. lie extends a win, with faster action than I j I j''

'The Outlaw" as a melodious delight, with Offers Plot 'Church News study on Wednesday at 6:30: at hearty welcome to the entire have ever seen. Although Green I ,
the popular coloratura offering Bright the church and Is being taught by world. Cove was trailing until they call-
Park Next 'Week several of Kern's loveliest songs At Florida'Theatre' the Pastor. ed in Smokey Joe, who really f'

of varied appeal is in a gay romance which offers Evangelist Mid-Week prayer service, the Well, I'll say about 300 saw was a masterpiece. He came in '\ .1"1 I
program Robert Paige in the supporting Two outstanding, offerings In King Sweetest Hour of the Week Is the gpllls and enjoyed the thrills with the goal on his mind. The I I
d for next week at the Park lead., Other favorites cast In the the realm of comedy and romanceare Will Begin Series offering enlightening information of our Tigers and Tlgerettes. The Green Cove boys had longer experience <, \\
ire,, with a technlcolored picture include the distinguished featured in next week's pro- in a series of talks By Baptist I Tlgerettea took no chances from than the. Tigers, and !, Z;
Ion of the ,Jerome Kern"Can't character actor, Akim Tamiroff, gram at the Florida Theater. AtHampton ChurchLloyd Distinctive beginning:. All the girls were won by a score of 12-25. Coach L'' '

Ul, Help Singing," June Vincent and David Bruce. "Never Say Goodbye," to be L. (Uncle Rex) King, one The weekly Bible Study Class, In perfect condition. They down- Dubols shows his sportsmanship r','
Durbin, opening "The Outlaw" was occasionedwide shown Sunday and Monday (Feb- Of the South's leading evangelists held on ,Thursday at 7:00: has ed the Green Cove team' 613.: The by saying we will play them i I'1
[fig Deanna publicity on its recent release ruary 2-3)), is a bright and shining and a former resident of Starke, just begun an interesting studyof Tigers put up a mighty fight to,again ,soon \:
nday and continuing through the colorful story of an estranged couple still the Old Testament This class I'
by producer- will begin a series of revival
services -
Bay (February 2-3), The aviator, Howard Hughes, and rewarded very much in love, but whose efforts at the Hampton Baptist offers opportunity for open discussion I t "

ly emotional melodrama, Miss Russell, a relative .to effect reconciliation are Church. Monday night, Feb. 2, of the material being ,
Outlaw" Introducing Jane newcomer, with a large following continually thwarted by the embarrassing at 7:30: p. m. Services will continue studied and has proved: to be a H EA-.R., \ I .

ll, will be presented on among screen fandom. The film reappearance of the each ,evening at the same successful training class for 'I
day through Thursday (Feb- has been acclaimed as one of the husband's girl friend. hour through Feb. 9. teachers, leaders and others who. ELDER E. N.
4-8)). Immediate box-office successes,of Errol Flynn is the star of the Of especial interest to young; are Interested.
picture cast In the -role of Missionary In Louisiana) J
anna Durbln'a new vehicle, the season. people is the "Adventure Story' .A welcome Is extended to ,all
the gadabout husband whose escapades Club" which will be held each who will attend these services and x ii':
widen the estrangement, school afternoon at 3 o'clock. classes. THROUGH ;

Let Us lGure Your Meat The gives Eleanor prominent an Parker engaging part is performance.the by ex-wife.Patti baptized Evangelist, and King ordained was converted to the, Presbyterian Church Woodlawn Missionary Baptist Church ,'il r 1; '.

the Innocent I ministry in Florida upon his return ((3 :Mile West of Lawtey) I
Brady as seven-year-old : from serving in World 'WarI Sunday morning at 11 o'clockIn )i
.Plain 'Salt Cure of the separation, provides with the Canadian Field Artll the First Presbyterian Church ,
7:30 :
additional P.M. ,'
lery. Aa 'former newspapermanand the Rev J. Warren Kaufman will ,,
Sugar Cure for the younger generation. soldier, he draws ,from these preach on the question: "What Is *
.or. Merry mayhem and riotous ,former activities many interestingand Right With the World?" Missionary Landry was for ,28 1-2 years a .
romance are the keynotes of "ItShouldn't Roman Catholic Monk of ,the Benedictine
Happen to .,a Dog,'" dramatic Bible truths. He Many people are asking "WhatIs Order. Such questions as these: Who made i
We also lockers, to,put your holds about 22 revivals a year: wrong with the World T" however -
which opens Friday, continuing Purgatory? Why is the Roman Catholic chang
each third going to Central
year Dr. Kaufman win! to
meat In after;it is cured and smoked through Saturday (February 7- America,, to preach. find an answer to "what Js try right ing the. list of ,Topes? 'Whytwomcn+ ,confess p\ j';'

I 8)). The lively farce stars Carol ,Evangelist King Is author of a with the World" in a sermon of .Jo bachelor priests? ,Together with many ;:;' t
.. ... Landis, lAllyn Joslyn and a tal- book on the life of Christ and his appreciation for all the forces other kindred questions will be answered from : ''l

ented Doberman Pinscher who" sermons are unusual in that.he that make for righteousness to- ,night ,to,niffht. Elder ,Landry:has had wide t
answers to the name of "Rodney.knows all makes current events and contemporary day. experiences traveling> ,in,many countries of \,' {
newshound who
a '
STARKE ICE; ;.COMPANY history ,speak for the Special music will be rendered Europe and .Asia. e
the angles,Joslyn meets up witha /
by a choir of ladles.
Mlaa Landis and the Bible.Wilbur young II IIIt I
result lady, cop as described( by )one critic, A.. Scott pastor of the Visitors are always welcome. The il'ublicIsInvited To ,The e Services' !+I:
Baptist Church, extendsa
Phone.12 Starke, Fla. Hampton } !
is "ninety minutes of rib-tickling "
cordial Invitation to the publicto r
I entertainment. attend these services. 'NEWS ABOUTCOLORED.PEOPL
Joslyn is at his funniest as a
newspaper reporter on the trail '
I Methodist Revival REVIVALLloyd
I of a black marketeer who, In the /iil
course of his chase, becomes Involved Attracting Large
Sunday was another high day /
[DRAKE SIGN.SERVICE with a woman whose soft
arms represent those of the law. Crowds Every Night at New Bethel Baptist Church,

Miss Lands! as the object of beginning with Sunday School un-
"SIGNS OF ALL KINDS" Crowds are filling the Meth- .
Joslyn's affections, gives an expert der the leadership of Deacon S,
odist Church each evening at 7:30 ,
: I
perfectly tuned to Uanker[ on. The review was by
o'clock' to hear Evangelist II. E. Rev. J, P. Franklin and also tak- ,
the film's merriment.
NE ) 'N -
C Johnson who is conducting a two- ing part was Rev. Survlne, the f \
weeks' revival here.
meeting I
young evangelist, who preachedat
'SPRAY PAINTING Farm Bureau AddsNew.Members One of the most unusual preachers 11:30: The No. 1 Choir rendered I.
Daily; ever heard in Starke, Evangelist music and the pastor gavea r
Johnson presents a varied,. soul-stirring sermon. All hearts 1
AUTOS .&.REFRIGERATORS Negro 'Units *Meet type of service in which music. were made to feel 'glad sga ,I "

poetry, the Bible, and prayer are Sunday night Choir No.1 rendered ?
Serving .Northeast .Florida Members of the Bradford Farm all combined to give the congregation a glorious song service and prl
,Bureau received adburance! at lastFriday's :
a thrilling religious ex- the pastor Rev. A. VIanon, Introduced -
PHONE 70 P. O. BOX 424 meeting that buyers of perience.A Rev. Franklin, who

strawberries for the northern versatile speaker and musi- came forward and introdced, Rev
STARKE market will remain here as longas cian, Mr. Johnson sings in a rich Survlne, who delivered another :

.. there are enough berries to be baritone voice, and plays the soul-stirring: sermon. The result .. I
Jo sold.. M.irlmba, as well as several other was that three came Into the rl'
At the well-attended session musical instruments He Is church, one for baptism. Ser 1, t
Mrs Hazel Simmons was appointed assisted in his services by Miss ,vices are good at all the churches
assistant secretary. W. M. Ed- Roberta Hall, talented pianist. and In the city Please attend one .I
wards, secretary-treasurer for the children's worker. every Sunday Mt. Moriah Rny
? ftIAMI.
'tr s I e prganlzatlon was bonded .for .$10- In addition to the evening service H. J. Blunt pastors Allen Chapel, ] I
000. Insurance in the amount of at'7:30: Evangelist' Johnson lev. D. 'P, Mack"'pastor.; New my "
$:JOOO was ordered for the Bur presents a morning service/at,10 Bethel, 'Rev. A, Vinson pastor .
r: eau's cup, crate, and hamper ma- o'clock during which the historyof You are always welcome. "< ..
terial. An order .was placed /or the old, familiar, hymns is discussed UncleRex"King, Evangelist, at '
a carload of Nacoi fertilizer. in a most entertaining Mt. Calvary Baptist Church '1
Steady growth of the farmers' manner He and Miss Hall also' held a successful League Congress :HAMPTON BAPTISTCHURCH :

county-wide organization was Indicated met with the young people, and Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. >A !l'I
I'' with new enrollments reported presented a program at a special fine program was v enjoyed and FEBRUARY 2 THRU 9, 'SERVICES 'i h
dally. Approximately ten assembly In the school Tuesday all officers were re-elected for *." ) t
new members were added within morning. another year: Qeo. H. Little, ,7:30 p..m.rEACH NIGHT''' i:1::
the past week. The Rev. W. J. Churchwell. presIdent; Marzle Barnes, vice Story '.I
The regular meeting will be pastor of the church, extends a president; Willlhemenla Rogers, "Adventure Club" each school day at 3 p. m. t' .
RU81N0rPLaYS held tonight at 7:30: in the court- cordial Invitation to the publicto secretary; Mrs. Maybella E. Roberts for young people i
house. come and enjoy these inspiring musician; Rev. E. T, Soyer, COME! W. A. Scott Pastor hiIt's {
: 1 services. uperlntendent. Total collection tf I
More than 60 members have 4676. The next meeting will be.at I
been enrolled in Negro auxiliary At The Tabernacle Mount Moriah Methodist
4 .,,LMP. units of the Bradford Farm Bu- Church on the fourth Sunday In >U:
The Talk f The Town!
eau according to an announce- The fires of revival burn brightly February.. of '
PRESS w'"N ment of officials. County-wide at the Tabernacle during the
RAVES: r # w' meetings will henceforth be heldon week Just past. Souls were laved Members and friends of .Allen ;; ,
the first Thursday night of and several reconsecrated their Chapel congregation congratulate REVIVAL I MEETING J;
r each month at the Reno school. lives to Christian living and ser. Rev. D. P. Mack who laboredto '
first organized on make Allen Chapel one of the
The vice.
{fro :Presented 'In Concert January groups IS, have elected Johnnie I Evangelist Bert Turner, of Detroit leading churches of the city. Rev. STARKE METHODIST ,CHURCH f! !

Club Diggs, of Starke, as president, Mich., brought soulsearchIng Mack had a successful year, per : !
'By: The: Starke Rotary: and .George Goodwlne secre messages each night climax- haps the greatest the church Rev. Mack has hada NOW IN PROGRESS. -THROUGH NEXT WEEK. .'iff 1
M--: tary-treasurer. E. W. Strong was Ing the series with the final mes-
Friday ,Feb,21\2:30and 815P. month's vacation but Is now ,
\ named director of the Lawtey saga Sunday night. At the close
FLORIDA THEATRE ;= STARKE area and Rev. H. T. Thomas director of the meeting the Inquiry Room back to occupy ,the high. chair ,,10 A. M. Two Services Daily 7:30 P. M. ; ': :'
for, Starke. was filled with those seeking lal- I
Tickets on Sale Chamber of Commerce OfficeIT'S vatlon and earnest workers. A -_ tlVA\ l>...Pii ...wF .

City Pushes DriveTo previous appointment in St. Pet- ,
ersburg, prevented a needed continuance r l lw ;
Collect Rooming of the meetings. I

House Licenses Rev. Turner was a guest speaker -
at the Saturday night Youth '. '
A Collection of city licenses on Meeting which was presided over REj :' :.
apartment and rooming houses by Miss, Isabelle Parker. ; I
1T was proceeding this week, accord Dr. E. O. Zorn of Cicero Ill., 1 R10101' } 4J 1 1I ,
ing to the schedule recently auth- will be a guest speaker at the i
orized by the City Council.' Own- meeting Saturday evening. February \ t ;
ers will pay a minimum of $:J for 1, and all young peopleare I / FOLKS I .1.. ,,
4 houses of two rooms'to ten, Inclusive Invited to hear this outstanding A )'outh'.. miMtache wan the pioneer ,, ,0\c I
i and 50c per room for all Biblo'Teacher.
p of the Installment plan-* xF dI
additional rooms above ten. The following Friday, February t
a little down and then a little n t toil
The $5 fee was Incorrectly statedto 7, William H. Richie, of the more each week.A ;,
be the maximum payment for Scripture Gift Mission,. will be a
such licenses in the reportof last guest of the Tabernacle bringing Yankee farmer, after 7 year S
week's Council meeting.In pictures of his missionary work. of effort on.his stony New England / ,;
enforcing the ordinance.. City Many will remember Mr. Richie's farm, announced to all
'; officials will be making collectionsdue visit last' ear' and his coming Is and sundry, "Anyhow, I'm hold-
since last October 1. Dead anticipated with much' pleasure In' my own. I didn't have noth-
9 ;' rfaI line for payments) February 15.: In' whrn I com here, and I

I Baptist- ChurchThe In't got nothing now." -: jJ

Sunday School of the Bap- Itoxert "Have I done Um & 7damseT" ,Rev. iR. E. ,Johnson Roberta Hall

E XP, .:E ,R T'' tist Church meets at 9:45: for the Hrcoiiil: "No, but keep swingIng. Evangelist Childrens WorkerYou
of "Jesus, the Giver of
Life", another lesson in the Life CAI.f.. The" draft might give hima May Not Agree With What lIe Says,
A Friendly ChatMake of Christ taken from the Gospel
Hut You Must Admire His Courage In
of J'ohn.The And speaking of cold, I'4"lIIrm"
a special luncheon date with your Pastor, Rev. L D. Haines ber that win car owners bring Saying It!
friends and meet here. Whether for will bring the message at the 11 their caw hr for the kind of
in and .. o'clock ,worship hour. lubrication that
holidays or for any day come 7P gas, oil, and t
who en- Beginning the Theme for Feb- makf* winter driving a pleasure. -
join the satisfied patrons: 8
many food in an atmosphere of ruary: The Pageant of Creation, Drive your ear In lay.GUU' He Inspires you ,losing the old Iymnsllke
joy delicious Training Unions meet at 6:15: : for
charm and cheer. For good food 'with SERVICEChas.C. the discussion of "God Created OIL l'flODUCTSWashing. you never sang before. Hear him play the

good friends, stop in today.HILL'S Energy." Polishing Marimba and enjoy his rich baritone solos.
The Pastor Is bringing a series Greasing
of messages entitled "Great Riv A

SHOP ShepherdAt en' of Scripture" at the evening Temple & Lake Come and Assist Join the Choir i iRev.
COFFEE worship service.- This, ''the Happy

Gay's Service Station Hour, brings an evangelistic men Service Station W. J. Churchwell, Pastor ., + '
151 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. sage and songs and choruses you Phone 179
love to sing.i

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. e proving at the Alachua County pie attended the Salvation Army Aa Clerk of aalit'' Court. Hope. West. Vlrnlnla./ In*, Jacksonville, Florida. You are required to appear on r'l J ,

Hospital In Gainesville where he services at Crystal Lake last T.My Frank Lucille I.andrum C.'Conner.' Starke D. C. Fla. You are required to appear on Atty. for Plf. 1.10 4t 1-31 February 10. 1947, In the above I "
[mpton was admitted last week when Sunday when :Major Ernest Pickering Atty. for Plf. l-io 4t 1-31 I February 10, 1947 In the above named court and C"ause. wherein !L i
crlttlcally 111. and other Salvation Army named court and cause, wherein IV: CIRCUIT COURT, llll.tpFOHDCOUNTY. : plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford "
M. C. MwewusyJUNCTL IJT CIRCUIT COil liT. ORAUFOIID I plaintiff$ seeks divorce. Bradford : FLOHIIIAl I.V CHAN.CKUY. County Telegraph shall publish this "I
Ray Morgan of Jacksonville Is officials from Jacksonville, gave COUNTY. FLOItlI,l| IN CHAN.CKUY. : County Telegraph shall publish this Order In next, four. weekly IsaueK.Witness 'I
spending two weeks with his Interesting addresses. Emma Kathryn McBride 'Vllllan,... Order In next, four weekly Issues, Ruth Moran Plaintiff! va. Wallace my hand and official j ,:'j
MEETS IMalntlPT, va. Howard Otis Williams, wltnenH my hand and of tiel....* Jewett Moran Defendant. Case No, seal at Htarke Florida this Jan I
ales Council of the grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Dan Defendant. Case No. 314.. eat at Htarke. Florida, this January S3JO. uary: 6. 1947.OFFICIAL i ;
IN Tin ("UU''IT cot: BRAII
Christian Church met NOTICE TO APPEAR PEAL) A. 3. Thomas, NOTICE TO APPEAR Aa Clerk of said Court,
of last week at the Morgan formerly of Hampton FORD: toi'vrr.'. FLtmiuAi itn : STATE OF FLORIDA to: Howard An Clerk of said Court. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wat- Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
celebrated his fifth birthday anniversary : Otis Williams, whose residence. and By Lu..IU.C. (:Conner D. C. lace Jewett Moran, whose real D. 11:, Knight, Starke, Fla !1..1
s. Gerald Adkins. At- on January 21 with a RE ORDER: ADOPTION OF PUBLICATION OF MINOR I address. Rout 1. Box: 176 _Mt. iii, John Nelson. K04 Lynch Build- dear and address. la) unknown. Atty. for Pit 1-10 4t 1-31 tJ
vas good and the pro- ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR
appropriate the New small party with his cousins as STATE OF FLOHIDA to: Mary
guests. Alken. who. poHtoffloe. address and I ;'
solutions for future ruBltlenca. address la Oero'a Tav
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Mrs. J. C. Wynn spent several 1 1I
fcrk were discussed and ern IMnttaliurir, N. Y. I'
days In Dade City aa the guestof Pearlia and Levy W. Green, Petitioners I ,
and many Interesting have filed their Petition r rI
besslve Ideas were ad- an aunt. In the above Court their Intentloto J .1
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Ft. 1 legally adopt your eon, Perry I ,I,
K Lauderdale and George W. Saxonof Joe Alkan a minor. 'f! :,
You are required to appear nn
|teas assisted by her Pompano 'were visitors here the 11th day of February A. D, .l' 'I
Helen and Louise last week. 11)47 and show cause If there be ..
I any that you have, why an Order "
delicious lIalI
; guests a Mrs. :r.- Cole and daughter Jim- ot Adoption nhoulil not b enteredto
_ wlth lemon meringue the Petitioners.I"radtord .
mie Clay spent the weekend with County Telegraph IIhall
jt chocolate. relatives at, Wray, Ga, publish weekly. issues this Order thereof In, the four next publlcatlonn four. i: if

PRAYER MEETINGS A movie treat for the schoolchildren only being: required.
WltneBM hand and official. .
prayer meetings for the took place last Friday i In seal at Htarke my, Florida this 11th i
viva at the Hampton the school auditorium when the day of January A. D. 1947. I I"" II
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(Church will continue Florida Power and Light Com- aa Clerk of said Court. YIe.It IIII I I Iieyulu l, ll1 i l "
evlval'begins Februarynext pany presented a Technicolor talk:" Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. ou iauuumlWU INIGNWNInm itsilWill Mloos j ,

meeting will be Ing picture "Reddy Kilowatt" concerning Oreena.Attorney Green for retltlonere.Starke Flo, ; I

home of Mr. and Mrs. the origin of electricity.Mrs. 1-17 4t 2-1 I
February 4. On Feb- Llnnle Seley had as her I I :

the service will be held guest last Friday her daughter IN rmcriT (COCIIT DR"OIl'ORO Pace) e
Biclence of Mr and Mrs. Shirley and her son, Gordon of r('FItY.Mary IITY.. FLORIUAl IV CHAN its Y ,j) j
klns. A cordial invita- Cltra. Other guests were Mrs Manley Homeland Plaintiff. .

tended to all to attend. Alan Mann and daughter Jean VB.. Joseph No. 1338.ORDER C..Hoagland DufemlanCaaa In this age of speed science and industrial skill sometimes take a leaf from the'turtle : I

nine and Harry W Strlcklanc. OF PUBLICATION
WYNN IMPROVING also of Cltra. Mrs. Seley and her : AND NOTICE TO APPEAR a book and slow down to speed things up. "

any. friends throughoutof guests attended the Waldo-Citr C. STATE Homeland OF FLORIDA whose residence to: Joseph.and Recently we did Just that here in the JAX Brewery we spent nearly $150.000 improving ; i
Lacy J. Wynn will basketball in Waldo.( addreaa. la 412 8. Weniel Street. l'''
to hear that, he Is 1m- game LotilHVllle, Kentucky our bottling department by actually slowing down to speed up our production 'I"1
Mrs. Ralph Plersall and children You are required to appear on of JAX. the famous regional Drink of Friendship. "" '
spent last weekend at Vidalia February 17, 1947. In the above
STIPATIONRisky I Ga. named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cause Bradford wherein We have installed many new items of ultra-modern equipment including "Mr. i

In Mrs. Helen Wright is spending Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish laauaa.Wltnena this. Turtle' the name we have given our vast new "cataract" pasteurizer which protects r I

this week in Jacksonville to be my hand and official the quality and purity of fine bottled beer. "Mr. Turtle" moves so slowly that it lakes !i
D COLDSundigested : near her husband J. B. Wright seal at Starke, Florida, this Jan- If'
11 1947. a bottle of JAX nearly 'one hour to travel 52 feet through his highly scientific Innards
who Is 111 at the Riverside Hospital
food becomes :
( 40FFICIAL: HEAD A. J. ThomaaAa ''
re, causes toxins whiche there. Clerk of said Court.Jonciph and be thoroughly pasteurized. But "Mr. Turtle's" capacity is so enormous that :' r

_be body liver and lessening other your vital or-rej Mr., and Mrs. G. C. Cox had as .-. 7 W.K.. For Skipper.-th, St.Wllllama Jnckiionvllle BuildIng despite his leisurely pace, great quantities of JAX Beer move through him daily. ;

colds and other winter Ills I their guests last week Mr. and 2, Fla. Atty. for Plf. l-11.t a'l "Mr. Turtle" is Just one of the many extensive improvements we '; '
ierlng with their treatment. Mrs. O. B. Hicks and sons o'
this chance when you can Waldo and Mrs. Evelyn Hicks IN: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD are making to give! you better service in the months to come. t.

tabs ntly: ?.act Calotabs on every thoroughly foot of and daughter Jean of Gaines COUNTY CERY. FLORIDA IN CHAN. 4fiyt' ; We couldn I improve the quality of lAX which experts acknowledge Ii l llit

tines, sweeping out toxinefactive vUle. George Sulcs. Plaintiff va II ga lit ri ,ear', to be of the highest possible excellence. So we're marching right > t
Defendant Caaa No. 6348.
cu3_ enabling foods you and to Virus-more Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody; Slues ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 1 ahead with improvements to our service.- improvements that could t \

jce r avoid good or old fight Calotabs.a cold.Use Noth-as and family Sunday.were visiting In Jacksonville NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEARSTATl'J to: I1gaSulcn 1" dgpq I G not be made during the 'war. f i i iA

lOo and 25o at all druggists. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Simmons la: Kandava, whose Latvia.residence and address JAX is leading the parade and intends to stay there., Remember I !! "

of Richmond. Va.. Mrs. W. T. You are required to appear on III that when you want a refreshing glass of golden mellow beer and ask "; :

CALOTABSCLEANIMO Saxon Mrs. Mary Lane and daughter February named court 17, and 1947 cause In the, wherein above for JAX every time. Wouldn't you like a cheering glass of JAX Beer t
Mary Beth of Starke, were plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford j
Telegraph shall publish thU : right now? :
visitors of Mrs M. C County '
Issued. r
Order U> next four weekly BEER '
Sweeney. Witness my' hand and official +1"W"ftabt aN
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stringer Real at Starke. Florida, this. Jan i I I II
uary ID, 1947.OFFICIAL
of High Springs spent Monday ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, e 1 I :
t with Mr. ,and Mrs. M. M. Wile Aa Clerk of said Court. 1 / 1 1 1 1 I ,' .
Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. .a'it
llama.- T Frank Lnndrum Starke Fla.
A large number of young peo- Atty. tor I'll. I'll 4t 2-7 I

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T ITS BEST No' o Nrm .OF PUBLICATION"; '. :>" *+5b.:1iI.'r.t,-, 1"'t't; "" 'r ( .( /""" ,f'" '' ;" ,,,, ;,:, (,' {t
AND NOTICE TO APPEARIU.STAXB > ; ,., n' le US"'tCf'Jl"1 f\i 'fI I 1 H''
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Life of Your- Shirley whose OF FLORIDA resldenc. to and: H. address R, '*"" ..........-. --, -- "'rl\. -. '- rl.,,<,,.1.If,,,,,, '_"' ...... ...... .."? ;,.1. ."" '!" ."' ..,'..... ''
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then Depends Indiana. 0 v '. ...f ; I"f '
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You are required to appear on ,t, .. tI't;. .' ( it
The Care They February 17, 1947 In the above > r J' f''
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Receive named plaintiff Court seeks and dlvorne.cause, Bradford wherein ., :. : .t, ,,', ; f:r ,,,\

.1- Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly pnbllllh'lamiee.Witness thlll. h..:','' 'IWE: SERVICE" YOUR, CAR: > :,

Garments Carefully ALL MAKES seal at Starke my hand Florida and thin official Jan. ::1f ; : ... _. : .. .. /, .\,: '
Finished I ,it \ ; !
Hand : *
Work Guaranteed (:;'lFMrRl EAL) A. J.. Thomas, :<:r-( d ,1/,./. 1" .. 't.. t, I
A. Clerk of said Court. vas'r-,, ;, 4 N' "''t,1 '.' ,, f' '\<" .* '*
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Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. :; ,;r
Quick Service.EASTERN T. Frank I.andrum Starke, Fla. '7, '&\ ?'f.4- f; j

AUTO Atty for PIC.-, 1-1T 4t 1-7 ( "i.i: AS< YOU;; : WANT:' ... IT; SERVICED: : (t

iClEANER iv: rmcrrr COURT. BRADFORD ,.. ,* ( rfttff'1 h
SUPPLY "uSTARKE CO I'NTY. FLORIDA IV: CHAM ,, ? .. "r. ,. ,:toli11'_ J. '
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FLA. C. War nacka, plaintiff I Iva. :' 'i"'f". '"..... '" \. ..,.*', ''-'. '"." Y'j : I) ,. ''','. \\Wt" 'J!:M'ti\1/'; ? J t ,
fashlnpton St., Starke i ; > '' ', t ,I'.. .: ,
Mary A. 'Warnecke Defendan"Ca. ; ;r" ; ;B /10 : : -g/ '" 'j,' .# 11. "
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a ORDER OF PUBLICATION ,. "It P .00- ,,, ",. ::. < : ,, ', {," /L'Jfas.Jv! } j A." ,.",:;,, '',f. "v'
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AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ? ", "" ., f' <,, +, ? ", : :
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OF FLORIDA: MaryA. '3, : .tt'f
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EXCELLENCEthe : 'Warnecke whose residence and R' "" '4, 'mlr' .";;your ,

economy of management make up I ta address February You are la 10 unknown.required, 1947, In to the appear above, on tJfi friendship aid:lr'fr.1 wil l!ysr ;'I
of Service which named Court and cause, wherein .
quality .
primary our ,
seeks divorce. Bradford ""' ** '''' '. }
is dedicated to the affairs and needs of County plaintiff Telegraph, shall publish Issues this. l;!##; $1: ,'r'* "'ilJJ: "r)'' ,1f a-6 .: ;.,. ;, To merit. / your l lotting l"enJ.lJp-Io merit your 't'tttt
Order In next four weekly ; '
bereavement Witness my hand and official. : ; ,. ", if;;, lasting goodwill-w operate our s.rv/ca Jbut/nesi 1'!!
Teal. at .Htarke Florida thus January f !
7, 1947.OFFICIAL t. ..;"{ ;: ", In accordance with fbe/> following principles t' r
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( SEAL) A. JThomas / ,
4j.DEWITT Aa Clerk of said Court. { : : : ;- I -- 1 t/y ?,. '.. ? .
Hy Lucille C. Conner P. C. > > y ____ )" .
William D. Morgan, Fifth Floor

AMBULANCE C.: SERVICE JONES Atty.Clarke for Building Plf. _Jacksonville. 1.10 It 1J1iv Fla. 4 OUR SERVICE PLEDGE

Funeral Director I : ':"f:llr.'met STY'IT FLORIUtl COURT nn IV.\nponnTOI CHAN :; :i

STARKB PHONE TOur Janet RosenbergPlaintiff.. va '
Herbert Rosenberg, Defendant.
several we have realized that all '
years It.l'for
local funeral home enables us to > PUBLICATION I ( ':;
automotive service (including our own) has not -
offer conveniences and services not 4. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Herbert been of the caliber which you as a customer We will accurately, diagnose-to the best of our ability-therepairs yi' .

otherwise available. address Rosenberg. la:, Unknown.You whose .residenceand or we as a dealer have desired due primarily needed on your car. If you request It, we will give you In t

are required to appear onFebruary to shortages of manpower and materialsadvance our analysis of the work to be done. P. f :-
j furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices at1| 10, 1947, In the above .,
named Court and cause, wherein a situation over which we have had no control. .
PPt ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY COM plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford : :
this We will write up your order clearly/ / ; completely and legibly and 1n
Telegraph shall publish ;
Y.'as payment In. part or in full' on a funeral. Consultation County / ,. Today, however, with more experienced ,, "J
OrdWItneseemy'hand official authorization to do the work before <
secure starting.We
tea no obligation. mechanics our organization and with service your 9' ,. 'I
seal at Starke Florida this Jan. (" r r
available than
narr 9, 1947.OFFICIAL parts becoming more readily to '
([ SEAL) A. J. Thomas, they have been for years, we want you to will notify you In advance of any additional work we think < ,iH.'j'f1 I :.

know that our car service is rapidly getting should be done, and secure your approval before proceeding. a'5 ';'!r

back to normal, and as conditions continueto .' ;!,
1 YOUR FRIENDS t III Improve you may expect 1o receive from ."We will perform all the work on your car as efficiently and as t, ) ); .)'.1
the fine service thai you have been It
us same 'UI
Gr. economically as possible. We will replace I only those ports which in tj'
accustomed to receiving" in previous
lf years.
AT THE \" our judgment need replacing. ,, \, .
W. of the Chevrolet service organization :I

TAVERN want you to know that we value your .*rvicebviintn We will road-t.ef your car after the work Is done and before we I '.I t
BLUE to the fulUtt degree and that we !r 1.11 !
J return the car to you, I If the' nature of the work requires it. 1 J""
are determined to give you such sound and ,! I 1
Home-Cooked satisfying service that you will want to be Ii '
N Good Meals START THE BALL our customer for o /long time to comel We will endeavor to have your car ready on time. If the work '! h.) ;t;i

ROLLING TO IIEALTII takes longer than we estimate, we will advise you as far in advance r ; ,j jI
Steaks Chicken Sea Food BY BOWLING I as possible. <' ".., ",,..
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Plate Lunches 1 '_ W. will provide I you with an itemized bill showing exactly what 1f f :\- (.(M ,

OUR ALLEYS ARE : work was done and exactly what H cost. We will gladly explain any li.t4VI', '

Sandwiches Beer Soft Drinks SMOOTH AS GLASS Item or Items that are not dear to you. ;' '

Com In'aJai'and at regular Interval .4. ;' ,
OPEN FROM 10 A.M. TO, 11 P. 1\1. I I Skilled mechanics-modem tool/ and equIp- ( 1:I'' t',
Business m"nf-quality parts and materials/ / all ;.*
Everybody Welcome Your STARKE.Bowling 'adding up to service that you'll call superior ; t!, 'I!

Appreciated In all/ woytf 'j jI jt \


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\ 1'1 ing and everyone wishes him a Sampson City ".lNr.._ .
;" ,' Graham speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Elam night.Lewis of uary seat at 11, Starke 1947. Florida, this :Ian. AND NOTICE] TO APPEAR February 24th, -=-.-.

I Lonnie Melton and Eugene Mel Starke were visiting In this section Aa(OFFICIAL Citric of, SEAL) A.I. Thomas, STATE OF FLORIDA to I James I named court and 147.cause In ,the wherein above tarp 22. 1647.OFFICIAL .
:j i ton, of Wafdo H 0., said Court. Harry Nelson, whose residence Is! plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ( SEAL
By Mrs. John McKlnnry were in Graham Sunday. Frown, utarke: Fla. County Aa ) i
i';: I a . e e a e Saturday.A Edward Norman and son, Her Atty. for :PIt. 1-24 4t 81iv Oeorflo.%' No.-410 East (2nd St., Savannah, Order In Telegraph next tour shall weekly publish Issue this*. John By CI.rk'elli..t C.said'Q..a e.n.,. ,.

large crowd attended the bert were In Tallahassee Thursday CIRCUIT You are required to appear on seal Witness at atarke my, hand and official tin.. Fla.J. lIeD4.e.. J/ ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts and Bradford County Singing Convention of last week.Remember COUNTY FLORIDA COURT BRADFORD IN CHAN .b. Florida, this 2nd Atty. (or Pit. ., ,
: ;il 1 Mrs. Chesley Fogg were in Starke I at the Christian Church CKHV. If,
I here Sunday school Sunday Dlrkee Morocco,. Plaintiff,
;I Saturday vs. Bloband
Sunday. A bountiful dinner was at Corinth Baptist Church Jj. Morocco, Defendant. Case
1 t\\ "\ Mr and Mrs. 3, N. Hess and served on the grounds. beginning at 10 o'clock a, m., No.. 5805..OHDER. OF w

I children of Hampton Lake were Leon Wynn returned home Saturday Everyone ia Invited, AND NOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPEAR ,
k .111 visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Mo from STATE OB" FLORIDA to: Richard
l'\\' Klnny Sunday afternoon. Tampa. IV CIRCUIT COURT nitADFOItn address Morocco u whose residence and !
I I, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Davis and COUNTY, FI.OMIUH CHANt Ton unknown. SHOOTING
; I Bill Thomas Is ill at this writ- 'EI&Y.Oeor..e are required to appear on
children, of Waldo, were visiting I Ti.' Wahl, February 24, 1947! In the above
th 1 his parents. MI'. and TtB. ._ NT.. ._ floe A. Wahl Defend Plaintiff nt. Case vs. Arts No r named plaintiff Court and cause, wherein
Davis, Saturday night. --- 6354.I County T..n._ seeks.__._ ..divorce.. ...._" _....Pradforc.. .. .

\ j ; ;1 DOUGHNUTS. I Mr. and Mrs Carl Broughtonand I AND unman NOTICE o** eutiLiiuAriuri TO APPEAR Order Witness- In,u next my four hand"Roo weekly and""""official 8n l"suea tn.e,

I/ children were visiting his STATE OF FLORIDA tot Adeline seal at Btarke, Florida: this Jan .
A. Wahl whose
/ : and ad. uary JJ 1947. EXHIBITION
brother. Willis Broughton recently.We N.dress Y.. let TO Hulbert Ave., Farlport, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. ,Thomas. i
As> Clerk of
are glad to know that Willis said Court.
4 You are required to appear on'' IIV Lucille C. Conner. D. C.
; ) Is improving following an accident February 14, 1947, 'In the abov Charles It. lift, 204-06 Realty
13il I Ii several weeks ago. named court and cause, whereinplalntll' Biilldlnir" Jacksonville, Florida ,
( seeks dlvorre. Bradford Atty. for PIt. 1-24 4t 1.14IN
i 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Andrews County Telegraph .hall publish this -
Order In next four ,
of weekly Issues.Witness
Starke were pests of her parents cincirrr COTHT. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wasdln.Rising mini I ..t Ptarka my, hand.Florida and, this offIcIal January .) CKHY COUNTY_, FLOHIMtl IV\DFonn CHAN- e; r and FIREARMS
22, 1947.OFFICIAL .
I'L.tIN OK SUGARED Woodrow. Iteepw Plaintiff, ..
-FUESII a S. e ( SEAL) A.I. Thomas, nertla W Keeps, Defendane. v
i DAILY AT- As Clerk of said Court. No. 6368.( Case
:' Hy Lucille C. Conner, P. C. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I' LAPPE BAKERY ('hR. R. Hess. 204- 6 Realty Bldg AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
't' Jiuksonvllla, Florida. STATE

:JI.t\ t\ I By MKS. EDDIE NORMAN Atty. tor Plf. 1-21: tt 2.14 .W... ,j...Re K:.!.'....pF."orlum_whose. FLORIDA, .residence to: Gertie lav.. DEMONSTRATIONSII
J lnvlt Mountain,
I _, .yl..._ I If .-. .. .-. .-. . .. IV: COUNTY CIBCITIT, FLOHIOAl COWIIT BRADFORD IN CIIA.V: North You Carolina.are required to

Robert Norman of Jacksonville CEHY.Vlnrenso. February 24, 1947, In the appear above on BY
S Oerbelll, Plaintiff, named court and ,
vs. cause wherein
,r1 df spent Saturday night here with Celeotlna Maria. Polls Oerbelll, De plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ,
his mother, Mrs. Maggie Norman. fendant. Case No. 6368. County Telegraph shall publish this
Order In
HAt ORDER OF next four weekly Issues.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones Witness my hand and
and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR official -
daughter, STATE seal atStsrke, Florida, this January 1 KEN BEEGLE
Carolyn, were guests OF FLORAto Mrs 23, 1947.
of his Celestlna Maria Polla Qerbelll, (OFFICIAL
brother-in-law and sister, whoso residence. and address., Ise: As Clerk of SEAL A.I.. Thomas,
All Mr. and Mrs Ernest Russ, in Tulrano Provlnca Savonc, Italy, By? Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
TimesSea Brooker Sunday. Ton are required to'appear on R. II. Duncan 617 Lynch
Among the February 24, 1147 In the above Jacksonville, Florida. ONE OF THE WORLD'S
Trout Red Bass guests of Mr. and named Court and cause, wherein Atty for Plf. 1.24 4t 214iv ta
Mrs. S. R. Clark Sunday plaintiff seek divorce Bradford
Pompano Sheep Head their son.lnIaw'and County Telegraph shall. publish this : CIRCUIT COURT- BRADFORD GREATEST MARKSMEN
daughter, Order
Innext four
weekly Issues COUNTY,
Mullet Croakers Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Gremahey of Witness my hand and official ('Ell Y. IN CHAN._

i ,Large Shrimp -Jacksonville- and Bidy and Bobby seal uary at 22..Starke 1947_ Florida. this JanOFFICIAL Frank Mary Witt.Fanees Witt, Plaintiff, vs. *' ,tr ;
--- Defendant. ap
iayior ana Eddy Weeks mum the ( &382. Case No. PRESENTED BY

Florida & r Green Cove Springs Navy Base. Aa Clerk of SEAL said) Court.A. J. Thomas, gEO.W PUBLICATION
Baltimore Luclle Brown of Heilbronn By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. STATE E- TO APPEAR .
was OF
T. Frank Landrum. Starke., FLORIDA to: Frank
Fla. Witt,
OYSTERSFresh the dinner guest of Miss Evelyn Atty. for Plf. 1-24 4t 2-14, Hay/ Street whose, Charleston residence la 821 East
4 Clark Sunday. Miss Clark returned Ina. South Caro-. REMINGTON ARMS
,O home with her to be aa IV: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD You are required to appear on ,
Dressed & Drawn overnight guest. CERY.COUNTY FLOltlUAl IN CHAN Feburary named Court 24, and 1947, In the above
Fryers & liens H. Clarke and Drew' Reddish Lee nisher Paid I Plaintiff. v*. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford wherein
were visitors KmpplB H. Paige, Defendant. Case County Telegraph shall publish this COMPANY :
St. Augustine No. 6180 Order In next. four weekly Issues. :T ;; INC. J
Witness :
Sunday. ORDER OF PUBLICATION my hand and official i ,
MagnoliaFish seal f
AND NOTICP] TO at Starke. Florida,
and Mrs. S. R Clark and STATE OF FLORIDA APPEAR to of January, 1947. this 22nd
family were visiting her mother, If. Paige' whose residence and Empple address (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Mrs Mary Brown, in Boatdraln You Is,are: MacBeth required, !South.! Carolina. lIy An Lucille Clerk of C.said Conner Court, D. C. .
to AT
Market Sunday< evening.Mr February JU, 1947, In the appear above on tine John, Fla J Henderson, Esq, St. Auorus-I THE SKEET CLUB
court and
and Mrs Edward cause, wherein ,
Norman Atty for Plf.
plaintiff seeks 1-24
divorce. 4t 2-14
{ PHONE 37 and son, Herbert Bradford
I were guests of Telegraph shall publish this '
{ + Mr. and Mrs. Jack Order, Ini next four weekly 1 Issues IN" CIRCUIT: COURT nnADFonn
Wynn '
in \Vltne..smy hRn,1 and (01))TV. FLUItlllll THURSDAY
seat at HtarKe, Flurlda'thl.'j 'n 3:30: P.M. '
uary 22. 1947 AlI'n..a Bchllewena: { Nelson, Plaintiff :
(OFFICIAL SEAL; A. JT. Thomas, VR. James Harry Nelson, Defendant,
As Clerk of said Court CaMe No B361.
Fly Lucille C. Conner D, C. ORDER OF PUBLICATION _
Samuel W. letsen, -
Gainesville, Fla.I
1; f yflh1 Atty. for Pit. 1.24 4t 1.14 ----

iv f
CIRCUIT CoUnT nitAi>ronn
,CouNTY FLOIllUAl IV: CIIA.V. ... '
CI3HY. ,
Marjorie LaacnlA Plaintiff, "
vs. Holixml -
Laacola, Defendant. Case No. 2 b
5351. FOR 194 .
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AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR Th 1917 Oldsmobile
STATE comes to la
OF you
1 Lascola,, FLORIDA to Roland bright. new colors
1 1 whose resldenca and ad- 1 1 with ,moothlv flowing
dress Is: 2512 Faugar. J lines
Street, New, and
Orleans La. tastefully tailored interior!
You are required to
4 February 24, 1947. In' appear the above on .
named court and cause, wherein / !'<::'
I plaintiff seeks 111
divorce and /
custody Z)
WONDEaS of children Bradford County Tele ,
graph shall publish this .
'! 1US10N51 order In
LLiNG 1 next tour weekly Issues. "
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or the mere
tightening of
7:30 P. M -- Adm. 60c a bolt you can"be
& $1.20, Inc. Tax sure your
bicycle will receive prompt and
I Sponsored Uy Starke Chamber of CommerceAll careful attention here.

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